The Pensacola journal

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The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title:
Daily journal
Alternate title:
Pensacola news-journal
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
Mayes & Co.
Creation Date:
April 25, 1906
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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In March 1897, the Pensacola Journal was started as a weekly by William Marion Loftin. The Pensacola Journal became a daily in 1898. With competition from other Pensacola papers, the Journal's coverage included a large part of Florida. In 1922, the Pensacola Journal was purchased by John H. Perry, who in 1924 also acquired the newspaper's main rival, the Pensacola Evening News. For the next six decades, the Pensacola Journal continued to appear mornings and the Pensacola News evenings. Both newspapers remained extremely competitive. A combined Sunday edition published as the Pensacola News Journal also became available. A consolidated newspaper, also known as the Pensacola News Journal, began operations on June 3, 1985, and continues to the present. Pensacola is the seat of government for Escambia County, the westernmost city in the westernmost county of Florida. The city sits on Pensacola Bay, connecting to the Gulf of Mexico. Since the early colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was already one of Florida's four largest cities. The big news covered by the local Pensacola press in 1898 was the beginning of the Spanish-American War. The Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them troops under Teddy Roosevelt, who passed through Pensacola on his way to Cuba through Tampa. In the years following the war, the United States secured the peace in the Caribbean through naval patrols and maneuvers based out of Pensacola. In the early part of the 20th century, Pensacola experienced tremendous growth. The population doubled to nearly 23,000 between 1890 and 1910. A new Spanish Renaissance-style city hall was built in 1908. Two years later, the American National Bank building--at 10 stories, Pensacola's first skyscraper-- was completed. The same year marked the construction of the San Carlos Hotel and a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had 21 miles of paved streets, and the first modern hospital opened three years later. In 1916, the city began operating its first motorized fire truck, and by 1924 it had replaced all of its horse-drawn firefighting equipment. The Pensacola Journal covered the cycles of boom and bust that characterized the city in the years that followed, as well as the renewed growth after the Second World War.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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SEARCHIn Tenn., April .-The Igovernment's ment to regulate interstate com Fundamental-Laws of the Nation
investigation into the merce, but stated that .the governing -I THE EVERGLADES ,

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-' ;Judge Lurton defined a tru;-reading Jhisflce, of Washington, and E. T.
Far Impossible. sections of the Sherman law' on Sanford, of KnoxvIlle, as -t1 t1an
Remains of Noted! Sea Fighter which ;convictions may be' founded, the government's special assistants RETAINS, CONTROL OF ,ARMY Present Dinner.THE I Iji
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TEMPORARY, STRUCTURES ARE Laid in Final I,Resting Place New Orleans Will Be a GOVERNOR HAS ACCEPTED 11

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: PEACE. OR 'WAR-EVERY: Record Breaker. TO DELIVER j1 1

Associated Press. -' PICNIC AT FERRY
.' By Associated Press PASS MAY 5. :t1
ROOSEVELT!' ,Annapolis, April"24.--'A special train 24.--TJI.el
from Washington, bearing: the president I By Associated Press I 91. Taigny. escorted by a fleet, will By Associated Press.' April TO LEAVE. THIS MORNING FOR
and Mrs. Roosevlt, members of New York, April 24.-A cable dispatch -; present indications are that the Con I >J
SIGNS CONGRESSION RELIEF be received as representative (Petersburg, Ajprii 24.The final JACKSONVILLE I II
the cabinet, the French abassador and to the Herald from Willemstadt-.,-; federate reunion which opens tomorrow -
France, with full honors. ,M. Taigny I draf of the/"fun> wnental laws" was I I '
APPROPRIATION BILL. Madam Jusseraud and a large numberof Curacoa, says former President Castro: published today.. It consists of will surpass in point of attend I
I t will then be withdrawn relationsreestablished.
and !
and naval officers arrived has had a slight stroke of paralysis,]
army :
I seventy articles and constitutes Russia ance any similar event held in recent
soon tti'.s afternoon to participate inthe ,, but has now recovered. ''President Go/I j'I '. so-called "constitution." I Governor N. B. Brotward spent yes,3
'I I' that there be change believed that President Castro years. lAst night and this ,morningin terday in the city oa business
By Associated Press. ceremonies incident to the sepul-'.mez says will no It. The main point gained by the people of a :ji
ture of the remains of Admiral John 1'in the policy or conduct of the govi in order to avoId receivingMlTaignyjmade ; / is the incorporation in the "fun- addition to the passengers arriving private nature.
San Francisco, April 24.Coroner Paul Jones which were recently con,i i ernment. It is reported that the General Gomez:acting president.It damental. laiws"\ of provisions of the on regular passenger trains, all of The chief executive of .the state :yi!

Walsh today estimated that the total veyed from France to this country. I French punishment will take this is doubtful that this will satisfy the imperial: manifesto of October 20, which are provided with extra equip- 'Was the recipient of calls from :1.1

number of dead will not be less than The president and party were re-;I form: 1 1I 1I 1 French government. "". !creating-parliament and thus making ment, twentynIne'special trains had friends at his hotel throughout the 'it
the station Admiral Sands' arrived and this number will be ex. day 'and he expressed supreme H
cne thousand.: The reports are complete ceived at by I it impossible! for the emperor to
and the estimate from all and the entire academic board of the : hereafter without<< usurpation to ceeded within the next twentyfourhours. pleasure at being in Pensacola. !H
Col. Charles Hatfield,: : Governor Broward appears in the .J
academy and Insurance Hard withdraw what he has already granted. -
data he has been able to collect. He Companies test of health and
General K. D. Lee commanderinchief was in gleeful. :
with two troops of the Thirteenth caw Otherwise the modifications of
said his deputies had found and alry and the reg mental band. Aftera the "fundamental laws" are in the of the United Confederate Veter-. spirits last night. He talked inter.esiingy'of :1
buried three 'h ndroo bodies. ans, arrived late l last night and at- several important mat-
i presidential salute .the' presidentand. Hit by the 'Frisco Disaster direction of supporting the emperor'spresent ters. 1 1 1i
N"o! thorough search .has been others had luncheon at'the resI- power against the assaults tended a dinner at which he and ';1 1I

maa'-e:! of the district south of Market dence of Admiral Sands. Then the of parliament i "Corporal" Tanner grand commander I i I Entertained at Dinner. 3I
president proceeded to the armory,I : I II The emperor retains' absolute con- of the Grand Army of the Republic I Several friends and admirers ot 'It
street nor of the Chinsse By Associated Press i ever, no company had admitted in-i
quar- I trol of the and na'Vy.anaf were joint guests of honor. Today the governor tendered him in-
where he was received with long con 1 army an 3 if
ters. Many lives must have been'lost New York, 'April 24.-The TrTbune: ability to pay losses, .and:eScials of General
tinned app'ause. .", of the ,mentioned in foreign relations, to declare peace or Lee held a reception in the formal dinner at the Osceola Clab "'i
in these sections. South of Market The remains of Admiral Jones had today says there was much talk in some companies ,war and keeps in hU hands the parlors of the St. Charles Hotel for last night. The affair was of a private J
the being crippled, declared -:
street were cheap lodging houses been removed to the armory and the the financial district of this city yes-j I that reports losses would be paid in"i vital prerogative of, declaring cities, the members of his staff, which was nature, but that the chief executive .ii
districts and provinces .under martial -' largely attended. .j! of the state was pleased with?
which collapsed from the oaken casket draped.with the national 3f
earthquake terday to the effect that several American -i full, and that the companies would go .
He' said that
rested'the'sword' law.Wth/ I' today there are no fea- his reception: was shown in several ;1
shock. There is little: chance that colors. Upon it pre- t fire insurance companies would, on. It was said that in' several cases,
of instances.
the : the existing popular distrust!, especial importance to come The evening was !eas:1:
to Admiral Jones by. K'.ngof '
. _half ;of -theoccupants, escaped. The ". *..*.77 have tn go out of business on account. the'stockholders would mare "up the of the government 'every equivocal up at the present reunion and in vied.igntly spent by'the.governor ana'! his ::
E$11 is in ; France. 6t tieir";: losses' 'by the San Francisco! defieien CI s.'lj'-a'ssessm'en.ft't- j
true Chinatown
exercises thepresident"d word Is eyed suspiciously; of. this fact expressed himself "asnlgnly"gratifiecrat friends and it 'was 11 o'clock "before :
After: the preliminary conflagrat'on. It was even said that I Officials of some 'of the firS'lnsur: the pros'pect"farecord r'h'jgyons4s> .
itparty urn e.d- ii
ed ;
STRUCTURES ERECTED I livered Ambassador an ,address.Jusseraud:, Other several companies were expected to go I ante' companies were talking about 1 breaking attendance. The.I TO Deliver Address.: :

FOR THE H'OIMELESS' ,, speakers were Warfield. into liquidation because it would be raising'rates: ; ,''but' there ,was no definite AlABAMtBANK numerous affiliated societies have;I, Governor Broward will be in this i
and Governor impossible for them the loss I movement to'such an end start- opened headquarters in various parts
section early next month. An invitation

San Francisco, April 24. Temporary I es. Up to the close of Business, how- ed. GOES TO THE WALL of the city and today entered actively to deliver an address at the 1

structures have been erected in' GREAT INTERESTIN upon their program of entertainmentof Knights of Labor annual picnic at
Golden Gate Park for housing forty '" ,, visitors.As '
II Ferry Pass, given by the local union
thousand people. The work: was Former Agent Stfobhar of yet but two cities, Birmingham; of that place had 'been extended too: .
commenced this morning and those THE REVIVALPROF. By Associated Press and Richmond, Va., have been men- governor and he announced his acceptance :

'Who have been homeless for a week Washington, April 24.-The National tioned as places for the next reunion. yesterday. The picnic will

moved into comfortable quarters. A I The A. C. L. Was Acquitted Bank of Attalla Alabama, was clos- take place on May 5, and doubtless a c

supply! of blankets and bedding was YATES WELL KNOWN VO-, ed today-by direction of the comptroller 'number of friends and admirers: of ,
received and taken to the park informationfrom the will from Pensacpls ,
of the currency, upon CANDIDATE FOR governor go
There is suffering now and before CALIST IS LEADING 'THE Atlanta, April 24.-J. N: Strdbhar, a'gent' at Gainesville. I National B nk Examiner Cooper I and surrounding country to Ferry

the week ends the refugees will be' MEETINGS.The former agent of the Atlantic CoastLine iStrobhar is wanted in Florida on al that the bank was insolvent. 'Re- I Pass to: hear him speak to the working -

comfortable. / I' at Gaines le.'Florida, was acquitted similar charge and it is understood! sources and liabilities! ; total one hun THE LEGISLATUREM. ,.' men and others who may 1/e at
Seizures began yesterday of all' here today on the charge of. requisition papers are now consideration !I dred and eighty-nine thousand dollars the picnic. Governor Broward is an
bouses In the unturned district and meetings larceny after trust''' of J1700 while j I by Governor Terrell. I I i each. i interesting, forceful and entertaining -
are still under'way.. The sick are at Palafox Street speaker.
housed in these.
Methodist church are continuing to Pensacola People.
The work of relief is being systematized increase in interest and large congregations ,
HE IS IN THE :RACE. "Brightness shines on the faces of
and the committee is determined are attending both the the Pensacola citizens" said the
thit not an ounce shall be
morning and evening services.: -
governor. "They appear: happy contented -
wasted or misappropriated. '[Prof. Yates a talented' singer, was and enjoying life. Such aa
last and led the sing- The sixth candidate for legislative
present night appearance! is evidence that thing* -i
ROOSEVELT SIGNED honors is now in the field in the "
He made favorable impression per
a <
irg. are going right and that prosperity! iu
THE RELIEF MEASUREWbtogton. on hs! first appearanc.1 and his services son of M. O. Baggett from the country -general is with them. I delight in

will no doubt contribute largely who announces his candidacy in seeing such happiness and content- ,

April/ 24.-iPreaident! to the success of the meet'ng. .' today's paper. 'merit so manifest, and sincerely hope
Roosevelt to-n'ght signed the joint I I After the sermon several professed j Mr. Bag ett served in the legislatures that all of the people of the state "
resolution of congress apprpriatingone conversion and theentire service I of 1897 and 18S9, so that he is will always enjoy naught but happiness -
million and a half to the relief j i!I was market by a-deep interest. no stranger to the duties of the position and pleasure combined with

of the San Francisco sufferers. 1 I I Services will continue' daily at 10 -to which he aspires. He enters success in business In all walks ot '1

a m., and 7:30 p. m." :Seats: are free the race on the theory that the coun-i life."
OFFICIAL REPORTOF and. a cordial invitation 'is extendedto I try is entitled to one representativeand Everglades Drainage.
GEN'L. GREELY all to come.VICTORS. as all of the other candidates are
I "Governor, how is the drainage of
from the city he Is running as the
: 24.-The official I i country candidate.As the Everglades progressing?" asked
Washington, April
report from General Greely of the ex-, IN THE I ; i there are only two representa- The"Things Journal will representative.shape themselves );

tent of loss life at San Francisco is tives to !be elected a second primarywill
rightI firmly of the opinionthat
am f
as follows: GAMES t..:' probably be necessary.
OLYMPIC of the citizens of the
a majority
'Tort )Mason. San Francisco! Cal., I \
favor idea and that ultimately "
II state the
April 24, 1906-rThe Military Secretary --1 I wz-/ } will crown the efforts '
I success
Washington D. C.r Very careful I GENTRY BROS.
,of those who are trying to do what
investigation mad by Captian 3y Associated Press: '- !I they conceive to 0.3 their duty. 4

Wynn limits as far as San information Francisco is Athens, Greece, April 24.-Italians, ., ::. ..\ -: SHOW A SUCCESS [.Self-constituted leaders bob up in
obta'nable the entire
French and Greeks .won the prizes In I every walk of life and the same\
from'the disaster to. 277 I
deaths late the rowing"races here today in the question applies in state affairs.
victims of these about 50 unknown
; : The Italians won the' f lHt There are self-constituted leadersopposing : ,
Olympic games
gathered from various'parts of the N, \ MAMMOTH CROWD WITNESSES A
the of the Everglades
four oared'gig race, the s'x oared navy t ? drainage
city have been interred' temporarilyIn Wash- and whalers.: The. Greek crew took w. ".- \ HIGH CLASS AND PLEASING ;1 but the voice of the people,
Lombard and Bay streets "
fill triumph.
the sixteen oar barge race.
ington Square and, Portsmouth hundred _/ : PERFORMANCE. Governor Broward made his fight
event, one
The swimming
Square.teen bodies In the Valencia recoversd hotel and four fifty- meter was won by Dan'.el, an American ., /Is- '" kJ I IIII for the democratic nomination for j

were heat Ralmilo- td governor on the, Everglades drainage
six have first heat; second : '
others are believed to per-
and advocated such a measure j
lhd: in tap ruIns" vie, Welshman. The final'heat will be (Gentry Bros: dog and pony show question from the stump where and when- f
pulled off tomorrow and his supporters which exhibited here last night gave

EMPIRE STATE GIVES are confident that Daniel will win. : -1; one of th.3 best all around dog ana1. ever he spoke. '
:81 ,
QUARTER OF A MILLION Taylor, an Englishman, won the pony shows ever seen In PensacolaA I Returns This Morning. .
mile swim easily.HOBSON crowd which taxed the capacity of I Before retiring last night Governor
Albany X. l:, April :24.-Governor I ti. _. -;= I r the tent was present. There were Broward states that the affairs ot
Hiss-Ins: today signed the bill appropriating III u I about 5,000 persons inside the tent I the state are in excellent shape and :
two hundred and fifty thou- WINS IN I1 I ri and seating room was at a premium. indications pointed to nothing !but

sand dollars for the' California suf- Gentry Bros., as usual did their utmost -r success and prosperity for Florida.
ferers. -SIXTH ALABAMA ; to please and every act drew Governor Broward will leave for t

forth repeated applause. i Jacksonville this morning."I .
INDIAN APPROPRIATION .{ Owing to an accident at Flomatonthe I will be back and see the people

BILL IN THE SENATE.By f ( may.tea. .. i. . Preis ,
I '\.. to his room at his hotel. '
8y Associated It arrive too late for an afternoon per journeyed 3

Associated Press.asbJngton' !Birmingham Ala. April 24.-''Coaiplete .. a' formance. I
24.-The senate \j: ) The parade which was scheduled
April I unofficial 'returns.from .the Sixth NO RUSH AFTER -j
Iiit? almost the entire day considerlnS -'Congressional District democratic to take place at ,11 a. m., did not I

the Indian appropriation bill andIt i[ Pearson Ifdhi < form until 3 o'clock yesterday after
primary, gave Richard I
Was not completed: when adjourn+i son a majority of 495 over Congressman : 1.I 1.-' noon. It was worth seeing 'and the RUSSIAN BONDS }
; people that thronged the streets
ment was reached. i Bankhead. 2-r .
i were pleased.
I I r-
HEAVY SNOW STORM- Associated Press
.. .' I PREVAILED IN MAINE. Lon 'on, April 24.-There wa no :;
Xew Associated rush to the issuin bank to-day to J
York. April 24.Walter Well- By Press .
nan, last batchof t ; By Associated Press I.subscribe to the British portion of
the newspaper correspondent, Odessa, April 24.-The ,. ,
who returnbg 'from, t"\ THE SUIiPLY C'7' GASCtUNEIS :Portland, Maine, April 24.-A- heavy the new Russian, loan. The premium
next June Is to attempt to reach Russian prisoners TKE.A+ : iFTiHI'S MACa z\1\ TaiRST: IXCiRSA-SEiS, WORLD'S
noW storm prevailed over the greater dropped from two percent to fit- ;
we North 1 .
Pole by balloon, sailed tour Japan arrived here today, making a :
,for Europe. total of sixty-seven thousand. j: UAEUB TO BE U3BD ,UP BEEK3RE I KNOW! : IT. part of the state today. sixteenths per cent._



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[L .OLIVE : Few, are Scrofula entirely free from it. UL t ESTATE l [ r _____ J r[ : BO f ,- develop BO slowly as to cause little If i l11f'-tr----11Arc1ay Jj
_Pl.4lm11bance'during the whole period of. : .

4. i-: Olive Sotcial, April to 34.The-We Journal.are having cMldhood.It may then produce dyspepsia catarrh T TRANSFERS N f[ CupeeeSkrek.1 Bonifay'Special April to 24.-The ]t : .,a Dis-

farm- .
dry weather now and
Jt some very and marked tendency to consumption before lickman left here and

u ers are still busy with their gardens. manifesting itself in much cutaneous eruption Qurtcr a prisoner. for Perry Pure
ff 1 Every one is looking forward to the She 'Mr.
or glandular swelling. J. D. Crews : and
grand picnic which is to take place It is best to be sure that you are Quite free I Following is a list of the deeds recorded WestriHe this morni :

c-t-4 :May 5. from it,and you can rely on 1 yesterday reported by the I ARROW Mr. W. T. '

We are sorry to say that many are Hood's Pensacola Abstract Co.: morning from a follows:

on the sick list this week. Sarsaparilla I A. J. Venters to Jno. McCullpugh, li Cents each.lor 29 Ceata jl Work is going on on has writ

;31i s. P. N.' Wilson is quite ill. We :to rid you of it radically and permanently. beginning at a post on J. J. Johnson's CLUETT. PEABODY & CO., H .again. all persons,
wish her an early recovery. Accept BO'substitute but insist Mattn kU on baring I line between, Jack McCurdiss land "" Mr. J. W. Nelson is require a
Mrs. Marcia Merritt has been .quite Hoof.... Liquid. or tablets:, 100 Doses $L and John McCullough's land and 'running on the hill tonic, there

eick for the past week, but Is slowly I S. 22 chains 86.1., thence E., 10 There was a fire Duffy's Pure

convalescing. chains, thence S. 10 chains,.thence E. twelve o'clock or, a it has co
.1i:': Mr. Ed Williams spent Saturday and 40 chains, thence N. 32 chains, 86.1, Tetley'sTea and two barns Pendleton,

t'j Sunday with homefolks at this place. Just Receiveda thence W 50 chains to starting point barn> was nearly :
Mr. Joseph McKinnon spent Saturday Potts Grant T. 5 N. bate!
all in the Henry \., where the \ son who
c5iL last in Pensacola returniIg Sunday ,
R. 30 W. 153.86, $306i ; are at present, and :
ti morning. fine line of C. B. Parkhill, guardian, to Mrs. M. while! that the hotel not use
-L Mr. Bill Hoyt, of Pensacola, spent 21 block 19, says in
E. Baars, lots 19, 20 and merchants, lawyers
t Sunday with his parents. Fishing Tackle Casting Belmont Tract, $750. Tetley's Tea is too ed out en masse, to i ; remarkable-:
Mrs. Emma Johnson made a flying ,
J. C. Richardson to ''Mrs. Elodie ; fr. McDonald's barn
guI trip to Pensacola Saturday last. MdConnin! begnnin'g: at a point on the fine to be'spoiled in i? for a while it
Mr. Taylor Majors and Mr. Henry Nets Shrimp Nets
tM E. line of lot 2 as per plat of Mary would burn, but by tweaty-scT-L
It Baker, returned home from Mississippi Jackson's property, in Sec. 51'T. 2 S. the making. lard work by the the use 4

Saturday last GJr. Majors's.sIs. Minnow Seines W. said (t beginning being ed. As is the best
R. 30 point the wind was
ter Mrs. Nettle Brewton accompanied I to have.
7 inches from the :NE corner Follow directions west,
282 ft. the and the hotel arid
_i him as far as McDavid. ,Mrs. uvea
Bait Pails. of lot 2, thence run 6. 43 degrees 30'E. house were almost to bait ant.a
is to visit
Brewton expected our part
!;. 120 ft., thence :S. 46 degrees 30' W. ed -for a time: that to walk up
; c of the country the latter part of 'the Large stocks of the latest 200 ft., thence N. 43 degrees 30' W. 120 Albert Rutan, from It : He has use.

:4 week..Mrs. Alice Creighton and brother: PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS ft, thenceN. 46 degres 30'' W. 200 ft. town tOday.- of, its and pun JP-'

.. Mr. Robert Merritt, made a business Large stock of to point of beginning ?1. Herdis Whitaker it has or. ais.
Wm. M. MeCurdy to Lillie W. Mc- terlal on the wn
Saturday last. TENNIS GOODS, ground do.tar
b- trip to Pensacola ;
Curdy, 2% acres in the SEU of the residence here. ,
l, 1905.
Mr. and Mrs.. J. Caro and children COMPLETE LINE BASEBALL '
NE14, Sec. 5 T. SN.R.30W.$1. W. H. Brett, .Jr., ,
were the guests of Mr and Mrs. C; I* GOODS. -
Thos. C. Watson to Temple Tatuma court has part of the
Creighton Sunday last. GOLF CLUB, BALLS AND BAGS. lot 62% feet front On Griswold St. on the ground to !
Miss Harriett Beal has just returned -
BICYCLES AND SUNDRIES. by a depth of 122 ft. in block 64, here.
home after a week's visit to her
ROLLER KATES. West King Tract, $-1'20..
cousin Mrs. Willie Johnson, of Delta. .
: F1; -Mrs. D. M. Merritt and Mrs. Walter ANYTHING YOU WANT IN Kemp Sawyer to Frank Warren Ri- CANDIDATES ui ni.

i [4 Taylor were the guests of Mrs. P. SPORTING OR ATHLETIC, GOODS. ley, one undivided halfinterest in ando all aid the etas vta4"
the E. 35 ft. of the W. 45 ft. of lots
R. Wilson Monday last. Call on or: write rood you e*
16 17 18 and 19 block 19, West King:
Johnson of HAVE
ij Miss Cleo Goulding,
Tract Belmont Numbering, $1 and
; iI- was the guests of her sister, Mrs. F. B. BRUCE
other considerations.Aline .
!$ Dud Hoyt, Saturday last.
J. Anson Anson and H.
jt Miss Donnie Paul has returned from :
Osgood Anson to Mrs. Elorde: McConnin DEU.H.MOCKDental CHAIRMAN FL'ET : .
1p Mobile where she has been for some \
120 ft. by 200 ft., 282 ft. 7 InchesS.
time visiting her sister.
BOSSO'STIce of the NE corner of lot No. 2,Mary DEMOCRATIC

WHYhave' Jackson's Plan, /toeing in Sea: SI T. 2 Surgeon.Crown CERTIFIES

: ;:p a torpid Jiver when Herbine, the S. R. 30 W., $1 and other considera

w-i only liver regulator will help )'out Cream Factory tions. and- Bridge- Work a Specialty. STATE ;
Henry G. S. Baars to Francis C. Painless' Extracting of Teeth.
(4j There is no reason why. you should -
can furnish you cream in Brent, lots 1 to 6, 12 to 14, W to 28, all 28/2 S. Palafox St. :
41 suffer from Dyspepsia, Constipation '
any quantity. Satisfaction: inclusive, and the S. 30 ft. of lot 11, .7 and .9 Old Armory Building.
Chills and Fever or any liver complaints -
4I :k4 when Herbine will cure you.F. guaranteed. in. block. 19, Belm9nt Tract. Phone 1077.S. following has I

C. Waite, Westville, F1a:, writes: PHONE 1326 Recorded April 21 from Duncan U. !!

t1, ;! "I was sick for a month with chills SAM BOSSO: Prop. Francis Filmore and Volee and Lucinda :: and W. boundary lines on the S. of the.Florida State

-T and fever, and after taking two tot- !Tllmore to Lucy Thomas, be and W. lIne's of said tract being in mittee:. i iL

4. ties of Herbine am well and. healthy." ginning! at the NE corner of 4 chains Lewis Casa Blanca Tract, $1. 'Duncan U. ,

Sold by all druggists. Franklin's land and runnIng Recorded April 23. the Florida State
and 43 links E. along Sec. line,.thence !
Pleasant Bryant to O. Hale Wilson, tee, in
El 6 chains and 77.1 S. thence 4 chains compliance with '
ELEGANT LINE MEN'S LOW [ : lot 8, block 18, New City. $500. of the call for I'
DefUN\IAK 43.1 W., thence 6 chains 771 N. to placeof
Wit SHOES JUST RECEIVED BY WAT. \ beginning, 3 acres, all in the N'4oftheNWcec.6T.5N.R30W: \ G. V. Green to T. L. Gant, E. 144 ft.! by said committee, ,
iJ-4LJ SON, PARKER & REESE. THE of Arpent lot 53, 10,000 and other you the following! : as
9CELEBRATED RALSTON MAKE. considerations.T. .
candidates for
Soeclal to The JournaL {30. state

DeFuniak Springs, Aipril 24.The3laecaee Lewis Franklin to Thomas Carter, L. F. E. Brawner in trust I siring to have their 1 . .$S.O;
BURIALS Fellows for Damon Lodge. No. 13, K. of P.. E. the primary election i
p \ met at Odd Hall one acre of land of the Lewis Franklin 53.00
I fast, Friday night to institute a local 64 ft.,of Arpent lot 53, $2500 and other dates for such :
Y'I Tract in Sec. 6, T.5 N. R. 30 W.. .$5.00
M. tent Many of our best citizens are ? consideration' pliance with, the
a enrolled( 25.L. J. K. Rosier to Lee'Daniell, an undivided callv filed with the' !
on the charter list and it .
W. E. Hickey, of Dothan, Ga. arriVed L. Franklin to Thomas Carter, be- ,
Vi In .and to lots 11 to 1 State Democratic
in the city yesterday [ left is: expected that many more will- join ginning at the NW corner of Sec, 6 T. interest

:Thlast night, taking with him! the remains -at thsir next meeting, Friday. 5 N. R. 3Q W., and from said! .corner 18, incluslveblock- *' 48,.Belmont Tract,II blanks furnished by ---

of his brother, M. G. Hickey, !The ladies df the Town Improve running S. 5 chains 60 links, thence E. 100. their notices of
ment AssocIatIon'are going to get Alpha y, Hilliard, Florence Pfeiffer cation to have their
1rr who was stricken with paralysis 3 .chains 571-7.1, thence N. 5 chains
i phamphlet'advertIsing and ,husband, C. J. Pfeiffer to Mrs. M. ed
out the advantages : accompanied by
:[Monday morning and who. died the 50.1 to Sec. line at the N. side of said
same 'eveuing.j4j of'DeFuniak as a summer Sec.* 6, thence W. 3 chains 57 1-7.1 to G. Wlgand. lots 22 and 23, block 32,: proper receipt for the
p:4: 't.eJorl. to hare East King Tract lot 18 block 138 aganst!
-- ;: They are arranging point of beginning: 2 acres, $20.A. ; and candidates
forms.of amusements, suchs East Kin ,Tnct, ,East Tarragona offices' as also the REASON"a
,Calvin, 4Iffr.Fnt V. Clubbs to A. A. Fisher, block' $ ,
The 'body of Calvin-Lewis w&> .botinbath1ng.: etc. 358 New City Tract, $10O.() 'I street, $1 jind other consIderations! :. 41dat s for
ci11- died at :J31 I pasof ,Texas, pase' ....3"h6fe Isi a" :talk of bur town, having Lesli E. Brooks to Starling Jack J. W. Hyer to. D, L. Benbee. W. {.S which have been :
works. It,is .to thatit ft. of lots 1 2 3 and 4 !iblock 44 West the
sq through here yesterday en " be'hoped son, S./60 ft. of the N. 90 ft. of lot 1.. respective '
Holly where the remains"will be in- will be some.thing} more than talk, and of the E% of lot block 48, East! King Tract, ;$1 and other considera,. tees.
for if our pretty little town does neetf The
w terre4'. candidates for
King Tract, East of Tarragona St.,! tions.Wm.
one thing more than another., It is $100 and other considerations. H. Knowles, A. A. Fisher and names have 'been so
'water works; they are "a: necesaty in R. C. Christian to Elvire McVoy i I W. A., D'Alemberte: executors of Wm and the offices for

such a progressive town as De- Fisher, deceased, to T. L. Gant, E.-144. didates'to be voted
The Handy Doctorin Your 'Funiak. We hope the town council and Margarette: McVoy, "all our right,
ft. of Arpent lot 53, f 1. are as follows: J
title interest in 1
will not let tha matter drop. and Arpent of lane. Representative ,1 ;
Vest Pocket said Arpent forming a parallelogramin I
1 President Bruce, of the Chautauqua -
Counterfeiting the Genuine. 1st Congressional
the of 6 Arpent Tract
Association, has been on a visit I M.
to Citronelle and the Decaturs. He bought by Jos. Noriega .from Francisco Foley & Co., Chicago, orl'ginatt'd! Sparkman;

T7TS a thin, round-cornered little gave. a lecture at both places. M. de St Maxent, said Arpent having Honey and Tar as a throat and lung Clark.2nd Congressional

Enamel Box- Dr. C. E. Thompson has returned all its sides equal length and its I remedy, and on account of the great:
merit and popularity of Foley's Honeyand 3rd Congressional
from MObile where he accompanied'
Whe carried in your vest pocket Lamar, Jefferson D. S
Tar many imitations! are offered
airs. A. -F. Padrick who has been
ft it means Health-Insurance. I 1 for the "genuine. These worthless For Railroad
,very ill and had to be taken to a kIDNEY
It contains Six Candy Tablets of pleasant hospital to be operated upon.: Dr. TROUBLES. initiations have similar sounding J. Appleyard, Ed
almost Chocolate. j names. Beware of them. The Blitch Hudson R.
taste, as pleasant as I Thompson says that though Mrs. genuine

Each tablet is a working dose of Gas-IPadrick was suffering much when he Increasing Among Women, But Foley's Honey and Tar is In a yellow Thomas For Justice of the
carets, which acts like Exercise on the : left. he thinks.. she. will soon be quite package. Ask for it and refuse Clarke.
1cI: well. Sufferers Need Not Despair any substitute. It is the best remedyfor hill, James B.

Bowels and Liver. In the baseball match last Monday coughs and colds. W. A. D'Alem

It will not purge, sicken, nor upset the I I between the town and high school THE BEST ,ADVICE IS FREE berte, drtfggist and apothecary. (7

stomach. the lattef w n,by a score of 13 to 11: Of all the diseases known,with which SUMMARY (

flki:: Because It Is not a "Bile-driver," like 'Among' the Odd Fellows! and their the female organism is afflicted, kidney HOSIERY! HOSIERY! HOSIERY

Salts, Sodium, Calomel, Jalap, Senna, nor .friends, who visited Pensacola last :lisease is the most fatal, and statistics LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETELINE THE
week were, Mr. and Mrs. Eaton and show that this disease is on the increase OF MEN'S HOSIERY TO BE

Aperient Waters. Miss Lilly; Mr, and Mrs. H. H. Drey-- among women. FOUND AT WATSON, PARKER &
Neither 1 is it like Castor Oil, Glycerine, er; Mr. and Mrs. Hope Cawthon; REESE'S DEPARTMENT STORE, AT .

I:4: or other:Oily Laxatives that simply lubricate Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Carden: PRICES THAT WILL INDUCE YOU The maximum

jt% the Intestines: for transit; of the food stopped Messrs. Plank, Leroy Tappan; R. W. TO BUY. day was 71 degrees
Storrs H. West and Miss Elliot.
AllAgree and the minimum
u tp In them at.that particular time. 57
in saying that the Pensaco- ELEGANT LINE MEN'S LOW

hans gave them a right royal welcome SHOES JUST RECEIVED BY WAT. m.In his summary of

:) -4 The chief cause of Constipation and and they all had a: good time. SON, PARKER & REESE. THE terday Observer

:: !b !Indigestion is a: weakness of .the Muscles Or. ,.Harley Cawthon has' returned -L 274'/' CELEBRATED RALSTON MAKE. 'The northwestern
from Nashvlle, Tenn., where he has .: ::4 : central
that contract the Intestines and Bowels I I teen taknig a Post Graduate coursein. over
I GET A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND attended as yet by :
to the Bowel
Cascarets. are practically .dentistry.
Muscles.what a Massage and Cold Bath Mr and Mrs. W. Bacon Baker and .. COMPANY.$10.00 CLOTHING ; there were
the past 24
I I four' young daughters, have moved to ., : I
; are to the Athletic Muscl s. cific coast eastward
DeFuniak from Orlando. Mr Baker II
They stimulate the Bowel Muscles to ti THE SEASON'S DELICACY. Wyoming, in
j'-4ii has accepted a position as bookkeeper W:4
;$tIj contract, expand, and squeeze the Digestive with the B. P. Morris Co. '- I in_ Utah. The north I
LARGE: ONES bance has
Juices out of food eaten. The egg hunt last Monday. given : C reached
AT JOES.PIACE.!. PHONE 154. itime
provinces with I
: j Cascarets do this naturally,. without by the Episcopal church In the lake L .
parkwas greatly enjoyed by the sity; It caused h II I
t4 purging or discomfort children of all a&es. [.AfrJ.EmmaJawyer: 11' York City Monday,

-iIi Thedon't.! help the Bowels and Liver in Next Sunday there will be services JACKSONVILLE ing at 7 a. m. in ?-

4ct IUch & way as to make them lean upon at St Agatha's church both morningand Unless early and correct treatment is high pressure I

similar assistance; for the future. I'T evening the Rev. Mr. Whiteley when applied once the.the patient disease seldom is fastened survives upon EDITOR "EREClAUDE southward south Atlantic, coverng: i
officiating. The school was states,
it1it This is why with Cascarets the dose :I Sunday her. We belieje Lydia ETPinkham'
orsanized" Sunday with about 20 are generally
may be lessened each succeeding timei i children.A Vegetable Compound is the most efficient were generally I

:iii1 instead of increased, as it must be with all beautiful stained glass windowhas troubles treatment of women,and chronic is the\only kidney medicine L'ENGLE OF JACKSONVILLE from the lower lakes

ether Cathartics and Laxatlves.V4f in the Tennessee
been put Episcopal churchin and North
especially prepared for this : SUN, SPENDS A FEW
memory oT Mrs. Clara Landrum were killing from
1fI Cascarets act like ciercise.iri j i LanU"by her_ husband.RECEPTION When a woman is troubled with pain HOURS IN PENSACOLA.Hon. lo. Temperatures
\ '.! or weight in loins, backache, frequent, ly from Texas
If carried in carried
vest (
pocket or
your 60 I
painful or scalding urination swellingof above degrees at 7
In My Lady's Purse,) and eaten Just when TO T"E'G'RAND.COI1MANDER limbs or feet, swelling under the Claude L'En'gle, editor of the City, Omaha and I

you suspect you need one, you will never eyes, an uneasy tired feeling in the 'Jacksonville Sun, and one of the fore- ta. Fair weather

know. a sick day from the ordinary IUs of life./ region of the kidneys Qr notices a most newspaper men in the state, Is winds are Indicated I

-ili4 Because, these Ills begin in the Bowels, :!L sediment in the urine, she should in the city, having arrived here yes for tonight and
Special 1 to The Journal. 1 lose no time in commencing treatmentwith terdayl: Mr. L'Engle had not teen in er temperature '
and pave the way for all other diseases. F, Century April 24. Oentury Lodge Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Pensacola for20 years and the

::1-4t1 "Vest Pocket" box 10 cents. ,- \o. 81, K. of P. was visited by Henry Compound, as it may be the means of changes which 'he no}ed In the city

te Be sure you get the genuine, made only !ijlorsler, G. C.. at their convention on saving her life. are very marked. In fact, It looks w- -
34 the April 20th.. He was received at the Potproof, read what Lydia E. Pink like different than ,
by Sterling Remedy Company and neverifl a place anything
Kid! !in bulk. Every tablet stamped"CCC.";!i depot by: G.. W. Youngblood, P.'C. and ham's Vegetable Compound did for Mrs. he Imagined existed here. You may ,

I, committee; who, escorted him to the Sawyer. I "Your harbor is a magnificent-sheetof II I
k- a a home of Dr. and Mrs..Weaver who accorded "I cannot express the terrible suffering water said Mr. L'Bngle to a Jour iept ill by I Il l
bad 11
to endure. A derangement of the
: him a hearty welcome.
.Yji FREE TO OUR READERS nal representative /'and we of the ..
organs developed nervous orostration and _________ __
Only way
At a reception given In his honor one
other section. "
serious of Florid&
kidne attended
$ trouble. Tha can hardly .
it It baa been Arranged to mall free -
beautiful Fre clJ-desled GOLD- I: by Lodge No. 81, and visiting brethren me for a year,but I kept getting worse,until appreciate what it Is unless we com by

'1PLATZD trinket box.'lJard-e ameled in i,. Grand Commander, Horsier made I was unable to do anything, and I made up over to look at it once in a while 1
kt jrettr.eolors, a handsome ornament !(n Impressive lecture, after which J. my mind I could not Uva .I finally decidedto '
wish I could it
most liberal offer ever aude. cud we E. only carry back to .
try Lydia Pin kam'S Vegetable Compound
M. JJurst was initiated! in the rank of
wait every reader to havo one Teacents i Jacksonville with _
iq as a last reeort-and I am ttMiay swell] me
in stamps is asked aa a measure''I Page, and Pages B. H. Smith and R. I (Mr. is I Iin
%i ct food faith aid to cover eost of Cay Ostrander woman. cannotpraise it too highly, and I I/Engle, accompanied by his
carets with which this dainty box is were presented and the tell every suffering woman about my case." little son, Frank, who spent yester.
loaded. yank of Esquire was conferred upon -:Mrs. Emma Sawyer, Conyers, Ga. day afternoon looking over the city its ;
3 t Send today be sure to mention this them. Dr. Abernerthy' of Escambla Mrs. Pinkham. free advice
lW paper' and writ J'G address plaialy.ti gives to and at. the forts and navy yard. They other. Order a
!41 I Address Sterling Remedy Company Lodge No. 170, presided over thi women ; address in confidence, Lynn will leave this afternoon for Jackson. "THERE'S A ; explaining It.-
fa Chicago or New York. T31 ; meeting. Mass. ville.
l. S. BROWN, Pensacola. Fla

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Jtu.tC, ''DOINGS 5 IN T THE[ A MATTER OFHEALTI.' '- CITIZENS ARERESPONDING n [ Woiiiai; pi S No ness without can woman's children be complete happi.; it

is her nature to lore

WaAif4awMhtI DIFFERENTCOURTS [ Nigh mal ftflt as and much want so as them it is "

'OY4i 1 ," II tID' to lore the beau. :

riM and
t tttOM :,: .i! '" '.i The critical ordeal through which the expectant mother must pure.pass,

&i .. p -"i.*" i .TO APPEAL however is so fraught with dread pain, suffering and danger, that the '
', '
Wt.UcAJM : ;" very thought of it fills her with apprehension and horror. There is no '

t ; necessity for the reproduction of life to be either
: -' : painful or dangerous. '
JAAALcL ': The use of Mother's Friend so the forthe
; {" prepares system coming event

Personnel of Federal Grand and ;fiI f Chamber of Commerce Committee that remedy it is is safely always passed without any danger. This great and wonderful I

Petit, Jurors, Matfe ",- i [111\1!\ .-/t:....:.".. Soliciting Funds for has plied carried externally, apM thr's

', 'Frisco Destitute. of ./
Rightat Public. women through
trying crisis without
: suffering.
3 B
bAKIMG \ Send for tree book containing information of
the MAYOR EXPRESSES PLEASURE priceless nlue to lU expectant tao era. rl fan II


; > Xt. M
and stand for. all NUMBER-JUDGE LANEY CALLED '
that's fgit in dress. It LETTER FROM PENSACOLA
itsright will find It : UPON TO DECIDE A REVOLTING Absolutely Pure '.
Hight Style, Right Quality, .

Right Workmanship, Right Fit. citizens of Pensacola are responding -
Affairs the,office of Circuit' Cleric A Cream Tartar Powder to the call for assistance = IINCORPORATED[ !

Suits $7.50 to $3.00 number McMillan of were suits'active yesterday. 'A free from alum or phos- from the destitute of San Francisco.
'.were .instituted,
This was shown yesterday when the
four ,of which tor the phatic acid -
separation.. committee, appointed by President
Pants, $1.50 to $7.50 cf the marriage Vows! Mayes, of the Chamber of Commerce
The personnel of the venires for !
went to work. In a short time the Tet/ey's Teas
the grand and petit
jurors to serve
-. committee secured over $600 and the
during the May term of the. United I :
son, divorce. members of the body expect to secureas
i states: court was made pu.bIlc'rester.
S i day. !Hattie Clark vs. Charley Cralk. ., much again today. Arc Served Free By An Expert i:
In the state circuit j court the same Mary Huggins Edward Hug-''II QUINCY Subscriptions are being received at
case that gins divorce.J. 'the different banks and it is now expected ,
was on trial the previous
day, consumed'' all of Tuesday in D. Water vs. Rosena Borras et that .Pensacola will be able In Annex. !
hearing the al, division of property. to show to the world, that when the &
9vldence.Federal Special to The Jourral. I needy and destitltute call for assist- COME IN AND TAKE A CUP "

Court Jurors. Municipal Court. Quincy April ,'23.-Qn l last Monday ance that the citizens of this municipality i:9:

SAFES SAFES SAFES!. SAFES The following is..the lists of grand; Only twelve cases were disposed' of might the; members of the Empire are not lacking in generosity.The .E EITHER HOT OR ICED.
Buy Liebold Safes. and petit jurors for the May term of i! by Judge Lan y in the recorders Club whole world loves'a cheerful
.their talked-of Minstrel
the United States court gave long giver and the citizens of Pensacola be-
court which convenes j yesterday morning. Seven
Scarritt Moreno, Agent.COTTRELL May 1, together with the county 'were founo! guilty, three continued, Show and the opera -house, WiJ3 long to that class, who give freely to Note-In brewing TETLEY'S TEASe

-. ," each juror is from: II one sentence suspended and one dis- crowded with a most appreciative the sick, destitute and stricken. greater care is needed than for ordinary .i
Grand Jurors. | charged. The fines amounted to audience who enjoyed every moment Mayor's Statement. _-"
,' TV. S. Barker, Escambia F.! $50.00 and costs. : of the very creditable perform Mayor Bliss expressed pleasure tea, as the rich quality requires a smaller

FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. Creary Escambia: ; James; C.Wm.Clark,I (Julius Brown, charged with being ance. A great deal of hitherto undiscovered when told that the citizens are responding -! 'quantity-a teaspoonful to three cups is

Pensacola, Fla. Escambia; Leonard Morgan Es|a "peeper"! was soaked $10 ,and costs talent was revealed and the in a liberal maner to the'ISan I e suggested. We cordially invite all to
cambia Escambla 0 in th, way of a fine by the court. songs and dances were remarkably Francisco fund. "It is right that wej you ,
Joseph H. James
-- Joseph R. Keler! Escamlbia' ; B. F.; A negro youth, known as Lanier gcod. Those taking part were 'assist those in need and I am sure! come to THE BIG STORE and try a cup ir >

WEDDING PRESENTSCut Gainer, Washington; B. M. Bonifay,'I was found $25 and costs for using insulting -I Messrs. Christopher 'J. Prentiss J. L that Pensacola will be represented of Tetley's Celebrated Teas. Remember
Glass and Sterling Silverware Escambia language to ladies. The,iMcFarlin, A. J. Stein, A. Hinson, R among the cities of the union who responded :.
W. A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Palafox St. Samuel U'.; Gonzalez Daniel Gillis Escambia Holmes; Wm.; 'I court criticised the offense in emphatic -I J. Love, M. H. Wilson, W. O. Hogge, to the appeal for help from it is served free either hot or iced. No fif ;
terms and warned The James E. Broome, M. F. Burghard, te tfestitute of San Francisco and
_. J. Cosgrove Escambia: ; F>C. Quina, negro II f drink known is more refreshing and more rr
against a repetition of such a crimeA A. II. Ginsberg, S. E. Key, P. H. California," he said.
Escambia E. Menefee
TURTON & BELL Carroll; ,W.Escamibia, Escambia'Frank Wm. L. case wherein depravity in the Thomas, J. L. Davidson A. T. Hearin Hears From Relatives.C. soothing than Joseph Tetley & Co.'s Celebrated i f

PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. Moyer, Escambia;, John ; J. Grant, worst form was shown was heard by S. T. Williamson E. B. ShelferK. C. Goodman has received a letter Teas.TilE JI
took the F. Sharon, Peter Miller, A. D I t
Kodak Supplies. Finishing lor Amateurs. Holmes; John E. Ross, Escambia' Judge Laney anrf he case from his mother who is now at Sui-
Georg Brown, Escambia: John J. under advisement. Ths cause will, it Covington, R. L. Munroe, W. H. IdoL. sun, Cal, dated the day of the earth-
1 1Ii
Bowes, Escambia;" W. L. Gilmore, Is understood be called to the attention Harley, W. W. Cobey ana E. C quake. In the Istter Mrs. Goodman I
R. K. WHITE Escambia Lewis Willis, cambia of the humane society. !Love. states that at Suisun the shock was
Watchmaker,Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate Lewis J. ;Anderson Escambia; T. E.; ,Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Underhill en- severe. Clocks were stopped, emptied BIG STOREO

Optician 30 S. Paiafox Street. Pensacola. Fla. Conlin. Escambia; Hardy S. Green. DON'T PUT OFF tertained' with a very delightful water from vases, broke chimneys and E

Jackson; C. P. Grant, Jackson; H. C for tomorrow wnat you can do today.If dance Empire- on Theatre Wednesday in honor evening of their a'the "houses rocked about I'.ke: a boat" on

Clopton, Escambia. you put off buying a bottle of Bal-guest Miss Towne, of Edg rton. Wis Pensacola bay during a storm. '5-'m mttn- 7ll' 7ltni'J .-
Tersely Told Petit Jurors.J. lard's Snow Linment! when that pain Those present were: : :Mr. 'and Mrs. C. Mrs. Goodman states that Whiting .
Goodman was in Oakland the day of
H. Ferguson, Jackson; Harry H. comes you won't have any, buy a bottle v Curtis, Mr. ancl :Mrs. J.-L. McFav I
.I That
the catastrophe. he grabbed his
Jennett, Esc mba: ; Arthur J. John I today. A positive cure for Rheumatism Un, Mrs. Mayo Mr. andS5Mfs,' 'ff. S.
B. B. Milligan a well known trav clothing and fled to the street wherehe
Burns, Cuts, Sprains, Con '
son, Escambra: ; Geo.- W. C.. Clutter I haw, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Munroe,
cling man Is In thecity.E. "t tracted Mucles, etc. T. S. Graham, dressed. His toe was broken anda
Escambia! ; "John F. King, Escamlbia;. I Air.: and Mrs. A. L. Wilson, Mr. aul.Mrs.
W. Walther has moved into the Chas. H. Turner, Escambia; Bradley Prairie Grove, Ark., writes: ,. M. F. Burghard, Dr. and Mra bone in the instep was also broken.A I
city from Myrtle Grove and is now Hobbs, Escambia; T. W. Saltmarsh, "I wish to thank you for the good Francis :Phillips, Mrs. J. :E.- Da\ -lI second letter received is dated
located at 1901 West Jackson street. cambia; Clary Davis, Walton; results I received from Snow Lini 1 son Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Stein, Misses the day after the earthquake. Mrs
Mark Hurd, Escamfcla; Jas. K. Rozier ment. It positively cured me of Rheumatism -; Mary Davidson, Marcia May, Lelia Goodman stated that she saw the
"If: 'twere well It done
were quick- Gilmore after' others had failed. Sold Ethel flames! at San Francisco, fifty miles
Escambia- FreJerlrk: Es- McFarlin Buena Crawford
yI'S then it were necessary (in most, camiba; ; John C. "Byxbee; Escambia; by all druggists. !Hayes, Hazel UnderhillBesse; Mc- away, looked as though only a short ::1:1A
cases) that it were done in "the want. .
ad. H. .M. Fulgham, Jackson: Benj. A. Rae, Malone ..Harlin Messrs. Albert: away.It
way. Davis Escambia; R. W. Brooks, Es SKATING EVERY AFTERNOON Core; A. Hinson, WilHam Cuhtis, is understood that Mr. Alnsworth :1J
lAtaong Pensacola's guests ye3ter- cambia; Dobert S., Denham, Escam THIS WEEK, 4 TO 6. LADIES AND: i Karl Lord, R. J. Love, Menge, Julia has not heard'from his son and daugh-- J
cay; were: R. A. Bonitay and sons ofMcDavid bia; H. H. Pagan, Jackscv; JosephM. CRILDRE.N. SPECIAL RATES. fI:>ward. Sanford May, Peter Miller terter who are in San Franc sco.
R. P. Williams, of Tallahassee Crona Escambia; Ellis M. Frater I I W. H. Ide. .J In this connection It can be stated

and F. E. Johnson, of De- Escambia; John Clarke, Escambia;I I GET A PANAMA, $5.00$7.50.AND, Mrs. Masw.ell,: of Jacksonville, is that the Associated Press reports state
Funiak. Harry T. Howland. Escambia; Jno!$10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHING the guest this week of-"Mrs; M. 'H that there are many thousand of telegrams -
Christie Escamiba! Eugene Dai- on file in San Francisco still DASHING AUTOMOBILE STORY
H. ; Wilson.Mr. .
The city council will meet in COMPANY. \
regular mar, Escambia; J. D. FerrelI, Jackson I and Mrs. M. F. BurgharJ. Dr. unsent There is yet time to hear
l session at the usual hour this
Escambia, Francis Phillips and Dr. GW. from the loved
; W. 0 H. Sheppard! F and: Mrs. ones. A
evening. Important questions are Paris 'Shop. -
the A. A. Brooks, Escambia; Benj. H.. I : Lam: ;; r- were visitors to Talahassee -
scheduled before
; to come up The Junior Guild of Christ church
Escambia Manuel G. the Taylor-El-
,Fairchild, : Tuesday attending
council. Runyan BscaraWa: ; H. J. Blumer, Escamb'a will have a "Paris Sho )" Friday and Us wedding. VASELINE NO GOOD FOR HAIR. Motor-Car Divorce t
It is understood that the. finance'. ; A. Gideon Fell Escambia; Saturday, Aprl: 27 and ;28:!!, for the ben- ;}fr. Sanford May returned to th? ;
committee has completed the invest!.: Escambia' C. Hawks efit of Christ church. A cafe with having finished a .
E.G. Creighton, ; city on Friday Dandruff Germ Thrives In It, as Well J
gation:; of the records of the Board of Dorr. Escambia. ; .Dan'l. Farrior French chef will be a feature of the course in pharmacy at Macon, Ga. as In All Grease.A I By LOUISE CLOSSER HALE ,
Public Works, and will submit Escambia; Albert H. Runyan, Escam- attraction. The affair will be given Miss Angy Towne, who has been well knoVn Chicago hair special1st "
ten report to the council at. the meetIng -tola. I at the Escambia hotel. the charming guest of Mrs C. M. invited the Inter-Ocean reporterto BREEZY and deliciously! humorous -: romancethfactthattheheroandheroinearemanandfemakesit

this evening. II III Unterhill for the past ttw.. eks come to his office and see, under a A 1 1no

City T'hys'cian! Pierpont was calledto Circuit Court. I Chiropodist Opens Offices.Dr. returned to her home in Edgerton, mfecrosocpe, how.: the germ that less a romance. '1

the police station last night to'ad-| George E/Bredt vs. Charlas H. E. St. Clair Thomas has openeda Wis., on Saturday. causes ilandruff thrives In vaseline. Mrs.Ward,a believer in the theory of the ten-year marriage ;
of contract first class Chiropodst: parlor in the :Miss Bessie Clark of Savannah, is. The specialist said that all hair
minister to one Oliver Harris. ..Har Turner, alleged breach ; contracts advanced by George Meredith, goes with her indulgent
ris secured a "foeautiful" load which trial. opera house 'building where you can the guest of Mrs. Albert 'Munroa. preparations! containing grease, sim- j.
pn husband automobile and (for the
I, have feet attended to in first arrived in and on an tout through France Italy :
Le could not carry and fell from the your )Irs. A. D. Covinston !ply furnish food for the germs,
sidewalk on Palafox street to the Suits filed.. class order. I the city on Wednesday and will help propagate them. The only purpose of securing a divorce on the grounds of incompatIbilityof

thoroughfare on hs! head. Result, Several suits were filed in the circuit "-. I make Quincy: her future nome. Air. way to cure dandruff is to destroy temper,"which,in reality,do not exist. It takes another woman, ;
four stitches were negated to stop the, court. The petitioners asking end Mrs. Ccrrington are now occupy the germs and the only hair several accidents and the automobile to bring Mrs. Ward to her
flow of b'ood. Judge Laney will th'at ,divorces be granted them, allege Wm. Johnson & SonTetleys1 ing the beautiful residence recently 'preparation that will do that is New- proper senses. "
listen to Harris's tale of 'purchased fri.- ;;". J. S. Shaw. !foro's Herpicide. "Destroy the cause,
woe this, ,.ill-treatment and. in one cause, Mrs. Francis Phillips pleasantly the effect." Without With 36 Illustration, 10 of which are in Color, by Walter Hale I
morning. i you remove
abandonment is averred. The fol- Teas served free in 12mo Cloth :
filed.J. ( entertained a number of ladies at dandruff no falling hair, no baldness. $1.50
Why Bue! Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla lowng. J.suits McCaskill were vs. L L. Purcell, E. annex) by an expert. Either cards on Thursday evening. Ask for Herpicide. It is 'the only destroyer If your tookseller kasn't a,the putlithtrt will tend the toot,fotiegt faiJ

are growing more popular every Pen-sacola Investment -, hot iced. Call of the dandruff germ. For upon tttetft of frue. ,"
and the or at the
L. Pyrcell Big
JUST BECAUSE A. D'Alemberte druggist DODD MEAD & COMPANY )
day. Absolutely pure goes twice .as' Complainant asks sale by W, ,
far as other kinds and the flavor Is;:for 'an Ctompany.injunction restraining I. L. Store and try a cup. There is your cough is only in the throat and and apothecary: 121 South", Palafox] Publishers 72'Fifth Avenue New
perfection. does not troub'e you now, don't think street, or 'sentf. lOc in stamps to The
from demanding and flavor fragrance and York.
Purcell ,
E. L. strengthin j
that it needs no attention. When it Herpicide Co.;, Detroit, Mich.
from the Pensacola Invest I
FRESH SHRIMP. $125 now in company Tetley's Tea has not had much of a start is the
ment Company: -----
from paying th? sat sum to re time to check It. The slightest cough ** *$*
JUST RECEIVED NICE FRESH Deeds Signed. easily leads to Pneumon'a, Bronchi ?io ;t. KEEP COOL. i
SHRIMP AT JOE'S PLACE. PHONE Marine Grocery Company vs. B. G. :Mayor Bliss and City Clerk Merritt tis and Consumption. A bottle of % PIANOS AND ORGANS. $ BUY YOUR UNDERWEAR

154. Caro. Charles McKenzie Oertin: yesterday signed the deeds transfer Ballard's Horehound Syrup will cure 'lo CASH 'OR EASY TERMS. WATSON, PARKER & REESE
garnishee, assumpiat suit for $150. ring to the Pensacola and Northeastern : that cough. The price puts it within $ All Piano Work:: Guaranteed. :* THE SWELLEST UNE OF :
WANTED-AN APPRENTICE GIRL Summons ad respondanum asked to Railroad Company and the Pen,, reach of all. Sold by all druggists. i' CLUTTER A RUSHING, UNDERWEAR IN THE CITY.
AT PALKS. 25apr be issued. 'sacola. Alabama and Western Railroad -' 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. #
'Leonard Ramson 'vs' Georga W. Company, property on the waterfront j i WATSON. PARKER & REESE HAVE PHONE476. H 1OJ

HOSIERY! HOSIERY! HOSIERY Pryor & Son's, petition asking clerkto from Barcelona street to Coyle,I'I JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT # \
LARGEST AND 'MOST COMPLETELINE Issue summons ad respondanum. street, embracing six ters: of blocks OF CELEBRATED BUDD'S I *** ** ** CLOTHES THAT PLEASE.The I
OF, MEN'S HOSIERY TO BE Atlanta Compress \ Company vs. from the shore to the per: head. i SHOES AND SLIPPERS FOR CHILI

FOUND AT WATSON PARKER '&. Marks & tGayle.Josephine I I I DREN. Manner In Which Men Like ,
REESE'S DEPARTMENT STORE, AT Wynn ts..George Wym, GET A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND I See Women Dressed. :
If women dress to please men J
TO BUY. Jas. $10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHING Kodakers i I
Carr 9 Thompson Thomt- COMPANY. .
COMPANY. will always be gowned simply, : I :
Ib _. I
priately, more quietly and

--J :"i t :!Htt"'t.ff.1..... :: ,f-. -rn .....fJ!.I..,.BH\fB o'f\: .................mT)i S. Jf.4UfJ........?...2L; if)::M.,,....;&"i'*MkLyj"''*""" "'>'u tJ)SHK'i8,..' W. B. LAMAR TO their ly more clothes becomingly for the than benefit If of they "i

like neat '
Men always simple,

You Can Buy Piano For $100.00 1 i We Develop and tumes, free from flying ends,
a ADDRESS! VOTERS Finish of ribbons and laces. Of course there J.J
& men 'who never notice what kind

i;i and be cheated, or you can pay $500.00 and get-a big bargain-depends i Congressman W. B. Lamarleft the amateur pictures clothes their wires and

[;1 on the piano. We sell some "bargain" of course in other pianos that IiI Washington route to Pensacola yesterday and morning is expectedto en in Pensa- look wear.well They, when only the know general when effect h'i J I
:, we take in trade but arrive in this city either to-night good but are never able to
I ,-': or to-morrow. )Ir.' Lamar will address ize, but men are becoming better
There the citizens of Es ambia county cola.There's. cated in the matter of clothes for
Isn't a Better Piano Bargain I. i iB
upon public Issues Thursday men, and the average man of

than the pianos we sell even at a hundred dollars in advance of our isi night announcedtomorrow., th place of speaking. to be a Reason traveling ble of discriminating about among and women knows is

!E price. Kranich & Bach, Packard. Lester Clutter and Cassell pianos are Ii] DeLuna Street Pavement.The value of a woman's clothing as well I 1
m sweet toned actioned well made throughout and will of DeLuna street with becomingness. Many wives
responsive give "i paving Get Our Prices! appear to better advantage in i

satisfactory service for a lifetime. Eay to buy. Easy to pay. i concrete thoroughfare will be presents completed a neat today.appear The clothes advice If they In would the selection'of take their hnbands' 1, J

pt- ance.
Instead of the advice of their $ I

1 Oldest and Largest S. Palafox St. 3 WATSON PARKER & REESE HAVE KAUFFP4ANN makers. The latter are apt to I ;
Music House in Clutter Music PhonelS
'" Florida I PENSACOLAB. t JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIP their customers down with costly i
unbecoming furbelows regardless
-;t... GEO. W. CLUTTER, Tres. '. B. E. CLUTTER. See. SHOES AND SLIPPERS FOR CHIL. taste.-Frances van Etten in

-u.i, __ *r_ "! !i HREN. Romana and Palafox. Weekly.

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m ?; ,PAGE FOUR THE PENS'ACOLA' JOURNAL_ WEDNESDAY_ MORNING_ _, APRIL25_ 1906 __ __ ___ __ ___ __ ._ __

but it ;to be' sincerely hoped that i, **4miH?*** H tt Legal Advertisements

there will be no undue excitement

1tp oIa Jfonfnal the There offices are an.many from good these men a, selection out for XClJRSION DIAMONDS' WATCHES, JEWELRY !| Aattachment Notice.:

should be made that will be satisfac- CLOCKS PRECIOU3 STON2S, BRONZSE Notice is hereby given of the insti.
,_ of the 1 tutiOQ of an attachment suit
r ----- ----- -- trvm. tory to at a majority Mrs.
people.;":'Port, Pierce News. Thursday, April 26. STERLING SILVERWARE E. B. H'ster against Reginald Heste-

',DAILY.. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS, In the Circuit Court of the First Ju
t: r $ HH-K ifflif on Steamer Florence Whethesfeee' toMILTON cial Circuit State of Florida, in am
h'13 PUBLISHED' EVERY MORNING' EXCEPT MONDAY ;, CUT GLASSWARE. for Escambla County and the said defendant

Iu # THESALVAT4ONARMY. % -. and all other persons interest9d .
.BY. .$ 0& are required to'appear to the action -

4 JOURN'COMPANY. ;; Milwaukee Sentinel. \ on the 2d day of July! A. D. 1906. R. -

THE $ !:< Engraving and Fine Stat on Dry. P. Reese, attorney for plaintiff. :

M ** "'H** llmaroaw3m.SHERIFF'S. ;
A. _:_ i __ !
and return Palafox Wharf at -'-
leaving, \ r

* : FRANK U MAYES President and Gen.'.1 Manager. Comprises Has 17,388 7219 workers corps among and societies.children. 10 o'clock a., m., returning at 5,p. m.same I| Mail Orders Receive Prompt. Attention! By vrtue; of an execution: !issuej: :'

Jw--r w-u J 1 -wuw WSflJtW day, out of the Circuit Court, isscaaiba:
officers wholly employedin -
Has 13,962 : iii
State of
County, Florida
Charles Will ams is pla ntiff
Maintains 180 food depots and shelters A stop of one hour at Milton and a and Ca'
14 LrtfttrLnftr -Ut -is- s- --- Smith is defendant I have
sn SLPLr 1 E. 0. Sadek Jewelry Go. I l levied upoa
for and children.
: SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Publishes men.sixty-four women period'cals: in short stay at Ba'dad.REFRESHMENri. and will sell at public outcry, to the ,

I .MOBILE, ALA.P'f.f. f highest bidder for cash, in fronol!
11 j. ; One Year.'S 00 Ono Month......_ ......... 45 twenty-four languages. the county court house door, on Moa :,
tt.. t' Six Months............... 2 50 One Week................ lIb Accommodates over 21,000 people :, ** *i'H. ;\(.iIPH .K7i- :i day, thE 7th day of May, A. D, 19.11.< ; ;

I Three, Months...... ....... 1 25 Weekly Edition, per ;year..}! Of nightly in its Institutions for assist. There, fwili be enough comfortable during the legal hours of sale the foj|
4r. ing the poor.
.rr Has seventeen homes for former chairs on board for all. lowing described real estate to-wi::
:; The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which .a Detailed criminals, forty-five homes for children Political bIn S'tuated County, lying Florida and being the in Escaa-:
and 116 industrial homes for wo- NWij 0:
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. Fare, 75 cts. Round Trip rtna J --rJ--Jt&rLrUVlflAflJt sWfUWWU -- flflflflflflflr rL NW4 of section 24. townsh p 2. x

-1*. flUUW rWWMMWWf WW WJ men.Has eighteen land colonies- for visitation Given RATES. for the office of Justice of the Peace range 31, west containing: 33 aaj
and assistance of the poor and The rates for political announcements for the Second District of Escambia 90-400. acres more or less.

- Offices,108 and 110 East I Papers on Sale on Trains twenty-four l labor bureaus for helpingthe LADIES' AID SOCIETY PRESBYTERIAN not exceeding 8 lines to run County subject to the Democratic JAS. C. VAX PELT,

Government. Phon.38.w I and at all News Stands. unemployed. till the pr'mary: of May 15, are :as follows Primary to be held May 15th, 19C6.R. Iapriloaw4w. Sh ri

Employment temporary and CHURCH. i I L. NICHELSEN.I NOTICE FOR 1-
per I PUBLICATIONDepartment
.: --w- r ----n .jt__ -ipt manent was found last year for 15,631. The Daily Journal.............$10.00 of the Interior, Land

Three million three hundred and The Weekly Journal ........... 5.00 hereby anounce myself a candidate Office at Gainesville, Fia., Feb; i n!'
t : PENSJLCOIA.: FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, MORNING, APRIL 25. 1906 ninety thousand nine hundred and Thesa rates are strictly cash in ad- for th? office of Justice of the 1906. Notice is hereby given that :"js,
I' vance and announcement will be Peace for District No. 2, subject to
r- two meals:! were. supplied at the cheap ExcursionBy no following: named settler has file]
I I food depots last and 1,447,893 Bay inserted or run under any other con-.: the action of the Democratic Primary of his intention notice -
ft A New Phase of the advertised comes to have a strong year ditions. May 15th. to make firal; !
"constitution;" and when "storesickness" homeless people were provided with proof in support of his claim,
J. GOS3.
Panama Canal Matter lodgings. and that said proof will be mad be
comes along it It
pulls through In the slums no fewer than 127,920 the Knights of Columbus For the State Senate. fore Clerk Circuit Court at pn-a.'

Unless congress stops dilly-dallyin'g triumphantly.! families were .visited and 7,936 people John S. candidate for thenomnation. 1 am a candidate for Justice of the cola, Fla., on :May 28, 1906, uz: Ka:J
over the Panama canal matter and 26on Beard. a Peace in the Democratic primary to widow
were visited and nursed by the Thursday April \Vilson of David W. Wi
to the State Senate ia the
be held May 15th. 1906. District
t: decides upon the type of ditch to be There may not, in traveling alwaysbe army's workers In IS' M. Democratic called to be held Nq deceased, of Roberts, Fla., A!
2 Escamba: Florida.
steamer primary
Monarch leaving County Any
constructed, President Roosevelt two ways to reach a certain destination Tn addition to a list of special departments Palafox wharf at 7 o'clockp. May 15th together with other speakers assistance will be apreclated from S6546, for the'E 14 of XT7 t..
it has 479! day schools in of Section 36, Tp. 1 N., R. 31 W. Hi
4i threatens to take matters into his own -ibut there is usually one way. in.Wyer's. will address the people of Es-, the Democratic voters. the
India fourteen names: following
homes for soldiers and whneeto
hands and. proceed with the work according And in advertising a store there may, sailors and thirty-one training. ,homes Band will furnish cambia county upon the political Issues GEO. J. SLOCU m.: prove his continuous :redence <,3.-.
of the at the
day following
to his own Ideas. :At least be but one medium which is sure, for officers. music. times For County Treasurer. upon, and cultivation of
and places
that is the impression conveyed by direct safe AND BEST; but after an,' Work was commenced by the Rev. REFRESHMENTS Molino Friday :night, April 20. I said land viz: E. R. Bowman, ofMusco
Proceeds to to I will be a candidate in the democratic
go ? Fla. C.
H. Jackson
William ee, of
Taft who before one is enough if it all of these : Booth in Whitechapel in 1865, Bluff Ro'-
things. time
Secretary appeared SAN FRANCISCO SUFFERERS Springs, Saturday day prmary: of May 15 for re-nomi ,
Fla. T.
and was then known as "The Chris- erts, F. Lew's, of Can n-
4 ; the senate committee having canal I tian Mission.." ,In 1878 the organization April 21.Muscogee. nation to the office of county treasur. ment, Fla., R. E. Hinote, of Cantonment .

matters in charge a day or so ago to I Shakespeare said: "The harder: developed into the Salvation FARE 50 CENTSGrand Monday night, April %3. er. The support of all democrats will Fla. W. G. Robinson, Re5.s tr.
the immediate acv matched the greater victory." It is Brent's, Thursday nght: April 26. I be appreciated. :
: Myrtle Grove Friday night, GUARDIAN'S NOTICE.
J. ED.
tion. Relative to this new phase of I enough to stir the blood to be able, in L Thirty-nine thousand meetings! are 27. APrilj Not'ce !fs hereby given that I, Mrs

the Panama canal question the Savannah -f the face of aggressive competition to: held every week and the average number Dance and Euchre Party :Ferry Pass, Saturday.'day time, May I hereby announce- myself a candI- Minor Holifield, guardian cf WiiluraV. l

News has the following to say: still fill your store with buyers everyday I of The weekly'openalr meetings is 5th.Millview date for the office of County Treasurer Holifield, Francis H. Holifield. Mn-
37,000. average attendance at GIVEN BYC.K.andL..ofA Thursday night, May 3. nie H. Hollfteld, :Mnor: D. HoiheJ
Somewhat in the nature of a surprise of the week-it is an advertising the indoor meetings only of Escambia county subject to the !
( came Secretary Taft's statement victory. is every week MeDavid Fr'.day: night May 4. I Inn's action of the Democratic primary or Dudley Holifield and Gladys Hol! fi-::;\, '
:L the other day that work' on the Panama i Precinct Tuesday night. May May 15, and respectfully solicit: the I minors, will apply to tie HonorAs!:

,1 canal had reached the stage at Figuring on making the weakest link AT K. OF C. HALL, 8th. support of all voters. Henry Bellinger.-County Judge of >:
which it for Beulah Thursday n'ght.! May 10.: JOHN G. WELSH. cambla County, Florida at his oS",
; The
was necessary congress in the : Journal Print"edDuringMarch,1S06
chain of your advertising this Pensacola (Seville Square) Friday on the 26 day of May, 1906, at t-n
flit to determine whether a lock or a. sea Thursday Night April 26th.
'tr. level canal is to be constructed. The year as strong as was the strongestlink night. May 11. ( I hereby announce myself a candi' o'clock a. m., or as soon. there eras

Mi:; .. secretary told the senate committee on last year, you can figure on your Pine Barren, Saturday night, May date for the office of County Treasurer I can be heard, for authority s ,.1

, .' Interoceanic Canals that the matter I poorest business day this year beingas ADMISSION 25c 12. [ subject to the action of the Democratic all the right title and interest of sa 1
a Total of minors in .
must be speedily determined or the good as best Primary. and to the fo'low: n:; described
great work would be delayed. He intimated your one last year. REFRESHMENTS FREE For the Legislature. THOS. F. WRIGHTON.For real estate situate: lying and

.t failed to take being in the city of Pensaola, E*
that '
iL1.1: if con'gress 'S.Ylla'bles the TWO PRIZES.
world and
1* positive action. the president would 158,750COPIES I hereby announce myself a candidate County Tax Assessor.I camba! County, Florida, towitLo:
proceed to the building! a lock canal syllables build great stores MUSIC BY BARRIOS ORCHESTRA. for representative in he lower one hundred and eight-two ((182)), in

4r4ft; under the authority vested in him. -build them from small beginnings, house of the state legislature, sub- will be a candi4ate for re-nomina block twenty-sevn ((27)) in the 0:1:

% c The stage of the construction work often. ject to the action of the Democratic tion to the office of County Tax Assessor C'ty tract, said lot fronting mm'y

now reached it seems, will answer for Superb Exhibition of primary of May 15. in Democratic Primary of May ((90)) feet on the north side of Wrst

i! either type of canal, bat from this 'An aged Pennsylvania citizen's M. Oj BAGGETT. 15. I respectfully! ask your support.W. Intendencia street by one hundred and)

;W time onward the operations must be in claim to greatness rests upon the W. RICHARD:! eighty ((180)) feet, more or i jess, in

:2111 view of the high levelorthe low level. fact that he wns: and oraliAverago of MOVINq I am a candidate for representative depth, accord-ng to map of JJ: cry
4t The board of engineers that visited the wears in summer in the lower house of the stat i published by Thos C. \Va- on in Is4
a pair For County Commissioner Dist. No.
!ji canal site 'some months ago reported seersucker trousers, legislature, subject tothe acton: of 2. together with the tenements and hrre-

Ni in favor of a sea level connection between which have' been in use for the last 5,879 the Democratic rrlmary of. May 13.: I hereby announce my cand dacy for ditaments and appurtenances thort-

' 1RU the oceans. Themajorityot that 60 years. A man who and I will appreciate the support of re-election to the office of county com unto belonging or in anywise ayperta'ning. .
can get 60 all democrats. missioner from District No. 2, subject : .
board made an estimate showing an ears' PICTURESAND!
increase In cost of about 33 per cent., trousers wear out of a pair of summer DAILYThe J. E. LON(}. to the action of the Democratic pri, MRS. MINOR HOLIF'Bi
deserves a, pedestal in ,mary. 25aproaw4w.
ci with about tour years more time need the Guard aa
tt ed for the construction of a sea level hall of fame:, 'I am a candidate for member the W._ J. S "N'O'IT.
following figures show The Pen DANCEAT lower house in the state
7'r canal That In,the main, was the legislature BIDS WANTED.Bids .
ut4 conclusion: of the foreign engineers on The railroad rate regulation measure ::;- sacola Journal's circulation for eacn from Escambia county in the Demo- I hereby announce my candidacy will be received by the Boar

the board. The American engineers expressed tbids fair to be talked to death by day during the month of March, 1906 cratic primary of May 15, and will appreciate for county commissioner from District of Public Works until noon on M i n

themselves in favor of a lock the corporation bunch. with the average number' of copies. the support of all Democrats. No.2, subject to the action of day, May 28th 1906, as psr sped

canal constructed with the purpose in daily: New Odd Fellows Hall CHAS. M. COSTON. the primary of May 15th. cation's on file in the office of thi

5 view of making it A sea-level canal at March 1, 5,700 March 17, 6,000 JOHN A. MERRITT.For Board, for the construction of -je\

ir! some future day; And that is the idea March 2, 5,800 March 18, 6,200 I hereby announce myself as a walks on the South side of EiiZaraossa \

of the president Secretary Taft, NEWS AND VIEWS 'It March 3, 5,000 March 19. ..... : Baylert and Belmont Sts. candidate for the lower house of the County Commissioner Dist. No. 3. Street in front of Block '>

Chairman Shonts and others in author: FROM STATE March 4, 6,100 March 20, 5,9001 Florida legislature subject: to the ao Old City, as follows: 91 feet lot ">
PAPERS ?$ March 5------ March 21, 6,000 Friday Night April 27th. ton! of the Democratic primary oa I hereby announce my ,candidacy! East 20 Teet of lot 20. East 48 in# ,

Ity.Meanwhile IH.iH- March 6, 5,700 March 22, 5,900 May 15th. GEO. T. MORGAN.I for county commissioner from District of lot 22. West 31 feet 4 inches of ol )
the matter is before con March 7, 5,700 March 23, 6,000 Under Auspices of No.3, subject Co the acton of the 22. East 41 feet all>!lI' 9 inches of !'ot
gress. It is for that body to decide. .
: Ought to Be March 8, 5,700 March'24, 5,900 am a candidate for member of the Democratic primary of May 15. 23. West 41 feet and 9 inches: oi[
The Spooner act. undoubtedly contem Invincible.
March 9, 5,700 March 25. 6,200 Naomi Rebekah LodgeNo. House of Representatives from E3' A. C. BLOUNT, JR. 23. Approved bond for Three H'm!
the If
plated of lock
a ca the
guns of our battleships are March 10, 5,700 March 26. ..... cambia county, subject to the Democratic dred and Fifteen ($315.00)) DoHa! !
nal, since no other plan was being as effective against an enemy as March 11. 6,100 March 27, 5,850 Primary. I earnslly solicit I hereby announce my candidacy for will be requirad of the succesfnbidder. -
considered when passed. Theidea they are against their crews we March 12. .... March 28, 5,900 10,1. O. O. F. the support of the voters of the coun- re-election to the office of county commissioner The right to reject: any an!
of a sea level canal was an afterthoug1t. ought to be able -
to whip the com March 13, 5,700 March 29. 5,950 ty. JERRY; J. SULLIVAN.: JR. from District No. 3, subject 1 all b'ds is reserved.
It has been persistently discussed bined navies of the globe with one March 14, 5.750 March 30 5,950 to the action of the Democratic Primary A. ZELIUS
for 'months and has turret BENEFIT SAN FRANCISCO
the in
qj Tampa
Tribune. March 15, 5,750 March 31, 5,900 To the Democratic Voters of Escam- of May 15. Chairman Board of Public Works
W dorsement of some of the foremost *' SUFFERERS.
: en "
bia J. M. ANDREWS. 25Apr-oaiw-l-w.
March 16, 5,800 County: .
gineers of the world. Political Picnics
Theoretically, in
Order. Total for the .. At the request of many friends
the sea level is ideal ,month.. 158,750 Adults 25 Cents Children 15 Cents
an scheme but !
Political picnics are now the order from the country and from the city I I hereby announce my candidacy In Escamb'a County Circuit Court,

what Is wanted is a canal for practical'I Ii'4 of the day in Gadsden. Soon the Average per day. .. .. 5,879 hereby announce my candidacy lor for County Commissioner from Dis Stats of Floria'a.: In Chancery Ma-y
purposes at the earliest possible date. tall pines will resound with oratory : Representative in the legisature at trict No. 3. subject to the action of Huggins vs. Edward Huggins (":2

': A lock canal can be more quickly constructed from the lips of candidates. As I hereby certify that the above PICNIC AND DANCE the sess'on 1907 subject to the actionof the Democratic Primary of May 15. Monday, the 2nd day of July A D

and In years to come it can L I'sual. the voters patiently await the statement is correct accord'ng to the TUESDAY MAY 1st the Democrat'c primary May 15th. W. A. SHELBY. 1906, the defendant Edward Hug in*

changed to the other type Should I Ir customary campaign ptedges.- congress fail to express itself plainly cy Times. ELECTRIC PARK of the Democracy of fuPI'port I For County Commissioner Dist No. 4. against h'm herein. This order to :9publshed
with respect to the matter the pres GIVEN BY county.I onus each week for t---1! !:
ident would be justified in Again In Ihereby announce myself a candi i
proceeding the Race. consecutive weeks in the Pensac"
RATHBONE favor liberal pensions for Confederate date for re-election
to the construction of a lock canaL :Hon. H. as county Journal a pub'ibhcd! "1
H. newspaper
McCreary soldiers their wdows.:
of the PENSACOLA TEMPLE No. 14. I and missioner from District No. 4, .VrM.'llan '
Gainesville Sun is again back in the Uniform school terms, giving the aid Escambia County. A. M
ject to the action of the Democratic
!lApalachicola is now: advertising race Peanut Hunt Baby ShowAND Clerk Circuit Court B: !Ia
for re-election to the State Sen I country public schools the same Primary of May .
herself as the Second Pensacola-r ate. McCreary has long been a Sworn to and subscribed before me PLENTY OF SPORTS FOR. length: term as the ci\y\ schools.A I 15.J. A. WIGGINS. G Aymard, D. C., Pensacola, Fi..

Florida." She couldnt have hit upon valued member of the body, and his this 31st day of March, 1906. THE CHILDREN. I un'form school book law, and April 23rd. 1906.

i a better watchword and if she. hangsto friends throughout this section wish PERRY DICKEN, DANCING FROM 5 TO 12. i free books for the pupils of all publ.c I I hereby announc myself as a can 25 Apr-oaw-8-w.
him well in his present contest.- SPORTS BEGIN AT 2 P. M. i schools. didate for
it and proves it, it will require Falatka Notary Public. I county comm ssioner from ,1

five figures to state her population Times-Herald.* BASEBALL GAME I An efficient law for the equal'zationof 'i District No. 4. subject to the action of

-'j1 by the time the next census is taken ..An Unusual Condition. Between Local and Barrancas Teamsat taxes. the Democratic Primary :May 15.
roads specially. H. C.
: Under Conditions. CLOPTON.
lt There are more \men in Hillsboro 3:30 p. m. I Yours respectfully EXCURSIONRATES

Those seers who predicted dire county who want to run for office and "What did the editor say about Beginning at 2 o'clock, there will bea M. JACOBY. The friena's of W. P.
disasters during the year 1906 will I Ip the' fewest who are actually in the your story?' asked the young man's half hour schedule. Late dummy:' hereby announce him as a Brownson candidate

row proceed to increase the price of I race tha.t has ever been known be- friend. both ways. for the office of County Commission

admission to their seances. I I fore.-Plant'City., Courier.E "--1 don't believe he liked it very I Prize for the most Popular Candi. For ,Tax Collector. er from District No. 4, subject to the; TO

, ,date. action of th Democratic
i' l .! The well. Primary of r
Buckman Law. I I hereDY announce myself a candidate May 15th 1906. CALIFORNIAACCOUNT
in If the Buckman 'law oDerates to' "Well, there are differences in the ; for re-election to the office of i

'J 4 Arguments the, ,building up ,of the country high 1 appreciative faculty as well as in Tetley'shas Tax Collector for EscambJa county, I For County Commissioner, Dist No 5.
Favor of Store Advertising. schools, as it is contended it will do,I the ability to create. The same at the primary to be held on May 15, Imperial Council, Ancient Arabic

and as it seems already to be doing,. man's taste will 1906. I solicit your te.Respectfully. I hereby announce my candidacy for; Order Nobles of the MystiC'

; j Faint-hearted advertising-whIch is it will fully justify the wisdom of I. vary according to '.. re-election to the offica of county com Shrine

usually merely non- nUnuous or Insufficient its enactment-Florida School Ex circumstances. J. S. ROBERTS.At missioner from District: No. 5, subjectto MAY 7th to 10th 1906

,advertising-Is no better for ponent. "I suggested;that, and he agreed the action of the Democratic Pri Tickets will be sold April 24A

store than I la faint-hearted wooing S with me. He said that if a man the solicitation of friends. I here mary of May 15. to May 4th, Inclusive wrt!
tTt Brimstone in Alachua. found himself on a. desert island by announce myself a canddate: for, J. R. STEWARD. a limit of July 31st
; for suitor.. There Is a good deal brimstone with nothing to read story has a hold upon the office of Tax Collector subject to! The Rate from Pensacola to
ia the political canvass except my the Board Public Instruction.I .
now goingon the action of Democratic Primary
dit{ "Most subject is the fattest soil to in Alachua county. Mr. S. V. and a back number city directory May 15. 1906. Los Angeles Rates is $54.60.from

weeds;" and. unless the advertising Duke. for instance says that he paid he might read my story." the finer tastes. NEILS :McKENZIE OERTING.For will be a candidate for membership Other Proportionate Po.nts.:
Hon.. H. H. in the Board of Public
McCreary |100 to Instruction
it is strong and aggressive the hlg- pass al THE ROUTE-Is via S' Lon! ;
certain bill through the Senate from District No. 1, in the pri
te lest store may; nurture apathy and a his (Duke's) relief. Senator Mc Lord Russell's, Wit. It never lets go. County Commissioner Dist No. 1,. mary election and the "Scenic Line of tb
In his early days Lord Eussell of World" viz: Missouri Pacific
9 : tendency to "lag behind. Creary denounces the allegation as --"t WM. E. ANDERSON. .
Killowen later chief of The friends of C. F. Zeek announce and Denver & Rio Grande Railways ,
Infamously false and it seems to, us I justice Eng- .
A reduced space for your store-ad successfully disproves- the same. But land, had a good deal to put up with him as a candidate for county commissIoner I will be a candidate for member through Colorado and Sa:'

44: vertising Tvil no more deceive a woman to it goes. The politicians' rarely re- from older men and judges who: wcciAll from District of No. 1, subject L ship in the Board of Public'Instruc Lake City. This rate is op-u
action Democratic 5
;t'tk' than pose on a bed of roses.-OCala Ban. to the primary tion from District ,No.2. In the for the public.
will her friend's "madeover" ner. thought to prune down his exuber of May 15. primary >
election. Write for Illustrated Literatureand
gown. ance. One day Sir'Digby Seymour kinds that you want. =
L For Justice Peace7t>istrict NoT H, G. DeSILVA.I Maps.
Chance for Lamar. Q. C., kept up a flow: of small talk LOW RATES-Will also b,'
L No store-not even a very small one I hereby announce myself .,as a
If Congressman Lamar will secure when Russell was speaking."I candidate for the office of Justice of i will be a candidate for member made to Denver in July AC n ::,
-remains "unknown" this city one West Pass a large slice from the next OAK AND PINEcheaper the B. P. O. E., The
and wish you ,would be quiet, Say- the Peace, District No. 2 subject to ship in the Board of Public Instructionfrom meeting of .
day after it has been advertised in rivers harbors appropriation [
said Russell action of the Democratic District No.3, In the primary National' Educational Association
more with his Irish the pri :
bill he cart have a front seat InApalachlcola's L can buyIt : ,
ic these, columns. you mary May 15th, and would respectfully I election. meeting in San Franc ;
I front yard. Honest accent anywhere. Any size you uk the support of the honor r W. M. AGERTON. July 9th-13th and the National

Many a business plan has been defeated -1 Honest Injun, General.-Aipalachicola "My name, is Seymour, if you L want able vote of the good citizens of Pen Baptist Convention Los Angeles

through the failure to advertise Times. please replied the learned. gentleman : sacola and Escambia county. f WHEN YOU WANT A SHIRT r Cal. September 12th-i9tfl

with mock SEWELLPhone Very respectfully, TO WATSON, PARKER & REHLANDER
suite- enough. Interest In St Lucie. dignity. L C. REESE.: I. E.
"Then I wish would see THAT Trav. Pass. Agent.Chattanooga
The coming election promises to be.of you more

: ,Tlu"stnrA, that'has, always' been';--well great interest In St. Lucie county and say less/* was the rejoinder. I 614. .-hereby announce my. candidacy I $MONEY 1.00. CAN. BUY S FOR 50c, 75c AN* Tenns .


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PEOPLE and EVENTS I. NOTICE you wouldn't"

"Because of the Innate goodness of

man r'"No.

...TO... because of the Innate nicenessof
Seen Heard and Done Among Those Who Go Come and | me." '

"Am ,I to understand that right'No. 5-fO JCD25corSTORE
Women OP'GAS 1 Is not to be shut up?"
| Tarry .JJ; and Society, Here and Elsewhere. USERS '"Can't be shut up," she corrected.

R -\ I "Never could;:be shut up; never can be 10th ANNIVERSARY' SPECIALS

shut up. 'For women never never
By.E. NELUE BECK. Telephone 669. '

sxassxsxaxaxsxss RANGES I! never"Tie*"-tune falls flat without an ac- j Merit Wins, and the Crowds Prove It.

! companiment""A The throngs at our Tenth Anniversary Sale testify to the general

c:: :male one?' faith in the merit of our goods. You kIJ.ow it, and we know

MISSES DUNCAN BRIDAL ENTERTAINglSTERS PARTY Tie, Journal's Daily Fashion Feature. It -' "Certainly."a subsidiary male ac.compnntment. it's merit that wins in the end. it-I,

Effie and Miss Mayme W1llisDunca.n Figure it for yourself, and you will decide that there's one principal -
Miss can't ?
"Suppose a woman get one
entertained the Duncan+Mc- ; thing that attracts you steadily to a store-and that's confidentt.
\ "She always can, If she's nice.
David bridal party last ,night at the 1 MRS. 1. H. LUDLUM, '"Suppose she isn't?' 'Ve do not win your trade by merely giving low prices. You must

hOme of their parents Mr. and Mrs. ''T en she doesn't count But all also feel the confidence that merit alone inspires.
IV. T. Duncan 622 North Seventh We aimed to make this sale
I an expert teacher of the use of women are nice in some way to some better than any previous one, and

avenue.It was a dainty springlike affair, gas ranges, will: be with us for one. That's right No. 3." our friends tell us we have succeeded. "Kress'is outdoing itself," is
everything being in whita and green several days' and her servicesare "Won't a "nice woman 'obey Vide 't the concensus of opinion. And when Kress' does something better

trailing smilax and luxuriant growing \ offered free to all users of marriage service, which, I understand than it ordinarily does-there is something doing in the value-for-
plants were in all the rooms and I I gas ranges in the city. This from your brother you've been study- price line.

.white flowers lighted up the massesof instruction will embrace cook Ing. The crowds that merit is j
prove a principle that is worth
green. ing in all its forms, care of the "No need, my dear boy. I've knownIt while our
The ice cream was served in range and Its economical han since I was ten." to observe. Our values prove in turn to them that merit is a I

Easter lilies and the "dream cake dling. It will fac.Hate and insure "Don't you accept the 'obey?'" I principle that is worth their while to demand in the concern that gets

was in heart-shaped' boxes tied with I1j .. a visit from her if you will "Certainly. You needn't look so anxious. their trade. .
white ribbon. I : notify us at once that you would ." We intend to give many values such as the following before the
present were the brlu -elect call '
Those like her to "Woman's right No. 4 is evidentlyto sale closes on Saturday
'Miss Maude Duncan, and her futur
MeDavld the best mans Phone No. be inconsistent"
Mr.[ Wiley ; .
Mr. Eugene Reese and maid of honor] cI' 14&S "That's merely part of the great rightto

Miss Mayme Willis Duncan; the do, as she pleases." WEDNESDAY 9 A. M.
maids Miss Kate Loftin, :Miss Virgie I "H w do you square that with obe- ,
Musemler. and Miss Erne Duncan: I dience r"Doesn't JAP BASKETS ,

the ushers, Mr. Dudley A. Flnley of I I. 'obey' mean 'obey some order 25 Cents
Fine Barren, Fla., Mr. James Mc- PensccolaGas ? V J ,
Lean Gillis of Pensacola, and Mr. I ,,, "Ye-es, I suppose so." I'm always Imported by us direct from Japan worth 50c and $1.00

Howard McDavld of Montgomery,' ,, suspicious when a woman gets to logic. 11 A. M.
Ala. nephew) of the bridegroom-elect.' ,.. ,I II "W fIt. It a 'nice' woman.doesn't like .
T I : an order she manages that It Isn't ,
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CHRISTENING OF SON'S SON, i i Ii V V.VNNN "But If that should be?' I began to 25 Cents Each,

WAS A FAMILY JUBILEE. .. get triumphant here. Worth 75c
Every year The Journal takes renewed "She gets It rescinded." CIs Is really
pride and pleasure in announcing tome from an extended visit with her beyond all argument sometimes. 3 P. M.
that Mr. Peter Oertin; of 1 \ sister Mrs: Thomas S. Mitchell Dr. "Look here Cls, you didn't give me
the navy yard-or more specifically Mitchell accompanied Miss Bot den fair warning of your tyranny. I'm CHINA. PLATES AND FRUITS ,
of Warrington, has reacned and as far as Flomaton on his way to the half Inclined to back out" 10 Cents Each
another April 23, toward the j Confederatereunion in New Orleans I
'passed "Oh. you ungrateful man am
U Fine Thin China, Dainty Decorations
centenary celebration which his fam : \ completely spoiling you. Didn't I let ,
:Mrs. Tharin and daughter Miss
ily and friends galore are anticipating you play football yesterday; ?' Special Imported China Day, All Day.
Bessie of Atlanta, who having received
with the liveliest pleasure.This and be'ief. all sorts of charm:ng atten-- "Because you like to see the game." New Assortments Have Arrived forthe Anniversary Sale.
year the hope are .J "I don't much like to see you play."
t'ons during their stay in Pensacola,
stronger that in 1915 Mr. Oert-- ii
Ing even will happily gather his family, r 1 left last night to spend a month in "Tbafs rather uncomplimentary.). I lWATCH KRESS' WINDOWS"

around him for that purpose: for on / f I .... New Orleaas.4" am generally reputed to play pretty

Monday he celebrated his ninety-first well. ,
anniversary with his usual fine I I II I Mrs. J. Earnest Baars has return "You know that I don't mean to attack -
spirit, strength and energy wit and ed'from Thomaavilte, and their many your'play. The report says that '!I EEEBcB8.eec28<3 BSHSSSBSBeHH!
humor, and-his family reunion. 1 friends:( are glad to learn that her you" m ro

!At 3 o'clock in the afternoon the { I r' mother's health has greatly im "Probably written by some one who

family connection had I gathered in t tI&L proved. didn't se the game." Y Interested

the beautifully decorated rooms of win "Nonsense! I meant that you might mAre on
mr. and Mrs. Oerting's home in War- 'Friends of Mr. Frank J. Grant hurt. I
lington to witness the christeningof ;be glad to learn ,that he is rapid,
improving and expects to be out in a "I can take care of myself. Sometimes -
and Mrs. Har-
of Mr.
Oid the Oerting baby son of Toledo O. The baby! THE POPULAR MOTHER HUBBARD PATTERN. few days after a two week's illness.The the papers say I'm too rough ro ....lf n.... At
but those confounded reporters don't rY HI
was baptised Harold Augustus from With all the nightgown models over the* ust. The neck Is cut comfortably "

the handsome silver loving cup fam'i'ies presented which the white goods departments I low and finished with a rather -Home per childtsn brought Hof: the ofown Pearl town Eagan yes- understand"But you,have take cue of me."
Oerting -
by the
last June on their silver wedding display, it is the long! favored Mother embroidery broad turn-over insertion collar of banded inch and with a terday' tee See t the' .Gentry show "Is that another of your rights?' I Shoes ? I IN

anniversary Hubbard style which meets with the 1 half width,beneath which is gatheredthe parade ana were greatly disappointed "To be taken care of?'
hosts of others that thereas'
i }ev. Jesss. Binkley of1 the Episcopal readiest sale, and when these dainTy; full embroidery ruffle. A band of as were morning.Mr. "Grea care of," I corrected.
and pone, iff the "
church wag", the clergyman, "If you please.
garments form a part of the home the tombro'dery.insertion outlines the ttl
Mr. Peter Oerting grandfather Mr. sewing this pattern will tie found tope yoke back and front, the bishop sleeveof k "I do please, very much, but rights
and Mrs. Marion Shepard are
William Oerting aunt uncle of ,the and baby Miss, were Au- the easiest of construction ,and full length being. gathered. into 'an,| the happy< r rents of a dainty daughter cannot be matters of favor." g If You J Budd's 1M rWChildren's
gusta Oerting quite dainty enough; when made of embroidery'band finished: with an em- born Wednesday, April 18. "Yes.,they are-women's rights""Mere 1 1i
his '
sponsors. fine cambric or nainsook and tr'mmed bro dery wrist frilL Instead of front. 7qq, 1- favors?* i
Harold Besides Oertfng the parents, the grandparents Mr. and Mrs.Mr with lace or embroidery, for ordinarywear. seam, the light front is stitched over, Mr. F. B.: Beck of Brookhaven, "Compulsory favors. g Are We Newest re

and Mrs. Peter Oerting and daughters Straight! widths are gatheredinto on the left in a broad pleat, the open- Iiss"._,who has been vfeit'ng friends "You are marvelously Illogical, Cis."
Mrs. Patricia Gillett and Miss the shallow yoke, these gored un- ing extending! down as far as the hip-In the city, left Monday for home. "An undoubted'right" I
Augusta Oerting who reside with der the arms to give an added fullness line, and fastening with small pearl I A "But the other rights, Cis If they g Would Beg Creations! >s

them; there were present Mr. and at the feet without too much fullnesscelebrating buttons. 1 1I Mr. HowDhrCoarld of Montgomery depend on a, man's granting them, how fJL_
Mrs. Charles McKenzie Oertin and Ala., is in the city as an attendant can a woman be sure of them?' Pleased to in
family, Mr. and Mrs Nie's McKenzie at the 'Duncan-McDaTirf l wed "Will you1 [g
the happy, anniversary. I shaw, Mrs. W. R. Johnson, Mrs. BenD.
Oerting and family, Mr. and' Mrs. Julius I ding. "No, no. I don't care about men In
An unusual and enjoyable featureof Mrs John C. Avery, Mrs!
'! Oerting and family, Mr. F. F. I I Beers I general The question is, Will you re- Have You Jd.{ Oxfords ru
the entertainment the music, Z. Mrs.
Eingham and family, Mr. and Mrs. was W. J. Forbes, Mrs. J. Cravey, Mr. (John Thompson of Chattanooga |
contributed by the grandmothersMrs. Gilmore Mrs. S. A. Johnson, fuse them to me? a
Harry Gibbs and son, Mr. and Mrs.A. IFrea'!' Is in the cIty for a day or r..
R. Bingham and family, Mrs. Han Peter Oerting at the piano and,Mrs. E. W. Bettersen, Miss Ellie two. Mr. Thompson is the father of "Jack?" ; oWe
nah Holmes and family who formed Mrs. A. R. Bingham the cornet There j Wentworth, :Mrs. R. H. Turner, Jr., Mrs. Win F. Reed, Jr., whose guest "Well Cls?' jjj Call and IP Straps
whole mansion full, to unite in were also delightful songs by Mrs.!|Mrs. Frank Taylor Mrs. E. C. Smith, he is. "If you were clever yon would ask
a Harry Gibbs niece, and by :Mrs. Forman -I lrs. A. A. Fisher, Mrs. Ytf. B. Shep me a question." and
a dear friend of Mr. and Mrs. pard, Mrs. Bleeker Forbes; Mrs. Hyer The AnsonJWright wedding takes "About my rights, If any?' R See the mElegant'

Peter Oerting. Whiting Mrs. Chipley R. Setze of place to-nisht!: at the home of the "No. I'll tell you something," she ;
Among the christening gifts for Atlanta Mrs. Hal Forbes, Mrs. Raymond i tride's mother on the bayshore. said In a very confidential way. So I : Ribbon w
Harold, Jr., was Mr. Peter Oerting's Keyes of New York, and Miss I' went and sat on the arm of her chair ;
cheque for a handsome amount to I .
Florence Guttman. The Gonzalez-Langley wedding
start a bank account for'the fortunate --.-- I takes place this evening in St. accordingly. of" Ties.
It'Pride "I mean-I shan't for all my !H Line
baby. MARRIED LADIESAFTERNOON :Michael church at 5:50.:
to do Just as I pleaseIfyou
Following the christening and its EUCHRE .
don't want me to." She had grown N ruN
attending ,festivities came the annual Mrs. Bernard M. Solomon entertained Mr.' and MrsAlexander Stoddart
family dinner at which Mr., the Married) Ladies must find their beautiful' home ou suddenly big eyed and serious, and believe these are the best and most u to" _
I. Oerting gathers his clan about his Stoddart avenue a paradise after there was a little-ever such a little- r
II afternoon, inaugurating fURj
manufactured in this
I'hospitable; board on his birthday and hand euchre instead of four hand to cold New York. TheT wonderful quiver about her mouth. M, date line of Children's Shoes

has served a four o'c o Danish. ban-j which the 'club has long' been de acacia, have just finished blooming "Then It Isn't a 'question of rights," country. It's a pleasure to show them, You are ro!
of of delicious' are a wilderness of I whispered, taking hold of her little
quet many courses voted. ? and their roses
.. CU welcome store
Danish dainties, a feast royal in!! ,Mrs Alfred Moog won the. first beauty, ; hands. always at our
I abundance and quality, fit for this'staunch prize a pretty pocketbook Mrs.: Solo: \ .- "No," she said very softly, "not between :!
ow s old patriot: who' thus honors mon the second two lovely handkerchiefs Mrs. Joe Roth and son Emanuel. you and me." I PARKER & REESE 00.fO
himself his native, and his!: adopted and Miss Meta Rosenau of accompanied by her sisters Miss 1 But I believe she will do Just as she WATSON m

country. r I louisville. Ky., the guest prize a Jennie and Miss Al'ce Levy, left yes- I pleases notwithstanding. Paul's.FREE .
One of the gifts, appreciated by, sterling silver tape measure.A j. terday to visit relatives in New Orleans I Successors to Green & Watson. jpjK
the host and hero of the day was aj;i delicious two course p'ate lun- FOR ALL FIGHT I-. .
little birthday cake, maote and frost:.cheon was served.j The next meet- I II I AT NEGRO EXCURSION 33 and 35 South Faiafox street.fl l
ed by little Marjorie Bingham the ing will be with Mrs. Lizzie Rosenau. I Mica Marion Suter left last night II I
six years old.daughter of Mr. and +- for New Orleans.' Special to The Journal. ;
2a2eae222eea!:! III
Mrs. F. F. Bingham! and bearing ai I I- Bowen and three i Millvlew April 24.-The excursion ;!:{a a2aeee22aa

card on which she had writetn with children of Atlanta are expected to I. Mrs. Farrell of Charleston. S. O, and banquet given by the Brother- .- -, -
her own little hand this morning on a visit to Mrs.I yrto ha been the attractive guest of food Lodge (colored) of Millview
"Wishing you many happy returnsof I Commandant and Mrs. Berry jit the and attended by fellow members
the day" A wish in which every John S. Beard. navy yard left last n'sht to stop at from Pensacola ended, in a disgraceful ,

body can' sincerely Join. Miss Eunice Boisden of Greenville several points en route home. 'stampede. Deputy Sheriff Sanders c
Hams and with the excurs'on and
-+- to visit frends! in came
Ala. lift yesterday ,
Next time try Blue RTObon Lemon Sheriff Van Pelt arrived by buggy,
P. before
MRS. GEORGE Manningham, Ala., returning j
Vanilla. Satisfaction guranteedor be
or and it .turnedout' to a necessary
ENTERTAINS AT CARDS. I your money back. precaution.It -
Mrs. George P. Wentworth's lovely a great deal of whiskey "
BreakfastBacon home was mad, particularly ''A WOMAN'S RIGHTS and other intoxicants were freely In
charming for her guests at her card dulged In and the usual revo'verwas
party Tuesday afternoon by the I much in evidence. The officers tie
tasteful disposal of" quantities of You Can "S() you don't believe in woman's gathered n' the Ave culprts and took], X11 Have BROOMS ENOUGH ,

roses, sweet peas and pansies. rights," I said approvingly. them to ?ensaeola. !

The game was sir hand}' euchre I I "Oh, but I do!" she answered very Several revolvers were found'thisj: To sweep the'whole c'ty spick span and clean. They are light
and the twenty lone hand score was 1 Depend Upon promptly. morning where they were dropped' by! Brooms medium weight Brooms and heavy Brooms; here are a few
kept with, little fancy pins and little I the parties In making a quick geta-j '
condemn the ladles bargains:
blue bows. I Then why do you way. I Cable Extra Heavy (wire Sound)_ .. ... .. .. :.. .. ... 50c
Mrs. H. G. DeSilva won the first who advocate them? That's a bit The respectable citizens here appreciate Style B. large size (5 str.'ms: ). .. ... ... ... ..... .... ... 35c
We Are prize a set of ha1 dozen pink egg ,Our Ice Cream Inconsistent even for you, Cis." the vigalance of the sheriff Little Lady extra fancy straw (4 strin'gs) .... ., .. .. ., .. .35c
shell china ramakins, each little cup i "Oh, those women!" said she, tossing and his officers a" but for the'r presence -' Kitchen good stock (4 strings)_ __ .._ _.. ..... eo. ... .. .. 25o
and tray: daintily decorated withpink the scornfully aside. "They're the affair might hare ended 111 Health Brooms, extras Fancy. . ? . .... .. 15c
Sole Agents. flowers. I Bein'g' uniform in purity paper something. more serious.
th9consolatIon utterly absurd. What's the use of ,
Mrs. Frank G. Renshaw won and delicious In quality.We .
cut tfassN comporte, hair, and ROSENAU & GERELDSI
a for votes and ,clubs _and short
and Mrs. McKee ilcLellan's twenty can furnish cream bloomers-ugh-and!: all that sort of II _B !f I D
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lone hands were rewarded with a picnics, parties, enter 'thing They're the" wrong rights buta THE MINIAfrU I Phone 3Right 91. The Fancy Grocers, Pen acola.
fern dish. tainments weddings and !I
trass ,
i fruit 'punch was served woman has plenty of right rights asyou'll nooK
Delightful the like in any quantity, sir." I
with the salad find out
during the which game was, and followed by a In bulk or fancy ,mould. '"Don't try to look majestic you little "The Road to I '
course: .
Sol Calm & Co cream course. Let us have your order. goose. I could put you In my overcoat I

"Mrs. Wentworth's guests were, pocket. remember-nearly." Wellvflle" All let's Go Fishing.
Mrs. Henry Hyer, Mrs. J. Walter i i, "Yoa'd be taking me out every minute I ,
Higgins, Mrs. O. 1{. Anson. The Pure Food Store, Ke'lar. Mrs. To' F. McGourin, Mrs. ". dare say I should and putting of the century. Found In Good fishing 110" We have the tackle, you have the

James MoGS&on, Miss Jessie Brown, I In again whenever you were tireBorne. pkgs., of I P1 n l-lQw.j 1 fcVs swap; 25, 50, 75 cents or a dollar will
Southwest Corner Palafox and Intendencia of St. Lou's Mrs. L. .J. Peeves. Mrs. Kanty Kitchen Cafe lOU ret ft HlMlHUe! outfit
Louis DeM. Blooker. Mrs: John RStlllman CrapeNutsand .
Arthur. Sttllman Mrs t She lay back in the corner of the big
Mrs, oo.storE.faon.
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Phones I 117848O H. G. De Silva Mr?. B. E. Saunders, 104 Palafox Phone 999, armchair and laughed with great Postum .
M 23$.. ZIS c. th Parafox f"f."no.'a
Mrs. Frank ,
Mrs. W. R. Gonzalez, amusement -
Dunn Mrs. w. 'H. Northup;: ., :Mrs. 1 ...,"!o.u _poor, misguided pound: manto.
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!--w---- -_ GET IN ON THEGROUND FOR $5000.00 ,

Buys one of prettiest 'little homes on REAL ESTATE MARKET
North Hill You will have to see it

Put Your Money FLOOR to appreciate its value. For a homeit .

is cheap.
Ten desirable lots, SPECIAL OFFERINGS
Others do; why not you?. Buy real very $1500,00 V

tiI? V V estate while it is low, and sell when Block1" 92 of the New City ...OF'...

it goes up. It is bound togo up",and IFor a confortable' 6 room cottage! on
:h you are sure to profit Tract intersection Jackson ; East Jackson
rI4 in Real Estate !! LIST OF PROPERTY FOR SALE., street-and 16th* avenue; overlooking $1400.00 .

$10OOO-125 feet on Garden. St the bay, beautiful Rental and Insurance
wooden buildings bringing I Real Estate, Agency.
lots for residences. | Gets store and dwelling: on Wright.St.
V $600 per year, ,
900-4-room house, 303 East Ro- near depot, a, bargain.- _ _
Seven lots Block'55. Bel- i V SIDNEY" TO LOtAN $$12,500.00 store (buildings and a dwelling, containing 6 rooms, near
4't It is more profitable an i has'a greater degree t>f safety mana. rents $96.00 a year. _

t.j; than any other form of investment But don/t 1200-Two full blocks, New City mont Tract; lots in this Block ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY.' Union Depot.' A fine .nvestment. East'Hill: containing 20 lots, I
the blocks
of prettiest on
; broker. Get real' Value will double in a. year or $2,500.00-0ne
1q act as your own the opinion of. estate FIRE INSURANCE.List .
%;LIi experts as to the desirability' of real estate. We V two.2000Store. selling at $700. each 40x137!% feet.
and : in the your property with us for quick $3,800,00--25 very desirable lots on orth Palafox. This is offered
::4 P have made it a study for many years and' know dwelling Six houses North Alcaniz
: : 1 where the goodS vestments are; See our list of vacant West End business district sale. for short time only.
14 V lots in good localities, and'of improved property j Rents $216 a year; $600 cash, Street, good investment, will $6,300.O-Large.() 2-story dwelling on North Palafox on corner.
: balance 7 cent. $2500.006 room dwelling N. Hayne St. Lot 80x125 feet.
to be had at a bargain.
1 2000 Two dwellings, 5 rooms, West net 10 per cent. 1. S. BROWN & CO. $3,350OO--N'c roomy dwelling, with laI'ge lot, stables and out housesin

Wright, rents $240 .a year. excellent: location on DeVilliers St.
_ For to
!:M V 1750-Half block, fronting south, particulars apply 201 Theisen Building. 5OOO.00-Two dwellings in good neighborhood, near car line, on N.

New City, near bayou, and one Barcelona St.

Pensacola Investment Company ,! 8000--block Six houses from ,car.adjoining, Y. M. C "HE SELL LOTS" 1 PHONE 54 No. 37 S. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L."

A. property, rents $870 a year; Mcbavid-Hyer Company,
t $3000 cash, balance 7 per cent.
&Ti 0. H. D'ALEHSERTE City.Manager. I 2400-Elegant 6-room residence, Agents New York Board and Rooms.
Life Insurance Company. $UVuVUVlJShrkr .tflnrutrW.flflflflflflflSS'tAfl.tflWtNICELY 0
Block from Lee Square.
W. H.KKOWIXS' President R. B. SIMPSON, Secretary. i S
E. Government
V FORN3SHED ROOM for renton sms B5ggBBBg3B B SEa aiaaaiS33" '' !!'r ''i'
gggggfggsiiBiafUfjfff fpm 'flgr
i ; J. L STI11MAN, V-rrrej. tnl Gen.lllanaer. KNOWUS HYER, Treasurer.Jfael dwelling '401 Guille- Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. j!Wi' ;:
SllSO-ro-room North. Hill car lne: ; location

; 4 Estate, loans, General Investments. marde. :, very desirable. Apply 208 W. Gadsden Keep Life Insurance Money at Home !
4; I 16.006room dewelling, 409'Guilla, -- WantedWANTED .I I street 25aprll I

rVVt: 215 South Palafox Street Pensacola.. Florida., mard. .It I According to last report at hand of state treasurer, the people of
1i Florida, one year
To rent a 6 to 7 room,
LESLIE E. BROOKSPhone house or cottage, modern improve-'!i with board; bath room, telephoneNo. Paid Life. Insurance Premiums Amounting to Over . .$1,500,000
")F fJ' V ments. Address H., care Journal j I 865; on electric car line. at 415 While the entire aggregate losses paid were a little over 400,000

,..: 1r:41 :[---H-- V __ 462 Fisher Building 25aprillw* I.W.: Gregory St. Apri1221w.I Draining the state of over. . . . .. .. .. . 1,100,000

}ilf\t1 ROOMS. CHEAP-Furnished or unfurnished An increasing: gain has been going out of the state for twenty years.:
r j THE DEPOT of f the WANTED Youn-g country printer!I suitabe: for light house-

HLLP WAftTZD wants a position in newspaper or.' keepng.! On the Hill, location high American Life Insurance Company
I I job office in Florida or Alabama. Has and healthy. Close to car line. Au- !
----- I eght: years' experience and an all-' ply 314 E. Strong. Phone 1213. at
i with home offices Tampa.
NEW RAILROAD will be on WANTED good cook at once, U,'round good Job printer. A perfect ISaprlm 3 a Florida Company

11 W. Jackson St V 24apr gentleman and absolutely'sober; w.ul r : PLEDGED TO FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT.

start on moderate salary.; Address;;, -j t Every dollar of its assets invested in sections where it is paid in-
V: Spring street between Romana and Garden streets we are told. W'' 'TED-First class barber for col.!!! stating full particulars, Arthur WinI -,'WANTED few regular boarders Is not sue a company' worthy of home patronage?
; Ii!. u If this be true the property on Spring street! between Garden and .Also few boarders in STOCK $500,000-POLICIES FROM $50 TO $10,000 B
Romana, the on Romana between and Palafox
and property
: Spring
"j i J streets should greatly increase in value. Business houses have already call on Sylvester Campbell Stone'J I I family; good. locaton: ; convenient to Psnsacola Office: Brosnaham Building 9
line. of bath
car use and phone, No.
24apr .-All kinds of electrical I ;
> l tarted west on Romana trom Palafox street, and' whether the Warrington. 401 E. Gregory. ...._". ';''- ''''''z-= .''' =- -*-"""' =< "' -""""" '
work. I sell all kinds of electrical I
ra'-lroad: comes in this section or not we expect to see this part of .- ,
m. 1 :Ji Romana street a business street within a very short time. Hign WANTED-The complete story of the I batteries and other electrical supplies.
}: : .'.: rents on Palafox street is forcing business to the side streets. Pen- Great San "Francisco Earthquake I When you need me ring 345 or 955.. PLEASANT Chase. BOOM to rent 301 W. Money to Loan. Vliscellaneuos
E. W. Peake Star 8apr
new Laundry build .
"IU: sacola is too large a city even now to have but one business street. written by eye witnesses completeset I .., -nsw -
t: : r We have 54% feet front on Romana street between Spring and Pal of actual photographs,' big book, ing. E. Garden. l5dec.WANTEDBy .. NICE FURNISHED ROOMS -- SHIP CHANDLERS McKinzle Oer.
for rent TO LOAN-Everybody bore
afox streets that offer at less than best terms, big money, agents are tak- Co. wholesale ,
I' we $4000.00 $75 per foot front suitable for lug &; and retail ;;n ?
light housekeeping. from Jno. A. Hall &
& This small rent will from 15 to 40 orders a day Credit firstclass"iron and I rows money
property pays that enable you to hold it with ing chandlers and grocers, only first-ch>3
V of
Privilege phone bath.
brass molder, position'as Apply Government street. WhEn
foreman.Strictly E.
i Iii' out loss of Interest. The title is perfect abstract: will be furnished given, freight pa'.d.: Complete outfit 'I 810 E. Gadsden St. Co., house of kind: in city. Fair prices to al.!
or phone 896.
knows his Sfeblm
business. in need call on us.
Jc the purchaser. Compare the price of $75.00 per foot front to the free, six cents for postage. Now 2Snuarl
\1 1 ;' price of $1000.00 per foot front for property on Palafox, street just jeady. Free bok for yourself. The Best ,of reference. Molder: care Journal -:I rn. MONEY LOANED on all kinds of per- CARRIAGES repaired and repamt .L

:% around the corner from this ani we believe you will think as we do, Columbia House Chicago. 25ap3t 22aprlw : PLEASANT place to board on North. Foal: property on short notice. Floats built to order. Horse shoeing
: that this! property is cheap and a good purchase at the price I '' a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriag
t j1 WANTED By experienced white sawmill Hill, on car line. Address No.8, Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2V.. Co. 27fi-a
"DESTRUCTION man with family position as I care Journal 27mar Romana. Phone 1165._ ifeb
; A nice cool Summer Home the Water Act -
J f on 00"-Best book. Large profits. fireman in healthy'loCation. Address "

l: r' .J- is something you would like- to have for the hot days coming. We 723 quick.Chestnut Sample St.Free., Philadelphia.Globe Company; .Millman,. Care Journal.rf 22Aprlw'WANTEDStenographic OU at newspapers this o1h'five They"centsa are all bundle clean' MONEY other sufficient TO LOAN.-'security'by On real estate uppllug 0:1 For Sale.-, ,

have, a nice little cottage on the little Bayou lot having a 100 feetp V to Thos- Pebley, cor. Palafo
; front on the water by H) feet deep. The house is new, and nicely 25apr3t ,ork oCany dad nice. Romana. up stairs. 17nov-m. FOR SALE-one regular cigar ca-< ,
nature. Will gve: same'prompt at- one cash register, dresser. .:i.- 0'. u s
fixed up fruit trees and out houses. You can live there in the sum WANTED Two good men to collect .I ?
j'iN'' 'f mer and rent the house ,out in the wnter: if you desire, or 'it will debit and solicit insurance. AddressP. tention. Phone 285. Saprlm. HOTZLS. MONEY TO LEND-On good real estate -! range' wash stand, icin n ;,.oy-:" ,
; make nice home all the round, It is the security, or on good collateral, iron and one refrigerator, w i, i h.ju.. i
you a year near car line. 0. Box 43, City. 25aprlw. WANTED-The public to" know that! w _
The price is cheap and \*e will lend you" part of. the ,purchase price r we can do all kinds 'of repairing at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks. at a sacrifice. Call at No. lit! W. Government -

;:1JM1'! : without charge if you desire.: . .. .... .., -.;... ... ..,1500.00 VAANTED' -Good cook!? at 52 West;' Gen.:I. float building, horse shoeing etc. 1.'G. FERRELL Rates $2.00 HOTEL per -day.Sfceads Nice, Florida.rooms, Fisher !building. 21Jaa! St., City. 2"jai ri''.::: *

LIST YOUR V PROPERTY WITH US"FOR SALE. zalez St 24apr.. Welsh Carriage<' Co.-- ', 27feb good bed table' the best. J.:'M.V Fer- MONEY LOANtD on all Kinds'of par--! FOR SALE-2500() acres saw mill tim

rell, Prop.. I7apr sonal property on short notice.- ber. Will cut six million feet. Prio.j.
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THE COLLECTION OF RENTS A SPECIALTY WANTED-Goo'd nurse. Apply at 701 COURT HOUSE DYEING: Pressing! Terms easy. J. W Bullard. upstair $2.00 per thousand stumpage. A-;

JUfl North Palafox St. 24apr3t. and Cleaning Club, 212 N. DeViHers HOTEL VERNON-Rates $2 28!% South Palafox St., Phone 1144. dress W. A. May, Ga..
St., Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop.: Your pat per day. Quitman,
I THE FISHER REALESTATE AGENCY solicited satisfaction I Special rate by. week. attention fino! 24apr3t.
WANTED house 'igiri at once. Apply ronage guaran
to traveling men. Free sam -
'teed. Careful attention given ladies'garments.
229 N. St 24aprlw
l 206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. PHONE 87 Spring I Phone 1222. ,feb pIe room. :Mrs. J. P. Mauldin, Prop. UNLIMITED amount or money to ioan FARM FOR SALE80 acres, local--1
ISapr. on all kinds of personal property. at Cottage Hill on raIlroad; all tnce
"Z ___ -- W.ANTE'15-Agents wanted on :San! ,, :' Special: rates to business men on'largejeans. V
": Y'rR; t-i V WANTED.-The MerChants Traaafw in and with large house, barns, Uli"-
..;:!,.t.J6"t; V Francisco Horror Book, 600 pages,I Co. wants your moving and bauUng. HOTEL SOUTHERN-:Open alh the T1! ;New York Loan Co., 204% houses, etc. Creek runs through 'a*

- F fully illustrated, $1.50. We give 50 I All breakage guaranteed.. T. B. Tnor. year. American and European plan. South Palafox. land, and 4 or 5 springs are also: oa

Professional Directory I A BARGAIN per cent-pay .freight give credit-} sen. PrOD Phone 978. Special summer rates. Frst-class in j the land. Plenty shade trees and ul"| -
premuims. Outfit free. Percival SUP-I 18jUnelm.1
IFI WANTED.-Real Estate for or every respect. Pleasant and convenient I pIe, pecan, peach and plum tr t.'
r**** M* MI>* M*<*VS Co., Philadelph'-a, Pa. 24aprBt :
ply leasa: exchange. Your Mrs. T. L. Bowen, Prop., Pen- Miscellaneous Good soil; also have a lot "f fine bre<"i
rent or business
THOS. PE3LEY, In East' Hill lots. Others near at1 respectfully solicited. J. A. Wiles sacola Fla. ISapr chickens, ducks, hogs, goats, !p"a
sell at $75 to $100 per lot. For quick WAiNTUD-Carpenters wanted
m LAW, REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND sale, per lot only. . ..... ..$60.00 once., Apply to J. Willock,. corner I n. Real Estate Agent, 22% W. Government THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy 'I I CHIROPODIST' E. St. Clair all fowls kinds., pigeons Reascnfor gese selling and! :uiK-ys i is tiur or i
-t street Room 7, :
COLLECTIONS $1200. Palafox and Gonzalez. 24apr3t Salisbury rOJm3'I I Thomas, professonal ch'ropodist
PALAFOX AND ROMANA. For nice smal home of five building. Phone 172. 23Jan good beds. Free baths and Corns, 'bunions: and ingrowing nails have no one to manage place. A greatbargan
$2 day. Special attention. either investment IJl'for
'LtV room. per as an
PHONE 55;. successfully treated. Office in
bath and hall In nice WA.'roED-The complete story of opera
location on WANTED.-Hauling and transfer to traveling men. J. R. Brown, Prop. V party looking for -a. gaud farm oa
East Rill; $200 cash, $15 per month.C.R.YAEGER the San Francisco earthquake writ work. Office phone 363; residence DeFuniak Springs, Fla.! ISmarlm" house buiding: Government itreet ('nI which to make money. t very.hmg
ten,: by witnesses. Complete set trance. Office h urs 8 to 12 a. m.;
eye phone 390. Acosta & White 22-2S N. I I genuine and just as represented' No

gj G YATES M 0. of actual photographs. BLg books. Best already Tarragona St. 25mtr.WANTED. CENTRAL HOTEL, CHIPLEY-Op. ,,1 to 8 p. m. 2iaprMIUflO fake. Write or call on W. H. Mo-e-.n.
terms. Agents are
Big money. for further c-
depot. Large and well lighted Box 453. Pensacola, ;>a-:
taking from fifteen to -The public to know that -
forty orders -
No. 202 Theisen Bldg. Phone 686. : ulars. SIn ::
rooms. Free sample room. Meals at
.?: OPTICIAN - il a day. Send lOc. for completeoutfit old newspapers can be bought, at I I Mms; Proprietor. Furni--
hours. Special attention
306 THIESEN BUILDING V Now ready. Be first in ,our' this office for five cents a bundle. They all to traveling .hire repairing of all kinds, carpets JUST RECEIVED-Large snlpment ct
V field. The Columb'a House, Chicago.i;: are all clean and nice. men. $2.00 per day. J. M. Tug-laid, furniture packed for shipping. imported Olive Oil Retail: by pint.
For Farm, Turpentine or 22apr3t* I I gle, Prop. ISmarlm Phone 63. Next to Tampa Landing. gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso
V -- I II
Timber. .WANTED sh'ngle mill crew, I I 22April. & Co., ship chandlers an ; E. St. CLAIR Lands, j CHIPLEY HOTEL-Carl Setterlind: 4oc;.
} THOMAS Chlrpodist. I WANTED house gin and washwo. steady work and good prices. Apply PIANO TUNING' wiU be in the I[ South Palafox., ...
Opera House Bldg. En rane', G ver men: S LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall man. Apply 914 E. Strong St, The J. L/Kelley Co., Whitfield Fla. Prop. Special attention! to commercial -
domicile. o'n Address travelers. Free s mple'and bath city for a week.or ten days. Send FOR SALE OR RENT Two lighters:
11; Open to Ladles and Gents, ir will call at or 22aprlw* ISaprlw I .
rooms. Large rooms with good beds.I me your" orders by phone .802'two one with capacity for 75 thousand r,
k $2 per day. ISmarlm rings. J. Conrad Scott! llth. street lumber, the other thirty thousand ca
Turner AYmard WANTED-A circular saw filer for
WANTED: first-class cook. Wh te and 15th Aprl9-lw
WM D. HOWE avenue. *
Rates reasonable. Also *0
I I pacity.
or colored. Apply 222 E. Govern 20,000 capacity mill. Apply The J.
;4). ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT Real Estate and Abstrat Co. ment St. 20apr L Kelley Co., Whitfield, fla. 19aprlw. BAY HfTEL.-open night and day. GOOD NEWS PEN' ACOLA-If skiff beats for sale cheap, 22 ft. Ion*,
LAW P. 0. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs, Fin European plan. Rooms light and FOR 5 ft. beams. Telephone or write: .J. >
clean. Transient trade you need any locks or keys repaired Chaffin & Co.. Milton.: Fla. :25m: rON
;: 14/ EAST GOVERNMENT ST,, WANTED first-class stenographer A.'TED-All owners of poultry to solicited. or filled anywhere in your house;

EAST END UP-TO-DATE MEAT at once. Apply to Hooton &; Wat. know that we are. agents for the celebrated 575-579-S.Prop. Palafox. Jas. S. Nlcolau. if you have any trunks needing repair THE HIGH LAND-East Hill ehc-!
Conkey's Poultry Remedies\
son. I7apr ing, or lock and key; or have yr a tric car line, sx! lots 100 ft. truoi
FOR SALE MARKET AND. GROCERY S'ORE. Guaranteed to cure rupe, cholera dull lawn mower"need ng. sharpening
by 137% deep, corners $700, ins 'Je
MOVER ON THE WANTED-Salesman of 'gape and to kill fleas 1'ce and mites. '
SQUARE, tong experience I gr repairing scissors or carvers to lots $600. There are no better st: ,*
:l11 List of Property for Sale by D. Hale PHONE 718. wishes a connection with a first- Also their wonderful egg producer. F. FO3 RENT grind; guns, pistols! ,and rUles .to clean tions than these lots. A. V. Clubb-.
Wilson & Co. V I cater only to those who want first class grocery firm in Pensacola. For S. 'Meljen & Co. Phone No. 234. .' and repair? We can properly clean,

: % One block on proposed street car class goods at living prices. West Florida. Can carry established ISapr. FOR RENT-Second story over Lin- adjust and repair any make of type- FOR SALE.-Improved and unimproved

tVt1 line, New City overlooking Bayou A. MdO. MOYER, business, with me. Will May denstruth's jewelry,-store. Suitable: writer. All of these things and many! property in all parts of the cItY:

Texar, and under fence.. ....$3000 Cor Government. and Alcaniz. I, 1st "Georgia," care Journal WANTED-To' buy old gold and silver for offices, sleeping quarters or store others you can have" promptly done J. A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agent,,

1i? One half block.on Lakevlew avenue ___ 14apr2w broken up stuff regardless ofl: age rooms. Lee Oaniell 24apr at F. B. Bruce's, 28 East Government." Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone

In settled neighborhood! and on hard .... sizes. Cash paid. Lightman &; Klein. Phone 380. 18apr2wj 172. 23jau

road, very cheap at. .. .. .$1500 FORSALE WANTED-A good all-round printer 106 E. Wright Phone 1127. FOR RENT-Wirehouse, .50x7 on i 1 tb*
One-half block (12 lots) and six newhouses'rentin'g capable of doing first-class job print. W ANTED.-A. R. Bingham wants railroad. Address Box 712, City. GOOD PASTURE-For a few horses; AUTOMOBILES. am agent for auto:
ing and experienced in newspaperwork. 21aprlw and Address )r apply to W.i Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you
$5.00 each with your moving and hauling. He cows.
IIl All kind of real estate for"sale or Must guarantees from $500.00 up. They cost less thani
for houses.. be absolutely' sober; no H. Kilbee. Brents. Fla. ISaprlw
room seven more $3250 all breakage. Phono 630. ,
rent. North
Hill and East Hill be rna:
vacant : horses to keep n, They can
drinking man need apply. Cook & FOR Rm."T-:8-room. i i I
Two large lots and good three 2-story Cottage
4 .
lots. Some very choice ones at WANTED-We : horse can goi
Hutchison, Fla. want your orders foi ._ in sand or anywhere a
2 room and hall house renting for $G.OO Chipley, 7aprlm 318 W. Belmont Apply: to Walker MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE ;
good bargains for homes
or investment 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 Leslie! E. Brooks.
original i i
rii per month: if sold at once.. ..$600 V Iiigraham. April20 Mattresses made to order; old. ones j jrenovated. __
l One nice five roomed house in good I designs to select from. All Jfew, ticks furnished j NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Thosoi
: One large jot on R. R. good factory prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensapo- (
tfi locality with 37 foot lot renting for. or warehouse. site. One water front WANTEDOLD la. 16feb.: A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for Second hand furniture bought audi i wishing to make a successful run

ii.V; $io.oo per month.. .. .. ..$1000 lot that a purchaser could make no $$ $ .. ...._.r w rent, suitable for furniture or other- sold. Upholsterin'g and done. I should supply themselves with a bo'-
One-half an arpent and ten roomed mistake to buy- One'40acre farm WANTED.-Electric work of all kind. goods, 104 and lOG South Tarragona 114 E. Belmont St., city, phone ilL!.I tie of PLUTO. Now is the season ::0

14 house in central part of the city,nice anoi one of 160 acres, both near Pen I. HATS MADE NEW-Panama Let us cten your fans., resair >ourdynamo St Phone 630 SOnov Davis Mfg. Co., .C. T Davis, Mgr. prepare your .stomach and 1 1v i-V;: hade and fruit trees... .< ..$5500 sacola. and Straw hats cleaned,' pressed da; jour wirin;. etc. Pac-na I II against all diseases. Pluto will' do ;
..414; Vacant lots in any part of the city Four choice brick business houses I and !blocked. Panama 50c; straw hats 570. Pensacola Electric Co.. 205 S. i .CURSIONThelaunches Stella For sale by all druggists and grocer:

at prices that will take. Several Investments on Palafox '$t. for sale. Fine investment -I 25c, felt hats 35c. Work guaranteed. Baylen. LOST I and Leclair will run excursions tol I wholesale by Jas McHugh.

that will net 10 per cent. property. Few choice offices' Victor Louis 100 E. Intendencia.' __ the Life Saving Station, or other barber '
WtflJJJWV1tUW Kokens
rLr .r.r FOR SALE-One
on the money Invested. for rent I' 24 aprim'W&NTED NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to exchangefor I points of Interest, day or nght: on rea- several mirror-.
"- lot on East Hill Address P.j j I LOST STRAYED OR STOLEN chair also
Phones 659
sonable terms. and 330.
FOR RENT. Turpentine, men all get rich, and Ii Call or write J. A. Billingsley, 14 K:
w have good turpentine business for TO RENT-Small: cottage. O. Box 207. 30mar L Pure white pup about six month J. C. Sutherland, :Mgr. 12apr Government ISAprillm
Ten roomed house centrally located,j Fold: cross between fox terrier and St. __ _
sale cheap.: 15 crops boxes plenty, Must be close in and cheap. Address j ; -
i:4: and unexcelled for a boarding house mund Umber lease on which together with full particulars} 99S, care WANTED-your orders for tailor-! built; liberal reward return to F. R. TAILORING. L. Diamond, Tailor. FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire:

? :. on street car line. $35.00 per month. with boxes good seven years longer.' Journal ..l5apr'V made clothing. We make your Meade, 118 W. Cervantes. 22apr3t Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and best of breeding. Ask for
$ hogs
% : Five roomed house close in town clothes fit. Let us take'your meas ;
Write or call and see schedule of V -t repaired on short notice. No. lift Carl Setterlind Chipll
large yard and nice out buildings stable property. :I': PANAMAS-Let us clean your Panama ure. Lamm &; Co., Chicago, W.O.' LOST Saturday, April 14, presumably -I West Government, St, Pensacola. Fla. catalogue.

:i'I etc.. $20.00 per month. and straws. Hats cleaned,blocked Wells, agent Chipley, Fla. Japrlm' from wagon, package containingpair [ Idee. Fla. __
.rffi If what you want is not listed here > and rebanded by expert workman. trousers addressed H. P| Moos FOR SALE One large fire proof Vic

call us up by phone 234 or call and Leave hats at Fr.edericksea Tailor SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED If found returned to Express office I I J. H. PORTER- sallmaker 716 South tor safe, practically new. Doubla

1k; see us at 30 S. Palafox street T. CRAWFORD Shop, 34 S. Palafox St Speda} attention -Highest price paid for gents' and receve: reward. ISapr Palafox street. Orders' taken for doors. Reason for selling, have a

to mall orders.WANnDWUllnvest. clothing only. Sell second hand goods. tents awnings, camp stools and house larger one. Safe Dept., Wm. JoinS!

D. Hale Wilson & ,Co. _31514 South Palafox Street. Dress suts: for rent .9 E. Ictendencia. Found'I I cots. etc. PrlcesVVreasonable. %Jan. & Son. Hap

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$1000 to $3000 MATTRESSES OV.ATED. New WANTED-To loan money on your
N; PAJAMA with services, in some ligitimate WANTED-B| a young man, position FOUND STRAYING Jersey 'cow.' tick furnished II desired. All done. watch, jeweiry :and personal ei-!

SKATING EVERY AFTERNOON GET A J5.00 $7.50 AND and respectable business. Give par. as stenographer. A-l references Strange in: the vicinity! ,' for Information in good order, on short notice.. Leave: fects. Highest cash price for old go: *

THIS WEEK, 4 TO 6. LA WES AND $10.00 STANDARD-';, CLOTHING. ticulars. M., '42. care !The Journal furnished. Address Ccare: Journal address B. E., Warrington, orders at Green & Watson.. Phone and silver.! Lightman & Klein lOti! &

s ; CRILDREN; SPECIAL RATES.: COMPANY.' :::: 12apr3w ':, ,. "(-.<. 3aprlm. .Fla. .P. 0. Box No. 6. 21aprlw, 193. 4' 7mar. wright. Phone 1127.t .
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BargainsFor Are Overstocked. With McMillan Bros. Co., mrrIN NfW I II The 1908 Model

Few Days Only Brick, Lime, Plasterer's Laths Pine' Shingles RemingtonMSholes

Fence Posts Clear d.
W. Romana
Lot 40x240 Hesleyside (Br 'ss, 1687, Bedlington,
St. Phone 1 f. H. G. DeSILVA & CO.. Gr enock with 2160,000 ft sawn tim ._ _

. St near Spring hous v........................"..."..."........."...................................."..,.,......"".iL.!' .... '" ..........................".'................%..14 ber.Orpheus I S with instantly its new interchangeable billing attachmentsand car
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with room ship, 1382 Medanic riages, tabulator and two color
MOSILE.ALABAMA.MARKETS.: : Buenos Ayres, with 995,000 ft lumber. ribbon movement, is the most com-\

Lot near 80x170 DeVilliers W. Romana St.lCOO City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds Argo Cayo, Bonlta Br ss. Dove Sailed.''Br s's.Rotterdam.Widgery Marseilles ri'S: plete combined Billing andCorrespondence

Leslie L Brooks, Denomination, $1,000.00 Each. VESSELS !K' "RT.S .

Fisher Building. Dated Jan., .1906. Maturing Jan.1,1936. Redeemable Jan. 1,1926. Naval Stores. Annie Brit, Wie" 2445, Rio Janeiro machine it was manufactured.for fast service Designedas bUilt for
Savaniah Ga., Auril 2t-The naval A high class product :
!nterest Payable Semi-Annually. to Pensacola Lumber Co. hard use, recommended by experts
=--- stores marktcIosed today as follows: Bainbridge, Bras, 1193 Smith New. that-,has won great fav r. and guaranteed against wear, it is
WW.5 50WG. port News to H. Baars. Gives offered as the idealTypewriter
FOR SALE We Offer For Sale These Bonds Subject to .5 45 Cayo Domingo Br ss 1713, Friend vim and new life.
N. '..5 40
Galveston to Gulf Transit Co.Chelfor& .
BARGAIN LIST PIANOS. : Prior Sale, in Amount to .5 35 Br ss, 1707,' Wood, Tamp A pure Gin of real merit

Lester Piano mahogany One order. S .' K ... .5 25 co. to order.jHasJington.-' I that you will appreciate. for producing the most good work in
was $35O. price now $275 used onlya Suit Purchaser. I .4 55 Br S3 1220, Willis, Try it tcxUY the shortesttime with the least effort.
few months. $10 cash, balance IS .'....4 40 Kingston Gulf Transit Co. .- Write today for foil description.

per month. Correspondence Invited. G., f.. 4 00 HomewOod,, Br. ss. 1290, Jerginsen, ALL GOOD.DEALERS SELL ITS Local Agents wanted for
Irving handsome case, was $300 F-kv *.;.*::.;.*-*..**- ... .....* *O 75 New Orlean$>'to W. S. Keyser & Co. unoccupied territory. t

now $215; very little used. Terms UP I lB..3 90 Hesleyside; Br ss, 1617 Bedlington: THE ARITHMOCRAPH CO.
cash J6 per month. -- THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA D..3: 80 Las Palmas l to' R. M. Robinson. I "B&B" Atlanta MajoitlcBIdg. Chicago
Clutter large handsome, mahogany i C.C':. ...... .. ..3 75; Louise, Get s$. 1480, Bohndorf, Antwerp ,
case; was J400 now $335. A bargain. S Sp'rits Turpentine: 64 cents. to 'J. Schreyer. I

Terms $15 cash $8 per month. PENSACOLA FLA. Olv moor' Brit ss, 1970, Clark Rio .S
llehlin! high grade mahogany; was I S AU8LEY CO.'S REPORTS Janiero to.J. H.; Christie. 204 West Bay Street,
rented only few"I -, -------- -- JACKSONVILLE FLA.
$450 now $390; -------- --- -- Liverpool .Cotton MarketS Vida, Nor ss, 976 Arressen Card-
months; $20 cash. $10 per month. I. II __ .._, ,..,..,..JI O1o... nas, to Hyer &: Co. i iSMorris '_
Sterling ebony case was $250. now J,,.- ....... : ViVlna,', 1958 Bustinza Liv- Dannheisser S
$l0 $10 cash. $8 per month. Feh.-h..................................... erpool via Culan ports to Gulf TransIt ::: ..
Clatter large size mahogany case; I SAVING Klir.-A prtl..................................504AnnlX Co.1: f.'" parinheisser-Broa. Tetley'sThe
used seven months was $400 now ':T ........'.........................5.84 S i hlps. (Formerly of ; -" ) '
$10 cash. $8 per month. May-Jan...................4..............5.84 Orpheus, Aust ship Medanic Trieste. Pure Old Rye and"'Bourbon, Fine
$275 Kimball; walnut case, was $375 used Jane-Jmlr ".......................... ...6.84 Wines. Beer ana Tobacco.
liS," $10 cash, balance Jalj-ATigtut............................... 6.84 Nor 1127
two years, now $ It's ". easy. to save-merely a matter of Aufrut-Septmnber..5.goi Ophelia 'ship, Larrsen Old Hickory Whiskey Specialty The first India and

$7 per month. .less'than i! 8nt.ember.Otober..j........ ..........B.B7NovemberDecember. Dunkirk. '
All of the above are upright pianos .spending you earn. Keeps growing S Oeob.rNopmber ................ ........11.80I Bal'ew. 12 W. Zarragocsa Street. America17
and we guarantee them. We have 16 easier tdo< -in fact becomes surprising I .................. ....689DeomberJftnnwy Antigua Nor bk 1348, Ferguson, PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA. Ceylon tea tn
square pianos from $15 to $<5. 50c after ....:.,.. ..............5.59 New Orleans to A. Zel'us. '
per week; "good for practice. 1easy you have practiced it for awhile. LiYArpooI8p'ots && Paalo Angelo, Ital bk 1136, Beam.: years old-wasTetley's.

CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE v Parbwood Nor bk 756 Lunde-i F

Pensacola, Fla. into the habit of New York Cotton Market. guard St. Nazaire to Or l?r. i i Mai ine Grocery Co. .
People fall
spending Precursore,.Ital bk, Schiaffino 1508 First
FOR SALE-Ten. new and seconds money S .thoughtlessly'and imagine they can- Open High Low OOM Genoa 'Rosasco Bros. todaysCOFFEE
January 10.84 11.41) 1008 10.39 604 606 608., 610 S. Palafox St.
hand office safes, different S 5chouners.Donna .
cond not "save. Cultivate and May 1107 11.08 1006 10..9Ju1y
at thoughtfulness Chrtet'na Am Phone .723.
sizes best makes bargain prices. 19.81 10.95 10.82 10.87 sch McLeod,
Scarritt Moreno office East Government carefulness and your bound to save. August 10.68 1074 1066 10.ft 165 Cardenas.A .
V. J. VIDAL Manager.THE .
St. 24mar October..10 10.89 !
Four per cent interest paid on time deposits December....;."\ IG.33 10.49 10.81 10.88 10.35 Thousand Dollar's Worth of Good"I I
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Those here. Open an account to-day New York 8pot.. n.M have been afflicted Wth k'dney: H )ME OF EAT GOOD: THINGS TO

wishing to make a successful run There's and I and bladder trouble for years passing \
should supply themselves with a bot- protection encouragement sat- S Wheat travel or 'ston s with excruciting Just Received: We are tbe Pioneer
PLUTO. Now is the season to in bank account. Open Hitfi Low COM Halibut
tle of isfaction a _...... pain says A. 'H. Thumes a well Halibut Chunks Quick Luucb
liver Mar "Wi 80 78K T9yInly. Coffee Roasters of
prepare your stomach and ..........._ 8% 7 78% 794 known coal operator of Buffalo O. "I 50 kitf of fancy Mackerel, J1.25 perUt.
against all diseases.Pluto will do ItFor .5 got on relief from medicine until I began S "__ West Florida.McHUGH'SBLENDS.
sale by all druggists and grocers I C Corn. .taking Foley's Kidney Cure, then 60 kits Salmon. $1.25 per kit
wholesale by Jas McHuga. Op o High Low Clew 50 kitE halibut fins $1.25 per kit.
the was surpris'ng. A few
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){aT. ; .ji1i 4ij g7J.1y 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds
S doses
FOR SALE-Second hand 25 H. ,P. __..Kfa S. i x 4Q 49 started the brick-dust-like sub $1'.25 pei kit- '

boiler. Will sell -cheap. Apply to FIRST NATIONAL BANKS NewcYorK .Stock Market my stance'and kidneys now and I I feel have like no a pain new across man.I Bloaters, t.lUkers'a Roes' Herring,I
ISApril Open Clow Pickled S"a1mon, Dill' Pickles
New Method Laundry. It has done me $1000 worth of'good." Codfish . :
Southern P&elfl ....... 64i 64% German l planer Kfout.
FOR SALE 95?4 acres of .land half Ooppei, ..,., .. -.10 lj'U( Foley's Kidney Cure will cure every Pigs Feet in tits: '1.00 have
.j! trial
mile from city northwest; 70 acres OF PENSACOLA FLA. .t.; 8.R.......!.\t...t .."...v.....:.. 1384 138% form of kidney or bladder disease. W. Uanewil ana L nt 'fI'Fruit Cake. no equal.
timber land sub soil clay; 25% acres Atch ........'.1...!J-....!.'.....-.-.... 91/ 895 I A. D'Alembefte,. druggist and apothecary National Biscuit Go's' Fruit' Cake 25c will convince the con-
'w.n:.KSOWLKS Pres. W.K. Hna Ja., V.-Pres.! and C&i\ier .
under cultivation, clay sub soil. Dr. T,W talST&ndW N.BOBIRTS Asat.Cnhieri. : : A.B ,......................... iad. 154" : per pound.
T. A. LaFar 518 Gulllemarde St. DIEZCTOB8-B'. a'Brent W. A. Bloant, W. H. Knowles,- W. K. BIer, Zr.-. R.8 T..I*.*. Bl} : Vfe handle the celebrated blends of nolsseur that we
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D. G. Brent. 8.4 0 ;. .LIOJ% 100Iri KEEP COOL. :
:2April 2.w. S ............ ..; ........-.. tl '1"- BUY YOUR UNDERWEAR toffee roasted by the Gulf City Coffee make no extravagant
0.1.1 ...........7;'it.;....' ;::.. 59 S NOW. Co., H. P. Chipman Manager.
hand buckboard. 68u. %
FOR SALE-'A second 8................... ...i,; .. '2i} t.% WATSON PARKER & REESE HAS ,Pazaca, S5c .lb.: Gold Standard. 25c claims.
Apply 405 W. Chase St. .. : C.S. pretmed. ::...: .1." '1&75\ 10'1B. THE SWELLEST LINE OF MEN'S Ib; Diamond Blend, Jac. lb; Golden

22A'prillwioa .i..............,l.. ;,".;...... 20 29 UNDERWEAR IN THE CITY. Rio, 20c lb.Strictly .
No. 5'03.C. L.Ii K.'...-..,....:;..... 14SUad J4", fresh roasted and as goodas Wholesale and Ret&i1GROCERS
SIALE Second hand tents ana' .....':..,'{*; T8J*. 79 $100.00 any Co5ee.Bold'la this 1ty'.
flys in good condition. Size 9 feet. .W.UMA!. PrwldiBl.M. JOHN PFEIFFER. Attfstint Caikltr.' M.P..J..f.r.-_ tiS $ REWARD _,Send us your orders and we will deliver -
H. F. DeBroux: phone 889, Warring- .E.CLARK) ,Ylct.fretldtnt) ( I''nd" Caihfer. )J.W.ANDREWS. Ail stant Cashier.or MO...........yJ;...,.... ;.i.11* 1I promptly.
ton. Fla.PUBLIC. Apdl-lw' Cn.1'&o..t..:.;,.... ldO 18U $100.00 reward will be paid for the .
N.yo--: =........'.... laitf 137 arrest and' delivery to the sheriff of.
SALE of valuable. city property THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK P.O ....;..-\t.-t...;.... 63) 93 Walton ount ., one Charlie Renols and all kinds of Feed
at public sale at a negro. Description: : He'ght: 5
-I will sell B'D'Ch.i..?..;.-. 124 125 feet '
the west door of the -court house on PCNSACOLA, 'lA. 8..P......'!.......: 169?$ 1&SB 10 or 11 Inches; weIght about' 160 or Stuffs'Pluto .
Saturday April 28, at 12 o'clock noon a.I........;................ .; 2iij 26 110'pounds; bright mulatto with medium .
the lot on the N. 'E. corner of W. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. ..-...<.;. 88! K large 'eyes. Has scar on upper
and Spring Sts-lot 153% feet T C.I........_;_.,... 145 IUPtnoa lip to the. right of nose and when lasts RPAlD/Z(
Grogory St. and 224 ft. on,Spring CAPITAL STOCK $::00.600. SURPLUS $69,053. .... ,.,..i. 18s4 139' en he wofe"a' blue faded jumper : WaterWholesale

on St.,Gregory and known as the C. M. Wilsonlot. DIRECTORS I' I U.P.......... ':'-- ", :...... 149 1494 overalls a gray cap, a'new pair of No. \

C. B. Lewis Agt. 22aprlw 8 fine sharp toed shoes. Reward to -.5 S
Henry L. Govlngton, Frank Reilly, F. E. Browner, Ausley & Co's. Daily Cotton Letter. J be paid by J. A. Rlchbourg- & Co.-.. I.' ., and Retail.

FOR S'ALE-Fine' piece of property, J. rd. Pfeiffer, W. S. Rosasco, C.V.'. Ltmar, New .York,,April 24.The wave of Crestview,. Fla.
cor. Wrght and Reus Sts., 5 lots Bryan Duirwody, T. F. McGourfn J. R.Seuiden, liquidation which swept over the IIQTtS,
house with 5 A. M. Avery W. H.Milton 0. E. Msura, yesterday and this ELEGANT LINE MEN'S LOW '
two houses; one cotton market
hall and pantry bath room W. L.. Cavvthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, HvKcnzle OerUng, morning gradually, spent itself 'and SHOES JUST RECEIVED BY WAT. $ $45..9I New Orleans Grocery Co
rooms, -
C. E. Clark.
Alex Mc owln, M Covington, M.
with toilet gas in every room hot prices steadied and a natural reactionset SON PARKER & REESE.: THE -
and cold water. Two houses will rent in which -carrier them somewhat CELEBRATED RALSTON MAKE. '
for $384.00 per year. Stable flue Accounts of B. Individuals' ., Corporation end Firms SofVolted. Higher but the market did not show 5'- Jas. McHugh ,

lawn with flowers. wire pigeon house Four per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits. 'he snap and vigor necessary for a GET A PANAMA $5.00$750 AND .14 %
8x10 wth: fan tall pigeons and rabbits. 'Ui! campaign, or even a material ad. $10.00 AT STANDARD' CLOTHING i I Phone 105.P.. --*-*",*-,

Call and examine. Apply to Joe ance. COMPANY. 'C I .

James. 20aprlw : .. Liverpool was about as expected .. .
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-- : ; -: 1:; ;? "1 ---' --"" ;<
--5- --- p reduced 5 '
cables showing spots .
T. 8. W kTjt3' V'tOll.Pusllm. points on sales .of 10,000 bales while morning and with contnued! favorable H ,*
L HILTON OR3N p"'UDlno. I ... .. y I
FOR SALE-Full blood white Wyandotte B.II.fcUSHNlTUj,\URn.! MANSFIELD MORENO,AK'Jr.C.&UID: futures were reduced 3 to 5 points. weather conditions: we are In V LU-
eggs Beacon of Boston strain The cont'ngntas the best buyer cline to think'prices will gradually
$2.50 setting of 15. Few very fine Citizens National Bank this morning .the spinners from that drift to 'a lower level. CHAS. BLUM &CO

cockrels ready for the yard. Address ., ,of Peauoola Florida.Ot I part of Europe finding they'could There is a firm and'' almost universal -I :317 AND 519' WEST BAY t....
Chas. Murray DeFunlak Springs, Fla. CC OKAQM. not get the actual cotton were forced belief among professionals: JACKSONVILLE 'FLA.

Slmarlm W.Wrlrht. Morrf!Seal'. T.B Weilea Eli M.Robinson. L Hilton Gre"u. into the future market to hedge thslr: that there will bs a. considerable in-

S A5CVVIRAL FAYtffJVG BUSlfit'SS TRANSACT contracts of piece goods. crease in the acreage and with anything J '
I'OR SA.LCa.r load Tennessee i Temperatures over the" belt were I .'like favorable weather condi-- PRESS TH-.5'
horses and mules. Can be seen at ----- somewhat lower than nonmal but on tions they will scarcely load up

Pou's stables. McMillan & Turton. _-_- S SSS _S ,_.__:_ .J I the whole the weather map wa'3 al heavily on the long side; in fact the 1JT'TON ity
aprlO. favorable one and without better most conservative of them freely expressed -
J- -H- than was in evidence this the opinion that December
.... support ]
FOR SALE-Nice, clean old newspapers It M.,.,.Carr... ',-"..A.T -A,. C 0 Jn bU''tau,." -I cotton "would sell far below 10 centsno a;,
bundle. ThIs of.
matter how the
at five cents a ,i U tad ReUti D= strong statisticalpositon

fice. S Steam, Domeiti'h; Anthraciteand CO A L I iHERIO US SHOULD the present'of the time.staple might be at $ '.

FOR SALE-Shoe making and repairing Blacksmith 6 Bad weather reports a short time!

shop; establ'shed trade; no Office-No. 43 South Palafox street. Telephone 93. ; DRMHOHEUpOSScientists( back, brought; the spinners of theUnted ;

competition; good opening for good Tarragona and Gonzalez st' sts. Phor s f inrt ;37! ; I Kingdom and the Continent Spring Wedding
YaM comer Say
1 1r the market I
man. J. Mindel, Bagdad Fla. ..___---I .5' 5 L5 j'J i: .. _, 'nto on a much broader
: than
BaprlGt ;- ; scale at -any time during the!
I present season as they bad only!
Genuine Toast ) Season
HH4 ,..t.$. ,,. ,$ + Therefore u'is Always. a-_ i ij enough supplier to carry them well:
FOR SALE-FIne hotel site' ? best situation I to Health When You brink into ,October and anythn looking! I
in the cIty for a tpurist hotel towards a late crop sent them scurry-| Gift ProblemJ
130 feet fronting south by 172 feet r -"C : "American Queen. The! .Sorert .
IAUSLEY COIWANYI% tug into the market to protect thsm-i\ Simjilctt- -S (THiniiut -
deep on East Government street overlooking I .lf selves. Frosts were reported in thel -tad only Perfect
Seville and Adams *iIt lilf-fiaing Pen. No glue filer '
square middle In the wonderful exhibition of
S determined by the coun i kike regions ana' the west and' -co Ink to IB&:-oa clorriaortJukug. J
has }been
street with open view of Pensacola : .
'n the middle" Atlantic states an 1.
toy $10,000 will 'property.lapr. try's 1 hading physicians: that Americans : fancy china, art pottery, cut glass
buy the
I f there was some fears on th part ,of You limply! preti thebuticassbthepictrcan4tepca1a
: COMMISSION BROKERS drink a sufficient quantity
do not
and other collected
of'liquids. Tp th3 humin system.. the tear clique lest the temperatures fa I f.haJI." objects, especially
'11i ht be lowered to such an extent
i oay! ? for the occasion the gift
.In importance ,
quid.3 are
FOR SALE-rOne fine mantel foldingbed i ; that would 'necessitate con'derablretlantIng ?
II'EST\ INTENDENCIA STREET PENSAC9U FL.%. food and ths; drink is'found as ts *the paper settled here
(the latest) baby's high chair, : to perfection when 'lt(.,also: but we hardly think this, problem is easily ,no

baby carriage, chairs dishes!, etc..Ap-- S ., ery highest lood.This: xac.t11.," the of- will occur now. i Eai1e$5Oriasn matter how much or little you
ply' No. 36 S. Palafox St l aprlwSALE. conveys.' ; This is very narly the time of __ : .
1 Private' Wires N. Y.. H. 0,. and Chioasa.: |i it flee: gites;American the ncrVes Queen the: Ber.greaV8t:> 111 of hops all Tpar for. al1 sorts of but crop scare* have that /Ar.' figure to expend.Q .
material' they
FOR A photographers outfit It' Tiever ; Y"U should the beautiful! decorated
Yegsta&le tcn'cs: and in ffialt coivey.3 lulk ... see
temporally No. km
their upon prices
effect : 15 14 goUT

store Cheap., las E.Apply Intendencia Fsher: St.Furniture 27mar COTTON.SJo.S( GRAIN,PROVISIONS and BONDS j jBonght'and to the finest-blood vegetable n-d'tissue'cne foods, and ofnatures 1' apd.slpnt ar and;Aiwav federally
the water of which it is made conveys "f1uh"N.2S .
.tb'T are worth.- French. German
I } Sold on Margin or far 11V3stm! nt. 2Relerencs a ptre, healthful carbonated- l'qud. ''The Tpfkly" statements. are llkelvto Ea1.'W.tholdba."F1uh" "0. 26$2.30 pottery.
and Austrian with
NOTICE. imports together
CREW : which s fentsts de .lare is_ almost bp rath'r tnlli'h? on acconnt of the lam siz. $3.00withg1dLad.Ao
1 Neither the captain owneror i, as necessary to the health as food.t redaction !Iii\ mill taWnr* 'o far this El*? the distinguished American products
consignee of the Italian : first! Hitlwil.wi Peoples Baak Phone 1173 ]' i t Amprlqan Queen Is equal to any week". while! the, movement J>a3 ke.*>t SJd-ud Other Sta&OM -all here in splendid! variety and

S bk Paal Angelo for debts,will contrac-be responsible ..................,.... .........s4..444...t.+....u : 1 American b' Digh quality It Is made and in of!. up teimkaMi weL! Jt 's kprlnjr'B York!?I Ask: TOUR, DEALER. If be. S attractnas: values.
purity. Now
: Its germ proof 'I.'I.I t>!J bt'thl\ fsMin?: thAtthe xao't KU yon |i s Eiijl?
ed_by the.crew of said YesTel IS ....... 3.. 1 1.,.. I te costliest materials, in the costliest. ctcwd tme fold aWt twice a i ip "FLASH"Fountala FewttenMi4 Q Come in and enjoy the feast of
po" of m' dern'brewetles. as 9q"lpnent..: rci Jql al they havp bnt!!bt'May|t Each tbcreti1pnc.iroctse0I tMciatdy ttYngs artistic.
BOZZO, Captain.H. Order Your It is brewed by master -workmenand: 'n'd 1)V docMfinf! to accept tenders oni I ut=L pea gut., I'Egle
BAARS & CO., Consignees. ICE :COAL and WOOD has-been declared without: : a peer by] the 27th they'will irake rat deal l lH Pencil Co '

the expert Brewer's Institute, Chicago. >re" oonev .out of the break, in UiBbfaSlUtX33'i '
WHEN ,YOU WANT A &HIRT! ceJO from '$Iioconsumcrs' They declare that no beer in tha-couatrr : July than! tVy> fan pn5blY 10A. :'.by Knr GERSON'S
WATSON PARKER & REESE. Ice and Fuel .Company. Is superior to "American Queen,"I the break in May. We rseard the /Broadway, York 4S

AS THEY HAVE THE BEST THATMONEY I aDd Tarragon Phone 259.S made by the Acme: Brewing Co., of: summer 'jositiqns i as very dangerous
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k was received by Knowles! Bros., yesterday: .:; :. ,. >;.. : {;': -:

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a Taste ,- -There- --- was something doing In the States will be doing the can-can -walk .. Hartford' Conn: ;April" 19/,1906':: : ':: '

Southern league yesterday. It is.true at athletic park if New:'O'rJeans' winsa r . .. -:, ,; :
that only one of the leaders was defeated few more games. ,He ;l}is':the$ nestor, ; '

For correct garments, no but it was Birmingham, and of the baseball scrlbea.of- tile south. : ,: : To Knowles Agents, ; '. .'

t matter If you want to payI that, tOO.i by Nashville, Mike Finn's. Grantland Rice tho':brightest! light c:"
layout. The Steely Magnates after that the south ever turned out as a'' ? *& : .
but small :
a price remember -
' e i r the stock we handle wlnn'.ng: three straight from Nashville baseball writer is ,now 'a 'benedict: ".f .;:. ;. : "f Pensacola, Fla. ;
R solves the problem. finally snocun!bed to the powers of Rice was with the Atlanta Journal for '- <
the Tennessee men Much to the re- years, but is' tow with the Cleveland *' ''
./ No definite advices obtainable} from San Francisco
r I gret of the, baseball fans of Birming-- News. ; : are as yet ,

HartSchaHnerfiMarxClothing I ham. Shreveport was the victory over Squire Brown" ,erstwh'le Screws,: ." "
: I Memphis, 'and the. Pirates are now sporting editor of ..the, Montgomery!. ;" :butthe Hartford will its losses there promptly and in full as at
i;only one battle' behind the Alabama Advertiser has so far; held his little pay ,
a for Men, .bunch. If Vaughan and his gang of hammer in tow. Let Durrett and his; .
relics and youngsters representing crew lose a Jew more battles, and]] Baltimore: Boston and Chicago Continue business as usual write
n TPjQf i and"SamPeck" Birmingham blow np' those who know "Sqifre", will hand. it out to Ike }n ,. ;
the caliber of the manager as far as doses like/Tom O'Brien'received it last' .
appreciation! Is concerned will not season. 4 : : all desirable risks offered. GEORGE L. CHASE
I weep. 'II The Sallie lea'gue! race js tied up! > ,, .
I Jacksonville and Augusta are still with Jacksonville and Augusta, tied I
I tied for first place'In the Sail e league for first place and the others well j . President.
Clothing for boys and .'while New York leads the National bunched. .
{ young men have no equal '
league'procession and Philadelphia is
$6.50 to $25.00. all the money in the American, league.i COCO JUDGMENT, :The,'!Hartford writes Fire and Tornado Insurance.,

is the essential characteristic of men

and women. Invaluable to good business .
STANDING AND RESULTSSouthern men and necessary' to house
wives. A woman shows good 'Judgment _
when she buys' white'j Cream '-l _? ---',: ,- --;+ >: -' -' "- ..'-_ : ?' _-.. :! _: = '
The John White League. Vermifuge for her baby. The' best

T Won Lost Pct. worm medicine even, ,offered! to moth I =
Birmingham.. *. ......10 2 833 ers., Many indeed are the >sensible : _.J '. .
Store Phone Shreveport.. ., ....u.-9 2 818 mothers; who write ;expresshg their!
t 225. New Orleans., .. ,;. .. 7 2 778 gratitude for the good health: of the'r'I (;",
r Atlanta .. .. .. ..:"'' 5 5 600 children, which they We to_the use ofWh1t Paid i35OOO OXFORDS
Memphis.,, .. '.. .... 3 6, 333 '* Cream'Vermifuge,. /Sold"- by d
205.207 S. PALAFOX ST.

Nashville. .,. .. 4 8 333 all druggists. --
it Montgomery :. .. .... 3 7 300 : Special to The. Every Working Day I
v; $ Little Rock .. ... .. ;. 1 10 >099Yesterday's WANTED-AN APPRENTICE GIRL Apalachicola.April: i
. AT .FIALKS.' -' iprovements are .being I THE HEBOYS'
During 1905 the Equitable paid an average of $133,000 H
Results. of
way new buildings,
: Tetley'sHaHpouad every working day to its pol'cy holders. Wouldn't you S\
Nashville 4. B'rmingham 1. SHRIMP stores, a hotel ; ,
like to hold a policy in the EQUITABLE the strongest | !
Atlanta L and large
7. Montgomery a OXFORDS
in the world? '
Shreveport 4, Memphis l 3. 'NICE' FRESH SHRIMP' AT JOE'S houses being under !I
: New Orleans 5, Little Rock 3. pipes for the water : !!
: PLACE. PHONE 154., I '
Insurance, : Gen l A-u
aistributed all over 'Lnowles.Bros
, : HaH-pouad 30c, 4Dc,. 55c. South Atlantic League. work of laying the ', Fire, Life. Prns3eolaI
Won Lost Pet. started soon. The new
Three generations Jacksonville. .. ...'.. ..6 2 750 Wm. Jotasoriv6 Son soon be in operation.The. They're Boys' sizes. But they
Augusta. '.. -....' .6 2 750 steamer are built for all the world like
r of success. Charleston.4. 4: 500 Tetley's Teas served free (in been undergoing .! our Men's styles.THAT'S .

Savannah' .. .. ......3 5) 375 annex) by an expert. Either for some time! is to I I ..................................................
Macon .. .. .. ... ..3 & 375 run Friday General P -
Joseph Tetley & Co. Columbia'. .. .. a. ;.2 6 250 i hot or'iced. Call at"the Big ,Montmolliir of the ( + I 0T WHAT SUITS

, London, England. Yesterday's-Results." Store and try a cup.',, There'isflaTor the tcm boat All overhauled the cabins tr Iron Works and Suool Co. !

Jacksonville 4, Columbia 2. fragrance anq strengthin vated and repainted, Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, : THE BOY k

g1 Augusta 5, Charleston 2. Tetley's Teas. been decor ted and FORGINGS, MILL AND! STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
t E. L. REESE J. MENDEL Macon 3, Savannah; : ; > additional' deck has i REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all "orders, : The average boy wants Man-
the ,convenience of th Mayor night Agents for James McKay & Co.'s 'celebrated ish Shoes. He gets them here,
P h Reese 6 Mendel National'League.1 V JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT The Gertrude will thus' .. Tlmbr Dogs, also chains of all descriptions.: Office phone 123. Resldence. : and while our Boys' Oxfords
Won Lost Pet. coal- exclusively : phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr.
stylish look'ng,
,, E The Home Tailors; New' York.. .. .. :,...8 3 727 AND OF CELEBRATED SLIPPERS FOR BUDD'SSHOES CHIL- hours the time both'usually on the up .t. ..... ... .. 04 .11NINN01111N10N. ,I are not been sacrificed.All durabilityhas .

Philadelphia.. .. .. ..7 3 700' DREN. -

.. ,.. .. .. ..6 3 667 I'I'PittSburg. / on now wood presents for the a -very!,. : ............................. ...................
Builders St. Louis!, .. .. ..:....5 4 556 SKATING EVERY Leath-rs
AFTERNOONTHIS pearance with a :nw, ; I

Y Boston Chicago..6;.. '.. .. .. :". ..5< 5 5 500Clnc'nn 545 WEEK, 4:TO 6. LA DIE..AND both in and outside.. -: Hot WaterFor I Ii
CRILDREN. SPECIAL RATES. i Vici Patent Colt, Pa'ent Kid,
tt..o.. ... ..4 9 308, HOSIERY!
Brooklyn., .. .. ....1 9' 100 Gun Metal and Blucher Styles.
Isl I- -' 10:30.: the Kitchen
//Yesterday' Result" FOUNDAT WATSON, '
$1.25 to $$3.00
New York 8;- Brooklyn 7. Why Julia Quit : REESE'S "May:be had on short notice and without the bake-over
Philadelphia 6, Boston 4. PRICES THAT WILL temperature of the kitchen and the old fashioned coal R
Hen'sfine St. Louis:9., Cincinnati 3. The most peculiar reason yet assigned TO BUY.,, i range by using the t
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Pittsburg 6, 3. for servant ,
11t Chicago a leaving her ;
: l place "without notice" /Was" given SKATING TONIGHT! : : Up-to-date Gas Heater. : BOSTON SHOE STORE

4 merican/.League. by, a Germantown mistress when : : figure with you pn a gas water heater to be installed i
VWon Lost Pet
i/ asked why Julia, a colored maid, Tcufy In your home. The cost Is not great and its .
rit Philadelphia.. ... .. ..5 3 625,
'had "The' -whole The sevente n- I operation is somewhat less than FASHIONABLE FOOT FITTERS
Chicago.: .. .. -.4 3 B71 suddenly quit. expensive the old coal SPensacola

SL Louis.. ... .. .. ,..4 3 571i, trouble came about,last wash day," of a certain Wall str j w, ... .. .._"; ..
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Clothes. De troit..4 4 500 said the indignant housekeeper. ly visited.for'tke.first! I i

Washington.. .. .' ,..4 4 500 began to rain before the wash was farm in Dutchess, I
Cleveland. .. ..l..3 3 500 done and when it to past year owned by her Gas Company
was ready hang : \
IP New and uptodateme ol Springand New York. .. ... .. -..4 4 500 girlimmediately; bec Tetley'sThe
Summer Suitings and Trouserings .. out it was drizzling at a good rate.
Boston, .. .. 3 5 375
t'i< % -"'" ; Then it was that Julia, the colored terested in the prize Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. |
Trousers Suits from from$17.50 to 5000. Yesterday's Results. help, came upstairs and asked .me she the special pride of ........++..t................ON11100000NINNe
I $5.00 to $15.00Join New York 7, Philadelphia 4. to lend her my rain, coat while she 'asked many ,

'. Costs our Gentlemen's Suit OlUD.i' St. Lotf. /!, Detroit 0. hung out the clothes. I had never to,their breeding, etc.

and only small$1.50 repairs.per month for pressing Boston _Washington: 2. found an umbrella or a mackintosh One evening just -at SHOE STORELeader The taste for Tel*

t Y Dyeing and Cleaning of men's ani' Indoor Baseball. necessary when I djd'similar, work girl was standing. on t EOPLE's
m women's Clothes a specialty. -,- and declined to grant the. request. the farmhouse talking _
U Give us a trial We will appreciate Friday night the paWic will be Then Julia' quit."-Philadelphia ager there'came the ley's is the most cultured '
treated to a game of Indoor baseballat
r your business. J'I
note of a cow. In'
if; PANAMA the Y. M. C. A. for which no admission Record. Low Prices.
: 1 liArs CLEANED AND will be charged, "Just listen to 32 West Government.Lumber taste in tea.
; ; $BLOCKED. The Buster Brown who played sucha said the girl to the ;
REESE-MENDEL TAILORING CO., fine 'game last .Friday night have ing for her colt/'-
lH i Phone. 675. 11 N. Palafox St been challenged by the' Young Men's PARIS SHOP ly. Florida and Alabama
'c r team and a .fast ,game may be ex
.\ : pected. I The I
z vy : The ladies of the Y. M. C. A. auxIliary One of the most Brick LAND COMPANYManufacturers
fit will be on hand to entertain and FRIDAY and SATURDAY, be remembered in the ,

CLOTHES serve Children refreshments, will not in be the admitted cafe. un APRIL 2'7thsnd2Bth : clothes. is keeping the Hardware Paint. and Dealers in of
: cupboard in whicb ,
less accompanied by their parents. LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN
'" AT THE ESCAMBIA! rjOTEL perfect order and- Ie We handle every bit of material necessary to !build your GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP.NNNN10eNNNNNNNe.

:l' 1, BYJunior -. above all things, do home complete in tooth wholesale and retail quantities
...R'0 F... DOPE DRIPPINGSBaseball'is they need frequent Will be glad to submit: prices to contractors or others
< :{,.;Mj I GuildFOR day the doors should > using same in quantities.
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rs several hours and the

ate'h )t QUALITY!' as culines well are the'young Feminines all attending the._enjoy rage as well the and the as the national games mas old-!'Benefit of Christ'urc, .of will ed removed spirits to circulate, may of camphor be hung\ Saunders Phone 717. Mill 21 Company East Garden Street. "i j I F. S. Mellon & Col j

\ throughout.the country.What's Cafe keep. out moths lit i*
'i with
.!. ', I French Chef clean odor to the Handle. Nothing t
t"j.t\ the patter;! with Pensacola1
;;4 forming a city league? The talent is i r.will be a feature 'of, the :strong enough to'make. t But :

i.t'W': Clothes don't make the here. Why not call a meeting and i attraction When worn. Cedar oil r-
man. be used in the 0
I may same
get such athletic lovers as W., A." NEW
to be but Its about the THE
sure VERY BEST :
:Creole bodice should I .
Lunch be
m; only ,thing nine-tenths of the Blount, Jr., Tom Mc 3ourin, W. B. From 11 to 4. never
< Sheppard. F. W. Marsh, J, R. Kellar out airing. !
meet have
H people we to go 'Oy. I of :
W. S. Garfield, Sherrill of '
tt The man who does not make Secretary 1186 E. W. LAWRENCE Prop. No.a' WEST ROMAN ST.
the Y M. C. A, John Oliver and
; others A Clotkei
; Fry good appearance in this'Twen- i
k.r.b {: a tieth Century Is badly handi! interested*,, It,.is' baseball.great pastfme Four: and DID YOU NOTICE The furniture of a /bNO......................N........, ............ Everythingt
t capped.tD great sport thls clubs!' should always include ; .i
could be formed,and Friday afternoon i ---- i
Clothes are the all important THAT WINDOW which may be p
double. headers could be played. Get" OF
part of a man's make-up and For hanging, The
pense. Furniture .
up the enthusiasm and get energy and t re Clean, heavy clipped White*
It's right here that we come in. II merits it !is of the i T Oats.
outdoor spoVts In the limelight. | I J
Our $10, $12.50. $15 or $20Spr'ng PANTS ? there
should be
: 4 S."fr? Smaller cities than Pensacola have course a Y No. 2 White Corn, pure Bran
Suits are splendid splendid
l(; city leagues the in : hangers which cost and Shorts, f
Il and.< boys go some 3 You' .
: specimens of r modern tailor- the bush league towns.. Pensacola is WELL: ", each. This !is decidedly Helps 1 i Chick Feed, consisting of 20 *
Ing. ;
il a comer and demands recreation these od of disposing of J articles for the rapid and :
Handsome stylish'and' cor. summer monthsMust YOU WANT TO TAKE A LOOK AT 'as yet in unfinished st Z healthy growth of the newly 1
,.n'' rect in every detailThe ,have been a hard blow for that THOSE FEW SAMPLESTHEN they must be left with Is the one that fits out your home with furniture' and A hatched. *
rSnE: fabrics are the latest: and Birmingham' bunch of scribes, that defeat 4 in or trimming pinned lets you pay for it while you are using it; and in' such f Wheat and Mixed Feed for 1
we believe that we can please of small amounts as to be hardly noticeable. Just think X the hen.
: the Barons yesterday by Nash way that It is most_ .
#J1; any man with a Spring Suit re of aComplete *
h i gardless of how particular or ville. Moonef the News' and Roberts "fold them. If the ii .i Condition Powders for horse, *
; fussy he may ; :J!\, clothes. the afternoon matinee, but did not enjoy COME INSIDE AND 1 lH.1" SHOW". YOU. .quite as free from 0 Conkeya Celebrated Poultry i
< the'returns. Take the count Bedroom Suit Remedies, 2
.tr: We are as ready to show as once SUCH AN ASSORTMENT OF. away drawers 11 : roupe cure, cholera
!n a while it is cure, JJf
soothing. gape cure and lice killer.:
Af to sell PANTS THEY ,
r- Washington had the, life pounded WILL MAKE Ii I : ( you live in town telephone f
f', .Jl,1 i iii out of-her'pitchers'fe$ rday. Wolfe YOU For Shabby For. $2O.OO. IIi. .us. 4
...|.'-JJt ffit. Sudhoff. Hughes; Falkenbeg and the For improving shabby l If in neighboring towns write: J
\:, \ whole bunch must have worked but "PANT" take a pint of linseed Z to us. i
r J : Boston'scoie4.19 'f1} Just the same. 'let it stand till nearly !,i. '. A sideboard forJ15.00. Mattress for J2.50,' Mattings 25
m H. O. ANSON.fd' Rather clownUb." and :amateur. for big! TO GET YOURSELF' THREE OR in half a pint of !I cents a yard la'd free and everything> else. in proportion.. .
Won't you come in and buy today.
: : leaguers. FOUR. PAIR "AT THE 1.0W mixed, then bottle. r
:Montgomery is Setting it where the PRICES i : quired, shake the bottle I F. S. ME LEN & CO. j
... chicken: got<, the ax4 and Ike Durrett .tleon a soft cloth rub I !

CASH CLOTHIER Ing and to the Seepp findexcuses.1: town cranks. Unnecessary are try,' leather, turning the I MARSTON & QUINA : Phone 334. :
dirty then rub with a 1 e
f.t\1: Coroer Palafoi and MJQ! Just In fast 'company. That's' all COLEMAN the polish is restored. Palafox i. Pensacola .
Just enough .:though '-: : i 108/110S. St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. Fla. t
tens the leather '
1( [.1.fl." t "Ginger" fox of the New Orleans / 212 S. PALAFOX cracking.: "- oNON110011NN.e...........................N10 Z :........ ..........111111 0:

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