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 26, 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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Unbounded Enthusiasm Marks ANOTHER EARTHQUAKE, i I ATHENS T URGES. AMERICAN' PEOPLETO Pensacola City Council Authorizes

Gathering of Heroes of the Donation of Five Hundred i

Southland. ,SUPCKFELT IN 'FRISCO .I $L'ND.MONY DIRCTPresident Dollars.

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Lasted 1Jearly'a-Minute; and Caused Con Themselves in Many of the Citizens

GREAT MULTITUDE Principal Events. Says of San Franciscoare THE CITY FINANCES

siderable Alarm-Also Felt in Oakla114 -: ThfjrrTughly OrganIzed and Able

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Taxed Capacity of Auditorium i in and Berkeley! SWIMMING CONTEST' AVON BY : 4foMallag Their Own Affairs Committee Recommends Removalof

Which Meeting Was Held.. DANIELS, OF NEW YORK-SIX- ,\j .. J Florida Blanca Wharf

By. Associated'Press. tiou of the city! :settling down to normal ,TY-EIGHT THOUSAND *SPECTA By Associated Press'' ( thousand dollars for work at the; f
San .F'rancisco,' April 25.:An earth- conditions. No crime is reported I I" ATTENDANCE GRECIAN Washington' ,_ April 25.-President Mare -IslLDd: navy Sara, so that em-'
SEVERAL ADDRESSES OF WELCOME quake shock was felt at 3:15.o'clock and petty thievery' is scarce: One TORS IN Roosevelttoday" issued 'a..procla*. floyment: jcoQld be given, Idle work!'MAYOR SUBMITS MESSAGE-CON.
this afternoonlasting nearly a min perplexing prQblem is prevent the ROYALTY INTERESTED IN mation urging the American people men and thus, in 'doing necesSary
:DELIVERED AT MORNINGSESSIONADJUTANT ute and causing considerable iarm. unequal distribution of food. The to''send their' contribu ; !work for the am% give ,employment CBRN1NG MATERIAL FOR
GAMES. tions to James D.. Phelan, Chair-. to those needing it.
( GENERAL No one was injured, tut the'walls; of worst element is living better than' man 'of the' San Francisco reliefcommittee STREET I IMPROVEMENTSOR.DINANCE .
some burned'build'.ngs: 'were. thrown ever'' before, while those formerly Independent I
M1CKEL SUBMITS ANNUAL RE. down and unaccustomed to ask jnstead : DEFINING CORPORA.
: Cross. Ha says fhe Red Cross was. HANDLE FUNDSNew"
The shock was also felt in Oakland for aid are actually suffering. i By.Associated Press _.
designated to distribute the aid !,
and Berkeley but in these places It The Citizen's Committee yesterday .
), Athens, Greece, April'25.-The. international tributed during the time 'when San .York April 25i::Dr. Edward
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and brief. distributed rations 349,440
DEVOTED TO MEMORIAL EXERCISES was slight per. sports here, today were Francisco, was unable to organize toRdmin1ster Devine, who was sent to.San Fran'cisco '' INTRODUCED' AS ARE OTHER
-- sons. There is no danger of a meat
her- own'relief.. The citi; to distribute the relief fund of
IN HONOR OF DEAD.. CITY SETTLING DOWN' famine as a large number of cattleare conducted under" con-- ; MUNICIPAL MEASURES.
1 I zens are now so thoroughly organ- the Red Cross, and the two and ai 1
.1 TO NORMAL CONDITIONS In the yards here and trains ditions. ized an \ I bringing cattle sheep and hogs have The final heat of the hundred meter ;
fine ability to expend contributionssent the New York office to-day;
By Associated Press. Ban Francisco, April 25.-From- the right'ot way over, passenger.' I swimming race developed a brilliant for their relief that they shouldbe : that he had moots: arrangements by|I lAmong the Important matters takenup
New Orleans, April .-Under police reports there is verindca: trains. contest, C. M. Daniels, of the allowed to manage their own af'which the finanqa committee of the by the council last night and act-

deal weather: conditions attended bya I New York Athletic Cliib, winning by fairs.. Citizen's Relief Committee will act ed upon favorably was the motion of
multitude that taxed the capacity In a special message! to congress as finance committee of the Red Alderman Cahn that $500 be appropriated -
of the great auditorium and with unbounded PROPHET DOW1E one minute and thirty-three .seconds, to-day the president urged an Immediate -'Cross. He suggested that all remit-' to the destitute and stricken
-enthusiasm, the annual slowing down at the :finish. appropriation of three hundred tr-nces be made to that committee. debate
reunion [ENTRIES[ IN T THE[ : I IC of California. There was no
of Confederate. veterans began IN BANKRUPTCY The Stadium was crowded this afternoon : on the motion and it was adopted
here to-dayi: sixty-eight: thousand spectators unanimously. The sum appropriated
The convention was .called to order < ben&' present Crown( Prince LITTLE 'DONE I will be forwarded to Governor Par-
by General Albert Estopinal, commander I the western state today.
I dee of far ?
Prince George' d Prince COMMITTEE TO
of the Louisiana veterans. PRIMARY f T TO By .sso lated'Press., Constantine, rthe BY CONGRESS The city fathers were iff sessionfor
The invocation was by Chaplain Nicholas were tireless in arena three hours. One-sixth of the time
General Jones. An address of welcome Chicago, April Involuntary superintending t he arrangements, was taken up in reading the minutes
was then, delivered by General bankruptcy proceedings were :filed while several members:,of. the royal of the previous meeting and the other
Zstopnal who 'was ;followed by Governor against John Alexander Dowie late. By Associated Press. I one-half hours in in vigorous
twoand put
Blanchard and Mayor'' Behr- CLOSE[ this aU rnoon. The petition alleges family 'were in boxes., ;: r Washington, ,Aril .The Senate C CONVENEChamber N [ N [ worfc. The councilmanle body New. Orleans.. The welcome that he has shown .preference, ta'certain Americans. distinguished! themselves : spent most of ,the day discussing the listened to a message from Mayor
address for"the Sons of Veterans was 7 Creditors In the transfer of property In 'the running'! 'races. The Indian )appropriation! .- -,.,." Tsrithqut '. ',. Bliss-concerning the securing of cheap
delivered by Charles Payne Fenerof in violation. the bankruptcy leaching final, results... -
I eight hundred meter" race' showed a I and stated durable; material for street
New Orleans. laws. Dowie's liabilities are, not ,
''Mrs. W.. J. Behan, prasident of the known. His assets are said to be magnificent sport, the Americans win. Day in the House. TQDAY Y improvement the rules for purposes the the reading of
!Federated Southern Memorial Association :Today is the last Chance .for about' two and a half million dollars. ping two out of.four heats. James D. Washington, April .25.The; House the of council, to which Alderman government Mul-

mace a welcoming address The hearing was set for Monday-.. Lightbody, of Chicago Universitywon to-day devoted the session to the' don offered numerous amendments

and 'was followed by IJ. B. Sinnott, of 1{ Democratic Candidates to the first heat"and P. H. Pilgrim, agricultural The president'smessage appropriation( bill. recommending which, were adopted, after 'which Ute
the Citizens' Executive Committeewho
of New York Athletic Club, took measure was approved by the council:
of three
presented the building to Gen WILL an appropriation of Commerce Consider
eral Lee' General Lee was then introduced Qualify. CRAVES NOT ,the fourth heat of the'seni-ftnalheats: hundred thousand collars,- for Mare I One of the amendments was to strike
I meter Han, of out a section of the rules, which prohibited
by General and for the hundred race. Island navy yard was-referred to the
his addres-, was eted.with'Estopinal. continued f fI1 I RUN FOR SENATE Milwaukee. Easton, of Massachusets, committee on appropriations.<: California Subscription smoking during the sessions
cheers. CommanderinChiefThomas The gentle candidate, who. has not I Moulton, of Kansas City, and Robertson of the body.
M.. Owen, of the Sons of Vet filed his announcement with Chair I ,- of New York 'qualified for the DEFAULTING CASHIER' Fund.The The franchise committee reportedon
erans then made an address and the man Reilly of the 'county democratic finals. GUILTY AS CHARGED the Florida Bltnca street wharf,
enouncement of committees on cre- executive committee by 6 o'clock this i, By Associated Press. Martin J. Sheridan, of the Irish- --" which is being erected by Mayor BIts

(oentlals and resolutions closed': the evening will !be a dead one, politically I 1 I Atlanta, April 25.-In the first Issue American Athletic Club,. of New York, :Nashville, April 25.-Allan Parker, Chamber of Commerce will and O. L.. Bass. The committee std
wornlng session. speaking. This of course applies purely -! of his newspaper, The Atlanta the American champion: discus thrower defaultim,* cashier of the First National -. hold an important meeting this afternoon ed that the franchise for the wharf
General Mickle's Report. I I I from a democratic standpoint. Persons Georgian, here to-day' John Temple I. won that event, beating the world's ,, Bank, of Tallahoma, Tenn. expires today, and it was recommended -
Adjutant Genera], Mickle presented 'will have the right to get out and Graves announced his withdrawal record. Ray C. Ewry, of New York, pleaded guilty today to 'the charges at 4 o'clock. The committee ap- that orders be issued to the constructors -
fcls! report for .the year ending December run on an independent ,or republican from the race for the United States- won the standing long jump- distance against him. Sentences has not yet pointed to solicit subscriptions for of the wharf to remove It at
21, 1905, as follows: ticket in the general election but that Senate against Senator A. C. Bacon. three meters, thirty centimeters. been pronounced. the 'relief of the San Francisco and once. The committee stated that a

General Stephen D. Lee, General is about all that will\ happen, and when' ,,. -- ..---- -- California sufferers will at this time] conference was held with .the city attorney
(Commanding, United Confederate the returns are In such candidates! and that he advised that sucha
make showing what has been,}
Veterans Columbus, Miss. ;will: be found in the "also "ran" class. a report procedure was correct, unless the
Generalhave the honor to prent -'1 There has been, *to a great extent a'I 1' \ subscribed, as far as the committee I city desired to purchase the wharf or

for your information my report general apathy In political circles,as knows.It I extend the franchise. The committee -
SE Adjutant General for the year end far as the discussion of matters poli Is 'believed that .Pensacola will reported that the body is against

ing December 31, 1905; and it is a tic. After the entries close, which donate an amount in.-excess of 1,500 granting private wharf privileges.The .
source'of sincere pleasure to me thatI will -be this evening at 6 &'clock, It is stock ordinance framed by the
am able to make the most satis expected that those-qualified to'''go the _:,-- u t regardless of the $500 appropriation I ,Chamber of Commerce committee was
factory showing that has ever been route until May 15, will get 'put and made by.the council at. meeting of introduced by Alderman Tongs and

known in ,ths' office since the organ' do the, hustling act for votes and SUp. r the city fathers last nightAt referred.
ization of our Federation. port $ 1JillhI 11L11111V 1 ULI' the meeting of the Chamber of The report of the finance committee .
When took charge of this offic Chairman Reilly is anxious that all I shows the city to be in a splendid
in January 1903, I found that there democrats who desire tog 1 before Commerce this afternoon; steps will financial condition. .Important measures -
"were 569 Camps sadly in arrears," the people In the primary have every i U1kjt be taken to compile, and put in proper i I' pertaining to the bond issue were
which, had not contributed anything chance to qualify' ,He has no authority order' the names of those who have I' ;acted upon favorably.
towards ths support of "ie Federation however, to extend the time beyond subscribed the committee i Mayor Bliss presided with the fol-
for a great'length of time. This this afternoon. Therefore it la It is known that $575 has been siib-1:lowing aldermen in their seats: Oahn,

coniatton of affairs .was brought get in'lane withthe'tell. cow!" or fall scribed at the different banks with! D'Alemfberte: Hays, fusion, Maura
about by the reluctance of my beloved in behind. i- ".1 4f :u the Chamber of Commerce fund will* :McHugh, Reilly, Watson, Wright andY
predecessor to make demand on .. I. swell Pensacola's subscription to a onge.
these Camps for the amounts due by large sum.MOBILE. Street Improvement
them, he 'not wishing to appear as PENSACOLA: BONDS The mayor submitted the following:
"dunning" then, I did not share this "To the Honorable Board ef Aldermen
f view, feeling that the debts were / WILL City of Pensacola.
just and should be paid, just as the GOOD SICURITISCONGRATULATIONS" \nyrf "Gentlemen herewith neport to
: obligations of. a private individual I ADMIT IMMUNESBy rou that I have been seriously considering
t at once made\claim on the delinquents and Investigating the road
for several amounts, and this EXTENDED : leaking material which is most suitable
-was followed! by others of no refuse ? v'piTT 1' iy wN to the City of Pensacola, ,nd'hlch <

was received'. By: persistence BY ATTORNEYS. WHO" REN-' A dl To 3 Associated. Press i*. will be the cheapest; for us to
la! this course. I am proud 't6 be able b tiaras Mobile April 25.-The quarantine i use for paving our strets.-
to report that t succeeded In DERED OPINION: ON ; "
placing : board today adopted a resolution that* -Some weeks 'ago J made a trip tohlpley
t fa good standing 157 Camps..' The re.rratning THE BINDS:; : '. "" SPw' t i' after May 1 no passenger from Cuba; j Fia.. and investigating the :a
412 I fear lost beyond recovery I J road making: material in that part 'of
A F' shall be admitted! to this port without
and I have prepared a resole NESMSFAJpr 1 the country. I found an excellent
Von! ) submitted to the New Orleans '. ..* .- / / I an immune certificate quality 4 of limestone existing there In _
convention; looking to dropPing The following letter has sheen received i abundance, which would undoubtedly
them from the roster is they do by Chairman {L\ Hilton Green, REV. BUTLER TO CONDUCT j be excellent material for the foundation
not make settlement within a reasonable of the Board of Bond'Trustees OPEN AIR MEETING i' of our streets. The stone would
:: length of time. This course is ."Now York, April 17; 1946."L : 1 have to be quarried and It would
cut: just to the camps who keep their Hilton Gren, Esq., Chairman; a The revival at PalafoxStreetMeth- ]necessitate a stone cru:her to makeIt
floes paid, for out of these :payments Board)! of Bond Trustees, Pensaco'?, odist church drew another large con-jj I j i available for the streets. On investigation -
Batter: i is printed and postage paid to tFla. .o! P ;rogation last night The sermon! I learned that the freight
send H to the delinquents aggregate Dear Sir-W. duly .received. your // S.f I was directed largely to the membership -'in the same would maount to about
fog several hun 'reds of dollars each letters of April 13 and 14; ,with enclosure \ ) f -c of the church and at the conclu-li! t two ($2.00) per ton, whkh would
)ear, relating ta: the 1300,000 Pensacola -
') sion practically the whole number I ji]make it prohibitive as a road making
//During the twelve months, char. Improvement' Bonds ( present promised their cooperation 1 material"'Some
I tern have been issued to twentyiflve The papers, upon tie 'closing of in the aggressive work. .- months ago I made an
rew camps, distributed as follows! : this matter being found' satisfactory Cottage prayer meetings will bej""Effort to secure' the rock at the
"uta Carolina '2; North- Carolina 4; and the bonds paid for and deliveredwe 3 held this afternoon at the residence!/'Quarantine Station for the purpose

West. Virginia 2; Louisiana 1; Florida handed to the agent of Messrs. of Mrs. Geo. B. Johnson, 251 E. Greg- Cory )f improving the streets of 'Pen sa.
1; Alabama 2; Mississippi! 1; Seasongood &: Mayer, pursuant> to < 1c LAi o.... street and Mrs. F.. E. Brawner,,' 'cola, !tout I learned that the government "
fcjwgia! 3;; Texas 4; Arkansas, ; Oklahoma your request, copies of our final opinion corner DeSoto and Palafox; ,: takes the position that we han
1 3; Pacific: 1. This is a most in favor of the 'valfdty.of! the the need of carrying the all the stone that was given to ua
encouraging) showing when It is recalled bonds. For your' files we\ fiend .herewith ( 1. ''gospel to those not reached directly I i! j by the' state, and that we could not

: that the war ended over forty a, copy of our opinion. We will' '.,-' years ao and those Who were In send to the Unite}i States' Mortgage needs it for protecting the
the Confederate armes are scattered tied Trust Company. the. file.of legal -- ,- an open-ar at the corner I i crib, at least that seems to be the
of Palafox and Zarragossa streets at
far {
and .wde. over the Unted States tapers. situation as near as I have been able
often not sufficient locating in a given "We congratulate yotr,and'the. city I \ -,. 7 o'clock this evening. He will bet to learn it Quld.+ & get the stone
area In adequate numbers to upon the excellent result of the sale assisted by Prof. Yates, who will sing. at the Quarantine Station, it would
1%.% a camp. organ- and the satisfactory? conclusion of th, '" -', -r f a number of songs. Church: members ;:probably cost us seventy Sve ((75cts)
I am proud, to be able to report matter. '- THE PRESIDENT. HAS SENT REPRESENTATIVES TO THE OLYMPIC GAMES IN ATHENE will also no doubt be, present I cents a ton or more, to get it deliver-
"Very truly your -. \ r. Services at the church 'daily at 10,
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l rcumstances. :,,': .. v II"f the' la1e3.! Music "will by furnished
( it. ,- -- by 'Wyer's band, the musical program ries but with cold facts in
It is used bmllonsoffannjesthewor1d over? : coinencing shortly after 7 practice, 'based upon your
Ulli SYRVP t; 1:1, o'clock;- ,Mr. Lamar will begin: his
It stands highest, as a laxative, with.physicians' fQ ai'ijfress! abotit 8 o'clockThe public. excellent methods for encouraging \ %

gt I If you use it you have the,- :.1axative.the .- : \: I !:: and the lad'es particularly are in- and helping' boys ,
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' '- Louisville."Ky. : New YorK N.,Y. I f I; i.JFOB err::9anied :by Mrs. Lamar: Escambia.and they / .Boys I who want to make money boys who want to be
I'' will hsve joorns at Hotel
&4LEBZALL. LEASING DRUGGISTS. : 2 taught howto win,by one of the most successful.busi

I ; ness firms in the world-these are the boyd: we'want to hear

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CITIZEN'S THER_ CONTRIBUTE. tfT We have a booklet that tells,about some of our boys-the money i

HON. NEWTON A BUTCH, 'FOR, Te tley'\$. SUMMARY OF TO ''RELIEF OF CALIFORNIASUFFERERS. gained':jj they success.have made If,you the extra are a prizes"success they boy"have-won made and of how the right they !i

THE: WEAFHER i irr1le stuff-we want you to write us-right now. !

: k T 't- Tea is too The maximum temperature yestercay.was :: ? generous-hearted citizens of 1728 Arch Street: Philadelphia. Pa.
S 73 2 'm. outdone the .
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To the Democratic Electors of Florida fine to be spoiled in the minimum" 59 degrees at 5 a. m. people of the larger towns and cities,
Prominent Candidate Was in Pen I : In his summary of the weather' have collected a; ,neat relief' fond
the making, yesterday Observer Reed said contribution of 60.00; which they
m sacola I have been,urged by a large number The northwestern depression has: send The Journal with a request to

Yesterday GreetingHis of friends in various sections of steadily Increased in Intensify and: forward at once 'to its proper relief; NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
the state to become a candidate for Follow the direc moved slowly to the western bdun, authorities and which The Jotirnawill

Friends.TWO Railroad Commissioner and I have tions. c'ary of Minnesota. There have been,.- take pleasure in doing. Their ,

:i&4 decided to do so. I am an'ardent believer thunderstorms' in Nebraska and I letter is as follows: PHONE 1188 E. W. LAWRENCE Prop. N8 WEST ROMANA ST. !
In the necessity to the peopleof Fbnta Dakota, and* westward to the i From Milligan. !
POSITIONS ON COMMISSION: Florida for an efficient Railroad Pacific coast light precipitation has I, Milligan, Fla, April 25, 19&6 f I
Commissioner both able and willingto measure presented which wag calcu- continued being in the form of snow Editor Pensacda Journal:
TO BE FILLED' THIS YEAR AND fix and enforce fair and reasonable lated to strengthen and make more m Nevada and Wyoming this morfi-' The citizens of Mllligaa herewith ccci: .

CANDIDATE' rates of frefght and p ss nger fares, efficient the Railroad Commission and ing. L3gh6 showers have fallen I enclose a check for $60.00, their contribution A good 8 day Parlor Clock.. .. ........ ... ..... ... ... ... .... .$5.03
1k4 HE IS ONE OF and fair and reasonable rules and regulations -the law under which the Commissioncan from Oklahoma northeastward into J'I to the relief fund of the A good 8-day Parlor Clock wit alarm' 3.0J:

Ib3b THEM-WELL KNOWN ALLOVER to govern transportation in act Ohio. The snow or rain attending; ..California sufferers caused by.the 8-day Mission Clocks, $2.75 to...,....,. ..... .... .., ... .'I ... .. ...$5.03
the state and if t am chosen to serve The absolute necessity for tBe commission the north-eastern disturbance con'[recent earthquake and fire with,a_re- Repairing :at reasonable prices. >

STATE. you as Railroad Commissioner I.shall is evident alike from the relief aintted. intd the night over Main .f Quest that you transmit,it to destinatiton J. F. DAVIS, JEWELER, af Coe's Book Store.
devote'myself! earnestly to,that work.I actually givento the people ot The high pre&ttre area and clear I at the earliest -date possible.. I
-- was a memiber of the state legislature the state and from .the fact that the weather has; .been forced southward Thanking you in tre&aH of the citizens' .

continously, excepting only one rates of transportation in" Florida. the east .Gulf and south Atlantic to advance I. remain.
Hon.1 ewton A. Witch, candidate
I I session from 1883 to 1905, and am have not been raised as they have been states. Temperatures' have risen j joer Your truly, CATARRH
for railroad commissioner, was 1 in the I therefore familiar with the legisla greatly raised In states where Rail- the eastern' half of the .country McK. CAMPBELL. .

% ; t city yesterday and was pleasantly! tton during that time! That I gave I road.Commissions have not the 'power beIng much .higher In the upper "

greeted by his numerous friends here. satisfaction as a legislator .to the people -I I to protect the peopld, and in states Mississippi valley registering 64.degrees Counterfeiting the. Genuine." FOUL BREATHIf'
railroads &ted the at 7' :."Jn., at. St. Paul and $1 ,
where the i"eIgu1
'The people must elect two commissioners _knew, me best among whomI FoTeyfe' I Ce.f Chicago orFginateiHoney
t have lived and whom 1 commissions which they- controlled. t'egrees at Daven-port, while in .Utafi throat
iq: this year and there are four have particularly and Tar as a and lung
-J1L candidates-two for each position represented, is, .1 think, evident .I :believe that the railroad of this and Wyoming temperatures>> were reuledy, add on add unt of the great You Continually K'hawk and Spit and There is a Constant
from the continuous support state, with the assistance 6f the beat close to freezing.. Th,9< showery conditions and popularity of Foley's Honey Throat If You Have
xgE in the field. air. Blitch is making an so gen- over the West are advancingeastward merit Dripping From the Hose Into the ,
active canvass, but in the brief time erously given me by them. If elected talent their great means can employ and Tar many Imitations are ..offeredfor .
partly is
indicating. That
a' Railroad in every community thtough which cloudy worthless Foul Sickening Breath
it allowed he will hatdly be able to cov stat; Commissioner shall :we ther. for this vicinity to-night and; the genuine. These ,
?:11 er much of the state. He is, however, do my best to serve the people of the they run, and he connivance of those skewers for Thursday. Fresh! south- initiations have similar, sounding THE BLOOD BY B. B. B.
; i well known all over Florida, having whole state" and to merit full 'confidence who are every ready la; serve them wet windbrwill. prevail. names. Beware of, them.. The genuIne CURED THROUGH
for consideration able to !
been active in the politics of the state a are amply [ Foley's'Honey and Tails in a yel. mucus membrane and )J.D.B. lends a rtcll,
-zi for years, and the evidences of popu- As a' member of the state senate I protect their 'Interests.. I am sure EXCURSION ,TO MILTON low package.. Ask ,for It and refuse Is your breath stopped foul? Do Ii you your snore voice at night tingling nxioiwarin..richPUteb100diredtto membrani I

Jar support which he is receiving are supported and voted for the bill the people of this-state afe" neither desirous WILL BE GIVEN TODAY any substitute It is the best remedyfor Do;you sneeze a great deal? Do you have ireiuent bones the paralyzed and Joints nerves, giving mucuS warmth ad
I very gratifying. (iMr. "Blitch has Issued creating' the existing Railroad Commission nor willing do the>Downers of coughs and colds. W. A. D'Alem < pains In the forehead? Do losing you; have year strength Just where It is needed,and In tmi
Are ;
tba eyest
the following address to the Democratic and vesting }In them the powers the railroads in the state any injustice The Ladies'! Aid Society of the Presbyterian -berte, ,druggist and apothecary.GET pains sense aarosa of smell? Is there a dropping you In the way making all its a forms.perfect, lasting cure ol
catarrh la
and that they desire, the trans- throat? Are;you losing your sense of taster '
electors of the state: conferred by that bill At each will
church give an excursion ? Do hear DEAFNES
graduauygettingde&f JOu I
1 4jl Address to Voters. subsequent session of the legislatureI portatfOIl'companies to share In the today to .fUton, Fla., leaving A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND buzzing Are JOu IOWldl1 Do you hovo ringing In the ali .
deaf are
-M' ,Montbrook Fla.. April 14, 1906. have aUvocatd'and voted for every receive general such prosperity of the .state.and to Palafox wharf at 10 o'clock, and returning $10.00 AT STANDARD. CLOTHING ears? 'T)>o Is you suffer consult with nausea bad'tate of the In i ready If you deaf are or gradually hard of growing hearing, try or Botania,
compensation as will be stomach? there a
5 o'clock this afternoon. A COMPANY. hacking cough Blood Balm(B. B. B.). Most forms oi
at have
"; I It : fair and reasonable; .all things considered. the mouth? Do you a take cold or partial deafness are caused by ca.
stop of one hour will fee made in Milton Doyoueougb at night Do you catarrh B. C B.
know that tarrh, and la curing by
T .1 however, It Is ab have eat&rrh.
HOSIERY! HOSIERY HOSIERY easily? If O ;yOU have had
and a short stop will also be madeat Is not only cungeroua In this way, thousands of men and women
solutely the Catarrh
LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETELINE of their hearIng completelY restored.
Bagdad.- The commodious steamer but It causeS nlceratlons,deati!; and decay
the interests of the people that the Hotan1e food Balm(B.DJ3Isp1easai1)
OF MEN'S HOSIERY TO BE bones,1011 of thinking and reasoning power tested foi
Florence Witherbee will be used, Thoroughly
and safe to take.
have ,often
people Commission and
as and ample comfortable chairs will be FOUND AT WATSON, PARKER & kills ambition energy raw 30 yrs. Composed of Pore Botanic II'
ers men who are alive to' their inter- provided for all who attend. Refresh- REESE'S DEPARTMENT: STORE, AT of throat appetite and reaches, indigestion to generaldebuilty.idiocy CTediet.ts.v' rengtbens Weak Stomachi bou.
A Painless Cure of Curable Pain ests and to the necessity for ever safeguarding PRICES THAT WILL INDUCE YOU and Insanity. It needs attention at once. cares Dyspepsia. Price 81 per cured Urge whel
the people-against the imposition ments will be served on Iboard and a I Cure It by taking Botanic Blood :Balm tie. Take a.directed. If not refunds*
unreasonable good time is assured to alt Fare forI TO'BUY.: (B.B.B.). It is s quick radical,permanent right quantity Is taken money Blood BaH<
of unjust and It rids the system of the poison Sample Seat Free by writing
transportation burdens. .the round trip will be 75c. cure catarrh. :Blood :Balms.B.B.purtflesthe Co..Atlanta,Ga. Describe your JroubJ8I
Never to suffer Women'spains that cause
t- resign yourself pain* TRYBOSSO'SICECREAM./ PHONE germs blood, does away with and special free medical advice o liijJ
I know also that for purposes of .. ( lent in sealed letter.
are curable. They are the sign of dangerous their own, transportation companieshave 1326.. symptomglvtogstrengtli to the entire 4 your

-s : conditions of the female organs, which should be tried strenuously 'to 'discrimi SCHOLAR'S HABITS "'SKATING TONIGHT 8 TO 10:30.:

promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow. nate in various ways against Florida -
-i '
and to force all business possible to Coffee ;Most. Pernicious. MEETING OP THE FLORIDAHORTICULTURAL which makes It possible for anyone
cross the state line so as to fake that SOCIETYOn to ask' questions of especial 'f interestto Just Received
business from the jurisdiction. of the them and an effort will be made to
''State Commission. A manly young fellow-, working his answer-same at that session.!
way through school, and whom the Tuesday evening; May 1st, the
If elected a Commissioner! I shall I
'world will hear of some day, came Florida State Horticultural Society The Jacksonville Board cf Trade a fine line of

;ii Wine of(&rdUI I'being strive effective don not relief,only but to also to those prevent to give wb.o the Injustice most have, I tear coffee blithing drinking."I all. his prospects by will session commence and continue its nineteenth thfoueh annual Wednesday -]I. furnish and cere.the entertainment(Ladies'. Friday, for Musicale the mem will Ciehina I TanHo I uunnJ, Paotin

been overcharged df otherwise--- --unfairly drank coffee ail my filet he and Thursday. This meeting IUIlIlIt UUUlIliO
dealth wltIt. says, "and looking 'back I can see promises to be one of unusual inter The railroads throughout ths state
It Is Impossibleto Nets Nets
go into details 'In the that it wag responsible for much .of est as some very prominent' speaker lave: inad, a.rate of 'one fare plus Shrimp ,
: space necessary -the nervousness from which: I suffered -trill be present. Dr. A. F. Woods, 25c for'the *rounoj: i trip; ,
IT COMES TO WOMAN'S RELIEFwrWever to induce reading, therefore, I
as a child. (Four years, ago Assistant Chief of Department of If you are not already a member, Minnow Seines
with ,
myself the' statement 'While at a preparatory school I beganto (IPfantl: ttnaustry, WashIngton, D. C., send $1 to E. 0, Painter, Secretary,
( she Suffers from of and
that I have been
any biting weakening pains.It engaged most of
my use it more freely,than b fote. will speak Wednesday evening; Prof.E. Jacksonville, and get ;your cea Bait Pails.Large
not only compels the pains to stop. but it follows tip and,drives out life in farming inn Mation and Levy "I imagined it strengthened "me, A Bessey, of the Florida Sub tificate of membership,which will entitle .

tfw cause of the pains whIch prevents them from coming back. counties and am familiar with the but as t school year went on I felt Tropical ,Labratory at. M&imi; Prof. you to the reduced rates.: stocks of the latest
.It makes: you veH Try (it My needs occupation the producers the' two of the state. that I was playing out: First, I wastroubled P. H. Rolfs, Director of the Florida PHONOGRAPHS, AND RECORDSlargestock
past years has, !Experiment Station otfier -
about studying in the evening and prom bowels
Keep your regular by the of
: into
Soldeysrywheretn$1.OObottlo&It me practically'every
'ii coun- then I got so I could not sleep tent pOOple, will read papers at dit- use of Chamberlain's. Stomach and
ty in the state at least MX times each TENNIS GOODS ,
ferent. sessions! which
beside the .
the regular -
ana!! rose morning unreffeshed. Liver Tablets. There is nothing. bet. '
VVTQTE US A IITXX& HWITHOTJT A PAIN," year, and I am familiar with the turpentine My nerves grew shaky program and reports of the ter. For gale by all-druggists COMPL TE'LIN'E &ASEBAU.

freely and franidyln strictest eonfldftce writes Mary Shelton, of Poplar 'phosphate, farming, fruit hands trembled, eyes pained me,. and Standing Committees will be ra.d,1 : GOODS. sr: ,
}: '.
trucking and other rTSKATING ,
teffing to all your syaptoals Bluff,Mo., "J c..n do my housework know large interests sometimes! at the blackboard everything Another Interesting feature has been : GOLF CLUB. BALLS AND BAGS.
turtles. We will fend free advice although, before taking CARDUI, two and their wants along would seem to turn black' :-1 'which Is called the "Question Box,": EVERY AFTERNOONTHIS BICYCLES AND SUNDRIES.
li- (In pkla seated eopsbOw to doctors had done me no good. I Ican transportation lines.' couldn't see what I was doing ahd WEEK TO 6. LADIES AND
Ii1 dn them. Address: LadlesAdvisory tnIthfully say I was,cured by Cardiri As a candidate I 'solicit The supportof I would have to take my seat. Than; CHILDREN. SPECIAL RATES. ROLLER KATES.
f Dept.,Tin phttxo9Gga JWfldJdne Co., I want every suffering lady to know of all the people of' Florida_ and, if I my brain seem to grow sluggish SCOURING. YOUR SCALP. ANYTHING YOU WANT IN
cttAnoogt, Tenn. this? wonderful medicine." elected, I pledge' yo'l1 that I will use tonH think clearly and consecutively HUMOR OF THE HOUR SPORTING OR ATHLETIC GOODS.

every honorable means >to extend the '"Thus: things went on for a reaf- Will Remove the Loose Dandruff __ff Call ,on or write

-r i___= ___i ___ usefulness of the Railroad Commission sometimes a little better, then .worse Scales But It Won't Cure
to the people of;the state of Florida. again. I laid .it to various causes, Waiting Hl Tom.
Dandruff.If F. B. BRUCE
A lady In a small Alabama town had
$ I -- : but didn't hit on the rifcnt one tIlt j t your hair is brittle. and thinning
occasion to call at the cabin of her
Bayman Palnfull -Injured. vent to a physician. He said that j ou. hare dandruff. The" mere scourIng '

my nervous system and digestion of the scalp of tha loose scales, washerwoman, Aunt Betsy. While'
Martin Hart, barman wal painfully
a -
4L fJWvAV inanFeJs hurt yesterday 'afternoon wera in a bai shape, owing to in' won't cure dandruff; because dandruff waiting for the'article the' sought be

on the British! while'working proper diet, and the use of coffee I is nothing but scales of the scalp I found she'obS: rTed a woolly hea'dwhich Morris Dannheisser
D Anne. His hand and'armiver.ste inshlp said I couldn't get along without coffee being thrown up bya pestiferoifs lit-r appeared from, under the djeof
press@d crushed badly but he insisted that I should tie germ in butrowjng way to the bed and asked: I'
_ by a stick of, Umber He was give It up and use Potsunt Food Coffee ''the root of the 'hair where it saps "Is that one of your children, Aunt (:Formerly of Dannheisser Bros.)
conveyed to his home at 520> ( W. Zar- Fin' ,
Pure Old Rye and Bourbon,
bai hquen\,! headaches, "b instead."I the vitality, causing falling hair and, Betsyf
eGa of" It ragossa where 1i1 wound
: !P te., lnabUUy to ileep weu. a m ri-ii': .. Dr, Renshaw. was at once changed my diet, and for In time, baldness. Now you'can't "'Deed an''tis,honey," was the reply. 1 r Wines Beer and Tobacco.

IUlDo&neeeamlli lame tem t\ c a time lived principally on Post n,; stop; dandruff- nor falling hair' nor "What ia Its namer Old Specialty
Hickory WhIskey My
It's Grape-Nuts and fresh fruit. TKe iihTrovement -:prevent 'baldness unless you 'estroythit
"Dat chile ain't got no name
the yet
Liver., Death of an'I Infant to manifest and the
began quickly ] germ: only preparation Hisa Rosa Aunt Betsy said. I 12 W. Zarragom Stre t,
DaD, fan to Joseph Edward"fer, infant son itself. My sleep came back, my I that canT do it is the new scientific, PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA,
_, get te.daJ it JOn! rgg tata a bOUIa of of Mr. and Mrs, ChaHea W Pfeiffer, brain grew cleat and active; discovery, Newbro's iII rpicide.. In: "Why, It mimtbe.fie or nit year j
died yesterday at .3 p.' m. "He was nerves were steadied and my 'diges, fact' no other hair I preparation old. Surely it ought to have a came at -

BERDINE born March. 8, 1908.. The funeral will tion is better than ever before the: claims to kill the dandruff germ-all that age" the lady said. I
; take place'at 4 o'clock'"this afternoon color has come back to my cheeks! of,.them "will clean the' Scalp; soap Aunt Betsy nodded. Florida and Alabama

tlJand from the Pfeiffer 'esidenee'on South. end' I gained nearly 30 pounds weight and 'water will do that, but only Newfero's "Dat done, worried me ,a whole lot I
= \he.u- Barcelona street. In three months. My mind is acUTe Herbicide gets at the root oi honey, hit sho' .has," she laId "But I LAND COMPANY
I aAef tUe and I enjoy: studying. I owe it -all to' tb3. trouble and kills'the dandruff whnt Ah gwine, dot :My ole man he i i.!
'5o Postum Food Coffee and Gra.peNut3.1g gernL. For sale *y W. A. ITAlem-
Coitjo ALL used all de
DRUGGISTS, Banks.Ctos Today., done .up goodnames on de {Manufacturers
Name ven by Postum Co., Battle berte druggist and apothecary: 121 '
an" chile halter
dat 'des
dawgs, now and Dealers In
-r-Iu.r All the tanks of the will
city be Creek Mich. There's a reason. South Palafox street, or send lOc in (
\ closed today on account oMlclde wait twell one.&bjde&l.die so he can LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS' SHINGLES
ALL, DEALERS. .. ilich. git his name."-New York World. AND KILN.DRIED SAP.
Wellvile, in pkgs. : Co, Detroit


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Thisis ACTIVITY seW Borden's :f f FUNflS ,FOR T THE f::' :}" L Danderine

the IN LEfll[ Columbia, H cuiFoniiii if. Grew.

Season ; 4 .

rnlRs : ,f 4 1 $7jv \ ,Miss: Wallice's? --

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of the { Wt2juiux Hair

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.Year :Judge Carter (Continued from First Page) e '. .
: Disposes of a Hum- wtPArr3a : AND WE CANPROVE .
in Pens bola and .' -
ed we would still I ., S ,, .
tier of Important be under the necessity of providing a -
stone crusher to'.utilize it. 4I

When Everybody; Cases.FIREMAN During the past few months I have k IT.
investigated the various kinds of

i e 0" road making material in and about '

Needs a Change V4PORA'1 Pensacola, for quite a large numberof ,f ::
S. miles, and I have not been able to t1irit:: I
ISH find and satisfactory road ,. EVERYBODY. CAN HAVE NICE HAIR -
STEAMSHIP ARGO PAYS making :i: .i1t4 1
Cream material near the city We have 'r- NOW, and you don't have to wait around i
OF FINE AND'PT1N$ IS some good qualities of clfiy, but clayof .. r "ii. weeks and-months for results either. You i
: :
SUSPENDED_ LEAS MADE IN (UNSWEETENED: ) itself can only make a temporary 4 : 3. t will see improvements from the very first I
Let your first:change' be Un. roaa', it readily washes away and disappears 't application.
derwear. COUNTY CRIMINAL COURT-' made with scrupulouscare in, a few years time. ir i
sWe have been using a great many !
We've got the kind that you ;: GENERAL! NEWS. : for those who r cinders from the Goulding Fertilizer ; .. .

will like. India Creape short t( Works, which of course is limited. -c. 5 .Her Hair Takes on New Life u4 Grow.|J T t

sleeve Shirts and knee Draw.' Demand ,the BestBordell" i,The building of streets of these cin- : 1ULL t: j Feet Longer than it WM Before. 1 t f

ers, $1.00 'a Suit (Affairs around the temple of justice ,| ders has -proved unsatisfactory. The ;.- gil 4ei -. .. --- > I
CondMsed Milk Co.
,New York ; built'of cinders is F41 KxowiToir .
were bright from .a standpoint road very hard to 4' DAKDE&CTB Co. j
: i-
'Porasknit the new underwearfor tjf$ legal activity: yesterday. Judge keep in .i 1)air ai! it readily wears I 4 4'J JF-1 8 Gentlemen; ',?. i

summer at ,$1.00 a suit. Carter disposed of several full of holes. The 'dust from the --I'4 : Your Danderine has made my haIr trow f
case3 and '- \ three feet than it '.
: # ;r over longer was when began t
i issued an injunction in another., cinders destroys the .trees and grass 1'C 1-';( 't its use. 'i
Balbriggan Lisle. Thread and Criminal Judge) Beggs heard pleas and flowers along the street and I' L '. r j It is now over five feet long and keeps right i
Slk, from $1.00 to $7.00 a suit. in physicians: state that the dust fa injurious : 1 on growing,it seems to fairly crawl out of ay
the criminal court, while,Commissioner -I I CENTURY : scalp,it is so glossy and mice! too.DaudmAcwillalwayshavtD11bestwlshe.. t'
.- Marsh of ,tlje :United State3 to health. The citizens livIng '- P } .. ,
the cinl 'er claim .. : ; .-
court was.buSy wth{ detail matters along streets -1 ? 'I t Sincerely, i
which will come ilp'! before the May I that the dust destroys the lace cur- ; : JEAN1rr: WAUlc&
-- term of the federal tribunal. Century, April 25.-We are in deep I taing! and carpets! and the shoes of: I
sympathy with our sister town on account those who walk over the streets as : 4$ .
or'th loss of her beautiful depot well as injures the horses_feeL All .' (
Thomas Donaldson Fine Paid. 'I Nothing: now remains but the of which makes the buildh gof v i _' This GREAT HAIR-GROWING REMEDY !
fireman on the "At ,
British steamship bf tall, spectral chimeny. We' fe j-deep streets of cinders 'from the Fertiliz'er i4j : can now be hid'at all Druggists in three I
Argo paid $100 -
c the ,$500 fine assessed against him by sympathy for the family of the young Factory objectionable; :L' ,. : sizes) 2Sc., SOc. and $1.00 per bottle. ': i

COTTRELL, Judge Swayne for dumping ashes in man who lost his life in his attemptsto "I have investigated the road makIng I
the office.. When the ,material found, in the northern 4ir e-
Pensacola Bay:. Judge save express : ) .
PHOTOGRAPHS. Swaynesus- f
pended the enactment of the other danger'was practically over one, of part of tha county and in Southern -. -,- show how quickly Danderta* :

Pensacola, Fla. portion of the fine pending the. : good the chimneys feel, burying him be- Alabama and I am glad$?i be able to r 4'I&4 M.;( .-- ED E E acts we will souLa large smjle
that I found gravel 't. free by.tua11.i.yoewta, :
behavior of the. neath the heated brick. report to you a : ;* -
man. Rain is needed very badly indeed.A bed, of about five acres," J9 cated about : > Knowlton" Danderine'sends this Cb-,a CMoagoh vertisetBC t-/1to fteir>.fee
WEDDING PRESENTS two miles from Flomiton, which .JEANETTE WALLICE,
Circuit Court. few drops fell Sunday afternoonand : name and address and ten,cents in silver er stamps
Cut Glass and Sterling SilverwareW. Judge Carter In tne circuit court the atmosphere 'cooled per epti--'! seems to ,be the best roadmaking J43 W.'I4th Street.. NEWYQal--CI'y. : to pay postage. '

Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Palafox SI handled the following business material in this part of the country
bly.Mrs. This contains 'about one yard?! deep,,
:. Gibson a most efficient trained .
Gsrman-iAmerican Lumber' /- -Company nurse who has been here for some I as far as we could see. of large for patrol wa'gon was recommended. m ved that the report be, received l
TURTON & BELL' vs. E. E. Saunders s nissed. time left, for. Pensacola! Tuesday. .She 1 gravel and above this are several'! The trial balance, of .the comptroller and that hereafter the 'board furnish I lI lI
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. 'Frank 'Daniells vs. George ',Bruce will
Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs.R. dismissed. Mr. Glover spent Sunday in Mobile. cherte, very much"resembling putty,, balance to the different funds': order. Adopted.

"C. H. Hops n Vsl. : J. W.: Lurton, dis- Master Henry Turbervllle has been which hardens in the sun and makes brick Fire fund.. ; . ... .1688.41 Carriage Charges.
K. WHITE missed. ', I quite sick for several days. He 'is a road very these Int: and&, ... .-.- .... ..' '5,443.90 Alderman Muldon gave notice that.
-stone.It estimatedthat '
C. H. Hops xi vs. ff. C. Watson dis improving now, but is still confined or is Pollee fund .. n .. 4,760.64 he will introduce' ordinance gov-
Watchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler, and Graduate missed. to his bed. five acres contain about four-hundred General fund. .. .. .. 37,753.78 erning vehicles and carriage chargesat
Optician.30 S. Paiafox Street, Pensacola. Fla. Nick Apostle. T. F.Britson and The public school will have Mayday thousand ((400,000) tons. I obtainedthe the next meeting.
these five acres, and
!EV M. Harrison, motion for new trial exercises on the evening of May can have option the on ded to the same on Total' ...., .* ... ; ... 64946.73 Alderman Yonge introduced the or
by defendantoverruled.; 1st at the school building. An admis- of Seventv-Fve $75.00) Less fund overdrawn.. .. 2,722.78 dinance framed by the Chamber ol
Tersely ToldW. 'Henry Adams vs'. Rader Furniture, sion fee of fifteen cents for (grown people they Dollars payment which b Fifteen J 15.00 Commerce .committee prohibiting cat

Company verdict for defendant. i and ten cents for children will be Dollars an acre and which would Total on hand---------62,223.95. tle to run at large within the corpor

Aberdeen Clothing Company vs. L.! charged. Refreshments will be serv: make the gravel cost:the city about It was recommended that $5,000 be ate, limits. Referred to general ordinance ,
S. Garner of Jacksonville (Ha., C. Crabtree & Brother, continued to ed in the grove in front of the school a'.ce1 t"for fifty tons. transferred on the treasurer's and, \,committee.

Is among the visitors in the city. next term of court. .I building.- The,money "received "This material .is rail- comptroller's books from general New Ordinances.

The Chamber of Commercs will I Bass & .Company vs. Pleas. Lindsay used for some needed additions to the road track -kud it can be loaded for fund to the credit tof the credit fund. 'Alderman Y nge introduced an ordinance
,. on trial!! .. school building.Mr. The committee'asked for further providing for' the depositing
meet at 4 o'clock this afternoon Jn I about five cents a ton. -I have taken ,
its rooms in the Salisbury building Inpunction Granted. Walter McDowall: one of ,the the matter up with the railroad and time in the matter ot the Board of I of funds secured from the bond sale. HOOP UP
I fiidge Carter yesterday granted an Century boys who accepted a position am endeavoring to get 'a low rate Public Works investigation.. i and by whom checks against the ac
W. A. FInlay, Jr., of Pine Barren, injunction, 'restraining I. L..:: Purcell at Creola Ala., spent Saturday and from the road for the city, and believe Alderman Mnldon: moved that an!I.counts shall be signed.;
and W. C, McLaughlin." of IFlorala and. E; L. Purcell from demanding] Sunday with his parents and friend I shall be successful. J am inclined appropriation of $125 be made to the, Alderman Muldon' moved that the YOUR APPEARANCE

are registered at'the Merchants.- and receiving ;of_ the_ Pensacola In- Mr. T. C. Taylor of Muscogee, spent 'to think that thismaterial will,,Board of Public! Safety. This appropriation -ordinance be referred to the finance

To manage your .cellar rani Battle: in vestment.-.the ffandst Ccccpany-the$125, stated to Thsinjunction be Sunday with his brother, Mr. G: E. not'cost us very much mere than. the is for dental services rendered committee. Alderman Cahn movedas By putting on one of our .

successfully you must be a pretty also restrains company the Taylor of this place, en route-to'Cas- the streets iow beingbuilt of- clay Fireman O'Donovan, who was inured 'a substitute that it be placed fine new Stetson Hats at

good want, advertiser. .' from paying the company to tleberry, to join his! sister. He is: Interested ,and cinders and it, Is Infinitely bet whil in the performance of his on second reading. The substitute 350. They are real
money' over in a strawberry farm. ter. "' duty. Alderman Yonge desired thatit prevailed and the measure was put on !beauties. We also havea
G. W. said Purcells.
Ely traveling passen'ger agent the .. :Mr. Hecker's strawberries are very The rates given me, ias a private be understood that the appropriation second reading. Referred to the or. full line of Dress Shirtsat
of the Union Pacific is in "
the railroad Criminal Court. fine Indeed. He has advertised for I citizen, 'w uld enable the city to is not to be ,considered a prece- dinance and engrossing.''committee. -*-
city of his Mrs.
a daughter '
J. W. Bullock.guest 1 Judge Beggs, heard pleas in the thirty pickers. He ships: frequently. place it upon 'th3 streets 'at a cost of dent. It was so ordered. Alderman Yonge introduced an ordinance illi
criminal court. There were only two Mrs. J. B. White, Mrs, ll'Jlen'g about eighty-fi-ve (85) cents a. ton, Franchise Committee. making it compusory.] for the S1.50 and $2.25'1
The smack Maud Spurting of the ;who faced his honor. Charles Olsen, charming guest left for home in Duluth and 1 think that the special rate that Chairman :Muldon of the franchise city, treasurer to !give a $15,000 bond

fleet of E. E. Saunders & Co; arrivedin i a white man-, charged with cursing Minnesota, 'Friday afternoon. the railroad companywill likely 'committee reported that the attorneyfor in addition to the $25,000 bond whichhe "'
port yesterday with a catch of 2500 and using obscene language was Mr. Wilhelm left for Gulf-port Tues made the city will be very much less. the Pensacola Electric TerminalCo. is now under. .Put on second reading YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOVR MONEt '
snappers. I fined $10 and costs or 'thirty days on day. He anticipated quite a pleasant) "I recommend that the council -authorize was unable to appear before the and referred to the ordinance and BUCKWhite '

Today being Confederate Memorialday the.county roa '. Wash Dav. oport, a time. May mercy bs shown to the me to buy the said five acres committee! in reference to fend rs. engrossing committee. j
fishes. of laD. '- at Fifteen ($15.00) Dollars The committee therefore asked for The fire limits, anti-spittfe and & Nix
which Is a legal holiday in the son 'of Ham, for gaming was fined
Mrs. Tracy and 'Master Leon spent per: acre, and that that sum be appropriated further time. Granted.In 'changing names of streets ordinances
state of Florida, all tanks in the city $15 and costs or, forty-five days, on
will close. the road. Wednesday in Pensacola.Mr. for the payment of same. reference to the charter of the were referred to proper committee. 29 S. PALAFOX ST. 4

Hauss spent Wednesday in Mo "Respectfully submitted Light Company and regulation of Ordinances Adopted.The PHONE 790.
:At special meeting of the S. B. A. 1CHAS.\ H. BUSS, .1
Suits Filed. charges the report says: following ordinances were put >
No. 1 held last.evenIng it was unanimously In the office of Circuit Clerk MeIMllan bile.Mrs.. Millen's lovely lIalma son "Mayor.1 The committee finds that of all the on third reading and adopted: 1

decided to donate $100 to the J:, R. Torrey.: filed 'an" assump- roses and Mrs., Tracy's: exquisite Alderman D'Alemberte, chairman cities so far heard from none regulate Anti-spitting ordinance: ; ordinance Tetley'sI
San, Franc'.sco sufferers. This amount 1st suit for $300',against, J., H, Mask. Reine Marie Henrietta and Marshal .of the special committee to frame: the charges of the electric light granting Pensacola Gas Company the j

immediately. wired to Mayor -; Neil roses are greatly admired by rules,for the government of the council company, but find that there chargesare right to construct a' spur tt ck'on Tar. '
Schmitz. Municipal Court. every one, and their fragrance is submitted a lengthy report. with about the same as other cities ra'gona. street '

L. W. )Morse "a prominent Insuranceand Sixteen defendants were arraigned wafted to every passer by. Their the Tules in detail.Amendments which the rules the size of P.ensacola,-and unless some A"resolution authorizing the Boardof 31
real estate agent of New York, before Judge Laney in the recorder's, beauty makes *a bright spot in the were made, after definite charges, are made against the Bond Trustees to pay for certain

is in the city, the guest of his brother. court yesterday morning 'on various days work. were. adopted. business company, we see no reason to regulate property was adopted.on which to. -
inlawWm.. R. Johnson. Mr. Morse charges. Of this,number eleven were Miss Agnes McCurdy, who-taht Under the head of unfinished rates. erect a city hall jail, etc. The taste for Tet/ 1

will! be In the city for a week or ten J'I found guilty two continued, one suspended this year for the first time, closed a a motion that the mayor and The report continues: Alderman Muldon stated that about j jley's
make deed to
days. !Before' home he will' and one discharge'. The mcst successful term last week, and lerk be authorized to a Ninth Avenue Wharf Franchise one year ago he had introduced an ordinance !

stop a few days returning at New Orleans. fine.3 amounted to $32.00 and costs. is at home again., .She says she enjoyed ertain property 'on water front for This matter has been held up at the providing that wires should! is the most cut'tured 1
teaching very much. $500 in favor of W. A. 'Blount, Sr., was request of Mr. J. J. Sullivan, who was be placed under the ground. He :

ThelRlot': Association has received WHEN YOU WANT A SHIRT G') carried., unable' to' attend the met nl'* of the wanted to know what had become of in '
permission to change the name of the TO WATSON, PARKER &. REESE For 'a Weak Digestion.No Alderman' :Maura voted against the' committee.: A final report will be, the-measure. taste tea. ic

Pilot boat Hamilton to that 'of"Pilot. AS THEY HAVE THE BEST THAT .. medicine: 'can replace food but 'motion and asked that his vote be so made at' next meet.:. It appeared to be the consensus of .!

The/Hamilton is..the. former U. S. revenue MONEY CAN BUY FOR 50c, 75c AND Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab- recorded., x Your committee would also report I opinion that the measure is in the

cutter which was recently purchased $1.00. lets will help you to digest your food. Reports. that according to the city papers a hands of the franchise committee, of I
from government The pilots It is not the.quantity of food taken Chairman Reilly submitted the report wharf is beIng built, at the foot of which' 'Mr. Muld n' is chairman. PARIS SHOP !

are delighted with their new acquisition TRY BOSSO'S ICE CREAM. that gives strength and vigor to the of the finance committee.An Florida Blanca street under a franchise /The 'finance committee was -Ordered .
w-hlch is perfectly' suited .to system but the amount digested and appropriat'on of $225 for repairsto approved Aprit 26th. 1881. As to approve the interest due on

their wants.EVERyoDyg. Clover Soiling assimilated. If troubled with a weak trucks and fire apparatus and $125 this franchise expires tomorrow, property purchased for ,'a. city hall, I
aa a Crop.
Clover can be 'used the season digestion, don't fail to -give these Tab- .' April "26th 1906, and as"this committee I jail etc., and pay the same. FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
FAVORITE. BLUE lets a trial. Thousands have been ben- is not in favor of granting private Relief for Sueffrers.- '
MESON/ LEMON '!AND VANILLA Extract through as a soiling crpp for dairy cat. 'Alderman Cahn APRIL 27th and 28th 1
efitted by ther! use. They only costa Drunkenness Disease wharf franchises:: they wouU ask that moved that the
The Extract that gives 'desserts tle. Many farmers ,have a .small; patch quarter. For sale by .all druggists.TRY a the city attorney be instructed to notify council' appropriate.$jOO. for the benefit ""
the "Blue of It have it growing in the orchard.If AT THE ESCAMBIA HOTELBY
R'.bbon Flavor. or the parties to remove the structure of the earthquake sufferers in California
this is handy to, the cow barn ItIs BOSSO'S ICE CREAM. Remarkable Results the at once on the expiration of the and that the money be sent
WANTED-AN APPRENTICE GIRL but a small task to feed green clover Following franchise.' Your comm'.ttee! would to Gov. Pardee of California.: Adopted -

AT FALKS. 25apr to the cows at least once a day ..._ Orrine Treatment-Can Be state that they' have conferred with *, JuniorGuild.
Feat u. of__ !Tnmlntr______ _Fl___h__.
attorney who advises that The council adjourned.
:- The problem as to whether fishes Given Secretly. the city I
this Is the proper ,way to proceed, unless FOR
may be tamed in the state of liberty -- ELEGANT LINE MEN'S LOW :
the city wishes to buy the wharf
has recently been solved affirmatively Dr. Norman Kerr, an English authority or grant an extension on the fran SHOES JUST RECEIVED BY WAT. Benefit of Christ Church.Cafe .
Swiss alcholfsm says, "No dis-, SQN, PARKER & REESE. THE
by a physician, Dr. R. Fast ii- chise. '
s Sa SesrAl ohN rath of Ilerisau. The doctor availed ease is" more common than inebriety Very truly.yours- CELEBRATED RALSTON MAKE. with French Chef
and none' is seldom
.yet so or so .
himself of a recent sojourn P..t the lake slowly .recognized. JAS.J. M.. McHUGH.}lULDON, TRY BO' SO'S: ICE CREAM. will be a feature of the :

of Lugano to carry out some InterestIng There are but few families who attraction.Creole f
The ingredients of which S. S. S. is and the method of i SOL CAHN.
composed, com
experiments in the matter. He have not oneor more members afflicted WHEN YOU WANT SHIRT GO "
bining and preparing them so that they gently and pleasantly build up and would sit down uer the shore with with this terrible disase, for Received and"' recommendations- TO. WATSON, PARKER & REESE.AS Lunch From 11 to 4, i
strengthen every part of the'body, make it the ideal tonic bra, disorderedCondj such it is. Will power alone! will not adopted. THEY HAVE THE BEST THAT
his head Committee. 1
of the system. Every one feels the'need of 'a tonic sometimes. only emerging from the water cure the drink habit but the sc'en-: Ordinance MONEY CAN BUY FOR 50c, 75c AND .
The system seems to get "out of gear, the appetite becomes fickle, the for fully an hour resting his handson tile Orrine treatment is a tested and The general ordinance: committee! $i.oo.. .
that the firelimits ordinance .
his knees and recommended ,
keeping in each of absolute dire. This treatment des- '
energies are depressed, sleep is not restful or refreshing, and the entire body Alderman '
has them a large piece of bread which was troys the desire for liquor. We seek introduced by 'V OURS
a When the TRY BOSSO'S
nervous, \rorn-out feeling. system is in this depleted, rundown Yonge at the last meeting be adopted. ICE CREAM.
condition it.must be aided by,a tonic, and S..S. S. is recognized everyWhere soaked thoroughly he by the water. This the Orrine.worst cases and cure them with I The committee also recommended
as the standard. Being made entirely of roots herbs and barks process carried out for some' days $. $
I that the anti-spitting and changing
; i both In the Leading ministers! and charity f
morning and the evening 01 I LAUNDRY
selected for their action well their effect the I :
gentle as as invigorating on workers endorse Drone in the highest names of streets ordinances be adopt
system, it wilt\\ not disagreeably affect of the delicate;Members or tissues sitting motionless like a living statue. ORGANS. *"
terms, for they have the
Whereas all the seen ed.The i CASH. OR ,EASY TERMS. '
*s do fishes had been averseto : # Is thoroughly modern and
most of the so-called tonics on the market which contain potash orsome drunkard's home become happy and committee asked for further % All Piano Work Guaranteed. : were
otter harmful mineral ingredient. These derange the stomach and touching the bread in the beginning prosperous through the 'husband's time on the ordinance requiring conductors CLUTTER ,&. RUSHING prepared to please particular -

"''gestion, unfavorably affect the bowels or otherwise.damage; the health. some members of the very young- cure, by Orrine. and motormen on. electric 12.EAST'GOVERNMENTST.PHONE '** people. Shirts Collars,

S. S. tones up the stomach and digestion improves the appetite, produces est broods would finally come near the There are two forms of Crrine No. cars to enforce city. ordinances 476. *, Cuffs Shirtwaists, dainty lingerie -
doctor and pick up some of the bread the which against: smoking, etc'.; care. The or what not, receives the
refreshing sleep rids the body of that tired run-down feeling, and supplies 1. secret remedy can 'be 90 *i iBOSSO'S -
but would immediately make a burned -i given without the knowledge of the report of the committee was receivej most careful handling. Your
and vigor to the entire system. It re-establishes the healthy circulation S $.$. ...
the blood,'acts more promptly and gives better and.more. lasting results flight As days went on however, patient; No. 2 In pill form for those and recomraendat'.ons! adopted. laundry ",will be returned speck-
became and the cured. Bond Trustees. less, spotless'and thoroughly
they who wfeh
than more confident. .to be The price of
,any other tonic and because of its is absolutely
vegetable purity
safe older members of the fish family would either form is $1. Write for free The board of Bond Trustees through clean if sent to the
medicine for young or'old. S. S. S, acts admirably in cases of dyspep-- the of alcholismto Green submitted
by and by follow, their example until hamplet: on cure Chairman I* Hijton ,
1a ,
? indigestion and other stomach troubles and after using it, that uncomjortable all the fishes swarmed freely around : Ihe Orrine Co., Washington. D, communications and reports. The
: The Star
: feeling of fullness, .dizziness or drowsiness, after eating, are no the,doctor.undisturbed his motions, It is"the one guarantee cure for c.j committee referred ,to the rejectment; Ice Cream : Steam
by Factory
onger felt. Not only is S. S. S. the greatest of all tonics but possesses purifYIng enjoying the meal offered by him. At liquor .habit. and in every box is of bids for the construction of sewers :

and alterative properties, rid if there is a taint in the blood it will last he could even' stroke and handle registered guarantee which entitles and stated that bids :will be' re-adver canflirnish., you cream In Laundry. -

promptly remove every trace and restore perfect health. t. In selecting your them the ton toa, refund of your money if Or- tised to be opened June 3. any quantity. Satisfaction.
wnic for this year do not experiment but get S. S. S., the recognized stand. or splash violently in water. foe. fails to effect a cure. ., Chairman Zelius i of; the Board of garante d: 37 B, brden 8t. Priori* 114

Ltd. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC,CO., ATLANTA CM. without in the least disturbing thehe&LesUe's Orrine for sale br White's Pharmacy Public Work submitted a report' showing .PHONE 1328 Pentacola, FI&

Weekly. i 105 South Palafox Street; '' work done... .Alderman iluldon SAM" DOSSO. Pro& .. .
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: Itttaioia 101tfna! [ senators who were taken there to Hair Gone ? you I Then what? Weak hair is I

inspect a ,score of inhabited shacks the kind that falls out; not strong -$- ruwr. "u" VV VV __ V
.' agreed that they were not)11 for cow .; hair I Just learn a lesson from this. I f --
.1. ....--- '" -. --__ jjr --Juuinj I -.& V;uip -.J. _r Lw 4 JV-t VflJJ JVI .., i stables, yet children are reared from If your hair Is falling out strengthen'.it'Give'it. food, hair.lood-Ayers The V rates V for political. announcements urer ocratie subject the action of the Der.: .

f ; DAILY. SUNDAY.- babyhood to maturity in these places. Hair Vigor. It checks falling hair, cures dandruff, and makes the hair soft ; riot exceeding 8 lines to run V THOS. P. BRIGHTON.I
. There is no water supply whatever in and smooth. Sold for over half a -c ntury.. :. till tha,primary of May 15; are as follows -
t F- the worst of these hovels. Such have -
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY : ; hereby announce myself a candidate .
V only"wooden bos.tollets surrounded by The Daily Journal............ 110.00 for the office of County Treasar

:; '_. .VV ...BY,.... the most insanitary! :, conditions imagI- The Weekly Journal*. ..:. ...... 5.t)0) er of Escambia county subject to the ;
V nable. These\ rates are strictly cash in advance action of the Democratic Primary :
THE JOURNALCOMPANY. tinder Scute. Caret. and no announcement will be :May 15, and respectfully SOlICIt Oi

A little nearer the capitol Itself is An Ideal lIero inserted or run under aay other con support of all voters. th.

.. JJ1ttfl "B ssett's alley" with .its hidden en- 1eBarbara ditions. V JOHN G. WELSH, :

FRANK L. MAYES President end Genertl Manager. trance only three ,feet wide. In single V -::.;:: i,

-!' Vr-u-- rooms and with no ,water connectionsat For the State Senate. For County Tax Assessor.
all, its people! live fairly :under the Winslow ;
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. eaves of the senate chamber' and the nomination John S. Beard to the a State candidate Senate'l for the the I will be a candidate for re-nomiaa-. !

: V _____ flV .. r .n.rujvuvwu1.n.j1.., .. house of representatives. ".0,'street al Democratic' primary called to be teM lion tothe, office of County Tax Asse ;
the extreme of. moral i sor, in the Democratic
ley" exemplifies : Primary of Slav :
May lath together with other speakers
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. degradation. Here -Ur. Weller found a Rebel will address the people of Es- 15. I respectfully, ask your support ;

: One Year.$5 00 One Month*....... ......... 45 six room house containing, five families -I, V camibia county upon the political Is- W.W. RICHARDS :

, V 1 Six Months............... 2 50 One 'V ek.,. ..... ......... V* and a four room' dwelling with a V -' sues of the day at the following
.b Three Months.. ... ....... 1 25 Weekly Edition, per year.l O( separate family in each room one of By ELIZABETH 'PJ.TS times and places t For County Commissioner Dist No.=::: ;

r; them comprising, a man, ;ibis grown'daughter Molino Friday night. April 20. -t.
; The Only Pensacola Newspaper from Which Detailed and three illegitimate chil There it somethingezV arbua B an aHming Bluff Springs, Saturday day time The friends of C. F. Zeek announce V
a dren. In "North .court" all the water eeedugly winsome about V creature-a girl cl brave April 21.Muscogee. V him as a candidate-county commissioner .

Circulation Statement,: Can Be Secured required for twenty-five' two story Barbara; the is such a 4 heart sweet spirit; high Monday V night April 23. from District NO.1, Subject V

I : V houses, with 139 occupants, is drawn .meny madcap of a girl and courage, and fascinating" !: Brent's,' Thursday night,-April 26. to the ,action of the Democratic primary -
WffltWtVVUtW$ Jet as feminine as one could moods and qua1i es. V of May 15.
i- from an old pump In, the alley. wish Myrtle Grove Frjday nfght, April
I Offices 108 and 110 East Papers en Sale on Trains Tenement House ErlU. Brooklyn or imag Steidord-Union 1e. Chicago Record-Hercld. 27. -': For County Commissioner V

Government. Phone 3B. I and at all NewsStands. Not only has Washington this peculiar Ferry Pass, Saturday. day time May5th. 1 hereby announce Dist No. 2.
VV -- :, galley problem'to contendwIth; but :4 -. ? "Baibaraisoneofthe VMiliview my candidacy
:; l: -' VL JJVW JVV JJ J_$ Thursday night May 3.MeDavld re-election to the office of county ,
4 V V it.has the beginning of tenement house Barbara,coquettish and most winsome of the seven'tcenlh missioner from District com!
; Friday night May 4. No. 2, subjec-
fickle, light-hearted and heroines :
evils such as those perplexing New century wegaybutcanngmtheface
;.! PENSAOOOL, FLORHU, THURSDAY MORNING APRIL! 26, 1906 York and Chicago. Mr. Weller describes have eocouotstd ia fiction. Nix's Precinct Tuesday night, May; the action of the Democratic pj.
V of danger .nd.ue 8th. I IBeulah.
as .
It I one tenement in particular that itec!." N. 1. Ma! :- Detroit Free Press. Thursday night, May, 10. I W. J. SENNOTT.
pa-blfc confidence and confidence
studied The build _
Where the "ResponsibiUty" | was last summer. Pensacola (Seville 'Square) Friday 7 -

I is what they need now worse ing is a three story"affair. with twenty- : night, May 11. | I hereby announce my eand1dlCY:

Must Rest. than anything ,else. four rooms opening Into.dark hallways. I I A girl who masquerades: man's attire, fights a duel with a King's Pine Barren Saturday night May for county commissioner from Dis
The Journal recently commentedon Along one side runs a.fifteen foot entrance I 12. trict No. 2, subject ta the action "of
t : officer disarming l him, and'then falls desperately in love with Mm Is
; President Castro recently suffered L roadway of a disreputable alley. the primary of May 15th.
the insurance
the of
: companies responsibility for the results of the,mis. ''a :Stroke of paralysis. Venezuela has All the ashes 'and refuse are the heroine of this charming tale. Barbara is an entrancing creature For the Legislature. JOHN A. MERRITT.

management Mci' the insnrance in* been paralyzed a long time underCastro's dumped into the rear basement which whether in petticoats or doublet and ,hose., ,Her acquaintance is well For -
the Janitress say 8, is cleaned out twiceIn County Commissioner Disi No. 3.
misrule.V worth making. I hereby announce myself a candidate -
vestygation revealed. One 'Of these results ,
LMt six months; the tenants say once a VV :
Illustrated John Rae V for representative in the lower hereby announce my candidacy
by $1.50 Vffytur -
4f ; ? was the -wholesale lapsing -of year. In "Douglass flats"- forty families house of the state legislature, sub for county commissioner from District

r policies by the smaller, policy ,holders Some Want were found }fifty-four occupied taokuller hasn't ittJUpvlhshen mtt tenitht' toot,possp3ai4 V ject to the action of the Democratic No. 3, subject to the action of the

$: the' responsibility for which the insurance rooms. On each of the' two floors there *Jaa receipt of trice. primary: of May Democratic primary of May 15.)

companies are trying to lay Ad Advice were fifteen rooms on either Bide:of a .r., DODD, MEAD & COMPANY V V 15.M: Oj BAGGETT.I ;,,I A. C. BLOUNT, JR.

V onto the newspapers whicli reportedthe Stop ""puttil1g- 1'r' advertising and I cemented hallway that ran through the Publishers. 372 Fifth.Avenue New YorkThursday .
V center of the tenement. There was a -4 I hereby announce my
t4 The Journal try"putting-in" advertising. am a candidate for representa candidacy for
facts to the public.
single toilet room In the center of each tive in the lower house of the reelection to the office of county commissioner .
L2Jh ,contended then as it does now, that Stop floor, and the one sink and faucet from to stalEr r from District No. 3, subject
[ ;:::4, the -wtole responsibility for all o; the paying'"pridetaxes"-advertise which drawn all the. water legislature...._ T'>_____subject,u_ '___the_ r_ to the action. of tho TI.. ...
for a lodger. were sup- me jjtiuucrauu j-ruuary ui .M&y ia, -- V.-- m.u..GW\; rn.
,:evils -which have followed the' investigation plying thirty rooms were cated In PICNIC and I will appreciate the support of mary of May 15.
1; rested'properly on the com Stop hoping for a buyer to "come this toilet chamber together with a EXCURSION f V AND DANCE all democrats. __-J_ M. ANDREWS.
44V hopper for TUESDAY MAY 1st J. E. LONG. I f
: emptying slops.Improvement
/ friend bas I
panles themselves, tout a along advertise: ,and you'll really see If I hereby
t ; Plaai. ELECTRIC PARK my candidaev
handed ns the following from the "Inznrance him. or County
Perhaps the greatest danger of this GIVEN BY I am a candidate member the Commissioner from Dii,
Field" wtteh still assumes tenement house; problem! In. Washington April 26. RATHBONE SISTER lower house in the state legislature trict No. 3. subject to the action of
Stop piling Ihlnfcs In cellar the Democratic
V should up your Primary of 15"
Iblame onto other May
to shift the Is that the: vR Is.a growing one. from Eecambia county in the Democratic'prImary' 1
F : ers and we publish '.it simply for the -want: advertising- turns them Into There are no adequate regulations to on Steamer Florence WhethesSjee to PENSACOLA TEMPLE No. 14. of May 15, and will appreciate -: W. A. SHELBYFor

i'-J purpose of giving, the Insurance side cash,. prohibit the erection, f.moreJUUdiDgs Peanut Hunt, Baby Show the support of. all Democrats. "i County Commissioner Dist. No.
i ; oft the. matter. It Is entitled 1A ,Stop .'touching"fr1ends for as insanitary :as those already de AND PLENTY OF SPORTS FOR CHAS. M. COSTON. I f
moneyan THE CHILDREN. Thereby announce myself;
MPP reads as scribed. The local public and.the people MILTONand a cand.-
HesponsImTity" and
Heavy ,
ad. will ,secure a loan, on chattel of the country generally are assured DANCING FROM 5 TO 12.SPORTS I hereby announce myself as a date for re-election as county commissioner

I : follows: or land, from & stranger. that Washington is tn ideal city BEGIN AT 2 P. M. c candidate for the lower house of the from District No.4, siio-

Long ago the ,classic quality that that it has no- serious municipal de BASEBALL GAME Florida- legislature, subject to the ao-j ject j to the action of the Democratic

$ V comes with age had been conceded to S'topUving a disagreeable neighborhood fects; that there;,are .no tenementsand return leaving Palafox Wharf at Between ton! of the Democratic primary on Primary of May 15.
the-joke. "It's so because I saw it in -read the classified ads. there the matter rests. 10 o'clock a.;m., returning .at 5,, p. m, and Barrancas Teams May 15th. GEO. T. MORGAN. j jI J. A. WIGGINS
! 'j the paper" but in spite of this there .at 3:30: p.' m. j I
Three steps have been advocated same day. ,
T is no denying that newspapers -constitute Stop wishing it could foe done-and which if followed out will help to bring ,ti' I' Beginning at 2 o'clock, there will bea. am candidate I hereby announce myself as a candidate
a lor member of the
the mightiest.fac'tor in qnr civilization ,
halt hour schedule. Late for county commissioner
dummy from
try a want
V about decent living conditions In the A: stop of one'tour at Milton and House of Representatives from Esi
for molding public opinion. a V both ways. i District No. 4. subject
to he
action of
I V j1V Such power carries with it a responsibility Stop fooling'with "To Let" placards capital-first, opening the'alleys into shorts! stay at Ba'gdad. .Prize' for the most (Popular Candidate cambia county subject -to the Demo- |the (Democratic Primary :.Ma> 15.
; .of peculiar sacredness but minor streets; second the condemnation t cratic PrImary. I earnestly. solicit :H. C. CLOPTOX.
aside from a few worthy exceptions -a small ad.. will'find a tenant for of insanitary dwellings (by the the support of thevoters of the coun

It. can not) be said that American newspapers you. V i present regulations a building can be REFRESHMENTS, ty. VV JERRY J. SULLIVAN JR.

V V V j S reveal a proper conception of condemned if the Joists are_rotten and There will-be enough CQmf rtaJblchairs' The frienia/ of W. P. BrowEson

I t their duty. TVliere- they do not reveal Stop "carrying ver'- stock- thewant there is one chance In a hundred that a the Democratic Voters.. of Escam- hereby announce him as a candidate
on' board for alL OPERA : for. the of?
V office
County Commissioner
jetl al: wicked wantonness that revels in ads. will "close; out" your "left beam will fall on somebody's head and -.' HOUSEf bia County:
from District
No. 4 subject to the
: ;t: the wreck ,of reputation they write over" thing. kill him but If the sanitary conditionsare : At the request of many friends f action of the Democratic Primary of
$ themselves down daily as .fgnorant ten times worse and if. there are Fare, 75cts. Round Trip rom the country, and from the city I May 15th 1906.
and unworthy to wield _the power entrusted Stop working for "ha -s1ze" wages ninety-nine chances out of 'a hundred MAY 2nd, 1906 hereby announce .my candidacy lor

i4i to them. advertise for. a real job! that the persons living; there will be Given 'by \ Representative in the legislature at
%cp. An example! of the evil that comes killed by tuberculosis or. some other Three Act Comedy the session 1907, subject to the action For County Commissioner, Dist. No 5.

:cV1;: : from the ignorant and reckless abuseof Stop. .'condoning. slip-shod; work-advertise 1- disease the building stands); third, a LADIES' AID SOCIETY PRESY.. of the Democratic primary May 15th I
this power Is provided by the state for another workman. general housing c commission advocated V TERN. CHURCH.'V JUST FOR fUN 1906, and I earnestly solicit the 'support hereby announce the my candidao for
re-election to office of
I \ county coo
of the
President of
ment issued during the week by Democracy Escambla
by President Roosevelt; to draw up Local missioner from District
By Talent
r: Morton of the Equitaible who county. No. 5. subject
I shows that fa the matter ()f lapses Stop waiting' until you have to advertise L- statutes to remedy existing evils and Under the Auspices of the Junior Guildof I favor liberal pensions for Confed-- to the action of the Democratc; Pn,
for another. workman.. set sanitary standards for nil new con Christ Chuch. Tickets on sale April mary of May 15.
I during ,the .excitement of last year it erate soldiers and their widows.
was the small policy holder 'who. siif structions. Excursion 30th, at Coe's Book Store where seats Uniform school terms giving the J. R. STEWARD.
waiting, Bay he reserved.
Stop until you .have to advertise I- Sl.Waah a tollo can .
fered. About eighty-five per cent of country public: schools the same
those who listened to the newspapers -try it-when you.ought to. It Is within the power of ongress to lCOFFEE term 'as the city schools. Board Public Instruction.I .

and gaveup, their policies were -insured better these conditions. V The negligence .j.jThursd'ay A ,uniform school book law and V_
rt1J for $3.000 or less. "Holders of Stop trying to do it all yourself- plat has been shown is perhaps due to By the Knights of Columbus | A free booka: or,the pupils of all public will be a candidate for membership

policies -of $5.000 and upward remarked advertise for help. the fact that the national .legislature schools! in the Board of Public Instruction -

: Mr. Morton '"are generally living as they do but part of the time April 26on An efficient law for'the equalization from District No, 1, in the primary
b:1 men of "business experience; they recognized Stop that horsesiboard bill-an ad In Washington, have not felt the real AWe of taxes.

the strength of the companies will sell him to.a man who needs a importance of Immediate action. The steamer Monarch leaving Good roads specially.- election.WM.. E. ANDERSON.I .
and were not disturbed:but there borse. people of the ,District.of. of Columbia Palafox. wharf, at 7 o'clock. are the Pioneer Yours'resp'ectfuUy."
p. m.Wyer's -
was a great deal\ of alarm among have no vote and V can only put before M. JACOBY. be
Band will furnish I a candidate for membership
holders'of 'small policies." !Stop'apoiogizIng for''the mistakes! congress the hard facts ,about the Coffee Roasters of in the Board of Public Infraction >

; Unfortunately "men of business ex.perlence" of-clerks;. advertise;for the right kind slums of the ,capital. In this movement music.REFRESHMENTS West Florida.McHUGH'S For Tax Collector. from District No. 2, ,ia the primary :-

and discriminating persons they have recently' enlisted a Proceeds togo to election.
VV 'who are able;to keep their, heads' a Stop' spending your money? : foolish group of representative men, Including SAN FRANCISCO SUFFERERS V I hereby announce myself a candidate H. G DeSILVAI
; -; V Z storm are in a minority and,,the weak ly and\ calling it '"advertising.: Robert W. De Forest chairman of the V for re-election to the office of

j V the hysterical proper and soil credulous for the sowing provided of just the New York state tenement house commission FARE 50 CENTS' BLENDS' Tax Collector for Eeambia county I be> a candidate for membership

t-; V V seeds of suspicion and alarm the Stop dreaming, about It-and 'g 0atterlt"wtthanVa& of 1900; Graham Taylor head at the'primary to be"held on May 15, In the Board of Public Instrur'na'
; "
J worker of Chicago commons Jacob A 1906. I solicit your vote.
V : newspapers who, by saying a judicious ; from District No 3, In the primaryelection.
Rile author of "H the Other Respectfully;; i '
w Half .
have A trial
TOld could have no equal.
-e in season prevented Grand Danc and Euchre Party
Lives S. W. Woodward J. S. ROBERTS.
the forfeiture of protection ; chairman of W. M. AGERTON.
by Chauncey Depew is seventy-two convince the V
.their dupes. the District board .of charities of will connoisseur -
That is a rhyme, but the cold fact is: Washington and Edward T. Devine, GIVEN BY At the solicitation friends, I hereby ==
'All the companies In greater or that we myself '
t announce a candidate for
less degree' have experienced this; probably .no. joke with the 'geutlenia U president the'national conference of C. K. and L. of A. make t the office of Tax Collector subject to PRESS.TIL Tps*=i
charities and no extravagant
lapsing which Is in question.General men
a direct result of the action of the Democratic Primary Diimmj .bI V newspaper incendiarism but the re are a subcommittee of the national AT K. OF C. HALL claims. May 15. 1906.V" S

V V sponsibility of the daily press does Funston has a habit of being publication committee, organized last NEILS McKENZIE OERTING. %
L4 not end here. In a letter to general I year to get at the'real conditions and Thursday Night April 26th. .
Johnny on the spot when there I is a'
agents President Ide of the Home influence public opinion for their betterment
anything} doIng.Washlpgto1J. Wholesale' and RetsilGROCERS For Justice Peace District No. 2.
Life of New York remarks upon the: ; CARL SCHOFIELD.A ADMISSION 25c '
difficulty securing a proper amount V I hereby- announce myself as a
candidate for the office of Justice of
of"new business and observes: Letter Useful Klt&tUght.:. REFRESHMENTS FREE the Peace, District No. 2 subject to
;!# 1 find. from_ Inquiry; of othercom. A small piece of.candle may be made the action of the Democratic primary
inai ineir TVU/-I. .gRI75....._:'_.
panics pusmess since Jan to burn .v '
all night by_ putting finely May 15th-- and would respectfully
uary 1. is very much below the average [Special Correspondence.] .and all kinds of FeedStuffs the-
powdered salt on it until it reaches the MUSIC BY BARRIOS ORCHESTRA. V ask support of the honor-
and that in the of Washington has been likened to
case large theman'
a'ble'vote of the good citizens
V blackest part of the wick. A. small : Pen-
companies! in the state.. (New York) house
that :was said to have a sacola and. Escambia 'county.
even light
V V the wrftirig li'bont half of that for may be kept In this. way.
V Queen Anne -front and a Mary Ann Superb Exhibition of Very respectfully, '
the same period of19Q5.: .
V J. L. BELL.I .
V t V This means that the work of diffusing back The Mary Anus are the shacks Iron R.rt Stain. V

: VV V insurance among the people-the and bidden alleys in the interior of the To remove iron rest-from'V linen V wet :Pluto Water hereby announce my candidacy Tbe .. H icHaadien If

.. : most beneficent 'Work of modern civilization big blocks' In :whIch the national capital the spots and stretch over'sin full MOVINGV for theoffice of Justice, of the Peace pIcst-8res--.5aest.-tn4 onlr/ Perfect M1 lVI

V has" had' Its usefulness reduced Is laid: out One police census of of hot water, puta little salts of lemonon for the Second District of Escamfoia S-if-fiUiojPeo. No cLue liter 111GO

V ;:V half because th&.newspapers 1897 named 303 of these alleys with a the spots. As V soon, as-they disap- Wholesale fend Retail. County, subject to the Democratic -orgakb ink;to. tpill-oo ctogjiaz

V IV have been too malignant or too.ignor. population of 18,978 people," while In pear.wash put In several:_ clear waters. Primary to be held r May 15th. 19O.B Ydmype..thebonuWrit.

V tat, while attacking malefactors, to 1905 the police enumerated 286 containing I L. CHEI.$EN. ia the pfcarc: )sa4 tb..*pea Ul!
point out the entire -solvency of PICTURES 1a."1uh.
V reserve companies and the legal 19,076 inhabitants.: \Vm. Jolmspn & Son New Orleans Grocery Co I tIm Lstaat
: conspicuously The first! definite step to clean the I hereby anounce myself a: candidate toclu* the it
: high quality of piper
management In :, for the office! of Justice of the
Alleys out'was taken last month when
the- Ute insurance business generally. the commissioners of the District of Tetleys Teas sfV. &Jtee (in AND DANCEAT :I Peace for District No. 2, subject to le$150Flish
Without going into any extensive j Jas. McHugh the action of the Democratic Primary
Columbia appointed a committee with annex) by an expert' Either V -
; ki V May 15th.
argument to contradict the above view the idea of converting them into small- hot or iced. Call at .the Big Phone 105. Proprietor J. D. GOSS.
of the .
matter sufficient
: a answer to it streets. _
V ( V lies in the fact that If the Store and try a cup. There is New Odd Fellows Hall No.1$1ritl14 brat fOIU r1c!
insurance The CplUV. AHer T r I am a candidate for Justice of the pea point-finert nkaau
V companies had been properly! managed This action follows a ten months' Investigation flavor, fragrance and strengthin Peace in the Democratic primary :abe rubber ted faBjr(Baiuteei,

1 ; no newspaper either .responsl- Into lousing conditions In Tetley's Tea.'HOSIERY Baylen and Belmont St.. -VV > C>DAD held May 15lh, 1905. District Nq F4gI."Fl.iiNo.23witoldbaadi.SZ.5O

tie or Irresponsible, would Washington 1 J completed: by diaries 2. Escambia County 'Florida. Any Eat k "FIa.&" No. 25Sou
have had
V V any ground upon which 'to ,attack F. Weller' 6eci'eta.ry.of the Washington -_ HOSIERY V'HOSIERY : Friday Night April 27th. kinds that you want. the assistance Draocrati"will< apredatedfrom :.:w ..

____ Associated Charities who has livedInd1fferefa1ieyg LARGEST AND MOST '
them.' And they might better COMPLETE Under Auspices of GBO. J. SLOODMB. brSudooenwdOdwSwe
now acknowledge
of the eapitaTin
V V their errors than to try to'ret at'tb* real facts'of the situation. FOUND AT WATSOW. PARKER 4 OAK AND PINE For County Treasurer.' elk YOUR DEALEJU IfbleQ .

shifting them onto soma- one else. .Some, of:the conditions that he REESE'S DEPARTMENT STORE,AT: Naomi Rebekah LodgeNo. I will be a candidate-b the V demo "JTJUH"4omI't F wumiB 1M the ttoM E1 thee*

c Until the insurance people as a whole unearthed Will ,prove a revelation to PRICES THAT' WILL INDUCE. YOU cheaper than you can buy cratic primary of May 15 for renomination .cod.. tIc mall Mice direct to

_ : are ready to admit that they were those acquainted only with the "Queen TO BUY. ,- V V V V 10,1,0.0.I F It .anywhere. Any *!za yon to the offlc,. of county treasurer. lack. M*acteUteisateei. p.
Annefronts of the elt '. Here is what want
) ,
.. The jnrpport of all democrats
V : Trrpng,.t 8.t.: they }knew then andjoww foundalmost"W1thlu, ; earshotof the TRY eo.s.soICE CREAM/ PHONE will Eagle Penal Co
ppwth'itthey '-were-wronSs, and' that 1326. : : BENEFIT SAN FRANCESCO be appreciatedJ .. NCHfiIcIII_
WhIteHousV '
t. C. SEWELL WILT.u\fB.I .
they intend to V Z1t.tdway.
_ pursue a different "Chiocn row" indescribably bad, is WANTED-AN V
f course, they; can never twstabliBh I only 'three'blocks' from, .Dupont_,circle APPRENTICE' GIRL V 614. I hereby announce myself a 'candidate
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>iwX q i spent with her cousins, lliss'' Begina

: to4 PEOPLE and EVENTS I N'OTICE. Rapier Jt 'is and with her, much brothers regret, that'*- %the

Social Side notes the death of Mr.
i lung ,:who died, of menigitis in Atlanta -
Ga., on Sunday.-Mobile Register. 1.rJ' :

Seen Heard and Done Among Those I : .. I Wit* '
Who Go, Come and Mrs. J. K. Quarles and mother Mrs.
H. ,L\ White have gone to spend several -

Tarry & Women and Society, Here ,and Elsewhere. I USERS OF White:weeks spent in.her New girlhood New Mrs.Or- ,

I I leans and ,graduated from the city
schools and aa this is her first visit 10th ANNIVERSARY SALE SPECIALS
By E. NELLIE BECK. ,Telephone 669. since: her marriage thirty years ago,

: n M********** u GAS RANGES I! fcbe is,sure tQ meet many old friends
and acquaintances and find many
,. changes in her old home city. ,
ONE OF MOST BEAUTIFULOF I 7heJou.rnal's Daily Fashion Feature.. Mr. and \Mrs. Hadcomb of Had- ,
HOME WEODINGS. r. comb; JKan., who have been visiting 25 Cents
Oaa of the most beautiful home relatives, leave this morning for ,
weddings of the year was that of "" Bangor Me leaving their little I Worth 75c
;Miss! Diary Aline Anson and Mr. daughter Bessemer with her grand-
James Addison Wright of SavannahGa. mother who will, take her to !Bangorin
., which took place last night, at ar I July 11A.M.
an expert teacher of the use of
residence of the bride's mother
Mrs.the Aline Anson on Bayou Granda 1s.UtJ gas ranges, will be with us for Mr., and Mrs ,C. A. Bell and children SPECIAL PICTURE SALE ,
liters ceremony took place at several days and her services of Selma, Ala., are guests.of Mr. .
J:30: o'clock Rev.";Father D. A. Brady : are offered free to all users of and Mrs. Lee.H.' Bell on Caro evenue 10 Cents,

reading the marriage service. I has' ranges in ,the city. This Ltitle Bayou, having come to attend ',Worth 25 and 30 Cents.
The rooms were supenbly decorat 0 Instruction will embrace cook- the Gonzalez-Langley wedding. .
ed wth a wealth of flowers and green ing in all its forms, care of the
ery. range and its economical han-' Mr.-and Mrs;: :hard of Milton are 3 P. M.
During the ceremony the priest 1 1 dling. It will facilitate and Insure guests of Mrs. Aymard's mother
and; bridal party stood under anarch .. a visit from her if you will Mrs. 'Margaret..Langley, Little Bayou, 25 'and 50-lb. FLOUR CASES
Beautifully decorated with bamboo, .. ,. notify us at once that you would for the wedding of their brother Mr. ,
magnolia, ferns, and roses intermingled ',0' like her to call Frank Langley. 25 Cents,
wth white satin ribbon. Be- ? .
r.eath two' pure white marriage bells Phone No.' 148. Mrs: Charlie Turner of DEFunia.kSJprings Worth Up to S1.50.
arch 1r is. the guest of relatives on A
suspended from .the stood a prie
dieu draped in white and artsitically Little Bayou' for the wedding of her !!IIATCH, KRESS' WINDOYi5!'
Decorated with superb whte roses uncle 'Mr. Langley and Miss: Gon ,

and feathery ferns. At the left side zalez. ,0

Rtoorf with handsome a large cut white glass carnations.Mr. vase filled. PensacolaGas : and Mrs.4lli. H. -J. Mackey of 807

Wright the bridegroom was at- North. Alcaniz, are entertaining her eaeaa sea ,
tended by his friend Mr. Titus of parents Mr; and Mrs. D. C. Haynes, aaaaam
and friend Miss Ethel Huddleston,
Georgia as !best man.
bride, attended Company. of Knoxville, Tenn..
Miss Anson: th.e was
by her sister Mrs.. J. C. Richard- AreYoulnterestedp
Have you tried Blue BJbkon! Lem- m
m of Evergreen. Ala., and her sis- 9
ter-in-laiw Mrs. H. Osgood '\Anson as N on(or VanillaAbsolutely pure, goes fjI
matrons of honor. Her brother Mr. twice as far'and- the flavor is perfec-

H. Osgood Anson escorted her to the .. tion., p aa..In... I ,

altar and gava her lovely her bridal d;: "" T&tley'shas HOSIERY! HOSIERY! HOSIERY
white costume! taffeta of plain, and white beautifully net worn trim-over J'i:: : ': :: LINE' OF MEN'S HOSIERY TO BE I Children's Shoes ?

aea' in round thread val lace and ... <" ,I, FOUND AT WATSON, PARKER STOREATI& I
pearl? passementsie with a stock collar : :', REESE'S DEPARTMENT
brilliants. Her / ,
of pearls and : ; a ,
.,_.... ,,, J : >
medding veil was fastened with a .- .::-.":i',".,,..: ; ; '-, 'has' TO BUY. N N
handsome diamond brooch. She c? '" '"':'."/. > ..,> = '' hold uPon
fled bride roses with a shower v, <'- TRY BOSSSQ'S ICE CREAM.. PHONE If You Budd'sNewest

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phnnosa fern
T :
The matrons of honor, Mrs. 'Richardson the finer tastes '
. and Mrs. H. O. Anson, were '"' SKATING EVERY AFTERNOONTHIS Are WeWould t {
attired to dutiful creations of white ", '',"" : WEEK, 4 TO 6. LADIES AMD I ; I Im
I ret over white, trimmed in round never lets goo CRILDREN. SPECIAL RATE II I I _
thread val lace and narrow ruchiags I BePleased Creations i
of satin -ribbon. Smart girdles of GET A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND R I
) ; r ; nfght on themidnight train for.Louisville $10.00 AT STANDARD. CLOTHING .E
rib-on .. : r .,1 4[ ll Ky., where they will be guests COMPANY.: i | to 4flP' in y
.dull, rich red with long ends in the : : for about ten days of an old school i iru
\ha c..,. f alls n g. to the hem o-f the skirts: chum of the bride whom she has not
gave an t air of distinction to these A 'PLAY'DRESS FOR THE SMALL FOLK'S!. I seen for twelve years. On their return Tl>< :Wedding Gifts. Have You -mil Oxfords ,.
charming gowns. The girdles were they will reside with the Him-We. have fifteen carving sets. I{ N
'fastened back and front with hand Simplicity'should. characterize, the held"'in at the *waistline by a stitchedevery groom's mother Mrs. Margaret Langley We'd better exchange some of them IJ
some buckles of brilliants. They day play garments of the little belt of the clean and'cool-looking bluegingham. I. at, Little Bayou. hadn't.we?, Call and Straps !
gracefully carrjed: arm bouquets of I folks bothboy ; A broad stitched pleat Is. -+- Her-JOh,no. They're so darling, and. 4.
and"girl. There ,
carnations repealing. the three shades I -- set over the right front through which MR) S. WHITE ENTERTAINS just think now long would be before II
or pink in their girdles, and gacel! should:be no ruffles or. frills; in fact, the fastening with white pearl >TUESDAY EUCHRE. CLUB. we'would have to pay to.have any of See the and I

the artistic warmth and brightness]1 the plainer they are the smarter and buttons is made; and bishop sleeves. Mrs.Georg /'White entertained the them'sharpened! :-Indianapolis Star. ...
needed to complete a perfect wedding -'; more comfort-glvng. 'TWs little dress The neck is simply finished with a Tuesday Euchre Club at her residence L Ribbon j F

scene. ,f,' opens on the' right side, the vent narrow bad .of.the gingham'stitched on West Government. .,., 4- Flat Sort. of Existence. Elegant.cI | ; !
,.. large reception ,followed 1 ::the reaching about two-thirds to the'waist en'bOth ed esTfairstttQnlng done with Mrs. Johnson- won the first prize, '.'("'sappose you are: getting thoroughly : ii
ceremony- Mrs. Aline Anson mother line, and slips';ori! over, ,the head, to be a :coarse white. 'cbttoni: the. consolation going to Mrs. White. 'city broke now that you've moved "Ties. ifj i
of the bride was'attired in a handsome I Mrs., John Pfeiffer__ captured the 1m
to town and in fiat?
!black net. with applique of '. wne'nana prize ana Mrs. M. P. Boni- are Uvlne a ;
black jet and. cut steele with a becoming stood a. huge cut glass vase filled! only ornaments a gold locket witha fay won the' (booby. "T s. we're J getting city broke fast i
touch of lavender receivedthe with white carnations and plumosa soltaire diamond! suspended from a The next meeting will' be with enough, and Henry says it's only a ;
fU We believe these the best and upto.f tw
guests Introducing Mr. and Mrs. ferns. gold chain about her neck gift of the Mrs.,,.Bonifay,, .. question..of time until he'll be flat are most 1 iE
(Blight to the felicitations of the. lAt oblique ,corners stood massive groom, and a .little;diamond crescent -+- broke.too."-Kansas City Times. date line of Children's Shoes manufactured in this ruN '
merry guests. She was assisted byMrs. silver candelabra with white candles that fastened :'whitl rose and her QUIET HOtyB-WEDDING OF : It's a pleasure to show them. You are N I
_:: H. E. Bragg, Mrs. Bleeker 1 1 I end tulle shades, while at opposite:long ,tulle veil to her hair. She car- DAUGHTER OF CAPT. NUNEZ. '_ Degree of Madness country.
tForbes, Mrs. M. E. Clarke and Mrs.I'corners were tall vases of white I I''ried an exquisite shower of bride- -Miss Lola Elvsdo daughter of Capt. "It makes me mighty mad to see how ftjffi always'welcome at our store. |y ,. j
E. It Quina. carnations and'ferns. roses arranged by Mrs. C. E. ForestThe and Mrs. George Nunez and Mr. Edward some .of_these bad corporations defy
The: dining room was very beauti bmilar bordered I the cloth'I I maids, Miss Maher and Miss (' C. Todd; of Savannah, Ga., were the law." |
handsoemly: decorated in pink' wound in .and out among the cut Bell were similarly gowned and car married Tuesday night at the homeof rua WATSON PARKER & REESE GO
i "Me too, but It makes me madder to
and., white I glass nappies, which, were filled with ried bridesmaid roses. her parents. lee ,
A- drawn-work cover over pink was pink mints, :whIte carnations tastefully The ceremony was followed by a !All the family was present with bow some of these other corpora- rw
on the table in the center of -which I strewn among the smilax at reception at the home of the bride's the exception of Miss Lizzie Nunez tions Ignore it."-Louisville Courier- Successors to Green & Watson. ro)1

the base of the big center vase. father on Little Bayou, from 8 until who is visiting relatives in Savannah, Journal. .. ffi
The punch 'was aarved In the re- Ga. The home was beautifully decor- 33 and 35 'South Palafox Street. m 112eae

ception hall which was invitinglycol 10.A verypretty bit of sentiment on ted with ., ferns, lilies and ,JhoeJdD
and pretty in its decorations of the part"of the bride ;was the wear other flowers. Gunner-Well, old man, I see that the aeaaeaa eaae2ae2e22a: !
tamboo.and dark red roses. The big ing of the beautiful white rose which} Miss Emma Rance and Mr. Rowley electric rolling pin'is the latest. J
punch bowl was embowered' in huge was a gift from her old! colored nurse ol Warrington stood with the ,happy ,Guy er'-'Electric?. Great Vulcan! ,
ioFei1iIowa's; clusters of green' grapes -and grape Mary Plummer.' couple. Don't the ordinary kind cause a man
foliage and, attractively presidedover I Mr. and Mrs. Lambert X. Gonzalezand Mr. and Mrs. Todd left at 11 o'clock to see enough stars without adding
by Miss Flossie Haley and Miss th.9 bridal party were in the re Tuesday night for a wedding trip to sparks?-Chicago! News.
Sadie Stockard. ceiving1 line; and two of the bride's {Montgomery and'' Birmingham, Ala,
In the dining room, pink and white girl friends Miss May Bell and Nashville and Memphis' Tenn., St. Couldn't B. Worse. '
ices in white cases, heart shaped :Miss Anna Runyan presided at the Louis, Chicago, New York, Boston, 1
De wife tells while out
I cues in .white",and,pink,, were ,gracefully punch bowl. and then to Savanah where they will ,Style My me
served by a group of fair maids ,' The room ,were in a fragrant riot spend a few weeks with Mr. Todd's In,her auto you did lots of damage. .
Miss Sybil Wheat, JMiss Maggie May of 'roses-roses everywhere, toned people.iMends. 'Chauffeur-But, sir, when you hired 1' ",
Hatton '.Miss Gladys ,and Miss Florence with ferns and smilax. \ present were, :Mr. and Mrs. me yon said your wife wanted me to THE BEST IS WHAT WE SELL.
Davenport 'Miss Cora Scarritt, Among the many presents received Ketterer, Miss Era McMann Mrs. ran her auto in the worst way.-Lippincotf _
Miss Etta Reilly, and Miss Louise were a ''rare old china tea set which Miller, Mrs. Maggie; Walker Miss s Magazine i iTo
Comyns. .. th.9 bl1de-inherited at'her marriage Cynthia Roseque Miss: Pet Rance Have BROOMS ENOUGH
Guests from: abroad were Mrs. M through 'her mother from her grand- Miss Emma Ranee Miss Gertrude Chose.the Lesser ErlL
I H. Greenwood: and! Mr .- H R Braggof mother and a half obzen beautiful Keterer. Mr. Joseph Glackmeyer, Mr. Nell-That torrid Mr. Hansom Insisted the whole city spick sun and clean. They are light .
Mobile, Ala. table inherited Mr. Frank Klumker, Mr. sweep
spoons from her John
upon kissing me last night Brooms here few
Brooms, medium weight Brooms and heavy ; are a
Mr. and Mrs' Wright, go to Jack mother's grandfather who used themIn Gam Goley, Mr. Rowley, Mr.. John Belle-Why didn't scream? :=4
sonville, St' Augustine, Fla., and his bachelor establishment Fell and G. E. Nunez.' Jr. you bargains: > .. .... .. .. ...... -:
4 = Nell-I didn't want to scare the poor Cable, Extra Heavy (wire \bound). u uu .50c
PrideHam's Brunswick; Ga., on their weding trip Among the guests present from a --+- ... .. .... .. ?
'will to fellow.-Philadelphia Ledger. Style B.'large size, (5 strings).... ..... .35c 1
!After: May'-10 they be homeon distance were Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Miss (Mary Hoffman expects ,
Little Lady, extra fancy straw (4 strings) .... .. u .. .. ...35c ;
Bayou Grande.-+.- .and Bell 'and Mrs. children Aymard of of Selma, Ala., Mr. leave Charles Saturday Hoffman to visit, who her'recently brother ,Au Caacientiflc Explanation.::: Kitchen, good stock' ((4'strings)... ... .... ..... ... .u .. .. ..25c
Milton Fla., '
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MRS. MARSTON ENTERTAINS I and their daughter Mrs. (Charles removed from Napoleon to Po NEW CITY LADIES.: Turner of IWPuniak, Fla. vine Miss. inquired the naturalist
The NeW.. City Ladies' were enter- Mr, and. Mrs. Langley left last "Usually," answered the man with & GERELDS !
and tained at flinch by Yrs: Frank Mars- Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Crowell, of theweary air., "to avoid offending a

ton 'Tuesday 'afternoon; at her, hand- Monticello, Ind., who have spent the friend."-Washington Star. Phone 391 The Grocers Pensacola .
some home on North Tiwelftb avenue Worth it'sWeight past two month in Pensacola, will Fancy
:Mrs. Edith Howe Foster of Gulf- leave: at noon today for their home. iC
port, Miss who Is visiting her sister ;;
BreakfastBacon Miss Alice Howe-was. the special jMr. and Mrs. *Leslie Clarke are -..j,,

guest. with Mrs happy over the birth on April 18, of 111 i.N s o.O N N. $O. y
The next tneeting-willb,9. a -fine son, "William Daniel: Clarke. You CanDepend
C, S. Bonacker/ In Gold! > I II
4 I ; .l"
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GONZALEYLANGLEYWEDDING' KMJKU removed Mr. and from Mrs::East A. 1J.Gadsden Torrence to have their I I e Furniture Store I

IN ST.-: MICHAEL. TO REMOVE FRECKLES AND pretty; new home on West Garden Upon
Miss Stelii Laontine J Gonzalez, just built for them by Mrs. M. P. ,
ebn+est daughter 'of Mr Lambert X. PIMPLES IN TEN DAYS, USE BOnifay. # i 7 hat ,Hilps You i't
fir: Frank Joseph'
Gonzalez, "and' CreamI
Our Ice
We Are Langley were wedded In$t Michael The Complexion Beautifier The friends In this city of Congressman t: . '. .
I Roman Catholic hurch;; last eveningat Mrs:;: W. B. Lamar will l I
ana Ij : Is the one that fits out your home with furniture and :
Solo.Agents. 5:30: o'clock the)Jt?soTemu'marriage'v. Father Fullerton Is guarantud,2cdI jje pleased to know that Mrs. Lamar I uniform in purity, lets, you pay for it while you are using it, and In such .
reading' -- Nadinola I it Mutt accompany her husband on his any: delicious in quality.We : small amounts as to be hardly noticeable. Just think :
: service. : j jI 1 I moneyrefun visit to Pensacola to-day. They have 0 of a
t was .a' lovely scene, the gentle! it fails to remove engaged, rooms at Hotel Escambia.fTta .. can.furnish cream for Tr
peace of the church Atmosphere: was the very worst cases and beautify the picnics. parties entertainments -
-- enhanced by the fading; day, and the complexion in twenty days. Duncan&cDavid wfedding weddings and i i Complete Bedroom Suit i
tender strains"of the 'organ tones takes place in the First Baptist :
fell softly as"caressesor shouted Mr*..Edward Jones, of Motist Sterling church this morning at 11:30. the like,. Jn any quantity .

: with joy ',:or' .jmttmucpfl;* lingering Kentucky, writes .. in bulk or: fancy mould. I For 2O.OO.
Sol: Cahn benediction upon -.the\,happy young "I feel it my duty to tell yon tM benefit Was Emma Gentry spent SundayIn Lei'UB-have your order. i :' I II
& CO. conple : : '; I Ifedinola untold mortification has been with to me.freckle I hid,since Buffered child! Milton, with her sister Miss Clem-'

The groom. Wd> blest man Mr- hood. Having used all the highly recommended mie Gentry. A-gidttloaril.for 115.00, Mattress for ?2.50;'Mattings 25 e.cents
with moot i
LeBaroa'Gontalez: brother creams and lotions *
Leonard -, Jaid! free, and everything else In
ft=yard; proportion
hesitancy 1 entire treatment I I
The Pure Food Store, ot the bride:met"ti 'tIJ1 'e' at th@ altar After giving it a fair roar trial I most heartil Less tuna year ago the Social Won'tjod coma: in and buy today ,- i
v< ''" I, reoommend it, for it's worth its weight ii Side of the Register had the pleasureof -
'R. gold to any woman freckles! -YoviNadinola the marriage of Miss ,
Bell announcing
SeirtWit t Corner Pilafu tad Intendencia First to 95ter"' ;er4 Sir- B. is the only thing: han ever need Tandy Kitchen Cafe
groomsman and Miss ; Nellie Bell, with success. Your Nadine Face Powder ii Annie Purdy to Mr. Carter W. King I c
bridesmaid...fpljowisOtfJfce>; maid of spand. Wishing you the deaened success, Th .' marriage took place in Pensacolaand MARTON" QUINA I
who entered va sincerely.! Miss Purdy's friends and relativeS' ,
Phones A80 honor MiS$'B1r4i* Maher J04 S,Palafox Phone 999
alone preceding- .brifle.-escorted' by Price SO-ants and J,09,., by leant here aU took this a sweet great interest whose in : i 108/119) s JaMfox SL Phone 148 Pensacola, Fla.d' :
of girl .
.. ; : J her father_wbqr.-gair ;her ..away. i fcuggists, or mail, .Prepared, by the, the wedding ,
ia The white bride PersiatfJawuUnd was beautifully! lace gowned, her 1 National toilet Co.,Paris T.nx. 'ace3 school ilatV"4&ys(had at been the Convent spent with of ths the I :.11...Ht....................1.11..,IIw.Ie 1e.e...i



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.. Buys one of prettiest A TE MARKET
North, HilL You will
Put Your Money FLOOR, to appreciate its
It is cheap. OFFERINGS
Ten desirable lots,
Others do; why not you? Buy' rear very

i I estite while it is low; and' sell whenit Block 92 of the ,New City $ ...OF...
; goes up.\ It'"is bound jto go1 up, and
'For a coafortable 6
you are sure to profit, ,Tract,. intersection Jackson East Jackson St. & WATSON

in Real Estate i iI LIST OF PROPERTY FOR SALE. street and 16th avenue;.overlooking -

St $ .
10OOO-12S wooden feet buildings on' Garden bringing thebay,' beautifullots Rental and Insurance Agency

I Gets'store and dw
4k $600 per year., :- ,l for residences., _
: 900-4-room house. 303 East Ro- Seven lots Block'55, Bel- near depot, a bargain.- I and a dwelling, containing 6 rooms,near
W_ ; It Is more profitable anj has'a greater degree of safety mana, rents $96.00 a. year. MONEY TO I
j than any other form of Investment But, don't 1200-Two full blocks, New Oity, montTract; lots in this BIO ON REAL ESTATE ( blocks- on East Hill, containing 20 lots,
act as your own broker., Get.the opinion'of real es- Value will double! -in"a, year or' kl. FIRE '
tate experts'as to the desirability' of real estate. We : two. selling at $700. on North Palafox. This' is offered
have made it a study for many 'years_ and, know ; 2000( (-Store and. dW mDgn the : Six houses North Alcaniz I List your-property
ft1 where the good investments are. See our list of 'vacant j West End business district sale. North Palafox on corner.
['41 lots In good localities, and of improved.. property I Rents $216 a year; ,$600 Street, good investment, will on St Lot 80x125 feet.
to be had .at.a b rgaln. .:' .--. '.r. Iii __.J>balance per: ,cent: "- Hayne stables and houses
'. 2000-Two dwellings 5 rooms West net 10, percent.. L. S. BROWN with lafge lot,
i Wright rents $240 a years1750Half ; DeVilliers St.
!I block, fronting south' ,, For particulars apply to 201 Theisen good neighborhood near car line, on N.

% i New City, neat;'bayou,',and one

,block from car, "WE SELL P. 0. BOX "L,"
: Pensacola Investment : EOOO Six houses, adjoining., M. C, PALAFOX ST.
1 Company :
., A. property! rents! $870, a year;; McDavid-Hyer Company -
j1* j $3000 cash, balance 7 per cent. .
*i 4. H. 'AU1tfBEIlTE, City Manager.' 2400-Elegant 6-room residence, Agents New York EAST:END :i '
Block from Lee Square Life Insurance Company. MARKET AND
V.E.SNOWIES, Priddint. p.. B. SIMPSON,Secrifery.
FOR RENT. 3 E. Government Street. Another fresh lot of & & **! ez.sGZ33 :fiSBS iaiaLiUiji ij
4k J.!.JTH1MAN, V..Pres. ui GeL Maaafer. KNCWLZS HYER, Trtuurer.Rael ., ,$12.50-5-room dwelling 401 Guille- Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla.: received.
!t; :'. Estate, Loans, General Investment.. i 16.00 marde.-6-room dewelling. 409 Guillen S MOYER, PHONE ON THE I Money at Home I

tT; 215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola. FEe rda.r I mard. .. WantedW I cater only to those : at hand of state treasurer, the people of
class goods at Jiving
-I :- BOOKKEEPER and general office A. MoD. I Amounting to Over. ..... .$1,500,000
. : LESLIE E. BROOKSPhone man of 10 year's experience, wants J Cor. Government J !paid were a little over. 400,000

--- -.T--- position. With present" employer 16, .. .. ,. ,. ... ,...... .......... 1,100,000
462 Fisher-Building months. Address "Bookkeeper care: ,
I Journal. 26apr1 going out of the state for twenty years.
w: Board and i I

I Beautiful Home. HELP.... WANTED W.ANTED-To house or cottage rent' a modern 6 to improve 7 'room I NICELY FURNISHED i! Insurance Company!t

I annanrrrJJww'nnwn --,r ments. Address* H., care,Journal... 1 on North Hill car with home offices 'at .

} MARE BIB MONEY FAST! selling 25aprillw S very desirable., Apply '
L4 on North Hill corner Gadsden and Barcelona streets, ,. lot,has 'a fronton of "The Destruc I street DEVELOPMENT.
3k Gadsden street of 200 ft. by 150 ft. on Barcelona, 10 rooms, two tion the of official San 'Francisco.story' Our ,authors, WANTED-Young country printer invested in sections where it is paid in.
R story modern in every way. The yard Is large and, well\ kept. This White and Richard Linthi- wants a position .in newspaper or I1NE DOUBLE : of home patronage?
;tt.fl 'Will make one of the nicest homes in the city If you want a beaa- Trumbull guarantee authenticity., ,Nearly job office in' Florida or Alabama. Has with board; bath -POLICIES FROM $50 TO $10,0:>0

tiful, home this is your opportunity.... ,.. $15,000Fisherville cum 500 large pages. Dozens 'of photo eght year experience and an all- No. 865; on electric : mrosnaham Building
round good job printer. A perfect
Retail $1.50.' $10, to $20 per W., Gregory St.'
i gentleman and absolutely sober; will
day easy ,if you,act quck.: Will out. start on moderate salary. Address, ROOMS CHEAP

i1i on the Bay Shore sell any ever Outfit published.. free.< ,.Everybody 'Send free.stating White full, particulars lastie. La., Arthur 12apr1wWANTED'AIl Win-* keeping.furnished On suitable the 1 FOR- RENT I

lOc for postage today.. Best terms to : : and healthy. Close -
agents. Credit given. Freight paid. : kinds ot" electrical ply, 314 B. Strong. j FOR RENT-House on corner Church
}riii Fisherville on the car line and bay shore cool and 'pleasant In summer bor
Take orders while waiting for outfit work. I sell all kinds of electrical ISaprlmWANTED i and Commendencia Sts. Apply to
-kN away from the noise and dust of ''the, city .a nice neighborhood.We Monarch Book Company,' Philadelphia batteries and other, electrical supplies. & Pfeiffer.
-4ki'i' can sell the very nicest building lots for $175. to $300, and If. YOUIhaven't Pa. When you need me ring 345 or 955. -A few : J.,M.
the money to put up your home we will lend you the money. 26apr2W.1 B. W. Peake. new Star Laundry building Also a few table FOR RENT-Second story over Lan-
:- ALL' ,PROPERTY 'in the Maxent Tract Westor, '( street now on WANTED good cook at' E. Garden.. 15d c. family good location: ; denstruth's jewelry store. Suitab'e
t sale.- W. Jackson St. 24aprWANTED car line: use of bath per-: for offices, sleeping quarters or stor
- t for colored : WA.N'TD-By first-class iron and : age rooms. Lee Daniell. 24apr
First-class barber, 401 E.Gregory. 2 W.
4f11 LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR SALE. trade. Ring 10'lO- ring or I brass molder, 'wsftlon.'as...foreman. Ifeb FOR RENT-Warehouse, 50x75, Oilrallroa'
THE COLLECTION OF RENTS A SPECIALTY call at Sylvester'Campbell Store,near.!;Strictly' sober, knows hs} business. PLEASANT! ROOM.. ,; 1t. dummy depot Warrington Fla Best'of reference., Molder..,* care Journal Chase., 1- : or. 21aprlw
24 apr!. 5 22aprlw k *" : lIpl!) ;

THE rlSHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY 'r S NICE _FURNISHED : and i FOR RENT-8-room, 2-story Cottage
WANTED: -The,complete story of the WANTED-By experienced white Saw suitable for light ,-! 318 W. Belmont Apply. to Walker
Great. San Francisco Earthquake,. mill man with family, position as Privilege of phone -;- ;lEgraham. April:?!)

206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. PHONE" 87 written by eye witneSses' completeset .fireman in healthy location.' Address I I 810 E. Gadsden St., or : : A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for
of .actual photographs, big book, Milliran, Care Journal. 22Aprlw.WANTEDStenographic'work 2Smarlm. .: rent, suitable for furniture or other
'. best terms big money agents are taking :: of any 21Jan :goods 104 and 106 South Tarragona

from 15 to 40 orders a day.. Credit i i nature. Will give same prompt at PLEASANT plajje tt\\.. : St Phone 630 SO&ov
_ _ pe
freight paid.! 'Complete outfit '
285. Hill
.. given tention. Phone Saprlm. I' on car ,

>?Is'!i Professional DirectoryTHOS. FOR- SALEAll' free ready., six Free cents bok for for postage yourself.. NOW The I WANTED-The public to know that' care Journal. For Sale

__ Chicago. -25ap3* we can do all kinds of repairing i
Columbia House,
rr ttn tus'--lJnnJ- un at
-_ Old newspapers finer
float building shoeing, 'etc. J.
PEBLEY kind"of real estate for sale or G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feb at this ofiice. FOR SALE-One regular cigar cise,
rent North ,Hmand East Hill "DESTRUCTION OF SAN FRANCIS and nics.FERRELL.
vacant one cash register, dresser, gas stove
LAW, REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND Iota. 'Some very choice ones at CO"-Best,book. Large p ofl.ts. Act COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pres3'ng .)I I'I' range, wash stand kitchen tables,,
: t COLLECTIONS. good bargains for homes or Investment quick. Sample Free. Globe ,Company, and Cleaning Club, 212N.DeVillersSt. ,-- .w'W large I i iron and one refrigerator, will be soil

PALAFOX AND ROMANA. 723 Chestnut Philadelphia.., ., :Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your pat. 204% ::'at a sacrifice. Call at No. 19 W. Government "-
i PHONE 553. One large lot on R. TL good factory .25apr3t ronage solicited; satisfaction guaran .. St, City. 25april2t*
:i:1: or warehouse site. Onq water front collect teed. Careful attention given lakes' HOTEL- ,
: to
WANTED Two good men 1
lot that a purchaser' could make no debit and solicit insurance. .Address\ garments. Phone 1222. sfebWANTED. Rates $2.00'per i FOR SALE-2500 acres saw mill tim I II

r. G M D. mistake to buy. Onq -40-acre farm'P. 0. Box 43, City. 25aprtw .-The Merchants Transfer good beds, table the I -,', I ber. Will cut six million feet. Price j
and one. of,160 acres' both near' Pen.., Co. wants your moving and bauling, rell Prop. $2.00 per thousand stumpage. Ad- ,
sacola. WANTED\ -Good cook at '52 West Gonzalez breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor- Clair dress W.; A. May, Quitman, Ga. I I24apr3t.
OPTICIAN Four choice :brick business houseson !' St 24apr sen. Pron- Phone 978. ISJunelm.WANTED. HOTEL VERNON- I : ,[
306 THIESEN BUILDING Palafox St. fof sale. Fine invest Special rate by nails ;
i4 .-Real Estate for sale or
Good at 701
nurse. Apply
choice WANTED
# ment property. Fsw : omces
opera locatedat
tention to traveling ( FARM FOR SALE-80 acres.
exchange. Your business t
for rentTurpentine North Palafox St 24apr3t ,
--- -- respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson -pIe room. Mrs. J. P. i en- Cottage Hill on railroad; all LnceI

:p WM. D HOWE, have good, turpentine: men all $.et business rich ,and' lor I WANTED-A house "gin at once. Ap.ply229 -t Real Estate Agent 22% W. Government ISapr. ('r m.; in and with large house, barns, out-
N. SprlngSt. 24aprlw street! Room 7, SaUsbIry 24aprI. houses, etc. Creek runs through 'as
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT sale cheap. lS'crops boxes plenty i : Phone 172. HOTEL SOUTHERN land and '4 or 5 springs are also oa
LAW round timber lease'on which together WANTED> -Agents wanted on San.I building. 23Jant year. American : : the land. Plenty shade trees and apple -

14V2 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. with boxes good. sven ;years longer. Francisco Horror Book, 600 'pages' ,,,t TED.-Haullng. and transfer Special summer : ( : pecan, peach and plum trees.
Mi Write or cap and pee schedule of fully illustrated $1.50.We give 5(1(Ii I work. Office phone 363; residence every respect. f i Good soil; also have a lot of fine breed
property, 'per cent-pay freight-give"credit-'J i phone 390. Acosta & White. 22-28 N. ient Mrs. T. L. chickens, ducks, hogs goats, pea
"mulms. Outfit free: Percival Supply .1 I St. .
.pr Tarragona 25mar. of
sacola. and turKeys
FOR SALE fowls pigeons geese
i Co., Philadelphia: ,Pa., 24apr6t- --.-.... /ANTED.The'publlc. to know that | ; all kinds. Reasonfor selling is that 1
't List of Property for Sale by D. Hale ". T. CRAWFORD W.AJI.1J'.EID-C'arpen'ters! : wanted at:i; old newspapers can be bought at THE BROWN ; [ -if have no one to manage place. A grea
{ :: ,Wilson & Co. once. Apply to J. Willock, corner,,1 this office for five cents a bundle. They good beds. Free ; bargan: either as an investment or

--: One block on proposed street cark 315/2" South Palafox. Street. Palafox and Gonzalez. 24apr3t, are all clean and nice. room. $2 per day. ;t .ouse; for party looking for a good farm on
to traveling men. J. which to make money. Everything
line. New City overlooking Bayou WANTED house gin and washwo. .
ir Texar and under fence.. ....$3000 man. Apply 914 K Strong St. WANTED-We want your orders foi I Dal'uniak Springs.. ; you a ,genuine and just as represented. No
i 1I One half block on Lakeview avenue 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original i ; fake. Write or call on W. H. Morgan,
-1i in settled neighborhood and on hard 22aprlw S designs to' select from. All CENTRAL HOTEL, to Box 453. Pensacola, for further ,iar.iculars. -

c4f road, very cheap at.. .. .. ..$1500 WANTED' first-class cook. WhitE prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensacola. depot Large and clean 31mar
'34 One-half block ((12 lots) and six new or colored. Apply 222 E..Government 16feb. rooms. Free sample clean
St. all hours. Special JUST RECEIVED-Large snipment ot
Ef houses renting for $5.00 each with 20api, I type-
room for seven more houses.. $3250 ANTED-&lesman of long ,expert,. ANTED-Ele.ctrlt work of ah kind. elin'g men. $2.00 'per ; many imported Olive Oil. Retail by pint,
Let cifan f&ons.rea1l': : Prop. gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso
Two ,large lots and a good three ence wishes a connection with a first. us your \our gle .1 done
room and hall house renting for $6.00per dynamo Uj jour wiring, etc. P.} n3 & Co., ship chandlers and! grocers, 701
class firm in Pensa ob. For .
grocery : HOTEL 4octFOR
570. Pensacola Eleculj Co.. 205 S.aycn. CHIPLEY ; South Palafox.
month; If sold at once.. ..$600 pr2wI
West Florida. Can carry estabUshed Prop. Special att; : -
? One nice five roomed house In
; tJf4 business with me. Will be open May cial travelers Free I horses SALE OR RENT-Two lighters;
locality with 37 foot lot renting for "
1st. "Georgia care Journal Large to W. for 75 thousand ft.
WANTED-Your orders for ta'lor- rooms. rooms one with capacity
10.00 per month.. .... .. $1000
1': On e halt an arpent and ten roomed 0H 14apr2w made clothing. We make your'I $2 per day. ", I'I w lumber the other thirty thousand ca
boue In central part of the city,nice WANTED good all-round printer,, clothes fit. Let us take your meas -t pacity. Rates reasonable. Also two
;: 'shade and fruit trees.. .. ..$5500 capable of doing first-class job print. ure. Lamm & Co., Chicago, W. 0.'I BAY fTEL.-open I skiff beats for sale cheap, 22 ft. long,
I Fla. I 1\o..n....."" ..1..... J}. ; ; ones- ;S;: ft_ Vio-jma...... TdAnhnnA. .. nr. wr'te.. '!. J .A.
ing and experienced in newspapeiworK. Wells, agent/Chlpley5 7aprlm V IIaL& bLclean. u. .w.fl .y---- -- --
Vacant lots in any part of the city .. : .
1 -
at prices that will take. Several .Investments -- ,w .MUSI oe) aosoiuieiy sober; no I Transient I' 'and Chaffin & Co.. Milton Fla. 23mar

-i that will net 10'per cent. Save ,both 'by'conferring with us drinking ir. ON THE HIGH LAND-East Hill electric
on. the money invested. when out to buy REAL ESTATE. See Hutchison, Chipley, Fla. 7aprlm -Highest price paid for gents' Prop. 77L line, six lots 100 ft front
: 3 us about some of the following! : clothing only. Sell second hand goods. .
... FOR RENT. Dress suits for rent 9 E. Intendencia. by 137% deep corners $700, inside
Store N. DeViUier ,street, rentingfor lots $600. There are no better situations -
i Tea roomed house centrally located $180 per year.. .. .. ..$1500 Stella than these lots. A. V. CIu b-.
4t and unexcelled for a boarding house House on North 4C" street cheapat. .SAfltUJrkrcrtrJSSttrLntnL Juj- j-- -r- WANTED-By. a young man positionas ___JSw_- to

on..reet', car line. $35.00 per month. .... .... .I'S. .. IS .$50Q OLD HATS M1ADB NEWPanamaand stenographer. A-l references Ladles other FOR SALE.-Improved and unimproved
roomed house close in town furnished. Address C-2."care: Journal. LOST- of the city.
(CHr all
House on East Ara:! on' street only Straw hats cleaned! pressed rea. property In parts
1 largo yard and nice out buildings, stable ..... q. .... ... ..... .... .. ..$650 and blocked. ,Panama ;50e, straw hats 3aprlm., for car return:Wednesday to 19 'E. i ii I 230.( J. A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents!,
etc, $ O.OO per month. 98 acres of good farming land a 25c, felt hats 35c. Work guaranteed. WA."IITED-All 'owners' poultry to I ; I2apr Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone

st If what you want is not listed here bargain at .. .,....'., .. 'S.. ...$1000 Victor Louis. 100 E. Intepdencia know that we are agents for the celebrated i LOST-) e black I i 172. 23janAUTOMOBILES.
nail us up by phone or call and iFour blocks In West King Tract Tailor
apr1m'S Conkey's Reme leJ.
about two rards the
tea us at 30 S. Palafox street. each.. ....... '<0. ,.... 4. '.. $1000 WANTED TO IWNT-&na.l1 cottage. Guaranteed to' cure rupe, cholera turn to 212 W. I and Pope Mfg. Co.and.-I can am sell agent you autoJ
We have numerous other properties and to kill fleas lice: and mites. I I 11H
tape ,
I less
Must be close in and cheap. Ad. from $500.00 up. They cost
D. Hale Wilson & Co. 1
listed with us and it would pay Also their wonderful egg producer. F. LOST-Little gold Fla. be run
dress with full particulars 93S', cars I horses to keep up. They can
I* you to consult us before making yourInvestment I *
"[ Journal. I5apr S. ,Mellen & ,Co. Phone No. 34. opera house and ; In sand or anywhere a horse can go.
ISapr. lost w'th. bunch of South Leslie E. Brooks. _
A BARGAIN We are In receipt of advices from PANAMAS-Let us clean your Panama to 202 Church St
the fire, Insurance companies represented -I and straws. Hats cleaned block. WANTED-To buy old gold and sit for NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-T11050:
by us fThat'all losses in Cal- r ed and rebanded by expert workman. ver, broken up stuff regardless of LOST, STRAYED : house wishing to make a successful run
:in eight East Hill tots. Others near ifornia conflagration will be promptly Leave hats at Fredericksea, T&ilor sizes. Cash paid. Llghtman KleIn. Pure white pup ; 3ljan. should supply themselves with a bo'Ue -
t4; sell at $75 to $100 per lot. For Quick paid and that THEY WILL CONTINUE Shop, 34 S. Palafox,St" Special atten. 106 E. Wright Phone 1127. of PLUTO. Now is the season to
between New
sale- per lot only.. .. ........ .$60.00 TO FURNISH! 'ABSOLUTE! tion to mail orders. built old; cross liberal reward I done prepare your stomach and lyer:
$1200. INDEMNITY' AGAINST LOSS BY ; against all diseases. Pluto will do it
-tfi; For nice smal home of five rooms, FIRE AS THEY 1U.WrOONE FOR WANTED-Will with services invest in seme.Ugminate$1000 t
bath and hall In nice location on A1MOBT ON$ HUNDRED, YEARS. and respectable business. Give I'r---J-'14 1JW suwuU-J'rnJlr lJlJSflUVWtU'IJtJutJfljt_ LOST-Saturday, 7mar I wholesale by Jas McHugh.
East. Rljl; $200 cash, $15 per month.. Protect your 'home and business bly from wagon,
ticulaxs. M. 42.
care The JournaLUaprSw. -Red female hcund with Oert-! FOR SALE-One new Kokens
against toes by fire with '
by1surtng '
I ,chain on. Owner can get same by pair trousers ship 1 chair, also several mirrors:;

: C.R.YAEGER W ANTED.-A. R. Bingham want applying to Mrs. L. B. Johnson, Jew If found' returned reward. !! Call or write J. A. Billlngsley. 14 C
and r ce've
i1i:; ,No. 202 Theisen Bldg. Phone 688. us.ESCAMBl REALTY CO., your moving and hauling. He 0 t guu cemetery. 26aprlt \ : to al!'. ,Government a St.13Aprillm__ -

-, _. 204 3. Palafox, Street. antees all breakage. Pone 610.. FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire
------ % $ FOUND, STRAYING-Jersey cow. -,. GET A PANAMA, '
SKATING' EVERY AFTERNOON Telephone 1052. NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to exchange Strange In the vicinity; for Information $10.00 AT shoe ; hogs; best of bree -ng. Ask for,
THIS WEEK, 4 TO. 6. LADIES AND General agents for State, for Home for lot on: East' HilL Address p. address B. E., Warringtoa: COMPANY. -" catalogue. Carl Setterlind, Chlplev.Fla
CRILPREN. SPECIAL RATES. Life lasujanee Qo,?of,;New York. 0. Box 207. 30mw Fbu, P. O. Box No. 6. 2laprlw 2eb .

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I Thousands Each Day Who, Are Looking Bargains I

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Special Bargains : Overstocked. With 1 McMillan: Bros. Co.

: For Few Days Only. Brick, Lime Plasterers) Laths, Pine Shingles, .- THE ,UEHOTEL


Lot 40x240 W. RomanaSt Fence Posts, Etc. MRS. T. L. BOVVEV, mop

Phone 11.. H. G. DeSILVA & CO-

near Spring St. ..................................,..........'!..... ...................................... ........................................,...............................................................k...,......,................................ 'OPEN ALL THE YEAR. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN.!
house$3250Lot .
with 5 room --

80x170 W. Romananear : RATES

DeVilliers. Si.$1000: City of Pensacola Improvement BondsDenomination ) .t ? $-

-. / Pleasant, .Conve lent, Comfortable. Quislne Excellent, '
; Leslie L Brooks, 1000.00 Each. : t Set vice Up-to-Date

fisher Building. Dated Jan. 1, 19O6., Maturing Jan. 1, 1936.. Redeemable Jan. 1,1926. Naval Stores.
If will call 490
you up phone drop us a postal or call in person,
=; --- Interest Payable Seml-Annually. Savannah Ga., April 25-The naval.
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stores market closed today as follows: we will be glad to give; you rates for either rooms, board or both.SHIPPINGNEWS .

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For Farm Tur'entine or \v.v..0. .s1. .. .5 50

Timber Lands We Offer For Sale These Bonds Subject to \v G...,..'... ...f ...... .......545N.

........ ... .... ....5 40
LARGE: OR SMALL QUANTITYCall Prior Sale; In Amount to : r... ... .. .. .. ... ...........5 35'

on or Address ':. K .. .. em' .., .. ... ... ,. ..5. 25 '

Suit Purchaser. I .. ._ .. .. _;t .. ... .. .. ..4 55 l
& Aymard .... toys be of the shape or kind commonly
Turner H.a.. .. .. .1..4 40 Tetley's
Real Estate and Abstrat Co. Correspondence Invited.THEPEOPLE'S .' G.... ... ... ....... ... .....4 00 [ ) known as toy pistols, or otherwise;

p. 0. Box 115 DeFunlak Springs Fla F................ ....." .... .. .. .,..3 5 On to .sell pr keep or expose for sale

,.,- .. E...... .... .:... ........ ,....3.90.D. .Tea' : any sive fulminating, detonating of explo-
BANK OF PENSACOLA ..... .. ......... .. .....3 80 material for use in, or in con.
FOR SALE C.. .... -.. .3 75 Arrived. The India nection with.any such toys; or to sell
Spirits! Turpentine 64 cents.' Rfbston, Br ss, 2185, .Rdbinson; Rio first. and or keep or expose for sale any fire
BARGAIN LIST PIANOS. I 1 !I$ x' de Janeiro to W. S. Keyser & Co. cracker or' other such fire-works of

Lester Piano mahogany fine order I ,* PENSACOLA, FLA. AUSLEY d.CO.'S REPORTS Kirkstall Br.-sS 1162, Hinde, Faro : Ceylon tea tn-America: more than three inches In length, or
to J..A.-Hen-lit & Co. one half inch In diameter or any such
'was few$350 months., price now$10 cash$275,balance used onlya $8 I > Liverpool .Cotton. Market -17 year' old-wasTetley's fire-works charged with any fulminating .

per month. Jtn.-Feb............ClOie.6.61i VESSELS IN "CRT. : detonating or explosive ma

.Irving handsome case, was $300 i F.b.-far...................................... 3t.m.etlps. .'. terials Capable of making greater
$215; very little used. Terms $10 I SA VING Kar..A.pI'i1...,........,.....................15.85 Ann ,-- Brit s?, Wle, 2415, Rio Janeiro noise'tha'n a fire-cracker three inches
now $6 month. A :11-Msy ............ _'..5.85 to Pensacpla Lumber Co.- in length, or one-half.Inch in diameter,

cash per 1arge handsome mahoganycase I Kar.J'uu..............................5.85 Bainbridge Br sg, 1193. Smith, New- .., charged .with.gun, powder. ,
Clutter tOO A I June-Jmly _.'................ ....8.85' port'News to H. Baars. Section 2. That it shall be unlaw.
now $335. bargain.
was $
; July-Angus ..5.84 CaIro Domingo Br ss 1713 Friend ful for any person to discharge
Marine 'Co.
Terms $15 cash, $8 per month. It's easy to save. merely a matter of .A.u(1Ld-8eptember.........5.81 Galveston, tQ Gulf Transit Co. Grocery explode in or upon any street, pub
Jlehlin, high- grade mahogany; was spending l less than: ....'....8.69 Chelford Br.ss1707 Wood, TampI- lie way park within
you earn. Keeps. l8epteInber-OcWbtr. or City of Pen-
'$390- rented -only feW grow- '604, 606, 608 610 S. Palafox St
$450 now ; : ? ..:......... .......g.ea co, to order. sacola any of the toys,
months; $20 cash $10 per month. lug easier too-in fact becomes surprIsing- Hovembw-Decembe? ..' ...8.61 Br 1220 Willis Phone 725. or fire-works 'the sale fire-crackers

Sterling ebony case, was $350 now. ly after have practiced it for DecaL ber-J&' ... ..........'......I5.GILivflrpoo18pot&.804. easlington, sa for or 'keeping or
$120 $10 cash. $6 per month. easy you : awhile. .' Kingston to Gulf Transit Co. V. J. VIDAL .ftI nager. exposing sale of which is prohibited -
Homewood, Br. ss. 1290. Jerginsen, by the fore-going section.
large size mahogany case -
Clutter ; to S. & Co. Section 3.
New W. Keyser That
used seven' months, was $(00 now People fall into the habit of New York Cotton Market. Orleans THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO any person firmor
spending Hesleyside, Br ss, 1617, Bedlington, EAT corporation convicted of violatingany
$275; $10 cash, $8 per month. .and Open High! Low OIONJanuary' Las Palmas to R..'}l, Robinson. provision of this ordinance shall
thoughtlessly .
Kimball, walnut case, was $375 used money imagine they cannot 10.37 lo.u 10.37: 10.42 w Just Deceived:
Louise, Ger 1480, Bohndorf Antwerp' be punished by 'a fine of not
> 83 exceedIng

two years; now. $185 ,$10 cash, .bal save. Cultivate thoughtfulness and May lUll) 11.01 10.83 lUJuly Halibut Ch nka. Halibut Quick Lunch
to J. Schreyer. Fifty ($50.00) Dollars
or by Imprisonment -
$7 month. I i :10.89 10.90 10.83 10.86' 50 kite of fancy Mackerel. $1.25 per
ance All of the above are upright pianosand carefulness and your bound to save. August 10.73: 10.75 10.63 10.71 Olivemoor Brit ss, 1970, Clark Rio kit. of not exceeding sixty (60)

guarantee them. We have 16 Pour cent interest paid time deposits Ootobw.....'..'....11.87 10.89 10.S3: 10.87 Janlero; to J. H. Christie. 50 kitE Salmon. $1.25 per kit. days or by :both -s ich fine and; imprisonment .
we per on '
December..... 10M 10.40 10.35 10.38 Vlda, Nor ss, 976 Arressen Cardi- 50 kits halibut ins, $1.25 per kit:
square pianos from $15 to $45. 50c here. Open an account to-day- Hew York.Spoil, 1L65'Wheat. nastollyer&Co.: 60 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds. Section 4: That this ordinance shall

per' week; good for practice. I There's 'Vivina Span 'ss, 1958 Bustinza,.Lly- $1.25 per kitBloaters take effect immediately after its adoption
CLUTTER MUSIC% HOUSE, : protection, encouragementandsatisfaction .
erpool via Cuban porta, to Gulf Transit Milkers and.Roes, Herring. and publication as required by
Pensacola, Fla. in bank account. Open High! Low Clot* law.
,,Co. Codfish Tickled Salmon, Dill Pickles
Hay..........19% 80># 79& 80fJ } .
machine Ships. German Sauer Krout. Section 6. All ordinances and !
FOR SALE-One four ton Ice ly...7 W Wt 19 rtV '
% %
complete, running now, making Orpiieus. Aqst ship, Medanic, Tries Pigs Fet in kits. $1.00. of ordinances in conflict herewith be,

Ice daily. Will sell at a bargain. Corn. te. .' . Manewil and Lance's Fruit Cake. I and the same are hereby repealed.
Open High Low Clow Ophelia Nor .ship, J127 National Biscuit Co's Fruit 25c Passed March
Reason for selling installing 15 ton ; Larrsen, Cake 28th 1906.
........... ,
Kay 47 474hIy. 4% 46% .
'Address quick to T. W. Pace, Dunkirk. : per pound. Approved :March 29th, 1906.
plant ...... 411- 1
Fla. 26apr2w 463 'I _. ."a .._ We handle celebrated blends or CHAS. H. BLISS,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK New York Stock Market Antigua, 'Nor bk 1348, Ferguson, Coffee roasted by the Gulf City CoffeeCo. C. E. MERRITT, Mayor
FOR SALE'! -5 room cottage on Tt OpenClow New .Orleans to A.Zelius.. ., H. P. Chipman, Manager; Clerk. '
monthly payments. Newly paintedand 8outb.eTn&ctfio....? 64g 64% Paalo Angelo Ital bk 1136, Bezzo. Oazaca S5c lb.; Gold Standard, 25c -
..... .........
Gas and OoppCT. Lil', .108 108 Ib Diamond Blend, .254 lb Golden An Ordinance to
papered. water I1h'blo Or PENSACOLA FLA. ... ParbWQod, Nor bk 7J6,, Lunde- ; ; amend Section 167-
ks' from East Hill car line on N. A.8.R..............,....136tfAteh 13554 guard Sti Ord'er.' Rio. 20c lb. Article l"of Chapter X of the Coda
8th-ave. G. E. -Bredt 26aprlw W.B.X'lfomu;Pres. W.K.HTBB.JBJ,Y.-Prea.. and Ca,\!er. .. 8flJ$ 89 Precnrsor?, Ital bk Schiafflno, 1508 Strictly fresh'roasted and as good of Ordinances of the City of Pen .
T.W. bD'1'' nd W N.ROBBRTAsst. LB'.1.- ,. 154Ji 154 '
FOR SALE-One large fire proof Victor C..Brest. W.A.. Blount, W. H. Knowles Cah1erq.DaloroBa.P. W. x,. Hyer Jr.. LR 2............;............ .8I Genoa to.Rosasco Bros.Schooners. asany.Send Coffee sold in thig city. sacola.
us your orders and will Be It Ordained
.. we deliver by the Mayor and
safe practically Doable D. O. Ercnt. B.&0...... .i._ .. Wt109H '
; new. B te.M. .."".. -41" 41"O.r.I Donna Christina. Am sen, McLeod promptly. : .' I I I Council of the City of Peasacola:
doors., Reason for selling, have a ........... 165. Cardenas. !Section. :1. That SnoHnn1R7: 4 TV
: -. ,.= .. -- '. ,', .... 5854 053U8. . .
larger one. Safe Dept., Wm. Johnson :C""n. '" _. ':::' : ':. .. :'.' ,: .......*................... 42" 42}. '. ..- :tide iof, Chapter X'Lthe Code of 1

& :Son 18apr U.t, preferred..?............ loa. 107X Thousand Dollar's Worth of 1 Ordinances of the City of
E.S................,.,.' 29' 23: Good"I juLLQ4.'j' be and the same is.hereby Pensacola.f'i( f'i
WANTED-To loan money on your F Wo. 8603. 1 L.&N............#....145- 145Lwd have 'been afflicted with' kidney &o as to read as follows: :
watches, jewelry and personal ef- -1- and bladder trouble for years passing '
.t;..'......-..-.--.JSX 78K Section .167. The following! shall ,
fects. Highest cash price for old gold gravel or stones with excruciting \
..... .. cxpR5s .J
C.W.UJIl1. Prelldellf.! JOHN PFEIFFER. Asstltsnt Cashlsr. 1I.P-; 9 S8yt the fire limits which shall be
and silver. Lightman & Klein, 106 E. M.E.CUBK.Vlct-Pntldent and Castor. 1.W.ANDREWS.Assistiat Cashier. Met.........!.... r.-;* '.... J& "" '. 113 pails says A., JL Thurnes a wellknob known as the fire district: Conuienc-
wright Phone 1127. -'. ... C.n.Pib..........i,...:.. ,liWi .' 16lj/ toal operator of Buffalo, 0. "I ing at the point of Intersection of the $
.. .. got xrelIet'from medicine until I be-
K'.To. .vr..j.-is7H'
< < .i 137 center of
FOR SALE-Ten and seconds Hickory and Palafox
new THE AMERICAN NATIONAHANK P.0 d..nre'l...... 92%'. si gan 'takth Foley's Kidney Cure, then '-n streets
cond hand office safes different 'D'G............!:.. : ........ 125" <1 the result was surprising.: A few ,#' ? of ; thence East along the center j

sizes best makes at bargain, prices. OF PtNSACOLA, FLU. aLP.............-io.... ...... is 16'i'i doses started ,the brick-dust-like substance Hickory street to a point one hun.
Scarritt Moreno. office East Govern .... died and fifty (150) feet East of the .
LI..b. 264!
and now I have no pain across QTS6QT$ Eastern line of Tarragona
ment St 24mar ) ;
:g.- 38 8?
and I feel
kidneys like 'a ,
my. man. thence
.North along a line
.... parallel
T.O.I.-: .I 14514 "3
It has:done. me $1000 worth of goodFoley's with 'the
4s.pI' Eastern line of Tarragona
'CAPITAL STOCK, $209,000.% SURPLUS, $60,080. p ann.a. 139 138>
wishing to make a successful run U.P.... _--'-.. 150 -' 14s Kidney Cure -will cure every c- '-x\r: I. ,' street to a point In the center of :-j'

should supply themselves with a, hot DIRECTORS ....... form of kidney or'bladder disease. W J Wright street; thence West along the ", .
tie of PLUTO. Now is the season to I A. D'Alemberte druggist and apothe-, center ot Wright street to the: centerof j

prepare your stomach and liver' Henry Covtngton, Frank Rellly f. E. Browner, Rheumatic Pains Quickly' Relieved. cary, Tarragona street; thence North 1-
against.all diseases.: Pluto will do It. J. M. Pfetffer, W.S. Rosasco C. VI. L.mar, The excruciating pains characteristic L. along the center of Tarragona street

For sale by all druggists and grocers, Bryan Donwotfy, .." T. f. McGourin J. R.Saunders, of rheumatism and sciatica are KEEP COOL. i ,3'_ 1- to a point one hundred and fifty jI
wholesale by Jas McHugQ.IXR A. M. Avery, W. H.Milton 0. E. !Maura Quickly relieved by applying Chamber' .( I I (150) feet North of the North line
W.L Cawthon, Dr. W. J. ...Kenzle BUY YOUR UNDERWEAR NOW. 'I
Hannah M
OcrUng, of
lain's Pain Balm. The great Pain relieving C'? Wright street; thence West alonga
hand 25
SALE-Second H. P.boiler.
Alex McGowIn, C. M. Covlngton M. E. Clark. .-I
power of the liniment has wI- b line parallel with the North line of ,.
.Will sell cheap. Apply toNew THE .SWELLEST- LINE OF MEN'S ,
Method Laundry. '13April been the surprise and delight of thous- UNDERWEAR: IN THE CITY.IO.OO (J Wright street to a point two hundred
Accounts of Banks, Individuals,Corporations. end Firms SoHoltad. ands of sufferers. The quick relief ((200) feet West of the West line of

FOR" SALE-95%, acres of 'land half Four p.p-cant'Interest Paid on Time Deposits. from pain which it affords is alone CHAS. BLUM &CO Palafox street; then South along a
'mile from city northwest; 70'acres worth many times its cost For sale REWARD line parallel with the West line of
timber land, sub soil clay; 25% acres by.all druggists. $ ( 617 AND 519 WEST:: BAY ST Palafox street to a point one hundredand

''Under cultivation, clay sub soil. Dr. : 100.00 reward will be paid for the JACKSONVILLE- FLA. fifty ((150)) feet :North of the
T. A. LaFar, 518 Guillemarde St. I arrest and delivery to the sheriff of] North line of Chasa street and one
GET A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND I
22April Sw Walton county. one Charlie Renols, hundred and' fifty ((150) feet West
L HILTON GREBS.PBWIDMT. T.B.WBLLBS!: : 'VIOil-humu.,. $10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHING from the West line of Palafox street
:FOR SALE-'(A second hand buck- R.l..BUBlNFLL.OASHIXB. MANSFIELD MORENO Assr.! CASBUS COMPANY. a negro. Description: Height 5 feet Legal Advertisements ;
board. Apply 405 W.' Chase St, 10 or 11 Inches; weight about 160 or thence West along a line parallel
Citizens National Bank with the North line of Chase street to
22Ari11wFOIl 170 pounds bright mulatto with medium '
I I SKATING TONIGHT 8 TO 10:30. Estate of Hwiry'.Ot Pelrce, 'Oeceased'CredItor a point one hundred and fifty (150)
Ha '
large 'eyes. scar on
and'iflys of Peuaeola, Florida.DtKfCJORS upper !, legatees; distributees
SALE Second hand tents feet West of theYeet line of Baylen
In good condition. Size 9 feet. .. I REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. lip to. the right of nose faded and when last and all p rsons hating; claims; or demands -,street; thence South along a line parallel .
H. F. DeBroux phone 889, Warring GM. W..'Wright"' 'Monil Bear. T.B.Welles. Six M.Bobinson. L.HOton\. Gmn. seen wore a blue jumper against'the said estate, are ;r& with the West line of Baylen
I overalls, of
a gray cap a new "
ton, Fla. Apr2Uw: '4, etftf.JML BANKINO BVflNfSS TRANSACTED. Following is a list of the deeds recorded 8 fine sharp toed shoes. Reward to qnired.'to'' present them' to me within. street to the center of Hickory 9
two years from thsdate.ANNA East the
street thence along center
yesterday reported by the ; :
PUBLIC SALE of valuable city property be paid by J A. Richbourg & Co., .
L. PE83K3E; Executrix. street to. the point of be-
Hickory ,
Pensacola Abstract Co.: .
-I will sell at public sale at ....J Crestview Fla.ELEGANT / 0d.x "
the west door of the court house. on __ Elvire MoVoy''and Margarette Mc- April 12. 1.9 .';: oawSW' ginning.
___ I .
w V.. i-: j Saction 2. That all ordinances
to and T. Welch .
F "" Voy J.
28 at 12 o'clock .
Saturday, April ,noon, LINE MEN'S LOW 'NOTICE.T : in
the lot on .the N. E. corner of W. [K, M.C4/Y, Ct: :FI.. db CC> In'':: t two-thirds Interest in one Arpent In SHOES JUST RECEIVED BY WAT- and parts of ordinances conflict
SW corner of Five Arpent Tract, in Notice is'hereby 'given to all whom herewith be and the same are hereby
Gregory and Spring SKs-lot 15S% feet PARKER & REESE. THE
Wbol sftl and Retail Dealer in it may concern-that we the under repealed.
the Casa Blanca Tract, being ]
on Gregory .St. and 224 ft. on SpringSt CELEBRATED RALSTON MAKE. That this ordinance
shall Section 3.
signed apply to. the Honorable 4
Steam Doincstic, Anthracite bought \8>y Jos. :Noriega, $175.
the C. M. Wilson
and known as shall take effect immediately
Francis B. Carter, Judge/of, the First upon
'' Benson to Theadore lot C. B. Lewis. Agt.. 22aprlw I and Blacksmith 'Benjamin Sir Knights, Attention I Judicial Circuit. of"FloridaonMon. Its passage and approval. .
Crena, E% of lot Old City Tract
Offlce-Na, 4S South Palafox street Telephone 93. Special conclave of day, the! 5of May Aj4 D.. 106 at Passed March 28, 190g.Approves .
FOR .S'ALE' Fine pIece'of property Yard comer Tajtigona and Gonzales streets. Phones 6 andCOAL 872 Coeur Be' Lion com 10 a. m., or'as soon thereafter as we March 29, 1906.
tor.: Wrfgtitand Reus Sts., 5 lots -._;;: aI ___ ____-_ \ iLnrmandery, No. 1Knights' may be heard fo .. a charter: jnot for CHAS. H. BLISS
with two houses; one house with 5 \itV Templar 7:30 profit) of incorporation of a religious! C. E. :MERRITT. Mayor.
hall and pantry, bath room -f fi ( nu Monday, April Clerk.
rooms with toilet, gas in every room, hot ............ .. .. .............................. 'V4Y/A 30th.p. Work in the name society of to"First bs Incorporated Christian. Church under the of .

and cold water. 'Two houses will rent "oldjoe"whiskey :Ordet of the Temple Pensacola, Florida." 71s general object TO CONTRACTORS.City .

for' $384.00 per year. Stable, fine ili I'I. il I I'Order in full uniform. Sojourning of said corporation Is to. establish Hall for Pensacola. I
lawn with flowers, wire pigeon house AUSLEY i s COMPANY ,4 \ Sir Knights and maintain a Christian Churchat Sealed proposals will ba received"

8x10 with fan tail pigeons and rabbits. I I 'are courteously invit Pensacola Florida ,for ourselvesand until 12 o'clock noon May 21st, 1906
Call and examine. Apply to Joe 0 ed.IHLUtRy. all others who may .become members at the office of L. Hilton Green.

James. 20aprlw I Ii' W. GIBBS, B. C. thereof In;:,the manner preset'bed I Chairman of the Board of' Bond
COMMISSION BROKERS W. 'HENRY NEEDIHSAM, Recorder. by the Charter "to be enacted there Trustees, Pensacola Fla.. for Uier -
FOR'SALE-Full blood white Wyandotteu I. i
erection of a CITY HALL AT PEN
.eggs, Beacon of Boston strain : under. The proposed charter'1s now
$2.50 setting of 15. Few'very" find .i' i Escambia Lodge, No, 15, F. & A. M.c oa file in the office of the Clerfc af the SACOLA.To .
Ii' consideration each
WEST STREET PENSACOIA FLA. Special communication insure
cockrels ready for the yard. Address Circuit. Court. of Escamfyia. County,
accompanied a
Chas. DeFunlak 'Escamtiia lodge. :No. 15, F. & Florida, reference thereto being! hereby must be
Murray Springs, '
4 check of $1,000.00 on an Incorporated -
Slmarlm I .J... !I., Friday April 27th, at had. '
i'Privat Wires N. Y. N. 0 and i 0' 1ock bank; as a guarantee of good
FOR ,,. Chicago.COITONSIOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS. : 7:80 p. m. Work in Signed at Pensacola Floridaen. the faith that the 'cOntractor will makea .3
SALE-Nice, clean old C.
newspapers F. degree. Visiting brethren fraternally -30th day of March, A. D. 1806,

fice. at five. cents a bundle. This of. I a featurof invited.Cv H. J. Mackey-, J. Berry,:A. F.! Don4'doing of $20.000 business in in a the Surety Stats Com of

i I D. BEYER W. M. Bauer E B. Cerntl, Wm. jleager,! pany Florida. within fifteen days after the

FOR SALE-'Shoe making and repairing i the marketbuy W/G..DAILEY. Bee John p. Ross, J/ A. Wilson W. L. contract has been awarded for the

established trade Zachary, T.. G. Yates, J. W BulJard.5aproaw4w. .
shop; ; no I faithful performance of the work in
competition; good opening for good : Bought andSold. on.Margin or for Investment. : now-the demand for CR.EWNOTICENe1ther. S accordance with the plans and specifications

man. J. Mindel Bagdad, Fla. \ : "old joe" is steadily increasing the captain, owner prepared by Fredrick Aus-

6aprl6t* i Reference e: first} litlnil! l.nd Peoples Baals Phone 1173 it's-a signee of theIt l1an An Ordinan< .Pio1 Irlt the //Sale, feld, Architect Pensacola Fla., aniJ
FoR : : because :whiskey of arrc' Angelo will be re Keeping, for$al oi; Use o? Dangerous Montgomery, Ala.

Su.E-Fine in the hotel for site-; best situation '........4.........................o..t merit-quality never fluctuates for debts contracted Toys ana Flre-Worki* jn. tha Plansand specifications are on file

tel ISO feeVfronting city a tourist ho- .', ; made from the best grain by'' the crew of said. vea- City of Pensacola. and can be seen at the office of L. 'I
south by-172 feet : appreciatedby.good judges. "' vel. Ba It Ordaiaed-by- the May r and !Hilton Green, Chairman of the Board

deep on East Government.street, over- YourICIE 'TBOZZO, Captain.H. Council of the City of Pensacola .of Bond Trustees and at the office

street Noting .Seville square and Adams full measure-convenient package J}BAARS & CCU, Consignees., Section 1. 'That it.shaH be"unlawful ,of the architect.
with open view of Pensacola COAL and WOOD for any person'firm or corporation The City of Pensacola reserves tho

bay., $10,000 will buy the property. 'the moderate prkt-jod! everywhere WATSON, PARKER k REESE HAVE to sell or keep.or expose for sale within right to reject any and all bids.
lapr. from RECEIVED A LARGE SHIP. the City of'lPensacola (toy
JUST any or
FOR SALE.-A photographers' outfit. i Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company. I "b&b" atlanta MENT OF CELEBRATED' BUDD'S toys des'gnate/T: / and Intended. t for the GET PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND

Cheap. Apply Fisher Furniture I I4tore. Offic&-Coner Chse&nd Tarraeona. Phone 259. SHOES AND SLIPPERS FOR CHIL purpose of exploding-any explosive orl $10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHING

13S E. Intendencia St.' 27mar DREN., detonating materials, whether COMPANY

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IIfYou; Have .- The Following Self-Explanatory Telegram ." .- .;
Just like taking candy from theBabies ., .

the.,.and tune jtolns of for-get-me-not tha :.highland for waltzto the IN was received_ by Knowles, Bros., yesterday. : .. .. : ,. ..:rre.-.J-, : .. .. ,'"; ";"1;'' "" :j,'', ," _, ..L"

7C three leaders in the Southern Leaguerace ,. 'Y.l ; ''''". .:. ) f '.,'; : "...;{ ';';," > ....,.
to trim:their opponents. It was \ ; >
a Taste back to" the woods ,and tall timber HartMrGonn-: /:*9i;1906:; ;;y;:-:,

; for' Montgomery, Memphis. and Little '- .. :i J.i! '.
s'w Rock when Birmingham, Shreveportand i> ; -;., .....[ ,,;
New got : : (: : '' ', ,
;. Orleans respectively .. To Kriowles Bras Agents *.*- : : *
For'correct garments EO through with them.: -'' :t ... -.
w That Pirate bunch,, In Shreveport :" :" or. < -;- .' : ;;.
over : .
matter it you want to pay < ,. '
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established record for the FIB.'w' ---. -..<." "::,,.:,
i but a'small price, remember has a (Continued from; First,Page). .,, : Pensacola -- c.w-
g the stock we handle season by winning nine straight ., .. .. .
and.that, too before some of that the camps have paid ',with as .. '
a games;

solves the problem.HartScha8nereMarx. the mingham'snenTfith-a pitcher; are;in condition.: string of Bir five and much in promptness great tEvery yeah cajjiy;1 .. :. .r.4 No definite,: advices are as yet obtainable front San Francisco i \ .

or six.straightwins.' in the northwest divisionjf&ao. in :the :
is It will soon 'ha take me '"Back.back Florida division last year settled .. :- but- the Hartford will its losses there promptly and in full as at
f to Baltimore," .with some of the their, dues in full but this year, the pay ,
hf' = Clothing for Men, iSallle Ieagae ball tossers, if there is former; stands alone. 'The proud po: '
sot something- doing in the way' of sition that the northwest division occupies Baltimore Boston and Chicago. : Continue 'business as usual; .write c.
Y and"SamPeck" victories for the last four teams. nsaID.9 in this. regard,is. due in great .
might be said., for other crews measure to the unwearrying'zeal and, : "
,continuous; efforts of Major General! all desirable risks offered. GEORGE L. CHASE
Paul A. Fuzz, -commander.. In' : <
t-. STANDING AND RESULTS many instances the dues of camps r .
{ were accompanied! by letters full of : : : ". :' : President. .
1 Clothing for boys and words of the most encouraging. and .: . : : . .. :
: young men equal. Southern League. affectionate. nature.
, i 94 $6.50 to $25.00. Won Lost Pet Officers too, dessrve commendation -. .TheNariford: : writes Fire and. Tornado, Insurance. ... _, \
#, l i t Birmingham ,.. .. ..11 2 846 for the alacrity with' which they t'F '. : :. '

Shreveport.. ... ..: ..10 2 833 have made settlement .of their dHies' . . .
-. New Orleans ... ..8 C 800 often remitting in eicess Of what. . .
Atlanta .. ..' *.1.< ;, ..5 6 455 was claimed. .
Nashville; :. ... 'un., .. 5 8377 ;A touching incident comes from
wr r Memphi1... ;. ..... ,.3 7 300 SL Louis, where a> private, who had
The John White
Montgom ry'"... *? ;t'.3' 8 273 not been approached any contribution
4 Little \Roc .. ... .v 1 11 083 heard indirectly' that dona
} tions were accepted Headquarters,
'Storetc1 PhrakTefey's Yesterday's ultl. and asked that he might be per-' L
Nashville, 6; Atlanta. L mitted, to remit his share, and cent ( NO _
Birmingham 5' ; Montgomery 4. his check for $30.00. This goes "to -Th- __
* e 205.207 S. PALAFOX ST. Shreveport 4; Memphis 1. show that the "spirit of the sixties"
-New Orleans 5; Little'Rock 3. till.llve6; and that the characteristics __ *
. t which made the Confederate I
South .Atlantic League. sol&er: :the best fighting machine; .ttae
Woe' lost Pct, vorld has ever seen, are* present today ATLANTA
TM Jacksonville( ... ... .., .,7 2 778 in>many of the aurv,vors 'of our
' Augusta ,, .? ,... :J.7 2 778 I armies.TThe..; .
d. t' .. ". Charleston .. .... .4 5 444 I -receipts and C disbursements for
I Macori,4. ,5 444 the year- 1905 .are: classified as fol >vvivHv* Bvv "< MMMi M B MH i iBiiBi&fi Biii ai BaiiM (auuai jBSaBVBBVBHS VBSn B83VBD. BBB9l
....- 333
Tea Savannah .3 6

c : Columbia!! ;C. ....-.. ... .,:,2 7 222 lowsReceipts. .- VYc'Red Rock Ginger Ale

' Half-pound 30c, tOe, 55c Yeet rd y'. Results. Camp dues. .. '.. ., .. ..$4,596.35
N. Jacksonville 6; Columbia 4. Donations from individuals all other drinks as an
: ; : Three generations Macon 6; 'Savannah '2. and Camps .. .. ... .. ., ,647.70 among
Augusta 5 harleston.2. Officers'"dues .,' :i. '.. .., .; 1;08.25 exceptionally article.
of success. ; Commissions .. .... '.. ... u' 26.00 pure, high-cl!.s s, ,

R American' ...-Leaaue.-' -:..--'- 'Sale of Documents ..: ..:.. '.. 30.60$65QS.80 It has the active endorsement of the most' ethical medicalmen m

Joseph Tetley & Co Won Lost Pet. and is widely home drink for all
,. prescribed as a
Phifedelphla\ .; .., ..6, 3 667
London,.England. St. Louis ,-? ?. -...: ..5 3 625 Disbursements. people suffering from the various forms .indigestion..
v.Bshingtoa ..r .-... ;.4 4 556
Salaries amounts
(including LooK for
y I --.i Detroit; .. .... eo..t. 4 500 paid for extra help .a$ and. Red RocK Crown Stopper on BottlesON

;I, E. 'L. REESE J. MENDEz .i. .. ,.1.< ...,4 4 500 during the reunion) .z ..,3170.00 I Q61'
LCleveland ...- .. .. ..3 3 500 Printing .. .. ..' '." ... ..,..1,739.00 M1 ON SALE AT ALL GROCERIES, ETC.. AND ON: DRAUGHT'AT FIRST-CLASS FOUNTAINS sip
New York. ... '. ,. ..4, 5 444 K
} Reese & Mendel : Postage u '.. '.. > u. .. ;,* 536.00
Boston' ... .y.., ..".;:i,,......3 6 333 Rent .. ... .. ... .;.. ...:l, .. 460.00 L '
t -- Miscellaneous .. .. ., 372.00 .
The Home TaDors M ''
'Ye.terday'a'Results., _,_
i' Washington 7; New York 2. $6,478.96It

= : Builders St Philadelphia Louis! 4f'.5-Chicago; Boston. ..'2.0. that is but'g few'gratifying of ,our to leading'be able men-1q).itata have:, The trade cto be supplied .wijh "dints and quarts by the Consolidated Grocery Co., Pensacola.

been called from us during the year ,
National '
s League.Won Lost Pet Baking: a striking contrast to the associates have,'been .c led. tipon to ,,,,....
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for- the i : r= = "" -"'''''''';
7x 4 s i&& ::1 % 01! New York .. .., .. >;,9 3 750 1904.large number Major Gen \.JQSeph TVheeler year mourn DID YOU '

Htteburg .. ;.. .... .:.7 3 700 Confederate Allot which is respectfully sub
whose death
Philadelphia ... ,.,,, ...1 ,4 636 is one our mitted. .P.-]
Boston ..: ,,;. ... ;..v> ...6. 6 545 WHIM E; 1HC3KLE, THAT WI
Hen's Chicago,,;. .. ,.*. "..6 6' 500 Adjutant General-and. Chief. of Staff.
L St. Loni-.',. .. ,... ...6 5 500 '
Cincinnati") ... .. ..5 9 357 NO WOMAN The afternoon session was devoted ,
d Brooklyn H ",., "" ,.1. 10 090Yesterday's' to 'the glory of the Coniooerate'dead, 'of $13S.O
exercises being of..a memorial .
the .
Fine can keep up her ambition if '.;he is you
Results. character. A mixed choir of twenty
aird ? the strongest
weak delicate. Sickness/brings .
Boston 3 Brooklyn 2. voices ralse: !< YOU WiA ;
; sang se iioQg..aniflbaiaddress ;
discontent and the blues.
b on worry '
reI' New York 9; Philadelphia 7. should was delivered ReV. De fe THOSE
Cincinnati 8; St. Louis 5. Every such sufferer know hat Moriniere, of New Orleans, who Gm'l i A
'If she would only taking'Hostett t3
Clothes. OPittsburg 4; Chicago. commence spoke of Robert E. Lee and Davis. Great enthusiasm accompanied \ cnsacola
; New end ol 'Sprin Pool Tournament. rs' his remarks. .
up-to-date rne :g
General W. Ix Cabell,'' who presided COME INSIDE
,r; and Summer Suitings and Trouser' The pool tournajttsnt which has Stomach Bitters: -
,in' the absence: of General Lee
1,1 Iags.yF3 been going on for the past week ter introduced Rev. W. F.T.: Alexander. SUCH AN
: Suits from$17.50 to $50.00. minated .last night, Thomasby de at once, good health, happiness and PANTS
who discussed the right- of states to .
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Trousers from $5.00. to 50 to 29 contentment will be her N
F ; $15.00 feating C.. Apostle, Jr., won sure reward: seceda. -'Ut is not bright: .now," he
; Join our Gentlemen's Suit Clul four out of'' five games winning first For 53 years it has been strengthening said, settled that-fact." 1 i
Costs only $1.5per/ month for and G. Hall, tied weak systems C Cramps "
pressing place. -'I'9uart : : r Ke also :'paid eloquent !ftribue. to the Co.
and repairs. ,, winning three and ,. Backache, "
:;. small for second place Vomiting Fainting Spells, women pf the south. ,' I
a Dyeing and Cleaning of men's an a losing five) ,,E. Touart and S. Fulghamwon Indigestion,' Dyspepsia- Costiveness.Try Lieutenant Governor Sanders, of AND BOILERS,
:--j, women's Clothes a specialty. two and. lost five each. Apostle a bottle. 't; ... '..., Louisiana addressed the veterans in TO GET STEAMSHIP
Give us a trial We will appreciat. I managed to win one game out of .' FOUR :
i' behalf of the Sons of Veterans and to all orders, o
your business five- he :was followed! by the orator. of the PRICES I : ; Lot and .
PANAMA HATS CLEANED AND '" reunion, Judge James B.. Gantt, of : phone 123 Resi :
< :. BLOCKED. About Rheumatism. Or Woo srSuaenofDlOrPh1n.nDtoU. :Jefferson City, Missouri, comander of Mgr
.REESE-MENDEL TAILORING CO., There are few diseases that Inflict PAINLESS ilum, Uaduaa, the Missouri divisIon.Adjournment JOS ..........+o
,' Phone '675. 11 N.. Palafox St more torture 'than rheumatism) and 2 srofepiamroealneorwtdskey,. was then taken till
-' r there Is probably no disease for which lugs book of p&fUealMsoahomeor. ten o'clock to-morrow morning I
such a varied and useless lot of remedies O P'UM A series of exhibition drills were I 212 S. .....++tt..t!
1 : sanatorium trtment. >
=1 have been suggested. To say .Address,.". given to-nght the firstt-event being .,
that It can be cured is, therefore, a AND 13. K. WOOLLEY by Baauregard Cadets commanded by I I
bold'statement to make,.but Chamber WhIskey CureOi ,Miss Lillian Norwell"The March.ofiStates" SAFES SAFES.! 1 \ i
w led .by Miss Molle' Blanchardwas :
CLOTHES lain's Pain .Palm, which enjoys an extensive
ti: I '.sale, has met, with great suc- a beautiful feature and a. dress: Buy : "
Scarritt i
cess In the treatment of this disease. parade and a prize by. a number : .

One application of Pain Bahr-will relieve "of boy cadets costs concludedthe 2
...0 F... the'pain, and'hundreds of suffer. regular programme and the remainder : i iI I << the liake-over
; of the evening jwrag devoted NN..... :
ers have testified to permanent cures .. ) fashioned coal
dancing.Chamberlain's .
its Why suffer when Pain to I
by use ._ I

QUALITY Balm costs but affords-a trifle such. ?,.l1ul',for k'sale relief! by and all' ., Cough Remedy the Best, I F. S. 1i !

druggists. I' ,. .:, and Most Popular. i !
: heater be in- t
THE N EBOYS' ; "Mothers buy it for croupy children to
.. railroad men buy it for severe coughs : Handle.Jw'i'ft:3" great and Its 4
t WATSON, PARKER & REESE HAVE: and elderly 'people buy it 'for .la grippe than the old coal :
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIP. ," 'says Moore Bros.. Eldon, Iowa. :
MENT OF : CELEBRATED 'BUDO'S OXFORDS "We sell more of Chamberlain's Cough t i I .
Clothes don't make the man, SHOES AND ,,SLIPPERS FOR CHILDREN than other kind. It A
Remedy any v
,. but its about THE
to be sure the
to have taken"the lead over
seems sev- i
ay nine-tenths of the HERE |
;e3. only thing eral other 'good brands.." There is no i
people we meet have to go Dy, TRY BOSSOS ICS. CREAM. PHONE question: but this medicine is.the best .
The ,man who does not make .. They're Boys' sizes.. But they Street.
f 3 1326 that can be procured for coughs and : |
a good appearance in this Twentieth arc built for all thV.,. world like. It be child
colds, whether a : or 'an
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Century,, is badly handi .:. : ;. ............NI
"' capped. .. ... .. our.Men's styles.THIT'S adult that is afflicted. It always cures -
and cures quickly. Sold -by all druggists :'f'
Clothes are the all Important lacnlted.: !
;4 !$ part of a man's makeup and "Ragged mcnard-De: :woman up to- WHIT SUITS Clean,
t it's right here that we come in. dat house Insulted me. : Oats. I
Our $10, J12.50. $15' or $%0- Tattered'!'bomas-lIow wuz dat Win. Johnson & Son : No. 2 .
Spring! Suits are splendid splen Ragged, Richard- asked me ef 1 THE 60YThe' and Shorts, I I
y1G"4t did specimens of modern ,tailor- wuzn't. .oa nr dem/guya. wot writes. Tctley's Teas served free (in Z Chick Feed i I you hare the
Ing.;, '"' } average boy wants Man-. articles for or a dollar will
Handsome, stylish and correct poetry..Tattered Tbomas:-Dat settles it ish Shoes. He gets s' them there,. annex) by an expert. Either : healthy } \i.

: In every detail Dere ahi't.1th1n. left fer youse to do. and while our Boysj' Oxfords hot or iced. Call at the Big : hatched. .1.I
The fabrics are the latest and and : .
:r but bat cut Chicago News. are stylish Store and a There is f Wheat
git a looking durability! try .cup.
believe that we can .
we please
the hen. J i iI | street, .....coI.
any'man with a Spring Suit,.regardless has not been sac ced.: J flavor, fragrance and strength .I Condition:
3 of how particular or'funy' to Uealt Of. inTetley'sTeas/ I cow and
F he may !be about his Gunner-la. Cogger etill boasting All Leathers ; Conkey's i -
clothes. about thedutabllity: of his racing au- ;: Remedies,
We are as ready to show as tomobU. cure, gape :
z to sell. Guyer-should say lot He says de-,' Vic!, Patent Colt,. 'p tent KJ : OF CELEBRATED BUDD'S.i t If you live
spite the breakdowns and repairs there Gun Metal and Blucicf';Myles. DREN.SHOES AND SLIPPERS FOR CHIL I I. us. .1

Is still, aa original piece;of metal In It i i Y If In

j 1i- that Baltimore wathere Bui. :when, .he bought It- $t25. to .$3 : TRY BOSSO-S ICE CREAM. 'F... to us. I

.H.D. ANSON .. 1 GET A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND to build your



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1326., MEN'SUHDERW Street.
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