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 27, 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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CAY AT NEW ORLEANS.By TUESDAY 'DOrNGS\ AROUND. San. Francisco, April 26.-The' relief -I SENATE.T Chicago, 'April ,26. John: Alexander NOT, FURNISHED HE WI.LLIN.. AFFECTING PENSACOLA' !

work is now,in the hands of the Bowie from in- .
military, perfected and systematized, .
Associated Press i I flamation'of;the muscles s of the heart
-SPECIAL: MASTER.: : .IS. APPOINTED while the feeding and sheltering ot I ABROGATED AND ALL: RIGHTS: ..1
Orleans April .-The formal I condition is.considered
New I the and homeless is and grave. : well attendee of the'
i hun'gry going on BE DECLARED FORFEITED.: : meeting
Business of the sixteenth annual re- expeditiously. eve hundred teams-- I I Spooner Spoke for Three. Hourson (Following'; the' reports' that Dowie Chamber of Commerce was held at 4 ,- I

union of United Confederate Veterans are hauling supplies to sixty odd relief -! ,Subject-GeneraI 1. Debatein = was ill, Jane, .. Dow' !' his., wife, visited o'clock yesterday afternoon, President I

came to a close this afternoon. One circuit court will likely adjourn depots. There. is a scarcity of I' her. husband ,at his ,apartments Mayor Bliss yesterday addressed.the. presiding. .: i i
\ the three and coffee and urgent need 'or House following communication to the(Peasa- The special committee appointed to I
! of tha reunion proper remainsand for the term today. During sugar i the today. This is the first time the estranged '
ay weeks of the session Judge-Carter more ,blankets. cots, and tents: on ac ., couple met. since the wife. repudiated -.cola (Water Company, which is self' secure subscriptions to the California 111
that will be devoted to parade, '
a Associated Preec. '. explanatory: Relief Fund reported that subscriptions
has disposed of a1 large volume !of count.of unusually. cold nights' By : I i
which will start at eleven o'clock tomorrow business. ; this season of the year.. Every effortis Washington :April, 26.-li the Sen the deposed head of the "April 26th, 1906. amounting to $1,395 had been re. )1
ate today.'Mr.. Spooner'spoke; for church and cast her lot; with Voliva, Tensacola Water Co., City. ceived. .
morning.The being made to ascertain the correct three'hours on the railroad: rate,question it
present officers of the organization Federal Court- I' numlber victims and their iden-. and gave notice that fie will resume the new bead of... Zion City. She "Gentlemen-The many recent and A communcailon from the Cleveland :Jt

Tuesday morning next week the tity. his remarks. tomorrow. He addressed was accompanied by her son, Gladstone disastrous fires in Pensacola demonstrate (Ohio) Grays thanking the Chamberof )i
were re-elected by acclamation United States Court for; the Northern I .himself! ;particularly"to Senator beyond a doubt that the water Commerce,and Secretary Jones personally .
District of Florida will In regular ADDITIONAL TROOPSTO ., who did not. enter the apart- 1
nominations against open speech'of } .
there being no Bailey's some days ago. pressure is insufficient to give; proper for courtesies extended that t
session, with Judge Charles GUARD 'THE CITY The. bill appropriating t.htllun.- ments nor 'see his, father, She remained '
them. General Stephen 'D. Lee, Commander Swayne presiding. The grand Jury ..a'redthousand! dollars for the Slare\ ore protection, and far short of that organization upon the occasion of a' : t

jn-chief,.General W.'L.Cabell, 'will be'empaneled as1 spun after' court Washington April 26.-The. war' department Island'navy yard !Was passed. halt an hour. : vhich you! are required to give to the' recent visit to Peneacoia, was read. i
commander o f the trans-Mississippi convenes Poss ble: after which today .decided to send Gen: She reported that the visit was to city :by provisions of your franchise. Communication. from Benator9Mallory r

Judge Swayne will deliver' a. charge. eral Greeley, at: San Francisco, the GENERAL. ? : DISCUSSION arrange for' Dowie's return to Zion "Under section 16 of your franchisette and Tallaferro and Congressman j i:
department and) General :Walker,.commander to the inquisitorial=bode. ; I AMUSES THE GALLERIES ,:'
.heaskedfor .
twenty-five. hundred troops City next Sunday. :! test for the completion: of the Lamar, relative to legislation now ,t
of the department of Northern Circuit. -Court. 'General: Greeley insisted upon,: ;Washington appropriation, :April bill 26.-+was TKe the agricultural subject The report; that Bowie is 'dying 'is works, and the acceptance of the Ire pending in congress affecting the '-4:
He in
Virginia, mad brief speeches of Judge Carter in he 'circuit_court telegram the additional today troops.that the present says forceis a:I I for discussion In"the,House'todayalthough denied vigorously' :by "all those felta service were ,to overflow the standpipe sponging industry of Ftorki were 11

ttanks for the honors bestowed. yesterday denied the motion filed for inadequate to guard fully the .interests I but few references were ful to him.BATTLE. and also to disconnect the stands;. read. Received and ordered filed. :ii

The reunion from a business view anew trial in. the case of Anna Gould- of the city; and has been over- irade to it. A general discussion! of a i pipe and raise th0 pressure in the: A comunication from Congressman 'l
ing versus the Louisvile. and Nash. worked. Various estimates place the large variety of topics afforded entertainment I 1'ipeis i to one hundred and fifty ((150)pounds i Srarkman of the second !'Florida dlstricV .
'point was uneventful Th e chief new ville. Railroad Company. Thirty days destitute at over two ,hundred thousand '.1" to the crowded galleries.. BETWEEN per square inch, equal :to ahead for 'J
h13&uP.port an ap
iLeasure: adopted was one recommendttg leave to file a bill of exceptions was which gives one soldier to every. ; pledging .j'
allowed the defendant. It will be remembered -hundred people.: REPORTED. FAVORABLY GREEKS AND TURKS elevation of three hundred and propriation |by congress to construct
to $ied1fferent states the paymentof that during the 'past week, ON BARNES NOMINATION> twenty-fivs; (325)) feet, end to sustain' stone graving dock at the (Pensacoli ji i

tensions to slaves now living who the plaintiff, Anna Gould: ,. was SIXTY THOUSAND' ommittee'on Washington, April Postoffices 26. The Senate .i. \ the same for two ((2) hours, or more, Navy Yard was read received and or-

followed their masters to the war; alto awarded Nashville$7,000 Railroad against the for Louisvilleand the alleged BUILDINGS DESTROYED I agreed to report favorably on to-day the By, Associated Press. without causing leakage or breakagein dered ffled. i

of nomination. Benjamin Barnes, secre the pipes or hydrants. This was coraisuncation from Seelbac'i -
one declaring in favor setting husband. A !
killing of her Salonica, ::rurkeiApril 26.'SixtyGreek
Ban Francisco, April 1 26.-A map
tary to :the president to be postmasterat
the standard of efficiency establishedby of the Seel-
Bros. proprietors new
apart one day in eacn year for memorial -' just published'here of the burned distract Washington. Senator Tlllman made soldiers were. attacked near;, .d
Other Cases. tilje franchh>e. bach hotel at Louisville, Ky., stating
services in behalf of the Confed- I shows an area covering 453 city charges against Barnes when the Karaferia last evening! by Turkish
State vs. B. E. Whidden and S. E. blocks, 111 of -vhich are south 'of nomination was presented by the troops. The fight lasted until today, "In section 12 of your franchise you that from impressions guinea' upon

erate dead. Davis, appeal from criminal. court; by Market street, and 342 at the north!i president; ,' which charges were investigate the 'Greeks retiring leaving thirteen are bound to continuously operate I the occasion a recent visit to Pen- J
The day closed with a grand ball in consent. the matter-will be decided'by end. It is estimated that the build- by the-committee. charges jour :water works, keeping them in a saeola, they were convinced that there'1
the court during vacation. Ings destroyed will be in the neighborhood .I involved the ejection of!JThe. ,Morris dead.. Three -Turks were Killed and maximum state of repair and efficiency. in Pensacol
honor of thp visiting veterans. j Is an excellent opening j
Bass & Company vs. Pleas Lindsay, of 60000. from the White House offices. five wounded.GBZSaVATIClXS If this means anything all, it
The.(parade tomorrow will start at -Judgment- for -plaintiff for $94.30. I n eans that you are under obligationsto for a first. tfass, modern hotel 3
Peter Kuntz vs..John, Baunemeisteron :be able Generous Offer. j
to to the city a I'
t'.even: q'clock, ana) the route will be '
trial. This is'a ,suit. to recover ti pressure of one hundred and fifty J. W. Lurton, Division Freight and }
about a mile and a half long. It is. $12,000 on alleged notes;. ((150) pounds to the square inch when- Passenger Agent of the L. & N. R. R. ,

expected that there will be ten thou- Suits m-c ( ,-\ I ,. ,ever you shall b# called upon to do Co, and E. W. Fowler, local -..agentof j
IUd men in line. W. R. Taylor & Company.and F. M. \ i 'ThrtLr: so."At the time the water works were the Southern Express Co., stated
Medal for Gen'l., Cabell. Williams vs., Diaz,. ,suit for S' .,* built, and for some time thereafter, that the companies represented by
foreclosure of alleged.lien.., _f KA'IS ll' the. outlaying mains did not extend them had authorized them to an- 1
Excepting for the time devoted to \ery,far from the large main, and a J 1 I rounce that all goods or moneyfor the
: good should have been realized'4rom -
; pressure
tie presentation of medal to general SpeciuIMastbr..l suffer-
( ; from relief of California earthquake
In the case .of:31..A,- Watts 'vs. N. the ordinary'pressure' I I .
W. .L. Cabell" _,.diy. the \Arkansas veterans ,.. Jones.. Scott Loftia:was named as $ the standpipe. The city has, since I I erg would be forwarded over theie
the morning session was: devoted special master "k"e.testimony.. % / grown, ana! the mains. have been /extended lines free of charge .1
until now, from their great .Secretary Jones reported for the t
entirely to business. Reports of length and impaired condition, it is .1
Court. stock ordinance committee that the
Municipal-l :
iiLipossible; to get adequate .fire pro.
the committee! on credentials, Battle The docket before Judge Laney .in te'Cti4iln from the standpipe alone."Therefore ordinance to prevent all stock from 1

Abbey and History were presentedand the recorder's court yesterday morn- I instruct you, that running at large within; the city i' J
adopted. The presentation of agold ing consisted of twenty-three cases, C whenever you are notified that a fire its,iwhich was unanimously endorsedat "iJ
( nineteen of these' were foundguilty, \ ) (exists or, when the same shall be the last meeting of the Chamber, ::11
medal to General Cabell, as at.sttmonial one discharged, one continued and one -. known to you, to cut: the standpiBs off, vas presented to the city council at J!
of personal affection and sentence was suspended The fines .as provided for in charter, and to I its meeting held Wednesday night by ,t
amounted to $67.00 "nnd costs. The i raise the water pressure,to at least Aledrman Yonge. ,
regard, was made the occasion of a bond of Tom Carter who is charged one hundred ((100)) pounds to the Mallory Line Matter. f

genuine ,outburst of affection by all with cursing and fighting was declared :square inch, arid, in case the'dre becomes The following letter from the Mallory .1.: l
forfeited. ; i& i very serious and you are,called Steamshtp Co., of New York, 1which i
hteh for time deprived General
a --"' 1- I upon for more pressure, you are in was laid over from the last t
tabell of power to reply. !structed to raise the pre ure.. to one meeting was taken up:
t LOOKSI I hundred and fifty ((150) pounds'to'the "New York April 9th., 1906. "Jrhe 1
The credential report gave the num. MINERS SUBMIT .. I '- Pensa- "
,' square inch."According. Chamber of Commerce, I
ter: of camps represented as 755 withan RA1K J.tY WAT.II R; to the evidence submit cola, Fla."Dear t
NEW PROPOSITIONBy ( s Mr' ted at the investigation of the Winter Sirs-Your favor of 6th., in* 'd1
aggregate vote of 2.315 The report 'J'tlg
slant, requesting that we indicate ;
1GLORY' Rest fire, one would be led to believe \1
gave Florida. eighty votes; il' : 1 t that your plant does not have the I what inducements can be offered' by ..
1 1'ri 1e efficiency required by your franchise. the commercial interests of your city, ,11
Georgia 199 South Carolina 136. I
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Associated Prei + v I If this be true, /1 command you to at. to secure favorable consideration of 'i+
The report of the Battle Abbey New York ,April 2$.-.The anthracite I (nee"put your :plant in such state of the proposition of having our New '
committee shothe situation unchanged coal operators.-oday| announcedthat --. repair and efficiency. In case you do I. York-Mobile ships call at Pensacola. : ,
Chairman Bier: had received a sPalx6 rot do so, or in case you fail to give in both direction, is received..
from the last reunion.! The telegram from President Mitchell ,of the pressure I have instructed! be I 'l'he-matter is one which must be ., .

report.wag,, 'presented by Chaplin; General the miners union saying that another 4jj': 111411 ............._.,-_- .___:T4 A _. .-_. --_--_' given at fires I shall as chief execu- passed upon "by our President, Mr.. H.
letter containing a .counter proposition : tive of the city, insist that you have Mallory, who.will not return to this
'Jonesl but the confusion in the; had been forwarded to Ba r..The NAPR/L \ _. -, J1f'ONCl violated 'your contract with the city, city until about May 15th., and that -. ,
hall prevented its reading and it was telegram asked Jot early! consideration 1 f JOY! and' Ishall further ask that the said he,may be. In a position handle it :

ordered primed. of the proposition,. that the miners tr contract .be formally abrogated. understandingly and promptly we
might have a reply for zits ,convention i'J, "Yours respectfully, would.t.e glad to have you give 'us :
General Clement A. Evans presented next Thursday. l I t i "CHAS. H. BLISS," us some statistics'bearing! on the con- ;,

( the rejiort, -of the historical 'com JJ ) ."'}Ia'Or." coerce; of she port, especially that orig. }
mittee. Increasing cordial relations DEPARTMENT''COMMANDER: 1 : PICrf1 f+ B MMP WWI W W. >. B hating in this city, and what wouldbe
and the DUVAL AT TARGET. PRACTICE Wlunll CONFEDERATE MEMORIALDAY the attitude of, your merchants
absence of sectional feeling .
line thus established.
r.--;..; '" IS OBSERVED HERE!r ward a
Was noted ands fairer teaching in the /I' "Yours truly,
Brigadier General "Dural, accompanied -
schools everywhere of the South's position by his aid, Ueutenant'tonnel. Yesterday was Confederate Memorial I "C. H. MALUORY & CO."

in the cival war. ly, visited Fort Barrancas yesterday. I day, a legal holiday in Florida,'.. On motion. Secretary Jones gas directed
In the selection of'the'place for the General Duval is department com- \ .s. and the banks were dosed in observance I I to take the matter up with the
ICE receivers -eastern shipments In Pensacola
text reunion 'Richmond and Binning- mander with headquarters in Atlan of the same. The,memorial exercises ;: with a view of -

halq ;wtre the dnly places suggested ta.: He is here to-wftness the target ( were held on April19th, due,their views upon the matter ascertaining of secur--
coast artillery to the fact that the Confederate Vet:.
of 91st company
Both were 'advocated strongly, and af practice leg a regular line of water communication -
erans reunion was scheduled for a
Orleans.reception "
of New *
ttr several speeches Birmingham was was given in honor or{ General Duval ,\ !,,\OR: t -,. three days session in.New Orleans-,I I findings:with. to New the York Mallory and line.Jo reporthis .

withdrawn and Richmond 'selected last evening at the residence of Colonel -- .. ; ... one of the days being April 26. The Secretary Jones called the attention
unanimously. with a ringing "Rebel Howe, commandan jf jftjrt ,Bar -: reunion in the Crescent-City terminates :, *.
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f BY MEXICAN OFFICERS S homes .three doses' a. Say of. Hood's
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Barsaparilla. are now being taken by

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CHAMBER OFCOMMERCE proved itself' the Best Spring,Medicine, .
: Fishing tfPensaeoa)f and
t1 ; by its wonderful f effects. in'. .cleansing. the

tj Mobile firms are Being REPORT system, overcoming that tired feeling, .5 W ARM.
treating appetite;;giving Strength iake

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w1J : of the meeting to the matter; In liquid or tabitf form. 100 EoSes$1. *
CAUSE UNKNOWN shoaling of the anchorage ground lathe .' .. -. Major r Bliss States f His Views\ on
harbor and moved the appointment '

thoroughly of a investigate committee the.of three questionwith to I BOSSO'S' the F Florida Blanca\Vhafl\ S i1-: : LUJ

suggestion of remedies to be Affair. \\ ( 'AI r -

IW Matter Taken Up p 'full the State meeting 2' pf the b,9.Chamber reporte'of? at.Commerce.the, next Ice Cream Factorycan i I : &L S 1 4

t Department.DftDIAZ p !. I Congressman Congressman/ B.Speaks.Lamar who is furnish you creamla Satisfaction I DEFINES HIS POSlfidN IN tkE .: ////j SS t\
qu n11ty.
en honorary member of thb.Chamber any S PREMISES; ANtI ALLEGES THAT if//A TftanKftil ate
of Commerce wits present and ad- : guaranteed. -S f -I1thii" S

; I MEXICAN CONSUL tiNOT'BEEN national dressed the legislation meeting now,at length pending upon in S SAM. PHONE BOSS 1326, Prop. PlOiL'ITJCS: !' ARE' MIXED- IN MAT. : 11(1/ o. S. 4LtlI11 I11( 1\\ Who Escape ThY

j which 'Pensaoola is interested.' -- - -. TEft -CHJEF //iJIllI&( Surgeon's Knife
among 'other things )Ir. Lamar
-ERNMENT HIS ftESp'fectS -
k\ated that tha congressional commit; ALDEFANMLJtDON. '

?h NO SERIOUS COMPLICATIONS probability tee on; Military report Affairs favorably! will upon, .In all an 'PARIS SHOP ., S S (t1.c%? Thousands of f surgical operations are performed -

ARE EXPECTED TO ARtSt OVER appropriation to repair the govern A I II every year I in. our -great city hospitals !
Mj ment bridge across !Big Bayou, and to !
- QUESTION. construct the military road from Fort FRIDAY and SATURDAY The.iRofids Blanca ; llfeet wnarfriiattef S fNI/( j upon women afflicted with serious femal t

11l Barrancas and the National Cemeteryto is causing a great deal .ot-filcussionv'For :I&. I IU\ (\ \%5'troubles.. Sometimes .the operations are successful !
the eastern boundary of the arm/ APRIL 27th and 28th :; some tfand past the question _
t. and naval reservations.Themeeting has len fifgued arid the dction S Vl.d\.L.Ur l-oftentlmes'th y are not. i
: ii- it -was learned yesterday morning en adjourned. AT THE ESCAMBIA HOTEL of the cbuhcfl Wednesday night .ipSiroviug -
jg that the Mexican government had '. the feconimendatiohs Of the S It is safe to say that certainly' nine out of ten operationsfor i

Heiied the smack Same l! Steams property A Thousand Doll r's' Worth of Good"I Bt franchise committee anent the project troubles hab avoided.
,of Warren fc Co.'t.of this city. Mr.IWjften have been .afflicted with kidney Has left.eves a larger latitude fof dis! S female might ,c wholly ,) !,
received wire Id iMMffefetand and bladder trouble? for years, passing! Junior Guild cussion. The' report of the committee S The most :vaIuable tonic and re-builder of the female! 1
a similar wire! waa received T;> gravel or stones with excruciting I recomm'eTLded1 that th.ipiitt is build-
the Mobile Fish Co.. of Mobile whosesmack. pain" says A. H. Thurnes a well t FOR itg the wharf (Mayor Bliss and O. :L. organism, the 'medicine with a record of thousands of.cases 1
; T. J. Trafton was also Seized. known' coal bperator of Buffalo 0. "1 'Bass) be notified to remove ,it at the the table
::1V The seizures occurred near Progresso. got oh relief from i medicine until I began Benefit of Christ Church. eJTiratlori 6t the franchise, which itjs literally snatched from operating -, is i
t : Mr. Warren on receipt of the taking Foley's Kidney Cur, then claimed iby"th,3, comm1tteeexIr d yes I
t ;;: telegram immediately t wired the American the result 'was 'surprising. A few Cafe: with FFcnch 'CKcf terday. If the wahrf f is not removed' I
at Pregressoj at according to the committee's report it LydiaE.PinkhaflfsVtb1e Compound
consul' yiich (Joseai C started the hrick-dust-like substance
t place the vessels are held, to l Investigate and now I hate no pain across will be a feature of the can her purchase r by the municipality.

,. the matter. iHe also..took the my kidneys and, J feeljike a new man. attraction. ,Mayor Bliss,whd is, deeply interested ", '
matter up with the state department, It has/done me $1000 worth of good?' in the matter: being one 'of' the Do hot consent, to anoperati Which may mean death until after

through Senator; Mallofy, but as 'yet F ley's' -Kidney Cure will cure ever Creole Lunch From 11 -to 4, rarties: erectingth "wharf wig asked have E.I' k1i 'Vegetable Compound fair triaL
1: b a$, not heard from either party, form kidney or bladder disease. W. for a statement defining his position you given Lydia a

r Mr Warren states he is unable to A. D'+'leihVeftfc; 'druggist and apothecary in the premises. Is Note what it did for Mrs. Paul Oliver, whose letter follows :
an the which
of why the vessels statement punished
1. think any cause :
i: should; be 'Seized, as ,fishing In that HINTS FOR, FARMERS below Mayor (Blisl takes a few shots Di AR.MRS. PiNKHAMf -I was suffering from pains in my side anda

ri *. vicinity has teen going on' for Quitea A sweiHlne! L dics' dxf at Alderman MuldSn and openly stated .serious female trouble. The doctors said to get well I must have ia
of that ''has to
before has / Alfalfa Versus Cloyer. politics a great deal do
L- while never any performed. but I would not consent to that. 1
1 operation
Alfalfa is read J for cutting i full *ith the recent agitation concerningthe
trouble with the officials of the Mexican rdsi just iceiy d" S
tt. occurred. :Mr. War month before red clover. There i is' a wharf, question.'Mayors S I heard of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and sent for a
ren is in communication with r the Motile WinJohnson &Son strong advant ge in. daIry. farming; ". 'Statement; bottle; the first dose did me good and after taking the first bottle I could .
t tk Mayor Blirf. gavfe out the folrowinlas i aft and [did not have those in 'which I t
d* J Fish Co. and it is thought the since green crops are needed at the sleep tight pains my abdomen had
.- :Alabama concern will' a i private > |- I.WANTED-AN" APPRENTICE GIRLy eiriiest i possible" moment In the spring. "You his view diked concerning the what the 1 intended question: all the'Urne befote. Now I can ride ten miles In a carriage* my color has ,

:tf? party in Prc ress6o' look ift'&rtheli A" fI us... ." < 5apr After -cutting ,alfalfa Opting* into do. in regard to the we action of the to returned and I am full I owe all this to the Vegetable Compound. '
i emts. H is of the opinion .J. gr wth. more'pr mpt11.thln! clover, and council last night respecting the Flor- It has, also done wonders for my thirteen-year-old daughter. I will :
*s that nothing serious will arise out pi TRY'BQSSO'S' CREAM. PHONE 1325. a second crop is produced, within six to loia Blanca Street; wharf? I do'not never cease to praise it and recommend it to my friends. ,
& .t that the matter will -' ** i"* sis
4i; the question and w Clover lasts twy I
felght e know that 1 can answerthat question MRS. PAUL'OLIVER, St. Marttasvilie La. !
1' ,
It. te quickly and easily .settled. Fattening; Hogi. and alfalfa ten to thirty yeari." Ih Ne* at.'Ute '''Pr sent.time, as :we hate: fe4ceived -

1LLt1 Dr. Diaz Mexican the Mexican Consul consul Talks. at_ this' Mature- hog can be fattened on corn Jersey the aTerageyifeld of green forage no official,notice-,and, I have. Thousands' of.women. residing, In every part. of the United
consulted ""with those who interested > \
was. a
36,540 pounds .a'
4tr point, when been yesterday stated ahd water,, but. growing hogs should f lfa per and acre i4XJ0: 'p'punds:for red'i:1 formal: ver. : with,inc. States-, Bear willing Jestimonyto the wonderful virtue of Lydia

L 1t1 that he had not as yet received, any; have Some slop feed. They haveS,muscle The 'weights of dry hay "Yes; we.have.precisely the'.v same Ve'gefaDkCompound It female
were 8,258 dures
E. Pinkham's ,J ( ills and
-'f communication from his government I and bone to make as well as fat tout kind of a franchise, as has beai ,grant: !
relative' "the seizur6 'of the vessels ? on,'and this requiFes a. 'growing poands and 4,088 pounds, and, of. .pro' e'd to .oth r parties. Some of the,ordinances radiant 'budyatit female a1th For own sake it.
lein your, try
2,214 pounds and 616 pounds
4- but was first apprised of the fact by ;ed. Wheat middlings or wheat mlddlmgS'aisd peracre : read word for.'Wor with..theoseeptios .
f-LPj 'Mr. Warren who showed him the te'egram "iii!!. .! inate) the j fcesi slop sp e uyCW.' In the1 sisbi eial ,ofj ni"e3 d diteS; d' !
he had !"eceit d.' '" DV Diaz Wfi n''bartey 1 hj bfis-teiH baflsy Alfalfa was found to cbitiia! ,S9 the roun | 'hn smplypiaIs f ;; ;; usroye' Lydia :E PinBmm's Vegetable! : Compound! Cures Where Others Fail

thinks that the vessel must .have violated meal 'mjht! be nsed.: :Forest Henry at boundsof d j. matter:anil 215 ponsdS i our iproperf-: )' a, jnotion it will es- ,=>, '.'.
the fishing laws of Mexico 'by iniiesota Instlt te.- Of protein per ton"as i compared! with tublish'a .precedent by.:which the. owners -

jJi :fishing "w 'thia jnafine league tof 4. t ., ,..;, .. ,!,rot pounds,}and; 246 pounds> : for ,clo- of TjthecjwhaTvesJ In;the city. may
land 'or In other words fishing in ver. In other, ,-wordsMaltaifaj-n6 only" te: rembyeidjn the Jutufi &nie! of
jUP Mexican waters. He ays he understands .Ca>i eof.CTdmblr B tiF. yields two ahd'onenalf tides aa nitich these franchises expire .nextyqar. It .
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&ii it has been the practice of vessels Probably the.cause of crumbly conditions as red clover, but Irs feeding value l 1 Is 'wili very interesting !fo_sie the, citycouncil t I > .. -.
from thIs, as well as other ports, jn butter is the fact that most of remove,the: railroad wharves ;: : : I
much for peund..Co '
greater pound' Electricity. .ft-Libor.jtav*r:< ""SKATING EVERY AFTERNOON
to fish there in the past t, but that theMexIcafl the eoware strippers. -t Ihis i i f& a t.the expiratioin' the-franchise.JYou the,pfesent time. .Sut.we are operatnignndef
trj-Life. 'One evening a few years aEe.I- visIt THIS WEEK 4 TO 6. LADIES ANC
government has taken no notice quickly be removed when S : :will: understand .that we are .a franchise i graife4 tweny-fiye I
J:4j: of the matter. Formerly the fes\ :"cows 'coSe J Jnt the Ji rd. Some -.- tho'e..sRegularity not, asking, .the, city for a'"ffanchis3aiGrandfather's ,. l f2a)* yeafs"ago: the vaiiaity" of :which ed one of. A'great thelargest ladle steel'mUls 1n.Plttsburg. CHILDREN SPECIAL RATES. ,,
Mexican government has had no need feedsihate ihfe ffeei soft Feeding I which holding tifty't I
has ver been questlonid, and WANTED :AN APPRENTICE GIRL
in feeding is a great desideratum : ns of molten steel was lifted and -

present for the,fish the, government says the consul has a but con-at ehihg Ihe fati and suggest one a of little these,bf Is this lin _' s_the animals, I thrive, ,' so much* has been acknowledged"by the city by I carried quietly and trjict. with private parties in, Mexico better on 25 per cent less food. The Cure for acceptance of the yearly rental for the distance and was then 'adjusted for
meal be.used ia th ,.ration-Professor I TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1325. I
.grintI ig them the privlege of fishingon ft.:A;, Pearson. % horse is a sort of cloct.:: He knows Constipation same.from the time it was grante'd iintii pouring; the" steel Into ingots. There
1k these grounds and that they are ._. M_ ; Just exactly when his , due andlooks'lfor tl a1. .ipresenti I; and my associates:I were but few men in sight and they \
'bound by the "contract to protect the 'Wart* en ClierrV"Treei.! it, worrying be delayed purchased this property and paid a; seemed Id have no connection with the MOVING PICTURES AND I
interest of the parties concerned. 'A cotrespbndeiit bf'th ChicagoInter but satisfied wh"eii it,'eai n.i __medicine!,-the Sawbnek! : good. price, for it, and Yi'e iaive i :begun I moving mass of white hot metal. Amid DANCE TONIGHT I j
Mr. Diaz states that this should act The torse ivhlcii! ied irregularly i 36es hours a day sawing wood, class wnarf the occasional namIng furnaces and I
jO ean says that the best' remedy i iS. .. GREAT the construction of a.first
q as a'warning to .oth smacks from for "black warts knots oil cherry I nol thfiv and its appetite i& neversatisfied. .keep anyone's Bowels 1 1S have the- piling! almost l- the deep shadows the scene :was a An interesting entertainment! v.1.1 j
infringing "on Mexican! maritfm aws. or t>i deep water and weird be given tonight at the new Od 1 discovered
stable i. man l in
whUe many vices one. a a
He thinks it 'is probable that \the ease trees .is to the. warte'and then are to dfcep water; Thire is a demand lows' hall by Naomi Rebekah' !/de--. j i
F. the i the Mo need of Cathartics Oil cage at, one-- end of a high! cr&he who
to ppe quantity ,
likely Only pills Castor ,, I
it&1 will be acted upon by the district burn. them WileS this can be dope; i for such a wharf and we areconstructIng : No. 10, consisting of some of the ia'<
2rjk1 judge whose court meets at Meritla, without; serious injury to the tree cut horse will eat should be placed! before rior"Physic' ," If rou'1I only worK the Sawbuck the wharf in good faith was operating some J vers. A few est series of moving pctures: and .
1; Yucatan. oS l the warts and paint the wound with him and he fed.early In the regularly. and not simply building a.little wharfon minutes ,later i in i passing from one lustratlons, among which is tli? r, '"i'
it1 The outcome of the case is awaited a'coat bf thick bbrdeaui mixture.Earlr morning, at noon and at night. Ap S the. edge of the bank to hold thefranchise building to another it was necessary to brat 'ct Passion Play the icau'f"1'
7ij "with interest. 'P petite varies, but 'an average is about Exercise is Nature's Cure for Constipation as has ,been don?, and is stand aside while a number of laborers story of the life of Christ. TV i'">

Vecetafelea F r the North. 100 pounds of hay- and forty-five and,=1 T EIM1! tfilkwilldo.! if'you ncw- eing done in other cases. There passed, each carrying an ordinary gram will consist of sacred anti! commoving <"
: i3 .'.pleaty.of( business for such a Wharf plank., Each of these men was work- with !i-
Sha'dorr Checks.'Shadow Of the varieties' peaS tested at the pounds of oats per week for an average haven't got a wood-pile. : pictures, Interspersed
arid we have entered: into the touildng t Ing harder in transporting a board
northern horse. He will also ,eat few { lustr ted slides.
checks hive .coine to stay, experiment sFation in Mlchigjin a
But, if/ouwill I take Exercise
your an of' the wharf as a business enterprise than was the operator of the crane After the I-1'
S. manipulating this entertainment
and! then .w mohftlfs in this design I Iare' \etts Excelsior proved the best roots carrots and Swede turnips but andY'r
: : safe
Easy Chair,there's only one way to do tha.t. which we coiisicler perfectly hid ladle bf it el. will be cleared fee dancing.! (Gimusic J !
not much at i .Hme. Vary his food
tt smart particularly those .In for the middle early kind 'of peas. i fnOt. asking
very } We
because-there's kind of Artificial prcrofeing. It incidents for th1 '.0-'
; onlybne require l sncH as this to hag been secured
black and white, whieh make up. BO.Well Peep of Day corn planted June 10Ntfehdrfe with a !few"apples,ifaie .eak, | potatoes ant ''favors :whatever and do not d&1Jl&na realize I
Exercise for the Bowels and make us what remarkable casion, and light refreshmeu'j
its is :
when combined with black.. : ? ii& fpLI ( {never raw), beans '-torn (not 'much), natn luiytMng! that floes not rlghtlul-
.., ,.. . banana York' "CASCARETS. iWe either bare a thiDgs.the't. >lectri motor is doing as its be povided.The {
iti ..' .' -_ __ -u ._.__ ___n__ skins, etc.-New. Post 'ly/belong-to!:) us. ordinary':'performance* aid entire proceeds will be g;vea I
Cascarets ire'the of else 'We' becomingqIteththonplaeeO.
to exercise .rl. privilege
only means ra w
-I _. ... 'right" : to the San Francisco sufferers an;: i-f I
;-" "' / :, F. Ott'in Enjrinee -
:* ,,_ _'., ;-. _. _'_-'__ ,: .": i : .. .. .. :I... ._., __ "_":." '. :_ ,'; Kliia of'fet* te Sit. fife! Bowel Muscles l without work.- <3o< Eggs that are abnormal i ia: size, shape .more I
other.eepet shvuid be rejected They dOl 't.. Gripe this: matter tfcan' anything else. --- -
or any Purge ner "upset'your remenibered thAt only two
Over Half a Million hot because aohti f''them 't1l..hatch, :'! Stomach" because they don't act like sbor.t: y,3ars ago iAlderman l MuidOnasked" I
but because they"will 'hot bitch well '
; "PIifci"S the city to give.the foot of L
j ;C and it is a waste to use them says ILW.Jack'son ; I They: d n'l flush out your Bowels and street or I in other words to abandon:
t : SATISFIED CUSTOMERSDoyo'n in'N atiohil Stockman. I tMfOOt: of.L !
.Intestines with! a cost y waste 6f Digestive

:: think- such anjbnormpus.: S business S could ;::be S bufll tip and do to go not{o think extremes Ids l in necessary following; however the popular ;Juice, as Salts, Castor Oil. Calomel t. Jalap, cisel street ly ending1"on}he game the a 5 Tfatsr.-Florida rroht-Blanca pre- Old I

idea thai only "similar{ in size .or Aperi nt Waters always do tfe>i H did not offer to pay any
e114 continually increased, if jour goods did i not 11. exceptional!!j value, and merit? eggs
t11 TDo-yotv thluk-wetpuld; hold tie trkde iff h.alf 1 A.'million',people, if- ourreputation be set together. Experiments at West I .NbCascarets strengthen andsflmnlate, I t fghtal of any oonsid ratlonwhatever
for.doiijg exactly what we say.wasq't fijrmly' 'established? Virginia station show 'that large and the Bowel, Muscles, ,that line trie" Food l fc,3 simply 'asked the .city to abandon
Dp 'o think.U. IS.-Senators,Foreign.Amblsskdors Bankers, Business small give approximately the and that tighten ,rhen food I IpaSMge3' the'Street, "wharf priviieges and all
rii a w.iiiisi<< j jn.every sectdn'! f this cotinrwould. keep on using up 'which the; public will rementber, was
same percentage of evaporation under touches them,- thus the food its _
Mti .HA Elt.WiIS&EY! lf t'1asp.'t MI4t. driving to. ddne rorottetJ of the citizens T
Do yiu.tiiik t tiocbrf$ frouid re dChdtd-1 ;spit, 1s'bs5,'ttl. .'ir'itwain't ', similar conditions,: 'nence large and finls S !fvof t\af:p4rt of the city and to their Quaker
abiolutejy pure'and unadulterated : : small 4ggi do not heed very'-different f L A Caseatet acts on youl B W !Mus injury. .

;1Ji Just think these things over carefully: and" -then. send us a trial order. conditions or treatment-: 5. : U you aa j Just sawed a card Sf wood. Of.i; "Ald.etmaS.iMuldon seems to be the
Yourmoney back if you are not sahsfi d. ., lEdivJdual.who J is so anxious to have
5- roflUble : t Florid! BlinEi tf t re-
._.. Uni.e t d Stmtet Senate;Wmshirigton, D. C; S The Bot. f That's why Cafcarets are safe lo 'take"pontinuousiy i IbtfrM HHe Ifere is a ,vested wharf right of
of -
is.reilly one firSfer'd
The hog the Rye
for ,
: "I ban feud htyaer Whiskey exceptionally. table and medicinal pup ael." I
"w....M. &swL most profitable! cror. l and 1 isi worthy of r ,In health or out ol healthBecause \ I t iiw4ny-nv.e(25)( : yeir's standing.
: t; .. U.S.Senator from Nevada. more arttation/ is iselni i to the they move the Pood Naturally, i,wherein' thl' partiei' propose to build i it

dairyman because li&:*1ii ell. th'e by: digesting- without waste of tomorrow'* I i something that will add. to the coihfortttindcpnvenlenceof ma. .

products of the dairytie; J U'usifiil to Gastric Juic.t .t'iitfiai\ weallfi of thl ttsclieiis.citys! thj and bgI F I,

HAYNER WHISKEY the grAin farmer because/ will con- t I public 'tenffit!, an,&' h| cduld not wait Ii Rich and mellow with age ::
vert the grains and FUses of the I The thihj flat,- TC ni( Box Is made !rntll th franchise, had expired before

farm into money;Jo from'either-standpoint to fit your Vest pocket; cr "My Lady'V. action 'was .taken. It. ems' to 6e all I is
t I FULL he will show.i-profit The more Purse. Dr'riggists-10 Cents! a Box. t right for Alderman .Mnldon to take a delightfully stimulating I
$2OUPUESSt1 care yon devote to him the better he Carry ftcohskrltly with and take'iCascaret street, wharf prtvilege'l! and all,, and l ,
4 f fence' it up and k 6ep the public bttt of and
will t yoU .OnrtQfislleTlfil'iaeS smooth. :
I4 i QUARTS 0 PREPAID but of pa his! head 'tnalanythjni'iis'tobdenough one. i whenever you -suspect you need lU- bat It is a all wti.a wrong V privilege for somebodyt1Lt&Iyi ajready i S

I oiffi mvi wm I ea yoi c !a a pt"a teied! S cue with! so cotalng Is for too a toodior hof. h e m-Farn fact is that trlg.Tv Be 'very n1th&carera St!tefHng to, .get, Remedy_ etuzhi.Eade ConiEejb.-;'.,it.S existing At least and that""build is a the public way wharf It appears upon. I Tell! the, dealer to'-send i

tiiL ". matU to shoW pontenta FOUR PUU;; QUART to 3=4. 'It is e !y a matter of po!! -
1i 1I0T'tUtS OP fiAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE FOR H28, tad wewffl .. l-t !!t 'Mthf pany; asd!-getef..- -saicl ia- -k L tIct! that\ Is eu.! f
.;th. pay the express ehatsei. Take it home aa4 sam Je' (t.have,oar doctor i iSice Sat letstafsped-CCC.!: ffVyoii; will r 2d the franchise you E of it
then-sot the
Is iaxL Ch you a case
test ft-every bottW If,wt jttih. Then if yon don't find it just as we say today.
AT OUX turbine riBclpte bay i i i wiilfeote thai it the end of twehty-five
ThjV s JK) perfectly utfsftctory.ahlpltbacUo us E3 5NSE and your >eventually be ,
Sti S '13.20 wilL be promptly rehmded. Bow could any.offer be S fatretr You, adapted to expire1! :engines? There (K) 'teare the city shall have the I .Phone 16, Lewis Bear & Co., .
don't risk a cent FREE TO OUR'nEADEttsIt ot purchasing the whaM at
re5 already several iniepkPs whd) privilege 404-408, Palafax St. and 2-10 Main St.,
: rden fo(Ark; aL. ol.. I&M L i.)1xb. : tittb.wish., IWAT1 claim that they have solved 1 : this has been arft&ged to'malt .1' .suta-vuluatipn.: as may, be determined PfensacoU, Fla. 3
Clt WJo.,must be OD the basi. 014 Q. iis for..."bf,.Express problem. Dcavtlfnl little fr.en h-desilned GOLD. :uon hy three arbitrators.. Suppose
I% p 1 or to uit.for 811.n,bJ''I're ht p&1c1.. At any that the preieht PLATED trinket box, bard-e meteq in i the' city ddes. not avail itself of this
i! petrol engine has reached not quite pretty- colors. a., handsome ornament ,
Write oar nearest office and"So it MOW. most liberal offer ever made., and we tifiTileffe. it does 110 .follow that the S
1 finality but comparative, perfection, It want ntrTreader to bare oll. ....'Ten. rigHt bf Ihe- indIvIdual .owners arecon&cSateoi
!! THE IIAYNER DlSTILUNQ. COMPANY. 1)1 Is tim that lom ; t UIIt', Wfsh line cents good ia faith stampafs and asked to cover as cost a meastzreof of Qaa-. ?(! Our position is, that, the S --..
were struck ouVind If Great nit 1n to us. and will continue -
carets with which this dainty box Is *harf belongs
t.i Ath ta, 8' Ibji i, 0. 5LLeuItISo .S t PauJ.Minn.MS strikes first we' shall firmly establishour .loaded.. belong to us until the city ,bas purcnaied Ie .BUiyter, ( Holland ) Gin"rit
be to mention this
\ Send today sure
_ to the' ,
-iS t\i DUTOiMT.'TlflTi 0. > 8UBUSBXO..taw lead In the world's motor matters. paper and write your address p14 1ly.- it according 'Provisions. '.
-Lord Montagu in Cir. 1 .SterUn, Remedy Company*, cf.the franchise." -- -S _:- '- : I
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THE PENSAAOLA J ),U..R A.Lf. !FJP.P: AY,,. MO RN IN ?, APRIL J:>>, 27, U
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HON. W; B. LAMAR OPENS I-Splendid- Line AUXILIARYTO THE Ifaesaaaaaaaaaa K eaaaaaaaaaaai 1m f I


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I the' national >congress pertaining to t Just Arrived.
1 I: large Crowd Hears Him, Discuss! rates., I'm ABOUT THAT UNDERWEAR Ift
Tha speaker r.eferred the' Hep- We
Rak have just received a fine
Railroad burn bill as being imperfectand 'a
: Regie ,
line Sweet On
of & Co.'s
tItII1I\\\r\ lv \< weak imitation of*: the :Hearst'meas-
U/ Iati n. ure. He stated' that he" ,had offered ,.Overalls; 'checks andalso'Painters'.White m

1e'Irn1 four amendments"to the measure, and Over-alls Proposition? Just going along
I..,! that the amendments were turned !Prices $1.50 to 2.00; all

down. Three or: The amendments sizes. HI in the old I HI
LOCAL'QUESTIONS 'were takan from the Hearst bill, and Formed atWarrig'tpn.and Named d 0 same way, suppose,
the ether from Senator Culbersoa's ATimeflook ,
bill._ in Honor of Wife and Comm 0flf buying the same old kind your N

We Have. .: ; /:' L Uuds,Hearst Bryan and 'laFol- Congressman.Criticised Lamar Williams.* criticised. ," Given ,Away Free'To andaiit. Berry, grandfather used to wear. Why

John tha democratic '
6harpe Williams all who purchase a Suit don t wake and come
you up min
minority lea&r' severely' He stat
lette as Leaders.REFERS of Over-alls' from us. The railroad
ed that because he" did not bow down Special to The Journal. I
boys- are especially invited our and let show
Learned to store
byExperience to the leader, that ,he. was taken off to call and see us.YOVRIHOMVS Ft. Barra as, April 26.-rOn Mon u
slon' the Inter-State Commerce
haIl at
: day last 'at the Odd Fellows' .'
mission Committee'and- placed oii, m you (0
WEAKLING AND THE HEPBURN the 'Foreign Relations committee. I Warrington, the officers of Lorenzo

-- .- He referred to the' framing of the Lorain Garrison, Army and Navy
: MEASURE AS A WEAK IMITATION -Davey bill! and (he.; :. so-called Democratic B4CKWhite MONEY Union, U. S. A., instituted, by' order of m TheNew Kind The Cool KindtmThe

that mothers appreciate ..... OF THE HEARST. MEASUREGREATENTHUSAM.IS caucus,as. .. put ]up job or thegrea.t the adjutant general of the At and N. ,
t piece of incompency he had ,& Nix
feood clothes for boys. ever witnessed. Mr. Lamar stated U., .a branch..of.tbe.Ladies', Auxiliary.The .
This spring we have gath- That Don't Stickto
that congresses.a.peculiar.foodyf and 29 S. PALAFOX ST. new auxiliary was .named the ,
ered samples of the best FESTED. that members"are handicapped'unless: PHONE 790. I Mary E.: Berry' byYpermIssionof Mr.
that is made. We have cus '
John Sharpe Williams or Speaker Berry,',wife,of the .commandant at the >
that want the We Underwear
Cannon: issued the.. woroi. J (or theni; you. are
'test and here it, is. advance. navy iard. .-1.lrs." Berry takes great
The first address"made. -by Representative 'IMMENSITY OF THE HEAVENS Interest in the welfare of the sailors i and it will be Wru
n's Wash Suits $1.25 to Specialists a
Child! ', 'W. K J..amar, of the third I Graft. $5.00.Boy'l congressional' In'lils'for and soldiers and their -wives and not
district, canvass '
Suits, $2.00 to $10.00 election to a. third term ,in. the when Mr. -he.Lamar' denounced was loudly the fact applauded of con- A: Peep.v .Into' Space That Dazzle the only consented to have the' auxiliary pleasure to show you our elegant fUa .

national house of representatives, was gra-smeri and. senators accepting Imagination. named for her but sent a E'nerougcontribution'
delivered in PenJsacola'Jast night'The railroad passes, ''Pullman -passesand :If our sun were removed to Ihe to its funds. The new nil line. tOur new athletic '

address washeard 'by a large audience telegraph; franks.! : He. referred to.: a Pleiades- it.would. hardly be visible garrison was inaugurated fcy Commander a*

=-J JI dies.,.in'which'"were": ', a: -gr at'many la-. time when the IPMllman company ) in an'opera) 'glass, with whichnear1y'1Oistars Hammond and tile: other' officers OJ Updershirt is a corker, and only !U
lS .' sent 'him a pass good over all lines
0 () canbe seen in the duster.Sixty of'Lorenzo Loratn Garrison. Al-
Representative Lamar' spoke from and he 'stated .that he had returnedit 25c; Drawers to match. .
tha band stand at Hotel Escambla. with. thanks. )Ir. Lamar stated or seventy Pleiades surpass ready over' twenty. ladies have join. fU

I, was introduced by David. Kugle--that he eld! not de J re'to charge our sun brilliancy, Alcyone being ed and i a very successful and strong
man who presided and who 'referred corruption- agaInst any manr in pub- limes brilliant Electra
; : 1,000 .more will be in existence.'
I COTTRELL, 4d; th '. isti g l8h ( visitor:is,'a'man lit We! ; but: added that .Jie..thought;the, nearly 500 times and llaia -nearly auxiliary The Army and soon Navy' Union gave a i WATSON PARKER & REESE GO ffl

; FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.Pensacola vhose service to the'thifd district had' taking of passes from: corporations 400. "Sirius itself takes a' subordinate very enjoyaible and successful smoker ,
been So satisfactory, and. 'Wh<13e acquaintance -or accepting other courtesies was'intad ,.
., Fla. with| the people 'was so form and did.not show the prog; rank when .compared with the intends at Palmetto giving Beach ball last at' the weekand! same m Successors to Green & Watson.

_. clo=e that he really needed no introduction e? propriety, especially when legislation five most brilliant members ,of.a a .
WEDDING PRESENTS to a.Pensacola audIen affecting: -such interests might group, the- real' magnificence of place. early Barrancas, next month.Notes. 33 and 35 South Palafox Street. fUm
Received With ; < He stated that ,the matter
Cheers./ come up.
Sterling Silverware which' we can thus in 'some degree The Barrancas Literary and Debating -
CutGlats and
As Mr. Lamar arose be"wa's greeted Lad gone so far that, in Washington; iiBe2aaaaaee aaa a22a2aa!
W. A. Gahlenbeck, 218 Palafox, St by cheers. Ha spoke first of local if, a daughter or wife"of a senator" apprehend. If we seek to know Society is making great progress.Its .
affairs and of the interest he felt in congressman entered a millinery the dimensions, not of the individual. weekly meetings are'always crowd. o -

TURTON &, BELL appropriation for' the-Pensacola, Navy dress making shop and was, going"-to stars, ',but 'of the, cluster itself,'we ed and the .membership has reacaed CLOC S i
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. Yard. He regretted that the committee leave town, that the recipients of the are met with many difficulties, but fifty.On Monday" 'last a general enter- A good day Parlor Clock.. ..' ........... ... ...... ... ,... .... ......$5.00
naval affairs tad not IncludedIn for frank and notify
:on orcfer would ask a Parlor Clock, with alarm 53.00
the that it is A good 8-day
on usual
assumption approximately tainment the of.the
Kodik.Suppliei. Finishing.lor Amateurs. its report an appropriation for the the purchasers that the goods" took place contributed 8-day :Mission Clocks; ?2.75 to. .. .. ...... ... ... ... ... ... .. ...$5.00
in debate and members
I I raving dock which Admiral JJndicott! would be shipped to them free jof spherical shape we can many Repairing at reasonable prices.
chief jof the bureau, cost; The speaker state l that if-'a calculate its diameter to be over, to the general harmony,and enjoyment
J. F. 04 VIS at Coe'a Book Store.
of the occasion One of the best
hajJ recommend; He spoke at public official- can not live on the 40,000,000,000 miles, so that light ;
Watchmaker Manufacturing Jtwelcr. and GradaaU length' of his tireless efforts to have salary received in congress or In-th-c hits was made by Corporal Lange, : '
Optician.30 S. Palates Street, Pensacolt. Fla. this item included "in the bill. The senate that he should retire. '. would.take seven years to pass from 20th.Company. ,: who wrote ani sang ,al: H 'I"

secretary-of the navy however, had Senator .Enb LaFollette, of .Wis one extreme to the other. 'If we parody on. 'Ndbody. Works But Father DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, j
",ecommended two other points, one on consin was paid a high tribute by the think of the dimensions our solar ," entitled, "Everybody :-Drills but
Tersely Told Chesapeake Bay and .the''other on tongressman. Mr. Lamar referred;: system by themselves relation Russell" Lieutenant Wilson sang a CLOCKS, / PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSE I

Puget Sound, ahead of .Pensacola and to !Senator LaFbllette as a brainy to terrestrial matters they capitol coon song, Private. Grisnold of STERLING SILVERWARE *'
JLh f committee had followed the 'secre man, a couragous man and one of.the. appear the 8th JBand,contributed a very clever &* ,
J. W. Jones and wife are among the tary's recommendation. Regarding the best informed men on rate regulation : stupendously enormous. buck- and,'wing dance and several ART, POTTERY OPTICAL GOODS
visitors,"in the city. cemetery road, be said he thought it .,in the country. Neptune, the most distant known other members sang read and recit i

Charles W.: 'Sims and Arlie Lucas would be possible to" get the government Congressman 'Lamar closed ':Jds member, has an orbit over 5,000- ed.The CUT GLASSWARE.
to build the'road the milltary' across-a' susbject for next week's debateis
leave today, at noon tor Attica, Ind. over speech thanking those present 000,000 miles distance
reservation, but he doubted! if it their interest and attention and paida that a of light would travel in : "Resolved that Morality is DeclinIng T*
J. B.: Guttman, Jr., will leave: for mould 'be possible .to ," to 'folloWed 7 ,
ever get government tribute to, the. women who had be on May by a 1*
and half.hours-b the
a short business visit to Milton to ; aid for building the road ,-from honored him with their presence:_.-, seven a so- debate on the subject "That the Pen Engraving and Fine Stationery. I
day. I the reservation to Pensacola. lar system is to the Pleiades but, as is Mightier than the Sword."

The smack ([Dixie of the fleet of Rate ''Regulation. ... ..'.. Music Was Good. a Lilliputian to a Brobdingnagian: ,

S und T'A'or.a.m1'ed.o:11i.1XJrt: ( : 'with *;!ConiT-eesman'L6mtt.l'next ;taofc""'frtrp .IPrecednr -tlje} + sneaking,, .'WY. rs. is but as a microbe to mountain' : Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attenuutt.a tr
. a catch of SOOO'pounds'of:: mixed flsi.Win. 1 he"foremost 'question' in national 'inf=- Band half an'entertaiE hour with drae several,'gathering-"excellent( for a sphere! ibe size'of tie solar DEATHS, and 0 FUNERALS.Joseph *

Blumer, formerly of Pensaccla : jjortance, railroad'rate regulation. The musical selections. system would, if itfPl'e spherical *
but now of Milton, is in the city speaker declared himself a strong &d: Goes to Milton To-day. and its diameter that of the'orbit of tit

shaking hands 'with his nurue,"'jusJriends. vocate proper (power of 'rate conferred r orm' on and the to'inter-have;': Congressman Lamar leaves this Neptune, l>e relatively so minute Joseph Edward; E.Pfeiffer Pfeiffer.the Infant i E. O. Zadek Jewelry Co. i
where he 'Will
for Milton
morning that it could be contained than
State Commerce Commission. During more, of and :Mrs. Ed Pfeiffer MOBILE ALA.
make an address.- tojtfay, and tomorrow son Mr. was t ;:
' There will be a meeting of ChristChurch the course of ,his remarks Mr. 400,000,000,000 times in1a sphere buried afternoon at 4
., he will speak in DePuniak. \ yesterday iw'-#"#** ****##*#***
Guild it 5 o'clock' this afternoon Lamar took occasion: to criticise. the Anonymous Circular. the size of the Pleiades. "In other o'clock at St. Michael cemetery. Rev.

in the,vestry room of thf church.A. Davey Bill which was' known as the I I After the speaking Congressman words, the limits of the Pleiades Rinehardt, of the German Lutheran
democratic rats regulation (bill. He L C. SMITH & BROS.
W. Ramey, wife and son and' Mrs, told of how he attended 'the' caucusof ''Lamar stated that he had intended c uld ontain 150 solar systems as church conducted the funeral ser

H. L. Glover, of Century, are in the I the democratic party and protested to refer to an anonymous circular. many times over as there are miles vices.
which is being circulated through: I. R. Wilson. VISIBLE TYPEWRITERS
against the adoption of such a between and the
Neptune sun.
city.M. the county. He stated that he will I. R. Wilson found Jead in bed "
measure as the Davey Bill. Finally was t "Writing in Sight.
R. Gilreath, representing the ether reply through the press or 'by It must not be forgotten that, although -
Atlanta Journal, was in the city yes, five amendments were made which toa letter to his constituents. I II II .there are 2,300 stars in the at his place of business, 21 West Gov- Once see and use the Machine, you will have no other. Order i
'I ernment street, at 6:45 o'clock
terday. He leaves this morning for great extent helped the cause of the yes- booklet explaining It.
bill I I cluster, yet 'with such dimensions terday morning. His remains will be '
points, east.
.Mr. Lamar covered every phase Uf for the entire group vast distances interred at St. John cemetery at 3 L S. BROWN, Pensacola, Fla.
You never wasted minute in reading the rate question In his argument I!I i A swell line of Ladits' Ox : must separate the stars from one a*, o'clock this afternoon. One daughter, -
the want'ads.., and you never invested Mrs. E. L. Doan is left to his
which a.ppeared to be 'convincing to fords received mourn
just other. In fact 2,300 spheres each
a minute more wisely than in his hearers. He scored a strong point loss. Death was due to heart trouble.
such employment.The i?hen he denounced; favoritism shown I I Wm1 Johnson & Son ,with a diameter of 3,000,000,000miles Want to Quit the Barber Habit?
could be contained in the limits
tug :Monarch is making the' by railroads in giving rebates. He ,
daily run between the city and Fort stated'' that in some '-instan es the'' TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1328' assigned to the group, and, assuming SUN STROKE. It's easy enough to do. A Gillette safety Razor will save lots

Barrancas, 'owing to the fact that the I: Standard Oil Company had 'not only!1 l equal distribution of the of time waiting for"next" besides 15 cents two or three timesa
. regular quartermaster's' boat. Foe is, secured rebates, but demanded: that SOUTHERN! EXPRESS' COMPANY stars in the group, each would beat_ Does Not Come If One's Nervous System week. Complete with 10 blades: handsomely silver platedfor
certain percentages of the rates secured is Well \Fed. .
on target range.C. DONATES ANiD SHIPS FREE '5.00. .
by the railroads from ioiepen-!I the center of a sphere 3,000,000,000 $

C. Packard publisher of The, dent oil companies be given the gl;I wiles across, and therefore a light I must, tell you how food changedmy Cc Q1.stQre.
"North and South," is in tha r.Uy for gantic trust. LocaLManager E. W. Fowler, of the journey of 187 days from its near- condition. "Seven years ago I 213 South Palafox Street Pentacoia
the purpose of getting out a West, The Hearst Bill. Southern: Express ,'yesterday -' Phone 235.
Florida issue 'of the Mrs. est neighbor.Where. had a sun stroke and was confined to -' __,__,_, ; ._____ ___- --'-.'
paper.: ,In the course'of his. address Mr. received, information that the company ----
Maud Wood Henry who is also engaged -Lamar, stated that.the rate question through president.r .' Mr. J; Fat Is. B auty. -- -. bed 19 m nths.
on the paper, is here f> assist in is no partisan measure.. He paid O'Brien, had contributed "?5000.00 to I was in bad condition to reslt'T7ieshock
the work. glowing tributes to' Villiam! R. Hearst the San Francisco relief fund. In addition l Of the elevating influence of women at the time, as, my'nervous system LAUNDRY

Hi M. Swasey, of Darsey, Clay, end William J. Bryan." The former he to this, the company is transporting in the'American sense .Morocco had been poisoned from chronic NEW METHOD
burn county Arkansas is in the city, stated introduced a rate 'bill, whch both money 'and goods for tl knows nothing, according to Budg- constipation. My nerves were shattered i ,

for a, few. days 'and is spendin'hstime covered ,every salient' feature recom. the earthquake .suffers free when received ett :Sleakin, author of "Life In Mo by the stroke,' kidney trouble I, E.-W. LAWRENCE, Prop. No.8 WEST .ROMAN ST.
looking over cambii county: mended toy- the Industrial Commissionand from the properly constitutedauthorities. : rocco.; :' There they are. in fact, so followed, and my,stomach became so PHONE 1186 -
inlinewith' recommendations of weak that everything.! ate, part'.cularly -: ... .
lands. 'With the.object, if he finds suit'the InterStateCommerce Commission many goods and chattels. That a everything containing starch, '
able locations, of brJnglng a largenum'ber i .thould be fat and comely is -'- '
woman ;
for the equalization of railroad TRY SC'S' O'S CREAM. PHONE 1326. seemed to turn at once to gas in my
of farmers here. from the: rates. The Hearst bill he-stated was a' the highest'thought a Moor has on stomach, causing 'palpitation of the

north.the real;Mr estate, Swasey business was in formerly SanFran in, Introduced in congress eight month Horse and Buggy Stolen. t- the position of women. If a girl is heart and, sinking' spells from pres. .' -.,-- .- _
before President Roosevelt sent his sure on that organ. :
cisco and had an office on :Market. The horse and buggy of John G. to be'married and is thought to be '
famous message to congress: -urging My head was packed! : in rubber ice-
street in the heart of the earthquake I WAUH wa stolon last night.; Mr. too thin, she is put through a course :
rate legislation and one year, before bags constantly for five months to reduce -
district.' Mr. Swasey; spent yesterday the Esch-Townsend till ,was framed." Welsh and daughter had gone to,I of "stuffing," ju t as if she were a the temperature which some- TI : 'I
afternoon at the Southern States Co's, The igqualization"of freight rtites trtuis to 'attend a speaking; at that J turkey meant for the Christmas t'mes ran as high 'as 108. The doctors ,,

farm near Muscogee. with equal privileges all and;spe ., place. While there, the horse,which market. "This consists of swallowing frankly told my peopje' they could ;
ial .privileges -to none,; MK Lamar had been ;tled to a tree, was quietly I I do nothing for me. to'''be prepared for
each full meal few small
Why Bue! R'btbon Lemon and Vanilla -. stated: is the most potent question in taken away and was not missed until a my death at any moment.
,are growing' more popular every rational affairs to-dar.. Congressman Mr. Welsh and daughter were ready i uusage shaped boluses of flour, honey "While in this condition, helpless 0-

day. Absolutely pure, goes twice:as Lamar' stated that he believed' that to drive home. t and butter, flavored with aniseed and hopeless, a friend one day called ,,
far as other kinds and 'the flavor is the Hearst Bill will some day be or something similar. A few my attention to an advertisement of
Perfection. adopted as it is tha best bill before TRY BOSS 'S. CREAM. PHONE 1326. months of this treatment give a Grape-Nuts food, which he had foundin A DASHING AUTOMOBILE STORYMotorCar ,

h marvelous rotundity to the figure a magazine, and advised me to try
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it. I did so, and the effect was:! salutary l'A
.. __ ._ thus| greatly increasing her charms
from the' beginning. I.found thatI
J Jt: .... ,:;tJ ;;t u.un-rn.nnmn; ; to.the native "
I eye. could digest' Grape-Nuts and cream .

::1 You Can Buy a Piano For$10 I ..oo- I'I Most Appropriate. without encouraging very distress first that week,'arid I persisted I my,used improvementthe it, steadily was'so Divorce;

J:. A student at one of the theological
; growing better, till at last I was en- By LOUISE CLOSSER HALEREEZYanddeEdous1yhumorousmotor.carrcmancetie

;i and be cheated, or you can pay $5OO..QO and. get a big bargain-depends iF I colleges had written a sermon tirely recovered-nerves, heart,stom- A !
. .with much care and passed to the ach, all resumed ther; normal tone, "
*I on the piano. We sell some "bargain" of course, in other pianos that j I professor for criticism. After two the poison symptoms entirely ,disappeared /-\ fact that the hero and heroine are man and wife makes it

, we take in trade, but I weeks he called on the professor and and I gained 35 Ibs.' This no less a romance. -
'*J rij stated, that' he left his manuscriptwith was more than 5 years ago. I was Mrs.Ward,a believer in the theory of the ten-year marriage
f l him and had called!for it and soon enabled!( to take up: my regular contracts advanced by George Meredith, goes with her indulgent
; There. Isn't a Better Piano Bargain 'would be duties. I need not say that I.continueto husband on an automobile' tour through France and Italy for the
glad"of any suggestion'from to eat Grape-Nuts .food, and that,It is "
. than the pianos we sell even at' a hundred dollars in advance 'of our him. It was returned without'I an important part of each meal to all purpose of securing a divorce on the grounds of incompatibility
: i criticism The I| of us. It hag made 'of my eleven year of temper;which,in reality,do not exist. It tales another woman
:J price. Kranich & Bach, Packard. Lester, Clutter and Cassell pianos are G:-i any student, well pleased'/suggestions.; with his own old son, who before' was a nervous several accidents and the automobile! to bring Mrs. Ward to her

i sweet toned, responsive actidned, well made, ,throughout, and will give ,gfa J production, was intent on having healthy sickly child a boy, as as rosy you,would robust care ana to proper senses.

to the op'inion,of his teacher and called relieved other children With 36 lUoitntionirlO of which are in Color, by Walter Halo r
satisfactory service for a lifetime. Eay to buy: Easy pay.Glutted see, and has my 12mo, Cloth $1.50 '
1 again and, the sermon from stom.Chan bowel trou-
It :-asked what hymns would be 'bles, from which they formerly suf- ffyour 6o tseUer awe it,the publisher t Kill tend. tie toot,poUtftfatf/ t
pom receift oflru.
Old.stand Largest' Palafox S fered." Name given by Postum. Co.. 0
in connection with it.
Music House Phone1S appropriate DODD MEAD & COMPANY
Music House In i j Battle Creek Mich. I
} Florida PENSACOLAt I The'professor replied, "The most There's a reason. Read the little Publishers 372 Fifth Avenue New York f

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A SHORT STORY L -., '. -" .-- ,' ,' Legal Advertisements
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4I !lnJt: ItJtift ola 'Somal His! (Reappearance; I: Shirts Launderedto GET OUR PRICES- ON LUMBERand In re estate oi N Lizzie TICE.W. Frater, de.

,, .., . ceased. Notice Is hereby
> i in given
: Two Amerieau ,yeomen, more Builders' Material' that
liisfa igricuirurists Fit. on the 3d day of September
i-hia among
qulrln| face make addition or repairs A. D
If intend building a new house, or an
:? WEEKLY; ot any btner..region,, had been, to an old one you should by all means get our prices- 1906, I will, present final returns or.

fl : PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT M NbAYiipt neighbors from childhood upward. (We launder Shirts to fit the they will mean a positive saving to ybiL We furnish rough my accounts as administrator of 014

;' Peter Prince_ haij r mai 1ed' unmar- .body,as the niakerintended. No ahd dressed lumber .In any quantities, turned work, scrollwork estate td the Honorable Henry Bel

; :. ._B Y..> ried. John Horner' bad takeji a wife. i stretching out of shape. Our window and door 'frames window and starching and ironing machinery and
builders hardware. Also brick, lime hair
ijornef s addressed, paints and all county Florida, and ask for .
> r THE JOURNAL One evening fhf 'is especially" designed a $.$
COMPANYrflr his friend.: tot. ut Star domestic finish, cement.Blunders. charge from the administration of
tm'1 --" ," said estate. A. M. McMillan
Peter, though you iriocS at ghosts tfle'only-proper finish for shirts Mill Company Admin.

I : L and the notion of.the-spirits,of the deceased -, collars" and cuffs, and one that Istrator. 27feboam5m
President M
And General I .nijer. ,
returning to visit the friends lasts well even in hot weather ., Phone,"717.. .. 21 Cast 'Garden. .Street.'
they have l left behind and the scenes thai
on the 1st day of June, A. D.
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.Rnh'fw1rJ.iJ iwhich were dealt?;them wnen'ia the The Star Steam plication will be made by ,Benjamn 1906 ap.

flesh I hare never beard from you or
-- Dotson, L H. Aiken Bryan
f:; any other persoti an.irganiiht which Laundry. and H. Baars, to the, Governor Dunvodj of ia'e

;il! SUBSCRIPTION RATES. onvinced rae of. the impo ibil1ty. of Political AnnouncementsRATES. State of Florida, for a charter (nor.,

} One Year........... $500' One Monti.... .. ....,... 45 such visits or even of 'the improbability 17 Strain si Phone 114. _._ _. . porating them under the style of Do;.
t.H-f.: Sir 3 50 One '*&.; ..:._.... .... 10 of the souls
". ; 4j Three Yon s..I.... 1 25 Weekly Edition, per year.: .$! OC permitted to ..hover: about places and u- __-.------ Peace for District No. 2, subject to which application has been filed as

.X", L ') ru lfJlJ lJ1Ju1jflrjLnruujtruu- ,_rr ,r UtL flJtrt rkrJJVU ____tLfl.J-J -- persons' deservedly/jiear, < to'them and Tie rates fot politiCal announcements the action of the Democratic Primary required by law, a copy of which is
of appearing and giving a .salutary not exceeding 8 lines* to run May 15th. as follows:
t: f' ::4 The Only: Pensacola Newspaper From. Witch a Detailed warning, either by signs or words, of till the' primary of May 15, are' as follows J. D. GOSS. We, BENJAMIN WXISON, BRYAN

C. Circulation Statement Carl Be Secantl. approaching' death.'and the necessityof Teiley'sTetley'sTcaJstoo. : DU'NWODY, L H. :AIKEN and ftBAIARIS
-. ,4,. due pr par tJ&n." The, Daily Journal".i ii .. .>.. .$10.00 I am a candidate for 'Justice! of the do hereby make ap.
-- -nxJ-Iruuvr--uAjnJjtnnjru-rn.n.r-,4 -u- r The ... .. 5.00 Peace in the Democratic primary to
Prince and after Weekly H plication for letters patent incorporating .
t. ; _ i Peter laughed,
I ot fall Tea Thesg rates are strictly cash In ad- be held May 15th, 19D6 District! NQ. us and our associates
I Offices, 108 an d,11oE t Papers on Sale on Trains knocking the ashes ost pipe m
; be 2. Escambia County Florida. Any
I i thus addressed his friend: vance and ho announcement will accordance with the laws of the State
Government. Ph n. 38. and at all News Stands.fPONSACOIJA inserted or run under any>other con assistance will be apreciated from ot Florida, under the following char.
1'Gi, me the tJAacca John' I never
'.j.; : w 1--_ 11 ---L-- __._- _. said" it was not'so, I only say I cannot dit1 ns. the Democratic GEO. J. SLOCTJMB.S ter:
( .17fi'iJ 1. The of the
name corporation is
comprehend bow it can be. Give -- -
to be in'th
{; FLORIDA. TT11DAY MORNING. APRIL 27. 1906rs me a coal of flre. Lcaiaiof reach:the spoiled For the State Sen te. =- DOITSON & caMP 1.'lY, and its principal -
For ,
: r' County place of business is the Ctiy ot
making ____
'r troubles you"-and then take the candlc a.t- the Pensacola Escambia County State
I 'There may aiHI: certiiftly do exist a John S. Beard, a for I will be a candidate In the democratic of
: Graceful Welcome sting out. of it with ad. nomination to the State Senate in the Florida.
I a want primary of May 15 for re-noml-
limited ,,:
great things Follow %
many beyond our
the cUrec* Democratic primary called to be held nation to the office of county treasurer. 2. The general nature of the business .
&* ; to a Competitor i '' your best foot forward" in a comprehension," said John handingthe May 16th, together with other speakers The support of all democrats will to be transacted by the said corporation

t i':. ti The advent of an energetic competitor want ad. and the next step will be tongs. "When one or other of us tions* will address the people of Es- be appreciated is the carrying on, at Pen a

1 I- ; in any line of business. is easy. has left this world perhaps the privi- cambia, county upon the political Issues J. ED. WILLIAMS." cola and elsewhere in the State ot

viewed with'anything but lege may be gr nted. Horner paused. of the dayat the following Florida of the business of machine
.r generally "What do you mean?** asked Prince. times 'and places shops foundries, boiler making
"In prosperity for change : I hereby announce myself a candidate buy.
1 prepare a
; !i. pleaure by those who have occupiedthe "t am thinking," ,MId Sorter very PICNIC AND DANCE: Molino, Friday night, April 20. for the office of County Treasurer ing and selling goods, wares and merchandise -
{ f field previous thereto, and this adversity hope for one. In deliberately, ''. as one of'us will TUESDAY MAY 1st .' : Bluff Springs, Saturday, day time, subject to the action of the Democratic of every kind and description -

;'MI? \ ; is true of, journalism as well as other either case-advertising will make It a probably be removed before the other April 1.Muscogee* Primary. whatsoever and to own and operate

:,. $i! tranches ot' human endeavor. It is change for the. better. and have the knowledge I so thirst aft ELECTRIC PARK Monday night, April 23. '. F. WRIGHTON. mills, boats, barges and other res.

: .f.r rartlcularly pleasing, therefore to er givento hinvhe might be peraittei GIVEN BY j Brent's, Thursday flight April 26. sels, and to do all other acts and

i; Yh\ mote the gracious welcome extended Sometimes "the price of peace" Is to return and impart it to his friend." ftATHBONE SISTER I Myrtle Grove- Friday nfght April I hereby announce myself a candidate things usual or customary or convenient

the the rate charged for want 27. for the office of County Treasurer for the successful operation ot
L i> to The Georgian, tha Ailaata newspaper same as "ffery well John Homer, said Peter,
Ferry Piss, Saturday day time May business.
advertising. laughing. "i.ftov&e: that if I to firstI of Escambia county, subject to the such
; ii4. just started by CoL John Temple .- will come a &tell.ou aU' OOut It If Peahut Hunt,< Baby Show! 6th.MHMew action iof the Democratic primary ot 3. The amount of capital stock ]is

4ii Graves, by its competitor in the From this_ distance' it .looks as I can and,Jofin, yotr mast promise the AND PLENTY Thursday night May 3. May. 15,- and respectfully solicit the Four Thousand Dollars $((4000.00))
field. The Atlanta Journ..1. though the Douma would be unable 16 neighborly'oflcfd in regard to me CHILDREN.OF SPORTS, FORTH McDavId, Friday night May 4.Nix's support of all vot rs.- be divided into forty (40) shares of

caption "W 1COrnI The Precinct Tuesday night, May JOHN G. WELSH. the par value of One Hundred Dollars ]
Jm'afternoon I do the Utile Father ut'of anything. If It is your first turn.H"I DANCING FItOM 5 TO 12. 8th. (J100.00) each, all of which is to

; the Journal publishes the do!!* sllid'B tneor solemnly.. SPO.FtT8 BEGIN At 2 P. M. Bdulah, Thursday night May 10. be paid for immediately upon the organization t; following: Wonder --what, President Roosevelt Here we drop the colloquy and proceed BASE BALL GAMEBetween P n'ia! (Seville Square) Friday For County Tax Assessor. of the corporation in per-

To-day a new afternoon news- will find .to-send' a message. to congress to the denouement'of our story Bight May 11. sOnal 'property, at a valuation to be

jpapor, the 'Atlanta Georgian, makes oUt' d t? with as much brevity as'posgible, being Local' and barrancas Teamsat I Pine Barren n, Saturday night, May twill' be a candidate for re-nomina fiied as required by law.

I.tplt its' apeAt'&IlC before-ther (people of convinced that brevity Is the soul of a 3:30: p. m. 12. lion to the office of C mnty Tax Assessor 4. The term for which the said corporation -

: ttls city and state. Its advent, its well of wit in the Democratic Primary of May
: i"HH story as as Beginning at 2 o'clock, there will be Shan exist is the period of
1st: 1 aims and) its ambitions have beanfcefaided" j Peter died in the presence 'of his a half hour schedule. Late dummy 'For the Legislature.I 15. I respectfully ask your supportW. ninety-nine ((99) years.
"; In its advertisements and -$0 ISTHMUS PANAMA friend if not to"his arriis.'and'with his both ways. W. RICHARDS. 5. The business of the corpora

ij 1-: we Join in the general eipectanc/ AND EARTHQUAKES! 1 characteristic h4f.di.6ood almost with Prize for the most Popular Candi hereby announce myself a candidate tion is to be conducted by a President ;
Jr first
\ ,.j- pending its afppearance. 'fj. his l last breath after date. a Vice President and Secre
believes it the recommending for representative in the lower For County Commissioner Diet. No. 1. a
The Journal
.iS--ttt. .i. !! afternoon flald in this territory Birmingham Age-Herald < his sister to It rner' 'eare.' remindedhim house of the state legislature subject I tary and Treasurer, and a Board of
newspaper I hereby announce candidacy
t my four ((4) (Directors, be elected
of to
welcomes the engagement they had entered to the action of the Democratic
th11 but it warmly a
for County Commissioner from District
'itHHi Ha f$
the regular annual
meetings of the
Et" ccmpetitor of the character advertised into concluding: primary, of May 15. .
OPERA HOUSE No. 1, subject to the action! of. corporation to be held the first
$ alIt Is first and I M. O BAOOETT. on
W? as.. The Georgian's.'the ., my | '
t Secretary. Taft tells congress it must the primay of May ISth.. Tuesday after the first iu
I' j 'J'' designed here ,
new paper is said to ba solemnly renew my promise. nrtt r ru- .
i4i3 in the interests of the peopleof decide soon whether the big ditch is The death ot hH.friend Wai a heavy :I'. am a candidate for representative J. B. ROBERTS. July of each year. Until the first

.j" l this state and section, and from Iffbe 'a 'l ck'or a sea-level affair, blow to Horner. He became melan- MAY 2nd, 1906 In the rowet. house of the state The friends.of (I. F.. Zeek announce election, the officers who are to conduct -
the business of the
a the knowledge wa have of its owni and he says that if congress' does not: choly. His thoughts dwelt.upon! a future legislature, subject to the action of him as a candidate for' unty commissioner corporation
shall be Dotson
Benjamin President
i! ers and proprietors we are prepared soon rise to its duty in this matter,! state more than ever} He feared Three ,Act, Come'dyJUST the Democratic primary of May 15, from District 'No. 1, subjectto L Aiken ,
I .; to believe the reports. In ib an- hewill stop- ail work at Panama. I I that he and his friend had been:wrongin and.J- will appreciate the support of thef action of the Democratic primary H.. Vice President and Bryan -
"_. nouncemgnts we' are told, that it wh FOR FUN all Dunwody, Secretary and Treasurer -
i fre opposed to the encroachments of.L1I The truth is. Congress hesitates iestit entering upon men a contract He defnocra.ts.J.. E. LONG. ,of May 15. which three persons together with

i tne corporations upon the public makes a 'mistake. The engineers looked to see a-spiritualvisitor or to By Local Talent H. Baars shall constitute the Board of

"; ,.:L ';, and private rights of the citizen. d1sagree.nd when engineer disagree hear from the,world whose.secrets he Under thejlusplces of the Junior Guild am-a'candidate for For County Commissioner Dist No. 2. Directors.
'I. member ottoslowerhouse
i!' !Tor this reason, particularly, we laymen may well hesitate. All would had so daringly asked 10>have dIsplayed of Christ Choch. Tickets on sale April. the I hereby announce my candidacy Tor, 6. The highest amount of Indebtedness
in state
I iw'":$ :welcome tha -new publication, for we like to see a sea-level waterway at to him. 11e'teared ow'whathe 30th, at Coe's Book Store, where seats Escamibla in legislaturefrom' rele tion to ,the office:of county commissioner or 'U bmty to which tha corpOration -
county the Democratic
i 1,4 feel that there are few enough newspapers Panama but it would cost more money had so earnestly-wIshed. Solitude can he reserved. from District N<. 2, subject] can at any time subject itself is
of 15
i ," : in this territory whose columns and consume more time. Those who became irksome to him, and he. dread. ,primary the support May of all, and Democrats.will appreciate to the action of the !Democratic' pri-. Twenty Thousand Dollars ($20,000.00 I

.I I'; are free from corporate con want quick results desire a lock ca- ed sleep, expecting that,in the night CHAS. M. COSTON. mary. 7. The names and residences of the

; trol,. anidJ therefore the advent of an- when spirits wander until the cock _W. J. SENNOTT. subscribers, and the amount of stock

f'f" cth r whose influences will be natBut a new factor was brought into crowing calls them to the prison house, VVC cAll : subscribed for by each are, as follows;

t t: thrown to the people as against the the case by the San Francisco disas the ghost of his friend would announce I, hereby announce myself as acandidate I hereby anhounct my candidacy Benjamin Dotson, Pensacola, Florida -
l corporations deserves a. hearty wel for the lower house of the for county commissioner from 37 shares.I. .
cI ,*k ter., Earthquakes are common along the fatal secret of his' cOndition and kinds that you want District -
ii." W come. our Pacific front, and the shocks at him to John fell Florida;leg1slatute, subject to the action I No. 2, subject to the action of H. Aton Pensacola, Florida, 1
summon partIcipated
!t As to the men who 'Will make TheO San', Francisco simply deepen the :of tie Democratic primary on I the primary of May 15th. share.

: 1j: Georgian. we can say nothing but dread of them on the< entire west sick and disclosed to his'wife the com OAK AND PINE May'15th. GEO. T. MORGAN. JOHN A. MERRITT. (Bryan Dunwody, !IPensaoola Florida,

: :., words of praise. Mr. F. L. Saeley coast. There are no more at Panama pact he bad entered into with'Peter.. I 1 share.H. .

: ;. the 'Publisher comes to Atlanta than elsewhere but Panama I is' by no Now, Mrs. Horner/was a.-wofflan lit- I iBaars, fFensacola IFIorida, 1
Q.if:' recommended aa an enterprising meats without,the earthquake belt! tle given to speculations"of*any kind. cheaoar' thin you can Uuy a candidate ror member of the i For County Commissioner Dist. No.3. share.

.)"I' business man and one who will make A canal with a minimum of mason She attended totter, duties, worked It anywhere. Any size 'Ol; House of Representatives from Es: 1 hereby announce my candidacy (Signed) B. DOTSON,

y ,c4>: a valuable addition! to the city's com- ry" would earthquake shocks be far hard, scolded sometimes harder; went want. cambia county, subject to the Democratic for county commissioner from District (Signed) I. !H. lAIksn

.\ 'J. snercial and social circlas. The people safer thai One full of it, and I a lock to church fearurly! .i :, ;iA of Georgia already know the the -ec pbrt &f tie voters cf tha count Desocratis (signed) H. BA'ARS.Personally .
.) cab'af{ means ft Vat amount of ma- lety respctiaf ftnetbeyst&idbt 'U= i E.: G. Si WELL ,priiaary. Usy 15.
i: :'(: fcigh character, vfrk tlsm and ability -- soiiry. A ftea-lctel canal riigit net She lached 4t Jokn. and, it Is iai,L .. JERRY J. SULLIVAN, JR.T -i-. C Bj/XJNT, JR., before the csdersisssi

f' of Colonel John Temple Graves, called him and'hi Mend Pet speared Benjamin Dotson, !. H.
prove tobe A rtbquak-pr o!, but its a couple Phone 614.
-\ th4 editor, and it 'WUUld be useless Democratic' Voters of Escam t hereby announce Aiken, Bryan Dunwody and It iBaars.
chances 61 escape from hnn in such of old biockheadsfornaking: such candidacy for
$t 3 on our tpart to st&te more than the an emergency would tar outrun those a dangerous agreement Ve, shall see bia County: re-election to.the office of county com known to me to be th.3 inuividua.-

.t :I.- fact that we congratulate him on his of a lock canal. A lock in a ship canal whether she or her'husband was right At'the 'teuest of many friends I missioner'from District No. 3, subject described and acknowledged the forgoing -
jtt' reappearance in journalism under The Journal Printed to the action to be their Signatures, and that
means a vast amount of masonry Horner's illness made it.necessary to from the country and from the city I of the Democratic Primary .
:": ". such favorable auspices. .of 15. the foregoing is their act and ded
hereby; candidacy for May
announce ;
and some steel construction and whatan my
business seek his bed long before.the household
The editorial and me.7't1t
rt l During March 1906 Representative in the legislature at M. for the uses and purposes therein
do lock ABj
chanical: departments of the nsw earthquake would' t! a can cares of his helpmate'perinifted her to --3._ stated.
the session 1907 -
subject to the action
i ;. paper, we are told, all partake of the readily, be imagined think of rest. Suddenly he:,heard his IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have
And a' destructive : 6f.the-Democratic primary, May 15th, I:
yet earthquakemay a Total of hereby announce
Jiigh character of these two leading my candidacy
name pronounced.solemnl and thrice hereunto set hand and affixed my
1906 I solicit the
: : : spirits, antf we can wis& Ti Georgian never be felt at Panama. One "John Horner" was'repeated.. The'curtains ,'Of and the earnestly Democracy of Escambia support for County Commission from DIstrict official seal, this 25th day of April A.
4.ft no fairfef fortune than that has not shaken ut> the isthmus in a subject to the action of
drawn aside and D. 1906.
were there
i : ''which will come to it if each department long course of years, and the fears county i the Democratic Primary of May 15. E. -K. ;BUItGOYNNotary's ,
continues to maintain this f !lsed by the San Ifranclsco convulsion stood Peter in flowing robes, unlike 15,8,750COPIES I..favor liberal pensions for ConfeVerate W. A. SHELBY. Pub:*.
; character and efflc1enc may be groundless. The earth his former guise' ahd much changed i soldiers and their widows. I ( Seal) Notary 17.
however even la countenance,< but still it was Uniform school terms, giving the For; 1fy Commmi sion erpires October
:t1:1: The Georgian has. Thfe Journals quake Is, to be reckoned with County Commlgsloner Dist No. 4.
: best wishes ,tot a long and useful all alonig the Pacific coast and Congress Peter Prince.. Horner,gazed upon hIS 4 country public schools the same. 1908. .
1.,1 career in this state and eet1on..t will doubtless consider it whenit former friend and tried to ask for the length term as the city schools. Ihereby announce myself a candi. 27aproaw4w.FURNI'SHING

." '1 takes -up the canal problem. important communication' .but he could ,A',uniform, school book law, and date for re-election as county com
!. :),; only say: or an Average of free books for the pupils of all public missioner from District No. 4, sub AND LAYING SEW
.J 1. The Czar proposes to open tho first A LOT Letter TOO Tear Old. "Speak! schools. I fEd to the action of 'the Democratic ERS AND 'DRAINS.

d'i Russian Parliament. In view of political While carrying on some excavations He then saw the vision- bend towardthe An efficient law for the equalization! Primary of May 15. Sealed proposals for the construe'

.r 1j"- conditions near the foundations of the! old Churchof of taxes. J. A., WIGGINS. tion of a system of storm-wa!
: .r 2i in Russia he better floor and, rising, pronounce the SP*"
of sanitary
5,879 Good roads drains and system
do it by telephone.l St. Peter Oil top of Montmartre, M. mysterious words: specially. Florida,
.. Yours respectfully, I ers'for. the City of Pensacola
SauT4 well announce myself
itj eot a known French an- "It might ha'ebeen better. It might as a can of Bonn
will M. JACOBY. didate for
t1f .tlquary has discovered lote county commissioner from
a letter
[ have been worse I"- DAILYThe 1J
Trustees the City Hall, up H>
; District No" 4, subject to the
'tt.j Truths which Is TOO old. action of
years was Horner started up In bed, exclaiming the (Democratic o'clock noon of the 1Ftrst day of .iunp.
-"W' by the knight Jean de GIsors to his : "Stay! Tell me, more!" but the For Tax Collector. Primary May 15. A. D. 1906. ''Proposals to be addressed
;J j About Want Ada, lady, Alice de Lisle. In his letter the vision was gone, and be saw his wife following figures show The.Pen- H. C. CLOPTON. to L. Hilton Green. Chairman of

''Some.m n can state ordinary knight declares for all the world to standing, with a bowl In her hand. sacola Journal's circulation for'eachday I hereoy announce myself a candidate the Board of Bond Trustees, endor*'!
never an know that he has the fair during the month of March 1906, for The frienials of W. P. Brownson *
worshiped "As I lire, I 'saw blml" exclaimedthe re-election to the office of "Proposals for Constructing Dramas
fact In ordinary terms. All their Lady Alice with the average number of .copies 'Collector hereby announce him as a' "
from afar, that never bad sick man. Tax for Escambia county, candidate and Sewerage Systems.
geese are swans till you see the she given him any right to declare his "Saw ,'hoT' asked Mrs. Horner. daily: at the' rtmary to bs held On May 15, ; for the office of County Commissioner The work to be done consists nt approximately

birds." By want advertising you can tote but that her Image'has been his "Peter Prince!" March 1, 5,700 March 17, 6,000 I 1906. -I solicit your .vote. i from District No. 4, subject to the 25000 lineal feet of s'orm-
J March 2, 5,800 March 18,- 6,200 action of the. Democratic
MH sell both guiding star for and that Respectfully, I Primary of water drains from 66" to 10" in 11 i am*
geese and swans-tout not years now oil "Nonsense!1" March 3, 5,000 March 19, ;.... i May 15th 1906. 1.
tW ete of battle lie wishes to send hera ter which will comprise Section
"As ,
geese masquerading as swans. plain as I "you. He stood March 4, 6,100 March 20, 5,900 .
I chaste farewell. Apparently the dam where' how Section 2 will consist of approxlu.JtP.Jy ;
just are. March 5 .
you March 21
b. the solicitation of friends I hereby For ca-r
sel County .Commissioner, Dist. No 5. 43 miles of terra cotta am!
} "Every man's task Is his life-pre- never got the letter, for the knight "Well, what did he.-sayr said the March 6, 5,700 March 22, '5,900 announce vayself a candidate for, &

1e ver." A want ad. will get you a tvas"slain the next day upon the battlements dame. March 7, 5,700 March 23, 6,000 the office of Tax Collector subject to. I hereby announce my candidacy for iron diameter.pipe! sewers from for 24"Section to .t' 1

t fill new' and better life-preserver if the and burled in the trench. "lIe called thrice: 'John Horner! March 8, 5,700 March 24, 5$60: the'.action of the Democratic Primary re-election to the office of county com must be accompanied Proposals by a -nfip-i!
whence his bOneS hfeve been exhumed John homer! John Homer! He bow- March 9, 5,700 March 25, 6,200 I 1906. missioner'from District
is*? old one is unsatisfactory."I May'15. No.. 5, subjectto check for the of two thousand
by'tte casual pick l of a EoilernVartiquiry '- ed low and r rising said;;'It might Lave: March 10, 5,700 March 26, _.... NEILS McKENZIE OERTING.For the action of the Democratic Pri- dollars sum and proposaL '.*
-, -Pall Mall Gazette. March 11, 6.1CO Msrch 27, 5 !50 2000.00,
t been batt=. It eight, have been rrary of May 15. o.i.
f \ : :1 heard is not so good as I S.W. wcrte!"* March .12, ... March 23, 5,300 J. B. STEWARD. Section 2 nest be acccnipa: h:
of :
t, 1r' I .,, nor *so 'tis said" asI read. Thus n. Di.e.vlaer' AzilUe D/c "Ha ha, bar! alawt shouted his March 13, 5,700 March 29, 5,950 JUstiCe Peace, District Ne. 2. certified thousand check dollars is the(13,00000)Sacs sea )

i::4 rit tha types advertise us a thousand-fold ,Unknown except to the scientific wife. "I called three times beforeI March 14, 5.750 March 30, 5,950 upona
: yon Board Public Instruction. check so deposited to be drawn
world there liven, in little March 15, 5,750 March 31, 5,900 I hereby announce myself as a
wore widely than "our loving friends. today a could make the t'i ":
r: ;. hge-ln -Middles you open your eyes, and, March 16, 5,800 candidate for the office of Justice of Bank doing business in y
**, England a veteranatant finding that I bad knocked over the I will be candidate for Pensacola Florida and wad (Ii"
the Peace, District No. 2 'subject to a membership ,
: wbose Total for the month. 158,750.Average .,
it1! "Like our shadows, our wishes : discoveries have represented tea I stooped for the bowl and exclaImed the' 'action of the Democratic primary in the Board of Public Instruction able to the Board of Bond Tiu>,'

: i; lengthen as our sun declines." the to commerce more wealth than on seeing that 'it was not per day. .. :,.79 May 15th, and would respect- from District No.. 1, In the primary Specifications and blank forms "f

Through want advertlslng-we may get fortunes of all the Rothschilds broken: It might have been better. It T fully ask the support of the honor- election. proposals can be obtained of <'i'h'f

to a "long wish" as easily as a short one. Rockefellers and Vaftderbllts. lie Is' might have been TrorseF "New York I hereby certify tha.t'the above able vote of the good citizens of Pen-; mL-.E. ANDERSON. L. Hilton Green at Pensacola. *

Dr. W' H Pet-kin, the discoverer of News. statement is correct according to' the sacola and Escambia county. 1- the Consulting Engineer, at Wilmington
aniline drei. He was t when ____ Very respectfully Delaware full sets of plans
&: "Small service Is real service- mere boy records on file In this office. I wUl'be a candidate for membership ; and
suddenly coal tar, a waste became J. L. BELL.I. 'can be obtained the latter's offi'eupOn
while it lasts;" and want advertising product, A Lecton In Pt..Bee. In the Board of Public Instruction at dollar
beneath Lie mari \-Cd a soured Light of the nou8eb the deposit of 'ten
-Papa whatIs
,, from District No. 2. In the .
t1Ji Is real Uverttsn'g'-aDd tot a thousand primary
Innaaustibje wealth. The German them red, white rand blue things hereby announce my candidacy ($10.00), which deposit will bp

"': purposes, ample advertising. snapped ,up, the. discovery.. Today allur mamma found in your .pock U and for'the office of Justice of the Peace election..1L.o.. DeSILVA. upon the return of the PlanS

P* most beautiful dyes, our most ex.qiillIti calls chips! Blushing, pat Mfi. Circulation. ) for the Second District of Escambia in good condition.The .

: 1' If you have some money "tied up" scents, bearly all our best dis.tnfecUnb redeemable \ County, subject to the Democratic right to reject any-and all bWeIs
? money, my son. at .the to be held May 1906. I will-ba a' candidate tor
; in something see if a want ad. will l not saccharin essences oll3nduth6IM'fd bank tn gold, silver or apei. The Sworn to and subscribed before me Primary. L. 15th member reserved., .
system R.
1906. NICHELSEN. ship In the Board,of Public Instruction L. HHjTON GREES.Chalrma.n
this 31st day of March
fli; 'unUetl.ll other dncu are de- dates back
J to f Ton know his PERRY DfCKEtf from District 'No.3, in the primary Board of Bond TrustttT.
a rlt d'from ,
the '
rich mine which Dr. daughter found Moses In the bulrushe.- -'( 'hereby anounce myself a candl- election HATTON.ConsuHins
ij I Clever trcttble trouble till trouble. Perkin discovered. ___ Notary Jubl1c.I CHALKLSY .
o out..r.nll \ date:,for the office of Justice of the W.; M. AGERTON.f En eer.

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/ W write to some othsr friends. Regardsto .
!f Capt Flin i -
! 0 0 "Lots of love to you from as alL.

and EVENTS .YOui'1neere friend; .
i '4EMY -.AJfce M. M. iPratt"

0 0
!Rabbi Samuel Koch has returned

Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go Come and from B'NailBrith.0 -Montgomery Mr. L. B. Hirschman convention the of .

ether delegate will return from a
business trip Saturday evening. Mr. 5 lD ".D.25 trORE:
Tarry & Women and Here
Society, and Elsewhere. ana Mrs.: Lischkoff, and Mr. and Mrs.A. .

ui Greenhuthave also returned. ,
i By e. NELLIE 669. Mr. Aaron Jacobs of Opelousas,

La., who has been spending a few days
i U
._JS-m- pleasantly home. in the city, left yesterdayfor FRIDAY, 9 A. M.
- 0
,BRIDAL PARTY. 7'he Journal's Daily Fashion Feature. It's course is along easy street and Mr./ and: )!-Mrs. 1,. A. Ausley! of Pen .vf
sacola, brother and sister of Dr. 25 Cents
Miss Virgie entertainedthe Its the most satisfactory and profitable ,
Charles M Ausley and Mr. J. C. Aus-
caMetav1d bridal party in line that the buyer can travel on.Get Very Special Worth SI .00.
tie most charming and inform.alIilanner out at number 102 S. Palafox St. ley, his father, arrived yesterday 16 be ,
! the Saxon-Ausley wedding
Wednesday night, and com and come in and see the tempting dio- Miss ..
to-day. Ella Ward Is enjoying -
the bride by having decor- of ladies oxfords 11A.M.
plimented' lay we are a visit from her sister, Miss Ma-
and menu daintly carry out
jlsg ations Maude's favorite combination of for mie Ward of Pfensacola. Miss Wnr.l 21 QUART RETINNED DISH PANS
io the of John G. ,
ihite and pale green which character- $2.00 AND: !! $2.50 daughter Editor
ized all the festivities: in her honor.A --C1I" .- PAIR. Ward, of the Pen sacola Nsws; and is 25 Cents, I
.... iwoman.-TaIIa. 0
delicious two course luncheon of -.,.'..'. .. There are patent In lace Or button, a hassee very charming Capitol. young Worth 69 Cents.
served during
and ets was
salads the evening.iA The table' was l plain leather, dull leather, tans, light 4.Mr. I I
soles all lasts wile Edward Forscheimer father
in smilax and ferns, and and heavy ; new and 3P.M.
decorated silk laces and large eyelets. Mr.. athan G. 'Porscheimer left yes-
roses tied with pale green ribbon -
'white terday to Join Mrs Edward In New HEAVY NICKELPLATED WARE
at each Dlace.
wer.e: -

--4- MEYER SHOE COMPANY, Orleans. Trays with Handles, Coffee and Tea Pots, Cuspidors.

PRETTY MORNING WEDDINGOF Df. and Mrs. B. F. Bruce left yes

MR. W11EY MCOAV1D Feet Furnishers! For Folks, terday' far New Orleans, called away 4P.M.
ANt MISS MAU.DE 'DUNCAN8 0 by the death of :}!rs. Bruce's amrried 0
Smilax, ferns, palms and white 102 S. Palafox Street sister, whose name waa not learned. KRESS ,NEAR CUT LEMONADE

roses tastefully combined gave -a festive I + !
Mr. Howard McDavid of Montgomery SETS
spring like attractiveness to the ,
handsome interior of the First Baptist Tetley'shas one of the groomsmen, and Mr. Six Glasses, One Pitcher and Niekelplated Tray 85 cents
best of Pine
Dudley A. Finley man
church for the wedding ceremony
that united ?fr. Wiley Joel McDavid cL 0 Barren, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Complete,

pnd Miss Maude Willoughby Duncan Wiley McDavid on their honeymoontrip Worth S1.50.
to Atlanta, as far as their respective
in marriage Thursday morning.Rev.
W. T. Tracy of the Christian homes. Speclailinware Day, All Day. .
church read the service and :Mrs. / -
Mr; ana: I1li s. 'Joel McDavid of Me-
W. E. Taylor of Codan, Ala. presided 0 WAT.CH KRE5S
at the organ. I has a hold upon David,. Fla.! sad family are guests 'of WltfDOWS'J
their daughter 'and son-in-law Mr.
The entrance to the strains of the
and.Mrs.. Philip G. Caro, while here
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march from Lohengrin, was very effective. -- == .
the. finer tastes. for the wedding of their son Mr.
Wiley. cDavtd. ,
Mr. James McLean GUlls and M.1s -- .

Virgie Klusmeier entered along opposite It never lets go. .Mrs. W. E. Taylor of Codan, Ala., a
aisles, met and crossed over at who is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. MEllI -1
the altar. Jf.lP S
T. Duncan for the wedding of their :
Mr. Dudley A. Flnley of Pine Barren roused on Monday has not cooled, daughter, leaves to-day for home. .1 "
Miss Katharine Loftin fol !
and .
by i any maar.s."Wt.m -+- .
lowed. the patrol wagon did finally The 0 writer takes pleasure in correcting -
Then, Air. _Howard McDavid, o' eucL':1r.: arrive it had no way to hook and an allusion in yesterday's account Ii- "THE BEST IS WHAT WE SELL.
!Montgomery, -Ma.- and Miss Effle Dun.I swing the stretcher, and thy had to of a weding to "an old colored

can.The $ lay[ the 'spoor man on the floor whici nurse,':Mary Plummer as Mary is not
bridegroom with his best man : '.: have(been the floor of old and she
; f might a common she says never was anurse" :: BROOMS ENOUGHTo
Mr. Eugene L. Reese then reached } ,0 dray, so rough was its jolting," sai.l to any whit child. She is ahighly V 'i
the altar where they met the bride respected colored woman, residing J!
and her maid oS honor Miss Mayme t one."It was an awful thing," said this at 215 North Eeus.Mrs. sweep the whole city spick span and clean. They are light if

Willis Duncan. i. I' conservative witness: -'[a disgrace to 0 0 Brooms medium weight Brooms and heavy Brooms; here are a few 'f
The maids wore white net waists this city to permit a man in that cotcttion M. EL Gebhardt was called to bargains: ':::
over white Bilk with skirts of white .:'. 1; to be taken home to his familyIn Milton 'Wednesday morning by the serious Cable, :Extra Heavy (wire bound).. .. .. .... .. .. .... ......50e

voile, and white hats with a touch of ,ji' a conveyance that bumiped and IllnesS of her mother. Style B. large size (strings). .. ... -.. ... ..... .... ... .35C ':,.
green long white kid gloves, white :' Jarred like' a country wagon, so hard > Little Lady,; extrafancystraw; (4 strin'gs) .. .. .. .. .. ..35c .
pumps, t.nd each carried Easter lillies. 1.. are its tprtngs. I see that money; is Miss Nellie.Sutherland is convalescing Kitchen, good stock (4 strings). .. . ..or _.. ... .. .. ..25c \

The maid of, honor wore a pale .:-; being rent to San Francisco, where afteria'two. months, .. illness. Health Broojas, .extra Fancy... .. . .. ..... .. .. isc 1
green sUk .frock, white pumps, long ,- ', "course It is needed and I would not .,
white gloves, a white hat with a bit '." say' one word against it, but.. do ex1tini e try' Blue" Ribbon Lemonor ROSENAU & GERELDS

of green, and also carried Easter ......- think that charity should begin! at .Vat lI1a.. Satisfaction guaranteedor
11lli e s.. home. And I believe that'lf the ladlesof money"ba k. Ii
Th.e !bride :.wore a swagger eton suit : 0 0 ''SMALL BOY'S SAILOR: -FROCK.A Pensacola will tafce this matter! your. --, Phone 391. The Fancy Grocers, Pensacola.

of white voile trimmed with lace, I : combination of'the.RnssIan blouse j. le in 'front The dress fastening is \3* we wilE ] ave a decent ambulance 1
long white gloves, white leghorn hat and the sailor model-is to be noted in' i in the back beneath one of the box or'just suchcases.?' --- -- -

with a pale green plume. Black pumps pleats, which does away with the ne- :.Jteweve ,"'ttis 'Writer does not toJieve Win. Johnson Son
the eprltg suits small boys
gave the touch of utility'required new for ce.ssity of a separate sMeld 1 The ihat ,thU'"I4 a matter of mere "
lor: traveling and it -was -agreed 'that who have not as yet _reached the age broad sailor collar of the green'linen, charily,nor that it is necessary for the Tetleys1 Teas served free (in a4.................44......,.......................... .:

she never looked lovelier. Ii I of Knickerbockers and'blouses. Thematerial strapped with bands of the white, is women of Pensacola to take it 'ip. '
During the ceremony .the organ' used Jn"this' instance is a buttoned to the dress, white cotton Sut that It is a matter of comm-m anntx) by an expert.
murmured 'Mbrrlsonte! "Meditations,"I white 'butcher's linen. There is a cords and tassels tie in a lover's knot humanity which only needs to be hot or 'iced. Call at the Big The Furniture Store f

-and. after the benediction had been deep Empire-like .yoke to which the where the collar meets in tronlThe trought to the attention of the proper Store and There is
invoked, the bridal procession of short pleated skirts are attached, regulation shield trimming of star euthoritiea-) :whoevsn'! they are-to be try a cup. .

handsome young couples left to the these belted In by a broad belt of ap-and bands is of the green linen. The promptly/ remedied! It is an uncbm- flavor fragrance and strength I That You i ;
Joyfal 'strains of Mendelsohn. The ple green.-linen run, through the customary sleeve Is full and tucked to form i a fTtablethought that indifference' in TetleyYTea
men in their black suits, white vests slots 1 on the side seams and cuff. The full knickerbockers are of personal ofilcia.1-may 'be responsible .
and. gray gloves appeared more at fastening with a nickel harness buck- the white linen. for a human life unnecessarily .
ease than the average "man at aweddin' I lost. J. B. ROBERTS ANNOUNCESFQtt : : Is the one, that fits out your home with furniture and :
'/' can achieve. And, it'is :possible that !Ir. Hkbey's COUNTY COMMISSIONER lets you pay for It while you are using It, and in such o
There was a crowd of jolly friends They will visit Atlanta, Ga.. and I writer at various times any one 6 f life might have been saved by a ----:- : small amounts as to be hardly noticeable. Just think :

at the station to see them off on the I Montgomery, Ala.> for a few days which is ample illustration but tl prompt response ; -somebody in au The last announcement for county : ofa :2: |
coon train and the floor of the parlor then return for a."vl3dtto..nis parentsMr. case of Mr. Hickey is so fresh in the thority. commissioner-was made yesterday by r
car in which they left, was white and Mrs. Joel McDavid, at Mo minds of the public it ought to command But-even mora Important than a J. B. Roberta who will run from Dis.
with rice. David, Fla. immediate atetntion. Briefly reasonably prompt conveyance in such trict No. 1 to succeed A. M.very.. i Complete Bedroom Suit !
I II On their return they will be at stated it is as follows: cases is an emergency hosipital, In the Mr. 'I Roberts is a:young man of exemplary -I

I 'borne in 'theit own residence corner Mr. Hickey, a pedler, was stricken organization of which the good women character and has a great n.any
Fourteenth avenue; and Eleventh with paralysis at the comer, of Ooyl a humane- men of Pensacola might friends. He has been in the grocery I For $20,00. i
street, which Mr. McDavid his all and West Wright streets about 8 cooperate effectively, as they have so business at the depot stand for several ii
furnished and ready for his brldfc. o'clock ,Monday inoruiag. frequently done in other towns. y.ears:and has built up a business! ,

The bride ia the eldest of the three One of tiLe more conservative men 0 that flattering to his business abili A sideboard for $15.00, Mattress for $2.50, fatting; 25 '

attractive and popular. daughters of who Iwent to Mr. Hickey's aid says HIRSOH I MAN-JACOBS ty. i cents a yard, laid free, and everything else In proportion. : ;

Mr. and Mrs.. W. T. Duncan of 622 that it "was over an hour, while others BETROTHAL ANN U CED. :Won't you come in and buy today. _

Morroll's North Seventh Avenua where a room in present pnonsd to the writer on.Mon Mr. and :Mrs. B.: Hrschman anounce 0
thir home fe full of gifts galore froma day and Tuesday! that it was over an the engagement of their daughter Hanna CLEANLY WOMAN. .:;

multitude Of relatives and friends hour and a half, from the time the to Mr. Aaron Jacobs of Opel tisa3, Erroneously Thinks- HerS I r MA R TON & QU1NA
I including about every article they can first request was telephoned, before by Scouring ,
use In the way 'of. silver/cut glass, the patrol was finally on the scene. : La.The wadding; will take place early Scalp That $h* Cures Dandruff.
china. and numerous other articles. that in 'Juue.0. Cleanly woman has an erroneous 108410 Palafox! St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla.
This man says he personally. iJ\the;: summer, probably : the
Idea that !by securing scalp,

I seven One pieces notable] of gift solid is.:mahogany a parlor set from of he'd phoned have to ",to 26,"get and the.was marshal's.informed} 'that pel.' CAPt. McLURE'S- .' +DAUGHTER which Is curing removes the the dandruff.dandruff She scales may,Ii.......... .......................................i

Iowa's ten friends in the bridge department mission before the patrol could zotit. WRITES FROM CALIFORNIA wash her scalp! every day, and yet
of the L. & N.. :Railway company. EXAGGERATED.The - :
He then
phoned to the mftyo HORRORS NOT have dandruff her life long, accompanied ::: : + ..VV. !I. .
Among the guest's from':out of town but learned that not even the mayo. following letter will be of interest 'by.falling hiJr, too. The only
were Mr. and Mrs. Joel MdDavid, par- could 1! order the wagon out. to The Journal readers. Especially way In the of the bridegroom, and their p.nsacoHansWho remember -
ents to /
Some one telephoned for the St to kill the dandruff germ, and there:
family of.'McDavld, Fla.,. and Mrs. W. Anthony ambulance! but was informed* the !late Capt. :Joseph McLure master -i te no preparation that will do NOTICE
EL Taylor- of Codaa, Ala., recntly of ,that it would cost five dollars to talc;: cf Ms own ship on whch he mad-j that but Newbro's Herpicida '
0 I I from New Haven, Special t0 The JournaLckttage
Pensacola.. ii cut. many voyages
Herbicide by killing the Dandruff -
Pride home and other points. to Hill, April" 26.-Mr. and
Conn. his ,
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In the meantime, ttere were some this port whre he was well known fcerm; leaves: the hair free Mrs.Hahn's aster Miss Roulette visited -
ANNUAL PIANO RECITALMRS. prety plain and more or less just 6oir.menis chum to grow as healthy Nature intended. here Easter Sunday.
rnfl 'eSte roM. He wa a great
RUTHERFORD'S': CLASS., made, on the fact ti'at so much of Cfcpt.1 J. M. iFllnn 3.lfi1! hte! daughter I Destroy the. cause you remove the Mrs. Everhftrt of Roberts, was a 0
The pupils of Mrs Rutherford will re ore prompt and comfortable serviceis who writes the letter is nov )fr effect Kll the dandruff germ with caller at the home of Mrs. Levey one USERSOP 4
recital at her provided by the city for the care Herbicide. For sale by W. A. D'Al-
give their annual- piano George T. Platt of Sau Jose, Cat., hut oay last week. 0 .
home on Guillfrmarde tonightAs cf common criminals and druken vag will 0,3 plea ::antly reUle berfd BS Miss emberte flruggist and apothecary, 121 Mr. W. tl. Moijian. !was a caller
abonds than for ctizns: South Palafox' street or send lOc in
Hams and this year lathe one hundred an'1 honestly tryIng Alice McLure who visited Mrs. Hinn.The" here Friday. ;
and ;fiftieth: anniversary of to support themselves and families letter 'fwas received by Mrs. J. M. ptampj for" sample to The Herpicide Mrs. Berkey and four children, who GAS RANGES H
birth a little attention will, be givento by honest labor. And the IndignatiOnFurnish
his life and works--as..well be seen Pratt' friends will be glad to learn of first of January left Triday (or their ,
from the following;. -- her safety. It reads: home in Sallda, Ool. :Mrs. .Berkey's
BreakfastBacon Program. "494 !South Sixth Street Superb Exhibition of brother and wife -Jin and Mrs. W. L. '"

1.0 !Sketch ,o( Mozart'sLife.. .-Mrs. "San Jose, Cal., April 19 '06. of Pensacola accompanied them as i
Rutherford. "_ I "My Dear Friend 1 do not consider far as St Lquis: .
2. (a)-..Air and MinuetDonJuan. Let Us this an answer to your letter but MOVING (Mr. Massengal of Pentacpla was a

(!b)-Serenade-iDon' Giovanni merely an. effort to inform you of our pleasant: callf:: .hfre. 1ID. ay'.Pensacola: MRS. L. M. LUDLUM
satMy. Mr. Grey McKinnon, ,of
Claude Kirkpatrick.
"You have probably read accoucts visited his grandparent! )Ir. and
3. WOrds Gf'- < Lov anz.-Kate of our dreadful calamity. Mrs. Grey and hIS..nnc'leiaridl aunt Mr. an expert teacher of the use of

Barclary. LoTe.-Zeiler.l I ""They can scarcely be exaggerated, P1OTURESa and Mrs. BeaU, %last Sun ai. gas ranges, will be with us for
4. (a) My. Lady- for the horrors beggar lucid descrip( ,Mr. Beall! viBited'Wwife and chil-- several days and her servicesare
(ib) Birthday. Rejoicings.Mary i dren Sunday en roufe to Mobile.Mr. '
We AreBole Ice Cream offered free to all users of .
Vetter. 0 i'I tion..They are wors, far 'worse, in San a and --llrs.'jYlX'fitfam-5! Ke- gss ranges in the city. This :
5. Dcerf Two- Frfeads-Reliard.: Francisco, for there, there b a water DANC wee IlL are guests ct -Mf4 instruction will! embrace:: cooking -
Etta and T r 2."S !!e"Hal. ftialfce and many more builili*.? ofe- Mrs. Finch and Mrs. Merfiaas.Mr : in all Its forms, care of the :
Agents 6. Criol Waltz-Belle HaL! I i For That Picnic rtro'd. Market street Is a continuous At trudd.f Pensac61a l visited, Mr. range and its economical han "

7. MonlJght! lttv 'rlc--Allan-Ma for a distance of two _u- and Mrs. Finch.'Sunday; dling. It .will facilitate and Insure .: -:>.
Miller. 0 tire miles.! l Mr. Bn Straiten of Hohart, Ihd., asit '
Odd Fellows Hall. ( from her if you will
8. 'novatore-utaiIall. and New of Mr, and Mr ., rtnc-n. Mon
Dinner or entertainment. : 1 will send you i paper yvwican is: guest notify us at onte that you would
Wollen- c
9. Woodland Whispers learn from It more than I can well day.
kamp.-Mattie Towrisend.. Any flavor you lite: Baylen.anct Belmont Bts. ; like her to call. 0
bulk or fancy mold:, and writ,
10. Polka! de Ccracerte- '- Homer that's as smooth as ,velvet' "Our city is practically under ir.ilitt Counterfeiting,,, the Genufne. Phone No. 148.

Bartlett-rEulalle llut" h ns n. It Is rich and nourishingand ry' gorrnm nt Last nIght the Friday. Night April 27th. Foley & Co* .Chicago- originated

Sol Gahti & Co. 11. Shower of' Blossoms-Fritz absolutely, pure.> treats were constantly patroled tot I Honey 0 and Tar as .-& throat. and lung -
Spindler-Claude. Kirpatrick. rott'Ct from thieves and housebreakers. Under Auspices of remedy and account of; the great

-. ::0. merit and popularity of tfctoyVHouey l !
CALLING ATTENTION OF "For one reason. I can almost rejoice 'Rebekah '
Naomi Lodge and Tar naaajr iraitatJoas are 2'offeredfor
The Pure Food Store, CITY AUTHORITIES at the awful catastrophe. It I the genuine These worthless PensacolaGas :
CITY'S DILEMMA.This I brings out the good feeling in P Ol .
Initiations )hav $similar: Mundinstames.
Siuthfttst Corner Palafox and Intendencia department- .p! the Journal Kitchen Cafe i the consideration of the more fortunate No. 10,1.0.0. F. Beware et Ihera. TbB! tenu- ,
to the Kantly less favored Is somethingto .
has been urged to appeal for those Ine Foley'S HOne and'rar: : b la a yellow -
ladies of Beasacola.lo Investigate thiScity"s see and admire forever. There'ls BENEFIT SAN FRANCI&COSUFFERERS. 0 'Asli fcVtt and: refuse Company.r
Phones460{ 8 great need. of '&ambulance.. 104 S.PaIafoi.- Phone 999 a:yast deal of "The milk of humank1iaess" any subst1tu package. 'It U'Uie' best remedyfor .
: in poopleth do ttotejhiblt
the serioasness f mans .
To illustrate coughs and t ldk.t W 'L'D'Alemberte -I
the present condtitjon seVeral pitiful !- I it at all times. '25.Ce Cents
Adults Children 15 drtfgslst and iptftaecary. -w
instances: 'liaifirbeen/Tectted i to'the \V n-I must stop now, for [ must: ,

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rFF; Any Time is a Good Time, I GROUND<< FLOOR : .,,,: ": i HOME SITE REAL' ESTATE MARKET

Ot'j rs do; why not you! Buy real 5 lots on East Jackson St.. in most
estate while it is low,, and sell when All> ofrBlock-118rWest. desirable locality. The lots. are 40x t -
Now is the Accepted Time. it goes up It is bound to go up, and V King tract '_>_;-':::-$800 132-6 each being on the crest of the ...Oro..
f I you ,are sure to profit,. hill and overlooking the bay makin

LIST OF PROPERTY ,FOR SALE. Several nice H tmilding lots in' a most delightful .locat'on for both & WATSON ,
'f summer-and winter electric cars,and ,
rt $10OOo-125 feet Garden St 'block 78 'side ,
r. north LaRuai
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He who hestitates is k>0t When ppo unty knocks hard street, south front'anJ: 'corner, '
r .I: ( at your door don't.hesitate and a.k "who's there" j: wooden$600 buildings bringing street, between *13th and They are worth $2500, but: for quick leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.

r IJA but open the door quck _. .-,. i per year. 11 sale, owner will accept.. ......$2000
900-4-room house, 303 East -
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(il' : : -, I t mana, rents $96.00({) a year. MONEY TO LOAN $$12500.00; : store buildings, and a dwelling; containing 6 roqms,near

I 1200-Two full blocks, New City Lots: on East Hill arid West FIRE INSURANCE. Union Depot. A fine investment. I
Your Opportunity to Make "Money"In i Value will double in a year or $!.500.0Q-One of the prettiest blocks on East Hill, containing 20 lots
{ two. S Hill sell for $SOand'up on V L. S. BROWN & CO. each 40x137% feet.

; .] .. I 2000-store and dwelling in the easy payments. $3,800.00-25' yery desirable; lots on North Palafox. This is offeredfor

: i.i In Rsnsacola real estate,is now. Take our word for West End business ditrict short, time only.
1 11t!!: wise purchasers now will prove money makers. See I Rents' $216 a year; $600 cash, .. 201 Theisen Building $,300OOrg 2-story dwelling on North Palafox on corner.
; I .i our list. We've some good baJ4gains.I 'balance 1:. per ,cent V $$2,500.00-6 Toom dwelling N. Hayne St. Lot 80x125 feet.
,,. ', 2000-Two dwellings, 5 rooms, West .. "WE SELL LOTS"llomes V ,I $3,350.0G-N1ce roomy dwelling, with large lot, stables and out houses
", ; _ Wright rents $240 a year. in excellent location on DeVilliers St
: :1 % I. 1750-Half block, fronting south. II
: V McDavidllyerConipany I $5OOO.Oo-Two dwellings, in good neighborhood near car line, on N.
L,4. ;
New City, near bayou. and one Barcelona St. *
block' from car. V Agents New York for Sale !,: ,
Pensacola Investment 8000( ()-Six houses adjoining Y. M. C V No.
Company Life Insurance Company. ,I PHONE 54 V 37 S. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L.
A. property, rents $87& a year;
$3000 cash, balance 7 per cent. 8 E. Government Street Nice fiix'roam.cotla'je'on Little Bayou : -;;
{ {k.. :: A. H. D'aLEMBERTT, City Manager., ,: 2400-Elegant S-rpom residence, 'large lot, near car line; pretty, -
V '0.' :' : Block from Lee Square.. Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. summer home... .. .. .. .. .. $1500,],
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.. r 1t. W' L INOWUS, President. V I. $. SOJPSON! : 8 tftar: ,.. Va i ., -
FOR RENT Six room cottage, E. Wright, con-'
; J.!. STUIMAN, V..Prex. ul Gen.-Manjfer. KNOWLES HYESTr.jjurer.Rael -u--
a $12.50 dwelling 401 Guille- venient -
a .room to R. R. shops.$1350 j
?; t4i Estate, loans, General Investment S marde. 7 V Wanted .Beautiful East H11 residence, two
; 16.00-6-room dewelling, 409 Guille- stories, 8"rooms, new and modern;- an Keep Insurance Money at Home !

VjA4:: 215 South Palafox Street Pensacola.. Florida.IK' I l mard. MATTRESSES RENOV.A.TElJNew elegant! home.. '.. ...... $3000,:: According
.'f V ". {: to last report at hand of state treasurer the people of
l tick furnished if desired. Guaran.
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:4.,1- i'l L VV V LESLIE E. BROOKS laid teed. if Crapet desired.taken. Leave up and'orders matting'at C.R.YAEGER j Florida Paid Life Insurance one year. Premiums" Amounting to Over. .. .$1,500,000

., : p- -_-__ __ Green & Watson:. Phone 193. 7mar V 202 j While the entire: aggregate losses paid were a little over. 400,000
s,'f"t' ; ;'/4 Phone 462 Fisher" .Building No. Theisen Bldg.Phone 686.- \\ Draining, the -state of over . . . .. .. .. .. 1,100,000

BOOKKEEPER and general office II Increasing gain has been going out .of the state for twenty years.

I I 'man of 10 year's experience, wants Board and.Rooms. j
tr;: BeautifuL H6the. HELP WANTED position. With present employer 16; ,WtV VrrJ1VrSnrnnVrnuVnrttuVn4weawtrrMtJVwVr : American Life Insurance

'wrw months. Address .""Bookke'eper" ," care CICELY FURNISHED ROOM for renton ; Company y

WANTED-Position! as house girl: Journal.V VV 2Caprlw: North Hill car line; location V Is'a Florida Company with-home offices at Tampa

r on,North Hill corner Gadsden and Barcelona streets, lot has a front I nurse. Address N. ,care Journal. WA'TEI-To rent a 6 to.1 rooml'house very desirable. Apply 208 W. Gadsden L i PLEDGED TO FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT.Every .
L on Gadsden street OOO, ft. by 150 ft. on Barcelona10 rooms, two .
It* or cotta'ge, V modern street. 25april
improve- of Its assets invested in sections where it is
dollar paid in.
V ::11 story, modern in every way. The yard is large and ll'kepl. This ments. Address H.
care Journal25aprUl 1 Is not such a company worthy .of home patronage?
will make of the nicest homes in
the.clty. If
4 you want a beaa-
; : f tiful home this is your opportunity... .' j CAPITAL.: STOCK ...$500,000-POLICIES FROM $50 TO $10,000
; with board bath !
: tci" the official story of "The Destruction ; room telephone
S I I of San 'Francisco." Our authors. WANTED-Young country printer No. 865; on electric car line. at 415!:!;! Psnsacofa Office: Brosnaham Building

1 Trumbull White and Richard Linthi wants a position in newspaper or' Wr Gregory St. April221w>L_-_ -

rI Fisberville : cum guarantee authenticity. Nearly j job office in Florida or Alabama. Has ROOMS CHEAP-Furnished or'' unfurnished --.---

t 4 on the Bay Shore 500 large pages. Dozens. of photo- eight years' experience 'and an all. suitable for light house-

(. graphs. Retail $1.50. $10 to $20 per round 'good Job printer. A perfect keeping. On the Hill, location high *| I
if : Will outsell gentleman and absolutely sober JWUVLTUWLrUJVrL VIVflVflV
r Fisherville on the car,line! and bay shore cool and :pleasant In sum- day easy you act qu'.ck. : start ion ; will and healthy. Close to car line. Apply r[
book ever published.< Every moderate salary. Address HOTEL
I any p 314 E. Strong. Phone 1213. : ;
from the noise and dust
mere away of city nice
If !I. neighborhood. body interested. Outfit free. Send stating full particulars, Arthur Win-pV ISaprlm Rates $2.00 per ,
We sell the nicest building lots
can for
yery $175. to $300. and if
V you lOc for postage today. Best terms to free, WhIte CasUe. La. 12aprlwWANTED. good beds, table i;
haven't the money to put up your home we will lend you the money
tI, ALL PROPERTY in the Maxent Tract West of. 'XT street now on agents. Credit given. .Freight paid. .-Alfjklnds of electrical WANTED few regular! boarders. rell, Prop. ,
sale. Take orders while waiting for outfit. work. I sell all kinds of electrical Also a few table boarders In private!
Fir1 ,, V Monarch Book Company Philadelphia batteries and other electrical supplier family; good location; convenient HOTEL YERNON

;415t 1 !4 STYOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR SALE. Pa. V 26apr2w* When "you. need t me ring .345 or 955. car line; ,use of bath and phone, tol tention Special to rate traveling,by .

WANTED good cook at once, 18 t EO''W. Peake new Star'Laundry building 401 E. Gregory Saprlm
Mrs. J. !
t-U;jI't' ROOM to rent 301 W.

1:4: I THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY |I WAN'I'ED-Flrst-clasi trade. Ring 1010 barber- 1 for ring colored orcall U."TED-By:brass, molder, first-class position as iron foreman.and I Chase. Sapr 'HOTEL year. American j S

at Sylvester Canrphell 'Store,near: Strictly sober, knows his business. Special summer rat
'! ,. dummy depot Warrington, Fla: NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent,
V .
: Best of reference. Molder, care Journal respect. i I:
V : PHONE 87 24 apri. .suitable for light'housekeeping. ;
i V 22aprlw* Privilege of phone and bath. Apply lent. Mrs. T. L. ]I i
WANTED-The complete story of the 810 E. Gadsden St., or phone 896.2Smarlm. sacola, Fla. I 1 !
} Great San Francisco Earthquake WANTED-By experience diwhite saw: V [I : :\
t1: ; ..4 1 -- mill man with family; position as V THE BROWN .
written by eye witnesses cQmplete fireman in healthy locatiqn. Address good beds. Free. s!
set of actual photographs, big boor! Care Journal. <: PLEASANT room. $2 per day. :
j 22Aprlw: place to board on North .
K _. Professional.Directory FOR SALE best terms, big money, ageuts are taking 'iTED-Stenographie work of .llill on car line. Address No. 8, to traveling mnV J ;I' !
from 13 to 40 orders a,day Credit any Journal. DeFuniak Springs.:
THOS. PEBLEY All kind of real estate for sale orrenl given, freight paid. Complete outfit nature. Will give same prompt at- care 27mar I

;: North Hill and! East Hill vacant free, six cents for postage. Now' tention. Phone 285. 3aprlm. CENTRAL HOTEL :

l.'l ftjV4 LAW: REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND lots. Some very choice ones at ready. Free bok for yourself. The WANTED-The public to know that Old newspapers at five cents a bundle depot Large :j

.oj- :V COLLECTIONS good bargains for homes or investment Columbia House, Chicago. 25ap3t: we can do all kinds of repairing; 'at this'office.: They are aU:' clean. rooms. Free i!
..1.. ; PALAFOX AND ROMANA.'PHONE I I"DESTRUCTION float building horse shoeing, etc. J., and nice V all hours. Special (
i .S 553. One large lot.on R. R. good factory, OF SAN FRANCIS G. Welsh Carriage Co. ? 27feb cling men. ?2.00 p !

: or warehouse, site. One water front CO"-Best book. Large profits. 'Act COURT HOUSE DYEING. gle. Prop. ;
l lot that purchaser'could quick. Sample Free. Globe Company,I Pressing 1
aV make no Money to Loan.
] and Cleaning Club 212 N.
mistake to'buy: One 723 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. CHIPLEY
T G YATES 40-acre farm V Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your Special
L't M D V patronage -www JflflJtVVWtV -- Prop.
an.Q'' one of 160 'acres,.both near Pen- 25apr3t -- '
., sacola. solicited; satisfaction guaran- MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody bor- cial travelers. -Free ,

h. f OPTiCIAN Four choice brick V business houseson WANTED-Two good men to collect teed. Careful attention given lailes: rows 'money from Jno. A. Hall & rooms. Large !

:' J, 306 THIESEN BUILDING Palafox St, for salej Fine Investment debit and solicit insurance. AddressP. garments. Phone 1222. 8febWANTED.The Co., 16 E. Government stre t. WhEnIn $2 per day.

:: -.. ., property. Few. choice offices 0. Box_43, City. 25aprlwWANTED tlercnanti Transfer need call on us. Sfeblm BAY HOTEJU-

-X if for rent \ -Good cook at '52 West Gonzalez V Co. wants your moving and baulint European plan
: t WM, D HOWE Turpentine men'al get rich, and I St 24apr All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor-, MONEY LOANED on all kinds of perfoaal clean. Transient I
have good( turpentine business for ae.J1. Prop. Phone 978. ISjunelm : property on short notice.
575-579 S. Palafox.
.lt ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT sale cheap. 15 crops boxes plenty WANTED house 'igirr at once. Ap- Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2Y.. ;
,.j;'!; 5e round timber lease which WANTED.-Real Estate for sale or Phone 1165.MONEY Prop.
LAW on together ply 229 N. Spring .St24aprlw Romana. Heb
.r rent, lease or exchange. Your business
: 1 14'/ EAST GOVERNMENT. ST, with boxes. good seven, years' longer. -
respectfully-solicited. J. A. Wilson -
,';?S V _______________________________ Write property.or call and V eee schedule of WANTED-Agents wanted on San Real.Estate Agent, 22% W. GOv. TO LOAN.-On real estate or
it Francisco Horror :Book, 600 ] sufficient .
pages, ernment street, Room 7, Salisbury' other security by -lIpl> --
t ;.$ fully illustrated, $1.50. We give 5U building. Phone 172. 23janWANTED.Haullng ing to Thos. Pebley, cor. Palafo and ;
...r '..11,.;.j per cent-pay freight-give credit I' Romana, 'up stairs. 17nov-m. CHIROPODIST. : :
i 'j1,; ; ". T. CRAWFORD premuims. Outfit free. Pe'rcival Sup and transfer Thomas, pr9

,\'l''If tl ply ,Co., Philadelphia, Pa 24apr6t work. Office phone. 363; residence I MONEY TO LEND-On good real estate Corns, 'bunions and I ;
j. :: .!t 315. .South Palafox. S phone 390. Acosta & White, 22-28 N. security, or on good collateral, successfully treated.'
7if l t W.NTEDAhouse girl and washwoman. -.Tarragona St 25mar. at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks,: house building, G
,"f+:J, \ Apply .914 E. :.Strong'. .St. Fisher building. 21Jan: trance,, Office ; I
",;111'; 22aprlw* WANTED.-The public to know that I 1 to S p. m. V
: old newspapers can be .bought at' MONEY'LOANED on all kinds of ., V MILTON !
..r: :b' i WANTED-A first-class cook. White this: office for five cents bundle. They lonal property on short notice.p :- <'W51Ee Slims, l'I!
}: or colored. Apply 222 E. Govern I are all clean and nice. Terms easy. J. W. Bullard, upstaIrs ture repairing of i
"ri ment St .
20apr laid, furniture }
{ i 28Y.1 South Palafox St., Phone 1144.
.. : WANTED-We Phone 63. Next"to
want your orders for iIlQ! I ::
<'\.\'x1;. ..,. WANTED-&lesman' long experience 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original V
: wishes a connection with a first- designs to select from.
'1'i class grocery firm in, Pensacola.! For UNLIMITED amount ot money to loan
f' I DR. J. H. MOCKDental prices. Mayes Printing ,Co., Pensacola you need any
?>>; V West Florida. Can carry established; :, 16feb.WANTED. on all kinds of personal! property. ed or fitted '
Special rates to business ;
business 'with me. Will be' open' May men on large .
& V 1st. 'Georgia," JournaL Vl4apr2w' loans.: The New York Loan Co., 204 Vj if you have any ,
\, : Surgeon. -Electric'work of alt kind. South Palafox. ing, or lock and
1i Let us clean your fans, reair; your dull lawn mower':
) .Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty. dynamo do jour w1rin,. etc. Pii?n3 : or repairing sc
Painless WANTED good all-round'' printer, 570. Pensacola: Electric Co.. :
.r.iJ Extracting of Teeth. 205 S.Baylea. grind; guns, pistols
}" 1 28/2| s. Palafox St. capable of doing first-class job printIng FOR RENTFOR and repair! We, "'
.Xl 'Z and 9 Old Armory Building. and experienced j in 'newspaperwork. adjust and repair
l\J.r\.. Phone 1077. Must be absolut ly sober; no WANTED-Your orders for tailor. RENT' -House.on corner Church writer. All of these
"' ',if"I'r I both by conferring with us drinking man need apply. Cook & made clothing. We make your and Commendencia Sts. Apply to others can
when out to buy REAL ESTATE. See Hutchison, Chipley Fla. J. M. Pfelffer. you I
Taprlm clothes fit. Let _us,, take your measure 26apr at F. B. Bruce's-28
us about some of the followlugVStore Lamm & w>., V
; unicago w. o. Phone 380. _
r N.- DeVlllier street, renting Wells, agent, Chipley, Fla 7aprlm story over Lindenstruth's .
;1w1 Special l BargainsFor for $180 per'year..; .. .. ....11500' WANTED jewelry store. Suitable GOOD PASTURE-
for offices,
sleeping quarters storage
House'on North "C" street, cheap VflnflnVflflflflnJttVrJJ1tJVVrVrJr Lra-t x---'Vt VJ .SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANT-; or and cows. !
a t.... ....: :''. V... .. .. '.$600 OLD HATS MADE lo."EW-ranama ED-Highest price paid for gents'';, rooms. Lee Daniell. 24apr H. Kilbee. Brents,

For Few Days Onlytot House on East Ara&on! street only and Straw hats cleaned clothing only. Sell second hand goods.! FOR RENT-Warehouse, 50x75, onrailroad. MATTRESSES '.

i'f 1 'S.. 'SI ,.S. .. 'S.... ... .. ..$650 and blocked. Panama 60e straw, pressed hats Dress'suits for rent 9 E. : Address Box 712 City. Mattresses; made .
: 40x240 W. Romana 98 acres of; gOOd farming land, a 25c, felt hats 35c Work guaranteed. tntendenCI3.j 21aprlw* renovatei. New"
q 1! bargain .. ... ...
at 40'; .i. t' $1000 Victor Louis 100 E. Intendencia. WANTED-By a young Second hand ;
f'' "" t St. near Spring St. Four .blocks in,, West: King Tract, 24 aprlm : stenographer.. A-l .references: FOR RENT-S-room, 2-story Cottage sold. Upholsterin'g
it'I I each.. ..,.,, .i '..... :... ... .$1000We furnished. Address C-2. care Journal. 318 W. Belmont. Apply to Walker 114 E. Belmont St., <
: with 5 room house__$3250 have numerous other proper. WANTED TO RENT- SmaU cottage.. Saprlm.WANTED.. Iiigraham. April20A Davis Mfg. Co., C."
ftl: t!' ties liste4'wIth us would pay Must be close in and. c\1e\ .p. Ad- V ; R. BINGHAM has storage room for V
r. i V:; Lot 80x170 W. Romana you to'before. making your dress with full particulars" DDS, care V --All owners of poultry to rent 'suitable for furniture or other .EXCURSION-The.
: investment \ Journal know that we are agents for the celebrated
15a.prPANAMASLet' 104 and 106 Tarragona
: : I goods, South and Leclair will
:4:.' '_. near DeVilliers St.$1000 We are. in receipt of advices from Conkey's Poultry RemediesGuaranteed St Phone 630 30no the Life Saving S
i -IIti us your Panama to
the fire Insurance cure rupe, cholera I
companies :
represented and Hats ; points of interest
straws. cleaned,blocked gape and to kill fleas, lice: and mites .
by us 'That all losses Cal-
Leslie L Brooks Jn rebanded sonable terms.
} and by expert workman.I : .
ifornia conflagration will be promptly Also their wonderful egg producer..'F,, LOST
Leave C.
hals at Fr deriekse -Tailor J. Sutherland, .M
;t1 paid ,and that"THEY" 'WILL S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. 231.
: Fisher Buildin j.t4ii TO CONTINUE Shop 34 S. Palafox St. (Special attention ISapr.- -- tVtVtVVVVVJVJVVfl ftt JVVnrUVuVuWVJVVrJVVflJVVrVrLLVuJUflrJ I I
''FURNISH\ ABSOLUTE to mail orders. V TAILORING, L.. I
{ -, V ---' BY : Gents'
\: ; ... FJRE AS THEY HAVE DONE V FOR WANTED-Will invest $1000 to $300( WANTED-To buy old gold and silver LOST M eresham pipe. Reward for clothing

J : EAST END UP-TO-DATE MEATMARKETVAND ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS. with services, in' some ligUiniate'l., broken up stuff regardless of ,return to. Parlor Market. 27aprLOST repaired oa short

..i1f1 : GROCERY STORE. Protect your home and business and respectable business. Give par' sizes. Cash paid. Lightman &Klein West Idee.J. Government $
t:1.: ; against loss by.'fire' ticulars. M., 42. carQ The Journal. 106 E. Wright Phone '1127. -Saturday, April 14, presumably
by'Insuring with
Another fresh lot of Gophers Just : 12apr3wWANTED.. V from wagon, package containing
'J t i\\ received. pair trousers addressed H. Pj Moog.If H. PORTER !
A't I MOYER, ON THE SQUARE us.ESCAMBIA" .-A. 'R. Bingham -antl found returned to Express office Palafox street., '
;tAJiVliV PHONE 718. REALTY CO., your moving and hauling. Hi nn roundFOUND and receive reward. '18apr tents awnings, cam?
'LI't flLflJtfltLfJtW lVrISLtLrVrVr
: antees all breakage. VtJtflflJWLtLfltJtflpfl cots. etc. Prices .
-1 cater only to those who want first yV "P' Street: 630.
tt 1 class 'goods at living prices. Telephone 1052. STRAYING-Jersey cow SHIP CHANDLERS
wr : A. Mer:). MOYER General. ajent for State, for Home NEW for UPRIGHT lot on East PIANO Hill to exchange Strange in the vicinity; for lnfor.mation : SKATING EVERY AFTERNOONTHIS ing & Co..

iVt4 %1 Cor... .Government. and ,.Alcanlz.ISi' L'*' }Tnsuranc&co.! ,, of i New York. 0. Box 207. Address. P. address B." E.", Warrington, WEEK 4 TO 6. LADIES AND chandlers and gro<<:
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FOR SALE! ; "''''.,''.':''-'''.-,!.,''::r'.''.'''.'''.''' ............."' ...."'....."''.......... "'.'''.''.''''.'''.''' ..."'....."' ............"' ...."'......... .........-.."'.''' -

List of Property for Sale by D. Hale We.Are Overstocked With McMillan Br s. Co.. Iith J
Wilson & Co. : ,-' SHIPPi.NL NEW

One block on proposed street carline Brick, lime .Plasterer's I Laths, Pine Shingles, \ ; BTOTONTbeSimplenSurert # .-

New City overlooking Baybu i
Fence Posts-Etc. f AF d.; '
'j'exar and under fence.;,, ;.s3000 -S ) iflA1'iIA
half 'foloc on Lakeview avenue Phone 11. Can'ara, ItL "shift 1495 Repetts, Ge- .
One G. DeSILVA & CO. noaI to Mistdf.Birmingham / .

in road settled, very neighborhood cheap it. ; ..and.; on.;|Hard 1500Onehalfblock v..."..'......................:......."'..'''.....'''....................'''.."'''' V..........."'..'.''.............'..''. ................... ."';,.'!.'........."'................"'.. ,_Br. ss, 2612.' Baltimore .
to Transit
Gulf. Co.
((12 lots) and six new ---- J'lI

rentln-g .for $5AO .eaetf with MOBILE ALABAMA.MARKETS. Cleared ..
houses for seven more houses.. $3250 ., -. ,- Homewood, Br 63!, 1200. Jergensen, /I Sii
room for1 Tynne, with WO.OOff ft sawn tim- .
TWO large lots and a goad three City oJMfisaGola ImproVel11entBonds : !
room and hall house tenting tot f 6.00 berfor' Fayport with 340,000 sawn !
Umber lumber
month; if sold at once.; .;$600 29,000 I t
per '. Annie, Br ss, 2445, Wie, for Genoa, .
One nice five roomed house in good : Denomination, 1000.00 '' .
Each. with timber
2,448,000 sawn 395,000 I '
!! with 37 foot lot renting for I s
]locality 'I 5 Ij
|10.00 per month. .", .. ..$1000 Dated j n.1 1,1906. Maturing jan11936.' Redeemable Jan. 1,1926., AULEY&CO.S REPORTS lumber '\ Ii j i

One-half in central an afpent"part: and of.the. len city roomed nice Interest Payable Semi-Annually. .. Liverpool! Cotton.. Market..' jAverpodl. ,yiyina> with Span ss 650,000, 1983,It Dustanzafor Um.; 400,000 ) .' Hindiut-ind only.. Perfect,_ I'
shade and fruit trees.. ... ..$5500 ................;........;.,.....,...1Mi'iln..reb .6.63lob.Kar t lumber, 817 sq. bales cotton 582 hdileaf -itf-filling no ink to P iria a. -No eo gWa filler 'I
Vacant lots in. any.part of the city We Offer For Sale i These Bonds Subject to ...;;;..........;........-......;.;;. tdbacco,, 10 bUs soap stone; \ Giv S kh r nj oriliiklnj. dozztar 'f
at prices that will take. Several In- :Kar..A rll.i.e;....i.........;n.. ....6.84 : Barcelona. 100' sqi-' : bales cotton. V y- oll'limpl rees the butto(II

vestments that will net 10 per. cent.. Prior Sale, In Amount to .lpril-M .. -.5.84 !' Sailed. menf i to the. pleasures of life. 111 the picture)"and the.. pen illI If
invested. lUy-Jun........;.;.;6.84 ;. Hesleyside, Br: BS, 16.17- Bedn gton., in I 4aIJ&. .-
ca the money ,Suit- Purchaser. June-Ii7 .... 'I' Greenock. : A high-class, pure gin, that Write the instaattt: I

FOR RENT. July-input.........;...;.......:;...:..... 5.85iguS.pinbei touches the paper .
roomed house centrally located '......... ..;.....;...:.;.t.581 VESSELS IKBteimahlp' "CR?. experts appreciate.
Ten Correspondence Invited_ 8ept mber-Ociober ...... 8.69 *. Eagle$150Hash : i :
and unexcelled for a boarding house Ootober-KoVember .......-;..:.:'.......5.82'oiemb.tDecember Annie; Wie, 2445, Rio Janeiro ,
on street car line, $35.00 per mo tli. ) .:....'.......;.... ;..8.61 to Pensacola Lumber Co. ALL GOOB'DEALERS SELL IT :;

Five roomed house close in town THE. PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA DeceKbe'r-JiQiur-r ........ '..........;;..,..5,61 S Bainbridge, Br ss,.1193, Smith Newport -- I
large yard and nIce.out. buildings star LiverpOol Spot*.d.- News to H. Baars. '>, No.x{witi! 14 tott wild told .
hie etc., $20.00 per month. MB4BW Atlanta pea poll1t&neat Y1Ika1Ifu.s
-' Cayo Domingo, Br ss 1713 Friend, rubber ud felly gwantccd. .
what want Is not listed here
If you PENSACOU New York Cotton Miriut
FLA Galveston to Gulf Transit Co. Ei&1o"F1uh"No2S
n 231 ;
by fh "call'and
call us _: Open High Low Close Chelford, Br .BS, 1707 Wood, Tampico !- with$%.50
.. .. .
see us at 30 S. Palafox street, -- -- Eale FUtV No. 26
May J0.95 U.Q9 10.03 11.08
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." .-,-- -.. --..... -',---- ..- -- .'-.-'". -- < ,-.-.- ..-.'' -. -.,' July 16.8 10.95 10.82 10.95 to order.Haslington, Br. sa 1220. Willis. with Iup gold tize LEIdI4.ooScZJ ; $3.00

D. Hsle Wilson & Co.FOP August 10.14 10.74 10.69 10.74 Kingston to Gulf Transit Co. Tetiey'sThe ii,Sets
.;;.10,38 10.4310.84 10.42 and Other Store SS
... ... Homewood, Br. ss. 1290 Jerginsen, -
:i D 43Sib ? :; 0,83. 10.44 19.88 IO.U AkY0UsDALEL thed0c&t i
New Orleans to W. 0. Keyser & Ca.Klrkstall
Sew York SaoU. ILT5Whtat., eI! the Eagle
Farm Tur'entine I Br.,&s,.1162, Hinde, Faro "FLASH"FoanMin you Pen.tiea -
or A Bank Account to J: A.'Merrittw&Co. Kai the retail price direct to. ,
Timber Lands, Open Rich Low" CloM Louise J Ger ss 1480 Bohndorf, Antwerp The first India and aa. Each. pen absolutely par.teect. 1 -
SMALL QUANTITY )[.7_"..... '"' .8JI'l1JJ' .f9 4. toil.: Schreyer. .
I .11i17....... ;. T93, 78% 7 Eagle Pencil Co.
Call on or Address Olivemoor, Brit ss, 1970, Clark, Rio Ceylon tea tn America
Own.Opffl Janieronto J..H. .Christie._ .
Turner A'ITi rd I : f ho1db started Hljt Low 'ci 05.x1y..t Ribston, Br ss, 2185, Roibinson, Rio -17 old--was 3;/Broadway New York -
by every man, woman ......: JI6J' 48Jely ; '4 de Janeiro to W. S. Keyser & Co. i years

Real Estate and Abstrat Co. and child.! Start one to-day, eyen. _; ......48' 'II Ji 45i 'ii VidaNcr'- ss, 976, Arressen, Card. Tetley's.
P.O. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs,Fla New York Stock Market ._ ,
j ; nas-to HyerCo... _- -'-
th OUgh'lt be iii a small.way.and add to ( .'
= Opea CTost Vivina Span ss, 1958, Bustinza,LIT- First to- a1t;
'- it the small which -- -........... I .
change! you spendthoughtlessly oabhern PaclA ; ; 84 O53 Cuban.ports, to Gulf Transit
erppol'Tia The
1906 Model
FOR SALE here and there; you'll be Copper........ IWi 105 Col I .
1. 8.B.. 135H 133; '
BARGAIN LIST PIANOS. surprised how rapidly it will grow.- Ateh..........;.:;,;. 89 89 h1ps. RemingtonShales -
Lester Piano, inahcfgahj, fine 'order, A.B...........v...... 1&4X 154 Orpheus,' Aunt' :Ship, M aanlc, Tries Marine Grocery Co.

vas $350 price now $275, used onlya ..U T... fsOVi! 80 ti':, ?.
few months. $10 cash balance ?8 1 Four per, cent' interest paid to depositors B.ft 0 ;;;.;;...;..;.;...';... iui 1Jgirt. ( .. phelia.J.Nor'ship, 1127 Larrsen, 604, 606, 608.,610 S., Palafox, St

month.Irving ,in our savings department. ...... ... :........;....: n 415 Dunkirk. '. Phone 725.
per O.T.I .;;. 5o,i 53s g .Sub, with its new billing attachmentsand
handsome case, was
...-. 42 fe 'Antigua Nor bk 1348, Ferguson,
I u. >iU.S. V. J. VIDAL instantly interchangeable car
now $215; very little used. Terms $10 ., preferred............. 107J2L. 1 New,A. Zelius. Manager.THE riages, tabulator and two-color

cash $6 per month. ; E4:........;;;......;........;. 284 %''i .Paao Ahgelo l Ital bk li36. Bezzo. HOME OF GOOD THINGS. TO ribbon movement, is the most complete :
... .
Clutter, large handsome mahoganycase .* ...;.;..........;.;;;.;;; 114 'lj JiLeid. Parkwood, Nor bk .756, Li1 de. EAT combined

; was $too now $335. _A bargain. ...;........;,.............. i 79 T8f i guard, St. I azair.eto Qrd'er' .
Terms $15 cash, $8 per month.Mehlin .- .....-. ...,."....... .""" : Just Received: andCorrespondence :
"-0/* f.. P234 I Ital bk, Shlano Quick
Precursors ; 1508, Halibut Chunks Halibut Lunch I
MetC.\\! .........', ili: '
high grade mahogany was 112
; : si,;e& .. ..... .'.1dniJ' .. .... I Rosasco Bros. .SO kite of fancy-Mackerel. $US per
$450 now $390; rented only few &.V.d. ;; .i """" .
months $20 cash. $10 month. FIRYNATIONAL BANK ..J.C.........,.,.......;.....; 13TH : 188P.6 -/111. .* SChofahers..Donna kit. '. !
; per I Christ'iBS Am sch !McLeod, 50 kite SaimO $1.25 Jper kit.
.;.;..;;:.. .::.;..;.n;.. 91. SO* I -. '
Sterling, ebony case, was $350 now B.D'G....;.;...........e.... th% ;j7Si.P 1 165,. Car enas:. : : '.:_ EO kits halibut Ins, $1,25 per' kit. machine manufactured. Designed
$120 $10 cash. $6 per month. OF PENSACOLA, FLA. ,..;..............;.;..;; .. 165 166"I, 50 kits of COd Tongues and Sound, as it was for fast service, built for .
Clutter large size, mahogany case; .4;............._.........,..... 26 -! 28 i ias. WHY $1.25 per kitBloaters hard use, recommended by experts ;
used _seven months was $tOO now .. :. ..:.. Sj *.k havea torpid liver "When Heroine,th6only1 Milkers and Roes/Herring and guaranteed against wear it is ;
t tt*** '' /J ? i
$275; $ $8 per month.Ivimbali ; \tf.H.KitOTUS.T,W. BB' Pres.5T and W.W.K.N.HT ROBERTS B.JR.,Aast.V.-Pres.Casaieri.i and OasHler.. T.C.I......f...U...._-.....!:,.,.l43. ..> iu I IP regulator will help you? Codfish Pickled Salmon- Oil, .PJcklea! 'offered as the idealTypewriter I

} -, walnut case, was.$375.used t>IRC'lo: .L Brent. W. A. Blount 'W. H. Knowle, W. K. Hy.f, Jr.; _...'.."!'f.;...;...,. 137JJPENSACOU 1r.U.P. : There isv no eason why -you should German Sauer Krout
two years now $185, .$10 cash bal- D. G. Brent. .'... ;..;.- ;......14S Un I suffer from..Dyspepsia: Constipation, pigs Feet ia ki!, $1.O0. : !
sace $7 per" :: :tl.! Chills and/ any: liver corn- Manewil and' Latlg 's Fruit Cake. '

All of the above are upright! pianos! '. -" '" ". : Iintswhen ,,Berbine! jyi!! "cur you. National Biscuit Go's Fruit! Cake, 25cper..pound. for producing the most good work in :
and w"e"guarantee: them We hive. 16 OP SDUQI TinNS ;" j F.' C, Waite, WestvillP, Fla.. writes: .;_'. .:. ? : ; the. shortest time with the least fibrU '
'pianos frum 415 to ,$4.5. SOcper -', We handle.the.celebrated blends of !
square "I 'was sick for month with chills Write today for full description.
.. .. .. $
week; ood,for.practice ., tr. < -- PRODUCE 4nd fever-1 and after taking two-toot- offee roasted ty the. .Gulf City. CoffeeCo. Local Agents wanted for ;
MUSIC-HOUSE -. ., H: P. ChlDman" Maaager: "3Oaxa '
CLUTTER .io.1603. ties .of Herblnfe i'.welltndhealthy" pnoctupied territory. .
.'. . .f Pensacola, .FIa.. .? "i .. .1 Sold by all-druggists. :.a, ;.tc'.1.4! :Gold Standard 25
FOR SAiLEOne four fon Ice'''inarchlrie C.W.LAMAR PruI4enU JOHN PFEIFFER. Ait!jtint CUbIt;; gutter, Western Creamery'.25. to..i2c. : ". :'. ,' : '.' .:' :','. Rio; Diamond 1 2Gc! lb. i Blend. 25c Ib;'- Golden.-'> Majestic. g., Chicago. 1
V.!.CUttf;VlCT-Pmttint mi CasMer. 1.W.ANDREWS.Assistant" Cashlir. 'Renoiatedi/4. .. :2k I
20 l
complete, running i ."now,)pale- :Putter; ; Strictly fresh roasted and. good i
( REWARD as;
: -- .. $00.00)
.- ., ; .. :
Cheesen ,. 'I.il5 to.'l'5c;
I < U : .
lug ice daily. Will sell at a bargain. as any Coffee sold In this city. 204 West Bay Street,
Reason for" selling," Installing 1Ston Eggs....?. ,ic.: .t.. ..;'.. ..17 to 18c Send us orders and will JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
THE: AMERICAN NATIONAL BAPIK ,JIOO.OO"reward will be paid for the yoar we deliver
plant :Address quick tT.. W. Pace. Grown ChicKens.doz.$5.00 to; $6.00' arrest ,1.nd'd: livery to.the sheriff ofi promptly.
.. I
Ducks, per dozen. $5.50 to $6.00 "
Quincy Fla. 26ap'r2w'FOR .
or PcnisaceLA, FL,.. Walton ountY') one Charlie RenolsJa
Sweet Potatoes, per bu.. ... .'.. .90c\ '
Irish Potatoes i per bu.... 85.Jo !$). %c.. negra.-Description: Height 5 feet j Pensacola Si Andrews and
SALE-Ten new and second DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.CArrr'Ai 10 or 11 inches; :weight about 160 or'' ,
Onions, ,.per bu....900 to $too,
\ yelloy
hand'office safes, different bright
second mulatto
170 pounds with 4FULLQTJDPRJ8S
-- ; medium -I
sizes best ,makes at bargain prices. STOCK, $%00,000. SURPLUS, MOM. Onions Ted, ,per bii.. .. 90c to $1.00 .I large eyes. Has scar on upper Gulf Steamship Go.

Scarritt DIRECTORS ; .
24mar bijj crates.. .. .. -..,. .$ .65 to $2:75: he blue faded
St. seen wore_ a Jumper
Strawberries, quart. .. ..10 to 1236 PIPAw7-$ zI. C. BARROW, Master.
CANDIDATESThosewishing Henry L. Covlngton, Frank Reilly, F. E. Browner, ; i orefalls, I gray cap, a new pair of No. FIRST-CLASP PASSENGER AND
NOTICE TO J. M. Pfelfferj'' W. 8. Rosasco C. W. Lunar iI I 8 fine sharp toed ,shoes. Reward to i__ FREJUHT SERVICE
to make a successful run Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourln J. R.Saunders, be- paid--by.J.- 4. Richboiirg & Co. tt -De
I 4 wwn-
should supply themselves with a bot- A.M-Avery. W. ". Milton 0. E. Matha' .GOOD JUDGMENT; Ci' stVi w. Fla. :_ _- ,. -,. -
tie of PLUTO. Now is the season to cQTS PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHJ.
W. L. Conthon Dr. W. J. Hannah, -Kcnzlc Ocrtlng, Is the essential characteristic of men! -- COLA. CARRABELLE, ST. AN-
prepare your 'stomach and liver Alex "fr1c owln,- C. M. Covington, M. E. Clark. and women. Invaluable to good business 6QT. DREWS, MILLVILLE.
against all diseases. Pluto will do it. REWARD ,
men and hecfessafy to house $100 And all points on St. Andrew. Bay
For sale by all )jdruggists and grocers, Aoeeunts of Sinks, 'Individuals,Corporations end Firms SoBoit. wives. A woman shows good Judgment ; Carrabetle and Apalachicola.SCHEDULE/ .
wholesale. by Jas McHuga. Intsrost Paid Tim.. Deposits. when she buys, White's Cream i iVefi $100 reward will be paid for the arrest 4$4
Four ptr.cent on
and return Varn
FOR SALE-Second hand 25 H. P. .. if ge for her' baby. The best' to camp Leave Feiisacoia :Sunday, 8:30 p.
4t Cantonment, Fla:, of Alex Bellamy Mobile, AIL
boiler Will sell .cheap. Applj to worm medicine ever offered to mother m for
IL alias Easop Bellamy, negro who es: Leave Pensacola,
Method Laundry. ISAprll Many indeed are the sensible Tuesday, 8:39 p.
New mothers, whQ:write 'expressing heir. aped qn.AprU 26' 1906. Description m.. for SL Andrews, MUlflOe, Apt

FOR SALE-95& acres of land half .. gratitude for the good"health Qf.'their as follows:: Height 5 feet 11 inches, lacflicola, Carrabelle and intermediate.
mile from city northwest; 70 arfestimber : R.'mL'l'oN'W.BUSRNFLL O RBN-PasmUT.: ,&sarE RMANSFIELD T.: B. W&LL MO1lNO., vtai.PBuIDUI'A@J'-.O-u1UD children:,'which'they owVto the use'of; weight 1&5 pounds age 21, build medium points. -

.land, sub soil clay; 25% acres White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold ly) : dark, mulatto complexion erect For additional Information apply t]
wilder cultivation clay sub soil. Dr. Citizens National Bank ill bearing l largefiat; nose. Birth place J. R. SAUNDERS: !,
l druggists. '
T; A. LaFar '518.Gulllemarde.SL. '. 4. '. Marianna. Length'of feet 11% Inches, !D. R. COBB, Praldent.
7ot PeasacolAY1ot1t5. .. ',d' Gen. Frt and Pass. AftPesiacola. -
:2Aprll, 2w. D'ltEcroPos' .. .- '. J' small scar on left temple; two small Fit.:
scars, one above and one below right
PUBLIC SALE of valuable Titr pfpp- .:W,Wright.. Morris Be r. T.E.Welles. Eix M.Robi 1s>:!. L. Hilton Green.J nipple; large scar under left shoal. CHAS. VI&CO

erty-I will sell at public sale''at I A GEWCJT41 B4VXIJV6? BUSINESS. TRANSACTED. COFFEE der.blade 9% inches long. Sentenced 517 AND 619 WEST' BAY ST.. .- .
the west door of the court house oh -- for grand' Yar eiiy. 27apr3t JACKSONVILLE, FL ..

Saturday, April 28, at 12 o'clock,noon, _- I I .' .
the lot on the N. E. corner of W. .- -- .- EXCURSIONRATES .
Gregory. and Spring Sts-lot 158% feet -p---- Sir Knights, Attention! ,
Wit the Ploneai'C '
on Gregory 'St. and 224 ft.. on Spring ( ;T1 ';, CO. J.o.I are 5" %c1; Special conclave of Dannhe!
:! : c.Et.u5r:: Morris sser I
St.j and known as the C. 'M: Wilson ; : : ii e Roasters of \i/ Coeur De'Lion command .. ,
Wholesale anef Jt taU Dtaltr it efy. No. 1 TO I
lot C. B. Lewis Agt. haprlw
Anthracite West Florida. Knights Templar 7:33 (Formerly of Dannheiaser! Bros.)
Steam, Domestic, Pure' Old Rye and Bourbon. Fine CALIFORNIAACCOUNT
FOR SALE-Fine piece of property, C A.'L' p. m. Monday, April
and Reus Sts.5 lots and Blacksmith! .. 30th. Work in the Wines,' Beer and Tobacco"
cor. Wrrght *3'South Palafbx street Telephonfe 53.- of the !
Omc9-Na Dj-der. temple
with two houses; one house with 5 Old Hickory WhISkey MySpedalty Imperial Council, Ancient Arabic
rooms, hall and pantry bath room TaM corner. 'Tarragona and Gonialei l streets. Phone 6 and 37! IvIcHUGN'S ifI in full uniform. Sojourning Order Nobles of the Mystic

with toilet, gas In every room, hot rV -- -- -. ..-.. -. S Sir Knights 12 W. Zarragossa ,Street Shrine
and cold water. Two houses will renl Ml are courteously invit- PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA.

for $384.00 per year. Stablei fine .. ............ ........i9.......4................. have no qlJal.'A trial Hr iBiAi ed. '!> MAY 7th to 10th, 1906
tRY W. GIBBS, D. C. Tickets will be sold April 24th
lawn with flowers wire pigeon house _. .. ... ,
EilO with fan tail pigeons and rabbits. -- : will convince the connoisseur W. HBNRY NEBDHAM, Recorder. to May 4th, Inclusive witha

Call James.and_examine. Apply. .to 29aprli joe I IAIIS-LEY 6 COMPANYJ] that we Ecmbla Lodge, No 15, F. d A. M. Just Received I Ia The Rate limit from of July Pensacola 31st. to

make no extravagantclaims. Special communication of Los Angeles is $64.60.
FOR SALE-Full blood white W> '.Escambja.Lodge, No-16, F. & Proportionate Rates from
dotte eggs Beacon of Boston D-1 .- i < A. H, Friday April 27th. at fine line of Other Points.

U-SO setting of 15. Few .very dn COMMISSION BROKERS, 1 ; :.7.::3W' o'clock p. m. .Work in THE ROUTE.:-Is via St. Louis
cockrels ready for the yard. Address F. d degtee. Visiting brethren fraternally Fishing Tackle Casting and the "Scenic! Line of thWorld"
Chas.. Murray DeFuniak Springs Fla. I f. Wholesale and RetJ1'GROCERS .invited: '. viz: Missouri Pacific

l1inar1ml'O- t trmsi UJTETOENCIA STREET, PENSACOIA, Ft*. C.- D. BEYER; W. hI. Nets Nets and Denver & Rio Grande RailWays

SALE-Nice, clean old newspapers : ,. I W..G DAILEY..' e .Shrimp I ihrough Colorado and Salt :; J

at five cents a bundle. This of. Wires H. 0 and : : Lake City. This rate Is open i
flee. : Private H. Y., ,,- Chicago. | S REW NOTICE. Minnow Seines, for the public. I

roR and all 1 kinds of i iI Peed' Write for Illustrated Literature '1
SALEr-: shoe making and repair Neitherthe cataiowner Bait Pails
bl'g shop; established trade no consignee the Italian and Maps. i

Competition: good opening for good I!ICOnON.SIOCKS.CRAIN.PROVISIONSandBONDSiosfbit Ii Iil I StuffsFijilito a.r 'Pa.a1o Ang ld,wilt be !e- Large .8 ock!. of Ole'latest LOW RATES Witt also be : ';
made to Denver In
man. j. Mlndel. Bagdad, Fla.b'16t. & for debts 'contr .e- PHONOGRAPHS$ AND RECORDS July account
-. meeting of the B. P. 0. E., The :
Sid or for laYestmenLR8f et ty the "crew bf said .
: l;end (! on Margin ves- Large- stock c{ Educational Association
l : Nations! ,
vet .. .. .
FoR> SALE-Fiae hotel site; best sit- Water BOZ2O, TENNIS GOODS, S meeting in San Francisco, .;
uation In the city for a tourist hotel 'f fwwFhriiliHiaiiBdPeoplesBiiij.; ; t ( ( Phone 1173 j ; H. BAARS: : ,& CO., Consignees. COMPLETE. UNli BASEBALL. July Sth-13th and the National
130 feet fronting south by 172 feet ." < GOODS. 5- Baptist Convention, Los Ange-
deep on East Government street, over. ............. ....................... ........ : .NOTICE.a' GOLF CLUB/BALLS ANb BAGS. les, CaL, September 12th-19th. ;
and Retail CREW ,
Wholesale ,
looking : ,
square and
Adams .
street .. t. Neithertae Captain, crirner BICYCLES ,ArfD SUNDRIES/ ,
with'oped view of PenSc la
Italian Trav. Pass
consignee of the AgenfcChattanooga
$10,000 will buy th& azr
property ]
lapr. Woobfrom Co h1ps Canara. will be re- ANYTHING :v U WANT' I IN Tenn.
COAlL Hew Orleans Grocery
,CE and spon ftle for debt..contracted SPORTING OR ATHLETIC GOODS. 'i
by. the crew of said vegael.S .
: tire' : G..'B. R PETTO, Call o& 9t Wiit; .
AT WANTED-AN APPRENTICE -SIRL i Consumers' Ice and Fuel iJnipsnf Jas. McHugh Consigned to Master. Master. SKATING EVERY AFTERNOON

FALKS. 25apr I .Cii .e'.al1d Tanrtgona. J'h: ne,25i. i I F. B.; BRUCE THIS WEEK, 4 TO 6. LADIES AN8CHILDREN. -
Offlc rnef '
IKATWQ TONIGHT 8 TO 10:30 i Phone 105. Proprietor TRY BfsSO'S CREAM. PHOfNE 1326. SPECIAL RATM.'t .


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PAGE EISHt THE PEN3A 'OVA ':JOURNAL; ,::, FRIDAY' : MORNING: ,ARIL; i '27, 1906 u,_ < -
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1L-3' ': -r- 'CANDIDATES C : I N ND ,, co PTlUEi[ ) -BECOMING indescribable women approach' fear,with forAi an

r' : You Can [ PORTS] 'Vihol builds and keeps youup you,*. up MO1HER. nothing-compares with

: .the. and
!f i ; : pain! horror of
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;.bDL(ti.: ; Buy D [EMOCRATI C CAu1ft straight'games Shreveport after..succumbed winning ,Memphis nine- ,_ t SUBMITSReceipts; I of the suffering. and. danger in store for her, robs child-birth.the expectant The thought motherof

; yesterday. Birmingham- try att-pleajant anticipations-of'the coming event;and casts over her a

" .4:; umphed over Montgomery 'and what: shadow of gloQra;wmcb: .a mot: be, shaken off. Thousands; of women

1tl: CheaperClothes the -. Well, Little Rock actuallydid have found that the ua 'of Mother's Friend during.pregnancy robs! '!t. 'PRIMARY-Y cans defeat are still, New'alive Orleans down, In"and-Crawflsh-tbe.PeJi- 'REPORT[r T confinement of aU.pain and danger, and insures safety to life of mother

mi :{.' ville. '' t.'S. and child, 'Tiscieuifl c liniment is'a, god-send to all women at ths

All games' throughout- the- .country time of theirynost critical trial.. Not only does Mother's FriendcarrY

were close yesterday[and ths faas got wome, safely 'through the perils of' chil.d.birth"but its use
their money's worth. the for the coming event, prevents
I, pd'Sw gently prepares system
'I Entries are Closed: ep. 1 and Disbursements sickness! and other discomforts _

Iff'lf'; but For don't.your It toy won't than pay.ouj kind; I stake Beady to Be STANDING 'AND RESULTS .' Month of March Shownin Sold by. all of this druggists period.? !IJIIO 1 /1.. .1Il1iJ.1&a1rl/f"1lfA'ff 0

Nowhere can you waste money Pulled ,Off.I Detail. $1.00 per bottle. Bok'containing : "
so easily as on poor clothes :.\ Southern i ague; va1 ble. informatipnfree.- : llIJ 11 II'n

., p for boys. .,", ''" > Won Lost Pet. Our delicious Cod Liver. the Bradfield Reaalator-Co.. Atlanta.6.t .. rfiliI..&1fW&

t f 1- We have good clothes made COMPLETE ,LIST "O?' ASPIRANTSWHO Birmingham.12 2 857 preparation without! oil COMPARATIVE STATEMENT IS .
";;.4" 'f, for boys that ,can run and Shreveport. . ,;.lft( 3 757
t.Vi.I scramble tumble and climb- New Orleans f..8: 3 727 MADE SHOWING THE FLOATING ,
ARE ,ENTITLED: TO SEEK T. Better' than, 'oldfashionedcod : '
real live from ... .. 1 8 4i. -' <: '
f t4j hearty.boysat Nashville. ; ; & .
: emulsions ,,,,_____.__.______ ___
liver oil and ENDING FEBRUARY s"-l -
; ja4 $1.50 up to |10. They're .built THE VOTES OF. ELECTORS ONT Atlanta.. . .. iV8) 'T 417 : '
1;-11j! just like our men's clothes are Memphis. . .. ..4'. 7 :364 to restore health'for I:
':!f Ic" '? -good and strong and your MAY 1s.THE'FJELD: . ., IS A LARGE Montgomery' .. .'. i i ':3' ,9 250 28 AND MARCH 31-GENERAL One Hundred and Eighteen Widows

tta moneys worth always. Buy ONE. Little Rock.. ... .. ..:. Z 11 lM Old people, delicate children, (DETAIL STATEMENT ,
f your boys spring and summer ,
:*\o i1 ... clothes here. Fine line of .. ... Yesterday's Result weak run-down.persons, SHOWING THE EXACT CONDITIONS and others have acknowledged.
washable! toys' suits. I- Nashville 3, Atlanta .1... and after si kness, colds,
'qq: 1 The 'entries for' the democratic primary Birmingham 4, Montgomery'3.i coughs,-bronchitis:and ,all OF CTYSN.A.NCES.| \ Prompt Payment by The Equitable '
fi closed ,last night at 6 o'c'bckand
Memphis 5,.Shreveport 1.
throat and lung troubles. Following is the report of City
the great. political. sweepstake is Little Rock 6, New Orleans, 4. In settlement of-death claims through the Pensacola
., Comptroller Geo. T, Morgan for the '
open and the races w}ll be pulled off Try it on our guarantee. month of March of the present year agency' within the past few .years. The Equitable has
on May 15 according schedule South Atlantic League. council: at jisyer !failed to meet all obligations with promptness.Knotoles .
as submitted to the city
The Pet
4 John White Won Lost
% rain or shine, fast or .slow track. Augusta..8 2 800 the meeting Wednesday evening: Insurance Gen'l
of the .., W., H. White a Co. Pensacola.Fla..April 251906. 1- Bros. Agts
Chairman Frank Reilly Jacksonville .. ... .: 7 3 700 ,
PiJJI To the'Hon. Council of
Mayor and City Fire Life Pensacola
Phone ,
Store DemoCI1\tJc\ ,Executive. Committee, gave Macon. .' .. -.6 fi! 400 Pens col la. .
225. out the following as the candidates Charleston. . .,..4. 6 400 Gentlemen-Below please find statement, of _-__ 1LI ,
11- ** ** *'11 **'$ :\ receipts and disbursement for tke month of
Savannah.. .. i.4 ,6 400
1i f'IMtJ who are entitled to have their nameson ; .. March.. 1206 with a detail statement of the ,
205.207 S. the ballot in the democratic primary Columbia.. ._ .. .. ..,.? ,8.. ... 20QYesterday's 1* # expenses for the month; also a comparative .
....t; :;:, PALAFOX.ST.. : -------- ,::, "' i ** CASH PIANOS OR..EASY.T.ERMS.AND ORGANS. ## statement 1W8 and February of,the floating 2$.1906: debt-on March 31, ........O,-.............b...O... '.- .......-.......44.
:1-..1p 3rd 'DistrIct Result' N A.O A
---- Representative. In Congress. Work. Cash in 28: i :
,' 1 i :1 Savannah 3, Charleston 2. -,All.JCUUTTER.CRUSHING Piano: Guaranteed.,. # 1906 ....treasury-Feb............;.. ...... 162,11335 I
t1 Augusta 8. Columbia 1. # Receipts.March 1906 I Iron Works Supply Co.Manufacturers
William.B. Lamar., ;. Macon 5 Jacksonville ::0, # J2'EAST GOVERNMENT. ST. from licenses... ....:.......$ 313 88 f.I and I
f1i Tetley'sHalfpound Jefferson D. Stephens. *. .' ,PHONE--476. it J'rozntaxesISO4..... ......... 1,33m: '. f.
Railroad Commissioner.Vote .. *- '. f from tax's 1905............ .. 7,84128. .. ,an$ Repairers- MACHINERY" AND BOILERS,
-- :
National from fines pound fees and FORGINGS, ILL' AND) STEAMSHIP
j ( for Two) League.. ) !?*'*..**## -* *.*'*#**'* *'# costs........................ '1.22255 :: RE SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
/ .-' : AIS .A, .SPECIALTY. Prompt. attention given to. all orders,
Thomas J. Appleyar.dEd. Won LostPet. > : Miscellaneous...:.......*. ..: 169'$10.S7U8 ; :
B. Bailey. _'. New York. .. .-..10 3' 769 -, day, or 'night., gents .for Jaws :McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and .
Newton ,'A.. Blitch. V, Pittsburg . ;. .. 7 3. ::700 SAFES !I. SAFES !! SAFES SAFES i 1 Making.................... J72.48853 : Timber: Dogs,'also chains of all, descriptions. Office phone 123. Resi 4
Half-pound 30c 40c, 55c.: R Hudson Burr. Philadelphia.. .'. .. .\'.7S 583 The disbursements. were as .. dence phone (1029. P., O. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN Mgr. :
ActZ Justice of Supreme Court. Chicago. .. .. ..' .. .. 7 6 538 .Buy Diebold. Safes. W&rrantspaid..I follows: ............ 10,26333 ............t...,.......... ......................

Three generations (Vote for Two) Boston.. .. .. I. S. 6' fi. 500 Scarritt Moriio,. .Agent ...
:Balance cash in 562,22540
Thomas L. Clarke. St. Louis.. ..' .. 00 .6 5'500 treasury. ,
'" of su ctss.i Charles B. ParkhilLJameVB. CincinnatI.. .. ..6 10 333 EXPENSES MARCH. >

: W41t. eld. Brooklyn... .. .. ....>, z -10 167 BfeGorem MaT Go with Clrcas. Dept Police of Protecti Public Safety-n.- :+t........ .... ....... ....................
Joseph Tetley & Co, State Senator .' It was. announced recently by the Salaries of marshal deputy
John S. Beard. Yesterday) Result management of a prominent circus and police.: ..... ...........$ 1,54588
ii':; t1 1 London, England House of Representative.' .' Brooklyn 3. Boston L ". that.Terry McGovern former feather-' Patrol Station expenses..;.. ........ 124 iso 50 n i Usias1or Heating Water 1I i II '

>< iM. 0. Baggett New York 4, Philadelphia ?.. "weight champion of the prize ring, Feeding prisoners .......... 12650
_ _ rPlttSburg'St.
.. ......
:> Stock SO
Chas M; Coston.. r Louis, postponed. on. probably.would be seen on the.tanbark! pound expenses 140
jmdIncidental. 41- 84
Stationery 2,128
I' E. L. REESE J. MENDEL M.J. E.Jacoby: -:. -'' account rain.American with the show before.the.'summer en- Fire Protection: I 'Hot.weatller: : loses much' of its terrors to the housewife i J
Lpn g : League. 'gagement closes. With the little fight. Salaries of chief and I
; ; & Reese & Mendel Geo. T: : Qrgan. Woft Lost Pet. er will appear his son six yetrs old.Terry 'ployees---..... .em-.....11,82878 I It..r u"". .. .
Jerry J. Sullivan. *Jr. Philadelphia.. '.. ,. ..t 4' 600 Telegraph alarm repairs
recently '#isited the. 'circus in ......... .... .
: andrapenses :2500
Tax Assessor. St. Louis. .. '. ', .6 4 55) '
1 : The Home Tailors, W. W. Richards. Washington ..'. .. .. .'5 .,4 556 New' ;Jprk and 'wlth'hlm was Terry. Apparatus Kent and repairs.machinery. ...;... DOG Cook With Gasand

w! : "Tax Collector. Detriot... '. .. .. .;. ..6'4' 556 j .nlor.. Mc;;ovcI1! .took.especial' interest Sent houses of.truck..... ..and...<<.. .engine....... i
1J N.. McK, Oerting. Chicago.. .. '.'., .:::.5 4 556 In the. race. between Juan., and a Water rent;.....:.....::_ .8790 'I
f kw Builders J. S. Roberts. Cleveland.. .. .... '-'.'3. :. 4 ,429 boyi mounted on a ijorsfaj} : t1 pony respectively. [ncidenta\expenses.... 33772 heat:
'f S .1 County' Treasurer-. New York.. .. 00' .;$ 6 '400 .:.. .4 Y Ji'3K. Repairs and additions......... 694 00-1 3,09633 :yonr water for kitchen 'purposes and the bath :

;1fl It+i John G. Welsh,. Boston .. .,... ... .. ,..t. 6' 400 After the show.Terry ask d the management Salary Charities physiciut': ............. 5000 : 'with at bur a office p'$ water and see heater.both Will stove be and glad heater to have in call :

., ; J. E.. Williams. to: lutrpdnce him: to ,thi'rnioters ; Hospital expenses .... ...... 3125
j; of I Thos. F.. Wrighton., Yesterday's Result saying.h ..hata( pr posUion! to Medicines>..*........:..._ i860 t i
Membersof, County Democratic Exec, Washington 5, New-York 4. make. The little fighter was taken'to Trans. and care of paupers 12 45-T 112 20

iitive Committee. Boston 12, Philadelphia 0. :the promoters' office and ;alter a l little Total Dept. Public Safety $ 5,83817 f; : Pensacola-Gas Company i
I Archie Benton-Precinct No. 1. Chicago 3. SL.Louis 1. beating abQut the bush sadbe would Dept.Public Works:
I&& Wm. Archer Precinct No. 2. Detroit 3, Cleveland 2. \ Streets crossings,etc...... $ 2,59144 ,
Men'sFine to an..engagement with ,the t ,
f H. ,T. 'Pursell-Precinct 3": Indoor Bastbill.The like : get Streets' cleaning..,... .... WOO ; ; Phone 148. ,24:and 27 Garden Street. i
Nol circus. It the, terms'w'erejight The 8tre t*,lighting...... ...., 90881
A. C. Tippin-Precinct.'No.. 4. public invited' to attend a Sewers. clean and flush- t. ....... .. H4...4.....4.4. ...
:; ::4 circus, man asked., Terry what he .... 14. ..............
J A. 'H.- Bailey-Precinct, No. 5. game of indoor basebal .at the Y. M. in g. .......... ...._._ .. 3000
} thought be could do,: McGorern replied flrbar. removal unA rliaposaf. -
C. H Jackson-Precinct. No. 6.M. C. A. 'tonight to which no admission -.
;/ that he. believed hie and his son wouldbe :, :: ::===-:: 23800
I '1:. McMillan:"'Precinct No. 7. will !be. charged. Children. wIll not Public buildings! repairs
4:1 a"big attraction In bore and ............
:. OHv WhIte-P' No. 8.Bud be .admitted unless accompanied'. : by ; a pony and expenses. 2778 I- '.---1.
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:f,'t< \ Proctor Pfeclnof No. S. their.... parents. .race .The idea appealed to the magnate < Total Dept.Public Works. $ 8.88103
1. N. J. Brewton-Precinct No. 9. This game is between the Young .., and he asked'wb., to-the. terms Dept.General Expenses: ,
Clothes. E. Ward-PrecInct No. 10. Men's team and the Boston Brown's. would be. Salaries of Gent officers .. #500)(
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i.. t z W. H. Godwin-Precinct No. 10. Both are good clubs and a fine game \ ."FJve.hundred dollars' a .:week," was Insurance ........ .... 100 2186 00 .
J F., 'No. be the ,, Bailey. said fie would Legalexpenses. .... ....
; ;1f New and uptodateme ol: Spring Rig'by--Preeinct. 10.) may expected. Game called. answer. St&t1onery'L;_. 102 0 .
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and Summer Suitings and Trouser, W. C. Williams--Precinct No. 11. promptly at 8 o'tlock. I consider, the proposltIon.Should the Incidentals 16855 '
It; ; Ings. M.\ A. Touart Jr.-Precinct No. 12. In additIon'th ladies of the' Y. M.'' offer be accepted it is safe to say Mc- TotalDept.Gen'l expenses --t 1.05T40 '

Suits from $17.50 to $50.00. F. B. RadcHff-Precinct No. 13. C. A. Auxiliary will be. in attendanceand Cfoyern and his boy a draw XxpenseBond Trustees '
ti Trousers from $5.00 to $15.00 Jas. MoHugb-Precinct: No. 14. will serve refreshments'. In' the Ing card on the programme. In the Sewer i Ian and expenses 1,512111

;Jt.. Join our Gentlemen's Suit Cluo Wm. A. ,Dimham-r-Preclnct, No. 15. cafe. 'i ;eVent" of his 'signing with the circus City hall.option.........and.. ..expenses .... 6368 '.
A;:c4{ Costs only $1.50 per month for pressIng : 'o W. B. Hvb'bard-Prec1nct No. 16. : McGovern will give tip ,the fighting Advertising sewer bids.... 562
; }-tr L and small! repairs. H. C4 Clopton! -Precinct No. 17. TRY BOSSO'S CREAMi-PHONE: :1326.Tetley's game for good.

; tr4! Dyeing and Cleaning of men's ancwomen's I M. 0 B.aggett--Preclnct. No. 18. '\ Total Expenses.....<,.....Bond......Trustees ......- 1.57185
{ j. Clothes 'a. specialty. .. .....y, .Precinct No. 19.
Jockey Radtke a .Wonder. Dept.of Health:
1tij Give us a trial We will appreCiate t Mark 1\lcOurdy-Prec1net No. 20. Herman Radtke, 'the Jockey who has Salaries of insoectors ...... 24000
rtiJ your business. Joseph Trammell!, .Jr.PercinctNo. Salary of clerk ...... ...... 150
been 'causing a sensation at Oaklawn, 8alary'of health officer... .. 60 00Incidentals. ,
\' Fri PANAMA HATS CLEANED AND 21. Hot Springs,. Ark., by his remarkable .................. 860-S 803 SO
W. H. Mafo-Preclnct No. 22. ,
\" BLOCKED. Tea riding, has established what looks suspiciously ,
H. C. KiUam-Precinct No. 23. Total Dept.'of Health
\ "I REESE-MENDEL TAILORING CO.. County COl1Jml aloners. : like a record.; This .young Taxes refunded;............ 1940,
l Phone 675. 11 N.. Palafox St. Jas. M, .Andrews-District No.3. Mar. 1906.
Total expenses 112,17585COMPABATIYl
,\,)>.,.. iJ --------_-- A. C.: Blountr Jr.-Dstrlct: No. 3.W. The taste for Tetfey's .every.ope of the races thus .far runthatthere '
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-J'\'\ ... ____________-_-_-_______ P. Bro.wnson-District No. 4. -1 ** .' has teen'a general'expecta Items.. Mar.31, 1906.Feb.28,1906 i3qi.p ,
.<; r rt H. C. 'Clopton District No. 4. .tion of seeing his number go up. Interest- on bonded debt..... ..$, g44 50 84450

John ). rrlti--lDlst'rlct' No.2. is the most oil/ Up'to a recent,date' Radtke. piloted Bills Pensacola payable Water.....Co....................... 9,20000 4.25SW 9.20000 8,886651 .r ,
tJJ; J. B.' Roberts-District No. 1. the ist9uishIngtofal',of thirty winners' J"ocountaplyable -........ ....... 7,87U8 6.53037 .4 I,.,

CLOTHES; W. A,.:.Siielbyr-'DJBtrict'.Nb. 3. tured taste in.tea.) : under wire/wnile4four.of his Tot&1ri....................... 21,87192 $19,47175 _
Wm. J. Sinnott-!District No.2. /
mounts have in'second and six
come I(All of, respectfully submitted.GEO. ,, '
James .LStw rcr-DIsttIet 'No.5. '
::4.t laudedthir&- t T.MORGAN.

..-!\ t11); ...0 F... C.John F. A.Zeek"Wiggins-pistrict-District'Nb;.'1.No.. 4. .........................: It is but a year ago that this boy Comptroller.
came into prominence at the Latonia ,
t b County Board of Public! Instruction. : '. _
track: where he 'rode'winners with a
r, 11 Wm.W. M.E.' 'reon--.D1sfrlct' No. 1. : frequency that opened the eyes of the Florida and Alabama I ./ 'I I
'f .< Agertpn-District No. 3. I F. S.
;;.1 f',:. QUALITY H. G.. De-SUva:-District" No! 2. | Mellen.&Qot' race followers"to the faet that a new '
:'t", LAND COMPANYManufacturers
fn ,. W. B. Hubbard-District. No. 3. tar In the, matter of furnishing winners '
S. Supervisor.' "R gistration' Electors t had' arisen on the western hori-, 4 _

I&& W. M..J.;Scott, ..;: of
ton.At and Dealers In '
: Rustic* Jof .eace. But, the close of the season at the I II '_
fr ;'" J. L. .B n- OJsir'et' No.. 2i Kentucky track he traveled through I LUMBER'SAWED CYPRESS SHIN. I Ii

1it Clothes!, don't make the man: J. D. ss-Dntr1ct; No 2. | THE:VERY,BEST the'middle west and then'Vent to toe i GLES AND, KILN-DRIED SAP. I ffV
-i:4; : :; to be sure. but its about the J" Mol Har senr-Tastrict No. 5. ; coast and continued his phenomenal

3h': only thing nine-tenths of the Joseph E. .Hanks-District No. 7. of .0 perfonnances, after 'which he went t9 '
li1 : people we meet have to KO; fcy. R.. L., :NiJehelsen:...District No. 2. New Orleans and deepened the good "There's a Time and jjTIIL4,1e
The"man who does not make J. .S, Riiard-rDIstrct: No. 7. i '
Impression that he had originally .cre :
'" Everything.Clean .
'fl. < a good Century appearance is in badly.this Twentieth handi: Geo. J. Slocumb,. -District. .No. 2. ,,ated. PlaceforEverylWnfNow's Qcct41lts, _
Jlj-ST. From the Crescent' City ,traCk be '
capped. .
f : drifted to- Hot and he simply '
Springs -a-
:\\tSi"" vClothea are the, all important : your cough Is'nly) in the throat and heavy the Time
clipped White
r ; part of a man's make-up and does not trouble, you now. 'don't think Oats.No.. created a furore by his riding.. .'
n:$ It's Tight here that we come in. that it needs>o attent! n. When it : \ Radtke" is under.jnfraet to a west-
t"{t4' Our' $10 $12.60 $15 or $2Q has not had $. uch" 'p( 'a''start is the +! and- Shorts 2 White Corn. ;. pure. Bran'' ; era 'owner, J. O. Keen and the boy JOE COLEMAN'S
r Sprng! Suits are splendid splendid :- deck} }t The slightest cough Chick Feed : has up to the present done' all his workon

i. : t; specimens of modern tailor-, easily leads. ,to Pneumonia! Bronchi ; i articles for the consisting, '. of 20 the 'western tracks.. .
Iud'healthy .
.i tug.'t" tis and { :A bottle rapid ,
Consumptpa. .. .
f) .' ( otBallard's growth of : the'placeand _
t .Handsome,. stylish and correct Horehound Syrup will cure hatched.'Wheat. thenewjy DON'T PUT ,OFF I'-__
:; In) every detaiU that CQug7. ,The price.put!$ it within for tomorrow what you ian do today.It.yod J.WhiteRock1__ I
; :.4 t: The fabrics are the latest and reach of &n... Sold, by all druggists. i the hen. Mixed...:.__ Feed:' tor 'put-off .buylni'aoti1e of Bal- everything to wear for' man and
i we believe that we can please : Condition lfcrd'sSaow Llnlm nt.,'when that pain boy can ''be; found .there at prices that I
{"jj' t any'man with Spring .Suit, regardless TRY BPSSO<& CR M.PHONE' 1326. cow; !and poultry.Powder.' -Ior" .horae, comes you, won..t..hav.eany: ; a bot-? defy all competitors; The: 'American athletes now en !

g'tc4: of how particular t'' Conkey's Celebrat tIe} toda.A: pbsitiv'e curVfor'Rheu- Just a'Few More left route to Athens to compete for the
A! ?i' fussy he may . i. ,.n clothes. WIn.iUbiioll roupe:cure, :"cholera Mucles etc.. '1'; S. Graham of those |5.00 Panamas and an abun. In- Winning' international records
if ; j. We are as ready to show a$ $ ..8 Son. cure If gape cure in"and Uee'klUer' : ra irle Grove,.Ark., writes"; : dance:of'straw hats at from. 75c up !: ) y. the fact that WHITE ROCK was :
"Iit, to' sell Tetlcy's Teas served free(i in i us. live to'JV4-telephone- "I: wish to thank you ,tot, the good including1 the/ celebrated "Knox" at : selected: over all ,waters as the best
ij l If In results' i I: re eived. from Sndw Liniment. 14.00. JOf'tbem to drink while away from
!?l ly annex) by.',an. ,expert. Either 'neighboring. towns-write It positively cured'meof Rheumatism 'their.native sh6res.
: 4tons. SERGE COATS ,
,,i). I hot or i&&i ', "Ca11 at the Big -.t' :: after others! had( failed.,: Sold WHITE ROCK and buoyant strength
: by all druggists.,. 6Jngiaand double breast, for summer jo together. Ask your doctor: about-It.
1\1\ Store'and;try a cup: There is I toJ I jj wear; at summer prices, and a special-

2:,$ no ANSON flavor, fragrant-*and. strengthIn F. S. MELLEN A'swell?'-- line' -of' i Ladies' Oxfords / cat Jy line from line$3.60 of Sicilian to $10.and Silk '"Alpa- The Distributers l Lewis in Pensacola.Bear Co.Fla.,

TetIesj'eas. -' just received. Mall orders AIled promptly and sat
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I CASH CLOTHIER Phone i. Wm. Johnson & Son t irfactlon, guaranteed. .... '.
A swell tin'e'' of:Ladies'"ax" ;: < .

t, Corner Palafoi and MaID.41 fords,,,just received... I Pensacolii Fli" : J: TRY BOSSO' CREAM. P O'NE 132$. JDS COLEMAN

.S \ .''j'' _ .Wm Johnson & Son, .4................. ., : TRY BOSSO' ;'CREAM.-:PHONE 1326. '212 S. PALAFOX. __
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