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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 23, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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FILIBUSTERINS. EXPLOSION. OF STEAM J! HOME[ MISSION; N Will. M. :: EXTEND f RAILWAY* *. STOCK T K UW w AS s si I rC.,. :[


PIPE INJURES SCORE LINE ; INTO flO'RIDAto


CONTINUED[ IN 8 BOARD R N NOT T i ARGUED C [D 8Y'1 '


Roof of,"'Newi ., ork Glucose Go's. Plant Baltimore SyndicateRoads Consolidate Small



HOUSE[ Blown. Off and Ruins Caught Fire- GUILTY \ Into 7 run k Line Connecting CiTIZENS[ : J i



Sailors from, Truxtun. Render Aid.By Augusta Ga. a)id Madison Fla. .,II.j t ,j


Mild Attack on Consular Bill Made Associated Press wreckage caught fire. The confusion Southern Presbyterians r Deny that t tI City Council Committee Hears 1F
By Associated Press consolidate under the name of Georgia .
Gardner and New York, May 22-A: score of men led to reports of many killed.employed I'I I Baltimore, May 22. The bankin;g and Florida Railway. Connecting '
b by Messrs. (Michael Russell a driver, died from'\ Financial Inducements Were Views Both Pro and Con Regarding
in the engine room of the ''I firm of Middendorff, Williams & Company links are planned which when built,
the effects of his injuries. There'
Williams. New York Glucose Company at Shady. Offered for announced today that a syndiCate will extend the road from Augusta !
from Cage to
were many narrow escapes Measure.
organized by that firm ,the Inter Georgia to Madison Florida. They Proposed
side N. J.. across the !Hudson river death, The work of rescue was help-j
national Trust Company, of this cit roads already purchased are the
from Ninth street, were injured today ed by sailors_ from the United States .i'tit
'' and John L. Williams & Sons, of Rich Douglass, Augusta and Gulf, Millen
by the explosion of a. big steam which'The
pIpe torpedo 'boat' destroyer Truxtu,
THE BURTON CASE roof was blown off and the was lying near. NORTHERN CHURCHRefused mond, had consummated the purchaseof and Southewestern, Augusta and Florida NOT AN INJUSTICE ,:.j:1-;
six short railroads in Georgia am d I Nashville and Sparks, Valdosta 's i'i'r .

I Florida having a total length of aboul t Southern and the Midvale Swains- 1"( '
230 miles, which it is purposed t() bore and Red :Bluff 1 f' i
Government Has Jurisdiction f fO. !

To Be Considered by Committee to Appoint.a Committee Ordinance If Passed, Will Protect : .


on Privileges and Elections.POST Over Export Freight RatesBy to Investigate. W. Voliva Prohibited from All Citizens. .i j l ,"


Disposing of Zion's Assets :
Associated Press try, and of particular weight now, r t
MAY COMMITTEE REPORT ON CL06-
AT CONSTANTINOPLE > ITS ADOPTION STRONGLY URGED
Kansas City, :May 22.: The demurrer because It tends to destroy the con-!; _, '.
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BE RAISED FROM LEGATION TO of,,.the (Burlington Railroad, denytention of railroads that export rates,. ER RELATIONS MADE: SPECIAL BY COMMITTEE REPRESENTING i j.
Press. the dissolution
By Associated in the state court, of
the federal not It .
ing the jurisdiction ot.o need be made public. means,
i ORDE1R. OF BUSINESS FOR TODAY (Chicago, May-;22.Judge Landis, lathe : an order to prevent Voliva from in. ;
EMBASSY IN ORDER THAT REP- government in export' freight rates, also that the Burlington ana'' other'was j THOSE WHO FAVOR THE MEASURE t
federal court to-day Issued a re- terferring with Dowie. An order de- ,
overruled in !'thefederal court railroad corporations and persons in- J
HERESY CASEDR CALDWELL
RESENTATIVE OF UNITED : I straXagder against W. G. Voliva daring Dowie individually insolver.t -WK.L MAKE '
bere'l day. The decision: is of great dieted here last December must REPORT TO : ;
Importance" to railways and shipping stand trial on the charge of accept' BROUGHT JJP TO DETER and his agents prohibiting them from was entered, but not effective until
STATES MAY! NOT BE HANDICAPPED of the assets of Zion to-morrow because of the
sections rebates. disposing City some creditors CITY COUNCIL AT TONIGHT'S
interests in all of the coun ing ,
MINE ACTION.By and against Voliva's counsel enjoin- desire to test Dowie's insol "
IN NEGOTIATIONS.By ing them from attempting to secure 'vency. MEETING. :


Thousands Beg,for Life of Associated Press.
'Des Moines, May 22.The= Presbyterian -
Associated Press voted MECKLENBURG The ordinance committee of the dty

John leader'Washington Sharp Representative Williams, May 22.-Assisted, Gardner the minority led by amid The Murderer of Mabel Page ; the draft appointment a general plan consolidating assembly of a 'committee to-day all boardsof to DECLARATIONONE SENTENCES[ [ [ A [ council office met yesterday;n Chairman afternoon D"Alenberte's and> ;:'

the Presbyterian church into one !
In the house today listened to a discussion of the pro- < ;
filibuster; should union be effected
organization
against the consular bill Eventuallythe By Associated Press tence of Charles L. Tucker for the with the Cumberland Presbyterian posed stock ordinance which is to -. .

smoke of battle cleared UP and Boston, May 22.-A petition more March murder 1904.of Mable It Page is understood at Weston Governor In chuch, such board to be divided into HUNDRED AND FIRST ANNI. IMPOSED[ BYCOURT come before the city council tonight ,

speeches were made on a variety of than a mile long and containing; more Guild will not consider the executive, legislative ana' judicial de for consideration. The ordinance baa
subjects.; VERSARY CELEBRATED AT '
than one hundred and fifteen thou memoral until the superior court partments.The been considerably: modified since 'be
I assembly to-day received a
WILL CONS'DER CASE sand names was sent to Governor passes upon the new evidence which telegram from assembly of the: CHARLOTTE, N. C. ing presented to the council by the

OF SENATOR BURTON I Guild to-day asking him to commute Tucker's attorneys claim has been southern Presbyterians,' at Greenville Chamber' of Commerce, but some of

I, to life imprisonment the death sen discovered. I IREVI i' accusing the Home Mission Board of \ the cow-owners in the city are still

Washington: May 22.-The senate the northern church, 'Vith offering By Associated Press. opposed to it.The

devoted the greater part of today to 'southern societies financial aid to Charlotte, N. C., May 22.-An im Urn its.Ut ,

consideration of the immigration! bill, NEGRO LYNCHED i I change to the northern church. The crowd joined in celebrating is proposed by this ordinance to
speeches being made! by Senators Dll!. northern church replied. by telegramthat mense extend the stock limits to Bayou Tex- ,
R [ 'JACKSON K N 1
lingham, McCreary, Bacon, Scott Patterson IN LOUISIANA : the Home Boardwas guilty.' of i the one hundred and first anniversarjof ; Judge Beegs Metes Out Justice ar on the east nearly to the city limits :. I

and others and the bill"was un- no such action and refused to, appoint the signing of the Mecklenburg on the north, and to "C" street on the

der consideration when adjournment: 4 _____ I a committee to investigate, as declaration of independence.A .1 to Jones and James, west, prohibiting stock from running
1 1hreveport
was talten. By Associated PreSs |asked. long parade of soldiers, confect at large within that boundary and

Previous to taking up the bill, the REIMS[ ,-Jlay '22.-Toin.JacksonJ.. ..:....:. .. ... :. .-:. .' .rate veterans and 'citizens was held Negroes providing penalties for noncompliance f
senate adopted a resolution directingthe who was arrested for robbing a white PROCEEDINGS' OF -THEGREENVILLE { with its provisions. It is not '
committee on privileges and elections boy of one dollar, was lynched at ASSEMBLY this morning.In In the aft rri ondrm proposed to prevent people from own.
La., twelve miles north of ing by United States troops and a
to consider the course to be followed Blanchard, Ing and keeping stock within those
In the case of Senator Burton. here today. The negro's body, rid-' Greenville, S. C., May( 22. Proceedings marine band concert Interested the Bud Jones and Jesse James, negroes limits, but simply to prevent them

I I T THANKS died with bullets, was found in a field in the general assembly of the fifteen thousand people.1Repreeentative were yesterday adjudged guilty from allowing the stock to run at.large

CONSTANTINOPLE MAYBE near where he had been arrested. southern Presbyterians this morningwas ( Champ Clark will.1 of assault with intent to murder. and destroy other people's property.
I deliver an address to-morrow on I
MADE AN EMBASSY given to reports of committeeson "United, States of America in the t The former was sentenced to serve a Those opposed to the ordinance

DR. JOS. Y. PORTER +: bills and overtures, on ministerial Twentieth Century." An aaUresg will I, term of thirteen years in state pris.n passed numerously: signed petitionsof
education relief the special protest and made argument before
Washington, May 22.Senator Knox and and
also_ be made by Congressman Webb,, which means that he will work for
today notice of an amendmentto committee on closer :relations made the committee as to the reasons for
gave Pensacola Citizens Contribute to HIGHLY HONORED of this district. that length of time on a convict camp .
the diplomatic and consular appropriation majority and minority reports, which! their opposition. The main point i
made a special order for to- ,pardoned, or he escapes or ;brought out by the I'
bill, to raise the post at Con- were FIRE THREATENS TOWN sunless( cow-owners was
stantinople from a legation to an embassy the Cause of f Reformation of morrow. The last reports concern dies. James was given a sentence that it would bf Impossible for them(
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Under the regulations of the By Associated Press the federation of Presbyterian: /OF FAIRBANKS. ALA: of fen years. to keep cows in the city unless! the lat .
Criminals.
Sublime Porte ambassadors are the Young !Washington May 22.-The Nation. churches. The two negroes were convicted of I ter were allowed to run at large and:
al Conference of State and Provincial The of Dr. W. E. CaW By Associated Prest
ono diplomatic representatives heresy case trying to murder an old darkey that the ordinance would therefore]
rt*d to seek audience with perm the 'Boards of Health ended this after i well, of Fort Worth, Texas, was Fairbanks, Ala., May 22.-Fire has'! named Dorsey near McKinnonville. have the effect of excluding the cows /

sultan'! consequently aa: the United States Rev. Crawford Jackson, who lec-. noon with the election of Dr. D. C. 'brought before the assembly to-day, broken out here and is threateningthe : who declined to obey orders to leave, entirely.

has tured here at the Palafox Methodist. /Smith, of IPortland, Maine presidentand to determine whether formal trialb town with destruction. It is believed the neighborhood. Sheriff Van ''Pelt Argument for Ordinance. '
in its
been handicapped negotiants
Dr. J. Y. Porter vice president held before assembly. that nothing can save it. arrested Jones and James. 'A committee representing those who
with Turkey. To correct thissuua'lon church in the interest of the moveI {
Buster Dell charged with larcenywas :favor the ordinance was present and!
Senator Knox proposed therhan'ge. ment to raise funds to better protectthe
given four months on the
strongly its
i urged adoption. They]
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Ordinarily such a change Is juvenile criminals will leave today county roads. James Iverson, on a i iI answered the! argument against it by I I
made the president at the
by request Mobile. The plan which Rev similar charge received a one year's
of a foreign power. for | saying that no injustice was intend?! !
!Jackson favors is fathered by the sentence. :anyone but on the contrary it was/

Central Juvenile Protectory, with Changed His Mind. :proposed to protect the property or'
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WILL\ BOOST CITY offices in Atlanta. The matter of handing our justic I very t property owner, small as well as I j
evidently did not meet with the approval large 1 :by preventing cattle roaming at .
While here he secured $458in cash of Tom Wilson, a white man large] over the lawns, flower beds and

OF NEW ORLEANSBy and subscriptions to 'the fund, which charged with breaking ann' enterin ]premises of citizens: generally. Pensa-

will be secured to erect ten protec 'with intent to commit a felony. Wilson cola, it was brought out, Is the only :

tories in as many southern states.In at first stated that he might city I in Florida and the only one than!

Associated Press. discussing his visit to Pens plead guilty to the charge, but my: one knew of anywhere where.
changed his mind when he heard the 4 cattle are allowed to run at large In
Chicago' :May 22.- Vice President cola Rev. Jackson said: J.i meted out to other
punishment he 1 streets, and it is time, the com-i j
0 T Harahan of the Illinois Central! I'
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the
courtesy
Through prisoners. Bittee j urged, that Pensacola; property
Railroad, will sail for Europe
Journal I wish cordially, to thank the p Several Divorce Cases. 4 4pensacoia wners were entitled to have the protection -.
to-morrow to make an extensive tour ;
or Great Britain and the continent good people of Pensacola for their ; seems to have become 1 in this respect which even the
imbibed with the divorce fever, judging oman I villages elsewhere now enjoy.
with the object of bringing to the kindnesses to me personally and
from the recent number of cases The ordinance committee listenedto
notice of prominent shippers ann i
much which:
more to the great cause filed in the circuit court. Yesterday 1: all of these arguments, and will
railroad! j of those countries, the i
wen -
in midst"I
brought me your { filed make its the
three additional cases were as 1 up report on ordinance
advantages of New Orleans as a port
have had the privilege of presenting 1 tonight.
of ":ltr New Orleans has for some very poorly it is true, but !follows
* Rosa Kimball vs. Frank Kimball.
:me been doing an immense expos t heartily this enterprise from Wash
C charges that the respondent
KKness.: but the imports have not Fla. Complainant '
ington D. C., to Palm Beach, has deserted her and on
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been
large in proportion. and I tell the simple truth when I assure of
such grounds bases her cause ac DeFUNIAK
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the citizens of _Pensacola that
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nowhere have I met with a more cordial tion.Chasles
LL' 1 'V H. Burton asks for the an-
LO9iNG I : and more magnanimous recep-- ( es -\ nulment of the marriage relations,
I:j tion than here. (Publicly and privately P which exist 'between he ana' Lytha'
I have been delighted with the 11/ } H. Burton. Complainant, in his bill Special to The Journal. "
people. It is easy to love such a avers that respondent has an ungovernable 'DeFuniak, May 22.-Friday night
people and to remember them ten and drinks to an excess !llr. Wilson (the barber) had his house
temper
Special to The Journal. derly In the fciture.! I j 1 jurglanzed. ll'.>s watch and ten dot.tars .

Gould'.ng! May 22.-Mr. E. Y. Moran "God bless every one whether you a., The last on yesterday's program oil I| ] and nine dollars from his son's

? of Mississippi, visited Mrs. Stokes have aided our juvenile protectorj tr f o0 suits filed is the<, case of Dozla'l: I pocket were carried off. The young ,
Tuesday. work or not,' and I am sure He will (/ Stephens against Aurthonia Stephens ]]man's pantaloons were carried out

Mrs. Jones made a flying trip to 'be pleased to bless those who so The usual cause, li1e' ertlon, is al' !into the yard and examined. :
Pensacola Monday.Mr gladly contributed to assist these fT leged. Somebody poisoned two of Mr. Ma-

and Mrs. W. L. Morgan and chil chanceless chUdre'n.Iay / off,c Municipal Court. hews's: bird dogs last night also. Mr. (
ton left Sunday for a visit in the I ask .that others who have o \ Mathews is a barber also and it maye
country. not subscribed, to this cause anal 1 who The case of C. W. Parish, they]J> that some one who wanted to serve

Mrs E. I. Stokes called on Mrs. have not had 'an oportunlty,will do so 'white man, beaten by the police Mon-i ,1 the barbers alike was afraid of t&aJogs.

Jones Saturday afternoon. as soon as they can? ,Mrs. B. R. day night was tried in the' police (I .
Witkovsky' 500 W.' Gregory( 'street is court yesterday morning. Parish'! ,
Mr. Thompson has returned from
Everything is goin'g to ruin it wsoa't authorized''agent or representa .. '.. :,: .. .. !was charged with resisting an offi-j/ convention
have rain our .. the Baptist at Chattanooga
soon. It! is dry and
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;: carrying concealed
and weapons.
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dusty tive, who has liberally contributed to cer and occupied his own pulpit Sunday -
everywhere. Fruit will be movement, .and she. will take '...... .. On the former charge he was soaked, 'j
the In the series
scarce this season, especially pears. and forwardncontributions' .- '.' .'. .. .. $25 and costs, and for the latter of-j'': morning. evening
in receiving : : .
They pleasure if meetings began with an evangelist
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have tha blight.An '
... t fEnse he was taxed $100 and costs-i]
to our central office. i \ 1 ""
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enjoyable event occurred at the .. .,, Until late hour last night the The meetin'gs some
writing about $458.00 has :;. to::;. a
come of Mr. I. E. Allen Friday night. "At\ this and subscribed with a 'I .......'..,.-.7"" .,... .,.".. :' -... _.. r ti.( man wag still In jail, not having' 1 ime.
been paid "
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Dancing was indulged in delicious ft. '" ...' :( "..!..,, heard from friends and relatives inEa'terprise Rev Mr. Northcut of the South
and to and I have ;-.r, \ .. .....
refreshments were served. promise comparatively of-more few come of the people -" .'17.-"t.l':;;[.:-,.... .....O'..;;-..' ;:\'t.;;'- +* Ala It is und -stood :Methodist church is back from BirmIngham .

E .. ."... ,..-"r"r".i"'Y >. '" a ( that the fine and costs will be paid toj j where he has been for two
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Of Pansacola. >: "' .. '''<. :.J.1't''f','; t' 'weeks in attendance the
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BONERS v ,
BROUGHT 'Mobile Ala., where I 1 Y .....',Vygr t.t. ; S'rb rS
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1 leave for !" i. ,.. .._ ....;..i'J'Y i\..:.. day.Frank I inference and will his pulpitSunday. !
occupy
HERE FROM MOBILE speak in the Interest of this move- ;" -" '1.'.eft, ...,...", ...,_,!,',t."! .... Jackson a negro, charged .
ti7
I r. -. : :? \ drunk and was
go'rapidJj on to other ; < : :: f with being cursing
ment, and .. One week from Saturday and Sunday -
Ernest James, a negro convict, who cities.! It, absolutely necessary, I ,- tfr1,1 filled $25 and on a charge of carrying
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heaped from concealed weapons was discharged. fay and 27. ,
the county chai gan'g therefore, for me to-'commit this vital
and a white man named Wilson charg- matter into other hand: but 'my PRLVACY. The weapon was a razor. J residing elder for the MethodistEpiscopal
'!* with fervent NO As a whole the recorder's court 1 church, will hold the second
breaking and and '
nterlng: memories
brought here from Mobile yesterday were pleasant will be with' and for tie people i THE ELEMENTS-<3RACIQUS! TRA'' T-FELLOW PS GOING TO TELL ALL WE ARE GOING: TO DOIWEEKS proved a profitable field yesterday as luarterly meeting. Dr. Hammett will .
prayers .
morning by Deputy Sheriff Saunders. of Pens cola." .' : !' BEFORE WE DO IT $210 and costs were assessed'. preach 1 morning and eveninj. '

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Will OBSERVE E EE Perry Mrs.Forest Closing Flinn' D.. D.Visiting Prayer,. Mrs.-J.Rev.C: "Pebley Barton, Mrs., W. G X' TfRI'1IStearns'Ah1EED 10Rf = SUMMARY1' TITlE WEATHERThe W SHlNGTON CO1 NEW. METHOD LAUNDRY\ ,


veterans, citizens and PHONE 1188 E. W. LAWRENCE, Prop. No. 8 WEST ROMANAS
others are invited to participate the /

, asked exercises.to bring Those flowers who to place attend on are the maximum temperature yes-< RETURNS. IN
DECORATION E R :
terday'was 8tmrees: at; 12:301p: { m. 1
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graves of the fallen heroic dead. +!1 4 4
and the minimum 68 degrees at 2:30P
Over eight hundred Confederate soldiers -
are buried in ,the national ceme- ,In m.his summary f of. the weather i ;; ;
tery, while nearly 2,000 G. A. B. vet.erans'sleep Electric yesterday Observer Reed salo! I The Odorless 1
DAY in the same burial ground.As I Rat and Roach Paste "The northeast section of the couy fUll Refrigeratorj
if
the receive the &r&Qteed to rid the bouts bare or More oC
all graves same
; ea,rate,mice. ,water bags.eta Sold try Is still under the influence of -
attention let us therefore come together 011 I'"
.eJTWher..UI8a&'r4Ie.l.4.q.oY: high pressure attended by fair weather -
the veterans of the grey and Stearns' Electric Co., ; elsewhere, the pressure is low '. i i ii
blue in the memorial: exercises to do Ch.leac..IlL.11.paste. I and there have been showers from j: Offers No Shelter For Disease
i Has Been honor to our heroic deal. the north (Pacific coast eastward to Chas. B, Parkhill Leads Ticket- it
(Appropriate r I Program J. C. PFTV1'F RSON. Commander. the lake region, in the Missouri valley Germs Microbes
J. R., CAHWELJL, Adjutant and southward, into Texas, Lassitter and Bryan to Contest i| or i
Arranged for Occasion by SUPT. COOK GIVES thence eastward throughout the cot |
ton 'belt. A storm now central be- in Second Primary U-is built on the scientific principles of sanitation, givinc o
Sherman Post G A. R. tween : free air circulation. So '
.-- Tampa and Key West has perfect in construction and ai 0
4Ua IB tK Street. ,
NOTICE TO PARENTS caused heavy to excessive rainfall circulation that butter may be placed in it with orb : *
.. Emerson was not the, first to use this
northward to Jacksonville, Key West foods and not become tainted.
t phrase in hIs "Conduct of Lite," which To The Journal. i
J i !.tefcorting: : 3.16 inches all of which Special :
1r Decoration or Memorial Day will was published.in 1SGO. In the first series fell on Monday. Heavy rains have Vernon, ''Fla., May 22......The Democratic
}be! appropriately observed by Slier of the 'GrevUle.MemoIrs," under Patrons, pupils and teachers of the continued1 in 'Minnesota. Thunder- Executive Committee met at $14 to $35.00
jaan Post No. 21, G. A. R., and SherI -' date March 22,1830, occurs the follow- City Public Schools, Attention! storms have been general from South this place last Saturday for the purpose | i ii
,I roan Camp of G. A. ,R. Sons of Vet ing passage: Beginning with June the 1st, proxmo !- Dakota southeastward to Alabama.! of canvassing the returns of
I rans, aid members' of Camp Ward "Then will come the question of a all the city schools aa operationwill Showers may be expected over this the Primary held on the l&th. Following New( line Llnoleu ms at 55 and 65 cents a square !ya!d I j
united\ Confederate veterans will dissolution, which one side affirms will begin work promptly at 8 a. m. vicinity to-night antf Wednesday and is the official returns: For i Laid free 1
floin In the observance of the day. take place directly, and the other that and with two recess periods of 10 fresh, probably brisk winds will) prevail -Representative, Lamar 313, Stephens :
Decoration Day the G. A. R. veterans minutes each. Schools No.- 1 and 31 along the West Florida coast." 122; Supreme Court Clarfc 125, Bark- *
the king will not consent to it, knowing

'and Sons of Veterans will meet will close for the day at 1:30 p. m. hill 332, Whlfcfield 213; !R. R. Commissioner
at the office of George P._ Wentworth ,as 'the man In the street; (as we ,
and the primary schools will close as Appleyard 14, Bailey 191 I MARSTON & i ii
from with brass call him at Newmarket) does, Practical Dlamoitlc Sign of Peatb. QUINA
at' noon, and there a always follows: Grades 1 at 12 m; grades 2 !Elitch 195, ''Burr 171; Legislature, 9
'hams! will proceed to the court house the greatest secrets of kings and being at Dr. Ott of Lillebonne (through Journal ( X6Q, Lassitter 258. Robertson
12:30: ; and grades 3 and 4 at 1:00p. Bryan
and meet the Confederate Veterans the confidant of their most hidden m. Said two recess periods of 10 des sciences medicates de Lille) 104. W. 'B Gainer was nominated i 108/110, :Palafox. St. Phone 148 Pensacola Fla a
And Sons of Confederate Veterans.A thoughts suggests the following practical and for Tax Collector; J. J. Williams Tax
parade will be formed of the two It would appear from this that the minutes give the each greatest to be'relief divided to the so pupils as to simple method of ascertaining whetheror \Assessor; H. B. Tiller County Treasurer -:........ .o..o..o.............e...o............... ,

armies of veterans and the sons of expression: 'was in common use among and least detriment to the work of the I not life is present: The point selected ; U. IA McDonald, A, L. Harrell,
to the
march dummy
each 'and the 8. L. Davis, P. N. Hutchinson ana1 W.
racing men in 1830.-Notes and Queries. school. is the forearm, -which Is quickly accessible -

line train tUtion wll leave will the take station place.at 1 p.The m. By order of the Board of Public! In is free from hair and is easily .. Singletery J. H. !Nelson, for,county G.I I B. Bush commissioners and S.-
struction. exposed. The arm is extended horizon
Jor Barrancas.The J. Gainer, members school board.
road The Drama of the Saniet. N. B. COOK tally from the body and the forearm No Razors.
train will stop at the big W. !B. Lassitter for- the legislature Honing or Stropping of
east of the naval hospital, where a We never tire of the drama of sun- ', 22may3t. County Superintendent. pronated. If the test is made In the lacked only seven votes of securing a
'procession will be formed as follows: set. I go forth each afternoon and look I open air a cloak Is held so as to shield majority over both of his opponents.
,Band. Into the west a quarter of an hour before poner of \ oreIs. the part from all motion of the atmos !\y. A. Bryan and Lassitter will have That cold fashioned. !Shave yourself without worry orDo ,
;Army and Navy Detachments. unset,with fresh curiosity to see Words have not their import from the! .phere. The flame of a candle is now to run the race over in the second it now. Buy a: Gilette Safety Razor.: Twenty four; '
:Army and Navy Garrisons. what new picture will be painted there, natural power of particular combinations : directly applied to a spot on the forearm primary. However, it is confidently in one. Complete with twelve blades ;45.00.
United Confederate Veterans. what new phenomenon exhibited what of characters or from the real l efficacy which is closely watched 17-the predicted that .Mr. Bryan will refuseto Cae's 'Bookertore.
I Sons ,of United Confederate Vet new diaaoMny views. Every day a tf certain sounds, but from the observer At the end of a few secondsa make the race, and therefore
erans. new picture Is painted and framed use' swelling rapidly forms and bursts.If throw the nomination to Lassitter.J. ,,,,,.. 23$. 213 Soirth Pafafoj Str..t, puno'"a
of
consent those who them and
arbitrarily -
Sons of G. A. R. who has been
M. Simmons supervisor
Sherman Camp
i held for half hour in such the tissues
up an lights annex certain ideas to them, it contains air or gas are
of registration for quite a
IVeterans.! as the great artist chooses and then lifeless. If it contains liquid or exudation -
which might have signified with equajkpropriety
Sherman G. A. R. Post number of years, tendered his resignation -
withdrawn and th curtain falls. The by other.voirrer CromwelL life 13 present. it
On arrival inside the cemetery any to the committee and was
the troops, will halt, and open ranks. sun goes down, long the afterglow accepted with regret. The committee WHSiM&* *#JMHWiH&* I- ttni '
gives light.-the damask curtain glow ,
of the Army and Navy recommended J. W. Gainer to 1
the garrison
Vnion the ,United Confederate and along''',the western window, the first Prauteae.. *T IS FOR LADIES: TOO. Governor 'Broward for the appoInt- I DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
Grand Army: of the Republic Veter star fa lit and r go home.-From Tho- The way ,to reach onto attain to any- They Can Stop,Their Hair Falling Out ment to ''fill ,the.. vacancy caused 'by PRECIOUS STONES BRONZSH .*,
ens will march to the monument to reau's "Winter. thing Is to bend oneself toward it with With Herpicide. the resignation of Simmons. CL.OCKS'1 "
the right of the grand stand. Troops all one's might and we approximateit Ladies who J pave thin hair and Circuit court convenes here on STERLING I
'Will follow and will torn in circle Just in proportion to "the'Intensity whose hair is falling out, can preventthe May 28. Thanks to the county court i SILVERWARE
around the monument. The services and the persistency of our effort to" hair falling out and thicken the there is but very little criminal 'business ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS,
of the G. A. R. and Garrison of the Spring Ailments'Pimples attain It Success growth, with Newbro's "Hen icide." on the docket. There is only i|
Magazine. GLASSWARE.
!Army and Navy Union will follow. :Besides Herpicide is one of the most one criminal case on' the docket for Xm CUT .
Alter( this the salute will be the fired: boils, eczema; and other agreeable hairdressings there is. trial, that. of A. D. May indicted! for i
io,honor, of the dead. eruptions, loss of appetite, that tired A Hard Cnt. Herpicide kills the dandruff germ grand larceny. The trial of this case i ': '
General Services. biliousness Mrs. Newcast am thinking' of tak- that cuts the hair off at the root.I which is attracting attention on account nd-'e;
The general services will follow feeling, fits of indigestionand ing a short holiday and visiting some ;After the germ is destroyed the root of the promience of Mr. May, Engraving. Stationery.
and the program' is; headache are some of them. of the scenes associated with my ances-, will shoot up and the hair .grow longas is set for the third day of the term. 'f .; '
Prayer-Rav. Barton W. Perry, D. ,They ,are all radically and perma tors. Mrs. De Bleu Blo d-Cuttln.-oh. ever. Even a sample will convince The artesian well, which is being l -- !
D neatly .cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla but slumming ISM horribly out of date i any lady" that Newbro's Herpi bored by the people of this town, r Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. '
i Address-John Stilhnan, which thoroughly cleanses the blooiand nowadays! :tide is an indispensable ,toilet i} nearing completion. The depth of!
I 1A.ddfess-IW. B. Sheppard: |i .. !'", requisite. It contains no oil 'or the well at the present writing is -"T'O !
j, 'Address'-Hludge J. R. Landrum.i restores healthy functional activity nee to Dare a Ball. grease; it will not stain or dye. For 190 feet and there is a good supplyof wa
It Address-Rev. J. A. Abbott. .to the whole system._ This spring takeHood's Thomas Bailey Aldrich, commenting sale' by W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist 'Water. The water comes up to 1 E. Zadek Co. \
1/Lddress/ -Howard RusselLRedtationatisa : the and apothecary, 121 South Palafox within 18 feet of the top and. it is Jewelry
trial
once Qt Jobviremarkedthat 1
upon: *
i Catherine M. Sarsaparilla i I street, or send lOc in stamps for,sample possible that there will be a flow secured -- I MOBILE JtfittiH
the only proper'place to,have a [ the ALA
.CeruU.i to The Herpicia'e Co., Detroit before completion of the
):1 Songs-Miss Ellen Wentworth, ,In liquid or tablet form.__100 Doses$1. re.d boll was between "John" and "O'Refl- Mich. ] welL .iHMHH&.' *ftre HHHI-i HHH


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Now Give '- - -- P.PUBLIC SCHOOLS The Handy Vest-Doctorin Pocket Your INS SU RA NC[ r PAl m D I OWES LIFE TO DUFFY'S :j U i-:






&i& ONE N [ MONTH' ll TITS,. means When a thin' Box-carried HealthInsurance.It round-cornered in your vest. pocket little INSTATE T[ OF f fr At 71 Years of Age PURE, Vigorous MALT and Strong WHISKEY, Mr. Philip:;< .' ::1;. j',


Us aChance contains Six Candy Tablets of pleasant Zimmer, of Keuka, N..Y.,'Writes He Owes His Life' :

taste almost as pleasant as Chocolate.! to .


LONGER[ Each tablet is a working; dose of Cas- FLORIDA >:.>>.::::..... .Duffy's>>:,..:-:.. .w..........>..,.Pure'1alt... .........,,.. w.) ..,... .. Whiskey.. ... I '
like Exercise >>
carets, which 'acts on the I r >:' i.; : .;::: ::::t: rJ,;:.:?? tt. : ;::t: n r. Zimmer was given" tdie <>
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and Liver. ; ;: } : < :::::::::: ::;;: :' :; :>1-i: .
Bowels Ir&::: : ::t: ;:;:M 1 :: M W% by family and friends ;
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toSayaWordI It will. not purge. norlpset. the ; ::; : ;:::::: : :;;*:;: ::::'" t
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stomach. ':>:* :::::'.:; w.c.: :: :::::' ::;::':" : : : :: : xr ,.
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Supt Cook Issues Notice and Because it is not a "Bile-driver," like Statement t Shows Over One and a r:t,*.:,::. ro.. ::;::: :::,::I.Y:. ;;::: .::: ::::::.::.::t : ::::.;::::::: to use Duffy's Malt Whiskey.
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Salts, Sodium Calomel, Jalap, Senna, I I;:,$.,} :" 'J0 ::::::: ;t ::;: :: : :m::* 1 He deems it his publish'his
Gives Good Advice to nor Quarter 'Million 1905- .: : ::::::::.:::::::;" ..... ;::.::: .: :::: .;- : duty to
During : ;: ,' : .': .. ;..':.::.::::::::\::'::::: ;:::=*;:::: : .
) Aperient Waters. I,...:..::.>: ':: .: :::::::; : ::::,:.::: :;;.:,:;.:.:.:...w.::::5::.:.::,::. remarkable.cure to the world ; .

: : ?. School Pupils. Neither is it like Castor Oil. Glycerine, $145,500 in Pensacola. I IIJ. j He says: ":

: or other Oily!! Laxatives that simply lubricatethe I ; ,; ,
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am in
Intestines for transit of the food stoppedup I .. .::.ffi, .:.. ':'::::::" :: fI: j\\;::;: my 71st year and am baleani
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.>: ;:.. ...1: --.. ....... hearty. Some ten years ago. when chromo .' t tI
What is the most important point to Patrons and Pupils of the City Public in them at-that- particular: time.- New York, May 22.-The Insurance I::::::@:.:.: :,::;:.:>.:.>.:..:.':... '::.:::::: 1.,; ...:(.;,:::::;:::;,,::=:>:::::.:: lung trouble threatened to overcome me, ,. .; '
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Schools: a a Press gives .following table by ::::; : : '. ., :';:;:' '::::X" :::;V;;:' my family felt that my days were num- ,..
you in a new suit? that :. towns of insurance paid in the states I n&mwt:. : ::'::;ft :. S NWt bered. I began to use Duffy's Pure Main ;

Owing to the fact the city The chief cause of Constipation and : of Florida during. the year 1905: I:.:.:.....'<-:::.>:)W.:::::.*.::.::..::.:.. ::;:{"...:;..":.::.w.:f. : ..;..:,.:.;::.:.,4;....$. ;;:.... Whiskey according to directions an schools could not be put in operation I ::::::;::::: :::::::::::::::: :; -0. 1= -;
IS IT THE FIT ? I Indigestion is a weakness of the Muscles 1 Town Amt. Paid : :": .;.: : ::.:..'::::$U::m went: through a course or training. la 'i' ,

: before November; 1st., last, just one that contract tHe Intestines and Bowels. '! Alachua.- . . .. .. ..$ 3,500 I:..MMmW- .. \ ....; : Wwt%: one year I was completely cured. i!
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month later than usual and as our Apalachicola .. .. 12,384 ",' : : ; It the duty of .
to the :::...:.- ::: : ). a sufferer f
Cascarets are practically Bowel .. >:: :: ';:
You can fit yourself here, or no.sale course: of study, 'as the law .directs, \, Arcadia 4. .. .. .. .. .. 3,500 #.t. :.::::: \<"'> ,'" ....",.":?-C';:;':.::';.::.:. :.::.:..::.S.. who has been cured by Duffy's Pure
and I. -
covers eight full months, 'becomes Muscles what a Massage.- Cold B. Malt Whiskey to publish the fact to the ; _-

IS IT THE are to the Athletic Muscles. Bagdad.. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. 3,05u world.-Phfllp Zimmer. Keuka. N. T, .
QUALITY ?., necessary to prolong the session one They stimulate the Bowel Muscles to Bartow . .. .. . 5,217 PHILIP ZUIMEB: Sept- 13. 1905. .

"' month later, making the session contract expand, and .squeeze the Dlgeslive i Brooksville. .. .. .. 2,00'J Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey to an absolutely pure. gentle and Invigoratlnl .,
This is regulated by the price, but in close the last of June instead of the Juices out of food eaten. j j Campville .; .. .. .. 3,00y! to stimulant the brain and strength tonic, builds up the nerve tissues, tones up the heart, gives power : :

this store there is no last of May as heretofore.The Cascarets do this naturally, without I Carters. .. .. .. . .. 2,000 It brings Into action all and the elasticity vital forces to;the it makes muscles digestion and richness perfect Tto and the blood. I
poor
qua ty. enables
;Board of Public Instruction. ,1 Cedar Keys. .. .. .. .. 2,000 for yoU to get from the food yoU eat all the nourishment it contains. It Is Invaluable .--
IiI purging or discomfort. i! Chipley .. .. ..- .. ... 2,500 talus overworked the men Is delicate women and sickly children. It strengthens and sus- .;
IS IT THE STYLE ? ; special session, taking into con-i]| They don't help the Bowels and Uver in Cbleman. .. ,.. .. .. .. .. 2,000 and keeps system the young; a strong.promoter of good health and longevity; makes the old young ;

Bideration the fact that during -the) such a way as to make them lean upon Columba.; .. .. .. .. 4,574'' Sold by all druggists and grocers. or direct la sealed bottlea oftf,.,never la bulk. PrIce "
You cannot find anything newer. month of June the days are long, has' similar assistance for the future. -, Concord. ... .. .. ; ; .. .- S.50 mark$1.00.on See the that label.thump Refuse over aU aabltltutu the cork fa, unbroken and look for the Old Chemist trade.' :: _,

ordered that the city schools shall'I' This i is why, with Cascarets, the dose Crest View. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2,500 let and medical advice froc. Dully Malt WlWkcl u thay are.positively R.odIatcr,fnlUnOQl N. Y. to the bealUI. : }:
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open promptly at 8 a. m. instead of! Crystal. .. .. . 2,00'Jj: .
IS IT THE PATTERN may be lessened each succeeding time THE LEnVIS dEAR ..I t.-r. :-" "' Dutribaters.: .
? at 9 a.m. and by reducing the recess Crystal River .. .. .. 2,000
Instead of increased, as it must be with all DeLeon Springs ... ..' 8,500 I ___- u __ -=-C === '
Here you will find patterns that cannot periods to 20 minutes for the day in- other Cathartics and.Laxatives. Dunellen. .. . ... 2,000! Care of the Hair. I ALL OVER THE"HOUSE '.

stead of 45 minutes the school day a I Duval .. .. .. .. .. .. .. "., 2,000
be found in any other store ,in this will, for advanced grades close at L'llenton: . .. .. .. .. .'. 2,000 Instead of washing the hair I ,
Cascarets act like exercise.If which takes oft the natural oil anftcauses Old Fashioned Method of
Keeping
vicinity.WE I 1:30 p. m. and for the primary gratfes I Federal Point.. .. .. .. .. .. 3,000 ( I
carried in your vest pocket, (or carriedIn it to ''ly just everywhere"for II I Moths Out of Carpets.
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at from 12 m. to 1 p. m. and thus Fernandina. .. . . .. 7,500 :
give the the children ample time to I My Lady's Purse.) and eaten just when Floral City. .. . .. .. 6,500 several days, until the oil exudes -I If you see signs of moths in a car-, :

ARE STYLE LEADERS ',you suspect you need one, you will never Fort Meade .. . . 2,300 and i brnsfi, over the hair) pet that you do not wish to take upf
home for dinner there will"now
reach
know a sick day from the ordinary Ills of life. Fort Pierce .. .'. .. .. 9,500 spread a clean, white clotk that will try this good, oldPennsylvania plaj
be no excuse left for the withdrawalof .. .. .. ..
Gainesville ..
I Because, these Ills in the 7,295 of '
: begin Bowels, not lint the slighfly dispossessing them: Put two
.L over partedfingers !> -
any child from school befor the Genoa ... .. .. ... .. .. 3,123
close of the term of same, June''' 29th I and pave the way for all other diseases. Hastings .. .. .. .. .. .. '. 8,9oo of the left hand and with the tablespoonfuls of turpentine in a. .

TAJlDARD10TH next. "Vest Pocket" box 10 cents. i Hillard.. .. .. ..' .. .. .... 2,00u right one mb your brtfeh thoroughly, half pail of hot water, dip a clean, ;;

I1G 0 Another fact! I will call to the at- Be sure you get the genuine. made only Inverness. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2,000 but gently, on the cloth. Brash the' broom in it, shake off super luous'j]

S by the Sterling Remedy Company,and never Jacksonville. .. . .. .. 238,207 hair a few minutes and again clean moisture on a cloth, then sweep;
tion of of schools is that
t' the patrons) cold !In bulk. Every tablet stamped"CCC." Jennings.. . .. .. .. 2,000 the brush bjr rubbing on the cloth.I carefully both ways of the grain of
there are few, if any homes in the Key West. .. .. .. . 10,650
THIESE UlLDtlG] Hair treated'in this ten minutes the first then the'
$ way I carpet; one way, "-
city of Pensacoia more comfortable II Lake City. .. .. .. .. .. 4,500 for :
I during the summer months.. than the FREE TO OUR READERSIt Lakeland -. .. .. .. .. .. 3,190 every evening two or. three .ether.
-- -- public- school rooms of this city. has been arranged to mall free a Laurel Hill. .. .. .. .. 2,000 weeks wilFbe clean, soft and silky.- This application is also of value 1 .

-- - .- One other point which ought to be beautiful little French-designed GOLD- Leesburg. ., 'O' .. .. .. .. 1,075 National Magazine.: when domestic animals have introduced 1
*** *** *#****#* ** ** considered by both parents and pupils PLATED trinket, box handsome, bard-enameled in Live Oak. .. .. .. .. .. 9,950 fleas into the house. All the '

is this: Those
* PIANOS AND ORGANS. I GLEND4LE 'before the close of the term, and fail want every reader to have one. Ten'.Manatee\ .. .. .. ... .. ... 2,000 A goed way to rid the house of should be burned at fleas .
* CASH OR EASY TERMS. # to take the final examinations, will of cents good in faith stamps and is to asked cover as cost a measure of Cas I Marietta.. .. .. .. . 11,500 is to place an.old saucer under once, as : -
* All Piano Work Guaranteed. not receive promotion certificatesand carets with which this dainty box is I Marysville.. .. ... .. .. ... 3,500 pests I are hatched and live for the first"I

if CLUTTER & RUSHING, o before entering a higher grade loaded.Send be Miami. .. .. .. p. .. .. .. 4,000 different articles of furniture in the .I twenty-four hours of their existence
today to mention
this
* 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST.* Special To The Journal. next term, they will be required to paper and write your sure address plainly. :Millville .. .. t. .. .. .. 5,000 room filled with a strong solution of in the dust of the floor. If it is

* -FHONE 476. ft Glendale, Fla., Hay 22.-
* # improving. New buil 1ngs .are still required of pupils in same grade who or 731 Moseley Hall .., .. .. ... .., 2,000 and doors and keep them beat thoroughly, wipe off with naph.
*#*#* *# *# *#**#* "
had and1 pluck enoughto .. .. .. ...
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going up and house room-is at a pre. perseverance "!"Mulberry.: 2,100 closed for twenty-four hours. Then tha and where the and air
: mium. As fast as dwellings are finished stand up and do' their duty to the '- Ocala .. .. .. .. .. 6,000 remove the carbolic acid air the I hang sun

COTTRELL, they are occupied.D. end of the term. Orlando. ." .. .. .. .. 21,447 can reach every portion of them.
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. E. Murphy is now having a large Think of these things, !parents and Otter Creek .. .. .. .. -.. .. 4,000 room, and.not an insect will come .I The floor meantime should be disin.
r PRAISE[
FOR MEN'JHO
tuilding constructed; W. H. Goodwinis pupils and also remember that large [ Oviedo .. .. .. .. ... .. 6,500 there for a year, so those who have fected by first cleaning out all the
Pensacoia. Fla.
- haYing an addition built to his sums of money are taken from the Palatka .. .. .. .. .. .. 8,992 used It affirm. Use only the dark cracks with a brush, then soap and

DIAMONDSSomething dwelling and will also enlarge his pockets of the "tax payers" of the Paxton. .. .. .. .. .. . 6,500 brown carbolic acid, and never use i water and by washing with a
store and the Glendale MercantileCo. county each year, all of it, in the interest ,Pensacola.. .. .. .. .. .. .... 145,500 it but in it lastly
once a room throwing
Neat and New in ThemW. has doubled, its capacity for and for the benefit of the chil-- Pine Barren .. .. . 2,982 j preparation of diluted carbolic acid,
dren of the county, and, if these chil W ASSISTED S [ away as soon as the room is aired, I injecting it into all cracks and }
A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Palafox St. handling goods. Port Orange' ., .. .. . .. 2,000
Adams Bras anal l Goodwin have oren are not in the schoolrooms ready 'Providence. .. .. . 2,000 saucer and all.Menu crevices.

TURTON & BELL. made extensive improvements' on and willing to do their part it, is. Punta Gorda.. ... .. .. .. .. 4,300
their turpentine place. They are still clearly to be seen that a large, portion Quincy .. .". .. 4,500 For a Luncheon. Both Hal Him.
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. improving and building more shacks. of the money taken thus from Sketo .. ... .. ... I.. 2,000 For a luncheon serve first a bouillon "Funny thing," remarked Wilson
Kodak Supplies. Finishing lor Amateurs.R. They have good class of labor ani the pockets of the tax payers for the AT'FRISCO T musingly. "Tom Wilkins and Edith
a ostensible of the Smith Creek.. .. .. .. .. 2,000 or clear soup in cups with breadsticks I
!are getting now hands every day. children, is purpose virtually thrown educating Starke. .'. .. .. ', ., .. ..... 2,000 followed'by any kind of a I Icrea.med Brown used to be great friends of
K. WHITE, Their distillery is' doing full work We do earnestly hOPe that away.parentsand f St. Augustine.. '. ..' .. ... 28,500 patty with either potato mine. I introduced them to each other.
from 3 5
atchmaker. Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate every day now, running to pupils will consl 'er seriously the St Petersburg ;. ".. .. 3,000 They got married, and tow neither of
croquettes or Saratoga chips,
Optician.30 S. Paialox Street. Pensacola. Fla.TerselyTold changes a day. subject, before making so grave a Tallahassee .. .. . .. 39,69 peasor them will speak to me. Wonder what
Ed. Mosely became tJ'OU'blesome salad with cheese
. Several Letters of Commendation
last week. He has very been men. mistake' as to withdraw from school 'Tampa . . ... .. ... 24,754 asparagus; a the reason can beT'Cro.
.... . .. wafers, olives, nuts and tiny hot
this year, before the close "of the Tarpon Springs. 3,600Waukeenah.
unbalanced for
tally the past year or
two, ana last week got worse. M". term. Sent by Navy Department . .. .. .. 2,000 rolls. The dessert should be a .. PlIrpeH40Mfa.

J. E. Goodwin thought it advisible to I' Remember the command of the Zellwood. . .. .. .. 11,000 frozen one or charlotte r-usse, small Klnbbs (severely)-I've been
'send him to the asylum which was 'brave and dying Captain Lrfwrence, News of the Navy. Unclassified.. . .-. . 474,588 cups of coffee, cheese and barleducmay lying awake these three hours waiting
"bne. *1>on't give up the ship," and say be the last course coffee or for you to come home. Mr. Klnbbs
L. C. Gray,. of St. Andrews, is in Many good bird dogs have been deep down in your hearts that we Total .. .. .. . .$1,274,363The chocolate be served; with the (ruefully)-Gee! And I've been staying -
the city for a few days, having come poisoned around the country during won't give up our school and during Special to The Journal. following payments of $10,000 may away for three hours waiting for

over on the schooner Lucy H. the past month.. The owners think the month of June, let everyone or more were reported to The Insurance meat course. -, you to go to sleep.
The smack I&'a. of the fleet of E. this was done by men who own sheep make a determined effort to be In Washington, D. C. May 22. -Letters Press:

E Saunders & 'Co., arrived yesterday They put out poison for the sheep the school room and redy for work at I of commendation have been sent by Ashville-'John Finlayson,. 21440. I ---4

vith a good catch. killing dogs and generally get the innocent 5a.m. Acting Secretary of the Navy New- Jacksonville: S. Bliss, $10,000;
dogs. There is a great deal N. B. COOK' : D. K. ''McCallum, $12,700; William J. Is to love children, and no home
Postmaster J. Howell, of Mulat.was bury to the 'officers and ,men of the '
County Superintendent of
of indignation felt by the owners of Public Winans, $1 ,OOO. can be completely happy with-
in iPensacola! Post-
yesterday.
the dogs. Instruction. :navy who todc ""part in the work of S. Simmons, $10- OmUD'S
raster Howell that Mulat fc : Marietta-John
out them the ordeal
says yet through
The Journal Is very popular here. relief subsequent! to the earthquakeat 000.
coming right up to the front and is Do You Love
getting to 'be a very brisk little business iSan Francisco. Those to receive Pensacoia-Hatton N. T. Harris, which the expectant mother

place. The Life Insurance. your baby You wonder why he cries. .letters are: Lieutenant Commanders $10,000. must pass usually is so full of suffering,

muddle has started the public to fuge Buy a and bottle he will of White's never cry.Cream Most Vermi ba.! _G. W. Williams, R. F. Lopez, C. R. lure danger and fear that she looks forwardto

Ask your grocer for Blue Ribbon thinking. The wonderful success that bies have worms and the mothers 'Morgan; Lieutenants F. N. Freeman, The Clever one. Na the critical hour with apprehension

Lemon or Vanilla the cheapest a3 has met Ballard's Horehound Syrupin don't know it. White's Cream Vermi. L. R. Sargent Ensigns C. Goodrich Grlggs-Some men are born great

'ell as th.3 best. Absolutely pure. its'crusade on Coughs, Influenza, fuge rids the child of worms and'W. Bertholf. R. C Davis, Midshipmen others achieve greatness. Briggs-Yes; and dread. Mother's Friend, by its penetrating -

Goes twice as"far. Bronchitis and all Pulmonary troubles cleans 'out its system in a pleasantway. 'J. R Pond; !S. W. Wallace, Passed As- and others simply have the trick ot an d soothingproperties, allays nausea, nervousness, and
-has started the public to thinkingof '
CITY COUNCIL WILL this wonderful preparation. They bottle Every of this mother medicine should in the keep'house.a slstant Paymaster 1HJ tieF. Mel, Chief making great other. people think they're all unplea sant feelings, and so prepares the system for the '

MEET THIS EVENINGThe are all using it. Join the processionand With it, fear need never enter her !Boatswain D. Moriarity, Warrant ordeal that she passes throughthe

down with sickness. Price 2&c, mind. Price 25c. Sold by all drugI I Machinist: O. John and 'First Lieutenant and with but
I have lived to know that the great event safely
.
50c and $1.00. Sold by all druggists.Good
gists.
,
Lieu
S. Brewster and !Second
city council will meet in regular W. secret of human happiness is this: Nev. little suffering, as numbers have Molher's

cession at the usual hour this evening. Lither Polish. tenants A. Stokes and F. A. Udell of er suffer your energies to stagnate. testified and said, "it is worth
Several the Marine .
matters of vital interest to corps. Adam Clark.A
the citizens are scheduled for couSW- To clean and polish"the, leather This years squadron for the trainIng its weight in gold." $1.00 per

tration, among the number being the covering of chair, etc., mix together Just of midshipmen will be commanded Kindly Provision of JVature. bottle of druggists. Book containing

report of the council finance committee equal parts of vinegar and linseed by Rear Admiral R. 'B. 'Bradford "The codfish," said the professor, valuable information mailed free. friend
t in.reference to the. Board of Pub- considerably more than 1,000-
oil with "lays
apply very sparingly: a pieceof The Newark, Nevada, Arkansas and
te Works. flannel and l lsi witha soft the 000 egs*.'" THE BRAD FIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga.
p : Received Florida will be supplemented by "It ii mighty lucky for the codfish

A Battle In the Sea. cloth. The same treatment is excel i Severn, which! will shortly ba placedin that she doesn't have to cackle over ,

Did you ever see bluefish charge.a lent for French polished furniture. commission for cruising, and Lieutenant every egg," saId the student who camt
tchool ot menhaden at sea? That Is but it must be remembered that the Scales has been selected asher from a farm. HOTELS AND SUMMER RESORTS.

something! worth seeing. The bluefish vinegar and oil mixture ito be applied commander. Although the itin-

of the squadron has not been ,,,,_.._ .... .... I'S
throw
their lines forward until they almost sparingly; and tuat "elbow erary Not Guilty. v -- .0----=="""""""" ,

surround the menhaden and they grease" is to be used'generously.The Black and Grey Un- announced, it is quite certain that it Lawyer-You. say you left home on
;will not extend to Europe. "A LAND OF DELIGHT.1'THE ,
attack
them flank and rear. The men- ; the 20th.: Witness-Yes, sir. Lawyer
The Lidg rw60d system of coalingat
laden fairly make the water boll in Greasy'.Sink.' And came back on the 25th? WIt.
dressed Kid Blucher sea will be given a thorough test -
their efforts to escape, while all aroundthe Unless frequently flushed/with a on the Abarenda. The decision in fa- ness-Yes, sIr. Lawyer (severely- COUNTRY :
enemy. is at them tearing relentlessly powerful solvent. to remove the vor of an American system of coal What were.you doing In the interim? BEAUTIFUL SAPPHIRE :
Oxfords Ribbon
into all this commotion comes the kitchen ..sink"will clog.A Ties, ing at sea will afford comparison be- Witness Never was in such a place. .
a great shark.: It's a picnic for the grease tween the Lidgerwood system and ; r
shark a school of menhaden all herdedup strong solution of washing soda Cuban Heels.'A the one submitted by the Thames: .We are all wise. The difference be- ELEVATION[ FROM 2,250 TO 5,000FEET..

for its benefit It swims leisurely made with boiling w fet is most' effectual Iron 'Works, which has also been installed tween persons is not in wisdom, but}a Goregous Mountain Scenery, three magnificent lakes, countless '

Into the midst of them,"opens its mouth and should be used very hot The Latest-Style- : on the Abarenda. The conditions art-Emerson. beautiful waterfalls, pure and bracing air; trout fishing in treams

Wd takes in half a dozen menhaden at immediately ..following a thorough for the Lidserwood and Thames and lakes, boating, bathing, horse back riding, driving, mountain

a gulp. It swims around and bites out cleaning with:warm .joajpsuds.: Pre- Come take a look at systems. The navy are io'entical.department has made -- -------- -- climbing and all indoor amusements. -

haIr: a dozen more from the school It pare a sufficient quantity 'that the public the programme for the dock FIVE CHARMING HOTELS. .. .

C3rges Itself without effort' But' the drainpipe also may be thoroughly ing of -vessels of the Atlantic fleet at TOXAWAY INN, Lake Toxaway, FAIRFIELD INN, Lake Fat,
l11enhaden are not nearly as much dis- flushed. them the Brooklyn yard. The dates for now open. I H. AIKEN, Man. field, opens July 1. W. H. &. C.

brOOd by the presence of the monster __. ; I docking at and leaving the yard are Your Hotel ager. Special rates during June. A. MARTIN, Manager

Dimming about among them as they The Care (Linen. $3.50 as follows: vMaine' between June 23 SAPf'HIRE INN, Lake Sapphire,

ire by the charging bluefish. The shark :No linen will become yellow when and 29 and leaves July 3; Kearsarge WILL SERVE THE FRANKLIN, Brevard, opens now open. MRS. P. CRISP Man-
takes between 'June 25 and July 2 leaving July 1. A. LAMBORN, Manager. ager.
half!
a dozen
fish at
or more a if it is rough dried be.
packed away June 3ft
: Kentucky and July
I bhe while the bluefish only bites aPiece forehand. It'must have no starchin ,7 July leaving 7; July -11; Alabama May 28 THc LODGE, Summit of Mt. Toxaway, now open. MRS A. BUR-
out of a sIngle. but there is DICK Manager. .
fish it and should be folded without 'and \June W leaving July 2; Indiana GrapeNuts
only! one shark, while there may be In this conation!! it maybe Boston May -24 and May 29 leaving June 30; The hotels are modern, and are noted for perfect service..Addresseither : ('
thousands ironing. : '
of bluefish plunging and Iowa -June 19 and June 22 leaving hotel for rates. :
Baring incessantly and killing and kept for years wtthout showing June-27;. iWest Virginia May 31 and IF YOU ASK 'For descriptive booklet and general information address
taiming at every stroke. The shark's the least sign. of deq piWd .. TJse : :June-9 leaving June 30; PennsylvaniaMay JOHN C. BURROWES, Pret.,

1 orate, but1 under each circumstances pure soap, fresh clean water and an Shoe Store: 31 and June 14; Colorado May ......._ Lake Taxiway, Co N. C.
toe menhaden have less of fear than abundance of'it, 'much air and sun- 14 and! 25 and leaving June 15; Maryland and with cream to pour over it. The |lake region of'the South. The Toxaway Hotel j
* 117 S. PALAFOX June 14 and June 16 leaving Remember special rates at Toxaway Inn during June.
ST..J.J .
hare avoid starch.] ,
of
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need and
. iibt: .DIit JODfttal an not, article be advertised in any this.store way that,. ,and could it "
"Old man ,Smitb-thafs MoW 's fa- TtS IN A NAME? I
fc the only way to do when but a few ther-didn't'like me nearly as well U : WHA

I inches space is used. he did Jim; but, seein* that Mollle preferred
Here Is the whole thing' In a few me, I wasn't caring much about -

DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY.: words. Use space sufficient to allowa her dad's opinion."It .Be Sure
A Piano's Good Reputation
good description! of each article wasn't no use for us to try to jet
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY
write this description in: a live and spliced In Columbia for everybody I!

...B I... convincing manner. Change copy knew that her father had ordered her Kranich & Bach Packard. Lester, Mehlin, Clutter. Great piano names,

k often, give true 'Value and you win not to,be Been with me. So the only m conviction of artistic excellence E
THE: JOURNAL COMPANY. results thing for us to do was to watch our' these. They carry sure superiority m
receive good from your advertising -

.-B. S. Moore in ,The Advertising place chance along and go the off line.on the quiet to 80mEt-1 I construction and reliability in every detail of tone and finish. Anyone m

FRANK L. MATCS. President and General Ma"."... World.CONDITIONS. and"I got thought the whole It over thing for several in shape.days I', of them will'make your family happy. Easy to buy. Easy to pay. Get

C HHHH
told Mollle to come down to the roundhouse -. .
(MEMBER 'THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. IN '" ,. about' 7 o'clock one night' and I one today. ,

11' ISLE OF CUBA #' would take her for a little ride on 'my- &i

\ SUBSCRIPTION RATES. *"i- New Orleans-States. ** .I engine.1 bad given the hint to Jack, my 1 Oldest Music and House Largest'in Clutter Music House 114-118S.PaldpltSt.PhonelSPENSACOUA ."'.

One Yea.r..s 00 Ono Month..*...... ......... *5 U itfl'i. fireman: and he was on hand when 11 i I. Florida .
Six Months.... ....... ..?.. 2 50 One Week................ K* tl lriE #>f- Hfl i backed out on the main track, leavin''.j.ji j I GEO. W. C. CLUTTER, Tree. B. E. CLUTTER Sec l!
Three Months..... ........ 125 Weekly Edition, per ,.ear. .$! O( -. i Jim's engine in the roundhouse. Mollie -1, ar !:Bi i:
,For some time past there have:been was waitin', and she jumped on the j

The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed disquieting rumors concerning conditions tank like an engineer's sweetheart
in Havana and other Cuban ought to do. Just! as we were pullln' wanted" 101 1 1knoW' I .N1.
sN01HQ1 1N1i0ldHfP1S.MeIIen&CoI.
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. i(I out Jim came around the corner., His yelled as the steam gauge jumped up Then the, superintendent
cities and the acknowledged existence his e
out
again. what he meant by takin'
there last summer and fall, of an epi eyes'! opened, I tell you. "Well, that did the business. We ongine without orders, and the end of
'Where you goin', Bill? he shouted.
OfficII.108 and 110 East I Papers en'Saleon Train* demic of dengue. caused many to suspect ''Just out for a little ride,' I remarked reached the top of the grade without It was that Jim not only lost the girl I F i iv

Government. Phone38" and at all News Stands. yellow fever. -Yesterday's announcement : coolly, puttin' Mollie on the i Jim gainin' another inch, and then we but got suspended as.well"A .

"' -,..-_ ... A At.. ..... J _d. of a case in" the hospital i box In front of me so I bad to put my begun to slide downward. Great Jupiter Risk Venture. : Handle Nothing :

at Matanzas, while'not. sufficient to I arms around her to reach the levers. I how we did drop down that hill!
in usIng -
all risky
occasion much should never- saw Jim gasp and start on a run to- The noise was terrific and the old machine "Is there anything at i But t
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.: WEDNESDAY MOlb. 'L"'ro. MAY 23, 1906 concern :I ward :Mollie's house, where he knew rocked like a cradle. Lookin' this new scalp tonic of yours?
I theless cause the authorities to increase -I 1 t I must admit sir
I _._ .... I j her father was. I II I back, I saw Mollie standin' on the tank "Well I suppose I THE VERY BEST !
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their vigilance in guarding the something of a hair raising experiment" I
It Is
"In holdin the brake her dress Cut-
that I two minutes we were splnnin', in on by ,
Let Us Have issues notice an embargo on Baltimore American. J
entrances to New Orleans:
traffic from the gulf ports will go three hummln', and in five minutes we terin', her hair blowin' and her eyes of i i.j
jjh a City Stock Law into effect May 25, for the reason Unfortunately, by reason of the fact I were tearin' through the valley like a shinia' like star*. I'll never forget that :
that the fever, in the gulf states was that passengers. can go from Havana cyclone. It was a pitch dark night, and sight. f George Eliot and "Homo" Everything. \
\ Cattle should be prohibited from not promptly .reported last year. Of to New York and from thence by rail not a thing could be seen ahead. "I'knew that as soon as Jim reachedthe George Eliot's first arrangement with *

|- !running at large in the streets of course, that Is not a good reason. to New Orleans In less time than the i There they come,'. yelled Jack before top of the hill he'd be after us lick. the publisher of "Romola" was for no .j i

IBensacola. Cuba would say more truthfully that six days' requirement of the Louisiana., we had gone ten miles. I II ety split, and I begun to fear we less a sum than 10,000 guineas. "As
Property owners In this city ehould the act is one of retaliation. It is is 1 "Lookin' back, we saw a shower of j j I couldn't make the riffle this time,but that is so very large a figure," he said, Clean heavy clipped WLift
quarantine laws, our danger greater
as if one were to say: You quaran- 1 sparks Just visible above.the treetops.j jj [ all at once a thought struck me. I shutoff 1 "I must run it through fifteen numbers Oats. I
and ,
{ be protected from the cows tine us 'and we quarantine you. Irrespective from the back door than from the front. We concluded at once that was Jim I steam and yelled to Jack to put on of the Cornhill." "No," she answered; i No. 2 White Corn, pure Braa

horSes that are permitted to roam of the existing conditions.It entrance. It has been established: that'!I and ilollle'g dad and that we would I t I the hand brakes. He jumped to the "it must finish in twelve numbers or and Shorts 1

; I Indiscriminately through the public quarantine certainly business time were that reduced the whole to,. while the majority of cases occur within -I have to do some pretty tall. travelin'to wheel, Mollie helpin' him, and in a few I the artistic effect o>. ,the story will be i Chick Feed, consisting of 2'' :

{ streets and over private lawns despoiling Borne sort of order. The way thingsare hve days from the date "of infectionyet avoid capture minutes we bad nearly stopped. lost I quite understand the necessityfor articles healthy growth for the of the rapid aa: 1

flower-beds shrubbery gardens now conducted', no one knows about thirteen per cent of the: "Mind. you,',Jim carried a gun. The j jI "'Jump down quick, Jack, and open Its prolongation from a commercial hatched. neT; :

and other private property 'what will be the restrictions' or why cases require six days .to develop,1 engines .re:pretty :well.matched, but I, the switch' I said. 'I'm goin' to run up point of view so 1 we'll say ,7,000 i Wheat and Mixed Fee fog 4*
they are Imposed. It ought to be the sldin.' guineas instead of the 10,000." .And
; :whiCh the citizens are :now power of course I was somewhat the hen. J
less to protect impossible for any state, county or hence, to ibe safe the'LouiS1a.na' and,I Just ahead was a heavy Jiervous.1 "In less time than it takes to tell it 7,000 guineas was accordingly paid for i Condition Powders for norse,, '
official to declare a retaliatory quar Texas regulations require ix days' detention. the eidin' the switch reset the copyright Three thousand guineasseem
we were on
There Is not another city in Florida,I I"miles long, and 'I knew It would be a cow and poultry. J:;
'. for that matter and antine. In less than. siX. .days a passenger tough pull to get over it, but once on for the main track, and then I run up a large sum to give up for. an Conkey's Celebrated Pouitn i< >
00;: nor anywhere is may come from Havana to New,I the other side vf the hill our chances in the woods ,and stopped. We shut off artistic scruple, but she did It T Remedies roupe, cure caol) rat
hardly a country village that a The Importance of American fish-
Orleans by way of New York or Pen, for gettin' away would be good. all lights. and waited cure gape cure and lice k'ilex 1
far 'behind the times in the matter off. eries Is shown :by the report of the is, 'Do "In a minute or two we heard a Bad For Creditors.In If you live In town telephone
sacola, hence our greatest danger your best, Jack, to keep up
protection from stock as Pensacola. Commissioner of IFlsheries for the : faint faint rumbling, which changedinto the faraway benighted commu- *.
from these po'!nts. steam! I called across to the fireman. us.If
We boast of the beauty of our city, year 1905 just issued. The total "Mollle was restin' In my arms as a roar. Then we could distinguish nity of nameD, In Africa the old fash- In neighboring towns w.te *
invite the At the recent conference in Wash- the rllckety click of wheels passin' over ioned method of 'throwing a debtor to us.
sing its praises abroad, and value of the catch during year quietly as If we had been slttin'! on the tW
ington Drs. Irion and Taber strongly the ends of rails, the rattle of machinery Into prison whore he Is safe from the
people to visit us and invest In propcrty was $56,250,000, exclusive of fisheriesIn | haircloth sofa .in her'parlor., her lips 1
the Insular possessions and the urged that six days should be required half and the hissin' of steam, while the tormenting visits of his creditors, is
:: here. open and the wind blowin' her
t. puffin of the exhaust was so rapid as not followed. Instead, he Is practically -
':And 'yet when a visitor does come enormous quantie taken for home to elapse between: the departure of, hair all over.my face. Mighty sweet itI F. S. MELLEN & CO. !!
a vessel from an infected port and its to blend into hollow thunder."A turned over to the mercy of the
smelled, too I hadn't much time
he sees cattle feeding in the strejtsand consumption and by sportsmen. 232- landing at a healthy port oh the Gulf,I about ut. whirlwind of sparks became risible creditors in a literal sense. A heavy

!.. > he is told that while we should 000) 'persons are engaged in the industry but they were overruled "by the surgeon I'to think such.things then. and then with a hop, skip and tree log is attached to his bare leg, i Phone 334.Pensacola i
t be glad to have him invest money and the capital Invested ex- general in so far as'those ports i "All of a sudden we heard a whistle, jump Jim's engine passed us like a and this, he Is obliged to drag after
: and It sounded right behind I i
t!, !here we can offer his property no ceeds $82,000.000. under his control are concerned. us. streak of runaway llghtnin', the occu- hla wherever .fes goes There is no Fla. i
::11:, from the roving animals Therefore, the principal) point of dan jumped with dismay and looked back.' pants never dreamin' we were on the escaping the creditors now, and the
tf protection The automobile season is on. The to New Orleans from those There was Jim,.!less than half a mile sidin'. remains bound to big ankle !
t '(which eat trample or otherwise ger log until ...11.000...............
r. upon Standard Oil monopoly has increasedthe ports E where the quarantine: is Under, away, comln'Ukfi'house afire. Mollie "We hunted up the nearest preacher his debts are paid.C.rioaltfea.
p.'.. destroy every: class vegetation that price of gasoline. the direction of the Marine Hospital I looked too. Then her eyes fell onJ'act. married, me with my face all -
er AS in sight. Service. The regulations! of that ser I whose wood was gettin low and who black and grimy and Mollie without of W man.

t* Pensacola property owners have today The Methodist conference is over vice operate to the disadvantage: of had rolled a. barrel out from the back. any hat for the wind had blowed it Women'pin from,left to right; men GreatReduction

r $100,000.00 worth of fences and and Birmingham is ready to break New Orleans, hence we 'can see al-t part of the tank and was tryin' to away. Jack was witness, and I let him from right" to leftWomen button

f ere compelled to maintain them simply out again. ready the truth' of some Of the objections bust the head in.- kiss the bride, for I thought he deserved from right to left;' mea from left to
that a few cow-owners may allow that have been urged against the "She slid out; of my arms and hold- It. We got back to Columbia about right Women stir from left to right
.. control of all qitarantilie- matters toy In''on the levers l* got down beside the midnight< and next mornin' 1 took out t J (their tea, for instance);men from right
their cattle to run at large throughout the federal
Advertisingfiardvvare government
fireman. ,The:fi 'st.1 knew of It was the express as If notbln' had happened. i' to left. Women seldom know the difference i in
the city. It seems to'be'the opinion of experienced \\
Stores, physidans'! that .the period or when I saw' Her, ,fishing out big ,fat "What became ,of ;J1m Why the between. .a right and a left
:
;. Afence, is an ugly thing as well as danger is from the 'introduction of the hams from the jbarrel and passin' themto blamed fool actually run right straight shoe and if a housemaid brings up a

an expensive one and in Pensaco'.a'si The problem of hardware advertis- disease from the o tatde.- ',For thai Jack, who was. feedln' the furnace ahead all night till he reached Char- I, man's boots she will nine times out of

f i every property owner Is com- ing seems to receive but little atten- reason we cannot'be too careful in our with 'em. I didn't ,stop to ask any lotte the next mornln'. He was the ten place them ro, that the points will

..pelled to go to the expense of erect- tion through the advertising journals. efforts to prevent its being brou'ght questions._'Bully for you. Jackf. I worst surprised man In the state when diverge. Can these peculiarities be

r'i g a, fence about his premises and This factseems strange as I believe into here this summer hej,found wehad ghnbim the slip. I explained London Truth.

\ make the place look ugly just for the the hardware dealer should receiveas Eye
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?4 cake of permitting possibly one manoufof .
much attention and help as does '
1C1'IC I.f-SfC 4.l'lC4.l T 't-d 7 t. ,'A'f',1 A K TCtT..M1.1-1CISgM'll'LrR' ,,../ICk.ICtP11PIC fl-a. 7f .YA;Io rnassest
I a hundred to let his cow roam the merchant. .
grocery or dry goods
t. in the streets. Comparing his ,advertising in general]: i OFFICIAL RETURNS DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY .
t The condition is an unjust one to ,
.. with that of other merchants, I believe t
i. every owner of real estate poor ss him to be very much in need A: ELECTION MAY 15 1906."r i
;if well, as. rich. and it is in addition to assistance in this line. ,

I:;' that an antiquated one which no city There_ are a great many dealers PREClNUrS1 2 3, 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 !21 22 '23 Total MaJ. We are now sellingHawkes' I II

other than Pensacola has permitted who do not use advertising space, Representative in Congress: I

( in the past 25 years. and) interviewing these I have found Wm. B. Lamar. .. .. .. .,;.," 27 29 12 23 .36 30 35 25 28 54 33 319 222 183 276 8 30 14 14 23 25 29 7 1482 '1218

r i. .,The city council can remedy the them to be divided into two classes Jefferson D. Stephens. .,.... 1 6 8 2 "' 5 1 0 0 1 1 0. 47 39 32 69 0 2 2 2 3 1 1. 11 i 234

!,. i. ''whole matter by passing. an adequate One class does not believe it pays! Railroad Thomas ComMissioners J. Appleyard.: .. ... 1 8 5 7 6 9 3 13 3 21 10 99 '67 46 80 6 5 7 4 11 5. 4 1 421

stock ordinance and The Journal, together to a.dvertisetheir line. They seem : 1:. B. Bailey. .. .... .. .. 24 34 23 11 27 .15 7 8 3 27 18 142 107 74 156 1 18 6 11 11 10 21 18 775
{ 'with the very vast majority to think people know' everything they N. A. Butch.. .. ..... .. .. 19 15 6 13 17 15 24 9 18 7 4 181 139 111 166 3 19 7 5 21 15 28 14 856 $2.50 Eye Glasses

: of the :people throughout the city, carry and when needing anything i in R. Hudson Burr..9 25 16 13 ,28 17 34 17 22 40 31 194 128 107 159 3 18 8 11 12 13 ,13 3 921
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[ 1 trusts that the council !will do it Supreme Court Justices: '
their line will come to their store foi Thos. L. Clarke. ... .... .. 23 24 11 17 24: 15 '9 '10 6 27 25 137 S4 94 138 1 27 4 11 19 17 18 1 752 for

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f {position of editor and manager of j the know that stoves, stove pipe, dooi a Jas. B. Whitfield.......... .. 6 17 10 4 12 17 12 5 14 '23 3 181 125 77 153 6 4 9 7 8 9 14 17 733

) QuinCy Herald and Era one of the hinges nails, etc., can be found in a I State Senator: $1.25
A hardware store. But the progressive I Jno. S. Beard... ... .. .... 26 46 32 32 42 35 24 22 32 55 83 354 228 187 333 7 37 23 19 23 28 34 18 1675
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best all around 'Weeklies published In Representatives In Legislature:
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I the state. The (Journal extends best store of to-day carries numerous ar M. 0., Baggett. ... .... ... ... 19 31 16 11 40 18 40 14 32 61 33 129 74 43 93 8 23 28 17 7 15,31 19, 802" *

[ (wishes and predicts the continue tides which, a great many people dc Chas. M. Coaton.. ..: ..... 13 19 11 18 <10 27 10 0 21 4 0, 233 149 112 191 1 30 10 8 2 25 11 (0 05 : -

i (prosperity of its contemporary under not know where to find. Prior tc M. Jacoby ... .:. .. :. ...... 15 18 13 7.11 7 6 17. 2 35 2 79 82: 83 119 1 12 1 13 18 1 10 2 653 *
the new management. commencing work in the advertising J. E. wng..t. 9 '22 11 4 23 0 30 14' KJ 22 4 85 45 27> 95 1 5 7 1 15 10 5' 2 440 '

t field, I was employed in a retail grot Geo. T. Morgan:... ..... .... 1 6 12 1 1 4 0 4' 427 153 96 95 143 2 6 8 0 7 1 7:15' 595 \W A. D'Alembene
clothing and Jerry J. Sullivan, Jr... .... 0 9 0 14 2 7 12 9 2 0 1 78 70 51 76 2 3 0 4 6 6 7' 'I 360 ,
ry.. dry goods store- .
14 Tax Assessor:
: Cuba's QuarantineI ant was often'requested by lady cuatomere W. W. Richards.. .. ..... 28 45 25 27 '36 31 39 25 32 61 33 330 228 179:272: 7 33 25 21 28 25 32 20' 158-2 Druggist and Apothecary,
1 Gulf t2 direct them to some store Tax Collector: .

.. Against Coasts* where tney could purchase such ar N. MoK. Oerting. .. .... .. 2 3 16 2 1 3 3 5 1 9 2' 116 65 42 105 1 :3 1 0 2 .1 ,0 ./iS83 121 f South, Palafox Street Peasacala: Hi,

J The Quarantine which Cuba has tides as agate, iron and tinware J. S. Roberts ..,....... ... 27 47 17 32 44 34 42 25 31 51 31 294 213 185 286 8 41 25 21 28 28 33 18 1561 117 -:=

s Inaugurated against United States talk pullers and shell i County Treasurer:
f gulf ports seems to be senseless in hammers John G. Welsh ........ ... 11 13 21 14 8 11 30 12 3 32 24 169 137 128 235 1 5 9 1 3 6 4 2 879
brackets, tacks, zincs etc. The J. Ed. Williams .. ... .. .. .. 18 43 18 20 40 24 20 '22 30 33 .10 218 131 98 169! 7 38 21 21 2523/ 31 1&-!. ,1078 91
(the extreme especially In view of greater part of such Tequests were ': Thos. F. ...... t u
i Wrighton. 1: 2 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 1 0402416161 1 0 0 0 1 O'O 108 !
the fact that yellow fever has existed -
from women, who evidently had never Supervisor of Registration:
:. on the island practically all 'win been obliged to Investigate sucl W. M. J. Scott. .. .. ...... 22 41 28 29 38 33 43 27 29 60 33 312 204 155 263 8 36 24 23 28 26 32 20' 1514

'ter, while no sign of the scourge has matters, bate their ignorance in thi School Board: ". .1 ,
appeared in the gulf states. The :Mobile respect District' No. 1, EXCURSION.TO .
Is W. E. Anderson........ 22.U 15 27 31 34 32 19 25 59 33 305 206 182 278 8 @6 19 15 28 25' 33 'lg 1479District i
Jteglster under*the Impressionthat The dealer who advertises continually No. 2. t ',
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it was declared simply In retalia- changing. his copy often an d H. G. DeSIlva .::.;....:'.,' ,19 29 10 25 34 26 25 14 16 44 30 271 182 164 234 8 24 13 8 21 16'.28 'W' "*:1260 MARIANNA AND RIVER JUNCTIONMAY
tion' and has the following to rewarding No. 3. : .
say telling of the seasonable goods he District : 28. 1906.
the matter: has In stock, and occasionally mentioning e W. M. .Agerton... .. ...'. .., 7. 13 3 9 6 11 23 14 11 39 25 153 118 87 117 0 12 18 9 14 10 15 t.* 721 29 ..
': The attitude of caution adopted by the 'little W. D. Habbard: .. ...... :.. 21 27 7 14 25 18 16 14 13 31 9 98' 62 38 186 9 16 9 12 17 18 16 116 692 iFflrst and only chance to visit pourof !:
articles, such a:s interest on the P. & A. R. R.Wi L
.
: the Quarantine Board of Mobile Bay, County Commissioners: .
t" oa
brackets tack pullers e'wil I leave on regular tran
District No. 1. passenger
,' :wIth relation to travel from Cuba, is '
: now justified by the official announcement bring 'these and other ,people to hi;s J. B. Roberts........... .. 30 42 20 31 35 27 42 22 26 59 ,.33 ,285 190 135 '290 8 36 20 13 28 19 27 20- 1438 1084 Monday morning May 28, and! re ra:
} of a case of yellow fever store and will ,carry the trade of e. C. F. .Zeek..5 0 3 .3 2 7 8 1 4- 2 1 0"/ 99 65 71 64 0 2 4 2 0 11 I 5'. ... 354 on 30. Fare for round trip to :\brlaJ'na

at Matanzaa. There was yellow fe town. District No. 2. '- and River Junction $2.50 Peneacola. -
let in Havana early in February, The other class are the dealerswho Jno. A. Merritt...... ...,'.... 8 24 8 17 28 28 24 15 16 7 .4 204 131 129 151 7 22 13 12 12 24 ,19 : l t'13. 87Wm. Fare from Milton same as :irifl

and, .at the life of the stegomyla !bel5eve| that advertising J. Sennott.. ........ 19 24 17 10 14 5 15 11 10 54 28 143 119. 81 207 2 11 10 5 7 5 '10 .19 826 to
I -
pays For further applY
mosquito extends to, at least ninety: District No. 3.- .. V':; art Information .
days and perhaps much longer, there when it is properly Tone, but do noi Jas. M. Andrews.... ...a... 30 33 25 17 15' 17 31 17' 14 56 29 186 102 58 '191 5 12 12 11 15 16.-22, 18 4 932 11 ROBT KING.VVOOD

was reason to fear ,that some of the know how to go about it. A. C. Blount. Jr..,: .. .... 1 10 1 11 -%"", 11' 4 3. 7 4 I 5 152 136 123 132 2 21 10 2 9 13:: 7 0' 664
pols carrying insects would continUe The ad of a' few inches space tha!L W; .A. Shelby..,......,... ... 16 11 3 27 7 4 7 10 '4 0. 30 27 23 49 2 3 3 9 4 2J' 4 '. ? 257
active; and that fever would reappear does .pay .is the one that specializes District No. 4. ', -* ". :

Simply as a matter of pre- on one'or ,two articles, such ads tel 1 W. H. P; Bronson.... .... 4 3 13 1 9 9 26 20, 1 0,* ,2 72 69 75 100 2 1 9 20 I 0 1'.5 .' 0. -HZ
caution quarantine was declared ; H. C. Clopton. .. .-......... 15 29 8 22 28 24 0 8 17 81 198 126 100 150 0 '39 15 2 0 294: 1 ::8U
Against 'Cuba, which was modified the most superior, useful needfu 1 Jno. A. Wiggins........... 9 20 6 11 5 2 27 7 14 60 31 75 42 23 72 5 5 8 1 28 0', 25,181* 494 All kinds that you want.
later by an, order permitting imknunes and desirable qualities of the articlE e District No. 5. -

to enter our port from Cuba. in question These ada. convince Jas. R.; Steward..t.........' 26'3t 18 22. 38 33 38 31 35 60 33 246 158 137 .203 9 26 21 20 26 C9 ; 32 19 1294 !
tut no' other'ersons.. This provision the people that they need the article Justice Peace Dlat. No. 2. 8AK AND PINE

tu action now been of extended to all ports described,:the result is, they vial t J., I* Bell.,................ .. 3 .. ... .. .. .. .. .. !. S5 53 30 29 41 .. .. .. ... .. .. ..., 156 i
br the
-: >Mce. It is marine that hospital ser the' tore that advertises the good s: J. D. Goss. .. ....... ...... .. 9 .. .. .. .: .. ... .. .. .. 89 57 35 54 .. ,. .. .. .. ... ,. ;ef '244 cheaper than you can W
Matanzas will hoped to the case at and, sales Your R. L. Nleheken.. ....... ... 34 .. .. ,u .. .. '.. ..' ,' .. 220 154 120 199 .. :. '.'" .. ,'" '.. .. 727 39 It anywhere. Any in you
be begin. customer :
that more prove drastic quarantine sporadicand !s Geo. J. Slocumb........ ... 4 .. ... 'If .. .. ..' .. :., ,. 54 46 47 97 .. ,.. 'S ... .. .... .. .... 248 ; Waft!.
restrictions
prove live advertisements and yoi County Executive Committee: .

'Cuba however,,may not, is be trying necessary.to make it need not run same copy more thai 1 Chairman;. Frank Rellly.... 24 34'' 20 23 32 29 32 24 20( 53. 33 266 192 172 262 9 21 16 15 28 23* 32 19 1378 = E.i 6. SEWELLPhone

appear that the danger from fever. twice, but change and tell them o:E Sec. A. H. D'Alemberte.... 24 37 19 25 35 25 23 20 20 K 23 27.5 185 165 240, .9 19 18 18 28 .20 23 18 1340 !

1 'texists' on this side of the water and something' else you nave that the]y Sm*** ***#*4iH! 614.
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A TIME OF PAID AND PERIL- PEOPLE_ and EVENTS ei Great Special Sale s 1'Boys'


hires Emma Cole Says that Lydia B. ;
pt h&oijS Vegetable Compound has

Saved. Ear'Ufa and Made liar Well Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, 'Come and

How many lares of bee.Qtifulyoung 'I

girls were have ripening been into.sacrificed womanhood lust as I How they Tarry
many irregularities or displacements
have been deTelopeji/ at thia important v' ,
period resulting lajears of suffering, I IJAissEmma f. NELLIE BECK. 7e.lIon.6G9. .

mu; :UI:. We have just received :' ,

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MRS.NEW CITY REAGER! tAKES.ENTERTAINS The Journals Daily Fashion Feature One Thousand Pairs ir: .

Mrs. Reager entertain the' New
City Ladieg Flinch Club very pleasantly :t .
at her home corner Tenth' avers 1 ,f'. ;
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ue' and Thirteenth street Tuesday af > II --, t ,:

( Ifw ternoon.: I Being a new line with us and wishing to acquaint the ti;
There were three, tables,,and-a few"extras" "f"I
'but no special gu sts. i \] public with the fact, we have decided to offer the entire j It "

'b4; 47Ak bert Ice were cream served cake after and the lemon game.sher-The f line at prices that will bring you to our store to buy 'ft l ; _

place of next meeting !was not decided L j" ,'
upon but will be announced later. r :
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ColeA ST. PICNIC KATHARINE SATURDAY.-+SCHOOLTO -, ,! "- 1';t><,- Boys' Knee Trousersill.ill.


6t Katharine Sunday school /Will : ,a ,:',,-
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mother should come to her child's told its annual basket picnic Saturday

aid at this critical time and rememberthat I at Electric Park, and everybody I tj -
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable 'interested Is cordially invited. 'd
Compound will prepare the system for !iRev. Jesse R. Bicknell and the I J t
the coming change and start this try.ing Sunday school of St. John of War r '
period In a young g irl's life without rlngtoa will join, and all will have. a I All 25c Wash Trousers 19c :: i :.

pain or irregula.rl*. lovely day together. This Sale ;{ r
Miss Emma Cole oITullahoma.Tenn., St Katharine school will leave I '
writes: town on the 10 a. m. car, and the All 50c White Duck (t
Dear. Mrs Pinkham: ride will be free to all. tSy
"I want to tell you that I am enjoying better -+- Pique and Linen Wash 42c : ; :- .
health than r have for years, and low, .
it all to Lydia E. Finktam's Vegetable Com TO SPEND JUNE 4N Trousers ,
pound. STATELY BOSTON, MASS.
..When fourteen years of age I suffered almost Miss Katharine MoCord Smith I All 75c Wash Trousers : <:
constant pain. and tor two or three leaves Saturday for Savannah 63c tAll
rears I had tormeta and pain in my side, 'whence she sails for Boston to attend J in Bloomer Style t
headaches and was dizzy and nervous, and
the dedication of the large aa'ditlon' I "
doctors all failed to help me. ,
Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compoundwu to the First Church of,Christ Scien 50c Worsted and : ;:
recommended, and alter taking it my 43c : pAll
health began to improve rapidly,and I think tistThe First church is, the mother Cassimere Trousers r
saved my Ufa. sincerely hob eiperienca church or "Mrs. Eddy's .church. The I: : .- '
will be_ toother :
oare
help passing
from girlhood-womanhood:for I know main building, a magnificent struc- i :-
your Compound will do as much for them., ture and an ornament to even Bos 75c Wool Trousers (J7G

If you know of any young girl who js ton's aggregation of splendid architecture i 7
sick and needs motherly advice ask her has:just completed & large ,
to write Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mas, addition at': an ,expense of one mIl- ,, All our fine $1. Worsted o
and she will receive free advice which lion dollars; and Miss (Smith goes to and Serge Trousers in both Q / (C J Jpbfo ,._ : '
will put her on the right road to a witness the ,impressive dedicatory
strong,healthy andhappywomanhob d. service which will attract the faith- 1 and bloomer style .
Mrs. Pinkham is daughter-in-law of ful from all points of the compass.' r
Lydia E. Pinkham and for twenty-five Boston in June is at its best ,
years' has been advisiog sick wcmen while a sea trip at this season Is an ; r'j

free of charge.: enviable experience, and everybody LAS Zl ALL THIS WEEK. '
trusts Miss Smith may have an ideal WILL 7 .
trip from departure to return. ;

Star of the Sea Mrs. John A.-+-Merritt's many i This is a chance save money on your BO Y'S ,, ''

friends will 'be pleased to learn that TROUSERS. Come early and get the pick.
she is up and around the house, .
grea.tlyimp since her recent ", '


MARKET illness.Mrs. and Miss Coston* who left Fri i I WATSON PARKER & REE E ,
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ROBT. L. EDMDNDSON. day have reach Virginia .safely and --, Jii //1 I )

are happily ,situated for the summer. ,
106 S. Palafox. Telephone 1295. *' : H SUCCESSORS TO GREEN & WATSON. :: '
,i
tMrs. J. C. Greenwhohas been se- I,
riously ill, was improving and ableto SIMPLICITY, IN LINGERIE FROCK. !, 33 and 35 South, Palafox Street. ; ,
sit a little while yesterday to
up ) Simplicity of line, with beauty ofi skirt is attached to a BOinUd yo/ K ;'
Fresh Meats, the great pleasure of her'ta.InUy and materials and trimmings S characterIzes -] of lawn, shaped and featherboned n. I '_" i,
Green Groceries, and many friends" ;+ many of the lingerie frocks of' the' figure- and inset 'with Valenciennes ,__ __ r :' _" =, : j. f ;tt

'. '. ,Poultry :: ::,,\.t,.;t. TheExcelsiors meet .this"afternoon this .summertime Fine, hand-run,' insertions, to the upper edge .' -:;; _=--=-= _._.=ring ----=_ =_ -- !
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tucks are much relied upon for trim- of which is Joined the full' Waist with
with Mrs; (Charles' J. Rice, 24 past
Eggs. Brainard. mlng effect in all the best models, its lace chemisette and,tucked yoke. j ORPHAN HOME her reputation as an accopmlishcd
often in conjunction with the, fine The sle.eves'a.re full,to the 'elbow and 1 soloist. I
-, -- lace ana embroideries in the form of finished'' with a double frill of wide The orchestra renedered the tone
Mrs. TJ -McGourin who visited
insertions, edgings and flounclngs. Valenciennes lace gathered: to a band CONCERTPENSiACOL'A poem entitled "Apple Blossoms" by rze. ,
: l BENEFIT
Mrs. B. W. at n.l Barrancas
Perry
Your Patronage is Respectfully while Mr. ,iMcGourin was-in Tallahassee This trmming feature is strongly exemplified of the insertion. The smart little Katharine Roberts, with much fidelity rr.F .
Solicited. : federal court is at in this charming pale: blue Sailor hat is "of fins white chip, band The personnel of the orchestra I IMax U:
with the now
lawn frock, the skirt of.; .which is ed and bowled >Nrtth blue taffeta ribbon J. and Ben Heinber, first violins: .
home
full and trimmed with ;fach-wida pink rosebuds and blue malin- I AMATEUR: MUSICIANS ,Fred Fairchild second violin, R. K.
Mrs. Beveridge Monroe of Savannah hand-ruatucks' in clusters of-two and ette mak1ngora' pretty ant effec' 'White,viola,R.EL-L. Cresap and Bir! .
Prompt Attention and the 'who is visiting her parents Mr.and three from knee-line to hem This tive bandeau ''trimmin'g. AND' VOCALISTS GIVE; INTERESTING Fred Fairchild cornets, J. M. Flinn I ;
W. LB: -wl1remarn piano, 'Ben Fairchild bass violin. I II
Choicest Supplies are airs .l. AND PLEASING: II I 1
some time. : ST. KATWARINE'3 CHURCH I .SCARBITT MORENO ''INJURED I
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guaranteed- + PERFORMANCE.That .
SUNDAY' SCHOOL PICNIC BY INJDOOR' BASEBALLScarritt Stop Grumblingif ,
The Married,!Ladies Tuesday Euchre .
I' ,
Club has given up cards and .1 you suffer from Rheumatism or : : :"
taken to the more invigorating amusements The annual picnic of St Kath pains, for Ballard's Snow Liniment'I
of boating and bathing for the rine's church Sunday school will beheld !f Moreno is nursing a disjointed Pensacola has an amateur orchestra will bring quick relief. It is a sure I '
summer. at Electric Fbrk{ (Palmetto:: finger as a result of some of accomplished musicians cure for( Sprains, Rheumatism, Contracted
Beach), Saturday May 26. The car Overly-enthusiastic indoor baseball was evidenced last night at the concert Muscles and all palnfi-and
GOOD Mr. W. S. Keyser: 'leaves to-day for! will leave the dummy station at 10, practice at the Y. M. C. A. yesterday under the aUJoI I within the reach of all. Price 25c, r
New York. a. m., returning at 6 p. m. ;''morning. It is genra3Iy supposed at library Hall 50c 100. C. R. Smith, Tenaha, Tex. -: .;
+ The Sunday school of St. John's'that the ball used in the games at pices or the Benevolent and Protective writes: "I have used Ballard's Snow AUTOMATIC Refrig-

Mr. Arthur Crow -Liverpool, Eng church Warrington will unite In this the Y. M. C. A. will not hurt a player, Order of Elks for the benefit of Liniment in my family for: years and erator has been to more '
land, who has been visiting his partner 'picnic. A cordial invitation is extended although some of them do.! come tall Pearl Eagan Home for children. have found it a fine remedy for all put
GINGER ALE :"Mr. W. S. Keyser leaves this: to the friends of both: dodging at times but Mr. :Moreno is the The program as published Sundaywas I pains and aches. I recommend it' severe test than any other _, :
week and sails Saturday: home. churches.It's physical evidence that, while the ball rendered throughout. :All of for pains in the chest. Sold by all; t;; '
.. 'I l maybe soft, it can still put a finger well by the druggists. "ice box" made. ;> i
accompanied
Mrs. Edmund Klingman of Narissa,, different' There's nothing like'out of joint when thrown in the the soloists were best known I I

is one of the most healthfulas Manitoba after a',brief stay with Pen the 'Blue Ribbon Flavor." Ask right way. to entire the orchestra.local public Those are: Mrs. F. E.]i I II No other refrigerator has
sacola friends; expects to leave to your grocer for Blue Ribbon Vanilla I I I 1 Columbia River Thrice Xamed.
'The
Koaizak's
well home. next time. Brawner, who sang I has had three I so many special and
as pleasing day for "I with her The Columbia river
If You Don't Life of Love is But a Day, exclu'f
e. called the Oregon. features. No :
\ I usual excellence and expression; MaxJ. names. It was first sive
Miss Katharine ,Perdue, who has succeed the first time use Herbine called the St Roque, '
solo Carl Bohm's"Legende" ; Afterward it was j
Summer Beveragesthat been teaching in. ,Atmore, Ala., is and you will get instant relief. The Heiniberg's with violin accompaniment, by; but when it was discovered by Robert i! frigerator f has the success record : : If

home for her vacation, greatest liver regulartor. A positive the orchestra was exquisite as was Gray in 1792 It was given the name of of the AUTOMATIC. .,.
'. "The Best is What We Sell" ,cure for Constipation, Dyspepsia, Malaria Pebley's rendition: of "Merri! his vessel, the Columbia, in place of "'r
:Mrs J. C. 4 i
of 'Atmore, Ala., I
Mrs. J. F. !Peayy liver
Chills and all complaints.
your family can drink. is in the city guest 'of Miss p rdue., Texas, writes ly I 'Roam," by G. Schleiffarth. :Miss the two floating appellations, Oregon 1
Mr. C-, of Emory : .
Klie: Wentworth's song of "OJy: Heart and St Roque. According to Whitneythe
We have a new brand: Miss Ellie Shultleworth. < and Miss "My herself wife and has children been using for five Herbine years. for It is Singing" was a treat. Miss AdaleOha1'fee's original name of the river was the :,' ;\ jl

Maude 'Muller are spending the remainder A fs'a cure for constipation and recitationA.ux Itallens, Orejon, '"big ear" or "one that has big :
of this week. 'with their sure which !is substantiatedby the singing part accompanied by the ears," the allusion being to the customOf :,>
malaria ,
cousin Miss Louise Palmes. fever orchestra, was all that could be desir the Indians who were found in its 107 SOUTH PAUATOX STREET .
:what it has done for my family. I
ed. stretching their ears by boring PENSACOLAThe
DELATOUR '. all druggists.Tl region of .
V. .Wood with her sister Sold< by Last night was the first opportunity with :
Mrs. A." : them and crowding them ornaments ', :
Mrs. J. 'T. Jordan..and' her niece Miss the Pensacola public has had to hear Iii == ",,"O'.h

Vera Jordan, of Ottumwa,,la., who are I SPAR Clac la the Riv !r. Mrs. Edward Forcheimer's well trained j
visiting: her, returned 'yesterday froma I It is little short of astonishing to voice. She sang Fosti's "GoodBye" WIlT b Itt j! i
visit to Mrs.', S. M.- Coffin in Mo musical skill fully just:fy- ,
GINGER ALE see how little water is required to float with Here is a question in naval science <
bile, accompanied ''brfTl. : Coffin. I j tho southern river steamers, a boat I which is ,to the average sailor man a i! s r i
1 l.
-''Who' ) loaded with parhaps a thousand bales riddle unsolved. Take a vessel of, say "Reason Why ;
Mr. James Lovett has been Sri, .

equal to the imported very improved sick,_that for a he long is now tme, able is go to much see,, I A' } I'of where cotton a boy clipping could along wade contentedly across the Show us a woman who is 2,500 tons. tons This; place gives on you It* a a cargo total of of 3,500 6,000tons. I I I People often speak to us ,:-. :, ":,

however, the Chatta- this about the popularity of our place : >
his friends to their: great pleasure as stream. Once, particular about Hitch a little tug to vessel 1 '>.. '
article, well as his own./ ,: I j hoochee got too low for even her light specially and she will yank the big craft I and the steady "comeback"habit l' '
v_ <- I 1 draft commerce, and at Gunboat her FOOTWEAR and the along at the rate of six or eight knotsan of every person who comes I ',

$1.25 dozenTry /Dainty little, cards' v'e been Issued 1I I i' shoals a steamer grounded. As the chances are, ten to one, she hour. Now put the tug's machineryIn here the first result time of This IB methods but ;
natural our
per which; read-"Agatha Luclle 'drinking water on board needed replenishing the big vessel. It won't move her the ,'j-,
of
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ours. business-using -I
King at home .from; ._4 to 6. May 24.: GUSASPARAGUS a deck band was sent ashore is a customer half a knot an hour. Why is this? of doing .
19024906.' of water buckets. Just Some dainty creations in E the very best materials that can .; J
il. i with a couple ,
I sodas and
make
to our
bad
a dozen bottles of I III I be
.. !,at this moment a northern traveler approached Ladies' Oxfords just received Ten Ton Take a Bath. creams. The natural result is ,'
Mrs. James T. x Geralds and son the captain of the boat, and When drying off after a bath standin .
velvety smoothness
this excellent drink. Jr have",returned from a visit I all leathers, a rich cream of
; all styles,
James asked him how( long be thought they the bathtub in water up to the an- and delicious flavor and .
three weelts in,Bir Ilingham. ASPARAGUS!! ,
of ; "
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We know it will : *. I would have to stay there. kles. When rubbed with coarse towels cool, sparkling soda that's fit <
please you. Mr.. and Mrs.,John. Hoist yesterday I We have Just received a new 1 -'''Oh, only until that: man gets back until the body is all aglow, step out for the gods. Cream furnishedIn
removed from' East ,Ga 'sden to 501 I shipment of Asparagus, and it's I with a bucket of water to poor into 0 $2.50 and wipe the feet; This prevents that quantities for dnners: entertainments -

West Chase. ,' I the best, too. I the river," the captain replied. Presently uncomfortable chilly feeling experienced picnics, etc.COFFEE .
+ Whole Asparagus, small,tins 20c, the deck hand returned, and the if one steps immediately out of a I

Baby :Marguerite,.infant, daughter I'I' Whole:Asparagus,]large tins 40c : stale water from the cooler was PAIRHEYER bathtub fun of water on to the bathmat r ..
Sol Cahn of Mr, and Mrs. William' Steele who! Asparagus Tips,medium'size 35cROSENftU&GERELDS ; ;1 emptied overboard.: Instantly, to the : ,
& Go '
has been very' ill, was' thought. to be amazement of the traveler, the boat Hot Biscuits and Rolls every
.- 5 o'clock.
improving' lash..evening began to move Love. morning at -lf
.+.' '"Well, !if that doesn't beat thunder!" We never can say why we love, but
The Pure Food Store Mr.! and'Mr., G. B. McQill arrived
he gasped. only that we love. The heart la ready :
from Cincinnati Sunday- her afternoon The fact was that the boat, touching SHOE COMPANY enough at te1gn1rig, cuse for all that Kltn !
who, many
Collins; ]
Southwest Corner Palafox and Intendencii with Mrs. friends will: ,be, glad tOj! the'bottom, bad acted as a dam: and ." it does or Imagines' of wrong but ask Kandy Cafe. f- .

Phones {IJZ8 by her treatment while .1n'* hospital I enough water to lift bir over the shoal ,Feet t Furnishers For Folks, and divine 'motives, and it can E 104 S. Palafox. Phone 999 ; f :.

there. Tuesday morning Mr. and',I II Phone 391. Pensacola.. and send her on &CT& the stream. dumb.s I
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I very Advertisement in Thes Columns /5 Read by





;;, t FOUR LOTS f For 5iBlllte Real Estate For I

I'P'operty acquired by Industry proves usually more lasting than '
i. lands by descent"YOUNG I' on East Hill, near car line OVERLOOKING REAL ESTATE MARKET

i! BAY AND BAYOU, 160 feet ,
I front by 137& feet deep Sale By

t FOR $1000 SPECIAL OFFERINGS I I.OF.
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t i MAN, HUSTLE !Jf I THIS$400 cash A BELUJTlFUiL and balance HOME at -8'per SITE.cent Lots 13 to 19, inclusive, of block L. S. BROWN 6 CO. .' ... ... I


Don't wait for your father to die to become a real 'LESLIE E. BROOKS 57, Belmont tract must be sold at The rise in real estate values in: HOOT:. N & WATSON I

,. estate You'll once. Pensacola can be easily seen by com ,
t owner. likely find it hard to keep the '
l' taxes pad if you do. !'r, Phone 462 'Fl her Building We will: move In a few days to the paring prices today and three -years

s ago And the opportunities to make. Leading .Real.Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.
I. corner of DeLuna and Government money out of Pensacola real estate area

l BUY A LOT YOURSELF i[, KLLP. V WANTED- -.. 'f ,. -_ streets. "What's good enough for Note'great the deal marked better improvements today than in ever the $1 _.500.0o-2 store Buildings and a dwelling, containing 6 rooms,near

t.WANTED young ladies to work In others is good enough' for us." Our city on every'hand-streets, sidewalkspubl Union'Depot. A fine investment
$2,500.00-0ne of the "prettiest> blocks on East Hill, containing 20
bottling department o( wholesale c buildings office buildings and lots,
f and with a house on It too. Then go to work, and- ,' drug house at once. Apply at Lewis present office will then be for rent. many' others contemplated. each 40x137% feet
& > The market, is better in reepeot. $3,800.00-5 very desirable lots on North Palafox. This is offered
pay for it. :Make first payment and then let the Co., 122 E. Government. Iti every
F rent and a part of your .earnings pay for it. When i I' there are more customers, a for short,time only..' _
f': that it done forget you had it and buy another.That's WANTED-Unmarried servant to stay general better feeling in the real es 6300.00Large -storrdwelUng on North Palafox on corner.
premises. Wages $15.00 late ,line and the certainty of enhancement $2,500.0G'room dwelling N. Hayne St Lot 80x125 feet
the way, to make money. See us about. it I per
i.F imonth.. Apply! 106 West Cervantes is now doubly assured. U,350.0\l-N\ !ce roomy dwelling, with large lot, stables and out houses

:, St. 22maylwr McDavid-Hyer Company, Just lay in"a few cheap lots or a I in excellent location on' DeVilliers St
bargain in and I $5OOO.Oo-TwG dwellings, in good neighborhood near car line, on N.
good renting property
r r WANT -Lady or gentleman of fair Agents New York Barcelona St '
: Pensacola Investment Company education to travel for firm of $250- Life Insurance Company. you,will make money.

000 captal.: Salary $1,072 per year,, 8 $2100 -Gets 5. beautiful: lots on E. PHONE 54 .No., 37 S. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L."
: payable weekly. Expenses advanced E. Government Street Gadsden St., on car line moneyin
A. H. D'ALEMBERTE City Manager. Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. these.
Address Geo. G., Clown Pensacola,
$315-12( room house, modern im
i W. R.KNOWUS, President. R. B. SIMPSON, Secretary I I'Fla. 22may2t provements, N. Guillemarde St., -

r. J.E. STIUHAN Vertex auf Gen. Manager. KNOWLES HYER Trealurar.t I WANTED Wanted near Confederate monument, '=
IMMEDIATELY

t f Rael Estate, loans, General Investments. I penters, $2.50 to $3.50; woodturner,.I I good neighbors. FOR SALEAll
I $3.25blind.; sash and door foreman'', MISS MARTHA: WHITING will take'. J1500 6 r. cottage, East Jackson, on ij1IOoubIeIfl

r. 215. South Palafox. Street Pensacola Florida. i I $4. All for Tampa; free transports. orders for home made preserves car line and overlooking the kind ot real estate for sale or

tions from any point; a year's work pickles and jellies. Address 521 N. bay. rent. North Hill and East Hill vacant
guaranteed. Boat sails from Mobile Spring. Phone 317. 19maylw $ 900-Gets cottage on East WrfghtSt. lots. Some very choice ones at

about Tuesday, 22nd inst. Our fees $5 ., renting" at $10 per month; good bargains for homes or Investment Value Inside
per man. Also want for other places HONEST WEIGHT AND HONEST "pick up. ,
sawyers filers, machinists, engineers DEALING-Is our motto. All goods J2100( -Exceptionally well bu'lt four One large lot 'On R. R. good factory

millwrights, bookkeepers and stenog: guaranteed first-class or money re room cottage on East Hill near or warehouse site. One water front

I raphers. Act quick. Those for Tampa funded. Orders placed with us, how carline; good neighborhood. I lot that a purchaser could make no

work better wire us, your expense. ever small, will receive prompt atten $1500, -2 full blocks in West King I mistake to buy. One 40-acre farm ofaYcar
From 12 to 16 Per Cent American Registry Co., Mobile Ala. tion. Get our prices before ,buying Tract well located for enhance aunt ou of 160 acres both near Pen

20maylw I II' elsewhere. E. B. Hoffman & Son, 57 ment. sacola.
E Gregory St. Phone'825. 15may $11000 WAN'IED-Good nurse. No small fronting, 3 streets, near L. & N. on Palafox St for sale. Fine Investment That is what a great deal of real es

: I' children. Apply at 619 N., Palafox. WANTED-The public to know that wharf.If property. Few choice offices I tate in Pensacola Is 'going to do and

On Your Money Isn't 20may. the Pensacola Building Association 'you have idle money or money for rent. some of it is, in the following list

WANTED-Men and boys wanted to has decided to follow the lead Girths not bringing! you its value, let us knowwe Turpentine men all get rich, and I Half lock in New City,
fronb
learn plumbin'g, plastering brick business forsa.l
turpentine !
laying. Special offer life scholar progressive! youn'g men who have established can place it with safety where it have cheap.good 15 crops boxes plenty Calalonia square. . ...$75QHalf
that modern and up-to-date will realize 7 and 8 per cent.
; ship fifty dollars, easy payments; thoroughfare DeLuna street, and that "We make loans in large or small round timber lease on which together block; in East Ring:: Tract, \la
Bad Is It? position and union card guaranteed: they are an up-to-date and modern amounts. with boxes good seven years longer. settled neighborhood . ,$700

I free catalogue. Coyne Bros. Trade firm; and have taken offices ,Fire insurance placed in either of Write or call and see schedule of One-fourth block on Toledo square
i Schools, New York, Chicago, St. Louis. property. New City
i at 210 DeLuna St, and'are sIx, good .companies, which we represent .$03

t The investments we offer you here will bring you In that, besides : 15mayly. ready to serve the:: public in CRAWFORD Lots on 11th and 12th avenues,New

the property will also increase in value. :A good real estate investment WANTED-Everyone to know that the building line. General,, contractingand Write, call and see or telephone us H. T. City at..j200
: is the safest thing in the world. I'' The Journal has nice clean old papers repair work a specialty plans if you have property to buy or sell Street.HOTELS. .
south-palafox
. E.I. 4 houses all in good condition on North "A" street renting for for sale cheap.. Only five centsa and specifications furnished with 'es or if you wish any information regarding 3162 20&x1823s( feet on East Bill car

?20. Five lots 'go with houses. A 13 per cent. investment..$1800 I bundle. l timates on short notice. J as. M. the above. line ..$1250

i One house. No. 711 North "F" street, lot 42x150 feet; rents for Johnson, Mgr., 1... Redenback, Asst Lots in East King Tract or West

,i $5.00 per month; house in good condition a 17 per cent. Invest. j WANTED!H. Turner, costar gory t nurse. Apply C. Mgr. .> 8may L. S. BROWN & CO. King Tract very cheap and on easy
Strong and
:,- .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$350 Men Sts. Bay terms. Banproved property in West
Three houses on East Romana street; all in good? condition and 8may WANTED-Second hand furniture "We Sell Lots. ThIesen Building.Miscellaneous PARK\ HOTElA-'Why pay $2.50 per King Tract netting 10 per cent on investment -

good renters. Renting for $14 per month; 15 per cent. investment WANTED-First-class narber for col bought and sold. Ring phone 754 day when you can 'get 'as good roomand

i . ., . .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1100 ored trade. Ring 10101 ring or or call'at 112 S. Tarragona St H. C. bed for 50c. Coolest' place in See us in regard to Lake View Hay.
Four houses on North Hayne street with 12 lots; houses sold call at Sylvester Campbell Store near O'Hara. 2may Pensacola, and you can go out'and get en Property. Prettiest place in New

t 'under contract for ?3200, bringing in $28.per month. .. ......$2800 dummy depot, Warrington: Fla. SURETY ON BONDS-The American n __ .... what you want,to eat One block from City and is on Bayou Texar.
One house and lot, No. 504 N. "G" street house new and in good 24 apri. Surety Company, of-"New York is SANTA ROSA-Pavilion, L. S. S. offers postoffice '22may

.' condition. Renting for $6 per month.. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. ..$600 prepared to execute' this city without ; *the best accommodation. for D. Hale Wilson & Co.
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Two houses on the southwest corner of DeVilliers and Strong bathing sand recreation to be found on
delay Bonds and
streets. Renting for $14 per month. Good renters, and in good repair WANTED quired in the courts, Undertakings and for the re- the Gulf of Mexico. Launch Leclair SUMMER BOASDERS The Hotel Phone 234 15 South Palafox

1- .. .. .. .... .. .. .. ........ .. .. ...." .. .. .. .. ....$1150 formance of contract Wm. D. Howe per. leaves city wharf daily at 8:00 a. m. Hyatt is now open for spring and sum
wish to rest
Phone' 659. Chas. H. 'Burton Mgr mer trade. People who
t i SOME NICE HOMES: f WANTED-Your stenographic work. attorney, 14% E. Government St 12may. and build up, the Hyatt is the place.
FOR RENT
Pensacola Typewriter; Exchange, 2maylm.WANTED.
most
1;' t'- Hotel Hyatt is the best and up- _
315& S. Palafox St. Phone 37S. If you will look around the-house, PO
to-date hotel Atlanta beautifully
Six rooms and hall cottage on East Gadsden street, nice nergh. -All kinds or electrical will find lot of in north of ; FOR RENT! -8 room house with! hair
which
a
23may. you ways
borhood, gas, bath, block from car line .. .. .. .. .. .. ?$1800 work. I sell all kinds,j>f electrical located; plenty to, eat; good Apply at 812 12th St 18mayU
1 North Hayne street 7 room and hall cottage, close in, large lot, batteries and 'other efeclrlcal supplies. you can use old newspapers. You spring water; cool nights; perfectly
them in any quantity this
G every modern convenience, gOOd< neighborhood. .. .. .. .. .$2500 WlANTEI>- quart fresh butter When you need me ring, 345 or 955. can buy in bundles at healthy; no mosQuitoes. ; no malady; a FOR RENT-Two story 8 room '+IOU e,
milk delivered at house daily. Cor. E. W. Peake Star office They are put up like 'to rest: 87 miles
ON LITTLE BAYOU 5 new Laundry buildIng home- place ;
room and hall lot 100x140 front. with hot
cottage
gas and cold water: and ah
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3th and convenient to and sold at five
Ave. Strong. t carry
i- 23may2WANTEDPosition E. Garden. 15dee. north of Atlanta on L. and N. railroad.D. .
ing on the water. House in fine conditIOn.. ? ? ? .. "foo, ?$1500 I cents bundle.MATTRESSES other modern conveniences. Address
COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressing per M. Hyatt; Proprietor Hlijay. Ga. or apply 41 E. Chase street. lOmav
f by coloredman
young AND FURNITURE- 19may1m.
and Cleaning Club 212 N.DeVillers
',,; Fishervifle I having good education and willing St., Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your patronage :Mattresses made to order; old onesrenovate.1 FOR RENT-Elegant two-story re,.--
to do most anything. Apply 121
New tides
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furnished
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J' r solicited satisfaction deuce, corner Strong and Spri'nsSu,
Luke's Alley *. guaran OLD MILL'INN-On bay front. Opens
:, Nice building lots on the water and the car line from $175 to $300 23may3t. teed. Careful ;attention given ladl 9'- Second hand furniture bought and June 1. Large airy and delightfully Apply to C. H. Turner. lOma:;
t No dust here. Nice, cool and pleasant Lots in the MAXENT garme ts. Phone 1222. a gfeb sold.,Upholstering and repairing jJ;' TRACT West of "C" also for sale. WANTED Board and room with private 114 E. Belmont St., city, phone 77L cool Good fishing, bathing and FOR Two desirable
very
hath by man and wife in private WANTED-We want your orders lot Davis.Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis Mgr. boatlnf., First class table. On electric stores on first floor of Manhattan
family. Address "M," P 0. Box car line, 15 minutes ride from city.

j; The Car Line is Going to Goulding, We Are Told 835, City. 23may4t- 1907 designs Art Ctlcndara.to select Over from.300 original All TAILORING-B. L. Diamond. Tailor. Regular Terms reasonable.boarders Address and transients.Old Mill hotel Just completed Corner Garden and arranged and Baylen in first:

"-"" prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensacola. Gents' clothing cleaned pressed and class shape For terms ,
particulars:
t 4 If this is true here are 10 lots on*North Baylen street for $2500 that I WANTED-To hear from some one 16kb. repaired on short notice. No. 11% Inn, Pensacola, Fla. 4may etc., apply Hooton & Watson. 29Apr:

I};'t: will bring $350 in a very short time. They are beauties. Let us that wants a New International En West'Government 8+.., Pensacola Fla
t take you out to see them. cyclopedia, cash or credit J. B. OLD HATS MADE NEWPanamsand Idee. MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL-Clarkes- FOR RENT After May 1, furnished

ItIf,,- w Waddell, Box 618 phone 668. Straw hats cleaned, pressed ville, Ga. Nestling among the mountains cottage at "All Bay." Address Bex
16may2w* and blocked. Panama 50c straw hats of North Georgia. An ideal placeto 815, Pensacola.
J. H. PORTER, allmater, 716 South 28apr
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR SALE. rest. Scenery and climate unsur
felt
hats 35c. Work
25c
guarantee P .1afox _street Orders taken for
h' WANTED-To buy one or two lots in Louis 100 ) passed. Beautiful walks and drives,I FOR RENT-Second
THE COLLECTION OF RENTS A SPECIALTY Victor E. Intendencia. tents; awnings, camp stools and house story over Lin-
off good locality and not too far out. 24 aprlm* cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan. 365 feet piazzas.: Accessible to many,I denstruth's Jewelry store. Suitabs

< State price terms and full particulars points of interest No N mosquitoes!f I for offices, sleeping quarters or storage .
if j THE FISHER REAl ESTATE AGENCY, in first letter. Address A. M., careJournal WANTED.-Electric work of ah kind. Excellent table. 19maylm* rooms. Lee Daniell. 24apr
SHIP CHANDLERS
-McKinzIe Oerting
9may I Let us clean your fans repair Your I,I
> & Co. wholesale
: and retail
l' ship BROWN HOUSE-DeFuniak Springs.
1 208 SOUTH PALAFOXST.
PHONE B7 dynamo, do your wiring, etc. Pin and FOR RENT-8-room, 2-story Cottage
i WANTED-The public to know that chandlers grocers, only first-class I Good beds, airy rooms, elegant
570. Pensacoia Electric Co.
205 S. 318 W. Belmont.
do all kinds house of kind in city. Fair prices to !.I Apply to WalkerIcgraham.
it. we can of repairing' Baylea.WANTED.% all meals; free bath and sample rooms.. .
l't Ayri20A. !:!)
float building, horse shoeing etc. J. Special attention to traveling men.

';' -..---..; "- G. Welsh Carriage Co.... 27fe! .-The Merchant TransferCo. MILTON Willie Mims UPHOLSTERING Proprietor. SHOP Rates $2.00 per day. J R. Brown R. BINGHAM has storage room for
,
wants your moving and baelln Furniture Prop.

rent suitable for furniture other
i iI !rruAT ON WANTED< repairing of all kinds, or
( By middleaged All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor- carpets goods 104 and
106 South
Tarragona
lady position as house'keeper gen Prop. Phone 978. ISjnnelm.WANTED. laid, furniture- packed for shipping HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES St Phone 630
JOnoiWANTED.
; .in hotel private family or boardinghouse Phone 63. Next to Tampa Landing.
Before laying.your carpet or mat
I- A Home Savings I or to care for the sick, or young .-Hauling and transfer 22April ting buy a supply of old newspapers .-Real Estate for sale or
work. Office 363
r phone residence
children. Address Mrs. H. J.., care of ; to put underneath and protect it. Onlyfive rent, lease or exchange. Your business
phone 390. Acosta & White 22-28.. CARRIAGES repaired' and repainted.
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Journal. *
The SOmaylw bundle at this office.
cents a respectfully solicited. Wilson )
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. I Tarragona St. 2Smar., Floats built to order. Horse shoeing
OVER 10,000,000 AMERICAN PEOPLE PAY
Real
INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE Estate
Agent, 22% W. How
WANTED-The public to know that a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage
If AND ARE PREPARED FOR THE I ernment street Room I
EXPENSES OF SICKNESS old newspapers can be bought, at Co. 27feb FERRELL HOTEL-rSneads, Florida. 7. Salisbury
ff AND DEATH.American. f this office for five cents a bundle. They'are Board and Rooms. Rates $2.00 per day. Nice rooms building. Phone 172. 23Jaa ,

all clean and nice. ....- REGULAR HACK LINE-From Chip good beds table the, best.. J. M. Per t!

I Life Insurance NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to exchangefor FURNISHED ROOMS with or without ley, making connections with mail ell, Prop. 17apr Loa I

f Company lot on East Hill Address P. board. Central location, 1 block launch for points on St. Andrews bay. _N -'"-

0. Box 207. 'SOmarWANTED. from ostoffice. !Airs (Mamie Cole, 116 Extra teams for traveling men. Goodhorses HJTEL VERNON Rates $2 per day.
is the only straight life, legal reserve company, organized in Florida.HOME --. W. Intendencia St 23may2w comfortable vehicles. Call on Special rate by week. ."Special attention MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody bat.rows i
.-A. R. Bln ham want money from Jno. A. Hal! &
I J. C. Sinclair
or address Chipley,Fla to traveling
OFFICE, TAMPA. CAPITAL STOCK and men. Free sam Co. 16 E. Government Wha
moving
hauling.
$500,000 He street. !
your guarantees .
FOR REN'I-.one or two newly furnished Telephone No 74. 28aprLOST pIe room. Mrs.:.J. P.. Mauldin Prop.
all breakage. Phone 630. in need call on ua. 9iblm !
r ISSUES: ENDOWMENT AND LIFE POLICIES FROM $50 TO $10,000 front rooms; southern exposure 15apr. -- !
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MATTRESSES RENOVATED. New ; with privilege of phone. Location !
I r Pensacola Office:. Brosnaham Building tick furnished!? if desired. Guaran. desirable and near 'business center MONEY LOANED on all! kinds of per- I
Ir teed. Crapet taken up and mattinglaid 422 W. Gregory.. ISmaylw HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all the poaal property on short notice. !

I 11( if desired. Leave orders at LOST-White and lemon hound, with year. American and European plan .Terms easy J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W.
I Green & Watron. Phone 193. 7mar small chain around neck. Rewardfor Special summer rates.. First-class in Roman Phone 1166. Heft
H I FURNISHED ROOMS-Centrally lo every respect. Pleasant and convenient I
I u 1 $60 A.'lTED-'l'o sell a lot of old cated. Best rooms in the city; cool return to H. A. Brosnaham. 608 N. Mrs. T., L. Bowen Prop., Pen
. papersat
; clean Spring St 2Smay MONEY TO LEND-On good real e*
5c a ''bundle. Apply at this of- beds. Apply 128Vs East Government sacola Fla. isapr
j'r Per lot buys 12 New City lots on crest all St 4maylm tate security, or on good collateral,
-: PSpUITPES of the hill. tWIll be worth double in fice.nice. They are whole clean and LOST Gold filed witch and fob; Elgin THE BROWN HOUSE;Airy rooms, at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks.
Hr1. short time. works 15 jewels. Initials on Fisher building. 21jan
THREE PLEASANT ROOMS to rent good beds. Free baths and sample
1. $500 WANTED-To buy old' gold and sliver with privilege of light house keep. fob J. C., P., number of case 6118382, room. $2 per day. Special attentionto --
.
1 : Gets five North Hill lots lug 301 W. number of works 7548609. $5.00 reward
North broken up stuff regardless of Chase. 3apr traveling men. J. R. Brown Prop.
; PATENT APPLIED FOR Spring St. For. short time only. for return to Williams store, DeFuniak Springs.' Fla. 13marlmCENTl MONEY LOANED on all kinds of plr'loual
sizes. Cash paid. Lightman &
f At all| Druggists. $600 : Klein NICELY FURNISHED.ROOM for renton Jackson and DeVillers Sts. 23maylwLOST property on short notice
106 E. Wright Phone
1127 '
MUS-QUIT-U MFG. CO., For two lots on E. Gadsden, near North Hill car' line; location Terms easy. J. W. Bullard upstairs
: Jacksonville Fla. car .line. Southern exposure; excellent : A.'i'TED-All owners or poultry to very'desrable. Apply 208 W.: Gadsden -Mouse' color (grey) cow, May AL B1OTE.L; CHIPLEY-Op. 28-% South Palafox: 9t. Phone H<*.
530T:
,. view of bay. know that we are agents for the celebrated street. 25april> 17U, from premises of Chas. Ahrens, depot Larger and well lighted
32 east Romana St Horn on left sIde rooms. Free sample room. Meali at
!- Conkey's Poultry
i, Remedies PLEASANT place to board on North bent- Liberal reward for return to all hours. Special attention to traveling UNLIMITED amount or money to iOU
. C. R. YAEGER Guaranteed to cure rune, cholera Hill.- on- car line. Address No. 8, owner. 19maylw* menl 12.00 per day., J, M. Tug.gle on all kinds of personal property
I 1 SAFES I SAFES'ti gape and to kill fleaslice and mites. Journal "
: SAFES SAFES care 27mar large
.t No. 202 : Prop. = ISmarlm Special! rates to business men on
Thelsen Bldg Phone 686. Also their wonderful egg producer. F. : .
i Buy Diebold Safes. LOST-Gold square medal, with blue > loans. The New York Loan Co., 201 li
S. Mellen & Co. Phone, No. !34.ISapr. Old newspapers at five cents a bundleat i South Palafox.
i Scarritt Moreno Agent.NOTICE this office. They are all clean enamel on 'face and engraved on CHIPLEY $OTEf.Geri"etterhn .
and back. Reward for return Sol Cahn &: Prop. Special attention to. commercial -

i For Farm Turpentine or SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANT Co."'e store. 17mayUIORPHINACURA travelers. Free:sample and bath Esca.mbia Lodge, No. 15, F. & A.M..

Timber Lands ED-Highest price paid for ents' nice.NOW rooms. Large room. ? with good _beds. Special communication cf

: I LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITY* clothing only. Sell second Jiand goods. $2 per day.. Vi ; 13marlm Escambia Lodge, No 15. F &

Call on or Address Dress suits for rent 9 E:Intendencia. READY gam A. :M. will fee held Fndat
; B. L. Gladden is no longer in our' IWl <* $2.00 PER BOTTLE fe BAY Ht)11t4-oPO' night and day. evening May 25th, at 1:30:
; employ. WANTED TO RENT OR BUY a small Sedan's Bath House An nfaIUblemmedyfortncurse f Oruj Hatuti ef all kind visiting :
Turner & Aymard plan.
European
Roars light and o'clock. .
Work in 3i.11i Degree.
Sent tt$2 bottle.
i HOOTON & WATSON. cottage on water front Either on pottpud pw Morphme-Cure i w prapwtd
; Real Estate and Abstract Co. bay shore or on one of the bayous.:Address Everything first-class and b Hypodermic:or IlItelMlIie. Delta CMIII.Co.,St.Lou!&. clean. Transient trade solidi ed. brethren fraternally invtf:: > .
llmaylw. For Sale' In Pensacoli By b76-579 S. Palafox. Jii; S. Nlcolao, C. D. BEYER. \\. M-
P. 0. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs,Fla H. B., care Journal.. 9may up-to-date. '
W. H. WHITE & CO.. Druggist Prop A ,f .' W. G. BAILEY Sec.

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FOR len Joel street.SALE Frater's wharf.-Lumber lumber Get'is his yard now prices cheap on Bay-and at f IAUSLEY & COMPANY : "i 1 I RemingtonSholes LAND COMPANYManufacturers '

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build you ,a home before prices advance of "
which' is sure to come. 1 | and Dealers in : ;

23maylm. : LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN: i
BROKERS (
COMMISSION with its new billing attachmentsand GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. *,
FOR SlJE-Palr'Spotted! ponies 5 instantly interchangeable car-
old sound and gentle. Don i. tabulator and two. color
years KNSACOIA PU
: II.WEST INTENDENCIA STREET
ribbon is the
MOBILE. ALABAMA.MARKETS. movement most com.
key and cart; just the thing for chil plete combined Professional Directory
dren. One cheap farm horse-, one good :

mule Hinman & Becker, Century, 1 Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and Chicago.COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDSi Billing andCorrespondence -w-
Fla. .23may. ,,. .

T G. YATES M D ;
FOR S--\'LE-A round bottom boat, !i ,,

both by conferring with us copper. fastened, 16 ft. by 5 ft. 8 Navat Stores.: machine manufactured. Designedas OPTICIAN '
REAL ESTATE. See Inches beam. 'A.l>ply to C. P. Gonzalez Savannah, Ga., May 22.-The naval i it was for fast service, built for .
buy
out to
cabout then some of the following: Bohemia, fla. 23maylw* Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. stores market cloaed today as follows: hard use, recommended by experts I 306 TH/EEEV BUILDMB I

N. DeVillier street, renUng WI\V. .. .., .. ... S. La-' ... .., ..4 95 and guaranteed against wear it is I $
Store :year .. .. ....$1500 FOR SAUE-! Schooaer load rough lum : J sv ;.. .. ... .. .'.. .. .1 14 90 offered as the idealTypewriter
for $180 per WM D. HOWE i
House on North "C" street cheap ber. Apply aboard: schooner LucyH. Reference: First! National and Peoples Banks Phone 1173 j N.. I. '.t .... .. .. .. .. ....4 85 .

. .. .. .$600 at /Baylen street wharf. 23maylt* .I..... .. .. ... .... .. .,'..4 80 ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
tt House, on East Aragon street only : 4.............................. ......44H4.4.4... K, .... ,' ...;S.. .... .. ... ... .4 15r. EAST GOVERNMENT ST IS

.. .... . .. .$650 FOR NICE. JUKIY"TENDER. MEATS, .. .. ._ _'. .. .. _. .. .. ..4 00Fl for producing the most good work in 14Yz ,
98''acres of good farming land a choice Fancy Groceries ring phone: --E . .. .. .4 55 the shortest time with the least effort. -1

bargain at . .., .. .. .$1000 118. Moyer on the square cor. Government ,I (13.. ... .. .. e..4.4 50 i Write today for full description. .
Four blocks In West King Tract,I andA1cantz.\ 20 pounds standard r.. & .. 0. 45 Local Agents wanted for ,

each . .. .. .. .. '" $1000 graulated sugar $1.00. Gophers, I. .t'.. .. .. ,.. .435 I' unoccupied territory. i : \ '
We have numerous other proper- chickens, all!! "kinds' of 'vegetables ARE YOU LIVING FROM D.. .. .. .. .. I_ .. .. ..4 00 THE ARITHMOCRAPH CO. I

ties listed with us and It. would pay prompt: delivery. 23maylw* h.I. . .. .. . . .3 80 Majestic Bldg., ChIcagoJACKSONVILLE I '
you to consult us before making your (Spirits Turpentine 57 cents. =*

investment FOR SALB! -! 'foot gasoline launch 5

We are in receipt of advices from H. P, engine. W; A.' Brunei War- HAND TO MOUTH ? AUSLEY f CO.'S REPORTS FLA.

the fire insurance companies represented rington. 20maylw* Llverpwl Cotton Market 204 West Bay Street,
by us "That all losses In Cal-! ,-

ifornia conflagration will be promptly FOR SALE-Good mule for sale. Leslie .r n.-T.b.._............................1 Clo 5,63r .
raid, and that THEY WILL CONTINUE E Brooks. 20maylw ] &b.-M r... 6.67

TO FURNISH ABSOLUTE J Ku--l.prU................................6.63
INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY FOR SIALE! -Wagon nearly new;. 3- Or are wisely depositing a small portion of lpril-KaT.............._. COFFEE !
FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE FOR inch tires. Will sell for. cash or on you Illl.Jun........... 6.93: DRoJ. U. MOCK
AlAIOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS. time. G. E. Bredt, cor. 9th and your earnings in the. bank, thus making your balance :an..Jw.ly .......................... .... 1.83
Protect your home and 'business Ave. until it is enough to tide ull.4UfUt ...................... .... ...S.93
and large
against loss by fire by Insuring with 12th St. 20maylw'4 grow larger larger &ugsat-8.plemib*........................ ist We are the Pioneer Dental Surgeon
us. over a considerable stretch of adversity-: enough to KeptemberOotober .'74 _, '..
W 'I\ED-T\ sell, a fine pet mawing L Doiob r-NoT mb.. ? Coffee Roasters of 'r ';.> '
let take of opportunity that comes Crown and Bridge Work a SpeC dt7. ;Ii
bird old fine advantage any
one year : -sInger;'state you BToreBbcr-Deeaoibw West Florida.McHUCH'SBLENOS. ;'
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ESCAMBU.. REALTY CO, what you are willing to pay for such a your way to better yourself Your deposit should be in DeMBiiwr-Jwnttiry. ........ ..............6.63 Painless 28/2! Extracting S. Palafox of St.Teetiv <.1 V ..
Address Mrs. Hattie LlT
200t/ ,S. Palafox Street ,. bird.Lockharty Ala Fl ISmaylv/urnoy/ the First National the big, strong bank, where it will rpool Spota.613.- 7 and 9 Old Armory BulldllJ.:1":. \:'. :"j
Ise
1052.
Telephone M New York Cotton Market Phone 1077. ::
draw four cent interest compounded semi-annually 'f"
General agents for Stat for Home I per 1 -i 0
Life Insurance Co., of New York FOR SAt,T-Fine; piece of land close, OPQ High Low Close "J
.loourr 10.69 10.6S 10.59 10.65 : {'4 ,
T- to city. ;j.lPjhone" 285 or call at 1H)2) ;!
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E. 'Gadsde. 19maylwFOR { May 11.84 11.40 11.34 1L40 '
'July 11.03 11.16 11.08 11.16 have A trial) Legal Advertisements At :,
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For Sale r .. ;',-. August 10.8) 10.90 10.79 10.90 no equal. <;j "
A SALE Second hand uprfghl October........10.53 10.60 10.50 10.60DMember wificonvincetheconnoisseur In Escambia County Circuit Court ; :; -:
FOR SALE-One Empire Candy piano in good condition. A bargain .........10,54 10.63 10.51 10.60 State of Florida. In Chancery. Rosa ;"-{-' ;-
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Floss machine at a bargain. U.Iontgomery .::1>>. Apply 409 W. Garden St ISmaj FIRST NATIONAL BANK lhwYork pob, 11.90 that we A. Kimball vs. Frank H. Kimball. Bill ;. if /

L.. B. 232 Marianna, Fla.* FOR SALE-Some good paying stock Wheat. make no extravagant for Divorce. On Monday, the 6th day r,;,' it
16may1wFOR in western bank. Will transfer foi. i Open High Low Close of August, A. D., 1906, the defendant *;ii:1 f.. ';'
SA.LE-A lot ot old newspapers property location is suitable,. OF PENSACOLA, FLA. Ky-..88l86j 84 85 claims. Frank H. Kimball is required to ap }F : .
good
Put up In bundles convenient tor If interested .address. H. A. LEE,, l .........._ 84 J. 821" 82J! I pear to the bill filed against him here- carryln'g. Only five cents per bundle. o C rn. in. This order to be published once ''! '
Box 3, Pensacola Fla. 16may2w W. H.Kirowrms.Pre. W.K.Hrn,JB.,V.-Pre and OuUn.T ''
Apply this office. W, BBKTT wd W.N. ROBEIM,Jlaat. OuhierL Op n Higi Low Close Who'esale' and RetailGROCERS each week for eight ((8)) consecutiva .11. ,,
FOR SALE-500 good second hand NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Thos : D. G, Brent 1\17--. ......'8 4834 47% 47% '
barrels,suitable for salting and pack., wishing to make a successful run JI newspaper published in said Escambia' ; i :
ing fish and all other purposes. We I should supply themselves with a hot __ wIfl County. A. M. McMillan, Clerk Cir'f'l' 't! :
buy repair and sell all kinds of secondhand tie of PLUTO Now is the season to I: New York Stock Market cult Court. barrels. ; prepare your stomach and liveiagainst : I Open Clot Pensacola, Fla., May 22, 1906. ;iKS'J'Seal .
\ Vucovlch
Cooperage ........... and all kinds of Feed '.
5thnFaoIfi4 65Copper. 65
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Co.. 9 S. Alcanaz St. Phone 235; real, all diseases. Pluto will do it i1 ..1 ( ) 23mayoaw8w \{{r.!/
For sale by all druggists and grocers,, 1B9H 103 ," '. i., ,
dence phone 591. JTmaylm I StUffsPluto '
wholesale by .Jas. McHugn. : City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds JL.8.B. 185 135itoh. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Office of .:1.. : '
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88X gJL.B *-
CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton & -- .'. ... 163 153 the Supervising Architect, Washing: f t-t J
Watson bave Just received a large I FOR SALE Firia pot flowers % ton, D. C.. May 9, 1906. -SEALED' !(. .
fI &.B,t. 83 81% j c:
of the .
supply latest city. maps, showing Apply 1408 E. GaidPden! St or phone I: Denomination_ 1000.00 Each. B.* 0 107K 107 WaterWholesale PROPOSALS will be received at this 'J n f

all official of the subdivisions.: date The maps are: 853 6rings. Mrs. J. J. Jtogers.I Dated Jan. 1, 1906. Maturing Jan. 1, 1936. Redeemable 1,1926. Brto.-..,. 44 43K : office until 3 o'clock P. M. on the 6th ;:! | t..t;
and down to and are I [ day of June 1806 and then opened, ,
13maylm. 0.9.1, 4% 48% j
mounted on heavy linen. Regular .'.Interest.-. Payable- Somi-Annually. U. 8.... 40i 40K for plumbing and sewerage at Santa :.t ',
price 2.50; special price' on'o of FOR SALE-Fine )hotel Bite; best sit- .0" U.IS.. prtftmd............. 10 % 105 and Retail. Rosa Quarantine Station. Pensacola --4 J f. -.
fire\ or more to agents .or jeal! estate nation .In. the.city-for: a-tourist ho We Offer For Sale These Bbfld Subject to B.8. .-.......... 28 4 28L. Florida in accordance with drawings ;i
men. Hoaton & Watson. 8may tel 180 feet fronting south by 172 feet .& Jr.............._..... IU% J44S and specification, copies: of which may.. i .
!FOR SALE Large ie box suitable deep-on East' Government street over 'Prior' Sale In Ampurg to L s41...............-. 7 % 76 be had at this office or at the office of .c .:,
for grocery store.or market and looking?'Seville square and Adams : Ie.P................-.......... 98ye 93% New Orleans Grocery Co the Custodian of the Station, Pensaco- ';; :: 1. :

soda fount, with 20 syrup cups. All in street with !open view of Pensacolabay Suit :Purchaser. Met......- No Sale I. la, Florida, at the discretion of the :"' ,
good condition. Will sell -cheap or $10,000 will buy the property )'i : Oa .. 159 169( 140 159 Supervising Architect. James Knox t"', {: : '

exchange for other property. Apply lapr. Correspondence Invited.* p N.0.1.0.......i. s2 92 Jas. McHugh Taylor, Supervising Architect: : :..1 ; .

T. J. Bucey, 1021 Ninth avenue. B'D'0........................ 124: 131% ., 15may6teod. : ; ;
7may1m* WA.NTETo ;Joan 'money ten you PENSACOLA sip .......................... l68l. 167 Phone 105.1 Proprietor :. -' .-. ; -
FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire watches Jewelry and personal ef. THE PEOPLE'S: PK OF / ; 1iL I............................ 3i% 25% Aattachment Notice. ,, _. ..
hogs; best of breeding. Ask for fects. Highest,cash price for old gold IS.a......... ..._........ ...... sa 8i Notice is hereby given of the institution -r : "
catalogue. Carl Setterlind, Chipley, and silver.. Ughtman'& Klein, 106 E. : T.O.L........_........ .... 143 1I'mu. of an attachment suit by Mrs. .
Fla. wright Phone 1127. PEtfSACOLA, FLA. .... ..................... 131J. 1S1 E. B. Hester! against Reginald Hester
__ ..... % 148'8 Marine Grocery Co. : \
IT.P;: :11s .
FOR SALE-Nice, clean old newspapers FOR SALB-Nice, clean: old newspa o' : in the Circuit Court of the First Judicial .

at five cents a bundle. Thte of. pers. All whole and useful at homeor 604, 606, 608. 610 S. Palafox St Circuit, State of Florida In and -,;-
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fice. in your store. Only fivecents per Ausley & Co's. Daily Cotton Letter. Phone 725. for Escambia County, and the said defendant -
bundle. No. 5603. New York May 22.-Liverpool. and all other persons Interest. ,
FOR, SALE OR RENT Two lighters; fully met the decline on this side V. J. viDAL, Manager.We I ed are required to appear to the action : ;
one with capacity for 75 thousand ft. FOR SALE--Second.hand. 25 H.P. C..W.E. CLARK LAMAR Vice.President.President and Cashier. JOHN I. W. ANDREWS PFEIFFER, Assistant Assistant Cuhier.Cashier.M. yesterday and if anything did more will sell for ten days at less on the 2d day of July, A. D. 1906. R >" ,.;' '
lumber, the other thirty thousand ca boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply to than was expected of her. Spots than cost: P. Reese, attorney for plaintiff. '. Illmaroaw3m. .:.
Rates New Method Laundry.. 13Apr11PLEQT0x reduced 3 points more on salesof 15c. I ; .
pacity. reasonable. Also two were No. 2 Mackerel 2 for 0"
skiff boats for sale cheap 22 ft. long I THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK 10,000. balsa while futures were I Smoked Halibut (very fine) lOc ..
5 ft. beams. Telephone or write J. A. .down 2 to 3 points. per pound. t I In Escambia County Circuit Court .
Chaffin & Co.. Milton. Fla. 25mar: OF PENSACOLM) H*. Our markets opened unchanged to Blood Red Salmon lOc per lb. State of FJoritfa. In Chancery. Mary {
fractionally higher but the talent Holland Herring (in kits) 60c per Huggins vs. Edward Huggins. On ; t'l l '
ON THE HIGH LAND-East Hill elec. Joppa Lodge, ,No.-6, I. 0. 0. F. .DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. seemed to think prices were low kit. S Monday the 2nd day of July A. D. : ':

tric car line, six lots 100 ft; front Joppa Lodge No.6,' I. 0. 0. F, CAPITAL STOCK, 200000. SURPLUS $60.000. enough for the present. at least Kaiser Herring (in tins) 45c per 1906, the defendant Edward Hnggina --, -:.'
Ly 137& deep corners J70T), Inside meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 there waa no aggressive buying in tin. is required to appear to the bill filed ,S
lots $600. There are no better sltua- o'clock at Odd Fellows'Hall Belmont DIRECTORS. evidence whatever and while prices Salacine Sausage (imported) 25c against him herein. This order to be {: f .
tions than these lota. A. V. Clubbs.JUST and Baylen street. Visiting brethrenare F. E. advanced a few points after the open per pound. S publshed ones each week for eight f.:: -
Henry L Covlngton, Frank Rellly rawncr, .'
RECEIVED-Large shipment of cordially invited.T. J. M., Pfelffer< W. S, Rosasco C. W. lamar, ing it was mainly due to scalpers We have a fresh stock of imported consecutive weeks in the Penaacola c S

Imported Olive OiL Retail 'by pint H. FLEETWOOD. N: G, Bryan Dunwody T, F. McGourin, J. R. Saunders, covering short contracts. Maccaroni, Spagetti Italian Tomato Journal, a newspaper published la '> .
gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso Ji: W. GINGLES, S'Co' A. M. Avery W. H. Milton, 0. E. Maura The governments weekly reportwas Paste, Greek Black Olives.Artichokes raid Escambia County. A. M. Mc '' :
& Co. ship chandlers stand off, general iUllan, Clerk Circuit Court By L.
and' grocers, 701 SljanCm. : W. L. Cawthon Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oertlng, practically a Navy Bread. Pilot Bread. Italian Hard ,
South Palafox. 4oct. temperatures over the belt were if Brown Bread, French G. Aymard. D. C.. Pensacola Fla.,
Boston
.Alex McGowin, C. M. Covlngton M E. Clark. Tack, .. ,
NOTICE TO CAM U1DATBS-Those Pensacola Lodge!, Na.: 3, K. of P. anything slightly below normal. Bread Russian Caviar and imported April 23rd, 1906. .':'
wishing to make a successful run meets eve ry Monday:evening at 8 Safety deposit boxes for rent at $2.00 $3.00 and 5.00 the year. Private departmentin I Good showers were reported from French and Italian Sweet Oils 25 Aproaw8w. ; !,.
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should supply themselves with a bottle o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall connection for the convenience of customers. ,some localities where they were badly We carry the only full line of Francis -' i-; .
of PLUTO. Now is the season to over Pou stable, W. Intendencia St. needed and in North Texas and Leggetfs and Dodson and Brown's NOTICE. -.
Four per cent interest Paid on Time Deposits. Southern' Oklahoma rainfall was excessive Gulf Notice is hereby given that on th ':
in the City
stomach city. .
prepare your and liver! Visiting brethren cordially} welcomed. canned goods
1 although as much as 3 inches "Oaxaca" Gold Standard 9th day of June A. D., 1906, 1 will "ap 'i .
against all diseases. Pluto will do it J. A, KJRKPATRICK, C. C. Coffee Co.'s ,
For sale by all druggists and grocers, H. HORSLER. K. of R. & S was reported only from two places. Daybreak, Diamond Blend and Golden ply to Hon. Henry Bellinger: County -t '
wholesale by Jas McHugh. The drouth in the Atlantic coast Rio Coffee for sale. They are an Judge of Escambia County, Florida .]
AP. ..Meetings of the --- states generally remains unbroken! although !- high grades and give perfect satisfac. for an order authorizing the sale at ; \
FOR SALE.-improved and unimproved M Knights of Columbus good rains fell in Georgia and private sale, of the interest of Bar -'. ;
: L HILTON GREBN PEBSIDBSJ. T. B WaLL: VXO5.PIIJXT.B. tion. '
property In all parts of the city. iL ; are held at their hall II. EUSHNFliLi CASHIIB. MAXSHELD' MORENO,ABSF.CASHTSB I Alabama. 'bara Ard, Ruth Ard, Annie Chestnut -? ,
J. A. Wilson &; Co., Real Estate Agents, # NQ..8 West Intendencia. The government on Monday June 14 Dan Aid Delia Ard, Henry Ard ah I ..- -
Room 7, Salisbury building. Citizens National Bankof time will issue an ... in ,' *
Phone street on every at 1 p.>> m., eastern ""' Alonzo Ard, minors, and to the following -
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17!. 23jaaAUTOMOBILES. Monday, evening at Pecsacola, Florida.DISCCIOKS. estimate! of the number of acresplanted described real estate, to-wlts : ;
.-I am agent for"the 130; 'o'clock.: An In- ; this season and also the condition The Southwest quarter (S.V.. %) of '-
Pope Mfg. Co. and '45 V vitatIo is extended ". of the growing crop up to May We the Northwest quarter (N. W. %) oC
can sell you autos G... 9.WrigU. Morris Bear. T.E W llea... Rix M.RoWaaon. L. Hilton Gro n. ,
of the
from. J500.00 :uP. They cost less than to visiting Knights 25th. While the majority Section Thirty-eight ((38) Townnip; S
CEJVCBAL CAYXf/VC/ ACTfOWloltul
A BUSIHCSS TRANS
JOHN'.D. trade 'think the acreage estimateswill One (1) South, Range Thirty-one (31) ".
horses to keep They JONES
up. be
can run .
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J. S. IADONAIUD -- -- -----,--- .---------- bearish there is a growing
la sand'or anywhere a horse can go, Grand Knight. -- -- be Ask YourPatronage West, containing forty acres more or ,
Leslie E. Brooks. Recorder, conviction that' the condition report less in Escambia county, Florida. '
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-. .' ; I will more than offset this. Annie Ard Guardian of estate of sail .;
FOR. SALE hand-Ten n&w and second Daughter .Rebekah. _,___ J The fall and(? winter months showed minors. May 9th, 1906.( I
second
office safes, different the session S
Naomi Lodge No.. 10, Daughters the most strength during 9mayaow4w. 't _
sizes- best makes at bargain prices. Rebekah meets of R M.CAry. but this was probably due to the > -
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every Monday OAR db CO.J -r' .
Bcarritt Moreno, office East night ;. which is knownto -- -- tt I
Govern at 8 o'clock in L O, O..F. hall heavy short interest ----'- --- -- -
Inent St. 24mar V1iting and Retail DIAler ii these options. Rumor has Solely on the grounds of
exist in
}'ORSALE-Afine: piece of water -sisters.cordially Invited to be present Steam, Domestic Anthracite / A I it that a number of little May shorts satisfactory work. Once Pensacola,' Sf.} Andrews and ;l :

front property. 50 feet front .West 0 let off 'by paying' 30 points
on MRS. B. R.WITKOVSKI and Blacksmith W M L. were
market quotations and as customer always one. Gulf Go t
Cay Shore at the foot of Clubbs street MISS WILLIE KENDRICK, Sec. Office-No. u'South :palafox treet Telephone 95.Yari above the remembered that Mr. our Steamship "
with a 4, room house front and back it must be
pallery, has a nice, wharf about) ;50 M.E." ."B., A. No. 81, ;meets first and comer Tarragona i and- Qonjalej streets.. ,.Phones. 6 and 37; J ]Price promised to do all in his power The Star Steam STEAMER TARPON. ; !

feet long, running out to deep"water third Wedpesdiy evening "at--T:30 u to prevent a corner in May there W. .::;. .;ARrOW, Master .,
from1 the front gate. For a few days m;,' Rafford! 'Hall 'No: 10.' West'l In'tea-. .. may fee" some truth in this. There FIRSr.c PA.SE'iutR.AllJ::
it will ",- '. will undoubtedly be a much better Laundry. FREIGHT ER VICE
only be wJered at only .S1500 dencia street. I Ienll I
cash. Apply ,tq Jos. 1. Johnson at ;A. QY4Prei. CLO.CK.S business after: the government reportIs I -bewlr.lI-

L Friedman &. Co.'s store. Sma'y; J, j k SWEENEY...Sec, A good S ,day Parlor Clock,. .. .. .'.. fl..".. S.;.. '... .I. ..:. .....$5.00 once out but until then we are 17 & SarCsn St. Phone 114. PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHb
FOR &.LE. LEAE OR RENT 0. A good 8-day Parlor Clock with alarm $ .OO. Inclined to !look for a dull market ola. FlaR5w I I COLA. CARRABELLE. ST. AN- ;
No, 4 i. .. ... .. ... with a narrow range of values. DREWS. MILLVILLE.
Houses on water front at Little BV pcnsacOa Ldgo o. 0. F. i 8-day Mission Clocks 2.75 to- '_. .. ... .' $5.60. j i
.Pensacola LodgeNo., L 0. 0. Fn Repairing at reasonable prices While 'there Is yet considerablecotton --- And aH po'nt' on St Andrews Bay.Carrabetie '
line.
you.) near car Good
bargains.
at the ports it is becoming and Apalachlcola.SCHEDULE' .
Apply to Phillip Hannah Little Bayou. meets every ThursJJarveiling at 7:30 J. F. DAVIS, JEWELER,. at Coe's Book Store evident that the spinner will need !II '
at the'aew hall..on Belmont and Bayle"streets.
znay3w'FOR brethren ( every bale of. cotton he can get hold contracts they have already booke& I Leave FeDsacoia : SuDda, $:0 jtQ :
Visiting cordially &&& && .&& & &&&&&& .&. &..&.. ...... .. the The If this ig Verified there would be no Mobile, AIL h
SALE Three yoke of oxen and E. GREENBLATT. ....v.'W.&..&... ..TSuipcrs' -.&....... A& -.-.... . of to run him into new crop. .. for '
invited.
the last week ware cotton except what would come in for Pensacola. Tuesday 8:30
log cart good team Ingood mill takings for Leave p." j'
non and ;working every day. cond\-Price\ J. NEVILLE., Se. tarY.. SUpplies We have aJull carloadof 214OOO.'bales, which eats, much fur- the remaining four weeks to August UIfor St. Andrews UillvlUa, Apa. flacalcola .

$300. Call: on or write J. A. Chaffin &; w.. \V. Carey's Magnesia Flexible Cement Roofing absolutely ther into remaining supplies than 31 and at the same time leave a visible -, Carrabelle and intermedlatt 'f'
to protect con .
well stand. The visible stock on hand ?;
Co., Milton Fla. 29aprlm Uve Oak Canapi No, 1, W. l>; W, jvaterprp6fand: fireproof. We can put it on they can of American Is now only 2.- tract markets which must b.e doiv- points.For additional information apply tj .;: ? .

MR SALE-Lady's saddle, extra meet in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd supply bales and at above rats Is This takes no account of the large, J. R. SAUNDKR3: I f. } *
good fine Shepherd dog' also Wednesdays ia 'each month. Visltlnj or- you can.Cheaperthan shingles. 4U,<10q unmerchania- Prwldtat
f ; only 11 weeks supply and amount of haters and E. R. COBB. ;
brand new Century Encyclopedia and sovereigns cordially' invited. Phone 11. -' H. G. DeSILVA & CO practically all reports the mills will have tIe which is figured on hand as cot-; Qen. Frt and Pass. Aft, a -
Dictionary. Address 1102 East Gads- F.'A.. BOGHICH, C. C. ... from this Jo order to fill the ton. Pensacola.! FIle
.Clerk. w to keep wp
tea St., or phone 285. $may. LESLIE E. BROOKS.

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ARE to day.Atlanta achieve The was Crackers victory'the in only neatly the eastern west trimmed yester club .s 1'I Streak Oopeco A U T l CI' eanbness" h:1t: : .

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stated that I v '
Memphis, and it might be Quarter >
by doing so Atlanta stepped into fourthplace rcr SizeARROwU '
STUBBORN in the Southern league race. Bir- '

mingham was, of course defeated by OFFICERS[ .' S and SteriliZing S :
1' ;
Little Rock. Nothing else was expected 5 -
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THINGS from the team that is a handicap or III 15 Cent each.2 for 25 Gent ; .
stake horse at home, and a selling I CLUETT, PEABODY & CO. r '" .. .
plater or Quitter on'the road. Jfatert/ Chett a*t J/imorc* aunt .

and when we advertisethe while Shreveport New Orleans defeated put the Nashville harpon, Changes in! the Service Orderedby : / If you know much ;abouf breweries you- will be i

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best cwthing for little Into Montgomery to the tune of 4 to : '

statement money and with back the up goods that 3.New York regained the lead in the PENSAcOtABUILDING'f.: Department;'Da;Jig / .,, surprised and F leas& with-lh cleanliness of r

it is not hard to convinceyou National league by vanquishing Cnl- Past.Weet."Special v ours. We take every precaution .which hygienic
that there are many ca'go and that too, before a Chicago
reasons chief among crowd The two rivals are neck and science ant conscientious brewing have

which are "low price" neck, with Philadelphia and Plttsburg: ASSOCIATION. To The Journal. :: -
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and "long wear"whywe coming fast.Cleveland. I devised to infection of our .
hold our patrons and ( is proving a thorn in the CONTRACTORS AND :BUILDERS Washington D.C., May 22.-The __ :, ever prevent ,
why we are able to makeso side of the Philadelphia Athletics Sn following changes in the United .
many new ones. Our the American league. Mack's men had Repairn'g' and !building"of air "descrip States Navy have been ordered ,by '

blue and grey Serges at won ten straight victories until Lajole tion. An "up-to-date firm bri .an'up.t. the department during the past '

$12.50 and $15.00 will convince and his men were met when a tum- date street Office 210 'Delktna. St.. x rake' AMERICAN QUEEN
you. Eummery Un- ble was taken. Call !and see us. ', '.:, '.,: : Captains- derwear Naval War College and orderedto
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Jas. M. Johnson} Manager. duty as delegate to Red Cross Convention

STANDING AND RESULTS L.ReddenbaCktAs ssfJlaaagder.; Geneva, Switzerland; H. T. S cleansing and ins ec S
several of P
$1.00 a Suit .' (Cleaver::: retired, detached! day as Every.bottle undergoes processes '
Southern League. ; I inspector at Barberton, Ohio, and or- lion and when sealed is put thrqughaong, slow process of ster-
Won Lost Pet > dered horns; W. B. Hughes, retired t
Shreveport..23 8 742 BOSSOSIce detached duty in office of !Judge Ad- ilization and pastuerizing, lasting 1 4-4, ,ours, at temperatures

New Orleans. .. .. ..21 9 700 :& vacote General and ordered home; J. which make life anossibility.Drinkers of Caught bear
MemphIs.. .. ....19 12 610 B. Murdock relieved duty at Naval germ
The John White ow first pitch
Atlanta.. .. .. .....17 16 515 Cream Factory t Academy and ordered to continue are equally protected. Every keg we use is

Birmingham .. .. ... 18 18 500 other duties; F. H. Holmes, retired, under pressure which leaves it clean as porcelain, insuring purity 1 I
Phone .. .. .... detached Marie Island yard and 'ordered '
Store 1 Montgomery .11 20 355 can furnish you cream In of its rich rare flavor. Americanand
total preservation ,
225. Nashville.. .. .. .. .11 24 314 any quantity. Satisfaction home. the.
Little Rock.. .. .. .. 9 22 2SO guaranteed. Commanders-G. IB. Ransom, detached Queeu will not make you bilious. It. strengthens the nerves

205.207 S. PAALFOX ST. Yesterday's Results. SAM PHONE BOSSO 1326.:.'Prop.. to duty:Mare as Island inspector yard of and'engineering ordered -- and body with pure, natural, vegetable. food, easy to digest. I

:Atlanta 4. Memphis: 3. material and machinery at Bar-': it in home and call for it at all hotels, cafi.s,/clubs and saloons.
your ,
New Orleans 5, Montgomery 4. berton, Ohio; R. G. Peck, retired, ordered Keep 1 '
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'Jr Shreveport 7. Nashville 1. : home; W. L; Rodger, commis- .

Little Rock 8, Birmingham 7. ME sion announced. ACME ,BREWING CO., Macon, ,Ga .
REAL[ T Lieutenant Commanders. H. L. 4
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South Atlantic League. Kolcombe; C. A. Carr detached the a. o
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Won Lost Pct.I Texas and ordered: to" duty as headof .' atchLed'4 on blsaaa Ho,5.

Augusta .. '.. .. .. ..22 9 710 the department of engineering ..
Charleston.., .., .. ....15 15 500 '(Mare Island; yard; A. H. Scales detached \ j
Macon. .. .. .. ...15 16 484! T TRANSFERS N 'Naval Academy June 4, and
Jacksonville..14 16 4S7 ordered to command the Severn; T.

ColumbIa.. .. ... ? ?14 17 452: J. Senn commission announced; W. ,,
Savannah.. .. ... ..,..14 18 438' !A.. Moffett ordered to' Naval War
College. *7iAf1Iil

Yesterday's ''Results. Following Is a list of the deeds recorded Lieutenants. H Tomb detached S d
(Charleston 5. Augusta 4. yesterday reported by the the Dnipont and ordered to the

Savannah 13, Macon 2. Pensacola Abstract Co.: Stockton; B. :& Lackey:.detached the "" ""' -=
Jacksonville 5. Columbia 3. Sarah Galveston anal l ordereci- :to the Wilmington" '
Geo. L. Beirne et al. to Mrs. SHiPPING
THE GREAT FOXMade Beirne, lot 8 and a part of )jot. .19 in ; A. T. Graham detached the NEW
National League. block 37, 19 Arpent Tract boundedas (Monadnock.Chattanooga 'R.and fitone-detached ordered to the the Over 41 Million Dollars Paid to Policy Holders ,
in visible and invisible. Has s I Won Lost Pct follows: Commencing at th(' corner -
every point of merit any business ma:I New York... .. .. .25 12 676 of DeVillier and Government Naval War College! :June 4, and ordered : r
could desire. Light running, speed. Chicago.. .. .. .. ..22 11 6C3:> street thence running E. along S, line to the 'Severn; R 'E. Pope andA. Cleared. By The Equitable
correctness and durability. Is guaranteed Philadelphia. .. .. ..21 14 600 of Government street 57 feet, thenceS > !B. Keating detached, the Naval Capenor, Br ss, 1,651, Luke Liverpool i
to do the best class of work fo;r iPittsburg. .' ,. .. .. ..18 13 1581 161 feet, thence W. 54% feet to De !Academy' and ordered to. the Severn; with 1.036,000; ;: sawn timber. .During the year 1905, nearly nineteen millions being for t
E E. llcCauley Jr.,. ordered'' to duty'With Verbena, Br, ss, 1,505, Mann, Alicainti -. millions dollars
the alone
tour years. All cleaning and repairing Cincinnati..15 20 4f9 Villier street, thence N. along death'c while nearly seven t
done free for two years. The Fo]t St. Louis.? .. .. .. .14 19 424 side of 'D VlUer! street' 161 feet toI I the' General Board;Washington, and Hulva with 218,000 feet :was paid to policy holders In dividends during the same ,

has been tested and accepted by hun. Boston. .. .. ? ..13 18 419 point of beginning $1.0Q..and other' ". D.Jersey C.;. F. Lyon orderedsto'the 7 Nsw saWn timber,. 4 9,000 hewn feet timber sawn lumberVi,101 592-i-| ; year. ,Send, us your, name age and address. .
.. .., .. .. valuable considerations. *'. cu. feet. ..
dreds of thousands, as being the bes t Brooklyn 9 26 257Yesterday's A. Andrews ordered feetILwn
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tf Ensigns toI J)>00 feet sawn timber 248.0M I
J. D. !Waters to C. .J. Bell,. lots 29 I Insuratlce Gen'1 Ast
machine. Will be sent on trial free o:r the Villalobos; R. R. J !.ggs detachedthe lumber and 5,371 cu. feet hewn' : KnowIesBros. sFireLifu
and 30, block 81, West King. Tract
charge. Call on write to Results.
or Glaveston and :bordered to the timber. i I PensacolaNN
Belmont numbering, 1500.00> and
Philadelphia 7, St. Louis 0. Rainbow. ., ." Sailed. (

F. B. BRUCEPENSACOLA New York 8, Chicago 2. other A. A.valuable!Fisher consi to J. .A.rations.Abbott lots l1dship Den-'L.. W.F."\ Carsteln S Capenor, Br ss, Luke LiverpoolVESSELS .
Cincinnati 6, Brooklyn 4. arid"R.. A. White ordered to the
Boston 0. 19 and 20, block 113, New City Tract, .. .. ,
Pittsburg 1.
4650.00.EL Monadnock; C. M. Austin ordered to IN PORT.. - -- "

FLORIDA D. Beggs to 'Emily C. Morley, the Bainbridge: ; H. ,A.: Qrr ordered to :'Steamships.Clematis ...................../N........NN...N.... ePI'Ji17AOOLA
., American League. lots 1 and 2, block 211 New City the Barry; L, Nbyes ordered to the ,
Leenaers
Won Lost Pet Rainbow. ; Belgian ss, 2267; t
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Philadelphia.. .. ..20 9 688 Tract, $225.00. Surgeons H. D. Wilspi i ordered to Antwerp to S, P. Shotter & Co.
? Jas. C. Cowan to A. Y. Smith, E. 23 Exmoor, _.sr ss Storehouse. 2297, Iron Works and Supply Co. !
Cleveland. .. .. ..19 10 G55 ''the 'Dixie; ; H. i id. Curt, commission ,
Have Your Clothes I acres of SW. % of 6EI % of Sec' 14, Madiera to'Hyer Bros.
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Detroit 16 13 announced.
( 552 : ..M.Manufacturers MACHINERY AND BOILERS, |
I T. 1, Ri 31 w., $1.00 and other valuable Gracia, Span ss Ruiz, 2122, Port wi 'Repairers'lot.
New York. .. .. ..15 13 535, considerations. Passed Assistant: Surg< ns-VT. P. Co. FOROINOS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
St Louis. .. ... ....15 15 500, Traynor given additional duty at Tampa to Gulf Transit
Ida 2267, Liverpool to S. REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt, attention given to all orders, t
Span SB
Cleaned andPressed ChIcago.. .. .. .. .. 14 15 483 Portsmouth,. N. H.: yard.: .. Shatter &iCo.Kirfcwood ; day or ntfht: Agents-for-James McKay & Co.'s Celebrated Log and 0
Washington .. .. ..13 16 448 Do Not be Imposed Upon. Assistant SurgeonsS.. K.Reevea Timber 'chains \
? Br ss 1952, Tulloch Rio s 'Dogs, also of all descriptions. Office phone 123. Resl-
Boston .. .. .., .. .. 8 24 250Yesterday's :> Foley & Co., Chicago,. originated ordered to Naval Hospital,, >cte Janeiro to'Keyser & Co. p dence phone 10:9. P. .0. Box 123. PHIL WITTRAN, Mgr. .
Honey and Tar as throat and lung BostonMass.' ; 1A. H.: Allen appointed 'Louise'Gerrss 1480, Bohndorf Antwerp .N...ON0000..lbNOd1N...NO.ONif.Ni .OONOd40014
R. A. Campbell detached Naval
Results. remedy, and on account of the great ; to-J. Schreyer.
S St. Louis 6, Washington 4 (ten Innings Recruiting Station, Cincinnati, Ohio, .
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey Teodoro de Larrinaga, Br ss, Carroll ,
and order to Midway Islands J. D.
). and '!'ar. many imitations' are offeredfor ; 2998, Manchester to Gulf Transit S
at the Pensacola Clean Manchester: ordered to Naval Recruit-
Dying
Cleveland' 8, Philadelphia 5.
the genuine. These worthless-imitations Company WANTED !
ing and Pressing Club, Pan*, Detroit 6, Boston 3. have similar sounding names. n'ig Brown Station detached, Cincinnati the Texas Ohio, ;ordered H. L. Verbena Br. ss. 1504, Mann, Norfolk ,, '
New York 8, Chicago 2. Beware of them. The genuine Foley's home and ,.toHBaars: & Co.ShIps. .
:placed on waiting orders;
ama hats cleaned and blocked and Tar is in
Honey yellow '
; a pack. W.! S. PUgh, Jr., ordered to the Lan
Game Friday. age. Ask for it and, refuse any sub. caster; 1 tf); P. Haynes, ordered to Wanted-By .a man in ill health "any old kind" of life
The Y. M. C. A. ball team will battle
stitute. It is the best for
remedy ; Naval Hospital, Washington,. 'D. C. Canara, Itl. ship, 1495 Repetts Ge- insurance
that willoffef his after his death
js with the Bankers at Palmetto Beach coughs and colds. For sale by W;'A. : Assistant Naval Constructors- noa;,to Master. protect!on to family
Friday afternoon. This promises to D'Alemberte. i C. Kintner, A. H. P. "HFretz ; which will soon Address "
be exciting and well VanKeuren Harvest Queen, Brit .ship, Fcrsyth, occur "Procrastinator, Aroundthe
a very game one R. W. Ryden, F. G. Cobqrn Rio Janiero to order.
Reese & Mendel worth going to see. COLLINS AND PONSPURCHASE IW. P. Druley appointments; an Corner*' \

The Orioles have-organized for the BARBER SHOP nounced.Assistant Paymasters M. Hancock Barks. Take a>.policy in.-the Union Central Life while you can.
11 N. PALAFOXYoifre season and are open for games. Address Pensacola, Fla..May 14, 1906. Antigua, Nor bk 1348, Ferguson,
detached ( of
Ira Antone. P. O. Box 503. The We have this day sold to Boos Pons accounts and 1!ordered Bureau supplies and New.Orleans "to A. Zelius. -; B. S. WIUIAMS 'General
to duty as general <; Agent.
Dharwar, Sweed bk., 1271 Olssen,I
- line up IsBowen: / pitcher; Weber, and Clarence Collins the barber shop storekeeper Manila P. I. ..-. >- ?, *'
catcher; Boyette catcher; Bsnifay: formerly owned by Bauer & Matthews Chief Gunner-C. W. Lungquist Rio Janeiro to H. H. Boyer..
first base; 'Bossaro, second base; Weber which we purchased May 1st. commission announced. King Malcolm, It bk, Gufi, 1233, Ge-

''H.. third base; Roche, C., short SOLOMON FURNITURE CO. Boatswain P. O'Neil ordered to i.oa to Huges &: Co. tt..NNOIN 0.0 A00 0 N.N.ONN.4.1N..t NNN
stop; Roch, E., left field Van Matre, We, the undersIgned, are continuingto the Wabash;, P. Herbert ordered. to Luisa, Ital. bk. 1591 Montano, from I 9
Center field; Bonifay right field. run this shop in first-class style the. New Jersey. Nolloth) .to master. ,
: Not Lake Erie Itl/bk., 928. Efigan, Bas
i and will appreciate a callCOLLINS Warrant Machinist-J. H. M& I
S
& PONS, Donough ordered to the New som to Master.
Given up to Die. *" Marine Jersey. Port Sonoclan, Uruguay bk 1112,: Contrast I
Corps Orders. .
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B. Spiegel 1204 N. Virginia St., Lieutenant Colonel U. H. Higb.ee, Ferres, Msntevideo to German American
Well Dressed Evansville, Ind., writes: "For over NOTICE. retired granted six months leave IJb '. Co.: ,
five years I was troubled with kidney Notice is hereby given that the undersigned with permission to leave the United Paalo Angelo Ital bk 1136, Bezzo.. .
and bladder affections which causedme owners of the following ves- States. Precursore, Ital bk, Schiafflno 1508 H 'You' Please i

S much pain and worry. I lost fles'a sels will not be responsible. any Captain N. H. Hall ordersd to Marine Genoa to Rosasco Bros.Rebecca 4 .' .
and was all run down, and a year ago debts contracted in the name 'of,said Barracks for duty with marines Crowell. Am bk 491, Daw,
Unless You're had to abandon work entirely. I had vessels unless first authorized *bv a c'etached lor the Connecticut and to Portq'.Rico to J. 1. Kelly & Co. T 'The overheated kit chen, the dingy coal scuttle wood box :
three of the best physicians who did written order signed by ust: The above vessel. Sterling, Nor bk, Ellepsen, Lablta: t and ash..pans with the handsome and compact gas raner g

me no good and I was practically given notice refers to the following vessels: First Lieutenant A. 'N. Brunzell de- Bay to order. where the wood box, coal bucket and ash pan are un Y
up to die. Foley's Kidney Cure Schooner Althea Franklin;Caldwell H. tached the Cleveland and ordered toMarine v known, and you have a fajjit Idea of the great advanta??
Well Shod was recommended and the first bottle Colt, Mary L. Harty, Amy Wixon,''Emma Barracks, Boston, Mass. Schooners. gatee'4. by Y
gave me great relief, and after taking Jane Osceola, Ariola, Francis & ''Second Lieutenants M. E. Shearer Annie .Id. Brit schr., 397, Carter, '. ..
the second bottle I was entirely cur ordered to Mantos to-J. A. Merritt & Co. :
Margery, Silas Stearns, Algoma, Halcyon duty with marine detachment ] Cooking With Gas. Y
ed." For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte. William H. Warren, Clara P. for the Midway Islands; J. R. I Donna Christina Am sell, McLeod
The dressing of the feet is as Sewell Isabelle. Horton detached 'Midway Islands and :165, Cardenas.S. .
inoperative as that of the heador WARREN FISH COMPANY. ordered to Marine Barracks, Mare G. Haskill. Am sch 569 Staples ij Pertsaco/a Gas Company i
body. ROUND TRIP SUMMER Island; J. E. Lewis detached the "-New York to Order.GUARANTEE.D .

Nothing detracts more from and Brooklyn and ordered to the Maine; ; ; Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. j i;
R: 'B. 'Putnam detached the Maine and
the appearance that, poorly CONVENTION RATES ordered to duty as aide de camp to LIQUOR: CURE. ..4.N. ..NN.M.i.IN.....1...N..NN...N.1...1...i0
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.dread feet. DO YOU Brig. General Marine Corps, Washington We would not under any circum- .
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/ stances endorse a remedy for the ---
D. C.
The easiest way to have the Round trip summer excursions from
of the'drink habit until we had
feet properly shod is to bring all points east to Pacific coast and cur*
satisfied ourselves that it Order Your
absolutely
northwest from June 1 to September have ....
trouble with
'''them to us. any vsrx--o. +
old all It claimed. Orrine is the only
15, with special! stop-over privileges, John Doe l"rHeed..Ir""John ICE COAL and WOOD
cure for the drink habit that we
next need foot- ,
The
timer
you to October 31 1906.
good ,
returning
Doe" proceedings were abol know of and the only one that we fr tlioConsumers'
wsar Just leave it to your feet. N. E. A. meeting at Los Angeles, YOUR FEET; ? D1
They will find their way to our July 913. ished by law in Great Britain in 1852. ever knew of that had enough merit Ice and Fuel Company.
store and into a pair of our Previous to that time John Doe had to be' sold under a positive guaranteeto '
famous : Elks meeting Denver Colo., July if you do, there is no necessity for it, figured- in the old fashioned ejectment refund the. money if it does not .QISoCorier .fetp* ta4 Tarragona. Phone 251z -

1621. when you can get the only! original actioB for the recovery of the posses cure, It has stood the test of years
Summer rates to Colorado June 1 ,
of and( we know of many whomIt ,
$3.50 OXFORDS.All sion of land, together 'with damagesfor use
to September.30. has cured of the drink habit ..... .
BUNION LAST the wrongful withholding thereof. > =r-
Hotel Men's Convention Portland
leathers, all styles. The guarantee given with each
For convenience
Ore., June 2528. various reasons of package thoroughly protects the buy
Use the splendid through serviceof Shoe at my store that will make' you and history dating from the reign of er. .Orrine is in two forms; No. 1 for Stag Varnish Wood Stains.Put
the Southern Pacific from New Or- feel comfortable: Just to look at, and a Edward IIL A did not proceed againstB secret use and No. 2 for' those who
leans; Union Pacific from Kansas dream of paradise when you putthem directly In such a.case. Instead A wish-to be cured $1.00 a box. Mail
City. or Chicago. on, and only $3.00 and$3.60 per:pair. delivered to B an entirely false statemeat : orders filed. The Orrine Co., WashingtOn up In,gallons, half gallons, quarts and pints. Str:

Through Pullman tourist cars from All the latest shapes, in Snow, Flor- from the fictitious "John Doe" D. C., or White's Pharmacy, contents: of can after opening and apply smoothly with

Washington, Atlanta Montgomery, sheim and King Quality Shoot at from that A had devised the land to "John" 106 S., Palafox street. brush -to the woodto be stained. Dollar seventy-five a
H O. ANSON etc., and from St. Louis and Chicagoto $3.00 to $6.00 guaranteed to fit* the for a term of years and "John" had gallon." .
California. foot and the purse;' 'OD".- trial and I been ousted from it by the equally Notice, I. O. 0. F.
Write me for literature and Infor- know you'll! come again. fictitious "RJchar* Roe. Then Rica- Regular meeting Excelsior Encampment LUMBER' AND BUILDERS' MATERIAL AND HARDWARE ALWAYS

CASH CLOTHIER, mation. ard informed.. that'he was not goingto .No. 4,1. 0. O. F. at 7:30 p.. m. ON HA.ND.
J. F. VAN\ RBNISSELAER, defend the action himself, but B tonight at ball corner Belmont and

General Agent, Jo& COLEMAN must do it, and so on. Oc ,'lonally, Baylen streets. :All patriots and visiting Saunders'Mill Company
i
1 Center Palafci and MaID, 124 Peachtree St.Atlanta. Ga. of Doe" ,brothers are invited Work li!
by way variety, "John gave
i ir I, R. 0.. BEAN. T. P. A., Royal.Purple' degree. neat 717. 21 Ca.f Garden Stop
to "GoodtUle.
I G. W. ELY. ,'1'.: P. 'A. : 212-.S. Palafox St. place one T. 0.. STINSON, .




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