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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 20, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL IX NO. 121. PENSACOLA, ,FLORIDA. SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1906. PRICE 5 (; :\\t,




( SOUTHERN: CHURCHES IN, ENGLISH WOMEN DEMAND I BOARD, OF HEALTH IS '!.,%', .




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Sorth 0 h Texas Methodist Conference I Sanitary Measures.Must' t Be Comtf
SIMPLON TUNNEL DEPUTY
MARSHAL
Called *
FAIRBANKS Delegation on Premier WASHINGTONCO. '
e Opposed to Revision of ** FINALLY OPENED Big SHOT BY NEGRO plied p With i in Every -- ff: J !
---- But With '
Articles r< of Faith.URESY By Associated Press Bannerman By Associated Press '* f

Dcmodossola, Italy, :May 19. n IN ATLANTA Poor Success. RETURNSParkhill Valdosta, Ga., May 19.-DepOf & Detail.SEVERAL .}
r HIhe Simplontunnel :: ; I
was inaugurated uty Marshal Mack Dee was shot *
today' ,by King Victor m and killed at Lenox, Ga., this #
CHARGES Emmanuel.. The, royal train '$ &; afternoon by a negro whom he 3-

.*Hf miles passed of through tunnel drawn the twelve by a 'i'$ Congratulates South Upon Great, Refused to Pledge Government to I I Runs Way Ahead of the ..STO by a posse $$ ARRESTS iJtJ-1i

X- steam engine as the electric mai I which was trying to catch him. :;
DfCaMIofFtWcrth.WillBe! l tors are not yet ready. At Bri.P. Progress Made in Past t Support of Cause._ Ticket-Bryan Defeated for The negro was a desperate "J >

que the king was received by % character and it is believed & Charges Have Been Filed Against \ t t

Tried the president of the Swiss ret Twenty Years.By Legislature.Special killed two negroes at Fifton. .... ,
by Presbyterian public. The tunnel cost fifteen REPLY GREETED WITH GROANS i .two weeks a'go. For this crime Alleged Viol signs. ,;: ::1.| | 1 1-

million dollars and seven years Deputy Dee was trying to ar- # ,.
was required to build it. 0 AND HISSES-BIG GATHERING to The Journal. rest him.Secretary g -.T: t
Associated Press Chipley Fla., :May 19.-Official re :" "
SESSION MARKED BY CONSIDER. $ J 0 *
Atlanta, May 19., Vice Presidentand OF SUFFRAGISTS' FINALLY turns from the primary election in H MI i HOUSE TO HOUSE INSPECTIONS' f. /.t}

ATION OF CHURCH AND CHRIS. Washington county Lamar 313, "'
Mrs. Fairbanks twelve gives
spent
ADOPTED RESOLUTION THANK.I AIRIE BEING MADE AND WILL BS ,'' i.f ( .
122 125 Parkhill
Clarke
Stephens ,
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hours here to-day, returning from Birmingham **'; .' .
TIAN EDUCATION STRONG ING PREMIER FOR SYMPATHYAND ..232, Whitfield 213; Appleyard HI, Bai-i CONTINUED UNTIL COMPLETED ;.' '.
] to Washington. Numerous: i ley 191, BUtch 1S8, Burr 171. For rep.' -0. "
OVERTURES AGAINST CHAR. BANK PRESIDENT[ [ entertainments were tendered the distinguished URGING DEBATE BY PAR-: resentative, Bryant 160, Lassiter 258. MEXICO[ Will -THE CITY NEVER IN MOltS ?. ,'

couple, concluding with a I t.
LOTTE AGREEMENT' RELATIVE I LIAMENT.By I 'WEALTH FUL CONDITJON t ,: i 1,!} t tRORTANCE
I banquet to-night to the' vice preskfeat, ".< r
TO DIVORCE DES FOREST FIRES IN :
MOINES attended by fifty distinguished citi OF QUESTION. i H

CONFERENCE. ENTERTAINED. I C COMMITS zens.Mr.: Fairbanks mad an address Associated Press. NORTH MICHIGANONE N NOT T TOLERATE[ T[ ,, .:'i..S.\ 'r_

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commenting on the growth of the I London, May 19.-Escorted; by forty The health authorities of Pens*) <. f;;; 1 t

By Associated Press. south in the twenty years since his I members of parliament, nearly four I cola, through the city pbysrtcian and i! ,: :. *, i '

rmingham, May 19.-Protest was' last visit and congratulated the hundred women suffragists today Interviewed -i ONE HUNDRED SQUARE MILES sanitary inspectors under him, are! :".: ',f : <

fi'f.'! ::1! with the general conference of SUICIDEIrwin [ country sectional that lines there or feeling were to no mark longer the|, Premier Campbell-Banner-.I SWEPT CLEAN AND THOUS. POACHINC enforcing the rules In Reference to. %' ". ['t :

Southern Methodist church todayb differeice! between north and south.|i. man, presenting claims that women be sanitary measures, according to alit\ ;;,

W E. Williams, of the north The party left for Washington tonight allowed to vote. Only eight women 'ANDS RENDERED HOME. official documents. :';' :
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Texas conference,. liberally signed minutes, LESS. An examinatIon of the police coartt f .; .-

against a motion of the conference Tucker of Newport News '.. Root Wires that the. docket was made yesterday and tha{ ,' '
appointing a commission to revise the REFUSED TO PASSANTIGRAFT expressed sympathy ,with the petitioners figures show that charges of all cha? ,""f

articles of faith. A committee was; Killed Himself to Escape but asked them to ,be patient un- By Associated Press Foreign Government is acters have been filed against sel; | -. 't. -t.f .

named to reply to the protest. BILL til the government became more UnIt- Milwaukee, May 19.-Forest fires in violators of the ordinances governing 1 l'|

A strong rssolut'on: was adopted Arrest for Theft. ed on the subject He refused to I northern Michigan have almost swept Apprehensive, health and sanitary questions. Pa/ ;,:

against the sale of intoxicating pledge the government to the support,;, clean an area of one hundred square sons have been arrested and convict, :.. *
: m'.les.: (Only three lives are reportellost ed for failing to clean their premises : ;
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liquors by government employees or BUCKED BECAUSE CONFEREES of the cause, but said he believed it' .
far. It is impossible to tell REPORT
so THAT FISHING SMACKS
By Associated Press. I allowing weeds to grow over 1S\\ .. .
OL places! under government control. ''would not be many years before a1 now what the property loss will be. .
Norfolk, Va. May 19.-Irwin Tucker .RECOMMENDED; THAT CON. /STARTED/ \ : WORRIES DIAZ inches, and the latest charge Is thai ;
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;Copies of the resolution were orderedsent I change wculd be brought about. 'Thel Six thousand people are believed to "
of the Bank of Newport against John Logan, who it is allege '. t
Savings
GRESSMEN BE INCLUDED be homeless, and six eight villages
or
to of
the president the senate I reply was 'greeted with hisses and, AND HIS COUNTRYMEN AND *
News, committed suicide in his room j have been wiped out. has allowed wiggletails on his preny : ,
inj speaker of the national house. M SCOPE. groans. The women then marched toj Ises. ." i
The committee on education was in Newport News today, just as Chiefof I 1'| Reports indicate that the fire is dying MAKES' THEM ISSUE WARNING -' {
the foreign office. out in many places, and the larger Iti Is understood that it is the intention i I
named, headem' by Bishop Galloway Police Reynolds opened, the door "Later in the day the deputation reported towns are out of danger. THROUGH' AMERICAN AMBASSADOR of City Physician Perpont and ;
uith Atkins second to. arrest him on a warrant charging j
Bishop on (the
By Associated Press the result of the interview '
> i I -POACHING IS STRONGLY the sanitary inspectors to see that all ?
committee. The committee the defalcation of $10,000. Tucker Washington! May 19.-By vote of :
was also a of
with the premier to a great throng sanitary laws are enforced in a fear ;
WILL SUBDUE ,
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107 to 60, the house today refused topa.sg DENIED. .
named to arrange for the general heard Chief Reynolds asking for him fdlow" suffragists the Thames en- .
less and impartial manner. If a person '
the anti-graft bill, 'dealing' with, .
cont in 1910. and put bullet through his brain.
renc a loudtroaned ,
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cotton leaksandother matters ota bankment, who : dissat THE PULAJANES in authority or one who has ins ifiuen.tial.friends
The bank is closed .
Bishop Wilson heads savings pending
the committee
confidential nature which should they I isfaction. Labor leader James Han A message was received yesterday has violated the law ; >

on federation. investigation.A become public, mi'ght affect the mar-I die and a member ot parliament advised I from Secretary of State Elihu Root, it is stated that a warrant will be .

report says the shortage may kets, because the conferees recommended ; the women to actively oppose sworn out against the offender and
wherein< the well known cabinet o91-
PRESBYTERIANS OF THE reach $20,000 but the directors the! that members of congress be By Associated Press.
say
the the matter can be settled in the municipal -
all liberal candidates until
included within the scope of the bill..i I government i ( !ani1la, May 19.-The :Philippine cer states that the Mexican Government -
SOUTH AT GREENVILLE, amount has not been determined.I I conceded their demands. commission has authorized Governor is greatly concerned over the court. This is no more than i it .

Greenvil'e! S.-C.,' May 19.-The i Tucker sent a note to cashier Perkins -.. I lA resolution was ultimately adopt. Currey to begin a campaign with regular -report that fishing vessels have starting should be, ia the opinion of those who
I : this morning admitting a shortage ed thanking the premier for his sympathy troops for the absolute subjugation believe in a strict and impartial eu- '
General I I for :Mexican, waters. The message
of
assembly the Southern; in his accounts and said he would I. RAUSCHERCAPTURED and urging him to grant a day of the Pulajanes on the island forcement of all laws.Important .
Presbyterian church to-day received! commit suicide if any attempt was! during the present session when parliament of Samar. !Stubborn resistance is ex in full is as follows:

a number of complaints to be investigated made to arrest him. He was formerly shall debate the subject. pected. Washington: May 19th, 1906. Question. f' ,

by the assembly which were: postmaster at Newport News. Warren Fish Co., PensaooJa Fla. The enforcement of the sanitary
I
EIGHT SENTENCED TO SflX{ NEW CRUISERSFOR '
referred to the judiciary committee.: i Department has been informed by ordinances is an important question
Special to The Journal. DEATH FOR MUR1IEoQI GERMAN NAVY .
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v-rai of thes involved Texas 'Pres-. QUIET DAY IN Jacksonville, May 19.-Thomas'I our ambassador: to Mexico' that Mexican and means much to any city. Cleanliness .

bjtenanism. The case of Dr. W. E.Caidwell Rauscher, who escaped from the state' By Associated Press By Associated Press government is concerned over the extermination of the :nos- !

of Fort Worth, on chargesof ALL THE COURTS prison, was captured here tonight and II'Riga Russia, May 10.-The court Berlin, Slay 19.-The Reichstag report that other fishing vessels are quito, the Btegomya an d every other: ,
heresy, will come before the as- taken to Ocala. He is serving a five here today sentenced e/ght' passed without debate on final read starting for Mexican waters. Embassy species is a vital ma.Uer.1"b.. can
year sentence for forgery committedin i workmen to death for the murder of Ii ing the naval bill providing for sixnew only be accomplished by the extermination ,"
embly for trial next week. cruisers. suggests that fishing companies be ;
Pensacola.
I armored '
three pol'cemen. > I '
To-day's session was marked by Little business other than the trial I warned to avoid Mexican territory aa of the breeding places, such

the consideration of church and of misdemeanor cases occupied the attention I I that government will not .tolerate as stagnant water ponds and the cut.

Christian education which it is pur- of Judge Beggs in the criminal poaching within their waetrs. ting down of weeds and the strict adhe -

s'a;j' to place with the missionary I II court yesterday.It JU ;rI ELIHU ROOT.No ranee to lawn pertaining to the subject ., .

tepartments as special branches of is expected that the coming week Alp O _-. Need For Alarm. This I is the opinion of medical r '
church I will witness the close of the term of S3y men, who have made the question a
work. It Is
expected an exe- the criminal tribunal. 1 SANO I The local fish companies, owning 1-
cutive >h It r study and as the health ordinances '..<
committee with
a secretaryill Suit Filed. X0)3 ;t ffI smacks state that there is no need provide for such rules and' regulations \" -

be appointed over this work.A % the circuit court yesterday the F I for apprehension on the part of the it is the duty of the inspectors ana: ,' '.
strong overture was received Cedar Creek M. Company instituted I city physician to see that the law Ii \1
from: the Tuscaloosa presbytery suit; for $1.500 replevin damages I Mexican government It is stated carried out. ]:"f
against the Ferry Pass Inspectors and II that no poaching has ever been dons, House Inspections. ,*,
against receiving the articles of _
Shippers Association. I and that there is no idea of commencing f
_
agreement adopted at the Charlotte, Municipal Court. A: house to house inspection has
I the thing now especially In, been inaugurated for the purpose ot J
X. c conference last March, coverIng Jud'ge Laney in the municipal court
view of the recent seizure of. ascertaining that all rooms are in a 4" 3
the attitude of the church on the again stamped his seal of disapproval f
sanitary condition and that no contagious -
on fast and reckless driving. Robert smacks by the Mexican governmentIt I
divorce
question. This was referred I diseases are in the housE.I I
Parker was before the court, charged JUST fMI wilt be remembered that not.
t to a special committee, including one '" Some people dislike to have their
INYtST1
member' from each synod. with such an offense and was fined EM.. A7E'N many weeks ago fishing smacks the i bomes examined by. strange men, but
$25 and costs. Other cases of drunks KNOCK EM""s property of the Warren Fish Com! when the residents stop to consider
The night session of the general assembly a
and downs and conduct
disorderly
TAINTED! pany and Galveston and Mobile parties I I the importance of the matter from a "
was dieted to the interests were heard and nominal fines assess. health standpoint their objectionsare
I MONEY: were seized with the crews of each
or Sunday schools. Able addresses ed. readily overcome. It is understood
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I -, 'HI I inhuman
J vessel. The hardships and i
Were made by Rev. William ...legginwn Marriage Licenses. a. kIWI' that the examinations now being
The licenses treatment to which the captains and
I following marriage conducted will be continued until
Rev. R .E. L. Porter and Rev. A.
C. Brown.A were issued during the week by County crews of each vessel were treated every house vacant and occupied together '
Judge Bellinger: I I with the premises of each
number of the ministers will fiUPUj I has already been told in th se
have been
Whites-John Norris and Stella thoroughly examined.
!>its In neighboring towns tomorrow colums.
Fisher Morris Jennie During the month of
Creighton and April report;
.
Jernigan, Richard Houston and MayE. May Be International.In I show that over 6,000 examinations

DES Jackson. Bartley Tucker and Ida view of the contention maofe i by were made and that over 1.000 notices .
MOINES ASSEMBLY Wig'gins, William Prentis and Lavina ) the Mexican government the fishing to clean premises and place the same
ADJOURN TO MONDAY, in sanitary condition issued
a were
Escoubas. j I far fishing outside of,
as as
question .
I 'Colored Henry Dawson and May'Ii 1i by the inspectors. The statistics for
Des. Moines, May 19.-The commis-! Akers, Nathaniel S. Newbold and Har-1 i i or, within certain boundaries is con May have not been compiled1, inasmuch
don! rs on the general assembly of riet Collar, John Foster and Sallie:', cerned may become an international as the month is only a little I
the
Presbyterian church were Robinson Charles Thomas and Mattie question. International law is. according -more than half completed.Will .

talned at Fort Des Moines enter.j Campbell, Alfred Peoples and Annie to legal authority interwovenin be Sanitary. | .
a ant review of a regiment: by Coleman, Doc Smith and Clara Williams I the controversy, and it Is firmly Mayor Bliss states that Pensacola i

General Miles. :''i John Jackson and Mary Williams :r 1w1T.w. k predicted that the custom which bas, is a sanitary city in all that the name I
After a short session: adjournment I
generally been accepted, that is the
Health conditions
Eliza! Haw. implies. were
Robert Holley and tti
\3 taken unt'l'! Monday, as no come J of country in waters
jurisdiction one
lttee kins, Will Bartley and Annie Turner. never better than at present and it Is
ElOn reports wre ready for submis- ri terminates one league from shore or the Intention of the Board of Healthto
Eight Hour- -'Day.- three miles will govern and settle the Improve conditions instead of let

Mexican contention.UNITED ting things retrograde. If the enforce -
,
MRS W. S. workers of this
sheet
WISE INJUREDIN The metal city
1 i raent and execution of laws tending ;
RUNAWAY ON BROADWAYThe are very enthusiastic over the fact STATES HAS I to improve sanitary conditions will do i|
that the local employers have agreedto the work.

numerous friends of Mrs. W. S. accept the eight..hour rule,,'and beginning NO GROUND! FOR PROTEST :.

,,lse. wife-of Rear Admiral Wise, of with tomorrow" it issaid, the SANTA ROSA LUMBER CO'S. i
![e totted States Navy will regret to eight hour day will go;Jnto effect. The I i .uGAXart- By Associated Press i PLANT AND LAND SOLD : i

'learn that she was" Injured in a run. metal workers of Pensacola are not Washington, :May 19.Advices received -; -
**:ain New York city recently. Mrs. organized because of the fact that here to the effect' that Pensa- An important deal was closed last ,
rise and Mrs. J. B. Coghlan, wife of there are not ,enough of them here to cola, Mobile and Galveston companiesare week by which tbs plant of the San. :
near Admiral Coghlan, were driving organize, but it Is alleged that the em- fitting out vessels to fish in gulf ta Rosa Lumber Company and about
0:1: Broadway, when In some manner ployers agreed voluntarily to ,recognize 1 waters have caused disquiet owing to 4,000 acres of land came into the po- ,
the anima] hitched to the vehicle Inthich the eight.hour'schedule.. C! the intention of the Mexican governmjnt sesslon of Messrs. S. B. :Milligan. J. ..
to seize every vessel fishing M. Gillis and D. A. McLean. The .
they; ere seated became ins -- \ ; I
"dated and'became uncontrollable. Delegate Appointed.! HOI I Ho 4 I found In Mexican waters.! As tne consideration was In the neighborhood
>! for United States has no treaty with of $12,000. Mr. McLean, who was
19.-Tlbe .president 'f.
e the May -
frightened horse stopPed Washington, ;
was
Mrs Wise had been thrown from 'has appointed Andrew\ J. Montague K. t W< MQ .. ++ ._ .. --, "KEEN SUDDENLY HE 'IS- SZU. G-"S "ATTltETfti'CTS' Mexico granting the right to fish in formerly with the Scotch Manirfactur-
Co. will be of the plant '
the 'D"w'M': I Mexican waters there is no grounifor : ing ; manager
Chicle. The injuries sustained of Virginia, delegate;to the con.ferenee MICLiOBE"-' protest on the part of the state Many Improvements are contemplated
We painful, are not considered seri \merlcan'states at Rio de in the seizure by the new owners.'a
department cass
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VOL. IX NO. 121. PENSACOLA, ,FLORIDA.. SUNDAY MORNING. MAY ,20, 1906. PRICE 5 J i'i :



( SOUTHERN: CHURCHES IN ENGLISH WOMEN DEMAND BOARD OF HEALTH IS f .f s ;:: .




GENERAL CONFERENCE_. THE RIGHT OF SUFFRAGEAIRBANKS ENFORCING ORDINANU I Hl.;'

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North t h Texas Methodist Confer" IBig a, Sanitary Measures.Must Be Com- :.V j t]:!! .
SIMPLON TUNNEL % ? I Delegation Called on Premier WASHINGTONCO. DEPUTY MARSHAL ,

ante Opposed t to Revision of ** FINALLY----' OPENED ** Bannerman But With ** SHOT-BY NEGRO *% plied With in Every ,: 't:1 1 ',

> By Associated Press By Associated Press '% a
Articles of Faith.HERESY ;; i'!
Detail ;
&I Dcmodossola, Italy, May 19. IN ATLANTA# Poor Success. RETURNSParkhill Valdosta, Ga.? May 19.-Depg t i' ',!
& The Simplon.tunnel was inaug- : is uty Marshal] Mack Dee was shot if 5, f. ; .
& mated today .by King Victor S and killed at Lenox, Ga., this Hfc I i

CHARGES Emmanuel. The, royal train afternoon by a negro whom he # SEVERAL ARRESTS f : n
% passed through the twelve Refused Government was trying to arrest. The negro $ : ; I
South Great, to Pledge to Runs Ahead of the
miles of tunnel drawn by a Congratulates Upon Way was killed later by a posse ?' r: J !
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steam engine as the electric mob which was trying to catch him. # :U t .
tors are not yet ready. At Brir Progress Made in Past Support of Cause. Ticket..B an Defeated for & The negro was a desperate fc ': ;
Dr. Caldwell! of Ft. Werth. Will Be que the king was received by character and it is believed *I ..Charges Have Been Filed Against ".: b 1 f .

the president of the Swiss re- Twenty Years Legislature.Special & killed two negroes at Fifton # .. ''I
Tried by Presbyterian public. The tunnel'cost'fifteen # REPLY GREETED WITH GROANS I two weeks a'go. For this crime Alleged Yiolaters. .

million dollars and seven years # Deputy Dee was trying to arH x H t .
AND HISSES-BIG GATHERINGOF I to The Journal.
required to build it. > rest him. % .
was By Associated Press Chipley, Fla., 'May 19.-Official returns 4. n
SESSION MARKED BY CONSIDER. I Atlanta May 19., Vice Presidentand SUFFRAGISTS FINALLYADOPTED I from the primary election in I H-'t-'Ifl HHH HOUSE TO HOUSE. INSPECTIONS ]ar:t .i !',

ATION OF CHURCH AND CHRISTIAN Mrs. Fairbanks spent twelve RESOLUTION THANK Washington county gives Lamar 313 ARE BEING MADE AND WILL BB ..2_ : .
Birmingham Stephens 122; Clarke 125, Parkhill :
hours here to-day returning from
EDUCATION STRONG ING PREMIER FOR SYMPATHYAND ?32, Whitfield 213; Appleyard 141, Bailey i! CONTINUED) UNTIL COMPLETED ;.
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to Washington. Numerous: 191. Witch 1SS, Burr 171. For representative "'(' .

OVERTURES AGAINST CHAR 8 BANK r PRESIDENTCOMMITS E entertainments were tendered the with dis- URGING DEBATE BY PAR Bryant 160, Lassiter 258. MEXICO Will THE: CITY NEVER JN MORE *'! >, 't

LOTTE AGREEMENT RELATIVETO : tinguished couple concluding a LIAMENT.By ''HEALTHFUL' CONDITION-..Iffy ". :i f
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anquet to-night to the' vice president, ; '
DIVORCE DES MOiNES attended by fifty distinguished citi FOREST FIRES IN PORTANCE. OF QUESTION. :

CONFERENCE ENTERTAINED. C N NOT T T TQL1TESecretary l[ ;5t;.
zens.Mr.: Fairbanks mada an address Associated .Press. I NORTH MICHIGAN ;*. ,_\ \I
commenting on the growth of the I London, May 19.-Escorted by forty The health authorities of Fossa) .: :' :

By Associated Press. : south in the twenty years since his' members of parliament nearly four cola, through the city physician andt i ;;.. : :,

19.-Protest 1 last visit and congratulated the hundred women suffragists today interviewed ONE HUNDRED SQUARE MILES sanitary inspectors under: him, are! ,;< .' .
Ermmgham May was
SUICIDE country that there were no longer, Premier Campbell-Banner- r POACHINC enforcing the rules In Reference to: *
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filed l with the general conference of sectional lines or feeling to mark the SWEPT CLEAN AND THOUSANDS \.
th- Southern Methodist church today differeice between north and south.| man presenting claims that women be sanitary measures, according to ali\ ..e .'

bjV.. E. Williams of the north The party left for Washington to-': allowed! to vote. Only eight women RENDERED HOME- official documents. ,t.-' ;

Texas conference,. liberally signed night.R&USD. were allowed to speak and five min LESS. An examination of the police court .;; .,

against a motion of the conference Irwin Tucker of Newport News utes was allowed each. The premier -,' Root Wires that the, docket was made yesterday and thej{ -.-.j

appointing: a commission to revise the p TO PASSANTIGRAFT expressed sympathy with the petitioners i figures show that charges of all chaxi T .*

articles of faith. A committee was Killed Himself to Escape but asked them to be patient until By Associated Press I Foreign Government is acters have been filed against all-escj, "t.- |'i h;f
violators of the orofinsnces *
pained! to reply to the protest. BILL I the government became more unit:I '}'IilW'aukeeIay:: 19.-Forest fires in' governing "'.. ,
Pan/
A strong rssohiton! : was adopted Arrest for Theft. ed on the subject He refused to I, northern Michigan: hate almost swept!! Apprehensiye. health and sanitary questions. :. : .
clean an area of one hundred square sons have been arrested and convict, .:
the sale of intoxicating pledge the government to the supportof
'
against ra'.les.: (Only three lives are reporteli ed for failing to clean their premises T 4.
Imuors by government employees or BUCKED BECAUSE CONFEREES the cause, but said he believed it ] .
tell
By Associated Press. i i lost so far. It is impossible to REPORT THAT FISHING SMACKS allowing weeds to grow over II* :
IL places! under government control 'Would not be many years before a. now what the property loss will be. I inches ..
latest :
ana the charge Is that .
Norfolk Va. May 19.-Irwin Tucker RECOMMENDED: THAT CONGRESSMEN /STARTED WORRIES DIAZ
;Copies of the resolution were ordered change would be brought about. The i Six thousand people are believed to against John Logan, who It is '

tent to the president of the senate i of the Savings Bank of Newport BE INCLUDEDIN reply was 'greeted with hisses and I be homeless: and six or eight Villages!I II AND HIS COUNTRYMEN AND has allowed wiggletails his allege ,-
News committed suicide in his room j have been wiped out. on prenv ; i
IUd speaker of the national house. i SCOPE. groans. The women' then marched to.I ises. ': ;
that the fire is dy-
Reports- indicate MAKES THEM ISSUE WARNING .
in News today Chiefof j I f
just as
Newport
The committea on education was! the foreign office. I ing out in many places, and the larger It is understood that it Is the in. '

named headed by Bishop Galloway,I Police Reynolds opened, the door Later in the day the deputation reported I towns are out of danger. THROUGH' AMERICAN AMBASSADOR -tention of City Physician Perpont and ', I fk

tuth Bishop Atkins second on t tJieiommUtee to- arrest. him on a warrant charging I By Associated Press the result of the interview -POACHING IS STRONGLY the sanitary inspectors to see that all '

The committee also the defalcation of $10,000. Tucker \Washington, May .-By a vote of -
was ot
laws
enforced
with the premier to a great throng sanitary are ta a fe.v-
107 to 60, the house today refused to WILL SUBDUE DENIED.A .
for him C
heard Chief Reynolds asking
to for the
named arrange general I fellow suffragists the Taames ea- less and impartial manner. If a person ,
the anti-graft bill, dealingwith
convenes !In 1910. and put a bullet through his brain. pass cotton leaksandother matters cf-a t bankment who Joudt/'froaned dlssat- THE PULAJANESBy in authority or one who has In- < I
Bishop Wilson heads the committee The savingscank' is closed pending fiuential friends has violated the law '
confidential: nature which, should they| isfaction. Labor leader James HarI message was received yesterday ,
on federation. : investigation.A "become public might affect the mar I die and a member of parliament advised from Secretary of State Elihu Root, it is stated that a warrant will be I
-- report says the shortage may kets because the conferees recommended out the
the women to actively oppose I Associated Press. wherein the well known cabinet o- sworn against offender and
PRESBYTERIANS OF THE reach $20,000 but the directors the that members of congress be By matter
say the can be settled in the
the municipal
included within the scope of the bill I all liberal candidates until gov- ''Manilla, May 19.-The Philippine I cer states that the Mexican: Govern
SOUTH AT GREENVILLE amount has not been determined. 1 court. This is no more than I it
I i ernment conceded their demands. I commission has authorized Governor ment is greatly concerned over the
Tucker sent a note to cashier Perkins should be, in, the opinion of those who
Greenvil'e! lA resolution was ultimately adopt- Currey to begin a campaign with regular report that fishing vessels have start ,
S : 19.-The'
C. May : this morning admitting a short- I! ed thanking the premier for his sympathy troops for the absolute subjugation waters. believe! in a strict and impartial en-
I ing for Mexican The mes
General assembly of the Southern age in his accounts and said he would RAUSCHERCAPTURED !| and urging him to grant a day of the Pulajanes on the island forcement of all laws.Important .
Presbyterian church to-day receiveda commit suicide if any attempt was I during the present session when parliament of Samar. !Stubborn resistance is ex sage in full is as follows:
Question.
number of complaints to be inves- made to arrest him. He was formerly shall debate the subject. pected. Washington, :May 19th, 1908.

gaied: by the assembly which were postmaster at Newport News. I Warren Fish Co., PensaooJa Fla. The enforcement of the sanitary
EIGHT SENTENCED TO six NEW CRUISERSFOR + has been informed by ordinances is an Important question
referred
to the judiciary committee.; Department
Special to The Journal. j DEATH FOR MUP.ISq: GERMAN NAVY.
*e'rai of then involved Texas 'Presbuerianism. 'QUIET DAY IN Jacksonville May 19.-Thomas our ambassador to Mexico that Mexican and means much to any city. Clean -

The case of Dr. W. E. Rauscher, who escaped from the state;i By Associated Press. By Associated Press government is concerned l over liness, the extermination of the :.nos-

Caldwell of Fort Worth, on charges: ALL THE COURTSLittle prison was captured here tonight and.I Riga, Russia, May 1!?. The court Berlin, May .The Reichstag report that other fishing vessels are quito, the etegomyia an d every other
to Ocala. is : without debate on final reading species is a vital matter. .
of heresy, will come before the asembly taken He serving a five martial here today sentenced eight passed starting for Mexican waters. Embassy : This can ,
: for trial next week. year sentence for forgery committedin ; workmen to death for the murder ofi the naval bill providing for six suggests that fishing companies be only be accomplished by the extermination

T,,-dar's session was marked by business other than the trial Pensacola.! i three pol'cemen. new armored cruisers. warned to avoid :Mexican territory as of the breeding places, such

!the consideration of church and cf misdemeanor cases occupied the attention I I I that government will not .tolerate: as stagnant water ponds and the cut

Christian education which it is pur- of Judge Beggs In the criminal poaching within their waetrs. l ting down of weeds and the strict ad-

court yesterday.It ELIHU ROOT.No herance to laws pertaining to the subject .. '
pos' to place with the missionary I >..rRvsr '
is expected that the coming:; week U Alp This is the opinion of medical
'Apartments as special branches of ? 0 Need For Alarm.
N.
I will witness the close of the term of y n itI men, who have made the question a
church! work. It is expected an exe-I SgNA J ..
tribunal I fish companies owning
the criminal. ,IC r The local study and as the health ordinances ; .
entire committee with a secretary Suit Filed. ROB $;tI smacks state that there is no need provide: for such rules and regulations '.

'Am! be appointed over this work.A % the circuit court yesterday the I I I for apprehension on the part of the I it is the duty of the inspectors ana: :
strong overture was received Cedar Creek M. Company Instituted I I city physician to see that the law fa
suit for damages Mexican government It is stated carried
from the Tuscaloosa prsbytery $1,500 replevin I I out.
against the Ferry Pass Inspectors and that no poaching has ever been don, House Inspections.A .
against: receiving the articles of
Shippers Association. I and that there is no idea of commencing : house to house inspection has
I
agreement adopted at the Charlotte
Municipal Court. the thing now especially In I been inaugurated for the purpose of ,
X C conference last March, cover- Judge Laney in the municipal court
view of the recent seizure of I ascertaining that all rooms are In a.
:!as ta, attitude of the church on the again stamped his seal of disapproval: g1' I I sanitary condition aDd that no contagious
the :Mexican: government.It
smacks by
h
fast and reckless driving. Robert
u\rce; question This was referred, on I i diseases are in the house '
K, a special committe, including one I Parker was before the court charged BUST fMJI'fV win be remembered that not .i Some people dislike to have their
II i with such an offense and was fined / 'EAVKNOCK TI ember: from each synod. I
$25 and costs. Other cases of drunks rnI17..... EM" property of the Warren Fish Com 'when the residents stop to consider ,
The night session of the general as-! and downs and. disorderly conduct : r4& TnlnTfDMCNYjiw. pany and Galveston and Mobile parties I the importance of the matter from a

fmoly! was devoted to the interests I were heard and nominal fines assess with the of each health standpoint, their objectionsare
were seized crews
I
OT! Sundaj! schools. Able addresses I ed. 1cl readily overcome. It is under
I! 1 Hi! : vessel. The hardships and inhuman
Marriage Licenses. I stood that the examinations now being
vi* made Rev. William Jegglnwn -! 1(1 I HI 1.
by i
The following marriage licenses : treatment to which the captains and conducted will be continued until .
Rev. R .E. L. Porter and Rev. \1 were Issued during the week by County 4t crews of each vessel were treated" every house vacant and occupied, together
C.
Broun. Judge Bellinger: I I I I 1 has already been told in these with the premises of each
A number of the ministers will fill I Whites-John Norris and &ella I have been thoroughly examined.
ru'p'ts': in neighboring towns tomorrow colums. During the month of
Fisher Morris Creig ton and Jennie '" I April reports!
J / May Be International.In show that
Jernlgan Richard Houston and May +\ over 6,000 examinationswere
E. Jackson. Bartley Tucker and IdaWig'gins view of the contention mad by I made and that over 1,000 notices ,
DES MOINES ASSEMBLY ) to clean premises and place the
same
William Prentis and Lavina the Mexican government the fishing
ADJOURN TO MONDAY : Escoubas. |I I t tI question as far as fishing outside of, in a sanitary condition were Issuedby
the
,If 1 t inspectors. The statistics for
Colored-Henry Dawson and May'
Des Moines, May .The commis- Akers Nathaniel S. Newbold and HarJ!I f i ir or, within certain boundaries is con May have not been compilea1, inasmuch t
*!!.oa'rs on the general assembly of cerned may become an Internadonal as the month is only a little
net Collar John Foster and Sallle
tie Presbyterian church were enter- Robinson Charles Thomas and Mattie Ir question. International law is, according -more than half completed. 'wi!
k-ned at Fort Des Moines today by Campbell Alfred Peoples and Ann'eColeman to legal authority interwovenin Will be Sanitary. '
a review of regiment Lieutenant !! and It Is firmly 1.
a by Doc Smith and Clara Williams / e the controversy Mayor Bliss states that Pensacola : f.
General Miles. : John Jackson and Mary Wil1 r ( r t predicted that the custom which oas is a sanitary city in all that the name *
-fter a short sasson: adjournment'ta. I' 1 generally! been accepted that is the implies. Health conditions were
Robert Holley and Eliza Hawkins -
< 1akss q until! Monday, as no corn I liams.Will and Annie Turner. 1r jurisdiction of one country in waters never better than at present and it Is ;
a t'ee reports wire ready for snbmisW. Bartley terminates one league from shore or the Intention of the Board of Healthto

three miles will govern and settle the improve conditions Instead of let .: .
Eight Hour Day. Mexican' contention. ting things retrograde. If tie enforcercent i

HRS. W. S. WISE INJUREDIN The metal sheet workers of this city t I r and execution of laws tending i

RUNAWAY ON BROADWAY are very enthusiastic over the fact 4 UNITED STATES HAS to improve sanitary conditions will do j s '
have ,
that the local employers agreed the work.
THe numerous friends of Mrs. W. S. to accept the eight hour rule;and beginning NO GROUND FOR PROTEST ;I
\ tomorrow'' it is.said, the ROSA LUMBER GO'S. 1
Jise wife-of Rear Admiral Whet of with I it SANTA ;
-* 1'nlted States Navy will regret to eight hour day will go Jnto effect. The!I By Associated PresWashington PLANT AND LAND SOLD : t

Earn that shs was injured in a run.l"al metal workers of Pensacola are not d May 19.-.Advices received -
in New York city recently. Mrs. organized because of the fact that here to the effect that Pen a-r An important deal was closed last r
uSe and Mrs J. B. Coghlan. wife of there are not enough of them here to cola, Mobile and Galveston companies week by which tha plant of the Santa -
pear Admiral Coghlan driving organize but It Is alleged that the employers / are fitting out vessels to fish in gulf Rosa Lumber Company and about '.
*:> were agreed voluntarily to recognize waters have caused disquiet owing to 4,000 acres of land came Into the posession i
Broadway, when in some manner of Mesers. S. B. MUligan J. .;
ft-* the eight h urscheule., ., ,.xvKOI the intention of the Mexican govel"l'mnt ,
animal hitched to the vehicle in
to seize every vessel fishing M Gillis and D. A. McLean. The '
Uich
: tiey-vere' seated became lnj -- Appointed.! I lio I found In Mexican waters. As tne I consideration was In the nlghborhood ,f' '.

k j.u-aed and became uncontrollable. Delegate I' f-. United States has no treaty with of $12,000. Mr. McLean' who was ., : '
-
fore 19. The president .
the frightened horse was stop- Washln on, May Mexico granting the right to fish !In formerly with the Scotch Manufacturing .
Mrs. Wise had been thrown from has appointed Andrew: : J.. MOltal! Tte t W .M aCaZSS ....... .__.. TITHES' SUDDENLY HE IS' S'IUNG-"S1.' -:. ATTIfETRt'S'TS' Mexican waters there Is no gronnl Co.,.will be manager of the plant. i
t1e "ehl le. The injuries sustained gue 'of Virginia delegate to M1Q.-lOOE"-A.\D for protest on the part of the state Many Improvements are oootempkt-: '
-'le' painful! are not considered serf- ference of American states at Rio con'j< department in the case of seizure ed by the irew omen. -
_Janeiro No. :f SHOWS THE EFFECT OF THE. STI.\. -

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19ceach 9c yard
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se. HERE IS WHERE WE REACH THE CLIMAX IN VALUE GIVING copies of 50c, 75c and Si

e of colors to select patterns, a choice line of colors

.t wide the kind that TWO DAYS OF MAMMOTH SELLING. to select from. Special, 9c

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10 Yards of Dress Case after case of modern merchandise thrown on the market at an actual saving of fully 33 1"3 per cent and right here at the be' : Special Sale of F

gining of the season when prices should be at their very best This sale will attract immense attention and cause. the most. experienced CURTAIN POLES

for shoppers to stop ponder and ask how such a thing is possible. We bought them at a special price and we offer them to you in the same way..

Ginghams Always,giving you full value for your money and never misrepresenting a single article.even to make a sale. 8 cents each.

Remember two days of mammoth Selling, Monday and Tuesday. All out of town orders promptly filled same day receivd. 1000 Curtain Poles, complete

69 cents.
with fixtures, ready for use,

1 case of Dress Ginghams Special Sale of only 8 cents each. Cherry,
BIG REMNANT SALE Sale ofFine
worth 10 and 121-2c. the very Special Oak and Mahogany.

best of quality, here specialat MONDAY
Sheets and Pillow

10 yards for 69c. ;0I Consisting of India Lawns, Persian Lawns, Laces and Toilet Special Sale of

Embroideries at below cost Here is main

Special Sale ofSILK Oases.Monday chance to buy remnants. price. your SoapMonday Silk Shirt Waist Suits


;: Monday and Tuesday.
: and Tuesday Special Sale of Table Damask and Towels Monday and Tuesday. and Tuesday

Victor Silk Shirt Waist Suits;: ,,
Monday and Tuesday. 56-inch Red Table Damask, worth 35. Special, 24c.
made of fine Chiffon Taitaa
36-inch Black Taffeta Silk, 72x90 Ready Made Sheets, 72-inch Bleached Table Damask, worth $1.00 all linen.special Fine Art Soap, 3 cakes to a ,
box. 19c box.Supertar Silk. Colors Royal, Reseda,
Special a .
Chiffon finish, worth' $1.75. 149 cents. Special, 79c.72inch. .., Tan, Black and Gray. Strict!,,

Special, $1.49.27inch Bleached Table Damask beautiful designs Transparant Soap Tailor Made and positively the
81x90 Ready Made Sheets, worth S1.25. 98c. and
., Black Taffeta Silk Special for shampo general use value ofthe season.

Chiffon finish, worth $?.25. special 59 cents.42x36inch .- 10 dozen Towels Red and Blue Border all Pure Flax special 29 cents a box, these biggest

Special, 99c.20inch Linen, worth 35c. Special 24c each. are the best soap values ever Special $12.49.Remember .

Black Taffeta Silk, Pillow Cases Linen 10 dozen Granite Linen Towels full size Hemstitched offered in this cjty, Try a box. these suits sell

worth 75c. Special, 59c. finish, special 23c a pair. worth 40c. Special 25c each. You wil4ike! it. regularly for $20.00..

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T THEATRICALEnormous[ T I l outcome The How syndicate of the the Syndicate was existing the Grew.conditions.necessary: CONTRACTORS ASSOCIA AND TION.BUILDERS The -maximum--,- I temperature-r.:{ f_ yesterday """"" DURING r PAST T

was 86 degrees at 11 a. m. and the
recognized Men who could that the command supply the had capital to be Repairn'g and building of all descrip minimum 69 degrees at 5 a. m. ; ; Offers No Shelter For Disease i II

.
mad to conform more nearly to the tion. An up-to-date firm on an up-to- In his summary of the weather yesterday .

demand; and that if the business was I I date street Office 210 DeLuna St. Observer Reed said: | Germs or Microbes A
and "The lake region depression has YEAR ,
[ to to made successful it had to be Call see us.
had moved to Maine increasing in inten- .
The stage greatly
deteriorated safeguarded. and something had to be Jas M. Johnson, Manager. sity, although attended by no rain; It is built on the scientific principles of sanitation ghh; : :
Ifght flurries of slow were falling over free air -clr ulaUon.. So perfect in construction .Irnf! .: .
done to improve its conditions. A Reddenback
Asst.Manager. circulation that 'butter be in with o
upper Michigan. The pressure is low .1 may placed it UJ'
combination was formed by the ownersof '
.
Growth in Recent Years theatres in" much the same way as throughout the plateau region; the General Fire Loss Has Aggregated foods and not... become tainted. _\ :
combinations have been forced in light rains over the north Pacific 0
other linen of, business. The theatre NOW READY states have about, ended. There have
$200 Per and
Culminates in Capita City
Gigantic, owners entered into agreements, putting been showers from Kansas to Penn.I $14.to $35.00 i

their houses into the hands of<:n-. Sedan's Bath House sylvania, in Texas. 'Alabama and Flor. Losses .
Much More.
Combination.The I. trally located managers and engaging Everything first-class and ida.A' i t (New line Linoleums at 55-and 63'cents a square !ii : :
these managers to route the companies cool :high pressure area overliesthe ; Laid free. 4a
following interesting article for the circuits thus created. uptodate.terested Missouri valley having extended l The New'York Insurance Press con-! i
There number of circuits, and eastward into the lake region and !
relative to the enormous growth of the were a tains the following regarding the fire e
theatrical business appeared in a re also a. number of central bureaus, but, in the theatrical profession.We caused a fall in temperature. Temperatures losses in the United States :
cent issue of The Mobile Register; in general, the circuits were treated as are not out to antagonize the ac on the north Atlantic coast The destruction of property by fire J MARSTON o
The announcement of a threatrlcal one the object being to apportion thel'Ompanles tor. We merely find conditions confronting are still high, 78 degrees being observed -in the United States in normal years & QUINA 1
syndicate composed of Klaw & Er- so that no one ciucuit Us which must be met, and at mornin'g observation time is perhaps about $2 par capita. That!' *
laager, B. F. Kieth, E. F. Albee, Kohl should be overcrowded, yet each circuit *-we believe we are able to meet them in Boston. means between $150,000,000 and $160- 108/110 S, Palafox St Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla, /0N1011111101
& Castle, Morris Mayfield, and, pre- to obtain a certain number o successfully. We hope to crystalize "The high pressure area which is :00,000: annually. I'i
sumably, Stair and Havland with capital what was technically called "attrac- the business in 'general." advancing over the central valleys Is Estimates of the collars contributedto ............................11N/1001//0
timated at from thirty to fifty tions"This influencing the weather southward to the national ash heap for several i
million dollars, naturally calls atten- arrangement had immei ate effect Given up to Die. the gulf and fair weather with light years are these: In 1900, $161,000000 ,-
tion to the enormous growth of the in raising the standard of stage B. Spiegel 1204 N. Virginia St., variable winds may be expected to ; in 1901, $166,000,000; in 1902,'
theatrical business within the memory :performances. A company being assured Evansville Ind., writes: "For over continue over ,this! vicinity through $161,000,000; in 1903, $145,000,000; in
of theatre goers ,not yet of middle age. of a series of paying audiences, five years I was troubled with kidney i Sunday. 1904, (Baltimore conflagration) $229- you think of snow capped mountains and cool!, pure, bubbling
In recent years we have had syndi lasting through a season, its owner and .bladder affection's which causedme 000,000; in 1905, $165,000,000.
could reasonably' make the investment I brooks with the zest of Bohemian Hops added, when you
cates, controlling what are called circuits much pain and worry. I lost fles'a UNION OVERALLS AND JUMPERS i During the month of April, 1906, the
and, by reason of this control, fecessary to put it on the road in first and was all run down, and a year ago WORTH $1.00. WILL SELL property destroyed by the San Francisco drink A. B. C. BOHEMIAN BOTTLED BEER.
small
class
shape. Consequently,
dictating practically what shall be the had to abandon work entirely. I had MONDAY AT 70c. conflagration and other fire!> exceeded
form o: amusement presented to the cities, located at great distances from three of the best physicians who F. E. BRAWNER'S I: the total loss for the whole of
did
public, the metropolis, were offered many per. 1 1904.;< THE PURITY OF A. B. C. IS THE A. B. C. OF PURITY.
and I
good Store.
me
no was practically given Department
formances that in stage setting, costumes -
The history of dramatic performances up to die. Foley's Kidney Cure I i Accepting $2 per capita as a fair
may be divided roughly into clans of performers,etc.,closely was recommended and the first bottle MONDAY: WE WILL SELL ONE round figure of the annual fire loss we
four periods: !first, the period of theftrQlUng followed the in style the metropolis.of the original performances gave me great relief, and after takingthe CASE LA'DItS'' : VESTS, DAMAGEDIN are accustomed to in this combustible WHY WE/ CALL IT A.S.. O.if' .
players second, the period of country, curious results be arrivedat
; can
,
second bottle I was entirely cur TRANSiT( 2 PO'R' 5 CENTS
sufferers by this system were WALt
the stock companies; third the periodcf : The by inspecting the per capita losses,
ed. For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte. F. E.. BRAWNER'SDepartment
the private traveling companies; i the small, poorly equipped companies. Store. above thQ $2 average for the year R m.4'BIERS!
antf,, fourth, the period of syndicate.The They were barred because they could 1905, reported by the Committee on A.B.BOHEMIAN C ':N'\\. .' (
:not expect to meet the demand of the MONDAY WE WILL! SELL BOYS' of
Old Way. Statistics of the Rational Board :;
{public and their earnings would not: WASH PANTS lOc PER PAIRF. I. ;
Underwriters. /I:
Fire
In the first period, that covered along cover the great cost of traveling the E. BRAWNER'S Birmingham, Ala. burned than I r
,period of time, players, In groups long distances, For a considerable Department Store. more
$15 per capita last year. At the Bir-,
more or less numerous, wandered period the syndicate plan worked very "
mingh'am rate the country's loss; by
front town to town, performing In well;' until, in fact, the profits of the
would have exceeded $1.-
halls or extemporized theatres, or in syndicates became so )large as to attract ORPHAN HOMEBENEFIT fire in 1905 In the class with
tents, the performances ranging from ,.more capital Into the theatrical 140,000,000. same }
Birmingham was EaistSt.. Louis, Ill.,
mountebank shows to heavy tragedy.In business. Thus came competing eyn Council Bluffs, Iowa. Because we go to Bohemia every
and
Cedar Rapids Iowa, burnea1:' moro ant J obtain our supply of
came domesticated. Each town of iin.portanca circuits over all of the more profitable year
had its stock located than $40 per capita last year. If the
company from the best
territory Hops hop produc- -
rest of the country had kept pace the ;
.
constructed theatre
in a specially A
Change Impending.We
and performing a series of plays seem now to have reached a will unquestionably prove a ;t si. destruction would have exceeded $3- ing district of that little country j fl ,:

during the Beacon. The manager con.Inued point where another change is Impend- pleasing musical entertainment will 6 ; td' r r (40.000,000.East Liverpool Ohio, burned about which grows the finest qualityof
in one place for the season, and ing. The older syndicate men see or be given at Library Hall, Tuesday
$30() capita last year, equal to $2- hops in, all the world. We
his company underwent but little fear that the field is becoming 'oversupplied night, May 22, for the benefit of the ( per r ,
i
change.: When the season closed in again. There is nothing for, Pearl Eagan Home. The following 280.000,000 for the whole country.to go to Canada for the best
tne part of the country, the whole es will be rendered Cities burning from $5 $15 per '
the program
It, but to give the rivals a fight for :
capita, which would have produced Barky in all the world. '
.
tabllshment would move to another possession for'th cream of the busi- Program. grown
f part often at a considerable distance. ness; anti! this we take It Is what.the 1. March.. '"Yankia.na." E. Jl Fe!. : : t ; ? for the whole country from |2SO,000JCOO follow We use only the best materialin
t. .he needed variety in the. entertain- rew combination with immense capital ti:3.-orchestra.: r, to $1,140,000,000, are the I -
L 1\.eDt was afforded by the introduction means These:-managers will attempt i 2. Selection. Trince. of PUs ;' +y a' ; .: 8.g ing named, among others. Mobile! brewjngA.
of star performers who traveled from f Ala.; Montgomery, Ala.; Little Rock,
Gustav
to hold control of th* best Luders-orchestra. ; .
town to tqwn, playing leading parts in 3. r D 1i b I Ark.; Pensacola, Fia.; Columbus, Ga.;
houses, and :best companies and pre-- Song. "The Life of Love is Buta
series. for engagements lasting from sent only' the best attraction in the Day." Karl Komzah- Mrs, Brawn, t a ; ) a .a 'Evanston, Ill.; Indianapolis. Ind.; ; B C. BEERS J&e American Brewing Cs
one to three weeks, the local company best manner. One need not speculate er. Kansas City, Kas.; New Orleans, La.;, ST. LOt1uSr' .
glT1J1g the requisite support.; aq .to' the result with 'respect,to the 4. ., Tpna Poem. "Apple Blossoms.' Brockton. Mass.; Butte Mont.; Lincoln _
The Change Came. managers, but as to the public; it'can- Kathleen itobeitsOrchestra.. -'/ 1'JII1I Neb.; Concord; N. H.; Buffalo' .
:About 1860 a change set in, and not fail to receive abenefit., Mr. Albee 5. Song. "Good-iBye' Tosti. g eI or,IHIL f: N .Y,; Emira, N. Y.; Oswego, N. Y.; HE only Beer bottled EXCLUSIVLY at the Brewery :.
Utica, N. Y.; Portland, Ore.; Allentown -
companies' that had made successesfn expresses managerial. view of the Mrs. Forscheimer. Pa.; Johnstown, Pa.; Shamokin, St.,Louis. Therefore the only Beer whose PURITY on be
. Q Recitation.
. situation clearly, saying: TAout Italians.
the big cities began to visit neigh .
' boring towns and cities, generally "This is a matter wiich managers Owen Meredith.-Miss' Chaffee. 1i Pa.; Chatanooga, Tenn.; Knoxville,! absolutely GUARANTEED.
have been discussing them- arie I'i Trovatore. ., Tennn.; Nashville, Tenn.; El Paso,
headed by one or more star perform- among .
era. The new fashion displaced the selyM at intervals of years. It has 7. IVlolin Solo. "Liegerda" Carl) Texas, and large Waco number, Texas.In of other cities N, COLORING Distributer PEDSACOlABuilders'
a ,
simply assumed definite shape now. Boh'In.-Mr. :Max J. Heinberg. ,
eld In a very short time, and stock of ,
population 20,000
companies disappeared everywhere, We do not intend to wage war on any. 8. Song. "Merrily I Roam." Geo. 1.01',9THE having a; or more 1
in 1900 the fire loss largely exceeded
the traveling companies taking their body, but we do intend to protect our Schleiffarth.Mrs. Pebley. '
places' and playing'short engagements selves. There Is no reason why the 9. Waltz de Concert ve.Llnd". SIZE MARKon the whole.annual average for the country as ,.
often of not more than, one night, In combination should not prove valuableto I.\.. Holzmann.- +chestra. a

the towns visited. all owners of ;ea.tand all in- I 10. Song. "My Heart is Singing" an Emery or' Savoy Shirt means feel Very aggrieved likely! some because of these their fire places in- .........'!...T.........,.. ........,.....,..,..,..,..,..........,.. V..,........,........................&.................A........ .
This new method while entertainingthe I Gertrude SansSouei.Miss Went- accuracy of size to a hair's breadth. suranc premiums are high. *
prfblic with greater variety than worth. Supplies We have a full carload
; been offered 'before and providing 11. Novelette. "Dainty Dances. They are carefully made because their *
had -
MONDAY WE WILL SELL ONE of Careyfs Magnesia Flexible Cement Roofing ? : -
, IE a rule much more finished perform- All' Run DownIn Charlat BlakeOrchestra... makers have reputations to sustain CASE LADIES' VESTS, DAMAGEDIN I, { 1 :
Unlike most musical! affairs of this solutely waterproof and it '1
ances. had the drawback of attractinginto and cannot afford to make carelessly- TRANSIT((; 2 FOR 5 CENTS. !: fireproof. We can put l
the Aeld more companies than the spring-that is the condition of kind, the full orchestra will play the made Shirts. F, E. BR.AWNER'SDepartment or you can. Cheaper than shingles.
there was room for. A town that accompaniment for each musical
t could support a stock company for a thousands whose systems have not number, The orchestra Is. composer PRICE, $1.00 to $2.00. Store. ,, Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO-

s s+ season of ten or twelve weeks, was thrown off the impurities! accumulated as follows: I I.! .................... ...... ........ .. ........"... ..... .... ....
. Members of Orchestra.1st Live Oak Satisfied. I v. . '!-. :-:. ."'. \f-. .. .......... .........,.....'"'N-.........""....".......".'...'.'.'.'.''....'''.'.
f! called upon to tfve patronage to several during the winter blood humors that ---
White & Nix"OUTFITTERS Jacksonville, Pensacola,: .
a companies 'playing simultaneously are now causing pimples and other VloUn- lr. Max J. Hinberg. Tampa :
2nd Violin-Mr. Fred Fairchild. Key West and Maimi-and then eom.es Jr-
for as long a period, or perhaps :
,, longer The result was that not a few eruptions, loss .of appetite, dull headaches Violo-r-Mr. R. K. White. i Live Oak next in population among Order MaurICE

; of. these companies became bankrupt, and weak, tired feelings. Cornet-Mr. B." E. L. Cresap-Mrs.. the cities of the stat That is to COAL and WOOD
and the theatrical business, taken as a The medicine to take, according to Fairchild. Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back say that Live Oak Is the largest in- ,

rr ,whole, was full of uncertainty'both for the testimony of thousands annually, It Piano-Mrs. flinn r' terior city in all Florida.. That is tram tlxeConsumers'
the public and the companies. The Bass Mr. B. Fairchild. PHONE 790- what the'census figures publisher in Ice and Fuel Company.
' '.- public could not tell 'whether the engagement Hood's SarsaparillaIn The admission will be 50 cents and Next to New Brent Building to-day's Democrat tells us. Glory I 253
't r'- would be wet or whether, if and the entire proceeds will be donated enough-for the present Live Oak Office'-.Corner Chine and Tarragon. Phone

1 met, It would have merit The cornt liquid or tablet form. 100 Doses! (1. to the Home. 29 S. PALAFOX ST. tn Democrat. I I ,





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Rev. Crawford Jackson of Atlanta ..
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If jou're right onthe style Here Interest Movement' of Great. : will offer Bigger Bargains and Greater Inducements than ever _:' '. ;\; .


It will help you to get next :
Rev. Crawford: Jackson! of' AtlantaIs ThiswiIl: be the Chance of- Lifetime for those who EtI'
Some outing suits are not fit to la the city :in, the interest of the a are in 'a; position to take advantage :

Central Juvenile Protectory. The .

step Ours out will in.stand sun, wind, Water lifting Protectory south an of end wayward has in for'view,its boys proposes object, and the. to with up-try of the Hundreds of Tempting Bargains now on Sale. Come .f': H'A AMonday "t. !f "


and will be admired by the end raise funds to erect ten protec- ,

summer c'rl.!' tories, Alabama.in the states Missippi of Georgia, Louisiana, Florida Morning. Come Every Day Next Week. You will 1. !{ :

South Carolina! North Carolina, Virginia -
We have a new summer Col- Kentucky and Tennessee.

lar, it is called "Tycollar;" it sent Juvenile to penitentiaries criminals instead to be of associated being: never. get a better chance to Save Money. {t 't'

is a tie and sofe collar all in with hardened criminals, shouW 1 .<'.. '" :
be sent to a reformatory or (Protectoryis ."", ,{' :
one they are new, come see the idea of those seeking' to erect ---- : y.
the character of institutlions/in whip > i} :

mem. 23c ': Rev Jackson is interested. Embroideries and Laces Lawn and Linen Suits Pique and Linen Skirts. Extraordinary Monday K
Will Preach. ;, : t }

'" I Il o'clock Rev. Jacksonwill preach at the 11 From the Big Clean/up Sale $a.00 White Lawn Suits, trimmedin From the Big Clean'Up Sale. ,
services at the Palafox Methodist blind embroidery tucks, and Bargains : I
I church this morning and againat Embroideries and Laces hemstitched: sepirab'e sleeves. .$3.49 $1.69 White Pique or Linen Skirts, l.t

7:30 o'clock this evening when he $7.50 Fine White Lawn Sifts trimmed special . 1,1. 11 1.' .989 Picked Up in the Big Mill : :,
will discuss the subject in which he Cfl: pieces fine Embroidery Bead- .
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?i is so greatly interested. It is possible ings and Applique, actually lOc in blind embroidery! lace $2.25 White Linen Skirts, special $1.49 ..: < "
l J JCOTTRELL
I that union services will be held values, to in this sale, per and tucks, beautifully made, to $2.75 White Linen Skirts, nicely Clean 'Up Sale, 4 ::0' '

to-night, the Gadsden street Methodist yard. ._ .go. . .. .. .. .2c go at . . .. . .$4.95 strapped for. .. .. .. .... .$1.85 ; ," .-
and1 Presbyterian church uniting! $15.00 very fine White Mercerriz- Ladies' 50c Lace Lisle Hose, choice .r
with the Palafox church congrega- 15c to 25c values in Flouncings ed Suits, beautifully made and Extra special bargains in fine White patterns in black or wfolte!, to go : :,. 1pair

tion. and Ihsertings, to go at. 10o trimmed, special cut price. .$9.95 Linen Skirts,at $2.90, $4.90 $5.90 per for, .. .. .. ... ..35c : }t 1 1Men's.12c
$1.39 colored or white Duck Skirts,
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.: Reason forI nstitutions. 29c to 40c values in choicest stylesto special. . . .. .. .. .. .98c full seamless Socks togo : :''l '
I Following are some of the reasons go at? ? . .. 199 3 pair for.. ... ,. .. .", .. ...25o '. ::
Pensacola Fla. given by the Central Juvenile Protec: $5.00 Crash Panama, in gray, navy
- tory for the creation of the institu- 50c and 65c Flouncin'gs and Insert- Glean-up Sale of Silk Suits and black . .. .. .. .$3.69 Men's lOc White Handkerchiefs, I k.
DIAMONDSSomething tions under discussion: ings, choicest St. Gall Embroid- special each .. ,. .. ....7o r : .

Neat and Newln Them "Th3 first and quite sufficient rea- eries, for . .. .. ..289 $12.50 Taffeta Silk Suits, black Men's" 7c White Handkerchiefs, '. :.

W. A. 218 son is found in the fact that there 60 pieces 5c and 7c Torchon Laceto grounds, with white pin dots, to special each.. .. 00 .. .. .. .....4a .. ".
S.
Gahlenbeck, Palafox Si i are hundreds and no doubt thousandsof close out Quick for. . ..$5.90 Table Linen and TowelsFrom 4 .
go at. . . .. .2gc; Men's White All-Llnen HemsUtcb- "
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delinquent children in the $15.00 Taffeta Silk Suits, stylishly v .
TURTON &. BELL for whom no provision whatever is Extraordinary bargains in French made, in all the popular colors, ;* the Big Clean-Up Sale; ,. ed Handkerchiefs 20c value to ;
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at.. .. .. .. ... ...12c :
made either by the state or philan and Round Thread Val Laces in go .1 .
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1873. specialclean up price. . .$8.95 (, i
Kodak Supplies! finishing for Amateurs.R. thropists. 12 yard pieces at 25c; 39c, 75c $25.00 all S:Ik SWiss Taffeta Suits 35c White Table Damask to go at He Bleached Pillow Cases torn, f "

"The state of Georgia and other and $1 per dozen. new styles in leading colors, to . . . .. .. ; .19 ;C and hemmed special.. 1. ... .,10c ;j' ;
states having reformatories can care Allover Laces and Embroideriesto
K. WHITE, I for only a limited number of the go less than import cost. close out for . . .$13.90 60c Linen Table Damask to go at45c Sac 10-4 White Bed Spreads going m ; ,\

watchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate more criminal juveniles whoare arrested 75c Linen Table Damask to go at52i 2c now for. .. .. ... .. ... ... 59c / : 'J'1 1.t I .

Optician. 30 S. Palafox Street. Pensacola. Fla. and brought before the courts. 89c Satin Damask extra finish, 15c White Turkish Towels> extra I
The great majority of wayward chil Bargains in waists for.. .. .. .. .. .,.. ..140 ';
dren even though they violate muni-- Bargains: in Silks special . .. . .. 659 good .o. 'j"

Tersely Told cipal and state laws, are never arrested WAISTS from the big clean sale $1.00 Double Satin Damask, beautiful $2.00 Extra 10-4 White Bed t.
From up to at.. ... ... ,. ..,..$1.39 } .
the Sale Spreads
nor tried; and should not be. Big Clean-up of J. P. Bowman & Sons, waist manu- finish, special . . .69a go .

"The stat of Georgia, having made Sheets, to at .,. '
125 lawbreakers of Eiseman & Co. facturers.75c $1.25 Fine Linen Satin Damask, to 59 10-4 White go ,45c .
T. C. Best, of Holley spent provision for only young Fine White Lawn Waists well at. .. .. . . .. 859 75c 10-4 :White Sheets, extra spe ,. ; '
yester has determined by legislative 40c White Washable Silks made for . . . 459 go cial.. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. ..690 :. :
day in the city on business. enactment to place them on the Jap 5c White Crash Towels to go at. .39 I '
state prison' farm near Milledgevillea spec'al: . . . . .200 $1.50 Extra >Fine White Lawn Huck Towels 17x35, One case of Drummers samples i
Homer Brown returned yesterday lOc White per .
handsomely
Waists and -
styles
most deplorablemistake accordingto newest . . .7' ..912V.C of Dresser Scarfs, and CenterPieces ., : .! t
from a brief visit to Valdosta, Ga. 75c A11-Silk Check and Fancy made and trimmed for. .95c dozen 89c or each '
the sanctified! intelligence of a ma Louisiene special . .' 471 c Scotch Linen Huck Towels, worth 25c and 39c, to goat .
Charlie Hardesty returned yester jcrity of our best citizens. The buys $1.69 and $1.75 White Lawn Waistsbeautifully 18x37, to go at. .. .. ..9c ., .' ... .. .. .. .. .. ... ..1998c I
36-inch Black Taffeta Silk, made to go at.$1.10
will realize that they are going to $1.00
liar from a business trip to Houston return into society special .. .'. ... ,". ... .6811&c J2.50 and $2.75 Fine White Lawn 19c Extra large Linen! Huck Tow and lOe Embroidered Turn-Over "
Texas. prison and will < 'Waists, exquisitely made and els, special for. .. .. .. .14c Collars for .. . . .3!%o 'J
the odium of ex-convicts rest .
with .
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59c and 65c Fancy Louisine Silks, 25c Hemstitched White Linen 75c Center Pieces and Side Board. :
trimmed for. . . . .$1.89
Bids for the proposed new city hall ing upon few them. institutions in special .. . . .... 299 .Some bargains in Fine White Towelsv for . .. .. ..180'j Scarfs for. .. .. . .39c' t
will be opened at the city hall Monday "Th scattering rare .
by the Board of Bond the south of like character are $1.39 Fancy Taffeta and Liberty Lawn and Batiste Waists, all latest c White Twilled Crash Towelingfor. 75c Nottingham Lace Curtains togo t
Trustees.at noon cappe. by similar drawbacks or handi-j E'lks: to goat . .1 .. 699 styles in short or long sleeves at $3.15, . . . ... .. ..4y0 at per pair . . .45c ;'
objections. A leading lawyer $3.8D* ,: $f60 and $5.85. 12Vi9' White Linen Russia Crash J2.00 Cambric and Muslin Gowns t t I.
F. S. Mellen has returned from adjoining state, deeply interested in $1.50 36-inch Taffeta Silks in plainor Every Waist in stock will be marked Toweling for. . . . .7} o and Skirts to go at. . .. .$1.39 "
Rockford, 41., where he was called on such children said 'Our Stats Re- changeable, for. . .959 down 'for this bfg clean up sale. Drawn work Dresser Scarf Cloth All our Ready-to-Wear Hats to 'P>
account of the serious illness of his I, formatory is next to nothing: 19-inch Black Radium Silk, 85c to worth 15c per yard to go at.6%c at less than actual cost. :

father. The senior Mellen is still ill. "A prominent minister in another go now at . .' . 559 10 yards stout Bleached Domestic ;
state writes, Please advise. her (a 75c Faille Brilliant Silks, all colors for .. . .. .. ...489 = e
Dr. 1. J. Welch and Dr. C. L. Smith lady inquiring on behalf of a white from the Clean up Sale, to WHITE GOODSFrom UnderwearFrom '50c Hammock Pillows, to go at .. 25o .l!!

have returned from Atlantic Beach, boy sentenced to three months 3n the go at . . . . .42c Muslin 8c (Dress Ginghams and Cham-
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where both attendel the annual con- convict camps) as to the possible way 60c and 75c all Silk Taffetas all the Big SemiI'Annual breys for . . . .. 59 .' I
vention of the! Florida Dental Society. for getting such a boy into a reformatory colors, now only. . . 459 Clean-Up! Sale. the Big Clcan/Up Sale. lOc Percales SoMnohes wide, to go .

if you know any. Of course Ishall 65c Washable Jap S'lks: in dainty at. . ... . .,. .. ....7 io I
Dr. Geo. W. Lamar of Quincy, stateprison have to say tbere is no such institution . Children's 19c White Muslin Draw- stout Sheeting Domestic : I
and hair stripes at 10 good
to 39c yards ,
: inspector, in the go 10c White Linon to go at. . .59 . . ... .10eChildren's
was city yesterday .
in,Florida, for the thing dt 60c Jap and China Silks, all colors, to at 5c ers for for .. . . 479 i
and went out to visit the Star lOc White Check Nainsook go
Marianna Fla., is misscalled. choice for . . . 349 40c White Muslin Skirts 10 yards fine Bleached .%%.. Berkely i
Turpentine Pensacola.Co's. convict camp westof The following interesting statisticson tOe Taffetine Silks to go at. .. 19c 23c 19c White White Sheer India Linon and Fine, special Persian for 109 for. . . . 259 Cambric for . .. 989 !
the cost of criminal and the mon- Ladies' 75c Gowns Chemise and _
.., $1.50 White Lawn Waists to go at 95c I
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An aarm! of fire from box 54 :yesterda ey pay for the. education of children Lawn, 45 inches wide for 159 ''Corset Covers for .. . 499 $1.50 White or Fancy Duck Skirts ;-- !
forenoon has been furnished by Rev. Jackson: I. 15c White fine Wale Pique, special Ladies 25c Corset Covers, special 159 . . .. .. 959 .- '
\ called the fire department Lawns and Organdies for. . . . . .9i9 Trimmed Corset to go at
to Musco ee wharf. The fire Ladies'tOe Lace 10 yards fine White India Llnon
*as quickly extinguished with only -- --- ---- --'- ----- 20c finish White for.Auto. .Suiting. ., Irish. Linen. .12V 9 'Covers, to go at . .Chemise 259 for. .. ... .. .. .. .. . 489
sight' damage. From tne Manufacturers'Cleanup $1.50 Gowns, Corset Covers, F
100 pieces fine White Mercerized Drawers, Skirts from the

The Sons of Veterans are requestedto Add Creamto Sales. Waistings and Suitings from the big big sale to go at. . . .98c :
meet in Geo. P. Wentworth's office clean up sale. All our finest Muslin Underwear '
at :3 I o'clock! this afternoon for the purPose The Following Snappy Itemsat Some rare bargains will be thrownout marked down for this bi'g sale. Souvenirs Given 1
of mustering in the new members I four! spoonfuls of at lac, 19c and 25c per yard. Ladies' and Children's Knit Under : A.
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who failed to be mustered in at the Half Price. All our fine white Swisses marked wear at special cut prices.5c :
last meeting. down for this grand clean up sale. White Lawn Handkerchiefs for 29Se 1
15c Printed Lawns and Batiste in Mill Ends of Dotted Swiss worth 15c Lawn Handkerchiefs for59 Away
White
M H. Gilreath, representing The At- GrapeNuts new and dainty patterns to go at7 c per yard, the entire line to go on rem. 15c White Linen Handkerchiefs for 99 i
lanta Journal, who has been in the 19c Printed Organdies Batistesand nant counter at half price. Lawn with hand em- '." !
White
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clt\ for a few days in the interests ot other choice materials in 15c t
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59
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\ broidered initials, special. f
his! paper, has returned to Atlanta 'via newest designs, at half price. .91c to the first 20 .1 i ia
points in Alabama.. Ralph Stein has and have a delicious Best Sc Printed Lawns,. neat styleson :
taken up the work of tile local circulation you white grounds, at half price 21/.jC Ouriains BIG LOT OF CHILOIEN'S: PARA. I'
of the paper. Ralph has had meal without cooking. 25c and 30c New Cotton Dress Fab- purchasers of $2 or r I
fme( little newspaper experience and rics, very choice styles, from the iSOLS CHEAP.SAMPLE .

will! make an acceptable representa- big sales, to go at . . .13}-c 200 Sample Pairs of Swiss LINE OF NEW GILT '
tve: 40c and 50c( Organdies: Mercerized and Nottingham Lace over, commencing .

The Journal representatives start Soeslttes and Chiffon Tissuein AND EMBROIDERED BELTS AT
Curtains to Cheap.
CB another active canvass this week. the most beautiful styles, go very at 9 o'clock.
Tatar Mr.\ Sweet, the circulation man- I special . . .. . . 259 Be sure to see them HALF PRICE. tt I t

aei. goes to Chipley to confer with JustIeceiyed ] II fa !
Ai Jlogeboom. Chas. F. Steward
leases I tomorrow on extended workin I I II I

the section along' the Florida-Geor-
Pa line. Mr. Sweet will join him at

floral. Tuesday Wallace B. Caswell 1 &
viii! call on patrons in Bagdad and annon 0.

"to Vicinity! subscription and visit; points list of along The the Journal bay. I E I IJ1tf

Is Constantly growing better and with

'the extension and improvement of the Black and Grey Un- i
"a:1 service in this section is becomns ,11

more popular as a news distrIbu- _
tor. dressed Kid Blucher . .-- -. 1 1 I
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B E. Jones, who lives four miles Ribbon Ties "In the year 1200 it cost this coun- MONDAY WE WILL SELL A. F. C.' I the Custodian of the Station, Pensaco-' ing of !his creditors will be held! at my f i
vest t of Molino, was in Pensacola yes- Oxfords, try 600,000,000 to arrest, try and pun- GINGHAMS, SHORT: LENGTHS: Legal AdvertisementsATTACHMENT la, Florida, at the discretion of the office, No 506 Thiesen Building, in the ( [
''erda\: Mr. Jones came to Florida ish 100,000 criminals, or a per capita WON: A. 5c PER YARD.F. Supervising Architect. James Knox,I City of Pensacola, Fla., on the 30th I[
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from Alabama:: a few years ago and engaged Cuban Heels. cost cf $6,000 for that year. E. BRAWNER'SDepartment' NOTICE. Taylor, Supervising Architect ; day of May, A. D., 1906, at 10 o'clock : t{
in farming here and he now has there were Store. NOTICE is hereby given of the Institution 15may6teod. a. m., at which time the creditors may i I

We of the finest little: plantations I The .latestStyle "During children the same in year our schools of an attachment suit by attend, prove their claims, appoint a i f
111 this section of the"state: Last ; :: 15.000,000 times than the crim- MONDAY WE WILL SELL ONE i Jacob Lapps against Frank Lewis, in ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. trustee, examine the bankrupt and At 1
is 150
(that more !
!tear some of his cotton made a baleto IN TRANSIT! 2 FCR 5 CENTS.F. tie County Jud.;e's Court of Escambla transact such other business as may I
of E. A. deceased.
inal population) The entire educational Estate Gassman I!
the acre and this .the Come take a look at E.BRAWNR'3Department County, Florida. And the said defen- properly come before said meeting.
f.
,.despite, i
year, out-lay for 1900 was J165.00M I Creditors, legatees, distributees and
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interested
dry weather Store. dant and all other persons !i ,C. L. Shine. Referee in Bankruptcy. !
he his is doing .
says crop 000, little: more than onefourth'of; the action all persons having claims or demands
to appear to i 1 !
exceedingly well. Escambia county is them what criminals cost us. i' are required against this estate are required to '
our I A. 0>., 1903.! I 1
of July,
Stowing more cotton every year and MONDAY WE WILL SELL MEN'SBLUE on the tad day present them to me within two years FULL LINE TRUNKS AND SUITCASES !
m 'the northern part of the county par- But the most startling contrast appears -|!I WASH SUITS, WORTH $3.50,! B'eunt &. Blount, Attorneys for Plain from this date. Frank Gassman, ad I AT : I
ucniarly: cotton planting is getting to I $3.50 in the per capita cost. AT I$2.75. tig: 20mayoaw5w ministrator. May 6. 1906. i F. E. BRAWN
a very valuable industry. Each school child cost $11.00 pen; F. E. E oawSw. !! Department Store. 'I

i iI year. fc .' Dspart-Tient Store. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Office of i I

tt f rh;' Blue Ribbon Lemon ant Vanilla,I I system hitherto has changed j ---- -- -, -u---I"" *iSE1'T FBEB to'alt I ton D. C. May 9, 1906.-SEALED'PROPOSLS fln! the United States District Court.!f Florida and Alabama r
Northern District Florida. In bank- .-
r. received at this of
lour back. wayward children into criminals. No' o users cf morphine, will be
money .
'Absolutely "
toes pure.I PAINLESS cpinm, ludallGIII i' until 3 o'clock P. M. on the 6th ruptcy. In re A. W. Gonzalez bank- .
twice as far. wonder-crime is on the increase, office 'i
:opium co- and then opened,' rupt. Pensacola, F a.. May 19th, UOG. LAND COMPANY i.i i.
HOG,
I "We propose a better way; ta remove day of June
The wayward "I'rEnfrm. p Wmll.xg of par for plumbing and sewerage at Santa The creditors of A. W. Gonzalez, of '
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MpNr DAY' WE WILL P I an home or Fla. district here-i Manufacturers of :: ;
B SELL MEN'S Shoe Store criminal association; train them for treat.M I Rosa Quarantine Station.: Pensacola, Pensacola, said are I
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,.lTOE WASH SUITS, WORTH $3.60- good citizenship in'te.n suitable and' .D 'ment.! S OOLLEYVhs Florida in accordance with drawingsand by notified that on the 19th day of and Dealers in I i! j"
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JL 1 sperarate boxes, with schools, shops' J 13.IA4 M.TI.PMTSV*t. specification, copes of which may May A. D., 1906, he was duly adjudged -I LUMBER.. SAWED CYPRESS SHIffcf; '.
F. E. BRAWN ER'S S. PALAFOX'ST. 4 Ir$l' C1Tr 1 I that the first meet- GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. '
117 and other necessary equipments .\..! ".Lt1&ts, Georgia.i be had at this office or at the office of a bankrupt, and
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MORNING, MAY, .20, 1906 .'
PAGE FOUR THE PENSACOA JOURNAl, SUNDAY, .
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: T They HOTELS AND SUMMER
name'is i
by this Society were generally made world, -an. !! they are never at a Jos to ,'but their.proper thief. .; '
to makea living byswindling : ; LI !.. l : : __
start put :
from a loan carried by the previous obtain ,money by hook or crook. Such : :
V ': eitoIa ] oitnaIII officers of the Society with the Mercantile frauds should be closely watched, and i and scruple at nothing to accomplishtheir

Trust Company. This loan, at: the'first ''instance of ,wrong-doing purpose. (Beware of such people will- "A-'LAN'D ,OF DELIGHT."

which 'amounted to J685.000 was repudiated may should be *quelched. They maybe yon.know nothing of, and you ,,. ,
It called to termed embezzlers or dead-beats, save money, by It.. : -
---- 1r- .flfUit as soon as was -
.h ) my attention, as found it had been ,
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. contracted without any authority from I THE ,BEAUTIFUL SAPPHIRE COUNTRY I

the Board of Directors. and it was *33 assttas5U s*

: PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY soon after paid 'by persons whose 8 --==-.

identity was not disclosed to me.I Col. Choate's Public ELEVATION: FROM 2,250 TO 5,000FEET..
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am unalterably opposed to lobby- Goregous ?Mountain Scenery three magnificent lakes countless'

THE JOURNAL COMPANY. ing, or to the payment of anything Sentiment factory .j beautiful waterfalls; pure and bracing air; trout fishing in streams
which has about it so much as a BUS- .. and lakes b2 r-gba.thlng.- horse back riding, driving mountain
,. pclon! of blackmail. The policy hold- I .
r Lfuftnju.L..j- --- .ar- -J- -r- climbing and all indoor amusements.
I ers, who constitute the Society will be Laurel Hil| Southern Home FIVE CHARMING HOTELS.
FRANK L MAYES, President and General Manager. relied on to oppose with their personal

-t Juwuuu1nnrJutnJwuvu-u-uJwuJw.JL_- nru-Lrut1 j-u-u, SLtL influence legislation that is calculated *3iiXnJ SXS M3J TOXAWAY INN, Lake Toxaway, FAIRFIELD: INN Lake Far.
to increase the,cost.of their Insurance now open. I H. AIKEN, Man field opens July 1. W. H 4 c.
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. by increasing the cost of manage ager. Speclal'rates during June. A. MARTIN Managers.

aL f _J. ____- -_-_wv ment. The Society will call their attention The Pensacok'. ,Journal wa.ntsto I Deeded Disston, 4,000 acres. SAPPHIRE INN, Lake Sapphire. ,
to measures that are likely to know who is, paying the expenses of Deeded to all other persons, 1,723-. THE ,FRANKLIN Brevard, opens now open. MRS. P. CRISP, Man

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. prove detrimental to their interests, the bureau ol'information! which has 651. crowd July 1. A. LAMDORNManager., ager. %

One Year..e.$5 00 Ono Month........ ......... *,5 but under no circumstances will it bea Tils is the of poor widows
for
Six Mouths................ 2 50 One Week...........e.... 10 party to any corrupt or underhanded been established at Jacksonville and orphan children that are puttingup THc LODGE, Summit of Mt. Toxaway, now. open. MRS. A. BUR
Three Months...... ....... 1 25 Weekly Edition, per year.l OCWrWJ.rrWr methods to either prevent or secure the purpose of creating sentiment their hard earned money so that DICK, Manager.The
legislation. against the drainage of the Evergladesand Chcate may save them' from the tax hotels are modern, and are noted for perfect service.. .Address

WflJW puts the question square to Ohas. gatherer either hotel for rates.
The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed Although there were many other A. Choate, who is in charge of the The small part of the immense territory For descriptive booklet and general) information address

features which needed reforming and bureau but he sIdet epg and says that granted to the state now remaining JOHN C. BURROWES Pres..

Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. which have been reformed as a resultof the expenses are 'paid by the land in the hands of the trustees Lake Toxaway, f-4, ,l. '

-ftr.wJ_ J--- the investigation, there would probably owners who are opposed to having land is claimed by railroad companies and The' lake region pf the South. The Toxaway Hotel Co.,
taxed to raise money to drain the suits have 'been brought against the Remember special rates at Toxaway Inn during June. '"
Offices, 108 and 110 Papers on Saloon Trains never have been any investigation .
Ea.t'' Everglades.It trustees to force legislative grants of -- -
had it not been for the two corrupt .
Government. and etch News Stands. looks like the answer would have the lands. ------- _-::----
_%-w- nJwESAOGJJA .._ practices-contributing to campaign satisfied The Journal, but it didnt. I Do :you have any idea who is put.
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funds and lobbying at state leg- The Journal comes back and wantsto ting up the dough to pay the expensesof -

flatures-which President Morton know t'he names of the property Choate's bureau to control public
I FLORIDA SUN DAY :MORNING, MAY 20. 1906 holders who are putting up the dough sentiment? 'Smoke
now says will be discontinued.One .
for Mr. Choate. Who ever heard of In January, 1905 the land in the H4k -.-'
reform which President Mor. such audacity? hands of the trustees approximated 2.- iWLl 'S
The "Florida News Bureau's" Senators by Direct Vote ton fails to mention, but which the But Choate has not said who the 980,000 against which the railroads i--- OLD

Armstrong law forces the companiesto property owners were up to this writIng -have outstanding, claims, under legislative -

Sole Defender. of the People. adopt and which will be none the enactment mind you, aggregate NORTH
does not While do not think The Journal ing seven million with several
The Ocala Banner seems to be about (Although the constitution less welcome to future pollcyholders we acres
Is as ignorant on this subject as It law suits pending against the trusteesfor
tfae election of States
tha only in the state that feels permit United
paper i is the discontinuance of the notorious !

would have one believe here goes for; lands and funds in their hands.
itself called to take the defense senators by a direct vote of the people STATEFOR
upon
up "deferred dividend" policy. Hereafter a little information on that subject'Ib.e Of course Choate side-stepped The
of the now generally repudiated as representatives in congress are i the poUcyholder and not the com- report of the commissioner of Journal's question hog would have

"Florida News 'Bureau." The Banner elected and although the senate itself o pany will get the benefit of the divk agriculture, dated January 1, 1905, done the same thing.
shows that of the 20,133,900 acres of iAnd again, there was pending an Injunction
hau gone so far as to contend that it still persists in preventing an amend- dends as fast as they annually

dOes not matter who is putting up the ment to the constitution which will Altogether the life Insurance'com accrue.- swamp and overflow land received by against the trustees issued .3, Pipe or Cigarette
the state from the United States only by Judge Swayne of the United State
, money for the support of the "news permit It, the people are neverthelessby panies are in a much better positionto "2,980,239 acres remained in the possession court at,the instance of the L. & N.

bureau's" eaiicational work so long as means of the party primary prac- command the support and confidence ot the state, while 17.153.66J Railway Company, forfv.ddin'g! the use .

"- the "argument" Is good. The Journal tically electing senators by direct vote of the public than they have acres had been disposed of as follows; : of $223,834 in their hands. : IT'S UNION MADEQUALITY

suggested that the t Banner was taking in a large number of states and other 'Conveyed to railroad companies The Journal should not ask Mr.
.
ever been before. and cannot but
,the same position that the defendersof we .. prior to 1899. 8,342,317 acres. Choate such questions.! It's his business .
states are gradually adopting the commend President. .:Morton for his You begin to: see who Is putting UP I to mould public sentiment the .
the corrupt politics of 1896, 190U
same method. frank and open letter regarding the the money for the Choate bureau to- I way he. is.employed to.
and 1904 took when they excused the The south has taken the lead In present condition of his and create-puiblicenUment against the i The I uisville & Nashville Railway
company
acceptance by the republican party of this primary election system and in the policy which he followin drainage of the Everglades, don't you? i also has a suit pending as successorto Is our premium.
gigantic campaign contributions on the expects to Deeded to Canal and Drainage Co., the P. & A. Hallway Company for -.
ground that.......what did it matter Sf the every state where it exists the peopleare the future. 2,276,173.It's 1,427,397.77 acres of land in additionto

party's "argument" was good? To thoroughly satisfied with the a pity to make this companypay the 1838872.53 acres which were
chan'ze and the results demonstrate The Ladies' Home Journal publishesthe taxes on this land. It 'got it for deeded them by legislative enactment
this our Ocala contemporary replies:
It to it makes a vast dif- its desirability over the old system. following little illustration of the nothing, and why should it pay any. voted them by members of the le'g. FRANK REILLY, Distributor.
seems us 1
thing to keep it? islature who (misrepresented the
ference. The insurance companies Tennessee is the latest southern stateto. value of advertising although changing -
Deed to E. N. Dickerson, for cou' ,people.
for instance were using "otherpeople's adopt the primary, Kentucky Is it slightly from the original version 'I
money" without their consent pons on Florida Railroad bonds 248-- Who! furnishes the money for r
also in the primary column, and Ala. : 602 acres. Choate's public sentiment factory?
and the money so used was not for the
purpose of establishing news bureaus bama is now trying her first expert- When the teacher was absent from Deeded Wm. F. Jackson for couponson The people of this state have electedmen

and offering legitimate arguments, but ment with it so far as senatorial candidates the schoolroom Billy, the mischievous! F. A. & G. C. Railroad bonds 113- to represent them in the legisla- Egi.i'I Great

on the contrary was used for otheran are concerned. boy of the class wrote on the black- I 064 acres ture who practically gave to the land-
entirely different purposes. No board: "Billy Jones can hug the girls Wells & Randolph agents, 100,000 sharks and railroads one-third of the ilPIF
$
man is corrupted by a pertinent, fair The primary is yet capable of vast better than any boy in s -hooL". acres. state. This is no' fanatical assertion, t II fl

and Intelligent argument. improvement in some of Its detailed Upon her return the teacher called Williams & wann, agents 5,800 made for political effect but cold I

Cut in the case of Mr. Choate he workings, butthe system as a wholeis him up ft> her desk. acres. L 'If I ;I I bare facts that we can substantiate.How vFt'L Reduction in

tellj who it is that Is paying for the intended to determine the will of "WUlfcm. did you write that?" she Williams: Swann &; Corley, agents. long are the people going to
establishment of his .bureau and .what asked pointing to the blackboard."Yes. 13,542 acres. <;'f, '. be robbed 'by a lot of political graftersis
be is doing is done in the open.It the 'people? in: the selection of public ma'am." said Billy. John A. Henderson, agent, 161,134 the question we would like to ask !

were just as pertinent to ask who servants and it is doing that in a "Well you may stay after, school," acres. like -still better to have it answeredto i j ji

is paying Governor Brorward's ex most satisfactory manner, :As the I said she, "as punishment. W. S. Teague agent, .5,778 acres our entire satisfaction. 4-1

penses in his canvass for his drainage lAve Oak Democrat says: i The other pupils waited for'Billy to L$
$c eme. He is going from place: to I come out and then they began 'guyinj GInssWe
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Tha southern democratic Eye
primary him. .
place discussing it, and It costs some-
'. thing to ride on railroads and stop at whose merits have gained so rapidly I "Got a licking didn't you?" ( + XRand' -- P.- -' '
Who is footing the upon the whole country that it is coming said -
fir-it class hotels "Nope, Billy.
bills? The drainage of everglades; into favor up north may be a lit I "Got Jawed?" i i Said of Pensacola '

is not an individual'scheme of his andI' tie slow and cumbersome, but it "Nope."

it Is not to be supposed that he is pay. ly evolves the choice of the final-I "What did she do?" they asked. -

ing this money out of his own pockets. eliminates ,all the caprice change of I'' "Shan'n't tell" said Billy; "but It ::1 Pensacolians i

! It is 83 pertinent to ask, who is doing mind,. uncertainty jugglery and corruption pays to advertise."' .
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t, Incident to the old) rig-
convention
I it? :.:+:.4 ::.xn.g+Ht+- "' ''' ''H<+tH .t are now sellingHawkes'
, The Ocala Banner Is different from system. It is here to stay and its The Journal has received from Col. erator has been put to more
.I other newspapers. Most newspapers: operation here in Florida yesterdayis .
make it a rule to publish no article another instance -of how well it Fred L. Robertson, of Tallahassee a The Wailes-Beard? Claim Again. Democrat has preserved a judicial severe test than any other

I unless it is accompanied by the name works. copy of the recent volume compiledby :Although a claim for sonie $163,000 impartiality between all candidates for "ice box" made.

of.the writer as a matter: of good faith. It Is only a matter of time until him under the supervision of the has been; passed upon adversely by the fctate' and county offices in this cam
. The Ocala Banner holds that if the /board of state Institutions entitled two last sessions "of the Florida legislature -paign. They are all democrats and
state the
J Jn. Union adopts tho
j matter Duel is important and worthy every it is now evident that it will reputable citizens and we have permitted No other refrigerator has
, publication that the name of the primary system of nominations and as "Soldiers of Florida in the Seminole come up again for consideration at the them to do their own fighting.It and $2.50 Eye Glasses

! writer Is of small consequence that system can be and is extended to Indian, Civil and Spanish-American next sitting of the state's law makers is ,quite proper for any paper to declare -so many special exclu-

. The Banner is a very artful dodger the selection ,of United States senators -Wars." The volume is evidently the and that too, at a cost of thousandsof its preference and espouse the sive features. No other refrigerator for

: but IP. addition to having the-- distincT we will oon nave a senate that result of a great deal of labor and research dollars to the tax-payers. This conclusion cause! of any particular candidate, but has the
is drawn from a charge madein we h'a.ve'not thought that it was desirable success record -
tion of being the only paper In the will constitutional and it forms in
; permit a amendment every way avery Hon.
Journal that
The Pensacola by in our case to pursue policy. of the
t state that defends the "Florida News making the members of that valuable addition to the historical John S, Beard, to the effect that purest Notorious unfitness for office, wherewe AUTOMATIC. $1.25

! Bureau's" ambush campaign ,and the body directly responsible to the people and statistical literature of the of pure men :Judge J. B. Whit- were surr of the facts, would probably -

! only democratic paper we know of for their election just as repre- state. field, had entered into a compact with have led to a duierent course but
.r anywhere that excuses the "educational" I I Governor: Jennings to the effect that i h. happily, no candidate in Florida at this
sentatives the house '
in are. But consideration of his appointment as is to knowledge that kind of -
thne our
Our cekoii
the condolences to the
methods employed by republican "Ocala Edi-
i whether that amendment is ever pass Attorney General, he would render an man.-Live Oak DemocratS
party in the past three presidential tor" on the result of the primary in affecti/ the validity,
adverse
opinion
the
ed or not party primary will practically ? S *
; campaigns, it now seeks to accomplish the desired end. the nomination of railroad commis- of the Wailes-Beard claim. As Mr. Killing Weeds With Oil. 107 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET I W A. D'Alemberie'

i change the subject by wanting to .. sioners. Beard will h9 the next state senator Pensaco'la' is trying tha experimentof PENSACOLACOFFEE

know "who is paying Governor 'Broward's mullet from Escambia, having no opponentwe spraying the weeds on neglected
: The are running, the trout :
.. "" would not be surprised to hear the lots with oil for the purpose of kill- T'H Druggist and Apothecary
expenses? are biting, gulf breezes are blowing, gentleman charge, with equal effrontery ing them. To dig them up is to inVite -

The Journal is not in a position to and the glories of summer in Floridaare # PROFESSIONAL -. #i I that senators' who voted against; sickness and to cut them off Is 121 South Palafoi Street PeD)acoa.! Fli

: speak for Governor Broward but The here.President. 'OEADBEIATS ?' 1 allowing the claim, had entered Intoa merely to increase the density of the
Journal knows and the Ocala Banner i I' conspiracy with their constituentsto growth. Sanitary matters will engage
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faithfully ana'! honestly protect: the the attention of tta people more large. !
of In- Jacksonville
and
i knows every man ordinary Metropolis. *:
i i .I State Treasury. Ana' he would be ly this summer than ever, with the impatus .
., -telllgenc.9 in the state knows WHO IS Morton's Statementof $if H correct in this latter charge.- St Au- that Tampa has given to the

NOT paying Governor Broward'a ex Future gustine Meteor. subject-Jacksonville Times-Union. Excursion
Policy.A -
* S We the Pioneer
_ his are
is doubt
\c penses. He no paying The people of Tampa have just -

\. own expenses just as any honest man : statement to the press from President found out that they are the victims of Disposition to Improve. Compliment to Florida.In Coffee Roasters of

: In'h1', position would do, and the Ban Paul(Morton of the Equitable As- two men, pretending to be doctors. "Pensacola is a city of 25.00Q people ,a letter to Editor Frank L. Mayes,
These ," remarks The Journal of that city of tha Pensacola! Journal, acknowledging West Florida.McHUCU'S .
made their advent
men into
> ner knows it without asking the ques,I surance Society a copy of which that city stylishly dresseo! and with a "and she has yet no means for ,the the receipt of a check for $60. the

\ tion. comes direct to The Journal, contains pompous air of wealth and intelligencethat I reduction! or disposal of the hundreds contribution of the generous citizen

; ; The fact remains that neither Col.Choate's some very pertinent information regarding -I attracted many unsuspecting per- of tons Of garbage that annually accumulates of Milligan to the San Francisco relief '

3, "news bureau" nor its sole ? the future policy of that com sons to them. The men suddenly came throughout the place." The fund Governor Geo. C. Pardee of BLENDS TOmDay
in which refuse is disposed California pays the following hand-
defender the Ocala Banner has yet up missing last week and left many manner
pany. unpaid bills-as remembrances of their of: there is thus described: "The garbage some compliment to Florida in general
! t L answered The Journal's question as to After going over the history of the visit This Is not the first time that which i is collected at certain I and the' "Pensacola section in particular -

; who I* paying its expenses. Under the various investigations to which it has Tampa has been thus Imposed upon, 'feints in the city, daily weekly' or : '"There is hardly a city in the have no equal. A trial'

:: ,.- circumstances, it is not surprising been subjected during the ,past eighteen and may not be the last. semi-occasionally, as the spirit hap-is Union sent perhaps its contribution not one-which to the fund ha-, will convince the con. Tug Monarch to Life
to move the garbag collector not
: that very few papers in tha state are Just why the people will put confidence pens
months and showing that the of the city limits but the state of Florida has been particularly
hauled just .outside noisseur that
: in and run after such men is a we
,. using any of the "news bureau"stuff. company 1 ia now stronger financiallythan mystery, but they will do it. Thes and dumped onto a vacant lot there to generous and the people of ,+ Saving Station and Gulf

" i" it has ever been President Mor- frauds appear hi a place and at once rot and evaporate and jeopardize the" Pensacola and neighboring towns' have make no extravagant
; health of the community generally. done nobly. I desire to assure you of ,
.
,:s, ton asserts! that under the new poMcy, begin to puff and blow around, mag. claims. : -'
I nifying their ability and standing as But under the Influence of the progressive our profound appreciation.-Jackson- Leaving Palafox Wi!: ::
j _, Reduction in the operating will be reduced Himes-Union.
. expenses professionals, specialists ana' scientists spirit awakened in the people by yule.
: I: more than $1,200,000: a year. On a. and they soon have a following of gullible I its two energetic and able daily newspapers 3 o'clock.
the Price of Gas. Wholesale and RetailGROCERS
citizens Talent.A .
four per cent basis, this is equivalentto people! at their command and than and some public spirited Cultivate Home -
j r The Journal's advertising columns the work of swindling begins. Bankrupt a disposition to improve these traveling salesman for his father'sliquor
an additional investment of J30-
Pensacola'scity house in Pen'. acola. recently
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conditions is was
apparent.
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to financially and devoid of honor
contain announcement
a pleasing
; 000,000. In addition this. more than obtain council has taken steps to have a indicted in Monroe county for violating
they credit and
any !
. 1: the citizens of Pensacola this morning jTbOO,000 everywhere eE'tablished.-JacksonviUe the county's prohibition laws by soliciting -
1_' has been saved to the Society and suddenly>appear from crematory
vi?. a notice from Supt. C. F. orders therein. His father determined
Times-Union.
view with
pock ts full of
through the recovery of money money and and all kinds of Feed
; __ Zeek. of the Pensacola Gas Company. mourning creditors .left behind. to fight the case and sought
, r'. that the price of gas has been reduced Improperly paid out, or the disvowai or Home men who have long since established Who- Pays the Bills? advice from two of the leading law Stuffs.Pluto .
obligations improperly Incurred. a character for Press bureau firms of Mobile and one in Montgomery -
- t' from |2.00 to $1.50 per thousand honesty and That Jacksonville
; t feet, net.Pensacola Most important however, of all the ability are thrust astate and the stranger Chas. A. Cho te, manager is getting in succession, and In each in- EXCURSION.TO .
accpted as better. ?Jacksonville the proposition Who stanca the attorneys told him he "had
busy on drainage
wihlch President Morton
: has to such an statements
grown se" Not discouraged he finally
; people are also guilty of running off the bills? The Pensacola no Water ;
rays
: CO'
. extent and thj use of gas has become makes are the ones reference. to after strange gods, as some of these nal asked this qustion but it Jour-I I placed the case with a Pensacola law MARIANNA AND RIVER J...

t; EO general that this reduction of 2;): the company's future policy in the magnetic healers who humbugged the been answered. They haven't sent firm. The latter carried the case to MAY 28. 1906.

of contributions and people will bs remembered. any of their pot metal editorials to tie! Supreme Court where it was re .
\ 4, rer cent from the old figure will matter carapafsn that :
had1 '
All home men may not be angels in the News. They know what their fate versed-thus showing he a Wholesale and Retail. iKrst and only chance to .
mean, a great deal to the con- legislative lobbying. He says: also lesson to him (
gas It a
i good case. was Ji.
their methods, but few of them will would be. The News uses no ready- of interest on the P. & A
,. turners throughout the city and will The _Equitable will not make contributions deceive and cheat their neighbors. mad ealtorials.: iMonticello News. tc cultivate home talent-'Jacksonville leave on regular paiscna- -I i
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: if no doubt. also greatly Increas the to political campaigns nor for They do not desire to live by chicano S S Tim est-Union. New Orleans Co Monday morning, May Jx. .
. f t: demand for it. any other purpose. I do not believe ery and deception, because they value Please Accept Apologies.The Grocery on 30. Fare for round tr,' '

f; Both PensacoTians and the gas the funds of the Society can rightfully their reputation too highly. They own Pensacola-Journal Inadverdent-- MONDAY WE WILt SELL 10 na and River Junction $- ::1-
be used in any ,such way, even property and have families and can- Ij credits to the Democrat a clipping YARDS 10c LAWN FOR 50c.( SEE Fare from Milton same ,1'
I, .t company .are to be congratulated on though the purpose be far removed not afford, if they desired, to.play the from another state paper, which pro- WI N DOW. Jas. McHugh sacola.

the new gas rate ,which', .goes into, from ,politics ,and' entirely worthy in rsscal. nounces unequivocally for Burr and F. E. BRAWN ER'S For further Information ". to
elect' June 1. itself. (\Political contributions made Dead-beats are. numerous in this !IBlHch for railroad commissioners. The Department Store. Phone 105v Proprietor K'NI'IROST.







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THE PENSACOLA' JOURNALSUNDAY MORNING, MAY;' 20, 1906 PAGE FIVE j;; i iI iTO ii ,
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__ L' __ ,,____ ___. .- final the writ /!; f. i ii 7

J ___. -- --- .- om. -- ,- __ _.. ... .. ----.r------" ..... ._. _n of judgment be dismissed.In the case., '; I'i
SUPREME r [ [ COURT T TN error will .
3. 'An order "that the plaintiff do '

recover:'Judgment. of the defendantand : !
thaf-the clerk upon the filing of .i :-
SELL GOOD MERCHANDISE
the proper proofs do enter the same," i : J

and a recital that "the plaintiff: filed: -
ON N ESCAMBIL[ I
I 'I PAY S BECAUSE IT SATISFIES EVERY TIME proofs against and the the clerk defendants entered In up favor judgment -

of the plaintiff in the sum of $133.20 .

and BRINGS YOU to OUR STORE AGAIN [ principal or collectively and $29.49 costs"constitute do not a final severally .5 lO JCD2S STDRE .: .

CASES judgment to support a writ'of error. a .:
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Writ of error dismissed.:

Error Sullivan; & Sullivan for Plaintiffs. inj i Watch Kress' Windows /; ; ,; ,

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S. Pasco, Jr., for Defendant in Er: ...
"Heafherbloom" Taffeta Underskirts Important Cases from this Caunty's :" l
ror. ,
$ all $2 and 2. 50 Many people associate a "5 and 10-cent" store with gee-gav's, .' ;; ;

good colors and black, Tribunals Decided atTallahassee 15, 20 AND 25c. EMBROIDERIESAT 'im-cracks and things cheap, flimsy and worthless. A glimpse of the -. ; M t ,

10c. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.F beautiful Kress windows a revelation. There they see effectively ." :. : ?

75Lsdies' White Skirts, made of Indian Head; T llahls3ee E. BRAWNER'S displayed an endless variety of articles useful, practical and ornamental >-. I 1 J

1 Department Store. I with values never before associated with the price. -', i" i
$1.25 to $7.50"values, Monday and Tuesday, ." .. i i ;'j iI !!
week the beautiful window-mirrors reflect different )
a ,
Every ; ; ,
May 19.-The following I : ;i.i i.I
NECROLOGYOlga i i scene and invite a further inspection within. They also give you an ;: ;-MII
Ladies' Waists have been rendered
50 Lingerie $1.25 and $1.50 decisions by excellent opportunity to appreciate the diversity of the up-to-date J: j : '

values, this sale__---- ----__--------__-_---__---_---_ the supreme court in cases from Es- Johnson. Kress stock and the wonderful Kress values.': ., t 1
cambia county: The St Andrews Buoy saya: housewife watches Kress' windows: '" :
In the Supreme Court of Florida: Division The little two-year-old! daughter, Ol, Every thrifty : {

3 6 Jap Silk oZf, $3.00 and $5.00 A-January Term, A. D. 1906. ga, of Mr. and Mrs. dell Johnson of I j ,. :. .

values, e for,_.__ ___ $2.98 Ex Parte Joseph Vickery-original West\ End, after two weeks of intense I I
J. suffering and hovering the while between On Sale 9 A. M. t : :
COCKRELL, i life: and death, brothed her. Monday '
I 1. A verdict of guilty of a lower de last at 10 o'clock Saturday morning, i "

gree'of homicide charged in an in and was laid in bar little grave Sun- \ :I,
dictment is an acquittal of any higher day Etfternoon. The best of msdical ''S'' -,
t.I t.
therein charged. Ekill, and all that could .
degree loving parents ;
" We have gone through our entire stock 'of %. Upon reversal of a conviction do to preserve the th. a.d of life was I Kress Lace Sale. <, : :
for manslaughter of one Indicted for without avail and the only remaining -J"
I murder in the first degree in the Cir comfort for the bereaved parents lies I t -.i 1 ; -

Silks and have laid out all short lengths/ remnants I cult Court, the subsequent trial for in that the knowledge that all must at 2 for 5c 5c and lOc yard. 'j"j:1> I ;i'

manslaughter may.be had in the Crim- some time obey the summons; but it II '
inal Court of Record of the county. seems hardest of all that so young a Wonderful Values and Worth Double the Price. { : '
dress We will life and full of should b3 thus
promise
I some pattern lengths. Writ discharged and prisoner re '
snatch i' from the parental fold, and
i manded.J.
Emmet Wolfe (with whom was J. the sorrowing father, mother and I Necessities.r : .

sell these Monday and Tuesday at onehalfthe P Stokes on the brief) for Petitioner; other sympathy relatives of everyone have the most profound I Hair .

Scott M. Loftln, for Respondent.In .
the Supreme Court of Florida DIvision i Useful and handsome. A complete offering in combs and pins. Rare values. i '

2 original, .selling price. All marked in plain A-January Term, A D 1906.' Century Mrs. ,Frank May Clarence 19.-On Hecker.the morningof I Ladies' heavy dressing combs. Black and tortoise shell, 8 inches long ., ; i i
Pensacola! Electric Terminal Railway with fancy metal and gilt mounting,fine and coarse divisions each 15c '
May 10 the "silver cord was lossed"and !, Tortoise shell back combs wide band each lOc .:
Co., a corporation, Plantlff in Er- heavy -
figures. the gentle spirit of Mrs. Frank Side combs match neck combs each lOc .
to
'V ror, vs. M. C, H&ussman, 'Defendant in .
,., Error. Escambia County. Clarence! Hecker passed into the great Tortoise shell and amber hair clasp with long, straight pins. each lOc :
COCKRELL, J. beyond. Love Infinite called her Pompadour puff combs with adjustable band, tortoise and amber each lOc .
hence. Loving and gentle hands plac- .
A misleading charge Issues '
:J. on
ed floral tributes about hermasses in Hair
many Values Pins .
substantially variant from those raIs- !

ed by the pleadings is ground for re I 'beautiful: southern roses and Celluloid pins each 5c Barrette back comb, tortoise each lOc ." _
versa!. great waien calla lilies with palms. Horn hair pins 5c Raw-bom heavy dressing combs,11(- 1
We have just received a complete assortment '2. Where the declaration alleges I Rev. Vreeland, of Palafox Street Methodist Red IQcpair inch teeth,6#,7-.8!>4 inches long, '
.I church, Pensacola, conductedthe Side combs, amber teeth with very strong serviceable comb '. :
specifically that the ,plaintiff was injured i .
pearl back 25c each lOc .
services at the house. Many
by being thrown from a it
car
of Laundry Bags, Bath is error to charge upon the theory friends accompanied the family to ---....
Flomaton, Mrs. Edward Hauss accompanying '
that he was compelled to jump there. -I This is another Infants' Hose 'Ve are Inter- ',:j
them to 'Detroit. They arrived
Mats and Fancy Embroidered from. Ladies'HoSC example ofKress' ested in the
there Friday night The funeral I'
Judgment reversed. was from the residence of Col. Heck I power to babies: too. Our prices and qualities 'f'1.I 1.. t
Blount! & Blount, for Plaintiff in Er make a little money go a long way. : .
Scarfs and Centers. ror. er Saturday afternoon at 2:30.: The { The goods are the best and the colors prove it in a practical way.

services were conducted by Rev. Penceof fast. Infants'colored hose,assorted colors,full .
John B. Jones for Defendant in Er the Fort Street Presbyterian line of sizes, fine rib, red, pink, light ,.
church. The flowers were beautiful, Fancy hose, colored J tops with black blue and white lOc ,.
ror. stripes, black boot, plain stitch
In the Supreme Court of Florida Division a blanket of roses covering the casket pair . per lOc Three-quarter black socks "tOe .
A-January Term, A. D. 1906.I and many many other floral offerings Fancy drop stitch, colored top with black One-half and three-quarter socks, rib top,
Ludwig Carlson and Jonn L'nd: 'ate, showed forth the esteem in which slewas heel and toe,per pair. lOc assorted colors lOc .
Black and colored lace hose three styles Black rib hose, fine assorted .
PARKER & REESE hld.! The remains of this lovely extra grade! "
WATSON partners under the firm name of Carl. pair ., lOc pair .
son & LinL Plalnt'tt' 1D' o lady were placed in Col.. Hecker's elegant per ekes, i% to 5%,per ., lOci .
I
mausoleum at Woodlawn: ceme- .
bert E. Ziehme doin'g business! as A. I, ,
SUCCESSORS TO GREEN d WATSON. E. Ziehme &'Co:, Detendants in Error.: tery. 'Mrs. Hecker was the daughterof "
Escambia County.PEn. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Webster, of WAT.CH KRESS' WANllOWS" .'
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Detroit. 'Fifteen years ago she was, ,
33 and 35 South Palafox Street. CURIAM.
1. 'Where' a cause is brought to wooed and won by Mr. Frank Clarence .

.. this court on writ of error to a final 'Hecker, also of Detroit. Three children I .. .

,_'. _. ... ._ _.? .. _: : _-_ : :_ :"
.. judgment must be set forth in full in. boys. In the summer of 1904 Mr. and!I --:;,.....=.,..v'" ..""" <"'--....".'!\ ,, "-".,," ,........:., ,.,.......... ""' .3".PZ1-2"Y.=;::!!iI 1 .-::!::: !
- thejtranscrint. ) vihe record proper in i f Mrs. Hecker built their home, Tannen-,

: t.# .t.:+ ..:+:" ", x+J + L.x,:+:+:;'.:" services 11 a. m. and T:30:p. a. Sun order that the court may determine it helm lived,here.near Century Mrs. Hecker, and had have not since vis-, :
day school 9:30 a. m. j. B.: Tiller; it is.a final Judgment. A NOTABLE
ited her old home since she came
: Supt Epworth League 6:30: 2. Where a writ 'of error is taken
the ChurchesServices j 'Muscogee Wharf-Rev. F, A.p. Rob m. -: to a final judgment and the transcript south and was planning a visit home.]
f Services at 'She was one of five sisters. Her 'p&l1ents
ers, pastor. Sunday school 3 p. in., of the record proper fails to show any"FirstAid"
i sisters her. &e
and survive
. T. L. Briggs, supt Preaching 4 p. ai.Church .. was I j .
_ A A=&.. & ..&................. .................. .... ..................... ......................... & A.._._ .- S pi .m i.i i IP i i. loved best by those who knew her i MilliNERY EVENT
.':<<"' "" ..a..a... ....-.v.. ... .. ;.: to the best: Her inner life is best described
of ChristChurch t by one who was very closely drawnto
of Christ cor. Jackson and Bowels her in bonds.of sympathy and love.
are announced for the Cen 7:30: and 11 a. m. Sunday school
as
tury Mission today at 11 a. m. and at usual. ', Alcanlz Streets. Bible school 10 With pure and high Ideals, she was a
a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45p. i charming acquaintance and a loving,
St Joan's church, Warrington, at 7:30 St Katijarlne's-Cervantes) and Da.'I vi
m. by Evangelist C. M. Pulllas.. of Heartburn, Sour loyal friend, but in the inner circle of
p. m. 'Both services at the Lutheran, vis street Rev. Andrew T. Sharpe, S. I J
Tennessee
church today will be in English. Rev. T. B. rector. I who will continue the services 1 Headache, Bad her home was shown the crowning I ',

E. L. Andrews of Covington, Ky., will I Sundays: 730; a! m. holy Commun I each evening through at the 7:45 week o'clock.preaehls'g!WHEN coated Tongue, qualities of a beautiful )life She wasa <.

preach at the West Hill Baptist church, ion; 9:30 a. m. Sunday'school; 11 a. cordially invited. All are I.: of Stomach, Gas, most devoted wife and mother,
and sister, bringing into
at both morning and evening serxices.- m Morn1n'gPra'er! arid Sermon (First daughter
Rev. Crawford Jackson, chairman Of| and third J3undars: ,.Holy-.Communion) or any of these forerunners of Indigestion 'I those relatives the love, strength and
the Central Juvenile Protectory iichi 5 p. m. Evening' Prayer and sermon. Lutheran Church. appear Old Dr. Cascaret wants to be right unselfishness of a very domestic na

is working for the erection of homesIn Week days-5 p, m. Wednesdays and German Lutheran ClJ.urch-Rey. J. (n the spot In your pocket. I ture. Her hospitality was so generously
F.
the south to take care of Jeuvenlle Fridays. W. Reinhardt pastor. ''Sundayschool Dr. Cascaret guarantees to cure the I fmost dispensed that the influence of

criminals, will speak at the Palafox Saints Days-10 a, m. Holy Com 9 a. m. English services 10:30a. obstinate cases of Constipation and her presence will be widely MONDAY'
and
munion. m. 7:30: p. m. and'greatly missed. She won all with .
Methodist church both morning and I
evening. St. John's Church, Warrington Scandinavian Lutheran Church- Indigestion, without discomfort or incon whom she came in contact by her,

The order of services at the various Rev. J. R. Bicknell,'priest in charge. Services at 10:30 a. m. and' 5 p. tn." venience. cheery kindliness, ready sympathy and
churches In Pensacola today will beas Services at 7:30'p.: :m. Rev. Helle, pastor. I, His medicine does not gripe nor purge, ; bright: spirit, and her friends were
follows: Century Mluk>n--Rev. J. R, Blck- -.' but exercises naturally tho muscles that legion. As, one of them has remarked A sale Monday of 100 to .

Catholic nell, priest in charge. Services at 11a. First Baptist. lIne the walls of the Intestines and Bowels. j I 'Her" life was a silent force dozen Sample Hats. This
Baptist Church for good.
Sundayschool
St Michael's Church, First 7 m. _
mass I a *
9:30 a. m. The I
Union Young'Peoples -
o'clock children's 9 o'clock! .
; mass ; -- UnWrsaTfstT -" Society will meet at the Want of Exercise weakens and relaxes I II Frank GulnoLThe lot represents this season's -
last! mass 10:30: o'clock vespers and I
;
benediction 7:30 First Universalist Church-East church at 6:30 p. m. No other 'services the Bowel-Muscles, just as it weakens j I remains of Frank Guinot were "
m.
p. newest idea in sail-
today. laid at rest yesterday at 10 a. m. in
St. Joseph's Church-Sunday 7 a. m. Chase street Sunday.'School at 10 a. Arm and Leg muscles. ]'i:
Low Mass and Instruction; S a. m. m. Y. P. C. 1]. 6:30: p. m. All are East Hill Baptist Church, ilth Ave ._.Old. Dr. Cascaret goes directly after I St. Michael's cemetery. The funeral ors, trimmed and un- {.
school cordially invited to attend and Chase Street-Rev. J. W. Sentsr- services were conducted at St. Joseph"sl
Sunday ; 10 a. m. High Mass these Bowel-Muscles. He wakes them up h
,* fit, pastor. Sunday School,,at church.
J 10 a. trimmed.
and instruction; 5 p. m. Vespers Rosary Positivelynever
cold bath would wake I Ii
and Benediction of the Blessed Methodist. m. Preaching every second and fgurth just as a up a lazy 'I' :
Sacrament. Mass during the week is Palafox -Street Methodist Church- Sunday at 11 a. tn. and 7:30( D. ra. person. i FROM 9 TO 10 O'CLOCK. MOM- sold for less than

;'r 7:30 a. m. except on Mondays and Rev. W. Q. Vreeland, pastor, Rev.! Prayer meeting every Tuesday n'gat' Then he works them (through the ;! DAY WE WILL SELL SEAM-SIDE

Fridays, when It Is at 8 a. m. During J. Barney Butler' ,, assistant, Services. at 7:30: o'clock. nerves) till they get so strong from that 11 I I RAWS FOR 25c.F. E. BRAWNER'S i' S2 to S2.50. Monday

May and October Mass is at 8 a. m. 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school West Hill Baptist church, W. Jackson Exercise that they don't need any more i Department Store. '1 cry ._ ,
Confessions In the evenings before 9:30: a. mVJ.. N.. Andrews, Supt,. street-Rev. J. W. Senterfit pas help to do their duty. your choice for 75 cents.
Sundays,Holy Days'of Obligation and Epworth League 6:30: p. m. Home I tor. Sunday school 10 a. m, Preadrj -
first Fridays from 4 p. m. to 9 p. m. Missionary Society will: meet Thurs!j ling every first and third Sunday aLH 1,I,I 50 per cent discountMonday
Baptisms Sundays at 2 p. m. or by day afternoon 3:30Rev.. Crawford[ a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Prayer meeting Heavy dinners, late suppers, whiskey. LONG HOLLOW I IiDcial
[I i all trimmed
ippointment. Jackson, of Atlanta, .chairman of the i every Sunday 7 p. m. Rev E. L. An. wine or beer drinking, nervous excitement on -

Central Jeuvenile protectory, will:i drews, of Covington, Ky., will preach sudden exposure to cold or heat and a dozen hats. Now is
speak both morning and ling. at both services today.Presbyterian.. Journal. your
Episcopal. ve I| other everyday likelihoods tire the Bowel- : to The la
Christ Chvrch-Rev. P. H. Whaley Gadsden Street Methodist Church- i I Muscles. Long Hollow, May 19.-We are still I chance to buy a swell
0. D. Rector. Services will be held Rev. F. A. Rogers,, pastor Regular I having dry weather and rain is badly,
!
i In such cases a little Cascaret in timeis trimmed hat for half
First Presbyterian Church-Rei. needed.
I Julian S. Sibley. pastor. Sunday worth fifty dollars worth of Treatment \IMrs. P.; O. Hinote visited relativesat

.school 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavor later. on, to say nothing of the suffering. CantonmpntJ";" dav and Tuesday.,: price.

Whl\.f Yon Eat : 4:30 p. m. Preaching. at 11 8'm.: discomfort, loss of Business Energy and !DIrs. H. F. Hurst, who is Vr 't
I
and 7:30 p. m. .,loss of Social Sunshine it saves. her daughter here has been qUltesick I i All $15 Trimmed Hats for 7.50
Sunday school at the Stoddart Avenue I but is now convalescent.
Mission at 3:30 p. m. C. F. Zee>c I 'Mrs. S. T. Hunt of Century, return it ft tf it 7.00 '
superintendent All are coralally 'in Little thin enamel Cascaret Box half .f I ed: home Thursday: after a pleasant; 14
vited. I as' thick as your watch round-cornered, I visit to relatives here. I (
-- smooth-edged, and shaped so you don't t Sir. and Mrs. P. 0. Hinote; left yeterday -- tt 12 II 6.00

And What t You DoRelated Christian. notice its presence in your purse or vest- .I for Gait City where they will I t! 10 II 5.00I
I I
First Christian church 43 -E. pocket. be the guests of Mrs. Hinote's father
Gregory street. Sunday school I, Ir. Stewart, for a few days.H. I -
10 a. m., H. J. Mackey, Supt.: Contains six Candy tablets-Price Ten- I F. Hurst of Jay, Fia, visited here i 9 tt tt tttt 4.50 -ii!
Commun'on at 11 a. ;m; 'Prayer Cents a Box at any Druggist's.Be Tuesday and Wednesday. l

meeting-Thursday at 7:30: p.. m. All sure you get the genuine, made only 1 I .Mr..an
Are Very Closely cordially invited.. .by the Sterling Remedy Company, and Tuesday zales. with Mrs. Suggs, Sr., at Gon-I !c

bulk. tablet
never sold in Every stamped
.. Second Church of Christ Sclenti t./ Mrs Henry Klerce has returned Remember these Hats are fresh and clean from ;

Because pure foods cost more'than-adulterated' foods .Is 'no"L .re*son why Scientist Ths Second'-Services Church of 'Christ;: CCC. it it : home visited from her sister Cantonment, Mrs. Hrnote.where she our own work rooms and will be sold as advertised. : I
In cost is every Sunday
iou dealer them. The"ditferenre
should over charge for I' .
you morning at 11 o'clock Wednesday afternoons Mrs. H F. Hurst visited her daughter
never so great as the difference In'value. Here is a list'of pOre, appetizing 3 o'clock. Reading room FREE TO OUR READERS Mrs. Tr M. Henderson, at Musco-
articles from our great stock of good things at your disposal at living .
prices : open dally from 10 a. m. to 3 .p. m.: It baa been arranged to mall free a gee last! week.
: I where Christian Science literature.leantiM little French-designed GOLD- Mrs Bryant of Roberts, was the
Beechnut Pure Jellies, Dodson &: Braun Preserves and 'Jell.les, Dunbars may be had. Room 6 Maso ic'"Tem; PLATED colors trinket, a box handsome, bard-e ornament ameled in, guest of ,Mrs. F. M. Hubbird :Monday Fe Ik's Millinery ,..
Fig L1 >a4ta Chutney pretty.
Preserves by'To -
in jars;
Beechnut Bacon and Beef pie. "I most liberal offer ever made, and we land Tuesday.
and Chili Sauce; Heinz! India: Relieh-jars 15c. 35c.: ,want every reader to have one. Tea T. Hunt of Century was a '
S. "
,
a e e (Mr. -
I eeatt in stamps is asked as a measure
ST. Sale Starts at 8 o'clock.
First Church of Christ, Scientist of food faith and to cover cost box pleasant caller here last Sunday.Mr. 109 s. PALAFOX .
carets with which this dainty la : Dickinson, of Bagdad, visited "
First
EAST GROCERY CO. Church of Christ Scientist, \oadtd
HILL .. Service at 11 a m. Services will :beheld :Send today,'be sort to mention this friends her, ? last week. No Goods.Charged at These Prices .' 1
in the Pensacola Library build?' paper ant write your address plainly. Marti Thos. and.Offie! Hurst were

Phone 212. M. F. BQW.ES'I'Mgr. tog on East Chase street. Chicago Address or Sterling or Yew Remedy Yet*. Company J30, pleasant callers here "Monday.


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Good for Warehouse or I
Salle MARKET-
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Timber Lands; Wlio1esIe.l Site 4Juooo.o I

: : I SPECIAL OFFERINGS
Offering :
ts a'desirab'e lot situated

Lots 13 to 19, inclusive. of block near R. R.. and water front.The ...OF...
I V- "* streets
i *7 property fronts three ;
57, Belmont tract,jnust'be sold. at { has a two story brick "building

1 This class of property i is in great "demand, In Real Estate once. .i :'. upon it. If you are looking for; HOOTOJM WATSON, ,
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;
r t if* site of this kind, this can'tbe., *
: and with the values of We will to the : V
lumber days
increasing move in a few beat.noGts.
$ 800-Lot on North Hill, 60 feet by Rental and Insurance
$ () 10 lots on the R. R. with Leading Real Estate, Agency.
120 deep. One block from car
money invested in timber lands will prove a I I corner of DeLuna and Government '
< two for
line. This is cheap. ; houses renting $13 per

splendid investment. $ 650-A block of 20 lots on East Hill, streets. '"What's .. good enoughfor. .:)! montfi; fairly cose! in., $12,50060-2; store ""buildings and dwellingi; containing 6 rooms, near

j each 40 by 137'' A chance to enougifor; $2700." -30 lots and 4 houses renting Union Depot A fine investment.
others Is -
good Our
j} double your money. us. ... for $23 per month. West King $,500.00-0ne of the prettiest blocks on-East Hill, containing 20 lots,

1 Those intetested in this class of property $1000-A 4 room house, East Romana, present office will then- be for rent. .. Tract, inside of car line. each 40x137 feet.

[ near Tarragona. This will be $900. -Good piece of property fronting $,800.0o-25 very desirable lots on North. Palafox. This is offered
would do well take the with
to matter up us. i i, business property. R. R. on E. Wright St., and for short time only.

iI $ 700-House and lot East Intendencia renting at $10 per month.WANTED $6,300.00r-lflrge. 2-stojcy..dwelling on North Palafox on corner.

lot 40 by 170. $$2,500.00-6 room dwelling N. Hayne St. Lot 80x125 feet.

$1200-Two houses, East Government I $3,350.0INce.: roomy dwelling, with lar'ge lot, stables and out houses

I I I street, each renting $7.00; year.. 'For a cash customer desirable two, in excellent location on DeVilliers St. '

I' ly rents $168; will pay ,14 per HcDavid-Hyer Company, story dwelling, modern conveniences $5OOO.00-Two 'dwellings, in good neighborhood, near car line, on N.

I' cent.$2000For. and on electric car line. Prce: about: Barcelona"St
Agents New York
Pensacola Investment Company two blocks East Hill near $3000 to $3500. ,
Life Insurance Company.S PHONE 54 No, 37 5. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L."
bayou and on proposed exten- ;Money to loan in large or small I
I *. sion of car line. Will be worth E. Government Street. amounts. Ii If f
a. H. D'ALEMBERTE, City Manager.
dovrble when car line is extended. Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. For, Quick Sale, list your property with Ii i ------ --

I W?n. KNOWLES, President R. B. SIMPSON, Secretary.J. I us. i _
n
.L STILLMAN, V.-Pres. ani Gen. Manager. KNOWLISHYIR, Treasurer. $ 50tf one block, East Hill,, north of .
!; Stoddart's. WantedMISS HOTELS. : Mflfl"1OL Oat1t
l. S. BROWN & CO.
Rael Estate, loans, General Investments. $1250 Quarter block, 200 feet front .. wtwwnw_S S'S-W W'- n_ ___

\ ing south by 137% deep, on 16th "We Sell Lots."
Thiesen Building. Hotel MONEY TO LV.u"-'i
MARTHA WHITING will take SUMMER BOIARDERS-:-:Tie 'J"
215 South Palafox Street Pensacola, Florida.
Ave. Hne. A bargain
on car ; spring and summer rows money from Jno. A. :
orders for home made preserves, Hyatt is now open for ha.
overlooks bayou. pickles and jellies. Address 521 N. trade: People who wish to rest Co., 16 E. Government street. \Vh'
$1000-4 lots, one a corner, overlooking SIMi g. Phone 317. 19maylw WANTED. and build up, the Hyatt is the place.1 la need call on us. Sfeb
bayou and bay, near carnee ; --
I Hotel Hyatt is the best and most up- MONEY LOANED on all
kinds .
I" S5 [: A home site. fSJTUATi'ON of
-- good WANTED-By middle beau. pw.Fonal
HONEST Atlanta
WEIGHT AND HONEST to-date hotel north of ;
.. LOOK THESE OVER. BY BUYING I .t property on short notice,
aged-lady, position: house keeperin
k ""'- as
-- DEALING eat good
-Is our motto. All goods tifully located; plenty to ; Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co.
2v.
ANY OF THE ABOVE VACANT hotel
private family or boarding
guaranteed first-class or re water cOQl nights; perfectly Phone 1165.
money spring ;
Romana.
LOTS OR BLOCKS YOU WILL GET house or to care for the sick or J Heb
young
I funded. Orders placed with us, however |healthy; no mosquitoes; no malady; a
A Home Savings I IOVER IN ON: THE "GROUND FLOOR" small, will receive.prompt atten- children. :Address Mrs. H. J., care of home-like place to' rest:; 87 miles MONEY TO LEND: -On good reaT7*

/AND M1AKE SOME MONEY. ASK tion. Get our prices before buying The Journal. 20maylw i north of Atlanta on L. and N. railroad.I tate security, or on good collateral
ANY MAN WHO'HAS INVESTED IN at lowest rates. Leslie E. BrOOke'FIsher
elsewhere. E. B. Hoffman & Son, 57 WANTED.-The public to know that D. M. Hyatt, Proprietor, Ellljay, Ga.
10,000,000 AMERICAN PEOPLE PAY INDUSTRIAL I INSURANCE PROPERTY IN PENSACOLAINTHEUABT E. Gregory St Phon '825. I5m'av. I old newspapers can be bought at I ISmaylm. building. 21 h
TWO YEARS AND HE WILL: '
AND ARE PREPARED FOR THE EXPENSES OF SICKNESS this office: for five cents a bundle. Theyare MONEY LOAMSD! on all .l1J v. ;;:
,I TElL YOU TO BUY. WANTED: : -The public to know 'that all,clean .and nice. OLD MILL. INN,-On bay front. Opens sonal property on.short. notlc
AND DEATH.American I II I j II I FOR RENT. the Pensacola Building Associationhas June 1. Large, airy a ddelightfulIy Terms easy. J. W. Bullard, upstairi! !

5 room house, near depot... ,.: ,$12.50 decided to follow; j te leif of the, cool. Good fishing, bathing and 28% South Palafox St., Phone 1144.
progressive young men who have established FOR: RENT boating. First class table. On electric Sno?
Life Insurance Companyis 6 room house, near depot. ... 16.00 ,
that modern and up-to-date' ".wJtw r UtWW WnWW car line, 1$ mjnutes! ride'from: city. UNLIMITED
FOR RENT :8 room house with Regular boarders and' transients. amount or money to .uaa
thoroughfare, DeLuna treet, and that 1 bath. all kinds of
the only straight life, legal reserve company organized in Florida. LESLIE E. BROOKS they are an up-to-date and modern i Apply at 812 12th St. -. ISmaylw* Terms reasonable. Address' Old Mill on Special rates to business personal men property.on large

firm; and have taken offices Inn, Pensac91 ;).la. 4may
: loans. The New York Loan Co.
HOME OFFICE, TAMPA. CAPITAL STOCK $500,000 20i
Phone 462 Fisher Building at 210 DeLuna St., and are FOR RENT-Two story 8 room house, South Palafox.

ISSUES ENDOWMENT AND LIFE POLICIES FROM $50 TO $10,000 ready to serve the public in with gas, hot and cold water. and all MOUNTAIN' VIEW HOTEL-Clarices-
the building line. General contracting other modern conveniences. Addressor yule, Ga. Nestling among the moun-

Pensacola Office: Brosnaham Building HELP WANTED and repair work a specialty, plans I apply 41 E. Chase street. 10mayFOR ,! tains of North Georgia. An ideal place LOST
to rest Scenery and .climate unsur .
o. IJ -- and specifications furnished with estimates S J-u-u-LrJ1nrnrLro-LrJw.rumru-nru-nnrrjt.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY car on short notice. Jas. M. RENT Elegant two-story reSI-j passed. Beautiful walks and drives.: LOST Mouse color (grey) cow, May

penters, $2.50( to $3. Q; woodturner, Johnson, Mgr., L. Redenback, Asst dence, corner Strong and Sprin:?Sts.i 365 feet piazzas. Accessible to many! 17th from premises of Chas. Ahren.,
foreman Mgr. 8m y Apply .to C. H. Turner. lOmay points of interest No, .mosquitoes. 32 east Romana St. Horn on left ,il j >
$3.25 blind, sash and door ,
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FOR SALEAll $60 I Excellent table. 19maylm bent. Uberal reward for return :.>
I $4. All for Tampa; free transports FOR SALE-One grocer's refrigerator I
WANTED-Second owner. l9mals'
tions from any point; a year's work baM furniture capacity 200 Ibs. Cheap. ApplyD 1
ktnd of real estate for sale or Per lot buys 12 New City lots. Others guaranteed. Boat sails from Mobile bought and sold. Ring phone 754 .. J. Cunningham, Romana and .Railroad BROWN HOUSE DeFuniak Springs.I
rent North Hill and East Hill vacant near sell for $15 to $100. This Is 'a about Tuesday 22nd inst. Our fees $5 or call at 112 S. Tarragona St. H. C. Sts. 2may. Good beds, airy rooms, elegant LOST Gold square medal, with hi! :.

lots. Some very choice ones at genuine bargain for some one. I Also, want for other places O'Hara. 2may meals; free bath and sample rooms. enamel on face, and engraved ou
good bargains for homes or investment $3200.Bu's I i per man. rt Special attention, tor traveling men.r back. Reward for return Sol Calm &
filers machinists, engineers RE.'IT-Two desirable
SURETY ON
sawyers, BONDS-The American FQR very
a full bock! of 20 lots, between'car Rates $2.00 per day. J. R. Brown, Co.'s store.LOSTJersey. 17 n'a.-
first floor of :
and stores.on
millwrights, bookkeepers stenog- Surety Company, of NewYork..> is ; Manhattan
R. R.
One large ]Jot on good factoryor '
line: and Bayou Texar. Fine viewof Those for Tarn hotel,. Corner .Garden and Prop.
warehouse site. One water front raphers. Act quick. prepared to execute at this city without Baylen. r
bayou I I cow, strayed from
that could make and bay. pa work better wire us, your expense. delay Bonds and Undertakings required Just completed and arranged in first
purchaser
lot a no HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES premises of Col.! T. V, Ksa,[lpr
.m!
American Registry Co., Mobile, Ala. in the courts and for class shape. For terms, particulars,
mistake to buy. One 40-acre farm the per -Before laying your carpet or matting Bay Shore Horns tipped with bra.-,
ana one of 160 acres, both near Pen C. R. YAEGERNo. 20ma '1'\V. formance of contracts. Wm. D. Howe, etc., apply Hooton & Watson. 29Apr buy a supply of old newspapersto 1 Leberal reward for return to 0,1 n. 1mal7'

,sacola. WlAJ.VIED-Good nurse. No small attorney, 14% E. Government St. FOR RENT-After May 1, furnished' to put underneath and protect it. Only .' If

Four choice brick: business houseson 202 Theisen Bldg. Phone 686. children. Apply at 619 N. Palafox. 2maylxn.WANTD.AIi- cottage at "All Bay." Address' Box'I five cents a bundle at this office. LOST-Round gold brooch with fli-
Palafox St. for sale. Fine investment 815 Pensacola.
20may. 28apr
Few choice offices klnfls or electrical mond setting. Finder return to .
for rent.property. For Farm Turpentine or WANTED: --(Men $91.00 monthly made work. I sell all kinds of electrical FOR RENT-Second story over Lin- FERKELL HOTELV-Sneads, Florida. H. C. Journal office and receive' .-

Turpentine men all get rich, and I I passing bills, tacking signs, etc. Life batteries and other electrical supplies. denstruth's Jewelry store. Suitable Rates $2.00 per day. Nice" rooms, liberal reward. 16m..>.
have good turpentine business for Timber Lands business. No canvassing. Continental When you need me ring 345 or 955. for offices, sleeping quarters or storage good beds, table the best. J. M. Fer-

sale cheap. 15 crops boxes plenty LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall I Distributing Service? Chicago HI. It' E. W. Peake, ,new Star Laundry building 'rooms. Lee Daniell. 24apr rell, Prop. 17apr

round timber lease on which together on or Address WAS'I'ED-Two: : traveling salesmen E. Garden. ISdec. FOR RENT-8-r09m. 2-story Cottage' For Sale

with boxes good seven years longer. Turner & Aymard 'Wanted in each state; salary $125 COURT HOUSE'DYEING Pressing :S18 W. Belmont Apply to Walker HOTEL VERNON-Rates-week. $2 per day.
Write or call and see schedule of month and expense. Samples free; and Cleaning Club 212 N. DeVtl1 rs Ingrabain. April20 Special rate by Special at- : 'FOR SALE-22 foot gasoline launch 5

property.H. Real Estate and Abstrat Co. Experience unnecessary California St., Mrs. T. J.Davis, Prop. Your patronage tention'to traveling men. Free sam H. P. engine. W. A. Brunei. W, .
P. O. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs, Fla Cider & Flavoring Co., !Box 1347, St. solicited; satisfaction guaran BINGHAM: has storage room for ple room. Mrs. J.- P. Mauldin, Prop. rington. 20ma 1 1\\:

T. CRAWFORD Louis, :Mo.WM4TED25. teed. Careful attention given ladle rent suitable for furniture or other ISapr.
Phone 1222. goods, 104. and 106 South Tarragona
saw mill hands and as garments. gfeb FOR SALE-Good
mule for sale. I I/ s-
3151a! South Palafox Street. Pensacola St.! Andrews and many railroad hands. Apply at 813 WANTED-We want your orders for St. Phone 630 JOnorWANTED. HOTEL American SOUTHtN-Open all the lie E. Brooks. gOmajlw I
and European plan.
I N.Alqaniz: Sl, Monday a.m.,the 21st,, 1907 ,Art Calendars. Over 300 original .-Real Estate for sale pi year. rates. First-class ,
23. Geo. R. designs to select from. rent, leas- or exchange. Your business Special summer in
Gulf Steamship Co. or Wednesday p. m.. May All respect. Pleasant and FOR SMJB-'Wagon nearly new: ::-
conven-
Gaithe. 19may prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensacola. respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson every T. L. Bowen inch tires. Will sell] for cash ori:
Mrs. Pen-
ient. Prop.
DIRECTORYII STEAMIER TARPON.W. : Real Estate Agent, 22% W. Government time. G. E. Bredt 9th i
WANTED\ young lady to act as coffee sacola, Fla. 15apr cor. AVP. .1:

I .;. ;3ARHOW Master. demonstrator. She must under OLD HATS MADE NEW- 16eb'l street, Room 7. Salisbury 12th St. 20ma, 1 lw.

Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. FIRST-CLAL PASdENliUil< AND stand coffee-making and be a good and Straw hats cleaned pressedand building. Phone 172. 23Jan THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy rooms, ---0

Jotpa: Lodge, No.6, 1. 0. 0. F.. FREIGHT SERVICE talker. Must be respectable and neat. blocked. Panama 50c ,straw hats good beds. Free baths and sample FOR SALE' -Second hand Colunv> .1

meets every Tuesday evening at 7:39 -Detwwll- Address in own handwriting P. O. 25c felt hats 35c. Work guaranteed. Mlsoellaneuos room. $2 per day. Special' attention I wheel with coaster brake. App' >'

o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall. Belmont PENSACOLA. MOBILE APALACHK Box 464. lSmay2t Victor Louis, 100 E. Intendencia. J..uww wJfw tc traveling men. J. R. Brown Prop., 904 N. Baylen. Onia.t.<

and Baylen street. Visiting brethrenare COLA, CARRABELLE. ST. ANDREWS W\-\NTED-An\ experienced man for SANTA ROSA-PavIlion DeFuniak Springs. Fla.! ISmarlm
24 aprlm L. S. S. of.
cordially Invited.T. I MILLVlLLE.And WAN'1ED-To
soda fountain and confectionerystore fers the best accommodation for sell, a fine pet ma wing
H. FLEETWOOD N. G. all points on St Andrews Bay, etc. 'In good country town; WANTED.-Electric work of alt kind. bathing and recreation to be found CENTRAL HOTEL, CHIPLEY-Op. bird, one year old; fine singer; Ma-,'

J. W. GINGLES, Sec. ,Carrabetie and Apala hlcola. must be a hustler and of good habits.I Let us ctean! your fans. reair::: your the Gulf of Mexico. Launch Leclair on depot Large. and well lighted' what you are willing to pay for such a

31Jan6m. SCHEDULE Give reference. !Address., care of dynamo do jour wiring etc. Pan 'leaves city wharf daily at S:00 a. m. rooms. Free sample room. Meals at'! bird. Address Mrs. Hattie Flomn .
Leave FeiiS&cota Sunday, .:30 p Journal. 570. Pensacola: Electric Co.. 205 S. all hours. Special attention to trav-1 I Lockhart, Ala. ISmajU-1.I I
Pensacola 16maylw Phone 659. Chas.
for Mobile, Ala. H. Burton, Mgr, I _
m. Baylon. eltog! meu. $2.00 per day. J. M. Tug.
Pensacola Lodge No. 3, K. of P. Leave Pensacola, Tuesday 8:30 p. AN'IED-Min and boys wanted to 12may.- _. gle, Prop. ISmarlm FOR SALE-Fine piece of land ell! >
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meets every Monday evening at 8 a., for St. Andl ewe, Mlllviiie, Aptlac'alcola learn plumbin'g, plastering, brick WANTED.-Ths Merchants Transfer If you will look around-the house, to city. Phone 285 II"-1
o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall Carrabelle and intermediatt laying. Special offer life Jcbol r- Co. wants your moving and bauUnt you will find a lot of ways in which CHIPLEY HOTEL-kJarl: Setterlind, E. Gadsden. or call l9ma.1-at 1 *

over Pou stable W. Intendencia St.YisiuDg points. ship fifty dollars, easy payments: All breakage guaranteed, T. B. Tuor- you can use old newspapers. You Prop. Special attention to commer-j:
brethren cordially welcomed. For additional Information apply tj position and union card guaranteed: sea Prop. Phone 978. ISJunelm them in cial travelers. Free sample and bath
can buy
.- J. A. KIRKPATRICK, C. C. J. R. SAUNDKRS.E. free catalogue. Coyne Bros.. Trade any quantity at this I' rooms. Large rooms with good beds.]i FOR SAI/E-Second band iiprnV:
office. i
H. HORSLER. K. of R. & S R. COBB. Pmident Schools, New York, Chicago; St. Iuia.l5mayly. SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANT. They are put up in bundles, $2 per day. 13marlD1 piano in good condition. A bareari!
GeL Frt. and Pass. Agt-- ED-Highest price paid for gents' I convenient to carry and sold at five I II r n, f Apply 409 W. Garden St. 1 isnwy
I Pensacol Fla. I cents per bundle.PANAJASPanamas. BAY HOTEL. -Open algit and
Sell hand day.
SOLICITOR WANTED To solicit for clothing only. second goods. I FOR .
SALE-Some
Meetings of good paying sn <
4tth the suits for rent, 9 E. Intendencla. and straw hats European plan. Rooms light and
Dress .
Ji Knights of Columbusare .the Modern Workman of the World. I clean. Transient trade in western bank. Will transfer i '
cleaned, bleached and blocked by solicited.
Will -
held at their hall ( pay you weekly benefits In case WANTED The peoples to"know thatI expert workmen. Leave hats atFreid-: 575-579 8. Palafox. JM. S. Nlcolao, good property if location Is submit ,l'
No. 8 West Intenden. i iMSVILLLAr4ERR.llAU1 RRI of sickness or accident. Takes care don't want all the clock and watch erIckson's tailor 34 Prop. interested address. H. A. LFX.;
shop S. Palafox[
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J. cia street, on every" ; of the balance of the family In case repair work in town but just enoughto St. Box 3, Pensacola, Fla. 16ma\;: '

: ; A9' Monday evening at of death. The best fraternal organization keep me bnsy. Drop me a card or 6maylm I NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Tho -5
7:30 o'clock. in the country. Apply at No. Geo. B. MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE i
An In- call at 600 E. Jackson. Ivy. Board and
Rooms. wishing to make successful
V.Vitatlon; is extended 323 W. Zarragossa street, Between 9 15maylw* Mattresses made to order; old ones! ___, a run
SJLflJ
-- should supply themselves Kith a t10': '
Lt visiting Knights. I a.in.and3p.m. renovatei. New ticks famished.
JOHN B. JONES i WANTED TO RENT OR BUY a small Second, hand furniture bought and FOR RNT-Orie 'or' tra .newly furnished .. tie of PLUTO. Now is the season 'o

FOX Grand Knight'' WANTED-Good cook Apply at of- cottage on water front. Either on sold. Upholstering! and repairing done. front rooms;:southern} expos- prepare your stomach and I Iff'.
Recorder. I 'fice McDavid-Hyer Co. '13may bay shore or on one of the bayous. Ad- 114 E. Belmont St., city, phone 771. ure; with privilege of phone. Loca- against all diseases. Pluto will do

II I dress H. B., care Journal. 9may Davis :Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis, Mgr. tion desirable and near'business' center -. For sale by all druggists and gror'-rs
I- ; 422 W Gregory. I13maylw wholesale by Jas McHugn.
I WANTED-Everyone i to know that WANTED.-Hauling anatransferwork. J
Daughters of Rebekah. The Journal has nice, clean.pld papers Office phone 363; residence TAILORING-B. L. Diamond, Tailor. I'I :
Naomi Lodge. No. 10 for sale cheap. Only five, cents phone 390. Acosta & White, %%-28 N. (gent clothing cleaned, pressed and FURNISHED: ROOMS Centrally 'lo FOR SALE Fine pot flower--
Daughters of cated. Best I I Apply 1408 E. Gadden St. :
meets ra bundle. Tarragona St. 25mar. repaired on short notice. No. 11% rooms in the city; cool, or pw
Rebekah every Monday night West Government St, clean beds. Apply 128% East Gov- 853 6-rin'gs. :Mrs. J J. Rogers
at 8 o'clock in I. O. O. F. hall. Visit. MATTRESSES RENOVATED New Pensacola. Fla
lug sisters cordially'invited to be pres :- \. 4 WANTED-A: food nurse. Apply C. tick furnished if desired. Guaran Idee. ernment, St. 4maylm ISmaylm.-.
H. Turner, corner Strong and Bay- I I I
ent. len Sts. 8may teed. Crapet taken up and mattinglaid J, H. PORTER, sallmaker: 716 South THREE PLEASANT ROOMS to rent FOR SALE-Fine hotel site; bps '*
MUS..B. R. WITKOVSKI' if desired. Leave orders at Palafox street. Orders taken for with privilege of .light house keepIng uat'cn in the city for a tourit n >-

MISS WILLIE KENDRICK, Sec. WANTED-First-class barber.* for colored Green & Watson. Phone 193. 7mar tents, awnings, camp stools and house 301 W. Chase. Sapr tel 130 feet fronting south by 17. f- "-

trade. Ring 101h-( ring or WANTED-To sell a lot of old papersat cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan, I I deep on East Government streei, overlooking -

M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first and call at Sylvester Campbell Store,near 5c a bundle. Apply at this of SHIP CHANDLERS McKinzIe Oeri- NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for rent Seville square and Ada&s:

third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. dummy depot, Warringtpa. Fla. fice. They are all whole, clean and: lug &' Co.. wholesale and retail ship I on North Hill car line; location street with opei view of Pen'aco-a

H.. Rafford Hall, No 10. West Inten. 24 apr!. nice. chandlers arid 'grocers, only first-class I I very desirable. Apply 208 W. Galsdenstreet lay, $10,000 will buy the prop/ It)'.

fiencia street. A. G. FELL Pres. ; WANTED-To buy old gold and gil-- house. .of kind: In city. 'Fair prices to alL 25april. lap -5--

jer, broken up- stuff i regardless of 'UPHOLSTERING: PLEASANT place to'
MILTON board North
J. L. SWEENEY. Sec. WANTED SHOP- on WANTED-To loan money on your
THROUGH SERVICEVIA w-ww ,----J sizes. Cash paid. Lightman &; Klein. I' 'Willie JJim!y Proprietor. Furniture Hill on car line. Address No.8, watches, Jewelry and personal ef f.
106 E. Wright Phone 1127. 'repairing of all kinds, care Journal. 27mar so'.i
carpets fects.
old
W..llo'TED-To hear from, some one Highest cash price for
Pensacola Lodge No. 4, 1. 0. 0. F. L. & N, E. & T. H. and C. & E. I I. I that wants a New International Encyclopedia WANTED-AU owners-of poultry to laid, furniture packed for shipping- I and silver. LJghtman! & Klein! 1b E.-
Pensacola Lodge No. 4, L 0. 0. P., know that we are agents for the celebrated } Phone 63. Next to Tampa Landing. Old newspapers at.five cents a bundleat ,:right. Phone 1127.
Vestibuled! Trains cash or credit. J. B. _
Through Dally / I I this office. _
They are all
meets every Thursaarvenlng at 7:30 2 22April clean
NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO fL r Vaddell, Box 618, phone 668. Conkey's Poultry Remedies nice. FOR SALE-Nice, clean old np-x..p1'
hall Belmont and
it the new on and Bayle"streets. THROUGH. SLEEPERS DAY COACHES 16may2wWANTED. Guaranteed to cure rupe, cholera CARRIAGES. repaired and repainted. pers. All whole and useful aT '.
Visiting brethren cordially NEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO I gape and to kill fleas; lice: and mites. Floats built to order. Horse shoeIng or in your store. Only five cenTP i'-
invited. E. GREENBLATT DINING CARS SERViNQ ALL MEALS EN ROUTE' in Also their wonderful egg producer F. r J. G. Welsh Carriage I
-To buy one or two lots a specialty. bundle.
J. NEVILLE. Secretary. I i. O.H.BlLUUNa.P.A. S.L IOOEiS.fie. !!.At good locality and not too far- oUt. I r S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. 234. I Co. 27feb Escambia Lodge, No. 15, F.: & A. M.
I Y1IYLLL illite H W,11C. TINS Regular communication FOR SALE-Second hand 25 H i'
W. O. W. j.WJ! State.price, terms and.full particulars: ISapr. REGULAR HACK LINE-From Chip- Escambia: Lodge; ,No. 15. F. boiler. Will sell cheap. App!:> ,)
in first letter. Address,.- M., care NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to exchangefor connections A I ::
with
making mall M. New
ley; & A. will be held Monday Method Laundry.
No. 1 W. 1) I
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Live .
Journal 9may East Address P. ba.1
lot.on. HilL St.
'meets ia 'Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd SEA ISLAND SHEETING 25 launch for points on' Andrew evening, May 21st, a'l FOR S'ALE-Lady'S saddle. :tra

:Wednesdays ia each month. Visiting YARDS. $1.00., NO ONE OVER ONE W& 'TED-The public to-' know that 0. Box 207. 30mar Extra teams for traveling men. Good 7:30 o'clock. Visiting (brethren -fraternally good; fine Shepherd do'g: -o'' '
;j' do all' kinds of repairing -CR.-Bingham! wants horses, comfortable vehicles. Call on invited. ..' ''
f sovereigns cordially in lted. CUT. .. we can WANTED. brand new Century Encyclopedia, :: ,
! F. A. BOGHICH C. C .. F. E. BRAWN ER'S float building, horse 8hoeingr etc... "J. your moving and hauling. He gnu' or address J. C. Sinclair", Chipley, F1a.r C. .D.. BEYER, W. M. Dictionary. Address 1102 East ('a ;.,

; LESLIE E. BROOKS Clerk. Department Store. G. Welst Carriage Co. _JTfeS antees all breakage. Fiona 630. r Telephone, No 74. 28apr W. G. DAILEYSec, .' : den St., or phone 285. "md,'



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,I On Your Money Isn't Buenos Ayres. i COMMISSION BROKERS t.# I il:

VESSELS
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Bad" Is It? .; Br Steamships.Gapenor ss Luke 1651, Porto Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and Chicago. f :1. t. .

Prayo. to Biz M, Robinson. ,, |, H t ,

Clematis! Belgian ss, 2267 Leenaers, L
The investments we offer :you here will bring you in that, besides Navar Stores. Antwerp, to S. P. Shotter &; Co. | COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS it: :" :

Save both by conferring with use I the property will also increase .value. 1A. good real estate invest Savannah, Ga., May 18.-The naval 1 xmoor, Br ss Storehouse. 2297, |
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when out to 'buy REAL ESTATE See ment is the safest thing in the world. market cloa d today follows Siadiera. to Hyer Bros. 1 ::
us about some of the following: 4 houses all in good condition on North "A" street renting for Stores.480 as to 4 9S'vP. : Tampa Gracia to, Gulf Span Transit 83 Ruiz Co., 2122 Port Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. ee I: : 1: :
Store N. DeVillier street rentingfor $20.( Five lots.fco with houses. :A 13 per cent. investment. .$1800 .475 toi 90 0 f
Ida Span sg 2267 Liverpool to S.
$180 per : .$1500 One house. No. 711 North "F" street, lot 42x150 feet rents for i ,
; N.4 70 to. 75 Reference t.
P. Shotter &; Co. i : First national and Peoples Baaks. Phone 1173 :
House on North "C" street cheap '$5.00 per month; house in good condition, a 17 per cent investment M.. .' 465to475 Kirfewood Br Tulloch ?

.' $600 . .... t .. .". . .. . . .$350 K. .. .. .,.. 65 o cfe Janeiro, Keyser ss J952.&; Co. Rio .NN1...NNN1...N.N..N11N.NN4 ....i.N..NNiy 1f.j; ..lf .3!
House on East Ara'gon street only Three houses on East Romana street; all in good condition and I. .. .. .4 60 Louise Ger ss 1480, Bohndorf Antwerp 4 ,. rtt ,>l .. ;,
.$650 good renters. Renting for $14 per month; 15 per cent investment H. . .. .. .. .. .450tp455 to J. Schreyer. .J->. .rt.,. \;, ,
98''acres of good farming land a .. .. . .. .., ? . . . . .$1100 G.445to4524; Teodoro de Larrlnaga: Br ss, Carroll ..'".t.'.'"{"." '... ,:r. ..,!
bargain at .$1000 Four' houses on North Hayne- street with 12 lots; houses sold F .440 to 4 50 2998, Manchester to Gulf Transit ?' 'p ,I
Four blocks in West King Tract tinder, coattact-for '$3200 :bringing jn $28 per month.$2800 E.430 to 4 40 Company I g; j' ';
.. $1000 One house and lot No. 504 N. "G" in t.I';: ;! 1- .f F
street house new and good D. . -.4 15 Verbena, Br. ss. 1504. Mann Nor.
We have numerous other it proper condition. (Renting; for, $6 per month . . .. .. .$600 G. 3 85 to 3 95 folk, to H. Baars &; Co.Ships. ForeignExchange.
ties listed with us and would pay Hhi
before Two houses on the southwest corner of DeVilliers and Strong .Spirits Turpentine &9 cents.
you to consult us making your streets. Renting for $14 per month. Good renters and in good repair '. [

investmentWe ... .. .. ..... .,.. .. ... ...... ... ? .. ,." .. .. .. ....$1150 AUSLEY A C0.'8 REPORT! ". ir J i. !
are in receipt of advices from Canara, ItL ship 1495, Repetts, Ge- ."i" : j ,
the fire insurance companies represented .' SOME NICE HOMES. Liverpool Cotton Market, noa, to Master. ; .i ti. I

by us "That all losses in Cal Jan...J"b...................................Ok. G.U*. Harvest Queen, Brit ship, Forsyth,. d.i .?.R." 1 .IWE
ifornia conflagration will be promptly. Six rooms and hall cottage on East Gadsden street nice ner h. rt1).X.r....,................. ....,....... 8.72 Rio Janiero to order. issue drafts and cable transfers to t. ;
paid and that THEY WILL CONT1NUE borhood gas bath block from car line. .. .. . ?$1800 MatA prA................................. Ophelia, Nor ship, 1127, Larrsen, upon > ; c I
TO FURNISH ABSOLUTE. ', North Hayne street. 7 room and hall cottage, close in, large lot, April-May.......,.-. 5.47MiyJuu. Dunkirk. all foreign countries, payable in such !J .1
INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY : modern convenience, good neighborhood .. . .$2500 ......... 6.97 -' as is used in that
FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE FOR i every luna-Jalr .........H.-....,...*, .... 8.68 Barks. money country. l"i. / I
ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS. i ON LITTLE, BAYOU; 5 ,room and hall cottage, lot 100x140, front lur-.Luruft! ....................... .... ....5Qa I
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Protect your home and business I Jng on the water !House i in fine condition .. .. .. ..,.. .$1500 ABfiut-8.j>t.mb.*.......... /6.94 Antigua Nor bk 1348, Ferguson LETTERS of credit issued available in all Jf: I
........ New. Orleans to A. Zelius.
against loss by fire by insurhlg'wit; geptoater-OatotMr 1.80OrioberOT lands. J.
us. +rab4! ........ .175: Dharwar, Sweed bk., 1271, Olssen, r" t.f 1" .I
'> Fishervifle ]loTber.Dea.mb.)t ., .,(.71 Rio Janeiro to H. H. Boyer.
DeawS.ra.A4+R I,.!..>. ,.,.......?.....5.71 King Malcolm, It bk Gufi, 12S3 Ge- I gAFETY Deposit Boxes for rent, in connection .l tlt1':1w1th :
ESCAMBIft REALTY CO. Nice building lots;.on ,,the water and thecae line from $175 to $300 Liverpool Qpotg,Ala loa to Huges & Co. which there is a private. room where "-. t' i

2041/2( S. Palafox Street .-No dust here. Nice, cool :and pleasant. Lots 11th, MA3CBNT Luisa, Ital! bk. 1591, Montano, from depositors look over the contents of their : f'
york' may : f .1{
Telephone 1052. ? TRACT West of "C'' also for sale fit* Cotton Market. Nolloth to master. 4
OpM High Low OtoMM lake Erie It!. bk. 928, Bas- boxes their leisure
: Efigan at : J
General agents for State, for Home t :I
Life Insurance Co., of New York. Car Line is We Are Told January 10 10.66 W.64 10.86 som to Master. .!f..p; ,t..' !
The to :
Going Goulding
; KIT 11.49( H.43 11.40 11.3Jut Port Sonoclan, Uruguay bk, 1112, 'f .t t 1'S J
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r- T 11.17 11.19 .
f 11.14 11.17 Ferres, Mentevideo to German American -
For Sale K this is true here are 10 lots) on North Baylen street' for $2500 that Aafut 10.92 10.9 18.91 10.91 Ltir. Co.
will bring $350 in a very'short time. They are beauties. Ike* us September 10.63 10.68 10.66 IO.W Paalo Angelo, Ital bk 1136, Bezzo.
take. you out to see Ot k>ber...,>.f..4.10.U lU.IUS jaouD Precursors Ital bk, Schiafflno 1508 'laf. i F
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FOR SALE-One Empire Candy .MB>lr....10,57 1063 Jfl.67 10.6021.w
Floss machine, at a bargain. G. P, them.FOR York!! o$.. U-95 Genoa to Rosasco Bros FIRST NATIONAL BANK
RENT. Rebecca Am bk 491
Montgomery, L. B. 232 Marianna. Fla., Crowell. Daw .
Porto Rico to J. I. Kelly & Co. t ..i
_16maylw 222: North Spring '7 rooms, modern? .,. ..' .. ... .. .. ..$30.00 .Whut.; Sterling' No bk, Ellepsen, Labita : r Y-- ..
FOR SALE-A lot of old newspapers.Put 900 East Jackson 8 rooms mOdern. .. .. . .. .. ? 25.00 .Opn High Low OOMCera Bay to order. OF PENSACOLA, FLA. (J ,f .
..... l.f
up in bundles convenient for 806 N. DeVilliers! 6' rooms, modern... .. .. .. .. ..". .. ... .. 17.50 Mal.-.:........ .82.8414.4 847 I.i 844 84 j,. 1 '
carryirfg. Only five cents per bundle. ;18 N. Spring 5 rooms, modern: ? .. n. .. .. ,. +. .. ... 15.00 July. 5231 BSK Schooners. W. H. KHOWMS,Pre a. W. K. HTBB.JR.,V.-Pre. and CnHiar.T .r;'t 1.
Apply this office. . .. ; W, BREST and W. N. ROBBRTS. Asst. Cashier. _. '.
313 N. Alcanlz, 6 rooms .. ., . .. '., 15.00 :i
? Open High Low Cta Di ICTOBS-F. C. $ W. A. Blount, W. H. Knowlw W. K. '
m : rent Jr
Annie M. Brit schr. Hyer f
397 .f
Carter, "'!
xR SALE-500 good second hand 405 W. Chase, 4 rooms ? ... "",.. ,. .. .. .. .. .. '.. .. .. 10.85 ..,..,. <8M ** 43 48tfN D. Q. Brent i
barrels,suitable for salting and pack 1015 N Davis, 4 rooms, bath, t' .. .. . .. . . 10.00 1ely. _. .......47I'7. 'Ti' 4714 Mantos to J. A. Merritt & Co. 'ill i if .
ing fish apd all other purposes;: ; We 1304 N. 'Davis. 4 rooms. :0. ... :: .. . .. .. .. .. .. ,. 10.00S14 .-" Annie F.Havana Kimball, Amer ach, 337. t eFr'l.

buy, repair and sell all kinds second E. Intendencia, 4 rooms ..... ... .. .. .. .. ? .. 10.00 .w York Stock Market Sweetland Donna Christina to Am master.sch, _. ---- '?". ;\..
hand barrels. Vucovich Cooperage .. '". .. .. McLeod { ,.
.432' East Imtendencia, 6 TOCtnS", .. .. ? $10.00 i Opea QOM 165, Cardenas. -
Co., 9 S. AlcanJz St. Phone 235; residence 431 East Intendencia; 6 rooms. ... ..... '. ? .. $10.00 8oahwnFao1Ldc.: .....,..,.. 65 '6i% '
phone 591. 17maylm 820 N. 6th Ave. 6 rooms. .... . .. .?. ? .. .. ?? .?. ? $10.00 Oopper....\-...,!
FORSALE-One white hall boat, 1 Sx 111 N. Cevaltas, 4 rooms. ..... .% ... .. .' '. . j 8.00 A. 8.R..........,..,....1514; 1351A1ch i Hm
?ti..........'.?'"......... 88% 89A.B.
8 ft. In first-class condition. Apply -1 ,. .., ... U54! 1553 JUST IN-A BIG LINE OF .
Denomination
I 1000.00 Each.
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to'C. P. Gonzalez, Bohemia, Fla.: 1. THE CELEBRATED BUCKSKIN : 1 !
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR SALE. &R T...- 83IL asp ; ;
ISmaylw*_ B.A 0 .?.". 107H 107J4rl BREECHES. EVERY PAIR GUAR. Dated Jan., 19Q6. Maturing Jan. t, 1 836. Redeemable Jan 1,1926. ." : ;.

CITY MAPS FOR .SALE-Hooton &I THE{ COLLECTION OF RENTS, A SPECIALTY ... .... 43'fi -4Q.l. ANTEED. Interest Semi-Annually. <
Watson .have just received a large ........."u.-.5.: ..... 9% t01a) F. E. BRAWNER'S Payable P Ji:t 5
.........r..n.st 'Department Store, {; \, \
V7. g. : 4034 40%
supply of the l latest city maps, showing I; THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY, Utl., yr f.ned.' ...{... 10iJ-i 105% We Offer For Sale These Bonds Subject to

all of the subdivisions. The maps are B.....,...,...,....... ...,.... 981 >SS" '" CHILDREN'S ACHES. .lff'
.
official and down to date and are.'I .206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. PHONE:: L.A ...,.........:1.."*.*.,>.v 14* 145 Prior Sale, in Amount to 1): \) 1} :'
mounted on heavy linen. Regular LM4........................ rr}( 76t i ..
price, $2.50; special price on lots of I K,P............................. S3% 9s;; Ifekg !Ian Whether. OF Not They Are Suit Purchaser. f.::tfi.'
five or more to agents or real estatemen. 1441...............::.... ....p No Sale '. Rhe m tio Fnini. ,', a
Hooton & Watson._8may' .-......- .. OlD. ... tOO 100 Rheumatism is much more frequentin Correspondence -
FOIL SALE Large ice box suitablefor 'Z : N,I,0 .o.,....,1393 139 .' children than in grown people especially
P.O.,.........j..t........,....... No Sale.14'p'G : that form called acute rheuma \
grocery store or market and ... ............ OvrPENSACOlA\f
,....... .. 131" 131sas tism. Many times the symptoms of ,THE PEOPLE
soda good fount condition., with 20 Will syrup sell cups.cheap All'or in The Earth is For SaleA B.I.................................. l 7"No Sale 118i! rheumatism in children are attributed. ,

exchange for other property. Apply tf.B.' 87H 873 to growing pains when ia reality rheumatism : 5.;!,> '

T. J. Bucey, 1021 Ninth[ avenue. Startling Statement, T.C.L................. .... No Sale la developing. It ha? been esti! PENSACOLA, FLA. :" :l-j:'
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Tmaylm* P.noa... ..........:...........1823 132% mated that at least 25 per cent of the .; .
FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire ,but it is true, and) we are assisting in parceling out dear old terra (,1of"........ _.......... ...... U9 14&4 Children in our hospitals are there be '. ".;. [ .
hogs; best of breeding. Ask for firma. We are now offering pine and hardwood Umber land paw ?nuSeof rheumatism.: As is.weU knswu, No. 5603. ,
catalogue. Carl Setterlind, Chipley, :mill and turpentine locations: grazing and agricultural lands and MONDAY WE WILL SELL A. F. C. acute rheumatism [ia children is liableto C. W. LAMAR President. JOHN PFEIFFER, Assistant Cashier. ';' ?.i ,.,'
Fla. town property! ..We have a 25000 acre proposition in saw mill tim GINGHAMS, SHORT LENGTHS, heart disease from whicb M. E. CLARK,Vice-president and Cashier. J. W. ANDREWS, Assistant Cashier. '. :.. !
ber that is a bonanza. If you have any lands of the above classes:; ,. YARD.F. produce
ONLY 5c PER
FOR SALE--Nice, clean old newspa- list them with us, and .they will soon be sold. We can sell your .tur MONDAY the child rarely recovers. The patient
pers at five cents a bundle. This of. pentane place to be delivered next winter. E. BRAW NEK'S may live several years, but is aa invalid THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK f.i:;:

fice._ We are sole agents for all the real estate of the new town of Department Store. and there is little hope for his ,

FOR SALE OR RENT Two lighters; Lyndiola, nestling beside a chain of turquoiseblue lakes besides the I entire recovery. Therefore it is very OF PCNSACOLH, FLA. it } .
one with-capacity for 75 thousand ft. B. C. & St. A. railroad Also! for the real estate in the new seaside Important that rheumatism in children DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. ; ,:, .r
lumber, the other thirty thousand ca city of Bayou St. Andrews, now being laid off at the terminus of the Household L ak.. should be guarded against in every .;. r. !
pacity. Rates reasonable Also two B. C. &. St. A, railroad Pn the far famed St. Andrews Bay, which has Dried fruits left tin rotected to possible way.There CAPITAL STOoK, $200,000. SURPLUS $$60.000. 'l.. :>;,. !
skiff beats: for sale cheap, 22 ft. long, been justly'designated'as "The Naples of the South." In fact, if it's; become wormy, are three things that mothers DIRECTORS. ; "< .'

5 ft. beams. Telephone or write J. A.I any part of mother 'earth, see us about it. A big plate of flour used to roll can do to guard their children against r' '
Chaffin & Co.. Milton. Fla. 25mar, Henry L, Covington, Frank Reilly, F. E. Bravuier, !
,, fish or potato cakes in when a tablespoonful rheumatism especially during'cold J. M. Pfelffer W. S, Rosasco C. W. Lamar ; ,:;, L '
ON TIE| HIGH LAND-East Hill. elee-' BUTLER & SIMMONS would suffice. weather? Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourin, J. R. Saunders : :' ';.. t,
tile car line, six lots 100 ft. front! LAWYERS AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS Good sheets' uwd for the ironing First.-See that they are dressed Ic A. M. Avery W. II. Milton 0. E. Maura, t.f N.. .
In 137% deep, corners $700, inside! warm flannels or at least fleece lined W. L. Cowthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzIe Oerting, t ,.\ !
'<>ts $600. There are no better situa- a' CHIPLEY. FLA. table. cotton undergarments 5 that their feet Alex McGovtln, C. M. Covingion M. E. Clark. '
ions! than these loU. A. V.. Clubbs. Flatirona wiped on the ironing overshoes ,. .{-
are kept dry by wearing boxes for rent at $$2.00, $3.00 and $5.00 the Private : -
I Safety deposit year. department 1In : .
JUST RECEIVED-Large snipmenTotimported sheet instead of a cloth or paper. when outdoors which should be immediately : .Jt'
connection for tin convenience of customers. JO
Oil. ..
Olive Retail by pint' -- : "
The chimney draft left open for removed when indoors. l! ..
f
gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso Professional Directory heat to go up the chimney. Se on< .-An overindulgence in sweets, Four per cent interest Paid on Time Deposits. <:' s .
& Co., ship chandlers and1 grocers 701 ; 4v.
South Palafox._4pcL Double In ., ,.. ,"""""" ,........ Napkins used for dish towels and Cheap candies, sirups and sugar tends .. .-'.\,.'$;-"...
Will to the production of rheumatism; hence
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Those dish towels for holders. :
wishing to make a successful run I T. G YATES M I D. The face of :flatirons used to crack the use meals of such should things be, prohibited.especially between A'- ',i '. :ift'J fr'

should supply themselves with a bottle nuts on. HILTON OSKSy: ,PRMID3S T. B-WiSMjIS: : ytar:-PaeeID1%?. ,'
of PLUTO. Now is the season to .- liberal amount of sweets with meals R. It. BUSHOTLXi.: CLUHICB. MANSFIELD MORENO.: .asst..C.u1llD .: 1"1

prepare your stomach and, liver Value Insideof OPTICIAN t Kitchen Window should be allowed but cheap candies I, Citizens National Bank .,
against all diseases. Pluto will do it 306 THIESEN BUILDING Good window between meals are productive of urates ; : f
( screens are impera- I
For sale by all druggists and grocers In the blood, which are a predisposing of PeugacoU, :Ilorlda.OltfClOKS. :,.I. .
tive in most American kitchens. No ; '
wholesale by Jas McHugh, cause of rheumatism. y4t' .
FOR SALE.-Improved and Un1mprl1v. Year WM D, HOWE, one need be reminded of the affec- 'J'llfrd-The child should be encouraged Geo. W. Wright Morris Bear T. E. Welles Six!: M Robinson. L. IDlton OretD. '- :--t.:" } .

ed property In all parts of the city. a ATTQRNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW14J8 tion'of the flies for the kitchen and to. drink freely of pure water A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS T.ANSJlOTfD < .'; .
J A. Wilson &; Co.. Real Estate Agents all that pertains to it, and while The habit of taking a glass of water : '- ;'. ;
Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone EAST GOVERNMENT ST. screens are not always effective eer before each meal is a very good one. '
172. That \is what a great deal of real es- To this during the cold weather : i
23JtnAUTOMOBILES. tate in Pensacola ig''going to,do and -:-" t tainly do not keep out every fly, keep up j, ;
.-I am agent for the of it is in the following list: they are the best help we have and requires some attention on the pan SMOKE
Pope Co. and autos some of the mother.; During the warm weather fjf,
Mfg. can sell you must not be overlooked. Doors also '. ". .' .
from $500.00 up. They cost less than I I Half :block in New City fronting should be carefully screened and the child is naturally inclined to f',
horses to keep ap. They can be run Calalonia square ..' *.. .'?$750 applied drink water enough without any
in sand or anywhere a horse can gQ Half block in East King Tract, in rI with a swing BO they will close prompting but during the winter season :

Leslie E. Brooks. settled neighborhood.. .$700 themselves if left open by a careless when rheumatism is more preva
1'
r servant or indifferent grocer'sboy is The Cortez and Cuesta :
,1.'OR SALE-Ten new and second .One-fourth block on Toledo square lent drinking water neglected. R.ey c

second hand office safes, different New City ,.. .. '.. .. ., ..$800 I _. Medical Talk For the Home. .1", .
".es, best makes at bargain prices What H. Dfa.
Scarrltt :Moreno, office East Govern; i Lots on llth and 12th. fty611188'New Burning Garbage.Inburning "
the
at. .; ,.., .. ..: .$200 "I suppose, remarked man
H'entSi 24 mar :Cjty, t... {.- garbage in the rangeit
FOIL SALE-A' fine piece of wafer ;,I 200x132 feet on East .U11: carline is a mistake4o put it directly 05 with the rubber habit?", "that you do 3 for 25 Cents :

front property, 50 feet fronton West [ .. ... -. ... .. .. -1250 .. the fire. Put it under the side or nothing in summer : L
Bay Shore at the foot of Clubbs street : Lots IP Past KJnf".Tract or West btek lids, where the fire does not ";1o hang but boarding houses, ,,. {., ,

'with a 4 room house, front and back : hint Tract very. cheap, anfl n.easy DR.J.H.IV1QCKDental come in contact with it, and it will replied the truthful actor.-Chicago 1 ,
rallery, has a nice wbarf'flbout 250
long terms. Tmproyad property in West dry,out. It is best to put the garbage News ---
Net ,
out to water
running deep '
rt>om the front gate. For a few days Kng vestmentSea Tract netting'10 per cent on In.'I SurgeonCrown \ in the stove at night, and 1 byBjernjng Epidemic. I 10cts. for Ft

only) it will be oJered at only $1503 Ih regard'to Lake View Hav.1 and Work 'a ,it is dried to & tinder ana "So mahy prominent men are T*- Straight Z5cts.t
cash. Apply to Jos. I. Johnson, at us Bridge Specl.lty.
and burn fire
will blaze when the
in Mew up be ill. What do -1
:. Friedman &; Co.'s store. Smay en property. Prettiest place. Painless Extracting of Testis, ported to you suppose
OR City and Is:: on Bayou Texar.. 28J/J! S. Palafox t gets hotter, leaving no odor what- is the matter WIth them?"
SALE LEASE OR RENTHouses 7 and 9 Old Armory Building.!!' e'er. Never allow any scraps of from ;
on water front at Little Bdv & Co. I "Probably suffering expo- ALL HAVANA TOBACCOS and CUBAN HAND MADE I:
v. near car line. Good bargains- D. Hale' Wilson Phone 1077, food to be put in the scuttle. mre.".Baltimore American. !

Apply to Phillip Hannah Little Bayou. Pohne 234 4 15 South. Palafox -- '

9uay3w* JUST IN-A BIG CINE OF; ., MONDAY WE WILL SELL' MEN'S MONDAY' WE WILL SELL 10

FOR S'ALE-Three yoke 9? oxen and THE, CELEBRATED .BUCKSKIN BLUE WASH-- SUITS, WORTH $3,50, YARDS 10c LAWN FOR 50c. SEE FRANK REILL Y Agt0 Jtf:
log cart; good team in good cbndl- 15, 20 AND 25c.EMBROIDERIES BREECHES. EVERY PAIR GUAR.. WINDOW. :
on Price 10c. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY. ANTEED. $2.75. .
and AT
1300. Call working on or write every J. A.day.Chaffin & .1'. ,EJRRAWNER'S: F. E. BRAWNER'S ;4 ... F. E, BRAWNER'S F,, E. BRAWNER'S FLORIDA. S. -: : ':

Co., Milton, Fla. 29aprlm' Department! Store. Department Store. Department Store. Department Stor. PENSACOLA ,

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PAGE EIGHT THE PENS COLA, JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY;' 20/ '1 906 I-

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.. Important 'SPOIRTS Money :SavCd INAPPRQPRIATI I : :: : k'f -.




is money made, and, owing. to the late
The old old story of a defeat for
Birmingham in' the Southern league shipments of clothing this season.

I can again be told, and .it. might incidentally -; have decided to sell all suits'in stock MUSIC 'FORFUNERAL
I be mentioned: that the victory i
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10P4e11 cf Memphis yesterday maKes the sixth I
successive lambasting administered to, atGreatly
Vaughan and his relics.!! I I Reduce4 Prices
I New,Orleans found a good thing in ,

Nashville and trlmmea' the bunch I I Stock too large to make special mention -I
Nothing is more Impor. from the banks of the Cumberlandwith I :
| of each price, but, just : : : : :'f
tant in men's dress than ease:, while Little Rock got together I II \ :
and handed( a package of lot-i I ; ;
their Shoes and Hatsthere's get-me-nota Atlanta. The game be-: Take a Look I Navy Department

where can tween the premier team, at present .
we I

serve you to advantage.We postponed Shreveport,by and rain. Montgomery; was and' you..wilj Readily see where you],l Order to Play "Always in :
cansav : 'My windows show!
money.
In the American league Philadelphia :
have Hats for every you latest arrivals in Underwear,I "
won the tenth successive victory : The Way.
head and a Shoe for every by defeating Detroit and Boston Shirts, Shoes anl 'Hats,..In the best; :
lost the sixteenth straight game when I I I grades and '1 latest styles!!,.' and I"cau': '
foot-the newest most Napoleon Lajoie and his Blues frc..mj)i i save you money on everything w"ear-: CAPTAIN OF
MARINE
stylish and dependable'kInds. Cleveland knocked the day-light ou:i able.

of the cultured Boston bunch. Tae I H. WIP-PIN'ES.: MAY 'FIND!!
language would undoubtedly cause
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Straw .Hats. .. .. ....75c to $5 Senator Lodge ana few more of the"cultured" S. COLEMAN. SELF IN SERIOUS : ..
to go "bugs" but it goes;

Panamas .$6.50, $8.50 $10 I just the same as Tom Shsvin, the THEREFROM SEARCH B .I I !
of Yale's football djvcn: 1 I
big captain
Shoes..2.50, $3.50, $4, $5.50 $6.50 ''II would say.n MADE FOR LOST: ,

Reliable Socks.. ..15 and 25c I. '! college circles there was great I : : !
doings jesterday. In the annual boat I DANCE AND SUPPER TORPEDO. . : :

1 I race between the Navy and Columbia I : : : : I
II the navy won in.record breul'.ng GIVES .if . ;
UJfDlR AUSPICE* P .
,I time, while! Harvard .defeated Yale in Tvt Special to The Journal. :
the annual track meet with ease. Washington, D. C., :May 19.
Ladies of St. John's rcb
Ch
I Georgia "Dear Old Gorgia," was Episcopal ways in the Way" is not : :
The John White trimmed by Tech in th3 annual championship : by the navy department as an
I baseball game between th? AT NAVY YARDin at I
priate tune to be played a
two institutions. To bad of the
Phone and Acting Secretary
Store II the sail loft, Monday evening May (Newi>ury has directed Capt.

22... I STANDING AND RESULTS of the Wisconsin, to make a } It
21. Beat leaves Palafox] wharf at 8:00 I
investigation of the reports that

205.207 S. PAALFOX ST. It'' Southern League. Admission 25c. Boat free, tain H. I. Bearss, of (the Marne: :

Won Lost Pet. I had! instructed. the band .to pa!

I Shreveport ,. .. .21 7 750 I aoove piece at me lunsrai. 01
-- ; New Orleans. ..' 19 9 679 I IT rine at Olongapo P. I.

I Memphis .. ..... .18 10 643 ESTATE i Although the officers
Morris Dannheisser I Birmingham .. .. 18 15 545 REAL [ T T[ : Washington do not believe

Atlanta .. .. .. .15 JG 1S4 officer of the navy or marine
Montgomery .. ... .11 17 ;i6 would be so indiscreet; to
(Formerly of Dannhelsser Bros.) Nashville! u' ... .10 23 335 band to play so bright 'an air at a

Little Rock .. !' 7 22 247 eral the navy department is
T TRANSFERS N [ turbed over the affair as letters
Yesterday's Results. been read from unofficial
Pure Old Rye & Bourbon Little Rock 4; Atlanta 1. whioh tend to support the .
New Orleans 8; Nashville 1.tShreveport that the air was played.It .
lontgmery, rain. is thought that if "Always
Fine Wines, Beer Memphis 7; Birmingham 5. Following is a list of' the deeds recorded Way" was played at all it was

yesterday reported by the march from the cemetery after
South Atlantic League. Pensacola Abstract Co.: terment had taken place.' The.

and Tobacco. Won Lost Pet. J. M. Roberts to Jno. E. Stillman, WlK regulations require that on the
Augusta .. ; 21 8 728
Charleston .. .. 14 14 500 of lot 141, block 15, Old City $13-: from the 'grave the flags shall I
000 and other consideration.: furled, and the band pay! some Ii i
Macon . .. 15 14 518
i Richard H. Turner to J. M. Roberts,. and catchy air. For this reason
Jacksonville .. .. .. .13 15 4641
Columbia . .. .13 161501'I I Tof lot 141, block 15, Old City, $1.' 'belIeved that if the tune was _
'Old Hickory Whisky Savannah . . .12 18 400 Jno. E. Stillman to First National; it was done on the homeward !'
B Bank, W'/i of lot 141, block 15, OWl! In one of the letters> received,
Yesterday's Results. City, $3750 and other considerations. I dently from a sailor or marine i I

JMy Specialty. Macon 6; Charleston 0. McMillan. Mill CO. to J. Eugene; Rig-,' song was enclosed: ,'
Augusta 5; Jacksonville 4. by, NEi/4 of the NEVi of Sec. 9, T. 5,.' "We don't object to hikin' : .
Columbia 3; Savannah 1. N. of R. 32 W. 40 acres. $200. hundred miles of sun; '
I C. J. Ward and M. A. Ward to F. A. "We don't object.to-chargin'
12 W. Zarragossa St. National League. Barnes, the following described property -! mountain on.'the 1-TUn;
Won Lost P. t. to-wit: Commencing at "We don't object to livin on a I I
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Pensacola, Florida. Chicago .. S ... 21 9 700 ner of S-c. 5, T. 5, N. of R. dier's rations straight;
1: New York . .23 11 676 and running E. 277 rods, thence S. 77, "We don't object to ,lym'- I,I

Pittsburg .. .16 13 552Philadelphia 1 1I rods thence W. 277 rods, thence ,N. reach the Golden;Gate !
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I .. .18 14 563 77 rods to point of beginning, 5.20 A.,, "With ragtime funeral marches I,
f"T: a ODJli St. Louis .. .14 16 .467 $100. the band is made to play ,

Boston . .. .. .13 16 448 Thos. C. Watson to Leslie E. Brooks "It does sound a litt'e I
Kinds that wanI. Cincinnati . .12 20 375 block 'You're Always in the ;
you 400, New City Tract, $1 and I :
Brooklyn .. . . 9 23 281
other considerations.W. I
: R. Flowers and J. J. Flowers to "We don't ask no favor of ye; ye ,

OAK{ AND PINE Cincinnati! Yesterday's 15; Boston Results.0. D. F. McDavid, lots 1 to 6, 7, 8, J'lO; do the worst ye can, -'J

New York 5; Pittsburg 1. 11, 12 and 22 of Sec. 40, T. 4, N. of R. "For congress can't'make i.'o '
cheaper than you can buyIt St. Louis 8; Brooklyn 5. 31 W. 105 acres, f 1 and other consId-. where God has failed on 1
anywhere. Any size you Philadelphia 8; Chicago / erations. "To hell with all this sickenin' ;
want. D. F. McDavid to Eliza Bonifay,'lota its bad air, dry and warm ..

American League. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8. 9, 11, 12, 13 and 22 in "These rotten gags about i *

C. SEWELL Won. Lost Pet. Sec. 40, T. 4, N. of R. 31 W. 108.44 A., that's due to uniform. I
Philadelphia .... 20 7 741 13000. "When shoulder straps can !
Cleveland .. .. .. ..17 10 630 I J. M. Hoffman to City of Pensacola, man lose half his head 1
Phone 614.MORPHI1A.CURA. New York .. .. .. 14 12 535: E. 100 ft. of lot "D" Old City! Tract, "And make him joke the *

Detroit .. ., .. .. ... .14 13 515| $8500.J. that wraps his country's : *
-- '; Et. Louis .. .. .. .14 14 500 I II S. Reese to Clyde E. Wilson, lots 1 : |
:' : I Chicago . .. ..13 14 464 I 1 to 5, inclusive, in block 41, Belmont! "Yes damn ye we'll salute ye, : *
Sb' $2.00 PER BOTTLE it Washington$ .. .12 15 444, Tract, $1DO and other considerations.Julius we'll all say yes, sir, too
M Infallible? ramcay tor me cure of Drug Habits of all kinds. | Boston ._ 8 22 267! Sawyer to J. D. Waters "But we salute the shoulder )
Sent pottptid at$2 par bottle. Morphina-Cura a prepared :.:..:...... an wouldn't speak to I .
to Hypodermic or internal use. Delta Chem.Co.,St.Leuil undivided half interest in and to E. -we
For Sale in Pensacola By Yesterday's Results. 25 ft. of the W. 45 feet of lots 16, 17, "You've stolen from a dead man
W. WHITE & CO., Druggist Chicago 3; Washington 1. 18 and 19, block 79, West King Tract, last solemn funeral rites
__u. ___ New York 8; St. Louis 3. Belmont Numbering, $1 and other con, "You've put a daub of mud
Philadelphia 2; Detroit 1. siderations. flag for which we fight; !

SAFES SAFES SAFES! SAFES Cleveland 3; Boston 2. !Frank W. Riley to J. D. 'W ters, an I "Ye ain't disgraced the service,

Buy Diebold Safes undivided one-half interest lii-and.to ye know ye have at least, <
Princeton Victorious. the
Scarritt Moreno the E. 35 ft. of the W. 45 ft. of, lots' "Showed. how little man was in
Agent. Princeton:: May 19.-Princeton defeated :
16, 17, 18 and 19 in block 79 of the W.I' and how near ye are to
Ii =. . Columbia_ in the dual track Kin .. A search is being made for a .
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meet to-day, vz 10 T-
J _18" and other considerations. $3000 automobile torpedo a
one inch turbine, which was lost
i! Navy Defeats Columbia. the Vesuvius May 14 while in fire
Annapolis, May 19.-In record time .
1 defeated the DOES YOUR SCALP ITCH. tice at Coddingham. Cove, '
the Naval Academy eight :
You're Not Columbia crew this afternoon by five n.j. !
engths. Time 9 minutes, 31 l beconds.: : Are Your Hairs Dropping One by One.If I
I your scalp itches you are doubtless MONDAY WE WILL SELL

} Vanderbilt the Winner. suffering from dandruff. The HUCK TOWELS 45c PER DOZEN.F. I I
I J dandruff germ is digging up your scalp E. BRAWNER'S ,
Nashville, Tenn., May 19.-On a j
Well
:1 Dressed :
: wet field VauJeroiH) won the! eleventh in little flakes called dandruff and sap- Deoartment :
annual track meet of the Southern I ing th life of the hair bulb. No hair. i
preparation that is A. M. LeFRANCAIS,
Inter-collegiate Association this afternoon. a mere hair stimulant .
and tonic will cure dandruff, because VETERINARY SURGEON.
Score: Vanderbilt 74; Tu- I
UnlessYou're lane 14; Cumberlajul. 10; Unnersityof it won't kill the germ'that causes:I PHONE 497. ,

I Tennessee 8; University of South,; the trouble. Newbro's Herpiciae is i I '
tne latest scientific discovery; and it!
1. II'II'H.. H. D'ALEMBERTE I II
will kill the dandruff germ. Destroy i GOING TO NEW I

I Well Shod Tech the Champion. the cause and you remove the effect I _
kill the germ and you will havi no
Atlanta, May 19.-Georgia Tech: 3; I I H. H. DAlemberte wl'l leave \
more dandruff, falling hair or baldness.
University of Georgia 2.
For sale by W. A. D'Alem'berte. drug ,I day morning! for New York and
gist and Apothecary 121 South Pala points purposely purchase a
I The dressing: of feet Harvard Defeats Yale. ,
the is as fox line of goods for W. A. i
19.-Har- Stor send lOc in stamps for sam,'
Cambridge, Mass. May
imperative as that of
the head yard won the annual track meet pIe to the Herpicide Co., Detroit Mich. drug store. !He will purchase a i
, or body. line of imported extracts bristol I
to-day. The final s ore
with Yale
etc. He will also purchase a
i Nothing detracts more from was Harvard'! 57% points; Yale 46 2. Hudnut's, toilet articles. Mr. /I I
the appearance that poorly I
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1 berte plannIng some great
dressed feet. Darmouth the Winner.
l' Boston, Mass., May 19.Darmouth ments for his drug store. New I i
F, The easiest way to have the to-day won the New England intercollegiate cases will be put in and new I I
i, feet properly shod is to bring track meet.Challenge paint will brighten the
:\ them to'us. this store. Mr. D'Alemberte will I '
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1- Accepted. gone about ten days. I I .
The next time you need footwear a
1
The K. K. K. team: has acceptedthe
, Just leave it to your feet
S They will find their to challenge of the High School Club Y. M. C. A. HAS PROGRAMFOR
way our .
% for a game at Palmetto, Beach Friday; THJ-S'! :
<;-. store and into a pair of our !*
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famous ,;.
;; The program at the Y....){. C. A. i ". / '
'. FROM 9 TO 10 O'CLOCK MON. .
!; $3.50 OXFORDS. this afternoon has been arranged
WE WILL SELL SEAM-SIDE *
DAY
, Brownlee Wolfe and something *
1. !All leathers all styles. DRAWS FOR 25c. THE GREAT' FOXMade may be expected. The features of ,
F. E. BRAWNER'S ; ty
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,j. Department Store. program are seldom announced in I )e-
;.f<, in visible and .invisible. Has vance and the affair is always j -
I Charged with Stealing. every point of merit any business' man mal. Any man is we'come and U
i; could desire. Light running,. speed, Sunday sees' a Jg Od atte 1dance.
...
..,. Charlie Bunbray, a negro charged .
correctness and hour is
with stealing brass and other articles durability; Is guaranteed 3:30. The association
to do the best class of work for ing is open until 6 p. m. -
from the Cosgrove Foundry was arrested -
four years. All cleaning and The Bible class
repair organized
H. O. ANSON yesterday by Officer Ward and
I: Chief Schad. The oMcers capturedthe ing done free for two years. The Fox weeks ago! has had an average: ..
has been tested and accepted by hundreds dance of about twenty. : ,
!J nefgra In Luke's "alley-after chasing :
i of thousands, as being the best in this class is not limited to mem
::{ CASH CLOTHIER him several. hours. machine. Will be sent ori trial free of of the association.

charge. Call on or writelio $, t .

FULL LINE TRUNKS AND SUIT MONDAY WE WILL SELL :
'f Corner Palafoi! and Main
: CASES AT F. B. BRUCl: HUCK TOWELS 45c PER DOZEN:
F. E. BRAWNER'S ,
F. E. BRAWNER'SDepartment
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PARKER scowled at the but he went boldly inside hate to have a Thanksgiving 1 light. turkey came Tuesday evening it still she was merely trying to make announced. "We are going t* let yo*
BRENT "30" on the calendar for one. It was surprising a turkey from home, yet i "Won't you come in?" she asked just seemed as 1f I must have a conversation carve."

the mantel. He sup- it looked, but he was not is no one I can go to. I might i with a smile. "The turkey is not Thanksgiving dinner somewhere. "Does your cousin ever come to He sunk to his place at the head .

posed he should be thankful tradition aside and he had asked Mrs. Burton to cook it, ready, but it will be in five minutes." Then I thought your mother would" visit you?" she asked,Interestedly. of the table and picked up, the menu :

for ped up. has such a big family that "I am afraid I am a little early," take pity on me and I'came up here. Parker ihook.hIs head. "You see, card. "There are not many fashion
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things, yet, somehow, he "'Wh re shall'l send it?" weald scarcely be room for me, he stammered. "It must be nice to have a relativeto Uncle Jim is a pretty old man and able folk who have any better menu

found It hard to offer up thanks when the clerk. thought" you might take pity "You are," she admitted frankly. send you a nice good turkey," she Edith does not like to leave him. cards," she added complacently. "I

his one desire was moving so slowly "I'll take it," was the and- "Mother said she told you to come at said carelessly. Then, beside, I have no place for her think ours are as pretty as any Nina ,

toward fulfillment! sponse, and with the Ainsley stretched out her 2." "Indeed it is," was the eager as- in my fiat." painted though rm sure I cant SM < '

Era?elnea Nina Ainsley had moved under his arm Parker "Of course I will" she cried "I am afraid I am a very great nuisance sent. "Of course, unless you hare "You must let her come down and that the pictures on the back of your
into the flat the street "We have not .bought I ," he said apologetically as he no one to cook it for you. Then it spend a week with us,"" she cried im- are so funny if Nina did laugh when
above, four months ago, It made a rather yet and you shall have a petuously. "Has she never been in she painted them. Even back in Cen

he had vainly sought an introduction. carry that way, BO he tried home dinner. I'm glad you the city?** terville Rhode Island she used to 1t- ..
He had stolen her cat that he might it by the string until the I "Never" he said a little sadly. In- paint on cards." "

return It and had received only a and he only saved the it need any fixings or-j terest In Edith might form a common Parker turned over the card. ,:
Pretty speech of thanks. He had falling by wildly grasping ?" he asked. bond of sympathy between them. There were a number of spirited lit ":,

taken her groceries off the dumbWaiter arms. have all that is needed,"" sis i "I'm sure she would like to come if, tte pen sketches on the back. Tht f

by mistake for no other pur- He hugged it tightly to "Would 6 o'cloct: suit you?" ; it would not be too much trouble." border was composed of a aeries in

pose than that he might trudge up until the paper gave way rate," he answered heartily. rwlyA "Not in the least," was the prompt which Parker recognized, with a

Me flight to deliver them, and she bird shot into the air as I I come up about 1 and help? I response. "Give me her address."" groan, reproductions of himself: 6 r I
bad passed him on the street the following would fly; then he tried help." Parker paused. For the life of him bringing home the unfortunate tur- I

day without a sign of recog- by the legs, until he. Ainsley smiled. "I' guess you he could not remember the name of a key.

nition. the head was dragging on tried to help in a flat kitchen," I single town in Rhode Island, and he Every one of his miahap was reproduced
He thought seriously of cutting then he doubled it up and "You'd better come remembered telling that the family with a fidelity that toll
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hand on something but was restrained by neck and heels. 2." lived there. He took out a pencil and Parker she must have been on the

by the knowledge that Mrs. lie was too much made a graceful speech of I purposely broke the point With an street at the tlm,. '.
Burton, on his' own floor, would own endeavors to notice and went downstairs tread- exclamation of regret he slipped the
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Probably be the.one to bring first aidto ment his appearance air. At last he was to dine pencil back into his pocket. upper corner pieces were a
the man stealing a package from a ,,
injured' was thoroughly I to h "I'll the address tomorrow dU'P..b
glad them meet Nina and, per- bring up
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lie was not a man of quick sentl- he reached the flat entrance be asked to come again. It evening" he said cheerfully. handing It in a ,
fcfnt, yet from the very first he had gered up the stairs with not be his fault if the Invita- : Then his heart sank as the girl came shown and the episode lower of the kitchen war
decided that he would marry Miss in his arms as a woman not extended. \ ci forward with a sheaf of pencils. In two corners Into
Alnsley or continue in state of single child. ft a said first of which be was coaxing the< a settled himself in front of the "I'm an artist you know, she ten downstairs
blessedness. The chances seemed There) was a little dirt on but not to scowl at the with a little laugh. "There is nevera with a Jar of'cream.
remarkably strong In favor of the but that came off' with ," instead be made a grimace pencil famine In this house." In the center a girl with a hug
latter condition yet here he was he argued that his tailor modest "29" which stood be- With a grin he took the pointed badge inscribed "S. P. L." was holdIng -.

tailed :upon by proclamations from his overcoat presentable. 'if"I'd him and the red-letter day. pencil and scribbled on a card out a friendly hand to a young

the president" and governor to give I sured himself of t hese the way down to his office In "Edith Parker, Centerville, R. I." He man whose back alone showed.

thanks. I straightened his necktie he sent over some celery felt that Centerville was a safe guess. "That means the society for the

There was not even a chance for a bled up the stairs to, the and he made a five-pound There must always be a Centerville Prevention of LonJlnees," she explained

Thanksgiving dinner except at tho Mrs. Aainsley answered his candy his excuse for going'up. somewhere in a state. with a laugh. "P rha >s you
restaurant in the block below lIe "I beg your pardon," the following evening. "I suppose you are very fond of can read the lesson on the mar
fez entirely alone in the city and It plunging desperately into thought this might come in your uncle?" she said softly. better than mother can. I would not T
was not likely that any of his few pert "but 1 have a turkey." for tomorrow," he- announced "Yes," was the prompt response. tell her."

business acquaintances would Invite I Mrs. Alnsley Inclined as he handed in the pack- "Uncle Jim was mother's favorite "I think," said Parker gravely, f
him to share their feast. never so slightly In Mrs. Ainsley. "Candy always: brother and he's always been like a "that you will have to share the seo- .
That he was a home lover was of this evident fact and good on a holiday." second father to me." rat with me."

Proven by his occupancy of an entire i the blood rushing to his smiled as she saw the size 'of "Your mother's brother?" she ask- It was Jate before they broke up
!*!at instead of the bachelor apartment i "If.s: a mighty nice' but she made ru comment ed curiously.; He remembered that and Parker wiped the dishes with a '

his means would have permitted went on, "a regular 10- a few words of thanks, and iT unfortunate Parker, but rallied. feeling that there were many joys he
but the'larger the flat the great- uncle seat it, to me.- You enough Parker turned tQ NINA: AINSLEY WAS AN ARTIST. I "You see," he explained, "my never had heard of before. Down-

e* the lonesomeness and he scowled I lives in Rhode Island: stairs. .- father's people came from Maine. stairs it had always seemed to be a'

again at that crimson "30" that was good turkeys come from."' than ever Parker hated that I followed her into the parlor." only serves to make' you more home Funny both father and mother should nuisance to have to wash the cup and

Opposed to nark a red-letter day. I I Another polite nod'of the calendar, but there was "0, no," she answered. "We are sick for the country.' I suppose my have the same name and yet not be saucer and plate which usually form- .
For half an hour he stared Into and he ran on. for it. He could only wait I very glad to have your company. ciusin thought I kept a servant I related. The Rhode Island. Parkers ed his breakfast outfit
"c glowing coals of the fireplace, "You see I have no means patience he could com- Mother has often spoken df how lonesome used to have a Jay toy, but he went are the oldest family." It was Nina who saw hIm Ito ths I
wa.. with a shout he straightened I ing it down stairs and I tho for the next day. you must be downstairs." home to fight. I think I must have Mrs. Ainsley's voice sounded like a door. "We shall be glad to have you

BPIt was only the matter of a meitent I haps you would take pity out for a walk Thanksjiv- "I am dreadfully lonesome,"" he forgotten to tell cousin Edith about reprieve as she announced dinner. come up again," she said softly. "I
to exchange the dressing gown I cook It for me." but he was divided be confirmed promptly. Parker gasped as he enteredthe think I understand why you resortedto
lr a street 'coat and over on the I "I ''think the bake would) a fear that he would return -I "Indeed," she was politely sur that.I thought you said that your dining room. The table was set with the expedient of a turkey."
lvaue there were butcher shops In J I I: nicely for you,'*' she and the danger of going far prised. "I told mother that if you uncle sent them. That is what mother exquisite taste though nothing of "If you do," he said, "you will

Dlenty. i"I i believe they .do those arriving after 2. He man- were lonesome you would probablygo told me.. great value was displayed. It was change this menu card."
Parker paused before one I l But you see," went keep out of.the house until 1, and board somewhere." "Certainly" he agreed. Uncle Jim more the result of artistic appreciation "How is that?" she asked curious

v lighted window br1lllant-1 i more glibly, "'justa turkey that he sat and watched "Did you ever board?" he demanded. raises the fowl but,U must have been of the beautiful than mere display ly
haps of turkeys within. ; be any good. I could;'t fix until five minutes before 2. She shook her head. "Then you his daughter who cent it to me. Uncle and his unconscious admira- "Make It S. P. P. L.-society for
Dories he had read the turkey was I I the sauce and all that sort heart gave a leap as the' door will never understand why I would Jim isn't much of a business man. tion brought a smile of pleasure to the Perpetual Prevention of Loneli
l'ar8] a 10-pound specimen of his i: and thought perhaps- and instead of the motherly ratter: tc lonesome in a flat than go She looks after the Belling and ship the girl's face. ness. Is there any hope?"

J0- Parker did not kpow exactly Ii i would share the turkey I Mrs. Alnsley Nina's girlish to boarding. Besides.. I love my ping." He wished the cross-exami Mrs. AJ Jsley's voice roused him. "Perhaps;" she whispered is. eht,

large a 10-pound turKey "'&1, He seemed choking'ag ln.l was silhouetted against tit horn!; even if it is only a flat When nation were, not ,so persistent but "There's your place, Mr. Parker" she -



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t.r,7(. t THOUSANDS O N OF CONTAGIO'US BLOOD POISOJ




i if t}" cEMENT : ACRESTO'[ BE[ ; HUMILIATINGVILEDESTRUCTiVE, !


-"'The: very name, Contagious Blood Poison, suggests contamination and dread. It is the

; I __' '_.:.. worst disease the world has ever known;.responsible for more Unhappiness and sorrow than
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f ., RECLAIMED all others combined. Nobody knows a> the origin of this loathsome trouble

t' And Three of Products:' ," 'J4 i ,; but as far back ashistory: goes it'has been regarded the.greatest curse of mankind.t

''''-- ?;,'No part of the body is beyond the reach of thispowerful poison. No matter how pure

J. large Tract of Land Near Palm the'blood may be, when the virus of Contagious Blood Poison enters, the entire circulation

becomes corrupted the humiliating begin to appear,and the sufferer finds himself
symptoms ,
Concrete Paving Beach to Be Drained by Flori ,diseased from' head to foot with the vilest and most destructive of !all poisons. Usuallythe

da East Coast By.Thejast first symptom is a small sere or ulcer, so insignificant that it rarely ever excites

suspicion, but in a short while the skin
West Palm in red rash the of the Dear Sirs:-I had friend who had a bad case of Con.
issue of the breaks out a glands tagious Blood Poison and was In a terrible condition
Beach Tropical Sun says: groin Swell the throat and mouth ulcerate, tried all the medicines he could hear of, but nothing did$s
of The
It is
today the pleasure "
Concrete Fence Posts him any good. He went to Hot Springs but 1t was :
Tropical Sun. to giva about the most .the'hairand eyebrows come out, and often. the other treatments he had used' and he was I' .espalr Iige
.: pleasant bit of news that has been the body is covered with copper-co 1 ore'a of a cure when he heard of S. S. S. After tasing: it for
made public in West Palm Beach In a
awhile the sores all healed his hair stopped falling OUt'
long time, perhaps since. the inceptionof spots, pustular 1 eruptions and sores. and, continuing with It, he soon found himself cured ell'
the city. There is hardly any limit to the ravages tire y of this hideous disease. JOHN LESLIE,
'While Mr. Jas. E. Ingraham, third
vice-president of the 'Florida East of Contagious Blood Poison; if it is not Rockford, Ill. 719 w- state st.

Concrete Building Blocks Coast Railway, was in the City yester* driven from the blood it affects the nerves, I was afflicted with Blood Poison and thebest; doc
day he gave out the information that the tors did me no good, though I took their treatment faith.
and
bones in
: after due consideration: the FlorIda attacks: extreme cases fully. In fact I seemed to get worse all the WhIle. I took
East Coast Railway, the Boston and causes tumors to form on the brain, producing almost every so-called blood remedy,but they did not
Florida Land Company, the Coast Lane seem to reach the disease,and had no effect whatever, I
and death. No other disease
Let us show you our products they Canal and Transportation Company insanity was 'disheartened, for it seemed that I would never b,.
and the Moafel( Land Company had de- is so highly contagious; many an innocent cured. At the advice of a friend I then took S. S. S ar-
cided to join in the reclamation of has become infected by using the began to improve. I continued the medicine and it cur c
live to .eight thousand acres of the fer person mq completely. W. R. NEWMAN.
will prove a pleasure to you. tile overflowed lands west of the city, sametoiletarticles,handling the clothing, by Hamlet N. c.
and not only the but to build an automobile
a friendly handshake or the kiss of affection
road several miles
and
.. Prices right and all work in length, making wagon accessible the new from one afflicted. But no matter how the disease is contracted, the sufferer feels the

territory. humiliation and degradation that accompany the vile disorder.
Work will be commenced at once,
and between now,and the first of next :Mercury and Potash are commonly used in the treatment of Contagious Blood Poison,
Guaranteed. January it will be completed, at a cost. but these,minerals cannot cure the disease-they merely mask it in the system. All ex-

of Not about one fifty cent thousand for this vast dollars.i improvement .ternal evidences may disappear
F I will the people of Dade countybe members and tissues, and when ,these minerals are left off the disease returns worse than
called upon to'pay, ani in carryingon the entire has been weakened and the action of
the great work and building up the before, because system damaged by strong the
city of West Palm Beach, the Florida Mercury and Potash. There is but one certain, reliable cure for Contagious Blood Poison,

CEMENT policy East Coast it has Railway always will followed.'A continue. the and that is S. S. S., the great Vegetable blood purifier. It attacks the disease in the right

.. canal will :be cut from the sub- way by going down into the blood, neutralizing and forcing out every particle of the poison.

f : Worth merged at lands a point emptying opposite into the BIngham Lake-!I It makes the blood pure and rich, strengthens the different parts of the body, tones up the

property some five miles southof system, and cures this humiliating and destructive disorder permanently.The .
.. P the city, and.along the side of this improvement commences as soon as the patient gets under the influence of S. S S.
great canal will be built a county road
We have Cargo Lehigh some t'wentyfive feet wide, which will and continues until every vestige_of the poison is driven from the blood and the sufferer

be shelled and completed. completely restored to health., S. S. S. is not

Portland Cement direct .. mence TheSe the companies construction propose'e f a to system com an experiment; it is a success. It has cured
of iikes on Clear Lake about a mile thousands of cases of Contagious Blood Poison
south of West Palm Beach, running
and
westward from three to five miles, many of which had given the :Mercury
from the factory and can thence eastward as far as necessary. Potash treatment, Hot Springs, etc., a thor-
On this dike will be built the best
I roadway in Dade county which will be ough trial, and had almost despaired of ever
make attractive prices in put in condition automobiles, or. '_ being well again. S. S. S.. is made entirely

'i any kind the of roads traffifijand will be aSJ3 formally on as turn completed PURELY VEGETABLE"WHAT'S of roots, herbs and barks, and does not injure .

large or small lots.Pensacbla ed over to the county.It the system in the least. We offer a
Is not 'intention: of the com-, reward of $1,000 for proof that it contains a particle of mineral of any kind. If you
pany to lower the water in Clear Lake
this vast body being preserved for are suffering with this despicable and debasing disease, get it out of your blood with S. S. S
the benefit of the city, but the watersof before it does further damage. We will gladly send our book with instructions for self
the submerged districts will be
-. .. lowered from two to three feet, or as treatment and. any medical advice, without charge, to all who write.
w-
,. I much as will bei necessary to reclaimthe -,- -h-: i : *' "
several thousand acres of land THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTIC A,
The lands in the proposed drainage,
CementStone district are said! to be the most fertilein ---
all Florida, and the land' companiesask '
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West Palm Beach in Inducing settlersto mEooWu.

& and locate as an here.inducement For immediate to settlers It use ia, "

t Company tho mediately plan of put the upon companies the market to Im, IN A NAME?

1 in reasonably large parcels, one
thousand acres of these lands 2

1 TELEPHONE 399. ment at25 must per necesarily acre which cause the indue early A Piano's. Good Reputation to Be Sure t:i

starting of the cultivation of the lands
] which this the best trucking Kranich & Bach Packard. Lester Mehlin Clutter. Great
will make piano names, f
-" .. .. ., ,, and1 fruit section in all Florida. "I
1 '- .- '- ,. -" .- --> The commencing of this great work m these. They carry sure conviction of artistic excellence, superiority in
will immediately have a stimulating
effect upon alI lines of business in this construction and reliability in every detail of tone.and finish. Anyone't tI'
THE SO, section of the country and the liberal I
t : !:BOWEN!!:! HOTEL policy way and of the its associates Florida East will Coast be appreciated Rail- of them will make your family happy. Easy to buy. Easy to pay. Get :!

J by all classes. Ii one today. hE...

OPEN ALL THE YEAR. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. Do Not be Imposed Upon. !:;

1 Foley & Co., Chicago, originated i i Oldest and Largest 114-116. Palafox St.
SPECIAL SUMMER RATES Honey and Tar as a throat and lun:? Music House in Clutter Music I House PhonefS i
i s remedy, and on account of the great ;:} Florida. PENSACOLA !
i merit and popularity of Tbley's Honey M( GEO. W. C. CLUTTER, Tres. B. E. CLUTTER, Sec. ,:

Pleasant, Convenient, Comfortable. Quisine Excellent and the Tar genuine., many imitations These worthless are offeredfor Imitations mi uG x+vw ea mm aau mtmm! ir

Service Up-to.Date have similar sounding names.
Beware of them. The genuine Foley's

.{ If you will call up phone 490, drop us a postal or call in person, age.Honey Ask and for Tar It is and in refuse a yellow any pack-sub-

1 we will be glad to give you rates for either rooms, board or both. stitute. It Is the best remedy for
coughs and colds. For sale by W. A.
! D'Alemberte. A CROWNING WATER _-
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the BEER instead the AIR
. The following letter from Geo. T. Keep pure I
;* .r >- Your Doctor Will Morgan, who was a candidate for the Ii i
l legislature in the last primary but
II.I. who with all of the others failed to As every one knows, beer is a saccharine product, and when ex f

; A Recommend Red RockY ate secure and a Who large is enough eligible vote under to nomIn-tb.3 posed, germs literally swarm to it, thrive, and multiply in millions. I

; primary rule to run in the second This causes fermentation in the stomach and makes you bilious. Just I
j primary for the honor, is. self-explan
Ginger Ale atory: here we will state that germ infection is an absolute impossibility in !
.j., Mr. Morgan Decline
1 :May 19th. 1906.
I Editor Pensacola Journal: i E

1 ', ,, i ; As a delicious, non-alcoholic non-stimulating beverage to Will columns you phase of your announce paper throughthe to the AMERICAN QUEENCooling

l' drink at Home, nothing excels Red Rock Ginger Ale. Add Democratic voters of Escambla
II to this its county that I will not be a candidatein
f. marvelously beneficent influence on.digestion, the second! primary for the nomination is the vital point, and this is'how it should be done: We use a systemof
i and you have the truly ideal beverage. for representative to the double pipjng, WHERE THE BEER FLOWS THROUGH INNER PIPES, SURROUNDEDBY
1 tt t State Legislature; also convey to I LARGE WATER PIPES. It is then cooled in ammonia by the very same
those who
voted for ma on lastTuesday
No air touches it. It- is protected even from the so-called
Look thanks for their process.
the Red my support
1 for Rock Crown
4E so ? "filtered" air, and this is your sole safeguard. Hundreds of diseases
1 stopper on 'bottlesy' { Yours truly, are traceable to a germ basis, and perhaps to germ-laden beer.
GBO. T; MORGAN, How is the leer cooled which drink
t ITIS YOUR ONLY you Compareit
l PROTECTION t OC
H: '' ft Three Candidates Remain. with our methods. for. your stomach's sake.
jtUMUMOOCO This now narrows the race down to J '
1 three candidates Coston, Baggett,
jI Acme Co.
Brewing
; Sold in Inttles atallgroceriesetc., and Jacoby-and unless Mr. Jacoby I Macon, oa
n, and on draught at founts. CZR also withdraws they will go into the.
'1,"";:-: l primary Jung 12 anal. the two hifhesiwill Read oar nut advertisement"Cleanliness!and Sterilizing."
H be the nominees. ,, /
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H"1 l il MONDAY WE WILL SELL BOYS' \
1 WASH PANTS 10c PER PAIRF.
j: Trade Consolidated Co. Wholesale E. BRAWNER'S ,
Supplied by Grocery Distributors, Pensacola:1 Department Store. ,

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that when the publication of
gress so
Union Labor HallRoom the revised work is authorized this BOUND WESTWARD' 1 CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSE !*

WARS OF THE COUNTRY too will be ready for publication' along '.' STERUNG SILVERWARE
1, Old Armory Building. Wnh the corrected rolls. I ,

: The Book Published.It | ART POTTERY OPTICAL GOODS
A LODGE ROOM was not until the book was pub- "ALLIGATOR JOE'S" COLLECTIONEN I MM "'
hi Pshed that old soldiers their CUT GLASSWARE
the Seminole the ana'
Indian
wars more men
accommodate
sufficient to ROUTE TO KANSAS CITY
Historical Data i families began to wake and send
Being Compiled were tendered than the government 75 people for rent at up
could use. In the Mexican war over reasonable I in records and corrections, information TO EXHIBIT. V -
rate.
Under Act of State Legislature three hundred Floritfians volunteered about comrades, personal recollections -I %%
and did splendid service. In the Span. MECHANICS' I etc., all of which go to make Engraving and Fine Stationery. I Ij
Passed in 1903. ish-American war the difficulty was HEADQUARTERS up the true story of the war and of they The West Palm Beach Tropical. Suit f ,j
MBH
not to get' men, but to keep from get, Confederate soldier. The task is says: !
ting too many from Florida. In the, Where employers can secure I still far from completion, but it is Attached to a northbound freight' I
war between the states, Florida sent help. Office clerk In gradually approaching the end. Every i i train last night were two .'Atlantic Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
COL. FRED. L. ROBERTSON, OFFICIAL to the service of the Confederate Government charge all the time. Phone correction of a recora' every I i Coast Line cars in which were the,I Ii ___ I. i
twelve regiments of Infantry, 776 and you will be supplied name and .record not now on the roll,i i i alligators, crocodiles, rattlesnakes and'' I I
COMPILER OF HISTORY OF two regiments and two battalions of that is addea': every incident relating i I cocoanut trees and shrubbery belonging '
FLORIDA SOLDIERS MAKES cavalry, one of these almost a regi- to the war is welcome as one more i j I to the alligator farms of Warren! E. Zadek Jewelry Ca.
ment, five batteries of artillery and HOME WORKERS link in the chain of evidence; that will Frazee, better known as "Alligator,I :
STATEMENT OF THE WORK ten detached companies; more men BUILD HOMES make the truth manifest. Joe," which are located!at ,Palm Beach I MOBILE, ALA rN
for soldiers than the state had voters.No Send Him the Information. and Miami. The collection was personally *C*jti-fl**ff* ##* ** .
THAT IS NOW BEING DONE-OF! Records Kept. If any reader of this has in his or looked after ,by Joe himr-elf, :
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PARTICULAR, INTEREST TO VET-I Up to three years ago the state had her possession any muster rolls of I' while in the "coach ahead" was :Mrs.'' !
made no attempt to make or keep soldiers who served in the Confederate Frazee, who was married to Joe in
ERANS. any record of the men who had won been extremely difficuU ana1 tedious, Army, any newspapers published I' Miami Wednesday. afternoon. I'
glory and honor for her in every war. yet, as it stands today with all its, during the war, letters, diaries or: The collecton is en route to Kansas -
It is true that in 1897, Senator imperfections' it is of inestimable documents relating to the great struggle City, Mo., where it will be placed ,
Dougherty tried to get a measur pro. value to the state, to the veterans and he will greatly aid in the perfection -' on exhibition during the summer Plumbing
Some day ago when Col. Fred L. to their children land it will grow, in records sen-alng such in Electric Park.
viding, for such a record through the of the by : months the
Robertson, official compiler of the his- value as the years roll by. If the im-', Defective plumbing permits entrance
legislature that it passed the senate, documents to Fred L. Robertson, Box In conversation with a representative
tory of the eoldters of Florida, was in but when it ,reached the House' it was perfect work is invaluable, how im- 96, Tallahassee Fla. If the owner of The Tropical Sun Thursday into the house of sewer gas bearing germs of contagious I
Pensacola, The Journal requested himto lost. Subsequent legislature left the portant it is that its errors should be of such papers desire their return. morning Alligator Joe stated that the which the human readily succumbs.Is ,
diseases
sought out and corrected and the fail j to system
furnish it with a statement of his matter to sleep, none seeming to appreciate copies will be made of such as may be collection conisted: of over two thou II
work saying what had been accomplished scope of the work carried out Ever, as crocodiles, and was
the importance of thij work or of use and the originals returned sand alligators and
and what he hoped to accom to feel that the state owned to its since the book came from the hands of promptly as possible. If the return is by far the largest collection in the Your Plumbing System Defective
pish: Col. Robertson has kindly fur. soldiers preservation to posterity of at the publisher the work of correction I not requested, such documents will be ,world.. In the collection is the mammoth
nished The Jouisal the following least their names, their companies and of errors has been steadily going on,I Fled with the records for future refer crocodile, ")1iaL' Joe," which Sewer is- not necessarily generated in the sewer, but is
and will continue until the records gas
statement of facts which ought to are I crocodile incaptivity.
regiments. The disastrous 'fire of 1901 ence. is 'saia-: to be the largest
prove very interesting reading to tnat almost destroyed Jacksonville all aj nearly perfect" as they can be,] .It is seventeen and a half 1 frequently created in the plumbing system within the house and

Floridians generally but to the old and caused a total loss of so many made at this late c'ate. i A. M. LeFRANCAIS, feet in length and tips the beam at 1 i! enters the apartments through defective fixtures.
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Florida soldiers particular: I I valuable records' drove home the conviction How ''Details Are Secured. VETERINARY SURGEON. 1,700 pounds.! This'monster maneaterwas
Soldiers of Florida. that the state owed Dome consideration The book has been a surprise to the! PHONE 497. captured by none other than AllI- I The mast danger,
The men of the South have always to the memory of its faithful majority of the veterans and the question I i gator Joe himself about> six months agon
!been> the makers of history, but seldom sons and in 1903 Mr. Long, of- has often been asked! : "How wag j the,Florida Keys and Its owner says ous sewer gases ate
the recorders: of their deeds. It]I Bradford introduced the bill that soon all. this information gathered?" The that soon after it was placed in captivity often inotforoaj and
11' to this reluctanc }3 tell their own, became Chapter 5203Laws of Florida records were built up piece by :piece 1905 it threw up quantities of human therefore d&xuf :
fcton, that the neglect: on the part of and under which the work of compilation from paroles, old muster rolls and' The Model bones and large portions of red shirts. i not
'IhE!> actors, to record the names and has been carried on. partj: of muster rolls, hospital and I It is believed that it had eaten: several ered u.tll ilUeaha! ,
needs of the Soldiers of Florida, is to Work a Difficult One, sick reports records of cemeteries'I RemingtonSholes Indians who had attempted to cap renders
b, attributed. Owing to the destruction of many reports of engagements, morning re-, ture it accessary an
In every war that has afflicted this records the death of many of the ports, guard and fatigue details and examination Cjf con.-
country since Florida became a unit prominent actors in the great tragedy reports, old newspapers published' dur- Do .YouLoveyour ditions, bvt.oltq.t oII
of the federation Floridians have aays !- the age and failing mental powers of ing the war, personal letters and baby You wonder why he cries.
* bourn a conspicuous part. In most of the survivors the work has diaries, an old "Company Book," FirstSergeant's with its new billing attachmentsand Buy'a bottle of White's Cream Vermi late to repair the damage
rolls, and the memories of instantly interchangeable car- Most babies .II
will never cry.
and he doneI
!: tabulator and fuge
riages, two- color I *
and care being taken to ;
officers men
and the mothersdon't .
have worms r
is I
ribbon movement, the
mother feels a verify as far as possible every detail combined most com- know it. White's Cream Vermi a '' i If you are in
dread of the pain by submitting the statements of each plete rids the child of worms and I-1-I + C'
Mbg I to other survivors of the same com fuge doubt, consult us regarding
Mileof danger attendant upon Billing andCorrespondence cleans out its system in a pleasantway.
most critical period mand. Every mother should keep a the piping! ,also
Main Divisions.
Two
her life. Becoming bottle of this medicine in the house. the replacing of defective
Soon after the work was com need never enter her
a mother should be a source,, of joy to all, but the suffering and menceo!! it became manifest that if the machine manufactured. Designedas With mind. it,Price fear 25c. Sold by all drug. fixtures wild

danger incident to the,ordeal makesits, anticipation one ,of misery. names and records of a large numberof it was for fast service, built for gists.: SfenhSssT Porcelain
Mother's Friend is the only remedy:which relieves woman of the great soldiers of the Great War were to hard use, recommended by experts
pain and danger of maternity; this hour which is dreaded as woman's be preserved the work of gatheringthe and guaranteed against wear,it is NOTICE. Enameled Ware,
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names and records must be the offered the idealTypewriter "
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severest trial is not only made painless, but all the danger is avoided first consideration and to the exclusion as Notice is hereby given that the undersigned i t L. 4 -/ which is acknowledged
vessels
of the following -
by its use. Those who use this, remedy are no longer 'despondent or of the historic part, because the J will not owners be responsible for any i the best sanitary equip

gloomy; ; nervousness, nausea and other distressing conditions are veterans were rapidly passing away I I; debts contracted In the name of said I ment in the world.
overcome, the system if made ready for the coming.event, and the and the with them would go of to 'oblivion for producing the most good work in vessels unless first authorized by a I
memories
serious accidents so common to the critical names comrades.: and Again, the only many means gallant the shortest time with the least effort. written order signed by us. The above' WICKE & COg

tour are obviated by the use of Mother's for the detection of error lay ,in .pub-I Write today for full description. notice refers,to the following vessels: '

Friend. "It is worth its weight in gold," MOlh'er's licity. The book published, errors I Local unoccupied Agents territory.wanted for Schooner,Althea,Franklin, Amy, Wixon Caldwell, H'I
Colt, Mary L. Harty
could and would be corrected, a thing
who have used it.
many $1.00 Ariola Francis &,
bays per impossible: of accomplishment so Ipng THE ARITHMOCRAPH CO. ma Jane,' Osceola .
at drug stores. Book containing as the matter was manuscript no MajestioBidg., ChicagoJACKSONVILLE Margery, Silas ,Stearns 'Algoma, Halcyon ; :---
|aluable> information of interest to all women, will matter how strenuous the effort to William H. Warren, Clara P., -- -- -' ._-- =:"!' ::-'- '! -I

be sent to any address free upon application toB.TADF1EID fr"Ie'D' d discover and eradicate them.. Sewell} Isabelle., ,
while the work.of hunting out and FLA. WARREN FISH COMPANY. I Subscribe for The Journal J i.y i.-
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I I MRS. JOHN AVERY'S SIX HAND Misses Leonora and Molly Miller, Boys' Knee Trousers
WE CARRY A COMPLETE ,LINE OF FOR MRS. HART OF ATHENS, GA. Miss Willie Tiller, Miss Llllie Crooks, -
MB., John Avery entertained very Miss Hazel Gheene, Miss Flossie
handsomely at cards Friday afternoonfor White, Miss Maud Clarke( the charm-
UNION Mrs. J. F. Hart'of Athens, Ga. ing little slater of the honoree), Mr. We have just received
Mj4DEFOOTWEAR The first floor of the beautiful home Jack'Vergin, Mr. Miguel Florest; Mr.
was thrown into one large airy room, Robert Pine, Mr. George Nunez Mr.
giving: ample space about each of the Williams, Mr. George Williams of l
nine tables of six hand euchre, for Mobile, Mr. White and Mr. "Chip" One: Thousand Pairs
comfort and-incidentally for displaying Klumpker. ,
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the cool summer toilettes the :!.. i '.
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Women playing or moving aboutA WILL SPEND JUNE '
few* choice flowers' were, taste AT OLD MILL ftTN.Misj :
The largest stock.in the city 'fu.llI.placed: and fruit punCh,-toe cream_ : Taylor will open The. Oil f.
and cake were delightfully served'." 1 Mill Inn on' the first, and among her Being a new line with us and wishing to acquaint th e
to select from. We give :Miss Stella Avery Miss Elise guests for June are, Mrs. Albert
what WANTat Chlpley' and Miss Edna Avery served Hyer, bliss Dalaye Hyer Mr. public with the fact, we have decided to offer the entire

you you the delicious, fruit punch on the Knowles: flyer Mr. and Mrs. W. B. line at prices that will bring you to our store to buyBoys'
the WANTED price gallery. Wright and sons Harold and Will,
The games were interesting and and maid; Mr. and Mrs. L. Hilton
the prizes exceptionally beautiful.Mrs. Green. Miss Aaa! Hilton: Green and
Hart the honoree was presented Mr. Mann Hilton Green; Judge and
MEYER SHOE CO. with an initialed gold hat pin Mrs.. Bellinger, Mr.\ and Mrs. Cad-
as a souvenir. walader Jones Mr. and Mrs. RichardM.
FEET FURNISHERS FOR FOLKS Mrs. L. Hilton-Green won the first Cary, son and nurse;; Mrs. W.. H. Knee TrousersAll25c
prize, a gold belt' buckle set with: McClellan, Mr. Robert Denham, Mr.J .
amethysts. Clark Porter, Mr. Samuel Pasco
Qlrs. Oliver J. 'Semmes won the Mr. C. L. Shine, Mr. Khieer Lieutenant '
consolation,, a pair of "old brass"candlesticks. ; Vogel. U. S. N. Mr. Norman H.
Garrett Mr. Riley Mr. Wagner, Mr.
102 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.Fountain Mrs. C. W. Lamar captured the Patillo Campbell and :Mr. A. E. Wash Trousers
booby, a lovely gob! stick pin. Brooks. I 19c
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CHARMING PENSACOLJA' Mrs. Julian S. Sibley and son John

I GRADUATE OF'BELMONT are in.Birmingham, Ala., visiting All 50c White Duck '
REACHES FINE CLIMAXIN relatives on Highland avenue.
-- and Linen Wash 42c '
-r ''DRAMITIC RECITAL, 0 Pique
: 1 The many friends of:Mr. and Mrs. O. MrsA.. E. MacDavid is visiting in TrousersAll
L. Bass and their lovely daughters, Mobile, Ala.
will be interested in the following comments ,
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on the graduation recital in The younger sets dance at the 75c Wash Trousers 63cAll

I ISyringes elocution of :Miss .Cornie Bass, which Country Club Friday night was enJoyably in Bloomer Style
: took place in Nashville, Tenn.,'Thars- small ant!! informal. ,
day evening, :May 10. .
"The senior classes of Belmont College .. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Simpson's' in- ,.i- :' 50c Worsted and
are in a whirl of 'final, exams,' fant son Ralph Busnnell Jr., will be 43c

rehearsals, recitals and preparations christened at' their home this after; ,. Cassimere Trousers
for commencement exercises, which noon. '
will begin Saturday May 26, and continue -+- 67C
daily, closing Wednesday night Miss Lflllie Taylof is expecting" a : All 75c Wool Trousers

May 30. charming guest, Miss May Curtis of .
"Miss Cornelia; Bass of Pensa- New York, to arrive this week and '.
Hot Water cola, Fla., edito -in-chief of the spend most of the summer. All our fine $1. Worsted

\ Belmont Annual will remain fora and Serge Trousers in both Q / Q
; few days after commencement to !Mr. and Mrs. Austin A. Fisher
complete her work up to and includ1 went to housekeeping Friday at 411 plain and bloomer style

ing commencement.exerc1.ses. North Palafox..
"At her graduation recital in elocution .
Bottles. Thursday night Miss Bass more Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keyes Yonge
; than pleased her instructors especially -, have carts out for a reception ,
.. her teacher in elocution, who said Thursday evening May 24, for their i This.Sale Monday Morning at 7:30: Sharp
:Mien Bass had done even. better than son and his bride Mr. and Mrs. Henry Begins
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she ever thought she could. The Mathew Yonge.

and other Rubber ''Goods young girl made a pretty picture in .o This is a chance to save money on your BOY'S
her soft frock of pale green messalinesilk Mrs. John Denham Is in Pensacola -
with trimmings of white Irish I for a. week from West: Point, Miss., TROUSERS. Come early and get the pick.
point as she stood smiling and blushing guest at Miss Taylor's. '
among the floral tributeSShowered &
upon her."There. Mr. James D.' Myers left Friday
We are just in receipt of a large and varid were dozens and dozens n.orning for Jacksonville to accept a WATSON PARKER & REESE
each of various flowers, but of them position with $4 jfc frill Company. His
assortment of Rubber Goods comprising Founx all :Miss Bass seemed partial to a great ister' Miss: Pearl} Myers expects to 9
bunch of sweet peas, for which her; leave June 2 for Chicago.
friends w.ere inclined Jo tease her till SUCCESSORS TO GREEN & WATSON.
tain Syringes. Hot Water Bottles, etc., and it was learned they were from her two.I Mrs.. George Hirtman of Alabama
little brothers Henry and Oscar Bass is expected tomorrow -on a .visit to 33 and 35 South Palafox Street.

also a line of different pieces for repairingsuch way down in Florida. I relatives and-. friends
"As a matter of curiosity it was _
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articles. We are rather heavily stockedon that there were .twenty-fir very ill at her residence corner
dozens of whit? double carnations, Romana and Florida Blanca, for several -
all kinds of Rubber Goods and our customers two dozens American Beauty roses, six I I weeks, Was reported to be in a 7/te Journal's Daily Fashion Feature. joeso's
dozens pink and white tea roses; critical condition last evening.
seven dozens of Easter. lilies and four *
are assured of a large assortment from dozens of peonies, among her floral Miss Madeline Ery of Mobile is Ice Cream Factorycan
tributes. the guest of Miss Eva Muller. .
which to select. '.. "''In her climax in The' Sign of the ,=n* furnish you cream ia
Cross," at her graduation recital The "Cosmos Euchre ,Club" composed
Thursday night, Miss "Cornie" Bass I of a few ladies of Warrington .. r A any quantity. Satisfactloa
ag she is best konwn-at Belmont, was ;;and Woo&ey! met with Mrs. Edward guaranteed.
These all :" fine. G. Higgins Wednesday afternoon.: PHONE 1326
are "Miss Dixie Bass of Pensacola, Fla., SAM BOSSO. Prop.GINGER .
is here to witness her sister's graduation (Continued on Page Fourteen) .
and to renew acquaintance with

Standard Makes ,:= ,: # her former Belmont classmates. Miss I I .., >_" _,_ .,,4
Dixie Bass was one of the beautiful To Remove Freckles& Pimples
maids of Honor to the queen of Pens I Icola's
I.Tea Days 'Ose .
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06 carnival. Nadinola
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_ and will be sold at the popular '"Hooton JOHN E WEUSH JR., GIVEN A new dlKorerj, sold
under a positive Soar-
SURPRISE ON BI'RTHDAY.' antes aDd tajatj refunded -
J Prlces"--dirt cheap.. The residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. in every ease
where U falls to nave
G. Welsh on West Romana, was the freckles, pIDl'ea, llnr.I .
scene Friday night of a merry sur-I I asrt spoUt tan-tan, uliown -
This is I ss, collar dlwolora- ALEis
the chance to
supply yourselves with priss to their eldest son Johnie to Lions blackheads aa*all
celebrate his fifteenth birthday. I I erapUoni of of Ua tkia,Mnaiver /' '

these indispensable household articles !Miss Cornelia Welsh, Mr. and' Mrs.I standing Cures ordleury
; Hual!, and Miss Rosalie Pierce assisted .... -=- case in 10 ears,and the
:: F worst la 20 dajt. After one of the most healthfulas
in entertaining the guests.' tbese defects are removed the skin will be ,
Those present were, Misses Lo- clear soft healthy and beautiful.: No posilM
harm can result from Its use. 40)cents and urn well as pleasing
. and Norma Bazzell Clem Was-
rena at leading drug stores or by mall. "
ner, Willie Moody, Virginia Merritt,
Tena"The
NATIONAL TOILET COMPANY. Paris.
I : Clyde Hilda, and Lois Welsh; Blanche ... /
I Hoofon'sPharmacy Soderqulst, Nell Hual, Hilda Griffin,I \ Summer Beveragesthat
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and Messrs. Eugene MdCullagh,
Charles Cope, Kastoir Soderquiat,
Merritt Stearns, Will Merritt, Johnie, Best is What We Sell"
The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery. Charles, and Everett Welsh; Joseph 'J your family can drink.

Sennott, Watts P5erce..
A prize offered to the prettiest lit r. We have a new brand:
PHONE 1100.
tle lady present was awarded to Miss
Norma Bazzell, and for the handsomest A
young gentleman to Master

Eugene McCullagh. DELATOUR
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\! Have You Got a Tender Face? with FRIDAY The Mrs.Friday AFTERNOON C. D.Afternoon Bayer CLUB.and Club enjoyeda met SPAR GINGER ALE

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delightful
No matter how tender your face game.
1 you can shave yourself easily
i fay won the first prize a beautifulrose r
''I quickly and close with a Gillette :
Safety Razor. One Razor jar and hand painted placque. I
same as twenty-four. Complete for b5.00.COe' Mrs. Dave Delony won the consolation equal to the imported
a pair of panel pictures, and 'J'JA
; i :Books.tore. Mrs. Charles Rupert the' booby a A article,
' ; Phone 235. pair of bisque statues. i t -*
213 Somtli Ptltlox Street, Pentaeala The lone band, prize, a silver shirtwaist I (1 9( Anian
set, went to Miss Louise Pfeiffer &I tpl.\J per: UUlt\lU
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NNNN.1NN.NON.................. .......... The next meeting will .b with NEW MODEL .

', Mrs. Yniestra. GUS'I The vogue of tie separate skirt for stitched flat to the coat; the samo Try a dozen bottles of

wear with dainty lingerie or neatly stitching repeated on the coat edges.
l-lNO| PREPARATION MISS HAZEL CLARKE tailored waists: has led to a marked Four brown mottled buttons of me- this excellent drink.
HAD A PRETTY SURPRtSE. dium size, with loops.of fine soutache
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Miss Hazel dark wasasked.to call demand for separate coats, one ot braid,
make
theclosing, smaller but
1 : I NO' WAITS i at Mrs. Cynthia: Rosique's Friday ASPARAGUS!! the: illustration. The material is a tons set on the back ot tie sleeve of We know it will please you.
j evening, and-when-she-arrived itwas tan cloth cut on the smartest of lines mutton leg pattern in the facing of
,- nothing unusual to find doors- We have just received a new back! and front suggesting rather which Is set a narrow strip of lightweight -
1... and windows open and "no lights. 'shipment of Asparagus and it's that fitting the figure. There Is no halr lo h. The, lining silk lain
i when you use gar for cooking you have to make no prep But when she got:Inside the lights the best, too.IWhole centre 'back seam, those from the a lighter shade of tan. With this
ff eration for fire buildin'g no long waits for the fire to suddenly turned on and she saw a Asparagus, small tins 20c shoulder serving to give better lines coat Is worked a Jaunty little sailor
i hot-nothing to do but turn a value strike a matchwhen get crowd of people, she couldn't- think WholElA.sparaguslal'ge tins 40c to the figure in the back as veil as of tan, honeycomb braid, trimmer Sol Cahn & Go
1 what was the matter. the 'front. The collar is of tan silk,
-presto -evel1.thing's.ready.. for cooking! and you can j' Asparagus Tips medium size 35c with blue bachelor buttons.:
,1 bake, stew Everything was In pink-the decor-
; boll or -anything that can be done on .
any ations, the cakes ice cream and -
other stove, and with no worry, wait or fret. Only costs The Pure Food Stort,
ARMY AND
candy-all in that dainty color and
t j : thirteen. dollars. NAVYANNUAL mittee which has the matter in charge
'. when she learned that it was all} to DANCE means to make it an enjoyable affair
: compliment her :Jon her fifteenth'' ROSENAU&GERELDS.. for all who attend The public is cor. Southwest Corner Palafox and ''nlenclen
: birthday little Miss Hazel was certainly The Army and Navy Union is to give dially invited.
1 ;: delighted. I its 'grand annual ball Tuesday May
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:: Pensacola Gas Company Among the guests was Prof. Ham. The Fancy Grocers, 23 Palmetto Beach. Great preparations SEA ISLAND SHEETING 25
rkh: of Public School. No., 2, Miss are being made to make the
4 YARDS $1.00... NO ONE1 OVER
Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. Hazel's teacher. ." -- ONE:
1 : | Phona 397. Pensacofa. event a big success. Convenient CUT. ; ,
........................NN1NN. ............: Others, Modeste present''were3Vsses and Fritzlana) Roslque Cynthia schedules-wilt 'be -arrangedand- -refreshments F. E. BRAWNER'S
served. coin
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regular 5c values \10 yards Bordered Linen Towels 35c Climax Steel Frames at 1.50, I.75and$2.00eacb.$ ;' i.'

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Insertions regular 15e values, 15c values, only IOC each. values, only IOC each. only 25C each. 81x 90 inches, only SOc tic, only 1Oc a yard. + : :

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3 I 50 dozen Ladies' Vests lOc 100 Ladies' $4,00 and S4.50 75 Ladies' Waists 75c val 25 Bed Spreads regular $1,25 50 dozen Mercerized Table 8 1.3e values only 5c a + ;. :I f.

values, 3 for 25C. Skirts, only$3.49c each. ues, only 49c each. values, only 98c each. Napkin $1,75 values, only yard. '
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TO NORTH POLE BY'AIR'" big many.'airship air ship; himself ascensions l and and will tests make\li i[l .- f I You Have lialaria' J
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France to of perfect the dirigible himself balloon.in the management ,Suspended -- "ReasonPeople Why f ARMY KNOCKEEDLII K[ _:

SHIP AND STEEL BOATThe beneath the air ship will be a often speak to us
Mullins steel boat,weighing about 22a about the popularity of our place z
Ibs., and with a carrying capacity of and the steady "come-back" MgRSINS
2,500 Ibs.The > habit of every person who comes T BY f T THEWRITERS f .
trip will be made during the boats now under construction here the first time. This is but
Trip to Be Undertaken by b Walter long daylight months of the year,and will be about 16 ft. long by 4} ft. the natural result of our meth--
ccmmunication With-the world will be wide amidships, and will be made of ods of doing businessT'ng WILL CURE YOU
Wellman for ChicagoAPPARATUS maintained throughout the trip by pressed steel plates, with h'gh gun ; the very best materials that'canbe
wale. Both boats ,will be completed' [ CORES
means of three wireleSs telegraph sta had to make our sodas and
Record.HeraId tions. The first will be located at about May 15 and shipped 'to Trom-. creams. The natural result is TROUBLESBEST
Hammerfest, where connection is had soe, Norway, where the steamer which: a rich cream of velvety smooth- LIVER
with the Atlantic cable, the second Will will carry the Wellman expedition and! ness and delicious flavor and
!foe at Spltzbergen, the headquartersof outfit to its headquarters at Spltzber: cool, sparkling soda that's fit (Continued From Page Nine.) FOR
TO BE USED BY CELEBRATED the expedition', and the third on gen is now lying. After the most severe for the gods. Cream furnishedIn H. St. J. Wienholtz, city. CONSTIPATIONGUARANTEED -'
board of the air ship. tests, one of the two boats will quantities for dinners! enter- Daisy Hartzog city.
CORRESPONDENT
NEWSPAPER The air ship in which the Wellman be selected for the polar expedition.: tainments, picnics, etc.COFFEE Camelia Schmitz; city.
AND POLAR EXPLORER Record.Herald expedition Is to make In case of the destruction of the air Ruth- Head; city. PRICE 50 CENTS
its dash to the Pole is now being built ship, the steel boat will be used for Florence. Carlin, city. ALL De aLERS.Cis .
IN AERIAL VOYAGE OF DIS- by Engineer Louis Godard in Paris.It crossing the ]long stretches of open ; Edo'Swaine.-crty.
will be approximately 165 ft. long water, and will be mounted on sleds Hot Biscuits and Rolls every Millie Swalne; city. ,. .
COVERY-START WILL BE MADE, and its greatest diameter will be about for crossing the ice fields. In such morning at 5 o'clock. Charles (;nunn, city.
of event, the steel boat would-become the CC S
52 ft. will have
LATTER PART OF JUNE. 16,000 lbs.It and the a weight lifting! of power the air&hipwlth most important part of the equipment, I Warren Ida Malloocity.E. Anderson: city. A good 8 day Parlor Clock. .. ........... ..... ... ... ... .....$5.00
as its strength makes it practically I city.Theresa A good 8-day Parlor Clock, with alarm 53.00 I
machinery
Expedition after expedition has been complete, will its motors""be 6,600 and H>s. The indestructible while its lightness*enables -|I I :Alberta Pourtless Halanzano city. 8-day Mission Clocks $2.75 to. . .. .... ... ... ... .? ... .. ..$5.00. -"
sent out to solve the mystery of the weight of the crew, instruments, wireless it to be handled easily. As the Kandy Kitchen Cafe. Charlie Sbderquist, city. Repairing at reasonable prices.
North Pole, without success, yet in and other apparatus, and gasoline Wellman expedition will take ut'one Blle Brown city. J. F. DAVIS, JEWELER, at Coe's Book Store
face of the previous discouraging fail will be 9',400 .lbs The air ship boat, it is presumed that Mr.. \VeU- 104 S. Palaf ox. Phone 999a Kasten Soderquist, city. ,
ures, Walter Wellman, internationallyfamous will be propelled\ by two motors, one man made the most careful search Maggie Diaz, city.
as explorer, lecturer, and of 50 and the other of 25 H. P., driv throughout the entire world for the Fred Levy, city.
newspaper correspondent, is soon to ing two screws, and giving a speed of lightest yet strongest boat"which could .. j Nearly Correct. NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
undertake correspondent, is soon to from ten to'nineteen miles an.hour. possibly be built, and it is not merely j Among those whose answers are
undertake for the Chicago Record-The length of the car., which is made a coincidence that the Peary expedition few years before tourists will bring nearly correct are, ,
Herald a dash to the North Pole in an entirely of.steel tubing, is a little over which recently sailed in searchof back to us from the Arctic resorts' '!Mian, and Jack Suggs: Gladys! and and,, PHONE 1186 E. W. LAWRENCE Prop. No.8 WEST ROMANIST
air and cabin the North Pole, should also carry glowing stories of the beauty and Elmire Ball; Arthur. William: ,
ship. ft. and engine -
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On two previous occasions, In 1894 for the crew are enclosed.- a Mullins steel boat as part of its grandeur of the frozen north.If I Manuel- Johnson; Anita,Girl Frank.Frel1elNeuman Joe:
Antoinette
Regina and ;
and 1899, Mr. Wellman has headed Three thicknesses of falbric are being equipment. j! A'oraham. John, Bridgett -
polar! expeditions and about the lat-! used in the'construction of the gasbags The whole world will watch with. You Don't and Sam Jennett Di Lustro; Arthur PUZZLE ANSWER? COUPON
succeed the first time use Herblne
ter part of June expects to start from of the air ship, two of cotton ma- the 'greatest interest the attempts of and' Ernest Wllburn, Edith Parise.
Spitsbergen, some 600 miles north of terial and one-of silk,with three coat- the Wellman Record-Herald, and the and you will get instant relief. The'I Josephine Nelson, Carrie Davidson.
Hammerfest, Norway, which. Is within in'gs of pure rubber. All three are! Peary expeditions to discover, the greatest liver regalartor., A positivecure I' Lena Israel. Louie Barbare, Charlie Answers Must Be Written on This Coupon E&nk.! No
">T5 geographical miles of the Pole, consolidated into. one. fabric, giving North Pole. Whicl will win the shipor for Constipation and Dyspepsia Malaria Delmar,_ William Lee. Lloyd Miller, Attention Will Be raid Those Not Written On It No>> ;
and it is estimated that the party great strength. the air ship? Should Walter Well Chills all liver complaints: Callle Colvin, Tom King, Dennis W., Exception to this Rule.
should be able to make the trip to the Before starting on his trip Mr. Well- man .suceed in reaching the Pole,and Mr. Cof Emory, Texas, writes: !i and Susie P. Eagan Bessie Blias, Mon- I
North Pole in ten or twelve days. man expects to be ableto.manage the unveil its mysteries, it may be only "My herself wife and has children been using for five Herblne years. for It roe Smith, Nell West Alberta Reno, My answers to the puzzles in The Journal today are as follows:
Lettie F. Martin
I I Elizabeth Sigari
for and
I is'a cure constipation
sure
I M. Bumer! ;
Leoni!, Althea and Lloyd
I malaria fever, which is substantiatedby Lucy tSwalne/Joe Riera Newton Axel- No.l .
what it has done for my family." son, Annie Lee Boyd Belle, and Clyda
fy RJ Sold by all druggists. Murphy; Boykin Hyer Judith Maxwell -,
Bessie Henson, Sadie Bernstein, No. 2No.4 ,

m YOU CAN SET A GOOD TABLE. COLLINS AND PONSPURCHASE BARBER SHOP Kathleen Suggs Edwin and Clarence Dunham, Stokes Benton, Effie and

Pensacola, Fla., :May 14, 1906. Ethel;Gilmore; Willie Chisholm Russell -- No. 3
We have this day sold to Boos Pens Robemon. Anna HenrSckson Ruby I'
i I and Clarence Collins the barber shop Stone, Jennette'
Wilkerson, Hannah ]
Seven Days in a Week and Three Times a Day formerly owned by Bauer & Matthews Farina Lilla Lowry. Mary Wells] ,;!' ., c
'which we purchased May: 1st. Everett' Solari, Harriet McSwean, Re-
ru tUtU McCluskey,',,
.' SOLOMON FURNITURE CO. ba Mae Dunham Earnest '
And yet stay within your means. It's merely a matter of man N We, the undersigned! are continuing Eugene Ksrchoffer, Roy Carlin, James No. 5 ,
ftIru to run this shop in first-class style Rowan all give "No 3. Rea"c or
fjfj agement-of knowing where to.buy. Let us fill yourorders. We ,and will appreciate a callCOLLINS i 'Reid." No.6
& ro. S. Everitt Rice will please read carefully
guarantee to satisfy you. No matter if you want a small steak or m the rule at the" top of the "Puz '

a roast, or a few slices of ham-, or whether you want a nice, big,. j U{ ,Notice Is hereby NOTICE.given that the undersigned zle N'ow-let's: Answer Coupon.see what the fruits of to No. 7

fjN fine, juicy tenderloin steak; or a1.big tender roast, or a fat chicken' will not owners be of responsible the following for vessels any will day'"that.pictures old dollar"will be go? ? And where j I No. 8 .

We also supply you with all kinds of vegetables. j jGARTLAND debts contracted in the name of said
OJru or turkey. can NN vessels unless first authorized by a The Life Insurance.
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written order signed by us. The above muddle n
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wonderful success that
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notice refers to the following vessels: thinking.
Schooner Althea Franklin, Caldweli H. has met Ballard Horehound Syrupin 10'H H
: & ZELIUS Influenza,
l i Colt, Mary L. Harty, Amy Wixon, Emma its crusade on Coughs
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Jan. Osceola, Arlola. Francis & Bronchitis and.all Pulmonary troubleshas .
m. Stearns, Hal started the public to thinkingof Name
( Margery. Silas Algoma -
(3N William H. Warren, Clara P. this wonderful preparation. They J
INTENDENCIA PHONE 1132eeeaeaeaaaaaaaesHaasHaeeaaHseaeaeeHaaaec rui yon I
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COR. ( .Dwell,WARREN Isabelle. FISH COMPANY. are and all down using.withsickness.it. Join Price 25 c, Street No"TH.E ., ----.- .- .
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A Wash Goods Counter. these prices: 75 Sample Skirts,
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; This will be one of the busiest sections. Make 27-inch Cross-Bar Muslin, in neat checks. c crowd you'll fund here to-morrow. Expressing the highest ideals of the most .
worth 71-2c MONDAY L ...... flC 98
it to test these values These ---- -- MONDAY c
1 a point Monday. __ authentic moulders. There's
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{ goods are all from the famous Claflin sale of 30-inch India Linon, sheer and'smooth, rn
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f Choice patterns of FIGURED BATISTE, fabric, and a pure grass-bleached Linen, 0 ft ,Just received, 50 pieces of Pompadour and clusiveness and elegance.

in all color combinations, worth ft I* MONDAY------ -_-------------------- C Persian Silk Ribbon, No. 80, suitable for These of attention.
1 6 1-4, 7 1-2 and 10 cents, 4 5 C 25c are worthy your The
the new sashes, werth 35c; MONDAY__
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1 One case of Standard Dress Ginghams, EL throughout the land. We are well prepared to Comprehensive showing of New Washable The new Phylis Skirt, in Repillion and

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profitable to our fair guests as it was given during the year. Ourl meetings SOCIETYContinued
U. D. C. REPORT to us. have been well attended and held'rei' UNDER THE AUSPICES J OF GREAT RAZOR SALETHIS
j June 3rd the birthday of our noble ularly, except two months during' the
chieftain Jefferson Davis was observedby trying period of yellow fever, yet we MAIL
Pensacola No. 497 ( from Page Twelve)
a reception to the Veterans and continued to work, and were able to ,Lodge, WEEK
DELIVERED BY THE PRESIDENT Memorial Association, as was also the give substantial aid to several vet- The first prize was won by Miss Mar ORDERS
birthdays of those matchless heroes erans and their families. B. P, O. Elks, gie Wilkins and the second prize by ONLY FILLED
J ll': MRS. A. ,E. McDAVID, ATM Lee and Jackson, on which occasioncur :We have added 18 new members toUr Mrs T. R. Vogel. Wednesday the
I 'RS. A. E. MACDAYlO'AT be-loved: General S. G. French, delivered chapter roll five have been transferred AT THE LIBRARY.. HALL club will meet with Mrs. W. Watkins. 97c 97c
a 1 : an address that was an inspira-,:i 3 have been dropped fer non- TUESDAY MAY 22d .
tion to all. i i i of dues.It ,
t' ORLANDO payment :Miss Etta Hall entertained a score S2..50, AND 13.00 IMPORTED RAZORS 97c.
i Our chapter has formed an auxiliaryto is with sincere sorrow, that I haveto FOR THE BENEFIT OF of her young friend's Friday night at :
1. the southern educational fund, of announce the death of three value the residence of her parents Mr. Full Hollow Ground Set Ready For Use.
which Mrs. Martha Geilow is presidentand members: :Mrs. Sallie Gary Abercrom- The Pearl Eagan Home. and Mrs. J. J. Hall on West Jackson 1,000 Fine Imported Travelers Sample Razors will be placed on
[ (Following is the report delivered has pledged $10.00 annually.We tie: Mrs. Mary Wilson Day, Mrs. to celebrate her fourteenth I sale at 97c each. These razors are from one of the leading import
: cred by Mrs. A. E. MacDavid, president have decided to give an annual Emily Chlpley Jones, who was the first ADMISSION 50c. birthday. Miss Hall received a number I ers of razors in the United States. They are all high-grade sample? t
t of the Pensacola Chapter, U. medal to Graa'e 8, public school for 'president of Pensacola Chapter.We of beautiful gifts and many good! We secured the entire stock at a ridiculous figure. The assortment
r- D. C., at the state meeting of the the bst composition on "Southern have paid the following obligations wishes. I comprises all the well known makes including the "Wade & Butcher -
t Daughters of the confederacy at History" subject to be selected by a : FLAGLER LOCATESAT 0 ," "Brandt," "Rogers," Wostenholm" Pipe Razor, "X-L-N-T," and so
t Orlando ths! month: committee from our chapter.We State per capita .. ? .. .. $12.75 popular brands of all the famous makers. In fact we have 'been sell
have increased our state per National per capita .. ... .. 8.50 Mr. Richard Turner who has been ing the same identical razor as high as $2.50 and $3.00 each. Even-
Report of Pensacola Chapter. I! capita to 15 cents. JJichmond Museum ? .. .. ,. 10.00 ST. AUGUSTINE suffering from asthma for several razor is guaranteed perfect and set ready for use. Any razor soU
t Madam: President, and United W.9 have decided to give an entertainment Educational fund. .. ... .. .. 10.00 months and was quite ill Thursdayand that does not give perfect satisfaction can be exchanged. Special attention .
Daughters of the Confederacy Pensa- .. .. ,. Friday, was better last evening,
: annually for the Soldiers Cluster monument 6.00 --- will be given to mail orders and razors carefully selected.
coia extends to you, a loving greet, Home. The first being held on Feb Medal .. . .. ._ .. 10.00 to the great pleasure of his many BARBERS and OUR CUSTOMERS should take
inn I ruary 24, netted the sum of $41.00, Soldiers Home $10.00), $41.00 .. 51.00 The St. Augustine Record of Thurs. frien- 's. great sale as these are certainly high-grade goods.advantage of this!
\ r have the honor to submit the following which was forwarded to Mrs.W. :J. day says: Before leaving the city I
.t\. report: I. Cook. Through our efforts, l\. E. Lee Total .. . .$107.25 Tuesday to spend the summer in New Rev. J. W. Senterfit returned Friday -I WE WILL ALSO PLACE ON SALE
The year just closed has been one Park, where stands the beautiful Respectfully submitted, York, and at his Long Island' home, evening from the Southern Baptist I 3 1,000 of the Famous "randt Self .
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of loyalty and harmony in our chap monument to the uncrowned heroes Mi-S. A. E. MACDAVTD' Mr. Henry M. Flagler in an interview convention in Chattanooga, Tenn.I strops are sold and advertised Strop.
ter, Our first and most pleasant duty of the confederacy, has been beautified President: Pensacola Chapter. with a representative of the Record He stopped in Bluff Springs for 97c each. everywhere at $2.00. Our price
; made an announcement that will be Airs. Senterfit who visited her father 11''
-, -- .- --- received with a great deal of pleasureby Mr. E. V. McCaskill during his absence The Brandt Self Honing Razor Strop is the best on the
the people of the Ancient City. It and. brought her home with,, market today. The only razor strop in the world that hones
had been rumored that Mr. Flaglerhad him. and strops your razor at the same time and enables you to obtain
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i to this city. In reply to a request Mrs. W. J. Acosta will leave in a Brandt Honing Razor Strop will put a keener edge on a razor
i for information on that point, few days to join her son Mr. Walter with fewer strokes'than any other razor strop. Your razor
Mr. Flagler had this to say: Acosta and with him spend a weekor will show and your face will feel the difference at once. Guaj-.
'St! Augustine being headquartersfor so1 in Huntsville, Ala., where he anteed never to become hard or glossy.Hoton's .
the Florida! East Coast Railway has gong from Nashville to build up.
ofi + Company have found since the work Mr. Acosta expects to return about, Pharmacy
t l began: on the Key West extension, it June 1, entirely restored to health. ,
has become necessary for me to spend. Corner Palafox and Romana Sts.
much more of my time in St Augustine Mrs. A. C. Wicke, who recently returned
t 30 o wee than I have done for several years from her reunion visit to New I Birthplace of Prompt Delivery
1 l deweyou past. When I came South last fall, I Orleans, now has her lovely cousin Phone 1100
decided to transfer my legal residenceto Miss Annie Hoffman of New Orleansas PENSACOLA, FLA.
St. Augustine, and so announced to her guest for a month or two.

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I or three months there every winter." she visited on her return from the
.. reunion in New Orleans.:
: If he will not sell Arbuckles'ARIOSA advises yon to take loose grocery store your grocer does not sell. ARIOSA Stag Varnish Wood Stains

; write to us. We will supply you direct. coffee, instead of Arbuckles' ARIOSA, let us send you a EVERY COMPANY 'Dr. and_ Mrs. Renshaw are now occupying -!' '

t? You 'will get greater value for-your he doubtless believes he is doing you a Family Box. iNo.their 6 West.bana'scme Gonzalez.new residence Put up ;Jo gallons, half gallons, quarts and pints. Stir

money-a better pound of coffee-full favor, whereas he is really depriving you On receipt r.8o express or postal PAYING IN FULL I contents can after opening and apply smoothly with
Mrs. W. W. Richards and son brush to the woodto be stained/
and delicious Dollar a
of the most wholesome seventy-five
;- weight-than he can sell you under any money order, we will send 10 pounds of HHag!; returned last evening from 'gallon.
; other name. He cannot sell Arbuckles' beverage that you can buy, something ARIOSA in a wooden box, transportation REMARKABLE CON'DITI'ON'' IN vsits of three weeks! in Gulfport and
ARIA loose''by the pound out of a better than anything else he can sell you paid to your nearest freight station. CONNECTION WITH THE SAN Mobile. LUMBER AND BUILDERS' MATERIAL AND HARDWARE ALWAYS
ON HAND.
in for the price. The sales-of Arbuckles' The $1.80 pays for the transportationand FRANCISCO DISASTER.A I Crist.
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bjn or bag, because we supply only Mrs. B. Lt and sons La Roe,
the coffee, which will be, in the
>: sealed packages that you can identify ARIOSA Coffee exceed the sales of all remarkable thing i in connectionwith and Erldeen. of Mulat, arrived Sat- Saunders Mill
coffee from otherpackagecoffees in the United States original packages bearing the signatureof the San Francisco disaster is urdaymorning on a visit to his Company,
the
every time, which protect combined, and the business of Arbuckle Arbuckle Bros. that entitles you to that while! many insurance com mother Mrs. L. J. Crist.' They leave Phone 717. 21 East Garden Street.
J. the dust and impurities that loose coffee. free presents. Ten pounds-ten pack- panies have been driven ta the wall..this evening. -
Bros.exceeds that of the four next largest .
Coffee If write for the whole twenty companies repre-
absorbs-and insure full weight ages-ten signatures. :yon I .
: becausethe sented by in this cty! In- Miss Margaret Wrighton's draw-
concerns in the world, simply Knowles Bros.,
it will send free book
exposed tp the air loses its flavor, receives better coffee we a containingfull are paying their losses fully and ing lor the mantel piece, the lucky have arrived for an extended visitwith
strength and purity. You cannot tell public actually particulars and colored pictures of promptly and are continuing to do I1umb'r 94 was: held by Mrs. R. P. Mr. and Mrs. D: 'K. Klusmeir.Mrs. Grand Annual Ball
where it came from-neither can the for their money in Arbuckles' ARIOSA I nearly: 100 presents for users of Arbuc- business as though nothing hay hap- Dilg?r.Mrs.. Muithay is convalescing from
than they can buy in any other way. ** kles' ARIOSA Coffee. pened. I a serious illness and comes to her
grocer-he may think he knows-but hedoesn't This speaks well for the companies D. Hoist and family have gone I daughter Mrs. Klusmeir's for the by the
and all can ever know is the Arbuckles'ARIOSA Coffee is good to The price of coffee fluctuates-we but it speaks also volumes for to the bay-shore for the summer and benefit of her health. .
you drink-it quenches the thirst and tastes cannot guarantee it for any period. the judgement which Knowles Bros Mr. Johnie Hoist will occupy her city \ Army and Navy Union, Palmetto
}; Fee ticket. It is worth remembering good. Most' people need it. It aids Address our nearest office, Box Pept.. exercise in the selection of sound! residence.. Ask your grocer for Blue Ribbon Vanilla
,that outward appearance is no indication digestion, increases the power and am- companies to represent in their the extract of known purity. Beach, May 22, 1906.
i; ARBUCKLE BROTHERS, agency., I Mr; C. R. Burgoyne and family left
'i, ,of "cup" quality. bition to work and it makes one feel like Trains leaving Fort Barranca- at
Knowles Bros., is the oldest insur- Saturday morning to spend a week or UNION OVERALLS AND JUMP.
,} Grocers as a rule are honest, trustworthy doing things-no after depression. n Water Street,New York City. ance agency in Pensacola having; two 'visiting relatives and friends iu ERS, WORTH $1.00.. WILL SELL 7:00 p. m.; train leaving beach tor
100 Michigan Avenue,Chicago Ill been in the business since 1866, and Mobile. Fort Barrancas at 12 o'clock, and returning -
I men who would not onswously United States soldiers drink more cof Liberty Arenue and Wood Street Ptttsberghc t the firm is known probably to more MONDAY AT 70e. to Pensacola.
r mislead y.u. Whenever ore of them fee than the soldiers of any other nation 421 South S"remh Street,SL Louis,M* people than any other of its kind 11. Mrs. H. E. Muithey and daughter F. 'E* BRAWNER'S ADMISSION 25c.
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,4 .. w. -..-;.t. .:, course that they are not afflicted with, broke a couple 0f!jrib* br.the: falL J his health. He turned out afterwarda ; 604 605 60S. 610 S. PalafOX St. r' -= ,. '
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= BENIFITSkCZ@'tHT1MANI'l'Y; av doors of the charitable hospitals are an unconscious condition., but when who had been thrown from his surrey i Special to The Journal. .T: .
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-I. t[! always'open to the poor and indigent,j I I awakened I 1t und myself in a char; Manager.
q"... '. .<' ,, ....-,'.l. ": .'.''*'', .. # ,i have ascertained that no charitable .' itable, hpspltaL receivingtie. best ol no papers on.his person when the accident I Reading room and Library hill late!;))' ::, .
ark iBt.1'HrorAS'G.. '.G, HA'YES'1"ti" .. '', /',','''', -- hospital or ward is located In care arid attention. 1 'is not what occurred by which hs could be received several new books, includin' j We will sell for ten days at less : : !
.. "hl, c' .11 identified. He is now an enthusiastic a set of "Makers of American HistoryRidpath's than cost ,-. : .
$ Pensacola. No place l to care for the one would c5pall in" :.f financially : 'j'
of charitable hospitals I Universal History Washing
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supporter :
$ destitute, sick and afflicted, except but did not ,aye money to throw Washing No. 2 Mackerel 2 for 15c. : #-
Universal History
two or three beds located in a Coca,]): away. When TVas ready to leave the I, Pensacola told members Experience.of the Persacola ing's Ridpath's Works. ; Smoked Halibut (very fine) 103 :j; ," ..
I was by
pound. r. !'
hospital which I understand Is soon tc I i institution was albout three per ;-f*
arch '
that if a Mrs.Iarion: Clutter, who has in De ,.
'police department per
Observation and travel is a great tion an ambulance or.the patrol wa'gonis : cease operations. :What is'dons with, weeks after the accident. I asked for! he or she I, Funiak since October, and made many Brood Red Salmon lOc per lb. .' n i'
injured
seriously ,
teacher but the greatest teacher of I called to convey the unfortunate to the sick and destitute, those who may my' bill. I II ..! son would was be conveyed home. friends, left for Pensacoa! Tuesday,, Holland Herring (In kits) 60c pet ., :1,:.',,
all Is the actual experience. This is his or her home or to..a hospital. I meet with serious accidents ana need I "You owe no bill," said a sweet far! "What if they have no home," I! where she Is to take charge of a singing kitKaiser '
said in reference to different Institutions Being a newspaper man of years, of; the Immediate services! of 'a physician .. ed nurse. I asked why not, and want. asked. class, and b9 organist in one of tha Herring (in tins) 45c per : :,. t ,
for the care of the wealthy as experience have taken a great In. ? Surely Pensacola Should' havean ed to know whohad paid my account.; "In that case I do not know what II churches there. tin. ..-:., .'
well as the indigent sick. Since com terest in hospitals a charitable character -! institution of some kind where "No one. This is a charitable' hospital would become of them." replied the i Mr. George H. Sidwell. one of our Salacine Sausage (imported) 2Co;;

ing to Pensacola I have taken painsto and what facilities are offered,:, those In need of medical attention, and it is naught but pleasure for, officer. I regular winter visitors, returned to per pound. '
We have fresh stock of .
a imported
investigate what treatment could in a municipality for the protection! could receive: provded even If they, us to provide for those who need our: Think, citizens of Pensacola what'I Ii home in Chicago, 'Mona'ay. : 1
Maccaroai, Spagetti, Italian Tomato :
be given a poor helpless person who of the poor and helpless. i i do not possess the means. In many services." I II if i due to humanity. Take the ques Mrs. Carter, of Firman. Ala., 1 is Paste. Greek Black Olives, Artichokes ; :" ':
might meet with a serious accident My interest-to .certain extent I do''!! instances I have known lives to have Was ever a more beautiful sentimient -: tion home to yourself. What if your visiting with her daughter Mrs. Thom Navy Bread Pilot Bread Italian Hard I, '
on the street or elsewhere. So far I not deny is a personal one, because been saved by proper attention when of feelin'g and love for fellow: son or daughter should be away from son, who 1.; staying at the Sherman Tack, Boston Brown Bread French ::
have ascertain that: there is! of charitable char- needed. in a strange city, without acquaintances Hums during the Summer months. ,;
failed to terest in hospitals a j beings ever expressed than by the few, lome Bread, Russian Caviar and !imported :. '
a hospital here where such personsare are a great source of news to an energetic Personal Experience.I I words spoken by the nurse? The and meet with an acci Col. W. W. Flournoy, was in Pensa-, French and Italian Sweet Oils. ,
received. reporter. In' the next place I spoke In the beginning of actual reader knows now why I have such a1 dent with no place to be cared for ola, Friday, on business! i iMr. We the only full line of Fran.. ', t ,
Usually in cases where & person Is have an admiration for those who experience. By this I mean meeting, high regard for charitable institu The thought in Itself ,is bad enough but ;. Moore of Los Angeles, Cal., i is i cis Leggett's carry and Dodson and Drown'{, ,: '' '
Injured or found in a serious condi have hearts filled with, love anl(;::senti with an accident It was in a certain. tions. the actual fact Is not impossible, visiting with her sister! Airs A. S'I canned goods in the city. Gulf City ;
a
Therefore in my humble opinoin as Thalimer.Mrs .
In my profession of a newspaperman I Coffee Co.'s "Oaxaca" Gold Standard !ti
ordinary newspaper reporter A. E. Bowers will soon open oil
common
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I have witnessed some difficult Daybreak, Diamond Blend and Golden t: ..
be taken without L.
Beach.
should
I think steps boarding house at Grayton
operations performed in hospitals, Rio Coffee for sale. They are all ,.
delay in Pensacola to provide for the I W. Plank and E. 1. Carrington and ; .
charitable and private ones. I must I high grades and give perfect satlaftc .
sick and destitute and those who may family have already moved to the Gulf .
say that never did I notice the slight meet with serious Injury or acchient.INII and severarDeFudiakers are planning I I (ion. -t ,. :
BUILDING I
NEW BRENT est difference in the work of the surgeons
to
in either institution. The same go. I I .
o J. will
: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogers ,
care and precaution to protect thepatient's .."' ''........'': I entertain the senior High School classon
life was taken In the charitable Saturday.At .
.
I ... .< hospital as in the private' one., aa the High School commencement
I Physicians and surgeons labor as hard exercises next Friday, May 25th, the ,
for love as the they do for money F. S. Mellen & Co !! second half wUl'be devoted to the declaration

-t where their hearts are in their work i contest for the medal given .
Of course surgeons and physicians re Handle Nothing :1 by the Walton Lana': and Timber co. PATENT APPLIED FOR
ceive compensation in charitable, hos The announcement will also be madeof At al| Druggists. :
1 pitals, but it is always paid by the I; ) tha winners of the Breeze medal for I' MUS-QUIT-U MFG. CO.,
I state, city or by private stfbECrption, I But the best essay and the Thornber medal Jacksonville, Fla. .

and not by the destitute and indigent. BESTS: for the best general improvementThe c__ _c __ ,_
THE VERY on view In the
Duty of Police medals are now *###*#*####*##*##**
Where metropolitan police departments i Racket store window. I % ii .
exist reports of all accidentsare of i iI : At the Baptist church next Sunday I i PIANOS AND ORGANS. *
made to headquarters. An officer 1 .1 morning, the Rev. Dr, Thompson will CASH OR EASY TERMS. *.
u, who fails to report on an accident on 'Everything. tell of work done at the recent meeting # All Piano Work Guaranteed. *
his beat has committed a serious offense : of the Southern Baptists. This I' # CLUTTER & RUSHING, *
; in departments where there Is I .. will begin a revir l that will, it Is I 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. $ .
dh4;Ipl1ne. I, remember once about loped, last several': days; Dr. Thompsom # PHONE 416.I 4
+' assisted by the Rev. L. M.
be :
f will
a at 2:30 in the morning when several reporters Clean, heavy clipped White ; Ala The I I M 8
of Birmingham
and myself had just : Oats. I Bradley *#*#*##UUnUif*#*
Rev. R. S. Gavin is slcfc l at his home,
finished work, a telephone mes- No. 2 White Corn, pure Bran ,
attend the meeting
: so will be unable to : I
'sage.w s received from police and Shorts I A cordial invitations
expected. i
as was
'aeadquarters to the' effect that i. Chick Peed, consisting of 20 extended to all. I
!there had 'teen a serious accident on articles for the rapid ant : I Union Sunifcy School picnic : w
Tha
one of the principal streets of the city. :/ healthy growth of the newly! .* : will be held on the 30th of Hay In Alpine I.! "Rub-a-Dub-Dub '
k r. _?. With another reporter I was assignedto hatched. j i ii Park. As it Is the first picnic :
cover the story By chance we met Wheat and. Mixed Feed for that has been held for about twelve Put Your Shirt in .
j friend with 'af horse and buggy who i the'hen.Condition. II }'ears, it is hoped that all will have a !I .
Mated; he was going In the direction PowJers for horse good time and do what they can to I I :
Tub"This
I
vhlch we were? He invited us to get cow and poultry.Conkey's I help on the good cause., ; a .
Celebrated Poultry
a.board.mbt ancee and a patrol The Ladies of the Baptist Church :: is the old song our :
... wagon came tearing down the street.I : Remedies, coupe and, cure lice, cholera killer. i I rerved icy cream and cake on the. Park I I mothers used to sing. The II
alighted from the buggy and In some cure, gape cure latform[ Wednesday night. I 1
I is
This new fire-proof; : building will be ready for occupancy about July 1.. manner the patrol caught wagon on to the and brass was railingof pullelabcafd. l i. If. you live in town telephoneus. :.I Stop Grumblingif I: new Hello song Central, I

A part of the space has already been :taken but the following is still for rent: : We soon reached the scene If in neighboring towns write *- you suffer from Rheumatism or,! 110 Please }

Double store in North end, carrying .second floor each floor 43 x 120 feet. of tie accident. A two sealed surrey was laying up A will bring quick relief. It is a sure I and the "Star" does the
Freight elevator and stairs. against a telegraph pole, demolished.! 11 cure for Sprains, Rheumatism Contracted !; rest.The .
half 21 x 120 feet. Further down, laying face downward Muscles and aU pains-and
store in S.outh. !ii
Single on the brick pavement of the street,' F. S. MELLEN & CO. within the reach of all. Price 23c, Star Steam ,
Entire South half of second floor. .' wa:, a man. ,Blood was oozing from 50c $1.00. C. R. Smith Tenaha, Tex. '
Eighty offices on third floor. each} ffice'st ppli d with heat light and water. his ears nose and mouth and he was i Phone 334. tPensaccla writes: "I have used Ballard's Snow I Laundry. ,
i'n onscioUs. The unfortunate man Liniment in family for years and
modern in construction and my
The building is fire-proof throeghout.entirely I ws picked up and immediately con'eyed -lI Fla. % have found it a fine remedy for all I I 57 E 4 Sarden St. Phone 114.
third floors are reached by both elevator and stairs : short i aches. I recommend itfor I
equipment, and second and to a charitable hospital a .. pains and I Peflucola. FU

For further particulars, address apply? to. F. C.-Brent- over First National Bank. .I distance ashen! the away.ambulancg It was errIat after 3 o'clock the ... ..'... ...HW,**+.*4*.**44* druggists.pains in the chest r Sold by aU j l ww __ WI!

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As I expect to change my business to a first-class Haberdashery, I Iwill. begin on the above date to close out my large


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


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_ SUITS. SHIRTS.All PANTS.All UNDERWEAR. HATS. NECKWEAR. I


All Suits, regular $17 and Shirts, regular $2.50 Pants,Regular ,$5 and $4 Suits Underweac$2.95 $3,00 Hats _______;,....$2.35 50c Neckwear___ ------390

$18 values________$11.95All value; now go at..tf.95 $6'values;:go-at$4.35 "Suits Underwear$2.25 25c NeckweaL-19c

Suits regular $14.50 All Shirts, regular $2 value All Pants. regular $4 and $3

and $15 values at $10.65 now go at__________$1.65 $4.50 values, go at.$3.45 $1.50 Suits Underwear, $1.15 $2,50 Hats _______--- $1.95

All Suits regular $13.50 All Shirts, regular $1.50 All Pants, regular $3.50

t $1 Suits Underwear-____8Qc $2.00 Hats _______ $1.45 Umbrellas\ Valises
values now only10.25 value now go at____$7.15 and $3.75 values, at $2.75All r-- ,

All Suits regular $12.50 i All Shirts, regular value Pants regular $2.50 50c Suits Underwear____3c

values go now at__$8.S5 now go 'at______ _____.70c and $3 values; ; at$2.5 $1.50 and $1.75 Hats $1.20. Belts, Etc., I

'All Suits regular $10 All Shirts, regular 50c value All Pants regular ,$1.50and 50c Elastic Seam Draw-

values, go now at$7.65to now go at-___________39c $2 values, go at $1.20 ers_____ __-__________35c $1.00 and $1.25 Hats B5c at the same reduction. I
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I L Yours For Cash, B NE, C LJf"O'" T.--iL-- HIER' 222 .S. Palafox StJ. I.i


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I rear's traffic for the corresponding! ; rival in the-Bronx he became a great
. liVELY fiRE INSURANCE three months. The Increased business, Star of! life Sea'MARKET pet of the children, ant! was so gen' GET YOUR:
of all Greater New York lines amounted -j tle and knowing'that lie promised _to
to $1,853 062.50 more spent by ,the win wider fame,
people for: local travel. The car,mileage -'
WAR IS ON m NEW YORK e
of the whole city was 56,998,216,
en increase of 6,522,434. This means, "Repairing Pipe Line ElECTRIC FANS
I II
!Divers are hard at work in the
that if one car were moved one mils:;
I North River, at the foot of' Ninety-
I for mile made by all the other
companies nothing more will be beard every ROBT. L EDMUNDSON. street repairing the Standard Oil pipeline
Proposition r Increase Rates to of the fifteen per cent raise. .:cars: it would go 56,998,216 miles-a!i which lies at the bottom of the
good deal more than half from the
There was a mild sensation In fire way -- i 706 S. Palafox. Telephone 1295. channel at that point. When the battleship .
earth to the sun. _
Recoup Losses at San Fran- insurance circles when it became'known :i Illinois came up to her berth a
The people paid for all NOW
$14.866,958.2' !
that the National! Board of Fire I I. few days ago her anchors fouled the
Underwriter had-abolished the Com these rides in the three months'That
cisco Starts Row. is at the rate of almost $60,000,000 a line.The
mittee of of which Fresh
Twenty, Henry Meats, pipe is eight inches in diameter
Evans, president of the Cntinental'l: )woman ear or and about child.$17 a year for each man, Green Groceries, any an inch thick, but it could not We have a large supply for sale or rent.

was chairman. This committee has V e.iBluejackets, stand the strain, and soon several
Believed Scheme Was Devised to for two years been investigating the! Poultry, thousand gollans of oil' were being

various c'ties: throughout the countryywith ] By the time the North Flush.Atlanticfleet Eggs poured into the river. The engineerat They are the finest things in the worldto
Hoodwink Stockholders.IMMENSE I a view of reporting on the fire the Standard Oil Works in Jersey
[ pulls its mudhooks from the Hudson
hazard in each locality. In its report 1 City noticed that the pressure was
[the committee announced that it had:, spent River probably ooze' its ha'f bluejackets a. million will dollars have fa'ling! and turned the flow off after keep off the stegomyia. We can
i
: spent; $200,000 in its work. This was. in this town. Your Patronage is'Respectfully about $5,000 gallons had gone to
OF SUBWAY, I
TRAFFIC
consIdered' to be too much for the results "There 8 thousand in thisfleet"said waste.
I. are men Solicited No official complaints have yet been clean and old
ELEVATED AND SURFACE LINES obtained, and the board decidedto apaymasteraboardone'; of II repair your one.
% make a change in the;} method of I the "and if _(,v'? ,r received by the 'Naval authorities'on
battleships yesterday the it is said that it will
subject but
IN GOTHAM THOUSANDS reducing fire risks. I I '
I Lyon| strike of
an average $50 a man
take several weeks to repair the damage
Mr. Evans said he was satisfied with who goes on liberty you" will come Prompt Attention and theI'
SPENT BY BL.UEJACKETS-BAT. I I i [' as the divers can work only at .
situation.
the In !
retaliation, howeverhe E. W.
said that the recent plan to raise.I are pretty spending.near the" amount of money they II Choicest Supplies are slack water. It is maintained, however PEARLEXPEXT
TLESHIPS DAMAGES STANDARD that tha pipe line is uncharted,
; rates was the of !I .
work a clique which
'I Besides the money the sailors are i t i guaranteed.tie and that as the North River is-a reg-- '
OIL LINE-SOMETHING NEW IN had determined to make all it could spending the provisions: necessary to ular harbor no blame can: attach to
i,i out of the city of New York using as,: keep the ships of the fleet,going are -- the ship's officers. ELECTRICIAN.
} SHIPS. an excuse the necessity to recoup.i putting a pretty penny into the pocket* in his mouth all the time ref/dy to e *
I losses occasioned by the San Francisco ',of New York purveyors. It 'is es$ bloW an alarm to his companion.
fire. Underneath the surface there I mated that the fleet stewards are I An Auxiliary Bark.
Special to The Journal. I was said to be forming a war against j spending anywhere from $2,000 to $3- Wild Animal Sl rgery Designed! to fill a gap between the Pensacola, Florida.
')Ir. Evans, has 000 a steamship and the sailing craft the ,
New York, May 19.-one of the live- who thrown down the day. Dr. Lorenz'srtreatment for the cure I' '
jest fire Insurance wars seen here in gauntlet and told the rest of the fire cf malformation of human> j joints has I R. C. Rickmers, a German built five I Phone 345 or 955. New Star Laundry Building
\ long time has developed over the insurance managers to raise the premiums To Increase Weight. !: saved the life of the little Kilimanjaro .1 five masted bark with auxiliary power
Ian of the Fire Insurance Exchange to the sky, but that he will not 1 A young man who wanted to get on elephant in the Zoological Park in is on her maiden trip to this port from
have a hand in it. j the polic force but was six pounds tha Bronx. It was a choice between Bremen.
jo increase rates 'by 15 per cent. toaeet .1'I the fore, main,
Square rigged on
under
San Francisco losses. Bitter weight applied for advice to a chloroform to end the beast's: life and
op Heavy Subway Traffic. i I I cop who had been on the force several the discovery of som thing new in mizzen and jigger and schooner riggedon u You Use a Writing Machine,You Need the
position has arisen; both inside and ,
vessel's
the aftermast the enor-
3"ears. |!
During the first three months of wild animal ,
Outside the Exchange, to this plan to: "It is the easiest surgery. raous spread of canvass is sufficient to '
in L. C.
the world, SMITH
th'ng &
paddle 1S06 297,339,165 passengers rode on ;!.! Through a fall a month ago one of I BROS.
the 'Frisco losses I
entirely on drive her through the water at a good
yaia':' the experienced' :! one. "Just be-
subway, elevated and surface lines of the elephant's legs was strained. Dr.
I I
this city, the Continental and Wil- Greater New York. That is at the fore you go in to take the physical ex. W. Reed Blair, chief veterinarian: at. seventeen knot speed when favoring Visible Typewriter.
Jiamsburg City companies: making the I winds are fresh. When these fail or
rate of considerably more than a billion amination, eat a lot of boiled cabbageand the park, tried many remedies and
fight in the organization.The a year. The traffic was d'strib': drink all the milk you can. then thought of the Lorenz treatment. become adversers comes the triumphof Write lor particulars and prices to
Exchange has ordered the new uted follows (Water used:! to be the regular thing, but Determining: to try it on the elephant, steam. The vessel then gathers in
rates into effect, ignoring the stand of Lines as : 'it is not so heavy as milk and the sto- he ordered a duplicate In design of the her cloud of canvass, starts fires under L. S. Brown, Pensacola, Fla.
Pasengers Increase
the Continental and Williamsburg Subway .. ... .. mach holds less of itnIk: and cabbage brace Dr. Lorenz: invented, and one her, auxiliary boilers, couples up her I
,but there is :.41,029,733 11,491,007Manhattan the propeller and becomes a plain steamship .
companies 'good reason for are heaviest foods in the weighing forty pounds was built for -
the belief that the new rates will nev- : "L" .65,733,985 3.219,025 world. You can increase your weight. the elephant. It has ball bearing for the nonce, independent: of
( .
er be charged. Several conservative Metropolitan .89,454,011 8,769,41o five to ten pounds in an hour."" |.hinges and was expensive. Two o'ays calms through which her auxiliary en '37 '-z7'7'-z7'fZ 'P'-z7'Z ,
All Brooklyn...87.123,704 10,365,842All The candidate followed the advice gines are capable of driving her at a i!}
fire Insurance for after it
men who voted the was put on the animal could r
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II IItncrea.se Queens 4,074,210 733,333 and passed with two pounds to and'in five knot gaitLikewise
say that many things may I. spare. stand without pain a week he
... .
Staten Island .
1,570 'when winds out
265,028Bronx come
happen before the rate books are I i could walk again. Now he is practically I
. I
changed. 8,353,317 2,217,599 Dangerous Occupation. well aheajf she may have recourse to the A GREAT 0/
Reports of a split in the Exchange The Metropolian surface lines appear -I Eternal vigilance is the price of an At a price of $2.800 the elephantwas same power of steam, and instead of,I vv. ,,
to have caught with the business the old long lashes to windward, the \ />
are and some insurance up I I arm or leg or perhaps the head of bought by the New York Zoologio 4-v:
many experts '
of which the Subway robbed them. the track cleaners in the subway. al steam power of the vessel can keep
I Society a JTe is five
cay they believe the whole scheme was :year ago. years
The'first quarter of 1905 showed a decrease -i, These men walk through the tunnel old and only three feet in height. He her as true on her course as the com-
devised
to stockholders In
reassure I of business amounting to 1,027- in pairs, picking up wastepaper and is of the breed known as email eared, pass points. Another distinctive advantage '
companies, which have been hard hit 916 fares. The business in the 1906 other rubbish, which they deposit In which has never been, numerous and is that her auxiliary engines TEMPERANCE I IIi
by the San Francisco
fire and that as quarter shows an increase of 8,769,413, bags slung over their shoulders. They now is very rare. From the wilds of will enable her to leave and enter harbors tyv
soon as these stockholders have subscribed a net gain 1904 of without the employment of tow..
over 6,741,467. go in pairs for greater safeay, so that German East Africa fie was sent to i
money enough to make good The Subways increased business one may warn the other of a train's New York, and made the long trip in Coats I
the impairment of the capital of theirs amounts to 40 per cent on the last approach and each keeps a tin whis- good condition. Instantly upon his are This vessel is one of a trio of big I
t sailing vessels which, have recently I I!
teen sent afloat from German ship- INFLUENCE
yards. The other two, the Prussen
and the Potasi, are now engaged in J 1 $

tne, nitrate trade. I I .V I rv


DRIFTING !I .. A pure temperance beveragelike .


TOWARDSMany BRIGHT'S DISEASE i I 11 ANDREWS I : Gerst beer is GOOD for 0 :


I l .o o YOU ,Gerst beer is almost 0

people who are neglecting symptoms of kidney trouble, hoping "it will wear away," are 0C

drifting towards Bright's Disease, which is kidney trouble in one,,of its worst forms. Special to The Journal. J indispensable wherever vigor, ?
A ; St(Andrews,...May .Misses Mary ,
Shippery Addie and Bertha Hoskins d. temperance and health are Q;

of ,Cromanton were in town on Mon-

} FOLYSKIDNEYCUREts3 I(l8y.i needed or are desired, and a
The Bazaar,given by the ladies of
i
,
night Presbyterian at ;Ware's:! Hall church was on a Thursday pronoun dJJ. wherever there is a feeling of :

stops irregularities, strengthens the urinary organs and builds up the worn-out tissues ced success in every way and the BECAUSEMalt
: of the kidneys so they will perform their functions properly. Healthy kidneys strain out :ladies felt well repaid by clearing the nervousness_ 0:

?: y ,- the impurities from the blood as it passes through them. Diseased kidneys do not, and ;.neat Mr,sum'SI. G.of Post seventy returned dollars.Wednesdayfrom o ,makes rich blood and muscles, and \}

\ ,rrt, } t the poisonous waste matter is carried by the circulation ,to every part of the body, a short trip to Pensacola. $ Hall thereby creates vigor, and health.l\

\ causing dizziness, backache, stomach trouble, sluggish liver, irregular heart action, etc. Messrs, L. M. Ware and Raymond '
,' .''J ": If you have any signs of Kidney or Bladder Trouble commence taking FOLEY'S Sheppard returned on Tuesday last d.fb?; are a tonic and an invaluable food Y!
HOpS
4 : 'I \ KIDNEY'CURE at once, as it will cure a slight disorder in a few days and prevent a from their long and pleasant journeyon for exhausted, worn-out nerves. !

::4 1 fatal malady. It is pleasant to take and benefits the whole system. are's.the 'Dorothy"' the launch of lir.w .i TEMPERANCE furthered by G!

t How to Find Out. G. B. Burhons Testifies After Four Years. Dr. McCall, an Evangelist* is 'hold- a refreshing and
'
t v ,, out You of order can easily by setting determine aside if your for kidneys hours are a G. B. Bnrhaas o( Carlisle Center, N. Y., writes lug atseries Church this of meetings week. at the Baptist I tfiust-quenching beverage that is extremely a

24 "About four yeah ago I wrgte you ittUng that I had been entirely The entire 'community sympathizes in alcohol
,/ bottle of the urine passed upon arising. If light ((31-2 per cent.)
cured of
w. a severe kidney trouble by taking less than two bottles of deeply with Mr. and' Mrs. Dell John ib (
upon examination: it is cloudy or milky or has Foleys Clue, It *
Kidney entirely the
stopped bnck-duit sediment and
\ a brick-dust sediment or small particles float pain and symptom kidney," disease disappeared.,I am glad to say that son In the loss'o.f their little danghter,I $ From every point of view it is a desirable 0;
about,in it, your kidneys are diseased, and I hUll never had a return of.any of those symptoms dunne the four Olga, .who died on Saturday morning *$* _pure-food drink, worthy ojtheveryfuUesEppreoiation
FOLEY'S IDNEY CURE should be.t.A6..1yeara_ that have elapsed and I am evidently cured to stay cured,and after an intense illness o! two weeks)' in the home and elsewhere
heartily recommend Foley's Kidney Cure as 0a
to
at any one suffennz from Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gainer of Econ|
once. "
kidney or bladder,trouble.
Tina were guests of their daughter Mrs OpO a winger of good-cheer and refreshment. .

Two Sizes, 50 Cents and.$1.OO. E. AK Register a part of the week I' 1. _
The term of school closed Friday '
on

SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY with pleasing exercises in the afternoon 0. Ue. WM. GERST BREWING CO. 4
gotten up for the occasion. ,1'1t\v.v Nashville. Tenn. (J 1t
Mr.! 'and Mrs. Otto Franz of Millville
are,visiting Mr. and Mrs.W. C.:Pratt PETER SELL, Wholesale
W. A. > on CommrrceMreet_ ....- & DealereiI

} 4em eref; Druggist and Apothecary,..t. tJ>s$. t alaf.Q 'itreet Young.Mrs.'B- apart Birch of was'a la.st'weeL guest: of' Miss" ,... \_ w- __ f3t8. .


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