The Pensacola journal

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The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title:
Daily journal
Alternate title:
Pensacola news-journal
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
Mayes & Co.
Creation Date:
May 26, 1906
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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In March 1897, the Pensacola Journal was started as a weekly by William Marion Loftin. The Pensacola Journal became a daily in 1898. With competition from other Pensacola papers, the Journal's coverage included a large part of Florida. In 1922, the Pensacola Journal was purchased by John H. Perry, who in 1924 also acquired the newspaper's main rival, the Pensacola Evening News. For the next six decades, the Pensacola Journal continued to appear mornings and the Pensacola News evenings. Both newspapers remained extremely competitive. A combined Sunday edition published as the Pensacola News Journal also became available. A consolidated newspaper, also known as the Pensacola News Journal, began operations on June 3, 1985, and continues to the present. Pensacola is the seat of government for Escambia County, the westernmost city in the westernmost county of Florida. The city sits on Pensacola Bay, connecting to the Gulf of Mexico. Since the early colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was already one of Florida's four largest cities. The big news covered by the local Pensacola press in 1898 was the beginning of the Spanish-American War. The Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them troops under Teddy Roosevelt, who passed through Pensacola on his way to Cuba through Tampa. In the years following the war, the United States secured the peace in the Caribbean through naval patrols and maneuvers based out of Pensacola. In the early part of the 20th century, Pensacola experienced tremendous growth. The population doubled to nearly 23,000 between 1890 and 1910. A new Spanish Renaissance-style city hall was built in 1908. Two years later, the American National Bank building--at 10 stories, Pensacola's first skyscraper-- was completed. The same year marked the construction of the San Carlos Hotel and a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had 21 miles of paved streets, and the first modern hospital opened three years later. In 1916, the city began operating its first motorized fire truck, and by 1924 it had replaced all of its horse-drawn firefighting equipment. The Pensacola Journal covered the cycles of boom and bust that characterized the city in the years that followed, as well as the renewed growth after the Second World War.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1898.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Eighty. Manufacturers Held d\Under i ---- Enthusiastic Welcome Tendered :

Bond d for Trial by Federal T TURBULENT[ DAY AGRICULTURAL I l T L When' Seizures- Were : Made According CONSIDERED[ [ T THE[ 'DAMAGES[ AND'f N Delegates from CumberlandP :i:

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Mexico Determined to Reserve I :-' [

HOUSE[ Campeche Mexicans.
Conspiracy and Violating i Provisions SENATE[N T[ : BILLS of President and Senate by .' "'::!

of Sherman Law General ., ;4

Cooper and Hepburn lock Horns I I Case With a Tinge of Human Interest I ,,." l iI't' '

WITNESSES IN STANDARD OIL, Over Question. of Yaracliy i t y yi Amendment Adopted Providing for PREMISES PENDING DECISIONOF I!I O'Brien Presented Resolution Filed in Circuit POJMMITTEE! : OF SOUTHERN ;1j ; : ;"'I I

COMPANY INVESTIGATION TELL i Rate Bill Sent to.J. J Joint 1.1i Inspection i ,of f Meat for THE MEXICAN COURTS-ISo! of Pensacola Organizations t Court.HUSBAND PRESBYTERIANS AT GREEN. ,1 J..' 'I IIf"


Washington, May 25. The senate Special To The Journal. SELLING, COWS, PROPERTY OF t
By Press.
the Washington, May .--By a vote of :
COMPETITORS. today passed agricultural appropriation NIOFMITHST4NdNG: 6'r.NOD'S. a
Washington, May 25.-rxTne questionof By Associated Press HIS FAMILY-SUIT FOR HEAVY .: : ," 1
l bill, carrying seven million 9 to 9 the house committee on judiciary

between veracity arose In the house today dollars. Without words of debate or Washington, 'May 25. The state department -' today refused to send the anti- DAMAGES AGAINST CITY OF ACTION. 4 .. :11 ,.'I
Representatives Cooper objection the bill injunction bus to a sub-committee \
was amended pro- has receive-d. through Mexican -I :
By Associated
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Wisconsin r
I Hepburn'of Iowa con with to to the full ,
viding for the inspection of fresh instructions report PENSACOLiA BY A FORMER FIRE '.t
of Foreign Affairs Maris-i I f'
Nashville, 25.-The federal cerning conversation which Hep- Minister ,
May a
meats'intended for domestic consumption. i! committee on the consitutionaliy! of By Associated Preu. ? ;,;
grand Jury, which has been invest! ,i'burn is said to have had with a mem :' The amendment requires that cal, a reply of Msxico: to the inquiry;I i('he legal proposition involved. The MAN.' .. Des Moines, ,May 25. -Church :'fl- .'

paling the alleged fertilizer trust 1 her of the senate, in which .certa'.namendments acceptable meats be labeled and authorizes from the department as to groundsfor ,status of the bill is not affected by the union sentiment readied its,height in ...
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for the past four weeks to-day returned to the railroad'rate bill their destruction of condemn. the seizure' of American fish'ng action. the Presbyterian assembly' here today t. ;j

and indictment against about i were dfiscusse-d. The two represen- ed .meats. >',t also authorizes the inspection schooners from Pensaco'.a: Mobile and!! Capt. E. O'Brien, of Pensacola, who', Judge Carter of the circuit court will when a delegation of seventeen 1j.j.
tatives became very angry' and glaredI of all animals before theyenter is in Washington, looking after the in- ""commissioners from the Cumberland ':of'i"g /
eighty fertilizer manufacturers, inclining -!I at each other fiercely. I Galveston. j I I have a number of interesting cases to
the pacla'ng houses, requires terests of the Pensacola labor organizations assembly, escorted by prominent :,
a number of local men. I I The house was turbulent. during con- ,those establishments to be maintain' The minister notes the exact spots I!i today presented to the house hear, at the next term if the litigants members of this assembly and head'tf tI t-.

Defendants will be required to execute sideration of the rule,'sending the rate ed' in a sanitary condition, 'gives inspectors by latitude and longitude. where the]1 I judiciary committee an injunction resolution r continue to file suits in the office of I by Moderator Ira landrith of the 'f' '

bonds for their appearance at bill to conference, 'many of the members I' access to all departments and seizures were made.. Consultation: of I I unanimously adopted by a joint I Clerk :McMillan as during the past (Cumberland, marched into the church 't' 'i j
fearing a rule to disa' the forbids session of the labor of and to the platform, where they
the October term of the court in this interstate commerce in fresh charts makes it appear, if the loca- organizations ; few days. Several interesting causes were welcomed by Modenucor Cor- o't
senate amendment might give the con I meats not marked by an inspector.I Pensacola. The hearing had closed ;
city, where .the cases will be tried. ferees an opportunity to 'yote 'oat the expense of inspection! is to be t'ons are correct,. that the American, tout through the persistent efforts of were instituted yesterday. bett. The audience of nearly three .

Six counts, ,in the indictment ae. express company, pipe lines and sleeping I bourne by the owners of the packing boats were undoubtedly within :Mexi-I l i Capt. O'Brien the committee permitted I Among the number is a rather peculiar thousand men and women cheered .';1 {. .
in a double series of three each, the .car amendments.. houses M I him Butleris and1 applauded as they realized that'at :.l1 f
and a fine of ten thousand dollars can waters. The fact is to present the resolution, with re- and unique case. Susan last : :
the union of the two churches
first two charges being conspiracyand I I With that the wishes of and imprisonment for two !I marks. t. !,
assurances years and George W. .
the third violation of section I that Mexico is determined to reserve the complainant (was an accomplished fact. :
the house would be considered oh all were.fixed as penalties for violation. I I .
p440 of the revised statutes to commit amendments the waters of Campe hS as also other: !Butler the respondent. The cause _'r "
.the rule WAS adopted Ask Smoot's Removal. :..i i :
the offense of engaging in a localities, for its fishermen. ; CORNELL WON is for a perpetual Injunction
which a
democrats prayer
combination defined by the Shermaniaw. republicans voting with the UQLpING'TIGhT awn I I. Des mines. May 25.-The general
I taking the, position that rile! ZELIUS, Within these water' are many I restraining; the respondentfrom assembly to-day adopted a resolution ,,t't";

The punishment under the section|would like to. Tote to confer; inT'th'e "' islands and reefs, miles distant from; FROM HARVARD selling cows has a tinge of human .urging the senate and, the president r

,; senate. amendments AS EVER to remove Senator Smoot from his i / a;
named 58, two years imprisonment the Mexican shore line;but accordingto I interest attached.
and ten'thousand dollars fine. _J IThg/ remainder. of, the day was de-I the department's construction,! George W. Butler, the respondent place in the United States-dente.ASSEMBLY 1.oJ :'I.-:

The style of the case on tho i voted to pension! legislation. these islands are within::the territorial: is the husband of the complainant,
By Associated Press ( COMMITTEE .i h.
docket is United States Co. and vs.others.Virginia COUNCIL'S REQUEST FOR:: HIS rights of Mexicjvl : I I Boston, May 3&.(Cornell won the Susan M. Butler, and she alleges in UPHOLDS DR. CALDWELL': ': t .
Carolina Chemical .
.. Therefore there 1 ', notiring for the injunction that he
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PETER, CONELLY : second annul."hq t.race wits:! ?; a-r" prayer .1
C1SCLDSE METHODS: OFSTANDARD 'RES4GWATION IS RECEIVING to do but awaitrthe decision of the vard" this afternoon* by"about throe esTres to sell or dispose; of the cows. Greenville, S. C., Mat 3....o.'I'tie gen. .. A.{ '

OIL COMPANY .4 LITTLE ATTENTION AT Mexican courts. lengths. The distance was 17-.8 mile* Complainant avers that the animals eral assembly of the Southern Presbyterian ',I "

PAINFULLY CUT and the time, Cornell, 10:413-5; Harvard give a rerun quantity of milk dally church today decided the "',.. ::1 I .
Cleveland May .Frank B. Fretter -I PRESENT. 10:52.: Cornell gained a slight and her.children are fed and clothed matter of closer relations by refers '7'.

of the National! Refining Co., was HAS NEW PREMIER lead! early in the race and kept it till from the proceeds of the sale of the ing it, with all reports to the Presbytery ., ,

again on the stand to-day in the Stan!I GEORGE BALL IS ARRESTED AND Alex Zelius has not yet tenderedhis the end. -.;; milk* and also that>th ;milk is givento before final action by the asp 4.
drink'and food. '
dard Oil Co. investigation. He said, resignation as a member of the BEEN APPOINTED? the children as Bembly, w'bich postpone action until < ; '!
IN JAIL, Court Commissioner Charles M. Cos- next year.Birmingham. ; -:
that for more than three years he: Board of Public Works. In fact ae-, CHARGED WITH SERIOUS "
after reading the petition and Ala.,, was selected as 'I.,
had Difficulty in making shipmentsfrom 1 cording to statements of friendsof CRIME' IN GEORGIAA ton
THE CRIME. a temporary Injunction the meeting place next May. .
'granted ,
Memphis to Arkansas points, the chairman of the board he. does prayer ,
Associated Press.St. respondent from sell- !mhe committee: to formulate the '1 /
the By ( ;
} delay being as high as sixty I not intend to resign.Mr. : negro arrested here some time
Petersburg, :May 25.-A rumor disposing of the cows. assemply decision in the Caldwell 'U. _
days. He found' that agents of the I Zelius is reticent as ever concerning ago on a minor charge by a deputy ing or '
railroads and also agents of the I I'atersPierce Peter Connelly one of the crew of his intentions. He may give whit it is impossible to confirm in sheriff is wanted in Georgia. It is Charges Conspiracy.! case: reported to-day that the actionof }:' + : .

;\\ Oil Co. had deliberately -', the boat Frances Louise was painfully out some information'regarding the the'lobbies of parliament! is that Premier said that the correct name of the ne Georgiana E. Kirk filed a prayer the assembly yesterday reverses :; i ;

sidetracked shipments to destroyhis cut 'last night with a knife in an I question at the meeting of the Board Goremykin has resigned and has gro is Rausbaum and that he isj!i!'for an insunction asking that H. L. the judgement of the Texas synod \'.; ,

trade. His company lost many affray on Main street. George Ball,I of Public Works Monday afternoon been succeeded by M. Shipoff, of Mos wanted in Wilkins, Ga., on a charge I,Mackey and W. L. Zachary be restrained and that Dr. CaMwell is a member ( :(. '.
Fort Worth Presbytery and ,
customers who desparing of getting a character well known in police circles .I either in the way of a reply to the cow. It is also reported that Prince of murder. Authorities! in the stateof from taking possession of, or of the of< the Fort Worth Presby- x .'

prompt service, bought of the Stan is in the. city jail charged with request of the council for his resignation I Urusoff' has been appointed minister Georgia have been' notified. Raus disposing of certain property within, pastor from which he ":.
terian church, was removed r
dard the crime. .1 or otherwii.?. ,of-the inter'or. baum was known here as Coleman. the limits of the city of Pensacola. the ':
by synod.It
George A. Lane, before 1901 an The patrol.wagon was, immediately _.___ _______ __ I Complainant avers that the respondents is believed the assembly will ad- ,'\ .'J.
employe of the Standard said his summoned and Conelly was conveyedto entered into a conspiracy, and .
business for the Standard' was to police headquarters. City Physician represented: to an old woman who 1 lives journ : ..

drive out independent dealers. He Pierpont was called, and pressed on the premises that they were only I

was told if he could not do the job Conelly's wound, which is on the 'purchasing trees on the property, and BOARD OF HEALTH t

sone one else would be secured who, ieft, side, about., four inches below l she signed a conveyance deeding to I .i tf 1
could put the Standard's competitorsout I I the nipple. It was necessary' to give 4' ,,' them the whole property. For the

of business. He said: "I succeeded the wounded man opiates. to relieve I .. .' '. deed, complainant avers that the old HOLDS A MEETING }:
in driving out all the competitors Us suffering. wOman was paid two dimes. Georgi- ,
In a dozen places in northern Dr. Pierpont ordered the injured: Irk claims that she is the .Nrg ;,
Ohio, the only failure being made in man conveyed to "a hospital, as his' ':\ ana E.of the property in question an1 CASES OF INSPECTOR MARTIN ,.,M 'I
Youngstown, where a man name condition is such that close and proper has clear title to same, :AND OR. HERRON INV STIGAT. ', f
Fahey stuck it out, notwithstandingthat attention 'is- deemed necessary. It a '."i, .'' .,
I that the respondents notwithstand-I ACTED '
in'g ON.
high as six dollarsa that .
we spent as is more than likely Conelly wa !
gallon to give oil away. We represented pent to the marln hospital. signed by the old

ourselves as indmpents but Conelly! stated .that Ball has had it A perpetual injunction is prayed for. I The Board of Health met in special ':, "

got our supplies from the Standard." iu for him for some time and last Court Commissioner Coston granteda I session yesterday at noon. t t. .

night they met. Ball, according to temporary injunction restraining of respondents -, Mayor Bliss stated that.he had been ,;;.,r. ."
from taking
disposing .
the woundei1: :man's statement applied informed that Inspector Martin was 1} -\

COMMENCEMENTt I aq epithet that usually means fight, ,I possesion of the property. not a qualified voter of the diy when :;:'*:> _

and was hit in the face, and immediately I O'Donovan Wants Damages. I named as an inspector. jAn investigation :. -..;"
t O'Donovan, former member: '
John a
AT MARIANNA pulled his knife and stabbed, developed that the charge was t :
Conelly. of the Pensacola Fire Departmeht filed -
I true. The suspended the .
mayor in.
Ball suit against the City of Pensacola : ro
Captain Fondebilla arrested: }
-A I Since then :Mr. Mal'1 4
and is personally: investigating "th: I wherein he asks for $7,500 damages! \
tin has had his registration transferred I
of last Plaintiff injured while performing t i '
to precinct 13. question of "$
his duties as a fireman in the employof J
I the legality of the transfer, after the j--
Ar RnttRoAn t the city. : registration books were closed has T*
SUMMARY.Ofi"E i l No allegations: are contained in the
CLUDED. I instituting the suit.' been referred to the* city attorney for f-
investigation and report. Pendingthis
Other Suits. ,
4: WEATHER I report the inspector will be laid '
: The following suits in addition to '
off.I'Mayor Bliss paid a compliment
Special' to The Journal. those mentioned were filed yesterday: ;
I to the ability and faithfulness of Mr.
Marianna, May 25.-The Jackson 7T Frank C. Horton vs. Join D. Den- *
; Martin. -, ,
County High School commencementIs The weathertor this season of the ham, damages in the sum of $800. ,
8433 The Dr. Herron again
over. Last night ended the lighter year continuescool and pleasant. The Mi j 1'zzie Anderson vs. Charles R. case came up.
Dr. Herron was arrested on a charge ,
part of the exercises and today the maximum temperature yesterday was PRUJEGr Anderson, divorce. .
refusing to allow santo
I of failing or a
exercises were finished. 74 degrees at 240.p. m. and the mini Municipal! Court. ."
tary Inspector) to go through his resi i- F
Tuesday night the students presented mum 66 degrees at 5' a. m. Just five unfortunates faced Judge "
"' and
He adjudged guilty
Observer Feed 4n -his of in the police court dence. was j
Mother Goose and other nursery -, summary Laney yesterday. *
to be
fined $25. cause was ap. "
rhymes. '.Messrs. :Milton aid the weather yesterday said: Thirty-five dollars and costs were as- -h.
pealed, but no appeal has been filed, ,rand
Bent "The disturbance h gl
Smith "Jack sesed.
? were great as I, '
the time has passed. Mayor Bliss
: diminished -somsrwhat .in intensityand
Jump Over the Candle' Stick" and
was instructed to notify the chief of
remained 1practically stationary
"Simple Slm n." Orion Davis was a :
goose in in consequence) rains hveJ QntlntlEj :CROSBY FREED police to collect tine fine. Sanitary
( the piece) and all parts were be
ordinates to strictly enforced
in the Gulf an'.south(! Atlantic states.
sell played even to the part of the! and the practice of throwing cans
The western. depression has, moved J ..
*rat in the "House that Jack Built'1 slowly eastwatd latp Nebraska and '" ON DEMURRERBy I boilers etc., into the streets must b i
'hose_ tail was so long that it continuance I stop, the board.
fi'.s: Kansas! causing ,;# of says 1
way. \ I showery weather '!n the upper Mississippi .
Wednesday night several musical and-Missouri valleys and .
selections were well renJerel by the northern .Rocky Mountain Associated Press. I FIRE DESTROYS ;
thai !
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scholars of Mrs. Bishop's music class districts.' Rain is. also falling from Kansas City May 25.Judge McPherson -i 1 I ,,:
and Mrs. Bishop gave a selection here central California northward( under o in the federal court today AMUSEMENT PARKBy >

.'f that was enjoyed by all. Miss the Influence of,anpther- "lowV, on the sustained the demurrer to the indictment 1

Margarett L. Smith and Mr. Ceph. It north Pacific ,coast .4 ,; of George H. Crosby, former '1\-1' -

"'ison! Jr. played Cinderilla and the > Occasional rains with light variable : freight manager of the Burlington Associated Press "h; .

Prince and did ample justice to their winds may-to expected over this i I railroad, charged witlh conspiracy with Cleveland May 25.-Fire today

Parts. Mr George Robinson took the vicinity -to-night and,?Saturday." .. conspiracy to grant fre'ght: rebates. practically destroyed the amusement' '. !

Part of the stepfather and a better I ICKltoy was discharged. The dfeci- park known as White City, lo- '

One for We part could not have been M.RS. JEFFERSON DAVIS '" Eon sustains the claim of the defense! Seated on the shore of lake Erie, a ftr t

those-no Elanor Damn is as pretty a CONTINUES TO IMPROVE.. -. ,. that the government failed to show few miles east of the city. Numer-

!1ttle fairy as any one Toul.1; wish, to '- ,. f conspiracy. Judge McPherson overruled pus buildings with their contents ,:

see. -By Associated Press. ..... .._. .. ., I a similar motion in the case were wiped out and several firemen r,. .. .
Last night the 8th and 9th "grades: New York, May ,.25.--$lCqntinued improvement : ; : ';... .,<:- against George L. Thomas and L. B. were injured. The loss is one hundred -, i' "

Presented the "Country Scientific i reported US the ,condition :: Ta'ggart and-the case was sent to the and fifty thousand abilars. wiLa' ., ,'

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All Suits, regular ?17 and $18 val- !All Shirts, regular $'2.50 value,,new All Pants, regular $5. and $6 vat$4 Suits Underwear. ... .. .. ..$2.95 50c Neckwear... .. .. .. .. 39c

ues.. ., .. .. .. $11.93 goat .. .. .. ._ .. ....$1.95 ues, goat. ., .. u .. ..'.. ... .$4.35 $3.00 Hats.. .. *,*,....' _. .. ., 235. "

All Suits, regular 14.50 and 515 All Shirts, regular J2 value, new :'All ,Pants, regular $4 and $!.ro <.-* $3 Suits Undtnv r.. ..r .. ,...$2 5. 't ,25c ,Neckwear... ;.,;.,.. .. ., .t.. .I9c

values at ... .. .. .$10.65 goat... .. ..' . .. .. .....$1.65 'values fco at.. .. .. .. .'. ..$3.45 $2.50 Hats.. .. ...;.:,.. u: ..' .. .$1.95 .

All Suite, regular $13.50 values All Shirts, regular $1.50 value, All Pants, regular $3.50 and $3.75' .,. "* V.. *' .'* ; .. -$1.5Suits Underwear.,, ::, ,r rw.$1.15, ..-.. : 1' f ''

now only. ... .. ... .. ,.$10.25 now go at.. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.15 values, .at.. .' H' '... .. .. ....$2.75 $2.00 Hats.. ... .. .. .ej-.. .*. ..$1.45 ,' -' / '
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Underwear. V'89c 'BELTS
$1 Suits ,
AU Suits, regular $12.50 values, All Shirts, regular ,$1 value, now All Pants regular $ .50 and $3.00, f, 4!: nit 'J. 4 I-w, .J -.- .* -;i:' ..f U-): ,-4 :

go now at. .. .. ... ... ...' .$3.95 goat.. .. .. .. ....'.. .. .. .,79c values, at..,.. .. -.. -.. .. .$2.15 $1.50 and $1.75 Hats, .. .. .. .. $1.20 SOc Suits u JUnderwear- ,. ... ... ,.. .39c ETC., AT THE SAME REDUC-*

: All Suits, regular 110 values, go All Shirts, regular 50c value-now All Pants, regular $1.5O and $2.00 : .

now at .. .. ..: I. .I ,. $7.65 fco at.. .. .. ..' .. .. ... ... .39c values, go at, ,,'* .. .. .. ..1.20 $1.00 and $1.25 Hats.. .. .. .. ..85c 50a 'plastic :Seam JDir ... .35c '. TION., ,
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Yours For Cash, :J? II'ON1TE CLOTBIEEl.: ; 222 :S. .alaf'x'St. -

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POCKTWIRLSS Marine Grocery .Co.:I I. Alston treet" ,in, the Maxent. "-- Tract.' Fifteenth Avenue"' 'toSTREET. 'WATER
F tQ "'alAGNOUA: STREET." I ." !

I r. POWELTON ]I '604,,60$, 608. 610 S. 'Palafox St. "DeSoto ,atre$" from 8th Avenue I, Section',3. Tt.the. Street.or PUD..

TELEGRAPH DEVICE Phone 723. east to the City limits -to "HEINB itG I lie,':,war .extending,.from -REVS

EXCURSION.' Special to The Journal V. J. VIDAL, Manager.We "Spring Street South of. St Mich- through blocks numbered 35 36, 3;,
,- TO ael's Cemetery and East of Alcanize 42 .and 48, in the "Donaldson Tra .
I'. !Powelton May 25.-Quite a crowd will ,
sell ten
for days at less "
MARIANNA AND RIVER JUNCTION from 8. last Street to"ARAGON;"STREET. shall be'named. and known as 'FORT

; Instrument Can Be Packed in Case FOR THE: REAL MAY 28. 1906., Saturday here at attended Buckeye Field picnic, Fla. All thaiicost No. 2 Mackerel: 2 for 15c.'v' I I I "Havana: Street Alston StreeLand STREET."

Thirst and only chance to visit pointy came back delighted with their trip. 13th Street in' the'Pettersons addi The Street, or public way, ext nj.
Smoked Halibut -
| 4X5 inches and Will "Operate ESTATE MAN of interest on the P. & A.:'R. R. Will ''Among those from,here were\ Mr. and per pound. (veryfine) lOc I tion. ta "GREGORY: STREET." ing from "DeVILLIERS STREET' 'o

leave on regular passenger train on, ""Simpson Street" .to "WRIGHT "OLIVA STREET" ,
,(Mrs. Fleming Mrs. Harper, Mrs. C. Blood Red Salmon, lOc ,lb. I I I through I" u,
Over 30 Miles. Monday morning May 28. and returnon i H. Jackson. Mrs.' J., H. Mullins Mrs. Holland Herring (In Tdts per) 60c I STREET." ,', numbered, 33, 34, 43, and 47. ,n 'ha

: 'I 30, Fare for round trip to Marian, (Parker; Misses Lena Mullins, Amelia; kit ,, per I 'orbs _fe-reet" 'and 1F1rst Street" "Donaldson Tract," shall bend nam.j!
>; REASONS FOR NEWSPAPER ADVERTJSING na and River Junction $2.50. I,' { "BELMONT ST'REET.t known
Fleming .
Gail. Everheart, Pearl Kaiser Herring (in. tins : as "TAY.LPH 11
t: Fare from Milton same as from Pen-'.,rfkey, Sabra Hardy :Mary 3IaC-j Un. ) ,ioc 'per.}. "Howell Street" an'd '"Second Street" The street or public wa}', i'Xtr.n1,

:' UflEAU OF EQUIPMENT, OF THE AND HOW TO sacola. (Purchase your tickets at the ,;Messrs O. E. Jennings, Will Coker, Salacine Sausage (Imported- ) 25C to "LaRUA: STREET.: I ing,from ,"OONA SON STREET ,

r', ;NAVY INVESTIGATING MERITS DO IT.It ticket office. ; C. G. Wilson, Fred Hardy, and Dan per pound. ( "'Giiswall'Street" and "Third Street"to "OLTVA STREET": through i.:,, ,

:s _'_ For further Information apply to !Barker. :- : We have a fresh stock',of Imported ."JACKSON STREET." numbered; 44 and '45 Iff the "Dona1s :!

1. 'OF LITTLE INSTRUMENT THAT ROBT. KING. Irs'. Wilson "BrooKs and Irs. Turner Maccaroni, Spagetti' Italian Tomato "Campbell Street and "Fourth I I Tract," ,shall'be named and kiioai!; ij

Brooks p Pensacola, visited paste, Greek Black, Olives Street" to "GADSDEN STREET." t."CEDARSTREET..".,
? 'MAY EVENTUALLY PROVE OF it was not profitable to own Mrs. Kate W Sun Artichokes <
Son Saturday. and "Ba bcook Street" and "Fifth1 Street"to The Street or public ,
Navy Bread. Pilot Bread, Italian HardTack way :n -i
houses there would be landlords.Th.2 ".
no day. I "CERVANTES : -
.. : STREET.
.. .. Boston "Maxenf Tract" extending
c GREAT UJP; TO THE NA- the Brown Bread h'renchBread'Rnssian' f-oa:
columns of
advertising Mrs. U. "H. MuHfns
and daughter,
I I "Kennedy treet"and "Sixjth Stre'et"to"ISTRONG "REUS STREET1 to
.. Caviar and Imported'French 'CHIPLEY
f newspaper is the modern RJalto, the Miss Marye; attended ths picnic at -
TION. ,and,Italian Sweet ..Oils. I I : STREET. STREET" tbrotfgh blocks nun: J"r. ">
meeting place where buyer.and seller Qlus-cogee 'Monday" line l I "Duval Street" and "Seventh Street"to 57 and 58, shalljbe named
J:. -" get together.. .. KICK$/ 10 CClTi Miss Hazel Prather spent the day r We carry the only full: 1)f FranI ""DeSQTO STREET." "CHIPLEY and knowaas
1 Don't kick when a newspaper with Miss :Mary Wilson Sunday.Mrs. and'Brown'scanned
r : Special To The I goods in the city. Gulf City, '"Wagner Street" and EighthStreet" i The fight of way of Jhe 'Pen-aroia' ,
Journal. chaises you something extra for preferred PATENT APPLIED'FORAt (Fannie Lowell, of Pensacola, I "
Washington, D. C. May 2S.--1A. position. You get ,more for all| Druggists. has been the guest of her sister, Coffee Co.'s "Oaxaca" Gold Standard and Perido Railway Company with;a

'IPocket wireless, telegraph'' device corner-tots :yourejf. ., .: I .MUS.QUIT.U.MFG.CO.,- Mrs. A. Lowell for the past week. Daybreak. Diamond Blend and Golden "Rodney Street" and "Ninth" Street" the City limits shall be named aim

f / Js'noTT being Inspected by the officer No one is too poor to bs interested Jacksonville Fla. : Mr. Sharp and Mr. C. C. Wilson Rio Coffee for sale. :They 'are au "BRAINARID STREET. known as "PINTADO! STREET"
l of the high grades and give perfect satisfac'i "Washington Street" and "Tenthstreet" 'Section 4. That all ordinances
Bureau of equipment ,of the I In a real estate proposition if the 'Were uleaserf( visitors; here Sunday. : ani
ptvy., Naval officers, believe that property offered bougat. on the Miss Nora LewIs, of :Muscogee is. lion. 1 I l to "lLOYD STREET.- parts of ordinances in conflict ho*

( (when the device is perfected it will easy payment plan quired.. cash. The bank or 'trust the, guest. of .)Iiss,. Sabra. Hardy this 'I I,I "Jefferson Street" west and "Elev' with be and the same is herein :"
enth Street" to "LEE STREET.
work acourately over a distance of "Personal Solicitation" is. a good company that lends the money required -: week. pealed.
: at least 30 miles. and its weight 'retriever. but -for flushing the game is in a sense like the grocer' The youngset are anticipating another II I "Adams Street" West and TwelfthStreet" Section 5. That this ordinal

f': !when complete will not be more. thaa. {the pointer advertising- is the better -who buys sugar by the barrel and, pleasant. daon .cambia river Legal Idveriisemenfs i I f to "BLOUNT STREET." shall take effect immediately.)

t two pounds. dog of the two. : '. sells't by, the pound.' ,Each purchases Saturday. =: F "Madison Street" and "Thirteenca Passed May Sth 1906.

$ 'The apparatus as It Is at present is 'If" honestly telieve that advertising : for us the thing we d'esire.and Mr. I. E. Allen, of Brents, spent AN ORDIANCE TO INCREASE Street"' Jo 'MORENO, STREET." :Approved May, 11, 1906.

i; of thin rubber or a similar material you''doesn't 'don't tack a; lets us have" it. little' by little as we {Sunday afternoon with his brother THE BOND.* OF THE CITY TREASURER. "Calhoun Street" and "Fourteenth CHAS. H. BLISS,
pay up
' l 'very collapsable, which can: be ;.in- "For Sal or ."Tir Let" sign. because can*pay for it Mrs. Buford )Ueu. 'Street" to' ""fllALLORY STREET." Attest: Mayor

I.:- nated into an obloid about three feet that is 'one fornt'of advertising.An To many people the idea of a 'Mr. Cecil Wilson visited home Be it Ordained by the "Mayor and "Lake View Ave." and "Sixteenth I C. E. MERRITT. Clerk.

Jn diameter. The hydrogen gas will mortgage is repugnant but-any plan folks Sunday Council the City of Pensacola: .Street" to "SIERRA STREET"
i. be produced by a patent cartridge advertisement home" on the text "Ow'niyour that will effect saving in rent Is We will scion hear the wedjng,'bells SECTION 1. ..,T1at the.City Treasurer 'Talmeto, Street" and' 'Nineteenth'tie'et" 1 An Ordinance to Extend the F:n
Should make
1-" !which' is light of :weight and occu1 own clear warmly welcomed. Bear this in mindin ringing in -ffiis jrieinity.i ,, ''_ be 'and.)ie irehY1&u1red to to "MAXWELL STREET." Limits of the City of Pensaco'aBe
.1es little space., It is believed that to the reader,.two hings-why he furnish ,it'bond hi the Fifteen I "Center Street":and .
; hould he:' your advertising and put your Mr. Buford",Allen visited: hsv! par SUm of "Twenty-second .Ordained"by the Mayor ail,
and how :
[1-f in* baloon will support' 200 feet of I I The man who fouy$an.. lots '25 by 100] Own a Home" proposition 'up'.io the I ents at (Brents,.esterday,"* Thousand Dollar in'.addition1: te the Street": 'to 19COTT STREET." Council the City of Pensacola

me copper :wlre to act as antennea o-t&y and hangs on to" ,. hem will rent payer in this way; ""Improved I 1'=1 *" bond required of him: by exIstingOrdinan'ces "'Fittee lth"Street"\ to"AVERY Section 1. That the, Fire L in "s

;: and it* the ground will have a "de leave his family well provided for I property usually nets the owner. a It Is Dangerous to Neglect a Co-dHow 'ii.sieh. form and with such STREET" of the'City of Pensaeola l shall bt .'\
J. tector which it is said to be no yearly income equal to 10 cent of sureties as"mayapproved' s''&#rventeenth -
when the time comes for"him to occupy -,. per often'do:we hear it remarked:J : by this Street" to "HERNAN. tended as followsCommencing a' ,t
1 'larger than the bowl of a pipe. The a plot 2 by 6. the market value of 'the roperty "It's only a cold?,and a few days lat' Council, subje t' to'* laws 4qd ordinances DEZ STREET. point in the center of TaimM!
>' I ;sender will be of about the same sizeand' !that is to say, a house that rents forO relating to toads oi JTffic'als! of "Eighteenth 'Street1 to street 150 .. , can't b.e: original in;your ad.: er learn that theonan is on his back "JORDANSTREBT. feej! from; the N"rrh !IHP
.1) the entire apparatus, when pack ? a"month. or J360 a year is worth the City df'pensacoll : ." '. ,' .' of Wright Streef Thence
', verti8ing'en'dea.1'or Jto be Interssting with pneumonia*;. Thig! Is.: of such : ; ]N'h> /] d i >DZ
; ed.: can"be put in a case 4x5 Inches" at the'outside 3600. Money can ,be" SECTION .", the ofTdirat'et ',
2. center
If you can't be interesting try at least common occurrence that a cold, however -:] That. all ordinancesand to "BaBESTREET. to : e
I The chief of the '
11l' 'been selected bureau, who has tt) be truthful..i, If you can't be truth borrowed 'at 5 per cent 'Interest, slight should not be disregard parts of ordinances in conflict: ."- < center of ,Belmont.. Street: at n- mieifrection !,

the as one of the delegates ful don't advertise. which' means'that..- you agree to pay ed. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy I I herewith be. and the same. are hereby;I. -"Twenty-first Street". to ."JOB with Tarragona Street' ; T'\"h1!
to .
, coming wireless conferenc at the lender $5 a year for every. $100 I 'N .' West along the center of Ik
Il- lEerlin. Germany said It is a good plan to remind the rentrayer ] counteracts any tendency of a cold to. repealed. 'f 1 f i STREET"Twentythird. !mw
: he believed that he lends you. Interest oh $3,600 I. Street'to a point '200 feet West of >
'i that the occasionally 'that the familiar. result in pneumonia and has gainedits 3. That this. ordinance Street" to ."HAT--
could be. worked at 5 per cent amounts to $180 a year,' West line of Palalox' Street
shall takcaeffectlmthediateiy TON .STREET.- ;
; term "landloard" 4s Dimply the old oppulanty and I Isale' : upon its '- '" -
tz ; out to be of extensive
practical use and or $15 a month-:-just half Jhe rent of 'TWentf.fourlh ji South along a ling parallel with 'neWest
feudal title "land lord' in disguise its passage approval i i Street to "CROSSSTREET. .
l' of this
would be of great service to both,thebray'and by prompt cures most
of house. not '
: '
a $3,600 Why save line
of Palafox
: Street
i' and1 that "rent" merely a modern common ailment .It always cures Passed May Sth, 1906. ,, : a point
navy scouting parties. other half and use it to pay"ba"ck: the I'I 211 feet.North of the North lint' uf
term for &tr1bute.tI.The Approved 11 "Twenty-fifth Street"
May 1906.
: A. W. M. and'is pleasant'to take. For sale by to "FISHERISTREE'r '
borrowed by lit ; ,
moneylittle Wright Street East
columns of ;, a'I iu. t
t classified the newspaper e-I all CHAS. H. BLISS, : : I I
: (Printer's' Ink. druggists.'A I a line parallel with the North ?fI
In 0I>
4f} P. Stone Selling Cheap. j Is the directory which the Attest- Mavor.- "TwentysixthStreet'! "YONGE.
investor home seeker instinctively C. ---a i I Wright Street to noint of bezinniK
and MERRITT Clerk. STREET. -
ja (P. Stone, with a view'of closing out. : turn.. If you are not representedIn Stomach Troubles.Mrs. I I I "Twenty-seventh' : Section 2. That this ord'uanoe:
Harry' Advantage. II Street"-to "BAARS
/' his stock of shall take effect
shoes clothing. etc: is I on passage andpro'val. )
; a>
:.t-f offering some very attractive barL that, won't 'be In it Sue Martin, an old and highly!- Pearl-Helerf'marriedt! Why,she In Escambia County Circuit, Court, STREET." _. .
'I. with the ,competitor who is. i respected resident of Faisonia Miss.,' State of Florida. In Chancery. J, D. "Twenty-eighth Street" to "HAYES
gains. See told that she Passed 9 1906.
{ his big ad. in this'p me wouldn't May. ,
There acceptthe
.per is a purchaser somewherefor' Waters "
f was' sick with stomach trouble for vs, Rosina Borras and John L. STREET.! .
it r and. bexconvinced. every piece of property that is more than six months. Chamberlain's best man that walks. Borras, her husband, Susan ..Bergin "Twenty-ninth: Street":- to "ANDER Approved 1f.arl1. 1906.

.. offered for sale. In what other' way Stomach and Liver Tablets cured her., ftuby-Well, Harry don't have to and Daniel.Bergin, her husband, Louis SON STREET," Attest: CHAS.' H. BLISS -,
i Ma >
., I ._ .. can you get in touch with the man She says: "I can now eat anythingI walk. He owns an automobile.' Bauer and Julia Bauer, .his wife, Dora Thirteenth Street" to "MAURA C. E. MERRITT,''
L --" '- )'ou'want to reach so surely or so want and am the proudest woman. Detroit Tribune.The Cardinas and Joseph Cardinas, her STREET," : Clerk.TREASURY .

' cheaply as' through the columns of in the world to find such a good medicine. husband, Josephine Yelverton and "Eighth venue" ;and "Cevalloa

: the Drive daily thfe paper fact? home in your advertisement ." For sale by. ,all. .druggists., ,Muse's,Favori.tejTheme. _, Roy; Yelverton. her husband Beula'a Street." from City limits on the Northto DEPARTMENT, OfflrM

Goin Bauer; -Wmie' Bauer, NettieBauer the City limits 'on'th South, to the ...,"
: That the man who pays "Do you think that a taste for John Bauer Supervising Architect, \V a-h
and Lorena On "CEVALLOS ,
., rent for ten years pays the ownerof GENUINE IMPORTEJD PANAMA ?" Bauer. STREET.. I ton, D. C., May 9, 1906-SBALK'Q[
6 poetry
improves a man Monday, the 4th day of June, A. D., "Seventh Avenue" from .
: r "WrightStreet" PROPOSALS
the house he lives in all that house HATS: AT THE M. & O. CLOTHING "I don't know 1906 will be received .1. d
answered Mr. the ,defendant, Dora Cardinas to the City limts on the Northto ,
cost. in the first place, without office until 3 o'clock P. M on in t tday .
ever WORTH
owning ::so much as a shingle stick STORE3.50 I I Cumroi. "It's likely to. get him into required: .to appear to the bill filed "SAN CARLOS ,STREET." of June 1$06, and then op'\> ><' ".

,, ; Across or stone of it himself. i the patent food habit nowadays.- against her herein. This order'to be Sixth Avenue" from "Wright for plumbing and sewerage :i> Sotl i: .

: Even the real estate man 'Who believes REPORT OF THE Washington Star. published!: once'each week for four'con.secuaY' -- Street" to the City limits 'on the North Rosa Quarantine Station. Ppnsa. ".',
: weeks in The'Pensacola Journal to "CORDOVA STREET."
.. In -] .
Florida In
; newspaper advertising, will accordance with rtiai 110.
sometimes say of'a.certain: property a newspaper published in said Escambia' "Twentieth, Avenue" shall extend and specification;' '. of which may
Obvious. cop es
: "No, 'it wouldn't pay, meI to .adver-, R. .R., COMMISSION, Hicks "in County; A. .' (SI. McMillan, from the-City limittfbn the South to be" tad this-office or at the .)tlh',. *

the Bay Use .that. .lt' ap'peaIs to too small a1 My hair comes out Clerk Circuit Court. By' L. G. Ay- the Intersection of "BOND. STREET",. Custodian of"the" 'Station. Pei !-
class of people." And yet that same handfuls. If it keeps on I'll soon mard, D.C. Pensacola, Fla., ilayf4th, on the North.. la,- Florida, at the discretion o' '

; man If he'loses a bunch of keys will SHOWS GREAT PROSPERITY) OF be bald. 1906.' ma "Oak Street" between "Escambia Supervising Architect. James Kn'll

rush an ad. to the newspaper office Wicks-Nonsense I If it keeps on (Seal), "' "Oaiv4W'j Avenue" and "Oceola Avenue" to Taylor, Supervising Architect..
: :
although he 1ws that in the 'wide, FLORIDA' RAILROADSDUR' : "PALM STREET" i J5may6teod.
can be bald. Boston j I
; ? wide world there is but one Individ-I'I you never An Ordinance relating to the "Maxent Street" from the City lim.: .

Sunday lial who can' Ossibly be influenced by I ING PAST YEAR. Transcript. ; of Improve Bonds of the 'City. ctf I its on"th South to th'$City limits on I An Ordinance to amend Section .. '
that'a'dVert1sement.! Pensacola.'Be the "
North to"B" Sti
; ; I I Three, Hundred and Tuenn.
Lots" of good houses can be bought I It Ordained by ,the Mayor 'and "Palma Street from: City limits on of the.Code of Ordinances oi .
}; for,'aj little" as "$1,800. 'l.J>ts'tr'people The ninth annual report of the Council of the City of' Pensacoa! : the South to the Citi'limits' on the It Ordained by the Mar i i'Be ,::1
If you'are you will want Railroad Commissioners for the State Section 1. : "
will gladly lend $1,800 for S littleas That all moneys derived North t J"C" Street. Council of
:: the City of Pensaco'o)
I' a nice lunch-some of Florida has just been issued, says from the sale ,
\ 5.per cent interest. Interest: on of Improvement, "Jorda .Street" ,from,. the City limits Section 1. That Section .
thing that you won't have 41,800 at $ percent: doesn't, amount to the Jacksonville Metropolis.- I Bonds of the City of Pensacola; au-{, on the South to the City limits on the Three Hundred and. Twenty T;',', '",
: to work over for two The commission .calls the attention; thorized by 1
or' such a lot-only 25 cents an Ordinance approved '
a day. .the' Nortifto "W STREET the ,.'
7 Code of Ordinances of
t....- three days to prepare and, price -of.five beers And yet there of the governor, to whom the report I July 19, 1905, 'shall be placed by.the "Oliva Street" fr'dm,( the"same'is "J
he : amended -
r that will taste good after' are lots of persons who Imagiethe is made, to the great rosperjty of I Board of Bond Trustees in such de the City. hereby =<< "
read follows
;you get there. ,We have cannot afford to own..a home of their' I the railroads in this 'Tstate during, the. : .''pos'itOriea'as have been authorized 'North' to "O to J\tA the City limits on the' "Section as : it n.
STREET 322. That sha, "
: a specially arrangedPicnic own.. .. .- ', past year, consequent upon"the general ,3 d and approved by this ,Council l" and ,all I :
vCc4d '
facts. i prosperity of the'state.. : : checks for the withdrawal 'of'said $h me d Street to 'T. STREET.!' lawful for any P l, OltQ spi' 'j. "
.si more convincing Every railroad but two in the state .- / funds shaft "Birmingham re t", to "..H. :any paved or other impro\ '- '
than ; or thereof be
glittering generalities., Proper I any part : 'I"
STREET. walk, "
shows handsome net earnings ove -sig! led by thechaitnian' of'the' Board] 4 \ or upon the floor or au ..
erty in your ttfwn has increased In : h.4f ,' .
,:, Menu value, of course, but don't be contentto operating expenses, and every road of Bond! Trustees and countersigned "Anii istoIt, 'Street" to. "I. STREET"1 part of any street car, public ., ,"'::e
Seetlont.. public hall or public buildup :
but two of those showing. by" That the '
say that in "your advertisement and a. surplus 4 one other member of said 'Ba&rd. \ following "
nothing mor .' Be,specific.' Pick outa shows a net increase in earnings over Section 2. That all ordinancesand changes in the name of Avenues in City Section of Tensacola.2. That] ; this L, QI'j'j; )

piece pf that is the previous year. tarts of ordinances in conflict Tetterson's Addition and in the
that Is ,
already prepared, property every4one shall
take effect Immediate
While the East Coast Railway Com herewith. be the names of Lettered Streets In the
and hereby
familiar with find out what it'sold same are ,
and In proper shape to Section 3. That all Oru .-
King (
'. pany shows a gain' in gross earnings! repealed. "West Tract" are hereby -
for designated -'|
thirty '
ago, twenty" sears ,
serve. You dont need to years [and parts of Ordinances in f i!
ago, a year ago, and print the:figures. from operation of $6,290.79, 'over the Section 8. That this. Ordinance and made Viz: I,
herewith be J'
worry'about. the lunch and the 'r' !
:" question all to hire .I I The inference may besafely', left to previous year, the operating expenses shalC,take effect immediately upon "First Avenue and' ''0'' .Street" to I repealed. amear'
'; or were increased by 106522.53 which its and approval. "PETTERSON, ]'REET."
the intelligence the
of reader. -
..: a cook to serve you when : A thing tha.t the.real estate broker showed that the road' had less: net )AUTOMATIC R ffig, Passed May 9,- 1906.'Apprared "Second Avenue" and "P" Street"to Passed May 9, 1906.. .

you get there. Just call ought continually to combat "in his earnings for last, year than for the erator has been to more May 11, 1906. .. J'MULDON STREET." I Approved May 10 1906.
put CHAS. .HAJtestr -
or ring us up and we will H. B! ;
advertising is the tendency of :the previous year. "- CHAS. 1LBLISS" "Third Avenue" and "Q" Street" to ., .
::: take pleasure in axing" up average man to believe that the. day Several other-roads- show a like Increase severe' test than any other 'Attest: .- ", Mayor. "BRENT STREET." C. E. *'. ;' \1.! If.
a ready prepared lunch in the operating expenses. C. E. "f'oiirtl ,
MERRITT Avenue" '
for profitable investment has gone by. "ice : and 'ER""stree t'
;:--' that will be ./both cheap iprices to-day! naturally seem high The commission 'reports that' dXir- box".made. Clerk. to "HTRST1E'l"- '" Clerk.

' :'. and appetizing. 'iwhen one recalls how cheaply the ing the year ending !March 1; 1906, --"Fifth .Avenue" and" "S".Street" 'I I

: same property'sold a generation ago. they have handled 186 case- for loss ,No other refrigerator has,' 'An Ordinance to change.the names GREEN ,STREET.?, ,N t1te.1s.her NOTICE. taar! *n II' .
; given
. .How often one hears "If my father and damage. They have decided so and '0. f ,certain streets a public ways inl ;"Sixth Avenue" and "T" Street" to. by .. ,,
exclusive dertigne&owners fol))
of omu
special .
-}- had bought that property, thirty years number of rate cases and haVe 'col many the City! of Pensacola. "Y.l" lh'tR STREET! I :
..hed '. rich lected a number of fines imposed for features. Be it ,Ordained by the Mayor I I "Seyenth' ;" sels will not be responsible i .
rgo : be a man to-day? ( No other: .refrigerator and venue"- to "SIMPSON debts ,; 1
:: 'And' how seldom the :man' who.makes violation of 'the regulations of the Council of the City of Pensacola: j I STREET.?! II t contracted in the nam.c S
j ,
'Sol Cahn & Go' this.statement reflects that thirty commission. has the success re- ., 'Section 1. The following changesin '"Eighth Avenue" to "KBTSER vessels unless first aufhonz-' ,: "'
written It'
The of the. commission for order signed by Us :
years from npw his son will be:saying expenses cord of the AUTOMATIC the'names of streets and thorough t STREET.? j t v..A..e.'
the year were $l2,9.9.l)6.The ) ; notice! refers to the following :
t'. the. eanxo; of,him! fares as. they now appear on the'map ?'Ninth. Avenue'. Jo "KNOWLES I I '.
Schooner Caij\\-
report is Althea Franklin
an interesting one
! V Suggestion for a home seeker, advertisement 'drawn by''Davison &Lee' and causedto J STREET"
'Th. Pure Feed ehows that the has Colt, L. Ami WIX" : L.'
Store, and commission Mary Harty,
"Why not Home
i' ; a be lithdgraphed tF Thos. C. Watson -I "Tenth ,AvgnueT to "DAVISQN ,
transacted amount of Frf-
, a large busi ? ma Jane Osceola, Ariola, :
sugara little'at'
aa'you'buy a time? in 1884-and, delineated in the STRE&K* .
plan ? '
: < ness, and that it has discharged the : Margery Silas Stearns, Algr.macyon :-
If families had to ,
:? Comer tltfox/ and purchase aVsai "the
Souttmeit Intondendi/ : of Maxent Tract made "by It 'own. "El. etitliAyertue"iq ""CLINTON P.
duties imposed' upon it in a creditable .. i William H. Warren (:ara
supply of sugar, \lat.once'.an: ers, Win., Fisher, L. E. Thompson. W.! STREET."Twelfth." .
..' casb>fdr It, :InosT: 'Of'4if ,Wottld drink manner. Sewell.' Isabelle.
Tankirk; and W. A. Blo ntiie hereby '
Phones l'J 8 our teas and coffee' unsweetened. So 107 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET '' . Avenue" to "HANCOCK"Thlrteenfe WARREN FISH CO Pi\
designated and Vizr""Petterson
r: JUST RECEIVED 100 GENUINE ., made. S'tRE, : .
with one'shome. the home that lasts PENSACOLAT1 Street" in j '. --
" not a year but a lifetime., Few cau ,
v.\: -.- .., ,.', afford to pay ,the whole amount re-] & O. CLOTHING STORE; $3.50 = j : .Tract. ""McLellan to';; "CYPRESS Street" ." HATS AT THE M. & 0. CLOTH'NQ
, the Maxent "Fourteenth
" 't WORTH $5.00. I A'yeuue" "to "STILL-. STORE $3.50, WORTH $5.00.i"o".J. .



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Stein Bto h I THE BiG "STORE !

Like :Grandmother: -

Smart Clothes Used.'to' a o.lleinz !


because each suit and .

overcoat is individually) Condition of''the, Navy Such as Municipal Campaign B Brings Out We are showing .a fine line of Children's Wash Suits in Buster

tailored by. specialistswho Might L, : :Disaster-. Warm Words-F. E, Maker k Brown styles; in white and colored. Also a good line of Boys' Bloomer "
Preserves !Iin
of ,.
are masters Pants. in white and linen. :;

their craft. 'Admiral Mason's Views, Jumps on Stovall and .. ;t F,

;Washington, ;Say .25.-"Should war made stone of crocks fruit, and and they sugar.are) I i Knight. We have just received a big lot of Boys' ,Medium Priced Suits j \

rhis Label Stands for 51 Years break out within the next few: years) -pure I I from' $1,25 to 250. Send the boys to see us. We can fit them all 0. K. : :

of Knowing How --- the condition of the navy will,be suchas Pineapple, Strawberry, Dam- ; i .
to lead to disaster," says Rear Admiral son, Blackberry and Peach. ; The municipal campaign in Tampa I .t
N. E. Mason, chief ,of,OJ nance has brought' out some very warm :j
Bureau in an official 'communication 75 CENTS A-DROCK.Apply .- I words especially anent the Tamp3.1 Come inand'l. let us show you our line of Men's and Youths Suits ;

to the navy department* He calls at- .. i Bay Hotel l deal; the..last' in .Grays and Blue Serges. We have them in all colors, but the Gray .:
Butter.. ? .. .. 40cROSENAU&GERELDS : Ing the following, open letter to W.
tention to thereduetron in: the'bureau and Blue, are worn more than others now..
estimates by the.department and the ]I F. Stovall by F. L. Huffaker, a well Serges any )
house naval committee known. newspaper man:
until the reduc- -
Tampa, Fla., May 23, 1906. ':
tion has amounted to more than $12-
000,000, presenting "a":;situation in the W. F.Tribune Stovall;, Editor Tampa' MornIng : We vhave also a big line pi extra Coats in Blue Serges andAlpacasranging ': :

bureau' of ordnance,described at 'lit :> 'in price from $ $10. ;
I note in the morning issue of your ,
tle short of desperate" for the coming C .
The Fancy Grocers paper'what is probably intended as a :;
fiscal year. There is now and,will be ,
to article appearing in the
reply! an '
no reserve ammunition, available for Times yesterday afternoon regardingthe We show the finest line of Ladies and Children's Low ::1
and is In coat. any of our important' .guns!; It .will be Phone 391. Pensacola. Tampa 'Bay Hotel. can you i .'

every necessary, .probably,. to, stop target You reply to statements in the article Shoes in all black leathers, yici, Patent leather and gun metal, and i
practice; new ships will have to be showing that will have We have .
I .- also white canvas. just opened our second shipment, of the :
stock of' Fine sent into service without ,ammunition
The largest to pay $7.000 annual interest in ordnance' stores;' there will be no fo,' the privilege of renting It to celebrated "Merriam" Slippers and Oxfords for Children and Misses. -
Clothing the city. serve ,' torpedoes 'or 'reserve)
guns ) BOSSO'SIce the Tampa Bay: Hotel Company for .
mines on'hand (the bureau has'not on the 'sum of $3,000 annually, by referring .
hand a single complete outfit or 'torpedoes to me as a "braying jack
s.. for the present ships nor has Cream Factorycan ass"" and by saying that I am apt to SOME SPECIAL BARGAINS. :

it any money with which: to get'them.); get my friend l Brown into "serious

there are no range finders and' no mon- furnish you cream In disrepute.: One lot of $1.50 to $2.00 Oxfords for $1.19. One lot of $1.00 to
ey to buy then}.. Rear, dmiral Mason, any quantIty. Satisfaction As for the "barying! jackass" part '
urges that certain important items guaranteed.-_ c
BEGINNINGSUNDAY stricken from the ,estimate and .the PHONE-.1'S26 subject so important to,the people of These are extra good values. ,
house naval committee may be 'replaced SAM BOSSO. Prop. Tampa, as the remark comes from
] vby the.senate?: It is also pointed you I appreciate it as 'a compliment.' .
MAY 27th ,"out that .congress provides for ah Your adverse opinion convinces me
increase of the navy but_makes J1o.allowance PIANOS' WITH -RtPUTATIiON.: that I ftm approaching a point that 1 I
) for, ,the acquisition: of ordnance Our\ pianos have a' reputation,- and have been trying to attain in the fullest
The ,SteamerMONARCH and ordnance stores 'of' new y tot]match that of being gentleman.Now .
ships" upon which situation Rear :Admiral quality for quality- a .
Mason remarks: ; 4The :'evil ;e- positive saving';of-; fifty to' a hundred as to my getting my friend
: dollars. A remarkable statement, Brown "into disrepute.
fects of this'practice ,are. accum la-
; bit: <.we are prepared to back it up I think T.:J. L. Brown's' record will
tine and the resulting lack of efficiency
will make two regular has been-Increasing steadily for the net only to-day'but; : to-morrow=an tiE "." compare favorably with that of any

trips to the past fewyears: until today the"'situation U9ie E ...for we ,regard our advertisements member of the Tampa Bay Hotel company
\ as iron clad agreement with I have yet met, and with those -
: Is so serious' that the' ,bureau ,believes the: public. Easy to buy,easy to pay who are not actually members of the to whether I have given -I .
Life'S'avingStationLeaving that' it. would be guilty of :the ably teVify as ,
: : *!r CLUTTER MUSIC' HOUSE, company but. are deep ymteresteid the people the,news to.i :
grayest dereliction the performanceof I
Pensacola! Fla. therein.. s
at:10 a. m. and 3 p. m,, its duty to the people,to congress i' i You ara a stockholder of the Tampa However, as I have' been given credit t
and:to the the'department. : It not, with ----- Bay Hotel company. I think T. J. L. for writing articles regarding your f W
the utmost respect,'but. in plain and Brown's record compares pretty well! friend P. 0. Knight ) am perfectlywilling

unmistakable language, place 'on re'c-'j! with yours. Don't you? to take the responsibility. 1 Just$ as
MORPHINA.CURA ord as having laid the actual facts as TRYING 'TO Kill However, I 'began this campaign re don't have to do this, however, because '
PERDrug they exist' before all those who are luctantly and with a fixed determina I am employed by a man who
An infallible ramtdy for the Habitt of all kind for
S.nt postpaid tt J2 per bottle Mcxphina-Cun 1 II prepared in a position' to ameliorate the very ton to reflect! upon the moral character Is able and willing to stand good
kif Hypodenni or interna14L D.1ta Ch m.CoStLoulfcFor dangerous conditions ,which now 'ex* of no man, and I have lived up any statements appearing In his pa- 't

Sale in Pensacola.' By 1st": ,A, striking passage ,in the pea] to it in every article that I have ; :
W. H.,WHITE & CO., Druggist of Rear/ Admiral Mason l is 'the' following QUARANTINEME4SURE R [ written; therefore I':will cast no insinuations per.Now as, for getting sore and at- &J 1 i I Ii

; x"The people of 'this!: 'country".beHee at you. ''When you and tempting to Injure you and your side : & Good I : c i

sad'justly. that ship for ship, our ., your gang see'fit to cut loose on T partner, have no such intentions for ,
COTTRELL navy: is as efficient as any other,, but L. J. i Brown, however, you 'can, bet several good reasons, and if I had I
PHOTOGRAPHS. this! .efficiency, disappears the minuteit your last dollar that tile) raying wouldn't use another man's newspaper j '
Pensacola., Fla. Ibecomes impossible ,to replace jackass" will let loose: just as many to vent my spleen. "
aboard ships storesJ articles uncomfortable antf annoying brays as: There are few Skirts i
such and a
'will I'd In the fist place, any reflection very as good as
and probably more.
as are necessary for use in war a HJwhlch' you the
meI celebrated
DIAMONDSSomething rather cutoff. my right'hand than to either of you atteJl1Pt-- and"QUALITY"Skirts
may ba or are expended or
deliberate injure anybody unles regard in the light of a compliment.
Neat and New Thom .
damaged in use. That minute i is upon I In the second place, if I were a
forced to, connected
and man
W. A. Gahlenbeck 218 S. Palafox Si us now, in spite.of the bureau's best every
individual. ,
Outrageous Legislative Hold-lip! Jn with this paper is of "the same opin bloodthirsty, gore-seeking They
efforts, stand with'emp. are
and today
ion. I haven't had to anything of] I'd 'go after bigger game than you c
TURTON & BELL ty,storehouses :and ,magaz'nes, so tar Conference Committee on this kind ;yet and I don't want to. two. I 'wouldn't want to die of apoplexy beautifullytailored r

PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE. '1870. as modern reserve material" is concern In this connection, and contrary to or nervous prostration in the they -
ed. That, efficiency of :the-navy which. the opinion of someof friends, catch either one of you. P Y
Kodak Supplies: Finishing for Am teurs. he Bill : your effort to
the country Justly expects 'and demands I have :written none of.the articles reflecting The only serious trouble I ever got have the right L ,
is not in existence, 80' far ae immaculate friend of paper.
upon your into was on account your 11 shape, they
R. K. WHITE', ordnance material is 'concerned, anJ P. O. Knight and have not desired When E. D. Hobbs, who is one of the ? "
alchmaker,Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate the navy will be found :want'ng unless A Washington special to the' ]Birmingham to: ,however true the references to best friends I have in Tampa, attacked hang right, the -
Optician.30 S. Palatox Street;Pensacola, FU. the deficiencies' are} made good'wii1- Age-Herald says: that individual have been. Further, my friend Lambright something materials are '

put delay.. That'this; condition actually .After a short session, during which I have never even suggested the publication over a year ago, in spite of my physical -
exists the people'have "never" been just that; much time: was' wasted, th* of articles regarding him, nor shortcomings 11 I took Lambright'spart right.
Tersely Told informed, and "congress' does ,not 'appear (conference committee on the quaran have I desired to. When I was ,em- against a friend who was so ,
to 'realize' it. The ''bureau be. tine: 'bill adjourned to the call of thehairman. ployc by the Times I was employedto much stronger than I that he didn't The prices are no

lieves that it should be ulaced before : This,means that there will give this paper a local news service know I had struck him several times higher than you pay
congress in the plainest and most con not be another conference' meeting and not to dabble in politics. As until somebody told him so. In the
Mrs. C. F. Lewis' of Robinson \ciIig'l language, in order that there and the bill will die in confereijcs if you have read the Times since I be doing in be- for inferior Skirts. "
meantime, what were you
Point has gone to Apalachicola, to may be. no failure there, to' understandthe its opponents on the committee have] came connected with it, you can prohI half of city editor? You were r u .
your .
spend several weeks with her sister, conditions, which exist.". their: way. The whole proceeoBng is' sitting safe and secure in your office, Let us send one up : .
Jirs. Collins. !jut a trifle more outrageous thai '.
} while I was mixing up in a serious difficulty for your approval. It '
any other legislative hold-up attempted ] NO MORE DANDRUFF.Npwbro's
Charles M. Coston is pleasantly located :THE FAIR In "Washington in a long while. 1 :with a personal friend. will cost you nothingif
at the of Mrs. E. R. I truUhfully state that Ihaven't
I think
ATe The bill carries $500,000| assist the I lf Herpicide 'Destroys the Pee can it does not suit .
where will vindctive: spiritin
Burgoyne he remain un enough of the
south in tiferous Cause of
keeping out the dread Annoying ,.'
til about 'middle of June ( to In- \
Jhe wnro fUNI4f scourge yellow fever. It was put Dandruff my make-up to willfully try you.
he will leave for Virginia to meet his through; the house early in the sess- Does your head itch? Is your coator jure you or any other human being. If .
mother and sister. sion by the democratic leader, Representative dress full of white flakes after I had, I'd be much better off financially Yours, :

Florala News: Messrs. Fred A. DIRECTORS MEET AND START Williams. Practically dressing your hair? That's the effect and otherwise.But .
Sweet, manager of the circulation de.partment the 'only opposition it had was: fro'itha of dandruff. Is your hair thinning;? a3.references to me In your :

and,Chas F. Stewart" traveling BALL ROLLING' FOR MEET Texas delegation.. ,Texas, has' !Are you beginning to ? get bald in paper'! indicate that you wish to make Watson Parker Reese-to'
: ; representative of The Pensacola heretofore escaped, the ravages of pots? Are you already in fact rapIdly me an issue an this campaign, for
Journal, were In Florala on Tuesdayand THIS YEAR.. yellow fever, and! through the: becoming baM! If so, that is the which B care nothing personally, J s .
Wednesday. The Journal is getting S agency ,of.11beral. quarantine laws, effect of a measly! rlittle parasite {that y'illstate publicly that if you and P. O. Successors to Green & Watson.
a ,wide -circulation. It is, the first baa managed to get! trade which was I burrows in at tha root of the hair Knight believe I have endeavored to !
The DeFunIak'reeze. says: ,'A but out from Louisiana, Mississippi and throws up the scalp in dandruff t
Instead of
daily paper to reach' Florala. : I injure either of you, trying Palafox Street.
meeting of directors of the'West Flor. 'Alabama and-other states which have tin ,eats off the 'hair at the root ] to boost you whenever possible, 33 and 36 South ;
Alderman Sol Cahn Is expected Ida Fair Association held Tuesday 'been compelled to rigidly enforce I Science's latest discovery is a destroyer hold me personally!) responsible I <
tome this afternoon from French afternoon to start. the 'Work of. the their quarantine laws during, the' of that pestiferous germ. That you or collectively
Lick Springs' 'where he has been ,for big exposition-of 1906. yellow fever: 'epidemics.. It is, little' destroyer is contained: in no other and anywnere. .
the past two'-weeks drinking the ''" that such hair preparation on earth but New- any time, in any way -
re The, dates were. fixed at, from short of disgraceful; commercial I have personal
'Juvenatlng waters and basking In the October? 31 to November: 3 which is Influence should be exerfeS: tro's: ,Herpicide. Try it, and, be con As above stated, no -------- -Order- Your .'
sunshine of ,Mine Host '. fever is nced. ,A delightful dressing-: For desire to injure either of you political
Taggart's the same time as last year:and is immediately when the yellow liable to y
perennial smile. After. so long a 'following the Alabama put, In an ape a 'ance at,any time sale; by W. A. D'Alemberte, druggistand ly or otherwise, and my greatest In- ICE GOAL and WOOD I
time in the company of the chairmanof state Fair at, Montgomery' which -.1 apothecary, 121 South Palafox terest in the present municipal campaign .,
the'national democratic committee, closes on October .27? street.or send lOc in stamps to The lies in the w.'sh that it would from: tie
tilderman Cahn's friends i will expect The premiums fof1 county exhibits Sciatica Cured After Twenty Years: (Herplcia'e Co., Detroit,IMich. come to an immediate end. 'However, i Consumers' loe and Fuel Company.
Mm to tell them about of'Torture.For :when either of you wish to make a .
something' was fixed the same as: last year,, thatis I Offlc&orn Chae and Tarragona. WIOM 239.Arat .
national "politics and give them 'aKimter. $300 for the' first $%00 for the more than twenty years Mr, J, move of any kind on the checkerboardjust 'Or ,..
or two on how to- put their second and $100 for'/'the third. For B. Massey of 3322" Clinton St., Minne. notify me and you won't have
money in 1908.Absolute individual farm 'exhibits, the premiums apolis, Minn., was tortured by sciati1 any trouble finding the chessman wIth
were $50 for the Brat, $35 for ca. The pain and suffering which he: A Saucer ofIcee.'Cream. the Huffaker colors on iL I'm no

purity, 'great strength and the second $25 :for the thir. and $15 endured during this ,time is beyond: I(bluffer and I, don't ws gh a thousand hot .1
delicious natural flavor have -made for the fourth,which h an addition of comprehension.-\<,)thng! gave him' tons: even in my own estimation, but with a red .
Blue one extra'premium: and ,$35 in cash. any permanent relief until he used,I when called upon I'in generally in the
Ribbon Vanilla famous.
and Lemon
V The' only change made in the rules Chamberlain's; Pain Balm. One application Did'you ever,get all tired ,out neighborhood.: ,. ,,-
for were, exhibits was, that, all farm of that ,liniment relieved: th(*I and drop in at ,a soda fountain Hoping, however, that ,you will exercise soreinhiss1omac1
products must be of-this yearns pro- pain and made sleep and rest possibly call for a saucer of ice cream some common Sense and fillyour '
JUST RECEIVED 100 GENUINE' duction. bottle has effected and have them serve you with a
and less than one I news and editorial columns by and
IMPORTED PANAMA HATS AT THE The secretary was;instructed to invite a permanent cure. If troubled with 1 something very cold but wholly informing: the people of Tampa as to .' A peculiar chemical in Stearns' Electric who Lava Rat
M. & o. CL.OTHINGSTORE; $3.50, to the cooperation of our owa I sciatica or rheumatism why not try I void of the flavor and smooth how they are being benefitted by that Roach Paste makes rats and in mice the stomach eaten when I
counties in the stats in of the ice cream you'd it feel like a red hot stove ;
WORTH other
: $5.00.White and all i a 25-cent bottle of Pain Balm and see Tampa Bay hotel deal, instead of at-
the accustomed to? The they eat >
for premiums
I been ,
i competition relieves
rt for yourself how quickly it cream'at tempting to reflect upon Brown and I, ? :
\ t Barber Shop !,offered- the pain. .For sale by all druggists. chances all. bat are it rather was not"ice ice compound" both of whom have never lost an opportunity 1 Stearns' Electric '

.. of aiding you, I am.
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for it omes to the dealer -
i'NEGRO ARRESTED WANTED BY IN CHIEF GEORGIA'SCHAD I In neat little square: packagesand : Yours for anything you want, Rat and Roach Paste .,
The white barbers formerly of 36 i I all he has to do is to "add\

1 8 S. Palafox St., are now located at No. The Liver'is \ >. :(Leonard Phillips, a negro, was arrested cold water, freeze and serve." they rush out of the house for water. In a few moments :
I E Government. St., next to Western by Chief of Police Schad I Our ice cream is made from Modern Morality.A h they are dead, and arc quickly dried up by "
, 1:!lion.; I I- seldom'healtb charged wIth being! a fugitive ,from the purest Jersey cream, crush quarter of a century ago the divorce .N this sure death to rats and mice. '

3 : YI justice from Ashburn Ga. The aithorlties ed fruit and the highest standard court stained the reputationof a ,1. Your money will be refunded -
: NOTICE. while CORFEE I I in the Georgia city have J of flavoring extracts. And who into contact withit. .+ y GUARANT E E if Stearns' 1.
. TVe that been notified" ofthe arrest and an that's the "cause whj", of the all came Electric Rat and Roach ',d .=
*e have wish no'to connection inform-the with public other ,i is the daily! .drink.. I officer is expected to arrive for PhIlips ;', popularity of our fountain and Now it causes them generally Paste does not do all that is claimed for it. f' '
.. any Doctors- reeogtmendPOSTUM to-day or Sunday. Phillips' *.? cream. only a little annoyance. "We are, :r T
toncern. not charged with a serious offense. -I I here" said a,25oMotel; tl29e21jl( times the qnatrtltygl )i1,00 :1
: THE JOHN WHITE STORE, v.. rail corespondents $ ,"nunktrt K twt ncrau,,.)aid M nutf if"w I. wSTEARNS' {

James A. White, Mgr. Charged With Larceny. I IIi [ din'I'I ELECTRIC PASTE CO. ?.. ,
Deputy Sheriff Martin has returned Kandy Kitchen i Cafe. able : CHICAGO ILL, U. S. A. 1 ;

JUST RECEIVED 100. GENUINE from Montgomery where_h! had .g"'njto ( caused general laughter because it :, ,:ft'i '

'IMPORTED' PANAMA HATs'AT THE "THERE 'A 'RE. ON: ." secure custody of Jack Wright. a Ii 104 S. Paiafox. Phone 999' was absolutely correct. London', ,- .';,

J I *. & ..50"ORTH negro. Wright js charged with grant Truth.
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larceny ., .
$5.00, -.-.. .- "
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} "YOUR .' THE >PENSACOLA:. JOURNAL, SATURDAY: 'M 'RN.f{ ,. _'MA f._ 26 _1908t. ,- .p -. .. -""

< ing to the right jf then:i and .to the:experiment in this direction has not; J There are many causes of nervousness but

left of them and 61 front of them fort: yet proceeded far enough to' allow 0J l T&7' O poor blood heads the Kst. The doctors can Great

liaJt! ittt :aiDla Jtmtna\ .WaYS and means to bring education In any deductions. It is believed, JnQ3t.however l\l />f ttnffC f it anemia. The! .corp scles. ,
r I the most comfortable and convenient that the results will be ; -4. Y W C/UWO. ,. At first opportunity, consult your doctor:
.... I masses. might l gratifying. Minnows the fish be- ,
manner- to the are him if be bas anyihing better for weak.
J.;' f some degree of'attention to.&Vessefi: :!i iii'& put'in the ponds"'there'and 8000 of. about taking Ayer's Sarsapinila. Ask take yer's sarsaparilla.Get ,
;0..-, in presetv {these J have ; placed inthree ness debility, nervousness..If he bas,tate It. :U note R duction
tia}' which is lacking' our ) already been .. W.p Ush. z.D.bt1'CO.. in
DAILY. WEEKLY.. ,SUNQ Y. system. .-.' : 1 I lakes' wblqLlt-is desired to"re, well that's what you' are after m;o,rmn!in" ',*s1l "r */. e n_"i.., IAa J.M"tEase *.-

After all, pUl lIc'edncitl nis tain-. V.r ; l, | :: 1 :;.

: PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING-EXCEPf J'MONDAY/ able only on "the'.yroftnds'of jUstiJl-t' A park t-'w3.ter would not bin ';, -
.1' njarie and economic Talue. It is: every sense pf jae word a park.: Yeti -- .
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fer .aY to tax the-few"to educate the many ,IT there 'are those :.who iron'-d be willingto -

&- the education administered produces'' sacrificed all the Audubon Park lac Ball Goods, Fishing Tackle.
a better and more valuable citizen,{!goons and the pleasures they afford if GlassosWe
who is a moral factor toward keeping the mosquito nuisance could be got.rid whether' you play ball .or go fishing' we canfit_, you out. Bats Eye
.1 the jails and poor houses empty and' cf. : 10 to 75 cents. Balls 10 cents to, $1.25. Masks So cents

FRANK L MAYES, President .and General Manager. a force unliftin's of huiinanity. i Around the sCr'een d'windows' of ".. '$175. Fishing Tackle of every d SeJiption-an. outfit for a

". I Otherwise public 'education houses in. the"Sixth D-strict for some quarter; half dollar, 75 cents or a dollar.

Is but the howl of the demagogue and I time past tie! mosquitoes hale in t-e
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. hasn't a leg to stand upon. But hawk evening; hovered in"swarms as th.xk QO 'S' :Bpok.toreF -
can it accomplish its legitimate pur. as bees's ekilR It new hive. trtrst ". I'. 2'.
pose unless it trains cultivates and it in r ne 2"35. 2'3 S eatl.falafax !
l'E SUBSCRIPTION RATES has also been discovered that
deylops the moral seasons well as the daytime thev favorite place for "I are now sellingHawkes'

One Year...................(&:00 One Month.*.;..*., .;. ..... .*5. the mental acumen?,' iWe these mpsquitoesfio hide is under ,the f ..
k. Six Mouths ............... 2 50 One Week...........< If(> fear the 'anarcllist--'in: the accepted : floors: of houses. Most res.denpes arex=
k Three Months....., .... 125 WeeklY Edition per year.U Of we
w.'th inclosuresand
meaning of the term-yet provided lattice work

# know the anarchist-it not without' this the large. cool, dark space beneath: PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY
aThe Only Ponaaco/a Newspaper From Which a Detailed mental training we! call educatioa; the lower o'f is aa ideal place for tde' ,
On the contrary, his mental facultiesare mosquito to sleep'in the day time. One

e f ', Circulation Statement Can. .00. Secured. usually well deyelpped;' it is the ut, .cn says ne receauy investigated''. .. .. Phone 570. 2.50 Eye Glasses
undeveloped moral sense: the untrained beneath the floortof: his' home /and!*
: sense of duty to the' social whola, found that"'t mosquitoes; hidden' Estimates cheerfully furnished on all classes of electrical

t Offices, 108 and 110 East I I Papers on Baleen Trains' I It that renders him dangerous. Seldom,;1 there were so numerous that when he ,work, We handle all.kinds of electrical, supplies. fort

Government. Phone 38. and ,at all News Stands.PENSACQLA. too is the swindler and the formidable molested them they swarmed up. and ..' ,
criminal: found; to bewithout present fa'rly took his .breath;'away. j
c --JI.' ...A. rr fAJ.QL- day education. Indeed it is his education -I Therefore it would seem another, 205 SOUTH BAYLEN STREET, $ 1.25

I'j that 'renders >him -formidabld.Therefore.we .I i I tier"worthy of. investigation Pensacola, Florida..
.. FLORIDA. SATURDAY.: IdOR 1NG M1AY 26."-i90 .. + -may.say..with truth that to destroy the mosquitoes beneath,the: ,
,!;., public education is not; measuring 'to. houses. If these could all be destroy, '- ;;

}- the perfect standard of its justification -ed there would in a short time doubtless -
& Mr; Bryan and ion for services rendered before any nor is it likely to meet this stan- be a very great diminution In tee aN1110101101911011/M 0161900011tP11101"ft4. + .
department of the government in dard the essential of .1
f any as long as prime number and penhaps in this way the '
*\. the Presidency matter in which the government is in duty and the moral sense is made so extermination so muea to ue 'u,,wj...- : '

r: The belief la becoming 'general that terested. conspicuously: secondary- to mental( would be greatly assisted., E LMEASRSK W. A D'Alembene
The specific against him was C ,
charge be
training as to virtually neglected '
'BAs' it is, there JS but little comfort .rOaDAODR ,
be theDemiooratic
|= (William Jennings Bryan will thathe received $500 per- month for entirely; i ii'
on the galleries 'Of unscreened -
} nominee for the presidency five months from the R':a'.to Grain and Druggist and Apothecary,
in the Sjcth District at tnis, f .

|*, cllnation In of 1908.Ms not to force because himself of any trying Securities-,to get'the Company postoffice of,, St department Louis for ,: EXTERMINATION time. f. REFRIGERATOR ,.'. ,. j; ,:, : 121 South, Palaf Street Pensacola, Fi! ,

to hold up a fraud order issued against :
| because the people, at I ---=
the party but that tpmpauy. .
| last coming to a full realization off He was convicted on'two counts; and : We. sell 'genuine' : odorless.. It is: healthful: -, thor 4e SAFES SAFES SAFES! SAFES I
the only
ability and statesman'I. sentenced to six months in jail and to *
his character
TOD'AY'S PARESThe : f oughly'santal'Y, the air circulation being such that theY Buy Diebold Safes,
pay a fine of $2,000 on one count and I i
I. hlp, win demand: that he again enter aIr' is used but once and'.butter and milk will not
to three months in jail and to pay a NEW ORLEANS MAY TRY PLAN same Scarritt Moreno, Agent.COffEE.
I the political field to battle for ther be contaminated when placed'in! same compartment ,with .
fine of $500 on the other count. He '- .
r rights of the masses. THAT PENSACOLA RECENTLY vegetables and meats. .
has fought the case hard but there cartoon printed in this Issue is Z
;- The Bryan of today Is far more doesn't seem to be a possibility for him ADO TED.. furnished by courtesy of the Florida 1 O

> powerful as a political factor than thef to be relieved of the sentence that has I Sun an illustrated weekly of cartoonand | Fourteen to Thirty-Five Dollars.. I It !r
f been imposed him. And: If he
Bryan of 189 and 1900, and it Is ex- upon comment printed in Jacksonville;
tremely doubtful If the Re-ptibllcan' isn't relieved of it he can never again FJa. This paper is brimful of 'good
hold an office under the government The New Orleans 'States says: things of ''interest to Florida 'people!" An elegant line of handsome boards: $15.00 to $65.00; :
t would
party could nominate a man who .That he' :will have to serve his sentence "WSiat are we going with the Cartoons from then; 'of A. K.'Taylor, Dining: Chairs 75'cents to $5.00. Matting 20 to 35 cents. We are the Pioneer
r be able to defeat hdm. Certainly Mr. and that he will lose his seat in mosquito-breeding lake in'the Audubon like the ona prcducted in th's issue: .

.f Fairbanks Secretary Taft or Secretary the senate is practically admitted. Park?" is the question that is agitating are a feature of The !Sun each' issue' i Coffee Roasters of

: Hoot could not do it, especially those who live near this beauti- containing a number of them. The. West Florida.iAdHUGHS .
HCoHHH-Hi ...:ta; ful park in the Sixth District: who are editorial is under the directionbf
riew.of the fact that the 0. O. P. barrel page I
at this time pestered with mosquitoes Mr. Claude L'Engle, who comments, MA S"'ON &. QUINA
win not be so well filled during ,
i* OF al
to a more than ordinary degree with a.bold.- freehand, on live Florida

t future campaigns as in the past when # 'PUBLIC 'EDUCATION", though they'are not the fever' spread'ng- topics, political'vand; 'general. TheSuii i 108/110 S. Palafox St. :Phone 148, Pensacola, Fla, : BLENDS
w the trusts insurance companies and i ., ----- species. v. is a 16-page; 4-column magazine .

.< other large interests were mulcted ## Memphis'CommerciaPAppeal' At*?I Dr. Kohnke points out in: his. letter and' compares: in point of literary ex ; ................................ 1...............:

to Dr. Warner, .in, answer to the one cellence .with the Saturday EveningPost
slush funds which
t to raise gigantic ,
e; $$- have Atria!
no equal.
which Dr Warner sent to Mayor Behr- Collier's; or Harper's WeeklyThe '
t expended lavishly to influencethe
were man and which the'mayor in turn 're- subscription price of The Sun> is;T' Embarrassing, will convince'the connoisseur
f voter or purchase votes direct We believe that every candidate for ferred to Dr. Kohnke.that such breed 12.00 a year $1.00 for six months, 50c f Propriety. I A funny story is going the roundsin
where such procedure was possible. 'governor, irrespective of party and ing places for mosquitoes cannot be for three months. Every Floridiansshould '"But why do you think you oughtto which the' chief actors were one that we

I With Fairbanks Root and Taft eliminated geographical location has somethingto reached for treatment unde any of take it and read it. Subscriptions be accompanied by a chaperon?" make extravagant
I I of the judges of the high court anda
from consideration the only say about public education. One the provisions.'of the special mosquIto can be made through this paper, "One"of. husbands is
ri : former .
and all offer to"d whatever may be In ordinance. or sent 1)rect--ro' The Sun Jacksonville : my" well known barrister.. During the claims.
f avilable presidential candidate in the his to further this :io 'be1 'there, replied the pretty of the left his
power cause, but Mayor Behrman.has asked Commissioner Fla. ( hearing a case judge
Republican party is Theodore Roosevelt as a usual thing all efforts are confined the 'grass Wldow.-Chicago Record-Her- :
Smith o? department of pu.brc' seat to look-for a law book and fora '- -
l: who although he. has repeatedly to sharpening the mental attributesof Works what, relief he can furnish. i How It "I ald. ..itOffering: :?: few".minutes was hidden by the Wholesale.. and RetailGR0CERS

expressed the determination to retire the pupils,else to making school Mr. Crusel has offered >;to., furnish oil Happens. .. '. Just as he
end surroundings comfortable and access for sprinkling carts to spread'over "What do you mean by saying the Proof.really screen. : disappeared
t at the of his present term' might fromyiew the.barrister hurned into
to-sehool houses easy. stagnant: pools, but 2s boats are usedon that our company causes grief 'to, She-:-And you think Agnes ,
to lamb
be induced offer himself as a Granting that these features are of the lagoons in the park it is of little children?" asked the street' married,him for his ? I court',and;. seeing the vacant chair,

t.. for the ,slaughter. !And slaughter' it prime importance, there yet remains course not very desirable that they railwat official. x e-.There: can't, money be doubt J remarked in a loud tone, with char- all kinds of Feed
would be ,Mr. Roosevelt's in a state of-posltive neglect themost; the disagreeable any ; ;
probably as ; Should be oiled, apart frOav .- ."W llanswered the if. acteristic testiness:
'irresponsi- him to
i" strongest claim to.popularity Is based essential attribute' of education. odor that would be caused. ble it's this Your'company about preferred me. "What! Is the' old fool gone to Stuffs.Pluto .
logician :
in its truest' sense education en- At Pensacola, where'the same condi- way. ,-Cleveland Plain'Dealer.They ,-
the-very things that Mr. Bryan luncheon
L upon Kghtens and.grains the will as well as tions with regard, to mosquitoesexist) bullies,-the conductor;,,the \
', has all along stood for. Roosevelt I the intellect, and develops the moral In as that in Audubon, Park, the' lakes conductor bullies the passenger, the Often Do. 1 To hiS, chagrin the judge poppedhis

using Mr. Bryan's well known con., man as well 'as the mental. tA mere where water is allowed to remain are passenger feels''indignant; and 'when "I wonder what sort of man that I head around the screen and Water

t Tictionsfor campaign thunder would gathering knowledge and establishing being stocked 'with,fresh water1' fish. he gets home: bullies his wife,. ndthere's lady',vith the past will capture?" with that, was childlike. and
.when it in the mind of the scholar either This is an experiment City' Health I bland, replied:
f. cut a sorry figure pitted against nothing left for her to dobut'to Undoubtedly she'll get a young
through the pounding of the' persuasive Officer Pierpont of that city and how i
"No he- has
the man who Has all along stood forIt with gon yet.-
the by.-Washing- future.-Lippincott'I
spank man a Retail
process, is not complete'educa.-he is succeeding can he. learned from : : Wholesale
the. very doctrines which the Republic tion. There should be the training him direct. It is understood that his ton Star. 'rt Magazine. I London; .Ti Bits.
It party was forced to finally adopt, of the individual to a sense of duty and .

( an upbuilding of character as well 1. for .. .
and upon which now bases Its '.r.: New Orleans Grocery*
'< dims for popularity. without. the'. accompaniment of moral > t i.. "' -Ii" ,
i duty mental;! sharpness becomes dan- :" ; : .."rs..'.: sL, :> f.1"I .,
f Bryan and Roosevelt are the ldgl- to society.Jr. ttL .. : ; ;
gerous ; :: ;
_. .
J cal candidates and, if both are nomlnated. -, Gustave LeBon a French thinker '' "if.L ..' .-' 't'.. "t" '. >'f.0'Y I Jas. McHugh ,

j; when,the smoke of battle clears and writer who ''has spent a life .}} ,_ : : :
: :
time'carefully :. Phone 105. Proprietor.
I aweyi..tiie gifted: Nebraskan will beEnclosed ; observing,and analyzing '
: public 'education. Insists that the '

Ir f, *(I Jon D.a Rockefeller victor. says" he now leaves ties education to."moral a high Mitch faculties degree trains"of to efficiencj mental;})e o ne'Pl1' facul-and \\/L/ v : ; ; : ; : 'i: "

?eels like a rich man We knew riot
tz. a public economy. and a <. :
", .
:' : :John would own up sooner or later.. I public*benefi, but only serves to develop ... ': .' ,
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swarm of..sharpers and thieves. : : .' ., r .
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It Renew of the This 4s: however the sort of education :, r ', i
administered ,.
in the public ,
I1 .Burton s Case ,of .pretty n arlyr" every civilized country ';: : : ,;II",-. .
r :-' < The case of Senator Burton of san- It feeds the mind but leaves dutyto .-. ',';;:; -- .
starve; it brightens the Intellect, l -i I + .--.; ..:-':- .-
: $as, convicted of crooked work in connection .
s but permit the moral sense to grow :; '
with the notorious RIalto dull; it develops.vanity but sacrifices ; .:,., > .'"
I { and Securities' of St. character There .- ;L'.... "
Grain Company, ; Is no pretense at ".- 111... .
i I Louis, is now before the Committee on i iI unfolding and cultivating, as Dr. Le \'..; o '\', '"': t, THE GREAT FOX
Bon puts it, "the latent initative! in '. .:
I y Privileges and Elections of the United : '- .
I men' -the ,education of a man for the '.' c ',. .,.. I Made in visible and invisible. Hal
States senate and will probably be reported man
state. ." :; I every:: point ofsmerit any
I to the senate from that body! Jfo doubt it was wise and right to :\ : ::1--: '.: I could desire. Light running, spwJ,

I : within the next Jew days. In this con.I separate state and church. Both art "", \ :. {, .. correctness and durability. Is gua'for:
benefltted by the divorce, but when / .. do the best class of work
! mection the following review of the .. '.:'. .."..;
.. rrpaiblug
i the doctrine :was applied to educat'.on' e i41 T.. "t. four years. All cleaning and
f ease, from The Savannah News is. interesting : 'c':. TV Fox
_.. the state failed to provide for that Jn- ".' : done free for two years.
" : ductlon of, morality which the chnrch.1 'i : has been tested and accepted i uy &''jn'

The senate has directed its Committee when In control of education, drilled! dreds of.thousands, aasbeing the bpij
1 on Privilege and Elections to into' the pupils with their letters and '6/ f machine. "Will be sent-on trial free

examine into the legal effect of the figures _, charge. Call on or write to

decision of the United States Supreme. It Is In this; particular that our system : "flU'

Court in the case of Senator Burton ol education is lacking and which / : 1 F. B. BRUCEPENSACOLA
of Kansas, and to report .as soon as has led'this.thoughtful'French philosopher S i

possible its recommendations as to. to declare that the education or / FLORIDA
what action; if any should be taken today "as a cure for social life is a .- ,

i ';,;" : by the senate. The Impression seem! fetich a sociological! will-o'-t.le.wbp." -- :---'

':;.' to be that the senator's seat will_be, declared -( While we are not prepared to adopt -'" >!II
L <;; vacant if in fact he isn't ex- this, extreme view, still there Is no fr

-I. use denying; that for years we have
.,' It. is possible, of course that no ao! been "sharpening" the mental capacities You'll Not

Lion whatever will be taken until it Isf, and neglecting to impress upon
; seen whether or not the Supreme the will of their possessors any con-
, Court will grant the senator a rehear ception of the obligation to use them, Be Ashamedof

ing. Sixty days were allowed by the'.justly: or morally or give any due
i i: court to make an application for that respect-to the authority of duty.
' Y purpose and there Is no doubt that, It The result we' astonish the world 7 ; Your Shirt
1 tl the senator's intention to bake such with 'our business smartness; but we :

an application. It is not considered are also astonishing ourselves because I t ? \\d if we had its laundenaf:
. probable however that It will be of indifference to duty and moral ob : l 1 iii. to do. We our as P*"1

; granted. 'But the application cannot ligations. .We can continue as we are < of our .handiwork as Loup

be heard before October: since the doin'g and develop a nation of sharpers .---- ... --, can possibly be of :>urT
::icoutt' will, adjourn in a few days until : just as we could educate only the 111 r .w"4 I -. nice linen. Let our wa 5-

a: t. the'October term. The' chances are'I' body and develop' beings little better 0 ; on call for your wad

therefore that no action will be taken than wild' animals. Neither the one ,

by ;the senate at this session. It is, nor the other nor' a combination of !.r, \ 1 :. '- I.! The Star Steam

: however regarded as a foregone con the two; is desirable. If we would 1 : '. ." '

. clusion that the court will refuse tka avoid this unhappy result public edu > .,-
< : + 1i ;; Laundry
application' and that Senator Burton dtonv must 'make place for developing ; '

J .will be forced out of the senate. the sense of 'duty to the social \ : > : ; t Sf eo Uardlll at. Phone 114.
He was convicted of violating the whole the moral sense-to. teach men : Pet\I& ol.. Fia
i 1w' which prohibits senators and rep. how::"ias well ,as' "to do." .

s rreseatatives from receiving compensa- Our public men then, who.are look "j IF WE MUST WAVE THEODORE L WE -HA THE CR0WN UA b' :.W'L, .. .. -.m


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: ;> > A YOUNG HINDOO GIRL 1 :.1

J'1eW'.Ydr jJarie via Bering Strait funnel ; ;, WHO WRITES POETRY 'f $h

-"T- .< Sarojini Naidu herewith reproduced 4 I i' ;.
"' 'AQ from a recent photograph is an East :l.

Indian young woman who has written 't .,
Vat Railway: Schcmee.Now In Contemplation a book of poems which are attracting ':i :{ 'i;
a good deal of attention in England. { t

i' She is a native Hindoo and began to it.. ,
: r.-t .
French it seems, are to be two continents could bo-'tunneled. He I for a double track. It,has been established : be' 'offered to exploit this alluring Time and experience have long ago complished. There must be some out- !,:t:,
THE with what must be found encouragement'in' Americafor that the bottom of the. strait is scheme. According to the latest and exploded the fallacy that Alaska's leading ..- let for the vast accumulations of capital ,' .
'to,be the .most stu .his ferry scheme,., i granite, so that there will be'nQ' dangerof !best authenticated reports, the far staples are icebergs and the aurora and those who possess It are readyto J'I{ 'f.V
pendous railroad scheme of the But when the tunnel was proposedseriously rock'slides or. of the roof caving In.. northern country'which would be traversed borealis.' The climate of the coast re- listen to suggestions which in former ';:
century. Visitors to the last Parts exposition 'American' engineers and M. d Lobel makes the digging;.,of the* by .the' new line Is fairly surfelted gion is so modified'by the'warm ocean years would have been thought iF.t.c' "
capitalists began to"ta.'ke an Interest currents that excellent crops of cereals chimerical. The very latest productof '' "
held in 1900, will remember
They had'seen 's me.of.the: marvelous and vegetables may be grown, in sufficient the promoteroftheseeminglyimpossible's : ..i1
'a certain ingenious panoramic railway subaqueous ecavattons that have been b r quantity, it" would seem, to sus- invention is the Cape Hornto ;tJ'J-1- '
excursion into Siberia. The illusionwas made In Tecent'years.t and they were tain any'population that is likely to assemble 'Cape of Good Hope railroad, scheme. ky f t-..'
almost perfect.,; One took passage not at all frightened tit the apparent there. The native grasses are This round the world trunk line is ( itl.t'. y
in a real Pullman, heard customary ,W ;.. 11 -.
and coal In / 11
I of ,.a superior duality, already more than half completed. + "
2'A Y'j
starting signals of bell and whistle and ;
was presently whirled away into an ,
apparent wilderness of ice and snow k i .'t.: i,,:,,':
which a little exercise of the Imagination r :;? t RAILWAY 1YtAU 'g '-::"i
might easily conver .into the bar- L 1- '** *r.ZZ (
ren .stretches of Siberia. y # ; Ir t I I H r iT
It was all very natural very enjoy- ;
able in midsummer and- very Gallic.It 'h-
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did not seem to be especially ab- \ Z j
surd or" even trivial in that environment .
The idea of a continuous passage {"
from Paris to Siberia might have 34SfTUr' *eiL '
Inspired derision J .Ui\.boulevards or I .'lfy 1 '{' I I : i01'li. :
on'.the bourse;;, but. within the exposition N I'hI L '.'i .'
inclosure"ft was never criticised. 9 TRAI ERMI G R;, d 1 r j :: .. 1 t' "'ii < ....
Again, at.thls .ln) $ tItime, and withno. ::1' }:

exposition in progress, we. are invited + t ,:J.. '.
-by'a Frenchman too-to be pa- y z '.... ,
tient Jus; a little.while and then to con. "" 4' 4' 8' /0o' i If' 1b' 1 14 / e 6. Q it i ,

UnU4 'our Pulknan trip through Siberiato jv r, i .,:
Kc ;Yosk. And.th13 time be it noted '
there is no attempt to. produce an illusion ;; "
M..Llocq de Lobel is the genius whois {'":i

responsible for the scheme. He has write verses at an early age. Some oi JO-1'i.:
been rather quiet about it, but he has PET \ eeo the poems in her book were written X.'
been devoting himself to the project eo before she was seventeen. An English J=
for several years. One of the chief ; ,aA io VI RIA tie kla? critic speaks of her imagerY Jj.;. :
preliminary dUSculties has been to secure j I "gusts of fragrance blown out of a 11.( ;
the Russian concession. The czar 111 : garden. t :
and his advisers have been uncertainas a i H'I .' .
to the outcome of the undertaking.It It& A Rffi I NEW FARRAR MEMORIAL 1
has taken them a good while to cometo ,, t I The beautiful medallion herewith 2t ;-.
a conclusion as to the advisability ofa !. pictured has been placed recently in r', :: "
railroad connection with the American f I the nave of Canterbury cathedral,, to 'f.
', : of Dean Farrar, the 'fa t .
ContinentMna11y. lTr$ j U t ,e Kam.. _..._ _.:rEF lg '.CC.KCdR. memory :J I';:
However. It has been determined -
that no especial harm can ,.. w.i NGKO1tC I
come from the union, and the czar 1lasteoelLfti'signtl '
a' ukase authorizing a '+ 1 { t n OF PROJECTED BERING T41"
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Ell' I
commission -
to be named by the Russia STKJITkJ. f 1.

raihj ay comnilssjoners: and the / -- I Adifficulty. !
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making of -
a ,
survey by the route pro- r \ t .
lUlled for tHe Capitalists are Interest d1n tf and surveys .
intercontinental road 'yJ.k
froa.-Wwtsk)( toBast cape, on Bering have been made. It Is to beginat U + / T : :
lea, M.. dettAbef has already made the tip of the South American continent f
; follow the of the Andes to
thi4u'raY iLa crest f
cost of J500.090, fur- N f .
nlhed.tlY.sPcaPIWlstB.. .ThissurFnench the isthmus of Panama, on through y 1.1 .w ) L< G ;
n,. .tlt tb company embraced Central America-anll Mextco,'into the .
United States and through Canada to .f. 'I
strip .
sixteen miles in wh th from
Irkutsk. a station: on the Transsiberian Alaska. Thence ft 1f to cross over to "\. \ ':!.r.."_', .,...... .J A"
road to Bering Asia by way of the ..Beringsea a tunnel 0 :'I '
set This 13 a distance 1
of 3.SOO miles and'includes some of the and on through Siberia and' central \..,.. ......-......-.. : ..
richest agricultural Asia to the Holy Land and Egypt ru_ w. .... ...
and! mining dis- ,.. '
tricts In'th..,erafrUe.: The French 'com- where it is tQ connect with the Cape to a.r a cnrrlw '-. q 1 I trew

pany asked for.this great body of land Cairo line projected by Cecil Rhodes. \ ._....+..aec.. '&: '; ;. sf. i
asa bonus to aid in the constructionof .- It"isestimated that it will tunnel an exceedingly, attractive\ possibility -; "f ..l. '''' .._ To do all this"would require esS'than only "it .-....-.. --... ...-..._....... '"-, '\" .t .:
the road The car, it appears, has cost $300,000,000 to make the tunnel He' declares -and there are .- d JV Za,, NAN r" half a billion dollars"rather: ry",1.Sw111- Rt <_' .
practically consented and little remains and the tSOO;m11e5' brfltway. It Is eminent engineers who .suppor him.- .. >>..;] FItSnINQ congress. appropriates every session t., '. 'X..I ,
to push on the work as rapidly as I i said that morf-t&a: halt of that eao** that there Is gold beneath the"+unnei ; _.' .7iiiJ: W<' : It took Transsiberian almost as much $o con- :',: J.. .
struct the line. Accord-
feasible, secured in America. ; -
sent maYbe route for
mous sufficient .t j pay' b.uOdlijg"lh5 ,
Of ,'B6 "mg. tratt ing to the pronloterswthd mony.for;. the .:.....;....;..:f, Y'.;:.:'" .'-::..' :'-; : ;' ::-!:r :"
course JT de Lobel is not the in The tunnel under & seems. road. It Is a fact: that men who )know .. .,..'.. .. ''' \Jt"1.. .- ,..
ventor of the scheme to tunnel Bering very for }idabJe'jLt} first thought but absolutely nothing about engineering with agricultural possibilities..' abundance has been 'located. With the undertaking has already been subscribed '
strait That has been discussed by viewed lit they Ught 6t< past achievements have been able' to dig fort ne8 a1mClt This Is especially the case In Siberia. ,, single exception of the Bering strait and so conservative: a man as
American engineers for the.past quar- In" the-"same line It Is entirely anywhere In Alaska.. This,Is especiallytrue .which Is rapidly\ developing Into the tunnel there Js no difficulty that has Andrew Carnegie has expressed' his belief mous English preacher and writer.
ter1'of a century.. It was not.M.. de Lo- possible. -tt-lansnljT'SWUr: as far as of the,region In. tfte! vlQlnXty! 2f the tnost promising wheat growing region not already'been overcome In the construction that the road will be, completec I II Dean Farrar: Will vicar of St. Marga-before ,
Is alSo stated that ret's and of Westminster A
within It a canon
bells ortgtr nallnteoU n. tunnel} When he tried first to Interest N. J.. or 'tram tM former city to Fire \o suppose that the tunnel engineers strip granted to the company by the and modern .progress does not stand Mr. Carnegie finance'ibe line from he was made dean of Canterbury _,I.,;.'
American men of capitaMn hIs project Island, in" the 'ba y;:It 'VQUld demand will find rich deposits "of,'gold, Russian government falls Into the aghast -over' the Contemplation of the New York to Buenos Ayres and that he ,
be. had In mind a ferry plan. It did rather less cAvation.than has been silver and platinum and perhaps i 'copper bSJQt actual settlers it will develop unn-- j has subscribe.4! J50.flOfl. ;tot a-BwHrni- With a population of only 3.31534 t":1;
trade of ,
aQt eeem to hlm-feasible that the thirty made for'lhetKew"YSrk: ( "subway JO and' other valuable metals- speedily into one of. tilt richest section" bty.tla de I3ak in g/ but there nary survey. Switzerland has a foreign clef :; -.
t lit& Kiles.fif water whichseparates the glte a Bering-' 'sfratttunnel- wide enough But t.hat'i not everything'that:mat of the empire. is eW prospect that it will, be ac- CARBOLIC: BECKWTTB" t400.009.009 a year. e .

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j I : desirable piece of property with 145 ft. frontage on E,
IN PENSACOLA.I Offering BROWN CO. Wright St., convenient to Union Depot, with two store

lots_in block 158, New City. ,. S. & buildings and a dwelling, upon sam .. .. .. .. .. .. .$11,500
These are beautiful lots for dwelling 25 beautiful lots, fronting both ,Baylen and Palafox streets on

Every public improvement in Pensa purposes. $ 700-.For-quick sale we can ,offer '4 ..-.r'..o th./1I1 ",v.v"c 4i00
In Real Estate ,
cola means a corresponding advance- Lota'1 to 5, block 148, New City, if lots 'In' bock! -132. New City, Large one-story'dwelling on DeVilliers street, near St.,

sold at once $115.00 per lot. south front; come quick if you with lot 50*180.. . ... . .. . . 3,350
ment in the value of .New City ,Tract, each 40x137: ., 800
4 800- to 22 block 65.
: 120 deep. One block' from cai Tract, $350.00. $S50 :-' eganl 2 story residence on Block 120.:.New' City: Tract, containing 20 lots convenient to

line. This.Is cheap. East Hilt fronting public square, East nil(street car'line, and also Bayou..3,0
Resident and Business
Property. $ 650-A block of 20 lots on East Hill, We have any number lots In good I large lot, modern, newly papered Two-story, dwelling-pn, : North Barcelona St., near Gregory. 2,500

each 40 by 137%. A chance to 'ccations in any partof town desired.' and 'p lnted. Northwest quarter! : ;.of block 60, West King Tract, containing six

with idle double your money. For particulars and prices appl, to $2500-7 room 2 story dwelling; con- lots..-.- .., .!.. .-.- ... . ... .. . . . 450
People money, or money 41000-A 4 room house, east'Roman, ven'ently located! near school Two cottages on West Zarra' ossa St., centrally. located and

earning less than 8 and 10 per cent, near Tarragona. This will ba and street car. good renters for the two. .. . .. . . .. . 1,250
business 520,000-(Splendid warehouse site 110 half dwelling at 331 East Intendencia St.,
should see our list of property. Nearly property.'I Large onMtory'a.nd. ; a, .
I I 700-""House and lot East Intenden x140 fronting 3 streets near -R lot-4n ....70. '.,' ..* .'. .. ... . .. .. .. .. .. . 1,200
every one are money makers. cia, lot 40 by 170. R. ad water front.

?1200-Two -houses East Government McDavid-Hyer Company, WANTED-For desirable customers HOOTON & WATSON.

street, each renting $7.00; year. Agents New York homes; prices between $1500. ( ,
ly rents $168; will pay 14 per and $3500. '
Life .
cent.i$2000For. insurance Company.S MONEY TO LOAN in large or small Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.

Pensacola Investment Company two blocks East Hill near E. Government Street amounts long and short time.,
bayou and on proposed exten. Phone 7CO. Pensacola Fla. t LIST your property with us for sale. i PHONE-54 No. 37 5. PALAFOX ST. P. O. BOX "L"

sion of car line. Will be worth
A. H. D'ALEMBERTE, City Manager. double when car line is extend:, 201-& Thiesen Bldg. Phone 918.,. r--" r I(
W. 8. KNOWLES, President R. B..SIMPSON Secretary. ed. For Farm Tur'entine or -. I ,- ., .. .:.. --
J.L STILLMAN! V..Prej. ul Gen. Manser.Rael KNOWLK BYER,-'Tremnr. $ 500-one block, East, Hill, north 01 Timber Lands ,
Stoddart's..41250Quarter : Board and Rooms FOR SALE
I Estate, Loans General Investments. block 200 feet front LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall : Will Double In

t Ing south by 137& deep, on IGtb. on or Address FURNISHED': ROOMS with or without i of real estate ' or

215 South Palafox Street Pensacola. Florida. Ave. on car line. A bargain; Turner & Aymard board. Central location 1 block' rent.All kind North Hill and East Hill vacant -

overlooks bayou. ., from postoffice. Mrs. .Mamie Cole, llGl' lots. Some very choice ones at

$1000-1 lots, one a corner, overlookIng Real Estate and Abstrat Co. W. Int nde ca St. 23may2wFOR *\ good bargains,, for homes or invest- Value Inside
bayou and :bay, near car P. 0. Box 115 DeFunlak Springs,Fla ment. -- -

lne.! A good home site RENT-one or two newly furnished .; One large lot on R. R- gopd factoryor
-" --' front rooms; southernexposure warehouse site. 'One water frontlet

ANY OF THE ABOVE' VACANTLOTS Wanted ; with privilege! of phone. Loca-: that a. purchaser, could make no
( ( OR BLOCKS YOU'WIII/L! GET ... t:on desirable and near business center -; mistake ta buy. One 40-acre farm ofaYear

12 16 Per Cent IN ON THE' "GROUND FLOOR"' WA'NTED-PosItion as. lumber marker ,, 422 W. Gregory. ISmaylw;antf one of 160 'acres both. near Pen
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(AND M1AKE! SOME MONEY. ASK'ANY or shipping clerk with good saw ; 1 sacola.:
: : MAN WHO HAS INVESTED IN FURNISHED ROO lS-'Centrany lo-! Four choice brick business houseson
:PROPERTY IN PENSACOLA'IN THE mill firm; sixteen year's experience. cated. Best rooms in the city; cool,'' Palafox St. for sale. Fine invest That is what a great deal of ral estate

U4ST TWO YEARS. AM), HE WILL: Address*Box 61, Paxton. Fla.2Va2t. clean beds. Apply 128% East Gov-I ment property. Few choice. ; offices 1 I in Pensacola is 'going to do and
TELL YOU TO BUY. ) some of it is in the following list
On Your Isn't eminent St. Imaylm for rent.
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Money I Turpentine men all get rich and 1
FOR RENT. OUR MOTTO:Honest weight and for Half block in New City, froirlnj

..5 loom house, near depot... .. ..12.50 honest dealings. California Evap- THREE. PLEASANT ROOMS to rent' hare good 'turpentine. business Calalonla! square. . . .$750
6 room house, near depot .... 16.00. with privilege of light house keeping .I' sale cheap. 15 crops boxes plenty
0 orated 'Peaches per 2 lbs.
loc pound 301 W. Chase. 3unr, round timber lease on which together Half block in East King Tract i'n
BadIsIt for 25c; Cal'fornia: Evaporated Prune I with boxes goQd seven years longer. settled neighborhood.$703(

? LESLIE E. BROOKSPhone lOc per Ibs., 3 Ibs. for 25c; fine London NICELY FURNISHED: ROOM for rent I Write or call and see schedule of One-fourth block on Toledo squarv

Layer Raisins 2 lbs. for 25c; He .nz Apple onNorth Hill car line; location I property.H. New City. .. .. . . .$300
Butter crock 40c. E. B. Hoff- desirable. Apply 208 W. i
per Gadsden
very .
[ 462 Fisher Building Lots on 11th and 12th avenuesN>w
The Investments we offer you here will bring you In that besides i man & Son, 57 E. Gregory St. Phone street. 2oaprll: T. CRAWFORD
City'at. '. . ... . .$200
the property will also increase in value. A good real estate Investment I 825. ISmaylm* '
Is the safest thing in the world. I PLEASANT place to board on North 315J4 Couth' Palafo* street.HOTELS. 200x132 feet on East Hl:'! r i1:

4 houses all in good condition on Nortfc "A" street renting for HE.LP WANTEDWANTED I WA.: T'ED-The public to know that Hill on carline.. Address No.8. I line ... .. . .$1250

$20. Five lots 'go with houses. A 13 per cent. investment. .$1800 the Pensacola Building Association care Journal 27mar Lots in East King Tract or W;,.'

One house No. 711 North "F" street lot 42x150 feet; rents for Practical turpentine has decided to follow the lead of the newspapers at five cents a bundleat King Tract f very cheap and on easy

?5.00 per month; house in good condition a 17 per cent. investment woodsman at once good salary for, progressive youn'g men who have estab- this office. They are all clean .nMS.flflJttLrJur W Wlr n i.S tWWrj1flflflr terms. Binproved: property in \\t--

. .. . .. ..'. .. .. .. 4' .. .. .. .. .$350 first class man. Apply Rose & Dasher 1 lished that modern and up-to-date and nice. $2.50 per King Tract netting 10 per cen1 on <,-
Three houses on East Romana street; all in good condition: and Point Washington Fla. 26may3t thoroughfare DeLuna street and that!' PARK HOTEL--Why. pay vestmentSee

good renters. Renting for $14 per month; 15 per cent. invest they are an up-to-date and modern day when you can 'get as good room In us in regard to Lake View Hay
Coolest place
ment. . . . .... .. .. .. .. .0 '0 .. .. .$1100 WANTED-'At once, good house. man. ,:firm; and have taken offices MiscellaneousiNOTiCB and bed for 50c. I Prettiest place :New
Four houses on North Hayne street with 12 lots; houses sold Apply at 619 N. Palafox. 20may at 210 DeLuna St., and are Pensacola and you can go out and get I en Texar in
from Bayou
to eat. One block City and on
under contract for $3200. bringing in $28 per month.$2800 ready to serve the public in -Having installed machinesfor what you want :!

One house and lot, No. 504 N. "G" street house new and in good WANTED-Girl to learn tailor trade. .:the building line. General contracting the manufacture of galvanizediron postoffice. 22may D. Hale Wilson & Co.

condition. Renting for $6 per month. .. ... . .. .. .$600 Apply at once to J. Weiland 132 E., and repair work a specialty plans'! cornice skylightS, cornice 'gut

Two houses on the southwest'corner of DeVilliers and Strong Intendencia St. 26maylw' and?specifications furnithed with estimates -ters, circular mouldings, etc., I am now,,:SUMMER B&ABDERS-Te: Hotel Phone 234 15 South Palafox

streets. Renting for $14 per month. Good renters and in good rePair on short notice. Jas. M. prepared to do sheet metal work of Hyatt is now open for spring and sum-

.. '.. .. .. . .. .... ... .4 .. ..e .. .. .. ....$1150 TEAMING WANTED We can give I i Johnson, Mgr., L. Redenback Asst. all kinds on short notice. !Satisfac- mer trade. People, who wish to rest
steady employment for twelve to i Mgr. -. 8may tion assured. Estimates cheerfully and build up the Hyatt Is the place. FOR RENTFOR
SOME NICE HOMES.Six fifteen logging teams. Short haul,1 r best and most up- ,
given on work in or outside the city. Hotel Hyatt Is the .flJU--UUVwW.-
good ground. Call on or write R. A. WANTED-Second hand furniture Chas B. Vetter, 18 W. Intendencia.]'to-date hotel north: of Atlanta; beautifully FOR SALE: OR RENT-A five rw-n
rooms and haU cottage on East Gadsden street, nice neigh & R. H. Bonifay, McDavid, Fla. bought and sold. Ring phone 754 Phone698. 25maylm located; plenty to eat; good cottage with (bath and *.*- N >I.

b rhood. gas bath. t ock from car line. . .. .. .. .$1800 24 may. or call at 112 S. Tarragona' St. H. C. spring water; cool nights; perfectlyhealthy 1107 E. Cervantes street '1 'Ok; *,;
North Hayne street, 7 room and hs> cottage. close rn. large lot, O'Hara. 2may SANTA ROSA-Pavilion, L. S.S.. offers ; no mosquitoes malady; ahomelike from street car. Apply] to H W.

every modern convenience good neighborhood. .. .. .$2500 WANTED-Unmarried' servant to stayon the best accommodation for place to rest: ; 87 miles Gibbs, care of Forbes Store.
ON LITTLE BAYOU. 5 room and hall cottage, lot. 100x140, front. premises. Wages $15.00 per'I SURETY ON BONDS-The American .bathing and recreation to be found on north of Atlanta,on L. and N. railroad.D. 26maylm.

ing on the water. House in fine condition.. .. .. .. .. ..... .,$1500 month. Apply 106 West Cervantes Surety Company of New York is. the Gulf of Mexico. Launch Leclair M. Hyatt,,Proprietor! Ellijay! Ga.
St. 22maylw I prepared to execute at this city without leaves city wharf daily at S:00 a. m. 19maylm.OLD FOR RENT-Very cheap, a d Jlgjfil,1'
delay Bonds and Undertakings required Phcne 659. Chas. H. Burton, Mgr.! location on 'bay shore, close to :-r-
Fisherville in the courts and for the
per 12may. _ tile car; bathing and fishing F ;,'>
$2.50 to $3.50; ,
formance of contracts.: Wm. D. Howe
$3.25; blind sash and door foreman I attorney, 14% E. Government St If .you will look around th---'h'ciuse. MILL INN. -On bay front. Opens place! for camping parties, with pei,'
Nice building lots on the water and the car line from $175 to $300 $4. All,'for Tampa; free transporta: 2maylm. you will find a lot of ways In which June 1. Large airy and de'.lghtful-! of house room. (Apply Fisher Rfu!

No dust here. Nice cool and pleasant. Lots in the MAXENT tions from any point; a year's' work I -- you can use old newspapers. You ly cbol. Good fishing, bathing and Estate Agency 206 Palafox St.
TRACT West of "C" also for sale. guaranteed. Boat sails from Mobile: WANTED.-rAlI kinds or electrical can buy: them in any quantity at this boating. First._ class table. On electric 2 may.

about Tuesday, 22nd Inst. Our fees $5 i I work. I sell all kinds of electrical offi e. They are put up in bundles, car line 15 min11tes'ride from city. -

The Car Line is Going to Colliding We Are Told per man. Also want for other places] I batteries and other electrical supplies. convenient to" carry and sold at five Regular boarders and transients. FOR RENT-Two story 8 room u-:.
sawyers, filers machinists engineers,I When you need me ring 345 or 955. cents per'bundle.MATTRESSES Terms reasonable. Address Old Mill I with gas, hot and cold water. on. a<,
millwrights bookkeepers and 'stenog E. W. Peake new Star Laundry building 1 Inn. Pensacola,-Fla. 4may other modern conveniences Ad.-' :: ,
If this is true here are 10 lots on North Baylen street for $2500 that : AND FURNITURE-
E. GardejL 15dec. 41 E. Chase street. ION'
Act quick. Those for T or apply :
raphers. m.
will bring $350 In a very short time. They'are beauties. Let us Mattresses made to order; old ones HOTEL-Clarkes-
take ;you out to see them. pa work better wire us, your expense. COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand renovated.. New ticks furnished. MOUNTAIN VIEW
yule Ga. Nestling among the mountains FOR RENT-Elegant two-stor f'dencA. -*.'
Co. Mobile Ala.
American Registry ; Cleaning Club, 212 N.DeVillersSt.
I. Second hand furniture bought and of North Georgia. An ideal pace! corner Strong and Spr ne>'-.
20maylw .. Mrs. T. J. Davis. Prop. Your Dat.
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR SALE. ronage solicited; satisfaction guaran. sold. Upholsterin'g and. repairing donE to rest. Scenery and climate unsure- Apply to C. H. Turner. ;>)1\:
114 E. Belmont city phone 771.
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WANTED-Men and boys wanted to Beautiful walks and drives.
teed. Careful attention given ladI II' Davis Mfg. Co. C. T. Davis, Mgr. passed. FOR "T-Jrwo' very aesdk', :
SPECIALTY I learn plumbing plastering, garments. Phone 1222. Stet 365 feet piazzas. Accessible to many stores on first floor of Ma.nJa'uihotel :
laying. Special offer life scholar. of interest No mosquitoes.
THE FISHER REAl ESTATE AGENCY ship fifty dollars easy ,payments: WANTED-We want your orders for TAILORING L. Diamond, Tailor. Excellent table. ISmaylm Corner Garden and Bay los;
position and union card guaranteed: '1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original Gents' clothing cleaned pressed and Just completed and arranged m first -

free catalogue. Coyne Bros. Trade I designs to select from. All repaired on short notice. No. 11% HOUSE-DeFunlak Springs.i class shape. For terms partiuiiai-
206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. PHONE I. Co. West Government St. Pensacola Fla. etc., apply Hooton & Watson 2Hpr!
Mayes Printing Pensacola.
Schools, New York, Chicago St. Louis.ISmayly. .J prices. Good beds, airy rooms, elegant
I I 16feb. Idee. meals; free bath and sample rooms.. FOR RENT After :May 1, furui'hei
L ---- sailmauer 716 traveling cottage at "All Bay." Address B WANTED-Everyone to know that WANTED.-Electric work of all kind. J. H. PORTER South Special attention to men.I
.'j j The Journal has nice clean old papers -I Let us ciean: your fans. rezair 'our Palafox street. Orders taken for Rates $2.00 per day. J. R. Brown, 815, Pensacola. 2 fipr

: for sale cheap. Only five cents dynamo do jour wiriag, etc. PaonJ tents,'awnings, camp stools and house Prop. IHOTEIJS I FOR RENT-Second story over Un-

r I' a bundle. 570. Pensacola Electric Co.. 2G5 S. I cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan. : I denstruth's jewelry store Sui'ai!
Baylen. SHIP CHANDLERS-McKmzle Oert- AND BOARDING HOUSES for offices, sleeping? quarters sur-
WANTED-A good nurse. Apply C. matting or
Before laying carpet or
I' H. Turner and ANTED.-The Mercaanti Transle ing & Co., wholesale and retail ship your ; age rooms. Lee Daniell. 24.,.f
A Home Savings : corner Strong Bay. chandlers and grocers only first-class buy a supply of old newspapersto
len Sts. 8may Co. wants your moving and hauling. It. Col'aj:*
T. B. Tnor- house of kind m city. FaIr prices to alL! put underneath and protect Only FOR RENT-8-room, 2-story
All breakage guaranteed. five cents a'bunde] 'at this office. 318 W. Belmont. Apply to Walker
WANTED-First-class narber for colored -
sen. Prop. Phone 978. ISJunelm.WANTED. MILTON .UPHOI TERlNG SHOP- II ApruJ}
INSURANCE trade. Ring 10101 ring or Willie: Mims, Proprietor. Furniture _
AND ARE PREPARED FOR THE EXPENSES OF SICKNESS call at Sylvester Campbell Store near .-Hauling ana transfer repairing of all kinds carpets FERRELL HOTEL-Sneads, Florida. I A. R. BINGHAM has storage room torrent

AND DEATH. dummy depot, Warrington Fla. work. Office phone 363; residence laid furniture packed for shipping 1 Rates $2.00per' day. Nice rooms,I II suitable for furniture or other

24 apri. phone 390. Acosta & White 22-28 N. Phone 63. Next to' Tampa Landing. good beds, table the best J. M. Fer-i goods 104 and 106 South Tarragona
Tarragona st. 25mar.WANTED. I St. Phone 630 SOn?'
I. 22April Prop. 17aprHJTEL _

AmericanLife Insurance CompanyIs I .-The public to know that CARRIAGES. repaired and repainted. I WANTED.-Real Estate for sale or
WANTED old newspapers can be bought at !I rent lease or exchange. Your business -
.. -jtjJ-tm nst Floats built to order. Horse shoe- VERNON-Rates $2 per day.
the straight life legal reserve this offiCe for five cents a bundle. They J. G. Welsh week. respectfully solicited. J. A. W'l'
only company organized In Florida. ing a specialty. CarriageCo. Special! rate by Special attention -i
WANTED position as cook In railroad are,all clean and nice. 27feb to traveling men. Free sample I son, Real Estate Agent 22& W GOT-
HOME OFFICE, TAMPA. CAPITAL STOCK} $500,000 camp or saw mill. Address NEW--UPRIGHT- ---- PIANO to exchangeor room. Mrs. ..- P. Mauldin. Prop.: ernment Street Room 7, Salisbury
"Cook," care Journal. 25rnay1wI REGULAR HACK LINE From Chip- building. Phone 172. zljanLOST
ENDOWMENT AND' LIFE POLICIES FROM lot on East HilL Address P. 15apr.
ISSUES $50 TO $10,000 ley making connections with mail
I WANTED-Your: stenographic work. 0. Box 201. 30marWANTED. launch for points on St. Andrews bay.

Pensacola Office: Brosnaham Bul/d/nz Pensacola Typewriter Exchange, .-A. R. Bingham want Extra: teams for traveling men. Good HOTEL SOUTHERN Open' all the

Wr! --- I 315& S. Palafox St. Phone 379. I- your moving and hauling. He guarantees \ horses comfortable vehicles. Call on year. Americas and uropean plan. __.rJwL flJttjjtfljjj.rnj- -

23may. all breakage. Fiona 630. or address J. C. Sinclair, ChipleyrFla.Telephone Special summer rates. First-class In LOST-A 'gold 4 leaf clover s'.lli Pn!

-- A..TED-To sell a lot of old papersat No 74. 28apr every respect. Pleasant and convenient -I with diamond in center; los: Taff-

FOR SALENew I WANTED-Board and room with prl 5c a bundle.' Apply at this of Mrs. T. L, Bowen. Prop., Pen day while on depot car. Rj ..''ri' '"'

FOR SALE vate bath by man and wife In private fice. They are all whole, clean and sacola Fla, I5apr I return to W. W. Richards, aco':re
I family. Address "M,"' P. O. Box house. 24mayjo\;
nice. to Loan.ww.r.rww.r.J.Ju'
eight: room house with hall,10th 835, City 23tmay4t* I THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy rooms,' '.
10 beautiful New "n.t--JSLW-- --i-i-i-j-M-Lruu *r:
Lve.and 16th St. This place has to be City block. J WANTED-To buy old gold and silver good beds. Free baths and sample LOST Gold filed watch and 1'1)1.
seen to be appreciated.$1750Lots Southern exPOs re Excellent view of W'A1\'TED-To: hear from some on broken up stuff regardless or MONEY. TO LOAN-Everybody borrows -I room. $2 per day Special! attention I gin works, 15 jewels. Ini,.1;' 3
New bajou and bay. A pretty site for a from Jno. A. Hall & fob J. C. P. number of ',: :1-; '
block 140 & money; cat
3 4 and 5, sizes. Cash paid. Llgntman Klein.
New En' R.
that wants a International! tc traveling men. J. Brown Prop,
City.. ... .e .. .. .. .. .. ..*600 home.. .. :. .. ?. ,o. .. .. ..$1800 cyclopedia cash or credit. J. B ,' 106 E. Wright Phone 1127. Co., .16 E. Government street. Wh JJ I DeFuniak S (itiP. ",la. 13marlm number of works 7548609 $," '" '' '
Blocks 125 and 126 Petterson Addition $450. Waddell, Box 618, phone 668. l-ii need call on us. 9feblm ward for return to Williani; ''e'
I A.1TED-All owners of poultry to JSm-! :*
six Jackson and DeViHers Sts.
water front. new room Buys one whole block of 20 lots 16may2w LOANED on all kinds
MONEY of -
on i -
for the per- -
I know that we are agents celebrated
.. $1,600 -Op.
house on same East HilL :\one better. as an investment I Conker's Poultry Remedies roil property on short notice. with ,>' ."
depot. Large and well lighted LOST-Gold meda
Tract.$2,600Lot square
Block 63. East King WANTED-The public to know that Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. nu
Guaranteed to cholera
7 to 14, inclusive, block 171, FOR RENT. we can do all kinds of repairing cure rupe Roma a., Phone 116 ifeb rooms. Free sample room. Meals at enamel on face and engrail
New City.., .. .. .. .. ... ...$1.600 float building horse shoeing, etc J gape and to kill fleas lice_and mites. all hours. .Special attention to traveling back. Reward for return Sol Cans *
Five room: cottage, East Gregory G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feS Also their wonderful egg producer." F. MONEY TO LEND-On good ies. I mer- 52.0&'per day. i M. Tug- CQ.'S sto're.ww' 1 imii,'

& S t.-_ .$8.00'C.R.YAEGER S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. 334.ISapr. tate security, '.or on good collateral: gle. Prop. ISmarlm
J.A. WILSON Co. .. at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks -

aged lady, position as house keeper! The' best meats will not cost you any! Fisher_building. 21Jan CHIPLEY HOTEL-Can Setterlind.! For Sale.a ._
: Real Estate Agents, in hotel private family l ,or boarding more than the poorest kind if you MONEY LOANED on all kinds oU per Prop. Special Attention to commercial ---- --
No. 202 Thelsen Bldg. Phone 686. house or to care for the tick, or young sonal property on short notice. travelera. Free, sample and bath FOR SALE-One fine mantel. fo:1n
buy at the right place. Vegetables!I, "
Room 7 !
: Salisbury Building, children. Address Mrs. H._J.. care of poultry beef pork etc. Gartland. & Terms easy. J. W. Bullard, upstairs rooms. Large room with good beds. bed (latest) sitting chair!: .-a": t tj

The Journal. SOmaylw* Zeliu-s cor. Baylen, and Intendencia. !S&! ,South'Palafox St., Phone 1144. $2 per day. 13marln rlage, dishes, cooking ute *
Found 1132. 24may ncTUNLiMiTED Apply 81C E. Jackson St. 2ma;; :
"- MATTRESSES RENOVATED New amount or money to ioan BAY HlTEL.-Open night and day. FOR SALE. LEASE OR T-

: L. Gladden Is no longer In our I FOUND-One black and tan dog. Own. tick furnished if desired. Guaran.! SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANT on all kinds of personal property, European plan.. Rooms light and Houses on water front at Li'tl'! BA'.

employ er may have same by applying at 43 teed. Crapet taken ,up and matting] ED-Highest price paid for ge tl' Special.'rates to business men on large clean. Transient trade solicited. you, near car I'ne. Good bargain-

HOOTON & WATN.flmaylw. I E. Gregory' and' paying, cost of this noL laid if desired. Leave orders at clothing only. Sell second hand goods. loans. The New York Loan Co., 204,% 575-579 S. Palafox, Ju. S. Nicola, Apply to Phillip Hannah, Little Ba.oJSiaaySw -
L tice. 25may Green & WaUon. Fhbna'191' 7mar Dress suits for rent 9 E. Intendencia South.Palafox. Prop. *



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Monrovia, Nor bk,;1A49. Aase, Hamburg .
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to order. Hi
Annie M. bk'-sch. 389,'Carter, Ha : Oak and pine wood in any size. All "- ,;! ::
OF LAND WITH FIVE TO vana. : I grades of for sale. I I '

0 'SEVEN YEAR TURPENTINE! : PRIV :' Belgium' ss 2267, Lee- located at Ocosta & Co.'a old stand. ,:'\ '1,

1' ILEGE, WHICH- ;.WILL, CUT AT- noers, Liverpool VESSELS' and London.PORT. i \ Private Wires N. Y., H. 0", and Chicago. !I 9E.. G. SEWELL & CO., /:I'f:


...- Steamships.Barendrecht COTTON STOCKS GRAIN PROVISIONS and BONDS| Phones 614 and 363. J : .
Save both by conferring with us ACRE. T.HS..F) P. 'BLE\Y: PENSA-- Naval Stores., \ Dutch ss 2092, Hock- I !
Rio Janiero.
then out to 'buy COLA FLA.
about some of the following: 26maylOt Savannah, Ga., May 25.-The' naval Exmoor, Br ss Storehouse. 2297, < | Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. : Florida and Alabama
Store N. DeVillier street, rentingfor 'stores market closed today as follows: Madiera to Hyer Bros. tL .l

J1SO per : .$1500 WIW. .. .. .. .' S. 480 to 4 85WG. Gracia Span' ss Ruts, 2122. Port "

House on North. "C"street., cheaplt. .,. ,' For Sale [ .. ..... '. .. ... 470 to 4 80 Tampa to Gulf Transit,Co. | Reference: First National! l and Peoples Baais, Phone 1173 j ; LAND COMPANYManufacturers .
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.\ $600 N.. .. ... .. .. .. .... -4 70 Ida Span ss 2267 Liverpool to S.
House on East Ara'gon street" only FOR SALE .. Large concert hall phon- II... ._ .". .. .... .' ..sfl .. .4: 65 P. Shotter & Co. ....... ......................................... of 11 t '

i:.$550' ograpk in first-class condition" cheap. K. .. .. 4. .. .. S. .. 4 65 Kirbwood Br ss 1952.& Tulloch, Rio and Dealers in 'fi 1, .:
9s"acres of good farming land a S. A. Friedman's Saloon, 331 So. Pala- I I. ,. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .....4 60 aYe Janeiro to Keyser. -LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN ff .

bargain at .$1000!, fox St. 24majFOft H.. .. .. .. <. .. .s .. ,. .4 55 Louise to :j'Ger. Schreyer.s3 1480, Bohndorf' Antwerp GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. !I ( '.

Four blocks In.W. King .Tract 0.. .. . ._ .. .... .. ....4 50 Teodora de Larrtnaga Br Car, :j "l.i ,
earn. .'. .... .$1000 s..ti.JE OR"TR1ADE-4ne Eclips F.'. .. .. ..' .. .. .. .. .. .. ..4: 50 roll, 2998, Manchester to Gulf Transit 1.
We have numerous other properties Gas Range in good condition. What B.. .. .. .. ..' ... Sr .o.'?. i.4 35 Company Professional Directory tl. :

listed with us and it would pay have you to offer. ? Address Stove D. .: .. .. .. .. S. .. St. ..4.00 "MONE-Y IN THE -- I

you t to consult us, before making your. care Journal. 24may3t* 'C.. .. -. .. .. .e .. :.:J80' BANK"I
;investment. : Spirits Turpentine 59!% cents. Ships. M. '
We are in receipt of. advices from WANTJBI: : >-To-sell a fine pet mocking 'Canara, ItL ship, 1495, Repetts, Genoa I T G YATES D lr
the fire insurance represented to Master. ,
bird one year old;. fine singer; AU8LEY" CO.'S REPORTS
"That all
losses in Cal.
by us Harvest Queen, Brit ship
conflagration will be 'promptly I state what you 'are willing to pay for Liverpool Cotton Market. Forsyth, OPTICIAN "
ifornia .
and that THEY WILL CON- such a bird. Address airs. Hattie' r1".. Rio Janiero to order.Nordstjernnen. is a sort of password to a man's reliability 306 THIESBV BUILDING lr/t ,';

paid TO FURNISH ABSOLUTElNDEIN1TY i Flournoy Lockhart. !Ala 23maylw Jan.-Fab...............................?.. 6.78 .Nor ship 1635. t t "-
TINTS AGAINST' LOSS r b.-Var............. ........ .'........... 6.74 Iraksen' La Guayra to W. S. Keyser in the business world. It gives: greater in- :i I.

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AS THEY HAVE DONE FOR FOR SALE-Lumber is now cheap at Kar.- pr11. ..... ...5.76 ....... dependence in thought and action, adding WM, b HOWE i: 1
FIRE : ,
April-May.............._._............... 503 'i
ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS. Joel Frater's lumber yard ..on Bay May-Jon................................... 6.98 Barks. snap and ginger to your movements. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW ; I.

Protect your home and 'business len street wharf. Get his prices and JunWily. .......................... .... (..S3JulyATifiut With deposit in the First:
against loss by fire by insuring with build you a; home before prices' ,advance ...................... .... ....6. 9aUi8epMmw Antigua, Nor bk' 1348, Ferguson your money on 141/a' EAST GOVERNMENT ST {1 '

115. which is sure to come.23maYlm. ........................ 6.60 New Orleans to A. Zelius. National you have the advantage of a big, ,
S ept-ember-Ootob.z..b\ .... .......... 8.80 Dharwar, Sweed bk., 1271 Olssen,
institution whose is
ESCHBIft REALTY, CO. ober-NovlUlber ..."...........:. ......1.73 Rio Janeiro to H. H. Boyer. strong policy to give I !l{

FOR &BALB-Palr spotted ponies I 5) :November-Decmber .......... ......... ..6.72 King Malcolm It bk Gufi, 1233,, Ge- the same careful'attention to the small. depositor I NOTICE :
204/2 S. Palafox Street. old } !Donkey DeomW-J&nury, ........ ..............5.72 r'.oa to Huges &; Co. "' "' ; -r '
Telephone 1052. years sound and. gentle.: Liverpool ,6i). Luisa ,Ital bk. 1591, Montano from as to the large one. : : I The Woolley Sanatorium the only institute t
and cart; just the thing for chil- Nolloth to master. : I, in the United States where the i11 '
General agents for State, for Home dren. ; ;
Life Insurance Co., of New York. mdle Hinman cheap&farm Becker horse, one gQod< New York Cotton Market. Lake Erie, ItL bk., 928 Efigan Bas. Opium, Cocaine and Whiskey habits .-
Century, Open High Low OloMJann som to Master. pan be cured without exposure, and \;' > : .

Fla. 23may &rr 1069 13.7S 10.89 10.71 Port Sonoclan Uruguay bk, 1112 with so much ease for the patient. Only c* j

For SaleFOR I May 11.30 11.40 1LS5 11.37 Ferres Montevideo to German American 30 days' time required. Describe _1 ;. -
FOR SAL-A round bottom boat, July 11.17 11.20 11.14 11.17 Lbr. Co.* your case and I will write you an. ''," :
I copper fastened ,16 ft, by 5 ft. 8 Attgrut 10.89 1095 10.68 10.92 Paalo Ital bk 1136 to what I accomplish ''* ,
Angelo opinion as can
SALE-A of Bezzo. ,
lot old newspapers.Put inches bead Apply to C. P. Gonzalez -Oo b.r.....,......10.84 1070 10.61 10.65
up in bundles convenient |or. BOhema: Fla. 23maylw. Deeejntw.......... 10,61 10.70 10.63 10.6S Precursore Ital bk, Schiaffino, 1508, FIRST NATIONAL DANK( for you. Ask your family physician -] '' i
carrvin'g. Only five cents per bundle.! l( .York Genoa to Rosasco Bros. to .investigate. Dr. B. M. Woolley, 104 'i t- : \. 1
e. Spoti. 11.00WKtat. '
Apply this office. | Rebecca Crowell. Am bk 491, Daw, N. Pryor Street. Atlanta Ga. :I
1 Porto Rico to J. I. Kelly & Co. 1 fi
FOR SALE.:.-:.500 good second hand choice Fancy Groceries, ring phone Open High Low OOM83M Bpero, Nor.: 'bk, 623 Bostig Las OF PENSACOLA, FLA.W r,, i, 1 "

barrels,suitable for salting and packing 718. Moyer on the square, cor. Government Jiay_.......S54 f6Ya 8l! 64 "Palmas l! t: i
fish and all other purposes. We and :Alcaniz.: 20 pounds standard Jly 83M 68% 83>f Sterling Nor: bk, Ellepsen! LabitaBay H.KHOWLM Pre.. W.K.HYER JR., V.-Pres. and Oa.\ier. DIRECTORY
hiu. repair and sell all kinds of second graulated sugar $1.00. Gophers, Corn. to order. T. W, BBIST: and W. N. ROBERTS Asst. Cashiers. .< .; I i
Open High Low 01.. DIRECTORS: -F. C. Brent W. A. Blount. W. H. Knowles, W. K. flyer Jr
chickens all kinds of vegetables. 0. 0. :1
No.6 F. ;
hand barrels. Vucovich CooperageCo. Joppa Lodge, ; ;
D. G. Brent.
........... 48 .J8
Kay. 47 .
.. 9 S. Alcaniz St. Phone 235; residence Prompt delivery. 23maylw a.1T-. ......4 .7 47. '473 7 Schooners. I Jojpa;: Lodge, No.6, 1. 0. 0. F., .
phone 591. 17maylm meets every Tuesday evening at 7:39 !
o. ___________ t> FOR SALE Good mule for sale. Les Annie M. Brit. schr., 397 Carter, o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall Belmont .. f I
CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton & New York Stock Market Iantos to J. A. Merritt & Co. h' '-
i,i I lie E. Brooks. SOmaylw -- and Baylen street. Visiting brethren I
Watson have just received a !arge Open don .Donna Christina, Am sen, McLeod.

.supply of the latest city maps,.showing FOR S'ALE-Wagon nearly new; 3- Copper.Southern..P&ctto.....................?. lCS K%% 108&68 165' CardenasS. G. HaskUlrAm*, sch 569 Staples City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds are cordially T.invited.H. FLEETWOOD, N. G. *i :j .I!
.ill; of the subdivisions. The
maps are inch tireS. Wlll'-sell for cash or on 4- 8. 1S6X 1tch. New York to Order. J. W. GINGLES, Sec j, t31jan6m.
official and down to date and I
are time. G. E. Bred cor. 9th Ave. and 8tf 89 "

mounted 'on heavy linen. Regular' 12th St. I 20maylw A.BB.B........................... 1 15 Denomination, $1,000.00 Each. I
price, J2.50; special price on lots of T..... 81 813a&o Given up to Die. Pensacola Lodge, No 3, K. of P. -

five or more to agents or real estate FOR SALE' Fine piece of land closeto ......::................ 1011 I08alib. B. Spiegel 1204 N. Virginia St., Dated., Jan. 1,1906. Maturing Jan., 1936. Redeemable?.1,1926. meets every Monday evening at 8 '. ;/

men. Hooton & Watson.. Smays city. Phone 285 or" call at 1102 ........................... 483C 4.6 Evansville In'4' : writes: "For over l' Interest Payable SemiAnnually.We o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall ; :

E. Ga.d den. I9maylw .1.! 62J4U.8 5.% five years I WiSs!f troubled with kidney over Von stable W. Intendencia St. > -
FOR SA -Large ice box, suitabator *
% 41
bladder "affections which brethren cordially welcomed.
grocery store or. market and U.B. preferred........:..... 10i5i ioR. and causedme Offer For Sale These Bones Subject to Visiting *
FOR SALE-Some good paying stockin much pain and worry. I lost flesh J. A. KIRKPATRICK, C. aH. -
i-oda fount with 20 syrup 28
All in 28
cups. bank. Will all, down HORSLER K. of R. & Sip. ,
western ,
goo1 condition. Will sell cheap or transfer for L.& K. 145 343% and was run and a year'ago Prior Sale, in Amount to ,
good property if location .is suitable. had to abandon 'work entirely. I had
exchange for other .property. 78H TTM.P
If interested address.. H.'. A. LEE: .. 9JH 94 three of the best physicians who did Suit Purchaser.
T. J Bucey, 1021 Ninth avenue.'maylm. Meetings of the -
Box 3, Pensacola Fla. 16may2w* : No Sale me no good an4 I was practically- "

&u.Pao...................... l a 1OON. en up to die.j. Foley's Kidney Cure Invited. Knights of Columbus
NOTICE TO CANDIDATESThosewishIng Correspondence are held at their hall .
Y.C 133 HO recommended and the first bottle
FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire to' make ,a successful run P.O .... .I.. No Sale and after No. S West Intend n' '
gave greatireliet. takingthe '
hogs; best of breeding. Ask for should supply themselves with hot cia street on every
a U9 i i 140HStP second bottle I was entirely cur- THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF r PENSACOLA
catalogue.: Carl Setterlind. Chipley tie of PLUTO. Now -is the season to .......................... IG9i 168JB.I. ed." For sale by W.. A. D'Alemberte. Monday evening at. :
Ha. 7:30
1 prepare your stomach and liver 28 18 '- ,c 1lt, o'clock. An invitation .:c
against all diseases. Pluto will do it. S. .-. 88H! 88 p' l is extended
FOR SALE OR RENT-Two' lighters; ; For sale by all druggists and grocers, T.O.L......._. 151% 152 BAKERCO.: VOTE PENSACOLA, FLA. to visiting Knights. -
one with capacity for 75 thousand ft.i; wholesale by Jas McHuga. Penu.... ..................... 133 133% : JOHN B. JONES ,
lumber, the other thirty thousand capacity. -, t7.P......... __ HO ; 1 I J. S. LEONARD' Grand Knight. '
Rates reasonable. Also two '- WAS THROWN our Recorder. : -
FOR SALE-Fine. pot flowers .
skiff: boats for sale cheap 22 ft. :
Apply 1408 E. Gad!?<1en St or phone: Ausley & Co.'s Dally Cotton Letter. No. 5603.C. .' -
5 ft beams. A.1
Telephone or write J. Daughters of Rebekah. :
853 6rlngs... Mrs. J. J, Rogers.
Chaffin & Co.. Milton. Fla. 25mar! New York ifay 25.-LJverpool beld W. LAMAR President. JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Cashier.M I Naomi Lodge. No. 10. Daughters of! -
ISmaylm.- strong thing morning closing'at the A special from Gainesville to the E, CLARK,Vice-President and Cashier. J. W. ANDREWS. Assistant Cashier. Rebekah meets every Monday night .,

ON THE HIGH LAND-East Hill electric high of the day whi spots were advanced Jacksonville Times-Union says: Hon. I at 8 o'clock in I. 0. 0. P hall. VisitIng : '

'car line, six lots 100 ft. front I\ FOR nation SALE-Fine in'the city for a'tourist; best hotel stt 5 points on sales of 10,000, J. M. Rivers from!, the candidate for State's THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK sisters cordially invited to. be present t
Attorney Eighth judicial circuit
ly 137& deep, corners $700, inside'lots bales. The situation on this side is ,
130 feet fronting south by 172 feet has returned from :
$600. There are no better situations practically unchanged although the: MRS. B R. WITKOVSKI, ;_
deep on East Government street, over. Baker where he has been OF PE\SACOL&, fLA. {
ounty, on
than these lots.! A V. Clubbs. tendency Bewns gradually towards' a1 MISS WILLIE KENDRICK. Sec. I, ;
looking Seville .square and Adams professional; business for the past DEPOSITORY OF' UNITED STATES.
JUST RECEIVED-Large shipment of1 street with' open- view of Penpacola higher level of values. The marketwas two or three days. .'

imported Olive Oil Retail by pint,' bay, 510,000 will buy dull and featureless. The whole Colonel Rivers de<\ires that the : ,CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first and ,>

gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso lapr. affair seems to be awaiting the 'gov. throwing out of the vote of Baker DIRECTORS. third Wednesday: evening at 7:30 p. L
&,Co, ship chandlers aao! grocers, 701 ernment report on June 4th. Heretofore county by the county ,executive committee m., Raltord Hall, No 10. West Intea- : -

South PalafOL 4oct. WANTED-To loan money on your we have in a measure been guag.! ,. on account irregularities in Henry L, Covington., Frank Reilly, F. E. Brawner, dencia street ;' ,

watches jewelry and' personal ef ing it by the weekly reports but th1sJ count- will make a difference in the J. rot. Pfeiffer, W. S, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar, A. G. FELL, Pres.J. .
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES Those fects. Highest cash' price for old gold season they have confined .the selvesi result 'between,,}lr. Fielding and himself Bryan Dunvvody, T. F. McGourin, J. R. Saunders, /1. SWEENEY. Sec. '

wishing to make a successful run' and silver.- Llghtman, &; .Klein, 106 E. to weather without touching upon the Mr. 'Fielding having only defeated A. M. Avery, W. ". Milton, 0. E. Maura, !
should! supply themselves with a bottle wright. Phone. 1127. II him by a few votes in accordance W. L. Cawthon, Dr.,W. J. Hannah, McKenzIe Oertlng
of PLUTO. Now is the crop.Not Pensacola Lodge No.4, I. 0. 0. F.
E. Clark.
season to C. M. Coington, M.
very long ago an opinion"on the with the count'of the u'istrict. Alex McGowin, Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. 0. 0. F. <,
prepare your stomach and liver FOR SALE-Nice, clean, old newspa- possibilities of a decline was considered :Mr. Rivers was seen"Tuesday and ,
against all diseases. Pluto will do it. I Safety deposit boxes for rent at $2.00! 3.00 and $5.00 the year. Private department meets every ThursSarventer at 7:33; .-
pers.All whole and'useful at homeor against this section of the was perfectly willing to discuss the
For sale by all druggists and treason ] I in connection for the convenience of customers. at the new hall on Belmont and Bayle" \
grocers, in your store. Only five cents per country. The consequence "vras that situation. l I streets. Visiting brethren '
wholesale by Jas McHugh. bundle. the south contributed to bring! about I '"1 have been to (Baker county" he. Four per cent interest Paid on Time 'Deposits. iavited. E. GREENBLATT, ,

FOR SALE. 'nd I the very thing she sought :to avert said, "and find that four precincts of I J. NEVILLE. Secretary. ;.
-Improved and unimproved : FOR SALE-Second h 25 H. P That is we had to sell annually two' that county-Sanderson, Macclcnny. t.,

property In all parts of the city.J. boiler. Will, sell cheap. Apply to the one we had grown and the Glen St. Mary and Johnsonville-give .
Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents, New Method Laundry. ISApri one crops we had ought. Now our people I, Calhoun 65, Fielding 162. and Rivers W. 0. \V. -
Rooin 1, Salisbury building. Phone aj 123. There are 'two other precincts Live Oak Camp No.1. W. !'J. W, '
learned that the market is not
"2. 23jia|i SIR KNIGHTS,,.ATTENTION I I one have sided affair and that 'it "as Profit.: Olustee and Baxter, that it has been L mLTONGRERJ,PRESIDES T.S. WRliLBB, VlOJ-PBlglMW7. meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd .; -
,CASHIEB.!: MANSFIELD MORENO.A J'.0481UD Wednesdays in each month.
.r' Regular conclave oCoeurj impossible t9 hear from definitely B.M. BD8HKFUi Visiting
FOR SALE-Three able to sell a high priced article as to
yoke of and
oxen De Lion CoindanderjvNumber but the vote in thos* two precincts National Bank sovereigns cordially invited.F. .
log. cart good team in buy a low priced one. Citizens "
; good condi-[ 1 cannot change the result. A. BOGHICH C. C.
'ion and working every day. Price ,! Efforts to coerce prices by efforts "T e result from all counties in ,r of Pensacola rlorlda.DREcrORs. LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.
S30o Call Knights Templar a control the supply are about as'fu ,
on or write J. A. Chaffin & to this district circuit including the ..
(Co., Milton. Fla. 29aprlm 7;30 'o'clock Monday tile as would be an attempt' to corner four precincts or to which I haTe referred W.Wright Morris Bear. T.E. Welles. Biz M. Robinson. L. Hilton Own. ..
night, May 2Sth. Sojourning GM. .
v- the egg market by the free purchase of '
in Baker county show that
S'ALE-Lady's saddle, extra eggs. You must first gpt.control of received 1,320 SUMMER "
Calhoun Fielding 1263. '
good: ; fine Shepherd qO'g; also courteoously invital. the hens which are the source of'sup Rivers 1,314 votes, which means that and

hrand new Century Encyclopedia and vHARRY ply and not"of their product"whlel waj :Mr. Calhoun and myself must run in
.1* ...
Dictionary. Address 1102 East Gads-. J W. GIBBS, I spoil on ;your hands. the second race." -.--- -- CONVENTION RATES
den St., or phone 285. 9may, EC howlers have brought the .f
Calamity 1
Rivers did furnish .
Mr. not
t W. HENRY NEBDKAM, Recorder. Round trip summer excursions .from '
.bolt weevil to the front rather, early. the information it is known that the

H SALE P. engine.---22 foot W. gasoline A. Brunet launch, War 5 This absence would of actual apparently cause of iAdicate.cbmplain the vote authorities was thrown in Baker out by county the proper who il .rr, cA.Et'ur: db CC). Jo. ,r all northwest points east from to June Pacific 1 to September coast and ."' '* -

:T-nson.: 20maylw Si. Andrews mtmWboleiftle and SeUU De l.r ia 15, with special stop-over privileges, :
Pensacola and and that the crop thus far Is apparently claim the grossest irregularities in '
FOR SALE-Nice. clean old newspapers 'good. making the count In certain pre /" Steam, Domestic, Anthracite good returning to October 31, 1906.N. 1

ft five cents a bundle. This of. Gulf Steamship Go The crop outcome is wholly prob-- cincts. and Blacksmith C 0 A L E. A. meeting at Los Angeles, I

fice.AUTOMOBILES.l'. lematical. We can only deal with the July 913. ,
Palafox street.
Office:-No. 43 South Telephone 93.
STEAMER TARPON. present and Jeavesthe future tbvcare Elks meeting at Denver Colo., July -
Not If as Rich as Rockefeller.
Gonzalez itreets.
am agent for, the. corner Tarragona and Phones 6 ana 372i
Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos We C. BARROW, Maitar, for its n. We think the. safer policy If you had all the weath of Rockefeller Yard ",>. Arrniuimu-W.ia&j&imauK>i vUMKaH) *3m. 1621. I

from $500.00 up. They cost less than FIRST-CIAS: PASSENGER AND to accept the outlook at Us:face. value. ',the Standard Oil ma'gnate' you Summer rates to Colorado June 1 .
disaster before
forces to keep up. They can be run FREIGHT, SERVICE. rather than prognosticate Quld,not buy a better medicine for to September 30. :

In eand or anywhere a horse can go. -etwt-; "there is,any indicating 'cause. bowel complaint than Chamberlain'sColic -J--- I---- ,,,._111 Hotel Men's Convention, Portland, .
-Leslie E. Brooks. PENSACOLA. MOBiL ; XAPALACH| A prominent New York firm having .Chol ra and Diarrhoea Remedy. Ore. June 25-28.

}'Oft COLA. CARRABELLC! ; ST. AN. co-respondents in every section of The most eminent physician can not We. Furnish Everything That Enters Use the splendid through service .
S'AJ.F-'ren new and second MILLVILLE. the belt place the acreage of ,,19Q6-<) .
prescribe a better preparation for colic of the Southern Pacific from New Or. :
flz second<*. best hand makes office safes. different And all point* .it St. Andrew Bay, at 27,887,000 acres, an increase of 887.- and diarrhoea, both tar childrenand Into the Construction of a Building, leans; Union Pacific from Kansas -
Ecarritt at bargain prices. carrabslle. $ and'' 'Apala\ hJcoIL 000 over last year or about 3 per cent. adults. The uniform success of City or Chicago. :.

tent! St Moreno office East Govern- SCHEDULE o.' They place the condition! of. the grow. this remedy has shown it to be su From.Foundation to Shingles. Through Pullman tourist cars"from ,
24marPoRxrEA Supdat 8:30 j
Leave PeLsacoU. -5 lug crop on May the 15th at.82.4.- I periorto all others. It never fails, Washington Atlanta, Montgomery .g-l

: fine piece of water. a.- for MobiIe.All. "I and when reduced with water End etc., and from St. Louis and Chicago .
front property 50 feet front on West! Leave' Pensacola. Tuesday 8:30 p. Sore Nipples. i sweetened, Is.pleasant to take. Every It will be to your pecuniary interest to get our prices to California. f

w: Shore at the foot of Clubbs street,'m for St.Carrabelle Andrews and, MWviile intl -mediate, Aptlacvnicola. A. cure may be effected by applyingChamberlain's I' family should ,be supplied with it on" lumber cement paints, varnish hardware, etc.Saunders Write me for literature and infor r;I
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vji I !; a 4 room house, front and back '. Salve as soon asthe Sold by all druggist. mation. !ll;
: !.fry; has a nice wharf about 250 ooints. child'Is done 'nursing. Wipe It .off 4. ,
.laforaiaJoa' J. F. VAN RENSSELAER,,
l6* long water'Iron additional: apply t with a soft ,cloth before allowing .the .
running out to deep
: J. R. SAUNDRRS.a Company General Agent,
100 ;
> the front nurse. Manytrained nurses ,
gate. For a' few days' .
Prijldent.n. Peachtree St. Oa.R .
124 Atlanta
this AT THE
it will be uJered use salve with the best resulti IMPORTED
at $1500
Casi. [ Frt. and Pass. Ajt- Price 25 cents M.O.- CLOTHING STORE Phone 717., 21 East Garden Street. O. BEAN. T. P. A. :
I Apply to Jos. I. Johnson at1, Pensacql-.'J'lL I per box. :Sold, "by all ; $3.50)) 4b G.W.ELYT.P..A.
Friedman & Co.'s store. 5may WORTH $5.00. wThr- -w ,



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THE peNSrfdot'A. JOURNAL. SATURDAY, MORNING, .M.A.Y 2.6, IV 8 .' ; _

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Men's SPORTS -A CIOICODRINBTON Words. ofPr ise.From I '

Rain had an inning 'in the SoutheIn :
league yesterday and 'won' battles Ia :Prominent Doctor
every eastern city in the circuit, except FILES STRON .

Montgomery. > In the Alabama

I Summer city known to fandom. as Sleepyville, ANTICQ'ANJJROW Mrs. Dr. n. T. Pierce, of
but on the map as Montgomery, th '

)Climbers and 'Little ,Rock' tangled up, "- Woburn, flass., whose un
and Mullaney's gang was the, victors CUPECD SHRUIII QIIAlnt sins PROTEST T[ T
by a score of 7 to 6. 15 CENTS.EACH CLUETT ; FOR JS CEJT, '* : % !* biased opinion is based on

Ishirts The rain gave the players of the ciutrr PEABOOY,m "c.iu*.d.CO...IR,i : results of
other six rest 4' the years of experience
teams a chance to up I A -= ------ 1 :
after the long jumps from 'the west] L .I \ as a medical .

era cities, 'and today'when the bugle. I" -.. Claims flection In 'V0hsia! Co .- practitioner
I If you want solid comfort sounds, calling the gladiators into action '_ .- ..L : unhesitatinglycommends I I I
all shoud! be in good condi- ; : ..
i just drop in and see our tion. : Was Conducted:[ Manner ). (V >-/ '.- .'.-: s and prescribes
DO y'GU1have : .s y .
handsome'' line of
'. negligees In the National league Chicago by V.- ,% S %,
Pure Halt
-Percalee, Madras, the victory over Boston ann! the defeat Prejudiciarto'Him. .. --' c Duffy's Whiskeyfor
Soft WhIte Stuffs and the Louis S :: 7 ::
of New York by St. regained 't all cases requiring
:regulation white dress. first place. St. 'Louis proveda I I any trouble with : : a pure

< We've studied the shirt surprise to McGraw and his gang iCE FEAT ED Ig tonic stimulant and health i
busines3 a long time and of rowdies'from the metropolis of the CANDIDATE FOR :: ; '
we believe we have the nation. YOUR FEET ? STATE SENATE WILL MAKE builder. !
best assortment ever seen The worm turned In Boston yester
in West Florida Our day. After losing twenty s.raight FIGHT BEFORE STATE COM- : .. Dr. Pierce recently celebrated i ic
Shirt prices range from games (the world's< record) Boston if you do, there is BO necessity for it., -. ?;
50 cents to $2.50, with an succeeded in break\ng'the ice and annexing when you can get the only original MJTTEE TO HAVE PRIMARY her 86th birthday, in !

Fine unusual lot offering Ties, all at kinds$1.00., victim and a victory.th9 -:Beane"aters Chicago WAS shut the out BUNION LAST ELECTION DECLARED. VOID. '< .. the best.: health, surround. !

10 cents to $1.50. I the Windy City Crew. With warm. WILL-ABI'DE' BY- RESULT. 1 ed by a host of friends and !
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weather the old ,timers( on .the. Boston Shoe
atmy store that will make you
team mIght get together and !
feel comfortable just to look at, and !a relatives.. i
win a few games, if Dineen, Young, .. <
and Wlntar pitchers are in condi- dream of paradise when yoU'put .them Special To The Journal. .: :: k
on, and only $3.00 and $3.50 per pair. z.4:; In referring to Duffy's the !

tion.! :: ..' All the latest shapes' in Snow, Flor- DeL nd, May 2'5--'To-da's issue ot -t4.S -: -:- -..--:. ;'::
j The John White The D Land News I : : k # dear old doctor writes :
sheim and King Quality Shoes"at from says: % 4' ..' -
SiAN DING AND RESULTS fS.OO to $6.00, guaranteed to fit the The county Democratic Executive -+, .. .. ., ,., : &'.\ :-:- -.s?.4 1 have used Duffy Pure Malt WhIskey! I
; foot and the purse; one trial. and I Committee met in DeLand Friday afternoon .. )Y% cv 3!: for
In practice many years find !
my it
Phone know and of 1 'V .
Store Southern League. you'll come again.Jos. canvassed the returns .. .. most beneficial in sIckness, and especlaBj
the primary election. The only material -. .. 1 g-
Won Lost Pct. ,
225. 'C 1 ;y where the system has been run down and t
Shreveport ? 00' ..23 9 719 change in the result from the v <; : weakened by the infirmities ot age. At the
New Orleans .. .. ..22 10 681 table published in the News last j-
it to
205.207 S. COLEMAN present time I am giving a number a!
PAALFOX ST. Memphis .,. .. ..' .20 12 606 veek was in cutting Mr. Sam's mi- old people, and it is the very best invigora.

Birmingham .. .. .19 1814 jorlty 6 votes In the Daytona precinct .:.:.v/: tor, health-giver and tonic-stimulant I on
Atlanta .:: .. ... ., .. .17 17 600 212 S. Palafox $t. making the senatorial. vote: I ::- 'find for them. Please send me six more b<(.

Montgomery ..' .13 21 382 .. 6ams . . ...... .. . 642 .. tles.-Mrs. Dr. M. T. Pierce, %3 Montvfc
Nashville .... 12 24 333 Codrington . ; ; .. ." 596 ...''- Ave., Woburn :Mass., November 29, IS*.
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Little Rock 9 24 273 -
VICTOR SAFES ? Sam's majority; t. . 46 .. MRS..BR..Ml T. PIERCES .
Yesterday's Results. Ul [ESTATE.TRAN T *Mr. Codrington entered protest to :

Montgomery 7; Littla Rock 6. the canvassing of the .:vote' on several Duffy's Pure' Malt Whiskey
: Atlanta-Shreveport, rain. grounds, in substance a s follows; -
!This safe awarded the
was Nashville-Memphis' rain.Birminghamew Synopsis of Protest., -, More than 4,000 old people state that the!,
; grand prize at the is the most invigorator for the aged, and the iafegu .rd of the y ims. leading physicians, ?,-
: : Orleans, rain. :perfect Is prescribed
(1) That It
(World's Fair and although T N SFRS[[ Codrington, on April 26, I rugged health and sturdy oldage are due to its regular:and judicious workers use. th country over as the best medicine and sura
inexpensive, it is 1906, protested to Chairman Thayerand ommended by ministers of the Gospel and Indorsed by--temperance, bronchitis colds sore throat malaria, low
South Atlantic League. Secretary Perkins of the-County preventive of disease. Duffy's cures consumption, pneumonia grip bowel and stomach trouble. It aids dlge t on, indnanfevers ::
; the best safe made. Won Lost Pet ',? Committee. against the appointment ,. dyspepsia., indigestion constipation and every form 11lood."* lung quickens the heart's action. tones up and improves the
Augusta ., .. 23 10 697 <" of four sound and wholesome sleep, enriches poor and Impoverished; strengtb., by going to the source of the disease, killing the
,partisan inspectors in the normal nea'in-n
; We Keep Them in Stock Macon .. ,'. ,*.I' .16 16 500 Following ,Is a list' of ,.th9'-deeds re New Smyrna Precinct, No. 10, of Vo- poisonous circulation.germs and brings and driving the body them back from to tb body. It 1"$.the only'r whiskey' recognized as a medicine. and contains no fusel

1 S Jacksonville .. .16 16 500 corded yesterday reported by the lusia county; that such protest, made oil. Tills is a guarantee. -.. pi. malt WhUkeTbe pre you get the genuine. It's Ibe
: and Charleston. 00 ... 16 17 485 Pensacola Abstract Co.: : !Jn writing, was acknowledged by the CATJTION-Whenyoiiftskyoatdrsgitwt Ot grocer for' Sg.55laeTetabuMu $'I bottlei Look lot the trade mart,
can give you just :- medicinal whiskey and Is cc Id la sealed .
.. . only absolutel pure DoCt0t'&diC .4 mtC.lCal kleUItc.
Columbia 16 17 485 ubrokeu.
said Thayer on April 27. ana'' that wake the oe&1 on'the cork
what you want or if we Maxent Land Co. to Thos. -Peibley, : he "Old Chemist,"CD the Il1bel and :sure
Savannah .. . .14 19 424 : ,
haven't what said committee refused to request.oneof Duffy Halt W1l1iike: Co.,Rochester H. Y.THE -
got want
you lots 13 and 14, block 152 Maxent Pit,
L we can order it for you the inspectors to resign and let a LEWIS BEAR COMPANY, Distributers.
and Yesterday's Results. $305. fair impartial man be selected in his
a money. Dropus Jacksonville 7; Savannah 5. ,1C. W. Lamar to Ja.s W. Andrews, place; that one of tha inspectors!: of ..
Charleston 4; Macon 4.AugustaColumbia trustee said! precinct, who served at said illiterate voters it, in -.., = -
that portion of lot 9, Old City, or corrupt on J-T- -------

; Wm. Johnson & Son, Inc. -, rain. fronting 80 ft. on S.: 'side lof Govern a primary.resident election of Hobe in'Sound said precinct, Dade coun-, 'is rotation Besides, the the rest above of many the day.minor matters Jolntt-'nsurance forMan I

National League. ment by 50 ft. on E. side -pf Tarragona .>:- ty, being postmaster' and express were discussed at the meetingof

: Incorporated. Won Lost Pc'. St., $1 and other considerations.% "agent at said Hobs Sound; that there : the! committee, which refused to I ,-
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13 666
Chicago are 272
; persons registered on the
H. J. Parrish to Henry 'Gray NE' act on1 the! protest one way or another i I and .Wifefor
% .
New York 00 .. ..23 13 657 took of the New Smyrna precinct, )but declarea! the nominee receiving
*#*#*#*#*##*##*# #* Pittsburg .. .. .. .21 13 618 of the NE%, Sec. 14, T. 5 N., of R 31 while the town of N eWi.smyrna '-has t majority. of the votes as J.per tab I I

( 'it Philadelphia .. ... .22 16 579 W. 40 -A.. |400.. t, 'J'I tat 750 .citizens, counting men, ulated statement made from the returns but little more than a straight premium. (We will write a
; PIANOS AND ORGANS. i St. Louis ... eo' .. .17 .19 472 J. W. Hyer to Johnson- l. lot' ;women and children; .that the pri- .of the, party. I joint palter on husband and wife, amount named to be paid
1 CASH OR EASY TERMS. ;4 Cincinnati .. .. .. :15. 22 405 Cooper nary election in .said precinct was Appeals to State Comm' ftee. I' i $. All Piano Work Guaranteed. '" Boston .. ..'.. .... .13 21 382 5 and S& of lot 6, block'',112, East not cona'ucted' in a fair" just and impartial Mr. Codrington will before: i has"never failed 'to promptly perform every contract

: SiCLUTTER & RUSHING, Brooklyn .. .. o.- ..10 27 270 IKiag Tract, E. of R. ;&:,_$ and other ,manntr. the State Committee when appear'n} meets I'I
I 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. considerations.v",. .if I (2) That-the official ballot as printed '
in Jacksonville this (Friday) morning Insurances flrn Gen'i Agrs
I). PHONE 476. : Yesterday's Results. Pensacola Land & Improvement f by the County Committee, did not and will :fight for thg throwing out Knowles
Philadelphia 3; Cincinnati 1. A. A| Fisher, lots 7 toM2: Inclusive give the friends of the said Codling of the entire.primary election in the .1 Fire, Life. UI U. Pensacola

10, St Louis 4; New York 3. in block 143, New: City Tract.,: ton an equal opportilnttyuto vote for'' the throwing out of the D- '- f,-' Pittsburg 2; Brooklyn 0. $100 and other considerations.: him, inasmuch as tbexname: of the Land and New /Smyrna precincts, and!
Chicago 2; Boston 1. Neal Bowen said Codrington was printed too
to 'Thos. Price, commencing that justice be done, which has hot

i Have Your Clothes American-League. 14, 'Sec at 33 the, T.NE 6,cor.N. of of SW4 R. .SO'of W S. Close older-to member the: head-line' of -the tto arty allow to find the been Codrington done .In this Will county.Abide Results.M t.-: ....H$.4......'.......4.....*................*...M.

Won Lost Pet. thence W. his name, especially on",a dark, rainy *fc NEJ.A.OOx..A.
Philadelphia .- .. ... .22 10 681 1040. thence S. 208 ft., clay; that the name otathe said Cod Codrington will abide by the
.. .. ... thence E. 1040 ft., thence N. 208 ft. to decision of the State Committee. I' j Iron Works Supply Co. iI I
: Cleaned Cleveland .21 11 656 of .. .... rington !was the only name so printd and
andPressed point beginning, 5 A., $150
1 New York 00 .18 13 581 ?n said 'official" ballot, all other the committee. dscies that Mr. Sams I
Detroit . .' .. .17 15 531 Trustees of Florida State Confer. names being printed in>a legible, distinct has been legally, justly, ana' fairly 0 'Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, !
St. Louis . .. ., .17 16 &16 ence of Universalist Church to A. G.: manner; that no.printer in the tominated, he will have nothing fur t FORGINGS, MILL AND. STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP f
tf I Chicago .' .. .15 17 469 :Stewart, lot 22, block 90, West King state of !Florida'would print the name ther to say and will not be a candi-- J REPAIRS! A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention: given to all orders, |
Washington 00 .. 13 19 40S Tract, '$35. of said Codrington .in. uch manner date in the general election in November I + day or sifht Agents',for James McKay & Co.'s lebrated Log and .

Boston .. .. .. .. 9 25 265 fll. E. Clark, administrator to C. W.: unless instructed to do so, to the : if the State Committee Timber Dogs, also chains of all descriptions. Office phone 123. Resi t
I, at Pensacola Lamar that portion of lot 9, Old City,I prejudice of the said! Codrington. throws out the entire primary election 1 dence phone 1029. P. 0. Box 12S. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. |
Dying, Cleaning -' Yesterday's Results. fronting 80 feet on S..side 'of Govern: I ((3)) That the practice ballot used' and orders a just and fairprimary .....................o... ... .............

: and Pressing Club, Panama / Cleveland Washington;" 0. ment St. by 50 ft. on the E. "'side of by th organization is an exact facsimile held, Mr. Codrington will be
I Philadelphia 6; St. Louis 2. Tarragona St., 5250. of the official ballot, being a .candjd te before such primary: ; if
. { hats cleaned and blocked New York 15; Dstrolt 5. Wm. H. Knowles to J, W. Bullock, printed in such manner that illiter- the State ,Committee decides that he. ,
I i Boston 3; Chicago 0. Jr., lots 14, 15 and 16, block 94, New ate voters could use the practice is tiie legal candidate, duly nominated i WANTED !
City Tract, $750. 'ballot in marking the official' ballot; ,*Mr; Codrington will run in the .

), Do Not be Imposed Upon. W. M. Edwards to A. A. Fisher,lots that said practice ballots were kept general ejection in November. .

Reese & Mendel Foley &. Co., Chicago, originated 6 to 10, inclusive, in block 37, New bidden from the friends of the said Same Will Be a Candidate.! Wanted-By a man in ill health "any old kind" of life

, Honey and Tar. as a throat and lung City Tract, $1 and other constdera-: Codrington, all remedy, and on account of the great tions. '. the partisan friends of the said stand Mr. Sams wilt take, but has insurance that willofferprotection to his family after his death,

1 11 PALAFOX merit and popularity of Foley's Honey T. GI| Stinson to A. A. Fisher,. lot Bams .to take into the booths, from been informed by several parties which will occur oon. Address "Procrastinator Aroundthe
'and Tar many imitations are offeredfor 228, block 30, Old City $1000 -?.ai ld which to mark their official ballots. that Mr. Sams has said that he will ,
,i- the genuine. These worthless im. other considerations. ., -. (U) That when the pells wer be a. candidate, in November election? ; Corner. ,
i itations have similar sounding names. T. J. Busey to W. -A. Boyett, begin- opened in the DeLand precinct, ,in that he doesn't! give a- d- what thel I
Beware of them. The genuine Foley's ning at the SE cor. of the SW%' <>f the morning, Mr. J. F. Alldis, one,.of State Committee does or says, and Take policy in the Union Central Life while you can
Honey and Tar Is, in yellow pack the :NEH of Sec. 6, .'L5 N..of R. 30 the inspectors, requested that two of that nothing but death will keep him -
Ask for It and refuse : the inspectors be allowed to place from being'candidate.[ B. S. WILLIAMS
; age. any sub- W., thence N. 243 yards thence W. General
, : There's Alwaysa stitute. It is the best remedy forcoughs 278 yards, thence ''S. 243 yards,1 their initials on the stub of the official ,Mr. Codrington went to Jacksonville Agent.NEW' .
ballot; that such request was afternoon.and.. will
and colds. For sale yesterday
by W. A. thence.278% yards to point of .
D'Alemberte. begin' voted down by ,ths three other Inspectors telegraph thli*News tha :tiction' of.the -
14 A.
ning, $400.
acting for Mr. Sams; that stats 'Democratic Executive".. Com
Place for Mr. Alldis then began to write out a mitt 'e. ,
protest to this; that "then the motion .
HATS AT THE M. & 0. CLOTHING .......................... was reconsidered that Mr. AIldis was I CONVENT COMMENCEMENT ,
STORE $3.50
WORTH $5.00.
: .'., allowed to placehis name on the
Serge Suit official ballot; that, during th after* EXERCISES NEXT WEDNESDAYThe PHONE 1186 .E.. W. LAWRENCE: :, Prop. No.8 WEST ROMANAST

noon, one Peter Smith, a partisan of :
I : i I I I the said Sams, accompanied by his commencement school will exercises be held ofIheConvent' ......... ............................ ......
J DeFUNIAKSpecial j son, Harry Smith, also a partisan of: atj ,
in aMan's NothingBut i the saia' Sams, entered the polling the opera house Wednesday evening I
place; that both of the Smiths were May 30'at:'7-o'clock. The Sisters of i I GAS ,DOES EVERYTHING THAT i
i : given official ballots to vote; that :Mercy and members of the graduatingclass .
they retired to a window within 'the are.making preparation to.makel

To The Journal. THE VERya.ST! polling place, back of the booths, bered.the affair' .one. long io be remem, f' OTHER FUELS WILL DO i
DeFuniak :Springs, May 25.-Wednesday and were marking: their ballots fc ,
night Mr. Curry Drake and gether. when they were directed 'by Invitations have been issued for thai .
Summer Miss Ola Prescott! were marrid: at : ofEverything. i ii the said Inspector Alldis to retire to commence ment and those who attend i: and more-and does it with :
,;;: the bride's home by the Rev.. North- the booths to mark their ballots; are promi d' a treat in literary find :
i that the said Harry Smith did mark other..,.lines: .
j t Cdtt.At a meeting of the West Flcrida his ballot, did return it to the inspec- The members of the '06 graduating I I I ,. .tess, Cost Less Labor !
Wardrobe. I ,
(Fair Association Tuesday, the date of i : tors, did deposit in within the ballot class :ar8 -Miss Maggie Mae Hatton, ,
...' 'the next county fair wa3 fixed for box and then lgft the polling place; liiiss Maggie }IclIugll.II&1! Louisa I -, i-:, .' -:. Less Time Better Results f f.if
Oct 21st., to Nov 3rd. Clean, heavy clipped White f that Pteter Smith did present to the Biebiffhauser, Miss Eva Gonzalez, t ,
During the rain and wind storm : Oats. !! inspectors a practice ballot! an exact Miss Leona de la Rua. '
J\ dressiness Just the to proper it not to amount be entirely oft Monday afternoon, _several tree.1 were J No. 2 White Corn, pure .Bran lac-simile of the official ballot, and I I I'ci'id :_ f. :1i for other: reason than that of economy, i
offer to such practice ballot ----- -
blown down in the north of \ and Shorts vote -
part -
[ negligee and it's as cool as I : \ / you should-cook with
t:t suit one can wear. town. A small house belonging toLMr. i Chick Feed, consisting of 20 ; that the inspectors took away Whiskey, : and Beer Habit. i gas. :
.... any N. H. Smith was also blown ove* articles for the rapid and from the said Peter Smith such practice '
Our Suits are made of serge ballot, and that"" he then returned Nearly.every t and Mrs. Smith, her son and aunt + healthy growth of the newly J I Pensacola Gas Company i
It:! selected with care and knowledge 'were hurt, though not seriously. hatched. to the booth to mark' the official good about: Or'rine. the only guaran-
that guarantees its quality. ballot given him by the inspectors -i teed :cure-for ,the whiskey and ber
It Glen Beach hurt Wheat and ,
Wednesday r Mixed
was t
feed for !
; The ability of the tailors who 'morning by the breaking of one of i the hen. ; that the said 'Smith: then offered babl;:' The .o'therdaya lady told us Phone.)14Q.! 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. i

Jt make our'Clothing shows at Its the belts In the mill. Condition Powders for. horse, again to vole anef/w practice bal- that 'aj perso'riln. .. whom she is greatly t.......'.. ..... $. ., .....................................
best in these plain, dark fabrics! lot, marked for each, and.every one
For the past year or two. some cow, and poultry. : interested .has discontinued drinking .
: i and there's oceans of summer persons have been giving poison togs Conkey's Celebrated Poultry i of the' organization candidates; that I since using Cfrrine. This treatment 0.----

It comfort in them. and/ many valuable animals : Remedies, taupe,. cure, ,choleya the inspectors again took away the does "not detain the user from 4wot'k : .COLaOCOESLS

have been lost in'this way. At a + cure,,gape'cure and lice kilI r. .+ practice ballot from the sai d! Smith and is' simp'e remedy; easy' to use Agood8da-prjoyioc, . .00..... ... *".7"... ... "C; .OO
meeting of the citizens: last Fjiday : If you live in town telephone and he returned to the booth and so sure 'to cure drunkards and A good .8-day.ParlQr Clock with alarm ..3'00:

i::' _______ night, $150 was raised to be used to ; us. but failed to find the official ballot stop,::the fearful craving for .drinking, 8-day Mission ClocXs,. |?.75 .to. . . .. .. ... .. .. . . '$5.0"
.F.... help convJct any person who gives.or < > If in.neighlboriffj.towns-write i given him; thattanies W. Perkins that we'sell it'under an absolute guar- Repairing reasonable prices..
and other of Mr.
::1l tries to give, 'any''pol !l to any J to us. Earns then partisan rushed Into friends the booth to ante| to'refund. the money if it does .' J.. ". DAVIS/JEWELER, at Coe's Book Store _

W I H, 0. ANSON (dog.Wednesday H.' H. Dreyer evening entertained, 'Mr. and party Mrs.of -I :i. find Smith produce the; that the official they ballot ballot failed that given to the finoS the J said said and not given Orrine cure.secretly fsJIil'two:and No.forms 2 ;for No.those 1 to who be : '.-..........-....-....-...-..........................-.....;.-., ................-W'..............-...-...........-. .-.....-.......-.-........-...-.....-...-....'.!"'- ..,...-...-................................-....-......................................................-................................--............. -=--

"Elliot young] people who has"in honor been; of spending Miss Edna the .I'F.. S.MELLENCO.. Smith then turned'his pockets inside wish .tobe eured. Each form costs FLY AND jj
; $1.00 both are guaranteed. We MOSQUITO
jL' I CASH CLOTHIER (winter here with her aunt Mrs. Eaton : cut, searched himself thoroughly before
and returns home next Monday. : Phone 334. the Inspectors, but failed "to locate would ,not"recommend it if we had notassured.ourselves

:ti ; J.- i the official ballot .given him by of Its great value. Put in your own. We have. common size in stock.Phonell. ;
; ,tmr "lllollod Main GENUINE IMPORTED' PANAMA 4 f.I 'P saCQIa. Fla,'%, said inspectors; that it ,was possiblefor Mail :orders -filled. The"Orrine .
i the .Washington C. White's -
the partisan friends of said :1D: or.: -
.Ji HATS AT'-THE M. &: CLOTHING : !Sams ,to have '' )bteStteajVpossession of macy 106 .Palafox St., .. CO"I : H. G. DeSILVA & COy -
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