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 28, 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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Associated Press. I $200,000.. Associated Press. on account of the discovery of improper -
This is Considered a Conserve !FOrt Worth, Tex., April 27Reportsfrom Reports, from Stoneburg says that New ,rl ears. !Atlanta April .-Mrs. E. M. relations between her husband That Says y is, What Burr is |
Bellevue, Tex.: today state that I the cotton gin there was wrecked by Stan .if.9r was today;,acquitted of the and sister, which was provedby
tive.Estimate.BUSINESS practically the entire town was des- the storm and several residences were murder, of her sister Miss ChapellAvhisenant letters she had discovered! be- After i
troyed by the tornado- which swept I damaged. No one was injured. IMMENSE THRONGS LINED THE on March 9. The trial tween the two. -
over the little city late yesterday.I Kidney Webb. chairman of a rel'.ef: (began this morning and the jury returned Mr. !tStandifer was arrested shortly ,
AND ',ESTABL1SHMENTSOFHALFA Thirteen people ,were killed and 'a committee organized at Bellevue, Tex.'1 ROUTE OF PARADE AND GREAT its' .ecision after fifteen minutes after the ]killing charged with disorderly -

number were seriously injured. has asked the Associated Press to ENTHUSIA'SM: WAS ,MANIFEST- deliberation.Mra conduct in accompanying the CHARGES THAT COMMISSIONER !
MIL After' the storm had razed every give publicity to the following: Standifer entered a plea of dead ''Woman to places of low char:
business building fire broke out and "Six hundred of our people are ED-ENORMOUS CONFEDERATE!rot guilty and counsel declared the acter. When th,3 trial was called he HAS UTTERLY FAILED TO DISCHARGE

LION PEOPLE UTTERLY DES completed the work of destruction. homeless and practically destitute. I.cleedwas committed ,under stress of failed to aipipear, forfeited his bond DUTIES OF HIS OFFICE. .
Only four houses are reported to have Thirteen were killed! and 'a number FLAG FORMED BY '- SCHOOLCHILDREN 'jaroaltlonaa' insanity. Mrs. StandEfer and his present whereabouts ,are
TROYED, 'LEAVING THEM DES- escaped destruction or Injury. The seriously injured. The entire town Is 'i alleged that 'she committed the act i unknown.: I AND IS ,NOW AFRAID OF DE
TITUTE-NEARLY FIVE MIL tornado covered an area of eight a heap of ruins the destruction being ,'"'
miles wide and destroyed, farmhouses, complete. Help of every kind is needed : FEAT IN PRIMARY.
LION DOLLARS HAS BEEN CON and crops. and this relief committee appeals BANK OFFICERS I ....

A carload of provisions has been' to the public: for aid. The committee By Associated Press. :\ cRcuJ: COURTYESTERDAY T TOJO Railroad Commissioner R. Hudson -
TRIBUTED FOR RELIEF. sent from Fort Worth,and tents were requests that all money toe sent to in this
forwarded from Wichita Falls. The' W. B. Worsham & Co., bankers, Hen- .New: Orleans, April 27. The closing ARE INDICTED Burr series recently of letters between himself paper ">t.*::
By,Associated PressWashington property loss will .probably reach t rietta Texas." day of th-3 Confederate reunion and Rev. W. A. Bryan of Washington .>4t'
April 27.--SecretarjMetc41f gave- fine weather and conditions for By'Associated Press I county, in, which it appeared that the a!
today reported by telegraph the grand parade of veterans, which Chicago, April 27.-Two indictmentsin NO[ latter had offered to help Mr. Burr In "'

to President Roosevelt the result of! The Franklin Celebration was held about noon to-day. Immense each case were 're'umed today his campaign for re-election if Burr
his inspection of the damage done ; throngs lined the route ofmarch against' former Judge Abner Smtb, would send him 100.00 txrbe used
the situation at San Francisco. He president of the defunct Bank of Burr then denounced
and for that
says the loss of life would be as treat Is Begun in Paris FranceBy down.Canal street and return America Cashier Jerome.Pierce! Vice Bryan who is himself a candidate
as anticipated. It will be Impossibleto a distance of about' two miles. President Sorrow and Director Creel I [ [ Y 'for re-election to the lower house of '

determine the exact number killed, Under the stars and bars and sur- man. The: first :Indictment alleges I II the state legislature, as a "common

but a conservative estimate placesthe I Associated Press. a vast crow! massed on the square lounded on everyside by national fraud in obtaining a charter from the i. grafter."
number not above three hundred.I Paris, April 27. The 'Franklin where 'the statue of Franklin overlooks colors colors, about six thousand I state and' the second charges conspiracy In reply to;Mr.'Burr's charge, MrJ3ry
Not more than four hundred are ser cekibrat'on, preceding the unveiling the esplanads and avenues grizzled soldiers marched and were to defraul the public and: an sends The Journal the following: '.

ious!)' injured at the hospitals. Thereis of the statue of Benjamin' Franklin, leading up to the triumphal arch -and: leviewed by General Stephen D. Lee I stockholders. anj depositors of the: Heads of Families Residing on I Chipley, Fla., April 26, 1906. .'
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necessity at present for additional to Paris hank. Editor Pensacola Journal:
no presented by American the Seine. Ambassador McCormick Commander-in-chief and General E s- j,
doctors or nurses. I tanker John '''H. Harjes,' was !begunIn telivered an address and was follow topenal, grand marshall of the day, Naval Reservation Entitled I have no desire to aid in the free
Regarding; commercial losses he, the palace of" Trocadro this af td by Mr. Harjes:, the donor who who with his staff, led the proces BREWER INDICATED advertising of one who has totally
says the conditions are appalling. The I ternoon and continued later before made a! brief spsech of presentation.; sion. General Lie: .superbly] mounted failed to discharge his duty to West '
business and Industrial establishmentsof followed and ladies of the various to Exemptions. Florida as a Railroad Commissioner,
half a million people have disappeared -', .' organizations! in carriages and old FOR.PERJURY and who now scared to his wits ends
leaving them destitute and MANY PENSION soldiers in divisions formed the great, for fear he will be retired to the
the complicated means of transportation 5'I mass\ of the long1 line. I INTERESTING CASE SETTLED BY shades of. private life resorts to the
ASI BY Associated Press. i
: Indispensible to daily comfort of UNANIMOUS W 'The Tran'1-Mis, :isSippf'Division 1 r contemptible methods of trying to besmirch -
New 21.-Wm. J. Brewer
York April
bait a million. people are totally des: BILLS PASSEDBy was led toy: General Cabelf the Tennessee former president of the Washington :AN OP1NPON RENDERED BY I the good name of a fellow citizen II
troyed. The entire telegraph and Department by G n: ral..cem. I I and if possible even at the sacrifice ,;
.. Life Insurance Co., was indicted today 1UDGE CART.ER-C1.ERK PRE;
telephone systems are destroyed and I .. ent A. Evans, ana): this Northern Virginia of every confidence, ride into office. J
I( for perjury. The charge' is based on
practically every municipal 'building Associated Press ; army by General Cirine: PARING STATISTICAL, COURT, .' t'\i'
to the
gone. REPORT[ OFTHECOMMTEE f [ Washington April .-After passing Walker. Marine 'from the cruiser I of a report insurance in 1903, in superintendent which it is alleged !( It is not what I have said in the 1'
The citizens, committee, Including ,favorably upon ,315 pension, hills Columbia. and the National Guard of Brewer"made It that the ,ilNRORMATiiON! -,NEWS OF THE I correspondence cited that raises the ''
almost all 'business: men In the city. the'honsetoday took up the, Consideration Louisiana' S d the p .tJ appear blood of the Railroad Commissioner,
of ,
company a surplus 200,000 DIFFERENT TRIBUNALS OF
is working harmoniously, and has of the agricultural appropriationbill '!'At .o"'Ciicle.'hel'3'- the parade but lt'.is his, alkxrasnmtog: desire to :;
where of
there was deficit. 80,000. '
speedily brought order from chaos: Mr. Williams, of Missssipprtak-: turned,an enormous Confederate flag JUSTICE.: pone as the friend of the people when
and sanitation is receiving special at ing the floor to reply to yesterday's was formed by grouping hundreds of i her has not been of any service to or

tention. addresses on the tariff., '\ ,school children. AMERICANS LEAD shown the interest in Washington
The fortifications are practically \ There was cheering by tha:marchers Thg: spring term ofthe circuit county and West (Florida] that he
uninjured but there is some dama'ge to when General 'Lee left the court of Escambia. county adjourned I should have shown and he wants the
the buildings at the Presidio. Tn J COAL OPERATORS parade at Canal l and Camp ;streets ATJITHLETES. yesterday. During the term which few votes of my political enemies. He !
mint and appraisers buildings are Members of Franchise Committee and from a stand reviewed the has just terminated Judge Carter well-knows' that his tirade against me

practically intact, 'but the sub-treas: marching thousands. disposed'of nearly fifty cases by ver will be a sweet morsal under their ,
ury is destroyed. Opinions Issue Card in Reference toMayor's REJECT ADVANCES Athens Grace ;April 27.-The con I' dicta, continuances and dismissals.Deputy tongues. He also knows that men cannot

differ as to the amount of injury to King Edward at Naples. tinued success of American athletes in' Clerk Aymard, who officiates and will not lay down their bus
the Olmpic games is causing- some ill in the court as the representative committees
the postoffice. It is not believed the Statement. iness and serve on carry
vaults of the sub-treasury or any of By Associated Press Naples.: April 27.-King Edward feeling among the Greeks, although of Clerk McMillan! is preparing ballot boxes, conduct primary elec-
the banking institutions suffered mater New York, April 27. The anthracite end:: "faeen: Alexandra arrived here 'generally excellent: temper has been statistical information concern- tions, distribute literature post hand
al damage. coal operators committee announced to-day from Messina, after a stormy shown. ing the workings: of the tribunal during bills, hand out platforms, even rail ,
The believes the postof Mayor Bliss's statement publishedin today that they had rejectedall voyage. It Is feared they will be unable The acquatic events were not con the term. road commissioner's platforms, for '

fice will!secretary require five hundred thousand ., yesterday's issue of 'The Journal the latest propositions received on account of the weather to cluded on account of choppy water. naught. We pay for these serviceswe -
dollars for repairs and the mint in reference to the Florida' Blanca from the miners which were presented make their proposed ascension of Americans figured prominently today Entitled to Exemptions. are not trying to (Ibuy votes either,
fifteen thousand. I j wharf franchise, brings out the following yesterday. t Mount Ve:uvius. I in the results., I The case: of M. A. !Chambers versus as he so laboriously tries to make it
members of the Consolidated Grocery Companyand
card from two appear.As .
Secretary Metcalf learns there has
been no discrimination in rendering -the franchise commutes: Welles-Kahn Company terminated : for Mr. Burr's denunciation of
lid Report Unanimous. Jn a verdict, practically in favorof me, I am quite as competent to de-
on of color.
account race or
the complainant. It will b3 remembered -
Cases of crime and violence: are extremely MFiensacola 1 Fla., April 27, 1906. .! that Chambers, through nounce him as he is me, and awaitinghim
''rare and the health of the "Editor Pensacola! Journal: at Tallahassee is my opinion of ,
; JAIL his attorney: city is r remarkably good the stories of "''Referring to the interview' with LtI petition asking that injunctions be the would-appear-tobe-JHigh-and-Holy.

pestilence and epidemic being without Mayor .Bliss published in your paper '. : i.ouad'against respondents restrain- Railroad Commissioner.I
foundation.The this morning desire to inform I icg them from Issuing garnishments do not need the space of our great .;
nsacoia\ West Florida newspaper to further my
and the citizens of P
secretary strongly urges that you against him, claiming exemptions as
congress at once appropriate a sufficient that the franchise committed was i I .- Ji: "":", the head of a family in Florida. The political interests at this time. If I
I' ij it will be by democratat
to the unanimous in their report regarding) Chambers am defeated a
sum repair damages to the ; : ll IJII point in question is that
ptfbl'c: buildin'ss and rebuild the sub- the Florida Blanca Street wharf I A 1 1,, resides on the naval reservation and ,the hands of my fellow democrats,
.treasury. He will inspect the damage franchise.! j I 11111 U II it -Ras questionable whether or not and I shall, immediately upon the re
done in other parts of the state and "'\1'e think that this..explanation is IIIl4 A L-? could claim the exemption he turns of the primary interest myselfIn

report later. due in: justice to ,Mr. Muldon."Respectfull .- -li 11 l Ifll J U Il (I1 j jli asked. Th'is' ; was settled by an opinion theelection of the whole ticket
If the white democratic electors of my
of Judge Carter, who ruled: that
NEARLY FIVE MILLION SOL CAH. Chambers was entitled to exemption county see fit to honor me again I .
FOR RISCO SUFFERERS JAS. McHUGH.' as the head of a family under the will not be "bossed" by anyone-not '
I laws of Florida. The case has been even the great and pure R. Hudson
San .; lit will be remembered:- that the. withdrawn and the cause amicably Burr, but will always be ready to
Francisco :April 27--Chairman i
committee, which is composed of Al- t
I Il settled. obey the wishes of my people as beat
Phelan, of the finance committee r
aermea Muldon, Oahn and McHugh,i I can.
of the Relief Association and Red trought in unanimouS recommendation .! Federal Court As for the charge he makes that I

Cross money funds contributions stated today received that the, to the city council at the // Clerk Marsh is*'busily engaged in am a "grafter," it is an unfounded unqualified -
to last
tight riveting Wednesday; evening to have Sh preparing: the docket for the federal untruth for which he is wholly
J4.931.038, of which wharf in which
the Florida iBlaaca ,
fcl court which convenes In regulars responsible. His efforts to feet
was contributed locally ; Bliss. and associates are interested
Mayor ( sion next Tuesday. votes by these methods will re-act t
: The recommends
his own head. Not even my
FOUR : upon
SQUARE MILES! were approved. la the state-
tions Suits Filed. enemies give him their support now
WERE BURNED OVER rant: referred, .Mayor Bliss, it is City of Pensacola vs. }olrs. Kate since they read the character of the
alleged, charged in ,flect :that 'Alder- -. a r Fay appeal from city court. man in his deliverances. He Is not
San'-Francisco April 27.- factor
En. the
City man Muldon] was moving 'Minnie W. Eagan \'. Sam Sanford worthy of confidence and has uncovered -
Kineer Wood has made a map 'of the in stirring inp' the opposition' to his! '
burned and Louise Sanfon; foreclosure. the fact.
district which shows this area v/harf Interests. .-Malinda C. Stahl vs. Chambers F. W. A. BRYAN.
to a fraction. 'less than four square i ; Stahl. petition for alimony.

STUDINTSMAY ; .It: M. Davis vs. Paul Peters and
Helen E. Peters, foreclosure. OHIO THIEVES

The docket before Judge Laney in
San Francisco April 27. -Many of the recorder's court yesterday morn- /
-an Francisco's homeless people r i lag was unusually smalL In fact one
camp ed in the parks squares and vacant By AssociatedPressNew of the smallest in months. :It con By Associated Press.
lots York April 27.-A,. special to 1 V rt Ii Columbus 0., April 27.-The bold
were awakened early today ssted: of four cases three of whlc
y the rains dripping through their the Herald from' Eastqn, Pa., says that! ere' found guilty and one suspend- ness of thieves in Columbus was de -
"nproTiihed because they were adjudged' guilty veloped today when the police discovered -
tents, which afforded ftd, >Tb.3 fines amounted to $11.00and
POor Protection against the heavy'down of hazing the casa! of 'eevenseniors i I II costs. a 1, 000 pound safe belongingto
pour that began about 1 o'clock and one junior and two sophomores !I Beckur & Bros. general store and I
continued for several hours. Drenched of LaFayette: CQl1e e'have been, f saloon in the south end, along the 1

iL the skin by the raIn, and bedding indefinitely suspended by the faculty} CANDIDATES AT Hocking Valley tracks, three blocks i
town by 9 o'clock ; from the store. The thieves had deliberately ;
uoroughly soaked many persons and ordered to leave .
were driven In nearby houses for shel-I this morning.-, j jI ";-; MYRTLE GROVE ," rolled the heavy safe aloe; I
ter. I I Members of the upper ,class have i the road for three blocks and,prying

Although the various camps were 'banded themselves too resist the susI ,.,;':' : It open got $500 in cash and a certified
'bunch of candiates descended
better I faculty A big check for $2,000.The cash -
pension and have requested the reg.
prepared for the storm than for :: :
several to reconsider their actlon.In the I :- ,.. upon Myrtle Gro''e'last night and presented ister was found alongside the safe.
days past hundreds of tents,
their claims for office to fair
baring been event ,of a refusal It la believed that -:< ? a
received and! put'up .::. who addressedthe
a flee -the last storm still there are. the seniors, juniors d sophomoreswill I .. ,' ; '" crowd. Among those Overdue Vessel in Port.
thousands who'are go on strike and refuse to attend ::;;.,.-. ,; gathering were John S. Beard, Victoria B. C. April .The British
proper < John G. Welsh. Thos. IF. Wrighton J.
shelter steamship Beacon Rock, long
Wet and who shivered In their ( E.:Long' M. Jacoby, J. J. Sullivan, Jr., overdue 'With a cargo of general

clothe the ,nlny trying to get warmer Dry Dock Dewey in Suez Canal. t p Jas. M An.drews, Wm. Shelby, N. merchandise, arrived to-day. The
ceased, by walking or
McK. L. Nichelsen and J.
Oerting. Rock which left
Beacon ,
Were huddled Port Said, Egypt, April _.2?..Thu<< Liverpool
around camp fires.Presido.'United States dry dock :Dewy, on IF THIS "STRONG' ARIT .wo>ULt> XLfR -\f I THE RECKLESS AUTOIST. INSTEAD OF- THE D..,Goss. J. Ed. Williams, did not at.ten'd nearly a year ago, was ford backto
suffering was at the ,her way to the ,Philippine Islands in r. ..,\ .- 's,-, ..* : .'. i the meeting owing to the death Montevideo, where, three mentis

'd"'e"'ed oa Page Eight) tew, entered! ) the- Suez Canal :t-daYi USUAL! tiS UJL RN& 'I. f ', : of Mrs. A. E. Kelly, a relative. was spent In making rejeirs.j .

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4 l COFFEE The Journal's Short Story i DELTA I Tetley's ers will for be received the City by of Pensacola the Board, of Florida Eoai

; 11. : ;; : ( "Tea Trustees, at the City Hall, up to u
i I o'clock noon of the (First day of Jan9AVD.
1 1906. Proposals to be address:!
Mh We are the Pioneer i Special to The Journal. ed to L. Hilton\ Green. Chairman
Latter Sphinx | Tea is too ot
Jir 1 Cpffee Roasters ,ofIt4 I "' I 4 Day Delta, April 21. t5s Dora Clark the Board of Bond Trustees, endorsed

and the Misses Parazin spent sev- '"Proposals for Constructing
fine to be spoiled in Drainage
; ; West Florida. BY ZOE ANDERSON NORRIS. | e ral days in Pensacola test week and Sewerage Systems."

guests of Mrs. Everett the making.I The work to be done consists of
Norris.I .
1905 Anderson ap.
Copyright, by ZQC
j4 The many friends of \Mrs. Marvin proximately 25000 lineal feet of storm.

t, j CIH i i 3* 3M *ire$7CANT j $ iii. I i iI Merritt 'will be glad ",to know that Follow the directions water drains from 66" to 10" in dam

BLENDS she is convalescent: after her severe Ler, which will comprise Section i

--"Whose it?'* I asked I llness of the (past week. Section will consist of approximate-

$tL I II In Cornelia'ilardman's say that I was prepossessed ,ward and touching it "I, have Jim Cannon, tha boy whose hand ', [y 42 miles of terra cotta and cast
favor fran
f !1 have I wear it before." ; was injured 'at the Escambia mills, li iron i pipe sewers from 24"
no equal. A trial the first! In spite of her excellent eeen you was In town Saturday, to have the 10 6'a!
diameter. for
the Proposals
This to Section
f' will convince the Introductions from some dear partly change treated. I Fears. 'are i
injured member
connoisseur which failed to trend toward ? be accompanied by a certifies
i.t '1.1 writer friends. There was in her nature y et. entertained that he mar lose NOTICLd for the
::11 -! that we ness, and partly to know. The sum of two thousand
an Inexplicable something difficult Ome of his fingers. (2000.00), and
:,?-:' t .:' .make no extravagant ;to understand, a certain sphinx- terested me. Mr. Cal Tipin b suffering from an The Woolley Sanatorium only institute Section 2, must be accompanied proposals (or
: "It is a picture of my erysipelas.Mr. in the United States where the o> a
.1" 1 \ tike alm, an Impenetrability; the -wariness attack of his oldenemy certified check in the
sum of
:: :i- !' claims. ,of the animal that covers up ita said, taking the brooch off.and John Gates's big hog weighed Opium, Cocaine and Whiskey habits thousand dollars (J3.000.00)) thn check :<
f ing it to me. 4!42 pounds. can be cured without exposure and, !
tracks for fear of detection that looks c so deposited to be drawn
( : I held it in the light and in The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. with so much ease for the patient. Only I upos!
.? : Who'esale' and Retail upon the vorld as its natural enemy. ow, looking at it, at the dusky ; Louis Cawley was :buried J at the 30 days' time required. Describe ,a Bank doing business in the Citv 1 t
torn which it must conceal all things Pensacola, and made .
Whitmire cemetery on Thursday.Mrs. and I will write you an: pa\
? the dark your
.. eyes. afole the Board of Bond
I of concealment'Cornelia "It is something like the Henry ;Jones was a guest on opinion as to what I, can accomplishfor Trustee,
: t'w was.from the far west. She ; Mr. Joe Jone*: In Specifications and blank form of f
: } \ :iPpcahontas," decided I finally. Sunday of her son, ; you. Ask your family physician I. proposals can be obtained
as said to have had 'some little'success }' She ;went there to be to investigate. Dr. B. M. Woolley, 104 of eitherL.
;" witt her w rk of writing with a looks as if she might have a ,with her husband who is in town un N. Pryor Street, Atlanta, Ga.Teticy's Hilton Green, at Pensacola. or of
: \: and all!! kinds of Feed two. she Indian bIooc1""My der" medical treatment.The the Consulting En'gineer, at Wilmington .
magazine or Evidently wrote.
great-grandmother" child of Mr. and Mrs. Delaware; and full sets of pmn>
;', Stuffs, Always; upon her desk was a typewriter young I
nelia "was a beautiful Indian can be obtained at the latter's
Will Rutherford narrowly escaped a offics
into which had I
,. some paper I ompared her face with the severe illness or death recently' as a Your want can be readily; realized I upon the deposit of ten dollars:
"t ; been coiled. There were often nnfin- the brooch. The likeness swallowed a full bottle ($10.00), which deposit will i be
was result of having unusual method of selling. No returned
(-. shed senfences upon this paper. able-tte same straight hair, of cathartic ;ipills. Strange to say toy matter our upon the return of the plans
Water where live, we place
Pluto t you ,
}?t t However in evidenceone i in condition.
;f1 contradictory straight nose, the same. calm 1 the little fellow seemed to feel no ill one of our matchless pianos in your good
saw nothing of her work: In print- dosing. The right to reject any and ail
countenance, the repose of the ; effects: from his heavy home, the payment.for,same being actually bias: :
: that is I next to nothing. On the wall The continued fcty weather is playing would is reserved.
: : : subtle, watchful, alert to less than many charge
I. II Wholesale and Retail. < her sitting room a newspaper article possessing at the'fame: time an haroc with th-3 crops and guny for rent The Kranich & Bach, L. HILTON GREEN
dens in thisvicinity.. Unless Chairman Board of BondT. Trusree .
elaborately wIth photographs etrable calm the'lnheritance of Lester, Packard, Cassell and Clutterare -
the returns from seed CHALKLEY HATTON,
comes soon
taken by herself was displayed. ,
AJo ties of watchfulness."It pianos we guarantee.
The photographs] were good the article planted will the light. CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE, Consulting Engineer.:
Orleans Co. won't be long now,"- ,
fi flew Grocery Mr. and Mrs. Williams and their
I. mediocre. Pensacola, Florida.
Cornelia, "before I shall go to daughter, Miss: Agnes, uipent ,Salur In Escambia County Circuit Court

This was the sole specimen of Corn "But suppose you never day on the river fishing. They. State of Florida. In Chancery. Annie .

T4j Jas. McHugh h lia's work ever exhibited to me. him'? I suggested, a bit brutally. brought back a fine string of trout Thorsen vs. The unknown heirs

: She livedJn a three room flat at the pose he never writes to you and breainThere .- Legal Advertisements of John McCree and against all parties

1f1 1i :: Phone 105. Proprietor top of.a. great new building of flats in you to come." were services at the :Metho- claiming an interest in the West

miserable .. dist church Sunday morning and 43 feet of 1st 57
tii a neighborhood.After Thinking this over afterward Arpent Old City Oi
_ _
I r.1' :''I --- / our first, introduction there deavored to convince myself night, .the'ipastor! Rev. Breadiove, Pensacola. On Monday, the 25th day
;; see officiating: on the 12th day of May, or 'as soon of May, A. D. 1906, the defendant
were months that I did not Cornelia. It wIth a benign of are
1&i : Tetley's purpose thereafter as practicable, application
Miss Francis
The marriage to
required appear to bill filet
Then fhe called
upon me. her the of
ing against infidelity will be made by A. M. AVERY, 0. M.
Thomas; daughter of Mr and Mrs;
f against them herein. This order '.
t 1 After a little'in' her quiet way she placing her on her guard but I T. A. JENNINGS, W. y{. >
T :John Thomas, and !Mr. IRofbert be
ea I published once each week for
'fi'.', : poke of .a young German whom she quite succeeded. which ' have taken place on yARN C. W. LAMAR: and A. M. twelve ((12)) consecutive weeks in The

bad, met- I. Again she ,turned the quiet Easter Sunday, .has been inaeflnitely lAVERY. JR., to.the Governor of the Pensacola Journal, a .
newspaper published
,. 4 The. first India and They were engaged, she said. Soon trability of hr gaze upon me. I'OSt'pO1itd on account of the illness : State of Florida, for letters patent incorporating l in said Escambia County. A.

: f ji ,Ceylon tea tn America t they were to be married., "I think," ah&wd, "that I' of Mr. Hood. I them and their associates M. McMillan, Clerk Circuit Court oy
} She was glad.. She was very tired of stand ttat" Mr. Will Rutherford, while at work I in accordance with the laws of the L. G. Aymard, D. C. P nsacoJa. Fla ,

1Jlt1; -17 years old-was the constant work for magazines and But her cheeks were blot on Mr. Sanders home: last week, State of Florida of which application Feb. 22, 1906. 24fehoawl2wks.

: E newspapers, of trying to follow up her the tears that she had shed sU.peil! and fell from the roof. Al- the following Is a copy: .
,.I, ime and considerably shakan he T. A. JENNINGS C. W. LAMAR,A. M.
: ,
First that they would send her her money. was impossible to refrain Bureau of Supplies and Accoun,
;l'1i today.CHAS.BLUM&CO. sustained no serious injury. i AVERY, JR., and W. W. VARN, do I
Navy Department, WashIngton. Dr
The existence strain the ,
was a upon 'miring sticlf strength,of
Some god work is being done on hereby make application for letters
nerves of any woman. She often wondered or myself I went to make her until 10 o'clock a. m.. May 8, Win,
the Olive and Pass road.
!, ." t. ---- patent incorporating .us and our associates
.. >:!''11 how I,'endured It Except that I: visit some six weeks later. I "In the .spring young man's fancy in accordance with the laws of and publicly opened immediate!
.'.f2 j '. '\ wrote with such exceeding rapiditywhen her in rooms disfigured by ightly turns to thoughts of love," so the State of Florida under the following thereafter and naval, io hospital furnish, at Pensacola.the navy ya Fa.>1

I did write-I passed over the swathed the The of
; ( pets, by furniture. poet says. young men i charter:
1 implied inference that this was seldom "You are going, then?" I this community seem to find !solace 1. The name of the corporation is as specified, the annual supply of e'a.
coke charcoal and
wood for
the fis
iR;] -she Vas sure that I would succumb. "As soon as l' can get ; ,i for their woes, in strolling throughthe AVERY HARDWARE & SUPPLY I I calear ending June 31907.. Applications !"

With that she arose and extended mean I haps next week, perhaps the woods with their friends COMPANY, and Its principal place of for proposals should
'w invitation to meet her fiance. As she of gathering; wild! flowers and otherwise :business is the of Pensacola In I
this I City
am selling things
't my to Schedules 506, 510, 511, 512 and ;3H)
the of theE'prIng'
pt.1 _j j; stood In the light of the window I observed I bit I thought at first that I ) I: enjoying time of life.,delights EscamWa County, State of Florida. Blank propoasIs will be furnished!

.t the ,CTOwlike blackness of heroair buy m/ wedding clothes here, 2. The general nature of the business 'application to the '.
;' 1 wj !! : Mr. Arnold: Cooper has returned to upon navy offi( ",
1 1 I 3 withou 'a curl, the straightness other are much less expensive in Cscambiar county, to make his home to !be transacted by said corporation Pensacola, Fla., or to the Bureau. II.

n hose/a peculiar pallor that was not: will meet me.there. Are yon after a residence some time in is the carrying on, at Pensacolaana I T. B. Harris, Paymaster General I"
",:* of New York in her complexion. will light the ,gas flre." And, I II I MississippiMr. : elsewhere .In the State of Florida, S. N. 4120621.SDIRECTORY() !
i .of the business of buying and selling
:\ ,, Prompted more by curiosity than I ing a match to the logs, she i Steve. Hendricks expects to hardware, railroad and mill suppliesand
1 ,. anything elscr-I accepted her invitation I the bare rcom. build in the near future on the site
; A and in.due time made a visit to her, Wd sat In chairs before the" : of hisold home, which was destroyed and 'merchandise any other kind of goods bought wares and

?: )\f 4 flat, 1' 1imbE'd six breathless flights,;I ,logs. toy! fire some time ago.MrVt old In the carrying usually on of such busi .
and Whitmire Jones and wnW.JrflrrJoppa N """"
part light part dark, and entered. "I think I shall have two very :Mrs. ness, and to own and operate saw mills
EWe: in 'With Mr. and No. 6 1 0. 0. F.
son ,
1 company Lodge ,
lkfle:: I was amazed at sight of the young dresses made stills roads ,
some in Paris, and turpentine tram ,
] ,
Mrs. R. E Jones and children; spent Joppa Lodge, No.6, I. 0. 0. F,
German with whom she was infatu lemed-"one black, the other Sunday 'on' the bay, at Escambla steamboats' tugs, barges, schoonersand meets every Tuesday evening at 7-30

'.; ;.:" -I:' 4' J ated. I: compared the two, resting myeyes >oth of lace. 'I hall have them'i4'I Station. Mr. and Mrs. Kim Whitmireand : other vessels, and to do all other o'clock at Rafford Hall, West Garden

,'.: ; I __ &0ek first on one and then on the other, ; plainly. Alfred's fatter Is : eons of Milton met them there. acts and things usual, customary or St. Visiting: brethren are cordially in
Tears younger than Cornelia, apparently -., A lunch convenient to the successful operationof I
t ( He goes to the baths twice a : sumptuous was served, picnIc vited.
tf : he was also far her inferior in point I shall go with them, ot.c9 rse. fashion, and a quiet but enjoyable such business. T. H. FLEETWOOD, N. G.

... : of intellect. I was astonished that she been studying Schiller; Heine, I niiay: was spent The "Milton party 3. The amount of capital stock: J. W. GINGLES, Sec

,) ;f could for a moment consider him. It German poets, so as to'be well return .on tha 5:30 train. authorized is One Hundred and Fifty 3ljan6m.
." :Mrs.. John Cannon Thousand Dollars ($150,000.00)), to
M have been that his lack of knowl spent Saturdayin
:,.... '1 in them when I there."I .
; ,.. 617 AND 519 WEST BAY ST, get 'Pensaicola be divided into fifteen hundred (1500)
edge of the language, accentuated his have been Pensacola Lodge, No. 3, K. of P.
pJ JACKSONVILLE FLA. studying I[ shares of value of One Hun
'Mr. J. the
; ;j A. McKinnon' was a guest par
intellectual inferiority, but before I had meets every Monday evening at 8
f. rubbing French.
i: up my over Sunday, of friends in Pensacola. dred Dollars ($100.00)) each; seven
.ff o'clock at their Castle Had!
1I< made adieus I found temporary
myself! regretting
my -
t want his American wife to ; hundred and of
J 'J Mr. Lemmel Williams waa: in Santa fifty ((750)) the said I Pou stable W. Intendencia St.
the fact that American over ,
; an woman, good Impression on his people Rosa county last week, loking after shares to be. paid for In property, to- Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.J. .

K:i Morris Dannheisser particularly an American woman gifted concluded, her dull eyes on the .his stock. wit, 'goods, wares and merchandise;; A. KIRKPATRICK, C. C.

with the ability to write, could so "You anticipate no Mr. Ed :Williams, who with a corpsof I the residue thereof in lawful moneyof H. HORSLER. K. of R. & S

.i: f:,. (Formerly of Dannheisser' Bros.) descend. The difference in intellectwas the fact that he is younger than engineers, has ben at work in L the United States.

"f.. ',; : pure Old Rye and Bourbon. Fine not my sole regret The difference saId. "Such marr1age seldom Santa Rosa county for some months I 4. The term for which said corporation A k Meetings of the

,t'. :: Wines, Beer and Tobacco. in their heights! ''Cornelia was exactly for happiness." spent Sunday with his parents. ,. shall exist is the period of nine Knights of Columbus!
"one foot taller. The committee of arrangementsfor ty-nine ((99)) years. held
t.i' are at their had,
;., ,, ''Old Hickory Whiskey Specialty Strange to say,. it seemed that at In told"I never borrow unhappiness I the picnic to be given by the 5. The business of the corporationis L's4 No. 8 West fat ende:-
""Ii t
.:: '. c 12 W. Zarragossa Street tervals,,she felt the necessity of my me. Knights,of'''Labor at Parry Pa'-s, May to be conducted by a President a cia street, on eVeYMonday
This rebuke afflicted me 5th is sparing no ''Pains to make this
1...: } PENSCAOLA. FLO IDA. ; Vice President and a Secretary and I evening at
'o,!'t presence and the need of turning me I was silent studying the fire. picnic the, most successful of any Treasurer, and a Board of five (5]) 7:30 o'clock. Aa m-

Into a confidant of both somrar and looked at her. There was no previous one given by the lodge. The Directors, to 'foe elected at the regular 'SI P'YItaUo is extended

1f\i rBOSSO'S happiness. sion In her face one way or L large crowd expected will be amply annual meetings of the corporation, to visiting Knights.

.. ". Verbally she confided the happiness might have been made of stone.ByandbyIgotuptogo prvided for, and a; good time is; to 'be held on the first Tuesday after JOHN
t ;
I ; promised: all. the first in EDM. FOX GVaadNKn'ii.
Monday December of each
Instinctively I felt the sorrow in i a
i : Ice Cream Factory telepathic way common to'me. arose. Contrary to all year. Until the first election, the officers Recorder.

tween us, I put arm around who are to conduct the business ..
Somo months afterward she made mea my AsweIl line,of Ladies Oxfords 3.
i; i can furnish you cream In visit. kissed her cheek.Terrible of the corporation shall be A. M Daughters of Rebekah.

: 4.Li; any quantity. Satisfaction m just received Avery, President; A. M. Avery, Jr.j Naomi Lodge, No. 10, Daughters of
", guaranteed. She sat very still in a rocking chair, Wm. & Vice-President; and O. M. Gordon, Rebekah, meets every Monday nigt
(r :! PHONE 1326 looking out my ,window' wIth .lackluster Johnson Secretary and Treasurer; and the at 8 o'clock in I. O. 0. F. hall Vis't-

11' SAM BOSSO, Prop. eyes. She folded her hands in her iquor. Directors; shall be A. M. Avery, O. M. ing sisters cordially invited to be present :
i' ,lap &nd began to talk to ma !SKATING EVERY AFTERNOON I Gordon, T A. Jennings, C. W. Lamar

.1-'L PRESSTR "He has gone.home," she told"His THIS WEEK 4 TO 6. LADIES: AND) and A. 3!. Avery, Jr. MRS. B. R. WITKOVSKI,

;- fatter sent for him. You know How Orrine CHILDREN SPECIAL' RATES.MILUGAN 6. The highest amount of indebt MISS WILLIE KENDRICK, Sec.
Destroys all Des.
1 that Alfred belongs to a 'very aristocratic edness or liability to which the cor

?::4'T family in Berlin." Whiskey or Beer. !i- poration can at any time subject itself M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first and!!

"They all do, from their own ac' is One Hundred and iFifty Thous third Wednesday evening at 7:30: p.

:. /11/ count," I Inserted. 1 I. I and Dollars $150,000.00)). m. Ra3ord Hall, No 10. West Intel-

"Alf red'aoes," she std firmly. Toucan 1 j The terrible craving for ; 7. The' names and residences of dencia street
\ the subscribers: and the amount o;f A. G. FELL Pres.
:.j,: 4 fltrnriyfiwIw tell that from his manner his I a symptom of disease and to
''!''I''f -' stock ,subscribed' for by each, are a S J. 1,. SWEENEY. See.
II, bearing. come it, the disease itself Soecta! to The Journal. follows:
lW 4 IJ "But not from his English." treated in a scientific Glendale! :April 27.-The Glendale'
E--I---i-7Th--I-7/ 'r
way. L
: .;;.i- A. !tJ. Avery, Pensacola, Florida, 450 Pensacola Lodae No. 4, ). 0. 0. P.
r f J "He has had hardly time, remarked I one has used whiskey beer or ] (boys are organizing a baseball team. Shares.O. .
JMIMit / Pensacola Lodge No. 4 I. 0. 0. F.,
'r)t tt she, Mto learn the English. He 1m- stimulants for a long time, the Glendale has two stores, a 'harber M. Gordon Andalusia ,
*;tle '\\ $' I proved'xnucbbeore.b: ? went away. I( cells have become accustomed shop*, a drug store, a saw mill, shingle 100 Shares.T. Alabama L, meets every Thursaar hall "veiling at T Mat
the new West Garden
{! taught him. 'I could' tot see him off., effects of the stimulants and I mill, !turpentine stills,, a church L, A. Jennings, Pensacola, Florida. street. Visiting on brethren coriliaiir;

w' One grieves ioto watch the boat leave liquor'in order .to perform a school house, a large ware house, 50 Shares. Invited. E. GREENBLATT.
I'I'f1Ii ties.. If the cells a railroad station and cotton
the dock. nerve are a gin C. W. Lamar Pensacola
? : Florida L, J. NEVILLE, Secretary.
"But I helped him get ready. I write treated, the craving for liquor and several more business houses are 50 Shares.A. ....
fJ U destroyed. expected to be erected this fall. W. 0. VV.
Tmp-Siiest-kfc. WZIA to him Soon I M. am going to Avery, Jr., Pensacola Florida
;o.j{ ;. Hudiett-tad only Perfect It is in this way that Orrine The' Glendale Mercantile Co., sold k, Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. ). W,
him, I shall not letter 50 Shares.W. .
t ; SM.iIlJDI PeD. N glu filler expect a from
c .' -co Ink i to ipill-oo clottta II him for a week or two. The boat maybe alcoholism by supplying to the : twelve carloads of guano this first W. Varn, Pensacola, Florida 50 meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3ri
ia each
Wednesdays month. VlsJUnj
fS or ah&k1o( cells the stren&th' needed year and expects to double the dose '
delayed this time of tteItorms Shares
year sovereigns cordially invited.F. .
9 You limply preM the button(u stroying the desire for next year.
f,. ', la the jucture: )and the pet tilt you know; the winds.' But eradicates every particle of the W.. L. Cawthon, of :Oe-Funiak, paid \ A. M, AVERY. A. BOGHICH, C. C.
Ju .$ 0. M.
p 4aab.J GORDON
that not prevent my writing to ble liquor craving Imparts us'a visit Monday. ',' LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.
''.t! T. A. ,
J Wr te.tMlDatutlt aim every day. Soon I am going to JENNINGS
strength M. Parish
l q. vigor ,to the passed through Glendale '
tD&Geth.paDe C. W
him: she LAMAR.\ : Woodman's Circle.
repeated. "He wanted
me tern, and restores the 'general Monday on his way to Gaskin.

; ', : Eagle$150Flash : to' marry him before, he went awaj, Treatise on how to cure : Messrs* Winsley and -Brockham w.A.. M.w:AVERY.VARN. JR.' W. 0. W. C., Oak Grove, No. 4,

free on request. Orrine Co., werein our town fixing'np; his telephones Personally before the Woodmen Circle meets every Thursday -
but 1 refused io..da that I refused undersigned
on ington, D. C. the other day '
bV: > 3 2d floor Pythian Hall, ov r
ppeared A. M. Avery, W. W. Varn A p. m.,
account of his father,. who is So successful Braswell 1 ,
r. i M. C.
very has Orrine : has just finished a M. Avery, Jr., O. M. Gordon P. Pou's stable, on Jntendencla! street.
fo.: ,.}i!\1l 1! No.1fw1tbI4k.rst.cfl4o1: \ stem. If Alfred' married without hi Sconsent in every box is a registered : : cart for the Beach, Rogers & Co. mill] Lamar and T. A. Jennings, known, C.V. Visiting sovereigns cordially; invueJ.
; pca po1Athelt.wcur&C4.nbbcl i I tome
r tad foil/guruteed.aad he would, disinherit him. He tee which entitles you to a I and another for the- Beach-Murphy to be the individuals describe Mrs. Leona Langford, Guardian; Mrs.

:.f-' : Eaale"FfaaL"No. U would never forgive him if he married your money if .Orrine 'fails to Cobere.Messrs.'. and acknowledged the foregoing to be M B. Olsen. Clerk.

i' :;f:'.If wid... ..oIdda... .$%.SO without his consent"'S a cure. !Never' before was a 'Wra. Jones and Frank Rlchbourgt ]L- their signatures, and that the forego, .
EaaJe .
: & 26 ment for the ---, $3.00WithoJdbindi1$4.00 "But a you know, liquor habit sold candidates were here from ing Is their act ad deed for the uses
t : I argued. -Is worth a flock in the at way. !IA- guarntee, like .this Laurel-Hill a few days ago, and Ben and purposes therein stated. Sir Knights, Attention!

a\i t I. &dbySt&bQOI mosphere"' the faith of the"discoverer of Moores, from DeFuniak, paid us a IN WITNESS WHEREOF J have ,.t. Special conclave if f

,)it\: Other She.turned her quiet- eyes on me. If and the agents who handle visit.- hereunto set my hand and affixed Coeur De Lion cnn.-

[;, 4 I *kYOVLDUUL Ube ,there existed a spark of humor or relish leading druggists everywhere. omclal seal, this 11th day of ApriL my A: .:::: mandery, !IOo. 1
<< ; tell yea tile Eati* Orrine Is "
in two forms No. 1 ] .Keep your bowels regular by the Knights Templar T 3 '
{ "ff uFLAtH"Font*!.Peat tkeatead of It In her nature I had yet to I. D., 1906. -
; -;, the reull price direct to can be'given secretly in food or use of Chamberlain's Stomach and E. R. BURGOYNE .3 ? p. m. Monday. Apr'!!
//it; ... Bad b)pea aUolatdj(nu- No. 2 in pill form for those who Liver Tablets. There is nothing bet 20th. Work in '*"
"I (Notary Seal / '
JIi' ; aatecd.Eagle. am ,quite sure of him she said. ) Notary Public \
to be cured. Either ter. For sale by all '
form costs druggists. I A Order of the Temp
t 1aw4w;
; "I hate -
; Pencil Co. every confidence in hit box and both ,
4'if' are sold n At in full uniform. :S"-:
'j.i Uaoa&ctaren I integrity and Ibis,, love for me. strong guarantee of. money,. 'WANTED-AN APPRENTICE GIRL LIJs journing Sir: KnlgiJ '

tt I /BroaJwa7.N.wY ik 'Apparently this ended the argument t. .Orrine fails to cure.' AT FALKS. FURNISHING AND LAYING SEWERS are courteously jfl'!

\\ The light flashing on a 'face' In"bet Orrine is for sate "by White's '. ";:' 'v",;,- 25apr: AND DRAINS. ed.HARRY.

$$4: a brooch ;attracted! my; attention.! -. macy 106 South Palafox'street. Sea! d proposals for the construe W. GIBBS. E r
t ? TRY BOSSO'S CREAM..PHONE 1325. tion of a system of storm-wate W. HENRY NE0DHAM Recorder. I


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su STEWARD SAGASTI KILLED aaaaeaaaaea eaaaaeN a !


I .SLAYRISXONERATDQuarrel B What Are You Doing About Thatmtu I

T TO TRISCQ ij ijf /1- \fljj- ,. fUm
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L .& lM-\% With Fatal Results Occurs I Dasaniz the court.had told Witness him that swore steward that m I Underwear
-I-- Proposition 11
i walked Into the kitchen and found ffi

for without it f FUND on poard Spanish Steam"DETAILS I the cook cook asleep.lor his Steward derelict reprimanded of "

clothes are like ship Vivina.- duty. Steward had gone to city returned tv N
and found that cook had
soup without prepared for dinner. Words fol-- Just going along in IS

salt. lowad? between the.two men.
Pensacola Citizens
d Liberally

Respond .Stand. the old I
I Like the farmer's boy "We're nev- MEAGER on > tp same way, suppose, N
to the! Sufferers i er done doing ,chores." We are al Trembling from head to,foot and a '
Our tailors '. ways busy looking for good shoe val-- ntrvous wreck, Basterrechea the accused buying thesame old kind your fJw
for -H ues for our customers; always hustling was placed on the stand. All
.Help. .'to keep the. ,quality of our Shoes Pantaleon! Basterrechea Slayer I legal requirements> as to his right to ( grandfather used to wear. Why fU j
go on the stand or refuse were explained -
Bloch ahead of the Are we succeeding ,
Stein ) game. .
( = ? Well, just step, in and see our Claimed Self Defense. I !to: him. He readily consented fU don't wake up and come ffl
BANKERS MERCHANTS AND CITIZENS line of ladies Oxfords at and asked to be allowed to

been IN ALL WALKS OF LIFE ? $2 AND $2.50PAIR. .. I his At story.the outset Basterrechea acknowledged m in to our store and let us show i j

have studying that he had killed Sagasti -
fit for 51 / .. ; i. but claimed that it was not In. you.
years They are the greatest values we have '
-CHAMBER) OF COMMERCE KILLED: THE STEWARD AND Unded. He stated that the steward
v shown and they tell quickly how well had aJbused and threatened
V continually
COMMITTEE HAS PER. we do succeed. STATED THE LATTER HAD him and struck him. That he I The New Kind The Cool Kind ffl -:

Try? THREATENED 'ABUSED: vas afraid of the man. He said that ,
trouble occurred between he and
MEYER SHOE COMPANY HIM AND STRUCK HIM FOR steward daily. Stated that steward '
had thrown him out, of the kitchea m The Kind That Don't I Stick to You. PJ

:MONTHS .THE EVIDENCE. early in the afternoon, and that he $
SI 5.00 to The following Is the list of stfbscrip Feet Furnishers For Folks the
had gone back to work, when
tions made by Pensacola citizens ,and I steward again!! entered the kitchen. cu Weare Underwear
/the City of Pensacola for the relief I 102 S. Palafox ,Street. Juan.: .' :Bastisda' Sagasti, .'steward of Swore ,that Sagasti cursed him, atttmipted fw
of the San Francisco and Californ'a I the' Spanish, ete8ll'J3hlp'Vi'V'l' ia: was to strike hini, and continued Specialists and it will be a
sufferers. The list includes stabbeil and afternoon ftJ N
subscriptions -, : killed yesterday advancing on him. He swore that he
made to the Chamber of Commerce ; ,by-'Pa.ntalron Basterrechea! cooken held the knife in his hand, and that ni show elegant
committee and will prove' gratifying A GRAND 'the name vesS' I. A coroner's he stood his ground though he was pleasure to you our -

to those who' sympathize with jrr.vas' .summoned Immediately af-afraid of the steward, on account of
the needy and destitute In} the far MILITARY PICNIC tE'i'the; killing, viewed the body of the latter's superior strength.. Bay 1 S l line* Our new athletic jj

western part of the Uncted States: the :dead man, and after hearing the terrechea swore that Sagasti .continued -
The Pensacola Journal. .. .?25.00 :evidence in the case brought in. a to advance-on him and at- j Undershirt is a corker and only
Will ,
Be "
James McHugh. .. .... ..-.. .25.00 Given by Co. 13 and verdict of justifiable homicide. tempted to strike, and'!! in his swings
-- Charles H.. Bliss... ., ._.. 25.00 The investigation of' the killing vithhis fists and arms ran into the m 25c Drawers match. fUI
.. O. M. Gordon;. u'.'*..... i. ..... 25.00A. Uniform Rank vas conducted by Justice :J. :(R. Lan knife and waa wound, and died ;
L. H. D'Alemberte, '.. . 25.00J. drum, ex-officb coroner, with the following -from the result Denied in every

COTTRELL, N. Andrews. .. ., ... 25.00D. Knights of Pythias l a? ths members the jury:' sentence that he had intended to i WATSON PARKER & REESE CO. m mfJJ
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.' Hale Wilson. .. ... .. 25.00 J. C. Keyssr', (foreman), S. >F. Bogart -kill .the steward.

Pensacola. Fla. C. E. Merritt. u .. .. 5.00: AT KUPFRIAN'S, PARK James Whitehead R H.* Boni-i I The Verdict. ,
_- Rev. P. H. Whaley. . '. .,:. 5.00 fay,. John. C. !iBrosnaham-. .V E. M.I. The Jury after hearing the chargeof Successors to Green & Watson.. ro

W.. F. Lee..-. .. .-..., .. .'. ... 10.00 TUESDAY MAY 1 Prater.'Immediately' the court, retired and 'Were out: $
DIAMONDSSomething Clyde E. Wilson. ... .. ... S.. .. 10.00 after the killing the about ten minutes. when. a verdict of 33 and 35 South Palafox Street.
body of to the
Neat and Newin Them W. G. Porter.. '.. .. _-. .. '.'. 5.00 MUSIC BY COLLINS' ORCHESTRAAllen 'Sagasti was! conveyed .justifiable homicide\ was returned
3!. S. Pond. .. ... .. undertaking establishment of Frank laaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaa
W. A. Gahlenbeek, 218 S. Palafox St I. .-s 5.00 Pou whsre! the Inanimate form was Basterrechea' was ordered re-
J. H. Wilkins. .. .. .. .. 10.001 '! The leased.
stripped1. wound that caused
J. W. Lusk ...... .. .. .-;. 10.00A. of Mobile of the Catholic Sagasti's death was plainly 'ex-. From Same Place. V
TURTON & BELL. M. Lewis.. . .. ... ;.. 5.00 church: and
: ., ,' "Mobile, Ala., April 25th, 1905. Mbited' was a horrible sight to Sagasti and his slayer are from -j HAn
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. Wilmer S. Hall '. . .. 10.00 gaze A few inches below th3
upon. the same province in Spain and tire:
Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs. Ausley & Company (Inc) .... .25.00 "Dear Rev.: Sir-The: foUo"Nlngmessage left arm was an ugly gash several same town Artegda. The: dead man :
.- Ed.Lindsay ." .- .. .. .. ... '5.00 has been sent to'us 'by the inches deep, into wiich a man's leaves a wife and two children, a Ideal HeroineBarbara
J. Smithwick. / '. ... 10.00 Most Rev. P. W. Riordan, Archbishopof hand could be placed, and ran across toy and a girl in far away Spain to -
R. K. WHITE, !Skinner Manufacturing! Co. .25.00( "San Francisco: the region of the heart., In tha opinion -mourn his loss. Basterrechea is sii
Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate Jacob Kryger. '.. .. ..'...10.00 'In the hour of our great distress, of medical experts, Sagasti could gJe. Sagasti's age was given at 35 WinsowRebel. }
Optician 30 S. Palafox Street, Pensacola, Fla.TerselyTold M. L. and E. P. Roch .. .... 25.00 I appeal' to you to ask the assistanceof not have lived many seconds after years and the otner man's 28.

Cash .... ," ;. ;... .. 57.00 your priests and people by the being stabbed. t Vessel Tied 'fast. ,\.
S. H. Kress &.Co .; .'. .-.... 5.00( means of a collection in the churches Facts
are Meager. .
of diocese.! Two hundred thousand I I When the killing _occurred the '
your -
H. Strickland, U. S. N. .. .. 1.00.. in.
Citizens of Milligan.. ... ..... 60.00 people are homeless. The workof Facts th case are,exceptionally Vivica was :flying the. Spanish flag .
W. S. Keyser. .'. : ,' . 25.00'' fifty years is blotted out. Help us' ,meager, due to ths fact that there but was tied fast to the Tarragona I
c. C. Symonett, of Tampa is in J. M. Muldon:: .. .. ... 25.00 to begin a'guin. vere no eye-witnesses. : to. the deed: street wharf, ,and it is believed that :!
Juan Dasaniz,. cook's'fcelpsr l was lathe the action of tha: coroner's Jury By ELIZABETH ELLIS
"In view of this :
the city. John A.-Merritt. '. . .. 10.00 appalling calamity
'' ", the \
kitchen of the ship where the ill settle the. case, ,unless grand
O. Smith .. .. which has befallen our brethren In I
H. Jr. . 2.50
P. Tomaselle is among the visitor fatal encounter occurred;' but the jury should takeI1P the question!
in the city. H.Baars&Co: .:. . .. .. 25.00 California, our. hearts.would"b. ,cold evidence showed: that'i'lits back was! rext December. There is something exceedingly "Barbara is an alluring
Theo. 'Baars. . ,.. .. 10.00 indeed if we did,liol come to thIr: re to the m?n.when the quarrel between I,I. winsome about creature-a girl of brave
Dave Kugelman left yesterday on a W. L. Bell . .. . .. ... 25.00J. lief. Churches, hospitals, orphan them took place. "! i Barbara; aheis such'a' heart sweet spirit, high
business visit to New Orleans. Mr H. Porter .. .. .. 5.00 asylums and.other institutions as wellas The fatal tragea&: occurred In th-j Deny COUrage,
Kugelman will return. to the city.Sunday Gulf City Coffee Co. ... .'. ... 2.50 the homes of the people are ruined. kitchen V. .of the ship .a1x>ut..3;30 o'clock 1 GLENDALE II yet at SEoa ff4 moods dz:: T

.King& Runyan. .. .. .. 2.50 Let us, _one and all, do our partto which Is said to be- U f et; long anu, wish Chicago
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Howe .are .the The Lewis Bear ,Co. .1. 25.00( help repair the loss. 6 feet wide. The we. pon7. used by 5rookynStdard-Uawn
H. Muller. ... .. ;'. : .. "Please take up a collection .on the '
10.00 'Bisterrech-aa
proud parents of a fine son.Geo., Jr, '! : : was a .knife! witijbla1'de a "Barbara is of the
who arrived Friday Pensacola Grocery Co.'b .... ... 10.00 first Sunday in May for this purpose 11 inches; long. 'anCmeasuring I winsome of one the .
0, C. Hallmark. '. . and send the amount as soon as possible "Barbaracoquahand cost sevea-,
; 2.00 in width from 1 inch \o. 2J$ inches.. Special to The JournaL heaxted and leenth heroines
fickle light
J. J. Williams wife and children to the Chancellor. : ; century we
. .
F. B. Bruce. .
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2.0.0 Self-Defense "Claimed.Elisterrech'sa .
in Jlilligan, April 27 A'small negro gay but dating in the face have encountered: in fie
Chipley few
the city for ,
are a days "EDW. P. ALLEN
McDavid Hyer Co... .. .. .. 25.00J. "
while at- of and \ T tion.
the here. : Tv4en placed muter,, bay named Calvin Andrews danger Hue assteel"
guests of friends
E. Albercrombie' ; .. ,,- ... 5.0U "Bishop'; of Mribile. arrest by Constable. Slocumb and'I. tempting to get on a moving train N. Y. Mw. J Detroit Free Preset
Hon. J. J. Sullivan who( has bee C. F. Zeek. .. V." ... ... 5.00 "J. W. SHAW, Sec. Chief of Police. Schad did not 'deny, \there Saturday was struck by the train ,
confined to his home by illness for Saunders Mill Co. . .. 5.00 of St.' Mark. his guilt: He stated that he had and' seriously if not" fatally hurt.
several days. is now somewhat; 1m Klick & Gray. . ..., .. .. 5.00 stabed Sagasti, though not intentionally Our citizens were liberal in subscribing A girl who masquerades in man's attire fights a duel with a King's

proved. I Robinson Livery and Undertaking Capt. Pleasing G. W. Ainsworth Information. but at the sam:3: tie 'he was. amounts -to the relief fund officer, disarming him and then falls desperately in love with him j is
The U. S. Quartermaster boat Poe, Co .. . . 5.00 yesterdayreceh'ejt protecting' himself fronf' an assault: for the benefit of the sufferers of the
which has been on the taitget' range C. H. Turner. ... .".. ... 5.00 and a bis ktter from his son, Howard that was ' upon him by' recent earthquake and fire in Cali the heroine of this charming tale. Barbara is aa entrancing creature I

resumed its regular run between Fort Mrs. F. E. Brown. '.. .. . 5.00 who reside in daughter San Francisco Miss Annie saying,! the steward', of !whom he stated he: fornia. whether in petticoats or doublet and hose. Her acquaintance is well r"
A. M. Avery >... .. .. 15.00S. ! afraid. Bastsrrechea
Barrancas and the city jesterday. ". that swore ou Evangelist Kegel has been conduct
Geeker. .. .. .%. .. .. .. 1.00 they escap3d without injury the' witness stand that, Sagasti had. ing protracted meeting here for the worth making.
from the- a
"If a man does not make new acquaintances Jack Hooton. .. .. .. .. 5.00( outside earthquake.of the burned Their district homeis threatened and abused,, him for. past week and has a large attendanceat Illustrated by John Rae, $1.50
as he passes through life: Gadsden Street M. E. church... 5.00 months and had at times struck i
This is : meeting.Mrs. /your tookstller hasn't il. the publishers mill send the book,postage ptidt
he will soon find himself left alone.A Bass & Co . ',' .. 10.00 worth good to news the to Caipt. Anis- him. The steward was a: much''I Walter Garrett who was visit upon receipt of price

man must keep" his friendshp! in Cash. . .. . .. ... .. 1.00( the family and in this many city. The friends Utter! of larger man than the cook .and a ing friends and relatives in Florala, DODD MEAD & COMPANY
constant repair. -Johnson. Want ads Meyer Shoe Co. .. .. .... ..: 5.00 was dated 20 better man (physically. I returned home Saturday night. ,
lave introduced more people to each Marston & Quina. :. .. 15.00( April having. required Publishers 372 Fifth Avenue New York
seven days to rsach here. Interpreter Needed. !'Ii"s Minnie Tippins> ,.of Brewton, is
other in this city than have met Cash .. ... . :.. .. ... 5.00< (Justice Landrum'ascertained that visiting relatives at this place.
through any other means. Clutter Music! ,House.. '. . 2.00 Mr. Wilson's Request.D. th.a accused! could not speak English Mr. E. M. Sessoms -has recovered .
Thelma Rebekah. Lodga No. 13, I. Nick Smith. .. .' . . 2.50 Hale -Wilson one of the committse and that Captain Vitoriana Bustinza from his recent illness and is agaIn' I
0. O. F., of Milton, will give an excursion T. H. Lannon & Co.. .. . 10.00 appointed by ,the massmeetng -and Juan Dasaniz, witnesses were, able to attend to( business. -
to Pensacola! on May 1. The- 'Cash . ;. .. . .. .. ... 15.00 to secure funds for the San not familiar with the :EgnlL-h lan-' Fres fish seem to be plentiful sev- CL.C: oI S .

Itinerary includes the various points W. B. Sheppard.. . .. . 5.00 Francisco( sufferers asks that a report guage. eral fine catches being' ma'de daily. A good 8 day Parlor Clock. ... .. .. ... ,. .. ... ... ..., ..... ,"..$5.00
of interest about the city_and harbor. iR. P. Reese .. ;.-, . .. .. 5.00J. showing ,all donations be madeto Captain Fondebila of th? Pensa- Mr. W. L. MCGowan has closed his:; A good 8-day Parlor Clock, with alarm 53.00

T. J, Miller of Caryville. and R. R. A.Chaffin, .. .. .. .... 10.00 him as toon as possible anaf: what cola Police Department who speaks sales stables here and returned to An- 8-day Mission ClocKS, 2.75 to. . . .' .. .. '" .... ... .. ,..$5.00
Adams-, of Bonifay, two vigorous old i Hargls Pharmacy .. .. 2.50J. I amount. of the subscriptions have Spanish fluently: was selected a* interpreter dalusia. Repairing afT reasonable prices. .
"CoLfeds," were in Pensacola yester- T. McConaughy. .' .-. '. '.. i.ou teen collected.S. by.Justice Landrum. Each The new store building belongingto J. F. DAVIS, JEWELER, at COB'S Book Store.
fay en route home from New Orleans Wm. Prentis. ,... ; .. .. .. 1.00 question asked by the. court was Mr. John Christmas will soon be __ { ,. I
where th attended the re- W. A. Gahlenbach . ... 2.0C and transmitted to Captain Fondibik, for :
Unions They expressed themselves Wm. Johnson & Son, (inc.),..... 25.00 DEATHS. FUNERAlS..- and by him to the witnesses. ready occupancy. ..................4..4....t.......................M4I '
12 having had a fine time. B. Gerson. '. .. ... ... ; .. ... 5.00 'I. R. Wilson. Captain Bustinza's Statement, Hemllhfnlness of a Sneece.'

Scan-ill Moreno . . .' .. 100 rrhe remajaa .of I. R.. Wilson who 'Captain ''Bustinza of the steam- According to the eminent physlctts i I Ii
Get Blue Ribbon Lemon arid Vanil George Johnson : .. .. . 10.0C tied Thursday were interred at Stiohn's : chap Vivina was the first witness and surgeon Sir' Frederic Troves, '.re II The Furniture Store I
]la and you'll know why they have so Cash. . .. r..V. .. ...15.00 cemetery at. 3 o'clock yesterday -. .placed on the'stand. He stated that ought not to complain of sneezing, catarrh -i
many friends.PROMINENT. J. P. O'Conner .' .. 10.00 afternoon: lr knew .nothing of his own knowledge -. coughing and the general dIScomfort -
John G. Welsh. <. .. .. 509 \ of the killing. Acordrng: tollS a You
accompany That
CITIZEN A: Zelius. .. ... .. . lo.OO: James A. McDonald. > evidence th:3.: steward, boatmen that cold. ordinarily They are not symptoms i Helps i : '
Amelia D. Lustro. .T" .. .'. 10.00 Captain James A. McDonald, an rnu! himself had complained about common ,i
HAD NARROW ESCAPEJ. Hully Cazeppa .. .;. .. ,. 2.00 aged and resected! resident of War- Ihe meals served on the- vessel bj of disease, but proofs that the systemis the .
McKenzie Oerting & Co.-. 10.00] rington, died at his home' in that Basterrechea. From what he knew defending itself. The efforts of Is the one that ,fits out ;your home with furniture and :
R. Saunders, a prominent citizen H. O. Anson. . .. '.. .... . 10.0C town at 3a.: m, yesterday. :Mr. h did not know of any ilMeeling; sufferer, says the distinguished author \ lets you pay for it while you are using it, and in such .
ff Pensacola, had a narrow escape S. A. Friedman. .. ...: .. 5.00 McDonald! had'reached. the dlge pf .71 'between the ctad! man and his slajF ity should not be directed to stopping : small amounts as to be hardly noticeable. Just think :

from drowning yesterday morning. Alfred Moog. . ... .. ..... ? iooc years and leaves' his wife, a brother, r. ;He stated that the .steward ha1 them directly, but to( aiding nature, ofaComplete
The accident occurred on Coyle street Gulf Machine Works w :" . 2 .00 and two sisters, to.mouh :his loss \\Bi Een.on .the shp for over a year and which is putting up a brave fight i
wharf where Mr. Saunders. was driving Pensacola Pilot: Association. .. 50.00 was one of the oldert; residents of that hb .conduct had teen gooc*. against dangerous bacteria. Indeed a
a rather fiery horse. The wharfIs Warren. !Fish Co. .. 3. ._ ... 50.00 Warrington 'having :been 'a continuous Never knew him before. ''Basterre cold would in the majority of cases i Bedroom Suit |
narrow and the horse became !I Len LeBaron... . i. .. 3.00 resident since 18i8. Mr. Mc. chea had ben: on 'board: the vessel prove fatal if these symptoms of resistance V

frightened at "some object and beganto Frank Reilley ... .. ., .. '10.00 Donalj! was. a 1asonof high rank two months. Knew nothing derogatory were not present The presence -
rear and plunge with the result Pensacola Investment Co:. ... 2500 and Naval Lodge No. 24 will have of his jJ'?rsoDal conduct AH! of infection would not be discovered fror$20100a i IA I
that the buggy and occupant were . cbarga of the. funral that he knew about the killing. was V
J. M. Coe : ... ..:,. 5.00 : ceremonies until the bacteria were so numer- :
thrown into the bay. Fortunately Nick Apostle. . .' .%' '.. .. 10.00 vhich will take place at 5:30: o'clock. told him. ty Dasaniz, the cthk'she'per ous that a fight would be hopeless. A 4'
the .who stated that 'Basterrechea for Mattress for J2.50 Mattings 25
water sideboard $13.00
was shallow at the point Sunday afternoon. :
W. J. & B. Forbes.- % .. 20.00. coughingor
:"medicine which merely.stops
and Mr. Saunders was able to extri-! Chas. B. Vetter.. ,., .... .. 1.00 bad .Idll. <:d Sagasti. I allays inflammation may be thwartIng ., cents a yard, lad! free, and everything elsejn proportion.Won't .
tate himself from the buggy and gain A. C. Blount. Jr., .v.. .. ... 5.00 SANCHEZ EXONERATED. Dasaniz's Evidence. ""' nature's'etIorts to cure.-Boston : you come in and buy today. -
land without any serious Injury.PAIUSSHOP. W. M. Falk. . .. . .1. 5.00 OF EVERYCHARGE The evidence of Juan''Thinnii. thi lie rald.- .

-----.::== Jno. Thompson. .. .. .. 2.00 Hospital Steward. Sanchsz of the cock's helper substantiate: to a
---- Hooton & Watson.'O .. ... '2500C. Navy Yard has been exonerated of great extent th? evidence of the d- I & QU1MA

Thiesen.. .t ,. .. .-.. .. .. .. 25.00 the charges. for which the naval 'fendant. Dasaniz, stated that :Sagas 'NEW PROCESS. IWARSTQN ,
had called the cook vile SCIENTIFIC
Watson, Parker &: Reese Co.. 2.50 court of inquiry tried him. His attorney ti names i
and that be had hardthe $\vo men .- 108/110 S, Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla,
Wing Hop & Co. .':. .. . 5.00 was Judge James R. lan- A Discovered That Will i

J. B. Roberts...&. .'Co.. ...:. .. .. 10.00 drum. :The l' lasted for over at Quarrelling.the!time and He h's was backwas peeling onons to:the IPreparation Destroy the Dandruff Germ. 4' .............4.....t.4......4....4..................!
FRIDAY and SATURDAY: J. J. Bowes. . '. 5.00 ovsr twenty dars.POSTUM. steward and cook. He stated that For some. time it has been known S
W. A. Blount....... f.. 25.00 the steward: from the that dandruff te caused by a, germ .
Cash .... ..... .., .. .. ..... 500 "te; saw come I that digs the scalp into little
APRIL Kitchen. birring, an4"walk about up "
27th and 28thAT Pensacola Water Co.. .. ,. :?500
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I I ten or fifteen feet and fall. The witness white flakes, and by sapping the vitality ;
THE ESCAMBIA HOTEL Sol! Cahn... ... ... .. ... .. -..:5.00 stated that in his opinion Bas of the hair at the root, causes i -iUM8ER I
w. H. Davison... .. .,.. .,. .. 10.00 terrechea had cause to kill! Sagasti.: falling hair and, of course, finally I GET OUR PRICES
BYJunior First .: .... .
National Bank 100.00 BIS! cot sej cook stab steward.,baldness. For years there have bee
Knowles Bros .. :. .. .? ,. ... 50.00 I
j Recognized knife in court 'a.:; one hej all kinds of hair stimulants ana! scalp and Builders' Material
,GuildFOR The John White Store.4 .... 25.00 bad seen oa board: the ship. :Dial no:tonics on the market but them has: If you intend building a new house or make an addition or repairs -
Star Laundry Co. .. ..' .% .. 15.00 has saved many a see Sagaiiti; attempt 'lo strike Basttrrechea. ,'been no permanent cure for dandruff I to an old one you should by all means get our prices
Southern States Lumber Co.. ... ..50.00I I Knew of m> previous until the discovery of a preparation they will mean a positive saving to you. We furnish rough
L S. Brown &: Co...' i; .. .. 25.00 I I COFFEE.RUiNEDNERVOUS, Iroublfe between the m?n. Had n-j called Newibro'g Kerpiddj, which de- and dressed lumber in any quantities turned work scrollwork

Benefit of Christ Church.. Pensacola Lumber Co.. .. 50.00F. idea. that quarrel would terminate fa- troys the., dandruff germ. Destroy I window and door frames .window .and door shutters
C. Brent.. .. .. ., ... 50.00S. tally. Did not hear what was said the cause the effect will cease to ex- paints and all builders hardware Also brick lime hair and
Cafe with French Chef P. Shelter Co.. .. ,.. ... 50.00 I between two men." Saw cook with I istKill the dandruff germ and cement.
City of Pens CQla., .... .. .500.00 SYSTEM knife in. hand after steward had left lO 'U have no dandruff no itching
will be a feature of thc-- kitchen bleeding. Cook was not exI scalp. no falling )hair. For sale by \ Saunders Mill Company
attraction. Appeal Is Made. cited. \v" D'Alemberte, druggist and ,
Sr41j "THERE'S A REASON." Recalled. I apothecary 121 South Palafox streetor Phone 717. 21 East Garden Street.
l! I Captain
The following which is s xplana. _____
Lunch From 11 to 4, tory ,has been .issued. .... by-. Bishop- E.. P. ---. .-.- --- Captain Bustinza was recalled! by send IQc in stamps to The Herpi- 1 -- -



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that health condition ate bad. and LlTe l' :ft1-c1ailIl
tJmnalI Owing to inerperfsnce, -orjll health only reasVm-that" Portland does not ?:"adEi'in; human: skeletons, which is t'') poor blood heads the list. The doctors call

; tnatoIa cany .of the 'con'Vtcts'are.. over'worKed lead-in apple"shipments'is the inability a regular business with certain houses. M.* } /-/ r it anemia. The blood< lacks red coT'puScles
number have '
from, and accidents a in the mines 'On of the steamers to., carry the great i is most active In September, when the- l/W/WO, S At your first opportunity, consult your doctor

Maine-crop. *. medical schoola.and colleges open for ; if he has anything better for
: Ask
Sarespirffla. weak.
t" wr wjinj. w-j--wis I the whole their treatment may bespoken about taking Ayer1
t1-14 t of generally .as.-inhumane. and An oyster dredger recently put into the ie'r. While some skeletons! are 01>- ness,debility,nervousness. If he has,take it.- If not,take Ayer's SarsaparilU.

1flii: DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. commission by a New Haven firm is ta :i 1'th1s.countrrf the great bulk .t. oJ after. W*have no aecreta I WepbUsh J.a.blPCo
cruel; and the punishment given and Get well t a, g swat you are the fOl'1l\ulu ehll ear my{'en.,! i.w.i .Xa.i'
them is out o{ proportion: to the twice aslarge aa/any other"oyster of the supply comes fromBavaria., -

ff-N t PUBLISHED' EVERY MORNING EXCEPT'MOND'AY I character of- their' offenc; : for it steamer lIt: :the'-world, beinz'Cipable of the price rules high or low as the death

'- ,". I rust be borne In mind that the carrying from 9,000 to 10,000 bushelsof rate la that country moves up or

1'1 ...BY... county" convicts' are not "criminals," sheila on her deck. There 'are sir down.

(but misdemeanants. is much to dredges on. board, whereas the' ordI- It Is !remarked with surprise that the NEW METHOD LAUNDRY

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be doubted if the children; and young nary steamer operates'only two. labor membeis of parliament are not
people are of flxafl criminal character ,
---ru---u-n.rn rJuuj---urn.rurumflft The recent visit of the Prince of large mea nor are they apparently especIally -
;(. ; and the proper place for themis Wales to .Bonna has attracted noticeto robust T. P. O'Connor writ- PHONE 1188 E.W.LAWRENCE. Prop. No.8 WEST ROMANA ST.
FRANK L. MAYES President and General' Manager. a reform school not a' mine, where
__ they are i forced to hard labor, and the wonderfully rapid growth l hi size ing' on this subject' explains In this ::::s
-L. tlt-Utu--u-u-truflrL-uJ-ru-u-u-1J-u-u-Ltu-l flL fi. Jttt it JtfflJV LJVULflJtJlJUt of them have
where the young are in constant association and prosperity- Rangun during the way: "ThlIves of many

i4 MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. with element that are last twenty years, .Tben It had a population been hard, They began the struggle Political Announcements

ntiT likely to make them criminal. of,ouiy.MOOO: ; whereas today it for bread In the the workshop,

- 41- nJLJt 1flWtflflflW XflW 'S tflfltflflflflftflflMflflMJfflflflflLftflfltflflrJWWCW There is a state reform .school fQr has nearly 250,000 and a trade inferior before ,the fqrnaee, at an aga when ----- ---- -- ---w--wr-L. .. ___uu___ ',--- -.

- 4t SUBSCRIPTION RATES. white boys, that is doing excellent I only to that of Calcutta and Bombay. ought-to'have been learning their RATES. Peace for District No. 2, subject

tj One Year.$5. 00 One Month........ ....,... .45 work, in saving boys froth them crime anlt.but. Esperanto.itBe "world" 1angua got lessons and playing marbles. and thesereal'3' The rates for political announcements I the action of the Democratic Primary to.
$ Six Months............... 3 50 One Week ................, 10 this nuking institution useful citizens is too ;small Senor Pujala':Valles Into deep trouble.He of early, toil nearly always tell. not exceeding lines, to run May 15th.

df .Three Months...... ....... 125 Weekly. Edition' per rear..HOC( for the purpose. It entirely is crowded, ;. and. wrote In Esperanto- series'of arti It.:,1s pretty well known 'that Sir Wilfrid ill the primary of May .16, are as fol- X D. GOS3.

p is cles.on "Home Rule For Catalonia" for 'Lawson Is the recognized poet 1u: \
w JUWWI frequen -voluntary application -
an Eaglish-' >aper'. The translation laureate of the British parliament He The Daily Journal........ .. ..$10.00 I am a candidate for :Justice of :h9
on the part of parents for hel-g,
I The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed I in the staying of the careers' of way' the article which reached Madrid gave is always on the ,lookout for "inci The Weekly Journal. !. .. .. .. 5.00 Peace in the Democratic primary: v

Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. ward children; which applicationshave the title "Independence .For Catalc dents," the.'little episodes that enliven Thes rates are strictly cash in- advance be held May 15th, 1906, District x<,
The author's alone tbA dull routine of parliamentary life and no announcement will be 2. Escambia County, Florida. Any
,-- --_,__ to 4>e refused because there b nla. prompt flight
c -u-ruw $ww WL.fl$ no more room at the reformatory. saved him from twenty years In prison. and that lend themselves to utilizationas inserted or run under any other con assistance willbe apreciated from

4ti Offices, 108 and 110,East I J Papers en Saloon Trains Several cases ware recently broughtto William Pattison -who ,was appointed a couplet or a quatrain. His extemPoraneous ditions. 1 the Democratic GEO.voters.J. SLOCUMB.

I the attention of the :Mobile director chief constable of Scarborough, verses make a circuitof
Government. Phons38I''a' Stands.
$iv and at all News
of the school, and they wer,urgent England, in 1865, and whose death was the house to an accompaniment of For the State Senate.
M. I : in their nature, yet nothing For County Treasurer.
ji -- sometimes
chuckles. They are
*-: -# recently announced, declared on taking
I could l hs done to assist thess
boys. up his duties that he would make the handed. by.a minister to the speaker. John S. Beard. a candidate for the. I will be a candidate in the democratIc
: .PENACOLA, FLORIDA. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 28, 1906 'There should be adequate reform nomination to the State Senate in the
: institutions for white toysand for town so clear tot: crime that he could who reads them with a professionally primary of May 15 for re-uomi-
and dignified countenance and then pays Democratic[ primary called to be held nation to the office of county treasur
: i negro boys as well for the courts hang his watch on a lamp post it '
15th with other speakers
The Victory of. I quires a degree of madness to extri. have either to set these misdemeanants would not be molested. The night fter them th" compliment of a momentary May, will ,address together the people of Es. er. The support of all democrats nj

ate ourselves well. free or to sead them to the this_boast some one stole the postofflce twinkle of his awful eye. cambia county upon the political Is- be appreciated.
J. ED.
-i44 Captain Hobson mines. It is a "bitter alternative to sues of the day at the following WILLIAMS.
"Our wisdom is not less at the those who wish, to ssethe boys put .
The victory of Capt. Richmond times and places ,
of fortune than, property." into the right way of living.fThe .- I hereby announce myself a candl.
Pearson Hobson over Congressman mercy our made Molino. Friday night .April 20. date for the office of County Treasurer
report Ward
by Dr. The Side
Ms Bankhead! in the sixth 1abainaj 'was 'toipalred .wisdo imperils (property; would be ample justification for the Sunny of Life. Bluff 2L Springs, Saturday, day time subject to the action of the Democratic
S forgetting how to advertise or never April i Primary.
5 something of a surprise to those who removal of the convicts from Flat
Muscogee.Monday night, April 23.Brent's .
have taken a delight in ridiculing the learning how-exposes property to Top mines, but there is reason to believe Thursday night April 26. i t THOS. F. WRIGHTON.
the' of that the ,
'mercy fortune. worst of the situatioa -
-4-U 'tolitical aspirations of the hero ot Myrtle Grove .Friday night April.
Las not been disclosed to the public, I hereby announce myself a candidate
the Mer imac. Mis success has been 27. I for the office of County Treasurer
"Our wanton accidents, take root reports of: at least one specific chargeof -
cemented upjon in various ways but and grow: to. vaunt themselves, as cruelty being cited by one of tha Ferry Pass, Saturday. day time, May of Escambia county, subject to tne "
club members'who took 'part ia 5th. I action of the Democratic primary ot
the prevailing opinion is.that he will !
iI11. la'Vo'3'as! when we happen to accomplish Tuesday night's discussion. Section #, .- Mill view, Thursday night May 3. : May 15,' and respectfully solicit! the

ebly serve his district and the people something without advertising -4525 of the statutes provides that if .c McDayld,. Friday: .night. May 4. I support of all voters.

'of the entire country In the halls we"vainly imagine that we may i any one convict is' treated cruelly or \OQ aIi'L- :JJ" Nix's PreclD.C.t".Tuesday night. May JOHN G. WELSH.

.of ,congress. The Memphis Oommen tpeat the accident.: inhumanly by the hirer or his employes : 8th. I

JfI cial-Appeal believes, that his. election i the contract. terminates without Beulah, .ThlU' aJ ,nght.llay} 10. I. -
Pensacola. ,(Seville, Square) Friday For County Tax Assessor.
more to do.
the and "" is of
a good omen to south I ProsperIty thy /page one -
The remedies suggested at the night, May: JJ I
relative thereto a.s'the following ,to (Shakespeare's benedictions. Tage"- I will be candidate for
clUb! meeting were:, first, that the Pine Barren Saturday night. May re-nomina
eay: ads. usually] presage prosperity in a legislature amen: I the laws so that 12. .' lion to the office of County Tax Asses- I

ILWithout; intending in any way to- store. the state administration shall take sor, In the Democratic Primary of May ;

disparage Congressman Bankhead,we care of county convicts throwing For the Legislature. 15. I respectfully ask your support. !

[* think the election of an able and aggressive "Let thy retool! still be bent, still them the same protection thus im- W. W. RICHARDS. !

k:. (I :young man like Capt. Hobson plotting, where and when, and how roving the condition! under which :' I II I
l to congress is a goo. omen. TheTt4i they live and work, and seeing to >it <. .- 7.l : I hereby announce myself a candidate "-
(business be done. The '
thy For
may I for 'representative In he lower County Commissioner Dist.No.1 1,
that is
: couth is fortunate whenever it can no cruelty practiced. This
send a maa .of Ho4son: .califore!!} ,to sure traveler, though he alights !permanent remedy would be afforded { house of 'th.0 state legislature sub-I Iprlmary'ot I I hereby candidacy j:

;.4cj$ JWfflEiing-ton.- is a -man. of courage sometimes', still gbeth' 'on."-Herbert by taking convicts out of the mines :. .. ject to the' action of. the Democratic for County announce Commissioner my from Di.

flJth of intellect, and |0f high char and putting .them in agricultural industry ; '"May. IB. trict --
No.-l, subject the :
to action of
'. :;'tq acter. Capt. Hobson distinguished as is dons .with marked success 'I : M. 01I I BAGGETT. the primay of :May 15th.

(himself in the Spanish-Amefican In modern prose, this would read; in ..Mississippi .Tha childrenand . .
ii.t 'war in one of its most heroic ex plan a continuous advertising cam youths should be placed in reformatories I Hard Lack. am -a- .candldate for representative ,r' B. ROBERTS.The
There discounting the where they can receive I Once whole
fl.tIJ1 (ploits. was no Dusty- a man gave me & in thelower house of tha ataelegisl.ature
I' valor of that adventure nor his credItable paign. education: and, industrial trainingand handful of money an'. told me I could do Am' UJiaccea1T friends of C. F. Zeek announce I
share therein. After the war, ha turned to the; path by which whatever I wanted to with it.WearyMyl Bertler-I b ,ve made up my enter ; subject -to the action of hf. n. as a candidate for county commissioner I
::4J- he wrote an excellent account of it {Forecasting the hopeful, confident, they may !become a:' help rather thana What did you do! society.. :' the DemocratIc. primary of May 15 from District :No. i, subject I
Dtety Woke Sadie: What has fOUr mind to do with and I will appreciate the support of
tone of the successful advertisement upi. \
sanguine burden to the atate.There :: .
cai for the Century Magazine. He has - --- all democrats.. . to the action of the Democratic primary I

-4 elso delfrerad a.geries of thoughtfuliectures. of these days an old was no conflict of opinion . .J..E. LONG.: of May 15. i

:i in. whc1be has demonstrated writer said.: "In' order to establish in this meeting of Mobile citizens. !
that he is force in our public all present agreeing 'that the I II
$ a For County Commissioner Dist No. 2.
themselves in the /world, men do all '
.c life. Some sensational newspapers existing mejthod Is tad, and that u I I ama: Candidate for member of the

tried to &bring him into disrepute they can to; appear established should not be sustained.further by lower house 'in 'the state legislature. ,I I hereby announce my candidacy for .

with .the sensible' ..people of the here.' And Goldsmith. added, : "If a the authorities of this 'vichiity.: from Escambla county in the Democratic -,, re-election to the office of county commissioner I

country toy represanttng! him as kissing I roan wishes to "become rich, he must .. primary of"May 15, and will appreciate -.' from District No. 2, subject i

a. long procession, of foolish appear to)be rich." FACTS IN FEW LINES (1'I' a ; I .the. support. of all Democrats.';' to the action of the Democratic pri--
1iwa 'Women; but there was very Itttle I. CHA8.. M. COSTON. mary.
3 ,
tk.1ibasls( for this absurd misrepresenta 'MONTlAlGNE--wltJaout: having at st. Anthony is claimed to have Ihed ILOOI. ", W. J. SENNOTT
tion. At any rate Hobson has shown
A1 the stuff that is fn him by ignoring all in inind the modern business to the ripe old age of 105 years ou % r 7cepr I hereby. announce myself as a I hereby

these silly reports and 'pursuing the nan: and i his tendency to take his daily diet of twelve ounces of bread. candidate for. the. lower house of the for county commissioner announce my candidly
from Di) ;
even tenor of his way. When he retired J1une'' to'task for the inadequacy of and water. Florida legislature .subject to the action :' tricl No.2, subject to the action ot

from the navy, he. decided to fcfis:.1 |Ldveftis5ng wrote: "Fortune Joseph NIX, the, Wesleyan reformer, of' .the Democratic primary on the primary of May 15th.
enter public llfa. Two years ago he took 3,845 signatures to the pledge in ap May 15th. GEO. T, MORGAN. -
hurt-she JOHN A. MERRITTFor
does good nor II, . .
(became a candidate fo; congress a nine days' goapel temperance meet.
only :presents the matter and the .
M: against (Bankhead, one of the ablest: ing recently held in Bradford, Eng- p
(politicians fn !Alabama, 'andi I' he certainly !'Eed.-"- '. land. i I am a: candidate.for member of the County Commissioner Dist. No. 3.

rt gve him a number of unpleasant I'UI' Ix111 4' House of. Representatives from Es'! .
half hours. He "- made a, 'W. have snore- power than will; Australia is emulating the United cambla county, .subjeqt to the Democratic I I I hereby announce my candidacy \
Trcmderful considering that he States in wholesale and wanton destruction 'I1f' Primary. I earnestly solicit for county commissioner from
race I and It is often, by way of excuse to !' Distnr-:
was a novice in politics and had no ourselves that we fancy things areBipostfible. of animal and bird life. Pothunters i'4, the support,of the voters of the county No.3, subject to the action; of the

14c political organization; hut he was de: ." furnishes are exterminating. the famous ;L'iirc.iP": #vj.I ;I. JEiRRY .J.. SULLIVAN, JR. Democratic primary of May 15.
-1 j feated. He accepted his defeat like Advertising black swan. . C. BLOUNT, JRI
a man .but annoucned that. he would i you the pow r--the :which From the Chinese point of'view the -
To the fJ Democratic Voters of Escam.I
r..5t4 again be a candidate this year. He: jou can remove obstacles and make oldest book Is the'beat., There are no "Yep; I had an auto. once, but I couldn't Alnoit Worn Out. I bla "County: hereby announce my candidacy for

!Las just defeated Bankhead decisive i :),our etore., or your,. enterprise: important "six best sellers'/1 in China. ,A book un' keep it""How Ella] Fonttne-Is your knee tired, deartfle'l1 At' the request of many friends i re-election to the office of county commissioner
ery-U) must be it's UBleep.
and that without ; gone.
ri 3y, any organlatlon. wnz datr! from District No. 3
"and successful But der a thousand old is read by no sui'jec:
years and from
from the' the I'
; you flex.woL .< ... *. country city !
-tii Evidently he has many excellent a. "WTf'l t fangtit DMj I to the action of the Democratic Primary -
ir.iL qualities or he coulol l not have must furnish the will to use it. self respecting man. -:- hereby announce my candidacy ior of May 15.

dOne this. He will,. jrove'an able Arabians when they 'meet a friend ; 5-5A Representative' in- the legislature at J. M. ANDREWS.

jii and honorable ,representative .ot 'Ala- ,"There: .is nothing, more imprudent shake hands six or eight times. _OnceIs ; the session 1907; subject to the'; actionof

bama and the south.; and he is entitled than excessivetprudsmce: ,." '[particularly not enough. However!'should they l. 'f': the Democratic"primary, May 15th, I hereby

; 4ii ', to our .congrattuatious.. His planning store-advertising. be persons of distinction they embraceand __ 1906, and I-earnestly-solicit the sup- for announce my candidar.-
L A? port of the Democracy- Escambia County Commissioner from l)<*
; 1gji success means a triumph of character kiss one another,several times and trict No. 3. subject to the action ,.!
i brains and.efficiency also kiss their ownhands.. (-
the Democratic
I favor liberal pensions for Confederate Primary of May 15
;;:4y Cardinal Wolsey is given a surprls-, soldiers and their widows. W. A. SHELBYFor

The ,battleship Texas is maintaIn. I. VOX' POPULIFAVORS Ingly immediate, connection with the Uniform -schoolterms, giving the f

tug reputation as a Jonah. Its present time by the. report from Eng country -public'schools the same County Commissioner Dist. No.4.

atest'exploFt was striking a derelictat Hr land that, a fine old 'tree in Bushey length term-'as- the' pity schools.

sea. which knocked a bola in the park said to have'been planted by him .. 'A uniform school- hook law, and thereby announce myself a candidate ,

ASHES FOR was,uprooted by_a recent gale. free books for the pupils of all!! public for re-election as county commissioner -
_1 iow an frend red lively work at the .
from District No.4.
schools! MI-:
USE ON STREETS' Adansonia a specIes'of tropical tree -
ipj 5/uraps necessary to keep the vessel found in Africa,' Is one of the largest ., I'I An efficient law for the equalizationof ject to the action of the Democratic!

e.floa.t. Editor 'Pensacola 'Journal: trees in the world, its trunk attaining taxes.- -' Primary of May 15.

A good dealhas, been said condemning a diameter of more than twenty feet. ; s Good, roads 1 specially J. A. WIGGINS
the ashes from the : Yours
Goulding -respectfully,
Some of these trees
by a vague means '
Store jAdreftismg Fertilizer Factory. Hare is one thatdoesn't .. /. M. JACOBY.
of estimate have' been .declared to be I hereby announce myself as a can
rtii agree :with such an opinion.
Always,-Pfjofitable.who ; I I maintain that West Garden 5,000 years old. didate for county commissioner from

street li the best dirt road in the The coffee croX" 'of Sumatra has become .For., ; Collector., District No. 4, subject to the action of !

fRo thinks be can find IaJimself ctunty, considering the expense: antf almost equal to that of Java. The _n n- .. the (Democratic Primary May 15.

? the means of doing without labor given it. And when it comesto latter island is smaller but much more H. C. CLOPTON.The ;. !
I herebY ,announce myself a candidate -
ethers: is much mistaken;' but he I fruits and owers, we have the populous and it had a long ,start In for re-election to the office of i I

thinks that others cannot 'do best In the city. coffee before the plantations' In Sumatra *
!whq What He Tbovcbt. Tax Collector: "far Escambia county friend's 'of W. P. Brownion
without him Is still more mistaken \Also I believe thjg' .people on our I began to cut'any. figure. in the The Preacher suppose moat of your at the primary to be held on May 15, hereby announce him as a canrliti'p;; I
street to three .
\1A 'merchant rarely makes- the fire meals a are day.equal square world's supply. trouble Is due to drink. Edith-George' A,Slight thIs engagement Error. ring IiI 1906. \; solicit your 'roteRespectfully ; for the /office of County Commit., 'n. !
The tram Yts sir it U deal of '
a rood
In the Prussian" army the commanders trifle too large.GeorgeBeg er from District No. 4, subject Ui :,*?
mIstake-never if h.a is bet Yours .
Tt1t- sane; respectfully trouble to get a drink nowadays. .
of fourteen regiments are women pawdon. Tve-aw-given J."S.' ROBERTS.- action of 'the Democratic Primary oi I
arW ''When be concludes to curtail his adVertising
and, the is purely V. you the wrong one.' May, 15th 1906.
although position
Garden St {
Wi- it is a sfgg, that he is fall 239 West formal yet these female colonels . I
.enjoy the.solicitation of. friends
At I here I II
tog Into the second. like military rank with the male hold- No 5.
HH Dm by announce :myself a candIdate! for ForCounty Commissioner, Dist.
_ I rILF
ers of the title and on occasion wear the office of. Tax Collector subject to.

"Nothing is impossible; there are # .COUNTY CONVICTS.. & the uniform of their office. It the action ot the Democratic Primary hereby announce my candidacy for
# AT FLAT: TOP. Few wild r lection to the offics of couiry con>
ways which lead to everything; if we animals are left in New J May 15. 1906. .
i -. missioner from District No. 5, ubjer ':
Zealand. The takes NEILS McKENZIg OERTING.
had sufficient will we should always government good
** # r :Mobile! llglster. 'f care of the remnant-tad seeks to add & I J 'V\M Tt.tA I4'W to the action of the Democrat c Primary -
4'i; !have sufficient means, INewspape' 4 crv of May 15":
new varieties. Among t rant importa- '
; advertising is "sufficient means" by H mi' J. R. STEWARD-
tl \5'blch to accomplish any otherwise . . -
Alps which oubtto flourish In the : -
; tr% commercial ""impossibility. I It 'was stated at the Round Table mountains of New Zealand. A'ir 1 I hereby' announce- myself as .a Board Public Instruction. !

Club .mealing Tuesday night that 'the The famous Willamette meteorite has -ci: candIdate .tor .the office -of Justice of 'f

1t is general/! only in !petty Interests analysis of. Dr. Wm. G. Ward's report been sold to a New York scientist, the Peace, District No. 2 subject to T will be a candida'te for I

that wo!'run the hazard of not of the (MobIle Board of Revenue, who will present f to the American tha ac11on. of the Democratic primary ship in the Board of Public Instruction .
end Road Commissioners upon the : May lSth.ant-would: respectfully from District No.1, in thi- !i/- !
% t busting to appearances. On the condition of Mobile county convicts Museum of Natural History In New ask.the. siippqrt of ..the'honor.. mary election. :

ftr% day that a store is not advertised at Flat Top mines for 1903. showed York city. The price paid was $20,600, able vote. of.the.good citlzens of Pen- WM. E. ANDERSONI

::1jq the owner rates his interests' as I that there nine children at Flat Top which is, said to be the highest price sacola and.< Esc m.bla county.

-"IettyM ensoi thus trusts ,to -sometllrig -, eight black and one white child, ages ever given for.a meteorite.; Very! respectfully, meaner-
tw besides "appearances." ringing from 12 to .14 years; and 3S Probably the ir\tish\ law will be :;?. L B LL. will be a candidate for
ship in the Board'of Public In.-"ruc
youths %8. blacks and 6 white, oi Changed so as to allow trades unions
t1' ranging .from 16 to 20 tion from District .:-0. 2, -in the Pr-- i
ages years; to bank money' up to any amount in :I hereby annpunce .my candidacy
i: Sometimes a ,merchant must making. 42 in all, or 43.3 per cent, of "the postoffice savings bank 'as Is now for the office'of. Justice of the Peace mary election. i.
''$tretch'' his credit to the utmost the total number of Mobile convicts. for the Second.District. of Escambia H. G. DeSILVA.I
permitted to friendly societies.' In the
jto enough advertising Two iz\ the list, are females one aged Of'Covne
M4: IImiV', secure 'case of County, .subject to .theDemocratic,
1? and the other 20 years. ordinary depositors interest Is The Friend-Tour new patent znedfcina\ be held May membership
to' re-instate in public Interest ait11 1 Primary to. 15th, 1906. will be a candidate for
The not allowed more, than 1000. teems to have gained .; great rejmtatioa '
physician's report; shows that :
R. -NICHEISEN. Instructionfrom
of Public
store ,that had begun to "logpound. for curing people- To what do attribute '; in the Board
aU the convicts have been lusuffigently. The board of trade of Portland, Me., you' Not .wl'prtHd. >
Its great curative'powers' has forbidden'' yoi the District No.3, in the primary
"There ,happens: .sometimes! : ,Clothdj; badly fed; that, they hu'takenupth, matter pf establishing The Boss-To extensive and .Judicious liou.e"GialdWeiU. ,'. I hereby) aneun e myself a candi- election.

i: ? : incidents ia llf from hich ia re-Jive. -unsanitary: coaditioas;. and' 'a regular. apple liae! }befln'thatportrt adiejrtisiasL ... never.expected to'get it. date Ior-: the office- Justice, of. ,the -.: .,V.r M. AGERTOS.

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Are made with Royal 'Baking' :Powder Complete! List of Aspirants for 9 A. M.

-bread biscuit cake rolls muffins /' Various Political Offices I LACE SALE
1 : All-OVCF, Even mere man boWl
TIle.v'$ how to appreciate the

crusts, and all the various pastries ,re- > "* this Year., tap-d Laces Laces. He likesthnandhe1ikesto beauty of All-Over:

i will see a woman he likes wear them. It's
quiring a leavening or raising agent. Following' is a complete: list of the :_ 'Tea : I such an offer as this that makes Kress'

candidates,qualified to enter the Democratic a household word.
Risen with Powder .25c All-Over Laces.IS inches Tiide,very 25c
Royal Baking prmary: on :May 15: : 1 handsome deslgIlS per yam
Representative. in Congress, 3rd District has a hold upon
all these foods are superlatively light, '3P.M.
William B. Lamar. I
Jefferson D. Stephens. the finer tastes.It PUNCH BOWLS
tender delicious and wholesome. ,
Railroad Commissioner. :

Royal Baking Powder is the greatestof T&oaas, J.Vote< Appleyard.Ed. ;for Two. ) never lets go. : Cents Imitation, :

B. Bailey.
time and labor savers to the pastry' I R. Hudson Burr. I $2.00.
Justice of ,Supreme ,Court. : last day and best of all.

cook. Besides, it economizes flour, Thomas, L.(Vote Clarke.for Two) II BEULA"I II .

Charles B. ParkhilL I and Jewelry Day
and and bestofall makes James B. Whitfield. -;
eggs, ; State Senator. -Special Today

John S. Beard. Special to The Journal.,
the food more digestible and healthful. ; Pound
House of Representatives.M. Beulah April ,27. Tha beautiful
0. Baggett. i, weather still continues with very Is Day Only
Chas. M.-Coston.'f ,' cool little dew falling
nights and very !! :
vM. Jacoby. but vegetation continues to grow ; and Salt Water Taffy
J. E. Long. "- very rapiiy for the chance it has for Today, '
ROYAL BAKING POWDER co.1 KEiYoE, : Geo. T.' :Morgan. A good , ; Jerry. : J. Sullivan. Jr. thing just now for the ground is Pound, :
Tax Asessor. getting pretty dry on top and we Cents.
W. W. Richards. need it on account of 'putting out

f Tax Collector. :, .:. sweet potatQ; 1ants. '!
K. McK. Oerting.J..S. .'- ,- "Mr. Eugene*Snowdsn is :very sick I J :
Roberts:',:,,,', at- the home of his parents :Mr. andMrs. J1'S
I CROMANTON U McDAVID County-Treasurer. Uames Snowden. He was employed

tJohn ,G. Welsh. at, Hammac, Ala., andi was !
.._ -I.,E. Williams. -, burt "by his horse which resulted in I
., Thos. F.Wrighton.MemLrs his present.sc1mess. He was some
Special l to The Journal.? .Special to The ,JournaL of, County Democratic Executive -better -yesterday and hb! many ()() .
Cromanton, April 27.-The weather Committee. friends wish him. a speedy return to
is ''beautiful and people eeem to 'be en McDavid April,' 27.-Mr. J. N. Frank Reilljv,Chairman. realth.Mr. '
joying themselves to the very highest Giles Neiw Orleans and sir. S. Y. Tompkins the Confederate are in A. H; D'Alemberte"Secretary. James Snow den went to Quin- TflIPMUJT5
pitch. : Veterans attending Reunion.Mr. Precinct No.x 1-Archie Benton. tette last Monday returning te same (
No man able to work need be idle) day bringing Mrs. Elizabeth Bar-
; Wiley 1,). McDavid, of Pensa- Precinct No. 2Wm. Archer.
as laborers are in demand at good cola was out for a visit to his Precinct No. '3H.> T. PurselL rineau who will remain this week to ; "
par- BEST is WHAT WE SEll.
assist Snowden.
her :Mrs.
Two railroads at daughter
prices. are now Precinct
: No. ,4-A. C. Tippii
ents Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McDavid, last )
'Work locating terminals on East St. Sunday. ; Precinct No.' S:-A. H. Bailey. Mrs. CL B. Busby, who ha not

Andrews' 'bay, opposite Cromanton, Mrs. O. K. Bowman: i* PollarS Precinct,No. -C.. H. JackS'on.Precinct been feeling;' :,well for soma. time wa :;
in the Monday to medical
and from present appearance both No. .
this week the guest of her mother, 7-M. TMcMillan..
mean business. Mrs. B. F. Prlngle. Precinct 'No. 8-Olives White! : Bud aid.Mrs.
There was birthday party .at the Mrsi il.. 0., Baggett returned Monday Proctor." -* Eliza ''Busby does, not gain ; span and clean. They are light .
home of Mr and Mrs. Frank Studebaker from a 'pleasant visit with her Precinct No. 9-N..J. Brewton. strength very fast but continues i:* \ and heavy Brooms; here are a few
last Saturday in(honor of the about the ,same condition as at last ;
sister Mrs. RobinAra, hi Evergreen, Precinct No. 1GWard, W. H. : I :
sixth anniversary of their niece,:.Miss Ala. Godwin, J. F. Rigby. writing: She was in this ctty ye> : (! ). . .. .. .... .. ...50c
Martha 'Studebaker. A large crowd Miss Maggie Brewton,. one of our Precinct No. 11-W. C. Williams. terday to see.her physician. : ; ( ). .. .. ..'. ... ..... .... ....35c
qf little folks were in 'attendance and charming joung Jadiea: Is visitingiu Precinct No. 1?-M. A. Touart, Jr.; Mr. A. .j:, Malone, of the, city is in ((4 strin'gs) ... .. .. .. .. ... .35c
greatly enjoyed the occason.: Atmore this week Precinct No. 13-F, B. Radcliff. the settlsnjfial. on a political and cat- ; ). .. .. ..... ... .. .. . .25c
Mr. C. Ek r, of this place has the !Mr. ''W. ,A. Fisher of- .Pensacola&, Precinct No.: '14-J'. McHu'gh. tle round up 'and as Jack of does not : .. . . .. . . . .. 15c
finest strawberry! patch in West florl. was"out for .the day Tuesday.Mtessrs. Precinct No. 15 Wm. A. Dunham., do things by' halves\ some tha can-
da, and has 'been selling the luscious Geo. M. Harrison, :M. E Prec'nct: No. 16-W.' B., Hubibard dida.tesL"for .re-election l may have toslgn :
fruit fQr over month.: Baggett and W. Tompklns, threeof Precinct" No. 17 H. C. Iopton.Precinct "ex" ; names asa result i ; :
:Capt.: Roibt Studebaker launched I North MeDavld's ,most 'popular No. 18-:M.: O. DaggetL.Precnct of hh l |or. I

his new schooner, Martha Lillian,last young men, were' callers in Bluff No.; 19-,,....;.,..... tendej'Misses th Lyd, teachers, and Mary'association Spare at-at GERSON'S'S' Fancy Grocers, Pensacola.
Saturday. Miss Hodge had the-honor Springs (Sunday afternoon, .. Precinct No. 20-Mark McCurdy, : I
:Musco andwere
ea astAwcek
of breaking the bottle on her bow .The second quarterly 'conferenceof '
: Precinct No 21-Joseph D. Tram- : I
at the- home
pjeasaifyy jeEtertaI5ed ,
Fishermen are making! fine catches the 'M. , will convene at melt '
and ifcogia next Saturday and Sunday. It of R. L ?radley. They in company
are feeling jubilant over' their suc
Precinct No. 22W. I
H. Mayo.
ess. is hoped large crowd will be }jn' at- with Miss'(Mary 'Bradley, went out to
Precinct No. 23-H.,C. KiUam.Co '
ttndance.Miss ths .orange grove of "Mr. Cannae, located -
Rheumatic' Viola, Williams has returned ntt.Commissioners.. near Muscogee, where they had Barber Habit?
Pains Relieved. '
from a pleasant week spent with District Nor 3-Jas. M. Andrews. A. thp .pair! of seeing orange trees '
The excruciating pains characteristic friends and relatives, in, Pensacola C. Blount, Jr.t ''bi, Woont: "' How' many: (people k law A Gillette safety Razor will save lots
of rheumatism and sciatica are Distr'ct: No. 4W. P. Brownson H. that there tis An in Escamb'a "
A party of our young ladias, Misses 'orange, grove besides: 15 cents two or three times
quickly relieved applying Chamber, Etta, Mattle an.? Eva Bowman Mag-- C. crop ton. K: : 'county* :, that is proving a success ( 10 blades, handsomely silver plated
lain's Pain Balm. The great pain relieving gie and Carrie Brewton and Miss District No. '2- fohn A. Merritt. ? 'j
power of the liniment has! Mattia Gunter, accompanied by Mr.J. District No. ,1J. B. Rob rts. ; //That sheep raising is profitable J(
been the surprise and delight of thous. EL Bowman, spent a most delightful District No. 3-W. A. Shllby. here can !be, anaply proveia by look- Btore.
ndsof sufferers. The quick relief day with friends in Atmore District No. 2 Wm. J. Slnnott. ing over the, flock; of one of our 213 South Pallfox Street Pensacola
from pain which it affords is alone last Sunday. District No. 5-James R. Steward. successful sheep_raisers, ,Mr. Win.
worth many times its cost. For sale Mr. B. F.::Jernigan is*here on business !- Distr.ct! No. 4 John A. Wiggins, Henderson, who has, been long at ,
by all druggists this week! District No. 1-C. E, Zeek. the business. and whose advice to beginners ; ;

; !Mr. and \Mrs. Archie Bowman, ofFtnsacola County Board of Public Instruction. would be very valuable, as II I $
[ are on a visit to his .parents District No. 1 Wm. E. Anderson. he knows the.conditions from experience % 1*
Mr. and Mrs. R. 'Bowman.. District No. 3W. M. Agerton, W. and practice. The piney woods I PIANOS AND ORGANS. #
The first fishing party of the season B. Hublbard. cheep are notably free from disease, i CASH OR EASY TERMS. *
arrived last !Monday from Pine- District No. 2-H. G. DaSlva.: therefore their flesh is much better $ All Piano Work Guaranteed. ';#
cple.. They are camping'down on the Supervisor of Registration of'Electors for food. About their only enemy is CLUTTER & RUSHING, $0
iorroIijs' 5"i7eir and"aaero to b$ having fine W. M. J. Scott. the wild cats Jn the swamps which 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. #
Success., t 1i\J\ ; Justice of Peace.: .Ick up the lambs and the cur dogs are PHONE 476. #'
-- District No 2-J. L. Bell, J. D. Joss.. which occasionally gat: in their workon
.1 I R. L. Nichelsen, Geo. J. Stocumib the oia': heep. The remedy for I and *
I Top Grafting:. District !co.j.. M. Harrison. the first i is poison and for the lattera will .'
I More grafting should be done of the Distrlc4: No., 7-Joseph;;; E. Hanks J. good gun.' :: :
I tree fruits and Jess'or the public's mon S. Rika"4.. ;;. ,::'frs. Eliza:Busby has: gone to spend time been, SAFES SAFES SAFES! SAFES !
ey. Many worthless) trees from the -.1.- -" a' few days with- her mother Mrs.! :
standpoint of fruif are i permitted to occupy Ray: of' Bayou Moccasin. Wa; all Buy Liebold Safes.
Revival Commences Crestview. hope th9 visits: will do her' good as a sick Scarritt Moreno
Iowa's our orchards yet:vajuabto} :utilized AgentNOTICE
: visit to mother generally does. -to
as stocks for top grafting. Top )jln: order' not to conflict: with a ... -
Mr. and Mrl:: John Hurst, Jr., were -
grafting la not difficult; but it doesn't Baptist revival, paw in_progress. at the guests of MrJ: John! Penton of -, '
do it itself, In has the Baptist church, at Florala, Manager ; '
fact it some ad the Brewton settlement last Sunday.
R. .
E. Davis, of the "'
party of -- 1'
vantages. So utilize. the Mid cherry, Evangelist He'nrlch: Kel, has I '
accepted -
plum, pearand_ apple stocks.-Natlonal- Stockman. prop!:! at Crestview. and will conduct Foley & CJo-v _Chicago, originated
Pride a series of meetings to conclude! Honey and Tar as a throat and lung :Mrs. ,
Hea'. Clothe Made of, Wood. with the msetings 'at Florala! 'when remedy, and on':account of the great ...TO...
"It will probably not be very long before the party will open at Florala, as be merit and popularity of Foley's Hoqey vis
we can 'go into one of the dry fore announced. and Tar many imitations! are offered
goods stores and say to a clerk, 'Let .. for, the genuine. .:These: worthless USERSOc
me see what you have in the line of WANTED-AN : Initiations have similar sounding D. H.
wooden salts,' says Technical World AT FALKS.TRY APPRENTICE r.I names. Beware pf them. The genuine -
Hams and Magazine.. '"He1,may reply; 'Hard or 25apr Foey's! Honel'nd Tar is in a yellow ,
soft? ,whereupon }It will be our part package. Ask for it and refuse
to specify that we want a suit of 'good'' PHONE 1325. any coughs substitute.and colds.It W. A. D'Alera-remedyfor ]
pine 'without any cheap sapwood. : home II
berte, drtfggist' and apothecary.A .
BreakfastBacon Vests of this]: already worn I
by the enrd1nroom foremen in some Practical Contribution.On : -
of the,wool n' :mills. The material resembles the day following the earth 4
; a stiff, thick cloth',and is apparently Let Us quake at San Francisco. Borden's
aa durable as leather. It 1'$ Condensed Milk Company contributed : MRS. L. M. LUDLUM I Ian
not improbable that in, the future and had under way to the devas-; ,
cheap suits, costing about 60 cents nnd Furnish tated city, from one of their Pacific ,

guaranteed_ to, last foryears, will oe Coast factories! two carloads of con- grip expert teacher of the use of
made of spruce or p1n Napkins: i densed milk and cream, aggregating .I gas ranges, will be with us for
shirts, collars of the finest quality,have 50,000 cans the value of which was f several days and her servicesare
We Are .long 'been made from the fiber of Ice Cream .more than 5000. Speaking of milK, It I offered free to all users of
hemp, and in'FOO4 for heavier the'three page 'llustrated article : sev J gas ranges la the city. This
cloth the process is 'equally simple.,' whjch' appear|inJe, April 26th issue Is no instruction will embrace cooking -
Solo Agents.. The wood Is first ground into a soft I F That Picnic of Leslie'p f Weekly,, relating to the best in all its forms care of the
methods employed in. the productIon
pulprand this pulp is pressed through ; and range and its economical han
holes in.iron; plates It" comes out in ofproducts bjf f Borden's, Condensed } : an dling. It will facil'tate: and In-
Milk Co. is story which one shoud!
,. i I long ropes about. o 8'halt: inch in di. Dinner or 'ent rtainmenL'Anf read_ who-is !ineresled, in the problem cures sure a visit from her if you will
drug noUfy us at once thai YOU would-
which very
; These1 are '
ameter.' ropes
flavor like |n
you of pure ,f lOd.- like her to calk
easily broktm"1I.t-this-sfage. are dried bulk or fancy mol'. and
and then twisted ,tightly till finally 'that's as smooth as velvet.It Phone No. 148.
they become as small, as threads. Part is rich and nourishing
Sol! Cahn & Go Wm. Johnson' SonTetleys'
of the threads are used for the warp : and absolutely pare. !' -
and part for the filling, out of which there
a litton, 'web/ fit loojen! cloth Iswoven. Teas served free (in r. at

The Pu!. Food $to.... ." .. annex) by an expert. Either front, PensacolaGas

hot or iced. Call at the Big ; )- -
Souttmest Cornet Ptiafox and InUndencU A swell line, (Ladies' Ox; Kandy Kitchen Cafe Store and try a cup. There is in.

Phones J J 8 fords, j just received.Wm. (: flavor, fragrance and strength : Company

.. Johnson & Son. 104 S.PalafoL Phone 999 in Tetley's. Tea, i ,

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containing 20 full All of Block 118 West 5 lots on East Jackson: St., in most
desirable The lots are 40x
J Now is the Accepted Time. lots, for sale for a King tract _._. -$800': 132-6 each, being on the crest of the ...0 F'...

few days at hill and overlooking the 'bay, making

Several nice building lots:in a :most delightful locat'on for both HOOTON, & WATSON ,
1 summer and winter electric cars and .
He who hestitates is lost 'When opportunity knocks $600.00 block 78, north side LaRua hard street south front and corner. v

:'.4 'c at your door don't hesitate and ask "who's 'ther street, between. 13th and, They' are worth 2pOO, but for quick Leading Real_Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.

but open the door quck 14th sale,.wner.> will accept.. ......$2000 > ,

: ; : LESLIE E. BROOKSPhone avenues, :? 'MONEY. TO LOAN $12, OO., o-:;2 .store (buildings and 'dwelling, containing 6 rooms,near

Lots on East Hill ,and West FIRE INSURANCE. Union,Depot. A''fine investment.
Your Opportunity to Make Money 462 Fisher Building $2,500:00-0u of the'prettiest blocks on East Hill, containing 20 lots,
Hill sell for $50 nd
up on each 40x137 feet -
Jf L. S. BROWN\ & CO. : .
.. ;. easy payments. $3,800.00.--:25 very desirable lots on North Palafox. This is offered

: 4 In nsacola real estate is now. Take,our word for EAST END UP-TO-DATE MEAT for short time '-only;,. '

: i1 wise purchasers now will prove money makers.,'Bee MARKET AND GROCERY S10RE. 201 Theisen Building. $6.300.00Largestony: dwelling on North Palafox on corner.
our list We've some good bargains' ,' -tMcDavidHyer $$2,500.00-6 loom dwelling N. Hayne St. Lot 80x125' feet

Another fresh lot of Gophers- Just WE SEll LOTS"Homes I $3.350.0O-'Nce: : roomy dwelling, with large lot, stables and out housesin
received. .excellent location on DeVilliers St
MOYER, 'ON THE SQUARE, Company, $5,000.0G-Two. dwellings good neighborhood, near car line, on N.
I PHONE 718.I .
cater only to those who.want first Agents New York for Sale Barcelona St. .

Pensacola Investment Company class goods at living prices.' Life Insurance C mpany. ( PHONE 54, No; 37 S. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L"

S E. Government Street. Nice ,six room cottage on Little Bi-:
DMlOfflfniE Cor. Government and Alcanlz.
I a. H. City
Manager. you l large lot. near car The; pretty

h-B -* W. II.XNOWIK, President. .n B. SIMPSON, Secratary. Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. sum'ner'homeu.... .0... '.. $15CO! = -. .

1! J.L STILLMAN, V..Pres.and! Can. Manager. INOWUS BYE&,Treasurer. HELP: WANTED venient Six room io R.cottage R. shops.$1350, E. Wright, COlI E3SE jR-c &hRg3Sgtffi8pgTlSJgKeep | !| | J

;. ; Kael Estate, Loans, General Investments. Wanted'n'n I Beautiful East H'll residence, two
Insurance at Home
Life !
9 WI.NTEDstrucUon; of San Francis -, I stories, 8 rooms. new and modern; an Money

215 South Palafox Street Pensacola .' .. .. ...... 30CO I i
Florida. Best Book. Large profi g.. MATTRESSES RENOVATED New;, eleganthome.., -. ? According-lo-iast; .report at, hand of state treasurer the people of
: Act quick. Sample Free. Globe Company tick furnished if desired. Guaran.I 'I
Florida in one
723 Chestnut St. Philadelphia. teed. Crapet taken up and: matting G R. YAEGER Tear
1 .4- 28apr3t- "- laid if desired. Leave orders at Paid Life Insurance Premiums Amounting to Over. . .. 41,500,000
-:1: Green While the'entire aggregate losses !paid were a little over 400,000
-- I- & Watson. Phone 193. 7mar No. 202 Theisen Phone 686.
r I WANTED-Two capable men for life Eldg. Draining the state .of over.... .. .. . . . . 1,100,003

insurance work (Salary and com' BOOKKEEPER and general office An increasing, gain has, been going out of the state for twenty years.

;fi1I Beautiful Home mission. Good opening for r'.gat: men.'I I I man of 10 year's experience, wants, Board, and Rooms.
American. Life! Insurance Co., Bro<3na.'I!,I position. With present employer: 16' > -V M .>, VW > W< .> V- j American Life Insurance
I ham Building. 23apr i iI :I mouths.Journal. Address "Bookkeeper, ," care!; PLEASANT ROOM to rent with privilege !l Company

j' 26aprlw'WANTEDTo of light house keeping, 301{ W. Florida Company with. home offices at .
on North Hill corner Gadsden and Brc1gastreets: lot has a front WAN'I1ED-At once a cook and'nurse a rent a.6': to 7 room'I I I Chase. SaprNICELY FLORIDA
:4 on Gadsden street of 200 ft. by 150 ft. at 535 East Zarrag3sa.28apr4t .
on Barcelpna, 10 rooms, two' house ,
or cottage, modern improve ,
Every dollar of its.assets invested sections where it is paid in.
t Jii story, modern in every way. The yard Is,large and well : i FA .
\r; will make one of the nicest homes in', If you kept.a"beau I ments.. Address* H., care. 'Journal25aprillw FURNISHED! ROOM for renton 1:1: Is not such a company' worthy of home patronage?
want North Hill car line location .
S : ,tiful home this is your opportunity......., .,....-..,. ... ,..., $15,000 : MAKE BIB MONEY. FAST selling very desirable. Apply 208 W.; Gadsden .CAPITAL STOCK$500,000--POLICIES FROM $50 TO $10,000

vrW.1 the official story of'""The Destruction WANTED-Youn-g country printer street 25apriliITNE I Psnsaeola Office: Brosnaham Building
of San Francisco. Our authors,
wants a position in
: -' newspaper or
}, Trumbull White and Richard Liathi-
Fisherville job office in Florida; or Alabama. Has DOUBLE FURNISHED Rooms I
on the Bay Shore cum guarantee authenticity. Nearly eght: years' experience and an all- with board; bath room, telephone'

500 large pages. Dozens of photo- round good job printer., A perfect I No.' 865; on electric car line. at 415 'HOTELS.. I Miscellaneuos
graphs. Retail $1.50. $10 to $20 per ., ,, .
:4 gentleman and absolutely :sober! ; will W. Gregory St April221w' rnan srru www-
: Fisherville on the car'line and bay shore day easy if act quick., Will outsell I I
1* /cool and pleasant l In summer you start on moderate salary. Address:, FERRELL HOTEL Sneads, Florida.. REGUUAR HACK LINE-From Chip
( ; away from the noise and dust cf-the-city! a niceneighborhood. any book ever published. Every:
;- stating full particulars Arthur Win. Rates $2.00 per' day Nice rooms, ley, making connections -with mail .
J., d:1: We can sell the very nicest building lots for ,f 175. to $50.0.'and.if you body interested. Outfit free. Send free, WhI Caste! La. 12aprlw I ROOMS CHEAP-FurnIshed or unfurnished good beds, table "the best J. M. Fer- launch for points on St. Andrews bay.
) haven't the money to put up your home'wewill'lend you the money. lOc for postage today, Best terms to suitable! for light house Extra teams for traveling men. Good
:W ALL PROPERTY in the Maxent Tract.'Wes :.of. _"XT street. noW', on agents. Credit 'given. Freight paid. i WANTED.-All kinds of electrical keeping. On the Hill, location high rell, Prop.' 17apr horses comfortable vehicles. Call oa

': tiq; sale. I Take orders while! waiting' r outfit; i work. I sell all kinds of electrical and healthy. Close to car line. Apply HOTEL VERNON-Rates ?2 per day.. or address J. C. Sinclair, Chipley, Fla.

t .,. Monarch .Book Company, Philadelphia batteries and other electrical supplies. 314 E, Strong. Phone 1213.., Special rate! by, week. Special at-I Telephone No 74. 28apr
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR SALE. Pa. -, 26apr2w When. you need me ring. 345 or 955. 18aprlm tention to traveling men. Free sam.
f R W. Peake, new,Star Laundry building
4q1 THE. COLLECTION'OF'' .! RENTS. A SPECIALTY. WANTED ,good cook at once, 18 ,: E. Garden. ISdec.WIANTED WANTED-'.few"regular boarders pIe Mrs.. .J.P., Mauldin- Prop. CARRIAGES repaired and repainted.
Jackson st.
i$4 24apr
Also a few table boarders in private! Floats built to order. Horse shoeing
WANTED' -First-class barber for colored '-' -By 'first-class iron and family; good local:on; convenient to HOTEL SOUTHERN-open all the a specialty. J. G. Welsh CarriageCo.
t E: THE FISHER REAl ESTATE, AGENCY i i trade. Ring 1010 ,1 ring: or' brass molder, position as foreman. car" line; use of bath and phone, No. I year. American and European plan.' 27feb
( call at Sylvester Campbell Store near' Strictly sober knows his business. 401 E. Gregory. 8aprlm Special summer rates. Frst-class: in

; &j 206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. PHONE :dummy depot Warrington Fla. Best of reference. Molder,'care Jour every respect. Pleasant and conven-I

87 ; 24 apr!. nal. 22aprlw* NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent, ient. Mrs:, T. L. Bowen Prop., Pen- For Sale.
: r sacola. Fla. ISapr .
suitable for
I. light housekeeping.
-- -.- ------------- -ii WANTED-Two good men to collect WANTED-By experienced white saw of and bath.
-- 1 mill man' with family Privilege phone: Apply THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy rooms FOR SALE CHEL4P-A second hand
k 1 -- --- -I debit and solicit insurance. Address fireman in healthy location,, Address as 810 E. Gadsden. St, or phone 96. good beds. Free, baths and sample touggy. Apply to 405 W. Chase St.
P. 0. Box 43, City. 25aprlw I ; I
Millman, Care Journal. .. 22Aprlw ., room. 52 per day Special attention: 22aprlw.

};it1 ,Professional.,-unru!, --uJWtn.. nttStfl.fltJ1.JrurJ-rrJ.JJJ-s.Directory .. ,FOR SALE W.kNTED-GoOd! cook'at 62 West Gonzalez -I WANTED-Stenographic work of any ... to Dei'uniak traveling! JR.Fla.. Browib JSmarlm Prop.,I' :FOR SALE-A full-blooded St. Bi-.
St 24apr nature. Will give same PLEASANT place to board on North
ttgf;! THOS. PEBLEY, ,All kind of real .estate for sale or tention. Phone 285. prompt' Hill on car line. Address No.8, I' nard dog; two years older; > intelligent
reat North house at CENTRAL HOTEL CHIPLEYop.depot. 'Address Dug' care this oi-
Hill and East Hill vacant WANTED-A "gin. once. Apply care Journal. 27mar
1i l LAW, REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND lots. Some very choice.ones al, 229 N. Spring. St 24aprlw I WANTED-The public to know that "Large and well lighted flee, or phone 538 2-rings. 28apr2''

; ';JAt COLLECTIONS, good bargains for homes or investment .' I we can do, all kinds of repairing rooms. Free sample room; Meals. at I

:". ,.ow .I PALAFOX AND ROMANA. WANTED-Agents wanted on' San I float building, horse shoeing, etc. J.! Old newspapers at five cents a bundleat all hours. Special attention to travelin'gjnen. FARM FOR SALE 80 acres. locatedat

.., ," PHONE 55Lgj One large lot on R. 'R, good factory FranciSco ,Horror Book, 600 .pages, i G. Welsh- Carriage Co.. 27feb 1 this office 4 They'.are all. clean $2.00 per day. J. M. Tug. Cottage Hill on railroad; all fenced
,; .vJ:8 Or warehouse site. One water front i fully illustrated, $1.50. We give 50 COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand and nlc gle Prop. 13marlm in and with large house, barns, out
: lot houses, etc. Creek runs through the
: that a purchaser. could make no per; cent-pay frelghtgive'credit- Cleaning Club 212 N.DeVillers CHIPLEY HOTEL-Carl Setterllnd;
"... -1"..: T G YATES M D mistake' to buy. One 40-acre farm premuims. Outfit free. Percival Supply St., Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your patronage Prop. Special attention to commercial the land land., and 4 or 5 springs are also on

: "" ,., aaa of 160 acres" both near Pen-j' Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 24apr6t solicited; satisfaction guaran Rftonoy to Loan. travelers. Free sample and bath ,' pecan Plenty, peach, shade and trees plum and
l i
teed. Careful attention given ladles'garments. Large rooms with beds.
OPTICIAN w rooms. I I Good soil also have
Four choice brick business houseson ; a loc cf fine breed '
4. WANTED house girl and washwo. Phone 1222..
gfebWANTED. $2 day. ISmarln1
per I
Palafox St. for sale. MONEY TO chickens ducks hogs, goats!, pea
;; 1 SOB TH/E5CV BUILDING Fine invest- man. Apply 914 E. Strong St. LOAN-Everybody borrows
meat property. Few choice offices 22aprlw. .-Tas M rCi1anta TransferCo. money from Jno. A. Hall &I I BAY HfTEL.-Open :sight and day. fowls, pigeons, geese and turK ys of
J"...,.1 for rent. \[. wants your moving and banling. Co, 16 E. Government, street. Wheu European plan. Rooms light and all kinds. Reasonfor selling i id that 1

: k(; WM, D HOWE, Turpentine men all get rich and WANTED first-class cook. White All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor- in need call on us. 9feblm clean. Transient trade solicited. have no one to manage place. A grea
.. have good turpentine ,business II sen, Prop. Phone 978. ISJunelao.WANTED. Palafox. bargain either as an investment or
; ATTORNEY AND or colored. Apply 222 E. Government 575-579 S. Jas. S. Nicolau,
sale cheap. 15 crops boxes plenty for party looking for a good farm on
St 20apr MONEY LOANED on all kintSs of Prop.
LAW round timber 'Jease on which together' .-Hauling and transfer p r'f' which to make money. Everything:

r:?; JJ 14V2. EAST GOVERNMENT ST with boxes' good .seven years longer. WANTED.-..-Salesman of long experience work. Office phone 363; residence Terms J. B. on Gray short& Co.,notice.2V.. genuine and Just as represented. Nc
Write or call and see schedule of fake. Write or call on W. H. Morgan,
I phone 390. Acosta & White 22-28 N.
wishes a connection with a first- Romana. Phone 1165. ifeb Miscellaneous
i property Box 453. Pensacola for further ianc-
; 1 SA' class grocery firm in Pensacola., For Tarragona St. 25mar. -
: FOR I_E I I West Florida. Can established ulars. 31mr:
:-:1.\, .. carry MONEY TO LOAN.-On real estate or CHIROPODIST: E. St Clair
1: Lilt Of Property for Sale by D. Hale business with "me. Will be open May WANTED.-The public, to know that other sufficient security by applj- Thomas, professional: ,chiropodistCorns : JUST RECEIVED-Large sWnment! 01

'J, Wilson & Co. .".. T. CRAWFORD 1st. "Georgia, care Journal. } old newspapers can be bought at ing to'Thos. Pebley cor. Palaror and "rounions and ingrowing nails imported Olive OIL Retail by pint
14apr2w for five
this office a bundle.
: t One block on proposed street carzI 31514! South Palafox Street all cleanand nice.. c Theyare Romana. up stairs. 17no-m.. successfully treated. Office in opera gallon or larger quantity. G. Morassa

: Nj line, New City overlooking Bayou WANTED good all-round printer, house building, Government"street en & Co., ship chandlers and! grocers, 7iu

:zI t Texar, and under fence.. ....J3000 capable of doing first-class job'printing WANTED-We want your orders foi MONEY TO LEOn good real estate trance. Office hours 8 to 12 a. 'm.; South Palafox. 4oc'-
: :sr.d One half 'block on Lakevlew avenue and experienced hi'newspaper 1907 Art Calendars.: ;.Over 300 original security or on good collateral, 1 to 8 p. m. 2 apr 1

.' in settled neighborhood and on hard work. Must be absolutely sober; no designs to select from. All at lowest rates Leslie E. Brooks, MlLTOlN' UPHOLSTERING SHOPWSlIJe FOR SALE OR RENT-Two lighten;

:4B"" road very cheap at.. .. .. ..$1500 drinking man need apply. Cook & prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensacola. Fisher building. 21Jaa: Mlms', Proprietor. Furniture -. lumber one with the capacity other thirty for 75 thousand thousand One-half block ((12 lots) and six new Hutchison Chiplsy, Fla. 7aprlm .IGfeb.WANTED. repairing of all kinds, car jts; M
Rates reasonable.
? ,J houses rentin-g for $5.00 each with MONEY LOANED on all kinds of parEonal laid furniture packed for shipping.' pacity. Also1'0
{; .vr; 1 room for seven more. houses.. $3250 .-Electric' work'of ah kind. property on short notice. Phone 63. Next to Tampa Landing. skiff beats for sale cheap, 22 ft. Ions;
'' 5 ft. beams. Telephone write .1. A
Two large lots and a good three WANTED Let Us 'dean year fans repair: your Terms easy. J. W. Bullard upstairs 22April.
Chaffin & Co. Fla.
tkJ4'\1 room and hall house renting* for $6.00 Lntr-U--trtrtt.ntttuflrrmrj' ,rr-. dynamo, 'do jour wiring, etc. Par-na 2SVS South Palafox St., Phone 1144. GOOD NEWS FOR PE .:)ACOLAIfyou
: per month; if sold atonce... ..$600 570. Pensacola: : Elecirlj Co.. 2C5 S.: tinor need 'any locks or keys repaired
\ !i', One nice five OLD HATS MADE NEWPanamaand THE HIGH L.\ND-East Hill elec-
:> roomed house in good Ba :en. or fitted anywhere in your loose;
t\i locality with 37 foot lot renting for Straw hats cleaned, pressed UNLIMITED amount or money'to loan if you have any trunks needing repairing tric car line, six lots 100 ft. front

.; 10.00 per month.. .... ,. ..$1000 and blocked. Panama 50c,,straw hats WANTED-Youn orders for tailor oa all kinds of personal property. or lock and key; or have you a Illy 137% deep corners $700, Inside
One-naif an arpent and ten roomed 25c, felt hats 35c. Work guaranteed. made Clothing. We' make your Special rates to business men on large dull lawn mower, needing sharpeningor lots $600. There are no better situa

1.f J house'In central part of the city nice Victor Louis 100 E. Intendenda. clothes fit. Let us take your meas leans. The! New York Loan Co., 204*$ repairing scissors or'carvers to Uons than these loU A. V. CIu bo.

':t. bade and fruit trees.. .. ..$5500 24 aprlm ure. Lamm & Co., Chicago W. O. South Palafox. grind; guns pistols and rifles to clean ,
t143j Vacant lots in any' part of the WANTED TO RENT" repair? We can 'properly clean
i city --Smal} cottage. Wells, agent, Chipley, Fla. 7aprlm and FOR SALE.-Improved aa4 naimprav-
tJa at prices' that will take. Several In- Must'be close in and cheap. Ad- adjust and' repair any make of type-: ed pruperty In all parts of the cii; >.
74 twtments that will net 10 per cent. dress with full particulars, 9Scare SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED writer. All of these things! and many
Save both by conferring with us ,LOSTLOST J. A. Wllsoa & Co., Real Estate Agents,
t' oa the money invested. Journal others can h e.promp'Oy done
I 15apr -Highest price 'paid for gents'clothing' ,yqu
when Room 7, Salisbury buIlding. Phone
: out to buy REAL ESTATE. See .
n- -- nn B.Bruce's 28 East Government
1). FOR RENT. pnlFSell second hand goods. 'at F. ,
as about' ,some of th following: PANAMAS-Let us clean your Panama STRAYED OR STOLEN, 380. : 172. 23jaa:
: Phone 18apr2w
,, Dress suts for rent 9 E Intendencla.
Ten roomed house centrally located Store N., DeVillier street, renting and straws. Hats cleaned,blocked ,Pure white pup about six monthsold '

-:4: ;."{ tad unexcelled for a boarding house, for $180 'per ,year.. .. .. ....$1500 and rebanded by expert workman. WANTED-By ; cross between fox terrier and GOOD PASTURE-For a few Horses I AUTO IOBILES.-l am agent for the
1 :!4:1 .n street car line $35.00'per month. House on North "C" street cheap Leave hats at Fredericksen Tailor stenographer.a young A-l man references, position :bull t ; liberal reward return, to F. R. and cows. Address'r apply to W., Pope Mfg.Co. and can sell you autos

-u, : iFlTB roomed house close in, town a t.... ...; ..; S. SI .$600 Shop, 31 S. Palafox St SpecIal'atten-furnished.' as Address C2. Journal Made, 118 W. Cervantes. 28aprlwOLOST H. Kilbee Brents. Fla. ISaprlw from $500.00 up. They cost less than

k,ti Hrj..yard and nice out buildings, stable House; on East Arasoa! street, only tion to mail orders. Saprlm. care MATTRESSES :AND FURNITURE. horses to keep up. They can be run

1'\'f'! etc., $20.00 per month. .. .. .-..* .. .'. ... .. ..$650 in
{l1.1 It what S '" WANTED-Will Invest $1000 to $3000 OR STRAYED small,dark: Mattresses made to'o13let; old ones I Ireuovatet. sand or anywhere a horse can go.
you want is not listed
98 acres of good farming; land a with services in 'some' ., New ticks furnished Leslie E. Brooks.
r ligitimate WANTED-To, buy old ,gold and silver brown heifer with tips or horns
Iff: call us up by phone 234 .or call and bargain at .t, ...... ... ... ...$1000 and respectable business. Giva broken stuff in Second hand furniture bought and
,If l eeus' at 30 S. Palafox street par up regardless of sawn off; not very good order, liberal
T'1 Four blocks in. West King Tract, ticulars. M.. 42. care The Journal. sizes. Cash paid. Llghtman & Klein. reward to any one giving infor- sold. Upholsterin-g and repairing cone NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Those
f( f each. ...... ..... .. '.. .$1000 12apr3w 106 E. Wright Phone 1127. maton as to its where ''bouts. Last 114 E. Belmont St.' city' ,phone 771>, wishing to make a successful run

;i D. Halo Wilson & Co. We have numerous other properties seen 14 St. and 14'ave.. Address!: J, B.I Davis Mfg.. Co.:.C.; T- Davis,. Mgr. should supply themselves with a bo''
"" listed with us and It would pay WANTED.-- A. R. Bingham wants
T., 104 S. Palafox St., or phone 86. tie of PLUTO. Now is the season ro
fh", to consult moving and FOR I
you us .before' making your your hauling. He guai\ RENT EXCURSION-The launches Stella t
;" ,
: 28apr l\*r
stomach and
innstmenl' antees all breakage. Phone 630. SW WJfl 'LrflU'UWLW t 4W WflJtfluWtfiflfl, prepare your
Leclair ,wlll'run excursions to'
-; For Farm Turpentine FOR RENT and I against all diseases. Pluto will do J.
We are in 'receipt of advices from After May 1, furnished:
: $ Timber Lands the fire insurance companies NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to exchange cottage at "All Bay." Address Box i; LOST...:''At Bay Hotel, pocket book the Life Saving 'Stationor other For sale by all druggists and grocers,
repre- of interest,
seated by "That I for lot on East HilL Address P. 815 Pensacola. 28apri:j I; containing money and valuable. papers points day or' night on reasonable wholesale by Jas McHugh.
us all losses In Cal I '
J Jti1 terms. Phones 659, and ::0. ,
iforala 0. Box 207. 30mar .:,i ; suitable, reward for return to Bay
:J Call on or Address conflagration will be promptly Hotel. No questions asked. 2t*I J: C. Sutherland-- Mgr. 12apr,
it. ,it paid and ,that THEY ,WILL CONTINUE WANTED-All owners of poultry to FOR RENT-House on corner' Church Ii:I I : FOR SALE-One new Kokens barber

.M l Turner AYmard TO FURNISH! ABSOLUTE know that we are agents for the eel and Commendencia Sts. Apply to i I I TAILORING L. 'Diamond! Tailor., chair. also several mirror .

4-c.:: Real Estate and Co.: INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY ebrated Conkey's Poultry Remedies J. M., Pfeiffer. 26apr! LOST'.-Meresham pipe. Reward for I Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and I Call or write J. A. Billings'.ey, 14 1 e
FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE FOR Guaranteed to 'cure cholera J >I' repaired on, short notice .No. 111 Government: St. 13Apnll'a
p O. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs,Fla rupe : FOR RENT-Second 'story 'over Lin.1 return to Parlor Market. 27apr ,$
ALMOST. ONE;' HUNDRED YEARS. tape and to kill fleas, lice! and mites. denstruth's jewelry store. Suitable I .i' West Government; ,St.. feDs cola. Fla;

..: Protect your home and business Also their wonderful egg producer F. for offices, sleeping quarters or stor. LOST Saturday:, ,April 14, presumably ,| Idee. FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire,
'I".M CREW, NOTICE. against loss by fire by insuring with S. Mellen & Co. Phone No.. ;U. I age rooms. LEe DanielL 24apr from wagon, package coataininpaIr' I I hogs; best of breeding. Ae* f r
'f1i Neither the Captain owner ISapr. trousers addressed H. >! J. PORTER, sailmaier 716 South'I catalogue. Carl Setterlind, Chipley,
FOR RE.T-8-room. 2-story ] Pj Moog.I
: Cottage
of the ItalIan ns.ESCAMBIA for
or consignee .
\{r1a ship Canara. will be responsible REALTY CO. A.'iTED.-Real Estate for sale or 318 W, Belmont Apply to Walker If found returned to Express office! tents. awnings,camp stools and house
and rece've reward..
rent. leasa or exchange.. Your business Ingraham. April20() I cots etc. Prices reasonable.: Sljaa
for debt contracted 2G.W2 S. )Palafox Street. respectfully*solicited.' J. A. Wil-- I : FOR SALE-5 rodm cottage '111
k4lL: by. Jhe crew of said vesseL Telephone 1052. Real Estate A. R. BINGHAM has storage room torrent SHIP CHANDLERS-MeKinzIe Oer,. monthly paymeats. Newly pa'.nteii!
son, Agent, 22% W. Gov-
ai il G. B. RPETmnsigned General agents for :State for Home ernment street Room '7 suitable for furnture: or other I' SKATING EVERY AFTERNOONTHIS ? I i lag & Co..' wholesale, 'and''retail ship and papered. Gas and water, 14

1t1 \ to Master,, Master Life .Insurance. Co., of. New York. building. Phone 172. Salisbury Z3jan goods 104 and 108. South Tarragona L WEEK, 4 TO 6. LADIES >:) chandhrs and! iro: ers, only ftrstcl3.sshouse blocks from East Hill car line on N.

-. :. ". St. Phone 630 SOnoT f CRILDREN.' '. .., SPECIAL:: RATES. of kini- ,in-city... .;Fair, t--irtcea to all., 8th ave. G. E, Bredt. 26aprlftf

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I Thousands; kach Day Who AreLooking;: for Bargains I

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Special Bargains We Are Overstocked With McMillan Bros. Co. SHIPPiNG NW[ old jo.en Pensacola, Si. Andrews.and

For Few Days Only Brick, Lime,. Plasterer's Laths, Pine Shingles, 77fwhiskey Gulf Steamship Co.

: Fence Posts Etc. i
40x240 W. RomanaSt \
Lot St. Phone 11. Ij.G.beSILVA&CO. Arrived. the host of STEAMER TARPON.

near Spring ... ...... ................... .......... .... ..... ..... ... ... ...... ..'.......... ......... LuiSa. Ital. bk. 1591, Hontano from
with 5 room hous __'$3250& '( ............"..."... """........... M.. ..........................................."........."'"'\1 Nolloth to master.Cleared./ the best FIRST-CLASS YY. OL 3ARROW, Masters.

80x170 W. Romananear .MOBILE, "LABAMA.MAR'KBTS. Olivemoor' ,.' !Br f s.J970 Clark for e4jiL( grainis FREIGHT SERVICE
Lot Cardiff 'wjth 8,065 po.:, 'p.p.: .. sawn -BetwV' -

DeVilliers St.$1000 City of Pensacola Improvement BondsDenomination timber.* none PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHfc

i 'V,BSBLS IN "CRT.Steamships. too goodforfioldjoe.
Leslie E. Brooks ,.
.$1,000.00 Each. J i I -:
'k\lw\ And all points on St. Andrews
Annie,' Brit ss, Wle, 2445, Rio Janeiro .? Bay.
Fisher Building. Dated Jan. 1, 1906. Maturing Jan. 1, 1936. Redeemable Jan. 1926. 'Naval Stores.isavannail to Pensacola Lumber Co. Carrabelle. and Apaiachlcola.'

Interest Payable'Se'nI.Annually. Ga., April 27.-The naval I Bainbridge, Br ss, 1193, Smith, New. scrupulous care old time I SCHEDULE
--__ stores market closed today as follows: port News tolL Baans. ;
WW.... ..fl .. .... .... ....5 50 Birmingham Br. ss,' 2612, Balti. distilling methods; expert Leave Pensacola Sunday, $:30 rm. ,
FOR SALE We Offer For Sale These Bonds WG.. .. .. .... I.. ... .....5 45 more; to Gulf 'Transit CO.Ca attention Leave for Mobile Pensacola AIL Tuesdl
Subject to result ,. .
; proper age. 8:30"p-
N ..... '" S. .S .S ... .5 40 >o ,Domingo Br ss 1713. Friend St Andrews
BARGAIN LIST PIANOS. v Prior Sale (In Amount to M...... .'. .. .. .. ...... .....535 Galveston to Gulf Transit Co. : a perfect whisker m.. for CarrabeUd and, Millville interaedUtt Aptlac'alcola -

Lester Piano mahogany fine order K ...-..... ..' ..T .. -:- .. .. ...525 Chelford Br .BS, 1707 Wood Tamp-I it couldn't bear old
an points.
.g5 $350. price now $275 used only Suit Purchaser. I .. \ %. .'. '. ., ,;. ... .o. '. S..4 55 co, to"order. For additional information,
i few months. $10 cash balance ?8 ..S H...., .. .. ....... ..'....... ...4 40 :Haslington, 'Br ss 1220 Willis, joe" label wasn't.full J. R. SAUNDRRS.B. apuly: .tj
per month. ,- Correspondence Invited. f G.... !.. .. :,:.. ;.. .....4 00 Kingston to Gulf Transit Co. B. COBB, PrwWeflt.Gen. .
Irving, handsome case, was f300 F.; .' .... '.;,..: .; ..:. ..:<..390 Homewood Br. ss. 1290, Jerginsen measure-convenient package Fit. ana Pass. .Art-
ROW |215; very iHtle used. Terms $10 E: .et .j4....... .. ..j' .. .. ....3 SaD New Orleans' to W. S. Keyser & Co. reasonable price: -sold I everywhere"b&b" \r Pensacola Fla.

cash, $6 per month. THE ..... .. '.. ..... .. .... ..380 Kirk tall. ,Br., ss, 1162, Hinde, Faro, I
Clutter large handsome mahoganycase PEOPLE'S-BANK OF PENSACOLA C. .. : : ....,.. :1 .. ... '.. ..3 75 to JT A. Merritt &Co. !,
; was $400 now $335. A bargain. Spirits Turpentine 64 cents. '.. Louise"Ger,58' 1480, Bohndorf, Antwerp atlanta _
Terms $15 cash, $8 per month.
----r' to J.. Schreyer .
jlehlin, high grade mahogany; was 4 PENSACOLA, FLA. AUSLE. $,, CO.'S REPORTS Olivemoor Brit ss, 1970 Clark, Rio -I -sllSLLTfRRf.11JIft--- -....
$450 now( $390; rented only few : Liverpool) Cotton Market Janiero, to J. H. Christie. I EXCURSIONRATES

months; $20 cash, $10 per month. J -'cb.' Ribston, Br ss, 2185, Robinson ''Rio
Sterling ebony case was ,$350 now -a --Iw- ---- Zan.'I'.b...................................5.68 de Janeiro, to W. S. Keyser & Co. .
$lO $10 cash. $6 per month. ob.-ar.................................... Vida, Nor ss, 976 Arressen, Card
Clutter. large size mahogany case; Kar.-J.prl1.................................6.89 nas, to Hyer & Co. TO
used seven months was $400 now April.Kay .................................5.89 Vivina Span ss, 1958 Bustina, Liverpool i R'R' CALIFORNIA'ACCOUNT
J275; $10 cash $& per month. KAT.Jun................,...-................5S9 via Cuban ports to ,Gulf : :
Kimball, walnut case was $375 used A BankAccount June-Jily .?.....................t1S.. ...6.90 Trals.1 !
two years, now $185, $10 cash balance .Juij- ururi ............................... 5.90 it Co. Imperial Council, Ancient Arabic
$7 per month. | Aogmit-Beptember.........................6.S3 e 1Ipe.Canara I
All of the above are upright pianosand September-October .:.......... .......... B.T4 ItI. ship 1495, Repetts. Genoa Order Nobles of the Mystic
them. I October-N oTember ...........'..... ......tea to Master. Shrine
we guarantee We have 16. November-December .................. ..5.65 Orpheus Aust ship, Medanle, Tries MAY 7th to 10th, 1906
square pianos from $15 to 45.. 50c "' should be started by every man, woman Deoemi'oer-Jinnmry ........ ..............s.jj:; te. Tickets will be sold April 24th
per week; good for practice. Livftl'pOOlSpota,607. Ophelia Nor ship, 1127, Larrsen,
CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE, and child. Start. one to-day, even Dunkirk. to May 4th inclusive witha

Pensacola, Fla. though it be in small and add Bar limit, of July 31st
a way, to New. York Cotton Market. ** The Rate from Pensacola to
FOR SALE-One large fire proof VIc.1, it the small change which you Open High! Low Close Antigua, Nor bk 1348 Ferguson. Los Angeles is 6460.
Orleans to A. Zellus.
new. Double spend'J T 11.12' 11.17 10.03 1L09 New Rates
tor safe practically .i Proportionate from
thoughtlessly hereand there Paalo Angelo,> Ital bk 1136 Bezzo. .
doors. Reason for selling, have a. : ; nly 1093 1L02 10.85 10.91Aurusi Other Points.
one. Safe Dept.Wm. Johnsont surprised how rapidly it will 10.85 10.37 10.73 10.74 Parkwood, Nor bk 756, Lunde- THE ROUTE-Is via St. Louis
grow. Oetober.............10.45 1047 10.35 iaS3 guard St. Nazalre to Or !er.
Son. ISapr Decemb.........10.48 10.18 '10.85 HUO .Precursore Ital .bk, Schiafflno, 1508,, and the" "Scenic Line of theWorld'
5. Four per cent interest paid to depos- New York potg. IL7S Genoa to Rosasco Bros. viz: Missouri Pacific
and Denver & Rio Grande
WANTED-To on Schooners.Donna : Rail
loan money yontwatches itors in Wheat.
savings department.
jewelry and personal ef Christina Am sch, McLeod ways through Colorado and Salt

\ fects. Highest cash price for old gold Kar_u....Ope'nmell.,g". ''Z9J Low 7SJ' CION 1 165, Cardenas. Lake City. This rate Is open -
and silver. Lightman & Klein, 106 E. zs1-.Th ( 79 Si 79- for the public.
wrIght Phone 1127. : Corn. Write for Illustrated Literatureand

FOR. SALE-One four ton Ice ma- ; Kay...........Opeir'&A High ft ,vi Low Close&% BLUFF LOW RATES-Will also be
chine complete running now making Jjr. __.......*403 > :tt 45% 48- : SPRINGS]I made to Denver in July account
ice daily. Will sell at a bargain. I New York. Stock Market i ,THROUGH SERVICE meeting of the B. P. O. E., The
Reason for Belling installing 15 ton FIRST NATIONAl' BANK Open Close 1 VIA National Educational Association S

plant Address quick to T. W. Pace. 8oatharnP cIflo.r......- ...? 65% $4 ,L.&N.E.&T.Wand C.&E.l.' meeting in San Francisco
Qmncy, Fla. 26apr2w.; Copper....;......U........... 105]<< 1023A. Vestlbule4 Through Trains Dally July 9th-13th and the National
j OF PENSACOLA ,FLA S.R........................... 1853 131 ,Special 1 to The Journal. 2 NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO_ Baptist Convention Los Ange-
FOR SALE-ten new. .and second. / Atah.'!'............... 8J ,S8 OeFunlak Springs .April 29.-Mrs. THROUGH SLEEPERSwo BAY COACHES les, Cal, September 12th-19th. '
second hand office safes different W. KHOWIM; Prea. W.K. HTBR JR., V.-Pres. and Ca 'lel'. ....B .i.rf.....- 3( ......... 154! ito Hope Cawthon KEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO I. E. REHLANDER,
baby and Mrs
sizes, best makes at bargain prices.' T. W. BBMTT and W.N.RORTS Asst. Cashieri.DIucToEs B.n.'1'....... scj% 75H and DINING CARS SERV1NQ-.ALU MEALS EN ROUTE Trav.
Scarritt Moreno office East Government C. Brent W.. A. Blonnt. W. it. Knowles, W. K.. Hyer Jr.. B. &0 ......'......., ,.,..........JOSE lBrte..f. : 'Bowers Campbell and baby are visitIng 0.H. HILUUN,_ S,r.ROO .Itt.Ajt.tVANtVLU. Pass. Agent.Chattanooga
St 24mar D. Q. Brent ...................... .41JB 4 .' 'With their sister Mrs. McSwalnin !: L _. IX*.. NAU4VILLI, TtWlt Tenn.
J.I.- ..: __ __ ,
a 'Lr..r. M7 ) .-Arcadia -- ... '" "
NOTICE TO DlD.\TES-Those U. B..t.;........, 42 1O3 . ,
wishing to make a successful a-- ---- U.: &, prrf emd.'ll: ;',"......:... 107 io Mr,. and Mrs. 'John. Watson, Jr., .
should supply themselves with a hot B.S." i.. .:....!,......=-........... srl4. / .' ".."lL.a ..,'2; and .Misses, Edith and May Skyles I III
: ,
." l(............5t.. .. ..ln1 '{. a
tie of PLUTO. Now is the season to ........nj1.S! *..........;70,. .T7 ': are among' the visitors to New'Or. LOUISVILLE' HASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY I
prepare jour stomach and liver /- JVo. 58O3. L ..*.%..................Ifl.. Vw;{ vMtt leans.. ., & ,
against all diseases. Pluto will do it !Mi. Gordon H l'Y.has resigned
.. .... .....' 112
; 111 and
: Local Tims Tables Betwetn Ponsacola and Points North.
For sale by all druggists and grocers, C.W. UMAR President.; JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant! Cuhlar.) onPaa'.i'...... ...... ldO 1fI li!fe position at .B.: P. Morris' playon .- Threugh
wholesale by Jas McHuga/ II. E. CLAfiK.VtePre Weirt and Cashier. J.ANDREWS.. Assistant Cashier. )1'.Y.O ..............:.........::137 133 I a base-ball team. READ DOWN READ UP
P.O .?.',.r4... :.a..A.,;... 80>{ 90 Capt.,:!N. W nournoy has found apace Trains Nos. Trains Nos.
rOR SALE-Second hand 25 H. P. a.D'G;..............;....i"..;. r.e 123H8&.P ,for a rifle range and in a few ,,2 4: S 3 1
boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply to THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK ..... .. =. :- ........... 168 164B days the boys 'of*Co. K. will begin l1tSam Lv. .. .Pensacoa..Ar.! 5-Oam 4:00pm
New Method Laundry. 13April .!.......-.... t y.. ..... .. 26Y: ,rzctIeing.Xli 1:0pm
V. **A'f *w/4 Ar .. ...!font. .. ..Iiv' 9:35pm 11:1Sam:
or PCNSACOLM, em. ... ..' ......-...... '. 6:30am: 6O'ptn: mery.
IS.B.. ..: : : 8i; 3631 :. and Mrs. L.. H. Downes of\War- .. .. .
FOR SALE-95% :acres of land half t1: 5am 9,10pm: 4r. ... .Birmngbam: Lv. 4:23pm: 8:33am7:25pm
T.C.L..c:....:'. 142 141 len, Ohio I
mile from city northwest; 70 acres DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. PIl1J1&'.; .'.,.;//.i.1......133 ..1SU.P ; They havnib.aeuspending, 'returned home the Tuesday.winter} 3:11am Ar'. .. ...NasvI1le..Lv. 8:45am: 2:25am
timber land sub soil clay; 25% acres _...... ..:149 14631 8:00pm i37ath Lv. .. ...Nashvlile..Ar. 3:11am 2:05am
CAPITAL STOCK $200,000. SURPLUS $60OtH) -;- r\'itb. their. daughter, Mrs. 'A. L.I'
\, under cultivation clay sub soil. Dr.t .. 4 Beach. 1:25am 8:16am Ar. .. .Evansvllle..Lv. 3:00am f 9:20pm

I T.22April A. LaFar 2w'PUBLIC 518 Guillemarde St. RECTORS. About.Rheumatism.There Mrs. Chas.. Turner Is visiting with 7:40am 2:10pm: Ar. . .81. Louis..Lv. 1:45pm I f 3:80pm

I her mother in Milton.Mr. "7S0PDl 3:27am T..o. ..Nash-rlCe . .Ar. 8ain 2:15am'
SALE of valuable city property Henry L. Covlngton<< Frank Reilly, F. E. Browner, are few diseases that inflict J.. F. McRtonon: of Mississippi\ 2ltam I 8aoam: Ar.. .. .Loulsville .. .Lv. 2:45am I ':3Opa
-I will sell at public sale at J. Pfeiffer W. S. Rosasco C. V.'. Lamer, more torture than rheumatism and I r is visiting with hl$.sister, Mrs. S. K. 7:2am 12Olnfii; : Ar..Cincinnati . .Lv. 1l:00pm 6:00pm
Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourin J. R. Saunders, there is probably no disease for which L Gillis.Mr.. ,, :: '
the west door of the court house on A. M. Awry, W. H.Milton, 0. E. Maura, such a varied and useless lot of rem : Ben i JNbyes is busy at the court Between Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans.;
Saturday April 28 at 12 o'clock, noon,
W. L. Cawthon,. Dr. W. J. Hannah MiKenzIe OertIn edies have been suggested. 'To say house '
the lot on the N. E. corner of W. Alex McG wln I C. M. Covlngton, M. E. Clark 'Putting in pipes!\ for gas so as 6&.7 2&3 441 3&.2 1&.4 5&.6
... that it can be ,cured Is, therefore, a to .'be ready. for tha session next -
Gregory'and Spring Sts-lot 15S% feet
bold'statement to make, but Chamberlain's week. 7:OOam 11:OSpt 1155am1LY..PeflSaCO1a.; : :.Ar. 5Oamj4:0Opm 6:30pm
on Gregory'St and 224 ft. Spring Accounts of Banks 'Individuals, Corporations end!' Firms Solicited. Pain Palm, which enjoys an ex Last Friday afternoon Miss Lonny 10:45am 2:55am 4ilZpmlAr .. .Mobile .Lv.12:4.Cam111:59ax, 2:3apm
Sl, and known as the C. M. Wilson sale has met with 6:00pm: 7:15rm 8lbpm'J.; New Orleans Lv. 81.SPm.SZam
lot. C. B. Lewis Agt. 22anrlw Four per oen't Interest Paid on Tim Deposits. tensive great success Landnnn,- teacher of the second
in the treatment of this disease: grade, gave a, party to' her class, inviting Flomaton Pensacola, River Junction and Jacksonville.
FOR SALE-Full blood white Wyaa One application of Pain Balm will relieve the parents of the ch llT: .'Il.
dotte eggs, Beacon of Boston strain the pain,and hundreds of sufferers and giving thssn: all a genral good 21 1 5 I ,S Trains do not stop a.t stations 2 I 4 I G I 21Dt.UYIDaUyIDally
$250 setting of 15. Few very fine have testified to permanent cures time. Dan 'Whirt no time Is shown Dailyj IDall DaUYIDa1li

cockrels ready for the yard. Address L HILT OREBK ,PBMIDHZ. T. B. w r..L1ts. VIO :-PB.SIDKH. by Its use. Why suffer when Pain: St. :Agatha's Episcopal church hasa :-.-. 4:55 2:30 lThb: Lv., ,.Flomaton .Ar 12:45: 1:21 8:2. ..'. .
Chas. Murray DeFunlak Springs Fla B. M.BUSHNFLL.U A3Ui.MLISFIXLD MORENO,Aegr.CASBIXH Balm affords' 'such quick relief and 'new organ, and it will be used .... 5:00: 2.31: 2:55.. ,. .. .Century .. .. 1:40 11 8-:21 .... .
Slmarlm* costs but a trifle? For sale by all 1 for thQ first time 'In the service of the .... ... 5:07 2I'G: ..' ... ". .Bluff.Springs .. .. '1:33 1:1: 8s15..,..
FOR SALE-Nice, clean .old Citizens, National Bank druggists. church next Sunday, when the Rev.I .... ..'S'l -ttlf3O.! .. ;.: ..Y David.. .... .12:22.1:09 8:06.....
at are cents a bundle. newspapers This of. of-Pensacola, Florida.nRLcoEs Mr. Whitely of Marlanna. will be I ... 5:3< 3013:36..' ._ .. ineBarren .. .. .1:0 12:52 7:55.....
fice. IH present. .. .. 6:39 3:13f-3S0: .. II ....MoUno.. .. ... .11:59 12:41 7H .....
Gee. W.;Wright Morris B al'. T.E.Welles. Eix M.Robinson. L. Hilton Gmn. The Racket Store, Mr. H.J Thorn- .... .5:43: '.u.. .4:04: ... ...,....Quilltette .. S. ....11:51: 'lU '7U .....
FOR SALE-Fine hotel site; best situation MARIA NA I I ber, proprietor, was fa the hands of .. .5:5 .3:26: .':11 ;... .:.j ..Cotta e Hill .. .. .11:44 .12:29 .7:31......
in the city for a tourist hotel A'GENERAL( BAVKf/VC/ BUSINESS TRANSACTED H the ladies of the Episcopal
i church "-S. '5:67: 8:29':1: .. .e. ...Cantonment .. .11:40 12:26 7:31......
130 feet fronting south' by 172 feet 'Wednesday, and' was well patronized .. .. *6:01'3U'4:23.: .. ....OQtzalez.. u .'. .U:3S.12:21.7:26H.,..
deep on East Government street, overlooking I During the afternoon strawberries ... .6:03 '3t35 U:2 ... ';;'''I''h.Roberts.. .. .. .11:33 '12:197:24, ....

Seville square and Adams -; __ '- -wu-.1iir-I___ _. .aad cream were'serv d. The thanks ..-. $6132:45I440 .. 'S- ...: ..OUve.. .. ... .11:22'12:097:15, .....
street with open view of Pensacola :-'---- : : cf the different churches: are due Mr. ..... .6:21 .3:51445 .. ..e ..- ..Brent.ft .. .. .. *11:15 .1204.7:09.....

bay $10,000 will buy the property. R III.p,::'v; '-' & .;a;. ex-IJ_; Ca.WLo1eiiI. Jno.*Massgy.i e.'y. Special to :The Journal Thorjiber''in turf who has so kindly let each .. ..,..' 6:253l5442/: "1 ....Go1Jldiug .. .. '11:1! '1:01 7:05. ....
lapr.. .i and Retail Dealer 10 Marianna, April 27o-All the banks. one have'. share of a day'sprofits. : ..... 6:30: 4:00 5:00: At.._ .. Lv. 11:00 11:55 1:00.....

Steam, DomesticAnthracite C 0 A I \ ,' I'closed 1 yesterday daad. ,The honor graves of the,of Confederate the' No.P]I'l T : : .1-1 I,I I No.A.Y!

:ri and Blacksmith '- : grand ,old heroes' who are !buried Ioo.oo REWARD 50 ..... .r. '1:00 Lv.. ...'ensa.co1a ..... .Ar ... ..... iiS :
Inch111am1ng Scarce. Qfflce-No ,43_ South Palafox street. Telephone 93. here were decorated by the school $ 50: .. . 1:13.. .... ...Bohemia.. .. ..... . ....10:55S
The chinchilla, the little rat-like animal Tarragona a and Gonzalez streets. Phones A i children; ,while the local milltar/r 100.00 reward will be paid for the 7z15.. .. ...Gull Point.. .. .. ... .. '10:53
which produces the popular fur, is Yard corner .. T6 and 372I company fired the customary. salute arrest and delivery .to the sheriff of a 5:22..i.. ... d. .. .... .. ..Ynie3tra. .. .... ..'10:50
In danger of extinction. ( The graves of the Union soldiers .. .. .. ... .
.. Walton county., one Charlie Renols, : 1:11.. .Escambia. .. .'10:47
Chinchillas used to be.found in great were decorated also.'I S 5:40. .. ....... T6.: .. ..- .. rlulat.. .: ..... .. . .\0:16
numbers in the higher ranges of the ............... ........t'+++...................... ,Do the citizens place I a 10 negro.or 11 Inches Description; weight: about Height 160 5 feet or C 6:45..1' ...e.' :. .. .. ...Harp.. .. .. .. 10:50... .'. ..10:32S :

Andes, in Bolivia and Chile, but owing i i think of th.9 pleasure to be derivedfrom 170 pounds; bright mulatto with medium : ... ...., 1:35: ;. .. II Gait CIty. .. ..... .. :
to the demand for their skins they I _a good band made up of the large eyes.. Has scar on upper : : h .. ...MUton. .. ...... . 10:14
have been ruthlessly hunted In season iAUSLEY g COMPANYj white boys of the city? Now as it lip to the right of nose. and when last S 6:03..7:39.. .. t ..Gooj Range .. .. .. ... .. 9:t
is we have to put up with any thingUi(1 S ... ... .,. ..Holts.. .. ........ .
and out of season, and the Chilean !I seen ,hE:, wore .a. blue\ faded Jumper, 7:03.: .. 8: ,. :1S'
government finds it almost Impossibleto It' colored bajw! gives us. in overalls a gray cap, a new pair of No 9' 7:26... .. ... 8:30.: .. .. ..MilUgan. ,. .. .. : .. ..... .8:52:
enforce a law which has been I Mariapna! is ahead ,of any town 8 'fine. sharp toed shoes. Reward to 7:40. ... ... 8:38.: h ..CrestvieW'. .. .. 9:04.... 8:38
passedfor I' has elevatedrailroad.
their protection. COMMISSION BROKERS I i West 'FlorldaIfor. The Lawman she an Co., *ias be paid by J. A.. Richbotirg: & Co., S 8:09.: .. ... 8:5&: .. .. .. .Deer Land. ,. ......... ... 8:03:
The ,_ .Co' Crestview, Fla.SIOO .. S :33..S. 9:10.. .. ..Mossy Head .. .. 740
exports from : slide roll brick and mortar -
Coqulmbo, the erected a
, : . .. .9:15.: .DeFuniak Springs.. .... 857
principal port for this trade amounted i STREET PENSACOLA up to the-f39 ond mid third floor: .. ... . .. .... .
11 WEST I INTENDENCIA?( FLA. S t:30/.. 9:44. : .Argyle 8:33..6. G:4
last year to 12,000 dozen skins and the of the court lous.. .. .. S .
: I REWARD 9:52.: . ':51.. Ponce DeL'3OIl.. .. 60
kntc. anxi rides .
prices paid were almost double those !Moonlight ; hay .. .. ... .1010.: ,,. ...'%Vestvllle.. .. ... .; 6:00
of the previous year.-London Stand' I P.flvate-Wlres N. Y. N. 0 and Chicago. are coming: i.n. tty1agln. and severaf 1100 reward 'will be"paid for the ar 10:12/:. /. ... 1n.15.;; .. .,...Caryv'i1le.. .. .. .. 7.12.: ...... :s!
ard. ,. i cf the "Coming' Men .and restnd_ return: to Varn Bros campat 10:45.. ......10: .. ,. ....BOuIay. .. ...... 6:55. ....... 54
America" tare been taking ivantcge -
ahd a< Cantonment Fla., of Alex Bellamy, 11:12. .. ..... .. 1Q:47.. .. ....Chipley.. .. .. .,. 6:31. .. .... 4:55
Giant Glaia Bottles. |f | C0110N'STOCKS GRAIN PROVISIONS and BONDS i two of ths or three warm rides weather alreaay.Wa enjoyEd alias Easop .Bellamy, negro who 'escaped 11:29.. .. 10:5S.. .. .-. ..AYCOCk. .. .. 6:27.: .. ... 4:39

In a window of a store In St. Louis $ wonder how water wagoa on April 26, 1906. Descriptionas 11:43.. .... ... U:07... 'u ...Cottondale.. u.... 6:18.... .. 4:21
j are four bottles.whlch are believed to ...: work these a dusty 'streets follows: 'Height 5 feet 11 Inches, 12:10......i. 115.. ,... ar1anna. u .1 .. 6:00.. .. ... 355
; of the largest ever blown from glass. Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. !|would of our and whether upon it would be B 'weight' 165 pounds age 21, build medium 12U s.. .-., 'hiM ...-.....-... ..Cypress. .. ... 5:381.... .. 1:19:
The largest I Is six feet four Inches : tcurcs of comfort "or" not? This way dark mulatw complexion, erect 2:55 .... ... '11:52.. .. ..Grand Ridge.. .. ...' 5:321....... 3:01
hIgh and will hold the contents : J: !''of sprinkling the ,.streets' with a piece bearing, !large flat nose. Birth 'place 1:13: .... .., U:02;: ..:.. _. '..Sneads.. ..., .' 5:21: .., ... 2:48
of 1,500 small I t Reference: Firit t National and Peoples BukSi Phone 1173 ; 1 i of the fire hose_ is entirely! to slow Mar! nna. Length of feet 11% Jnches, 1.30......... 12.15 '. ...Rlver Junction' k S.10 ......... 2:31)
perfumery : small scar on left temple; two small 10:501.: ... ... 7:40: At .. .JacksonvUle.. .. LT I I' 9'bS\:;.; ... :00AM'
height smallest and however Is over five feet In ':....... ........................................... -j!it end? wasting besides it money wastes: that water a and that scars,:one above and one below rigiit : I .I. .f PM. t JAM LLPM f .
will hold
pints. To .
nipple; large scar under, left shoulder
taake the largest bottle no less than I H BW """ I Ii spri&klerwould save: buy one. blade 9% Inches long. Sentenced Trains 21 and 22 andvtralns" 2 and 3 carry through sleeping car beta

fifty pounds of liquid glass was required Order Your :I for grand \larceny27apr3t Pensacola and Jacksonville' via River' Junction and Seaboard Air Liue;

Immense. which bad to be blown Into an ICE GOAL and WOOD A swell line of Ladies1 Ox' '-. .ii *. *Train stop onSubscribe liQ1&1. -- l': '

bubble which afterward cool SKATING EVERY AFTERNOON
ed Into :ftrom tlieConsumers' fords, just received
receptacle. The blowing THIS WEEK 4 TO 6. LADIES'ANC ..
*as done by three men, one relieving I Ice and Fuel Company. Win. Johnso &..Son. CRILDREN. SPECIAL RATES. --

the other as soon as he had exhausted I. Office Corner Chas4nd Tarragona. phone K9- for The Journal l

w atrength. ; TRY BOSSO''CREAM. PHONE 1326. TRY BOSSO'S,CREAM. PHON 1326.



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.jk 1t* 4 SPO.TSt: !I : MAGNITUDE E OF f f.T "There's a Time and

ib You Can' I Hale and Hjp" at 83 Place for Everything"

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The'three leaders in1 the Southern Now's the Time
:: Buy'Cheaper eague! again triumphed. ver their op- .T THE[ "FRISCO Mr,
ponents. Shreyeport won from Mem Fop Fey Who Recently Celebrated Their 57th Wedding Annversary !-

phis, New, .Orleans from Little Rock:; Infant i TblsFoad ,,.. Attribute Their Health, Strength and 'Loigevity JOECOLEMAN'S

and a's expected Birmingham! from'' to Duty's Pure Malt Whiskey, Which They Have Been
: the sleepy town or ,.what Is better 1'
,1... q known.; as Montgomery The "Booa-j For all purposes for Using for Years. the placeand

ter" or 'elaim-all-burg': town really. I i which Milk or Cream ..
won from Nashville ty a score of 7 to;
6. Thestreak of good luck that at- is usedBORDEN'S (Continued from 'first Page) eve'rythlng to wear for man ani
Clothes be found there at prices
boy can that
; tended Little Rock Thursday again; '
where tents have been, provided by defy all competitors.
f went back on the tem and the travelers the quartermaster's department.

were forced back to the rear. / I Wagon loads of" pi k$ 'and shovels Just a Few More Left

I I If they don't get a. more on them it .EflCllC CONDENSED, .were furnished with' .which trenches of'those $5.00 Panamas and an abnn-
For. than kind;
boy our
your will take
a bring!
but don't. It won't pay. I were dug to carry 'off,;the water, and dance of straw hats at from 75c up
Nowhere can you waste mon them out df th'ir retreat. 1 MilkandCoIumbian I IIVAPORATEDream' the ground banked around; the tents, i including the' celebrated "Knox" at

making them conipar Uv'ely'comfort.
ey' so easily as on poor clothes J4.00.

14. for boys. I able.
We have good clothes made STANDING. AND I In "C w Hollow" at the rear of SERGE COATS

r : for boys that can run and .UlTS. j Convenient and: eco I laifbor View about 3,000 Italians Single! and double breast, for summer

c 'i; scramble, tumble' and climb- Southern League.Won nomical. Suited to from: Telegraph .and .Russian Hills, wear at summer prices, and a specially
c rear live hearty boys-at from Lost Pct., and sprinkling of Chinese anl.Japan.: l fine line of Sicilian and Silk! Alpa

1, 1 UO up to ?10. They're built Birmingbam.. .. ,.'-..13 2 867\; any modification ese' are not prqtectl!d. Few .of them cas from $3.50 to 410.

Just like our men's clothes are Shreveport. .. .: ..11 3 7b6i!! (Unsweetened ). have teen provided ;.with .tents, and Mail orders filled promptly, and satisfaction

:- tt -good and strong and your New Orleans.. '.. ... ., 9 3 750 czzD: there was. much distress among the guaranteed.

Jf moneys worth always. Buy Atlanta.. ,. !.. .. _; :6: 7 462 Pur and. _, Ilakiral MUkFT women and children. A.' .chill wind

your boys spring and summer Nashville., .. .,, >,,$:: 400emphis. RloII __ was blowng: today, and. the difficulty JI
: ... clothes here. Fine line of .. of preparing! water and .food. addedto JOS.COLEMAN.
,..,. ., 4 8: 333.
e ; .
.. the;: distress of .the. unfortunates. ___ __
washable boys' suits: _
; .) Montgomery ......,3 10 231 _
Where .the .rain, 212 S. PALAFOX.
penetrated: .the.ini
Little Rock,. .. ..w'4 12 1H
pro vised. tents of. blankets quilts and
;Ii -. other like .
Yesterday's R sultAtlanta .materials. the soldiers took .,r4! ,
the women and children Into the
and Alabama
7: Nashville 6.
houses of the vicinity. In many/ Instances

4-1 Birmingham! 5, .Montgomery 1.. MR. AID MRS. ABRAHAM FOURKIER;
The John WhiteStore Shreveport 8 Mempuis 5. they gave up {their 'own tents'to .
New Orleans 6, Little Rock 3. $ shelter the suffering] Many tents They take great pleasurs in giving full credit to Dufl' 'f.ti !rtng,J! !. ed theiI LAND COMPANY
have ,"been provided at Jefferson li esond kept Uiem well an'}strong. I.
'- Bgth wife and myself are well towards the century mark of life, thanks touffy's Manufacturers of
Phone Square since.the.last rain..where my on
: South Atlantic-League. i ; I Ia sev- D Pore Malt Whiskey, which we have alwaysnsed. JampastSS and my wrfeij: and Dealers in
225. Won Lost Pet.I, Amuseflits.( eral thousand are camped. A few] over 78 years of age. We are both robust and happy and are only too glad to te1lany.
:who were adequately shelteredwere LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN
Augusta..8 3 727 not body that Duffy's has prolonged onr lives by a good many years.
taken into the large auto garages We celebrated our 57th! wedding anniversary on hovember 13th and trust with ths GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP.
Jacksonville .. .. ... $ 1
; a
.8 3 727 I '
205-207, S, PALAFOX ST.Tetley's : in*the vicinity, and to the Lutheran aid of your grand medicine to live to celebrate many more."-ABRAHAM:: FOURIEI.
Macon.... .....
5 4) 455 '...
f. ''" church. In several Instances 613 Hickory Street,Syracuse, N. Y.,Dec.4th, 1905. .
Savannah..' ., .. .....6 4) 455
:- 1 .. "... "Just'for Fun." people In houses refused to'admit women PICNIC AND
,Jlt I Charleston, I.4. 7 364| DANCE
Columbia.... .., -1.3": 8 73Yeterday'a and children in distress fromhe' Pure Malt Whiskey
'i 'Just !for ''Fiin, a play in three i cold and rain.and the militia unceremoniously Duffy's TUESDAY, MAY 1st
acts, will be presented at the opera
Result. broke down the doors ELECTRIC PARK

savannah, Charleston 1. house 2nd, by on a'Wednesday company of'evening PenMooa'smost May with-the, buts of.. their. rifles.Several If you wish to keep strong and vigorous and have on yopr'cheeks the glow oj GIVEN BY
Columbia 8, Augusta 6. i thousand tents are en route perfect health, take Duffy's ParT1 Malt Whiskey 'regularly; according to diJ'ectiInI"and
_. .., Tea' Jacksonville 1-Macon 0. gifted amateurs, for benefit :h iere.and it is,expected, that within a take na other medicine. It ia dangerous to fill your system:with drugs; .they poison RATHBONE SISTER
of Christ Church. few! days fully 150,000 refugees will the body and depress the heirt (quinine depresses PENSACOLA TEMPLE No. 14.
.-" ----< fTe cast 'will include Misses Hilda the heart), while Duffy'sFure Malt
; \ Half-pound 30e, 40c, 55c. National, League. Blount, Florence Turtle, (Lilliaa. Gladden comfortably Cars will start'run several Whiskey tones and strengthens the heart 13B'.. t Peanut.Hunt, Baby Show
Won Lost Pet. and Cora Hunt, and Mr. J. 3'; on action and purifies the entire system. It is 4 .
!T Three generationsof New York. O' .. ..11 3 786 Harvey, U. S. Navy, and Lieutenant streets in San Francisco' today.. The the only whiskey recognized as a medicine, AND PLENTY OF SPORTS FOR
cars ,wlll not run after 7 o'clock] at and contains no fusel oil. This is a guarantee THECHILDREN..
1. .. ,. ..'
Chicago. 8 6 571 of the
C. e. Vogel, U. S. Marjne .
night, however, the United Rail. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey has stood DANCING FROM
of and 5 TO 12.
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success. Plttsburg. J 4 636St Corps.: I6veretests for forty and has always .
t'44 Louis.. ..... -.. ... ways will maintain a patrol of one years SPORTS BEGIN AT 2 P. M.
.6. 5 545 Don't miss it.because it's Just for. been found absolutely pure and to contain C# .
1 i Joseph Tetley & Co Philadelphia., .. ', .. 7; 6 538 Fun, but see it-Just for Fun. man in each block operated in the unburned great medicinal properties. BASEBALL GAME

; Boston.. .T .. ...... 6 7 462 districts as a protection .
London, England Cincinnati.. ..' .. -.; 5 11 375 against fire. Over one' hundred and CAUTION.-: When you ask year druggist Between Local and Barrancas Teamsat

Brooklyn .. .. ,.." .... 3 10 231Yesterday's For a Weak Digestion, i Ifty stores were opened, for business or grocer for Duffy's Pore Malt Whiskey be 3:30 p. n. S
V No medicine "can"replace food blJtChamberlain's yesterday but before night numerous are yon get the genuine. It's the one absolutely '
1a ,t!., = l pure medicinal whiskey,and is sold' only Beginning at 2 o'clock, there will be
Result Stomach and Liver TabS complaints were received that storekeepers i la sealed bottle.t-flevcr in bulk. Look for the half hour schedule. Late
a dummy
w E. L. REESE J. MENDEL: I B>ooklyn 10 Boston 9. lets will help you to digest.your food. l had raised' prices. ; to prohibitive trade-eurk, the "Old Chemist on the label '.. both
and mike the seal the cork is ways.
'notthe of'tood figures. / sure over on*
It is quantity taken
New York 3, 1, Medical booklet
Philadelphia broken. Price SIJOO. and doc Prize for the most Popular Candi-
4fl Reese & Mendel Chicago 7, CincInnati that gives strength and vigor to the Captain Rittenhouse.slJ.-S, A.,, commanding tor'* adric free. Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., date. -
St. Louis,8, Pittsburg 2. system, but the amount digested and L _the dJs/rict from) Bash to Rochester,N.y.

The Home Tailors i'-" assimilated., If troubled with a' weak: Oat and Fillmdr td Dvfsi$ .n streets, N. GOLDRI NG, Distribut
iici American- League.: digestion, don't feive these Tabi, called at the central*Wli e station

-' Won 'Lost Pet lets a trial Thousands have been ben. last n\ght\ and req eSC 4 that detectives 2
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Philadelphia ,.. .. .,'..7 4 636 efitted 'by their use. They"only costa : be detailed ta"inV.. tate: some ; : '; 1'; OPERA HOUSE
Builders quarter. For sale by all druggists. of the complaints.' .
St. Louis..6 4 600 't'flJwLru'rrrflflunnu1Jwu-truwjWrutra,.
Washington .., .. ..6 4 600 alleged. .systejnaticTtheft..of severaf -
Detroit.. .. .... .. ..$5 5 600 TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE "1326. tons of )tea, Cross suppUes has One Hundred anti% 'Widowsand MAY 2nd, 1906
:.NU' been disclosed \by th', arrest of Arthur Eighteen
1 J LI 1t Cleveland .. '.. .? ..4 4 600 }
; r,' ,..,' L'cil r nil Of I Chicago.. .. Ie' ., .:.4 4 500 Q1VJL 'SERVICE: EXAM lNA19ON.:, Jacobs' yesterday' by Police' Commissioner Three: Act Comedy
t- C XGrady and D tecjttye Matfcew-
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: ri p4KM New York. .4. -.4 7 364 others hav acknowiedged
'1rrfr.JI4 Boston.. .. .. .'. ....4 7 364 An examination for the ''position ojlispector r son Jacobs i is said tq...have made a JUST fOR FUN
; i of Customs >iwill 'be held at L confession /several
t4d1k f ; implicating confederates
\ % Men's1t Yesterday's Result.; the Custom House In thb cIty, .on and revealed, where Prompt Payment by The EquitableIn By Local 1 Talent
J :
Washington 5, New York 2.. May 26. 1906. t he had hidden, the loot;"' Jacobs. is Under the Auspices of the Junior Guildof
:.: itf" Philadelphia 3Boston; 0. For application blanks, and for information a teamster. and .it was while- hauling settlement of death claims through the Pensacola Christ Chuch. Tickets on sale April

; ,,,,. I"I! .- Louis -Chicago 5. f relative to the eiamin-: Red 'Cross supplfes that-.he is allegedto agency within the past few years. The Equitable has 30th, a{ Coe's Book Store, where seats
_ i.frt"iLli' !- Cleveland 7. Detroit 4.: lion qualifications, duties salaries,. have done the looting during the n9v r,failed to meet all obligations with promptness. can he reserved
1" Fine etc., address Secretary, Boaro'' p I first few 'days/of! the relief,, ,when It

:t JW'.1.l l.. y Young' Men Won. City.Civil ,Service Eiaminens' Post-Office\ was, not "organized ,as ittis now.! S&KnowlesBros. Gen'! Aitts

An Interesting gamp of indoor base PensacOla
-I. i ball which was witnessed by a large VVOOD
J Clothes. -
crowd was.played'; the Y. M. C. A.
I" -4);; last evening. The game proved to bea t REAL ESTATE r[ I All kinds that you want.
I tt;; New and uptodateme o! Spring hard fobtone' as is indicated by
t and Summer Suitings and, Trouser the score, which 1 ,was thirteen to elev
...fI,t' tl 1ngs. en. The opposing teams were the A swell line of Ladies'Ovfords : :H.. ....""'......."'.....'...""" ...".tt...4... OAI{ AND PINEcheaper .

t.Jt1' Suits from 517.50 to J50.00. Buster. Brown's and the Young Men, :f fWra. just received. 2 PENEJAOOXaA. :
-'t } Trousers from $5.00 to $15.00 the' latter',being victorious Wm. TRANSFERS[
Johnson & Son Iron
f Works 1 than you can buyIt
'; ;': j"11 Join our Gentlemen's Suit Cluo. and SupplyCo. i size
#--m: Costs only $ .3O per month for presa Game Sunday.A I anywhere. Any you
;i r Jag and small;! repairs. : game of baseball will be played TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1328 ; Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY -AND BOILERS want.
I. is 'a list of..thedeeds recorded FORGINGS, MILL ,
at Fort Barrancas afternoon v Following AN!) STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP :
"fu : Dyeing and Cleaning of men's ana Sunday S .
:J"jtt 'yo&en's Clothes a specialty. on the arrival of the 2 o'clock dummy. -- yesterday reported by the : REPAIRS: A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given' to' all ordersI E. G. SEWELLPhone
t; Gfye us a trial. We will appreciate The contestants will be the Pensaco- Pensacola Abstract Co.: 2: day ornightAgents for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and *
:?f& )our'business la and the ffbrt Barrancas teams.CASJRQ'S I Tetley's : N. W. Nicholson to Wiley N. Wit- i Timber Dogs, also chains of all descriptions.! Office phone J23 Residence *
liams, beginning at the SB cor.of Fe phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123. PHIL' WITTMAN Mgr 614.
) l PANAMA\ I HATS CLEANED' AND lix Price's.lot in lot No. 6. thence! W .'......."............ .......... ..............:

q34 BLOCKED.REESEMENIDEL () lATES.TMONEY Tea 351 ft, thence S. 379* .ft., thence E.

'i"'r.-';: TAILORING CO., 351 ft., thence N. 379% ft. to point of
Phone 675. UN. Palafox St. beginning being In Sec; 15, T. 3, N. R-

'\' -ii<& -_ --=_ _ _ SCH[ ME The taste for Tetley's / ; 31 W., $475.Morgan rt444........................44............444.....1 1I ; Just Received
: :f :Moore to Escamfoia RealtyCo.
.. .
Ij" 4 f.c,- ., the Si: 60 ft! of the N. 100 ft ot

_i\. r'" fThL ;-L New,' York..ByAssociated April .27,-Press.The Tribune is the most cut/ lots$1 and',4 and other 5, block consideration.44, East' Kin1!!* Trt., i Use Gas for Heating Water i afieiineof

today says the government of Venezuela C. R. Burgoyne to A. A..Fisher, cornmencing' Fishing Tackle Casting
is-t< establish ..national bank
j. a
tured in
taste tea
at a point on,, the S. side of !
and subsUlqt! -.a.. paper', for Hot, weather loses mU'ch, of l.1s. terrors
currency Garden street, 1143k' ft. E. of the NE I. toj the housewife. Nets Shrimp Nets
if :
the gold. basis.on which the country : youCook ,
.. tU cor. of lot 16, block, 4 Donaldson Trt.
has been operating.It
:. 4 was learned yesterday that among .................+... thence running E. 60 ft., thence S. 24( Minnow Seines,
:, ft, thence W. 50 ft. thence N. 240 ft '
.kzm;: :: the missions with which J. Torres to point of beginning, {1 and othe With Gas i
'Si, 4! Cardenas, secretary !general of Venezuela : i Bait Pails.Large .

(,; .'! and,.:.ranu l; Coraro, 'who arrived .. I; F.c S. Mellon 'Co consideraitons.City
& and
of Pensacola Pensacola
": 1i to :
: stocks of the latest
J'tf here from Cara as.on Monday, are -
V'' : N. E. R.'R.. Co., all right, title and interest and heat
\"f your water for kitchen
;; charged is the1 negotiation for the national purposes and, the bath I: PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS
". itq: V'w ( : Handle of the city of Pensacola toth with a gas water heater. Will be 5at
]' ii bank'contemplated by Presl Nothing : glad to have you call Large stock of
dent } following described property: All the I our office and see both stove and in
t'h.1 Ca tro. Heretofore 'the Bancod heater operaton.!
:: : i :: lots in the water front bounded on TENNIS GOODS,
$ L Venezuela in Caracas, has been thnational But i
:'d !- -- the'N. by the shore line of the bay of{I COMPLETE LINE BASEBALLGOODS.
L depofltory{ and. fiscal agent VERYr.ESTi i: Pensacola. on the S. bjr pier head line: !] .
: i
y *.--'. r for the. ,! Qxerninentv-The= bank IssUed THE Pensacola Gas
4 established the U.JS. Company
by government
.. "b 4 .for.use only In the ( i
the E. Barcelona .
on by St. on the W.J ,
\ commercjal -Caracas! .! : BICYCLES AND SUNDRIES.
TiW: t ra and.Puerto.Cabello.while the.aguay.Ban :' Of 'by DeVillier St; also all the land;: Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. I ROLLER KATES.
jr' owned by the. city lying W. of and!
_ kJ : co convenience de.Maracalbo Qt the did.the.,business same for peopleof the I i "Everything. : bordering on Spring St., between Gar|:.................................. ............ ; ANYTHING YOU WANT IN

*;&i: the citL !This issuance of bank den and Romana Sts.. $600., SPORTING OR ATHLETIC GOODS.Call
A. Y. Smith to Daniell N. Gray and on or write
:i' notes was ecause of the little
!..I ; ( made ln. .Genezuela of : : Rosa Gray lots 11, 12 13, 14 and 15
.check books
( ( i:_ __ and the.difficulty of handling, gold in Clean, heavy clipped. White block 75. New City Tract, 1500. j1 F. B. BRUCE
: Oats. City of Pensacola to Pensacola, R
11LD. MOIJLDEDTROUSM.S large sums.. B.ut the plan of Castrois : No. 2 White Corn, pure Bran Alabama, and Western 1$. R. Co., all ;; } ,10 ,

!:!.'" .. -. .......-. -_. general to establish circulation.a paper. currency for and Shorts, .<, right, title and interest to the'city orPensaoola .( -, ------- ., .- -
_ .<( Chick Feed, .._ ...I
i' Senor Ooraro consisting of 20 < in and to the following described '--.HS'"" .n.
i t : .Although ready-to-wear, are will try. to. "Interest articles for ffRt1
: therapid- All
lV bankers' the. plan for. national and property, to-wit of the
custom made in everything except a
bank, while Senor Cardenas healthy growth of the'newly :lots in the ,water fro; bounded as f
i l\iJ. being cut to individual will sail hatched., "' follows: On the N. by.: shore,line by Shirts Launderedto
tomorrow :
.tor'Europe, where '
he will
jt but of
trousers '
: measure
.i : this make; in your any size will fit open negotiations with foreign finan. Wheat and ,Mized'. Feed' for I. 'bay of Pensacola, "on i ie 8. 'by pier!
the hen.
i head line established'by U.S.
ciers., '. govern *>
f If made for
; especially
r. as you.5l' Condition rjMjj, u i'
Powders: iii
: About seven ago PresidentAndraeinade' for horse, < ment, on the E. by DeVillier St., on ] Fit.We .
'''' In this' collection you will find years
cow and, poultry. 1Conkey's
toe: W. by Olivia St, $1000.
effort :
j't conservative extreme-cuts, a to estathlisa "
Celebrated, _' __ .
Recorded Apd126.Louis
Poultry <
a.national but You Can Sweep. Dead
1.i" made of' finest patterned worsteds bank .the plan fell Remedies Up launder Shirts to fit
JI and cassimeres, $3.00 to through.. ,. '. 2 roupe, cure,. cholera J Boley to C. A* D'Alernbertelots Cockroaches by the Panful the maker intended. No
{ ;!oj! 4 cure.gape cure and lice Kller.: < -2, 3, 4, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, IS1. 23 stretchng out of shape. Our
i\iU' : { 5.50 per'and pair.White' Fancy WashableVests .... : If you live in town telephone. << and24' block 85, West. King Tract, being .' any Morningt It the ,Night starching and ironing machinery -
4us.J Section 2S, TJ 2, & R. 30 w. '
$:I, i
the new styles and \ is especially desigaed -
patty Johnson e If in
6 Son neighboring
: towns write

\; : terns $1.00. to 250. to us. I : I for our Star domestic finish.
j jF. liiE'Tje'arns'
If Johnson widow: ElOdla
r ary Ben
:ii'\t.. 1 the only proper finish for sbiru
Tetleys1 Teas nett and husband,* Wm. J. Bennett' :
".'. .tfTi.t -I served free (in iI --- : collars and cuffs and one that
f' : and Katie' Spencer to A. A. Fisher a 1: lasts well, hot weather.
... annex) by an-expert.. Either even in
'Ji 1 I certain lot 501:150': ft..'j the NE

_: H, 0. ANCON, hot Store or and'j iced.try a Call cup.\ at There the Big is I .. S. MELLEH: & CO.Ji I I:iier$1 and of .other block 72 consideratiotI of West King! Tract;,;)i Your" money baek if Electric it falls to exterminate-Rat Cockroacbes.and Bed Roach Bugs.Water Paste Bags etc. : The Star Steam

Phone 334. I D. M. Gray to J. A. Gray, lots 11'I i It is sure death to Rats and MIce.driving them doors t.o die., j
j.ffi1 CASH CLOTHIER flavor, fragrance and strength : I ''U, 13, 14, and 15 in-block/75, New City: I SHall, Size, 25 Cents. Motel Size sight.time' th q..ntltj) S LCD j Laundry.

k in Tetley l"$ Tea. t :Pens oI & Tract $ soo 'and other o l.sideraUon':1:| Sold everywhere! ,or cent express prepaid on receipt"/price S
Comer Palafoi! and Halo.j T .""Welles' to Rosa.A. Eggart, loti1'and STEARNS'. ,ELECTRIC PASTE, CO, Chicago,III.U.S.A.! 37 & 2ard n St. Phont 114.

I J I W* of lot 2li,1>teck 80, New ._ Pevi.acolL FIA
REAM - t _
: -_-- TRY pOSSO' PHONE 1326. :................ ;..., ..City. Tract $712.50 > ,_ > -, .' :-r" '.-.- -.: -:... ... '- : -,- .
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