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 27, 1906
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


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

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... '. By. Asociated'pies& road commission and exclaimed, "No ACCUSED 1
IMPRESSIONProduced : Washington, May -'Congressman wonder W.,.J. Bryan "was licked in his : ,
CAN GOVERNMENT. Lamar, of Florida; reterted-to the rate I own county and" precinct You can't CONCERNSPensacola N [ t.i I

bill in"the house today by saying the I lick the republican party. reinforcedby d
(Hepburn bill, with 'the senate amend. : the railroads. W. D. C. the ,Local : '
By Associated Press i general 'Isidore Jiminez, former president : ments was delusion and a snare.'Wien 11 (Mr. Lamar said he voted for the I .Kesler .IS f:'1 ,:t
P by Reading of Govern Cape Haytlt,May 26.-News reached : of Santo Domingo. They have it comes" he said, "to leav Hepburn bill ;;because it was the best Citizen Indicted.

here by messenger today( that. the been Joined by partisans! 'of Morales, ing out the question .of classification,l he could get.: The,only' way the demo ; :j I
ments Reply to House. SauJtQ.: ) Domingo revolutionists' com, the' predecessor-of Cacerez as president it will be found that" a' great wrong! ocrats could win' was' to convince lumber Co. and W. S.: .' ;;

manded by Maurico.. Jiminez} attacked of Santo, Domingo. has been done shippers and consum Americans' sincere,
they were honest
killed Guayoin General, in Mongo Santo, commander Domingo, and of'! ammunition schooner sailed'loaded recently with arms from and ers." fearless to do the'right .and' be brave Keyser & Co. tQ' Con NITEJDI STATES GRAND WRY SIT lt1; :;

GOVERNMENT OF CZAR FIRM IN the town, then fled into the interi r.l) Fort Thomas with orders to land on He found that Nebraska had no rail-i I to face every danger. solidate.TWO I TING AT NASHVILLE RETURNS i
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Telegraphic the coast of Santo Domingo
been cut off)1) the revolutionists,! and the uprising indicates ,that the I I '"
-SOLUTION: OF AGRARIAN who have taken up arms, in behalf ofj schooner has filled orders. FOUR DROWNED, BIG STRIKE AT \ SOUTHERN' FERTILIZER ;: \1

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INEVITABLE.By Associated'Press., .; ,t ..
THE COMMITTEE Manila, May 26iant.. Wi H. ''Odessa;'.May 26.-A. strike includingall The federal grand Jury sitting at : :
Tnompson and two,. >jrjrales> of'the seamen, engineers and stokers of COLLARS-STOCKHOLDERS,I .,
Associated Press eighth cavalry and one jef the >,con. all Russian companies, extending to Nashville, Tenn;, returned about,eigHty f1 1 i, :

_fif.. Petersburg., _Mar__ _2fi._0-_PremierGoremykin's _____, tabulary, with five .'horses, were I Crimean and Caucasian ports, is paralyzing WILL SOON MEET. indictments against fertilizer man* ;.;,.t f I 1
speech conveying to the 1 drowned yesterday "ta: the, Lingayan all Black Sea; traffic.:Althoughthe facturers in southern states. The ..In : f
Body Declines to Review Action of:! river: by a capsized/ yboafc, The I avow a:! object U* economical it dictments have six counts and allege : 'j "i
lower house. of parliament) the reply PRESS river was swollen: byrecent; storms. has political factors.This, city is consolidation the Pensacola '
of the government in answer to the Such :YE1TERANJ Two of the boles: were recovered. occupied by two thousand'troops.COLUMBIA I Lumber The Company and of the W S. Key-([that the defendants are In combination 1;,.L ,

reply of the house to the speech from 'County Committees in! The'troops were on practice march. J ser & Company which has been underway And violating the anti-trust laws or l4'the 'f :

the throne, was! delivered to-day to Matters. for some time was actually con government and the Merman ;')-. .
the house. It pronounced a vivid Impression I I! CORNELL WINSCHAMPIONSHIP SAILS summated yesterday. Tae: : consolidation antitrust law. :1'i ,

that conflict with the government HAS 5 PiSSED[ ;t., trill become effective about June Local interest has been aroused-by b f

is Inevitable. C. 0. CODRINGTON WITHDREW t I FOR T".EJ ISTHMUS 1, and it is understood that- the combined the action of the United States grand '' .t'': (--; ,
win be capitalliedat
jury, inasmuch as a Pensacola man'' ; :
To the !demands of. the house the ", ,
HIS. PROTEST, WITHOUT. HEARING $500,000. and firm are among those against 1; ,
reply is almost a complete negative. By Associated Press, The two concerns are exporters of whom indictments: were returned. i;y 1 t !
It reiterated the statement that gen -TEST MADE: :" IN CASE OF J.' ALY .' By Associated Prest Washington May 26.The cruiser lumber and are among the largest con- William D'C. Kessler, secretary and h ''r i
(Boston! 26.The'athletic I
May 1 ,
oral! amnesty wa& impossible, but G. McGIFFINCANDiDATE FOR : ) 'of Cornell University representatives today Columbia sailed to-day: from Guantanamo corns of the kind In 'the south. The treasurer of the Goulding Fertilizer t.. i '
: that ;Pensacolawill .
consolidation means
with fourt'ihundred 'marines and the ;
Company Fertilizer
promised the release;; as rapidly as .I -. won for the second time, the i I Goulding t
SENATE' FROM NASSAU' ; : inter-collegiate championship, scoringa aboard bound or Colon. I be able to boast of another gigantic -Company of Florida were indicted.Accused t, .
possible of those arrested by administrative J I corporation a half' million dol-

order. The question of I II I I Col. J. D. McDaniel) for 36 :Tears was: total second of 38.with.. points''25;.-Harvard Pennsylvania third, f lars capital When seen yesterday" Not Advised.Mr. Kessler f r. ',: -

abolition the upper house declared I 21 15. Other colleges PARTS OF RUSSIA I When the .consolidation actually was not fully advised concerning the '' ,
impossible as .the institution was cavtred The Jacksonville Times-Union: of ; Yale/fourth I takes business from I
I .an Associated,Press Cones' came in the follo.wiftj: .ordsr; Syra place the export findings of the federal grand jury in ?;.
by a fundamental law and was Saturday..published- following relative : cuse with"eleven- ; Amherst with ARE REVOLT this port will undoubtedly increase, Nashville. !He stated that he knew '

beyond'the important jurisdiction of all of the parliamentMost premier to the meeting'of, the State I' pondent Died Jesferday y yI seven; Princeton .witq; ,five; Swart- .; especially in the,lumber trade.meeting nothing of the matter, only what he x-'. i '..
Executive Committee .In Jacksonville I more with four; Dartmouth with k. of the Pensacola' LumberCoajsany had read in the papers wherein he ;.- !! ...
declared the, basis for 'a solution of
.. three and Steven and -Lafayette two stockholders, directors and and the Goulding Fertilizer Company i :
the I I ; :
day previous Press.St.
the$grarian problem proposed by the on '- By. Associated
By.Associated .Press. each."i:- j oi5a&,and the.W. S.Keyser & Com had been, indicted. BIr. Kessler said .
lower house completely Impossible. .He (Precedent prevailed at the meetingof Petersburg, :Mar 26.- Grave news f f
.. will be held when the old:
New Orleans, May 26.--iColonel: \ J. B.McDaniel pany son that he had received no official notl-! f '
promised, however, distribution of .the. StateDemocratic, ( has been received from the provinces; '
some of the state domain outlined a, carnmittee.yesterday and the protests for .thirty-six years"corres at-I PREP RE ) :,rOD where:it i Is,reported'there: is an alann- companies. will be will dissolved be elected.and These a newset.of'directors I :fixation of the, action of the federal ;v.: *'

broad program for popular education pled with the: *nimitte'e.iagairist'lhej; I i pondent of The Associated; Press i(r,, .., ."",! '.... IrigMncease- -the revolutionary, agl- : : body. ? ;.
.Qrfeansv-died ."mpjrning : 7r : directors will elect the new officers. I
rey ion. ,of taJawsand.-the., JastJ manner; la.JKhicb;lse'rtainprimary' : :: ;; rerj i t 1 New early .this, .. : .tatibn::l.SaiiguJnary..: cqnflteta; strikes.. ,', : Something Expected. $ : :
after'aif-llIna5s' "ol""several eeksri fml '- "While the fertilizer .
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r RS men throughout
tution of political liberty turns were canvassed .by countycommittees : ; and agrarian disorders'continue.-t!be '
which became'acute-'only a few days"I 1 1I "- the"soath silent >! '
The declaration was read before. .were 'not entertained'' by the]i I reported. BANKER"UNDER are to.ah extent con-
the house and immense' 'throngs'of state committee, '*' '- \I I since. [ALABAMA earning' "the* accusations brought ; {
spectators listended to' it with The greatest interest centered !n-1!I CoL McDaniel 'was'born in North I[ Ocala, May 26.-- > ala. has'made Liverpool Cotton 'Statistics. against them it was evidentithat theri S- '
breathless interest. A wonderfulscene the cf Codrtn or' Carolina sixty-six years ago..He'served folimvingare ARREST would 'be something doing when, the '
: protest ; F, .p. on, preparations to entertain the State Liverpool( ,May 26.-The '
followed when 'Rodltcheff, leader Volusla count", who opposed Hon.;. with the"army of Tennessee Press. ;iAssotiation next week and it r the weekly cotton statistics'Total -t grand'jury convened in Nashville ..
of the constitutional 'democrats, through the civil war. ii i jI Ibis much was intimated and evident I
is all Total
Frank Sams, of that county, for reelection sincerely 'hoped thatre.very'member sales, kinds, 165,000.
:flung down the gauntlet 'of defianceto to the state senate. But the I i He came to New Orleans and became -" of, the' association' will endeavor- .sales'American 58.000' bales, English I from an article published in The Journal .*
the government. He closed witha correspondent of The Associated [ GORDON DUBOSE HELD' FOR EMBEZZL1NQ time in In .
protest of Mr:' Codrington was not' be present. spinners takings 97,000; total export some April. the article '
demand for the retirement of the read to 'the committee, for 'before it Press in 1870, with which, he bad An interesting program will be rendered 5,000; imports, all 'kinds 82.000; im'I' $40,000 OF NATIONAL mentioned, which was the :first '.
bureaucratic: cabinet and the creatioucf was reached'in. the regular" order of been identified' until, death. His last .f: and the citizens of Ocala. will ports American 56,000; stock, all published of the so-called trust and '.i"" '

a responsible ministry from. thepeople's things, the committee by a large'I majority -!!I surviving relative, his mother, died endeavor to give every one who kinds-.: 96,000; stock'; American 831-' BANK FUNDS.By the investigation of the same by the ,' ;
chosen representatives.The had decided.that under its rules' five years'ago.. Colonel McDaniel uev. comes a royal welcome and a pleas COO; quantity afloat'all kinds, 57,000; federal government, it was stated that ,
lower house, with only sevencissenting' established er married. I ant visit Total sales to exporters 3,400. summons had been issued for fertilizer -. '-
votes demanded the resignation and the precedent in former -
manufacturers in
of the ministry and its replacement years, it.. could, not take ,u'p protests -- Associated Press. state, where such manufacturers every southern! '
by a cabinet composed of I against: the action: of the_ coun- Birmingham, May 26.-Gordon- plant. The date which the hada :
members enjoying the confidence of ty committees when such protests con bose, president of the National Bankof I on sum lmons
the lower house.STANDARD. cerned candidates for'the state legislature Ensley, Ala., which was recently stated that they must appear was. ,
also 'giv n, April 28. The investigation
Bank of Ensley, was p
and state senators. .' T E EAR verged with
commenced on the date stated.
Thi3 decision; was reached'regard- I(I arrested here to-day n.
,+ What' On? .
OILINVESTIGATION ing the protest-of John G. iMcGiffin, MA n IcvrlrRO o ( embezzling forty thousand dollars of
': dl CA It cannot be stated that the indict- t
the bank's money.
candidate for the state from .J
A: ,. The arrest was made on compli'iitof. ments against the fertilizer manufactorers [
Nassau county against Senator Thos. ?
I iw AIYT NI>y ; National Bank Examiner Ooope is a surprise to them, nor can f 1
S. Davis fOr re-election, in which MeGiffin ,
alleged Irregularities: in connection and Dubose was held under a twenty it be denied. It appears as if they. ;; .
'" thousand dollar bond, which he seas are of the opinion that grand stand <, :'

MANY' WITNESSES TESTIFY TO ,i precincts.with making' returns .from several -I C'. 4 unable to furnish up to a late hour .plays are being made by President !."" \ :

I f this evening. Roosevelt and Attorney General t% .
Codrington Protest Withdrawn. |!
INTIMATE ,RELATIONS BE. I. ..'. Moody It appears, according to'W116t '.:
declined to "
When the committee
: seems to be the opinion of fertilizer I
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TWEEN STANDARD AND take cognizance of his case, it was,at, -.. PRESBYTERIANSDRAW men that the department of Justice -j;
once seen that it could'not take the -
RAILROADS. up I /7 / _, has ;Jumped over all trusts 1 in the north
protest 'of Mr. Codringto'a against the r' / \ '
\ a I ; S COLOR LINEBy to make a point against what are
nomination 'of Senator: Sam ''without'reversing ,
1 ry termed trusts in this, section. Also ?
its actfon/'and'therefore: 'Mr. rf r that the oil trust, sugar trust, tobacco :;;.
By Associated Press. Codrington asked for permission to Associated Press trust, coal trust steel trust,'and other V :
Cleveland: May Continuation of! withdraw his protest_ and his;; requestwas Des Moines, May 26.-TThe color line trusts have been plying their vocations *;
fte examination into Standard Oil| 'granted. ''ur was sharply drawn in the general assembly within an eye-shot of the department -':;
methods here today brought a number While it was a great victory for Sen-: today on the proposition to of Justice, but without being molested ? ,
of witnesses'on the stand who testified ator Sams and' his friends, the mem- i ..ic make k separate synod of the threo in the least Perhaps friendship la ;! '

to the intimate relations between .bers of the committee who believed I negro Presbyteries in Alabama. the way of campaign contributions l'

tile railroads and the Standard. I that the matter 'should hav 'been tak' Stron'g protest was made by Russell may have something to do with this 'i-
Agents and employees of the roads, en up consoled themselves fry'chang Taylor, a negro preacher and commis- seemingly short-sightedness on the :
in many instances, received salaries ing the rul ..of'the committee, 'and in sioner to the assembly. 'After a sharp part of the Roosevelt-Moody "'alle';ed .
from the Standard and they in turn,I the future' the: committee :will take argument the matter was postponedto trust breaking combination," think ?

facilitated the company's business 1m cognizance of protests in cases where t the assembly neat_pear. the manufacturers of the southern ,
preference to that. of competitors: The!' state senators and members of the'teg-' product, known as fertilizer.No .

Standard also, throu'gh employees,''. islaiture-are to be nojninated.. Jfe t- SPECIAL COUNCIL fear is expressed by the fertilizer ;:
sained! information regarding the bus. The Fielding protest \ } 'MEETINGMONDAY men over the-outcome of the final
hess of rivals. The other matter that attracted hearing of the case. 'They' deny that
much interest during: the meeting City Clerk'!Merritt yesterday afternoon combinations have been formed to i

SHORT the committee was the protest of TrU JJ sent out official .notification 'to take from the farmer or others their ".
MISSION Fielding/candidate for stale attorneyin : -. eacu" alderman for a special meetingof rightful earnings by trusts or other
the Eighth Judicial CJrcu'.t The '-' :: "" council Monday evening, May
,, th3 .methods' contrary to the laws of'the
AT CHRIST CHURCH other 'candidates, verb, Benjamin P. / 28, at 7:30 o'clock. ':The. call states nation,

Calhoun, the present state attorney, ", that the special session is for the r t'
and.; J. M. Rivers, ot Alachua county. pupose of transacting unfinished bus! .
In this contest the whole, matter ness and any other business that SMALL YACHTS I

ARCHDEACON WEBBER WILL hinged upon the fact'tha't, the county may come up for consideration.It ../ .
committee of,,Baker county, one of the is possible that the,council may .
CONDUCT SERVICES DAILY TO five counties composing eighth ju t take up the question of the requestfor VOYAGE
the Zelius resignation, unless le
dicial circuit, had declared the election
AND: INCLUDING WEDNES chairman of the Board of Works 'in
in Baker county? null(.jn'd void,
Intervening decides to quit
DAY. I and had refused to ceftIfy'any 'returnsto F the which time it ,is not deemed probable. FOUR. VESSELS START_ FROM
the state committee. ;
Without the Baker 'county vote the Condemned to Death. ;NEW YORK IN RACE FOR. THE E_, E{
returns received from the four other .
Arch Deacon Webber, of "Milwaukee Odessa, May .Welland, a student LIPTON TROPHY. -
counties of the circulfgave! 'Calhoun
will) conduct mission' ) 1' I of the electro-technical &c1.01,1 I ,
a short of 1,255 votes River 1,801 votes, and ;ji' i }
days in three,1 to-day condemned by a court
Christ; church, beginning was
Fielding 1,101 would i
day, the 27th, The 'hours of' I martial to leath by hanging. He was -
necessitate Calhoun and,Rivers going I By Associated Press
convicted of being a member of A
Sunday, MondayTuesday andy r 'New York, May .The four rae
into the second primary- but both BIT-I
" taM of terrorists and pillagers.I
ednesday. are 7:30 and 11 a. m. and ers and Fielding claimed that, the Baker I ing yachts, they longest 44 feet and the ':
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ID. m.The. county vote if 'counted, would t r yl i I Murder In Russia. smallest 28 feet overall, started this ';'
archdeacon is no stran'ger to Pen- lead.- The of afternoon on a six hundred and fifty
give them the advocates= i I t.
r Russia 'May 26.-iA
'Witbesk ,
fceola; having spent week here last Fielding were willing, they said, for mile race from here to Bermuda, for ': ,
rear, to the of Beikine, director of the Virbesk Tobacco >,
great spiritual} uplift Sir Thomas Lipton
all three of them to run,over'againin killed a cup given .by .f
the Company factory, was
whole city.: Mr. Wtebber is a very the second primary. Mr., Rivers's valued at five hundred dollars. It is .
The assassin
to-day for political reasons.
Powerful:! preacher, who has given his"Ie friends on the committee' could not I escaped. required that the yachts be handled. > !
to the preaching! of the GospeLNo see any necessity,ofall 'three.running entirely by amateurs. The event was f '

again, when the returns certified! : ... Hidden Cartridges'Found.Libau I open only to boats under fifty feet ?tf.
; P'O'
Senate Session. the committee' showed :that Calhoun .1. - Washington, May % .-The senate and Rivers were the hFgh. men and 3EAN, OFTEN' THINKSKB. { LQ1V1\S, THE:EA.RTH HAS IT FENCED EN,'INTACT' ,*UNTIL 0 :-; SOMETHING discovered a tore of 3,100 revolver post, venturesome yet attempted >y if
aid *
J no session today, having aJ.IIIIIl'ne4 -' American .
to Moaday. -,(Cont1nu on.P: se.V.rottr.i: ) -H91; .....,...1 ." cartridges in this city. ,

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.4 [C C COURT U T MARTIAL l lN Ice Cream. I THE RESULT[ T OF f f"J A ANNUAL be lost and DIVIDENDScannot they may be used to

m [ ON N RHODE[ Withlire [ l fflJC reduce the premiums each year if the insuredso

Fruit SENSE chooses. A life or Endowment Policy with

=4 ISLAND N Flavors C CAMPAIGN I N NDefeat is annual the most dividends'satisfactory.B. in the. Union Central Life

cream and made makes of pure a dish Jersey that OF IT.i .S. WILLIAMS, General Agent.

'Status III Investigate Grounding of at once Just tempting what and is of ale' yard Due to His Thiesen Building. Phone 608.

Vessel and Accidents in needed to cool you oft Ignoring Blast from Y/au-/
these hot days. We'll We buy as low as we can-

the Navy in General. send that it out you In any can quantityso have it chula:Advocate, that's business sense.! We sell CATARRH .

for your dinners. Search as low as we can-that's progressive -
the world over and you'd ,
: SoecTal to The Journal. fail tQ find better cream The Live Oak'''Democrat publishesthe i. sens You. buy as : '

New Washington martial has D. C.been, May ordered'to 26.-A anywhere. following, which will prove of as you can that's common FOUL BREATHIf

.the- 'on. board the battleship Rhode more than ordinary interest In view sense. You buy of us-that's,
lowing Illay 28 to inquire into 'the of recent articles: dollars and cents for both of us.i i You Continually K'hawk and Spit and There is a Constant

day in of the vessel in Chesapeak, Kandy Kitchen Cafe. :All the returns from the State will Dripping From the Nose Into the Throat, If.You Have
resident! early this month, and to try offi not be known for several days, but
charged with the responsibility 104 SPalafox. Phone 999 with those at hand it is safe to say White & Nix.OUTFITTERS Foul, Sickening Breath, That is Catarrh.
I :Wine, the accident The officers to be that R. Huason( !Burr and Senator N. .
ton, .May are: Capt Perry Garst, com- A. Blitch have been selected as railroad CURED THROUGH THE BLOOD BY B. B. B,

i said: the battleship any:' Lt Com commissioners. with decisive It your breath foul If your voice busfcyT moons membrane, and B.B.B. sends a rich,
vanced Edward Wltherspoon her majorities. Is your nose stopped! Do you snore at night tingling! flood olwarm.nch,pureblooddlrt'r:
The defeat of Tom Appleyard was Your- Money's Worth or Your Money Back Doyousneeze a great dealT Do 10U han tree to tbe paralyzed; nerves, mucus membrer>
selves It is probable that the court will SUMMARY OF PHONE 790. quent pains In the Sorehead Do you have bones and joints, glrlng warmth act
one of the greatest surprises of the pains across the eyes? Aro you losing your strength just where it is needed,and in tliii
joyed in further than the trial of the offi campaign, and if| is not generally Next to New Brent Building sense of smellt Is there a dropping in the way making a tasting care ci
.;;,You' and will practically make an in THE WEATHER known how it happened, but it was throat? Are you losing your sense of taste catarrh in aU ita forms.
Are gradually getting deal Do hear
29 S. PALAFOX ST.RACES. you you
of of in
the, causes accidents the result of an attack in the Wau- buzBingsonnds? Do you hav.,ringing In the DEAFNESS
navy with hopes of preventing chula Advocate, which was made as ears? 'Do you suffer with nausea of the If yon are gradually growing deaf or are already .
tot with in the future. stomach Is there a consult bad taste in deaf or hard of hearing try Botanic
The' The court will be soon as ''Mr. Appleward announced his the mouth? Do you have a hacking cough Blood Balm(B. B. B.). Most forms of deaf
composed The maximum temperature yester candidacy. The attack was not Do you cough at night? Do yoa take cold ness or partial deafness are caused t>> catarrh
"? Admirals C. D. Sigsbee,. J. E. day was 81 degrees at 2:15 p. m., and answered until too late in the cam easily If: so,you have catarrh. and in curing catarrh by B B B.
C. M. Thomas, W. W. Mead, the minimum 63 degrees at 5:30 a. Catarrh is not only dangerous in this way thousands of men and women have taa
paign, and the, reply, therefore, did but it causes ulcerations,death and decay of their hearing completely restored.
Asa Walker, Capts. R. M. Berry, m.In not avail much. boneslossof thinking and reasoning power, Botanic Blood Balm(LB.B.)in pleasar'and
'troversy M. Emory, B. F. Tilley and W. H. his summary of the weather yea. The article in the Wauchula Advocate kills ambition and energy,often causes loss safe to take. Thoroughly tested fur
of appetite, indigestion dyspepsia raw SO yrs. Composed of Pure Botanic InKredlcntg. -
idegree a Lieutenant Commander Observer Reed said
terday ( did not in itself do the damage, throat and reaches to general deb1l1tyidloc7and < ...Strengthens Weak 8tomarb-
''ers Snowden is appointed Judge '"Unsettled conditions prevail all as the Advocate is published in a insanity. It needs attention at once. cures Dyspepsia. Price HI per large b'>\-
followers througout the country; the southern Park Cure it by taking Botanic Blood Balm tie. Take as directed. If not cured when
small town has small subscription Kupfrian's
and a (B.B.B.). It is a quick,radical,
CapL Garst has been in command disturbance north- permanentcure right quantity Is taken,money refunded.
is dissipating over!
was but it was printed on slips and because it rids the system of the poison Sample Sent Free by writing Blood B.ilia
lad the Rhode Island only a few ern Georgia; the western depressionhas sent out to the voters by mail. arms that cause catarrh. Blood Balm Co.,Atlanta,Ga. Describe your troubl.
and the vessel was in her increased slightly in intensity 1 B.B.B.pnrines the blood does away with and special free medical advice 0 tail
formal This little article said that Tom FRIDAY JUNE 1st IVery&fIIlPtOm,glvln strength to the entire ,
cruise your case also sent; In sealed letter.
carte of when the accident oc and moved to the Missouri Valley Appleyard was forced to make the
already Capt. Garst is a nativo of and the north Pacific "low" has race "by the railroads, who Intendedto BENEFIT .
clude I'C but was appointed to the ser reached Idaho. A cool high pressurearea spend enormous ,sums for hjs election
from Illinois in 1863. About over Manitoba has caused a fall c: oW
that Tom the man selectedto \
; was
uncut: of his naval career has been in eastern Montana. {:;rAre
"The temperature over break the commission, and) sucha San Francisco Relief
at sea. the Dakota, and eastward to upper
wrecker 6f the rights of the masses
thracite The naval torpedo station at New. Michigan. Snow is falling in north- :
this of
was man that for no amount '
ployees R I. is to have a school of i in. ern Montana and North Dakota and money would the Wauchula Advocate Fund. -You Planning to Remodel ? l: a
f ti
recently for officers and men in sub in parts of California, Washington, advertisement s y
put an Appleyard APPS
ther boats. Exhaustive!!' drills South Dakota. Minnesota, the Ohio in the 1 Free: for all, 3-minute class, with If I
.!.JWorkers submarines by day, to include Valley! east Tennessee and western Tom Appleyard paper.saw the attack and entries. by Chas. Ryan, R. Lang- you contemplate remodeling your present
was of every discription has North Carolina. "jess laffed." ford and Willie Connors. home now or in the near future, you should!
of 1902. planned. At night attempts are "The rains inthe South r
be made to pass undetected the have about general ended and conditions this "Why," said he. "no one will be- Gentlemen's road race, 2 entries. study the subject of Plumbing. Good plumbing is one of the 1i9 j
at (Fort Adams and the morning give promise of fair weather lieve it. I can't afford to dignify it 3-Free for all, with two crackerjack happiest features of a modern home. It not only contributes f' I
with will 1
a reply. laughat
the naval entries.
for this 'vicinity
with light South winds
'to it and sympathize with the Wau- I. to the comfort and health of the but is a sourceof '
A. W. M. and occupants "Z
was the for to-night Sunday., chula Advocate." iRunning race, 2 entries. I
'" N
.nized, But the charges got in their work, Races wiirbe called at 3 p. m. pride to the owner.
Preferred;Papa. MONpAY WE WILL SELL, 50cLADIES' and again the fact is demonstratedthat 1
,one, Mother (at a reception)-Why SAILOR HATS AT 25c. it don't pay to "jess laugh" at ADMISSION 50c We.will gladly discuss

and"' you accompany Nicefello F.. .E. BRAWNER'S, absurdities in a campaign. t plumbing with you and
'%e Department Store. Everybody who has given serious Ladies Free.
pper.r. give the benefit of our
the ( ? ? ; .. thought to Brpward's..drainage.scheme you
'by. a Sweet .Uirl-I preferred to.g I Fooling the People.: "la>fed"'at his map and at Broward's experience. Having installed
': papa.Mother. history of himself. Those who swallowed \ modern
It several months \ plumbing
was noted ago the had humor
panies Nicefello is devoted story and no "+
.snlttee | you'and,;'seeffied-much dejected j that it was impossible to find'any-, in them didn't "laff," but voted, and SPECIALSALE L a. systems in numerous fine J
vention your refusal. I thought where in Lincoln's'published Writ- he was chosen Governor, ann& now homes we can. refer you to
coal youerrather ings or speeches the saying that : has on his hands the biggest white
liked him? 1C _
satisfied customers.
Including "You can.fool all the elephant ever exhibited by a public many
-ui .pany of Sweet'Girl ((bhzshingly) do.. of the time and of people the some official. ; A little knowledge on the :
Mother-Theti didn't some peopleall It's all a mistake about not fooling
I ; why you go. of the time but cannot fool subject vjill be beneficial tot r '
that In t .to ,with him? you the people twice. The drainage mat \ ;
tween : Sweet supper Girl-Well, if musts all of the people.all' otthe time." ter is to be settletf by a vote of the \ \ you in the selection of the =
you electors of the State, and Broward is f-
their: Contemporaries of the great presi- ,
to a because I was ravenously) dent have been searching their already on the stump urging the proposed best material and fixture-,
ditions __ :I constitutional amendment. He and in their proper location -
memories to discover if could S
I they must be met on the stump by able of
epeetlve, recall when he said it. The Brook- debaters who oppose his plans. It is I II throughout the house.
plqyees. lyn Eagle has learned that J; L. I no time to "laff." Broward. it is safeto
decided If
I will call to con.
"It is a Tired Feeling Hill of Fletcher,. 0., says that he say. will control one branch of the you
next HATS
Legislature, and the returns suit us, wewi1l show
heard the in'. whichLincoln
saying 4 speech show the Senate however, closer than '
force 'comes to you every spring is a delivered from a dry goods was expected. The Senate, however, you the samples of'ZtandaM'
ing'the that your blood is wanting in box placed on the north side of the has a good working majority for the I Ware we

the <: ,just as pimples and other erup old courthouse in Bloomington.There anti-administration forces. Tomorrow consisting of fine I have in our showrooms

award One are of the signs that it facts is impure.of are two other known wit 'St, Cyprian! Mission. Rcady"t enhanced great experience nesses who say that they heard Lincoln $1.00 and $2,00 i
Arch Deacon Webber will preach at but which
observation: is that Hood's Sarsa- L ; made---every piece Is guaranteed. Ask for our illustrated
standing use the words in St. Cyprian Episcopal Mission, (col.) I
will be sold while
1 "As! always removes That Tired Feel- speech. Such evidence may fairlybe in old Christ church building this they last atNORDSTROM 'I booklet Modern, Home Rumbing.WICKE ." ;

tremely' gives new life and new courage. accepted in the absence of any- evening. I
it is and begin to takecods 760 i iJ
the facts Today buy thing to contradict' it that the MONDAY WE WILL -SELL 50c. & CO.

dents Sarsaparilla aphorism has been Correctly attributed LADIES'I SAILOR HATS AT 25c..
tiement to Lincoln.Youth's Companion F. E. BRAWNER'S, MI
i mind.' tt liquid or tablet form. 100 Doses $1. Department Stcre. 00o on



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;,.. -r'I"IE PENSACO'LA' JOURNAL', SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 27 "1908 ._ "AGE Tmtfr-
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rUNS t Bargains !) :. .

: .. :!. Week
.This theBig t <,

z Building Committee Has Signed -e ,
.tI Contract for 'Plans and Mill : :.

I y V Specifications.P'ROPGSED -, '. I M nufa( tureCIanUp Sale ii' '

Now that Summeris : )' NEW CHURCH WILL ,.


HereYou t. -,
look I
sharply ,
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Don't after the make fit the of your mistakeof suit. MIDC'lE' OF SQUARE' -THE that will put All ? in the Shade I'; : .

thinking anything will SA R GA INS
do for spring and summeras BUILDING COMMITTEE. .
long as it's easy Read the following list of SPECIAL :
S ,
We Make All Our Suits Fit The building committee of the BARGAINS over carefully and be ':

before they leave the Palafox Methodist church yesterday
Monday Morning ;
store, and our spring and signed a contract with S. R. Badge-
summer goods are the l:ey of Cleveland, Ohio, for ,the' latter on hand -when the Sale opens i
best we ever had. Comesee to draw the plans for the proposed .
our Stein-Bloch Suits new church and' frame the specifica- '
$1.00 to $25.00.cARDfto. tions. The contract calls for plans .
and specifications for a church not locost ,. '

more or furniture than $60,000, seats, without etc. fixtures Bargains in White Goods Muslin Underwear I .1"

f Mr. Badgeley at the solicitation of Extra Special BargainsFor

., THIE3mB.t the sacola building from his commitee Cleveland came Pen-The' Bought in the Big Mill CleanUp / From the Big CleaivUp Sale ,. .

architect considers tha location for, Sales at about half price Children's 19c White Muslin Draw-

the church ideal in every respect and' One Hour only ers for. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....10c
.. states that no better could. have lOc White Linon to go .5c
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Children's 4Clc White Muslin Skirts
teen found.: ; White Check Nainsook to go at 5c
lOc for 10c for.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...25c.adies' '
India Linon special
Beauty Desired. 23c White Sheer and Fine Persian Monday Morning 9 to 10 o'clock .. 75c Gowns, Chemise and
The question of where to erect the Lawn 45 inches wide for'. .. .15c Corset Covers for .. .? ... ... ..490 :
church building has been the cause 15c White fine Wale Pique, special I Ladies 25c Corset Covers special 15o
of much discussion among the members .9&c Ladies' 40c Lace Trimmed Corset .
The SteamerMONARCH of the congregation. Some favor 20c White Auto Suiting, Irish Linen I 'Covers, to go at.. .. .. .. ....256
erecting the edifice at the corner finish for ,., ...' ..12C The following very special, bargainswi1'only I 75c 104 White Sheets, extra special
of Guillemard and East Wright 100' pieces fine White Mercerized be on sale for 1 hour commencing I, .... .. .. .. .. .. .69c $1.50 Gowns, Corset Covers, Chemise -
building streets, while should, others be'erected think that next) the to Waistings' and' Suitings from the big at 9 o'clock Monday morning: I: One case of Drummers samplesof big sate, to&oat.. ... .from. .. .the. .93e
clean sale. I Dresser Scarfs, and CenterPieces
the Chaffin .up 1 lot of Ladies' $18.00 All Silk Taffeta All finest Muslin Underwear
will make property. It seems thata our
two regular Some rare bargains will be thrownout I worth 25c and 39c, to goat
compromise will be effected':' by re- at 15c, 19c and 25c j>er rard. Suits, beautifully made for .. .., ... .. .. .. .. .. .. ...19c marked down for this big sale.
Sunday trips to the toying the Blount! and LeBaron fine white Swisses marked one hour only. .. .. .... .$11.90 Ladies' and Children's Knit Underwear
residences back and All our 8c and lOc Embroidered Turn-Over .
the at
erecting special cut prices.5c
Life StationLeaving church in the center of the down for this grand clean up sale. ls_ 'l lot of $15.00 Taffeta Silk! Suits, I Collars for. .. .. .. ..: .. ... .3%o75c
Saving square. White Lawn Handkerchiefs for 2c
By thIs plan those, who favor it Mill Ends of Dotted' Swiss worth loc new styles, for one hour only.$7.90A Center Pieces and Side Board. .. .,

at 10 a. m. and 3 p. m, state that' the walks could be terraced per' yard, the entire line to go on remnant few $10.00 Taeffta Silk Suits, Scarfs for.. ,. .. ..' .. .. .39c Sc White Lawn Handkerchiefs forte
and the, middle of the lawns counter at half price._ black and white dots only, to 75c NottinghamLace Curtains to 15c White Linen Handkerchiefs for 9e

..-- -- planted In flowers: tnus adding beautyto lose out at 9 o'cock! for.. ... .$4.95 go at per pair . .. ...45c 15c White Lawn with hand embroidered .

SAFES SAFES 1 SAFES 1 SAFES the Chimes church and city. Bargains in Lawns 50 dozen Ladies' and Misses' Ready $2.00 Cambric and Muslin Gowns initials special.. .. ..5= '
May Placed. to-Wear Hats just received, to and Skirts to go at .. .. .. ..$1.39
Di bold Safes The members of the
Buy building com- and go on sale for one hour at. .69c
mittee, that is a majority of the Organdiesfrom 10 yards stout Bleached Domesticfor
Lawn and Linen Suits '
Scarritt Moreno, Agent number, favor' the installation of : I44es 50c Lace Lisle"Hose, choice; I .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...43o :
_ __ chimes in the new structure. ChimesIn the manufacturers clean up sale. ., 'j&'tterns\ in black or white, to go i I 50c Hammock Pillows, to at....25e
Suits trimmedin
$5.00 White Lawn
Pensacola 3500 of 15c and 18c Fine per pair I for .. .. .. ..35cMen's
/ would be an in- yards
I &c Dress Ginghams! and Cham- blind embroidery tucks and
to .
seamless Socks
12/2c full
COTTRELL, novation which will add to the beauty Printed Lawns In 'Mill Ends to .. .. .. .. ., .
,' go 3 pair for. . . .25cMen's treys, for .5:: hemstitched, separable sleeves. $3.49
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. and charm of the proposed new go at.-.* ._:>.? .?, ;, .6%0 .
eai' .Ice. lOc White Handkerchiefs, lOc Percales 36-inches wide, to goat J7.50 Fine ;White Lawn Suits, trimmed
Pensacola, Fla. The new church will be about 80 15c Printed'Lawns and Batiste' In .social each. :; .: ..?7c . . .. .. .... .7&c in blind embroidery, lace .
_ ----- -----.- or 90x120 feet, with a seating capac- new and dainty patterns to go at7Jc 'Men's' 7c White Handkerchiefs, 10 yards good, stout Sheeting Domestic and tucks, beautifully made, to ;
DIAMONDSSomething ity of about 1200. It is proposed'to 19c Printed other Organdies, Batistes ,!special each . .. .. ...4e' for . ... .. .. .. .47c go at.- .. .. .... ... ..$4.95 I
and choice materials in
furnish the church .with cushion; Men's White: All-Linen Hemstitched 10 yards fine Bleached 12'%c Berke- $15.00 very fine White Mercerrized -
Neat and New in Them seats and have the structure ;modernin + newest designs, at half price. .94c Handkerchiefs, 20c value togo ly Cambric for..' .. .. 93c Suits, beautifully made and
W. A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Palafox St: every respect.The :25c! and 30c New Cotton Dress Fab. ., at. . . . .12i cHeBleached $1.50 White Lawn Waists to go at 95c trimmed special cut price.. .$9.95
choice from the
Building\Committee very styles Pillow Cases, torn $1.50 White or Fancy Duck Skirtsto 6
-TURTON 4.-aELL; ; .,. The members: of the church and big sales, to go at.13%0. and hemmed, special. .. : .10c go at . ..>.. .. .. .. .95c
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. builalng.committee"in ,whose hands is Mercerized : 85c 10-4 White Bed Spreads going 10 yards'fine White India! Linon Glean-Up Sale of Silk Suits

Kodak Supplier Finish for Amateurs. ti the erection' of"the ""new edifice Is as Soesittes and Chiffon Tissue now for . . .. .. 59c 75c Umbrellas' to go at.. .. ..... 39c
j follows: Dr. W. J.:' Hannah. 'chairman.A. .' in the most beautiful styles, 15e White Turkish Towels, extra 7'c Umbrellas to go at.. ..' ? ..39c $12.50 Taffeta Silk Suits, black
--- ---- --r- M. MflMillan, secretary, J. R. .25cfrom good for. .. .. ,. .. .. .14c' $!.!& Umbrallas to go at. .. .. .85c grounds, with white pin dots, to
R. K. WHITE, Saunders, T. A. Jennings J. N. Andrews the manufacturers clean $2.00 Extra 10.4 White BedSpreads $1.25 Umbrellas to go at. .. 95c close out Quick for.. .. .. .$5.90

atchmaker. Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate R. F. Favorite and W. Q. up sale. to go at. ..- . ,. ..$1.39 $2.00 Umbrellas to go at .. ..$1.49 $15.00 Taffeta Silk Suits, stylishly
Optician.30 S. Palafox Street. Pensacola., Fla. Vreeland. 3500 yards of 15c and 18c fine Printed Hammocks to at.. .. .. 89c
59 :10-4 t White Sheets, to go at.45c I $1.25 .go made, in an) the popular colors,
Lawns In Mill Ends to 'go at 6c
- clean
MONDAY WE WILL SELL: 18x36 special up price------$8.95
HUCK TOWELS' AT 45c PER Sale Table Linen and Towels $25.00 all Silk! Swiss: Taffeta{ Suits
Tersely ToldR. DOZEN. Extraordinary Silk Bargains Special Bargain new styles, in leading-colors, to

F. E. BRAWNER'S, close out for.. .. .. .. .. ..$13.90
Bought in the Silk Mills of f Embroideries
Department Store From the Big Clean/Up Sale

E. Pennell of Marianna Is in the Clean/Up Sale and Laces Bargains In Waists
city on business. 35c White Table Damask to go at

R. Tomasello,. F. W. Stevens and : 40c White Washable Jap Silks, From the Big Clean/Up Sale .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....1911c WAISTS from the big clean up sale
. . & Sons waist
C. "'. Richardson of Milton spent ItIs special: . .20c of J. P. Bowman manu
yesterday here. 75c All-Silk Check and. Fancy Embroideries and Laces 60c Linen Table Damask to go at45o facturers.
\ Louisiene special .. -... 47 y c 75c Fine White Lawn Waists well
The Board of Public Works will Bead- 75c Linen Table Damask to go at 52$2 c . .. .
$1.00 36-inch Black Taffeta Silk, 90 pieces fine Embroidery made for.. .. .45c
net in regular session Monday afternoon ", .68/059c ings and Applique, actually lOc 89c Satin Damask, extra finish' $1.50 Extra 'Fine White Lawn

at the regular hour. and 65c Fancy Louisine-Silks, values, to go in this; sale, per .65c Waists, newest styles and hand
This Sunday afternoon's program at yard..2?{'c somely made and trimmed for. ,95e
toe Y. M. C. A. promises to be of a Tried $1.39 Fancy Taffeta and Liberty 15c to 25c values in Flouncingsand I I $1.00 Double Satin Damask, beautiful $1.69 and $1.75 White Lawn Waists

decidedly novel nature. Jas. Andrews, B'lks: to go at Insertings. to go at. 10c finish, special . . 69c beautifully made to go at.$1.13
vho is in charge of this work has $1.50 36-inch Taffeta Silks in plainor 29c to 40c values in choicest stylesto $1.25 Fine Linen ''Satin Damask, to $2.50 and $2.75 Fine White Lawn

arranged for an evening of story anj changeable'for..:;-,95c go at. '. . . ..19c 85c Waists, exquisitely made and
song that will be well worth hearing: 19-inch Black Radium Silk, 85c to 50c 65c Flouncin'gs and Insert- go trimmed for.. .. .. .. .. .. .$1.89
All men invited, 3:30.: go now '. .. 55c ings and, choicest St. Gall Embroid- 5c White Crash Towels to go at. .3c .Some rare bargains in Fine White

Miss Blanche D. White will return &nd TrueThousands 75c Faille Brilliant Silks, all colors eries, for . . . 28c lOc White Huck Towels 17x35,per Lawn and Batiste Waists, all latest
in short long sleeves at $3.15,
from the Clean up Sale, to or styles or
borne dozen 89c each..7'c
this morning from Cox college .. 42c60c 60 pieces 5c and 7c Torchon Laceto $3. 85, $4.60 and $5.85:
home here 'she attended school En1 route ; go and 75c all Silk Taffetas, all goat. . . .. ... .2c 12c Scotch Linen Huck Towels, Every Waist in stock will be mark.
Miss White
stopped Grean- colors, now .45c65c Extraordinary bargains in French 18x37, to go .9c19c ed down for this bfg clean up sale.
vlle; ,
Ala. ,
the guest her friend
Miss Myrtle Prigley. Miss Prigley of persons' in Washable Jap S'lks in dainty arid Round Thread Val Laces in Extra large Linen Huck Tow $1.69 White Pique or Linen Skirts,

'il! accompany Miss White home and Pensacola,have tried, Red and hair stripes, to goat .. .. .39c 12 yard pieces at 25c, 39c, 75c els, special .14c25c
remain as her guest here for some! (Heart Beer and nearly,all 60c Jap and China Silks, all colors, and $1 per dozen. Hemstitched White Linen Given .
for All-over Laces and Embroideriesto Away
time.S. of them have formed the choice .' 34c40c
Taffetine Silks to go at.. ....19c go less than import cost. Towelsv .
H. Ewalts, of Mnscogee, who has "Red Heart" habit. Ask
a farm near the Beulah settlement, is anyone of them if Red f.
the first man in the market with ripe Heart Beer agrees with .

Peaches this year. The peach crop Is, them and they will say: I .
however, poor this year and Mr. '.
Enalts ascribes the shortage to the jes.ilost. LANEON
late cold weather which Florida experienced Tl1 H. & CO

in the spring.Geo. It is Not I

W. Wilson, who owns and
operates a fine truck farm about five

miles north of Pensacola is greatly _.
interested in the question of a city ii. ;!: 5 :'. ",. ', \..': '.;;;;eo ::J"i!:, & ; _' :::';"' '-- ': : '1. "".: ',: ': :' ',.-- --. '.'-': ." '.' _:._' .-- =: 'i

market and he asks The Journal to True of .. .
8-tate the matter. A city market is ----------- I

tertainly one of the things'that Pensa- STATISTICS. fuge rids the child of worms and < -
role! needs VITAL m J t tt u ra, tuwES r r
and Mr. Wilson's idea is i cleans out its system in a pleasantway.

Astern'he correct one. Under the present Record of, Births and Deaths for' the Every mother should keep a m We firmly believe we are better able to sell you a /
vegetables are hauled and pedaled Other Brands Past We k- bottle of this medicine in the house.
all over the city and it is impossl Following shows the births, and With it, fear need never enter her
b'e'! to keep them fresh or to display deaths for the' week ending Saturday mind. Price 25c. Sold by all drug- I A PIANO FOR YOUR HOME
the 'goods as could be done in a city all the other brands according to records on' file in tide gists.

urket .will: make you bilious,or city clerk's office. I' 'J i than any other dealer anywhere. Our belief is based upon the fact that
White--3larpret' Zoe- Steel, Abraham MONDAY WE WILL SELL 50c! hI
?t's; different There's nothing like cause, bad, -after effects. Termasio.' LADIES' SAILOR 'HATS AT 25c. j we carry only pianos of known worth. The kind.. that has been tried t-
the "Blue Ribbon Flavor: Ask your Red fTeari is. equal ,to Colored-Thomas B. CoIlin'S! Cliff- F. E. BRAWNER'S,
I home and elsewhere and not found wanting in tone construction ;
here at
fcrocer for Blue Ribbon Lemcn..or YdaJia any 15c "beer and better ton Casley, Mattie Nelson, still-born f Department Stereo right .

next time.Pensacola than all lOc brands. Try i child of Bessie Alonzo D.Crenshaw Lennens, James Louis' or finish. Drop in any day and try aq .
Springer, '

There Arie, No. 1293, F. O. E. U.. Francis Will Carter.Births." White Barber ShopThe q Kranich & Bach, Lester, Packard, Cassell, Clutter itrii
will be
a regular'meetin'g on 'j 'White-Frank Gassman and wife,
June 1 at 7:30 p. m., in Eagle hall, The.Lewis. boy, W. B. Metcalf and wife, boy. We also have a number of rare bargains in second hand pianos waiting
West Garden street (old Odd Fellows' Colored-Albert and wife, boy. white barbers, formerly of 36 t

Ml). A full attendance is requested. Bennie Streety and wife. boy, ,Johu. ,JS. Palafox St., are now located at No. i for someone. m' .
Business of great importance. Taylor and_ wife, girl. 8 E. Government St., next to Western
CHIAS.' M. OOSTON. W. P. Union. 114-116 S. Palafox St.
!M, B. FRANK SeeUNION BearCo Do You Love !:! Oldest andMusic House Lsrgeatf 'in Clutter Music Hous Phone15 = :
your baby You wonder why he cries. j Florida
OVERALL AND JUMPs Buy a bottle of"bIte's Cream Vermi MONDAY WE WILL SELL 5Cc I cja GEO. W. C. CLUTTER, Tres. B. E. CLUTTER Sec. j= '
:!:* WORTH $1.00 AT 7Oc. fuge and he will never cry. :Most ba.'I LADIES' SAILOR HATS AT 25c.
bies have worms and the mothers 1 I F. E. BRAWNER'S. n !m .r-... .... .
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safe., Only a few weeks ago .a negro nual.conrenttQn.;, .t shot.a policeman down in coM blood for mountains of I :
mflt' Jmalola a..tip, ,through
and another killing was narrowly
: Jontnalt North Carolina. and Tennessee.: Editors : ',, ': '
averted yesterday' Such a place Brumb : ....{, ',,' .
and '
Harris -Bittinger. "
'the would be disgrace -
in city a
rlLruU fLa 1.rl.rJ1j tr L LlJirU 1..j- iuuuuut J anywhere 1
will take care of them in Ocala'an d :
but just where It Itt ,
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. when they start on their ,mountain
is more than disgrace-It is a WEFAVE
Secretary will see '
trip Appleyard .
menace to the safety of the'commun
that timer-he
ity. they are given a good ,

1' ...BY... always doe that. Here's best, wishes, ." .

This week the members of the for a happy occasion and regrets,that I

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Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. I There are many things which helpto dishonest in the matter of trying to 'a l' ; :: STREETS: ;.. "Drop in" and see us

-r'-w JL WU W LW Wfl. UUW W WflJ JfltUW create a tendency to have politicians secure gain in this manner, as .it 'is ;>t ', i'E1: '. : ,
.. that is those holding office; a practice all over the country and I 1 ; lyjiJi;' ,' .
Offices 108 and 110 East and officers to seek laudation for believe. will continue until steps are .
Papars Sale Trains '
on on : ; ..i < there. : "
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I 'l simply performing their sworn ana- taken to prevent it. I --- ," ; \ : '
. Government. Phone 38. and at all News Stands. honest duty. I have known deputy Why should an officer receive extra I :" ", ;
.J sheriffs detectives and policemen to for doing! ", ; '
n.nfumrL rl.A J J1 J .. compensation or praise :
I complain because they did not receive -I his sworn duty, more so than a citl
a financial reward for capturing zen? The citizen that obeys the law '
PEXSACOIOA. FLORIDA.( SUNDAY MORNING. MAY' 27. 1906 some criminal, who had violated and ,is God fearing is not lauded 'or

the law, which they took an oath to lowere ', with money. An officer io

A Clean even if the "news bureau" furnishes I observe and enforce. Such conductis paid by; the taxpayers to protect them McDavid .Hyer 'Co.
disgusting, and at the same timeshows against crminals, and why In the
them and for two main reasons, to-
Democratic to what an extent the curse'| name of common sense should he receive -
Primary* wit: of the reward for the arrest of criminals .- additional reward for simply ,

The St. Augustine Record is First Because the furnishing or has grown. r doing his duty, arresting criminals?

pleased with the recent democratic publication of: that list would in no To be candid, honest and sincere, I know of none whatever.
I will state that 'I am no hero Relief Associations.
primary and compliments the party sense answer The Journal questionas worshipper. I believe that every man'I Throughout the United States, especially ,
and tic candidates on the result as to WHO is putting up the money who does his duty as an officer or I in large cities there Is 'what '

follows: for the support' of the "news official will receive his just rewarJat is known as, a Policemen's Relief

Every democrat in Florida will re ,bureau," and'SecondBeca1rSe- the hands of the people. I believe Fund Association. It is a laudable organization -
flect with profound satisfaction upon if it is "manifestly that the reward, habit .is a curse to and deserves all thesuc- : INSURANCE
the marked difference 'between the civilization, as it creates a tendencyfor cess which can be had. To a great 'I ', .
unreasonable" to make public the officers not to seek a crini of"the .
primary of this year and that of two some extent the association is one
year ago. Grafting by professional names of the-; 'FEW people who are inal unless' there is a financial gain best methods lo help remedy the reward -

political; barnacles and "bums" was supporting bureau it would be a to be derived. This Is 'plain"and evil inasmuch .as no one,,offi. 'ISon"allie'I- >:.t -
strong language and none realizes, it cer derives benefit thanthe '
of more
distinctly discouraged by all the great beal more "manifestly unrea -
,candidates, and the pickings were sonable" to expect it to furnsh the better than myself. I other regardless, of who makes-the ., .' -
few and small for these chronic! An Experience.Comdemnation arrest. All rewards collected for: the
highwaymen. "Mud-slinging" was name of EVERY taxpayer in the dis might be heaped crrest of criminals are placed in :the McLean.

conspicuously absent in most local trict.The upon my head for such utterances but fund of the association and used' to. 118. Awarding of Medals.

ties, and the public was spared the whole truth of the matter is, experience with detectives, deputy care for the sick and indigent members 19. Hunting Chorus.Dr. Smoke

spectacle of two or more democratic the "news bureau," !for some reason, sheriffs and policemen has proved to of the organization and the police C. J. Hanamett, presMng
rivals for office indulging in person to me that; In many instances. the department. er of the DeFuniak District, '
Is afrnid to :
' alities concerning each other. It was, publish the names of the officers are "too busy" to look for Chief of Police Scbad of Pensacola: Conference, Methodist I OLD
practically, a "clean contest;," con- BTbscribers to its operating fund and some dangerous criminal for whom is making gigantic efforts to organize I church is holding quarterly $

dnctea' with consideration and on every one of its moving spirits knows there is no reward, when something such an organization in, this city. He in! the M. E. church. The -I

parely legitimate lines. that to be a fact. financially might be gained by the arrest should receive the support of the a veri constant worker. We NORTH
and incarceration of another, for men under him and to their credit glad to have him in De Funiak.
The Journal is glad to endorse ell' So far as Governor Broward's ex.J.o'nses -
& lesser and minor crime. I have let It be said, thaLall with the except comes in the spirit of
that its contemporary says and to are concerned, there is no known policemen in a certain city, tion of two or three have signed an and imparts it. He is

further express the conviction that doubt either in the mind of the True many miles from Pensacola, to knowingly 'Sfreement to form such a association build a church, in Pensacola STATEfOR

campaign grafting is a thing of the Democrat, the "news bureau," or the let a wanted criminal pass them and become members. In a city the having bought a lot and set '

past in Florida. public generally as to who is payhg without arresting him, believing by size of Pensacola-.the! association will motion:: to that end. fOR
them. Journal waiting a few days a reward ,mightbe be composed of_the ,firemen and oo- The Sunday schools of all
So far as Escambia county is con. AS lira has previously secured. In nine cases out of ten licemen and Chief Bicker of the fire churches will hold a union

cerned we do not know of a single in- Observed, the people are satisfied in when the time for arrest came! the department is\'assisting' Chief Scbad next Wednesday in Alpine park. or CigaretteIT'S

campaign grafting is a thing of the their own minds as to WHO IS NOT bird had flown. n helping organize the body.

during the recent primary. In the paying the governor's expenses and I do not desire to have it under The relief association has the mor- NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS

'beginning, The Journal warned both so far as hem concerned In the matter stood that I believe' that all officersare al support of the 'Board of Public NEW CITY HALL, PEN : UNION MADEQUALITY
looking for rewards, but I believe Safety in' ,Pensa.cola, and in other I
the grafters and the candidates that. th .t"ls all they are interested in.The four-fifths of them are. It is nothing cities the good wIlt 'and support of .

on' the first evidence of money being .enlistment of the True Demo- more than nature. There Is nothing all citizens and officials. 'Sealed proposals will be
until 12 o'clock
noon Tuesday
asked for or given, both the candi-- cut now makes a total of two defen
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date and the grafterwould be ex deri to the credit of the "Florida l- the committee deciding that each of Green, chairman Board of Bond

posed in the columns of this paper. News Bureau." ft the three candidates 'must go into the tees, Pensacola .Fla., for the' Is our,, premium.

As a result no grafting was attempted :. NOTABLE CRIMES second prim ry'*n'd 1he high man will of- a CITY HAUL AT PE l / .1.Mnu&i

and, had it been we do not The navy department, will hardly # IN WEST FLORIDA. *' be declared the nominee. It was the Bids must be accompanied with a
permit the naval i general opinion that the votes cast for tified check of $1000.00 on an
believe there ; maneuvers to beheld
was candidate in the
a. Montgomery Journal. each of the, cnadidates in Baker coun- porated bank as guarantee for z.
field who would have permitted it. off 'Guantanamo, again. On the I ty should have'been counted and the of $20,000.00 in a Surety Company REILLY, Distributor.

The last primary was a clean dig fleet's'visit there last spring, a party "H n result certified to'the state committee, lug business in Florida within

nified contest and it was, we believe, of 20 or 30 bluejackets were set upon but as 'the county committee had refused -days after contract is awarded

a forerunner of what the democratic by Cubans ami beaten and cut with The murder of the Christmas fam- to do thiei.he; only fair thing to the faithful performance of the J

. primaries, of the future will be all knives and machetes while the Cuban fly in the neighborhood of Chlpley do waS for the candidates to run over. in accordance with the ..4............Gg.........4....#.*+++4+...*.*
Fla. has been followed by the murder -There was considerable talk of manda- plans and specifications. PEN8AOOLA .
over the state. police looked pn and allowed I the out 'and the Ackerman
: cremation of
mus proceedings compel the county PLANS: AND SPECTFLOATnONS!
rage to be committed. From all accounts family near Milton, Fla. In these committee of Baker 'county to canvass further! particulars can be I I Works and Supply Co. \

To the suggestion of .th Times-! the fleet did not fare any too two: massacres twelve persons have the' vote of that county, and such steps from the Architect, Mr.

, Union that West Florida should well In ,any -respect in the ;election been killed, three in the first and may 'be taken,.but the state committeehas Ausfeld, :Montgomery, Ala., or and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS |

present a candidate for gubernatorial at Cuban waters for target practicethis nine in the last The Christmas fam- decided tha:, the candidaes must L. HHLTON GREEN, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP

honors, the Miami Record assents year and it is quite likely: that ly were left untouched of the after Ackerman death. again make the race. A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all orrte" i
But the murders $ t. Agents for James McKay & CO.'B
Log anu 4
and says that "his name is 1. A. next winter. will see it back at Pen family set fire to the habitation and i Dogs, also chains of all descriptions. Office phone 123 ReSl *

Jennings." That will suit West sacola again.Commission; attempted by cremation to destroy KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.Pensacola 1029. P., 0. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. $

Florida. The question is simply up to the; evidence of guilt. But in this SCUOOLClQSESAT;:: ............... .......... .........tH
in all others murder will
case, as ,
Mr, Jennings himself. '
95 Per Centof discover tself.. Enough of the remains : Lodge No.3, K. of --- 11 I!
of Mr. Ackerman and his wife DeFUNIAK will hold regular meeting ( I

Charges are Untrue were found! to shaw that their skulls night, May 28th at 8 o'clock. Marine Grocery Co j
The "News Bureau" Has had been crushed and the bodies then member requested ,to be .

Another Defender.The 'The Washington correspondent of burned. ENTERTAINMENT GIVEN BY PUs Adoption of By-Laws and 604, 60e, 60S. 610 S. Palafcx St. ;
the Chicago Tribune, John CallaaOfLaughlin This Is a shocking, a revolting record of officers for the ensuing term.
of crime, but 'a record which may WLS; IN .THE TABERNACLE' b ers of sister lodges and Phone 725.

FlorIda News Bureau" has ,.. says.... ... that the. commissent. always be expected when and .where- brothers cordially Invited to V.
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found another defender in the Tallahassee : oy me; president to investigate ever the laws- are not vigorously en- THREE ,MEDALS WERE J. A. KERKFATRCK. C. in Manager.We

True Democrat which says: the conditions in Chicago forced. There Is 'nothing so cheap as 'Ii !HENRY ,HOEJSLER, K. R.-S. will sell for ten days aie i
The 'Pensacola Journal, for some packing houses as described by Upton human life in this country. There than cost:
mysterious and unexplained are morhomicides\ in the United .1 No. 2 Mackerel, 2 for 15c.
in his
purpose Sinclair book "The Jungle, MONDAY WE WILL SELL
has been nagging at Jacksonville State per annum than in'any civi- Smoked Halibut (very fine) luc
New Bureau for "the names" of have reporte l that 95 per cent of Mr. ized country in the world, and the Special to. The Journal. MEN'S BLACK FULL 4'I per pound.

those "unfortunate victims of the Sinclair's charges are without founda. south and west furnish most of the HALF I HOSE, AT 75c DOZEN. Blood Red Salmon, 10c per Ib J
drainage infamy" through whose Instrumentality homicides in the country. It may 'public school Springs, May 26.-Thf F. E. BRAWN ER'S, Glasses Holland Herring (in kits) t 60c per ,
tion.Of ..nfa1.v he Raid thai this condition In closed last night witha Department
the bureau is enabled -- --- -- ---- ------- --
the remaining five cent the "
per splendid entertainment by the kit.Kaiser
gthe -
: as it ,has fully explained to conduct commission that I south antf west is due to the fact pils. pu Herring (in tins) 4Jc: per
reports the Every grade the
packers was on
its campaign of warning; against the that the criminal laws are less rigidly for pro Labor Organizations Take tin. ';
Impending peril of the proposed themselves are already putting into enforced than in other sections of the every gram performance some performance and There'win be a called meeting Salacine Sausage (importer;} -'C
effect changes that will correct the country and because of the fact that was satisfactory. '
:, drainage amendment to the Consti u. ; Three medals were awarded. One the delegates of the different per pound.We :
tion. The, bureau, while no doubt conditions which are described. he law against carrying concealed. for highest advancement in grade ions Monday evening at No. 210 have a fresh stock of imp ; .
baying no particular objection to weapons in the south and west is a Maccaroni, SpagettI, Italian 1"iia 'J
giving The Journal sincerely trusts that I over last year, was awarded to Myrtl Luna street at 7:30 o'clock.
law. It is not enforced.Ien ,
The Journal the names Paste, Greek Black Olives Artk-! .k
protested the commission's report will be : :Nype; one for the best essay ;JAS.: M. JOHNSON. ,
that to attempt to do so would be go armed with Impunity. The non- was Navy Bread Pilot Bread Itahai: !fit .
awarded to
"manifestly unreasonable.' !Besides found correct, though we confess to enforcement( of the criminal laws has one for the best Myrtle declamation Warren and DAN MURPHY.! Sec. noselling Tack, Boston Brown Bread Fn.. i

this, the manner of The Journal in a certain reluctance in accepting as created not only a contempt for the awarded to CebeJIe Warren. was l Bread, Russian Caviar and mpr'' 1

making its demands was distinctly, if altogether trUe the 95 per cant denialof law and the courts, but a disregardfOr The French and Italian Sweet Oils;

not intentionally offensive. and no the charges which Mr. Sinclair human life of every age,. sex and filled with great the tabernacle school children was: well and We carry the only full lint' ':' t'raids

one can well blame the bureau for condition. Leggett's and Dodson and }Brn5
made in his book and afterwards their parents'and friends and i
repeated This disregard of human life has all .' .
not complying with such demands. Tbe 1903 Model canned goods in the city. Gu; : !
- in Everybody's invaded the box. and has im- were highly entertained and pleased.
Magazine. jury ,
We are not advised concerning the Coffee'Co.'s "Oaxaca" Gold S-' : '
- Intentions of ,the News Bureau, but We cannot believe that conditions Crossed th? minds of the average Principal Rogers gave a report of theyear's Eye Glassesfor Daybreak Diamond Blend a'.1 "> "
which showed RemingtonSholes
with such mistaken Ideas of marked -
we feel sure that: it will ba entirely are altogether as bad as Mr Sinclair juror improvement den Rio Coffee for sale. Thr.r' d '
the previous
over 'year
duty and'right as to give immunity to .
to furnish The !fa '
_willing____.'<_ .._ _. 'L Journal L_ with. described! them, but. neither can we the defendants in nearly all cases of and exhorted to more earnest effort high 'grades and give perfec: '
a compieie use O[ me aramage, taxpayers tion.
- In the drainage district 'pro- believe, that he w "make, or thatEverybody's homicide. In cases of larceny no for the next year. His remarks and I y
report were well:! received and'' the ,
Criminals :
Magazine would such Immunity is afforded.
Tided that paper will guarantee its publish,
with its
outlook new
in billing attachmentsand
a school is excellentThe
in these cases are punished, as they way !
,publication; and that it will do this charges of. which 95 per cent were instantly interchangeable car. $1.25
* Just as soon as Governor Broward untrue doubtless should be, and as those following' program was rendered riages, tabulator and two -color '
who have committed murder should i
.- answers demands which satisfactorily have been the numerous racently Th rp. have undoubtedly been extravagant also be punished. But in' these cases d. Song Bird School. I plete ribbon combined movement, is the most com. '
: made upon him for definite Information expressions on botu sides some' doubt, fanciful or substantial, 2. Little Shoe Maker-HFlrst -

as to what fund he is.using-to of the subject and if the whoa! discussion is found to shield th 'murrr, while Grade. Billing andCorrespondence
. the thief convicted .with but little
the of his 3. Flower
pay expenses drainage results in some system by Dance-Second Grade.. EXCURSION.TO .
regard for anything save the charge. 4.
campaign. Cantata.
which the meat consumers of the About all that is necessary is to read 5. !' 'I
The Blacksmith.
Good. It could Grade. .
not have
country enabled to knowthat he indictmentA 6.Witches, Drill"":" Eighth Grade. machine manufactured. I Designed
ale better if Cot Choate hatf dictatedIt are : change must be.effected' In the 28. 1906.
getting hea.ltty'-mea.ts, 1, Boat-Glee.-School. as it was for fast service, built for
himself. But let us to the question. ,the agitation-will -not have been in public sentiment of the south and 8. Declamation, "Kentucky Belle" hard use, recommended by experts Apothecary' Tsrst and only chance to ', .-.' W
west in this respect. The Juries of -Eva Richardson. and of interest on the P. & A R R
against it
vain and_ the people at larso will! be wear, is ,>:a
If the '"manner of The Journal" the country must enforce the laws of 9. Declamation: "Ole Mistis."-. offered as the idealTypewriter Street Pens Ico1a' Fla leave on regular passenger 'Don
: gainers! thereby. the land or there wile be more such Gussie Storrs. Monday morning, May 28. ana '
was offensive, it was certainly unintentionally bloody deeds as those referred to to :JO. The Woodpecker.-Third and;' 30. Fare for round trip to :\ld.a-:.-

so and we beg a thousand It is about time some of the d '!. 'reclaim( the disregard- 'law and of Fourth na and River Junction |:l'.5: .',

pardons for wounding the PensibiUtte reputable- conditions about the union human life.PROTEST Declamation, "Robert Salette"] for producing the most Fare from Milton same as Ir-'F'! f'.na'
good work in '
saoola. ticker '
; of our esteemed friend. Col. depot'-were"-cleared away and prohibited r 'Annie McDonald. the shortest time with the least effort. Purchase your

Choate. With this apology ,we trust With five bar rooms there, THROWNOUTBY 12. Declamation, "Christmas Nightin j l Write today for full description. ticket office. :'; 'r.
COMMITTEE the Quarters mncis :Miller. For_ further, information app
the main point at issue now be several restaurants Local Agents wanted for KING,
may negro and, a 13. "Row, Boatman, Row!' unoccupied territory, Factory ROBT. -
. .is order. crowd of anywhere from 25 to 250 (Continued from First. Page) 14. Declamation Archie: Dsan,"- -

. Let us 'say In the beginning, however worthless negro loafers hanging Myrtle Warren. ARiTHMOCRAPH CO. you cream in MONDAY WE WILL SELL SEA
that they alone should go into the second 15. MajestIc Bldg.! ChicagoJACKSONVILLE YARDS i1.'
. that The Journal will not pub about the place neither the lives of primary. Declamation." "Your UncleZekle's Satisfaction ISLAND SHE-ETIiNG! 25
Carpet, -Cebelle Warren.. ., CUT.
lish & "complete list of the drainagep8lers' of .
officers nor citizens who '
All Musf Run Again.- 16. 'Come ,
Fields. ,
Away to the FLA. PHONE 1326 F. E. BFfAWNER'S.Department -

I. in, the drainage district," happen 4.., to be .passing that way are The contest wasP finally settled by.I 17. Declamation, "The Unexpected 204! West Bay, :Street, BO&SO. Prop i : Store.

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Special is The Journal. ;: J ,
AT I ,'-" :-.f ..t;
fit. Andrews, May 26.-Mr. W. R. .. :
Grills, who with his wife has been w .: i ii I
I >>25 t 1mRE
visiting his parents in Old Town fo/i S ,

FALK'S the past few months' left on the Saturday STATE T[ i, j :
morning trip of the "Lucy H. t: !
via Pensacola forTexarKana.. Mrs. ,:: t ,1
Grills will join him later '!
.An- __. ini\ovatipn"you'll 1PP reclate. Air. Geo. Allen and family, of Lake- SPRING CLEARANCE SALEF
land, Florida, are among the new ;
Would. you 'save money on Millinery? citizens of St. 'Andrew and in tae Rumored t that h Florida East Coast F ...
near future Mr. Allen, expects to establish '
Sale we launch Monday means the biggest a business of some sort in our Ry.:,Will Build Across the -. .I, tii '

economy of the year. vicinity.Dr. : '\ MAY 28 TO JUNE 2. Mr. !
and Mrs."W. G. Mitchell'are Peninsula.
You wont let. this opportunity get away visiting in Wewahitchka this week.

_ from you, will you ? of Among Peoria were the Ill.Misses,passengers Mesdames Kipp and Bartel leaving Kellogg Will Friday -, For some has been rumored Hundreds of Small Ends and Left 1h

y 50 dozen Untrimmed Chiffon Hats Bartel, Hand Bartel and. J Dudley Bar- that the Florida East Coast Railway
would eventually build a line across

t aIr shapes and colors, values up to 75 C { on tel.Born Saturday: To, Mr.a daughter.and Mrs. Atkinson, the Coast state country connecting, but nothing with the a'efmite West Overs Go on Sale !!,', :'
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$3.00 Monday choice has yet been given out-so as is known -
,d your Arrangements are being made to f ':
here T.he.Tampa. Herald, however,
hold a union Sunday school picnic on '
I Ii i Thursday, May 31 at Harrison. has recently heard the rumor and Monday Morning1//1-11 ]
25 nTrimmed Ready-to-Wear Hats and ''Miss GertrudeGainer is visitingher publishes thg following: ;
sister Mrs. E. A. Register. Persistent rumors are 'being circulated 1;; :
Sailors and Dented effects, 15 Prof. Corson of Kinsley, Ala., is a in Tampa to the effect that the H
regular prices range from $1.50 to C guest of Mr. J. M. Conway and on Florida East Coast Railway intendsto at ridiculously low prices-to make space for the im- r 1 ':
of road from a desira- ;
last most ably filled the M. '
,. $3.00, Monday your choice E- church pulpit and delivered fins tie point on the East Coast to the mense quantities of Mid-Summer Goods now arriving. --t 1 31:s

sermons both morning and evening. pebble phosphate region. It is said, PRICES ARE OF SMALL CONSEQUENCE to. fLf .;
in connection with this, that Barlow
10 dozen Children's White .StrawSailors Mr. Bryan Ervin and family arc
\ among the first of the Marianna vise in their objectivepoint, and from us for this Clearance Sale. Bargains unheard of before l :1-- ::
({ silk streamers, the kind you 15 tors who have come for the summer, there the road will continue across a
\. always pay $1.50 for, your choice C th't? are pleasantly located at old the Stats to Tampa. prevail so long as the goods last. : J .;
The East Coast Railway people, it .
town. Some are big specials worth to 75c-during f/t ;
Monday The steamer Thistlewood called on U learned, have hen seriously con- up

Friday to get 600 barrels of naval sidering this proposition for some sale at 19c. Others are left-overs of large shipmentsof :: 'r. <
and since
TRIMMED MILLINERY. stores. months there has been so

many endeavoring to get such a regular "Kress' Values," at from lc to 14c. There :;;. rare s
scheme on foot it is probable that the
150 Trimmed Hats at Radical Price Reductions, new and fresh, The Life Insurance. big East Coast system is' gOIng to also a few goods slightly soiled ora little damaged:1; : '. :

made of the y finest materials nothing but new Summer $5 00 started tae to head off the government
very muddle has public ,:
China and with little nicks made .
Crockery by .
styles. A marvelous collection. Values from $8 to$15 Monday choice thinking. The wonderful success that The Florida East Coast system has handling, ; r ;
has met Ballard Horehound Syrupin ample capital to put such a plan into which won't effect their usefulness. :,' -1" ..i
150 Trimmed its'crusade on Coughs, Influenza, execution and it is sincerely hope, t. .
Hats. TfcJ former prices of these Hats were$5 to $7.50 when com

pared with Millinery generally sale in dry goods stores. We shall clean $2.50 =Bronchitis started and'the all Pulmonary public to thinking troubleshas that If the the East movement Coast will Railway materialize.decidesto I WAY-DOWN BARGAIN PRICES.New ii;' f'::

them out Monday at half price: Selection consists of the-fashionablecoors! of this wonderful preparation. They go ahead with !such; a project it is

and new straws. Take your choice Monday at' .- are all using it.. Join the procession a foregone'conclusion that the invest- lots will be put out each day this week as r : ;1
ment will be '
and down with sickness. Price 25c, a good one. Such a road
Extra Salespeople Everything to make quick and Satisfactory sales. 50c and $1.00. Sold by all druggists. will mean much for the counties and long as the goods last. :t <;1
towns through which it would pass,
SALES STARTS AT 8 O'CLOCK and there ;should be no trouble in securing A regular Spring Clearing-Up Sale. L; .j.jt

-_.- ." -. '. ANTEED. MONDAY WE WILL SELL. 1.00 On Sale Monday 9 a. m: : 1,1: :,
---- -- -' --- -- --- -- GLOBE CORSETS AT 50c.F. :
Department Store. E.Department BRAWNER'S Store., Oak Finished Center Tables, ; !.:.t ;
O. Hogge, Menge Albert Corry, El- 11
QUINCY NEWS wood Malone,' and. Julian, Howard. I Getting Around Her. 25 cents. (.(: r'.!', :
This party was in the nature of a FALCO ALA. HATS AT THE M. & 0. CLOTHING fr *- I
Extra Special and worth $1. ;
"No the with
OF INTEREST!I : farewell to Mr Will Corry who left snapped woman GENUINE IMPORTED PANAMA "
on Saturday for New York, where he the square chin, "I don't want no STORE $3.50, WpRTH 500. L '
will spend a few weeks,' before goingto burglar alarms!1" Odd 25c Left-Over Specials, 17c, i '; .-

Annapolis' .to. enter. the.. U.. S. Naval "Then the lady next door was '
value to 75c.
Special to The Journal "11'i! I .
Jlrs-: A. D. Covington returned onWednesday.frania right, suppose, rejoined the (
ITEMS'! GATHERED. DURING. : :visit' :t
THE- PAST WEEK. ville.= ;' ,- Miles was in Pensacola, .this week-on did she say?" queried the COMMENCEMENT !!WATCH i; t 1
Miss Hue 1\1:1: 'Crawford left'lon Saturday business. chinned female, somewhat flSS'W1NDOW4S7'G- ''
to spend several weeks with The Falco mill is not running this square I :
tri;w'i in Tallahassee:; J week on account of heavy shipmentsof eagerly. .
Quincy, May 26.On Friday even: .'Mrs- Henry''* Davisa .prominent lumber.! There are orders on hand "Oh, she didn't say very much," EXERCISES AT COLORED : -: "# ;

as: Mr. Will Corry gave a very"delightful 'young. man of '.Gainesville i was here for nearly 100 cars to be< shipped as answered; the. agent. "After purchasing INSTItTUTION.WILL COM. r t ll .io 1 ..& 1 1 N 1bJ. 1- ',
}: swimming party at .Lillian last Monday.: __, _.;... 1 __ ,early as possible and labor,is so scarce two of r the alarms she said i .
Springs, his guests being Mrs. W.f.. Mrs. J. E. Davidson, returned last, that the ,mill crew must do the load- it would be ajnraste of time to MENCE TO-DAY/ !!
E. Davidson, and !
Mrs. J. Air. visit to
Corry, Sunday from a: .very pleasant ing. E'
:Mrs A. D 'Covington, Mr. and Mrs. relatives in Montie no. I l here, as you: had nothing worth "
Mr. WU}: Albert lost $46 by a sneak .
R S. Monroe Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Williamson Invitations. were' receives' this stealing.
; Miss. Mary Davidson, .Mists week to the marriage of Mr. Paul!. thief entering his room while he was "The. impudent thing!" exclaimed The commencement exercises of Summer '
Buena Crawfora': Miss Hazel Underhill Thomas! of this city; to' Miss Ruby asleep and taking the money from the colored Normal l echoool, corner E
Mss Lelia :McFarlin, Messrs. W. Moore of Livipgston, Alabama, on his pocket. the other indignantly. "Here, Reus and Gadsden streets, begin today ,
June,the fifth':- Mrs. J. H. Givens, of Laurel Hill} was give me half a dozen of them with the annual sermon by Rev. '
Messrs. :Rabe, dove and Julian in town this week spending a:few. days alarms!I"Chicago News. Sylvester Weeks at 11 a. m. in the r
Howard made ft short trip'to.Lanark wth friends. school buU, 1ing. Following is the
this week. I If the weather continues as it has program: i ;
How to Exercise the Captain! W. '!B. Denham, General' so far tihs year the farmers of this King Edward's Bodyguard. :Annual Sermon, by Rev. Sylvester .: "

Bowels Manager of the G.- F. and< A. R. R., section will) certainly raise extraordi- The English bodyguard of gentle- Weeks: D. D., Sunday May 27, at 11 Toilet Goods '
Mr. D. A. Kirkland and Mr. John F. nary crops. Among the most extensive men-at-arms, which is the "nearest o'clock a. m., at School Building. t
Lanb, also promtgerrt; "roflicials- the. farmers in this section: is D. D. guard" to his majesty, is limited in Monday, :May 28, at School Build t : :
are lined inside "Toad, were in town last! Monday. :Miles, who has nearly 70 acres in corn, ing Tests, Literature Societies.
Mrs. Judge Trogdon'left 'on Thurs- cotton, cane, potatoes, etc. numbers and composed of officers Tuesday May 29, at 2:30 p. m..
fOUR'lnteStines of suckers, that i day for a visil' .of.omeda.ys in. Jack- who have seen active service, who Commencement Exercises at K. of P. ;
from food as sonville. JUST IN-IA BG! LINE OF THE are of a certain height and under Trlall. Annual: Address by the Rev. : Hi.
passes But if the food Mr. J. W. Booth has been appointed -I CELEBRATED BUCKSKIN fifty of at the date of appointment P H; Whaley, D. D., Rector of ChristChurch
passes too slowly it decays before it gets I; local agent of.the". G; F. and A.! BREECHES. EVERY 'PAIRGUAR.ANTEED. years His age majesty personally this city. i. THAT .
I i i.R Tuesday, May 29, at 8 o'clock p. m.
railroad. .
through. Then the. little suckers draw-Poison ., < ?v. C.: B. Wright has returned selects the officers who form his Annual Concert at K. of P. Hall, Primary .
F. E.
from it instead of Nutrition. This Poison I t
Chat ,and the Department.
guard appointmentis
from Baptist Convention English
makes Cas that Department_ Store. Wednesday, May 30, at 2:30: m. =
a injures p.
your system more tanooga, Tenn. i looked upon as a great onor. The EVERY
than the food should have nourished it. I I gentlemen-at-arms receive pay, and Address by -. ... at School Build !
The usual remedy for this delayed pass- they are called upon for duty on the Wednesday, May 30, at 8 p. in., An- .
age (called Constipation) is to take a big occasion of all court ceremonies in nual Concert of the Advanced = LADY E :

dose of Castor Oil. I | SAGE(j LEAVES I ISp London or at Windsor, but they are Clashes at K. of P. Hall.

'* H never taken away from England.
vy t :
: '
This merely make slippery the passage 'I' Their mess is a very good one, and NECROLOGYGoodrich = WANTS. E :,

for unloading the current cargo. they constantly have the honor of
t r to The 'Jourpal.
It does not help the Cause of delay a j entertaining royalties. The captaincy -
Clifford. '
Brent, 26. -Gentle showers
trifle. It does slacken
the Bowel-Muscles, of the gentlemen-at-arms is a political ;
I. have in those
made. an improvement
and weakens them for their next task. I Goodrich Clifford, aged 65 years, f*
Another Is totake i i; crops 'which' were not: too far gone. EPSf appointment and carries 1- died at his home at the head of Big Wash Rags__-______-________-_______10andl5c :
remedy a strong The green plums' are Increasing in ;l Y QUALITY 200 a year. afternoon. He had .

"Physte." like Salts, Calomel Jalap, Phosphate I' size, and th wilting corn' has takelr :a r 9. ,. lived Bayou Jn yesterday this section of the state all ,n Bath Brushes._______________1______50c' to $1.50 :
of Sodium,Aperient Water or any of I.| new life. But many things weretoo I I Lang Tells a Dog Story. i of his Jife 'and was well known to

these mixed. I' far gone-Ya who come rraindeTpf to Florida consumptives for: Andrew Lang tells this dog story, I residents< of this He, of is the a Genuine Florida Sheep Wool Sponges, 25c to $2.00 j; : '
What does the "Physic" do? I i which he him brother Capt. S. ;
restoration! when it-is too late. j says, comes to on I

It merely flushes-out the Bowels with The harvested 'oats: which were jI good secondhand evidence: "A gentleman bar The pilots.funeral, services! will be held Rubber Sponges____________________50c to 3.00 ,:
a waste of Digestive Juice, set flowing into short and Ughtlfilled have passed had a Newfoundland dog of at home of deceased at 3 p. m. today "

the Intestines through the tiny suckers. j I beyond from the daily state' receive How importantit any benefits t I great intelligence. He had also a and interment will be in Warringtos Rose Crystals, per bottle________ ___________50c 5*

Cascarets are* the *only safe medicine for I,[ to do every thing in the right Bottling Up. pair far,too of fat.carriage lie horses told his which coachmanto were cemetery. Bath Tablets, any odor per box _____________25c !

the bowels. r The mosquito business will rsquirj dock their corn. This was done, !&
do i I prompt attention ,With all the All kinds of Talcum Powder-our leader, per- fSt
They acra\
not waste any precious fluid of : The' Winter's butthe steeds were as corpulent as
multiplied duties of old "Uncle Sam"the / THOUSANDS :
te IN
Bowels, as "Physics" do. I is now away down in Panama, ever. The coachman suspected that ,, ;J fumed, per box_________________________25cHooton's t
They do not relax the Intestines by greas- with "his striped pants rolled: up to Sweets some, member! of the. Society For > I ,
l"g: them inside like Castor Oil or Glycerine. his knees, pouring ten' barrels of oil ",," Promoting Comfort rff Animals of Homes i! f9 ,

They simply stimulate the' Bowel- per day on 0e} stagnant waters of was surreptitiously feeding the Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is re- "

Muscles to do their work naturally, comfcrtably the canal strip, ai astrategcal: move- IJ Don't take long chances on your ho'rses. He therefore concealed garded as the best and safest medicinefor I'
I ment !n the war against.Miss Stego- old with ordinary family uses. Past exper- Shampoo Paste withouti t
and nutritiously.Cascarets njyia. fruit spoiling by using jars himself and watched. The dog came has won their confidence i

; are as safe to use constantly) Let mere: De no stagnant pool within faulty caps and. worthless?:rubber lumbered painfully up a ladder I I and ience as wrrtrit a result their medicine chest q

*J they, are pleasant to take. I the corporate limits'of Pensacola rings. I into the loft above the mangers and always contains a bottle.Hosteller's. I i for the /- / .
without an, application of kerosene shook an open sack of oats therein, ; tar, a sample :
They1 are put up in thin,flat,round-corn- from now until frost G New ones-cost too little'owa- EC that the cereal fell into the man- .
fed Enamel boxes, s"th'y; can: be carried In my last--budget-I-should have days to run nsk. rsThe horses looked and I g
announced that the church benefit any g up
b a man's, vest pocket, or in a woman's I was held! at Prof., Allen's instead: of IJ Fruit,sugar spices and heat cost money; ,were fed." / Stomach i i I asking. :1 i
P-rse all the time without bulk or trouble. at the school: 1 house. It would regalrc'but : :1
hard if ) and it
( fascinating :
the labor is I f
The time to tako ,f?w cakes tai: build a village J; H
a Cascaret is not- Old For China.
them? I It is
church, at 'festfyarprices. Fiftytwodollars takes time-so",why waste BittersjSTOMACH
%) when you are Sick, but when you dne the old When Wong Kai Kah was temporarily !
L was realized for at the much cheaper to consign jamto; '
suspect you need one. Price,.IOe box. Brent ,supper Friday .nigbL. the heap. Rubber rings can' be a sojourner here-alas, is very deserving

Be very careful to get the genuine Was the'rake 50 :enonnouslr largeor used in rubbish safety but once-even though the II that this oriental gentleman! who I ii h'I'Elf' of this honor Its for 53, i HOOTON'S PHARMACY l.The l.
tae: during
only by the the purchaser nearing the i
fed: never sold Sterling in Remedy Company point was of starvation'Since jars and caps are perfect J. endeared: himself to all who met years' experience I ,
Every tablet. 1 him' is more-one of his new
I it has never failed
S4nped! "CCC.FREE ."- the Newell family left for fJ J Anolher thing, be sure you are baying '
asked him to
Chicago their fine Jersey cow came die factories 'sell sseco di/ j made acquaintances as in cases of
'firsts'- >\ 10 a
up dead inthe' pastor: (field. It ap- dealers. the antiquity ef his family. Sick Headache, Birthplace of f Prompt Delivery, ;'.
peared to )have" been "murdered" by some "Oh," he said, with naive modes- .
TO OUR READERS some human brute, bat ,there Is no Cj| But. rc't'otis. I t and with a twinkle in Poor Appetite t
ty { yet merry :
bas been "butch:r."_ u Nausea, Cramps 1100. t:
LIt arranged to mall free A clue to the ,his eve family is now in China. Phone
l'a'tifalllttle_ French-desllned GOLDhardenameled A gentleman-: who bit lived wits "my Indigestion, t; ;
trinket box, in from >f Indeed we have nothing to boastof J
took his departure
Pretty Newells
colors, a handsome the. J Dyspepsia, .
lIIost lIberal offer ornament i, premise a, few"hours prevous ta: to long'establishment in that t
""illt ever made, and we the p : Ij I as tfQtfStfSffltf 1lr 'f oft( "r t 't.l t :
every reader to have one. Ten I .dead Jers ). j is Constipation
teats III .I g,:of the < country, for we have been there ,
stamps* is asked as a measure thMrs.
far Ohio i Malarial Fever. -
H QOOd *lth and to cover cost of Cas- MaohalJleaves- us ,; 107 PALAFOX STREETPENSAGOLA only 2500; years, having come from it
roadts with which this dainty box is J.,.I this Saturday 'at:.noon. She will stop, 1 1I One bottle will t .
n place to the south and east'of the
Cincinnati The Journal
1 for
.send today, be sere 19 mention this off a few days'at< IC siau see.-Indiapapolis News. prove its merit Subscribe -

L ra,. dress r and Sterling write your Remedy address Company plainly t Dayton :THUS-"MCMILLAN.: .I I 5. ....:_" t-.. -lT1 J : .. '" Try. it today: ,

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.' : LESLIE E. BROOKSREAL !Pot Sail neI :Real Estate 'For 1 j .---pListof- '. .

.Des rable For

Sale ." ,
.By _

J IN PENSACOLA. RENTS COLLECTED: MONEY: i A desiraible piece of' property with 145 ft. frontage on E.
;' I St convenient to Union Depot, with two
L. S. BROWN 6 CO. Wright store
13 lots In ,City
LOANED.. block 158, New, :. buildings, and a dwelling upon same. ..' .. .. .. .. .$11,500
are beautiful lots for dwelling
:1 Every public improvement in Pensa-' 25 beautiful lots fronting both Baylen and Palafox streets, on
: FOR SALE purposes. ..' S SLots .j $ 700-.'For quick sale we can offer 4 ; .. ... .
North.Hill.....-. ,..' .. . .. .. .. . 4,000
.' cola means a corresponding advance- $ 800- x>t on North.Hill 60 feet W 1 to 5 block 148 New-.City;"If. lOts In block 132. New' City ,Large one-story' dwelling on DeVilliers street near Garden St.,

ment in the value of 120deep. One block from cal sold- atfo ce"U75.00'per'lot.: < -1 south front; come:quick If you with -lot 50x180. t T,' WI ... .. .. ... .. .. ., 3350 '

i line. This is cheap. Lots 16 to 22, block-'65, West King, want them. i Ten lots lit block'150', New City Tract, each 40x137&. .... 800 ;
.: 650-A block of 20 lots on East Hill, Tract $350.00. $5500()-Elegant' 2 story residence on Block 120,:NewCltyTract: Containing 20 lots, convenient to

Resident and Business Property each 40 by 137w A chance to We have number of lots in good East Hill fronting"public square, East mJ'li>street car line, and also Bayou. .. . .. .. .3i0ooTwostory
double your'money. !locations in 'oftown desired.. large lot, modern, newly papered dwelling North Barcelona St. near Gregory. 2,500

41000( -;iA 4 room house, East Romana any part 'and painted. Northwest, quarter of,block 60, West King Tract, containing.six

People with idle' money, or money near Tarragona. This will bf For particulars and prices apply to I 12500-7' room '2 'story'dwelling convenently I ots.i:. IT' ... ... .-.- .... .. . .. . 45Q

s earning less than 8'and 10' cent, business property. _," I IMcDavidfiyer : located,. near school Two cottages on West .Zarra' ossa St, centrally located and

per 4 700 House and lot East .Intenden and street car. good renters; for the two. .:. .. : .' .. .. . .. . 1,250
should see our list of property. Nearly. cia,.lot 40 by 170. -$20,000-Splendid warehouse ,site, 110 Large on -Iitory and a half dwelling at 331 East Intendencla St.,

every one are money makers. $1200 Two houses East Government x140 fronting 3 streets. near R lot 40x170. .... .0 ., .. .I.. ,. .. .. .. . . .. 1,200
street, each renting $7.00; year._ Company R. and water front.
Iy rents $168. ; will pay 14 per WANTED-'For desirable customers
cent. Agents New' York I homes; prices' between $1500 I HOOTON & WATSON.

!lnOOO-For two blocks East Hill near Life Insurance Company.I 1 I and $3500.

Pensacola bayou and on proposed extend ..MONEY. TO LOAN in large or small Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency
Company S E: Government street. I amounts '
slon of car line. long and short time.
l double when car line is extend Phone 7CO. Pensacola. Fla. I LIST your PTOertY.with us":for sale. PHONE 54 No. 37 S. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L"

4. H. D'ALEMBERTE, City Manager. ed. II I
201Thlesen. 6ldg., Phone 915For
$ 500-:-one block East Hill, north ol --
.1 W. KNOWUS, President B.. B. SIMPSON, Secretary. Stoddart's. '1, Wanted

*:J.E. ST1LLM1N, V.-Prej. ani Gen. Minaf I OWLS HYER Tmsurar. 41250-Quarter block, 200 -feet front* --=

ing south by 187 H deep. on 16th, WANTED-EverybodV to call' and Farm Tur'entine or SALE
I Kael Estate, loans, General Investments. I FOR
Ave. on car Una 'A bargain y see the Perfect (Pantry. Lawhornand I Timber Lands, Will Double In

215 South Palafox Street Pensacola Florida. overlooks bayou. Blackburn, agents, 109 E. Government I LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall All kind of real estate for sale or

11000-.4 lots, one a tsorner, overlooking ..' street. 27maylm i on or_Addrcss rent North Hill, and' East Hill va
bayou'and 'bay, near car I choice ones at
Some very
cant lots.
I---- line.! A good home diet commissary. Goo l accommoda-] Turner & Aymard bargains for homes' or investment
-- ------___ ___ tions and location. Excellent salary i good Value Inside
WHY NOT BUY AND MAKE with Real Estate and Abstrat Co.
SOME promotion to right man. Aa--i P. 0. Box 115 DeFunlak FlaWANTED. One large lot on R. R. good factoryor -
MONEY; OTHERS ARE MIAKINb dress with references, Hoed & h.ll,1 I warehouse site. One' water front

GOOD PROFITS IN REAL ESTATE P. 0. Box S51, Atlanta, Ga. It* lot that a purchaser could make no.

Double Your WHILE YOU ARE ASLEEP. GET IN WANTE'I> A 12 or 14 foot skiff. Ap- mistake to buy. One 40-acre farm. ofaYear

Money THE BAND WAGON OR YOU WILL ply, stating particulars and price. I ana'' one of 160 acres, both near Pen I
BE LEFT BEHIND.;: Taos. C. Watson. 37 S. Palafox. sacola.
All kinds of real estate InVest' Florida and 27 : Four choice brick business houses
are steadily rapidly FOR RENT : may. 1: tick furnished if desired. GuaranI .
increasing in price, and there is no chance to lose if you invest your WANTED-Position lumber' on Palafox St. for sale. Fine! Invest- That is what a great deal of real: e-
money in it Prices have more' than doubled within the past three 6 room house, E. Intendencia .. $15 as- marker -I"I teed. Crapet takenup, ;and matting ment property. Few choice offices]t tate In Pensacola Is going to an am
or .hippingclerkw1th: good sawmill laid if desired. Leave orders at: have some nice offerings in all kinds of real estate, in 6 room house, Guillemard, near Y. M for rent. some of it Is in the following lIst
-c. ... . . . firm; sixteen year's experience. Green & Watson. Phone 193.7marJ rich and I
either large or small tracts. \ e can sell YOUR lands, no matter :. . .$Hi Address' Box 61, Paxton,"Fla.26May2t I Turpentine men get Half block in News City fron-ing
where they are. .\ have gOOd' turpentine business for Calafonia square .. . .$75
LESLIE E. BROOKS __ ,.", 'Board and Rooms. _I II sale cheap. ,15 crops' boxes plenty Half\ block in East King Tract, t la

BUTLER & SIMMONS OUR 1'fOTTO-HQnest: weight and round timber lease on which together settled neighborhood; '. . ,$703
;iPhone 412 FIsher! BuIldingHLPWANTED honest dealings.: California Evap-I BOARDERS WANTED-iAt 226 N. Al-] with boxes good seven years schedule of One-fourth block on Toledo square

LAWYERS AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS, I : orated Peaches, 15c per pound, 2' Ibs. I caniz-street; nice cool rooms, good! Write or call and see New City . .. .. .. . .$300

CHIPLEY. FLA. '/ : for 25c; Cal'fornia Evaporated Prunes i table; terms reasonable.Irs.: Dora I property. Lots on 11th and 12th avenues,New

lOc per Ibs., 3.Ibs. for 25c; fine London .!Donaldson. 27mayl6t City, at. .. ... . ,goo
J ------. ". 1. p .: 200x132% feet on East Hill ca- ;
--w-- -- I[Layer Ibs. for,25c, ; Heinz Apple FURNISHED ROOMS with or without I.
line .. .. .... .. .. .
,- r J1250
TWO Butter. crock toc. E.
-- -- I TRAVELING SAMENwanted per B. Hoffman board. Central location, 1 block 315J/2 South Palafox "
Lt).-_ -- In'each state; salary $125 & Son, 57 E. Gregory St.- Phone I from postoffice. Mrs. Mamie Cole, 116 Lots in East King Tract or We.:
per month and expenses. Sampies 825. W., Intendencia St. 23may2w King Tract very cheap and on ea-"
tree; experience unnecessary.' California .15m.aY1m.1 HOTELS. r terms. Improved property in We-

I Cider & Flavoring Co., Box WANTED-The public! -to FOR RENT-One or two newly fur -nruwrrflflfltLt t'CflfltC Wtffl King Tract, netting 10 per cent on ::i-

A Home Savings r 1347, St. Louis, Mo. It. the Pensacola Building Association nished front rooms; southern expos I vestment -
I I. MoQASKILL HOUSE Freeport Fla.Good See in regard Lake
us to View
WE SECURE PpanTONS-Any: has decided to follow the lead of the ure; with privilege of phone. Location Hav
progress'.ve; younfc men who have meals, 'good beds. Patronageof en Property. Prettiest place in Ne '
line, anywhere. Demand for high : desirable and near business center -
OVER 10,000,000 AMERICAN PEOPLE PAY INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE estab-I public solicited. Rates City is 'Bayou Texar.
grade commercial technical and mechanical lished that modern and- 422 W. Gregory. 13maylw traveling and on
AND ARE PREPARED FOR THE EXPENSES OF SICKNESSAND help exceeds the supply! thoroughfare, D Luna street, and that $2.00 per day. Mrs. :M. McCa&kill,

DEATH.american. Writs for particulars. National Employment they are an up-to-date* and modern FURNISHED ROO Is-: entrany lo Proprietress. < 27mayI D. Hale Wilson & Co.

Association, Century Bldg.. firm; and have taken offices cated. Best rooms in the city cool, I Phone 234 15 South Palafox
Atlanta, Ga. It* at 210 DeLuna St.., and are clean beds., Apply 128% East' Government PARK HOTEL-Why pay $2.50 ,per I

Life Insurance Company ready t.o" serve the... ,public Intue' St 4maylm day when you can get as good room i!

HEll, WiAJNTElD . or .. .. building,line. General contracting and bed for 50c. Coolest pace! in
the life |JUTTED-50 Laborers. Apply at and repair work a specialty, plans THREE PLEASANT ROOMS to rent Pensacola, and you can go out and get I FOR RENT
is only straight legal
company organized: in Florida.
once. Goulding Fertilizer Co. 27m specifications furnished with estimates with privilege of light house keep what you want to eat. One block from .-wuwLnwLrtrL JWVLrWtflflL nswut Wufl

HOME OFFIbE, TAMPA. CAPITAL STOCK $500,000 :MEN 91.00 monthly made passing on,., short notice. Jas. M. ing, 301 W. Chase. 3anr, postoffice. 22may FOR RENT.-'A 4-room and iui. -
Johnson, Jlgr., L. Redenback tage, 405 'cvChase St. Cli.d t rand
bills, tacking signs. etc. Life busiiiass. NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for
ISSUES ENDOWMENT AND LIFE POLICIES FROM $50 TO $10,000 No Continental Smay renton I Gas. Inquire at Fkner Rea,; i.y
canvassing. North Hill car line It yiDER&-The: Hotel
.. _. tae Agency. I'
', :
Distributing Service Chicago, Ill. It ; very desirable. Apply 208 jf. Gadsden Hyatt is now open for spring) and sum-
Pensassola Office: Brosnaham WANTED S3uildin : hand furniture street. RENT-A fie room
WANTED Practical
turpentine 25aprll mer trade. People who wish to rest
.a.r.\L1 salary bought and sold. Ring phone 754 cottage with .
woodsman at once good for and build up, the Hyatt Is the place.
or call at 112 S. Tarragona St. PLEASANT place to 1107 E. Cervantes
H. C. board on North street Two block
class Rose best most
first man. Apply & Dasher .j Hotel Hyatt is the and up-
Q'Hara. 2may Hill, on car line. Address No.8, from street car. Apply to H \v.Grbbs .
I Point Washington Fla. north Atlanta beau-
26may8t, I to-date hotel of ; '
FOR SALENew I care Journal. ,27mar located to eat good care of Forbes Store.
FOR SALE SURETY BO\"DS-The American tifully ; plenty ;
eght! room house with hall, 10th Apply at 619 N. Palafox. 20mayE ] prepared to execute at this city with thts' ofiice. They are .all clean healthy; no mosquitoes; no malady; a FOR RENT! -Very cheap, a dehgh'f ,i
Ave. and 16th St. This place has to be 10 lots in beautiful New City block. out delay Bonds and and nice. home-like place to rest: ;. 87 miles location on bay shore, close to el- .
Southern.exposure. Excellent view of E WANTED Girl to learn tailor trade. quired in the'courts, and for the performance north of Atlanta on L. and N. railroad.D. trie car; bathing and fishing! Fink;
seen to be appreciated .. .,$1750 bayou and bay. A pretty site for a Apply at once to J. Weiland. 132 E. of contracts. Wm. D. Howe, M. Hyatt, Proprietor, Ellijay, Ga. place for camping parties, wiTh pier .

Lots 3, 4 and 5, block 140, New'home. .. .. ., .. .. .$1800) Intendencia SL 28maylw attorney 14% E. Government St. Miscellaneous 19maylm. of house room. (Apply Fisher Rta.

City. .. .. . ., .. .$600 $450. I I 2maylm. ,rtumntruw..mmJunjn jnnnra Estate Agency 206 Palafox Si
Blocks! 125 and 126 Petteraon AJdition (I TEAMING WANTED-W can give EXCURSION TO SANTA! ROSA ISLAND
OLD :MILL INN-On front. Opens 25may.
I Buys one whole block of 20 lots on' for to WANTED.-All klnfts vt electrical : ; .bay
steady employment twelve
The steamer
Capt. Fritz .
water front, new six room! June 1. Large, airy and delightfully -
East Hill. None 'better as an investment fifteen work. I sell all kinds of electrical
I teams. Short haul
togging will
house on same . . .$1,600 batteries and other electrical supplies. run an excursion from Freeportto cool. Good fishing bathing and FOR RENT-Two story 8 room IKMI'',
I I good ground. Call on or write R. A. When need the island, leaving Freeport Friday, boating. First class table. On electric with gas, hot and cold water and a,!
me 345
Block 6., East King Tract. .$2,600 FOR RENT. 1& R. H. Bonifay, McDavid, Fla. you or 955. June 1, returning Saturday. Fare, other modern conveniences. ,
E. W. Peake, new Star Laundry build. car line, 15 minutes ride from city. Ad'lr
Lot 7 to 14. inclusive. block Five room cottage East GregorySt 24may. round: LOO.
171 Garden. trip $ 27maylw Regular boarders and transients. or apply 41 E. Chase street 1'tiiia.1'
New City ., . . .$1,600 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....$8.00C.R.YAEGER tag E. 15dec. IN'OTICE-Havlng installed machines Terms reasonable. Address Old :Mill .

ANTED-Unmarrl servant to..stayj I COURT HOUSE DYEING.: Pressing for the manufacture of galvanized Inn Pensacola, Fla.. 4may FOR RENT-Elegant two-ston rrsI ..
on premises. Wages $15.00 per and Cleaning Club 212 N. DeVIHers Iron cornice, skylights, cornice .. I dence, .
J.A. WILSON & Co. gutters I corner Strong and Spr:n;; S -
month. 106 St., Mrs. T. J. Davis Prop. Your ;j
Apply West Cervantes pat
circular mouldings, etc., I am now MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEli-Clarkes-. Apply to C. H. TUrner.1IJn'l .-I!
; No. 202 Theisen Bldg. Phone 686. ,St 22maylw I ronage solicited( ; satisfaction guaran prepared to do sheet metal work of ville, Ga. Nestling among the mountains -' ;
Real Estate Agents, WANTED IMMEDIATELY- carpenters teed. Careful attention given. ladi ,' allkinds on short notice. !Satisfaction of North Georgia. An ideal placeto FOR REDn'-Two very lesirab "j.
garments. Phone 1222. 8M stores on first floor of Manna> a
$2.50 to 3.50; woodturner,,] assured. Estimates cheerfully rest. Scenery and climate unsure' hotel Corner Garden and !-r
Salisbury Building, Room 7 $3.25; blind, sash and door'' .foreman,' WANTED-We want your orders foi given on work in or outside the city. passed. Beautiful walks and drives. Just completed and arranged Bs in :first

$4. All for Tampa; free transporta. 1907 Art Calendars.; : Over 300 original Chas B. Vetter, 18 W. Jntendencia. 365 feet piazzas. Accessible to many ]class shape. For terms, partiuua i

tions from any point; & year's work designs to select from. All Phone698. ., 25maylm points of Interest No ..mosquitoes.; etc., apply Hooton & Watson 2:
guaranteed. Boat sails from :Mobile prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensacola. SANTA ROSA Pavilion, L. S. S. offers Excellent table. 19maylm
PlfjS2J about Tuesday, 22nd Inst. Our fees $5 r 16feb. the best accommodation for I FOR RENT-After May 1, fur l.iwl
\ Also for other HOUSE-DeFuniak I cottage at "All Bay." Address b x
1 per man. want places BROWN Springs.
bathing and recreation
I It: ;li I 41JLii sawyers, filers, machinists, engineers, WANTED.-Electric' work of alt kind. the Gulf of' Mexico. Launch to be found Leclair on I I'' Good beds, airy rooms, elegant 815 Pensacola. 2\ajlf, J

% millwrights, bookkeepers and stenog Let us cnn! .your fans' rca; your leaves city wharf daily at S:00 a. m. meals; free bath and sample rooms. FOR RENT-Second story over !I..ij'

I, ir raphers. Act quick. Those for Tam- dynamo lo jour wirh ;. etc. Puona Phone 659. Chas. H. Burton, M'gr. Special attention to traveling men.I dens truth's jewelry store. Suua1 e
pa work better wire us, your expense. 570. Pensacola! : Elect.: Co.. 205 S. 12may. Rates $2.00 per day. J. R. Brown for offices, sleeping quarters or sto'-
American Registry Co., Mobile, Ala. Baylen. -
rooms. Lee Daniell. ;4a i
I j age
I 20maylw I: If you will look around the house,
I W.A.'P\lTED.-The Merchants Transfer you will! find a lot of ways in whIch HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES FOR RENT-8-room. 2-story foita.1318 -

WANTED Men and boys wanted to Co. wants your moving and hauling you can use old newspapers. You I I -Before laying your carpet or matting I. W. Belmont Apply to \\aiK' ;aItigrah

learn plumbin'g, plastering, brick All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tuor can buy them in any quantity at this buy a supply of old newspapersto ,' m. ; .\pr! .
: Special offer life scholarship Prep. Phone 978. ISjunelm.WANTED. .
laying. office.
f sen. They are put up in bundles,
put underneath and protect it. Only A. R. BINGHAM has storage room h'rent
0 fifty dollars, easy payments'; .-Hauling ana transfer convenient to carry and sold at five five 'ce'nts a bundle at this office. : suitable for furniture or oth-r
position and union card guaranteed .
: cents bundle.MATTRESSES
work. Office phone .363; residence per goods, 104 and 106 South Tarragona
free catalogue. Coyne Bros. Trade FERRELL HOTEL Bneads, Florida.
PICTURE A HOME. phone 390. Acosta & White 22-23 N. St Phone 680 lOno?
r Schools, New York, Chicago. St. Louis.ISmayly. St Rates $2.00 per' day, Nice rooms,
: I however ,humble or magnificent we : Tarragona 25mar.i Mattresses made to order; old ones good beds table the" best J. M. Fer- WANTED.-Real Estate for sale of

can give just what have, in WANTED.-The public to know that renovate New ticks furnished. ell, Prop. llaprHJTEL rent, ]lease or exchange. Your business
you WANTED-Everyone to knowthaf Second hand furniture bought and \\.1''
respectfully solicited. J. A
with old newspapers can be bought at
Save both by conferring us mind. We have a and especiallyfine
-, !when out to buy REAL ESTATE. Sea list of dwellings long for sale or to The Journal has nice, clean old papers < this office' for five cents a bundle. They sold/Upholsterin'g and repairing don VERNON Rates 5? per day. son Real Estate Agent 22% W GOI"ernment '
I for sale cheap. Only five cents 114 E. Belmont St., city, phone 771.
us about some of the following: I i rent. are all clean and nice. Special rate by :week. Special attention street Room 7, Sall'b'irv
Store N. DeVillier street, renting I a, bundle. W ANTKD.-A. R. Davis Mfg. Co., "C. T. Davis, Mgr. tQ traveling men. Free sam- building. Phone 172. 23JanLOST
> Bingham
'for $180 per year.. .. 0". .. .$1503 504 N.. G Street, nice little cottage' WANTED good nurse. Apply C.: I your moving and hauling. He want gu&1i* TAILORING-B. LT Diamond, Tailor.Gents' pie room. Mrs J. P. .Mauldin Prop.

F House on North "C" street cheap on the car line lot 30x125 feet; price H. Turner, corner Strong and antees all breakage. Phone 630. i. : clothing cleaned pressed and loapr.
&t... .... .. ... .. .. I .$600 $600.00. Tepalred on short notice. No. 11% HOTEL >1
House on East Ara'gon street only, i iI len Sts. 8may A..VfED-To sell a lot of old papers West Government St, Pensacola. Fla SOVTHERN-Open all the -_ --

,.,.. .. ..-S .S .... ... .. ..$650 I REIAL EST.A.TE'. I I WANTED-First-class Barber for colored at 5c a 'bundle. Apply at this offlea. Idee. year. American and European plan. I..03T--on East Hill car Fnd. afternoon
I' They are all whole, clean and! Special summer rates. First-class: in between six and > IJ' ,
land seven
98 acres of good farming a.bargaln ( .. trade. Ring 10101 ,ring or J, H. PORTER, sallmafcer. 716 South I '
% at .. ...... .. ... ...51003 of all kinds; business properties, lots,:t call at Sylvester Campbell Store,near! nice. i Palafox street. Orders I every respectPleasant and conven white muslin dress, new, trimrn : R '
taken for lent Mrs. T.
L. \
blocks in West King Tract. etc. Don't buy or rent until you have' Bowen, Prop., Pen, lace. Reward for return to \
; Four dummy depot, Warrington Fla, WANTED-To buy old gold and silver tents, awnings, camp stools and house sacola. Fla. -
each. ...t.s .. ..... .. '.. .$1000.. found what we have, to offer. i i 24 apri. I broken up stuff regardless! of cotS.etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan.I, 15apr I Belmont St. -7j.'i ,JUY.TA

We have numerous other proper.' sizes. Cash paid. LlgiltmanKlein.. : THE BROWN rooms,1good I : 'gold"4 leaf clover >'.(';; 1 I-' ,
ties listed with us and it would pay Fisher Real 1 Estate Agency 106 E. Wright Phone 1127. SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinz'.e Oert-I beds. Free HOUSE bath-Airy with diamond in center; 1"-' -: j :
: you to consult us before making your WANTED ing &: Co.. wholesale and retail ship and sample T,
while R-"war'
investment 1 1 I W .NTED-Al1 owners of 'chandl rs and grocers, only first-class 1 room. $2 per, ,day. Special attention day on depot car. ,
ttrtrtfl-UrJ-UWr] u-t nr trr $ S-- poultry to. c 1'
I COLLECTION OF RENTS A return to W. W. Richards i
house of kind in .Fair to traveling mm- J. R.Brown. Prop
We are In receipt of advices from know that we are agents for the eel. city prices to all. -4J'd: : fI
house. : -
.. the fire Insurance companies represented SPECIALTY' WANTED. position, as/ cook in railroad ebrated Conkey's Poultry Remedies. MiLTON UPHOLSTERING: SHOP DeFuniak Springs. Fla. ISmarlm
by us 'That all losses in Cal.l j I 87. 206 S. Palafox St.I camp or saw mill. Address Guaranteed to F.:
I Phone "Cook," cure rupe, cholera Willie Mims, Proprietor. Furniture CENTRAL HOTEL,' CHIPLEY- LOST-Gold filed wa'.caandfo-:
,ifornia conflagration will be 'promptly!! I care Journal.2may1w' gape and to kill fleas 1'ce and mites. repairing of all kinds, carpets depot Large and well Op. gin works, 15 jewels. im'ials oa: 'l
paid: and that THEY WILL CONTINUE Also I I lighted ,' .
their wonderful producer. F. laid furniture packed for .",* *
egg >
WANTED--Your stenographic work. shipping rooms. Free sample room. Meals at fob J.C.. P.. number of case -
I INDEMNITY TO FURNISH AGAINST ABSOLUTE LOSS 3Y I I SIR KNI HTS, ATTENTION! I I II Pensacola Typewriter Exchange, S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. e34. -Phone 63. Next to Tampa Landing. I all hours. ,Special attention to traveling number of works 7548609$5u" ;"'

FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE FOR '.' Regular conclave of, 315 U S. Palafox St Phone 379. ISapr. 22ApriI men. $2.00 per. 'daf" J. jr. Tug- ward for return to William 0''':
ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS. 'r'4' Coeur De Lion Coin-i 23may. CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. gle, Prop. 13marlm Jackson and DeViHers Sts :r.n: !! '
;: I The best meats will not cost you
: Protect 'your home and business mandery Number 1,! than any Floats built to order. Horse shoeIng CHIPLEY HOTEL-Can' Setterllnd": .:
; against loss by fire by insuring with tszi :. Knights Tmplar at WANTED-To hear from some one more at the the poorest kind if you -a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage Prop. Special attention! to commercial" LOST-Oold square medal \\j'h '
7:30 o'clock Monday that wants a New International Encyclopedia right place. Vegetables, Co. 27fb travelers. Free sample enamel on face, and en!:;1 a':'
TIS, ; A night May 28th.' Sojourning I cash or credit. J. B. poultry, beef, pork, etc. Gartland & rooms. Large ropzns with good and bath back. Reward for return So: ( ,,h: *
? Sir Knights Waddell, Box 618, phone 668. Zelius, cor. Baylen and Intendencia. REGULAR HACK LINE-From Chiy- $2 daTe Co.'s store. i"Dia
: ESCAMBIA REALTY CO., Jtare courtesously in 16may2w Phone 1132. 24may let, mak'.ng! connections with mail per ISmarlra' ---'!

vited.. laun h for points on. St. Andrews: bay. BAY Ht'TEL.-Opea ELL5C)
204'S. Street night and day. MONDAY WE WILL I S
; Telephone 1052. HARRY W. GIBBS, WANTED:-The publio to know that SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED Extr teams for traveling men. Good European plan., R Qvm. light and ISLAND SHEETING, 25 YARDS $1
wa can do all kinds of -Highest, price wid for gents' horses, comfortable vehicles. Call oa clean. Transient : .
t.General: agents for State, forvHome E. C. repairingfloat ; trade' solicited NO ONE OVER[ ONE CUT.F.
Life Insurance Co., of New York. W. HENRY NEBDHAM' !' corder. building, horse shoeing, etc. J. I clothingonly. Sell second hand goods.' or address J. C. Sinclair' ChiDley,Fia.1TeIehon 575-579 8. Palafox.: Jis. S. Nlcolau. E. BFAWNER'S-
: Dress suits for rent 9 E. Intendencia. No 74. .
.a. Welsh' Carriage CJ7Jrt', .: 28apr Prop. Deoartment St:>f"I
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-_ -:. THE PEN. AO' LA JOURNAL SUDA'MOHNNc. .. MAY. 27.. 1906. _u_ ..-..__..
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Thousands Each Day Who Are :Looking, ,for Baresins, : Ltl f I I

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wantedWANTEDIN .- For Sale_wLrrLr,JJ1Jw i-:n.rulJ .Professional Directory McMI lan Bros. Co. 4'4' .H4 e..ii4' .+ ; TT t4'r.... ..

ESCAMBIA COUNTY FOR. SALE-Large In first-class'concert condition ball cheap.phonograph o AiisL. : I Union 'Labor Hall ;-1I :: ''.':

ALA- ESCAMBIA COUNTY, FLA., OR A.St Friedman's Saloon, 331 So''21mayWANTBDUTo Pala,T 6, YATES M1tD1OPTICIAN I S COMPANY .1 I Room 1, Old Armory Building. : .

sell a fine pet mockIng t. N ALODGEROOM
state what you are willing to pay for sufficient to accommodate ji'
OF LAND WITH FIVE TO such bird. 75 people for rent at
ACRES a Address Mrs. Hattie ,


WHICH WILL CUT AT FOR SALE' Lumber is now cheap at i Private Wires N. Y. HEADQUARTERS!
.. .Joel :Frater's lumber yard on Bay- i4 EAST GOVERNMENT. N. 0", and Chicago.iconONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSand60NDS. .

LEAST FORTY BOXES PER len street wharf. Get his prices and I i: Where employers can se- ,

build, you a .home before prices ad- cure help. Office clerk In
ACRE. THOS. PEBLEY, PENSA-- : { charge all the .
vance, which is sure to"come, Naval Stores. time. Phone ri

COLA, FLA. 26maylOt 23maylm. Savannah, Ga., May 26.-The naval ,w 776 and. you will be supplied '

stores market closed today as follows: Bought! and,Sold! on Margin or for Investment. \ .u
=- FOR SAlJ -[>>air spotted ponies 5: WfV{ ... .;. .. .1-. lOt 75 to 4 80 : HOME WORKERS

For Sale keyand years 'old.cart.;sound just' the and thIng gentle for. Don-chil! 'N WG|..' .. 0 ..I .*. ...4 4 6S 65 | :. RifertHo: First National and Peoples Banks. Phone I :.d| BUILD HOMES !

XR) SALE-One fine mantel folding I dren.mule.. One Hinman cheap&farm Becker horse, one Century good, lot.'. .'. .4 60 .............................................. .
K.4 55
oed) (latest sitting chairs baby car- Fla. ----
nag', dishes, cooking utensils, etc. 23may 1.4 55 ;
E. Jackson St. '} .' .4 50G. Advertisements 1
\ppl:> s16 25maylwyon" FOR SALE-A Legal :
round bottom boat
I. i..' .. .. .; .. .'. .. ..4 45
SALE. LEASE OR RENT: copper fastened, 16 :ft by51 ft: 8
F. ... .4 40( TREASURY
on water front at Little Ba" inches beam. Apply to C. P. Gonzal '
Houses E.. .. .'. .. .; .V... .e .. ..4 35 the Supervising Architect Washln'g.ton. *
near car line. Good bargains. Bohemia, Fla.! 23maylw
you DR.J.H.MOCKDental D.4 00 D. C., May 9, 1906.--SEALED

Appb ma\3w.) to Phillip Hannah, Little Bayou.. FOR NICE. JUIor'TE. ER.ME.A.TS. C, .,- ... .3 80 MONEY IN THE BANK"I PROPOSALS will be receited at this i- .

choice Fancy Groceries ring phone /Spirits Turpentine 58 cents. office until 3 o'clock P. M. on the 6th :

FOR SALE 'We have a lot of keg' 718 Moyer on the cor. Govern- SurgeonCrown day of June, 1S06, and then opened, .
suitable for flower pots and other AU8LEY A CO.'$ REPORTS I for plumbing and
Alcaniz. sewerage at Santa i : .
ment and 20. pounds stan- and'Bridge Work a SpecUtty.
purposes: also a lot of whiskey, syrup dard graulated. sugar 100. Gophers, Painless Extracting of TeeU.28J Uvtrptol C tten Market." Rosa Quarantine Station. Pensacola, '
other barrels whfch: are suitable Florida in accordance with
and drawings
!to,, parking crockery or fish and cured chickens all kinds of vegetables. .S. Palafoj St. 4 gn.-Jsb..................Clot. 5.18JfwAprll a sort of password to a man's reliability and specification copies of which may --sd

ratalWe! buy all kinds of barrels, Prompt. delivery. 23maylw- 7 and 9 Old Armory 1077. Buildlnj.Phone .. hb.-Klr...................... ............ in the business world. It gives greater independence -' be had at this office or at the office of '- !: 'j
and clean them. i I the Custodian of the
Sup- Station Pensaco.
mi! -cooper FOR SALE-Nice. clean old newspa. pril'KaT.............. ... in thought and action
6119Ka.Jww. adding la at
If Florida the '
need I I discretion of 4-
pi> .ilways on you any I at the j
live cents bundle.
pers a This of ........ ..
barrels! or have any for sale, Ting usP flee. Dr.-Wanllers SENTFBEEto'tt aets ot morphina, I: J n.Jily _.......................... .... 8.99 I.ill snap and ginger to your movements. :I I,, Supervising Architect. James Knos 1 .4

!. Phone 235, residence phone 591. PAINLESS plum, liudauunvuurof J .............;.. .... ...6.00 With your money on deposit in the First Taylor Supervising Architect. '.
ppuaacola! Cooperage Co., Geo. A. FOR SALE' :-Fine piece of land close e oplum. h Au.jiet-S.p.mb :........................ 1.91 15may6teod. HSMi
Yuwvich Pres., No. 9 S. Alcaniz. to .city. Phone 285 or call .at '1102 ca1neorwblskeY.1large book of partrut- 8opbn betOo4ober ........5 si National you have the: advantage of a big, *' 4

l7niaylm. I E.-Gadsden.; j&maylw O PIU tlcl J.nOAbomeor.aanltortum o.tober-1fOylmber':.........174 strong institution whose policy is ,to I Treasury Department Office of the; '>! '
>. XoYtabtr-DeeamJber ..... .. .5.73 I Public Health Marine-Hospital 1J*
fOR SALE Combination; adjustable FOR SALEr-Some good paying stock AND B.ment.M.Adams WOOLLEI Dr, Dwra wJuury.....................5.73 the same careful attention to the small. depositor . I Service !Santa Rosa Quarantine Pen '
!rubber-tlred babycarriage and gocar. in .western bank. Will transfer'forgood -IMN.PryorStitlutt LiTlIl'poolSpota.6J1 to the sscola, Fla., May 26, 1906. Sealed (j
as large
one.fIRST .
Used In I Whisks Cure "
little. perfect
very property If Jocation is"suitable.:,. j GeorgU. ', proposals will be received at this .
,'Ondit on. Cost $22.50will sell. for,I Interested "address. -H. '.& LEE .i f" New York Cotton Marst.OpIu office until noon of Monday June 4, .. 4 I
111 Address P.. 0. Box No. 583 I '
High Low Clot. 1906 to furnish subsistence and other LV '
Boar:: 3,- P nsaco a,- Fla. 16may2w
'Ct\! It, !' Jannftrr 10.70 lo. O I supplies for use of the Public Health I II

FOR SALE: -GASOLINE ENGINES' NOTICE TO CANDIDATES Qse DIRECTORY March lo-TT lOon I and Marine-Hospital Service at San. -

Several second-hand gasoline en-I wishing to make a successful run May 11.89 IUD HM 1U8 ta Rosa Quarantine. Pensacola, Fla.,
WCflWWttuwpnnwmt mn wnnmur
'Sines in good order at reasonable: should supply themselves. with a<.bot- july 11.18 11.18 11.18 IMS curing the fiscal year ending June
tIe of-PLUTO. Now is the season" to Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. .1Uf1II\ 10.89 10.S9 10.88 10.88 30, 1907. Schedules and further in. '4.
One 8 horse 3 :
prices. power
stomach and liver Joppa: Lodge No.6, I. 0. 0. F., Octet*? .10.67 leer 10.62 10.62 formation may be obtained upon .5
prepare your application I
2 P. Ed B.
horse H.
power and one DlMm1......... NATIONAL BANK '
Banks Pensacola. Fla. 27 maylw*i against all diseases.: Pluto will do it meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 10,67 10.67 10.63 10.64 to the undersigned. R. C. : iiv
For sale by all druggists and grocers, o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall. Belmont 1.w York Spot, 11.90 White Acting Assistant Surgeon P.
FOR SALE Marine and stationary wholesale by.Jas McHugn. and Baylen street Visiting brethren :Hew Orleans Spots 11-8-18 H. and M. H. S., in command of Sta.

engines. Wbnder Gasoline Engines l : ; aro"cordially Invited.T. Wheat. ., OF PENSACOLA FLA. tion. it. t

are the slmpl1 est. strongest and best: FOR SALE-Fine pot flowers. H. FLEETWOOD, N. G. I i OlIn Hl\ 'k Low OlonM ,' 4

engines on the market for the money.j[ Apply 1408 E. Gadsden St. 'or phone J. W. GINGLES, Ssc. J.q&r-,............. K W4 86Op w.B. X1JOWL.Pr.s. W.K.HTTK.Ja..V.Pretnd C3il.r. f In Escambia County Circuit Court,
881' U3 8 % T. W, BuIlT and W.N.BOBIRTR, Asst.cMhlM'LDIUOTOBSI' .
'State of Florida. In
Send for catalogue. Ed JB. Banks Mrs. J. J 31Jaa6m.Peasaeola Chancery. Liz.
,, 853 6rings. .
Oorft. C. Breat W. A. Blonnt W, H. Knowlea W. K. Hyer, Jr zie Peak '
Pensacola. 27maylw ISmaylm. D. O. Brent. vs. A. An '

fOR SALE-A new top buggy cheap; I Lodge. No. 3. K: of P. -.a'.. KIP 48 (7"Low Qois 4Sf derson. On Monday the 6th day of : ; t ,

still In crate. Address Box 315. It* FOR SALE-rFlne hotel site; best ,sU- meets, every Monday evening at 8 JLr-........47g .ra" 47j;.., g7 August A. D., 1906 the defendant, ',1. '"
nation In the'city for a tourist hotel o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall Charles A. Anderson, is required to : .. \. .

FOR "SALE A' lot of old newspapers.!I 130 feet fronting' 172 feet over Pou stable, W. .Intendencia St.VislUng" Nw Yqrk Stock Mirktt appear to the bill filed against him .. ,"

Put in bundles convenient for' deep on East Government.street overlooking ,.brethren' cordially welcomed. ,' 'Opea ace. herein. This order to 'be published ; "
up five bundle.! Seville square and Adams J. KIRKPATRICK, C, C.' 5oe1tn Proe1Ao..:............ eiOepp.i City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds once each week for eight ((8) consecu !r.,< t ..
carryln'g. cents
Apply this Only office; per street with open view j;of Pensacola H. HORSLER K. of R. & S .......:..., : .-..;.... 108% I08 tive weeks in The Pensacola Journal, 'f<* ; fT-

: I bav". $10.000 will buy the property j. 8. .. .._... .-- m.vs _._ .11M0 a newspaper published in said Escam : I .),
CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton '&,I lapr. .1teh............::. .......... '89iaA. 88 Denomination,_ 1000.00 Each. bia County. A. M1. McMillan Clerk : / :
Watson have just received large Ak Meetings of the .B..............:;.........;:. IU"6 154 Circuit Court By L. G. Aymard D. ,. :- \
a I LR.t'............ Dated Jan 1,1906. Maturing Jan. 1936. Redeemable .... 1,1926. '
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supply of the latest city'maps showing [WANTED-To Joan money, on your I Knights of' COIUmbtl$ 81" 81 C. !Pensacola, Fla., May 25. 1906. ;1
]1 r7 1.A 0 ..._................... f :
and are' held at their hall I Interest Payable SemiAnnually.We (Seal)
Jewelry personal
nil of the subdivisions.: _The, are watches effects. 27maroaw8w' '
ma'ps ] ............. .. :
cash JptL_ No. 8 .West Intenden- Iii __ ........ de, 45C. L
official\ ana down- t(ci date'and are'mounted Highest price for old gold' da street- .,.I ;.......... .......... '8' U .Ii. jNOTrCE.
on heavy linen. Regular and silver. Ltgh nan & Klein,106 R on every : Offer For Sale These Bonds Subject to f
% ty.:, U.J..h) ........ ti. 40% -
price, ?:2.50! ; special! price lots' i wright Phone1127. Monday evening at I IS 'HEIHiEBY GIVEN to all persons
on off j 7:30 '1...JlreI e4.. t......:... 101% 105% .
five or more to agents or real estate] '1 o'clock. An;Inr I B.e....; ............... 2ij x 2% Prior Sale, in Amount to interested' that B. R. PITT has filed! i ,
men. Hooton & Watson. 8may1 "SALE Nice vltatlon u extended Loll V....-US ** in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit .;
[ FOR- clean old:newspapers to visiting .146*
Knights. Le.4.............. -,' .. -.'. qrpm'. Suit Purchaser.Correspondence Court of Escambia County FlorIda -
.whole and.usefut a.t ; .fl. tWant I i7 e1 '
'FOR, SALE Large ice box suitablefor ]I or In 'store Only..five cents ome.per JOHN B. J ....p......-.... .,"-"'....<......."....- ;544 9434 a statement that he claims to '
groc2ry store or market and]' your. J, s LEONARD, GrandSight. X.........,...?.i4.,;... ........ '. No ale. "';1 Invited. own the following described property ,

soda fount, with 20 syrup cups' All in'I', bundle.FORrSALE Recorder ......;,..'.!.".....! .... 1b9i4: : ;15934 to-wit: : 1
good: condition. Will 'sell cheap of : .TO ............r....... iS9't 189 I Beginnng at a point on the North ..
exchange for other property. Apply : Second-"band: 25iL. P. Dauahter of Rebe1 ah." *. P.0...........i''n ..
T. J. Bucey 1021 Ninth avenue. boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply to Naomi Lodge No. 10, Daughters of I'DO.............;..........r.1agX' 1B9 ((83)) feet and nina ((9)) inches East of ; "; -
"may 1m* New Method. Laundry .ISAprll Rebekah, meets every Monday night I..P ...;...'.....: ..... 169 lCS" the Southeast corner of Lot Twenty- !

at 8 o'clock in I. 0. O. P..hall, Visit L ._... NoSal. PENSACOLA FLA. seven (27)), In Block Four (-n. OJd i
FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire ing sisters cordially invited to be 8 B............?,....... ...*:.'S8H.Ausley 683"r City; thence running East along the i
hogs best of Money to Loan. ent. pres- 't.O'I....._..;:........... 151. 1$1" North line of Romana street eighty- I I" '
breeding. Ask tor
; +- . flDU.... ..t.. .. :.:.......::.l883
catalogue. Carl Setterlind, Chipley, MRS. B. R WITKOV8KI IS4X ., two ((82)) feet and six ((6)) inches; I ;
M.tss WILLIE V.P......... _.;._.. .;.....140, ,1495 No. 5603. thence North at right angles to .
Fla. I MONEY, TOLOAN, -Everybody. _borrows KENDRIOK, Sec. !
money irom jno., A. Hall & -' President. JOHN PFEIFFER, Romana Street, two hundred and t..
: C.W. LAMAR Assistant Ciahler.M.
FOR SALE OR RENT Two lighters; II I Co., 16 E. Government .street. When & Coi. Daily Cotton Letter. E.CLARK.Vlce.Presldentand Cashier. J. W. ANDREWS. Assistant Cashier. forty ((240)) feet; thence West parallel .

one with capacity for 75 thousand ft.. ia. need call on us. 9feblm M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first and New York, May 26.-During' the to Romana Street eighty-two (82) :
lumber the other thirty thousand ca, third Wednesday: evening at 7:30: 'p. past week the trading. anal: price feet six inches; thence South at t'.
pacity. Rates reasonable. Also two MONEY LOANED ori-ail kinds of per- m., Rafford Hall, No 10. West Inten- movement In cotton 'has been With. THE ,AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK right angles two hundred and forty

skiff boats for sale cheap 22 ft. long!!' soaal: property on- short notice. dencla street out any special feature beyond the (240)) feet to point of beginning on .1.

6 ft. beams. Telephone or write J. A.,; Terms easy. J, B. Gray' & Co., 2 W. A. G. FELL,' Pres. extreme steadiness shown at times OF PCJVS4COLA, FLA. s. Romana Street being portions of I'

Chaffin & Co.. Milton. Fla. 25marON : 'Romana.. Phone 1165. ifeo J. L. SWEENEY. Sec. due to statistical position and good DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. Lots Twenty-tvo Twenty-eight ((28) I:: ,.
demand for actual cotton.Weather DESIGNATED. and Twenty-nine (29)). Block Four ,

THE HIGH LAND-East Hill electric -I MONEY TO LEND-On good real estate reports for the week according CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. (4)), Donelson Tract City ot Pensa-, "
car line six lots 100 ft. front security, ''or on good collateral, Pensacola Lodge No. 4, i. 0. 0. F. to the Financial. Chronicle Indicate cola, Florida according to map of i' _

\b t IST1% deep corners $100. inside I at lowest rated. Leslie"E. Brooks. Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. 0. 0. P., that except in portions of DIRECTORS. !aid City copyrighted by Thomas C. i!

lots i Fisher building. 21Jan meets every Thursflarvenlng at 7:30 Carolinas and Tennessee as.well as Frank F. E. Brawner Watson in 1884. I ':: -
$600. There are no better situa.1 at the new hall on Belmont Henry L, Covington, Rellly, to .
and !And he dtesires: take the testimony ;
tions than these lots. A. V. Clubbs.' Balle"streets. the coast district of Texas the crop J. M. Pfeiffer, W. S, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar, I ,
MONEY LOANED. on aU kinds of personal Visiting brethren cordially Is doing wl but that moisture is Bryan' Dunwody, T. F. McGourln J. R. Saunders, ., of Mrs. Mercy Hargis Dr. F. G.Rensfoaw .
REcEIVED-Large salpment of invited. E GREENBLATT.' J. S. Roberts W. F. We ..
property"on short noU e. needed in the Above states. W. H. Milton, 0. E. Maura,
A. M. Avery
imported Olive Oil Retail by J. NEVILLE, Secretary. and for the of show
pint himself
Terms" easy; J. W. Bullard, upstair Amount Id sight- 10,094.693) bales W. a.; Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzie Oertlng, purpose
gallon& or larger quantity.' G. Morasso 28V South;;Palafox St. Phone 1144. againtt ll: 10na: bates last year. Alex McGowIn, C. M. Covlngton' M. E. Clark. ing that he and those under whom
Co. ship chandlers an grocers, 701 snoT The cotton goods dirfeloa of the he claims title have been in possession

South Palafox. 4oct. W. 0. W. dry goods tnvate is quiet and less active Safety deposit boxes> for rent it $%.CO, $3JO end $54)0) the year. Private departmentin of the said property adversely to, .
M Hi HBMB _. Live Oak Camp No. l W. 0 all the world for more than twenty
MMBai H UNLIMITED amount ot money to loan W. in future business and foreign connection for the convenience of customers.
meets in Pythian Hall 1st I ((20) and will make application
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Those all kinds ot personal property. and 3rd trade. years ;
wishing to make a successful run on Special rates to business men on large I Wednesdays in each mon h. Visiting Visible supply, of American cotton Four per cent interest Paid on Time Deposits. at the said office on the ,27th day of

siould: supply themselves with a bottle ;I loans. The New York! 'Loan Co., 204H sovereigns cordially Invited. decrease 92, 53 bales and is now June 1906 for 'a commission to taca. ,

of PLUTO. Now ia the season to' South PalafoLnJ' P.vA. BOGH1CH, C. .d 2.334.432 against 2,616,760 last year.Worldi such testimony.a at 'rnn'r ... asy"
prepare your stomach and liver: LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk. takings for the week 200- A.1. lUC'\ .I". _
Clerk Cir. Ct. Escambia Co. "
against all diseases. Pluto will do it. COO bales."Middling. Florida.
For sale by all druggists and grocers [Found I In New York 11.90 against L. HTI/roW OBSSSPMn MS.E. T..B. u. TIQ. By L. G. ''AYMARD, D. C. .
I .M. W }tXJ' ,. A So %U1r t MOBba.J.s a&CUzensNaUonalBank 27may-oa'w4wiks.
wholesale Jas S.SOlast.
by McHugh. --- ROUND TRIP year.
"nnr. : ." '-' -"-" SUMMERand
I The"market: 13 a waiting one and
FOR does not show much public buying -
antiunimproved may have game by applying at 43 to of PesucoU, :Korli NOTICE Is hereby given of the im
in all which appears be waiting the result -
property parts of the clty. '
Gregory and.paying cojstjof this no- CONVENTION RATES' I stitution of an attachment suit by
J A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents IE. of the coming government's 0fferee&UoMto
Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone tice. 25may reports of condition and acreage.. w.. w.Wigt e r. T.B.W.lle Kir M. BoHwon. L..BJliaOn n, Jacob Lipps against Frank Lewis in
I]I. Round trip summer excursions from the County Judge's Court of Escambia
172. Market may remain narrow for the I M eC/W4t/ MHtmC tVSIIdCSS TM NSA CILD.
23Jaa .. all points east to racmc coast and: immediate future but any favorable' County Florida. And the said defendant '
fuR northwest from June to September and all other interestedare
developments'will persons
SALE-Three! yoke of oxen and NOTICE news or produce a
log cart; good team in good condi-I 15, with special stop-over privileges, higher :ran ge.of values. : required to appear to the actionon

'ion and working every -day. Price. B. L. Gladden ia no longer In our good returning to October .1,. 1906.[ -- the 2nd day of July. A.I I!>., 1906.

?>'. Call on or write J. A. Chaffin & employ. N. E. A. meeting at Los Angel. Given up to DJe. TENTH ANNIVERSARY Blount & Blount Attorneys for Plain.

Co.. Milton. Fla. 29aprlm j jSALJS i HOOTON. &; WATSON.. : July, 913. B. Spiegel: 1204 N. Virginia! St., tiff. 2Omayoaw5wADMINISTRATOR'S

"' : _.. I llmaylw.Pensacola. Elks meetin'g at Denver., Colo.,:July 1 Evansville, In4 wrtUa: "For over of theBANK NOTICE.
l\JH -Lady's saddle extra 16-21., .1 iye :years I was troubled with kidney ;
load fine .bladder affections which caused Estate of E. A. Gassman deceased. d ". .
; Shepherd dog; also Summer rates to Colorado 'Jun '1! sad .
fcaud new Century Encyclopedia' and St. Andrews and September 30.. me much painand worry. I lost flesh Creditors legatees, distributees' and

Dictionary. Address 1102 East. Gads- Hotel Men's Convention Portland and was all run down, and a year ago all persons having claims or demanjj f
den St. or phone 285. 9mayAUTOMOBILES. Ii Ml Steamship,Co.STEAMERT4IWON.. 25-28. hid to abandon work entirely. I had NOTE CIGAR against this estate are required to '.
__ Ore.. ,,June.., thre5 of the' best physicians who' did present them to me within two years
i Use-.the.splendid through 'serviceof and I from this date. Frank Gassman, ad' ,
.-I am agent for the me no'good was practically given .
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Pope Mfg. Co. 0 the Southern,Pacific:.from New Orleans"Union to die.Foleys Kidney Cure II I ministrator. May 6. 1906. ;
and can sell 'ou"'autos I _. W. G. SARROWj Muter.. up. _
Pacific 'from Kansas
from $500.00 up. They costless than was recommended and the first bottle oawSw
horses to keep up. They can be run FIRST-CLASS. PASSENGER AND' City or, Chicago: gave me great relief and. after taking .
-. .FRElOHT SERVICE. Bank Note Brand made its initial NOTICE. j
ia sand anywhere a horse can go. ." Through Pullman tourist-cars from the second bottle I was entirely cur- The appear
Leslie E. Brooks. -DetwWIJ1. Washington Atlanta Montgomery ed.'For sale byW. A. D'Alemberte. :1" In re estate of Lizzie W. Frater, de
PENSACOLA. MOBILE; APALACHt etc... and from $t. Louis and Chicago 1896 and therefore Celebrates its Tenth ceased. Notice is hereby given that

FOR SALE-ten new and second I I COLA CARRABELLE.WS M1LLVILLE.8T. AN- to California. .I MONDAY WE WltL SELL 10-4 For ten it has in- on the 3d day of September A. D. !
DR .Anniversary steadily
; years
second hand office safes different St Andrews Write me for Uteratur and information. BLEACHED PEPPERAL SHEETINGAT' 1906, I will present final returns ol f
Bl .
sizes! best makes at bargain And all poIntaOft y; ." m/! accounts as administrator of said
prices. Carrat>ee! 'and ''Apalachlcola./ / 25c. creased in favor with the smoking public, add*
Scarritt Moreno office East Government SCHEDULE J. F: VAN RENSSELAER,, F. E. BRAWNER'S, estate ,to the Honorable Henry Bel

St. 24mar Leave FeDMeoU.'tJJuadaj:: ;. 1:30 p ._ General 'Agent, Department Store. ing to its laurels year by year until today it linger, 'county Judge of Escambia I
Florida. and ask for d'ls {
124 Peachtree St county a 4
Mobue.L;, Atlanta-Ga.
FOR .,. .
SALE-A fine of waterfront 111. for .
property 50 feet piece front'on West., Leave Pensaeolt- .Tuesdij, 8:30 p. R. 0. BEAN. T. P. A. JUST RECEIVED 100 GENUINE stands the leader of the popular 5/ccnt brands charge from the administration of

Bay Shore for St. Andrews, 'Wlllyine, Apa, G. W. ELY. T. P. A. IMPORTED PANAMA HATS AT THEM. said estate. A. M. McMillan, Admin f. .
at the foot of Clubbs street as
abeU. and Intermediate CLOTHING STORE sold in West Florida and South Alabama istrator. 27feboam6m
with! 'a 4 'room house, front and back' lacblcola & O. ; $3.50. !.

iery: has a' nice' wharf about %50'feet pointL WORTH $5.0ff. Note knows is the brand offra'nk MONDAY WE WILL SELL 10-4 ,
For. &ddlt on.l. IaformMon; apply 1 1 MONDAY WE WILL SELL ',18x36 -, Bank: ,as everyone .,
out '
running to deep water
from the front gate. For a' few days HUCK TOWELS AT 45c PER :FULL LINE TRUNKS AND SUIT

only it will be oJered at only ,$1500. B. COBB, and" Pus. AgtPensaeola PrwidentGen. DOZEN. CASES. Pensacola Fla. AT 25c. E. BRAWNER'S
Cialt.) Frt E. BRAWNER'S, F. E. BRAWNER'S. Reiliy. F. ,
Apply to Jos. I. Johnson at
Department Store
I. Friedman & Co.'s store. 5may. ., Department .Store, Department Store,


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SPO IRTS YOUhave ,,i .' ., .. .
DO r j
I PENSA&OLA.[ & H HANO y ... I

I, : :New Styles '. :. i

: trouble'with- : '. .. ,- _. .
The eastern bunch are Jn"6r"on their any '

own dunghill. and handed _a ,bunch of. -.. ." "

hot ones to the western confngent YOUR EEET> CHAMPION H I
In Men's yesterday., fact New Orleans .was 000"- -- I
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f the only western team to win and Bir-: A \ .' T
mingham was of 'cause the team to if you do, there is no' necessity,for it, I!

J get trimmed. Atlanta defeated Shreveport when you can get the only original I
the league leaders and New Orleans INHOUSE[

: Neglige by the victory over the Barons BUNION LAST 'D' : yo '
is now tied for first place with"the Pi our'0
rates. The two teams will play in '
Shoe at my store that will make youfeel '
New Orleans today and the tie look' I Water of the Gulf . .
1 Shirts broken. Esther Fisher or Hickman comfortable just to :at and a Deep .City ; Ignored'ln --
dream 'of paradise when>
; you put theijj; ;i
will work while Breit-
for Shreveport on, ,and .only $3.00 and ($3.5j( per pall.j' Debate KittatCtiallengs f
enstein or Sorrell will perform for the .
All u l the latest 'shape s in'Snow 'FlofVsh'eim '
] f. -ii
.f We have hit the nail on tie \Pelicans t't promises to be a battle. % and King Quality Shoes at from '. 1..
head in our display of the new Nashville licked Memphis: in twelve $3.00 to J6.00 'guaranteed to ,tIt the Being. : Ofjerei

styles of spring and summer innings and Montgomery turned the (001'an' 'the purse; one trial :and ':'I : Opportunity
trick against Little :Rockv: The following c6mmunicatiou,
Shirts. That's what most men know you'll come agaiJOS.COLEMAN":
are thinking about now new Games throughout all leagues were which is self-explanatory has been'
shirts dressy soft fronted close, and Savannah under Wilson receive from Mayor Bliss; : [ 1. :
Shirts that are so comfortableto Matthews mangement annexed a Edtor Pensacola Journal:
wear in hot weather. They're double victory from Jacksonville. The following taken from: the Congressional I
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moving out in a hurry. Some Record of' 'May 3rd will -' I

thing particularly swell at the STANDING! AND RESULTS 212 S. Palafox St.SHIPPING .. Hans.prove interesting It occurs to to.the many that this Pensaco-was. rI I
tow price dollar. Otherson .
of a .i- !
excellent' -
some ,
an .! opportunity for :
up 250. Southern League. one to say something for Florida'.ana Yr-.. 1 I I"V
line Bath 5Q
Fine Suits from
Wpa Lost Pet. Pensacola' in ""particulah. With bur .. 0 I
cents to S3.50. with odd shins Shreveport... ? .. ..23 10 697 33 feet of water on' the bar.' there -- -. !
and pants at 50 cents each. Get New .. NW[ seemed'tb be to inform
Orleans .23 10 6S7! ho one present! : !
one and take a dip in the briny.The Memphis. .". .. .,..20 13 606 (Congress ot the' fact and the ;

Atlanta. : .. .. ..18 17 514 statement that there' was -no'. harbor If you're going in
a Blnnin'gham.19 19 500 Arrived. Southernwaters capable -of, accommodating -. ... .. -
Montgomery. .. .. ..14 Cayo,Gitano, Br Jeter Galveston a battleship of- 28 feet F
21 400 ss ;1983 : while select what want from large and
John White Nashville... ... .. ....13 24 351 to Gary &*Co.: was allowed to go unchallenged. now you may exactly: you our I

Little Rock.. ... ...... 9' 25 265 Cleared. .1 OHL u3. H. BLISS. r
Teodoro de Larrinaga Br ss, 2599, well: -assorted stock,

Yesterday's Results. .'Carroll, for Manchester Galveston, No Deep Harbor in the South .
Store Phone Atlanta 4, Shreveport 1. with 492sq bales;cotton; "for Runcorn (Congressional Record.) The.admitted greatest fuel savers are here at the guaranteed lowest

225. Montgomery 4, Little Rock 2. with 2500 tons phosphate rock., IMr. Underwood. I would like to / :
New Orleans 2, Birmingham 1 (10 Kayo Gitano, Br ss, '2599, Carroll, ask the gentleman if we build a shipor prices .....-,.-. ; .
I innings). for London bunker coal. -, '" ships of Dreadnought, type.! ,.' ;
Nashville 2, Memphis 1 (12 inings). Kirkwood Br ss, 1953.,Gullock for how 'many harbors in this country. .{ :.':. ;. }. '. .:'.." i iI
-' Manchester, with 2,100,000 ft sawn .could that. ship enter- .
South Atlantic League. timber. Mr. Foes --urell- it"woud not be
'Won Lost Pct. Gracia Sp ss, 1983 Ruiz, fpr Liverpool necessary to enter but\'a few. It:I

VICTOR SAFES Augusta.. ... ... ......23 10 697 with 2449 sq bales cotton 776 could 'enter New York harbor, if r
Macon.. .. .. .. .....17 16 515 hhds leaf tobacco.. remember correctly. : "The harbor willhave t
Columbia. .. ? .....16 17 485 Louise Ger ss, 1480, Bohridorf for a' 'epth 'o[ 40' feet: 'Now, the.

.This safe wag awarded the Charleston.? ? .16 18 ,411 Bremen with 1950 sq bales .cotton. Dreadnought 'draws' 28feet.;; 1
grand prize at the Jacksonville.. ? .....16 18 471 Sailed: Mr. Underwood. What'It the num".iber !
(World's Fair and although Savannah. .. .. .. .16 19 457Yesterdays Teodoro de Larrinaga, Manchesterand of feet that this snip, that it is
-- Runcorn via Galveston. proposed .to build will draw?
inexpensive, it is
Mr. Foss. About the same.
.Cayo Guano London.
the best safe made. Results.Savannah .
Mr. Underwood. Then so far as
1.7, Jacksonville (04.) the southern coast the Southern

We Keep Them in Stock Macon Augusta-Charleston 5. Charleston, 0. VESSELS IN PORT.Steamships.. .. Atlantic and Gulf coasts and are conCt7rn-1
t game. Barendrecht ed that ship could not go
Dutch es 2092, Hock-
and it could not protect that coast because ,
can give you just stra Rio Janiero.Exmoor
League. it would harbor-that it
what you want or if we Br ss Storehouse, 2297, could In for .' '
go supplies.Mr.
fcaven't got what you want Madiera to Hyer Bros.
we can order it for you Yesterday's Result. Gracia, Span 83 Ruts 2122, Port ( Foss. That ship would never ,. '. '. .'
and Philadelphia 5. Cincinnati 0. Tampa to Gulf Transit Co. go into a harbor to protect the coast. .
save you money. Drop / -+ '-'
us a postal. New York 5. St. Louis 4. Ida,. Span ss 2267.. Liverpool; to S. That.ship would meet the enemy out) ,
I Brooklyn 4, Pittsburg 2. P. Shotter &,Co. en the sa and give battle. Morris Dannheisser I Il
.Mr. Underwood. It has to baveaharbor
Chicago 9. Boston Kirkwood, Br ss 1952. TullochRio # Insurance
Wm. Johnson & Son, Inc. o'e Janeiro to Keyser & Co;, to go back' to in order to obtain for

American League. Louise Ger. sg 1480, Bo ndort.Ant'werp supplies. It has to have a base (Formerly of Dannheisser Bros.)
Incorporated. to of supplies.Mr. l
J. Schreyer.
1 Yesterday's Re lts Man and Wifefor
& Foss. Our ships' draw. nearly .
Cleveland 6, Washington "' I '
4. Ships.. 1 27 feet to-day. t

**#########*##*#*.* ''Philadelphia 3, St. Louis 2. Canara., III. shin.. .. _1495.. Renetts._ _. Genoa _._- I.. Mr. .Underwood.,_ Well_, I know" ,.and I It Pure Old & Bourbon I II. '6ut'little: more than a straight premium. We will write a
& 41ft New York 10. Detroit,12. to .Master. n. .n. n: t for a*large portion or our coast tae Rye joint policy on husband and wife amount named to bp pal,:
PIANOS AND ORGANS. Boston 4, Chicago 2. Harvest Queen, Brit ship -Forsyth,t ships that draw that-mirreh'wlll haveno' to the survivor in case of death of either one. The Equi'abie)
;. # CASH OR EASY TERMS. it harbor of refuge afl H. I. I has failed to .
Rio Janiero to order.Nordstjernn never promptly perform every contract.think'
.<'AII Piano Work Guaranteed. Princeton 5, Harvard n. Nor ship 1,635. :Mr. ;Foss. There would be a few Fine Wines, Beer ,
# CLUTTER & RUSHING, 1p (Princeton, N. J., harbor In which the'ship- .
May 26-Princeton Iraksen' La Guayra to W. S. I "
I # 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. 5, Harvard 0.Yale. & Co. -; Keyser. ""Mr. Underwood. And'on account! of e. KnoiAfes Dr'o's Gen'l A (fs

# PHONE 476. 'I -- Barks. the' water they draw'they could not and Tofiacco.OldHickory I FInsuranrc, Life. ensacoLJ
+fr defend a large portion of our coast
##* ##**#*# *#**#* 2, Cornell 1. Antigua Nor bk 1348,. Ferguson. line. But does the gedtleman think ..- ,. ,
New Haven May 26.-Yale 2, Cornell -New Orleans to-A., Zelius. It wise- 4 >- "'f
1. Dharwar Sweed bk., 1271 Olssen, 'Mr.: : Foss. They'"would defend out: .

1 Rio Janeiro to H. H. Boyer. sidle. ; they would not defend inside; ... .
Have Your ClothesCleaned Tech 7.7; Wofford 1-0. King Malcolm, It bk Gufi 1233 Ge-. 'iMr.. 'Underwood. Do i.the gentlma"n Whisky ---- -
to & Co.
t.oa Huges: ,
Atlanta May 26.-Georgia Tech 7. think it wise to enter upon a
Wofford 1, first Luisa, ItaL bk. 1591, Montano from.. naval to build ships that My Specialty.
game; Georgia Tech Nolloth to -master. programme of snow capped mountains and cool, pure, bubbling
7, Wofford 0 tan not possibly defend'at'least three- you
andPressed second game. Lake Erie, It!. bk., 928. Efigan, Bas. ... .,.
line of the
J ; som to Master. fourth of the coast. a brooks with the zest of Bohemian Hops added, when you

West Point 8, Navy 5. Monrovia Nor bk, 1449 Aase; Ham United:Mr. Foss.States Well? I do not agree with- drink A. B.'"BOHEMIAN. BOTTLED BEER.
lAnnapolls | 12 W. St.
p j ; May 26.-West Point Military burg to order. k thEn gentleman' that it'is necessary for Zarragossa

Academy 8, Naval Academy 5. Port Sonoclan Uruguay bk. 1112, a ship to be in the harbor to defend THE' PURITY,OF A. B. C. IS THE A. B. C. OF PURITY.
! .- Ferres Mentevideo to German American the coast line.: I hops -if we ever Pensacola, Florida.
Today. Ubr. Co.
enter Into a war with any nation that -
J at the Pensacola Dying, Clean An interesting game ,of baseball Is Paulo Angelo Ital bk 1iS6: 'Bezz. our ships will not remain in the har

I ..I .ing and, Pressing Club, Pans promised Barrancas the this fans afternoon.who journey Pensacolaand to Ft. Pre Rosasco Ital bk Bros., Scbiafflno 1508.Geno.a bore, :but the that enemy.they. will go out andmeet" -MORPHINA.CURAI 1 WHY 'WE. CALL. IT + @ TALL'wa

!. ': ama hats. cleaned and blocked the team at the Fort will play. Rebecca Crowell. Am bk,491, flaw' ''Mr. Underwood. Unquestionably! ; An infallible wmedy for the cure of Drug Habits of all kinds. '
t r The 'game will be called Immediately Porto Rico .to.J.Kelly &LCo, but we have got to have a harborof Sent postpaid!at$2 per bottle. Merphina-Cura it prepaid EEAS
1 .' upon the arrival of the 3 o'clock dum- Spero, Nor. bk, 623" Bostig" >Las supply'harbor' to start from. to, Hypodermic or internal usa. DettaChe/ll.) Co",51.Louis. A. .B.C.BOH'EMIAN.
: ((Palmas. For Sale in Pensacola By o
t ,> my train. Mr. Fos There will be plenty of .
Sterling, Nor bk, Bllepse.n, LabitaBay' enter. W. H: WHITE & CO., Druggist
harbors which this ship can r
; S. Mendel '
. ,. Juniors Won. to order. Mr. Underwood. Jf I am correctly '

( ;. 11 N. PALAFOX defeated The Pensacola the Kugleman High School team Juniors by a Annie M. Brit Schooners..schr..,, 397 .Carter any informed in" the I do southern not think waters.there are PENSACOLAj a.
: Mantos to J. A. Merritt &' Co.--
score of 19 to 12. The victors have \ Mr. Meyer.: I would' state to the
.Donna ChristinaAm: sen, McLeod ''Mr. Un "I -
J r lost only one gaine out of five played gentleman> from' Alabama ( :BUILDING '
t that 165 .Cardenas. derwood1)') that New'Orleans Is one : Bohemia
and to' the St. Aloysins team Because: we go to VCrfyut
who they :will play Friday afternoon. S. G. Haskill, Am sen 569 Staples of"the harbors which that vessel will ASSO'CIATION.r r .
1i New York to Order. be able .to enter, although there are 'and 'obtain"(jut supply of .'

i Herra Obstinate. now about 28 feet only and in less!' Hops from the best hop produc-
! : ,Pavilion' Loa Angeles' May 26.- MONDAY WE WILT,-$ELI. $1.00 than two years, long-before this battleship -] CONTRACTORS AND BUILDER 1 f
There's Always There was no fight 'between Battling GLOBE CORSETS AT 0c<<,, can' be completed she will. : Repairn'g.and (building( of all description mg dsfcictqf''tjut f' little country; xwhicf

I Nelson, ''the light weight champion F.E., BRAWNER'S, have; from 33 to 35 feet. : An up-to-date* firm o"n 'an lip-.o- 'grows'1\ the finest qualityof
and Aurello Herrera here last night Department Store.FSJellenlCof. Mr.> "Underwood. I hope that in the date street -Office 210 DeLuna
t : a Place for a as scheduled. After an almost interminable course 'Of time we will have much Call and see us. St"1 hops in all the world. We i

i ,. wait of two and a half hours NIN1111111111111111N1 deeper harbors than we have now. 1 go to. anada.. for .the best
1 the crowd was clsmtssed because ")fr. 'Meyer. But this work, I will Jas._M.; Johnson Manager. Barley in all the
: Herrera refused weigh In. r.i say, is in the course of contractionand grown? world.
I Serge Suit Before the crowd of 4,500 was finally : will assuredly be completed within L.Reddenback, Asst.Manager. We use only. the best- material I

eliminated there was a squabble two years. in brewing
t between the fighters and their man- Mr. Underwood. Is it not a fact I
agers over the weight, Both sides I that .the. commanders of big naval
i' in a rude charges of sharp practices. I Handle Nothing. ; : vessels do not like to carry them, to A. B..C. BEERS
i The articles of agreement called 0 New Orleans to-day, even where they r' y ga American BreiingCaST. i
I iI for the fighters in at 6 'o'clock p. m., i ButTHE have a sur .cient draft ofwater? 1 LOUIS.
! ,Man'sSummer Loth men to scale .131,pounds. The Mr. 'Meyer. They rib' .not nor be .
men w re'n' hand at the stipulatedhour. i cause they regard the channel at -'"THE' r'&er I
t The scales .were out of order i Pass as somewhat narrow: but this EXCLUSIVLY at the Brewery in
and Herrera claimed, that new channel at Southwest Pas, will PATENT. APPLIED FOR St.-Louis., Therefore
they could the only Beer whose PURITY fcc
I! not 'be adjusted. After half an Of tiEvorything. be of ample width for any ship in all| Druggists. can

Wtfur's argument Jacobs sent Her t. : the world. It is not something thai ...*:.MUS-QUIT-U MFG. CO., absolutely GUARANTEED.; .
.. is in doubt or in contemplation. It < ; Jacksonville, Fla.
rera to dinner; After that he refusedto '
i! allow the Mexican to weigh in. t : i*. something that is in the course.of ",.GO DRINQJ Distributer PEHSIGOLA
Wardrobe. Nelson offered! to go to the,baths to i : 'construction and will assuredly be ,
I weigh in but Jacobs objected.At completed within the'next two"years; Do.Yo'n: Want TheHshingTa
! '.. the ringside Nelson offered tofight + Clean, heavy 'clipped White probably in a yearand a half, long ,{ '
j I .' Just the proper amount of Herrera at 140 pounds rather t Oats. I before this battleship which Is proposed t .,
, dressiness to it'not to be entirely than disappoint the crowd. t No: 2 White Corn, pure Bran can b= completed.Mr. -
is one "
Underwood. That only
negligee-and it's as cool asany'suit band Shorts _
r Chick t harbor and a dangerous harbor for BEST i
, one can wear. Stop Grumbling, I Feed' consisting* of 20 .
. articles for the battleships.! 111/1111110111'1NIIIIIIJIINNON
rapid and
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Our Salts are made of serge If you suffer from Rheumatism or I lI
i selected with a care and knowledge pains for Ballard's Snow Linimentwill healthy hatched.growth 'of119 newly If You Don't ; .' r i

i '. that'guarantees Us quality. bring quick relief.; It is a sure Wheat and Mixed Feed" for j succeed the first .time use Herbineand : GAS DOES EVERYTHING THAT 1
: :, The ability of the tailors'who .
cure for Sprains Rheumatism Contracted
.1 the hen. you .will get instant; : .relief. The
;3 ,;' make our Clothing shows at its Muscles and all pains-and Condition; Powders for greatest liver"regulaftor.. A positive kieTennis l lI <
;, best in these plain, dark fabrics within the reach of all. Price 25c, cow and poultry. horse cure for Constipation,? :]pyspepsia, Malaria i OWNER FUELS WILL DO
. ', and there's oceans of summer 50c $1.00. C. R. Smith. Tenaha Tex. Celebrated '1 Chills and all 'liver complaints. I ,,
, comfort in'them. writes! "I hive used Ballard's! Snow Conkey's I9ultry of Texas, ; I 4 "
"'. o Remedies) roupe cure, cholera Mrl.C. Emory writes; and -and
more does it with
; .: Liniment in ray. family for years and 1 cure, gape cure and lice killer! :': "My' wife has been using Herbine. for Golf.. Baseball .and JUhletJc, } j: l' i !
have found it fine \
a :remedy for all herself"and children for five It "
!. pains and aches. I recommend it you live In towntelephone : is a sure cure for, constipation years.fI\d Goods the best Phonographs and records i ;/tJeSs;: :; Cost Less Labor I
for pains -in the. chest. Sold all o the. best best f
, by *' If'In neighbbrlffg'towns-wrifu : malaria foyer, frhlchjis substantiated: , Dog Medicine the ,
druggists. T. to vs. t .. by what it has done for' my family.*" picyctes the best 'fires, the best i Less Time Better Results
Sold by all] druggists. ,
Typewriters best Lockand KeyFitting
\ H. 10. ANSON jest Trunk Repairing; bes'I
MEN'S BLACK FULL SEAMLESS FULL LINE TRUNKS AND SUIT I ; I Mf for no other reason than that of *
HALF !HOSE AT 75c DOZEN. Gas Lamp and but not economy !
CASES. last least tSe. .
: F. MELLEN & CO. | : should cook with' J
F. E. BRAWN ER'S, F. .E.' BRAWNER'S, best Roller Skates? ,. you. gas.
:, CASH CLOTHIER, ,Department Store. i Store.. :
Phone 334.Pensacola Department Why so to
0 ERALLS i pens o/a Gas
Company \
: Corner Palafoi and Main Fla.
. WORTH $1.00 AT 70c. "
. ?- ;, .. -- F. E. BRA.WNER'S, .1 i fl & ;0., CLOTHING STORE AT: THEM. $3.50 Phone'1.4$. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. t I

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Week Rolls Out theVillage 1
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out of town this time but what a timeit : ( S s- : if : .:: :__ :'.! .J
took, didn't it? t S ;iw; S.'r( :h-&:'
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The puzzle army had' more fun this 1 11 I j\"y LlQC Ai. r GE 4 J S ts r, $. '1f

Creek than you "could shake a stick r .
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at" a* one of them writes. : .' ,
They called those North American :J. IIJ--=- '-. .......T '1'
{fruits all sorts of names in a "happygo .. r" .!I\,, A J )1

lucky" fashion that was sure ,. I NJo ./ 'AtEHE + lJ \
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enough a or I .of ',,. ,
-Xos. 1, 5'and 9" they called 'XJit. R f arliaJSE: t S 5 t 'i ,< J
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"No. 3" they 'called "nuts" "watermel erL d L- I t.:!: "k -..;
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persimmon! "strawberry, "berry"and 1
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lot of answers, but they nearly alEissed 0 0/ 1 : 1 .. ; t.;,j
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The answers to the "North American .". !.:If. < '

fruits" puzzle pictures In The Journal ,Ir '! 4 1 1n'
Sunday, May,20, are: 1 .H f
No. I-Lemon. \ ';_. J 1rs

No. 2 Peach.< I .:,
No. 3-Damson.Xo. I- i ,'"

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Correct answers to the North. Amerlrcan' .; ; ':
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Eva Berlin; city" '.to I!;' .J. : :>;' U'f: f ,
Charlie brown. c !fyt r x._ } W" ._.'<;. ? '' '>'/!-' ; ; Ta"TO I' 11 :
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Mary Brown city. :: .r. 1-.. }; < 4.. '3 L : -, "

,Sadie BernsteIn, 'city.. : ;J. -- : ,"
Astria: Anderson, dry. .. '. r I : (

Bessie Henson. city. \ .- -' ... ; '

Hazel Jacoby, city. "l,.. .
May Stokes, city. Annie R. Pfeiffer city. Millie 'Swa' ,'ne, city. I" Oi'lie: \ Padgett Escambia. Fla.Ola Clifford Reynolds Camden, Ala.. C. HObart Barrow, city --.. Frank Giri. city. T : "_,

Clara Stokes, city. Charles Chunq. city. Willie Johnson city. Padgett1 Escambia Fla. Grace Gablenbeck. city. Rosa Di Lustro city. Carrie Davidson, Warrington. .. '

Wesley Woodland city. Henry. Collins 1 city: Arthur Johnson, city. 'Addle Stewart, Bagdad..Fla. Marion: Karl, Cincinnati, 0. Mamie Abraham city Tom King, city. ., '... .,

Gladys Ben, city. John Chr'stie, city Margaret Rauscher. city, Cary Stewart Bagdad1.1 Fla.! Edwin Packhard, Bowelin ('fl), Tenn. Sam Abraham city.! Elizabeth Sigari city. : .' t't:

Lettie Martin city. Nelie Glackmeyer..' city.. ... Helena Rauscher city Sammie Stewart, Bagdad, Fla. Alfred Gahlenbeck, o'ty. Nell West city. Ernest Wilburn. city. 'i '
Clarence Martin city Walter Gagnet. city. -'" "'., Anita Vlllar" city. S> E. Stewart Bagdad Fla. Myrtle Stocking Dodge Center., Bridget! Di Lustro, city. Dennis W. Eagan, city ," ;'- '

Althea Blumer city.. Bertha Gagnet, city. :..;' '!IFanny S. Beard city. Ethel, McConnell, Escambia Fla. Evelyn Mae Stocking, Dodge Center. William Davidson, city. \7rgie Reed city. !. i
Leona Blumer, city Julia Johnson city! Erie Qu'gley city. Lily Belle MtKinnon, o'ty. Rosa Fondebila city. Eunice Gerson. Fisherville. !Alfred Reed city. ., '

Lloyd Blumer city Manuel Johnson, city : C. J. Heinhefg. city. .. Angus McJCinnon city. Gale Ga leabeck, city. Andrew Brown city. Cora Reed. city.Continued .' ; .
Annie: Mooney city. Lucy Swal e; city. ,, Mary Lucile Lyman. city. Hugh jMcKlnnon, city.E. Ted Langston, Chipley Fla. Anita G'.ri. city. ': '

Tony S. Johnson, city. Edo Swaine;"city.. Mary Eloise Moneyway, Milton, Fla. Gale Bonifay, Jr., Muscogee Fla. Slyrtis Langston Chipley Fla. Joe Gin city. ( on.Page. Eleven) ;." ,'
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The sun was descending an un- Reaching the- fishing Eroudd, Johnpushed tillerin, hid ,land, and whistled for abreeze. efforts were fruitless and :o add .to while the 'boat was dashed to pieces ii4?.: .Theheroic woman ignoringthe refuge would: engulf her in its dark \ '
dimmed! western sky as John Preston I over :the .tUler, ;afld gracefully ', '' his dhtcmforture the rudder became against the solid wail. r danger thinking of nothing, seeing depths. !Breathing a prayer to ... ,
\) took his way towards the beach. brqu ht"his bolt upfo; .the: vin ." The The boat haylng scarcely anyheadway unshipped by the force ofthe seas John had senses enough remaining I nothing but the peril of her boy, Him who commanded the waters to t'

lIe could not'shake off the impression sail shook restlessly and! tagged at the helm 'was unless, and John which broke over her and she to grasp the rock with both hands 'Fiat slid !own the rope lasceratingher. t be still, she then again cried for '
Hi mother's words had' made upon the restraining -sheet '''b -' 'q.ulcklY discovered< that she was drifting to plunge helplessly in the trough of and1 after recovering hiS breath succeeded .hands in the afescent, and now help.Presently t
him "John .do' nat go" out' in yourtaat looseningtbe' halyards it.came ,down the eastward .evidently a curren; was the heaving waters. in crawling to the higaest! crouched at his side upon the rock. from -the heights above #

today! .I''jjive a presentiment with a'.run. ;He then 'pitched' bis an setting: in that, direction. From the With a broken oar which was lying point; available, but the towering "My, poor boy! are you hurt?" she came an answering voice, "Hello! '
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that something, terrible Is''going ,to chor 'overb ard.. .elected, np-- the sail boat he could see his father's' cottageits in the bottom of the boat the waves continued to pour over him, :skpd. who Is there? lit '
happen 4 0 snugly;'and preparedhla tackle, for whitewashed walls gleaming I youth dexterously contrived to keep bruising his body pitilessly and al- I "Not much mother" he replied, Mary 'Preston recognized the voic;* t I

John was ..the. only child .of Frank fishing: V brightly through the dark. foliaged! her before the wind, for well he knew most forcing his hold upon the friend but: I am very weak, I was about to of her husband. '
dad Mary !IPreston aged; about fifo Wjth a.master: band he twirled the trees that surrounded it. Extending I II that should she turn broadside on, ly rock. He realized that unless assistance slip off. the rock when. I heard your "Frank pull up the rope if you can .* ; .\
teen years. .He was generally husnored line'*in' the:air>::and rO gbt"i it ,gently about a'thousand yards in front, the I nothfng 'in the world could save her came soon he would be torn : voice." Join is nearly drowned. I hare fled I t' I ,

In all his whims 'land fancies I down upon' the, ',water/"several- yaldsfrom. : I golden ,sands sparkled in the ..darkest- from going over, and he himself from his refuge, as his strength waswell The mother shuddered, taking the the rope around him, "pull up quickly' t.' '
and usually devoted most- of his time i -the1' bolt; a.'nibble: at-.the .bait? ed rays of the setting sun, then' .from a watery grave. Although a night exhausted.:: end of the rope she passed It around Frank but be careful. .
to fishing-! and' sailing: On this day, warned) the'oung'; 'fisherman to" "be merged into a beachof pebbles 'upon strong swimmer John knew that the Scarcely. expecting' his cry of distress : h'ni, beneath his arms. "But how about yourself Mary? .
hO'e\'et. his' mother had pleaded 1 0 upon his' guard: then --like.. flash! 'the which the ocean* beat in
with him notto' go and pointed sigtincantly varicolored'float'disappeared: below peace' according to the caprice of the Into the waves that were curling: Help!" but no reply came to his cannot slip off, the rope will rope. (
to !a,1)lack' cloud rising on- thek surface; the:'ltout. bamboo fishing elements. About half a' mils uowhthi. their angry crests around him. Hold-] training ears. Again be cried bd: hold you. I have made the other end "Don't mind me now. Frank. I am"
the Northern. .boriton. pole bent-over In'&;'gracefuls'bow.' :'and beach to the; eastward; A ,line of ing the steering oar with one hand., still no answer; slowly his strength flU to a tree on the cliff; we will .all right-haul away. Now John, -
'Three is nothing to fear from the the line cut through-the water" with :a i rock; rose tier upon tier until they he bravely tried to reship the rut ier, was waning, the repeated onslaughtsof call for help, someone may bearus, she exclaimed as she perceived therope
"I'eather mother," he had replied, seething'sound.' ...Backward :and forward termed a solid wall cr bluff forty' but the rolling and pitching of the!! the mighty bil1o.w .thrr'tteDed each your lather perhaps will! pass this tightening) let go of the rock, "
Wd it ,will, 9ot take me long to thlsway-8.Dd' that way"-pished i I feet high, which formed the .coastline boat made the feat impossible and he moment to -hurl hm! from the rock; way. He sometimes takss the. upper you "are safe with the rope around '
catch a few ftsh," saying which hetalke'd the struggling' fish .while: ,John he'd: to the hazy, distance. aal which was compelled' to abandon the attempt his thoughts became confused, too path ;n preference to tho lower road, you.; ,
away In the direction of they manfully to -Quirering pole, and was designated a? "Rocky Head." A ;" in a few minutes it was torn surely he felt his grasp upon the rock take courage my boy." Mother; I hate to leave yousaid -

where his' little boat was moored guided theeline'with experienced hand line of smaller rocks' protruded their from its fastenings and floated away relaxing,another' :Aiomen? and he God bless you mother" spoke the" boy weakly. x' ,
1 few yardsfrom the shore. and :commendable"ju jti6gempntc' nearerto jagged! beads from the water; at the astern. would be engulfed'' in the boiling John weakly, '"If I bad but astened to 1 will soon follow you son. Haul ',

John stood on the beach admiring the boat he-drew1'thenow exhausted bass of the- cliff, upon which the bil He now realized that the waves waves. o you, we would not be in this plight away 'Frank' ,
the little vessel for several minutes fish and 'with a quick; movement I lows I-rtke: with 'an angry roar, and which were continually breakingover Hark! a familiar .sot lI.';..rear.he3, his if -we get out of this peril safely, your Slowly but surely John was borne
More( stepping into the water. She landed it in the'b.oat.where,. / : is lay dashing onward again 'thundered him were about to overwhelmthe ears, mingling strangely, with the word will' be law with me in the futr'e upwards until his father's t>tro us swaying gently from side to side Capping Its .tai(/:Jtelpleasly while its against the: high rocks wlich. imped-- little craft and unless he could,, crash ot waters. Can It be the soundof ," ,r hands grasped him at the summit of
tipping theY glossy swells that rolled beautiful '''scales glistened\ |In the senlike II I ea< further progress. discharge some of the water he had his mother's: voice Calling! ; to him? Word's bravely spoken but alas,. ibe, cliff* and. lie was-placed in safe- 1
IIzllr!! Jn from seaward sportively plates of oldl' lie afterwards Scarcely moving through,the'-water, taken aboard, shecould live but a''+I No his ears deceive 'him..or Is this 'never to be proved; repentance often U. "
Basing Teach :other to the pebbly caught; several ;mare fithwhen' they John ;had fail 1' into. a dozing condition -I I few minutes longer. He "a*' about but a hideous drearitr Tel no, the conns, too late ar. '. we realize in sore "Now Mary, sang out Frank Pre- +Jf
leach, upon> which they,broke with a ceased' to be*tem ptedby_"the" bait ;'',when the hard})} cry of 'a seabird I to try bailing with his free hind, I thunder of an advancing i :wave warns ,row the !loss we have sustained, 'when .ton, as, he-towered" the rope "look out I ,
>usical sound\ that was pleasing toe and John decided iq ret rJ1' By flying overhead startled him. In- when he heard the roar and crash of him of hs peril. Again the cry mo:' >r's gentle' heart has ceased its for the rope. J
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" ear., this.time theiat'teruoonwa: % Jar. spout; to;:.'r nsciousness.." The 'sun was! .dis !,waters ahead of him; % peering reaches him and he recognizes his I beatig.; and her lore-lit eyes are I rAfter waiting a few minutes, he'' i
"She's a beaut; he remarked, as great black efonds'were,, cjimhing appearing below the horizon: and : through the gloom and flying,spray nrfcher's: voice, "John: Oh! John." closed in death. Together they shouted again, "are you ready' Mary
" proceeded to roll up his pants the 'northern ''sky-tod occasional mute night was stealthily creeping ovej r? 'he saw towering above him the'terri- Looking upward through the blindinging shouted for help but no reply, save but no .reply ascended' from.the darkened -
Juratory to. wading out to her. : terings'of thunder-sounded angrily jn the phosphorous deep. Glancing to "We outlines of "Rocky Head;" at spray he perceived his mother the echo of their own voices was depths."
t.a Citing aboard, he hoisted1.the sail. : the distance *yi'the .,11g' tnin! ? seaward, John perceived a white this moment a mountainous seastruck ctand'ng: : upon the top of the cliff. borne to their ears. "Oh Mary he again cried', still'nn
Ja' in the anchor and headed the flashed ominously.; behtndrthe threatening foamy streak advancing towards him, the-boat, tearing the oar from From her hand dangled a'rope which (By this time the gale bad somewhat answer. .
?Oat towar a certain point, which i clouds. / x v his. experienced ,eye told him that, a the boys; hand. Quickly, she rounded t sl'.e'as lowering, to him; when. she abated, but the angry 'waters Hastily and fearful he grasped the. -: .

*fe knew to be"the best fishing place John tookJQ,, ;?his', anehor/and; secured squall! was upon him; quickljr haul.tug her broadside to the advancing waters I t had contrived to land the enjf of the still surged around them, occasionally .rope and descended to the rock, but'k: :'
the bay. it ann ly tnfrhe'< ( Itttle;forward in the main sheet he brought the and howling gale onward swept a rope upon the rock she shouted to I breaking over them in foamy human,
His boat 'rode the waves beautiful. deck: 'the sail lazily mounted the! ; boom aboard, then letting go the halyards dark broken wave, angrily it curled her son to .seize:it, ,':but he was pain showers. The mother 'again spoke no form- shadowed its Urlp-. : \'
* Majestically rising and falling to swaying' mast- .creaking'1: reproachfully ; the sail fell to the deck; anof>> over the helpless boat; a moment she fully aware that: .to. release his hold .cord of encouragement to her son, Ins surface. : 'ii,
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t h : Bbrag' swell she dashed the at each'haul.,/dpwar4, rose the not a moment,too_soon, for simaltanVously tieasted the mighty flood then over upon the rock with ore hard! in his but her heart misgave her when she I The noble mother had sacrificed
r thfnr sprayfrom': her symmetrical! peak, b t'Um )y'hUQi thesatl .to thebcora. with the drop of the boom the she went. John struggled manfullyto weakened condition'jneant instant de-- lealized that she herself vas becoming her life to save her child. Weakened 'r!

her is a foam traced path marking ot.a brfith' ,o? alf;' ruffled squall shuck the ;boat, she' ''heeled' keep his head above the water, iructon! and he" shook his head' help exhausted, and unless 'assistance I beyond her enduranca her receat'': :
wake' Speeding onward she over on her beaa'end but iqu 'kljr anothermonster wave followed close lessly. quickly came her benumbed and .
t *vea the:blue waters like a thing the surface ;of the. broke ., ater. righting herself, she flew before ''the ly upon the other, picked him up- and Several moments elapsed when the bleeding lands would be torn from' efforts she had been swept f-om the j .

1Ife", while not a tremor shOOk, the Making' the peak nd"mairi.lads. blast. John endeavored to bring her flung him. 'bruised and. almost unconscious half conscious, youth was. startled by their ,grasp- upon. the rock, and 'the rock and perished in the moment of '

%OWy expanse,of ,bellying- sail fast to the cleata.the.:1outh'.t.09k'. : .. the head around towards home ,but Ail l upon one of ite lower' rocks, hearing his, mother speaking at his rushing! waters sweeping her from her I victory. ----.1. -

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.. K hope sir, you never sin As a Tule r the people. And 'although 'Aldrich' .,
;, 'Ben" Daniels'}atx"The :' Lt., t..:.. --"r..r.: ".,; t\9iJa{\ >$Jl.'y; ; Qi is'. Jthojitm\ wyfin; his: I skillful work has' wrought to public ; <
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-- # treatmeiyfiofothers- nedsfmircy -I interests greater damage: in an hour] W'BRfNT BUILDING : < I,'
. t: ; for himself. Mercy among the than the cheaper efforts of Depew i I .

DQorQf.ffop [:virtues is lily the moon among tfie and Burton could accomplish in a .... '. ,
; g [sta/srr-not spd> lifigr -and. vivid a? lifetime, Aldrich moves: In select circles ..' .. 'I .. '( B.S.
': many, but dispensing a calm radi where Burton is! actually ostra' )
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: ,: Richard U, Metcalfe, In Mr. Bryan's Cppamener. > / I ance that hallow the whole. It 1$ cised and where pew't'I.' welcome is '":' .,. .' ), ':: : atai
the bow that rests upon the bosom of not quite so effusive al pf yore.If ; \' I' I
II 't. 1 the cloud when the' storm is past. It ',the door of hope" in the political f bl
I is the' light that'- hover's above tie. chamber is to be barred to the !\ :.
judgement seat" Daniels who has stolen mules and
'Mr. Roosevelt recently nominated ly unshaken,
either by day or by
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chances are Ben Daniels repented not open
Arizona -
r to te United States marshal for night and'whsn the fight'ingwas over
will make a creditable record in the the Aldrichs who oppress a patient l _
and the
Ben Daniels "Rough Rider."iSoon fatigue had been so great asH :
i office of United marshal. defiant to the end.
States 1\ people and remain E
after this nomination was made > exhaust.all but the :very strongest, I
questions his No There many in state
one oqe are men every
public is was alleged and admitted'that :I would employ_him, although a sick
doubts his tenderness for those who far less dangrous to
who prison are
Ben Daniels had served a term roan, in conducting on foot the carts, I
I suffer or his and if free would be ofi i
willingness to make sacrifices society whb a)
in the penitentiary on the charge of containing fever-struck men, whomwe I
for them. and service to the world than
Courage far ;
teijderr.ess )-
having stolen a mule from a government -; had to send to the fever hospital: I
cot found of the who have been hon
are men men /
agency. Mr. (Roosevelt wrote a in the rear, being certain' that lie I among some .. tlSI
whose cases are hopeless. As most ored with high office and some of the I
iUer Clark of i would in those
to Sector Wyoming .. care every way for
other with them to the '}
men having a preponderance men who are admitted ten (
nomination. In !ln
in support of Daniels' his charge.
of good have recover1 parties of the "400." We often hear I..
{ teat letter the president dwelt atI The senate confirmed Daniels' nom
i ground which 'in many cases all unknown that those who belong to "the criminal 4 FI :
length this man's career say \ ,
!: upon t U> the world, they have lest; classes" must be restrained for the
Jag "he was 'born and:; brought up in]| While 'it la, ;true .that ift tire appoint so nwn.who likd, Belf'Paniet9 have benefit: of society. True, but what I TIn
'y the west when" it was a very wilds ment of' Ben Daniels the president I fallen in full sight,of the world may are "the criminal classes?" Com
west indeed; also "he finally got |, took upon himself a great responsi-I yet have the of who, raised qc> "' tg idS It
i opportunity 'redee n- monly we mean the man ,, In
t with a set of men of bad character bility, who will say that "the door ofhope" to.! a t+ 7rart crtical of in criminal environment, takes
and tooft'part fn the/'robbery/ under'I 1' sb'0ulariav, a":b e"en'tlos .1uixin eyes I a P.
-f crime
.oeietyyeven .forms
as they ha1il'nys hal jobbery and other 1J
arms of a band of horses or n-.uljs Daniels because of bL\,old..sin? of 7J.
th.a.JopEprtnn.itjr- redeeming .themsElves and gives no recognition to the rights
from a government agency. The old- course "the.door ot.bope dbes! riSotnecessarily '.:"
in their own consciousness. of T'rf'Tp.ty T cf "r=" "" "--i 11f
et criminals escaped, the younger swing on political )hints; There;is'a lesson for the ola' as regard for the laws of God and the I
man was captured/tried and convict- I As a general proposition it may be well} as for th"young: in that little Maiutes ct man" Such as these should!
'1-and served a term in the penitentiary i safer for th*-public welfare that one verse familiar in the nursery'"Mildly of rrursfi. "be ietra'rpo But what'of
/' i who has sinned as Ben., Dapiels\ sinned the better 'edueate man who,
Mr. Roosevelt urged Daniels' confirmation be permlnUed to work out hi
judge ye .of each other, rearF1 jn wealth or grown to it early
particularly in view of nla salvation "in the cool. sequeater'dvale Be to condemnation slow during his manhood years, hungers
good record since emerging froiiail. of lite" it Ipayha.tbat! thepicture
But Fof'JUe best have, many .failings for more gold and in the effort to ac- -
| The president 'dteclar.ed: "A draw 'by' Mr. Roosevelt
And the worst seme good ran show cumulate violates! laws human and
more gallant, more loyal and more 1 showing Ben Daniels at times bending "
'he sun itself has spots of darknessOn divine, becomes blind to the picture
trustworthy soldier never wore the I over his sick and wounded< com- its radiant front This building will .be ready for about 1
they sat, of children made naked by his greed. new fire-proof : occupancy July
United States uniform. Referrlus rades and ministering to their naces-
And the clock that never. goeth and deaf to the cries of women made]l A of the has already beers jaken but the is still for .'..
to DanUls. record during the Span- .l aides, .and .at. other times fighting Speaks correctly twice day" hungry by his crimes? What of, part space following re:
iaTT-American war the president std: ',faithfully, fa .the front ranks in defense t these men? Do they not properly b3'1 D oub l e,store in North end, car yi li%ecbfid floor, each floor 43 x 120 feti.Freight :.
"Hewas devoted to his comrades in of the fla'g is a better dsscription '
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sot particular: in long to the criminal
sickness as he was Indifferent to his '. of"the Teat 'Daniels than is pro- the selection of our public ;officials they not be restrained as the common elevator and stairs. 4 V.-: ',
own life In battle. He nursed iris vie' ( .in, the act for the commission: that ,one need.gete excited over theDaniels thief is restrained ana1( visited Entire South half of second-floor f ; J -" .- .
comrades when down with, the fever |of which he serves: a term in prison.
with.a.saiduQUS. care, at the very time; Most mien .who will tell the truth have reformed appointm and that Ben extent seems he to with the which same society:unrelenting now gives condemnation to theI Eighty off ices on third floor!eai of if ejsupplied; 'with heat, light and water:

that he himself was so sick with the will admit that they have been guilty has thj advantage of some of the n'en t lowly criminal? I Ij The building is fire-proof throughout; entirelY modem in construction a.dequipment ::
tha he right to death'sfloor. of things which they would
fever : came
do who have been. elected! and ,re-electeV j In his book "The Jungle" Upton I and and tf sir' -floors elevator and stas::
In. battle I. repeatedly totruste quickly' Insist not provide a' fair appointed .an reappointeal'! public Sinclar tells awful stories of tie second &:. ;:etched by both

< t:m with the performance of hazy basis for judgement. In the language office in this land of the free. Some packing of diseased meats for consumpt'on For further particulars,,address rs pply;to.'FAG! Befirtr/over FirstNational. Bank
ar.dous duty, For example 1 Intrustd the deaf juror in "The Resurrec have .
very important been filled among the; pet '- t
with the leadership of the. tion" by Tolstoy "There are of -
him none
I I and are yet occupied by men whose pIe. By other investigators these .
who lie all us saints." If we were held accountable .n '
)sharpshooters "
offenses compared wifh that of Dan stories are substantially corroboratedas ='
a. day in the Jungle between the Spanish for every mistep it would be iels may ,be likened to,the glareof a for instance, in The Worla"s( Work ,
1 lines and ours *o as. to keep necessary for most of firs to"spend a locomotive headlight alongside of a for May in which Thomas H. McKee ent sin but for penitent sinners. We '
down their fire on our trenches. H. lifetime upon our knees. tallow dip. There*hare been United and Doctors Jaques and Hedges print may fool come of our neighbors, but. PENSMOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY
'Was always at the front in any emergency 'A British" general' addressing John States senators and "
; and his coolness' was absolute. Wesley, said: 1'nev r forgive. (who have persistently betrayed tUe Packingtown.The error within ourselves we :
y public interests and the only instance packers recently escaped conviction come to understand the weakness of; Phone 570.Estimates .
b No woipan's.. happi* where such as these have been held on a criminal charge by resorting our fellow\ Sympathetic with their, j !
: dVoman'S' Hess can be complete to account is in cases like those of to a technicality, and they struggles we ,gain strength fpr our; cheerfully furnished on all classes of electrical

'without children; i it the late.Senator Mitchell and Senator are today openly violating. the laws' own. Honest'erjougi'Df to condemn;mu1ew4f in work., "VQ hand l all l kinds of electrical supplies.
.Daniel.theV-lhef.t a
is Burton* .MJtchell i and Burton were of the land. Are they entitled to a :
'.' her 'nature tcfforft-
'' I poor and had lost prestige in financial move in circles from which the com.-: should be, brave..enough to ctaideiaa : ;"'. S6UTHBAYLEN-STREET
:; want them I circles. They won't: permit Bur- mon malefacto is barred? Dq they in a 'R ck' hllel'"the-rape.a!; -:natiun.! 205, : : ,

Nightmare; soasitia J lto to occupy his seat in th.e.senate, not in fact belong to the front rank "'flte?e are mohe. : of us : saint.f.' *" > Pensacola, Florida..
the beau. : tut Depew-who wrongfully acquire of "the Criminal classes?" Bur men ,have plundered lher--fe! --- -----!
and (thousands where Burton wrongfully) In an eastern' city several years ago lows'on the highway who Jvrauld. I1Jti* "
The [critical ordeal through which the exPe t Triother pure took pennies-i welcom'ecl 1 with,;open I efforts; Vere made to purify the water to profit through the sale of diseased ,'
must mules-'from
pass, mcjt. JJen have stolen
arms when he has the courage tQ supply. The accomplishment of tbp.e
however, is so fraught with dread,,paw, suffering and danger that the show his face. And while Depew has efforts was defeated by politica' government corrals who: would not We ;Furnish. :Everything That EntersInto
tory thought of it fills her with apprehension! an.h..4 rror. There i h no better standing ban !'Bur O\ %nd the bosses who were anxious to fill their think of poisoning: the; watersupply! 1. C '

necessity forfthe reproduction of life to be either painful or dangerous.The men of' his,class, t .e e'are mea who own pockets with ill-gotten gains.. For of- a great city. And whatever" the.-' the Construction of a Building,
of Mother's Friend so the while having corniced\ greater I a period of eighteen months this all fault of Beq Daniels may have been
use prepares .for the "
system event
,, wrongs than Depew committed: stand important work was delayed and :society has less to fear at the. bands' 'Foundation;
that)it safely passed without an .'dagger. This great and wonderful higher than Depew: Aldrich, for instance during that period 1-200 men women of such. as he than at the hands bf the Front :Shingles. _
w rtmedy is always would disdain 'r well dresse roguet who} posing! as the
ap- : .to sorto and children diej> from drinking .im/ .
''t exfeynally, ands what" is commonly rcalled theft; be pure water. They( were the victims "defender of national honor" traffleksi! : .It i1J.1te: to your'pecuniary interest to get our; :'e'
carried thousands .0 tber might reject a retainer,for"his_ appearance of greed. Do the' men responsible for \In'the natiph's virtue. a'nd']who, pre-1 I f '"
i' pa 'tu>i1er, cemnt-paints, varnish hardware, e
women'i roughthe for aif i individual or firm before this crime belong to "the. criminal \tending to be an fntelligent'patriot, is, ,
a department; -but- :notoriouslyhe classes?" IB } iith. an ar.tisUc. plunderer. "ff '
tiying'icrisis' without.suffering represents the Standard .Oil interests It is true that for the protection of
,' Sea* for ire fco k coo toiii$ infomitioa ofpdt F d 'of the floor of'the;Unit a1] society crime in every degree should. JUST RECEIVED'100.' GENUINE Saunders. Mill :Company,
le ,tajlp to t rl8n st t S-ieitater'Aidrfch"lsthe"stumhung be vigorously condemned. But 'th? |IMPORTED PANAMA-HATS STTHE

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ctAVAY I blQ9dpu'; er'andJonic.or; i is. soreliableinthe ..cure.of .blood.disIIHl THE GREAT, _
Spark Plugs Batteries/ Telephones / V eases "of, eyery.character as..S. S..S. It is known_ a s. "The i_BLQQ9 EUR f1 ;
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Alberta Pourtless city. properties act gently admirably in the up-building of a run- 51 ;.t ,.i:

i.t -. Harry Porter, MontgpmeryAla.Jack i down, ,wakened or. disordered condition of the system. f'y :

Sagas, city.Escam-bia> Fla. ,One of theg reatest points in favor of S. S. S. is that it is the only blood remedy on the -l+ :
Electrical Supplies of f All JJinerva market which does not contain a mineral ingredient of kind Ml
: fvihds.l Lillian Suggs, city; .M some to derange or damage the .1:: 1
,.iBffie sUgg3. 0'tv.. >. T system. It is the:one medicine that can be taken with absolute safety by the youngest child J ,

John Frenkel city. or the oldest member of the family, and whq have allowed their '
Clara B. Frenkel city. systems to get in -t?
i -. f.i ;.- .. Eddie' Frenkel ci Y. : f such condition that most medicines are repulsive to the stomach will find that S. S. S. : :

Repairs to Fans, Lights, Motors, Theresa Valanzand, city. while thorough, i is gentle and pleasant in its action, and'has"none of the nauseating effects, : -i{ "
Barrow ( :
Will Sam ;
1: Launches Gasolene'Engines Etc. Joe Fetoro, city. ", ... of the different mineral mixtures and concoctions offered as blood purifiers. :' : i
= r. Alfman. cit. .1 i- As of .the is f
Julia every part body dependent on the blood for nourishment and it is '
> strength !
ij .
Out-of-Town ; Work ::Solicited ', ,I., Rosa Jennette Alfman Farine, city., city. necessary that this vital fluid be kept free from ..germs and poisons. So long as it remainsuncontaminated '1 ':

Florence Wells, o't]. > we: are fortified against disease
Our ,/ Albert Wells city. : : and health- is assured ; but any impurity, Gent emen-S, S. S. is used as a family medicine In our : ..; ','j
to Our
Specialty } 1
Attending Business
: Properly. Hannah Stone, city. humor home I myself have taken and always found it what It la !;
,' or poison acts injuriously on the system claimed to be. It .
Nora Wells, city. thoroughly cleanses the
system of im :
V : r". (, Oscar .Wells, city. and affects the general 'health. Pus purities increases the appetite, improves the digestion, t "
Phone-570/,: L. r Maudie Burgra/'city. tular eruptions- pimples rashes and the and builds up the general health. I have given it to my .. r ;
Robt. Cushman Daniels, city. with fine results. It promptly restores the appe ," V, t r !
,'. -. > if Garland Nunez, city. different skin affections show that the blood Ute and clears the skin of all eruptions. It is a very fine A.. )':
i Florence B(330( W. Zarragossa) is in a feverish and diseased condition as blood tonic and has my hearty endorsement. '
a 124 S. 9th st Lebanon
Pa. p H. THOMPSON. .
Webster Berry, city. result of too much acid the of : .
Pensacola Electric or presence '
Company Emanuel S..Roth, city.....' ,
,, '. "IPeter Knowles Baysiore.! some irritating humor. Sores and Ulcers are the result of morbid, unhealthy matter in the ,
' ? Contagious Blood Poison
Kasten Soderqu'.st: city. etc..,are all deep-seated
205 South Baylen Street. Benjamin D. .Robinson blood disorders that continue to grow worse as long the poison remains. :I
l ', .. .. Norma Bazzell.. city. But all'blood diseases are not acquired; some persons are born with an hereditary taint .;

.. ... .. .. Alma Yates, city. in the blood and we see this great affliction manifested in The skin has ;:
Roy C.arl5n, city, many ways. a : "

, _,. 2..:- _. _- .. ..,. ..... .. _.' .,.. Eyerie' Kerchoffer,' city waxy, pallid appearance, the eyes are often weak, :glands of the neck enlarged, and as the ', '

---- ,--..- Virginia C. Walker city. taint has the blood since birth the entire health is usually affected. ,

they hold us in- for ten years, there Camelia Schra'tz city. In all blood troubles S. S. S. has -
will, be enough' sore seek.ers Emory H. skinner city. I proved itself a' perfect remedy and has well earned the

FLORIDA POLITICS r''i that have been, disappointed i in Lida Tippin Walton city. :: title of "KING OF BLOOD PURIFIERS." It goes down into the circulation and removes ,
getting' the offices, promised them ou Sylvia"Kinney, Jacksonville, Fla. 'i i all poisons, humors, waste or foreign matter, and makes this stream of life and health-
the' east side, and at Bonifay to-r help Floyd Hemphill! city. pure
AND POLITICIANS! us carry the. court 'house 'any 'where James Rowan, city., : !' sustaining. Nothing reaches inherited blood

fIr'_ .. we sufficient; :want it.K :'A you' word don'tlet to the wise u* splIthe ,tis Julia Kate! M.M. Pfeiffer Hartman; |i! troubles like S. S. S.; it removes every particleof

-'. .-.- .- *-' .. .. .., -. county the sore has! will helpus Stella! Reinhardt, 'city. I i the taint, purifies and strengthens the weak,
i Lr next time.-Westville Advertiser. Adrain Whiting,city '.. !, deteriorated blood and -
I Can Spare Some Politcis. I palmed off on the party and we supplies it with the .
Fred Levy, city.
For the next two years the result: -of-Hie. election'' demon Something Out of Gear. Laud\ Clark, city. healthful properties it needs and establishes the 1

a ill have less politics that he could, at least hard The proportion of voters to population Everett Welsh, cty.:: I I foundation for good health. As a tonic this
have been weaker det. lop
It may
that will have .
leans we
: will usually average 1 to 5. This Clyde 'sanhour, Mftton .
apples and tomatoes. 'Mr. Hearst will still be *the ratio does not hold in this county, Clyde Douglas o'.ty.: great medicine has no equal, and f it will be found

easily afford to spare man for the democrats; to where the white primary vote show C. V. Lindstrom, city1..:*,: PURELY. VEGETABLE especially bracing to weak, anaemic persons.
folitlcs.! -West. Palm in 1908. butt if Mr. Bryan de about 800 ny
votes to .
3000.population or wj.Uk
V "s the nomination'he will 'unques. l'to 3 34. Either wet raiso voters; in Joseph Barber filly? Rheumatism, Catarrh, Sores and ulcerS Skin

Take Your Medicine get it, and ha will, inthe excess, or the count is short. The Doris Crona Wf ri-Uigton, Fla. Diseases, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Poison and all other blood troubles are cured }
Parkhill TaHaiassee' :; Fla. permanently
fan.All Rejoice not hare over their a opinion than any, poll-more other man votes whore 1 from truth all is points that many of men come here Mabel' Hoket- city. by S. S. S., and so thorough is the cleansing of the blood that no trace of the disease -
the to
All: could not be elected. democratic "party could nomi 1 their votes claiming .compass this as tbejr can 4 atha"iGn'g, ef!$'. :$1: '. .1!! is left to break out in future years or to be transmitted to offspring. If are in '
had to stay at home. If -Live Oak" Democrat. home for the sak ,of1ond associations Elmer Ward Hagood Spartanbur .; need of blood "TH%
low got the most votes a .' while pursuing their business! or calling S.. C.Wm i' a purifier get > KING" of them all S. S. S.-and good results are ,

telp for It.Ve are all Elect All iuome elsewhere.-Monticello News. MdDl t Hag Spartanburg' S. assured. Book on the blood and any medical advice desired furnished without charge Let's take our medicine of the bretherri of the Florida .. C. I! all who write. .

or bear our triumphs ss who were candidates for: legis Illustration of "Knifina. 1 Tom Haood.. SDartanburs.- -. S. C. I TUJ...-:" ... W/fT."... v'-.w AAAelIR1E/V.,V.-H'. H.It.,.,-0.,.. U AI '
I .H'
I Monticello.. News c.. v holiors.dI4n't pull through and Politicians play some strange tricks Eugene Wilson. 'cltyTrar' -- .
\are'sbrry'-tir each' ''instance, '.for in-the :Leila
name'-of'UisfriPoIitks.; : Fbr Instance Brown; city ,I' .
After the Speakershlp. are all good men and would have the only man nominated by iL'llie Hartzog city..." .A
Rumor has it that ; excellent work ,if, elected. In both factions for alderman of Cedar H. St. J. Wienboltz. city.
Matthews, the brainy hour of their defeat let them' re- Key failed of election. There's- 'Rebecca Fondeibila, city.
Bradford, will be a that whateveris Is right and illustration of "knifing" in politics. Eunica L. Fernandez; city. '
Speaker of the House. old Vox Populi nndar whose Bronson's Times-Democrat John I. Walker, city.
an enviable record as a ] -we1 live has done the best *'" \ Matrie J. O'Connell! city. I THE SOUTHERN HOTELMRS.

and would undoubtedly could under the circumstances: but' Gratifying Endorsement Nearly Correct: \

Herald.tie presiding officer.- could not elect.everybody.-Live The endorsement received by Com- Tae following bright puzzlers; sent, F. L. BOWEN, PROP.

.. Democrat: gressmaij Sparkman in his old homecounty correct answers' to eght! of the nine!
| The Candidates of 1908. must be very gratifying to that puzzle ivctures: I I OPEN ALL THE YEAR. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN.
Word to Wise.
gentleman. Not only did he have Oscar
no H Schusset Jr., who gives,
The Democrat recently political :enemies moved the formal opposition, but the vote for him "No.7 "
The tention Pensacola to the fact that house to Bonifay by telling the was the largest received by any ,of the. he deserves pineapple special is mention so nearly! as correct does I j I SPECIAL SUMMER RATES
Journal that the court house
at West-
candidates who hand no opponent. Mr. Mac Hodgkins, who is eve'n : % '
vant, thoughtful and well nearer]
le was Split open from stern to Sparkman. possesses the active
apparently shelved Mr. and that wey. ,would. have to positive confidence of his people;,and and beJng correct giving "No. 7pippin" I Pleasant, Convenient, Comfortable. Quisine Excellent,
candidate for the another'if 'it remained; here. he fully deserves it. and a "pippin" is an "apple..!' .
tion! for President in same 'parties 'are now telIlng'that So signally perform Few duties have but-"apple" Is not always "pippin. Set vice Up-to.Date .
substituted Mr. Bryan. court has 1: and none has a more appreciative and Florence Fondebila gives bobh "NoS. I 1f .
change of heart in a : What evidence do 3 and 4 orange" and though the edi-
open representative COIlstituency.-Tampa: tor i I If f you will call up phone 490, drop us a postal or call in person,
I taper was no\ewortn, want to s1Ow'3-'o\fthat! \ our county Times. '. feels sere she meant to write "No.i'

iararaph on the subject I splitting?We are so wide apart *' 3 Damson" as Miss Rosa did .it had we will be glad to give you rates for either rooms, board or both
replies as follows: "As" to masons cannot build-a' court For Salt Rivr Trip. to be thrown out The little lady ,
tal and Mr. Hearst, we that will not 'split It may be 'A better spirited or more jovial lot must be very careful, as the puzzle

Mm cause for we the believed nomination him at in onlby they are'sp1lt" 1 lmhig'so.;asfto th, .'court condemn house it I off ty candidates scheduled! than for duty those on in this the, coun"Salt answers editor must written be governed on the coupon.I only by the I l ;. __. __ -, -- __ -='- -: : _' 2'- :-",=' '; .

mach! the strongest man contract .for a .more expensive river" .trtp could br 'ly be fount, } in Hilda, Edward and Marguerite Anderson -
pieof any who were ;so as to tie it at Bonifay. The ..only a month's travel. They}: all sing "It's Charlie Merritt, J. Montrose!!
democratic l le'a'dershlp. 'tlt y""c3 ',xeep 'the'-confC 'house All Over "Now", and wear the usual Edrehi, Elm're Bell, Olga Thiesen,I WOOD
him infinitely"stronger will' "to'split the co'un- happy "smile that won't come. off,"- "Willie: Wilkinson, Bessje L. Ferryman, -
| trick candidate. Whom and get Hd" of,'the:west "side. If Ocala! Banner. Olie! and Edna Briggs Clotilde Dl r 6b Cary. O 90. JDOtt:'". ,

=- ,- ,' -T.11Qfrr--.. 'tlllpr.f'ln. -'-.._-' .'';rlo1thl".Q n..i auu ftIlO1&11I ..Q AeMU. .....1.... I AND

:;:: experience"t I -, Minnie Esperidian Barbare Borras., Vincent Laurie Bruno Traweelr Do-, Steam, Domestic, Anthracite! CO A L V

V mincio Monti all give "No. 3" as either and Blacksmith COAL -
TT.V "watermelon," "raisin" cr "currant", moe-No. i3 South Palafoz street. Ttlbpfcone 93.

Mary Jones "No. 8 persimmon, Juan- YarJ corner Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones I 6; and 37J ,
'ita Simmons "No. 7 date," Mack Flowers -I Oak and pine wood, in any size. All|
D I IL (Dathan) "No. 3 current," Max. I grades of coal for sale.) We are now
Flowers ("Dairy Farm" - ? ua om 9 -." I

L-- (/ uoimi i, :Alberta and Ros'e May Reno "No.
E. G.
3 .watermelon." These little girls addressed SEWELL & CO.,

their envelope to "Alberta PUZZLE ANSWER COUPON
Reno, 626 E. Government St., city" Phones 614 and 363.
instead of to "Puzzles" and had a narrow I I
J V escape from getting left out. .i Answers Mtfjt Be Written on This Coupon Blink. No I '
Jake Berlin's answers to "4 and 5" .. Attention Will Be Paid Those Not Written On It No ./
are not only illegible, but all are so "* Exception to this Rule. Florida and Alabama

irregular-some lines blank and
with two words on them, that some the My answers to the puzzles in The Journal to-day are as follows: LAND COMPANYManufacturers

Whole coupon had to be thrown out.

oi"I I Everett Welsh addressed his en- No.1 of ,
velope to himself instead of "Puzzles" and Dealers in
Don't take scoop coffee I proportions blend for uniform re I I from us direct. Send us $1.80, postal or and came near getting left in the answers / LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN ,
Arbuckles' ARIOSA in the cup. First they must have express money order aud' we will send to advertisements.Two GLES AND
sold only in sealed packages supply to preserve uniform quality.buckles 10 pounds of Arbuckles' ARIOSA in a blank No. SAP. I
!loose out of a "scoop.". buy-aore 'coffee}. ,than any strong wooden box transportation paidto and the editor has no means were of received know- I ..
A coricefns'-in'the world com freight station. Price fluctuatesand
grocer may"recommend your
ing who' sent them, "but
fee at SQ much a pound. He and,is the most' uni cannot be guaranteed for any period. Pensacola puzzlers will be fears two No. 3 ,/
Re Then the roasting, You cannot buy as good coffee'fOr the, disappoint .
!!!means well. If he han Brazilian Ambassador tells me money under any other name or. loose ed, as they were together in a white /
himself' from the tree to you coffee-roasting is an art,";was the by the pound. More-the coffee will envelope dropped in the Puzzle Box: in No. 4No. YoutH NotBe '
*EJ!trust him implicitly. testimony of a world famous chem !come in the original packages bearing The Journal office.
But the does not! Where and artists mdre likely to find ;the signature of Arbuckle Bros.,-which: Miss Luci'e Alderman sends a beau ,
He know ptOyIUent-ma1)ipuJatjng'a little roast .entitles you to free presents-10 pounds tifully typewritten list, but-'she will l 5 \ Ashamed
may something .in'the Arbuckle. Ula. where the ,-10 signatures. New book with colored Please! read the rule at top of "Answer ,
l B
a may think he does but roast amounts'' the.hundred ,.pictures of 97 beautiful useful presents Coupon(' 1 ?
toU't He buys it loose! From pounds?. -- will be sent free if you write. YOU can Aloysius Berry sends answers to the NIJ. 6 of Your Shirt i

elan know-If' you did it /'t take scoop"coffee buts, buy a write-first and see the book before you" "Writer" puzzle pictures. I ;
i it anything from trusts of ArbucWes-ARIOSA; *. Take order the coffee. :iD'ck Vanny forgot: to read the rule No.7No. if we had its laundering ;
J'ys wioleaaleT-maybe a and keep the.beu intact until The present department is an'old in. at the top of the "Answer Coupon. to do. We our as proud ;.
}does not matter.maybe What a little do to use.' "We hermetically. seal each stitution vita us to add a little senti. (So many letters were received that i of our handiwork as you ,
coffee? .More n after roasting'with a coating of ment to the business. it is impossible to Drint them all, but can possibly 'be of your
than -
put and granular sugar to close I those from Marv Jones ,
fps. eggs PRICE IS NO EVIDENCE"OF Delta. Fla.; nice linen. Let our wagon -.
Jere do they their pores and preserve the flavor: .A lit QUALITY Maggie Allen. Chinley, Fla.; Charlie No.9 = call for your wash.
get mikes! it'eisy tQ'griud and I Vincent I I ,
"'here does it come from ? warming ARIOSA is just as likely to suit your Merritt, Bruno and Dominic i
whose hands touched it last I. the flavor: Coffee deteriorates taste as coffee that costs 25 or 35 centsa i Monti. and the two signed, one "Minpie" The Star Steam :
*Jere had they been? pased to the' air-it also,That collects is pound. It aids digestion and increases. and the other "Mabel" are among No. 10- i i ..
and absorbs impurities* the
They can't tc>111 Java from should .4B.EWARE'Of THE power and ambition to work. the best and shortest and they are J -
4 looks after it roasted i you Address cur nearest office Box Dept.1 NameStreet Laundry. :
is ,all -
J man, expert by years of j ARBUCKLE; BROTHERS, most welcome to join the Journal'spuzzle 'I I
{T enee. to select sound : your grocerwillvtot: sell-you the Tl Water Street, New York City. army, in which there Js always 17 E. 3
fee L.1 of high .cup merit; wne Arbuckles'' ARIOSA. ,coffee- it 100 Liberty Mlchigu Avenne Avenue and Wood, Chicago Street, HI.Pitubnirh,Pfc 1 room for "lots" more. So-"keep on No. Ptnsacola,, '1.. .:j.

I *ith the knowledge'and be ereatly-' oiit. ,-advantage'... -to'buy 421 South Seventh Street. St. Ionia, Mo',7 |<;, .. "frying," _all of you : j. __.t6,
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; 6w PEOPLE, anti" $,EVENT, ''" $.,f.,., WaISU"", -Park or & Reese Co

Seen, Heard arid Done Among Those Who GOt Come and V. -


," Tarry,, Wpmen.and Society; Here and .Elsewhere.F .

., ... .HquseC/eaning
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F ; .Qy E. NE7LIE BECK. Telephone 669.

k .. ..-. '. -, Many pieces ,of Wash ,Goods',that, must' move' quick. Mercerized Madras

Aeolansi in Shadow Checks and Corded: Effects. Some Solid Colors-Some Fancy
WITH MRS. CHAFFIN. t The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature.

The' Cosmos Euchre Club met with Monday and Tuesday
Mrs. W. Watkins on Wednesday:
First prize won by :Miss Etta Watkins ,

MONDAYt and .second 'by Miss Margie WiT-: A '

H kins.On'. Tuesday afternoon the Clua. II I I I. ,WILL SELL AT HALF PRICE

i j1I1 I' 4 o z' ,
will meet :with. :'Mrs. E. P. Chaffin -

YOUNG PEOPLE-+FORM- :,50 26 inch UMBRELLAS (ladies) ,Assorted Handles, Paragon

1 NEW SOCIALCLU3. t $ I .25
: A number of young people met at I Forms,,Patent Runners at ? '

SHOPPERS the home,of Miss Carr e E. Gahlen-
beck Friday evening aid organizeda
club which will bs called the J. F.; $2.00 0 0A
F's, .- t'I 2 5 White Embroidered and Fancy PARASOLS, Choice x /
Officers wer elected as follows: I r -
tr $3.501Dadies' i president Miss Kate D. Barrow; vice
I president, Mr., Willie F. Gouldiagrl!r
Button welt
Patent secretary,Miss Carry E. Gahlenbeek; i'rI I, few Imported Robes and Embroidered ,Patterns left. The special prices win move them quick
'feoles, dull top Cuban heel; a new i 1
,assistant Miss Etta L. Hall
i Ulast secretary :
door-keeper. Miss Glenn :M. Daily. I

$3.00 The at next Miss Etta meeting Hall's.will be neb'! Friday ,/ 1 r I 3000 Yards New Embroideries on the 10c counter. Better

.,..,I. -+- make your selection quick.
Ifcadies' Patent Blucher Oxfords: The many friends and acquaintances
\)lain toe, light sole, Cuban heel, large -of Miss Hanna Hirschman. will! .; ,,
_eyelets, silk laces, very dressy for be Interested in'the following invita-I sf 1 $$1.00
ISc value each dozen
,QO\"I1A tions which are. being received.Mr 50 Doz. Huck Towels 10c Per #

and Mrs, Bernard Hirschman :
1 I
i the honour of f :
$2.50 request. jour presenceat < f : I
the marriage of their daughter '
Hanna' ". ISc
y $3.00 \ to c t' 'S '" '. 2000 Yards White Madras Shirting 36 inches wide, at
Mr. Aaron Jacobs '
adies' gun metal Calf Oxfords, plain i
Wednesday morning, June
and cap toes bluchers Cuban heel,
hundred and six
large eyelets, the'hew leather for ,
at eleven o'elock: '
Yours ,
MONDAY Temple Beth-El t tit i' i. ,

Pensacola. Florida. ,

'l 2. adies' patent'$2.50$2S Button: Oxfords, light SUNDAY DAVIS At MEMORtAL Home"Oppelousa,JUNE Louisiana.-+THE-SERVICE THIRD ..1'ti \' Watson Par 8r & 80880 CO1

Cuban heel, VMISSES'
sAl a beauty, for MON- IN CHRIST CHWRCH\ .. \
The Daughters of the onfederacy I i SUCCESSORS TO GREEN & WATSON
will hold memorial services on Sunday -
$2.00 June 3', in ,celebration of Jefferson 25 and 27 South Palafox Street
f DavU's, ninety- ighth birthday.
Rev. P. H. Whaley will conduct r-w
$2.50 the services in Christ church at 5:30P -
J'adles White Canvass Blucher Ox m. ,

: fords, welt sole, large eyelets, silk rib The Ladies Memorial Association, ,
3 Lon laces, full Cuban heel for MON the Confederate Veterans and all of RAILROAD .......................... ........................
DAY! the public interested. are invited to
attend '- .

'' $2.00. RETURNED; FROM_BoSTON, ,:' :" DRESS IS SOFT SILK.>, >, j ADVERTISING..... ll8l1be. i

ANt WASHINGTON. C Charmingly girlish Is this' misses' fened' with a,.-'lightweight"; haircloth, .
$2.00 ._Paymaster Joha". 6.: Higgins, U. ,S.: dress of Saxe blue chiffon taffeta, trim- and piped with the black satin, through i;
:Ladies' patent tip Vici Kid Blucher N., and Mrs. Wiggins arrived Friday med with p'pings! of black satin. The which is run a cording of featherbone. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE NEW IflatthgIo I

Oxfords large eyelets Cuban heel.. afternoon from, Washington whereMr. full, skirt reaching to' the ankles, is Above this yoke,j&the. separate chem.i YORK.CENTRAL'S, FORWARDMOVEMENT. ) <
fceavy sole, for'Mo.\'DAY : Hlgg1nS"reeeved from past-assistant his formal promotion gored on the aides, has an Inverted ette of epejet| ell o:deny 'batiste. ''" :' pa"masterto .pleat in the back and cither side of The crushed girdle .is of the black >
full paymaster ranking first in ex 'WiJf find our stocK of o
$1.45 Mattings exceptionally! fine just
the front panel are two forward turning satin, fastening with a French gilt
amination. pleats stitched to the 4eellne. he ovai buckle- front,and the sleevesare t now, .many prefttypatterns in light or darkotir :
The department gave him a few The creation of a general advertising fancy dictates: There's both China and Jap Matting and j
bottom of the skirt finished with a full to below the elbow, where
These six specials are running over day's leave and Mr. and Mrs. Higgins'went ,department for the New York i. much 'better than you ever saw for that amount, befor0
hem three inches in width. into turn- :
stitched they gathered high
with VALUE and should be grasped to visit his people in Boston Central lines and the placing in at
eagerly by all. They are this season's at where they had a delightful time. To this skirt Joined the-waist, the|i back puff of, softened with ,charge of that department of the .

w a'\EwEsTs It was his wife's first .visit to Boston blouse portion of which is tucked on haircloth and/fyiped with the black veteran railroad advertiser, George 1 20,2S.30 and 3c Yard Laid Free. i
FFJc'r8aWethhhave le I any his people's first Intimate ac-I the shoulders to'yoke depth'and above :satin. The note oi. black la repeatedin H. Daniels, who has been for nearly :'
1 PRICES they are for MONDAY ONLY' Quainta'nce with a southern girl, and' the bustline into the round joke, stifi the hair borvs. 'twenty years the general passenger. i.:
the result was mutually happy. Mrs. agent of the New York Central railroad V'
Test. 'And the ''"
for kitchen or dining room, thern"> ] V :
: MEYER SHOE Higgins returns charmed with Boston : I mark an era in the history of' I lug more 'comfortable and easier to keep clean than :--ni I 1
j the
COMPANY hospitality and It goes without i locket bearing the, "monogram of was robbed of her due as a membero advertising in America.
club and each was eager for the orchestra. I linoleum, which we have at only 55 and 65 cents nand M i, :
saying that the Bostonese; were delighted The New York Central lines aethe .
wring we'll lay it for without extra cost. Vudoi > j
the honor of it. Mrs. Flinn Wastactive in organiz you porh:
Feet with their new kinswoman, a first great system to create an i
Furnishers For Folks, typical southern belle. Two members won twenty games covered advertising department which covers 1 i shades keep out the sun and makes jour gallery coo,: p "ri i
the' i up for $3.50 to $6.00
+ and cut for locket Mrs. Annie in their and :
all the railways system :
102 S. Palafox Street. PRETTY PENSACOLJA GIRL Dooley winning iL The club generally day night and which promises to be- the far reaching consequence of such|I .
'TO MARRY NAVY MAN regretted that the hostess, who come a source of Increasing pleasure a movement cannot be appreciated at : : !
I THIS MORNING IN NEW YORK was so anxious to win it and got and profit to the music loving portionof first sight, but this action on the part Ii i MARSTON & QUINA
nineteen games, should be dfoap- the community.MR. I 9 I
Miss Josie Griffin, left Friday noon of'the management of these lines emphasizes
\ I for New York when she is due to pointd. the value of advertising gen 108 110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148.
i Pensacola Fia.
.arrive this mo'rnng and, immediately The consolation went to Mrs. C. AND MRS. BIGLAND and forces the conclusion of a i I
Franco- OH her arrival will go at once to the D .Bjers, while Mrs. Deloney won SAILED FOR ENGLAND.Mr. erally strong belief in the efficacy of rail- ..................................NINI.IINIIO1N4e E
Archbishop's house where If her, the silk gauze fan for the tons hand and Mrs. Bigland sailed on road advertising. ,

train is on time, she and Mr. Herbert I prize. Every member then cut for. their ship the Cajo Gitano, yesterday -, Mr Daniels has for many years
American Hobbs, U; S. N.. will be united in the booby a lovely glass ambrosia at 2 o'clock to the regret of all been a firm believer in newspaper ai marriage by Rev. Father Munderlyne.Their '.I bowl'and the hostess got it. i who have had( the pleasure of meet- magazine advertising, and therefore
j i' romance' began two years 'ago Several members of the club are.I Ing them. -Mr. Bigland had quite recovered -the organization of the general advertising' Get the Kodak Habit.
when the fleet was here and the wed in mourning and others have gone to and both were deeply appreciative department of the New York ,
Potted Meats ding was planned for last summer, the bayshore for the summer: but; of the courtesies shown them Central, lines fe of importance to
but Mr. Hobbs was ordered abroad enough are left to make the meetings:: while here. every legitimate publication in America Nothing gives,you quite so much pleasure and brings to nvntl! -o
and; his fiancee'preferred to wait till interesting.The Mrs. Bigland, -who rseided in the daily'weekly or monthly.- Philadelphia many pleasant incidents as that habit of kodaking. Of roi,>--
and his time had expired as it will in next meeting will be with Ills Dr. Anderson cottage on the bay- Record.P. you will nse an. Eastman-if you don't it isn't *. Kolaiv A.
July when he has accepted a business D. Deloney. shore was greatly liked by hr neigh- sell them from ?1.00 up. Also kodak supplies.

position in New York. Meantime he J tors, and as the big ship glided Stone Selling Cheap '
tag hastened the happy day and HONOR DUE TO AN down the bay it"blew a continuous P. Stone with a view of closing out: Coe .s :oco] L tore.Piave .

1 Canned Soups everybody acquainted with his attractive ACCOMPLISHED MUSICIAN.By "I farewell salute from the residence of his stock of shoes, clothing, etc., Isl| 23" 219 South Palafox Street, Peesscata J
young bride-elect will unite the omision of the prefix "Mrs. Col. T. V. Ksssler to that of Mr. offering some very attractive bar'
to Mrs. J. M. Flinn's in The] Eiteen receiving wave of farewell
with his friends in :Mr. and
wishing gains. See his big. ad. in this paper
I All ready to serve Mrs.: Hobbs a full realization of their Journal complimentary notice of the! from the various families at each and be convinced. -
crospects for a long and happy. life concert Tuesday' night, that accomplished home, which was returned froi. the
to-gether. lady and leading 'musician: deck.,

i t "\. The warm weather Is co Many beautiful articles, in cut I SPECIAL SERVICESTO NEW METHOD LAUNDRCPHONE1ISO
ming on and your cook glass, silver, and other handsome MRS. SMITH'S: LiNEN SHOWER
\' will of course expect to presents, have been received at the FOR PRETTY BRIDEELECT.Mrs. .
\ bride's home in this city, as the wed Rust Smith has cards out fora MEN AND WOMEN
'\ take one day a week off ing arrangements have been knownto I linen shower for Miss Ernestine E. W. LAWRENCE, Prop. Ho. 8 WEST ROws' "

> for her picnic. It need their' intimate friends for some "The Best Is WHat We"Sen" Fordham, Tuesday: afternoon at 1 --::
not time. I o'clock.
worry you. however.
v \ .We can supply you with -+- Mi= Mildred Kessler returned last --I _
SURPRISED MISS MABEL The Favorite of the s WILL 7 7 '
\ cannedRartridges ON HER.TENTH BIRTHDAY. evening from Gulfport where she has
Little Miss Mabel -daughter of Mr. been the guest of her sister' and PROBABLY CONCLUDE
and Mrs. L. Kauffman of 422 West Fastidious brother Mr. and Mrs. Norris Davis.1 ., COUNTRY CURED HAMS

Quail Gregory, was surprised Saturday af-- : TO-NIGHT.
.. Mrs. H. L. Simpson leaves in a few
ternoon-'by-l fifteen of her school- -- I ..
Chicken Duck Beef maets who arrived at4 o'clock each {l dajs for Virginia. .V
This at 7:30 o'clock at
armed with k 0 evening
a "pound; package
celebrate tenth birthday. PICKLll I i Lieutenant Nealy U. S. N., is in the Palafox Methodist church ReV. Butler FRESH, TENDER AND SWEETWe

I etc. at lOc and 25c They had 'a lovely time till 7. : city. r Will speak to men only. At the
hour in the basement of the
There was a peanut hunt on the pretty I I '
.. ; lawn'and( -Mrs! Kauffman supple- I II i.i Mr. and Mrs. James G. Pace are church a service for women only will have just received a shipment of Kingham &
; per can.and n-eated the other pleasures by serving expected home from Atlanta Wednesday be held. 'Cos Cured Hams
ice.. cream. and cake. ... LAMBS: night. These services will probably closa Country and Bacon, the kind
-- ---- series of '
all kinds of pur fathers used to eat. They are fresh, tender
which FOREIGN MISSIONARY I J : Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Avery and fam- have been held at this church.I I
\ soups require onb'I SOCIAL AFTERNOON.The : 1 i lily will spend June at Old Mill -Inir There have been perhaps 150 pro- 'and'sweet.'
to be heated and they are Soclal i Afternoon of the For-, : H r where they have: secured; a suite 'Of pessions of faith and over fifty 'additions dk. ,,\. '

\ ready to serve. Just the eign }Missionary Society, which had TONUUES: ,[three pleasant rooms. to the church. We also' have a supply of Fresh Strained Honey gwJrl
J thing for .picnics too. been p/ostponedl! during the. revival ,
,i meetings, will "b"a held on Thursday -- I I Mr. and Mrs J. Earnest Baars expect .- .anteecl:absolutely pure, at 40c per quart.

ir\ In the Sunday school room of the I to occupy their handsome new 'To Remove FrecKles 21 Pimples ,
Palafox M.. E. church at 3:30 o'clock. i bungalow on Bayou Texar June 1.
r The' iel gil 's report, other Interesting Put up in aJass J _at.40c. tnTea Dalys. Vse ::RING' _PHONE 212 and ask about i it.

papers and music will con ill.' Mr. Knowles Hyer and :Miss Jlar oIlSuter N adinola
Appetizing and satisfying
I : Mr. Cross ana'! Miss Tharm, -
tute the program. I' -
Du.nkle's Celery Jfalad..30c A new diseorerr sold
Sol & CO. be" were, entertained at supper Wednesday
Everybody will welcome, ana i under a positiTe tuiraniee -
the members especially are urged to night by Judge and Mrs. Evelyn, and mosey refunded -
.. C. Maxwell. in every ease EAST' Hill
be theta: j I where .It, falls to remorafreckle.
plmpiea liver.epatt
Th. Pure Food Store, -+- ,
can-tan sallowtlons -
( MRS. YNIESTRA_ ENTERTAINSTHE ROSENAU & GERELDS Miss Brown of St. Louis, who ,has 11eoUu 4i8coIoza-
EUCHRE : I spent the season with her cousins ,blackneads and all
'SouUlwut Corner Palafol and FRIDAY CLUB eruptions of tie skin,no M. F.
IMcndenciaj BOWES
I f.Mr. and Mr?. James! McGibbon leaves matter of Row long Manager.
1Irs.J.ll. .Ynie3tra'entertained tho. to-night accompanied by Mrs. McGib Itan4iIIr. Cureaordlaarr )
The Fancy Grocers,' I 1 cases in 10 days,and the .....
I bon. ..
Euchre at her residence Miss -
Phones 1J 8 on, Cerjvantes Brown has received many ; worst in 29 days After. "'
jrh flame was very Inter-!! social attentions and will be greatly these defeats'are removed the skin will to ". -.J,
healthy and No
clear soft pcnlbl
eating and warmly contested, for the! Phone 391 -Pensasota. I mfcsei.. ITrgv ladies, will spend ten Barn eaa molt from Its U cents and IUSat '
leatfiBf drat stores or fey Kail

-- --'- J ace, prize 'was a: very,.handsome gold}l :, .' -Ooatiaied ofc Fage:Fourteen), NAT19lL;t ILfT COl\ffANY..h, IeJ .... Subscribe.. for The- Journal

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One of Our Frequent Sale Surprises, During Which Immense Bargains Are Actually Given

as, Well as A DVERTISEb.Y .

75 Ladies' Parasols, regular 75c values, your choice of 47 50 Ladies Parasols, regular 1.50 values your choice I

this lot, only --". ___ ,.,_ e of this lot, only 1 $1.,9
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250 Hemmed Pillow Cases 42x36, regular 12 '-2c values t Oc 250 Pillow Cases'42x38, regular 15c values each, ,2 1..2 c

each, only _____-____________-__________________________________ only __________________ .________________________________

25 .Dozen Mercerized Napkins large size, regular .29 25 Dozen White Fringed Doylies, regular 1.25 values SSC

., $1.50 values a dozen, only -- -_ __ a dozen, only- -
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50 Dozen Large Fringed Huck Towels, regular lOc values 1Be 50 Dozen Extra Large Huck Towels, regular 15c values

2 for__________..._.____...-.;_--------;- ----------,-__------___..,.,;.._____ each, only___ ____________,r-------------------------------______ 10c
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150 Linen. Finish Sheets 81x00, regular 6Oc values each, 49c 20. Dozen Extra Large Turkish Towels, regular 35c values 24c

only _____________________________________________-______________ each, only__________________.______. ___?_____________________

15 Extra Heavy and full size Bed Spreads, regular $1.25 SSe ;' 200 Bleached Sheets 81x90, regular 65c values eachvalues 5 Be

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25 Extra-Size Fringed Bed Spreads, regular $1.5O $'.19:1 15 Extra Qua11tYBed Spreads full size, regular $1.75 $1 M37 j

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25 Dozen Large Colored Bordered Fringed Towels in Blue 2 Be 20 Bed Spreads good Quality and full size, regular $1.09

and Red, '35c values each, only __ $1.40 values, only--------------------------------------



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It is one of the unwritten laws of ,account.of this gre order: whose influence the Locomotive Engineer3' Monthly absence from home while on duty. founded a relief fund, out of which der was never in better financial con Mrs. Frank Haley, Second Assistant
the universe that the silent, invisible I. reaches from the tropics to Journal, to induce delegates to con- Thus have they become all that their, ii has ..aicfed hundreds upon hundreds diton; than now never in so good G. V.-President, 10G Litchfieid
forces prevail in the eventuation of '-the Arctic 'zone' "and' from ocean to sider the question of organizing a name Implies-helpers and help- of deserving persons. Out of this condition, in fact; for it it now has street, St. Paul), Minn.
things, over those of more boisterousand ocean would manifestly incomplete grand division of such a body. The mates. fund twenty-five families receive an $4,000 more than ever before in its Mrs. R. W. Mays, Third Assistant
apparently forceful character.The unless it gave honored mention td response came in the shape of a inevitably mistakes have been! nual assistance and it is ready at treasury. G. V. President, 700 Texas street
stubbornness of the solid rock the ladies" auxiliary. This beneficent meeting of ten delegates, the charter made. But. experience brought' any time to respond to any deservingcall. There are many appointive officers, Denison, 1 ens.
yields in time to the patient dripping :organization 'works with less ostentation -I members of the auiilia! *" on Oct. 16. knowledge, and time has taught that Among the causes to which it celled inspectors, whose work is Mrs. F. A. Sproule, Fourth G. V.-
of the pliant stream. The steady but with equal effectiveness; itl 1887. On the second day of the each member of the auxiliary has her has recently contributed may be mentioned gladly given and without! remunera- President 77 Louisa street Toronto
pressure of the wind piles up the makes leas noise, but accomplishes gathering fifty-members were enrolled1' individual rights, and that the organization the San Francisco horror. tion for the good of the cause. These Junction, Ontario, Can. _
raging floods against the coast despite much; it doees not go in for 1 It was a small body, but its membership as such has its benefits to The auxiliary has an insurance travel about, as they can building up Mrs. Harry St. Clair, Grand Secr&i ; ,,
the determined tendency of parades and,publicity-rather shrinks I was composed cf determined confer and its needs to be subserved. !feature,'the Voluntary Relief Association encouraging, correcting Bending in tary, 1725: Market street, Logansport,
water to seek its own level The from both--;but when it comes to women-before whom all mortal and Hopefulness walks hand inhand with!I which is regarded as one of the written reports to the Monthly Jour Ind. "
subtle current of the electric fluid real, telling' work, ask any brother-: material obstacles bow the head. helpfulness! and the members of the most successful things of the kind in nal. It is safe to assert that nowhere Mr;. J. G. Bailey. Grand Treasurer
burns its way through solto! steel hood man what he:thinks is the best They went back to their homes, each! auxiliary look forward to a future' existence. Over one half of its membership in the world can an equal bodyof 259: Swan street, Buffalo, N. Y.
and sunders bonds of granite. The thing connected with his 'order, and and several determined to build up even more glorious than their past. i now carries: protection in this more determined and practical Mrs. F. S. Rowley. Grand Chaplain,
world responds to the silent uplift' if he is perfectly honest with! himself:I the order they had assisted in estab1'shing. What It Has Accomplished. department.The women be found united upon one 143 Hancock street, San Francisco,
of moral teachings despite the din : and you he will answer, "The Ladies' How well they labored maybe Among the other things which the Study Club is another notable common purpose. And it is no won- Cal.Mrs.
of devils and the raging of mobs. Auxiliary!" .__ judged from the fact that the auxiliary auxiliary has accomplished, it hasCOffEE' feature, and ig one of the most successful der of it, that the International C. II. Weckley, Grand Guide,
!Back of the gun stands the man; be- Organized in 1887. now numbers 14,000 membersand methods evolved by the aux Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers I 14 Ormond street, Atlanta, Ga.
rind the throne a power. The Grand International Auxiliary I comprises 380' Grand Divisions: I iliary for tha benefit and uplifting! of has achieved so much. With such an I I Mrs. H. M'Fee, Grand Sentinel
The mighty steam engine is subservient to the Brotherhood of Locomotive I ana' that it has received from "the fit membership. This provides an auxiliary at hand how could the I Osawatomie, Kas.
: to an insignificant lookingbit Engineers, 'was' organized in Chicago' r.ilroad systems of the country equalrecognition eight months carefully prepared pro- brotherhood do less? Mrs. George Wilson, President of
,of apparatus called "the goverrpr. in 1S87.t has bad but! 'one president i. with the great) brother gramme for study and guidance. The The Officers. V. R. A., 1317 .Adams street, Alle-
." :Even God Almighty found it ,' its gracious :''founder Mrs. hood itself. programme is published in the Locomotive The following are the present offi- gheny, Pa.
necessary to supplement the Intelligence -W. A. Murdock. Other officials have Methods of Auxiliary Engineers'! Monthly Journal!, cer; of the Grand International Auxiliary -. :\1",=. Mary L. Robertson, General .-
and forcefullness of ,his chef served for-a/lme- been replaced. Jt is mot interesting to recount and provides ample opportunity for I to the Brotherhood of Locomotive Secretary and Treasurer of the V. R.
'oeuvre. man, with the pliant intui- !Mrs.: Murdock*has "been 'retained at the methods by which auxiliary the members of the auxiliary to reach Engineers: A., &45 Segur Avenue, Toleofo, 0.
iron and grace of woman. her post al the J head of"the great bas accomplished its vast success. It : We are the Pioneer out and become identified with sub- 3Irs. W. A. Murdock. Grand Presi- Trustees of Voluntary Relief Asso
And this principle is recognized in order and ,the wsibm') : 'of her continuance began by promoting social' feeling Coffee Roasters of jects of local interest. As a sampleof dent, 1560 Fulton street Chicago, III. ciation.
the great International: Brotherhoodof in this mos} arduous and re- among the engineers and their fami this work the Study Club pro- ':\lrs.1.. E. Cassell, G. V.-P. and ''Mrs. Chester Durnell, 49! W. De-
Locomotive Engineers. The sponsiblb position manifest in the lies. They 'Wra- encouraged to meet West Florida.MdHUCH'S gramme for May 1906, is appended: Ealtress, 922 Dennison. Avenue, v.alt street, Fort Wayne, Ind.
trotherhood has its Ladies Auxiliary' present splendid standing( and and to cherish sentiments of fraternity Roll call. What magazine do you I Columbus 0. Mrs. F. G. Boomer, Raton, New ,
quiet, undemonstrative but effective, strength of th'e'o, >ganization.: I I I and social recognition. The help prefer, ana' why? i Mrs. Frank Cook First AssistantG. Mexico.
guarding its interests, supplementing The effort ''to organize the ladies' ing hand was extended to those whom 1. A study in coal. Where are V.-President, 110 S. State street' 'Mrs. J.J. Dorsf-v, 808 N. Seventh
its labors, multiplying its strength auxiliary first took definite shape in misfortune had chanced to place in BLENDS the bituminous coal fields of the Concord, N. H. street Springfield! 111AMW .
II defending its weaknesses. And any an attempt through the columns ofHOTELS temporary distress. Good feeling United! States located? What are the ------ ,--,-- -- --- --. --- --- -- -- -- -- -----.----
i. laid broad and deep the foundation methods of mining? What class of +M*++*t*+/+/ AVI
of fraternal greatness, and to-day one people constitute the miners? De-
I I ol the most marked characteristicsof have no equal. A trial scribe their characteristics, mannerof .
AND ti the brotherhood Is unswreving fidelity will convince the con living, wages etc. Give a brief FLY AND MOSQUITO
I to this cherished sentiment It sketch of John Mitc.helL I
has about a double reward. that social life of the children.At .
brought noisseur we 2. The Put in your own We have common size in stock* t'
1 1I 'Not only has It cemented the engineers wba.t-age ought it to' begin What! ;
"A LAND OF DELIGHT. and their families in social I make no extravagant forms should it take? Discussion. .
ties of enduring strength, but it has claims. 3. Book review. The bitter cry of Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO- /
gone far! to elevate their social stand j ,1,children. John Spargo. VNA, N ,
SAPPHIRE, COUNTRY ing and to raise their standard of: ,I 4. Housekeeping on half-a-million: "A l>WVAVVVtMVyI ) I
I I i living. Never before, perha-P3-in.'the'' : a y ar. Everybody's. : Magazine for', .
Retail -
I history of the world, has a body of Wholesale and April ..******#** ## :t- $ l

women so steadfastly adhered'to-one War Against Child Labor. DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, | }
ELEVATION FROM 2,250 TO 5,000 'fEET. which have been
good purpose and refrained from dip One of the causes
Goregous Mountain Scenery,three magnificent: lakes,' ,countless ping into other matters; and certainly GROCERSand entered' into valiantly' by the aux 1 CLOCKS \ PRECIOUS! STONES, BRONZE 8S ,
beautiful waterfalls, pure and bracing air;. troutfishing ,In streams never has the result ben more iliary is" the war' against child labor. SILVERWARE jt
and lakes, boating, bathing horse back riding, driving, 'mountain gratifying.It all kinds of Feed A determined strife is being waged STERLING |
climbing and all indoor amusements. is one of the charade}-Iztlcs'Df against this evil, the .auxiliary I ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS, | 1
CHARMING HOTELS the..ladies' auxiliary of the B_of'L.-E;, Stuffs.Pinto ing boldly to the front in com-I
FIVE INN1 Lake Fairfield that new members are not left to such legislation as already exists upon .I CUT GLASSWARE ; .
JOXAWAY INN, Lake Toxaway flounder about in the unaided effortto the subject and working .uninter-
now open. I H. AIKEN, Man opens"July. :1- .W. H. & C. discover tneir duties and responsibilities mittently for the passage of yet more i ---- i f.
ager. Special rates during June. A. MARTIN. ManagesSAPPHIRE' : as members. Education to Water stringent statutes. Finally, the auxiliary '
INN Lake'Sapphire, the needs of the order, and to au has been peculiarly fortunatein I i Engraving and Fine Stationery. ::
THE FRANKLIN Brevard, opens now open. MRS. f. CRISP, Man understanding of the good that may that it has always been self-sup .. ,
July 1. A. LAMBORN, Manager ager. be accomplished and the methods by porting. -How large a measura of -
MRS.. A., BUR- which it may be- reached care Incessantly Wholesale and Retail, this is due to the sturdy commonsense i" i 1 il'
THc LODGE, Summit of Mt.DICK Toxaway, Manager., now open' ;;"T, insisted upon. It is -tbeT:unfaltering anal; business Judgment of its \' Mailorders! Receive Prompt Attention

The hotels are modern, and are noted for perfect service..Address{ purpose of the auxiliary not able'',founder and president, is. best '
:.. only to do whatever work of philanthropy New Orleans Grocery Co a* {
either hotel for rates. known to the members of the auxiliary i r
and Information address may fall within Its scope but : I. Co.
For descriptive booklet general themselves: -and they are E. O. Zadeh Jewelry
like:Toxaway, N. C.. to supplement untiringly the laborsof 3
JOHN C.: URROWES, Pres., the. brotherhood' by joins;: jStjch. Jas. McHugh united In their desire to keep; her MOBILE, ALA. 9.. f ;
Toxaway Hotel Co. at the had of the prder as Ions as
Special rates Toxaway. Inn during. June.. The' work, asthe" brothers would dof but H DIftG'r:
cf. South. 1 05. Proprietor shacu. -be_Induced to serve TEe or- HI
The'lake' region the can :not accomplish because of their Phone ..

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to render this week conspicious in our history and substantially'prove our appreciation of the consistent support and unfailing confidence of our patrons throughout -

our existance as Pensacola's greatest Bargain Center We have: arranged six days of such bargain'giving as Pensacola has never seen. Come early, see the
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crowds. the prices and enthuslam that spreads over the entire,.store.. .' '

Monday the Great Half Price Millinery Lawns and Wash Goods-The tremendous Tremendous sale of fine White Lawn and Imported White Waist Patterns reduced

Sale-All the new hats reducec to half. We sale of Wash Goods which has' crowded our:* Batiste Waists-18dozeninallandthequa1ity to half. Beautiful gauze and lace conceptions

mean exactly what we say-just half price. store for the past week' will continue with : .
is extra good. The styles chic and up-to-date all ready trimmed and easily put together, at
Everyone knows that .this is the Millinery Store the same matchless values. Plenty new,

of ''the town, and that style and quality are fresh goods for Monday's selling worth 71-2 nd'the price 89c. There waist are worth exactly-half'price. Everything marked in plain

here for just half price. and 8 l-3c, 4 and 5e. $1.25. figures-Remember. just half. ,

EXTRA SPECIAL-50tloz.full Large- size satin 1 case extra large All silk ribbon !

All size Pearl But- 3" C Good Pins.Monday, 2 C 'Cross- Barr Mug<"< 5 C I size hemmed sheets worth 1x90,75c torn while.and p hUP ftI I quilts the. Sl,25 9 8 C H u c k Towels 13 C I beautiful pat, zc

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SOCIETY many $telightful' attentions while here, I Ii
expect to leave Monday' to the regretcf I LOCKHART '

: many friends and. acquaintances. I Services at the Churches i' TYPEWRITERS,

The officers of the revenue cutter (. '

(Continued from Page Twelve) Fessenden a'board Flriday entertained night for at Lieut.dinner J. Special to The Journal +:+ .1{. +E.B:+:+:+:+)+) :"':+ "" :+:+:+: THE

fan in New Orleans en route to St. I. Bryan( of the Penrose, and Mrs. Lockhart, May 26.-The hot days I J I L. C. SMITH, & BRO'S. VISIBLE WRITER
Louis where Mrs. McGibbon will Bryan. This was Mr. Bryan's first that we have had of late the-showers have been II I During the summer months the nine ing at Reed's chapel this morning at ,, .
spend several weeks with Miss I day out since his recent severe attack modified considerable by o'clock mass at St. Michael's church 11 o'clock.
o! the present week which makes it in Improvements and superiority is startling the
I of ilitis. will
to $ will be dispensed with. :Masses S ,I
much more comfortable.Mr. be said at 6:30 and 9:30'a.. m. typewriter world.
.Mrs. J. I. Hart of Athens, Ga., who Mr. N. 'McK. Oerting who has been W. J. Adams* arrived Arch Deaoon Webber, of Milwaukee, Church of ChristChurch .
expected to leave for home Friday, [quite sick, though believed to be improving yesterday after a week's, visitto will officiate at the services In Christchurch of Christ cor. Jackson and The demand for these machines is beyond
has been induced to prolong her visit able relatives at Tampa, ?la- Alcani Streets. Bible school 10
is not yet to be up. today and will also conduct a all anticipation. Orders are coming In so fast,
to her daughter Mrs. J. Campbell Mr. A. J. Galloway a prominent a.. m' Preaching: at 11 a. m. and 7:45 .
Avery. Mr. Charles Craft, Jr., who has life insurance man has been-in town three days mission at Christ,mission church will p. .m. by Evangelist. M. Pullias, of the factory Is having trouble in making prompt
baen connected with the mechanical for several days. beginning today. The : Tennessee, who has been oonducting a delivery. For particulars and terms, write
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cahn returned department of the L. & N. has gone Mr. C. H. Garrett a prominent rail-., conclude Wednesday: evenin'g.Rev. series of meetings at this church. lie
last evening from a delightful outing to Caryville to accept a position with road official of Barnett, Ga., spent a J. Barney Butler will deliver meetings will be continued throughthe '
In Louisville and French Lick. II I the Georgia Lumber .Company. few days in Lockhart. thisweek and a special sermon to men only at the week, preaching each evening at L. B. BROVVN
.* ', seemed well pleased with the,place. Palafox'M. E. church tonight at 7s 30 7:45 o'clock.1l ,,
A party of navy yard people went The New City tidies Flinch will Two of The ,Journal's representatives 4!o'clock and at the same hour a sermon ed. are cordially invit
:fishing recently and caught so many I I meet Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. were in town this week. They to women only will be delivered 201C2 Tliiesen Building. Pensacola, Florida.
red snappers that hauling them in became Wiley McDavid, corner Twelfth i are clever gentlemen and we are al* in the Sunday school room of the S asLutheran
monotonous and resulted in a I street and Thirteenth avenue, at I ways' glad to meet and shake hand I church.At t I, Church.
haul of considerably over two hun :330. with them. the Church of Christ EvangelistC. German Lutheran .urch-Rev. J.
dr,ed. I I The demand for lumber seems to M. Pullias will preach at 11 a. m. F. W. Reinhardt" pastor. Sundayl I
Mr. ansi' Mrs. F. Rutledge Lindsay: be on the increase as 13 cars were and 7:45 p. m. The Evangelist meetings school 9'a: m. German
.Mrs. Pyne and son Fred have returned -are the happy parents. of a fine son shipped from here Sunday.Mr. will be continued, through the a. m.; English service 7:30 p. m. SMOKE
from New York, and hero born May 15. Frank Carpenter, our electri- week at 7.45 p. m. Scandinavian Lutheran Church-
mother Mrs. Charles Marsh Pyne who 0Mrs. cian says he will, in a few daysl' A series of meetings wlll begin at Services. at 10:30: a. m. and 5 p..,,m.
spent several months with her at the Supervielle's health has so im- private phone at his room. the West Hill Baptist churctf. Monday Rev HeUe, paator.'
:navy yard, has gone to her home in proved in New Orleans that Mr. Su- Possibly he Is making arrangements evening at 7:30: p. m.A.Tiie meetings *
Elizabeth, N. J. has decided to let her and to spark at long'range.. BaptistFirst I
pervielle will be conducted by. the pastor, Rev, The Cortez Cuesta
L Miss Supervielle go north and he will Miss Nettle Rogers and Mr: Fred 'J. W. Senterfltt, assist by Rev._ K L. Baptist Church Sunday and R.eyI.
:Miss Julia Knowles, who has been return to Cuba in a few days.If Witty left Friday via the Central of of Ky. school 9:30 a. m. No other services
r very ill, Is now able to sit up and her Georgia to attend the commencement Andrews, Covington,? today. ,
many friends trust will be happily recovered are not perfectly pleased exercises of the Headland, high. The Salvation J rmyT'will begin services East Hill' Baptist Church, 11th Ave;
i I in the tent, (Mainland -
soon. with Blue Ribbon Vanilla, your money school. I streets tonight at 8 p:'>4)>)t ,Capt. Norris and Chase Street-Rev. J. W. Senterfit -
4.Mrs. "" ****i* paator.
back. Absolutely pure. Goes twice Mrs. Sunday School at 1& a. 3 for 25 Cents.
Pope Reese and children Virginia will be assisted by Capt and I.
and John Lewis, left Friday I'as far PENSACOLA Moreland, of Savannah? I Preaching! every. ,second: and fourth .

right for Texas to spend the summer SUBMITS SHORT STORY The order of services at the various
; with her parents, Rsv. and Mrs. J. D. JUST RECEIVED 100 GENUINE churches in Pensacola today will. be 6untray at 11 a. -mY'ana ',:30'p. "m.I I
' ,- West of Bryan.Mr. IMPORTED PANAMA HATS AT THEM. The short story "A Mother's Sacri- as follows:. ; I Prayer, meeting every Tuesday night!
&. 0. CLOTHING STORE; $3.50 fice," which appears in The Journal Catholic.St. .: at 7:30 o'clock.
__ .Harvey, pay clerk at the navy WORTH $5.00. today is from the pen of Arthur W. Michael's Churcji' Purin'g the. West Hill Baptist church, W. Jackson .I, iOcts. for.
yard, is to be the guest of Mr. O'Con- Davis, local manager'for the Armour,I summer' months mases will be said at street-Rev. J. W. Senterfit,pas, Straight..2 25 cts.
lire at "The Cabbage Patch" for the Municipal Court. Packing Company. !Mr. Davis does.i 6:30: and 9:30 a. m., the,3 o'clock! mass, tor. 'Sunday-school"10-( a. m Preach
.I summer. Only five cases were tried in the considerable writing: and he has attained 't being discontinued. (Baptisms at 2 ing every first and third Sunday at 11]
Three of the some distinction as a writer of I a m.:and 7:00
police court yesterday. p. m. Vespers, RosarY and Benediction p. m. Prayer meeting
Those charming women Mrs. defendants were discharged and the fiction, particularly of the popular' 5 y. m. every Sunday 7 p. m, A series ofmeetings ALL HAVANA TOBACCOS and CUBAN HAND MADE
Tharin and daughter Miss Bessie two others assessed small fines. short story order. j jI jI St. Joseph's Church;Sunday 7 a. m. will begin at this church
l- I I Low Mass and instruction; S a. m. Monday, May 28, at 7:30 p. m. The e
l -- --- Sunday school; 10 a. m. High Mass pastor will be assisted by Rev. E. L.
and instruction; 5 p. m. Vespers, Rosary -Andrews, of Covington, Ky. [FRANK REILL Agt.
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Sacrament Mass'during the week is: Presbyterian
I at 7:30 a. m. except on Mondays and First Presbyterian Church-Rev. NSACOLA FLORIDA.GET
Mr Clint G. Ford who has been identified with the I Julian S. Sibley .
Fridays, when it is at 8 a. m. During pastor. Sunday
f u ; : T.\ very foremost dramatic attractions, including Gil- May and October Mass is at 8 a. m. school 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavor -
:1 : $' tai t 4 8 e b'$;f t l lE ',:y' t let's "Secret Service Co., "David Harum," "Tie Confessions in the evenings before 1 4:30: p. m. Preaching at 11 a. m.
4 a i Clansman," etc., has this to say of Newbro's Herpi- Sundays, Holy Days'of Obligation and and 7:30 p. m. YOUR

cide: First Fridays from 4 p. m. to 9 p. m. I I Sunday school at the Stoddart Ave
Baptisms Sundays at 2 p. m. or by nue Mission at 3:30: p. m. C. F. Zeek
Q t. i superintendent All are cordially invited -
: '' h : I with dandruff .
"For years was annoyed t
t' I and itching of the scalp, all due Episcopal.. pie. ELECTRIC FANS
,A ,' k s' to my twenty years of theatrical life Ohrist Church-Rev. P. H. Whaley, S S .

'' fr, with its incumbent "make-up" and wig .... D. D. Rector. Services will be held. First Church of Christ, Scientist
weari g.\r\ :All remedies failed me until at 7:30 and 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. :ArchDeacon First Church of Christ, Sclentlst-
1 I tried HerPicide, and I soon found that Webber, of Milwaukee, will officiate Service at 11 a. m. Services will beheld '
I ; it was giving wonderful results. The Arch Deacon Webber will also In the Pensacola Library build-
1 I i t. itching and also the dandruff, entirely 'conduct: a three days mission Christ';:1 fug i on East Chase street NOW
f 1 ceased and my hair resumed its na- I church, beginning today. The hoursof I
r 4 tural life and vigor. service for Monday, Tuesday and I Christian.
I .:fp e I There is no question in my mind Wednesday are 7:30: and 11 a. m. and First Christian church 43 E. We have
y ( about the reality of the dandruff 8 p. m. Sunday school as usual. I i I Gregory street. Sunday school a large supply for sale or rent,
a germ, and I unhesitatingly recommend St Katharine's-Cervantes ,and Davis 10 a. m., H. J. Mackey, Supt.
Herpicide to my friends in the street Rev. Andrew T. Sharpe, S. Communion at 11 a. m. Prayer '
1 r9, profession. T. B. rector. meeting Thursday at 7:30 p. m. All They are the finest things in the worldto

-.i (Signed) OLffiNT G. FORD. Sundays: 7:30 a. m. Holy Communion cordially ,invited.
I ; 9:30 a. m. Sunday school; 11 a. e
m Morning Prayer and Sermon (First Second Church of Christ, Scientist keep: ;off the stegomyia. We can

THEATRICAL ,f and third Sundays, Holy Communion) I I Second I of' Christ,
" FOLK 5 p. m. Evening' Prayer and sermon. Selentfst-Services every Sunday clean and ,repair old
your one.
Week days-5 p. m. Wednesdays; andFridays. morning"at 11 o'clock, Wednesday af
Use and Recommend ternoons 3 o'clock. Reading room
Saints Days-10 a. m. Holy Com., open daily from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m..

;' NEWBRO $' HERPIC'ID' Rev.munion.St. J.John's R. Bicknell Church, priest in'I charge .i I may where pie.Salvation be Christian had. Room Science 6 Masonic literature Tem ?: E. W. PEAKEf.

: for toilet remedies do '' influence theatrical because experience Services at 7:30 I Army. ,
Extravagant claims not people, long enables p. m.
I them to discriminate intelligently; They demand merit and will rarely use a preparation that, Is' not.'ac. Century Mission-Rer. J. R. Bick- I Salvation Army-fllichard Norris, -
I>- tnallyworth as much or more than It costs in dollars, and cents. | nell, priest in charge. Services at 11a. I captain. Services will be held as follows : :'- .. EXPEXT ELECTRICIAN.
Herpicide kills the dandruff germ and by actual test does more good than all other hair remedies Comtlned. m. and 8 D. m. [ "In the Army tent, corner Main I' '
.- This account for its popularity in theatrical circles. .'': "" ;I I I and Barcelona streets: Sunday school "
!-' -. UniversalistFirst ..!: 3 p. m. Regular services every night .-- Pensacola, Florida.
: "Queen Roselle" writes ofNewbro's Universalist Church-East l.except Saturday and Monday, at 8 p.
Chase street. Sunday School at 10 a. 'm. Capt. Norris will be assisted by Phone 345 or 555- New Star
Laundry Building
!i Herpicide: a m. Y. P. C. U. 6:30: p. m. All are Capt. and Mrs.Moreland, of Savannah.

i"I take pleasure in announcing the Y l ; cordially invited to attend. I : -- --
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it very satisfactory results I'' have hal
: from the use of Newbro's Herpicide, k ;: Methodist 1 I: HATS AT THE M. & o. ,CLOTHING
: ll cl Palafox Street Methodist Church'Rev. STORE $3.60, WORTH $5.00.
i f-' My hair was falling out so rapidly that .
- !: t was afraid 1 would lose it all. A W. Q. Vreeland pastor Rev.J. .
Barney Butler, assistant. Services
friend advised Herpicide, and after NOTICE.
. using it faithfully hair stopped 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.:: Sunday school; Notice' is' hereby given that the undersigned IL
f'' falling out, the dandruff disappeared j :9:30: a. m. J. N Andrews, Supt.!I owners of the following vessels .. a rerltabie dtsaon of ffi heaittt It

and my hair is now very soft and glossy : Epworth League 6:30 p. m. Home: will not be responsible for any morphysicalrrreckethEnprobablytgyothoranedts,
f w ( Missionary Society wdll meet Thursday '' debts contracted in the name of, said ''H Y? Simply tbxttse upon the first Indication
i1 of
: ,,l4 afternoon at 2:30. Rev J. |I'I $ huledy the qstem b fussily
: I would like to see every lady of the d' : Barney vessels unless first authorized by a gainiae,oe thst deadly minenl-eaiomel.:oourged with
Butler will preach to men only at 7:30 order signed by us. The above *'\ It.
writt@n- jy r& 1(0 D&ntfAVAtifl,
:t profession try Herpicide for I am con- t Tt Isn't at sit
be I = p. m. and at the same hour a service notlcf,refers to the following vessels: Mikia2yerther.. We tirely gnanatea
f fldent that they would delighted ;
!: with it." r for women only will be held in the Schooner Althea Franklin, Caldwell H. j" HERBINE
" e \ ; Sunday school room. I I Colt Mary L.Harty, Amy Wixon, Emma :
: (Signed) QUEEN ROSEMJB. -;
> t/lRra1ltOd
f. Gadsden Street Methodist Church- Jane, Osceola, Arlola, Francis & TCCae Itof
.f- At Drug Stores-S.nd 10c In stamps to tfte'Herp! Rev. F. A. Rogers, pastor. Regular 1' Margery; Silas Stearns, Algoma Halcyon tbotr nn ds.dly ,sects 1k4taey /
sample.1" services 11 a. m.and 7:30 p. m. Sun ;William H. Warren Clara P. ; weeomecb troubles.
L Mich.
'i tide Co., 'Dcpt. Detroit, for a : t I S0oarboctla. All Drugtiata.
day school 9:30"a. m. J. B. Tiller, Sewell; Isabelle. '. .
>'. W A. D'Alemberte, Supt Bpworth 'League 6:30 p. m. WARREN FISH COMPANY. r&i
. Muscogee Wharf-Rev. F: A. Rogers
: Druggist and Apothecary'Spedal Agent, mj H I
alt pastor. Sunday school 3 p. GENUINE IMPORTED PANAMA
.", See Window Display. 121 S. Pal.a f ox Street I l T. L. Briggs, supt. Preaching p. m. HATS AT THE M. & 0. CLOTHING.

-.f . Reeds Chapel-There,.will. be Preach STORE $3.50, WORTH $5.00.: ALL DEALERS.

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a bigl1y xcBpt numbers 'aM "counties"adjoining'and flood New approprtaier-reven" the' fiction last'year.. Because so 'many old r.esi- cept my thanks. ..found .it very Interesting aA I" ; I!

,->4 Tallahassee April 13, 1906 e: I1tUl'come"'wh needed:-'- and.. New York,with. these having a 'strong, local coloring- In 'dents..of Mitchell are watching the and 'must: congratulate you I Louisville, Ky,' April 17, 1906. //1 X1 j
i> Mr. Frank L. Mayes, i Times-Union.. .\ : It nof'ipnly tells what it form this e'diti6n'Ms'unique7: fn 'typo growth and advancement of Pensafcola : en: the excellency: of the edition. It1s Mr. Frank >L Mayes, # };;j
>' > *' ,A t. there but it does better-it shows graphical excellence it could not easi- is due'to' the fact'that the owner : !
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Dear-Sir" :- -Thaye' Just received : We' have.reoetvef'Tihis (day, : *pi<:tures.: "" a: ly be 4 excelled'\ .In pgrtinentcy .to; its of'/:"Fhe Pensacola "Dally 'J'o1JrJlal" is. ;jrertisement of your Justly called"Deep Our -Sir-oI:1 have received, &# .: ;'14 .f; I!
& your Panama Canal Edi- 'rrf .pleasure.asuperb; "copy Bensacola's business' is displayed in objectof advertising ,the city, especially a ;graduate of, Dakota Wesleyan Uni- Water City." I amours respectfully % the copy of The Journal's Panama ; it
Journal Fensacola'Journal's 'special possibJlit.'es! M its unlimited in Vslatio{ to a leading object, ;lyersity. The paper' under his management 1 ,,: i
i;; tion of The Pensacola W. D. Palmer, Fort Lauderdale, Canal Edition, which 'j' .
be $ Canal edition. It is in ni ,iblUties as a pleasure ground. it .ts a model to all newspaper. ?.- has developed Into one of Fla. you
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$4 splendid work.pronounce It is, full of interest -12x9-with handsome green | .dt1 'oout.( >ea*n1 be/a 100,000" Jacksbmrllle-lijln'ea-nnion., the greatest. and most.1I luentl 1' papers I & kindly sent deal me. It afforded me ': ,, I
Mlf \tones on- irst'ah&.fonrthk: : in the winter ,lf this edition of s s' s in [Florida, and that. his many a great pleasure to givefr MI I
# from the""first-to''the; last ; of 'cover. The body of. the : .P Ds.acQla'Jou' were, "used. to The Panama..Canal edition of The old friends. are pleased with his .access Returning home after a short absence -:! much more: than a cUrSory t'. s' I Iif
Tj. page. It shows a very progressive sE '- I: find the special Panama Edition glance at this splendid edition ;'i E
embellished with best' advantage. Peosacbla Journal has reached' The goes without saying. la.fact. I $
splri and 'one of which all throtfghpat ; and of The. Journal. zany thanks for #. and I wish to compliment t';:;OJ
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tones; typograyhlfially and $. The pamphlet is large an AgeHerald's'eXch1IIge:; table and was this writeris free to say that sbouldlie youJ 'I
# the people of your city ands other way it speaks owtfia \ 'attract settlers as well as'vis- read with"fnte .est./ It -is'cone of' the ever be, tempted .to ,leave this the same. Allow\ me to comp' ment! upon the success which I know .H-. ) l

,- state may well be proud. conscientious woit tI1 t staff: if put to' that-uss: .. .Really, the neatest, most, attractive. and most young commonwealth, he will cast The Journal on this handsome and:' it will prove to be. 4 :., )
;;? With kind regards; x Journal must have= qne. ito : ia- the best one of the: :year, readable' editions of the kind,;ever issued his lot with the progressive people of complete edition. I am glad to note It goes without saying, that # :.:J

yours .very truly,. such-a .wort ,of!ti>$; printing; ; is' permanent value.(Birming< by southernnewspaper! ,Pensacola-Mitchell, S. D., Gazette. the improvement and progress, which! % the benefit which will result to :
'* Jt'B'. BROWARD, .advertisers{ of Penjsacol) #* 'l\v Ledger a credit 'th ;staff of.The -Pensacola ".* marks your paper's successful life.i Pensacola and vicinity by a jr. > '=r.1?
'* Governor. vide awake f kead '* Journal... A numBer of fine- illustrations ". I desire to'thank you very much for With best wishes I am. Yours sincerely wide distribution of the edition ->A
.g of such a production and ;\ The. Pensacola, Journal has'"sun and charts plentifullyscattered the copy of The Journal's Panama : Lizzie L. Coley. (Florida Pine). in question, is almost / ;,4 I
'1"m H prosperity toThe- Journal'-s itself.:-if ..sucha thing is pos through the publication make it .a Canal Edition; which has:reached me! 1 able, and I trust very incacuI'f; 'f::1
.. -. tors,, for they deserye'It-j-Palm -in its new Panama Canal edi work of great ''value. Th compilation safely., Please accept, my congraiu'a-: Your copy of the Panama' Editionof that the :
The 1Buoy'ii- in receipt; ?of a' copy, of News. This is an edition in magazine treats of the resources ot West tions on such a fine production. It is, The Journal has come to hand. It I $ business industries of your ; !.' ,+J i

The Pensacola Journal's magnificent *: i 'on fine book;paper, hanisnmely: Florida and' Pensacola in a compre. typographically perfect, shows signsof is a very attractive piece of porkand I city will recognize the same, ., t .J
Special"Panama Canal Edition. It is This week1 ,.thous nds' of profusely illustrated. bensive manner; : It shows The Jour careful and painstaking editing and, will have an excellent effect I am sure. and lose no time in mailing # -):
beyond 'comparison- the--grandest pub- The ThePensacola''Journal's : The prime purpose, of coursewhich nal to be an lip- to date newspaperand bears all the ear-marks of high journalistic in calling attention to the advantagesof i $ large numbers of copies, espe- $ .. _1j
lication ever issued in West Florida,I Canal Edition have gone JQ Jill fully attained, Is to show, by maps: Pensacola,one of the sputh's com- enterprise. The state of Florida and of Pensacola. I hope daily to northern and north. % ;!
and' has never been excelled in the of the United States: making otherwise, that Pensacola is the ing, cities. Birmingham Age-HeraU.; Florida should be proud of a news you are well and am, with kind regards western points. $ : : ';.i j
state. It speaks' volumes for the en- the Importance;of' the Queen- port on the- northern coast ,* paper like The Journal. Claude Very truly yours, Jas. P. Yours very truly, f j;
terprise; of'the management ot.. The, the Gutf.of..Mexico: aSa; -the gulUto'the site where the' in- The Sun .is in.receipt of .a: oopy\of L higie:. Editor Jacksonville Sun Taliaferro. U. S. Senator, from Florida. & G. A. PARK, # i 'l", ;.
Journal and the people of, Pensacola. centre an canal' is 'sometime (per- The Pensacolars;: Journal's Panama Gen. Im'n and Ind'l ; : '. ;
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who must have contributed to maka fior. business with Panama. ) to cut-;tl e tie that binds the Canal .edition, Just issued. It is In- We have the copy of the Panama The "Panama, Canal Edition" of The L.&N.R.R. 1 L'j.:1
possible for that paper. to send prominence' is given this wor lAtokericas\ together, in addtion deed a work of art, containing many Canal Edition of "Tlie Journal," whichwe Journal a fine presentation of everything OJ{ ? : ,

forth such a splendid achievement immediate interests the the finest bay on 'tf\e' Meii- typical FiorinaF-. scenes, including assure you we have examined with interesting and Instructive: about _.1.1" '! > :'>..>,.>..>....!.J".<'t'..'....!.J,.""" >.<>'"". '-." >>.:.u. "\!'..,.-i".3(........."'>'. I- t.j'sI 1 1UU.
While the' Buoy endorses all the not overlooked as regards its coast, with thirty-iflTe feet on bathinglparpesfishing!! ; great; interest We do not wonder Pensacola, and ,all the subjects it ,l :.;. '.J .
claims of,The Journal for Pensacola's the natural outset for.-a .great ,, bar at low water.'. The itu.tra- scenes etc.. r- Also battleships .and that'your staff is proud of this work'. treats .on. I have enjoyed lookingover Do Not be Imposed h ""j
social and commercial <,importance!; producta;of-th'e outliern ;"and, will surprise' all -wh& have lot war ,vessels, gf different: kinds' '''and the paper is a,credit to you in' every it and reading' many of its articles Upon. ;
& Co., Chicago a
Foley : '
that/city possesses!no nafural advan, Wsternstates.! .!? That. .P nsac isited Pensacola'for several, years, those-of.other. Rations. 'TheIlldstratio'ns The most interesting thing tome The Journal staff has originated H- :
; way. a right .
Tar throat 'f
Honey and as a and
tages that are not more than duplicated -a bright future there can be showing=,what a metropolitan .a r are'Twauufuif} gether it '' little the lung \
was the : poem covering to feel proud of its work. It reflects of '
in its remedy, and on account the '
on St. Andrews Bay, and all tion. It is due to-men Uke.: ( : city is assuming buslaes is one.of..the'most"!r handsome publications names', Florida towns; which I shall the greatest credit upon your enter merit and popularity of Fbley's Honey great Rlt: ; )]
to make thls fact of '" of lts dndjwe, have ever seen.
that'Is wanted Mayes, editor The. u ; keep, and the illustrations 'give sucha prise.- Thanking you' for the
same imitations ,
Tar many are offered ;
the citizens i Y{ : iii'iit r
known to the world is for otters)) of his progressive. : 164. It contains historical -'sketches
good Idea of Pensacola and; vicinity and with kind regards, I am- Very for the genuine. These worthless imitations t f :'.
its eet We r : Bay coif&ry tike: possible Peasacola bar'enjoyea: +l.1ucb ofr; Pensacoia a Buo .t jSejidJCbrttvan it h coin makes me wish,more,than ever sincerely) yours, W.i i B. Lamar iMtem- have similar sounding names. [ ,'j'4f:
for the !:- edi- ityj 'Mr. Mayes'now"comes appreciate very inn as\'it: <
the remarkable natural frohtJ'galn': : I tains of bathers/ f to get, over there, and pay you my her Congress Third Florida District.I Beware of them. The genuine Foley's ? I 'i
ton illustrating with the. t .several: ..grpup\ I !
advantages and! attractions of 'St. special Panama Canal fOLEY'S I I which .The Sun\ iaan was'a partyEditortMayes'and promised 1stt. I have not forgotten Honey and Tar is in a yellow pack. :.:
it, and hope .to conic before long. have carefully examined the spe- Ask for it and refuse sub- rri
Andews'Day.. The :Journal is heartily will undoubtedly a,very \ his' efficient staff 'de- age any ,"i'(
thanked for the line copy Of its.ediHon. to still further,advance.the: serve a great deal of credit for the With best "wishes I am, Yours very cial ,Panama Canal edition and beg to I stitute. It is the best remedy for +

.-St. Andrewa BuoJ.* '., '' oC-Westj Florida! $c 'Au .s'tin i energy displayed Ia. Its !make-up. .I truly, E, t.S3. >.Palmen .Wholesale paper take this opportunity to congratulateyou coughs and colds. For sale by W. A. .{ t..
* .- ord., '.- -. a ,* _: $ ""lKIDNEY- Enset} (Ala..),}:5lln.: .. i ,and printers' s''! New on the production of such a splendid D'Alemberte. : ,: t
The Pensacola,*Journal?..has issueda t:+; -: ..,' Lw!... ;... .. -_ ::it. 17' '.)' :e, Orleans. "*'. : numtoer. We, on the -ast coast, r ljl-

special Panama Canal edition of its One ot the''most artistic and Mr;:lrrana'bfayeu, of The Pensacola watch with considerable interest the NOTICE.:1 : 'r
paper, showing the importance of est.publications;: ever: issued Journal, his again shown his' enterprise .Louisville. Ky., April 15, 1906. growth and prosperity of Pensacolaand We wish to public { ..;.
that growing city in connection with Florida printing:'o&tcej .The/: in publication of what he The Journal's Panama Canal Edi realize that a large measure of we have no connection with any other :,
the opening of'the"'greatwater way: cola Journal's Panama Canal calls The Pensacola Journal's Special tion: Is 'a very attractive and handsome credit is due The Journal and its concern i ;.';.p
The edition is splendidly gotten up. It is profuselyihustratedwith! Panama Canal'Edition. It is! in pam- number and reflects great. crediton splendid management. Thanking you THE JOHN WHITE STORE, ; <

full .of interesting statistical matter in and about.P nsaco.a) and, phlet farm and''contains 68 pages. It iyourself and associates. Yours for remembering the Record with a James A. White, Mgr ;.;Ii:.1 i

and Illustrated with many the "-engravings. otth< : 68 pages.';.contain gbod Is' :profusely '.lfustrateo'? and is in truly, C. B. Campbell, Traffic Manager Panama Dumber I be'g to remain, ;. 1
Both to publisher and to 'u ble'Intorm t1q 1.-4li! shoe's every way a creditable ''work.-, It ,. L.. ,&. N. Railroad.. GENUINE IMPORTED PANAMA a't1
the city 'it is a credit A glance city's most.prominentj? : and<<: CURE shOWs' the :beautiful: buildings, broad 3. Fraternally yours, (Harry L. Brown, HATS AT THE M. & O. CLOTHING .;;

through its page is convincing of a buildings street. _'eoenes,, streets and various industries.of that -Your "Panama'Canal. Edition" came Manager St. Augustine Record STORE $3.50 WORTH $5.00. .;'

fact which will" brought to. many views. etc.,;ari .di.p1ays' -, rip'dly' growing city.. The articles _.... .I ,.t.-<'.'t,"
JI,1Inds--that. of Pensacola's.. progressand ; cleverly .wrjtetq .SP ciaL cower a variety, of. subjects ana U n "
; prominence which'will be'imposed Senator Taliaferr6f i "Senator :M ; among the contributors are. Senator

upon her along with other Governor Browaj'd: ..(:?Zlgr ; MallOry, Governor Broward- Senator '
southern cities, by the building! of the'mar and btherpersonsao'f. lSiue'a: Taliaferro, Congressman Lamar, W. '
canal Her harbor alone is sufficientto note. The 'publicatlpn thi-o WILL CURE A..Blount, Jr.: J, E. Davis Yonge. ,>Mrt. H41 ;
bring her into universal: notice, and one that Editor Mayes, he' Nellie'Cravey. Gilmore aid others. :
her 'destination Is soon to be exemplified. Journal force .:and: 'every Every Pensacolian ought to,be proudof
Pensacola S oul'4well!+(e lj of this 'publication.-ocala Banner. '. ,
The Panama -Canal&editlon of T.he; MiamiMetropolis. 7" .Y ': :. any case I *, ,
Journal ;aJbravenndertakingTbut ; -: ':$ '\ The. Pensacola Journal has achieved

a splendid 'coplphshment.-mke; : Tiecpensaco: ;,'trQum'ai;.- & -a;new triumph in its Jate Panama 1 dndBoS' 19'I
,, '. .......'. .. ., .Mayestdiiiprfcn'eveicdQe5 t&j.g KIDNEY Canal edition, a. beautiful richly illustrated -
City In4fg. _.' .. ._'... 4' _. : : .
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-- :half-hearted"way"; ''and' the < --- .I--' -issue fit magazine.Jorm and

We acknowledge receipt of a,copy Canal ,edition .of: that aper r as excellent in-contents as handsome .. it
of The Journal's Panama Edition,'got issuedIs; ;but anodic or .1 ( Ui dress.. There, seems to be no ,
ten up in the interests of the Deep the thoroughness which known limit to the enterprise of of Malt and t '
Water City. It Is indeed a splendid; that paper's enterprise! The Frank Mayes. Pensacola. is rich in When a high grade HopE) i

edition, representing a Vast amount cation is .pamphlet .forinf: BLA'D >Ert resources and :Frank is one of. her

of time .1ab rand expense. It is tains',some;"slXfy"ftve" pagof best assets.-,-Live.:' .Qa'i. Democrat. 1 is properly brewed into :beer, it xe" ,
full of photo engravings of prominent lent text copiously-illustrated.. '
,places ands people, all done in son !New' :Enterprise: .t The Pensacola :.Journal,has just off lc,. suits in the most beneficial' beverage 1
the highest style of the printer's art. r **' '* .*' '- DISEASE, the,, press a magnificent; edition knownas .

Pensacola should, and!) no' doubt The Pensaoola. Journal's! the Panama Canal Edition. known to medical science. Hops are \ :
doe's,, highly appreciate the efforts pi Panama .Canal' edition, just..r It is a magnificent paper, containing M ; .

their popular morning daily to thus is. a intQtesting'number that is I careful ,review.of .the work on nature's premier nerve restorer; Malt
adequately and artistically set forth contains many facti-'add .he'canal, and. other'Interesting feat _

to the world the superior advantages! garding the: D -Witfr': :City. ures.;. (But the most desirable featureof / builder and the *>_
of Pensacola in reference to the city is shown"-.up with inany beyond the paper from 'the standpoint of is its equal as a body ,
Panama canal when completed. Bro. some half-tone cuts-of-'Ihe not the- people of 'Pensacola, is that :.t. is i 'r'

Mayes is a.hustler,of the first water, and business portion,.,.and .the full! of valuable information about combination is perfected in
and. this advertising edition isan. ping': and fish' industriaf are that, city and gives an idea of the
honor and credit to himself and "his ant features. Iti i isa: work -the.' reach. great growth ,which has recency ,,been l .
zealous staff and co-workers.-West. sects credit on."its promoter, made there.-Jacksonville 'Industrial. I

Tinge. Advertiser. Frank L. Mayes of.The.: : : !, Record. AMERICAN QUEEN a
e s s Gainesville
of medicine
Sun.A' '
,Frank 'I* Mayes, .one of :the smart The Pensacola Journal's Panama
($t- newspaper men -In the state of ,The Panama! ,Canal edition' Canal EdiQon was in every respect
Florida, is proprietor of The Pensa- Pensacola Journal 'is out. and credit alike to that progressive,
cola Journal, which is one'of the'best beautiful' .worty'liur'ar : No .- paper ant the town and people." for I :1 We import Bohemia's best ',Hops, and the world's finest A i
papers in the south. Last week: Mr. dition ttf 'thej P nsacdla which it was published. Editor -
worker, for Pensacola. and as ,elsewhere our methods are characterized
Mayes and his talented staff issued Besides a llistorf f' Pe dsacola Hayes is Malt. ,

a Panama.:Canal, edition in magazine its foundation jtheprejent, medicine.. Marianna, Times* form,which is one.of the most creditable .:filled ,:with llrustratiousj: of- the of mechanicalcleansingwhidr l
We in receipt of the Panama a thorough long-draw-out '
publications ever' gotten out in attractive' placW'.in'.thC; ;> V are 5 process ,
the state.} It is. fillbd with half-tone rounding country., :Every; .one do Canal Editiog of The Pensacola Journal : purifies it of every particle of foreign '

iljustrations apd' .he' est, i& 'carefully ,' tees d f. ,.our" beautiful. can more. '. ",', and .'is reachedf one of the table finest editions' matter and dust ,leaving the malt kernels finally as clean : :
that has bUr
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prepared"la. **N mostttracthe: };mau: !Wa #} "d..2!{VEl ;: ,' '
ner.. this edijip.niwshdnld:>p/; 'vkt l;; ewhal 'ek WjQj. Ih1B 1' : If".you'want af 'CODY5enJ'* 20 : 'a and'perfectras,; canbe.With due regard for your health, iF
uable 'advertts'eideatfor 'p coIi ttoing. dWUIJilt. > : WAS GIVEN, UP TO DIE cents 'to The Jdurual.Pensacola, Fla. .caniwell. to "
,.. ,. t& beer Afford drink.
and a."business! bringer for The.Jour,,. '- tfc a. -. .r .. .-.r.'l'r".....,.......,'".. o. It Is.,.worth many times the price.asked :, : ) 'a ; p1 : .. / :
.-. -VThe : 1204' :N. Virginia-. St. for it-Jasper (Banner of Liberty. : J'.J 4"' : "t -
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naL-Tampa H iald. :' : :;;: >- Panaroitedir op.:e (1) Sp .
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Th'e Pensacola: JournaV.has"Justtl' #' ?.the'I> uid3oin et'pec1al.: "" ears h: was troubled with.kidney) and T' 'In ;the H t' ., .''. .. 'ea: aui-arits-.* .c ll font and keep it in your home. -
TheGazette' -receipt..of
thSfe } affections which caused much : .
edittoB newspapeij Tfft1ftv! 'i '
sued special Panama.Canal >
any _
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and lost flesh and wasall "Panama Canal edition of The Pen- ; ;. / .
: is } worry..I .
which isa number prtifuselyf. t
interesting JJ;
and :jcontafns, very many_ farts and figures. year scenes: ot tnteti, tJn: pW: r :.! down,,. and a year, ago-had; to t,I sacol.//(Fla.) JJournaL ,The book -is I Ii : ....i. .:. f.4 WAIE: BBXWING CO.MACQN .11 f. ,
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city.oof'lbe-gult.the n work entirely. had three of elegantly printed and sts- off to a ; .. .
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regarding the Water City. .
Deep the r' : ... : ,.: ; '
best who did 'advantage growing, thrive .
'lntCTestinV"andInstractiver physicians me no good git!: : GA. ably illustrated-and reflects : ; .
a,great: teal, ot'cre'dlt,'upon t.he: put? t plleoi"fo' .a5ytaddr s tar. -O.: d I was practically given'upto'die. ing' Florida- city.-;rPensacola' is ,without ,. ...
]Usher! Frank L.. Y and yousheuldaiave a copy..- ley's Kidney Curewas recommended doubt one.,of the-most favorably" : : 'forthVnext beer.
Beach .. Breeze" "i 'v,.. the first'bottl gave me.great relief, situated ..cities: ta'th'e"soutih It is 'W \- ,,, : Watch advertisement oh aging '
Sun iak.. .. _. .. ... "
*' .. ; .-- '-' after taking the secpnd.bottle I YiUntirely located on a deep harbor, the'Pengaoola ) '
''. (' .'::t i1Jssl cured" s Bay, and, the climate ;\advantages .. ;- ;"' .
TtV'CournaVs\bJg.4 edition tells- us : 1Th"e T e ;n ; .n .. -
; .' *io n.'a'"few. i are so many that besides. Its -:.. < .' .
about ihotagatinr '
the luiure.Jbf: :Pensacola1.But apscf edt TWO SIZES. SOC.AID. $100. the winter home of many ".',.. ." r : .or" (fI .
sSveev'lt being ,. VA' -
the 1esi<. art;atiitstbafPnaacpla ;WP ; 2 > : : '" ,' .
the: it wealthy northern ;families,,.a, portion .. .' ; ,
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make herself "wortny"Of- :th.&J1n' ;'advertisement Pensacola.'thaJ; it of. the TTnited'States battleship fleet :- '-1". \ff"""<'r. -" -' Jt\ -.
est future'her for.see- Irict of ; Js SOLDASDRECOHKEHDEDBTDruggist b '
optimists can spend.the winfer'on the bay The ex- .' : t_._ I
J she has the land, she has the water demand. It Is:1h: of biggest .ad -c. :; .
Ud ite'U have the people too Even II ment of Wfest, '}' t1da.-: flier and Apothecary,. trade, too is enormous, amount- ; ;



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VfSSELSBY I coast being settled.' Otherwise "one with the paper's. vfplan: ptaeido1Franzo :American fishermen fear"long Perms f
Ip SEIZURE Of misunderstanding will follow another i iI of the Fortuna statea1 that in Mexican jails.The crew of the Ordo Your
I until there is intolerate 'friction., : he was fully twenty ,miles off shore Stearns were in jail two weeks before
I Pending the disposal of thejfases In i when hew&?' boarde' l'and had not sueeor': came to them; according to a J /QE, .COAL and WOOD
MEXICAN : the Yucatan courts Secretary:of State 1 1I ben! =-neare.l than that distant tq; Mex report Captain Malfitano, wrote '{i .. : :frens. the .
GOVERNMENT I Root forwarded 'despatch: tor the ico. After-looking'over: the papers-I letter 'io- a friend. in Pensacola! describing and Fuel
Consumers' Company
f American Ambassador at th9 -City of the Mexicans returned them, warning the men's. na.hii'!,own-,plight, I, '
Mexico with Instructions to make a the captain at the same time to;seep: but it was in-Italian. But it was given O1nca-Cornef! cpaae: aDd Tarragona. Phone 251.
thorough investigation. The disputewas away from the Mexican coast Cap- by the friend to the Italian Consul
three seizures and two what might
thought prima facie, to resemble tian: Charles Anden-on, of the Alaho, Cafiero, who sent a translation of it
Loss Sustained by Gulf Coast be termed high-handed examinations, .
by the Mexicans. The Mexicans insist the Nicaraguan claim to Jurisdiction made a similar statement. Senator Mallory, who in turn sent -
': over the sand islands outside the 'The most recent official communication it to the State Department. The let
I f Fishing Firms Will Run Into that the American fishermenwere 'three mile limit and upon which respecting the actual circum ter stated that the: capture took place CLOCKS:
poaching, and the Americans invariably -] British Jamaican subjects have been stances attending the seizures! of the rear Grand Reef Island, the cause of A good 8 day Parlor Clock.. ..... .... ..... ... ... ... .... .15.00
the Thousands. reply that they were outsidethe capturing sea turtles. Trafton, Stearns and Adams and what the seizure being that the vessel had! A good 8-day Parlor Clock, with alarm $3.00
legal limit of the Yucatan coast, Following the seizure of the American followed is given in Washington no license to fish in Mexican waters.It 8-day :Mission ClocKS; J2.75 to . .. .... ... ... .. .. h. ? ..$5.00
ann on grounds where' ..they had. been fishing schooner D. L. Trafton,.of despatch, of :May 10. ?>ltt 'is in the was towed to Progresso;; where the Repairing at reasonable! prices.J. .
FORMAL DEMAND FOR IDEMNITY fishing for years. :Mobile, Ala., owned by the Mobile shape of a report from Edward H. crew was thrown into jail without an DAVIS, JEWELER, at Coe's Book Store
As a result of the seizures the loss Fish & Oyster Company the Steams, Thompson, United States Consul at opportunity to communicate with
w MADE, BUT REPLY RECEIVED sustained by the American fishing Oi Pensacola, Fla., owned by the Warren -- Progresso. who, iy appears, has since either the American or Jtalian con ..
companies of Mobile, Pensacola and Fishing Company, of that place, the early part of ('Ma .been quite ac suls.; The schooner was placed in
THAT NO SUCH CLAIMS WOULD1 Galveston is reported to amount to and the Lizzie B. Adams, of Galveston tive in the interest of the imprisoned charge of soldiers and the men treated 1l
thousands of dollars. The fishing in- owned by the Gulf Fisheries fishermen. Mr. Thompson has secur- like pirates. The letter further
.BE CONSIDER ED-.REVIEW OF terests at the three points named, a Company, during April. as reportedin el their liberation and will watch the says: 'Monday( when the strong
:THE SITUATION. despatch from Galveston dated May The Gazette of May 5, two schooners trials in the Yucatan courts. Says northeast wind blew we left off fishing l
14 gays, have made a formal demandfor have been searched and their Consul Thompson in his report: and proceeded: to the island! thirty
indemnity to the Mexican govern- papers examined making in all threV "On the evening of April 8 the fishing milE 3' distant from shelter. In the
ment, but a response has been re .seizures and two examinations as smacks Silas Stearns Malfitano, mas- meantime we went over to the light :OJlDI/
The last issue of The \(Fishing Gazette ceived that no such claims would be stated. On May 1 the Gulf Fisheries ter,and D. L. TraftoLunbard. maser -, house keeper to-'get some bread anda
; published in New York, con. considered. The attorneys representing schooners Fortuna and Alaho amveQ, of Mobile, were captured by the little, flours.,Hagav ,. Us tams the following article relative to the American fishing companieswere at Galveston and both their captains Mexican gunboat Vera "Crur off the, pr/mds1;; sea.Jnjscuits! ; After the
the seizure of American fishing informed by the :Mexican: au- reported that they had been boarded Aloranez"'reef charged t.y1th illegal second,day we:-we'nt. out in order 'to
smacks by the Mexican Government: thorities that they did not concede while at sea by 'a Mxican'gunboat, fisting in Mica, : waters. 'The proceed! to the same pla e. .'We left}
Latest advices from various pointson that they overstepped their rights in who demanded a look at their papers I crews were taken with the seized ves- off fishing and about 9 o'clockwe
the Gulf Coast regarding the seiz the seizure of tha boats, and that the and also an opportunity'to read,.their I sels and a large lot of fish in the ice were taken in charge by the Mex-
tire of American fisting vessels by Americans would 'be fortunate to get legs. The demands were granted bumpers to Progresso arriving thereat ican man-of-war about ten miles diaI
:Mexican gunboats show that up to a back their vessels and'crews. All the far as the ship's papers were 00llcern71ed 8.p..m. 'on Friday.the,19th ult The:I: tant" We were out from the island. (
few days ago the latter were very ag news point to the need of American but as the ;vessels do not carry I crews wer taken to the jail, where Fortunately'; had no fish on deck Ot"Fei
gressive., So far there have been rights! ,on th' 'banks and tne Yucatan logs the Mexicans had to be. ,satisfied I they were held without communication -l land I were not fishing, or they would
I 1J 1 1I with anyone according to the have sent .us, to the penitentiary for
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-- -z Mexican law, until the distric judge, life. The commandant of the man-
I had taken -depositions, :etc. As cf-war told us be was take, us
soon as they were'at liberty I took to Progresso to make declaration.We LO
charge of them and saw that they declared that we had been fishing
were duly and comfortably cared for, fifty miles distant. This had been
housed and fed."Meanwhile our salvation and that of our boat. &iaht
I duly advised the,,. We ..declaredthat: we went into the ir
American minister Mexico and am island for a little flour."
now engaged in securing all possiblsdetails The owners of the vessels, Warren
,. the names and addresses of & Co, are confident 'that the matter
Ihs witnesses etc., in case the cases will eventually by amicably adjusted "
are to be appealed to and carried to but are unable to understand why the
N ,Washington. The captains of the two United States representative sent
vessels are sure they were beyond ho information regarding the seizure. TEMPERANCEAND
the legal'limit and the passengers 'on'I
a Norweigan steamer confirm this
III TO GET THE statement, at least as 'to the Stearns. Putnam Well Represented.
The captains state that they have: 'iPutnam County will be be well represented ,NOURISHMENT
in the Florida Legislatureby .
been fishing in in these '
1s manner A
RED ROCK GINGER "ALE E waters for nearly ten years" II Hon.W, A. Russell, of the Palatka are the cardinal features of Gerst beer. It
: .t The Consul also reports that on April 1 News and Hon. H. :A. B. McKenzie,,
1'I'Ie 'Irl U the Sen. Adams.had Just beenbiought I editor of the Palatka TimesHerald.With is so light alcohol ((31-2 per cent.) that it
e III seized, by into the Progrefso'Mexicf I ,gunboat having Vera been1: pert jnenj two:.looking such yell after known,* affairs newspa-f., their is truly: a temperance drink. On the other

II Cpir. 'She had 'in hi? bunkers about I county will have: ifs Interests .carefully hand;:it is so:Heavy in malt extract, that its
3,500 tons of "-fish.: captain avery piarded.--St.. Augustine .Record.
"fThe food in its
Always look for the Red Rock Crown Stopper on .. intelligent an$ educated man; ,1]r. likejiquid" effect upon the blood,

1 bottles. That is guarantee of stated that he 'was absolutely certain, muscles'and'. nerves.
your '
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quality 'I
; your that'the seizure was made clearly out *' ?he'water,is purity itself-it thirst
r assurance that you get a pure Ginger side the legal limits. 1 quenches ,
Ale instead Consul! Thompson sent. copies of Four Spoonfuls of refreshes you, and washes away the waste of the
of colored pepper-heated jJL"tt the reports to Senators Mallory, of systern- In! fact; you need Gerst beer. It is a

water. "Say RED ROCK and y K_P :I Florida: and Culberson: of Texts.' pure...nourishing temperance beverage, good for
Subsequently ,and to May 11,
prior you : :w ,.
Ii; say. it PLJHW" ROCH; according. to a Washington despatch Grape-Nuts n.ev l1:
?* '" all the. fishermen 'tad- been. ,released .:
JUGAMIBOOOCOATUUfTA '. una'er: '$Ir. Thompson pledge for '.DS/.Y/C *T WITH MEALS AT HOME
On sale,in bottles at all i% ( ,
groceries, their app rance. ode of the most Am
breakfast will add .llLL.FO lT AT ALL
etc., and on draught at capable lawyers=In'} thg, Stare -of Yucatan at RESORTS.etfe
have been to defend : : -
soda fountains retained
tone 'to the.
fishermen. 'Th.ere.i.'was 'un splendid WM '- GERST
the an -. ; : BREWING CO.
confirmed report at Galveston !May 1 mental machinery all day. -.NASHVILLE- TENN.
that the Adams and the other shack'shad
been sold. by the Mexican Govern PETER BELL Wholesale Dealer
Die 1t' H 7 > .. ."THERE'S A REASON. I
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Trade' Supplied by Consolidated Grocery Co,, ,Wholesale Distributors, Pensacola.;. even. Lt appears unconscious that for'localordinances, :violations .of, -. : :c.; -:_, ..'__. ', ..': ;: Th si ---


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