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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: June 1, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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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, FLORIDA. 'FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 1. 1906. PRICE 5 .4
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KING BAREL ESCAPES HORRIBLE. f FATE T [ SENSATIONAL CHARGES 1i-!





DEATH ON WEDDING DA Y MADE BTMAYOR ftll


OF f LITTLE[ .. :.H
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Many Casualties Caused by Explosion FILIBUSTERING TACTICS CHARGED WITH VIOLATING Alderman D'AIemberte )= ::4. [


of Bomb in Wedding C HllOijN[ of Attack But '3H!


Cortege.AGORGEOUS. RESUMED BY DEMOCRATS 1 FEDERAL LOTTERY LAWS onerated their :;1 j11



I I Three Small Girls Craw! )Into a

SCENE Roll Call Demanded on EveryPointDiplomatic'and ; Trunk and Smotheredto ,M. L Rock and Sol Levy Indicted RED HOT ..tll
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Consular me INCREASE[ [ INACREAGE Dean CUTHRIELL R [ I II IS by United States Grand E :Y ,I1


Madrid Magnificently Decoratedin Bill Passed I r Jury. Chairman Zeiius Applies ;fd i

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New Queen's Honor. [ OFCOTTON'f FOUND BY' MOTHER DISCHARGEDBYCOURT I to Alderman Df .f11

SALARY OF AMBASSADOR TO TRUE BILLS' WERE RETURNED I .1'j1!
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WEDDING OF SPANISH RULER JAFAN REDUCED TO $12,000 PErt AGAINST PERSONS NAMED BY1 MAYOR CHARGES {-'11

AND PRINCESS ENA CELEBRAT. ANNUM-REPORT READY ON N After Four Hours 'S arch Bodiesof r C U T FEDERAL GRAND iNQUISITORIAL BERTE TRIED TO I :'j jj jjZEUUS ql


ED AMID SURROUNDINGS OF STATEHOOD BILLAGREEMENTEXPECTED Little Ones Di BiOOY SITTING AT NEW INTO *tj 1 1 1JIayor {

ORLEANS-ACCUSED WERE RE., ,
ON RAILROAD IRATE ,
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(ORIENTAL S'LENDOR-BRIDAL' rYered. GERMAN MAKES A '

ROBES MARVELS OF ELEGANCETHE BILL. Southern Cotton Men Say 'that CHILDREN HAD B'' Manslaughter Gravest Charge that LEASED ON NOMINAL BONDS., !! VIAL AND CHARGES ,._.J.J


PRESENTS.By 635,227 Acres More than Last TOGETHER DURIW&<3\THE AFTERNOON Could Be Made and Prose- A sensation and suprise was caused OF CONFIDENCE. :;t;,.,';J,

By Associated Press AND:: WERE ,NOT MISSED in Pensacola yesterday by the arrest -" -
-" cution Barred of M. L. Roch and Sol Levy, or' '::1
Washington May 31. The democrats Year
Have
Been Planted. UNTIL SUPPER TIME-LID OF f 1
Associated Press. in the house to-day resumed I charges of conspiracy to transport. : Bliss, Chairman ';
BIG TRUNK HAD CLOSED TIGHTLY and market lottery tickets ;in violation .... ,
Madrid May .-The wedding today their filibustering .tactics, demanding Board of Public Works
of King Alfonso and Princess roll calls-on every pos-1hl """-.' AND; CAUGHT.By Frank Cuthriell charged with the of the federal statutes tin lotte..yatIairs. I D'AIemberte of the :.- .1

Victoria was celebrated amid surroundings mentary point In spite of these tedious By Associated Press. murder of Elijah Allen near McKin- The arrest was made Wolf by figured in a sensational t. ;:j
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of almost orientally: mac delays the dip olUal\: au.. *>..i.- Jackson: Miss.; May 31.-The state nonville January 1, 1903 had a preliminary Deputy United States Marshal special meeting of the )
Press United States
Associated warrants issued by
nificent. Thousands crowded the sular appropriation bill passed carrying presidents and secretaries of the hearing before County JudgeBellinger on which occurred last night .:?-J
Chicago, 111., May 31.A dispatch to Court Clerk F. W. Marsh.
gaily decorated streets to see the royal 2734869. Several amendmentswere Southern Cotton released.The wry language was j
'Association
:; met here yesterday and was before ,,
the Tribune from Kankakee 111., saysthat The accused were brought
: pair with their splendid escort go adopted including a reductionin today behind closed doors to formu,I at the close of a fourhour'ssearch evidence, in the opinion of the Mr. ,Marsh sitting as United States Zelius and without ./ ;
to the church of San Jeronimo wherethe the salary of the ambassacor to charge plied the lie direct to J
that the gravest
late complete reports of cotton I for her three youngest Chil- ccurt showed Commissioner and he fixed the bondof
acreage -
performed.. Japan from $17,500 to $12,000 per eroberte when he replied :
ceremony was Diplomatic that could have been mane against t
of the accused at $1,000which .
dren Mrs. Adelord Van Slette found each ,
amount of fertilizer used ana'crop Alderman
representatives from most of year. Cuthriell would have been manslaughter made by the ,
them last night dead i iq a trunk in an: were readily furnished, F. r' ".1
conditions the Twelfth Precinct : 1
through cotton by :
the nations of the world
were prastnt and that as over two years the
and Will L. ;Moyer being
to add to the glory of the occa- I REPORT NEARLY READYON belt A upper chamber. All three were little) commission of I Levy a liar." ::. .
large attendance was pres One have expired since the bondsmen of Mr. Levy, while; S. H.! -
: girls the youngest mire baby. ,
BILL a J
! I STATEHOOD be crime that the statutes of I Bell W. H. Northup signed the The cause of all the :
s'on.As entLate dead body was sittint upright, the! and I ..
the royal couple returned to the this afternoon a bulletin was ether I limitation bar prosecution. for man bond of Mr. Roch. : I was the Board of Public 1
31.-The repn1li-1 others lay huddled to upon a I '
Washington May
palace, shouting thousands greeted the can in the House / issued showing the total acreage for,'pillow. The lid of the big trunk was! slaughter. The prisoner was there Early yesterday Clerk )Marsh received -manship matter end.the : ; .
bride with cries of "Long live Queen managers this year to 'be 27,634,718 against 26- tlipm. fore ordered: discharged from custodyby certified copies of indictment' council for the i-i
closed It is '.
Victoria." stated that the conference report o* 99,491 last year, an increase of 635, tightly upon sup- I man Zelius of the 'board :: j
Bellinger. Messrs. L and ;
Judge returned against $vy ,
the statehood bill would be made tomorrow (I posed"they had crawet'into: the trunk+ ;
227 acres or 2.29 per cent The Texasacreage represented by C. federal jury sitting sequent refusal to step ,i
The splendid pageant on the way or Saturday., The report ,during their play and* hat the Cuthriell was Roch by a grand .
from it is estimated, has increased cover I Moreno Jones. The accused did not in New Orleans. Warrants i issued Makes :
the church was broken in on bya provides that the people of Arizonaand fell and latched they i were I Mayor ;
bomb explosion! concerning which New Mexico may vote on the 7.90 per cent.TERRIFIC. suffocated. T he andJhat trunk had! take the stand, but the killing of Al-, by the clerk and placed in the The following i' '
particulars have not yet been made 1 ien was not denied. Cuthriell is the hands of the marshal to serve, with I >
question of joint statehooai at the regular been lifted out a bed. Mayor Bliss to the .'i'
public. Much confusion prevailedbut I man arrested in Alabama by Sheriff the result stated.It i -I :
election elect four the self-explanatory started
held to a delegateto STORMIN With their six boys and girls ,
the King and Queen reached the Van Pelt. I is known that in the past few I 't',
congress. The amendment is Van Sleetes moved here from a farm sensationalism rolling:
I palace in safety. I be reported exactly as introduced b tOJ at Beaverville a year,ago. Van Seete! Suits Filed. months the government has been; vigilant To the Honorable Board of ?,1I

Thrown By Boy. I I Senator :Foraker in the: senate a year LOUISVILLE is a teamster and is in good circum The following civil actions of Circuit have in lottery matters. It will be remembered -i I I City of Pensacola. ;..a
been filed in the office 1 that several hundred ,.
According to the few details avail ago. .... stances. Gentlemen-I regret
1 Clerk McMillan: t'cLc'3: ; were confiscated by :the collector -
able it appear. that: the bomb was! --:- The family occupy a five room : stances have arisen in ;.;
L. O. Kruffman vs. R. C. Sackoff, at Mobile and at other points.
thrown by a boy from a balcony'over AGREEMENT. EXPECTED 1 I house. The children ha PROPERTY DAMAGE IN William Johnsbn & Son garnishee; tickets were also : '
DOWNTOWN
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the street along which the procession I ON RAILROAD I RATE BILL}; out of doors much of the day listeningto in the of $200. I II attention serious charges :;i;
I damages sum' I.1 "
moving. The house was music and,watching martial dis member of this council. j
was the
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STRICTLY Bredt C. H Alston,
I _... George E. vs
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jirwppUy surrounded<< t.h..r-boy.jvas WashingtonMay: 31:>-The 'rate bft' play. Late in the afternoon the three 'James Stallworth and R. T. Thomas: ; CLERKS' PICNIC; Some weeks ago this tj- :" *,'
the and arrested. Another I conference committee has agreed OIl ,$50,000. fit to order an
only one found REACH youngest, Ida, eight years; Rosella damages in the sum of 2000. I I "A',7 .:
version of the affair says the ail .but eleven amendments. It is aged six and Pearl a'ged two, left the Court. Board of Public Works.

perpetrator escaped. A later report predicted that 'an agrement will be others going into the* house. Judge ,Laney Municipal returned ana presided I,, EARLY CLOSING gatlon was conducted .- r

says the bomb was not thrown at the reaches on all to-morrow. By Associated Press. Supper time came, and Mrs Van over the session of the municipal:I I cupied several weeks but .,:'j;

royal pair but at the carriage of Louisville May 31.-A terrific. Sleete's calls failed to bring any re court. Only eight cases were before : Today is the inauguration of the ious was discovered as i

Grand Duke Yaldimir of Russia who LAKE MOHONK wind and rain storm passed over this I sponse. After supper was over Mrs. His Honor and he was lenient only,,. Friday early closing movement, and by the report of the 1 j
escaped unhurt, although many of the Van Steele according to the story this council Action on f
city late this afternoon damaging nominal fines being assessed. George the shoppers should not fail to do. ,
soldier guards and horses were killed. property In the down town district! later told by the: family, turned her attention Ball charged :with cutting Peter their shopping this morning and attend was made a, special order :* ,
The axp'asion occurred just after CONFERENCE to the amount of 50000. Glass wa031 I to the house. She had gone Conelly with a knife was turned ove. ;;; the mammoth picnic of the Clerks'I quent meeting. In the' :'t}
the King's carriage passed and evidently blown in, roofs damaged and basements 1 I through the rooms a dozen times and i to the county. !: 'Benevolent Association at Electric! member of the ,,,i
the bomb was intended for flooded. The wind reached a'' at last in a sleeping room where wasa I 'Park in the afternoon. Ample preparations tee called on Chairman ]

some royal person following. velocity of 52.. miles an hoer and, large, old-fashioned roundingtoptrunk have been made by the'boys"I deavored to get him to "' i iI
King Alfonso and Queen Victoriagot LEADING FEATURE OF THE DAY caused much damage on the river. of the Saratoga variety observed -'I Van Sieete stood !in sympathetic stillness to care for a large crowd and every the chairmanship of the "9;1
out of their carriage and entered something she had overlooked.The for an 'instant. Then she put kind of possible amusement is on the I lie Works. He intimated : 1
znother. The queen was tremblingbut WAS ADDRESS CARCINALGIBBONS been taken the hand touched Ida and Zeiius as an inducement "' :,
TO WITHDRAW TROOPS: tray had from forth her and program, from the greasy pig and pole ."
gave no indication of fainting.The trunk the Mrs. Contact with the girl's head' vestigation would be -
FROM SAN FRANCISCOBy and was lying on bed. spoke. stunt to a burlesque baseball game I '
casualties were greatly in excess Van S'.ete lifted the lid of the closed and lack of response froze the woman I and dancing. If the amusement bring would resign and 'Jti! ,
of the numbers officially given Associated Press trunk and saw her two babies lying I II with horror. The children were dead. public is not satiafied with this that if he did not resign \

out and an officer of the infantry was Washington May 31.General I on a pillow in the bottom of the The trunk is not self-locking but it]'i I mixture, all that is necessary will be would likely call for his ;R$..
among those killed.Deflected By Associated Press Greeley has made arrangements for I I trunk.: Ida was sitting! upright, her has clasps that easily might snap and to ask for some special {-bargam", It is a very; serious /
by Wire. Lake )Mohonk. May 31.-The address the gradual withdrawal of troops head drooping on her breast ho'd it shut against the strength of: and it will be handed down. Wiat)|! member of this council to
Providentially the -royal couple escaped I, of Cardinal Gibbons was the from San! Francisco. J 1 I The children were so still that Mrs.! the children.YCU'0 I more could be desired? I secure the resignation of .7"tA>
of International I either by inducement
although one of the horses leaning feature the The prospects are for favorable! : fiver '
flrawng: their carriage was killed! ;;Arbitration Conference to-day. weather and with this as an inducement I dation, whether done
discussion The wise especially when the
Hague ,
The con '
and' the equery leading the animal' together with the an officer of the King's escort and ference was opened by Clifton: R. HATS 'IOt1Riwt.L'M which the funds will go the capacity,. is under investigation,
too soldiers were killed. An electric Breckenridge former minister to RtCNr' wta of the park will undoubtedly be tax:I peciall: waen the
sire Russia, who was followe dby Judge I man is a member of the
deflected the bomb will .
and probably 0 SONL00"h' ed. The proceeds go toward a.
through this William L. PenfieldBRITISH t Mardi Gras. i committee.
the king and queen I comic parade next ,
escaped death.At i OPf ICE';' Therefore I ask this
s MW 'vestigate the action of
least sixteen persons were killed WARS"IPIN L..1Ywou
mostly military and personal escort fo EXPORTS FOR THE .. D'Alemberte finance committee who is and a who

of the king and spectators. Many D \ 1
GREAT DANGER : I ticular person charged
ethers REtaULATEi
were injured. MONTH OF ;MAY voring to induce or
another carriage / coNGI f:5s: I
Quickly entering ; 1 to TRV Sr. I man Zelius into
the rojal 1 couple were rapidly drivento I connection it is due to
the COULD AUSSME ,The records in the office of Collector
palace. CHANCES OF REFLOATING' BATTLESHIP :!! of Customs Stillman show the vestigating committee
The scene in th? vicinity of the ex be investigated and the
plosion and the crowds following exports from Pensacola during -
was horrible MONTAGUE ARE ed whether any other
month of May ;
the :
1-re. ed in indescribable con
causing
fusion. DIMINISHING. v Austria .. .. .. .. .. .. v$ 43, 41 committee had any

:1idtars immediately occupied ali f,'. rJ11 I France. .. .. .. .. .. .. a, 15,120 I derstanding or other
Germany .. .. .. .. .. ;, 150,267 nite or impMed with
streeis leading to the scene.
Italy .. .. .. .. .. \. 107,425 I emberte in this action.
Telegraph! offices were thronged but By Associated Press.' 1 Netherlands.. .. .. .. .. .i 23,290 I In case the investi .
a
a rigid censorship was instituted. Lundy Island. Eng.. May 31.-The Spain. .. .. .. .... .. .f. 31,816BEng I these 'grave charges it
The chamber from which the bomb British battleship Montague, which proper for this council to
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'and .. .. .. .. .:. 833,689\
to x'- hurled was taken on _May 22 I I went ashore yesterday, remains fast Cuba. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 7.201 stitute Impeachment
a man from Barcelona giving the I; on the rocks and is in a critical pcsi- Argentine.. .. .. .. .. .. 21,515 against the guilty 'Parties.Respectfully .

name Moral. When the police surrounded I I tion. The chances df refloating her Fr. _Africa.. .. .. .. .. .i, 9lW '
house the attemptfa
the man are diminishing. CHAS.
to An- I No I !
) escape but was captured. Total. .. .... .. ..$1,248,011
the7 man escaped, over the roof. Zeiius Absent.
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STAYS SENTENCE OF 01 hI IMII
As soon as the

The Wedding Dress. HENRY yhs. Vil i Gh 11Ij III IJ II iii) TENNESSEE : I the chief executive was
1 man Muldon asked that
The wedding dress has attracted GREENE & GAYNORBy Dam DRop wily t I
great interest in Spain, as it it trulya : .1i'l Of I i I ,I consent be granted
t Tt10St(' CONVENTION .
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council.A
Spanish proaHict In fabric and finish ,\ _lra I IN to address the
i except for the wonderful Brussels Associated Press., 1tiDLf.S"fOL1..0) '.. N I I call was made for Mr.
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tae he failed to answer.
has
> which been brought to adorn Macon Ga., May 31.TUnited States .
it It was a fancy of the king and Circuit Court of Appeals today granted ; By ,Associated Press! don moved that the chief

the queen mother that the dress a suspersedeas in the case of Nashville slay :31.-The state democratic -I cure the attendanca of :

should be made in Spain and tbePr'nress Greene and Gaynor, convictea'' of con ; convention reconvened at ten chairman cf the Board of
Ena graciously fell in wIth: spiracy to defraud the government in o'clock this morning but the credentials and that in the time
ths!: patrlptic sentiment "The dress connection with Savannah harbor im committee not having completed the council take a recess.
ls I its report, there was no business before prevailed. -
therefore one of the special present provements. 'This has the effect of
the king, and is a marvel staying execution of the sentence the convention. An hour was; occupied Chairman on

of)f ete{anee. The silk was manufac-passed' upon them.STEAMER. with speeches when, the con Chief Schad returned,

hared from a special pattern in one vention, at eleven adjourn by' Mr. Zeiius, and the

et the large Spanish silk establish- :' ,- ed all vacant space in
Ipnts.! It was made up with all the WRECKEDIN chamber moved forward

artistic: skill of the court dressmaker '. :s LYNCHERS HELDWITHOIOAIL every word uttered by Mr

The silk is heavily overlaid with Mr. Zeiius: secured a seat
wonderful silver embroidery with ST. CLAIR RIVER i council railing and the '/

sort frills of the finest Brussels lace, i ed the clerk to read the

said to have cost $50 a yard. The I / : tion, making the
lsfes were publicly exhibited before By Associated Press ); By Associated Presj Alderman D'AIemberte.

being put on the dress and excited I Detroit 'Mich.May 31..Tae steamer Charlotte. May 31-ThI teen al. I. "The communication baa ,
in
the admiration and astonishment of Erin bound up with schooner ; leged members of the mob which said A'derman Muldon. "\
the aristocratic ladies of Madrid. tow was run, into and cut in two by A \-.. .. lynched J. V. Johnson at Wadesboro' sire to know is what

Orange blossoms are profusely used the steamer Cowle, in the. 6t Clair ..,vltJ. : Monday are in jail to-night' without tween Mr. Zelius and a
sank
: the !) river early to-day.. The Erin so no 2 "
silver embroideries and drewnertl : the privilege of bail charged with emberte.
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peps for the corsage, and hi rapidly that .five mea: were murder. Warrants are out : for five The mayor explained to

Wnty'clusters! along the train, which before they could tie-: rescued., Those i .. -.. ,'. more who have not yet been arrested I
who were asleep had, Uttle"tim to es ." Continued on Page
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-' I' R Hi TREESIN [ [ Paint i Premises"The: ilhe LAMAR l .HEPuESI [ [ Over.Ii--5- If- a Million t





-, Selected grains and perfect BALDWIN l always specify best architects: "Pure' T TO BLISS'SS J SATISFIED, CUSTOMERSDo '

fermentation make White Lead and Pure

_ $ Linseedoriginal you: think such ari enormous business could be built op and

*ss Oil in continually increased, if our goods did not have exceptional value and merit?
Do yoti think we could hold tie tradeof half a million people, if
ii Our
COUNTYS packages 'to / t W be mixed LETTER[ [ reputation for doing exactly what we say.wasn't firmly established?
Old I' on Ihe prem- IT .fb ff lw:."Thereare S Do you think U. S. Senators Foreign Ambassadors, Bankers, Business

two rea- Y J& SODS:first to and Professional men in every section of this country would keep on using;
make sure no \. ff nbstitnte is HAYNER WHISKEY if It wasn't aUrigtt?

-_. 1.4 N. R. R. Has'Large Tract at used in the >vJP place of Pure. Do you think doctors would recommend it and hospitals use it>,> j if n
White Lead; and second, that the wasn't absolutely pure and unadulterated? ;.
Carney's Station inilourishingConditn. paint shall be mixed to suit the particular Says He 'Has Hot Been Derelict! Just think these things over carefully and then send as a trial' order

Quaker wood and the clima conditions of the Your money back if you are:not satisfied..

locality.If architects with scientific knowledgeand in Duty Toward Pensacola S United States Senate,.Washington,D.c.

The Bay :Mlnette Times publishesthe professional reputation are so carefulto "I have found hayner Whiskey; exceptionally ne for table and medicinal purposes"
following article jelUive to Catalpa make sure that only the best Matters in House. wHI.4sf Stewart
U.
S. Senator from
culture by the L. &N. R. R-: materials shall be used, is it not H Nevada

_ Rye The Louisville & Nashville Railroad quite as incumbent on the
Washington.. C., May 29. 1906.
Company has gone Jnto'the tree raising S house owner to do as
Editor Pensacola Journal}: '
a large Eca1e. much for himself, when HAYNER WHISKEY
industry on The follcuring letter from '!Mayor
with not employing professional -
Realizing that the Tapidity aid'Painters Bliss appeared in your paper a Jay
_ Pure and stimulating. Least which .the forests,of.Alabama, are be- or two ago, viz '
reputation quarrel with
never
iIrg. would result In ten years
: in a depleted.:""timber, famine" the Louisville: & these specifications, because they realize "Editor"Th3 Pensacola following! Journal taken : from the FULL $2O!! EXPRESS
the materials called for are to ,
reactive elect due its necessary
_ to Nashville Company took up the question a satisfactory job. If a painter is con- (Congressional Recortf of May '3rd will 4

some years ago of tree planting scientious, he will of his own accord use prove interesting to many Fensaco- f.UARTS
perfect aging.Worth with,a, view pf growing timber which] nothing but White Lead which is known Hans. It occurs to me that this was u PREPAIDOUR
[ tK could be used for fence posts and cr3s to be pure The standard Is an excellent opportunity for some one:

- ties. Through Superintendent Jl.. to say &something Florida and Pen- OFFER We will send you in a plain sealed case, with no
your while to get McKinney, of the Mobile and Mont- RED SEAL sacola in particulaf. With our 33 marks to Aml contents. FOUR FULL QUART
gomery division, assisted by John. P. Pure White Lead feet of water on the bar there seem- BOTTLES OF HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE FOR H20, and we
it. Brown editor of Agriculture a magazine (Made by the Old Dutch Process) ed to' be no one present to inform will pay the express charges. Take It home and sample it.have your doctorS
# Connersville "Ind., S it-every bottle if you wish. Then if you don't find it just as we say : .
published 6emd for booklet several Congress of the 'fact and tbe'stdte-
a handsome
Phone 16, Lewis Bear & Co., reproductions of. and perfectly sitisfactory.ship it baLk to us AT OUR EXPENSE andyour
thousand actual tonnes offering valuable ,
in the interest of forestry, one
401-403 Palafai St. and 2-10 Main St., suBKostiona for a color suheme in painting jour I :ment that there was no harbor in ',f30 wffl be promptly refunded. How could any offer be fairer? You .
and forty acres of land was purchased house. A test for punt parity Southern waters capable! of accommodating r-
Pensacola, Fla. u iao giren. don't risk a cent. 11.: .
_ 2 near Carney's Station, on the NATIONAL LEAD CO. S battleship of 28 feet was Orders for Ariz.,CaL. Tdab').Mont..Nev.,N Yes.,Ore.,Utah Wash., !L m<1
____1 Mobile and Montgomery division of CWt!Yew lad 10th Sinet, allowed to go unchallenged. or Wyo.,must be on the basis of 4 Quarts for S4.OO by Express Prepaid :fi m
w the sytem in Baldwin county. The St.Louis,. CHAS. H.. BLISS." or SO Quarts for 81&20,by Freight Prepaid. _

Tom and Gin land was purchased in May, 1905. Mr. Mo. The head line above it was "Peusa- Write our neare&t office and do it NOW.- .s-;% ..'
Old
: Coronet Dry l McKinney began at once to have the. sacoa! had no champion in the .'

r --- ground cleared and prepared for plantIng Hoase." S S S THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY \rs.-iuw 1 :

the catalpa speciosa trees whichis :: This letter and headline would naturally S ..:..:...t>>
remarkable for Its quick 'growthand create the impression that I Atlanta, Ga. Dayton, 0. St. Louis, Ho .SL PauljMinn.EaTABUSETO .

CHOICE MISCELLANY its durability of wood: for all pur- had been derelict in my duty.; I 403 DISHLLEST. TEOT.0. : 1868.ANNUAL .
SUMMARY OP poses. have been assiduous ,in discharge of S

The trees of this species make a my duty::t"J Pensacola an4'' its inter -

THE: WEATHER Origin .f "Twenty-three." growth of more than an inch in diameter FOR SALE BYALL.DEALERSPALACU1'GOLA ests and of all parts of the third congressional .' .
I suppose you have heard or read and seven and eight feet in heightin district -

_ I more or less of the mystic meaning of a year and cross ties made from Every request made of m? by DIVIDENDS

the word "thirty" as used by telegraphers the catalua have been known to last Mayor Bliss in behalf of Pen-acoia
I: The temperature climbed up a few and press correspondents. When thirty-two years. Immense fortunes (and he has made several iately)

notches yesterday and the maximum placed at the end of a dispatch it have been made in the west from the I have been promptly complied with cannot be lost and they may be used to
_ sale of the timiber of the catalpa tree. NORTHERN R. R. ana' effected by m.9.
The
of the day was 83 degrees at noon. means that the day's cr night's work is
GIr. McKinney completed the clear I did not leave the reduce the each if the
minimum was 73 degrees at 12:30: a. ended. There is nothing more to come. Washington City premiums year insuredso
and of 350 of the
lag planting acres latter part of April to enter upon my
I I 11 did not know until recently that race
m. Baldwin county land in cataJpa trees canvass until it was positively decided chooses. A life Endowment
track men also have a mystic word- GENERAL MANAGER COLEMAN or Policy with
Observer Reed in his summary of the first of April, 1906. Every tree is by the Committee on Naval Affairs -

I the weather yesterday said: :|I I I'track"twenty-three.man both reach If you at the and same a time race living and the growth they are show- TALKS OF NEW LINE TO SA- I in the House of Representatives annual dividends in the Union Central Life
Areas of high barometric ing is astonishing. :Although they not tQ place Feasacola in the Naval
: pressureI I,I for the same thing and he gets it- have been in the ground but sixty days VANNAH NEWSPAPER. bill for this session for a stone graving -
- : this morning overlie the south Atlan-I| which would be natural-he will almost they have leaved out and show a dock. I appeared before the Naval -' is' the most satisfactory

'tic and north Pacific states, separated -I'I certainly say, "Twenty-three for growth<<. of more than three.inches in Affairs Committee while they i 4

by a trough of low press.ure connecting -,yon." height. The remainder cf the ground Mr. R. B. Coleman, 'general manager were making up a bill and showed! B. S. WILLIAMS General Agent.

b depressions over Kansas and i I I'"WhI trrenty-three?' I asked a track will be cleared .up and planted this of the Apalachicola and Northern Railway the merits of Pensacola for a stsne i ,

Lake Superior. There have been appreciable -"follower. "What is the meanisg and )'ear. wnich is being constructed from graving dock showed its great water Thiesen Building. Phone 608Panel ,

*Wedn what is the origin of the mysCo'numbeff Trees planted by J. A. Carney near St. Joseph's Bay to Bainbridge Ua., depth on bar and in harbor. I quoted
since s dayI
showers
the Louisville & Nashville land, in in tb.9 testiniony to the Naval Committee -
Savannah last Monday
morning in Washington, Montana, the', "Well, in the old days at Brighton spring of 1905, show the remarkable the was Savannah News. ,says of :Admiral Endieott, placing Pen _---5-_ _
Dakotas, and from northeastern Texas Beach" growth of seven feet ia height in one cacola first in. the list above all other
he said, "not more than twen- Mr. Coleman'4tated that ,siityiflvemiles '
northeastward through Missouri ty-two horses year. The catalpa grows straight and of roadbed ready to receive places, :"as,.deserving a.stone graving
were permitted to run in are now Doors For 50c
and Illinois, irt the Lake Region, Pennsylvania any race. They were taken in the or- tall like' the pine trees and they thrive tile rails but that track laying dock. But' cretary'BoIapart! .
best in a sandy soil. They can be placed a ste1 floating[ dock first for
and New York attended in der in which entered. If will not begin 'until the grading -
they were
planted nine feet apart, or 900 to the well enough advanced to permit the !Maryland. And 1 Illap.f( aot' :! ,the And others on-up to $3.50, according to-size and Tia
_ may localities by: thunderstorms. The twenty-two ponies lined up for a race acre. Naval Affairs.C tnltti ,a inenibei?
work to go through without delay. 1 Handsome heavy front doors, paneled aniv" ith largeS a:i-.,
isothermal line of 70. degrees reached the twenty-third entry was barred. Superintendent McKinney is deeply !'A track machine wilt be used, for Hon. IS. E. "Mudd. The Committee" ground or' colored for $3.5p, "WJhy not have a ban t!* ,m:

I northward at 7 a. m. into Ohio and He,was out of it; hence the expression interested in the :subject of forestry, 'Mr.\ Coleman-'say% the most improved placed a graving dock on the",Pacific l I S. front door put. up,In your ho se. 'It adds: much. to :!h- a
when your" friend gets left. Twenty coast in the )list;and'"then da- S
takes to Baldwin second
frequently trips
Missouri while in parts of Nevada and and methods of construction'will be utiliz- tractiveness of the home and the cost is so little 'IVS \
three for him! for be is out of it" county to watch the development' of cided' not 'to'" appropriate-'any. 'money -", furnisheverything for housebuilding from foundation :'.
ed. It is to be-modern line in all .re- ', '
Utah temperatures were within' a few'(,I Oh, therace"track people a're great his new enterprise. He is enthusiasticon 'gards. Mr. Coleman was asked if the for a'tn4rd'gr ving dock. la this roof ,- ', -------S-. -
degrees of freezing and heavy frost the He manner was Pensacola cut out. '
mathematicians. Maybe they can neither subject. says that if the labor had him trouble
formed in Southern Utah. i 1 read nor write but they have farmers of Alabama would interest question given any (I have devoted much tima in the Blunders: Mill
he that
and replied it had in toe
I "Fair weather with light south winds great beads for tiiures.-San Francisco themselves In this matter of tree C t'- 'far'the past three 'years to this stone graving Company,
beginning but Apalachicola -
BO
tlfat
is indicated for this vicinity for tonght News Letter. ture it would only:be a matter of a fair dock and 'I y.ra.s .deeply disappointed -
and Friday." n__.._____ years until !Alabama would prodrre and Northern was concerne:; at the action of the Naval Com Phone 717. 1 21 East Garden Street.

I What the Nary' Needa. other forests in the place of those It the prooleji had ben solved. mittee. S ..,- -- ....,- ........,.......-"'''''' '''''''''' 1
"In
the beginning we brought down
Before leaving Washington for
: The tone of the naval depends pleted. He advocates every farmer .
personnel three hundred Italians
about and other
:Florida! to enter I -
j To Get More planting a few trees each upon 'my canvass,
year.
Strengthfrom almost entirely on the higher officers aliens of similar class from New York, ,
had the satisfaction to believe that
Mr. McKinney has made the ; need have .
Your Food. those of command and flag rank. catapa and "e lost every one of them. Someof the Committee! on :Military Affairs no terrors for :v: ':
tree matter of study and closa observance
a
The Ideals which they bold to the them didn't stop long enough to .WA'SH DA'y if send
up and he said that while the would report in favor of building the you your washing t to
younger'officers the take a meal with us, he said "but S
that
are ones are military road from the navy yard to
species is the best it
yet grown, must The New Method
eagerly followed. In the decade following not be confounded with the kept going. They scattered in every, tbs reservation line. I am sorry they, .Laundry,
the Bowels are filled catalpa direction and I the greater PHONE 1183 E. w. LAWRENCE Prop. No.8 WEST ROAJ3Ii
the civil war, when Admiral bignomoldes a species which neither suppose coupled any condition with the appro.
,
; WHEN undigested food we Porter was supreme, this ideal was the erows: tall nor ranid. number of them worked their way ,priation for the military road, but feel|

.T: be a great deal worse bold sailor who carried canvas till it Anyone traveling between Montgomery back to New York. sure that is the best that Committee' ................. ..... ..................... .

than if we were half blew away. As Commodore Fo hall and SEoibile; can see the treesas "We then went to the west. In St. will ever recommend. I did not leave!:

tarved. Parker said a little later, "Not to talk they are planted along the line of. Louis we 'gathered an army of four Washington' for my canvass until!i GOOD FURNITURE NEED i
Because food that stays too long in rope was not to be a seaman in the the Louisville & Nashville railroad."If hundred Hungarians and Bulgarians, both of these important matters to1

the! Bowels decays there, just as If it Opinion of most officers." A3 a result the commissioners of agriculture :: and we brought them down, and they Pensacola were fully settled before I

Btayed too long in the air. : the midshipmen "talked and would interest themselves," said have been at work ever since. They tha committees. I 1
open thought 'Mr. McKinney, "and the farmers are sober, steady and reliable in every The debate in the House of Reore- NOT BE EXPENSIVE
Well, when food decays in the Boweb: :. rope" continually and exerted every plant these trees, It get would result to in sense. They are always ready and sentatives that ;Mayor: Bliss alludes i ,

through delayed and overdue action, what effort to become fine seamen. untold benefit to the future willing and need no urging to work. to was over the propriety of building 4

happens? One would expect that if no officer tions of Alabama. In ten years genera, at "We pay them ll.TS a day and feed. a great proposed battleship of deep I I : And if 'You are an economist this fact will become anr>3-. i
with actual engineering training is the rate of the depletion of Alabama them, but it is cheaper labor at that draught. And: incidentally to that:, ent to you th$ instant you behold our magnificent >ur : *

available the one detailed would at forests we will not have timber for than the negro at $1.25 a day. These: particular discussion, the question ofj I : of Furniture for home comfort and beauty and our a .*
'The millions of little Suction Pumps least be a man of considerable experience It the men are not raw importations. Nearlyall deep harbors on our coasts came ini j j markable plan; of buying as told in four words. :
any purposes. of
that line the Bowels,and Intestines then draw and ctesen newspapers of them nave nad experience for reference. That was all. The]! '
from near the top of the state would take up the questionof in
Poison from the decayed Food, instead of the list of those on board. In many tree planting and prosecute it with I railroad construction in the west, and Navy Department and th? Committee'j| BUY-'NOW PAY' LATER. i
on Naval Affairs know the fact of ,
the Nourishment they were intended to cases the exact reverse is true, and the vigor the result could not fail of being this is an additional reason why tney ,
draw. nominal chief engineer is one of the for the future good of the state." make satisfactory" laborers for railroad deepwater harbor.on Peasacola The graving bar ami c'ock: : Peueacola for- .* S S, Every piece of Furniture we show wag selectei with ''h: :

'This Poison gets into the blood and, in Juniors with scarcely any experience. building. Pensacola had at this very tine been I i -- one idea of quality dominant. Every piece sub'an'J: iJ : .

time! :spreads an over the body unless the of any kind. The unfortunate lad who _._- --- Undevelooed Territory. lelt out of th,3 Naval bill by the Naval j I and. Just exa tTy what we represent it to be, the w.*" '- :
-r.--si _fft The : the money-AiLWAYS. : *
"
Apalachicola Northern I
Entire
: and will bedroom sUlls from "-
in
.
was charge of the -
Bennington's Committee I had teen
machinery and as-
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Cause: of Constipation is promptly removed. I run through Aplachicola from St. Joseph's o up to S17 .OO.: Odd dressers from $9.00 and ten u i' 'a .
was next to. the lowest commissioned sured before 'I left Washington, a few .
That cause of Constipation is Weak, or Bay on through Quincy to Bain- before that debate. to- up. Sideboards with handsome mirrors, sepirau dJ': T, :
officer.-W. can-
M. McFarland in aays my ,
bridge. It is the evident of, : for silver, linen, etc., $15.00 ':
Lazy Bowel Muscles. g Engineering Magazine. purpose vass, that/ the committee! would not to $65.00: Bed Sprin. .
.
When your Bow 1-Muscles grow flabby the promoters to extend the line he- give Pen,,=acola a stone graving dock yield to conform with the body from $2.50 to $6.5"t: .t J
:yond BainbrIdge, but nothing to this this : tresses that !five sweet, refreshin-g sleep for $ : '," .
they need Exercise to strengthen them, not'Physic" Prehistoric Traeki. year. .. ,
effect $1550 Cook JT
,
has Stoves
been given to the public.It I was on my canvass in Florida on from $9.00 to $1600 com pi ::1
to pamper them. Of more than unusual interest are : will give Quincy its fourth railroadand May 3rd when the debate happened in I .co king utensjls and steel ranges asbestos lined t":' ''I' Jt
the old I
prehistoric"bird tracks" of .
/ the to Bainbridge a like number
pro the! House of ''Representatives ovccproposed
Connecticut valley to either active vided the Central builds its lately projected MA' S TON
There's the construction of a great) & QUINA \
only one kind of Artificial Exercise pportsmen or students of natural history branch from Albany through lattleshipThe Dreadnaught. Had I ,

for the Bowel-Muscles. I signs of what is called the triassic Bainbridge to Quincy. been present and stated that P= I| 108/110. Palafox St. Phone 148 Pensacola Fla. }
Its name is "CASCARETS," and its period says J. E. Mcllwain in Rec The general his road ns3.-1 ,
manager says:
cola harbor had 33 feet of
price is Ten Cents a box. reatlon. Just outside the city of Holyoke !- is a most promising railroad venturr. the bar, and '1 would have done water so. I .................... ...............................

So, if you want the same natural action Mass., between the old road and It passes through a territory which is would have only stated what all the I .

that a'six mile walk in the would the new state road to Northampton, not only undeveloped but is actually members of the Naval) Committee'. WJE AREJSfOT T SUPERSTITIOUS BUT
country there Is a patch about 50 by 100 feet unsettled for stretches of fifty miles. knew already. The discussion was = ,
give you (without' the weariness) take oneCascaret which has been cleared of all surface iMr.' Coleman was formerly with tire about constructing a large battleshipnot WE BELIEVE IN SIGNS.The

at a time, with intervals] between: earth by parties interested In geologyand (Middle Georgia and Atlantic and was! over (Persacola's immediate inter- .

Hit you reach the exact condition you desire. which Is now protected by the FOR LICE: ON FOWLS, for ten years connected with the Geor ests. those had been attended to by kind, however, that ;we believe in, is the kind that you ,', i 4ei
I gia. Florida and Alabama, while the before the Naval Affair. Coina.it- lieve in, as they are the that .. "
One Cascaret at a ,time Win State. This patch is completely- me klnc help your business Let u> ::1 : pan
foul Breath properclasea NOTHING CAN TAKE THE 'greater part of that line was under tee .before that debate. The Naval Affairs electric sign.
or Coated Tongue.: ered with well defined tracks and construction. '
Committee with full knowledge
:A coming Headache can be warded off most of which will measure twelve to PLACE OF ,A DEPENDABLELICE of Pensacola's deep water bar and PENSACOLA( ,
i
In abort order and the cause removed. fourteen inches in the longest parts POWDER. ANCIENT ROMEis harbor, rejected the Pensacola! graving ELECTRIC COMPANY

and eight to ten inches wide, while In now merely a memory of the pas .' dockI placed before that committee Phone 570.
I depth they are from one to two anft Ballard's Snow Liniment is the family -I on a haring given me before .
Don't fail to carry the Vest Pocket nnAohalt InthM CONKEY'SLICE liniment of the twentieth cen I leaving for Florida, both Admiral En- I ""7

Cascaret Box with you constantly.All I tury. A positive cure for Rheumatism -'dicott's opinion in favor of Pensacola | *W HMr **SK5* t.1t

-, : Druggists sell them-over ten million Having Fun With Judge Walt Burns Cuts. Sprains Neural- end the great depth of water on her DIAMONDS S i WATCHES
|
boxes a Several years ago Judge Wait gia...etc., Mr. C. H. Runjon, Stan- bar and iiher harbor.: JEWELRY, -

,Bs year.careful to the then a young lawyer in Boston, having berry, :Mo.. writes: "I have used Very truly yours, I\ CLOCKS PRECIOUS: STONES, BRONZ5B *
very get genuine
Snow B. LAMAR.THERE .
Liniment for Rheumatism 'and
account collect -w.
to
made only by the Sterling. Remedy Company the an for, wrote to POWDER. all pan.: I can't say enou'gh in its -5 __STERLING SILVERWARE, J
and never sold !in bulk. Every tablet delinquent asking payment praise." ARE FEW
I&ocll"CCC." and signing himself "William C. IS SCIENTIFICALLY PRE- S people who know how to take care of : .ART POTTERY;, S OPTICAL GOODS, |

I Wait" The man to whom he wrote themselves-the majority' do not ; S CUT; GLASSWARE.
it it PARED AND CAN $100 REWARD I |
answered promptly with a witty ALWAYSBE The liver is a most important 'organIn : ,

note the body. Herbine will keep it ia, :, --.S. -
FREE TO OUR READERSIt saying he would be much RELIED UPON TO RID A reward of $100 will be given for I condition. V. C. S.Imp k'!ns, Alba, i

been arranged to mall tree a obliged his if the lawyer would change YOUR FOWLS OF LICE. the capture of Jaqe Haney, escaped .!Texas, writes: "I have usd Her :| S Engraving and Fine Stationery. I
beautiful little Fieach-dcsigned GOLD- name ,to "Will U. Writ." Mr. from convict camp. Description: 5 bine for Chills and Fever and find it ;

PITTED pretty colors trinket, a box handsome,hard-enameled ornament in, Wait, ignoring the 'facetiousness of feet 7 inches; 130 pounds; medium I the best -medicine I ever used. I i i i

most liberal offer ever made and wo the l letter, wrote quite sharply demanding build; age 21; carriage erect; brown I would not be without it. It is as S '
want every reader to have one. Ten FSMellen&GoPhone eyes, black hair; complexion black; good for children as it is for grownup ;e 'Mad Orders Receive Prompt Attention J
crnts in is immediate of
asked
stamps as a measure payment
of. good faith and to cover cost of Ca- the bill medium forehead; medium ears; round people, and I recommend It. It .
carets with which this dainty box is whereupon he received a nose; medium mouth; good teeth;I is fine for La Grippe." ;

loaded, short ,not& ia' reply, Baying that, ,334. round ch'.n; short neck; square,shoulders .!
Send today, be aule to mention thit i
paper and write your address plainly. after all, the delinquent thought ; length of feet 10 inches; vacci JUST RECEIVED 100 GENUINE S E. O. Zadeh Jewelry Co

Address Sterling Remedy Company the lawyer's name should be simply Cor. Garden and AI an ; nation scar on left arm. j IMPORTED PANAMA HATS AT THE ;

: fi; Chicago or New 10th.'I 735 J. "Will Wait/' Boston Herald. YARN BROTHERS CAMP,. i M. & 0. CLOTHING STORE; 3.50 | 'MOIDLE, ALA. :

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I.s E drew same,the-AIde"'C:( with I [ : .. 7 :HI i I ;:,
N RACES
StNSIT S A T I .0 UNAl L I saying Mayor that B: ig eting by :- -


specified,foi n et. } '

C CHARGES[ Kupfriaii's! Park'FRIDAY".JUNE in'g had- was.bee nc: business -i, ( ; ; M- 4t: Coffee or Beer(4&r.f ; ; .

BYMAYQR City Atto i an ; -...
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opinion rels; y of ( \J\ .) .',, .
the major t ning 3 :
1 st the enforce t of' U/c:41; ;; cf 11 TaKe Your Choice of ..

Sections 12 ancei a Drug or a Food
r BENEFIT I granting a fi..act..- to a ". ork3; : .

company.: 'Mr. Jones ruled tt in'' .
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San Francisco Relief his opinion, the chief executive pos-;, I ;t -.D' 11I1t LrTHYSICIANS_ declare coffee to bb a -

--iii-" sessed authority to issue orders. ; I\ I N J ; c'i ', slow poison a pernicious drug. It '
I
3. (Continued from' First Page) :A petition was receivel! frooi Albert dJ-.4&l darken the blood clogs the liver : "-
Fund. &mmer asking that a $25.00 bond he t% r :t. ... weakens, the heart.and ruins digestion. : 1, '
that the council desired to know what I hat paid in the.municipai court be re \ % .- .. i On the other hand doctor's declare : .'

)Ir. D'Alemberte] had said to him in funded. Referred to the finance com-i \\ -. iV; that pure bottled beer, properly brewed J' "
reference to the 1-Free for all, 3-minute with trom malt and like -
We Roseto chairman the Boardof class : mittee. j':1: : hops t .
Public Works,resigning,' entries: by Chas.. Ryan, R. Lang- The additional bond ,of $15,000 I
Zelius Makes Statement. ford and WiP'e' Connors. City Treasurer Dailey was filed. ofl %

theOccasion "}lr. D'Alemberte came to me and 2 Gentlemen's road. race,;2 entries. 'i The Beard of Safety recommended I fiERST BEER Wi

asked me if I would'resign as chairman '-Free for all, wt1i'two cracker-jack: that the claim of A. Grahaoi for fifty-

of the Board of Public Works," entries. I two days pay whie: off duty, due to in- -4; .:::-.:.- \i ,
said Mr. Zelius. "I asked him on what 4-Running race, 2 entries. I juries received while in tile performance is eminently wholesome and essentially ; :: r i .; ,
\\ I'I'a "food-stuff of the highest nutritive :, },:
grounds. of his duty as firemaa was
ap-
Races will l be at 2:30 ,
called
p, m. \ value. It cleans the liver enriches the ';' :
Mr. proved.
Zelius stated that Mr. D'Ai'emberte '. "
I had stated ta him' Chat he wa ADMISSION5OcLadles A resolution was presented by the I : : ; ,
afraid Board of Public Works asking that the r -
that the finance committee
When' we picked out the fin- -t
,
,
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might ask. his iatlo council appoint a building inspector, t'
eft line of Suits for men evermanufactiked or request: resig Free. '
in this country. In reply to this Mr. Zelius! said that' he and also to enact an ordinance re, ,'j f''r
\Ve knew our customers told Alderman D'Alemberte that he quiring that buildin'g permits be obtained '
would appreciate the best ande did not propose) to get out under such for all buildings erected. Re-
circumstances. He said that he had ferred to general crdinance ccmm.t-: 1 !
,- realized' our store must take BAY EXCURSION .
the 'lead. done nothing to cause ,his resignation tee.Aldermar ,
Every department is in full and that he intended to remain until .eilly requested that the I .
bloom; come in while the bloomis June 1907, ,when his term expired, anj mayor call a special meeting: of the ; -j'j
rJ
if he desired to serve further that he FRIDAY JUNE! I. council, for next Tuesday evening: at I j'

We on. 'lead in high grade merchandise would make it known. The chairman 7:30 o'clock, This sesson'may prove L : ::::!! Wholesale Dealer. ,' .i -
sensational affair. '
another ,
at reasonable prices. of the Board of Public Works stated iACra.he -
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that Mr. D'Alemberte', had told; him Benefit Athletic Association -- ---- ----- --- I d ..'
that if he (Zellus) would resign that : &- I
the 'report of the finance committees There Is a prominent official In WashIngton =' : t'

\ not be read and that the entire '...of the... a frequent diner at the hotels I!I .1 An Eye For an Eye. ;

matter would be quashed.! In reply to who is most fastidious in his Ideas A young lady friend of our acquaintance Do Yon Want The I'I
this Mr. Zellus said that he notified with respect to the service rendered by \ '
CROMANTON has recently received a shock.
Alderman D'A'emberte that he' want- :Pensacola High School.Steamer 'I waiters. One afternoon this official, II IIeclal Among her extensive male acquaintances
ed no such procedure. If be was to I III f'
: somewhat under, weather
I feeling the there is a blue eyed youth. He
be fired that he wanted ,
everything I decided to omi$,.his usual substantial BEST :
done in goes much into society and is a*hot favorite -
the open. MONARCH will leave Pai-
r -- I lunch and to substitute therefor some I among the nicer sex because of
afcx wharf 6 for Life Saving ,
Denial Is Made."I at p. m.
Florida and Alabama Station. light refreshment. As he entered the to The Journal. his eyes. Alack! One of them i? glass.
deny that I made statement that cafe of a fashionable- hotel a new I Cromanton, May 31.-A timely rain But there is no need as he says for

the,finale.committee would] ,make ,no) waiter, with the grandest of manners Saturday evening has livened up nature every one to know that, and, really, it '
lAND COMPANYManufacturers report, or that the entire matter"woulibe Fare, 35 cents. hastened forward to take the hat and and made her appear in a new seems so much the counterpart of the Fishing Tackle 1'
dropped or quashed if you resigned
coat ot the official. He then assumedthe i dress. other that not.one in a hundred would
ot said ;Alderman D'Alen\berte. Refreshments Served on Board. blandest of expressions and awaited If our congressmen would give us, detect it. On this.occasion he escorted ;
and Dealers in speaking to Chairman,Z llus.
for the
the order. Scarcely at tho an appropriation deepening ,
glancing
the young lady in question to a refreshment -
"You are a Mar hotly and.quIckly ------ infant manufactures on '
LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN. the official Mid pass the ourj "
replied Mr. Ze'ius. bill of fare : "BrlJlgme' ; room As they were takingtea Tennis Golf Baseball !and Athletio i ,
GLES AND KILN-DRIED of the Board: of Public Works and he borders would soon grow to man-
SAP. The
a milk toast" waiter heard,
and coffee he looked unutterable
'Alderman arose the ;
Yonge and asked Goods Phonographs and records J J.
will tell the truth, I
you if be states
that Mr. Zelius be made to conduct but,remained motionless all attentionto hood.Mr. things at her when all of a sudden she -
c that I personally to'd him that J, was Nash, from Fresno, Cal., arriv- the best Dog Medicine the best I"
himself within parliamentary! lin s. not there representative of the hear the rest of the'anticipated or- ed here last week and is now lookingup gave vent to a startled exclamation. Bicycles the best Tires the
SAFES SAFES 1 SAFES I SAFES Asked. as a der.: "That's all I want," said the official Her eyes fixed on his with a mysterious best .J
Questions finance committee or council, but as I I a location. I
I Typewriters, the best Lock and Key -
Buy Diebold Safes. L\lierman: Muldoa propounded in. his friend. "hurry up!I" Rev Dr. Carson, of Kinsey. Ala., intentness and horror. A fly! had "
Scarritt Moreno Agent. terrogatories to Chairman Zeius.!' "I was present when testimony was I I The waiter went away! with disap- preached in the Baptist church Sun-(; settled in the center of his glass eye Fitting best Trunk Repairing best .

"Did Alderman D'Alemberte:: tell you taken and from the evidence I was of pointment and contempt stamped upon day. and remained there he, of course, unconscious Gas Lamp and last, but not least the j, ,

.. that he came to you. as a friend and the opinion that sufficient proof as to i i every feature of his haughty counte- The steamer Thistlewood: was in of Its presence. The bight of best Roller Skates? _; j

not as a member ,of the council or Mr. Zelius's inability' to manage the i nance. The official had not failed to port ]last week looking up prospective that eye looking at her with a fly on it Why go to ,

White Barber ShopThe finance committee?" asked Mr.' Mul- affairs of the Board of Public Works I observe the disposition of the waiter; \vork. j and the owner making no attempt to
don. was clearly esta/blisbed/ and would so be decided not to give his usual The Tarpon will hardly catch up: brush it off was too much for his com .
"He did," was the reply, "but what's Justify the council in asking for his generous fee. The waiter after considerable with freight 'business during the com panion. It overpowered her and she F. B. BRUCE :
'
white !barbers, formerly of 35 the difference? Is he SOL. alderman one resignation. ] delay, slowly returned with ing season, and it will become necessary : shudders when she recalls the circumstance. ,
's, Palafox St, are now located at No. tha time, to put on more lighters to carry, -
minute and the next not? "The finance committee at the toast As he laid it down he also .-London Answers. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA .
8 E. Government St., next to Wfestern "}Ir. Zelius acknowledged that Mr. I called upon Mr. Zelius had not framed placed the bill upon the table-a check our products to Pensacola for ship. I ,

tnion.l D'Alemberte had stated that he came its report in whch it was recom- for 25 cents the price of the modest ment. I The Queer Chameleon.: -
,_ to him as a friend for.the purpose of :mended that the resignation be ask-. dish"That's/ "- The past ten days has brought There wIlt
is nothing in the world In-
saving him from humiliation and dis ed for. So It is clear that I could not cloudy and windy weather. WOOD t
COTTRELL, grace. have acted for the finance committeein a small check he remarked duce a chameleon to take even the t

FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. Mr. D'Alemberte Replies. this matter because at the time of superciliously. CARD OF THANKS. slightest apparent-interest in its surroundings .
Pensacola Fla. Chairman Zelius stated that he had ,my conversation with Mr. Zelius it "Yes" said the official, dryly "II The members of Sherman Post, unless It be the sight of AND ;

no more to :and Alderman.D'Alem'had not been determined that his resignation would have been 50 cents at a first Grand Army of the Republic desireto what it considers a toothsome insect. a .
berte asked say to be heard, which permission would be asked for. class house-*'-American Spectator. 'i return their sincere thanks to the The chameleon's method of taking 'its / j.i [j.' '
WATCHES AND CUT GLASS was readily granted., He said: Don't Kow (Duties.' commanding officer; officers and men prey is very curious being-.effected COAL 1 ,

Something Swell in Gold Jewelry. "I have prepared a statement here "I believed then that he did not An Envied Editor. at Fort Barrancas commanding officer shooting out an enormously long, ,

W.A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Palafoi! SL in connection with his attack., I was known the duties of the position whch! John Black for many years editor of officers and men of the navy wormlike tongue the end of which is Oak and pine wood in size. All l'
ard to the. commander and com- any
informed by close friends that a per- he fills nor does he know now, I the London Morning chronicle! prided ) ; and Union clubbed and covered with a viscid se grades of coal for sale We are now' ,
rsdes of tha Army Navy ;
sonal attack would be made signed the report of the finance committee himself of Ilia cretion to which the insects stick and
TURTON &. BELL. upon me on being a Judge men. to the ladles who assisted in the ]located at Ocosta & Co.'s old stand.
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. by Zelius. his friend or friends. I asking for the resignation of pride was justified by the fact that he memorial exercises; to the speakerswho are thus drawn into its mouth. The actual -
have been told that.there is a petition Zelius my friend, believing that the secured the services of many very able projection of the tongue la made
deedsof
Kodak Supplier Finishing far Amateurs.R. -- interests of the city would be .best spoke so eloquently of the i E. G. SEWELL & CO. J
being circulated asking me to ,resignas contributors. Mr. Black was noted for soldiers to the visiting comrades with marvelous rapidity. The eyes of .
;
served by him beIng off of the board,
an alderman from the Twelfth pre- his independence and contented spirit of the blue and grey; to the citizens the chameleon are very curIous Theyare Phones 164 and 363
instead in nor-
K. andhaving some one
WHITE will
cinct. I ac'knowledgethat. I am both of which are illustrated by the who favored: us with their presence very large but, with the exception:; I
with the council.
Wilchmaker. Manufacturing Jeweler, and Graduate not living within theward at present mony following story: All assisted in making the memorial of a small opening in the center are
Optician,30 S. Palalol Street Pensacola. Fla. due to the fact that I cannot find a Demands Investigation. the distinct success achieved with
.services
Mr. Black was in the habit of callingon covered skin. They are also entirely :
suitable house for my family.! ":1 demand a thorough investigationof and we extend our heartfelt and sin-
Lord Melbourne then at the head independent of each other, with i Entertainment
"I visited Mr. Zelius purely as a the charges against me, and if of the government who one day said eer,3, thanks. the result that occasionally the creature -.
Tersely ToldFrank friend. I desire to emphasize the fact found guilty want to be fired out of J. C. PETTERSOX, ,
to him in his abrupt way: "Mr. Black. is looking forward over its nose I
that this visit was purely and simply a this council, and I promise to ]leave Commander Sherman Post.J. CONSISTING OF EUCHRE FUNCH -
are the only who to with while with the ; It is
you comes ( one otIer
person eye
the should I be of such OASWEUL!
personal matter promoted by my per city guilty A. AND DANCING
see me who( forgets who I am. You intently watching something directly
sonal friendship for Mir. Zeliua. The charges. AdjutantBEN
Hilburn of New Decatur relationship between our families :In reply to the alleged circulationof forget that I am prime minister." I behind it. Will be given by .

Ala., is visiting friends ana'' relatives have 'been extremely friendly. I felt petitions asking him to resign Mr. Black was stammering out an apol- D. BEERS WILL BE-I Fountain ,
here. that In view of these conditions thatI D'Alemberte stated that he did not intend ogy when Lord Melbourne continued LAID TO REST TODAYAll The Pen.inventionof PENSACOLA TECPLE No. 14, RATH. .:
The fountain pen is not an BONE SISTERS ,
MUs Mamie Berry returned yester was at liberty to talk to Mr. Ze'.ius. to resign unless his colleagues in "You never ask me for anything, andI recent In Samuel !iaylor's"Universal *

day from Brewton, Ala., where she as a friend. the council demanded: his resignation.Mr. wish you would." that is mortal of Ben D. Beersa years. of Shorthand Writ- At Eagle's Hail, Wfcst Garden Street, f
jilted! friends. "I desire to say further that I did D'Alemberte closed with a severe "1: am truly obliged to you," answered former well known citizen of Pen System -
not represent the finance committee denunciation to those who violate Black: "but I don't want anything.I sacola will be ]laid to rest this morn I ing," published in 1786, we find proof MONDAY, JUNE 4.

Mrs. Leach an unfortunate woman nor did I call on Mr. Zelius asa mem- the confidence of a friend or foe, am editor of the Morning Chronicle.I ing" in St. John's cemetery. The remains -j I of the fountain pen's great age.: f' '
ns i placed in the county jail yes- ber of the council. In fact the finance stating that he considered such conduct like my business, and I live happilyon of the deceased win l arrive to-I' "I have nothing more to add," wrote Prizes will be awarded. : \,

Ionian terday. it is believed that the committee advised strongly against my the worst character of crimes' my Income." day from New Orleans, In which city. Samuel Taylor, "for the use or Instruction .;:

Is insane. going to Mr. Zellus with reference to especially when a friend's confidence "Then, sir I envy you!" exclaimed he died suddenly Wednesday: night i j of the practitioner, except a few ADMISSION, 25 CENTS. tr.

Mrs. J, H. Collins and daughters, this matter at all. But notwithstanding had been betrayed. the premier. "And you are the only i The funeral of Mr. Beers wi'l'! take, words concerning the kind of pen prop- I

me and Alta of Opp. Ala., are here this fact, as before stated I felt Reilly Has Say. man I ever did envy." place from the residence of William I I er to be used for writing shorthand. ;>,_ = .'n=,,,,zo '___, ,,,,....P_ .
for a two week's visit with her it my duty to say something to him, Chairman Reilly of ,the finance com I IBirthday' R. Johnson, 52 West Gonzalez street, For expeditious writing some ute whatare .
Bother Mrs. J. N. Jameson on Wc-ot who I considered my friend, and givIng mittee stated that his only object in I at the time stated, and the body will called fountain pens Into:: which Make
You Can't
Romana street. him an opportunity if he desired asking for the resignation of Mr. Ze-. Heroism. be interred in St. John's cemetery,' your ink is put, which gradually flows a

P K. Yonge has returned from a to tender his resignation as chairman lius.was.in the, interests of the city. He It is recorded of a little boy that next tthat: of his father. The deceased ., when writing, from thence into& small.
I well and known
ja etlng of the Board of Control of denied that toe finance committee had he allowed his mother's birthday to was favorably er pen cut short to fit the smaller end Good AppearanceIf
here and his sudden demise is regretted -
the State Unlversitj. While gone he anything to do with the matter other dawn without having anything to all. Mr. Beers leaves a of this instrument, but It is a bard

Mtawsed the commencement exer- than to request the resignation of tiej give-her. This was to him a terrible'i brother who by is ia New York and another matter to meet with a good one of this your linen is not well

UE-S of several state institutions, Great. chairman. I state of things and seemed to call who resides inSt.. Louis. He kind." laundered. The condition
"This Is not the question before the of the shirt ooHar and
late yesterday afternoon a dog : house" said Mayor Bliss. "The re-' for a desperate remedy. He beganby also leaves behind, a sister who is cuffs oft bespeaks the "
waning at large bit a young lady somewhere: out west. i I The Fork.
port of the finance committee anent offering her, one after another, character of the man.You'll .
laId' to be a Miss Israel. The ani- 'Out of respect "to the memory of It is about 1,900 years ago since the r
the matter has been received and toy he owned but she too be Judged properlyand
approved
lI1a1 l *a.;? brought to police heiiquar- every was Mr. Beers the store of V/Uliam John- fork made Its appearance in Europ
t'[:i and executed at the order of Reduction in good natured to take them. At last, son & Son will be closed foday. j j In 9:> A. D. t son of the doge Pietrc his as a man careful of )

ChIef! Schad.Samuel Mayor and Muldon. after carefully considering the 7 I I Orsolo had vended in Venice the Briii -- yoor personal laundry appearanceif work is

Burbanks, of Nw York, "I move that the communication" of whole matter, he said with a degreeof ANCIENT ROME !!i zantine Princess Arglla who producedat done by -
the mayor be tabled was the statement is now merely a. memory of the past.
superintendent which ,
of southern agents of earnestness showed how the wedding breakfast a silver fork
a "en!! known Insurance is of Alderman Muldon. much he felt the sacrifice he Ballard's Snow Liniment js the family and gold Then the high Vene-
company was spoiyi.
I understand that this council The Star Steam
In "Do I liniment of the twentieth cen- : I
the
city on business conected tion families 'o'.lowed! suit and these
about to "I know
1'lh! his desires to place itself on record as not propose: what I'll'do. tury. A positive cure, for Rheumatism -
compay. investigating such charges?" asked ., I'll take a dose of castor oil for Burns Cuts. Spra! !*s. Neural- martyrs to fajhlpn pricked their lips I Laundry.

t The commencement exercises of Eye GlassosWe the mayor. you!" The resources of heroism, gia, etc, :Mr. C. H. Runyon, Stan- with the new InAtrument. The fork
(Creole school yesterday after- "There is a motion before the far he berry Mo.. writes: "I have used prospered, however and spread: over
so SarOen SL
as was concerned J7 5- Phone 114.
soon were a great were .. In 1379 It had traveled as far
success in .every house and seconded, replied Alder Snow Liniment for Rheumatism and Italy. Peniacota Fla. f| -
exhausted.
1'lr Bishop AI'en! was present and man Muldon. "I don't see what ,right all pa'n.'! I can't say enou'gh In its as France: and In 1008 a traveler ,fft

wure-eoi a short ta> ,, ,, ..........., .
IIJd k to the pupils you have to discuss the matter now. praise. I i, brought it directto England. _,_> distributed prizes and oth r honOr DAlemberte Exonerated."I '
$. move that the communication pf APPEARING OLD. I :

-M 7:30: o'elock last night the com the mayor be laid on the table and :ii& mmtlE er :nmii ,
: Acts as a Bar to (Profitable Employment.
mencement exercises of St. Joseph's that it -be the sense of this council that A '

b''Wool! a lugs occurred crowd.and Every were thing witnessed moved are now sellingUawk'es' man after D'AIemberta hearing the be evidence exonerated that Alder, as it You cannot afford to. grow olJ. I 1! We firmly believe,we are better able to sell l you a 'fH J!

!In these days of strenuous !
Long as contemplated] and appears that he acted only thepart of competition -
Ale: and the priests Xno were Bhop a. personal friend to Mr. Zelius," was it is necessary to maintain as !1i A PIANO FOR YOUR HOME
pres- I
t t'ere greatly pleased. the last motion ,of Mr. Muldon and,It long a* .possible one's youthful ap- J ,

'* prevailed, Yeas-Wrfght by the, following Muldon. vote McHugh: pearance.It is impors'ble to do! this witho'it !i f than any other dealer anywhere. Our belief is based upon the fact that !

"aon Money: or refunded Vanilla fails Is to Blue please] RSbbon Ab- $2.50 ye Classes Reilly Christie Yonge Cahn. 7. retaining Th,> resence a luxurious of Dandruff growth indicates of hair. !j we carry only pianos of known worth. The kind that has been tried ,;

lou! '"'- pure. Goes twice as far. \ Nays-O.Mr. D'Alemberte] was excused from the presence of a burrowing germ j ift right here at home, and elsewhere, and not found wanting in tone, con- i!
which lives and thrives on the roots !
JUST RECEIVED 100-GENUINE for,- ': voting. The Other incident Business.thus closed.: ofo the hair until it causes total bald- ; struction or finish. Drop in any day and try a I

'PORTED Pd. t O. CLOTHING PANAMA HATS STORE AT THE Chairman Reilly of the finance committee ness.Newbro's Herpicide is the only: i'i Kranich & Bach Lester Packard Cassell Clutter ij

'iI''ORTH $5.00. ; $3.50 $ 1.25. i presented a communication known destroyer of this pest. and ItI 1 ,
from the Board of Bond Trustees ani
he asked for unanimous. consent thatit ? as .effective as it is delightful to ; We also have a number of rare bargains in second hand pianos waiting I: ;

.- be read. use.Herpicide! makes. an elwgant hair for
Dou Cleaning Note.. Mayor Bliss ruled that if the communication someone. ;
wall as Dandruff cure.
It dressing a.; Ii
either your cellar or pantry Is was new business that it Accept no substltixe there is _
4a11!!! put pieces of unslacked. lime A D'Aleinberte could not 'te considered. but if unfinished none. Oldest and Largest 114-116 S. Palafox St. :"

'bout L It will absorb the moisture W business that It could. After For sale by W. A. D'D'Alenberte Music Florida House in Clutter Music House PENSACOLA PhonelS -, -
ket'p the place City Attorney Jones rendered an 1
sweet. When clenhGuse. druggist and apothecary 121 South
1.: rub the bed slat genwroalr Druggist and Jtyrtkicarj, opinion wherein he cited the well Palafox street or send lOc in stamps EL CEO. W. C. CLUTTER, Tres. B. E. CLUTTER. See. "

"i 'a alcohol It will keep yermta known rules and procedure governing for sample to the Herpicida! Co., De .IIf -"*-- "- .-
I-at 121 Ssulh, Palafu Street Peaoa! Fli. special meetings: and the call for the ,troit. Mich. I I': ::H EB--.- .J. _4H;:' J:H'_. U; Wtt; J n J-B-n'H-H. :n.n; -

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PAGE POUR THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING- JUNE 1, 1906 ,
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I.counting for less intelI ge ce. All these
pineapple crop is.aiso. said to be nii- CONDENsEDSTORIES.. terestingly to d-: 1 will.wire the facts wU1'tully explain why'men cf intelligence j
affords : I
Je Jtttjaloh\lJ GUtLWIfWWUlJ1n.flfL1rLnWUuV the usually point heavy.for ,some Apalachicola'enterprising man chairman of-the Essex county ,committee I in the higher races may have j The 1308 Model

: who will invest in the' crate manu- Judge English's'' Amusing Experience ,'and if he confirms what you brains. not notably. heavy, but they do J j I

facturing business and the first man. With a Typical 1 Hobo. have said I will cheerfully let you not disprove the general statement'' RemingtonSholes -

W if 1JW U JLJJtt 4 W t WJ if JU WfflflflflfU I on the ground .will reap: the greater. The late Jug English, the author have the $10. It is now 2 o'clock. that as a class such' men do possess

DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. benefit-'Apalachicola* Times. r of "Ben Bolt," had an experience Come to.my hotel at 7:30, and by brains heavier than the average. !
,
: with a typical hobo when the -that time I will have heard from The mistake arises from" the failure ;'

: PUBLISHED EVERY Money in Potatoes. I,I Newark Newark. If is true the to recognize that noted men who ?have with its
MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY A Massachusetts man is reportedto judge represented the your story new billing attachment

have come to Florida, raised a po-:;: ((N. J.) district the hoase, of rep- $10 will be waiting for you" shown intellectual{ power not infrequently and instantly interchangeable QT.
.. limited to
.BY... I I tato crop on thirty4ve acres of resentatives. The f ellow pruced up It is needless to add that the fellow were sharply one or riages, tabulator and twi.cITilling
: ground, sold the same for a net profit!!I two directions, being very defective in ribbon movement, is the lI10st _
I did not in at Com
for the occasion and to the put an
THE JOURNAL COMPANY. of $3,700. and is intending to raise1! going appearance other directions. Blind Tom i an plete combined

nru-Lr another crop of some other staple on capitol, sent his card in to the Newark the'hoteL idiot in fact-an extreme case of whatIs
r jt --j iji jrr- ru.rnJWflflJWFRANK '
the same ground before this year is member, who was noted as; a quite .common. At the other extreme andCorrespondence

L. MAYES, President and General' Manager. up. This other crop is expected to humanitarian. When Judge Englishcame Her Last Baby. was Gambetta who was not much'I

w -w_ twr p make his net proceeds equal to $120 out the fellow "kotowed"and Since the death .a few years ago more than an orator, whose cerebral
per acre. That looks like a pretty of Bishop Clark of Rhode Island an i
important found to be bigh-
introduced himself as an speech centers were machine manufactured.
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. good proposition and while not one Design H
lish's amusing anecdote has been going The rest of his train as it was for fast
__,- man in ten will have the combined member of Mr. En I| Jy developed. service, bwh to-
--- -- Jn rrLrL ruutw- f' good sense and good luck to equal it, party. He talked familiarly pf some I the rounds among his former' r! was small/'and his general intellectual hard and use, recommended by expert:

most friends. I j and judgments were decidedly: guaranteed against wear It -
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. everybody can approximate of the Essex county politicians.: For- ; power offered as the idealTypewriter *

1 'One Year.$5 00 One !.{onth........ ........ 45 closely enough -to it to make good mer Representative William Fiedler, !I While a young pastor, 'in charge I*I-! defective. Ability in one or two lines '

Six:: Mouths............... t 50 One Week.... ............ 1& and easy money.* -Tampa Times. afterward postmaster of Newark, of a small parish in northern New .; may make a man famous while fee is i
*
Three Months..... ....... 1 25 Weekly Edition per year.l Ot Bryan in 1908. was described as'"Me chum, Billy: England, Mr. Clark was making ., really very defective and his brain I, i

flMfl jUt calls and came'to the house : proves to be small. ;
-- JtLrLrL r -- one day for
jWmn JL J1JL t JSSfttAPJ1Rflt Will W. J. Bryan again be a can- : producing the most good work
; not necessarily Intellectual !!
The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed didate for president in 1908 That, I of a woman who believed in having'a Heavy brains are would be the shortest time with the least etfon!

gentleman was in 'Egypt last week; large family. In fact, several i ones, or elephants Write today for fun descriptloa.
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. and in reply to a question asked hinij times during his pastorate the clergyman -I j I in the class of geniuses. The material I Local Agents wanted for

rUW ,JW JW'W flfW saId that he is "satisfied that the :: might also be pathologic! and thepos-: I unoccupied territory.
things I have been fighting for are' had had her babies presented :;. sessor an Imbecile. It often happens j THE ARITHMOCRAPH

; Offices 108 and 110 East Papers Saloon:Trains' growing" but that he will "not do for baptism, and her thrift was j! that men of big brain and great ability j Majestic Bidg., CO.

Government. Phone 38. I and at all News Stands. anything 'to secure another nomina.''I -4.lJiIjIji, well known in the neighborhood. suffer from early neglect and are found I ChIcagoJACKSONVILLE

tion, and does not want it unless circumstances The lady saw Mr. Clark passing'and in lowly employments or may remain ,
--V- --j-i __ 1 .._ 4__ seem to demand it" It I FLA.
called to him "Oh
: Mr. Clark, ignorant through life' These few facts 204 West Bay Street
is certainly true that the things for
which he fought are growing and do come in I You haven't seen my do not prove that large brains,. are. I I ,
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY UKUUXINO.! JUNE 1. 1906 I :. last baby yet." I i worthless and not indicative of mental -- --
/from
this distance it seems not Unlikely
1'
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H mH that circumstances will demand I The minister replied, with a power as a rule. We cannot get away Marine

The Lesson from the blessings-in the 'onth-.-than in almost that ,he. again lead the democratic emile, "No, madam, and "never exI I from the fact that man as an animal is Grocery Co.

any other field, and public sentiment hosts.-''Madison. New Enterprise. /" pect to.-Boston Herald. supreme because of his large brain; 604, 606 608. 610 S.
Tennessee Convention is at fault where this is not. being .... that among races the-brainiest are the Palafox St.
hone
done. Let us "the sensible, practicableand Center of Population.The highest and that in any one race the 725.

The spectacle presented at the first above all in earnest in our 'efforts center of population in the Senator Aldrich's Story. most intelligent, as a rule, are those V. J. VIDAL, Manager.We .

,Way's session of the Tennessee Democratic for the upbuilding of the south and results -United States has steadily moved, "I am afraid," said Senator Knox, who have the most brains. will sell for ten days .
di
convention called to nominate will be ours. westward along the 38th parallel "that the railroad rate advocates : ;j
Men of small brains are not the 'lead than cost:

a candidate for governor when fight- never north getting or south more than of It. a It few U minutes now have got a rod in pickle for us." I era, and no statistics of the brain I No. 2 Mackerel, 2 for 15c.

ing and general disorder were much 41 near Columbus, Ind., 519 miles west "Yes," replied Senator Elkins of weights of a few exceptional :men :I Smoked Halibut (very fine) ;jOc,

in evidence and actual rioting: was THE LESSON! OF of where it was! in 1710, it then be- West Virginia, "and the best we can I noted for limited abilities can reverse I per pound. *

only prevented: by the presence of police RAILROAD CORRUPTION. ing 23 miles east of Baltimore. The do is to get it as lightly pickled as the rule. Universities do not create j Blood Holland Red Herring Salmon(,in lOe kits per ib.

was in striking contrast to the io center of the negro population is at possible." brains but merely train what exist! so I ) iu> w

New Orleans States. Rome. Ga., and moving toward the "Reminds that the owners are better fitted: for!. kit.Kaiser
said Senator Aid-
but short time beforeIn me Herring (in tins
,
primary held a .. Gulf.-Gainesville Elevator. ) 45c .:>; .'
I rich "of the in Providence the battle of life. Many a man is :sent I tin.
the tame state, at which "Fiddling f I IHI""l-t boy who !
to college who should be handling a I: Salacine Sausage (
!Job' Taylor was nominated for the Advertising Pays. went to the' drug store for 5-cents' amounts impored) ;;e
pick and shovel, and Je never per pound.
The shocking' corruption which has !Fully fifty cent of the Florida worth of salts.
ICnited States senate, and! while disgraceful per to much, even though he subsequently We have a fresh stock of in.;: .-. :

in the extreme, will serve: its been exposed in the administration of publications have either reproducedThe "The druggist began measuring makes his living at some very limited Maccaronl, Spagetti, Italian T-.,: .: j
the Pennsylvania railroad has sick Tropical Sun's write-up of the
it out. The
boy stood around Paste Greek Black
by furnishing material for Olives.
purpose specialty.-American Medicine. j Amuyj:
ened the public mind because it is proposed reclamation of land and
argument, which the advocates of the : incficative of general rottenness in building of roads near West Palm and watched. 'Here/ he said final- Navy Bread Pilot Bread, Italian :ha- :

primary system will not be slow to the railway world and at the present I Beach or commented favorably on ly to the druggist, 'don't give me --- Tack, Boston Russian Brown Caviar Bn>arf, F-i: .
Bread
i avail themselves of. time thoughtful people are wondering the scheme. Each of these publications !lny more_ of them salts than you Porn Change. I French, and Italian Sweet and O.s.: !mi> .: ,

what will be the effect of these ree- has, besides its local circulationa haye to for a nickel. You see, I "You don't mean to tell me that'yon,
The selection of Governor Taylor We carry the only full ]Jimof Frauds
lations onthe'mllllons of railway employs foreign circulation of more or less "CEBTAEfLT I WILL tET YOU HIVE THBM05KT. have to take them.' have named your baby 'Ananias? '\ :
New .
got Leggett's and Dodson -.
without friction and Br- > i
by the people was or throughout the country. That magnitude. In fact it can be safely "Yessuh," answered Uncle Ben.
York World. canned goods in the city. Gulf; : ..
disorder; the voters went quietiy to It will result in far-reaching aiemoralization estimated that hundreds of news Fiedler," while former Representative Dafs his name." j 1 Coffee Co.'s "Oaxaca" Gold Staniar;(i ::'
the polls and cast their baliois[ for there is little reason to papers have gone into every state in HEAVY BRAINS.
Lchlbacb was spoken of as "But Ananias was the most untiuth-;; Daybreak Diamond Blend an i \u .-
the Union
It is telling the of
doubt not wise to overlook or story West
men of their choice. The attempt to ful jnan in history." i den Rio Coffee for sale. T- .,, .
attempt to discount the shock that !Palm Beach and her latest development "Lelly. After the fellow had almost I :: \ : 11 I
fcelecl a candidate for governor under these employes will suffer when they scheme. And yet, when a news- exhausted his stock Judge They be Intellectual Not Keeesiarll One. the Most "Dat's de reason. We's gwinterj put: high grades and give perfect tatkfa:

the ring-rule plan amply demonstrated -realize that their superior officers paper man approaches some butf'ness English finally said: Other factors besides brain dat boy in politics. We's been nan1n'children I tion.
who and men and solicits advertising he nil! weightare 'George Washington' j; fob ,
the Iniquities of the convention have been preaching fidelity "Well, man all this talk ia ---
my ,
known to :
honor to them have all the time them be met with the answer, "0, it doesn't: influence intelligence. It years an' it didn't do no good jvow
system, not only: as regards Us lall- leading up to something. What can has long been known that the distinguishing .i
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selves been common grafters. That pay. -West Palm Beach Sun. we's gwinter try de other feller.; Legal JJdveriissnienfs
ure to roice the sentiments of the the moral. effect will be bad is in. I S S S I do for you?" character of the human brainis Washington Star. !

people, hut also in the opportunity evitable. For Chicken Fanciers. 'Tis awfully embarrassing tome the large number of connecting In Escambia County C.< \r ',

Jt presented for politicians to wrangle There is no "railroad that has ranked A Lake Helen lady has discoveredthat i yer honor, to! have to make me fibers, by which its cells are co-ordi Origin of Alcohol. State of Florida. In Chant I IVtaters II

and fight to secure for themselves higher than the Pennsylvania. It if the leaves of 'camphor tress declaration, but.truth is I am temporarily -' nated. ,In no other species are they A scientist says that when people \ ] vs. Rosina Borra :. '

office which only the .people have 'aright has been held up to the whole world are put in hens' nests there will be financially embarrassed and BO numerous or complicated. The cells I were cave dwellers their diet consisted L. Borras, her husband, SUio<>.. .
as a model' of" 'superb management, no vermin abiding therein and if I constitute but a very small part of theweight I I entirely of roots and fruits and that it !. and Daniel Bergin, her husbit:. : L ,
to bestow. and for years the :people of the coop of little chicks are set under want enough'money to see me hometo There is now considerable evi-j is not unnatural J to suppose that the Bauer and Julia Bauer, hs; w : .

The choice of nominees for public United States have regarded it'as the camphor trees the insects that torture Newark. An X will do the act' deuce that the same rule applies among food was often stored In course: 'Cardinas: and Joseph Carl. -

office by the primary system gives greatest: and most honestly conducted little chickens in Florida will not and I will return it as soon as I individual men, and that those of great I of time the fruit fermented away., the husband: Josephine Yelvert: -
of their railways but now they I sugarin Roy Velverton her husband i iv
molest them. Those who have tried reach home, ,
: Intelligence have connections
every raan an opportunity to express= more so it was turned into alcohol!and
see that its officials have encouraged pure Bauer Willie Bauer Nettie i K ,
the poultry business have
:Us, ,personal 'Views as to the candidate and accepted'! Bribes by the wholesale. remedy at hand for many of an its easy "Certainly" I-will let you have the that their cells" can do more and better the cave dwellers drank it and got to I John Bauer and Lorena Bau> r

and the right of suffrage is Therefore it is impossible' for the plexities if they will plant camphor per- money, said Judge English, witha "team work. like it. This was the beginning ot the Monday, the 2d .day of. ._July, v

dangerously abridged when the power public mind to escape the conclusion trees.St Augustine Record. good natured twinkle in his eyes. Some investigations have shown the use of alcohoL i i I llUtj, tae ofiienaant wiuue I i.

cf the people is delegated to the that if corruption' is rife among the S The hobo's face was at once corpus callosum to have a large cross John Bauer and Lorena Bauer -

officials of this model road what may A Great Opportunity. wreathed in smiles as he already section la men who had shown great Medical.A ; quired to appear to the bill flic! i .-

hands of the few. be true of the other roads that rank I There we $225.000,000.; Invested in in imagination, feel the ability. It is also known that the young doctor said to a girl: : them h-srein. This order to :>-

far below it. The logical conclusion cotton mills In the Southern states crisp brains of able men are likely to pre. "Do you know, my dear, I have e lished once each week for fua.secutive .
An claims that John ten dollar bill in hand. .
exchange D. .his
is that if the officers of the Pennsylvania '
and not a dollar! of this stupenduous sent more convolutions and deeperones heart affection for you? weeks in The Pensacoia'
:Rockefeller is Illiterate. He can afford I railroad are as they have sum in Florida. And to make our "But, added the New Jersey rep- than the average, as though there "Have you bad it long?" she coyly nal, a newspaper published ::>. '

to be. been shown to be bribe-takers thereis humiliation greater ours .is the only! resentative, his fade assuming a wa-e more brain cells as well as more required."Oh ; Escambia County. A. M. Mr-M! .
no reason to suppose that the officers Clerk Circuit Court. ( L ''i; \
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state in the cotton producing belt more grave expression, "of course connections. A few observations in yes. I feel I: will liver troubled
of roads innocent .
other are so without mard, D. C. Pensacoia Fla.. Ma- .
i Chairman Shonts can talk canal a it would appear that a general investigation for such a mill.. What an opportunity bef oie letting ypu have the money the lower races point to the fact that life without you" he responded. ; 1906. 1JUIK iV.A--:

teap better than he can dig it. is not only inevitable, but era t. capitaI.-Live OakDemo- I will have to' verify your story, their brains are essentially different in "Then you had better asthma,";;; sheTHAT

imperative.. yhichjrou: havje. so plausibly> and.in- microscopic.- .. organizations. partly. ac softly murmured. '
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Tn the light of the Pennsylvania EXposures I :. I Proposals will be received a" K
How to Get the people are able to-under --' : reau of Supplies and Account.N. : ;,',
-. -- Washington, D. (' ',"'
> Department
I stand things that heretofore it wis -a ,
Manufactories.Manufactories difficult to account for. For many '. "- 10 o'clock a. m., June 19. !1-!' ,1' ,
i publicly opened immediateU! :< ,,',
: are needed in the years they have shown that the great ,
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railway system granted rebates, but ter, to furnish at the navy >.: : ':
southern states, and the development sacola Fla. of .. .
it explained apologetically that a quantity n \
was
I of the country depends in great measure 5- -- __-__ --- : ..,. .. . '
the rebates were wrung from them by '' --- -- ; ,I piles!!, as follows: Sen. 82. \ > rties. --
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upon their establishment The powerful and selfish shippers. While '---- :- -. .-Sch. 583: Oakum ';n ,

Tradesman. realizing their necessity, accepting, with an allowance of salt. ''''. ,,. '-'. etc.,, oak yellow pin- -

this explanationthoughtfulminded ,, iron, rubber packing, ;r.1 "'
offers the following suggestions as to -- i -r-
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: persons wondered why the railroads ; valves.-Sch. 584: Stee1-\\ r\' -. .
: bow they may be secured: could not put an end to the rebate i bar iron, iron pipe. Applica! <"

There is room all through the south evil by So simple a device as refuse proposals should designate t:

for more mills and factories. So longs ing to haul the freight of this class 1ILt gjkT-- .. ules desired. by numlwr.' BL:. .

'> there is raw material shipped out of shippers unless they paid tM' ,' : osals will be furnished upon; ,

:, Df the sou h to !be made into finished usual rates. Now. however the public ."" >'t ion- to the navy pay officr I'.

products elsewhere just so long is understands quite. well that the ': la.*Fla., or to the Bureau. 1 H{ -

f there room ''for manufacturing enterprises railroads were neither terrorized not ,/,'-. : '. Harris, Paymaster-General, V : \

t to change this order here andsf Jmlldozed but on the contrary, the -- -- if. 5-25-OS junel-8.
long as the south Is bUymi; pro- officers reduced rates to great industrial ..:, S;1 ;;. : .'.
ducts elsewhere that i made here Ji \ .
can >e I corporations in order to put p Fi -
of a
I AdIIl!il1.3trator's Notice :
; economically, just so long should there I money in their ,pock ts. The rebate s',. t- .I t1em nt, In re estate of John v\ -
;: be a sentiment and a demand that system did not pay the stockholders, ;
f. Buch 'products be made here. but it paid! immensely well the managers 5'1 ,r ter, deceased.
is tha- '1- -
Notice hereby
given
: Large sums of money are being of the roads who got money I / -- '
spent by many cities throughout the and valuable stock in the Star.dard i Z ; day, the 7th day of August' ,

t south to attract industries to their Oil Company, in coal companies and ; :i 10 o'clock a. m., oas soon 'I' .
as same can be heard, I wil1! *
in other .
t' places and 'to these as well as others corporations which were "
,
not so insistent The Tradesman offers large shippers. i the Honorable County JucU< -,
'
It has been ., ; .. cambia county, :Florida: tor;
:.i ,the following suggestion: Begin a dlt. made as plain as" anything H -- ; : .
ferent kind of campafgn from that you 'can that the rebate is inseparably discharge from the admini.-/
f" Dave been waging and start one ad connected with tha corruption of ti'. I ''11 said estate.

hominum, instead. Start out to ascertain railroad officers. It has, existed mere HAPJtY L. FR.\-"ri:::.
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f. what manufacturers there are ly because those officers could be -1- .,
t in the north and east who have sons bought to ,""betray the interests of th-j / AS. In Escambia County Circv.-:
t- that have. been brought up and train- stockholders and the public whose -. State of Florida. In Chant t 'r..

f:{, ei In their respective lines of business. servants they are, and the many millions .: P4// Bannerman vs. Wm. A. Am. '.
it Say to these that the rapid development of ;dollars which this corporation zie Armistead his wife, an-i l lI. '

:t: of the south, especially along has cost,those interests will per- F. Stewart. On Monday, :h- : .;

industrial lines, is opening up unparal-- haps nevsr'be known. Any Idea that : 4 ;: I lof July, A. D., 1906. tho :j. .. .. ,
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li: tEd: opportunities for manufactur- may have existed in the public mind I y Benjamin F. Stewart, is r'. i r- 1.

Ing and it they will 8end one eon who that the railroads were held up has I appear to the bill filed ;1'*

l 1i:; has experience In managing a given been Dispelled, for it is now phinI I 1. ) ii 1' herein. This order to !I" .
I ", ,-. line ,of manufacturing that you will!I' that the, road:? could hav. most effcc-, I once each week for four ((4 > J.

; ::. place an equal sum of money to that ftively resisted them. But Itvas!I I ,- live weeks in The pacoa :-. -

I ha brings to establish such a plant in I found ,profitable not to resist, hence \ ? ,' Ii I It newspaper published in 0,1. ; '> '
t: your' city. I I'I I hundreds! of thousands of dollars went \k EItAT /_ Ma County. A. M. McMi":J: '

Never offer a bonus, further than a into the pockets of railroad managers Circuit Court. By L. G. \.>- c' :
t free site for bonus hunters are as a} as th result of their despicable: treason k\S C. Pensactfa! Fla., May :!M': '

\ ::: rule to 'be avoided but what is wanted I to those whose' trustees they I --io f'.J I ) ,1 (Official Seal) 2"': : 7

: .. S f Is men, with such training and. were. TIiere'notl ing now so' apparent '
". experl'j as the, need'of a general railroad \ i ,
In B
ence as will inspire confidence County Judge's Court.: .
'ii' snangement and where one has his before investigation and with the lights 1"e / ,. County, Florida.-By th.' .'
us there is no reason to doubt .'
:f, own capital at stake others can afford j that i Judge of said county: Whl'I' ,
I -whatever tb, probe is inserted I :
r to take equal chances with him in Its'corruption: will be found. ii i Sullivan has applied to tJH;,; E'
t profitable employment Letters of Administration o:
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There are manufacturing enterprises I ute of Jam McDonald ." ';
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{ $ 7E ilHH iI late of the said County of }tv.'" :r
1 all! over the .north which are selling' '
.:' their products ,In the south some E 9 iI These are, Therefore, to ct-: <-.: \
NEWS AND '
through branch houses! simply for'dls.1 VIEWS # It I monish all and singular! -' "
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r. trlbu and it would FROM STATE PAPERS. # 'red and creditors of said -
ng. pay these to I .iHHD .
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I' to be before u- -
-- have mills and distributing factories -, : and appear ''
in the south instead. HHf ; on or before the 15th da; <-* "
; ;. : .' A. D. 1906, and file objectior- :: --
Then keep up the agitation for .
Crate : ''
Factory Wanted. '
t =
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i they'have to the granting .
; technical education among the young (Reports state that not in ; __ : t f. _.
has samev.
years ; aforesaid otherwise the
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: men of the south. The time is at there been such a great of ..)':.l" ,; ; -
crop vege granted Witness m> ::
as prayed'
hand when any one with a techincal : ; <: :: : : :: i
tables raised
in Florida I.- : "- -
there -'
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as Coua > -
the
are of
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training and a' willingness. to work this year, and truckers find difficulty 4 '-"!:" i'it .. ,"., ql .' ,; said this 3rd day of May J K- '
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: can'reap a greater harvest of.material! in securing' supplj- of carriers. The '- .. .' .. HENRY BELLING-
tlOTH:I .- tSNT PALATABLE TO THE TONGUE' IS SWALLOWED BY.THETRU3T.$. Jacksonville ,, J..
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THE, PENSACOLA JOUKW- ,, ;' \ ,
-- -.,.. ----- ---,-- ._-.., norsvfrhtt aONE 1. 1906 -
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xuxuxtac8xuxax8sutxsxs3cactat FOR THE .
:6\ CHILDRENIn ,
: '4 It And many other painful and serious -

$ PEOPLE and EVENTS ; 1-.:., /-t; and Out of a Fix. ailments from which most mothers

ei -. ,1'41F, {- A good game is known" as "GettingInto 's fferari, be avoided i by the'use of .
a fix and out of it.
( ': : '\.. Give the players ten minutes or so : "' Dthes Ft!0L" This great remedy ,

11 Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go Come and ,'I, .1. J to,think of some sort of predicamentor BREAS T is a God-send to women, carryingthem : -
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I "fix. Then call time and let each through their most critical

1 [ Tarry Women and Society, Here and 'Elsewhere one in the write fix that a story he has Involving thought.some one ordeal with safety and no pain.

No woman who uses 'Mother's Friend" need fear the sufferingand
Gather
.N up all the storks and then
distribute danger incident birth; for it robs the ordeal of its horror
Br e. JVEUfE BECK. 669. them so that no one wiJI l receive -
Telephone his own and insures safety to life of mother and child and leaves her ina
back.
= t******************* paper Now tell
I each player to think up and write on condition more favorable to speedy recovery. The child is

a separate sheet of paper a way to get also healthy and

TO-MY, SON. [Journal's Daily Fashion Feature. ;Wisdom REFLECT may be A shrewdly MOMENT' shown! in Then out of each the fix one that must he finds his described. good natured., strong Our book '

pass DTH'Eft'S
Do you know that.your soul Is of my money saving as well as in money get paperto "Motherhood is worth I
his
soul such part, ting. Here is' a saving chance for left hand neighbor and, takingthe ;

That you seem!tube'fibre and core of those who wish to buy WHITE: OX- paper handed him by his right its weight in gold to every ..

my: heart? x FORIDS JUST NOW. hand neighbor must devise a way out woman, and will be sent free in plain

Noneother caa.pain me as you dear l l li _95c PAIR. of the fix he finds described on that y: -;'
to
do envelope by addressing application F' II EN D '
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can ; Ladies' White Canvass Oxfords paper and so on until all the papers

None other can please ,no or praiseme ," -' Bluchers, large eyelets, Cuban heel have passed through each player's Bradfield Regulator Co. AtlantaGa :

as you. FOR. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY hands. 0.
Remember the world will be quick! ,
with its-blame CWLY, Then gathering up the "fixes" once ,

again you may read each one in turn ,. .. ,, _
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.F'O''M -
If shadow or--taln ever darken your MEYER SHOE COMPANY =fOIII! ,JI
name. aloud and ask each player to read

mother like Is a saying af3fj from his papers the way: he suggestsfor z
"Like son Feet Furnishers For Folks
getting ont-ot the fix.
true.
Tie so world will judge largely of 102,S..Palafox Street One fix, for"lnatance was thus described Good :i

"Mother" by : Hosiery
you. : \ ---------
Be yours then the task, if task it shall "Going out of my house one day I

be, BOSSO'SIce caught my dress in the front door,
To force this proud world to do hom- uc U' '. which was equipped with a spring ,, ,. "

Be sure age it to will me;say when its verdictj014'Ve 14( !d1W/tW Li '2's Cream, Factorycan call lock.to There ring the was bell no one for me whom, nor I could could First last' and

won Always
I reach the bell myself. What was I '
She: reaped aa she"sowed, lo, this furnish you cream in to do?" :
man Is her son. \ ,
any quantity Satisfaction One answer "Bang on the door and ,
guaranteed. "
The above exquisite lines with call.
their tender appeal to all that Is Lest PHONE 1326 Another answer "Cut off the piece of Our Hosiery department 'stands second .

in boy and man, lave been sent to ; g / SAM BOSSO Prop. your dress that was caught"

The Journal, without comment or : jj iILiLL ; Another: "Unfasten your skirt and :

credit, but they appear to have been slip out of it. Then ring for admis- to none in this city.
clipped from an Atlanta( : Journal. time as'on the occasion of his form. sion."
They 4' serve to be widely distribut- I er -visit' in growth and fruitage they

tl: ?nd would rouse the sleeping love are ,likely to be quite as well rewarded A Difficult Word. The reason

cf right da the most indifferent- "Why don't you study your reading
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.AUXILIARY:TO-Y+,-M. C. A. Mrs. Byrd Doggett who has spent a I pa lesson asked, Frances severely.?" that little lady's pa- We buy ;i, from reliable importers and

TO ELECT OFFICERS AND MAY fcW:! days with relatives left last
"The words hard
to
are so
pronounce
ORGANIZE GLEE CLUB. night to join Mr. Doggett and spend
The young women who are' men- the summer in New England. papa," replied the small student and manufacturers only.We .

hers::! of the Auxiliary to the YoungMen's : "I don't" believe you can say
Christian :Association will Hon. W. :A. Rawls. now a Talla- them yourself.
have a called meeting at the residence hasseean but ;soon to become a Pen- "Oh, nonsense! Spell the words and give :the very best values possible. i
of the'president Mrs. Walker sacolian will pass through to-night en divide them Into syllables."
Ingraham Monday afternoon at 5:30( route to New Orleans. Then he spelling began. ;
The business
do in this de-
active
to elect officers for the ensuing six I "G-r-l-n-d. What's that,papa?" we
months.' :A tel gram to her parents from "Grand. Go ort"

There is also thought of taking up I, Miss Edna Rosasco, who was expected "Grand, f-'a-t What's that?" demonstrates facts
the study of music and forming a home last' evening from Agnes "Grand fat h-e-r. What does that partment two namely -

Glee Club. a. Scott Institute, announces that she spell papa?"*
-+- was detained in :Atlanta and will arrive "
We h \
"Why, her of course. Go on. re1ihe
THE PROPOSED GLEE CLUBS h' this morning. "Grand fat herisisis""Do : *
AND WHAT lA HORRID MAN j
let me see the book Frances!
SAYS OF FEMININE JINERS. I Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Mitchell have
Whoever heard of a grand fat her? You Right Goods
Since ,the decline of the' "We.lnes ; ; returned from New York. They stopped -
day Musicale" musically: Inclined en route in Jacksonville to get surely"haven't spelled the word cor :

femininity has had no mushal organ- their two boys who reniaineo' with? rectly. Tjhe Right Prices .
izatiqn in Pensacola to the distinct SUMMER COAT IN WHITE LINEN' Mrs Mitchell's parents -Mr. and :Mrs And then mamma laughed from her
loss of musical culture in: the com C. B. Rog r.3. corner.
munity For, the "Wednesday Musi- A dainty and serviceable addition to the coat material or, as in this Instance + And Frances cried triumphantly: !i Yours

cale"" was a delight: to its members the small maid's summer wardrobe is of eyelet embroidery in daisy Rev. P. H. Whaley entertained: quite "I told you these words were awfully ,, .,
tha coat of some! white material such design, the edges of the collar finished
and to their friends, and was justlya a party on the 'bay for Archdeacon hard papa. You see you can't pronounce
source of pride to the community as linen or pique, made large and loose with deep scallops! in hutton-ho'e ;Webber Tuesday.j them yourself.1"Mglit !
Now it is possible that the members enough to slip on easily over the lin- stitf_h. Tie sleeve is a full bishop Watson Parker &Rppspffl
of the Young Women's Christian gerie frock. That of the, picture is of motel 'gathered into a straight band CDUCQdvUSuccessors
Association to be exact the heavy white butcher's linen, the front of the 1'nen on which is set the turn-j Miss Mary White returned Wednesday Flower. I :, ,
:Auxiliary to the Y. }I. C. 'A.-may and back hanging from: the shoulders, back cuff of the eyeletembroidery..I evening from Marianna where Some flowers, as you know open in

form a Glee Club or an orcb '&tra, or the forward 'turning pleats stitched The baby hat worn with this coat is she has been1 visiting friends and the early morning and close at dark; to Green & Watson
loh. ALd it is to b.$; toped that more than hall :way from neck to hem,, of fine white mull, shirred on featherbone lelatives. Miss Whit who has been others remain open all the time and

they will do so, for various reasons. and the bottom of the coat finished cords, the ribbon bow "on the' very sick! foe"some time returned still others open only at night You .. .... ..... ..
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The G'ee Club idea is: particularly: with a wide-stitched hem. The broad front of the crown and the long tie much improved. have all! noticed this no doubt but = R ; "E:

at11 active. Such a club would not sailor collar, with front tabs, may be of I. strings being in a delicate blue shade. have you ever thought about the rea- --- -
Mrs. W. D. Chipley who has beenin i
only give its members untold for these different habits? It Is
,. Atlanta guest of her son and son
,pleasure voice and, tho but,general the training musical knowledge of the- even n'are important and useful ad- THOMPSON-ANDERSON daughter Mr. and Mrs. Hunt diplay, not mere chance.: Nothing in nature is I Watermarks Modern Fountain Pen
iui j WEDDING is ic Marshall N. C. and will left to chance. As flowers depend on
vdUae: been this m3.ubersliip, IN GONZALEZ. now ,
thu-
acquired would undoubtedly Saves time aid you all know that time is money. It's a whole
I and that is-self reliance. There was a pretty home wedding spend the summer,in that state. insects for fertilization, they must
voices
develop beautiful now un- desk outfit right in your vest pocket and it always ready at
Many a beautiful voce: has been Wednesday night in, Gonzalez at the adapt themselves to the habits of the
suspected by even their owners and your call. When the ink! is out, immerse the pen in an ink-
improve others. !tot to the world, and to the serviceif residence of Mr. and lira Thompson Sales of Blue Ribbon Vanilla are insects or die. The flowers that closeat well and with a "simple twist of the wrist"' it is filled again.
'Moreover, aside from the musical lu (;!vcr, through the wupersensi-. when their: attractive daughter increasing rapidly because there's night depend entirely on insects that $2.50 and $3.S0.Cce's.
education and the voice training assured tiveness and the timidity of its possessor. Miss Daisy Thompson was united in nothing just like the "Blue Ribbon fly by day, and those that open at night
'0 the members of a Glee Club! : And one 'of the surest reiae- marriage to Mr. Carl Anderscu. Flavor." Besides they go twice as depend on night flying insects. So you ::Boo]Ertore.
they .jes: for those qualitlja is tie discipline The ceremony was followed by a far.
would unconsciously! derive ant see how nature makes one thing fit in
of class' singing/; reception and the happy couple were Phone 233. 213 South Palafox Street, Pentacala
with another. Another strange thing .
There Is no hu'!'.an mat'e instru I showered with good wishes and FRATERNAL SOCIETY
ment In the world so beautiful in beautiful presents. ESTABLISHED AGENCY HERE about it is that day insects cannot fer- = .
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tone, so effective so thrilllngly oul- :Among the guests from Pensacolawere M tilize night flowers, and night Insects I ..... -- --
moving, a, the singing human voice Mr. and Mrs. Chestnut. and fam cannot fertilize day flowers. The fertilization THE CARTOONIN 'I = --= .J
of the best fraternal
One societiesin
even *hen un rain.).!. Properly, ily. is done, you know, by the
the country, The Modern Workmen
though even only moderately trained becomes -6- of the World, ]has i recently established.' carrying of pollen from one flower to TODAY'S PAPER CHASE
tha power of the singing 'Voice Miss Marie Kappa who' has beenin an agency In 'our city. This society another.
0. it is-wllen
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incalculable.: Anj Pensacola
some time, the guest ofMrs. furnishes first claas protection incaseof ,
unpampered-alwayS at hand. E. W. Lawrence Transferring a Rose'Leaf. ,
West Gar '
on
sickness, accident\ or death at reasonable The cartoon printed "n this : ts';
Besides, :the mere pleasure of being den street, left yesterday for her rate. Old Age Benefits, Paid The girls and boys, too, will! be gladto furnished by courtesy of the Florida
able :to sing is of itself ample re home in Louisville. know that they can, with very little
Certificates and Cash
Withdrawals
# Up Sun, an illustrated weekly of
cartoon
necessary;
the practice
ward for 'all the most selfish point ofview. are also special features of this< trouble, transfer to paper a perfect impression and comment printed ih Jacksonville,'
from even Mrs. Julian S. Sibley and son John society. A local assembly: : is to be of a rose leaf Including its Fla. This paper U brimful of good
.
who is well acqainted with have returned from Montgomery ., organized !in Pensacola as soon as pos- color. Here is the way to do it: Lay things of interest to Florida people.
A man 6'S
what he calls "Feminine idiosyncra sible. For further information call on the leaf on a sheet of clean white pa- Cartoons from the pen 6f A. K. Taylor,:

dies," but in a tone and with an expression Mr. and Mrs. Walter-'Kehoe are the organizer,.Henry R. Wentworth. ; per, and over it put a piece of white like the one producted; in this issue,
that intimates harsher the happy parents of a fine daughter. 323 W: Zarragossa street of this city. linen soaked in spirits of niter. Put are a feature of The Sun, each issue I

things, referring to the proposed torn Thursday morning. the leaf thus inclosed in a blank book containing a number :of them. The
,tl "Glee Clubs" of the young people, 6 Pensacola Arle, No. 1293 F. O. E. and lay away under pressure for a editorial page is under the directionof

said yesterday: Archdeacon Webber left yester- There will be a regular meeting on week. At the end of that time It will Mr. Claude I/Eagle, :.who comment
June 1 at 7:30: p. m., In Eagle hall, :
"The boys will succeed and I predict lya to the great regret of his'many be found that the rose leaf has lost its with a bold, free hand km live Florda
will become a power for friends West Garden street (old Odd Fellows'hall topics political and :; general. The
they and acquaintances has receivedit
and, color, but that the paper
A full attendance ,
Lydia E. Pinkhsm'sVegetable good, but I''"have, my doubts abouts though the results of his goo:j; work Business) of great is requested. thus giving a perfect and durable Sun u a 16-page, 4-column magazineand COFFEES i
importance. :
in of literary excellence
to any- point
"Glee" amounting not be compares
the girls ; may so quickly apparent this .
leaf.NOTICE.
CKAiS. M. COSTON W. P.M. impression of the
Compoundis Ihing. The boys are Amenable to with the Saturday Evening I

a positive cure for all those painful tflscipline. They 'can be drilled over B. FRANK Sec. Post, Collier's or Harper's Weekl.:

ailments of women. It will entirely ; and over on one note-one bar-one The subscription priceof;: The Sun i;; and )
cure.the worst forms,of Female Complaints phrase-until they _are perfect. They A BIG CONSIGNMENT OF J2.00 a year, $i.o0 for six month: 50.
Inflammation and Ulceration, wont pat their feet nervously, fidget, ROCKFORD! RAILROAD WATCHES We wish to inform the public that for three months. Every Floridian
Fallingvand Displacements"and conse- flop and -fan- pout.their--Ups; quiver "The Best I is!: What We Sell" we have no connection with any other, should take it and read it. Subscriptions

quent Spinal Weakness, and is peculiarly i- their chins and their;voices; call thel J. F. Davis the Jsfweler, located at concern. can be made thrdugh this paperor
;adapted to the an -their. teacher, 'a THE JOHN WHITE STORE sent d'rect to The Sun Jacksonville TEASThey
Change of Life. work tiresome <\. The Favorite (lC es' Book Store has just receiveda ;
It will surely cure tyrant,' a 'tiresome old frump,' 'old I of the big consignment of the famous: James A. White, Mgr. Fla. :; i

mossback,' and'' ,other non-admiring Rockford' railroad watches which ai
Backache names in stage-asides meant for his Fastidious ,popular with railroad men every. .. --- THE ORIGINAL.

It baa cured more cases of Female ears. where.\ H.3 is also selling something Foley! & Co., Chicaso, originated
Weakness than any other remedy the "Aad another thing: the* boys will swell in the way of a ladies time plec*I I Honey and Tar as a throat and lung are pure
world has ever known. Ibis almost In- not join in"'a Glee .Club because an -the 400 watch-a watch which Doctors I remedy and on account of the great y
fallible in such cases. It dissolves and other fellow 'who snubs them socially, others sell for $18.00 but which he I merits"and popularity of Foley's and the blend is
expels Tumors in an early stage of is a member,and might prove advan- PICKLED places at $15.00. Mr. Davis is donga Honey and Tar many:imitations are 'IJI

development. ThatBcarlngdown tageous to'them personally.! great deal of repair work; in fact Prescribe It. offered< for the genuine. These_ You f''
Feeling -Nor on .the'other hand, will any I he is making this work a .spe ialtY.1 M I worthless imitations i have similar perfect. will

man refuse,_to take advantage sounding names. Beware of hem.
young
eausing pain, weight and headache, is The genuine Fogy's! Honey and Tar;
an an-opportpc; for culture or G. B. Burnhans Testifies After Four
other
of such
make is so
instantly relieved and The ice cream we never use
permanently LAMBS i any
practice, because some other member Years.G. is in a yellow package.; Ask for it-'-
cured its that the doctors
by use. Under all circumstances absolutely pure
refuse substitute. It is the I
-it acts in harmony with the 'isn't in his-ae- I B. Burhans. of Carlisle Center prescribe it for fever patients, best and remedy any for coughs and colds.I, have
after
female system. It correctsIrregularity "And, once :a. :member the young N. Y., writes: "About four years as well as for those with delicate D'Alemberte you once
W. A. ; druggist and
men will not waste* a moment look- a'fo I wrote you stating that I had stomachs that find it difficult : '
ing for personal flights, from each I TONGUES been entirely cured of a. severe kidney -] to retain food. It Is rich apothecary. I I these a trial.
Suppressed or Painful Periods, Weakness other or their teacher. They wi'J I trou.blby' taking less than two 1 nourishing and strengthbuilding. given ,J
of the Stomach,Indigestion,Bloat. join becaius theY' really wish to I Ii bottles, of Foley's' Kidney Cure. It GENUINE IMPORTED' PANAMA,
fug, Nervous Prostration, Headache, learn to sing; _because: they can sing I I II II Ii entirely stopped the brick dust sedi- Phone us for a quart or half HATS AT THEM. & :0. CLOTHING I
I
General Debility. Also to keep in practice; because i STORE $3.50, WORTH; 500. i
wish furnish in
and ment, and pain and symptoms ot kid- gallon. 'We will also -
I ,
Dizziness, Faintness they wish to' learn tor: music: ; or, Put _up In glass ,jars, at..40c i ney disease disappeared. I am glad any quantity for picnics: and bay NOTICED; ,
because they love music can read to'say! that I have never had a return j parties.
Extreme Lassitude "don't-care" and : Notice is hereby given! that the undersigned -<
'wIsh to-help along. And- Appetizing and satisfying.
-
notes and of any of those symptoms during they
"want-to-be-left-alone"feeling, excitability once joined they'll 'stay'-joined' ; while Dunkle's Celery Salad...,..30cROSENAU&GERELDS four years that have elapsed and I _am: owners of the following vessels -, Sol Cahn & CO.
. irritability,nervousness, sleeplessness the average, iwomanl young and old, I evidently cured to stay cured and: 'I' will not be responsible for any
flatulency, melancholy or the considers ,'joining, again' the -very I COFFEE, debts contracted in tha, name of said)
recommend Foley's Kidney '
"blues," and backache. These are ----- I'I'I heartily I vessels unless first authorized br :a'
faithfulness to.any: organization
acme of Cure to anyone'suffering from kid: Hot Biscuits and Rolls every
sure indications of Female'Weakness, from church to matrimony. neyor, bladder-trouble. For sale byj! morning at 5 o'clock.Kitchen! written order'signed by us. The above The Pure Food Store,
some derangement of the organs. For 'us notice refers to the following vessels:
believe girls' ara :
really TyAtemfterte
"Do and
you W A. : druggist
Kidney Complaints that silly selfish shallow-poted., sort apothecary. I I Schooner Althea Franklin Caldwell H. Soothnest Corner Pilafox and Intentfentia
of cads?" was meekly inquired. Colt, Mary L. Hartyr Any;: Wixon, Emma !
and Backache of either tex the Vegetable The Osceola, Francis &
"Believe.nuthin -J know it. :Andso Fancy Grocers for Non-Union Cafe. Jane Arijpla
Compound is unequalled.You '. Meeting Carpenters. Kandy Silas Stearns, Algoma, Hal- Phones j480
it
do you/;or yon will if you think Tier will be a meeting for the non- Margery
yourself can in write strictest Mrs.confidence Pinkham about over." : '" Phone 391. Ponsacoi'a union carpenters Friday evening at 104 S.. PalafoL Phone 999 cyon, William H.' Warren, Clara P.
letVihinlc It.over-- I don't be- T:30, June 1, room 1, Old Aramy HalL Be well, Isabella: ;

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...AGE SIX! THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL/' FRIDAY MORNINO, JUNE 1. 1908 .
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,i 1 t r Lots tIP SSln Homes O Suit 'I'Ij.o 1i ----- tt

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Make Your t list of Desirable ; Property For Sale
Money I( -
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FOR SALE ., ,
with 145 ft. frontage on E.
piece of property
A desirable
$1500-6 East Jackson St.
rooms Wright St, convenient to Union Depot with two store
As Did the Ast rs I l3' lots in block 158, New City. $2500-New cottage on corner three buildings and a dwelling upon'ame.. . .. .. ..$11,500
lots, near car, East HilL
at $60, $70 and ,$80. These .are beautiful lots ..for dwelling .$550h7G{ 2houses 6 lotssplen- 25 beautiful lots, fronting both. Baylen. and Palafox streets, on

purposes. .. o.7. and hard North Hill ... .. ... .;;. . . . . 4,000
That shrewd, far-sishted; first head of the .Astor family I did locality; fronting
I ;Lots 1 to 5, block 148,, New City, if ,street Large one-story dwelling on DeVilljers street, near Garden St.,
bargain.
knew that real esta e was the safest and most ab .$1,00 CASHand sold at once. $175.00 per:lot ::$5500: : -Elegant; 2 story home, large lot'. with lot 50x180.. .. .. ... . .. . .. .. .. .. 3,350
of
solutely sure way creating a growing estate.
: New City Tract: each 40x137%. .... 800
I Lots 16 to 22, block 65, West King modern. If you want a nice Ten lots in' block 250, ,
place this is ideal. Block 120 New City tract' containing 20 lots;, convenient to
Tract ,
$350.00.We
Your Opportunity to Make Money is Now, 50 cents per week. $6800- have any number of lots in good 'new house, all improvements;, Two-story dwelling on North Barcelona.., near Gregory.... 2,500

and in Pensacola real estate. Its ma'gnificent natural locations in any part of town desired. overlooking the bay with no obstruction Northwest Quarter of block 60, West King Tract,, ntalning six

advantages, its Ication with reference to the No Taxes I For particulars and prices apply to near car, includes lots.It. ..' .. .. .. ... . . . . 450
Panama canal and its all'! the year climate make it lots. Two cottages on West Zarra' ossa. LSt, centrally. located. and

THE one place in America that will experience a No Interest 'ANTEll---'For: .desirable customers good 'renterS,- tot 'the''tWo. .. .,: . . . . 1,250
rapid and substantial. growth. Do you own any real homes; prices between $1500 Large one-story and a half dwelling at 331 East Intendencla St.,

estate within her borders? If not don't hesitate, but On East Hill between and $3500. lot 40X170. .. .. .. .. ..... .:. . . .. . 1,200
ACT NOW. See our list of residence and business MONEY TO LOAN in large or small i

property that are paying big interest on the price Stoddart's and Railroad, I McDavid-Hyer Company, amounts, long and short time. HOOTON & WATSON

qouted and BUY.Pensacola have 300 lots at above prices Agents New York LIST jour property with us for sale. ,

and terms. They will doublein Life Insurance Company. Leading ReaEstate, Rental 1 and Insurance Agency.

value before paid for. 8 E. Government Street L. S. BROWN & CO. J

Investment Company I Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. PHONE n4 No. 37 S. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "t."

201.* Thiesen Bldg. Phone 918. -a------ ---- ------- --
A. H. D'ALEMBERTE, City Manager.W. .

LESLIE E. BROOKS FOR SALENew -
1!. KNOWLES, President R. B. SIMPSON, S Cf3tary.'J -.-

.L ST1LLMAN, V..Pres. and Gen. MU1ger. INOWLES HfER, Treisurar. hall $700Buys Money to Loan.. lI _
10th
I eght! room house 'with "
Phone 462. Fisher Building ,
Rae Estate, Loans, General Investments. Ave. and 16th St. This place has to be MONEY TO LOAN Everybody borrows

I seen to be appreciated .. ..$1750 I five room cottage near R. R.! money from Jno. A. Hall &
215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida. shops, $100 cash The rest on monthly street. When
HELPWANTEDWANTED 3 4 New I Co. 16 E. Government
Lots and 5, block 140 I ,
-b.--- payments. Come quick! and look it 9feblm
City .. . . .. .$600 over. la need call on VI. i
e _ A first class barber, sober B'ocks 125 Addition l LOANED on all kinds of,perpoaal -
--- ------ and 126, Petterson MONEY
$175.
and industrious, guarantee $12 per short notice.
week. Must report for work Saturday, water front, new six room I I Per lot buys 12 lots on North Hill, near, property J. B. on Gray & Co., 2 W

June 2nd. B. J. Schuster, Selma, Ala. house oa same. . .. ..$1,600- .car. line, North DeVillers. Terms Rom na.easy Phone 116S. Heft

I Ijune. Block 63, East King Tract..$2,603

A Home Savings \ANTED-At\ once two first class stenographers Lot 7, to 14, inclusive! block \ll\\ C.R.YAEGER MONEY security TO ,LEND-On or on good good collateral real estate ;,

Apply Pen. New C'.ty: .-. . .. .$1,600 rates. Leslie E. Brooks ;
big
; wages. at lowest
No. 202 Theisen Bldg.! Phone 636.
I
21Jan
OVER 10,000,000 AMERICAN PEOPLE PAY INDUSTRIAL INSUR. sacola Typewriter Exchange, 315 Va Fisher building.

ANCE AND ARE PREPARED FOR THE EXPENSES OF SICKNESSAND South Palafox. -- ---- 31may2t I.A. WILSON & Co. 'I.. MONEY LOANED on all KiuHa, of personal 'i,,".

DEATH.American. WANTED-Colored blacksmith. Apply i J property on short notice

A. WillIs' Century, Fla. Real Estate Agents, mwm Board- and Rooms.-- -, Terms easy. J. W. Bullard upstair 4 room cottage on South DeVillier
SOmaylw. 28 South Paafox St. Phone.1144. Street rented for $10.00 a BARGAINat
Life Insurance Room 7 BOARDERS WANTED- 226 N. AI- 6BOTUNLIMITED
Salisbury Building
CompanyIs WAJ"TED-Young! man to do billing
caniz! street; nice, cool rooms, good amount 01 money to joan I
and stenographic work in wnolesa'.e! t
table;, terms reasonable. Mrs. Dora personal property
of $1,000
the only straight life, legal' reserve company organized in Florida. grocery house. Address P. 0. Box 835 -- Donaldson. 27mayl6t on all kinds
on large
men
I Special rates to business
HOME OFFICE, TAMPA. CAPITAL STOCK $500,000 City. 29maylw Wanted FURNISHED ROO51S with or without leans. The New York Loan Co.. 204% All property in the :Maxeat tract,

!iSVjTh'TED60 Laborers. Apply at It wr I board. Central !location, 1 block South Palatqx-! west of "C" street for sale.

ISSUES ENDOWMENT AND LIFE POLICIES FROM $50 TO $10,000 once. Goulding Fertilizer, Co. 27 ja!'' 'WANTED B. White wants your from postoffice. Mrs. Mamie Cole, 116 ,. -

hauling and transfer work. Satisfaction W. Intendencia St. 23may2w I ;
Pensacola Office: Brosnaham Buildlnz WANTED-At once, good house man., guarnteed. Address 1501-N _HOTELS. REAL ESTATE
-- at 619 N. Palafox. 20may Lfl.ttJ_tt.tflW t JLrUW LWtHOTEL
Apply
j 9th Ave., or ,phone 390. I II' FOR RENT One or two newly furnished anu--sw-nJw CLO4SHD-'Ilie RiPs' House 1 Af all kinds; business properties lots! ,
front rooms; southern expos! !, etc. until haveI
------ Don't buy or rent you
W\A1't1ED-Girl\ to learn tailor trade.I'I Ses the Pluto Water.display at Ioo-! !, ure; with privilege of phone. Loca-j: closed May 31 and will remain clos- found what we have to offer.
- Apply at once to J. Weiland, 132 E. I ton's Pharmacy. James. McHugh;' ton: desirable and near business cen-! ed permanently. Mrs. L. E. Monroe I

For Farm Turoentine Will Double In Intendencia St 26maylw wholesale agent. Ijanelmj i ter, 422 W. Gregory. 13maylwv Proprietor, Milton. Fla. Slmaylw

-, Timber Lands, I : COMMERCIAL HOTEL DaFuniak Fisher Real Estate Agency
WANTED Men and boys wanted tol i
FURNISHED ROOMS- lo
LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITY WANTDD-Everybody to call and Centrally Fia.-New management; newly fur-
Call on or Address learn plumbin'g, plastering, brick see the Perfect Pantry. Lawhorn cated. Best rooms in the city; cool, nished free bath and sample rooms; ; COLLECTION OF RENTS A
- laying. Special offer life' scho'ar- and Blackburn, agents, 109 E. Gov clean beds. Apply 128% East Government 1 ; beds. Travel ] SPECIALTY.
Turner & Aymard Value Inside ship fifty dollars, easy payments; ernment street. 27maylm* St. 4maylm good meals and! good solicited. Rates ?2 .
position and union card guaranteed: ; ing men especially Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox St.
Real Estate and Abstrat Co. I Mrs. M. H. Stanley, Prop.
free catalogue. Coyne Bros. Trade WANTED 12 or l/loot skiff.. Apply THREE PLEASANT ROOMS to rent per day. .
P. 0. Box 115 DeFunlak Springs,Fla Schools New York, Chicago, St. Louis. stating particujajf i, and price. with privilege,.of light house keeping 29may. ;

I ISmayly. Thos. C. Watson 31 S. Palafox. 301 W. Chase. 3apr MoCASKJLL HOUSE, Freeport Fla.-L FOR RENT _
of YearThat I LSt rL J.wJWu-WurUW ttflflflWJlflflflPWWit
I --
v? beds. Patronageof
a 27.ma
WANTED-Everyone to Know that, NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for renton Good meals, 'good solicited. Rates *' RENT-Cottage, furnished or
The Journal has nice, clean old papers ':' North Hill car line; location traveling public
OUR MOTTO: Honest weight and M McCasklll, : unfurnished! on bayou for summe
for_ sale cheap. Only five centsa : I honest dealings. California Evaporated -! very desirable. Apply 208 W. Gadsden $2.00 per day. Mrs. ; 27may Fine water front for boating, bathing
is what a great deal of real es bundle. street. 25aprllPLEASANT Proprietress.
Peaches, .per"'pound, 2 and fishing. Beautiful location, near
tate in Pensacola is ong! to do and to'r-25c" Cal'fornia ? IbS'1 to PARK HOTEL-Why pay $2.50 per car line. Address Cottage, care Jour
; Evaporated pace, board on North
G.
of WANTED-A OOd nurse. Apply
some it is in the list
following : 10 lbs. 3 Ibs. for 2oc fine day when you can get as good room nal. 1june;;
H. Turner, corner Strong and BaY Half block in New City, fronting II. I.: Layer Raisins 2 Ibs,,for' .%oc; Heinz Apple care Journal. 27mar and bed for SOc. Coolest place! in
Calalonia square. .. .. ..$750 len Sts. 8may Butter per crpck 40c. E. B. Hoffman Pensacola, and you can go out and get FOR RENT-A nice 5 room cottage

Half\ block in East King Tract, In I WANTED-First-class Barber for col-I & Son, 57 E. Gregory St. Phone Old newspapers at five cents a bundle what you want to'eat.. One block from on N. Spring St., with bath, gas, et"

settled neighborhood.$700 .. ored trade. Ring 10101 ring or, 825. ,ISmaylm at this office. They are all clean postoffice. 22ma> I it $15.00. Inquire Fisher Real Estate

One-fourth block on Toledo square i, call at Sylvester Campbell Store,near L and nice. SUMMER BOARDERS-The Hotel Agency., Ijune

New City. . .. .. ..$800 i dummy depot Warrington Fla. WANTED The publ'clto know that Hyatt is now Open for spring and sum
Lots on 11th and 12th avenues,New I 24 apri. ,the Pensacola Building Association mer trade. People who wish to rest FOR RENT-A six room house, fur

City, at. .. .. ... .. .. ..$200 has decided to follow the lead of.the Ffliscellancous and build up, the Hyatt is the place. : nished from now until October or,
progressve: youn'g men 'sho have established nflVlttWLtLfl.n.t WtVtJWJWLflJfl flWWLflJtflflflJW longer. Water and electric lights Address !
200x132 Hotel Hyatt is the best and most up-
& feet on East Hill car WANTED that modern and up-to-date EXCURSION TO SANTA ROSA ISLAND Mrs. M. P. Powell, Box 42, Evergreen
line .. .... ..'.. .. .. .. ..$1250 -- I I to-date hotel north of Atlant; beautifully
Ala.
The steamer Fritz 3lmaylw'1'OR
Of thoroughfare, DeLuna street, and that Capt. located plenty to eat; good :
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I
Lots in East King Tract or West ll-I they are an up-to-date and modern will run an excursion from Freeportto r'
WgLL BUIILID! HOUSES-on inst I spring water; cool nights; perfectly RENT-Large brick warehouse.
Save both by conferring with us King Tract very cheap and on easy firm; and have taken offices the island, leaving Freeport Friday;
ment cash. You tie ; mosquitoes no malady; a
plan, or own I healthy; no ; 50x75 side track. Central
on
.when out to buy REAL ESTATE. See : terms. Improved property in West at. 210 DeLuna St., and are I June 1, returning Saturday. Fare, -- palof
miles
lot. I furnish the money and buiH u' j home-like place to rest: ; 81 city. Addlress Box 712
City.
of the King Tract, netting 10 per cent. on in. '!
tis about some following: I house. You pay monthly, same as ready to serve the public in' round trip $1.00. ZlmaylwNOTiCEHav1ng north of Atlanta on L. and N. railroad.D. SOmaylw.

Store N. DeVillier street, rentingfor vestmentSee rent in a short time house is :your!| the building line. General contracting I, M. Hyatt, Proprietor, Ellijay, Ga.19maYl .
.. .$1503:: I'I installed machines
$180
per year us in regard to Lake View Hay.I and repair work a specialty, plans
Pay rent 20 it still l belongs FOR RENT-iMrs. F. C. Swift's place
years toj I
Rouse North "C" street cheap I for the manufacture of galvanize'j !
on 'en Piettiest furnished
Property. place in New the also dowi and specifications with estimates : just 3 miles out, of city, ovpr
other Will put west
Bt..,, -1' .. .. .. .. .$600 City and is on Bayou Texar. man. j on short notice. Jas. M. iron cornice, skylights, cornce: ''gut; front.
Iboking
wells with good 2-inca gal OLD MILL INN-on bay opens. the bayou Chico. Lar lie
I pump.
I House on East Ara'gon street only Johnson, Mgr. 8may, ters, circular mouldings, etc., I am now I
and delightfully
June t. rpomy house. Just i
va-I Large airy the
to
nized pipe with brass cylinder place spE'.d
,.... .. .... .. .. . .. .$650 prepared to do sheet metal work of,
D. Hale Wilson & Co. ment, will make water fly from a cool. Good fishing, bathing and the summer. Apply to W. E. Cater,
98 acres of good farming land, a I all kinds short notice. 'Satisfaction
on
40 to 100 ft. deep, and so 'easy a child | WANTED-Second hand furniture boating. First class table On electric -at Gas office. 30maU;
. .
1 fcargaia at .. .. .51003I :I Phone 234 15 South Palafox i bought and sold. Ring phone 754 asured. Estimates cheerfully line 15 m'nutes! ride from city. -
can it. Costs but little more car
I Four blocks in West King' Tract, pump I given work in outsde: FOR SALE OR RENT-A five room
I or call at 112 S. Tarragona St. H. C., on or the city. transients. ;
l each.. ... .. .. .. ... . .$1000 than the old dug well. All satisfactory !: O'Hara. :2inayl! Chas B. Vetter, 18 W. Intendencia. Regular reasonable.boarders Address and Old Mill : cottage with \ibath and gas.N o.
before a cent. Get my Terms
you pay
We have numerous other proper- \ PhoneC98. 1107 E. Cervantes street. Two blocks
25maylni
prices. F. Williams, Contractor Inn, Pensacola, Fla. 4may
ties listed with us and it would pay I from street car. Apply to H. W.
and Builder: Room 308 Thiesen Build. SURETY ON BONDS-The AmericanSurety'Company
you to consult us before making your. SANTA ROSA-Pavilion, L. S. S. offers HoTEClarkt Glbbs, care of Forbes Store.
investment I The ing. Phone 802, 1 ring. ljunelui ,! or-N w York is! the.best accommodation for MOUNTAIN VIEW s.. .
iHhis yule, Ga. Nestling among the mountains : maylm.
prepared to execute city wIthout
We are .In receipt of advices from; bathing and recreation to be found on '
the fire Insurance companies represented WANTED married couple wants aj delay Bonds and Undertakings required the Gulf of Mexico. Launch Leclair of North Georgia. An ideal p'ace': FOR RENT-Very cheap, a delightft.1

by us "That all losses In California cottage or part of cottage en water I II. in the courts, and, for the performance leaves city wha-f: daily at S:00 a. m.I to rest. Scenery and climate unsur. : location on bashore, close to clrrtrie ) -
conflagration will be promptly froat for the summer months. Ether of contracts: Wm. D. Howe, passed. Beautiful walk and drives.! car; bathing and fishing F ne
Phone 659. Ch.is. H. Burton, Ifgr.12may. .
paid and that THEY WILL CONTINUE furnished or unfurnished. Give terms :I I attorney, 14% E. Government St.2miylm. I 365 feet piazzas. 'Accessible to many i place for camping parties, with plenty)
TO FURNISH ABSOLUTE People's and particulars in first lett r. Address points of interest No mosquitoes.;, of house room. Apply Fisher Real

INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY 'Summer, care Journal, ljune :, If you will look around the house, Excellent table. 19maY1m.\ Estate Agency, 206 Palafox St.
FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE FOR WANTED.-All kinds or electrical \ 2may.
find of '
ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS I SITUATION W.\.1IIT'ED-Expert book- work. I sell! all kinds of electrical you will a lot ways in whicli BROWN HOUSE- Springs.,: .

Protect your home and business Real Estate keeper, audits opens, closes keeps batteries and' other electrical supplies. you can them use in old newspapers. You Good beds, airy rooms, elegant' FOR" RENT-Two story 8 room hou-e

against loss by fire by insuring with small sets or any temporary.-work. F. When you need me rIng 345"or 955. office.can buy They any quantity in bundles at this meals; free bath and sample rooms. I I with gas, hot and cold water, and air>!
'us. W. Riley, 204% S. Palafox St. SOmay I I E., W. Peake new Star Laundry build are put up Special attention to traveling men. other modern conveniences. Address
E. Garden. 15deI convenient to carry and sold at five 2.00 J. R Brown
ing. Rates $ per day. ,
1 apply 41 E. Chase street. IOwa:
cents bundle.MATTRESSES ojr
SITUATION WANTED-Expert! book-]! per Prop.

ESCAMBIA REALTY CO., ...and... keeper and general office man. Aii-I COURT HOUSE D.YEi&G. Pressing AND FURNITURE- FOR I: RENT-Elegant two-story rs j>,--

,. 204/2 S. Palafox Street. dress, X care Journal. 20maylw* !and Cleaning Club, 212N.: DeVilIers Mattresses made to order; old ones HOTDDS ANi BOARDING HOUSES 1 dencp, Strong and 5t-,
I corner Spring >
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t:_ Telephone 1052. Sr., Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your patronage reuovatei.; New t'cks furnished. Before laying your carpet or mat Apply; to C. H. Turner. 10n.d7
General agents for State, for Home WANTED-Your stenographic work. solicited; satisfaction guaran Second. hand furniture bought and ting, buy a supply of old newspapersto
T- Life Insurance Co., of New York. Collecting Pensacola Typewriter Exchange, teed. Careful attention'given: laU( ,' sold. Upholstering and repairing done. put underneath and protect it Only IfR RENT Two very desirab.e

"- 315k S. Palafox St Phone 379. garments.): Phone 122! 8feI; 114 E. Belmont St., city, phone 771. five cents a bundle at this office. : stores on first floor of Manhattan

23may. Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis, Mgr. hptel. Corner Garden and Baylen
1-1FOR WANTED-We want your orders fat .. -- FERRELL HOTEL-Sn ads, Florida. Just completed and arranged in first

SALE WANTED-The public to know thatw ,1907. Art Calendars.; Over 300 original !- TAILORIN. -}J. L. Diamond, TaIl ;. Rates $2.00 per day. Nice rooms, class] shape. For terms, particular

Agency J can do all kinds of repairing designs to select from. All Gents clothing cleaned, pressed and good beds, table. ,the best. J. M. Fer- etc., apply Hooton & Watson. 29Apr
ii t ill dnd of reall estate for sale or. float building, horse shoeing, etc. J. prices.\ Mayes Printing Co.,.Pensacola. repaIred. on short notice. No. 41U 'ell, Prop. I7aprHJTEL ,
I rent North Hill and East Hill vacant G. Welsh Carriage Co. v 27fe5 16eb. West Government St., Pensacola. Fla. FOR, RENT-Second story over Lin-
lots.- Some very choice ones at Idee. VERNON-Rates $2 per day. : denstruth's jewelry store. Sui tab e

I good bargains for homes or investment Your property sold and rents collected MATTRESSES RENOVATED.- New WANTED.-Electric work of all kind. Special rate by week. Special at. for offices, sleeping quarters or sto
J. H. PORTER, sallmaKer, 716 South tentlon to traveling
: men. Free sam
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and made tick furnished if desired. Guaran. Let us c'-ean! your fans. repair your 1 age rooms. Lee DanielL 24ar;
: prompt returns on same.

. One large lot on R. R. good factory i]I Palafox street. Orders taken for ple room. :Mrs. J. P. Mauldin, Prop.
Give call. Remember the teed. Crapet taken and dynamo da jour wiring, ettf. Paonj
place. up
site. One water front! me a matting tents awnings, stools and house FOR
'Cr-. warehouse I camp I 15apr. RENT-8-room, 2-story Cotta
Office No. 12 E.. Government street, ia laid if desired. Leave orders at 570. Pensacola Electric Co.. 205 S. '
could Prices reasonable.
Jot that a purchaser make no cots. etc. Sljan. 38 W. Belmont Apply to Walker
mistake to buy. One 40-acre farm I Music House. A few bargains to offer Green & Watson. Phone 193. 7mat. Bay'.on.WANTED.. I HOTEL SOUntERN--<)pen all the graham. ApnljQA1.
SHIP CHANDLERS-McKmzIe Oerfr
of 160 acres, both near Pen- today. I year. American and European plan.
&n one WANTED-All owners/ of poultry .-Tha Merchants Transfer ing &,Co.. wholesale and retail ship Special summer'rates. First-class In R. BINGHAM has storage room for

_ sacola., choice brick business houses 8 beautiful lots in New City, one know that we are agents for the celebrated ? Co. wants your moving and JbauUns. chandlers and grocers, only first-class every respect. Pleasant and convenient rent, suitable for furniture or other
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..,jon Four Palafox St.:' for sale. Fine investment block from car line for*. .. .$1500.00 Conkey's Poultry Remedies.' All_breakage guaranteed.' T...B..,Tnor house of kind: in city. Fair prices to all. Mrs. T. li. Bowea, Prop.. Pen- goods, 104 and 106 South Tarragona
Guaranteed to cure rupe, cholera sen. Prop. Phone 978 l; l8junelm.Found Fla. St; Phone 630 30no
I property. Few choice offices 5 lots in Dallas Tract '2 blocks MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP sacola. I5apr
for' rentTurpentine gape and to kill fleas lice and mites. W51Ke Minis. Proprietor. Furniture CENTRAL-HOTEL" ANTED.-Real Estate for sale or
from car line .. .. .. .. ..$350.00 cRIPLzYop.depot
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men all .get rich and I Also their wonderful egg producer.. F. repairing of all kinds,s carpets Large, and well lighted (rent lease or exchange. Your business
( have good turpentine business for S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. l34.. -- laid, furniture packed for shipping rooms. Free ample room. Meals at respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson :

tale cheap. 15 crops boxes plenty lSapr. www Phone 63.. Next to Tampa. Landing. all hours. Special attention> to traveling Real Estate Agent 22% W. Gov-
I round timber lease on which together FOUND-Calico pony; (For information -' 22April m n. $2.00 per day. J. M. Tug- etnment street, Room 1, SalUburvbuilding.
I IWith boxes good seven years longer. N. McK. OERTING WANTED.-A. R. Bingham want* apply at stables at Fort Barran gle Prop. llmarlm \ Phone 172. 23jan
moving and hauling. He 31may2t CARRIAGES, repaired and repainted.
Write or ,call and see schedule of your gna cas. I
(property. an tees all breakage. Phone 630. ," Floats built to order. Horse shoeing CHIPLEY HOTEL-Can Setterlind, -_- -- ----- -=-- ==
Phone 476.NOTICE. a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage Prop. Special attention to'commercial -
WANTED.-The public to know that 27feb Fr CREW NOTICE.
Co. travelers. sample and bath
T. CRAWFORD old newspapers can be bought at LOST Neither the captain. own
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rooms. Large rooms with good beds.
HACK LINE-From .
--- REGULAR Chtl; of 1hel'a.-
r.nJ. flJLfflfltflstflfl.rr- or constgnees
this office for five cents a bundle. They ers
I 315'/ South Palafox Street. are all clean and nice. ,''WSTansy breast pin with'diamond ley, making connections with mall I $2 per day. 13marlia A' Ian bk DrGregori Gio: Baa

in center; lost Monday, ,either on launch for points on St Andrew bay HtTEL.-open algal and day. will be responsible for ,hr

B. L. Gladden. 'is no longer. In our. WANTED-To sell a lot of old papersat depot! car line. oil Tarragona or railroad Extra teams for traveling men. Good European plan. Rooms ,light and i debts contracted by the crc.v

HATS' AT TH. M. & 0. CLOTHING employ. 5c a 'bundle. Apply 'at this of wharf, or possibly: at Wittich's;I horses, comfortable vehicles.. Call on: clean. Transient trade solicited. of said vessel.

-Y- GENUINE IMPORTED PANAMA I HOOTON &; WATSON fice. They are all whole, clean. and boom. Reward for return this office.I lor address J. C. Sinclair, Chipley,Fla.: 575-579 8. Palafox. 'Jia. S..NicoUo.Pron. ; G. FERRARI, Capt.

VSTORE $3.50, WORTH $5.00. llmaylw nice. 30mayl2* Telephone No 74. 28pr1y !! RQSASCO BROS.. Consigneesi'fj
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All kinds of real estate In West Florida are steadily .rapidly I I

increasing in price, and there.is no chance to lose If you invest your 1
money in it. Prices have more than doubled within the past. three J. W. Bullock Jr i COMMISSION BROKERS t
}'ears. We' have some nice offerings in all 'kinds of real estate, in 1 :
either large or small tracts. V e can sell YOUR lands,. no matter I

where they are. .MOBII..E, ALABAMA.MARKETS. : 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FIA.

BUTLER & SIMMONS.LAWYERS'

AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS, A Private Wires N. Y., ti. 0 rr and Chicago. II



CHIPLEY. F LA. I Real Estate Navar Stores. | GOnONSTOGKSGRAlNPROVISIONSandBONDS.. f 11 i, ...;, p_:


Savannah, Ga., May 31.-The naval .
0: Bought! and Sold on Margin or for Investment. + ; -
stores market closed today as follows:
wanted Some V ;f '. WW .. ..... .. .. ." ..450to470 !
WG. .. .. .. _. .. ..1.4: 40 to 4 60 I Reference:: First National! and Peoples Banks. Phone 1173 |f' :

N. .. ,. .. .. .. .. .'. .435 to 4 571 f; ,
WANTED-IN ESCAMBIA COUNTY ...and... M!.. i- ... . .. ..430to4521: ..+..++.+....+++i..+.++.++..++++ ..........4..W4.. ;

New Bargains K.. .. .. .. ... .4 25 to 4 472 : : t .
ALA., ESCAMBIA COUNTY, FLAVOR: I. 420t0435 I ..A..AAA. .... A.. AAAA .AAAAAAAAN M L'

ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA, H. .. .. .. ..415to430 J '
SANTA in IG ... .. .. ; ;;' ';;.4 10 to 425 .mnFiY.A D MOSQUITO SCREENS. : V.

FROM FIVE TO TEN THOUSAND .. .. ., ? . ?400to4.0E. I. .
:. .-. ... .. . .380 to 4 15 ;
ACRES OF LAND WITH FIVE TO City Lots Mortgage Loans D.. ... .. ... . -. .360 to 390 Put in your own. We have common size in stock .. 1 f' .;
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C..3 40 to 365
TURPENTINE PRIVILEGE
SEVEN YEAR -
Spirits Turpentine 57% cents.JOBBERS' Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO- ; :.

WHICH WILL CUT AT 8 :Ave.LOTS, car one line block beautiful from location 16th \ ..,.......................................................................... "................!................ .......... ..................................................................../ ........................"....._............................... .....................".. t'' ;;
LEAST FORTY BOXES PER for home if taken at QUOTATIONS. V--------------_ ==L r iI

once' a..<.... .1.! .<. ,. Bargain 161. PENSACOLA PRODUCE' -_ !! '!2!! i iI
Phone
ACRE. THOS. PEBLEY, PENSA- ,
ENTIRE BLOCK, 219 West 1 '
COLA, FLA. 26maylOt King Tract: ,.'. .. .-.i.. $400.00 As a whole the local produce marketis
in excellent shape. Lemons show a I How to Start a Bank
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8 LOTS in block 109, West Kin'gTract
slight advance as do onions. Tak-- Y
For SaleSee .$ Room 405 Thiesen Building5 all .
en together the market is firm and
.. I i Accounti
23 LOTS in block 126? in West steady with a good demand for all articles
the Pluto Water display,at Hon) King Tract.-4-:;.' -:$700.00I quoted. Local quotations follow i
ton's Pharmcy.. James )McHugh, I '. : .
wholesale agent Ijunelni 4LOTS in block 45. West King "" I' Butter, Western Creamery 25 to. .26c I
1 Tract, it i -. ken at once,. 'per. For a limited t time only I haVe to Butter, Renovated..20 to 21c: making an estimate of the amount .
FOR SALE--.We. have a lot of leg', JI? 'e-f.!. 'f. ... ',' .$ 70- .. Cheese .. ... .. .. .14% to 15c
suitable for flower pots arid other offer one-third of a block ori North Eggs . .. .. ... 17 to 18c of you weekly or monthly expenses, .. .
also a lot of whiskey, syrup Homes and other property .for sale Grown Chickens, doz. 15.00!) 'to $6.00 V
and purposes other; barrels, which are suitable'for in all parts of the city. V Hill '(North Palafox Street), well Ducks, per dozen.$5.50'to $6.00 don't fail;;to set aside some part of your .

packing crockery or fish and cured' Money to Lean on goad real estate located. This piece: of property will Irish Potatoes, per bU ; 85 to 92c salary for a savings account and then j
meats. We buy' all kinds of barrels, New Irish Potatoes, per bbl $3.50
selurity at market rate of interest.
and re-cooper and clean them. Sup' be a.money maker. Ask me, about $1.15 per bushel. make it ;your duty to see that it is at I

ply always .on hand. If you need any Squash, per hamper.. .. .$2.25 to credit in -
barrels, or have any for sale, ring 'us Thos. Pebley it; Let me show it to you- Beans, per hamper. .. f .. .$2.75 once deposited your our '

up. Phone 235, residence phone 591. < New Onions, per bag .. . ..jl.25 savings department. We will help to
Pensacola Cooperage Co., Geo. A. $2750.PENSACOLAISAGROWINGCITY. Onions new, yellow, per bu. .51.00 '
Vucovlch. Pres., No. 9 S. Alcanlz.ITmaylm. PHONE 559. Onions, new, red, per bu. . $1.00 make it row by adding Four Per Cent

Louisiana and Alabama Cabbage.' 2 six months. ,. :;
: bbl. crates .. .J2.25 to $2.50 compounded every .
FOR SALE-GASOLINE E ENGINES' For Sale Strawberries, quart. . .10 to 12%c !1

'Several second-hand gasoline engines Lemons .. . .$U5 to $5.00 ,
in good order at reasonable under Ii
i FOR SALE: -Large single-cut i
prices. One 8 horse power, one 3 I top delivery wagon, suitable for I believe it will double its population
horse power, and one 2 H. P. Ed B. light two horse. First class make and; TIMBER MARKET
Banks, Pensacola, Fla. 27 maylw*, in good condition. Can be seen atl within the next few years. The new -.

I wagon yard, opposite Dubuisson. E. people who come: to.us will be The timber market as far as lumberis FIRST NATIONAL BANK'OF
FOR' SjAlB iMarine[ and stationary\ Intendencia.. :Address Wagon care concerned is steady and firm witha
ngines. Wonder Gasoline Enginesare Journal. Ijune3 largely/drawn from interiorP. $ties. strong demand. Sawn timber is .
the simpliest strongest and best steadier and it is thought that the ,
f' FLA.
engines on the market for the money..C FOR" ;S'ALE' -A" new top buggy, cheap. They: will be people who wilHove..l marketwill remain firm. PENSACOLA
Send for catalogue Ed B. Banks. Adorers Box '315. 'ljuhelw* "<
Pensacola. .27maylw* ," the view of the water. They will AU8LEY A CO.'S REPORTS W. H.%aowtsa.Pre s. Vf. K. HTER.JR., V.-Pre. and CasWer.
':<_. T W. BBK T and W. N. KOBEHTS Aast. Cashien.
FOR SALE-A lot of old newspapers.Put .:I I FpJ' SALE-5-room- coftage: bn'montlilyrpayments' ,. ::. be sure to want to live near;$'t, J ,Liverpool Cotton.. Market.. DIRECTORS-F. C. Brent, W. D.A.G.Blount Brent., W fl. Koovrlea, W. K. BIer, Jr i '
with gas water and ((1o.e
carrying.'up Only in bundles five cents convenient per bundle for.i,' free delivery, one block; from car; have a. block- No. 98, in the{ l''Newt 1 Jan.- ....... ......... 5G1 6.ROFeb.Mar. ) !!: ___.. .F'i&C'...""" ,,1I1'.t.:7.! ; ........_.: 1t.. :j'.

Apply this offica V I coy, 8.Aye: and.. 12th:street- East Hill... .. -' City .tract-=the highest pomt-on afar.April. 4 I

: I G. E. Brett., ljunelw : G ; :, .pril-Kay..... ............_........:....... 1
CITY HAPS FOR SALE-Hooton & '. East Hill, overlooks the Bayou, 1IIIIy.Jun..V
Watson have just received large FOR &.MM-Bicycle, good as new; Jnne-Julj .."... 8.79JulyAUput of Pensacola Improvement Bonds
supply of the Jatest city maps, showingall cheap for cash. Apply Marrion fronts on Gadsden street, thalyd., ..... 5.79AngmBtBeptembw : City
of the subdivisions.: The maps are Curry Co.. next to Moore Ice Co., W. ,'. .. {..738ept
official ani down to' date and remounted Garden SL SOmayBOR road-two blocks! from the car-line, at>8-O heavy linen. Regular October-NoT.mb.r .. .
I
on .. from the will
price, J250:? special price lots ,of SALF-IFIne{ large mule, one block Bayou : 1fo'f.mw.December! .......... ........ .6.60 Dated Jan., 1905. Maturing Jan. 1, 1936. Redeemable Jan 1, 1926.
; .on ,
'young- 20 sold ; = r-l&UUAI'T .. .... ..............5.60
lots if
Jive or more to agents or real estate sound as"a doVar, only 7 years old; -, sell this block of ; i 607.. Interest Payable Semi-Annually. EWe
men. Mouton & Watson., 8. may I cheap if sold'at once. Address, Mule .Liverpool Spots,
FOR SALE-Large Ice box, suitablefor I!I care Journal.! .. ''SOmaylw quick at S5500, or: at the rate: of: New York-Cotton Market. Offer For ; Sale These Bonds Subject to

grocery store br market and, S 275 per lot Lots on everi.side Open High Low Close
FOR' SALE-Fine Leghorn and Plymouth Prior Sale in Amount to
soda fount, with 20 syrup cups. All In January 10 53 10.52 10.45 10.47 ,
Rock chickens 258 East this block bringing I .
to-day
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good condition. Will sell cheap or :Mircb 10.59 10.59 10.54 10.54 Suit Purchaser.
exchange for other Gregory street SOmaylw Think May 10.88 10.86 10.70 10.70
property. ApplyT. $300 and $400 per lot, over

Tmaylm. J. Bucey 1021 Ninth avenue. I''. FOR SALE-'5 room cottage for sale this, the prices in the July Anpirt 10.78 10.60, 10.78 10.61U/ 10.59 10.49October 10.63 :Correspondence Invited.

cheap. 'Address D. A. Wampler, compare ...10,45 19.49! 10.S6 mass
FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire, Cottage Hill, Fla. 29maylw neighborhood, and you will find December......... 10,49/ 10.43 10.39 1042 THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA : 1
hogs; best of breeding. Ask for Hew York epote.11.45! V

catalogue. Carl Setterlind. ChJpley:i I FOR SALE Large concert hall phonograph what I say is true It is a good piece I Wheat. ,

Fla. I I in first-class condition cheap. of Open High Low OOMJUy PENSACOLA FLA.
to
property buy- 84\i 84,' 83 82K ,
FuR 1 SALE OR RENT Two lighters; S. A. Friedman' Saloon, 331 So. Pala- -.
July 821
I 81H 8JC !
ona with capacity for 75 thousand ft.i fox St. 24may -
$5500.
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lumber the other thirty thousand ca'I, ." Open rn.High Low No. 5603. .: 1
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pacity. Rates reasonable. Also two FOR SALE-Lumber is now cheap at Kay. ......_49 49y 49 t
skiff boats for sale cheap, 22 ft. long,I Joel Frater's lumber yard' on Bay. July...........48% 495; 48)%< 4s 40-''' C.W. LAMAR,President. and Cashier. JOHN J. W. ANDREWS PFEIFFER,,Assistant Assistant Cashier.Cashier. 1
5 ft beams. Telephone or write J. A.!lIen street wharf. Get his prices and -

Chaffin & Co.. Milton. Fla. 25mar build .)'OU, a home before 'prices ad LET ME LIST YOUR PROPERTYfor New York Stock Market TH'rAM ij
ON THE HIGH LAND-East Hill elec- vance,. whIch.is sure to come. Open Cosa6oethern NATIONAL BANK I "
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23may1m.-i. will with Pacidc esN BFN
tric car line six lots 100 ft. front: sale. You .be Pleased. Copper........................ 1083- tub; .
by 137% deep, corners $700. Inside the I do business. Selling L 8.K.....,.................. 1S7ii 137Ateh OF PCNSACOLA, HA. .
lots $600. There are no better situations FOR SALE-Pair spotted- ponies 5. way .......................... so% 8 % DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
than these lots. A-.,. V. Clubbs.I years old sound'and gentle. Donkey property is business; I have to ..&..B........................... 1545' 151 1
JUST RECEIVEI> Large : and cart; .Just the thing for chil-- my B.B.T........................ 821; 82Jl CAPITAL-STOCK, $$200,000. SURPLUS 60000.$
Olive OIL- Retail snlpment ofimported dren. One cheap farm horse, one good sell it. I can sell yours, and will &o ........................ 108 IDS
by pint, mule. HInman .&1 Hccker! Century : ltrle........................... 433 48ysC i ; DIRECTORS. .,
gallon pr larger quantity. G. Morasso Fla. 23may / sell it, if you list it with me.. 1 54 50.EU.S. L. Covtngton, Frank Reilly, F. E. Brawner,
& Co., ship chandlers and1 grocers. 701 ........................... 0.YU.S. Henry Pfeiffer, W. S, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar, I
South Palafox. 4ocL FOR SALE-Nice, clean old newspapers ., prefred.............. 107g iceB.S J. M. : T. F. fvkGourin 1 J. R. Saunders, ?
NOTfCE TO CANDIDATES-Those l at five cents .a bundle. This: of. ............................ 33Lk 28147U Brun Dunwody I W. H. Milton, 0. E. Maura,
wishing to make a successful run fice. : N........................ 147% A. M- Avery, Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzie Oerting
should supply themselves with a botI I Lied........................ 76 785f94yt! W. L. Cawthon, ', C. M. Covington, M. E. Clark.- )
tIe of PLUTO. Now is the season to NOTICE TO .CANDIDATES-Those ................ ......... Alex McGovvIn, ,
L C... ..... 17a id0O.a.Pao boxes for t'rent at $$2.00,130$ and $S.DQ the year. Private department
prepare your stomach and liver wishing to make a successful run ...................... I595i 159yN. Safety deposit for the convenience of customers. ,
against! all diseases. Pluto will!! do it I should supply themselves. with a bot Je W BOllock.Jr .T..O ....................... 139i 139 in connection. ,' I
For sale by all druggists and grocers, tie of PLUTO. Now-Is the' 'season to 1'.0 ....:...................... No Salea'D'G Four per cent interest Paid on Time Deposits.
wholesale by Jas McHugh. prepare your stomac!, and liver 'D'G..141% 1ILP %

FOR-SALE.-- -Improved and nnlmprov- against all.diseases. Pluto,will do It. .......................... 1.0 1.07'u.
sale and ...................
ed property in all parts of the city. For by druggIsts grocers, .I......... 253s. ,
j; A. Wilsori & Co., Real Estate wholesale by.: Jas' McHugh... ;., ,. R......_"..................3814 58'l'.O.L.
; Agents ........_........ .... 1M 156Peara
Room. 7, Salisbury building. Phone FOR S.A.LE-&cond. hand 25- H. P. : : .... ..................... ISiJ- 182% L HILTON BUSmi'r GRU Ltxsaira.,PsxsrDexl. T.MANSFIELD B. WELIiSS> MOB&NO..AIJg.. VIU1.PuUDJlJir.: Oxaamsu
172. 23jan boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply to RealVEstate. VV u.P.......... __ ...... 149'' u B.M. + ? (
FOR SALE-Three yoke of'oxen and New Method Laundry. ISApril Citizens National Bank Yj

log cart; good team in good condition I ; Ausley & Co's. Daily Cotton Letter. : et feauoo U Florida.Got. .
and working every day. Price FOR SALE-Fine'hotel site; best sit New York. ,May SL-TLiYerpool DIRfDl tl. V.
$300. Call write A. Chaffin & uation in the city for.a tourist hotel .
on or J. again took the initiative In the de- W. Wright. Morrl$Bear. T.K.WeUea. Eli 111.Pcb neon. L Hilton Gretn.
Co., Milton Fla: 29aprlm*I I 130 feet fronting south by 172 feet ( zI cline to-day, while spots were unchanged
... A GENERAL BAVKIHQ 8U8IHISS TRANSACTED
FOR deep on East Government: street, overlooking : .UllUt from yesterday. Contracts
S'ALE-Lady's saddle, extra ''
Seville ,square... .and Adams were reduced 5 to 6 points. This together
good; fine Shepherd dote; also street :with open *view_ of 'Pen cola with the approaching bureau .' -
braqd and
new Century Encyclopedia
bay, $10,000 will buy the property and improving crop advices causeda
Dictionary. Address East Gads-
1102
lapr. further sharp break on this sire, '
den St, or phone 285. 9may FOR'SALE-A. fine "piece" of :water -.Mortgage Lo both summer positions and new crop F II M.Carr ,0 I --=>> -r gu-. ca.0.sAre'r ...,.
.< decided weakness I n z r
AUTOMOBILES. am agent for the front property 50 feet fronton West ; ; ii\ support whatever TV 13
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Pope Mfg. Co and can sell you antes Bay Shore at the fobt of Clubbs street, .' .':.. ., coming.std no The free liquidation of both Steam, Domestic, Anthracite
from $500.00 They cost.less than with a 4 room house, fI'ODt and back to* I> : C 0 A L
up.
horses: td keep,up.,, ,They can be run gallery has a,nice.-: wharf; ,about 250 ;, '" .... . ... "';i t. _. May and July pushed the these bull positions in and Blacksmith
'.. inrch anoJ clique
in running out to deep water : lower ( Falatox street Telephone 93. ,
sand or anywhere a horse can go. feet long ..0. Pnorie 161 rePOrted heavy sell Otce-No. 43 South
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Leslie E. Brooks. from the front; Fate.. For ;a few. days .,' '.:. Ne-v York :not view shorting these Yard comer Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones 6 and 372
only it win be" uJered, at only.cash. $1500 -" ers"We.do u. "'- .. .....
'ORSALETen and second ; complacency that which! --
new nths' with 1
Apply to Jos... I. Johnson, at :;;n
second hand office safes, different! & .'s store. 5may they failed to. accomplish by fo 'ce I
Friedman'
co.
sizes, best makes at bargain prices. L. Room, 4O59 they may yet accomplish by strategy. of the new crop. The resistance Evans from Texas fixes the averageat ,1
Scarritt Moreno 'office East. Government "Ib.3 winter months occupy a different which they have: thus &r shown has 14 per cent over last year. Last; :
St 24mar! Escambia: Lodge, Noi:.,15,. F. & A. M. .position, they will shape their I pot been due to the drop Itself but season the condition was 77.2 whichIs '' ,
FOR SALE Nice, clean old newspa Regular communication of. I !course in accordance with crop developments. largely to the fact ot an existing I likely to be exceeded some five to
pers. All whole and useful at home !Escambia 'Lodge, No.-15. F. & The near positions are subject short interest which corers!- on recesstonsl eight points; furthermore it wa> ..
or in your store. Only five cents per oA.. : M./ will btf held Monday, Thiesen Building. to manipulation and so long as thereby imparting a sustain growing worse dan last year whereas 1
it
bundle. .. evening, June 4th;. at 7:30, they wers firmly held was Impossible ing influence to prices] it Is now steadily improving. -
P create mueh of a short inter !
o'clock.: Visiting brethrenfraternally to induce short There are various (estimates on .
I I d. .. 11 11invit est. The break may nick Bros. GENUINE IMPORTED PANAMA ; i
FOR SALE-Fine pot flowers. and condition.;
acreage
punishment
which event
C. selling in : & 0. CLOTHING .
D. BEYER HATS AT THE M. "
increased acreage
Apply 1408 B. Gadden St. or phone' to folow.! give 9.8 per cent : ..
S53 6rings. }.Irs" J. J. Rogers. JUmajlm J t i W. G. DA1LEYW.. .\ M.Becretarjv .. b'=_ ...t ia We sure hare all along; advocated sales and the condition 55"A Mr. STORE $3.50. WORTH $5.00. : V

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Southern league made the western t'SCAPES r ; OPTICIAN
lay-out look like a dad 'one' in with FE ; I .
; 306 THIESEH BV1LDIH
a set of live ones yesterday. Birmingham I
skinned'Memphiswhile; : Atlanta =
l laid Little Rock low' by a c'ose! it you do, there is no necessity. for 3t, WM. D, HOWE
1ii 1 score and Nashville showed the Pelicans when you can-get the only original ,
would John White clothes that there are ;others in the DEATH. : : :ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAM\

: s swim:. Shreveport;,, little Shreveport BUNION LAST W/2 EAST GOVERNMENT ST
called other would ,
by name
any was the'only western team to hold up ;
t tat end of the circuit: and trimmed '=
wear just as long, and hold their Montgomery- in a close ,battle,' score Shoe at my :store- that will-make you, Continued from First Page)
2 to 1. New Orleans by losing and feel comfortable: just to-lopk at, and a !
shape just as well. Whether'l Shreveport by winning are. tied' for dream of paradise when'ypu'put themon is four' yards long. According tQ : i
place with Memphis next ,and :and only! f 3.00 and ?3.50: per pair. (Spanish traditions, the bride must af:
you spend ten dollars or twenty Atlanta coming -fast. The Pelicans All. the latest shapes.in' Snow' Flor- terward: present this wedding dressto ..

five you get all the clothes h lave l Crackers always proven in Atlanta hard'' and game it .lorth.3 Jis sheim$3.00 to and$6.00 King, guaranteed QU.alitf.Sho to fit from the, the Virgin de Patoma, the popular :.i

probable Frank's men will stop the foot and the purse; one" trial and I protectress of maternity. !
: goodness it is possible to put victorious march of Smith's men. know you'll come again. ;
New York in the American leagues The Wedding Presents. i
there for that amount of money. playing wonderful ball and .defeating The presents for King Alfonso and !

To be with ourselves all comers with ease an4 !is now COLEMAN his bride are arriving from all parts ,
square we j the The in the. i
near top. Giants of the globe, from countries and
must first be square with you. : f National league are \ getting 'their their rulers, from provinces and
drubbings rather frequently and i 212 S. Palafox-St.
More than Chicago -winning two-thirds of the. I I cities, 'and even from school children_ :DR.J.H.MOCK
of
a quarter a century's games played, and .is'. leading. the. of Spain ,who hav. contributed their : ;:
such dealing has made league. : : .' : mite to show their loyalty to the king. : I
ef . . ISHIPPING Some of the gifts are a.s follows: Dental Surgeon
it second nature. You K NW[ The queens! mother presents the :
pro- STANDING AND RESULTS: king with ,her portrait painted by Crown and Bridge Work a SpeC tlty.

tection, satisfaction and comfort : . . I Moreno Carbonero. The city of Painless Extracting of Teeti
Southern League.. Madrid_gives an enduring present to : i 28/2 S. Palafojf St.
our first thought. Won Lost Pot. Arrived. I the bride, bY' establishing a women's 7 and 9 Old Armory Builo'iM.:

New Orleans u. ... ..26 13 667 Degregori' Gio Botto, ,Ital. bk. 1294. quarter which is baptized in the name : Phone 1077.
Shreveport ... .. .. ..26 13 667 Genoa, to Rossasco Bro'; I ol "Queen Victoria Eugenia." The
Memphis .. ... .. ..23 16 590 Isabel B. Wfiley<< Am' sch, 611, W&ley, mayor of "Madrid has invited all the _
Atlanta .. .. ..i.. ..23 I? 57a; Key Wfest, to J. A. ''Merritt. mayors of Spain to sign an artiscic -gI9i
:I rmingham: ; .. .. ..23 2ft.I 535 Peturnia, Brit. ss, '1093, Frankland, album expressing their homages to
THE JOHN WK STORE i : Montgomery ... .. .15 25 375 Charleston, to Julius Shrier. the young couple. The manufacturers -
Nashville .. ... ...' ..15 28 ,349 John: L. Inglis, Am. tug, 98, Sheldon, of 'Barcelona have presented the Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F.
Little Rock .. ... .. ,10 29 256 New Orleans, to J. A. Merritt. 'bride with a diaa'em of diamonds ; Joppa Lodge, No.6, I. 0. 0. F,
: Phone 225 205.207 S. PALAFOXCheap Senator Brit ss, 304,.Pyle, New Orleans valued at l OOOO pesetas. meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30:
i Yesterday's Results. to A. Brown. The presents! from royalty are no-- 'clock at Odd Fellows Hall Belmont

S _---- ir=.=-._- -I------ I I Atlanta 1; Little Rock 0. Goodwood, Brit ss; 1977, Brag, RioDe table mainly for their elegance inJ an;! Baylen -street. Visiting brethreQ
I1JW !(Birmingham 1; :'Memphis 0. Janiero, W. S. Keyser Co. taste rather than their intrinsic : art> coriaUyiuvIted.
I Nashville 5; New| Orleans 2. I worth, although some of them are ,of '1'. H. FLEETWOOD, N. G.

rl!;;..... RIlfJI- .. Shreveport 2; Montgomery 1. VESSELS IN PORT. : great value. The emperor of Germany f W. GINGLES; .Sec :
isen-ds some splendid hunting f an6IQ. .
Insurance South Atlantic League. Steamships.Barendrecht trophies, made of the heads of wild; r- -
is a Delusion. Won' Lost Pet. Dutch ss 2092, Hock- boars and stags which.Alfonso killed: PesisAcola Lodge, N ,. 3, K. of P.
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Augusta. ... .., .. .2t5 12 676 stra, Rio Jaaiero. during his hunt in the imperial huntIng meets 'every Monday evening at s'cIock
We wish to state that we sell cheap insurance as well as the limit- Charleston .. .. .. .20 18 526 Exmoor, Br ss.Storehouse. 2297,, preserves of Germany. France_ ) at their temporary Castle Hal:
ed payment and endowment policies: We tell you frankly that cheap Macon .. .. .. ..19 18 514 Madiera. to Hyer Bros. sends some of the finest productionsof aver I'ou stable W. Intendenda St.
insurance,does not pay in the end because at the age of 60 or 65 a man Savannah. .. .. ..18 21 462 Ida, Span ss 2267, Liverpool to S. Sevres porcelain and Gobelin tap Visiting brethren cordially welcomed
is confronted with a very largely increased premium and a probable i Jacksonville ..... .. .17 22 436 p Shotter & Co. estry factories. The Spaniards of Argentine : J. A. KIRKPATRICK, C. C.
inability to pay it, while the better insurance usually matures at a Columbia .. .. .. ..17 20 459 Louise Ger ss 1480. Bohndorf. Antwerp cabled to the famous sculptor ;; H. HORSLER K. of R. & S
time that its use is most welcomed. 'Let to J. Schreyer. .
us explain a limited pay 'Jariana Beulliure, ordering busts of
ment or endowment policy to you. The Equitable has never failed to Yesterday's Results. Alfonso anti the bride, in marble or
fulfill every contract. Ships. bronze and 50,000( ? : Meetings of the
Charleston 4; Augusta 2.Columbia % > transmttng pese-
3 Jacksonville 1. Canara, ItL ship, 1495 Repetts, Genoa tas. ; IiI. Knights of Columous
'Insuranc i\nowi6s: Gen'! A Savannah 6;; :Macon 0. to Master. I Queen. Christana presents! the briie are held at their! hail,
I Pire, Life! Bros. Pensacola Harvest Queen, Brit ship, with' a priceless court mantle which No. 8 West Inteaden-
Rio Janiero to order.Nordstjernnen dark 'IIfp' cia street, on
National Forsytb.1 belonged: to Queen Isabel II., of every
w y" ____ --- 'I I League 'Results. Nor. ship red velvet, wonderfully embroideredin %'% ;, Monday evening at
Brooklyn 1; Boston .0.. Irafcsen' La Guayra. to W. S. gold. The bride's presents from 7:30 o'clock. An: 'n-
Philadelphia 5 New York 1. & Co. V Vit8tl0l Is
.... ... ..........................4...4......... Chicago 8; Cincinnati; 3.. Barks. historic.h Spanish jewels aristocracy, .fine old include fans. many laces to: visiting. Knlgats. extended
i PENSAOOLIA. Pittsburg 3; St. Louis 0. and of the JOHN E. JONES.
2 porcelains The daughter
: Antigua, Nor bk 1348, Ferguson X S. LEONARD
I Iron Works New Orleans to A. Zelius. Duke ,of Alba sent her a gold waist Grand Knight
i and Supply! Co. i American League Results. King Malcolm, It bkeGufi, 1233, Ge- buckle set in rubies. The present I: Recorder.

Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY : : Washington 9; Boston 2. xoa to Huges & Co.Luisa from the people of Spain show the j
AND .
BOILERS Daughters of
(Detroit !\ ItaL bk. 1591. sympathy with which they receive the Rebekah.
FORCINGS, MILL AND, STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. I 4Ch.cago; 2-4.; .?., Montano from Naomi
I ; Lodge, No. 10
I: REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. STEAMSHIP. St. Louis 4; Cleveland: *f Nolloth to master. J. foreign princess. The school teach Daughters of

day or night Agents for James Prompt McKay attention'given& Co/s: celebrated to all Log orders and, + New York 7; Philadelphia '3. f. Lake Erie, ItL bk., 92?. Efigan, Bas-I ers throughout the'.country have. subscribed J Rebekah 8 o'clock, meets in I. every 0. 0. F.Monday hall Vis nightat .
amount for t
to Master.Monrovla.'Nor. a large a sumptuous
Timber
: Dogs, also chains of all som
Io phone 1029. P. O. Box !123.:!descriptions.!PHIL Office WITTMAN phone 123. Residence 1: JUST RECEIVED -100 GENUINE bk, ::1 U9. Aase, Hamburg edition of Don Quixote, accompanied ? i lug sisters cordially invited to bs present
.. Mgr. IMPORTED PANAMA HATS AT THE to order. .,' I by a message of felicitationon
O .O ""...., parchment.The ; MRS. B. R. WITKOVSKI,
M. & 0. CLOTHING .STORE; 3.50 Port Sonoclan Uruguay bk, 1112,
--- ---- ---- -----_ !: WORTH 500. Ferres, Mentevldoo.to german American friends of the King at Biari'.zhave I !41ss WILLIE KENDRICK, Sec

.... iP.1!:: -C "! "uo.GaI'-: _.." 1 I I Dbr. Co. united' in making a truly royal I
I TATTOOING. Paalo Angelo Ital bk, 1136. Bezzo gift of the Villa Mourtecot and its :M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first and
Precursore. Ital bk, Schiafflno, 1508, splendidestates where the royal third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.
All Aboard I Genoa to Rosasco Bros." courtship began. The English resi- 'i'I m'., Raford Hall, No 10.' West Inteadencia -
For It Seems to Have Originated In Early Rebecca Crowell. Am bk 491, Daw,I dents are vieing with the Spaniardsin street

Religious Customs. Porto Rico to J. I. Kelly & Co. i giving presents, the English i, A. G. FELL Pres.
What is the of ? Spero Nor. bk, 623,. Bostig, Las colonies of the interior towns having Jj! L. SWEENEY. Sec.
origin
tattooing Palmas. U I raised. 100,000 pesetas for diamond I !| ; ,

. Electric Religion, which has so much power Sterling, N .r.bk, Ellepsen, Lab'.ta: and pearl necklace. Many of the
ParkClerks' ; Pensacola Lodge No. 4, J. 0. 0.
and which F.
over peoples proves so Bay to order. : presents from rulers and state are :
Pensacola Lodge No.
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obstinate in preserving ancient customs Schooners ret to be announced. meets every Thursflar "vening, I. 0. 0. F.,

has certainly contributed to Donna Christina Am' sch, McLeod, at the new hall on Belmont and at Bayle 7-30:
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maintain it among the more barba- 165, Belize. DON'T! streets. Visiting brethren cordial!
S. G. Haskill, Am sch 569
Staples
Benevolent rous part of our population. We INCW York to Order. Don't let your child suffer with i vited. E. GREENBLATT
Association see a quasi official pro)!, of it at that cough when you can cure it with |I j. NEVILLE, Secretary. JI
Ballard's Horehound Syrup a sure ,
Lorette. Those who cultivate a d r NOTICE.
votion for saint believe cure for Coughs, Bronchitis, Influenza : W. 0. \{.
that
a ;
by Pursuant to the call of the Democratic
Croup and Pulmonary Diseases. Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. 0. W.
engraving his image on their flesh County Executive Committee bottle and it. [
Buy a try
Great Picnic and meets In Pythian Hall 1st and 3n
Dance they will give him a proof, a clear there will be a sec B. B. Laughter, Byhalia, MIss.i Wednesdays In each month. Vlsitinj
testimony, of their love. We know ond primary election held on writes: "I have two children who had sovereigns cordially invited.
that the Phoenicians marked the Tuesday the 12th day of June. 1906, croup. I tried many different reme ; F. A. BOGHICH, C. C.
I sign of their divinity their fore- for the purpose of nominating candI- dies, but I must say your Horehound : LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.
Don't Miss It I heads on dates for the following offices: Syrup1 is the best Croup and ,
(Ewald, Judaischen Alther- Two members of the House of Rep- Cough medicine I ever used."

thum, iii i). In the Marshall islands resentative.One --------- ; Pensacola Si Andrews and
they have to ask the permission of County Commfssioner!: DistrictNo. ,

Friday, June 1, 1906 the gods to tattoo themselves, and 4. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Gulf Steamship Co.
the priests alene in New Zealand FRANK REILLY,

I perform the office of tattooing A. H. D'ALEMBERTE. Secretary, Chairman. Following is a list of recent real LTEAMERTARPON.wci.. .

(Scherzer). Lubbock adds to this estate transfers, reported for The Jour ; BARROW, Master,. I
Sports will begin at 3:30: p. m. See the great that woman who does-not-wear a GENUINE IMPORTED PANAMA nal by the Pensacola Abstract Co: i"isRSr'CLA63: FASSENUJ:: AND

burlesque game of baseball, well worth the price of tattoo mark cannot enjoy eternal HATS AT THE M. & 0. CLOTHING Wm. B. Runyan and C. R. Burgoyneto FREIGHT- SERVICE
STORE $3.50:WORTH $5.00. A. C. McSween, lots 9 and lOr bk.! ;i -fieiwwaPENSACOLA. -
admission- felicity. The of.Britain tat-
women < 118, E. King Tract, E. of Taragona St., MOBILE. APALACHIo'COLA.
tooed themselves in obedience to religion 1125. CARRABELLE.: ST. ANDREWS -

Hooligans (Pliny, 33)). PRESS THYOB Margaret I. Johnson to Fannie R. MILLVILLE.
vs Katzanjammers, The second cause is! the spirit. of Renshaw, commencing at a point 165 And' all points on St. Andrew Biy,
imitation. A Lombard soldier. an- DUJTONbf : ft N. and 150 ft. W| of the SE cor. of CarrabeUe and Apaiashlcola
block 58 of Belmont Tract,thence W. : SCHEDULE
swered me laughingly-one day when /, 51 ft, thence S. 15 ft.. thence E. 51 ft. Leave Feusacota ::IUD4a,. 8:30 9,
I rallied him on his having"pent a m;. for Mobile, Ala.Pensacola.
thence N. 15 ft. to place of beginning,
DANCING AT
6 P. m. SHARP.Music small sum to spoil his.arm.. "See, p0 ArT $250. :Leave Tuelda,. 8:39 p.
monsieur m;;, for St. Andrews, Millville, Apt*
we are like-sheep; and Carrabelle and inUraediawpoints.
la J1lcola.
by Prof. Collins' Full String Orchestra. A HAPPY MOTHER
when of does all
I one us anything we .
her is
that
will see baby properly
imitate him at once,even ifwe: risk For additional Information apply t I
ADMISSION 25 CENTS. cared for-to do this a good purgative : -
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doing ourselves harm. Love of -
i is, necessary.. :Many babies suffer ? R. COBB Proliant.
I distinction also has influence. A1
from worms and their mothers GeL Fit and Pass ArtPenuco1& -
-' .. .- ,... .-= thief of the most incorrigible: !sort don't know it-if your baby is feverish Tla.!
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........4.HG,444..4....I4.) O ....++O. .6.... who had six brothers tattooed like and doesn't sleep at nights. it is -
troubled with worms. White's

: Cheaper Than Wood Goal : was himself half implored covered me with, although the'Joddest he :- !. these Cream worms Vermifuge-n a mild will pleasant clean way.out. i AROUND TRIP SUMMER

:I or tattoo marks, to find him a"professional TbeS1w-Swest-Saet-ud only Perfeet_ Once tried always used. Give it a 1,: and

I tattooer to complete what $:!I4mcgPc4. Mo|!all Slier I trial Price 25 cents. i CONVENTION RATES
Cooking with gas is much cheapen, than with the use of might well be styled the embroideryof -00.hakinl'Ink to spIU..i.doetinc. .
either wood coal.
or '
his skin. "When the tattooing dnply! yws the batto (u MANWhere kound trip summer excursions fr ''pi
is very curious and spreads all over in the picture c. the pea filiiBaudot all points east to Pacific coast and
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: | Lighting With Gas. i the body," he told me,,"it is to-us Writes ma Cub. c will you and the maid northwest from June 1 to Septembf-r

,. other thieves like the black coat_of louche the the matet paper it (Madam) and the Kiddies spend the 1 15; with special stop-over priviie ;s,

i Under. our reduced rates effective i society with decorations the more summer? gopd returning to October 31, 1906.
June -
1st. 1906. is 1 N. E. A. meeting at WS AngfJu ".
- cheaper than with any other means of illumination.: not we are tattooed the more*we esteemone Why not take aflyer (Our Flyer) 913.
; excepting kerosen oil If you would! have: better lights Eagle$150Hash ) to the finest Summer Country i in the] y
and save money too, : ;! another the more a ptrson is ; world! Cool, Bracing and Invlgora Slks meeting at Denver. Colo, Jn'yRummer
tattooed the more in1luence'hQ.hasover Colorado.It 16j21. .
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Use Gas. his companions. On.the >contrary No.ij with 14 karat ICII14 nilpea rates to Colorado! June 1
i point-fine* Tuktalz: *' only takes a.day. Leave St. Louis to: 30.
[September
one who is not ,tattooed has rabbet tad fully goanatced.Ea on the Missouri Pacific.at 9:00 a. m. JJotel Men's Convention, Portland
Pensacola Gas Company no influence. He is regarded I simplyas ,.."FIuJt -No.25 The next. morning early you are In Ore. June 528.pse .
.. : a good fellow and is not? esteemed EaaIeiJIt Zz.solam Colorado. ] the splendid through servi"!

Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. : by his company." London' Chron vith ,..........1.00pW ..00SGId Living Is Cheap. Write for descrip of!the Southern Pacific from New Or
icle. tion pamphlet-list of Boarding Housesetc. lens; Union Pacific from Kansas
.........".""..""' '''''..e.. 4.4444 i..t aDd OIbcrtl'" 5ea1ilam .' City or Chicago.

== --- -. --- -_ Ask TOUt DIALER. Ifke through Pullman tourst; cars from
SetfieLChoIlyPeople 4ocJn't fell TOT the lap LOW RATES Washington, Atlanta, Montgomery
m- Order Your talk about a "hors "FLASH"en* the icuil Fooottl.Pen tike* etq.. and from St. Louis and Chicagj
price direct to To Denver July 9th to 14th, account
laugh. Horses ...
never laugh while I'm Sack pea aWotelr naf.uteed. to :California..
V ICE COAL and WOOD around. Miss P!ppery| -Then they meetingB. P. 0. Elks. Write me for literature. and information. -
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To San Francisco June 24th W
can't
:from the'Consumers' laugh, that's_alL-Chicago!> News. Eagle Pencil Co. July 6th. .
7 a iflll1 lCtllftmI -I J. 'F_VAN RENSSELAER.
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ICG and Fuel. Company. To Colorado and Salt Lake City all
To be happy is not the purpose of our I 3.I Eroadwaj.New Yerki ... f t General Agent
I Dflw-Corner Chase and Tarragona. Phone 299. being but to deserve bajplnessFieht. i summer. | 124 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga.
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