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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 24, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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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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IMMIGRATION BILL % CANAL .EXPOSITION "% BY ALDERMEN E
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CANAL *& Washington By Associated, May Press 23.-The # C COMMITTEE[[ tli"Rfr

committee on Industrial Arts %

Measure Consists' of Series of & and Expositions today author- & Chairman of Board of Works Asked -
t 'ro Klllf AT T Tr & ized a favorable report, on the *! PRESBYTERIANS f [ N :

SUPPLIES[ Amendments tot the *concurrent, ing the president resolution!to invite request.the #$' to Step Down RT ll :

of the states to parT ,
governors
Existing Law. *; ticipate in the Tampa exposition # and Out

A r POLITICAL l ** ginnin'g, commemorating of work on; the the Pana-be- ** ASKED K[ FOR ANINJUNCTION N I I .1'1 I t

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Secretary Taft Asks that AuthorityBe Question of Sectionalism BroughtUp *K. .to ma be canal.held from The January exposition to :May is, *11 Mayor Bliss Opposed Adoption ol Mayor Bliss and Chairman Zelius y : j.i


Granted Panama Canal in Discussion.. ,1908. Such Measure. Defend Action of Board ,; I ,j
MEETING rrhe resolution;was so amended N

Commission. that if adopted: it will not # of Works. ::, J- 1! l
commit the government to $I
AMENDMENT ADOPTED, AFTER financially aid the enterprise.: ALDERMAN MULJDON PAYS HIS

The president, however, is requested & .
DOMESTIC PRICESIre ,DEBATE, AUTHORIZING CREATION Tragedy at Chipley. Ga. During *' to hold'a naval review & To Prevent Union of Churches But RESPECTS TO CHIEF EXECUTIVE RESENT CRITICISM ;"Ji.-

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OF DIVISION, OF, INFORMATION % in Tampa bay during the ex- AND SAYS THAT MAYiOfl i
position. ..- Illinois Court Refused to iI
AND' GIVING STATES AU. Gathering Addressed by The resolution was introduced ,DOMINATES BOARD OF WORKS t-I'

Considered Extortionate by THORITY TO MAINTAIN AGENCIES Hoke Smith.By **, of ''Florida.by Congressman Sparkman- *'$ Consider the Case.By ZELIUS WAS PRESENT AND Advance Arguments to Prove that ; .

AT IMMIGRATION 'STA 9 HEARD ALL: THAT WAS SAID
Secretary of War it Associated Press Board Acted Properly.r .

TIONS. Associated PreSs !Decatur, Ills., May 23.-An application ;

Columbus, Ga., May 23.-An Enquir MRS. DAVIS IS for an injunction to restrain theunion' i H fl i'.1 !
RESOLUTION AUTHORIZED RESTRICTING erSunspecial from Chipley, Ga., says of >Presbyterian churches was 0 GARBAGE CONTRACTS, GfNGLEI ,:
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Associated Press. refused today by J'udgeJohns, who committee is of the < :
By an outdoor po'itical! meeting addressed "Your 'AND DAW CONTROVERSY PAss ,
PURCHASES TO ARTICLES Washington, May .-In additionto MUCH ,IMPROVED said the case has no parallel American opinion that the best interests ,, ,

OF DOMESTIC PRODUCTION passing half a.dozen bills to whichno by Hoke Smith was broken up jurisprudence.: He declared that of the city would: be served '$ MENT OF BILLS; BY BOARD' CITY<,* i ,
i objection was made, the senate there thTs: afternoon by a pistol duel whether the doctrines of the Cumberland by the resignation of Mr. A.

UNLESS PRESIDENT..to-day devoted the 'entire session to in the edge of the crowd, in which Joe By Associated Press Presbyterian church were widely Zelius, as a member of the '$ WORK AND OTHER MATTERS
'the immigration bill, which was pass- Hastey, a farmer, was shot and In- New York, :Mal' 23.-: Mrs. Jefferson variant from those of.the Presbyterian 0- Board of Public Works, and 'iI "
DEEMS BIDS ..EXTORTIONATE- ed just before adjournment. A large stantly killed by a. mi named Irvin'g, Davis's condition: was much improved church was an ecclesiastical question I & we suggest that this council a GONE INTO IN DETAIL BY*
portion of the discussion was devoted today and apparently there were no entirely': upon which,the ecclesiastical request his resignation."'
who was pursued by several BOARD MEMBERS.
CONSULAR AND DIPLOMATICBILL to supplying information concern- Identity unknown, and fell shot persons to bad results from the,brief turn for the judiciatory having passed the civil I fj' itIw :.: T
ing different sections of the countryto worse which was experienced last court will not act. He held that courtsof c-HI "
CONSIDERED BY HOUSE.By death after running about three
newly arrived immigrants.The I I !night. equity will not pass upon matters "
blocks.It :
bill consists of a series of I I doctrinal.NO The above is an extract from the Chairman Zelius of the Board of ,
is reported there had .been bad
amendments to, the existing law, all I I of the finance committee
feeling between the for sometimeon report Public Works and Mayor Bliss submitted J
Associated Press intend to institute stricter regulations '1 men DECISION' IN THECALDWELL
'account of a small Indebtednessand MECKLENBURG which was submitted to the councilto i a defense of their action as .1
to keep out ,undesirable classesof HERESY CASE
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Washington! ; May 23.-HSecretary I
aliens. The head tax is increased I when they met today at the meet. the council last night, and adopted members of the board at the council : t
Taft appeared before the senate
today
Committee on Finance and urged from two to five collars. I I'ng the quarrel was renewed. Effortsto CELEBRATION Greenville, S. C., (May .Almost after a hard parliamentary fight by a meeting last night and resented the :

congress, to give the Panama Canal] The questions of sectionalism I quiet the men were unavailing and the entire day was occupied in the gen- close vote. criticism made by the finance commit' .
Commission authority to purchase two cropped out during the discussion oi the shooting began. Two persons In I eral assembly of the Southern Pres-- It is seldom that such frank lan- tee in a recent report.
steel dredges,In a foreign market andto the amendment authorizing the creation the crowd were slightly wounded by .. By Asscctatefi Press. byter'ans today with arguments in guage" is used in a legislative body
take action to authorize the purchasing of a bureau of information for flying bullets.UNKNOWN. Charlotte, N. C., ..liy'23.JA b'.g, the case of Dr. W.:E. Caldwell of,Fort as that used by Mayor Bliss! and Ai The communication of the chairmanand

.abroad of other supplies when the benefit of Immigrants. Senator crowd gathered today to participate In Worth, Texas, charged with heresy. derman Muldon luring the discussion mayor was tabled when present
domestic manufacturers charge extortionate McCreary said a special effort should cekjbrating the anniversary of the No decision was reached today. The oi the question. ed to the council after being read by

prices. j I be made to secure better:distribution I I I 1 NEGRO signing of the, Mecklenburg: declaration -case will be continued tomorrow. When the report of the finance the chief executive. Ih fact tie! communication .
The 'committee authorized of immlgrats .than. obtainable fnder of independence.;; floral parade, committee had been read by Clerk and the fact that the
a resolution
restricting such purchase of the present system. Most of the new MAY BE LYNCHEDBy an address by Hon- Champ Clark, of Merritt, Mayor Bliss, with feeling finance committee had brought In a
comers, he said, locate in the eastern ALABAMA LAWYER
supplies and equipment to articles of .Missouri on "United States in the called Alderman Wright to the chair report previously asking for the resignation
states and large cities where they Twentieth-Centurydrilling; 'toy United and took the floor and stated that "i
[ of Chairman Zelius as a memo
domestic production and manufacture
unless "the president shall deem the were where not Immigration needed,,wlereas was needed the South, was, Associated Press. States troops 'and marines and tonight KILLED BY ENGINE have that something "to say in conection bet of the Board of Public Works :, i
filled the with report.
Wds and tenders, therefor to be extordonite almost entirely' overlooked., He-c."e- Shaw, ""Miss, May 23.-A a fireworks display:: caused Alderman Muldon to use some '
name
." negro Mayor 'Defends Zelius. in which he criticised ,
treasonable. :dared 285,000 aliens located in strong language "
that
unknown,.is In jail this! program.J. .
I New York last}ear and'.paljrsixhun:: I "county; charged.. with at-Clevelandt the murder of a1 1 ."" :r t adsd .n )l-"Na .2 S,....,"M: A,Stock- :Mayor',Bliss read a defense of the what he alleged to be the mayor's. !.
tONGWORTH'PLEADS' dred sought homes it; KeJltu ky. He seven year old white boy wha refusedto MONUMENTS 'TO'N. dale. a prominent lawyer, was killed Board of Works signed bfCbairmahZelius connection' with the Board of PubUa-- .
FOR CONSULAR SERVICE called atention to the, fact that the task ordered the by a switch engine: today. Stockdale and himself. At the conclu- Works.
1 south was not 'represented!' in the im- .do a by negro. stood in the crater of the track and sion of the reading Alderman ReIlly The communication submitted by

Washington, May .The house migration service anal criticised the The some boy's miles body from, in the a scene sack,of was the found mur Y. SOLDIERSBy apparently did not hear 'the whistleof moved that the communication. be Chairman} Zelius and Mayor Bliss fol.

devoted most of the day to the diplomatic present arrangements as sectional- der. Lynching Is not improbable.NOTED the approaching: locomotive tabled, which prevailed.This lows:
done, the then addressed
mayor
and consular bill. The day's The Communication.To .
proceedings closed! with a speech by, ism.Senator Spooner defended the pr.es.ent I 'Associated Press. PARISH. RELEASED: FSJ::fV1CUSTODY the council in a defense. of of
NORWEGIAN' POET.AND RoanoliA; Va., May 23.The New Chairman Zelius. The chief executive the Honorable Board Aldermen
system against the charges of BY POLICEC.
Mr. Longworth, of Ohio, who urged : .ID.RAMA ToIIST"DEAD Soldiers Monument Com- City of Pensacola.Gentlemen .
York state tribute to the
paid a high
sectionalism, saying the commission W. Parish'the: white man beatenby
more liberal treatment of United Associated Press' j tour of !inspection :-We, the two membersof
By mission arrived today on a honor and integrity of the man whore:
er of immigration was not an agent Captain Fondebila of the police
jSlates representatives abroad con. for state.' Christiana, Norway, fray 23. Hen- : of the Virginia battlefields on department, and charged with carry- resignation by request was under the Board of Public Works involved
any
trastlng'the"present system with thatof After further debate an amendmentwas rik Ibsen, Norwegian poet and dramatist which New York soldiers' fell in the ing concealed weapons ana' resistingan : consideration. Major (Bliss stated in the investigation by your honor
other ('ountri He made a strong adopted authorizing the creationof died this afternoon. He was civil war. The commission will leave, officer in the'discharge of his duty that Mr. Zelius hao. remained true to able body desire to make formal reply -

flea for the purchase of buildings by a Division of Information Ilmltl i; born in 1828. Death came unexpectedly tomorrow for Appomattox Petersburg,!' was released yesterday on paymentof every trust reposed in him, and had! or explanation, to certain sections
the United States' in foreign countries, the expense to twenty 'thousand dollars although he had been ill for along Richmond and Fredericksburg' to locate his fine, $125. less the time the remained at his post when others I''of the finance committee's report
and for larger salaries BO that a man ;, an<:authorizing etatcp, terri time. monuments to New York soldiers. man has served in jail. coma not be found, to fulfill their' bearing on the Board of Public Works.
(If moderate: means way not be placedat tories and corporations interested in 1 I duty, in time of need and adversitylast Section 3 of the report complainsthat
a disadvantage in the consular service immigration to maintain agencies at summer. II the removal of the 'garbage has
with a man who had more money. immigration stations.SUMMARY In closing Mayor Bliss stated that not been carried out by the contractor,
not an act of the chairman could be I and that the garbage has not all been
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questioned, and that no charges had I I I putoutsideof city limits. We do not

NEGRO LYNCHEDIN OF Jt7sr LET been filed against him, yet the coun- think that any contract that has ever
yov'How cil was in the attitude of asking for been made'with anjlbcdy for the removal -

MISSISSIPPI THE WEATHER yt 7tLATa his resignation, according to the purport of garbage has !been strictly
.21 CL1 MAN Clt>Y I of the finance committee recom- complied with ''by any contractor,and,

..0.- In AK Iiou..SIt i ,: mena'ation. we doubt very much whether the city
: o gEDAY "In of the city and as
The maximum temperature yesterday the name will ever get a contractor who will

By Associated Preia. was 74 degrees at,2:30 p. m. and TEVER{ ''',n'" ,... :- chief executive I protest, against thin" live up to the terms of the contract
THE.FROK of the finance committee( ,
Columbus, Miss, May 23.-George the minimum 68 degrees at 6 p. m. A Bill. procedure absolutely.: As for moving the garbage
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j,1KEP .. has fulfilled '
..... said: the mayor, "Mr. Zellus outside the c'ty- limits, this hat
Younger, a negro, who killed William In his summary of the weather yesterday owed
Rector, a well known citizen, who Observer Reed said: er Loss AT every obligation he ever munici- never been dime! by any contractor,
the
was a member of the posse which "Areas of high and l low barometric 1 ,.i OFfICE: WNfCI..ECT the city" and has helped except perhaps a little now and then.
was trying to arrest the negro last pressure occupy about the same positions : ; pality. The present contractor has been removing
of mayor's
the
During the course
Sunday, was taken from jail here as they did .on Tuesday morn- Of13t1JNESS.. Alderman Muldon arose the garbage outside the city
last night by a mob and lynched. ing; an .extensive deprossionj[in the xr ... argument of order, which was sustained limits and the county commissioners
to point
West is still central over the lower 1000.Do / a by Alderman Wright who was have put stop to it, and it seems that
plateau region: 'causing showers in the only place there is to dump garb
in the chair.Previous
INSURRECTION i IN north Pacific states, northern Rocky .IJ rt, rc Rv s to taking the chair, Al- age any where near Pensacola is near
Mountain districts, throughout the ,;n, .all f derman \vrlght had movetf that the Cypress Pond,and there are objections
SANTO DOMINGOBy eastern slope of the Rockies and Pj/I 2! report of the finance committee oe to it be Tl'; dumped there; and that is
southward through Texan; a "low" received and the recommendations. within the city limits. If the city will
over Florida is causing rains in the 1IE1)ICJ contained therein be approved. not allow the garbage dumped within
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east Gulf and south Atlantic states, Hot. ;/ S .'Q't Moved to Amend. the city limits and the county commis-
Associated Press and a high pressure area over the Alderman McHugh moved as an soiners will not allow it le be dumped
Washington,. May 23.-The follow- north Atlantic is attend' by fair '1l ''AriTItI amendment to Alderman Wright's outside of the city limits, and the Pilot
l kg was received to-dayfrom a naval weather. Light.scattered' showers are 1'Li'I3iAT motion that the report of the finance Commissioners will not allow it to
officer! at Santo Domingo: "News has reported from the upper Mississippi S CAP EYTo committee be approved, with the ex- be dumped !in the bay, it seems that
been received of an Insurrection at valley, the lake region, and the Ohio A PULP' ception that the clause referring to the garbage contractor in the lan-

Mancoris, Santo Domingo, in which valley. High temperatures prevailover 7 Chairman Zellus's resignation be exeluded. guage of the the streets, is strictly
]Prisoners); were released. The rebels the central valleys and the- lake J! "up against it." Perhaps your honorable .
a thdrew. No Americans are endan- region. 1 Muldon's Hot Rejoiner. !: body can suggest some place for
g?red." "The Florida disturbance which a r Oll NT To SfT :: ;In reply to Mayor Bliss, Alderman the garbage to be dumped; we confess .
was central between Tampa' and Jupi ;\ T &LSIow AI3LYOUi LG Dl: Mulaon was the spokesman He said that we are not aWe to furnish a '
ter at 7 a., m. will cause fresh north- Bur i was whether or not contractor has
that the question
"' place, and the garbage
SAD PLIGHT OF east winds along the West Florida rT 'Wlf .TAT{ UP D TA the Board of Works had a right to notified us that he is ready to surrender -
't1ov CLtMJrI
coast with rain! to-nigb and probably a HOT iCE iN to the council's orders?
It'L go contrary the contract at any moment, if the
Art
Thursday. T2 -Two v+tEEtt s' For one he did not think BO. I council desires itIt is
YOUNG GERMAN ?bl AsY TXIN so: a very easy
occasion to I
Mr. Muldn took say matter to find fault but it is not so "

.. HEAVY LOSS BY that Chairman Zelius: was not so I,I t easy to remedy the fault when It ...
much to blame, because he thoughtthat comes. to practical working. .
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A young German fisherman, Mayor Bliss practically dominated -
known'' as "Paul" has been picked up FIRE IN ALASKASeattle iT4.LAH0r the Board of Works, which incluied Gingles and! Daw. r
in an apparent insane condition. Mr. Zelius."I In regard to Section 4, referring to .
Little is known of the unfortunate want to say right here that I the sweeping of Palafox street, we are
Joung fellow who was employed on May 23.-A: special states believe,that Mayor !Bliss wrote every not aware that the street has not
one of the-fishing smacks out of this that the ,entire business portion of a word of that defense of the Board of been swept daily, and we would like
city Fairbanks, Alaska was burned'yester 6- Works, and that Mr. Zelius 'signed to have the evidence in this matter.
The first day. The loss Is estimated at qne mil it. I have no knowledge of the trutho We are aware that the street was not
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,seen of"Paul" was Monday '
lion dollars.; It is feared.the food supply my remarks and! am perfectly properly swept for various reasons all

:aprnlng.* H. Hutchinson when the, man on Hoist was found& Com by has been .destroyed; although details 'rHf; N0 1 willing that the mayor say that I am of which you have been apprised: from
pany's wharf. received are mefcgre. f t LAwrl IYWvS. in error, should he so decide. time to time.
:At the time the
fellow young The mayor who heard the challenge In regard to Section 5, the suspension -
was. suffering with, or bordering AFFAIRS' I 1nson on deljrum! tremens. Mr Hutch- CIRCLES ARE, QUIET \ ,,. i I ", '. -. Mr. Muldon among other things tion of whether Mr. Daw and Mr. Gin:

that notified the police and asked .:' \ ._\' stated that Mayor Bliss was the con- gles should run the city and the Boardof
care be taken of the fisherman. F. P. Levy filed suit in, the circuit % \'I'' trolling factor in the board, and in- Public Works or whether the Boardof

Mr Hutchinson states that If theDoliee' court yesterday afternoon against theWe3tern .." ? 't timated that Mr. Zelius was nothing Public Works should manage its
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had, taken charge of "Paul" as JInl n. Telegraph. ,:Company ; = --........ : s more than a follower of the chief exe- own affairs.

would have been done, that the young for |200 damages.. -y J.f J'iQ b,.' .'eo.. : ::>. cutive. In regard to Section 6. as to the
oaa! would! Muldon's ,
now be all right As it Is Municipal Court. ---- 'Durin Mr. arraignment men who worked under Mr. Daw with
Be appears to be before Recorder 4 Bliss sat unmoved but appeared -
a mental and physiCal Fifteen cases were Mayor the exception we believe of two, eachof "
wreck. forenoon and all < deeply interested in the proceed-
L&ney yesterday the men were toW! not to go to
"Paul la;spoken of as ordinarily an misdemeanors except one, which waa : '.;, "f'-. ." t' ings. Mr. Muldon discussed! ail work but they chose to do so anyhow.We .

I sre&ble and ,'well behaved" man. It sent to the county."' j y ,. ,. '....t. L '. ..--I... -" "", :. _\ phases of the question anal handed! do not see any more reason why
'. thought that he got in with a bad ,Thirty-one dollars'and costs were 'V ?" : .. '.- -,
: when
: :> Three.) these men should be paid tttjy
crowd lad drank too much. assessed.' '' THE SMARTNESS ,OF MR.'FAMILY.'MAN IN'DOEs'a SPRING HOUSE CLSUOfG.!' : or (Continued on Page i





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j-1.. ....-... ........ .-- .,'. dumped allowed into'the enough bay good to ballast make' every to be Pain

z. '. .. .. .. .', .... street In !Pe&saoola, hard street and

-' ,. ..... every road in'Escambla county a hard COMPULSORYPILOTACE l R Never resign yourself to suffer pain. Women's
J)::: "\ road, and we challenge tWa' committeeto are.curable. They are thesign:: of dangerous
f THE CHILDREN ENJOY {J: point to a former Board of Public pains
: i1 Works that has sought to get valuable conditions of the female organs, which should be

." (/ "..'t.4. ".... cargoes of ballast and :build streets of promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow
f life out of doors and out of the'games which. they play .and the enjoyment. ; oJ. it as has been done by the present I [

fay; which they receive and the efforts which they make, comes the greater part of that board It is something that has not

: tef; healthful development which is so essential to their happiness when >grown. When :/ ib been practiced.thought of-And to say we think nothing that of the being

t a laxative is needed the remedy which is given to them to cleanse and sweeten and ,({ 1 labored criticism that the committeehad

strengthen.the internal organs on which it acts, should be such,sas physicians would .( .4; sought to heap-upon this board Is. ; St ong Pressure Being 'Brought t WIRe frUICOMES

known to be wholesome and the entirely uncalled. for.Payment .-: .
sanction, because its component parts are remedy ;,!- : '.' '
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itself free from every objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians and J., l'.f; :.... of Bills. Upon Congress to Kill ,the.

parents, well-informed, apprors and teco=end and which the little ones enjoy, \t' ', In regard to Section 13 of the report,
we do not think'that this council ever Proposed d .Measures, .
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because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its beneficial effects, is-Syrup ;( : 1\ has expected, expects now or ever

F,,. of Figs-and for the same reason it is the only laxative which should be used by .1\.. :,"r.-.;.!+.:}:.'l'., will expect the chairman of the 'Board IT TO WOMAN'S RELIEF .
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=': 11 fathers and mothers. .1:.. ......,.C.:' of Public Works to personally keep PRESIDENT O'BRIEN, OF NATION. whenever she suffers from any of woman's biting and weakening pains.It .
'' of is the only remedy which acts gently, pleasantly and naturally :!,>J "'" track of every employee's t'me and follows and
Syrup Figs .. the details of every little bill thai is AL BAR PILOTS AND CAPTAIN: not only compels the pains to stop, but It up drives out
rw. .:; c without griping, irritating, or nauseating and which cleanses the system effectually -) t f purchased In his department but the cause of the pains, which prevents them from coming back,

'' without producing that constipated habit which results from the use of the old."L' \.f- these things are looked after precisely TURNURE, OF SANDY HC70K' AS- It makes you well Try It.

,. time cathartics and modern imitations,and against which the children should be so ;;..tI: > the same here as they are in any i SOCIATION GIVE THEIR VIEWS bottles.
i j carefully guarded. If you would have them grow to 'manhood and womanhood, '"ik '';"./ other city by the heads of the various Sold everywhere In $1.00

and RELATIVE TO QUESTIONS NOW
:r. departments, and the payrolls
1 strong, healthy and happy, do not give them medicines, when medicines are not ...S \/ vouchers made out and endorse] ac WRITE'US A LOT UK* "WITHOUT A PAIN,"

",t.l )a-- needed, and when nature needs assistance in the way of a laxative, give them only ....N.3.1.:"'ti. cordingly. It te a matter of impossibility UNDER CONSIDERATION. freely and frankly,in strictest confidence writes Mary. Shelton, of Poplar

the simple, pleasant and gentle-Syrup of Figs. \. for a man at the head of a telling us all your symptoms and Bluff, Mo., 'I Con do my housework,
>rt&V T--r* Its quality is due not only to the excellence of the combination of the laxative ;<:; \ i large institution to be acquainted with troubles. We will send tree advice although, before taking CARDU1 twin .
& all the details in person, but it must Special To The Journal. ( plain sealed envelope), bow to doctors had done me no good !Iar>
f.y principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juices, but also to our I''i'!{ '
: truthfully I was cured by CarauI .
-U, be attended to by trusted men and in cure them. Address: Ladies'AdvisoryDept. say
"A. ? ,, r original method of manufacture and as you value the health of the little ones, do ; -\) this Is precisely what has been done in opposition Washington to, the May bills 23.Pressure presented. in .,Tht Chattanooga Medicine,, I want every suffering lady to know of
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.c ;'. not accept any of the substitutes which unscrupulous dealers sometimes offer to ':,.. \ the Board of Public Works. The the Senate by Senator IFrye and in Chattanooga, Tenn. this wonderful medi ne.

\tif.**** increase their profits. Please to remember, the full name of the Company- ;,;1 1 chairman has signed the payrolls and the House by Representative Little-

*..,*-' CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.-is printed on the front of every package. In 1 1O \ vouchers believing that the trusted field, both of Mains, for the abolition
employees who had the care and the of pilotage, is being
..... : compulsory
,. ... .. ........-.. order to get its beneficial .1\-" ":...\ making of them performed; their duties -brought upon Congress by Capt. J. ---=

.,, ,;.;:"'."'f..';", ,, o ............. :'.1" "I;h.,.... effects it is always necessary ',t......I"\..."J'....;..:.I.j Conscientiously and' honestly. If Ed. OT&rien, President ol the Irllots "! """H "-= "7 =_ ;JRIIO'
l :"ftr' 1'- ..... .j to buy the genuineonly. z''" 1 .)1:::,.... there has been anything wrong In the !Association, of Pensacola, ana' Capt. Order Tour
"t"t ;; ,t'f: ,, matter it has not come to the surface. B. W. Turnure of the New York Sandy
pr'f \.t. : i r For.sale by all reliable .//\.J: .: 1"1", .+ ; ..1....
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r -0;"..' St" '...... :\. t I?;1 .t'.V'\.. .,.. .. (: t.till.:- ..',1 ":./0\' '\ Hn regard to Section 14 complaint Is Hook Pilots Association. The ICE COAL and WOOD
'r .\. .'10. \t' \ .; druggists.N Cyr.J.'fo"J.' . r ..(. r.N."1.1 made that the cement and brick work maritime interests of Maine desire ,
'F;.,0.. .. -'' .., .'.\,.. '.1.. ...,..... .'. ', 'f':'''' :' ,_. '01'I;".", ( \ .," .. ..... from the
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r "'.. .. .. ,' in some cases on East Intendencia that their coastwise schooners be relieved -
f.1': \ .,... .. 7-_1". J ...,..J. .",- ..... ...",. street and East Zarragossa street was of complying with the rules i Consumers'. + Company.
....!..j.. .\.., I ....."'' .... -V.... .. ) \,,ii'.l' t. .1., jV requiring them to take board a ,
... '1." '::' .... .. ..".:.... '...., l".. ,.. "j.:'."..... ...... interior The council will kindly take on Office-Comer Chase and Tarragona Phone 25!.
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( ,:) :..- ;::" .\ ... 'lr. :. 5;:: J' into consideration the fact that this pilot before entering a port. Capt.
r> : '.,:.': ., -'. .t :':.r :.;.."'"; .:-:!,.,... ..................:.:;:,. .\:.\. \'h I('J 1r.1', ...... ,,..( (..\.. work complained of was mostly built pTBrien! and Capt. Turnure are look
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.! 1 .'.' .." ''' ': ing after the interests of -=0
t'I, ... .J I' I'.f \ '. \.... ( out of thirty-two thousand ((32,000) the pilots
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,..,.' I ; I i : .: 't '\'l' f .w.... <..... the before the Committee on Merchant
I I pounds of that did not coot
cement
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.t:.. ,;". ,'..../ "'"-l ;J i I : "" II H ;;..rt-. .J". '../ city a.,cent, It beingpart.; of: a dam Marina and Fisheries! of the' House mountains and cool!
\' "",.. ;:,.. s. .. 'M.,.. 7.....!.,.' .,. r. I' ': ..-- """'" 'I""....'..r.....(!_\ .. aged cargo that was given to the city. which has the Mils for consideration. Y9U think of snow capped pure, bubbling

: ."i'r.'r'''''". ::3'f';:;:;:."""' -....: .,.'' ._..'.:".::..."-...-\\>.. -y. .'....-.;.1 \. Y And furthermore, the work was partially .
'f ,
.:. ...' !}''::;!_. ..,:.. i :.,. $.rJ t.. .1.1 done 1>y prison labor and it
.... ,1. I.,. ...\. ::: -OJ.:'t. : .-.. ":l.::.::.,._ \ .,.:-..I,. \" '".' .. l:,-\.' would be very unreasonable for this Capt. O'Brien Talks. drink A. B G BOHEMIAN BOTTLED BEER.
:... .. r'r:: ; : : : :'-J council or any else, to expect the ,
-v : one
"We
action taken
..I'..> ",",., \ ;.I'". t.. !. iI.::;; ...r;,. ;; :.,. r..J.;"..... work to be first class. Yet. it is as oppose any being. OF A. B. C. IS THE A. B.C. OF PURITY.
{; :: THE PURITY
.. -, .. :;. / : ... by the United States Congress so far
...,.(t::-- .o;. I'f"; .. ..\...... ..-'- SaBC \ .r-......t ST.:"rv.J -.-....-,.'.,. ...'. good as IMny'.d.-the': ; sidewalks putdown as the present pilotage laws are con
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dr""f.,: ..;; <., 1 I Ti.fr4fc.'" .. fAilu'.luf \., 'rJ \ in the city in the past.
"h .,: : : ". '! : 'I : \.J cerned, because if Congress once acts
';\.. .. ..If."i-... "'..'-':*' /' .,. |-ta> ol. \*..ifVft 'f-'. ..11... _' ", from in the the .
.t.'... ., .....r--\..,:,..1\. '* tV 'jl. /** \\ '. ,: : Purchases Zelius. premises) states are helpless WHY WE CALL IT 0 1
...:: I ir't' ... .j : .....1 \ ; : .'.) .: In regard to the voucher for twentysix to correct any evils that may or '
dollars and thirty cents ($26.30)) take place, and as the conditions of
complained of in Section 16 of the report each port are so diviserfied and require -
---- -- we desire the council to know so many different rules to control A. ac .a

went to work against orders, than Ifl sary for them to waste their valuable to Mr. Wright, but that Mr. Wright that this was for pumps which the city them, hich a general law could
(they had gone to work under some time In estimating what a ditch never qualified and consequently never was compelled to have immediately to not cover; there Is no master of a J.
body else in some other part of the through some mud-hole or dirty street was garbage contractor. He never drain the excavation in.putting in the vessel, no matter how capable he
:city! lit! the second place these men will cost. I signed any contract or gave any bond DeLuna street sewer. The street may be in the requirements of his a
did not work a half a day as;; the claim We do not think that it was ever to the city. The only contract let was superintendent failed to find any,pumpin business, that can 'be expected to un- BOHEMIAN .
(Was put in. In addition to this we de- contemplated that the Board of Public to Mr. Long for two hundred and fifty the city for sale of.this. kind except eterstand: the changes that take, placeon
.fclre to call your attention to the fact iWbrks should spend their time In ($"50.00) dollars per month and, as that of Mr. Zel.us.and! the.mayor ordered the different bars and in the harbors -
that in regular board meeting this making estimates on the ordinary 'Mr. Long removed the garbage we him, to purchase it, and the other of. this coun.try.an.d.. of course, Because to Bohemia
force had been reduced one-half and work that. has been done by this city think he was entitled to the money he articles mentioned were .some street it is i preposterous to expect them to we go every

if SEr. Daw had gone properly to work from time to time. It has not. !been was paid for the eame in accordancewith sweeping brooms, which .,the street currents understand of these peculiarities bars and harbors.of the year and obtain our supply of

;under orders he would not have been done heretofore by other board in this his bid. superintendent desired to sweep the t "The bills pending' In" 'Congress, if Hops from the test ,hop,prOducing -
allowed to take sixteen (16) men but city, nor .is It done toy boards in any; Wharfage on Ballast. street with afterB, Mardi Grass The understood, would be defeated by an .tht
elSht ((8) Instead. Your honorable other city. If vwe had considered that: In. regard ,to'Section '12 where the other stores in tqraw: were.: P..Iosed. and Overwhelming majority"'' 't rid p'roba-: .district. ; ." of little. countrywhich. 3

body will' readily conceive' the "impossibility the city would be saved anYmoney by. committee complains of'paying. wharf, we believe that.this was the only store bly will beac, they ars. purelyand grows the. .finest qualityofVhbpsin '
of this board, or any other so'using'our time in making estimates age on ballast and on five hundredand in town that had them at the time. We simply class legislation." "Where"the : all the world. We
board conducting its business properly we would have undoubtedly have taken seventy ((570) tons received from do not think this council will put It- pilotage from foreign or' foreign
If any employee of the board would that pains.! !, the bark. Maranda. the city paid wharf self on record censuring' the chair- bound vessels is sufficient, or will .become go to :':: Canada for the beat a
be'allowed to take the reins In his own Spring Street Work. age on this to the amount of fifty- man of the Board of Public Works for so, to sustain the pilot systemof Barley grown in all the world..

hands and govern it to suit himself. In regard to Section 8, we desire to seven ($57.00) dollars. With this! cargo selling these goods to the city under any port, the' business people of We best
onlythe material
Regarding Estimates.In reiterate what-we said to the commit of ballast the city built one block the circumstances under which they any locality will see that port chargesare : -

regard to Section 7, where com tee that the work on North Spring of street on Barcelona street between were sold. no more than 'What is necessaryand in brewing .
plaints are made that estimates were street was discussed and decided uponin Inteadencia and Romana streets then We do not care to refer to any other will 'of their own accord do t: '
not made in accordance with a provision an open meeting!: of :the board, turned west on Romana street and sections of the report at this time!, as away with the pilotage on coastwise Iett1aI
sixty-two of the charter, we sub though no minute was ever made of it made a hard street 'beyond DeVillers. thy Involve questions which we feel I sailing vessels, just as the States on J. B. c. BEER ; I&
mit that In a general way this has seems to 'fee a fact, but that does not street which is today one of the bejt I certain, can only be settled In our 'the North" :Atlantic anal ;Pacific. have "struts.
been done when practicable.: There alter the fact that this matter was des hard streets in the city. Out of this favor, and, we have offered these explanations done. I!'

is very little work that has been done tided upon and duly considered in aboard cargo the city got over thirty (30)) .' In order that the entire Views of Capt. Turnure.
.by1 this board where such estimates meeting. |I tons of good coal which would have council and the public may
were ever necessary; and where they In regard to Section 9 which com cost. the city six doUans! ane one-half as to our position.: have been deepened is no argumentthat St. Louis. Therefore the only Beer whose PURITY can be:
I were, the estimates have been made; plains that with very few exceptionsno $6.50) a ton had it been purcha.aed,1 The criticisms couched in the meager pilots should be done away with,
'although the strict letter of the law In bills were ever presented to the thus saving the city one and language they bear in the printed as the increased tonnage and draughtof absolutely GUARANTEED.
regard to filing may, or may not, have 'Board of Public Works for approval, ninety-five (195.00) dollars, which! report under the head lines of "Scath vessels have more than outsteppedthe
' been complied with. 'For Instance, In also that the pay-rolls have never would pay the wharfage and leave a: ing Critiscism of the !Board of Public deepening of the harbor," said N. GOLDRING, Distributer, PEA ACLIDAWOmaieJs
building the drain through the Taylor been presented to the board. We desire profit to the city of one hundred and Works, etc." can only have a tendency Capt. Turnure In commenting on the
property on Manressa street, the work to call attention to the fact that thirty-e?ght ($138.00) dollars clear I in the public mind to create a wrong matter. "Besides the grounding ofa
was very carefully considered and estimated this has, so far as we know, been the gain on this cargo of ballast; besides! impression, and to put the Board of vessel at the entrance of one of
In a regular meeting! of the rule ever since the city charter was building of the street. This cargo of: Public Works in a false light. We these harbors would probably do toil- .
board and the material ordered ac granted. ,The bills are signed by the ballast was given to the chairman of I readily conceive that the board is not lions of dollars worth of damage to :I1Ias

cordingly.In chairman of the Board of Public' Works the Board of Public Works and he infalliable' and that some things done the harbor, not taking into consideration .
putting in the sewer on Deluna and also approved by the mayor, whichof could have hauled this coal to his own I' are not In strict accordance with regularity at all the loss of human life
house If he had and property.
street the matter was estimated as course constitutes a majority of the so desired and given but the iboard rests assured T
board. This is than has the city the clay and other material: that has acted "The pilotage systems of to-day are
tar as the pipe was concerned, but it more been it in accordance with
"was Impossible for us to make any : done by any previous board, for the It seems that the committee is goinga the best interests of the city. That so well arranged at the different DeprQssQd.r
of I records show that the bills long ways lo strain a point to find not dollar been ports that they are now auxiliaries to .
- definite estimate the cost as we were paid a single has misapplied
,
different
fault with the "boards of health and -
transaction of ,
a this kind. ,
had no data upon which to base an es- I without even the endorsement of the or squandered, and that the city
tlmate.. In the building of flumes, I chairman. If all bills and payrollshad : While we are on his subject we desire has received more substantial work quarantineauthorities, the pilot'being freq11e2t! head&ches a"bad nerves"Isdr
the first to << of
approach the Incoming laabillt1 ao t
call the attention f=
bridges, ditches, claying streets, shell to be endorsed by the board in l to the to fact that of these of the council for its money than it has ever received vessels thereby protecting the,health / g:ills not. necessanq cep same iced CUle femaleall:gone I /
Ing streets, repairing streets, etc., we open meeting, it would require a meeting I one cargoes at the hands of any previous board. not only of the coast but of the in- dr.Don'
of
complained consisted
of
do not consider It necessary. or prac- on the 1st of the month and another five hun We are'accomplishing almost twice as land.T"We. Ifs the Live
dred tons of
(500) fine
ticable to make estimates. It Is I one on the 10th of the month and gravel, which much work with the same amount of do not believe the bills now
has been
used
something that has never been practiced another one. on the 15th of the month, extensively in the con money as has ever been accomplished pending; will be enacted into law if ran to get today at
crete work of the
city. This
by any previous board as the or else employees and others would cargo heretofore, and we are w'lling to be the' legislators of our nation understand :
records of the office will show Whenit I have to watt for their money until was also given to the chairman of the judged by our record at any time, tout the question. The propositionto HERBNfroll
comes to paving streets, laying sewers ; the board acted upon the same in re'g- Board of Public Works and he could we insist that we shall not be mIsrep-- abolish pilotage by national legislation -
have sold it to
building buildings, and work of ular meeting, which wou'ld' make the contractors very read resented to the 'Ileople.Respedfully. is selfishness, pure and sim-
that character it would -be advisable ; employees about ten days late In receiving ily at one ($1.00)) dollar a yard, there .submitted, ple." m quickly and restore the ,{ r.Kldneys
,
lo. have estimates mode. on such work. their pay. by putting several hundreds of dollars ALEX- ZELIUS That the pilotage system is a part feel J.1ke eativeorgan a new woman alter tr normal h1rh.! rctiat oa You'11
But when the I Board of Public Works In regard to Section 11 where com- own pocket'; but instead of Chairman Board of Public Works. of the whole mercantile marine fabric SO cents --6 the 1rs bottle
\wishes to put a dozen men or so to plaint is made regarding the removalof doing that, he gave it to the city and OHAS. H. BLISS they contend Is shown by the Supreme ALL DRUGGIST

digging a ditch at one dollar and a garbage, the board respectfully sub- the city was not even required to pay Mayor, Court, which in one case said: "Pi
quarter $1-25) a day it is not neces mits that the contract was awarded wharfage on it. In other words, the lotage regulations are regulations of ALL DEALERS.r .
city received the
same absolutely free,
commerce. A pilot is as much a part
--- -- and such gravel. l today. _commanding of the merchant marine as the hull of -III
a price of two dollars a'I1d.one- uArter the ship and the helm iy -whlcjijt 4.t
'I!: 'DPTElfLE: ($2.25) to two dollars and one- alf I I guided." Judge Curtis in an Important

D'L.D son : ($2.50) a yard. !!flts I ,case said: "It is local ana) ,-not

: Several 'I.'Cargoes Lost.. ", national, and it Is lkely to be best
TO, CANCER fIn this'connection we desire to call ..' .' provided for not by one system or n

the attention of your; honorable body plan-of regulation, but by as many as '
'Whenever a sore or ulcer does not heal and shows signs of, becomingehioak'it to the fact.that"ttre-L. & N. R'.R.' Co., the legislative discretion of the sever.

should arouse' uspiqon, because,,many,of these places lead toCanctr. discharged and hauled all ballast free al' state deems applicable to the local l

:. It may appear: as.oidinasy' .sore. at. first; and is .given of cost1fromJheship until last 'October peculiarities" of the ports within
treatment as such, with some simple salve, wash or plaster, with the hope and It was necessary, In order to their limits. r
that the place will heal, but the real seat of the trouble is in the blood and get any ballast for the. city, for some A. W. JI. :. take the celebrated cure, Botanic Blood Balm (B. B.

cannot be reached by external remedies, and soon the.sore will return. After inducement to be offered'to the ships. Do' Not be Jmpose8 Upon. B.) It.is all in the world you need to effect a per.
while the deadly poison begins to eat Unless we paid the wharfage we would fect and lasting cure. Even the most obstinate
Into' the. :surrounding' flesh and the I..d.rt..r..Uyfromacaucer. not get any valuable ballast. The t Foley & Co:, Chicago, originated weeping"nd scaly 'forms of eczema have been
OUI ulan ou_Ln tire..' which : permanently
,
ulCf'r rapidly becoming: moreoffensive ail city'has lost quite a number of valu Honey and Tar -as a throat and lung
spread be n to eat..and at timi would cured cases which resisted the united efforts '
cliarre offensive able ballast 1TTERS remedy, and on account of .the great
and alarming until.at last very nutter.:! I cargoes pf of stone and
the sufferer- finds: he is afflicted'withCancer knew the trou.ble"aa h redit ir al..n gravel, because other parties have merit and popularity of Foley's Honey of scores of medicines, and many doctors.
only sitter,BIT mother and two of her
Cancerous ulcers often.startfrom iittri died OfOloUcer. I am folly i.t- been willing to pay niore for the same and Tar, many imitations are offered Hundreds of our testimonials substantiate this state
'a. .b 01.IV. art, ,mole.' or' .pimple, lifted I would hay tone the ameway. than the Board of Public Works has IfYach ou neglect the stom- for the genuine. These worthless im. ment.. If you want a cure instead of a costly experiment .
but for 8. 8. 8. which
cued :
me authorized in their meetings. and bowels \$!11 Itations have similar sounding names. for Botanic Blood Balm and accept I
which ,has been bruised:or !roughly! Beltoa, Mo. 2CBS. OASSELL. you of them. .The call ,
The chairman of the Board of PUD- Beware genuine Foley'sHoney
handled, showing that the taint is in. lie! Works has taken it himselfto sooner or' later, pay the and Tar is in a yellow pack- ; no substitute. A never-failing cure for eczema.
upon
the blood, perhaps inherited. Another cause for non-healing ulcers and board vessels and examine the ballast penalty.. Nature often 'age; Ask! for It and refuse any sub- : Price $1 per bottle at all druggists or Bent on receipt
lores is the of constitutional disease or the effects of a long
remains some stitute. It Ii the best
and 'get that which was most desirable needs little assistance remedy for price. S bottles for $2.50 6 bottles for $5.00.
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of ,
spell of sickness. S. S. S. goes down to the to the city and this has been coughs and colds. For sale by W. A. S \ I

very root of the trouble. and cures so thoroughly done without costing the city a cent and an occasional dose of I lyAlemberte. BOTANIC BLOOD BALM CO.. Atlanta, Ga. J

s.ssPURELY that there:is never an-ysrgn of the trouble for time or launch. Hire. The commit the:Bitters will help won: '-

in after years., .As''soen. a9. the system: gets tee seems to lose sight of the fact that Notice, I. O. O. F. ). (i--- ---m: .
under the influence of Si: &S. the place begins the Board of Public Works receivesno derfully. It cures poor Regular meeting Excelsior Encampment _

VEGETABLE.toimproirethedisehargagindualygrows less, remuneration whatever for its services Appetite Belching, Heartburn i No. 4,1" 0. O. F., at 7:30 17. m. .
h the Inbmmatton leaves, resumes but that on the other hand Dyspepsia Indigestion i tonight at hall, corner Belmont 'and .,
its healthy color, and soon the sore is well, because every vestige of the cause they are expected to do a great deal Baylen streets. :AIl patriots and visiting ,;.
has been removed from the blood k on sorts and ulcers and medical ad- of work, and give a great deal of valuable Costiveness, Female brothers are invited. Work In 'warry

J.11ce. without cbarre. THE aWln 8pitmo CD., ATLANTA, GA.t time and neglect their.on'birsi- Ills or Malaria. Try it. Royal Purple, degree.T. -
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY ,24, 1.906 PAGE 7HR E

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iTh --. -IN. REGULAR: SESSIONStock'Ordinance .. ; I EXTRA SPECIAL BARGAINS 7..Sal f.I I


m:otter of J. J. .Bowes.

h and, Other Matters The bill of C. H. Gingles, for $609
1 fo r alleged services as street super-
Demand Attention of i tendent with the opinion of the city IN THE 1

torney, that the 'same be' not paidas =y?
read. In view of the city attor-
the Council, :?y's opinion and possible litigation,\ 4 ; .

t1 ie report recommended that the Mill AND MANUFACTURERS' CLEANUP SALE

: .' c THE,ADVOCATES OF THE'EXTEN- 01: the Board of Public Works In the rs ,
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I G ingles matter.
TENTION OF: UMITS ON, HAND.. recommended S ft
The report ;farther ,

,AND": :THE- OPPOSmON' ;..WAS., ALso U iI tat ig all the rules Board and'regulations of Works be govern-strictly" For Thursday, Friday and Saturday

PRESENT= GARBAGE QUESTION el iforced and adhered ::to.
JIere are'Shirts that-will:give' frhe finance committee (submitted a

BROUGHT UP IN jy: RE. i ::ports of the :city 'attorney and one
your eyes a treat. herein that official stated that the 3,500 yards finest 15c and 18c printed Lawns Mill Ends of Bleached Table Damask 2 to 3

The Star Brand ,famous since PORT. )!luncil the Board had authority of Works.to review acts:: i and Batistes, from the Clean Up Sale of Mill Ends yard lengths, at Special bargain prices. 1 I'


1&4(). e In conclusion the finance commit-of to go per yard for______________________0 1-2G $10.00 Taffetta Silk Suits black with white
The council meeting last night i tE!:e recommended that tha interests ,

The Shirts that 'fiU! in was the productive oratorical of everything line. First desired the I i t1 r..ie signation city would of'be Chairman subserved Zelius by the of 100 pieces finest 15c White India Linens bought dots, sizes 34, 36, 38 and 42, to go at ----$4.90 -


The The Shirts Shirt that that'you have are style not mayor Chairman tried Zelius his hand'of in the a tefen Board! e of of tl ie Board Motion'of Works.to Approve. in the Mill Clean Up Sale, to go at__________10o $12.50 and $15.00 All Silk Taffeta Suits, in -. .


ashamed to take your coat off Public and the Works Aldermen.and tad the several'trials board itself n port Alderman of the.Wright committee moved be received that the, 60 pieces 27 inch Arnold Silk worth 40c, per black, green blue, brown and red, to go at $8. OS


during the evening. ,Not to be out fil ed and the 'recommendations con- yard, choice styles, special_________________We The Globe $1.00 Corsets, to go at ______45c ; :.-.'
and show. These Shirts we done citizens interested in the stock'ta ined therein be approved.

in Madras ordinance, pro and con were on. hand Before the' motion was put Mayor 2 cases of Agents Samples in Dresser Scarfs,. 60 pieces 35c and 40c Embroideries, and In- : :
woven Imported
have -
i and turned loose enough eloquence to Edo lips called Alderman! Wright! to the

Percales, Pongee's and Bilks. justice for some time 'to' come. c hair ana' took the floor. The chief LnciLCloths, and Center pieces, at 1-2 price. sertings, a great bargain at_________________f 9o '
Lawyers were 'on hand to do their e xecutive read a lengthy communica- '

:We have them in pink, light part from a legal standpoint' and t on, being a defense of the Board 100 pieces finest 15c and 19c Embroideries and 25c 10-4 Bleached Sheeting, Special..191-20 -
everything moved along merrily, 0{[ Works. The. communication is
Insertings to at ________________________We -
go
blue, tan and the new grey.: though all was t.not serene and brightat l'iiblish'ed' in full elsewhere. 10 yards, finest 12 l-2c Berkley Cambric, one

The times.report of the finance committee ..Mayor On motion Bliss it was spoke tabled.against the 35c Bleached Table Damask to go at 7920 pattern to each customer, for ______________S8c '

proved an interesting! documentand commendation of the finance com- "j
S outside of matters ;which will be littee suggesting that the councilsk ..n'fFls
=
found in other columns, the most interesting for the resignation of Chairman

't matter reported upon by elius. pecia! Bargain Sale of Mill End Remnants ,
the' committee' was the garbage ques Alderman 'Muldon at this juncture sa '
tion. The committee stated 'that at I,aid his compliments to the mayor .j 4'

present the city is not able to erecta s:ad Board of Works. The proceedigs "- t- ,i
plant and has suggested: that a i will be found in another column.. '

VICTOR SAFESThis proposition be made' by the company The! recommendation to ask for the At 10 o'clock Thursday Morning

'roaking- Jhe1; garbage ;proposition : to esignation stated was approved by

erect a plant: and' take a long time ie council by a vote of I 5 to 3.Comptroller's ,. VALUABLE SOUVENIRS GIVEN 'AWAY To the First 10 Purchasers of $2.00 or Over. ; M
with .thecity
contract for the garbage Report .,
safe. was awarded the possessing an option to purchase Following Is the report of the comp-

grand prize at the the plant. t;roller as presented to the council.

:World's ,Fair and although Great. interest is"being manifested Pensacola Fla.,May 23. 1906., :

inexpensive' It Is in the stock ordinance and the o the Hon. Mayor and Council City 'of TIHLANNON&COI

the best safe made. council was crowded last night with Pensacola.
Gt>Gentlemen low please find statement of
friends ana' opponents of the measurenow
rceipta and disbursements for the month of r
We Them in Stock before the council After a long l
Keep pril 1900 with a detail statement of the
discussion in which aldermen and ..... .. ,
... -- -- _.
..
for the month also h ---" '=' -" ;; ._
e ipenses ; a comparative ; -- "u"B:;,: --1..d. ; -" -"" ; >&:;t. :'f :: h-" : -- -- .
citizens participated it was decidedto e atement of the floating debt on April SO ::ii ..,''_''. ..;... ;'t.;. ..>. ___ ___ and can give you Just postpone! ,action on second readIng J..006,and March 31. 1006: -r
what ,you want or if wehaven't further .
the question
and investigate (::ash in Mar. SI, 'j
what treasury
want
got order it you for though the general ordinance Woe ........................ 162,22520 published were: read, received,and ap- executive session to confer with the ZELIUS ASKEDTO BANK BUILDING N'
we can you committee recommended the passageof '. Board of Bond! Trustees.
and save you money. Dropus the measure with certain amend; J:eceipts,April 1906: prove

a 'postal ments. ]!'rom licenses... ...........f 19300 A petition was 'presented by Alderman City Hall Bids. fl1j
!'rom taxes.................. fl.90448, McHugh signed'\ by the property After the executive session the STEP DOWN OF MODERN STYLE
The minutes'of the, preceding meeting !'rom Miscellaneous ........ 1,895 65-$ 8,98313 council again convened in the openA
Wm. Johnson & Son, Inc. were read,and approved. owners along Chase street from resolution authorizing the Board of !

Mayor Bliss reaa'' a communicationto Making .................... $71,22333 Paiafox: to ;Tarragona;asking that the Bond Trustees to have the plans and (Continued From First Page.) ;
I Incorporated. the Council. stating that the .type .. thoroughfare be paved. Alderman specifications for the city hall building THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK TG .; t : /
rhe disbursements _
writer machine ,usd to' record the were n modifledXnd to re-advertise forbids the mayor hot shots on every hand. '\ t_ ';
different follows:' McHugh, alsoTpresenled, an ordinance CONSTRUCT A STRICTLY FINANCIAL 'L ; !",
council and
minutes of; the to be at the pleasure of Zelius Was Present.
COTTRELL, board of the city is practically ,rarrantapaid.............. ., 10.88805 providing f F'th paving! of the the ,trustees opened was adopted. Chairman Zelius sat outside the STRUCTURE ;,Ji:" "J

FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. worn out !He asked for authority to Balance cash In treasury.... $60,88528 thoroughfare. Unanimous consent railing of the council and <. fJ.]
first reading of the proper .J!
Fla. purchase a new. machine, at $110. was asked for the J' "
Penaaeola.
with the old machine included. The EXPENSES APRIL.lPO ordinance but denied when Mr. Mul Rapid Wrltla* heard 'very word said In nis favor and .t.1/t i.
motion of InterpoSed' an objection. The A rapid penman can write thirty him. He smiled at friends From ;; :;
authority asked for was on don against an authentic source it was ascertained a, 4
DIAMONDSSomething 1 Dept. of Public Safety- contention ;of the objecting words a minute. To do this he must .*
Neat and New in ThemW. _Alderman The mayor Yonge'granted.recommended that $100 Police Protection. original Alderman that the'matter,be referredt draw his pen through the space of a and appeared unconcerned. yesterday that negotiations ;f' j,

A, Gahj .nb ck..21g S. Palafcx St. be, appropriated .to the charitable f lanes of marshal,deputy ,, the Board,of Bond Trustees pre- rod sixteen and one-half feet. In forty Request for Resignation. have practically been closed for the ::1-: j
..... ...... .... '
and '
police .1, 7269 After concluded ,
fund which recommendation was ap. \aile', though iuch'inotion'wa's mad: minutes his pen travels a furlong and the arguments were; erection of a modern bank building in ;: 1
l ation house ,
proved. expenses. 120:! 00 by AldermancHugh.. in five hours and a third a full mile. the question was called for. The this city by the First National Bank. ) :
TURTON & BELL J trot.expenses...... ...... 2.3147iedlng 'I'll
Finance Committe Report. The vehicle, stock and smoking on He makes an sixteen amendment offered by Alderman :MeI .
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. i prisoners .......... 132 89: on average The site to be occupied.?
The committee recommended! that i; lock pound expenses ...... 42 85 street cars ordinances was placed on curves or turns of the pen for each I Hugh that the finance committee report "
Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs. structure is that now occupied by the ij .
an additional fire engine bg puti I;ationrry: Incidentals.. 4'402,13130 second reading. C. Moreno Jones word written. Writing at the rate or be with the clause 'f,; '
opposing\!\ approved, per. ". !
representing those who are Pensacola Investment Company and f *
I chased but that this cannot be done Fire Protection: thirty words per minute he must makeeight I
R. K. WHITE,' until after the annual appropriationis I;lanes of chief and employees the passage of the stodk ordinance curves to each second; in an hour taining to Mr. Zelius eliminated, Coe's Book Store. The latter will r!:1j\ .%.

,atchmaker Manufacturing Jew.eler. and Graduate made next October.In ...,........... ......$ 1,22255: : addressed the council and disapprovingthe presenteda 28,800; in five hours, 144,000, and in was voted on and: defeated by the move into the Brent building when <; r..t*
of
Optician: 30 S. Paiafox Street Pensacola. Fla. reference to the erection of a :!:elegraph alarm repairs number petitions 300 days, working only five hours each following rote: : ;
the committee reportedthat and rtnewals.......... .... 2503pparatusand ordinance. From the tenor from -Christie, D'Alemberte, Muldon that structure is completed. l iii;| {<'f.
garbage plant day he makes not less than 43,200,000 Nays
machinery Mrs Jones's remarks it appeared as The proposed new building will be ? TO.\
finances
the city fi at present will Renewal and repairs.. ... 7849 IJ i he not arguing against the curves and turns of the pen. The man Yonge 5.i 'i'.'
Tersely ToldJ. not permit the building of a plant. ][tent of truck and engine was what is known strictly as a 'bank struc- 4;if}-
; of the ordinance but the limits. that makes only 1,000,000 has done i A-es-Baar.?, Hays McHugh-3.I % ;t
committee stated that itwas houses ...... .. ... ........ 700 spirit I : '
This ater rent .............. 8:>fl66icidental. F. W. Marsh followed Mr. Jones, nothing remarkable; there are those The original motion, that offeredby ture. It Is understood that if a large V 'il ''*
suggested to Judge Wright, the gar .......... _. I <
[ .. __ W107 and spoke in favor of the ordinance that make four times that number. seven story office building was not In ,r-| *.. *
F. Mathis of Holly, spent yester- bage company's representative, that :Repairs and additions .... 1,975 00-$ 4,37$77 Alderman Wright was called for ,I '
that he offered '
the as amen 'ed. He stated Here we have in the aggregate a mark course of erection, that the bank building : i- ,
here.J. the company erect plant Charities: and adopted.
nay mofon at a Chamber of Commerce traced on'pa'per ,i ;,r
taking a contract to ,dispose of garbage I Ra1ary Jlbysici m ............ 5003 the ordinance defining 800 miles long to be Thus the controversy ended: for the would be an office affair of thtt- .
C. Corbett, a (business man of Holt for a specified: time with the :Hospital expenses... ...... 3125Care meeting for a by a single writer in a year. In making most: modern type. --zf ':
was I in the city yesterday. I and Transfer of paupers stodk limits. of the alphabet we time being. r.is! .1.-
city to have an option-to purchase at .......................... 2 o -$s3 23robl Mr. (Marsh stated that he thought : each letter ,
V. :
the termination of the contract'Judge 'make from three to seven strokes o .; .
W. F. 'Harrison and E. F. Josban,, running at large on public ZELIUS HAD NOTHING 'i >
cattle
Wright the report stated promised I the an average three and a / i COLT KH.LS THE GERM ; :
of Milton, were in the city yesterday.W. Dept. Public Safety $6,59032 'streets, especially on thoroughfareswhere pen-on :
MATTER "
TO SAY OF
,
the lines
along ,
to make proposition .
J. Martin, county jailor, left last mentioned. Dept.of Public! Works: electric cars operate created a I half to four. I Leut. Perry 'Says' There Are No, Bald 's:: t.: .
.....
I Streets, crossings' etc. 1,76363( when witnessed by
nfght for Montgomery to bring bach Further time was asked -for and I Streets, cleaning... .... 800 bad Impression Unfinished \Vorb, Chairman Zelius did not resign, nor, Heads in the Arctic Region. .I': j,' ,;

i prisoner. granted lIn the city map''matter. j I !Btreet.; ..,lighting..... ..... COO'lsvrers. strangers.H. the Buckle's Buckle's aim was to trace the hIstory is it known that he will. When the The people who come back from ', ;l ..t'
and flush- of
cleaning in favor ?
in theThere's ..... ...... ... H. Boyer spoke went to executive session, h Klondike testify to tha fact that no t I
The smack Maud Spurting of the Further time was ,granted ifte .._.. .... 3000 stated that the citizensof of civilization, and from an early council ,
ordinance and native bald heads are there. The Yt
G rae, removal and disposal from the council chamber
walked
fleet! of SaundersCo.., arrived yesterday ............._. _._.. 24425 East Hill desired the passage of age he set himself to that stupendous with friends and did not appear in the evidence is that the cold climate liS'f'; "
with a"'good catch.. Public buildings repairs For twenty he hair off ;
the undertaking. years that eat the 'f
measure. kills the
and expenses. ......;..... 3381tsl least worried over the matter germs
I|
Chas. Nell, Jr., of the boiler and -- Gregory Quina Thomas Pebley and worked in silence and unknown and at the root. Lieut. Perry who wentto ,t'l j
Charles Johnson and others spoke in three volumes which at the Arctic Regions gives the samE ;; f. '
repair shops at the navy :yard: was > Dept.Public Works. $ 2,9805 then published { BOND OF NICHELSENHAS {
presented with,a fine gold watch yesterday )opt.General Expenses: opposition. Mr. Johnsdn crated interest : once raised him from obscurity to the BEEN APPROVEDThe evidence. Newbro'sIhrpicide baa.: :',r
Always when he refered to a so-called: the effect as the cold climate 'J; +tIt :
by his fellow workmen! a3: a Salaries of Genl. officers .. M.'i 00Leial position he deserved. But his book, same < ,..
token of teem.Giatano'the expenses; ........ .... 1000)iationery () milk trust, being formed in Pensa'! was only an introductionto kills the germ, that eats the hair ort; : ;, ,
e __ __ .... .... 2100 cola. though long County Commissioners met last at the roots, and the hair grows 2t- ;
.... ........ ... scheme a mere study for
his great I
icidentals :
9 year old son of Mr.: for 15135iterest Alderman Muldon moved that the night and approved the bond of Rube again. Herpicide is the first hair : '( .i !
Place on City Hall site had planned. I
a he
and Mrs. G. 'Marchetti was painfully ,a purchases..... .... ...... 8M? report of the general ordinance com, the important picture I j Nichelsen as justice of the peace of remedy built upon the principle ofr il'
injure} yesterday, one of his' great California Sufferers....-.. 500 0) mittee be tabled and that the alder: Yet it was all that he was destined to i j District 2. "Judge" Nichelsen states I Destroying the germ that eats the :f.r :

toes being almost severed from the -- I. men of each precinct take up the I perform. Worn out by his efforts h, .I that he expects to be doing business hair off. Its phenomenal sale demonstrates 1' J'Ii

foot A number of stitches ,were nee Serge Suit'. .' Total Dept. Gen I expanses $ 2,26153:: question with their constituents.A went to the east in search of fresh | about the latter part of the :week or i the correctness of the scalp ', : ,'

es=ary in dressing the injury. : Dept.of Health: representative: of the "North & vigor and passed away at Damascus, next Monday. The office of the new i germ theory. For sale by W. A. ;'3' i:

Notices have been sent out for 'a .. ', .*. > Salaries of insnectors ...... 394\ 00 South." a magazine asked for an ap-I exclaiming In his last moments of consciousness court will be on Jefferson street.t D'Alemberte druggist and apothecary 'l .
*' 11 ./: ] of clerk ...... ...... '150iilary The city attorney ruled send 10 zJ
meeting of the Democratic! Stata > : ilary .... propriation. I : "My book, my book! I directly across the alley from where 121 South Palafox street or i j'I
health officer 60 03(
ma /. of that the city had no right to spend book!" Maemlllan's Landrum was locat-- i in stamps for sample to The Herpi ,: rl'
Executive Committee which will be ; ncidental expenses......... 9770 shall never finish my the office of Judge
held 'at the office of 'D. U. Fletcher, money in such a manner. I Magazine. ed. I tide Co.> (Detroit Mich. ;{

chairman, in Jacksonville, on,May 25 r..k : Tobl Dept. of Health..... $ M610Total The council at this point went into I 1 ,a6Q4 I'rt
-- -
A full attendance:! is requested as important Mail'sSaffinier ::) -'*" expenses Apr.,1906.1i2.39i 0500XPASATLY1 ...-. ',; ,
matters will come before, the <' I If' :" {:.h'
committee! at this meeting.It ; BTATIXIXTOT TLOATTKODBBT ', .:: '
i
I Item' Apr.80.1900. Mar."51'l9o6 ;, ,:' ', ;
pays to Insist on having Blue Ribbon -: '< Inter.t on bonded. dett_ ..$ S4450' 84453) '.fi::

Vanilla or Lemon. Absolutelypure. Pensacola \V..terCO........ .. 15000 4,25334 '
Goes twice as far Bills payable........... ...... 9,20300 9.20000Accounts pxl ;;,j :
,
payable 2,94904 1. !4 Q; p ,
Wardrobe. K
HAWNYwWCOA71AK1A. f'-oj zw ::
-- .
The .
First Store. I Total....................... $',64354 J2..67192: \ n-i 'L.,
The most important uses of fire were L.if

taught by fire Itself. As the primitive Just the proper amount of AU of which is respectfully submitted. G !:
dan stood near the flames of the burning GEO. MORGAN.
dressiness to it,not.to be,entire ':
tree and felt heir pleasant glow be ly'negligeeand it's as cool. as Comptroller. lj-
learned that fire may add to bodily I The treasurer's report shows a'balance )' "
any suit one can wear.
comfort, and when the flames swept Our Suits are made of serge I of $60.334.03 cash on hand. Red RocKer Ale 1 ;

through a forest and overtook a deer selected with a care'and knowlI I i The petition of Smith and Porter I 1 t 1 s

and baked it he learned'that fire mightbe edge that guarantees Its quality. J. to lease a certain space on the East' I other drinks t

used to Improve the quality of his The ability of the tailors who side of Musccgee wharf was: grantee, I stands out among all as an .

food. The hint was not lost. He tooka make our Clothing shows at its : at a rental of $300 per'annum. ,i 1 t j

burning torch to his cave or hut and best in these plain dark fabrics, I Chairman; Muldon of tae franchise]I Ii exceptionally pure, high-class article. c

kindled him a fire on his floor of earth. and there's oceans ,of summer committee reported that the fender!' ethical 'medical r;; :
of the most
His dwelling filled with smoke but he comfort in them. and other matters referred to the: It has the active endorsement \
\A would be reported probably home drink for all i "
could endure the discomfort for the committee : men and is widely prescribed as a L

sake of the fire's warmth and for the at th 3 next meet. Committee. 1 t people, suffering from the various forms of indigestion. i:;-: tt; .1
General Ordinance ,
cooked
sake of the toothsomeness of the ;
The general ordinance committee I for Red Rock Crown Stopper Bottles .4aa ;- ;
meats. After a time a hole was Loon ;h .
recommended that the ordinance governing ; ,
made In the roof of the hut, and < .." 1
:1
out. carriage or hack hire be adopted ,I ALL GROCERIES, ETC.. AND ON DRAUGHT AT FIRST-CLASS FOUNTAINS }."
through this hole the smoke passed ON SALE AT "
for
the orofnance
: ; providing punishment N, r
!
Here was the first stove. The primitive !- H. O.ANSON of persons smoking on streetcars '' l; "'e oea I''

stove the entire house, the i a'a :
was was also rscoarmended to be .' '
toor was the fireplace and the hole lathe adopted, with an amendment clothing j'j'i : ,

roof was the chimney.. The word CASH' CLOTHIER, i conductors on cars with po'Icejpower I ;ir ;

"store" originally meant "a heated ; the !stock ordinance with ,. :';,' ,'. ,
room." Southat if 'we should say that certain amendments was recommend." ,- ? .' t "

It first people'lIved In their stores,we 'Corner(Paiafox.f I gad Mala.! ed to be adopted. Pensacoli t :t. .
Distributors
Report from the different city Consolidated Grocery Co. Wholesale ,
"ould say that'which la uteialt1.triIa. Trade Supplied( by ,. :;
ao.Sl Nicholas. boards, which have heretofor. beef ( -- :' '<

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PAGE FOUR THE PENSACOlA JOURNAL' THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 24,190'8

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go before the public. Luckily for him ._.-4 '
he is not here. Far distant: from'the
ht1ftl'at Joninal scenes of political battle, gaining a SUPREME[ 'COURTON T TN

b gger, broader view of life spending SOUTHERN HOTEL
THE
long days and nights in the quiet of
I trips where he trace ,
ocean may
MRS F. L. BOWEN, PROP.AMERICAN'AN.

DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. events deduction through and ratiocination pretty processes, where .he of N JIM CROW

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY may train his entire battery of logic OPEN ALL THE YEAR. D EUROPEAN PLAN.
the
upon happenings in this country

...BY... quietly.unhampered, uncalled upon bya SUMMER RA1 res
seething public which demands spur- SPECIAL

cf-the-moment. opinions. UW
THE JOURNAL COMPANY.FRANK
When ,returns the smoke_will just .. Comfortable. Qui sine Excellent
be lifting from the first battle on these Pleasant Convenient ,

.1 issues and each side will be burying Service -to-Date
L MAYES President and G.nual M.....'., its dead
and caring for the wounded.

The field will fce waiting for a Blucher. Head Notes of Decisions on Cases
490, drop us a tar or call in
call pow
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Coming back an older and more, settled If you will up phone person,

: months man uninterrupted with a mind broadened thought and by Carried Up from Escambia will be glad to give you .rates-'for either room 3: board or both.THE .

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. polished by the ;burnishing process"of and Duval Counties.

rubbing against the. nations of the ,,,,.. .,...,..,. ,.
One year.S 00 'One Month........ ....+... 45 world, William J. !Bryan will enter the ,_' _> :.: ::: := I:. .t : 1f ,:. 'H "''<",. --jif
Six Mouths ............... l 50 One Week................ ID country a stronger and better am than -
Three Months:..... ...... ; 125' Weekly Edition per year..?! OC ever before. His powerful eloquenceof Following are the head notes of -

thougbt and speech will have grown decisions by the state supreme courton ,

The Only Pencaco/a Which Detailed yet more powerful and when he comes th,3 "Uim Crow""law, the cases being
Newspaper From a
before the people who have through appealed from.:.Escambia and Du No Honing or Stropping of Razors.That's .
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. glorious defeats admired h-'m-! always val counties
he will hurl his forces full upon the : t'rt s
In the Florida En old fashioned. Shave yourself without worry or wait
enemy forces fresh from months of : Supreme Court of ,
Offices 108 rest with Banc-January A. D. 1906.L. Do it now. Buy a Gilette Safety Razor. Twenty four razorsin
and 110 East Pap.rsonS.LonTrain's. greater fighting. strength, Term
with twelve blades $5.00. 1
Government. Phone 38. and at all News Stands.PBXSACOiLA while the tactical and strategic knowl- B. Crooms,. !Plaintiff in Error vs. one. Complete
edge of the general will have grown C. Fred Marshal Defend Book..s-tore.
Schad, as ; Cae's : ,
.do> "" .n.Meoerse. beyond expectation ;
ant in Error. Escambia. County: Ih n. %35. 213 South Pal.'.. 'Strut, Pensa..la '

.THTJREDAY 'H .fH- TAYLOR, J.
,- FLORIDA MORNWG.MAY 24.1906 Muncipal ordinance-power to enact

NEWS AND VIEWS tE separation, of races: on, str'ecarsexcepting t f S

Absurd Claim of pointed to visit the island and report' > FROM ,STATE PAPERS individuals-habeas'nurses of corpus.childrenand 'ia 4Q t

back *to. the senate the true conditions Zf. .CIL'4 ,' 8 1. The. writ :of habeas corpus is ,a WONDERFUL IMPROVEMENTS INTYPEWRITE.RS : 3
the Bureau Press. n + :'R-lC lr nfCQraCq "*H :
The ,recommendations of such committee writ of right, and !Is sometimes issued o :

The newspapers which have been ,.if acted upon would undoubtedly ) .upon very informal application at
e
opposed to Governor Broward did be satisfactory to the people ol,, Watch Out' Bill. There is no such practice as that of : :

not wait until the count had brtn this well Mr. Lamar says that the failure to moving to quash, writ because of .
country as as to citizens ol secure formal defects in the petition upon
finished 'before they commenced to the United States who reside upon the. Congress larger for the appropriations rivers harbors from which is -aas:issued.:. The inquiry f in ,
and .
characterize the recent primary as a Isle of 'Pines and who took up residence of this district, Is not his fault. He such ,cases it not as to the'technir.alformality 43 .t
"rebuke to the administration." On further that of Uiahowing made to tha L. C. Smith & Bros. Visible.Neat
there after the treaty with says he is in favor of; .
court for issuance. of the writ
has larger the
what they based their assertion appropriations by the Con-
Spain conveyed the island to this country gress. In this but as to the legality of the alleged
and way he thinks his dls-
determined we
not yet been : at the close of the Spanish-Amer trio will fare better. The Times detention of the prisoner, In 'suci New, Simple and Durable
doubt If of them can satisfactorily the .not confinedto
any (can war. trusts that Mr. Lamar will be en inquiry parties area
explain 1L The following from the The United States should not for an bled to deliver the gooa's.: If he fails the matter; specifically: set forthin made by the man that made the 1 1'e'
situationIn to do this he the ''Petition-for .the writ, but may
Malml! Record oiascribes the must step down and out.
Instant tolerate the oppression of its -Apalachicola Times. go outside of these and inquire into famous Smith ,?'
that county-one of the counties gun.
citizens in any quarter of the globe any matter that affects the legality I
here the alleged "rebuke" occurred.: '
6x
of the detention. g
and the fact that it permits Americans Great is DeSoto. If interested write me for I
Tie; Record says: 2. \Section 18 of Chapter 4513, particulars I
It Is rank assumption on the part upon the Isle of Pines to be Imposed !De Soto sends'more oranges to the Laws of Florida- 1895, that provides 1

of some of the state papers to assert upon and bulldozed by Cuba, markets than any other county In thee as follows:_ "The council shall and terms. SIZE MARK

that Tuesday's primary was averse to especially in view of the fact that th state. She has more cattle than any have power to pass, for the govern I
administration.In other county In Florida. ment of the city ordinance not on an or Savoy Shirt
the isle is rightfully the She shows any Emery meant
of the
the first place not enough Is United !States is not only property evidence of the second largest increase in popu in conflict with the constitution of the ;1:.... S. JBR.OVVr+J 9 ( accuracy of size to a 'hair's breartti, :
lation of any In the United States .the constitution of carefully made becaub. ,
known yet of the results ti tie cer county state for They are eh\\
a weak vacillating policy but a serious the last five (Florida and the statutes hereof," makers have
tain just who has been elected to the years. We are, according reputations 10.uaa
legislature.: low to the rights of American to the last census, the 'whitest" authorizes the municipality of Pensa- 201 Thiesen Building Pensacola' Florida. and cannot afford to make cart ie t,<,

# If that were known there Is citizenship. county in the state. These ArA factsof cola to adopt and'enforce an ordinance made Shirts.
which every citizen of De Soto is requiring a separation; of the PRICE to
$1.00 $2.00.
the
rothing to indicate that :
pleasure
j justly proud. Then why let the ab races on the street cars in such
favored by the governor and the last 'An Associated 'Press dispatch from surd idea of D-i-v!-s-1-a-n ever enter city. AM section 17 of said Chapter

legislature In regard' to the drainage,. Excelsior Springs fllo., dated May 22, our thoughts? Let's not divide.-Arcadia of the laws providing that: "The White & NixOUTFITTERS 1
has lost friends In that body. PENSACOLA ELECTRICAL COMPANY
says: "The Democratic Judicial Convention News. council shall have power to pass ordinances
Take for instance the election in
imposing fines, not exceed ,
Dade, county., The successful candi-: to name two judges for the ing five hundred dollars for any

date Is already ranked by the up- state supreme court met here today. Still True to Bryan. designated misdemeanor;, 'or imprisonment Phone 570. Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back

state papers as anti-administration: There were fewer delegates at today's The state of .'Missouri, which twice for not exceeding sixty days Estimates furnished all classes of electrical PHONE 790.
whet, as a' matter of fact he openly I convention than at pave its electorial vote to WSlliam] ,J. or both" given to' the_city'"authority. cheerfully on
indorsed the drainage'plan, although any other for manyyea.S Bryan, is still true to the great democratic iu such an ordinance to',prescribe any 1 work. We handle all kinds of electrical supplies Next to New Brent Building
not approving of the plan for the as- about one-half the 'numberselected leader and 1
.. j champion of thepeople's penalty for its violation that is within 29 S. PALAFOX ST.
sessments for the cost 1 having sent proxies. The rights. Within the last few the limits imposed. by'said section; 205 SOUTH BAYLEN STREET
It Is more than likely that the.. railroads, for the first time in years days 23 democratic county conventions of the law. I

samecondition prevails in all the declined to furnish delegates with] have declared unqualifiedly for 3. An exception of nnrs.es, in. Pensacola Florida.
other counties. and him for president in 1908. In other charge of chIldren.. and invalids from I Have Your Clothes
The drainage question was not an passes this was said to .the the states in which, democratic. conven the operation of; a ,city ordinance re
issue as issues are generally defined.' cause of the small attendance." This tions have been held this spring the quiring' 'ueiier: penalties.. the separation i

Men were generally elected on their explains in part why the political convention same sentiment. has been-strongly ex of the races on street cars in the Cleaned andPressed

individual merits a.nd'not with reference has fallen Into disrepute anwhy' d pressed.-St. Augustine, Record. city is a: .proper:and reasonable classification We Furnish Everything That Enters
to their positions on the drainage e and 'does not render such
the primary is it
question. Schools good roads,. succeeding in Better Late Than Never. ordinance invalid unjustly discriminative Into the Construction of a Building
all'parts of the country. Think of ,
the Buckman bill local issues and a Senator Taliaferro is or'unreasonable.
were all more powerful factors in determining judge nominated. by a convention composed efforts in the U. S. Senate exerting his 4. The findings of the court upon
and ,Congressman From Foundation to
Shingles.
the voter's choice than was of men who owed their presence Sparkman in the House other questions decided in the eta

the drainage proposition. there to the railroads on whose interests reward the veterans of the Esminole to of Andrew 'Patterson v's' Isham Taylor at the Pensacola Dying, Clean'

!But of course, the bureau papers the nominee. must later war of 1856-68. and the boatmen whoso disposed of 'at' the present term, It will be to your pecuniary Interest to get our prices
would like to have It appear that sit in greatly aided the soldiers in dislodging held to be fully decisive of the same on lumber. cement paints varnish hardware, etc. ing and Pressing Club, Panama >
Governor Broward in his carryingout judgment:! Is It any wonder that the Indians ana' fighting questions involveo; in this case.. hats cleaned and blocked

the law, as determined by' the under_such circumstances people lose them. There are 1,700 of 'these sub- Judgment affirmed.

people had been rebuked. faith.in courts: ,as well as in the politicians L- jects and each, by the 'bill will receive Wetmore & Purcell' for Plaintiff iError D, Blunders Mill Company -
Nothing could be absurd. 160 acres of land. ,
more who nominate and elect the' ,It is a long John B. JoneSand J. Campbell

''We, might also take Escambia judges? than deferred never.recognition-Ocala.! Star., but better late Avery"' Jr., for Defendant' in Error, Phone 717. 21 East Garden Street. Reese & I Mendel

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county as an example. Neither Governor e
Brcrward nor the drainage (iDuval County Case. ,
question In order that one man out of 101 Unexpected Tribute. 11 N. PALAFOX
was.,an issue in this county and In the Supreme !Court of (Florida En
to say that the result was either for citizens may own a $40 cow, the one citizen The country's foremost private Bane-January'Term, A. D. 1908.- MNNeN.NNeeNNe ,o...........................ee! ::
man wants each of his 100 neighbors. William U1.' Bryan gets a reluctant -!Andrew 'Patterson Plaintiff! in Error,

the governor or against him would to erect a $40 fence to keep the cow tribute from an unexpected vs. sham Taylor, as Jailer, Defendant
be absurd on its face. It is quite from the quarter. The 'Wall ..Street News an- In Error. Duval county. 1 TORDAOORELMASRSK I ar
likely that the situation is much the : destroying neighbor's property )- ti-Bryan in all things, saps that the TAYLOR! J. i .
and even then the fence frequently political
debauchery
brought about
by Municipal ordinance: -ordinance requiring
sam.3 all over the state and not until :
fails to accomplish that purpose.Were the use of money to defeat.'Mr. Bryan separation of races on '
the combined wisdom of the pepie's there no question of ethics or for the presidency has done the street, cars authority to enact-penalties f .1
representatives at Tallahassee country more harm than would the '
when not unreasonable or
justice in the matter at a.11. a policythat REFRIGERATOR EXCURSION.TO .
is expressed there will it be triumph of that gentleman's leading excessive. :

possible to tell what the fate of requires 100 men to maintain Issue of free silver: :An extraordin- 1. Although the municipality of I

$4,000 worth fences in order that one ordinary admission from such a Jacksonville is not by its charter of t. MAR1ANNA AND RIVER JUNCTION
the drainage
scheme is to be or how
man may own, a $40 cow Is hardly one source-Live! Oak Democrat. incorporation, Chapter 3775 Laws' of "We sell the only genuine odorless. It is healthful thoroughly : MAY 28, 1906.

far Governor Broward's various policies to commend itself to anyone: with business Florida approved May 31st, 1887. expressly sanitary, the air circulation being=such that the ;IFlirst and only chance to visit pole ,.
will be endorsed. ideas.- Indian Bones Dug Up ] authorized to provide by ordinance : ; same air is used but once and butter and milk will note i of interest on the P. & A. R. R W' I

i While making excavations on the for the 'separation of th : be contaminated when placed! in same compartment with leave on regular passenger tra.a "i
The Birmingham Ledger publishesa I Cluet races on the street cars in such city 1 I vegetables and meats.
property on the east slate last : Monday morning May 28, and fPiUl' !a
: The democratic judicial committeerepresenting yet it has in the general'welfar.e t
cartoon showing the evolution of a Saturday, workmen employed by authority on 30. Fare for round trip to Mar ao-:
I
pitcher into a corkscrew. Does the sixteen Judicial countIes Capt. Geo. B. Baker unearthed portions clause of Its said charter enabling i na and River Junction $2.50.

Ledger mean. to Infer that the corkscrew in Northwestern Ohio have endorsed of five or six skeletons, which it for"to pass all oralnances necessary | Fourteen to Thirty-Five Dollars. Fare from :Milton same as from rVasacola. .
the health convenience
,
Wml:. J. Bryan for president in 1908. were several feet under ground. .
has anything to do with the Among the bones were two and safety of the citizens and to|I I, t
Things are evidently( comin'g Bryan's perfect in An elegant line of handsome boards $15.00 to i For further ,information apply to
present position of the Birmingham skulls which in size were simply tre carryout full the intent and $65.00;
mean.j I
baseball team? i way and deservedly so. By the time mendous. Capt Baker: says that-one Ing of the act, and to ;" i D'ning: Chairs 75 cents to $5.00. Matting 20 lo 35 cents. t ROBT, KINGwcDj5

he returns .to' the United States next of them was especially large the object of this corporation. But
jawbone being large to iveni1thout such general welfare I.:
fall the people will be prepared to receive enough fit
Americans in Jeopardyon over the jawbone of any man in clause, or other express authorization I:.
him with a warmth of enthusiasm the such ordinance
West Palm Beach. The teeth were design of an '
Isle of Pines. never witnessed in this country. well worn down, but otherwise in being, to safeguard th,3 peaceand : MARSTON & QUINA All kinds that you want
perfect preservation, and showed conclusively rood order of society within such :1 ,

Reports indicate that conditions Congress should have some Ananias that when buried the individuals city its enactment and enforcement Is I: 108/110. S.Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla.

upon the Jsle of Pines are not only becoming medals struck off for presentation to had reached 'a 'ripe'old age. withIn: the incidental police powersof e 1 OAK AND PINE
the city Erectly resulting from
Intolerable to American rest American statesmen. those It is of believed Indians.and that that the bones the work,are its incorporation into a munlciplaltjr Nee eNNeNNeNN00 a/eNNeeNINeeNNe4.ONe....;

dents, but'that their liberty and prop men have uncovered the last 2. An ordinance of a city designedto cheaper than you can fc"v

erty are In Jeopardy. Such a condItion .t $H' place of many ors l! braves who resting have separate the two races upon the) It anywhere. Any size Xou
0 street cars in such city, that requires front end of such cars to passengers ROBERTS want.
been buried SC"OOlC'OMMENCEMENT
can only be charged to the dilatory WHEN' WM. J. BRYAN Palm Bach hundreds Sun. of years.--West the companies operating such 'cars1' to of the white race or vice versa is

tactics of the United States 0$ COMES HOME unreasonable regulation nor
sen 5.5 effect such clearly defined modes-; not an [ G. SEWELL
ate which, knowing full well that action '# '" (1) by providing separate cars for the an unlawful discrimination betweenthe :.

Is necessary, hesitates for some Mobile Herald. Stand to Be Benefited. two races or ((2)DY division of the races:! :
a Our friends in West Florida Insist ;car when the same car is assigned to Judgment affirmed. Phone 614.
unknown reason to take the step *"H that the drainage, proposition has two 'the two races,leaving it discretionarywith Wetmore & Purcell for Plaintiff in -

which a large majority of American sides. Well, they 'are, untaxed and such carrie, as to_which on .,'of Error. ; The following invitation has been PIANOS WITH REPUTATION,
citizen believe should be taken and W. J. Bryan is missing a great dealby stand only to be benefited if any :the two prescribed modes of separation Barrs. & Odom, 'for Defendant in received by: The Journal: Our pianos have <)Ii ,niA

declare! the Isle of Pines territory not being home now.-Mobile Register profit',comes out qf the ,bag, and they it will adopt, is not an authorized Error. Roberts, Fla, May 23, 1906. you'll not find a piano a reputat that &. I Iil Ik
orf' are in a better position than others to delegation of authority or discretion MHWMi M BBflVBMHW BM M Editor: Pensacola: Journal: not match quality for !' \
the- United States. From almost every point of view sit ,by ,and calmly reason.J'He jests to such carriers.; PRESIDENT( WILL SPEAKAT You are cordially invited to attend positive saving of fifty to qua a i lulu> I
Not only is the senate derelict f fIts n this statement is incorrect William'Br'ai' at scars who "never felt 'a.wound.'- 3. Where the"!; legislature has, defined OYSTER. BAY JULY 4. the commencement exercises of the dollars. A remarkable 1t..1.X: :' "' ,

,duty "but the State Department, asj I ]Is not missin'g a "great deal" Jacksonville Times-Union., the delegated powers and pres- '--if Roberts H'ga School at Roberts Fla., but we are prepared to ba.;- ,:3

well for it Is charged, and not contradicted by not being in this country at the e Bcrihed with ,precision the penaltiesthat By Associated Press. Thursday 8 & m.' May 31, 1906. not only to-day, but tomorf1JI'1' .

that efforts to secure relief present time. From a political point Insurance Regulation. may be imposed, a municipal ordinance Oyster Bay May 23.- t was announced Maude Coker,, Bessie Sweat Catherine time, for we regard our ai-' ,," ,-,.-
of 'view Bryan is gaining strength ,within the powers granted to-day that the president had Stewart, Ruth ..Eo'wman.1lary ments as- Iron clad agreenv'n* "' '1
through this channel, the proper one, even hourly by the single fact that his e That decision, of the SunremeCourt prescribing a .penalty within thedesignated accepted an invitation to speak at a Wilson Marguerite Bryan Minnie Harper the public Easy to buy, eas1: '" ;';s .

by the war for all United States cltl- out of the country at such a dIstance of the United States that a I !! limit cannot be set aside meeting to be held here on Independence Nadine Wilson, Rhett Williams CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE,

tens oppressed by a foreign power that he cannot mix in the pre state has the right to refuse to permit J BIS unreasonable, Day. committee on Invitation. Pensacola, Fla.
an outside insurance company to 4. :A passenger a street car has
entAght. The country ]la rife with dls-i Qn
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have been in vain. _. _. .
transact business
within its -- -----
cussion of several extremely important territory, ]no[ right to any particular seat in -- ----- ****##* #### ## *****
If the senate desires to dodge the topics at the present time topics! no matter what the reason for the inhibition I such car, nor to a seat in any particular d
'
responsibility of ratifying or rejectingthe which will develop into issues during may be is far-reaching antf 1 end of ,such car and a regulation next time you meet your doctor.i, PIANOS AND ORGANS. !
finally decides a long-pending gees if a street car acting under Bronchitis him his opinion of Ayer's Cherry .t
vlale of Pines ,treaty which babeen r the, next presidential ,campaign. tion. It leaves state company of CASH OR EASY TERMS.
legislatures and 1 the provisions t>f a city ordinance in cases bronchitis. Then f
in this All Piano Work Guaranteed.
:Were Bryan
country Just
hanging fire ever since corigress state courts in an exceedingly independent I designed to effect a separation of the you have a hard cold, in the chest RUSHING .t
CLUTTER & ,
could not well out of '
now he keep the <<
convened It can easily do so by favorably general discuss'.on. The public would position as to the regu )races on such cars., by which the you will be ready to follow his advice. Doctors very generally endorse this 12 EAST ,GOVERNMENT ST. .F

, acting upon Senator (Morgan'* expect him' to have opinions on the lotion! borders of insurance of their' matters within I seats in the rear end of its cars are old, standard, family cough medicine. They know all about it. They prescribeit PHONE 416. !
the respective states. assigned to the use of pasengers of in just these cases. w*b.no seerete' w. pntiiih J.C.dyr Co., '"
resolution that a committee be arc i>. several subjects, and he would need Jacksonville Metropolis. the forJnnlM all oUP mei ',,,,! 1,0..11. "' .... d0
La.e colored seats the .

race and the in J M f. $ ,l 1 .i 1 Y t i **;
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-"The Best is What We Sell1, I PEOPLE and EVENTS' MO' RELIEF[ [ DanderineJTGREW '; :: r




Like GrandmotherUsed EVERY BIT OF IT. '" fi i >


to Make I Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go; Come and FUNDS SENT[ And we canPROVE :,;:';;' ;.;'i. 11 ;' .J l-1,

i I Tarry Women and Society, ;Here and Elsewhere.By ::/:zI We : -. : : )

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I T TO MAYOR IT. ./ Will 'JJI j : ;

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I, ,I Chamber of Commerce Forwarded I W :_ f FREDII'ADAMS. 1 ..,p

I LOVELY FLOWER BALL '.. i ",;':'; I'I 'fr!} ," q' 1 Milton Junction.Wis.,Jan.&1301. .j:' :

Preserves ;I GIVEN BY THE GIRLS: TO 'lhe.rott 'Daily Fashion Feature.it' Check for( "$309,50.. ,; t, 'hair HnowlWnDaodenneea DBA commenced sags-Some to come years oat ago and my la ;:;':v r i" ,'f I Itiv r,

COMPLIMENT THE YOUNG MEN. ,,,,". a short time I got so bald loot I waif '
r\\\ obliged to weaz a tng; my drui1/On ; '
r Mayor Schmitz.PENs.ACOLA this photograph and testimonial here adv.sed me WU80I DanderlDe.I y'i
Catholic Knights Hall was the are not absolutely genuine pnrcbaaed a Woolson hl8lrUUSntM :t R
: in stone crocks and they are scene of a lovely picture presented 'bj I' -* +,s and unsoliCIted. stopped and after tailing using onI 1L one am week now my on hair my .r.;:. k

I made of pure fruit and sugar. a group of young people last night, at 6 t This is rL Proof. POSitive that eDt fourthbottleandmrhairattbepreir tune U over five Inches loner- ';:r\' _, ;,
a private dance given by a coterie ""ol : CITIZENS RESPONDED k;'' DANDERINE IS the greatest and wnewlt dead p(j 1,! ,
pineapple, Strawberry, Dam girls and young matrons compliment. hair and scalp&"'vigoratingremedv teX.TfflS. which It hoe ,I .. 1'1!
son, Blackberry and Peach. ary to the young men in their set who IN A NOBLE, WAY TO THE the world has ever known. preatly annoyed me. I cannot speak 11

: have shown them many pretty attentions FRE Youcangotoyourdrujrgistandgetaa too,Ing hUl'hlY unlled of your..uccess DeadennewteW,I :,i
!PLEA: FOR ASSISTANCE. FROM too rem&lllo ;
75 CENTS A CROCK. during the season., bottle for 25C.which will be enough yours very reap ifllllY lcAD I ..' ;J

'It was an- invitation affair, the THE EARTHQUAKE SUFFERER! satisfy you that it will produce hair,and do it quickly,or -: :,
Butter. i
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Apply .40c cards being presented at the door to send this ADVERTISEMENT: to uswith ten cents in stamps or silver to paypostage, \;. Y i J

= I obtain admission, and twenty-five OVER THREE THOUSANI'DOLLARS' 1 and we will send you a large sample return maiLvjThe samples we give are large ". ,J
: young men were never entertained by enough to produce beneficial results, in many cases being enough to stop bad cases f .
as many attractive young hostesses.The HAS BEEN SUB. of hair falling and start thehairtogrowing in. NOW on sale atall druggists,three *1' j,

ROSENAU & GERElDS.The girls, costumed in crepe paper (SCRIBED.: |JM,25c.,50c.$1.00perbottle.> KNOWLTONDASDEfilHE CO.,Chic aSa H,"/ ,

each to represent a different flower, J -. "'f
met at the resilience: of Miss Eva ; .
Fancy Grocers, Muller on West Garden at '7:30, and 11'r:
at 8 o'clock marched over to the Hall Secretary 'Jones of the Chamber i:.. r
of Commerce last night mailed to<
where awaited them.
the
391. young men
Phone Pensacola.
When the "Flowers" who were all! Mayor Schmitz of San 'Francisco i a J 't"ft

masked entered the hall, which was check for $809.50, the balance of the
collections made 'by the Chamber of
handsomely decorated, Barrios' orchestra
=---- struck up a: grand march and Commerce and the other agencies in J t' "
Pensacola for the earthquake, relief di.i'Just as :", :
during the intricate figures the young ;t'J'! '.
men and the assembled spectatorshad fund. i ,i :..:
,
To Remove Freckles 3 Pimples an opportunity to admire and This makes a total of $2109.50which : "j'
Pensacola has sent from
:wonder who was who. 1
In Ten Days Use Nadinola After the march the Flowers selected money collected by public subscription. -

: their partners .from among toe The subscriptions sent by the<

A new discovery, sold waiting 'young'men and the ball was!I. various fraternal organizations, ( / i 1 Goo Ji?
under a positive guar opened, and their beautiful costumes churches, and by individuals directis
antee and money refunded not included in the above amount
in every cue were a revelation of the possibilitiesof !
wbere it; alls to remove and no one knows how much it
freckles, plmp.'es: Unfospau crepe paper.Refreshments. ,
amounted to. It is quite likely, how-
; son-tan sallow- were served throughout ,,
disooloretione.blackbeadaand$11 total contrihJi '?:1'f
that Plensacola's
lieu collar ever,
the 'evening and only thos3 girls There '
"-+ are a few Skirts t"
very as good ;
tion will aggregate over 300000. as
eruptions ol the akin,nor ;jiu costume and men wearing the -
,. : d matter of how longstanding Considering the fact that Pensa- thecelebrated"BUTTERFLY"and"OUALI'TY"Skirts.! =>11' f
the floor. .
badge were permitted on
.. r"JJ Cores '
ordinary
.. cola under quarantine for over '
'" "ST" cases In 10 tha Nita Elliot violet wad + :
'.. r. days and Miss was a ; .
worst In 20 days After three months last year and wasforced' .
these defects are removed the skin will benear Miss Irene Braawell, seven sisters during that time to false more< ', ;,a.1. .
soft, healthy and beautiful. No possible .
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boa csn result from its use. 60 cents and 11.00 rose.Miss than 12000.00 for sanitary work They are '! f"
Etta Muller
pink rose.buss
si leading drug stores or by malLUT10NAL
charitable for her own :
Madeline Ery of Mobile, pink and purposes beautifullytailored ; p' ,
TOILET COMPANY. Paris.Term.
people, in addition to the severe
carnation. business losses suffered, the city's they :.r r :
Miss Eva Muller scarlet
,
poppy. contribution to the earthquake relief] have the
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right
BOSSO'SIce Miss Nellie Bagley, pink rosebud. creditable. ..i :
fund is extremely l
Miss, Veronica McHugh, pansy. shape they ".
ONE OF THE NEWEST SHIRT WAISTS. ::
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Cream Factorycan Miss Miss Sara Cornelia McHugh/Welsh, pink, nasturtium.rose. :Among the shirt-waist lines of this into a stiff cuff; to be fastened with I TRUTH ABOUTADVERTISING 11 hang right, the : ,C,

Miss Daisy Welsh, forgetmenot.Mrs. season one model which has attained links. A natty touch is the tiny stitched materials are ;. f. ;
furnish you cream in John.Hoist, red rose. much popularity already is that built pocket, which is set on the left rf g. '

any quantity. Satisfaction Miss Polly Darlington, frogetmenotMrs. on the lines of a man's negligee. The front, just above the bustline. When ? :.t

guaranteed. : ., J., E. Long, red Jose. back is plain across the shoulders, the short 'sleeve Is used it is accompanied The t!
price .j
r are no
PHONE 1326 Miss Minnie Holifleld yellow and drawn in ,with slight fullness at by' a rather broad eton collar, 4

SAM BOSSO. Prop.GRAND chrysanthemum. the waistline. In the front there is a attached to the neckband the long- TEMPTATIONS' TO EXAGGERATE higher than you pay r -t ;_
wisteria.
Miss Bertha Stewart
wide stitched pleat in which the buttonholes sleeved models'showing a high stitched for inferior Skirts.Let '
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-----.- Miss Mamie Stewart, pink carna- SHOULD BE RESISTED BY ) r
are worked to admit of the band or a stiff turnover collar with :

tion.Miss closing with pearl -shirt; buttons. In which a smart,four-in-fcand tie is worn. send i
(Marie Kappa of Louisville, ALL WRITERS. us one up ; f '
some of these models the leaves' are Worn, with well-cut,and tailored walk:

BALL Ky.Miss, daisy Minnie L. Wood, forgetmenot. short and finished with a high turn ing skirts .inohair; serge or suiting, for your' approval. It yw L f .;'

':Miss May,Miller, ref rose., back cuff. while others show the regulation they effect natty appearance which will cost you nothing ) ,"
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shirt sleeve somewhat fuller the daintiest of lingerie waists would There Is no good thing in the world .
(Mrs. L.Smith bluebell. ,
C. / ,
it does suit .
Ottumwa, Ia. than in previous &ea.'SOn.s' gathered fail to give. that is not misused, and this is as if not _
Miss Vera Jordan \
C. K. of A. Ball red rose. I true advertising as of anything you. ii: .;., .
rosabud. else. The temptation to "stretch ,
Miss Minnie red
Byers
FRIDAY MAY 'Miss -Rita: iBorras. ,sunflowers- sang.a song composed! ,by Lieu!- L. A cessulaffait'he.numerous,showers things" in telling a story of business Yours, '
25 / Ootten, U. S. N., and this too, came had cooled -the atmosphere to an which Is truly what an advertisement .

Prize for Best Dancers themum.Miss Mary Walker, yejlow chrybaa- in for much applause During Intermission agreeable temperature adding to the is-is as strong as in telling an :

many of the officers were enjoyment of the and this leads to un-
aiiss :Mary Pine, red rose. game. ordinary yarn, Watson Parker Reese Co '
Music by Collins OrchestraADMISSION 'Mrs. CharlesLicat .. American ,taksn' behind the scenes and were The three beautiful. prizes were truth and deception, with the consequent -
Beauty Rose. presented to Miss Janis and membersof first a cut glaSs dish won by Mrs. result that the average adver- ,.
her company.-Army and Navy John B. !iStillman;; the consolation, apiece tisement is discounted as to its mot '
35c All the costumes were beautiful and Journal. of draw work1 Successors to Green & Watson. '
of them won by Miss important statements, and in many
some were exquisite.. The engagement has just been announced Belle -Whiting' and the booby a XJib- cases properly. The firm that

: ARMY AND NAVY--+-NEWS of Miss '!\. Maud Miller to sOn picture won by Mrs. M. E. Batts. succeeds: in sticking to the exact.' 33 and 35 South Palafox Street.often .

NOW READY Lieutenant Richard Peters Williams, The financial results will be a neat truth in its advertising and convinces

OFILOCALINTERESMajor: 'David Price, Art Corps, U. .;United States Marine Corps. Miss sum for (Pensacola" Chapter. the people of the fact, has learned the i r !''i'II' !rw ...!:-..:: I'd
Miller is the eldest daughter of Mr. -+- advertising
secret of making pay providing i
Seari's Bath House 6. A., who has been, in command of
and Mrs. Decatur H. Milller. Lieutenant Mrs. H. H. Thornton entertained a it also knows how to tei the I
Fort Greble, which guards the passages Williams is a son of Colonel few friends at dinner at and marks the beginning of a
Everything first-class and the Country truth in a timely convincing .
R. left
of Narragansett, I., Charles Williams of Georgia and a Club last evening. manner.A town's business prosperity and gen.eral Star of the SeaMARKET

up-to-date. there May 11 for his new post of nephew of the late General John B! single business man in a town I awakening, but: it is doubtful '

duty at Fort Barrancas, Fla. "It Gordon of Atlanta, at one time governor I Miss Bessie Rice of Century is the who brazenly disergards setting forth 1 whether the newspaper is given this
that the
was with the keenest-regret of Georgia and commanderinchief guest of her brother and sister Mr. exact facts in his advertisements, credit. It is often true that a noa

...- commanding officer and those serving of the Confederate veterans. and Mrs. Charles, J. Rice. may easily spoil the valu of advertising advertiser in a live town does a good : .
under him parted company, Paymaster J.S. Higgins. U. S. N., to ali the rest and to the newspapers business-it is very natural that he

writes a correspondent, "and to show end Mrs. Higgins are among the ar Mrs. John B. Tiller who has been as well, so that it would bea I should-but the credit i 1& not due to

their appreciation of Major Price, rivals at the Ebbitt House.-'Army quite ill for ten days past is now splendid! law if it could be made an I himself or to his not advertising, but

Going the 72d and 109th Coast that Artillerycompanies officer and Navy Register. .thought to 'be improving. indictable offense for a dealer to: to those who do spend' their cash ROBT. L. EDMUNDSON.
paraded as with the newspapers and
-+- make any statement in print not easily Jiberaily
took his farwell leave of Fort Greble. ,MRS. C. J. RICE ENTERTAIN.SEXCELSIOR If;pays to insist on having Blue Rib- substantiated. No doubt there bring the tide of people to the placeto .
As Major Price stepped into the fort I 706 S. Palafox. Tr-as: ne 1295. .
: FLINCH CLUB. bon Vanilla. Absolutely pure. Goes would be a revolution in present ad- trade. Once there they are very
launch to bear him to Wickford to ''Mrs. Charles J. Rice entertainedthe likely to drop into stores that do not
twice as far. ,'ertlsingm'tho 1g, but the result)
Across catch a train, every officer, man and Excelsior Flinch Club Wednesday: would be healthful and in the end advertise, particularly in certain linesof -

child at the garrison, and'the women afternoon, her special guest being her SAILING UST OF THE more profitable to all concerned.No business not usually extensively
folks gave vent to their feelings and Secondly, then, it U the Fresh Meat :
sister :Miss -Bessie Rice of Cenjurywho GULF TRANSIT: COMPANY town ever amounts to much advertised. ; :
three rousing cheers :were given who help make a town '
served delightful fruit advertisers
punch without one or more good newspapers Green Groceries i i'
which could be heard for some dis during the game after which ice to the stories of business. progressive-In helping their own ,
(Following Is the sailing list of [ tell I
The tance. There was waving of handkerchiefs cream anl' cake were served. steamers from Pensacola consignedto This can be 'set down as indisputable.The business they help all business. Poultry,
Bay and some moistened eyes in of the whole question is,
Little Miss Myrtle Rica scored. The the Gulf Transit Company' advent of a newspaper, therefore, The sum Eggs.
,the gathering and Major Price as he :next meeting will be with Mrs. 'For in therefore, that public spirited and discerning ,
Liverpool-Ida Gracia,
I launch port; advertising .
in the
glaced backwards ? gave :"Dick"/ lcA1l1ster. I people should support
in port; Saltmarsh, :June 20th; Vi- -
feelings at leaving behind time insiston
vent to his -+- firms and at the same
a gathering of officers and mnv ,RATHBONES HAD' A FINE ,vina, July. their telling the truth. If the

Sunday ? ,,ho had served under him so faith AT HOME OF MAYOR, BLISS. rinaga!For ,Runcorn in port: Teodoro De Lar- Great t people like' to be deceived-ana': some Your Patronage is Respectfully

.fully. In leaving :Major Price takes appear to-they are apt to be accommodated Solicited.
Rathbone Sisters No. 14, and their ForManchester: Teodoro De Lar- -
the best wishes of the garrison at but if merchants know that
Forts Adams and Wetherill, and!! thepeople families had a delightfully informal rinaga, in port their announcements' are critically
If of Newport. afternoon :yesterday at th,3 beautiful' For Venice: a steamer, May. that their truthfulness I -
you are, you will wanta watched and :
home of Mayor and ""Mrs. Bliss. i .For Spezza: a steamer, May. .
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in-
nice lunch-som The wife of Rear Admiral Joseph Reduction in reacts on their business no other .
thing that you won't have ;B. Coughlan, U. S.. N. who on May The broad galleries were utilizedas I For Genoa: steamer, MayJune.For centive toward reformation is n ('rl- Prompt Attention and the
dining rooms, and sitting rooms. Barcelona: a steamer, May-
to work over for two or 16 was riding In a brougham in New ed. The people can, if they wish Choicest
three days to and ,York city with Mrs. Keeny, of San The table was handsomely decorated June. compel truthful stories of business to: Supplies are .
prepare with flowers anal an abundance of For Havre: a steamer, June-July
of
serious I the value
escaped raise
that will taste good after Francisco narrowly be told and thereby: guaranteed. .
Jnjury. .A1 -runaway horse dashed salads, fried and roast chicken,I 15th. advertising to everybody-the merchant !
you get there. We havea cakes and all those delicious eata- '''For Kobe: Heliopolis, early July.It .
against the brougham, and a shaft of the newspaper, the town and
specially arrangedPicnic ,the jig to' -which the horse was at- pjleg; for which the Rathbonw are I the community in general.-Taney-
tached wasdriven into the side of noted, was temptingly served. Is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold. Glasses town (0.) Record.

,the brougham and-just-gazed the side Some of the guests strolled about, How often do we hear It remarked: Eye I 1

Menu if Mrs. (Coghlan. It was ,incorrectly ethers enjoyed a dip'in the bay while I "It's only a cold," and a few days later Not If as Rich as Rockefeller. ASaucerof

reported that Mrs. W.. C. Wise, wife a majority just simply 'enjoyed the learn that the man la on his back I
jf Raar ;Admiral Wise' U. 'S. N was restfulness and beauty of the place, with pneumonia. This Is of such If you had all the weath of Rockefeller Ice Cream. '
all agreeing that everything connected the Standard Oil ma'gnate, you,C
,with Mrs Coghlan common occurrence that a cold, how- :Cr
that Is already prepared, I It was quite a '"Navy'night" at the with the occasion was "just amply ever slight, should not be disregarded. could not buy a better medicine for I Did you ever get all tired out
Chamberlain'sColic
and in proper shape to Broadway Thelter, New York city, lovely. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy bowel complaint than and drop in at a soda fountain,
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serve. You don't need to May 15, and all, the.boxes,and nearly -.- counteracts any tendency of a cold to Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.The call for a saucer of ice cream "
worry about the lunch ,two: humored seats in the orchestra ,MISS CALDWELL ENTERTAINS result in pneumonia, and has gained We are now selling'Uawkes' most eminent physician can not and have them serve you with ,

question at all or to hire were filled by .the party. The boxes CARD PARTY FOR THE' its geat oppularlty and extensive prescribe a better preparation for colic something very cold but wholly .:

a cook to serve you when and balcony were approprIate) ,DAUGHTERS CONFEDERACY.The sale by its prompt cures of this most and diarrhoea, both lor childrenand void of the flavor and smooth (

you get there. Just callor decorated with American flags, and card party given last evening common ailment It always cures adults. The uniform success of taste of the Ice cream you'd
ring us and will of the theater with at 4:30 by Miss Fannie Caldwell for this remedy has shown it to be su ? The
up we the front was gay and is, pleasant to take. For sale by been accustomed to
the benefit of the Daughters of the to all Qth rs. It never fails,
take pleasure In (fixing upa bunting.S th Rear Admiral all druggists. perior chances are it was not ice creamat
ready prepared lunch Coghlan, U. S. N.,-1n a box was Mrs.Soghl&n. I Confederacy, was a delightfully, sue-! and when reduced with water fond all, but rather "ice compound"

that will be Iboth cheap Others in the audience COLLINS AND PONS $2.50 Eye Glassesfor sweetened, is pleasant to taka Every for it comes to the dealer ,
and appetizing. were; Capt. a/ul Mrs. Hemphill, Capt. PURCHASE'BARBER family should be. supplied with! it in neat little square packages: i iI
Blocklinger Capt' Karl SHOP Sold by all drug > < 1 1I
and Mrs. I i and all he has to dos to add
(lohrer, Capt. Harry Lay.. U. S.,M. a, Pensacola, Fla.:, May 14. 1906. cold water, freeze and serve." :
Commander H. W. Harrison Lieutenant COFFEEdoes We have this day sold to BoOs Pona NOTICE. T' I Our ice cream is made from '

Commanders F. (M.: Russell. M. a>ld Clarence Collins the barber shop Notice is hereiby gtvefl-that the Undersigned the purest Jersey cream, crush.

.E. !Reed, Philip Williams, W. S. do work you formerly owned by Bauer &; Matthews $1.25 owners otthe'folio wing vessels ed fruit and the highest stan !

Sol l Calm & CO.The Smith, E.":it. Anderson and Wm. M. don't Quit which we purchased May let will not be responsible for any dard of flavoring extracts. And
Jrose, U. e.*N;. ,The'_title of"the playas suspect. SOLOMON FURNITURE CO. debts contracted in the name of said that's the "cause why" of the

"The Vanderbilt Cup. Miss and try We, the undersigned, are continuingto vessels unless first authorized bv a popularity of our fountain ande
Janis appeared in the third act attired run this shop in first-class style written order signed by us. fhe above cream...
Pure Food Store, in the uniform of a! naval lieutenant and will appreciate a call.oaldsxs. notice refers to the following vessels: I
her audience"stood 'up to P08TU M Franklin Caldwell H.: :
ana!! & PONS. S<:hooner'Althea .
Southwest Corner Palafox and Intendenclt a. man. and. gave Jber> A.welcome that Colt, Mary L. Harty,Amy Wixon, Em- ,
must have made,the, landlubbers in Ascension Day Service W.A.D'Alemberte ma Jane, Osceola1, Ariola,' Francis & I Kandy Kitchen Cafe.
.he 'galleiy"seasick- 'The Constantine 10 days and note! Margery, Silas Stearns, Algoma Hal
Phones 480s sisters, instead -of, doing their There will be services to-day at ,' William Hi Warren, Clara P. .104.S. Palafox. Phone 999F
'wentthrough' a sailor'shornpipe 7:30 and 11 a. m. at Christ Church, Druggist'and Apothecary, cyon
how well fee
usual danc; !. Isabelle. '
you Sewell, i
and English services at 7:30( m.
outburst p.
:which -caused another -
FISH COMPANY;
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Pens acoll Fla WARREN
s\ ; 'of'applause. Mr Otis Harlan in the German Lutheran' church.. 121 Sooth, Paiifoi Street ,







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._. "Property acquired ;;Industry : ::usually more lasting than I I Good IP.f({ 5tllll e Real! Estate For REAL :ES-TATEMARKET-J.- -


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MAN, HUSTLE i Offering Lots -13.. to 19, inclusive.-: of bipck LIS.. BROWN& CO.: ...0 F... !;


: 57, Belmont tract, must be sold at
; 250000. HOOf ON Real : -
Don't wait for your father to die to become ,a real In Estate snce. -- I

estate owner. You'll likely find it hard to keep the Gets, a two story dwelling with bath .

taxes paid if you do. '$ 800-iLot on North mil, .60 feet 'of We, will move In a...few' days. to the;' and gas; plenty of.shade, near public Leading Real Estate, Rental and !Insurance Agency.
sctool and in half block'cf two car,
120 deep. One block from car corner of DeLuna and Government .'
I nes. X you want a nice home cheap:
line. This is cheap. enough" for about this. $12500.002 tore tmlldings and a dwelling, containing 6 rooms,near
BUY A LOT YOURSELFand ? 65G-A block of 20'lots on East Hill, treets.Jlat's good, see us Union Depot A fine investment.

each 40 by 13?%r A chance to I others is gcod enough for us." Ou: WANTED $2,500.00-0ne '0! the prettiest blocks on East Hill containing 20 lots,
double your money. t
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each 40x137 feet.$3,800.O025 .
41000 iA. 4 room house, East Romana, .present office will then be for rent. In good nefghboraood modern iome % North Paiafox. This is offered \
Jots on
with a house on it too. Then zo: to work and will b* very desirable t
near Tarragona.This for desirable. customer. Price to be
pay for it. Make a first payment and then let the for short time only. .
rent and a part of your earnings pay for it. When business property. I around $3000. $6.300.00-Large 2-story: dwelling on North Paiafox on corner. r
$ 700 House and lot East Intenden'
; If you, have idle money cr money! St. Lot 80x125 feet.
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N. Hayne
that It done, forget you had it and buy another. $2,500.006roomy dwelling
cia lot 40 by 170. f not brins'ng you its value, let us knowwe with large lot, stables and out housesin
That's the way to make money. 'See us about it. :. : $3,350.0\-N'ce\ roomy dwelling,
$120oTwo'houses Government
East
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can place it with safety where it DeVilliers St
Company r excellent location on
street, each renting J7.00; year. McDavid-Hyer will realize 7 and' 8 per c?nt. I $5,000.OO-Two dwellings, in good neighborhood, near car line, on NBarcelona' .
ly rents $168; will pay 14 per Agents New York 201-% Thicscn Bldg. Phone 913. St

cent. I Life Insuranc' Ccmpany. _.._ .
Investment 0 HU1. -- --- ST. P.
Pensacola OO-For East
Company $2 .two blocks near PHONE 54 No. 37 5. PALAFOX 0. BOX "L-

bayou and on proposed eiten-1 t S .E. Government Street WAMTED.

slon of ear line. Will be worth Phone 7CO. Fla. _
Per.sacola S '- _
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4. H. D'ALEMBERTE City Manager.R. 1L'C> i I -
double when car line Is extend. -
The best meats will not cost you any '
L KNOWLs, President R. B. SIMPSON Secrshry. ed. -
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if
than the kInd you
poorest
J.L STIUMAN, V..Pres. anl Gen...Manager.Rael KNOWLES.HYI, Tmsarer. $ 500-one block, East Hill north. ot Wanted I buy more at the right place. Vege'ables,
Stoddart's.41250Quarter .
poultry, beef, pork, etc. Gartand: & FOR, SALEAll Will Double
Estate, Loans, General Investments block, 200 feet front. I 111
OUR Mi::>T'IlO-H nest weight: and ZelIU'3, cor, JSaylsn ani Intendencla.
ing south by 137% deep, on 16th or
215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola Florida. Ave. on car line. A bargain/ honest dea'ings. California: Evap- Phone 1132. 24may kind of real estate ast.Hill for sale| Vacant
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orated 'Peacues, 15c per poand, 2 Ibs. rent. North Hill ,and
overlooks bayou at
or 25c; Cal forna: Evaporated;: Poines lots. 'Some very ,choice ones
51000-4 lots, one a corner, overlook- invest-
lOc Ibs. LonJon Board and Rooms. bargains fort homes :or Value
ing bayou and bay, near car per 3 Ibs. for 25c; fine good Inside
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Heinz # ment.
Layer Rais.n3 2 IDS. for 25c Apple
r line. A home site. ;
good R. R. good factoryor
Butter crock tOe. E. B. Hoff- FURNISHED ROOMS with or without One large lot on
per
LOOK
I "' 11:2.-.101: : THESE OVER. BY BUYING site ,One water front
ANY OF THE ABOVE! VACANT, man & Sen, 57 E. Gr gory St. Phone b ard. Central location, 1 block warehouse could make no
(LOTS OR BLOCKS YOU WILL! GET 25. ISmaylm from postoffice. Mrs. lame Cole, 11C': lot that a purchaser'; 40-acre farm
to buy One of Year
mistake ,
IN ON THE! "GROUND FLOOR" W. Intendencia St. 23may2w, both near Pen a
of 160 acres,
i and one
MISS :MARTHA'V"HITING' will take
From 12 to 16 [Per Cent AND( MAKE SOME MONEY. ;ASK sacola.
ANY MAN WHO HAS INVESTED IN :Borders for home mad 3 preserves, FOR RENT One or two newly fUr-j Four choice: brfckbusiness houseson

'PROPERTY IN PENSAOOLA rN THE pickles and jelles.: Address'"- 521 "N.I nished front-rooms; southern expos- Palafox St. for sale. Fine Investment That Is what a great deal l of real ",.

LAST TWO YEARS "D'HE WILL Spring.. .Phone 317. T IDmaylw I I ure; with privi'ege of phone. Loca-t property. Few choice offices I tate in Pensacola is 'going to do and
TELL YOU TO BUY. < ton des.rable and rear business center for rent. some of it is in the following list:

On Your Money Isn't FOR RENT. HONEST WEIGHT AND HONEST 422 W. Gregory. ISmaylw Turpentine men all get rich, and I Half block in New City, fronting
DEALING-Is our motto. A'l goods business for
j5 room house, near depot... .. ..$12.50. I have good turpentine Calalonia square. . . .$759
:6 room house, near depot.. .... 16.00 guaranteed first-class or money re-: lo sale cheap. 15 crops boxes plenty
FURNISHED ROOMS-Centrally
funded. Orders placed with us, how- round timber lease on which together Half block in East King Tract, in
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ever small, will receive prompt atten cated. Best rooms in the city; cool,. with boxes good seven years longer. settled neighborhood . ,JOD
Bad Is It? lESLIE' E. BROOKS tion. Get our prices before buyng; clean beds. Apply 128% East Government Write or call and see schedule of One-fourth block on Toledo square,

elsewhere. E. B. Hoffman & Son, 57 St. 4maylm propsrty.H. New City. .. . . .5300

[Phone 462 Fisher: Building E. Gregory St Phone 825. ISmay I THREE ;PLEASANT ROOMS to rent Lots on 11th and 12th avenues, (ew

The Investments we offer you here will bring you in that, besides -- with privilege of 'light house keep- T. CRAWFORD City, at. . t... .. ..goo
the property will also increase in value. :A good real estate Investment A."fI'E'D-The public: to know that
is the safest thing in the world. hkLPWANTEDTEALLr.G the Pensacola Building Association lug 301 W. Chase. 3upr 3151/2 Couth Palafox Street 200x132% feet on East Mil\ carline

4 houses all in good condition on North, "A" street renting for el has decided to follow the lead of the I NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for renton .. .... .. .. ". .. .$1250

$20. Five lots 'go with houses. A 13 per cent. investment;.$1800 WANTED-We can progressive youn'g men who have established North Hill car line; location Lots in East King Tract or West

One house.. No. 711 North "F" street, lot 42x150 feet; rents for steady employment for twelve to that modern and upto-date I very desirable'. Apply 208 W. GadsdenI HOTEi.S. I King Tract very cheap and on fasr

$5.OO per month; house in good condition, a 17 per cent. Investment fifteen lodging teams. Short haul,' thoroughfare, DeLuna !street,:and that I street l 25april w w I terms. Improved property in We**.

.. .. .. ... .. .. ....... .. .. .. .. .. .. . ..$350 good ground. Call on or write R. A.I I they are an up-to--date-I modem HOTEL-Why pay $2.50 per,I King Tract, netting 10 per cent. on it-
& R. H. McDavld Fa.! firm; and have taken officesat I PLEASANT place to board on North PARK :
Three houses on East Romana street? all in good condition and 'Bonifay, : is good room I vestment.
good renters. Renting for $14 per month) 15 per cent investment 24may. 210 DeLuna St.; 'and are I Hill on' car line. Address No.' 8, and day bed when for you 5O'c.can Coolest'get pace in I I See us in regard to Lake View Hav.

.. .. . .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .: .. ..$1100 : ready to serve the public in care Journal. 27mar Pensacola,' ild you'can go out and get I en Property. Prettiest place in New
Four North street with 12 lots WANTED-Unmarried; servant to stayon the building line. General contractingand :
houses on Hayne ; houses sold I to eat. One block from City and is on Bayou Texar.
under contract for 3200. bringing in $i8 per month..2800 premises. Wages $15.00 per repair work a specialty, plans Old newspapers at five cents a bundleat what you want 22ma.v :1

One house and lot, No. 504 N. "G" street, house new and in good month. Apply 106 West' Cervantes specifications furnished' "fop'th* e-- "- this officer They are all clean postoffice. D. Hale Wilson & Co

condition. Renting for $6 per month.. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .$600 St. 22maylw timates on short, noting.:: Jts4. M.I and leG. .1 ,
Two houses on the southwest corner of DeVilliers and Strong WANTED IMMEDIATELY cr,Johnson, Mgr., L. Redenback.- Asst \ SUMMER BOt.UWDaS-he\ Hotel I I Phone 234 15,South Paiafox

streets. Renting for $14 per month. Good renters and in good repair penters. $2.50 to $3.50; woodturner, Mgr. 8may Hyatt is now open for spring and sum-

.. .. .. .... .. .. .. ........ .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .....$1150 $3.25; blind, sash and door foreman,' Miscellaneous. mer trade People who wish to rest
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WANTED-Second hand .M.nnr.rLn.r LnJuuuwLrLrL m
furniture JtrLrtn.n.rw
$4. All for Tampa; free transporta bought SANTA ROSA-Pavilion, L. S. S. offers and build up theHyatt is the place. FOR RENT
SOME NICE HOMES.Six and sold.Ring! phone 754 1 Hotel Hyatt is the best and most up-
from ---
tions
nfl. --
work nwj
any point year's
; a
call 112 S. the best accommodation for.
or Tarragona St
at H. C. Atlanta beauS
to-dafe hotel north of ; FOR RlE..VI'-8 ,
room house unto bat Ii
guaranteed. Boat sails! from Mobile v :
rooms and hall cottage on East Gadsden street, nice neighborhood about Tuesday 22nd inst Our fees $5 I O'Hara. h f ', 2may bathing and recreation to be found on tifulfy located; plenty to eat; good Apply at 812 12th St. 18ma>\ .

gas, bath,'block from car line.. .. .. .. .. .. ,$1800 per man. Also, want for other places SURETY ON BONDS- The American the Gulf of Mexico. Launch Leclalr spring water;' cool nights; perfectly

North Hayne street, 7 room and hall cottage, close in, large lot, sawyers, filers, machinists, engineer Surety Company,, of New York. h leaves city wha daily at S:00 a. m. healthy; no mosquitoes; no malady; a FOR RENT-Two story 8 room house,

every modern convenience, good neighborhood.. .. .. .. .. .$2500 millwrights, bookkeepers and steno -prepared to execute at this city wIthout Phone 659. Ch.\s. H. Burtcn, iPgr. home-like place to rest: :- 87 miles with gas, hot and cold water, and i\i\[

ON LITTLE BAYOU 5 room and hall cottage, lot 100x140, front. raphers. Act quick. Those for Tampa delay Bonds and Undertakings required 12may.---.-- -- -- north of Atlanta on L. and N. railroad.D. other modern conveniences. Addrt5

Ing on the water. House in fine condition. .. .. .. .. ..... ..$1500 work better wire us, your expense,I in the courts, and for the per. If you will look around the house, M< Hyatt, Proprietor, Ellijay, Ga. er apply 41 E. Chase street IOTEV: )

American Reg.stry! Co., Mobile, Ala. I formance of contracts. Wm D.Howe, you will find a lot of ways in whic'a 19maylm.

Fisherville. \20ma1w. ,I 'attorney, 14% E. Government St you can use' old newspapers. You( FOR RENT-Elegant two.story re&-
I 2maylm. c LjLLWANTED. can buy them n any quantity at this deuce, corner Strong andSpr.nSta.!
WAN'IED--Good No small
nurse. front Opens
INN-on
OLD MILL bay
office: They are put np in bundles, C. H. Turner.
i children. Apply at 619 N. Palafox. .-All kinds or electrical and delightfully Apply to lOmayFOR
June 1. Large, airy
Nice building lots on the water the
and car line from $175 to $300 convenient to carry and sold at five
No dust here. Nice, cool and pleasant. Lots in the MAXENT: I'20may. work. I sell all kinds ot electrical cents per bund'e.MATTRESSES cool. Good fishing, bathing and]I REiT-'f.wo aesirab.e.
TRACT West of "C" also for sale. WANTED-Men and boys wanted to batteries and other electrical supplies. boating. First class table. On electric very
first
stores floor of Manhattan
I learn plumbin'g, plastering brick When yon need me ring 345 or 955. AND FURNITURE car line, 15 m'nutes ride from city. on
E. W. Peake new Star Laundry build- Mattresses made to order old ones hotel, Corner Garden and Baylen
; transients.
boarders and
laying. Special offer life scholarship Regular
: The Car Line is Going to Goulding, We Are Told fifty dollars: easy payments;- ing E. Garden. 15dec. reuovatei. New t'.cks famished. Terms reasonable. Address Old MillInn class Just completed shape. For and terms arranged in first

position and union card guaranteed: COURT HOUSE DYEING.: Pressing:: Second hand furniture bought and] I Pensacola, Fla.: 4may particulars
If this Is true here are 10 lots on North Baylen street for $2500 that free catalogue. Coyne Bros. Trade and Cleaning Club, 212 N. DeVillers sold.. Upholstering- and repairing done. -_ -- etc., apply Hooton & Watson. 23Apr

will bring $350 in a very short time. They are beauties. Let us Schools New York, Chcago: St. Lou!.. St., Mrs. T. J. Davis. Prop. Your pat 114 E.. Belmont St., city, phone 771. MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL -Clarkes-
take you out to see them. 15mayly.WANTEDEver'one. ronage solicited; satisfaction guaran Davis. Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis, Mgi. ville, Ga. Nestling among the mountains FOR RENT-After May 1, furnIshed
teed. Careful attention given ladies' of North Georgia. An ideal pace! cottage at All Bay." Address Box

to know that garments. Phone 1222. 8fe TAILORING L. Diamond, Tailor.Gents'clothing to rest. Scenery and climate unsur 815, Pensacola. 28apr
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR SALE. The Journal has nice, clean old pa- ; cleaned pressed and passed. Beautiful 'walks and drives.

THE COLLECTION OF RENTS A SPECIALTY pers bundle.for sale cheap. Only five centsa WANTED-We want jour orders foi repaired on short notice. No. 11% 365 feet piazzas. Accessible to many FOR RENT-Second story over lia-

1907 Art C..t ntiars. Over 300 tori-, West Government- St. Pensacola. Fla. points of interest No mosquitoes.' denstruth's jewelry store. Sultabe:
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THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY WANTED good nurse. Apply C. ginal designs to select from. All Idee. Excellent table.. 19maylm for offices, sleeplmg quarters or store _,
I H. Turner, corner Strong and Bay.I prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensaeo- J. H. PORTEK, salimaKer, 716 South I age rooms. Lee DanielL %4apr.J
len Sts. 8may la. 16'eb. Paiafox street Orders taken for BROWN HOUSE DeFuniak Springs)'

206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. PHONE 87 t tents, awnings, camp stools and house Good beds, airy rooms, ,elegant FOR RENT-8-room, 2-story Cottage
WANTED-First-class uarber for colored OLD HATS MADE NEW-Panama cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan. meals; free bath and sample rooms. 318, W. Belmont. Apply to Walker
trade. Ring }010- 1 ring or and Straw hats Cleaned, pressed Special attention, to traveling men. Ingraham. April20

call at Sylvester Campbell Store,near and blocked. Panama 50c straw hat SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzte Oert- ,Rates $2.00. per, day. J. R. "Brown, ,
dummy depot, Warrington- F.a.! 25c, fell hats 35c. Work guaranteed. lag & Co, wholesale and retail shp! ,Prop. A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for
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24 apri. Victor Louis. 100 E., Inteadencia. chandlers and grocers, only first-cl.1! I rent, suitable for furniture or other
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house of kin in city. Fair
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24 aprlm alt.1 HOTELS: AND BOARDING HOUSES goods. 104 and 106 South Tarragona

MILTON UPHOLSTERING -Before laying your'carpet or matting St. Phone 630 Jfaor

I IOVER WANTED .. ANTED-Eie.ctrt work of all J.!nd. \1lillie! M'm' !\, Proprietor. Furni--' buy a supply .of old newspapersto
A Home SaviAgs Let us cVan: your fns. recairour ture .repairing'of a'l kinds, carp tsl put underneth and protect it. Only WANTEO.-rReal Estate for sale or

WANTED-Your stenographic work. dynamo, Uj jour wiring etc Paiij: laid, furniture packed for shipping five cents a bundle ,at this office. I rent< lease or exchange. Your busIness
Pensacola Typewriter' hange, 570. Pensacola: : Electric Co.. 205 S. Phone 63 Next to Tampa Landing. respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson -

10,000,000 AMERICAN PEOPLE PAY I INDUSTRIAL INSUR. 315 Va S. Palafox St. Phone 379. Baylca.WANTED.: 22April Real/ Estate Agent, 22% W Government
ANCE AND ARE PREPARED FOR THE EXPENSES OF SICKNESSAND 23may. FERRELL HOTEL Sneads, Florida.: street Room 7, Salisbury
.-The Merchants TransferCo. CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. Rates $2.00 per day Nice rooms, I building. Phone 172. 23Jan

DEATH.American WANTEfr-One quart fresh buttermilk -wants your moving and bauUat Floats built to order. Horse shoeing : good beds,'table the best' J. M. Fer- 1
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All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnoi a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carrtiage ell, Prop. 17apr
delivered house ;
Life Insurance Company 9th Ave. and Strong.at daily.23may2t Cor sen., Prop Phone 978., l8junen.WANTED.Haul1ng .; Co. 27feb ......, Money to Loan.

ana transfer REGULAR HACK LINE-From Chip- H TEL VERNON..Bdei,12 per day.
life WANTED-Position by ,youngvcolored work. Office phone 363* residence Special rate by week. Special attention MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody hON
ij the only straight ,, legal reEerve company organized in Florida. ley, mak'ng connections with mail
man having good education and willing phone 390. Acost & White. 22-28 N. launch for,points on St. Andrews bay. to traveling men. Free sam rows money from Jno. A Hall &

HOME OFFICE, TAMPA. CAPITAL STOCK $500,000 to do most anytb.!n-g-. .Apply 121 Tarragona St. 25mar. Extrarteams for traveling men. Good pIe room. Mrs..J* P, ,Mauldin, Prop. Co., 16 ,E. Government street. WhfoU
Luke's Alley. 23may3t 15apr. la need call on us. 9eblm
: horses, ,comfortable vehicles. Call on -
ENDOWMENT AND LIFE POLICIES FROM $50 TO : ,
ISSUES $10,000 WANTED.-The public to know thai '
or address J. C, Snclair! Chipley,Fla., -
Brosnaham "ANTED-Board! and room'with private old newspapers can be bought at Telephone} No)!. 28apr HOTEL SO'UTHERN-Opei all the MONEY LOANED on all kinds of p."
Pensacola Office: Building I bath by man and wife in private -- this office for live cents a bundle. They American and: I foaal property on short notice
-w II family. Address "M," P. 0. BOJ all clean and nice. year. European plan.
I !: are Special summer 'ra; s. ,First-class In Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W.
835 City. 23may4t4WANTED
i NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to exchangefor LOST every respect. Pleasant and Romana. Phone 1165. Ifeb

-To hear ''from some on lot on East HilL Address P. __, _,_ -- --- tent Mrs. T, L. Bowen. conven'l ,
$60 207. 30mar LQST- 'gold 4 haf clover stick pin, sacola! Fla. 15apr LEND estate
that wants a New International Encyclopedia 0. Box I MONEY TO -Oa good real

Per lot buys City lots on crest cash or credIt. J. B,. W ANTE D.-A. R BIngham want with- diamond In center; lost Tuesday ,- security, or on good collateral: ,
of hill. : while on depot car. Reward for THE BROWN HOUSE-;-Airy rooms, at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks,
the Will be worth. double Waddell, Box 618, phone 668
in moving and hauling. He
your ; guai beds. Free baths
osquiToes short time. 16may2w I return to W. W. Richards, at court good and sample 1 Fisher building. 21Jaa!
antees all breakage. Fiona 630. house 24maylw room. $Z per day. Special attention:

$500 : WANTED-To sell a lot of old papers: I to traveling men. J. R. Brown, Prop,I
Gets five North Hill lots, North WANTED-The public to know thai LOST OR STRAYED' -One large grey
: PATENT APPLIED FOR : at 5c a bundle. Apply at this of DeFuniak Springs. Fla. 13marlm MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal
St. do all kinds of
Spring For short time only.: we can repairing' mars mule. When she disappeared
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fice. They are all whole, clean and short notice.
property on
At all!| Druggists. $600 float building, horse shoeing, etc. J ."-, she had 'on a ,ha'.ter<"'Reward for return -
nice. Terms J. W. Dullard upstair
For two lots on E. Gadsden, near G. Welsh Carriage Co.: 27fet; to E. B. Acosta & Co. 24may CENTRAL HOTEL CHIPLEYop.depot. easy. ,
MUS-QUIT-U MFG. CO., 28% South Palafox St., Phone 11UJnor
car toe. Southern exposure; excel. WANTED-To buy old gold and silver Large and well' lighted -
Jacksonville, Fla. lent view of bay. (SITUATiON WANTED-.By middlE< broken up stuff\) regardless oislzas. L'OST-Gold filed watch and fob; Elgin rooms. Free sample room. Meals at

aged lady, position as house keepai i Cash paid. Lightman & Klein. works, 15 jewels. Initials on all hours. Special'Uentf n to traveling UNLIMITED to loan

: 1L-- C. R. YAEGERNo. in hotel, private family, or' boardUu 106. E. Wright Phone 1127. fob'J. C. P., number of case 6118382, mer. J2.00 per' ,day. J. M. Tug- all kinds amount of personal or money property.

house or to care for the sick or youn{ -- number,of works 7548609. 5.00 reward gle, Prop. 13marlm on Special rates to business men on law: I

SAFES I SAFES 1 SAFES! SAFES 1 202 TheliM Bldg. Phone 686. children. Address Mrs.; H.J.., care o r WANTED-All owners of poultry tc. for return to Williams store, leans. The New York Loan Co., 201H I

The J Journal 20maylw. know that we are agents for the eel, Jackson and DeViUers Sts. 23maylw South Paltfcx.Escambla I
Diebold Safes. HOTEL-Can
Buy ebrated Conk y's Poultry Remedied CHIPLEY Setterlind, ,
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Scarritt Moreno' Agent.NOTICE WANTED TO RENT OR BUY smal I Guaranteed to cure rupe, cholers LOST-Mouse color (grey) cow, May Prop. Special attention to commercial I

For Farm Tur'entine' or cottage on water front. Either o: gape and to kill Seas, lice and mites. 17th, from premises of Chas. Ahrens, travelers. Free sample and bath Lodge, No. 15, F.A.. M. !

I- -I: Timber Lands bay shore or on one of the bayous. Address Also their wonderful egg producer. F. 32 east Romana St Horn on left s'.da rooms. Large rooms with' good beds. Special communication cf

H. B., care Journal. 9ma r S.Mellen & Co. Phone No. 334.18apr. bent* Liberal reward for return to I $2 per day. 13marln Escambia Lodge, No. 15. F, k-

: LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall owner. l&maylw G A. M., will be held Friday
on or,Address MATTRESSES RENOVATED- Ney; at 7:30
BAY HtTEL.-open sight and day. evenln'g, May 25th
B. L. Gladden is no longer. In our Turner AYmard tick furnished if desired. Guaran. SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED LOST-Gold square medal, with blue European plan., Rooms' light and o'clock. Work In M. M. Degree. Visiting

employ teed. Crapet taken up land mat tin i r -Highest price paid for gents I enamel on face, and engraved on clean. Transient trade solicited brethren fraternally inv'jed.!

HOOTON & WATSON. Real Estate and Abstract Co. laid if desired. Leave orders a t clothing only. Sell second hand goods. back. 'Reward for return Sol Cahn & 575-579 8. Paiafox. Ju S. NicoUu, C. D. BEYER. W. M-

,J Umaylw. P_0. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs,Fla- Green, & Watson. Phone 193.Tmai' .:r Dresa suits: for rent.3'E. Intendencia! Co.'s store. 17may. Prop. W. G. DAIUBY, Sec







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S.ograph A. SALE-Large Friedman's In' !first-class.Saloon concert condition 331 hall So.cheap.phon Pala. : AUSLEY S COMPANY ,"i! ''' 11.i F FS 1: Mellen & Coi LAND COMPANY ;' : Hi


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fox St \ 24may : Manufacturers of ,1 I

;i: Handle Nothing .fi.fi'f and Dealers in "; -, i!
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FOR SALE OR rffi .''DE-One Eclipse : t COMMISSION: BROKERS t : LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN : f.:1:

Ii- V Gas Range in good condition. What But GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. .' '1J': q

have youvto: beer? 1&ddreS $tove. t Ti -, -:'t, t :

Care Journal; _tt" 24ritay3t I II I WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLAP : MOBILE. ALABAMA.MARKETS. | THE VERY BESTS < : r
Professional ; :
c Directory 'rf

0' wA'rE11--To. : ; sell a.nB pet mockIng of $ -- -..--'. --. .-...-',--, ,'-._------.--.-..--,--,,--.. ----. J. .
: ',bird, one rea.r"old; find singer; Private Wires N. Y., N. 0,.,- and ..Chicago.IconONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS. i t j; .r.
state what you are wdllin'g to pay for: i i L'I

such a ,bird. Address !Mrs.: HattIe: i.. Everything !I T, G, YATES M. 0" ;;:;1'1

iPlournoy; Locktart: 1AJ4. 23maylw: w II '
both by conferring ._"with us. i Navar Stores. : i OPTICIAN !' *
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Savannah, Ga., May 23.The nava]I
nljen out to buy REAL ESTATE. Seeus. FOR SAIlE-Lu'mber Is now cheap at White + :
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.tDoui some of the following: Joel l Frater's'1uDiber yard on' Baylen i Bought! and Sold on Margin or for Investment stores market closed_ today as follows: :. Oats.Clean heavy clipped 306 THIESEN BUIUOMB
i WW .4 90 _
Sofp: :\. DeVillier street renting street 'Wharf. Get his prices.and No. 2 White Corn, Bran u b? '
WO ,... ., ,.. .4 85 : pure I fi ;
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for $ISO per North year "0" street cheap$1500 build yoti 'a home' before pri es' ad-, i Reference: First Nationa1anPeoptes Banks. Phone I I j N ... .. ..4 80 + and Shorts. J WM D HOWE, r i:

Rouse. .oa. ... .. .. .$600 Vance -which Is'sure to ,come. : : .1J &t t 2Sm y1m.- I. ........ articles for the rapid and
iTiUse East Ara'gon street only .. .' K ... ... ,... .. .. .. :. .. .. ...4 70 J ,
on -; 1I I.. .4 60 +. healthy growth of the newly ;: 14V2 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. l : 1
.. .... ... .. ..$650 >J, .
FOR BALE-Pair H t hatched. .4Wheat _ _
; spotted ponies 5 ./.4 55 "! 1 j.
acres of good farming land a ___ .
98
years old, sound 'and gentle. Donkey --- G.>. .and Mixed Feed for i < ''
4
50
.. ... .. .. .$1000 ;;
at :
bargain FEES 1*
I! SENT
Foul blocks in West King;: Tract, and cart; Just the thing for chil F-- ,.4 45 I the Condition}len. .* Or. WoollenPAINLESS [users of morphias! ) c'1 .:

acn.. .. .. ..... .. '. -$1000 dren. One cheap farm horse one'good E.4 35 Powders for horse, opium landaminv i.:
\Ve have numerous other ,proper- mule. Hinmanr., &: Hecker,. Century' ARE YOU LIVING FROM D.., .' 4 00 cow and poultry. J 4 % t3 3's1 H elliirofoplumca-caiaeorwtilskey f ::1 ,
tp-; listed with us and it would pay Fin: > 23may C .J: .. ... .,..3 80 to 390 :' Conkey's Celebrated Poultry j ", large book ol par i 'JUcnlarsollhomeor
Remedies roupe cure, cholera i PIU 1 3
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consult us before making your Spirits Turpentine 59 cents. f
ui WIsanatorInm !
TOU.
FOR SALE' A round .i ttom boat + cure gape cure and lice killer. + 1, treat I
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nv.tment rift 1inent.AddressDr. I IB.
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f4st ne4.,16 t. by'5 fl. 8 : If you live in town telephone AND IL VTOOLLET -
WI are in receipt of, advlces .from copper MOUTH AUSLEY CO.'S REPORTS ,
HAND TO ? .-us. ; j 104N.Pryor St. Ftp
fire insurance companies represented inches beazru: Apply to' C,.P. Gonzal Whisks CM'
the 'lUaota
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Uverjwol Cotton Market. If In neighboring towns write Georgia. ". I '
Bohemia t.
by us "That all losses in Cal- Fla. 23maylw : 1
010. us. ; ,
ffnnita conflagration will be promptly lan.-J'.b...........................-.6.87 fO t .,
Bairi and that THEY WILL CONiTJE FOR NICE 'JUICY -TENDER MEATS J'eb.-Kf.7.................................. 863 i '
",,l TO FURNISH ABSOLUTE choice Fancy Groceries ring phone Ms.-Apr1I...................5.89 I DIRECTORY :1 ,
INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY 718 Moyer on the square cor. Government Or small of .&.prIl.KaT.............._. 692 I f' .
FIRE AS THEY 'HAVE DONE FOR and.;Alean-iz. 20 ,pounds standard are you wisely depositing a portion May3fts................................... 6.02 F. S. MEllEN & CO. Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. t; ,'

ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS. graulated sugar J1.00. Gophers your earnings in the bank, thus making your balance lUM-JaJr.; _........................... .... l.ij Joppa Lodge, No.6, I. 0. 0. F, -

Protect your home and :business thickens; all kinds of vegetables. grow larger and larger until it is large enough to tide J1 t-IAn-tuIt ......................... .... ....5.83AnpuVSaptwnber Phone 334. 1 meets every Tuesday evening at 7:34 -
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loss byi fire by.'insuring with ( 5.83 I'o'clock
sgamst Prompt delivery, Belmont
23may1wFOR Odd Fellows Hall. :
at
of Sep tbee.Oo4b ..... .... '
over,considerable stretch adversity -or enough to flt.t .74 Pensacola Fla. f :
: brethren
o.ober-1i OTeII1btr ....... and Baylen street Visiting .'
cESCAMBI& SALE-<3ood mule' for sale. Leslie let you take advantage of any opportunity that comes x.yiber-Dec.inb., ... ...1.66 I,f are eordially invited. J

REALTY CO., E. Brooks." EOmaylw. your way to better yourself. Your deposit should be in o-JIl L1rerpool N&B1I&l7 pow.,616......... ..............6.66 .........................: J. W. GINGLES T. H., Sec.FLEETWOOD) ; N. G ,i

204( '/ S. Palafox Street. FOR SALE' '1Wagon nearly new; 8- the First National, the big, strong bank, where it will 3ljan6m. .. .

Telephone 1052. I inch tiresWI11 sell for cash'or on tow York Cotton Mirfctfc -
General agents,for State, for Home time. Q, E. Bredt, cor, 9th Ave. and draw four per cent interest, compounded semi-annually. Open High Low Clou Pensacola Lodge, No 3, K. of I :'

Life Insurance Co., of New York. 12th SL' 20maylw,* 1&JIury' 10 62 10.63 1060 10.63 COFFEE meets every Monday evening at I* :

1= May 11.84 11.85 1L30 11.35 o'clock at their temporary Castle Ha|' _
WiA1\Wf'ED-To sell, a fine pet mawlng lair 11.12 11.12 11.07 11.09 over Pou stable W. Intendencia i. -
For Sale bird old fine state AuM 10.84 10.84 10.81 10.84 Visiting brethren cordially welcome ,
__ ,one year ; singer; '
wwJnu L flfltWWflt OOb ?... ..10.55 We are the Pioneer
? ?* 1(59 19.53 1O.tT l
J. A. KIRKPATRICK C.
what you are willing to pay for such a (; .
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De ecifcor.
FOR SALE-A lot of old newspapers. bird. Address Mrs. Hattle Flournoy 10,57 10.59 10.54 10.58 Coffee Roasters of H. HORSLER. K. of R. & S -

Put up in bundles convenient for Lockhart, Ala. ISmaylw 'FIRST NATIONAL.BANKOr Wheat. ,
earning. Only five cents per bundle. Open High Low Clam West Florida.'McHUGH'S A Meetings of th4
x.,_........ 84j 88l.at. Knights of Columbusare
Apply this; office. FOR SA.'LE-Flne piece of land close
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81 81'COT held at their halt
FLA.Tf. f
to city. Phone 285 or' can' at 1102E. PENSACOLA
FOR SALE-500 good second Hand ,' No. 8 West Intendea- :
suitable for and pack. Gadsden. 19maylw Open High Low CUM BLENDShave rh' cia street, on 'I 1
barrels salting every
We I .H.EWOTTIM' ,Pre n. W.K.HTKB JB.,V.-Pre.and OuU.r. I.............48- 48J517 48 Monday .,
mg fish and all other purposes. FOR SALE-Second hand uprrgh I T. W, Barn and W.N'. Rosmn Asst Cuhien. _.47 fi evening at .
and sell kinds of secondhand W, H.- Knowlea. W. K. % 47 4714 7:30 o'clock. Aa in-
buy, repair all ; in good condition. A bargain. :DntlOTOM-F. Brent W. A. Blount Hjw Jr
piano D. G. Brent. ;;; .4v TitaU
barrels. Vucovich Cooperage Apply 409 W. Garden St. ISmay .' J no equal. A trial to- visiting Knights. n is extended -
New York Stock
<1'(1., 9 S. Alcaniz St. Phone 235; rest Mark.tOPeR
deuce 591. 17maylm = -- ... Qoc. JOHN B. JONES
phone will convince the
FOR SALES' <>me good paying" stock I, I r Sonth.rnPsoifio.............. 6oopp.r. 64 con- J. S. -, ..
CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton & in western bank, Will transfer 'for ......................" 15814 '10714 noisseur that we Recorder.

Watson have just received a large good interested property address.if location'H.is A.suitable. A A.8.R t.h........................,... 185 88))' 13414& make no extravagant I -Daughters- of '

supply of the latest city maps, showing If LEE City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds .1.8.: _......................... 15334 153 Naomi Rebekah.
Fla. 16may2w Lodge No. 10, .
all 9f the subdivisions.: Thermapsare Box 3, Pensacola B.B 1"".. claims. Daughters of
8114 !
89H
official and down to date -'and are ,. -. "" B.0, .......... 106 106% Rebekah meets every Monday nightat

mounted on heavy linen. Regular NOTICE" TO CANDIDATES-Those Denomination, 1000.00 Each.DatedJn. '; Er!.....................,...... 4a:' 44% 8 o'clock in I. O. 0. F. hall. Visiting .
price, J2.50; special price' on"lota.'o, 'wishing to' make av.successful run :. i.n.'s-1926.-, ,.................... 49% 51 Wholesale and RetaflGROCERS sisters cordially invited to; be pres
: Redeemable
fire 'or more. to. agents, or real estate should supply .themselves :?wlth a hot .. Maturing 1,1936. u'a.: ......................... 40 ent. ;
men. Hooton &:' WatsonSmay tie of PLUTO. Now is the seasonto Interest' Payable :Scml'Annuatly; .- V.B., preferred............. 105 io MRS. B. R. WITKOVSKI.
I prepare S your stomach and liver! '.. H r .aor' ,'. B.i._.. 28" 2i MISS WILLIE KENDRICK. Sec ,
FOR SALE':':'Large" ice box Ulf.abIe r. ....... .............. .
's against all diseases. Pluto will doit..: 'These' L.& :I',. : US% 343% .
for grocory store .or. market and For sale'by all'druggists and grocers We 'Offer For Sale, _Bon' s.:f Subject .to Lead....................... 7 '7634 M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first and "
SOda fount, with 20 syrup .cups, JUl in wholesale by Jas. McHugn. J[.P...- fl3tf 8Mt % and all kinds of Feed third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.
good condition. Will sell cheap or Prior Sale, in Amount, to'r., ... .., .. No Sale m. RaSord Hall No 10.,West Inten-
exchange for other property: Ji.pply : 'F- CM.PM............. ....... 159 159K.Y.O Stuffs.Pluto : dencia street.
pot '
FOR SALE-Fine flowers. Suit Purchaser. ;
T. J. Bucey 1021 "NInth avenue.. 139% 13;% A. G. FELL Pres.
A.1ply'H08! B.Gadden St. or phone ,
Tmaylm P.O ..?.M. No Sale J. L. SWEENEY. Sec.
853 6-rin'gs Mrs. 'J. J. Rogers. ''Correspondence Ihvlteif. BD'Q......;. 132 i 133K

FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire ISmaylm. I 6.P .......................... 1 % lK. % WaterWholesale Pensacola Lodge, No. 4, 1. 0. O. F.
hogs; best of breeding. Ask for "' OF ENSACOlA: .I............................ 214 1514 Pensacola Lodge No. 4, L 0. O. F..
catalogue. Carl Setterlind, Chipley FOR SALE-Fine hotel site; best sit THE PEOPLES BANK : [ 8.B..... W% 8'i' meets every Thursdar veiinjr at 7:30::

Fla. nation in the city for a tourist ho- T.O.L........_....... 147HPtrnu 14914 at the new hall on Belmont and Bayle"
tel, 130 feet fronting south by 172 feet ...... 131% 131U.P. and Retail streets. Visiting brethren -
FOR SALE OR RENT Two lighters 1 ...... 148tf! 148 cordially
; deep on East Government street, over. PENSACOLA. FLAf. invited. E. GREENBLATT,
one with capacity for 75 thousand ft. looking. Seville. square and Adams J. NEVILLE. Secretary.W. .
lumber, the other thirty thousand ca- street with open view of Pensacola 'r-' Given up to Die.

pacity. Rates" reasonable. Also two bay $10,000 wlllbuy the property B. Spiegel 1204 N. Virginia St., New Orleans Grocery Co 0. V.
tkift; boats for sale
cheap 22 ft.

long
lapr. N. Evansvllle Ind, writes: "For over Live Oak Camp No.1. W. 'J. W..
5 ft. beams. 5603. .
Telephone
or write J. A. '
meets in Pythian Hall 1st and Sri
Chaffin & Co.. Milton Fla., '25mar.: WANTED-To. loan money on your C.W. LAMAR,President. JOHN PFEIFFER Assistant Cashier. five years I was troubled with kidney Jas. McHugh Wednesdays In each month. Visiting

ON THE HIGH LAND-East Hill electric watches 'jewelry and 'personal ef. M. E.CLARKYIce.Presldentand Cashier. J. W. ANDREWS Assistant Cashier. and bladder affections which caused sovereigns cordially invited.F. .

car line sx; lots 100 ft., front fects. Highest cash price for old gold : me much pain and worry. I lost flesi Phone 1O5. Proprietor. A. BOGHICH C. C.

ly 137% deep corners $700. inside and silver. Lightman &'Klein. 106 E. THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK and was all run down and a year ago LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.

lots $600. There are no better situations wright Phone 1127. hid to abandon work entirely. I had .

than these lots. A. V. Clubbs. FOR SALE-Nice, clean old newspa OF PfNSACOL*, FLA. three of the best physicians who did i

JUSfRECEIVED-Large imported Olive OIL salpment ol pers. AH whole, and useful at homeor DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. me no good and I was practically given -.. Marine Grocery Co. Pensacola, Si. Andrews and
Retail
by pint
in your-store. Only five cents per
gallon or larger quantity G._Morasso bundle. CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. up to die. Foley's Kidney Cure Gulf
Go
t. Co ship chandlers ana' grocers 701 1 was recommended and the first bottle 604, 606, 608. 610 S. Palafox St. I Steamship

South Palafox. 4oct FOR[ SALE-Second 'hand' 25 H.: P. DIRECTORS. gave me great reliet and after takingthe Phone 725. I STEAMER TARPON.W. .

NOTICE TO CANDIDATES Those boiler., Wi1i'sell cheap. .Apply !pNew' Henry L, Covlngton, Frank Reilly, F. E. Brawner, second bottle I was entirely cur
wishing to make a successful run M6d-.aunAry, J13AprilFOR J. M. Pfeiffer W..S, Rosasco C. W. Lamer, ed." For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte. V. J. VIDAL, Manager.We i G. 3ARROW, Ma ur.,

should supply themselves ,with"'a bottle Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourin, J. Saunders will sell for ,ten days at less FIRST-CI4A1 PASSENGER AND
of PLUTO. Now Is-the-season; to SALE-7-Nice' clean old newspapers A. M. Avery W. ". M ton. 0.E. Maura than cost: I FREIu.IT (SERVICE
prepare your stomach and liver at five cents a bundle. This of. W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J, Hannah, McKenzie Oertlng, SUPT. COOK GIVES No. 2 Mackerel. 2 for 15c. -t -Detwwc-

against all diseases. Pluto will' do it. fice. Alex frlcGowIn, C. M. Covington, M. E. Clark. Smoked Halibut, vary fine) lOo PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHJ.

For wholesale sale by by all Jas druggists McHugh.!and grocers. Safety deposit boxes for rent at$ *; $3.00 and $J5JJO 'the.year. Private departmentin NOTICE: tO PARENTS per Blood pound.Red Salmon. lOco. per lb. I COLA. CARRABELLE., MILLVILLE.ST. ANDREWS .

connection for the convenience of customers. St. Andrews
advertisements Holland Herring (in .kits) 60c per. And all points on Bay
FOR SALE.-Improved and unlmpsov- Legal Carrabe'.le'! and Apaiachlcala.SCHEDULE .
Four cent interest Paid on-Time Deposits.L kit j
ed per
property in all parts of the cl '
y. In. tins 45c
Kaiser Herring. ( ) per
J.A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents Estate of Henry D.;. Pelrce" Deceased Patrons pupils and teachers of the tta. I Leave PeiiSfccoia :$ mday. .:i. p.IB.
Room 7. Salisbary building. Phone Creditors: legatees, distributeesand City Public Schools Attention! 25c ., for Mobile AIL
Salacine Sausage (imported)
112. 23ju all .persons having claims or demands : Beginning with June, the 1st, proximo : Leave Peosacola Tuesday, 8:30 p.
against the 'said estate are required schools in per pound.We m. for SL Andrews, MlllviUe Apa.
all the city operationwill
fresh stock of
have imported
AUTOMOBILES. am agent for the to present-- them to' me within I a lacaICOCairabelle and intermediati
HILTOHGBBBNPR*5n>..!'. T.B.WHOL3S VroM.rDasT. begin work promptly at 8 a. m.i Maccaroni, Spagetti. Italian Tomato
Pope Mfg. Co. and
can sell you" autos .two years from this date. B.M.EUSHHFliL,&5Ii&.' ?MANETIELD IIORKNO,Jusw.OA RtD and with two recess periods of 10 I [ Greek Black Olives, Artichokes points.
from $500.00 They less Paste. For additional isformarloa apply t
up. cost than ANNA L.PEIRCE. ExecutrIx. j
horses Citizens Nation Bank minutes. each. Schools No. 1 and 31 Navy Bread Pilot Bread, Italian HardTack J. R. SAUNDJiRS.E. ,
to keep up. They can be run April 12. J906.,: oawSw
,_ at 1:30
in sand anywhere a horse will close for the day p. m. Boston Brown Bread, French R. COBB PrwWeat
can
Leslie E. Brooks. go. TREASURY DEPARTMENT Office of of PeaueoU Frt&s.DIRECTORS.\ and the primary schools will close as Bread. Russian Caviar and imported Gen. Frt and Pass. Agt-
.. follows: Grades 1 at 12 m; grades 2 I French and Italian Sweet Oils. Pensacola. Fla
FOR S'ALE-Ten new and second the Supervising Architect Washington ; Qe. W.Wrlgki. Morris Bear T.X.Welles Biz M.Robinson. L. HiH n Gr*.n. at 12:30; and grades 3 and 4 at 1:00p. We carry the only.: full. line of Fran.I _.
D. May 9, 1906.-SEALEDPROPOSALS
second hand office safes, different Cv A GlttttM. B YI/VG BUSMlSS TRANSACTED m. Said two recess periods of 10 cis Leggett's and. Dodson. and. Brown's ------
sizes: best makes at bargain prices. will be received at this minutes each to be divided so as to 'canned goods in the city. Gulf City'I! ROUND TRIP SUMMER

Scarritt Moreno. ofice East Govern office until 3 "o'clock. P, M.. on the 6th .. give" the greatest relief to the pupils Coffee Co.'s "Oaxaca': .*'Gold ,Standard j '
lUent St. 24mar day of June, 1$06, 'and"theI : opened, and least detriment to the work of the Daybreak Diamond Blend. and Gol. and .
for plumbing and sewerage at Santa : school. den Rio Coffee for sale. They are aa!!
FOR ,SALE-A fine piece of waterfront CONVENTION RATES
Rosa Quarantine :Stat1op' Pensacola, r -- By order of the Board of Public In high 'grades and give perfect satisfac-
property 50 feet front with
on West Florida, in accordance drawingsand
Bay Shore at the foot of Clubfcs treet.. specification copies of which may R UCari. CA.Et-Y-: db CO...: -;." struction.oJ N. B. COOK.22may3"t. tion. > Round trip summer excursions from
with a 4 room house, front and back all points east to Pacific coast and
be'had,at this office ox at. the office of Whol.uU and B.Uli Dealer IB !,.-
Superintendent.
gallery, has a nice wharf about 250 the Custodian of the Station Pensac- County_ northwest from June 1 to September .
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feet long running out to 'deep water la', Florida, 'at'- the discretion. the Steam, Domestic.Anthracife 15 with specal: stop-over privileges! ,

from the front gate. For a few days Supervising ,Architect. ,.James: Knox and Blacksmith C .0 A ,L PRISONERS PLACED THE COUNTY ON ROAD good returning to October 31, 1906. (

cay! it will be offered at only $1500. Taylor, Supervising. Arch'.tect! ; Office -No. 43< South ,Palafor:,street, Telephone 93. We N. E. A. meeting at Los Angeles,
cash. Apply to Jos. I. Johnson, at ,. July 9-13.
Friedman & Co.'s store.5may. I5may6teodiProposals' -. .. '- _t' -' :Y ra comer Tarragona and Gonz lez. streets. Phones 6 :and 372 'Six prisoners were sent to the county Elks meeting at Denver Colo., July
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FOR will t be received ,.at i ,. road \ 16-21
SALE. LEASE OR' RENT: : ; 'theBureau :Rowan assault with intent to murder Ask YourPatronage
Slimmer rates to Co'orado June .1
Houses on water front at Little Bayou of Supplies wdLkCoountz.! three month; Ernest Perry car-
near car line. Good bargains. Navy Department Washington, D. G., 4 sIx! months to September 30.
concealed weapons, ;
Apply to Phillip Hannah" Little Bayou.ma3wt until 10 .o'.f ocl''a.,! m-; one .!?, 1906.: A good 8'day- Parlor Clock.. ._, p'4 ...-.-..$5.00A rying'Forrest Dlx obtaining 'Property by Ore.Hotel. June Men's 25-28.Convention Portland. -
'opened
and publicly immediately good '8-day Parlor Clock with' alarm. 53.00 false, pretense. six months; Henry Use the splendid through serviceof

FOR SALE' ;-Three joke of oxen and thereafter Pensatola: ,"to Fla.furnish., .n.. quantity at the navy_of,yard ma-, ''8-day Mission Clocks J2.75 to.....'h.,...".,. ... .... ..... ''.. ''" .. ...$5.00. Jackson, assault three months; Lanzo the Southern Pacific from New Or-
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log" carl; gOod team in good condl- 'chine tools etc.", as follows: Sch. 564. Repairing at reasonable prices: Harroll assault sixty days; Mark Solely on the. .grounds of leans; Union Pacific from Kansas

'lion and working every day. Price Wood lathe revolving' derrick, centrifugal J. F. DAVIS,_JEWELER,.at Cue's Book StoreVMrWW raliki gaming forty-five days. satisfactory work. Once City or Chicago.

$300. Call on or write J. A. Chaffin & pump, planer iJ joiner band Through Pullman tourist cars from

Co. Milton. Fla. 29aprlm saw saw setter, :etc. Sch. '5S5. Grinder NAv.MN'NAV"' V#
FOR S'ALE-Lady's saddle extra drills, screw'machine,,parts for en- Mrs; Sue Martin, an old and highly etc., and from St Louis and Chicago ,
Rood; fine Shepherd do's: also jravlng! machine. Applications for : ; B ilders' Supp l s. We have.a full carload \ \ respected resident of Faisonla Miss., The Star Steam to California. -

brand new Century Encyclopedia and proposals should designate the sched- I of Carey's Magnesia Flexible Cement Roofing absolutely was .sicl\.., with stomach trouble for . Write me for literature and infor .
mation.
Dictionary. Address Gads- ule desired by ,number. Blank proposals more than six'months. Chamberlain'sStomaeh'lnd -
1192 East $ :
t waterproof and We can it Laundry. J. F. VAN REXSSELAER,,

_' ion to the navy; 'pay; office, Pensacola. t or you can. Cheaper than shingles. She' says. : "I can .now eat anythingI 37 ESarCen St Phone 114. 1 1Pen."I. General Agent
FoR SALE "' H.'T.,.B., Harris irani. and am the proudest womanIn 124 Peachtree St., Atlanta. Ol
,foot Bureau.1 : .
-22 gasoline launch 5 FI ,;ot'to the ; .. F "-. '
H. P. engine.. W.,A. .Brunet, War20maylw Paymaster-General U.' S. N. Phone 11. H-G.. '.DeSILVA' &. CO- the world"to find such a good medir R. O. BEAN. T. P. A.

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FACTS SPO IRTS I St Louie National 3. Philadelphia League.D.'.-., ... REAL [ESTATE T T. [. lrPI'd''d'NfW 1 Over 41 'Million;' Dollars Paid to Policy Holders V

i Chicago-New York: rain. .' -;;
I Brooklyn 4, Cincinnati 1.. .f*. The
The invasion of.th'e west by the east Pittsburg 5, Boston 0. .' : By Equitable
ARE ern teams of the Southern league terminates TRANSFERS :Verbena br ss, Mann, Alicante and,'
today in Memphis, Shreveportand Tournament. Ended.; ... .., V Hulva. I' During the year 1905, nearly nineteen millions being for
I .. death claims] alone, while nearly seven millions dol1a.rswas
New Orleans, The grand, but The pool tournament. which..Jasbeen ... .
unsuccessful 'r. .., VESSELS IN PORT. p4'd to policy holders in dividends daring the same
STUBBORN going on at a local pool parlor for
finale of the Birminghamclub the past week ended last night with Steamships.Clematls I I year. 'Send tJs your name age and address.
ended yesterday. The Barons Following Is a list of the deeds re-
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following results: MacDonald Belgian 2267, Leenaers,
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played fifteen games, won three, lost first; D. Frater, second; and.L. Levy, corded yesterday reported by the Antwerp, to S. P. Shotter & Co. Insurance, Knowles Bros.I Gen' AgtJ
THINGS eleven and tied one. Great record for i third. W. Hartman managed to win Pensacola Abstract Co.: Exmoor Br ss Storehouse. 2297, Fire, Ltfa Pensacolae1
J. D. Waters to E. Wilson,
touted pennant'winners. Looks likea Clyde
one game out of the series, while E. Madiera to Hyer Bros.
lot of selling platers in with a fast, Roch was distanced. ., !C. 35 ft.' of the W. 45 ft. of lots 16, 17, Gracla; Span ss Ruiz, 2122, Port
and when we advertisethe bunch, though the route may be only 18 and 19. block 79, West King Tract, Tampa to Gulf Transit Co.
best clothing for little threequarters.The j $200 and other considerations. j I Ida, Span ss 2267.. Liverpool to S.

money statement and with back the up goods that, the east western Friday teams and there well promises open up to in I[ i 1 I block J. J.108 Hooton, E. King to W.Tract H.,.Evans E. ot Tarragona lot 6,'.Shotter Ktrkwood. &,-Br Co.ss 1952. Tulloch Rio ....................H4...........................:

it is not hard to convinceyou be some fun going on. Atlanta has C9615f' St., $65. ofe Janeiro to Keyser & Co.
that there are many done as well, df not better, than any E. A. DIAlemberte to J. W. Bullock, Louise Ger ss 1480, Bohndorf, Antwerp i IronWork S :: Supply Co. i
reasons chief among of the eastern contingent against the I II Jr., lots 21 to 30, Inclusive, block 107 to J. Schreyer.
which are 'low price" western layoutSTANDING Special to The Journal. | E. King Tract Belmont Numbering, Teodoro ..de: Larrinaga, Br ss, Carroll Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS .
and "long wear"whywe Muscogee, May 23.Through the $100 and other considerations. I 2998, Manchester to Gulf Transit Z FORCINGS, "MILt AND STEAMSHIP $UPPLIE$. STEAMSHIP
courtesy of Mr. W. R. Vaughn Intending J7i .H. H. Whiting; to H. L. Berry and.J. Company .: AIR9 A .
hold our patrons and AND RESULTS / r\E SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all orders, :
O.: Walker, lots 16,' 19 and .
why we are able to make to us the use of two of the I 17/18 : : day or night"..Ageatt'tor.James' McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and
block 92, New Tract, $1000 '
City 20'1 Ships. Timber alto chins of all !
so many new ones. Our :Southern :League. large farm wagons, quite a large other considerations. : descriptions. Office phone 123. Resi
blue and grey Serges at CfWdl? Canara III ship, 1495 Repetts Genoa 0 dence phone 102$. p_ O. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr .
$12.50 and '15.00 will convince Won( Lost Pet. repaired to the beautiful.banks of Pen Ja3. L. Sweeney W. B. ,' to, Master. .} ..........,............, ...0.....etNlINNIINNeNNN/i/0
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Shreveport. >, ,23 -. -
9 719 dido river, about six miles below Musctfgea lots .8, 9. and 10, block 200, MaxentTract )I Forsyth
you. Summery Un- ? Haryest Queen, Brit ship, .
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New Orleans.. .. .. ..21 10 674 I : $1000 and other considerations.. I ::3
derwear ... ... yesterday and spent the day Rio Janiero to order.:
Memphis. ? .20( 12 606 W. B. Runyan to L.. S. Brown, lots
Birmingham.. .. .;...19 ", 18 514< !;t most enjoyably fishing, eating; drinking 6, 7, 8, 9, 10'and 11.: block 200, Maxent WANTED !
Atlanta.. .. ., ... ...17 17 500 t and having a good time generally. Tract, $1000 and 'other considerations : Barks
$J.OO a SuitThe Montgomery.. .. .. ..12 20 375! A large trout was caught by :Mr. B. F. Wolfe to Leslie E. Brooks, lots Antigua, Nor bk 1348, Ferguson,
Nashville. ... ... ....12 24 333 17, 18, 1& and 20, in block 117, New New,Orleans to A. Zelius.
Little Rock .. .. .. .. 9 23 287; Davis;and a huge soft,shell turtle was City Tract, $100 and other considera Dharwar: Sweed bk., 1271, Olssen, Wanted-By. a. .man in ill health "any old kind" of life
captured by Messrs. Davis Welsh and Rio Janeiro to H. H. Boyer.
Yesterday's Results. j Henderson. tions. King :Malcolm. It bk Gufi, 1233, Ge- insurance that wi1! ferprotection to his family after his death

V John White i! Memphis 4. Atlanta 3. The ladies were supplied with well Sore Nipples. i'oa Luisa to Huges, ItaL bk.& Co.1591 Montano, from which will .occur' soon. Address "Procrastinator," Aroundthe

Montgomery 2, New Orleans 0.Birmtngham filled baskets of good things >to eat A cure may be effected by applying Nolloth to master. Corner
Store Phone 3. Little Rock 1. which together with the. fresh water.. Chamberlain's Salve as soon as the Lake'Erie, HL bk., 928. Efigan, Bas- :
225. I Nashville.3. Shreveport- 2. fish made a dinner fit,for a king which child I is' done nursing. Wipe it off som to ':Master. Take, a_ policy i in the Union Central 1 Life while you can.
with a soft cloth before allowing the Port .Sonoclan, Uruguay bk, 1112,
II South Atlantic League. was spread under the beautiful pines child to nurse. Many trained nurses, Ferres, Mentevideo to German American
205-207 S. PAALFOX ST. IIi Won Lost Pet.. and of course was enjoyed by.alL use this salve with the best results. Lbr. Co. B, S. WILLIAMS, General Agent.
Augusta.. ., .. .. .23 9 Those composing the I
i 719" party were: Price 25 cents per box. Sold by all Palo Angelo, Ital bk 1136, Bezzo.
Charleston,. .. .. .15 16 434 Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Vaughn, Mr, and drug'gists.
Schiafflno
Macon. .. ,. .. ,...15 16 4S4 )frs. C. F. Jennings, Mr. and 'Mrs. J. I Genoa Precursore, Rosasco, Ital bk Bros. 1508 --
J Jacksonville." .. .. .15 16 4S4OjIumbla. W. Welsh, Mr. and 0. MulUns; lair and I _Rebecca. Crowell Am bk 491, Daw
; .. .. .. .. 14 17 452:Mrs. J. R. Henderson, Mrs. Cary, Dr. Porto Rico to' J. I. Kelly & Co. NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
I Savannah .. .. .. .14 18 438 Buckner, :Mir. and Mrs. D. W. Henderson Sterling Nor bk, E'lepsen Labita
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---...:.- Y Mr. W. D. Henderson,'Sr., Mr,;R. YOU Bay to order, ,
Yesterday's Results. L Bradley and Mr. Fell: of Muscogee; k PHONE 1188. E. W. LAWRENCE, Prop. No.8 WEST Roru"UT
Augusta 3, Charleston 0. I Mrs. Mullins and Miss ,Mary Mullins, > *\ Schooners.

Jacksonville 4. Columbia 2. of Roberts: Miss Ida Davis.,. of .Pine have any trouble with schr., 397,
M.Brit Carter
savannah Macon, rain. Forest; Miss Nellie Wheat, of Bay I > Mantos Annie to J.; A. Merritt & Co. *..MMMMM C.MM M...... .................."' :
.-- Point; Misses Rosa: Henderson, Mary 1 Donna Christina Am sch, McLeod,
The Bankers and Y. M. C. A. teams Bradley, Bessie and .Susie Nell.Patterson YOUR FEET ,?
163; 'Carde as.
will tangle in 'their first of Mable and Jennie Merritt !
up game Qlara S. G.' Haskill, Am sch 569 Staples i
the season 'at Palmetto Beach Friday Long,,Maud! Jennings/Louise; "Welsh, > Contrast
Uyou'do: there fs' no"tfcessity for It, New York to Orders : |;
afternoon. Play will commence at 4 of Musctfgee; Mr. PyA. Henderson, of ..
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o'clock with the teams lined up as fol-i Pensacola; Messrs. Frank and Robert! when you can get theonly original i
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THE GREAT FOX lows: I Davis, of Pine 'Forest; Messrs. Hopkins Sciatica Cured After Twenty Years : .
Bankers Y. M. C. A. Williams, Moore Arthur,. Paul BUNION LAST.::: .'<. of Torture.For'more K 'You Please l V
Made in visible and invisible. Has Gilmore Blou t..p Maneely or Salemsen-", and Fred Merritt, Thomas 'afi4: <| Simon than twenty years Mr. J. i : ... __ i
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of merit business man .. Bradley, James JenningsArthur, Hen- Shoe at my store that will make,'you .B..>Jassey'of 3322 Clinton St, Minne
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very any Roberts. .. ....c? ?', Lurton, W. S.L demon, Sidney'' '.weI ;' ; WflUe and feel comfortably just to"took at,'and adream apolis, Minn. was tortured by sciati .
could desire.and Light running,Is speed Stone; ._ .. ...1b.. .-,. ..HflburnBrent. ; Trammell Henderson Josepi and Fred of paradise when you put.them; ca. The pain and suffering which' be i:I! :Th e .olf rheated kitchen, the dingy coal scuttle, wood box i
durability. '
correctness to do the best class of work guar fortour T,.W !io .2b.. $. Riley, Frank Lee Jennigs, John Lang, Jr., of MusI on, and only $3.00 and'$3.50 per pair endured during this time is beyond:Ii ,and ash, pans with the handsome and compact gas range
anteed All cleaning ana repair- Leonard. .. ., .3b.. .. .. Bell Sid I.cogee and Lamar Waters,. .of Gateswood All the latest shapes }n' Snow, Flor- comprehension. Nothing gave him:, :.:where the'1r00d. box, coal bucket and ash pan are uninowp :
years. ,
Williass.Lurton, Ala. : and i you have a faint Idea of the great advantage
H.A.I
ing done free for two years. The Fox Quina sheim and King.Quality Shoes at from anY' permanent relief until he used'I gained S
McCle lan.. .,- ..rf., '....Wentworth Mr W. W.: White by
visited relativesin ,
has been tested and accepted by hun I $3.00 to $6.00, .guaranteed to fit.:.the Chamberlain's Pain Balm. One. application l
:dreds of thousands, as being the best I itallory.. ..' ... ..cf. Brent, :al&ehln will be sent on trial free of Wolfe.. .. ,, %...If ..'VatS'Jn,J.C.I fir King, of Century; waL. ere on know you'll come &gam.JOS. pain and made sleep and rest possible, Cooking .
;;.charge. Call on or write to ..f business during the week.. >r"Mr. and less than one bottle has effecteda
American -League.St 'I Clarence Bradley has beeif1con. permanent cure. If troubled with I: Gas Company i
Louis.10, Washington 7. I fined to his bed for several days. COLEMAN sciatica .or rheumatism why not trya
F. B. BRUCE Philadelphia 4, Cleveland 3, (ten The infant of Mr and Mrs., Paul 25-cent bottle of Pain Balm and see ;:; Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. i
Innings.) Shelby was badly scalded'Mondayandis for*yourself how quickly it relieves *
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