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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: May 31, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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== PENSACOLA.. 'FLORID,!'. THURSDAY. MORNING MAY 31,1906. PRICE CENTS :.




RELATIONS OF SOUTH ENGLISH. :BATTLESHIP LIVING SOLDIERS HONOR ;Hl f




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I Associated Press boiler and Stoke- holes are AN INSPIRING SIGHT 1
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IMMENSE SAVING Twelfth Annual Gathering Con- Lundy [Island England, May 30.- flooded. Tha vessel is listed heavilyand ;
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DEMOCRATS[ OFTENNESSEE the water is ,gaining. She has I
The British battleship Montague is: r POSTS T ii' J
venes With Three Hundred lost both propellorg and her wireless! 1
ashore at Shutter Point and in a lad apparatus: .- Appropriate Exercises Oceured at kJ I

Time and position. She struck during a fog. j I. Further 'examination showed the .
In Both Money Building Present '
by The Montague is a twin screw bat; ::i injuries'more ,Severe thanat first l
the National i
[ [ [ fleship of fourteen 'thousand tone.''thought I The bottom is pierce i by i Cemetery.

at 85 ftlevel.t She struck on 5a granite cons and has rocks in siveralj: >laces 'and 'at low Secretary of Navy Will Soon Be f

ADDRESSES (DELIVERED BY ALBERT I a bad hole in her starboard bow.' water her positioowlll be very dan j>

several compartments! the engine and gerous. -' Called Upon to Fill Places- OLD SOLDIERS MARCHED I UNH, it::!:

OF ISTHMIAN WATERWAY K. SMILEY, JOHN W. FOS- i
CONSTRUCTION TOGETHER BEHIND: FLAGS: Of. 1j < _
TER AND CHAS. M. PEPPER- ATPEACE T E Oil,or Coal (for Navy? s- '

WOULD ,VASTLY DE- Immigration Commission THE CONFEDERACY AND UN. .1 :;!ij

MEANING OF PAN-AMERICAN \
VELOP SOUTHERN PORTS AND Special to The Journal. !
SOUTHERN INDUSTRIES AD. CONFERENCES: DISCUSSED. : ,for the Southern States Washington D. C., May 30.-The ADDRESSES BY PROMINENT: .' "' H'
I II [ Secretary of !the Navy will soon be .
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VANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES Temporary Chairman of Convention I i called upon to fill vacancies at throe; SPEAKERS-THE FULL' DE.'i, ..: f
important naval stations. On the retirement -
OF ,DIFFERENT TYPES OF By! Associated Prc .. Elected-Bob Taylor By Associated'Press, here June 4 and 5 to, organize the June 6 of Rear Admiral P. TAILS. V'tFS

30. The I New York May 30.-The delegates I Southern States Immigration Com- Harrington/ a new commandant for :;
Lake Mohonk N. Y., May
CANAL COMPARED. Lake Conference Arouses th.j of Vir-:I misson. The purpose1 of the; commis- the Norfolk yard will have to be selected : f.J .
twelfth annual/ -Mohonok Enthusiasm.t appointed by governors' sion, is to establish permanent headquarters will have I -1-
and commandant
on International: 'Arbitration opened : West Virginia North Carolina, a Decoration Day was observed la<, If
gnia in- 'New York to act as'a : Island ,a
be for the Mare
here with three hundred dip.lomatist3 to appointed Pensacola by the members of Sfcer-: \ \
today ,
South Carolina. Georgia Florida, Alabama clearing house for labor for the south '
? Rear Admiral B. H McCalla
By Associated Press. jurists, congressmen, cergymen yard as man Post Grand Army of the Rpub: -', :
Atlanta, May 30.-chairman T. P. and 3y Associated Prest Tennessee and some: forty or David Robinson appointed by the retires on June 19. The third vacancy lie and Camp Ward United Coated-. .i
educators editors,: philanthropists j
Shonts, of the Panama Canal Commission attending., The opening address Nashville, Tenn., 'May 30.-Th,3 fifty representatives railroads and governor of'Georgia, is acting. as temporary'secretary. I will occur in the (Bureau of Navigation erate Veterans, the closing of the : ;

was today, the guest of Atlanta I was delivered by-Albert K.'Smi Democratic state convention assembling i Industries of the south! will meet I I when Commander N. R Usher post-office all government offices and > 1
friend, and was entertained at several assumes command of the St. Lam the banks In the afternoon S F!
I memorial -
followed ( former Secretaryof
who by
ley, to-day! :heard the result of the!
Coal Oil?
functions making two formal ad-I State John W.Foster, who.'detiv-; I or exercises were held at tile' :
dpresses. The first was at the dedication : -I ered the president's address) and Chas.M. conference of the committee appoint- Impressive Tribute Paid to The question of whether or not oil National Cemetery participated In j ;

of the new building at the Agnes I Pepper Special Panricaq Commissioner ell yesterday to recommend a tem- will be a good substitution for coalas by the union and confederatesoldtets -;

Scott institute a college: for women at, ., porary chairman. W. T. Murray, a fuel for ships of the navy Is new with the garrison of the Army and I r
Decatur suburb of Atlanta and the Soldier Dead by President under consideration by,the Navy De Patriotic ''.
a Pan-American Navy. addresses comrnemoratlve ,
Mr. Pepper Special member of the commutes, read the
) subject has been referred '
second this evening before the I partment. The of the '
was I Commissioner, in-discussing! the mean- leport suggesting James, C. Bradford [ occasion were deliver --jed
comment
for.
to all the bureaus
Chamber of Commerce where he :
by eloquent speakers.
'ling of Pan-American Conferences a prominent Nashville lawyer, as a I
spoke on "Relations of the South to. their labors and results, spoke of the suitable'compromise and he was immediately -I I By Associated'Prep many thousands After the addresshe I lit is favor believed the the of bureau oil ,on chiefs boardVhip.'will Imposing Sight y':**!

the Panama Canal." He took a strong! coming conference Rio Janeiro. He elected temporary "chair Portsmouth Va., May 30.-Presi- unveiled a shaft to the dead erected not use take Into consideration The most Imposing sight ww the ]

position for a lock canal system. He' said that one result: of th's meeting man by acclamation. The conventionthen dent Roosevelt to-day: ;Joined the people by the Army anti' Navy Union. The the objections uncertainty of obtaining oil appearance of union and confederate' s

:was later: entertained at a ,banquet by I would be in the geographical knowl- completed temporary organization. of Virginia In impressive tribute The President was introduced by soldiers marching in a parade together
in all parts of the world when it be- '"
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fifty prominent citizens, and left at I edge the American people would d-! Adjournment was then taken to the soldier d ad. Under the Colonel Edwin Brown National Commander to replenish! the the federal soldiers members '

midnight for \\ashington.] The address j rive from the place in which it is to allow the credentials committee an auspices of the' Arm and Navy Un- of the Union and his address comes of necessary such fuel; the .element Of dan-supply I of Sherman Post marching behind

of Chairman Shonts before the held, and from ,the trip of Secretary opportunity: to investigate contests!, in ion he otelivered an .feddress here to was enthusiastically received. introduced! by the storjng and the the flag of the united country the ',';'
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.J ger Stars and -Stripes, and the confeder-
Chamber of Commerce in ,
was, part I,
1 Root around South America. "WJth a in the various counties. I j consumption of oil; the los,; of protection ates behind battle scarred of :
as follows: better knowledge of the geography of Governor Bob Taylor addressed the new provided to the vitals! the flag "

Chairman Shonts's Address. I( the Western Hemisphere they would convention to-night arousing much MILLION DOLLAR I FLOOD DAMAGE of a ship by the stock of coal carried the confederacy, the these Stars and Bars. -.
Inasmuch home I Forty years ago same men
as the on'y own of ;
understand why the.relation enthusiasm. The convention' then ad-
better in the bunkers and the importantand
in the world Is in Alabama, I feel] United States to the Latin-American journed until tomorrow morning ; to were fighting each other for a cause j I ,
the
expensive changes necessary
that I am in the house of my friends I from Its relatioi without action.PUTURE. EIRE CHICAGO WASHINGTON which each espoused, believing It to w
is
countries different and
when L: In the South. provide: means of transporting be right. The parade and exercises, .';
am the South to Europe. Asia 'or Africa. .. usuii: oil in place of coal. It looks a.3 yesterday'shows that all traces of I \
The relationship between iMrv Pepper said that the mere holding if the proposition would fall of adoption sectionalism have faded and J *
end the Panama Canal should be consldsrel =; of the Rio conference uld in QUEEN Associated.Press' I By Associated Press. At away
: By by the navy department naught /tout the best of feeling exists ; '
: from two points of view: itself be good not, only because It Chicago, May 30. %*lre early today Walla -Walla, Wash., May 30'-1 the same time, it is realized there between the brave men who rears i >
first, the purchase of the materialand would bring together' the representatives Heavy' damage is threatened most Investigation -
should be th.a thorough
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PROVIDED FOR destroyed the.: Armour!. and Company ago fought each other. They both ,
supplies entering into ..the .coaBiracttoc of fifteen or ;'eghteen} republics, bush- flood that. is sweeping through the i of the subject. 'A tent \twill be '
l ; elevator containing ou jmiiron Joined together yesterday: in raying ,
: ot -canal..and--:3eCOli., lint because .j>rat ticat::;nffaitsT would ...- ,. ,..,. { .city and the, adjoining country. Theowercompany'so proposed to fit out
the development of the, South's industres -I > .. '.-, \6Is-oL: faIn. The lox$**s-estimate, damabarethe made and it is honor to the heroic doaa' of both '
city
afcofollow... I from >1500,000 to fl.OOO.OQO. Four em. the Wyoming so as to permit .the Armies who fell ia. battle struggling t .
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: by reason of the opening of He described the work of tlxQ :Mexican By Associated Press. ployeea were injured, ones fatally. The is gone, cutting off, electric lights.I burning of oil aj a fue}. for the causa, each thought to be Just -, .,

the canal. conference and the pecuniary London, May 30.Under the marri- 'fire was caused by an explosion! of Two bridges have'been carried away A. W. M. and honorable. \
The present commission regards claims treaty which'was adopted there age treaty issued here today KingAl- several houses floated off and it is !
dust G. A. R's.
MeetAt
the Panama Canal as the propertyof and subsequently ratified, by the United fonso engages to secure to Princess I feared the damage in the country will .I
the United States, with the cIt! 'States government One'les30n'ot Victoria, as Princess Ena is known in be great. NOTABLE SPEECHBY noon the Grand Army of the '

zens of the United States as the stock this act'on, ha said was not to abuse Spain an annual public grant of $i0- PRESBYTERIANS' Republic and Sons of the G. A. R.
Veterans met at the office of George ".
holders. It. therefore, felt that it was the senate Indiscriminately.The 000 while both live and in the event of PRESIDENT I
SHIP WRECKED ON R. Wentworth and with band

: a
its first .
duty to provide that each '
Intention to have tle Rio conference her widowhood J50.000 annually. A'" '
marched to the court house where ,
section of should have FINALLY ADJOURNBy
our country
submit to the Second Hague private settlement was also made but
equal opportunity with all others In I Conference the Calvo doctrine as to the amount is not stated. COAST OF CHILE the United Confederate Veterans and
Sons of Veterans were met. A
parade
the sale' of all materials and supplies what extent, if any, the forcible collection ADDRESSES NEGRO AND INDIAN
of armies
the two an iiI' the Sonsof
which it produces and which will be debts is'admls3able.he '
of contractual STEAMER CAPSIZED; Associated Press
Veterans of formed
each
consumed in the construction of tai: I said, would be beneficial as an off-; SIXTY-FIVE DROWNED Richmond, Ind., :May May 30.-The By Associated Press. STUDENTS AT HAMPTON IN and marched to the dummy a station parade,

great work. With that idea in view, :set to the decision of The Hague in General assembly of United Presbyterians : Concepcion Chile :May 30-The British STITUTE.By behind the band.

the policy was adopted of requiring I I the Venezuela cases that the blockading By Associated Press. j finally adjourned tonight. Before ship Liesmore, Captain Cowell, ,

that all bids should be made on the nations were entitled' tov preferential Riga, Russia, May 30.An overloaded adjourning $&?8.675 was appropriatedfor Melbourne for Coronel is wrecked at At the Cemetery.

basis of deliveries on the Isthmus of treatment. excursion steamer capsized: various purposes. A committeewas Santa Maria. Twenty-two of the crew Arriving at the dummy station a ;

Panama so that every manufacturerin Considerable' Importance was giVen/here yesterday evening drowning named to co-c-i>rate w'th: other were drowned and only the first mate i Associated Press few minutes after 1 o'clock cars weha

each section! of the country coma: by 'M"r." Pepper \to the quest' i sdxty five of the seventy-five personson English speaking
:figure on his own cost, plus his own commercial intercourse, tbe'-Pan:"Amer- board. secure a uniform version of the Bible. caped. Roosevelt made a notable speech at crowd started the journey to the National

ra'lroad transportation, plus ocean lean Railway,national quarantines and the Hampton Institute this evening. He cemetery. The train stoppedat

transportation through his own ports.I other subjects which are included In : I II | dwelt particularly on the necessity for the big road east of the Naval f .

am glad to say that since the inauguration the program of the Rio conference. __ the development of character for white Hospital and a parade as follows! : '
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formed
of this policy, notwithstanding -; _. .. i man as well as negro, maintaining that was : .
the epidemic of yellow fever duringa ; education fits neither for citizenship Band1.' j
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large port'on of last summer, PLOT TO KILL, t Ao unless accompanied the right typeof Army and Navy Detachments. .

which practically brooked all Cult I I family life.Hundreds Army and Navy Garrisons.

ports, the volume of supplies sold by I KING I of negro and Indian stu United Confederate Veterans. ,

the Mississippi Valley and which hasgone ALFONSO : dents give the president and Mrs.. ''Sons of United Confederate Veter

out through the Gulf ports has S .Roosevelt a cordial we'come.\ ans.Sherman
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been Camp Sons of G. A. R.
steadily increasing. I
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Equal is the ANARCHrSTS MAY;ATTEMPT MURDER \" r. I Veterans. '
of
opportunity genius
NEW RECORD IN Sherman G. A. R. Post
our institutions. But equal opportunity
AS tIE. LEAVES., CHURCH On arrival inside the cemetery! the
: does not make equal men and;,
aQ R'pn troops halted and opened ranks the
'women. Equal opportunity to sell AFTER WEDDING CERE- VAULTINGBy I
li POLE
i garrkon: of the Army and Navy Union
goods; on the Isthmus will not sell the I and
the United Confederate
goods of the of MONY.
people the Mississippi
)i ; Grand Army of the Republic Veterans <,'
Valley;.It they do not rise: to the oP-, J Associated Press world's marched to the monument to the
York May 30.neW'
New
portunity and hustle to make thesa'es By Associated,Press mad today right of the grand stan Troops followed -
!record at pole vaulting was
Macawber had the opportunity: London, May-30.--The Standard t isl formed a circle aro'Ind the
at the ano:)
but didn't get of the fruit. Thcv .. by A. C. Gilbert of Yale. I
any afternoon publishes" the., announcement Irish monument. The services of th? G.I
of
say that opportunity knocks once at that a'plot! has'bean'discovered I track ans Athletic field games Club. the Gilbert j I,[ A. R. and Garrison of the Army and

every door. We have seen to it that assassinate Alfonso on'his weddingday f American bar at twelve feat three' Navy Union followed. After this the
I cleared the
It has' been and :s now knocking at as he leaves the church. Fifty \ II I salute was !fired in honor of the

the door of the South, and it is for anarchists are alleged to.be..on,the way ,. inches. read

the' South, "if sleeping to awake, if to Madrid. 'Every' precaution"-will. be I General Exercises

feasting, to arise," and meet it. i taken. PRISONER GAVE After the completion of the decora

Tremendous Possibilities.In I I tion of graves and paying tribute odf

regard to the second viewpoint: All Spain Rejoices I the part of the soldiers to their hero-l'

I believe there are 'but few who appreciate Madrid, May! 30.-All Spain, is rejoicing ,- DEPUTY THE SLIP ic dead; the general exercises com

the tremendous possibilities'which" : on the'eve of the marriage of menced.

the opening of the Panama King Alfonso -aad Princess Victoria. 11 Special to The journal. The exercises opened with! prayer

Canal\ means to all our country, and The city is aglow with, fireworks and 30.-A by Rev. Barton W. Perry D. D., fol-,
especially to the Southern States. Asan the streets are thronged.' I ChiPley.fa.y priSlnet,1 lowed by patriotic addresses delivered : .,

evidence of how some men regard The principal; events today were theking's charged with whiskey selling, esca.pjed by W. B. Sheppartf, Judge J. R.

it, I will quote a remark in my presence reception .to foreign envoys and i'ItLi'ItL- from Deputy Scroggcs Sheri! ; Wesley allowed Scrog-the; Landrum, 'John Stillman Rev. J. A.

by one of the so-called! captains the signing of the wedding contract. I gins to-day. iofo a- house for the Abbott and Howard Ru sci1. Bach,
prisoner: to go
cf) industry in this; country, one of the There were many receptions uy for of securing a bondsman 'and tpe.ker in appropriate terms referredto
men 'who have been most instrumen eign embassies tonfght including one purpose the deeds of heroism performed:
failed to r reappear: an investigation -
when he :
tal in'the internal development of this at the American! legation.VESUVIUS ., cPI4i" was made which showed that: during the late war by the soldiara
nation; one of the men who have of tbe union and confederate: forces
through
.. had escaped a
h the prisoner aalhonorable
toade our wonderful prosperity possible and paid tribute? to ootn as men

one of the men who control the iiiLIN I rear window. and upright citizens. r >
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\ ,, Miss Catherin .
greatest corporation in the South. "-: : .;: ;, The recitation by
.. : : Death Sentence! Exec ted.
Speaking of his holdings: in the Inl cc I Russia May ::3..-The death Cruti was beautiful in sentiment and
ERUPTIONBy i' t __ ___, 1j l Riga thought and expression.The .
in
!ae Coal .
:see and Iron Company, ho happy
) _, ,' i sentence was execute today on the the recipientof
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'. was
woman
laid fOUD'
: "When the Panama Canal is _

that completed, every share of.my stock in' May AssocIated'Press.30.-The north. part of ; ::: l eight Porzhitsk.murderers These of were PoliceL'eutenant the workmen effort congratulations, as she deserved upon to her be. brilliant
will Naples, }
sand company dollars." lie -be said worth the openingof a thou the main cone of Vesuvius .continues j; : i in Parliament whose behalf! interpellated! the lower house Premier, ot I Vocal! selections! were rendered by

that canal will make explosions and the eruption of ash.;$, ', Mi=s Ellen Wentworth Mrs Flinn
Birmdngham : ; 'i':,:: -:' Goremykin and demanded: a commuta- C. Pebley and "' frs. Forest
< Mrs. J.
the Pittsburg of the south, and which has extended to Capri and, Sore :, :: ;
,, : : tion of their sentences.Dr. Each was in excellent voice and were
give It the same relationship to the rento. r l! : t .
advantage.Rev.
Gulf that Pittsburg now has to the Ketchum, Dead. heard to services with .
closed the
Atlantic coast. He said the immen-1! Steamship Merger. :' f;: '/ \ i : f :Mobile May 30.Dr Goo. A. Ketchum Perry after which
benediction and prayer
Richmond Va.. May 30. It, is announced ; :
city of traffic within1forty ;
which'originates f} ; 3 : : dean of the faculty, and one of the tb,3 veterans and those who were
Dominion Steam : ,
that the Old
miles of Pittsburg which is )
and ; : best known men in this! county, died present returned to the city except '
the marvel of the world; will be duplicated ship Company today concluded negotiations Y' ; .; 'S here last night He was one of the the army officers and troops who re- *.

in the, same .territory surrounding for the.purchase of'a.very large i ,.. ,. ,- ,_ 1 organizers of the medical college of turned to the forts. .
the city of Birmingham. majority of the stock of tire Virginia! ..:" .'r: -- I Alabama and president,of the health The services were witnessed and

Mid that when he acquired his large Navigation Company- which runs I .' I board for many yeaiilIe was 81
steamboats betweeattis dty;, nd. Nor- :' ;' I (Continued on Page Tbm)
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The ingredfents of which: S.'So S. is composed, and the method of corn

bining and preparing them so that they gently and pleasantly build cp and

of ff'd *Its component parts are all wholesome. Special to The .Journal._ __ strengthen every part of the body, make it the ideal tonic for a disordere:

Syrup I It:acts'gently without unpleasant after-effects.; condition of the-system. Eveiy one feels the need of a tonic sometime
:Beulah May 30.-The much needed The system seems to get "out of gear, the appetite becomes fickle
''k is It is wholly free from objectionable substances I rain came last Saturday night 'and and 'energies are depressed sleep Is not restful or refreshing and the entire,bod th,
filled our hearts with gladness
has worn-put feeling. When the system is in this depleted
a nervous, ,
-. laxgfeet It contains the laxative principles of plants our shoes with water but nobody down condition must be aided by a tonic, and S. S. S. is recognized ran
bestfamily cared for ty was getting pr tty near everywhere
'I\V' It contains the carminative principles of plants.It 1 as dry as it does in Kansas where ,as the standard. Being made entirely; of roots, herbs and butt

contains wholesome aromatic liquids which are they say they have to soak the pigs selected for their'gentle action as well as their invigorating effect on tU
t 1 up before they will hold swill. system, it win not disagreeably affect any of the delicate members or tissues
3: is agreeable and refreshing to the taste. :lire A. J.' Malone is out in the-settlement as do most of the 'so-called tonics on the market which contain potash 01

pure. ._ trying to get up some beef some other harmful mineral :ingredient. These derange: the stomach ana

It Is gentle. '' -: V All are pure. :. cattle but they are bard to final They digestion, unfavorably affect:the bowels or otherwise damage the health,

: .tIt .: All are delicately blended. seem to keep out of sight Just when S. S. S. tones up the stomach and digestion,.i improves the appetite, produces
Is pleasant :* \; you want them. He and three men refreshing sleep, rids the bode of that tired,=n-downfeeling.: and supply

,,. ; .. .. ; All are skillfully and scientifically compounded.. have been:out one whole day and tone and vigor to the entire system., It establishes the healthy circulation
It is efficacious. ./' }!.- ;? never found a head and he has about
1 and gives better and.more
: .' ,-. .. 400 running in the woods. of the blood, acts more promptly lasting results
'" It is not expensive, ,',, .: Its value is due to our method of manufacture Last Wednesday May 23 Kizzie than any other tonic, and because of its vegetable--PPrity .i. an absolutehsafe !

tJ'' .. :' : and to the originality and simplicity of. the the little daughter: of Paul and Lulu medicine for young or old S. S. S..a admirably in cases.of dyspep.

It is good for children. : combination. Shelby was laid to rest in Beulah sia, indigestion and other stomach troubles, and.after using it that uncomfortable .

eametery. The services: were conducted feeling of fullness, dizziness or drowsiness '-after eating, are nc

t It is excellent for ladies. I'I by_\Rev. eaelby The stricken\ longer felt. Not only is S.S.S. the greatest of all tonics but-pessesses pun.

l '. To. get its beneficial effects-buy the genuine f I J parents have the sympathy of the en- lying and alterative!properties, and if there-is a taint in the blood! it win!

t It is convenient for business men. II a tire community. Her death was the promptly*eiaqveyery trace and restore perfect health, ft In selecting you!

Manufactured by l result of an'unavoidable accident, tonic for this year do not experiment but get S. S. S., th : ,
It is perfectly safe under circumstances.. she having fallen Into a pan of scald- aid THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA.stand
ing water two ;Gays previous at the
It is used by millions of families the world over. t home. of her parents in Muscogee. =


:. It stands highest, as a laxative, with physicians./ (AUFQRNI A BG SYRVP 9. from Another the Star convict Turpentine made. his Co.,escape'camp ANNUAL DIVIDENDScannot

last Tuesday without leaving a track.
If you use it you have the best laxative the Brother Shelby does not seen to be

c world San Francisco* CalL any "worse for his trip up Salt river be lost and they may be used to

produces. Louisville, Ky. New York, N. Y. but is as full of life as of old and

two years hence will be a lively reduce the premiums each year if the insuredso
FOB SALS STALL LEAD1XQ DSUGG1ST& proposition for Some body if he lives.

i. Arthur Spare and< daughter Miss chooses. A life or Endowment Policy with
Mary were the guests of (Mr. and :Mrs.

Walter Bowman last Sunday. annual dividends in the Union Central Lifeis
-- -
jglpttgasflBpOTtais... ..::.,.u_: ', ,.:..... ....: .. ."u::.. ,. Fletcher Bowman and sisters, the
Misses Laura and Lilly Bowmau,
spent part of Sunday with their the most satisfactory

:l brother Walter and wife and also attended

vate the whole distance for every Sunday school taking part In B. S. WILLIAMS, General Agent.
RELATIONS OF SOUTHTOTIftPANAMA foot of distance made !in depth. WEATHER fOR THE the exercises.
The practical question for all sections Mr. and ':Mrs.: Paul Shelby, of Mus- Thiesen\ Building. Phone 603

I of the country, and particularly COMING MON I IH coges, were the ,guests of C B. Bus
by anai: family Thursday and (Fridayof ,
I for the South, because of its: geographical '
CANAL), relationship to the Panama last week.

I Canal, is, how long shall we wait before Mr James Snowden went to Quin- +
--- we can enter upon the'period of STATISTICS FOR MONTH OF JUNE tette last Sunday on business return- w

(Continued from First Page) hour, and which will contain at tinges,, i development which the opening of the TWENTY.SIXYEAR'S. lug. the same day. who has FYOuT&keQuInine7\.
FOR THE PAST Miss Catharine Fisher,
according to the same authority, a canal will bring to the country? 1am '
interest In this property, he did SO lea assisting in the family of H. H.
current in one direction of two and not surprised that European coun
Nims of Myrtle Grove for the past It's 10 to 1 you do if you are a victimof
because ot his. abiding faith in the six-tenths miles an hour I ventureto tries should not favor the early completion '
(development of tte south, and because this three weeks Is at home for the pres- malaria. rr
say that no large ship, occupying of canal I am not surprised -
bf his confidence in the astonishing:! as large ships' will, forty per cent oi that European countries ent. She visited at the horn of D. H. Don't Do It. It's Dangerous. ; ,
k which'would The following data, covering a period !Malone of Bellview and spent a dayp.earantly '
growth take there ,
place should how much this canal
the prism through which it will pass, net care We'll admit it will cure malaria, but It leaves
of 26 years have been compned in Pensacola before she -
Hupon the opening of the Panama can navigate at that speed with that costs our government I am not surprised records at i almost deadly after effeot&BERDINE
from, the Weather Bureau .
home.R3'v.
'Canal The views of this level-headEd current, safely, under its own that European countries can came 1
and far-aeeing man are the views steam. reconcile themselves to an indefinite Pensacola. They are issued to show James Bryars will preach at \
the conditions that have prevailed, dur- church Beulah Monday -
\lOf other of most the Baptist on
many your progressive
postponement of the opening of this
.
The lock canal, on the other hand,
citizens and .development. to ing the month in question for tie night June 4 at 7:30 o'clock. Let .
9s recommendmed by the 'minority of great waterway. They are neither above of but must not be out to hire _
!which fce looks forward as regards payIng the bills, nor are their com- period years there be a good turn greet I)
STenaessee coal and iron is only an the consulting board, and indorsed by merce and Industries injured by waiting construed as a forecast of the weather for he Is our old pastor and servedus ia purely vegetable and absolutely guaranteed

index of what will take place in all our commission, will have thirty-five for the completion of this undertakin'g. conditions for the coming: month: faithfully and well (for two years. to cure malaria, sick headache, biliousness
the industries located within miles of free lake navigation so that Month June for 26 Years. and all stomach,kidney and liver complaints.
your But I am surprised that those ;
the difference in time of putting
Temperature Mean or normal tem Given to Die.
border But gentlemen between up
who are supposed to represent the TRY IT TO-DAY.
large ships through the locks will be
80 The warmest
the time O!. selling your supplies best interests of the American perature degrees. B. Spiegel 1204 N, Virginia St.,
more than offset by their speed people
month was that of 1881, with an aver 50 Cents a. Bottle. All Druggists.
which wUl enter into the coastI'QC'tion
should try to throw obstacles In Evansville Ind., w.,1tes'for- r
through the lake portion of their trip,
of 82 degrees. fThe coldest month t
of this canal and the period when which is more than two-thirds of the the way of realizing the benefits: of' age five years.I was troubled. with kidney
1' that of 1903, Tv-ith an average of
was
tap opening of the ca.uawill resultin entire length of the canal.In this great work at the earliest possible and bladder affections which causedme ALL DEALERS.
76 The highest temperaturewas
degrees.!
the development of your country, date. When we can get a better much pain and worry. I lost fles'n .
regard to the capacity, no man
101 degrees on June 30, 1894. The .
is fixed. How and wide -
a gulf great ---- --- --- --
can estimate with any degree of accuracy -canal for less money and receive the and was all run down, and a year ago -
lowest temperature was 55 degrees on
that gulf ia, will depend on the type the volume of tonnage which benefits ourselves, why wait; why June 1 1889.Precipitation. had to abandon work entirely, I had
of canal selected. The present commission will go through the Panama Canal make it a heritage our children, three of the best physicians who did
e rain melted
believes that the type of The with the possibility of their being 'deprived ( or snow) me no good and I was practically given i and cool
only guide we can have is the -Average for the month, 4.94 inches. think' of snow capped mountains pure, bubbling
canal the pepple of this country want traffic of the Suez Canal. Taking the of its benefits through some up to. die. Foley's Kidney Cure:' you
is the one which will provide adequate development of the traffic in the Suez unforeseen contingency! 'I 'have Average number 5f days with .01 of an was recommended and the first bottle'I brooks with. the zest of.Bohemian Hops added, when you

and! safe passage for the'largest during the'thlrtydiveyears of Its 'existence spoken of a'gulL Now, howwid "that inch or more, 10.The, greatest monthly gave rice great'reliet, and. after taking]

vessel on. the SEas, and which! can as a basis, and continuingthe gulf shall be depends on the people. precipitation 'was 14.11: inches in the second bottle I was entirely cured -' drink! A. B. C BOHEMIAN BOTTLED BEER
1887. The least monthly precipitat'.onwas
be constructed in the quickest time .same ratio of increase until the Do you want to reap the benefit of ." For sale by W. A. D'AlembertaWEATHER
>nd at the least cost The commlaelon's year 2000 the volume of traffic passing this undertaking yourselves, or do 0.27 inches in: ISO!. The greatestamou'nt '- THE PURITY OF A. B., C, IS THE A.-B. C. OF PURITY.

I r recommendation, in, other through that canal will be in that you want to transmit a hope of it to of precipitation recorded; in r '" N'S'I tIN
words has been the ideathat any 24 consecutive hours was 10.70
based on year, in round numbers 42,500,000tons your children, or your chilJ.renchll.. WESTERN FLORIDA,
I inches on 28th and 29tht 1887. ,
what the people want is the near dren? !
; or, estimating that the Panama aror
by practical, rather than the remote Canal if Clouds and W t Average number WHY WE CALL IT
constructed on the plans j:
ideal It has therefore recommended of clear days, 10; partly cloudy
which this of
commission has recommended The report the climatological
Not If Rich days, 14 cloudy days 6.
the construction of an eighty-five foot as as Rockefeller. ;
will be open for traffic in servica of the United States Weather
level lock canal, for the reasons that, 1316, and .estimating that the, volumeof If you had all the weatl1 of Rockefeller been Wnnd-The| from the prevailing southwest winds The have Bureau, Florida section, contains, the A. B. C0BOHEMIAN
first in average
its Judgment it be -
completed
can
traffic passing through it the first the Standard Oil magnate, you following relative to weather in
hourly velocity of the wind Is 9.1
for half the cost
about in
and year will amount to 5,000,000 tons could not buy a better medicine for Tie West [Florida' for the week ending
I nhalf the time of the so-called sea- (which is the best guess that experts bowel complaint than Ch niberlain'sColle miles. highest.' velocity of thewlndwa.s May 26:
:level canal 48 mile from the southweston
second
because it will
; have been able Cholera and Diarrhoea Brent iEscambia-The week V
make
te for the to ), and apply- Remedy.The June 27 1888.FRATERNAL was
adequate all ,
commerce
ing the same ratio of increase to that most eminent physician can not showery-Thos. McMillan.
which can reasonably be expected to traffic which experience has shownto prescribe a better preparation for colic Bush, Washington-The week was >
eeek that route during the next two have developed in the Suez the and diarrhoea, both for children SO'CIETYESTABL'ISIHED cloudy, with occasional showers... J.
J.4iundredyear!: third because if the volume in and adults. The ,uniform AGENCY HERE W. 'Bush
the year 2000 will have success of ..
:tonnage should increase beyond such reached 32,500,000 tons. The estimated this remedy has shown it to be su-' -- Cook, Wahington-1'be! weatherwas Because we go to Bohemia every

expectation, It can be enlarged more j capacity of the lock canal, as parlor to all oth rs. It never falls,I One of the best fraternal societiesin dry throughout the week.-J. J. year and obtain our supply of
cheaply and more quickly than the!I the country, The Modern Workmen Fowler.

.so-called sea level canal; fourth, because 50,000,000 recommended tons( 'per our annum.commission Unless is and sweetened when, is reduced pleasant with to take.water Every fond! of the World has recently established: //Grefriwoodj Jlackson-TTie week Hops from the best hop producing

from the operating point ofjview the development of the population of family should be supplied with It 1 an agency In our city. This society Was partly cloudy, with some rain- district of that little country
large ships can be put through I the Sold furnishes first class protection in case w :H. Taylor
world
changes the basis of by all druggist.
our which the finest
jmore safely and more quickly than I estimates the' I of sickness accident or death at rea- Molino Escambia-The week was grows qualityof
type of canal rec-
;through the sea-level;: fifth: because I ommend will beV adequate for we all, sonable rate. Old Age Benefits, Paid partly cloudy, with 0.65 Insnes of hops in all the world. We i
When: the interest on the difference business that be CLOSING OUR STOCK OF Up Certificates, and Cash Wflthdraw- rain. The highest and lowest temperatures 4'
may thrown upon It. $3.50 Canada for the best
: ,cost of operating the saving to the years. $2.89. WM. JOHNSON & SON. 2tWon society. A local assembly is to be -Wm. H. Trimmer. Barley grown in all the world..
Depth of Water. ,
government every year will be J2-. organized In Pensacola as soon as pos. Pensacola, Escambia-The week We only the best material
40,000.. /By simply raising the sides of our sible. For further information call on was cloudy! with 0.63, Inches of rain. use N-,
Types Of Canal. spillways and increasing the depth of ( the organizer Henry R. Wentworth The highest and lowest temperatures in brewing xI

The' stalled ea-level canal Is seep our locks, we can increase the depthof y Filling. 323 W. Zarragossa: .street, of this City: were 83 and 63 degrees,.. respectively.

narrow, tortuous gorge, through water in the canal so as to take "What books have benefited you -Wl F. Reed, Jr,
f frbich large ships cannot pass, even care of still larger vessels than the most?" the young reporter inquired of Silk:, Jackson-The week was V A. 'B'. C. BEERS

wording to the estimate of the men forty-foot ships, provided for in our the fabulously rich man. cloudy with v, ry little rain-W. 0. ST.tO'JlS.
ho recommend that type of canal, present estimate: whereas, in a sea- "Law books," the Croesus promptly IN THOUSANDSof Sollis.

tt"t :a greater speed than four miles an 'level canal you would, have to exca-, replied. "My father Intended me for Wausau Washington-The week

I- a lawyer. but I failed- to pass mv or.amination Homes was cloudy. 0.45 inches of rain fell THE only Beer {bottled EXCLUSIVLY at the Brewery in
.
,I millions."-, Cleveland and now Leader.I'm worth"fi t-1 Hostet;er's Stomach Bitters is regarded on the 24th.-Curtis Jonea. St. Louis. "Therefore only Beer whose PURITY can be

._ .. as the best and safest
----- medicine QENUINE IMPORTED PANAMA absolutely GUARANTEED.
Ania' Earn. for ordinary famlly'uses.. Past experIence -
HATS AT THE M. & 0. CLOTHING
Ants' eggs are considered a choice with It has won their confidenceand STORE $3.50 WORTH $5.00. H.GOLDRIHG Distributer PEfiSSCOU
BllndHeadache ix dish in some countries. They are as a result their medicine chest : ,

spread upon a slice of bread and but always contains a bottle

ter, and sauces considered excellentare
M. 0. BAGGETT IS
"About a year ago," writes Mrs. Mattie Allen, of made with them. They are esteemed tv Hosteller's

1123 Broadway, Augusta, Ga., "I I suffered with aa a costly food IIi Slam, with- VERY CONFIDENTSAYS
in the reach onlof well to do people. Stomach
blind, sick headaches and backaches, and could get They are the object of an important

.,po relief until I triedWINE trade in some countries of northern

Europe where they are cooked in boiling Bitters COUNTRY PEOPLE ARC:: :

water and yield a kind.ef Vinegar gMAJ is k
very deserving GREATLY (INTERESTED IN
formic acid.
i or of this honor, for
)
e :
C.ARDUI during its 53 LEGISLATIVE CONTEST.
'
VY .Jnt a. Bad., years' experience ; ,
'A clergyman asked the choir leader, it has never fail _

"Corft you do something to arouse the ed in cases of
OFWoman's Interest of the men.in the choir Mr O. Baggstt: who made such a
Sick Headache, fine run for the legislature in the last
"Yes said the leader "I could puta .
ReliefI primary, standing second only to
!
widow in it, but then ail the Poor Appetite,
women
Y Charles M. Coston and who is: now
would lose interest.-Kansas tl Nausea Cramps itching Scabby Skin Bone Pains Swellings
City ,
in the second primary 'race, was. in : ,
I immediately commenced to improve and Star. -
Indigestion, the city yesterday 'I Ifytra&are&ches beaus all Scabs,Scales,Eruptions,watr1

now I feel like a new woman,'and wish to Bight ,Dyspepsia, Mr. Baggett says he has no doubt ... and back pains and la bones,, ifli'Mrs, by g gpurehealthybiaw taBnppnratlnj

recommend it,to all sick,,women for I IWRrrE "I know one place where a. man's t Constipation, whatever but that he will 'be nominated i 4+f- Itching, Scabby Jointi pana.CANCER'.
though he regrets the necessityfor SUiu Blood'feels
.know it will cure them,:as it did me." good name doesn't count" I Malarial Fever. a, second race. hot-SwoUen Glj&ndt! ,
"Where that be?" 74 bottle will and Btimpaon
can One
Ctf dui is medicinal extract of V I thesbo.e' Skin Mucn
US Pure, There are. three .candidates in the .
"On aa umbrella. its merit. Tice Patches Sores, Tsmorsngly
"American Spec- prove : pictures in Mouth, ?
vegetable herbs,which relieves tator. Try it today. second primary and two places to taoww iZ7sol8iood 8or. Throat :Pim Dicers. .;BEating ls the s"ri'
FREELY fill. Chas. JL Coston who lacked Balm rildo.1r1rl'lI c ples.Copper-Cclorad or worst caneer perfectly. II you na.e a
ftM frankly, describing female pains, regulates female but nine votes of having a'majority blood pure and tich. Boots,all run dovn.Uleenon oi. persistent :Pimple Swellings they, etln will*art-:-rainstakeBlgodend

:7OU?dl'llPtoms. Wevlll functionstonesuptheorgans ..b She Had Heard It. I over his five opponents is practically body, Eiirpr Eyebrows Jailing any out part,taker appear before they; develop Into Cacesfc
co and girey Kindergarten Teacher--What animal GENT FEES toU certain nomination, and the contest Botaalo Blood Balm (B.B.B.) Upl"3'
; free a4vk4 (1ft 1'l4f1uealed> to a proper state t of h ea I t h. |II called the king of.beasts? Scholar- Dr Weollef$;users of morphine, for the place is therefore between BottBlc Blood Balm;. Guaranteed ant and safe to take. Thoroughly (

; envelope). Doq't eiltate, but Try 'it for your trouble. Fa when ma's mad! PAINLESS elixir opium of laudinnnv opium.eocaineorwhiskey.a- Mr. Baggett'and Mitch !tfacoby. cuei.to ear H the alB wont all sores and most all deep aches seated andcalm Ia for 80 redlents years.. Composed Strengthens of Pure Weak BotaaJ Stofflachs -

-WrIte today. Address lsdles' Advisory .. :Mr. Baggett ,says, Respite: the small ,reduces all swellings ,makes blood cures Dyspepsia. Price 81 per
Dept, The Outtaoooga Modi- Eve drngst sells it ,The custom and Urge book of par number.of candidates he expects a pore and rich, changing. the body >luto a, large bottle. Take as directed. If not,
; .. fashion of today. will, U P Iii Uculirsoaaomeorsanatorium boalthy condition.. cured whea right quantity Is taken
.. | $1.00 ttlCS. vote to be polled In the W
dnCo.Chttano8cttT fl good Free
be the awkwardness and outrage of.to- tre> country old tbeunatls*. Catarrh;Eczema, Scn<? money refunded. Sample Sent
,Ga
ment.da'ti9Dr.B. precincts as the 'people there are writing Blood Balm Co.,Atlanta Df
1 morrow. So arbitrary are these transient AND H. WOQLLEI, are caused by Poison In the Blood. 1;?,B.B Mrtfce your tronble,and special tree medical
laws. Dumas. IMN.PrjorSt.Gecrzia. greatly interested in the result especially tops Hawking and SpittIng, Itching and advice to suit your cat, also tssn&a
nuihk1 Cure ,- -. ,_ in:, the legislative raeq &ratcbiact cores Rheumatism.f ,Catarrh- ; sealed ,., _




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THE PENS'ACOLA- JOURNAL. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 3f, ,, 1906 PAGE THREE
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Stout men reduced FIVE[ GRADUATES T[ THE : < : BANKRUPT CASEAGREEMENT [ A Dandcrine i ";



15 pounds in looks ,



W [ERE GIVEN I [ N SENSE {ii SETTLED[ [ IT f t


by our Stein-Bloch x GREW MISS LEWIS' HAIR '

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DIPLOMAS S [[ [ .. < AND WE CAN


clothes designedfor OF IT : < i' : PROVE IT : .< ,:



their needs.; The Great DanderlM. !Never Fails to Produce the Desired Results '
Magnificent Audience Present at t Famous Case of fE. E. Stephens 4

MISS Lewis' hair 4s very thin and it was less than two feet in length when

Label Stands the Convent School Commencement Co. Finally Stricken she began using Danderine. She her hair and
this for. 51 Years We buy as low as we can- says scalp are now k_'ly

:. : of Knowing How = Last Night that's business! sense. We sell from Docket.t teeming with new life and vigor. ,.
That's the main secret of this great remedy's success as a hair. grower. It es o ,

as low as we 'can-that's prog- livens invigorates and fairly electrifies the hair glands and tissues of tie

ressive sense. You buy. as low \ scalp, causing unusual and unheard-of activity on the of these
DELIVERED part two t
BISHOP/ ALLEN; OF MOBILE The bankruptcy case of E. E. Stephens most important t '

as you can-that's common of Marianna resulting in a strenuous and continuous growth ;i' \
& Company, which
AN ELOQUENT .
COM- of the hair. t r
sense You buy of us--that's has been in the federal court for some )
MENCEMENT 'ADDRESS AND The following is a reproduction of Miss Lewis' last letter:
dollars and cents for both of"us. time was settled yesterday by agreement

''DISTRIBUTED THE DIPLOMAS of all interested parties, and the January 3, 1905.

approved by Judge Swayne. g Dear Doctor Knowlton %
agreement :-
AND
PRIZES-EXERCISES' WEREA White
& NixOUTFITTERS The bankrupts: according to the You know 1 told you m my first letter that my hair would

SUCCESS IN EVERY WAY. terms of the settlement, have so far not reach much' below my shoulders, and that all of it together
I 1 i only made one'tiny braid.
and is In every coat paid $4,100 to creditors and there is I
am sending you my photograph,which 1 had taken at Steven
Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back in the hands: of the court still $1,900. Bros. It tells-the whole story better than I can tell it.

The annual commencement of the PHONE 790.. This money is to so remain for thirty Everybody I know is using Dander, so you see I am doing )

Come in to see our new Convent school took'place at the Pen- something to show my appreciation.
-
allowing creditors an
Next to New Brent days, opportunityto 0
sacola Opera Houseast night and Building Sincerely yours, (Miss) EVA LEWIS.
arrivals. make claim for the portion, after the .
was witnesses) by an 'audience that: 29 S. PALAFOX ST.
costs of court are paid, and if not done
taxed the seating of the
capacity play
within the 'stated t'me the amount Danderine makes the scalp healthy. and fertile and keeps!it

$$15.00 to .$25.00 hours.: BRIDAL TROUSSEAU over the costs; to revert to tie bank- so. It is the greatest scalp fertilizer and therefore the greatest
Bishop Allen of Mobile ws present
rupts. hair-producing, remedy the world has ever known,

faad delivered' the diplomas to the W. W. }tourney: of DeFun'ak! and It is 6 natural food and a wholesome medicine for both the hair
graduates and dstr! ted. nrizes OF FUTURE QUEEN Yw -
and
W. B. Farley, of :Marianna represented : scalp.; Even a 25c bottle of it will put more
among the pupils. The distinguished 133 genuine life in hair than
I the trustee, wMle.,Robert J. Boone -w your a gallon of
prelate delivered the commencement I '
in behalf of .the petitioner -- any other hair tonic ever made. It shows
address in which he dwelt upon the DESCRIPTION OF SOME' OF THE appeared results from the start.
I W. H. Wafs'on represented' the very
and
future in store for all in 'an eloquent I
SAFES SAFES SAFES! SAFES BEAUTIFUL GOWNS OF KING I bankrupts. The settlement of the case; mo'' NOW at all druggists In three stee,

manner.. w--::,. ; f 25 cents,50 cents and$t.per bottle ..
.1
Buy Diebold Safes. ALPHONSO'S BRIDE. is looked upon as a victory for Messrs.;
The five graduates Misses: Maggie "
I 'n.fie C K To show now quickly Danderine acts we Kill lens
Scarritt Moreno Agent. Mae Hatton Maggie McHugh Louise Flourey and Farley, who acted ia be FR E *large sample tree by return mall to any one who
Madrid, May 30.-Except the wed trustee who acts all e Bends this advertisement to the
Biebighauser, Leona De La Rua and half of the for :
ding dross, all the bridal trousseauof i : Latest Photograph of MISS EVA LEWIS deriDe Co.,Chicagowitti their name and ftddresg i cod jo Coats
Eva Gonzalez! were enthusiastically: creditors. f 2572 Hamilton Avenue Chicago surer or stamps to pay postage
robes i
received by the magnificent 'an .'ienc.3 cloaks evening and tea A"L ___ ___ -h..
--- ----- -- .
gowns, petticoats and und:r1inen; of i
Matthews'Shaving Parlor .as they, Ilada.their.. ',appearance on Criminal Court
the stage. The graduates attendee the future Queen of Spain was madein
8 E.Government, ned 10 Western Union. the convent from" their'childhood! London where many of the dresses Judge Beggs sentenced prisoners in Do Yon Want TheBEST I WOOD
have been on exhIbiton. Some of the crimnal court jesterday. f LOCKINRT! I
ALL WHITE BARBERS days and their entire education was
the articles of this queenly trouseauare John O'Dane, a nsgro, who for years '
secured within the walls of the veil
PROMPT AND COURTEOUS ATTENTION.
described as follows: commanded tee respect of all who AND ,.
known insti--
1 and popular educational
A dainty dress of white mousselinede knew him was sentenced to serve

tution. soie flowered with miniature seven years in the penitentiary for Special to The Journal.
COTTRELL, :Miss Maggie May Hattondeliveredthe Lockhart, Ala., (Camp No. 1.) May COALOak
ros S. A morning gown is of fine breaking and entering with intent to
FINE, salutatory and the young graduate -
PHOTOGRAPHS. somewhat modified
30.The weather was
spotted lawn over palest blue, 'inset commit a felony and of assault: w th in-
performed the task assigned her
Pensacola. Fla. with Yalencinnes laces A beautiful tent to commit murder. Officers and by rains Saturday and Sunday.
in a most acceptable ana pleasing Robt Gallagher returned from and pine wood, in any size. Ali:
: Princess robe is in spotted lawn citizens testified to the previous good Capt.
manner. The valedictory was by' the grades of coal for sale. We are
I New York and other northern points now
made to wear over many different character of the accused, but the court
DIAMONDSSomething class of '06 and dealt with the past fishing located at Ocosta & Co.'s old stand.
; I I
.- colored slipj. A charming pale blue imposed the sentence named. TackleI;1 Sunday last, after a two. week's va
and future. I
present vIMx.
Neat
and New In
Them I
cation.
China silk robe is
Empire morning George Hudson a negro entered ai
W. A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S, Palafox SL be The desired exercises and showed were that all that the pupils could fastened in front with blue rosettes plea of guilty to assault to murder and I I I I E. J. Fayer is visiting.: Florala E. G. SEWELL & CO..

had been thoroughly drilled in :and ends. Another morning gown is I was assessed $25 or three months in Tennis, Golf, Baseball and Athletic,this week. .
e\-er/ I 1 j I Steve Laureman, our popular cook, Phones 164 and 363.
of white lawn over pale blue, insertedat
TURTON
& BELL. task assigned to them. -The drills jail.Marie Goods, the best Phonographs and records Pensacola Mobile
talks of visiting and
equal distances with Valenciennes Moore and another member of .I
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. and musical numbers were extremely the best Dog Medicine, the best New Orleans next week: We will all ,
lace. A smart morning gown is com- the Ham race were fined ?23; for immoral I 1
,Kodak Supplies. Fln'shlng!' for Amateurs.R. pleasing and were the cause of:the, Posed entirely of English embroidery! conduct. Bicycles, the best Tires, the best miss Steve and his smiles.

participants applause in from each the being; spectators rewardedwith in a very open work design. FrankJackson, tried '!'R the city Typewriters, the best Lock and Key i ii I *Mr. Leiws May, our popular night- Marine Grocery Co..

K. WHITE, There wer three tableaux and each .i Among the simple nay' gowns are court on a charge cf car yin.; con-i Fitting, best Trunk Repairing, best watchman, contemplatesa.: trip to Pen-
The sacola next week. 604, 606 608. 610 S. Palafox St.
of linen.
Watchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler, and Graduate evoked l genuine enthusiasm from all many composed cealed weapons and-acquitted, was ad. I I
and not least
Gas Lamp, last, but the
The Journal's representatives .
Two of Phone 725.V.J.VML
bodices in instances made :
,30 S. many are and fin-
Optician Palafox Street Pensacola. Fla. parts of the house, so realistic did judged guilty by Judge Beggs /
best Roller Skates? visiting: us a few days ago.
after the American blouse style withtouches were
ed and
$100 costs.
fact
the scenes s3em. In everything Manager.
of red blue All the boys read The Journal now. ,
and embroMery.One Why so to
After lecture parents
the % delivering to ,
pertaining to affair reflected a
great of the many dressing jackets is Mr. W. U. Porter visited Lockhartand We will sell for ten days at len
Tersely Told credit on all. relative to a fight between offspringsof
made of blue ,white Florala Sunday lat. than cost:
the palest and
each the court adjourned.
The Convent School, the good sisters
Zenana edged with quaint silk em- f. B. BRUCE No. 2 Mackerel, 2 for 15c.
pupils and all who had any- -
Smoked Halibut fine
( 10o
very )
.broidery. A handsome day dress s .
thing. do with the- commencement ; Munici al TCourt.Recorder .
The .composed Ivory crepe de''Chin.?, PENSACOLA FLORIDA LIVING SOLDIERS per pound. '
maximum temperature yesterday ,
exercises last evening are to be Pro Tem Jerry J. :Sullivan, Blood Red Salmon, lOc per lb.
the bodice wi tthe! finest
arranged !
wa oO degress at 2:10 m.,
p. and congratulated upon the success Jr., officiated in the'mun'cjpal tribu- Holland Herring (in kits) 60c
per
t1. Guipure lace and< tucked of
minimum 65 degrees at 4 a. m. achieved, and many were th.3 predic squares I yesterday morning. He had a total
tions of a bright and successful ses- crepe d,3 Chine the centres of which I cf eighteen face bin and SUPT. "OllOWAYHIGtil HONOR MEMORY kit.Kaiser
Charles Hale, well known to all citizens are delicately embroidered with colored prisoners to Herring (in tins) 43c pet
sion for the school the next
during
lof the number adjudged eleven guilty, tin.
of Pensacola, it is stated, will rosebuds and set togcthtr withInsertion

leave today for Guatemala. :Mr.Hale term."Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam," is the ; of Valenc.3na3s! iace.; A 'discharged three, continued three Y PLEASEDSTATE OF HEROIC DEAD Salacine Sausage (imported) 250

is well versed in naval affairs. Simp'e! frock Is of the palest pink and cases and turned one prisoner over to per pound.
06 class motto.EXCURSION white flowered voile, with Valen the county and assessed $47 in fines We have a fresh stock of imported

Citizens if hear and'costs.CHARGES. Maccaroni, Spagetti, Italian Tomato
they roars today, ciennes lace. Another day dress is (Continued from First Pa'ge)
BY THE .
need not be worried. It Is understoodthat of pal,? pink and< white satin foulard: SUPERINTENDENT OF Paste, Greek Black Olives, Artichokes

the 16-inch Suns at Fort Pickens HIGH. SCHOOL FRIDAY in a small design. Another beautiful I heard by a large audience antf the Navy Bread, Pilot Bread, Italian HardTack

will be tested today.; visiting dress is of fine white Valon- AGAINST 1 PUBLIC INSTRUCTION INSPECTED closest attention 'was paia' throughout. Boston Brown Bread. French!
There will be an excursion on the
Russian Caviar and
Bread, imported
The cIenne lace and ivory-co'orcd cloth. Never before has a more successful
Foreign Mission of the Palafox :Monarch FridaynIght for'the benefitof PENSACOLA French and Italian Sweet Oils
Methodist church will meet this afternoon the athletic association of the High Among the many tea gowns 13 a CO'MDR. GARST observance of Decoration Day We carry the only full line of Fran.
in t than
taken place IPprsacola
beautiful of palest mousiel- ever
one pink SCHOOLS WITHGRATIFYING
at the church at 3:30: o'clock 'School. The boys have been working cis Leggett's and Dodson and.Brown's
Those who ;had' the arrangements -,
inc sol made in the : 'le. yesterday.
de Empire .\
s
and
a full attendance is desired as hard for their association: and the zeal; Another is RE. in charge 4eerve) credit I canned goods in the city. Gulf City
a pale yellow EmpireS
important matters are scheduled for which they show In these undertake Coffee Co.'s "Oaxaca" Gold Standard
S ve'ivui. I with whit Imon-le-sui.i. COURT OF INQUIRY NOW SIT for the manner in which affairs were
consideration ings is only a forerunner of what they '' SULTS.W Daybreak, Diamond Blend and Gol.
he bell sleeves are pale yellow arranged.
large
General will do when they get. out on the fieldsof TING TO INVESTIGATE THERHODE den Rio Coffee for sale. They are ail
,
Manager J. W. Leadley of ribbon-; threaded through envb.oidery. --
business life. high grades and give perfect satlsfac : ,
the Pensacola Electric Terminal Company The association has been very suc- There is a hiaJsom0 evening ISLAND ACCI- The Cadi's AVUdom. tion. t
returned : coat of pale biscuit-colored faced .M.: Holloway, !State Superintendent -
yesterday from Savan J .
There is current the '
cessful its efforts heretofore and the a story among
nah. Mrs Leadley accompani3j. him cloth.' with a hood composed of Val DENT. of Public Instruction leaves this :
credit: of this: success 'should in no Persians which sets forth the disclosing -
to Pensacola and for the enciennes lace, dyed to match the
present, Mr. small measure be attributed to the morning fQr Tallahassee after having power of wisdom, whereby a wise
and Mrs. coth.: Amc.ng the evenla; gowns Is a
Leadley the
an at Escambia
work of the of the Hfgh School in Pensacola in-. RACES !
girls spent two days pcl.- man uncovers the thing that is hidden.
Hotel hort waisted of
,! onC pale masse moub-
D.
Washington C. May 30.-Ne-
There will be music and those who I F I A'certain
seline. Another Empire evening giect and failure to exercise! ing the city's schools. cadi; or magistrate, was

The many friends of Percy S. care to dance will: have opportunityto gown is cf white silk mousse'.lnc: I to lay a course with which propercare to When '&'?n by a Journal reported]I: called upon to decide a.: curious case.

Hayes, who has been confined to his do so.Bathing. flowered all over with, tiny cluster York Va. to the to the condition in A woman was claimed by two men as
home pass Spit, or change and asked as 1 '
sickness for is in and this
by several! weeks. season now of pink roses. I tv"ifeone a peasant the other a mirza,
in time: to avoid the accident
course
; found the schools Superintendent -! Park
were pleases ye-terday to see him excursion w'll! offer an opportunity to which he Kupfrian's
Tha under'inen !is made of the finest failure to allow for the set and drift or scribe. Each of the two men sworeto
out again. He"is much improved but brave the briny waves of the gu'f.. Holloway remarked with i
ninon trimmed with real Valen : ,
of the current; failure to reduce the truth of his claim. The woman
it
will still he a week or more be- -------- ciennes lace and fine embroidery.Tiie i speed in order to take soundings; neglect peasure, that while he has inspected1 for some reason was silent The cadi,
fore he can'resu'me work.A initials' of the Royal bride surmounted nearly all of the schools in the state, FRIDAY JUNE 1 st
as commanding officers in laying unable to evidence which{
...+...............++ to those get any cor-
: bv the Spanisa Crown he has fount' none superior
special meeting of the Board: of ar-9.. the cocra?. : I roborated the claim of. either of the

Safety was held yesterday afternoon norkec i on all the garments. I The above are tie charges' against of Pensacola. .I,. men, ordered the woman to remain for BENEFIT

to take up the request of Chief Bickerof I i Commander IPerry\ Garst for the Superintendent Holloway spoke schoolwork enthusiastically I a time with his own wives. The next
the
the fire department for a leave of grounding of the Rhode Island at concerning i San Francisco Relief
MAYOR CALLS A and said the present day he handed her over to the scribe
absence, 9 York Va. in Florida
account of Illness. After' Spit, early this month. )1 be
:
and ordered the peasantto severely
scholastic term had been highly sUe
hearing Chief Bicker, the Board ranted The Rhode Island is at Hampton
him fifteen days leave commenc SPECIAL MEETINGCOUNCIL Roads, Va., and the court of inquiry cessful. Parents as ,a rule! are their wide I' bastinadoed-that IB, beaten on the Fund.

lag June 1. During the absence of .. which wPl try Commander Garst is awake a schildren to the education of soles of his feet Then the 'woman
and are liberal and prompt broke silence for the first time and
Chief Bicker now in session: on board.
Assitant
Clef D'Alem- Y Y I for this ,! 1-Free for all, 3-minute class, w1t>y
serte will be at the head of A. W. M in the payment of taxes pur- praised the just judge. :The spectatorsalso
tha
deortttenL
: t ASKED TO CONSIDERTHE pos The school are being intelligently l-I applauded the justice of the cadi!, entries by Chas. Ryan, R. Lang-

: supervised_ by earnest and but failed to see the grounds of his. ford and Willie Connors.

The commencement exercises at the .t.J' REQUEST FOR CHAIRMAN PENALTIES BEING PUT CN competent superintendents.Mr. judgment | 2-entlemen's'road race, 2 entries.

Creole school and St Joseph's school, DELINQUENT TAX PAYERS Holloway expressed surpriseand "I: told her to milk a cow: ," said the 3-Free for all, with two cracker-JacK .
which were originally scheduled for t REQUEST FOR RESIGNATIONOF \ p':'asure at the great progress
she could not Then handIng
cadi! "and entries.
,
June 7 and 8, will take place oday. : Commencing June 1, an additional Pensacola has made since his last I
at ZELIUS.Mayor ber case; I told her to
CHAIRMAN ; my writing iRunning( race, 2 entries.
The Creole school! exercises will start rate of three-quarters of one cent w'll: visit! ; here two years ago. j I
this! afternoon 4:30: o'clock and St. : The greatest; enemies'of fowls. : be put pn all uncol'ected 'city tax- s. put it in order. She took the silver !! Races will be called at 2:30 p, m. r'i

Joseph's school at 7:30 o'clock this I. are .ml t es. They hide: !in the On June 15, an additional penalty of JUST RECEIVED 100 GENUINEIMPORTED spoon and replenished; inkstand.

evening. The exercises promise to be cracks and crevices of the roosts J familiar with Bliss conditions as antic'pated has ,called by these an- 10(; per cent will be placed making in PANAMA HATS AT THE|, Only the wife of a min who could ADMISSION 50c r

interesting, as great preparations nave andhouses and at night attack 4 other special session of the c ty al! 13% par cent that must be paidon M. & 0. CLOTHING STORE; $3.501) write would have done this correctly:

been made for the event ,by the pupils the fowls' in' countless 'numbers -T cil. The meeting is called for COUI\-I all taxes then paid and thereafterThe WORTH $5.00. j I hence my decision." Ladies Free.

BishopAllen will be present with local bite_ through the skin and evening at 7:30 o'clock. The official rate commencing: to-morrow will- j w--- __ ----.d.
Priests and : suck the life blood cf the flock. be 3g i per cent
visiting :
priests from Mo- :
bile call is as fol'ows: .', ,.....,.....,,.;. .-'C -- <" "' r ,- + __>-' ..V"ii.1 ;...
,
There wit be a special mee.ing bf ,,,-:- .....;... $ .._ .. __ _- : .' {t -"_ ._ '5?F
:', CONKEY'SLICE : the city council Thursday, May 31st, MRS' MARY GREGOViCH;

The "Blue Ribbon Flavor" arouses : 1906, at 7:30: p. m.. transact. unfin-

the lagging appetite. Ask your grocer : ished business and to take further act'on Montana How THE SOUTHERN HOTEL.MRS.
I Of I Tells !
for : IFtiiJipsburg} .
Blue -
Ribbon .
Lemon
Ia. and Vani- : !] in regard to the investigation of She Was Cured of Dandruff. \
the Board of Public Work;and tia request -
: Mrs. Mary Gregovich, of Philips-< F. L. BOW ', PROP.
i j for the resignation. of Chairman: burg,'Montana, under'date. "Nov. 26,, X I

OFFICERS ELECTED BY LIQUID Zelius. 1S99, writes: "1 had typhoid- fever!. OPEN ALL THE YEAR. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN.

CONSOLIDATED COMPANIES = It is understood that! Chairman this summer, consequently losing 'myf i ,

..i painted the'roosts'will'quickly Zelius has prepare an article in which! hair terribly, and my head in pliers:

The following officers and 'direc: and efflectiv&'y rid< your i life wilt reply to the request of the council was perfectly bald. .Newbro's Herpi- SPECIAL SUMMER RATES

tors have been elected by,.the stock : fowls of the plague.: for his resignation as chairman of cide had just corns into use in PMIJpsburg -I .

holders of the consolidated Per.'acMa 6 .. the Beard of Public Works. From anti! the doctor. strongly J
!
Lumber Company and the W. S., Keyer --2- w at can be learned concerning the recommended It to me. After 3 .or4j Pleasant, Convenient, Comfortable. Quisine Excellent,
* Company:' document it is understood that it applications my hair stopped falliniiout ]

President-W. S. Keys?r.. borders on the tobasco order and Is! and is coming In again quii i fi Service Up-to-Date

First Vice-PresidPnt-F. R. Meade. IF.S.MELLEH4CO.Phono i red-hot throughout. thick. I used to be troubled greatly]

Jcnowles Second Vlc-Pr sident-W.' 11. rather The wording of the call itse'f' Is I with dandruff" ,' of which I am now' If you will call up phone 490 drop us. a postal or call in person,
33f. significant inasmuch as Mr. quite .cur:?d. Kill the dandruff germ I .

Treasurer-HP.
Secretary--Jas. M. Muldon. Pensacola 'Fla. council that he step down and out.There ., D'Alemberte, druggist

Assistant Secretary-Gus EHzen. I tM1 may be -somethIng do'n? at the 121 South Palafor. aNPotheca'i'1 e
I
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the meeting If a quorum is present_and j jn for sample -, - -< -- --.> '" -:
_officers stamps 7f-
also named di-
Nctore. are as .. ...., ..,O..N1N.,N- ...i takes place_ this evening. itt. c':&; Co..: Drtro't' Mich. iJ J >:-. "G-, _;; _'1-____ ___ _._ ____ ____._ H -.- ;':' --- ----":'

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PAG1. POU> ..- ,- THE PENS'ACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY'-- MORNING. MAY- '31, ; ,u8 __- -_,_________________-_., ____________________
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phosphate mines had learned,to make j Elevator seem to$>ubt thaet Live Oak < ---
fertilizer themselves and had built factories is, in fact, as well as in the census, Sunny Side of- Life Expericncs count anything with you

} 'iifJ- t: i4t'.k JontUf and were working their: own entitled tg sixth place. iBut they Willet Thin Blood :Then experience what do with you think of 60 years''1

products into a merchantable commo- g over it. !Tie chagrin of honest defeat yer's.Sarsaparilla I

dity at remunerative prices. is natural even commendable, but SIXty years of curing thin blood

t. ,*(wnr1LrL1. &Elf / Being as wesaid_ a.southern'enter-, : It never lasts in a healthy well orderd -' nerves, general debility We wish; you would\ ask your own doctor'about

prise, thi* was too much for the Yan- mind. Replying to our concessionthat this. Ask him (to tell you honestly what he thinks it will do for your case,

DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. kee, and like the too great prosperity Maimi was fujiy entitled to fifth Then do precisely as he says the W.rormuiaa have no or Herek all ou'melhclnell We -"" x.-;,C.. :ver.co,.
j.-- of tie sQuth through its cotton fields, place, the Metropolis pf that city says: -=r-- .5-S -5-- e I.Ma..,

." PUBLISHED, EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY which prosperity for forty years the "The editor of the Dsniocrat is morn -- ---o 5 5 --=
Yankee fought till finally by means of generous toward Miami than is her

; ft,BY f the Qvil War and the abolition! of enumerator, who claims !it as his home NEW: ELECTRIC FANS JUST RECEIVED

f THE slavery fce Destroyed, he began to war and therefore' supposed to have 'an interest ,
JOURNAL
COMPANY. en phosphate. 'Not being able to ab- in its present and future., Were !
'. uwLan.nnJ.ru-uw WflrfAflr.&rWi sort the property they have brought a glad, however to learn from such No old or secondhand; goods-The latest kinds. Let
--

.. FRANK .L. MATES, Pr tI0nt *nd G.ft,'.l M...aa.rWE to Just bear; as influence it was beginning to destroy to it.be moneymaking -I reliable fifth place source among that Florida Maimi cities occupies the us put them, m your office, store or dwelling, and be

I su-u-u-ui..su-i.r nit f vjuujur wMEMEJER the authorities at Washington -! four leaders being Jacksonville, 'Tampa assured of good work

t leading too willing ear to the tat: Pensacoia and .Key Wst.\ ".-Live
ASSOCIATED PRESS. tie of the jealous; Informer and meddler -: Oak'Democrat.MARIANNA. '
.
PINSACOLElECTRIC/ COMPANY
- -_ ,- --- proceeded throuyi,the courts to
r Jwn- -'***** ***"+aivif "frr HitttiM break the industry., :
up -
-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. That Is 'the object; of it. It is not so'' P one 570.

: One Tear............,....|5 00 Ono :Month........ ..,........ 45 much that the Sherman' act ha3 been' [ -

Six )loath..,.,,.........., 2 60 One W ek...,............... K& violated as where it has been violated. ', ., ... _
I'! .J::
II'1".r """"""'
Tbq Months",,.,. ,,,.... l 25 Weekly Edition, per yw.U OC The whole country north of Mason and __ : .

:; ,_ww- __ Dixoa's line i? alive with trusts and
---- Ju.ruuw.w t- -- '
has been lot twenty years. Occasion
The Only Pensacoia From Which a Detailed Special to The Journal.
Newspaper ally some endeavor has apparently All Aboard For
been made to the all-too-plain as I Marianna, May 30. Burglars! entered She Was Wise. .
: Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. well continual stop continuous violations the residence of Mr MoWhite and I iMr. Schreecher sang several i
as and: I I
.. uruw wf WWt of the law, but the verdict fina1- of 'Sir. B F, Pavia Saturday night and I solos for Miss Wise aad: after I ha
'I ecured valuables to the amount of I finished she never said a word. CI I.
11 in that there is violation,
comes no I
Office, 108 nfl 110 tut'I' I Papers on Saleon Trains, and the trust goes on. I bout $75. No clue Is avat. .ble. Miss Cutting Hintz1 guess all Electric Park

Government. Phone -- .nd at all News Stands. This has bappened $o frequently that I First Today National being "Decoration and Citizens Day"State the didn't! want to hurt your feelings.

rULftnLlJLLWJL .1. : -. ._ ... __ 0 if- it his become to be a truism and quoted :! Banks and the! postofllce, were closed. -
,
even from the bench of the ljnltecStatesOurtItse1r
: -- I There Is talk of a boat club hare and
thatnobody can be:
P '1.3ACOUA. FLORIDA THURSDAY MORNINGMAY 31-, 1&06 convicted of violation of law who is :we hope'it will go through as there is I

worth a million dollars. 'Many of the I every reason why we should have one. Clerks' Benevolent Association
While )I $srs. Dlckson: and Rhodenare
eastern trusts the Standard Oil the
,
The Destructionof life thoroughly confirms the truth of beef the' repairing the long distance telephone e
the labor, the coal combine,
those; lessons. Mr. Bryan's strength line to St., Andrews, Mr. Ralph
trunk lines tile book trust :
the' -
.Mosquitoes. lies in the fact that he is an honest,, grocery Waseltfgel has his hands full keepingthe
trust, the drug trust and others II Vb.. 1

: The question of mosquito destruetlon the steadfast core{ ,,thoroughly courageous to man be trusted, sound not.at have fattened cff the peope! with their] Mr.kinks Jos. F.out Smith up here.purchased the drugstore ii \\ Great Picnic (and Dance !
combinations till rich for conviction
:: is i agitating cities of the too -
many blown about by every wind of doctrine, in the od! postoffice AH of his: \\ITJ
tbe
by courts, and now that cotton t
;t.: EOUth and various methods are be nor yet too obstinate to learn and unlearn is friends wish him success. :
UP in price lo1)aeeo has double!
ing tried to do away with th* pests. ; essentially conservative, even L j in value, pine is a, gold mine, the product -I Mr. Chester N. Home "is expected Don't Miss It !
to arrive Columbus"
while seeming radical, profoundly in from Ga., In a
of schemes of
: Some the employed are : the !sol] of the south, whethergrain ; '
S sympathy with the best interests and I few days, wherehe has been for a ,
vegetable fruit I
cited by The Jacksonville Metropolis or or flower,has while ;
hope of his country constitutionally I taken attending ,a business roiieee:
.which has the following tq 'say -jpon at war'with} the selfish aggressions of r much for compensating the Yankee brother value it's too 'Born: To Mr. -and Mrs. Dr. Tbeo.tet .
S Waving: June 7 1S06
the subject: plutocracy no less than the distent beld the reins of government so long \\ on Monday; nlgn: a son. Friday ,
,
Different methods are now being pered dreams and pretensions of socialism and downtrodden- the south politically Misses Dora'aiid Gladis Home of

tried iu various cities to destroy mos and with the calm, clear, vision and commercially he is loath to see Us E ISneada, were uplast week, the! guestsof

quitoes. Ha SPtensaeaU Ifresfc water well-poised temper and steady r rise, whether or 110. '#3 does not appreciate their brother. Mr, J. L. Home, dui ,
lakes are being stocked vita! min nerves that mark the man strong -beyond lug commencement.The
S BOWS, which City Health Officer,Pier- his fellows in emergencies and I anywhere prosperity el3e in which in this locality or annual union Sunday school picnic Sports will begin at 3:30: p. m. See the great

pont beJlo9vew1lJ) tit the mos.juito fit-to lead them. Even in "the enemy's share; he does not value the he loyalty does not of was held jesterday and those who burlesque game of baseball, well worth the price of

before sufficiently formed to leave country," these traits are no longer obscured the southern man nor give him credit attended report a.tlne tUne. : I

the water.- Burning sulphur is being by the storm of defamation that I for sincerity. He hates while he The swell entertainment promised: His Lot, admission-
ac
,tried in other places as well as beat upon him during his campaignsand knowledge the public by the local military company -
< hU
social I
screening all treeing or collecting they have forced1 themselves upon So the envious haft supremacy.is I is: postponed until a later date Mrs Spendit-Hurry up. Here I Hooligans vis !(
shied at the am all dresed up in my new spring atzanjammers.I
.
places. In New Orleans a vigorous the recognition of those who hated I heart of it all. as the armory i is not near completed.j
S onslaught Is- being made end there it him most cordially. To those i The ooys are preparing to give a fine, outfit and you're not ready. What: ,
to whom it is
given ?
to
Jias been v discovered tb.it in the day- His theories may> not be growing, and feel in sentiment the see entertainment when they do give one keeping you .
lime the -favorite place for the mos- but the man himself i is, and the sober is made that painful discovery i and it won't* be long before they do. Mr." Spendit-I'm trimming my .
the shaft is shot cuffs. '
fluUoes: to hide js under the flours second thought of the !American peopJe from the hands of the soutn's own DANCING AT 6 P W. SHARP.
Of houses.: Moat residences a.re'pro-
understanding full well that neither .
sons. It I is that -
apparent both the instigators OUTING orTLORIDA
\vided'with lattice work incloaures Of the great parties will ever commit .
and the larga, cool, 4ark space beneath this nation to dangerous experiments and the authoriUeji'feared to Music by Prof, Collins' Full String Orchestra.
the lower floor i i51' an ideal in government nor to revolutions trust their own bowmen with the dEtermined .

place for the mosquito to sleep In that threaten its fundamental elsewhere.An execution. and so they sought EDITORS ADMISSION, 25 CENTS.

daytime. One citizen says 'he recently principles, no longer sees In MT. Bryan *
investigated beneath the) door of the rabid l leader of a rabid mol eagle pierced to heart turned to -5----
his home there and found that the discover that the aim was made true ,
.
Rather does its! unprejudiced vision: because of its WILL TRAVEL IN SPECIAL\ PULLMAN ;
own pinion
mosquitoes hlakMn there'were having !)eetl 5
( numerous see brave, wise
that when be molested them inherent qualities, uprfght have (brought man whose him used to feather the arrow, CARS' TO LAKE TQXA- need have no terrors for yo:

they swarmed up and fairly took hi* out of double defeat' with unimpaired .. .WASH DAY if you send your washing t-->
WAY N.
Ireath away. This I is another matter I strength and whose "'"' C.
courage is of Just 1F'L
worthy ot Investigation and to deter the temper to attack the .5- 5- TieVew Method Laundry,
_, mine how to destroy tha mosquitoes evils of the thaw by safe acknowledged and NEWS AND VIEWS After their annual meeting in Ocala, ; PHONE H8S E. W LAWRENCE, Prop. No.8 WEST ROMAlAT
beneath the houses. If these coull i methods and sane FROM STATE PAPERS & held this week, the'Florida Press Association
with .
S perhaps better
all be destroyed there would in a of hope 3 will arrive in Jacksonville to
short tima doubtless be a very great success than any' other leader now fi if morrow leaving via the Southern Railway '
diminution in the number, and perhaps that In sight makes could offer us. It is character at 7:65 o'clock Thursday night, / iV If You are; Thinking of Buying a Typewriter Get the Latest.

In this the exterminate great men and wins great {or the Sapphire country and the Land
way moral Beats Ping Pong all Hollow.
to much to bo desired would be: victories and Mr. Bryan Is character of the Sky, where they will spend a L.C.Smith&Bro'sEverybody
incarnate The A. new game has cropped out called"The
greatly assisted. south }is fairly few days in rest and recreation in that
,
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In Jacksonville the kerosene oil I entitled to the next presidential. noin Editor, and a 0 country weekly picturesque! North Carol'na country, dI< 1- likes them. Sold on monthly payments if de
of tell about dt. Take sheet
.. nee the party, hut if she doesn't get us a of ordinary -
ia still being worked and \Wednesday'
pUs Jacksonville
,
gpod says TimesUnion. : I sincE Write for particulars.
it writing fold
nicely, enclosea
-; results are thought to be derived, keep YQur eye on W J. B. paper, _
bank note sufficiently large to
: No discovery of swarms of the insects This all pay The press party will breakfast at the L. S. BROWN, PENSACOLA, FLA.
is and
Decoration
arrearages one year In advance (
Day and two '
beneath floors- has been reported', here union station, l Columbia, Friday morning -
games of baIl will be and land It tQ the editor. Keep
but few1nvesUgations might 1$; played, at West and will take dinner at Hender- She Knew HimMabel .
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End park. AH holidays are observed :your eye on him and if a smile adorns tell husband
made to ascertain if the habits of isonville where they wUl be shown all -Do you your
here.- his face, It fine
: Birmingham works and dandy. Now
S nit Jacksonville and New Orleans AgeJHerald. the points of'interest will everything? PRESS
and be entertained IHar s
is the time to _
play the joke. It beats
.
mosquitoes ara the sam The spirit which prompted the government there by: the Hendervilte Annie-Gracious, no. He's a bar Great
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The evidence of vigorous effort to to set aside one day in honor ping Gainesville pong, pit Sun.and flinch all- hollow.' : Board of Trade, leaving on a. special ber, and it would soon be, allover : UT'TONJaWW

S destroy the disease carrying mtqulto -* of those who lost their lives upon train in the afternoon for Lake Tox away town. ., .
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4s! very encouraging and may r* where ,,
the field of battle Is Saturday and Sunday will -
gradually being The Coming Issues.
au.lt in,a riddance of plague this sum be spent on the lakes and: In the mountains
lost sight of and In The sentiment for the re-nomination !
mer. Cleanliness and destruction of place of the of
that famous section.
mosquitoes can alone cave a city, and I muffled drum and solemn dirge we is of Mr. W. J. Bryan for the presidency !Monday morning'the party will go Reduction in
again prevalent
':' woo unto the place that neglects have the blare of rag time music antwo or three days
those essentials. The lIe <7 is pros- owls of will be spent visiting the inter
baseball many
fanatics
; a day We have tried the utter ABANDONMENT !

And death.
tr.atloQ I
: Which Should-_ to--'! -hallowed---' -- .-haa- "O lPCn-- of PRINCIPLE. for Mfl\. egtingplaces! _.in and around Asheville, .. f :"III. JrromJl
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into a ta&y of merrymaking vqHMcrated and the defeat of J dge Parker as the meraamg uiitmore the famous Van- t
Georgians will sing the long metretioxology derbilt estate.
nominee
'With unusual fervor wh n and pleasure and its> real sign-Seance last tempt of the, plainly told us the con- The members the association will

the gubernatorial campaign I I'S is over, lost sight of by all excepting the few perfidy. country at large for our return to Ftorida separately. The outing Eye Glasses

: grilled survivors who devote the If this ignominious rebuke meant of the Florida, IPrees Association is
being arran'ged by J. C. Lusk, districtpasenger < \
Another Bryan day to the memory of their comrades anything: it might and still means that i
who have preceded them into the some degree of manhood will have agent of the Southern Rail' < The Simplest-Sgrert-Safest_ 7'1 h1
way in this cjty/who will personallysee I Hiodlert( -and' only Perfect
;, Boom fa Coming. Great Beyond. ",&ll holidays are obsejTa4" 'to before-be at the head of our party counsels that the pencil pushers are given Soi-SUoj; Pen. No glzu Slier F4tI; I
we can ever hope to wiu. -00 Ink to ipffl
-oo clogziag 1
;: All over the country Democrats are not nly in Birmingham but !A temporizing, straddling, makeshiftof a delightful trip over the Southern ortJuUag. _J

tS lining- up for WBUlam j. Bryan, and throughout the entire length and a platform that.dodges every issue Railway. Tell liaply prm the buuollu

from the; the present outlook} t it seems breadth of the United States but the and is obscured and held down only travel Leaving In special Jacksonville Pullman, the cars party prpvided will- We are now sellingHawkes' tthepicureu4thcpcus lIu"ii& ." -I

;: hardly! possible that he can avoid be- method of their observance Is, in by the weight of hypocrisy and treachery 'for them by the Southern Railway. Write.the Instant it
it
: cop1ngth nominee of the Democratic nearly every instance, at variance We upon are only ought expressing not to win.the Many Florida editors will take advantage > toachM the papuEagIej50 fc *jBa

: party for the presidency Jn J9QS. The with the purpose for which the. !holi- ments of millions of other American senti of this trip and an excellent time

situation is ably: fifed up, by The Live day ,wa$ declared when we say we don't mind being Is anticipated by all., |

l, ,Oak Democrat, which has the following 'Chairman' Shouts beaten, so long as you do\ not force Us s?/

tor gay .upon the subject; ,:I that he hM ,resigned aays is the false.rumor No to vestige surrender of our with prtdeuch and defeat self respect-the last BONifAY' cannot understand you at: $2.50 Eye Classes No.tj with 14 ktnt aclid, tol<) '
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Slowly but surely the forces of another one la I their right mind Jacksonville Floridian. [I ISpecial I all. pea p iot-tattt TUlciaiztd!
believed robber .
'.;' Bryan boom seem to be arousing ever I' i Clara:Why. aa4 fuHy praatcc4.r..Ie Fl -

in all parts of the country, and meanwhile Shonts would turn, that $30,000 per Parkhill and WMtfild. I TomYou get an'gry when I say for "FJuJa "l'fo.' 25 nwkhgoWbajdaZ.5O

:: the great commoner himself is [, loose of his own free-will.: : Judges.Parkhill' and Whitfield! have! you are mature, and when I say you EqI. "Flub" No. 26 f4 U
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,r pleuidly, touring the Orient, taking no been renonftnated for the to The Journal. are immature you get angry too. Urtcwze. $3.OOH

:' part In' politics, pulling no wires,' and "- It will take King Alphonso and which they have filled so ably positions and Bonifay, May 30.-Hon. L. J. Reevesof $1.25 with told Unii.4.00 U
acceptably. -
giving' hi* undivided attenton to' the Princes Eva seven. days to get mar- No better men could be Pensacoia was in town Monday en Sdd&ad Other by Stodocen Store. P1
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strange lands and peoples he is visiting red.! 1Lowlong would it take 'em chosen to serve on the supreme bench. route to Vernon to attend: court. :. Ask YOUR DEALER. Ifh! 1
and observing with keen and phil- to a Paltka Times-Herald. Hon. H. E Hickman moved here -. 40001 Mil fOIl the Eil5"FLA5i'FownainPcoiika
get. dlyorce if
should
: one. bethought
last week.
oopb.ioyIio, f
S iFor ten years and more all the\ powr necessary! Railroad at Boca Grande. W. T. Bludworth came over from $fcndtMrrtupncedlrecttoll.

i.: of wealth a&4 nuwibws ,la America The work on the! new, railroad to DeFunlak Springs Monday W. A. aiteed.Eachicaab.oZutcii&uar. f 51 I

,J,. 'has jbeeii tryloe to write tWs man down The Czar is probably beginning to Boca Grande, ig progressing! and soon I Jesse Sasnett of ;Westvilla came I D'Alemberte Eagle Pencil Co.
and vote him down and while the believe! 'thaa little liberty is. a we hope to see the horse of iron : over from DeFunlak this morning. I
Jd&DI
S great financial 1118U
( into prominence and twice made him should stir Itself to,give them all for th.3 east "4I '

t i a candidate for president' has been determined 'KHH minal facilities asked, and every ounce ter Henry Simmons of Westvlllj was 121 South Palafn! Stoat Pensacala! fla

'; against him, apparently forever I I of freight that can be brought In the In town Monday. ,. :.
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he himself vital as ever In unconquerable # INPICTMENT OF THE.FE.RTnLIZE.a westArcadia News. J. D. Leonard went to Chipley to- ; ,
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purpose and marvelous. # TRUST .0 day. I ,I --i S
force of personality, remains to be, At IP _- -____ Profit by Experience !Hon. W. H Brett, Jr. is on the AS AN ENTERTAINER. .

reckoned with as a factor in American # Nashville American. When Florida begins the road to re ovcu. As an : entertainer there's noting
construe
i T politics, vague and undefined for the I tion of system of good; roads she The new saw mill at De Vane and that will fill the place of a good plno.. Gentlemen'sFine

t present but magnificently\ potential, *""" .""'' .t should manage the business end of Leonard ig on th car at ihU place*' And when you buy a piano it's just
'S the
The secret Ilea In the one wOChar enterprise better Dr. Jeff Coleman of Vernon was in about
than the nation ha as easy to buy and pay for a
r' acter. !His political theories have been handled *I town yesterday. i ShirtsWe
its one
job of a canal To do this good as a .poorone.. Our plan
I discredited by the nation ,,I Hon J, A. J, Hathway attended, a '
; overwhelmIng The fertilizer business based upon however, ,Florida should not pass makes It easy to own as fine a pjano
4 defeat has twice overtaken' him; tie products of the Tennessee, Florida the money with autocratic power over tp picnic and !fish fry at Hageriaau Mqalay. as is ,made. Anybody: can set '

S ho. Is merely a private citizen, a coun4 -and South,Carolina phosphate fields,1$ any one man-let her profit by the -S Ask us about itCLUTTER ne'I' : are especially equP-!
'try editor; if he has panaceas, any specific eminently a southern institution. perience of others.-Jacksonville ex I Four saw milV whistles! can be S MUSIC I ped for laundering gP1'! '

; for the Ills that affect the coun It took a great deal of work 'lota of Times-Union. heardhere evsry.'morning. Pensacola Fla.'I men's fine shirts; \\it'- J
try they are without the merit of originality money and ten years of time to de *, *S : Han. D. L. Green was in town Hon.Cay. S His Idea.I ,. them a clean' sansfae -"

and are only such as thousands velop the industry :At first the phos-: I Dade's Misfortune. : hear you are engaged to Ethel] 5 j I finish without sque' :,r-

of other patriotic men of good piat' rock,was practically> tt away. ''I It Is Dade county's' misfortune and I : Knobs. I don't wish to alarm you, the life out of them -
:: sense have advocated and are now advocating The price at which 4t 'Was sold to the comebody's fault .that she didn't 9. D, aEERSDIES; SUENLYIN but she said the other day that she BOSSO'S economy to let us do -'
get
:; without any suggestion from eastern and European markets and fertilizer into tie late state-census; but none i j CITY OF NEW ORLEANS had absolutely no wish to know how wash.

- ,: him| and yet it Is to him-this twice works was but little more and I | us is disposed to take advantage of to cook!'

:: dejected leader, nq Joo'ger spectacular! aometlmes Jess, than the cost of digging I her oi. that account or'question tLe of r telegram W R. Johnson from last night received a L "I know. I proposed to her"as soon Ice Cream Factorycan The Star Steam
Orleans
- & -th.at/ the eyes of the opposition are: and drying the rock. After splendid growth she has New announcing as' I heard it"JUST
k ten undoubtedly the death of B.. D. Beers well!]L
Blqw turning ,
y with aignftcance j&\ years t1I.osa10\ had, invested millions made during the past five *
i to be misunderstood: years. Nobody known in this city, (Mr Beers left furnish: you cream In Laundry.
doubts -
that
t Our primary lessons in school tell in rewarded theundertaklng'were by remunerative about prices to forUe be will rank next after, Maim Jacksonville, her chie! city here only a hort time ago. The remains : RECEIVED 100 GENUINE any quantity, .Satisfaction;

r. as that% efcarae4ej'if i the.t best e| %meta4 iock, and for the fertilizer made West, Tamp* and<< Pensaco Key are expected to arrive In Pen. IMPORTED- PANAMA HATS AT THEM. guaranteed.: S '17 E- BtrOen St. Phone 1t*
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and< only r sacoa today. The arrangements for; & 0. CLOTHING STORE; $u OWORTtf PenMcela. Pta.S .
.P.HQNE.1326
and the the
:. long experience; of subsequent with the rock< for the owners of the! Ocala :Banner and the Gainesville .-
the funeral will announced later j $5.00. LAM BOSSO, Prop. I II I _


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THE PtENSACO.i! > JOURNAL, THURSDAY. ttORNING, MAY 31, 1906 AGE FIVE

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PEOPLE and EXTENTSSeen I "The Best 1 Is What We Sell". MOBILE, ORPHANS !

Good

The Favorite of the Hosiery j


| Heard, and Done Among Those Who Go, Come and Fastidious BIG EXCURSION GIVEN RECENTLYBY :

TO
EMPLOYEES OF L. & N.


Tarry Women, and Society i ,. .Here and Elsewhere. PICKLED COIDEN, ALA. First Last and Always ; ;



BY 6 HOUE DECK. Telephone 669. Special to The Journal .
Coden, Ala., May 30.The annual :
: ii itFIHiIt excursion recently given by the employees Our Hosiery department stands secondto J

::;::= =::' -- ---- of the L. & N. R. R. for the
benefit of'the orphans of Mobile, was
LAMBSI
AND BRIDE TO
GIVE m. WHITE WEDDING RECEPTION. The Journal's Daily Fashion-Feature. ; the event of the year for the good people' / none in, this; city. '

\D. and Mrs. B. E. 'i\\'hite-orm-; .. I of Coden. Owing to rain the at- I
Lillian Lyle, daughter of tendance was not so large as in former
Miss ,;
al
\H' and Mrs P- M. Howell cut: Big :I years, but there were nearly 1500 people The reason .
a\'OU-wll1 be "at home" to their fl' TONGUESi attendance. all of whom received -
acquaintances who are "'. ",/ : a most cordial, welcome at the

;I'ordialh ends 'and invited! at their residence, :, .. '.,,;.:: __ ," i hands of the hospitable Codenites. We buy from reliable importers and f ,
So 3 Magazine, Woolsey Fla., thlSfl'nmg Music, dancing swinging, boating,sailing r" .
from 7 until 9. 1 Put up in glass jars at.4OcAppetizing etc., were the order of the day. ., .1
-+-: . . h c A short sketch of the origin and and manufacturers only. ;
PENSACOLA GIRL WINS M I' and satisfying, : growth of this movement for the sake
VIOLIN MEDAL AT Dunkle's Celery Salad! .. .30cROSENAU&GERELDS I of "sweet charity" may not be amiss.
WESLEYAN FEMALE, Twenty-three years ago or in 1883.a We give the very best values possible. 1

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THE OLDEST IN THE WORLDS' locomotive engineer the L. & N. -
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A telegram received last eveningfrom I d,, L LIItIILtfl I : R. R. stepped into the shops one day The active business do in this department ;
Macon, announces that Mis 1'' ; } and remarked, '"Boys I want to do we -

Fulghum, of this city won something for the orphans and I want
Uirlyne .
.. you to help me." Every one expressed -
toe gold medal for general excellence demonstrates two facts namely -
his willingness to do anything in .
violin at the commencement ever- .
rises:n of Wesleyan Female College in The Fancy Grocers, his power and the engineer unfoldedhis : "I
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'plan to'get an excursion to someplace
Macon. Ga. eft 1 up We have
As the contesting class included Phone 391. Pensacola I along the line of the railroad ad. *
graduates and post-graduates in muse 3b'S vertise it well appeal to the citizens. t
: the medal is a real distinction business men and the railways for aid The Right Goods. : ;
And the fact that Wesleyan is the I and turn the proceeds over to the various .
odesr college for girls in the whole orphanages. The proposal met
norid emphasizes the honor. To Remove FrecHIes 3 Pimples with hearty approval and these splendid The Right Prices
Miss Fulghum is the guest of her fellows set to work with a will. :
,olege! mate Miss Jeanette Malloryn In Ten Days, Use Nadinola The public set its seal of approval by -
Yours
Vineville a surburb of Macon during liberal patronage of the first excursion ,
: commencement. A now discovery sold and this has been kept up every
-+- 1 7 t under a posulye guar- year since. The business men and: the
MRS. DICK McALlLSTER' antee and in every nsney case refunded railroads respond liberally to every

ENTERTAINED EXCELSIORS.The : freckles where it, falls plmp'to es remove., UveroIPOts call! for assistance and always do Watson Parker Reese Co '
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Excelsior Flinch met last suntan, sallow- everything possible to further the good ,
M-nmg with Mrs. "Dick" McAllister d Naysblackbeads ness, collar diseolora.v. cause. The employees! as a whole no I
and all
ffuo::e special guests were Mrs. D. s eruptions of the skin,no doubt give more proportionately than I I
X Nicholson, Mrs. W. W. Richard' ; matter standing of tbresordinary how loot any other class!, for all tie work is Successors to Green & Watson
and Miss Richards.The : .4 qty. 'a** case in 10 days,and the done by them. Each excursion requires '

score cards were "b3ck cats" worst in 20 daja. After much time to work it up from .., _. ,..._ ..... ..,,,.
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these defects are removed the skin will be '>01: ""=""' ''''''''''-'"'"''''' ''' -1Or.- c "== -
each with "A bow of orange ribbon." clear, soft, healthy and beautiful. No possible beginning to end and they give this
Delightful sandwiches, chips iced harm can resale from its Ute. 60 cents and Hale time unreservedly and unconditionally -
at leading drug stores or by mall.
'ea. rosette wafers, and plums were to the cause.
sen ed. NATIONAL TOILeT COMPANY, Paris Tenn. : In spite of the unfavorable weather aem ee ae2a2222222aa

The next meeting will be with Mrs. I tha late excursion has netted fully
J C. Pebley. $2000 and this will be prorated equally


SEVERELY SENATOR''INJURED.PASCO' ., I GOULDING I I bile.Capt.among.the\\\different G. Barrow orphanages, of Pensacola of Mo I W. J. B. FORBES M MA .

lion. S. (Pasco's scores of friends I A LING ERIE BOLERO was a visitor to friends in Coden, m'j j
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ha\.e been greatly concerned about while his vessel wa< undergoing re-
The painful results of an accident Lingerie frocks, waists and hats we sertion. The collar Is of the batiste pairs in the dry dock in Mobile.It .
which happened to him while out have had but the lingerie bolero is a edged and inserted with the embroidery Special to The JournaL' ro ro
driving last Saturday. The hors newcomer which has only lately arriv. and the fronts are held in place by Goulding May 30.--'Mr. Bennie .
fell down 4n the shafts and Mr. Pas- ed upon the scenes. This is a dressy pointed straps of the embroidery in, Robert: of IF'ensacola' :\ called on Is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold.
v. in pulling him up was thrown accessory which may be made at home sertion which cross over the bust' and 'Mrs. E. J. Stokes Sunday Mr'l How often do we hear it remarked: Story of our Loss and Your Gain .
backwards, and his back and. side with little expense. White:French batiste -line.The ins. "It's only a cold," and a few days later -
severely wrenched. Monticello was the material used in this original dress with which this bolera i is, ,Mr. Carl Askergren called on Mrs. learn that the man is on his back *w

N'ews.. model, the upper portion of the worn is of apple 'green taffeta silk,, Stokes Sunday afternoon. with pneumonia. This is of such
body and sleeve made of this materialand and the little hat is a white honey Master S- A. Stokes visited Master common occurrence that a cold, how b A Great Sacrifice Sale of High Class Skirts
TAKES OFF' HIS HAT TO THE trimmedwith a pleated frill of comb braid .trimmed with green leaves, Harold Jones Saturday evening. ever slight should not be disregard. '
SALVATION ARMY. fine eyelet embroidery,:above which: is and black velvet the high side cache Miss Xettie Hartzog Mr. S" A. ed. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Tomorrow. |J
Dr. Gambrel!, in speaking on evangelic inset a two-inch broiderie :Anglaise. peigne ruched with green malinette. Stokes and Miss Winnie Louise counteracts any tendency of a cold to g

said: "This is the most significant u ___ -- -- Stokes visited Pensacola Tuesday. result'in pneumonia, and has gained I b t
hour I have spent in the Southern Mr Alex Mills called on Miss Net its great oppularlty and extensive i N
Baptist Convention. We may not "tor. holding: up her hands in. horror. ladies said: "Thank God, for entrust tie Hartzog last Wednesday night. sale by its prompt cures of this most! fU I: tU '
criticize: fake evangelists until we lay "How dreadful 'What a bad wicked} iug a woman with winning souls tc Mrs W. I. Morgan returned home common ailment It always cures'

proper emphasis on the great ques- man your ;:husband: t must.. be." God. I would rather have ons woma*, Sunday evening accompanied by a and is pleasant to take. For sale by A shipment of f skirts just arrived that should m
ron of evangelism I do not criticise "Not at : all; mum," replied the who 'trains souls, than 10,000 women friend. all druggists.:

the Salvation Army people and work.; other with Q'ignity.'! "'Awkins is who train poodledogs.Southeri Mr. ALaxi Mills and a few of his m have been here a month ago, we wrote the firm in N
I always take off my hat when I pas 'asty.but 'e.'s.a.; puffect gentleman at.eart. :Baptist., Witness. friends wenty across the Bay Sunday. ,CLOSING OUR STOCK OF $3.501
them at work on the 'stieet.-South- f can:hassure you that after ,:Mr. Willie'iBarrineau, of Quintette AND $4,00 WALKOVER SHOES FOR N New York we could not use them this late in the 11l
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ern Baptist Witness. that 'e'd giv' me this black eye e sat MrsO.. :A. Hilbun left yesterdaj ntade a flying trip to Pensacola Tues- $2.89. WM. JOHNSON & SON. 2t .
-+- holding a cold frying pan, to it for to visit her parents in Whistler and .. season. Today we received a telegram telling us
'Asty But Hattentive. hupwards of a hower a-trylng to reduce to-day will attend the commencement day.Miss Daisy Thompson and Mr. I II

"Wherever did you get that dread-: the swellin' A little hattentionlike exercises; of Barton Academy in Mo Anderson will be married at Roberts ro to sell the skirts and charge the loss of them so N
fu''! black eye Mrs. Hawkins?" saidth that goes a long wy towards bile where her sister :Miss Ida Hit tonight GONZALEZ Ii IiSpeciaf
-> district visitor as she seated her- nakin married life 'appy mum as I bun graduates. She was accom:: Mr .E. J. Stokes kit for Selma, I we place this hue i;'of skirts on sale Thursday morning f$
sflf on the extreme edge of the least dessay you've found yourself."-Pear- .panied by her sons Mr.: Joe O'Bannon Ala., this morning for a short visit.
dirty: chair in the room. son's Weekly, London, ands Mr. C. A. Hilbun. Mrs. Stokes and sister Miss Nettie fU at Half 'Price-!-here is where one dollar does
"It were the result of a trifling hal- -+- -+- Hartzog expect to leave for Mobile: m
tercation wiv Discipline. :Mr. and ''Mrs. A. M. Maefeey: and to Tne Journal work of other
my husband, mum replied in& few days. fU the two at'anY time. nl
the lady of the house. Lieutenant-Who's the idiot that little son Harold Lee, and :Mr. J. T Gonzalez May 30.-A small crowd I
"Dear dear dear," cried the vlsi- told you to leave the pile of rubbishin Mackey, will leave Friday for Beaumont Sore Nipples. chaperoned by Mrs. Dan McDonald at-, N i N
front 01-the headquarters? Texas on a visit to their sister be effected by tended a picnic at Beck's Lake last
A applying
Recruit well, have it visit; New Orleans the Those
on return trip. child is done nursing. Wipe it off riding and fishing. present were
there. !But your leave will be stopped 0 with a soft cloth before allowing the iMiisses Carrie and Julia Connor Stella :
Ifor lour for calling the Lena Mullins; Offering. fd
days Msr. H. A. 'Brosnaham entertainer child to nurse. Many trained nurses 4 owell.Marye and
CHASE colonel an idiot. 'Atlanta News. at cards Tuesday evening for Mrs. use this salve with the best results. Messrs. Bob Lowell John and li_Baron -
Chipley Setze of Atlanta. Mrs. John Lowe. The occasion was madd i
Price 25 cents per box. Sold by all
Copt W. W. Fournoy of DeFuniak E. Stillman Miss( Edna Avery, and. 'drUgigits.Y.M.C.A.ORGANIZES. more pleasant as a crowd of pleasure!I $12 Mohair Striped and Phantom Check
was in the city, Tuesday and left fora Mrs. W. J. Forbes carried off th,., seekers from Montgomery and pensa- Ofm ,
business trip Pensacola Tuesday prizes. cola were camped: there among them! m Skirts.-. $6.00 '
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night. :Mr! and Mrs T, H. Hendrix being Messrs. Gergon, R'an.lJoog and ruro

G ot Pensacola were guests, of their son Mr. Charles. Goulding of Anaa-' Mr. Henry Keynton., a popular L &; m 7.50 Repillioh and Auto Cloth Skirts 3.75
Mr. W. B. Hendrix, iu the_ city last lusia Ala., is in town visiting !hU N. conductor of .Montgomery, Ala. fU..
Saturday and Sunday.TimesDemocrat Marlanpa mother. 4 MUSIC CLASS Mrs. D- W, Wilson was in Pensacola $7.00 Linnette Skirts._ 3.50 ,
d
... Monday on bu ness. .
-+- > : McVpy spent a few days.
Miss Belle m
Mrs. Fernald left Tuesday night The Daughters of the King will in Pensacola very pleasantly last week. I 1 1Whfle $5.00 Auto Cloth Skirts___________ 2.50 mW'
THE NEED OF COMPETENT SINGERS
SANBORN'S in mest In the choir room of Christ !
for her future hc&ia Philadelphia's there alma went with a crowd
was7 i church*Friday evening at 5 o'clock.
suburb Germantown. She' join-
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FOR GLEE CLUB ed by her son Mr. Hayes iFernald in \ Mr. Gasque Lowell of ru fU'N
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Atlanta. Sales of Blue Ribbon Vanilla are Increasing POINTED OUT. spent Sunday with his pensacoa'i m
rapidly because there' nothing .
Miss Rosa Gibson is the attractive !
Mrs :w DeO. Kssler has gone to just like the "Blue Ribbon Flavor." .?t will be of interest to all loversof guest ot Misses Lena and Marye Mul'
COFFEESand spend the summer in 'Maryland.Mr. Besides they go twice as far, music in nsacola to 'know that, lins '! SEE SHOW WINDOW !

.' in addition to other useful and In- Mrs. W. M.: McVoy and son. Henry,'
anat Mrs. Frank Hjlbun are the Meeting for Non-Union Carpenters. structive work carried on by the Y. visited relatives and friends in Cen-, W' ftj
happy parents of.a. fine sou who .arrived -. Ther will be a meeting for the nonunion M, C, 'A-, the association has recent. tury last Sunday. \,
; Tuesday 'evening* carpenters Friday evening at t. ly added a class for the study of vocal Mrs M. C. Tapiola and Mrs. John
-J' 7:30 June 1, room 1, Old Aramy Hall music. The Y. M. C. A. leader Brewton of Pensacola, are spendinga

,Mrs. L. J. Grist, accompanied by Slmay2t. f states it is to be regretted that the few days'at Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Whid-- IW.J.&B.FORBESI
ifirst Edmund Crist --and- little SOd music loving public has allowed: this don's. -
Beryl, leaves this morning for Mulatto CLOSING OUR STOCK OF $3. O useful and pleasing art to drop to a Mrs. Clarence Bowman and two
TEAS spend the ;week end with Mr and AND $4.00 WALKOVER SHOES FOR low standard. He says that not only charaing.littte daughters of }Manistee'
Mrs a I* Crist $2.89. WM JOHNSON &. SON21 t do the public schools fail to take up Ala., spent Friday and Saturday with

.. the stucy, but the churches and Sun Mlrs.' Henry Browne iaaaaaaaaaaaa !
Mrs. Edward Smith' ,and son Jacob day schools are also lagging behindSO Miss. Ada Flemming, of Jennings aaaaaaaaaaaa

They who have been visiting- relatives, left that it is very difficult, if not im- is the guest of Miss Sabra Hardy. --- ,
are pure yesterday ,for their hom.3 in Georgia. '} poe=ll\le, to furnish sufficient com Mr.,C. H.'Jackson was in Pensacola b1N.N1NN/111101-M111111/1111...11...N.....1..
petent singers for the various ehurca
andthe blend is Mrs. ElIen.Sprang is expected Fri I Doctors choirs. Monday Rev. E.on B.business.Arms of Garland. Ala., .j rZ -

day from Virginia ,to spend a few Among the Y. M. C. A. membership Tuesday with Mrs. A. Lowell LateMatthg'
days with,her;parents who will accompany there are many excellent voices, prac- spent l li
Prescribe It. and family.Mr.
perfect. You will her'ho1ne'fo.r the summer, tically dormant Some weeks ago a Felo 'McVoy returned home from
I flee club was erganlzed and a large Pensacola Monday.
Miss Alma: :Finch gives a bay party membership at once enrolled but it Tuesday I
Louise: Carey spent
never use any other to-night. The ice cream we make is 60 was found that a large proportion of Mrs. with her parents.Mifs B1Ulyers:
absolutely pure that the doctors the members could! not read music. evening i
-- of Indiana, will spend a
after have Miss May Curtis of"isfew York is prescribe it for fever patients The class mentioned was formed for Maxey "Land of Flowers"
you once the guest'of Miss LUlle" Taylor for as well as for those with delis the study of music, particularly for few weeks her in brothers the ; end sister, Mr. : will find our stock of Mattings exceptionally fine Just !
most of the summer. cate stomachs that find it d'.ffl-: reading. This class was organized visiting now, 'toany': prettypatterns in light or dark as jour .
given these a trial. cult to retain food. It Is' rich, only for the*summer months so that and Mrs."Maxey.Been S fancy dictates. There's both China and Jap Matting and Z

'Mrs. HV U ::"Simpson- and daught I nourishing .and strength-build. members may be ready to join inactive much, !better than you ever saw for that amount before
ftS9 Cora'(Ldulse. ;; st'night.. for. :Ing.. ;;, work for the glee club in th.3 I at :
Virginia. Phone us for a quart pr halt . . : :
--. I. gallon. 'We will also furnish In fill.A3J members of the Y. Mt C. A 20 25 30 and 35c a Yard Laid Free.
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The Old Mitt Inn 'will ,open Friday any quantity for picnics and bay. who have a taste for music and who lt.Nerves -i
with a large-and a? delightful a party parties. 'need, and ,desire to improve their t Air you havf to do is to make the selection-we do the .

ci guests. WHs. : .! &.Taylor. has ever talents would do well to join the Gone? I. rest. And ftr the kitchen or dining room there's nothing :
:
Sol Calm & CO.The had. class immediately so that they may t. more comfortable and easier to keep clean than good .
=-t-: : : get the fundamental principles! of( music linoleum, which we have at only 55 and 65 cents a yard :
Shelmaa ,r)TnlelX, sea of- Mr.and COFFEE, and not be handjcappe4\ ] as the Quit, Coffee .. and,we'll lay it for you without extra; cost Vudor porch .
Mrs. J. F. DanlslSrwhoAM been, very Hot Biscuits and Rolls every class. progresses. Persons can applyto anse : shades keep:out the sun and makes your gallery cool; put
Pure Food Store. ill, is now taproving. -* morning at 5 o'clock. the Y. M. C. A, for particular at .
+ : i,' once and b.3 ready for the r fularclau
SautUest Corner Palau l and Intendenci The BaptistLadies': ,Aid Societywill Monday evening June 4th. it 8 POSTU M -
meet in ,ia.e Sunday sqbool room p. m., when special attention will b? i.0G

Phones 'T8 this afternoon' at, t! o'clock.. Kandy Kitchen Caf e.104 given to beginners. :Anyone not a I I | ,
480i member of the association who U! Interested -
Dr. IGi1t 11Inghapt'V introrUeing: S. Palafox Phone 999 should! Investigate thi* at ":rHERE' '1\ PEAsC Na i 10M10, Palafox St t, ;:

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1 r A RENT RECEIPT IS List of f' Desirable Property For Sale


Everybody _
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.1 FOR SALEat

: LIKE A GOLD BRICK. $1500-6 rooms, East Jackson Sl.$2iiOONew'cottage A desirable piece of property with 145 ft. frontage on E.
on corner three: i' Wright St., convenient! to'Union Depot,' with two store

i' $60 $70 arid 8Q. These 134 lots in block 158 for'New dwelling City. lots, near car East Hill. bulldIng -,8.l1d'a dwelling upon.same.: ., .. .. .. . .$11,500
< $ are beautiful lots
$5500, -&ts 2 houses and 6 lots,splen. 25 beautiful lots, fronting both Baylen and Palafox streets, on

purposes. did locality; fronting hard I NorthHill .-.. ; '.. .> ... .. .. . . . 40oo
It ,CASH Lots 1 to 5' block 148, New City if street; bargain. Large one-story dwelling' on DeVilliers street near Garden St.,

It: |} You've' got nothing to show for it but.a lot of experience $1,00 sold at once> $175.00 per lot. $5500 Elegant 2 story home large lot; with lot 50x180.. '. < ... . .. . .. . ,?

-and in most instances very unpleasant experi Lots 16 to 22, block '65, West King modern. If you want a nice Ten ,lots in ,block 150 New! City Tract each 4Ox13H2. . 80J{

ti ence. Yet in the time you are buying this enjleasant Tract, $350.00. pl .ce'this if ideal. Block 120', New City'Trac'tj ontaining 20 lots, convenient to
and 50 cents week & 15 East Hill street car line and also Bayou. .. . . .
t experience you could be buying yourself a home, and per We have' number of lots in good $ 800()--<5ets a' new 2 story room L 3i000
h have something to show for your money a tangible locations in any of town desired. new house all improvements Two-story Dwelling<< on North) Barcelona St., near Gregory. 2,50Q
r": something that would always represent pleasant ex No Taxes any part overlooking the bay with no obstruction Northwest quarter of block ;60, West King Tract, containing six

t" periences. If you are not already a home owner For particulars; and. -, prices. ,, apply to near car; includes 5 I i lots., ,. ..-. .. . . 450
I better see us, and select something'that can "he had lots.-, Two cottages on West Zai4aOSSa; St, centra'ily located and

it on good terms. It will be worth more than ,you No Interest W ANTEri---For desirable customers I good renters, for the two. . .,. . . . 1,250
: :- i paid for it long before it is paid for. homesprices between $1500 Large one-story and a half dwelling at 331 East Intendencia St.,

_; On East Hill, .betweenStoddart's and $3500. lot 40x170. .. ., .. ,.,, ... . . . . . 1200
1I McDavid-Hyer Company MONEY TO WAN in large or small
and Railroad, I amounts long and short time.

I .. have 300 lots at above prices Agents New York LIST your property with us for sale. HOOTON; & WATSON.Leading .


j I Pensacola Investment! Company, I I.1 and value terms.before They paid will for.doublein Life 8 E.700.Pensacola Insurance Government Company.Street.Pho'ne ,. Fla. L. S. ,BROWN & CO. Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency. I

PHONE 54 No. 37 S. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L,"
A. H. D'ALEMBERTE
City
201-% Thiesen Bldg. Phone 918. -
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I W. B. KNOWLIS, President R. B. SIMPSON Secretary. 1- -

J.L STDLLMAN, V..Pres. and Gen. Manager. KNOWLES liTER Treasurer. LESLIE E. BROOKS FOR SALENew
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f Racl Estate, Loans, General Investments ,-'w Board,. and Rooms. Money to Loan. f __ -
I 10th
Phone 462. Fisher Building eight room house with hall, ..___n n.n ,

1 215 South Paiafox Street Pensacola, Florida. Ave. and 16th St. This place has to be' BOARDERS! WANTEDHAt 226 N. Al- MONEY TO .w'AN-EYerybod1 .bor. .


to .. caniz street; nice, cool rooms good
kL' seen be appreciated. $1750Lots money from Jno. A Hall &

t___.__ -. HELP WANTED : 3, 4 and 5, block 140, New !table; terms reasonable. Mrs. Dora Co rows, 16 E. Government street 'When
Donaldson. '
h f I r WlAI\"TID-Six neat-ap-- City. . .. . ..' .$603 _ _ 27mayl6t ia "need call on us. Sfeblrn
;young men FURNISHED ROOLS with
pearance for house to house canvass.,. Blocks 125 and 126.: Petterson ,Al- boafd. Central location, or 1 without block MONEY LOANED on all kinds fpr- _

Nothing to sell; call 14 W. Garden St., dition water front. new six room L from postofflce. Mrs. Mamie 116 zonal property on Bhort, notice. __
Cole
" A. K. Sterling. It* house on same. . 3. .. .$1,600 W. Intendencia!: St. 23may2w, Terms easy. 'J. B. Gray &' Co., 2 W.

: A Home Savings II I W1A1NTED-At once two firs class ste- Block 63, East King' Tract.$2,600 Romana. Phone 1165. lfeb

nographers'; big wages. Apply Pen' Lot 7 to 14, inclusive block 171, FOR RENT-One or two newly furnished .! MONEY TO LEND-:-On good rwil estate -

sacola Typewriter Exchange ,315% New .. front rooms; southern exposure security,, or' on'good collateral,
'\ City. .. .. ?. '. .. .$1,600 t
E. Brooks,
OVER 10,000,000 AMERICAN PEOPLE PAY INDUSTRIAL INSUR.I South Palafox. _ 31may2tW f' ; with privilege of phone. Loca at .lowest rates. Leslie
| I ANCE AND ARE PREPARED D FOR THE Colored blacksmith. tion'! desirable and near business cen Fisher building. ,.21"! *
I' EXPENSES OF SICKNESSAND Apply J.A.VILSON & Co. I ter, 422 W. Gregory. ISmaylw
all kinds of
DEATH.American. A. Willis: Century Fla. MONEY LOANED oa par-

SOmaylw. FURNISHED ROOMS Centrally lo I sonal< propertrn short. notice. A BEAUTIFUL MODERN!:
I. Real Estate genfs, Terns easy. J. W. Bullard. upstair; COTTAGE
WA..VfED-Young! man to do billing cated. Best rooms in the city; cool I Pal tox St. Phone 1144.
i Life Insurance Company and stenographic work in wholesale Salisbury Building, Room 7 clean beds. Apply 128% East Gov1ernment 28% South finorUNLIMITED On North Tenth Avenue,

t grocery house. Address P. 0. Box 835 St. 4maylm Six rooms and hall, with !five larg
is the only straight life legal City. amount oi money to ioaa lots for IM1MEDIATE sale at
',reserve company organized in Florida. 29maylw '
of personal property.
THREE PLEASANT ROOMS to on all kinds
I I HOME OFFICE, TAMPA. CAPITAL STOCK $500,000 WANTED good cook at once. Manor I with privilege of light house keep.rent Special rates to business'men on large 54,300
: woman. Apply 227 E. Intenden Wanted Ing. 301 W. Chase. loans. The New York, Loan Co.,204outh %
" ; I ISSUES' ENDOWMENT AND LIFE POLICIES FROM $50 TO $10,000 cia St. 29may3t! I 1nrnnnfltLrLr4WurJunJwWJsuru-u, JtJLflJUW tjt 3upr S Paiafox., All property in the Maxem trw,

WANTED-D. B. White wants your NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for renton ;Test of "C" street for sale.
!, Pensacola Office: Brosnaham Building IWI--\NTED-//: Laborers. Apply at I 'hauling and transfer work. 'Satisfaction I North Hill car line; location --

[ _.__.___y-i--- :' once. Goulding Fertilizer Co. 27mI _.. guarnteed.- Address 1501-N I I,I very desirable. Apply 208 W. Gadsdea I HOTELS. Jfflfl
, Lr I _th Ave., or pnone 390. street 25aprll W 'JW REAL ESTATE
WANTED-At once, good house man. I: HOTEL; CLOISED-The Ellis }louseclos.ses I-
Apply at 619 N. P lafQx. PLEASANT place to board on North remain closed r all kinds; business properties. lots
r 20may I See the Pluto Water' display at Hoo- May 31 and will ;:
For Farm Turoentine .; Hill on car line. Address .1 etc. Don't buy or rent until
ton's Pharmacy. Jame3 iicHugh, No.8. for the summer. f'1's.' L. E.: Monroe you iia\o
Ii Timber Lands, Will Double In WlANTEID-Girl to learn tailor trade. wholesale agent. ljunelm;| _care Journal. 27mar Proprietress Milton. Fla. found what we have to offer.

n LARGE; "OR SMALL QUANTITY ; Apply at once to J. Weiland, 132 E. Old newspapers at five cents a bundle I V******J *w. .V .
j r Call on or Address I Intendencia St 26maylw WANTED-Everybody to call and I at this office. They are all clean COMMERCIAL HOTEL Ds-Funiak Fisher Real Estate Agency
the Perfect
see
Pantry.
Lawhorn and nice. .
1r. Turner & Aymard Value TEAMING WA1\"TED-We can give land Blackburn, agents, 109 E. Gov Fla.-New management; newly furnished COLLECTION
: Insideof steady employment for twelve to'I 'rnment street. "" 27may1m* ; free bath and sample rpoms; OF RENTS A

I' r. Real Estate and Abstrat Co. fifteen logging teams. Short meals and good beds. Travel SPECIALTY.Phone .
! P. 0. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs.Fla haul WANTED 12 14 foot&kiff. ,. .,Miscellaneousl\ ug men especially solicited.( Rates $2 87. 206
good ground. Call on or write R. A. or Apply WlflfliWL, flS,,,t ,mwvw-Jw __JuJ, S. Palafox St.
& R. H. Bonifay McDavId Fla. stating particulars and price. per day. Mrs. M. H. Stanley, Prop. ,
EXCURSION TO
f Year 24may. Thos. C. Watson, 37 S. Pafafox. LAND-41'he SANTA ROSA IS-i 29may.
a :i:7 steamer Capt. Fritz{.
may.
will run an excursion from Freeport MoCASKILL HOUSE Freeport Fla.-
I WANTED-Men and boys wanted to OUR MOTTO-Honest '.weight and to the island, leaving Freeport Friday, Good meals, 'good: beds. Patronage $700Buys

That is what learn plumbing plastering brick- honest dealings. California Evaporated June 1, returning Saturday. Fare,: of traveling public solicited.! Rates
a great deal of real es I f
laying. Special offer life
t It tate f In Pensacola is 'going to do and I scholarship Peaches, 15c per pound, 2 Ibs.for25c I. round trip $1.00. 27maylwiNOTICE I 2.00 per day. Mrs. M. McCasklll, five room cottage near R. :.
fifty dollars '
II It some of it; is in the following list: position and union easy card guaranteed payments; ; California: Evaporated Prunes machines|' P roprietress.'r shops, $100 cash The rest on moc1:: :
Half : lOc per Ibs., 3.Ibs. for 25cj-fine London Having installed P 'r pa "ments. Come quick and look .t
block
i in New City, fronting, free catalogue. Coyne Bros. Trade for the manufacture of galvanized .
Layer Raisins 2 lbs. for 25c Heinz Gver.I
II Calalonia square .. .. .. .. ..$750 t Schools, New York Chicago, St. Louis. ; Apple iron cornice skylights, cornice: 'gut-j day when you can 'get as good room
Butter per crock 40c. E. B. Hoff.1man for SOc. Coolest place in $175.
I : and bed
t Half block in East King Tract ISmayly. I ters, circular mouldings, etc., I I
in am now!
settled Ii i & Son51, E. Gregory, St. Phone { Pensacola! and you can go out an"d get Per lot buys 12 lots on North ILli near
neighborhood. to !
J . ..$700 I WANTED-Everyone to know that 825. t; lomaylm all prepared kinds do sheet netal work ofj 1 what you want to eat. Ope'block from I car line, North DeVillers.
One-fourth block on> Toledo on short notice. Satisfaction -
square The Journal has nice clean old pApers -: post office. 22ma
New City. .. .. .. .. .. ..$800 I for sale cheap. Only five cents! WANTED-The public to know thatthe I assured. Estimates cheerfully: C. R. YAEGERNo.
I 0 Lots on 11th and 12th avenues New! a bundle. Pensacola Building, Association given en work in or outside: the city.I i SUMMER BOARDERS-The Hotel

City at.. . ... ,. .. ..$200]i I has decided to follow the lead of the Chas B. Vetter 18 W. Intendencia.Phone698. Hyatt is now open for spring and sum .
mer'trade. 202 Theisen
People who wish to rest Bldg. Phone 686.
; 25maylai I
20'0xl32 feet on East Hill : WANTED-A: ood nurse. Apply C. progressive youn'g men who have established '
I car -
line .. .... .... .. ..$1250 p H. Turner corner Strong and Bay- that modern and up-to-date SANTA and build up the Hyatt is the place.
len Sts. Smay thoroughfare, DeLuna street, and that ROSA-Pavilion, L. S. s: offers Hotel Hyatt is the beet and most up-
1H Lots in East King Tract or West they are an up-to-date and modern the best accommodation for, to-date hotel north of Atlanta; .beautifully FOR RENT

Save both by conferring with us I King Tract very cheap and on easy; WANTED-First-class Darber for colored firm; and have taken offices j bathing and recreation to be found on L located; plenty to eat; good ,' ,,.,n.,,,, J -
.i when out to 'buy REAL ESTATE. See I terms. Improved property In Wsst trade. Ring 10101 ring or at 210 DeLuna St., and are the Gulf of Mexico. Launch Leclair spring water; cool nights; perfectly ''FOR RENT iA six fur
H: us about some of the following: i King Tract netting per cent on investment call at Sylvester Campbell Store near ready to serve the public in leaves city wharf daily at S:00 a. m. healthy; no mosquitoes; no malady; a nished from room house

p: Store N. DeVillier street renting : I dummy depot Warrington, Fla. the building line. General contractingand Phone 659. Chas. H. Burton Mfcr. home-like place to rest: ; 87 miles: longer. Water and now until October.\or'
for electric light? <-
i $180 per .$1500 See us in regard to Lake View Hay 24 apri. 12may. north of Atlanta on L. and N. railroad!
repair
work
dress Mrs.
a M.
t House on North "C" street, cheap specialty plans P. Powell, Box 42. E."r
en Property. Prettiest D. M. Hyatt Proprietor Ellijay, Ga.
place
t in New and specifications furnished with estimates green Ala. 3ImalI \\'
: .$600 City and is on Bayou Texar. on short notice. Jas. M. If you will look around the house 19maylm.
;:' House on East Ara'gon street only WANTED Johnson Mgr. you will find a lot of ways; in whicli I FOR RENT-iLarge brick warehous-; ,
' .$650 .. Smay OLD MILL INN..on: bay front. Opens i!
D. Hale you can use old newspapers. You I 50x75 on side track. Central
pan
98 acres of good farming land a Wilson & Co. June 1. Large airy and delightful-j I
'j SITUATION can buy them in any quantity at this ;|of city. :Addlress Box 712
WANTED WANTED-Second City.
! : bargain at .$1000 Phone 234 -Expert bookkeeper hand furniture, ly cool. Good fishing an !
15
South office.
I i Four blocks In West King Tract Palafox audits opens closes keeps bought and sold. Ring phone 754 They are put up in bundles, boating. First class table. On electrie ySOmaylw..

.$1000 small sets or any temporary work. F. or call at 112 S. Tarragona St H. C. cents convenient bundle.lIATTRESSES to carry. and sold at five car line 15 minutes ride from city. ]FOR RENT airs. F. C. Swift's place,

it' We have numerous other proper iwRiley, 204% S. Palafox St. SOmay O'Hara. 2may per Regular boarders and transients.| Just 3 miles out. west of city. ov-r-

ties listed with us and it would pay % AND FURNITURE-: Terms reasonable. Address Old! M1l1Inn. looking the bayou Chico. Lire;
you to consult us before making your SITUATION WANTED Expert bookkeeper SURETY ON BONOS! -The American Mattresses made to order; old ones Pensacola. Fla. 4may :roomy house. Just the place to spei:: I
If. and general office man. Address Surety Company, of, New I la
Investment The York. renovatei. New tIcks! the
furnished. MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL-Cl rkesvllle summer. !Apply to W. E. f av-r,
We in X care Journal. 20ma'lw.UNTEDiA prepared to execute at this city without ;
are receipt of advices from Second hand furniture bought ami I Ga. Nestling the *tat I Gas office. 30mayJil
among ipout-
a the' fire insurance companies delay Bonds and Undertakings required ,
i i .- sented by us "That all losses In reprei Call '\\ reliable' nurse to stay ,in .the courts, and /it6r the performance : sold.114 E.Upholsterin'g Belmont'St.city and repairing, phone d 771.DavisMfg. ne. tains of North Georgia. An ideal place II II FOR SALE OR RENT-A five roon
on premises. Apply 712 North Bar. of to rest. Scenery and climate unsur.! cottage with !bath
ifornia conflagration will be promptly contracts. Wm. D. Howe' Co., C./ T. Davis., Mgr.TAILORING and gasi'J' -
I paW and that THEY WILL CON. celona. :J.. 23may3 attorney 14%! E. Government St. passed. Beautiful walks and drives. 1107 E. Cervantes Street two block'
i 11NTJU TO FURNrSH ABSOLUTE People'sReal 2maylm. -B. L. Diamond; Tailor 365 feet piazzas.: Accessible to man,y from street car. Apply to H. W.Gibbs ".

,j INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY WANTED! position as cook In railroad Gents' clothing cleaned pressed and I points of interest No mosquitoes.Excellent .e I care of Forbes Store.
FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE FOR camp or saw mili..'< Address WANTED.-AH kinds ot electrical repaired on short notice. No. lift! I table. 19maylm; 26maylm.
i :ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS. "Cook" care Journal. '-,25maylw* work. I sell all kinds of electrical West Government 8+... Pensacola, Fla. .
k: Protect your home and business batteries and other electrical supplies. Idee.J. BROWN HOUSE-DeFupialt Springs.; FOR RFD.'T-Very cheap, a df>litb't.I!

against loss by fire by insuring with Estate WANTED-Your stenographic work. When you need me ring 345 or 955. Good beds, airy rooms, egan j location on bay shore, close to eiotrie
US. Pensacola Typewriter Exchange, E. W. Peake new Star Laundry building H. PORTER, sallmafcer, 716 South meals; free bath and sample rooms. car; bathing and fishing. F ns! I
315!% S. Paiafox St. Phone 379. E. Garden. ISdec.COURT Paiafox street Orders taken for: Special attention to' traveling !!men. place for camping parties, with piu' '

23may. tents, awnings, camp stools and house Rates, $2.00 per day. J, R. Brown of house room. Apply Fisher Ral I
ESCAMBIA
REALTY CO., ...and. HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan. Prop. Estate Agency 206 Palafox St ,

20-W2 S. Palafox Street WANTED-The public to know that Cleaning Club 212 N. eVi1le 8 SHIP .CHANDLERS-McKinrle Oert 25may. !
I Telephone 1052. w* can do all kinds of repairing St., Mrs. T. J. Davis Prop. Your patronage ing &; Co., wholesale and retail ship HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES ,I

General agents for, State, for Home I float building horse shoeing, etc. J. solicited; satisfaction guaraa chandlers and grocers only first-class -Before laying your, carpet or'ma FOR RENT-Two story 8 room noas", f
Life Insurance Co., of New York. Collecting G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feb teed. Careful attention given Iadi 5' house of kind in city. Fair prices to all. tIng. buy a 'Supply of'old newspapersto with gas hot and cold water, and all !

I garments. Phone 1222. stet MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-- put underneath and protect it. Only! [ other modern conveniences. AdjrF, I
MATTRESSES RENOVATED. New five cents a bundle at this office or apply 41 E. Chase street. lumaYFOR
WANTED-We want your orders for Willie Mlms Proprietor. Furniture
,- tick furnished if desired. Guaran. i
1 I FOR SALE teed. Crapet taken up and matting: 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original repairing of all kinds carpets FERRELL HOTEL-Sneads Florida; RENT-Elegant two-storv res.-

Agency laid if desired. Leave orders designs to select from. AH laid l furniture packed for shipping. Rates $2.00 per 'day. Nice rooms dence, St3. I
at corner !
Strong and
i ; :AIl kind of real estate for sale or : prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensacola. Phone 63. Next. to Tampa Landing. Sprin-; !
Green &; Watson. Phone 193. 7mar good beds table.the test J. M.i Fe:r- Apply to C. H. Turner. lOniay:
I i" ,ent,. North Hill and East Hill vacant 16feb.WANTED. 22ApriL 'ell, Prop. i7apr I
t lots. Some very choice ones at > FOR RENT-Two
A.NTED-All owners of poultry to CARRIAGES repaired and very desirable !
j good bargains for homes or investment Your property sold and rents collected know that we are agents for the celebrated .-Electric work of ah kind. Floats built to order. Horse repainted.shoeing JTCL VBRNON:-Rates $2 per: day. stores on first floor of Manhattan 1 1i
j" and : Conkey's Poultry 'Remedies. Let us clean your fans. rscair: your specialty. J. G. Welsh Special rate by 'week. Special at. i hotel Corner Garden and Baylen :
i .; One large lot on R. R. good factoryr prompt returns made on same. a Carriag tention to "men. Just
Give l1. Remember : Guaranteed to cure rupe, cholera: dynamo da jour wiring etc. Pan Co. 27feb traveling Free 'sam completed and arranged in first
me a c the
1 f'. warehouse site. One water front Office No. ; place.! gape and to kill fleas lice and-mites. 570. Pensacola: Electric Co., 205 S. ple room. Mrs. J. Po.'Mauldin. Prop.ISapr. class shape. For terms, particulars
12 E. Government
f > lot that a purchaser could make ; street in HACK .
noI' Music Also their wonderful egg, producer. F. Baylea.WANTED.. REGULAR : LINE-From Chip- etc.. apply Hooton & Watson. 2&Apr
: mistake to buy. One 40-acre farm House. A few bargains to offer
'S. ley making connections with mail -
Mellen & Co. Phone
No. .
end one of 160 acres both near Pea- today. 234.ISapr. .-The Merchants Transfer launch for points on St. Andrews bay. HOTEL SOUTHERN- pen- all the FOR RENT-Second story over Lin-

sacola.: 8 Co. wants your moving and hauling. Extra teams for traveling.men. Good year. American,and European plan. denstruth's jewelry store. Suitable! :
beautiful lots in New
t : Four choice brick business houses City one I Special summer rates. First-class for offices sleeping quarters or storage
block from' The best meats will : All breakage guaranteed. ,T. B. Tnor- horses comfortable vehicles. Call on I in
! line not
car ,
: on Palafox St. for sale. Fine invest for.$1500.00 cost you anymore every respect Pleasant and rooms. Lee Daniell. 24arr
than the sen. Provo Phone 978. ISjunelm or address J. C. Sinclair Chipley Fh 1. COIJvenient. -
t ment property. Few choice offices poorest kind: if 'you L Mrs. T.: L. Bowen
,
: Prop. :
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Pea-
i 5 lots In Dallas Tract 2 blocks buy at the right place. Vegetables 'tW Telephone No 74. 28aprI' ] FOR RENT-8-room, 2-story Cottage
for rent '
ANTE >-Hauling 'a 4"uanstBr sacola. Fla.
1 S from car line.. .. .... .. ..$3500.00 poultry beef pork etc. 'Gartland I5apr> 318 W.. Belmont Apply to Walker
.; Turpentine men all get rich and I I : & work Office phone 363; residence CENTRAL HOTEL,, ..CHIPLEY-Qp Ingraham. ApnlO::
have good turpentine business foreale Zelius; cor. Baylen an} l tendencIa. phone 390. Acosta & White 22-28 N. Found depot Large and w lj '

cheap. 15 crops boxes plenty Phone 1132. 24may Tarragona St. 25mar. JuJ-rAnJ-rfnfruru'u-nnrvMr-.' I"IIP" rooms. Free sample-room., Meals lighted! A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for
; round Umber lease on which together at rent, suitable for furniture or other
, :: with boxes good seven years longer. N. McH. OERTING SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANT WANTED.-The 'Jp-ublfc to know! that FOUND Calico pony. (For information : all hours. Special$2.09 attention .to traveling goods 104 and 106 South TarragonaSt

1 '- ,iWrlte or call and see schedule of i ED-Highest price paid for gents' old newspapers can be bought at appl at.stables at Fort Barrancas. 1s Prop.men .per day. J. M. |Tugfle. Phone 680 Ono

property.H. clothing only. Sell second hand goods. this office! for five cents a bundle. They 31may2t ISmirlm sale or
Phone 476.NOTICE. l Dress suits for rent, 9"Eo' Intendencia.. are all clean and nice. CHIPLEY HOTEL-Can: Setterlml A..vrED.-Real Estate for business
rent, lea Your
or exchange.
t Prop. Special attention to .
T. ;
CRAWFORD conynercial
! WANTED-To sell lot of old respectfully solicited. J. A"II.
WANTED-To buy old} gold and silver a papers LOST travelers. Free sample 'and bath
' ',' 315 . -' fice. They are all' whole clean andnice. street Room 7, Salisbury
j. Cash paid. LIgatmaa &; Klein with diamond> $2 per day. 13m rlL1BAY 23Jan

. ,- B. L. Gladden is no longer ,in our 106 E. Wright Phone 11Z7.- in center; lost Monday,, either on HtTEL.-open sight and :'flay. building. Phone 172.

fi'!: HATS AT THE M. & 0. CLOTHING employ. o depot car line; oh Tarragona or railroad [I- European plan. Rebmg light'andclean. JUST RECEIVED 100 GENUINE
WANTED.-A. R. PANAMA :
Blngham want GENUINE
*I IMPORTED
I wharf
or
possibly at Wittich's
?! GENUINE IMPORTED! PANAMA} HOOTON & WATSON.llmaiw Ip Transient trade solicIts IMPORTED PANAMA HATS AT THE_
your moving and hauling. He HATS AT THE
gua M. & 0. CLOTHINGT9RE boom. Reward for return this office.30mayl2 .
,,1.I '',-: tR'$3.50, WORTH $5.00 ''f.Ut es all breakage. Phone 63.0. $3.50, WORTH'$5.00. Prop.575-579 'S. Palafox.. ,- Jw.r S. NlcQl&q! WORTH M. & 0. $3.00.CLOTHING STORE; 33 O

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wantedWANTEDIN .u $ $ For. w Sale-.r 4FOR 'H... 4KH H 4HflI4. McMillan Bros. Co. Professional Directory Florida and Alabama : 1 f


ESCAMBIA COUNTY cheap SALE for-Bicycle cash. ,Apply good as Marrion-new; .i1usii & COMPANY 1 ... 1' LAND COMPANYManufacturers 'I

Curry Co., next to Moore Ice Co., W. ,"
T G
YATES
COUNTY : M. D
....A.. ESCAMBIA FLAVOR Garden St. Somay, ,, ol i
and Dealers in t
sANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA, FOR SAL' --Wlne, 'large young mule-, i COMMISSION BROKERS OPTICIAN LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES '!
sound as a dol'r, only 7 old; I J
FROM FIVE TO TEN THOUSAND years ; 306 THIESEN BUILOM AND KILN-DRIED SAP.
cheap if sold at mce., Address, Mule ..
ACRES OF LAND WITH FIVE TO care JournaL 30maylw i PENSACOLA FLA. .f;
II WEST INTENDENCIA STREET
i
----. .&9 BILE, ALABAMA.MARKETS. WM D. HOWE ;
,
SEVEN YEAR TURPENTINE PRIV. FOR SALE-Fine Leghorn, and Plymouth ,. MANWhere
>
ILEGE, WHICH WILL CUT AT Gregory: ; street.Hock chickens. 258 SOmaylw: East Private Wires N. Y., N. 0,,, and -Chicago.COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSaDdBONDSi. ATTORNEY 14/2 EAST AND GOVERNMENT COUNSELLOR AT ST.LAW will you and the maid ;

(Madam) and the Kiddies spend the,
FORTY BOXES PER i
LEAST
?
summer .
FOR S\LE-S': room cottage,, for sale, ,
ACRE. THOS. PEBLEY, PENSA-- cheap. Address D. A. Wampler! Pensacola Si. Andrews and Why not take a flyer (Our Flyer)
Cottage Hill Fla. 29maylw Exchanges Closed. \ to the finest Summer Country in the .
COLA, FLA. 26maylOt Yesterday being a legal holiday cot- world? Cool, Bracing and Invigorating j
FOR'SALE-Large concert hall phon] Bought! and Sold 011 Margin or for'Investment. ton and stock exchanges were cicsed Gulf Steamship Go, Colorado.It ; j

=- ograph in first-class condition cheap. hence no market quotations- were re-STEAMER TARPON.W. only takes a day. Leave St Louis! :

For Sale I S, A. Friedman's Saloon, 331 So. Pala : : Reference: First t Hallow! and Peoples Baato Phone 1173 J ceived. on the Missouri Pacific at 9:00 a. ru. '.
--*W'"l"lnrir1rnnnrLrLnjTjTjuxnnruTLnj' -rj- fo x St. .. G. BARHOW, Master, The next morning early you are in I
gee the Pluto Water display at Hoo- 24may ............... .......................... ..... Naval Stores. FIRST-CLASP PASSENQH5R AND. Colorado. i
'
on'!s Pharmcy. James MfcHugh, FOR SALE;-Lumber Is now cheap at I H- ': FREIGHT SERVICE. Living is Cheap. Write for description ,1
-Betwiwn:
"holesae! agent ljunelm Joel Frater's lumber yard on Bay. savannah, Ga., May 30.-The Dan.! : pamphlet-list ofiBoardingHouses ,
PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHl-
'V.V--A stores market closed today as follows:
len
street wharf. /Get his and etc.
SALE-One fine mantel, foldingbed prices WW ,.4 67V2WO COLA. CARRABELLE. ST. AN-
fOR build, you a home; before: prices ad DREWS. MILLVlLLE. .
(latest) sitting chairs,-'baby' carriage vance which fLY AND MOSQUITO SCREENS.Put I .4 55 to 4 65 LOW RATESTo
Is sure t 'come. And all points on St Andrews
Bay
dishes, cooking utensils, etc. 23maylm. N. t..4 50 to 4 65
Carrabelle and Apalachfcola.SCHEDULE !
Appl>' S16 E. Jackson St. M.M . .U'.. ... .t.| 45 to 4 60 Denver, July 9th to 14th, account
25maYlw.1 in your own We have common size in stock K:'. .- 4 .10 to'4 55 meeting B. P. 0. Elks. i
have lot FOR KALE-|>air Leave Peusacoia Sunday, 8:30 "
FOR S.u.E-We a spotted ponies 5.I 1.4 35 to 4 55 a. To San Francisco, June 24th t* '1
suitable for flower pots and other years old, sound and gentle. Donkey of., for Mobile. A1&Leave '
.' Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO. H. .4 30 to 4 50 Pensacola, Tuesday. 8:30 July 6th. "
purposes; also a lot of whiskey, syrup and cart; just the thing for :children. !- G. .. 4 25 to 4 40 St. Millvtiie p. To Colorado and Salt lake City alt ;
Andrews
barrels which suitable One cheap farm horse . m. for Apa-
and other are one good .A"'N.V V.v.'V. ... V ., .420 lacMcola.. Carrabelle and intwmedltu cummer. j
for packing crockery or fish and cured mule. Hinman & Hecker, Century, E ..- .. .; .. .4 15 points. I. E. REHLANPER, ;
meats. We buy all kinds of, barrels, Fla. 23mayF0l ,I' D.3 85 to 3 95 For additional Information apply td Trav. Pass Agt. Chattanooiga, T81UI4 .,1
and re-cooper and clean them. Suppi J. R ,!
C. 3 65 to 370 SAUNDKRS, .
.
} always on hand. If you'.need any SALE-Nice, clean .014 newspapers Spirits Turpentine 57% cents. E. R. COBB. Pmldeat
barrels or have any for'sale, ring us at are cents a bundle. This of. Gen. Frt. and Pass.! Aft- ..
Phone 235 residence phone '591. fice. I I Pensacola. Fla.
(cp ,
Pensacola Cooperage, .Co.:.. GeoVucmich A. 1 YOUR MONEY WILL EARN BOARD MEASURE

Pres., No. .9 !3... Alcaniz.llmaylm. FOR SALE-Fine piece of land closeto
city Phone. 285 or call at 1102 ROUND TRIP SUMMERand
E. Gadsden. .' ISmaylw CASE IN COURT
4 PER CENT.
IXlf) SALE-GASOLINE. ENG "S-- ,

Several second-hand :gasoline engines NOTICE TO C.A1\"DlDA.TES-Those kf '-, H'
CONVENTION RATES .
in good order at reasonable wishing to make a.successful run', ., CASE'! OF, IMPORTANCE TO LUM. ,t .- .
'
.
One 8 horse one i 3 should themselves with :, '
prices. power supply a battle 5 in ,
Your money deposited OUt Savings Round trip 'excursions from
!Horse power and one 2 H. P. Ed B. of'PLUTO. Now is ttie"sea3on: to BER'MEN' WILL SOON BE DECIDED .
Banks, Pensacola, Fla. '27 maylw prepare your stomach and liver Department is a profitable and safe investment all points east to Pacific coast and 5
northwest from June 1 to September
against all diseases. Pluto will do,l it IN NEW YORK.,
FOR SALEr-Marine and stationary For sale by all druggists and.grocers., for your idle funds, and your 15, with special stop-over privileges,
--- to October 31 1906.
Wonder Gasoline returning
Engines
engines. good
,
wholesale by Jas McHu !l.
are the simplest, strongest and best money is available at any time i you Lumbermen in Florida as well as N. E. A. meeting at Los Angeles,

engines on the market for the money. FOR SALE Second hand .25 H, P, might need it-for other elsewhere, will be interest in the July 9-13.
Send for catalogue. Ed B. Banks boiler. Will sell cheap Apply to purposes. "board measure" ease now pending in Elks meetin'g at Denver, Colo., July

Pensacola 27maylw New Method Laundry. ISApril T If not convenient to call at the bank, New York City, and soon to be de- 16-21.
citfed, says the Jacksonville :Metropo Summer rates to Colorado! June 1
FOR SALE-A lot of old newspapers. deposits be sent safely by post- 30. .
FOR SALE-Fine hotel site; best sHuaticn may 11$ to September
Put up in bundles convenient forcarryln'g. in the city for a tourist ho- check Final briefs have been filed with i ;Hotel 'Men's ConventIon Portland,
bank
order order
office
Only five cents per bundle. tel, 130 feet fronting south by 172 feet express the board of United States general Ore., June 25-28. I I -
Apply this office. deep on East Government street, overlooking or registered letter.OF appraisers in New York in the so- Use the splendid through service ILwiltiI

CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton & Seville square and Adams called board measure case, and it is of the 'Southern Pacific' from New Or
Watson have just received a large street with open view of Pensacola expected that the tribunal will ren- I leans;; Union Pacific "from Kansas

supply of the latest city maps, showingi bay, $10,000 will buy the property .. der a decision within the next few City or Chicago. .
!) of the subdivisions. The maps are aays. The present test 'case-: like a Through Pullman tourist cars from

official: and down to date and are former one made last year, stands in Washington, Atlanta* ) Montgomery, THROUGH SERVICE
mounted on heavy linen. Regular apt.DIRECTORY the name of F. W. .Myers & Co.,'customs etc., and from St. "Louis.a.nd.; !. Chicago VIA'L.&N.E.&T.JUndC. .

wee, 2.50; special price on lots of FIRST NATIONAL BANK forwarders.The to California. 4 '.
merchandise in dispute is lum- Write for literature and intor-
fire or more to agents or real estate me 2 Yeatl >uled Throwh Train* Patty
men. Hooton & Watson. ; .1 her ,hich is assessable under para- mation. NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO 2
8may Joppa Lodge No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. graph 195 of the Dingley tariff at the J. F. VAN RBNSSELAER: I THROUGH SLEEPERS MO DAY COACHES
FOR SALE-Large Ice box, suitablefor Joppa Lodge/ No. 6, L. 0. 0. F, PENSACOLA, FLA.: rate of $2 per 1,000 feet, board General ,Agent, IEW0LEASTOCHIC1dDININO
grocary store or market and meets every'Tuesday evening at 7:30 measur.9. The question at issue between 124 Peachtree St., Atlanta Ga I OARS ?E3V HQ-*U. MCALA-'Ett (R IKS'
soda fount, with 20 syrup cups. All in o'clock at Odd .F l1oW8 Hall. Belmont W. H.KHOWLES.' Pre a. W.:K.Hrm,Ja., V.-PrM.and C 1\ier. the government and the importers R. 0. BEAN. T. P. A. n.mujuNa.p.&.. s-iioc 1 .Ap. ,
good condition. Will sell and Baylen.. street. Visiting brethren T. W, BHIKT and W,K, ROBERTS, Aart.Ca&ter&f I EvANvtLt. .... MUtlOlTn TV*.
cheap or is that. the unit of board
L I DIHECTOES-F,C. Brent. W, A. Blounl, W- H Knowlgs. W. K. flyer, Jr G. W. ELY T. P. A, -_
exchange for other property. ApplyT. art cordially invited. D. Q. Brent measure ig a piece of wood one foot I I
J. 1021 Ninth T. H/FLEBTWOOD. N, G.. 'I\ .
Bucey, avenue. long, one foot wids and one inch -4
7raaylta* J. W- GINGLES, S'$c. 11 thick..

FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire I 31jan6m. -.. .._ J _:. It is further insisted by the importers LOUISVILLE & HftSHVILLE RAILROAD ,COMPLY
hogs best of breeding. Ask ; that the number of feet in any importation ,
for
; PesEacola Logs: NO. 3, K. of P. of lumber must be deter Through-aM Ucal Tim* Tablu Between Pantactlt aai Prints forth.
catalogue. Carl! Setterlind, Chipley i of Pensacola Improvement Bonds ,
Fla. I meets everyMonday evening at 8 City mined by: the application of ths ( REAAF'
j o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall above-named unit, whether the lumber READ DOW : Ns.
FOR SALE OR RENT Two lighters; over lou stable "VV, Jnfendencla St. is over one inch or under one Trains Nos. Tt3ihs 3 1
one with capacity for 75 thousand ft. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.J. : Denomination! $1OOO.oo Each. inch*in thickness; On the other hand, 2 4 .

lumber, the other thirty thousand ca KIRKPATRICK., C. C. Dated Jan., 1906. Maturing Jan.1,1936. Redeemable Jan. i,, 1926.. ths assessment of the Treasury Department 1:05pm: 11:55am Li-. .. .. tUiCe a. .. .Ar. i1U/ pm
pacity. Rates reasonable. Also two H. HORSLER J{. of :R. ,& S ,. has proceeded on the theory 6:30am: S:2'Opm Ar. ;.. .)1ontgomery. .. ,. .LV. :-m 1Li,53n11:45am
skiff boats for sale cheap, 22 ft. long! -- Interest Payable Semi-Annually. ;: g that lumber under one inch shouldbe : 9:10pm Ar. .Birmngb: m ., .. Iiv. 4pin 8:3ani
5 ft beams. Telephone or write J. A.Chaffin .i Ak M eetlngs''of the ;- measured as if it were one inch 7:25pm 3:17am: .r. h. .. ,Nas1ill11e. . ..,Iv.; i,r: a.Jl,1 %:2.tPJ
Knights Coiumoua :
& Co.. Milton. Fla. 25marON held of at their! hall We Offer For Sale These Bonds Subject -to in thickness, although different thick- -8t0pm: 3:37am Lv. ':I711.JI1"? 25J:

THE HIGH LAND-East Hill electric No.Ire ..8 West Intendea-, Prior Sale In Amount to : nesses over one inch should be treat- 1:25am I 8:16am: Ar.. EvaavI11e. .. ...!.X.'f $ )i: f::
their actual thick- Ar. ..SL J.os. .,. $4pO.! Z-3pni
car line, six lots 100 ft. frontby 'iVl'v cia street, on every ed in proportion to 7:40am 2:10pm: "
137% deep corners 1700. Inside % 4f Monday evening at Suit Purchaser. ness.! 7SOpm 3:27am by;. ., .) aahtite.. ..: : ." ', : 1!: $am
:'ots $600. There are no better situations I 7:30 o'clock. An in. The National Association of Lumber 2ltam: I 8IOam; Al.. .. .Louis'9' le .. .. .Lv. Z4at.4: 93Onn7POam

than these lots. A. V. Clubbs. I4 pr viUtion i* extended: Correspondence Invited. Dealers, through a special com- : It eln'R Ar. : .. .C1uclnnaU . ,4 O3ii J 6QdPmqetwoen
--- to visiting Knights. mittE., has appeared before the boa'd
JUST RECEIVED-Large ealpment: of appraisers and states' in reasons Mobile and Nw
JOHN B. JONES. P.nsa ola, Qtci..ns.

gallon imported or larger Olive quantity.Oil Retail G. Morasso by pint. J.; S. LEONARD'Recorder., Grand Knight. THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA I w'hy thin for lumber.dutiable should purposes not as be if regarded it- -6&7 2&.3 4&.11 3&.2 'f&.4 5&.6-.

& Co., ship chandlers and grocers, 701 were an inch thick. In a brief filed 1:06am: 11:O5pni11:54gijifjy.Pensacola..Ar4f: 6:00a [t -.G:30pxq
South Palafox._ 4oct. Daughter'OR'ebeka PENSACOLALFLA. with the board Ev.erit Brown and 10:45am 2:56am 4:12pmIAr. .Mobl1e .Lv. 2:4C Unill:59am! : 2:8q'
,
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Those Naomi Lodge, No. 10, .Daughters John 'TYancis Strauss, counsel for 6:00pm 7:15am 8I5pm1Ar.NeW: Orleanll! Lv S:15pm1. . .....S 251uD :
: -, Myers & Co. ask the customs tribunal '
wishing to make a successful run Rebekah, meets every Monday nlghtl ,
River Junctton and Jacksonville.
should supply themselves with a bot. at 8 o'clock in L O. 0. F, hall. VisitIng .I to reverse its previous decisionand F'lomaton, Pensacola, .
tie of PLUTO. Now is the season to sisters cordially invited to be pres Ate. 5603. find in favor of the contention of 21 I S I 1 I 3 TralniJ! do not stop at stations I 2 I 4 I 6 J 22

prepare your stomach and liver ent. C.W. LAMAR, President JOHN PFEIFFER( Assistant Cashier. the importers. The brief acknowl- Daily\DailYIDal1yjDaily\ where 110 tune 18 shown 1 Daily DaliyDa1lyJtsijT455 :

against all diseases. Plutp will do it. MTtS'B. ,R.'WITKOVSKI.MISS j t M. E. CLARK.Vice-president and Cashier. J. W. ANDREWS, Assistant Cashier. edgement that there is some; dispute :-:: : 2Z: (; 2:50 Lv.. .. .Flomaton .. .Ar. 1:4: 1:2: ;) i5.: ....

For sale by all druggists and grocers, : KENDRICK,, Sec among the witnesses called before .... 5:00 2:36 2:65.: .. .. :.Century .. U:40: 1:21: 8:21.....
wholesale by Jas McHugh. I the appraisers regarding' the application "- ,... 5:01: 2: 1'3OS.. .. :.. .Bluff.Springs . '12:33: l5 8:15.....
FOR SALE.-improved and M. E. B.. A,. No, 81, .meets.first and' THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK of the term "board measure, .... 5:17'2:51'320.: ... .McDavld. ...... '12:22' 109 SOti. .. .

property in all parts' of unimproved the city.J -. third Wednesday -evening at 7:30 p. but it is asserted, that the overwhelm' .... 5:30 3:0ij'3:361.: .. ..Pine Barren .. ... .UOi 1252_ 7:5,5, .....

A. Wilson & Co., Real Estat Agents m., Rafford! Hall, No 10. West Inten. OF PENSACQL/l fLA. ing weight of the evidence adatoced .. 5:89 3:131'8:50.: .o' ;.., ..M3Ltno.11:59 U:48 77.Quintette ......
Room 7. Salisbury building. Phone, dencia street j, DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY\ OF UNITED_ STATES on the trial of the case supports the .. '5:43 .....\\4:04: .. .. : .. . .. '11:51: '12:34.7:32. ._.
A. G: FELL- Pres. .I" view that in trade and commerce, .. '5:63: '311":11. ,.. ,; ..Cotta e mil .. ...'11:44h12:297f4 .......
!"I_23jan : CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS 60000. board measure!!! means the same thing .. '11:40
J. L. SWEENEY. See. .. '5:57 3:2415: : . .. Cantonment : 12:26 7:31.....,
FOR SALE-Three yoke of oxen and .. -. whether applied to lumber under one '
DIRECTORS ... &:013:31'4S.. .. ; .. .Gonza1ez. 11:35'U: 7I5. ....
log cart; good team in good condition Pensacola Lodge No. .4, 1. 0. 0. F. inch or to lumber over one inch in ... 'StU'3SS'4:25.: .: ;. ;..Roberta.. .. '1l:31U197:24 ... .

t and working every day. Price Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. ,0, 0: P., Henry L, Covington Frank Reilly, F. C. Brawncr, thickness.' ..... '6:1245444: .. .. .. .. .Olive.. .. '1122Z: '7:15 .....,
J300. Call on or write J. A. Chaffin & meets everyThursBarveiting at 7:20 J. M. Pfelffer, W S, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar, "No one, sa.ys the briaf, "Wo: .... '6:21'3:51'4:48.: .. '.. ..Brent. .. '11gia:4'7o9 .....,
\'o. Milton Fla. 29aprlm at the new hall on Belmont and Bayle"streets. Bryan Punwody, T. F. McGourln, J. R. Saunders, should read the record without hearing .. 65'a:54"4: : 2. .. ... .Goulding. . '11:11'12:01 7:05. ....

FOR SALE-Lady's saddle Visiting' brethren cordially A. rd.4veryi W. H. Milton 0. E. Maura, the witnesses would be long in . 6:30: 4:0 6:00 Ar...: ..Penu.cola Lv. U:05 11:55 7:00 .....
extra invited. E. GREKNBLATT, W. L. Co\\ hon, Pro W. J. Hannah, McKenzIe Oerting, doubt as to the relative value of ih good; fine Shepherd dog; also J. NEVILLE Secretary. Alex rdcGowfn, C. M. Covington, M. E. Clark. testimony of the importers' witnesses: I to. 21 "I No. %}
brand new Century Encyclopedia and as opposed to that of the government PM ; t M
Dictionary. Address :1102 East Gad w, 6w, Safety deposit boxes for rent at {2X0, $$3.00 and $50)0) the year. Frivate department witne ses. The witnesses for the 5:00 .. .. 7:00 Lv,.;: .Penl3.cola .. .Ar 10:5d: ......111:15:
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den__St., or phone 285. 9may Live Oak Camp No. '.I, W. U. W. in connection for lbs convenience of customers. importer' were all persons of long ex- 0 5:20........ 7:18. 1 .....Bohema. .. .. ..... ........... '1:31i(
maetg In Pythian Hal 11} 1st and 3rd pnence, of large, even enormous S 52.. ,. .. 7:15. ..;! ...Gull Pglnt., ,. ,u. *1t:3a .... *10tS
AUTOMOBILES. am agent for the Wednesdaysi& each mantlL Visiting! Four per cent interest Paid on Time Deposits. businesses, and from different partsof 0 5:25 .. ........ .. ;.... ..Tn1 ra.. .. .........., .. ........10.:6OS
Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos\ sovereigns cordially invited.F. the CQuntry. Many of them are { '1t! .. .' .. ..PJsca.mbl&. .. ......'10:18 .... .. '10:41:

from 500.00 up. They cost less than A.BOGHICH, C. C. prominent in their trade. S 5:2's..r: ...... 1:25.: .. '.. ...MI1at.! .. ... ... .. ... '10:3&
horses to keep up. They can be run LESLIE E. BROOKS,.'ClerK! -'- "They were acquainted with the C 5:45.: ...... .: :..:. .: .; .. .. .Harp. .O' .. .../. .. ... *10:32
In Eand or anywhere a horse can go. -j__ -- usagi3 in different parts of the country I : ... ....... 7:35: .. ;. .Galt City.. .. ... .... '101:

leslie E. Brooks. L HtLTON ORU'OASHIIS."T, .. WU t.1I:8: VIO..PuSIDPT, and among them the testimony 5:57.: .. ..... ... 1:39 :. ..; .. Iilton. ..... 14:19... .. 10.l(
OR SALE-Ten second Legal Advertisements R.U,BUSHKFLi : MORSNO.,A1D.QAQDt covered:! the entire United States be- ... ... ...... ., ,. ; .. .Goo[{ Range .. ..... ... ..."Sl; -

,Second hand office new safes and different Citizens National Bank sides Canada and the rest of the S 7:03.: . ... 8:15: ...;., ...Halts.. .. .. ....... ...* 9':15
SUts best makes at bargain, Estate of Henry' D. Peirce," Deceased world. They were clear! and distinctin : .. ... 8:30. ..; ... .11Ullgan.! .. .. .. : .. .. 8ii%
fcarritt Moreno, dfflce East prices. Creditors: }legatees: distributeesand of PeaucoU, Florida.DIRIC1QZ3. 'their ,stalments.and were absolutely 7:40. ... 8tS..1: ...Crestvle-w.. .. u. 9:04.: .. ....8:31
tent St. 'Govern-.marFoR. all persons having claims or demands t unshaken cross-examination.. S 8:09.. .. ... 8: 6.. .. :: .. .Deer Land. ,. .. .... ... .. 8:03
%. against! Uie"said estate are required Ge*. W.Wright. Moms Bear. .T.X.WeQel.| Bii M.Robinson. L. H taGre.n. Their testimony was harmonious; S 8:33.: .. ....9:10.: .. : .Mossy Head .. ,.. 833.. .. 7:40
SALE A fine piece of water to presept them .to me 'within A LIENELL/ BMXINQ"BVSINfSS JRANSACTCOFret. precise, definite and clear. It' wouldbe 9:16.: ... 9:85: .. ) Funlak Springs.. .. 8:13.. .. .. .6:57S

front property, 50 feet front on.West two years Jrom.this date. -- -- difficult to conceive of testimony E:30.. .. ..... 9U.. .. .. ..Argyle .. .... 7:44: ... .. 6:43 -
Bay Shore at the foot of Clubbs street :ANNA L.,PBIROB".Executrix.: I 1 \to whichwas of greater weight, considered 9:5: .. ....... 97.; .' Ponce DeLeon. .. .. 7:29....... 6:28

with; & 4 room !house: ftont and. back April 12. 1906. oawSw .. either from its value per sa, .. .. ... 10:10.. ., ...Westville.. .. .. .. 7:17.... .. 6:00
Rl'ery.'! has a nice wharf about 250 ,: J' I --- or from the' character of the people 10:12//.... ... 10:15.: .., .. ..Caryville.. ... .- ... 7:12 ... ... 55%,
feet long. running out tQ deep' water Proposals will be- received 'at the ". ----- who 'gve- it." 10:45 .. .... 10:3 .. eo' ....Bonifay.. .. ..... 8:55: ... ....... &:24

from the front gate. For 'a few days Bureau of Supplies! .,and :Accounts, II 'r.'CA db OQ"Jao.s:!,, Th _:,;attorneY9 for the importer 11:12. ... .. 10:47.: ..: .. .Chipley.. .. .. .. : ? ... .. 4:55
ft'v! it will be uJered at only $1500 N .Department! Washington, D, C., cite many authorities in support of 11:29 . .. ..lo.: .. ..: .. .Aycock.. .. .. :% ... ... 4:3
CiS It. Apply to Jos I. Johnson, at 11J\Ul; } 10 o'clock a. m., :June. 19. 1966,, Wbolettle tnd Retail Dealer ia their/contention regarding the board l1U .. .... ... 11:0'7 .. .. ...Cottondale. .. .. : ... .. .4:2-1:

.!:...Friedman & Co.'s- .'store. 5may and publi IY. opened<< immediately! Steam,_ Domestic !tthracitc'! 0 measure unit, and plead that if thereis ) i 12:10: .". .... 11:25. ..' ....Marl-anna.. .. .. : ..... .... .. 3:53:

FOR SALE-Nice, clean old newspa. thereafter to furnish at tW navy yard and Blacksmith C A L any-.. 6ubt s' to the interpretation:! 1:44.. .. ... '11:45.. ... .. .Cypress. .. .. ... : .... .. 3:13:
'Pens 'oola. Fla. ,a --quantity of machine the term, It be resolved .' .. : ... ..... 3:01
pers. All whole and useful at home Office-No. 43 South Palafox street Telephone 91 to 'be given '12:55 ... ... 112.: .. ;.Grand Ridge. OIl
"f !n your store. Only five cents, per tools ete..as' foljows} : Sen. 564.'' In. favpr of the importers.John 1:13 ........ !: .. ..' .. .Sneada. .... : .. .... 2:43'
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'nndle.CANTED. Wood \lathe, revolving derrick, cent Yari corns Tarragona, and Gonzalez. EitTe,, ts' Phones 6,, and,......_37. % I 'A. ,Kemp, counsel :for the :government 1:30.: ... .... 12:15 "..River Junction : ....... .. 2:30
trifugal pump, 'plan r'nd'.Joiner: band ? I! :zor ; "-:- ..Ll has .also filed a brief wuh 10:50 ... ..\ 7:40 M ,. .JacksonvIlle. .. Lv I 9:05: [. _. .... 4:6(1: (

\ -To loan money on your saw, saw: setter, tc.---Sch.: 565. Grind the general appraisers, upholding the AM I. PM lAM I I P.I

Batches, jewelry and personal ef-- er, drills, serew machine! ,parts for engraving ......... .JIIIiIIII'I! !_ practice of the Treasury DepartmentHe andirains and 3 through sleeping car fcetwea
authorities to demonstrate Trains 21 and 22 2 carry
Highest cash for DUlcqi e.' Applications for You.r quoted
jrtts. price old gold Ordor-; Seaboard Air Line.
junction and
and silver. Llghtraan &: Klein, 106. B. proposals J!auld_:designate'i the. ;schedules WOOD.ft.om that the government's method of -.-Pensacola and Jacksonville---via--.Rim--- .
right Phone1127.. I desired by. number.. Blank pro- ICE, COAL and reaching a basis for assessment on *Traln stop on signal!

-- will be f furnished ; applica-- .the umber is rrect. -- ,
:pqsals ton : : theConsumers' -- -- --- ----------
I'on SALE Fine Ion the nav1Ji'aYoffice, "Pensacola.
pot flowers. : to
and Fuel Company. :
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Apply 1408 E. Gad-ien St;; or phone Fla., or to the" Bureau. "H. -T. B. Her j GENUINE IMPORTED PANAMA for The Journali
,14 G-rin'gs. Mrs. J* J' Rogers. ris, Paymaster-General ,U, ,S. N. ; Office-Corner Cb&se'lDd' Tarragopa.' Phone 239. HATS AT THE M. & 0. CLOTHING Subscribe.

t.n. 342-06 :..31. IS 1. -, T' r' "::1 STORE: $3.50. WORTH $5.00.




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t 'AGEEtGH1 THE PINS'A:: OLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1988 ". _

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1 t SPORTS MEN E NH HARASSED H [ DO YOUhave nUl ESTATE T[


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western teams in the Southern any trouble with : t x.

of the were the "Candy Kids" yester BY SPIES I: T TRAN'SFERSFollowing KAGAN a 0t1f4 to r. .. i

f Out representing.of :the.eight games New Orleans played, : YOUR FEET? %; ::+ '

and Memphis managed
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Feet win five games. Atlanta if'you do, there is"no.necessity for.It, is a list of recent real
a double header from Lit when you can get the only original estate transfers reported for The Jour -- r '- __ ,4' ',
Rock while !Birmingham ISTHMU5. nal by the Pensacola Abstract Co: ; i ; ) j jL

to take one of the two bat- BUNION LASTShoe "Win. S. Iteyser and J. M. Muldon to:>>
tE '
r: Hot from Memphis. !New Orleans .x.1: the W. S.'Keyser Co., lots 11 to 16, inclusive .
Nashville twice in red-hot /1 f and N. 8 ft..of lot 17, to'.ock: 24Wfcter ,
while Shrsveport got together ills at my store that will,make you Front $1. ,
f is the daylight out of Canal Commission 'Employees feel comfortable Just to look at, and a vllaxent Land, Co. to Jno. P. Lang-
two successive times in dream of paradise when. you-put them ford lots 24 ani 25 block 52, Maxent
I cold "Squire Brown" the Under Constant Surv illance'' on, and only $3.00 and .$3.50'per pair. Tract, $100 and '()ther considerations.!
kind editor of 'a Montgomery All the latest .shapes .in Snow, FJorshelm Asa'T. ,Fillingin to Geo. Beard 5 A.
pens will in all likelihood get out a Much Dissatisfaction and King Quality,Shoes at from of land ling in the Shackelford Grant
f fort solemn sorrowful face this $3.00 to $6. 0.,.guaranteed': fit the and known as Jno. Brosnaham land lying
r, shoes : "By Thunder" Finn1: foot and the purse; one trial and, .I on" line" fie-partJng! iackleford ED
i to gang playea1! New Orleans to Panma :May 30.-:The topic, know you'll come again. Grant from Sullivan land,.$25. L ROCK

Your stills in both games but the most in the minds of :the canal uPPt"r.'I. F. F. Bingham: to T. J. Bussy, lots 4 ,
: for managed to win by scores ,mission employees' these.:days! and 5, bcck,109, New City Tract, $350.I : ;
put I to 0 and 1 to 0., Shreveporfs.sleuth. Jt must not be concluded that COLEMAN I Executors of Wm. Fisher to A. Y. .<
s were only by one run in. there is a carnival of crime on.the Smith,- fractional ,lots 3 and 10, block :
; ; trial. Memphis only laid Br-i I I mus but there are certainly a great, 21,New City Tract $325. :: ( :The GreatlUome
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( low by a single scorexwh''e 212 Palafox st. .
not S.
Summer II IIf many "slip easys. Whether or ] lAlex'Lischkoff to A. Greenhut W. 50 -'
first the Barons blanked
game they make' up and go about disguised ft.-'of:lo{; 5 and all of lot 6, OU City: ,
cannot be told but certain (is that $1000 and other considerations.Geo. DrinK: For AllIndigestion
$2.50 to American League th,3 tW.r there is the greatest amount of ,reports ,
Beard to Fred James, 5 A. of
f
I Phildelphia 'and Cleveland filed on the personal ,action of BAY EXCURSION! land lying In Shakleford Grant knownas ill .
I double defeats. The d.2Spied! -
F !All t t canal employees that'. fever.foluwed: an"Shooflies" Jno Brcsnaham land;and being on T
.. outfit put the fixings to 'he! T"* I
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I I[ line separating Shack':', foxd Grant from
-, while,St. Louis took care of for'taettr '

i were' case.surprises in the Nation therefore not paid'to be' 'hlamed.work' pecia1y, 1t4! FRIDAY, JUNE I. Sullivan J. W.Bullock!.and. .$35.Jr. to Ida Sargent, lots .' r l ..........."..=oo=,.,..,"""- ..,.. ...

3I St. commissioned secret service: taen'sent. 14, 15 and 16, block 94, New City Trt.,
Louis tock a double
on from Washington; what -is $100 :
I The and other considerations.
out of New Chicago York in while the first Brooklyn game really bad the even"opportunity': thatis having-offered Benefit. Athletic Association j I I Jno. M xon to Geo. Bigs commencing : I The great value of a real
Giants captured the second to "get byt :Ore at NE cor.:of SE& of the SWV- of ,
grudges, makes the canal: 'wurltw mis- Sec. 10. T. 1, N. of R. 31 W., thence S.
I picious unhappy and 'morose.- 'fhe ...of the... 70 yards thence W. 70 yards thenceN. genuine Ginger Ale as a
furnished
Sallie hague
no sur
.' club the home the Sunday trip to 70 yards, thence E. 70
I -, only that Jacksonville won a yards, placeof i
f 205.207 Panama or Colon what ne atewhere. beginning 1 A., $7. remedial agent for Indigestion has

and what he drank an'd'with whom, Pensacola High School ,, C. N: McClure! to Alice W. Herman,
t the fellow? he was seen talking to, I II|I E. 25 2-3 ft. of lot 11, Old City $2000. been'thoro g1ily and satisfactorilyproven
AND RESULTS these are said to coaItute the information Harry L. Brcoks
to Henry M. Yon
k
i ;e
'!'' slip filed with the..heads of de Steamer MONARCH will leave Pal,
and
F. F, Bingham lots 9 and: 10, bit by Red Rock Ginger Ale.
Southern League. partments. :More tr.y"n? still ,the de- afox wharf at 6 p. m. for;Life'Saving j 3, D-nebon Tract $$100\.and< ; other coniderations. .

Won Lost Pet..i! partment head catches it, and then Station. ,
Orleans ,. .26 12 684 I there are the peer-sleuths .th m3elv.. Alice W. Herman to Susie Moreno This, statement is sustained by the fact

t .. .. .. ..25 13 658 If they are seen to take a, dr'.nk: ,.it is Fare 35 cents. lots land 2, block 201, Maxeat Tract, that eminent:and ethical physicians
: .. .. .... ..23 IS 609 r made the subjeit of -information $100 ant other considerations
this .. .. ..... ..22 17 564 j slip. In one or two instances men Refreshments Board. Philip Hernandez to JacoS Lapps enthusiasfyaUy recommend it
r- grand .. .. ....22 20 524 I have been promise an increase in Served on part of lot "M" block 17, Old City, have and weft in their practice.On .
t" r World's : _. .. .. 15 24 385, wages if they would file accounts of iIl';' R frontage of 27 ft. Cn the S. side
t though .... ? .. .. .14 28 333 the actions of bead of departments, of Intendencia St. by a depth of 170
the best Rock .. .... ..10 28 263 and, bein'g zealous( for aivancemut: ft.. $750. '
r they.haveoverpayed the part assigned J. W. sale (bottled) at all groceries, and on draught at soda founts-
Hyer
and Henry
Hyer to F.
H.
SHIPPING 5 NEWS[
i dye\ Keep Yesterday's Results. them. Turner,,.lots 1 to 5 and 16 to 20, inclusive
7-5; Little Rock 0-0. All of this :lad its origin: in the block 145, New City Tract, $1000.
; 2.1; Memphis 0-2. bringing to the isthmus by the chief
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and can Orleans 2.1; Nashville 00. engineer of a high-class secret serviceman Sailed. Do Not be Imposed
what yd 7-5 64. in order that here might he Upon.
: haven't ; Montgomery brought to hook a number of petty Ida Span ss, Garcia for Liverpool. Foley &; Co., Chicago originated Trade supplied by.CONSOLIDATED. GROCERY CO.,
we can malefactors who in Honeyand Tar as a throat and lung
South Atlantic League. were dealing Clm'1 i ----
and remedy, and on account of the Wholesale Distributors Pensacola.
save Won Lost Pct m'issary books and padding time rolls VESSELS IN PORT. great t ,
us a ., .. .. ... 25 11 692 and using canal material for personal merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
t- .. .. .. 19 17 528 'gain. Hiding behind his presence the Steamships.Barendrecht I and Tar, many imitations are offered ._ ----
Wm. .. .. ... 19 18 514 1 small bore individual who had if in Dutch ss..2,092. Hock.! for the genuine. These worthless 1m. pi '" -">"'" I 6a
_. .. 17 20 459} for his fellow sent in a letter or con. stra Rio Janiero. tations; have similar sounding names.
t' .. .. .. .17 21 448 jured oral informatida to. the effect Exmoor Br ss Storehouse, 2297: Beware of them. The genuine Foley's LET US CALL
i1? .. .. ... .16 20 444 I that the life being led by the informed; \iadiera to'Hyer Bros. i Honey and Tar is in a yellow pack-
upon was bad. Ida,. Span ss 2267; Liverpool to S.; -ige. Ask for it and refuse any sub- BEFORE THE: FIRE! WAGON.
Yesterday's Results. Just how it will end cannot be fore. P. Shotter & Co. I stitute. It is the best remedy for
I ; 4; Macon 2. told but just now it 'is a riduculous Lotiise Ger 83 1480, Bohndorf AAtwerp '- coughs and colds. For sale by W. A.
Too people wait for a fire before getting insurance
many
3; Savannah 1. farce productive of no good but, on ,to J. Sc reyer. I D'Alemberte
f &or on their house household goods, or stock. Better not
2; Columbia 1. the contrary, has caused a deep-seated I
wait. Too'late after the fire. Rate is small compared to
NOTICE.
feeling of d'sjatisfactlon: : among: the Ships. .,. i
\ I Notice is hereby given that the the degree of safety afforded. All our twenty companies
National League Results. employees.: 3terwho have been Canara,1ItLEhip, H95.a Repetts, Genoa I undersigned -
t 7-3; Boston 2-0. through the Philippines Cuba and to Master. '_ 7 I owners of the fol'owing vessels paying full losses In San Francisco.Insurance .
; 7-9; Cincinnati 51. 'Porto Rico, say that the general con. Harvest Queen Bjit ship' Forsyth, will not be responsible for any '
At | ( 2-2; New York 04. duct of the canal employes as coin- Rio Janiero to order.Nordstjernnen I debts contracted in the name of said Knowles'.Bros.
PensatalasFireLife
,4 pared with what they saw in those) Nor ship, 1.635.1 vessels unless, first authorIzed by a <
American League Results. countries is as a Sunday school to a raksen, La Guayra to W. S. Keyser written order signed by us. The above I .
l -.,,F:________I'S 4; Detroit 1. frce-iforall fight. The final employees &i Co. -' '-::1' notice refers to the following vessels:
5-5; Phildelphia 13. say that they ere particularlythe Schooner: Althea Franklin, Caldwell H.
York 8-7; Washington 26. victims ,of the, man with the Barks p Colt; Mary L Harty Amy Nixon Emma .
1.. Have Louis 7-6; 'Cleveland 24. "muck-rake" and they ask' that they Antigua Nor bk 1348 Ferguson, Jane Osceola Ariola Francis &

be given a "square deal" the same as New Orleans to.A. Zellus Margery, Silas Stearns Algoma Halcyon ..NN/N//NI/NI/NN..b......NNHNNNNN4oPZlk1TuA.OOIa
.1 Knights of Pythias. more exalted servants of the govern' King Malcolm, It bk Gufl 1233 Ge- William H. Warren Clara P. l :
i Lodge, No. 30, K. of P.. ment. I oa to Huges & Co. Sewell, Isabelle. i

I. hold 'regular meeting Thursday Nolloth"to Luisa ItaL master bk. 1591 Montano' from WARREN FISH COMPANY., t Iron Works, and Supply Co. !
May 31, at 8 o'clock. There will --
Guilty of Embezzlement 0'I
Late ItL bk., 92$.Efigan. Bas-
Erie
f in'3rd Rank; also nomination Minneapolis, M'nn.:: May 39.-Dr. J. to Master. I JUST RECEIVED 100 GENUINE Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, |
: for ensuing term. Every ,som FORGINGS, MILL AND! STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP I
G. Forge was found 'guilty of embezzling Monrovia, Nor bk,'1449, Aase, Ham ] IMPORTED PANAMA HATS AT THEM.
. is requested' to be present. 135 shares of Metropolitan Bank burg to order. ; & 0. CLOTHING STORE; $3.50 REPAIRS A SPECIALTY., Prompt attention given to all orders *.
rs of sister lodges and visiting i day or night for James McKay & Co.'s
stock from the Northwestern Nation. Port Sonoclan Uruguay bk, 1112 I WORTH $5.00. Agents celebrated Log and *
at the p cordially invited. al Life Insurance Co.,.of which he was Ferrea Mentevideo to German American Timber Dogs, alio chats of aft descriptions. Office phooje) 123 Resi f
WM. N. MADSEN. C. C. president. The trial lasted eight days I dence phone'l&M P. 6: Box: 123. PHIL WnTMAN Mgr. J
and Lbr. Co.
ing LEVY. K. R. S. I N1..1.X1101. 41 01N. ..4110....NI.IIN.IIN04. /
Paalo Angelo, Ital bk 1136 Bezzo. $100 REWARDA

i t ama hats A., M. LeFRANCAIS .<<' Precursore, Ital bk, Schiafflno, 1508, --

L VETERINARY! PHONE SURGEON 497. Genoa, Rebecca to Rosasco Crowell.Bros.Am bk 491 Daw, the capture reward of of$100 Jaqe will Haney be ,given escaped for ... ............................I4....... 44....1/140.

It IsTried. Porto Rico to J. I. Kelly & Co. from convict camp. Description: : 5

t Reese AL'REED'LECTU'RES GEOGRAPHY: CLASS TO Palmas.Sper<>, Nor. bk, 623 Bostig Las build feet ;7 age inches 21;; carriage 130 pounds erect; ;medium brown i Gas Lighted ;By Push Button. i

r' Sterling, Nor bk, Ellepsen, Labita: eyes, black hair; complexion black; .
11 N. Bay to order. .
class: la physical geography medium forehead; medium ears; round Let us install our pneumatic gas lighters which you light j
,. I ( ) from the Pensacola Hign Schooners. nose; medium mouth; good teeth; .your gaff by simply; pressing the -button. s
visited the local office of the : Donna Christina Am sen, McLeod round chin: ; short neck;; square shoulders -

bureau on May 28th. 29th 165, Belize. ; length of feet 10 inches; vaccination Gas at Reduced Prices Makes It the I
.. Each section was given a S. G. Haskill Am sch 569) Staples scar on 'left arm. ,
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lasting one hour and thirty l>ew York to Order. YARN BROTHERS CAMP .

; on ih.a contraction and use CantonmentCOfFEE .Cheapest .Li hting Agent in the City !
Your various instruments. the Stomach Troubles.. : ,

of. daily weather map male Mrs. Sue Martin an old and highly t :
&nd TrueThousands :And it Is certainly the best because of the softer glow
making of climatic charts and resident of Faisonia Mist; ,
respected and its greater likeness to daylight than any other lighting -
uses the tracking of of i
areas ;
sick with stomach trouble for
and law, barometric was agent known, Let usfurnish estimate of cost for in-
and pressure more than six months. Chamberlain'sStomach t tailing.
continents and oceans the of persons in and Liver Tablets cured her. t i
of .the. marine
weather
reports ;Pensacola have tried Red She says: "I can now eat anything
Pensacola Gas
storm.warning service. Three : $
I[ want and am the proudest womanin : Company
We the Pioneer :
weather :maps of successive Heart Beer and nearly all are ,
medI-
world such
; Your the to find a good .
which had been issued by the of them i have formed the cine. For sale by all druggists.! Coffee Roasters of 2 Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. .
t office were given each scholar "Red Heart" habit : .
The daily 'Weather map, Ask West Florida.t1dHUGN'S .........1p1.....+....11.............../1NIINN//N
locally, is posted in the pupils, anyone of them if Red NOTICE. _- i
f.: Are room, and a great inere- is, Heart( !Beer agrees) 'With We wish to inform the public that ] :::!

t'-{, here. by ''them in the study of them and 'they will 'say we have no connection with any other

cialty ogp: Their teacher, Miss'. yes. concern. BLENDShave
f. FISHING f
has taken courses in THE JOHN WHIT STORE TACKLE..
the b l d in the University of White. Mgr '
\ ?.' ', : ; Fishing) lines from lOc:to $1.50. Hooks 10 cents a dozen uP I
It is Not A trial
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NOTICE. no equal. Crab Nets, 25c Drop |in and buy tackle-get a pretty guol ;
\
;r Our Cured: After Twenty Years t' International Regular meeting Protective of Retail Association Clerks will convince the connoisseur outfit' for 25,and 50 cents.; i iE E I

of Torture. Local 25$, in o'd' army,building, 6:15; that \V e Cce's ''Book-ertore. I
Summer more' than twenty years Mr, J. Wednesday. May 30th.F. '
;>- bl 3322 Clinton SL, Minne- True of J. REIRA, Pres.B. make no extravagant Fhom ?$S;, 213 South Paltfox Strett Pen ctl I

; Minn. 'was ,tortured by sciati ? < :At $ The pain and suffering which he -
; during this time is beyond : NOTICE r ----

: Nothing gave him Other Brands Pursuant to the call of the Dsmo- Wholesale and Retail dLJOcI3.S

s t hot permanent relief until he used< i cratic County Executive Committee A good 8 day Parlor Clock.. .. ..... ..... .. ,.... ... .. _.. .....$:-,00
f:' Hats '8"Pa1n Balm. ,One appli there will be a second A good 8-day Parlor .Cloc vita alarm $3.00

if of that liniment relieved the ,' primary election, held 'on 8-day Mission Clocks. 12.75 to...:... ..... .:.. .... ... ... .. ., ...$5.00
t $3.50 and made'sleep and rest possible, Most all the other brands Tuesday the 12th day of June 1906,, GROCERS :Repairing. prices.J. '

i> Ing 'than 'one bottle has effected will make ,you biliousfor for the purpose of nominating candidates F. DAVIS, JEWELER, at Cods Book Store
er 1eht cure.. If 'troubled with cause' bad after effects for the following offices:. and all kinds of Feed

i : rheumatism' why not try Red ,Heart,,is equal to Two members of the House" of Rep- Stuffs.Wholesale I --- --
t great nt'b fU of Pain Balm'and see resentative. '
Y rselC how quickly it relieves any 15c beer and'better, One County Commf.ssloner: Distric t gii a BBB BBBBggBiJUiMfcdiiiUilggBfcJiaiBiMA

..'. bi._ !fV. : sale by all druggists. than all.lOc" brands.' Try.' No. 4. Can of f Paint i t is Mighty Handy to HaveAround'

it. FRANK REILLY; Pluto Water
CREW NOTICE. :A. H. D'ALEMBERTE, Chairman, ': I
E' "Neither the 'captain, own Secretary. : the' houses shop or barn. There's a whole lot of

r H.D. tan bk DcGregori Gio Batta eLewis Escambla Lodge No. 15, F. & A. M, and Retail. When, yor sherves floor or perhaps wagon, need
I will be responsible for the Special communication oj r painting. try a can of our Buvall 0. U, Paint. Just a.
debts contracted by the crew Escamhia Lodge No. 15. F. & good for house i/alntin-g/ ; and only $2.00 a gallon 1We
vessel Q < A. M., will be held! Thursda have sfcinf! } stains in red and green at 75 cents a gallon
G. FERRARI: Capt: Bear Co. evening :May 31st, at 7:3(; New .Orleans ,Grocery Co ,Get, our prices 09 lumber and builders' hardware.
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;- S O BROS.,.Consignees. o'clock. Work in F. C. degree Visiting

. f Corner brethren fraternally invited. Saunders Mill Company
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STOCK OF $3.50 C. D. BEYER Jas. McHugh
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r f $4.00 WALK-OVEII SHOES FOR W., G. BAILEY W. M.l I >
Wholesale Phone .717.
\ Distributers 21 East Garden Street.
f r WM. JOHNSON & SON. 2t ., Secretary. Phone'105. Proprietor. ,
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