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THE PENSACOLA peE NsA CO LA JO J JOURNASATURDAY O 11 U R N A AL L SA A T T U RII R D A AY Y MO MORNING RN I NGM MAY A Y 27 1905 t 5 S
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on extreme Summer Suits Our OurH Ourif
H warm summers necessitate ua uaH U5buing u ubuying
H buying the lightest Ilg t eMt materials materialsS materialsthat materialsthat I
S that we te can find findH findg findTHE
H g THE NEW OUTING SUITS SUITSt S SUITSARE ITS ii iiARE
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K ARE HERE HEREwaiting H Hit ifr
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r waiting for their outing Coats Coatsand H Hand
2 and Trousers S of Flannel Serge SergeH SergeTweeds
H Tweeds and Homespun in all allthe allthe allthe I
the new shades of gray which whichis
is the prevailing color this thisspring thisspring thisspring
spring springCome
5 Come in In while all the variety varietyis varietyI I
is nere nereTHIESEH
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MISS Mi some of ofthe the sweet things thingsin thisinlife4utdozil
in inlife4utdozil life4mt life 91t dont miss missthe misspleasuresoC missIkpleasnreQLaioMf
the IkpleasnreQLaioMf IkpleasnreQLaioMfWA pkasareofaJH pleasuresoC aOOx uf ufIL of ofWL
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4 DALEMBERTE DALEMBERTEDruggist DALEIBBRTBDruggiSt DALEIBRRTEDruggist
Druggist and andApothecary andApotllecalY aMApothecary
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121 S Falafoi FalafoiR PalafoxR P IaIox IaIoxR
R K WHITE WHITEWatchmaker WHITEatchmaker WHITEWatchmaker
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and Graduata Optician Opticianzo
10 s Patfox Street Penucolt PenucoltTERSELY JJ JJTERSEL Iii IiiTRSLY
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TERSELY YTJlD TOLD TOLDR 1 1R
R Leon Jones of Seminole Ala Alavas Alaas Alawas
vas as in the city yesterday yest rdaY and d regis registered regist regisIred ¬
tered t red at the Merchants MerchantsHenry lferchantsIlSnry MerchantsUnry
Henry McLaughlin who has been beenin
in the city for several days da s left l ft yes yesterday yestwla yest ¬
terday twla t rday for New York where he will willremain willremain willremain
remain for About two weeks weeksE
E M Blackshear of Brewton was wasIn wasIn wasIn
In lie city yesterday yester ay He is a promi prominent prom promiaent i ilent ¬
lent saw mill man being connected connectedwith comlectedWith connectedwith
with the Blackshear Lumber Company CompanyBrewton Compannton CompanyBrewton
Brewton News A knumber number of thenrewtoll the theBrewton thei3rewton
Brewton friends of Judge J C Rich Richardson Richardson Richardson ¬
ardson were present at athismaniag athismaniagin his marriage marriagein
in Pensacola last week to Miss Flor Florence Florence Florence ¬
ence Anson AnsonAtmore AnsonAtmore Ansontmore
Atmore Speclurm 1tlr Ir Ernest Har Harjr Harr
jr r and sister Miss Minnie of Pensa Pensacola Pensacola Pensacola ¬
cola are visiting the family of Mr lIrA lIrAIt A AU AIL
U Tennant Trains have started startedo
o going on regular schedule on onthe ontheJar the theCay theNv
Cay Jar Minette and Fort Morgan lIor p railroad railroadSouthern railroadouthern railroadsouthern
Southern Hotel arrivals Jos JooB JooBWolfe Jo BI BIVolfp B Bwofe
Wolfe Atlanta GaJ H Collins CI > 1lins city cityC city cityr
C S Ellmore U S N W H Wick WickYoungstown WIckYcmgstown WickGngstown
Youngstown Ohio W W Jones JonesSfoiinole JonestJinole Jonesiiino1e
Sfoiinole iiino1e Ala J W 1 Mcintosh MclntoshRrooksville Mcintoshlrooksvil1e IclntosJnrookslle
Rrooksville Ora OraIcIntos McIntosh Brooks IBrooksmc Brooksville Brooksrie
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An n interesting game of baseball was wasFayed wasp wasraYetl
Fayed p a > 11 yesterday ycsterda afternoon between the
OrIoles OnI and Marines The game was wasa
a Palmetto Beach and resulted in a asr asrjre aSr
sr srjre > re of 8 to 3 in favor of the Orioles Oriolessnif Oriolesnzf Oriolesif
snif nzf if Yillar was on the firing line linej lineIie
j f r rite lie Orioles and up 1o the eighth
Icnaig had his opponents shut out
NOTEOfWARNINj NOTEOfWARNINjto NOThOF NOTE OF WARNING WARNINGto WAKN1r4GTO
to COTTON MENPRESENT MEN MENPRESENT E EPRESENT
PRESENT ADVANCE IN N PRICE NOT NOTINTENDED NOTINTENDED NOTINTENDED
INTENDED TO rOBENEFJr rOBENEFJrCOTTON BENEFIT BENEFITCOTTON BENEFITCOTTON
COTTON PLANTERS
Dallas Tex May 26 2Cit It is stated statedthat statedthat
that a note of warning1s W warning Isnow is now be beIng beIng
Ing prepared for the cotton farmers farmerssetting farmerssetting
1 1setting
setting forth that the advance m in prices pricesis pricest pricestIs
is not intended Int nded to cause them to In Increase Incease
crease their acreage for the coming comingyear comingear comingyear
year ear and in n this note if it be issued issuedTheodore issuedTheodore
Theodore Price will be mentioned m ntioned by byname byname byname
name as a a bear earat at alltimes all times seeking in inthe inth inthe
the th gUise g ise of a abe1ieyer believer of ofan an n advance advanceto advance1 J
to keep down the price of ofccitton cotton while whilei
ii i is in the hands handsQ ot the producer prOducerThe j I
The assertion is ism made de by the offii offiicials om omclals offidais
dais of the Southern S uthernCotton Cotton Associa Association Assoclati ¬
ti tion n that the theacIeage acreage in Texas has hasbeen hasheen hasbeen
been cut heavily and some of them themeven themeven themeven
even go so far as to name nameflgures figures giv giving g givIng v vIng ¬
ing the reduction As a matter of offact offtct offact
fact it is utterly utt rb impossible mp sslble to even evenapproximately ev evnapproximately n napproximately
approximately guess what the thetion reduce reduclion reduceHon
lion has been or dr rwhat what effect It will willhave willhave willhave
have on the size of the th crop at thend the theend theend
end nd of the season M Many n of the Texas Texasplanters Texasplanters Texasplanters
planters have undertaken the plan of ofcultivation ofcultivation ofcultivation
cultivation advocated by the Agricul Agricultural Agricultural Agricultural ¬
tural Bureau and this was w s designed designedto
to enable them to grow cotton c Jtton despite despitethe despitethe despitethe
the boll weevil While the amount Isj Isjfertilizer Is Isvery
very small this Is I the first year year that thatertilizer thatqertilizer I
fertilizer has been used usedIn in Texas save savein saveIn
in a very few instances But this sea season season season ¬
son many of the farmers have put fer fertilizers fertilizers fertilizers ¬
tilizers on a few acres tosee to see seewh what t the theresult theres theresult
result res lt will be and merely as a8an a an texperi1 texperi1nicnt experi1ment experltment
ment In the aggregate this th1 may cut cutia cuta
a considerable figure later I
A Good Goo Suggestion SuggestionMr
Mr C B Wainwrlght of Lemon City CityFla CityFla CityFla
Fla has written the manufacturers manufacturersthat tnanuracturerSthat
that much better betterresultsare results are obtained obtainedfrom obtainedfrom obtainedfrom
from the use useofChamberlains of Chamberlains Colic ColicCholera CoIlcCholera ColicCholera
Cholera and Diarrhoea a Remedy In Incases Incas Incases
cases cas s of pains in the stomach colic colicand coUeand colicand
and cholera morbus by taking It Inwater in inwater Inwater
water as a hot as can be drank That Thatwhen Thatwhen hat hatwhen
when taken In this way the effect Is Isdouble Isdouble isdouble
double in rapidity SIt It seems seemsfu to get getat getat getat
at the right spot Instantly Instantlyhe he says saysFor saysFor saysFor
For sale by all druggists druggistsPensacola druggistsPensacola
Pensacola Fla May 26 z 1905 1905Editor 1905Editor 1905Editor
Editor Pensacola Journal JournalDear JournalDear JournalDear
Dear Sir SirWhpn SirWhn Whpn we sigqfed sign d the peti petition petition pettion ¬
tion to close our store on n pIdays pIdaysduring Fridays Pr1daysduring Fridaysduring
during the summer summermQnt mgntjis st 1 it was waswith waswith waswith
with the understanding tht tjierother tjierotherclothing ti e other otherclothing oth r rclothing
clothing merchants would also agree agreeto agr agreeto e eto
to close But on account of the no notice notice nOtice ¬
tice published In yesterday esterda mornlngs morningsJournal mornlngsJournal mornlngsJournal
Journal over our 1 own signature Ign ture we wehave w whave wehave
have closed our store Btoreregaroless regardless pf pfwhat t > f fwhat fwhat
what the other clothing merchants doFeeling doFeel1ng do doFeeling
Feeling as we do that both the themerchants themerchants themerchants
merchants and clerks clerksne need d recreation recreationduring recreationduring II
during the warm months and that thatSunday thatSunday thatSunday
Sunday Is not nota a day for f r recreation recreationbut recreationbut I
but for rest and worship we hope hopethat oopethat hopethat
that the other otp rc clothing othlng merchants merchantsWill merchantsvilI I
Will i1l take the sameylew sam vIew of it and andclose andj andclose
close their stores next Friday If all allclose allclose
close we cannot see how anyone will willsuffer wlUsuffer willsuffer I
suffer by doing so Yours truly
STANDARD CLOTHING OLOTHJ G CO COBy COBy 00By
By 0 t C Goodman GoodmanOnly GoodmanOnly GoodmanOnly
Only three hits were made by the Ma Marines lIarines Marifles ¬
rines UrIng the entire game gameThere gameThere gameThere
There will be an examination for forthe forthe forthe
the position of ofsurCman surfman in the theltre theltresaving life lifesaving lifesaving
saving service on June 14 1905 Any Anyperson Anyperson Anyperson
person desiring to take It can get pa papers papers papers ¬
pers apd all information from Capt CaptRobert CaptRobert CaptRobert
Robert Broadbent Broadb ntat nt at the Santa Rosa RosaLife RosaLife RosaLife
Life Saving Station StationNew StationNew StationNew
New Orleans Picayune The Fourth FourthCompany FourthCompany FourthCompany
Company of Coast Artillery returned returnedto
to the barracks shortly short1ybefore before 9 9 oclock oclocklast oclocklast oclocklast
last night from Fort Barrancas Fla Flawhere Flawhere Flawhere
where its members were w teeng engaged engag ge e In Intarget Intarget intarget
target practice the past two tw weeks weeksCaptain weeksCaptain weeksCaptain
Captain B C Gilbert who went along alongas
as commander of the company compa1 y and andCaptain andC andCaptain
Captain C ptaln C J T Bailey Balle who wh superintend superintended ¬
ed the target practice also came c me back backThe backThe backThe
The river traffic at the forts made it itdangerous itdangerous Itdangerous
dangerous to continue firing the big bigguns bigguns bigguns
guns down there The next n t place placeor placeori for fori fortarget
i target practice by the Fourth and andj andNinetyfirst
j Ninetyfirst Ni etyfirst Companies will be select selected selectI selected
I ed in due time timeAbsolute timeAobsolute timeAbsolutepurity
Absolute Absolutepurity purity great strength anJ anJdelicious anJdeIIcious anidelicious
delicious natural fruit flavor have havemade havemade havemade
made Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla VanillaExtracts Vani11Extracts VaniilaExtracts
Extracts famous Ask your grocer for forBlue forBlue forBlue
Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla Ex Extracts Extracts Extracts ¬
tracts Takes less Flavors perfect perfectly perfectly ¬
ly
COOKS COOKSEXODUS EXODUS NEEDNT NEEDNTBRING NEEDNTBRINGCHAOSNOT BRING BRINGCHAOS RINGCHAOSNOT
CHAOS CHAOSNOT NOT IF YOU ADVERTISE ADVERTISEQUICKLY ADVERTISEQUICKLY ADVERTISEQUICKLY
QUICKLY
XTRACTS ROSINBY ROSINBY ROSIN ROSINBY
BY NEW PROCESS
MAN SECURES COPY COPYRIGHTS COPYRIGHTSON COPYRIGHTS ¬
RIGHTS RIGHTSON ON A VALUABLE JDIs JDIsCOVERY DISr DISrCOVERY DISCOVERY
COVERY
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A A special to the Birmingham Age AgeTerald
from Selma Ala says W WM M Mill
ill a well known Selmalan Selmalanwlth with al ateady
considerable considcrablemeans means has made a aiscovery aUscovery aliscovery
iscovery which he has as bad protected
iy copyrights that may net him an im imnense
fortune For years inventors
others have been trying to find a aaethod
of extracting rosin from f Om pine pinefithout
injuring the thetimb timber r Several Severaltave
claimed to be able to do so SOi but buthe
he tests have not stood stoodMr stoodMr stoodMr
Mr Gill has hassuceeedCd succeeded where others otherslave
lave failed and nd Is I now in possession possessionjf
a method methQdo of extracting extractl gth the rosin rosinwithout rosinwJth roslawithOut
without wJth ut injuring the timber Umb rand and at atthe at
the same time securing a better bett qual quality
ity of the product than has ever before beforebeen
been found Samples of the rosin with witha
a statement of the th process proce were sent sentsome
some time timeago ago to the Standard StandardOil Oil Com Company Company Cornpany ¬
pany that handles h ndlcs large quantities of ofrosin ofrosin ofrosin
rosin and an expert was sent to Selma Selmaabout Selmaabout
about three weeks ago to make an ini inivestigation in investigationThe investigation II
vestigationThe vestigation The expert went home bornefully homefully homefullysaUs1led
fully fullysaUs1led satisfied and the t e Standard Oil OilCompany OilCompany
Company will enter Into Intdan an agreement agreementfor agreem agreementfor nt ntfor I
for something like 1Il < e50000barrelsa 50000 barrels a ayear a1 a1year I Iyear
year Those in position to know state statethat statethat i ithat
that it Is not realized what a fortune fortuneMr CortuneMr fortuneMr
Mr Gill has in his grasp and his hisfriends hisfrIends hisfriends
friends are areOff bff offering ring congratulations congratulationsNEW con tulatlon tulatlonINEW
NEW DOCTOR
FOR PENSACOLA PENSACOLAThe PENSAOLAThe
The many friends of Neptune Buck Buckner Buckner Buckner ¬
ner will be glad to know that he is isimproving Isimproving isimproving
improving rapidly and that he expects expectsto
to return to Pensacola In the near nearfuture nearfuture nearfuture
future This information is i brought broughthereby brooghthereby broughthere
hereby here by Dr R GBuokner C Buokner his brother brotherwho brct brotherwho er erwho
who arrived in Pensacola a few days daysago daysago daysa
ago a to t make his home here on therecommend the therecommendation therecommendation
recommendation recommend tlon of N Neptune ptuneBucknori Bucknor BucknorDr BucknorDr
1 Dr > r Bnckner has secured quarters quartersin
in the Brent building b l1d1ngand and having havingpassed haytagpassed I Ipassed
passed a most favorable examination examinationbefore examinationbOtoe I
before b tOle the board of otmedical 0 medical examiners examinerswill eJlaminerswlIl examInersIll
will Ill immediately enter upon his bisduUes bisduUesnr duties dutiesDr
Dr Buckner Is a agraduateof graduate of the Uni University University TJnivarsity ¬
versity of Arkansas Medical depart department department departinent ¬
ment in 1897 He did a general prac practice prac1tlcefor practico ¬
tlcefor tice for fo six or eight years ears and for forthe forthe forthe
the past two years has done post postgraduate postgraduate postgraduate
graduate work in America and Europe EuropeHe EuropeHe EuropeHe
He studied the ear nose and throat throatIn throatin throatIn
In lhiscountry this country and for more than a ayear ayear
year 3 ar studied studiedthe the eye ear and throat throatin
in the leading hospitals of London LondonVienpa LondonVien9a LondonVienpa
Vienpa and andBreslau andBreslauDr BreslauDr Breslau BreslauDr
Dr Buckner comes highly recom recommedded recommadded recominedded
medded in his specialty and he will no nodoubt liodoubt nodoubt
doubt make many friends here He is isa Isa isa
a polished and learned gentleman and andis andis aiidis
is taken up with Pensacola and its itsfuture itsfutute itsfuture
future prospects prospectsCLOSING prospectsCLOSING
CLOSING EXERCISES AT ATTHE ATTHE
THE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL SCHOOLTuskegee SCHOOLTuskegee SCHOOLTuskegee
Tuskegee Ala May 26 26The The twen twentyfourth twentyfourth
tyfourth annual commencementexer commencementexercises commeIi commencement em nt exer exercises exerlses
cises of afthe c the Tuskegee Industr Industrial al Instl Instltutee lnst lnstitutee institute
tutee tute came to tornan rnan an nend end Thursday Th rsdar Eigh Eightytbree Eightythree Hightytfaree
tytfaree students were graduated grnduatedfrom grnduatedfromthe ironthe iron frOmthe
the academic ac demlcdepartme department 1t One hun hundred h hundred n ndred
dred and thirteen students were we given givertrade giventrade giventxade
trade certificates indicating that the thehave thehave they theyhave
have done d ne the work intended to fit filthem fitthem fitthem
them for one of the th tfcirtyseveri trades tradesand tradesand tradCsand
and Industries taught here A large largeattendance largeattendance largeattendance
attendance of white and nd colored visi visitors vIsltors yl yltors
tors marked marh d the occasion The hecom hecommencement com commencement cornmencetrrent
mencement address was by Rev C T TWalker TWalker l lWalker
Walker of Augusta Ga The Theexer Theexerclses exer exereises exeretses
eises were closed with witl1remarks remarks by bjPresident byPresident byPresident
President Booker T Washington and andthe ant antthe andthe
the distribution of diplomas and prizes prizesEight prizesElght prizesEight
Eight hundred and eightythree elghtythreestu elghtythreestudents stu students students
dents have graduated and received receivectrade receivedtrade receivedtrade
trade certificates from Tuskegee In Institute InstItute Institute ¬
stitute since its foundation foundationTREE foundationTREE foundationTREE
TREE ON ROOF OF THE THESTATE THESTATE THESTATE
STATE HOUSE REMOVED REMOVEDBaton REMOVEDBaton REMOVEDBaton
Baton Rouge La May Iay26iIh 26 26The The syc sycamore sycamore sycamore
amore tree which has adorned the to1or toi toiof to toof
of the walls of ofthe the statehouse for hall halla
a generation has been removed by M MT MT MT
T Carpenter the custodian of the cap capitol capItol capitol
itol building This tree had grown tc tcsuch tcsuch tcsuch
such an extent that its roots were dis displacing disPlacing displacing
placing lhebrick the brick on the wall of the thebuilding thebuilding thcbuilding
building and it was wai essential that ii iibe itbe iibe
be chopped down By B measurement measurementthe measuremen1the
the sycamore was found to be nearly nearlytwo near1two nearItwo
two inches in diameter and about sb sijand sband sband
and a haH feet tall There was somE somiI
I speculation as as to the size of the th treE treEwhile treiwhile treEwhile
while it was 150 feet from the ground groundand groundand groundand
and there was some surprise that th thsycamore thE thEsycamore thEsycamore <
sycamore was as large as as it was fount fountto founlto founto
to be This young tree has been th thsubject thE thEsubject thsubject <
subject of much comment for severaars severa severayears severayears
years ars on the part of or officials officialsaIid and th thsubject thE thEsubject thEsubject <
subject of many a goodnatured goodna ured jest jeson jes1on jeston
on the part of visitors
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GUARANTEED TO STAND STANDLook
Look at your neighbors walks Arent tabqut about 10 per cent of the blocks blocksbroken blocksbrokenfavent blocksbroken
broken brokenfavent Havent they settled inplaces1 in places Isnt the curbing breaking off offMost off1Most offMostofThemAre
Most MostofThemAre of 0 Them r Are fe Why WhyWe Wh Whr Y
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base guaranteed not to sag or o break V j jCONTRACTORS l lCONTRACTORS i7 i7base
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furms paving blocks that YOU can canr canguarantee canguarantee canguarantees
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MUCH DAMAGE BY BYTORNADO 8YTORNADOINT BYTORNADO
TORNADO TORNADOINT IN T TEXAS TEXASWIDE LXISWIDE AS ASWIDE
WIDE AREA AREAQF QF STATE TE VISITED VISITEDBY
BY DESTRUCTIVE DESTR CTIVE WIND WINDRAIN WINDRAIN WINDRAIN
RAIN AND A Jf HAILSTORM HAILSTORMFort 1IAIL fL TJiM tcMFort f fFort
Fort Worth Tex > il5 iy = 2 2A storm stormCloud stormckmd stotmcloud
Cloud having every evetyapprorance appearance of ota otatornado a atornado atornado
tornado swept over a wide area rea of in innorth innorth Innorth
north Texas yesterda > Iaj Iy y houses housesTvererfamageduand ho boussredamagednthx ses sesrc
Tvererfamageduand rc Jdamaged threji R9gPl0were R9gPl0wereinjured n r pJ pIviee pIvieeInjured u weF weFinjuredbt1t
injured injuredbt1t but no notalitieaarnrepottet1 notalitieaarnrepottet1The fatljlities l ities arB at > rejOTtedf rejOTtedfThe rapQrtooThe
The storm touched QuchedWaxahachle QuchedWaxahachlenls Waxahachle pn pnnis Jafig
fig Dennison Temple Gainesville GainesvilleClebuxne G GInesv4l1eCleburnQ I svil1e svil1eCleblirn
Clebuxne Fort Wjorth Sorti ortb nd id d other ojhertowns othertowns othcrtowns
towns badly bad frfgfrtepjns frIgii pJng persons peri peiion > on whoare who Yfhpare whoare
are apprehensre appreben ets as a reeultof r result euW Qrec o recent recenttornadoes recenttornadoes rit rittornailo
tornadoes inttlls itt1IsectT sect ectt6n on n The Thet Thetof t tI town townof
of Chicbita Chlchltanear near Texas City which whichwas whichwas whithwas
was reported damaged by ther therstorm the storm stormwas stormwas stormwas
I was not in the path of o theheavy the 1ieiv vYWiiid wind
I Rain Rainnd and Hail at Houston HoustonI HoustonHouston HoustonHouston I
I Houston Tex TOLIa May 2G 2 2cA A terrific terrificdownpour terrificdownpour
downpour of 0 rain and hail visited All Allcountry the tbeI thecOuntry
country jn the vicinity of Ofnbd and north northof norttlof ntttof
I of Barstrop doing much damage One Onejfield Onej i
jfield j field o of ISO acres of cotton is said to tohave tohave tohave
have been utterly wiped out by the tbehail tbehailwhile thehailwhile hail hailwhile
while others were seriously seriouslrdamaged seriouslrdamagedrequirIng damaged damagedrequiring damagedrequiring
requiring considerable replanting replantingAs
As the result r sult of ofre recent entstcrm storm scares scaresover scaresover scaresover
over the state it Is Isanti anticipated ipated that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there will be considerable cl > doing in the theway theYay theway
way of digging storm bouses in the thefuture thefuture
future
Heavy Wind at Beaumont BeaumontBeaumont Beaul1ontBeaumont BeaumontBeaumont
Beaumont Tex May Ja 26 26A A heavy 1 1I
wind storm partaking I of tb the nature of ofa l la
1 a tornado swept over southeast 1 Texas Texaslate T TexasI tas taslate
late yesterday There was no nodaniage damagedone damage damagej
j I done in this city cit but In the outlying outlyingcountry ciuthingCOJIDtO outlyingcountry
II country districts the wind created createdhavoc createdhavoc createdhavoc
havoc with fences and outhouses outhOusOsAt s sAt j
At Vatow Va tow fifty miles northwest of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this city the storm wag wasof of unusual se severity severity soverity ¬
verity One child was killed and soy several seveeral soyeral ¬
eral persons persons Injured InjuredSeveral InjuredSeveral
Several Derricks Wrecked WreckedHumble WreckedRumbl WreckedHumbiC
Humble Tex May 26 26A A severe severewind severewind
wind storm struck an oil field late yes yesterday yesterd yesterday ¬
terday terd y wrecking a number n mber of derricks derricksOne derrick8One derricksOne
One of the flying timbers struck Mrs MrsCairipbell MrsCampbell rs rsCampbeU
Campbell keeper of a restaurant and andinjured andinjured andInjured
injured her badly her son a young youngman youngman oungman
man was also struck and died from fromhis fromhis
his injuries shortly hortlyafter after A man mannam mannamed nam named named ¬
ed Cramp was also hurt but not seri seriously seriously zen zenously ¬
ously ouslyOCEAN ouslyOCEAN ouslyOCEAN
OCEAN SPRINGS HOTEL HOTELCOMPLETELY 4 4COMPLETELY aCOMPLETELY
COMPLETELY DESTROYED DESTROYEDOcean DESTROYEDOcean DESTROYEDOcean
Ocean Springs Miss sIay May 26 26ThCl 26ThClOcean 26TheOceati Th ThOcean
Ocean Springs Hotel burned to the theground theground theground
ground Thursday ThuTsda morning insurance insuranceon Insuranceou
on house and furniture Is iS1QOOTbe iS1QOOTbeorigin 7001 The Theorigin Theorigin
origin of the fire is unknown unlmownbut but Is Isthought IsthoUght Isthought
thought to have been caused by the theexplosion theexplosion theexplosion
explosion of a lamp There was w s no noone noone noone
one In the hotel except the keeper as asthe asthe asthe
the house was being renovated for forsummer forsummer forsummer
summer guests The Ocean Springs SpringsHotel SpringsHotel SpringsHotel
Hotel was one of thetowns thet the tovifs wns land landmarks lanilmarks laudmarks ¬
marks It was among am ng the n first t frame framehouses framhouses ramp ramphouses
houses built and was erected about aboutfifty aboutfift aboutfifty
fifty fift years ago agoMORE agoMORE so soMORE
MORE OIL INDICATIONS INDICATIONSAT
AT WH1TECASTLE WH1TECASTLELA WH1TECASTLELAWhltecastle LA LAWhitecastle LAWhtecastle
Whitecastle La May Iay 26 26Funher 26FunherindiCations 26Further1ndkaUons Further Furtherindications
indications of o oil Qilbave have been discover discovered ¬
ed in the vicinity Tfcinityol of Whitecastle WhitecastIeand WhitecastIeandonly and andonly andonly
only a short distance from the oil well wellwhich wellwhich Wellwhich
which was started some time ago by bylocal bYIocal bYlocal
local capitalists but never finished finishedThe finishedThe finishedThe
The new discovery Is on land belong belonging beloD beloDtng belonglug ¬
lug to Manuel anue1 Falson a farmer In Insinking Insinking InzInkin
sinking zInkin a well for water at 200 feet feeta feeteonUnualand
a continual eonUnualand and natural flow of water waterwas waferw waterwas
w was sstruck struck UCk Large arge quantities q iantlties of pe petroleum petroleum petroleum
troleum came to tothe the theSurface surface and much muchgravel muChgra muchgravel
gravel gra velandbeach and beach sa satd d WllS iras encounter encountered enco1 Ilter Ilterd
ed d > iThedr fThe Thedrfll drill l1 finally fln ly struck tru jn jz3strata jz3strataof a strata stratapf fiqataoftockvJ
pf oftockvJ rock w Jichcoijintbe fch cojldnatoe penetrated penetratedjxttax pettedLt4ux tratcd tratcdI
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STATE STATECONVICTS STATECONVICTSREMARKA CONVICTS CONVICTSREMARKABLY CONVICTSREMARKABLY
REMARKABLY REMARKA L Y GOOD SHOWING SHOWINGMADE SHOWINGMADE SHOWINGMADE
MADE IN CAMPS OF LESSEES LESSEESDURING LESSEESLC I IiLC
iLC DURING bURINGPASTYEAR bURINGPASTYEARMr PASTYEAR PASTYEARMr PAST YEAR YEARllr
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Mr S A Rawls manager for the theFlorida th thFlorida theFlorida
Florida Jfaval aval Stores and andCommisslon anCommlssionComptiny Commission CommissionCompany c cComp
Company Comp y stationed staUned atOcala at Ocala Ocalathe was wjlsIn wjlsInthe in inthe
the city dfl today on business buSln ss says the UieJacksonville th thJacksonvilJeIetropoUs theJacksonville
Jacksonville JacksonvilJeIetropoUs Metropolis The above abovecompany aboveccpauy c cc
company c rppan is the lessee of the state con convip conv convi
vip v vi Jjs 4sand sand and Mr Rawls says they now nowhave nowhave nowhave
have about 1200 of which about 12 12per 12per
per cent of them are white w itc and of the thelatter thelatter
latter only 3 are females There are areonly areOnly
40 sick and so far this year only
7 have died Out of 1800 ct convicts rivcts > last lastyear lastyear lastyear
year only 16 died This Is a most re remarkable 1emarkablO remarkablO ¬
markablO shdwlng Mr Rawls Rawlssays says be heaccounts beaccounts beaccounts
accounts fpf f t this health by good care careand careand
and not ot overworking rworking and anI ax underfeeding
of the convicts cJD cts
In Iniegatd regard to the many escapes re recently racerit1y recently ¬
cently from toe camps Mr Rawls says saysthat saysthat saysthat
that the mere fact facto ot a change changeof of les lessees lessees lossees ¬
sees and andperha perhap perbapL4es iruesand rules and regula regulations regulations regulations ¬
tions had their effect Q Dff i t upon u n the prison prisoners prisoners prisonens ¬
ers They becanrerestltes s suspicious suspiciousand
and uneasy andifo and noj nofosoem soem to wish wishto wishto wishto
to go in charge chargeofnow of onew new men He has hashowever ha3however hashowever
however told riam tn m they the were Imagin Imagining imagining ¬
ing hardships they th r might never have haveto haveto I
to encounter as astheywou1d a they would he babe be believed believed ¬ I
lieved be cared for 11T properly perly under underthe underl underltbe nuder1the
the new lessee who hO assume ssu me charge chargeJanuary eb chargeJanuary rgel
January Janual 1st next nextAuot1erhing J JAnotherTiling t
AnotherTiling Anotberhing Mr tr Rawls says that thaiprisoners thatprlson thatprison
prisoners prison Ts V S m to be more inclined to toescape toescape toescape
escape at this season of ofthe the theear year than thanat thanat thanat
at any an other time pncfe ee In the woods Wood3now woodsnow woodsnow
now they can Ifve piiyrild on Wild fruit and andprey andprey andprey
prey upon growing crops without thout being beingdetected beingdetected beingdetected
detected They also want to avoid the theihot thehot thehot
hot sun and know they cannot always alwaysdo alwa alwaysl alwaysldo s sdo
do so except by b escape escapeMr escapeMr
Mr Rawls was asked as to tie quali qualification qualIfication quailfication ¬ t
fication of the guards and he said they theywere thevwere theywere
were about as a goodas good ood as1 a could co d be 9 proj pr pro procured t
I cured for such service and that theconvicts the theconvicts theconvicts
convicts generaly took all possible a ad advantages lj ljvantages
vantages of the guards gU guardsto rdS to escape escapeThere escapeREST escapeREST
REST MADE ADE EASY EASYThere EASYThere
There Wil be Less Sleeplessness SleeplessnessWhea SleeplessnessWhen SleeplessnessWhen
When Pensacola People Learn This ThisCant ThisCant ThisCaift
Cant rest at night with a bad back backA backA backA
A lame a weak or an aching one oneDoans oneDoans oneDeans
Doans Kidney Pills are for or bad badbacks badback badbacks
backs backsThey backsrliey i iThey
They cure every form of kidney illsj illsjFrom ills iUsFrom illsFrom
From common common mmon backache back che to diabetes diabetesThey diabetTheyare diabetesThey
They Theyare are endorsedby endorSed by Pensacola Pensacolapeople PctlSacolapeople Pensacolapeople
people peopleT
T Torgensen i fisherman living at
108 South Florida FIorldaBancu Blanco street stt tsays says saysv
I I aII1 Onjoylng njoy v ng b bCtter t > r M Mhave health than I IhaTe Ihave
have had for months and I attribute attributeIt
It to Doans Kidney Kidne Pills For moro morothan morathan morethan
than two years I had difficulty wIth wlthmy wIthmy withmy I
my kidneys causing uslng me to get up soy several se seeral soyeral
eral times during the night nig1itand and which1 which1was which whichwas whichwas I
was very annoying I tried a number numberof j jpf jof
of remedies > but seemed to set no re1 re1lief r re relief 1
lief TWhetf 3Vhe I saw Deans Dolins Kidney Pills Pillsadvef Pillsadvetcd1Was I Iadvertedlwas
advertedlwas advef iSed1was J fc feligdull feelfes lmdnU dull and mis1 mis1erable mis misJ misCrable miscrable
Crable and o cul1 ula u hahdlv ha ly get around so soI soI soI
I went to Sidney Kahns Kajns drug store storeNo storeNo storeNo
No 9 South Palafor street arid aI ds dscure se secured sEcured ¬
cured cure d a bore After Aft ru using singth the e first fir S t one oneI O Ile IleI
I felt a 3 great deal eal better in every everyway everyl everylway everyway
way and by toe Cimet hne I had finished finishedthe finishedthe I
the second box J I was s cured My Myrest Myrestwas rest restwas restwas
was not disturbed JIightsand rights and the dull dullmiserable dullmiSerable dullmierable
miserable feeling feel feelrigv ngv vanished vanishedFor niShed niShedF nIhedFOr
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million cash sh bargains on ouf counters Our Ourdelivery t
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