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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 25, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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S Shown Dp in at Investigations byGovernment y VICTORY BY ONE N [ ,I*- l!' -f. 1! *I I I- Cumberland Presbyterian:t Church .V' H c

Philadelphiaand $ ENGINER STEVENS # e INVESTIGATION OF Regardless of Action of 'YJ..1.-!1

IF I GIVES'HIS VIEWS *. and Presbyterian Church Have THE STANDARD/ OIL I : '
Kansas City. & REGARDING CANAL COMPANY RESUMED 7f Aldermen. "
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VOTE T[ FOR & By Associated- Press #aNew at Last United.d & By Associated.:...-- Press t DEVOTED[ T[ T TI TO >, '".1 rl;:..

ICU York May 24.-Engi- Cleveland, Mlif .-In two *
CAR DISTRIBUTION & neer Stevens, who arrived tok & protracted sessions today the FREELY DISCUSSED I --ri '

Orday said of the Panama canal:.., Great Enthusiasm Manifested by y j*; Interstate ;Commerce Commis- .. 1
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WllHeresy [ "I knew nothing regarding,* j* sion heard evidence: upon the ORATORY T TLarge t.liaJ1': ..,.t- '
the senatefavoring a sea level ft the Big Assembly.RESOLUTION business methods of the Stan- 'J t :)

By Pennsylvania Seemed to Favor canal until I reached quarantine '* dard Oil Company. The session Plea that Peiitics is Being Played } ,
today. I consider it will ,;'f I was a continuation of the *I .

Certain Companies. take fifteen to twenty years to $ investigation adjourned at Chi Denied.
TO UNITE OPPOSED Stoutly
Charges 'Against Texas build that type of canal A ; ; cago two weeks a'go. Crowd Floor and in Galleries : :j j: .
on -
0lock canal can be built in about '* BY ONLY TWO COMMISSIONERS, & A number of prominent witnesses i? '
eight What is wanted # testified and while no .i
THOUSANDS OF ''DOLLARS' IN REBATES Minister Not Sustained byPresbyterian years. 1 Listens Leaders *
to STATED THAT
now is a definite decision as to # REPRESENTATIVES OF CUM a decidedly" sensational testimony !- '% THOSE ALDERMEN 4 f

PAID TO LARGE: BUS! *, what,type is to be, constructed. # BERLAND CHURCH" GIVEN A was given most of itrelated'to $ WHO VOTED TO REQUEST ':- ''- .
I I Assembly "The entire working force on # & the methods: employ-'; With Interest.

NESS FIRMS BY BURLINGTON,, the isthmus is about sixteen HEARTY WELCOME AT DES ed by the Standard to drive sf 'RESIGNATION FIRMLY BELIEVE \"
Associated I Preo. thousand men. The cause of ;; ., petitors out of business. "Much S? i '
By
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Press.
Associated
i RAILROAD THROUGH NEW YORK Greenville, S.S C. May' 24.-Victory" delay Is lack of equipment. MOINES CUMBERLAND' ASSEMBLY of the evidence showed that the & Washington By May .Nothing of a THAT BEST INTERESTS OF CITY !? 4."f
by one vote recorded Dr. W ':\ r. Stevens will proceed to % railroad companies took conslderatte : % 'DEMAND' !
FREIGHT BROKER WHO ATTENDED was for ; NOTIFIED I legislative character was accomplished THAT MR. ZEL1U3 :i I
Washington without for part in'aiding the Standard &
delay -
E. Caldwell of Fort Texas
Worth to by the house today. The sessionwas -. .
TO SHIPMENTS.By day in the case involving charges ol ifs,.t' a conference on canal matters." # to fight rivals. given over to oratory. A large STEP DOWN. ;,
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heresy against him. Met attendance was on the floor and in the
'H-" 1t ? '$- By Associated )Press f
The general assembly of the Southern ,,1 gallery and listened with great interestto Tr.

Associated Press I I Presbyterian church heard th Des Moines May 24.With solemn leaders of the opposite schools pf I Will Alex Zelius resign as Chairman ;

Philadelphia :May 24.-Additional conjuration! of arguments in the Caldwell .MANY TOBACCO announcement Moderator*v -. Corbett today BOTH FIGHTERS politics, Charles A. Towne of New I of the Board of Public Wbrks, or'will
I case before a'vote wa ordered / York and John Dalzell of Pennsylva he :
evidence of discrimination by the This ,resulted in 79 votes tt I sustain! 1 declared the union of the Cum. : ignore the request of the ,* .
Railroad in the I the BEDS DESTROYED READY FOR FRAY nia.Towne's council to step down and out? :
Peunsylvania distrib1J-1 I complaint cf Caldwe'l against the berland Presbyterian church, and the strictures on ,the presidentwere '.
tion of cars in the soft coal I' action of the synod of Texas in ordering (Presbyterian church in -lull effect and given enthusiastic democratic ap This question was asked many ,
the Interstate1 Commerce the Presfjjt8ry to dissolve the relations -I plause. Mr. IDalzell: followed on "Let- times :yesterday and the consensus of ;
presented to I' between him and the First II By Associated Press. the big assembly burst into a stormof By Associated Press ting Well Enou'gh Alone" and received opinion seems to be that Mr. Zelius

Commission today. ''Presbyterian ChurcJi of Fort Worth.I applause at the consummation of Los Angeles, ''May 24.-"Battling" hearty republican applause.NO will not comply with the of .
John Lloyd, a banker and coal oper' Eleven votes were: cast to sustain the 4 Louisville, May 24.A special from a 'union sought for many" years. 'Nelson, the.light weight champion and: request j

ator at Altoona testified: that the Columbia 'I complaint in part and 89 votes were Hopkinsville Ky., says the tobacco I A telegram was received from Del Aurelio Herrera, who meet in a twenty REVENUE TAX ONDENATURED the councilmanic body as recommended .

!Coal Company was forced to:]i cast against Dr. Caldwell, making a'beds Fairview of two prominent planters near I l catur, 111., yesterday announcing the : round bout tomorrow evening for ALCOHOL by the fin'i r. .
last ;
were destroyed night,
majority of one vote for the complain I $20,000, have finished training and will proved by the council. ;!
lell Ita mine because of shortage: of I six such of the joint. resolution by ,
'making outrages in the last adoption :
I Ii : work only enough to keep the required Washington, Clay 24. After considerable It is openly stated'! that Mr. Ze+ .
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tAnotner operator said he paid:ant.The 48 hours. Rewards of a thousand dollars I the Cumberland church. At the -
opening
moderator ,
of
named a special com weight 131 pounds until tomorrow. : debate the senate today passed; Ims was elected by the council for
for the use of cars when he failed to' mittee to investigate and report on and have been offered for the arrest! session here today (the same reso- Betting is heavy ton'ght,' Nelson ruling the bill relieving denatured alcohol the life of the body, and that.he ,
secure an allotment. i the eleven votes which were cast for conviction of the guilty parties.!' lution was adopted and a message the favorite, ten to seven. Thereis from the internal revenue tax and pro .
partial ratification of Dr. Caldwell's Some farmers are keep'ng armed plenty .of Herrera at these then took up the agricultural appro- poses to serve out his term, regard
Frederick Vrooman assistant train. : to that effect. ..wired t.. course. guards about their beds. Several figures. priation bill, which was still under less of the action of the aldermen, at -
master for the railroad told of giftsof beds Vote for reunion to-61aj was opposedby
destroyed belonged to members | the
The report on closer re'atfons! and consideration at adjournment. meeting Wednesday evening In< _
five and ten dollars at a of the tobacco association. I only two commissioners.
money special agreement will view of this if
be
next con true, there is only one .
time! he received from coal companies The scene was most,dramatic. After ATTEMPTED TO
sidered by the assembly and will likely !way for the local law making body to : i

toi favors, which he did not grant. cause a most spirited discussion. KILLED BY FALL the formal announcement by the GAINESVILLEBANKER rid itself of Mr. Zelius, and that Is by ;
moderator, two representatives' from 1
LYNCH NEGRO
removing him. How this can be don ;
THOUSANDS IN REBATES r ..
the Cumberland church were _introduced DEADBy
I is best told by the city charter. It is
PAID TO LARGE FIRMS FROM..STREET CARByAssociated and welcomed ,by the' entire '
: By Associated Press also said that_ the council may go to
IR EASTERN
[ assembly rising; ,to Its feet; and ap- "
Kansas' City, !fay 14.-At Rose this
extreme if
__Kansas City May ,24.Members ofa Associated Press' necessary to get Mr. .-
plauding. Boflx;msff 'sp ecnes-- ,dale" .jiere ,
Kan near, .a crowd at- GatnesvuteJi1a.; May 24. Benjamin Zelins off #
the board.
dozen large business firms admitted, Press'Columbia fressing gfatificaUon''at.'th resultIt tempted to lynchiJJonroe; 1lversa P. Richards, cashier of the=Dutton & --...........-........,..,. ,
trial in the federal
here at the I
today S. C., May 24J. E. negro, who was, found 'unde'rthe bed interest Manifested:
was announced that Moderator Co. bank and a; widely known bankerin
court of G. H Crosby, Burl'ngton railroad
Tindal, secretary of state under Governor ; of a white woman.-$Before the negro That great interest is being takes
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traffic manger Geo. L., Thomas, 0-1110 C COALFIELDS l ,i Landrith and seven others will a- Florida, died here today of parlysis -
strangled_he cut down
Tillman fell from a street car was was by in the matter is evident from state
; ] after brief illness.
of Draw; York, freight broker and clerk at midnight last night dying early to-|t I rive from Decatur tomorrow.CUMBERLAND the police and 'taken to jail a meats made around the city yester

Taggart, that they received thousand! day. He lost his balance as. he was I day. Some contend that the chair
of dollars in commissions" from "un leaving the car, stroking'upon: hs! I ASSEMBLY' DANGER FROM man of the Board of Works should
known sources. All the firms hired: head. i'indal was 67 years old and ? 'NOTIFIED OF ACTION OLDEST EDITOR acquiesce in the request of the council
Thomas to attend to shipping their [
and; resign. Others contend that
in South
was prominent
goods from the Atlantic Seaboard to caroling politics FLOOD IN ALASKABy
HAS'PASSID no charges have been brought
since 1866. Decatur, 111., May 24. The Cumberland AWAYBy
81.; Louis and Kansas City, but no wit against Mr. Zelius and he therefore'
ness would! say that the sums of money Presbyterian general assembly has nothing to fear by holdng on.
come from Thomas. Mrs. Davis Worse. to-day received a telegram from Associated Press. Associated Press.

The government closed its case and Non Union Miners Fired Upon from New York, May 24-The conditionof the Presbyterian assembly at Des Columbia, Mo., May 24. lonel W. Seattle, Wash., May 24.-The Post Politics Alleged.
the defense asked that the case Mrs. Jefferson Davis, who became Moines announcing that the union: P. Swltzler, recognized as the oldest Intelligencer has received advices Friends of :Mr.: Zelius state that behind -

against Thomas be dismissed on Ambush at the Plum worse last night, was not improved The Cumberland''an .. editor in the United States, died through the United States cable office the request for his resignation
had been ratified' there is
grounds of lack of jurisdiction. This to-day. Members of her family are .1 here to-day, aged 87 years. He established from North Fork, Alaska, stating that I a deep seated game of politics
: embly adjourned after the mes-I' I I I being played. It i is said that the
Columbia
was overruled and the demurrer will Run Mine. remaining within quick calling distance the Statesman in the rivet at that point rose eight feet council is not after Mr. Zelius so
be argued tomorrow. ; of the bedside. sage was received. 1841. last night, and that the water had I
much, but that the scalp of one
reached the cabins from all sides. The in '
higher authority is desired and
Smithfield, 0., May' 24.-The war men were working to save the cabins that the fight against him is being '
NEGRO CHAPLAINFOR in the Eastern Ohio coal fields over and if the river rises another foot, the made through the chairman of the
the operation of the mines 'with non- FXW1EM677 people' will have to take to the hills. board.
union labor is on. After a night of AYE: There is grave dan'ger of the town be- -
PHILIPPINESBy almost constant firing in the hills, "ng swept away. Contrary View. 1 '
the Plum Run mine was opened to- While the friends of Mr. Zelms .
cay for the first time in seven weeks.' U: ;; allege that politics has a great deal
GA I
The non-union miners. 125 strong,. i MANY Vf; s GRACEVILLEP. to oft with the action of the council,
Associated Press =' a, STR '+6 E friends of .
marched obwn the hill toward the SICNT I the the members of that
Washington, May 24.-Rev. Washington pits under heavy: ,guard. They were I, ,. f{ S But :body, who voted to request 'Mr. Ze. '.
ROBBED
oTHUI4 ltKEcr -
!; E. Gladden a negro minister, .
fusilade the '
from
greeted by: a THV
y5 different
J3EFORt!
las: been appointed, chaplain in the bushes. The bullets whizzed among '
Vn'ted: '' States Army with the rank of I the trees and imbedded themselvesin LCNtti6STRQ \ personnel of the finance committee
captain and has been assigned tout cars. The strike-breakers Special To The Journal. ehould be sufficient evidence that I
) with Twenty-fourth Infantry, hurried some to cover. The union men lB''. L i dt# Marianna, May 24.-The postofficeat 'there is no politics in the question.On .
now in the Graceville, Fla., was robbed some
Philippines.SURGEONS hurried from the settlement andgathered t the contrary that politics were
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time Tuesday of the of ten dol
sum
considered of,
even thought
on the Vopes! above the crcWs:4x1 never or
I ( lars. The thief was caught and was I .
mines and watched developments.Their but that the committee honestly believes
OFSOUTHERN women folk, who were picking! %f/J? In jail at Bonifay by 4 o'clock and a that the best interests of the'
up coal about the pit entrances, were I pootoffice inspector who happened to city will be best subserved with Mr. ..
RY. ordered away. After' the 'women' had!. r be here w-ent up to investigate., Zelius off of the board. Also that <
gone, here and there among the I. the same view is held by those al-

bushes sounded the crack of revolvers. I VD ,lt ucT- AMBUSH MURDER dermen who 'voted to approve the :-
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recommendation of the committee
The men behind were invisible ltiAMOHO
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asking for the resignation of Mr.
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By Associated Press. ? 'e. hVNM
Charleston S. C., May 24.-The as- A correspondent of a Cleveland! pa NEAR GAINESVILLEBy Zelius.
variation: of :Surgeons of the Southern per .driving into the camp, was fired \ Meeting Monday.The .
Railway to-day selected Washington upon, but was unhurt /4 k /IM \ next regular meeting of the
IS the next meeting place and elect- The fact that the hollow in which Associated Press. 'Board of Public Works; is scheduledfor
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Greenville, Miss.; vice president, M. with underbrush saved the 1" Montgomery was waylaid and killed Chairman Zelius is in a reticent
F ''(Jomes. of Louisville Ky. and sec guards and non-union men from / -- j ,""- from ambush near Beville seven miles mood concerning the request for bU
rea"! and Treasurer J. U. Ray of harm. When the last -non-union man i'I' west of Gainesville today. The body resignation. It is thought that he '
had entered the mine quiet was se will attend the meeting of the board '
tiraodstoek Ala., were relected.EARTHQUAKE .. was found in the woods near the road. I
cured. The coroner's verdict puts the blameof Monday, when he will publicly make
death on "parties unknown." known his decision in the premises.So .
NEAR I If far he has not personally signified
MOTORMAN SAVED ,- A5mrm. mew)' DIAMOHD EXPERT DEO.M$THAI bis intention of either resigning or

; % W I7tERE11RE 5.WWHD. Fi-lD/JM( KWUCKY{ ArtDTFATTIE: .ignoring the request of the council.! ,.,
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OGDEN : + I SUMMARY OF
UTAHBy FROM ANGRY MOB 2t1t One of his strong personal and political "
4W 1 14kY friends stated yesterday that
THE WEATHERThe he is cognizant of the fact that :Mr. ;
LtlA c
r LLPEf Zelius has no apology to make for
Associated Press. By Associated Press I the statement of defense of the :

Ogden Utah May 24.....:An earth- New York, May 24.-standing be-' st : maximum temperature yesterday Board of Works signed by Mayor {
.uake shock was felt four miles west side the mangled body. -of his, fiveyearold / H Yf was 72 degress at 2:15 p, m. and Bliss and himself, which was published :
OJ' Ogden at two o'clock this after- boy which had been crashed to % the minimum 67 degrees at 3, a. m. in full in The Journal yester \
DolIn.> death by a Broadway trolley car, i
Builalngs( were shaken and ; In his summary of the weather yesterday day. I Ij
ouch!! excitement prevailed, but no which the mob had overturned in its t Observer Reed said: I j
damage was done. frantic attempts at rescue. Thomas' "The movement of the areas of ENGINEERS WILL HELPEARTHQUAKE ,j
McCormick last 'nightc hi:;I ty1y high pressure antf( areas of low pressure SUFFERERS i
ARRESTED ON CHARGE grief while .he begged'the ,furious / AJ; l lrG during the. past two days has "

THOUGH ACQUITTED ONCE crowd not to harm the trembling mo- been very slow; the western depris' By Associated Press 1
I I toman. Dramatically the father told Ii } 'iFXIC 0 r' sion has moved to Colorado and the I Memphis: Tenn., May 24.-The '

Frank Jackson, ; negro who was the crowd that he too had been throughthe j Florida disturbance has moved t. Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineersat
tried and acquitted in the municipal same tragic experience oaly a little i small} distance north stward. Show- to-day's session brought up the
c nrt on a charge carrying conceal- time before; that he while driving an ers have continued in the south Atlantic matter of an appropriation for the Pacific ,
fd weapons was arrested by the ice wagon, had' run 'over. and. killed I and gulf states in the Mississippi : coast earthquake sufferers, andit
sheritt's> department yesterday. He a little boy and had ,been',beset by a valley and northwestward is understood $5,000 will ba offered.' ; .
Las incarcerated for vengeance. i T' Iii G THe AVf AGE throughout the north Pacific states. The amount will be secured by individual
KEEP
on the same Identi- mob crying NilK AL tSnlL '
1K r.r
til i' dIstracted Y 1''i ORa. '- Temperature changes as a rule have ; subscriptions.
charge and case of which he was "I was not to bland. cried the ... __u rnz.f..N. IH Ari-'U"P.-RAARv- :Many of the delegates will join aa a
fed the ,... -- -- been slight.
and i it be poor J
found not guilty In the police father, "and may .
fort >r "The Florida disturbance will continue excursion to Hot Springs Ark., Saturc&y. -
.u Stirredby
In other words Jackson 'w'dlre fellow is egually blameless. The will in
with fresh north train stop over ,
; rain
to cause
fieSame been twice placed in jeopardy on the father's- words, the unharmed crowd turn to .".:': 'Y -. .-:: ',," : .;; "..: "':_ :;,.;-- '.,....-_. .. 7' east: winos over this vicinity through Little Rock where a banquet will ,}
j charge, when he has had a ed over the motorman aj I' HERE AND THERE." :. .: ; ---. Friday. be tendered the visitors.
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it; mXH ON N l LONG N Hood's Sarsaparilla CENTURY fl WEIK" RUIEWf 4----1 J ___
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: Has sales iurpassed and cures.all ether' medicines merit, '- r :

lIt success, treat as it has been. has apparently -

It received only more just begnn.testimonials In the last two OF f SOUTHERN T GERST BEERq
INSPECTION'
i 'rears than any previous two-over 40.000.<> Special to The Journal. ___ rr .'
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; It has the abiding confidence of the peoplethe Century, May -Miss Laura Cuy- fl '- '

strongest proof of its unequaled worth. ler and her sister. Mrs. Roetger,*spent -

It pnrMes,all humors tie blood and all cures eruption all .blood diseases two days in Mluscogee: last week the I It represents the finest possible

T UR It strengthens the stomach creates an guests'of the Mlases Patterson. Mr.1 INDUSTRIES

appetite and builds up the whole system.It George Taylor -"visited; Muscogee at 7 concentration of food products in
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cures that tired feeling and makes the carried I
the time. A special car
weak..strong.la'usual same I I the form' of a temperance.drink.
liquid. or in new tablet form. them out.

: : Trip Will Include All Ports in the -100'(Doses-r One Dollar.VICTORSAFES. Miss McCaskill and Mrs. sent' r- NewCorporatioisForinsilinDix'eDuring( .- I Recent researches* in* the"realm of food
lastare'ek:
fitt visited Century I

! Far:last-Rear Admiral Perry Mr. A? W., Ranney Is" out of town i the Week( chemistry and. physiologyhave resulted in
declaration chemical scientists
for a week: -.4, the by that

: Retires Tomorrow. Mrs. Laura: berry spent several' days Just Passed. .FL beer should be regarded as a liquid bread.

! last.week ''vistthig relatives_ and friends. t i\ The small amount of alcohol contained is declared

:' Special to Tho journal. This safe was awarded the in Brent and Pensacola. tory Chattanooga repeats itself Tenn., in:May 2i.-ms-r' L\\ just enough to insure digestion and assimilation,

Washington. May 24.-Surgeon Gen grand prize at the HM._J. B. Vaughan spent' several trial activities of the south, 1\ not enough to intoxicate.

eral Rixey of the navy has left Wash World's Fair, and al- days in ensacola.. She enjoyed her creased vigor as the days! pass by. I \ Gerst beer therefore, is a real food-drink, full of the
hough inexpensive, it is visit very much. It Is a "continual performance ot I ) nutrition refreslunent and tonic properties demanded to
n Ington. for a long inspection tour. He the best safe made. Carolina, is heavy investment along every line of A 'I restore the waste of the human system.
of North -
:Mr. ,
Roetger
t the Island yard, the
will visit Mare navy giUmate endeavor. Evidently
-'' the naval hospital at the same place We Keep Them in Stockand spending a few days here. He.was. outh was never so keen to improveits I Ill I Send in for your Gerst order beer for at the all home resorts., and.' call
illness of his little opportunities at the present -
and the naval training station Yer. called tome by the as I .
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foa Buena. Sailing from San Francisco can give you Just daughter, iF.ss Ruth, She is improving -time flood, and of wealth it would pouring seem that into the the t&a'i.. The Wm. Cerst Brewing Co.
what want or it wehaven't friends are .
you ;ilr. Roetger's
'. be. will go to Yokohama. From now. mines, forests and factories of this
"i the time he leaves Yokohama until his got..what you want glad to see him baok. $ section is _destined to grow into proportions l4,; Nashville, Tenn.V
we can order it for you T liL
arrival at Cavite, P. I. his itinerary isf and Rev. Mr. Bicknell was with us Sunday whch may surprise even -
: save you money. Dropus
of the
the most friends
' rot! known. Gen..Rixey expects to be a postal. when he conducted the Episcopal south. These sanguine general observations PETER BELL, Wholesale Dealer"WHATS
will also be'with L -
He
service here.
back in Washington by September 1. explain the situation as revealed by -.----
';- Surgeon General OTReilly of the Wm. Johnson & Son Inc. next Sunday. 'He is doing for good having work the d'aily verified reports which are
and all feel better
here
He showingthe : :
: army, has also left Washington. received by The Tradasman 1 ;
: him gO in and out among us. _
session established
t goes to Geneva to attend the I Incorporated. character of new industries
: of the Red Cross congress to be held Mr. Hauss Mr. Keeker. Master in the south and the amountof
"' Frank and Madam de Szlassy, Mr.
of Genleral involved. The record for
"there. -(O:>uring the absence capital
Rixey Medical Director William ###**#*#*# #*** ## *** Hecker's sister, arrived from Detroit the week ending to-day is presented -....-"' pf! ""* .} nD! B : .."""' ."" ......*n

I H DuBose will be in charge of the # last week. herewith. It will be seen that in &eviral iitf
PIANOS AND ORGANS. Franklin and daughter,.
Mrs. J. D.
instances the capitalization'
I :; Col.Bureau of Medicine Havard and will Surgery have charge and # CASH OR EASY TERMS. Miss Eula from Alco spent Saturday runs to" more than a million dollars I'i "

i Df General Valery O'Reilly's bureau. # All Piano Work Guaranteed. Xtt and Sunday with Mrs. Booth. II The diversity 9f new manufacturingand IN A NAME?
CLUTTER & RUSHING, # Master Robert Booth epentast development interests is also a
t Navy Notes. ft 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. week in Alco. 'He cut 'his foot and Is noteworthy feature of the week's
Through general orders of the navy PHONE 476. I .
S
now using crutches. 'The woud. is record. :

, f',r .that department Rear Admiral the announcement Thomas Perry is made will 26.:I f *#*.. .# $*#.* I healing. Milton nicely.Clopton spent Wednesday -I IJlr. Finchburg-$Alabama.200,000 'milling com A Piano's Good ,R putation to Be Sure '

.be placed on the retired list May B
here. pany.Gadsden
Ha in September was, commissioned last, and a for rear the admiral past The school children are all happy as I. -Steel works! $30,000 lanJ 'Kranich & Bach, Packard. Lester, Mehlin, Clutter. Great piano names.I' p
and
school closes on the 31st, and examinations company; $100,000 development 1 _J

i : ;year' 'has been and president retiring of board the, navalexamining this' MCKINNONVILLq I nigh are 'be nning. Vbcadon. is i land Sardis company.-Lumber company. I'' these. They carry ure conviction of artistib excellence, superiority in f JJ

2 'City.service.Admiral from Perry New York entered September the naval ,:' A church.falr will= be held in Floma-' Woodland Station-Loan and trust! construction and reliability in every detail of tone and finish. Anyone &


(' 1861.Pay.Inspector, Harry Sullivan, retired -: Special To The Journal. ton''Mr.two Lawrence days this Mayo week.finished a business company.Birmingham-
"sailed from New York today for McKinnonville May 24..Jfhe picnicat course in Montgomery last week. mill i
$50,000( hosiery ; one today.
L Buckeye Field May 19 was a decided He now holds a position with the Al-- I i R.
rk 'Norway for a stay of six months. $10,000 lumber company. 1 .,.
Rear Admiral Dlckins, president success. A crowd of about 250 ger-Sullivan Lumber Company. Arkansas. I ,.
people was present, the majority of Mr. Bradley was on the sick list
' the court of inquiry which investigatedthe Searcy-4100,000 folding case comi i "
whom had well-filled baskets. but glad to him out OldestadLargest 114-116 S. Palafox St. '
large Sunday we are see M
rounding of the Rhode Island in company. I Music House in Clutter Music House Phone KJ
: :Chesapeake bay early this month, has The train from Muscogee bearing a again. Harrison-$5,000( telephone com I Florida I PENSACOLA U
large part of the crowd, the baseball ;Mr. and \Mirs. Glover attended. the '
.adjourned the court and brought to company. GEO. W. C. CLUTTER, Tres. ,
Vt
: B. E. CLUTTER. Sec.
\\Washlngton the court's findings which team from Muscogee and Wyer'sbandfrom commencement exercises at the.semi-. iEatesvfineHJIOO.OOO lumber corn- ,.,
i i Is now'undergoing review by the Judge Pe'nsacola, passed through Mc nary/at Marian, Ala., last.week. Their company. !:i i: :n:!

; advocate general and will be submitted Kinnonville at 10 o'clock and after daughter. ', Miss Irene, graduated :with Little Rock-$40,000 cold storage
to-the secretary for action. stopping at the S. 8. L. & T. Co.'s honors. She! accompanied her parents plant; $100,000 'cbtton 'tnill. -
4 store for about'half an hour and taking home. (All are delighted to have her Florida.Jackson"lleUOOooO. mill.
More letters of commendation haveteen.sent HARVEST OF SEA.A in creels thbacks of lnl 1
.
another of and back. She is fresh flower and oil burner factory. THE on men
to officers of the naval service on supply baskets as as a gas Morganton-150,000 canning I
i- : ,,who participated in the relief human freight, it pulled out for the carries sunshine everywhere. : company; .$150,000 ,land company; North Wilkesboro Woodworking women:; to a point farther inL: L
'worlc? at San Francisco. Those to re picnic grounds, with the band play. Mr. Cleve Parker, of Dollve-spent $5,000 office supply. company. company; *. Peculiar Occupation Followed Off the where'it has to undergo a proiv i-f

.calve -them are: Capt. F. H. Holmes, Ing "Dixie," that good old soul-thrill. Sunday here. I Georgia.ColumbusGuano 'Sanford-Bash' and blind factory. Coast of Ireland. .I drying.
ingtune dear to all southern Mr. and Mrs.: A. N. Parker went ftshIng facUfry.Gainesville Asheville-110,000 automobile' com !
reUred; Lt Commander J. H. L. Hoicombe sp Along the northwest coast. of Ire The drying consists in espn.-in :t
I
-'Lumber company. I
4 Commander L. Toung. Lleut. hearts Jflonday.and caught J a'beautiful., -$5.0,000 planning mill. pany. land, on the borders of the Atlantic, .j i to the sun and wind, and the lvno
After partaking of a untiful din- string of fislL Cdvlngton Charlotte-$25,000 machine shop. I I
1 IE..HA Dood and Gunner L. C. Hall and I Macon-Cotton compress. mill. dwells a hardy race of men whose I to do this they have row rf '," '
ner and other refreshments, listening The lathe-mflli is 'now running anda Fayetteville-ICotton I
Col. and First Lieut W.
Lieut Komory
1 I.Tnckson$20Ooo electric light chief occupation, when not engaged :: stones laid about twenn! vai-';: i
E.: Smith of the Marine Corps. to good: music and .tripping the light large .lumb r. shed is.. almost ..com. Belhaven-'Planing mill.
[ plant an4'wteriworks; "" in consists in the I'I and few feet 'in'long b-J] .
Captain R. F. Nicholson of the Bureau fantastic crowd dispersed) In'1.heafternoon plete l. I () vehicle fac Shope-Veneer factory. fishing, length a ; :
1,' of Equipment who has been at: expressing themselves as 'Miss HattieiPrltchetif and 1tIIis4Nipe'ltwo ; Thomaston- faOOO: Lenoir-(520,000 harness factory. manufacture of kelp. I !\ he top of these they scatter '-
well pleased with the day's outing. of Bluff S I"lngs's'mo3t charming tory. Concord-115,000 ice factory.
F Lake Michigan establishing a compass tndian:Territory. This kelp is of great commercial the seaweed.
I' range for the benefit of the pilots The train passed back throu'gh here teachers spent Sunday here. 'iS uth McAlester-$500.000. mine. South Carolina. importance, as from it is obtained The drying takes months, so that;
enroute Muscogee at 3 o'clock, (Mr. Willie'Crary,from Bluff Springs I
on the great lakes, has returned to car.rying I 41,000,000 power plant Darlington-((120.000 rick works.
Muskogee nearly all our iodine, a body of vast spring is well advanced ereit i<
! to the bureau. cars full of happy people and was here Tuesday.Dr. Kenthcky.Hopk1ns1lleW'OOlen. :Blacksburg-$15,000 building and I
with the band playing "Good-bye Lit. Dey is recovering the use of his mill; $50,000 loan company. use in medicine. j ready for burning. This does ;: ;

tie Girl. Good-bye." arm. He is driving again. flouring mill.covington4100.000. Charleston-$10,000 cotton com I During the winter months the matter, however, as, owing to t.1:

Mr. Lee Waters spent Sunday and Mrs. Campbell' is visiting her parents distillery. pany.iKingstree. ;t. kelp burners set out in their frail'| fuel-the 'peat, or turf, got fro"-

i; Grandfather's Cure for Monday in Muscogee. Mr. and Mrs. Sellers, of Ft. De. Lexington-$100,600 ice factory. -' 10,000 warehouse com I little '"curraghs" (small canoe-like ',: the bogs at hand-not being yet r.:
IMr. and Mrs. :Allan Powell spent posit, Ala. Louis\ille-($200.000 building company '
pany. I boats about twelve feet long, made j and dried (or 'win/ as it is tenr-:
Constipation Sunday in Enon. The strawberry season is almost ; $100,000 refrigerating company Florence-$25,000 building and loan
of canvas), and, proceeding along ed), it is summer before the burning -
huckleberries
Messrs.
Henry and Tommy Chalker over and are now on the ; $20, OO trunk factory. company.
spent Monday with :Mr. A. D. MoKln-market Ashland-Oil company. Greenville-$25,000 land company. the coast, :fill the boats with sea- in the kilns can commence.
, ; ,REAT medicine,-the Sawbuck. Mrs. Cramell' spent the week with L Tennessee. weed, from which the kelp is made. II The kiln is a deep trenrh d1g!; : ;in:

1 6 Twohoursadayawingwood non.Services Friday night by Rev. J. 0. Mrs. Millen, of Repton, Ala. Shreveport-440,000 lumber corn- Union City-48,000 grist mill In this they are assisted by the women the ground. Alternate layers of t1"?

win keep anyone's Bowels Lawrence.Mr company. Lynnville-Clothing factory. who, bareheaded and shoeless, I and seaweed are laid in this d;! full:

regular. C. M. Larkln spent a few days Do Not be Imposed Upon. Gulfport- $30,000 Mississippi.building and! loan !Bristol-Land company. take their turn regularly at the oars !. and the whole is kept burn:,' ?fl>:

1 No need of pills, Cathartics Castor Oil, of last week in Millview.LAUREL Foley & Co., Chicago, originated I company; creosoting company; $14- Memphis 516,000 land company. and are almost as expert at it as the about three weeks, until it cak.-s t--

nor"Physic," you'll only,work the Saw- Honey and Tar as a throat and lung I COO grain elevator; naval stores Nashville-$100,000 road building! II' gether in a large black mass T-* : .
remedy, and'on account of the great company. men.After I
I: buck regularly. I a storm: is the time selected! 'oling coke but much sf-l.ii: .
I plant..doorliead42G,0OO Plains ''Mfines. morn
a merit and popularity,ot oley's Honey manufacturing Tellico -
-' Exercise is Nature's Cure for Constipation I F HILL I and Tar, many imitations are offered. company.: Monterey-1)10,000 planing mill. I for obtaining the seaweed, as by 1 and heavier. This is the kelp.

and-a Ten-Mile walk will do, if for the genuine. These worthless imitations Yazoo City-$10,000 development Noeton- Cannin'g factory. I the force of the waves it has been I It is then broken into 1 Mov', :';
YOI1I1ann't have similar sounding names. company. Texas. i torn from its bed and is cast in I II about fourteen inches square ar.:

. got a wood-pile. Special -To The Journal. Beware of them. The genuine Foley'sHoney I \Aektrman-4E1eCtrtC light plant; B3aumont- ,$150,000 building and! along the shore in large quantities. brought by boat to the villaj-: .
:: But, if you will take your Exercise in an Laurel Hill, May 24.-JA quiet mar and Tar is in a yellow pack I ice factory.qroenv1lie$0O0. loan company. I
When the boats laden the'seaweed where >
r. Easy Chair,there's only one way to do that, riage took place In Laurel ""Hill Sunday age. Ask for it and refuse any sub I manufacturing Haskell-<$20,000 light, ice and water are it is sold, to be shipped
because,-there's only one kind of Artificial night. The contracting parties were stitute. It is the best remedy for company. company., : is brought ig a small creek and! more profitable markets LondonStandard. :!

r- Exercise for the Bowels and its C. C. Nelson and Miss M. M. Lewis, coughs' and colds. For sale by W. A.:. Missouri. DeKalb-$20,000 development! company there placed in heaps out of 'reach i igt ..
I',r' name is both of Ponds, Ala. Rev. W. F. Martin D'Alemberte. St Louis-425JUOO machine company s t the tide. Fjroni: this it. is carried
'CASCARETS. performed the ceremony. ; $20,000 mine; $10,000 real estate Dallas-UOOOO land company. I J
Ca.scarets are the only means to exercise Captain Eric 'Von Axelson was visit GENUINE IMPORTED: PANAMA and development! company; $li-) Austin-#30,000 lumber company. -
'the Bowel Muscles without work. ing in Pensacola yesterday.J. HATS AT THE M. & 0. CLOTHING6TOR'E 000 investment company; $5,000 HUchcock- $5,000 loan company. ,

: M. Martin who is assisting the $3.50, WORTH $5.00. feather manufacturing company; Nacogdoches-$4,000 lumber com

I ,They don't Purge, Gripe, nor "upset railroad a'gent in Florala, was at home $50.000 supply company; $50,000 investment pany.
Tuesday night company; $5,000 milling Hubbard-$25,000 light and ice com
Stomach, because don't
they act like Over
fOur" Those who attended the all day MMFSMellen&Goii.............++++. company. pany. Half a Million
.' .Physics.: singing at Williams chapel Sunday last ,Joplin Mice. Waco-$25,000 packing plant
t: They don't flush out your Bowels and were B. .F. Tucker, Dan Moore and Cape Girardeau-$100,000 basket Dublin Collar factory. .

i Intestines with a costly waste of Digestive wife md:J. W. Chestnut. I factory. (Houston-Bag factory; $10,000 oil SATISFIED CUSTOMERS

i Juice; as Salts, Castor Oil, Calomel, Jalap .Crops. in this section are in fine con Oklahoma. loan company.
t pr Aperient Waters always do. dltlon. Cushlng- <$6OOO building and IDavilla-$10,000 oil company. Do you think such an enormous business could be bunt up ar i

, 'No Cascarets strengthen and stimulate We are glad to note that Grandma : Handle Nothing i company. McKinney-$30,000 elevator com continually increased, if our goods did not have exceptional value and wert}
Givens is able to.be up again, after Oklahoma City $50000 development pany. Do yori: think we could hold the trade of half a million people, i if t jr
t. the Bowel Muscles, that line the Food several days Jllness. i But. ti Company; $50,000 oil and gas T.hompsons-120OOO oil company. reputation for doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established?

passages .and that tighten up when food ;I lMiss! hell fWillismsonc'osed her company; $50,000 supply company; Terrell-$10,000 hardware company. Do you think U. S. Senators, Foreign Ambassadors, Bankers, BiKne:

I touches: :them, thus driving the food to its school this, yeekpreparatory to attending i THE VERY BESTS $3,000,000 mine. Eagle Lake-$5,000 syrup company. and Professional men in every section of this country would keep on u=iDg
the institute at Ponca City-45,000 oil and gas com HAYNER WHISKEY'if it wasn't all right? ,
teachers I
San Antonio-425,000 land and in-
i finish.A Gainesville.-. pany. Do you think doctors would recommend it and hospitals use it, if Itwasn't
f"t' Casciret acts on your Bowel Muscles Ola' I of i Guthrle-$25,000 investment com vestment company. absolutely pure and unadulterated?
Miss Hinote Dorcas\ who has Morrill-$10,000 lumber'
If had sawed cord of company. Just think these things over and then send trial order
! is you Just a wood or here sister Allen pany. carefully' us a
been :v1siing, Mrs. I /Fort Wortti$5,00G'cotton( gin com Your back if
Everything money are not satisfied.
you
talked ten miles. broom factory.
] Lawton-$5,000
,Fountain,' returned tome this week. pany. .
j That's why Cascarets are safe to take Mrs. Sallie Whittlngton! of Floral, I Anadarko-410,000 cotton gin. Virginia. United States Senate,Washington D C. ,

J I :, continuously In health or out of health. visited friends in Laurel Hill Sunday -.. :. Mountain iPark-45,000 telephone Norfolk-:$30,000 development company "I have found Rtyner Whiskey exceptionally fine for table and medicinal purp5..'

Because move the Food Mrs.' M.. P, King, of DeFuniak, is system. ; $15,000 land company; power WI,,.A! Stewart .
i '. they Naturally spending 'this week with her father, 2 Clean, heavy clipped White Coyle-$5.000 telephone system. U.8. Senator from Ne'aa3.HAYNER
1
digesting it without waste of tomorrow's: Oats. company.. .
i Hon. J. F. Rchbourg.! : i 'North Carolina. ,
West Virginia.
f No. 2 White Corn, pure Bran
'Gastric'Juice. .
j Roanoke Rapids-$150,000 paper
Lilla
IMlss Givens entertained a and. Shorts Logan-$100,000 mining company
:
party of friends a few evenings ago. Chick Feed, consisting of 20 Martinsbufg--$100,000 quarry. WHISKEY
j 'thin, flat, Ten-Cent Box Is made +
The ...
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Games and music were the leadin'gfeatures articles for the rapid and 'West Union '$50OOO glass factory.
, ":. lo fitjour Vest pocket, or "My Lady's" of the- entertainment X .healthy growth of ,the, newly I CHANGING SENTIMENT.. Fayetteville -$25,000 mines.
Purse.: -Druggists-10 Cents a Box. J(Blake, Danson, of Andalusia-, spen hatched. -- WillamstonT-$60,000 packet company .

Carry it constantly with you and take a a few days in' Laurel_ Hill ,thi!week, I :Wheat .and Mixed Feed for Oliver GOId.smith's"Deserted" Vil -. FULL EXPRESS ii
the guest of h' !! and parents. A_ the hen. XJ lage. Oameron-ITIO,000 telephone com 4 $3..20
Cascaret whenever suspect need '
you you Gol( smith In.the' "Deserted \11lage" -
:J Condition Powders for horse, pany.
where QUARTS
spoke of certain chapel
a
... Pork. 2 5Conkey's brick and Iand PREPAID r
one.Be careful to r' ror cow and poultry. thoso who "went to scoff remainedto .Cfcarfestpn1. $50,000 ,.
get the genuine
very
Pork, including ham and bacon, i Celebrated Poultry < > pray." So in life one often laughsat company. "
:i made only! by the Sterling Remedy Company is easily our second most valuable Remedies, roupe, cure, cholera what he does not understand and Huntingdon-$50,000 mUllng ,com OUR OFFER ,We will send you in a plaiD! sealed case with 110
and never sold bulk. Every tablet cure, gape cure-and lice killer ; marks to show contents FOUR FULL QUART
o
o pany.
his
!! : meat food and has laid the literal later, when he does understand, BOTTLES QP HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK
RYE FOR ,
> J120 and we
If live
In
you town telephone Berkley Springs-475,000 manufacturing
r stamped.- "CCC. foundation. of our western, civiliza- laugh turns to praise. There were : will pay the express charges. Take It home and sample It.have your doctor -
T \
t: o us. merit of New company. test It- bottle if wish. Then if .
ftii some who doubted the : every you you don't find it just as we say '
tion.. What :would an army, an exploring < > If in neighboring towns write* tiro's "Herpicide," the scalp germicide and perfectly satisfactory ship It back to us AT OUR EXPENSE and JOur >'

r FREE TO OUR READERS party, 'a railroad gang, a *. taus. and hair-dressing; but since The Gosalpi.'But Cl don't.9(1 via risk be a cent promptly refunded How could any offer be fairer. ? YocOrderforAra.Cal.CpLHabp.Mont.Nev..N.Hex..Ore..Utah.Wash. ,):
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'lumber or harvest field be they have tried it, they are now '
If Jus been arranged to mail free a camp a : really" said Miss .
a t1f little French-designed GOLD- without bacon? :Most of the among its best friends and strongest Goodley 5 ;
re- or ,must be;) on basis of- Quarts for S4.0O by Express Pre13 .
, .. .PULTSD trinket hard-enameled in I jtricted endorsers. Herp'.cide kills! the germ serenely, "you shouldn't say these paid or 80 Quarts for*15.: O,Freight. -= X
I IDost pretty liberal colors,offer a haadsome ever made ornament, and wo patients"hygienic"put themselves diets on whichour I F. S. MELLEN' & CO. | that eats the hair off at the .roots, things about Miss Galley. It's Write our nearest office and do it NOW. -
want every reader to have one. Tea are ant' the hair then grows again. As a enough to think they're so, but as'to ,..
_" tents in stamps asked as a measure chiefly notable for the fact that i hair dressing it is incomparable, try 1
Phone 334.Pensacola i them""Oh THE HAYNER DISTILLING
Of good faith and to cover cost o/ Cas- saying COMPANY .t.s4;
carets with which ttiis dainty box.is they'.are deficient_ in, proper food It. For sale by W A. D'Alemberte Miss .. .. ;:
loaded value ana whoever lives them I Fla. druggist and apothecary. 121 South: replied Gaussip, "I Atlanta,'fla. Dayton' ti. St;'LooU -
on : Mo SL PsuLHInn
Send today, bo sore to mention this don't think
Palafox street or send lOc in stamps really they're so. I only
taper and write your address plainly will be" dyspeptic just as long he m DlSTIUIBT,TXOT, 0.
I as E&TA2USHXD I 6S.
; 1. Address Sterling Remedy Company, for sample, to The Herpiclde! Co., say they are.Philadelphia Press.
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I THE PEN SAC 0 to A JOURNAL. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 25 .::
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SEYERAL f L i Repainting.Faint A.--- ___ ------- .--=- I 1:1"1 f i 11':\ :; 5
SUITS 5 I ENTW MIGHT -
protection has no B T .4. i<;'' ..,r I'1 i .T.


against the elements '> I PerfectSleep iIi,4I! i .,.I,., 'f f; i I

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FILED INCOURT and climatic changes,- f YET[ T BEFOUNb I N i4Yt; ,'C1..I! J .1, ,i

work hard and fast upon it. The : ; i

lest paint will eventually wear down ,,- -.'. e" '. ".7i7 91uI._. > <. .Ii
U I '4 -'' ;
1-. -y-' ,
C T and the surface will have to'be re -', T '' .- 1 \ I

painted. But when Pure White Lead 4 I \ .I :

I,,_ and Pure Li seed Oil are used the I

surface is left smooth and free, all .t,, ,}. ...

ready for the painter to begin his j. ..;
'Sudden >
litigation Has "
Circulation
Openingin work. Young Newspaper :
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Office of the Circuit If; on the other hand, a hard,... Manager Said to Have Been ,. n

lifeless, inelastic paint (such as zinc '!
Court Clerk. and barytes) has been Seen 'in Indiana. ,t.

used it cracks and T'i ., t :
peels ,
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C is for off If k { of
Clothing.There wears unevenly; ,5 it
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Affairs in a legal way around the leaving, a scaly FORMER EMPLOYERS. AND : ,.,} <,
county temple of Justice livened up surface necessitat- ,, .1
is reason this season >esterday when a number of cases ing the expensive'.and dangerous' OTHERS ARE HOT AFTER MAN ItjLJ- ';:;/"}i
better clothes
for wearing -because .
were filed in the circuit court
they are better. Better process of burning ofTbefore satisfactory WHO SUDDENLY WENT "FISH- :
'
Judge .
Beggs and juries in the criminal
Who Are
made, better cut, better mater.lal court heard several cases and repainting can be done. ING"' AND NEVER RETURNED gWomen> l;
and every step of the way disposed of the same. To paint with cheap paint is to -I .

guided Aspect by workman.We brains, .experienceand Suits Flied. ; repaint at high cost,'and 100 soon. OTHERS ,FINANCIAL SUFFERERSTHAN I FemaleIllsSleepSoimdly' ". '

The following suits were filed in Those who useRED NEWSPAPERS EMPLOY. I ':
are receiving new goods the circuit court yesterday: SEALPure ;

daily, our business has grownto J. D.: (Bannerman vs W. A. Armis- Whit Lead ING HIM.It Points l'

where we are compelled to tPad. Lizzie Amistead and'! Benjamin (Mutely the Old Dutch Procea)

get fresh goods all the time. (P.foreclosure Stewart;;ot petition an alleged asking.mortgage.for the repaint seldom and at lowest: cost to theCause How many women are troubled with Insomnia! Howfew : 1
is believed that by those
Come see our new stock of Winter. Loeb & Company 'vs. \ Send for I twoklit eatalaisf Mrmllhindtent npif.iicttou to know that within in a position alas, habitually sleep the night through and J! : .
Coats and Pants to $25. C. H. Holley, assumpist suit for 01 Ktul.0_. ofluinf valCMc..im.r.Woi. a short time rise refreshed. i
tot a talet icluB la puattafear tou A Mt ft :
$750 for something definite concerning J. P. }
:: alleged damages. palaSur u MM lino.NATIONAL .
I Lucinda Lightfoot vs. Allen Light- LEAD COMPANY Benton will be known. It will be remembered If you can't sleep It Is because your nerves will not i '

foot, "divorce. Clark Avenue and lOtb Street. St.LouIs\ Mo. that Benton, who was circulation let your body rest. Women's nervous troubles J 4 :'
,: H. O. Anson vs.George. C.. Green,
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TAllMRD1.1TH1EE11 damages,,'$200. :t., Ir manager in this city for a come from female diseases. Their delicate organism .,

,Pensacola demerit Stone Company Montgomery newspaper mysteriously: is a network of intricate nerves. No woman can suffer from :
vs. Joseph :Arbona; assumpist damages disappeared and until! a day or two
for$500. female Irregularities without eventually ruining her nervous system. '
: ((1:3.FOR nothing had been heard of him.
H. Baara &.Company vs. W..H. Hel. ago Get rid of female disease and the perfect sleep of childhood will return.
has been
ton; assumpist damages for $7,000. Evidence secured which
leads those in authority with the news
Criminal Court. '
Judge! tBeggs with juries disposed oft' SALES BY ALL DEALERS paper with which Benton was cou- Iy&aE.Pinkhain'syegetable Compound ;

Have Your Clothes the following 'business, yesterday i in nected, to 'believe that he has been in

the criminal court: a prominent Indiana city recently. No
John O"Bay, assault' WIth intent to surprise should be created if at any cures all female troubles and restores nerve equilibrium and brings '

Cleaned andPressed murder; guilty. BLUFF sound restful healthful natural sleep. Thus does this wonderful F
Jo& Rogers, doing business' without I SPRINGS I time the report is made' and substan. ,

a license; guilty with suspension or tiated that he has been located. 'Remedy operate to bring health to suffering women.

sentence. For a time after Benton's disappear

Dillie Dugan selling whiskey with ance it was thought by some that he Wakefulness and Nervousness CuredDear
cut a license; guilty.
Tom Wilson, breaking and enter- Special to 'The Journal. had been drowned in the bay. Mrs. Puikham:-Last spring, I lost my appetite. had headaches, and bearing

t the Pensacola Dying, Cleantg ing assessed.; guilty, and fine of $150 and costs 'Rev., J. 0. Lawrence of Pine Bar..1 If all the reports concerning Benton I down pains nervous.with cramps so that I was in perfect misery.. I became wakeful and extremely '

and Pressing Club Pan ren filled his regular appointment here are true, the young man who went I decided totry Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. and am pleased to stateS
Municipal Court "fishing"\ is far from 'a watery grave. that I derived immediate benefit and soon enjoyed permanent relief.
ama hats cleaned and blocked Ten of the members of the "sinful" Sunday at the Methodist church at: In fact after examination Within eight weeks I was restored to normal health and felt refreshed and .' -
of
an his
world faced Judge Laney in the police 3:30 o'clock p. m. and Presiding Eld Strengthened as though I had enjoyed a lengthy vacation. j
court yesterday morning and er Glenn, of Pensacola preached that books and accounts, little credencewas i Since that time I have recommended your Compound to a number of my lady -
were found guilty of 'misdemaano, night. placed in the fishing and drowning friends suffering with female irregularities and those who have used it report great

Reese & Mendel offenses. A total of $49.50 and costs! Dr. Abenethy: of Flomaton, was in theory advanced by some. Those "< benefit 965 from College its use.Ave., Appleton, Wls. MRS. E. E. VAN DIHTER. '
were assessed in the way of fines. !
town last Thursday profession-
I our associated with him in business who Vice-President Social Economic Club.

.1 ally.Miss ascertained: the condition of his ac
11 N. PALAFOX Kate Taylor, of Foshee, Ala., Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has cured more womenof
stated openly and without
counts reservation -
down
I GLENDALESpecial f came few weeks Sunday with her evening sster:: Mrs.to spenda Will that in their opinion Benton female diseases than any other medicine in the world. Mrs.

COTTRELL, Douglas.Mr. had, to use a slang expression "blow- Pinkham, daughter-in-law of'Lydia E. Pinkham advises sick women free.

FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. : Joe McCaskill and little son, of ed" the city. ;, She will write you a personal letter if you tell her about your case.
Pine Barren, spent Sunday with rela- I
Pensacola. Fla. It 13 known those who suffered
.that Address Mrs. Pinkham Mass.
To The Journal. tives at "Nora.'t Lynn,
Miss lima Davis is home after financially, through Benton's actions
agaIn .
DIAMONDSSomething Glendale Fla., May 2!.-Mr. T.
a pleasant visit in Pensacola. are hot after him. :and if appre-
I E Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound Cures Where Others Fan -
Neat and Newln Them J. Williams of Natural Bridge, : Lydia ,
!Mr. W. S. Neal of Brewton Ada.,
hended tine young man.will be brought .
has been on East Bay for the
W. A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Palafox! St. was shaking hands with old friends
last five weeks shearing sheep. He back to Pensacola to'face a criminal .
-I.J--i
here last Friday.Mr. -- .
passed through here on his way home charge if in the mean time the suffer -
TURTON & BELL. I Saturday.Mr. Darner Corley spent Sunday here .
with Mr. and Mrs., Davis.r. ers do not relent. --
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. I I
S. L. Williams passed through
I ] Terry Douglas has return From what can be.l .arn9d the newspapers za Bnsby. She was accompanied by
Kodak Supplies. Finishing! lor Amateurs. here Saturday from Wefapo en routeto : :, I
from a short visit in Mobile I 11 her daughter !<&! .
with which
Natural Benton was con-
Bridge. Messrs. Cam Douglas atid WilLPil NO. CHUMUCKLA I Ii I Mrs. James Snowden has been con
R. K. WHITE, I Ialchmaker .Mr. S. S. Kirkland. a prominent lingim are in Pensacola. nected and his bondsmen were not I BEULAH I fined to her bed by a :severe attackof

,Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate farmer from the Bell place was on Bliss Clennie McDavid .has returned the only sufferers by ills queer and i neuralgia. She is some better

Optician,30 S. Paialox Street Pemacola. Fla. I I streets a few days ago. from Chum ckla., .where. she visited strange disappearance !'A well known now although still very weak and far
Bliss
Bessie Brown has returned to Special to The Journal. from 'Well.
relatives.: furniture merchant Is cut a valuable
her home at Laurel Hill. Her many North' Chumuckla Ulay 24.Thesad Mr. Mack Snowden made a flying
Misses Essie Nipe and Harriet article which he let Benton have
Tersely Told friends will be gad: to have. her, come. Pritchett went to, Century Sunday: to I Transactions in .w1 c1ttheo.ung. man, intelligence has just reached Special i l To The Journal.: trip to Quintette with his horseless
again. OL! '
$, of
''I hear Rev. Bicknell, of Pensacola is said to have -figured are found dailyGrapeNuts here of the death;of Capt. W. H. Me- Beulah, May 24.-The weather carriage. The trip consumed part
iMr. W. F. Gussett was on our streets- preach.Mr. seems to ba trying to fulfill!! the two weeks but he reports avery nice
a few days ago. '! David, who passed away at his honu weather man's predictions for the time and thinks it a very good country
W. A. McLeod, a prominent citizenof Mr. D. W. Shula was a recent visl from Graoeville GUy; Davis, Ha has returned home in Mobile Ala., of Bright's diseaseon last few days as we have had all to run a rig of that kind in.

Milton, was in the city yesterday.D. tor here. May 17th. Capt. McDavid was kindlj of weather in twentyfourhours. The Star Turpentine Company is
:Mr. J. W. Henderson has 'gone to Mr. Boyer is now manager of the well known in Pensacola, having been i doing a good deal of building and has
M. McDavid, of Chumuckla was Bluff Springs Gravel Co. about all of the in this vicinity
Houston. Texas, to visit relatives. ;Miss Louise Lister has gone 'to men
to office of marshal
In the city Thursday.Phil I i A large crowd from! DeFuniak was Rev. J. T. Fillingim has gone to Pine No tire'dBrains elected the city Jennings for a few weeks visit with| who can drive a nail employed! at
Barren where he will Join two couplesIn there a few years ago, which office relatives and friends. good wages.
Levy, a well known young man out to the Gum Creek church last
of Birmingham is in the city on bus Sunday for preaching.Mr. the holy bonds of matrimony.Mr. he filled most faithfully' and success 'Miss Anna Belle Penton is enjoy: I Our Sabbath school is still in ex
iness. D. E. "Murphy I building a large Chas. Gentry, of Escambia. hasa fully. He leaves a wife three sons ing a visit with relatives and friendsin istence owing to the persistent ef.
business house which will be divided position with Mr. G. R. Stanton when and: one daughter, :Mrs. Clarke of' Baldwin county, Ala. forts of our worthy superintendent
C. K. C. Ausley, of Slocomb, Ga., into three drug store, postoffice again. 'Mr.: (John Wilson has just returned and his excellent wife who are al-
a member of the firm of Ausley & and mercantile parts establishment Mrs. Laura Haine and children of Jacksonville to mourn his loss. May from. Alabama! accompanied by his ways in attendance and are doing all

Co., is in the city and. will remain :Mr. I. E. Goodwin, Jr., was in towna Pensacola, visited her siter, Mis the Supreme Ruler help the bereaved wife, who has been the guest of her they can to keep up interest in the
for several days. few days on business.There's Rhett Stanton l last week. I I wife and children to bear up in this daughter :Mrs. John Resmondo, of work. The excuse: of some of the
ago food is used. Lillian, for the last two weeks. Mrs. is that have to work all
Miss Lizzie Rauch and Miss Mamle Mrs. M. W. Brockway contemplates their sad hour of trouble. The entire parents they
Berry, left yesterday for Brewton spending! the month of June in Chicago. PACT I J community extends to the bereaved Wilson is some better at present, her the week and do not feel like get
I \islt having done her a great deal of ting the children ready or going with
A'a., where they will visit Miss Cora ------ 'family their most profound heart.feit
Harold. Ofr. and Mrs.: J. W. Senterfitt have (Bread dyapepsa; is common. It ad- gccd. them but some day they may wake
sympathy.Mr. Rev. Netherlands and wife were up to the fact that Satan works seven
The lawn party which was to have returned to their home in Pensacola fects the bowels because white breadIs J. W. 'Davis. Sr., 'who has been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Busby oays in the week and always has
been given this afternoon for the children Always Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Brewton with nearly all starch,. and starch is di- spending a few days with his sister, cne day last week. plenty of time to devote to the young
by the Ladies' Aid Society of.the their two children Miss Nellie and gested in) the intestines not in the Mrs. H. C. McDavid, in North Mrs. John B. Hirst spent part of (or for the old either for that mat
Presbyterian, church was postponeduntil 'Master Albert spent Sunday with stomach proper. : Chumuckla has returned to his homeat last Sunday with her sister Mrs. Eli ter).
friends near Wardville.Mr. under the shell of the wheat Merrill Miss. ,
Up
next Friday afternoon. on. accountof Place for .
a. J
and Mrs. W. E. Clements
the weather.A ... and berry Nature has provided a curious The relatives and friends of Mrs.
I little daughter Bessie: Lee, left last: deposit which is turned into diastase Joe Miller, will be pained to learn
series of meetings will begIn at Friday for their old home in Jackeson, when it is subjected to the saliva and that she is ill at her home in Chu-
the West :Hill Baptist church on Monday Serge Suit Ala., much to the regret of their many: to the pancreatic juices in tha human muckla. We hope she will pull fi
night.! May 28. The pastor Rev. rina friends. Mr. Clements was managerof intestines. through all right and soon be restored -
J. W. Senterfttt will be assisted by ., the Bluff Springs Gravel Co. for to health. -
Rev. E. L. Andrews, of Coyington.Ky. some months and> was respected and i This dastase: is absolutely necessary Rev. Dr. Abbott filled his regular
liked by all. Mrs. Clements to digest starch and turn it into grape- appointment at Damascus, church last
Beginning Sunday May 27. and, continuing / was a r Old
: sugar, which is the next form but
; .
with congregation.
during the summer months. 'T.Man's favorite with all her friends here.1Miss I Sunday a
trasses: will be said at St. Michael's ; Mary Lee McT>avid is suffering that part of the wheat berry makes Mr. Joel A. McDavid' of McDavid,
dark flour, and the modern miller
church at 6:80: and 9:30: a; m., the 9 with a very sore foot. I was over Sunday to attend services.
o clock mass being discontinued. air. W. R. Stilley is home again af-I cannot readily sell dark flour, so nature's We are glad to say that the old gen-

Baptisms at 2 p. m.; Vespers, Rosary ter a stay of several months in P.n. [ valuaVe, digester is thrown handlelthe tleman Is looking fine and we are always
aDd Benediction at 5 p. m. sacdla. 'and the human system must pleased to see him on our side
Summer starch as best it can, without the cf the river. He is an old residentof Quaker
fine bream
Many are being
caughtn
help that Nature intended. this neighborhood having lived
Ask for Blue R'bbon Lemon or Vanilla the Escambia river just now, and here sevent '-seven years. ,
Small wonder that
Extract and say it plain. The 'huckleberry pickin' is all the so.; appendicitis Dr. Deadon, of Florida Town, wasa
klr.d that gives desserts the famous Wardrobe.Just But one pays dear for tho berries as peritopitis, constipation, and all sortsof visitor to Chumuckla last SundayMr. \ \
"Blue red bugs are too numerous. trouble exist when we go so con-
Ribbon Flavor. Deadon is a North Carolinian and
trary to Nature's law. The food experts Rye
to look at the country.Mr. .
is here
that perfected' Grape-Nuts Food, ,
BOARD OF HEALTH Curtis Jernigan was in our
GENUINE IMPORTED PANAMA knowing these facts, made in their I
the 'proper amount of WILL MEET AT NOON use neighborhood last Saturday on a busi-
HVTS AT THE M. & 0. CLOTHING of the entire r
experiments wheat and
dressiness it not
to. to be entirely We congratulate Mr t
STORE $3.50, WORTH $5.00. negligee-and it's .as cool as I Mayor Bliss yesterday issued a call barley, including all the parts and Jernigan ress trip.on his nomination for coun- I is the utmost good in whiskey. A '

any suit one can wear. : for a special meeting- the Board of subjected them to moisture and long ty commissioner.Mr. ?AL II .,..
Our Suits ares made of .serge' r Health to .take place to-day at noon. continued warmth, which' allows time and Mrs. Walter D. McDavirf
Because Rag. Modern and'Antique. selected with a' care and knowl- The meeting is for the purpose of and the proper conditions! for developing -McDavid, were pleasant visitors to Millions spent to. prepare

many antiques are: admirable edge that guarantees its quality.. I electing an inspector and transactingany the diastase, outside of the human Chumuckla last Sunday. .. _
is no reason for denying the meritof Tae.ability of the tailors who and all routine business that bOdY, 3Ir J. W. 'Davis, Jr., and family or a perfect product-years
modern rugs. There, are more rugs make our Clothing shows at its: might come up for consideration. I In this way the starchy part Is Meridian, Miss., who have beea

of high quality being woven today best in these plain, dark fabrics, transformed into grap -sugar in a,per- spending a couple of weeks with Mr. taken it.Don't
than ever before, and this is due principally and there's ..oceans" summer.. Stop Grumblingif fectly natural manner. without the Davis's uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. [ D to ripen .

to the fact that there is a better comfort in them. t you suffer from Rheumatism or use of chemical or any outside ingre- H. C. McDavid, 'of Chumuckla.have.
market for them than ever before. The pains, for Ballard's Snow Linimentwill dients, The little! sparkling: crystalj returned to their home. Mr. Davis let the dealer give
Called States alone imports 4,000,000 bring quick relief. It is a- sure I of grape-sugar can bs seen on the made a flying trip to Montgomery,

worth a year, ,about two and a halt cure for Sprains Rheumatism, Con pieces of Grape-Nuts. This food there- Ali and also to Pine Barren, Pensa- "
millions! before,the duty is paid. No tracted Muscles and all pains-and fore is naturally pre-digested and its cola'and Escambia while here. Har you just "whiskey.
little six year old son carried -
Wonder that tLfc shah of Persia nurses Itt within the reach of all. Price 25c, use in place of bread will quickly correct vey his twenty-five pound "Florida Phone 16, Lewis Bear & Co.,

rn$.weaving Industry tenderly, beI I 50c $1.00. C. R. Smith, Ten h&i Tex the' troubles; that have been Chicken"a back to Meridian with him I S 404-408 Palafax St. and 2-10 Main St.,
It 'Tlns.orders and honorable rewards 0. ANSON.CASH writes: "I have used Ballard's Snow brought'about by the too free use of I said he was going to open up aside Pensacola Fla. -
antf
or. successful rug merchants and in- El. Liniment In my family for year and starch in the food and that Is very show there." -
have found it'a fine remedy for all common in the human race today. .
Wt1Ug( ( the most severe penalties for Miss Clemmie McDavid, of Blurf -::
pains and aches. I The effect of eating Grape-Nuts .: 2-
th> use cf aniline dyes or anything cal- recommend it ten Springs was visiting her little sister :;
tu.a ted to bring Persian rugs into dis- CLOTHIER, for pains in the chest." Sold by all days or,two weeks and the"discontinuance Nina, at Mr. H. C. 'McDavid's last
druggists. of ordinary white bread is very ,
-
week. -
rernte Life In America. --
-Countr1., marked. The user will gain rapidly: Mrs. John Clarke and ,children -
GENUINE IMPORTED PANAMA: Corner Filafci nd Halo GENUINE IMPORTED PANAMA in strength and physical and mental!, Pensacola are visiting Mrs. Coronet Old Tom and Dry Gin
1'i"TS" AT THEi M. &. 0. CLOTHING HATS AT THE, M. & 0. CLOTHING ..I health. parents Mr. and Mrs. Jos Miller ofl ?

STORE: $3.50'ORTH $5.00. STORE, $3.50, VYOBTw $5.00. "Th re'e a. reason," 1 I town. --- .. 4 '
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? PAGE FOUR 't' THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. :,_ FRLGA.Y MORNING, MAY, 25, 1906 .

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H WASHINGTON .............. .........+...;.;"" "" : Legal- JdYCiiisemenT'REASU'RY


ffe itbt: # .ola Jonfn\t1 .%$. CLIPPINGS FROM # '. ..

#* JUNE' MAGAZINES.' *$ A, census ISpecial made Correspondence.,Jby the \' Ii t TOaDAOoRELMASaSi 'IIf 'I'Ii the Supervising DEPARTMENT Architect, ,Wa Office.hil,:

!I ton D. C. May 9
1906,
; -
:: ru u jwnflJuU1AnJMJ1J1J1 rUL WUIUW JfflfWLfULWJ U J UV -t WUU A f JH->> commission 'shows that : *, ; 8.LF;
t PROPOSALS will be
Quaint !La Paz. government clerks here are : office until 3 o'clock: P.received M, at.thb
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY.
Many interesting features arrest years of age or o\)er. Of this { : ; I, day of June 1S06, and then on :h. !1h

; PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY the attention of ,the traveler at Let 189 hold their positions on If REFRIGERATOR : for plumbing and sewerage at uO\'Ilt-gan'"

:IFaz, which is eo far from the beaten their. war records, i Rosa Quarantine Station
path that it Is little changed by for t, Pen.ao'a
Florida in
t..BY... accordance
The : with ,
: _work' done by these I Taw
contact. A limited number of [
eign
We sell the genuin3 odorless.<< It is healthful, thoroughly and specification, copes of whi-'
only
graded as follows ; ; 'l
electric, lights and telephones are the : Ilk:
THEusJu.uwr.w JOURNAL COMPANY santary: the air circulation being such that the : be had at this! office or at the .uffiPe,
only up-to-date improvements. No good 682 229 fair, it
; average ; and butter and milk will not .: the Custodian of the Station.
l. air is used but once, P..n.ac
same
J- Juwthrumruuu- fjl rrnnsjt.. tramways are seen, or other modern! '
,
80.The compartment with la, Florida, at the discrete ..
I means of altering the primitive life.: be contaminated when pacedln: same : of
oldest the '
,T FRANK L MAYES Pdo.t and Genaril. M....... :A goodly number of German and, man in vegetables and meats. .: Supervising Architect. James Kn :v
ninety-one another is ninety
Taylor, Supervising Architect
JUts U *WLWUrUJW ii-wl.rLrLrwjww- i------ 1 French, a few English and perhaps II :
are eighty-six four are 15may6teod.
: a dozen American residents make up :
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. the foreign total of 60,000 inhabitants.I are eighty-four, six are i n to Thirty-Five Dollars.: !
twelve are eighty-two, In Escambia County CirCUit '
-n- rI11JuJlt bLrWU1rr f WU A military band! plays' twice a weekin ((\\1:1:
the plaza, when the people prom- eighty-one, eighteen are State of Florida. In Chancery ,' 1)'
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. enade-the aristocratic portion walking are seventy-nine, twenty-five An elegant line of handsome boards $15.00 to $55.00; : Bannerman vs. Wm. A. Ar.r s','3l' :':

One Year.,5 00' Ono MOflth.e..s'S' 45 back and forth on the upper side e ty-eight, twentv-three are Dning: Chairs 75 cents to $5.00. Matting to 35 cents. zie Armistead, his wife: and & nL :;
I I
Six Months................ 2 50 One Week................. 1() of the square,. instead of encircling seven, forty-four aVe I l. : F., Stewart. On Monday, the 2,1, :";
Three Months..... ....... 1 25 Weekly Edition per year.l 0( it as they do in all other Spanish Martha Washington' j of July A. D. 1906. the mr.n ; ,_'
I :American towns ,which I have visit- The long lost Bible of : ,: Benjamin F. Stewart is T(>(j1l":! : ",;

Jt ed. The 'young men congregate to ington taken from' the II I appear to the bill filed aga,n,-- "

The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed stare at the _,young ladies who are Lee family at MARSTON & QUINA herein. This order to he ', ",';_:: ,
seldom on the streets at other time: Arlington once each week for four ((4))
.
Circulation Statement Can, Be Secured. I did not see beautiful civil war, has been restored Pensacola i tive weeks in coass
a single 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Fla. The Pensacoi!:, j i .".
l --1f- -I.- _flJ1fl.flJ1S.flJ lJJ-Ut Jut_nr_____I- -I__ _..Jt_t LLJ .tflJlflrVl_ JLLrJW..__ JV woman at the many such gatherings Mary Custis Lee, daughter of i a newspaper published in said E:< *-:

IT attended but there are, however, Lee, the great Confederate ............... .. +... ... ...............; Lia County. A. M. Ic.1iJan: c:::::
Offices, 108 and 110 East I{ Papers on Sale on Trains 1-retty types among the Chola class, by.G. W.. Kendrick' Jr. of Circuit Court. By L. G, A\na': 'i'.

Government. Phone 38. I and- at all News Stands. as that mixture: of SpanishIndian phia. -- ---- -- C. Pensacola, Fla., May t'h, E'I', '
:: and foreign blood is called. Little Mr. Kendrick, who is a (Official Seal)
I !'--; -'-Ju5JJLLJtnJW Wl.rLflJ-UWIAJ5tJL J"A- d />II>iJ (glazed hats, hlghfoeel: { shoes and lector, bought the book 25rnotw4y

...I.'f. fancy stockings, ,:which are displayed ago from a man named ELECTRIC COMPANY In Escambia County Circuit
( 'ACOLA FLQR'DA, FRIDAY MOONING MAY 25 1906 ty very short sWrts' form the distInctIve Ci.r
vicissitudes through which State of Florida. In Chance, 1/ /
dress of the Cholas. Gaudy
derful old volume has passed Phone zie Jones vs. Henry Jones
shawls and jewelry with the omni- 570. Ou Mo.'
er be ,known. It was day, the 4th day of June. A D .
,.: Criticism of the cial the primary must be protected I by present vari-colored bundle fajas held on their also backs as were many other cheerfully furnished on all classes of electrical I the defendant, Henry Jones, is 1\1j.ir.HII' |
from the ballot thief, be he on the are a part .
I :" State Census. outside or on of the chosen ones vof their make-up. Their usually pretty ures, from the Lee mansion We'handle all kinds of electrical supplies. ed to appear to the bill fikj! a aIrH

holding the election. Purity of the teeth eyes and natural ruddy servants or soldiers and' ) him herein. This order to i D" :hl lj; ,'.

-t-.: The state press generally has been ballot then must be the slogan of the olor give them an appearance so haps for a trifling sum by 205 SOUTH BAYLEN STREET ed once each week for four coo.:

'very liberal in its criticism of the voters if they would come into their, pleasing as to have made them famous norant of its value. tive weeks in The Peasacola: Jo ral,

Florida census recently completed by cwn. It should be criea'' so 'lustily in southern countries. Especially Book IB Good. Pensacola, Florida. a newspaper published in sad' E*"an.:

I- the State Agricultural Department, and fought for so persistently that t on the numerous feast days In spite of its strange, bia County. A. M. McMillan clerk
Circuit Court.
tio L.
they bedeck themselves By G. AMI'y
in
every faction and every party not t great .
many of the articles relative thereto practicing ,It will be out of business splendor. Those of Chola blood are the book is still in,fine / H- --- C. Pensacola, Fla. May 3, r:*.,,)

. being extremely forcible. The Jacksonville : at once. ffn this way only may the widely, separated from the stupid Kendrick has kept it with ('Seal)
I antf' unattractive Indians but cannot and its black leather'cover Builders' Supplies. We have a full carload
: Times-Union has the following people hope to become free men and I

to on the subject, which voters instead of deluded slaves to a aspire to the inner aristocratic circle. scratches. A few pages are Carey's Magnesia Flexible Cement Roofing ab In County Judge's Court Ecap'':\
say few designing and unscrupulous poll -.OW. T. seems to cover the matter fully: ticians. for June. leaves and flowers, pressed waterproof and fireproof. We can put it on Judge of said county: Whereas, .I t i"j j,

The Lejhlature assigned to the CNautical ,* bers of the Lee family, are you,can. Cheaper than shingles. Sullivan has applied to this:; tou: :.,
I '> State .AgiTcultural Department the !A: committee of the United States Notes. in it. Letters[ of Administration on 'n, Ktafte ,
of taking the census of the 11. H. G. DeSILVA &' co. of James
- tfuty Senate Is coD6lc iering what action to Mfrsv YachtupercSHously The book was printed in McDonald w&: :
,,: state. That department, it,is not too husband has a beautiful yacht I 1702 by "Charles Bill and v.v..N'.AAv .N N++. ate of the said County or j&i ,<.!;',-,1
take in the of
case Senator :Burton,
much to say,has made a failure of it. don't These Therefore to /
are
suppose your husband can afford cite arj ;'
trix of Thomas Newcomb
,t.. Here at home it is to be noted tttat of Kansas. It would seem that there such a> luxury yet?" -. monish all land singular the ; aired .

the tate figures are far below those 'was !but little to consider, in view of r Mrs. Nacht-"No, the best .he can printers "to the king's most" *##7 *#**### H f. jA.; .L ; and creditors of said 'luo "'

ti,. indicated by the Health (Board's census -:the fact that Burton has been de. do is to hold the mortgage on the one: majesty. It contains the | DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY f; t: be and appear' before in u t', .,:
and the directory indications. your husband has.-The Bohemian morning prayer throughout on or before the 15th day of .J I in, ,
They are also unreasonable because barred by the courts from ever hold ( or. (June. Including the communion PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSE I A. D. 1906, and file objerror. .f f a-:

1';, they do not agree with the combined ing office under the United States articles of religion, the Old hey; have to tht: granting ]jGn,>r:, J'

figures of the United States censusof government. !But then maybe the esteemed The Intimate Side of Senator Tillman. Testaments, with the STERLING SILVERWARE, i aforesaid, otherwise the same W, : v

of 1900 and the enumeration of build senate 'Ben" metrical version of the_Psalms granted as prayed' Witness ni
contemplates reversing Tillman. lolling back in an ART POTTERY OPTICAL GOODS > Jam
;: ings erected since the great fire of tne courts. armchair, Is one personality. Senator table of kindred ,affinity. as County Judge of the County :MM

IE i- 1901. In 1900 Jacksonville had 28,429 Benjamin R. Tillman, on the Old,Recordi. CUT GLASSWARE. said, this 3rd day of :MAY 1 IMO! +;

: population. 1905, 5,100 buildings had The DeFunlak floor of the United States is i ii HENRY BELLI ( ER.
I senate
1- been erectea' since the fire about. Breeze Is fast putting The earliest birth recorded County
it.: 2,500 buildings more than had been on metropolitan airs. Editor something entirely different The that of Fanny Parke Custis Judg
t II contrast Is wonderful
i J destroyed. As a proof of the pressure Storrs Is now getting out a, twelve There Is no individuality, but unstudied in American that of her brother, Daniel Engraving and Fine Stationery. AN ORDINANCE.
for house room In this city, due' tis, being given as 1711. The
page edition and threatens to increasethe
If public life so ungroomed and To Be Entitled, "An Or ma-o1
I f to the many new inhabitants who 1zof the paper to sixteen earthy as Tallman. Beneath the of Daniel Parke Custis to Granting the Privilege
pagesin to the P.i>a-
li I k had flocked! here, a large number ofIt the tousled hair, ,behind the : dridge, afterward Martha cola Gas Company To EN'trd
= near future. The Journal Is solitary aid
built-some-
; apartment houses were brown eye, is an intellect colossalantf t Is recorded as having occurred Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. Prolong a Spur Track Air' ,
.
i! i: thing practically unknown before the pleased to note this evidence .of Tn'Breeze's a JY < >n-
majestic, despising all platoonins His young,widow, who had structed on North Tarragona S::. ,
ri f1< fire. There ware several new family well-deserved prosprity. of self, inveighing against whateversavors ried when only .seventeen, Between DeSoto '
built also. For these and C\: ;:C" =
hotels reasons.
,
f : of sham and humbug. with four children, only two i Streets:"

e i '- Jacksonville with the feels census.disposed The to greater, quarrel ft t 4 Tillman dearly. loves ,the hardshipsof lived to grow-up. Zadek Jewelry Co i BE IT ORDAINED BY THE :\1.\YOR()

:L'" volume of business done by retail UNITED" STATES AND' # the steadfast hardest forms principles, and revels in L The,SOD, John Custis, who ; MOBILE ALA. ? AND THE OTY COUMIi! (Pi i
of ha PENSACOLA
a righteous :
.
:,- merchants as well as the high rate of THE PANAMA CANAL: Eleanor Calvert"was the
the Increase in, # tred of lies and liars. He is anything c children 'of}whom ft #i&iH&& '""- Section 1. That there is i h':t r' 'r
rents. despite great one ,
-
S *
but
a novitiate; still he Is extraora'in- granted to the P-ansacola ,
Gas u
;
the number of dwellings. indicate Montgomery: Journal., & ; ington Parka Custis, was the "
ary and a surprising its
proposition in apy, successors and '!
such rate of growth in population.It 1 Lee's"Wlt assign" !n1
a -
General
through
4. *I ,
the geometry of
suddenness. He is privilege of
;
extending and P-J-; !
when take the state at
is we ,I neither clever nor ponderous. But lington came into possession of Order 1T aiia' for distance ,.
: ing a of Two H : "I i
large that how badly the deft .j'.o.
we see
1: he bends with no sycophancy, shakes; family. } ; ? Feet (200) southward the spum
partment has "fallen down" on the COAL and WOOD
census. Three of the most important with no 'Vacillation, snaps with no disloyalty The book contains no sow used by the'said Pensaroi <.,,

Ii ft: counties omitted. The excuses for ;About' three years have passed wobbles :with no irresoluton marriage,of Martha* Custis I from ho' Company situated on North I 1",,-

I emitting Escambia county, with Pen. since the United States government His, intellectual invective, weapons irony and are wit, satire Washington.- $ Consumers' Ice and Fuel ompsny. gona Street, between DeSoto and t "

f saloa Its chief city and and Orange,, became the owner of all the rightsof scorn, President Sits For > vantes Streets.
wielded with the edge of oaring and I *-Corner Chase and Tarragona Phase, 25;. Section 2. That the privily .
f with Orlando its county seat, and I the old French government whichformerly the swirl of strength. President. Roosevelt has
I such, others cities as Sanford within for portrait In oil which la constructing and? maintaining;: ; i
owned the franchise which In the senate chamber he always extension to said ', ,
\ its borders are the excuse spur track i- >
1 very poor; place in one of i the:, -
lj,: for ommitting county of Dade,with L belonged to the Panama Canal com clutches a brand-unlit, aflame, or University of Berlin. The subject to all the terms coni i::''-"
i L Miami and West Palm Beach i inadxcissible. charred. He is tirelessly a-buckle and restrictions of an orlL., : .n '
i is pany. For the right, the governmentpaid A Remarkable reer.
and a-fray, spurred and ungloved missioned to paint the picture Marine Co. ., ,
astormborn
Grocery passed July
to' In Escambia, the returns 'Sam Houston was not only 19th 1889, bj: wh. ::1
$10,000,000 to the company, and Wow-giver. R. Wiles of NewYork.In ; privilege to construct :
'r' were turned up, we are told. In such the orj!
'Texan but the
! t:.. an important matter precautions $10,000,000( to the government of Pan (But, reclining In an armchair, at a measure the work of probably most 604, 60S 608. 610 S. Palafox St. spur track waa/ granted to the P.n'-'

f' should have been taken against the ama. That purchase committed the his ease, his mind undisturbed by the Is the outcome of a and commanding figure which Phons 725. cola Gas Company.

constant danger of fire. In Orange fumes of the day! that has died, unag-- emperor of Germany and appeared in the public life of Section 3. That said extenson: '"
p. federal government to as speedy a HAted by the expectations of the day southwest-born in Virginia,
the enumerator fell kick. Illness is a resulted in an 'arrangement V. J. VIDAL, Manager. said spur track shall be cons>:!'JC' i
completion of the work, as men and unborn, a mischievous smile playing to Tennessee at .
an early In accordance '
danger against ''Which the department have an exchange of age with the pla: ti:it : :)>
should have guarded. Think of a: money, and'proper management couldaccomplish about his mobile lips, the responsibilities leading universities of ,.while yet In his teens, he went We will sell for ten days at less; annexed and made a part of ths: or
'I" of, statesmanship laid aside, than cost ,
business firm exposing important it with Andrew Jackson against dinance.
: character of the
yet the the strife conflicts' and struggles of the United States. No. 2 Mackerel 2 for 15c.
to danger from fire or unable Indians desperately wound- Passed April 25th 1906.
papers canal. whether of the level ; ,
lock 1 1
or sea public life for the moment abandoned New Dlsisirt Smoked Halibut (very fine) lOc'
to keep its contracts because a clerkIt' battle of the Horseshoe Bend Approved May 3, 1906.CHAS. .
has been determined and with just the sweet Representative Keifer of ;
type not yet sympathy of his per pound.
was ilL But in Dade county the H. BLISS:
the amount of actual work little family circle to calm him the those general of Tennessee and a Blood Red Salmon, lOc
:- elate has suffered a, heavy, loss because : or digging ; of members of the per lb. Attest: :Mavor i: ,
I apparently, tha enumerator appointed ,has been done is insignificant :undisguised admiration of the woman think that the people of the in congress from that Holland Herring (in kits) 60c per C. B. MERRITT: Clerk.

bad! paid no attention to his I compared with the time and -already I- sitting opposite him, the playful hu-- Columbia should have a ; governor of Tennessee In his kit. I hereby certify that the a,1') ::5

j i{; Cutles. Now the department seeks to I consumed. There are !beingpaid mor of his domestic side, and ,you government and has married, separated from his Kaiser Herring (in tins) 45c per a correct copy of an OTi"Trn:

1 c throw the whole blame on the legislativy .I large salaries, the red' tape of the Lave another and distinctly opposite providing, the change. The 'two months, resigning Imme- tin.Salacine passed by the City Council of /ivn, ] '

t f. delegation from that county. ,government machinery 19 in fine workIng Tillman.into the A tender mildness comes provides that the present as governor, self exiled for Sausage (Imported 25c cola, Fla.. at a meeting he'l! ; :

i What was the department doing that order. The work of preparation: brown eye; a musical be abolished within a and among the Cherokee Indians, per pound. 25th, 1906.

t I. It did not awaken sooner to the fact although expensive is being carrie cadence pervades the worn voice; formed year to Texas in 1832; member We have ,a.fresh stock- of imported C. E. MBRKITT
; and' a languor that ,constitutes composed of a mayor,
1 that enumeration was being taken on with considerable but witha post convention Maccaroni,'_ Spagetti, Italian Tomato: .,
: no L energy; tive aldermen of 1883, which de- City Clerk, Pensacola, F.
1''; In Dade? The Legislature of 1907 Lr r poor record,of practical results. One !' luxury to.'this'glutton of labor, and common council. Texas to be an independent re Paste, Greek' Black Olives, Artichokes
thought, and toil United States
converts into relaxatIon owns more than Navy Bread, PilotBread, Italian
will be remiss in its duties If it does I fact has ,been shown, and :that is "'. not ,call upon the state administration L humiliating one, that is that the the exhausting tensions of a of the District of Columbia Boston Brown Bread French
the which
J mammoth organism of nerves. according to the measure, the army achieved in Dread, Russian Caviar and The Journal Printed
imported
z: to satisfactorily explain why it allowed canal will never fee finished, if It is No other senator at San Jacinto twice I
':; what looks liVe a great wrong to, to be dug by the government, underthe can arouse his placed on a half and half basis.Conful1on ; French and Italian SWeet Oils.

I the whole state. present system of government other compeers to greater activities. No. of Jfames. of the republic. United States We carry the only full line of Francis During April, 1906, I
man exhibits a fonder tenderness '
and of the state.-
; governor Dodson
and
Leggett's
and Brown's
control. If the canal is to be speedily to his family ,or can provide In order that amore Culberson in Scribner's.Caib canned goods in ,the city Gulf a Total of
: Harvard professor believes that and successfully completed, tha more genuine hospitality to his may be kept of all horses Coffee CoJs "Oaxaca" Gold City I
r-r'A work must!; be let to private contra guests.-Success 'Magazine. belonging to the'District ; Standard
I of earthquake prophecy Daybreak, Diamond Blend and Golden 149,500COPIES

tors. The world knows what a scandal S S the property clerk has .
Your Cbeck Coffee for I
i Ehoultf be established. Of course the Rio sale. They are aa
failure the Frencn June'Smart
and government The Set. commissioners that every not well to
J .j:, professor would have no difficulty In L made, of,this.work, yet this government "The Hesitation of Gisella." bv given a number instead of a I desk. Cash keep them.checks It Ickd k so- tion.high grades and'give perfect satisfac !

i naming a head for said department. is not making a -better showing 'Edith Macvane, is' the title of the shaH be known by number for yourself if the drawer is or an A verage of i
1 than did the French novelette which thVjune
and the Indications opens number erty of the District '
are that if there is nota of The Smart Set. It is a!charmIng reliable, and a favor to '

If"Purity of the change, that the fate of this gov- story, the scenes of which are by Property this system Clerk he will Hargroves be able he is. "Stale" checks are AuI 5,980DAILY I
laid In to bank officials and
! ernment with respect to the canal's France; the -period, however, a gen
; Ballot Necessary. construction will not be any better. is modem and the story Is'of an appealing better how'ma y horses and character which will win for distributed among the several I
Delay, and hesitation i$ fatal to success ,
F)t The Birmingham AgexHerald corn- and is fast affecting popular it many admirers. ments. lIe claims that it is Sarcastic RemingtonSholes The following figures show T: pen

T:: taenting upon the recent senatorial confidence and pride in the work, to Mary Austin, so well ,known for keep track of 'them by their -I'd have you to understand, sacola Journal's circulation for c'<*ca I

I;;::. irlmary in Tennessee, says such' an ertent that it is apparentto stories of the sheperds Qn' the western Last year he says there I'm nol such a fool as I look. day durin'" the month of Ap"<:, p" '.
plains, contributes to this horses with the oi ,o-Hj
The etory of the times Is becoming all observant persons, that the ber of num- named Jim, four -W6H, then, you have much to average number
her best
rItlonoton<>us. The machines and the people have lost faith in the abilityof one tales entitled and two named Kitty.To for.Stains. with its new daily:
;
( "At Tio Juan. It is a' tragedy in billing attachments April 1, 6,200 April 16 .., .
: down'whe the government to do' this Promulgate TnberculoaU
f ti' bosses are going ev r they ever miniature worked and Instantly interchangeable
with car- (}
out remark- 2, ... 17, 5,9CO()
'I } get up against the people. This work at alL Whether this is the fault able skill. Arthur Stanley Wheeleris The health officer has riages, tabulator C and two color April April 5903 I
I ,
i, t; change is tfue wholly to the primary, of the 'government, there may be again a contributor; 'The Violin"is that the rules prepared by the ribbon movement, 13 the most com April 3, 5,850 April 18 5900 !

,; ; under the convention system the some question; It is not certain thata a ghost story, thoroughly fascinat tee on prevention of Furniture. plete combined,* April 4, 5,900 April 19 .:900 !
en 5
April 5, 5,950 April 20
people were powerless and the back: of
change administration would
i" stairs omnipotent Through the primary -mend matters. It seems that' the but ing. his Amos contribution DeLany is, "The a new Strengthof writer government president be buildings promulgated, by and spots in mahogany fur Billing andCorrespondence April 6, 5,950 April 21. 5903 '
6250
!1'-' the people are coming into their trouble .is. in the fact that the government His Arms," 'will cause his name to missioners, with such may be taken out with weak April 7, 6,000 April 22 .
I own and that is all there is of It. is not.organz'ed or equippedto :be remembered. !Robert McDonald's"The may be for the or oxalic acid and water, April 8, 6,600 April 23, '
necessary, i 9 ... 24 5.630
: The Memphis Commercial-Appeal In :perform such'a' task, that it is a 'Reformation Billy Henderson of the spread,of tuberculosis the part with a cork dipped machine April 10,, April 25 5903
5,900
manufactured. April April
I
publishing the above, has the following work requiring Individual directionand is a delightfullyhumorous" ings under the control of the : liquid till. the, color is re it was for fast service,Designedas built for April 11, 5,900 April 26 5930(

il t to' say upon the primary* question strengthened management by the This,French view failure Is, Edna tale, and Kenton"The Making;will please of a a IMan host, by of sioners. Then wash the,wood with hard use, recommended) by experts April 12 5,900 April 27. D.9:>O

: and the-absence of progress of workso readers. Arthur Stringer Is' at his The health officer has ,dry and polish as usual.A and guaranteed against wear,it is April 13, 5,850 April 28. 5.900

1 And ain't this quite a satisfactory far under the direction of this best in ,"Three 'Women and Love," further that action be taken offered_as the de&1Typewriter April 14, 5,900 April 29.6.2JO

1: "all there is of it?" The.n'why not let the work government and there are other.stories by Mabel toward the determination of Handy Broom, Holder. April 15, 6,250 April 30 ... .
,
J K But the battle of the voter against out to private contractors; take hold :Herbert Urner B. 1. Bath Leila Burton ber, location and' status of 4 broom holder may bd Total for the month.. 149,500
I : the machine is not altogether decided Wells, Charles Battell Loomis In the service of the District -
'
of the work. In the light of two
t ; In, favor of the former because of tbe experience. and 'Anna by putting large screws- for
Warner besides producing the
a in ment most work
story good in
suffering from
i 1-' mere establishment of the primary. It may then foe expected. that American i the original French. that Win answer-into the wall the shortest time with'the least effort. Average per day .. 5,980I .
an inspection be made
;f( experIence! teaches that this form ofti energy and skill :when directed by two inches
Bliss Carman is the author of the apart. Drop the Write today tot full description.
individual contractors will be buildings under the control of aJove
ejecting equal to I! the
candidates can be hereby certify that
manipulated "The Golden
essay, Age and In It 'between them handle down- Local Agents wanted for
as well as a convention. The the task. The Gulf states should! his exquisite prose style 'Is revealed trict government to unoccupied territory. statement Is correct accord:ng tM

1 ti truth Is often and often the results: speak, out on this subject In a direct at its best. The poetry is unusually sanitary condition and the THE ARITHMOCRAPH records on file in this office
t of primaries as announced have given and forcible way,for their Interest In attractive. Reginald Wright Kauff- ods of correcting such CO.

! as little satisfaction as the jug. this great work, Is such as to require man, Ruby Archer ,Charlotte Becker, ditions as may discovered.. A Sweeping,Hint. Majestic Bldg., ChicagoJACKSONVILLE

i't fierywhich, at times Is .practiced in from them such opinions and views as Theodosia Barrfson Clinton Scollard CARL \ sweeping dip the broom

!I t':,' the' convention. would aid In the speedy completion of and Madeline Bridges are among the water, and you ':;-i never

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i-tnoACOf'A; JOURNAL. ', -FRIDAY. 7 MORNING' MAY 25, 1908 PAGE FIVE\ f t
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I B f" GOOD LESSONIN Is the joy- of th'e household for without; .j f:
: 1k
.
"The Best !Is What We Sell"Like ,B A B Y' S it no happiness can be complete; How Jt1} :

$ PEOPLE and EVENTS ADVERTISING sweet the picture of mother'and babe! ';:tt i t <

Grandmother Angels 'smile at and commend the i 1-: ':

thoughts and aspirations of the mother 1''. ::1

Seen Heard and Done ORIGINALITY! BREVITY, TRUTH, V 0 I C E bending over the cradle. The ordeal through --I.j'4t
Come ]
Used to Make Among Those Who GOt and SAID TO BE CHIEF POINTS IN i which the expectant mother must pass, how f J.. "
ever,is so full of and
danger suffering that she :

Tarry Women and Society Here and Elsewhere. WRITING EFFECTICE' ADVERTISEMENTS looks forward to the hour when she shall feel 1 -.I f ,.

the exquisite thrill of motherhood with indescribable. dread and fear. !t 1 c,.
t
Every woman hould know that the danger, pain and horror of child- i f! l

Heinz J- Br E. NELLIE BECK. Telephone' 660. birth can be entirely avoided by the use of Mother's Friend, a scientific :{[ .:..

x8xsxsxsmnBEWULJDERBD t There are three points in every good liniment for external use only, which toughens and renders pliable all f.(1.
the and '
parts, assists nature in .' :

BARDS. The Journal's Fashion Feature.t.iL truthfulness.advertisement If originality the ad. is, brevity original and, It its thousands sublime work.of women By its have aid MOT HER S :t' :.j:j ':.
Daily [
Preserves I IIn I, will attract the reader's attention; if passedthisgreatcrisisinperfect i,;. t
In the spring the
it be brief and'to: the point it will hold safety and without pain.
Poem of passion'Rub tf tt'
: the attention; and if it be truthful it .
against, the Sold at Jr.oo per bottle druggists. Our book j l :
stone crocks and they are will convince the reader and sell the J
made of pure fruit and sugar. Hats Poem and of hearts fashion ana ., goods. of priceless value to all women sent free. ddreaa'i, i:: .,f ,of

I By originality is not meant fun nor BRADFIELD REGULATOR At/matm U UU U
Clothes to 'wear dm WU f;i '
Pineapple, Strawberry, Damson jokes, nor, necessarily, bright sayings.. :
Rhymers sing with ; '
Blackberry and Peach. Pensive air ,*&. Sf J 'Q 1 Every man has a way of saying things ,: ;
75 CENTS A CROCK. What with love and ':. that' Is different from every other -. j' ;
:m l;: :
lingerie, man's way of saying things. If your i

i AppM Butter.. .. .. .. ... ...40cROSENAU&GERELDS Shoes and ties and { name is Jones, write your advertiseing !,I', .
Hosiery, j '.",,-. as Jones would tell it if he were ,, :1 M ;" .
I I fOfeta work" and' .: talking face to face with, the custom Il ,
"Peekaboo." \ ,. er. Of course, use good English-no Jr.;
,
!Poet men are frills and puffs-no stilted style. To J ust as 1j, jl

Ilnastew.tPaul be yourself' is to be original. Take ..,1 t ':
,-( Cook in Age Herald.HENDRIXSAVELtE your line of clothing, for instance. ; .r 1 .<

The Fancy Grocers, I You know just what you would tell 1 ;. ; .r
i1 the customer if he came into your :
ESCAMBIA \UUNE WEDDING.The II I\\ store. You know what questions he > }
Phone 391. Pensaco/a. many (Pensucola friends of would ask, and how you would answer .

i- -iiE: bride and groom-elect are re 1,1 IZ. L. I him. ''Put that into your ad. Of Good I ]
the :following invitations
: i course, you must be on the lookout tor

new words, phrases and forms of expression .
:Mr. and srs. !P, W. MdLfean in t
advertising
request the honor of your just as you your would in your language verbal, ; : I ';

Great at the Mabel marriage Roberts oftheir Hendrixto sister ( iIi,1 speech. But after all, It is a pretty There are a very few Skirts as good as .: .J t',:

safe rule to think ;what you would t>ay If celebrated"BUTTERFLY"and"QUAUTY" -
; : A to a customer. (Write that down and ; .
1 Mr. Henry Oscar Savelle t Skirts. t":
jV. let that go for the ad. :
Wednesday evening, June' Sixth;
nineteen hundred and six \ f/I t.v 'Brevity, we are told, is the spice of \ :
'Ji ::1 life. Brevity in advertising does not They are .
eight o'clock
Reduction in at IIhllIT.zZt1 4"J
First Methodist Chuch II I mean that the ad. itself should be II- beautifullytailored "r% Ar
Escambia, Florida.Mr. II I I II I short or small, but that the sentencesin 1! they \\1 r ,
it should Savelle is a: young stripped of unnecessary verbiage. It II, hare the right : ;: .

man of Montgomery Ala., .and is. means just as much, to say: "The II I shape they .
New Crop. Sound, ripe and of fine j t't'I:
.be congratulated. '
-+- ..fI'>...,.' I (>..i::. ...{. :, flavor. Buy some today," as it does t\ hang right, the ;'i: ; .'
Eye GlassosVe PROMOTION: ENSIGN: KEYESTO '-..-. .... I ;i.'.0 r:' ;-..; to say it thus: "These apples are of materials are '
L1EUTENACY' IN JUNE. ,' the 1905 crop. They are guaranteed .
The many friends of Ensign sound, are fully ripe, and have a fine right .t! .
U. S. N., and Mrs. Keyes flavor. Hadn't you 'better buy a few '
Miss Maude !Fernald-will be of them today." iBusy people want to The prices are no ] ;'.
BOYS' SUMMER 'SHIRT WA1HST.!'
to learn that he will be promote I read the ads. as they eat their lunch- higher than you pay : ;"

a Lieutenancy in June. I I In those departments and specialty shallow-pointed yoke. On the left bolt it, gulp it down, and get back to for inferior Skirts. .
Mr. and Mrs. Keyes are now ]'' p
'stores catering to the juvenile trade breast the customary pocket is stitch.: business. j
are now sellingtlawkes' Ing a delightful time entertaining there are exhibited this season the ed, and the front fastening is made I Macauley's Essays and Gibbon's Let send <
in York
being entertained New I broad-stitched I Rome are very good reading to thoseof us one up fv-V :f '
with
smartest of negligee shirts, or rather through the pleat
go to Washington the last of 1 a literary turn of mind, and doubt for It ,; : 1
month for his examination. shirt waists, as they are now called pearl shirt buttons, pearl links closingthe your approval.
-+- for wear with smart tweed or linen. wide stitched cuff of the rather less are of the best English, but their will cost nothingif
M'RS. FERNAU REMOVING knickerbockers. These, like the men's' full bishop sleeve. The body portion language is hardly the sort for use in you '

TO PHILADELPHIA, PA. shirts are cut plain over the shoulders II may be finished with a hem or a casIng advertising. The short terse, to-the- it does not suit
Mrs. E. A. Fernald and son in the front the back gathered into through which elastic is run. point language of the street the shop you.
aI the is the kind to be used ladvertising
I I and car ,
Farnald
Hays are shipping
$2.50 Eye Glassesfor household goods to-day to i to accurately describe Yours,
phia preparatory to removing son Mr. Henry M. Yonge and hs! 'She wore a lovely shadow embroider your goods, but so choose your words
manently. lovely bride. ed Paris muslin fkwith blue sash that the fewest possible number will

Mr. Fernald leaves Sunday to Mrs. P. K. Yonge wore a smart and ribbons.: Her guests were, Davis give the fullest possible description.I Watson Parker Reese Co
a few days in Atlanta, where "he ; gown off. black net. Mrs.. Henry Hannah, Helen -Wilson. Harold hate to have to say anything about
join 'Mrs. Fernald who will 'Mathews_Yonge was lovely in a pale May-ss! ; Mabel'Billiard' Hilda Bell, truthfulness in advertising, but it is ,
$1.25 Tuesday. I champagne crepe 'de cbene. Mrs. Ernestine Schambeau, Louise Scham- a fact that there are thousands of ads.
While their many friends, regret Sturdevant-formerly Miss Blountwhoe beau Hazel Sargent Hazel Morrison, that don't tell the truth. Successors to Green & Watson. '" ;

have them leave all unite in awn wedding reception in the Caroline Bonacker, William Bonacker Even reputable business men who
them every. ,happinss In their ,I t same rooms was chronicled not many Annette Williams, Bessie Oerting would scorn to tell an untruth with: 33 and 35 South Palafox Street. '

home-or rather in Mrs. I weeks ago, was charming in a white Kenneth Caro,,! Benjamin Robinson, the tongue,' nevertheless tell a great ,.....
old home, for'they go:t; ,occupy .I net gown while her ,mother Mrs. Marjorie Bingham,.7."and' a ,number of many falsehoods in their advertising, --' ""''''''''''''' <'- -=- JCLOC

same house in Germantown, one ,I:Blount was.Yricbly. 'dressed in tyack.Among proud- mammas c). u%_ or permit to be done. toy their advertisement -
Philadelphia's: beautiful suburbs, ]I the ladies who spent the writers.
IK 0 D'Alemberte which she formerly resided which evening and informally assisted in FORDHAM4r&THANWEDDING show bill is S
a happier exchange than going entertaining the guests, were Mrs At-f.N'OU' CEMENT. prevalent The Barnum,' and has had such style wideIn so- A good 8 day Parlor Clock.. .. ........... ._ ..... .. .. .... :....$5.00
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strangers. (Lewis, Willis, Mfss Willis, Miss Friends of Dr. W -F, Fordham are A good 8-day Parlor 'Clock, with alarm $3.00
Druggist and Apot&ecary& -6-- Maclay, <-Miss Made, Maclay, Mrs.I receiving, his announcement. .of the writing fiuence. an that advertisement it is hard to for get anyone away 8-day :Mission Clocks, $2.75 to... .. .._ ..'" ... .... ... .... ;e.. .. ...$5.00
CELEBRATED ,BIRTHDAYOF Evelyn C. .Maxwell Mrs. James Mc- approaching tnarrige or"nis attractive Repairing at reasonable prices.
121 South Palafox from exaggeration and actual untruth.
Street Pensacola, Fla MRS. J. A. WILLIAMS ,. Miss Mattie Vhiting. Miss daughter Mfts! Blanche Ernestine Yet nothing so weakens the power of J. F. DAVIS, JEWELER, at Coe's Book Store
AT McOAVID FLA.' (Mildred Anderson.: Mrs.: T. V, Kes- Fordham to lIt. JOeph Nathan Wed- -I,
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The fifty-third birthday of :Mrs. and Mrs. A. CTBlount nesdayJune At home after June an ad. as negligence handling- --

SAFES 1 SAFES 1 SAFES 1 SAFES! A.,Williams .was celebrated by a h'I !In the dining room, Mrs. H. A. 15 hi New Orleans. truth.
Buy Diebold praty of friends and relatives all presided at the punch -+- If your stock of goods is medium. Base Ball Goods, Fishing Tackle.
Safes sized or small, and plenty of other
at her residence in McDavid, and the following young girls! One of the prettiest flowers at the
Scarritt Moreno, Agent. quite a party being present from ,' : Miss Cora Hunt; Miss Isla I!Flower ball Wednesday night was dealers in town carry larger stocks. whether you play ball or go fishing we can fit you out. Bats
city. I Miss nevieve Caro, Miss Miss Vera Jordan of. Ottumwa. la.. than you do, it is not only an idle assertion 10 to 75 cents. Balls 10 cents to $1.25.Ifasks! 25 cents to
.- The morning was spent i Mae Hatton, Miss Cora Louise whose brunette beauty .was at its but a harmful untruth when $2.75. F.shin'2: Tackle of every description outfit for a
f'- sacred music and songs and at : and Miss Jennie Stilhnan. height as a "Scarlet Poppy." Mi&stfbrdan : you say "We have positively the quarter, half dollar, 75 cents or a dollar.Ce' .
a delicious dinner ,was serveo(! in -+ is the guest of her cousin largest stock of these goods in Blank.ville
dining room which was LUCILE KING Miss Minnie L. Wood. ." : :Bookstore.pholt.2a5. .
decorated with cut flowers and A LOVELY PARTY everybody knows that Smith I
table was a'piclur in its HER BIRTH'DAY.'' Mr. and :Mrs. F. A. Manker of Indianapolis -' Bros. have twice as large a store and 213: South Pal.fOIl Street. PaniacoM

Going linen. cut glass, silver and Agatha Lucile King the pretty lit Ind., are the happy par-! twice as many goods as you have, and
and innumerable good things. daughaer of Mrs. J. N. Lewis ents of a son. born Wednesday mornIng people will probably laugh at your --- -
After the bountiful repast the I entertained a party of her lit- at the horn,? of Mrs. Manker's claims. -
and girls strolled through the friends last evening to celebrate parents Mr. and Mrs. John G. Wood. Another error that is often committed sion. It is nothing to the customer I)
gathering flowers an'd green plums fourth anniversary, at their home is the advertising of 'goods "at what the goods cost you, but what are I GRAND BALL I
Across ,vhile their elders indulged' in East Gad den. Mrs. Edward 'Forcheimer won the cost" or "below. cost" People! know they going to cost him? That's the
sation in the house. The pink and white colors wera prize, a piece of handsome cut glass that you are not going to sell goods question. Far better to give the actual -
At 3:45: all were again invited carried throughout and at the Progress Club weekly euchre that way-that you can't sell 'em that figures at .which you expect to sell

the dining. room where delicious table.,and menu were ,especially an4. anc way and stay in 'business. "At cost"is the goods than to say "at cost" or "at I C. K. of A. BallMAY
freshments were again served and Even the cakes ,were pink 4' a very vague, meaningless expres. a saving of 25 per cent" A suit of
The Bay seemed to enjoy- them heartily. white' as was, the ios cream. Mrs. Z. D. Cunningham left yesterday -, clothes at $9.99 means more to the
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Returnin to the" parlor punch, all sorts of candy," figs at noon to join Mr. Cunningham! prospective customer than a suit at FRIDAY, 25
and good wishes were extended and raisons discount.But .
were served. At in Montgomery where they will hereafter 40 per cent.
cordial handshakes to Mr. and ) plate was a little heart-shaped reside. be absolutely truthful in the Prize for Best Dancers
Williams, wishing them many bonbon dish filled with pink 4' COFFEE1We description of your goods. "Call a
Sunday 1If ? and happy years to come, and white canales( as soirrenirs. The Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bill and spade a spade." Praise guests departed to take the train were cape Jasmine lilies and daughter of Biloxi. Miss., are guestsof speak well of them, but do so truthfully. -
varIous points., ._. 4 his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. If the sewing machine is not "ex- 35c
/Among the guests of Mr. and At each end of the table stood a R. H. 'Caswell,. 620 East Zarragossa, are the Pioneer actly like! cut" leave out the cut. If

you,are, you will wanta !13onifay Williams,and were familY'Mr.. and Messrs.Mrs.G. Homer and Pie from filled these with pies snapping green for a short visitMrs. Coffee Roasters of the goods are tell part cotton and they'reall part
the people
don't
woolen,
nice lunch
-some- and J. IP. Harrison, and Miss led along the table to each Annie E. MacDavid of Pensa- West Florida.HUGH'S -
tell the people anything
wool. Never
thing that you won't have .: of :
McDavid MeDavlo! Mr. and -
; heart ,
the little bonbon dishes. Inach of the Peasacola!
cola, Fla. president unwilling BOSSO'SIce
I in ad. that are
to work over for two or W. M. Nored and family Miss motto a : an you
was paper cap and a Chapter Daughters of the Confederacy -
three days to prepare and trude Vaughn, Miss Ethel Lehr, to tell them outside of it
is the guest of Mrs. Peter Peter '
that will taste good after Lela Butler Miss Jessie Prather. toy.The little hostess received many son,, In Whistler.-Mobile Item. BLENDShave Pleased customers who know they Cream Factorycan
you get there. We havea H. H. Dewitt Mr. Sweatman, Mr. 6.M. as well as useful presents. can rely on the truth of the ad. as
specially arranged : Hightower, Messrs Eugene for I well as on the truth of your statementsof furnish cream in
Ask'your 'grocer Blue Ribbon Vanilla you
Lenwood Williams. All of PensacoTa: mouth, will continue to be purchasers -
and Mr. :J, E. Williams, of. Harrison ,the cheapest as well as the best. no equal. A trial] and will become your best advertisement any quantity. Satisfaction
Goes twice far.
Miss. Absolutely pure. as -J. H. Larimore, in The Ad- guaranteed.
Picnic Menuthat will convince the connoisseur .
S'MR. -. -+- A Saucer of vertising World. PHONE 1326
AND MRS. P. K. YONGE'S NECROLOGYZoe that we
HANIDSOME RECEPTIONFOR : .
Ice Cream. If You Don'tsucceed SAM BOSSO. Prop.You'll
is already prepared, THEIR SON ANDBRiDE| make no extravagant
Margaret Steele. first time use Herbine
the
MR. AND MRS. ,
HENRY
M.
and in to YONGE. Did ever get all tired out -q
proper shape :you '
Zoe Margaret, the thirteen-month claims. will get instant relief. The
The hospitable home of Mr. and you
and drop in at a soda fountain,.
eerve. You don't need to
Mrs. (Philip Keyes, Yong was I ol*daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William! greatest liver regulation A positive .. ,r
of ice
for
call saucer cream
a
worry about the lunch with lights, flowers ,and fashion I Steele, passetf( away shortly after six cure for Constipation Dyspepsia, Ma- ,..
question at all or to hirea night in honor of their son and and have them serve you with o'clock Thursday morning after an Wholesale! and RetailGROCERS aria, Chills and all liver complaints.I
cook to serve you when recent bride, ''Mr:, and Mrs. He something very cold but' wholly illness extending over a period of two Mr. C-, of Emory, Texas, writes: : Not
you get there. Just call Jath.3W Yonge; formerly Miss void of the flavor and smooth wfieks. Hopes were entertained tha.tthe 'My wife has been using{ Herbina for
or ring us up and we will Eagan. taste of the ice cream you'dbeen little one would be spared until herself and children for five'years. Its .
take pleasure in fixing upa The decorative 'Scheme'of white accustomed to? Tho within a few hours before the end a sure cure for constipation and Be Ashamed
ready prepared lunch green in Ihe"'parlorwas"-carried chances are it'was not ice creamat came, but all that science and careful malaria fever which is substantiated :
Feed
that will be both cheap in dagger ferns, easter lilies, all. but' rather "ice com nursing could do ware! without and all kinds of by what it has done for my family."
and pound" for ft comes to.thedeal, avail. The funeral took' place from -
appetizing. roses and :white sweet peas. All Stuffs.Pluto Sold by all druggists. of Your Shirt .
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tad been remove(' and the er in neat little square packagesand : the family residence; 125 North A
frames covered by pillars:of the all'he'has: to do Is to'"add street at 4 o'clock yesterday, interment J
.7. if had its launderingto
.while similar .columns ,at j cold water, freeze and serve," being in St. Michael's cemetery. .NOTICL we
do. We our proudof
around the walls and at the Our ice cream is made from WaterWholesale Notice is hereby given that the undersigned as
were, very tt ,ttYf..P9tS.':.of gro'! the purest Jersey cream, crushed I CARD OF THANKS. : owners of the following vessels our handiwork as you
erns here and all over the fruit and the highest Standard }fro and .'}Irs William Steele desireto will not be responsible for any can possibly be of your
Sol! Calm & Co their heartfelt thanks to nice linen. Let ov wag
adding to the general beauty. offlavoring extracts. .Andthat's express debts contracted 16 the name of said
In the 'a.ll.lel11B and flowers prevailed the "causa why""of the the many neighbors and friends wio and Retail. vessels unless first authorized by a on call for your wash.

whik the dining,room was popularity of our' fountain and. K generously tendered their assist written order signed by us. The above
The Puro Food Store, yellow and brown. Both cream. ance during the illness ana' after the notice! refers to the following vessels: The Star Steam
:'were given up to the dt pay! of ceding I ceath of tbir infant daughter Zoe Schooner Althea Franklin, Caldwell H.,

Southwest Cvrner Ptlafox and Intendencla presents .which'ero. Margaret who passed away Thursday New Orleans Grocery Co. Colt, Mary L. Harty, Amy Wixon, Emma -| Laundry.
and elegant, varied by a few morning. Jane, Osceola, Ariola, Francis &
of cut 'flowers.In .. I Kitchen Algoma Hal-1
and bowls Kandy Cafe Margery. Silas Stearns, Phont 114.Peniacola .
RECEIVED 100 GENUINE 57 E2UrOn St
JUST
Phones fl 8 the 'receiving; line were :Mr. .and Jas. WIcHugh cyon, William H Warren, ClaraSewell P., Fla
: her sister Mrs. 104 S. Palafox. ,IMPORTED PANAMA HATS AT THEM. ,
!\frs. P. K. Yonse, Phone 999 I Isabelle.
N. Blo nt.her-neice; Mrs.' C. A. StU F.t II & 0. CLOTHING STORE; 3.50 Phone 105. Proprietor, WARREN FISH-COMPANY. I IL "" =""" ".....=- .!i.._ 'I
and WORTH $5.00.
(l levant both of :Alabama; .'





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GREAT IMPROVEMENTS ;I : List of" Desirable Property For Sale

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IN PENSACQLA. .A desirafole/ piece .property: with 145 ft. frontage on B. I

1 L BROWN 6 CO.: Wright St.,' ,convenient_ to Union Depot, with two store I
in block 'i s New City. : buildings and dwelling: upon same. ... .. .. .. .. .. .$11,500 I
i I are beautiful lots for dwelling fronting both 'Baylen and Palafox streets, on l

Every public improvement in Pensa- i Ii ID Real $2500.00 5 25 beautiful North Hill lots:..;.. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. . 4,000 ;
cola means a corresponding advance- 1 to 5, block 148 New City,if -4-,. !Large one-story dwelling on DeViiliers street, near Garden SU, i

: ment in the value of once. $175.00'per lot. Gets twost ry dwelling with bath with lot 50x180.* ,.. .. .... .. .. .. ... .. ... .. 3450 '
$ 800-Hot on NorUl'am 16 to 22,*block' 65, West King* and gas; plenty of shade near public Ten lots in 'block.i&'b. New City Tract, each 40x137 .. .... 800 _
school and in half 'block of two car
120 deep. One 35000. :: 'Block 120, New City Tract containing 20 lots, convenient to H ,I
Resident.and Business property. line. This Is i'nes. :t:you want a nice home cheapsee East Hill street car. line, and also Bayou . .. .. ... .. 3,000 \
? 650-A block of 20 lots have any number of lots in good us about*.this. Two-story dwelling on' North Barcelona ,St., near Gregory. .. 2300

each 40 by 137H- in cny part'of,town desired. : '. WANTED' :Northwest quarter of block 60, West King Tract containing six

People with idle money, or moneyS double your money.: particulars and prices, apply to lots..* ..- ... .. ".. .'. .. ... .. .. . . .. 450
41000-
earning less than 8 and 10 per cent, near Tarragona. for a desirable customer. 'Price to be good renters, for; :the two..... .. .. .. .. . . .. 1,250
should see our list of property. Nearly business property.; around 3000. Large 6ne-story and a half dwelling at 331 East Intendencia St,

one are makers. $ 700-House and lot ylf jou'have, idle money or money I lot 40x170.: ; ,.. .. ,. .. S... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... 1,200
every money cia lot 40 by 170. not bringing you its value, let us knowwe
$1200-Two houses East Company, can'place 'it with safety where it '

street, each, ; Agents New York will realize 7 and 8 per cent. | HOOTON & WATSON
ly rents $168; 201-% Thiesen Bldg. Phone 918..
I Life Insurance .
cent. Co"'pany.S "' Leading Real Estate, Rental 'and Insurance Agency.
Pensacola investment Company ;?2000-For two blocks E. Government Street.

bayou. and on 1-> ; 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. Board and Rooms. PHONE 54 NO.'37 S. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L.FO.R. .-
slon of
car line.
O. H. D'ALEMBERTE City Manager. i I 4-
double when car ,- -
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I FURNISHED ROOMS with or without -- --
W. 1L INOWLIS, PresldenL P.. B. SIMPSON:) SscrJhry.KNOWLK ed. Wanted I board location 1 block
; Central ,
J.L ST1LLMAN, V..Pres. aal Gen. Manager. am Tmsursr. $ 500- -one block, East _I from'postoffice. Mrs. 3Iamie Cole, 116 -

Rael Estate, loans, General Investments.. 41250-Stoddart's.Quarter block, :: MOTTO:Honest weight and W. Intendencia; St.I 23may2w : SALEAll Will Double In
ing south by 137% dea'ings. California Evap
215 South Palafox Street Pensacola) Fhlda.w Ave. on car line. ; Peacnes: 15c per pound, 2 lbs. FOR RENT-One or two newly fur! kind of real estate for sale or
overlooks bayou. ; Calfornia Evaporated Prunes nished front rooms; southern exposure -rent. North Hill and Est Hill vacant -

51000-I lots, one a lbs., 3 Ibs. for 25c; fine London I ; with privilege of phone. Loca- lots. Some very choice ones at
ing bayou and RaisIns 2 ]lbs. for 25c; Heinz Ap I I ton desirable and near business center good bargains for homes or investment Value Insideof

1- line. A good : per crock 40c. E. B. Hoff- 422 W. .Gregory. ISmaylw w

--- -_ ,I __ __,___ LOOK THESE OVER. Son, 57 E. Gregory St Phone I One large lot on R. R. good factoryor
site. One water front
ISmaylin warehouse
'ANY OF THE FURNISHED ROOMS; Centrally lo make
no
could
lot that purchaser
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: From 12 to 16 Per Cent :AND QjOTS IN ON M1AKE OR'THE BLOCKS SOME" :: MARTHA for home WHITING mada preserves will take, clean cated.beds.St.Best Apply rooms 128 in %the East city 4maylm; cool Government -,'I mistake an. one to of buy.160 acres One, both 40-acre near farm Pen- a YearThat

sacola.
ANY MAN WHO HAS L and j Jlies. Address 521 ,N. I. brick business houses

t !:PROPEIRTY IN Phone 317. 19maylw THREE PLEASANT ROOMS to rent on Four Palafox choice St for sale. Fine invest- is what a great deal of real' "

JUA6T TWO YEARS. I with privilege of light house keep. ment property. Few .choice offices tate In Pensacola is going to do ani

On Your Money Isn'tBad t TELL YOU-- TO BUY< j Pensacola-The pubicp Bulging!: Association know that ing, 301 W. Chase. 3apr for rent. some of it is in the following list:
rich and I
FOR RENT. Turpentine men all get Half block in New
to follow the lead of tfce City, fronting
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for rent business for
!6 room house, near ; youn'g men who have estab- have good turpentine Calalonia! square. .. .. . ..$750
: on North Hill line location! boxes plenty
6 room house near car ; sale cheap, 15 crops
1 that modern and up-to-date very desirable. Apply 208 W. Gadsden round timber lease on which'together Half block In East King Tract, t In
Is It? DeLuna, treet, and that street. 25aprll with boxes good seven' years longer. settled neighborhood.$7QQ
LESLIE E. ; are an uptodate'and modern schedule of
Write or call and see One-fourth block on Toledo square,
f ; and have taken offices PLEASANT place to board on North property. New City .. .. .. .. .. .5300
;Phone 462 219 DeLuna St., and are Hill, on car line. Address No.8,
The 'investments we offer you here will bring you in that besides I I to serve the public In care Journal. 27mar Lots on 11th and 12th avenues, NPW
the property will also increase in value. A good. real. estate invest. line. General contracting H. T. CRAWFORD City at .. .. .... .. .. ..$2oc
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ment is the safest thing,in the world. hLLP f work a specialty! plans Old newspapers at five cents a bundleat 315% Couth Palafox; street. 200x132% feet on East Hill carlIne
4 houses all in good condition on North "A" street renting for -_....... furnished with es this office. They are all clean .. .... .... .. . ..$1250
$20.. Five lots 'go with houses. A 13 per cent. Investment. .$1800 TEAQinNG WANTED- I on short notice. Jas. M. and nice. Lots in East King Tract or West
One house No. 711 North "F" street lot 42x150 feet; rents for steady employment Mgr., L. Redenback. Asst. Tract
HOTELS.PARK King cheap
very and on easy
$5.00 per month; house in good condition a 17 per cent. investment fifteen logging teams. 8may tAtUt m.r terms.
W improved
.. .. .. .... ... .. ........ .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$350 good ground. Call on t Miscellaneous property in West
Three.houses on East Romana street; all in good condition and & R. H. Bonifay, -Second hand furniture aJtflJWJWVW awwunnflnt.wuJ----LWLrLr PARK HOTEL-Why pay $2.50 per King Tract, netting 10 per cent. on in.
vestmentSee
good renters. Renting for $14 per month; 15 per cent investment 24may. and sold. Ring phone 754 .NOTICE Having installed machinesfor day when.you can 'get as good room

.. .. .. .... .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .$1100 I at 112 S. Tarragona St H. C. the manufacture of galvanizediron and bed for 50c. Coolest place In us in regard to Lake View Hav.
Four houses on North Hayne street with 12 lots;., houses sold WANTED Unmarried: s ; 2may cornice skylights, cornice 'gut.I. Pensacola, and you can go out and get en Property. Prettiest place in New
under contract for $3200. bringing in $28 per month$2800 on premises. Wages ters; circular mouldings, etc., I am now what you want to eat. One block. from City and is on Bayou Texar.
One house and lot, No. 504 N. ''Q'' street house new and in good month. Apply 106 ON .BONTi-The American prepared to do sheet metal work of postoffice. '22may

condition. Renting for $6 per month.. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. ..$600 St : Company, of .New York is all kinds on short notice. {Satisfaction D. Hale Wilson & Co.
Two houses on the southwest corner of DeViiliers and Strong WANTED to Bonds execute and at this city with. aS3ured. Estimates cheerfully SUMMER BOARDERS-The Hotel Phone 234 15 South Palafox
streets. Renting for $14 month. Good Undertakings re work in 'or outside the city.
per renters and in good re given on is for spring and summer
penters $2.50 to 13.50 Hyatt now open
in thecourts
pair.. 9. .. .... .. .. .. ........ .. .. ... .. .. .. .. ....$1150 $3.25; blind sasl and ; I of coatracta..jVm and for. D.the Howe per- Chas B. Vetter, 18 W. Intendencia. trade. People who wish to rest

SOME NICE HO/Wvf $4. All for Tampa; 14% E. Government. St. Phone698. 25maylm and build up, the Hyatt is the place. FOR RENT
tions from any point; SANTA ROSA-Pavilion, L. S. S. offers Hotel Hyatt is the best and most up- .w--wrw w

Six rooms and hall cottage on East Gadsden street nice nergh. guaranteed. Boat sails the best- accommodation for to-date hotel north of Atlanta; beautifully FOR RENT Very cheap, a dfllghtful: J
about Tuesday, 22nd ."!-All' kinds oj electrical bathing and recreation to be found on located; plenty to eat; good location on bay shore, close to electric -
from .
boyhood, gas, bath. block car line .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1800
North per man. Also want for 'I sell alt; kinds electrical the Gulf of Mexico.' Launch Leclair spring water; cool nights; perfectly car; bathing and fishing Fine
Hayne: street 7 room and hall cottage, close in, larga lot,
sawyers, filers, and other)electrIcal supplies. leaves city wha-f daily at S:00 a. m. healthy; no mosquitoes no'malady; a place for camping parties, with plenty
every modern convenience good neighborhood i L .. . .$2500
ON LITTLE BAYOU. I 5) millwrights, bookkeepers you ,need 'uw rlt1 ',,345 or 95[ Phone 659. Chas.: H. Burton, M"gr.12may. home-like place to rest:; 87 miles of house room. (Apply Fisher RealEstate
room and hall cottage, lot 100x140, front- Peake. Star'Laundry: build north of Atlanta L. and N. railroad.D. .
ing on the water. House in fine condition.. .. .. .. .. .... ..$1500 raphers.' Act quick. Garden. : _ _ on Agency 206 'Palafox St.
; Ell Ga.
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pa work better wire us, .ii'P ". isdec.' Jf you will look around the house, M. Hyatt, Proprietor, jay. 25may.
American Registry Co., HOUSE DYEING. 19ma>::111' ,
Pressing you will find a lot of ways in which !
Fishervifle 1_20maylw_____ Cleaning Club} 21,2 N.DeVillers you can use old newspapers. You FOR RENT-Two story 8 room hous,
J. Davis, Prop. Your pat can buy them in any quantity at this with gas, hot and cold water, and all
WANTED Good
front.
I OLD MILL INN-on bay Opens
Nice building lots on the water the solicited; satisfaction guaran- office. They are put up in bundles, other modern conveniences. Address
and car line from $175 to $300 children. Apply, at. ; June 1. Large, airy and delightfully ,
Careful atte tionen. ladies' or apply 41 E. Chase street. lOma '
No dust here. Nice cool and pleasant. Lots in the MAXENT 20may. I Phone ',122ZT convenient to carry and sold at five cool. Good fishing, bathing and :
TRACT West of "C" also for sale. WANTED-Men and 8rei cents per bundle.MATTRESSES boating. First class table. On electric FOR RENT-Elegant two-story res.-:

learn plumbing, -We want your orders for AND FURNITURE car line. 15 minutes ride from city. deuce, corner Strong and Spring Sts.
The Car Line is Going to Colliding, We Are ToldIf laying. Special offer Art Calendars.0ver./ 300 or!. Mattresses made to. order; old ones Regular boarders and transients. Apply to C. H. Turner. lOnui.-
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ship fifty dollars, : designs td select from. All renovatei. New ticks furnished.) Terms reasonable. Address Old Mill

this is true here are 10 lots on North Baylen street for $2500 that position and union Mayes Printing.. Co., Pensaco Second hand furniture' bought and Inn, Pensacola, Fla. 4may FOR RENT Two very cebirable:
will bring $350 in a very short time. They are beauties. Let us free catalogue. Coyne' IGfeb. sold. Upholstering! and repairing done. stores on first floor of Manhattan
take you out to see them. Schools, New York C : 114 E. Belmont St., city phone 771. MOUNTAIN VIEW HOT Clarkes- hotel Corner Garden and Bat len.
ISmayly. HATS MADE NEW Panama Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis Mgr. ville, Ga. Netling among the mountains Just completed and arranged in first
Straw hats cleaned, pressed of North Georgia. An' ideal place class shape. For terms, particular.

LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR SALE. WANTED-Everyone The Journal has nice to, Panama 50c, straw hats TAILORING L. Diamond. Tailor. to rest. Scenery and climate unsur. ,Etc: apply Hooton & Watson. 29Apr

for sale cheap. fell hats 35c. Work guaranteed. Gents' clothing cleaned pressed and passed. Beautiful walks .and drives. FOR RENT-After May 1, furnished
THE COLLECTION OF RENTS A SPECIALTY I pers bundle. Louis 100 K Intendencia. repaired on short notice. No. 11% 365 feet piazzas. Accessible to raany I cottage at "All Bay." Address Bex
a West Government St., Pensacola, Fla. points of interest. No mosquitoes. 815, Pensacola. 28apr
THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY WANTED good Idee.J. Excellent table. IDmaylm I
: TED.-Ele.ctrlc work of ah kind. FOR RENT-Second UD
H. Turner, corner H. PORTER, sallmaner, 716 South story over
208 SOUTH PALAFOXST. PHONE len Sts. I ug! c:>an your fans. repairour: Palafox street. Orders taken for BROWN -HOUSE-DeFuniak Springs.,.I denstruth's Jewelry store. Sultabe!
da jour wiring etc. Paonj tents awnings, camp stools and home Good beds, airy rooms, elegant1meals for offices, sleeping quarters or storage -
WANTED-First-class Pensacola: Electric!! Co.. 205 a cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan. ; free. bath and, sample rooms.''I rooms. Lee Daniell. 24apr
-- I ored trade. Ring attention to traveling men.I
Special ,II
I FOR RENT-8-room, 2-story Cottage
call at Sylvester SHIP CHANDLERS McKinzle Oert. $2.00 day. J. R. Brown
Rates per
,t.- : dummy depot .-Tb.3 Mercaantt Transfer ing & Co.. wholesale and retail ship Prop. 318 W. Belmont Apply to Walkertrigraham.

I.- --- 24 aprL wants your moving and bauung. chandlers and grocers, only first-class 1 Apnl20
guaranteed. T. B. Tnor- house of kind in city. Fair prices to all HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for

Prp. Phone 978., ISJunelao. MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP- -Before laying your carpet.or matting I rent, suitable for furniture or other

A Home Savings I .-Hauling and transfer Willie- Mlm!?, Proprietor. Furni-- buy a supply of old,newspapersto I goods, 104 and 106 South Tarragon ;
St. Phone 630
SOn
Office phone 363; residence' ture repairing of all kinds, carpets put underneath and protect it. Only 1
'WANTED: position 390. Acosta '& White. 22-23 N. laid, furniture packed for shipping five cents a bundle' at this office. WANTED.-Real Estate for sale of J
OVER 10,000,000'AMERICAN PEOPLE PAY INDUSTRIAL: INSURANCE road camphor saw ona St. 25mar. Phone 63* Next to Tampa Landing. rent: lea a or exchange. Your business -;
"Cook," Journal. 22ApriI. respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson ;
care
AND ARE PREPARED FOR THE EXPENSES OF SICKNESS: FERRELL HOTEL SneadS, FloridA.
.-The public to know that Real Estate Agent, 22% W Government
AND DEATH.American. WANTED-Your Rates $2.00 per' day, Nice rooms,
'I Pensacola newspapers can be bought at CARRIAGES repaired and Horse repainted.shoeing good beds, table the best. J. M. Fer- street, Room 7. Salisbury
Floats built to order. -
building. Phone 172. 23jan
bundle.
officefor five cents a They
315% S. Palafox St. a specialty. J. G. Welsh CarriageCo. 'ell, Prop. 17apr
Life Insurance clean and nice.
: Company 23may.. 27teb

UPRIGHT PIANO to exchange HJTEL VERNON tea 12 per day. Money to Loan.
la the only straight life, legal reserve company organized in Florida. TED-Posltion! by lot on East HilL Address P. REGULAR HACK LINE-From Chip- Special rate by, week. Special at. __ N'
man having good ley, making connections with mail men.. :
207. SOmar tention to traveling Free sam-
HOME OFFICE, TAMPA. CAPITAL STOCK- $500,000 ing to do most launch for points on Stl Andrews bay. pIe room. Mrs. J. P. Mauldin, Prop.: MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody bo?
Luke's Alley. .-A. R. BIngham wants Extra'teams for traveling men. Good rows money from Jno. A. Hall &
ISSUES ENDOWMENT AND LIFE POLICIES FROM $50 TO $10,000 moving and hauling. He JUII' horses, comfortable vehicles. Call on I5apr. Co., 16 E. Government street. Whfia
WANTED-Board and s all breakage. Phone 630. or address J. C.' Sinclair Chipiey Fla.I need call on us. 9f:=bln

,I -Pensacola Office: Brosnaham-..--- Building! vate bath by man -To sell a lot of old papers Telephone No 74. 28apr HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open' all the MONEY: LOANED on all kinds of per-
.. -- vate family. 'Address : 5c a bundle. Apply at this of I year. American and European plan." roaal property on short notice.

.. 835 City. They are all whole, clean and Special summer. rates. First-class in Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2V,
.. r LOST I every respect. ,Pleasant and convenient -I Romana. Phone 1165. Ifeb
isAL.: WA.NTED-To hear' Mrs. T. L. Bowen, Prop., Pen
-To buy old gold and sil estate
Fla. : MONEY TO LEND-On good real
that wants a New LOST-A feold 1 4 leaf clover stick pin,I'I sacola ISapr
broken up stuff regardless of security, or on good collateral
cash with diamond in center lost
MOSQUITOES 10 lots in (beautiful New City block.I Waddell cyclopedia, Box, 618, or Cash paid. Lightman & Klein! day while on depot car. ; Tues'l THE BROWN HOUSE-AIry rooms :at lowest rates. Leslie EBrOOkS
Southern exposure. Excellent E. Wright Phone 1127. Fisher building. 21JM
view of' 16may2w return to W. W. Richards at court good beds. Free 'baths and sample
bayoo'and bay. A pretty site for a house. 24maylw room. $2 per day. Special attention MONEY LOANED on all kinds of p\?
home.. .. ..- .. .. .. .. -All owners of poultry to '
PATENT APPLIED FOR .$1800 WANTED The public to traveling men., J. R. Brown Prop., sonal property on short notice.
that we are agents for the eel- LOST OR STRAYED-One large'grey
At all| Druggists. $450. we can do all DeFunlak .Springs. Fla.: ISmarlm Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstair
MUS-QUIT-U MFG. CO., Buys one wboey. block of 20 lots on float building, horse" Conkey's Poultry Remedies mare mule. When she disappeared 28!%' South Palafox St.. Phone. H"DO
.
Fla. East HilL None better as an invest. G. Welsh Carriage Co. to cure 'rupe, cholera she,had on a, baiter. Reward for return : ?
Jacksonville, ment. and to kill fleas, I'ce and mites. to E. B. ,Acosta &.Co. 24may CENTRAL HOTEL CHIPLEY .Op.
FOR RENT.- .. their wonderful.egg producer.. F. depot Large and well lighted UNLIMITED amount 01 money to IOU
Five room: cottage East STTUATJON &1 Co. Phone No. 234. LOST-Gold filed watch and fob; Elgin rooms. Free sample room. :Meali at on all kinds of personal property.
: For Farm Turpentine Gregory lady, position Special rates to business men on large
St. .. S4 ? **.,, .. .. .. .. ....js.oo aged. works;*15 jewels. Initials on I all hours. Special attention to traveling .' loans. The New York Loan Co, 2014
hotel private
Timber Lands I in fob .J. C. P.. number of case men. $2.00 per day. J. M.. Tug-
LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITY : house or to care for the ,best meats will not-cost you any number of works 7548609. $ 6118382'1( gle Prop. ISmarlm South ,Palafox.
I C. '
R.
YAEGERNo. .
Address Mrs. -
Call on or AddressTurner' children. than the poorest kind if you ward for return to Williams store, -
202 Thelten Bldg. Phone 685. The Journal. at the right place. Vegetables Jackson and DeViHers Sts., 23maylwLOST
& Aymard ,. beef, pork etc. Gartland &: jl CHIPLEY HOTEL -Can Setterllnd. For Sale. .-'"
MATTRESSES cor. Baylen and Intendencla.' Mouse color Prop. Special attention to commer.
Real Estate: and Abstrat Co. (grey) cow, May
P. 0., Box 115 DeFuniak Springs Fla Escambla Lodge, No. 15, F. & A. M. tick furnished if 1132. 24may; 17th from premises of Chas. Ahrens, cial travelers. Free sample and bath FOR SALE-One fine mantel, folding
Special communication of teed. Crapet taken I 32 east Romana St. Horn on left side rooms. Large rooms: with good beds. bed (latest) sitting chairs, tab car
"'- C Escambia Lodge, No 15, F. & laid if desired. bent. Liberal reward for return toowner $2 per day. ISmarlra riage, dishes, cooking utensi's, etc.
NOTICEB. (G A. M., will be held Friday Green & WaUon. Found _. IShnaylw* :Apply 816 E. Jackson St. 25ma1wmaY1w'
: evening.! May 25th. at 7:30 w'.J-rJ'r'ru' J1J'Jt.J
BAY HfTEL.-opeu algal and FOR SALE. LEASE OR REST
L. Gladden is rio longer in our o'clock. Work In M. M, Degree. Visiting SECOND HAND -() black and tan dog. Own LOST-Gold square medal, with blue European plan. Rooms light day.and Houses on water front at Little Bayou

C employ brethren fraternally Invited. ED-Highest price may have same by applying at 4s enamel on face, and engraved on clean. Transient trade solicited. near car line. "Good bargain,
HOOTON & WATSON. C. D. BEYER.. M. clothing only. Sell and paying cost of this no- back. Reward for return Sol Cahn & 575- 7S 6. Palafox. Jas8.. NIcola Apply to Phillip Hannah. Little Bayou
Jlmaylw, W. G BAILEY, Sec Dress suits for rent, 9 !5mnya Ot.'! -'ore. 17iray Prop. 9may3w



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I Double Your Money Arrived.Nordstiernnen _.'. lAUSlEYS I COMPANY, I AND f'":


Nor ship, 1,635. jl jlOak
Iratfien La Guayra to W. S. Keyser COAL
COMMISSION BROKERS
& Co ,

i All kinds of real estate in West Florida are steadily and rapidly Ital Cleared.' bk, "1,508.. &hlar.I I. and pine wood, in any size. Ah. ;

r increasing In price, and there is. no chance to lose if.you invest your MOBILE'ALADAMA.MARKETS. I fine Precursory,for Genoa '-with 513,000 feet sawn : II WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. : grades of coal for sale. We are now ,'; J

money in it Prices have more than doubled within: the :past three I timber and 467,000 feet sawn' lumber i, located at Ocosta & Co.'s old stand. ;1
vears. We have some nice offerings in all kinds of real estate in feetafcewn timber. I
and 3,021 cu
;:
I Either large or small tracts.e. .. can YOUR-lands. ; .no -matter r i Clematis, Belgian, 2,267, Leneora Private Wires N. Y., N. 0", and Chicago. E. C. SEWELL & CO., 19Phones :
where they are for Bristol with 9/m barrels rosin
\ and 1Q4032. galkirfs' turpentine; for 614 and 363 F-n
I IBought f'
Ijondon with'16,811 barrels rosin and I: COnONSTOCESGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS I. if'

BUTLER. & SIMMONS. j Naval Stores. 323,737 gallons turpentine. \' .;I'

:' Savannah, Ga., May :24.-Th9 naval and Sold Investment. Florida
for
VESSELS IN PORT. on Margin or and Alabama f
'stores market closed today as follows: .
LAWYERS AND REAL, ESTATE AGENTS, WW .... .. .. .. .. .. .4 85 to 4 90 Steamships.Clematis .. i

:WG.. .. .. .. .. .. ... ...4 SON Belgian ss, 2267, Leenaers, t Reference: First National and Peoples Banks Phone 1173 LAND COMPANYManufacturers

: CHIPLEY FLA. ., .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. ..4 75 Antwerp to S. P. Shotter & Co. -
M.. .. .. .. .. .. C.. ... ... .4 70 Exmoor Br sa Storehouse. 2297, .................................... of [

K. .. .. .. .. .. I. ..4 65I. Madiera to Hyer Bros., and Dealers inI
--- -s .. .. .. !? .. .. .... .40 Gracia, Span .ss Ruiz, 2122, Port I LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES .

'-- _.-- --.. H.. .. :. .. ..- .. S.-,:\.-.4 60 Tampa to Gulf Transit Co. AND KILN-DRIED SAP.
4 .E i:;.. ... .. .. ,. S. ..4 50 to 4 5'2Y.z Ida, Span ss 2267. LIverpool to S. I- --- -'.

For Sale F. . .. .. .. S. .. .4 50 P. Shotter & Br'ss'1952 Co.
--w E. .. .. ... .. ... .t .. .. ..4 35 Kirfcwood Tulloch Rio Professional Directory
FOR SALE Large.concert hall phon- D. .. .. .. .. S. .. ..4 00 de Janeiro to Keyser 1480&: Co. ..... .. ,
Bohndorf "MONEY
Louise Ger ss Antwerp IN THE BANK"
ograph in first-class condition cheap. S. A. Friedman's Saloon, 331 So. Pala- Spirits Turpentine 59 to 59Y.J cents.JOBBERS' .
fox St. 24ma Teodoro de Larrlnaga, Br as, Carroll T G.YATESMIDI
>
2998, Manchester to Gulf Transit ,,
Company
FOR SALE OR TRADE! One Eclipse OPTICIAN

have Gas you Range to in offer good? condition.:Address Stove What, QUOTATIONS Ships. is a sort of password to a man's reliability 306 THIESEN BUILDING -

care Journal 24may3t PENSACOLA PRODUCE Canara Itl ship, 1495, Repetts, Genoa in the business world. It gives greater independence -

;. to Master. in and ;:;
thought action adding WM, D. HOWE .
Brit
Harvest ship
:WANTBDTo> sell a fine pet mock- Queen Forsyth,
ing bird, one !year old; fine singer; As a whole the local produce marketis Rio Janlero to order. snap and ginger to your movements. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR LAN

state: what you are willing to pay for in excellent shape, though a declineis With your money on deposit in the First 14/2 EAST GOVERNMENT ST,
such a' bird. Address 'Mrs. Hattie noticed iI). new Irish potatoes. The Barks National have the
[ advantage of a big
FiournoyLockbart. Vila. 23maylw. ."spuds" dropped" from $4.50 per bar i. Antigua Nor bk 1348, Ferguson, you ,
Save both by conferring with us rel to $3.50 per barrel and are also New Orleans to A. Zelius. strong institution whose policy is to give

when out to 'buy REAL:ESTATE. See'FOR,SALE.-Lumber is; now,ctieap at quoted at $1.15 per bushel. Sweet potatoes Dharwar,. Sw.eed' bk., 1271, Olss'en, the same careful attention to the small depositor :-
as about some of the following: l ,Joel Frater'.s .lum.l er "yard"'on' Bay are scarce, la: fact the ,market Rio' Janeiro to )t. H. Boyer. r
Store N. DeVillier streetrenting f len street wharf. Get his' prices ant. is "clean of this commodity King Malcolm, It bk GuS, 1233, Ge- as to the large,one.

for $180 per year. ,.$1.5 0 I build you a home before prices. .advance Lemons 'sboW" a slight advance. Taken r.oa to Iluges fc' Co.
House on North" "C" street cheap, : which is sure to come. : all together the market: Is'firm and Luisa, ItaL bk. 1591, Montano from '; ..
;
t
.. .5600 23maylm. steady with a good demand for all artides Nolloth to master. 'r"''I \: ". -. ,.
House on East Aragon! street only quoted.: Local quotations follow Lake Erie, ItL bk., 928. Efigan, Bas-

.,.$650 FOR : som to Master
SAUB-Pair 5
98 of good farming land a, spotted ponies Port SonoclAn Uruguay bk, 1112,
acres
years 'old, sound and gentle. Donkey Butter, Western Creamery 25 to..26c .
bargain at .51000Four I and cart;; Just the thing for chll Butter.Renovated., 00' .20 to 21c Ferres, Mentevideo! to German American

blocks in West King Tract.each. ,t dren. One cheap farm horse one good Cheese ... ," .. .. .. ". ..14% to 15cEg Ubr. Co. FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
..51000We I I mule. Hinman. & Hecker Century. gs... ... ... I.... ..17 to 18c Paalo. Anselo, Ital bk 1136, Bezzo.
have numerous other proper Precureore, Itaibk, Scblafflno, 1508
Fla. Grown Chickens, doz. $5.00 to $6.00(
ties listed with us and it would pay 23may. 00 Genoa to Rosasco Bros.
you to consult us "before making'your I Ducks per .dozen.$5.50 to $6.00 Rebecca Crowell. Am bk 491, Daw PENSACOLA, FLA.W. DR.J. H. MOCK
investment I FOR SALE/-A round bottom boat Irish Potatoes per bu. .. 85 to 92c Porto Rico to J. L Kelly & Co.

We are in receipt of advices from I copper fastened, 16 ft by 5 ft. 5 8 New Irish Potatoes, per bbl $3:50 Sterling, No ,bk, Ellepsen, Lablta H. KKOWMS: Pre I. W.K.Hr.a,Ja.,V.-Pre.and Ca31 er.
the fire insurance companies represented inches beam. Apply to C. P. Gonzalez $1.15per bushel. Bay to order. : T. W, BRENT! and W.N. ROBIRTS, Asst. Cashier Dental SurgeonCrown
by us "That all losses in Cal Bohemia, Fla., 23maylw* Squash- per hamper .. .. .2.25 DrsiCTOES 0. Brent W. D.A.G.Blouut Brent.\Y. H. Knowlaa, W. K. flyer, Jr

ifornia conflagration will be promptlypaid Beans per hamper. .. .. ... .$2.75 Schooners.Annie and Bridge Work a Specialty.! -
and that THEY WILL CONTINUE FOR :NICE JUICY TENDER MEATS, New Onlonsper_ bag .. .. ..$1.25! : Painless Extracting of Teetiv- ;44
choice Fancy Groceries ring M. Brit schr. 397 Carter. 28J/2! S. St. ,
TO FURNISH ABSOLUTE phone Onions"; yellow per bu..90c to S1.0C Palafoj :
INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY, 718, Moyer on the square, cor. Govern Onions redper bu. ." 90c to $1.00 Mantos to.J.AVMerritV''Co.Donna 7 and 9 Old Armory Building .
FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE FOR' ment and :'Alcaniz.! 20 pounds standard Louisiana and Alabama : Cabbage, 2 Christina, Am scb, McLeod, Phone 1077.

ALMOST ONE HUNDRED 'YEARS. [ :graulated.'sugar $1.00. Gophers '"bbl. crates,-."' r2.25 to, $2.50Strawbeniles .165"aJHukI1Amseh Cardenas.i! I' 669 Staples City of-Pensacola Improvement BondsDenomination _ _ _ _-_- .tt..- :' ".,.
Protect your home and business chickens all kinds Of vegetables ., quart.-.7.1. .10 to 12&cLemons York toLerder.-t ;
against loss by fire by insuring with :Prompt delivery. 23maylw .. .. .. ..*r.. V.$4.50'to $475 l'oew. '; ,'IT-_; ;
:as. 1000.00 Each. DIRECTORYr;
FOR SALE Good .mule for sale Leslie The"Ofe Insurance. ; .'.
ESCAMBIA REALTY CO. E. Brooks. 20maylw TIMBER.MARKET muddle -has started me public to Dated Jan. 1,1906. Maturing Jan., 1936. Redeemable Jan., 1926. Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. ;I

thinking. The wonderful success that Interest Payable Semi-Annually. Joppa Lodge, No.6, I. 0. O. F., '..jt.,
2041/j.! S. Palafax Street.TeJphoneiO52. '. FOR SALE' -Wagon' nearly. new;, 3: The..timber market as far.as lumber has Balla d'sirJorehound meets every Tuesday evening at 7:3'1 ?
1
..."" r'o: I inchtires.Will.sell for cash or. on: i.s concerned is steady and firm witha ) met Syrup o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall. Belmont :' ;'r-'4
General agents for .St te fot.Home I In.Its crusadeji'a"-Roughs,; IuAuen?a. We Offer For. Sale These Bonds Subject to .
time G. E. Bredt cor. 9th Ave. and: strong demand. "Sawn timber has Bronchitis ancf and Baylen street. Visiting brethren I !
troubles
Life Insurance Co.. of New York.: 12th St. 20maylw. dropped within the past week, thoughit -has started'"the ll Pjilmonary public to' thinkingof "" Prior Sale in Amount to are cordially invited. ;:t.. :

,is thought that the. decline is only this wonderful preparation Theyare T. H. FLEETWOOD, N. G. : i ii',
WANTED-To sell, fine temporary and that the market will J. W. Sec 1.
a pet mawing &: Join'the'. processIon Suit Purchaser. GINGLES :
SaleWvuvuwnnnJnn.nnnnnsunLntrntftrttnngnJJu.t all "using
For \
bird, one year old; fine singer; state I again"forge ..ahead. and down wittt< sicknessPrice 25c, 31Jan6m. ,i _' ...
:;
what you are willing to pay for such a, No large sales of any kind were reported Invited. .
FOR SALE-A lot of old newspapers.Put bird.' 'Address Mrs.' Hattie. .Fourn! &yi during'ihe.w.eeli: 50c"and fl.cfwbY! ; : all. druggists.',' Correspondence Pensacola Lodge, NO. 3, K. of E Ii I

up in buudles convenient for Lockhart, Ala. ISmaylw noL'- meets every Monday evening at J ;. i
carrying. Only five cents per bundle.!l AUSLEY_ .A{ CC&V' RPORTUy@rp.ol ROUND-TRIP SUMMER THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA o'clock at their temporary Castle Hat '.("','''

Apply this office. FOR SALE' Fine piece of-land close! over Pou stable: W. Intendencia St :. .''i.,
hand'', to city. Phone 285 or call at 1102E. Cotton MarfctL and Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. ;;j;- ;:';
FOR SALE-500 good second Clow J. A. KIRKPATRICK, C. C. '(. .
G dsden. ISmaylw Jan.-**._. PENSACOLA FLA. .
barrels suitable for salting and packing .., 6.69 ,
fish and all other purposes. We I Wx-Mar....................; .... 5.70 CONVENTION RATES H. HORSLER K. of R. & S 'jt,: .

buy, repair and sell all kinds of second FOR SALE-Second hand upright Mar-AprU. Round trip auinuiel' excursions from : t L\
piano in good condition. A bargain. Aprll-Miy.-. 554Julyinput Meetings of the .
hand barrels. Vucovich CooperageCo. Apply 409 W. Garden St. 18may M&y4tLn...............................:.... 11.94 all points east to Pacific coast and 449k.. Knights of Columbus "'.,.
., 9 S. Alcaniz St. Phone 235; residence :ua.J..l ............................. .... 1.1&' northwest from June 1 to September No. 5603.C. KoI: C. are held at their hall, )" L.',
phone 591. 17maylm FOR. SALE-&>me good paying stock ...................... _.. ......5.14Uf1LIIMptmbv \ 15,. with special stop-over privileges, W. LAMAR. President. JOHN PFEIFFER Assistant Cashier. No. 8 West Ictenden- ::; .
CITY MAPS FOR SALE Hooton &|j I in western bank.' Will transfer for ......,................ 6.S good returning to October 31, 1906. M. ECLARKVi e. r sldent and Cashier. J. W. ANDREWS. Assistant Cashier. cia street, on every. : ;",.YJ ,
.if location is suitable. September-October .,.8.75 N. B. A. meeting at Los Angeles, ) Monday evening at >
Watson have Just received a large good property I iober-NOTember ............ ...... I
170 9-13.
July 7:30() o'clock.
supply of the latest city showingall If interested address. H. A. im ., An invitatlon :
maps Xor6tnbr-Deetmb ...... ..1.88 at Denver Colo. THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
Elks meeting July ia
of the subdivisions. The maps are Box 3, Pensacola) Fla. DtowRber-JannAry .&.08 1621. to visiting Knights. extended i} '. .-
official and down to date and are 16maY2w.1 Liverpool Spots,615. :
'
mounted on heavy linen. Regular NOTICE TO Summer rates to Colorado June 1 OF PENSACOLA fLA. JOHN B. JONES. "

price. $2.50; special price on lots of wishing to make a run Now York Cotton; ; Market to.September'30. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. J. S. LEONARD, Grand Knight f

five or more to agents or real estate should supply themselves with a. bottle Open High .Low QlO' Hotel MeJ! Convention, Portland, CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. Recorder. '{t; ;t, .
Now Is the to ore. 'June 5-28.
of'PLUTO.
season -
men. Hooton & Watson.Smay January 1061 10.10. 10.80 10.83 :
prepare your stomach and liver May 11.38 11.88 U.84 Use the splendid through serviceof DIRECTORS. Daughters of Rebekah. .:
1XR: SALE-Large ice box suitable': against all diseases. Pluto will do it. July 11.11 1L15. 11.08 ILU JJ.33 the Southern Pacific from New Or. Naomi Lodge No. 10. Daughters of f' .
for grocsry store or market and For sale by all druggists and grocers August 10.85 10.90 10.8 10.90 leans; Union -Pacific' from Kansas Henry L, Covlngton, Frank Reilly F. E. Brawner Rebekah meets every Monday night j : :. ,
soda fount with 20 syrup cups. All In: wholesale by Jas MC lugn. October............10.38 19.84 10.65 10.63 City or Chicago. J. M. Pfeiffcr W. S, Rosasco, C. W* Lamar, at 8 o'clock in I. 0. 0. F. hall Visit. : 1 ,. "
good condition. Will '-seir ..cheap"of.., '.. December..lO 10.64 '10.85 10,61 'Through Pullman tourist exchange for: other-' Prop rty.- Apply FOR -SALE-Fine 'pot -> flowers.- New TDZ. epota. 11.90 "- Washington, Atlanta- Montgomery, A. M. Avery,. W. ". MiUon 0. E. Maura, .
T. J. Bucey, 1021, Ninth' -avenue." '], Apply 1468 -E.' Gadfden St. or'phone Wheat ,',' etc., and from St. Louis and Chicagoto W. L. Canthon,. Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzIe Oertlng MRS. B. R, WITKOVSKI -
Trnaylm -j,853 6-rln'gs.! 'Mrs. J. J.-Rogers. 'Open Hlfh Low. Clew California : Alex r.tcGo"in, C. M. Covington M-.E. Clark. MISS WILLIE KENDRICK Sec. :.

FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire, X.,_...... 58;( 86X 83 88 .for literature infor $3.00 and $5.00 the Private department
13maylm. :'Wrtte me and Safety deposit boxes for rent at J2.00, year.
JaIT..........-81K 8SH M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first and ; .
Six
of
hogs; best breeding. Ask for 88X mation. in connection for the convenience of customers. t
third Wednesday
evening at 7:30
catalogue. Carl Setterlind Chlpley..* FOR SALE Fine hotel site; best situation Corn. J. F. VAN RENlSSELABR,, RaSord Hall No p. ,,';';.
10.
m., West; Intea-
Fla. hotel Op n High Low Qlets cent interest Paid on Time Deposits.
for
tourist Four
in the
city -
a General :Agent, per
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FOR SALE OR fi"-Two lighters-; 130. feet fronting south b'y112 feet July-. ..'7J}< 473i 47. 4'1X 48)t 124 Peachtree St., Atlanta. Ga. I A. G. FELL, Pres. l''S
one with capacity for 75 thousand ft.' deep on East Government'street" over. R,, O. BEAN. T. P. A. J. L. SWEENEY. Sec. '
lumber, the other thirty thousand Capacity -''looking Seville square anI!' Adams New York Stock Market 0 W ELY, T. P. A. .
Rates reasonable. Also two street with oJt'1view: .. of Pen cola Open aes.SoatheTuFMoifle. ------- Pensacola Lodge No. 4, 1. 0. 0. F. ,
skiff boats for'sale-cheap, 22 ft. long, bay, $10,000 will buy the property .............. 64J eCopper. :: : L HILTON OBEBSPKMn>ax* T. B. WRLLUS.: ViOB-PB&8IDMt. Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. 0. O. F. ; "
a ft. beams. Telephone or write J. A. 1apr.I ....? 107 108U against 83 the previous year. In this 1 B )[. UUNFLi1i 4.aIZL MANSFIELD MORJENO: ,r.OUIII1Ul meets every Thursaarveiling at 7:36: '; '
C&affin & Co.. Milton. Fla. 25mar A.8.B..... .iS134A ltah average of 77 Texas is 69. Now the at the new hall on Belmont and Bayle"f):
I WANTED-To 'loan, money on your .......................... ssii 89 Cotton Growers' Association gives Citizens National Bank streets. Visiting brethren cordially -"
ON THE HIGH LAND-Ea.st Hill electric watches, Jewelry and personal ef .!.B:. 153 that' state an acreage of 7,723,000 of PeneacoU. Florida.OIUCIOftS invited. E. GREENBLATT. '.
car line, six Jots 100 ft., front fects. Highest cash price for old gold R.R.T. 80i< 81X against 7,311,000 lat year, an lu- J. NEVILLE Secretary. ,
by 137% deep, corners $700, Inside and silver. Lightman &.Kleln, 106 E B..t 0 ........................ 108" 1Iria. crease of 417,000, Texas produces approximately Bear. '1'.K.Welles. Biz M. KoWnson. L. Hilton Gre,a. ;
lots $600. There are no better situauons wright. Phone 1127. ........................... 44" 66JC. one third of the crop and Q M: W.Wright. Morris W. 0. VV. -
than these lota. A. V. Clubbs. .r.1" Sl 61X the condition to b9 given June 4th Is A CENtRAL BANKING BVSINCSS TRANSACTS Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. U. W. .
JCST-RECEIVED-Large snipment ol FOR SALE.Nice, clean old newspa U!. 8-...... 40()) 40HU. more likely to exceed the average -J----- meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd
imported Olive OIL Retail by pint pers. All whole-and .useiul-at homeor .&, pr.f erred....,*.... m 6 ..1OB.i. than to fall 8 points below as was the Wednesdays la each month. Visiting
gallon or larger quantity. O. Morasso in your store. Only five cents, per ...,..tL.AX No Sale case last season. Last year the con .- .._ on --'-:':-: ; sovereigns cordially invited.
& Co., ship chandlers an South' Palafoi. 4oct. 14.&d..o. T63. 7634 Descending scale until it finally -
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; FOR SALE-Second hand 25 H. P. M.P.-. t34 84Met touched 68.8; the year before It was .. LESLIE ,' ."
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Those! boiler. Will sell Ill 1111CaLPao. 1' K.Caoy"C.A.EI.: db CO.J. ::; .Y,
cheap.
wishing to make a successful run! Method Apply to ...................... 15914 16934 on the ascending scale until it reached ,
should supply themselves with New Laundry.. ISApril N.Y.O ....................... 138% 1Ui" 91.6 in August. and then, commenced Whol.asle aid Retail De4l i in .i-.

tie of PLUTO. Now. is the season a bot-j to'I FOR 'SALE-Nlce, clean ;old! newspapers P.O .......................... *No 8&1. The commercial to drop: crop will be about Steam, Domestic, Anthracite COAL Pensacola, St Andrews and .

prepare your stomach and liven" at five cents a"bundle.l' This office :IiL i'D.O P .,.......................... 1S3 161 ( 133 li.OOO000-bales with the poorest of and Blacksmith Gulf Steamship Go. i
against all diseases. Pluto will, do it ; 2.1.-........................ 24 JII conditions and lesser acreage than omce-No. 43 South Palafoz street Telephone 93.
Pot sale by all druggists and'grocers. AUTOMOBILES. an' agent for the 15.B......,..:,.. :37J4'; : 3SH this ')'Mr. We can see nothing insgbt..othep v.rJ corner Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones 6 and 37! STEAMER TARPON. 1
wholesale by Jas
McHugh. ...- .. -. : than to warrant the belief ,
lpe'Mfg Co. and can s llou, autos T.Ot---::=; ; ;;; 11934 15134 .MF
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property. in all parts of the city. horses -to keep up. They can 'be run1 Uf.;, ___._ ......J 6. 14934 unlej there be come decidedly unfavorable S FIRSr-CLA: PASSENUEilFREIGHT SERVICE ANb

J. A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents, in sand .or anywhere a horsa can -go.. developmentThe
operation of causes now existing -.Dewvl11- I .
Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone *
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Leslie Ausley & Cc's. Daily Cotton -Letter.
HI nuy be obstructed for the time nIshEvcrythingThaEnterInto PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHI.
23JanFOR r FOR SALE-Ten: -new- and second New York Hay 24.-The market in being but reasoning from cause to effect We COLA. CARRABELLE ST. AN. .
; SALE-Three yoke of oxen and second hand office safes different 'Liverpool. proved about M e*pectecf we believe that prices will eventually Construction of DREWS M1LLVILLE
log cart; good team in good condition sizes, best-makes at bargain prices. this morning spots. being reduced 1 ) give way .and that sales will the a Building. ; And all point on St Andrews Bay,

: and working every day. Price Scarritt Moreno. ,'. office East Govern- point on. sales of .12,000 balfts while prove profitable. Last year at this CarrabeHe and Apaiachlcola.SCHEDULE' .
1300. Call on-or write'J. A. Chaffln &1 ment St -- 24mar contracts were advanced some 3 time _it was a debatable proposition From Foundation to Shingles." :.
Co.. Milton Fla. points but the evidence was conclusive whether we were trying to grow hay Leaf Feiitacota sunday, ':30 y,
: i 29aprlmj j SALE-A fine piece of water for Mobile, AlL .
FOR that th, demand for the actual or cotton. now; the crop is generallyfree H
IXR SALE-Lady's saddle, extra; front proper ', 50 feet front on West stuff had not abated in the least On of grass and fairly well cultivated It will be to your pecuniary interest to get our priceson Lie ave Pensacola, Tue da,. ':30 p

good; fine Shepherd dog: also' Bay Shore at the foot of Clubbs street, this sdlo! prices ruled fairly steady but end conditions _generally favor lumber, cement, paints, varnish, hardware etc. m for St Andrews, MillyUle, Apaacalcola -. f:'
brand new Century Encyclopedia and with a 4 room house, front and back there was very little trading the'market able. Speculation bowever, seems to [ Carrabelle and intermediait ...
Wctionary! Address 1102 East Gads- gallery has 'a /nice wharf about 250 fluctuating on narrow! .lines and b; dormant and until tome activity points. .z !
dea. _St.:. or phone :2S5., Smay'' feet long, running,out to deep water was excd3dingly dull and uninteresting. is In evidence we can see nothing in Saunders Mill Company For additional Information R. apply t J 'J- "
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from the front gate.. For a few days the. market in either direction. At SAUNDKR3 .. .
?OR) SALE-22 foot gasoline launch 5 only it will be watered at. only $1500 :)1r. Price will issue a condition r& the present it is essentially a scalp- 21 East Harden Street. B. B. COBB PrMldmtr "
717. Pass.
H. P. engine. W. A. Brunet, War20maylw cash. Apply to' Jos I. Johnson, at port on Friday ana 1in! this conpection: Ing'affair with the range hardly broad Phone --- -- Gen. Frt Pensacola and na.0' .Agt :1.
r ton. L. Friedman. *: Co's store. 5may we give the average last season:.'T7.1 enough: to warrant transactions. I EF -
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N4.e4'..0.:..A.g.A.: : .:O M:MSOt M:-t<+:+:+:+:...:...:+:+:+:+4+ MARIANNA AND RIVER JUNCTION joint policy .on husband and wife, amount named to -be paid

Summer MAY 28. 1906. to the survivor In case of death of either one. The Equitablehas
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647 Following Is.'a'listlof! .the. deeds. recorded never failedto promptly perform every contract:
There was only one game In the Chicago .. ...' .... ..22 12 interest on the P> & A. R. R.. Will
Southern league yesterday New Orleans :Pitts burg .. .. ..20 13 606 leave on regular -passenger train 'on yesterday reported by the
and Montgomery and the Pelicans 'Philadelphia .. ... ..21 16 569 Monday morning,; May 28, and return Pensacola Abstract Co.: Insurance, Knowles Bros. Gen l Aits
triumphed over the men from St. Louis .. .. .. ..16 19 457 on 30. Fare for round trip to Marian- Fire, Life Pensacola
ShirtsIf 'Slepyville by a score of 3 to 1. Cincinnati .. .. .. :.15 21 417 i River Junction Maxent Land Co. to L. S. Brown'
Commencing to-day will witness a Boston .. .. .... ....13 "-, 20 394 na Fare and from Milton same$2.50.as from Pen lots 21, 22 and 23 in block 193 in the _. _
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shift of scenes. The western clubs Brooklyn .. .. .. .10 26 278 sacola. Purchase your tickets at the 'Maxent Tract., .$500, and other consid- < :
will inaugurate the invasion of the ticket office. erations.
solid comfort eastern end of the circuit. Shreveport Results.
Yesterday's
want
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just drop in and see our New Orleans and Memphis, Pittsburg 6; Boston 5. For further information ROBT.apply KING.to W% Qf ,lot 158, block 22, Old City .IN11.1...O1.11N1...N 1....4.............. ......e11iN98QQX
1 handsome line of negll- three of the four western teams lead St. Louis 11; Philadelphia 1. :| $22.45. i A :
gees-''Percalefi, Madras the league in the order named. There New York 6;. Chicago 5. : -- A. V. Clubbs to J. W. Bullock. Jr., Iron Works I
Soft White.Stuffs and the, will be a two weeks campaign and Al Selbmch. : lots 11 to 20, inclusive In block 211, I and Supply Co.
regulation white dresJ.We've then it will be determined which is American League. Al Selbach, the Boston left fielder and lots 11 to 20, inclusive, in block Manufacturers and
the stronger, the eastern westernclubs Won Lost Pet. f Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS 1
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studied the shirt has given bowling. He was an expert 212 New City Tract $1000 and other ,
up FORGINGS, MILL AND
STEAMSHIP
as 'both will have played in Philadelphia .. .. .21 10 677 SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP f
business a long time and each end of _the circuit 'Cleveland .. ... .. .20 11 646 and two winters ago played In considerations. REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all orders I
we believe we have the New York. .. .. ..17 13 667 exhibition and match games In many tM xent Land Co. to Thos. Peble/ !i day or night Agents for James JIcKay &; Co.'s celebrated Log and I
New Orleans will in
best assortment ever seen ham, while Little Rode open will Birming-playin Detroit .. .. .... .....17 14 548 ,cities from Columbus Jo' the Pacific lots 23 and 24 in block 153, .Maxent i. Timber: Dogs also chains, of all ,descr1pt'-ens. Office phone 123 Resii
_ in West "F-lorldi Our Shreveport will in St Louis .. .. .. ..17 ;15 531 coast and return As a Result his arm [Tract, $1 and'other cons'derations.W. .. dence chose.1029 P<.0. Box/J.23. PHIL WITTMAN Mgr. 0*
Shirt prices range from vade Montgomery.Atlanta and Memphis will Chicago .. .. ....15 16 484 "tightened," and he 'was unable to P; Brewton to W. E. Marble. N I....1.11001.NO...N10..e oy00.....0.0.OON.I000IOMe
50 cents to $2.50, with an up against Nashville. It is presumed go Washington. .. ... ..13 18 417 throw well from the.outfield after % of lot 1In Sec. 42, T.1, S. of R., 30 ,
unusual offering at $1.00. W. 30 A. and other
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that Atlanta will pitch Zellar, the I Boston,8 25. 236 ward"until this spring. IA course-of. .
'Fine lot Ties all kinds -, .. .. Al, ,A.. Fisher to Kno les nfiderat1ons'l r
while'either Hickman Fisher : broughtTis throwingwing
star or
10 cents to $1.50. will perform for the Pirates. Frank I. Yesterday's Results -: "' treatment Into form has again.A block'258, New City ,. .:_ WANTED !
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will in alt likelihood send "The" St. Louis 5; Washington 3. i other-considerations. '
Breltenstein into try. and defeat Birn Cleveland 9; Philadelphia 7. z. C. F. Schad to Jackson Harvey, lot'
<|ngham, whil$ Vaughan will rely New York 8; Detroit 6.; Promising Pitcher.The 13, block ,13, Maxent Tract, $I'frid '
upon either Clarke or Wilhelm to Chicago 7; !Boston 5. St Louis Nationals have found I other considerations.R. Wanted-By a .man in ill health "any old kind" of life

achieve victory for the Barons. I ;: 'Jacobson a good pitcher, although he : C. Caldwell to Edmond Fox. an insurance that willofferprotection to his family after his death,
The John White
In the. National league New York La Rua Street Won. lost his first game. However It was undivided one-half Interest in block
:: has regained a firm hold on first I In a close and exciting game yes. not his fault as Bobby Wallace put 218 and 201, West King Tract, $1 and. which will occur, soon. Address "Procrastinator," Aroundthe
I' place, by winning three out of four; terday regardless of the Inclement. his toes to two grounders, which turn- other considerations. Corner.
Phone weather the Armstrongs and La Rua J. H. Sherrill to B. F.Wolfe lots 17,
Store games from Chicago and Philadelphia .ed victory Into defeat Jacobson pitch.. '
225. I leads the American league, close;Streets 3 in favor played.of the The latter.result was 5 to es well in the spring.but does not, 18, 19 and 20, in block' 117 New City. Take policy in the Union Central Life while you can
ly pressed by Cleveland. seem to be strong enough to go the Tract, $1 and other considerations.Given

205-207 S. PAALFOX ST.j JUST RECEIVED 100 GENUINE' long route: and retain form. B S. WILLIAMS
up to Die. General Agent.
STANDING AND RESULTS IMPORTED PANAMA'HATS AT THE B..Spiegel 1204 N. Virginia .St.,
M. & O. CLOTHING STORE; $3.50 Lower Swimming Record.H. .
Evansville Ind., writes: "For over __ ,-='1
'4 Southern League. WORTH $5.00. ..J. Handy of the Central Young five years! I was troubled with kidney
.Won Lost P.ct.i Men's Christian association Chicago, and' bladder affections which causedme :

,Shreveport! .. :. ..' ..23 $ 719 iI recently lowered the American one much'pain and worry. I lost flesh NEW METHOD > LAUNDRY
New Orleans .. ... ..22 10 681Memphis I ;mlle indoor swimming mark to 26 min- and was all run down and a year ago
.. V. ...' ..20 12 606 DO YOU utes 13 seconds'lnthe_ Central AmateurAthletic had to abandon work entirely.. I had ... ,
;Brimingham .'.. ..-. ..19 18 514 union 'swimming champion- three of the best physicians who did PHONE 1188 E.; W. LAWRENC Prop. No.8 WEST ROM*UST
Atlanta .. .. .T. .. ..17 17 500 I ,: ship. The former record was held by me no good and I was practically given
1 Montgomery ,. .". .12 21 364'I have any trouble with C. M. Daniels of New York at 26 min- up to die: Foleys| Kidney Cure
Nashville .: '.. '.. ..12 24 333 utes 191-5 seconds. was recommended and the first bottle : M; ..;........... ......,......41......... ...... 1:
Little Rbck .. ., ..9 ,23 287 gave me great rellet,-and liter taking
YOUR FEET ?I the, second bottle I was entirely cur
Yesterday's Results. I Professional Frisco baseball Baseball.probably will, ed. For sale by W.- A. D'Alemberte I GAS DOES EVERYTHING THAT I
New 1.
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Memphis-Atlanta.rain.ShreveportNashviUe. i if you do, there Is Necessity for it, take a vacation In California this yeas; JUST RECEIVED 100 GENUINE .
rain. 'when you can_ get the only original as the calamity at San Francisco has IMPORTED PANAMA HATS '.THE 1 OTHER= FUELS WILL DO i iIi.
put a crimp In the sport It cannot_overcome : ,
Birmingham-Little Rock, off day. I M. & O. CLOTHING STORE; $3.50
THE CREAT FOXMade BUNION LAST until Frisco gets. on, her feet: WORTH $5.00.Horse .' "
South Atlantic League. again. Los Angeles, San.Francisco and .-_. and more-and does it with 1i
In visible and invisible. Has' Won Lost Pct., Oakland were In the circuit and all of (
of merit business .. .. ..... ..23 10 697 Shoe at my store that, will make you .
man
every point any Augusta these,were affected by the earthquake,
could: desire. Light running, speed' Macon. .. '... .... 16 16 500Ja.C'ksoD.ville ,I feel comfortable Just to look at, and a Sale TodayThe' i ,Less costLess Labor
correctness and durability. Is guar .. .. ... ..15 16 484'i i dream of paradise when you put 'them Do You Love" : ,
anteed to do the best class of work for :Charleston .. .. .. ..15 17 469!I i ion, and only $3.00'a.. $3.50 per pair,! your baby You wonder'why he cries.! city marshal l will sell at'public Ii. u' .Less Time Better Results
lour years. AU cleaning and repair Columbia .,.. .... .t .,.15 17 469!i.i I Buy a bottle of White's Cream Vermi outcry to the highest bidder tOdaY.j'' :
ing done free for two years. The Fox Savannah ,,. .. ..14 18. 438,'shelm and King Quality Shoes at from fuge and he will never cry. 3Iost,babies Friday. 'May 25th 1906. at 12 "
has been tested and accepted by hundreds I ...::;. ... $3.00 to $$6.00 guaranteed to fit the have worms and the mothers' noon.' In front of the Police Station,one!!ri if 'for, no other.reason than that of economy, t
of thousands as being the best ,I Yesterday's Results. foot and the purse; one trial and I don't know it. White's Cream Vermi big toy" horse; 7 years old, 16 hands should cook with
machine. Will be sent on trial free of Columbia Augusta; 2. know you'll come again, fuge rids the child of :worms and high.--This is- a chance to secure a you gas. :
charge Call on' or write to Macon 7; Charlesoon'.2.Savann&hJackson.YUle cleans out its system ins pleasantway. bargain.
: rain. Every mother should keep a Pensacola Gas CompanyPhone i
- -. bottle of this medicine in the house. JUST RECEIVED 100 GENUINE .
F. B. BRUCE'PENSACOLA National League. JOS.COLEMAN With it, fear need never enter her IMPORTED PANAMA HATS AT THEM. '148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. i
$ Won Lost Pet. mind. &. .0
: I Brice 25c. Sold by all drug. CLOTHING STORE; 5350
FLORIDA New York .\ .'.. ',.26 12 681 212 S. Palafox St I gists. WORTH $5.00. NNNNHNr11NN.N.. ........ ................N-


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