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i THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING MAY 31 1908
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GRAND REVIEW OF
CONFEDERATE
Reunion at Birmingham
Governor Comer of Ala
bama and Staff Will Take
Part
Special to The Journal
Birmingham Ala May 28Ifhe of
ficial makeup of the parade on June
11 of Confederate Veterans has I
been anonnced by Major General Geo
P Harrison chief marshal
The rules and regulations for the
monster parade as given In general
ordjers No 1 will be carried out as
closely as possible Marshal E J Mc
Orossin announces that every aide
will be called upon to give every as
sistance and no effort will be spared
taM ve the best of order throughout
The general order follows
Headquarters Chief t Marshal United
Confederate Veterans Parade
Birmingham Ala May 11 1908
General Order No 1
All Confederate Veteran organiza
tions Sons of Veterans United
Daughters local and visiting military
governor of the state and his staff
mayor and aldermen of the city chief
of police and mounted police will as
semble on the 11th day of June 1908
at the hour of 10 a mi and report to
their respective corps commanders at
the corner of Sixth avenue and Eigh
teenth street Birmingham Ala and
proceed to participate in the parade
Tinst No automobile will be al
lowed unless In the extreme rear
Second All bodies participating in
the parade onust be In line at their
tepectlve places horeinialter desig
nated not later than 10 oclock a m
and are requested to form their lines
close to the sidewalk in order to pre
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vent crowding the marching columns
ThirdThe formation from line to
columns will commence on the right
of the line of each department prompt
ly at 10 oclock a on
Fourth The closing of all unoccu
pied space in the entire line of vet
erans and carriages must commence
promptly at 10 oclock moving to
their right or left according to their
respective positions
Fifth All commands not in line
when the movement of the columns
commences must take such position
in column as will be assigned them
toy the marshals in command of the
respective departments
Sixth The line of march will com
mence from Sixth avenue and Nine
teenth street south to First avenue
thence east to Twrityfirst street
thence north to Twentieth street
thence south on the east side of Twen
tieth street to First avenue thence
countermarch going north on west
side of Twentieth street to Sixth
avenue thence east on Sixth ave
nue to Twentyfirst street thence
north on Twentyfirst street to Park I
avenue thence west on Park avenue
passing in review to be held by Gen
S D Lee commanding to Ninettenth
street and dismiss
The position of reviewing officer
will be in front of the Confederate
monument The escort column will
be formed on Sixth avenue facing
north with right of column resting
on Nineteenth street and extending
toward Eighteenth street as follows
Marshal E McCrossin
Head of column
Chief George H Bodeker with two
platoons of police mounted
Mayor and Aldermen In carriages
four abreast
Band
Governor B B Comer LieuLGov
Put This Stove in
Your Kitchen
It is wonderfully
convenient to do
kitchen work on a
stove thats ready
at the instant wan ted f a
and out of the way the
moment youre done
Such a stove is the New
Perfection Wick Blue
Flame Oil CookStove
By using it you avoid the
continuous overpowering
heat of a coal fire and cook
with comfort even in dog
days The
TheNEW PERFE TION
Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove
is so constructed that it cannot add perceptibly tb the heat of
a room the flame directed
being up a retaining chimney to
the stove top where it is needed for cooking You can
see that a stove sending out heat in but one di
rection would be preferable on a hot day to
a stove radiating heat in all directions The
New Perfection keeps a kitchen uniformly
comfortable Three size fully warranted
If not with your dealer write our nearest agency
T lie aYoLamp idea is lamp the l
for family use safe
convenient economical and a great light
giver If not with your de et write our near
est agency
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
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BUILDERS AND BUILDING MATERIAL
Who they are and where they may be found If
you are going to build anything consult The
Journals Building Directory
E W PEAKE
Expert Electrician and Electrical
Contractor
Bids on all kinds of lobs Office
In Star Laundry Building West
Garden street Prone 955
F M Williams
Contractor and Builder
lerraidmtU Pumps Road Graders
Office 204 Blount Bldfl Phone 970
H H WICKE CO
PLUMBERS
All kinds of bath tubs gas steam
and electrfcal fixtures
aids furnished on any size Jobs
C TURNER CO
CONTRACTORS AND PLUMBERS
Bruit and Garden Phone 345
Bath Tubs Cabinet Mantels etc
S F FULGHUM
General Contractor aid Builder
Perrsacola Florida
Phone 839
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E B WELLS
wu Paper Paints Oils Varnishes
Brushes Window Glass all
1 sizes always In stock
All kinds of painting and papering
done quickly and reasonably
Phone 778
JOHN N DAY
Real Estate Rents Loans
City and Country Lands Bought
and Sold Phone 764
No 6 West Romana
Thos F Wrighton
The Old Reliable
PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER
Been In business here for over 25
years No Job too big none too
small Prices reasonable
No 46 W Romana Phone 302
t A V CLUBBS
Contractor and Builder
I Demur In
Lime Plaster Hair and Cement
Both Louisville and the beet grade
of Portland Cement
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W R TAYLOR
will put a new gravel roof on your
building on short notfce Ho alto
sells brick lime tar cemen etc
209 E Garden Phone 828
Saunders Mill Co
31 E Garden stT Phone 717
Sacti doorS bUnG and alt kinds
of builders hardware paints
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brushes and building maerai
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H B Gray aad staff mounted
Gen L V Clark and staff
Alabama National Guard infantry
Howard College cadets
St Anthony cadets
Alabama National Guard artillery
Alabama National Guard cavalry
Band
The Veteran mounted column
Chief IMarshal 3Iiajor General
George P Harrison and staff
General S D Lee and staff
Sponsors carriage
Forrest Cavalry escort to General
Lee
eeDepartment
Department of Tennessee will form
on Sixth avenue facing north with
right of column resting on west side
of Eighteenth street and extending
towards Sixteenth street
lieutenant General CA Evans
and staff
Sponsors carriage
Band
Alabama Division
Senior Brigadier General and di
vision staff
Sponsors carriage
General and staff First Brigade
General and staff Second Brigade
General and staff Third Brigade
General and staff Fourth Brigade
Second Band
Mississippi Division
Major General Robert Ix > wry and
staff
Sponsors carriage
General and staff of First Brigade
General and staff of Second Brigade I
General and staff of Third Brigade
Georgia Division
Major General John W Clark and
staff
General and staff South Georgia I
Brigade I
General and staff East Georgia Bri
gade
General and staff North Georgia
Brigade
General and staff West Georgia
Brigade
Louisiana Division
Major General T W Castleman and
staff
Sponsors carriage
General and staff First Brigade
Band No 5
First Brigade
General and staff Second Brigade
Second Brigade
Tennessee Division
Major General George W Gordon
and staff
Sponsors carriage
General and staff First Brigade
First Brigade
General and staff Second Brigade
Second Brigade
General and staff Third Brigade
Third Brigade
Florida Division
Major General W L Wattidi and
staff
Sponsors carriage
General and staff First Brigade
First Brigade
General and staff Second Brigade
Second Brigade
General and staff Third Brigade
Third Brigade
Band
TransMississippi Department
Will form on Eighteenth street
facing west witih right of column rest
ing on south side of Sixth avenue and
extending toward Third avenue Lieu
tenant General Caoell
ell and staff com
manding
Department Marshal
Sponsors carriage
Texas Division
Major General K M Van Zandt
and staff
Sponsors carriage
General and staff First Brigade
First Brigade
General and Second Brigade
Second Brigade
General and staff Third Brigade
Third Brigade j
General and staff Fourth Brigade I
Fourth Brigade I
Indian Territory Division
Major General Daniel M HalLey and
staff
Sponsors carriage I
General and staff Chickasaw Bri
gade
Chickasaw Brigade I
General and staff Choctaw Brigade
Choctaw Brigade
General and staff Cherokee Bri
gade
Cherokee Brigade
General and staff Creek Brigade
Creek Brigade
Missouri Division
Major General F H Lodermilk and
° taff
+ Sponsors carriage
General and stnfl Eastern Brigade
Eastern Brigade
General and staff Western Brigade
V ° tern Brigade
Arkansas Division
Major General James H Berry ami
taft
Sponsors carriage
General and staff First Brigade
First Brigade
General and taff Second Brigade
Second Brigade
General and staff Third Brigade
Third Brigade
General and staff Fourth Brigade
Frnrth Brlpxid0
Oklahoma Division Q
Mijor General John Treadgtll and
c faff
Sponsors carriage
General and staff First Brigade
First Brigade
General and stnff Second Brigade
Second Brigade
General and staff Third Brigade
Third Brigade
Northwestern Division
Major General Paul A Fusz and
tiff
Sponsors carriage
General and staff Montana Bri
Bade
gadeMontana
Montana Brigade
Band
Department Army of Northern Vir
ginia
General and staff First Brigade
Wll form on Eighteenth street
facing east with right of column rest
ing on north side of Sixth avenue
and extending towards Eighth avenue
Leutenant General C Irvine Walker
and staff commanding
Department Marsha
North Carolina Division v
Major General Julian S Carr and
staff
Sponsors carrlaire
General and staff First Brigade
First Brigade
General and staff Second Brigade
Second Brigade
General and staff Third Brigade
Third Brigade
General and staff Fourth Brigade
Fourth Brigade
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We will furnish your home complete at 15 per cent off of our regular J
prices and you may pay for your outfit a little at a time Try our dig
nified clean installment credit plan To every June bride who gets her
outfit from us during the month of June we will give a handsome present
worth 500 also a 15 per cent discount
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To move our stock of
Summer Porch Rockers we
will sell for cash only this
250 Rocker for 199 in or
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out of the city
Sanitary
Steel
Davenport
Bed Couch
Heavy Cotton
Mattress
Creton Covering
16
2 Cash 1 a Week
RHODES FUTCHCOLLINS FURNITURE CO
2628 EAST GARDEN STREET
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Mr fr 7 <
Kentucky Division
Major General Bennett H Young
and staff
General and staff Second Brigade
eneral and staff Third Brigade
General and staff Fourth Brigade
New York Veterans
West Virginia Division
Major General Robert White and
Sttfr
Sponsors carriage
General and staff First Brigade
irst Brigcde
General and staff Second Brigade
Second Brigade
Immortal Six Hundred
Maryland Division
Major General A C Trippe and
staff
Sons rs carriage
General and staff First Brigade
First Brigade
General and staff Second Brigade
S nd Brigade
D strct of Columbia Veterans
Virginia Division
Major General Stith Boiling and
staff
Sponsors carriage
General and staff First Brigade
Band No 4
First Brigade
General and staff Second Brigade
Second Brigade
General and staff Third Brigade
TShlrd Brigade
South Carolina Division
Major General Thomas W Carwile
and staff
< Sponsors carriage
General and staff First Brigade
Band No 3
First Brigade
General and staff Second Brigade
Second Brigade
Band
United Sons of Confederate Veter
ans The Fourth Division or United
Sons of Ccnfeder2tefcJYeterans will
form on SevenJblirfavenue facing
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south with right of column resting
on Eighteenth street and extending
towards Nineteenth street
ComimanderinChief and staff
Sponsors carriage
Department of Army of Northern
Virginia
Department of Army of Tennessee
Department of TransMississippi
Carriage department
Eight carriages
Teff Davis Memorial Association
Ten carriages
United Daughters of Confederacy
Ten carriages
Sponsors for Veterans other than
above provided
I Fwcntvthree carriages
Southern Cross Drill Corps
Miscellaneous carriages
By order of
MAJGEN GEO P HAIRRISON
Chief Marshal
4 B M WASHBURN Chief of Staff
NO USE TO DIE
I have found out that there is no
I use to die of ung trouble as long as
j you can get Dr K rags New Discov
ery says Mrs J P White of Rush
I boro Pa I would not be alive today
only for that wonderful medicine It
loosens up a cough quicker than any
I thing else and cures lung disease
j even after the case is pronounced
hopeless This most liabe rem
edy for coughs and colds Iagrippe
asthma bronchitis and hoarseness is
sold under guarantee at all druggists
50c and SLOG Trial bottle free
Iron in Brazil
The British vice consul at Rio de
Janeiro reports that the whole of the
elevated region constituting the center
of the state of Minas Gerates Brazil
I is notably rich in iron ores whose
purity is remarkable but the difficulty
remains that the inn can not Te con
verted on the spot into commercial
I products until some economical
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We sell them every
day but still have some left
that hold 50 Ibs of ice for
15 100 lbs for 18
100 Cash 1 a week
method of smelting is discovered It
15 said that electricity would be too
expensive but with the existing water
power it seeaas that this would SJB
the best solution unless the price of
crk3 is considerably reduced The
jehcc of mines at Our Preto is short
ly gang to make some experiments
in smelting
Dulls the scthe of Father Time The
ele trie spark goes through every part
of your body bringing new life and
hope HolliBters Rocky Mountain
Tea brings hack that feeling of bby
gone days 35 cents Tea or Tablets
Honnah Bros
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i A Royal Pottery
j The German emperor has a well
equipped pottery which brings him In
50000 a year The king of Vurtem
berg owns two large hotels whlcii
yield him a yearly income or some
40000 The ling of Saxony owns tile
famous porcelain factory at Meissen
snd the regent of Lippe Detmold nm
uOT
I a large mcdel farm from Which he
tells butter milk and eggs THo
king of Servia 4s said to own a bar
ber shop an1 an apothecary shop ik
addition to which he holds an agency I
for motor cars
BEST HEALER IN THE WORLD II
Rev F Starblrd of East Raymond d
Maine says I have used Bucklena
Arnica Salve for several years on my
old army wound and other obstinate
sores and find it the best healer fcn
the world I use H too with great
success in my veterinary business
Price 25c at all druggists
Tokios Power
of
The present power requirements
Tckio represent 4SOOO ftcrsepoww
Id hydroelectric plants calling for
20000 adJitional horsepower are In
j course of erection These figures do
net include the electric railroad frcnt
I TokJo to Yokchama or the elevated
read under construction Dy the govern
ment in Tckio
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No woman can be happy
e without children it is her
naturetolove them asmuch
so as it is the beautiful and
pure The ordeal through
a which the expectant mother
must is so fraught with dread that the very thought fills her with
pass life be
of to
apprehension There is no necessity for the reproduction
of Mothers Friend pre
The use
dangerous
either painful or
pares the very system for the coming event and it is passed without any Jt
A u carried thousands
has
danger This remedy is applied externally and
of women through the crisis i
with but little suffering
Write for book containing Information
of value to all eipcctist mother
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