The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: May 4, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Administration Did .Not Feel War'ranted 'Collectors Office Will' C/ose, at 5 o'clock ."r-.i... ;. .. .

rUNT Iw Says He Gave Opinion to I i
GARBAGE[ I OODARD WilL[ Governor r f.

in Accepting Aid from [ [N [ .this Ajier, Joon-- Those Who Do In Exchange for aa"i" ;

Other Powers.: T HE[ LATEST[ I II I Not:Pay Cannot Vote.The 'l\ SOON N KNO'HISFATE Office. 'it. ,.

AN EXPLANATION Two Hundred Delegates and Three person who has .not paid his I In order to exercise the right of suEt -' JUDGE DENIED IT r
poll tax for 1905 by 5 o'clock this afternoon t rage. '
Hundred Visitors at Birmingham will be debarred from voting I Extra Clerks. {' '-

r PROJECT J [ T inthe: democratic primary: on May id I As aforesaid, Collector Roberts f T[ ,.t:,<_:,-
Meeting Have you prepared yourself to exercise I
Made President Roosevelt in '
by found it necessary t6 employ addition. j
the ,''great right of an American Famous ? alles- eard Claim Agaii,?: l ,
1905 I I f al clerks to, help him out during the :
Freeman, (by: paying your poll tax
to i poll tax rush. The office of the collector -
Message Congress. : 'fl
and otherwise qualifying yourself to to the Front.
-, Company is Willing to Install ,Re! vote? If not you have until 5 o'clock I'I: persons was anxious thronged to expend.yesterday$1 for with the; Court Martial Trial of Man Ac- ; t
TIVE DOCUMENT COVERING OPERATIONS this afternoon to accomplish the task, ,
little slip of which is insignia -.
NAVAL APPROPRIATION' BILL duction t Plant Under 'Certain which should be one of pleasure and I' paper' an -
r cused of Double ,
Or THE CHURCH, enjoyment. that the 1905 poll tax has been Charge MR. BEARD CITES CIRCUMSTANCES -t| r"fl.
Conditions. ',The'Journal is pleased to know that TRANSPIRING ATJ 'f i
TILLMAN AND SPOONER CLASH since, this paper ''began the campaignfor Qualified Voters. I Completed. .'
--- BE 164,648 WITH OVER MILLION :the payment. the poll tax so' Collector Roberts stated last night t TIME OF JUDGE WHITFIELD'Stf i( t "F :
'CVER RAILROAD RATE BILL- I many persons have come forward and. that the payment of 1,644 lIOn taxes J ,
WILL SUBMIT PROPOSITION TO SUNDAY SCHOOL PUPIL'S.II paid. With the large number who' means that there are about 2,200 qual ACCUSED ENTERED A PLEA OF APPOINTMENT AS PROOF OAj. ..- tHIS '.
ARMY APPROPRIATION BILL I have law ified voters in the county. The additions :', .
by The Journal, there are I are due to the age qualifications,

PASSED THE. SENATE.By I MEETING --- COMPANY WILL By Associated Press hundreds of others yetto; come for-!i I I which exempt persons'over a stipulated LISTMENT, BUT DENIED THE WAS GIVEN IN EXCHANGE FOfT, .': L;
ward and pay ?1 to the tax collector age, and'thoseVwho attained their
Associated Press ERECT PLANT' AT.:ITS OWN EXPENSE Birmingham, May 3.-The fifteenthquadrennial for a poll tax receipt: If there is a desire -i majority as late as 1905. CHARGE OF DESERTION PEND APPOINTMENT. <:..

Washington, May 3.-Th. president( THE PARTICULARS. conference of the Metho- beating within their hearts to participate i Law Misconstruded. :t.< -s ;

Pent a message to congress to-day in dist, Episcopal Church South, began in the coming primary. Af- "Some persons lime a misconception ING AGAINST HIM-THE PA-: i .'1'

'which he explained the position of here today with two hundred delegates ter this afternoon the deire can not! of the l law regarding the paymentof PERS FORWARDED.The The followng communication Iron*. .-i '.
the government regarding offers of ,, and three hundred visitors; be gratified, because thei: law states I a poll tax,"'said Collector Roberts. Hon. :'Jno. S. Beard is selfexplanaXtory l' ,-.;:.
; San Francisco sufferers A proposition will In all likelihood most emphatically that" tax ; ...' !
a.d for by church officers and others present we poll "They seem to be of the opinion' that : .
foreign countries. He said when the be submitted: to the city council at must be paid ten days preceding the If Beard Makes Grave Charge. 'I' ;
I they tax with
poll along I
offers were made to the government I I the next meeting of that body
he did not feel warranted In- accepting installation of a" garbage"reduct'on bishop, called the conference to order. Last Night's Total. taxes that they are entitled to vote. H. Einstein, alias Walter W. Wood- Editor Pensacola Journal: 'J: !..

; ,but when made to the citizens relief plant In Pensacola..' The roll call showed nine bishops When Collector Roberts A closed his Of course such an idea. is erroneous, ward, charged with fraudulent enlist- In your paper of the 2na' instant ;:::1.
committee, of San Francisco, no L. Wiselogel, of Marianna, representative and appears a letter from J. B. Whitfield/ "= 'r,
present, Bishops Fitzgerald Grand- office yesterday afternoon exactly as every one knows who understands '
ment and desertion, which commenced -
official action was or could be taken. of a well known garbage company Associate Justice of the Supreme )
berry being the only absentees. Dr. 1,614 poll taxes 'had been] paid. These the law. The poll tax must be paid at Fort Barrancas Wednesday has ;'j
and beets ,
The message recites foreign: gov- was In the city yesterday Court, to the effect that he had fI '.
'trnments and; rulers in all parts of held a conference with Mayor Bliss: J. J. Tfgert, of Nashville, secretary of figures, mean that since The Journal ten days before the election, and' un- been completed. All that remains is informed that I had publicly stated," ': ':,
i bt the campaign of : tax edu- less this ,procedure is followed > the
; poll
an y for the Commander of the Departmentof :
the world who sent messages of condolence concerning the important question of the general conference during the last that he, in return for the appointment J; i ,
cation this citizen he .vote- That Is all
Tuesday week can not
Or offers of substantial aid. disposing: of the, garbage In this city. morning.pf the Gulf, General Duval with head- as Attorney General, gave to the governor : ;, ","'
two meetings was unanimously re-. over 500 voters. :(; have fixed themselves there !is to it" quarters in Atlanta, to either1 approve ;.
It 'enumerated nearly two hundred It is understood that. the company, 'f I an opinion as to the character; ; l :
rulers, governments or municipalities through its representative will 'make elected. f 1 or disapprove. the findings of the court, of the commission issued to Colonel ...;
which sent such cOI1l blence. a proposition to the city to this ef- After provision was' mad for the I martial. I S. I. Wailes by Governor Draw in "l, '
The president said appropriate expressions fect: The company to. erect :a garbage appointment of the regular fourteen. FIERCE FIRE, INVESTIGATIONBEING Enstein: or Woodward entered a 179. Judge Whitfield in this letter ',' '
acknowledging these had reduction plant which will beprected committees- bishoP's I. .. plea of guiky to the charge: of fraudulent denies the truth of the charge that; "
the 'address\ was
had been sent by himself: and the at the company's cost. A trial ;, I enlistment but denied the chargeof he has been informed that I have'. ',
read,by Bishop! Galloway, of PRESIDIO PUSHEDThe I .
slate department He recommendedthe of thirty days vill, be, made;''of the desertion. made -c. '
passage by congress of an appropriate : plant and if it, comes up to recommendations .- ippi. This document was lo MlsSiSS-1 Fate is a strange thing. Einstein or Let us confadder i the Me of Mr.' /'' '
resolution expressing tha deep. and specifications,.the municipality ering the entire operations '< Woodward was convicted for desertion Whitfiekl's appointment as Attorney' 'L
-fehagawakened' 'among the people! 'tVimrchiseIt;- or'-to":allow, -cbnrch-BtaceHBec last-fcoriference at ..-!a' J:. 'Assoelated,fi1es.' .e finaJlce'commttee' of'. the cityconeaPpotatedto I from the Eighth Artillery band. Whenhe General, the date of Governor Jew _' ;
of:.this,nation by these messages. the builders long-term contract to ; 'N .make- n investigation 'again, Jl\1sted-.he did not,pigsum: | jnng8s request for this opinion and ':
home and 'abroad. It showed the -present San Francisco, May 3. F>.re which of the Board of Public Works ---
tie dale:
be detailed this
dispose of the'garbage.., threatened' for an instant that "he would of opinion, together )11.Ib.
NAVAL. APPROPRIATION It is understood that the same com- membership to be 164,648, with: th.a general hospital atthe held a session yesterday morning. The to the same band from which other well known facts and circiM--'
Presidio, containing more than a I
BILL 1N THE HOUSE pany, making the proposition: : erectedthe more than a million Sunday school pupas thousand patient?, startd early today body had 'Mayor Bliss, C H. Ginglesand he had deserted and for which *desertion stance surrounding this transaction.in ,
J. A..Daw on the "carpet.; Little : '
he served a sentence. He was July, 1902, the State of Florida
garbage reduction plant at receipts for foreign missions dur- and extinguished after
was pnly
Washington! May 3.-The naval .appropriation ; was asked of the two last named. It is stated that the man knew that realized from the Federal Govern-
sonville, which was recently consumed "
hard fought fight. The laundry of
bill, carrying nearly one fire.Troops. ing the past four years were 11,659- a Mayor Bliss was before the committee he would be recognized by some of nient the sum of $1,089,158.66) as the '
by the hospital but the ..
hundred millions for the naval establishment 841. The address lamented the de- was saved.destroyed from 11 o'clockto 12:30: o'clock the band, and for that reason did not result of war{, done by the late Col./ 4
waij taken up in the creasing supply of ministers caused by 'hospital was and details of the works, of the report for duty.It I W. K. BeardAt Tallahassee, and. '""
General conditions 'continue' to 'im
House to-day in a general debate "decline in the spiritual: tone of famI- board were gathered from him by the is expected that the papers in the Col. S. I. Wailes. f. '" .
and the' health conditions
hich Is expected to continue through ly life," recommended the earnest development excellentKilled general committee. case will be returned here in a week, When the State realized this vast- .,
to-morrow. SHERMAN[ N WillN of the educational move are or ten days and the' exact fate of I amount of money in July 1902 the iw
ment for missionary work and gavean Postmasters Nominated Einstein: or Woodward will be known. Honorable W. B. Lamar was, and had ;t
TILLMAN AND SPOONER exhaustive review of church workin by Falling Tree. Washington, May 3. The president : I been: for twelve years, the Attorn y&1 :'
CLASH IN SENATE domestic and foreign fields. j Forest Miss., May .-Wilson to-day sent to the Senate the namin- General of the state, and he continued''v "
The first session of the conference Reeves, 23 years of age, was crushedto ptions of the following to be postmasters in that office for about eight months .. ::
Washington May 3.-This was the N NOT T MARCH T TT TOTHESEA closed at noon. The committees ,organized death by a falling tree to-day while : J. O'Burton' at Weldon,, N. C.; after the: money had been paid into:\ : ;::
last day in the senate for general debate during; the afternoon and ,welcoming cutting timber in the Antioch nigiiborhood W. A. Pamplin: Fayetteville, T,3nn.; Will STRIKE T [ T TO the state: treasury, viz., until Febru :. "
on the rallroaa! rats bill and it exercises were held in the seven miles northwest of F. E. Britton, Jonesboro, Tenn M. ary 28. 1903. ;
was fully occupied. Mr. Lamar was familiar with the
fc evening. tere.j i iI Armiilrong, Rogersville, Tenn.
Senator' Tillman spoke at length inat. contract between S. I. Wailes and the

i. endeavor to show, by criticism of T [ [ I state, and the claim of the state;
Individual judges, that the power of [ENFORCE[ THE[ against the United States govern-',
granting temporary injunctions by in- n-ent, and h? had maa1 at least one
ftrior United States courts should betaken trip to Washington while Attorney;'! ,
from' them in Interstate Com Q Js General in the interest of VIe claim,: :.
merce Commission> cases. During the of the state against the United! :
speech' he engaged in a, controversy I I I Intercepted'nd' Orderedto DEMANDS[ States. Governor Jennings did not,I' : .:, .
rith Mr. Spooner in which the Wis- during tbe eight months that Mr. La.! ;r_ ''
tcns'n! senate called Tillman's reference t Return and Project' is mar was Attorney General, after the } y .
to him '"indecent." ironey was paid into the state treas-f I .'

The army appropriation bill, carrying Finally Abandoned. ury, ask for or obtain the opinion ot ', .
about seventy-four-million dollars Anthracite Miners'Believe ExistingDifferences the Attorney General upon this mat ,. }: '
vas passed. ter. Mr. Lamar has more than ones, .
By- Associated Press. Cannot Be Ami- told me that if Governor Jennings1 )t
:Atlanta, May .-Father Thomas crer mentioned the subject to him! ; ." :
DUKE WILL GET Sherman decided to-day io abandonhis that he does not recall It. 'J :;
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his ?d ; cably) Settled.By '
trip over. fields traversed by Mr. Whitfield succeeded Mr. Lama 't ,
father Gen. W. T, Sherman forty :as Attorney General on February 28.,;
DIVORCE DECREE )".ears ago and returned, with the mil 1903. He says in his letter to The } ,

itary escort, to Fort Oglethorpe! ,t .e' -0,o 10 t c ac Associated Press. Journal: "On the morning of Februl'.
By Associated Press. A special mess nger:- from Fort c wy Scranton, Pa., May 3.- atisfied ary 28, 1903, I took charge of the At, ,:'
Newark, N. J. May 3.-Vice Chancellor McPherson. Atlanta Intercepted the torney General's office:' On that! _
Pitney today, advised that a decree escort party at Catersyllle, Ga., at I with the feeling: that a strike was the cia"iz.., February 28, 1903 (the day !,'.

of absolute divorce be granted midnight Wedug-day!! bearing an, or- only means to enforce their demands I I that he took charge of the office), Mr1 :
James H. Duke, president of the American :ter from General Duvall, commandIng upo'n the anthracite operators, 630 del Whitfield says in his letter to The i .
Tobacco Co., in his suit against the Department of'the Gulf and iIf03 r c ,l w,. egates, representing the hard'coal districts Journal, that among several written '
Mrs. Lillian Duke. Pitney: said the telegraphic orders were received at ER of the United Mine workers,i requests sent to him by the governor''
evidence Cart rsvU1e also by Lieut. Campbell, aa. convened here today. John IitChelll van one asking an opinion as to the
was overwhelmingly In fav commanding the: escort sent by Gen a'r BDARDtRS a will be the controlling character of the commission issued; .
or of Duke and recommended that a TAKLttlti( ,,, 'i
divorce be eral Duvall. saying that ,on accountof ttEat) j I II many, possibly a majority, of the dele- to Colonel Wailes by Governor Drew: I .
granted.SOUTHERN misapprehension by, the southern TCCS gates are instructed to follow his coun- in 1879.
'.people the war department had ordered On the 3rd day of March 1903, less '

GOlfTOURNAMENT an immediate return to Fort bd\\! I H'ck' sel.The appearance yesterday of Dr. than four days after his appointment, .I!'
Oglethorpe. The return march be- r Charles Neal the, United States com,,&s Attorney General, and the 'request '
gan at five o'clock this morning. 'C- missioner of labor, has given rise to ''of the governor for his opinion, he, f I '
Father Sherman expressed( regrets Y much conjecture.At sends an opinion upon this important ;
that his miss!(l1 hail! bean' misunderstood the afternoon session Mr. Mitchell matter to the governor, and that too 1
and expressed himself as keenly spoke of the Shamokin scale com- when he had, according to his letterto '
By Associated Press. affected by the cJt(tidsm of the mittee, expressing his regret at the The Journal severa] other writ-
New Orleans, May 3.-In the people and press. He- declared at failure to secure and agreement with Un requests fl"llJl je the governor of tae. >

Southern golf championship tourna ,first that be would continue the trip the mine operators.A same date to consider. I
ment today Andrew Mason, of but tater decided to return with the t strong sentiment of the conventionis The questions which naturally pre- .
Darien Ga., the present champion, military escort which had extended that they are tired of discussing sent themselves are: Why did not
was defeated by Alhert Schwartz, of the courtesy .of the trip. negotiations, one delegate from G Governor Jennings secure the opinionof
New Orleans, who in turn fell before ,.\' myn saying that he represented r-I Mr. Lamar during the eight' ;
Nelson Whitney. The :final in all months that :Mr. Lamar was Attorney
Batches. will be played Saturday.The STRIKE TROUBLE -. 1( ) \\\1 1J I : : ,' )jr. operators thousand miners have refused and declared everything"The we:I General for the stat after 'the .money -' 4
a.-sociation today reelected had been paid into the state treasury -
.t asked for. We have work! ,
a a :, been out pf
all officers and selected Atlanta for OVER: IN PARISBy .' AV ny dig Governor Jennings defer his t
.,.. :- for five weeks 'and as well stay
the next meeting place. On? bun- .. :.,,:\" ; may : request for this opinion of the At. ,'i '
tfred and fifteen players ware present !.- {, till. we set what we want. I' tc/rney General for eight months and ": *
.- A strike in the anthracite regions I
Associated Press; ii "" "
and half a dozen states were repre p ,' '' then ask it the very day viz., February -
sented. May ,3. -Th: ?'ptrike has seems inevitable. Reporting for the
Paris ; : ) : 28, 1903. that :Mr Lamar went out .
ceased to present "any general menace' committee, President Mitchellsaid 'it I of the office as Attorney General, and )(.; ,
CROWDS ATTENDING REVIVAL and fe now confined to5. scattered: agitations : had gone as far in the matter ,as it Mr. Whitfield went into the office as tI
AND GREAT INTEREST SHOWN which promise! to prolong the was deemed advisable to go. He said Attorney General? Why did Gov rn- r :.
The 'reviva7 at the Palafox Street struggle in seyeral' in 'u$trIes. ,r .' the committee had been unable to get I or ''Jennings appoint )Whitfleld Attorney .,
'of a f bomb which an increase 'in wages or an.Improvement
.Jethodist church Sj proving one ol The explosion: : : General of the state, when If ;a."
the most successful affairs of tb: kind was being carried by two Russian i I I '. : "\ w. in conditions from the.opera-' '' he, Mr. Whitfield, had had the legal
ever held In Pensacola.- W., B. anarchist! recalled attention to the .. -1H. Wb' @ tors.The ability and learning of JudgeMarsltali., ;
rates b whining many IrienoJs by continued presence of:the violent element I : .:.' 't discussion showed the temperof neither Governor Jennings, nor any .
t.s! singing' despite" the whcsesale arrestsof .. .: : the delegates who went into executive one else could have known It, as. }Ir. ,
To-day noon services will be held the last few days. The 'authori I .h .. session'late in the afternoon.. Ata Whitfield had never practiced Iawor: '
*t the Lov-'sville and Nashville rail- ties accordingly maintain ii--e I ,.. ;. late hour no formal, report:.had beef i -' .
read shops, conducted by Jlsv. J. ary police and military ;patrols &utton-J I OLD OLD JWmncit BO-ABEES F.\lILY-\1tE.-I- SIGHT ONCE MORE.. __ I made. : ,I (Continued on Page Two.) rs

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tan ever had up to that time, that I .
have ever (heard of, a casa in any by. Rev. 0, R. Miller, of brandyour

court! Tetley'sTea *- D: -I !jL' ; t'he'; ,

How could Mr. Whitfield. in lessthan Washington, : C, .
four days, have considered and .->"1 \t
prepared: this quite lengthy and important t .
Last evening

the authorities opinion,that looked he did up, and as inapplicable cited The first India and Wharf Methodist church.theJfuscogee Rev. O. R. .iD mind
\Miller of Washington, D. C. legislative '
as they'ere, occupied, as he a
must necessarily have been from his! Ceylon tea tn America17 superintendent, thel National
Temperance Society an address
letter to The Journal, with otheriratters ; gave .
old-wasTetley's. ; on "Good Tidings from the National
years ..
: : referred to him by the Gov- Capital," in whica he told of his Soiety's ; for we will have much to regarding
'ernor at the same time? say
c work in' : ;
educating;,public sen: ,
There be but answer to II \ !
can one First Ument: on the temperance, question it in the future. If discriminating
these questions, and that answer it' to-day., I and1 of its efforts in 'e manifest: This opinion was agreed I with other societies. In gating good I
upon if not prepared before Mr. drinker of beer critical in the
iYVbitfteld; : was appointed Attorney ****"************* lavns passed by. .congress. He soplw 1 ,

General; and that he was appointed i n part as follows: J : : of health and in the actual It I
:Attorney General the distinct PIANOS ,AND ORGANS. "The National: Temperance Society >. I : .>:: '/. matter a r
CASH OR EASY TERMS. # was organized in, 1865 by same of the i :
that he would render
it understanding;*and that he kept his agreement. $0 All Piano Work Guaranteed. '* foremost Christian man of the cburi' ;,: .; : .are of drjnking it, always call for
In his letter tot The Journal CLUTTER & RUSHING, # try Tbeprimary 'object oT tJh SOl: t

(whether ignorantly or designedly I 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. $ ciety was to create and circulate a:

do not know and do not care), Mr. & PHONE 476. # sound temperance literature which:
iWhltfleld does not fairly state the it # would promote .the cause. of total fibstinance -! ha ww MtA at Hop !iK
F. and concentrate! Temperance &eweryl bun '
opinion l! that ha rendered as Attorney i
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and Oirlstian'-sentlment of the :
General as ,to the character of A11teri"can ue.en 4 eoglmq .
the, commission issued to Wailesty nation against the 'drink habit'and
'Governor Drew in 1879. He.omitsIn' SAFES! SAFES SAFES! SAFES the drink traffic; and' the Society' ha* ct ,
had a large part In helping to make
his letter to The Journal the assumption Diebold-Safes.
in his opinion as Attorney liquor drinking unpopular and the saloon

General: That the employment in Scarritt Moreno, Agents "Tha disreputable.Society Is .non-partisan and We do,all'that conscientious brewing can do to make ;
which Wailes. !Was .engag d under h1 __
co'mmission from' Governor Drew ron-ssctrian. r it.the. BEST BEER-using only the finest grade of ma- i
"For forty years the has ;
rendered an opinion on the 3rd day I Society ;
ASSS the: basis an office.of every. This contention assumption in was his I of March, .3'as to the character of been furnishing ammunltitioa for all j. serials. It is brewed in a new and perfect plant, equipped from cellar to .

opinion decision; of and our he supreme cited an court opinion in support and' by- Governor commission Drew issued In\1879 to S., in I. :return Wailesthe n who drink have evil. been It has battling published:against! wholesome th! :- \ roof with every modern invention for .producing a fine, pure, germlessbeera :

of this assumption which for the commission as Attorney Gen books for the library, papers 'beer so that it shines."
of-the supreme court, establishes b e nmoral issued .to'Mm on.the 28ih day of for the family circle, pamphlets for \ -. pure ., :
February 1903, by W: Jennings, workers, and facts for the, masses.
yond cavil to mind that *s ;
capable of comprehending every the English governor of the state of Florid, thenI It has prepared and issued at greatex.penSe t \ ? Call for It at all saloons, clubs, cafes, I

language, that the employmentin am utterly incapable of deducinga over 2.200 different publications hotels, etc. Call for It and GET IT. !
which Col. Wattes engaged under conclusion from strong circumstantial and printed and circulated over -f.

his .commission from Governor 'Drew evidence. one billion, page, of temperance literature '. :.: Fix the brand in mind and watch for our next ad}! I
Was not an o31ce. fllr. Whitfield in his letter to The. and in this and its home missionary ,. .
,Journal : "The never! work has distributed' nearly 1'
says governor
This opinion of Attorney General I .
iWhitfteld after less than four Jays at any time, directly or indirectly,I $2,000,000. Acme Brewing Co
consideration, with other business mentioned the matter to ma until I "Our Society has sent its. liters J j

demanding a part of his attention, inRolvtng gave the opinion four days after I became ture to every state in the Union, to MACON, GA. -;

\ as it did on_the one hand the Attorney General. the lumber camps and mining camps .
over 163000.00, and on the other the iMr. Whitfield was treasurer of thestats to the soldiers Jn the army- and the .
honor: Integrity, and good faith of the : in July, 1902; when! this settlement &Mps'of. the navy. 0' 1 ,
state; has been laughed at, ridiculed! ;,'involving' such a large amount "Our society!: has also helped get! ..
end. denounced by every lawyer of t of morley was> made between the Federal many good .laws"passed by congress",. .
ability and standing from Pensacola. government and the state and Mr. Miller then mentioned many
to Key West. le continued to b&,treasurer until he good laws passed by congress during, ----- -

"' ,here are seldom, if ever, witnesses ..was appointed Attorney General on the last quarterofa.tentury.; .Among hoi. 13)( Ajbpf( ; stop the issuing4by J4bV1M 4.MF"LY
too such a bargain as I have charged, the 28th day of February, 1903. the bills mentioned'were -the following the government "of Federal liquor tax

and sincerely believe to have been Such large transactions\ are not of : The ''bill too stop liquor selling in receipts in -no Kceoie-oc-: prohibition REAL I ESTATES T T[ from 75 cents to $4.00 each.
made by Mr. Whitfleld and Governor. daily occurrence in this state, and i it the capitol building at Washington; a territory. ((5) A bill requiring Internal
(Jennings. Men do not stand upon surpasses belief that, intimately associated bill to stop liquor selling in all Im revenue collectors 'to furnish certified SCREENS: Strips and Wire to make
the and sound bugle and ai* he was with Governor Jen migrant stations in'rnrr country; a
housetops a copies of Federal
liquor tax "re Screens.
nings as a member of his Cabinet bill to stop,the shipping of.liquor and your own
blow a horn to attract the attention celpts to
any one requesting it. ((6)
of the public to such deals; .they are that this matter including. the Wailes opium to the New' H&bri 1es Islandsby The Hepfourn-OolVrrer: Interstate T TRANSFERS N
consummated in dark corners and contract with the state and the S American'traders; a bill to close Liquor bill to protect no-license Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO-
Waiks-Beard claim under that the. gates of the 'BtLouis! Fair on
1 (behind locked doors, with only the con towns against outside rum sellers. ""'N .+NN-N Awv..V..
jiartidpants.; ; as witnesses. They can tract, wag not fully and, freely .dl s Sundays. etc, ,. . (7) The McCtujnb; bill to :top liquor iilst 'VN,
only be proven, It ever proven ,by cussed between Governor Jenningsend 'Several bad 'laws have been prevented -selling in 'old''aoldlers' homes anil in Following is a of the deeds re-
circumstantial! evidence.It Treasurer Whitfield during those such as the 'bill to license all 'buildings owned by the United corded ,y sterday reported by the
eight months. gambling in the district of Columbiaand' NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
the foregoing 'authenticated States Government. ((8) A bill 'to Pensacola Abstract Co.:
facts do not establish the conclusion It will doubtless be said !by some, the .bill to. license file general prohibit the sale of liquor in the District John, M3xon to Chas. James, commencing
that J. B. Whitfleld, Attorney Generalof that I am attacking 'our SlJpre.mecourt. sale of opium, in: the Philippine of ,
((9)) Prohibition as 280 yard E. of the SW corner
the state of )Florida, deliberatelyIS' but such is not the case. The Inlands.'Mr. a condition of statehood for tale Indian of the SW% of the SW& of Sec. PHONE f8S! E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop. No.8 WEST ROMANA ST.White .
judges of our court Miller said the reform forces
supreme are << Territory. ((10) The submission! 10, To' 1, N. R. 31 W., thence N; 140
... were
elected by the people Mr. Whit working an amendment to -
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by Congress to the various states of yards, thence E. 70 yards, thence S.
field is candidate for reelection the National Constitution
now a to prohibit
To Get More I
Strengthfrom an amendment to the United States 140 yards'thence W. 70 yards to placeof
aj associate justice of the supreme polygamy as that evil could not be
Constitution, prohibiting the manufacture beginning, 2A., $10.
Your Food.WHEN court. He is'before the people l crushed through the'local .courts of ,
Utah. ; sale or importation of all Jas. C. _Watson to Robert Burnett,
for aproval or disapproval: and I do
intoxicating liquors. lot 13, in block 55 of the W.
King Trt.,
tot think that the life, the '
liberty :Bills Before, Congress. In conclusion Mr. Miller urged the j

the Bowels> are filled and should the, be property disposed of of his by fellow his man !I Mr. Miller said:. the .fqliowin.'61114 people to keep their eyes upon, their $50.Mark.. Mayo to T. J. Busey, lot 3 or..
were now being pressed .before con. senators and saying .d
undigested food >we and decisions. For this reason I shall 1 congressmen ] block 1 of Mark Mayo first subdivision II
? grass: J that they .go better work if
they are of. the SW of the of
: & &E4 Sec.
; be deal his
a great worse vote against election and I shall 1
(1) (ingairyCgmmfssion watched. He also quoted Dr. Parkhurst'o 5T. 5, N.'R. 30 W., $1 and other con
; than if use what little influence I have
we were half may bill to. inv.estigate.the: effects-of'liquor famous saying that "the .wicked sideration.
Starved. to induce my fellow citizens to vote
against hs! election. on the moral imi'ustrial and political fleeth when no man pursueth, but .,Lee Daniell to Alfred Davis, 'the E.
Because food that stays too long in JOHN S. BEARD. affairs'ff the nation '(21:; A WH restricting be. maketh better time if some one 60 ft. of the NE i of block 122 of the
:s-- the Bowels decays there, just as if i it : the sale .9fpa medicines is after him." W. King Tract $1.

i'ltayed too long in the open air. e containing a large per. ''centof: :alco- The address was :full of interest as Wm. A. Shelby to Pensacote Invest-

Well when food decays in the Boweb, ,1r it made the audience,, feel that$5 ment.Ca, N# of the NW# of the NW
world is getting
ii \ trough delayed and overdue action, what t : They ri.d.*;Duke. bett r'rather' than % ?f Sec 7, T.1, S. R. 31 W., contain-

;. .I uppens?-:- On, the.,day when the late Dukeof BOSSO'S worse. ing 20 acres, $60.

*.- k Westminster was promoted to his GENERAL MANAGER ENDEL OF
dukedom he< visited his children's i. AiDJUTANT GENERALOF
The millions of little Suction Ice K. Of P. ENDOWMENT RANK HERE
l l ta
quarters ;to:; communicate the news ; tory .
that line the Bowels and Intestines then draw .
eneral Manager Marcus Endel, of p e "
to them
Poison from the decayed Food, instead of \VpaLdo"you think they I can furnish-..you") cream la the K. of P. endowment rank for the Associated Press. '"tl

j. the Nourishment they were intended t have made me now: he said. "They any quantity.". .Satisfaction' tate of Florida, is now in Pensacola Montgomery, May 3.-Captain Albert .
; draw have made me a duke;* "Why, 'fa- guaranteed:- In the interest of that brandh of'the C.' Sexton, of Montgomery, was I
;then exclaimed one of the smaller PHONE ;)326_ i Pythian work. Mr. Endel says the today appointed adjutant general and"
This Poison gets into the blood and;f la SAM .Bb&Sb. Prop. endowment rank Is in
now an .
denizens of the nursery, "that'swhafwe exceptionally chief of staff of Commanderinchief j
time spreads all over the body unless the call proeperoui) condition having Thomas M. Owen of. the Sons of Con.I' l iif
donkey, .
Cause of is removed. A about 77,000 members throughout the Veterans '
Constipation promptly ... federate to succeed William
That:cause of Constipation is Weak, or United States ana on the first of the T. Shehan. f//I' h .1

Muscles. I A Gentlo Discharge. Great present quarter having a surplus in
l aiy Bowel $
excess all liabilities of $1,307,293
"I always have contended that if
; When your Bowel-Muscles grow flabby I : in the treasury. During the first l lt

i'- they need Exercise to strengthen them, not. i the owner, the publisher and the three months! of the present year. it PENSftCOLAOLD FOLKS ?

1 i ':Physic" to pamper them. managing; editor could be kept out paid $398,900 in death claims.

"newspaper, offices it would be a -
? good business," writes Hugh S. Ful- Reduction inGlassos h HAIRY ELEPHANTS. '- "': .. Should Read This.
: There's only one! kind of Artificial Extrdse lerton. .
: But it impossible: They) .
{ for the Bowel-Muscles.
s" always are meddling. One'after. The skin of the is ': -'''One of the saddest sights In the
; Its name is "CASCARETS and its elephant ::pia I!''
noon I was sitting in a dignified at world Is an old' person, with totter-
. destitute !
tically the : coat
.1price is Ten Cents box.
a titude, with both feet over the top lug' steps, and towed down with the Y V
So if you want the same natural action of my desk and both hands in mypockets'when which is the distinctive covering of Infirmities of old age," said a memo

that a six mile walk in the country would Eyo mammals. But the' extinct 'mammoth ber of the firm of W. H. "White & Co.I jtfde.xw

give you (without the weariness) take one heavy treading gentleman had, aa undercoat of reddish and if the publishers of The Journal .
approached and asked, "' only realized the gOO!! Vlnol will do,
.Ciscaret at a time with intervals between, brown woolly fur,, in which dark,
'Young man, you work here ? for aged residents of Pensacola they
': till reach the exact condition desire. bristly hairs were thickly set. Both I' Yukts1u+"'s
you you 'I- do/-I responded without chang \ would devote columns of space in
One Cascaret at a time will properly! ... wool and hair have been found.with their paper urging ouch people to s'
ing You have the
position. "
C3e- 3se a foul Breath, or Coated Tongue. tenses my mined J he remarked gently remains in the frozen soil of Siberia. take .our
,A coming Headache can ba warded off t; Some years since traces of this fur VTnoL I j
'you mean you did. I found outhen We -nO\\1-\ When: a reaches 'that time : S
are selling person
la abort order, and the cause removed. were discovered in the Indian elephant -:
that he was the owner. In life ,where they are on the'"down1 ',
from time to time individuals
ward path all .the organs act' pore t
., 'occur in which the ,hairS slowly, the blood 'becomes thin and I
boat fall jo carry the Vest Pocket --- Hawkes'
r are developed to such an extent as sluggish; and it is difficult to obtainsufficient 1
Box with At'the
constantly. Golden Gate.
: Comet to be noticeable' by casual obserf-' nourishments from the food i
1- All Druggists sell them-over ten million.t "I Judge that he is in the shipping eaten to keep
strength ""vitali
A up
.t texts). year. line of business." $2,50 Eye Classes' ers. natural history journal has ty. Rock.

I. So very careful to get the genuine, Wb.at makes'you think so?" called attention to the fact that. Vinol changes. a decrepit old person The American athletes now en
"He always talking about what bala. there is now a hairy elephant the into .a healthy, cheerful companion,
I. grade only by the Sterling Remedy Com route to Athens to compete for thee
\ going to do 'when his ship comesin. for zoological gardens at Basel. So.thick because it is nature's remedy for cr *
: pany and never sold in! bulk. Every tablet t "" world';, greatest prizes be assist.
-San Francisco Call. is the ating strength ana) vitality.
}1 Itamped "CCC." growth that ,at the congressof ed in'winning international records
t zoologists at Berne in August Vinol] is not a patent medicine, as '. ... by- the fact that WHITE ROCK was
everything it; contains is named'onthe -
HOBS Cleaata.
all waters
1904 the selected over as the bestt
$1..25 madeof f
was back label of
bottle but
every it
The young woman who concluded them to drink while away from
FREE TO OUR READERS last October to put her fall hone course in jest-that'the animal wa s'. is guaranteed to be a genuine cod their native shores.
really a mammoth. Bustum, an-bi : liter medicine containing all the me? 1
It has been arranged to mall free a cleaning off- tlll spring hns about decided WHITE ROCK and buoyant strengthgo
beautiful little French-designed GOLD- now to put her spring housecleaning -.. dian elephant that lived in the"Regent's :- dicinal curatives and strength-creat together. Ask your doctor about it.
,_ PLATED trinket box,hard-enameled in ing elements of cod liver oil actually!
pretty colors, a handsome ornament off till. fall-Somervllle ;Journal park gardens from 1876'tV! .t keJifrom. fresh code livers -witn .
' moat liberal offer ever' made, and we 1882, when it was presented to the organic iron andother -body-building The Lewis Bear Co.,
want reader to hare Ten 8
:- seats ia every stamps is asked as a oae.measure W A D'Alemberte Berlin gardens was almost as hairy elements; and we guarantee to" the \-. ,, 'Dji rjbuter., in .Pcnsacol.a,. FU. ,
i"{l of caret good with faith which and to this cover dainty cost of box Cas-is i I Eneourrla Him. ,. The calf born in London in 1902had aged, the weak, run. wn, debilitated ,,"' -,-- '- '_:- --= :..- -, ', ':-',--=-- ;: ::,::::;.:.-;:
Gerald wonder what you dot and convalescent of Pensacola
Loaded thatVioi
a hairy coat;; be
Send todaybe sate to mention thispaper [ I were to try to kiss you. Geraldine Druggist and Apothecary as may seen.\ will-repair worn tissures and
l k" Address and Sterile write your Remedy address Company plainly., -I'm glad that you have a thirst for from its mounted skin in the Nat place'weakness whit strength ot s :

f \ Chicago or New York. 735 knowledge at last ural History:.museum return money in every case where It l .
I2I Sooth Palafol Street t, Pcasuoli, fla, fails W. H. White & Co:,'. druggists J.I! !

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We Will Offer the Following ;

M 8USINE r n j ::>- ,


c y .Number of Cases Disposed p of in Scribes'\. Will Meet at Ocala on. xtraordinary Bargains 1 ill.. .

the United States May 29 for 'a Three'Day'sSession y : = ;

If you have an observing eye.'
If know thing.: ,, Court '. worth 15c to 23c per yard for__-----------------------1 Dc 1 : '
you a good "

It you realize the Importance The annual meeUr 1'of' the Florida} :E M B R 0 I'D E ELI E ES .worth 29c to 50c per yard for..------------------___JBC '.; ,

YOUNG.. BOY CONVICTED: OF EMBEZZLEMENT ., Press Association will be held in and the worth 59c to 75c per-yard for____________ -___________28C ';
Ocala Tuesday, Wednesday
of a cood appearance. IN/.THE COUNTY city Thursday of May 29, 30and 31, 1906.. worth 85e to $1,00 per' yard for I _________ ____ ________490 :",.,; '

If you think gray is not your CRIMINAL- COURT, SENTENCE The opening session will be at 7:30( ',' '
; <. ,
p. m. 911 the first named date and the '
color, you have another "think"' SUSPENDED CHARGES PREFERRED adjournment will! be at noon on Thurs worth 59c to 69c per yard, now only 32c -
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coming after seeing the new 'AGAINST' HOOTON & day.The Worth 75c to 90c per yard, now only______ ___-_ _______47 1-20 ,
following program has been arranged S I L K 5 (
shades that run from fawn to WATSON IN THE MUNICIPAL : worth 51.00 and $1,25 per yard, now only ------_-------_____SSc20c ''0- ';

dark steel + J Tuesday, May 29. worth 40c per yard, now only_________________ ____________ 1:
COURT DISMISSED. 7:30 p. m.-Called to order by President :

If you are particular, we par. George W. Wilson.1' ,
ii :
Invocation-Rev. C. C. Carroll, of
Ucularly! want your inspection. 'In the United States court yester the Baptist church. I of.CloredWashGood.SALLAW.'AYBELOW .

day several cases ,were disposed of. Address welcome on behalf of the REMNANTS :
by Judge Swayne. city, Mayor Richard McConathy;, response of White
I A session of the criminal court by Tom F. MtiBeath; on be- Table DamaskACTUAL COST'of l' J',
j Vi as held, and a few misdemeanorcases half of the local press, C. L. Bitting- .,.. "tin
(f were "disposed .of by convict er; response, Frank "A. Walpole.; .. ..'
nL' Recitation-Ode of Welcome. Miss
VTAHDARDTHIESEH ;IB Federal:Court. Mabel: Bittinger, of Ocala, "Daughtersof 15c Swiss for C } -j- .'
,\: I th.3 The United following States business court yesterday was 'before:- Music.'the'- Press Association." SWISS.I BATISTEMil1EndsofWl Batiste for________ ;

I Henry W. pemps, perjury; demurrer The Relation of the Publisher ,to a for----------- 1;
to indictment overruled and dePendant the Politician, Claude L'Engle, Sun, I 4 :
mal out.L, _______________ ',
placed on ; jury Jacksonville. '
!Talton. .Reddick, violation of timber Journalistic Ethics-Adrian p, Jordan 1/ -i":,
COTTRELL, laws;; motion to quash information Herald Punta Gorda.

FINE Pensacola.PHOTOGRAPHS.Fla. : 'J. M.overruled.McKinnon, violation of tim Music.Editorial. Responsibility in the ''Ma ONE LOT JAPANESE FLOOR MATS in small HALF PRICE T :

ber laws; guilty; sentence suspend ter of Public lorals-J. W. White' ,. sizes at ,
DIAMONDSSomething f d until next term. Fraternal Record, Jacksonville. ,
John Lewis, larceny of two cows;; President's Annual Address 'Hon. "
Neat and New In Them guilty and sentenced to' serve eighteen George W. Wilson, Times-Un'on_ : Jack ,, I. .
W. A. Gahlenbeck. 218 S. Palafox St. months In'federal prfcon at At sonville. C

lanta.G. Music. 56c HAMMOCK PILLOWS for 29c ,'.
TURTON i BELL. A. Hood, violation -of Umber Adjournment. ,
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. laws; continued: Wednesday May 30 ,
Kodak Supplies. Finishing tor Amateurs.R. The grand jury returned indictment' 9:30: a. m.-Business session. Re- '
against John A. Ealam and George< of secretary, treasurer and the t. "

K. WHITE, I Cotton, charging revenue violations laws ,and of the Arthur I internal various 11 a. m.-Reading standing committees.and discussion of HAMMOCKS AT SPECIAL CUT PRICES ,..',: '

Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler,and Graduate Batha alias Arthur Matha, charging I
Optician,30 S. Palafox Street, Pensacola, Fla. violations of the timber! laws. papers.Newspaper Ad\'ertislng-Wm. A. I ', t,: .
Criminal Court.. p.
1 County Russell, News, Palatka.
Judge Bggs had a peculiar casein Does it Pay to Have a Clubbing List?
Tersely ToldG. the county criminal court It was Philip Isaacs, Press, Fort Myers
that of,Peter Farneina, a youth'abou''
12 or 14' )'earsof age charged with i Followed by discussion.. ', I T. H. Lannon "Co ? :
tmbezzl] ment. Mote.tban likely
B. Hendrix and wife have returned was the fin=t time the boy had ever J. 2:30: p. ,m.-Business session.
from New Orleans. Rural Routes. Do They Help the ,
criminal court The youth "
faced: a
The 91st Company Coast Artillery I Local Paper?-T. J. Appleyarfl, Index, '
was convicted and sentenced to .. .... _
'Which has been at Fort Barrancas for j serve four months in th"9! county Lake City. ; ,,1.." "" :7" ,:i".j.- -- '_" ...,-.::,,-. "- ,': I"t... ,- -. .- ; :. ,:
some tim.3 has returned to New Or jsil. JudeBeggs. however, suspend Ready-Prints Are They' a Help or a

leans. i=de sentence ,pen T"pg the 'good i be.Lavior Hlndrance-rW.: : \W. Jones* |r Banner" ; ,

Chas. Villar, of Little Bayou, gavea ,' of the boy; '\ Chipley. Editions, r''-'B. 'T.Byington\ ,.. ,' :i this state, either a Business? manager $ H'$ *1f .H H '!Ha 1f lMf ..
dance at the home of his sister! ,[ 4JIten- -Schufoot'was given- sixty OPERA HOUSE
ai "applicatioi
can'g f *: -
Miami, or editor
News ; .
in jail of cursing and
.iMrs. J. B. Carter, Wdnesday; night:: days: on charge tithe.
The the 'tiaptype in a Country -blank for: membership by.applying! I ,,
Use Qf- I -- --- ,
B&ich was largely' attended.- ,!; I 11[ u-dns: obscene language.' secretary- ' i.I' Edwards Pamasso( gaming; $10.00 "Office 45. WelTer'Johnston, Agri- \ t
'"Self-help" will come to mean more s.nd .costs or'fortyflve days in the curturIst, DeLand4Adjournment. ,. bershtp' fee $2.50; one,year's'due.s, $1. MAY 4th 1906
to''you than a.. pair of'"words, yoked:'rounti.JaiL i .. This amount (3.50) must: accompany' : !

together, If you get into the habit"ofreading.the'want'ads. I' '. Municipal Court., -7:30 p. m.- Jnvocation% Rev. T,,.W. application. -, -,w.- : H ** -$ .' m'm MH"" I
.". I The: only'.cases of' importance be Moore, of the :Methodist church. ." "'Any' other information needed wIll Mr Julian Walker/
Chas. F. Stewart, one of The! foreJudge-Lansy in the municipal Music. b'e'cneerfully, furnished by- the under Song Recital To-night. :I by the eminent bas:,, assisted by

Journal's efficient circulation .men, returned -j I court yesterday 'morning" were the Annual Poem-Tom F. McBeath, signed.. To-night Mr. Julian Walker, Basso,j some interesting instrumental num. BASSOIn
yestsrc'ay: from a three weeks i I four charges of violating'the sanctarj: School Exponent Gainesville. T. J. APPLEYARD, Sec., will appear at the opera house ia bers. -
trip over a (portion of. The 'Journal's:\'laws filed against Hooton & Watsonby Florida and Ise Future-Miss Jefferson Lake City Fla. song recital, and from present indications "Early in the winter Mr. Walker Song RecitalAccompanied .
West Florida .and Southern Alabama!! Inspector F.. O. Humphreys. After J Bell, Capital, Tallahassee. the attendance will be very came, quite unknown, to New Or-
thatMr. fi I hearing the evidence-in ,the-cases, large. leans, but after one concert, he tooka by '
territory. It is needless to say I It is Worth While to be an Editor! Life Insurance '"\
Steward did a fine (business for ''Judge Laney held that no grounds for -Harry L. Brown, Record St. Augus-. 'The Mr. Walker's career in the musical place among the most popular basSO Miss Marrie f":
.muddle lias started the public! to the has known, and there was' Maloney
The Journal during that time. the charges existed and dismissedthe tine. I world has been a remarkable one, I
charges against the accused. Music. thinking. The wonderful success that and this country is begining to recognize no denting f voice when his name
Judge Laney put his seal of disapproval The Press and the Temperance liaS 'met Ballard's Horehound Syrup I him as one of the best vocalists. I was mentioned for a second audition.I Regularsale tickets ;t,

Absolutely pure. Goes twice as far. onthe use of profanity by presenting Cause-'Mrs. Neva. C. Child, Chan in its crusade on Coughs, Influenza, Unfortunately no satisfactory date COE'S BOOK STOREWEDNESDAY i-*-.'
and all Pulmonary troubles could be secured during the winter ,
Blue! Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla. i Will Campbell with a gift of pion, Arcadia. Bronchitis i
: started the public to thinkingof season, and hot weather has arrived MAY ..
sixty days as a .member of the the Florida Editors-. E. Harris, "":'has 2 .:
!chain gang. Ethel Edwards for a this wonderful preparation. They r simultaneously with the musical fes- :
EXPORTS' FOR THE 'similar otTense-'WaB 'given' thirty days Banner Ocala. are all using it. Join! the procession tival. $1.00, 75c and 50c, : ; ,
of the Cbuntr
in jail. Trials for drunk and diE> The Humorous/Side Caldwell; and down with sickness. Price 25c, "The soloJb-t: last night was greeted Late Dummy .
Newspaper 'Editor-John M. witch great enthusiasm, and during I I
'orderly were on. 50c and $1.00. Sold by all druggists.
MONTH OF APRIL News, Jasper. the evening he rendered no less than '
lus'.c. 'I I
seventeen songs, almost all of them
The Press and Education-A. M. C. Tetley'shas
A CHICAGO VISITOR rief i gems of lyric music, coverIngMISS
Russell Brooksville. I
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Tha following shows the value of The Use and Abuse of the CartoonW.
the exports for the month of April, 'Mrs. V. J. Vidal of 224 E. Govern L. Straub, Times, fit Peters SUMMARY OF ,:, ::
from this port, and to which country merit street, last night gave a partyin burg. '.1,
shipped: I honor of her'sisterMrs. Geo. Bur. .Should an-Editor Hold Office? Jos. .". ",'I .
.Are-tra: .. .. .:, .. .. ..$ 26,250''! goyrie, of Chicago, who has been visit- H. Humphries, Journal, Brad ntown. THE WEATHER has a hold ; "
Belgium .. .. ..1." .. .. .. 74.244J j ing.her for the past month. Games The Editor Who Reads,and the Editor upon ,
Denmark .. .. ,l. .. .. .. 30,000!; and..musc: were indulged in, after, Who Doesn't Miss Sara Harris, 1 .
France .. .. ..,*.. .. .. .. 377,303! which a dainty supper was served to' Banner, Ocala. :The maximum temperature yesterday tHe finer tastes. : .
Germany .. ... .", .. .. .. .68,965'Italy : the'twenty guests present. Mrs.. Bur-" :lus'.c. ; was 79 degrees at 2:20 p. m. and '
. .. ft. ... .. 179,428!-goYne''won the first prize at the games, Your Competitor. How'Best to Han: the minimum 72 degrees at 4 a. m.of <:.>,.. It never lets go. JJ\
Netherlands ... .*: .. .. .. 52,069'Spain :.a"half J ,dozen hand painted plates. Mrs I die Him-Wallace F. Stovall, Tribune Observer Reed in his summary a. \ <
.. .. :\" .... .. U,957f: i Rocs won; tae' consolation prize, two I Tampa. the weather yesterday said: has I q N J '
.. .. .. .. ... ; Is the Editorial "The lake region depression :
England ,538.781 beautiful"rugs.' Dancing was a feature Page a Necessity?
Scotland .. .. {:.- .. .. ... 126,119!;(, until an.early hour and all present had -'Frank L.: Mayes, ,Journal, Pensacpla. moved, to ,the tact of :Maine increas-, }- :--I It N..1PP.1.1 101.1/1.11019a ; ,
Ireland .. i.. ....' .. .13,175( '; an 'enj able evening.. The Daily Newspaper in a.Smal rig in intensity; in consequence' : 'f ',
British Honduran: .. ,. ... 5,271" Town-H. H. McCreary, Sun, Gaines lowers and thunderstorms have Missouri con-! : F.SJeilen&Co'Handle f'i
llona'ura.' :' . ;: '. ... .. .. 760! If You Don't ville. ijiU'Bd' from Arkansas and j ,
Argentine .. .. ;...' .... ... 2,387J It Music. northeastward' and rain was falling MR. JULIAN WALKER,"BASSO. i r
Brazil! . .. .; ... .. .. .'.. 51,140 succeed the first time use. Herbineand Thursday May 31. af 7 a. m, in parts of New Englanaew '
Tennessee: another |
I 'you 'will get Instant relief. The \ York and ; He is accompanied by M't-s Mamie : Nothing '
Uruguay .. .. .. ..' 15,8301 9:30 a. m Unfinished business. = 'I
: greatest ,liver regulartor. A positive dIsturbance of similar type has appeared Maloney, of New!! Orleans, who is alsoa e t ,
Venezuela! .. ..: ... .. 900 General discussion on matters of has
FT. Africa .. .. 24,519 cure for Constipation;: Dyspepsia, Malaria interest to the association. over North Dakcta and artist of note. Pensacolians But | }
? .S Chills and all. liver complaints.Mr. caused light rains from Northern t'boiild' not fail to be at the opera I Yt -

$1,659099; Cof: Emory I Texas, writes: f Adjournment.It is supposed that the Montana eastward to Lake Superior; I house to-night, 'as the event will bea I I t THE VERY BEST $ I
'My w1f?'has been using Herbine for transporta Lhvre: have !been; local lowers in rare treat The New Orleans 4 i .
Lion companies will grant the usual in Nebraska and Texas. High pres6'1.re the following to I
herself and.chUdren for five'years. It I Times Democrat, has of I
courtesies to members-that is
is sure' cure for constipation and transportation and clear weather still prevailsover eay! about Mr. Walker who sang in ,
MUSIC AT THE SKATING' RINK which substantiated to and from' the place of Florida. Its cooler in the CGw. that city Monday night: MARRIE MALONEY. :
malaria fever, js. i
TONIGHT. WYERS FULL. BRASS meeting, including one lady I Everything.Clean >
member valley and the lower lake region, and "No action ever taken by the New
BAND by what it has done. for my family I of the editor's: family. Blanks! for warmer from Wyoming and :Montana Orleans -Choral Symphony Society the widest range from classic to ultra Y
Sold by, all druggists.SKATING this transportation wit be sent out in eastward: to the tipper lake region and has been more generally approved modern. In all of them Mr. j ----- .. .

1 1r' I. I a few days.'Persons long the Atlantic coast from North than the. second engagement of .Mr.! Walker drw the character with I 0 1
TRY BOSSO'S CREAM.:PHONE 1326. TONIGHT: TO 10:30.: connected with newspapers. Carolina! to Massachusetts, registering Julian Walker as soloist for th? Ios-1 strong, simple ana1' masterful lines heavy clipped White -
J 66,degrees at 7'a. m. at Boston: ing concert of the year. This and a number of the great successesof \: Oats. J
."Conditions art favorable for fair cert will take place to-night at xew.1 his former concert were repeated No. 2 White Corn, pure Bran* .
E mtB feather to continue over t'his vicXi-! comb Hall, but as an introduction to by special request, notably "Mother and Shorts, .
* rt w i lit; } t 'llju6 iii- Mn r rrnt'"'.... ity to-night and Frid'ay; with light it there, was last night a song recital o'Mine," by Touns; "Pirate Song," by" :T Chick Feed, consisting of 20 J .
southwest to west winds.EVIDENTLY Gilbert, and "Die Beiden Grenadiers, articles for the rapid and* r
by Schumann. Another of the repeated : healthy growth of the .
LI Pianos That Speak for Themselves II newly
< CURIOSITY. successes was Handel's "The 0 hatched. X
DID lord Worketh Wonders from' "Ju- Wheat and Mixed Feed forz
y Not only do all customers speak words of praise for them* but the pianos !i Leads to 'Investigation and Truth. das Maccabeus." i the hen. +
the that
w MOT NEED MONEY What shall we ia'3!': to be saved? was "Among attracted Condition Powders for horse,*
I themselves'f i most attention the
themselves talk for I was charming Z
. II I the title of one of Robt. Ingersoll's "in the cow and poultry. s
miteNights Jungle TigerTiger"
iEctures. People of faith and people i Conkey's Celebrated Poultry '
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t Talks I faith flocked 'to hear it Thousands and "Mother Seals Song," by Remedies, roupe, cure, cholera J
Their Tone Talks-Their Workmanship Two years two months and one day of no _
', i I "What shall I do the English composer and piano vir- and lice
f $ Ii is--a long'time to wait for a check for are asking touso, ''Dora cure gape cure killer. '
salary, but that is what occurred in to get rid of dandruff?" Th.3 answeris Bright."It If you live in town telephone \,
i I -their durability talks. Now, if('you will-do some talking-you who have Pensacola, and a former member of "Kill the germ that causa dandruff is not necessary to go.Into particulars i us. *.

!;; no pianos, but want one, and teil.ug what you ,want, we will be glad to I the!police force is the guilty man. H.J JCo' ,I falling hair! thing and finally that will bald do there was in praising about it the a concert remarkable, for.. If in neighboring, towns write : ,
: and the only. ttous. l'ii
: Cavart called at the office of Mayor ness; .
t}+ put it ,in your home for you. Easier l. to pay for than ta want. We have Bliss yesterday and stated that he.i it is N W'bro's Herp'.cide.! of the.That labora-is the standard tnity of of quality musical and distinction.a very" high :

!feS3 the Kranich & Bach, Lester, Pacard, Cassell, and .Clutter-all good- I had olice salary officer.due The him for chief'services executive as al;!err tory, latest and it discovery is the only preparation I

l'* ,, claims to, or that will, kill th.3 Drill Call. I Ii e'''
..-. none better. S fff't draw.looked There up the was matter found and a opened VOUcher a.;',.that pestiferous dandruff germ. It also is The members and those wishing to F. S. IYIELLEN & CO. i; !

'.. dated March'2, 1904, signed by T. E.!.a delightful hairdressing, free from'oil become members of the New Degree I f i. Phone 334.# d:l :
'114-116 S. Palafox St. & or grease ort 'sticky substances: Staff of Naomi Rebekah Lodge are requested i
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Oldest I Welles, ordering the payment;
and-.Largest mayor I
House PhenelS S* it and ,beconvinced of its actual to meet this, Friday evening,' .
Clutter f
a Mule House In Music I of, $8.35 to Cavart for services renjer.ed. I Pensacola, Fla.
florlda PENSACOLA merit For s!>5e by' W. A. D'.Alml': at the New Odd Fellows Hall for tf
: : Cavart will secure his money .
GEO. W.. C. CLUTTER, Tres. .. B. E. CLUTTER. Sea }-E his morning. He could have had it berie, druggfet and apothecary or| tice. prac-j. ,'
rat: in 'stamps to The HerpicideCa. ...14....++... .
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c will command th$ attention' of those( FdclTfn Fez Lines Legal Advertisements
'V interested in lumber and: the majnt Political Announcements .

J .lImja,$I.Jontnai facture of naval,'stores. As a matter .. AN ORDINANCE.

ot- fact'there Is a geat.dealof atte 4 :'.1': ;- : .,JU1Iu.fl J1rLrLrnnslrLrr. __ -tnrr n -- To Be Entitled "An Or 1" :-9

: __ 1 -.. ., Lion being pata'!: to:this issue; at the 'The National"Woman Suffrage society RATES.uu.u.u. \ For Justice Peace. \'District No.'2. Granting the Privilege to the Per>a.
: rwLr rjrwujj,- -- tr -jruin ( j- n wrrI present time. Governor Broward. : has receives now about $1,000 a'nonth The cola Gas Company, To Extend :,Lj
rates for announcements
teen making speeches at. various political Prolong a Spur Track Already' \' -.
for Its work. 0 I I hereby announce myself as a ,
to run
WEEKLY. SUNDAY. not exceeding 8 lines,
attack- 0 structed North '
In the statericjously on Tarragona sBetween
points the -office of Justice of .t,
Fine specimens of cotton fabrIcs'are till the .primary of May .15, are,as follows candidate for
ing the opposition lambasting the Peace District No. 2 subject to DeSoto and Cer\ the ,
often found
Peruvian tombs dating :
other undigni- :
state and using -
back to the time The Daily .... .510-00 the action of the primary
lied andY far-fetched argumsnts to divert ol the Incas. Journal. .... .. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE M-U I .
...BY..: The Weekly ... .... POO May 15th, and would R
to be Journal ; ..
the attention of the people from Many paupers have lived a fully ask the support of the respect-I AND THE CDTY COUNCIL. I L'
On th< ,other hand hundred old but there is not'a : These rates are strictly cash in advance PEXSACOLA
THE JOURNAL the main issue. h years able vote of the good citizens : .
: COMPANY. the opposition ,to the method of rais- single record of a millionaire attainingthat and no announcement will be sacola and Escambia county. I Section 1. That there is ho-. ..

-wr-- -wuwi- j ju uvr jrn jruwW1A11S W* ing money, with which to drain the age..' ,inserted! or run under any other con Very respectfully, i granted to the Pensacola Gas <'.- .

:Everglades na,- been fighting in the Theres iris risible\ ,in'a big mass of ditions. J. L. BELL.I pany its successors and assign- .

FRANK L. MAYES Prcsldtnt and Central. Manager. courts thus far, though there is a amber 'dredged up out of the Baltic sea privilege of extending and pto:'r :.

-_--- Jfl.uru-,----4.. l probability' that they will soon begina recently a small squirrel with claws, For the State Senate. hereby announce my candidacyfor : ing for a distance of Two Hun ,
: dignified and careful campaign of 1 1i Peace ,Feet ((200) southward the spur t .. \
of the
teeth and fur intact. the office of Justice
MEMBER John S., candidate for the
THE : Beard.
PRESS. discussion, setting forth the objectsof Escambia now used by the said Pensacola <: .-j
: ,- -__ r --- tb.s proposed constitutional amendment A pair of curtains made of cham- i nomination to the State Senate in thej. for the Second District of Democratic Company, situated on North ia a-

,and its ,effect upon the State pagne corks still covered with gilt paper Democratic primary called to be teld I County, subject to the gona Street, between DeSoto and : -.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. and:}! especially upon those who have associated:'with the brand is a curiosity May 15th, together with other !speakers Primary to be held May 15th, 1906.R vantes Streets.

3 Year.$5 00 One Month....... .......... 45 holdings within the drainage zone as ( owned:by 'a member of a popu. will address the people of Escambla --, L. NICHELSEN. Section 2, That the privilege .
Six Mouths............... 2 50 One Week................. 10 prescribed by th, board of drainage; lar New York: club.! county upon the political Issues I hereby anounce myself a candi-- constructing ana' maintaining :

Three, Months ..... ....... 1 25 'WeekJr 'Edition. 'per yea.r..$! OC( commissioners. The opposition to Chinese e engineers on Manchurian of the flay at the following date for tha office of Justice of the extension to said spur track is '?
. .. scheme are satisfied thatthe people times and places: subject to all the terms, condMrand -
railways get. $12 to1 in gold a
-- -- --- for No. 2 subject to
-- w the after Ferry Pass Saturday. time May Peace' ,
of :Florida will repudiate plan, day restrictions of an ordin. '
month, and Japanese engineers are the action of the Democratic Primary
The Only Pensacola Newspaper have had the opportunity of 5th. 19th
From Which a Detailed they passed July 1889, by which .>
} studying its merits and itu disadvan seeking positions on the Asiatic continent !- Millvlew, Thursday night, May 3.MeDavid May 15th. privilege to construct the orig n:a

Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. 'I tages. Far from attacking .th members at these prevailing wages. Frday; night, May 4. J. D. GOSS. spur track was granted to the Pons*

--- ---n t tWflfl S of the board of drainage com The largest.industry in Japan is tex Nix's Precinct, Tuesday night, May cola Gas Company.

: t- missioners and tie' governor, they tile, there being some 4.537 factories of 8th. I am a candidate for :Justice of the ,Section 3. That said extension! fo

1 Offices 108 and 110 East Papers on Sale en Trainsand propose to discuss the measure and various sizes engaged in this trade, the Beulah, Thursday night, May 10. Peace in the Democratic primary to said spur track shall be construe \

Government. Phone 38. I at all News Stands. not the men ana' to do so! in arguments majority being centered in and around pensacoa: (Ssville. Sqiare, ) Friday be held May 15th, 1906. District No accordance with the plat thefl- i

__ of the governor, only wherehe Osaka. These are mostly worked by night, May 11. I I 2 Dscambia County, Florida. Any annexed and made a part of this _
Ju.u.ul __ from
!UtflJlJV 1tL LL* assistance wjll Je apreciated ]
:::, J refers to the main issue and con- steam power.A Pine Barren, Saturday night, May dinance.
fines his to ,discussionof 12. the Democratic voters.
arguments a
Passed 1906.
April 25th
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY MORNING, MAY! 4. 1906 the merits of his plan. There is Jocular American once wrote,Rud- I GEO. J. SLOCU IB. I.I II Approved May 3, 1906.CIIAS. .
yard Kipling, "Hearing that you are
to be from that '
no "mud4nrowing" H. BLISS,
I tide of the controversy, but a dignified 'retailing literature at $1 a word, I In- 0 For the Legislature. I I For County Tax Assessor. I Attest: Major

The Quest of is a, compromise between the sea level 1 campaign against the scheme: close $1 for a sample." Mr. Kipling I am a candidate for member of thel I I will be a candidate for re-nomlna- C. E. MERRITT' Clerk

The Golden Goose. and the lock and dam canal across the as proposed. If the feovefrifw !persists 1 sent him the single word "Thanks"and lower house in the state legislature'I i tion to the office of County Tax Asses-, 1 hereby certify that the abme '

isthmus of .Panama. the two, plans now in attacking those who are opposed kept the dollar. from Escambla county in the Demo-;j i sor, in the Democratic Primary of May I a correct copy of an Ordina.; '>

In hunting for a business or occupa- under consideration, the new scheme to the ml'3sureand charging The city of Odense, where Hans cratic primary of May 15, and will aD-I 15. I respectfully ask your support I parsed by the City Council of Pop.; v

: tlon most people are really hunting I partaking somewhat of both. Tnebll that the press has been subsided: ,I Christian ,Andersen was born. April 2 predate the support of all Democrats.j W. W. RICHARDS.' cola, Fla.. at a meeting helci'j l

for'a goose that will lay golden eggs. iren bought etcr;; : that will be up to 1805, has purchased his borne for the CHAS. M. 5th, 1906.
calls for _a- sea level canal along the ,him. There will be no joining issues of Andersen For County Treasurer. C.E.. MERRITT.
purpose transforming it into an
The commonest aspiration is to so valleys of on such silly and worn-out 'contentions I am a candidate for representative -
the and Chagres rivers _
Obispo house ,in which may be pre- I will be a candidate in the demo- City Clerk Pensacola, P'aIn
devise In the lower house of -
construct the statelegislature
and a business enter as that. -
and from Miraflores ,to Panama,' served objects associated with Den- cratic primary of May 15 for re-nomi -
: subject to the of County Judge's Court Escam 'a
thai There b no telling how the jssue
prise it becomes almost automatic I nation the office of treasur-
to county
the central section being a"lock canal. is to be determined, but there are mark's best"known writer. the Democratic primary of May 15. County Florlda.-By the Cu:...:,"

-so that when the play-fever This would concentrate all the locks, good reasons for'believing that the The sword o? General Robert E. Lee and I, will appeclatethe fupport: of I er. The support of all democrats will Judge of said county: Whereas. .1? .T.

touches the blood one may "let go" in the central or Culebra, section.1 confidence of the opposition that they has been recovered from the ruins of all' democrats. be appreciated. Sullivan haI3I applied to this Court! 1 -
sit at one side, and watch for the The bill was referred to the commIt- will defeat the proposed amendment Laburnum. the,bome of Joseph Bryanof : J. E. LON r:. J. Letters of Administration on the H:>.
is justified. t Ta. which recently :P.ate of James McDonald otec-a'. t,
daily olden with a of Richmond was I
egg certainty tee on inter-oceanic: canals, of which : I hereby announce myself as a hereby announce myself a candi--ste! of the said County of Escamt. \,
burned. The sword the used
Another issue which will commandthe was one
its appearance. Senator Morgan Is the senior democratic candidate for the lower house of the date for the office of County Treasurer -These are, Therefore, to cite and .i-
attention of the next Lee when of the United
legislature by a captain
Every, business man has in his member. Florida legislature, subject to the action l subject to the action of the Democratic monish all and singular and the ",::i-
is the Buokman bill. with
Tta-Lake City States in'the Mexi
engineers war
tore or enterprise or venture a possible contingement and their friends are of the Democratic primary on I Primary. tired; and creditors of said dec" i-td.,
May 15th. GEO. T. MORGAN.I I THOS. F. WRIGHTON. to ba and appear before this Co: ,
golden goose-a present golden The New York Sun proposes that working with a view of seCuring an I co.In Beloit with the .
presenting college on or before the l&ti day of Jui-',
gosling. It rests with himself alone one "Kitty" be donated the San Fran amendment to the bill.doing go bya i Ellsworth collection! of aboriginal stone hereby announce myself a candi-l!(! I hereby announce myself a candi- A. D. 1906, and file objections, Ii ..: '
careful and well advise
whether he will raise the bird or not c1s o sufferers from every poker game setting forth the character! and campaign value, implements Frank G. Logan has madeIt date for representative in :he lower, date for the office of County Treasurer they have, to the granting latter u

-whether it will arrive at golden- played In the United States. Here'san 01 the buildings at Lake City and possible to keep In Wisconsin the house of the state legislature; subject -'' of Escambla county subject to the aforesaid otherwise the same Wjl i .1'>

goosehood or perish from neglect and exceptional opportunity for some comparing them with what Gainesville most valuable group of its kind in the ,to the action of the Democratic' action of the Democratic primary ot granted as prayed' Witness >my nani
primary of May May 15, and respectfully solicit the as County Judge'of the County aforesaid .
ignorance. fiend to yell "Taint" is likely to have when the next world. The collection contains 1,000of 15.M.
legislature meets. Ths plan of Lake the heavier stone Implements and OJ BAGGETT. support of all voters. this 3rd day of May 1906.
require much attention
City is not known to the politicians, weapons of the North American In JOHN G. WELSH.
much care-and they must (be fed, If \It is said that Kln'g Alfonso will decline with the exception of the few who dians. I am a candidate ror member of the County: Judg

: you would have them grow to goose- all wedding presents. :'As yet :. are in the confidence of the committte Liquor drinking is one of the resultsof House of Representatives from Eso i' For County Commissioner Dist. No 1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, a! ion '

. hood; and their natural diet is-advertising we haven't heard of any being offered which has the matter in hand. European penetration into Morocco.' cambia county subject to the Democratic The friends of C. F. Zeek announce the 1st day of June, A. D., 1906, ,Ii"-
Primary. I earnestly solicit
But they are waging a careful cam- him as a candidate for commissioner plication will be made by Benjam '1.
the The for, still county -
and it is therefore possible that taste strong drink though the support of the voters of the coun ,
and in Dotson I. H. Aiken Bryan Dun\u
paign some counties have from District No. I
No 'golden goose was ever raised to i foxy king is running a bluff. elicited sympathy and support. Indulged comparatively in secret, is ty.JERRY J. SULLIVAN, JR. the action of the Democratic, subjectto primary and 11. Baars, to the Governor of ti i-

a "working age" if the food was stint It begins to look like in a fight on steadily Increasing the practice sprea.ding of May 15. State of Florida, for a charter taco
ed, or denied or adulterated or substi--.H J *** mH m l this question to command the atten- from force of example among the: To the ''Democratic Voters of Escain- pcrating them under the style of Dr,',

tuted. I tion of that body, there is littfe dan- :Moors themselves as a result of the bia County: I hereby announce my candidacy son & Company,'under a charter 1"r

1 VOX POPULI ger of any legislation unfavorable to strenuous efforts of foreigners to in- At tile request of many friends'II for County Commissioner from District which application has been filed ,i-

The merchant who "knows things"1IaaUslled i 1FATHER the timber and naval stores interests culcate this rice I from the country and from the city I' No.1, subject to the action! of required by law, a copy of which i-;

to invest silver in food for 1f : being attempted. Nine one-armed men business men hereby announce my candidacy ior the primay of May 15th. as follows:

:the: gosling-(}because, after many days of Lock Haven Pa., gathered at a ban Representative! in the legislature at J. B. ROBERTS.For We. BENJAMIN DOTSON, BRYAN
the session 1907, subject to the actionof
the silver will return in golden eggs. \ SHERMAN'S quet the other evening. After dinner DUNWODY. I. H. AIKEN and HBAHRIS
I the ,Democratic primary, May 15th, '
Sunny Side '! 'do make
of Life hereby
sat back with their application -
Such Investment may require a lit- "MARCH TO THE SEA." they cigars and.re- 1906 and I earnestly solicit the tmp- _County Commissioner Dist. No. 3. for letters m-

tle faith-but more common sense. ..----- _. lated In turn. how they, came to,lose.. nort of the Democracy of Escambia .T }.1-... ,,.. .... n.. A_, __ ___.....__ _______.:__ .._ __ _uV111vnuUJlo _patent____,_._ ,_
u Is your business enterprise progressIng Editor 'Pensacola journal: their arms. Railroads were responsible -I county) :; re-election to the office of county commissioner accordance with the laws of the State
Your editorial in this for three, the thrashing machine I favor liberal pensions for Confederate i
toward golden goosthood from District No. 3, subjectto of Florida, under the following char
: Journal, (May..3rd, regarding the pro- for three, guri accidents two and war -soldiers and their widows. : the action of the Democratic Pri-j ter: ,
march of Sherman : c.J Uriiform school terms, giving the -
loOsed VFather. one. 0 mary of May 15. 1. The name of the corporation is
Father Sherman's "March: to theSea. through Georgia guarded by United While the majority; of the wells Jn country public schools the same I J, M. ANDREWS.I DOTSON & COMPANY: and its pr.n-

." has been called off by the president States troops, in uniform," and presumably '4O'U Vermont are .under fifty feet In depth length term as the city schools.A cipal place of business is the City of

-at least that part of it which Included armed for war stirs the s there are som-e'whIch go "way down" uniform school book law, and hereby announce ,my candidacyfor i Pensacola, Escambla County, State of
blood! i In my old veins to fever heat for their supplies. The deepest Is on free books for the pupils of all public county commissioner from District -; Florida. .
participation United States
by and makes me' feel lika again answering M ((I J'O the estate of Dr. W. Seward Webb ,at schools.: I No.2, subject to the action of 2. The general nature of the business
troops-an act that will be commended "roll call" on the battle field. An efficient law for the equalization!
jr the of .
Shelburne. This well is 1,400 feet deep.A primary May 15th. to be transacted by the said corporation
by north; and south alike. There I cannot t; believe that such an out- 1,225 {oot. ,!ell was driven for H., of taxes. JOHN A. MERRITT.I is the carrying on, at Pensa
rage upon the people of Georgia and : Good roads specially.
can be no objection to Father Sherman W. Putnam of Bennington. There area cola and elsewhere In the State or
the South, is seriously contemplatedty Yours respectfully
making a pilgrimage over the the government. That Father number at ;wells over 200 feet in M. JACOBY. hereby announce my candidacy for Florida, of the business of machine
) re-election to the office of county commissioner shops, foundries boiler bm-
route taken by Sherman's army if he Sherman may wish to visit the land depth In the state. _, ,
.. from District No. 2, subject ing and selling goods, wares and me-
his father General Tecumseh Sherman One of the best known houses in
so desires, but for a government force For Tax Collector. I to the action of the iDemocratic pri chandise of every kind and desci,);
,devastated by fire and sword designed I
Northamptonshire, England, was -
to beaparty to it is carrying the mary. .
matter icay. ba natural with him as doubt. i'f to represent the days, weeks I.hereoy announce myself a candi- tion whatsoever, and" to own and opp-

entirely too far. less it is, being his father's son, ,but ; and quarters of the year. It had four date for re-election to the office of W. J. S} roOTT. ate mills, boats, barges and other vf-'
that the powers at Washington Tax Collector for Escambla county sels, and to do all other acts aii
should detail soldiers, paid, fed and ( wings facing the four quarters of the 4':the primary to be held on May 15, For County Commissioner Dist No. 2. things usual or customary or convenient

Attorney Jerome'sLightning clothed by general taxation, to need i heavens to represent the four quartersof 1906. I solicit your vote I hereby announce my candidacy for the successful operation of
I tT3as. the year, 865 windows, one for each
lessly.; Insult the tax payer after forty ,Respectfully for county commissioner from District such business.
Change Act. years struggling for peace and brotherly day; fifty-two chimney,
kindness is a hard blow, a foul Aaothec "..leap., week and seven entrances, to repre- Democratic primary of May 15. Four Thousand Dollars 1(400000)( ) )

Attorney ,Jerome's lightning change blow and will give the people of the Tired Tlzaetby-I wlabt| Ited la P1oiI. sent the seven'days of the week. the solicitation of friends, I here- A. C. BLOUNT, JR.I be divided into forty (40) shares of

;I from- ..prosecutor to that of defender of ,South 'but little respect for a government day Ton tiMiid Just' lay under da treeaali' Of all the sIgnatures that come to by announce -myself a candidate for the par value of One Hundred Do-

i the insurance officials who are guilty which violates the c'ecenciee' Rust eat'oranges. ( the capitol attached to official documents the office of Tax Collector subject .to hereby announce my candidacy Jars (100.00 each, all of which I* '"i
under a ruling of the court, of larceny 01 life to-day as it violated its written pick fern) Reginald-Tea ode. ".ees. don't; yer yer? bt tcr none covers more than that of the action of the Democratic Primary for County Commissioner from District be paid for immediately upon the organization -

is something of a surprise, to pledges in 1860.If Charles J. Bonaparte, secretary of the May 15. 1906. No.3. subject to the action of of the corporation In v...
it must !be so, however, and the J. navy. Mr. Bonaparte's signature is NEILS McKENZIE OERTING. the Democratic Primary of May 15. sonal property. at a Valuation to b.?
those who have all along looked
-, uponJIr. grand march proceeds, let the aged L about five inches long and the great- W. A. SHELBY. fixed as required by law.
Jerome as the. acme o'f honesty mothers and little children point out 4. The term for which the said r' '
est height of letters is over an inch. It For County Commissioner Dist.
and consistency. The idol has fallen, to this Reverend Father, the places Ad I makes the famously big signature of The Journal Printed No.4. poration shall exist is the period o'
where_ stood their happy homes Ihefeby nouncemii 1f-acandt. ninety-nine ((99)) years.
and, great was the fall thereof. Discussing -
John Hancock attacbed to the Decla-
barns, gin houses churches, schoolhouses During April, 1906, ate for re-election as county commissioner 5. The business the corpora-
the attitude of Mr. Jerome the ruthlessly burned and wrecked ration of Independence look like a from District No, 4, subject tion is to be conducted by a PTP- .

Jacksonville Times-Union has the fol. by his father v/hllst husband and 'th 17 17F1 pygmy. a Total of j to the action of the Democratic dent, a Vice President and a Sc- -

lowing to say: sons were fighting and suffering at ,t Mr. Cannonnot long ago received 'a Primary of May 15.J.. tary and Treasurer, and a Board n!

''During his campaign for election to the front. Perhaps some olo! man 1 letter from a prominent Washington 49,500 A. WIGGINS. four (n) Directors, 'to' be elected 'I'

office Mr. Jerome made much capital may yet remain along his route who hostess, who asked him to compel th--.- -PPlnlliio 0 ,,nn..,,,,1 4 wiAAtTt Ifl.L.U.O.... ut-1 .r-'
COPIESor didate for county commissioner
nsurance offenders if he should find soldiers 'Whipped them or hanged official biography, which appears annually .from Tuesday after the first Monday 1

'{here was any law under which they them till Insensible because they refused In the Congressional Directory, an Average of District Democratic No. 4, subject to the action of July of each year. Until the''fir't
Primary May 15.
'auld be convicted. He was elected to give up treasures which it : whether or not they were married. H. election, the officers who are to POD-
*)ecause It was believed he would pros- was claimed they had burled.P003.tbly This hostess complained that she bad CLOPTON.The duct the business of the corpora i

'Vu.te. Now he Is found practically i the children of a lady been entertaining certain young states. 5,980 of shall be. Benjamin Dotson. Presid -',
frieani: W P.
Ga., also be in evi Brownson
near Sparta may, ,
Standing for the defense. men under the impression that- ''they herebv announce him as I. H. Aiken, Vice President, and I P r
dence.. Frightened by the flames of a candidate
The ,court of which the grand Jury her burning dwelling, shi sought shelter -I II were unwed in their home cities. She DAILY I for the office of County Commission an Dunwody Secretary and Trotrer i -
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which should have Investigated was a in the top of a fallen tree and thought Mr. Cannon ought to be held er from District No. 4, subect to the which three persons together *"
part held that the giving by an insure The following fi'gures show The Pen i H. Baars shall constitute the Bo ri I'
for action of the Democratic
there gave birth to twin children.Ah i responsible such Impostors, and Primary ofMay ]
ance company to a campaign fund of sacola Journal's circulation for eacn; 15th 1906. Directors.
me, :why write of the individual ./ she suggested the remedy. '
an Insurance official the month of April, 190G, 6. The highest ,
money belonging to day dnring amount of lnd!i' 1-
-constituted larceny. It was not outrages when a section of Georgia's The They Fire It... One effect of the election of NorwayInto with the number of copies ness ".
fair face from Atlanta to the average For County Commissioner Dist. No 5. or liability to which th? cor,
the business of Mr. Jerome to feo higher Customer (In book. store)-Have.you a an Independent kingdom hag beento daily: ation can at any time subject if- : ''
sea and 30 milas wide bad Sherman'sbrand I hereby announce
for' He would not Chaucer? foster nationalist feeling in many 1 16 ... my candidacy for
an opinion. have April 6,200 April Twenty Thousantf Dollars (f20o<> 0
of war, "Hell. written in yew Clerk-Never chewed In. life. re-election to the offlca of county colr..1 .
done so if he had not been a respecter blood and desolation. Let'\iim come my unexpected directions. Just now'Ibsen April 2, .o. April 17, 5,900 mission from District No. 5 7. The names and residences o' "
of He insists withhold. and Bjornson are being taken totask: 3 18 5,900 subjectto subscribers the *
persons. on and chuckle if he may over tha his. April 5,850 'April the action of the Democratic and amount of -
ing from the grand jury the evidence tory his ,father made, but deeper severely for having their works pub- April 4, 5,900 'April 19, 5,900 I of May 15, Primary '. subscribed for by each ara as folio.

until after tae appellate court has down in the hearts of the sons and .! lished by a Danish Instead of a Norwegian April 5, 5,950 April 20, 5,900 *'J. R. STEWARD. 'I.' Benjamin Dotson, Pensacola, F',- ,

passed on the question. He will not
move against these wealthy and in. people,of the.north, will grow a feel- perpetuating the spelling of many April 7, 6,000 April 22, 6,250 Board PubJIc' Instruction. H. Aiken, Pensacola, Floivu '

fluential men until he is scourged to Ing of. shame that such a man led the words In the Danish rather than the April 8, 6,600 April 23. ..... I share.

Us,task like a slave. When such a armies of the north, in their "March Norwegian fashion. In the first w eY April 9. ... April 24, 5,800 I hereby announce myself a candidate Bryan Dunwody, Pensacola Fio ',

man 'is driven will he really prosecuteor .Through Georgia." of his reign King Haakon was pater7 April 10, 5,900 'April 25, 5,900 for member of the school board j 1 share.

defend? R. M. GRAY. nally rebuked by Bjornson himself for April 11, 5,900 April' 26, 5,900 from ,District No. 3,. subject to the H. Baars, Pensacola Florida 1

And-this is the same man who hasbent April 12, 5,900 April 27, 5,900 tion of the Democratic primary ac.j I share.
making use of Danish Idioms. __ ,,,,. '
effort to have Patrick AIl 1., c: 01/\ .A a ftll"JI' \ IS (SlmpdR.. TYYTtsnv_:..
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on testimony of a witness April 14, 5,900 April 29, 6,200 W., B HUBBARD. ',-
who, had sworn to two other storiesbefore office as a cabinet officer than any other : April 15, 6,250 April 30 '. ... \ I (SignedBRYAN DUNWf
he gave the evidence under NEXT FLORIDA member of ,a president's official. Total for the month.., .. 149,500 I will be a. candidate for member (Signed) H. BAARS:

which Patrick was convicted all three I LEGISLATURE. family since the daysof Albert Galla- ship in the Board of Public Instruction Personally before the unde,. -

stories conflicting. This is the man *' tin. Mr. Wilson was appointed secretary Average per day. .. .. 5,980 from District No.1, in the primary apeared, Benjamin Dotson, I q
i Industrial Record. of Aiken, Bryan Dunwody and H. P
who ,attempted to convict Nan 'Patter agriculture by President McKinley -'
son though witnesses who saw the 'ifH"HHH .x. March 5, 1897, and has served i' hereby- certify that the above election.WMl E. ANDERSON.. known to me to be th, in-;.* :'

tragedy said that Caesar Young killed continuously ever since. Al! ert Galla*. statement is correct according to the described. and acknowledged the'
to be their anithe ;
going signatures
himself. ; 'tfl' ::"U cVt tin was appointed secretary of the records. on file in this office. I will be a candidate for member :
So far asthe timber and naval foregoing is their act an'I
What a travesty on Justice I, How treasury by President Jefferson 'in ship in the Board of Public Instruction > [J
stores interests. are concerned there for the uses and purposes 'c'
small [mow looks the man who, inflat4 appears td ,-be but one issue which 1801, served through both of his administrations i from District No. 2, in the primary stated.

-e t by his professions of Spartan vir- will call for the attention of these!:! through the first of.Mad-I ," .. election., IN WITNESS WHEREOF. 1 .'
tue was so lately large enough to 'be (ison's and until -- It G. DeSILVA. hereunto set hand :
kindred interests when the legislature to April 17 1818, of-hi Ilgr. Circu1a my and affivofficial
k Lady, cut you* ( me s little cuo- .
: ejected office without
to a party nomination -meets next year. Bner second. Gallatin was foreign born aa seal, this 25th day of Ap; \

Gov.,. ."Broward's drainage scheme "Per the land's cake You v don't drink. was Secretary: Wilson, the former' ,a. Sworn to and subscribed before I :will be a candidate for member. D., 1906.
gasoline do ?", v me ship inlhe Board of Public Instruction E. R. BURGOYN: :
and the method by which the governor you $ native of Switzerland and the latter'of this- i
$enator Morgan, of Alabama, has ,and' his cabinet propose to levy : "No, lady. I want; ter'clean. me gloves Scotland. / 0 '2d llay of May, 1906. from District No.. 3, in the primary (Notary's Seal) Notary V ;' I'

.i introduced, a bill 'In congress which taxes 'will be the one issue which .I WLt1tN._ S PERRY. DICKEN election:0 0 My Commmission expires Octot190S. >. ; :,
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suffering and
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i (t : only remedy which relieves women of the great U: .

i!2 Tarry *S5 Women: and Society Here and Elsewhere I 1 pain and danger of maternity; this hour which is dreaded as woman's d V:: .. !; .

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#tf By E. NELLIE BECK. ,Telephone; 669. j SI gloomy; nervousness, nausea and other distressing conditions are J.: V
Lunco8I overcome the is ?
tl m: w n3C 5 g:smassxas jcav jctxMrs. accidents, system made ready for the coming event, and tho :V {:':,;'."
serious $common to the critical .
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nour are obviated by the use of Mother's j g ,. V : .,"
Bigland and few maid weeks of in England Mrs., SHAKESPEARE IN COMIC OPERA. I I Horrible{ ,Experience of an American Friend. "It is worth its weight! in gold," V ,R J--I)V : !
spending :
arf summer cottage theta The latest In Cflserved bybtiyiii ,says many who have used it. $t.OC per !VUUI : .
/uid-rson's on things operas in London<< town those days ? Citizen Who Has Just bottle at drug stores. Book V ; :
>shore. Are playful little parodies on :Mr. Shakespeare's lays. I containing J J.' ';
1 hey put on Hamlet( ," with a ghost, who does a song and dance, I our cold boiled I Reached El Paso. valuable information of interest to all women, will !4 r :

Pr--siding Elder B. S. Glenn Ist.olcl1ng And springs a moldy gag or two, while. all the. chorus chants; ham, It is the I t 1 I be sent to any address free upon application to f rl d c n
a protracted meeting in At. And Hamlet, on beholding him, hits up a lively clog, .T' best I BRABF1ELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. 6a. \t '
snore, Ala. And says: "Is that you, .father, dear or just a London fog?" El Paso, Tex., -Declaring that 12 ;: rt
SM5s of hams, well boiled years in a Mexican prison have made _: t \,l i',t
Anderson is at th Merchants "'hen.old, King Lear goes maundering across the canvas lea, II him a wreck-and he certainly looks V
lot'i with her sister Mrs. Kryger. His graceless daughter winks and says: "Now, don't you Lear at me!" V with the_ bone taken 4t John Humphries, formerly of Cor-I eaeaaaaaaa eaeaa: j t

Capt. and :Mrs.: Kryger are spending a And Kent, exclaims, when, through the storm, he hears his monarch shout: sicana.Tex. has applied to the county -I N m .; ;,
few days in New Orleans. "It's pretty windy, ain't it, King to take those :whiskers out?" out and the skin and I : here for permission to go to the :i ,rA

+ And when his subjects hail the King, the old- man says, complaining, ,tospltal. A wreck when most men AMERICAN $ j r }

Mz Christina Kelly left Tuesday Away with you! How dare ;you knave, to hail! when I am reigning?" fat taken off lire in their prlme-35 he has been Nwtu ,. :,
/ i taken in charge by tfcs officials. ,'1\ "
w1ii ht'r aunt and uncle I Mr. and< Mrs. >
D r;. Ketley of .Louisville, Ky., to When dark Othello from the wars .comes double-shuffling back, While he was engineer of a plantin m ..,;.JfU ., ,-
Ifcgo says Tm scared >of Wm because he looks so black," Torreon, Mex., four men were ) >
Mobile[ and i! New Orleans for
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And Desdemona's stifled while that vilian! SllceVit : killed electric ; 1VV IJL
6e\>ral days. : calmly smokes, We Oflc by an light wire. He nJ gV LADY m 'si-.t
Remarking > the while claims that
phm sophically, : "I hope she chokes! because there was more :

And when Othello stabs himself, lago, with a roar, for. UUlb.I current on the wire than the law allowed .::.'" fU '. i. '"
Reader of Mauch Chunk Pa., .. -
Miss Shouts out: "There's always where I he to 12 4 >:
leaves to-day for home after spendinga room ;you are bound1 for just one Moor! was condemned years'solitary m N '
confinementDuring : :r,
few days with Pensacola friends eu When Caesar gets the gleaming knives, he's circled by bunch all those Humphries fi1 '
a years m J."
route from Texas where eh.e spentthe Of show girls, while lean Cassius mourns 'Twas too much Roman punch!" claims that he did not have a bed to w1'11' CORSETS t m I.'YC I

winter. Macbeth bel lds the aged crones dance 'round their bubbling pitch, / I I II sleep on and, that he saw real sun
4 And asks them, with of but when N r N ...., .
a grin glee: Now, tell me w'ioh--b witch? ROSENAU light once the jail was Ih" \1J !
of the Gadsden '
T. : Rogers
Rev. They're turning crowds away, they say; and down by Avon's wave, moved. He asserts that; he did not ;
3!. the E. church Palafor Rev.church W. Q.Mr.Vreelandof Frank It's said, the lard is turning, too-he's turning in hb! grave!" The Fancy Grocers, Epeak to an, American during the entire 1] & Dashingly Stylish. % JJ r tFA t)
-By James J. Montague' In Atlanta Georgian. period he was afenied books and :
lAwson and Mr. Kendrick have all l\\\ \'.:':
Phone 391 reading matter from
Pensacola. and only kept cti >
returned from the district conference going mad by devising a game with Perfect Fitting '
held in Atmore, Ala., where the presiding Hundreds of gem-circled ancestral .. cigarettes and matches that be played I N : Jr:t4::
elder is still holding a successful miniatures were displayed on fair CLOSE OF SCHOOLAT in his small cell. 11COflSE1 V L fU }: :..
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meeting. breasts and on others not quite so Mexican tortillas and beans were :

fair.-'Washington Correspondent to MYRTLE GROVEFINE Tetley'sTetley's his sole subsistence, he says, and he
The death of air. Winn W. Ashleyf Times-Democrat only got one .bottle of water a day, A Shape for Every Figure & VV

the Gainesville Sun fe particularly :Tea and declares he was famished almostall
fad1 on account of the mutual love ; ** rru
the tane.'When
and devotion that bound"''him. and his Get Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla PROGRAM RENDERED ,:) "_ ....'.
AMDt he released from
was jail
:ister; Mrs. Smith so closely together and. you'll know why they have so t Tea is too two: weeks ago he had to crawl from 'A .
that the shock of her suden loss many friends. PICNIC DINNER' SERVED ON

{.rostrated heartfelt her. The bereaved of all sister who SCHOOL GROUNDS. fine ta, be spoiled in V gate his cell ana'!and released was carried without to any the clothes prison I m We are: sole agents in Pensacola forthis J r t ttu

las the sympathy FIRE AND WATER TETS the making. except a pair of overalls of the cheapest

Itnow he r. + WILL BE MADE' TOY: pattern. .While all the time he magnificent line and they represent j f .l-:
Special to The Journal. Follow the directions 'Was in prison he says, he was with- ;;
Capt James :L. Scholls left Tues Myrtle Grove, May 3. Miss Annie out clothing most of the time, as the good feature known in reliable Nand ::
day night for Washington, D. C., The much discussed fire tests, show- 'prison officials refused to furnish him Sj every J {: C
of Minette, prinicpal :
Byrne, Bay as
'where he will be the guest of. ex-Sen ing the water pressure on side streets I anything to wear. ,
ator OfBrien. lOaptain Scholia will I and Miss Mary Spare as assistant,closed $ stylish Corsets guaranteed /r:
and in the suburban districts will be!I Officials here are going to interestthe fO \
term of school at ,
also visit" New York and his old homein a very successful .J; 1
made today. The first test will be American in his lit *
government case. ffl;
Richmond Va., 'Where he .will bs Myrtle Grove with a very fine pre'sram rustproof ,
made at 3:3 o'clock this afternoonand I ;
in th:
the guest of relatives.qj: I after which a picnic dinner was seryed -; w :
the others thereafter fast as w
I in the grove on the school grounds.The J I EL Paste For the Nails.

rrs.. !Angus Ray aad1 daughter Edra possible.all nozzles A, in.guage order will that be the placed highestand on floral decorations were very fine To remove white spots from the m If they rust, return them and get a mi Jf;
the ladies of Myrtle Grove seeming to
of Sanford N. C., and Mr. and lowest pressure may be properly I : nails make a paste of equal partsof
(Mrs. Hugh Ray of Auburn, Fla., left vie with each other as to who could pair
ascertained. m new fU
:yesterday for home after a brief visitto bring the most and prettiest flowers. I Special to'" .The Journal. : turpentine and myrrh. Spreadon {ft L

their cousin Mrs. B. S. Williamsand Mingled with the flowers were tinyU. I Olive, May3:; ;:-Mrs. Ed Williams the nails at night, binding on a

family, corner Sixteenth street S. flags and school mottoes, pro- i Is quite ''Wewish- : her an early: cloth' to prevent its soiling the

and Twelfth avenue. A Fear. ducing a very pleasing effect 'i recovery.v clothes. Remove in the morning by j
-+- "So think that this concentration The program was excellent in every I A family fisB'fry was given at the
you oil.Gluten.
The Daughters of the King will of wealth is the inevitable out- respect, all of thbs'e taking part striving -I river near Petty Pass Tuesday last applying olive I ifi WATSON PARKER & REESE GO ffl
cieet this afternoon in the choir room to do the r' very best to make a f and was enjoyed; by all who .attended. ,
of Christ Church at 5 o'clock. A growth of our civilization? success of the entertainment, and that !. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. J. Muffins.

large attendance Is requested.Mrs. "I do," answered Mr. Thinker. they successed was evidenced by the Harper, -Mrs D. M. Merritt, Mr. Sift together, two cupfuls of gluten I m} Successors to Green & Watson. rJ. v V'{: J ; .

"And you must admit that the ultimate applause they received from the large I. and Mrs. J. H- .Davis and son, Fay, flour and two teaspoonfuls of w
-Donald McLean is treasuringas result; of such! a condition and appreciative audience present to Mr. and V Mrs. Will'Rutherford and baking-powder. Add one !I 33 and 35 South Palafox Street. $i4'1'7) ,
hear and see what the little ones had: Alice, Robert and Tom. pure egg
souvenir the long white glove three children,
I would the '
to'put.all .
under well .beaten and mixed with two .
.money i
learned! in the term of school aaaaaa2a2aaa V l <
hand, almost Into aaaaaaaaaaaa
of the right torn the control of individual?"' just They report \ fine Um. : { ,
ribbons by the hearty pressure of 200 one closed. Miss Mfcggie "Owsley was the guestof cupfuls of.qrilIq Beat thoroughly I '. ; '
hands the night of the reception! at "Yes. "The'din'ner was par excellence. The Miss Ldzie Merriit Wednesday. pour into'hot gem trfis and bake in f:, '

the New Willani She wore an entrancing "Well, it seems terrible to think ladles of :Myrtle Grove do not have to night .last. "," a quick oven. -'h 4 :; '
gown of ros olored moire of. take a back seat when it comes to Mr. Joseph McKinnon :was the guestof 'V' ;

with a corsage cluster of great growing "What does r getting up an affair of that kh.]. Mrs. Monrde and family Wednes- Spots on Matting. No More TimeWasteti : ;
orchids of exactly the same Everything to tempt the appetite waS day evening last. ., .. '
ihade. Her pretty little daughter in "The possibility of some billion there in profusion and fit for a king.- Mrs. R. R. Smith. is suffering with i. Grease .!Spots on matting may be In the baItershop waiting your turn "next": if you have a Gil- f : VP

her teens was in a matronly cos- aire getting out of temper some day The crowd numbered nearly 150, and der eyes. removed if ,the grease is covered lete afety Razor. _Double edged still sprin-g blades. Let us :: f t

fume of black pailletted net The and making up his mind to dis. they was plenty for all and if any one Mrs./?. Jerrfganand daughter, Jennie -' with French..chalk and then sprin- show you one \ HH ". V

!most distinguished toilette was that charge the entire human race."- went away hungry it was not the fault made "a fl fll'g'lrip :'to Pensacolaone kled with benzine. After the ben- '- t 'l V

of the State regent of Virginia, a Judge.'r of their generous entertainers. day this week.Mr. zine has evaporated brush off the Coe's Bookstore.i i :: V
robe of cloth of gold, veiled almost A After dinner the small! fry formed a and Mr& John Taylor, of Es-
imperceptibly with white gause encrusted ring and played some of the old fashioned cambia, were the guests;: of their parents chalkf: and the spot will have dis Phone 235. 213 South Pilafox Stre.t. Pinsacola : \ .

heavily with gold applique. I TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. .PHONE 1326. games with a vim and a rush near 01iv"Saturday and Sunday appeared. j I -. ... ... -. rat.,. 1.1?:.,.::" : "
that made us old folks almost wish. last. 'V \
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we were children again. "The ladies of our town are busy \ Relief for Gumboils. i I --- :: "it! -

The Journal's Fashion Feature. V bonnets. When suffering with a gumboil .
I Daily making picnic ;i I : V
Stop. Grumblingif -- try the insid soft part of a fig !?),
you suffer from Rheumatism or V, I I MUSCOGE1. I V "\. .V .
and dusted with
pains, for Ballard's Snow Liniment A Dainty Dessert. slightly toasted' cayenne i '

will bring quick relief. It Is a sure A dainty way of preparing orangesis pepper. The remedy is as badas j

cure for Sprains, Rheumatism, Contracted to cut off the Jop of each orange the disease ior a very few minutes I I HONEY :F:
The Journal.!
Special to
Muscles and all but relief
pains-and soon comes.
and out'all the Cut the
within the reach of all. Price 25c scoop pulp. Muscogee, May 3.-Rsv. B. Smith, '--
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50c $1.00. C. R. Smith% Tenaha, Tex. edge of the pee jn points; then mix To .Remove Oil. Presbyterian pastor at Brewton, Ala. i 4ot. .. .'.
writes: "I have 'used Ballard's Snow the pulp with sugar and shredded held services here several nights this .
If flour is oil 7
I Liniment in my family for years and cocoanut, add a teaspoonful of sher- immediately put on ve.9k.iMr. ..4' ;:
) where'wanted in few Scott M. Loftin, of Pensacola,
a .'
have spilled !
found it a fine for all ? f'- '
I remedy or creme de menthe to each :
pains aches. ry por- hours if sufficient flour has been (.tlivered an eloquent adrress at the in
and I recommend it the
tion and fill the skins with the mix- Muscogee Hall last
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for pains In th hest Sold by all used, there' wjll' be no trace of it -
druggists. ture, piling'a'little cocoanut on top iu memory of the 87th anniversary, V .
: V of each one. Serve "sprig of except in the oiT soaked flour! which cf th.? I. 0. 0. F. A large crowd was +,-I'! ,
V burns well. Delicious refreshments '
g/ present. were
1 dark green leav oneach,. plate. served. : Comb.Zlbsfor
.. j John S. Beard, of Pensacola, delivered V

j Mayor Bliss will receive a carload Oiling Floors. V .... ..' ... ... .": ... ..... ............ ....... ........ ....... I I'F a political address at tha Musco V
of cabbage palm trees from the east In oiling floors use a woolen cloth gee Hall'one night last week. Mr. ,
: boast in a few days. He will. have Ed. Williams, Thos. F. Wrighton, M. 'Jf ,
rather than a brush. If the oil i isJiorpughly
a few to dispose of. If ;you want Jacoby, N. tCI{. Oerting, J. M. Andrews .
some palms gee him. rubbed in with the cloth oOdHCure and W. A. Shelby also made I .
'- .he result will be much more satis- short addresses to the citizens.Mr. .1
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r5 I : ".,:. ..- MUSIC AT THE SKATING RINK factory than when, put on with a W. R. Vaughn was in Mobil? :
'" TONIGHT. WYERS business several last week. '.' '
FULL on days
BRASS brush.. The same is true in staining : i
< : : 'in the body what i# VV
i BAND. Put Mr. Walter Vaughn, of Mobile accompanied -
I ._ floors and in this the stain I '
}\.<:> case NATURE NEEDS his father to Muscogee. :
: :.. _fJ.. SKATING- TONIGHT 8 TO 10:30. should be_ rubbed info the wood'with.one V : :Miss Sallie McKinnon, of McKin-I' 25 cents. ij

; # .:;: cloth and .then rubbed off Find that in nonville, Fla., 'Visited her brotherMr. .' } ; ,

.9 .. TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1325. with another. Alex McKinnon, several days last ." '
I "' t
'! week. .
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V.;.J.;!>: Cleaning Copper. GRAPENUTSHOW (Miss Viola WateiEv of Gateswood, I,. {.
V Ala., visited relatives and friends ; \ ,
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To clean a kettle scour .
copper TO BUILD A BODY. here this wek. '"

.-: the kettle with a cut lemon dippedin The dance at the Muscoges\ Hall, This is some of the l > .
.. bath brick to remove the stains One of the most Important disco'verles l lest Thursday night was largely attended \. : V
Ee LODGE and then wash in of late is the application of the and a, pleasant evening was finest clearest
warm, soapy wa rtJbuild the lost honey { :
to ,
E' right kind 'of-food spent by all pre.ent.The ( ,
,ter. Polish with dry,powdered bath thrown off by
of the body
'TV. substances many friends of Irena Tomp- I
\____,__ .-. s ,.o. :: 'brick and a soft cloth. A paste the active, nervous work of Ameri Jdns are very glad to know she underwent -: we have ever seen. ': ;

BANQUETSWe made of powdered "bath brick and cans. the operation on her eyes successfully V : ;' 'II
i oil may be used instead of the lem- Careful Investigation by experts in in Atlanta. It will be delicious .. t
; : food and diatetics, has brought out the Miss Ethel Hodges, of Pnsacola, r
: if ; ,
.: on preferred. :
? ; \' : V fact that albumen, which is containedin is visiting Mrs. 'Gale Bonifay this N served with your {';
rI .
!: W_, '_ <.,. '-: will take entire chargeof various foods, is acted upon by I eek. '- J ,
:..,1} :, :'". lodge "banquets;; suppers New Use For Table Oilcloth. such obtained .V :
.____, ,-i-i'i'.. ', -. V phosphate of potash, not as Miss Aline Gooahue, of Olive, visit.t.d breakfast biscuit. '
,' ',' '--:- :. \ r etc., at a reasonable The floor oilcloth which has become in-drug-stores, but such as ;la 1 friends in Muscogse'-several. days ,
; ;*. '' ;', ; ,:- :" rate-you give us the order of the field this week. j.,
certain parts
be made of found .
..: unsightly can use .
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:l;. .,ilt: : -?(. <. '. .
f" in most minute particles arranged -
i in the With grains :
", '' 'C following'way: a common ,t
< .. In Nature's laboratory-not man's. EVERY AFTERNOONTHIS I '
:. ". S l'._ ''II' 't..:-{,,'.i''J,-->>: We Do the Rest. flour paste; such as paper hang- The part o? the grains containing I WEEK 4 TO 6. LADIESANC I .!" 'J'I : V

.C' 'f'. r : ,,, era use, apply to the worn floor covering phosphate .potash Is-used, in the I CRILDREN. SPECIAL RATES.In I "
; table oilcloth, just as paper is manufacture of GrapfrNuts food,there-I
FROCK.t' :. '- Purest. begt and freshest wall. The it is fore the actives-nervous\ pushing brain I Escambia County Circuit Court, ;
wears It
a ,
I put"on way
HAND MADE LIN GERIE of foods and materials' feed the body with food I i State of Florida. In Chancery. Uz-I Sol Cahn & Co.ThePureFoodStore ;
Quite- .. inexpensive- !but so, ,very effective I shirrIng- ', I0. "U1e....-- .. :->.D.IUI\'WJOlie......_ -.1-- .:aen.... -- 'usedKandy surprising.- _ worker that goes. directly to.the rebuilding of I ale Jones vs. Henry Jones. On Monday ,'
the the 4th day of June, A. D., 1906, "
over this is set the broad collar, cut Sprains and ,Strains.. the troken-down gray matter In I '
are those handmade'l1n'gerlefrocks. f
and C front, Inset plexus and nerve centresall the defendant Heflry Jones is required
.. with deep tbs back the brain, r&
,when made at home. .1And witha with' the Valenciennes arid finished The very best thing to relieve over the 'body, with the result that to appear to the bin tiled against : ,

good pattern, sufficient dainty material I with a frill of this'same lace. The elbow pain of' a ;'sprain or strain is immediately the Individual who refreshes and rebuilds him herein. This-order"to De published "- tl'" V

and trimmings, and a little pati- puff sleeve with 8.', lace frilling to envelopthe injured partin the body with proper materialof once each week for four consecu- Southwest Corner Palates and InUndenda *' '- V '

face, the let efficient with her nee pointed at the end, the point hanging Kitchen Cafe. a piece of thick flannel which has thIs sort obtains a definite result, tive weeks in.Th Pensacola- Journal,I '>- -
And the nek cut which he can feel and know of and a newspaper published ia sad scam I 178 V L' j.
die out of water.
can turn out a dress as pretty and free from' the arm beerTttrung boiling Phones 1460 .of
f his friends. bla County. A..M.M Mllan$ ,Clerk V. ..
becoming the shown. This is rounding and edged with a lace frill Tomentations of this kind should which Is apparent ': .
104S. Palaf Phone 99? rlgOrous' rain and Circuit Court. By U G. Ayraardr D. .
nervous -
A system
of a white !batiste, the full skirt inset The collar Iscut-arid, mad4 separate till
with two rows of Valenciennes Insertion -a fact which the'laundress will I not be I be I kept up !thepainlessens.: Is'' of he. greatest Importance to C. Pensacola. Fa.! VV.'liar VV 3; 1908.
V buSinesS .m tr or brain worker. (Seal)
and joined with three rows of slow to appreciate ; 1
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.-. _-_ __i__ FOR' SAif. I For afle'Allof : .$i'ooo.Eio PkOFIT ., .. ..

"An.Ounce of Prevention !Is Worth Pound of'CurePerfect / ..... : 'CAN' BE MACE.! REAL ESTATE MARKET
.-_ On 'an investment of $2000.00 in the\5 .
OR LEASE lots on the corner of ,Ja kson St. and .

: I. ,. ., t- I 16th avenue. You' need only to takea
I : look at these ride around on \ SPECIALOFFERINGSHOOTON
-, 6 room cottage one t>lOCk from Lea as you "
: TitleGuaranteed I 'r bath electric Block- 115West A the new East HilI" CaF line, and then
: Square,, ,gas, Ughts, everything -
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: l; ; the the : .OF'
price other 10ts'n: neighbor
H modern. Possession given :,
:, :i King tract ...___.:t ..:$800 hood. They' are,11 elevated and '

June 1st. I- Several'nice building: t1 1 iii-j command a beautiful view of the 'bay. & WATSON.

: 'P 'USLIEE. ,1 t Whit more could one wish for in selecting

.' BROOKS block 78, north side LaRua I I a nome sitet Buy them now.

: street, between 13th and : before somebody else does. You are Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.
Phone.462 f FUhec-: : BulfdingHELP sure to make a good profit .
14th avenues
:- -1, \ $12,560.04-2 : tore fculidinss! and a dwelling, containing 6 rooms, near

Three words only, but of the greatest importance to the WANTED Lots on East ,Hilt and West L. S. BROWN' & CO. Union Depot. A-fine investment. : I

: person buying real estate. Very few realize how many $500.DO-OJl; 'pf the prettiest blocks on East Hill, containing 20 lot.-
clouded titles exist in this, as well as other cities. A -- .. ..' <' .': Hill sell for'$5Q'and up on 201 Theisen Building. each,40x13.T''% "feet., :
good title Is the first consideration with us in the disposal WANTED First ci ss' d'nin'g room $3,800.00-25 very desirable lots on. North Palafox. This is offered
easy payments.
of a piece of property. Remember, when you buy boy. Apply at "one, 18 -W.- Jackson ;:, "WE SELL[ LOTS"Board for'short,time only. .

property through this agency It is St 4may ,. $6,300.0o-Large 2-story dwelling on North Palafox on corner.

I !I : : $2,500.00rcom: dwelling N. Hayne St Lot 80x125 feet.

Clear Title or No Trade. WA "TE'D-"DestrucU' U; of San FVau- and Rooms. I $3,350.0e .roomy dwelling with lar e lot, stables and out housesin
il I. cisco"-Best Book.1 Large profits. Act wv 4WJflj-u-jt flntJUuWrttta.ruarnntJtuLiRE excellent! location oa DeVilliers St.

4 Ii quick. Sample Free. Globe Company, McDavid-Hyer Company, ; ,AIRY, COOL and comfortable' $5,009.00-Two:: dwellings, in good neighborhood, near car line on N.
723-Chestnut St., Philadelphia. at Barcelona St. ,
rooms rent during summer i .

Pensacola Investment Company ;,I 3may3t* Life Agents'New Insurance Ccmpany.York Miss 4 mar.! Taylor's' ". ; 18' West .Jackson St. I PHOflE:5.4 .1 _No.37 S. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L."

WANTED-Woman to do genral house: '
S E. Government Street ,
work. Apply 227 E. Intendencia St.
.. a. H. D'ALEMBERTE, City Manager.' I FURNISHED! ROOMS-Centrally log

3may4t Phone 7CO.. Pensacola Fla. .eated.- Best rooms in the city;, cool,' .
W. XKOWLZS, President &. B. SIMPSON, Secretary.KNOWL1S clean "'beds. 128 East"GoV1 ,
0 for San Apply ...,... ,.........
\Vl-\N'IED-Agmts book !
J.L STILLMAN, V>Pres. and Gen. anajer. EVER: ,.Trmurzr. 'on ernment St. 4maylm,; EIt".A !: -= <<>=::
Francisco Distaster Tremendous de _
Kael state, Loans, General Investments. I mand. Everybody 'Ju's. Big book- Wanted
OLD MILL INN-On bay front. Opens i J
500 Hundreds of photographs
215 South Palafox Street Pensacola Florida. stories pages.by survivors. Fifty per cent. WANTED ung man 19 years desires' .. June' 1. Large.airy and. deI1ghtful1 -. Home Savings !
cool. Good fishing bathing -and _
__ ;
Premuium extra. Credit ';iven. Outfit ppsition in Pensacola as collector -
boating. First class tabe. On elec.;
free.Vrte solicitor or s salesman. Has had
today. Drop everythingand
1 -: _, 1500"next experience and 'give'reference.. Address tile car ]line, 15 mnutes: ride from:: city. OVER 10,000,000; AMERICAN PEOPLE PAY INDUSTRIAL;: INSURANCE
ma. e ; 30 days., Standard can ; -
_-_- ---. : -_- Co., 325 Dearborn St., Chicago. -.,B.,-care" -JournaJ.- '2t Reg lar'reasonable.hoarders Address and transients.Ternis Old: Mill. j! AND ARE PREPARED FOR THE EXPENSES OF SICKNESS

Imay2w WlANTEB-Second haft!l furniture Inn, Pensacola, Fla. 4may j AND DEATH.American: .
bought and sold. Ring phone 754 I
; ,IF you BUY THiS WANTED-First class circular saw or call at 112 S. Tarragoaa St. H.. C. PLEASANT'ROOM to rent with privilege Life Insurance

sawyer. Write, or apply to, J. T. O'Hara. 2maySURETY of light house keeping, 301 W.j Companyis
Windham, Supt., Millview, Fla. I _
piece .of property.. We believe.you.will .make a ,good profit on your) Chase. 8apr-
investment in-a very shaft time. We have 10 lots-on North Palafox Imaylw. ON BO-r.DS--The American I the only straight, m.et legal reserve company organized in Florida.
that we can sell for $2250.00. These lots are right in line of the best I: Surety Company, of New York. iq rent,,
residence district of ths; city and should even now bria more money WANTED' -Agents wanted. San Fran- prepared to" execute at this city with on North Hill car line; location,:: HOME OFFICE TAMPA. CAPITAL STOCK $500,000
I Cisco Earthquake Disaster; Thous- out delay Bonds and Undertakings required very-desirable. Apply 208 W. Gadsdea:;
ands killed and injured. $500,000,000 in f 25aprl.ROOMS ;
the courts, and for the performance
A HOME ,SITE Worth of property destroyed. Full and of contracts. Wm. D. Howe, CHEAP-Furnished or unfurnished -::I Pensacola Office Brosnaham
: Building
j authentic story by survivors and eye 14 !
attorney, % E. Government St. suitable! for light house-!
wttnesses. Largest and best book, best
2maylm. keeping. On the Hill, location high
.onth"e; Northeast corner of 12th avenue and J5th street,, only two i|i illustrated, 80 per cent profit ItO'agents and healthy. Close to car line.
Apply -
blocks from the care line is one of the prettiest building
lots In
;;, Freight paid. Credit given. Outfits MATTRESSES RENOVATED New 314E. Strong. Phone 1213.
the: .city... The neighborhood here is excellent, and. ths: section of ;free. Send 4-two cent stamps for tick furnished if desired. Guaran ISaprlmWANTED money to Loan For Farm Tur'entine or

the city is very healthy. We offer this lot 137% feet front on 12ta 'postage. Address Cooper & Co., 134 teed. Crapet taken and ....... Timber
up Lands
ve. by 200 feet deep on 15th bt: (U block))) for $1500.00. ., Lake Street, Cihcago, III. Imaylw if desired. Leave orders at : : -A few regular boarders MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody bor. ,
r\lso- few table boarders in private from A. Hall &
'Green & Watson. Phone 193. I rows money Jno. LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall
THE MAXENT TRACT i family; good location; coifrtnient to I Co., 16 E. Government street, When
'I j,; the official story of "The Destruction car line; use of bath and phone. No. in need call on us. 9feblm on or Address
of San Francisco." Our authors, country printer .01 E. Gregory.
property is for sale West of "C" street. : And FISHERVILLE do 'I Trumbull White and' Richard Linthi- wants a position in newspaper or .. 8aprlm Turner & AYmard

not over look this pretty little village on the bay.Nice people live ;, cum guarantee authenticity Nearly Job office in Florida Alabama" Has PLE.tSANTplace to board on North MONEY LOANED on all kinds of per- Real Estate and Co. ,
short notice. Abstrat
her and we have nice building lots from U 75.00 to $300.00. It is 500 large pages. Dozens of photo-. eight years' experience and an all- Hill, on car line. Address No.8, ponal: property. on
P. O. Box
115 DeFunlak
J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. Springs Fla
: very cool and pleasant here in summer. graphs. Retail 150.' .$10 to $20 per I round good job printer. A perfect tare Journal. 27mar. Terms easy Phone; 1165. Ifeb

| day easy if you act quick.- Will out gentleman and absolutely, sober; will Old: newspapers at five cents a bundleat Romana. .. ,
I LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR SALE. : sell book ever published; start on moderate :salary. Address, - -
any Every- this office. 'They are all cleanand'nlce. MONEY TO LOAN.-On real estate or For Sale.
stating full particulars. Arthur Win. .
; body interested. Outfit free. Send .
RENTS security
A SPECIALTY other sufficient by appl
lOc for postage today. Best terms to free, JYh Castle._Lajj2apr1ws;
Ing to Thos. Pebley, cor Palafox and FINE BED ROOM SUIT for sale

THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY .1 agents. Credit givenl Freight paid., WANTED.-All kinds ,:ot electrical Romana, up .stairs.! 17nov-in,, cheap for cash if sold in a few da>.-.
'I Take orders while waiting for outfit. work; I sell all Wads- of electrical FOR'RENTFOR ) Call in or address E. B. Hoffman &

206 SOUTH PALAFOXST.. PHONE 87 I Monarch Book Company; Philadelphia batteries anj other electrical,;: supplies MONEY "ro: LE D On- good real estate I Son, 57 E. Gregory St. 2maylw*
r Pa. 26apr2w When you need me.. rin .-.345 or 955. RENT Seven room house on security or on good collateral .
fl __ --- _-------I---- .. E. W. Peake, new Star Laundry build North Hill for $25.00 per month until at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks.i i FOR SALE One boat 17 ft., 5 ft. t
c WANTED-First-class barber for colored lug E, Garden 15dec. Nov. 15th. All modern conveniences. : Fisher building. 21an in beam; one trammel net 25 fathoms,

'trade. Ring 1010- ring or ,.. i Fisher Real Estate Agency. 6 ft. deep; two trap nets, 7 ft. deep.
II. _tM1W.i---_ call at Sylvester Campbell/ .Store,neari WANTED-The public to. know that 3may. MONEY LOANED on aU short kinds of personal Boat and sail new; nets 13 months. $5"

i I dummy depot, Warrington, Fla. we can dp all kinds .ol repairing property on notice. 414 S. Alcaniz. 3may3t

The Earth is For SaleA 124 apri. float building, horse shoeing; etc. J. FOR SALE-One grocer's ref rrgera- Terms South easy.Palafox J. W. St.Bullard, Phone upstair 1144.
G. Welsh Carriage. Co. 27feb :r tor, capacity 20 j WANTED-Men to learn barber trade ; t' D. J. Cunningham Romana and Rail Cottage Hill on railroad; allCenceJ
Startling Statement, j Splendid time to begin. Busy season -. COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand road :Sts. 2may UNLIMITED amount or. money lO loan in and with large house, barns, outhouses
Few weeks on all kinds of personal property. etc Creek runs through the
soon. completes.Top Cleaning Club 212 N. DeVillers
but It is true
and we are assisting in parceling out dear old terra FOR RENT-7 room house on North
Special rates to business men on large land, and 4 5 also
wages paid graduates Positions St., Mrs. T. J. Davis Prop. Your or springs are on
firma. We are now offerln'g pine and hardwood timberland, sawmill patronage !Hill, modern improvement. Block New York Loan Co. 204
; waiting. Best trade in the world for solicited; satisfaction i leans. The % the land. Plenty shade trees and apple -
and turpentine locations, grazing and guaran from car line. Address P. 0 !
agricultural lands and : Box 354 South PalafoL
Little! attention pecan, peach and plum trees.
town Wehave poor man. capital starts busi teed. Careful given ladies'
property. a 25000 acre proposition in saw mill tim' City 2maylw Good soil also have lot of fine breed
ness. Investigate. Moler .Barber Col. garments. Phone 1222. 8teb ; a
ber that
list them is a bonanza. If you have any lands (the above classes, lege, ,New Orleans, La29apr6t' :FOR RENT-Two very desirable Miscellaneuos chickens, ducks, hogs, goats, pea

with us, and they will soon foe' sold.. We can sell your turpentine WANTED.-Hauling and transfer stores,'on first floor of Manhattan ___Wa--a fowls, pigeons, geese and turKfys ot
place to be
We delivered next winter. WANTED good all-round 'printer, work. Office ph'one363; residence hotel, 'Corner :Garden and Baylen. MATTRESSES :AND FURNITURE! all kinds. Reasonfor selling id that 1i

Lyndiola are, sple agents for all the real estate of the new town of capable doing fir$t-class job print- phoiit 890. Acosta & White. 22-28 N. Just completed arid arranged in first Mattresses'!! mad f to order; old ones i have no one to manage place. A great

B. C. & St.nestling A. beside a chain of turquolseblue lakes besides the ing and experienced in newspaper Tarragona St 2Sinsr.WANTED.The class shape. For terms, particulars, renovatei. New ticks furnished. 'bargain either as an investment or

City of railroad. Also for the real estate in the new seaside work. Must be absolutely saber;, no .. etc., apply Hooton & Watson. 29Apr Second hand furniture bought and 1 for party looking for a goad farm on
Bayou St. Andrews, now being laid off at 'the terminus of the which to make Every
drinking man need apply. Cook & to sold. Upholstering and repairing cOl money. :hing
public know
B..C. & St..A. railroad on the far famed St. Andrews which has that FOR RENT-After May 1, furnished .
Hutchison, Chipley Fla. 'Vaprlm 114 E. Belmont St., city phone 771. genuine and just as reprssente'i. Xo
can' be
been justly designated as "The Naples of the South." In fact newspapers bought at cottage"at "All Bay." Address Box
III it's
five cents Davfs Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis, Mgr. fake. Write or call on W. H. Morgan,
any part of mother earth, see us about it. this are all officefor clean and nice. 'a bundle. They 815, ,Pensacola. 28apr Box 453. Pensacola, for further ; iartc.:

WANTED FOR RENT-Second story over Lin- EXCURSION-The launches Stella ulars. Slmar

BUTLER & SIMMONS. WANTED-We want your orders for denstruth's jewelry store. Suitable and Leclair will run excursions; to ,

LAWYERS AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS nnnuWwswwuwwflWJWjtflmrJnfltflflnf U. 1907 Art Calendars Over 300 orlglnal !- for ffices, sleeping quarters or stor. the Life Saving ,Station or other FOR SALE OR RENT-Two lighters;
WANTED-A position as stenographer : .' designs to select from. AU age rooms. Lee DanielL 24apr points of interest-day. night on reasonable one with capacity for 75 thousand ft.

CHIPLEY, FLA. by young lady witb',experience. prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensacola. terms. Phones 659 and ::m. lumber, the other thirty thousand capacity -
P. 0. Box 244. Floral Ala' 16feb FOR RENT--8-room, 2-story Cottage J. C. Sutherland, Mgr. 12apr Rates reasonable. Also two

-- 29apr2w 318 W. Belmont. Apply to Walker _skiff___ V___ata__ _for__ _sale-- r.hpan---' .. _22_ ft_'. n Inn_!!HI .
.' WANTED.-Tha Merchants TransferCo. lugrahani. April20A. TAILORING L. Diamond, Tailor. I 5) ft. beams. Telephone or write .1. A.

OLD HATS MADE NEWPanamaand wants your moving and hauling. R. BINGHAM has storage room for Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and Chaffin & Co.. Milton. Fla. 25m-r
I FOR'SALE Straw hats cleaned, pressed' All"breakage guaranteed. T. B.. T&or rent, suitable for furniture or other repaired on short notice. No. 11%
Special BargainsFor and folocKed. Panama 60c,< stmw.hats se'n. Prop, Phone 97$.. ISjunelm goods, .104 and 106 South TarragonaSt West Government' St.. Pensacola, Fla. ON THE HIGH LAND-East Hill electric -
List of Property for Sale by D.' Hale 25c, fell hats 35c. Work guaranteed. Idee. car line, six lots 100 ft. front
rr- _, ___ Phone 630 30noWANTED.Real
Wilson & Co. Victor Louis 100 E. 'Intendencia. ----- --- by 137% deep corners $700, inside

Few Days Only One block on proposed street car 124 aprlm LOST Estate for sale or J, H. PORTER, sailmaker 716 South lots $600. There are no better sitv
line, New City, overlooking Bayou! mn-w-Wwfl wmJnnnmnLOSTGold rent leas-a.or exchange. Your business Palafox street. Orders taken for tions than these lot*. A. V. Clubb-.

Texar, and under fence. ...$3000 I i PANAMAS-Let us clean .your Panama respectfully solicited. J. A. 'Wil--- tents awnings, camp stools and house JUST RECEIVED Large saipmenl of

Lot 40x240 W. RomanaSt in"settled One half neighborhood block' on Lakeview and'on avenue and straws. Hats cleand,block. work's filled 15 jewels.watch and Initials fob; Elgin on son, Real Estate Agent, 22% W. ..Gov.I .I cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 31jan.I imported Olive Oil Retail by pint,
hard : ed and rebanded by expert workman. street Room 7 gallon or larger auantity. G. Morassa
near Spring St. road very cheap at.. . ..J1500. Leave hats at Fredericksen i.Tailor fob J. C.. H.,, number of case 6118382, ernment building. Phone, 172. Salisbury' SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinrle Oert- & Co., ship chandlers an .' grocers. 701
One-half block ((12 lots) and six new I I! Shop, 34 S. Palafox St Special attention number of works 754860S. Reward I 23jan I ing & Co., wholesale and retail ship South Palafox. 4ocL

with 5. house$3250Lot houses renting for $5.00 each with!I; to mail orders. for' return to Williams store, Jackson FOR RENT-Warehouse, 50x75, on chandlers and grocers, only first-class

room room for seven more houses.. $3250!! and DeVillers St. Inraylw .. railroad. Address' Box 712 Cty.: I house of kind: in city. Fair. prices to al!. FOR SALE-Fine hotel site; best situation

Two large lots and a good three, SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED "", 9apr1 MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP- in the city: for a tourist ho-

80x170 W. Romana, room and hall house renting for $6.00,,I -Highest price ,paid for'gents'clothing Last;-Ray ring with seven keys on; Willie: Mims, Propr e\or. Furniture tel, 130 feet fronting south by 172 fee:
per month; if sold at once.. ..$600 finder will receive suitable reward
only. Sell second: hand goods: repairing of all kinds, carpets deep on East Government street, overlooking
near DeVilliers St.$1000 One nice five roomed house In good by returning to 15 W.' Government. HOTELS.
Dress suits for"rent, 9 E. Intendencia. laid, furniture packed for shi ping. Seville! square and Adam:
37 foot lot 4may. ,' -
locality witl
.renting for$1O00 I Phone 63. Next to Tampa Iffd1ng.22Apr11.. street with open view of Pensacoia:
per month. ., .... ..$1000Onehalf WANTED.-A. R. Blngtam" wants FERRELL HOTEL-Sneads, Florida. will buy the
bay, $10,000 property
Leslie E. Brooks} an arpent and ten roomed your, moving and hauling. He guarantees LOST-Gold brooch1, either on elec- 'Rates $2.00 per day. Nice rooms, lapr.
house in central part of the city nice all breakage. Fiona 630. 'tric car or Palafox street. Studded good beds, table the'test J. M..Ferrell CARRIAGES repaired and repainted.

shade and fruit trees. ..$5500 with opals. Reward 'for' return to Prop. 17apr Floats built to order. Horse shoeing NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Thosa

FisherBuilding. Vacant lots in any part pf the city Wm Johnson & Son's. Imaylw HOTEL VERNON-Rates $2 per day.I a specialty. J., G. Welsh CarriageCo. wishing to make a successful run
at prices that will take. Several NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to xchangeor .
Special; rate by weeks Special attention :27feb: should supply themselves with a oo'-
that will net 10 per cent. lot on East H11L Address P. LOST-A diamond locket, engravedJ.
to graveling men. Free'sample CHIROPODIST E. St.. Clair tie of PLUTO. Now is the season -o
L on the money invested. 0. Box 207. 30mar .S. P. Liberal reward for returnto :Mrs. J. P. Mauldin
foOm. / Prop I I15apr. Thomas, professional .ch-royodist prepare your stomach and I I'H
FOR RENT. Journal
office. 29apr I Corns.. Jbunlons and ingrowing nails against all diseases. Pluto will! do ::.
.Ten roomed house centrally located: 1\"TED-Al1 owners of poultry'to successfully .treated. J3ffice, 1n' For sale by all druggists and grocer*
FOR SALE and unexcelled for a boarding house, know that we are agents'for the celebrated LOST, STRAYED .OR STOLEN- Open all house building Government Street en'I! wholesale by Jas McHugh.
on street car line, $35.QO per,month. Conkey's Poultry Remedie.4.Guaranteed Pure, white pup about six months year. American and European plac. trance. Office 8 ---- -
h.ours to 12 in1
Five roomed house close in town, to cure rape, cholera old; cross between fox terrier and Special summer rates. First-class in a. ; FOR SALE.-Improved and unimproved -
:All kind of real estate for sale or large yard and nice .out buildings, sta. gape and to kill fleas, lice and mites.' bull; liberal reward return to F. R. every respect. Pleasant and convenient -11 to 8 p. m. 24apr property In all parts of the city.J. .

rent North Hill and East :Hill va ble etc., $20.00 per month. Also their wonderful egg producer. F. Meade, 118 W. Cervantes. 28aprlw Jlrs. T. L. Bowen, Prop., Pen I GOOD NEWS FOR PENSACOLA A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents

'cant lots. Some very choice ones* at If what you\ want is not listed here S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. 234. sacola, Fla. ISapr I you need any locks or keys repaired Room' 7, Salisbury building. Phone

good bargains for homes or Investment call ust: up by phone 234 or call and 18apr. OLOST OR STRAYED-A small dark THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy rooms,.( or fitted anywhere In your house; 172. 23Jtn

see us at 30 S. Palafox street S brown heifer with tips or horns good beds Free baths"and sample III you have any trunks needing repair I
R. R. I SALE-One Nar-
lot FOR Kokens
One large on good factory new
sawn off; not in very good order, 11beral'reward ; $2 day. ing or lock and key; Or have a
warehouse site. One water front ,WANTED-To buy old gold and sliver '" room. per Special attention you I ber chair also several mirror.
r D. broken stuff regardless;: of to anyone giving Information to traveling men J. R. Brown, dull lawn mower needing sharpeningor
lot that a purchaser could make no Hale Wilson & Co. up Prop. I Call or write J. A. Billingsley, 14 L:
sl tzes. Cash paid. Lightmao! & JClein. as to its whereabouts. 'Last DeFuniak: Springs. Fla. 13marlm repairing scissors or carvers to
; .
mistake to buy. One 40-acre farm ... .. Government St. ISAprillm:
14 St. .nd-14 -
seen Address Xi'B.
.ve. grind pistols.
106 E. Wright Phone 1127.WANTED ; guns and rifles to clean -
too) one of 160 acres, both near Pen-I \ XJENTRAL HOTEL,, CHIPLEYOp.depot .
T., 104% S. Palafox'St-.or: phone 81 and repair? We can properly clean,
acola. -Refrigerator; must", be in Large and well' lighted FOR SALE-Registered Berkshrehogs :
I Four choice brick business houses $$700 good condition and cheap for cash. .28apr' rLOST.saturday room ,' Free.. sampleroom.. Meals at' writer.adjust and repair any make of' .type- ; best of breeding. Ask Dr

on Palafor St. for sale. Fine invest Capacity 150 to 200 ibs. Addrets LockBox all h urs. Special attention to traveling .I All of these things and many catalogue.' Carl Setterlind, ChipfY.I .
ment Few choice offices 594. City., Smaylw April 14, presuma1 others you can have 'promptly- doneat Fla.
property. five : Ulen. $2.00 per day.: .J. M. Tug-: I
for rent. Buys a room cottage E. Gregory bly from wagon, package containingpair F. B. Bruce'i.SSEast.Government.Phone .
near R. R. .shops. trousers .addressed H. P| :Moog. gle, Prop. 'I3marlmCHIPLEY 380. t 18apr2w FOR SALE-S room cottage nn
Turpentine men all get rich, and I WANTED.-Electric work of alt Mni! I.
have 'good turpentine business for $1200-For neat, five room cottage on Let us clean your fans, repair your If found returned to' Express office HOTEL-Carl Setterlind,! REGULAR HACK LINE- From Chip-f monthly payments. Newly pa'ntei 1

fcale cheap. 15 crops boxes plenty East Hill. dynamo, do lour WrIDetc.. .' -Paona' and receive reward. 18apr, Prop. Special attention to commer- ley, making connections with mail and papered. Gas and' water, i 12
which $1500-For six room summer homeon cia!' travelers. Free sample blocks from East Hill car line on N
round timber lease on together 570. Pensacola Elecirfc Co., 205 S.! -and bath launch for points-'on St Andrews:; bay.
'irtth boxes good seven years longer. Little, Bayou near-car line.' Baylen. : .. rooms. Large rooms with good beds.II Extra teams' for :traveling men. Good 8th ave. G. E. Bredt. 26aprl*

(Write or call, and see schedule of FOR RENT. Found tvuuuWJmruuJWL&nMnruflJWW 12'per .day. ISmarlm horses, comfortable vehicles. Call
Cottage, 519 E. Gregory ... -... .$8.00 on AUTOMOBILES.: ifgsnt for the
"M\ !
property. \VANTED-Your orders t am
for tailor. 'I
: BAY, WTEL.-Open night and I or address J. C. .S:!+iclair; Chipley, Fla.
made clothing. We make your, FOUND-Dark sVwrei mustang mare, Telephone No 74. 28apr Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you auto
EufOp-ian plan.
H. T. CRAWFORD C. R. YAEGERNo clothes fit. Let us take .your meas' ;branded B. on.left hip. Owner may clean Transient trade light and from $500.00 up. They cost less than !
solicited.I GOOD PASTU lE---for _a few horses horses to keep up. They can be rUIn
ure. Lamm & Co., Chicago, W. 0. have same oy applying to Sylvester s. Palafox. Jas. .
r ,315% South Palafox StreetS 202 Thlten Bldg. Phone 688. Wells, agent, Chipley, I'la.1apr1ml Campbell,' Warrington; 4maylw! 675-379 Pio.'y': v. -_- S.-Nicc-o" H.and KilbeeBrent3"Ffav cows. *Address; apply..". ..Uaprl'if to W. Leslie sand E.or Brooks.anywhere a horse can go.


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\ t 4 4 4 4San' I IADSLEY S t COMPANY j jj N NAVAL.l STORESDURINB [ S Over Half a Million" ; U f i :


: Do you think each an enormous business could be built up and /, : ,
continually Increased, if our goods did not have exceptional value and merit ( t, .
I\ I 11 WEST I INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. .1 Moe LEf\LABAMA, Do yot think.we could hold the trade of half a million people, if our :;:

0 ,'." "SEASON[ N Ni reputation for doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established ., .f .
Do you think,; U. S. Senators Foreign Ambassadors Bankers, Business j '"\: f

t Private Wires N. Y., N. 0,.. ,and Chicago. MA lETS and Professional men in every section of this country would keep on using ,; !.'
i HAYNER WHISKEY if it wasn't all right : .
': p.
i Do you think doctors would recommend it and hospitals use it, if it I .:' r

both by conferring with us j COITONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS; I! Naval.: Stores. Development in the Two -Branches wasn't Just absolutely think these pure things and over unadulterated carefully and then send us a trial order. :1. f ..., ..;' -; ,
d'n out to buy REAL ESTATE. SeeU Savannah naval ,Your money back if you are not satisfied. : .\: i '. ,; !

aDorn some of the following: | Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. + 'VW.stores.market.. '.closed. .. ..today..... .as. .follows.5 10 : 'D During Season Which Closed United States Senate,Washington,D.C. : If O"<' .

su"v! N. DeVillier street, renting ". \YG.. .. .. ... ;'io. .. .. .5 00I March "I have found hayoer Whiskey exceptionally fine for table and medicinal purposes." t f.t :;
.. ... : 31.
for $1/10 per :year $1500 .. .. ..\.. .. .. ... Wm.Af.Stewart. > I '
North "C" ,:i; Reference: First National and Peoples Baais Phone 1173 I j ,'i.. .. .. 95 "
on street, cheap U.S. Senator from Nevada.
House ,
. .. .. '. 1>r.t .. ... ..... :', ? '. ,'. ....4 90 ,
It t. $600 ..+...+..+......+.+++..+.+..4.....+.+.+.+...+....... K.'i.t.... ... ..:.....( S(). The W ek yIndustrial Record says: '
House on East Ara'on street only ; .. ... ... .. Developments In the two branchesof .o /
. ..4 35
. .. .... .. ...'. . .$650 : I. I.
S the naval stores trade the
... .. . ,. .'i. d. S ... ... 4 25 during HAYNER WHISKEY (
9S acres. of good farming land, a I. ___ a. ... .. .J season of 1905-190S which ended on
l . .
.. -- .. .. .'. ; '; _0- ,
.. .. . .. .$1000
at :March
bargain 31, have- been of interesting
.. .. ...., 00 a most .
F. ,, :,' :'
blocks Tract .! u.
Four "*'inti West' King ...; E.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...3.95 character, inasmuch as prices
. :. .. ti. :. ::. $1000
earn other D. .. .. ..i.. .. .. .. .....3 85 touched the highest points recorded FULL $2O EXPRESS JH:

\W\listed have wjth numerous us and it :would prOperties pay The. Training of: ,a Boy in Habits of C.. ..,"Turpentine. ....... ,._.64'.'!4" .cents.. .:375 since solely the civil to the war.bitter This war was waged attributed between .- 4
you :to consult us before making yourjnvestmeflt I \..!. two large interests in the south. QUARTS PREPAID. ;; 'J
to get control of the season's outputof ,
\W ara in receipt of advices from JOBBERS' QUOTATIONS .'. ,
naval stores. There were frequent OUR OFFER We will send you in a plain sealed case with no Jt; ; -
t!lfire insurance companies "reprerfpaied Saving Thrift and Industrywill I sharp fluctuations in prices and con- marks to 6how contents. FOUR FULL QUART .....:
: by us "That all losses In Cal PENSACOLA PRODUCEThe sumers throughout the year were constantly BOTTLES OP HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE FOR 1120. and we : '
l ifornia conflagration will be promptly at sea regarding future developments will pay the exPress charges. ,Take It home and sample it,have your doctor j\ ; ,
THEY WILL I test it-every bottle if wish. Then if don't find it '.
rairi and that CONTLNUE which them in you you just as we say : .
TO FURNISH: ABSOLUTE left a stateof and perfectly.satisfactory,!sbip.it; back to us AT OUR EXPENSE and your _ ::5_:- .
INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY I insure fits success in after life. Set him local produce market is firm' perplexity. 'Trading in futures at $3.2O will be promptly' refunded.' How could any offer be fairer. You f. : "
Prices remain Savannah was extremely light as a result don'triskacen '
:FIRE AS THEY ONE HUNDRED HAVE DONE YEARS.FOR I a good example by depositing a part "of I the and same strong.as for, last week. practically New pota-j: of the uncertainty which sur- Orders for Ariz..C1..COL." Idab'o.J.lont..Nev..N.Mex..Ore.. .Utah.Wash. .,. KJv.:A ; ,
.ALMOST rounded the market Wyo.,must be the basis of 4 Prepaid 5TOCal .'
particularly for or on QuartforO4.OOby Express \ i '
Protect: your home and (business .your earnings*, in pUt savings. department; toes and new onions are in the mar.!spirits of turpentine. The highest or 20 Quarts! for 815.20,by Freight Prepaid. .. ,

against loss by 'fire by insuring"wlth I r better still, open a :small account in his ket squash and and are bringing new onions a nice can price.also New, point touched in Savannah during the Write our nearest office and do it NOW. ."_ .1.t;, 1 <.
Ci.! ., }
bel crop season of 1905-1&06 was ,in June
name. .
ESCAMBIA I REALTY ,\ had.Butter Western Creamery 25 to..26cj when spirits was quoted at seventy- THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY i.r; I.

.PO'i I Fourier cent, compounded semi-annually Butter, Renovated.. ,., .20 to 21cj nine cents per gallon and after hovering Atlanta, Oa. Dayton, 0. SL. Louis, Mo .SL PaulHlnn. _"'_ ::"
204J/2 s. Palafox I t .. around this point for several days
Cheese .-. ..; .14 to 15c '
Telephone 1052. I will make him a' nice nest-egg when he.is* eo the price slumped to sixty cents. Rosins 403 DISTILLSBY,TBOY O. ESTABLISHED 1SI 6. .- .t.
I Eggs. ... .. '.... ..... ..17 to 18 General agents for State. for Home; twenty-one. : 'Grown Chickens, doz. ...$5.00 to $6.00 underwent radical changes, and : '

Life Insurance.Co., of New York. [Ducks, per dozen.- .. i.$5.50 to, $6.00 during November the lower grades declined .,' .. .
Sweet Potatoes per bu. .. ...90o three dollars a barrel The un- ". "....-..
:), precedented 'slumps were brought ft{ :'. .
I- Irish Potatoes, per bu.... 85 to 92c 1W ; -
New Potatoes per bbl.. .. .. ..$5.50 about by the rivalry between the large Order Your \. '.

FOR SALE/ Squash per hamper. .. .. ..$2.25 interests as mentioned above.' The ICE COAL and WOOD
I Beans per hamper.. ... .....$2.25: one interest known as the "Big Four"but i; :
BARGAIN LIST PIANOS. FIRST NATIONAL BANK now as the "Big Three" owing to .
New Onions, per. bag .., .. .. .$1.25 I fromtheConumors' : ; i.I i.-. ;
Lester Piano, mahogany fine order the withdrawal of a London firm, finally .
Onions yellow.. per bu..90c to $1.00 I Ice and Fuel Company. ?
$275, used only '
was $350, price now forced their competitors, the Na-
Onions, red, bu.. 90c to $1.00
a few months. $10 cash balance $8 OF PENSACOLA. FLA. per val Stores Export Co., of Jacksonville, I omce-Corner Chase and Tarragon Phone 259. .' '
Louisiana and-Alabama: Cabbage;} 2 : ,
per month. Florida, out of the business on December : -- 0' ,
bbl crates.. .. .'..2.65 to $2.75 if
V .
Irving, handsome case was 5, 1905.( The "Big Four" on that '
U W. H.KKOWLM Pres. W.K.HTIK.JR., V.-Prea.and CislileF.T. Strawberries, quart.. ... ..10 to 12*c P1
now $215; very little used. Terms $10 I .W.Bax5T and W. H.ROBERTS Asat.CaakUri.DnucOTOBS date took over the Naval Stores Ex.I '
cash. $6 per month. j I -F. O. Brent W. A. Blount. W. it. Knowlea. W. K. Hyw, Jr. ,. port Co.'s holdings at market prices CL.cC: : :.S >!l. :; ,
Clutter large handsome mahogany D. n. Rrent. I for pirits and rosins, which were'II A good 8 day Parlor Clock.. e.. .. .. .' .. ... ... ... .. .. .$5.00 .. ,
case; was $100 now $335. A bargain. TIMBER MARKET I valued at two and one-half million.! A good 8-day Parlor Clock with alarm ?3.00 'fi; : {

Terms $15 cash, $8 per month. --- -- Tinker Market. On December 14th the former company t 8-day Mission Clocks,. ?2,75 to. . .. .. ... ... ., . .. ...$5.00 "; 1:1: .>
Mehlin, high grade mahogany; was The timber' market' Is active with 'a also eliminated the National' Repairing at reasonableprices.. '.n '
$450 now $390: rented only few strong'demandJtetng'made for all Urniber Tank and Export Co. of Savannah J. F. DAVIS, JEWELER, at Cae's Book StoreDR.J.H.MOCK :' :
months; $20 cash $10 per month. I In sIght. dn faet It is stated that which was a ,part of the agreement I
Sterling, ebony case was $350 now City of( Pensacoia Improvement Bonds all the: stock-afceawn timber for May under which the "Big Four" took overj! I ifI I

$120 $10 cash $6 per month. has 'been contracted for. No salesof the stock of the Naval Stores Export : .t" I

Clutter, large size.. mahogany case; t large proportions were reported Co. "The lowest prices touched in the Tetley's ". :;!.t.. ,f
used seven months, was $400 .now Denomination, 1000.00 Each. during theweek.Lumber .- New York market during the season of .
$276; $10 cash, $8 per month. men state that the continued 1905-1906 were' fifty-seven cents for ,Iif-. r
Kimball walnut case was $375 used Dated Jan.' 1,1906. Maturing Jan11936. Redttmablo Jan. 1926. dry spell of weather will undoulbt- spirits in April and three dollars for Tea t.? H'! I

two years, now $li5, $10 cash, balance : Inttrest'. Payable Semi-Annually edly affect'the7 market. As .a'rule common strained rosin, in April, while : \'. ;1';

I AH'of$7 the per above month.are upright pianos \ i* prices. have. :an fJ,,upward- :.tendency." .,t 1 the highest.points reached were eigh- The taste-for Tet ..... w: it:: '
j ty-one cents per gallon for spirits, in .
guarantee them. We have 16 We Offer For. Sale These Bonds < '-{. 1r
and we Subject toPrior .
t June,. and .four dollars und thirty cents .",.
from $15 to $45. 50c AU8LEY CO' REPORTS "
equare per barrel for common, rosin, early iu I !
per week; 'good for practice. Sale, in Amount to* Liverpool"Cotton Market :March The naval :stores year just II ley's is the most cul' ; I
Pensacola, Fla. : Suit Purchaser. lan..Jlb.......' :.:'''.''''.'....."...'"CJoee..6.64 ended, taken as a whole, was the most I I ,: ,. ,
I reb.-Jar?...,....,,;.................165Kar. successfuL in the history of the trade, tured taste in tea. -' : :\..
i :FOR SALE 95% acres of land half Correspondence Invited. .- prU.........!J'..,.................... and most,profitable! to. both producersand ,'. '
northwest 70 ......... ..... .. dealers;' The total receipts of, i
mile from city; ; acres Aprilfay; : ovf.f. .7........ 5.85 : .
_ _ _ _
timber land, sub soil clay; 25% acres -- M y-Jone...,......?.??...........6.85 spirits of turpentine and.rosin for 1905-1 1.:
under cultivation, clay .sub; \ soil. Dr.I' a ua..Jtly .....a.n.. ...........,..rli.87 1906 ending March 31 amounted to : Dental: Surgeon.Crown ;
T. A. LaPar 518 GWllemarde St. THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLfl Jt11y.4uguut .....;r:""....:..........\..4.5.87. two hundred and six thousand two and I Professional Directory

22Aprll 2w* ,, .!uUt-Septembei'_................ S.S3 sixty-nine l barrels of spirits and sIx' and Bridge Work a Specialty ,'.J I',.
September-October'....' .'.........11.72. hundred and ninety thousand and six-|I. Painless! Extracting of Teeth. "'
FOR SALE-Nice. clean old newspapers PENSACOLA FLA. October-NoTember .. ..... (.64 tynine 'barrels .of rosin. The ship- 28J/2 S. Palafox St. TJOS.PEI3LEY, _'
at aye cents a bundle. This of.Dee. :November-December. ... 5.63 ments from Savannah to New York I! 7 and 9 Old Armory Building. LAW, REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND {' "'...
DeceKber-JannAry ....5.8.5Liverpool
: "< !' "; Phone 1077. !
aggregated forty'thousand three hun COLLECTIONS,
1 NL5603. > dred 'sixty barrels{ of spirits and one PALAFOX AND ROMANA. .
FOR SALE-Three yoke of oxen and New Y0iCot1oni1arket hundred sixty-one thousand nine hun. PHONE 55J. f ..

log cart; good1 team in good condition C.W.UMAR. PrtlUenl: JOHN PFEIff EH.Assistant C43hI .* Open High Low Oloae dred and thirty-one.barrels' of rosin. I "

and working every day. Price M.E. CLARK,Vlci'Preildent i>d Cashier. 1.W.ANDREWS,Assistant Cashier.! January 10,48 10.18-49, The D6W year opening of the naval
$300. Call on or write J. A. Chaffin & May. 11.14 11.19 1U11U516July stores'season was launched on April 2 1iI-

Co., Milton, Fla. 29aprlm lQ.9? 10.M 10.93. 10.95-86 under favorable auspices particularlyfor 1
"" T. G YATES M. I L.
THE: AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Angus October........"Ifttf 10.41 10.89 10.79-80 10.4344 spirits of .turpentine held while the The lotWeather ;
of rosins fairly
)'OR SALE-One hack; good horse OF December..........10,43 10.44-45 10.40 10.44-45 higher grades :; [ OPTICIAN
FLU. the efforts to
and set of harness. Price $225.00Apply I .- steady despite depress 1 .
prices 'by large 'jnterests at Savannah.The 306 THIESEN BUILDING fl
F. B. Radcliff 809 N. Alcaniz.! DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED Whet
outlook for.th naval stores crop II .
APr291w. Open High Low CIOMMay. ., tL.
GAPITALSTOCK: $200,000. SURPLUS, $69OM. --.......78. 79%. 7 79% for the coming season according to I' '
WANTED-To loan money" on your July":....-7gHW!( 78# 7S- leading factors jit Savannah and dealers WM. D. HOWE, : .
watches, -jewelry and 'personal ef DIRECTORS here is promising but the output

fects. Highest cash price for old gold 'CorruOp Mil depend to; :.a 'great extent upon ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW :.r
and silver. Lightman & Klein, 106 E. deary L. Covington Frank Reilly, p. E. Brawneri ii High Low Olo. Jabot conditions in the turpentine'belt. 14/2! EAST GOVERNMENT ST. ."; ,

wright. Phone 1127.. J. M. Pf elff er, W. S. Rosasco C. V.'. Lamar, May........... ai47 4l% 4 % Some factors look for a decrease In _
Bryan Dunwody T. F. McGourin J. R.Saunders, July-.483% i&H 46 18 the crop of'1906-1907 "about five per is Here -- !'

loft s.uBne four ton Ice machine A. M. Avery, \y. H. Milton, .0. E. Maura, cent owing to labor beinginadequate, I A. M. LeFRANCAIS, I!
complete,running now; making W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, M Kenzle Oertlna, New York 8tock Market the conditions in the labor market beIng VETERINARY SURGEON, i',;,
ice daily. Will sell at a bargain. Alex McGowln., : C. M. Covlngton, M. E. Clak. : Open Clow the more important factor in determining PHONE 497. f I,
Reason for selling, installing ton Southern Pacific.:....,........ 63 '62 the extent of the crop and the old problem of ; f.

plant. Address quick to T. W. Pace Accounts- off Banks. Individuals' Corporation. end Firms SoBolted.. Copper._......;... 101} 97A. while others believe that the crop will how to keep cool and keepin --- __- .---1 t'1.:
130X 129Atoh health with t :
Quincy, Fla. 26apr2w Four per carit.Interest Paid on Time Deposits. be equal ,to the one just marketed; good comes .
87Ji 87H
.!.B.uo.... 142 141B.B that is, if labor conditions do not grow Florida and Alabama t _
T... 75> 74 worse. Regarding Chinese labor which
FOR SALE-Ten new and second 4 %
second hand office safes different B.IO..l; 4 108HIrt I is belnff.intro'duced' in the turpentinebelt it.We LAND COMPANYManufacturers tr.
sizes, best makes at bargain prices. L93 S9K on a'moderate scale as a substitute CanSolve
9.F.I 4s s' 43 for the-negro, it is believed, will :; ,
Scarritt Moreno office East Govern L HILTON GREEN,PBKSIDIS: T.B WRLLBS, VtOI.PB1itDan.!! : 0'. 8...................:....... 113 87% not prove successful, but other meansno of r
ment SL 24mar B.M.BUSHNFLL CASHIIE. MANSFIELD MORENO ABS .CASHTEE ............. and Dealers in ';.
U.S.. preferred 104% 103% 'd' ubt will be tried, as the negrois .
Citizens National Bank B.8.i..i..*...... 24X' 24Vi the'most unreliable laborer in the LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN.. ; .
naval stores industry. The new year
wishing to make a successful run Of PenswtaU, Florida. Lend 70 f\I\)MII. at ,
.P..I. opened with spirits quoted fifty- theProblem.
with botr D'1lECrORS. 87K 8%
themselves a
supply I Bin M. Met............. 108 107 }even cents'per gallon the same priceas :
tie of PLUTO. Now Is the season to Ge*. W.Wright. MorHi Bear. 1' E.Wellts. Robinson. L. Hilton Gre n. prevailed on April 1, 1905. Should Marine Co
C n.Pao. J57tf 151% Grocery '
prepare your stomach and liver 4 GENERAL BA.VXfJVC BUSINESS TRANSACTED 11'Y.0..1.! 132>i 132 the weather continue favorable arri- ..
Against all diseases. Pluto will do it. P.f 91' 80U vals of'new crop spirits from Florida 604, 606. 608. 610 S. Palafox St. ?
Tor sale by all druggists and grocers, last There "
a-D'O llStf 114JJ will be earlier than year. Phone 725. '
V'holesale by Jas McHuga.1X3R a..p .... 159' 158% have arrived at' Savannah parcels of 4

*j.........................".. 24% 24 new of the four top grades of pale V. J. VIDAL Manager. .
P. 8.B..................... fl.4.. 8P,4 85 crop and prices during the week ,
boiler.SALE-Second hand 25 Apply H. to r R U.Carr, C/'fA. -L-r -1 CO J v. .....,. T.O.I._-.;.. 13 H ... 136 I have?been'' reduced at Savannah to We will sell for ten days at less ,
Will sell cheap. P,*.. %J Scs'y. PenBa.. .. 135% 135%4
New Method Laundry. .April g .Wholesale and Retail Deidet ia 141 the extent of fifty cents per two hundred Keep your home refrIge- than cost: .1 ,
.P.---------: }$ 140,4 : It Is Intimated No. 2 Mackerel 2 for 15c. .!
and and
eighty pounds
rator full :Of Red Hart "
Steam, Domestic Anthracite C 0 A L' TRY BOSSO'S.CREAM.. PHONE- 1326.I that sales.at, still heavier declines Beer and enjoy life as you Smoked Halibut {very fine) ipc":. !J .' f

Escambia, LOdge No. 15, F. &A. M. 14 and BlacksmithOfflcfr .' I have been made. Common rosins' should. It is the healthiest !- per pound. .: Y.
Special communication of 1 -;No., 43, South Palaloi street, !Telephone 93. CREW NQTICE. t' however, remain1 firm and no new beet made and very Blood! Red Salmon lOc per lb. -

Escambia Lodge, No. '15, F. & ,. Yard corner TarraRona and:Gonzalez stre ts: Phones 6' and. 372 Neimer.tHe.. captain, own. crop arrivals of'the latter-tan be reasonaWy Inexpensive only}pc a bot. Holland Herring (in kits)' GOc- pcikit. -t'

A' A. M., Friday evenIng- May __ 1 W : > ""- "" "' ':T ';' ,_ ers .consignee, of the expected beforlf"June depending tlei: :Always the same. ; .
4th at 7:30: o'clock. Work in __ < : a British. sa"Tap(6n" will be on weather conditions-;: Trade in For sale at all first class Kaiser Herring (in tins) 43c per ,

E. A. Degree. Visitln'g brethren fraternally T--, ; responsible for the debts the lo 'market has been extremelydull saloons.! :. tin. r C ft
I ,- Salacine (imported) Kc- i .
Invited. contracted by the crew of sald'steam.: and buyers' are hbldlng! aloof .' Sausage
BfiYER W. M. pending the'next movement at Savannah : per pound. t
C. D. '
er, i
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W. G. DAILEY. Sec.11R1 Women Can Paint JOHN TRATTLEH, 'by'large interests there. AccordIng The We have a fresh stock of imported '

.Master.i to the belief of conservative deal I Maccaroni, Spagetti, Italian Tom w .
V- I Household Articles PENSACOLA! -LUMBER r CO., ers here, the prices of,spirits and'com- Paste Greek Black Olives Artichokes. : '
Italian HardTack -.
Consignees.. rosin will not seek the former I Navy Bread Pilot Bread ".

SALE: but will in air probability, Boston Brown Bread; French I ;
for"women low levels Lewis
It's easy to >saint household articles like have Bear Co. Bread Russian Caviar and importedFrench 1
as they durIngtile
the ame
chairs, "sideboards, tables or floors if you like, withGranby CREW-NOTICE. average I and Italian Sweet Oils. :;
The fire- which burned meat Neither the.captain, own past season. .
my We the only full line of Francis L Ii
tiarket and grocery Saturday night Ready-Mixed Household Paints a er or:consignee of the Italian NOTICE. Leggett's and Dodson and Brown'scanned l' :
Barktine Lulsa,>'will be Wholesale AgentsPensacola
only slightly damaged the 'groceries who wish to vote in the goods in the city. Gulf City .:;.
411 those
responsible for ,
tnd for the next these will put :JJP! in. Ho cans 25 cents. debts "con "
few days
: must that their Coffee Co.'s "Oa a.ca. Gold Standard .1
15th see
be tracted by the -crew of said vessel primary, May: !
sold at fire sale prices. Call at.the. I Blend and GoJ..o
ire 'paldnot l later than Friday Daybreak, ,;
old> stand 'corner Alcaniz and Jackson Saunders Mill Company poll 4th.' Fla. den Rio Coffee for sale. They.arf all '
trees Consigned to Master Captain.! ; May .
J. S. ROBERTS high grades and give perfect utlsfac*
21 East Garden Shoot.I L f
Za3L G. J. MORGAN. Phone 717. TRY BDSSO"S CREAM. PHONE 1323. Tax Collector. I Una ,; ,




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r t,'! Your Shoes 5.IPORTS Cake ,." m-1eSaturday}. I ll T ,IT T T TIE[ -rti ___'_c', 1t FULL

There is joy !n'"Claim-Ail-Burg"and : Old.
woe in Birmingham. The cause of It at'. .... DEMOCRATIC.PRIMARY[ i
f and all is that Atlanta defeated Birmingham P XPRE55
:: in three of the four games play- RfPaaoI
ed with Vaughan's relics and youngs-
ters. Harry Vaughan and the Birmingham Rosenau & Gerelds'

fans are, telling each other r
l SOX' stories' over"the long 'distance tele- -r' :' ?. Quaker
phone. Billy Smith and his Atlanta .STORE?<:

bunch are celebrating well earned ... ; .

J'..., Both will be all right and victories.Rain prevented game. Domnick"Mullaney.the! ShreveportNewOrleans ,: ,;!b Y 'f.' -; How .Names fill d Appear< on the Rye of

comfortable if
you get I since he took charge of the Montgomery t t
t:. them here. Foot comfort team has evidently put life and Gadsden :Street Ticket to Be Voted tin DELIVERED FOR
is our long suit-Oxfords,
; ginger into the 'gang. Both games '
t Crossett-from Hanan, Douglass$2.50.to and played with Mullaney in charge have "FEpwortli Hay y 15-:. 2 is' the utmost good in whiskey. 1229
t been won by the Sleepville bunch. Today .
650. Hosiery in white", League. .
Birmingham playIn
Montgomery and
i black, tan, gray and pretty the Ala- In order that 'the' Icambia county
Montgomery.- fans in Millions
combinations. bama capital city are anxious to, film electors may become familiar with the spent to preparea jfl CHAS.BLUM&CO
form and arrangement the names 517 AND 519 WEST BAY Si.
will be left
Birmingham and no stone
unturned to accomplish the trick. of'the various candidates as they will perfect product.--years JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
f Twenty-Five Cents. I Jacksonville in the South Atlantic Lawn Fete' appear on the official ballot to be voted ,
t league still leads. in the primary to be held May unofficial 15th taken to ripen it. A! --
Boston sprung a surprise,yesterdayin The Journal has-prepared an l Morris
Hats-softs and stiffs- and ballot which will be"found below.In DannheisserFormerly
the league
; straws and Panamas. New York and the New York team of Saturday, May: 5, signifyingyour choice for any Don't let the dealer give (M
. ( of Dannheisser
$ From rememberthat Bros.
50 cents on up tot the American league won over Phila. candidate the voter should )
.510.The delphia. beginning at 4j30.p, mat, i a cross mark must .be made before Pure Old Rye and Bourbon. Fine
the candidate's'[ name, or on the you just "whiskey1Phone Wines, Beer and Tobacco.

itt" IF I Mrs. Maclay's Residence, I left hand side. If"the cross is madeon r 16, Lewis Bear &Co., Old Hickory Whiskey My
'; 1 RESULTSSouth 35 East Wright St. by the Junior I the right hand side the vote will .. 5. 404-408 Palafax St. and 2-1&Main St., Specialty
STANDINGJND Auxiliary of Christ's_.ciurch) ,,"-.There not count for the office in which this Pensacola, Fla, 12 W. Zarragossa Street
will be a May pole dance, a Gypsey error is made.. PENSCAOLA. FLO:UDA.
John White Atlantic League tint, several charades : refreshments Any marks appearing on the ballot
'" I: Won;'Lost Pct and sale of fancy articles.ADMISSION (other than the cross) for identflca -
Jacksonville. .. .. .10 5 667
Phone Augusta. .. .... ... .10 6 625 iFiREE. Hon or mutilation, will invalidate election VVOODAllldnds
same and the inspectors of
Charleston.. .. ...I..8
8 500 ,
will not --- ------ ------- -
i ZZS.r :Macon. .. .. .. ....7 & 438 count the ballot. that you want
Savannah .. .. .. .... The ballot) as prepared is as follows:
! 7 9 438 Coronet Old Tom and Dry Gin
205.207 S. PAALFOX ST.Tetley's Columbia. .. ... .. 5 11 306Yesterday's Unofficial Ballot. ,
,, SHIPPINGNE5[ Democratic Primary Election held "-- -
I: May 15, 1906. Make a cros (X) mark OAK AND PINE

Result. before the name of the. candidate of --. -. '. -- .. -
Savannah 7, Columbia
3. your choice. cheaper than you can buyIt
t Charleston '2, Jacksonville 1. JI
anywhere. Any size you
i Augusta. Macon 4. .
I Arrived; For Representative In Congress. want.

-, Cimbria, Danish, ss, 1855, :Hanson, (Vote for one) Husband Gone \VithoqtMon'ey\
Southern League. ( ,
Manzanillo to Cary & Col
Tea ,Won Lost Pet Annie M. Brit schr., 397, Carter, WILLMM, B. LAMAR. E:. G. SEWEll
Shreveport.. .. .. ....15 3 828! Mantas to J. A. Merritt & Co. JEFFERSON D., STEPHENS. -. Every man,who has a wife is. placing her. future in jeopardy .
., Half-pound 30c, 40c, 55&, Birmingham. .. .. ..15 5 750 I Cleared. if he is not carrying ample life insurance. Phone 614.COFFEE.
New Orleans ... v. .?. 9 7 56 3; For Jutice.of: :Supreme Court
Three Atlanta., tf .. ;;.,..10 8 556 Kirkstall, light. Brit. str.. 1162\"II'f.J,. Iflnde, Belize (Vote for twoTHD51A444) Get Assurance, Not For a Day, But For All Time.The .

generations Memphis. .. .. .. .. 5 /8 385
of Nashville .. .. .. .... 6 12 333 Combria, Danish Str. 1855'. Hanson ; CLARKECHARL Equitable furnishes it. Send us your name, age and

x success.- Montgomery. .. .. .. 5 11 306 Tampa. bunker coal.. 13. P&RKHIL/L.. t..address. 421 million dollars SS guarntees.the. prompt. !
Little Rock.. .. .. ... 2 13 13Yesterday's 3 Cimbria, Sailed.'str- J. ,B. WHITFIELDc: payment of every policy. "
Sr Joseph Tetley & Co. Danish 1855 Hanson,,
Tampa. For Railroad Commissioner. Gen 1 Arts
ResultAtlanta Insuranfei Knowles"Bros
London, England. 4,.Birmingham 3. (Vote for.two) Pensacola We are the Pioneer

, ) Montgomery 6, Nashville 4. VESSELS IK "QRT. ]lid! In Coffee Roasters of
Shreveport New Orleans. (wet Steamshlpi.Bainbridge THOiMlAS J. APPLEYARD.. .'. .
'). L. REESE J. MENDEL grounds.) Br ss, 1193, Smith, Newport E, B. BAILEY. .. West Florida.McHUGH'S' .

Reese .& Mendel National-League. Birmingham News to H.Br.Baarg.ss, ,2612,, Baltimore R.:. A.HUDSON BLTTOH.BURR.N. ., .. +.....H PEfN9B..........DOLE............'............... i

Won Lost 'Pc t. to Gulf Transit,Co. '
The Home Tailors, New York. .. .. ...15 4 789 Cal'o Domingo, Br 'ss '1713, Friend.; (Vote for For one)State" (Senator- .. I Iron Works and Supply Co. i BLENDS
'. Chicago!. .. .. .. ...12 6 667 Galveston, to Gulf' Transit Co. -. .
\ Pittsburg.. ? ., ...10, 6 625 Chelford. Br ss, 1707 Wood Tamp JOHN S. BEARD'--' Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS,
1bJ Builders Philadelphia.. .... .10 8 556 co to order.Haslington. FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP have no equal. Atria)
Boston. II .II. H.,.. 8 10 44 4 Br ss 1220 Willis. For County Representatives. REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given 'to all 'orders, i
St Louis. .. .,.' ..., 7 9 438 Kingston to Gulf Transit: Co (Vote, for two) =-. day or night Agents for James McKay & CQB celebrated Log and will convince the con

Cincinnati.. .. .I7 15 318 Hersilia, Ger ss,. 1295f: Euler, Tarn M. 0.: BAGGm.wrkCHAfi '.>, Timber Dogs, also chainsof descriptions. Office phone.123. Residence noisseur that we
Brooklyn.. .. II .. .. 414 222 pa, to So. States Ltor. Co. M-'COSTON. 1 phone 1029. P. O. Box 123. PHIL WITT: 'IAN. Mgr i
Of Kirkstall, Br. ss, 116J,. made. Faro, M. JACOBY. t ".""" ....."."..............."' '''NOINIINNNNNNNININNIIOi1jIN1001NNNIWIHNII011 make no extravagant
Yesterday's Result to J. A. MerrItt & Co. .
J. B. LONG. '
tf ELN(4 Philadelphia 5, Brooklyn 4... ? Louise Ger ss 14JJO, .Bohndorf, Ant. GEO: T. MORGAN. t claims. ,'
St Louis 4.. Cincinnati 1. werp to J, Schreyer.' :
J. ;7R.
: 'L Men'sFine Boston 3. New York 0. Rlbston, Br ss, 2185, Robinson, RIde o .
-. Janeiro, to W. S. Keyser & CoTapton /: i 'For County T1'a 5uter. Wholesale and RetailGROCERS!

,- American League. Brit ss, '2300, Trattles. ,Fun' : (Vote'for one) v;JV; Gas Has Become Both a Comfort arid' a' I
Won, Lost Pet chal, to Pensacola Lbr. Co.' I *
\1 Philadelphia. .. .. ..9 6 60!9) Vida, Nor ss, 976, .Arressen, Card!-I Inas. JOHN .GVWELSH/'" I. ; *
L $ Cleveland.. .. .. ....8 7 533 to Hyer & Co. i, J. E. WILLIAMS.: .V+T .
Detroit.. .. .. .. .....8 7 533 ghlpl.. ; I THOS. F, WRIGHTON. Necessity In the Kitchen. i and all kinds of Feed:!
Chica'go.' .. .. .. .. ?6 6 500 Canara, It!. ship, 1495/Repetts, Genoa i
t t 4 Washington.. .; .. .. .8 8 500 to Master. /s/ .ForTaztolleor.- i Stuffs.
1 j Clothes. St Louis., .. .. .. ..8 9 471 Harvest Queen, Brit ship, Forsyth,I (Vote for one) ..= It removes that increasing toil that meant fretting and .
New York... .. .. ..7 8 467 Rio Janiero to order. ... | worrying and heat and muss. 'A few years ago it waS a
k New and uptodateme ol Springand Boston. .. .. H .. ..6 10 375 Ophelia, Nor ship. 1127, Larrsen, N. MK. OBRTUNG luxury-now It is a necessity in every well regulated' :
;, Summer Suitings! and Trouser Dunkirk. J. 8. ROBERTS. | household. It is Inexpensive becausei no fuel Is. wasted : Pluto WaterWholesale
L ings Yesterday's Result Let us put in a cooking range and water heater. See! .
Suits from $17.50 to $50.UO. Washington 6, Boston 4. Bant. For Tax. them at, our office. Our demonstrator will be glad to +
Trousers from J5.00 to 15.00 Cleveland 6, St. Louis 0. Antigua, Nor bk 1348, Ferguson, (Vote for one) show them to you.
t Join our Gentlemen's Suit Cluo. New York 6. Philadelphia 5. New Orleans to A. Zellus. .' W. W. RICHARDS. i and Retail

tt. Costs only Jl-50 per month for pressing Detroit 9, Chicago 2. Luisa,. Ital. bk. 1591.,-Mootano" from For Members Board'of..Public Instruction. .
Nolloth to master. -
t and small repairs.

t Ir .women's Dyeing Clothes and Cleaning a specialty.of men's ana B. Spiegel Given 1204 up N.to Die.Virginia ,. Paalo Angelo. Nor, Ital bk'bit''756 1136; ,' Lund Bezzo.Parkwood. (Vote for one" in each. district. ) Pel1sacola Gas Company I New Orleans Grocery Co

J I (four Give business.us a trial We, will appreciate five Evansville,I Ind., writes: "For over St guard Precursore, St Nazaire, Ital bk to, Order.Schiafflno' 1508. District Iv'o;l. i; ; Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. |I
' years was troubled with kidneyand WM. E. ANDERSON.
PANAMA'' HATS Genoa to Rosasco Bros. Jas. McHugh
s AND bladder affections which causedme '. District No..2.. 1NNNNINN1INIINNNle1111.11NININIIN.. ,
jt. BLOCKED. much pain and worry. I lost fles'a Sr.hoonera..Annie .- ..,' H. G. DeSILVA. ; i, Phone 105. Proprietor
i' REES -MENCcEL TAILORING CO. and was all.run flown, and a year agohad F. Kimball, Amer., sch- 337. District No. 3, : .
Phone 675. 11 N. Palafox St. to abandon Sweetland Havana to master. I
wor entirely. I had W. M. AGERTON. O.IIN11111111NN.N+!111111/1/111111lNIN1l1111.4M
threo of the best ohvsfclans' whn rtirf Donna Christina. Am sch, llic Lend, W. _B..HHBBARD. :
-.-- me no good and I : : 165, Cardenas. V .
was practically given I
": up to. die. Foley's Kidney Cure I For Supervisor. of Registration. I Just Receiveda
was recommended and the first bottl Do Not be Imposed Upon. (Vote for one) : i PORCHV T.
gave me great relief and after taking i
Foley & Co.r Chicago, originated II.
" I ri ;: f the second bottle I was entirely cur Tar W. M. J. SCOTT. fine line of
1If Honey and as a throatand lunj '
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If. II4kd 1 1I ed.CARPENTERS For sale by W.AND A:JOINERS.D'Alumberte. and merit remedy Tar and,and many popularity on imitations account of !Fbjey's of are the offeredfor Honey great For(Vote County for--one--Commissioner) Dist. No. 1:, ; ; :FURNITURE.]: : ', ,;t\\;:: ..; j Fishing Tackle, Casting

Joint meeting Friday, May 4 of Carpenters the genuineThese worthless Imitations J. B. ROBERTS. ,.. ". I IWow's Nets, Shrimp Nets,
'p'Ow C. F. ZEEK.. :
and! Joiners Locals Nos. 74-107 have similar sounding names !
" and 459. :,(Full attendance requested.H. Beware of them. The genuine Foley'a Minnow Seines
1'i'1 (For County CommIssioner. Dist.. No. 2. I. the season for porch rockfr's, settees, hammocks, : ,
' PAULSEN. Sec. Honey and Tar is in a yellow pack (Vote for one) etc. To see those we have is to'want them and.the low .
t'i't age. Ask for it and refuse any sub price makes them possible. Nothing quite so inviting 0 Bait Pails.
PHONE 1326. stitute. It is the best
remedy for
JNO. A. MERRITT. now of an evening as to drop into a' big porch rocker' .
t SKATING EVERY AFTERNOONTHIS coughs D'Alemberte.TRY and .colds. For sale by.W. A. WM. J. SENNOTT.For I ,, with arms, or a hammock. : : Large stocks of the latest
WEEK 4 TO 6. LADIES AND :: County Commissioner 'Dist> No. $. Hammocks $1.75 up to $4.00 :'S Large stock of I t

r f 1 CHILDREN SPECIAL RATES. BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE.;me (Vote for one) Vudor Chair Hammocks 350. .- TENNIS GOODS, f

JAS. M. ANDREWS. Reed and Cane Seat Rockers $1.75 and $2.00. ,. A: COMPLETE LINE BASEBALL ;
q --
j % REMEMBER, THE SKATING RINK Vudor Porch Shades $3.50 $4.50 and $6.00 < GOODS ;
A. C. JR. put up. :,-: ,, .
,J .L J .! W..A. SHELBY.For i Crex Grass Rugs for porch coverings, 50c to $9.00. !

1 The 1908 Model! i County Commissioner Dist. No. 4. ROLLER KATES. !
M. C: A. JUNIORS: TO i' .
I I (Vote for one). ANYTHING YOU WANT IN i
I Call on or write !
I'r I junior members: of the Young I H'C. CLOPTON. MARSTON & QUINA i
f: Jien' Christian Association will gin, I JNO. A. WIGGINS.For s

:a reception to their friends at 7:30 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148 Pensacola, Fla. :L F. B. BRUCE !
''r "clock tonight at the Y. M. C. A. with its new billing,.attachments County Commissioner. No. 5. ,
'VALD AiOllLDED TROUSERS: building.: There will be an indoor and instantly interchangeable car (Vote for-one) 11001........ / .... ..........;.. ............ ....! ] l
; : of baseball and riages, tabulator and i
game refreshmentswill two $]lQr
JAS. R. STEWARD. __.. .
Although ready-to-wear, ar be served. 'Thtf_parents of the I ribbon movement, is\h most com -=-r-- "" _> _,.. ""

-t; custom made in' everything except junior members are especially invitedto plete combined"T..' : .For Justice of Peace.- .'District No. 2.. ..*.H'f.** W-J5 -1.: Hffl.s1.H. ". H
i:: being cut to individual be presant. t (Vote for one) o' We Want to
f- but BillingamiCorrespondence -r-- DIAMONDS WATCHES |
measure; any trousers of J. L. BELL. ; J JEWELRY. ,
this make ia your size will fits Do You Love
if made especially for you. I your baby YOU wonder why he cries.' J. D..GOSS._ '" CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZ3E I Show VisitorsOur
In this collection )'OU' will find ; Buy a bottle of White's Cream Verml- R. L.GEO. NIOHElS'ENJ'"- STERLING SILVERWARE '
dconservative. and extreme cuts, fuge and he will never cry. Most ba-i J machine manufactured. Designed J. SLOCUMB) f
i made of finest patterned bies have worms, and the mothers! as it was for fast service,built for ART POTTERY OPTICAL ,. handsome new ironing ,
worsteds hard use recommended by For Justice of Peace*'District No. 5.' GOODS, .? machine for household :
s. and cassimeres $3.00 to don't know jt. White's Cream Perm and guaranteed against experts, (Vote forgone) \ CUT .linens Cost a thousand
I p1 $5.60 per pair. fuge rids the t White and Fancy Washable cleans out its. system in a- pleasantway. J..M. HARRISON-
: Vests, the new styles and pat. Every mother should keep a \ nothing too good or ton
.:=: terns, $1.00 to $2.50. bottle of this medicine inthe house. Typewriter For Justice of Peace;District No. 7. and Fine : i expensive to add to Oil! ;
Engraving Stationery. equipment that will In
"x. With it, fear need never enter her (Vote for one) ,. > ;

11 mind. Price 25c. Sold by all drug for producing the most woj work in 1 r1 turn add satisfaction to
'iS.. gists. the shortest time with the least effort. JAS,E. HANKS.J. < i J our customers. Let m!

Write today for full d sc pUoo., & RIKARD, :.. i !! Mail Orders Receive call for your"wash." f
! H. O. ANSON REMEMBER THE SKATING RINK Local Agents wanted for i Prompt Attention..
Following this: wm
unoccupied territory.: .be the candidatesfrom : : I Star
IS PROM( each precinct:'for) members. of "'"" i
BAND. the executive committee.
i. CASH CLOTHIER, MajesticBldg., .Chicago I !
\\E. Laundry.
Zadek i
Jewelry Go. i
f Corner Pilafoi and Main. TRY BOSSO'S CREAM PHONE 132 6. SKATING EVER .. lAFTERNOON t
,' ... .204'West Bay Street, THIS WEEK 4 TO 6., 'LADIES AND. 4 MOBILE, ALA. I Isiai : 37 & SarOen St, Phone 11$.
:i-,}. ? SKATING TONIGHTS 70,10:30 '. JACKSONVILLE- FLA.' CHILDREN SPECIAt;.RATES. N> *#** fl'l i' ? I I-H.. M :t# Penticola pin.i' .
I., ;:':if z v "v

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., t ._-_--. ....;/. --...r.<" '!Ih-.><:-" ."<." ,..-_'..",.7'-. _.-..'-. .W.'_, .;r""J.'___ :.!.J" -,,. _-'"" '\-1 : h __.., ""'';"-;; ",",. -, '_,..J.._."1\o.-t_'\0':10"f_ : !': '- ._._,-'...... ,-,.,, '. i1 ..,;:. i15i, ',f. !"i: J .: 't.:$" "", ''''_ ."e.........' .. .. .- -