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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 22, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Methodist Which Con ** ESTIMATED EXPENSE: **About Two and Jhree Quarters-JPercent: i. U. S. MARINES READY .* Prop osas! Submitted Were Out of ;t ,

sidered Matter Brings in FOR PANAMA ,CANAL # Year ; ?! TO QUELL RIOTING, *: ? 1 r
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DOR'NG-NEXT'Y'EAR!' # SENTENCE[ [ [ ON THE ISTHMUS.' *1 it
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By Associated Press. ;e States. By Associated Press. $i .
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Washington,' May 21.-(Detailed & :. Washington, May 21.-More x: w i
estimates. for all expenses # than six hundred marines of *1 <
NEXT CONFERENCEFirst indicate to the construction of United'Stales Supreme .Court Affirms the United States will confront 0$1
this for FIVE:
$ the Panama canal for the year By Associated Press The total acreage year the liberal leaders on # TENDER BIDS'P ; ;
ending June 30, 1907 were Atlanta, May 21.-The Southern Georgia is 3922,767; South Carolina, Decision of Kansas the Isthmus of Panama if ::I ,
Cotton Texas, 7,727,802. .
Association to-night issueda 2,173,861; *
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transmitted the house today # is an attempt to promote *
statement of cotton this The statement says scarcity of
Wednesday in May 1910 Fixed through the treasury department # year compared with that acreage of last year. labor in the cotton belt, especially in Circuit Court. '& riots and revolution at the 3fZ I
election June 20. The two Ian
: These aggregate $26- 'I. an Specifications for r Built "i
It shows a total acreage this year of Alabama, Louisiana Mississippi i and ?. hundred
marines now the *
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for the Meeting. material, supplies and equipment # 27.735J870! compared with 26,999,642 Arkansas will cause at least ten percent KANSAS POLITICIAN MUST' SERVE isthmus will be reinforced, if # Be Modified. ; '
.t $10,374,511 ds needed; (last year, an increase of 2.76 pe:I be abandoned.of the cotton already planted to i 9: necessity arises, by four nunft ing May .1'

x for salaries and labor skilled cent.By SIX MONTHS IN PRISON, PAY A dred more, now on the Columbia -:: ; .
states Georgia shows an incrEase A wet early spring caused nearly: which is on the to #
GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF SOUTH. #' and unskilled 113.656,877. The # this year of 2.51 per cent; I all planting to be done on soil too FINE: OF $2500, AND IS DEBAR.:; Guantanamo and will way be in & THOUGHT THAT MATTER WH.V | ,. '
'balance is'for incidentals and a /South Carolina, decrease, 1.76 per wet, making it impossible for plants easy call if politics become if .
ERN PRESBYTERIANS, IN SES- loan to,the 'Panama railroad for cent; Texas, Increase, 7,70 per cent{; I to thrive as they should. Frost RED FROM HOLDING' OFFICE!, /# stormy. & BE BROUGHT TO THE ATTEN. .

SION AT GREENVILLE' :S. C. $ equipment. & .Florida, Virginia and Missouri com-I about May 8 also caused much replanting -
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,I"yy. bined in the 'statement show an in and scarcity of seed left -Hf tiI tWill
HEAR COMPLAINT RELATIVETO : r ; yy V yyy' jf* 1C0 TQfCCifCi.I crease of half! of: one per cent. l considerable unplanted. ., THE MEETING WEDNESDAY .
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TRIAL OF DR. CALDWELL HOUSE u [r PASSED[ DI DITWNTf court today, decided the case of United -i .

THE WEATHERThe AMD' SUICIDE I States Senator John R. Burton, of "v .

I Kansas against defendant,affirming the (Bids for the erection of the proposed J

By Associated Press. .- I It I decision of the circuit court of Kansas new city hall in Pensacola were

Birmingham, May 21.-At the general [ -TW I t maximum temperature yesterfi'ay NEW JERSEY MAN KILLED HIS I by which Burton was sentenced to s'x! | D DECORATION[ opened yesterday by the Board of Bond : '
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months imprisonment, fined Trustees, Chairman Green and Mr.
] conference of the Southern and the minimum 70 degrees at 5:30: : DAUGHTER WITH ,AXE, FATALLY -
.Methodists to-day the committee ap- i a. m. i five hundred dollars and deprived of flyer being present After mature deliberation .

jonted to answer the recent protest In his summary of the weather yesterday WOUNDED WIFE the right to hereafter hold office under the bids were rejected by

filed against the new statement oiMethoalst f mll Observer Reed said THEN SHOT HIMSELF. the government. DAY the ,board as being too high, and out [ "
"The area of high pressure which
Burton indicted for violation of I of proportion with the funds hand
faith reported that the was central the Missouri valley was on I .
over I
-' the section of the revised statutes I I IfThe
protest haS been read "with sorrow Saturday morning has reached the with which to construct the building ;
and; amairaent" The report said it t orth Atlantic coast attended by By Associated Press prohibiting senators and representa Ii following submitted bids which } :

had not been suggested that there: Efforts of Williams i to Delay Legislature ,lake generally region clear and weather Ohio valley from east the Woodcliffe, N. J.,' May 21.John(:i vices lives before receiving any compensation department in for Wash-ser i Appropriate Program Has Been were turned down: Owens & Son ;
killed i
his Jacksonville C. H. Turner S F. Ful-
Cole daughter
was any need or that there should be ward. Scattered cloudiness prevails an engineer I j ington in cases in which the govern- ; :
a revision of faith, but that the Were Unavailing-Sev elsewhere! with somewhat unsettled with an axe to-day, attackea' and fatally -'I, meat is interested. He was specifically Arranged for Occasion by gham, Pensacola; EL C Seiz Company, .
his wife shot hIm- with fee of I George Ittner AtlantaFrom
conference had authorized a commis conditions. Showers since Sunday injured and I charged receiving a j .
eral Important. morning have been most 'jeneral from self, dying instantly. The cause of five hundred dollars a month for five!I Sherman Post G A. R. what could ascertained yesterday
lIon to Invite other branches of the I it Is understood that the
the north Pacific cost eastward "to. the tragedy Is not known but followed months from the Rialto Grain and plans
(Methodist faith to unite in preparing : immediately the departurefrom i Seeurities Company for services rendered -I and specifications' will be referred to

an "adequate statement of the the house_ of a young man to' the company in an effort to prevent Decoration or Memorial Day will the architect; who drew and framed the
common faith of followers of John By Associated Press. occurred in southern Kansas anti at i 'Whom his daughter 'Is: said to have i the issuance ot an order .from the: be appropriately observed by Sher- same. It is also understood that the .
Washington, May 21.--Jn ,spite of widely scattered points throughout been engaged. postoffice department proh'biting the: man Post No. 21, G. A. R., and Sherman Board of Bond Trustees may make a
'Wesley.The reply was severe in the efforts of Representative. Williams the cotton belt. Frost formed this' J use of mails by the company. Camp of G. A. R. Sons of Vet- recommendation to the council that '
some .P fit ulars. ; of Mississippi;, todelay' legislation morning in western New York and in erans, and members of Camp Ward authority the granted for a modification {
A' resolution; was adopted that the to-day, the House passed Yellowstone Park."Conditions GEN'L. STOESSEL Municipal Court United Confederate: veterans will of the plans and specifications, in order
Jamestown erpositlon be closed on twenty-two bills several of which favor a continuance of join in the observance of the day. that a building can be erected -
the' country at large has special interest partly cloudy weather with, light I t t3,) Twenty-six cases. were before Decoration Day. the G. A. R. veterans with the amount of money on hand,
JutfgeuLaney in the court
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headed Among them was one to Northeast winds over thi!' vicinity : tic and Sons cif Veterans will meetat remaining out of the appropriation of s
committee "
by Bishops yesterday. Out of the total number '-
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regulate enlistments and punishments : through.Tuesday." office Wentworthat of the bond issue.
the of George P. $75,000
:Wilson named to
and Galloway was there seven sentences suspended
were
in the' revenue cutter service;l with brass Out of the $75,000 the of $15,000 i
noon, and from there a sum
represent the church at the council four of the offenders being
one to authorize national aid to navigation !!
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of the International conference.The in the lighthouse establish-;' COTTON DOCKS By Associated Press charged with being dangerous and 'banoj( will proceed to the court louse has been expended for property on,
first Wednesday' In May, 1910 ment and one for division of 'the St. Petersburg, May 21.-It is rumored suspicious charact rs John Harris,I and meet the Confederate Veterans which to erect the city hall building.
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was fixed for the next general con- lands of the Osage Indians in Okia- that the military! court which a negro charged with threatening to and Sons of Confederate Veterans.A The Bond Matter.
ference. homa. : ARE BURNING I has been investigating the surrendeIjof 'do his wife bodily harm was soaked: parade will be formed of the two i' In order that a faint conception of
Some changes were mad in the Porth Arthur and the battle of the" $100, and the sentence suspended, armies of veterans and the sons of the city hall and jail bond matter
church extension board and missionswere BIG APPROPRIATIONBILL "' Sea of Japan, has condemned death! that he leave the city within twenty- each and the march to the dummy might be given the public, the follow
discussed at length. : PASSED SENATE .'.Lieutenant General Stoessell, who four hours. A total of $138 and, line station will take place. The ing recommendation of the finance
By Associated Press commanded the Russ'an' forces at costs was assessed. train wll leave the station at 1 p. m. committee anent the question, which
GENERAL ASSEMBLYOF New York, :May .-The cotton I Port Arthur, and Read Admiral Ne- for Barrancas.The was submitted and adopted at a meet .
Washington, May 21.-The legislature -
PRESBYTERIANS executive docks of the American Dock and Trust ogatoff, who commanded one of Admiral Mrs. Davis Improving. train will stop at the big road ing In October is herewith reproduced -
anjudicial appropriation at Tompkinsville Staten and 21. Mrs. east of the naval hospital, where a
Company Rojestvensky's squadrons New York, May Jefferson :
bill the
was passed by
Greenville C.. May 21.-The senate today within three hours after Island, are on fire. The fire appearsto who surrendered during the naval Davis was reported today as greatly procession> will be formed as follows: We would suggest that $100,000to
General Assembly of Southern Presbyterians the first reading. It carries appropriations be spreading rapidly. tattle to the Japanese. improved. Band. Detachments. be raised from city hall and Jail ,

to-day decided to establish, aggregating $29,815,259.A Army. __ and--.2 Navy.....__.._ ,,_.__.____ bonds might be appropriated advant-
Army anaUnited ivy: Uil.HilJlJi.: : :
a general committee and a secretaryfor number of unimportant measures ageously as followsiz:
church and Christian education, were also passed. / Confederate Veterans. "City Hall . . ... .$60,0{)+10)
making this a separate branch of; -- (Sons of United Confederate Vet- "Property . . . 15,000 ,
church work. A committee was DISAGREE ON RATE 'Q C erans. "Remodeling building for Re-
a Sons of G. A. R.
Sherman Camp
named to locate headquarters for BILL AMENDMENTS I 0h corder's court, etc. .. ... 3,000
the work. .Il Veterans.Sherman G. A R. Post. "Jail. . .. _. .. .. _. 11,000
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The afternoon session was devotedto Washinton, May 21.-The railroad ,\ On arrival inside the cemetery. "Property ._ ,. .. .. _, _. 11,000
the complaint of Dr. S. S. Laws rate bill was considered for three [! 1 iJ the troops will halt, ana' open ranks. '" .
against the synod of Virginia. The hours to-night by the ,house committee the garrison of the Army and Navy $100,000
ouestion at issue involved the attI- on interstate and foreign commerce Union, the United Confederate and New Bids.
tude of the church toward the con'l'rslon which decided to recommend Grand Army of the Republic Veterans -The figures quoted above tell tie ..
of a man whose country allows disagreement to all senate amend will march to the monument to amount of money left with which to '
plural marriages, as to what ments and fend the measure to a the right of the grand stand. Troops erect a city hail. It is stated that in ."
disposition should be made of such conference. will follow and will forni in circle many respects building material has
lural wives. c. around the monument. The servicesof ', advanced since the adoption of the
The trial of Dr. W. E Caldwell of R. F. NICHELSEN HAS1'RECEIVE'D the G. A. R. and Garrison of the recommendations of the finance cornI '
Fort Worth, Texas, on the charge COMMISSION: $ tir i Army and Navy Union will follow.' mittee. Again it is said that the only
heresy is to come before the assembly .....- [(After this the salute will be the fired I i I material in the building line that has
probably within a day or two. R. F. Nichelsen yesterday "received in honor of the dead. j shown a great advance is that of
his commission from Governor Brow- : I General Services. I I bricks, which may have advanced as
PARISH HAS RUN ard as Justice of the Peace of Dis- The general services will! follow] much as 25 per cent.
trict No.2. Judge Nichelsen will t I I'U1 and the program Is: I In view of the action of the Board
I take his seat as soon as he makes iii .Prayer Rev Barton W. Perry, D., of Bond Trustees in rejecting the bids ,
IN WITH POLICETRIED .his bond, which will likely be to-day. D. I I there is only one more thing to do, re-
.. h Address-John Stillman. advertise for bids. Of course this will
BUSINESS: PORTION OF Address-*W. B. Sheppara': not be done, until it is definitely decided .
ABBEVILLE, ALA., BURNEDBy J"t Address-Judge J. R. Landrum. whether or not the plans and
TO OPERATE A DISTRICT ..t'. Address-Rev. J. A Abbott specifications for the building are to '
Associated Press. .:,,' Recitation Miss Catherine 'M. be mod'fled.!
AND WAS BEATEN BY POLICE Dothan, Ala., )Ity. 21.-Fire at Ceruti. I I The city council will meet in regular
CAPTAIN. !Abbeville, Ala., last night Destroyed Songs--'Miss Ellen Wentworth I session Wednesday evening, whet
1. Mrs. Flinn, Mrs. J. C. Tebley, Mrs.!
\ the business part of town, causinga .r." !I! it is expected that the matter will
loss estimated at $100 000. The Forest !j:i i come up, when a date will be selected!
residence. portion of the city escaped.. I. Closing Prayer-Rev. Barton W. [ for the reception and openmg of pro
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C. W. Parish, a white man about I Perry D. D. j'
Sr. years of age was brought to police I 1I / Visiting veterans, citizens and posals. '
] headquarters last night by Cap- on the corner, and that 'I would go / J others are invited to participate in the]I I I Two of Rejections.The Bond Trustees hootbeen
tarn Fondebilla. Parish was covered to the house: .and gel Parish. .I ar- l I exercises. Thos? who attend are' Board
with blootf, which was coming from nveai there and waited a few'minutes \ '. asked to bring flowers to place on the called upon on two separate oo(
cuts in his head, inflicted by the officer when Parish'.arrived. I told him that I graves of the fallen heroic dead.l!casions within a short period to re.
: who used a pair of handcuffs he was under arrest' Hi made an Over eight hundred soldiers are t l sect folds for public improvements.
with which to beat the man. effort to get out his pistol. In fact .J ", f./ buried in the national cemetery.JACOBY I I The first was the sanitary and storm I
I / .. sewer bids, which were refused as be-
Dr. Pierpont city physician, was lie did, when I grappled with him "
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failed and placed several stitches in and placing his hand .and gun be- ing too high and the b'ds for the city
Parish's head, after which the manas his body. He ,fough me until I was IN RACE hall yesterday.
* locked in a cell. The man lostSo compelled .to' strike him in self-da- I
much blood from his wounds, that fense," said! Captain 'F ndeb111 TO THE FINISHSAYS
If Chief Schad's Statement. I ct WINS
aj necessary to secure two ne- \ : TOKALON
sresses to scrub the floor of the pobce Chief Schad was reminded that it v.9 ., .,I. -
station, as late at 11:30: o'clockat appeared as If poor*judgement had '
night been used in Affecting- Parish's arrest // REPORT THAT HE HAS THE BROOKLYNBIG

Captain Fondebilla stated that heoelieved He was told that two or .thre? !e "
Parish is cray and that the officers could'.have' been! i taken to the i: WITHDRAWN FROM LEGISLATURE -

can acted as a lunatic. Others state place, 'and possibly Parish .could CONTEST IS UN RACING ,EVENT AT GRAVE
that Parish was dringfng.! have been placed in'custody without .
From what can be ]learned concerning being beaten as he was, t ; i't FOUNDED. SEND WON BY A 25 TO 1 SHOT
the matter It seems as IfPar.sh Where am I .going. get officers, GA 1xA ff'I H
; in the take them ,off their beats? What IN FAST TIME.I .
was tenderloin district : .Mitch Jacoby, one of the three candIdates -
running things in general to protection will blher''persons' have it for legislative honors, asks

suit his own fancy; Officer Black- beats areleftvacat2dior' 'an' hour ormore''asked --...... Tfca Journal to say for him that the report i

shear was notified and, he in turn, the, chie.t.Tb.e .'. ., ,.. that he intends withdrawing I I By Associated Press
'some time afterward, notified CK need of office ,men; that i is the race is unfounded and that he Isi I I I Gravesend ,May 21.-Tokalon, dti
tail Fondebilla that an armed moto patrolmen to"remain at headquartersand in it to the finish. jAs j i i pile being an outsider in the betting
was tearing things up in the district answers calls was never batter the case not stands,Coston. Bag- at 25 to 1 captured the Brooklyn
ted had stated that he was going illustrated than last,night Perhaps! gett and Jacoby will go into the sec handicap today from the second chorea:
to such and such house. It Is claim- if sufficient officers were on the force ond primary and the two receiving the Dandelion with The Picket third.
f1 Parish had previously made the /Captain Fondebilla would not have highest number of vO sill be elect- Time 2:05.3-5, within one-fifth of I
1tmates of the houses taKe to then teen compelled 'to use ,handcuffs! as a BUSINESS INTEREST. OF THE''u-"S..i..H.'EA.\WS- WHENEVER YOU FELLOWS. FIGHT, ITS EOUiNT TO. ed to represent -Escambia county in secondof the track record. The dli
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away from his evil surroundingsthere children lost from home and parents corrective, is of hell.
\[ELOQUENT PLEA MADE I only to fall into worse asso-- detained with thieves, murder Have Your Clothes "The quicker we realize it the bet BENEFIT CONCERT
ciations elsewhere; that a gold ers, cut-throats, harlots and drunk ter. Let's hang up another great old
watch was one night slipped from a ardi till their their parents away I rusty key on some wall, containingthe I UNDER THE AUSPICES OF

FOR THE YOUNG packet in a crowd returning from the out in the country; could} be found. Cleaned andPressed memorials of the past. Lets I
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theatre; that Paul was with tog thief, "What about :incarcerating poor destroy that prison system all over .I Pensacola Lodge, No. 497,
who escaped, while the innocent .lad epileptic children as innocent of the south which trains our juvenile
I was arrested,, hastily tried, convictedand .crime as an angel-kept in such a pan offender into defiant lawbreakersand B. P. 0. Elks,
committee! to prison with those cemonium on earth till the taro sometimes desperadoes. Lets
hold overflow
I was: necessary, to .an AT THE LIBRARY HALL
t Rev Crawford Jackson Argues that meeting in' the basement of the who were, schooled in ,the arts of hell authorities could' decide whether or have the Juvenile Court and Proba-
sacred edifice. and of course he became more and not the child should be sent to the tion system which saves from 80 to TUESDAY, MAY 22d,
j The 'subject is that Rev Jack- more wayward; that he planned and state sanitarium? 95 per cent of these delinquent
Clean
Young Criminal Should one at the Pensacola Dying, FOR THE BENEFIT OF
children wherever it is operatedby
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son is deeply interested in, and he i? accomplished escape, and repeat, by way summing up
doing great work in the efforts to later a captain of a band of profes- the evidence on this point, the state ing.and Pressing Club, Panama those of head and heart. The Pearl I Home.
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Have a Chance. protect and try and provide means sionals, whom he sought to hold to like the proud father and the cruel! "Then we call upon you to help in
for the purpose of uplifting and mak some standard of honor as he understood judge has deserted many of her most hats cleaned and blocked the erection of ten Juvenile Protec ADMISSION, 50c.
ing"better men of Jeuvenlle criminal, it; that at length he was on unfortunate children. The state in the! tories for a thousand of these children -
'( MAKES A PLEA FOR FUNDS FOR instead'' of placing them in prison trial for his life; and that the judge, attempt to protect some children, homes where they will be
with hardened' convicts. Rev. Jack- now high n authority, the acknowl- has cursed them. The state, under brought under: strict discipline, but friends were present when thf ;;>re-
t THE ERECTION' OF TEN PRO. son represents, the Central Juvenile edged pet of the crown and1 rich, had the semblance of punishing her way taught the principles of righteousress performed.
Protectory and his mission is for been working foe years to find his ward sons and daughters ana:!! pro- Reese & Mendel and the knowledge of a trade- mony Sir. was and Mrs. 'Prentis left yes'* ; > "
4 TECTORI'ES IN SOUTHERN the purpose of securing all possible lost son, with the view, in his old tecting society, has criminaliz a home and school combined-which morning at 11:55: o'clock for i->-, '
age of leaving to him his high name these children and further endangered will turn out its inmates to honor
funds, until $500,000 is raised to
r
JSTATES--GREETED BY LARGE Charles where they will make the/
,I build ten protectories in the southern and vast estate; than when the jury society. 11 N. PALAFOX God and Bliss the world. home.

CONGREGATIONS AT BOTH states. Over $300 was contributed bad ome in with the verdict of guilty The Churches .Attitude ::- .. ..... ..
-- -- ---
1 Sunday and yesterday Rev. Jack- and his judicial lordship asked the i "The second charge I make, Uk- WILLIAM PRENTIS AND '
MORNING AND EVENING SER ton received two private!:!! subscrii>- prisoner at the bar if he had aughtto I vise in the fear of God, is against miny, He chose-and had chosen MISS ESCOUBAS MARRIED FLORIDA M4N A
tlons. say why the sentence of death the church of Christ. .| from the foundation of the worla'' -
.
f/ VICES. Rev. Jackson in his treatment of should not be passed upon him; the I "The Son of Man went hungry, as His companions en Calvary two A quiet wedding was solemnized in GENERALWashington
the juvenile criminal question and prisoner arose calmly, without any came to Him for bread, and got it.!|. (thieves between whom He pouredour the parlors of the .Parts Hole! Sunday CONSUL
\ I the' matter of protectories in his ad attempt to justify himself as to the He went to the blind and the blind His life blood. And you rentem; morning at 11 o'clock;Judge J. R. Lan-
I The citizens of Pensacola dtemonhtrated +' dresses yesterday, said in part: specific charge against him, and is came to Him for sight and got it.< ter what he said to one of them whc, drum officiating. The contracting May 21.-The prep: ". ":'
beyond all doubt yesterdaythat "First, I do solemnly charge, in th represented as delivering one of the H went to the sick and the sick longed for some manifestation of His: parties were. 'William Prentis, for some. sent today, among other m>mna: -:"'
I' they are greatly interested in fear wf God, that the state has b ematterp'eces. of English:. literature came to Him for healing, and got it; ,great sympathetic soul when H<:i time connected 'With the Hargis .Pharmacy -I to the senate, the. following: i'"If' '
the movement for the reformation of criminalizing her unfortunate sons, telling the judge on the bench that it He went to the outcasts of society reached His higher Kingdom? 'This;;I' and Miss Levonia Escoubas, of, general at Copenhagen, Ern:' iI
criminals was he who accuses! him while a ann such outcasts though possessedwith day shalt thou have companionshii .
juvenile and the efforts daughters, not with malice and -
atilt Charles, La. I Mann, of Florida Commission'On -
that being made to funds aforethought because of lack mere bov of a crime which he did I seven devils: came to Him for with_ myself. in the _Paradise Ol t! Lake n ....'. f.,
are secure : but thA n -- -- -- account or the serious illness 01 eral or immigration Frank r. S" '
to erect ten protectories in Southesn of that thOught-whieh is born of wisdom not commit; that he therefore was peace, and got itH: went to the I
God"The the bride's uncle, only a few intimate of Illinois.
in society
t". States. y.Rer. of love. responsible for his place lonely stranger, and the deserted! .c urch feeds some of the hun-
and a convicted criminal. wayfarer to Him for I -
now as came
companionship -
::
CrawforoJ! Jackson of Atlanta, "Have you ever read! Paul Cliffordby the gry, clothes some of the naked, visits --
"And do you remember as and got it. The condemned
some of the sick and takes the sick
I delivered two eloquent addresses at Lord Bulwer? Do you recall thedeserted'
judge in a most solemn and dignified criminal came to Him for forgiveness -
to few her Now and
l the Palafox Methodist church anent mother who gave birth tor a a pf hospitals.
manner, had passed the sentence that and got it And at last when
then she takes in the stranger,
Ij'the subject and was greeted by large bright son, that she passed away at
the prisoner should be "hanged by He would strike with one heavy blowat
J. congregations at each. In fact, time, though by no means as much as the
at the same and the helpless child '
the neck until he be dead, that thehonest once the deepest depths of human -
the evening service the church could left in the hands of the !Salvation Army-but what is the a
was hag had been
( ob detective, who depravity and self-inflicted igno-
not hold the vast crowd that was who kept an,objectionable: inn; that I I fmployed by the judge to find. his I I church of Christ doing for. the Fast TO DELICATE.OMEN\
t present to hear Rev. Jackson. It the wide-awake boy by and by broke long lost son, rushed into court, company of people, known as the
I -I I criminal class? Leaving out a few
IL in court, that
_
saying excitedly, open elect souls in the past like John
" he held the proof in his hands that !Wesley George Whitfield, John, You will never get well and strong, bright, happy -
the prisoner was the judge's own son,, IOSThTTER Howard, Elizabeth and Dwight L. hearty and free from until- build
1\ i DISEASES which his highness heard, and order :Moody, what has been the relation ,- pain, you up your
SKIN ed the lunatic to be arrested; that of the Christian church to Him, who constitution with a nerve refreshing, blood-making
the court was adourned in great COH-
said 'I was in prison and ye came tonic like
Ifusion, and the judge was driven '
unto me, or 'I was in prison{ and ye
FIERY ACIDS IN THE BLOOD hastily to his palactal apartments, k came not unto me?'. Where will He
where he quickly dleof the terrific
brethren?
; 1 put you and me, my
1 All skin diseases are due to the same cause--an excess of acid iu the shock, cojiXbusvof his wrong? to his "iBy the erroneous methods of the ardft
himself to
to and society
blood caused by faulty assimilation of food and poor bowel action; this son"Now for the evidence of my first state and by the cruel neglect of the Wies
fiery acrid matter is forced to the surface through the pores and glands. solemn accusation. church, crime has multiplied all over

Pustules are formed, discharging a sticky fluid which dries and makes a crust, "Ex{ overnor W. J. Northen, the land.
causing intense itching. When the crusts or scabs are scratched off the trustworthy to the core, said to me: "I am here to-day to call upon you,
!n the name of oar conquering Christ, it Makes Pale Cheeks Fink
kin Is left raw and bleeding. Dear Bir.- ty body broke out with a 'A certain judge -Georgia-laId me to help storm and .destroy another
Sorietimes skin diseases are in the rash vr eruption.which in spite of all out of his own mouth pointing to a bltiiRS **>
accursed
. efrorta to cure continued get worse Bastile, the whole cruel and
, dry form, and bran-like scales come on The ltGhlnw had to tried WI., prisoner in stripes,' 'my' court made system Of dealing) with prisoners It lsa, pure, harmless medicinal l tonic, made from: vegetable
the flesh,or the skin becomes hard and iefcly,t P.1y r.eomanepdedpreparations terrible. I manyj with- that boy a criminal.: in so far as it violates the prI cl- Ingredient, yhlch relieve female pain and distress, such as headache: ,
ry, Often cracking, and the painful out benefit,and hearing of S.S.S.deter-i -Sadder. Facts. Stil.| If you neglect the stom- ''ples and practices of the Son of God; backache, bowel ache, dizziness, chills scanty or profuse menstruation
itching causes acute suffering. It Inexpressibly d.liphtedwhen it a fair trial,*and**bot-was : "What about the boys I have seen ach and bowels you will, and especially that part of "that te- ,.dragging down pains, etc.
does not matter how the trouble is ties cured l entirely. behind bars with hardened criminalsfor veto a our wayward children into
manifested, the cause is the same-an Escondido,Oal. MASNO.. getting. In the spirit of play, on sooner or; later, pay the {full-fledged criminals. It is a buildingstrengthmaking medicine for women, the or.:>
, excess of acid in the blood. Salves,powders, cooling washes, etc., while they revolving doors and. gates; 'or on penalty.' Nature often I "You will never find me throwing medicine that fs! certain to do you good. Try it.

relieve the itching and give the sufferer temporary'col11fort, cannot cure the slowly passing freight trains, or hunt needs a little assistanceand 'bouquets at criminals nor advocat Sold by.every druggest in $1.00 botttes.! '
ing consciously or unconsciously on ing aftparlor of delights and do-
! trouble because they do not reach the acid laden blood. The best treatment -
I for all sLi -diseases is S. S. S., a remedy that posted land for. birds which'they may an occasional dose of nothingness for them. But as sure WRITE US ALETTESfreely 1 "YOU AU fRIENDS
or, likely pot have killed?
, more
I may 'as'we are here, something is radically -
l ispure1yvegetableandonewhichactsdirectIyI "What about innocent children, the Bitters will help won: wrong with our whole penal sys and frankly, in strictest confid-I of mine," writes Mrs. F. L. Jones. )f fGalL1tin
I S S S. on the blood with a cleansing, healing effect. seen with my own eyes, who were derfully. It cures poor tem. Punishment ought to ba visit ence,telling us all your symptoms and Tenn.:
S. S. S. neutralizes the acids, and purifies the lost in some of our larger cities, ed. upon every transgressor 'in the troubles. We will I send free advice U For since taking Cardui I have
1 blood so that the skin instead of being blistered taken by a great big man with a club Appetite Belching, Heartburn home and in society; but that pun (in. plain sealed envelope)* how to gained JS IbS.,and am in better heaJtf
1PURELY VFCrTARI r and burned by the fiery fluids, is nourished by in his harm, a palr of pistols buckled! Dyspepsia, Indigestion Bshment which is! purely vindictiveor care then. Address: ladies Advisory thAn for the past 9 yws I tell m'
a supply of cooling, healthy blood. Special on and covered with brass buttons, mercenary, that punishment which Dept.;Th9 Chattanooga Medicine Co., husband that Cardoi jg worth its
book on Skin Diseases and any medical advice desired will be furnished every one of which stands'.for some Costiveness, Female' is''not In loco parentis, that pUnish- Chattanooga, Teno weight in gold to all suffering ladies"

t without charge. .THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. thing awful to a child's mind, especially Ills or Malaria. Try it. ment which is not born of wHa'oniI
,It.'=,," ..... when arrested; and these I. and 'love,and which therefore,I is not itf



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THE PENSACOLA 'J.OURNA.L,. TUESDAY' MORNING 'MAY 22,- 1901Commencing' I PAGE THREE ;;.I'',:; i.

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Hot INE[ AND LIQUOR u uD T WNrmNTN NO wl Special- Tuesday B rgains]IWII. f 1 ttil]



Weather ,

D DUMPED[ III HAS .BEACON[
N

Comfort at I.@ ( lck.. I ,;,:;;;; f ;

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GUTTER[ :1 UGHT :50c .Dresser:.Scarfs and Center: ,Pieces, .' :.. 25c I c: //.r ':

Clothesfor 40c Dresser Scarfs and Center Pieces "
; :' .;< ift : 19c ::1 1

business and leisure ..::....; .. .. 75c Dressy-Scarfs and Center Pieces ,. -' -. ,-.. -, -..- .;,.;.- ;''-' 39c t I.' ,
; ..>v .. "" .... f,, ;

(wear In the torrid term. Wife of Ex-Speaker: 'H nd rson GreatlyNeeded Light Has: Been 40c and 50c Embroideries for '," :. .. .. ". 28c'i: : s'i'1'"


Feather wefght. a trifle Lift Its Disposition. to the Erected on :Long Shoal Opposite 15c and J J9c> Embroideries for. JOe : \\W


lined.yet full-of and cut style.for comftrt Double I Rochabites.: : the City. 15c Zephyr Ginghams for . .8 1-2c ; Jf '


and single breasted in fine Special to Thr. Journal. Several years ago _The Journal be- '$J W. B. Corsets, $1 Thomp on's Glove Fitting and the GloteJ 1 Corsets at 69c ; : 'I t : .

!Washington, D. C.. (tMay 21.-That It gan the proposition to establish a light i! ,
Imported flannels tropical will not be served at her table, Mrs. off Town Point, just opposite the city; Remnants of every description on special bargain counters to close out cheap. ,

worsteds and John 'B. Henderson, wife of ex-Ssnator and later the Chamber of Commerce
serges ,
Henderson, permitted,several hundred took the matter up and presented thenecessit

showing many mixtures quarts several of thousand wine. .nd dollars liquor,which yalued' has at at Washington.As s of/tns. 'case fa the officials 'II, : :a: L.A.N"N"O r : : \ c%z:, OOTEII : : .', :

stripes, and solid colors been stored In 1 i'I
her cellar, to be thrown -
result of all these -
a efforts it .. f
into a gutter to pass off ,through the will : : !
Including the ever popular be good news to the boatmen who 1
street sewerage as waste water. She sail ::1 "
Pensacola bay to know that the -1 .
blues. did not wish"to serve to her guests at light has now been erected and can ,' .{ !
the stabl, nor -to sell it nor to give It be plainly ssen from the City wharvesany I necessity of good ones, not for his this grand and much needed improvment. \. t J.f i

Ties, most complete line to a hospital SQ she left itJo the members time after dark. own personal benefit but, for the good Florida is now on the road t t\ : 1.. t

of the Independent Order of The shoal whfch extends from NEW RAILROAD A "GQOD.ROADS"CAN.Di of the people generally.: The "g shown here be amIno
ever can Rechabites, who has 'assembled at the road" movement is an old one, '
"Henderson Castle.** the Town Point out into the bay has been one will ever tfoubt the value derived of choicest vegetables and that value : t. i <. 1
After assembling
seen at our store. of the Rechabites Mrs. Hen characterized by more than one yacht. from them. The main point ,is able product that has made Gadsfca t : -lt: i I

derson made the statement to the order man as the "hardest place! to miss" In for us to unite all over the state and county so famous, tobacco and with ; ."

I that for the past th 'ee.'ears' she had American waters. This was probably. rEND[ FORBUSINESS DATE work together until We get them. it all of these good things on hand : 4 '1 1
a somewhat extravagant expression, will be great saving to our people
ihsen a if this : ;
troubled ,in regard to the, stock we could get "good road" f '
but it Is a fact that many pleasure generally in wear and tear of vehicles I :1" 'f
I lof wind: and liquor"srorerl the "Cas-
movement started! and carried; out '
boatmen have piled that point and quick transportation for the i:1'
I tIe" cellar. She said that it had and had more or less up d'fficulty:on in get farmer in getting his products to the the future succeed of our fair "Land I 1 1',

= been placed there to be served to ting off, and It will be gratifying news [ W ON'OUT N T nearest market, naturally means several -. of Flowers," would be assured. Let'j I :tI
J guests at her table but found that .
to them that the shoal is r.o'v markedby dollars each year saved on this I get busy; now is the time. '. ;
it was a temptation to young men ;
) of the pleasure
a light that will hereafter burn score to say nothing ,,:
and women. (a continuing her state- there ht. I derived from enjoying the benefit of .< I. .
--'-- every n.i I 4.i
met, Mrs. Henderson said: i I .._.nnli roads"' I Conger Eel. : ': !
-- "Concerning.those')ocKed up bottles bVVU Of course'VU\hh the argument in favor of Conger eels bunt for the octopus*a ad. | |
COTTRELL, in the cellar should 1 give them! away Not if as Rich -as Rockefeller. \ Branch Line of G. F. & A. Welcomed !- Movement for Better Highways ("good roadd" is inexhaustible, and I when found proceed to browse on Its t > |.b, 'J|: '

FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. to those.:.who have not yet arrived at If you had all the weath of Rockefeller the time is now ripe for the peopleof limbs. The octopus tries to hug the > ". | ,i.i
Pensacola. Fla. my stattfof, thinking?". That is no.bet ,the .Standard Oil m 'gnate, you : to Quincy With Appropriate Flayed important Part in progressive Florida to come together -I I slippery, slimy conger tight but In .! h| > .'

---- ter than-to ,serve* them on 's self. could not buy a better medicine for on this movement and all I vain, and finding its limbs growing 'f|,|, ,
DIAMONDSSomething Should I send them to a hosp'tal? The bowel complaint than Chamberlain's Ceremony Gadsden County Election pull together on this one grand less, discharges its ink In the face of !i. 1'1 !

new sclioof of medical. "practice' Is uore Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. )> proposition. .I the foe and under cover of the turbid s ;
Neat and Newln Them and more the'way of hygienic methods -. Gong back to Dr. Willis's ejection\ f
K
1
The most eminent physician can not water beats a hasty retreat It is to t. > ,
.
W. A. Gahlenbeek 218 S. Palafox St and less and less in the way Of Speciaf tA Tne Journal in this county. The doctor is very .
better Journal.Quin.cy 1
prescribe a preparation for colic Special to The escape the too pressing attention of Its |
: 21.-'It is modest in his claims about what he "
indeed
L-- rugs. Should I sell"them? What in and diarrhoea- both for children Quincy, May very 1 *
the
foes that octopus the a'
all this world could be more abomida. May 21.-The new branchof noticeable in the recent election it can accomplish alone and realizes possesses
TURTON & BELL. and adults. The uniform "
success of this county the "good road" move the fact that it will take the hearty power of changing its color to correspond *,;
ble than '
to give a person the ,right to
this remedy has shown it to be the G. F. & A. railroad from Havana '
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. V
superior
j"
poison his neIghbor for a money consideration i' inent played a very important partIn co-operation of the people generallyall } with that of Its surroundings. ., ,! : j jl.
all
to others. It '
Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateyri. ? Now, fellow Recha : never falls, to Quincy was formally opened for fact it played such an importantpart over the grand old state of Florida \l.. .
JIll and when reduced with .'!I ;
water
bites, you have studied ihese questions sweetened is fond business on Saturday when President that the only cxndidate thai to carry this movement Into effect An English Soperitltlon. '( ,
pleasant to take.
R. K. WHITE longer than I and you have done our family should be supplied with Every it Williams, accompanied by the other openly announced on that platform I According to an ancient bit of Sussex ; :.1), ;
five others by avery Records will easily point to other J'
nominated
over
itcbmaker. Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate family the honor; o! paining your tent Sold by all druggist officials of the G. F. & A: and a large was hana'some' majority, he having States and also some counties in II folklore, when a bride returns i ,
Cptieisn,30 S. Paiafox Street. Pensacola. FIt.TerselyTold after my hus anJ: 'I shall)) leave tto I home from church net single friend: 1 t:r
Tallahassee and Bainbridge than to road" ,
party ; received more enough votes Florida: where the "good move .
you what to do with'that dram'shop In at rob her of all the In he ; ,
once pins ? : ,
I
cellar." THE CAPTURE people came over on: a special train., be nominated in the first' primary.The ment was brought to issue and car '
our candidate referred to was Dr ried out and the benefits: derived by dress under the Impression that every :
(Her Rechabite guests promptly vot They were met at the depot by a committee maiden who is to :
lucky enough !
Joseph H. Willis.Dr. the people were of unlimited value. possessone : ; 1
ed to throw tb.3. contents of the wine from the Quincy Board of I been known fact and will be married during the .
OF RAUSCHER Willis has always an ardent -It[ is also a well course r'i
cellar into the gutter. In' a'few mInutes Trade and escorted to the opera house t supporter of "good roads," but statistics will show, that in sections of a year.-London Express. i'

J. J. Hooton has returned from a trip the gUests were breaking the there receiving a most cord.al: addressof has never never entered the political )where "good roads" prevail, the People I : :.. '
necks of bottles ag'ainsl stone; coping welcome from thejmayor: Mr. H. the last election iti f "
I
out into Arizona: where he 'has some arena until and generally are very prosperous.Dr. :
mining properties.E. ,I at the top of a steep hill, on,whlch 'The Jacksonville Times-Union ofSunday A. Love. This was followed by a number a known fact that a doctor whose Willis in contending for "good Sometimes vegetable growth is very :
is stuated: th,3 Henderson castle.". At says: Policemen William B, of other interestijpgjspasches, after business necessitates. his going overa roa "" asks through the press for rapid. The common mushroom attains = < i'
S. Nob'.es, a well known newspaper the foot of the hill is a negro, settle- Crawford and Charles H. Hurlbert which a delightful luncheon was I majority of the roads in his counlY the hearty assistance of all legislators its full size in less than twenty-foul .; I'

man of Montgomery, is here on ment who quickly discovered that made two important arrests last night served tq the out-of-town) guests:: on is in a position to readily see the and the people in carrying out hours. 4 ,, : .
business connected with his paper. there was "free wine" to be had and about 8 o'clock in tha persons of tie stage''of the operalhouse. Among V ::1 J JI

C. W. R'chardson.: A. P. Hardie and many drank it from the gutter. Thomas H. Rauscher, of Pensacola, the prominent people present were .- --,

S. W Ballantine. three prominent cit and Will J. Williams of Oakand! President J. iP. 'Wil: ams. Vice Pres.: t

izens of Milton, were in the city yes Stomach Troubles. Ca., young white men. dent Sharpe, Superintendent W. B. Food (
terday. Mrs. Sue Martin, an old and highly Yesterday afternoon the police department Denham, Jitonager J. H. iMcWilliamr, Authority

respected! resident of Faisonla Miss., received a telegram from Engineer John Pasco, former Manage! :
The remains of GeogGunot: were was sick with stomach trouble for the sheriff at Ocala, asking them to Begg, Colonel Donaldson, General '
laid at rest Saturday at 10 a. m. in more than six months. Ch'amberlaln's look out for Thomas Rauscher, who I Counsel Messrs. Woodward, Callahan, A Famous English Physi fan (who roquests l "
The funeral :
St. Michael's cemetery. f.
Stomach and Liver Tablets cured her. would meet a woman on Bay street. Jones, Former Congressman Russell, \ '

services were conducted at St. Joseph'church. She says: "I can now eat anythingI The telegram did not state whetherthe of Bainbridge and Dr. and Mrs. W. S. that his name be withheld from publication) ;
man was white or black, and the
want and am the proudest womanin Moore, Mrs. George 'Lewis, Miss Manr'e -
J. Conrad Scott, wife and baby left the worl
:Monday! for Carrabelle! Apalachicola, cine." For sale. by all druggists..... the list of escaped convicts. 'Fred G. Myers, Hon. A. A. Crooni, saysofCrppe .
Tallaha3see and other points in Flor Thomas Rauscher and Will Wil- Mrs. Croom, Mirs. W. C. Croom Miss

ida.rrh }' will be absent a month or CHARING CROSS. liams escaped: from: Gabriella on May Jefferson Bell, of Tallahassee. .
six weeks. -- 14th, and came to Jacksonville. The (Mrs': John S. 'McFarlin' returned on .
policemen were all given a good de- accompanied :
fatory f This Ancient Landmarkof Thursday from Chicago
IW. T. Sherman Post, No. 21, G. A. fccription of the men wanted and Policemen -
who has
London. daughter Elisa
her little
'by Nuts
R.. will meet this afternoon at ButIarcFs Crawford1 and Hurlbert went
on East Jntendenc'a street, to In reading English:: history you w'l!! out last night to try their luck. been attending school there. charm IT :
across nUDe us references tq Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Shaw very
happen
arrange for the memorial services to They first saw Rauscher uptown;
vTnisi
be held at the national cemetery on Charing Cross but the chances are you and followed him to a saloon on the ingly entertained the 'evening
the 30th will wonder If the allusion is to a real corner of Bay and Lee streets where club on Thursday their guests beias ,
H. Wilson: Mrs. WM. .
Mr. and Mrs. M. ,
cross erected as a memorial or simply he met Williams.; The policemen ,
Visiting days at ths Pensacola light I Corry ":!rs. A. S. Wilson Mrs. G
Immediately them under
crossroad. Charing Cross was formerly placed ar '
house have been fixed for MondaysVednesclays. a af. Underbill. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ide, : 7 '
rest, and at the police headquartersthe lack of stomach
\ one of the noted landmarks: of Mill- "In cases of slow digestion ,
Fridays and Saturdays. boys told of their escape from Mites Hazel Underhill, Mr. Peter ,
Britain, and its history is an'follows, :
Hereafter there will be no more Sunday Gabriella. ler and Mr. E. C. Love. Very lovely

visiting at that place, but people In November o-" the year 1291 "Good Thomas. Rauscher was born and priz.es were awarded to Miss Hazel! tone and debility, this food is invaluable." '
who want to go there must select! one Queen Eleanor as she was termed by Underhill and Mr. W. 'H. Ide. ,
raised in Pensacola and ssnt
was it
of the'days named. her loyal subjects, was ,called to( join for a term of five years for forgeryon up :Mr.: A. D. Covlngton: returned from >..' : ,.

Dr S. R. Mallory Kennedy, >who returned her husband, who was then making an March 21st, this year. V a short trip to South Carolina on Tues NOW FOR THE REASON:
apeditlon into Scotland. When Eleanor Will J. Williams wa born in Oak-
from New Orleans
yesterday ,
here he went, 'last week, says that had got as far on her way as land, Cal., and was sent up frqm day.Mr.. Ig. Gardener is again at home, The great bulk of human food is starch in some form-bread, pastry potatoes ,
Grantham she sickened\ and died., Hillsboro for five for after spending some weeks in Chi
the Or scent Cty: is now more free county years such wheat barley etc. r .
cerials oats)
rice ( as rye, ,
from than The remains must. of course be burled grand larceny on March 6th, this cago. .
he has
mosquitoes
sefn it at this time of the year ever and at Westminster, and ,the funeral year. From all indications the authorities Miss Gordon, a charming young This class of1 food supplies "energy" if it be properly digested, but there's the rub. ,,"'

thaI it is in a first-class sanitary condition cortege started In that direction. at Ocala learned that lady of Bainbrid'ge, spent several days the liver and intestines. When these J"
the time this royal funeral Rauscher was to' have met a woman: here this week, the guest: of Mr. and Starch and sugar in food are digested by organs

procession During was slowly winding its on Bay street last night, who was Mrs. Curry. are overworked or become weak, then the food is not entirely digested and lies in the .
Capl ''B. R. Moreland and wife, of to come here from Ocala to give him
toward the capital thou- of the stomach until it decays producing and therefore disturbance .
the Salvation Army, have arrived in weary way and Williams money. warm moisture gas, I .

the city from Savannah and will assist sands of people flocked, tp the w.ayslde 'Policemen Hurlbert and Crawford, ASSOCIATION OF and incipient disease of the liver and intestines and frequently appendicitis. ."

Capt. ,and Irs. Norris with the workIn to get a gllmpse'ot It It was a great will receive a reward of $100 each food invented. In it the starch of
To meet this trouble Grape-Nuts was part
event In the history-of the rural districts ,
th: of the
s city. The army tent was erected for the capture escaped convict OFFICERS AND MENIN \
and they did everything possibleto Thomas Rauscher is well warmth and time into .c ,
yesterday at the corner of Main and ? wheat and barley is transformed by long soaking sugar-just
Barcelona' streets and services will l>eield make the solemn.occasion a memorable ,known In Pensacola, and came froma
therein every night excepting one. merei r the procession good family. the same method as the body employs in digestion. Hence when one eats Grape-Nuts :

Saturday at 8 o'clock. A cordial invitation baited for the night'or for'other cause State Prison Guard Bridges was in BUSINESS NOT APPROVED BY he eats a predigested food, ready for immediate digestion and assimilation, supplying t, :: ,

Is extended to all. the people afterward set up a memorial. the city! last night, and took the '
men to ,Ocala. Both swear WAR DEPARTMENT40FFI.CERS the body with the needed food elements in a soluble and delicious form. ,
made at young ,
the
There i is a'gltation on foot to secure One.of longest stops was,
ftp of Charing, and subsequently' a richly they will escape again, as they are DETAILED TO '
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passage an amendment to the treated so badly in the camps. THE LONDON "LANCET" SAYS; :
cin code to allow the use of sidewalks carved memorial cross was erected on CIRCUS. S "The features worthy of note in our analysis are the! excellent proportion

to bicycle riders between the hoursof the sito of the 'camp. This was the of proteid, mineral matters,and soluble carbohydrates per cent The min '
midnight and six a. m. Petitions Charing Cross of h\gt\ ry' It stood until .... ; eral matter was rich in phosphoric acid 'Grape-Nuts' is described as a
m placed at,Vie stores of F. B. Bruce, 1G47, when the. last vestige of It was brain and nerve food, whatever that may mean. Our analysis, at any rate,
Wa't"rr. Hooton and King & Run- destroyed during the civil wars of Special to The JournaL shows that it is a nutritive of a high order, since Jt contains the/constituents "

)'on and all cyclists are invited to attach Charles IM the vandals who destroyedthe A ChangeWhen Washington, D. C., May 21.-The of a complete food in very satisfactory and rich. proportIon and.In an easily
their signatures to them. This Is War Department does :not favor tae .
relic claiming it to be a monument, assimilable state. "
I association. in business of an army .
measure that business and working Crossas
of popish supsrstltion. Charing '
!I!1n who: use wheels to carry them today was erected "by the CoffeeIs officer and .an enlisted man. Recently heat moisture and tim The diastase'is. I
seen .
bark and 'forth will appreciate. an officer of tha army established The food is naturally pre-digested by f
Southern Railway company, In the year in conjunction with an enlisted man, of starch into : "
and the transformation accomplished.
.. 18G:>. Left Off.It a publishing business. .The enlistedman : thus produced sugar ;
"& i had assisted in preparing certain .. A perfect food for persons with weak intestinal digestion and who need, but can- ,
Ever Made.
?st 'No Is
: spared\ In the manufacture expense Blue Cnn SfealCbln.'-- Favored.Beauty's is almost as hard for an old coffee parts of the work.. The judgt::, not fully digest ordinary bread and starchy food. '.,
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the of coffee in opinion
toper to quit use as advocate general, an oc.
Ribbon Lemon neck will::no long 1'l. be en.
and Vaa'Ha Extracts.They ,
it is for a whskey:: or tobacco :fiend to casioned by the receipt! of a special For athletes brain-workers or the weakest babe. i
are positively the finast that circled by heavy "round beads; which "
the matter. "It is I
break off, except that coffee user report on the says:
money and experience can produce! has been the fad for several seasons. observethat the associa: with trifle of the food : 1
can quit coffee and take up Postum proper to (For infants pour hot water over three or four teaspoonfuls of the food. Use that water a
These chalns'bive never been especially Food Coffee without any feeling of. a ton of an officer and enlisted man in dissolved in It. i

commeEdednby: manufacturing jeweler loss of the: morning beverage, for when a joint commercial undertaking is
Sciatica Cured After Twenty Yearsof ?, who are now,In high feather that Postum is well !iboiled and served[lWith unusual and has never been) approved THERE'S A REASON.',' : 'j'I

Torture. fickle woman will adopt ,more expensive cream it Is really better in po'nt of bys the department as not conducive

For more than twenty Mr. J. ornaments. The substitute for fl.avor'than most of the coffee served ; to discipline. It is therefore sug--1 'DR. FED HIMSELF I "For 3 years I kept failing with I "A' physician is_naturally prejudiced I

i B. Massey. of 3322 Clinton years St, Minneapolis beads are,slender, almost Invisible gun nowadays, and to the taste of the -grl;ted the ti/nsaction officer be be.advised closerf,that ar I! Found The Food That Saved His LifeA I stomach and liver disorders until I I I against writing such a letter but In '

Mnn. was tortured by sciati- metal chains, ,to which. are attached' connoisseur it i Is like* the flavor of fine rangements when this of similar nature will not old family physician: with a I was reduced 70 Ibs. from my normal I I this case I am willing to declare it ", j jI

Ica, The pain and suffering which he crosses 'studded with both' semiprecious Java. b3 looked upon with favor by the de good experience in saying people I weight. ;When I got too low to treat. I from the housetops that the mutip'led
stones which will life time .
transformation takes place
I
I endured and precious A great I
during this time is beyond sick unto death. thousands who are now suffering as I
partment. found himself myself, 3 of my associate physicians
lingerie necks. in the body within ten days or two finally I
comprehension. Nothing gave himany sparkle against Major I. W Littell and Capt. James failed and but let "I II health easily
find relief and as
weeks after coffee is left off and Pos :Stedicinss advised me to 'put my house In order1 did can V
permanent relief until he usedaamberlain's been detailed to Bar-
}.. Logan have "For the first I
Pain Balm. One appli- 'S reippjes.. turn Food Coffee used, for the reason rum and Bailey circus. Their duty him tell hs! own story.61 I am impelled -I for I would be quickly going the way and promptly by Grape-Nuts. If they r,

P 5ti ion of that liniment relieved the A cure may ,be effected,by applying that the poIson: to the nerves has been will be to observe the method of I time in my life of testify years to the valueof of all mankind. Just about that timeI only knowe what to do. sncerely: ant< ;,

an': and made sleep and rest possible Chamberlain's Salve as soon ,as the discontinued and in its place, is taken feeding and transporting the army of' .1 largely to publicly advertised article and I was put on a diet of Grape-Nuts predigested -..Fraternally yours." rame'of thfa:' ;-

fl4< less than one bottle has effected child Is done nursing. Wipe It off a liquid that contains the most people and animals who are, constanly :- a not these lines except food. Curiously enough it prominent physician furnished by Pos.J (, .
would pen
permanent If troubled with soft cloth before allowing the powerful elements of nourishment.It the move. It Is believed by thewar certainly "
cure. with'a on Mica.
I what seems to me a direct quickly began to build me up appetite turn Co., Battle Creek, : V
J'atica: or rheumatism why riot try child to nurse. Many trained' nurses is easy to make this test and prove department that the officers will of that Providence saved my life and I.. returned and in 15 days I gained 6 Ibs. Look in pkgs. for a copy of the fame : ;. ..

25-cent; bottle of Pain Balm and see use this salve with the best results. .these statements by changing 'from obtain valuable Information for the act that it is a bounded That started my return to health and ous little book,, "Tne Road to .Well.V.3" ', -
impressed
box. Sold by all coffee to-kPostum Food Coffea."There's and subsistence ex I am <
Quartermaster
t. yourself how quickly it relieves Price 25 cents p'er- duty to make it known. :I really saved my life. I ville." { ..
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. PAGE' FOU( THE PENSACOLA' JOURNAL TUESDAY MOIU{ J-lG,.. MAY 22 1906, _ _ _ _

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SF :"'" tf" ; ______i__ I Advertisements
I r We have nothing to conceal I No secrets to Legal ;

in'aeoia 1YT' hide!I. We publish the formulas of all oar m di-
DfJe
: JOUtMrIwuvw MOLINO l. TREASURY DEPARTMENT
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: L W e cines. You will find these in Ayer's Almanac the Supervising Architect, utlNn Om"1f,,
for 1906. %If you do not have a copy: we will ton, D. C., May 9, 1906.LrD! '
gladly send Then show the formulas to your doctor. If he does
-1nrJLwr- uw rL 51JVL WL Mf W J SrUWUVUWUW JL JWL-J you one. PROPOSALS: will be received
Special 1 to, The Journal,, not approve, then do not buy; if he approves,then buy,and keepthese standard office until 3 o'clock P. M. m tn u.- "lta, ,

: DAILY. WEEKLY-: SUNDAY.' Molino, May 21.-Mrs. Grimlar returned family medicines on band ffiaKffggS-: flcg r***.*!. day of June, 1S06, and then o.,..?..."*
t I Tuesday morning from' Chattanooga for plumbing and sewerage a Srt'lJt'

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Tenn.,' wher$ she had been! S S S ;. Rosa Quarantine Station. Ppr.saf'O't'
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*...BY... 2 spending a week,attending the Southern I_, i : T -iiIiiJ,i (.bT Florida, in accordance with r<,w ::;?"
Baptist convention. q :. i and specification copies of n,n..h ,Cf
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THE JOURNAL COMPANY.FRAtyK MT. Davis Tait'went to Atmore. Ala. Hav You Got a Tender. Face? \ )' r 1 .j//////// be had at this office or at the .-iffii( Q*

to spend a few days with his parents. 1Pl. ( : the Custodian of the Station Pn'-tl'l.
wSfJrrwLrLr Wtflf WflflW W W-t rWL Mrs. John 'Bayone and her: lIttle! .?'i&i. 111 it -,'* la, Florida, at the discretion 'jt )
: I daughter, Edwin have gone to Atmoreto .e No matter how tender your face, you Scan shave yourself easily, -.. Supervising Architect. James lit
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L MAYES President and Gsn.raI| Manager.
__ spend' some time visiting. relativesand quickly and close with a_Gillette Safety Razor. One Razor b Taylor, Supervising Architect
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UrffU 1.f friends.Mr. samais twenty-four. Complete for $5.00. I, :t II' 15may6teod.
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Pleas. -Dawson and Mr,' Willard
,MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED, PRESS. -
Crabtree, of Molino,'have gone' to the cae 'S Boo stcre.Pho" illKi' / The The citizens NOTICE.
J- iS rru-i fliun.nsuinsumi- Vflt wr JUJf big picnic given on the Southern and the pumic at
2J5. 213 South Pafjfox Stmj: P.Miao7a 3 large: D. F. Richardson, of Taianas.:
SUBSCRIPTION States Land Co. raIlroad at :.a' point
RATES. \\ see Fla., the old
known: as the Buckeye field. -- -r tA'b\ ; Confederate ,m. ,!ap
One Tear.................|5 00, One MOflth..ss..s .s.1' 4S .Mrs. Dan .Procter and her fatherinlaw ,; p of the few left after the seige i: v,>,.
Six Mouths.....'........... 2 50 One Week..........e.s.... ii(> returned to Delores Wednesday LllJs burg, is -here canvassing for MIP *mer
Three Months..... ....... 1S Weekly Edition per yar-l o( morning, after spending a few days CL.C>C S .1 lean House of New York city dm: asks

-r- pleasantly visiting Mrs. Proctor's relatives A good 8 day Parlor Clock.. .. ... ... ...... ..... ... ... '". .....$5.00 :1tV1I1( $ your remembrance. He is a, :' ...t.
A good 8-day Parlor Clock, with- alarm *3- : ( fled with good endorsements
Roberts and ensacola.Mr. tlt!
The Only Pensacola. Newspaper From Which a DetailedCirculation and at ""Mrs. Sumpter Terry,, of Mo- 8-day Mission Gloats, $2.75 to..J. ... .. ..-. .. .1 ... .'S ... .. ..$5.00 of the best people of the cit ?;':0n:6 T:,

Statement Can Be Secured* lino, visited ':Mrs. Terry's mother last: Repairing at reasonable prices. ficers of the state. He i is the on* '}'a

Jb1.nj5 L nr 1suWrLrnjw wuuW WW WJWflfl flflfa-rfliW J1flflJWLflJUWUWUW' Sunday at Atmore Ala, J. F. DAVIS, JEWELER, at CoVe, Book Store .d t. .. .rfJ- nominated himself for janitor .: :&
Mrs. E. SL, and Mrs;: Henry Barn last legislature by the permi> 'n or

: Offlo.., 108 and 110 East P.per.onS..on..rallSGo.ornmont. neau, of Quintette, spent Friday af : l>k the house.
I /eg.,* *... '. 2*.* >_.
.. ternoon in Molino the guests of Mrs # JLJ
Phon.38.I' and at all News Stands.PENSACOIA Notice for Publication. Deli,, 'n .:

.S-r5 r. -1 --A .1<1 __ JAM.AW1. Grimlor Mr. B. and Lenoir Miss,-of Tall Womack 'Hill Ala.. THE SIZE MARKon of the Interior. Land Office ar I; J 1-4.

I stopped here Saturday mornIng! to vis- The- Odorless Refrigerator f yule, Fla, April 9, 1906 \o- ( IS
Shirt means hereby given that the followiiv -
I an Emery or Savoy : >In
it friends. He was on his way home :
}FLORIDA TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 22. 1906
accuracy of size to a ;Shaft's] breadth. settler has filed notice of his! irr n''II
__ _n .after. a few_days. visit to relatives at 'YTha.. t' '.arofi'1lu m li", h_ i'nu___,,,, thlr. tn make final nwvrf in minnnrt ..' ,
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Pistol Totersa the countryman, and he is 'going! to Muscogee. and, na.CIr. Mrs.. ,Ed Hall are: ,the hap.It i : Offers: No Shelter For Disease makers.1'J have reputations to sustain ,claim, and that said proot :;
"i and cannot afford to make carelessly- made before; Clerk Circuit C ,-
continue their customer Just long as py parents of a fine son, one week old
so made .Shirts. Pensacola, Fla., on June 30 lut! '' "',
Menace to Peace you allow: yourselves to Indurge in I Germs or Microbes J -PRICE, $1.00: to $2.00. | James S. Seals, of Nokomis, \: j>j,

The pistol toter hasibecome a menace these.'ats rd antics.If ANCIENT MEDICINE. : 30488( for the lot 1 ( or E'2 mE I

to the of Birmingham, and the c i White & NixOUTFITTE Sec. 1, Tp. 5, N.. R. 34 W. Ht, !IAns:
.peace you want "business-and you are It .is built on scientific'principles of sanitation, giving
The Idiotic Nostrums In (. i the following witnesses to piou ::1:3:
newspapers of the city are endeavor. certainly entitled to it-get out and Whic".leopl. free air circulation. So perfect In construction and air ,
continuous residence .
:
Once f circulation that butter be in It with other upon am ?: <
ing to secure the inauguration of a may placed : AS
fight for it like a man. Stop your crying vation of said land, viz: J E HuJo
If modern science and become tainted.
can 'boast. of foods not ,
campaign that will free the city of and abusing. You must, as the i : bird, of Nokomis, Ala, Jamu,.:),
that class of undesirable citizens. The anything, it can of the way in whichit :)> Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back bard, of Nokomis, Ala., \V M <' > .
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AgeSIerald of Sunday handles the old proverb" tells us, "Fight the devil, has rescued medicine from the I $ i4$35.00 PHONE 790. ney, of Nokomis, Ala., W B. Se.tJ' >t
with, fire. To successfully meet the I realms of the London Nokomis Ala. W. G. Robinson
imagination
matter without gloves and has the following I says : + Next to New Brent Building rttg.
onslaughts of an adversary, and defeat: Standard. The wonderful u \ o ister
to say relative to the evil: pre -' (New line Llnoleu at 55 and 65 < 29 S. PALAFOX ST.COFFEE.
cents
: ms a yard.
him must the square |
you use same weapons scriptions of the :Magi, as narratedby Notice for Publication. Dercari.
Drastic measures and a Arm handto I Laid free.
enforce them are needed free Birmingham with which he attacks you. the Roman historian, Pliny,.are of the Interior. Land Office a* I" .*.
of the Pistol PeriL A book I In this case it is advertising-and examples of what the earliest doctors 'p'5 ville, Fla., April 9. 1906( No ,', >

full of laws restricting the sale of revolvers I it I must /foe met with advertising.You were, while even the "salves" of hereby given that the followm. run-Hi. ,
MARSTON settler has filed notice of
i his im-n] 'oa
and fixing punishment for have simply got to show the our own Elizabethans seem.at first & QUINA to make final proof In suppor .It -.
those who carry them will never abate
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the evil. It has been tried here and people-by advertising-that you can eight not much of an improvementupon claim, and that said proof w, "<*

elsewhere. and will meet the,prices of these mail those of the Chaldean M. D.'s. i 108/110 S. Palafox St Phone 148 Pensacola, Flap We are the, Pioneer made before Clerk Circuit dur i:

Purge the city of the class of men order houses on most things-es Let us take a few examples ,of Ma- Coffee Roasters of Pensacola, Fla., on June 30, 19ib ,!
who 'go armed. Do not wait to catch when the gian healing from a Latin author, of ++.+............... ................................ :William B. Seals, of Nokomi- \;'",

them with the "goods on" as that distinguished daIly freight and express which perhaps the most useful is the n' __ ___ West Florida.McHUGH'S Hd. 30652 for the SW% of Sec"-. >'.
charges and the. long waiting necessary :: Tp. 5 N., R. 33 W. '!He names 'u.. "
citizen of New Wll
York that in modern
following
taken into one par lowing witnesses to his ,
Ham Stephen Devery would say for are consideration. lance would thus A If You Use a Writing Machine,You Need the prove JII'r.'
in nine.cases out of ten the harm has Ignore the existence of the mall order run : recipe to ous residence upon and CUlva: ". >'

been done before the "goods" is dis houses completely. Let no one make women disclose their secrets. L. C. SMITH & BROS.' BLENDShavenoequal. said land, viz: J. EL Hubbird, <" \ -

covered. It is useless to spike the gun' Take one hen and, having carefully kom's: Ala., James Hubbird, 01 V'' -
think any of lllem are troubling you mis, Ala. W. SI. Courtney, 01 v
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after it has been fired. extracted her heart, place the same Visible Typewriter.Write .
in the least mis, Ala., James S. Seals of v OJ ",
Those who !
carry revolvers are usu on the mouth of a patient during Atria)
ally gamblers or gentlemen of otherS But keep hammering it at the people sleep. You will ascertain her exact for particulars and prices to Ala. W. G. Robinson. Regis! '

occupations, not recognized in law. The that you can meet the prices ol age the next: morning. To do the L. S. Brown. Pensacola. Fla. will convince the con. Notice for Publication. Dtp.. n, r:'
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vagrancy law' should cover them if no 7 of the Interior. Land Office u.,
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other statute is available. If that is! anyone. Do this not alone through old Roman justice he stigmatizes :. noisseur that we
ville, Fla., April 9. 1906. No; not effective arrest them on suspicion. newspaper ads but in circulars, mall. this statement as a "portentous! lie." make no extravagant hereby given that the fbllowiiu: .- ..
The courts will doubtless turn them dug cards and the like. Illustrate (No doubt he had tried it.,5) HNv. N settler has filed notice of his into ."p

loose. but arrest them again. Harry your ads and circulars whenever possible Others ae quite as grotesque. Feverfew : flUIId rs' Supplies. We have a full carloadof claims. make final proof In suppo'! <>' -

them until they conclude that some with cuts of your goods, and give when used medicinally had claim: and that said proof w "
other climate is more congenial. It Care?\ Magnesia Flexible Cement Roofing, absolutely made before Clerk Circuit r" r' '
has been tried in larger cities with prices. This, more than aaything to be plucked by:the left hand,: after Wholesale and RetailGROCERS Pensacola -
waterproof and fireproof. We can put it on Fla., on June 30, ]!lI \' -
Euccessh. It is by this system that New else, will open the eyes of.the peopleto the patient's name had been spoken Thomas H. Nelson, of Pensao,' .F> ,

York keeps its undesirable population! the fact that you cun serve them over it, the herbalist taking good or youcan... Cheaper than shingles. Hd. 30713 for the NE% (or Io- : .-1 1IVt I IEE #

x-ithln comfortable bounds: about as well as anyone else. care not to look behind him. A love Phone, 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO. ( of NWVr (or S* of Lo: ; > S.,

p The man for who a thinks civilized his community toilet incomplete That Is all the people want.their! .,charm hyena could caught be easily when obtained the'moon froma v................................................................. v-...............................,...."'.......,......'" ..,..................,...v'V and all kinds of Feed I 32 following, Tp. 2 S.witnesses, R. 31 W.toprove He nan'i".,, ,'

was
without a shooting Iron is not a desir- full money's :worth; and as long as the tinuous residence upon and cur. ',1 'I
ible citizen. He builds no skyscrapers in Gemini. Sporting prophets who ---w-: Stuffs.Pluto *
mail order houses keep telling them L of said land. viz: George P. ( > -
or steel plants or iron furnaces. Nc- wish to excel in'divination should '
Pensacola, Fla., B. C. Duval p'
)ody 'w Jl l weep at his departure.Let -and you let all such statements go change their customary chop for a Varnish Wood Stains sacola, Fla., Willie Simon, of Pi-.

the police start the crusade and on undisputed, and do no: meet them few moles' hearts. It is stipulatedthat Stag la, Fla., A. J. Nelson, of 'Pen.' -,
within a week there will be fewer loaf. I wjth, proof in die shape of facts and these be fresh. The Romans t Water Fla. W. G. Robinson. Regist.:

ers on the street corners and fewer : gures-that they can give them more themselves *., Flit.up in gallons, half gallons, quarts and pints. Stirtontents ., ,
although no mean ,sur Notice for Publication. Depa' :
pistols in the hip pocket ambush. 'Bir ,
for of after opening
mingham will be a safer place for law. their money than the local merchants geons-they made' use of the probe can and apply smoothly with of the Interior. Land Office at I i. -

abiding folk and the railroads will be possibly can, just that long are and nippers and instruments for 8'brush to the woodto be stained. Dollar seventy-five a Wholesale and Retail, ville, Fla., April 9, 1906. Noti ,

richer. The retreat of the artillery they going to remain customers of trepanning-were not less given to -gallon.{ hereby given that the following i, IT !

) ,cannot begin;! too soon. these mail order houses. Sentiment prodigies than the whose LUMBER AND BUILDERS' MATERIAL AND HARDWARE ALWAYS settler has filed notice of his in' ;J' ?II
people veracity to: make final proof in support <,;
and frantic appeals to civic O'FHAND.Saunders. New Orleans Grocery Co
pride is they doubted. They believed 1 claim and that said proof *"I' ."
En view of the report that yellow going to cut very little ice with the that eating hare was a cure for insomnia made before: Clerk Circuit <'<>. -' '

fever exists at Matanzas, Cuba's quarantine country people rule Mill Company Pensacola, Fla. June 30 I H"- .T
,as a -they are go and even the skeptic Pliny on ,
against United States gull ports Jas. McHugh Murdock T. McMillan of P'.n.: > rt, r r- '.,
ing where they believe they get the imagined that there must be some- Phone 717. 21 East Garden Street. ,
has all the earmarks of a Joke. most for their ..... Fla., Hd. 34574 for the NV. ot t N W'.
inonev. thing in the superstition that people I I!!!!f __ Phone 105. Proprietor
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of Section 28, Tp. 3 N., R. 31V
But, lastly, .h it not a fast that this who had done so were good looking ___ _n _______ names the following witn<"."s '.)

Mail OrderCompetition mail order bugaboo is greatly overdone for nine days afterward. A verita- PJANOS WiTH REPUTATION.\ prove his continuous resldenc :iw'fl

? ble nine days' wonder! He recom- Star of the SeaMARKET Our pianos have a reputation, and and cultivation of said land, MZ r.

( mended also, :as a cure for quartan Great you'll not find a piano that we will L S. Hobby, of Pine Barren Fa.I! :b

While there. is ,no doubt that these fever, that the dust.in which a hawk not match quality for quality, at a D. Berg, of Pine Barren, Fla '\\' \.
,To-: those country merchants. who big concerns have hit the country merchants had rolled should be positive savins of fifty to a hundred I Miller, of Pine Barren. Fla., I I. .I I H,, .
k are forever crying against the "mall put into a bag dollars. A remarkable statement, by, of Pine Barren, Fla W G R r-
pretty,-hard in some places, it: and the latter tied around the neck but we are prepared to back it up p inson, Register. 5
order" houses, D. A. Valentine of the
is equally true that we hear much nonsense with Reduction in '
a piece of red thread. Other not only to-day, but to-morrow-an-
Clay Center Times gives this hint: : SUPT COOK GIVES
; about advertisements
this vulture for regard our
mighty who is cures for this same were the longest t.me, we
''Th home merchant who ROBT. L EDMUNDSON. with NOTICE' TO PARENTS
advertises iron clad agreement L
; "go'ng! about. seeking whom he tooth of black as
maydevour. a dog in the
same -
and gIns prices In his advertisements position the public. Easy.to buy, easy to pay
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and a caught in the left Patrons. pupils and teacherf *
wasp 706 S. Palafox. Telephone 1295. CLUTTER MUS1C HOUSE, ,,'
need never fear the mail order house. The trouble about the average country hand and then, pressed against the P Pensacola, Fla.F.SMellBn&Co. City Public Schools Ati. n' {
Kansas City Star. ''Beginning with June the 1st p11mo *:-
forehead. -
: merchant is that he is
.It seems, from the above, that our too weak --- .......................... all the city schools I ia OI"r.,' ":awill
kneed and jtoo':scary. Eye GlassesWe work Hand ; 11.
begin promptly: at
country merchants and their ally, the Immediately anything looms Cttllctnc, a Glacler.\ rr Fresh Meats, AI : with two recess period- co' '

country publisher, are. at last beginning the distant horizon up on. In France the Alpine glacier ice Is .Green Groceries I : minutes each. Schools No ]la" "

; to learn how to fight this mail or that has the appearance spoken of as bouille blanche, "white I I : will close for the day at l':'JJ' .

der,bogie man in a sane, sensible way. of something which might L coal," because of the mechanical power .. Poultry, i and the primary schools will f ;;

S :And the hint: conta'ned' in the above divide or capture a part of his trade, supplied by the streams to which it Eggs t Handle' Nothing follows: Grades 1 at 12 m, ;' ,, :
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' he gets bady! scared, he gets shaky, gives rise. One of the, greatest of f: at 12:30; and grades 3 and 4 ,,' 'I'P.
paragraph is certainly a good one- these "rivers of loe'r is the Glacier des ,,' '
m. Said two recess perio-:
he gets panicky, and there is gut
even if it did emanate from a newspa : really Bossons, on the northern,slope of Mont are now selling | ,: i: minutes each to be divided "*> "- ,'
: ,trouble, on the old man's mind. But t tI Your Patronage is ,, ,'
per man who expected to profit by all Blanc, at Cbamouni. Lately this glacier Respectfully : THE VERY BEST give the greatest relief to t;, j'; J

S of this advertising he advised countrymerchants believe, in a great many instances, has become a source of supply of Solicited ,,' and least detriment to the w' ." 'ie'
- all of this racket is simply a case of a tee for domestic purposes. More than : school.
. to do. : of .
thing! badly overdone-a case, so to 100,000 pound of the glacier ice is Ilawkes'S By order of the Board of P; ; :;
It is in fact the sensible .
S : only ,.prac. slruction.
sent to Lyons It is
every summer. remarkable
: speak, of
tical way of meeting this mail order "making a mountain out of for its extreme purity. The Prompt Attention and : Everything. i N. B.fi2mayZt. nl" >!K,
the
competition which country merchants a mole-hill. ice is detached from the mass of glacier $2.50 Eye: Glasses : County Super !I'>: "f..
Choicest f 1- ,
in some localities claim i is hitting The probability of mall order corn in blocks of suitable size by ex: Supplies are I !
, .
them so hard-the only way that h I petiton ruining them is .not near BO plodlng gunpowder in drilled boles. guaranteed. Clean, heavy clipped White : NOTICE. 1-

practically sure of meeting -with any Ip probable as their own lack of push, Dynamite was trfed, but it shatteredthe ; for : Oats. i dersigned Notice is owners hereby of given the foUi tiw p '. ,.
lee and also imparted to it an objectionable No. 2 White Corn Bran
enterprise '-and pure -
degree of success. up-to-date business : .: sels will not be responsibl-
.
yellow tinge.WhyJuflaQiit.. and Shorts ..' J(
methods.A ;" debts contracted in the nan -
To plead with the horny-handed tiller 1.25 :
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i Chick ee consisting of 20 :
: :: vessels unless first autnori/'
of the soil to stand 'by his home f n- I articles .for, the Tapid and: i ..
: written order signed by us -
terprises and help to build the towns; report fro\n St. Petersburg is to The most peculiar reason yet assigned We : healthy growth"' of. the newly i: notice refers to the followint ..,

ofr his own county up by patronizing the effect that Lieut! Gen. Stoessel:, for a servant, leaving her I hatched.: \ Schooner Althea Franklin, ('i -' ... ..

r lie home merchants, to sneer at,, who so valiantly defended Pprt Arthur place "without "notice'* was given I I i the Wheat hen. and: 'Mixed. Feed for i Colt, Mary L. Harty, Amy W' .. ,' .' ..-

ftbuse and ridicule the 'man who pat aginst th,2 Japanese, finally being by a Germantown mistress when Ask YourPatronage Condition, Powders, for horse, +: ma Jane, Osceola, Ariola, F-: : :
Margery. Silas Stearns, Ag'
ronizes the mail order houses, and to compelled to surrender when his force(; asked why Julia, a colored maid, W A D'Alemberte 4 cow and pOultry.)' cyon William H. Warren, < .

attack and abuse the mail order had :be.cn ,reduced to a handfull of had suddenly .quit. "The whole .CoI1k y's Celebrated Poultry Sewell, Igabelle. .
trouble about last : Remedies, ronpe, cure, cholera "*
weak, half starved and came wash,day WARREN FISH COM.I
houses, will never do any good in the men cripples, and
said the Druggist Apothecary, cure, gape dire and lice killer. .
world. has been .condemned to death. If any indignant housekeeper. "It If you live In town telephone

To point to the fact that the mall I thing were'needed! to brand Russia, asa began to rain before the wash was 121 South, Palafox Street Peamols! ,Fla 'Solely on the grounds of :: us. -
done, and when it was ready to hang 'I If In. neighboring. towns write NOTICEThe !
house barbaric country the
't order pays no local taxes, con .executon! ot !
out it was drizzling at a'good rate. satisfactory work. Once to us. -
tributes nothing to the home char the officers who made such a gallant I
Then it was that Julia, the colored our customer always one. Woolley Sanatorium, 'nf' '):lI lV.::1-
ties and town and county improvements defense, of RussIa's'citadel' in the far BOSSO'SIce stitute w:, '. 1>9
help, came upstairs and asked me in the United; States
or helps to pay the preacher, east .would be ample evidence. I Opium Cocaine and Whiskey c.OIU
to lend her my rain coat while she The Star arl
Steam F. S. NELLEN & ,r
or any of the hundred and one things hung out the clothes. I had never Cream Factorycan CO. can be cured without explJI'," .,' ''ti.V
: In the way of home or county,charities The Jacksonville! baseball team ap found an umbrella with BO much ease for the pa: ... "!t)0
or a mackintosh i i iI 30 days' time required. D :
or improvements, is useless-worae pears to be.In the also ran class. necessary when I did similar work furnish you cream in Laundry. Phone 334. your case and I will write : '..'- aD

: than useless." These mat] order houses and declined. to grant'the request. any quantity.. Satisfaction S7 E 3arO n st. Phon* 114. Pensacola'Fla. opinion as to what I can ae '>>J>'!j:8f:

: a're answering'every one of these argu The erstwhile candidates have returned Then Julia quit.".-..PhiladKecord. guaranteed. S Ptntaceli. Fla I : I for you. Ask your family pb:5Wlal.
PHONE 1326SAM"BOSSOI 10
p to Investigate.. B. M. Woo *
Bents to the perfect satisfaction of to work.
I Prop. ........... ............... N.' Pryor Street, Atlanta. Ga.

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.. THE, PENS' 'ACO.L'A w : JOURNAL, TUESDAY' MORNING, MAY, 22. 1906 PAGE FIVE t(il., :
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V-04f PEOPLE and EVENTS I '. '

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Great Special Sale 11Jtl


Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, Come and ,, A .- ,1 "q.' r

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Tarry Women and Society Here and Elsewhere.By .' :i I

; 'Boys' Knee Trousers fll}

SPAR
E. NELLIE BECK. Telephone 669. I '

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MR' COLTMAN CRITICISES I came to this country when quite if possible, those who were ';'home,1 IWF!

fdit ROCKEFELLER'S TASTE. I young' and resided here: ever since. battling with the restriction and discomforts One Thousand Pairs iGt.;
P say-ola people who enjoyed the She bore her long illness! with great .of a quarantined city.. .4- 9

.K;-iu",- of meeting Mr.. and Mrs.Couuran ., fortitude and the end came peace When the gloom was Dispelled, the _
during their recent visit to fully. The deceased was a consistent dread disease driven front,their,midst H : I I '

)I:'., rfullivant> and Mrs. John S. member of St. John's Episcopal 'and1: their freedom restored the :. ;; 1 t --, i t' "01
Be, .1 i w'll' be Interested in, the fol- church and during her illness received ladies decided to make the New City /'
10" I is; which appeared In a recent all the rights of the church. She Flinch Club permanent, electing; ,a 'GUSASPAIRAGUS I Being a new line with us and wishing to acquaint the !-:, :

1 Is, It: the Atlanta Journal under is survived by her husband, two president secretary, and treasurer I public with the fact, we have decided to offer the entire j J'-
head and a Cleveland, sons, Corbet A. Jr. 'W. Murrrell II
CO'' MIKIH.: paying a stated amount of dues per
0 die imel four daughters, Mrs. W. B. Hooks, member. I line at prices that will bring you to our store to buy :.ft: :
(l roltman; an artist, said to-day of Buckatunna. Miss.; Mrs. J. W. MeDlwain After defraying the expenses of
C1& tohn D. Rockefeller's art taste of Chlchton, Ala.; Jessie F. the Club-which are very Small-the I R. : :li l/
Is -iiderman" and Mautf .M., Ryder, one brother, F. remainder of the funds is to be devoted ASAWAGUS!! 'r, i } '
( ,. obtained permission last ;R. Osborne of Jacksonville, Fla., and to charity. .- f
fll',,, .:' m paint at Forest HilL OnE other relatives. The deceased was a /hen the Pearl Eagan Home was We have Just received a new

E ',.. ide of the Rockefeller home: devoted mother and loving wife and reopened the vote was unanimous to shipment Asparagus and it's- Boys KneeTrousers 1
6r. ::axlnes, heavily wooded, where the news of her death will be read aid financially and otherwise to sup the best, too. rfnJL
strolls. Whole Asparagus, small tins 20c ,
PO be t'lier often with regret. I port that worthy institution. .
"i-i was in these ravines that Coltr y--+- 'I And thus they wish to let their Whole:Asparagus, large tins 40c I .

,', painted: two pictures. In the WOMAN ON STAND WAS, .j friends who feel inclined to pay something Asparagus,Tips,medium size 35cROSBttir&GERELDS I ;r.I'i

,\\v .* 'nat Coltman spent at Forest EXCUSED TORTURER.. I I into the treasury of the New .f .. I
IfN i Rockefeller visited him several "Now, then, madam said the attorney -;| This Club has never offered nor 1- J
t'DIHS a day. for the defense, as he began'the money is applied. All 25c Wash Trousers ; .1 r
Mr Rockefeller wanted me to cross-examination, "will This'
you Club has never offered or This .
hngl hten one picture," Coltman saidfa please tell the, court how you knowit played for a prize, their only object Sale:1: :\:
\ 'But I can't,' I told him. was a sealskin purse?" I[ being to combine usefulness with ,
:\lr Rockefeller insisted upon bright "How do I know it? Why I know pleasure. .. The Fancy Grocers All 50c White Duck '.. .y
DIP:'ireHe took me to his house, it because that's what it was" Pique and Linen Wash 42c i : ,ff ..
ent.! I soon learned' that he likes only "Yes, but how do you Know that} RATHBONE SISTERS AND
r.rJhl pictures. His taste.is crude.: that's what it was? You h'ad nothing!!I FAMILIES: WILL PICNIC. j Phone 391 Pensacola. Trousers < ',f !.

+ but hearsay evidence to convince you ':
ENJOYABLE PICNIC AT tEat it was sealskin You merely The members of Pensacola TempleNo. All 75c Wash Trousers :' };;1 ';
ELECTRIC PARK SUNDAY. took the word of the clerk who soldit 14. Rathbone Sisters: with their' I 6 3 C ;
most enjoyable picnics families, ire cordially Invited to abasket in Bloomer Style : L t
One of the to you didn't.youf You didn't seethe *. $
given this season, was that given at seal killaa! and ,the hide turned t picnic Wednesday afternoon : t tl i t ,
park Sunday, by :Mr. and 'and the I IiJooik and as early afternoon as possible ,i .
:earls purse made di ,you? # PIANOS AND ORGANS. t All 50c Worsted and l
Mf! John G. Welch and Mr. and here, Mr. Smarty," replied May 23, on the beautiful lawn of # CASH OR EASY TERMS. 43c ..
Mrs Pierce, when a large ,crowd of the witness "will you let me ask you Mayor Blanca Bliss's residence on Florida # All Piano Wok Guaranteed Cassimere Trousers y ,;

joung people spent the day pleasure- a question? What day"tI street. tt CLUTTER & RUSHING, t t
F
king. must insist-Tipon-...-" -+- # 12 EAST GOVERNMENT .
fe The crowd left the city at 9 o'clockin "Yes, I'll answer your question in The innumerable friends and ac- '# PHONE 476. ST. 11'iiJ. All 75c Wool Trousers (6 J7C *,'- !! :

the morning, and spent the cay a minute, but will ,you please tell me quaintances of :Mr. Henry Horsier i! .
roler: skating, walking In the woods whaf day of the week this is?" were pleased to see him able to" be **#*## jik*'***#*#** Li
and in numerous other enjoyable "This Is Thursday. Now, if you on the street-Sunday for the.first All our fine $1. Worsted o I ,
will kindly" :. time after an illness that confined him and Trousers in both
ways Serge (C J .
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to for
his bed I
A number of picnic scenes were "Thursday? How do you know sixteen days. the earthquake And the fire did !
him the favor t* Just stop short of plain and bloomer style ';
taken and the party greatly appreciated it's Thursday? Were you present ,
having a picture of what they when this day was created and did Miss Elizabeth Kelly of Mobile, arrived the house of, :Mrs.' Niblack's mother, ; .
consider! one of the best private pic- you see it while it was being la last evening and is the guestof Mrs. Huntington, in which I
tics given this season. belled? Have'nt you merely accepted / her sister Mrs. William B. Wright left their belongings they broughts C : j'

Doth dinner and supper were served hearsay evidence"' from Honolulu;. / WILL LAST AlL THIS WEEK. '

at the park and the weary! but "Oh, pshaw! If the court. please, },Ir. Henry Osborne of Jacksonville I ,
happy picnickers returned to the the witness will be excused. passe! through the city 'Monday Absolute' parity: great strength and }f f .
city on the 7 o'clock car. Galveston Tribune. night en route to Mobile to attend delicious natural flavor have made "

-+- -+- the funeral of his aunt Mrs. Ryder. Blue Ribbbon Lemon and Vanilla fam This is a chanoe to save money on your BOY'S : :,

MRS. RYDER'S DEATH NEW CITY FLINCH AIMS ous. .:_:-' t TROUSERS. Come early and get the pick.
SUNDAY IN MOBILE.Mrs. AT PLEASURE AND PROFIT. Ths friends of Mrs. Mallory Ken. .' 1'I __ ; ,
Matilda Osborne Ryder, wifeof The New City" Flinch Club meets nedy will be glad to know that she
Mr. C. A, Ryder died at their with :Mrs. Reader, corner Thirteenth is resting very easy after undergoinga :
home in Mobile, Sunday night at 9:30: street and Tenth: avenue this afternoon surgical operation in New Orleans I CHIPIEY I
o'clock after a long illness, at six ,at 3:30.: last week. She is still at t the hospitaland WATSON PARKER & REESE :

ty-three years of age.Mrs. Just as these ladies are entering will remain there for !some. days ,. : .
lA.
Ryder was the only sister and upon a plan-that by dues of the yet. ,

)last relative of Mr. F. R. Osborne of Club and otherwise-to help support a -% *. .. '. \' SUCCESSORS TO GREEN & WATSO/V./ I,
Jacksonville who with his family and most laudlble .institution.-The Pearl Mr. James C. Watson hasreturnedfrom Special to The Journal. I
that of Mrs. Ryder will have the profound Eagan Home fororphans-a: word to Atlanta where he and :Mrs, Watson 33 and 35 South Palafox Street. :,
sympathy of many friends and. the friends of the Club and those went about a week, ago'Mrs.. Ohipley, May 21.-The Chipley Lu- ,
acquaintances in Pensacola. they lope, to win:-w.illnot: b3 un- Watson 'Will remain there two,-weeks State Bank with paid 'up capital of
Referring to her death, the Mobile longer before returning home. $25,000, is nOW"i>pen for business. It | -' '
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timely. t.The locate ._ ..._ : :=t .., ;
item says: "New. Flinch Club" is nicely .on 6th Street in.Fa-\\ ; .
City grew : ... '' ,
Marie floro'S new : DJOCK. The =-- --,. - &;-"= --- -- -
Mrs Matilda Osborne 'Ryder, wife out of the social gathering' of a few Miss Kappa of Louisvijle) is ory & jurmtureis
Df) C. A. Ryder, died last night at 9:30: of the ladies of New City last summer the' guest.of: 'Mrs: E. W. Lawrence, on 'first-flass-anfl the bank makesa
the No. 257 West Garden nice showlngF. Bullock is presi-- ORPHAN HOME Grand Anneal mil.l!
r'clock at family home hoping in a measure to lightenthe street Miss Kappa is :
south Jefferson street. The decease'l gloom* that tha .epidemic had a native of''Pensacola, but has not ont: and Chas- B Dunn ohasier. r BRENT 1

was born in Belfast, Ireland, and thrown around its people and cheer been here since she was a child. The Ohipley"water works was out by the
BENEFIT CONCERTWhat
I of order so much: it waj ,put-into the .
., ., People continue to send all sortsof care of a special physician who is i! Army and Navy Union, Palmetto

contributions to this page of The slowly seating it into Border. The !I Beach May Z2 1906.I .
Journal without signing the real machinery has all been overhauledand ,
THE name of the author, so, of course the doctor"'sends' to New-York fora will unquestionably prove a Special to The Journal. 1 Trains leaving Fort Barrancas at

DISCOVEER they are only writing for the editor'sentertainment piece and when it comes and is put pleasing musical entertainment will Brent, :May 19.-We are having! 7:00 p. m; train leaving beach for .
be at Library Hall, Tuesday 12 o'clock, and re-
and do not wish their in place he orders another from given I Fort Barrancas at
warm weather now, a little rain would !
effusions published or returned. Chicago, then another from St. Louis, night, May 22, for the benefit of the turning 1 to Pen acoa! .
Of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable, Compound, thereat t etc. The people are getting out of Pearl Eagan Home. The following be There appreciated was an by ice all. cream supper ADMISSION 25c.
; 1[. E church to will be rendered: ) will be
Mrs. Ben. H. Thomas whose illness patience. The new program at Refreshments served.
Woman's Woman's His. the resi&nce of Prof. Allen Fri-|
Remedyfor has extender) over the last six weeks lie built of, cement blocks and the Program. day,night which was a great success j .
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during which she has been very skflt' big Hrst National Bank block and 1. !March. "Yankiana." E. R Lof- .
Among those Mr. W-
present were
J is now believed to have passed the other enterprises are waiting for tls.-rchestra ; '
lis Henderson Mr. Russell Haskell.
crisis: and to be on the road to recov. water. 2. Selection. Trinee of Pilsen."I i
kell, Mr. Lucius Stanley, Mr. Ruben -
ery to the great pleasure. of her The Chipley bottling works changed Gustav Luders-Orchestra. i
I Hart, :Mr.: Ben Westberry, Mr. Lee I]I
.hands to-day by one partner sell-
friends ,
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Buta
many 3. Song. "The Life of Love is ,, Henderdson, Mr. Frank Stanley. )Yr' GOOD
ling out and two gentlemen buying in. Karl Komzak-Mrs. Brawner. -
Day. Arthur O'Neal Miss Fannie Campbell, '
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WlfUiams
Mrs. I Mr. Johnie is overhaul-
Gordon
Keith of Indiana left '
I Miss Ida Henderson, Miss' Annie and.i
his hardware store and indulging in a ;
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Saturday for "
night'
home after a fly. 4. Tone Poem. "Apple Blossoms. Sallie Hart, Miss May IMalone Over
ing visit to her spring housecleaning."loving i
parents. Kathleen Roberts.-Orchestra. '
one hundred people attended'nd ai!s'
Henry" at Farriorg drugStore
5. Son "Good-iBye." Tosti.- GINGER ALE
greatly enjoyed th: < occasion: Violin
\ tG :Mr. and Mrs. Hunt Ohlpley, who has put in an Edison phon and Mrs. Forscheimer. music was furnished by Mrs.Lucius [
friends while
have been the guests of entertains his they
Judge and -
6. Recitation. Aux: Italiens. Stanley and Mr Ben Westberry accompanied II
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Airs. Newman since the fire in the drink with a first-class concert.Beautify I ..
Owen Meredith.-Miss!: Chaffee. him on'the guitar A cake
Keiley Apartments, have returned to arie I'l Travatore. for the prettiest young lady-, was won I I I is one of the most healthful ; .

tneir home and have as their guest Violin Solo. 'Legende." Carl.'b)' Miss Johnson, ann brought. fifty I I
Mrs. W. D. 7.
of :
r Ohipley, Pensacolawho pleasing"
the Complexion two dollars, besides the refreshments as well as
J.
will be in the city for some Bohra. JMr. Max Heinberg
sold, which all amounted to about
J time.-(Atlanta Journal. 8. Song. "Merrily I Roam." Goo ,
IN TEN DAYS.Nadinola. seventy-fire dollars. 'The Baptist are
Schle 1a .-:Mrs.: Pebley. working hard for a church! .and a few Summer
(JPaytaaster and :Mrs. T. S. P'Leary 9. Waltz de Concert "LoveLand'Holzmann.Qrcbestra. more suppers like this will surely Beverages
entertained at dinner on 'Thursday I .
i JL build one.
evening May 3, at their :
residence In
The UNEQUALED 10. Song. "My Heart is Singing"Gertrude I] IMrs. Lama Berry of Century came
drink.
the navy yard, Norfolk, Va. Their BEAUTlfIER.cn- that your family can
SansSouci.-Miss Went-]I down Friday to visit her sister; Miss
guests were: Lieutenant Commanderand
cloned tkoutaadj \
:.. ty
Mrs: Victor Blue and Constructorand guaranteed to remove worth. |;jTheodosia Wright. We have a new brand:
I :Mrs. Robert Stocker.-'Army and freckle, pimple, all 11. Novelette. "Dainty Dames.1 j Mr. Charles Wheat, Miss Maggie
Navy Register. _F facial oifcoloratioiu Charlot Blake-Orchestra. |IOwsley and :Mr.: George Parazine, of
9 and restore the Unlike (most musical affairs of this I Ferry Pass, attended the supper here .

The retirement of Pay ,Director Beauty of youth. kind, the full orchestra will play the I Friday night. .
Stephen Rand this week 'resulted Tie wont ettet In twenty day SOc and accompaniment for each musical Mr. Erlie Allen, who has been DELATOUR
r the promotion to the next higher S1.0ht all leading drug tore, or liymuLNATIONAL number. The orchestra is composedas I working at Milton for about five

grade of Pay Inspector L. C. Kerr, it_ 6r TOUT CO, PvUTeu. follows: months has: accepted a position: with
who is in charge of the'naval pay I Members of Orchestra.1st Wm. Johnson & SOIL The young

office in Washington and who Is 'pur- Violin-Max J. Heinberg, Mr. B. people are all glad to have him return
chasing pay officer at the Washington C. Heinberg. GINGER ALE

; : Navy Yard; Paymaster Samuel 2nd Violin-Mr. Fred Faircliild.Violo Mr. J. E. Spoon and Mr. Carson, '
---r :McGowan, assistant to the bureau:: of i =Mr. R. K. White. left for Bonifay last week.PENSACOLA '
supplies a.ndaccounts, ; Parsed,Assistant : Jhe eason Why"People |I cornet-Mr. R. E. L. Cresap-Mrs. :. !
rirt 4o6tNti Paymaster John S. Higgins;; pay Falrchild. equal to the imported

officer at the Pensacola Navy Yard. often speak to us Piano-Mrs. Flinn. NOW
ii and Assistant Paymaster Ban D. -Me-;, about the popularity of our place ,I Bass-:1lr.: B. Fairchild. I I3rd article,
/442 Gee on duty at the naval station 'atlKey | and the steady "comeback"habit } The admission will be 50 cents and
West, Fla.-''Army and Navy of every person who comes and the entire proceeds will be do- CLASS STATION dozenTry
Register. here the first time. This is but Ited'to the Home. i $1.25 per

No other female medicine in the world has received such widespread and the natural jesult of our meth- I : !
Coch, of the German crusier '
Captain (
unqualified endorsement. ods of doing businessus'ngthe Pensacola third! class
In Hampton Roaote HERPICIBE NO '.. now a dozen bottles of
Bremen Va. a
No other medicine has such a record of cures of.female troubles, or such very best materials that can WOMAN'S GRATITUDE. Marine Hospital Station, with Dr. S.1'
entertained at the A
hosts of was -navyyard be had to make our sodas and I'
grateful friends as has 'R. Mallory Kennedy as acting assht-
Norfolk, May 8, together with the this excellent drink.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. members of his staff, by Rear. Admiral -' creams. The natural 'result is A Mountain Woman Writes In Praise ant surgeon in charge.
: rich cream of velvety smooth at time had
a Pensacola one a third
It will'entirely the worst forms of Female Complaints, Inflammation Harrington, U. S. N., and the'om. 'of Newbro's Herpicide. ; it will
cure ,
ness and delicious flavor and several I have been class station, but for some reason it We know please you.
and Ulceration. Falling and Displacement, and consequent Spinal Weakness, cers of the station. The visitors For years
cool, ,sparking soda that's fit dandruff, causing me was discontinued and was later designated ,
with
and is taken to tha yard and'retp: ed troubled
peculiarly adapted to the Change of Life. were
for the'gods Cream furnishedin and hair became as a fourth class station, and
my
It has cured more cases of Backache and Local Weaknesses than any other to their vessel on one of.the navy for much'annoyance' -
quantities dinners enter used Newbro'sherpiclde Dr. Kennedy was appointed as acting -
remedy the.world has ever known. It is almost infallible in such,cases. It yard tugs.:-Army and Navy Journal.Mrs. very thin. I have
.
Solves and tainments, picnics, etc.COFFEE for a month and the dan assistant surgeon, detailed for the
expels tumors in an early stage of development.-
and examination of aliens only. Now,
Irregular, Suppressed or Painful Periods Weakness of the Stomach, D. K. Klusmeir i$ entertaining druff has entirely disappeared (!
however, it has been moved
heavier againto
is becoming much : up Sol Cahii &
Indigestion mother slster Mrs.H.'E. hair
Bloating, Nervous Prostration Headache General Debility her and my
old ,
hair is growing' its place and Dr. Kennedy
quickly yield to it. Deranged organs, causing pain weight and'backache, in.scantly Murphey and Miss Murphe ._of St._ than formerly. New
and I am; who has been appointed to take
relieved and permanently cured by its use. Under all circumstances it I Charles, Ky., who remain, for an ,extEnded : 'Hot Biscuits and Rolls every where there was none,
invigorates the female system. visit.Lieutenant. ,morning at 5 o'clock. very thankful to you for the benefits I charge of it will have charge of all The Pure Food Store

It quickly removes that'bearing-down feeling extreme lassitude "don't; .' I have receive[ from Newbro's Her-- service patients, issue hospital per-therecord's
relief certificates
Care" and "want-to-be-left-alone excitability: ,-)irritability.,nervous- Commander:. .'A. P ptcider mits and' keep
all correspondence PaUfox and IntendendaPnones'480
and conduct Corner
; est
tess. dizziness, faintness, sleeplessness flatulency,melancholy or toe blues.and Niblack, U.'S. N., who has just been 'MRS. C F. FOSTER South
headache. These Weakness or'some derangement ,ordered to No. 985 ,Utah Ave.; Butts:, Mont. for the bureau.
are sure indications of Female the Chicago at: 'executive! Kitchen Cafe. ]
of the organs, which this medicine surely cures. Chronic Kidney seems to be'a special favorite of the Kandy For sale by W. A. Alemberte The order from .'SurgeonGenera '\
Complaints and Backache of either sex, the Vegetable Compound evres. cherub who sits up aloft to look'outfor'the druggist and apothecary, 121 South i Wyman making this a third, class and
Those women who reuse to accept anything else are: rewarded a hundred, life of poor Jack. 'He passed 104 SPalafox. Phone 999 Palafox'street, or send lOc in stamps station goes into effect at once immediately
Co. Detroit Ii Kennedy's' duties alto begin
thousand times, for ,they get what they wantacureSold",\ ,by.Drug-giiti.. through San Francisco ,.wlia 'Jtrs.NiblacTz : for sample to. The, Herpicide Dr. i
ttervwhere. Refuse all substitutes., but just in season to escape. Mlc .



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"Property acquired by industry proves usually more l lasting than "' REAL :ESTATE 'MARKET

lands by descent"YOUNG -, Site

Wholesale l
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OfferIngi ,- \ 511000 situated .: : SPECIAL: OFFERINGS
-Gets a desirable lot .. -

MAN HUSTLE Lots 13 to .19/;:Inclusive, of black near R. R. waFer"fr6nT.the' ...OF...
,, property fronts three streets, '
57,- Belmont tract must be sold( at] has a two story brick building
Real l Estate it. If looking for HOOTON & WATSON
upon you are
Don't wait for :yo'ur father to die to become a real once. I
this can'tbe
site of this kind
estate owner. You'll" likely find it hard to keep the i .

taxes paid! if you do. $ 800-
120( deep. One block from car Government
corner of DeLuna and
two houses, renting for-$13"per, '
i line. This Is,cheap. ,
LOT YOURSELFand $ 650 A block,of 20 lots on East Hill, streets. "What's good enough for month; fairly close in. ; '.$12,500.00-E 'e or 'tuildln.gs and, a dwelling, containing 6 rooms near
BUY A "
$2700-30 lots and 4 houses renting *
.Union Depot. A fine investment.
I V each -by-.137%; A chancel :
double your m ney. .'. others. is good enough for us. Our for $23 per, month; West' 'fKing $2,500.00()-One of the prettiest blocks on East Hill, containing 20 lot-

i$1000-A 4 room house, East Rom na, present office will then be for rent. Tract, Inside of car line. each 40x137 feet.
with a house on It too. Then KO to work and near Tarragona. This will "be $900-Good piece" of property fronting $3,890.00-25' desirable lots on North Palafox. This is offeren!

pay for it Make a first payment. and then let the business property. : R. R. on B. Wrght St., .and. for short.time,only.
rent and a part of your earnings pay for it. When $ 700-House 'and lot East Intendencia renting at $10 per month. i 'G,300.0o-Large 2storydwelling on North Palafox on corner. !
that it done forget you had it and buy another. lot 40 by 170. $$2,500.00 room'dwelling N. Hayne St. Lot 80x125 feet.

That's the way to make money. See us about it. $1200-Two houses, East Government WANTED $3,3500b-Nice; roomy; dwelling, with large lot stables and out house; I

street, each renting $7.00; yev- McDavid-H er Company, lForacash customer desirable two in excellent location on DeVilliers SL

ly rents $168; will pay 14 $,er story dwelling\ modern conveniences $5OOO.QG-Two dwellings, in good neighborhood, near car line, on s
cent. '' Agents New York and'on electric car line. Price about Barcelona St. .

Pensacola l Investment 2000-For two blocks East Hill. near Life Insurance Company. $3000 to.$3500.
Company PHONE 54, No. 37 S. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L<
Money.to loan in large small
i bayou and on proposed ,extension 8 E. Government Street.. or
i of car line. Will bejworth; amounts..
Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. '
4. H. D'ALEMBERTE City Manager.1LB. double when car line is 'extend For: Quick Safe! list your property with ----- ---- -

W. g.irowiis, President. SIMKON, Secretary. ed. > us.,
J.L STII1MAN, V.-Pres. ani Gen. Manager. KNOWLES BYE, Treuurer. $ 500 one block,. East. Hill.north of WantedMISS iI i I -- --::
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Stoddart's. .. I L. S. BROWN & CO. -
Rae Estate, loans, General Investments. f 1250-Quarter block;*200 feet front. .
Ing south by 137% deep, on 16th MARTHA WH1T G". will take "We "Sel! 'Lots." Thiesen Building.Miscellaneous The Earth is For SaleA
215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida. Ave. on cat: line. A bargain; orders for home made 'Preserves,
overlooks bayou. pickles and jellies. Address 521 N.

IW..... $1000-riots, one a corner, overlook Si>rlng. Phone 317. ISmaylw Startling Statement,

ing bayou and bay, near car -- II rw Is true and we are assisting in parceling out dear old terra
it
but ,
_ HONEST
WEIGHT AND HONEST SANTA ROSA-Pavilion L. S. S. offers
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I line.: A home site. .;
good now"offering pine and hardwood timber land
4. firma., -We are --lIr
DEALING-Ia our motto. All goods the best' accommodation for
LOOK THESE OVER. BY BUYING
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---r -n----- : grazing and agricultural land
-- mill and turpentine locat'.ons ML
ANY OF THE ABOVE VACANT guaranteed first-class or money re: bathing, and.recreation to be found on
25000. proposition in saw
mil'UP
We have acre
funded. Orders' placed with us, how the Gulf of :Mexico. Launch Leclair town property. a
LOTS OR BLOCKS YOU WIlL! GET bonanza If have lands of the above classes
ever small, will receive prompt atten. leaves city wharf dally} ,at S:00: a.. m.. ber that.is ; you any
IN ON THE "GROUND FLOOR"
tion. Get our prices before buying Phone 659. Chas. H. Burton, Ifgr. list them with'iis, and they will soon be sold. We can sell yom :'1['
From 12 1 to 16 Per CantOn AND MAKE SOME MONEY. ASK ; to be' delivered next winter.
ANY MAN: WHO HAS INVESTED 'IN E.elsewhere.Gregory St.] B.Phone.8S5.Hoffman & Son 15may, 57 12may., pentine We are place sole", agents for all the real estate of the new town of

PROPERTY IN PENSACOLA IN THE If you will look around the house, Lyndiola nesying beside a:chain of turquoiseblue lakes besides -tif
LAST TWO YEARS. AND: HE WILL WANTED: I you will find 'a lot of, ways In whicli B. C. & St 'A.rallr a& Also for the real estate in the new seaside
-The''public to know that
Your TElL YOU TO BUY. the Pensacola Building, Association you can use old newspapers. You I city of :Bayou!'St; Anorews, now being laid off at the terminus ofh?

Money Isn't FOR RENT. has decided to follow:: the lead of the can-buy' them in; any ,quantity this B. C. & St A. railroad on the far famed St. Andrews Bay, whic :ha:?
5 loom house, near depot... .. ,.$12.50 progressve youn' men who have estab- office. .They Jire put up In bundles, been'Justly designated as "The Naples of the South." In fact, it >'s

6 room house, near depot.. .... 16.00 lished that modern and up-to-date convenient' to carry, and. sold, at five any part of"mother earth, see. us about It.

BadIsIt? LESLIE E. BROOKSPhone thoroughfare they are an DeLuna uptodateand street, and modern that cents per bundle.PANAMAISPanaxuas. and stram hats BUTLER & SIMMONS

firm; and have taken officesat cle 'ned..bleaehed and blocked by LAWYERS AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS
i 210 DeLuna St., and are expert workmen. Leave hats FreId. '
462' Fisher Building .
ready to serve the public in erIckson'e 'tailor shop; 34 S: 'Pal fbx CHIPLEY. FLA.
The investments we offer you here will bring you in that besides .
the building line. General St. 6maylm
the property will also increase in value. A good real estate invest contractingand -- -
ment is the safest thing in the world. HELP WANTED repair work a specialty, plans MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE :
and specifications furnished
with ei- .
4 houses all-ift i good condition on North "A" street renting for --- timates Mattresses made to order; old ones --

$2O. Five lots 'go with houses. A 13 per cent investment. .$1800 WANTED' Unmarried servant .to stay Johnson on Mgr.short, L. Redenback.notice. Jas.Asst M. renovated. New ticks fur lished. HOTELS. For Farm Tur'entine or

One house No. 711 North "P" street lot 42x150 feet; rents for on premises. Wages $15.00 per Mgr. Second hand furniture bought and *n.ftr.n.rW J- I Timber Lands
$5.00 per month; house in good condition, a 17 per cent. Investment month. !Apply 106 West Cervantes 8may gold. Upholstering and repairing gone. pay $2.50 per ,

.. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .$350 St. 22maylw: WANTED-Second 114 E.- Belmont St.- city; phone 771.DavisMfg. PARK when HOTEL-rWhy.can 'get.as good room I LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall
hand furniture
Three houses on East Romana street; all in good condition and Co., C. T. Davis, Mgr. day you In on or Address
WANTED girls to work in bottling bought and sold. Ring phone 754 and bed for oOc.( Coolest pace
good renters. Renting for $14 month 15 cent. investment I .
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per
; per
. . . '. .... '. '. .. .siiooFour i department of wholesale drtfs'house or call at 112 S. Tarragona St. H.-.C.. ,TAILORINGS. L. Diamond, TaUorGents' Pensacola, and you can go out block and from get Turner & Armard
i at once. (Apply Lewis & Co., 122 E. O'Hara. 2may want to eat. One
what you
houses on North Hayne street 'wiih'i2''lo't ; houses sold I clothing cleaned, pressed !and 2may Real Estate and Abstract Co.
under contract for 3200. bringing in $28 per month..230O Government St. 22maylt SURETY ON BONDS- -The American repaired on short notice. No. lift postoffice. P. 0. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs,Fla

One house and lot, No. 504 N. "G" street, house new and in good WANTED-Lady or gentleman of fair Surety Company, of New York is West Government St. Pensacola Fla SUMMER BOt\RDERS-The Hotel .
condition. Renting for $6 per month. .. ... .. . .. .$600 education to travel for firm of $250 prepared to execute at.this city with. Idee. ,ti Hyatt is now open for spring and summer ----
Two houses on the southwest corner of DeVilliers and Strong 000 capital.! Salary $1,072 per year, out delay Bonds and Undertakings required -' trade. People who wish to rest
streets. Renting for $14 per month. Good renters and in good rePair payable weekly. Expenses advanced. in the courts, and for the per' ./H. PORTER, sallmaker, 716 South and build up, ;the Hyatt is the place. $60

.. .. .. ... .. .. ...-..... .. .. ..,. '.. .. .. .. ....$1150. Address Geo. G. Clows, Pensacola,' formance- contracts. Wm. D. Howe, Palafox street Orders taken for Hotel Hyatt is the best and most up-I .
) Fla. 22may2t' attorney, 14% E. Government St tents, awnings, camp stools and house! to-date hotel north of Atlanta; beau Per lot buys 12 New City lot- nn ('"--.

SOME NICE HOMES.Six 2maylm. cots: etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan. tifully located; plenty to eat; good of the -hill. Will be worth wito! e :a

'-water'-: cool nights; perfectly short time.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY car- ANTED-All kinds or spring ;
rooms and hall cottage on East Gadsden street nice neg.} I penters, $2.50 to $3.50} wood turner, work. I sell all kinds of electrical electrical SHIP 1 CHANDLERS-McKinzle Oert- healthy; no mosquitoes; no malady; a $500 ,
borhcod, gas, bath, block from car line .. .. .. .. .. .$1800 I $3.25; ''blind sash and door foreman batteries and'other electrical ,ing & Co.. wholesale and retail ship home-like place torest: ; 87 miles Gets five North Hill lo<- "In')

North Hayne street, 7 room and hall cottage, close in, large lot, i I $4. All for Tampa; free transportations When you need me ring345 supplies.or 955. chandlers house of kind and in grocers city. *Fair only first-class to north of Atlanta on L..and-N. railroad.D. Spring St For short time only
every modern convenience good neighborhood .. .. . : prices all. Ellijay Ga. $600
$2500 from- any point; a year's work E. W. Peake. new Star Laundry building 3! Hyatt, Proprietor, ,
ON LITTLE BAYOU, 5 room and hall cottage, lot 100x140, front. i I guaranteed. Boat sails from :Mobile E. Garden.v! 15dec.I MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP- l&maylm. For two lots on E. Gads PD. n-Mf

lug on the water. House in fine' condition.. .. .. .. .. .... ..$1500 about Tuesday, 22nd inst. Our fees $5 I WllEe M3msProprietor.- furni-- ear line. Southern exposure exc- -
MILL INN-on front. Opens
I COURTs HOUSE DYEING. 'PreSSing OLD bay lent view of bay.
per man. Also want for other places ture repairing of 'a1! kinds, carpets
and
and Gleaning Clnb 212 -N.DeVillersSt June 1. Large, airy delightfully
,FishervilIe.Nice sawyers, filers, machinists, engineers, Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your pat. laid, furniture packed for shipping; cool. Good fishing, bathing and YAEGER
C. R.
millwrights, bookkeepers and stenog-- ronage solicited; satisfaction guaran Phone'" 63. Next to Tampa Landing. boating. First ,class table. On electric -
raphers. Act quick. Those for Tam- Careful attention KAprlL 15 minutes! ride from city.
building lots on the water and the car line from $175 to $SoD pa work better wire us, your expense. teed. gt'l'en' .ladI' car line No. 202 Theisen Bldg. Phone 686.
J No dust here, Nice cool and pleasant. Dots in the MAXENT American Registry Co. Mobile, Ala. garments. Phone' 1222/ Stet ,i CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. Regular 'boarders and transients.Mill -
Floats built to order. Horse shoe Terms reasopable. Address'Old.
TRACT West of 'C" also for sale. *
20maylw WANTED-We want orders
your foi ing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage Inn, Pensacola, Fla. 4may I
AN'IED--Good nurse. No small 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original FOR SALEAll
The Car Line is Going to Goulding We Are Told? children. :Apply at 619 N. Palafox. designs to select from. All Co. 27feb MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL-Clarkes-
Mayes Co. Pensacola. REGULAR HACK LINE-From Chip-
prices. Printing ,
20may. the mountains -:
ville, Ga. N sting! among kind of real estate for -ell;- "*
I If this! is true here are 10 lots on North Baylen street for $2500 that W.AN1'El-An experienced man for 16feb. ley; making connections with mail of North Georgia. An ideal place rent. North Hill and East H". Va'cant
for St. Andrews '
will bring $350 in a very.short time. They are beauties. Let us soda fountain and confectionerystore OLD HATS MADE NEW Panama: launch' points on bay. to rest. Scenery and climate unsur lots. Some very choice: -mes- .it
take you out to see them. etc. 'In good country town; and Straw hats cleaned, pressed Extra teams comfortable for traveling vehicles.men. Good passed. Beautiful walks and drives.I I good bargains for homes or !investment
horses Call
must be a hustler and of good habits. and'blocked. Panama 50c, straw hats on 365 feet piazzas. Accessible to many II
FOR RENT. Give reference. :Address L., 'care of 25c, felt hats 35c. Work guaranteed. 'or address-. C. Sinclair, Chipley' ,Fla. points of interest. No mosquitoes.. One large lot on R. R. good fa<"/). '
Pensacola Journal. 16maylw Victor Louis. 100 E. Intendencia. ;Telephone! \ No 74. 28apr Excellent :table. 19maylm lor warehouse site. One wau-r front

;, 222 North Spring 7 rooms, modern. .. .. .. ., .. .. .', ....$30.00 WANTED-Men and boys wanted to 24 aprlm* I lot that a purchaser could make M
900 East Jackson, 8 rooms, mOdern.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. 25.00 learn plumbing plastering brick BROWN HOUSE-DeFunlak Springs. mistake to buy. One 40-acre farm
806 N. DeVilliers, 6 rooms, modern.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 17.50 laying. Special offer life scholar. WANTED.-Electric work of ah kind. Board and Rooms.FOR Good beds, airy rooms, elegant I aIL oae: of 160 acres, both near Pea-

318.N. Spring, 5 rooms, modern. .. .. .. .. .. .. .: ?. .. .. 15.00 ship fifty dollars, easy payments; Let us clean your fens reair :your meals; free bath and sample rooms. sacola.
: 313 N. Alcaniz, 6 rooms. .. ... .. .. ... .. ,.. .. ... .. 15.00 position and union card guaranteed: dynamo, do jour wiring. etc. Paona RENT One or two newly furnished Special attention to traveling men.I Four choice brick busin., hon ."S
405( W. Chase, 4 rooms .. ... ... .. .. .. .. S. .. .. .. .. 10.65 free catalogue. Coyne Bros. Trade 570. Pensacola: Elsciric Co.. 235 S. front rooms; southern expos- Rates $2.00 per day. J. R. Brown,!I on Palafox St. for sale. Finp .n\-> '-

1015 N. Davis 4 rooms, bath.... .. .. .. .-. .. .. '* . 10.00 Schools New York, Chicago, St. Louis. Baylen. ure; with privilege of phone. Location Prop. i ment property. Few choice ffl-'*

1 1304 N. Davis. 4 rooms.. .. ... .. .. .... .. .. .. .. ...... 10.00 ISmayly.WANTED. WANTED.-The Merchants Transfer desirable. and near business center I for rent.
314 E. Intendencia, 4 rooms .... .., .... .. .. .. .. .. .. 10.00 Co. wants your moving and hauling. 422 W. Gregory. ISmaylwFURNISHED. HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES' Turpentine men all get ,i il'h anti f
1: 432 East Intendencia, 6rooms... .. .. .. .. ,. .. .. .. .*\. $10.00 I -Good cook. Apply at office All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor. -Before laying your carpet or matting have good turpentine businpsf>*
McDavid-Hyer Co.
431 Intendencia 6 .. 13may sen. Prop. Phone 978 ISJunclm ROOI! entral1y lo of old sale cheap. 15 crops boxes plenyround
East rooms .. .. .. .. .. .. .. mf $10.00 -- buy a supply newspapersto * 820 N. 6th Ave. 6 rooms. ...... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. [[ $10.00 ,I I WANTED-Everyone to know that' cated. Best rooms in the city; cool, put'underneath and protect it Only with boxes Umber lease on which \\ns!longer

111 N. Cevallos rooms.. ...... ... .. ,>( .. ... .. ... 8.00 I I The Journal has nice, clean gld papers SECOND-Highest HAND price CLOTHING paid for WANTED gents'clothing clean beds.' St. Apply 128% East 4maylm Government -five cents .a bundle at this office. Write or call good and.seven see year schedule: of

for sale cheap. Only five cents property.
only. Sell second hand goods. FERMLL.HOTEL-Sneads, Florida.
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR SALE. a bundle. Dress'suits for rent 9 E. Intendencia; THREE PLEASANT ROOMS to rentwith Rates $2.00 per. day. Nice rooms,

THE COLLECTION OF ,RENTS A SPECIALTY ., WANTED-A- good nurse. Apply C. WANTED-The"peoples'to know thatI privilege of light house keep, gc'jd beds, table the best. J. II. Fer- ". T. CRAWFORD
; H. Turner corner Strong and. Bay. don't want all the clock and watch lug 301 W. Chase. 3upr ell, Prop. 17aprH 3151/2 Couth Palafox Street
Sts. repair work in town, but just enoughto
len
8may
THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY keep me' busy. Drop me a card or NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for renton' .TEL VERNON-Rates $2 per day. ,
WANTED-First-class Barber for colored call at 600 E. Jackson. Geo. B. Ivy. North Hill car line; location "Special rate by week.. Special attention -

206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. PHONE 87 trade. Ring 1.010Ing: or ISmaylw* I very desirable. Apply 208 W. Gadsden to traveling men. Free sam FOR RENT _
call at Sylvester Campbell' Store,near street 25aprll pIe room. Mrs. J. P. Mauldin, Prop. C.-- WV -JWt '
.
WANTED 10 RENT OR BUY small "
FOR REm'-8 house -'n "* '
room
dummy depot, Warringlgn, Fla. \ ISapr. .
A -I-_ 24 apr!. cottage on water front. Either on PLEASANT place to board on North Apply at 812 12th St l) bay shore or on one of the bayous. Address H U. on car line. Address No. 8, HOTEL SOUTHERN-open all the --
-- --- ---- ---- -- ----v----- -- H. B., care Journal. 9mayWANTED.Hauling American and '"-?.
care.:JournaL 27mar year. European: plan. FOR RENT-Two story 8 room
WANTEDWANTED ana transfer Special summer rates. First-class in with gas, hot and cold watf'1 i .r'.I '!
: J-, j-j- work. Office phone 363; residence Old newspapers at five cents a bundleat 1 every respect. Pleasant and convenient other modern convenience \ '""*
( phone 390. Acosta & White, 22-28 N.; this office. They are all clean Mrs. T. '1",. Bowe, Prop., Pen or apply 41 E. Chase street. ". .i.'
I -To hear from some one and nice. sacola, Fla. -
Tarragona: St. 25nur. ISapr
A Home Savings I that wants a New International En- MATTRESSESRENOVATED- New FOR RENT-Elegant two-Ffo. r<* '
cyclopedia, cash or credit J. B. .
THE BROWN HOUSB-r-AJry rooms, dence, corner Strong and 8i> r r''': :y '
tick furnished if desired. Guaran.
I Waddell, Box 618, phone668. good beds. Free baths and sample '1111 '.'
: LOST C. H. Turner. '
OVER 10,000,000 AMERICAN PEOPLE PAY INDUSTRIAL INSUR-- !: l6may2wsWANTEDTo teed. Crapet taken'up and matting Apply to -
room. $2 per' day. Special attention
---.r.r ttL.r nnnnrhruwuJ-nJ- n.rrf.rtrw.rnn ,, '
if desired.
ANCE AND ARE PREPARED FOR THE EXPENSES OF SICKNESSAND laid Leave orders at traveling J. R.-Brown FOR RENT-Two very '; "- ;-a
LOST) OIR STRAYED: Bay mare, medium to men Prop.,
Green & Watson. Phone 193. 7mar "a" "I
I stores first floor of Mm
DEATH.American. buy one or two lots In sized. Branded with a cross on DeFunlak Springs. Fla. ISmarlm on "
good. locality and not too' far out. WANTED-To sell a lot of old papersat left fore shoulder. ,Wart on right ear. botel Corner Garden and Bar'
I State,price, terms and full particulars 5ca ''bundle. Apply at this'of Reward-or informaton: leading to herrecovery. CENTRAL HOTEL, CHIPLEY-op. Just completed and arrang..,i ,n fir-;
Life Insurance in first letter. Address A. M., care fice. They are all whole, clean and Apply 419. E. Intendencia depot Large and 'well lighted class shape. For terms, par "'"
Company Journal. 9may nice. St. 22may3t rooms. Free ample room. Meals at etc., apply Hooton & Watson4W;
1 all hours.. Special; attention
to traveling >l t'1
f iq
Is the only straight life, legal reserve company organized In Florida. WANTED-The public to know that WANTED-To buy old gold and silver mer. $2.00 per day. J. M. Tug- FOR RE.'iT-After May" 1. r"B x
we can do all kinds of. repairingfloat broken up stuff regardless of LOST-Mouse color (grey) cow May gle, Prop. 13marlm cottage at "All Bay. Ad ;
HOME OFFICE, TAMPA. CAPITAL STOCK $500dOO I building, horse shoeing, etc. J. sizes.; Cash paid. Lightman & Klein 17th from premises of Chas. Ahrens, 815, Pensacola. --"alr;
G. Welsh Carriage Co.- 27feb 106 E. Wright. Phone 1127. 32 east Romana St. Horn on left side CHIPLEY HOTEL-Carl Setterllnd. FOR RENT-Second story our !I.: .'
I ISSUES ENDOWMENT AND LIFE POLICIES FROM $50 TO $10,000 (SmJATiX. "WANTED D=-By middle I WAN'rED-All 'of .bent Liberal reward for return to Prop. Special attention to commercial denstruth's Jewelry store S ::1'ai.! '*
owners poultry to
aged lady, position as house keeperin i own'r.., 19maylw travelers. Free sample and bath sto '
for for offices sleeping quarters
Pensaoola Office: Brosnaham Building know that we are agents the eel- with
Large rooms
hotel private family or'boardinghouse ebrated Conkey's'poultrf Remedies rooms. good beds. age rooms. Lee Daniel] -* \
iiiii j-irriTTilMITr, rTMaffTWrnBTTF'Trnft'nffifT irmilTmi| irM iMiiiiii i. i
LOST or to care for the sickor young square ;:
Guaranteed to cure rupe cholera 2storyr.a2!
.. children. Address Mrs. H..J.. care ofThe'Journal gape and to kill fleas, Tee: and mites. back.enamel Reward on face for return and engraved Sol Cahn on& BAY HOTEI*-Opes, night and day. FOR 318 W.RENT Belmont-8-room Apply, to i.*"*
20maylw Also their wonderful producer. F. European plan. Rooms light and Apr-1':
egg
SAFES I SAFES I SAFES! SAFES 1 Co.'s store. 17may iLgraham. .;
WANTED.-The public to know that S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. 234. clean. Transient trade solicited. for
Buy Diebold Safes. old 'newspapers can,'be' bought at ISapr. :: 575-579 6. Palafox.. .Ju. S. Nlcolau A. R. BINGHAM has storage room other
from or
LOST-""Jersey cow, strayed rent suitable] for furniture
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Scarritt, Moreno, Agent. this office for five cents a bundle.. They' premises of Col.! T. V. Keseler on Prop.. goods, 104 and 106 South Tarragona
are all clean and nice. Bay Shore .Horns tipped with brass. St. Phone 630 !Ono'

NOTICE NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to exchanger NOW READY .Leberal. reward for return to owner. MO PHIN .cuRA WANTED.-Real Estate Tor sale or
lot on East HilL :'Address1 P. may73t Business
Your
APPLIED FOR rAt $2.00 PEI. rent lease or exchange.
PATENT B. L. Gladden. Is no longer in oui 0. Box 207. 30mar Sedan's Bath House LOST-Round gold brooch with 'dia. An infallible rem.d/for th.cur of Drug uw.HibiU I I I.C.of iH rw kindt respectfully solicited. J\I-

: all Druggists. employ., WANTED.-A. R. Bingham wanti Everything firs c1ass and mol d 'setting. Finder retprn to C., Sent for Hypodermic poctpiid at or$3 internal pq bottl uu/.Dtlt&Moiphina-Curt Chtm.Co.,M St prepared Louis son Real: Estate Agent 22% w. GOV.ernment .
I 4f MUS-QUIT-U MFG. CO.,' HOOTON & WATSON your moving and'hauling. .He cua I : H. C, Journal office and receive very For Salt in Peniaooli By street Room 7, 8alJsbaiYbuUdlng.

Jacksonville Fla. llmaylw. antees all breakage. Phone 630. up-to-date. liberal reward. 16may W. H. WHITE CO., Druggist Phone 172. !3janI

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'Naval Stores. '.

Savannah Ga., May 21-The nava]

Old stores market closed today as follows;: is a characteristic of nearly t ; .

WW, .... .. .. ..! 49ato50GN () '
; ,. '\VG.. .. .. .. ..'.. .. .. ... .4 90 all Beers, but is only one of the ::

.. .. .. ... .. '.. .. .. ... .4 85 essentials of Quality. ,.., -.
11.... ... ..... .... .. ....4 80 \ :

K. .... .. '.. .. .. .. .. ... .( 75I. ;

Quaker .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..( 60 '
0' H.. .. .. .. .. ... ... ... :.. .( 55 BUDWEISER

G.:.. .. .. .. .';A.. .. .. ....4 50 :

F:,. .. .. .. ". .':...,.. .4 40to4 45 .
E.. .. .. ; ; ... ....4 35

Rye D.. .. .. -.3; .1'. ..4 00 The King of Bottled Beers fl :

cave: both by conferring with ns C.. .. .. 80 to 385 ,
out to 'buy REAL ESTATE. See : Spirits Turpentine 58 to 59 cents. (
.-hr! is not only ,
,. aout, some of the following: : .; ,
S'"re; N. DeVillier street', renting AU8LEY & CO.'S REPORTS brewed from the very choicest materials obtainable :, .J.JBarl
fo" usa per year. .. ....$1500 Liverpool Cotton Market. r ;
from sound
North "C" street, cheap Mellow'with 010. y.Ma1t ,. thoroughly ripened j ( ,
on
,..House. . ,' .. .. .5600 = years. JaD..r.b.... ...............................8.72 grain, Hops of the finest quality and Yeast of special ?> -l i '-:; .
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East Ara'gon' street only '-Mar. 5.73 "
House on Smooth; rich,1, >ure and delight. xit April..y..r.......". culture. A beer of exquisite taste and delightful i .
.. . .... .. .. ..$650 .
_,.nl.tiny................-................ 6.odNayJaae flavor is the result. ,
e5 acres of good farming land a ................ ..
. .. .. .5100 fully stimulating. ; 5.68 ,
iaraiu at Jnn.Jtly ...."... 8.87 Budweiser is bottled only at the Home Plant. i ;
Four blocks in West King Tract, I .

earn . . .. -.. ..-. .$1000 .-*" .--r. July-Angus A paMinber.:...................... 6 5.89Septembet OT Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n +i. :

S\'t have numerous other proper -Oeteber .... 6.79 ----"
Time and ? St. Louis. U. S. A, .
tlt'; v ;hsied I with us and It would payyou money: spent to Ootober-NoYec1ber .:...". ;
-., consult us before making your XoremberDeeemberr.8.70 -
:
;are>- mt'nttv. make. you. want. ,'it< again >if l your ember-J- &nuArr .........6.71 A. MOOG Distributor.
% are in receipt of advices from LlYwpool Spote.618. Pensacola. :;

the! fire insurance companies "repre- order'1c .
sent! by us "That all losses In California Nsw York Cotton Market. Corked er Jim Capped ,1 .
Open High Low 0101
conflagration will be promptly .: .
;
pate,: and that THEY WILL CON. Phone IS, Lewis Bear & Co... January 1Q.8 10.67 10.51' 1 flNI! rE TO FURNfSH ABSOLUTE 401-408 v Palafax St.and 2-10 Main St, May 11.49 11.49 11.S1 11.82 i I
INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY Pensacola, Fla, July 11.20 11.20 11.05; 11.09
FIRE \S THEY HAVE DONE FOBAlMOST August 10.95 10.93 10.0 10.81
ONE HUNDRED YEARS: l Ootobw1062 10.63 10.51 10.5 i ---
: I December.16,64' :10.6i'10.M 105-
Protect your home and business ,
New York epots,11.90Wheat, McMillan Bros. Co.
agaInst loss by fire by insuring wl;hBCAMBU -s. I ,
U. Coronet. Old Tom and Dry Gin .
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.. Open High Low Clove ARE YOU; LIVING FROMHAND \
REALTY CO. i1 *f: 88Y
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Telephone 1052. .' Open* :; High Low Clot F
General agents for State, for Home NEW METHOD LAUNDRY Kat............ 8). 48}. 4 TO MOUTH ?

Life Insurance Co., of New York. July-. ......U7. ..8641 483
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PHONE 1186 E. W. LAWRENCE, Prop No. 8 WEST ROMANAST New York Stock Market MOBILE ALABAMA.

For Sale Pp-aBoatharnPftcifls close I

FOR.I" SALE-One Empire Candy Order Your Oopp................ 109 65% 10J3/65! Professional Directory Or are you wisely depositing a small portion of

Floss machine at a bargain. -Q.-I. A.B.R'... .,......... 1833 13SiAioh earnings in the bank thus making balance ..
Montgomery. L. B. 232 Marianna Fla. I ICE GOAL and WOOD ..............;..;........ 8Fy4 8,1f your your
16maylwJ'OR A.B.-... .........Utki 15431 grow larger and larger until it is large enough to tide
I from 'the B.B I......'.". 8SH &H! T G YATES M DOPTICIAN considerable stretch of enough to '
SALE-A lot ot old newspapers. over a adversity-or
I Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company. B.A 0 ...>'.. 107H< 107KKrle 1, ,
for
Put up in bundles convenient of that i
496a WA let take advantage any opportunity comes
tarrvtn;. Only five cents per bundle. Office-Corner Chase and Tarrasona. Phone 259. C.T.I............;. 4% CO you Your should be in
Apply this office._ -- ----- ---- 0.4..1...............:. 40% .4% 306 THIESEN BUILDING your way to better yourself. deposit

fOIl! SALE-500 good second hand -- TJ.8.,preferred...,,;........ 102.S 105" the First National, the big, strong bank, where it will
imrrels suitable for salting and pack S.8..,..........-.ir*<. 28M //SY
draw four cent interest compounded semi-annually.
ing fish and all other purposes. We 0000001000000010/001NON0000110iNNiN1100M/1101N L11. 1443 WM. D, HOWE per ,
tin. repair and sell all kinds of second Load....................... 78% 766 ,
Vucovich M.P.;; .;. 3.S! 113S ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW .
band: barrels. Cooperage ..+... No Sale
& COMPANY i M t. <
Co. 9 S. Alcaniz St. Phone 235; rest ] AiisiEY fy.pM..........;.-............ 180 160 14/2 EAST GOVERNMENT ST

deuce phone 591. ITmaylE If.Y.O ..:.i..r;.....;.... 139.i! 13934 I -

CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton &: P.O ........r,... No Sale
Watson have just received a large 1 : .,. 181% 1338iP BANK
supply of the latest city maps, showingall : COMMISSION, ,BROKERS, .. ... 167}$ 16SJ1$ Marine Grocery Co. FIRST NATIONAL

of the subdivisions. The"maps are B.I....... % i5 3 I
: ..... 37% 88 '
official) and down to date and arc I II INTENDENCIA STREET PENSACOLA FLA. B. 604, 606 60S. 610 S. Palafox St .
WEST
FLA.
T.CU........._. No Sale OF PENSACOLA
mounted on heavy linen. Regular, Penna.... ,,,..-,......0.'.. 132. 183 Phone 725.

price: $2.59; special price on lots of: U.f.......... _.... __ ....., 118 149 Ja..V.'Prand CwHiar.T .
five or*more to agents or real estate Private N Y. H 0 and C V. J. VIDAL Manager.We w.H. Esowirs.Pre s. W.K.HTBH. I
| Wires ; : Chicago. ; W"BHEST: and W N. ROBSRTS Asst.: Cashiers
men. Hooton & Watson._8may re Ausley &..Co."s DailyCotton Letter. DIRECTORS-?. C. Brent. W. A. Blount, IV, H. Know les, W. K. flyer Jr

1HJU! :ALl---Large: ice box, suitablefor I New York, May 21.Liverpool was will sell for ten days at less .D. G. Brent.

grocery store or market and | COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS I I again somewhat disappointing' this than cost: I' J E. -- "'" =_ --=->y.- "."" _I1I !1City ..
soda fount, with 20 syrup cups. All in morning while,spots were unchangedand 15c.
for
No. 2 Mackerel 2
condition. Will sell
good heap or. contracts one to two points higher .
exchange for other property. Apply i Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. ;tTlleNewYorktOhronicle'and Smoked Halibut (very fine) 10c
T. J. Bucey, 1021 Ninth avenue. New per pound.
!
7raaylm .I a fairly fay Blood Red Salmon lOc per lb. of Pensacola Improvement Bonds
Orleans Ficyung: report
FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire: t Reference: First Rational and Peoples Baaks, Phone 1173 | orable week forrcotton. Holland Herring (In kits) 60c per

hogs; best of breeding. Ask for 001.MOlMOOeoIO............++.+.*++.M....+..4++... Tie! general opinion on the government kitKaiser Denomination $1,000.00 Each.
catalogue. Carl Setterlind, "Chlpley, report one acreage on June 4th Herring (In tins) 45c per
1'11. II Is Inclined to be bearish l. many be- tin. Dated Jan11906. Maturing Jan. 1,1936. Redeemable Jan. 1,1926.

FOR SALE-Nice, clean old newspa For Sale I'.eving! it will show much larger percentage Salacine Sausage (imported) 25c Interest Payable Semi-Annually.

pers at five cents a bundle. This of WiII Double In of increase on the acreage per pound.

fice. FOR SAMr-22! foot. .gasoline launch J 5 than the recent reports from private We"have a fresh stock of imported We Offer For Sale These Bonds Subject to
There is a natural tendency
A. Brunet War sources.
H. P. engine W :Maccaroni Spagetti Italian Tomat
FOR SALE OR RENT -Two ]lighters,;
one with capacity for 75 thousand ft rington. 20maylw to increase acreage from year to year Paste, Greek Black Olives Artichoke Prior Sale, in Amount to
and the very satisfactory prices for Bread, Pilot Bread Italian HardTack
lumber the other thirty thousand Navy
pacity.' Rates reasonable, Also two ca FOR SALE Good-mule for sale. Leslie Value Inside the past few years would hardly per Boston Brown Bread. French Suit Purchaser.
mit of an anticipated decrease. The and
Caviar imported
R Brooks. 20mayJ\i Bread Russian
skiff: boats for sale cheap 22 ft. longS ,,
is never of a wholly satisfactory Sweet Oils.
crop French and Italian Invited.
Correspondence
ft. beams.
Telephone
or write.J. A
FOR SALE Wagon nearly new 3. character as the area is large ant full line of Frai
; the only
Chaffin & Co.. Milton. Fla. 25mai We carry
inch tires. Will sell for cash or or complaints: are, to be expected. Experience Leggett's and Dodson and Brown'' '
cis
PN THE HIGH L\ND-Ea.st Hill electric time. G. E.- Bredt,- cor. 9th Ave. and! of a Year teaches that nature is generally canned goods in the city. Gulf City; THE PEOPLES BANK OF PENSACOLA
car line, six lots 100 ft. front 12th SI 20maylw' more kind than reports Indi Coffee Co.'s "Oaxaca" Gol* Standard ,
ly 137 Jfc deep; corners $700. inside cate.' The summin'g up of the situa Daybreak Diamond Blend and Go!.

lots $600. There are no better situations FOR s.Uill-Second.: hand ,Columbia I That is what a great deal of real estate tion appears to show crop advices; den Rio Coffee for sale. They are alJ PENSACOLA, FLA.No. ,
than these lots. A. V. Clubok, ';wheel with 'C aSter brake/Apply in Pensacola is 'going to do and fairly favorable.'.and prices dispropor high grades and give perfect satisfac-

CST RECEIVED-Large snipment ol :904 N. Baylen., r' 20ma 2tWAN'IEITo some of it is in the following list;; t'.bnately.high: for the immediate out tion.
imported Olive Oil Retail by pint, "
.
I t Half .block in New City fronting look.On
gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso sell; a-fine pet mawing spurts new crop months seem t a 5603.
Catalonia .. ...
& Co., ship chandlers and' square. ? $750
( grocers 701 positions dangerousto
bird, one year old;; fine singer; state sale {he summer JOHN PFEIFFER, Assistant Cashier.
South Palafox. 4oct for such I Half block in East King: Tract In handle as an accumulated interest C.W, LAMAR.President.
what you are. willing to pay a I CLARA,Vice President and Cashier. J. W. ANDREWS, Assistant! Cashier.
JvOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Those bird. Address Mrs. ''Hattie Flournoy., settled, neighborhood .. .. ?$ QQ of anY magnitude makes them readilj Direct from Our Distillery to_YOU M. E.

wishing to make, a successful run ''IJlcfkhart. Ala ISmaylw One-fourth block on Toledo square susceptible to manipulation waerea: Saves Dealers' Profits

should supply themselves with a bot NewClty.. .. .. -. .. ? ..$800' if' the interest is limited they wil Prevents Adulteration THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
Ce of PLUTO. Now Is the season to FOR SALE-FIne piece of land close probably gravitate to the level of other "
I Lots on 11th and 12th avenues."NewY. I
prepare your stomach and live; to city. Phone 285 or call at 1102. month's.It OF PCNSHCOLA, FL 4.
at. .. .. ... .. .. .. ..$200
the
against all diseases. Pluto work to
will do it E. Gadsden. 19maylw is hard uphill fight HAYNERWHISKEY DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
For sale by all druggists and grocers, 200x132; feet on Fast Hill carline spot interests. Remember Price and I DESIGNATED

wholesale by Jas :McHugh. FOR SALE-Second "hand uprrghl' .. .... .. .. .. .$1250 McFadden locked homes once upon a I CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000.

-FOR SALE.-Improved and unimproved : piano in good condition. A bargain. .Lots in East King Tract or West time and the result was prices failed DIRECTORS.

property in all parts of the city. Apply 409 W. Garden St., 18may King Tract very cheap and on easy Today he -is In the spot businesse himself -
J. Wilson & Co.. Real Estate Agents, terms. Cznproved property in West and is making the fight along the J Henry L. Covington, Frank RelUy. F. E. Browner
FOR SALE-nSome good paying stock) same lines that MCFadden did and W. S. Rosasco, C, W. Lamar .
Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone King Tract netting 10 per cent; on.in J. {M. Pfeiffer
172. in western .ban .Wlll,.transfer for vestmentSee the result may be the same without Bryan Dunwody, T. F. MtGourln, J. R. Saunders,
23Jaa' good property if location Is suitable, Mr. Price at the other end of it. FULL QUARTS SQ.20 A. M. Avery, W. H. Milton, 0. E. Maura,
:AUTOMOBILES. am agent for the If interested address. H A. LEE,, us in regard to Lake View Hay. Good showers are reported from 4 EXPRESS CHARGES U W, U Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzie Oertlng,
Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos I Box 3, Pensacola: Fla. J6may2w< en Property. Prettiest place in New various sections where they are need WE PAY Alex MeGo"'ln, C. M> Covington, M. E. Clark.
from $500.00 up. They cost less than City and is on Bayou Texar. In plain sealed
a
will send
; to be increasing in the We you
NOTICE TO 'CANDIDATES-Those ed and seem for at }!.W, $3.00 tad $5.00 the year. Private departmentin
horses boxes rent
contents
show deposit
to keep up. They can be run I states where in case,with no marks to Safety .
la sand or anywhere a horse can go. I wishing 16 make a successful run. D. Hale Wilson & Co. ,Atlantic coast many FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES ol connection; ; for the convenience of customers.
drought remains un-
E. Brooks. I should supply themselves. with a bottle sections the yet HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE for
Leslie:: of PLUTO: Uow is the'season to Phone 234 15 South Palafox broken.It $3.20 and w will cay the express Four percent interest Paid on Time Deposits. tL
'OR) SALE-Ten new and second stomach and liver charges Try it,have your doctor test
second hand prepare your it,test It toy way you like. If you
office safes different
diseases Pluto will do it. to Cold.
all Neglect
against : Is Dangerous a and the purest
*!*-. best makes don't HIM!lUll fight
at bargain prices.
For sale by all druggists and grocers, Money to Loan. and best whiskey you ever -
hear it
Ecarritt Moreno office East Government __ How often do we remarked;:
wholesale by Jas McHug tasted", ship 1! back built -.'
St. 24marFfR "It's only a cold and a few days later $3.20
our expense and your T. B. WPJr,L1S.!: Vron-PwssiDiST.
Pa&StD"1'
"SALE-LA, fine piece of waterfront SALE Fine pot flowers MONEY TO LOAN-EverYbody borrows -' learn that th. man is on his back will be promptly! refunded. R.]K.31LTCNORElEN BUSHNFLL l3uuran. MAX8T1ELD 1 MORENO; ,A s..CUIIID
FOR
from Jno. A. This is of sucl ., (
money Hall &: with pneumonia.
property 50 feet front on West 1408 E.jGad.'den Sl or phone of
one
distfflery.
Apply
Government that a cold however At our Citizens National Bank
Whtu occurrence
Ife Co 16 E. street. common
Shore at the foot of Clubbs street, 853 6-rin'gs.: Mrs. J. J. Rogers. the largest and best
WI'I h a 4 room house, front and .back 3 y.l.m. in need call on us. 9feblmMONEYLOANED slight, should not be disregard equipped in the world we wt of Featcol, Florid.
Fa!',Ty, has a nice wharf about 250 ed. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy distal an average of 9,580galkas OlfilClOKS.QM.

fee long running put to .deep .water FOR SALE-Fine hotel site; best: sit on all kinds of per? counteracts .tendency" and of a cold tc of day.PURE. When WHISKEY yon w.Wright MorriiBe r. T.B.WeUes. Eix M. Robinson. L. Hilton Green.
pneumonia has a
lron the front gate. For a few dayson uation''in the city for 'a tourist h6- 'Eoaal. .property on short notice! -result in and extensive gainedits buy HAYNER WHISrKEY.itgoesMirectto 4 GENERAL ffd.Vfff/VO/ BUSINESS TRANSACTED
it will be ojered; at'only. $1500 tel.;)30 feet fronting south-by 112'teet Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. great oppularity you aslSrilE

cash. Apply to Jos. I. Johnson; at t deep_on.East Government s re.et. overlooking Roman: Phone J165: jfeb sale by its prompt cures It always of .this most from our distillery thus --bn5TSSj.jf ." ___.-4
common.ailment cures
1. of perfect
Friedman & CO.'R store. 5may Seville square and Adams assuring you
"FOR view of Pensacola MONEY TO LEND-On good'real estate and is pleasant to take. For sale by purity and saying yon the
SALE. LEASE OR'RE. T- street with open dealers' big profits. HAYKRR -
Houses on water front at Little BaUQU bay 510tOOO will buy: the_ property.: security, or on good collateral all druggists. WHISKEY is prescribed R Ar.Cary, J.aNa..er.
Leslie E. Etca
rates.
Brooks,
at lowest and C. :
doctors a
near car line. Good bargains.Apply 1apr, by Pns. .
to Phillip Hannah Little Bayou. w.urrED-'To loan,money on your Fisher building. 11jqMONEY.LOANED' PURCHASE BARBER SHOP used in hospitals and by half a minion sat. Whol.s.le and Retail Denier i ..
YOU should
SaiaySw: Jewelry- and personal effects. COLLINS\ AND PONS (isfied customers. That's why
watches. Anthracite
on all kinds of Steam Domestic
fXR-) Highezt-cash.price for old gold property on short notice.personal Pensacola, Fla., May 14. 1906.We' It.W51TC OT/B SXAEEET OfTICS COAL
SALE-Three
yoke of oxen .and end Blacksmith
silver. J, ghtman .&:'Klein. 106 E. this day sold to Boos Pens
and have DISTILLING CO.
Terms easy. J. W. Bullard, upstair HAYNER
cart THE
og ; good team in good condion PhoaeMJ27. Offlcs-No. 43 South; Palafox street Telephone 93. 6
the
and working day Price wright: 28% ,South Palafox St. Phone. 114|> and Clarence Collins barber shop GA DAYTON 0. .
every ATlANTA.
clean, old newspa owned by Bauer & Matthewswfcich Yard corner Tarragona and Gonzalez _str?_ ta. Phone 6 and 372 |!
1300 Call on or write J. A; Chaffin & FOR SALEr-Niee, BOOT formerly ST. LOUIS, MO. ST .PAUL.MNM.OJod : .
.f.I! ;: -=a '
homeor J'o. ii- !U1! :::
May 1st ,
and useful| at' purchased .Idabo.MolI'Noy.
Co. )ll1ton, Fla. pers. All whole we N for Arll.C&1""Co1. .
29aprlmPQa .
.. Cuh, W.b. or Wyo. mast bon
cents FURNITURE CO. XtiOn ,
Only five per SOLOMON N.
store ;;PaL
in UNLIMITED W.oo byElPlLo
amount ot
your money to 10&1on tILe -
ULady's saddle, extra gruTOtor$14.. &Iitm raariut.DismuBT.
the undersigned are continuingto PAID, so by t
"We or
of
bundle. all kinds personal property.
Ioodfine; Shepherd 'ddg; also shop in first-class style .TKOT, O. ESTABLISHED 1866.
to run this for The JournalI
P. rates business Subscribe
of appreciate a 4a1LCOLLLNS :909 Capital$00,000,00
'will
Inv cheap. Apply to loans. The New York Loan Co., 2QC>4 and
tOnal". Address 1102 East Gads- boiler. Will sell .
Leu.udr113AprU South Palafox. .-i;. &; PONS.
ten St., or phone 285. 9may New Method..

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Tidings of joy are foreign to the
hearts and wishes of the'fans of Birmingham ; '. TR N FE
F as the Barons dropped the
seventh straight 'game yesterday and L
Men that too, to the despised tailenders, I
t .. Little Rock. The news must be somewhat -
humiliating to Roberts' and the Following Is a list,of the deeds recorded
rest of the newspaper bunch in the city yesterday ,reported. by the afp uPay
which stands for an ingrate like
Nothing Is more Impor- Vaughan. Pensacola Abstract Co;:' c:
W. H. Smith by Sheriff to'Gee. W.
tant in men's dress than Shreveport met with a surprise par. V(
ty in Nashville. Mike Finn's bunch Pryor, SW% of the NS& and'.the N&
their Shoes and Hat. trimmed the league leaders and hand- of the SBV4, Sec..28,'f,2. N..of.R. 31 c:=
W. Also certain of land sit zY
there's where we can ed them trimmings with goose-eggs parcels' ..
hanging on the outside. In fact Nashville bated SB% of NiWr/4 of Sec. 2, T. 1 N. a
serve you to advantage. of R. 31 W. at f
was always hard for that Pirate commencing at a point ,'
We have Hats for every bunch. Gilks' crew 'likely' to get in the SW comer of the' Depot ground, '* i '
thence N. 35 ft., Uience, W., 140. fW
head and a Shoe for every the games running and put during the the trimmings three remining to the I thence S. 50 ft., thence'' E. 140 ft, For common beer usually-willbuy! t

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foot-the newest most : men from the Cumberland. Poor old thence N. 15 ft. to point'' of ining. ; .
Montgomery got it in the neck In New $150.
stylish and dependablekinds. Orleans. It must have been a "lovely" W. A. William to 'Mrs., Elizabeth :
game as the feminines fan would say Tollar, commencing .atp,. point 21,87 Schlitz beer, tif you ask for it... : The purity .
I & to 8. Evidently plenty of fireworkswere chains'S, and 6.33 chains: > '/ Y. of , Straw Hats. ........ .75c to $5 on hand. halt Sec. post on the S. line of S 1C. .

Panamas ? .$6.50, $8,50, $10 Atlanta put a crimp in the aspirations 15, T. 3, N. of R. 31 W., thence W. .. .nothing it costs 'us more- than
costs yet
: of !Memphis for successive vic 6.34 chains, thence S. 7.90 chains, you .
Shoes..2.50, $3.50, $4, $5.50 $5.50 ,
tories by handing out a defeat to thence E. 6.34 chains, 'thence N, 7.90 ,- ,
Reliable Socks.... .15 and 25c Babb's men after ten innings of play. chains to point of beginning, contain \ :. -' ,
The two leaders in the National lea. ing 5 acres and being 'in Sec. 15; T. half the-costof"our b .i / ; .
gue, Chicago and New York, are tangled 3, N. of R.-31 W., ?200. 1 I. .- :'' (j ; N
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up. New York won yesterday, M. T. Penfton to Julius Johnson, 90 -- ? ::. .v .I'. \
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but( before nearly thirty thousand spectators ft by 90 ft. of the.$!W corner of lot I r ,{.
Chicago captured the opening 5, and being in the CoUin Grant, $40. men't "
battle Sunday. In the American league A, H. D'Alemberte' J. W. Balkom, .
John White : j
The the winning streak of Philadelphiawas lots 3 and 4: in block 85, W. King Trt.
Purity
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stopped by Cleveland after thirteen $125. .
Phone innings of play. Boston in the :A. H. D'Alemberte to J. A. Fontaine
Store same league suffered her seventeenth lots 1 and 2 in block 85W. King Trt., 1
225. successive defeatSTANDINGJND $126.Henry from germs. It means a clean beer, filtered .
M Yonge and J. Wallace Lamar .
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205-207'. PAALFOX ST. RESULTS to Everett S. Chandler, lots 1atid 4

15.' in block 193, New City Tract, .
$4-25. .5: l1i.d sterilized. It. means an aged beer -. 1

'J Southern League. >A. 'Fisher to Jno..E Maxwell,lots x t ... <4
Won Lost Pct. 8, 9 and 10 in block 73 of> the W. King -

Shreveport... .. .. .22 8 733 Tract of Belmont Numbering, also i it biliousness. .
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New Orleans. .. .. ..20 9 90 lot 6 in block 18, New City Tract, $I! ;aged until cannot cause ,
:Memphis.:. ... ..' ...19 11 633 and other considerations. I : ;, a' Its I

Birmingham.. ....18 17 514 .
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Atlanta. .. .. .. ...16 16 500 *' t' *Vf r *' f'" .'T' .---.- 'r' ;--".*. "' ,* Th' -a.* 'wh i. '
Montgomery .. .. .ill 19 367 Do Not be Imposed Upon. ; s, "- *---.iv.. ". T-S-V- :\.%...j 4V at

NashvilLe. .. .. ? ?11 23 324 Foley & Co., Chicago,. originated Ask for the Brewery Bottling. >*f'l:: ;;. : J Vi1 ..,1..
Little Rock ? ......-8 22 267 Honey and Tar as a throat" and lun'gremedy Common beer is sometimes *"'. t ..
substituted for Schlitz. *
and on account of the great Sfliii7 b
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey To avoid that the cork is branded _( e r.
Yesterday's Result and Tar, many imitations are offered being imposed upon, see or crown. ,:;:-.r < ,

Atlanta 4, Memphis 3 ((10 innigs.) for the genuine. These worthless imItations ,.. J..f.a.r'..' '
New Orleans 9, Montgomery 8. have similar' '
sounding names. t.
Little Rock 4, Birmingham 2. Beware of them. The genuine Foley'a t ;, ..f m e.. an.s .
THE GREAT FOX Nashville 2, Shreveport 0. Honey and Tar is in a yellow pack' .-:". ..V. .
age. Ask for it and. reluse any'sub. -
Made in visible and invisible. Has South Atlantic League. stitute. It is the best- remedy tocoughs r, to
every point of merit any business man Won Lost Pet and colds. For sale by W. A.I you i if ir

could desire. Light running, Augusta .. .. .. ...22 8 733 D'Alemberte.
correctness and Is speed'i
anteed to do the best durability.class of Macon .. .. .. .15 15 500 -'- t
four All and repalr-j r Charleston.. .. -.... .14 15 483 H: Didn't Go Up. 1
ing done years.free for cleaning two years. The Fox!, Columbia .. .. ,....14 16 4'':7 H. A. Buck was calling on Professor fi
JacksonvIlle.. ..
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has been tested and accepted by hundreds ? .13 16 443 Jenks of Cornell at the St.
Savannah. ,. .. ... 13 18 419 f.
of thousands the best
as being Francis hotel the other day: says the 'III ',., .' \
machine. Will be sent on trial free of '"
charge. Call on or write to Yesterday's Result." San Francisco Chronicle. They were I .. -. -> Phone 16 "- \
Augusta 2. Charleston exchanging raillery and becloudingthe I r :_ "
1. .j. The Lewis Bear Co. .
F. B. BRUCE Columbia 4. Jacksonville' 2. ambient atmosphere wiJj| [')much 1": :' .!Main sad' Palafax Sts.;Pensacpla> (
Savannah 2, Macon 0. smoke when 'a br'ass buttoned bellboy L. : :_ ., {
i. :' -5. :: "J t<
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA cur short their banter hanging f .. \R J
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National League. the Cornell professor a card. t S. .. ;? : ; ; .
Won Lost Pet "Pardon me a moment, Harry,'" : T'h B..ee r'3 j jb6J
Chicago.. .. .. .....22 10 688 said Professor Jenks he I
vVOODAll as proceeded
4'
:New York . ....24 12 67
to read an inscription on the f
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kinds that you want Pittsburg Philadelphia..20. .. .. ....:17 13 14 557 588 card. It read: l: I

St. Louis.. .. ? ....14 18 438 "Some years ago on the occasion rvtil'waukee
Boston. .. .. ..' ..13 17 433 of a visit to Alaska I enjoyed the ] tM de' famt 5a'

OAK AND PINEcheaper Cincinnati Brooklyn .... ..? .'.. ..,.14 9 25 20412< 265 pleasure would of be meeting deeply your sensible father of, 'the andI '

: than you can buyIt _
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privilege and honor of shaking % J .;l S' '- '
anywhere. Any size you Yesterday's Result. bands with his ,.:,.;,.,;, -_- -


want.C SEWEll Cincinnati New Philadelphia York 6 6,,1'Brooklyn,Chicago St. Louis 4.4. 0. up"How this old eard was?son."the asked maifthat Professor sent i 9HIPP1N.Q1\ NES Over 41 Million Dollars Paid to Policy Holders Money Saved

Pittsburg 8. Boston 0. Jerks of the bellboy.
t "About o-"l is money made, and, owing to the la'a'
Phone 614. thirty, sirsaid the bell Cleared:{ ;- By'The Equitable .
American League. boy. ; Opera, Nor bk, 1121t;,Larssen, for !t shipments of clothing this season.
-- Won A clouded brow'of Bahia have decided to all suits in stoc'sI
Lost the 7S2JOOO; sell
----- -- Pet thought Blanca, with. ft sawn During the year 1905, nearly nineteen.millions! being for
Philadelphia.. .... I
20 .
? 8 714 President Eoosevelt's lumber. fExmoor at
Florida and Alabama representativefor death claims alone :while nearly seven millions dollars
Cleveland. .. .
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18 ,
10 65 Br .ss.1297.;. tonehouse.for
a moment; then.he wrote something was pad to policy holders in dividends during.the same
(Detroit ? ? ? ..15 13 53:7i Rotterdam and. Hamburg, with 1,084- !
i. LAND COMPANY New York. . .. .14 13 515 on the back of the card and .000 ft. sawn lumber. i year. Send us your name, age and;address Greatly Reduced Prices,

Chicago . .. .. ..14 14 500 handed it back to the bellboy. The I Annie Kimball, Am sch, 337 Sweet-' Insurance I
Manufacturers of St- Louis. .. .. ..14 15 483 something on the back of the card land, for Fall River, (Mass., with 208, Knowles Dro' Gen 1 A;t t3 Stock too large to make special men

and Dealers in Washington .. .. .. 13 15 464 read: 000 s ft. lumber. Fire, Life. pensacola tion of each price, but, just
LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN.GlES Boston ? .. .. ..'.. 8 23 258Yesterdav's "Jly father died Trident, Br ss,' 2036, -Innes. for
' thirty-seven .
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AND KILN-DRIED SAP. 1 Buenos Ayres, with 700 tons coal forship's .D J'I """ "" ; =-r' .
' 4. years. ago. .If_ you. -have- any other use Take a Lookand
Result.
-----'- gooa reason for wishing to.see me I Sailed. .; .

Washington 9. St. Louis 1. i should be pleased to have yon come. Ophelia, Nor bk, Baha Blanca. NOONOIIIN43101N0111010NN1010NOONIN4.........4PANAOQLiA .you will readily see where"i I Icati'
Cleveland 2, Philadelphia 1 (13 innings up." Annie Kimball Am. sch, Fall River, ', o Save money. My windows .w\(
). Mass. you latest arrivals in Und'rw-a.,
' k Detroit Boston 1. Iron Works and Supply Co. I Shirts, Shoes awl Hats, in in*' :* ?;
: You're Not Chicago 7, New York 6. VESSELS IN PORT. grades and latest styles, and ca
s I InOPE'DRIPPNGSI Pennywise on Steamships.Capenor Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, 1 save you money on everything w**
Br ss Luke 1651, Porto,>> + FORGINGS, MILL AND. STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP f able.JOSICOLEMAN.
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T Paint= Prayo, to Rix M. Robinson. J REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. -Prompt attention given toll- orders; *
: Clematis, Belgian ss, 2267, Leenaers,. day or night. Agents for James McKay & Co.' celebrated Log. ;and XY
Well Drassed Antwerp, to ,S. P. Shotter & Co. I Timber Dogs, also chains of all descriptions.! "Oflce" phone 123. Residence v
Charles E. Jones, Ing Exmoor, Br ss Storehouse, 2297,II I phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123. PHIL WlTTMAN, Mgr. 01
Biloxi, Miss., team is manager anxious to of hear the Madiera to Hyer Bros. I I .....,... .. ...............Ia/tNNNNN00100N00N0 0
Gracia, Span Ruiz 2122, Port ,
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from some team in this cty: with a ss -'
UnlessYou'reWell view of arranging a game. PatNtf Tampa to Gulf Transit Co. ,. -. : !
The K. K. K. and Pensacola r cosT Ida, Span ss 2267. Liverpool to S. .
High
School teams P. Shotter & Co. WANTED .
meet at Palmetto
Beach .
: Kirkwood, Br ss 1952, Tulloch, Rio .
Friday afternoon. The of
cost use' Janeiro to & Co. _
Keyser Just
Shod Pensacola and Fort Barrancas will the paint, be ///S?/U good or bad, Louise Ger j
ss 1480, Bohndorf, Antwerp
again engage in combat and fight for is the minor.. / f= I portion of a bill I
I supremacy at the ,Fort next Sunday. for painting.A It is the paint Teodoro to J. de Schreyer.Larrlnaga, Br ss, Carroll Wanted-By a man in ill health "any old kind" of life

I Boston fans are extremelv sore at er's time in Xr. putting it on 2998, Manchester to Gulf Transit insurance 'that willofferprotection to his family after his death L Received
The dressing of the feet is as : the Boston :Americans.. Col'ins' team that costs. The outlay for paint is rarely 1 /; Company ?

Imperative body. as that of the heador has not won In so long that Senator morethanafourth.nevermoretb'anathirdV A little personal attention to the paint t Verbena, Br. ss. 1504, Mann, Norfolk which will occur soon. Address "Procrastinafor: Aroundthe
Lodge Is even ':a warmer propositionthan .
to H. Baars & Co.
the your painter uses will save you the neces Corner. ,
time
Nothing detracts more from one World's Champions. sity of hiring him so often. Ships.Canara -
the appearance that poorly Swann, who was with Shereveport ItL! ship, 1495, Repetts Genoa Take a policy in the Union Central Life :while you can.
in Red Seal Pure
1905 is White
pitching wonderful
for Kansas .
dressed feet. to Master.Harvest
City in the" American Lead (made ty the Black and Grey Undressed
Association.
Queen, Brit ,
ship Fcrsyth
B. WILLIAMS General
Old ,
The easiest way to have the A case of playing ball for the love of Dutch Process) Rio Janiero to order. Agent.Contrast '

'feet properly shod 'is to bring the game with him. His parents are -- Linseed mixed with Oil and Pure Barks. : Kid Blucher

them to us. wealthy residents of Tyler Texas. properly applied Antigua, Nor bk 1348, Ferguson, -_.. ".p- -
4 Umpire Matthews of the South At- New Orleans to A. Zelius. I
lasts N141N1N1NINN000NNONOONOONINOIP1141111e Oxfords Ribbon Ties,
next time many ,
The you need footwear -
leave lantic league is considered the best indicator ear. Mixtures '% Dharwar, Sweed bk., 1271, Olssen,
it to
Just their your feet. handler \in that organlzat'on. o,unknown ingredients { Rio Janeiro to H. H. Boyer. .1i.
will find
They store and into a pair way of to our our Matthews is an educated man beinga last from one King Malcolm, It bk Gufi, 1233, G Cuban Heels:
famous graduate,of Alabama and Princeton year to three, according to the proportions l.oa to Huges & Co. :
universities. In the winter: he does of real paint (White Lead) they Luis ItaL bk. 1591, Montano. from I The Latest Style-
$3.50 OXFORDS.All newspaper work: -He likes baseball, have in them. Some mixtures have almostno Noljotb. to master. n i ifi
which explains his umpire work. White Lead, and consequently almostno Lake,Erie,.Itl bk., 928. Efigan, Bas- i.. .. dome
value as faint. sent to Master. ,. take a. look at
: leathers, all styles: Given up to Die. Skilled labor and poor material are a Port Sonoclan, Uruguay bk, 111?,1 If You Please "< :: '. '.;; >'. : :1;

most expensive combination. In using Ferres, Mentevldeo to German Amen$ j I', 1" them
'
i Pure White Lead you get full value for the can Lbr. Co. .. ,
/ B. Spiegel J204 N. Virginia St., :
Evansville Ind., writes: "For over ,painter's Bend for s time.booklet coliWalaa; enwaI. Paalo Angelo, ItaUbk 1136, Bezio. The.overheated kitchen, the dingy coal{tcutlle, :wood box' < j:
JWUIOIIIII $3.50Boston
the years I was troubled with kidney reproduC\lolII ot actll&l.holl6e&, offering nlD&b1e Precursore, Ital bk,: hiamno, 1503, : ; and .ash pans withthe handsome and/compact.gas range < !;
.UfiMtiODII for a color .
and bladder affections which causedme houa*. A k for paint) 'pm".he..e}.4110 tD paining. 1a i Genoa to Rosasco Bros.' -1 "- where the wood boa; coal.-bncket-andlh,.pain-are .n- -< 11:I
I' much pain and worry. I lost flesi NATIONAL ULuTcOMPANY Rebecca Crowell Am bk 491, Daw)! *" known, and you have a fa'nt idea of the stony advantage \ :
H. O. ANSON Clark A vena.cod Porto Rico to J. I. Kelly & Co. Z J
and was all run down, and a year ago lOtH Strett,St Louts,Mo. gained by ?
had to abandon work entirely. I had Sterling] Nor bk, Bllepsen, Labfta .
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: of the best physicians Bay to order. With Gas.Pensacoia .
three who did Cooking I IIf
t'' CASH ClOTHIE.q me no good and I was practically given Schoorters. l' ; .
up to die. Foley's Kidney Cure Annie M. Brit schr. 397 Carter, ,
Mantos to J.. A. Merritt & Co., Gas CompanyPhone
recommended and first
was the bottle i
Corner PZlfClIDd IIZD.! gave me great relief, and after takingthe L. Donna Christina,. Am sch, SfcLeod. Shoe Store
1 I second bottle I was entirely cur 165 Cardenas. .* II 148. 24 and 27':E.; 'GardenStreet. ?
S. G. Haskill, Am, sch 565' Staples ,
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ed. For sale by W A. D'Alemberte. : i. iNNftNNN00N I I\
FOR SALE ST. j
BY ALL DEALERS 117 S. PALAFOX
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