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 8, 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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Change Proposed on Ground that! Articles r FBE[ H GREAT[ T'P i'f. li.l"

Believes that Minor I U.) S. Courts I. SaysVolusia is Solid for :
County -' B
ATER[ f FRONT of Religion Do Not Meet Existing, PASSENGERS. FROM *

Should! Not Be Allowed d to '. P PROBLEM[ &* )HAVANA STOP CANNOT IN MOBILE_ $* "Charley" Parkfiill .and En- :i i)1 I); ':'

Needs Church. :
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Injunctions. I 1 By Associated Press., ,. # dorses Jno. S. Beard. ; / '

PROPERTY .', By Associated, Press '1| commission! to represent this ,church I Ipreparation. Mtfbile, May 7.The quarantine :'- J.J 5'f !!
." Such commission ''was % board today adopted a : f' !
B'.rminghanCMay: 7. At today's seSSion Concentration of'San Francisco P
and C. resolution that all through *
UNABLE TO ATTEND .was: ordered appointed .Rev. pas- .VOLUSIA CO'S LAN i
of the general conference of the' W.. Carter of Louisiana; named wita.'uie sengers from Havana for points *

Methodist Episcopal' Church, a resolution fwV introducers of the resolution' Sufferers Into Fewer Camps north and beyond the state v H illi. ;
BOUGHT U J JMayor line, arriving on a vessef havv ,* c :
concerning: the preparation of as'the-commtttee. j > '
a new statement "of doctrinal faith of :Complaint was lodged against the ;: Considered d Necessary, ing a medical' inspector on # Senator Call's Former ft :i
Deliberations of Senate Account t Prlrats
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the Methodist church was introducedby Episcopal :.administration of Bishop H.' board, be allowed to, enter Mo. !

W; F!Tillett and W R. Lambuth 'C.: :Morrison,, of New Orleans, related bile but be require4 'fo take *;; t

,of Illness.RACE of' the Tennessee conference., The/to. differences' between the --Rayne CVER QUARTER OF A MLLIONj the first train out of the city Secretary Throws Bopts. ",' ., I
Bliss and Associates t Pur- I preamable! sets forth the belief Memorial Church of New Orleans, and after arrival. This action was '*< :
i that in their present..form: the articles Bishop Morrison. !II j: ,RATIONS STILL BEING ISSUED taken on information to the $ t !

ISSUE RAISED IN CONNECTION ''chase Valuable'Cevailos! religion do not meet existing needsof I During the daY many memor'.als BY ARMY'FFICERSpROVI( *' board that Havana was .determined tiE SAYS VOtLUSlA WILL INSIST ( { .:. J JON
quarantine ;against all *
the church as.a. statement of tSe "wer' presented to the, conference. '
WITH RAILROAD' RATE Street Din -. dqctrinal system of evangelical Meth'tamong which we're 'a cian'ge in the SIONS 'AfiE GETTING SCARCE'*> gulf ports, excepting. those of HAVING .JNO.3TIL1.MAN' ; ;., t''t"!' .'' 1

odist'Armlnia ism also' the different boundaries. of the North Georgia con-. 'tli \ Florida. : -< :.
,. branches of Methodism: represented In ;; provision 'superannuated
SOUTHERN SENATORS-UNCLE I ", the Methodist conference, shouU unite: ministers; .'proyldfog that ei* fears bet BOILED. *i .a HH $HH ?J MARCH 4, 1909-HIS HOME OPEN :i. J ::1'1
STATED THAT IT IS INTENTION in the preparation of such a state- fixed as ..the" lim'.t: for '.ministers, in- ... : H.(;

JOE CANNON'S BIRTHDAY I ment .as is now required. It is urgedin 1 t stead''of.four }'ens.: and that the sal- \ TOPEOPLOFESOAM5IAQiN.-3' !Ff I
OWNERS the resolution 'That the college of.aries of bishops be four thousand dola'rs. !-'I r HAD A: STROKE TY.The. "' ,'j ;} "'
ANNIVERSARY FITTINGLY NOTICED HAVE ERE TEO"A MODERN HOTEL ..: bishops be requested' to appoint a cornmiss'on ,; I I 1 I By Associated." Press. I

of,five memfoers, one of whomis \1ce President Palrijankg over the San Francisco,. May 7.-The great _ S .of B.
.problem for officials, and OF PARALYSIS ..;;
EXTENDING INTO THE WA tQ beblshQp.! to, invite other long -distance te1e none' today: an- military -; ... 01'-'
a-- he'would ': civil, to handle nw. Is the collectionof following very Interesttaj &ad '., i i' '
branches of Methodism in the' pre nbunced' that \ ;; not be able to
By Associated Preu. TER-THE PARTICULARS. such'statement of faith and reach Birmingham aitil .next Sunday refugees into the smallest possi-- characteristic letter has teen reeelT-" J, ":.
paring cf : Soeclal to The JournaL; "
Washington May 7.-In the senate I He number' of large camps. The from Hon. J. B. Alexander of De> % *
ed :
Is 'HIs address will W'postpoiaed .
-doctrinal ;
expression system night Crestiview
as May Evangelist Ke- ,
Taliaferro of Florida, question sanitation is Involved for
today Senator : ,.
1 better known "Jeemi, prl< -
for In' day th's until next. Land
the Monday
cajled present with the gel, who has been conducting a revival 'j'
of lllnes'sof it is
stated account the people'scattered
that on -
V. t practically Senator Wilkinson I '
C. H. Bliss; 0. L. Bass and G. meeting at the Congregational vate secretary to I ::
Mr. wouldbe impossible to violations
his colleague Mallory Green have purchased lots 100 apd 37 I prevent Call: when the latter represented Florida : J
church concluded t'
prevented from attending any fur. in block 7, Old City. The property t. of sanitary rules whereas, if R3V.. P. C. same Sunday:of ight. "in the U. S. :Senate. MT. Alexander t. .
Miners be'watched Westville '
ther of1 the railroad rate : Anthracite concentrated, they .can '
consideration street Continue is practicing law at DeLand, <
bilL fronts on the water on Cevallos better. It Is proposed to organize a' has been in attendance at the revival now : .Ff
rather'he is.farming and practicing l'I. ,
and gives the purchasers together wHo ] meeting here. or I.!
Mr.Taliaferro presented a 'statement Award of Strike : model.camp.: at Hamilton,square. | "on the side." He writes follows .t .." ,r
other property they own 580 feet of r Cotntnission from Judge E. W. Carter was stricken law as ..
giving Mallory's views that he should The; reliesituation, an army :".. "l 'F
water. front in that sectionof with : '
property paralysis -f'i;
Wednesday morning at
support the bill but believed the bill/ standpoint is summarized, by tha following -
should be amended to prohibit m'nor the city. By Associated Press. All miners who.' qd id f. commit violence statement. 'issued today: : bis: home at Auburn 4 miles north of "Jeems's" Letter. ..1: :fi-;

United States courts from granting I An effort was made to ascertain the New York, May' 7.-After negotia- against per5OUor4pTDperty' will rations! were issued Friday to 273,613 fcere, and was unable to: either movecr DeLand Fla., May 4, 190S. .. J ,''j' '. '
exact cons'.deration.: but the purchasers : speak for some time but we areglad -: ;
the tions covering nearly three months persons; Saturday. : -to, 230,207 and Editor Pensacola Journal: j. ; .
preliminary injunctions against :
operation of the orders of the Inter I. refused to divulge this information the subcommittee representing the be rthpI red and/dionfe Trill' be' dis ..requisition. for',,Sunday numbered to hear that he is recovering and The circular letter of the 'Democratt,, : ,:L' i .
state Commerce Commission. stating that the sum expended; (anthracite miners and operators of .criminated. .agaioSt, for iiy. part they' 264.070. ." hopa to soon see the 'genial judge. on of EscamWa' county enclosing bloc '- ';i;.' .1 .. '.

will go into 'thousands. Eastern Pennsylvania to-day agreed 'may hav* tale In}thq strfte. I' Genera Greeley says they have on i our streets agal graphical! sketch of Judge Chas B. ; :. ';{t '; ;.
From what can be learned If appears agrjeement'is subject ratification ;: 'carl ads"of flour Mr. W. R. White has, moved downin "
RACE ISSUE IN THE confnua" the await of the strike This to hand fifteen and po Parkhill, and requesting the support 'to '1 -
R A 11 ROAD RATE 'BILL a that the"new owners are : another'( three Y: ars"and! by.the1 MIn Workers at tatoes. Other 'vari ties.of. 'provisions. 'the woods near the bay where he of all: Democrats for this distinguish4 4: ,: ';
110 to what Uncle
get Sam has
anxious ta erect a hotel on 'theproperty men will return to' work as soon Scranton .t<>:D1 rt w. hilt th rd isI:1t'e are scarce1 gentleman for his present seat oa- '} .' ',_ '

""Washington May' 7.-The senate extending? part of the building practicable, probably. next. Mon ( doubt that they jfttj} approve the' The health department to-day ordered promised all homeseekers. Quite a the supreme bench of the state re '; ,'r; .
Ito the water; Should the hotel "be day. f action/of their"representatives.-'f... all milk boiled before being lot of our townspeople bare availed ceived. ir',
spent thegreater portion of the day I "T: ? '' themselves of the homestead law in S .
it will have three entrances, -:: sold.. .}
I am glad to that Judge Parkhill'! : ..
on one amendment to the.r.alroa.i! rate Cevalles: Government and Zarragossa ,. : that section and we soon'ex to : ..
bill but inste dof accepting U.-"adopt"ed i it to front. A ralJ.road'from will receive the solid Democratic vote 4 .: -
fee the
a l1Jb 1tute. The, provision, which streets.Mayor Mr.Bliss-land Green who Q..is L,interestedwith Bass, is I Office Surveyor: i (1 Jera1r. : : KIL1JNGi1AR' here to the bay for .logging in this Vplusla county, and in fact -. ; ;;. :; : : .'

' was the 'basis of discussion, was sug- 1Yaw.n..oL..J.b. JeI1tu. b.t ,' ** i '_ purposes ss, already talked< of. the whole of south Florida, where hala !,i1': .
--&esfed"by 'Senator" SfaraKerT rpr6tlb7P : peu1. --! > :: : : 1 .TreU- and favorably known. .: ; .i.
tentiary: Frankfort Ky : :;; ifF1oridM4bi1iShcdSy 1 -" ; A 'very quiet wedding -tookplace '\ .. .: :.
tog the granting of rebates passes, : c., -> ARRABELLE Thurea&y. night at ths Powell House! They, cal\ him "Judge" la Tallahas ,. ,1,J' I
dtawbacks" or special rates to passengers \ when Miss Sallie Powell was wedded: see.but Wall known him and call him c.:': .j .
'on railroads, and also prohibiting BOARD OF HEALTH: Associated Press. I Roosevelt that the office,of surveyor r.Speefaj to Mr. E. W.-Oameron of-HoItsl Roth ."'Ch4rl 'y" down here. Yes, Charley- :< ,{'- t'..oj

discriminations in accommodations : : general o ilorida has been abolish to The Journal. the contracting parties are very Parkhill has many warm personal and -i t i !
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Tallahassee Fla '
where, equal rates are paid. .'jMay, 7.Secretaryted and directing; him:.to take charge of Carrabe.' May 7. William' J, Ham popular young people. :Miss SaJ1i ,.i$ political 'friends in South' Florida, and .1-; ;.

The discusson: took on a broad HOLDS MEETING of State Crawford today received of:} the official! ,..records,, The order becomes shot and instantly killed Dan Roberts the daughter of our 'popular hotelman I am glad to be classed among that : ": ' .

range covering first the pass question, ... ficial" notification, from Pres'dent effe tive'June30.. / at Mcintyre; a'outthirteeu miles from and Mr. Cameron a naval stores number. u t' '< *' '.
then {the race question in southern -- -- .... / Oarrabelle late Saturday;evening. Ham operator of the firm of Cameron and. Will. Hear From Beard. ; ; K" ;i *.

states. The 'race issue was raised in The reguar! monthly meeting of e : came in ,d'rep9rted: the.1dlling. and Corbett, of Holts.- We. wish 'them 8.. ''Escambia ,has another candidate j' : ',1 ,
connection.with the clause relative 'I the Board of Health ook,place; yesterday The Average Weight surrendered.' Judge' ;Waithan and happy journey through life whose name and fame has reached '

discriminations, which was interpreted I .at noon.. Only Business of a Deputy Sheriff Walden: left on the our section of the state and we are -

as referring to separate cars for routne! character wa? transacted. I : of Cotton: Bales early tra'n for the scene of'the killing sorry that we will not be able to cast '

the races. City Physician .Pisrpont submitted to hold an.inquest on the body. COLORED ORDER'SANNUAL avote for him .in the coming primary, '
The race issue called out- warm pro. his monthly report, which showed Mr. Putrial who was struck on the ,but we hope to have the privilege &3 ;.'k

tests from Senators Bacon Money, I that the sanitary: inspectors,. made ,Nw Orleans, May 7.-iSecretary. end.ing May, 1 516.06 $unds, against! head with gunby one George Pres- MEETINGThe :well as the pleasure of doing so at no :
Culberson and .other southern mem': (T.266 inspections and of this'' number Hester makes the actual average1 I 1 520.20pounds last year, decrease ofj I ton, a negro died aboijt 3 o'clock Sat distant day. I refer to my old friend, j -z

bers. Money? declared he would not 5.412 were reported in condition, weight of the 7,960,369 bales of the L .14.. State averages are:. .Georgia urday.: Preston was -carried to Apalachicola Hon. John S. Beard, who will be the 'j 'i :'' .'
support 'a' rate bill which raised the'leaving 1.947 'ordersd cleaned. Five, cotton crop, embracing port receipts &04.60; South Carolina 489; North to be. pu4in the county jail of ablest brainiest and most eloquent,, i ;; ','

race issue. pulberson offered a substitute hundred and ninety-three copies of' and overland -for the eight months I Carolina. 493. till court cpnyenes/ International fifteenth! annual Order gathering-of Twelve man in the next legislature. In send ti ;<., : I

omitting( all reference to the! the mosquito 'ordlnJnce'were' / distributed .r I the Knights and Daughters of Tabor, a ing him! to the senate,.EseamSbia coun- :;:i:. i.,..
race question which was accepted. during the month, .which} completes colored mutual !benefit organization. ty honors not only herself but the ea-,. Y r : _
the distribut'on.! Four thou- -
I tire state of Florida, and mark my.worHs .
Pensacola "
will in today r. (
BIG OVATION sand, fiv,3 hundred minnows 'were e- convene John will '.. ,
GIVEN Ths first session will be called to' order Beard yet be bear \ :... .{. .1.
UNCLE JOE CANNON posited In Butcher Pen Pond, 2,000 A i'J i ; in the highest councils of our Nation.! 1 ;-1 i. \ .
in In Sunset Lake / by G. E. Newstell, C. G. M, pre- : I..
Long Hollow 3,500
siding officer of this Jurisdiction.The No state in the Union can boast o. .'t'i.ff -
Washington, May 7.-Speaker Can- and 3,000 in a pool of water In Stod- order has a total membership two abler and more eloqu-ent.menthan4 .l';:'' : }

non was seventy years old loda-y.1 dart neighbmhood.rDr. :, in the United States .of about 200,000 these two young statesmen of Escam.Vbia it'4 .i,
called attention- the
When he appeared"in' the doorway and Pierpont .' and of this number Florida has about -John Beard and Charley Park' !J ":} :i'; -
throwing of empty cans on :streets !
until he reached his pace? continued of MIL ]
from burnt build 800 ''and nearly 600 .are. residents I '' '
the debris,
applause followed his After and .. to the numberof John 'p'
steps. : :! Pensacola. Delegates and Bill. ): i
"claims has been
the demonstration the house settled ings in which washed he out portions; of a: dumped street- ( .Eccg over-'one. hundred have already arrived Yolusia countyhas shown her :..' ,.!;.},.:' .

down to a big day's work, passing This menace Dr. Pierpont believes ?.J5UPP'.Y from different parts' of 'Florida. and affection for Escambda m.i ;:'> {. ';' : :

forty-five .bills, covering, a wide range will afford a breeding place for mos and,Alabama. giVing'her. or at least lending her fora" ; ': i1-; : .:
subject. This was done in spite ofWiliams quitoes.. He asks that, the same be: :J 'The address of welcome "to the delegates time, two of her best and most pop.c C" ;;" "
of : willb delivered by Judge
Mississippi, and repeated ular sons-John Stillman and Bill Jf
filibustering tactics and frequent buried I .- -_ James R Landrum at' AI) n A. 31.'E. ? :"} F1:
suggestions Allen. I-t
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of "no quorum". by demo church where all ,business'meetings of, "Uncle Sam" may send: them homg' ..: ', !..
FUNERAlS will be held! :;
crats. DEATHS the order after 1908 for Hearst '
Bryan or Bailey r1', :, [
following is the program ..
.. The
:-- will then be givin'g orders and awe */ '_ .'"i
Washington, May 7.: The senate today to-day: think so much of John and Bill' 'i"; '
W. H. Tratner. Session .at 11 o'clock a. m, : :'
in ; opens
executive session, confirmeJ down here, they may be ordered home. i ..T '
'D. M. Kirby as postmaster at Palatka, All that was mortal of the J late W. Saba :Meroi Degree; Appointing com i As a rule such transfers will be madw t "-r tl. l',f'I
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Florida. H. Trainer was laid to rest yesterday Ji Jc mittees.! i'before JI
session-Roll call Col- breakfast after 'March 4th,1909, 3-:" '. !
Afternoon ;
afternoon beneath ,the shade of the : I I I but John and Bill will be allowed to* 'i., r
pines in St. John's cemetery. The ) I IH lecng! t xes. 'I remain until early dinner. > ,.! .
I 7:30 m.-vvel- ;
SHOOTING ( Events p. 1
CAUSES I funeral occurred from the chapel of (JJ)7 %fl/c6-1r ..I ccme address on behalf of the city' Give my love to all the boys in old Ii.: !\i. .
i Northup & Wood and was under the : James R. Landrum. 'j<} Escamt' and tell them that I am' ) -it .
GREAT DISORDER auspices of the Masons, -of which fraternity Response by J. D. Adams: of Montgomery still fanning and raising oranges ant< I'tii'; .".' ,,

the deceased iwas a, member I Ala.,. ',n behalf of the Temples -:grape fruit and practicing: law-on the
_- during his life time.. The solemn'and and Tabernacles, Rev. Sir J. B.>' side to keep the farm and grove going.. ,> \,. '.
IFort de France (Martinique' May impressive services of the Episcopal I WbJ1 I Lake .I Tairview," my country home, f ; ,-

"Advices from Basse, Torr church were conducted. by Rev.. p. H. irC&ktrfl ) (Response by Dr. A- L. Safford of..w hich is three miles east of De>Land. tV't: : .
Guadaloupe, say that Boisnuf, candi-- Whaley. .1 I Birmingham, Ala. I is one of the prettiest spots in' the f f ,1
oate for re-election to the general Deceased was about' 80 years-old at Song by the Taborian Choir, I state. The gates doors and windows -1 7.',. "

council, opened fire from the window the time of his death and during: his Our Order's Mission, by Sir S. A. at Fairview are always .open, day and'! } '; ;.f

of his apartnmt with a rifle yesterday life was prominent Jn affalr Jim Pen- : Jordan, L C. G. M., of Little Rock, night to any one from Pensaola.and. L: I. ..';:

afternoon upon passersby. He sacola. Besides being a member of c1mir1I4rs. rk.' Escambla' county-in fact to ail la: :, :, ; tf .'!
killed two socialists ana' wounded a the Masonic order he was a Knight of Florida. (1 ; :.,J ...
custom house officer. J. E. 1--'i
Pythias. | ALEXANDER,
Boisnuf'a residence was immediately Mr. Trainer was found dead Sunday, : DISTINGUISHED .t..( L .'
sacked by the police 'who also .i J ':<
his West Bel-
at borne
looted other houses beonging! morning on ,. .. .-c-<< '. ..._ : .,...., ..,.. FLORALA VOTES 1.
to several mont street, where: he had resided.for, -.p--- ,____ ___,c ---YJ1'2'.hIi&fl :' >" :-' & : ,, '' EDUCATOR COMING rtj
his friends. '= : 'f -
''There are several versions- of- the some the.time.remains Coroner and held.Lau that ltutti the view'ed de-j -- = -- pi LV" :ti ; ;} : -: ; ':: : ; : '4 .. '. : i

affair ; : J. ...... .- ..... A BOND ISSUE
Jn the ; : ,
differing to the !Io" .
aa had died .from causes.] i .. t. :.1 '
ceased natural ,'1f.if ;:: : ( :; I'
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case. -.' ) ; H of the
j I I The remains of Mr, Trainer" were r 5 1. \ I Principal Clay Armstrong y' iD

Maintenance, of order is assured by followed to their last resting place byta : 4.. :: t;:. f i Pensacola Classical :School, 'has Keen Special to The-Journal. '
the ;r
presence of two French warshipsand large nunrbe'r 'oT friends'," "*bb. had; '.' ; : fortunate in securing ""Dr.. E. B. Craig- .
1 Florala aMy 7.-The
... : twenty-fl : :
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troops. t.- ,
: me : president of Tulane University f.
known and admired him during / .. .. -',' head thousand dollar bond issue t
was car I
for his many1 deed's' of "Wridness i and( ::_: __ ...-ff...:'o." : ,;"':. .' '_, ;;; to deliver the. commencement.address. ;red' by an overwhelming: majority 'at : ;t. : 1.

RllQDEISLND() NOTBADLYDAMAOED nobility of character.Uis,. demise ; _\ :: : 't. '. "-'. ...-.;' for hs school on June 25. .Lthe 'election' held here to-day: !
means that Pensacola loses another -... ...0-.. ,-t1J., ;' This will not only afford Pnsacohans t
citizen who helped ,tq advance the city. :' .-or.' :': an opportunity to hear one of the! STEAMSHIP THROUGHT ;> J! "' '
{ :' greatest educators in the. south. but It i TO BE '
in'every possible way DAMAGED > .i ,
-; .. : ..' .....,.... ..,.;,: > !;,. '. "" is a distinct honor Prof. Arm- The British steamship Ribson which .1.cleare4 i :
f I
Norfolk; May7.-It believed I that Joseph' Qobe.$ ; -'':'" strong's excellent school. The fact for Liverpool late Saturdayafternoon 4 'f'.
we !, The remains'of .Joseph Bob an \ that the Pensacola Classical SchoolIs with nearly two millipn. :/::;'r.t
battleship which
Rhode Island, l
\as old citizen of Pensacola "who'died Sat "' ,,:' ; : .' thus recognized by so distinguished -I feet- of sawn timber was thought "}o' ':.c'i
York floated Sunday -evening 'froia urday .night were linterred 'In ,St.Michael's ... ''". I.c' an educator as the president of. Tu. be sinking after she had been und r 4 ... I,
Spit. .
she grounded Saturday -1 cemetery Sunday' afternoon r j : lane is in itself a matter for congratulation -|way for about a half an hour. She l -.
suffered! but little damage. It is jhe funeral 'portage : 1't by: the school and all of ,Hs'began. to list badly. -The tug E. EL -. <* *-:*.
ported that the ywsei was steam- at 4:30 o'clock. 1 i' AN ANNUL'OCURRENCE. ': I Pensacola will look forward a.ckto < -.
i1I by"a large ; friends. j Simpson towsa' the steamship ,-' 1"
followed to the EXAve :
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.P.GE':"TWO ',t ... ... .-,w'T' .... P' y' .., *.t1" ., i e>,rtSACdSUAOiiRNAL: : .,. _! :,. dlr. SrrJ j.'Y 'MOANING! MAY 8, 190$ f. I.
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B l&T,:JI.-. L' ". .,,... ;,.- :;n', ,' g 1. ;' RECENT[ [ ORDERS[ S SIN ," "

E, ,, % Lagering rs : ageing, (storing for" M .' T ; F 0 R' B E S '

t t maturityhas .much: to do with: ARMY AND N ;

t \ the quamiyi anft. healthfulness"' "
't 11, ,I Qualky Store"
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Changesdtlpemce; t Ordered; 6(
exceeding Atfrat'"of 'any ijvo :Other J reweriesT by Respectiv :Departinents J
+ in the
,: we are enabled to lager our beer'

from four,to, months before being,marketed. During Past Week. ,*:!

; This lagering Brings "out, to tlje utmost, that : -;1 and Thursday

exquisite taste and fine flavor characteristic Speclal ,to'The Journal. ,;
only followihorders ..
: Washington, May 7.-'Phe ,
of AnheuserBusch'Beer.AnheuserBusch .. have: ;been issued to-officers o{ ,
the army/'navy and marine corps: ,
Brewing' Ass'n Naval Changes. }:, Positively 'the sale on record of fine handmade 1
-J. St. Louis 17. S. A. .. Capt W. W. Kimball detached dutf! greatest. ,
;' a as member of the Naval Examiningand ; f !

Naval Retiring Boards Washington ; : Ladies' 'Underwear at one-half price We I
L & MOOG, Distributor. D. C.. to duty in connection *
with the of the New.Jersey
i., tR, Pensacola.t and commissioned.to command fitting out that vessel when are closing out, our entire stock of Stag Head "ln'i! i

j Ir ,. '. Lieut. Comdr, G. R. Salisbury tgHancock I
Corked or Aa Capped
,Navy Yard, New York,:N.'Y,. derwear so well known to you all. I

as executive officer.

t: Naval'Academy Lieut. R.D. ,White Annapolis detached, Mi, to U.the S:;' About 500 Garments, all marked in plain figures f i I,

Bureau Navigation, Navy Depart, \ f "
t' j jI I went,. Washington, D: C. means !
it afregular $1 for 50c $J25
I tor for a sick negro at his turpentine f.i, Lieut. R. McLean, detached Bureau1 garment garments !

t. L.SDRff1 t: I I I f Leon quarters.Rev., Fla.J. ,W.pastor Wheeler of the, of First Ponce Baptist de I McKINNONVILLE t:I I, of when Washington avfgationNavy conrmlssioned., D. ,C., to the Department Virginia; 62 1-2, think of 'buying a beautiful handmade .

r drurch_ here, has rented the home of Paymaster U. G. Ammen placed anthe
tom?,, ,, G;;-W. Crawford and will move his retired lists .;. $2 gown or skirt- for $1 or$350 beautiful
Special to The Journal. family here this week. I Special ,. .Journal.McKinnonville Naval Constr.'RI H. Robinson com
,St Andrews, Say-;7.--'Mr. Malet. of Rev. W. F. Martin left Friday morlMoing May 7.-Dr. MeNeish.occulist missioned announced. '
At.'derson, was in town a few days ago l for Newall Ala. where he will I was here Wednesday Warrant Machinist A.' P. McCarthy garment; for?; $1,*75., We mean just what we say '
to Millville. :
-, eg route i organize a Baptist church. and said he intended locating Pen when discharged treatment Naval Ho%
.' JLaeut T. H. Sheppard and family I i MrJTurner/of Brooklyn'a photographer I sacola in the near future. pital; Philadelphia, Pa., to duty in con -* start i
;i, left by way of Chipley on Thursdayfor 1 I who has,been here for the past I Messrs. Clark: and Brewton were nection with Tennessee and duty on Sale, wilt Wednesday,,,promptly at_ 8 o'clock I .so
their summer home near Chat-: two 'weeks doing some work left for here Thursday looking after land mat "
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board that vessel,when placed in,com : "
tanooga, Tenn.
i his home Thursday last. I ters. : :
mission. *
Abe tee cream supper given ThursHday I Mr. B. F: Lutterali, manager"of the i A fine little daughter, Flora Claine, 'Paymaster Clerk'' G. B. Kimberly, beon:; ,hand* / "
lawn at Mr. H.Driimi"onT3
the J.
f- night on !IFlorala Hardware Co., was a visitor,!came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. A resignation accepted.
'f: gy the Methodist jad'eawas : here. Wednesday last Mr. Lutter-I Ii I D. McKinnon several days ago. '
Paymaster Cle/k J, Reay appointedto
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I; quite a success both socially} all says he has sold several miles of Mr. Allen Powell and family moved d .
': I. ; ; d'utyon the AlatytaalArmy :
e: and financially. i! wire' fencing in this neighborhood here: from Enon''Thursday.The ,. .
'" .air. "C. (. Joynr'returned from I I > Oranges.The None See Show Window.
during the-past seaSon' the I be harged. '
Pensacola -'after,an alhsehce & and prospects' picnic =to given at Buckeye i' lleave- grantelf.Brigadier Gener, f
On Wednesday :
next'year's ': .
;J of several days. i are brighter for I.I field .May 19 promises to be a suc I al George H.i3nrton'Jnspector: ; general .
I sales. The farmer in this section is extended to include September
:Mr. T. Sayles and family .were cess.Mrs.
no lon'ger wastes his valuable .I Barlow visited relatives 1 in I SO, 1906.
'pleasant callers in town on Friday I I
leaving': for "Pensacola' Frldajv night !. time;, "mauling;out" rails. :. Conecuh county, Ala., a few days lastweek. i Major Charles H. Clarke, Ordnance
I '-:- 'Tile ,pens.a'cpla Journal'nowreaches"hereat ., ':; ,;1.. '
: '" 1Umaka to exceed d
Mr; G. M. West,of Chicago againat Department, not Yours for 'Quality
at St. Andrews; having arrived Wednesday : 10), 'o' lock' on'.th& morning' it i: "'?!r,'.Al'D.. McKIntionand" son, Clifford .two 'visits'i> 'rennfki'.durlng: : )Iay'a d ,
,, is printed. psent Friday and Saturday in June, to the works,.of the American
!(<> Mrs. L. E.; Wars has acetylene $15,000 has already teen subscribedto Pensacola l 'I Axe and ToorCfimTrany, East Douglas,
lights now .in her dwelling and in: a the stock/bf the new Farmers' Mercantile ''Mr. and Mrs. John ,Boynton spent Massachusetts! Jpft-taiijns to th r inspection w. ,J. :& B. FORBES.
Co.,-organized last week,'withErie ':Saturday and Sunday with'relatives '
Ii hort while, they will 111;extended .to at rh it rial E"
.).:. the store of the Ware Mercantile von Axelson"as its president.I I''I Jennings. ,Captain.,John, E.,J pcjor Artillery
f ;Without-a single exception every farmer Miss Virgie Boynton,; of Jennings, Corps rellyid ffomift,y'ifl; the Philippine _
Co.Mr.. Roswell Gay of ,Gay. was in notified has subscribed! very liberally 'I is visiting her sister, ,,birs-John: Boynton I Islands and win' "proceed to jo'n H : -
town on Wednesday.' .- Now. for'. the ,bank. f, 1 I this -----
Miss Lydia Smith, of Cromanton, isthe Miss Ruth Fleming :visited friends U. S. M. C. Orders. -
t' -guest of her. coushis Mrs: L. E. REPORT OF THE at Jennings a few, day s-\his_week.; Capt. L.' MAJnlick 'ordered' to .Norfolk
(Ware and Mrs.-J. H. Drummoni'* Mr.. .Le.e Waters and Mr..'Bu&Qttooka yard: for qty with! a company of Annual Picnic
I' Many improvements' being ; tripjnto .: !county Sunday marines whlcn'will participate in the Paint the Roof"
made in the Ware Mercantile Co. ST AJe'IREAS ,RER Messrs. McKinnon, aDd Larkins.keep celebration of Neckldberg: declaration
(: tuilding. A new office .commodious 1 building neW houses atV.their.mliL: His of Independence at Charlotte. N.. ,
gshelves,'drawers and partitions are j beginning to,look like" smaH town.. C., May 2123. -> Preserves the Shingles FRIDAY I MAY 11
being ,put fn. JQ. Jaccommodate the ', ,I Mr. Alex itiIeKinnon, was here froMuscogee m Capt: L.' S. Hooker detached duty as ,
l business which it is expected will be SHOWING BALANCES'TO CREDITOF .Thursday., ,.1 aide-de-camp to the .commandant of A coat of paint put on that shingle roof ',,'uI' add very ATMAGNOllA
1'. done in the near future., St.:Andrews SEVERAL ON t' I I'Give marine.corps and ordered to duty in materially to the life of the'roof We have shingle stains
l 1 Is at the beginning of a boom. ,FUNDS::." fr, "vp"to Die.! ; I office.of commandant-.:', -red and green for 75'cents 'gallon. Remember we BLUFF
f' We regret to report the serious illre .APRL30. B. Spieg' J204'( N. Virginia 'St.,' 1st Lieut. .G. Bishop, Jr, detached sell:everything necessary to build, from brick to shin'gle
f ,ss of ,the attractive little daugh- Tallahassee,... 'Fla.May 7.-The" Evansville, Ind., writes: : *'"Por 'over mariae headquarters,:Washington. stain. BYLadies'
ter, Olga of Mr, and Mrs. Dell John monthly-report Qf Hon. W. V. Knott,t five years I 'was' troubled with kidney I C., and(.ordered .to-c Marine Barracks,
t eon in the West end.LAUREL. I and:'bladder"alfectlons which' 'caused i ''Culebra .
state treasurer, this day filed with tha ?:n'l gy: Mill'
governor, shows balances to the cred me much'pain and worry? I lost fles'a 1 1st..Lt., F. S.}Wd1fs *asick! leave ex Saunders Company, Auxilliary
it of the several state and educational and was'all' run dovm,'and 'a' 'ear 'agohad tended two month!! -,- lone 717. 21 fast Garden $treet..
funds'-at:, the close ,.of business Aprtl to 'abandon work entirely. I had 2nd .Lt. W. C.:, Powers, Jr., ordered '
HILL I 30,. 1906., "follows l :' three of the best physicians who did Marine'Barracks; 'and School of Application 70 THE B. O'F L. E.
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I Gen ral Revenue Fund....$128.070:27 was practically given .' Naval Academy Annapolis, :; Refreshments.Prize .
One Mill School Fund.;,* 48,697.85 up to die.: Foley's Kidney' Cure Md., for instructions. Contests. ,
Ponsioii -Tax: ?Fund. ....... 94,427.95 recommended' and the first bottle 2nd Lt./A.|' .B. -Dunn ordered to Marine Good Music.
,. "' Special to The State Bfla.rd.6f. Health Fund 38,812.40 gave me great reief} ,-and after taking Barracks, Washington, D. C., for 'WONDERFUL IMPROVEMENT iNTYPEWRITERS Dancing.
Laurel Hill, May 7. A little shower I Principal of !School Fund I" the second bottle I was entirely'' cur duty. Boating and Bathing.
-t. on {hursday afternoon-the first in I (uninvested)eo .. ...... 4,090.42 "ed." For! sale,by W. A. D'Alemberte.In 2nd Lt. F. A. Gardener detached
three weeks-was a blessing to the I Interst of' School Fund.639.42- League Island, and'ordered to Marine TRAINS WILL LEAVE 'CITY 2:33: ,

_, farmers. I Hire of State Convicts Fund 7,393.59 a New Store.J. Barracks} Washington, D. C., for-duty \ 5:30, and 8:30 P. M.
Mr. p. (Fblmer.; of Paxton, Fla., ,is I Indian War Claim Fund.... 25,000.00 A. Van Pelt-nanounces to the' pub with marine 'gard.for the Virginia L. C. Smith, former manufacturer of the L. C,
negotiating a deal for the purchase o Agricultural! College Fund. 2,458.72 lic that he has .m ved his grocery has I
and the Smith-Premier
all Umber belonging to S. Schulman, i Experiment Station Fund.. 4,579.01 store to No.-116-N. Palafoxstreetandinvites YOUNG,GOULD AFTER .Smith.gun Typewriter, put REMEMBER THE
amounting to about 3000'acres. Mostcf I White College Merrill Fund 3,004.97 all his customers and the public TENNIS: CHAMPIONSHIP on the market a visible typewriter that has startled the
this timber is now being turpentincd Colored College Morrill Fun 3,265.77 in general to call and'"see" him By Associated Press world.
the last year. Mr. Folmer contemplates I Interest Seminary Fund. 504.18 there. He is in.'a new building, and London, :May 7.--'At, Queen's Club typewriter FATHER RYAN
the erection of a small saw and I, Florida Female College In- has a new stock of'fine'groceries. He today Jay Gould; of Lakewood, N. J., This machine
.planer mill, as well as a novelty cWental Fund.. .., .. ..' 841.24 has the same old phone number' 231 defeated V. Pennal, last year's runner-
works; Proceeds 'of College Property and those' who delight in prompt deliveries up in the amateur tennis championship i on'exhibition I' EVENING
Mr. Henry Frances is ,convalescing. Fund... .-. -...p... ...-.. 9,486.08 are earnestly' urged to use of Great ,Britain. He wilj meet in office of
Mrs John Givens is no better. Colored Normal School Contingent I that phone ""number when. in need of Eustace Miles, holder of the cham :, :" 1'
.Dr; J. Lewis Miller, df Florala, vis- Fund... .. .. ..,. 5.475.57/1 groceries, feed stuffs, etc. pionship. ,, TUESDAY MAY
lied friends here last 'week. Un Iv.- of Fla., Gainesville / L.S.BROWN. ,
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Among the Laurel Hill people at- Donation Fund.. .-. eo .; 40722.22 I WATER fORSTREETSPRIN M AT LIBRARY HALL.
"- tending court at DeF iuiak Springs Experiment Station Incidental '
fare:, W..F.. Jones. 'Col Steele Bud Gordon Fund ..-,- ,. .. .. ..,. 342.42 1 Choose YourYourself GIVEN BY
John Atwell, John Clary, John: University' Incidentlal Fund 521.44 NG FREE r
.1ius Hhoades. ,Fla. Hospital ''for Ladies' Memorial Association.
t Moore and'oJ. Insane 201 Thiesen
t ,Mr. J. W./Lee, from Ponds, Ala., FireLoss Fund.. ,. .. .. 129.70 Paint t tff ,
wag here on Thursday, after the doc # "Your suggestion that the' city I Building. Proceeds to go towards the eref", ,'i
,': sprinkle the streets" .of, 'the-'busines r I, of a Confederate monument to Fath-r
,= -. section of the,city.,during.the summer : r Write for par.. Ryan, in Mobile.
season is an admirable one/' laid W. ,. ticulars.
S. Garfielffto a Journal Tepresentatlvelyesterday I- -
Admission 50c.
"and I'hay"a" suggestion j t A man'should take such precautions Machines exchanged ,
offer in that connection.. f as he can to safeguard any.investment sold or COMMENCING AT 8 O'CLOCK AND
"There 'is enough water' goes to! he makes. A house owner's expense rented. TJANCING! AFTER MUSICAL.
[ A Happy ome waste at the three icejactofctes'in the; for painting is very often'larger than it Write to-day. -
> : city '.t tdjthoroughly; sprinkle' the ,ufii-l I wbuld be'if he personally looked after,
ness section of the dty:every*day*and,I the material put upon it. There is.
v so far as the Garfield Ice Company HI: r often difference of three years in[the i iI
; To) I have a happy home'you must have children, concerned, the city is' welcome to the:: wearing of two different paints.Cer-- j ij The 1906 Model

r as they'are' great happy-home makers.. :If a weak waste water there free,if the' sprink-. tainly in this case, time is money. If ,I '

woman, you can be made strong enough to bears lers also will that come each after of the iC:other I am two satisfied companies ;-- you Pure will White see Lead that SOUVENIR POST CARDS 'AND'VIEVSWe \ 1 emington.holes -

s healthy children, with little pain'or'Discomfort'toyourself would be Drilling to make the
"' same offer. mixed with have a splendid'line. of souvenir post cards two for 5 cents j
by taking "It would be necessary;'' continued f i!j! Pure'Linseed arid souvenir w 'hbOSs"of> Pensacola for 25 cents.. Also' wood i
Mr. Garfield, "for the city to..build a:: Oil is used on and leather ''souvenirs- from 10 cents and 15 cents,up.fhontSSS. with its new billing attachments
tank or receptable- All your house, and-instantly interchangeable car-
some kind to
: WINE : hold this water but that could easil !!i you will Pimp Co.a's, Books"tore. riages, tabulator and two color
! CARD be done and the sprinklers could get; 'p lace I 1 ribbon movement, is the most complete -
their supply from it without much! yourpainting 213 South ro tfntf, FuII,1", combined
OF trouble." !i
Billing andCorrespondence
Mr. Garfield's suggestion appears to 1! bills on areasonable
!: be a good one and it will-at' least repay -! basis. You can ; .

{- Woman's ReliefIt ties. investigation the' city authori.j( tell '''the pure lead from cio: S

IJ'.'' I[the brand-the .adulterated ,kind by A good 8 day Parlor Clock.. .. ...... ..... '0;.' .., .., .,, .....$ .00as I i machine it was manufactured.for fast service,Designed built for
; will, ease away all ; will, reduce inflammation PROMINENT: ST. ANDREWS' A good 8-day Parlor Clock with alar m $3.00 I hard use, recommended by experts

i cure leucorrhea (whites\ )t falling womb, ovarian PEOPLE.:>> --J.-HERE' SUNDAY RED SEALPure /-Repairing-c1ay Mission Clocks at reasonable,.$2.75-to.t prices. .... :H ... ... .. ,..$5.00 I and guarante'ed against wear, it a
offered as the idealTypewriter
li 4 trouble, disordered menses,.backache, headache, /'a 1 l' Mrs. T.D._ Sale, R L. Mb- White Lead J. F. DAVIS. JEWELER, at COB'S Book Store
Mate l
'F etc., and make childbirth natural and easy. Try it. Kenzie, J, E. McKenzie, L. C. Gay, >7 the Old Dutch Process, ) i

j.. : At every drug store in $1.00 bottles. Capt.well known. Bert Ware residents nd'Otto: St. Ware, all Manufactured for years and, as'any .. ,
Andrews's -

1 1,;'_ Bay day., were, visitors, in Pensacola' Sun- standard experienced by which painter others will tell are you.judged.the I ...........A..AA...................................................................... ...A..................."!."...............T.....A..AA.............................. r I for the producing shortest time the with most the good least work effort.
r WRITS US A LETTER "DUE TO CARDUI I Write today for full dcacrtptioni .
Mr. Sale -
l 1l: freely and'frankly, telling us all your and nothing else, is my baby girl! ,now timber land owns along a the larg route,-mount of the of >some Send,reproductions for a booklet containing of actual houses several,band.offer. from 75 cents to $4.00 each. ;i Local unoccupied Agents territory.wanted for

1 troubles We:wiB send free tdvice (in ,two :twks.oy-writes Mrs, J. P; new B. ,C.st; ,:A, Ry, and wilX:, in I lag valuable,'suggestions"for a lilLy SCREENS Strips and Wire to make I j
;: plain se led envelope/ Address: La- West, of;Webster. Ity, lowi. "$to. the: thenear'future'e.recia: large sawmill color scheme in'painting'your i I THE ARITHMOCRAPH CO.
t- dies1 Advisory Dept't The'ChAttanooga Ia I 'a -fine,.:he Ithy"babe and .we.'ar on.l; ort ;Bay'./'b iesrs.McKenzie'and boussj' A test for paint'pur.'" your own Screens. I Majestic Bldg., Chicago
i S Jledidne,Co.,CMttanooga, Tet1 ., bothering nkdy.!' Gay- have large !land 'interests on ttr is also'gfven. .
3. '" north and east bay,- where the terminus NatieaallesdCo.r< ,' --Phone 11. H. G. DeSlLVA & CO-
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t., -"' -- -- '-- of the railroad,.will ib. rr CIarkA'.tltlsi.'S&JA, :.:: W'V'A.- ..........................y...A-..:......._'................,..;..;... -.......A...-...........VItN. JACKSONVILLE 204 West Bay Street, FLA.,

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TRUNKS, SC Vinol builds,you up } i.i... ::; :,, :)

IN and keeps you upi }t :-,d{ Phenomenal '-- > .- ""."i 1., 1. '1' !, ."}: -_

AND BAGS '. f FEDERAL[ [ l lC :, F. -;.{; -: "; : : : : ;(: ';

We have just received a ship t \ .... ,

ment of FINE TRUNKS, SUIT C [{flJS
CASES and CLUB BAGS. in > 'tJ ;:


other FULL LEATHERS. NumberS of .Prisoners r Convicted. ...OF... .. -.'. ',-'{I>> :"'.":
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If you expect to take, a trip- During Term Fined by y JudgeSwayne. '

see this this summer beautiful"line- you. t should trF at S once.:.come;i- **. *'..-:0': .: Silk Shirt Waist $uitsM ffik.

TRUNKS-$5.00 to $35.00. CIVIL DOCKET WILL BE TAKEN Our delicious Cod Liver .. *.r.sm.U : I'

SUIT CASE AND BAGS45to UP ARE THIS 'MO'RNING-MATTERS: preparation without oil. Sixty Sample Suits; Made by One of the Best Suit Manu ri*' 'I.Nj.l

$27.50. IN THE COUNTY Bettef than 'oldfashionedcod

Trunks COURTS, AND THE'- USUAL MON. liver oil and emulsionsto facturers' ; to be Closed Out Regardless of Cost. !j1" ;

DAY CROWD ABSENT I IN THE restore health for _
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$$5.00 toI$35.00 CITY TRIBUNAL. Old ,.delicate children, : -'. J ',

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weak run-down persons
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Suit Cases and Bags In the United and! after sickness: colds : *. : ''' :-
States court yesterday -
was sentence day for persons coughs, bronchitis and all $12.50 All-Silk Suits,:black with white dots, for. : $6.90; : t'

$$5.00 to $27.50COTTRELL convicted of crimes against the government 11 throat and lung troubles. .'- .1 '

posed by and Judge a, Swayne batch ;had but fines only j one im- 'Try It on our guarantee. $15 All-Silk Taffeta Suits, stylishly made, in plain, changeable and hairstripes J j
penitentiary sentence was amuck :!:,
In the same tribunal pleadings were to go at < $8.95
heard and rule day was the ord'er in W. H. White & Co. -V f' jit. I tr

civil Affairs matters., around the county court ; $25 Extra All-Silk Taffeta Suits, best Swiss Taffeta, choice of several *.+i t '

lS.-j house were quiet, no suits being filed
and no courts in session. styles to clean them out quick for choice '
Judge Swayne Federal will Court.take up the I ADVANCE n [ GUARD R RF riaJ:?

civil .docket in the federal court today l
now that the' criminal businesshas These will sale TUESDAY MORNING 9'o'clock
go on : at and continue until >
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. been disposed .of. The first civil! ilIJ.; : :

Pensacola. Fla. case that of of importance T. D. Quigles on the et al docket versus is I OF F T THE[ NW[ every Suit is closed outCOME .:,.

Martin Lindsay et: al. The cause is : ;, 1( ; .' .

DIAMONDSSomething Neat and Newi\ Them to an the.ejectment Quigles suit grant, involVing in Santa th?Rosa title S : EARLY AND GET FIRST CHOICE. /;rJ.\;

W. A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Palafox SI county and involves land, saio(! to be ONSI [
.. _worth in the ..1 ,
neighborhood< of $10,000. Ii.! t... J" .
TURTON & BELL Sentences Imposed. ''

PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. Judge Swayne yesterday In"the federal I i4, ;
Kodak Supplies. Finishing (for Amateurs.R. court fined Charles Robinson Stone and Webster to Assume I/ ..
Ike Conley, Steve Nixon, alias Steve I : ''. -
I K. WHITE Nicholson! Will 'Smttt, John B. Charge: of Terminal [ TN H L & C
Brown, John S. Hunter and William ann on o. r ll!
Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler, and Graduate C. Whitehurst, $50 : ach.on charges of :
Optician,30 S. Palatox Street. Pensacola, Fla. violating the internal revenue laws. Company.H. r j t'd' f' I '

The accused had never been before ; ..
the court previously and ,it..is understood H Hunt, J.W: ; Leadley and F I. O r"d !... '
tersely ToldPLEASE this in a'measure, explains why Beilers of Boston, representatives of : : '. ,;
no imprisonment was attached to the r. I
Stony & Webster, of Boston, the new t, .. _
sentences. owners of the Pensacola
Electric Terminal .
DO NOT PAY CARRIERS John Allen for the larceny of two -
Several complaints have reached cows was sentenced to serve -eighteen _Company'. arrived in the city ed all through what was then a wild age to'the scenes, of his childhood and
yesterday.The DEATH OF MAJOR
Th3 Journal office recently that when months in the government representatives country along. the Kanawha and Ohio to the friends of his earlier life To The Event Of The lt* L .
followed to .their source. ....show.jhal prison at. Atlanta. Henry ,Dempst ,thepurpo&ef-rOf' making are an, here exaoji na-for. - subscribers', have paid ,some'cof: ,the convtctedof'! perjury was finetf $50.. tion'of ajl ;miters p rtalnlnfttterminal ; > the ANDREW LEWIS He then went .to St. Louis and wasengaged religion and he became an humble,

carrler'boys.. In these columns' __ Settled, by Agreement.- companyThey" were atheadquarfe'r's .. in the wholesale produce bus- sincere Christian man and died a Season i1- .
peatedly has appeared'the advice: 'The casS""of the United' States yesterday'"making -' ----'-- iness from 1846 to'1847, butAffhenthe peaceful, triumphant death ,'li '
Don not pay the carriers. Two of against Theodore: P.. .Hall, and H., L,4cspection of.,, -an rush to California began he left in \ tiJ: : .
The Journal boys are in serioustrouble Covington was settled by agreement today'will look JWngsdn.general over,!! the mechanical and HIS LIFE HAD,-BEEN.;A _LONG, PICTlJISQUE'AND 1848 for the Golden state via Panama. Sciatica Cured After Twenty Years! Grand Ice Cream Supper and Enter ),, 1 '
i'1 f
because they have accpetsd yesterday!! by a judgement of $278,43' department and equipment 'EVENTFUL- He located iq Trinity river and had I,: of Torture I talnment at
money 'from subscribers. When sub in' favor of the plaintiff. ReticentAn \ the luck of many of the gold seekers For more than twenty years Mr. J. B'l '
scribers pay their subscriptions they Municipal Court. Are ONE.-: of that time, made and'lost fortunes. B. :Massey, of 3322 Clinton St., Minneapolis Good Templar Hall ,,: r"i:
are given".cards which should be JTghteen effort"was. made to secure some
unfortunates, faced Judge fr During one of .the turns of fortune he Minn., was tortured by 'sciatica. -!
punched. Boys tfo not carry punches!! Laney in the municipal court, yesterday -' InrormatioI1tromc theparty: aato the became a magistrate. -Tiring of ,Cali- The pain and suffering which he: MYRTLE GROVE, 1 ;, '
The collectors oo. Insist upon having, eleven of whom were found Intentions of the, new owners, rela?: 'The Roanoke: Vai.,--Times-, May 4, fornia he' returned 'to St. Louis and endured during! this time is beyond I WEDNESDAY NIGHT MAY +
your card punched and then you will guilty, five discharged 'and the others tive to improvements, extensions and contains the following concerning: thai I/I comprehension. :Nothing gave'him 9th Lp ,
made no mistake. '. were continued. Forty-two collars the like. i death of Major Andrew Lewis, a report 'I remained there until the clouds of the' any permanent relief until he used Underl' lrecUon of Union Hill Baptist ;;.'-.f .
and assessed.Not "Candidly would! like to civil war began ,Ito' overcast; the coun- 1 -
costs wer& we say of which appeared in The Journal Chamberlain's Pain Balm. One application Church. ;
Bernhard de Bretton of Mobile, Ala., scmething," said Mr. Hunt, "but at! try and although he was past the limit "' ,
Sunday morning: of that liniment relieved the l.
in of first vol. Theproceeds will be used chiefly to
Was the
present age he one to
is in the city on business. If as Rich as Rockefeller. we prefer to keep quiet. Not 'Distinguished Soldier:and Citizen pain and made sleep'and rest possible, repair the fence. J '
that we do not desire. to let the citizens unteer. He was with Col.! Robert Pres cemetery ; ,
Misses Rosa and Eva Fbact' of Mobile ("If you had< all),the I ,_weath of Rockefel' of Pensacola known our intentions Major Andrew Lewis passed away at ton's regiment, made a splendid record and less than one battle has effecteda Prominent candidates will be present tr.l3' J
are the guests'of their sister, ler, the 'Standard Oil ma'gnate' you' but for other reasons? ; -' 9 o'clock yesterday morning at the and was wounded at Gaines's Mill. permanent cure. If troubled with and speak. ,J
Mrs. R F. Pfeiffer. could not-buy a better medicine[ for j When asked the reasons, Mr. Hunt home ofrhis cousin, Mr. George M. After the war he returned to Roanoke sciatica or rheumatism why not trya Silk'umbrella will not be raffled, as tf-, .- "
Pitzer No. 144 Seventh avenue, w. 25-cent bottle of Pain Balm and
s. see 'f:
The county commissioners will meetin bowel complaint than .Chamberlain's stated, that while the deal for the and settled down.on the farm and stated in circulars. 01
fn his death there from the! for yourself how relieves : ; ,
Colic, Cholera and. Iarrhoe\i\ .Il..niedy.i transfer of the Pensacola Electric passes since then this. has been his home. He quickly it !: f
regular session at the county court Come and share the fun. ;
stage of life one who Sad led an active the pain. For sale by all druggists. 1 :
The most eminent physician ran not I Terminal Company Stone married about twelve' Mrs.
house tonIght at the regular hour. to & Weber years ago a ADMISSION FREE nf.: .
adventurous life from boyhood,
prescribe a better preparation for colic had practically been closed, all the I II I King of Montgomery county, who survives -'
Hon. Henry Chubb, of Gainesville, and. diarrhoea, both lor children! details' had not as yet been arranged. I I Argonaut, a pioneer, like his distin hm.: In late years he has spent Hi:
is here attending the session of the uniform I guished ancestor, General Andrew Iii
adults. The
and success of : much of his time' in Florida, wherehe
Will Sign To-day., : Rev. and Mrs. D. N. Haskew, of t
court.. Lewis, of Revojutionafy fame For- ; .
United States I a PONCE de EON
this, remedy has shown it to .be 'superior had interests. :He returnedto
i large Eufaula Ala.
"The papers, for the. actual pans tyNiner: Confederate Veteran, farm-: | f whq have been visiting ,.iJ:
to all oth FS. It never fails,' ,*. Roanoke about .six.months suffering ,,
W. P. Brownson candidate for county far are to.be signetf in Baltimore today .ier and merchant. ago their parents* He.and Mrs. R. g.; ;i'- .
commissioner from District 4, spent I and when reduced with water z.nd ," continued Mr. Hunt. "There isj I from Bright's disease and his. Gavin, left for home. While here -5 '
Major Andrew Lewis was 82
swee-tened. is pleasant to take. Every years condition! gradually until j I Rev. Haskew '
in the grew worse delivered 9'
yesterday city. I hardly a likelihood,of_any thing com two excellent
of and born iIf-what the
age .was. was J .
family; should be supplied with, it. ing that wMl: in the end came. Special to The Journal. SErmons at the M. E. church which 'a:; "
up any manner pro- I
As a soft answer turneth away Sold by .all. druggistFjRE hibit the from county of. Roanoke at that time but Ponce de Leon, May 7.The Ice were enjoyed by large congregations.A ,
wrath to aJ I -. papers, being 'signed now the-city of Roanoke. / The deceased was a brother of Col. :
a quick a want
so answer ,
but in avoid" cream supper given Friday eveningfor ( party composed of Mrs. Wm. "
often turns away bad luck. order to comment, f I '|He was born a farmer lad, and his Thomas Lewis and was. related to the.MdClanahans >:f ,
the benefit of the school Moore and s
PRACTICALLY would rather not. a thing concerning building daughter Miss Lillie Miss j'
DESTROYED say father then owned all the land fromi l of this city and the Griffins
'Hundreds people in this.city have STREET. our .plans' or intentions, 'until 'all what" Tompkins and McFarlands+ of proved to be quite an enjoyable affair McKiver, Mr. Z. D. Adair and Dr, r;4.1-, <
EAST MAIN HOUSE is now John street, west of
gotten acquainted. within the past negotiations! have .be?n.,clos. d. Sonie- r Franklin road to the Salem. and a nice sum was realized. Folsom spent Saturday at i Morrison la.,V
river. "
'week-through the wants. th'ing" may' code up' Jto, cause a hitch, j Among the out of town visitors were Springs. > '-.-.
The fire; ,pattment'. was called outlast though I ..Jtiardly' think the matter Of adventurous spirit the farm could Major Lewis; possessed many noble Mr. C. A. Fulford'; of Bonifay, Mr. Miss Julia Owens who is teaching :'.:- '. '
Capu Eric Von Axelson, of Laurel night about 12 o'clockto'iexlin: llossible.: not hold him:and at eighteen years of traits of character From the adven- Green of Dady, and Miss Stanton, of school at Gordon spent a few days 4 .;. .
Hill, is an applicant for appointment!! guish a flr9 in 'a vacant house at 414 Room Fo'r.'Irriprovement.That age he is found "as 'deputy sheriff of turous life of his manhood spent in Westville. with relatives and friend's here this t.: ,'
is Swed'sh consul at Pensacola. Capt. East Main street ,the' property' of I! there is rpom? for,improvement_ Ttanawka' county,WeStVirginia.: Later, the rough west and .in the war be- :Miss ;Willie McKiver of DeFuniak week ":J' :,
Von Axelson speaks the language fluently Walker Gonzalez. The. house was tin the matter :of schedule service. of ::he went into the salt "bus;ness with' tween the states- in which he took an Springs is the guest of :Miss Lillie Z. D. Adair made a business trip to is_' '
able and would make 'very credit practically destroyed. Good work of I I'the< Pensacola' ,Electric Company system his uncle,
official. the firemen saved joining buildings. 'goes without staYing: The factis
John G. Wood left yesterday for so pparent ,that :c nu enLis 'un- ,- r 1 It.1"-_ J .
Jacksonville, where he goes to attendthe : .' necessary.Cars. : '" iow'st in the '- ., >'< i:.."

annual convention of the state undertakers AN APPEAL TO WIVES middle of the blcckthe" time is slow, : t, --;J:, -
association, of which he U and as' a. result bu&lness.men; and .:( -- ,
first vice president. others. are' put. at an inconvenierics.While : :
neither! Mr, -Hunt nor either : WL" Beca.\Jse. t :
During the past week City Tax Collector '
of his. colleagues stated, openly what :} .
tiTitin; collected' $3,338 in ,
the plans for-the futufe\are, they in- 3 :rl{
taxes. From a numerical standpointmore BY, USING .ORRINE-cAN'-BE". : timated strongly.'that many of the defects br
persons* have paid taxes .at this SECRETLY, in ,the service' will be improved C! Its component parts are all,wholtsoq1 tf'
time of the ,year than .ever1 before.Consequently GIVEN .. jis seen 'as all\ details for the transfer ..: rupof -Ie WJ It acts gently without 1sapleasaataf; ,.effects.e i'
the city exchequer.shows of the property are arranged, ,in : :
tanes .
'I It is whollyvfree from ob jectioaStla sttb r ,
t larger source of revenue from taxes ..Baltimore -to-day.' That is proper I.s 1:"
for the same period than previously. No more terrible affliction can come steps' will ''be taken to do the work i-L. "

to any home than- the eraving'of of remedying' soon..'as possible. t1. b t f IaxatWeIt the laxative priaciple9-I. plants, : { '.f
Have you tried Blue Ribbon Lemonor band and father (strong drink. We Observation has undoubtedly shown \' 'i:s' family : .:
contains the carmJattiTO prindples f laate. -
Vanilla? Absolutely pure, goes appeal to wives mothers and sistersto ,them that the service is not what is ;Y ; : SIt ; i J ,
twice as far as other kinds, and the save the husband and.father or the should be nor are the schedules of conins Wholesome aromatic nt which/aw 1 J l .j
:flavor Is perfection. brother or son with ,Orrine, a'scientific the different lines Vhsn'time Is .considered -.
i agreeable and refreiking to the taste. !f
cure-for the that which is due the ? : J J
and positive ;drlnking up to. It is pure. fIt .
CHINAMEN ON BOARDA habit. traveling public. .. F j.H i.-
The Orrine No. ( is All are pure. -
BRITISH STEAMSHIP patient simply takes gentle. : s. y-.
2 -or, the. "secret remedy. -. Oirine No... .1 s _. All are delicately blended. _j i'"
t which is in powder form ana as it is It-is pleasant. ,
The British steamship Heathdene. perfectly colorless, tasteless and odor _....-y All are skillfully and scientifically compounded. ; t t : .:t-:
Which arrived from Gulfport Sundayto less, can be given in food or drink r[ '. It efficacious.. ",-dO ;' t ..-.' 7t' :.; ; '. f
her .
has '
Chinamen complete cargo The twenty-two class of without the knowledge of' the 'user, : Its value is due to' our method of manufacture : '. G'i "
Celestials on on board are not welcome i The price of either.form Is J1- ThecravIng' Special to The Journal. i. t; It is not expensive. '-* -/ .:. and to the originality, and :simplicity of the r. ;t.(
for strong drink will be des .. ;
on Uncle Sam's domain and immigration Pius Barren May 7Mr. Wi A. : Itis good for children, I .:i'I '
:: combination.
in-fact, the drink will not be
troyed ,
Inspector Moore'and Lieutenant ; j' f :- : _
Orrine la.used..- Finlay, Jr., and Mr. John Jernigan, A _- as ; ,
lIryan of the revenue cutter are keeping missed when left SaturdaY for New Mexico and It is excellent for ladies. :1'' ': 'l '
Orrine is sold hnder'a positive, guarantee _',To get its beneficial the : f'
a sharp lookout to see that none California. effects-buy genuine. .
of the Chinamen land while the that it wtll cure tbedrink'habitIf The children of Mr. A. J. Dukes, It is convenient for business men. i I :J I' i iff
are loll axed. In -. ,
lIeathden is .in portIt every who have been very ill are..improv i Manufactured by I Hif r
I ; ;
guaranteewhich .
box Is registered I. circumstances.
a It is perfectly safe under all -
Is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold. entitles you to a'r func1 Orrine fails to effect .a ure. You .: ? It is used millions of families the world ver. '
How often do we hear it remarked: [ call at Roberts"Thursday. by .. -1* ,
"It's only a cold," and a few days lat. run run no risk whatever In_ using Mr' J. L. 'Jernigan will leave In a '
er learn that the man is on his back this remedylThere.is\ no loss of few days for Hot Springs, Arkansas, It stands highest, as a laxative, with!, physicians. UFQRNIA 110JYRVP' \>> n :
With Is of such time or absence-from'home! or business \t\\ ,
pneumonia. 'This and other points for his health. r ,
common occurrence that a-cold, however no. sanltariuni treatment. In Mr. and ,Mrs. J S. Walton are 're- If you use it you have the best laxative the II'' .: i: 1&"
slight, should not be disregard- fact, Orrine strengthens the nerves joicing over the arrival of a 10 pound Saa Francisco Cal. r *i Chamberlain's Cough< Remedy and restores general goodh .lth,while girl which arrived Thursday.! world produces. Louisville, Ky. New York, N. Y. i i [i, .g =. ,
counteracts,any' tendency of a cold to curing the drink habit; Treatise on Mrs. Grlce, of Bagdad who has I "I I I j $'' tr t-- -
to drunkenness free' on request B. Jerni FOB SALE BT M.L LSAD1XO DRUGGISTS. I
result In pneumonia, and has gainedits how cure been the guest of .Mrs. W. :
great oppularity and extensive .Orrine Co.: Washington' D. C. gan has returned home : : ',,;
ale by its prompt cures of this most Wives, save the happiness and pros- Mr. C. L. "Wiggins' made a flying- y-- =-=---:!: : :,._ re
fommon ailment.. ,It always cures .perity of your: home with.'Orrine. trip to Pens C01a Thursday; --= = c
and is pleasant: to take. For-sale by, Orrine Is for sale by 'White's Pharmacy :Mr. tf. A. McCaskill is on the sick "':',';'.'U: '. .,.:,' .:- -=, .=.......( ... .... !.__ t.'.:,
all dru:lists. -' 106 5. Palafox, St ... list this week. ::
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ward will carryoufwithout'the assist e -- 2aaaae- eaa2a2; 22a2ae ea aae for County Commissioner from r)'..
1 tnct No. 3. subject to tie action
:ie33gnttoIa ance and in spite of-the,opposition of the Democratic Primary of May r"w. c.

any legislature. He, was',elected on a N -. J. .- '- .'.., A. SHELBY''
'1 platform pledging, himself! to drain .. _

.. .' the,Everglades and he' }s carrying out i ', Announcement. .' % ". :;)>_.' J.ft".", For County Commissioner Dist NoT7
A-3 '
t& -' --_ J .., nr W l 4W flfUW his pledge, for which no one? can ,.. ; ,-,- N Ihereby announce myself a
blame him. i' :' "-' ,3:' } L -
DAILY. WEEKLY. S U N DAY. :; :'.. S-' : { "'o,' "1 date for re-election as count commissioner !,
I Gov. Broward is not dependent oa OJ .> A > -,' .r J.., from District No. 4.
any legislature for funds to drain the ject to the action 'of the
EVERY'MORNING : : N Democra, .
PUBLISHED EXCEPT MONDAY He It"another f.U. Pensacola Fla. May'7th 1906.' f
Everglades. can do way :; ': : : \ Primary of May 15.
!.*? ...BY... 1 -and Is doing it.. The funds wh'chj ,: i m J. A. WIGGINS
N at present. available-created by that the Traders' an e
'I j are "Having just received. information JIpsu! N
act of congJ'css,and not by the legislature I hereby announce myself as a ,
THE JOURNAL COMPANY. -:-and those funds .,.Company, of Chicago, 111., one of the oldest and most substantial, l .N i didate for county commissioner from COQ

-1nnfl 1r1nr-lJnrsutrrxttruJj1J1JtnU-lJttaPSrIflLLILflSItCfttFRANK secured by the sale of lands, in I District No., 4, subject to the action
gether. will be sufficient: to companies in' the westwith! assets of $3,285.210.22 has been placed fdl the Democratic Primary May 15 o!
L. MAYES, President and General Manager. Everglades. And the work iv.er'bn of the San Francisco H. C. CLOPTOX
.tUnAvuwLnn.-vutn__atn.nh1JLnMJ.tItLflJLrLU'JlJUUfl 4L1JJtP1JLJIF WWfl't 1 and will be prosecuted to a the hands of a re.c account : N

MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. conclusion, without the a we take this, the first opportunity to notify all of our p.atrons in this N 1 The friends) of 'W. P. Brown,',.
the next legislature or the hereby 'announce him as a candid
.. of the to bring- their to our office, with the cancellation l N'' .
r trLrj-u-j- ftJrNWWUu-J Lrf WUWUuW drainage tax. company policies for the office of County Comm! *:'-'
Again we must ',disagree will issue i in other sol- OJ l er from District No. 4' subject to -:
; SUBSCRIPTION RATES. receipt duly signedVhenve; new policies our '
Carlton in his view that the 5 action of th" Democratic Primary. ,vMar

One Year.$5 00 One 3Ionth....... ..... .,. 45 acre tax is the best method vent companies. /J" <& ,I 15th 1906.

Six Months....... .... ..... 250 One. 'Vte-k...:.............. 1 money to drain the / : : I IBJ
; Tares Months'..... ....... 125 Week! '. Edition' per year...$! 0( i' law providing for, this tax I Having no furids' of the' Traders' .Insurance Company on hand :' t-or County Commissioner, Dist No--:>:.

: tested before the United I hereoy announce my candsdac\ -
wev.iIl I later to the (of return
1 announce ,our position as payment
: and declared to be in : re-election to the office of county eon
The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed Constitution' to which all premiums. I missioner from District No 5, sUb),'< :
-" ,
: 4 Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. must conform. This court. i t to the action of the Democrats Pr.
ed It to be an unjust and J Our office represents the Springfield Fire and Marine Insurance N mary of May 15.

I 'And yet again we must I J. R. STEWARD
Offices, 103 and 110 East Papers on Saleon Trains !with Mr., Carlton In his Company, of Springfield, Mass.; Caledonian Insurance Company, of tu

I I most of this tax will be, Scotland Home Insurance ) of Colum N Board! Public Instruction.I .
} 'Georgia Company
Edinburg ;
Government. Phone 38.. and at all News Stands.FLORIDA i large land companies. In

Jut-_-__ I. JwWwlwALLpW __ ''ion most of the tax if paid bus, Ga.; ,Westchester Fire Insurance Company, of New York; Virginia date hereby for member announce of the myself school a can-il boar;,
pald by the settler and small :
er. The Florida Land and State Insurance Cq pany/' of Richmond, Va.; Alliance Insurance from District No. 3, subject to the j,
; pac i A, TUESDAY MOANING" MAY 8, 1906 tion of the Democratic pnmar: ,
1 ;
J, this.ment land,company than,any which other owns, Company, of Philadelphia' i Pa., from all of which we have ,definite information May 15.

While we have, lived in peace withhe' l has already been, relieved- that they will pay their San Francisco losses in full, and ffi W. B. HUB ARPI
to I
Misunderstanding: as tion from the i
payment of
: sister republic to the south, and with Home Insurance N I will be a candidate for mcn.heship ,
any other company owning a unimpaired : ample surplus. (Georgia :
there have been
father Sherman's "March ', many friendly expressions in the Board of Public Instruction
: between the two countries.' ly large, acreage to warrant Company excepted, they not being in the San Francisco from District No. '1, in the !..
:As the mists gradually clear away still it is'an* open secret that Mexicans -' doing so can obtain the ? ,: \interested pr

from the commotion caused by what do :not liks the citizens* of the from payment of this tax by conflagration.)' mary election.WM. E.
to the United
purported to be Father Sherman's pnitedStatesrobably with good States court

-' !arch to the Sea," it begins to' lookas reason for our people_are too prone, !leave the burden of the tax : I will be a candidate for membu.ship

though something of. a misunderstanding to feel and even: exhibit a certain! justified small land by owner"who the amount S Agency I in the Board of PUbLIC hk .
real or fancied superiority in all uthern..nsurance :,
is partially at least, responsible their dealings with the Mexicans. seeking relief in, the ''ticn! from District No.2, in the pr ,

; for what everyone ,must admit Besides, the two nations are alienin I i. the small land owner S .. nJl j I mary election.
1 has been a most unfortunate affair. race and in customs. Right inth compelled to pay a tax which i i!
United States, in its legal and Ida Land Improvement ro
The last issue of the Catholic News '
candidate for
I be
political sense, is looked as assurance -' has already escaped and I will a memh--
contains the following in regard. to in Mexico, and upon many legal large companies -will escape.But d'; L1 S. BROWN, Ma nager1AZVANPELT m shIp in the Board of Public Instnir .

; It; ,practices there are regarded here as even if the law l from District No.3. In the prim tr

c -Those who have been aroused byl so' many survivals of a tyranny that tutional and the 'larga; ae :aaa2aaaa aaaaaaaeaaa !a a !2 !a election.
:what they call "Father Sherman's is hateful to our ,spirit of liberty. panies could not avoid the W. M. AGERTONJust

March to the Sea" are on the wrong The wonaier is that the two nations just? When the t' ,. -

-: track. They seem to be laboring under Lave not clashed more frequently than drained 'as we" firmly' beli 'h" __'h'_-__" "_''''''''' "'_.'' __' _. __ ..c.. ... ., 'o'r, ____ "'_.;, >:-

the delusion that the priest originated they have and the reason, no doubtj I will be, where will! ,the .,.._. __ ____ ",__,, -__--- __ __ ,_. :" ___ _, _"_,L_ __" ,......_,,_:; _. .... =x... _
the trip and asked'' the government i Receiveda

: to provide a regular army'es.. which the United States entertains I'rich lands? Into the State '
'cort. Some critics say that the fact : towards the weaker nations of this I II !, Where will the money

: that he sought an escort appears to I hemisphere. But when Mexico seizes Everglade lands after they J fine line o!
:. indicate that he feared violence and I American 'vessels and Jails American I I ed, sold and placed on' the

.; thus reflects upon Southern Chivalry. I citizens denying them the advice and I I go? Into the State '.J,' I Tackle

-- Now, the truth of the matter is that I: assistance Of counsel, it is time for one dollar of it will go to Fishing Casting

; Father Sherman of his own accord ,the department of state to ask some who pays 5 cents per acre o : Mow Located InLocated
had nothing.to do with the enterprise. I Questions and that too sharply and to drain the Everglades Nets Shrimp Nets

It seems that. the War Department recently decisively,, will go to the man who I ,
issued an order instructing other end of the State and
"commanders of posts and depart- equal benefit from the fumsls Minnow Seines
Court of the United
ments to have practice marches} The Supreme, State' Treasury.. Whythen .4'NkW STORE

'. made by officers and men and parti- States' held, In the case of' Christopher few be compelled to pay for Bait Pails.Large

I. 'cularlyly to stu 'y the movements of et al vsNorvell: that a.. personal the beniflts of which; all ) .
Hhe armies of both sides in the civil judgement Tor the amount due nderthe If the entire state is to stocks of the latest

; the scene of Sher '.a l's operations Is glade lands and from taxes Large stock of
might, be rendered against a married TENNIS GOODS,
especially interesting and instructive thereon shouldn't the'enUre'
from a tactical standpoint, and that woman, a resident of Florida, who for the drainage? f, COMPLETE LINE BASEBALL

it is natural that officers, should make was the owner"' stock in 'a.Florida That Is our opinion. but it Drop:in and see me when you are out shopping. We GOODS.
a study of his march to the ,sea and national' bank, which stock :Was be- PO more than the opinion'of GOLF CLUB, BALLS AND BAGS.

the various fights he had with the quathed toher: ,by her father. ton or any other 'well Inf are sure you will be pleased with our groceries, 'our BICYCLES KATES.AND SUNDRIES.
Southern forces. The officers who zen. 3? ROLLER
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were to make a study of the march to r We believe" the:" prices and our.service. ANYTHING YOU WANT I IN
ii the sea thought it would be, a fine "Needles drained with the funds now S SPORTING OR ATHLETIC GOODS.
and Thread \
i ,thing to have Sherman's son, a priest areHalfxClothmgA bands of the drainage <<: ,x.; Call on or write
Who served as an army chaplain durIng those derived from the sal '

the, war with, Spain, accompany and that the legislature
F. B.
them. That is all there is to the mat. By the same rule of logic-and it is vent it if it so desired.. ii'A Phone 231 BRUCE
ter. It would seem that the Incident "
contend that Everglade
a' sound onean advertising campaign ,
has teen) tortured into a yellow .jour- Is Jialt- tore success to publish not an issue in the 1 .. -., .-, _- .. ...:':
: nal sensation. : ; paign. ,, ._ -l--d". .. ,, .. ;
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'want ad. is to half-find work to ... cQFFgEaWe
a ; ,
.This throws 'a,,new light on the ; ___ !
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write the classified ad. Is to halfsellthe "
matter! and one which the south, no I Sore ,Nipples.:

;. less than Father Sherman's friends, house and lot, .or' the store or ,A cure may be -effect d by : Respectfully J. S. ROBERTS.At .
Political AnnouncementsRATES.
will be glad' to see. Let the incident shop or furniture machinery.. Chamberlain's Sa.he'as.' are the Pioneer

therefore be closed and let us give ,In other ,words,, the method or child is done nur .lng. the solicitation of friends I hereby -
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those who planned the "march" the means being at hand and availableie with a soft cloth before .. announce myself a candidate for Roasters of
; benefit of the doubt in the misunderstanding result ,19 already half reached- child to nurse. Many, county. the office of Tax Collector subject to West Florida.HUGH'S .
Catholic and tn s'applIeS with particular forceto use this salve with the : The rates- for political announce -I favor liberal pensions for Confederate the action, of the Democratic Primary
News Price 25 cents >per> box. not exceeding 8 lines, to run soldiers and their widows. 15 1906.
alleges In. the above. -- .want advertising. When you have druggists. the primary:of'May 15, are as fol 'Uniform school terms, giving the NEILS; McKENZIE t OERTING. '

o ordered the publication of your ad. : .f country public schools the same '

lOU, have traveled about half 'the ""distance Daily Journal....... ..... .$10.00 length, term as the 'city schools. For County Treasurer.I BLENDS
The Seizure of What,She 'Fear d. Weekly Jo1rnal-. 5 00 A 'uniform school book law and
to -and the
our goal remain
> will be a candidate In the demo-
,Beggs-My wife says rate are strictly cash in ad. free books for the pupils of all public
States Vessels. 15 for re-nomi
United ing distance is easily overed. cratic primary May
were to die she would and no announcement will be. schools., have no equal. Atria)
.. ., nation to the office of county treasurer.
iWlUe its Hardly probable that ; I widow. or run under any other con An.efficient law for the equal'zationof The Support of all democrats will

the recent'seizure of. United States "IT, TAKES, A" LOT OF POUNDING Meggs -Evidently she' taxes. be appreciated. will convince the con

irL : fishing vessels will result in serious TO.',ORIVE A NAIL: ii THE DA : ;
trouble with the,Republic of Mexico, & ,PROVERB. world like you. : M. JACOBY. make
no extravagant
S 'lAnd it's about as practicable as to John. S_ Beard, a candidate for the hereby announce myself a candi- '
the opinion prevails, to "On the
a great extent contrary,. ,
to the' State Senate in tits date for' the office of County Treas- claims.
that Mexico has acted without run a business without advertising there be'and. .that I am a candidate ror member of the
'may primary called to beheld urer, subject'to the action of the.Democratic -
-of, tQjelyupon "hit or miss" adver- House of Representatives from E& '
; -justification in the matter and him. 15th, together with other speak Primary.
: that the United States should be firm tising In trying to drive prosperity, will address' the people of Es- cambia county subject to the Democratic THOS F. WRIGHTON.I Wholesale RetsilGROCERS

nails. .. .., ,- county! upon the political is Primary. I earnestly solicit t ____ _____ and
: in' dealing with the situation. Under
thesupport: of the voters of the county. -
It takes a lot of "advertising" of ths: Stomach Troubles. of the flavat the following : hereby announce myself a candi-
the caption:, -"la Mexico Hunting ., JERRY J. SULLIVAN.JR.For
Uanyld.n'dfllrand to keep. busi-- Mrs. Sue Martin,an "Old"- and places: date for the office of County Treasurer -
Trouble? the Memphis Commercial- of Millview, Thursday night, May 3.- of Escambla county subject to the
Appeal discusses the matter as follows -ness enterprise off the rocks-it taKes respected resident McDavid County Tax Assessor.
: Friday night, May 4. .. H. action of the Democratic primary of
but. fraction of as'much of the was sick with stomach C.- Nix's Precinct Tuesday night May i i I.will be a candidate for re-nomina- May 15, and respectfully solicit the and all kinds of Feed

:- If there be truth in the reports con- clear-headed reasonable kind of pub- more"than six months.Tablets tion! to' the office of County Tax Asses- support of all voters.

cerning the treatment which Mexico licity to spell, success as it does of ,Stomach and' Liver eat Beulab. Thursday\\ night, May 10. sor-in= the Democratic Primary of May JOHN, G. WELSH. Stuffs.Pluto .

k has accorded the crews of the fishing the ,mixed anal! purposeless kinds- She says: "I can now Pensacola (Seville Square) Friday 15.I:. 'respectfully ask your supportW.
vessels which were seized by that I want'and am the p May 11.: W. RICHARDS. For County Commissioner Pist No. 1.
some good some worse than bad- such '
In world find a
the to _
Pine Barren, Saturday night May_ L---::::: C. FZeek
: country, then it is high time for The friends of announce
some really harmfuL For sale by aU Water
cine. 'For .
Washington authorities to Interfere. Jjstice Peace District No.21 him as a candidate for county commissioner :
-t /When the ,first seizure was made The only: ,kind of advertising that \ from District No.1. subjectto
hereby announce myself as a
% this country took for granted that costs Is the "drlve-a-nail-In-the-dark" Drinking Milk. For the Legislature. candidate for the office of Justice of the action of the Democratic primary -
.S Mexico TOS merely! seeking a test kind-real nenspaper advertising Some complain that, of May 15.
the peace. District No. 2 subject to Wholesale and Retail.
a candidate the
am for member of
that all would drink '
milk without
case, and l proceedings
it being
does not cost; pays.Birmingham house in the state ths action of the Democratic primary -
''k !S>e, formal In their nature. The sec ed by it." The most legislature May 15th and would respect I hereby'announce"' my candidacy
: county in the Demo
ond seizure however followed closely The weather man, cah son why milk is not well of fully ask the support of the honor- for County Commissioner from District
primary 15 and will
by a third, showed conclusivelythat May ap 1 New Orleans Co.
No. subject Grocery
r the Mexican government had de- safely predict much ,cooler weather due to the fact that people tbVsupport of all Democrats. able sacola,vote,, and of Esc thegood,mbia. citizens county. of Pen- the primay of May '15th.to the action of

termlned the nature and extent of its Monday: Vlce-President Fairbanks too quickly. If a glass of CHAS. M. COSTON. 1' Very respectfully J: "B. ROBERTS.For .

rights in the matter for itself and will be In the city. lowed hastily it enters into< ,J. L. BELL. Jas.
:with no consideration of any claims ach and then forms in ri am a candidate for represent: i County Commissioner) Dist No.3. McHugh ,
of Americans. in the lower house of the state ) ,I
the Part
en curdled difficult, of I hereby announce my candidacy I hereby .announce my Phone 105.
mass, subject to the action of candidacy for Proprietor.
j In Mexican eyes the Vessels were _
'v. i fprthe office of Justice of the Peace re-election tathe office of com"missioner .::...
If Democratic of 15 county
on the other hand primary May ,
poachers; the crews thieves. No explanations ,
DRAINAGE NOTA, for the' Second District of Escambla from District
1 and no denials on the part is I will appreciate the fupport of No.3, subject: BBgWBBBffBaBKgyp yi ljllUM
quantity sipped vand
*' CAMPAIGN ISSUE democrats. County, subject to the Democratic to the action of the Democratic Primary -
_of the masters of the fishing crafts S .
*; ------ utes at least are occupied J. El LONG. Primary to be held May 15th, 1906. of May 15.
; could alter the verdict and the \
men '
Zolfo Advertiser ing it, then on reaching R. L. NICHELSEN. J. ,M., ,%'!IREWS. Household
1 taken were treated as convicted criminals ( '*. *, ""
a'a -
: from the moment of capture. ach it is so divided that hereby announce myself
News reports Insist that theywere .,y.H". ulated, as it must be by for the lower house of the hereby, anounce myself a candidate I hereby announce my candidacy I
for the office of Justice of the
S for
VI legislature, subject to the.ac- county'commissioner from District
the :of -
[ denied assistance
: even conn while
gel and to the Mr. "M.. G. Carlton writes a very in- digestion' is g of the Democratic primary oa Peace for District No. 2, subject to No. 2, subject to the. action of LinensYou
one report
i-*-_ ,crew* of one according vessel at least were teresting letter In this Issue of The instead of being in- one l 15th. GEO. T. MORGAN.I the:action of the Democratic Primary the primary, of May ,Jjfth. .

claped into a filthy and vermin Advertiser, and among other things Is densed mass, upon the May 15th.. .' JOHN A. MERRITT. Invited to oi
loaded Jail of the opinion that the drainage of the which onlY' the digestive hereby announce myself a candia \ J_ ,D. GOSS. are come '..t
see our new machine which
ifr ,
No doubt American fishermen from Everglades should ''be 'an issue in the act, it; is more in':'the representative m the lower I hereby announce my candidacy for have recently installed a? <*
? time! to time will be found committing legislative campaign. of the state legislature! sub I am'a candidate for :Justice of the re-election. to .the office of county com ',
and in and out thousand dollars which d'''
depredations in Mexican waters. :We disagree "with Mr. Carlton In sponge to the .action of the' Democratic Peace in the Democratic primary to missioner from District No 2, subjectto '
Indeed it is hard enough to keep the this. The drainage of.:the EvergladesIs bulk the gastric juice can- of. May 15.', be held May 15th, 1906 District No the action of the Democratic prf. nothing but iron household !a

menhaden fishermen within bounds an enterprise which Governor Bro- ly and perform itsjunetfon. : '-' M. O} BAGGETT. :t ,Escambia County; Florida. Any mary. ens. "Washday need not ro,''
assistance will be apreclated from any one now-just eefl
.teff the Jersey coast, but the reports y W, J,. SENNOTT.For ill to the Star '
S that come from Mexico indicate that the Democratic Voters of Escambia the. Democratic voters. *
r1 the government down there has acted How is it with the County: GEO. J. SLOCUMB. County Commissioner Dist No. 2.

z with a lafctf; a trifle higher than this Pale 7 Thin; ? days? Hive they plenty the request 'of many friends Tax I hereby_ announce my candidacy The Star Steam
For Collector.
government can afford to tolerate. courage, strength! .Orar the country and' from the city I 1 for county co m1s ioper.from District

It may yet be necessary to'teach / thin, pale, delicate P This r announce my candidacy Ion ":.ii hereoy announce myself a candidate No. 3, : subject to the action of the
''Mexico' that 'T>ark Age methods 'applied you of Ayer Samparillt. It does great things for children. It" at1v in the legislature at for re-election to the office ot Democratic,primary of May 15. Laundry.

to, American citizens starts a t good appetite, improves their digestion, builds tip their'general cession 1907 subject to the action fax Collector for Escambia county .. ... A. C.,BLOUNT, JR. 37 Sartfen St. Phone H*

ir ,fums-whlch may flot extinguished. your doctor' .if be endorses this. 'W.hiv.oueretsI. liFESil1'} t ii the Democratic primary May loth.. at'the. primary to be held oa May 15. PenucoU... Fin
such methods I' ; and I earnestly solicit the fcup- ,
until are exterminated.
t1 ..- -'-: 1906.. I solicit your rote. I hereby; announce, my candidacy --1
1>Qt\ of t&e Democracy of E c&ia )
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PAINS East.Gadsden" street. I "SKIN RAW -
"The Best is,Whit We Sell" ECZ'U
AND EVENTS .' Mr.. and 'Mrs. t. W., Cody and Mr. '
AMERICAN WOKEHF1HD REUEF pEOPLEB1 ana Mrs. D.. S. .Conway, all of Birmingham AMD FEVERISH. :, f
MISS E.. NELLIE BECK have been in Pensacola
of Miss Irene Crosby la One I several days'and have spent a portionof EcZemaisatormentingsInbbo .
Thousands of Cures made toy Lydia =.. :: :: :: :: : : : In their time in fishing across the disease caused by an aCId .humor '
Vegetable Compound. 1m, .; ,\ bay. Both of .the ladies, as well as In '
p.nkham's the blood coming in contact with
r. the gentlemen are enthusiastic "fish the skin and producing redness, inflame f .

women realize that ;. GRADUATION RECITAL organize a company of cavalry. He ermen," and hey are now prepared mation and almost intolerable itching. An inactive state of the system and ', ,:

flow not the many plan of nature that women 1. CF PENSACOLA GIRL. was obliged to to walk with a, crutch The ,Good Old ta $wap fish stories with the best of sluggish condition of the eliminative members leaves the waste and refuse '
His: suffer so severely. The entertainment given at Wesleyan and require this support when he 'em. The party will return to Bir-- matter of the body to collect and sour instead of passing them off throughnature's ': .
jjiould .iniagham. to-day. channels of bodily waste The blood in its efforts to the .. .
College Friday nigh was the]mounted, but in spite 'of these difficulties purge system ,
graduation recital of Miss Loula Bar.I the company was organizedand I 4IMzs. of all foreigtt-matter; absorbs this acid and throws it off through the '.-

nett of Jacksonville, Fla., Miss Linaj he was made its second lieuten Summer TimeI Marie L. Weeks of Pensa- pores and glands of the skin. The acrid humor seems to ooze out and set J
Hartsell of North Georgia, and Miaa; ant. .This company :was made a part cola, Fla., Grand Matron of the Flou the: skin on fire, the straw colored, sticky fluid drying and forming crusts, .j '; ,

4 ._ _. Fulghum of Pensacola Fla. of the Sixth Alabama Cavalry, and ida O. :E. "S., accompanied by her and the itching is intense. When these pustules are scratched off the skin ", J .

I Miss Fulghum, who has frequently]I Liuet Pinney was subsequently promoted We always want for something friend, Mrs. Nettie V. Turner, of New is left raw and feverish and often a solid sore is formed and kept up by the. '. J. .
'I Smyrna, Associate Grand Matron of ;
to be its captain and 'adjttant.The constant of acids from
been heard this year, played) again;; escape the blood. Local applications of salves,
Florida O. E. S., visitors pow- L
,..z .' with her usual delicacy and spirit,! regiment was commanded by cool and .refreshing to I city Thursday and were were guests to our of ders, lotions etc. are desirable and should be used. because they allay the -:. -f-ii; <
Colonel, afterward General, James R
especially ,her two 'last selections, the -f and the sufferer ?
itching give : temporary comfort. but are in curative 4 '
4 CJantonOr Alabama 'These beverages be I the 'Troy House. In the afternoon no sense ;
Serenade 'Badine, .of Gabriel-Marie, 'and was used drink. can because they.cannot reach the seat of the trouble
which '
as an independent 'command in I they'were entertained by Mrs. Eva is in the blood. ;
.lI, and the Mazurka of --Wienlatawski.., 'j 1 I meeting the raids of the Union kept at home ready for use C. 'Sartwell, and gtven a view of our S. S. S. goes down into the blood cleanses .
excellent ,
Very work has been done
city by .a drive to."City Beautiful" the circulation of all acids and humors builds '
troops._ Sometimes the command ,
t 'V through the year by Miss: Lurleyno: when you feel like taMn'g' a linother\!, points of interest. Theyreturned the thin '
S sour and
Fulghum, a promising pupil of Miss i was upon the borders of Tennessee, I. S S up by removing every J
again: it would be harrassing the Fed : to New Smyrna in the even- vestige of the cause cures Eczema .
.. .. Cailey. She will receive: a certificate: cool drink. We have- CD perma- *
ing.-Daytona Gazette-News. I
in violin this year and expects to return -:erals in the environments of 'Atlanta. I : nently. The irritating eruptions disappear,
to college and graduate next I Iin all these engagements Capt. Pln- WELCH GRAPE JUICE..30c PURELY VEGETABLE. itching and burning cease and the acid- .j,
Mrs. Thomaa V. Hannah returned
year. She is studying also both voice ney led his company with distinguish fired skin,being fed by fresh, cooling stream ";4iji .
from Perot Ala. where
lest night ,
and piano. Miss Fulghu'm ia a very, ed bravery. GRAPE JUICE SPLITS.... 10c she has been visiting her, father of blood becomes soft and smooth again. S. S. S. is made of healing, puriIy, 4 ;

talented young musician .ant obtainsa I Since' the war Caipt Pinney has BLACKBERRY BRANDY (for Dr.. Walker for several weeks. Mrs. i ing roots, herbs and barks that will not damage any part of the system. .
beautiful tone from her. instrument. been engaged in business in Pensa- Hannah Is' accompanied by her sister Book on skin diseases and any medical advice free. <* Z ,

Irene CrosbyThousands She expects to go to Boston after\ cola the, where local he is at present of Confederate adjutantof medical purposei') .. ......40c I Mrs. Brown and children of Mexico me SWIFT SPECIFIC.. ATLANTA, GA. '
graduating next year, to study under camp City.
of American women,however Felix wlnternitz at the New Eng- Veterans. He expresses himself as FRUIT SYRUPS (all|| flavors, for i : -. : [ 'i

,have found relief from E.all Pinkham'a monthly land1 graph.l Con.servatoryracon Tele.: being much reunion pleased and the with plans the made'New Orleans for t ades) ,. .. .. ........ ,.300 Why Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla I ti
suffering by taking Lydia the comfort and entertainment of the II are growing more popular every C aaaaaaaaaaaa eaaaaaaaaaa
it is the most --+-
Vegetable Compound, as .. veterans." day. Absolutely pure, goes twice as rtTn
thorough female regulator known to PLEASANT BAY PARTY TO far as other kinds, and the flavor Is f1l
medicalscienoe. It cures the condition'' SANTA ROSA PENINSULA.' There are a few inaccuracies in the perfection. ;ff f I. xg N ,
above Mr. Pinney is a native Pensa- :
which robs these causes periods so much of their discomfort terrors.and i iMiss A jolly, Mrs.party Giddens consisting cf Mrs. McGuire -'! colian and was born i nthe old house : I fU L DistinctiveWaist -J ? m ,f t'N
Mr.and Mrs.i
,. street adUoining.the! : .
Irene Crosby .of 313 Charlton Gray and daughter Ruth, Mrs.' old corner Moreno Zarragossa homestead of which it ROSEN AUSGERELDS, N ltiJ':J'' l .

Street, East Savannah, Ga., writes: Vlathews. and son Mr. and Mrs. Geo.:' was originally a part. He and Gen- I SAGE LEAVES II m LJ\ N 1 ; I'

Lydia E. PinkhamWegetabla Compound I T. :Morgan, Miss Belle Duncan, Miss eral Moreno played to gether all their I The Fancy Grocers, ; .,
is a true friend to woman. It has been of. Virgie Sheppard,, Miss Gertie McDonald -childhood, and were Intimate friends IU t I 1 fU .i -i<;! ',
great benefit to me, curing me of'irreguiarand Mr. Herman White and Capt W. Phone 391. Pensacola. 1 ", \ / 111 :f ;. .:
the hosts to '
when had until General Moreno joined Special The. Journal. J..W IJI ""
failed painful, and I periods gladly recommend everything it to other V. McDonald, chaperoned by Mr and gone on '.befor.e.- '. I Brent May '7.-We have had two N W f\J t t'y': : : :
suffering women." Mrs..:'Will McDonald Boarded the good '.,Mr. Pinney when quite a. )Jad left [ mock showers the past week. Thurs- Mr t :

Women who are troubled with pain-. launchlTuscola- Sunday morning ana Pensacola and went to New York day th9''clouds and wind made quitea N 'I- '. 11. flJ '.. t! -' 'f.

hi or irregular periods,* backache,, spent the day at the popular. and I city where .he was educated. laterentrfng To Remove FrecKles & PimplesNadinola bluster hut we 'just Bad enough, w II E' It "n,,1.U i. :.:' 1 ..'.!. f'
pleasant resort 'Sea Breeze" on Walt Street. rain to {Dampen the surface of M ... ,.. .C
bloating (or flatulence), displacementof 13anj'ta I' InTen'Days Use an m. :" .
inflammation or ulceration,' Rosa ,sound. I When the call to arms sounded he inch board. 4iN m !' '- '
that organs.bearing-downn feeling dizziness "!"An excellent fish chowder with. J'returned to Pensacola: and, joined- the .'Friday afternoon the wind got up "UI 1 '"tJ'' i .. : .
faintness, indigestion nervous other dainties was served'.and the i I Pensacola ':RIfle: 'Rangers Hinder command .-( A Under sew discovery! sold and blew the' rain clouds away. But 1471 I ; tk ... .: .L
prostration the blues should take party spent a jolly" day foafhing ,and 1 of Capt. E. A. Pqrry who ,later DIM and ?neyT. gun-re- after night we had an authorized Styles I ; ro '

immediate action to ,ward elf the serious strolling about. the. grand old wc consequences and be restored to the peninsula, returning to the -icity .-.- ; ''- : freckles, pimples, iirerapots forecast), which ran a xpint of water (U tZ ; : "1 '" /
perfect health and strength by taking about 9 o'clock that nightANNUALCONVENTION GRAND OFFICERS, SELECTEDBY ,, son-tin, sallow- off the house roof! ::6irfu ).\ .". .i.' .
em collar dlaoolortlons *- .. ;> \
Lydia E., Pinkham's Vegetable Compound -+- ORDER EASTERN STAR. M \!' ,blackheads and all It will require several months for w 'to r ;

and then write to Mrs. "Pink' U.' D, C. :The. Grand Lodge of the Order of .'matter.ernpUou of of the bow skin laD'&t&Ildin't DO such "April-fool" showers to saturatethe such show will lift ideas above N [ ,; {i.,
.as we
ham, Lynn, Mass.JOT further free ad- the Eastern Star during the annual '. Cures ordinary parched earth. '
vice. She Is daughter-in-law" of Lydia. ORLANDO HOSPITALITY.The ssssion held in St. Augustine, elected -..: cues wont In in 10 2Q days days.,and After the On Tuesday's morning train came fU the .ordinary There is a characteristic air tu ,1 "J. ; :
E. Pinkaam and for twenty-five years eleventh annual convent! n of the following'officers. these defects 'are removed toe skin will be Mrs. J. W. Kohler, Mrs. Greo. Bredt fU about of Waists that appeals to N ,
has been advising women free of Florida 'Division Daughters 'of the I frs: Marie :-S. Weeks; Grand Matron lear, soft bealtbr aid beautiful. No possible and Mrs. Dollie Mathews to spend every one cur d' : i.f:
charge. Thousands have been cured Confederacy held in Orlando May Pensacola.,* at barm leading can reeolt-tron drag 6>$rea or its PT/nte.mall.60 cents and 11.00 the day with us at Cloptonla. N every lady who wants a Waist that's different, fU ..! }, ;

W_so doinpBOSSd'S. _ _ 2-3-4, elected the following officers: I 1 Mr. Arthur H. Carter Grand. Patron NATIONAL TOILtf COMPANY Paris. Tena. Wednesday afternoon Miss Edith Our !U '. :: :. 'f
President' -Mrs. (Dr.) Stringer,I I Holly Hill._ '_ Lusk anoi.! Iiss Georgia Boyer mad"I m N v'' "; c.11'i }'I.
Brooksrille. I Mrs Nettle V. Turner,. Grand Associate an overland buggy trip out, with a I ) ,_ rU
Honorary Presidents Mr, L. D. M. Matron New Smyrna.Mr. 'For houses may fall and their wrecks cargo.of.delicious .ice cream. N 1
Thompson, Lake CIty, -ft-s. M. c.1 John W. Sineath, Grand Associate may strew Frozen! cream is admitted Into this Royal I Waists

Cream Drysdale and. Mrs.. .W. T. McNulty. .of I Patron, St. Augustine.. The plape 'neath misfortune's country free of duty, and we shouldbe ro I :?. L 4";
Ice Factorycan Jacksonville. Mrs. Cora H, Dtttmar, Grand Secretary ; .frown; p% pleased to have a regular flow w : ? "' ; ',:i "

furnish cream in First Vice President-Mrs.' Law.. \ : Fort Pierced But a | Lvoice cries: "!We will turned in this direction during the N made fU .1 "1':: ,,'
you rence. MrsJ: Arthur H.'-, Carter, 'Grand bug Jlan w! hot season! are perfectly perfect fitting. They give t

guaranteed.PHONE any quantity. .Satisfaction Second 'Vice-PresIo.it-Mrs.' Chest Treasurer. Holly Hill It's the'people that make a town.t Mrs. ,,Ge(). -Marshall is again enjoying -' N the wearer that satisfactory feeling that they tIS R j;" :: *;.' .
nut. I Mrs. Padgett, Grand Conductress her. usual health and will soon ro
1326 ru dressed with whom ; :
.' Third ytce-Preideut---Mrs. Medley. Clear Water. .*- i'l 1 sn'! tie 'plain or.the mountain leave us for-her home 'in E. Liverpool are as neatly as any they :. >: .
SAM BO&SO. Prop. Fourth''VicePresident-Mrs.* Wain- ,Mrs.. Dr Orphaf. D. Bruce GrandAssociate Nor tiaoteaafhatrolU afar, Ohio. She has been_going into town N may come in contact. Why not buy a Royal ? N t ; .'t,' -
..-. '- wright. I Conductress, Tampa. Nor the field fountain the J Jw
waving nor the evfwr Friday aft rn n to Sttted They are as reasonable as the shoddy kind. ,:: ;
CHOOSING A PIANO. Recording Secretary-Mrs. Brown. The following officers were appointed That makes us the men we are. lodger meetings of the Rathbons Sisters J i.J;

This will not be a dtfficult'tak II KJorrespondfng' Secretary, _;.- Mrs., by the' grand matron; When\the shadows of want.. .nd grief when beajth; .permits. .ff,2 I
you come here to select. There's\ individuality Vann. Mrs.: Dohn, Grand Adahl: New expand In the disastrous: conflagration which' Price $125to9.OO. N : i;
of tone in every one' of Treasurer Mrs. Gwynn. Smyrna.-. / ,Jt.is'lien that..-we know the worth multiplied the earthquake calamityat ( i\
ours-Kranrch & Bach Lester, Packard Registrar Mrs. BlackwelU1 Mrs.. Beyer; Grand Ruth, Pensacola.Mrs. Of a gentle heart and stalwart hand. San Francisco we have another ),'1 8 of:1'' : :

Cussell, and Ciutter.. Their!ione Historian-' Irs. Howe. Jengtt Grether, .Grand Esther. ::v.. .1he. pep! %hat make",the earth. mighty lesson on the structure of N .1. i,
is' pure,'rich delicate and yet of great '!'A very charming compliment Jacksonville.Mrs. -.1 cities. Jt would! be well to legislate '
arrying power. Mrs. Fred O. Howe of this city was Sartwell Grand Martha, Day- PDREIGN MISSIONARY that coming cities must have numerous ; if )

CLUTTER MUSIC.-HOUSE, her election by acclamation as hIs- .tona. MEETS THIS AFTERNOON' ,,, "park,.straets". to stay the sweep! I WATSON PARKER & REESE GO t.t.m :

Pensacola, Florida. torian. |f Irs. Louise, .Dale,. Grand Electa, at.: The Foreign Missionary Society of ing flames; With such precaution,j .
Nothing has been heard from the 'Augustine: x ", the Gadsdten( M. :E. church niseis this and the .exclusive use of iron, glass 1 '
0.--- .* Pensacola Daughters who attended Mrs. Mae E. Robbing, Grand Mar- afternoon. Business of importance and pottery in the construction of: f Successors to Green & Watson. fj 4 /

theijepn-vention. but, 'as. one or, two .of shal. Titusyille._., Yi J.r sa.cte -' .4,.&, ,fun; attenMFs. -Buildings,. the insurance rates against -. .*
}hem Intended visiting -Tamp.-before Mrs. Alice BL'-Robbln Grand Chaplain : ; ; II 33 and 35 South Palafox Street. j 4. ..
PIANOS AND .ORGANS. ; : ........, \?; fleelr4.A J-.' fire would be reduced to a minimum. r ..
they'return it Is 'probable all have S .nford .
All Piano W rk 'Guaranteed. 1t Q'one'so. |I .Mrs. J. iB. -ad'Grand Warden, C. M. 'C vfngton left Satur.daf maaaeaaeaaeaa ea !22a222eaail r '.:',.
lAnd, if they have they are to be ,iDaLandl I ,
night Wadesboro N. C. and
# 12.EAST GOVERNMENT ST. # envied they are bound to have such The St Augustine Record says: wilj.visit' JtfvllJ] ? : N. C.,. and Bir. .
a lovely time.. Peopls always do. "While the conv ntIon' will adjourn I iningham, .A1a.'befor: returning. ;{' 1, '(, ; "

** PHONE 476.DONEY. #* -+- to-night, many of the delegates wjll More iP'eopIe Know Like Newbro'sHerpicide It. ...4.... 44..4..,4..4................4..4..........i r' %; : '
the. Better They I.
CONJUNCTION OF PLANETS remain over to-morrow and.the local
MIss Julia :JJpyd Lee leaves Mobile
S it becomes known the i
The' more
--------. -,- NOW RACING EASTWARD. chapter 'will, extend esthat tOday for, Columbus Miss. Letter liked. One bottle sells:

or Wonder laymen:how'in Pensacola'many people saw students' Venu'J'overtake .business as yet have of \the been''prevented convention. A by launch the I Miss Arkwright: *of Alabama who two, and it is those' is two what sell we four are Newbro's talk--!; A Good Soft Feather Pillow I : t J !;: .

Mars Sunday morning? Venus trip on the bay and a drive over the pent Sunday'with relatives on Gads- Herpicidfe all .
It-cleans the scalp
Mars and Neptune are runninga city are among the" featuresof' enter den: street left. last night for home. ing-about.and .destroying the cause a affords its user a soft, sleep inducing head rest. 5 !' ; ,
.race eastward and 'Venus will.over- tainment contemplated., ; + '' :
take Jupiter: Friday evening and Mars "Every section of the state Is represented 'Mr.. Andrew Kerr; whq has beenspending return little germ of dandruff.or. parasite As, a prevents hair dress.the The "Emmerich" Feather Pillows i ;.}t: :,
will .catch up with Jupiter a week at the convention, there being a.few* days in 'Pensacola, It to be 4 '
it delightful. ought : .
about 75 delegates present These ing '
,later. ladies and gentlemen of prominence left Monday fdr his 1).ew.home in found on every toilet table. It stops : are made of pure, soft, elastic feathers from clean, well f J; ;k ,
and Mars of are -
Venus course are the Tennessee, but expects; to return in baldness.It .
"star" performers ''in this heavenly and the Ancient City is ,fortunate Jung on very interesting business. 1l1ng- hair, and prevents i kept; healthy'geese. The feathers have ''been chemically : t 1 ;
ued occasionally, as a
drama as they appeared to touch eachcther in having them here." ; should be the scalp froma treated to. insure perfect condition and will remain c,. '- :'. _:

Venusbeing" in.. astronomical, -4- Mr. and Mrs; W. H. Covington who, preventive new invasion to.jrotect: of the dandruff mi ; sweet and pure to the end. : 1'';j J. ';'<' j, ..
language only five minutes south of i THE PEOPLE have been visiting their sons Mr. H. W. A. DAlem- "
in the I I (From th> Washington Star):. crobe, For sal? by, : ;
Mars. M. and ;
L. and Mr -.C. terte, druggist 1d apothecary, 121 : and i JJ
It isn't the streets. the buildings $3.00 $3.50 $5.00
willbe nor $2.00
Venus !
On Friday evening their tfmghtenMrs. o. I,.. Bass, leave South Palafox ,street. or seiw'' lOc in ,
one degree and eleven minutes north are reared "neath'prosp rou to-day for theIr' home 'in Wadssboro, : '
The Herpicide
kid.Nor stamp J Cov- :
Mr. W.-T.
Jupiter. : their son
N. C.. where Co., Detroit, .}1 ch. :
Comb. 4. the domes with their' 'splendi'dgildings "' : Ington ,Js very ill. Mr. H.; I* Covington 2.50 to $15.50. Mattings fronj 20 to 35 cents. Mus- : .I"Jfrom ; :

INTERESTING SKETCH OF and Mrs Bass have returned ery 4 quito Bars in abundance. We sell the only genuine"ODORLESS" : \
PENSACOLA VETERAN That 'We truly revere and prize. "'.
A recently from IWadesboro. : Refrigerators. ;

The following sketch of Mr. John Mrs. F, E. Brawner leave Wednesday GnatReduction : ., .+ .,12I! c :.
L. Pinnay, which recently apparedin noon as delegate from the Home ;

2 M for the New Orleans Times-Democrat. Missionary Society of the Palafox M.E. .
will be read with interest -by many 'Found Out ;. church to the district conference I & 'I l :; '. ;;
readers of The Journal. which convenes' in Greensboro. Ala., fliARSTON QUINA,
"One of the interesting veterans'at-- Thursday, May. 10. in
tending the reunion is Adjutant John 4 i! 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. ': ;j 4': ;:
L. Pinney Camp Ward No. 10 of theFirat Mrs. M. P. Bonifay left Monday ., :

25 cents.This Brigade of the Florida! Divi Trained Nurse r.oon (:.or a few days visit to Mrs- W. t......................+.............:.............. : :! ;: '"

sion. Capt. Pinney is accompaniedby BHoyt in Montgomery, Ala. .,F. ..r
of the ..,i". ,.
members .
the following : 'VSaCoffee : >
camp: F. Suarez, D- B,, Reed, A Suarez Mr. F,. B. Gentry spent Sunday in' I #.t:... < '

W H. Murphey, G. Murphey, F. this city with his wife who was called. G1assesWe 'J
Maura. A. C. Pinpen' W. L. WUtich, Jast week to the bedsidfe( of her Eve '

John D. Rendall. D. G. Brent. W. H. iii mother Mrs. Pearson who is very jll.iMr. BAGDAD

is ,some of the Trimmel, J. B. Cooper, Mr. Wiggins, No one is'In better' position to-know '" -'- ,
J, N. Giles. Mr, Carwell, .Joseph Mc- the value of food and. drink than. a Henry -Horsier, who has been -
finest clearest Voy and Mr. Applegats. The com- trained nurse. confined to his bed: since Thursday .f' '
honeywe Journal. <
man&''er of the camp, Bpykin Jonas, Speaking of coffee a nurse of Wilkes was reported not so well last even- Special to The : :

was unable to attend the' convention. Barre, Pa., writes: "I used to drink ipg Bagdad, May 7.The; mills
have ever seen. After receiving his education in strong coffee myself and suffered .4 are now selling"awkes' tory are running on full time.' : .: t..
Pensacola,* 'IFla-j Mr. Pinney went to greatly from headaches and. indIges- Miss Eleanor :Marvin left last: evening factory has Just completed a .': ': J
It will! be deliciousscr.ved New York, where 'ha obtained a position tion. While on a visit. to my.: brothersI I' for Jacksonville where she and of improvements. ;"," '. L :
in Wall Street. He had been had a'good chance to try' Fostum Miss Susie Moreno wlir be delegates There, is very little sickness : : !.- :

with your connected with this houss for seven Food Coffee, for they drank it altogether from the Junior Auxiliary to the community and the doctors t. ,,' ; 'J ,
and would have. been made a Episcopal Council. have a hard time of it. but :
years in place of ordinary coffee In
breakfast biscuit. partner in th9 enterprise.. when the weeks, after using. Postum J sional surgical cases. : t ,;
call: of war reSound d:throughout the found two I was much ben fttted and"final, .;Me. John Wood!! left Monday morning $2.50, Eye Glasses Idlewild Rebjkah '}odg- gave :, ;
: that his to attend the successful entertainment at
realized at once Jacksonville ,
He for fti .
land. ly my headaches, disappeared and also Pavilion for the : ..' ; j .
place was with hisv native state; and embalmers convention which be'gins Oafl Fellows .!
resigning his. position in the northern the indigestion. this: morning and of which Mr. Wood for of the San: Francisco .: ;

city, hurried south to the defense of "Naturally I'have since used Postum i Is vice president. are membersof the order. t'4 ": 1 j t 1
among my patients, and ba.ve qotieed 4fftev. Mrs. Maggie. Bruce has :

old"He Alabama.enlisted with, Company A, a marked benefit where codffee. has. .. Dr. Whaley rector of Christchurch : trom a visit to her daughter ;;< J' : i,
iii. Florida Infantry. the com- been left off and Postum used. who left last evening for theEpiscopal :1.25 A- Watson, in }Mobile. f,:.it., ,
Second known 'as the PensacblaJRffle "I observe a curious' fact about Pos-- council which assembles in 'Mr. and Mrs. J. A.- & tkr ; -
Sol! Cahn & CO.The man being ; and commanded by turn used among mothers. Jt.greatly Jacksonville, will address the Em. returned from a visit to New f. F
\ "caseswhere "
Mr Pinney served helps the flow-of milk in akpere Association Wednesdaymorning. H. W. Thompson and ;;.Ji. ;
Er Perry '. .
'Capt.with: this A. company until the battle ofGames' coffee is. inclined to drY' it op. and Joyner were' visitors' to' ,<'.;,. '' ,-
Pure Food Store mill, in 186, where he was where tea causes nervousness ., t' pn Thursday hit 1': .'> Ii. .
being.'shot throughthe "I find.trouble In getting' servants to severely wounded and :UirOUh.,the knee. His make Postum properly. T. .ey most in Pettsacola. yesterday en route' W moved Into the Wright house. if' : Ii;
Southwest Corner Palifox and latendenclt thigh where he '
shrunken that when always serve' it before it has -ieen home from NTw Orleans, syth'streetTRY '
limb became. so from the hospital boiled long enough. It sohuld be L.boiled attended the reunion of the old "Con- i ,.' ;.,
discharged :
Phones 178 be 'was was forbidden to, ?nter infantry 15 or minutes, and served :'with feds." He is companied byMrs.. Dtugglt. and"patbecarJ. BOSSO'S CREAM.. II- .
he Alston '
1480 cream, when it is certainly delicious Seabrook's sister, Mrs. C. .- \
service. who .will be a guest of the BO'8SOS ,.1,
"But theold'veteran was not daunted beverage. Gulfport South Paljfii 'Street, Petiinli Fl's1 I TRY CREAM
by this-command..and. Set to workto '"There's a reason". for Postum. family. Both were the. guests last 121 -

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-_ ,. _____r i,I,i P FOR SAE' 'fi ''For< > $all ,FRSALE. .1-

"An Ounce of Prevention is Worth Pound' of Cure. 1j ; REAL ESTATE- MARKET

: i $1.00 Cash and 50a per Week '6 E. .
'. rooni house and .store No. 700 ,
NO Wright".St.. :. .. .. . .$1300 ,
: for lots in East King Tract. '
TAXES OR INTEa! ST;'iil1 double > ,- Beautiful' corner lot, corner. Zar* -- ,SPECIAL OFFERINGS
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and Florida Bianca Sas $850
Watch Your In value before paid f r,- ragqssa '
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NeighborsGradually Lots 13 to 19 inclusive of block Lot t7ji0, close in W. Interiden.56500- ...or...

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Other Property( -r:brSaiO: 51.. Belmont tnu must..be: sold!' at 5...lots." ,corner Jackson and 16th"ave.Vt -

once. l "i' .; *: '- > n1e.!, : h ".; .. ..o- ... .$20 OJ HOOTOJM &, WATSON
risn'g in the world, and then ascertain how : 52400r-Ele'6 .room cottage- one" -, -. ; 12 room.2 glory residence near Confederate -

they are doing it. In nine cases out of ten,you will find ; block from R.;, E.Lee" Square; We will move ma few days to the I, bath and, everything'modern, "'! scorner Leading Real Estate Rental and Insurance Agency
; : ,.- iL-. .-.- -. ... .$3150 ,
they have purchased their own lIttle homes often on of Government -
.' 58000-Property adpoinlng Y. M. C A. DeLuna'"and ;E.Ieggjitthqme: !arge lot on East "

easy 'terms while their enterprising .neighbor. Is still I on the .east,. 18.0. br 155feet, streets.i"What'srlgoodl.. enou'sh-.for HJH/ri A :- .;.*- i .. ...55500 > $512,500.00( store fouildings and'a; dwelling, containing 6 rooms, near
\ i houses on .same renting for $870a 16 X'irponrf: .:cottage, East Jackson Union Dedt A fine investment.

paying rentA i i I year. "53000 cash, balance 1 others is. good enough for us." Our street..41: ,, u> . . ..v1500 $2,500.O0---On of the prettiest blocks on East Hill, containing 20 lots,
word to the wise Is sufficient Those who do not 'per cent. '4'robai cottage, E. LaRuar bar
each 40137 feet.
52000-Property' corner- West Jackson present office will then be for.....rent, .. %
gain.- '. ; ;..; .. .. .. .. .. ..$1050 desirable lots en North Palafox. This is offered
already own their own home should' see' our listthere'sone !: and Coyle, rents 5218 a year; -.- 2 cottages at Fisherville and 3 lots $3.800.tJo-25 for short very time only.-
: on it for you. We'll be glad to see you 'in our 54200-Business location. West Inten lease.: 't forall.-.. .. .. .. .. l' $1700 $6,300.00Large2story( dwelling North 'Palafox on corner.
,denda, rents $420 under
I .;.Jf you want to borrow money .on
52,500.00-6 dwelling N. Hayne St Lot 80x125 feet.
office write us for Information. '
or $600 cash, balance 7 percent
real estate security, we can let you with lot stables and
53,350.0ijN'.ce roomy dwelling, large out housesin
$60--4() room h9us ; rents 584' a
; have at'7
it and 8 per cent interest. >! excellent location on DeVilliers St.$5,000.00Two .
year. McDavid-Hyer Company, :,List your property with us for sale.i. dwellings, in good neIghborhood. near car line, on N.
: 1 5900 quarter blk., New-C1ty, elegant '
home, site overlooking bayou. Agents NW 'York Barcelona St. -

Pensacola Investment Company 53500-East New Gadsden.modern 8' room- house. ": Life Insurance Company., S. BROWN & CO., I : PHONE 54 No. 37 5. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "t.

$ Oo-7 new houses, North Hayne, S E. Government Street. "We jng.l
0. H. D'ALEMBERTE City,Manager.; rents SII Lots. Thiesen BUil ,
; a year. Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla.Wanted ; I
W.'B. ENOWI1S, Resident R.'B. SIMPSON;Se ratary. -

J.!. STILLMAN, Vertex and Ceo. Hanafsr. KNOWLES HY!R, Tmsorer.Rael LESLIE E. BROOKS ) 'I :t., WANTED I- -

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Estate, Loans, General Investments. Phone 462Flther-Building -- ----- __ WLAt WfltLP4.tflfl I ;; 1 1OV.ER

215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, 'Florida.p 'I FOR RENT. W.A.NTED-Room" with board for couple WANTED. ': position as stenogra-! HO e S a v ngs !
512.507-5 rooms. 401 Guillemard. near Palafox and Garden. State ph rby young lady with experience.:

516.00- .rooms, 409 Guille.mard. price whch must be reasonable. R. P. 0. Box 244. Florala. Ala.
I S., Journal. 8may2t, 29apr2w 10,000,000 AMERICAN PEOPLE PAY INDUSTRIAL INSUR.


Professional Directory FOR SALE ,_ HELP WANTED Wi..Vr'ED-The' public: to know that SECOND .HAND CLOTHING WANT- DEATH.American; '

,-,_&w_snrnwjwtflflWUWflmWflfli List of Property for Sale by D. Hale the Pensacola Building Associationhas EDT-Highest price paid for. gents j
Wilson, & Co. decided to follow the lead of the clothing only; Sell second hand goods.:

One block on proposed street carline progressive young men; iave -established \ Dress suts for- rent 9 E.. Intendencia. Life Insurance Companyis

i T. G YATES M I D. New?:City, overlooking Bayou'' Help Wan'ted.Today. that modern ,and up-to-date

Texar, and under fence.$3000;t thoroughfare, DeLuna street and that, N'J'ED.-A. R. Bingham' wants
: OPTICIAN One half block on Lakeview avenuein l they are up-to-date and modern firm; ',yonr/moving and hauling. He guat'ftnfPPS the onlj; straight life, legal reserve company organized in Florida.

settled neighborhood and on hard have taken offices at 210 D Luna Si., all breakage: Phone 630. HOME OFFICE, TAMPA. CAPITAL STOCK $500,000

:: 306 THIESEN BUILDING-t;. road, very cheap at,. . ..51500 and are ready to server-'the public! In WANTED-All owners of poultry to'

One-half block (12 lots) and six new : : the building line. Any general contract. know that'we are agents for the eel j ISSUES ENDOWMENT AND LIFE POLICIES FROM $50 TO $10,000

houses renting for $5.00 each with ing, repa'r work" a J specialty' ; plans ebrated Donkey's. Poultry Remedie,
: WM D. HOWE, room for seven more houses.. $3250Two' .specifications furnished with estimates Guaranteed to cure rupe, cholera j I Pensacola Office: Brosnaham Building

: ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW large lots and a good three \\\A1\"TED-Three\ camp cook, wages, on short notice. Jas. M. gape and- to kill fleas, lice and mites.)!

14/ EAST GOVERNMENT ST. room and hall house renting for $G.OO $25 to,545 per month; three, ,teamsters, Johnson, Mgn:, L. Re.denback, Asst Also their wonderful egg- producer. F."
per month; if sold at once. ..5600 $2.00 per day; sx: bridgemen, 51-75 to Mgr. 8mayMOYBR i S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. 234. -
One nice five roomed house in good .
$2.50 per day; work- on Apalachlcola i' 18apr..<
locality'with' 37 foot lot renting for' ..
the first-
Northern R. R., between-Apalachlcola on square has a nWWL JUtS ,
NOTICEThe $10.00 per month.,. .,.. .51000: and River Junction; all'y ar Job. :.Go .. class meat market.and handles nothing WANTED buy old gold and silo FERRELL HOTEL-Sneads, Florida.'I MONEY TO
One-half an arpent and ten roomed, tonight Apply to H. Kopp at Per but the best of 'eyerythlng. All ver broken up stuff regardless of Rates $2.00 per day. Nice rooms, LOAN-Everybody bor.
house in central part'of the city, nice;' kinds of vegetables, fine and table the best. J. M. Fer- rows money from Jno. A. Hall ot
Woolley Sanatorium only Institute due House, corner 4J' .rr 'gona and complete sizes Cash. paid. Lightman & Klein, good beds Co 16 E. Government street.
in the United States where the shade and fruit trees.$5500. Chase streets. Smaylt line of fancy groceries. 20 lbs. Standard 106 E." Wright. Phone 1127. rell Prop. 17apr Winuiu
Vacant lots in any part of the city| need call on oa. 9feblm
; Opium, Cocaine and Whiskey habitscan Granulated Sugar 1. When you I

: be cured without exposure and at prices 'that'wlll take. Several In- Help Wanted.. .. ,. ,,'. .- ..'.. .:. I .want the best go ,the ,East End uP- 07 HOTEL Special VERNON-Rates rate by week. .Special$2 per day.attention MONEY LOANED on all kinds of
vestments that will net 10 centon personal
with so much ease for the patient. Only per WANTED good nurse. :Apply C. date ,Jleat market andigrocery: store.Phone LOST to traveling men. Free sam property on short notice.
the invested.
'1 ;30. days' time required. Describe FOR RENT. H. Turner, corner Strong and BaY 1 ,718. 8maylw'WANrPEDJroIanmdto ---'r.- -- -rw pIe room. Mrs. J. P. Slauldin Prop. Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2v..
: your case and I wUl write you an .
len Sts. 8may '
Ten roomed house centrally located : LOST STRAYED OR STOLEN- 15apr. I Romana. Phone 1165. itch
opinion as to what I can accomplish I $200 can I
.for you. Ask your family physician and unexcelled for a boarding house 'WANTED good cook. Apply at' be paid by weekly drinonthly pay. Young Coachdog, with small black! HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open.. all the, MONEY TO LEND-On -
to Investigate. Dr. B. M; Woolley, 104 on street car line, $35.00 per month.: once to Mrs. J. E.'Turtle, Fort Bar' m nts. "Good security- and interest. and :white spots all over with excep-j American and European plan.i real estate
year. |; security, or on good collateral
Five roomed house close in town tion of back. Reward for return to
N. Pryor Street. Atlanta, Ga. rancas. Smay J. J.Ruthbye, City. Special summer rates. First-class in: rates. Leslie E.
at lowest Brooks
large yard and nice out buildings stable 6maylw*; : Dr. 'W. J. Hannah-t.:131 E. Gregory. (
respect Pleasant and conven-i building.
j'"S" every. Fisher 21Jan
etc. > month.-
,' 520,00 per 6may4t I
WANTED-Travel1ug salesman wanted -" lent Mrs. T. L. Bowen. Prop., Pen-!
Jf what )'OQ'want. is not listed here ; salary:5100 month and expenses; WANTED-Second hand furniture sacola, Fla. ISapr1 I MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal
I '5700- : call us" up by-:- phone. 234 or' call and LOST-Gold filled watch and fob; El- short
samples free. California Cider '& bought and sold. Ring phone 754 r property on notice.
.I see us at 30 S. Palafox. street Flavoring Co., Box 1347; St Law' orcall at 112 S. Tarragona St.H: C. gin. :works 15 jewels. Initials on THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy rooms Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. Ups lain.
Buys a five room cottage, E. Gregory. Mo. It* O'Hara. 2may fob, J. C,: P.,.n mber of case 6118382, good beds. Free baths and.sample 28 South Palafox St, Phone 1144.UNLIMITED .

I near R. R- shops. I. D. Hale Wilson & Co.0 j number of.works. 754860S Reward room$2 per day. Special i attention I I inc!

51200-For' neat five room cottage on WANTED-Young man'about 20 years SURETY ON BONOSThe American for return Williams store," Jackson I.to traveling men. J. R. Brown, Prop" amount 01 money to ..
and DeVillers. St t
: East Hill to ,do do general *ork and collect Surety Company 'of'New YOrk' Is 4maylw DeFuniak Springs. Fla. ISmarlnj all kinds of personal pro jierty.
51500-For six room summer home ing.:! 'Must be well recommended and prepared to execute atthis city with Special rates to business men on larM
on Little Bayou near' car line. furnish Bond. Address I., Journal. out delay Bouds and Undertakings required -Lost--Rey ring with seven keys'on; CENTRAL HOTEL, CHIPLEY-Op. leans. The New York Loan Co., 201

'. FOR RENT. 8may.: '. in. the courts, and for the performance finder will receive suitable reward depot Large, and well lighted South PalatoLFor
; Cottage 519 E. Gregory .. uS.OOC.R.YAEGER of contracts. Wm. D.: Howe, by returning to 15 W. Government. rooms. Free sample room.. :Meals at

SOLldTORS WAN'VED-To solicit I attorney, 14% E. Government 'St. 4may.' all hours. Special'attention to trav-

for the -modern workinoin of the 2maylm.1-1 elin'g men. $2.00 'per day. J. M. Tug- ... Sale .
world. Will pay you weekly benefits OLOST OR STRAYED' small dark gle. Prop. 13marlm

No. 202 Theisen Bldg. Phone 686. in case of sickness or accident Takes MATTREsSES RENOVATED-1 New brdwhv heifer with tips orh'orns CHIPLEY HOTEL-Carl: Setterllnd, CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton &
care of the balance of the family in tick furnished if desired. Guaran. sawn ,off; not in-yery- good order, lib- Prop. Special attention to commer. Watson have just received a !la ve
eral reward to any one giving information supply of the latest city showing
V maps
case of death the best fraternal organization I teed. Crapet taken up and matting ''clal travelers. Free sample and bath
For Farm Turpentine in the country. Apply.:at No.' laid if desired. Leave orders at as to its'whereabouts. Last rooms. Large rooms with.good beds. all of the subdivisions.: The maps a r.'J
; seen 14 St. and 14ave., Address J. B. official and down to date and HIS
323 W. Green & Watson. .
Zarragossa street between 9 Phone-193. 7mar
Timber Lands, a. m. and 3 p. m. 6may2w[ T., 104% S. Palafox!- St., or phone 86. 52 per day. ISmarla mounted on heavy linen. Regular

-0--0Save WANTED-Youn-g country printer 8apr BAY HOTEOpen. night and day. price, 52.50; special price on lots of!

LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITY .L"WED-White boy between age' f 'wants a position In" newspaper or European plan. Rooms light and five or more to agents or real estate
Call on or Address 13 I job' ofJice Florida or"Alabama.; clean. Transient trade solicited I I men. Hooton & Watson. 8miy
and 15 years, to drive delivery Has .LOST-Saturday, April 14, presumably '
wagon. Apply Monday morning at 8 eight years' experience and an all- from ,wagon,,package containing 575-579 S. Palafox. Jas. S. Nicolau.' 'FOR SALE-Large ice box, suitahfJ: !

Turner & Aymard both 'by'conferring with us, o'clock sharp to 11 North r lafox. It round gqod job printer. 'A perfect;: pair trousers addressed H. P| Moog. Prpp. for grocery store or market rind

Rea / Estate and Abstract Co. I when out ESTATE. See gentleman and absolutely) sober; will If found-. eturne ""to Express office soda fount,with 20 syrup cups. All u
P, o. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs,Fla us about some of the following: I WANTED' -Two -men that understand start on moderate .salary.- Address and revive reward. 18apr good condition. Will -seil cheap -n

; Store N DeVillier street, rentingfor cleaning and pressing; of men andwomen's stating full particulars,) Arthur Win- .Miscellaneuos exchange for other property. App >
; clothes. free. White Castle, La, w_ w T. J. Bucey 1021 Ninth .
Must be ..experi 12aprlw avenue.7ma.1m'
ye'ar.. .. .
$180 per .1 $1500 ,
PANAMAS-Panamas and straw hats
Board and Rooms. enced and come recommended. Apply : FOR RENT
House on North "C" street, cheap "
: cleaned bleached and blocked by .
-t -, LtMflStt&flPMJWltflLflLfl, at. .. ,.. .. .. .. .. .. .$600 at :11 N. Palafox_ street? 6may WANTED.-All kinds' ol electrical cu-u-u-- W-u- expert workmen. Leave hats at Freid- FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire
COOL wprk.- I sell al} kinds of electrical hogs; best erf breeding. Ask for
liARGB, AIRY, and comfortable House on EastAra'gon street only RENT-Warehouse
I 50x75: )n erickson's tailor shop, 34 S. PalafoxSt.
: rooms for rent during'summer at ... .. .... ?. ;...-.. .. .. ..$650 WANTED-Two capable men for life batteries! and ther' electrical supplies. railroad; Address Box 712, City. 6maylm catalogue. Carl Setterlind, Chipley,
Miss Taylor's, 18 West Jackson St. 98 acres of: good farming land, a Insurance work. Salary' and 'com- When, you need me ring 345 or 955. '6maylw Fla.

may. bargain at" ,;. ',... ..' .. .. ..$1000! mission.. Good 'opening', for right men! E..W., Peake, new1" Star' Laundry building ,, MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE FOR SALE-One new Kokens barber
-. Apply to Lewis Van Winkle: manager I?. Garden. Mattresses made to order old.ones.
Four blocks. in West Kng: Tract r 15dec. FOR. RENT 6 rooms down stairs; chair, also several mirrors.
FURNISHED ROO fs-centrally] lo- each.; ,. .,.,. ... .. .-,.._ '. .$1000 American Lifer Insurance' Co., Brosna- large back porch; large yard and renovate-l. New ticks furnished. Call or write J. A. Billingsley. 14 J K
cated. Best rooms in the city; cool, We have numerous other properties -\l! ham Building. '5may WANTED-The.public to' know that 'stable. Apply*501 West Chase and De Second hand furniture bought and Government St. 13Aprillm

elean beds. Apply 128% ,East Government listed with us and it would payj w.e can doj all kIns''of! repairing Viller St Phone 323. Gmaylw sold. Upholstering and repairing done. '
St 4maylm you to consult us befor making your WANTED First class olnin'groom float hun inr;, horse, shoeing, etc. J.G. .- --. 114 E. Belmont St", city, phone 771. FOR SALE-Nice. clean old newspa-
Investment.We II boy. Apply at once 18 W, JacksonSt. Welsh ..Carriage. Co. _27fe!> FOR RENT:'-We will move to corner I Davis. Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis Mgr. pers at lye cents a bundle. This of.
'" DeLuRa and Government Sts. in a few fice.
OLD MIlL INN-On bay front. Opens are In 'receipt .of advices from I I .
COURT HOUSE DYEING. days and our present office will then .E.XCURSION-The launches Stella FOR SALE-Second P.
June 1. Large, airy and deiig htfuliy. the fire Insurance. companies represented Pressingand hand 25 H.
tool Good fishing, bathing and I by us "That all losses in Cal WANTED smart joung lady ,or Cleaning" Club, 212 N.. DeVillers be for rent. McDavid-Hycr Co. and Leclair will run excursions; to boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply '0

boating. First class table. On eltrlc.'arJine.15 ifornia conflagration will be promptly young man stenographer, who. ha$ St.,. :Mrs. T. J- Davis; Prop. Your pat- 5may.; the Life Saving 'Station or other New Method Laundry. 13Apnl

minutes' ride from city. paid and that THEY WILL CONTINUE experience and good educat'on. Sal- ronage spliclted; satisfaction guaran FOR RENT-Seven room house on points of interest, day or' night on rea FOR-S ALE OR RENT Two light.-n;
:Regular. boarders and transients. TO FURNISH ABSOLUTE ary $10 per week; 'girt name of last teed. Careful attention given' ladies': North Hill for $25.00 per month until -I I son'able terms. Phones 659' and :30. one with capacity for 75 thousand ft.

Terms reasonable. Address Old Mill INDEMNITY' AGAINST LOSS BY employer, J. J. MoCaskill Co.;, Freeport garments. Phone 1222.. : 8febWANTED. Nov: 15th. All modern conveni J. crsutherland, :Mgr. I2apr lumber, the other thirty thousand ca

: ,Inn, Pensacola, Fla. 4may FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE FOR Fla. 5mayJ2t ences. Fisher Real Estate' Agency. TAILORING-B. L. Diamond Tailor. pacity. Rates reasonable. Also :wo
ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS: .-Hauling and. transfer 3may. Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and skiff beats for sale cheapr 22 ft. long,
: PLEASANT- ROOM' to Tent with prlvi- Protect your home -and business WANTED\ -Agents for .took on San work. Office phone 363: residence FOR SALE One grocer's refri' erator repaired on short notice. No. liya 5 ft beams. Telephone or write I. A.

: lego of light house keeping G1 W. against loss by fire by in-faring with mand.Francisco Everybody Distaster buys'Tremendous Big book-de. phone 390. St.Acosta & White. 22-28 ,N.Tarragol2s /capacity 200. lbs. Cheap. ApplyD. I West Government .St, Pensacola, Fla. Chaffin: & Co., Milton, Fla. 25m rON
us. J. Cunningham Romana Idee.
Chase. 8apr and Rail
600 pages. Hundreds of 'PhotographsI I THE HIGH LAND-East Hill Metric
UICELY FURNISHED ROOM for renton ESCAMBiA REALTY CO. I -stories by survivors,; Fifty per :'centPremuium .-The public to know that road Sts. 2may J. H. PORTER, ualtmafcer, H6 South car line, six lots 100 ft. front
North Hill car line; location ; extra. Credit fciven.- Outfit old newspapers can be bought at I Palafox street. Orders taken for I by 137% deep, corners $700, !insi-ie
r 204/2 S. pilifox'Street.. ; free. toda, Drop FOR RENT-7 room house on North tents, awnings, stools and
Write sitia-
Very desirable. Apply %08 W. Gadsden everything this office.for flve cents a bundle. They camp house lots 5600. There are no better ; '
Hill modern
'tre t. 2oaprll Telephone 1052. and make $500 next 80 'days; Standard are all clean and nice. improvement. Block cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 3ljan. tions than these lots. A. V. Ciuobt.JUSfRECElVED .
General agents for State, for Home Co., ,25 Dearborn ,fJt.f. Chicago. from car line. --Address- P., 0. Box 354 SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzle Oert- -Large saipment of
ROOMS CHEAP':Furnished or unfurnished Life Insurance Co., of New York. City., 2maylw & Co '
: Imay2w ,. WANTED-We want your orders foi < ing wholesale and retail ship Imported Olive OIL Retail by pInt
suitable for
; 1907 Art Calendars.. Over 300 original !- chandlers and gmeri:,only firstclashouse i galloa or larger quantity.! G. Morass
-- keeping. On the Hill location high MAKE BIB MONEY JAST selling, designs to select from. Ail i FOR .E."T-Two- first very desirable of kind in city. FUr prices to all. I & Co., ship chandlers aDd grocers tCi
floor of
healthy. Close to car line. Apo stores, on Manhattanhotel I
and the official story. of The Destruction South Palafox. 4octNOTICE
; prices. Mayes Printing Co., MILTON UPHOLSTERING
S14 B. Strong. Phone 1213.18a'Pr1m Corner Garden "and Baylen. SHOP-
FOR SALE of San Francisco Our'authors'Trumbull
I White and Richard 'Linthi,. la. I6feb.WANTED Just completed and arranged in first \V91Ke Mlms,; Proprietor. Furni! TO CANDIDA TESnwIshing :
? For terms ture repairing of -aJl kinds, carpetslaid
class particulars
shape. ,
All kind 'oZ' real estate for sale or cum guarantee authenticity. Nearly furniture to make a successful I"'n
WANTED-A few regular ,boarders .-The Merchants TransferCo. etc.apply Hoofon" & Watson. 29Apr for shipping: :
Also 'a few table boarders in private rent North Hill and East Hill vacant 500 large pages. Dozzisof photo Phone 63. Next to Tampa Landing. i should supply themselves with a '>0'
f lots. Some very choice ones at graphs. Retail 51.50.510; to 520 wants your moving and hauling. I tie of PLUTO. Now is the 0
family; good location convenient to I per All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor. FOR RENT-After May I, furnished 22April sea-son
good bargains for homes or investment day easy If you act quick.! Will outsell stomach and 1 \*'*
prepare your
car line: use of bath and phone No. len Prop. Phone 978. 18jnnei.IjD cottage at "All Bay. Address Box CARRIAGE? repaired and repainted. .
book ever published. Eve1'7body all diseases. .1"
against Pluto will
401 E. Gregory. Saprlra 815, Pensacola. 28apr Floats built to, order Horse shoe-
N =-- One large lot on R. R. good factory Interested. Outfit free.. Send HATS MADE ,NEW Panama For sale by all druggists and grocers
PLEASANT place to board on North or warehouse site. One water front lOc for postage: today.Best terms to ani Straw hats cleaned, pressed ing a specialty.. J.; .O. Welsh Carriage' wholesale by Jas McHugh.
line. Address No. FOR RENT-Second story over Lln-: Co. 27febCHIROPODIST _, _
Hill car 8.
on lot that could
a purchaser make no agents. Credit given. Freight, paid. and blocked. Panama SOc,, straw hats denstruth's jewelry store Suitable
care Journal 27mar mistake to buy. One 40-acre farm Take orders while waitla'g' for outfit 25c, felt hats 35c. Work guaranteed. -Dr. E.* St Clair FOR SALE.-Improved and unlmprJY'
for offices, sleeping quarters or stor
Old newspapers at five cents a bundle ano! one of 160 acres both near Fen- Monarch Book Company, Philadelphia Victor Louis 100 E. Intendencial igyooms. Lee DanielL 24apr Thomas, :professional chiropodist ed property In all parts of the ety.:
at this office. They are all clean sacola.: : Pa. i 26apr2w' 24 aprlm* Corns 'bunions and ingrowing nallssuccessfully' J.A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents,
Four .choice brick business houseson treated. Office in opera Room 7, Salisbury building. phonl
and nice. WANTED-Refrigerator: ; must be in FOR RENT-8-room, 2-story Cottage
Palafox St. for sale. Fine Investment -I WANTEDT-First-class barber for colored house building, Government street en 172.AUTOMOBILES.. 23jan
U pnjperty.: Few 'choice offices trade. Ring 1010-'- 1 rlijg or good condition and cheap for cash. 31.8W.. Belmont Apply to WalkerIIlgrJ.ham. trance. Office hours 8 to 12 a. m.; I. -
Capacity 150 to 200 IDS. Address Lock .
Star. for rent at Store April20A. 1 to 8 p. m" :24apr 1 for tM
Order Eastern call Sylvester Campbell near Box 594, City. -1 am agent
Regular meeting FlorI. Turpentine men all get rich, and I dummy depot Warrington, Fla. 2maylw R. BINGHAM has storage room for REGULAR HACK LJN&-Froro Chip' Pope Mfg. Co. and can! sell you autos

da Chapter, No. 14, Ol have cheap.good turpentine 15 boxes business for 24 apri. WANTED.-Electric work'of alt kind.' rent, suitable for furniture or other ley, makng: connections, with mail; from $500.00 up. They cost less than
sale plenty
E. S., 8 o'clock p. m.. round .timber lease crops on which together ; Let :us.clean your fans. reair'OUr goods 104 and 106 South Tarragona. launch.for points on.8t. ,Andrew, bay. horses to keep'up.. They can be roa

Tuesday May 8. The with boxes good seven years longer. FoundFOUND dynamo do your vlrin etc. Pins St Phone taD SOnovWANTED. Extra teams for traveling men. Good: in sand or anywhere a horse can go-

degrees of the Order Write or call, and eee schedule of 670. Pensacola Elecirlj Co.' 205 S.Baylc .-Real Estate for sale or horses,, comfortable vehicles. Call on Leslie E. Brooks. --

:. will be conferred. Visiting property.' :!. ,, rent, )lease or exchange. Your business or address J. C. Sinclair Chipley, Fla. FOR SALE-Ten new and sproni.s

members' are cor-, ', -Dark :-sorrel mustang mare, 'respectfully solicited.. A. WilSon -Telephone No, 74. .... 28apr I cond hand, office safes d'ffertn*.
I j -laUy, Invited H. T. CRAWFORD branded Bon' lefrhlpl Owner' may NEW UPRIGHT PIAifO to exchange ; Jletl Estate Agent, 22% 'W. Gov- ,GOOD PASTURE-For- -a ffn-horses sizes, best makes at bargain pdrt"'

MRS.: ELLA BEYER W. M. __ [ have same by applying'_' Sylvester: for lot ,on East HllL Address P. ernment street, Room ,7. Salisbury and cows; Address )apply to W.i Scarritt Moreno office East Govern

.* ,: IfAL1CE, WII. '()N. Sec.. 31t2 South Palafox Street Campbell aIngtq ;;, ., 4maylw: 0. Box 207. SOmar bufldlng. :Phone'472.' .' 23Jan t H. Kilbee BreatsFin., :, : ...' ;5aprlw ment St. -4raar

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Direct from.Our Distillery YOU :
Saves Dealers' Pro83

Modern Home with }4 block of 'O1d1 Prevents AdulteraUonHAYNER MANAGE YOUR INCOMElJrr :

ground on East$3000.Hill car line. ... l'. 1';

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Seven room house with % block of .,".
ground, near Stodda t's'. '(Will carrymortgage Don't let your income manage you. ': : l.L.1
of $2300 on this property.) Quaker'Rye MOBILE. ALABAMA.MARKETS. If didn't have the : r >'
$2800 WHISKEYA'FULL you money wouldn't :; ; .1' :,
Vacant lots near East:HUl- car line spend it.. Then why spend it simply be ci;m* f', ,

from $175 AND UP. QUARTS $' ..2O cause you have it? '"-*,i4j :i' ','

Xonheast from Stoddart's place, an t WEPAYWIIESSCHARGES'We |J Open an account1' with the First National -'jj i.: : ._'

*jUre black at. .. .'. .. .... :
$500. Naval Stores. ,with will tend you I In a claln'jeaiedcase and pay all bills by check, or start a savings .
BO marts to show contents
Uots near St. John's cemetery from Savannah, Ga., May 7.-The naval FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES. of account, and save enough be your own c s hi I'Ic ::
stores market closed today as follows: HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE for i :
J3 to J75On any of this property I delightfully stimulating-no aftereffect \WW. .. ... .". .Trr.-. .. .. ..4 95 $3.20, and we wiH pay the express master. :i' I I., 1! v:
two-thirds :
nij! loan .of :the purchase WG .. .. . ... .. .4 90, diaries. Try It. lava your doctor test jH-; :

pJice at market interest. i. N.. .. .. .. .. ..- .. .4 85 it don't test find It it any all way right you and like.-the purest If you ; .: ;

M.. ;,. .... .;:.. .. ...:.',. .,.. .. .4' 80 and best whiskey you ever You Can Open An Account With One
THOS. 'PEBUY Fermented cleanliness an4 perfect K. .' ;.'. "'.' 1'-. _. "!'." .4'.", tasted. ship H back to us at Dollarllll <

I. .. .\ .. .. .. ..' 40 our expense and your. $3.20 -- ..
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temperature-redistilled in copper- H.. I. ....', .. .;;;;' .. "', ., ...435I will be promptly refunded. r '*' r '. ,
CORNER PALAFOX AND ROMANA G.. .. .. .. :. . .. .4 12% At our distillery one of '- :" 1" -
STREET., 'UPSTAIRS. ripened for' in charred oak. F. .. '.. .. .. -.. .. : .. i.>! 74 largest aad best '

:- --- _nt _. You \wo .'t years be disappointed if I E..4. . .. .. . .. ..3 02D SOC % distill gallons equipped an of average in PURE the world.of WHIS 9,530 we '' J FI'RSTNATIONAL BANK!( MOF t M-; : .

you .. .. ... ;
Florida and Alabama + -- .. .' ..3 80 KEY '. day. When you i ,
I insist on having :its Spirits Turpentine 64.cents. buy.: HAYNER WHISKEY ,
,it goes direct to you PENSACOLA FLA. j: -" ; ,

LAND COMPANYManufacturers Phone 16, Lewis Bear & Co.. AUSLEY A.,O.'S REPORTS from our distillery thus :!-t '
assuring you of perfect : ; t"
404-408 Mai .
of Palafax St. and 2-10 St;, 6 Liverpool Cotton Market. purity and vjue.yoa thedealers' W.H. KKOWLES Pres. W.K.Hraa JB., V.-Prw. tad C 3lii,r. iiI ':: '
Pensacola Fla. ." .I T, W..BRU'l'andW.N.RoBlR'B..A.lit.ClUhlers. ''
bfc profits. HAY. ; i ; )
and Dealers in Jan..r.b.......<..n...;.i..01011..6.70Feb..Mar. };;'R 'WHISKEY is prescribed Dnicroas.-Y.. C.. B*, .ni. W. A. D.Blount Q. Brenfc W. H. Knowleu, W. K. flyer, Jr.. f[ ,1"
LUMBER, SAWED. CYPRESS SHIN. by doctors and __ : .
GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP.. -: ..... used in hospitals and by half a minion sat < &\\K I ;
: JUrApril. .. isfied customers.-That's why YOU should I III_ .........>..- .. ,, ,
: JLpril-M : .. ..;............ 5.\3 ;
Kal..1uue.......,....,..j;...-. 5.93 try it.- WWW: OUB K1AEEST OTTOI: : '. :ii : i,
------- -- --- .Jan..J.J.y .........,......'.......... ...5.933 ,110 i' -'
FOR. SALE. lWl-"UfUli .....;;.......i. THE HAYNER DISTILLING CO.
BARGAIN. 'LIST PIANOS. Coronet, Old. Tom 'and Dry Gin- .A.urut-8eptember\;................... 6.90 ATLANTA, 6A. DAYTON, 0. City of Pens cola Improvement Bondsl !
September-October ...:..;...*......:.- t.J9 ST, LOUIS 10, ST ..PAUL MINN.Order. '.
Lester! Piano mahogany, flne order, -------- -- F4- -- :
October-Norember &. or & Cal. Cob..Idaho.Mont..We,..
was $350, price now $275, used onlya 'N.Mez.Ore., &uohi' *uh.. or W7o.. m"s' be
NoYember-Decem1erf. .
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few months. $10 cash balance. $8 DeoeEiler-J&D11&J'1' :....... ................5.611 rAw, QuaT:;for'iawMff tur.KDismiEBT Denomination, $1,000.00 Each. : r > :

per month. .............. .................................. Liverpool 8pote,6l2. TEOT, 0. XSTABUSHXD 1SG8. Dated Jan., 1906. Maturing Jan., 1936. Redeemable J..1.1926. .;; : '. ..
Irving, handsome case, was $300 303 Capital $500,000-00 Paid la Full. .11: .
now $215; very little used. Terms. $10 New. ..Yprk Cotton Market Interest Payable Semi-Annually. r:1' i
cash, $6 per month. : i 1 ',0pen High Low 0101. :

Clutter large handsome mahoganycase AOSLEY & COMPANY January .?, 10. 3 We Offer For Sale These Bonds tto iJ "
; was $400 now $335. A bargain. March10.65, 10.83 10.M 10.88 Legal AdvertisementsNotice Subject .
Terms $15 cash, $8 per month. May '11.26 11.27 11.17 11.18 Prior Sale In Amount :'
to !
Mehlin, high grade mahogany July 11.11 11.17 % r- .
; was 11.08 11.08 is herebY' given that the ,.
now' $390 rented only few i COMMISSION BROKERS August 10.98: 10.98 10.91 '
J150 10.92
undersigned will to' Suit Purchaser. :
apply the Honorable -
i October..........1..10.58 10.61 10.54 .
months $20 cash. $10 month. 10,57
; per Deoembei';.,';:... .lG.59 10.60 10.35 10.88 Napoleon B. Broward governorof ...-4- ,}
Sterling, ebony case, was $350 now the .
$120, $10 cash. $6 per month. :i 11 WEST I INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA FLA. JTew York Spot\? 11.80Wheat. Florida state, ) on at Florida the seventesnth, at Tallahassee day Invited. .

Clutter, large size, mahogany case; : .1 : ;- of May, A. D., 1906 for letters patent' PEOPLEiSeO' "Ke. J '
used seven months, was $100 now Incorporating the SOUTHERN; OF PENSACOLfl .
$ Wires N. Y. N 0 and (fr a HIgk Law
$275; $10 cash, $8 per month. Private ,, Chicago.COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBQNDS. i Jll_.......s1 815k 79 CHoW WAREHOUSE AND STOR.AGECOOl. ;
Kimball, walnut case, was $375 used 1 -.............Btf79Ji 80 PANY, under the following pro
two years now $1S5, $10 cash, bal 78Jjj; 79 posed charter, the original of which PENSACOLA, FLA. I iI ::
ance $7 per month. i Corn. i is now on file In the office of Secretary .
All of the above are upright pianosand of State of the State of Florida. : f
', : Opl! -jHlgh, Low": CloM .a t L'N..S903.
guarantee them. We have 16 ..., '
square pianos from -$15 .to' $15. SOc t Bought! and Sold on Margin or for Investment JuIr-x..t. "'G.46.;. .,. -J; 'G--374: 4d 46 4(6 I. ... I! : JJ.: -

per week: good for practice. '. I I 'The undersigned subscribers do Co W. LAMAR, Preskftftl.. JOHN PfUfnn.} AnlsUnl' CaeWtr.! J ,. .

CLUTTER. MUSIC Pensacola HOUSE, Fla.-" !:.Reference: First National! and d Peoples Bsafo Phone ; ; New Yortf Stock_ OpeD MarketBonfcirnTioW. 01.01. hereby patent[ Incorporating make application us and for our letters as I M. E. CLARK yiu-PrtsIdem lad Cubiw. J.W. ANDREWS. Asstetait Cashier. : -f{;:. f ,

IiOR. ....................................................t ... ..... .."...'.' ....... eeW fls" sociates' into a corporation in accordance -I '
SALE A paying business; cheap Coppar. % ; ;; : ioa 'L l with the laws of. Florida THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK !fl
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:rent; fine location; sinaltcapUal re A.8.Bii; .. IM5133 under the following charter ,

quired. Address. Box ..68.. Chipley, Atoa....,.......,.-R..."........ 89f 83)) ,. I. : I . .ftfiSHCOLH. FLU. .
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iF1a. Gmaylw -- : 147 ,.14j I'
I ..11 T'"Zi"'lZ!........ The ,name of the corporation shall : :
fl1O73 .i'
FOR SALE<:ood family horse with B. A o ....., be; the Southern Warehouse & Storage STATES. ,

'ffew- buggy.-A'piily\ Leslie E: Brooks YOU OWE 'IT TO YOUR FAMILYand ...!?........rl.i"....V.': :.,..,"..?* .41t. 10j'Erie. n Company; and the principal office CAPITAL STOCK(, ,J2W.OOI) SURPLUS, $(((1,090. 'J '
ami place .of business shall be at l i ;
Fisher'Building. 6maylw > Co 1'';pl"...... tjr.........,-.47, "' 47% !
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U. 8.,......!....- ....._... .. U 8i! Pensacola Escambia; County, Florida ; '.' : :.A' DIRECTORS. I
FOR SALE-Two horses, one: wagon : to yourself to provide a home, a home. that your wife and cniK U.8., prefred.:, .\ ........', I05ii : ...l00 with branch offices and places of .. ,. : i
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set double dren will take in,. you .With flowers have >.o....... ....... :- business at Frank
and .one- harness; 'cheap. pride that can beautify and _.. .. ......'or._ :. 261' such other places as flenyiCovIngton, Reilly, f. E. Brawner .T
Apply 1815 W.. Jackson.. -* Gmaylw* .little 'conveniences that you would like to have and cannot have as L.& N.(...............;....!....;1(2 lt2 may become necessary or convenientfor J. M. Pfeiffer/ : W. S. Rosasco, C. W. L,mar, .
._ .\ I long as you rent. Out this list' out.and look at these homes today, 14134............"; "...'-" '. 5 -16> 'the conduct of said business.II. Bryan Dunwody,;.: .'\ T. P. McGourtn. J. R. Sounders, I
FOR SALE-one good work or drivIng ............... ...... iMet. !I W. ". .*
i.and I if.these do not suit you\ tell us what you want and we will get-It V.! .... 9014 !!8 J. rd. lavery J Milton 0. E. %Maura j
horse in ,'good condition. For .for you: ...;;;;r.:;.;;;.n-- .:;;; "1 1IO The general nature of the business W. UCawthcn,. ..," .-Dr. W. J. hannah, MvKenzk OcrtJng, ; I
particulars apply to clerk at Escambla C a P a ...7rr'T'.........,, '"between . .
No 1120 East Cervantes ''St., 11th' and 12th1 avenues, I 5) uU7a ," ,
Hotel. 5may 1'Y. If-T.0.Kii.; .-. .....:,.-157 187 'shall be th.&' purchasing, leasing ,; .. tj'- ,
.room andhall, new nicely papered and painted, good-neighborhood-\ .. .. .
:FOR SALE-Wagon with 3-inch, -ties; I' city water. $300 down aud $15 per month.... .. .. .. .. .* ,$1650 1I.'D'G.PX' .>l!. ,'.."|.ff.jt..J-.j...-.**....i.125;...' 93.r -' ;' ,12sl.8t.P 2. 'or riparian otherwise,rights acquiring of all classes lands and and Accounts of.Bariks.'Individuals. . ; .l . ', Corporations end Firms Solicited.'Four ''i, ':

Northeast' corner 16th avc. and 13th St. lot 120 feet front by ...... 162 .154 per otat Interest. Paid Oft Tim. Deposits. : .
nearly for '
new; will sell cash or on t..1.r. descriptions construct. purchase, '
time, or will trade :for G. ,E. 137& feet deep, house new, Brooms and hall, good neighborhood! on &I. ..!":t.t1UU'.. 2 ZS 'otherwise .. . ;:
cow or acquire warehouses -
8.B..v.r.... ... .....r."l. . .
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Bredt, cor. 8th ave and 12th St car line a delightful home, take a ride on the East Hill belt.car line 84J:} 36 : docks wharves. piers and >
and-'look at this place today. .. .. .. .. .. ,. .$2500 T.C.I.'i: 146% / '- . . . I ,
Smaylw .
public scales to receive from the
PelU1& ;:...,;?...:... ......mif 134U .. ,;
Northeast corner 10th ave. and 10th street, lot 137% feet front on .......;.. : :. ; lU lUy public, generally for storage turpentine L.HILTON GRESSf! ,Paasma.!: T. B. W LL1:8.!: VJQI.PuIIDDT.: t..
FOR SALE-A fine piece of waterfront 10th .ave. by 200"fee t !deep on .10th street. 6 rooms and hall,* out; < : : rosin and all other kinds o' B.U. BUBEKJUj,CASHIIH. M SFIELD MORILXO,ABS,.Oaarza: ..
property, 50 feet front on West houses, stable, nice garden twj blocks from car line." Room for ;r. naval stores -products; cotton and all .f .
Bay Shore at the foot of Clublbs street, other houses on the" lot if YOU' would like to sell some of it oft. .$4ObG the 'storfc' classes of merchandise and per Citizens National Bank ,

with a 4 room house front and back .Southwest corner of 10th St. and 6th ave., 4 rooms and hall, lot .ach Is weak//.. O. smTf sonal property! usually placed or of Pessacola Florida.

gallery, has a; nice wharf about 250 147'x .150 feet,- on car'l ne..Nice shado trees and garden .,.,-$1100. resort to" 'the IfS etorsd"in warehouses. ; to act as Dlrlrcrop.$. ":, ,
feet long, running out to deep water : Bitters/ at once' 'CWIUT bailee fop the .owneror owners Gee. W. Wright. Moiris, Bear. T.B.We1101. Rir M. Robinson. L. IIilWBGre.n.'f< >
from the front gate. For. few 301 East Romaria St., 7 rooms and hall large lot; ths! is close to 'of aH such articles; to
only it will be offered at a only $1500 days tho business section' and should increase in value. .. .. .". $1900, .It'gthen will it siren-and charge and collect a considerationfor A CttVEJUL BACKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED

cash. Apply to Jos. I. Johnson at 514 North' Hayhe St., 7 rooms, large lot, good neighborhood closeIn thus cureInd'gestlo storing same anioJ J for acting as ..

L Friedman & Co.'s store. Smay block from car .line. . .. . . .. ... . .$250J bailee; to .issue warehouse receipts' -a-_ '

No.211.East, Government St., 5 rooms and hall, 'trick cottage, ,.: for any and all property so stored 4 : '
FINE BED ROOM SUIT for sale bRth.. .toileU this almost in the ,business district: the house is in ..Dyspepsia and to: do any and, all things nee-., .'

cheap for cash if sold in a few days. good repair, and will make a nice home. .. ... .. .. ,.. ._'.$2l\. Costiveness) eesarj-tqthe,.incident-conduct venient of said or business.profitable 1' fri*apy.. O FI. cf, cc': Jag. OTai..,. ,
Call in or address E. B. Hoffman & t' Whol.aale and&.t& Dtil.r ii
Flatulency ,'. 'ILL ,
.Son. 57 E. Gregory St. 2maylwFARil *- INVESTMENTS THAT PAY GOOD INTEREST Poor Appetite, ', '.' The" amount of the capital stock of Steam, Domestic; Anthracite C 0 A L :;

FOR SALE-80 acres locatedat .. Biliousness1 said corporation :shall be Fifty Thousand and Bla ksmtth.; 0
Cottage Hill on railroad; all fenced are 'good things to 'own.- We have a house No. 812 East''Wright 'St., arid blSTOMACHnS 'Dollars :($50,000.00)), divided In- Office-No. 43 South Palafox street Telephone 93. '
in and with large house, barns out 8 rooms, lot 40x137&, renting for .$20 per month, good renting prop Cramps to ,shares'of One Hundred Dollars, )
and Gonzalez << .
houses' etc. Creek runs through the erty. It cannot be duplicated for the'price. .. .L. ...- .$i. I ($100.00)) each, and shall be payable .-YarJ--.c-comer' ....:-'-'Tarragona- '"'"' 1"'!:&",..,-= -=-""streets."" Phones 6; and 372 '::
In cash upon; the call of the Directors -
laud, 4 5 .
and or springs are also on : ,
houses the Southeast corner of Cervantes -
the land. Plenty shade trees and apple l Iqt 30x125 Three .feet deep on.each.. renting for $15.00 per month and, rented Cqyle St all;, ........................-.++> .: H IV. ': -

pecan peach and plum trees. .... .. j I' lc.'a-- JIIi
the time houses in good repair. .-. <' .f ':;-.$12:1: The ,saidcol'pO'ration shall exist .
Good soil; also have a lot sf fine breed Order "STovtr MICE
chickens ducks, hogs, goats, pea LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR SALE. ii t F S. Mellen nco *> for ninety-nina ((99) years from date :
fowls, .pigeons, geese and turxeys ol "of. the"' granting of letters patent to GOAL and WOOD
kinds. Reasoafor selling is that 1 1 T f-r-n-m: -theConsumers'
have no one to manage place. A' great ;; ; Handle Nothing: M Jt V. "
4L' Ice and Fuel
J The'business of said corporation Company.
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bargain ..either'as an investment THE FISHER REAL, ESTATE AGENCY .
for party looking for good farm on : Butt ,,shall J be conia'ucted' J by a board to be Office-Corner 'ChiVeTn'd ''Tarragons. Phone 259.. : <.:-
composed- Of 110t less than three ((3)ynortnore ) j "
which to make money. EverythIng 206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. PHONE 87 : "
i it : than'.saven (7) directors as
genuine and just as represented. No THE VERY BEST provided by the by-laws; a. President, .. I ,
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fake.Box 453.Write Pensacola or call, for on W.further H. Morgan partic., ,. -, I 'oi .. is '., 'l:. Treasurer.a,'Vice-President'The, directors'and a Secretary-shall be NOW READY M 1iiiiie Co. :. 'I

ulars. 31ma'rFOR : .'? 'elected annually at the meeting of Grocery ;

SALE -One four ton ice machine Ii i Eveit g."JIi : rstock-bolders. to be held on the Segari's Bath House ,

complete, running now, 'making .-. third Wednesday" In January of each 604 6C6 603. 610 S. Palafox St. .'f) ..

ice daily, Will sell at a bargain. The Earth is For SaleA :' : : -. "- "t.. .' .., year and the officers shall be-elected: -Everything first-class and ;hone 725. i
Reason for selling. installing 15..ton ; :.. I : by th'Board of Directors at' a; meeting .'- j
plant Address quick to T. W, 'Pace Ii to be' held on the same day.I r .
Startling Statement Clean, heavy clipped White up-to-date. : J
V. J. VIDAL Manager 0;
uncy! ,. Fla. 26apr2w Oats. Until the, first election John. H. Pace .
,. RF... Mitchell I vi
bnt, it is true and we are assisting in parceling out dear old terra 2 'White Corn, Bran !: shall b-e' steflt ;
No. pure
FOR S'ALE-Three: ':yoke of oxen and Vice .president and! D. R. Saundrs 'S # We will sell for ten days at Uef::
firma. We are now offerin'g plne.and hardwood timber land, saw and Shorts. ,- .
log cart good. team in good condi :
; Ii Sscretaty-Treasurerr: and John H. have hereunto signeajth'efr; names.JOHN" than cost: r:: ,. i
'ion and working every day. Price mill and turpentine locations, grazing and agricultural lands nil Chick Feed.consisting of 20 : Pace J. R. Saunders, R. .F. Mitchell,) ,H.: PACE: ; No. 2 Mackerel 2 for 15c. '. ; !.. :
$300. Call on'or write J. A. Chaffin& town property., We.have a 25000 acre proposition In saw mill tim I articles for the rapid >and J.. G' Pace,aruL J. H. SmithwSck shall J. R, SAUNDERS*, moked Halibut (very fine) 10a j : I
ber that a' bonanza If have lands of the above' : ot the ;i ; '.
is classes growth newly
Co.,__Milton. Fla. 29aprlm you any healthy constitute r.the. Board, of Directors. R. ''P.- 'MITCHELL, per pound.
list them.with'us, and they will soon be'sold.. We can sell your turpentine hatched.. VI. j. o: PACE; Blood Red Salmon lOc per lb., .. :' .
WANTED on"your -
-To Joan money place,, to. be delivered next winter Wheat and Mixed Feed for The highest amount of Indebtedness J. H; SMITHWICK.. Holland Herring (in kits) tiOe 'per'kit
watches, jewelry and personal ef. We are sole agents for all the real estate of the ,new town of the' hen 'to which the corporation can at (! p.

fects. Highest cash price for old gold Lyndiola nestling beside chain of tarquoiseblue lakes' 'besides the I Condition Powders for- horse any time-! subject itself shall ba One I Kaiser Herring (in tins) 45c per : ..
and silver._ Llghtman &; Klein._ ,106.. E. B. C. & St A. railroad. ,Also for the real estate in the' new seaside cow 'afid poultry. : : Hundred Thousand Dollars ($lOO> ,- State of Florida, tin. i ?
wright Phone 1127. city of Bayou St. Andrews, now being laid off at the terminus of the* Conkey's Celebrated Poultry 000.001.. j Escambia County. :'Salacine Sausage '' (imported)) 25c ,' .
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Those B. C. & St. A. railroad on-the far famed St. Andrews Bay which has Remedies, roupe, cure, cholera VII. Before, the- subscriber\ a notary '
pound. .
wishing to make a successful run been justly.designated as "TheNaples of the South." In fact. if it's ,cure, gape cure and lice killer. The'- names And residences and 'publicin and for "said1 State and per We have .a fresh stock of Imported '
should supply themselves with a bot. any part of mother- earth, see .about it. .,, If you live :ln,,town telephone amounts subscribed for by each sub- County' ,personally appeared- John H. Yaccar nl, Spagetti Italian Tomato -
tIe of PLUTO. Now is. the seaaon to I i1s.'C : scriber are. as .follows: Pace, J. R. Saunders, R. F. Mitchell.J. Paste, Greek Black Olives, Artichokes :
prepare your stomach and liver BUTLER & SIMM'ONSLAWVER If in neighboring towns write : John {'IL race, Fensacola- Fla., 10 G. Pace and J. H. 'Smith wick, Navy Bread Pilot Bread, Italian Hard ;
to me' to. be the individuals
against all diseases. Pluto will do it. 'to us. ,:: Shares 100000.- Tack, Boston Brown Bread. French !
For sale by afl'drugglsts and grocers AND REAL 'ESTATE AGENTS, 'j R Saundsrs, Pensacola Fla., 10Shares" described' in the foregoing instrument -I Bread. Russian Caviar and Imported t .
wholesale by Jas McHugn. CHIPLEY FLA. $1.000.00 by said nanias. and acknowledged French Italian Sweet Oils. :: .
I MEtl coJ R. F. Mitchell Pensacola>> Fla. 10 that theyexecuted the fore-I full ofran' !<
We the only line
and carry
Instrumsnt the uses,
FOR SALE-Fine hotel site: best sit. F. S. N & ; Shares $1,000.OG.LI Pace, Pensacola, Fla., 10 purposes therein 'set forth. cis Leggett's and Dodson and Brown's .
uatiph r'iix the city for a tourist hotel ,. ; G. Given uni'er: .my:'band' and seal official -I canned goods In the city. Gulf City t tI
j jj .
t l, 130 feet fronting south by 172 feet Phone 334.Pensacola : Shares. "H. ,Smith wick-, Pensacola, Fla., this 14th. day:of April, A. D.,' Coffee Co.'s "Oaxaca" Gold Standard f..
deep on East Government street overlooking ; I Diamond Blend and. Gol. rl
'"1 .isoe;' Daybreak
. Seville- square and Adams NEW METHOD LAUNDRYTj! f. Fla. 10 Total Shares Shares, 50 $5,000.00. '. j :j;. p.- WALKER- ; ; den Riq Coffee for sale. They are all i
street with open view of Pensacola .i.iI IN WITNBSSETTH WHEREOF: .. ,. i.: --Not ry. public.My I l high grades and give perfect saUslM ff
tay. will
lajr.,$10,000 ..buy the property.. PHONE 1188 -EW. LAWRENCE, ...................... The before msntioned subscribers commission expires Feb.-2i ] .,

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,-t: Birmingham by the two ,successive
defeats sustained by Shreveport at
It- the hands of New Orleans secured "
and first place Sunday night and managedto

hold it, for one day. Montgomery
iiIf removed the Barons from the pinnacleof jy
fame by" trashing Vaughan's men
If Fancy Vests yesterday. As a result the 'Pirates
a'gain! jump into the lead. New Orleans
. is coming 'fast and so is Mem.
f phis getting-a move on. Birminghamhas
t A fancy vest of. pretty
\ lends air of a chance to/jumpUato: first place
pattern an
f' attractiveness to a man's again today by trimming Montgomery, Through the Golden Gate
it- appearance. We have but the Climbers'may not stand for a ,; '
trimming, wanting do the act them Relief has reached the San Franclj
ii: beauties that you'll'like.
I selves. No 'one' will complain if Mul- What we :know you, would always say co sufferers.

itr. lan'ey's men triumph'over the Vaugh'anites. ., They wild] build up a city even more
.- :' _beautiful than the doomed
( $1.50, $2.00 $2.50 Isn't that American league, race a. IW ,"Schlitz beer" when ? order If We shall watch its progress with in
! beauty Philadelphia, Detroit, Was.h.ington you you terest while we continue towar.is
if. and.Cleveland are all bunchedand ourselves
$3.00 and to progress and try to give our
fi up New York Is creapin-g close. customers the most value for it
Johnny :McGraw and his New York could visit our "breweryas.thousa1ds have money they spend for Clothing, Hats.
if'I $3.50'' I Giants were removed from the lead Shoes, etc. -
t In the National league'race yesterday, Try "us on an order for a Panama
t-: Ties of. every wantable' and Brooklyn, the tailenders,assistedin done-- would insist: 'the. beer that "is Hat. We have them to suit you.
kind-washable, strings turning the trick by administeringa you <, :, on, '
coat of whitewash to McGraw's row Your Money's Worth or Your Money Baft
f I ItI- and four-in-hands, etc., 10, dies. ClIcago.now) leads the.Nationalvan : .. .. .. :};i : -"' :: .' \

i' 15, 25 cents and up 100. and it Is hoped the Cubs .or' some 1. ,brewed ,here. .. :(. :,;"r -.'., :?\ :-- ;. <",". SJ".. '_.yb<_. ,- ,,-_ .. _> .' ..'.. 7/: White & Nix
the 'Giants stays there .. : oy l
club except "
': . : .
. : : ,
' York is .:' t < -<
if jh' But can- they New'' a great ,. t -: { 29 S. PALAFOX ST.

."""". team. =;, : ', PHONE 790.iHYT
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If 4It e. The John White STANDING AND RESULTS ; :T it.: -: You. would' want" 'a :_ beer:, I clean -as ours is. -

t p1i Store Phone Southern League.Won Lost' .Pct You would want it filtered and
in paying
; 225. aged as do you persist your tailor:
1i Shreveport.. .. .. ...15 5 750 from $30 to $50 for a suit of clothe*,
.. .. .. ._
I' Birmingham 16 6 727 when I can duplicate the suit at I
z 205.207 S. PAALFOX ST. New Orleans." .. .. .11 7 611 do it. You
Atlanta., .. .. ,,....11 10 52-1 we; : would want to know that S18.00
Memphis. *, .. .'; ... 8 8 500 .4. ? f
I': Nashville;'.'.'.. .. .\. .. 8 13 381 Latest styles, nobby patterns and tie:
(i. ?" Montgomery.. .. .; .1 6 12 333 every bottle is sterilized that itis finest of workmanship.do .
Little Rock.. .. ....'.. 2 16 111 : pure-;: ,
: :. .' .'
II There is Yesterday's Result : ...: .. ,' : .1. is WHY
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(! as
Nashville 2. Atlanta 0. .. :' < .if!: I every I
.Montgomery 5, Birmingham 4; Ask V- : I yon send away for your Panama
Memphis, 2, Little Rock, L for the Brewery _Bottling. ,: ffri? '. I Hatand pap from $12.50 to $25 for r.

It. Common beer i$ sometimes ,substituted'for..Schlitz. '.. : 1 bottle. I ofSchlitz when I can furnish you with an equa,.
South Atlantic League. ly good Panama for
\ Won Lost Pet. To .avoid being fynjosed, upon, see that the cork or cr01l.J1i is branded .... .
Augusta ,. .. .. .. ..12 6 66'Jacksonville' '7 $5.00'1And

No Excuse .. .. .. ..11 7 611 ',"" __,
I kc! Charleston .. .. .. ..10 8 556 ; the same comparison with Un
Macon:. .. .. .. ....8 10 44Savannah. A derwear, Shoes and the balance o:
.. .. .. .. .. 8 11 43'ColumOila '7 g + ,. r. furnishings.No .
.. .. .. .. .. 7 11 31 1 Et 7 ,- trouble to show goods.Jos.CoIernan.
lor the men of Pensacola wearing 111fitting SN M -

shoddily made clothing. They Yesterday's Result i
Jacksonville 4, Savannah 2. ,
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-: ;
Charleston-Macon, rain. f ,
can now have them built to order right "..... ..
Columbia-Augusta, rain. '. ; : ...,,:
here at home by expert tailors andY ', 212 S, PALAFOX STREET
Y I II II I National League.
reasonable prices. Remember our I Won Lost Pet .
; Chicago.. >; .. .; .16 6 127 1 : At the Library Hall
shops here and every dollar' we' New York.. .. .. ... ..15 >1 .71 4 ;
f f are Philadelphia... ,; ....13 9 59 1 I ", Phone.16.?:. By

'pay our. workmen stays. in Pensacola.We Boston.. .'. .. .. ... 10 9 52 The Lewis Bear Co.
Pittsburg. .. .. .. ..10 10 50 o ;- Main and Pai :lax' Sts.,'PensacolaT' Magnolia Temple, Ho. 4

:.: appreciate your business. St. Louis.. '.. .. i... 8 11 42,1., .' ._ v ,
. Cincinnati... ,. .. ,... 9 16 360 :: : ( t
: Brooklyn.. .. .. .. .. 6 17 26 1 '1.-.t." : Rafhbone Sisters
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Yesterday's Result r (.> e. e e r '_ Thursday, Way 10,1906

Philadelphia 3. Boston 2.
for the benefit of
T Reese & Mendel \Brooklyn Chicago:!3,6.Pittsburg New York 2. 0. Pearl Eagan Home.

.,Louis Cincinnati 2 (fifteen In dle 1; mouse

>- .THE HOME TAILORS nings.) American League. ThatM' -. ...J 'i liwaukeeRELL fa REFRESHMENTS Musical Program SERVED FREE..

No. 11 N. Palafox St ,
/ Won Lost Pct: -'- .
!c. Philadelphia. ,..,, ,.11 7 611 -
Detroit.. .. .. ... ...11 8 579 lf> ..... Morris Danniieisser
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Washington. .10 8 556 [ l I'ESTATE
WDDAll Cleveland.. .. .. ....10 9 526 5HIPPINNS. Over One Million Dollars (Formerly of Dannheisser Bros.)
R New York'. \. -..- .: ..9 9 500 Pure Old Rye and Bourbon Fine
:: Chica'go.. .. .. .-.... .8 9 471 >. ..,_u.. Wines, Beer and Tobacco.
Kinds that you want. St. Louis.. ..' .. .... '9' 10 464 ''If. .m- \
Boston.. .... .. .. i. 7 12 368 'IRAN N SFERS[ ',., Pald. By the Equitable's Pensacola Agency Old Hickory Whiskey MySpecialty
.Arriveda 12 W. Zarragosta Stre t.
j To Beneficiaries
;; OAK AND PINE Yesterday's Result Heathdene; Br ss.' %;$(7, Mil:
New York 7, Washington 2. F Following is a list;of Ihp deeds rt Gulfport.to F. O. Howe $:'Co. j. and policy holders, and in nearly every instance was first
; cheaper thin you can buyIt Philadelphia Boston 2. corded yesterday report edIby.' tie Verbena, Br. ss. 1504?'Mfann' Nor' in making payment, while no policy has ever been con
'anywhere. Any sits you 'Detroit 8, Cleveland 3. Pensacola Abstract:Co.; folk to H.-Baars & Co.r? tested. '
want St Louis 10, Chicago 0. Alfred'Davls.toY.- Smith lot.20., i sterling: Nor bk. Ellepsen! Labta' ,
block 12, New City Tract: $1-and otter I Bay to order: & '
: G. SEWEll Do Not be Imposed Upon. considerations. I FigerLife., Knowles DrossDen I Ait The Hot
:: Foley & Co., Chicago, originated Louis A. McKibben 'to Mrs. Addle VEStaLs IK CRT I I8teamatllpe. J..
614. Honey and Tar as a throat and lung McDavid, lots 3, 4 and 5 in block 9, ."
: Phone remedy, and on account of the great J
Bluff Springs, $1 and other considerations :
Bainbridge, Br 1193: Smith, Newport ,
merit and popularity of Fbleys Honey .ss -

i i and Tar, many imitations are offered. i I J. M. Penton to John :A, Penton; Birmingham News to.R., 'Br.Baars.: ss, -'.2612. Baltimore tt......44H......................................... Weather
for the genuine. These worthless imitations
the SEtA of the NWJ4 of Sec. 38, T. to Gulf Transit Co. ; PENSAOOLA e
I.fr have similar sounding names. 1, S. of R. 31 W. 40 $100.
Cayo Domingo, Br 1713, Friend, Iron
ss Works
Beware of them. The genuine Foley's L N. J. N. Supply |
,. Herrington to 'Andrews,, GaJveston, to Gulf Transit Co. I and COol
Honey and TarIs in
a yellow pack- lot 18 and E% of lot 19, block 19,,
Chelford, Br ss, 1707, Wood, Tampl- Manufacturers
age. Ask for it and refuse any sub- New City, $1 and other considerations, and Repairers of MACHINERY AND ,

; Pajanias coughs stitute. and It is'colds.the best For sale remedy by W.for A. G.Lydia B. Hendricks J. McClure and, Jot G.'18 E., Hendricksto block 112, co Cimbria, to order., Danish 'ss, 1855 Hanson, !. FORGINGS REPAIRS: ,A MILL.SPECIALTY.AND, STEAMSHIP Prompt attention SUPPLIES.given to STEAMSHIP all 'orlers! ,'s is Here

I D'Alemberte.TRY Manzanillo. to Cary & Co. day or night: Agents for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated.
other Log' and
New City, $1 and considerations
Haslington, Br ss 1226, Willis, : Timber Dogs, also chains of all descriptions. Office phone 123. Rest-: Z
A. M. McMillan to Sara Wynder, lot
i Kingston to Gulf Transit Co. dente: phone 1028. .
.L .I BOSSpiS CREAM., PHONE 1325 5, block 93, W. King Tract, $1.00' an4. Hersilia. Ger ss, 1255, Euler, Tarn .................Ne6eN44M4NGNONNNNeO 123. PHIL WITTMAN..Mgr.... and the old problem of
other considerations. pa, to So. States Ubr. Co. 1 how to keep cool and keep
L:_ M. Davis to A. A. Fisher, lot 6 in good health comes with
SUMMARY Kirkstall Br. Hlnde ,
1162 Faro
OF ss .
1. Pajamas are regardedby block 32, W. King Tract fl- and other to J.-A. Merritt &,Co" .i ..NNNNNNIN..NN.ND.NIHNNNII)NON1.... it

considerations. Louise Ger 1489; Bohndorf,
Ss ; Antwerp -
very many men as THE WEATHER Willie Dorsey to I* M; Davis, lot to J. Schreyer. 3..
t1- 6, block' 32, W. King. Tract $1.. and Ribston, Br ss, 2185, RObinson, Rio I I GAS WATER : :
t The ideal Sleeping Garment The temperature conditions of yes- other considerations. de Janeiro, to W. S. Keyser & Co. i i We Can

. day in Pensacola as described by read Tapton, Brit ss, 2300'Trattles,Fun-
ings of the thermograph are as follows: chal; to Pensacola Lbr. Co. ; I
; preferable to 'Nightshirts Vida,. Nor ,. Arressen, Cardl-
as 976
6 a. m. 75 degrees; 7 a.. m. 64 degreea; 'i' J
nas, to Hyer & Co. This appliance provides hot water for the laundry ',
7:46 a. m. 56 degrees; 8 a. m. 58 de-
f in many ways.iTVTE grees; 8:15 a. m. 56 degrees; 9 a. m. Ihl l. the bath or for kitchen uses in very few moments. There : Solve theProblem.
57 10 60 Canara Itt ship, 1495, Repetts, Genoa is i
degrees; a. m. degrees; 11 a.m. : no handling of sooty full, no need of spending.a: lot ;
.HAVE.them in 64 degrees. % .nook. 61 degrees; 1 to Master. ': of time "getting ready." See these appliances .
in i
p. m. 59 degrees;'2 p. m.. 61 degrees; Harvest Queen, Brit ship, Forsyth, opera.tion' "
light-weight 3 p. m- 65 degrees; 4 p. m. 67 degrees. POP..... table Rio Janiero to orders i at our office. Cooking with gas saves time; worry, <
1 In his summary of the weather yes. Feoe ,. U.. 'Ophelia, Nor ship, 1127, Larrsen.,I money.Pensacola. :
; terday Observer Reed said: Dunkirk. I ;

Madras Nainsook AND The high pressure area noted Satur For, all 'for Banu. ,
t o day morning over the northwest has purposes{ Antigua, Nor .1 k.,,134, Ferguson ) I
Beached the western gulf states and which Milk Creani,. New Orleans to A. Zelius. 'I' :!
t covers the greater portion of the cen ,is usedBORDEN'S Luisa, Itat bk. 1591, Montano, from I Gas : Keep your home refr.ge-
t India 'Crepeand iral valleys apd western lake region, Nolloth to master. Company \ : rator fullof Red Hart
attended "by" clear and cool weathe f fE Lake Erie; ItL b$, 928, Efigan, Bis- Beer and enjoy life as you
I with temperatures along the Mississ, sour to :Master. f Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. I should. It is the health!'

: .$1.50 $2.00 the Ippi Vicksburg river ran'ging to freezing from at 50 St degrees PauL at gre Or-.VL"I t Ferres Port Mentevideo Sonoclan, Uruguay to German, bk*,AmerIcan 1112-.s;.,...................................NN.......NN., I I est inexpensive beer made only and 10c a terv hot

ir't : suit. Showers have 'continued in the east J IJbr. Co. S ---- tIe. Always "the same.
gulf and Atlantic states under the influence MllklnQCQm 1 Paalo Angelo, Ital bk 1136. Bezzo. CREW NOTICE. I For sale at all first class
f. The best night dress. of a disturbance which Is mov 1 Parkwood Nor bk 756. Lunde- Neither the owner, captain I I! SAFES SAFES I SAFES! SAFES I !! I saloons.
Ing eastward along* the West Florid IVAtOJ.ATfD1te. guard, St. Nazaire to Ora'er.' or consignees of the I. Buy Diebold Safes.
; for chronic kickeris coast, in conjunction with one which ;/:. :, Precursore, Ital bk, Scaiaffino. .1508, a Norwegian bark Sterling, I
a '
j ....... Genoa to Rosasco Bras I, Scarritt Moreno Agent.
is passing 6ff the north Atlantic coastA C01> fefs, ceo-,,- will be responsible.fordebts <:The

a suit of pajamas. local thunderstorm passed over i i1 'c.a-t'o Sthoohels.Annie : .contracted by> the crew of .. .
Pensacola between 6 and 8 o'clock thl '" ; '.. M. Brit s4 ir., 397, Carter, said vessel. !1 CREWNOTICE..
morning attended by a heavy shower j an ,. ,' Mtntos to J. A. Merritt & Co. EULBSSEN, Capt.
:i-. -of rain, high shifting winds and a sadden -r 'Annie F, KfanbaHAmer;_ i: sch, 337. !F Neither nor consignees the captain of owner 'the- Lewis Bear Co.
f tall in temperature; the win Sweetlaad. Havana to master. CREW NOTICE. 'f i I A Kalian bk "Lake Erie
reached thirty-six miles from the =- IsalRt.b Donna Christina, Am sch, McLeod, Neither the owner, captain ;debts
H. D. ANSONs northwest,, at 7:16: a. m, and the"temper&tur iiNq 165, Cardenas.. ,, nor consignee of the be responsible for
& contracted by the crew of said vessel.!
fell from 75 degrees at 6:4 i Wholesale
German Agents
; ship Hildegard will E: FIGARI, Captain'! ,
a. m. to 56 degrees at 7:45 a. m. IM .,.. 'Postmaster Nominated. be responsible for debtscontracted MASTER, Consignee.
{.: ,, weather and light to fresh northerly Washington, May 7.-The president ."by'the crew of said vessel! ,,, i!I
ie'C rnet Palafound Ha ID. winds are indicated for tonight and. today sent the nomination of S. B.j| STRLVTMAN: Captan I TRY BOSSO'S j. CREAM. PHONE 1326. Pensacola Fla.
!Tuesday 5 lth'. much iQwer .I l ,
Vaughan! to the senate as postmaster..JULIUS SCHRYER & CO, I
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at Augusta ffirgia.- I,, Consignees

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