The Pensacola journal
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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 3, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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r Bull Fght at Madrid Made I:I }; I ., 'fH :.. _I Policemen Firemen- and Other .fj.fjl l ft'Board :


People Forget Horrors of % SEIZED' BY: MEXICO ; MANY. 1NDICTH[ Will Assist Mexican' Authorities t Mill MAN N BADLY AGAIN SENTENCED '; City Servants Can Secure
the Week ij*\; in Preserving Order,at. Caninaif ."? Salaries I!

j\!. By Associated Press & By Associated Pass ; Monday. : tr*

Galveston June 2.-The Necessary, I IH 'fc Valdosta Ga., ,June : .-For t j1.t ;:
fc steamship,Galveston,'having on & the third time since tie murder d :
GREAT OVATIONS% board the crews of the three & Bl f SPECIAL[ l INJURED[ ATBAGOAD T of the Carter children J.' MEETINGS CUANGfD'1: f fn; ay

& :fishing vessels seized in the n II i G. Rawlings and sons, Jessie *

fc Gulf of Campeche'by the Merl- TOWN IS NOW ,QUIET Sand Milton, and the nffgro Aif a ; ,
can government arrived at %. %o Moore, have been sentenced to d .tt '

Given King and Queen Whenever &' quarantine day. There from were Progresso' eighteen to- .* GRANDJURY N H O OJT. *i* ':be for hanged Julf- 13.and The the boys date: had fixed litn<& of Works Will Meet on Different )I !h

fc men in the three crews Two Americans Killed tie to say besides denying their' of
They Appeared. $0 eight of whom :belong here. Only by y & guilt. J. G. Rawlm'gs ;made a n Dates. 1 HI I

& Nothing was learned from tha % Mexican: Miners. & lengthy speech declaring the 7- ;[p
& men as the.ship is in quarantine i Rioting ; ?.- innocence of the boys but i\ making -'

SOME OF THE USUAL BLOODCURDLING '* and,will released Monday # Sensational Charges Alleged at : Hollis Drawn into Machinery, no reference to himself. iMOATES SECOND AND SIXTEENTH OF t'!! 4
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,FEATURES WERE' '* 'Gainssville Stobhar Held BETWEEN TWENTY-F4VE AN FIFTY Both Arms and Collar -$ jf. X. H EACH MONTH SELECTED AS .'ii! ;':':.'',
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BULLS WERE, DISPATCH ED- ISREEMENT[[ [ ON N NH. By Associated Press. fNIN3; COMPANY-BELIEVED Bagdad, June 2J. T. Hollis a T[ LUNACY ( DAY IS AB-oUIHE'D-THE' :"' ,i 1:I.' ::,{;;",a- ,

FOUR BY CABALLEROS.By Gainesville,, Fla., June 2.-A special THAT TROUBLE NOT YET millwright in the employ of the DETAILS. ;:| -.;. :

grand jury returned indictments: Stearns & Culver Lumber Co.. at the ;,
day' against J. N. N Stobhar 'former ENDED. I gang mill, while looking after some C CASE[ I 1C t t ..

Associated Press H. R. H RATE T[ agent ,of the Atlantic Coast Line t machinery, became entangled in it 0 The members of the police and I _i ; t" ,

)Madrid June 2.-The royal bull against J. C. B. and William l here'l By Associated Press. an? was drawn in and both arms and fire departments will be able to se- .' i fit? .'

tight this afternoon :was the climax charging an attempted bribe at Douglas, Arz.: Jne'l-A, dispatc- ,his collar bone broken. He was cura their semi-monthly May salaries i 's:

of the spectularx magnificence attend- last regular term of the grand jury. from Naco to-night says that: the Associated ladly bruised in several other places. :Monday morning. Other employees '! ;t1 ';
in telephonic
Press was -
eat: upon the marriage of King Alfonso \ BILLonference Both: ,Thomases are held under 5140 communication, : with W. One of his arms will have to be amputated 9'i i of the municipality untfer the Juriv ;'j '\ t!i :

and for the tim| being: :Madrid for- bonds. Greene' at Canina this'- afternoon C'I ,( When found he was entirely i diction of the boards of Safety ani :i II 'f hl:
got the horrors of the past week. It'ns Stobhar is not here having left since I was 'advised that Governor stripped of his clothing, except. hn Public Works will likewise be ac :'.,1 r}
and an armed posse had arrived< there!I commodated. This was definitely set- t I 1. t
feared the event would give .
an-I be was released from the charges by stockings.The {
end that their: appearance quietedthe i '. tied at separate meetings of the ; '\1 r'L ',
Withholds His
tther opportunity for outrage but the last grand jury. 'Sensationalcharges town. Col. Greene added that schooner Donna Christina,, Judge Bellinger boards yesterday. r J ',;

everything passed auspiciously, the Report Presented to were also brought against there was considerable anxiety still I i Capt.: Gus Axelson is in the dry dock. Chairman Ingraham and other Of::: '-i
Decision Until He I Investigates
king and bride being continuously the prominent attorneys connecting them.. and indicated that the trouble was!! When she comes out she will load) members of the Board of Safaty con't' +;"'
Senate by for Tiilman-Other not at an enc 1 yet. vened at the city hall at noon for the "f '
center of popular ovations. Extraor- with the attempts to bribe that jury. I here for Belize, Honduras.. the -;i'i; ->
Evidence. and approving ; i
Vice Consul Maza representing the f purpose of auditing ;
precautions were taken to prevent H. H. Borer, T. W Stevens and P. "
dnary Business'in'the Senate. GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL ... Mexican government; at Naco.: hag received :-;' Tomasello have bought the Black) : the pay-rolls! of the two department f .t 1I'
the possibility, of a repetition of PROBABLY EAVES A LIFE a message 'saying that the authorities Water; Lumber Co., mill known hereas :wider' the control of the body the : -r 1 t' i-

. Ihursday's: tragedy. ....--- : have the, situation well in the Gray mill. They are at work County Judge Bellinger;was enga'ged -police and fire departments. After '', {t l :'
Associated Press board adjourned. : ;111
By this was none the
When Alphonso and Queen VictorIa Washington June 2.-Tie confer The presence cf mini of Charles hand. repa'ring and expect to start up ia ai all of yesterday in hearing the case ,: q !:
entered the royal box at four Quina, chief government customs cllI lour troops ot.Unlted States: cay! few days. T. W. Stevens will be the I with Board of Works.A .
the railroad rate bill reacheda of JiBrs. W. M. Moates charged h
ence on airy: arrived at Naco this aft rnooa : meeting of the Board of Works d t l
lector the r.fe of
o'clock the vast amphitheatre was and at four probably saved a I manager.
complete agreement the American lunacThe court after !shearing all
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are on held 5:30 in the afternoon with j t
child at the corner of Baylen and West was at ;
crowded with, six thousand persons o'clock Senator Tillman presented, the Government streets Friday.: The child side of the line. It is reported the. TWO BOYS ARRESTED the evidence announced tfiat the case Chairman Zelius Mayor Bliss and '< 1.1 f'

who rose in shouting welcome to the conference report to t'he senate. He was playing in the streets when an troops are under strict orders nit to FCR RAID ON PORE, would be taken under advisement and Lee Daniell. the full board present. .. i fJ":
royal couple. asked that the report be printed >oas cross the Jine until permission' is r.-, The pay-rolls of the street and other 1'\1
He electric' car came along at a rather that decision in the premises would "t
made. a
Tlje bull fight itself was a disappointment to show the changes ceived beth from President Roosevelt -' departments: under the jurisdict'.ou J r
fair; rate of s*>eed. The motorman ;Howard Parker an.d G. T. Carter )
to the Spaniards as some said only twochan'Jes had been made and ,President tfiaa. be announced later.A i I examined }I
was looking ahead, but the child seemingly two white boys, made a raid on the of the board were gone over, 1, i
cf the usual Mood curdling features and that they would be explained when did not reaMze that danger was Kress & Co.,- store last evening and I number of witnesses were examined audited and approved. { : !I'
omitted, probably as a ,concession -I the report was ,considered. PEACE RE3TOREIUNTHE of changing the meet I
were near. Instead of making an effort to evidently attempted; to secure enough: ia behalf-of both sides. The question ,: ;
; to the young queen, yet she In practically all essential details TOWN OF ,CANINA. miscellaneous plunder to start up ;In : I ing dates of the body was discussed : ; wi ''
get clear of the track, the youngsterran Rule Day. '
the'scene without the.l leastcutwwd the conference on the railroad rate ;
viewed < business small scale. tverc'' at length and' tnally terminated in tint ii;
evidence of emotion. I bill agreed to the measure as passedby in the 'direction of the car: Mr. Naco, Ariz., June 2.-A. 'telephone caught in on the a act of appropriating They {Monday is rule day in: the circuit. adoption of a resolution making th r 'd"

One horse was torn to pieces ,by a the senate. The report shows that Quina who chanced to be coming from message recalled here at eight thirty sundry articles,_ and leading bags: court and it is expected that answers, meeting days the second and $is ., = ..t fi,;;. !

maddened bull directly under the royal the senate receedeS from six 'amendments /government! building was.dcwf, r :ltzeJ, that J.hL: ;morning.; !o' ;Cveaien: which: tiier<':*arred, 'Rnd-plac3d--andfcr; I amendments and pleas will be filed teenth of each month, instead of th( : t;t.,
unless Hnrt- tonsqukkly
box, from which Victoria looked two -whlch.'me I chaage. something' say's that peaee hssteen re?toiedthere. arrest The stolen goods.ere re-" Chief Clerk? Ayffiard of ;the second and fourth Mondays ashere ., : ;i :t
down without shrinking., Eight bells the number of sectionS. Twenty that the child might be kll-: After the arrival of the Arizona covered. galore. tofore. By this method it Is claimed J t-
were difpatched, four by caballeros on eight amendments were retained ver, ed. He rushed forward and grabbedthe rangers many of the ring lead- circuit clerk's office Is anticipating a ,that special met'lgs can be eliminated "' 1 :' "

horseback who were chosen from the batim and the remaining seventeen little one just a second before the ers in :jesterday's riot fled to the I busy session at the next term of to the extent -of three sessions. ''i; l.I

first families of Spain. {i redrafted and retained under different car ,arrived at the spot where the mountains and: no serious trouble .was I American school at, Canina arrived court : I The Board of Works by a unanimous tf !-
The British official delegation remained child had rushed forward. The llttls: after their abolished the customary { t'
phraseology. anticipated flight. here last night on a spec'al train Suits Filed. ; vote f' t )
away on account of the English \ one was restored to its mother' ua-; Governor Yzabel of 'Sonora arrived" which brought refugees from there.)I approval of account on the 10th of :. NV:f
: prejudice against the national Received"Reports.. hanned.. early this morning and immediatelygave He said: : "George! Metcalf: the heat oil The following suits were filed in each month as heretofore. Such accounts .; :'! J"
sport of Spain. 'Washington June 2. The,senate today orders permitting armed Ameri- a department of the Greene Mining the office of Circuit Clerk; McMillan as filed with Clerk Merritt in :-t :..
The programme for the royal bullfight received reports from the conference HOUSE CONSIDERED cans from all parts of Arizona: to ac-I Company and: his son, Will Metcalf,1 yesterday: : 'time! to be presented to the board at ':-f' ,--j: :

was unusually elaborate, for 1).1 on the railroad'rate and statehood NATURALIZATION BILL ctmpaay him to Canina. Four hun- were the only Americans killed.They ., (State of Florida vs. Catherine the first meeting of each month will : :c
sides; four ordinary contests there bills, heard the announcement of dred and fifty went with h'm: on a were shot down by Mexicans'I i Morris be taken up and if found correct or. ,', :. '\\J! :;
Richard ,
ffm four more by "cabaleros en the committee on dslib rat'on in the By Associated Press ,1 special train. while protecting: company's: prop',:i O'Bannon, surety; deretf paid By this method it is ba- >0 't 3t r

T'iaee." Thislast is the most dangerous Smoot case and passed: a resolution Washington, June 2.-The house'' An armed party of Americans triedto erty. Between twenty-five and fifty) forfeiture of land. Settled: and strictened lieved! that all parties,concerned will i t

of all classes of bull! fighting, for by party vote on the purchase of Panama spent the considering the natural cross the frontier ling last night Mexicans] were killed The Mexicans I from docket. < I be benefited. '.Iff i
the caballeros: fight on horseback and supplies. Senator Burrows asked ization bill but did not complete it. half a mile from :Naco but were opposed attacked the mounted police /eutr- Holcott Mimms vs.; Catherine All claims for salary will be examined ", ;;"
besides dealing with the infuriatel that a day be fixed for coasideiaLton by Mexican: officers. In the: lay resulting in the death of sev ral.l of I and audited at the first meeting 1
alleged grounds
I divorce on !
hull they must manage a frightened of the Smoct case: but objectionwas Cornell Bests Harvard. shooting-wlTch: foFowed several were" The five thousand Mexicans on strike I Minims I of each month, these being among ; l lI 'a
t\om\ Unlike the picadors, whoso made and no decision: reached. Cambridge;: Man, June 2.-Come] wounded and the attempt was finally are very defiant and are ready to attack desertion. ; I the first things considered by the :=: l :!!
horses are blinded those of the cabal -' defeated Harvard at scfta'l toiar given up. everyone who does not joint Municipal Court.. tcdy, which will allow the employees J f!

Iero3 have their 'eyes open to the com Panama Supplies.Washington. I (by the score cfj,to 4. E. E. Edgington principal' of. the I ;.('m." Thirteen unfortunates made! their appearance -I of the city to draw their pay not later : ,

cat The caballeros for the presnt June 2:The senate! ,! before Recorder Laney in, than the third The same applies to '" 'f' i'i ..;
fight had as patrons four of the titled ;d-'the providing for i the second monthly payment, as ;
pa resolution I the police court yesterday morning ciaims will be considered at the session \ i-
>zrandees of Spain, in order to augtTTit of supp'ies for'the Pana-- I
the of the occasion. the purchase Ii I and nine of them were adjudged: on the sixteenth. Should either "', : r'I
promp i I nnless
ma canal in the United.States I the second or sixteenth fall on Sunday ::,?| ,
The four matadors taking part in deems-prices extortionate guilty. One was sentencqd to the 1
the president .
a holmay the board will! meet .j.I
the fights were Alga Beno. Macha- unreasonable., . county jail, charged with being a dan-i or J J 1
or l tat the day following.! "" !\
quito, Bombita Tero the rElt
Rega ,
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Yj1r and suspicious character. The Garbage Contract. t:
foremost bull fighters of Spain. T]ha I
bulls used oa this ocr/r ion were from'thefamomfestabllshmt'nt Statehood f,Bill.2.The;! state- Fifty-two dollars! and costs were as- The board took up the claim of tho 'C i igarbage t!
'WashingtonJune'! ; sessed. : contractor and ordered It ptF "iI'

of Veragua. a descendant' of of the Colum-Dake hood conference. report was signed ai' TI I }paid with the exception of $4.50 j ir. \ r. ,
3:10 and presented to the senate at I' which was deducted for garbage ; l' r ?h. '"
IES who for has made
specialty of raising years fine Andalus'an: a 3:30'p.. m. by Senator-B veridge. He MOORS ATTACK hauled by the city. J

hulls for royal tournaments. The made no remarks beyond asking that It is believed that the arrangements / fc r: {.'

James of the caballeros were not announced the report be presented.; There was \uTcccS\l\ ,, -. _, f ICtNs STRANDED SHIPBy now made for the approval of claim i '
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no objection and the report went on etc., will meet with"the approval of : i ,
in advance as they: are "'
the calendar for consideration: at the! all concerned. : -5',
chiefly known, for their distinguished ,..steal.t ., >I'
patrons. It was at the marriage ofAlfonso's earliest .opportunity. __/ : ; + : 4i
:: l \ .d Associated Press ENGINEER OF IVY 1
father that a young \ \ \\t LOST LEG AND ARM : g
ish SP3.I1-1 2. The British
lieutenant Romero ADAMS PUNERAL Gibralter, June 3 i iI
himself as" a caballero. He had !lost :. steamer Craighall from Cardiff:[ toiavona .
The Mobile Herald of Friday evening '
the favor of the court, and in desp'raton is ashore off Point Ceres ands I I
contained the
decided to risk his life fighting WILL BE PRIVATEPROPOSED beingy attacked by Moors. British i t I
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on horseback against a bull. He 1111i cruisers have gone to the steamei'said. switchman in the I I
Louisville and
Allied the bull, and was rewarded on --r- i G ih ro Itq 0 ,/ Nashville! railroad jartf at the foot of, I IEez.'a
the spot by being restorea' to royal
street found a white !
the king taking off his own I S i:
who had been struck by !
r : an engine.
sword and SIR HURON WINS
presenting to him.
MEMBERS TO ACCOMPANY The ambulance was summoned. :Ambulance
The Plaza de Toros Is one of the
Steward Dair, on arriving at
most .splendid amphitheatres in ,Eu- BODY 'ABANDONED, BY I LATONIA DERBY the scene, give the man first relief ;
MP?. easily seating l ,OOO to :I'O'-OO: ,, I and then hurried him to the
IngeBonduraat -
People, while the crowd packed REQUEST.By I i r ; i \ I sanatorium. Here Dr. H. T,
in has at
times reached 100,000 With-I
; Inge found the man to have sustained : -
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in the Moorish style with an By Associated Press I a fracture of the right arm and

mous entrance gate which! looks in: Associated Press pRo 'r (Cincinnati, June 2.-Tie Latonla, left foot. The arm was amputaed

i\l the distance like the Arc de Triomphe' Washington, June 2.-At the request I yr derby, 1% miles, was wont; by ;Sir Hu-, just below the shoulder and the foot
w\ 315 Paris feet, The arena has a diameter of the family of late'' Representative I t M I l; wf: COMt: ll i Kf ttE y ron, Lady Navarre second. Deabar I. above the ankle. He gave hK name

tier and all about this rise Adams of Philadelphia the proposed k Fi 1 ,21hK 1 itM It was scratched. There were only two' as Johan Johnson, and it dps loped
on tier of galleries and boxed informal escort of house members to FRiStO yrTd rrp / starters. Time 2:3645.JEFFERSON : I that he was an engineer on'the'! Hhl-I
many Of them benIn, the arms of c 1S E lTilit .' house tenser Ivy of the Unit< 1 States
the body to Philadelphiawas
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rohie! families with the I accompany' I Ai kpUlL
royal ocCupying abandoned. No services were % service. It was the opinion of switch.
a commanding position. I held here and the ';servlces at Phi'adelpfoia '! ?1AT? ly DAVISMEMORIAL men in the yard that the man had at-

will be strictly private and tempted to cross the tracks to_reach

PATTERSON attended by the family only.. The TR 1 DAY the Ivy and was struck passenger

body left here this alternon accompanied S train No., 3. ....
only by members ,of the capitol R ,
NOMINATED Dolice force. c, j LAST NIGH1 ."
'r'J1AJflJ The Jefferson Davis memorial exercises OCCURRED
will be held at Christ church! -
BIG GERMAN CANALFORMALLY this afternoon at 5:30 o'clopk under .I (Hugh Robert Boh> aged 22 year!*,
TENNESSEE DEMOCRATS NAME I the auspices of Pensacola!.Chapter U. died at the family home, 811 East Bel.

RD 1i FeSH D. C. i i. mont street, last night at 11:35:
PRESENT CONGRESSMAN FOR OPENED : d' o. ..", IN The Pensacola Chapter'; desires the o'clock. Deceased had been sick for

GOVERNOR.By 7 (1/1./ 3 rt tisof rfI attendance of all Confederate Veterans over a year v"11 the dreaded disease -
dkp I and extends a special invitation tuberclIlo5 3. and death relieved
By Associated Press I I to Camp Ward hoping, s that everY his suffering; ": the time stated Mr. '

"Berlin June -Emperor William I ti -'SaIh member who can do so wit!I attend. Bobe was a young man with a bright
Associated Press today opened the Tellow canal This EOYKIrV JONES future ani popular with all who knew

'KashvUle, June %. The democratic is another waterway, connecting the I t J1 \'. j Comminder Ward Camp No. 10. him. The funeral will take place Monday
state convention adjourned at nearly manufacturing'suburbs of Berlin with I I morning at 10 o'clock from the
three o'clock this morning after nominating the sea and 'gives, several hundre41 v l'I. ,Princeton Defeats \!Yale. family residence, to St. lIchael'lJI

Congressman M. R Patterson manufacturers all water transportation .. Ney Haven June' %. princeton to- church and from there to St. Michael's
for to, Hamburg. The canal cost ten ;f' I where the will be lard:
governor and H. H. Hannah thepreaet I day defeated Yale at baseball by the cemetprv body ;
adjutant general of the -state, million' dollars and, was fouilt,.at the score gf 3 to 2. : I I at rest '

tat railroad commissioner... l expense of those benefltted brit. PICTURED ERVATIONS I.

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I During the Summer Months This 'Store Will Close Every Friday at Noon.

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is the first real big offering this season. Thousands of dainty Undergarments to e ect from-each and every one a

money saver. We bought them from the BigMills' GreaFOver-Production Sale at less than cost of manufacture, and we

itf; are going to sell them to you in the same way.: Let us fill your Underwear wants.

All advertised goods on display near center aisle. None reserved, all must be sold. Sale begins promptly at 8:30.: All -

out-of-town orders filled as long as goods last.

Note-This Underwear was made, in clean, airy factories, not sweat shops. :
SKIRTS Corset CoversMade


In Clean, Airy


: Factories-Not NOT SWEAT SHOPS, both plain and elaborately finished, at less than Sweat Shops

cost to manufacture, special, ; ,
Sweat Shops, both and finished i i

plain elaborately Tie ; 69, 89, 99c, $1. 10. both plain and elaborately

i' both plain and elaborately at less than cost to man- i '
aaE1VLXSEMADE : : finished, at less than cost

trimmed at less than cost facture special
i IN CLEAN, AIRY F FACTORIES, NOT SWEAT SHOPS, to manufacture special
to manufacture, special, 21, 51, 69, 98C, $1.19. both plain and elaborately finished at less than !!

CHILDREN'S DRAWERS, made of best msterial, V ral cost to manufacture, special,. !I 10,19,39,51,79,89.

1 51, 69, 79, 98c, $1.39, $1.99 a full line of size at 70C. 76c, $1.01, $1.19.

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AMERICAN I the ship and the product (proceeds) I THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO
SEIZURE of the fishing."

Union Labor Hall The clause is found in the legisla- APALACHICOLA FLA.
tion of every civilized country and PeopIej
Many i
,. Room 1, Old Armory Building.A tends to protect their subjects ana? iI Manufacturers of
to care for the breeding of fishes M I
and to prevent the barbarous custom Cypress Shingles.
a; code of signals and the suspiciousboat
sufficient to accommodate adopted by the unlawful fishermenof
Official Statement Regarding the paying no heed to it, a sho A "
75 people for rent at using dynamite to make their task, % x 4" x 18"
with blank cartridge was fired to in- RequireSomething i
Matter Given Out by Mexican timidate her into obeying In the reasonable rate.MECHANICS' more prontable. I % x 5" x 18"
face of this demonstration he
On the other hand the law of December Tanks of all ,
Cypress Dpc-'p' o-c
;' Consul. schooner stopped and hoisted the HEADQUARTERS 18, 1902, that classified and ,
.., American flag. defined the properties belonging to! I Write! for Catalogue and P' .' r :, '.
f": The second captain of the Vera Where employers can secure 'the federation says in the article I
4 Cruz went aboard the ship to invest! help. Office clerk In 'I 4th: "That are properties of common' from the following(
ALLEGED THAT AMERICAN FISH. charge all the time. Phone use and of the federation
the depending
gate cause the presence of the ] '
?: ERMEN USED DYNAMITE TO SE. schooner in these waters and found 776 and you will be supplied I(the following: 1. The territorial sea!II j list of New Goods that we have
r. I that, the ship in question was the II I[as fas as three maritime miles count-j
( CURE SNAPPERS' CLAIMED :American schooner Silas Stearns of I I led' from the line of the lowest tide received
t i 39 tons and of the home port of Pen- HOME WORKERSBUILD in the firm coast or from the beach just : :
; THAT PENSACOLA SMACK sacola, Fla., and engaged in the fishing HOMES of the Islands that form a part of
L- business. The Silas Stearns [ the national territory," anti the, article !- :
surprised at 600 metres to the east 5th says! 'The use of the terri-
Trusses either with Steel Elastic At all| Druggists.
1-: BlOAT of the reef plainly within jurisdictional torial sea for the navigation the load- or MUS-QUIT-U.. MFG. co,
waters with one boat at sea, necessary steps were taken it was ing and unloading of merchandise with Hard Rubber or Water Pads Jacksonville, Fla.
all the fishing lines out and with, a and passengers the fisheries, fishing
t.C cargo of 5,000 large snappers in her discovered that this ship was an of pearls or.fishes or any other object I .. -from infant's size: up
The following translation of an official bunkers. Such abundant harvest of ""American schooner without proper!I|I is subject to the legal prescriptionsand
statement of the seizure
: fish caught in so few days, from the papers and called D. L. Trafton of 36 administrative regulations of the Abdominal in all sizes j'
American vessels the Mer Supports
fishing by prices.
whatever the
5th government
on which date she left Pensa- tons, of the home port of Mobile
lean; government has been given to Great
cola to the 19th, on which date she nationality ofj the persons societies, Shoulder Braces from
Youth's sizes I
Ala. ; I
The Mobile Register by Alfonso L. l manned by seven men and com that preteifd up.Stispensory
or to make
Vas seized', with so small a crew six i
:'Jiminez, Vice Consul of Mexico at men and the master gives room to manded 'by Alex Linob'erry. She, was use of the said seas may be. The and Atheletic Supporters.* !;
<' Mobile think although it could not be at once declared as seized and in the vigilance and jurisdiction of the' federal
The department of v\r and navy : 'authorities extended Sanitary Napkins---large, small and medium
proved that this ship following' the, statement drawn to the effect it was may be in j
having been advised that in certain
of the sea, in fiscal matters to a distance Reduction in
example a good of her :
.' times! of the year taking advantage of has used dynamite many to accomplish kind her:'' stated that she had been supnsea1; &: Up to twenty kilometers counted from per Box, 25c. !;
r' the difficult patrolling of our extensive task more 1,800 metres to the west of the Ala the line of the lowest tide on the
;e.. coasts they were visited by fort easily. 'I' cranes reef; that she was caught in coasts of the republic." ,
eign fishing smaqks; that come unlawfully The Silas Stearns did not have her the flagrant guilt of fishing in Mex.- And last (to ena''> we will give i
f' to exercise their Industry with- papers in order and in view of the' can territorial waters and tne cap- '
in Mexican territorial waters there- fact of her having been caught in the I tain having nothing to allege in 'de some as, to details how these by way fishing of information expeditionsare SUMMER TOILET GOODS \
by committing an offense provided for act when she was engaged in fishing fense of his conduct but the fact that
and punishable by expressed! special In Mexican territorial waters Captain -1 I he had been practicing the same in accomplished.the fishing belong The ships generally engaged to- THAT EVERY LADY 'i Eye GlaSS
Trujillo declared her to be seized WANTSi
laws ordered the gunboat Vera Cruz thing for various American firms and powerful companies; that send them I i

't. to make a visit of inspection to the and boarded her drew up statements for many years. The ship was towelto ostensibly to dredge oysters in American Wash flags .. -. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..10 and,; 15c
coasts, reefs and Inlets of the sound of the facts on board' the Vera Cruz Progresso where she also was delivered ?
of Campeache, a place very much fre- In which statement after recording to the port authorities to- pended waters to allow; but time when for this the Is procreation sus--1 Bath Brushes .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. ..' .. ..50c to$1.50|!
quented by fishermen on account oft the place and cause of the capture, gether with her crew'and cargo consisting they send them for their ac-: Genuine Florida Sheep Wool Songes .. ? .. .. .25c to2.00;
the abundant and choice fishing. was also recorded the fact that Cap- of 2,000 large fishes. count or by contract to fish snappersin Ruber -Sponges . .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .50c to3.00: -

t t the In,early compliance part of with April these the orders above tain told Giovani how unlawful Malfitano his had conduct been duly was The the Vera 22nd Cruz to left continue Progresso the rccon-againon When waters these of the Mexican gulf. Rose Crystals, per bottle ',' .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. ? ? .50e I

named gunboat commanded by her and also the fact that it had been noiterings and on the 23d in the by contract the expeditions contractor are is made paid Bath Tablets, any odor per box. .. .. ? .. .. .. .. ;.25c We are now sellingHawkes'
f caption Don Manuel Trujillo. went proved to him In a scientific manner ',morning near the rock called "Trian-, $1,000 gold for 6.000 large snappers All kinds of Talcum Powder-our leader perfumed, per box .. :i. .25c
out to sea proceeding to the place In that he was !in Mexican waters. gulo del Oeste" another schooner therefore it !is to the interest of this .
dicated. On the nineteenth in the 'After delivering the Silas Stearnsto fishing In forbidden waters. The last to catch the fishes in the shortest !
I' morning she sighted before the Ala- customs authorities the Vera Cruz schooner never answered\ the salute possible time and with the least ,
cranes reef one schooner which onE put out to sea again in the early made to her by the gunboat and had expenditure. This is why, risking it
noticing her presence, tried to gain hours of the 21st proceeding with all 'to intimidated by; a shot fired all, they go into territorial waters
the high seas. The Vera Cruz cut the with blank .cartridge. She was where Hooton's Pharmaoy
necessary precautions to the reconnoitering the fishing is easier and more
I of her flight, closing in on her hoist of the reefs. At day 'boarded and was found to be the Liz-'I abundant, and this is also why wlth-! i $2.50 Eye Glasses
ed the national flag and her ensign light she sighted', near the same reef [zie B. Adams, an American schoonerof cut scruples they use means strictly
': of warship but received no answer. Alacranes another schooner that was [ 58 tons, without proper papers and forbidden, as is the use of explosives. THE BIRTHPLACE OF PROMPT DELIVERY : v
E After commanding her to stop using bTisy! putting aboard two boats that j belonging to the home port of Calves-1 M Some papers of the American PressIn 1 for
't, signal, prescribed by the internationi she had had in the water. After the ton Texas. She was commanded by, giving the account of the seizure Phone 1100. r ra
\ I i (I!Captain Charles, Spaulding and seven o the ships censure without justice rI
men. the procedure of our authorities and $1.25
It was demonstrated to the captain assures- very emphatically- that--sonic
that he had been surprised at 1,000Leters companies !,
\.I are getting ready to send
Feel RightYou from the reef and in the act ships to continue the fishing in spiteof WE ,ARE NOT SUPERSTITIOUS' ;BUT -
of fishing. He was notified ,that he the difficulty encountered by the ,
: When You Feed Right one was detained with his ship in spite of Stears, the Trafton, and the Ad- WE BELIEVE IN SIGNS. j
always feels the fact that he thought the 'ams. .
& procedure It Is to be desired, if the news W. A. D'AlembeileDruggist
very fit when unjustified: as' he had never ,is confirmed that the captains com- The kind however that we believe in, i$ the,kind that you should be-
s\ the head and been molested during the,manyyearsthat manding the expeditions may be sensible lieve in, as they are the kind that help your business. Let us put you up
I nerves swing along peacefully and with that cer he had been fishing in those persons and may use good an electric sign. :' and Apothecary,
places and on account of various
\ judgement to the Mexican
tain sense of power that Is unmistakable. American fishing companies. After(territorial waters respect and confine themselves PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANYPhone Ill f South, Palafoi Street PensacoSa! Ha
\ But when overwork or anxiety breaks down the the statement provided' by the law I to exercise their industry in
soft gray matter in the brain and had been drawn up, she was delivered the free
nerve cells (anxiety : t seas. If they get too close, 570. >.
will do It quicker than as the two other guilty[they risk trouble that will certainlynot !
overwork) faster than
schooners, to the authorities of the be Warned on the Mexican Morris Dannheisser
the food you have been using replaces It, then to port of Gampechfe to 'be consigned to,eminent All that the Mexican government gov- need have no terrors fpr
save yourself from that horror of darkness, nervous the federal justice. It must be noticed asks is that its laws be respected WASH.DAY if you
that the LizZie' B. Adams was you send your washipg to Bros )
prostration, you must change food, and take on by fishermen from other (Formerly of Dannheisser
captured according to the statementof .
countries. The New Method
some sure rebullder. the captain :the day ,before her Laun4ry,
PHONE 1188 E. W.
That's the mission of return to LAWRENCE. Prop. Nab WEST ROMANAST
Grape-Nuts made of se Galveston as, with the 15- '1

t lected parts of Wheat and Barley containing the 000 pounds'of fish that ,she had in ,..... -y.'tN'-AV. Pure Old Rye & Bourbon.
her bunkers, her expedition. was fin N..V\
natural Phosphate of Potash which combines with ished. A TIMELY DOSE '

albumen lathe' human body and makes the soft I The capture of these ;three ships FLY AND, MOSQUITO SCREENS. Fine Beer
'i. gray filling of the brain and nerve centres. In J was accomplished with .absolute jus of Hostetter' Stomach Bitters maytsave i 1 Wines
making Grape-Nuts the starchy parts of ,the field- t tlce'of the on' "Vera the'part Cruz of the who: commanders although as ypu you notice a long the ton'gue sick spe'l.coated As( app soon- Put in your. ownWe have common size in stock.

". grains are converted into a'form of sugar exactly as they had to act under special In-f|UW poor bad taste in the mouth and i and Tobacco.
In the process of digestion in the-body. So Grape., structions and .follow strict laws t. sleep restless commence taking the Phone 11. H. G. DeILVACO.

Nuts has really passed the first act of digestion and ,crews found! a with way every to treat attention.the detained. i I for Bitters. Neglect is often the cause V.........AAAAAAAAAA......................................AAAAAA............... >AAAAA.A1AyWyWttVt| | ..............V>..,TY..v..... ............ ?:.. .. .. .
many attacks of Biliousness and -
therefore the food is quickly assimilated in ,the. The offense committed t by these. Stomach Troubles. : f fMORPHINACURA OldHicbiiyWhisky
most perfect manner by babe or athlete. ships is,"the one defined and punishedby I
': '. ... ,the; article,,1,725 of the law. of, Hostetter's CREW NOTICEeither .!?
There's Reason. _October:15. 1905. that reformed the the captain own
a ordinance of the war navy.and that i, Stomach Bittershas a. ers" nor consignees of the My Specialty.
read literally as follws:'--it is forbid An Infallible ramtdy for tile cur. of Drug Hibiti of all)kind*. BS Fedtricawill !pe responsible
Sent potpid at 52 pet bottl. uorpi a.Cun i blot pnptmd
den to fish in large scale in the channels proven its merit thousands of. Hypod.rmroorintem.lu.a! Delta Chem.Co-StLouii. for debts Contracted
and territori waters of the ,re- times in cases of Indigestion Dyspepsia by the crew of said vessel. IPIETJS I
GRAPENUT public to ships not belonging to the Costiveness, Biliousness Heartburn For Sale in Pensacola By :iD. ZAK. 12 W. Zarragossa St.

National Merchant Marine' (navy). Bloating or Malaria. Be sure W: H. WHITE & CO. GULF TRA SIT! CO,, Captain.
Druggist 1vi. I
The infractors gill suffer the loss of to try it. Consignees. Pensacola. Fionas.;


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TALKS. unr riw.s- WEEK' Will BE- 'E THE CLIMAX OF .,:,. .


Special Bargain Off erln.

V Says He is in Favor. of Hunt Harris S.

This is the Month of for President of the i t

Roses, Weddings, Senate..' IN' OUR BIG MILIl. ': ; ;

The Jacksonville ,Metropolis of Friday :
and ,
Vacations Travel "
evening says; : ,
The Hon. John S.'Beard, of ,Pensa
: :
Whateverjour aim, our daily cola, is in the city and when seen bya. '
advertisements will give you representative 01 The Metropolis at .
pointers the Windsor this niorning, discussed CLE.ANUP SAiL E
in his usual direct and incisive man- :
Here is the correct dress fore'ery ner the Issues of the day. :1:1I

day and every occasion. Mr. Beard was nominated in the first

primary as state senator from his dis- .
Business Suits as low as $7.50 trict, without 'opposition: and 'in the .- I

Outing Suits. $10 to $25. course ing took of occasion.to his conversation refer. to this the morn-cur- I Embroideries, Etc. Extra The Climax of I: '

Wedding Suits can be had rent report that he."was to,be, a, can Special Bargains .i ,
am price )'ou''wish to spend for didate for president, of the senate at 15c and 19c Embroideries to goat

one. \\he next session." ..: .'. .. .' ',' ,'. . 10c 1 Silk Bargains
I 1 don't know in what fertile brain lOc Etobroldery' 'Headings now I

that story originated" said the favorite only . .. .. . .2%c For 4 Hour I
-- son of old Escambia with a smile 40c Embroideries and Insertlngs, ne only ; 40c White Washable Jap Silks,

"but I do know that the rumor is absolutely now only! :.. . .. .19c i specIal. . .. ... .. ...20c
without' foundation. The The greatest bargains and best assortment : The AlHSilfc Check and Fancy

CTAHDARDW presidency of our state senate should,, of Val and Round Thread : : Louisiene special. .. .' 47c
in my judgment, go, not to a new mem- Laces ever shown in Pensacola. .: Monday MorningThe 9 to 10 o'clock !; $1.00 36-inch Black Taffeta Silk,

. THIESElt her, but to one who has already won S 25c Sheer WCiite' Persian Lawn, ( J :: special. . . . ... ..6S c .
his spurs on the floor of the upper togoat . . . 15c ; 59c and 65c Fancy Louislne Silks, '

house, and who by virtue of his experience 15c Fine White India Linon, to go : special., . .. .. .. .. ... .29c
and ripened wisdom is en- at.-. . . .. . .10c $1.39 Fancy Taffeta and Liberty
75c 10-4 White Sheets
titled to the position." lOc Checked Nainsook special for '5c' very special bargains extra special : Bilks, to go at .'. . .69c
"Who, in your opinion," asked Th lOc White India Linon;sheer and will only be on sale for 1 hour, commencing .. . . . .69c : $1.50 36-inch Taffeta Silks In plain

SAFES SAFES SAFES! SAFES! Metropolis man, "is the man for the finefor. ..'. ., u, .' 5c at 9 o'clock Monday morning: One case of Drummers samplesof or changeable for. . 93o
Buy Diebold Safes. place?" 19c Cannon Cloth, linen finish, 1 Dresser Scarfs and CenterPieces : 19-inch Black Radium Silk, 85c togo

Scarritt Moreno, Agent. "Hunt Harris, of Key West, without skirting. special . . .12c 1- lot of Ladies' $18.00 All Silk Taffeta ; worth 25c and 39c, to goat j now at . . . ..550i
15c White Pique, extra quality, i 75c Faille Brilliant Silks, all ooi-
doubt. The reply] ame without hes- Suits, beautifully. made for . . . . .. 19c
!. itallon, and Mr. Beard, continuing, special . . .- . .9 e '. ; ors, from the Clean up Sale to
spoke with an ,earnestness that left. .no 15c and 18c Printed Lawns and / 'one\ \,hour only. . .; .$11.90 8c and lOc Embroidered Turn-Over 1 go at. . . .. .. ..42c

\White Barber doubt as to his sincerity. 'Batiste, going now at 9tc ,1 jot of $15.00 Taffeta Silk Suits, I Collars}] for . . . .. .37fe: > 60c and 75c all Silk Taffetas, all

Shop, "I know of no man in the state better Our entire White Goods stock to be new styles, for one hour only. .$7.90( I 75c Center Pieces and Side B ard. colors, now only . . 45c !

qualified' to ,wield .the gavel' 'during reduced and put out on special' ',bar-.. ,;t Scarfs for. . .. ;. .-. ..39c : 65c Washable Jap Silks in dainty
The white 'barbers, formerly of 35') the next session of the 'state senate gala counter for Monday. 50 'dozen Ladies'' and Misses' Ready- ;' and hair stripes, to go at .. .. '..39o
S, Palafox St., are now located at No. than W. Hunt Harris. He has experience 75c Nottingham Lace Curtains'togo 60c Jap and China Silks, all colors,

S E. Government St., next to WfesteruT'nion. 'courage, address., and is.an accomplished The Climax" of Waist. to-Wear Hats just received, to at per pair t. 00 00 45c i choice for . . .. .. ..34c
: parliamentarian. If I remember and Suit BargainsWAISTS I 90 on sale for one hour at. ...69c $2.00 Cambric and Muslin Gowns i, 40c Taffetine Silks to go at.. ... 19c

p_ __ ____ _. aright," continued Mr. Beard, from the big.clean up sale Ladies' SOc Lace Lisle Hose, choice and Skirts to go at . . .$1.39 ,
"he first served in the lower house in I
COTTRELL in. the sessions of 1895 and 1897. In of J. P. Bowman & Sons. waist manu- patterns in black OP-white to go 10 yards stout Bleached! Domesticfor .

1899 he facturers. .. .. . . .. ,. ... .48c !
was to the senate
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. promoted per pair ..35cMen's I: Ladies' lOc Bleached UndervestsLadies'
75c FineWhite Lawn Waists well
and his 50c Hammock Pillows .. '
next term will be his third. to go at. .250
Pensacola. Fla.WATCHESANDCU "I for made for . . . 45c 124c full seamless Socks to I if
am first, last and all toe : 8c Dress Ginghams and Cham- f lOc Bleached Undervests,
---'-- .. time and you may rest assured," concluded $1.50 Extra Fine White Lawn go 3 pair .25c special for 1 hour, each.. .. .7c
Waists, newest styles and handsomely breys, for . . . 5c
GL cS the Escaaibia county senator, Men's lOc White Handkerchiefs, J lSc Swiss Ribbed Vests, special,
"that If Hunt made and trimmed for. .95e lOc Percales 36-inches wide, to goat .. . .
Something Swell In C 4.J elry.W. Harris gets no other : 3 for .. .. .25c
: .' '!" tote for president of the senate hewil1 $1.69 and $1.75 White'Lawn Waists! special ..7cllen's . . . ... .. .7c :Men's 12&c Seamless Socks to go
A. Giil'i--" 8 S. P "
get John Beard's as longas he lan beautifully made to go at. .$1.10 7c White Handkerchiefs, 10 yards good, stout Sheeting Domestic ; 3 pairs for. .. .. .. ..25c
the race. And I want it distinctly $2.50 and $2.75 Fine White Lawn special .4c for . .. .. 47c : Globe $1.00 Corsets to 'go Monday
TUR1ON BEL understood that I am not, never have Waists, exquisitely made andtrimmed Mf 1's White All-Linen Hemstitchd i for. . . . . ..45c
been for . .. ,. .$1.89 10 yards fine Bleached 12c Berkely i
PHOTOGRAPHERS i, i and never expect to be a candidate ; Special bargains in fine Lace Hosiery
Kodak Supplies.' Flnlshiat! : faAmatjjri.: I i: for thafpositlon! for the legisla- ...Some, rare bargains in Fine White 'f' Handkerchiefs, 20c value togo Cambric for ,. .. .. .98c j for Monday.
tive session of 1907." Lawn and Batiste Waists, all latest >- .12' c $1.50 White Lawn Waists to go at 95c _
' ---' styles in short or long sleeves at $3.15, 14c Bleached Pillow Cases. torn $1.50 White or Fancy Duck Skirtsto !! $1.00 WWte Damasfc Naspkins, per

R, K. WHITE, ;'elerinll'Graduate,.. I LONGWORTHS SAILED $3: 85, $4.60 and $5.85. and hemmed, special. '. .10c go at . .. .'. .95e i! dozen for . .. . .. age .
.htchmaktrManufacturlng i Every Waist in stock will be mark 85 ;t $1.50 White Damask Napkins, per
: FOR ENGLAND 10-4 White Bed Spreads.going
C !Mcln.: 30 S. Palafox Street. Pensacola. Fla. YESTERDAY ed down for this bfg clean up sale. 10 yards fine White India Linon : dozen for . . . .$1.19 FI I
$1.69 White Pique or Linen Skirts now for.59c15c 75c Umbrellas' to go at. . 00. .39c .: 75c German Damask Napkins to go '

By Associated Press $12.50 Taffeta Silk Suits for.. .$2.95 : White Turkish Towels, extra ';'c Umbrellas to go at. 00' .39c ; for . . . .. 59c

Tersely Told New York, June Representative 52S.OO Taffeta Silk Suits: . .$12.50 ,, ,''R pod for. .. ....,...', ,., .ttJlS :$X19Umirallas.togo! at . 85c See special Bargain Table of fine
and Mrs. Nicholas Lonworth sailed $5.00 White Lawn'Suits;to go now J t White Bed- $1.25"Umbrellas 1 (White Swiss, Lace Swiss, Madras -
for England on the steadier St. Louis for . . . .. 52.95 $2.00 Extra 10-4 to go at. 00 95c ; Dimity and several other
today.; $7.50 White Lawn Suits, a great Spreads to go .$1.39 $2.00 Umbrellas to go at . .$1.49 i styles, In finest 20c and 2l'JC'al-

Or: Jlarory Kennedy has returned I __ .. ___ __ _. ._ ___,__ bargain for . . . .$4.SO ____59 10-4 White Sheets, to go at. .45c -$1.25 -Hammocks to go at . 89c -! ues spec'al! . . 15o
from New Orleans. : U

The numerous friends of J. M.Pfieffer : "First Aid" to the

will be pleased to learn that Bowels
te i IP greatly improved. -

There will be a meeting of the Library .
Assocation! Tuesday evening,. Heartburn, Sour I T. H. LAIIVON&CO2

June 5. at 5:30: o'clock. 'WHEN Headache, Bad

The maximum temperature yesterf3 coated Tongue, ,
was 85 degrees at 11 a. m., and I of Stomach, Gas
Ttt minimum 69 degrees at 5:30: a. m.'lor any of these forerunners of Indigestion ,

JoSin C. Daw, Jr., who will graduate appear Old Dr. Cascaret'wants to be right I .. ,
mi year from the Awburn School of on the spot in your pocket. A:' ;"' .. ', '"tH'i& ;:' 7
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Pharmacy has I .: 't ... .",JZ: w J.M.:.:' ... .H- ---- p---------
taken a position at::1| Dr. Cascaret guarantees to cure the
Ihoton's Pharmacy for the vacation moSt .
: obstinate cases of Constipation and -- -- ----- -----

season. j|Indigestion, without discomfort or incon- ing the figures which will be given I children are delighted with his Mr. Richard Gilmore went to Roberts '
Walter Holmes Johnston. of Lake-j venience. for the season wiich has just closed. stories. Thursday evening to witness the

w TV avenue, well known among the I His medicine does not gripe nor UI Si lifE SAVING The disasters are as follows: Aug. BLUFf SPRINGS I IS Mr. Whiting Hyer. of Pensacola school exercises. .' -
younger set. has gone to Denver, Colt) purge 9, 1904, at Galveston, schooner Katie : was up one (.'ay this week on business Misses Annie Cameron ana1 Mary aI
and from there will join his brother but exercises naturally the muscles that Cook capsized, life savers picked up I connected with the gravel company., Lee McDavid entertained Thursday:

f'lo is a mining engineer in Wyom-i,line the walls of the Intestines and Bowels. crew; Sept. 16, 1901, Aransas Pass, I Mrs. J. T. Fillingim hasbeen; quite night for their teacher, Miss Nipr.
ins American barge parted cable; Oct. 14, eclal to The Journal. ill but is now oonvalescen Miss Mary Wiggins has returned ,

In the account of the death cf Ben j I, Want of Exercise weakens and relaxes STATIONS T N Nl 1904, Galveston, ship (no name) capsized Bluff Springs, June 2.-School! Mr. Jas. Walker and family} will gu from an extended visit with friend
to Brewton in a few days where they Garland Ala. nuch to the
D one-half mile from station, crew closed] here Thursday and the children : at deligh:
Beers. The Journal the Bowel-Muscles
inadvertantly It weakens '
just as will res d!!. :j of her friends here.THE .
rescued: ; Oct. 17, 1904 Galveston, are grlaa' vacation has come. "
omitted from the list of surviving re1athes !-- Arm and Leg muscles. Mrs. Douglas is In Pensacola: visit -

''bf-: tie wife and little daughter of j Old Dr. Cascaret goes directly after American sprang leak schooner and foundered Lewis on Pelican Moore I principal Misg Elsie of school Nipe No.who 9 left has Fridayto been I ing her son Mr. Tom Dou lag. ORIGINAL.
dceased. During the absence of I Mr. and Mrs. Roland \l David ;:nd Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
Mr fleer Mrs. these Bowel-Muscles. He wakes them up CLOSED l E EWent crew saved; Oct. 26, 1904, Aransas visit friends Muscogee and Pea-
Beers and little
daugh- two sweet little boys, of i i P nsicola: Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
Pass, schooner Lone Star struck I Ibreakwater sacola before returning to her
"i were staying at the home of her Just as a cold bath would wake up a lazy I are visiting Mr. and Mrs.! D. F. Mc- remedy, and on account of the great
Nov. 2 1904 Saluria DeFuniak.
.. ;
brother '
Wm. R Johnson, and it was'person. : : David. merits and popularity of Foley'gHoney t
Texas American schooner Flower of Mrs. Seale will leave in a few days
at the latter's. house that the funeral i ioccurred. : Then he works them ,((through! the France, weatherbound in harbor; I for her home in Santa Rosa county.Mr. Mrs. Jennings has returned to her and Tar many imitations are

i I nerves) till they get so trong from that Nov. 29, 1904, Velasco sloop Ludlow I and Mrs. Stubbs of Pollard: tome in Pensacola after ;[a visit to offered for the genuine. These
Out of Commission
The last of for Two I Ala. visiting their sister .Mrs. her daughter Mrs. Jake Gilmore. worthless imitations have similar
meeting Magnolia Tem{Exercise that they don't need any more capsized; Dec. 3, 1904, San Luis, are t.
!>'1- No. 4 Dinne. :Mrs. Ed. McCaskill, of Nora, was sounding names. Beware of them.
Rathbone Sisters was at- launch Admiral Sehley \broke engine; "
'ended by a number of members and. help' to do their duty. Months on May 31-Record of 6, 1904 Galveston, launch Abby,Itec. j I Mrs. Chas. Taylor and little daughter over on Thursday afternbon shop The genuine Foley's: Honey and Tar

athuslasm prevailed. Addresses I I I broke engine; Dec. 15, 1904, Galveston -. of Foshee, Ala., came down Wed- ping. :1 is in a yellow package. Ask for it
*Pre delivered to the sisters by visit-:I' Heavy dinners, late, suppers! whiskey, Past Season in this District launch Admiral Schley stranded''nesday to spend a few days with her Mr. A. J. Cowart received a telegram and refuse ;any substitute. It is the I

:a? Knights of Pythias. The nercepfng \;,wine or beer drinking,'nervous excitement, on. jtty! ; Dec. 20, 1904, Saluria, boat mother Mrs. R. Rathwell. Thursday evening Announcing !test remedy for coughs and colds.
of the order will i I Rev. Mr. Bicknell, of Pensacola,I the death of his son-in-law! Mr. Price W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist and
\ take place .,sudden exposure to. cold or heat and a dozen no name, tide bound; Dec. 26, 1904,1 ; ,
of Milton.
Jernlgan apothecary.
"daesday visited our school on Monday The
evening ,
when the annual:;i other everyday'likelihooda tire the'BoYelIt f I Brazos, American schooner Cleopatra I .
wtion: of officers will take place. i At midnight May 31 the season of while putting cargo on Manteo part-' .__ ._
--------- -- -
I It Muscles.In the United States lifesaving serviceceased I:]i ed cables and went ashore; Dec 28,1'i ._...._---...- : n ...- -=- ..,. =, ._ ... ..
such cases a little Cascaret in time for two months. The stations -= ---H --- ------- .
Cheapest as well as the best-Blue iSaluria, skiff, no naue, capsized; Jan.
I H-.con Lemon and Vanilla. Abso- Is worth fifty dollars worth of. Treatment from Maine to the Rio Grande wett:I 1, 1305) Brazes Manteo, require

's'ply pure. Goes twice as far and later on, to say nothing, of the suffering out of commission for that brief period sounding; Jan. 5, Saluria, American )
fe5; deserts the "Blue Ritibon: Fla- discomfort, loss of Business, Energy, and arid the men of the stations were relieved -I,schooner Box, storm bound and run- WONDER GASOLINE ENGINES
tel," j I from regular duty, except: that! ning out of provisions; Jan. 12 Galveston ,
iG. 1 I Social
loss of Sunshine
.. saves. in emergency they are sworn to aid I I launch Zillah. engine disabled; .' "
I I in the protection of lives and ships! Jan. 13. Aransas, Clarke off tank THE ENGINE OF FEW PARTS
B. Burnhan Testifies After Four I Little thin enamel Cascaret Box, half wherever they may be when such dutyis sprung leak; Jan. 13, Galvieston sloop : :

,Years. ,I as thick as your watch. round-cornered demanded. Abbie stranded; Feb. 3, San Luis, Brit
i' The Wonder is the
William A. Hute&ings' the Simplest
''s'mooth-edged. Capt. of ish steamer Amazonense stranded
G) B. Burhans; of Carlisle] Center and ,shaped so you don'tnotice ;
ninth Texas district reports that the Feb. 8, San Luis and Velasco,
Y., writes( About four years its presence in your purse or vest- : Mallory Engine on Earth and is suitable forFarnj
service under his jurisdiction: is in steamer Nueces, carrying 52 I
I'o passengers
I wrote
been entirely) you cured stating that I had pocket 'fine working shape and while the valUe stranded on beach; March 31, Residence Factory Shop and every ,
a severe kid-, Contains "six Candy' tablets-Price Ten of vessels involved for the past I Ada
j Brazos schooner ashore April
f\ ;
trouble by taking less than two '- -I---t place*where Efficient Reliable
bottles of Foley's Cents a Box at any Druggist's. season has been quite heavy, but ono 5, Galveston, American schooner Flower x_ an Power
a'rejy stopped the brick dust Cure sedl-l It j Be sure yo get the genuine. made only! vessel was lost, and no lives. Approximately of France stranded; April 5, Braz t is required*
>; the figures- computed by os, barge Hanna parted cable J May 14, -
eat. and pain and the Sterling Company, and -1'I
symptoms of
s'''' disease Capt. Hutchlngs, from July 1, 1905. }up I Aransas, U. S. tender Magnolia, 'request : Stationary Engines 11'2 to 24 Horsepower
disappeared. .
I am glad never sold In bulk. Every tablet stamped
to May 31, follows: Number
are as bar t
b say that I have to be piloted over ; May 29, I
of, any of those never lad a return "CCc." lof disasters, 45; number of vessels' to I,Belasco, barge Owl carried into lake .. also Lighting, Sawing and Pump

UUr years that have symptoms during the tally lost, 1; persons involved, 170; !by river current; June 24. Galveston, '- '
elapsed and I am I : Ing Outfits
"idently persons lost, nonepersons succoredat fiatboat (no name) adrift; June 28, -
cured :
stay -
=fartily FREE TO OUR READERSIt stations 17: number of days' sue- Ssluria, yacht (no name), difficulty in : Before
recommend Foley's t buying engine it will
CUre: to cor afforded 25; value of property in getting into harbor; July 5, Velasco, your pay I
any one has been arranged to mail free a
suffering from kid-
tpor bladder trouble. For sale "beautiful little French-designed GOLD- volved, near $1,000,000; value of property aid to injured. A young lady bitten $_ :, you t9 investigate the Wonder, Catalogue
by PLATED trinket box hard-enameled in saved, almost $1,000,000; v&'u*; by rattlesnake was saved by the keeper J
Lt' 'D'-\2mberte; druggist and]!pretty colors, a handsome ornament, of property lost, $9780. "-: free for the asking. -
'pothecary.)( most liberal offer ever made, a.ndwe I of the station the arm and : .
x /0' want every Deader to have one. Ten The government's report 'for the: : sucking poisoned bood: from veins. -. '--i_ -I--
cents in stamps is asked as a measureof ninth district from July 1, 1904: to I ;
JUST RECEIVED 100 GENUINE carets good with faith which and to tUk cover dainty cost of box Cas.is June 30. ISOS! has been published dat- : ,: ED. B. BANKS -
'IMPORTED loaded. &, s. ed for the year 1906. Vessels Involved GENUINE IMPORTED PANAMA .. _- .
HATS AT THE Send today, be gore-to mention this In this district and the service of HATS : CLOTHING'ISTORE'$3.50 -t-, r--' _- Telephone; 1377 Pensacola, Florida ..
J & o. CLOTHING STO.REi $3.50 paper and write your address plainly. :| AT THE M. &. 0. .
Address Remedy Company, the life savin'g crews. attending ,those: MHE WONDER '1-2 Horse Power Stationary ;._ ,
-'ORTH Sterling _ _ _ _
$5.00. I ,.
Chicago or or.New ,York. 73ft vessels is given as a ground for. bas-' WORTH $5.00. --- -- ----E!, r-_ 1tI
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PAGE FOUR .________. _, __,. ____
L-- ,- 7'0 -t,," ,,,; J" '.. ,. _, '. ',' ,,,c : ,' "- '' 'r f ,<;;" ;t "
I IJ. 'J- c' {rii .-it hi )his Attempt; to '
{:to dd :
Bayou Chico i 1%' miles;. Bayou ChIc 1 Democratic voteVsHs' to the: *ticket of candidates Tr'polItfcaK Legal I AdverlisementsATTACHMENT
to the
t: to Bayou Grande bridge, 3% miles; they wish to vote for Is to be paid; by should be.. effected exactly as out his promise.that,platform, and
him on
J. ttoIa jon,",, Bayou Grande bridge over- naval andmilitary expanses the state,of why ascertaining should it not the pay wishes the election of candidates to office elected had failed to' make ;in effort .. NOTICE is NOTICE

i .reservations past National general public is effected. It loud-mouthed patriots would hereby given of ,Ihe i I lu
of 'other \ not Democrats stitution '
citizens of
who are 1 1I an attachment
at.y rutI J LIr' nfl -r I Cemetery to'Fort Barrancas.: miles; : The _lawr i cognizes at least I fore'- believes that the state assailed him 'on that ine. Jest Jacob Lapps, against Frank Lewjl -y

total 7 miles; Under the bill reported, two other part! among the citizensof !,bear The expense of the prmary: Wiestville" Adverttlseri the: County Judge's Court of Escanih]

DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. the government proposes to build only -'Florida. :T erfefore, the above I t tion' just as 'it bears the Editor" -:' i i' County Florida. And the said; S

: the two miles' between Bayou Grande questions are' pertinent. The ,state!i the general election. Happy.,Journaleditor is dant and all other persons interest
MONDAY Pensacola
to ; the expensesof .
pay are required to
and Fort Barrancas. one class 'only of its citizens, at the This idea is not based on as evidenced by the; following: appear to the ac; .;.

..BY... Th-3 governuent has already rec I expense of taxpayers who may happento eration for the candidate alone that excellent paper o(; last Sun the on Blount the 2nd& Blount day of Attorneys July, A. D. 190 pL:;
run n& for
need for this road differ in political opinions with-the 'Ihe. mullet are ,
the by chiefly because such a system tiff.
THE JOURNAL COMPANY.ognized breezes are 20mayoaw
favored class. The 'courts would declare are bitingGait 4
the of building a
I way, any such unconstitu- able-us to secure more definitely 'and the glories of Summer in
-u1Jwrtru-L ruu--WuuwLn.r'JflarflJf Ut J.J W fLf 1 W W portion of macadam -road and building provision Sun. ADMINISTRATOR'S
tional. Und'er the primary law any fairly a true expression of the are here.-Gainesvtl1e NOTICE
I I Estate of E.
j FRANK L. MAYES, President end G niral Manager. an expensive bridge. across party can hold a primary elect on. lar will deceased
Bayou Grande. It "Is either 'a On 'Duty. | legatees! distributees aiall
now The .suggestlons.' thrown out by bur And when we are able'th observes persons having claims or dernanis
Journal i
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. question completing the road or of; contemporary and"'evidently intended our political system what a: the Pensacola weather man should take: a.. against this estate are required .n

,. losing the. work and. money already I in opposition to ..the. proposed chanEe'whereby of the people honestly desire .. He evidently has!been cak present them to me within two yea:,
')W -rfljJ.t nJ-LrvLrW-- from this date.
expanded on it. the staleivril' bear the expense and entrus.- Frank Gas: I shall be very close to ths one for a week or so i ai
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Jf the committee feels that it is not I'' of the primaries are Illogicalfor popular government. ..' the weather factory fa appren- oawSw.ministrator. Hay 6. 1906. :

One year.S 00 One Month........ ....... .. 45 advisable at this time to report, an. two reasons- \ : .-, iJacksciiville) Times- nion. I

Six Months... ...... ..... .. 2 50 One W*ek.............. .. 10 appropriation for the completion of I Frst; because it assumes that if In Escambia County CircuIt: '
Three Months.... .. ..:..... 1 25 Weekly Edition per year..$! OC the entire then trust that' the Florida Has a Millionaire Will Fill the Billj State of Florida. ((1urt,
project, we I state decides to pay the expenseof ;; will never be; satisfied In Chancery Lii-

it will at least report a bill providl conducting a primary election it it has a candidate foi! governor zie Peak Anderson vs. Charles A. \%.
United States Senate
The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which 'a Detailed for the completion of that part of must' also pay: : Jhe-.expense of hold the the Journal says that T. A. Jen derson. On Monday, tile 6th rlay of

Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. the road lying on government land. ing a convention. In a recent article by Ira E. of that city will fill jthe bill if August, A. D., 1906/ the defea an-
Charles A.
to run.--Live Oak Anderson is required ri;
be induced \
$J'L_ _ W_ $ _ _ without imposing on the city, county, 'Sacond, because it assumes that I nett on "the "Millionaires 'of appear to the bill filed against !h i

or State the practically prohibitive there is a disposition to have the United States Senate," some ; herein. This order to be puhix-u'i:

Offle.., 10 and 110 I Paptra on Saleon Train condition referred to above. teresting figures are given, and once each week for eight
East'' I state pay the primary election expenses I Out of Business. ; j ((81 consul-

Government. ___I and at all News Stands. But in any event-some part of the, of the Democratic party alone, the list of millionaires named Pensacola Journal \seems to live weeks in The Pensacola .JOu*nI'

-Jwit -'J'--fu--J-I-----J-- -.----a'----L--I----. J road should be clIDDleted.and the to the exclusion all other parties. pears that Florida has the: put Bro. Choate's PreSs Bureau a newspaper published in said ESCUT'bia :

Bayou Grande bridge should be repaired The: Times-Union is wrong in the tion of having one of them, uncomfortable in a hole by questions.asking some We I Circuit County.Court A.By:r.L.McMillan G. Aymard nP-'K; b.

FENSAOOUA: FLORIDA. SUNDAY MORNING. JUNE 3. 1906 without delay, and we trust first place because there is no connection James P. Taliaferro, to her about two installments from C. Pensacola, Fla., May 25. i\v\ ;.
_ n_______+_u.._ T ____ ....::11 1-_ \1_ The list'is follows the Seal
ilx1vteuL4uv: iaawai win ue auie uu whatever between a primaryand whole as : bureau, which we placted in ( ) 27ma.oawSw;

1 Th impress that fact on his colleagues in con\'ention'"at\ least so far as .Wailiam. .A. .dark! (Jf on.) box. We don't hav? enough
Road Bill .
Abutting* ?Property ers .-Military the house. The bill in Its presentIs the law is concerned. The convention -S. B. Elkins (W. Va.) ... for our own ideas an$ opinions, NOTICE.IS .
Russell\ A. Alger(Mich) .. alone using 'it for- those: of paid HEREBY GIVEN to all :r-p\\-.s:
Should: Help Pay for Not Satisfactory form is not satisfactory and will be : has been discredited and aminodoned John F. Dryden (N. J.) and get not a cent of the interested that B. R. PITT ha> n'n1:

of no benefit cither to 'the government by one' party in the state and Nelson W. Aldrich (R. I.) and besides we wouldn't do it in.the office of the Clerk of the Orcuit -
The military road bill
Sewerage System. as reported
or to Pensacola. the primary has taken its place. In John Kean (N. J.) '". .. pay.HWestville Advertiser.: Court of Escambia Count: F;>-
The time draws near when some to the house providing for the con- I Ida, a statement that he claims
.. view of the advantages: of the pri.Redfield. Proctor (Ver.). to
definite work for the construction of struction of a government road from P. C. Knox (P nn.). .. Cleaning Up. : own the following described prcpr'ctowit
of the I
Pensacola's sewerage system will begin Fort Brrancas past the National mary and the general desire C. M. Depew (N. Y.) . is now' "cleaning up." :
Should the State
have Cemetery and across the militaryand Pay people for having it conducted fairly F. G. Newlands: (Nev.) hereespecialY! when it comes Beginnng at a point on th-,> Xnnh,!
but yet no measures
as and honestly, the state has already G. P. Wetmore (R. I.) up certain political can- line of Romana Street eigbtv.hre;
the cost naval reservations in the direction the Expense of a Political
been provided for prorating (83) feet and nine (9) inches '
passed a law providing how .,it shall! M. G. Bulkeley (Conn.).. .-Tampa Tribune. ; Ear 0
of this system between the city of Pensacola on condition that ? 6e C, W. .Fairbanks (Ind.). ; : I the Southeast corner of Lot Twem-
conPrImary held. But ingoing this, it was :
proper and the property owners who either the city, county, or state H. M. Teller (Col.! ) .'. .' of Pensacola. \ seven (27), in Block Four '4i, O'j;i

will be directly benefited by it. struct the balance of the road to the Anent the subject; of the future political not necessary, noj,Aid i the state enact,:: W. M. Crane ('Mass.) .. ; visit to Pensacola on; last Mon City; thence running East along ;ae

As it will be impossible with the city, Is not satisfactory. primaries being held at the any law 'g&, rnlng' the' conduct of a,|;I; Eugene Hale (Maine). was the first snce: list Febru North two (82)line) feet of Romana and six strr-t((6;> inches eigin-

political convention. Tie latter is T. M. Patterson; (Colo.). and we were surprised at the ;
for to Either the road between Fort expense of the state we find the folBarrancas thence North, at right angles
at its command the city to
money G. C. Perkins (Cal.) .. .... along several lines, that is
separate and distinct and has no connection Bomana Street two
and Pemsacola is military in the Jacksonville Times- hundred
lowing aal; !
furnlsa free even if it were a .. and )
sewerage BJount
F. E. Warren (Wyo.) made. The new
desirable to do so, for everyone : necessity or it is not one. If it Union: whatever.11'-with the primary or Levi Ankeny (Wash.)...-. buildings are being rapidly lei forty to ((240)Romana) feet Street; thence West para:
within the city limits a plan shouldbe is not.one, then there Is no .occasion It is said that an effort will be with i the law whicK governs R. Therefore -'I' Nathan B. Scott (W. Va.). ted. and when completed< will feet, six inches; thence South ts;.it j\t
made to have the state the expenses it is possible 'and constitutional'to Arthur P. Gorman (!Md.) aspect of
settled upon by which the cost can for building any of it. If it is one pay I to the metropolitan right angles, two hundred and orr.-
then the government should build the of future primaries held in I legislate on one subject without\j. B. Foraker ((0.)..... . street. The Plaza, is beng: (240) feet, to point of beginning on
be equitably prorated among the Florida, on the ground that the expenses | H. C. Lodge (Mass.) ... by the addition 0* nahnetto Romana
Street being
touching on the other at all. j I I portions of
property owners-the latter to bear whole road without imposing any under the present system are I Thomas C. Platt (N. Y.). I thereto and a general air of Lots Twenty-two Twenty-eight i 2S i

such share of the cost: as the increased conditions of assistance on the part: so great as. to debar the poor mao The Times-Union< .is wrong in the,,|, Jos. W.: Bailey (Tex.) ., pervades the deep water and Twenty-nine (29)). Block Four

valuation of their property of the city, county, or state. from presenting himself as a candi second place in assuming that any:I| W. B. Allison (Iowa). ". I Everybody, even thE defeated I (4)). Donelson Tract City of Pensa

'thereby may justify.It The distance from the government date. (But if the state is to pay the intelligent advocate of a law providing .,'Samuel H. Piles (Wash.) seem happy and content- cola, Florida, according to map of

is obvious that connection with building in the city to Fort Barrancas expenses of the primary, why not for the payment of primary I G. S. Nixon (Nev.) . Verily Pensacola is a pleasant aid City copyrighted by Thomas C.
also pay thoso of any political nominating James B. McfCreary (Ky.) to visit and no dou' t, to live Watson in 1884. '
; a sewer system will greatly increase is practically seven miles, divided as convention as well? If the ekction' expenses by the state con ..1.P.. Taliaferro (Fla.). lO : tWestville Advertiser. j; And he dfesires to take th(' t\t--1;

the value of the property thus con follows: within the city limits to expense of ascertaining the wishes of templates confining.. provisions of J. H. Millard (Neb.) ... ,. mony of Mrs. Mercy Hargis Dr. F G.

nected. It Is equally obvious that that law to one party alone. Thei i A. J. Hopkins ((111.). .'.. .. Called For. Renshaw J. S. Roberts, W. F. Lee,

present primary election law does! T. S. Martin (Va.) .,. :Milton Index claims! that T. A., and himself, for the purpose of show
inch should help bear the I
property A WORD WITH THE MAYOR THE BOARD OF Boies Penrose (Penn.) .-. Florida
not recognize wouM make an ex ing that he and those undr whom
burden of cost in the constructionof any party.Under I II Red Smoot (Utah) .. .. governor. Who will second tae he claims title have,been in poss?-

such system. All property in the PUBLIC, WORKS, AND THE CITY COUNCIL. : that law-any party can take ?Apalachicola T1m' s. sion of the said property ab-( : tl> :to

city cannot be thus benefited. and' it t I advantage of thej::| law's provisions! j I $ all the world for more thanurny

would be manifestly unfair I to' com Some time ago, for reasons which were obvious, The Journal, voicing and hold a primary, although, thus. :: .From this it appears that 3j>'" the Pistol| Toter. ((20) years, and will make appiica on
pel the owners of property that receives the practically unanimous sentiment of the city called upon the .board of far only one party'Ls done# 't so/ i' I bets or nearly' one-half of the Pensacola Journal ha? taken up at the said office on the 27th Jay of

no benefit from the system to public works and the two would-be street superintendents to resign. If the state decides to enact a law membership, which is SO, are hatchet against the irrepressible June such 1906, for a commission 10 lake
l toter, and itIs much to be
help pay' for the privileges "'bich'their This call-was not based upon any charges of incompetence' malfeas- providing that 4hexpenges of holding aires, and it is. likely. ,. that its laudable exeitions will testimony.A.. M. Mc llLL.-\ .

more fortunate neighbors en- ance, misfeasance or other actual l or a11eg d Irregularity in connection with 'r:1Ib.ry: election 'shall be paid the others!! 'arevery ric&"men. hatch out some; effective Clerk Cir. Ct.Escambia Co., Fiorxa.: :

i the official conduct of the gentlemen referred to, but simply on the 'fact by the state, the: .bnly possible way,upper branch of'our national .! duty.'f for the cryin'g evij.; -Tampa By L. G. AYMARD, -D. C.
Joy.There are numerous ways thy which that the apparent dissension and personal feeling which existed in,, that that It could-legislate on the subjectof I r has evidently been rightly ;

branch of the city government made the accomplishment of work to political all in onne&l!f-The r Millionaires' Club' but it .. .. .... .
this cost may be adequately distrib-- proper paJieat 1I ;, ,.... ...."".. ,.'!>..... ::J..":!"kJ>>.;.(a '\> SALE.
t" 't"
I'I. <'t'R <'t"<'t' <'t' ;:<'t' <'t'<'t' "''i''<'t' .
uted. Under one plan the city might be done, and the prope'r protection of the city's interests. impossible while,.I ticn withthaWaV ntoald -be:, to define -be: a matter of surprise to : By virtue of an execution issued o
lay allot the main .sewers paying such a condition prevailed. what shall, in the intenton: of -the to .learn that one of their VALUE : 'f of the Escambia County Circuit Co ;
wherein Marine Grocery Co. are '
the entire cost of same, and compelthe Since. then, the two street superintendents. have been disposed, of and law, constitute a! political party. The a millionaire himself. OF FISH AND MEAT.; 1 tiffs and B. G. Caro is defendarr p.j -I

of the members of the board of works has resigned but the old embroilment state might provide that i
property owners to pay the cost one any party Jacksonville Times-Union have levied upon and will sell at j r >

of all of the lateral sewers. Under now extends to the city council as well as the board of publc: which cast a certain number of votesat The Journal had hOPEd;! that lic outcry to the highest bidder pr

this! plan the cost of the sewerage works, and the mayor the council, and the board are all engaged in a the last general' election should be culation for May would touch th if'1l cash in front of the County r..i't
House door in the City of Pmac'ia,
system would be borne by the abut. petty, childish controversy that has disgusted the whole mmunity.The : entitled to the privileges of the primary 000 mark but it did not. On the -
on Monday, the 2nd day of Jul> \ D,
ting property directly benefited by It, same reasons which made the resignations of theboard' of public works election law but it could not I trary it dropped down a little does lack not of follow value.that A Cheapness German 1306, during the legal hours ofa's

and the property not directly benefited and the street superintendents desirable would now apply with equal forceto discriminate against any particular I its circulation in April. and practical chemist has the following described propery '0-

would bear its proportion only of the.mayor and the city council were it not for two facts -first, they are party. I I Tie Journal's circulation the comparative: nutri- wit: One (1) share! of the Pn-a'3)

the cost of the main sewers, with elective instead of appointive officers and it would not be so easy to get The Journal believes that the primary I whether It goes up or down-It value of fish and meat! ;;with both Bar Pilots Association being 1-2'"h' : : i-:,
I terest of the of said J '>: oj:
stock as: :;
which It could secure connection new ones in the present case as it would have been in the former one; election should be hedged about I I ways frankly and openly: stated and animals differing for subjects somewhat, and, J. C. Van Pelt Sheriff of E' 'Ilo; 'Ja

whenever it was ready to pay for I and second, the people are satisfied that the present mayor and council are with all the securities to both people advertisers know every month are that of though equal value as a whole County, Florida. 3junea\i4if!

I same: or whenever the city compelled capable of rising to both the dignity and the emergencies of.their positionsIf and candidates that the general election what they are gettin'g for contrary to the genferal opln.

might 't Numerous of do and possesses-that the nomination! money. in this country. As much muscu SHERIFF'S SALE.
It, as the case >e. they only once come to a realizing sense what they ought to
and brain work can be] done on By virtue of an execution issue oni
plans probably can be su'ggested fora what is expected of them. fnuri
of fish as on a pound of of the Escambia County Circuit (
.proper prorating of the cost, and Some of the recent performances of the mayor, the board, and the council I ; +. c..<+:...:..v.<...:...:...:...:-g: +]t+ .:...-a-- and it may well bg that we wherein J. J. Hootoa and A. V c:lln' *.

we mention this one simply as a suggestion have not only disgusted the public, but they have made those responsible I held the contrary opinion maIn. are plaintiffs and Frank Sutor i u ""

to secure a general discussionof for them a laughing stock amon' the people at large. In fact, the Said of Pensacola I! our length of coast line, fendant, I have levied upon and! w ;
have sell at public outcry to the hz'r'! -
he matter by the property ownersof whole has the of hair at feat: rivers and lakss.
pulling old maid'squiltingbee
( thing more appearance a an r ." :
for cash in
fish cheaper and so! worked!' front of (the -
the city.Neither than anything else which: suggests itself. I and Pensacollans Ii our idea that money set the Court House door in the CiIIi> "'

the city charter nor the There; is now but one thing to do- on every commodity. : sacoa: on Monday the 2n'l 'if-\ '

bonding act seems to contain any CUT IT OUT. ( the report has yeti another July, A. D., 1906, during I th- .:al
,4w.4.4E+:'4c+: .<.:+*:ot<" '
.:+ (4+. to It notes the :efforts of 3iours of sale, the following dl'l'< :
the matter and In us.
provision touching There is nothing to be GAINED by its continuance is
and there possiblya _ German government stace\ the property to-wit: One ((1) f<>i; ni!
the absence of such, there be >
may .deal to be LOST by it. *
great Only Half Mourning. .. premises clean, keeping the In price of butcher's'meat: to range and utensils with hot wa e
a question as to whether the citycohn'cll There". Is absolutely no issue at stake in the matter and neither the The Pensacola' 'Jpurnal will join us down, etc., and they have the fishermen by dredging har boiler and attachments, one 11)) *,

can provide and enforce an mayor the council nor the board of public works need have any occasion to in wearing icrepe; for poor Carmack, ed a house-to-house inspection and preparing? shelters for the :household 'goods, one ((1)) iron "",1-

ordinance compelling a division of refer to it again.LU1' but must -be pardoned if it can shed, certain if every room in each fleet, and in many: ways' by stead and spring, three ((3)) *"n. ,: *

the: cost of the sewerage system, or no tears. Half mourning, as it were.:''is in a sanitary condition. "the high sea ;fisheries." 'ca'p't1ngand household goo .- "e!
(1) ] (1) smal! I h-
that in 1884 Ge stemtUl'de step ladder one
-'Live Oak Democrat. i I Hast mottth. over six thousand
it will act
whether require a special Everyone concerned can very well afford to do this. The council's request I II I nations of this character were her first steam essel for two (2)) towel racks, one (di f :'1'1':

of legislature to enable the council the of Chairman i I on the high Today she buggy, one ((1) child's chair IT.Tsrillow -..' '
for resignation Zelius of the board of public works Pensacola's Street System. i[and overone thousand notices seas. '
to do so. In the event of the latter !jhas been made and Mr. Zelius has announced that he does not intend to The Pensacola ,street railway system the premses in sanitary over a hundred these fishing settee, one (1)) willow r'< r j,
.nothing can be done, until the The council cannot force him to The has passed into the hands of the were issued by the inspector. and as many sailiJ ; vesseh six (6) oak cane bottom cha! '
resign. '
only thing the 'f
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same company that owns the systemsIn cleanliness in a community is a German fisheries yield now one (1) oak <
legislature meets next :April can do is to impeach him, and as Mr.. Zelius has not commirteed I articles. J. <(' \ 1
"., any this a'.ty: Tampa, Savanah and a:tace"to the general safety, and times the production of twenty '
The whole subject Is of great to Impeachable offense be could not be legally convicted on impeachment pro number of other cities, besides the such 'circumstances private f : s ago. The sea fish ate sold at Pelt, Sheriff of Escambia; '( "-,, ,

portanoe to the city and The Journal ceedings.. v, railway line across Porto Rico from I should not be spared by the on coming into jxirt Last Florida. 3jlJn' ':; \ : N
I to discussion of I I I. officers 'but the .1a should be Geestemunde alone sold fifty -
hopes see a general Ponce. That means Pensacola's \V
Mr. Zelius
We take it therefore that Is going to stay where he is, that ,
it by our citizens and will be glad i street railway system will be brou'ght i I forced an4 each householder 'pounds of fish! Th help af NOTICE TO CONTRACTORSNEW
such .communications none of.the council intends to resign, and that all of them, with: Mayor Bliss 'I.' to the same high efficiency that we keep- his premisesclean or feel by the government: in the CITY HALL -PENS4COLA

to' publish oa intend to serve out the full terms for which they were elected. are accustomed to in Jacksonville: I smart of the le'gal penalty for of the harbor for which ,pi

It as are pertinent to the Issue. Therefore whether they like it or not, they are going to have to get consulting the convenience of pat 1ing so. If the Pensacola. spent seven million m'arks, and Sealed proposals will be r'' '' :.,"
rons. The .present sY3tem will be[ should prove "catching" and -as decreased the market for. until 12 o'clock noon Tut'- 1-"
along together, and they may as well make the best of it. I f n
:: The Allison and Bailey improved; and extended and probably:]i the State' like an epidemic it meats, as well as kept 26th, 1906 at the office of 1. >:
As we said above, there Is now no Issue whatever at' stake. There is, the dummy line to Fort Barr ncas, head off some other epidemics the price. Green, Chairman Board of &;;: '' I"

Amendments. and can ,be, no occasion for further reference to the trouble' x 1 will be electrified. There Is talk of;' more destructive character. ', why has' not ourfgoverament tees, Pensacola, Fla., for the t' .n
And the first member of the city government who brings it up must a pleasure park in the suburbs to beestablished Oak Democrat something along the same of a CITY HALL AT PS'Bids ; ""*;/'
So much has been said of the Allison ? It has done much bjy distrib- must be accompanied
HIMSELF the by the new owners. -.The I
: responsibility for unpeasant!
bear 1'
any that <
a and Bailey amendments that it I Deep Water City will be marl attractive .' Sympathy for Mallory. eggs for re-stocking rivers with tified check of $1000.00() on ar
is well to keep them distinctly in may grow out of It. ?; than ever, to residents ajid I[t (Every (Floridian 'fish! It has done something porated bank as guarantee f'-r i "

mind In order' to understand the There ia plenty of proper work for every member of'the;; city govern- visitors alike. Jacksonville Timea.,( deeply with our Senator : insisting on the projection of of $20,000.00 in a Surety Con'i')0:' ". .11

ment, to concern himself with. Union. his serious sickness and regrets i but the market supply should ing business in Florida ;sritnin ';' %

controversy about them. There Is 'themoney from a ?300'000 bond Issue now reposing in the he has abandon his & -from the.sea, and for )such fish- days after contract Is award- '
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IN Mr. Bailey proposed to Insert In the Still A-Fightin.f ties at this time in Congress- harbors are absolutely pecessary. performance of the work :n .
,bank'vaults'waiting to be spent on long needed public improvements. "The ". '"
Hepburn rate bill! an amendment, denying Our condolence "Ocala Ed-, hassee True Democrat. j here by .Qur government is in- ance with the" Architect's p -
to the inferior courts of the people are'paying 13,500.00( a year-$1,125.00 a month-for'the- use of this itor" on the result to of the the primary in I l, and the fishermen;must fish specifications. Revised riai- va'f"
that interest on whether the is In Hole. I the navy wants a harbor. A specifications and further r.I"'r
; United States the power to Issue preliminary money and goes money utilized in pavin'gstreets the nomination of railroad commis' a, Bad An ;; '. c,.
[ money spent on littl harbors can be obtained from the :
or awaIts'in bank vaults the termination of a peevish council con sioners.-Pensacola: Journal. I I The Pensacola Journal has
f injunctions or restraining The "Ocala the Florida News Bureau in f do mOre'to break the;monopoly Mr. Fredrick Ausfeld, M Editor" needs con
,:;: orders pending Judicial review of troversy. no bad hole.Bronson I beef trust than many farcical Ala., or from
There Is the matter of the construction of sidewalks dolence. His fightwas and shall con ChaipensaO!:-:
,;- any rate fixed by the Interstate Commerce -- \ new the proper tinue to be against the policy of the -. i and a thousand hundred HILTON GREEN, \. I'*'
i:- Commission.Mr. adjustment of the sewerage question the consideration of the stock limit Florida railway commission which Will ,Attain Full Growth.If fines following upoi convic- <:

., Allison proposed to vest In the ordinance, the petition of more than 60 per cent. of the property owners discriminates against the interior and Choat of .the Jacksonville [ thousands that cost of dollars the !government i Give the NOTICE. ..

l circuit and district courts full Jurisdiction .along; a certain portion of a certain street for the pavement of that street, in the interest of the seaport cities. reau to. mould public j citizen plenty of !good fish The banks of this city will! 'e "

i to hear and determine all the property owners themselves being ready to pay their two-thirds pro- Ocala Banner. he'll keeps soon on growing be a in hog.-Laurel corporation i he will let the ,beef teak and ed on Monday, June 4th on ao 'j".r.t! "1

suits arising under the 'law, and, rata of the 'cost, the subject of more street lights, the reclamation and improvement Setting An'Example.. Southern Home.BrowarcPCoing chops from Chicago !' walt for'Jefferson Davis' birthday.BANK.
convenience. FIRST NATIONAL .
ol some of the city parks-these and others all
r therefore. conferred the power of Issuing are proper and The municipal authorities of Pen- commend .this policy! to the !W. H. Knowlfc?. P"*

,'i preliminary injunctions and restraining worthy subjects for consideration by the mayor, the council and the boardof sacola are setting the whole State an His Duty. in CongresS; from the CITIZENS NATIONAL' : BANK "
:: orders.in favor of the rail public works. example In the way they are going Hon. J, SL Beard makes an States and especially to Con- L: "Hilton Gr<>en .' "> !*

:T?; roads. It establishes the broadest It simply rests with them as to whether an attempt harmony shallprevail about the cleaning up of the city in gument against drainage :of the from iFlorifla, alchg. .whose lAatERIOAN NATIONAL' BAN 1\
order to insure health and comfort glades, but, &s the Journal 'safs a..little 'work might! ..give an-. C. Wl Lamar, :I"- '
+ kind of a.court, review and it is characterized or :whether personal feeling shall supersede public duty and discord : is va '
durng the long, hot months ahead. lawyer to'"argue flshin'g harbor's foij the bet. iPEOPLES DANK.J. .
J by 'some as being practicably shall continue to make impossible the accomplisfliment 'of any important They are arresting and convicting peo- side of a subject. Right or of health and cheapness of S. Rees', Pr- -

; .I, abortive U not unconstitutional., public; serylce. ple there for failing to keep their Governor Broward is doing his to the whole 'countrjj, Pensacola Fla., June 2, 1906.




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I structive in Ohio that we were almost I commencement exercises of'the Florida -'. I
entirely barred' from' growing Irish Female College in Tallahassee this PRESBYTERIAN BAY EXCURSION Have Your Clothes
SAGE LEAVES potatoes for ,a few )eaGreat quantities week. You Can't Make a ,1
of Paris-green were used on the SUNDAY SCHOOLHELD '
Miss Edna Smith, of Marianna, .is to the
vines as anlnsecticide with some sue visiting; Miss Edith 'Cox for two weeks. Good Appearance Cleaned and i
cess. They devour the egg plant as Mr. I. F. Hanft, of New York is the, Life Stationand .
Special to The Journal. well as the ater'* :vines, Chickens guest= of his sister, Mrs. John I. Bert. Saving
Brent, June 2.-The past week has will! eat, the' young bugs- before they Mrs. 'G. M. Underhill left. ...on. Satur- If your linen is not well ANNUAL PICNIC AT ELEC- PressedratthePensacoIa
been red hot and without rain. We take on the hard 'shell. It was about day for New York. I, laundered. The condition TRIG PARK YESTERDAY- Gulf
of the shirt, collar and
lad threatening of a thunderstorm twenty-five years ,after I commenced Miss Marcia May is spending some
Friday, but the high wind carried it gardening here before these (hum) days In Tallahassee., I cuffs oft bespeaks the EVENT GREATLY EN. Tuesday, June 5, I Dying, Cleaning '
bugs In 1 dlaracterot the man.You'll ?
al: away. put an appearance. Mr. Robert Coleman of the Apala-,
Rain is needed every week at this I THOS }cmL AN. chicola] and Northern R. R. was In be judged properlyand JOYED. Laving Falafox wharf at I and Pressing Club, Panama / ;
t-eason when evaporation is so great.' Quincy last Tuesday.Mr. i I : as a man careful of 7:30 p..m. onjths!
hats ;
cleaned and blocked
But the weather man could not pease't'I'el1'body ': Oscar Altschul left last; Saturday .I his personal appearanceif I
if he were to forecast daily for a visit of several weeks,7in your laundry work is The hearts of the Presbyterian Sun TUG MONARCHGiven I
showers. We must take the weatheras QUINCY Chicago. "I I done by day school pupils were made' joyous the ,
it comes, and should be thankfulfor ilr. and Mrs. J. T. Budd, of Monti: yesterday at the annual picnic at Electric by
such as we get. cello, who have been the guests of The Star SteamLaundry. Park. Everybody was turned LADIES' AID OF FIRST CHRISTIAN Reese & Mendel
All is well that ends well We: have Special to The Journal. Mrs. George Munroe returned homeon loose to their own resources to find CHURCH,
never had a drouth without, an end. Tuesday.Mr. amusement and the forms were
'Mrs. Marshall reached Cincinnati Quincy, June 2.=Mr. and' Mrs. A. D. Perry May, of Bainbridge, spent. many. Some played ball, others:; FARE, 35c. CHILDREN, 25c. 11 N. PALAFOX ; .
last Sabbath after a frightful shakingup Covin'gton gave an informal dance on I a few days here this week. 37 E- liar .n 8t Phont 114.Pensacola. skated on rollers, while others found REFRESHMENTS. ,
on the L. & N. ,route The old iron Wednesday.. nighVlhelt.guests being Mrs.' Mary MclCreary left on Monday Fin. many things to amuse them. .
horse got fractious and ran away (left Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Munroe, Mr. and for Texas where she will visit 'her .. Soon after the arrival of the 1 I : ; i
be track) but no lives were lost. She illrs. J. S. Davidson. Mrs. J. L. Mc- brother-in-law, Mr. William! McCreary. .. P! --3 dinner table .1 t" :
o'clock the appearedarra'ed
was only one day in advance of the Farlin. Mr. and Mrs. Slat Wilson,Miss Miss : car ,. ; '
Josie May left on Wednesdayfor In all its glory, with fried : 1
many Hazel Underhill Philadelphia, where she will spend chicken and other eatables in tempt. SI ROSENAU as r
were killed. We are never out of I MIss llary. Davidson,. .Miss Ethel three months studying the art of 'en quantities. v/
danger. All along the journey of life Haines, Miss Jackson, Mr.- Albert Corey graving. ing .
II SPEil I l SESSION E served bountifully -
E The ladies of the party
"iere\ are snares and deadfalls which 'I Mr. Peter I1ller Mr. Rob Love President Williams of the G. F; & had been
when everybody
*e cannot foresee. Wihen we escape and Mr. Mbnge. A. railroad, Captain Denham, Mr. J. and :
''i'' a ripe old age the stern reaper' 'Mr. J. L. MoFarlin left on Tuesday H. McW-lliams: ;, CoL J. E. DoIlaJsonland amply supplied: the same form of morn-until \ HAGERMAN E N
'ime) soon finds an opportunity to I for Texas to ]look,after the interests Mr. Jake Barn, came over from ing amusements was I
cut us off with his keen sickle. I: of the Florida .Sumatra, Company. in Bainforidge' in Captain Denham's'' private 3 o'clock} when the bankers baseball ent I
The genuine Colorado potato bugs I. that Etate/ car on Thursday. : I team made ai appearance. Wmmt
.are increasing rapidly in this section. (Messrs. Albert Corey, Julian How- Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Shelter left on sued an exciting, it not an errorless j ;
remember when they became so de-, ard and Diok Woodbefry, 'attended the Saturday for a short visit to Atl nta.'EDR .I game. Wfith Captain Bushnell as the E
umpire who rendered his decision on PLACE fc I
an out by saying that "He might as
I IS Iff well be out as it Is so: close! ," the
game progressed evenly, the only exciting -
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event' for some time being a ,
safe hit by Simpson Reese who stated j:' Deal Closed by.McDavid-Hyer Co. I F
if he had a
he ould'hit the sphere
r rrM+. C City Fathers Will Not Convene bank led'gerlIen: ; the scores werefigured I for I5,000-A Beautiful !
/ I up by Scorer Robertswho( I i
1 / Tuesday Evening as Was tried to count on his fingers the! errors Residence Property. !
\\I//.1 made by either side) the score stood There are no
Anticipated.There 11 to 10 in favor of Captain Brent'steam.
t The Hagerman residence propertyon
Your Doctor Will The game finished, the picni ers be- East Hill was yesterday purchased]
will !be no special meeting of I gan a game of Rugby among them, by Sam Rosenau for :;1500000. the)! flues to clean or.
the city council Tuesday evening as selves, the goal being the waiting ape, deal being negotiated b? the McDavid-!
g Recommend Red Rock anticipated. It will be remembered cial cars on the Si track. Hyer Co.This ..J{
that at the special session during the I Il beautiful residence propertyhas j in "
__ clog an
l \ past week Chairman Reilly of the ton; been an object of admira- 'If
tion all who have seen It It includes
Ginger Ale finance committee requested the mayor A FACT PROVEN. by
I whole block, and the trees,
td call a special meeting for Tuesday l a
r evening. J Should Convince Even the Most Skep- hedges, flowers, vines ;and shrubberyall ; AUTOMATICRefrigerator.
N 'i 1 Mayor Bliss stated yesterday afternoon I tical of Its Truth. combine to make} It & place of beau-
r u II i r that the finance committea: or 1 If there is the slighest doubt in the ty and value which time: alone could''I

h, As a delicious,. non-alcpholic I non-stimulating beverage to members of the body, lad requested I minds of any that Dandruff germs io produce. :
r him not to call the meeting for the not exist'rtheir; belief is compelled by J .
A z' \, drink at home, npthing'excels Red Rock Ginger Ale. Add day mentioned. The chief executive the fact 'that a rabbit innoculated by RACES PROVED A .!

4\ to this its marvfitously beneficent influence on digestion further stated that those who approached the germs. became bald! in six weeks' MAGNIFICENT SUCCESS

and you have'the truly ideal beverage. him on the subject tad in time. The races at-Kopfr&n's Park Friday Surely( this is a point '
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formed him that forty-eight, hours no- It must be apparent to -any person afternoon were such a 'great, suc-I ,
; given ahead of the meeting the only prevention of
ice would be therefore that
the has
in:'order that the aldermen might I baldness is the destruction of the ass that management practiitally to bear in .
I decided 'upon Smother meet oni one ought ,
Look for the Red Rock Crown successfully accomplished
when desired. act
be: called! to convene germ-which June 15. The sport Friday was witjnessed
bottles..., Q o The. mayor acquiesed in the request in one hundred per cent crowd
'stopper'on by a large and some
.' 'i .and the' contemplated session for of cases by the application of New- exciting finishes took j;place. I] mind and there are a

''} I. r IT lSrOUROMLTr: :'PROTECTtOffI day. evening is off.BOND'TRUSTEES bro Herpicide.caused by the same The race that created the greatest'!I i
Dandruff excitement was the half-mile running!!
JNMAHifiOOOCO baldness and can others.
STILLCONSIDERING which causes I dozen :
germ event which Wail won ijy Ben s001ey'sanimal : j
Sold in bottles'at all groceries, etc, / jHER SEWER BIDS b<. prevented with the same remedy- In fast time, considering the

and draught: founts. Ci 'The -matter- that is the Newbro's Accept no Herpldde.substitute. "Destroy the track. :
If, awardingif a bid, Is still in.the hands I cause you remove the effect" An animal driven try Dr. Mallory drivingrace B. GERSON r'
D'Alemberte. Kennedy; won the gentleman's
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of the Board of Bond:: Trustees. Chair- For sale by
while the pacing contest was
man Green of the board stated last druggist and apothecary, 121 South :
/ / night that the body Is still considering Palafox street, or send lOc in stampsfor captured" by Sam Clifford's,horf A. PENS ACOLA, FLA. ;. ,
,, free-
the proposals before the members sample: to The Herpicide, Co., Detroit L.' oten's fast' trgttezwoa the
Trade Siumlied I Ir h Consolidated Grocery Co,, Wholesale I Distributors r PB ns a col a." cf the board. Mich. for-all; >fco. ;


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r $ 70V-Gets( f lots in block 132 N. C. desirable piece of property with 145 ft. frontage on B.

As Did the Astors .. "..fronting south these same lots Wright St., convenient to Union Depot with two store
$60 $70 and '$80.LoocAsH ',. .- ,' ", will be worth $lOOIt. buildings anda dwelling upon same. .. .. .. .. .. .511,500
:13* lots in block 158 New City. well
&SOO--For a beautiful story, 25 beautiful lots, fronting, both Baylen and Palafox streets, on
That shrewd, far-slghted first head 'of the Asior family I These are "beautiful !ots for dwelling, finished home, large- lot, attrac ... ..
", North Hill .... J.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 4,000
; knew that real estate was the safest and most absolutely I $ purposes.. < ',' 'tire'and desirably located.'

_% sure way of creating a growing estate. : 4 $2500-%.'room cottage?and 3 lots\on. Large onestorydwelling on DeVilliers street near Garden St.,

I Lots 1 to 5, block 148 New City If : corner East Hill car line. with lot 50x180.. ,.. .. ... .. .. .. .. ., .. .. .. 3,350
Your Opportunity to Make Money is Now and 50 week sold at once; $175.00, per lot. $1500-Nice little, cottage on 7th! Ave!, '
cents per 'I 1between J ckson'and Gadsdeh Ten lots 'in block 250, jJew City Tract, each 40xl37&'.. ... 800

: I Lots 16 to 22, block 65, West.King St. Lot 75x110 bargain herself .. ,?
and in Pensacola real estate. Its ma'gnificent nat- Tract $350.00. ": -'.. taken at 'once. Block 120,-New'City Tract, containing 20 lots, convenient to

ural advantages Its Ication with reference to, the No Taxes *, $1600-2 blocks fronting 300 feet on East,Hill street carllIle:; and also Bayou.. . .,. .. .. 3,000
Panama canal and Its a'l' the year climate make it .,
THE We have any nuaib r of lots In good bayou; 8 room house and out Barcelona St. ..
one place America that will experience a No Interest Two-story dwelling North near Gregory. 2,500
locations in of town desired.. houses,: good water, wharf, all
rapid and substantial growth. Do you own any real any part ". ,
estate within her borders? If not don't hesitate, but 'under: fence. If :you want thio' Northwest quarter of block 60, West King Tract, containing six

ACT NOW. See our list of residence and business On East Hill, between :' For particulars and, prices apply toMcDavidllyer j ,you will have to act quick. I lots. t. ,. .. ... . .. .. . 450
property that are paying big lnterest on the price Stoddart's and Railroad I $20,000 Warehouse site 110x140 with ; ,
qouted and BUY.Pensacola .i' '2 brick buildings close in. J| Two cottages on West ;Zarra' ossa St., centrally located and

have 300> lots at above prices LOAN'S made on real estate security) good renters, for tha two. .. .. .. .- . 1,250
and at low rates and without delay.'
terms. They will double LIST:YOUR PROPERTY with us if Large one-story and a Kalf dwelling at 331 East Intendencia St,

Investment in value before'paid for. you want quick results. I lot 40x170. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. . . 1,200HOOTON
Company Company FIRE INSURANCE given prompt at- ,

, tention.
4. H. D'ALEMBERTE City Manage & WATSON.

W. B. KNOWLES, President. R. B. SIMPSON, Secretary. LESLIE E. BROOKS t, Agents'' New. York L.. S. BROWN 6 CO.

J. L STILLMAN! Y-pPres. and Can. Minigsr. 'KNOWLZS BIEI Treasurer. Life Insurance, Company. I'' Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.

Rael Estate, loans, General 1 Investments. Phone 462. Fisher, Building 3 E. Government Street 201.% Thiesen Bldg. Phone 918."WE PHONE 54 no. 37 S. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L:'

215 South P mat ox Street, Pensacola, Florida. SEll LOTS"WANTED
Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. _
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I Wanted For Farm Turpentine

. Will Double In ALA., ESCAMBIA COUNTY, FLA., OR- .H. ALF1\IAN-TIn: Copper and Sheet I SHOSHONI' : the garden spot of Amer Timber Lands,

,Iron Worker; cornice work and sky ica. Thousands: of acres given free I LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall

SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA, lights a' specialty; -roofing, gutteringand Ito settlers by foe government A II on or Address

repairing, 315 ,South Palafox St.: I home for ''everybody for the asking.. '
FROM FIVE TO TEN THOUSAND Phone 560; residence pfcoae 1316. : Stampfor particulars or 35c for aome-I I Turner Aymard,

Value Insideof ACRES OF LAND WITH FIVE TO 2'unelm. 'seekers' map and guide to God's own'I II Real Estate and Abstrat Co.
I i Shoshoni Pioneer Locating I
country. 4.AflkNI P. 0. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs.Fla
SEVEN YEAR TURPENTINE PRIV. WA.NTED-D.: B. White wants your Agency; Shoshoni, Wyoming. It, ;i ,
hauling and transfer work. Satisfaction -I i -
YearThat ILECE, WHICH WILL CUT AT guarnteed.Address 1501-N i WANTED- Young men and young women -!I raaaf? ff9\\\t\\\ HOTELS.THE .

a 9th Ave., or phone'390. to enroll with us for a course
In :stenography or bookkeeping and
CEDARS-Summer boar !n
ACRE. THOS. PEBLEY, PE SA.. },MATTRESSES RENOVATED New quality for good positions in the talL 'house. Open all summer (;{)(\.i:

Is what a great deal of real estate tick furnished if desired. Guaran We have more calls for busines3 stu. fishing and bathing. For ratE'S .' -
COLA, FLA. 26maylOt. teed. Crapet taken up and matting dents 'than ,we can supply. Phone 9UO I : "
in Pensacola is 'going to do and ; 'j : dress Mrs. A. R. Shipley, Man Esne-,
some of it is in the following list: laid if desired. Leave "orders at I for ,special summer rates, day or even- Fla. 3juno'\'! *
I I Green & Watson. Phone 193. 7mar ing sessions. Pensacola Business Col -.. --- .
Half block in Save with us PUT YOUR MONEY IN A HOUSE. -- -- -
New City fronting both by conferring I lege. HOTEL cLusuu-Ine tins tlo\l-e\
Calalonla, square. .. .. .. .. ..$750' when out to buy REAL ESTATE. ,See HELP. WANTED--- See the Fiuto: Water display at Hoo- 1 situated in one"of the most desirable.] closed May 31 and will remain Ct'-!

Half\ block In East King Tract, In us about some of the following: WlANTED-nSeveral( carrier 'boys. lAp- ton's Pharmacy. James McHugh, TED--JCopying or office work to 1.. locations on.East Hill, an cottage artistic modern with ed permanently. Mrs. L. E. Monr, t,
Store N. DeVillier renting up-to-date, 7-room
settled neighborhood. .. .. ..$700 street ply at once to this office. wholesale agent. ljunelm do in afternoon. Address W., care I Proprietor, Milton. Fla. 31 max l w
for $180 per year. .. .. .. .$1500 Journal. ( large roomy front and back 'gallery;
One-fourth block on- Toledo square House on North "C" street cheap 4 WANTED-Everybody to call and 3junelwj! has city water and all mpdern improvements COMMERCIAL HOTEL, D"F\tna: *,

New City .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$800 a t.. .. . ... .. .. .$W vw' WANTED-A cook; man or woman. see the Perfect Pantry. Lawhornand I for QUICK sale: at $3000. Fla.-New management; ne wl h fm-
WANTED[ --To buy 10 to 40 of
Lots on 11th and 12th New I House on East Aragon street only Apply 227 E. Intenden .. 3june3t Blackburn agents, 109 E. Gov surburban close acres Pen Call and see our large and attractive rushed; free bath and sample rooms;
avenues .. ... .. property to a-I beds Tra\,'I-
.. $550 ernment street I list of :property. meals and good
City, at. .. .. .. . .$200 98" good" i I YOUNG MAN Wl.\N1'ED--Good chanceto 27maylm'WANI1DA cola. Give lowest cash price with lo : good
acres of farming land, a] ,.I ALL OF THE MAXENT TRA.'CTWiEST ing men especially solicited! Rat:; fj
200x132% feet on East Hill carline bargain at .. ... .. .. ... ...$1000)) learn trade. Those lookin'g for 12 or 14 foot skiff. Ap- cation. "Real Estate, care Pensacola OF "C'/ STREET NOW FOR per day. Mrs. M. H. Stanley. Prop.
.. .... '., .. .. ...$1250 Four blocks In West King Tract,! soft snaps need not apply. Call Tuesday ply stating particulars and price. Journal. 3june2w SALE. | 29may.

Lots 'in East King Tract or West each ...:. .. ..... '.. $1000' morning 7 o'clock at Stone'Yard, Thos. C. Watson 37 S. Palafox. MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST!
King Tract very cheap and on easy We have numerous other properties corner Brainard and Tarragona Sts. 27 may. MARKET RATE OF INTEREST: ; McCASKILL HOUSE, Freeport F.n-:

terms. !Improved property in West listed with us and it would pay Sjunelt, Board. and Rooms. MORTGAGES ON REAL ESTATE IN1 I Good meals, 'good beds. Patrons.';

King Tract, netting 10 per cent. on Investment you to consult us before making your --, OUR I'OTTOHodest weight- and Of THIS: CITY BOUGHT AND: SOLD. of traveling public solicited lli\'- ;

investmentWe W\A.IIIITED-Young\ industrious boy honest dealings. California Evaporated BOARDERS WANTBD- 226 N. Al-, $2.00 per day. Mrs. M. McCi-Ki; \ ,

Sea"us in regard to Lake View Haven I are in receipt of advices from about! 18 years old to work in store. Peaches, 15c per pound, 2 Ibs. caniz street; nice, cool rooms, good:, Proprietress. Zm-

Property. Prettiest place in New the fire insurance companies represented Apply. to The Lewis Bear Co.. 3jun 1t for 25c; California Evaporated Prunes table: ; terms reasonable. Irs. Dora i Fisher Real Estate Agency PARK HO'I'EIr-Wby pay $2.50 p -
is Texar. Ty us 'That all losses in California I' idc Ibs. 3 Ibs. for 25c fine 27mayl6t
City and on Bayou per ; London day when you can get as good ro -
conflagration, will be promptly fltNT.ED-iMechanIcal( : draughtsman Layer Raisins 2 for 25c FURNISHED: ROOMS with I .'.
Ibs. ; Heinz Ap. or without I COLLECTION OF RENTS A and bed for 50c. Coolest place
D. Hale Wilson & Co. I paid and TO that FURNISH THEY WILL CONT1NTJE $5,000; clothing salesman $1800; pIe Butter per crock 4,0.0., E. B. Hoffman board. Central location, 1 block Pensacola and you can go out and t.'

ABSOLUTE traveling collector, $1200; lumber in- & Son 51 E. Gregory St. Phone from postoffice. Mrs. Mamie Cole, 116 SPECIALTY. what you want to eat One block tic-j.
Phone 234 15 South Palafox INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY spector $1500;" machinist foreman 825'. .. *. JSmaylm"WANTED. W. Intendencia! St. 23may2w postoffice. 2J"1; ,'
FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE FOR i $2000; stenographer; $1500;' others. m ; Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox St _
National Employment (Association, SUMMER
.-AU kinds ot electrical FOR RENT-One or two newly fur-
Protect your home and business Century building Atlanta Ga It* Hyatt is now open for spring and sun.;-
1 I work. I sell all kinds of electrical nished front rooms; southern expos-
gainst loss by fire by insuring with who wish -,
FOR SALE mer trade. People to t
batteries and other electrical supplies. ure; with privilege of phone. Location FOR RENT
'"WUINTED(Men.$91.00 monthly made and buld! up, the Hyatt is the plat' '.
When you need me ring 345 or 955. desirable and near business center tjfl -
New eight room house with hall 10th ns.ESCAMBIA I rpassin'g bills tacking signs, etc. Life E. W. Peake new Star Laundry buildIng 422 W. Gregory. ISmaylw FOR RENT-2 nicely ,furnished Hotel Hyatt is the best and most in
REALTY CO. (business. No canvassing. Continental to-date hotel north of Atlanta; b>'a.'
Ave. and 16th St. This place has to be ; E. Garden. 15de; rooms for rent to gentlemen only. ,, i
Distributing Service Chicago, III FURNISHED lo tifully located; plenty to eat; p :
ROOnS-Central1y W. CaaseSt.
Mrs. 420 ;
Apply to Hester
seen to be appreciated. .. ..$1750 2041/2' s. Palafox Street COURT HOUSE !.DY lNG. Preying cated. Best rooms in the city; cool, Phone 105. 2junelm! spring water; cool nights; perfw'::'-

Lots' 3, 4 and 5, block 140 New Telephone 1052. U'I, and Cleaning Club 212 N.DeVilIersSt. clean beds. Apply 128% East Government healthy; no mosquitoes; no maia.h ahomelike
Ci ty. .' .. .. .. . .. ..$600 Life Insurance agents Co.for State, for Home :WANTED! Two travelers wanted for ., Mrs. T. J. Davis Prop. Your patronage St 4maylm FOR Z\'T-A.< R. Bingham has storage -I place to rest: ; 87 ml:'
Blocks 125 and 126 Petterson Addition New York. each state; $100 per month; sample solicited; satisfaction guaran room for rent, suitable\ for fur north'of Atlanta on L. and N. railo't
free experience Los teed. Careful attention given ladies'' I D. M. Hyatt Proprietor, Ellijay, Ga
water front, new six room ; unnecessary. THREE PLEASANT ROOMS to rent niture or other goods. 104 : and 106 ,
Angeles Cider Co., St. Louis, Mo. It* garments. Phone 1222. 8feb with privilege of light house 19maylm.
Phbne 639.
i keeping South Tarragona street
house on same. .. .. .. .$1,600 -A
Some 301 W. Chase. 3apr OLD MILL INN-on bay front Opeuj
Block 63 East King Tract. .$2,600 WANTED-We want your orders for
WANTED-to work tailor
FOR RENT-Cottage, furnished or 1. and
i 1907 Art CfcUndars. Over 300 original !. June Large, airy deiighfuly
Lot to 14, inclusive block 171 shop. One with experience prefer. NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for rent
7 designs to select from. unfurnished, on bayou for; summer. I cool Good fishing, bathng; aal I
New City. .. .. .. .. .. .$1,600 red. Apply C. Abt, 137 E. Intendencia. prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensacola. AU on North Hill car line; location Fine water front for boating: bathingand boating. First class table. On P:' New Bargains very desirable. Apply 208 W. Gadsden
.Sjune 16eb.WANTED. street fishing. Beautiful location near tric car line 15 minutes ride from c; ,

J. A. WILSON & Co. 25april car line. Address Cottage, care Jour Regular boarders and transa.n-; .
BRANCH: MANAGED WANTED! -$20 .-Electric; work of ah kind. PLEASANT: to nal. IjuneSt Terms reasonable. Address Old M11 I
board on North
tnCity cash weekly. (Live at home. Experience Let us dean! your fans recair Your Hill line. Inn, Pensacola. Fla. 4ma.
on car Address No.8 '
Heal Estate Agents, unnecessary. No canvassing.! dynamo d.!> your wiring etc. P.iona Journal. FOR RENT"":" A nice 5 room cottage .
care 27mar MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL-Clar; s-
Enclose stamp for particulars. Alumi-I 570. Pensacola: Eleculc Co. 203 S. on N. Spring St., with bath,, gas, etc.
Salisbury Building, Room 7 Lots num Hanger Co., Chatfield, Minn. I Baylea.WANTED.. Old newspapers at five cents a bundleat I at $15.00. Inquire Fisher Real Estate I I ville, Ga. Nestling among the nioii i'
tains of North Georgia. An Ideal a *
Sjunelm.WANTED. I this office. They are all clean I Agency. : ljune:, u, _,_ __ __-' _u__._ ..p_0
-- -a .-The Merchants TransferCo. and nics. 10 resu scenery: aim cuinaie; mir '

8 LOTS one block from 16th A cook at once, for fam- wants your moving and hauling. ,FOR RENT-A six room house, fur.{ passed. Beautiful walks and div >
The People'sReal Ave., car line beautiful loca- ily of two. Apply cor. 14th St. and All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tflor- nished from now until October or i 365 feet piazzas. Accessible to m.m/-

tion for home. if taken at 6th Ave. % 2june3t zen Prop. Phone 978. ISJunelm.WANTED. Money to Loan. longer. Water and electric lights. Address .! points of Interest. No mosqui'o-

once a.. .. .......... ..Bargain .-The public to know that -r---- --- --a Mrs. M. P. Powell, Box::42, Ever-!.Excellent table. 19ma\ltig

Estate ENTIRE I WANTED Colored blacksmith. Apply old newspapers can >be bought at MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows green, Ala. 31maylw., ,
BLOCK, 219 West 4 A. Willis, Century, Fla. : I BROWN HOUSE-DeFuniak Sprn!
King Tract. . ... .. .. .$400.00 30maylw. this office: for five cents a bundle. They money from Jno. A. Hall & i Good beds, airy rooms, elfga ,t
are all clean and nice. 'Co. 16 E. Government street. When FOR RENT--:Large brick warehouse' .
., meals free bath and sample roon.'
8 LOTS in block 109 West KingTract : ;
50x75, on side track. Central
...and... .. .. . ... . .$250.00 WI.ANTEID-Young! man to do billing WANTED-To sell a lot of old papersat iu. need call on us. 9feblm of city. Addlress Box '712, City. part Special attention to traveling mca
23 LOTS in block 126 in West and stenographic work in wholesa'egrocery 5c a bundle. Apply at this of MONEY LOANED ,on all kinds of perpoaal SOmaylw. Rates $2.00 per day. J. R. Brow j,

King Tract .. .. .. .. .$700.00; house. Address P. 0. Box 835 fice. They are all whole, clean and picperty on short notice. Prop.
City. 29maylwIWJA.NTED nice. Terms easy. J. B.. Gray & Co., 2 W.
Collecting 4 LOTS in block 4s| West King Phone 1165. IfebMONEY FOR RENT-3lrs. F. C. Swift's place, HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSESB.efore :
Tract. if taken at once, per I -50 Laborers. Apply at Romana. just 3 miles out, west of city overlooking m- '

lot. .. .. ,? .. /.. .. ..$, 70.00 once. Goulding Fertilizer.. 27m WANTED.-A. R. Blngham wants TO LEND-On good real e\o the bayou Chico. Large; ting- buy a laying supply your of old carpet newsnap3 or
I your moving and hauling. He gua\ collateral house. Just
tate security, or on good roomy (he'place spend
Agency Homes and other property for sale all Fiona 630. to put underneath and protect it om-
AtTED-1Ien and boys wanted to antees breakage. at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks. the summer. Apply to W. E. Cater,
in all of the city. five bundle at this office
parts learn plumbin'g plastering ,brick Fisher'building. 21Jaa at Gas office.! 30may-J3 cents a

Tour property sold and rents collect- Money ,to I.oan on good real estate laying. Special offer life scholar. WANTED-A married couple wants a I {I FERRELL HOTEL-Sneads, Flor'Ja.
on'all: kinds
jed, and prompt returns made on same. selurity at market rate of Interest. ship fifty dollars, easy .payments; cottage or part of cottage on water MONEY short notice.personal FOR SALE OR RENT-A fiye room Rates $2.00 per day. Nice rrOlI1.,
Give me a call Remember the place. position and .union card, guaranteed: front for the summer months. Either propertyIn J. W. Bullard. cottage with !bath and gas. No.I good beds table the best J.\1: f' .
Office! No.12 E. Government street in free catalogue. Coyne Bros. Trade furnished or unfurnished. Give terms Terms easy. St. 1107 E. Cervantes street Two blocks ell l 7aptH
Palafox Phone 1144. Prop.
Music House. A few bargain3 to offer T os. Pebley Schools,New York, Chicago, St. Louis. and particulars in first letter. Address %8Y.& .South 6nof from street car. Apply to :. H. W.
today. ISmayly. Summer, care Journal. Ijune Gibbs. care of Forbes<<; Store. .'TEL VERNON-Ratea ?2 per day.,
UNLIMITED amount or money to joan 26maylm.FOR Special! rate by week. Spcal: attention
\ B lots In Dallas Tract, 2 blocks PHONE 559. WANTED-Everyone to know, that SITUATION WiANTEI-Expert book- on all kinds 'of personal property. to traveling men. Fr 'ea'1'

I from car line $50 per lotlA.ll The Journal has nice, clean old papers keeper, audits opens, closes /keeps Special rates to business men on large RENT-Two story 8 room house, pie room. Mrs. J. P. Mauldin, Pr"P-

t of block 219. West King for sale cheap. Only 'five, centsa small sets or any temporary work. F. loans. The New York Loan Co., 204% with gas, hot and cold water., and all 15apr. _

j Tract ,. .. ..' .. . ... 400 bundle.. :W. Riley, 204( % S. Palafox St. SOmay South Palafox. other modern, conveniences. .Address, SOUTHERN 'oe
FOR'SALE or apply 41 E. Chase street I HOTEL -Open all
1 :23 lots in: block 126, West Kin'g lOmay ,'.
1' Tract..' .. ... .. .. .. 700 WANTED-First-class :Darter for col- SITUATION, WANTED Expert bookkeeper -- year. American and European p J
B lots in block 45. West King All kInd- of real estate for sale or ored trade. Ring 1010, -, 1. ring or and general office man. Address FOR RENT-Elegant two-story residence Special summer rates. F.rst-r'i-b'

: Tract. .. .. .. .. .. .. 560 rent. North Hill and East Hill vacant call at Sylvester Campbell ,Store near X care Journal. 20maylw W-tMJW.AtJ'Ji'LOST wn.rnjtu-u-u-u-.wJ-u- corner Strong and SprIng Sts. every respect. Pleasant and CODl"rn.
N1ce lots in New City water main lots. Some very choice ones at dummy depot, Warrington. Fla.- with diamond Apply to C. H. Tur er. : iQmay lent :Mrs. T. L. Bowen, Prop P' 0-
WANTED-Your stenographic work. LOST.-Pansy breast pin
good bargains for homes or Investment 24 apri. sacola. Fin.CENTRAL.
and car line In one block at $200 Pensacola Typewriter Exchange, in center; lost Monday either on FOR RENT-'rwo desirable -
CHIPLEY- updepot.
per lotNotary 315% S. Palafox St. Phone 379. depot car line. on Tarragona or railroad very HOTEL.
One large lot on R. R. good factoryor stores first floor ''
on of Manhattan Large and well ligh i
PubUc: state at large. wharf possibly at Wittich'sboom.
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23ma or
warehouse site. One water front WANTED ) hotel. Corner
Garden It
.. Reward for return this office.3Gmay12' and : Baylen. rooms. Free sample room. MMs l ;
lot that a purchaser could make no U u uu1t.rjlJtrtrsittrit tr tt T flt S Lr'.. Just completed and. arranged; in first all hours. Special attention to treliffg (.
mistake to buy. One 40-acro farm WANTED-The public to know that class .
shape. Forterms T !
WfLL: BUTLD! HOU'SESn' installment particulars, men. $2.00 per day. J. M <
ana'' one of 160 acres both near Pen Woi can do all kinds of repairing etc., apply Hooton & Wat on, 29Apr Prop.CH1PLEY. 13mar 'f}
sacola. 1 plan, or cash. You own the float building horse shoeing etc. J. gle
Four choice brick business houseson lot I furnish the money'and build th4-! I G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feb Business Opportunity FOR RENT-Second story 'over Un-. HOTEL-Can Setterl n.I '.

Palafox St. for sale. Fine Investment house. You' pay monthly same as ;-' dens truth's Jewelry store. !Suitable I Prop. Special attention to comm "'
Phone 476. property. Few choice offices! rent, in a short time house Is your WANTED-All owners of poultry to U you are earning less than $50.00 for offices sleeping' quarters or stor.. clal travelers. Free sample and t tJo '1
I 20 it still ,belongs to know that we are agents for the celebrated i toe.j..'
for rent. Pay rent years weekly we will show you how to age rooms. Lee DanielL 24api. rooms. Large rooms with good
-- -- Turpentine men all get rich and I the other ,man. Will also' put down Conkey's Poultry emedlei. double your income or salary. No In. i $2 per day. Iggur:'"J

: CREW NOTICE.. have good turpentine business for wells with good pump. 2-inch! : galvanized Guaranteed to cure rape, cholera vestment requlred._ :Address Manager FOR RENT-8-room, 2-story Cottage and to?.
HtTEL.-o night
sale cheap. 15 crops boxes plenty pipe, with brass cylinder"attach- gape.and to kill fleas Tee: and mites.I 18-20/River; St., Chicago. itt :318 W. Belmont Apply to! WalkeiIngrabam u-J
Neither the captain own. round timber lease on which together ment will make water fly trom'a well Also their wonderful egg producer., F. i April2CWANTED.Real I European plan. Booms light 1-
a ers or consfgnees of the Ital. with boxes good seven years longer. 40 to 100 ft ,deep aad so easy a'child S.. Mellen & Co. Phone No. 231ISapr. I : clean. Transient trade aoUclte..
i N1coa'
Ian bk DaGregori Gio Batta Write or call and eee schedule of can pump it Costs but little more : For Rent. \ Estate for :sale or; 575-579 B. Palafox. Jas. S.

will be responsible for the, property. than the old dug well. .AU satisfactory rent leasa or exchange. Your .bust, Prop. _-

debts contracted. by the crew I before you pay a cent. Get my WANTED' -Carriages repaired and repainted -A. R.. BINGHAM has storage room for ness respectfully 'wllcited. J.4 A. Wilson J

of) said vesseL 1 H. T. CRAWFORD prices. F. :M. Williams, ,Contractorand ; floats built to,order; horse I 'rent, suitable for furniture or other Red Estate Agent, 22%'W. Government : GENUINE IMPORTED PANAMA

G. FERRARI, Capt. I' Builder, Room SOS Thiesen Build- shoeing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage I I goods, 104 and 106 South Tarragona Street Room 7, gallsburj' HATS AT THE M. & 0. CLOTHIN-

t ROSASCO BROS.. Consignees. S1S Couth Palafox Street. Ing. Phone. 802, 1 rlnglJunelm!- Co. 27feb St. Phone 630 SOnoi building. Phone 172. : 2Jjar L STORE $3.50, WORTH $5.00.



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All kinds of real estate in West Florida are steadily aM rapidly g..! f .
increasing in price and there lain chance to lose if you invest your Jr11 ;
money in it. Prices have more than doubled within the past three' w. Bullock 9 i| COMMISSION BROKERS t? J ::1

years. We have some nice offerings in all kinds .of real estate, In __ 'b t; : ,
either large or small tracts. ',e can sell YOUR lands no matter i :

where they are. MOBILE. ALABAMA.MARKeTS. 11 WEST INIENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, F1A. 2't.., .11' r :..1 I

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CHIPLEY,. FLA. I Real Estate Naval Stores. I| COTTON.STOCKS.GRAIN,]PROVISIONS and BONDS ;: "!;x.JU; } .

't_ Savannah Ga., June 2.-The naval 'i f 'i lU i..
'I Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. ,f 1
Sale For Sale stores market closed today as follows:
For ..,. W\V! '.. .. .. .. .. .. . .4 60 2' :
Hoo- WG.. .. .. .... .4 45 to 450 I Reference: First National and! Peoples Blat Phone 1173 f :J1 Wi{ :
see the Pluto Water display at FOR SALE-Poultry farm near Big .. N. . .. ..'. ,... ... . .4 45 I
ton's Pharmcy. James McHugh Bayou eight acres under fence. ...and... .M .. .. ., .. ... .. .. .4 35 .W.o...........04NH.4f...4NON..104f8of 414 1>1ii4!...." 1 : r ,"

wholesale agent_Ijunelm Good.boating fishing and bathing. F, K .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .4 25 .1 :
N. Howell Warrington Fla. I "
fOR SALE-We have a lot of other keg', 3junelwMARINE. H .., .. .. .. .... . .4 00 10 ,. t .X', .
suitable for flower pots and IG.. .. .. .. .. .. . .3 85 I :; .1"- ,
purposes; also a lot of whiskey syrup \ AND. STATIONARY! .. ENGINES F.. .., ... '.. .. .. .... .3 75 to 3 80 :'l
and other barrels which are suitablefor for sale; Wonder Gasoline E. ,. .. -.3. 70 to 3 75 :
packing. : crockery or fish and cured Engines are the simpliest, strongestand Mortgage Loans D.. .. .. .. .1 .: 3 60'to 3 70 How to Start a Bank J t k'k'z I" ,
We buy all kinds of barrels best engines on the 'market for ,
meats. C. .. .. .. .3 45 to 3 50
and clean them. Sup- the Send '
money. for catalogue.Ed
and Spirits turpentine 57% cents. '
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ply always on hand. If :you need any B. Banks Pensacola. Phones 1377 ,
barrels, or have any for sale, ring us and 577. 3junelm COTTON EXCHANGES Account ;'I'i;

591. .
Phone 235, residence phone : > \ '
Pensacola up. Cooperage Co., Geo. A.lrucorfch .' FOR S'-\LE-"Herd' fine Jersey dairy CLOSED., YESTERDAY F i ; }
Pres., No. 9 S. Alcanlz. cows with well established milk I Phone 161. The cotton .4
1 iTmaylm. route. No competition. Cows and N New Orleans and exchanges Liverpool at New were York clos., In making an estimate of the amount -t ffi :; ; :

business !first, class condition. Apply ed of weekly or monthly !., [
yesterday on account of holiday. : you expenses .
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FOR SALE-A lot of old newspapers. S. A. Taylor Century Fla. Sjunelm '

Put up in bundles convenient for, Thiesen AU8LEY A-CO.'S REPORTS don. '..t. fail'tb, set aside some part of your .1. : ,i
rttrryin'g. Only five cents per bundle. FOR SALE-Large single cut-under Room 405 Building I' '
LI\ltrp901 Cotton Market f
for and then
salary a savings account
Apply this; office. r'I top delivery wagon suitable for Wheat. :.: 't'; :

light two horse. First class make and make it duty to'see that it is at : :
:MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton & Open High Low Clow :your f .
CITY in good condition. Can be seen at ..
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XaT- % 81
% 80
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Watson have just received a large wagon )yard opposite Dubuisson. E. Jmly; .............79% 80>4 79% 79% once deposited to your credit in our f 1 t .. '.
supply of the latest city maps showingall Intendencia. Address Wagon care 5 For limited time I have,to :
only ,
i Corn.
of the subdivisions. The maps are,Journal. IjurieSt savings department., We will help to f 1 h} :
official and down to date and are offer one-third of block on.North'Hill Open High Low Close ; .
a make it Four Per Cent -
May.1934 49 by adding
mounted on heavy linen. Regular i FOR SALE-Fine hotel site; best sHuatlon 11JT..9 LOyj 49 i94 grow j 11 I;;: .
price. $2.50; special price on lots of i In the'city" for a tourist hotel (North Palafox Street), .well ; 49j 494 I compounded every six months. .it.

five .or more to agents or real estatemen. I ; 130 feet'fronting: south'-by 172 feetdeep' located. This piece of property will New York Stock Marktt :n 1 :dt :
Hooton & Watson. 8may-
on East Government street, overlooking I Open dot
Seville square and Adams be a maker Ask me about 8onthrn Pacific! ............. eay. 66%
FOR SALE-Large Ice box, suitablefor street with open view of Pensacola I money Copper......................- Ifit? 10S% ; 1 1Y1
grocery store or market and will 'it. Let me show it to you- A.8.R......................:. 135M* 135% i E
soda fount with 20 syrup cups. All in I bay $10,000 buy the property Atch........................:. 89 4 8 ?i
good condition. Will sell cheap'or lapr. $2,750.Pensacola l.B..........................151% 155 .
exchange for other property. Apply FOR SALE-A fine piece of waterfront R.B T........................ 82\4\ S3 FIRST NATIONAL RANK
T J. Bucey 1021 Ninth avenue. ; property; 50 feet front on West B.AO ........................ Iffit 108
Tmaylm* Bay Shore at the foot of Clubbs street Irte.......................... 46% 4634 t .
with 4 room.house front and back O.r.I: ........................ 5834 59" : I : ,
FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire i i a has nice wharf: u.s...........-.............. vy/a 41X OF PENSACOLA, FLA. '1"1 '
hogs; best of breeding. Ask for gallery a about 250 is a Growing City U.S., preferred............. 103 105% '. .
catalogue. Carl Setterlind, Chipley, feet long running out to deep water B.i.................?.......... 23 KXL.ti'S W.H.KifOWtis.Pre a. W.K.HTBB,JH.,V.-Pre. and Cartier. : :, :"
Fla. from the front gate. For a few days I believe it will double its population ........ ............... 153K 1LMd 34 T W BRBXT and W.N.BOBSRTS, Asst.Cashiers.DiBBOTOBS .'. .,." :0, .
only it wUl be oJered at only $1500!) ........................ 76VJ 78.H! -F.C.Brent, W. A.. Blount. W, H. Knowlea, W. K. Hyer. Jr i '
FOR SALE OR RENT Two lighters; cash. Apply to Jos. I. Johnson at I within the next few years. The new M.P............................. S4?" 95 D. O. Bren'I'. .to toi
with capacity for 75 thousand ft. L. Friedman & Ca's store. 5may L C..................... ...... 179% ISO I !, f f'f. ;:
one other thousand people who come to us will l>e 0...PIoO._.................... 16)" 1H! i ; ( '..
lumber the thirty ca: FOR SALE Pair spotted ponies 5 N.Y.0 ...... ................ 139 139J 4 -- ,, i : .
pacity. Rates reasonable. Also two j years. old sound and gentle. Don largely drawn from interior cities. P.O ..........!................ No Sale8'D'0 t f Y :.
skiff boats for sale cheap 22 ft. long, key and cart;; just the thing for chil be : ......................... 140% 140% No. 5603. ',. '1-t :> :
5 ft beams. Telephone or write J. A.' dren. One cheap farm horse, one good 1)1rWilj; p ple.who.wiUJQTe Hi.P ..........,................ 17134 1743458 President.. JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Cashier. : it "' ;
Chaffln & Co., Milton. Fla. 25mar mule. Hinman' & Hecker Century, the view of 'the water They(vill : B.I..;............... 29 :2li CLARRVice-President and Cashier. J. W. ANDREWS, Assistant; Cashier. a >>
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ON THE HIGH LAND-East Hill electric Fla. | 23inay live it,. I' : .:'.__. 156 1S6
six te sure to want to, near T.C.I % iH.
car line lots 100 ft. front : 13134 133 AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK j.rl r
137& deep corners 1700 inside FOR SALE-Nice, clean. old % : [
by newspapers have a block, No, 98, in the w ,..:" 's U.P"f"- 150 150H ,
lots $600. There are no better situations at five cent a .bundle. This of. .
than these lots. A. V. Clubbs. flee. City tract-the' Highest pofrj|. on :: ... OF PCNSACOLA, FLU. i. .
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reST RECEIVED-Large shipment ot FOR. SALE- Second hand 25 H. P East Hill, overlooks the Bayou! ., DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. 11Jr1 3
imported Olive OIL Retail by pint, boiler. Will sell cheap Apply to REAL[ l' [ESTATE CAPITA! STOCK, 200000. SURPLUS $60.000. : t
gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso New Method Laundry. 13Apri fronts on Gadsden street, .the hardi DIRECTORS. .
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& Co ship chandlers and! grocers, 701 road-two blocks from the carVIine .: > !
South Palafox. 4oct Miscellaneous'OT1CEHaving .,. Henry L. Covlngfon, Frank Reilly, F. E. Brawner, J j. ... !
wa HV* one block from the Bayou, ,I: will : J. M. Pfeiffer W. S, Rosasco C. W. Lamar ..j I ; J
FOR SALE.-1mproved and unimproved installed machinesfor T TRANSFERSF. [ S Bryan Dunwody T. F. McGourin, J. R. Sounders, : ;. ,:
property in all parts of the city. the manufacture of galvanizediron sell this block of 20 lots, if .sold. _" A. M. Avery, : W. H. Milton, 0. E. !Maura ; ,
.. Wilson & Co., Real<< Estate Agents cornice skylights cornice 'gu : : .. W. L. Cawthon ; Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzIe Oerting, i I.. -
Room 7. Salisbury building. Phone..ters circular mouldings, etc., I am now quick, at $5,500, or at'rthe fafe"6f Alex McGowin, ; C. M. Covington, M. E. Clark. t. i ..I 1

_112. ___ 23jaa.;i I Iall prepared to do sheet metal work of $275 per lot Lots on every::side of block. Whiting 219, West to King Thos.Tract Pebley$1.001, all Safety deposit boxes for;rent at $$1.C0, $$3.00 and $5.00 the year. Private department t: J ." '.,''I'
kinds on
FOR SALE-Three yoke of oxen and short notice.. !Satisfac- : ', and other considerations.Peter in connection for the convenience o! customers. ( .
this block ..
log cart; good team in good condi- tion assured. Estimates cheerfully of are bringing tqv-day : all c i ';'
S. Friedman
given on work In or outside the city. ,-= :Murphy to : Four per cent interest Paid on Time Deposits. I : ,!
tion and working every day. Price $300 and $400 per lot Thinkoverthis of lots 1, 2 and 3. block 80, West King I '
Chas B. Vetter 18 W. Intendencia. ;
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{300. Call on or write J. A. Chaffin & Tract, Belmont Numbering, $1000 and I. !
Co., Milton Fla. 29aprlm-j Phone698. 25maylm compare the. prices in the other, considerations.M. : ; '. :,1
1 I : and will 'find .:. ,". Hi: Sullivan to Rix M. Robinson '
FOR sALE-Lady's: saddle extra SANTA ROSA-Pavilion, L. S. S.ot- neighborhood, you : ; "
'1 all of the SEtA and the E} of the S
fers the best
good; fine Shepherd dote; also bathing and recreation accommodation be found for what I say is true; It is a good piece ;: I W%, Sec. 35 T. 5, R. 31 WV, $1260.N. ';.. t "."
brand new Century Encyclopedia and on MeK. Oerting to Thos. Pebley, Jj'HILTON OBKBSf.P .,;rnarcT.: T.fi. WRfjLBB: VioPnasiDES", : I )
Dictionary. Address 1102 East Gads- the Gulf of Mexico Launch Leclair of property to buy- lots 7 to 14. inclusive, block 171 New B.)L. BU8HXF1.L UASHIjlll. MANSFIELD MOREITO,J.SU.Ou1lID t i
den St., or phone 285. 9may leaves city wharf daily at S:00 a. m. '
Phone.659. Chas. H. Burton. M' r. $5,500.Let City Tract, $1 and other considerations Citizens .tLnal Bank : Hi ''I

AUTOMOBILES. am agent for the, 12may.If Harriet S.. Keyser to trustees Pala of Peasacola. '

from Pope$500.00 Mfg.Co.up.and They can sell cost you less autos than you will look around: the house fox M. E. church 9 lots 26 10 to W.25, inclu 15 ft. Gee. W.Wrlg t. MOJTi,: Bear '1'.DltfCiORS E.Welles. Biz M. Robinson. L. Hilton Green. HIJno. h I[
sive and lots ,to except
will find a lotof, in whicii II
horses to keep up. They can be run you ways is
in block 9, Belmont and E. King Trt., A GtVIflAl t H ,
in sand or anywhere a horse can go. you can _,use old newspapers. You Me List Your Property $10,000 and other considerations. <"r t i j
Leslie E. Brooks. can buy them in any quantity at this 11, 'tE I!
t'.office. They are put up in bundles, i ; t< .
for sale will be I "- '
You pleased.with
FOR SALE Ten and second !
new convenient to carry and sold at five .. :. j : I
second hand office safes, different cents per bundle.MATTRESSES the I do business, .Selfing' '' 't ;
sizes best makes at bargain prices. way ,.. PRtSsY :'

Scarritt st.Moreno, office East Government 24mar;I AND FURNITURE- property is my business I have: to);. ; BUT/TON R J;,..Ca..,.rr CJ A. .JL -"- C"- u..ey r. r i-Vi i !I i ir '

1 I i Mattresses made to order; old ones Wholesale and Refill Dialer in ;
renovated. New, ticks furnished. sell it, I can sell yours, and, will rw l lf
FOR SALE-Nice, clean old newspa Domestic Anthracite :h !
Steam ,
: -
pers. All whole and useful at homeor Second hand.furniture ,bought and sell it, if you list it with me. .' '1 COAL '
Blacksmith ;
sold. Upholstering and repairing gone. and : ,
in store. Only five cents
your per 114 E. Belmont St;, city, phone 771. Office-$to.' 43 South Palalox street Telephone 93. t'{ :

bundle. I Davis. Mfg., Co., (LTDavis, Mgr. Yard corner Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones 6 and 372 :\,' : \. i
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FOR SALE-Fine pot flowers. '''' : !
TAILORING L:, Diamond TailorGents' ; .
Apply 1408 E. Gadsden! St. or phone clothing,cleaned-pressed and .' ,
1$33+ 6-rin'gs. Mrs. J. J. Rogers. '
ISmaylm. I I West repaired Government on- short St.notice., Pensacola No. l\\Fla.
W BullockJr.Real LOW RATES
FOR SALE A new top buggy cheap.* Idee. J. iiigri v :'
Address Box 315. ljunelw '
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J. H. PORTER aatlmakerv 716 Southi .t .;. '-.
FOR SALE-5-room cottage on monthly -.i. Palafox 'street Orders' taken for '
payments with gas, water and tents, awnings camp stools and house The Sim ledSpratSafest.ti Week Louisville r r.
Handiest-and only PerfectS Home-Coming
free delivery, one block from .car; ,' cots. etc. Prices reasonable 31Jan. .:lf Sfing Pea No glut filler Ky. : t,
cor 8 Ave and 12th street, East Hill.''I I -DO ink to ipQ-no dogging ; I
G. E. Brett IJtmelw* SHIP CHANDLERS" -McKInzle Oert.Co. 2 Estate I or baking June I3-I7,1906. :. tt I
1 fag & .,.whol s le.and retail ship 1 Y limply! prm tie button(u r ; t
I'I and grocers in tie picture)mi the pea 6llI! l
chandlers only
FOR SALE-Bicycle, good as new; first-clas :., 1111"aaob."
cheap for cash. Apply Man-ion-;,i house of kind in city.-- .Fair prices to all. Write tie imUnt It I. 1 PfNSACOlA lOUISVIL If KVrt i 1

Curry Guden Co.St.. next to Moore Ice Co.30may, W.' MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP- ,I, touches the p {>er ( ;! ( '. i

I! -Wfillle Mima, Proprietor., Furniture ...and... : : I

fOR S.u.E-1Fine.'( .large young mule'laid repairing furniture', of packed' all kinds for shipping carpets 1 Eagle$150Hash ) ROUND TRIP SI8.00 : 1{ : "t

sound as a doVer only 7 years old; Phone 63. Next to -Tampa Landing. ; I
cheap if sold sS
at once Address Mule s
t I 22ApriI'CARRIAGES No.15 with 14 tint toll gold | -
care Journal. !
SOmaylw*:I point-fioett vulcanized j Tickets'sold June 10. 11 and for train June !
1' Mortgage Loans pea on noon ;
I I I rubber and ferny guaranteed. !
repaired and repainted; '
FOR SALE-Fine Leghorn' and Ply;.1 ''Floats built to order. Horse,? shoeing i itae161 Eagle"Flub"No.25 12th, good to leave Louisville on any date up to and including ;.. r
mouth b&Dda.$2.50
Rock with gold
Gregory- street. chickens. 258 SOmaylw. East. I Co.I a specialty' .,G. :Welsh. .Carriag 27feb'! ._" .<.-. -. .,. . "., ', '--' ;,:. ttxl Urge"fluh"size: Ho.:28$3withgoldLads. June 23rd, provided they are officially stamped l'i !' 4 I!

FOR I I t : f'.c .:. '. .', :. >:. ',. .$4.00 by special agent qf the Southern Passenger Association. : i r i!
SALE-5 room cottage for sale .' .,. ... Sold br Sn&wntnd !
cheap. Address D. A. WamplerJ I' J "., .Pn. ., :: Other Stcrer Tickets may be extended until July 23rd, 1906, inclusive, ,}F l p1 i
Cottage Hill Fla. .. AikVOURDEALW. lfh
29thaylweSteLumber : 'II
IQR J Professional. Directory "FLASH"doom! ieU FooBttln you tie I'enathea Eagle by depositing ticket with the Joint Agent of the South- } 1.1

5s now cheap I .. -- : :" '.. : teat... Each&.e retail pea tototntrJf price direct gnu to ,, eastern Passeng er'Association at Lc vile and upon payment ;, '; .: ; : ; :

lea build street you Frater's wharf.a home lumber Get before his yard prices prices on! Bay-and ad-'T G, YATES 1 D,, Room S 405, utecd.Eagle Pencil,Co._ w of fee of f 50 ;cents. : : .:! i., :'t r

'77Vt nce>mt&EGULAS, whIch. is sure to come; > OPTICIAN __ 3V/Broadway.Ijanufectaitn New YorkJUST'DECEIVED For further information, call on or address iJ. ; t ri 1 1J.

Thiesen Building .... .

launch ley, making for HACK, connections LINE From with Chip-mail 100 GENUINE J. W. LURTON, i,division Passenger Agent or !' :fif ;

points on Andrews bay.

Extra wrses,teams comfortable for .traveling vehicles.'men.Call Good on ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW IMPORTED. & 0. CLOTHING STORE; ?3.50WORTH' R. W. SUBBETT, Ticket Agent L. & N. Ry ;:;f t; t.

or address J. C. Sinclair, Chipley' ,Fla. 14/z EAST?GOVER M NT ST, .$5.OaT. < ;1 I
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Atlanta appears to be the team thatis j4a'rM
INTO A SUMMER SUIT going to figure in the pennant rate J
; la the Southern leisue..
b 1 Smith's bunch has woneight straif Billy)f,1 CLERKS[ ARE R [ I INIMED ( ; .

l games and that too .against j. I ,'
some of the supposed hard nutS' to e1 : \ f .. ,t .
crack. Little Rock Rock landeo! .Bir "" "
a mingham a bunch of by" defeating :
It's high time you were getting N '> ..
the Barons. Nashville again / :. f. .'1 We invite
: '; :;i young couples
proved that the Cumberland crew is .
into one Perhaps you wanting : a jonah to EireveportT That tribe .is s .
,, :y 1\ about to furnish a home
about the hardest bunch in the league i : .
the second one by now. Our line for the Pirates to trim. Montgomeryshut L ;J.i.s .:. .

of grey and blue serges in both two in Sleepyrille out Memphis and and sorrow there,in is Memphis joy. Officials for Democratic Primary Vie .,, ,'...*.J', ".to troine in and talk it over

and three piece suits are decidedly New, York, in the 'American ]league June 12, Designated by Executive .;\"with us;'
had the winning streak broken :
swellest in addition yesterday Committee.The
we ever saw, ; ; w .
: in a double headerwith P 1ila! i

to which there is wide choosing delphi though the Highlanders are !
still at the top. In the. National Executive .
1 e county Democratic r .:
from black and fancy suiti gs. Six New league'York, ,both won.leaders, '.Chicago. an" Committee helm' a meeting at the ''. : '", .'. :"

. court house last night with Chairman ., ."
fifty, eight, ten, twelve fifty, fifteenor Reilly presiding and S?Secretary... .J .' :-' .

eighteen dollars, we have your STANDING-AND-....,!RESUlTS. ." I'rum D'Alemberte present, and more than a qU H'I-1, We furnish so many 'homes. 'and.... jwe are so thoroughly. :

and of the Southern I posted as to what goes Jo.makeup a tasty home that we
price highest quality. League Won' :!Lost'; Pet. As is well know the session: was I,, .. '.'

cents grade : "New Orleans.27" held for the purpose of naming officials valuable pointers and much
Fifty gets a high : 14 659 can give young couples many
Shreveport. .. '.. .;.21) 15" 636 for the second primary election .
undershirt or drawers.. A dollar a # -. Atiinta ..- .. .... ::25' '17't95Memphis which will take place Tuesday June "information," .' ;
.. .. ...-,'24 18' 'v 571 .
u 12, 1906. The same rules and regulations .
better grade. ; Birmingham .. .. -.., .34 21 531 will t..
governing the first primary .
Montgomery. .. ..17 25405 'f"
\ Nashville .. .. ..16 28 356 prevail in the second. .. !
Little Rock .. .... ..11 30 2t8 The officials to ba nominated are .
.two candidates for the legislature anda 3 Your home furnished complete: at small cost, and you can
Y 'terday's Results. candidate for county commissioner

THE WHITE STORE Atlanta 9; New Orleans 1. from precinct 4. : pay a little each week or- each monpermitsj \ i as your income: best :t
JOHN Little Rock 3; Birmingham t .
Nashville 4; Shreveport 2. For the legislature there three "
Montgomery 4; Memphis 0. contestants, Ofcarles. M. Coston who 7 .. ,
Phone 225 205-207 s. PALAFOX lacked but nine votes of having a ma-, : :. '

South Atlantic'. League. jority over five opponents in the ins r', .
(t = -st-: :" Won Lost Pet.
Augusta .. .. "'._ ..26 13' tai tial'primary, M. 0. ]Baggett and Mitch
Macon <. .. .. ... ..21 18 53a z; Jacoby. H. C. Clopton and John A. '
Charleston ... .. / for the
.21 19 526 Wiggins are the aspirants
Columbia .. .. ... _19' 20 481 commissionership in' the precinct
D. I. C E. L. Savannah .. ...* .. ...IS23.. 439 .
A. named. .
Jacksonville .. ... ".17 24 41:> The executive committee f.. ; will convene '-

Yesterday's ResultsJ.:.' Frioay(! June 15 to tabulate the,
Columbia 6;' Jacksonville returns and officially announcee the
'Augusta 2; Charleston 0. '*: result. .
Macoa. 3; Savannah Z. ,"((10.:i Innings); Inspectors and Clerks.
(Inspectors and Clerks appointed by
PROTECTS BOTH YOU AND FAMILY 'National League R' s'lt .: the Democratic Executive commltee\
Brooklyn: 2; Boston! 1.;: : of Escambia County, Fla., to serve in
Caho A. Redditt New York 2; Philadelphia.. the Primary Election to be held June
Manager Chicago 8; Cincinnati. 12th, 1906. are as follows:
Pittsburg 10 St. .
Louis 2.
; ... Precinct No. .J. W.. Cherry \Vill ,
FIDELITY MUTUAL' LIFE INSURANCE CO American :;-League.-- Results. Rich, John Henderson, Inspector! ; .
Victor Goldbach, Clerk. '
New York 14-1 ,
Boston 6 Washington; Philadelphia" .. 4.7 "Precinct No. 2.-Floyd Athey, H. C.I I """"" "" '- u''' _

CHIPLEY FLAG St Louis;2 Detroit 0. ...... .. Miller, J. F. Helton,Inspectors; J. A. !: d
: ; White, Clerk. _
.. Precinct No. 3.-E.::G.i i Brewton, W.
S. A. Ogurn? Special: Agent Fort Game To-day; :W. Fell W. W. Kirksey, Inspectors' ;
Barrancas and1 the 'Orioles'ot GeOrge'. Clerk.
MILTON, FLA. Pensacola will play at the' fortthis,\1Precinct, Aiorrill No. 4.:':"J.,H. Raines, E.. THE: SOUTHERN HOTELMRS.
afternoon .
and'a. fast""game:: i s
\ promised. ': Padgett, J. P.: Lahdgr'een, ,Inp., gtors;
< !C. P. Gonzalez ClerkJ"fPrecinct '
h ,., F. L. BOWEN, PROP,
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1 No. S.A. H Bailey, WIT. 'I

DOYOU S SUIPPING I NWS[ :'. : << White'FMter'Clerk.,, J. J. Shelby-Inspectors"** ; Louis. OPEN ALL THE YEAR. AMERICAN( AND EUROPEAN PLAN.

T, '.
MOLING .1 I Precinct No. 6.---Si Jt. Tate )
I Davidson, R M"Fleming.-Inspectors: 1
O E, Jennings, Clerk;i ii : ,SUMMER. RATES' <
have trouble with
any Arrlvced [ i Precinct No. 7. ''Wwft. Williams, B. A

Federica, Aust. ss, Zar, 2261/ New H. Hastings,. Thos., Rutherford, In: Pleasant, Convenient, Comfortable, Quisine Excellent,
r. "W. E. Tucker Clerk.
spectors ,
YOUR FEET ? Orleans to Gulf Transit : ;
Company. Special To'The Journal .
Cleared. '1 Precinct "No. 8.>:'Henry, Chalker, A. Set vice Up-to-DafeIf
C./Fillingim, A; H. Odor Inspectors;,
,if you do, there Is no necessity for it, g. G. HaskellAm sch, 569,, Staples iMolino, June. 2.-We are still haY;;, George Gibson, Clerk.
with 460,000 feet of lumber for Boston in'g warm weather with little. will call phone 490 drop us a postal or call in
when you can get the only original .' very I Precinct No. ?-J. T. Fillingim, H. you up person,
prospects of rain, though the- country H.- Gray, J. B. Huggins, Inspectors;
BUNION LASTShoe Rebecca Crowell, Am. sen, 491, Daw, folks say their crops are.very'good. '! P. 'M; Prltchett, Clerk. we will be glad to give you rates for either rooms, board or both.
with 382,000 feet of cypress lumber, Miss Tait has to to
for New York. gone Pen,3acola Precinct No. 104)e). Henderson, \,\ h' R' .
spend some time visiting friends. W. T, Godwin BenTF. Bryars, Inspectors -
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at my store that will make you Sailed.S. Miss Adda Fleming, of McKIinonville ; Surges Bryars, Clerk. : ::: :,"i, ::_ .. : _:.. I ,_ f -',:,' :,-,_, 1.
feel comfortable just to look at, and a G. Haskell, Am. &ah, Staples for was here last Tuesday on ner Precinct No. 11. B. M. Bryars,
dream of paradise when you put them Boston. way to Roberts Fla., to visit,relatives Richard EdMngs, J. W.: 'OTarrell, Inspectors
on, and only $3.00 and $3.50 per pair. Rebecca Crowell, Am. sch, Daw, for and attend the commencement. ; B. H. Bryars, Clerk. 4 ......., --- ""-"-"" """' ="'ii"'!
:All the latest shapes in Snow, Flor- New York. Several Molino !Precinct No. 12.--R. P. Reese, IL V1CTORSAFESThis
people'attended the
sheim and King Quality Shoes at from, commencement at Roberts last/rhur K.'Davis, J. G: Yniestra, Inspectors; Cheap Insurance is a Delusion.
$3.00 to $6.00, guaranteed to fit the VESSELS IN PORT. day night, among them being'Irs.. A. N.Knowles, Clerk.. i
foot .and the one trial and I 1 '''Precinct iNo. 13. : E. White, W.
purse; '
Steamships.Barendrecht r J. T. Bazone, Miss Clara Jacobi!, Mr.: We wish to state that we sell cheap insurance as well the Hmi
know you'll come again.JOS.COLEMAN. B: SWckland, J. C. Porter, Inspectors safe. was awarded.the as
Pleas. Dawson, Mr. Willard Crabtre ed payment:and "endowment policies. We tell
Dutch ss 2092, Hock- ;: J. G.Oliver, Clerk grand prize at the :you frankly that cheap!'
stra, Rio Janiero. Mr. Davis Tait and 'Mr. Jessie Datl y' !Precinct No. 14.- F. E. Brawner, .World's Fair, and al- insurance (does not pay In the end because at the age of 60 or 65 a man
Exmoor, Br ss Storehouse. 2297iiadiera They reported having had; a polly'good. Jcs. Brown; D. B. Reed, Inspectors; though inexpensive, it is is confronted-with a v 'largely increased premium and a probably
time. inability to it, while the t
pay better insurance
to Hyer Bros. Abe Daniels, Clerk. the best safe made. usually matures al a ;
Goodwood, Brit. ss, 1977, Brag, Rio Mrs. E. S. Barrineau, of Quintette, Precinct No. 15.-T. S. Caro, F. >E. time that its' use'Is most welcomed. Let us explain a limited pay f
De Janiero W. S. Keyser Co. and her daughter, Mrs. James Snow- Commyns, F. M. Whiting Inspectors; We Them in Stock ment or endowment policy:' to you. The Equitable has never failed to
212 S. Palafox St GuMue, Br ss, Harrison, Charleston den, of Beulah, were in Molino Friday; Joe V. Reira, Clerk. I Keep. fulfill every contract. I
to J. A. Merritt. but Mrs. Snowden was not feeling we 11Precinct No. 16.B. p Williams, C.
I ., ,. ,_ John L. Inglls, Am. tug, 98, Sheldon, and they made only a short visit B.s IFaircloth, James Hubbird, Inspectors and can giveyou.. Just Insurance, KnowlesBros.! Agts
--- -- what w'ant if I
New Orleans, to J. 'A. Merritt. ; H. H. Bachar, Clerk. yoU or we Fire. Life.. _
I .. -: Louise Ger ss 1480 Bohndorf, A.It. !Precinct No. 17.-W., H. Kilbee, H. haven'tgot what you Jsvant '. :,
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to J. we can.order. it for you I!-- ,
wcrp Schreyer. A.. Suggs, Sidney Clopton Inspectors; /t
Peturnia Brit. ss, 1093, FranklandCharleston ,,, Ice Cream Festival J. 1. HoYt, Clerk. and save you money. Drop _- .
;' to Julius Sirier. Precinct No. 18.':' J. A. Williams, W.J us a postal.
,Best Clothing for Senator, Brit ss, 30481. Pyle Orleans ...AND.... .
New ,; Brewton.H. T. Enterkin,
to A. Brown. tors; R. J. Bowman Clerk. Wm.,Johnson & Son, Inc. i NNIONNNON. .'.:PEJ,4H....IJA...4..............44.4444....b

DANCEto Precinct No. 19.-'W.; B. Miller, F. :

Fewest DollarsThat's Ships I be given at- the Al M.. J.Wood FUlingim, J. P., Clerk.Dawson, Inspectors; Incorporated. : Iron WorKs and Supply Co. !

Canara It!. ship, 1495, Repeats, Genoa 'Precinct No. 20G. W. McCurdy,, s Manufacturers lid< Repairers of MACHINERY AND i
tq Master. C. Hallr'f Mal. Martin; Jr., W. M. McCurdy, Jr.,, J'RXEto r.k. AND BOILERS
K. of A. hursdaJnne Or S.MiLL STEAMSHIP
our motto from j I Harvest Queen, Brit ship, Forsyth, y, Inspectors; Mark McCurdy, Clerk. opium users of, liud&nonu morphine, 0 REPAIRS, A SPECIALTY.( Prompt attention given, all *
i! Rio Janiero to order.Nordstjernnen. 7, 1906i; Product( No: 21. Preston Pierce, elixir of opium coi : day or night Agents fort,James to orders
first" to last and by the I Nor.: ship, 1,635, for tha benefit of St Michael's church. M. E. Henderson, R. I. Bradley, Inspectors Timber Dogs, iho"chainsof; all descriptions.McKay & Co.'s Office celebrated lag and t
Iraksen, La to'W.. C. R. Vaughn, Clerk. phone 123. Residence .
S. ;
Keys i o PIUMcalneOr1\or p ()ne W2S1. ft 0.!Boxm.
increasing sale of our & Co. ADMISSION; 25 CENTS, Precinct No. 22.-Clyde McDavid,, o 4......... PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. .
summer suits we judge Barks. MUSIC I BY BARRIOS' ORCH.ESTRAI W. F Brown, B. C. Jernigan, Inspectors AND"Be M..WOOLLEI, .,. ...........i s1Nt'Nt ........................ ..t.>>

Antigua, Nor bk 1348, Ferguson, ; W. H. Mayo, Clerk. 104N.PryoiSt. ,
the men are appreciating New Orleans to A. Zelius. :Precinct-No. 23H. D. Barrow, W. Vihisk d Cure Atlanta. Georgia.The I..
} De"gregorl Glo Botto, Hal bk, U C.. Kelly, R. J. Seymore, Inspectors? .o1NNN4N1tl1N4s O.i SNONONIN//IBS
our effort to supply Genoa,' to Rossasco'Bros. H. C. Killam Clerk I

King Mako1 n. It bk.Gufi, 1233,'Ge- I FRANK REHJLY, I
them with stylish suits tea to Huges & Co. Chairman of Dem. Ex. Com.. f Model. Cheaper Than Wood or Coal
of better quality for the Luisa, ItaL bk. 1591' Moatano, from ; A..H. 'AU MBERTE ... 1906 I
Nolloth to master. Secty. of eooi. '
R snug saving which our Lake Erie Itt bk;, 928. Eflgan, Bas n ; ,I Remington.1.1: :.Cooking.with gas !is much cheaper than with the use

som to Master.MonroviaNor. a CARD OF THANKS. either'wood' .or,' coal of.i.i
price nets them. Es- : bk; '1449. Aase, Hamburg .. I wish to tender my most sincere' Shoes :

pecially do we recommend -: 'to order. thanks to the clerks of the city for j Lighting With Gas. !
Port Sonoclan. Uruguay bk, 111 2, 1. their prettytho\.ghtrul gift. I trust; with its new billing attachments .. ,
our serge suits t I Ferres; Mentevideo' to German. Amerl you'will find your midweek holidays and instantly interchangeable : .
,, can Lhr. Co. pleasant and feel assured that your I tabulator and carriages I Under our reduced: rates effective June 1st. 1906 A!: t
in both blue and grey. t' Paalo Angelo, Ital: bk '1136 Bezzo. employers will also find them indirectly : ribbon movement, is.the two most.com-- color cheaper! .-than :with any other means of illumination, n')' *

Whether you spend ten j Precursore, Ital bk, Schiafano, 1508, profitable. With best wishes. plete combined I s excepting kerosene. oil If you would have better lights I
I Genoa to Rosasco Bros. -MRS.. A. ZE LI.3. s; and save' moxie, too, *
dollars or fifteen or .. Rebecca Crowell Am bk 4M, Daw, '. : "t ,: Billing and ; :
Porto Rico: to J. I.Kelly & Co. \ Use Gas. \
eighteen dollars for a Spero, Nor. bk '623, Bostig,. :Las It's fortunate for us that there is no Mrs. Mabel Sutton .bf' Muscoges, Correspondencemachine : e

I suit our price will both Palmas.Sterling, Nor' bk,. Ellepsen, Lablta, of speed Shoes law, for against if there they';iast quick.wV'would selling train came and to Molino spent the Friday afternoon on the noon with 'manufactured. Designed i i : Pensacola-- Gas Company f

please and satisfy. Bay to order.. have to interview "His"HonoV'. ;; in the Mrs.. Grimlor and Mrs. Bazone. She' as jt was for fast service built for : '
I Schooners.. morning. "We would have to explain went to Quinette on train-No. 5 to visit hard use, recommended by experts t i Phone. 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. i

165 Donna, Belize.ChristIna. Am' q sea, Mc Lend\ why Barrister our sales and Walk-Over increase. SweU'Shoes line$2.50.( it Mrs.. Jackson Barrineau.Mr. FUlfngln'. has been criti and offered guaranteed as the ideal against wear, it is I: .NN..............is...N4o..1NON..OONON0.NN/.

to cally ill for several .dars, but we are I ., ..
glad to report to 'his many friendsj : Typewriterfoiproducingthemostgoodworkin \: -
CITY OF PENSACOLA IMPROVEMENT 5.00.White throughout the country that he Is,
BONDS : & 'NixOUTFITTERS thought to be some better this morn!
H10 ANSON Denomination, 1000.00 each. Dated 11l$.. We wish him a speedy recovery.] the shortest time with the least effort. ;. The Followers of Izaak WaltonWill I I

Jan 1, 1906.. ,Maturing Jan. 1, 19 3G. Mr. and Mrs. C. H.Jacobi' have gonej l Write today for full description. I be deHghted with ousupply of fishing tackle. Every km;:
Redeemable Jan. 1, 1926. Interest to Greenville, OhIo, ;to spend the! Local Agents.?wanted forUnoccupied I of hooks, line and other fishing paraphernalia needed( by th-
payable, seml-annually., We month of June relatives and I i successful 1ish6l'maDon't Half j
GASH CLOTHIER, offer for Your Money's Worth or Your Mon?;lack visiting territory. take much money either.
sale these bonds subject prior sale, PHONE 790. ,/|' friends. II THE AR1THMOCRAPH CO. dollar will l dqlf] .youhaven't;. anymore, though a dollar will g"tbetter
in amount ;(o suit purchaser. Correspondence ,I a outfit
Consr Palifoi and Main, .invited. Next to New Brent Building JUST RECEIVED 100' GENUINEIMPORTED i. MajesticBldg., ChicagoJACKSONVILLE '

The .PeoPI is Bank of Pensacola ar 29 S. PALAFOXST.: PANAMA.HATS AT '. I ... Coe's. ... .2ook.store.' .
.) T'ensacoli, Fla. M. & 0. CLOTHING, .STORE' ; THEl. FLA. boat 235. ; 213 .... p.,.,.. 8tr*.t.P**..'ola
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a second prize in the weekly 'r vu."tItDI"R.- ':- I -
contest lyATemberte's! Pharmacy : I :
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offers a one pound box of Huy- :"i'v : i

ler's candy, and the puzzler whosa MONDAY' NYtPTHn I e .t at' ,..1'tllurrSDa : !
name is drawn second from the correct Tllf MY i iDNESM iW

answers received can secure ;t ,.;" .

bj calling at Mr. IXAlembert placeof / ;
business. This week William Davidson FRIDAY I ,
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of Warrington Is entitled Ho SA T1Jf,? AY \,;. '
:the prize dollar, and'can secure it by f MUM ,DESS RE i J'i t tli.i "
ca'fing at The' Journal office. The ''' '. ;'? '.
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second prize, a box of Ruf et's candy DR APRfL 9NQWERSl ';

was won by Judith laxwell, 20 ; ;'f'-I. .
W .Belmon 'street, ana1(! it will be delivered ; :. I
to her at IXAlemberte's : t' ;
pharmacy, as stated above.A '... :to. ,
whole division of The Journal's -; J .:
Puzzle: Army "fell down" on the pictures ', .
used -
representing "Implements 1.
on a farm," which were printed in I i -"
The Journal Sunday May 27. rr ht1 f. -

The funny'part of it is that more .l'y- .1
rnizlers: : who ,live on farms missedthe \. .

answers' than puzzlen; who do @ 4V' t .
tot jive on, farms. Which reminds t '

the puzzle editor of the fun enjoyed % t'I 5 t s ss.

a chili'hood,_when a relative who \ ..4.' -.: t s.F :
Gas! a drugstore was unable to ansier .
the question="What smells the tir : NOW JoHf'f' """ ;

[most; when you enter a drugstore?" -q TY/r.6/ THI) J ', .. j i .
He guessed everything from perfume 1 'Rev, YOUR F,7eETWS ?r'ND 1 .:
LHTE YESS OF.A2. ,Sb YcJj M4"A !. ; -
toothbrushes '"' THAT : ;
o sponges, drugs, etc., i) 11- QtNTE NMrM I" t'JTO- Y
hwttt, RI: f RE"ME/I48 ,t ,
and was thoroughly disgusted when 'R rr : s "
FEET TALL t'AMP FOre MJ "e < _
told the answer is-"Your nose." '-, _., tf YOU r i l AThWR.OCtoct ) : -
Correct Answers. : .
The correct answers to, the ;"Impli- Tr
rents used farm '
on a puzzle- pic- : ...
tares, are: ;
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N'o 1.-Plow.Xo :

; J 3.Binder.-Corn Planter. : 1

No. I.-Mower.No al Lj
\oXn a Wagon.

6.-Rake. ,
N". 7.-Harrow.No : j

: 8Thrasher.
Answers Received. ;
:!, uses' in Farming." nuzzle Die-_ J i iI
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Hires of last Sunday were received !
I rom the following Journal 'uzzlers: Mabel Hokett, city. I Alfman, city. dressed, and went tb The Journal's I I I for that "old silver dollar but next I cola, Fla.," instead of to Tuzzles, W. Effie Lillian and Jack 'Suggs/ ;

Everett Welsh, city. Fannie Beard, Florence Station. William Davidson Warrinton, Fla. business department: : I time be sure to address' your envelope Journal, Pensacola ''Fla."; "No. 5. Cornsetter." 1

Jeanette Farine, city. Everett Rice, city. Elizabeth Watson, city. Gwendolyne Buckner, 180 (IHaywood to "Puzzles, Journal, Pensacola, Ruth Head Vallie Brown, Alberta Eva Davis, 'No. 5: Cultivator." s
Reeba :Mae Dunham city. I
Kasten Soderquist. city. St, Asheville, N. C., "No. 7. Cutter. '
BelIa!! Murphy, city. Leona F. Murphy, "city. Margaret Bell, city. Juanita Simmons, Chipley Fla., O. Fla." Pourtless, Florence B. Carlin, Katie Ethel Neel, "No. 6. Cornmasher.

Julia Alfman, city. Charlie Brown, city Arthur Wilburn. city. K. I Nearly Correct.A 3L' Hartman, Walter llayo, Eua'.oe; Helena and Margaret Rauscher, ,

HiMa, Andersen, city. Hazel Jacoby Fisherville. : Hobart! Barrow, city.Pebey !Mack (Flowers Dothan, Ala., O. K. large pumber of puzzlers missed L. Fernandez, Rebecc Fondebila, Louise /Wolf and Edo Swain, will t, .

hvardndersen., city. Astrid Anderson, city. I Clarence Barrow Stokes, city.city. Leone McDougal.. Opp, Ala., O. K. "Nos. 2, 3 and 5." Those who missed John I. Walker Charles ;'Chunn, Bes- please not turn the flap of their envelopes ;
Marguerite: Mary Brown, city Leonard Gates, Delta, Fla., O. K. :
Genevieve Henry Andersen, city. Sadie 'Bernstein: city. Kathleen Stokes, city. Mary Jones, Delta, CTa., "No. 6.Oatsower. : only one answer are not. as numerous sie Davison, Mac Hodg}ins Came ia inside, but seal them on the-

Robt Cushman Daniels, city. Judith Maxwell city. Helen Stokes, city. ." as usual. Schmitz: Inez Croft, H. ;SL J. Wein- 'outside. All three lists were stuck ;
city. .
Susie Berry Brent, Fla. !Bessie Henson, city. Laurie Traweek, Bluff Springs. Braxton Blount. Jr., Carrabele'l! One of the best' written and neat holtz, Margaret Rauscher, Angus fast to the flaps this week and %\ii i

Clara Pebley Pepper, city. Mary Eloise Moneyway, Milton, Beach Gertrude Fla. Rowley, West Palm Fla., "No. 2 and 6" not .. est of the' nearly correct coupons received Woodland, Willie Rowlantf, Erie Quigley badly torn that it was difficult to de- '

Ida Mallory, city. Fla. _, Edo, Ewalne, c'.ty.! ('''Braxton need written not send two lists- has "No. 2, Engine," but has Violet Schmitz, Anita Villar, cipher them. That 'glue is put on ", f 1.
the one on the -
Eugene (Bessie L. Perryman, Crestview, only printed
Kerchoffer city. the flap of an envelope to fasten ;It..
Lucy Swaine city. "Puzzle i Answer Coupon," can' be neither name nor_-address. It is postmarked Tony S. Johnson. Annie- R. Pfeiffer, : ;

Floyd Latosky Hemphill Bray, city., city. Fla.Maude Clarke.- city. Millie Swains city.improperly noticed.! Try again my boy.) I'ma.& Pensa. May 29. 7 Norma Bazzell, Helens i Rauacber, on the outside, not to the contents: t

Robert Davis, Oak Field, Fla. Anna Henrickson;; city. ( Addressed.The All were rescued in time for the R. 4. R. M. t'.", and was addressedto Louise Wolf, and Aloysitis; Berry, all -

Stella Reinhardt city. Joseph Febro,.'city. .following were improperly ad- correct lists to get into the contest 'The (Pensacola? Journal Pdnsant ''"No. 3. Corncutter." : See page fourteen for Puzzle Coupon ",
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young Dr. Lorrimer re- "Yes; he settled in Bafter leav- relieved, and next morning his wife Dinner. was announced, and the Dr. Lorrimer started.
!, 'and Eloise compounded all sorts of i three sat down to a dainty meal. "Get away!"
WHE his appointment as ing college and got some .appointment I '
entrees and eeeteras that were with- There was no awkwardness no restraint Then he laughed heartily.
on a cijy board. There was a big I
physician to the stite prison .
i He dined If 6e had never
as "Didn't Biddy give the t
he was required to take scandal about bribery, or something, out the cook's province. Then they : you pate
tp his abode< in the house provided and he got sent,up. l JJoctor says it's went for a dr"ive. sat down to prison fare. : left" he asked of his wife.

1T the.6tate'ca grounds' of tho In all pontes and there wasn't- case When they returned, the cook met Louise looked with wonder upon "She gave me no note. She said you ,
stitution. against him." them with the Information- that Dr. Eloise. The girl was always pretty had gone out of town, and that :Mr.

This "Poor fellow! Will b"e have to stay Lorrimer had been called out of townon bright and tactful, but ;;tonight she Granger would be here." "-
residence was not to his wife's .
I'''!'MDg'aihe.wa! : depressed by the con- In long?" business and had had just time to VIIHJH LLLD'Prl' was positively beautiful' fascinatingand She went in search of Biddy.. '
make his train. brilliant. ,
'pack his grib and came back with the
t tacplatlcjj ti tbe big, stone building "No; his friends are wotking for a forgotten missive
Pith ttssesttaels and gray walls.To pardon! But you..must know that "He' left word that a Mr. Grangerfrom After dinner the guest was per- which read: "Louise: Have got to go
there is social..caste .in the prison as Chicago would dine here. / suaded to smoke one of Jack's cigars, to York&wn. Back tomorrow. Granger -
solate former jher >lone hours, she invited 'well as. out of it. The doctor, of "0, yes, 'a friend of his," said and he lingered until they trembled laid up with Blight illness but

!"fcrdweli a Ufcbme sahool friend. Eloise course, has a-'chance make It easy Louise winking at her friend, for lest he be locked out. As he was his cousin Phil Gtanger.-is here from ,
The to her for a visit. for him. 'Jack has made him his assistant the cook had not been let into the .1 i taking leave he said to; Mrs.. Lorri Chicago, and I Insited that he come ."

flake wrote invitation was accepted and and he stays In his office all !secret. 1 5 mer: ; over and make himself at home. ? :

following! Ttfonday.that she'would Instead she come the day, and sleeps in the. hospital in- "We; must not let it ;be stiff:. or t "I disliked to trespass{ upon your Jack." 1 .
on fiiturday. stead oLin a cell."- awkward. l'l\\ make the effort of my Pu ,. hospitality In your husband's absence "0!" wailed Eloise, recalling the' '

"P "I am so glad!". said .Eloise, sym- life''declared Eloise' but he Insisted, aid lam very looks of sympathy she had bestowed
paha4 to make a business trip I did and I want to thank you .
Ont pathetically. She kept her promise royally: glad and the urging of food upon him.
way, she "and "
Just explained, '"I. have never"met him, and he When the guest arrived Louise was t for your kindness. : Presntly the subject of their mirth .
formed in hour before train time he in- didn't want me to meet. him for the not quite dressed and Eloise' went into He took Eloise's outstretched hand Appeared and asked her to drive.

tere mo 'he was going through first time in prison; so I told Jack to receive hlnL \ with simply a bow, but she| could not When she went to her room for her
so I came with him. I knew It .
culd.n't bring him over to dinner tomorrow. "Mr. Granger she said sweetlyas be ignorant of the look cf admirationIn hat and gloves, her cheeks burned as '

.pake any difference to Jack says he was so pleased the tears she entered,the library, and a tall, his eyes. '. : she heard laughter from below and
You t "Isn't he fine! And youwere a darling knew what Jack
came Intohfs"Ye8_ when he invited handsome man:arose. "No, I am:not was saying.
But when they were upstairs unpacking him!" Mrs. Lorrimeri; She will ,be down, 1 1R 1r to him, Eloise!" I She was a little embarrassed by
Eloise's!: trunk the girl : : "I'll tell frankly, Louise, I the but
young "But why," demanded Eloise, directly. I am her friend Miss Ward- b you kindly quizzical look he gave
claimed: "Louise, you never could never met anyone I liked so welL"Dr. her on her therewas
make ; and
hide "does my presence any differ- well, and am visiting her at present.! t t'
anything. I know there is Lorrimer returnedthe; next restraint
come day some during the first f
ence? I'd love to help you give hima Then she told him of the sudden
reason why my coming today has discommoded at noon. of the ride. Then he
j part ended It.
: 'of for-
good time for a : departure of Dr. Lorrimer and, he informed -.
f you. I want to know what "Granger says you gave him a capi- "Miss Wardwell," he said earnest.
It getfulness. that he had seen .Jaek
tal dinner yesterday, and, Eloise, he ly "I never had
but Jack was afraid Just before he' left he so pleasant an after-
b"I'll 1 thought; so, ,, and then ex-:
tell )you Eloise. The doctor first talked of you every mine .e.of the 15I noon as that of yesterday, thoegh I
you:might object.. eat proposed plated to her the nature of the business
has spent with him in the office just could not understand the look of
Invited Will Granger to dinner having him here without let-; which had called her host'away.- pity
tomorrow now. in your eyes until today, when Jack
ting know'his identity/but he Eloise had opportunity to' study t
"I felt so sorry for : hipr that It told me of your mistake. Then I,
"Who'' Is Will Granger, and why. was ashamed of .the' proposjtlpn as this man who was paying the_penalty
siu for seemed as if I could notjdo: enough to realized how generous and noble it .
my coming Interfere with his soon as he hadmade't.: alleged crookedness. In his "
flni.1 his stripes," strong-featured give him a pleasant afternoon. was In you to be so gracious to one la
here! "I'd have known from' face noble brow and ,
"He Is going to askyoii! drive distress. I trust our acquaintancewill :
"Why you see, dear Will Granger laughed Eloise., earnest eyes she read neither1..weak
> this afternoon. He will be over soon not be a passing one."
It one of ty t convicts!" "Qh dear, you are as, Ignorant; as\ ness nor dishonor. __ ELOISE GAZED AT HIM PITINGLY. I I : '
to Invite Granger was Just in tim
"How cxcttin?! He was the doctor's I was! of prison!*life. They don't wear "He must be Innocent' she you. pardoned
her 1 "For a drive! Why can he get to b& present at the of oil
iu : wedding *
hst look of pity
:friend at college, wasn't he? Ire stripes. thought "and yet even if he were and I am sorry for him. [hers -snd at

heard th4. -doctor spealt of .him.: Dr.-Lorrimer's,,, 'mind_,was-ireatll.- -'--'.crooked/.lie 'is paying the ->>.!aaIty,. :'At.th. moment_ ,his' giants_met eyes_- __I5> flushed-. slightly,, oj awa !:,. : f r k. cousiiv.-.fb.! to 3st._Eloise'....1.r _,..._'''.. :?- -pY
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-TO *
1jy since the shapely, pretty figure: F
'*' senate but .1 many of them deplored !
; position to : loss of their .
: girlish
Jl tor i

: SUM IT ALL UP : whereit whatever,After after childrenisoftendestructire marriage The bearjof ,i L

: the bill' ..'" jJ. to the mother's shapeline5s. ;
the house All of this can be avoided

embodies all the ed.to the ; Mother's Friend before baby comes, as thi;
American Queen good points ago. It
for prepares the body for the strain upon it,

r; I found in the most excellent beer. They consist, first, .: \ methods friendly some to of ;-of her carries form.the Mother's expectant Friend mother overcomes safely through all aria the

t.k : Lc of the best imported Hops; and Malt from the finest .. \ housethe through in' Jell of pain.the benefit It is and woman's relief greatest derived from blessin
{i: /11k1 malt growing regions of the world. f 'But.speaker he felt :

f I I iY Both are prepared for use through processes insuring the sons Asa prompt'. who sop t Motber's I!.

?r absolute cleanliness. No air ever touches the ap speaker" put sent free. .

1 oiiiri'9 wort (not even "filtered" air), making bacili infection fl \ most in dar.a But Ailiata, Gi rlJe n d i!

,. impossible in of move'pure

I. on. .

efforts The of w capped mountains and cool!, pure, bubbling

t American Queen patent producers medi of e:: zest of Bohemian Hops added, when you
that will be
f will ba an

it! The Yeast used is the very finest. The aging lasts for of given these a A. B. C. IS THE A. B. C. OF PURITY.

l 1 months and months, until the beer is ripe beyond possibility passed I

\s ,' of biliousness, and as a final precaution, every bottle is sterilized There has ,i : CALL IT

t'" ., and after Senate !'
pastuerized being sealed.
of Senator :
k b; American Queen is a woman's beer, a child's beer and af Dakota in B. C.
election. If
( "
man's beer. It is wholesome, beneficial and health-com tions !

f t;:". R r -Q: '; ;l:.' pelling; best for the home, for outings, or on draught. in feat;the'of case a 1 I I,


i' 'ii ti Call for it wherever you drink beer and don'tbe and striking | ;;

imposed upon through substitution. Gamble } I .
r4 r4Y the 'f. hemia every::;.,

i- Acme Brewing Co. bill railroads.did not !* :: best our hop supply.produce of '

MACON, GA. f But state,it and did : -at little country J
/ able I' ; :: finest quality
Watch fox our out ad on"The Brand to Remember," ss jd ble routed I !' ;the world. We +

t'f was a Ii for the best
against tM
t'. chine. The I In all the world.
t.f f from South j best material

Gamble, :
{tc, home 'to
Ft.= the fact !

t.r is that the condition of,things during ter cannot.- If Leisbman were an am-I I re-election I BEERS Iiame canBlewi>Ig g
; UNITED STATES AND the, time that Abdul was kept in ignorance bassalor he could no loner be put Some ; ST. LOUI3.
of Mr. Roosevelt's elevationto i off with excuses. This is the reason ridicule the :
the Presidency proved highly con- why it is desired to raise the post to the railroad :bottled
t THE TURKISH EMPIRE venient to the Turkish Foreign. Office I an embassy, and this is why Constantinople senate. One EXCLUSIVLY at the Brewery in
an5: it is deslr ble.,to keep it up. views.the proposition with House the only Beer whose PURITY can be
!\ The relations_between Turkey and I consternation. just the
v the United States 5,5 .
are peculiar.Ve "The
Itt the reverse and is causing much discomfort are frequently obliged; to send warships I Convinced there is no likelihood of!I by the
Proposition to Raise Legation to and dismay at Constantinople. to Smyrna and other places to'I action at this session of the Smoot lot of ... Distributer, PEHSAGOU
"make a demonstration." Abdul is in case, the leaders bf the movement to made, .
Embassy Not Pleasing to The official Turkish. explanation of a chronic state- ..of owing the United I oust the Morman Senator have decided 000,000 i:1 l ',' ; t y .-- .
States money and of not being willing part of the
Chekib Bey's.long delay in presentin'shis to make an appeal to the country -
The Sultan. credentials,is that the credentials i to pay up. It is never impossible I for help. The largest and most my mind
must of course, be made out to President f that the .United State$ may find it desirable impressive pstition ever presented to. this
oosevelt, and that nobody in i to give his passports to a I Congress will be* secured by the, anti- hope that '
Constantinople dare tell Abdul Hamidof Turkish*minister for tha. sake_ of dun- Smoot interests and filed in the Sen- weight" inarAe'l
1 PECULIAR!. CONDITIONS THAT EX. a change of administration that ther impressing the Sultan. It wouldbe ate in on effort to compel action of He ra, '
; : would involve the explanation that impossible, however, to give pass some kind on the big longdrawnoutcontest. vision would
I 1ST IN RELATIONS OF THIS President McKinley had been assasi- pcrts to a minister who has never ed by the 0
sinated. presented his credentials.This One million all the e
COUNTRY WITH TURKEY-THE petitions urging the expulsion -
The Sultan's morbid horror on the state of thin'gs. gives great of Senator Reed Smoot already so that ,
CASE OF SENATOR SMOOT-DELAY subject of the assassination of his satisfaction to 'the :Turkish Foreign have .been gathered. They are I agreed td
fel} w-rulers is well known and has Office say these who, tell the story being bound in forty-five separate definite. Botanic
IN ENACTING PURE FOOD, been often described. None of his and there is no likelihood that it will volumes, one for each state in the The cure, Blood Balm (B. B.
i the ) i the world
Senate need
LEGISLATION. officials dares to mention political speedily be changed. Union. As soon as the bound petitions you to effect a per-
jI assassinations to him. for fear as *- come from the bindery they will prohibition cure. Even the most obstinate
I j Is correct. \'
much of the consequences to them- Chekib Bey has been ""informally", be presented in the senate as a pro- pass forms of eczema have been per. 'I\
: I selves as of the effect on the Sultan's recognized. He cannot transact any test against the manner in which the "ex-TJnon which resisted the united ef i
t Special to The Journal. happiness. He has never been informed 'committee on elections has been
important business and his positionhers of medicines
Confea'erate and
f Washington, D. C., June 2.There many
of the murder of Mr. McKinley is not much better than that of dodging: the question of whether or Senators, or testimonials
I is an interesting story of complicated' i and still that 'Mr. ; substantiate this state-
supposes he is the representatives, of "juntas" who not Smoot is entitled to the seat of the entire
f international relations behind Senator: President of the United States. were formerly active in looking out he occupies. Civil War. want a cure instead of a costly ex.
i-tKnox's Diplomatic proposed Consular amendment to the Hence Chekib Bey's credentials are fothe affairs of'embryo republics If the present session adjourns and as for Botanic Blood Balm, and accept I
don bill which and provides APpropria'l addressed to McKinley and until They were able however to care forth without action as is new reasonably to the A never-failing cure for eczema.I I
some one musters up courage to tell {' interests of their' employers in a certain, the anti-Smoot leaders will
:American Legation at Abdul Hamid of the event at Buffalo at all druggists, sent
or receipt
general way, and so is he. set about accumulating ten million on
-f be raised to the rank of an embass}'.! and of the subsequent history of the la the meanwhile most of ,the business -, petitions to back up those already is now Qoitlesfrr $2.50, 6 bottles for $5.00. .
Under law
the existing the
United States, Chekib Bsy will never between the two gathered. This will Ballarfs
countries is! be by far the
:: authorized to raise a legation! an BALM CO.. jj
get the right credentials. Atlanta. Ga.
t embassy when the request comes I .- transacted at Constantinople and not. largest appeal of this character ever ily liniment
\\Tashington.. Transacting business submitted to Congress. The Mothers' tury. A
from 'power. has
fi made such Turkey This, as stated is the official Turk- with the Sultan is a thorny task Congress is a leading factor in this tism, Burns,
no requestIn I ish explanation. Another, unofficial, for the American minister, and out of movement. gia etc.,
L connection some curious with Mr.facts Knox'sproposed about but obtaining some credence here that proceeds, much to the disquiet of A poll of the senate committee on berry, Mo.,
among certain diplomats is that Turkey, the desire of Snow
the United elections
has been
t the relations between the two countries taken to ascertain
while this version ,
was undoubtedly States to make an Ambassador of i all pa'n.' I
out the sentiment regarding Smoot It
become of interest. One is that
true in the first place it is "
no longer Minister Leishman. !
II When praise.
L. become: confirms the
impression that
Chekib general
Bey the Turkish minister, so. Those who hold to this second
for !
necessary Mr. Leishman to present -! the committee
i has been here for more than four version believe that is favorable to the Mormon
1, : years without presenting his creden Hamid< never learned of while McKinley's Abdul American business to tha Sultanit I, but lacks the courage to face A r
takes him months of ---'"
'- tials. The other is that the proposi assassination he has been ,informedof popular disapproval by refusing to ------- -- -- !
persistent nagging ibefore he can see turn him
out of the Senate.
tion to the
raise legation at .Constan
the Presidential of
: election in 1904. the potentate.An Story """""""" '
a c--
tinople to an embassy, whiltlpparently ; t- The reason why Chekib does not ambassador k9/y
a compliment to can demand to seethe (Friends of pure food legislation are d
Turkey, is really present his
credentials now, they Sultan
!< say as a right, which a minis very much worried: over the status of Not long

:s" Michigan several a Date Plumbing. is Unhealthy tic y

woods near 1 fixtures,and systems as made and

.iC Sam I ) : some years ago were'very efficient fi

CAUSE trapper. jpiany improvements; have been made; recently '
ONE-THIRD barrel
KIDNEY DISEASES OF according I j old plumbing system is not only, unsanitary, f

THE TOTAL DEATHS., longer one. : the health-' ,of the occupants of the house inI' C..

'It was a use. -

L When the Kidneys fail to perform their functions properly:by not straining out the poisonous b'ar to the as fur- !I'I Plumbing Out. qf Date j? r

waste matter from the blood as it passes through them, the poisons are carried by the that gi n. :I j!
: circulation it-hadn't If so, the members I
every part:; of the body,. deranging the different organs. This causes heart never ha' I I of your household are I

trouble, stomach trouble,' sluggish liver and a host of other ills, all due to deranged Kidneys. one"How of the:: ::, I :. constantly, risking thc r I

health. Defec-\e
; ;
.1. : 1 l
+ : I :
i't: ;old guide plumbing generates r.
"in' .on /day : h .germ-bearing: sewergases t :

Li[ k seven does' I r which'pollute I \\!
pulled :
up \
: atmosphere cann:
tiJ ;I:called th' J 4 : f'r' ".
but be breathed b:
help : I ;J
i corrects irregularities and f let go
cures .Kidney and Bladder diseases in
every form, tones up the 'ny ,noise,' I I the occupants. Sewc:1: :
t j 'I i
t. CURED OF BRIGHFS DISEASE. whole system, and the diseases that have ,up, V Jhere : I gas is dangerous and"- !
', Mr.Robert Q.Burke,Elnort.Saratoga Co.,N.Y. -write: .I am glad to have an oppor- resulted ,wild geese i I strongest conKitirini t
from I 'I'II
tunlty of telling what munificent results I have Ud from udng FOLEY'S KIDNEY .disordered Kidneys disappear ',
. ; REBarter ntving tried oth.r advertued medicines Q4 teverel pbyucitos. Before I bena ;I.was in a I : cannot long withstands
t with It I had dropsy to get an ur from u to 10 times each night to relieve my bladder, I was all bloated up because the cause has been removed. Com- :th' geese 'n' : I I, S
my eyel cht was so impaired that I could scarcely see one of my family ill effects.
, across the room. In fact. I-was so badly used up that I had gtvea.p hope of livi1g .taking FOLEY'S lat I i
,;' r.UrgeaDy.lrenaMlryrU4.E-8 CURE. One jo- ent bottle worked sliver. condition of your plumbing, in order to
:!_.. S5ffiHo Kidney to me.trouble. Ny bottle friends the were superfluous surprised flesh that bad 1 was gone cored al well as aa they all at the first sin of danger Do not risk wanted : ; and install the best and most sanitary fu: "
I Every few days some
one comes from miles learn dr
!t the Ja.a name tried it oC had&i104 the wonderful tQ be beAeAtted.medicine that. cured me_oe BriCht'.Disease, aDd away cot one that having Bright Disease or Diabetes. ',of the old $tea4atf Baths and One-piece Lmtoric
I was too I guaranteed. If this is done, your home w:1::1
Two Sizes 50 Cents and 100., :ed. Th'
c comfortable. Ask for booklet "Modera
the buck 11j
"" ;
: -
t 1 SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY -. ten'geese,
kicked so. -
c ie'
a crick, &
W. A. DAIemberte and bootlegs r : CO.f "
f, ,, Apothecary, 121 Palafox Street. ,never tie g seen T'b 1"


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John .Massey. JacksonBrandon.', .'.. ... Wr T. .Bidwell.ELECTF'Ic DISEASES TETTER tt :
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DEEP[[r WATER T[ 'ECZE&1A\ ; !: 'J11r

SIGNS r There nothing more distressing! than an. itching, burn- PQCIPIUQIQing I I : -rf

skin.'diseaseiand: :\ upon.the return of,warm weather those rOUnlHOlOjwho 0 c t

ciTY are afflicted with-skin-troubles: find the symptoms appearS A L T R H F 11 Ming :: Pl;
and know that they will be tormented through the hot ** n n 111. 0 f;iE

summer ,months: The blood is heated with,humors;and acrid matter, and as they are forced .' WfrS

ARE BUSINESS its to the surface the skin seems to be on fire. The treatment of skin diseases with exter,1: : -, ;
Pensacola and
GETTERS AdvantagesSet nal applications is all wrong, because they do not reach the trouble which is in the blood. .' :,' < '_

} in' Letter'to such-treatment ,be do is allay the and and "'" : '
Forth The most can expected itching burning cover 1 ,':..
} : up the trouble for awhile, but as soon as it is left off? the disease returns. :

ic,Signs>attract the eye when all other : Southern Trade Paper. All,food taken into the.body contains, in.some form, the elements necessary to sustain .$ ,!
t. .,H 1 J T
.v the different parts.: One portion is used for '
"S1gns"ateasleep, and:are working for while :; THE'ITCHING. WAS ALMOST UNBEARABLE.
I you The following letter from Mayor the making of blood; another for muscle, < _
.you 'sleep. Prosperous business firms in all ;Bliss :Appeared in the last issue or Dear,Sirs-My body broke out with a rash or eruption r ; .
bone still another for fat and
". .\v The Tra 'esman. published at Chattanooga one so on. which in spite of all efforts to cure continued to get worse. >
> metro 1itan cities use electric. signs, and they -.' "" / r After these different properties! are extracted The itching,. especially: at night, was simply terrible; it j'.';
v : ., f"? would almost, disappear at times, only to return worse .,. ':
find inhabitants : : i
them profitable. Pensacola is a city'ot 30,000 from the food there still remains aportion ;
They'll profitable.to you. It is situated on the western than' ever.. I had tried many highly recommended prep&i. i,
that IS useless or waste matter rationswithout benefit, and hearing of S. S. S. determined i ::1
of Pensacola Bay about eight ,
shore to give; it a- fair trial, and was inexpressibly delighted :; Tff !!
miles from the open sea. Pensacola which is intended to be disposed of through ; ,
when a few bottles cured me entirely, removing every i
We Do All ,harbor is one of the three great natural of the blemish and from I shall not fail to :
I Classes of Electrical Work. world'. is | the natural channels bodily waste, pimple my body. recommend g; I
of the It

.- l harbors perfectly S. 8. S. whenever &a opportunity occurs to do so. J t .'
I landocked! and has plenty of Liver, Kidneys. and Bowels At this season Escoadido, CaL L. MARNO. t ,E'
deep rater, inwhich all the navies of the however these become : .J i
: ; organs
year .
the world can anchor and still
i lof
< < i have room to spare for the-merchant torpid, dull and sluggish, and fail to.perform this duty-and.these'accumulations- remain in &- ; 'l'

and do it quick and :well, no m'aUer how big or f marien. The ,entrance to tae harbor the system and are absorbed by the blood ferment and sour, producing burning acids and :

how small. from the*sea is'a direct! course across nourish, the while in this impure condition.
I'Caucus shoals through a dredged acrid humors. The blood cannot properly system t '

R ,We are agents. for .t the -"Reo" Motor Cars channel 33 to 35 feet.in depth and and begins to throw off these acids through the pores and glands of the sJlnJ producing Acne, ; : l .,J:;
!: 300 feet in width; so that all vessels Rheum and diseases of description. J' : ,
Eczema Tetter Psoriasis Salt skin every
i can enter and depart at,all titfes with "I
t,[ perfect safety. There is" safe anchorage ECZEMA appears usually(
RS' soon as the harbor is entered which there flows a sticky fluid that dries and forms a crust, and the itching is intense. It .; } .
from the outside |
Pensacola Electric I which is 3'roUes .t ,4.
Company ,buoy The water near the mouth ofj is g generally the back, breast, arms, legs and face, though other parts of the body may be : H ,

| the harbor is about 60 feet in depth,,I afflicted. In TETTER the skin dries, cracks and bleeds, and is often very painful. The acid ,/ {i):'

1-I'I[ decreasing Pensaeola to harbor 33 feet is at protected Pensacola.by a- in the blood dries up the naturalvoils of the skin, causing a dry,.feverish, hardened condition r : l'

Phone, 570; ;,, 205 South Baylen Street. fort now known as Port Pensacola.} | and giving it leathery appearance. ACNE makeslits': appearance on the face in the form of 9.' ':l-.

f.a A.. t vhich'ccmpriscs Fort McRae and old the Fort numerous Pickens bat old [ pimple and black-heads, and is particularly; disagreeable because of its unsightly appear- ;!'J::..;;

W.VHA' + ++*M'There's *+ y \ teries that have been placed along ance, while PSORIASIS, a scaly disease, comes ,Jin patches on different parts of the body. 1 ::'

-NWWtMi 'mouth the Island of the anJ'-the: h3Fhar.:mainland: : These near cons'stof the ,One> of the worst forms of skin disease is,SALTRHZUKI. It discharges a watery;flu d, f rm:1: : J: ;

.... I 12 inch disappearing gags, 10 inch ing sores and producing intense itching. The head and face_are the parts'_usually affected, 'J F

::\. u "S ;.. m .. ..".. ....... u -, disappearing, masked guns"8&,inch inch mcrtors disappearing :ol- and sometimes the hair falls out and a mass of sores forms on the scalp. I' -}rJ' :

N the modern guns: type and' several bat These and all skin diseases are due to the same cause-burning acids and humors in 4 l :t ijl'

IN A LUMBER CAMP I teres: of different sizes of the! rapid, the blood, and'until this vital fluid is cleansed and made pure they will continue. The best ; l f: tSf!: .

N fire The order.Pensacola navy yard.f 13 situated l treatment for all skin diseases is S. S. S., a remedy y that is purely vegetable, being made .entirely & i i !:Ai

I half way between the mouth oi from roots, herbs and barks, and acts directly on the blood with a cleansinghealing ,t1Je
I TWO JOURNAL REPRESENTATIVES PEND' the harbor and the city of Pensaco'-a. i blood that the skin instead of t, h :
:: A FEW OURS AND TEll OF WHAT THEY' : ect. It neutralizes the acids and purifies the so being ; : ,!'
It is the oldest! navy yard in America: .
I SAW AND HEARD THERE. : I and the government i$ equ'pping it blistered and burned by the fiery fluids, IS nourished by a supply of cooling, healthy blood. ]* '*
I I with the latest modern machinery of waste or fore m {ter r i:
f-. i I It down into thecirculation and forces out every particle +gn .
.--- ._ "' ;;;""'''' "'' '' ''': ''' ''''' ),), goes
U 'h''''' 'I'-"S"''' ''''_'''" [ and buildings. One building is just builds'lds the blood and cures all skin.disease&promptly s'; i.
up ;
being completed at a cost $175,000.
The yard is equipped with dry docks and permanently.] S. S. S. does not leave'the least-par: : 1i't,
the ThreenSpot now. "Yes; it wouldn't be allowed' in pcol at Lockhart mill, wh'ch boastscf one cf them befog the famous Span- outbreaks but
The Three-Spot! What fora tide of the poison for future entirely'ridsthe /il I .r
a name soma localities.: :i; being the largest producer cf fin- ish floating cTy dock obt3:ned from
train!, There was the engine one. And a pine Tenet" cleft the' atmosphere ished lumber in tie worn Spain during the Spanish-American blood of the cause for all skin diseases. I;:j Jt.-

box car and a string of "skeletons" missing the head' of a newspaper I I The horses are great pets tMiile I war. which has a lifting capacity of S. S. S. tones up the system and regulates the ,-, t ":.
as the log cars are called. The en' man by a'narrow 'marrln.. I .x
they may feel the lash occasionally! ,I 1,300 tons. '
one pushed the box car and the boxcar 'Among the ''first ones' we talked toe 'It is never applied! to- them in genuine |i IF'ensacola has always been the Liver, Kidneys and Bowels so that they will carry off I:"

pushed the skeletons. Thus w I, was the colored "pasture" of the anger. The work'is' very hard.j leading port for pitch p'ne timber, the natural waste and refuse matter thorough the proper i:J

the rode out before-mentioned of Lockhart, Ala.-on box top car-oi, his neighborhood.subscription, He''was when. about his favorits'to -payi f:ding Logs is are accompanied heavy loads with. ..and much the sk friotion. d-I of and the of leading recent years pox.tsi has iu naval become stores one channels, instead of leaving it to be absorbed by the 'f -f i t.: t Lt

bound for the lumber camp half a dog barked, as if ..he -had treed a' When one hearsthe name i i I iu the world. The-jexports: amounts blood. ,Nothing equals S. S. S. in the treatment: of these troubles and for building up the N.ll

dozen miles' away. It was 'a wild I different "cooa" and the. dominie decided -, "Blue Rib:;oa"- app1: d to a skiimv j to over 115,000,000 .'a, year and 'are Write for treatise skin diseases and medical advice you wisli. :; Vl.t'Ve
ride and it health. our ou any
over smooth '
was 'avery to postpone feast of reason for'feast old nag Uiat-has about served.its usefulness jl I steadily increasing. ,, general .
bed for a log"road. They call it the of substance. One tf us went ito te need not contemplate ap i Th.3 city's! manufactures- consist: \ make no charge for either. JHE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA GA \f1'i 1 ; r:
"Dixie Route.
abbreviated "Dr. Ry"and a knot of men and found 'th'em loa pealing to the Soc'ety for the I
preven- chiefly of the of pitch pine.;
j products -
therefore nicknamed the Doctor ib. Germans and .Swedes. Notaing!tion of
Cruelty to Animals: in such cases.
is jconsiderable.'fertilizer cotI
toe. -. ; -- doing'thefeVyeither. well! Can't i HOTELS AND SUMMER RESORTS. : J 'f
:- > .:OA. The ,
OnePSpot 1b3 Wo-Spo\I whiting
Newspaper men seldom::visit, lumber get ;a subscription 'from, 'everybody. I and : ton-seed oil i and inanufacj i DIRECTORY
; came into camp while we there.j tured here. : '
camps. More.should. would .
these. men had not'always '
enjoy their vlslts.,,So: also would the been woodcutters* .We found a pro: These are smaller! and: ..s'ower trains.I I} The city is -''growing very rapdly! "A DELIGHT." Joppa Lodge No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. J :! .
lumbermen. When we reached the fessor of.mathematics, ''aji x'mayor.1' but The engines are of, the slower noisy' having doubled its population in the LAND OF Joppa= : Lodge, No.6, L 0. 0. F. ...j i i.r..
powerful of locomo I
Shay type .
camp we found it to be 'a string of two legal.lights}! a dantist (getting up last ten years.Recently meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30: ( i : "
tive.! Tae works are all s'de I Ii .
cars specially fitted for occupancy. his muscle .likely jvith rocf pulling), on one j $750,000'were voted for o'clock at Odd Fellows! Hall. Belmont ; e' ;
One is a complete office, another a half a dozen sailors, a Jeweler a and wheels.consist largelyof. bevel seared j Ii i public improvements, $100,000 oi i THE BE4UIIFUL SAPPHIRE COUNTRY : and Baylen street Visiting brethren .-. ,: : t. .
kitchen with modern appointments butcher, two painters! a .baseba1, 1 which was to be spent Hn the con- I am: cordially 1n\ited. ;-
one OQ Either end of the kitchen car player, a 'blacksmith and eight or ten! They invited us to supper Wouldwe | rtruction of a new water wol -1.-': T. H. FLEETWOOD N. G. ,'. .I',
is a dining these go? Well, rather! And such a I $250.000 for drainage and sewers; : J. Vf. Sec.31jan6m. '
room, and are ves- students. I' ELEVATION FROM 2,250 TO 5,000 FEET. GINGLES. "
tibuled with supper! It was not composed of the ana( $150,000 for street paving. $300I ,- '
mosquito nets. The others : ; .
are bunk cars. !Both"of us newspaper men are from I "stuff that dreams are made of" but I Our of taese bonds were recen.iy bom> Gcregous Mountain Scenery, three magnificent lakes, countless ': 'I" ;
Michigan>ne of the greatest of lumbering of beautiful waterfalls, pure and bracing air; trout fishing i in streamsand t.i
We muscle-building food. The b'scuitsand : bearing interest of 4J/2 per cant, and '
want at once into the woods j i Pensacola Lodge No. 3, K. of P. t1I
where the men were cutting down states-and' -we found a num- bread were great mountains of!! selling at a little 10:. These: bonds lakes boating bathing horse back riding driving mountain I meets every :Monday evening at 8 : r ; :}
timber. The crash and the thunderof of Michigan men at y/ork in the camp.'I Iffhtness,. the hot tea was a sound I brought the best prices ever paid for climbing and all indoor amusements. [.o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall falling pines was heard on every They knew :persons'.w know. We] sleep producer, the hole in the Doughnuts municipal! bonds in the state of Flor'Ida. FIVE CHARMING HOTELS. over Pou stable W. Intendencia St. ;". i .'j. '
hand. The men work in pairs and knew persons they know. Soon we was not a lare one there was: TOXAWAY INN, Lake! Toxaway.JFAIRFIELD' INN, Lake FaIr. I Visiting brethren cordially welcomed '. ;f t "
were always ready for a moment'srest were chatting like old friehls and plenty and no one complained if Oliver .I''I' Bids will, ba opened on the 21st of now open. I H. AIKEN, Man! field, opens July 1. W. H. & C. J. A. KIRKPATRICK, C. C. 'i
while we sought their subscrip comparing notes on lumber statist'cs! Twists had seats 'at the table. this month! for the construction of anew ager. Spacial rates during J1.Ine.A.. MARTIN, Manager; HORSLER K. of R. & S l-t r'lH. .
tions. weather politics and everything else., After supper we rode back to Lock-f city hall and on the first of Junt: \[SAPPHIRE INN Lake: Sapphire, | H

"Yes I do want The The cutt rs'work in pairs. Therrequipment hart on the engine.! There must for the construction of storm drains THE: FRANKLIN, Brevard opens now open. MRS. P. CRISP, Man. g Meetings of the f t t'l...
Journal. af consists of two-hand
'a have been twenty of us crowd-ad on and sewers. Managarf, :
1. A. LAMBORN ager. KnIghts of Columoua 1
firmed July
a big wood-cutter. "How'd .ye cross-cut saw an" ax, a bottle of kero-1 the engine tender. I. :
and We had a The prices in real estate have been are held at their hall 1. .-
find us? two wooden' wedges and ant' train of loaded Summit of Mt. Toxaway, now open. MRS. A. BUR "t I
sene ; skeletons beh'nd us on th;; up grade for some: t'me. THe LODGE, No. 8 West Intenden- .
"By the noise eight-foot rod The trze selected for, anl: some speed was made corning DICK, Mana'ger. -
A franchise been cia street,
has granted to the on
"Eh? '. felling is chopped .EO that .It wil fall in. Joke and repartee flew faster Pensacola & Northeastern Railroad The hotels are modern: and are noted for perfect service.. .Addresi Monday evening every at if t I
"Well it's the man who makes In certain direction! then the saw'' than ;j {
'the cinders aid: sometimes Co.. and another franchise to the Pen- either hotel for rates. 7:30: o'clock. An In- ?:l i' '
who is.sought' after. is applied. to' .the oppo3iteside an-l, burned and stung! as tiey did. Whenwe saccla, Alabama & Western Riiirc; For descriptive, booklet and general information address .italion Is extended i.t 4 i.
"Guess that's 'Bo. too. We do,get the, swishswish.'of.Its'passage! came in sight, of the! burning pile Co., granting certain privies fcr Lake Toxa ay, N. C. to visiting Knights. t} t ..
lonesome here specially on Sundays, through wood;;:aceellerated< by7 help'of of slabs: some one remarked that Vesuvius certain considerat'oas! whch have!I' JOHN C. BURROWES Pres., JOHN B. JONES, : t : ;
and are glad to have something- to wedge' and ,fr3quentNoirng. in' was again -eruption.., We been complied'' with the! railroad: company Special rates at Toxaway Inn! during June. The Tcxaway,Hotel Co. J. S. LEONARD Grand Knight, .; : .
read. Got'any" wore'orders; ?" '- the fall to. earth\ ,of, the' straight stopped near the foot of VesuvIus and paying the money for the prop- The |lake region of the South. > Recorder t t I '
"Yes, sir.: stemmed pine whose' feathery top fairly so far as the-newspaper men were erty for-depot site and terminals.: ; ;:-4:': "You ouht to' get, a lot." sweeps the cobwebs. from -the" -sky in concerned they had .had: a new experience Th.3 oil about Pensacola. is of a Daughters of Rebekah.'t: : .
"And how did you find U3?"; asked its descent. Ther trunk' is .then cut 'and a pleasant and profitable sandy nature, and no dust exsts? except I Naomi Lodge No. 10, Daughters of t.: .
mother.: into 16-foot lengths ,Later the logs day They had made; 'friends: and are ,upon the improved streets, which I Rebekah meets every Monday night -.f: .'
"By your loud plaid shirt" are'hauled'to l loading stations;sk'dded! : I rather impatient, for-the day to come makes it very beneficial to those afflicted ANNUAL DIVIDENDS at 8 o'clock in L O. 0. F. hall. VIsit. k} .
"It is a loud, one." j onto the skeletons 'and 'drawh.to ,the when they may revisit the camp.AE1ic with pulmonary "trouble. Th? ing sisters cordially invited to be present l' ,

climate js 'e cepton: lly fine and the cannot be lost and they be used to : '
may 't 1-
MRS. B. R.
,1 water is the pureset natural water: WITKOVSKI, : .
; fcund anywhere.; These things tend each if thei insured MISS WILLIE KENDRICK, See "

to make a yerxhealthful> city ,,es.- I reduce..the.,premi. ms year ; r) :.

:..' pecially iV pulmonary- diseases! and chooses. A life Endowment Policy with M.'E. B. A. No. 81, meets first and
as a result Pensacola has the healthiest so or ti
J record of in third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. ,i "*,f'
; America.
any city the Union Central Lifeis m., Ra3ord! Hall, No 10. West late* '
These; facts, taken together with ann Dividends in dencia street. .r
: the admirable! loe-at'on-of : .
the city, being i-t.!. '
A'. G. .
nearer the' various FELL P rea. ;'
ports of-the i
world by sates' than the 'most satisfactory. -J. L. SWEENEY.. Sec. ". "
; : any other pert \ ; :
,:_ _. and the ,
nearer producing! centers-of '
BEER 'V the United States by land, there can B. S. WILLIAMS, General Agent. Pensacola Lodge No. 4, J. 0. 0..F. ; ,,

\ be ,only'one prediction to be .mad3of Phone 608.Consumers' Pensacola Lodge No 4, L 0. 0. F. ; E i ; -
the city. and -that is that it is Thiesen Building. meets every Thurs a-. vening: 1:3if ;
I destined.to, become, the greatest ,port at the new hall on Belmont and Boyle'r; .
in the southern states. '. : '
STANDS FOR Nourishment :FIRST ., Yours very- .'respectfullyChas. ,.: S e. invited.streets. Visiting E. brethren GREENBLATT.cordially 'Ii\ ji:'1 ::; ,

H. Bliss: Mayor., Order Your :. J. NEVILLE Secretary. y:1 ,

Refreshment..SECONDTemperance COAL and '''OOD n .
ICE : "
I I G. B. Burnhans Testifies After Four. W. 0. W. r
the .
:THIRD Years.:-, from Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. O. W. .3 '

\.-. ,G.. B. BL t.1";,s, 'of Carlii:p Center I Ice and Fuel Company.. meets in Pythian, Hall 1st and 3rdi
= w "Ab'out, four t Phone'' 259. i Wednesdays In each month. Visiting .i j ;
I N., ::1:.. writes:. .yearj : Officer-Comer Chg ad-Tarragona. ':
: sovereigns cordially invited. 1 -
The heavy percentage of malt nourahes ;'the been a'go.I. entirely wrote you, cured stating of. a that severe I. kidney had: ,. F. A. BOGHICH C. 'C. s

and acid LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk I ;
hops 1 carbonid refreskyou 1 aria the trouM by taking less than two! l
small of alcohol cent bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure. It .
amount ((3/1-2 ;)
>per entirely stopped the: brick dust sediment Escambia Lodge, No. 15, F. & A. M. 1 '
.makes it in effect, a ten $ food-drink.. and pain and symptoms of kidney Panel Doors For SQc I t4! '
Regular communlcatioa of- j.
disease dsappeared.! I am'glad
Nothing could be better forydii.: It ls a vegetabletonic I ,' to' : that I have never had a return Escambia Lodge, No.; 15. F. & ,t, i ::
,declared by the celebrated, Wateschoot to be .rft say Anid 'oth rs on up to J3.50 according io size and make. o( A. M. will be held Monday I i'
of symptoms
'd of during' the
", i any Handsome-heavy front doors paneled and with large glass
"as nutritious as fruit. ; evening, June 4th, at..7:30/ .
Ifouf years that have elapsed and I am colored! for 53.50. why not have ai!handsome : '
ground or
t Ettmc rr AT MEALTRJS.AND AT AIL RESORTS .. evidently to stay o'clock. Visiting brethren ,
I cured .eu'ed. and: front door put up In jOur house. It adds mucfi to the at- fraternally i i
at' [heartily recommend Foley's' Kidney tractiveness of the home and the cost is so- little. We invited. 1 .
( iA The Wm. Gerst Brewing Co. ft I Cure to any one suffering from kid -furnish everything for housebuilding from foundation to C. D. BEYER "j t i f'

V.skPille.T."e4 ney'or bladder trouble. For sale by roof.Blunders. W. G. DAJLEY, ST. M.. '. {
W". 'A. ''IXAtemberte, druggist and: '
Secretary. 'i4{ ..r t
apothecary.JUST I s r ;,
MSOICSAIC DEALER Mill Company, I ,p't '.
.. IMPORTED PANAMA HATS AT THEM. 21 East Garden Street., .
.Phone 717. .
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&: 0.' CUOTHING Wo
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By 'E. NELLIE BECK. ;TeIphoes,669. The : Store That Has and Give.s. What it Advertises.

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;\ ,MR. W. P. COVINGTON 1 I the Journal's Daily* Fashion Feature. .1 :- .". .'

J x. received Mr. and notice Mrs. Charles yesterday M. Covington of the' These matchless offerings for. Monday will eclipse even

J death of their brother Mr. W. P. Cor

i Ington who passed away Friday nightat efforts in Bargain Givtn'kThese;; are only a
his home in Wadesboro, N. C., atter -, our 9 previous

The an 'Illness news is of eight particularly weeks.sad, as 1 .: few jiff f .the to be found here :Monday .-

i' ibis is the fourth ,death, in the ,fan" rmJ many bargains ,
'lily Within two --weels, and the hearts Ut4b )__ '
f' o* their many- friends go out to ,the :

:::' relatives. in profoundest-+- sympathy." i A GREAT. FLURRY IN RIBBONSBarrels


MR.WEDDING: AND MRS.RECEPTION: LEWIS WILLIS Of and Barrels and Barrels of new Stylish up-to-date all Silk Ribbons In all the leading colorings bought

,, //VERY BRILLIANT AFFAIR., 4. 5t 0. at sacrifice and to the same way. '
The spacious and beautiful new J a great passed you
'- home of (Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Willis :

I fly fashionable gathering Friday
Anight called to offer,
when society
: ""congratulations on the occasion ot MOSQUITO BARS-Mosquito Bars ready made Clean sweep prices on the ;R. B. Claflin wash goods4

'their(anniversary.twenty-fifth or silver wedding 75c. Bobinet Bars from $3.75 to $8.00. Lot of choice pattterns! left for early choosing C.

IFor" the second time since its completion -

;a' furnished, the Interior handsomely was finished transformed and Just received JO doz. long. Silk Black .Gloves in balck, white. and pongee $1.50

fey unusually beautiful decorations." ,
] The reception hall was wonderfully
1 attractive. The ,banisters of the hand- J

tome stairway were wreathed with SPECIAL SALE OF "UMPTY-D STOCKINGS
magnolia and quantities of crimson MPfY
licarnations. The great number of silrfver -

presents ,was tastifully displayed the best hose in the world for and proof double heel
;'In tables set all round the' room. husky! boys. girls, puncture ,
Each table was -covered with white .

cloth Emilas.and decorated with ferns and s A\ .S and toe: A postal card free with every pair 15 aft Cff25 Gents.

The entire parlor was in pale pinki :. 1 1 ? (' .
carnations on a background of asparagus -

banked ferns.with The the mantel delicately was tinted richly \ ; 6" $J,25 White Shirt Waist made ,of nice material and; eleganty timmed, special

carnations and graceful ferns and i/i a I1e :., ";.
gust in front of it stood the receiving ; 89 cents.

;jiline; Mr. and'Mrs.! Willis Mrs; Willis -. .,. ,. .. ''
an a lovely creation of white net and

lace, with a touch of pale'Alice blue r .. _
ivelvet; Mrs. P. K. Yonge In handsome I I ::EIE:_,_: --- -',- --- H_ _: '_ .::::': __:__ __' IIIRI-: __-__ :_ : '-_: --__': _-- -_' _-! ,: b -"

black net; Mrs A. C. Blount, HAND-EMBROIDERED LINGERIE WAISTS __ ____
and Mrs. J. S. McGaughey, both in .'
I 'No woman will consider her ward- flap extending from the neck to the <:
{white mouseline 'and lace it ter Miss A. Elizabeth White, Mrs. W. .. ... ...+:........ ..:.. EXCURRJON
robe complete this summer unless waist stitched on either side to give a : :+:.: :+: :+a-.a.. : : : : :g.1I.jf. .:+:+:
Mrs. Willis was assisted in enter- Hugh White and Mrs. R. W. Waters. Y ..
be supplied with several sheer lingerie finish. The sleeves are elbow length +
taining her guests by Mrs. Bleeker' Miss B. charm y
waists. The fact that they are and fulled into an embroidered band. DorothyWhite was
!Forbes Mrs. Hal Forbes, Mrs. H. A.'Brosnaham in white
ingly gowned lingarie
"quite the thing" and "very expensive" The collar is made of the same embroidery a I Services at the Churches TO-DA
Mrs. E. H. Skinner Mrs. Miss Peagler the guest of honor waslovelyy i
only tend to increase their pop- having featherbone rods at ,
C. Miss Alma Mac-
Evelyn Maxwell : in a> toilet of white embroidered
uforitjv -If handy with the needle a the sides and back'to keep it In shape
% The SteamerM'ONARCH
jay Miss :\Iadge'Maclay., ]Miss Mamie net over white taffeta elaborately -
.Merrltt: and Miss Minnie. Potter. woman can make the-one illustratedat and topped with a ruffle of fine Valen trimmed ingbaby Irish lace. ":+:"o:+',,. ..:XOuAXh:+: *,JNoM3h)0.:O:+:...30<.a:.Neh' :F:F:ose.
little This is one of ciennes lace. These waists usual- "
very are ,
While the other rooms were beautl- MIs.Elizabeth: Wh te wore a becoming -
the embroidered, waist patterns which ly made of fine handkerchief linen, and ,
,!ful, "the dining room was fairyland of creanucolored hand .
gown The grder of services pastorJ Sunday-school
regular ers 3 m.,
are being carried by all up-to-date I plain.materials mayjbe selected, and I' p.
: ,itself, -to quote a guest-in its embroidered batiste. Mrsf W. Hugn will make two regular
of Pensa- .
stores: The front is plain and the I can be embroidered at' home if one be observed at The churches T L. Brfggs suet Preaching 4 p. m.
decorations of white carnations, magnolias back where the waist closes has a desires. I White wore a smart gown in grey cola today' with but few exceptions. Reeds Chapel There will be preach trips to the
and and its simulated I
ferns silk
effectively trimmed in cluney Jefferson Davis memorial exercises ing at Reed's chapel this: morning at
moonlight. lace. }lr L W.. lovelyin Life Saving Station
; ; jWatersjKwas wiir.be.beld at Christchurch this evening _, 11 o'clock... ;
: On the table 1 '
was a pale whitEr silk lingarie. '
cloth under a white organdy cover green, creams cakes and punch, carried out and after the game"' daintily. served Collin's orchestra furnished- the at 5:30 o'clock. ;; Leaving at 10 a. m, and 3 p.m.Entertainment .
the color scheme of pale green and 'ice cream and cake: Special reyivai: services will beheld! Church of Chrjit
the whole sprinkled with silver dustIn latest in musical line.
white with a touch of pale pink. Mrs. :David .Deloney won the, ace th9 .: atthe West,Hill Baptist church today: Church,of Christ cor. Jackson and
the center was'quite work of
About who
seventy Quests
a !"? lMiss Edna ,Avery, and Miss .Stella prize' which was a lovely statuette. Sve" were at 11 a. m.,' 3 'p-ln. and 7:4"p.. pi.'and,Alcauiz Streets., Bible' school 10
art perfectly representing .minia t
a Avery presided at the punch. table Mrsw C. -D. Byers the present spent' a most delightful even- 3 and 7:45 each day throughout -
Preaching 11'a.
ture lake in the moonlight. It was captured consolation ing. I '. at p. m. a. m. at in. and 7:45p. !
at ingenious arrangement of a sheeto while Miss Lizzie McGaughey, Miss a beautiful set of bureaus oREHNBERGWILLIAMSENGAGEMENT the week. m. by W. T. Tracy* Prayer meetIng -
plate glass illuminated from be. Katharine Avery Miss Ruby Mallorj, arf and center table cover. The There will be no services at the Wednesday 745 p. in. \ All are cor- CONSISTING OF EUCHRE FLINCH
Miss Isla Smith and Miss Cora Hunt, lone hand prize' a linen sideboard First Baptist church or at the First dially invited. ;; ,
neath by electric lights in pale green 'A NOUNCED. AND DANCING
served In the dining;room. scarf went to Mrs. Annie A. Dooley. ( church of Christ. Scientist. .
bulbs, giving the effect of moonlight The "engagement of ,Miss Thora given
ou the water. In the center of the The gallery was/enclosed by boughs All then cut for the booby; a pair of and. Mr The order" of services at the various: Lutheran Church. Will be by
E. !
Rehnberg Stephen Williams'

of pine and cedar until it" little Jelly bowls which. > be PENSACOLA TECPLE No. 14. RATH.
appeared a were won ch rches Pensacola today will German Lutheran]; .urch-Rev. J. ,
lake stood handsome
g a very cut 'glass of Atl nf ;; Ca., has "been an- "* -
stand filled with silvered ferns and woodland bower, 'Whence proceeded by the hostess. nounced. as follows: F. W. Reinhardt pas for. Sunday BONE SISTERS,

white flowers. Silver candelabras delightful (strains .of music from Barrio's Th3 next meeting will be with Mrs. The wedding will take place June Catholic.St. school 9 a. m. ,English services. 10:30: At Old Odd Fallows Hall, \Ve=: Gr

undelivered shades heightened the orchestra', throughout the're Charles Rupert. 20, at the residence of Miss Rehn- Michael's CirurohLuringt5e: a. m. and 7:30 !I. m. den Street
x t effect of moonlight all over the table. ception. --''- bergs brotherinlaw and sister Mr. summermonUis mases will be said at Scandinavian Lutheran; Church- MONDAY. JUNE 4.

The refreshments, especially the ice Telegrams from all over the country FOREIGN MISSIONARY and Mrs. Rollo M. Him baugh. It 6:30 and 9:30: a. m., the' 9 o'clock mass Services at 10:30 a. m. .end 5 p. m. Prizes will be awarded.ADMISSION .
and from Canada and a cable- TO MEET MONDAY.The .
will be a quiet home affair to which !being discontinued. (Baptisms at 2 Rev. Helle, pastor. 1
of from"Miss :
congratulation Foreign of
gram Missionary Society
there will be cards. Rosary and Benedic-
t Louise Sullivan in Spain were pleas- the Talafox church will hold the regular no p. m. Vespers Baptist. 25 CENTS.
ant features of the anniversary, com- monthly meeting the Sunday -+- tion 5 p. m. ,First ---!
HOME MISSIONARY Church Sunday 7 Baptist Church Sunday
St. Joseph's a.
pleting avery copious shower of felicitations school room, Monday! afternoon at
and an altogether brilliant 3:30 o'clock. GADSDEN M. E. CHURCH. Low Mass and instruction; S a. m. school 9:30 a. ,m. No other. services

social: ,affair All the members are requested to There will bea meeting of the Sunday 'school; 10 a. m. High Mass today.
-+- be present. Ga'dsden Home Missionary Society in and instruction; '5 p. m. Vespers Rosary East,Hill Baptist Church 11th Ave.
the church, at' 'the Blessed and Chase Street Rev..J. W. Senter-
Y. M. C. A. AUXILIARYTO -+-', Monday afternoon 3 and Benediction of :;
HAVE CALLED MEETING MISS! WHITE: ENTERTAINED o'clock. Sacrament Mass during, the week is fit pastor. Sunday School at 10 a. Kettle
MONDAY AFTERiNOON AT -+- at, 7:30 a. m.- except on Mondays and m. Preaching'every second and fourth
; cI HOME OF MRS. GRAHAM. FOR FAIR ALABAMIAN.A FIRST SUMMER DANCE Fridays when it Is' at 8 a. m. During Sunday at 11 a. m.:-and ':7:30 p. m.

Members, and those.who wish td delightful event of Thursday was AT COUNTRY, CLUB. May and October Mass is at 8 a. m. Prayer meeting every Tuesday night
the "at home" at which 'Miss B. Confessions in the evenings before at 7:30 o'clock. :
I become members of the Auxiliary to The first of the weekly summerdances'
the Dorothy White entertained complimentary Sundays Holy Days'of Obligation and West Hill Baptist.church, W. Jack
Young Men's Christian Association at the Country Club attracted
will have a called meeting at to Miss M Ellen 'Peagler of a nice crowd of members and First Fridays from 4 p. m. to 9 p. m. son street-Rev. J. W.' Senterflt,pas- Renderedleaf
r the residence of the president Mrs. Greenville, Ala. friends !last nights.The Baptisms Sundays at 2 p. m. or by tor. Sunday; school..10.a* in.' Preach-
ri The decorations .HT" Miss White's ing first and third S at
Walker Slngraham appointment. every nday
Mondayafternoon next dance will be given Tues- .
home were particularly attractive ., m. and 7:00 m.
p. Prater meeting
at 5:30, for the purpOse' of electing day June 5.
officers to serve during the next six being in flowers,' fern'sand potted --h Episcopal.;, every Sunday 7, p. m. Special services -
c plants, the color plan being in white 'P. today at 11 a.m., and
months. YOUNG ''MEN TO RETURN Christ Church-Rev. H. Whaley, 3pvm. 7:45I,
Don't' Be' The advisability of forming a 'Glee and green. D: D. Rector. Services will be held p. m. by Rev.: E_ L.,'Andrews of Cow; LardIT
i Dragged Club may also be taken up. After several amusing games had 'FLOWER BALL COMPLIMENT.The at 7:30 and 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday ington, Ky. Morning.subjEct! : "Prep-
-+- teen enjoyed delicious courses were young men who were complimented 'school as usual. Jefferson Cavis artion to Meet, God;",afte oon: "Neu
} DAVIS- MEMORIAL- SERVICE served, the ices andbonbons being In with a '"Flower Ball" two memorial exercises under auspices trality with Qod Impossible;" evening:

Away UNDER'AUSPICES: OF U. D. C. white and green.. weeks ago, 'Will return the compliment Pensacola Chapter U. D. C. at 5:30p. "How to, Become a Christian." ,
IN CHRIST CHURCH THIS Assisting Miss White were.her. sis- with a "Domino Dance" Weii- m. 5' :

AFTERNOON AT 5:30. ness(' y night in C. K. of A. Hall and St. Katharine's-Cervantes and Da- Presbyterian i j IS PUREand
i .from the fact that we have the largoest I Under"the auspices of Pensacola : all the girls who took part in the vis street. Rev. Andrew-. Sharpe S. First PresbyterianCh'urch-Rev.
and line
complete of WHITECANVASS
most : '
OXFORDS in ,the state., Chapter, U., D. C., memorial services 'Flower Ball" are invited. T. B. rector. Julian S. Sibley, pastor;, Sunday
will ,be conducted iy Rev. P. --4- Sundays7:30 a.. m. Holy Communion school 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavor
samples of STYLES
i Here some
are '
AND PRICES: 'Whaley in Christ church this afternoon "The Best is What We Sell" Mrs. Wilmer S. Hall and three ; 9:30 a. m. Sunday school;; 11 a. 4:30 p. m. Preaching at til a. m.
children left last for Birming- m.-
and 7:30.
at 5:30 in appropriate celebra- m Morning! Prayer and Sermon .(First p.
$2.50 PAIR tion of the 'birthday of Jefferson Da.1 ham where they will spend the com and thirdSundays, Holy Communion) Sunday school"at the Sloddart Avenue it is put up in
lAdies' White Canvas Pumps light vis.. The Favorite of the ing three weeks the guests of Dr. 5 p.' m. Evening Prayer and sermon. Mission at 3:30 p.: m. :;C. F. Zeek
and heavy soles, leather and cloth Hall's mother. Dr. Hall went as 'far superintendent. All
The Ladles Confederate :Memorial I Week days-5 p. m. Wednesdays and are. cordially invited 5 and 10-lb. Tins
beels as Montgomery with them. From I ;
Association, Confederate Veterans Fridays.
PAIR. Fastidious 'Birmingham they will to Nona'
$2.00 and the public generally, are cordially ) Carolina go Saints Days-10 a. m. Holy Com pie. : at 75c and $1.50.
7 adies' White Canvas Oxfords heavy invited to attend., I spend the summer. munion. t :

soles leather, Cuban heel large' eyes, MR. AND -+- St.' John's Church WarringtonRev. First Church of Christ, ;Scientist It is more essential
II1lk laces. IMPORTANT '(OFFICE OF J. R. Bicknell priest in charge. First Church of Christ :Sctentist-
$2.00 PAIR. MRS. JO JE PHILLIPSIN .PICKLED BRIDALRECEPTION.- Services at 7:30 p. m. Owing to the number of members attending than

Ladle "WJulte Canvas Oxfords light RATHBONE SISTERS. Mr. and Mrs. B.- E. White entertained Century. Mission-Re7. J. R. Bick the communion' end dedication ever during

turn' soles, plain and tip toes, Cuban Mrs. Josie (Phillips was elected Fri- a large party of young peopleat nell, priest in charge. Services at 11a. in Boston, here will be fio services
i heels, .leather and. 'covered, large: eye- day night to the important positionof I their wedding reception Thursday m. and 8 p. m. during the month} of June; warm weather to
leis silk ribbon laces. installing officer for 'P.enS'3.COlaTemple night. .. :e '

} $1.75 PAkR ; No.. 14, Rathbone Sister lAMBS i I' Their new home No. 3 Magnolia Unlversallst First Christian 'ChtinhFirst' have pure cooking

Ladks "White. Canvas: Oxfords, two but, by some inadvertance ier name street, Woolsey, ,was elaborately First Universalist Church-East Christian f church 43 E. .
eyelets:embroidered toes,,Cuban'-heel wait omitted from' the list published) i decorated with palms cedar ann Mag. Chase street Sunday School at 10 a. Gregory street Sunday school materials, This lardis
Friday morning. i nolia. m," Y. P. C. U. 6:30: p. m. AU are 10 a. m., H. J. MacSe7, Supt.
I $1.50 PAIRLadies' ,
r Delightful lemonade, ice cream cordially invited to attend. Communion! a.t' 11 a. jn. Prayer absolutely
: White Canvas Oxfords, light WINS "" pure
PENSACOLA TONGUES : cake and other refreshments :were s s .? meeting Thursday at 730p.!' m. All
; flexible soles pjain and cop.' -toes. MEDAL ''DISTINCTION AT hospitably, served and everybody had Methodist. cordially Invited j '
and is
k' Cuban heels silk laces. so guaranteed
ALA. MILITARY INSTITUTE. i a lovely time. Palafox Street Methodist Church- .j. ., .J
'. U5 PAIRLadles' (Mr.- D. Elmer Wilkinson of .Pensa: Rev. ,W. Q. Vreeland, pastor Rev. Second' Church of .Christ,\Scientist
'White Canvas Oxfords, cola. won the gold medal at the Alabama WEDDING J. Barney. Butler, assIstant. Services The Seooatf Church of
t &lucher, plain and cap toes, _Cuban (Military 'Institute, at Auburn, Put up in 'glass| jars at.40c ,: IN MILTON THIS MORNING. 11a.m.and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school Scientist Services every; Sunday Christ -

heels, large eyelets; a very pretty Friday as the best drilled man In the !I 9:30, a. m. J. N. Andrews, Sup morning at U o'clock Wednesday
S 1a. t. company. Appetizing and satisfying. :i There will* Be a pretty but quiet Epworth League 6:30 p. m. Home ternoons '3. o'clock. Reading
$1.00 PAIR Mr. Wilkinson 'is the eldest of Dunklev8 Celery I Salad..30cROSENAU'&GERELDS. f wedding at 9 o'clock this morning; room
son : Missionary Society wtll meet Thursday open daily from 10 &. m. to 3 pi m.
R :Ladles' White Canvas Oxfords, two ir, and Mrs. D. Wilkinson of this at the residence of Rev. J. A. Abbott afternoon at 3:30.. Rev. Vreeland where Christian Science ; literature Sol Cahn & Co
1, styles, larte eyelets Cuban heels, a city. lie will remain at Auburn for --- I, Milton, Fla., when his attractive will preach both morning and eveningat may be had. Boom 6 Masonic Tem
I ;i young daughter' Miss Cora and kr,
twooder. the commencement festivities which I
"The Temptation of Jesus. The ple. :
I Dames
f .ALSO a beautiful line of Whitellosderr close Thursday and when he returns Washington Gingles, of this evening subject will develop from discussion Salvation Army..
in Laces and Guazes, "25c to home the last of the week, his relative city, will be united in marriage. of the subject at the mornin'g Salvation Army-Richard;; Norris, The Pure Food Store,
Only one hundred! invitations were
$2.00. ana l friends will doubtless overwhe'm -
sent and they only to the two families service and complete It. captain. Services, will J>e held as follows -
MEYER.SHOE COMPANY ,-him with, congratulations.MRS. The Fancy Grocers and relatives except a very few Gadsden..Street Methodist Churcnv. in the Army tent, cqrner Main Southwest Comer Piti'ox and Intendend

J intimate personal friends. F. A. Rogers, pastor. Regular and Jarcelona" : streets: Sunday. school
Miss Abbott services 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday 3 p. m., Regular services Phonesr
has been entertaining every night
Feet Furnishers For ETOHRE 1480
Folks CLUB.birs..WI11ie.Walker
_S. ,-, I 1 Phone 391., Pensacoia a house party during the week school 9:30 a. m; J. B. Tiller, except Saturday and,Monday,.at 8 p.
F 102 S. Palafox street. pleasantly en- t Supt: Epworth League. 6:30p.; m.Wiarf .' m. Cant, Norris will! bq.assisted.by
't ta ile4 'the Club '
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i COUNTY FAMILIES !{ Professor. i it ,ON! RECENT PRIMARY I i-ili J JI

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t THE KELLEY FAMILY i Ze I I I "\ L'f.:'.'."" !
t Qne Editor's Defeat.. and then mark on a ticket the number i ,. ..\1!
..............................eNiei HOONOOO.o.oao oooooooooeooeooeeNNi :,' The "Short Talks" man of the of votes received by each candidate J, : I
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I Times-Union prepetrates the follow : precinct, sending .
< [ ing at the expense of the editor of ticket so marked immediately to the 2 ita,
Rebecca Folks was born Sn South who had lived a pure Christian; life.I I the Starke Telepraph:' "Wonder if I county seat, the result all over the. The Bank Note Brand made its initial appears ;
of Florida state. could be .known within twent -
the editorial
March 9, 1817. At a very So passed away a lady 'that.was never fraternity "
Carolina will'not feel like reading out of their four hours after ,the. closing of the ance.i in 1896 and therefore Celebrates its Tenth jI ; !
early age she united herself with heard to peak a word of harm about ranks the editor the Bradford.. Coun polls.Madison New Enterprise. ;
'the Methodist church and was a any person or complain at any,:.mis ty' Telegraph E. -Matthews, now Anniversary For ten years it has steadily In- fk j ; il!

faithful worker in the same during fortune. that\ he has become a bank official. The Political Output. in.favor with the smoking public, add. $f{ /
It's a' departure from the tradition of Sometimes, in weary moments, we creased. :
her .life. At the age of 18 she was She passed away on her:89th'blr'tbday ; > "
March 9, 1906. the profession to' have money enoughfor cherish the belief that Florida could ing td! its laurels by year until today i' I II
married to John T., Kelley Twelve that Editor :Matthews may ex manage to get on, very well if its output year !
children were born to them; six of >:N F, I. E .AllGE! : pect a heresy trial as soon as the of politics Ws.not so large.-Miami stands the leader of the popular 5/cent brands 'J!
whom are now living Mary; Nancy, association meets." Editor Love of Metropolis-
Joseph, John, Fanny and Florence.I A HAPPY'MOTHER, i -Quincy Herald-Era, sold out togo sold in;q West Florida and South Alabama. ;t 1
Florida. .
will see that her baby is properly into the banking business. But Russia vs, ;
became acquainted with the Kel ; ; when another editor ran for office The Czar' and' his Douma are baring Bank, Note, as everyone knows, is the brand of : .h'!
lers at Milton in 1859. All of the purgative. and .proposed to pay for publishing a monkey; and parrot time of itover J ,. :
children were my' pupils'with the exception fer from worms and their;* mothers announcement, he was accused of in St." 'Petersburg but until w of ,Florence, who was, too 1 P don't know it-if' your baby. is feyer*I'being a corporationist- City In.dex. get through with our second primary be Frank : Reilly Pensacoia FSa. /t1
here in Florida we can hardly
ish and doesn't sleep at nights jt.'is' ; So he was. The editor who ,
Dung t troubled with worms. White's.made his announcement in the newspapers ; expected to.: look into the merits of I "1;. i-i ; !
., Cream Vermifuge- will clean out at contract prices and accom- the controversy and take sides oneway I !,
It has been said an honest man. ; I .
\! panied the same with his check and 'or the other.--iLive Oak Demo- .., _.... .,, 1 t t
Is the noblest work of,pod,.but fl am these worms in a mild pleasant :rvay.; i >' '!" '" =="" 'i
crat. j
threw stones at his was
no opponent
Once triad always Give It a
compelled, to think that a woman defeated. The man who pelted his .! j II
triaL Price 25 cents.
who lives a true Christian life and opponent in the back with stones got Results in Leon. I GET THE ; .I
tears a family! of children is decidedly FRATERNAL SOCIETYESTABLISHED : ,the i plum. The mill of the gods The primary results in Leon county :
PROFIT: te ALLEN sometimes grind strangely.-Ocala were particularly interesting in the
a man's superior. Such was'iMrs.. } AGEN'CY'HERE, ,.Banner. senatorial contest: ; the administration '} ;:1
Rebecca Kelley, the subject of this' staying with "her: youngest child, Mrs. One of the best.-fraternal' societiesin : candidate carrfei'! only one precinct I It will! keep them well and possibly save a H '. :
sketch. She lived for her Savior her Florence Barker at. 'Roberts, she countoThe_ Modern'Workmen Primary Too Early. in which the total vote was eleven or' bill to f t U
the 'The next tim, the State Executive and received .less than 23 per cent of sumjuer trip say nothing
husband her children and friends. suddenly passed away like falling of the World, has recently-established Committee calls this early the county vote.. There were six can-I' :
a primary
in these I
Meet Mrs. Kelley when you would, into a gentle slumber.: '_ I I' an agency in our city. This society] they ought "to: "shot on the spot"Heaven didates for the House, the only one of the pleasure and enjoyment sump .} r 1;
she always had a: sweet smile and, a On MarcVstk'or.thTs-year( after the furnishes first class protection' incase'; :: only knows what possessedthem chosen being strongly anti-drainage; mer!drink} f' !:\t.' "=i!
accident death at ,
or -
j lof sickness to it this time, for it was and the only candidate openly advocating : ,
kind word. Her faith in her ; cb
strong children had: -.gone; to school Mrs, Old Age BeneatsPaldUp : ,rlt !
Redeemer seemed to permeate:. her i Barker 'went;"-.as-i txal-to-carry her, Certificates rate. and Cash--W thdraw- a ald.; s.I1seess.act.. .:-iPunta Gorda Her the only drainage(;seventeen proposition votes.-St At-received Grape Juice, bottles __________ 30 and SOc }'i\ ft '_. I

whole life. mother's breakfast ,fp her She re''als are also special features of this gustine,.Rec rd. '' Lemon Juice, bottles;;: I _________________35' ;t{<"F.
After her husband's death, Mrs. ( society. A local assembly to-b"e. of Law. S s s .' ff t
Kelley turned to thedtitclien..iotwme trifle organized in Pensacola as: soon as'pos-"Violations From all over the state comes thrr' People Demand Fairness. Rasberry Syrup, bottlcs____ __________25c i f' ,
lived around with her daughters
when she back she found
and cams For further information-call 'on! "
the ruler
who vied with each other in her mother had passed 'away withouta i,the organizer, Henry R. Wentworth;' one. that form (violations or another of, the occurred Jaw, in in:.< The ruin time"policyin has come the when Interest of'any Claretade! Syrup, bottles_-------------25c :,tFf; ,/

trying to have her company. While: struggle So"came 'death to one 323 W. Zarragossa street.of. this. City. some 'voting precincts in the. primaries individual will b9'. rebuked in 'Florida., Ginger Ale, per doz________________$.125 : J "
week. The people'are' (\' termined that no jj
last Sams effective
... '-.. '....- means ought to be adopted to stophis nominations or elections shall be secured -' Ginger Ale,--per doz______ _________S2.CO t il : i
if we are to' retain the pri by unfair, means. The last primary
i_ -1- _I_ aR01u ,Pk mary.:....,lake City. .Index. ;; proved' this. fact-Miami :Mstropolis. -
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I WHY NOT HAVE A PIANO ? 1 Necessary, Put the word Nuisance."personal" right after Integrity' ,of' the.1Ii.Ballot.In ,s. the SEAT HILL 'GROCERY co IIFj

necessary in the following from the a few of the counties' state .
Your family crave it and possession' is very easy indeed. The putter 1E Lie 'Oak Democrat, and it Is hereby there arecharges'of,in ihe. holding'fraud of .the and primary Irregularity cordially approved and accepted:
: Plan, of Easy to Buy, EasyjtpJBayJkas: accomplished wonders in the, j The second primary may be regarded elections the 15th' inst grokd; .The Telegraph Phone 212 M. F. BOWES, Manager.tary "gtl

way of possession and enjoyment of pianos in the homes that.a few years, : as the merging of a good thing into such charges is proud'there in Bradford is county.for The no _

} would have been.appal.iedltjhe! .thought of undertaking to pay for. 4 necessary nuisancePunta Gor- of the ballot should be pre :
-Herald.. less because the of the seriate, for which,, hs "is not properly written up-supposed to .ji itl
S served and no so to have be the fault of the tax collector as he !'i fi'
not likely [ any'opposition : : .
affair ,
a piano. ._ j ,..__ : SlOW' Election Returns.It primary is only a party I worth mentioning; ( .. :Augustine failed to furnish certified list to the t :;
!:1 The Clutter Plan Has Helped:In Two Ways .::1 is not an'jeasy job to compile I I Starke- l graph.'I'S. Record. : registration officer as required, and '- t{r
i tie figures from all the precincts in I -; numerous citizens were debarred from f= 'J L'
at'moderate and inaugurated f'.m each of the counties of the state even The'Good and the Bad." Office Perpetual i1 casting their vote as, in many cases, f 'It: _
i= It has-made possible to get-worthy-pianos prices, A, good fellow is a bad fellow to, '
those figures curnished misplacedand '
when! are promptly I How wilt the state democratic their receipts had been
I long
J easy.methods for 1he..pa.yment?. We handle such famous. W but when the returns are slow have in office. At, the bad same fellow time itisn't : executive committee,perpetuate, their some of the voters returned to : "f' :
pianos as the Kranich & Bach, Lester, Packard, :Mehlin etc. and guarantee 'f in coming In definite election news good Miami to have Record.Appleyard's a th.erej I lease of office and"why were,not new homes as far as 7 miles, to get their r Ii 'J
is' is either- to the polls to :... 1';
JJQPossibleThat why.the peo- members toted i for, }In "the -last primary receipts and returned '
them to you. Deliveredint6. youf,homes no matter where you live. 6 people of Florida "have to wait so long' s -s ?--Ocala 'Banner,. cast their, rote. Arcadia News : ; ,: '.y
-" after'the primary before learning who .." .. "
Oldutand Largest 'Housett4116S.PalafOTrSt.:. t! successful candidates are. If Editor .Appleyard takes his defeat'' Hillslidtough.. '. JUST RECEIVED 100 GENUINE _'f-: ; ,
Music House in. 'Clutter_ Music, 'I some'"man in each precinct of the for the railroad commissionership and I Howl the in primary quite,a'.)iolal wIn was IMPORTED PANAMA HATS AT THB \ ,
Florida L. .inimitably jolly spirit
: Tres. B. E. CLUTTER. Sea_ Mate would take it upon himself in his own to sat by the citizens of Hillsborough M. &. O. CLOTHING STORE $ .SO l\t'; : jj:.
,GEO.W., C. CLUTTER _. '" ,< >remain at the polling places until the will go. :.ta work, at once mend up I I up books were WORTH 15.00.. :
Tejistration ;
.JtU pfd E Inspectors have finished the count Ms'.fences': !or. his old .Place.as.secre- county.The -1t i-

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;; ( from Page Twelve Mobile guest, of Miss': .Eva Dannheis- New 'York Captains of Finance sounding for the foundations of the V
: ser Lunch was served on Santa Rosa Soda"Favored new "building. Then the trouble be IeoZ5c.STORE
Bed the bridegroom's sisters! Miss Island and the party returned to the Foaming The noise vibration thereat
Who are Directors in Numerous gan. and
' f Fannie and Miss Gussie Gingles, and city about 8 o'clock. g ,maC ine aroused the hidden
the bride's maid of honor Hiss Maryf ,.'
population VE the vaults All the laborers -
: ;IWalker went to join the party Friday -I ass: Pearl .Myers.Jaft. yesterday with pure fruit ,Enterprises., V rushed up and refused to descend -
morning. + I for Chicago wh Rosoff
f Mr. Olngles leaves this morning ac- by Miss Anna Dell Noland and father is at once cooling refresh agan. Then Contractor I Two Kinds of Backing Up
went down to investigate. He "also
companied by his sister 3Jrs. Lamar I. Dr. Noland whose guest ,she will be ing and nourishing. WM. H. NEWMAN OF ,
: Howard,' and his brother Mr. Willie for a few days in that city, before PRESIDENT quickly reappeared. The cellar was'! Kress1 1 always. : ,backs'up; its statements, but never backs j in
G'ngles. His best man will be Mr. going to their home in Kants, Ind., THE N. Y. CENTRALTHE one seething! mass of rats of all ages its policy. ; up

George. W. Pryor. Jr. I. for a 'two months visit.: sizes and fpecies.J .
Doubt first
frankly expressed
:L The bride and her maid will wear .. LIST-NEW MOTOR CAR BEING >Policemen and the station house cat was we announced fifty-cent
Thite suits bats and! other Mr. Charlie Grant left Saturday to were summoned and after battling values for ten'cents. But we backed up our statements by giving
acceJ-1 I COFFEE
f saries to match. The assume a new position in New Or :TRIED-A BATTLE ROYAL WTH1,for,hours,, what was left of the enemy values that'could not be-questioned.
bts followed by a wedding breakfast I Hot Biscuits and Rolls every had 'disappeared.: '
I 1[leans. V c5 RATS -. GOSSIP' ,OE, .GREATER Again,. 9 uestipnmarkswere plentiful when we said we were
*' and the wedding party will return morning at o'clock. V 'V going to maintain our high-value and low-pnce policy.5We '
.: ,tfr this city on the ten o'clock train. -.Miss Alice. Seals .has gone to Gonzalez GOTHAM. Art in Advertising.
&Ir4 Gingles and his bride will to visit relatives for a few days I have,not backed: up in this policy ; we have,in fact, enlarged
spend the week with his mother Up to date advertising ideas have at it '
; and attend the school commencement every year1VJeback
!Irs. J. W. in this and least Invaded the sacred realms ol
Gingles city statements.We do not back
: our. in
th'en, will for Special to The'Journal.New !. V art. No longer does she hide herself up t up our price-
go on a honeymoon trip '
Kandy Kitchen Cafe. I In: sky parlors and studios : remote wonder policy.! '
aj;week. York In 1906
( I Mr. and Mrs. T f Sowell! of Pine une 2.-Director 'V 'Muchfotlittle' .
form the of the "vulgar" throng. : ; "
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boards the record
104 S. Palafox. Phone 999BRENT corporation is A school In Fourteenth street ,r JKRESS
[; ::Mr. C. M. Pullias who has been de- 1 with their mother Mrs. L. M Hokett West
William ofthe
H. Newman president
: Jiiering a series of interesting sermons -, and friends leave this evening for by in :which are taught newspaper : *
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in the Church of Christ hast home. sketching and magazine HAT SALE.

gone to his home in Lewisburg. Tenn.f .V -- -, ,-,- is according to the 1906 volume of occupies two floors of a building on .
, f From those who had the pleasure of Mr.- and (Mrs. R Israel' will- c be "at Directory of Directors, just Issued; the north' side of thoroughfare.. .. ., r< :

. ;-.meeting Mr Pullias during his short twme": to thatr< friends this after : Like the nickel plated'restaurants,
the representtatiye
slay !n the city. came many expresi noon in celebration of their son I : I which credits Vanderfbilt whose pancakes and sinkers are cooked A large i4ety'ofLadies' Hats in a number of shapeskx
ions of regret at his early 'departure, Joseph's' confirmation. witi. a greater number of directorships in the window in pain! sight ofaii

,: but previous engagements demanded. or trusteeships thanany ,' the' proprietor of the art school ; x-'i:L 25c

I fe,his, presence "elsewhere. "MissJeanette" Israel who was bit- other man In the country. Senator wants the public to know that thereis' I ; .

; e- t I ten Wednesday night by a pet dog Special to The -Journal. ;Depew. who had for headed no sham about his methods. \ :"i- *. .Worth up to $1.00.
;Miss Dalsye Hyer, who has been belonging to her friend and neigh- Brent, June 2.-A nlca rain, was years The windows of the school are '
;;QUite ill. has recovered and was the: bor little: Miss Sadie Jones; is oing enjoyed here by all last' week and itIS the' list ''of directors in this country, brightly llght d. On the lower of

: guest of Mrs. Evelyn C. Maxwell last nicely, the unpleasant experience. now much cooler. dropped back to third place this year. the two floors'the class In life drawing '

?;:Hlght but to-day }3ins her mother and:| interfering with her confirmation! 'Mr. and Mrs. T. Westmark and Frederick Underwood, the presidentor meets every"night The model, generally Kress' Special Sale of Children's
r: r-trother 'Mrs. Albert Hyer ana'' Mr. attending festivities. children left last Monday for theirlome 'having a man dressed as a Western
the Erie Railroad, Is second,
! Xnowles Hyer at the Old Mill Inn in Dolive, after a pleasant visitto ,desperado, with revolver 'pointing ai
| where they have apartments for the Mr. and Mrs. W. L.. Hahn are en- relatives in this section. a total of seventy-two! 'directorships. the imaginary victim stands on a i I J. .Drawers

t ; summer. tertaining .their, niece ':Miss Nina V Misses Annie and Sallie Hart, 1 4r.Lee William K. Vanderbilt ;s fourth on raised platform in plain sfht of the __ .
! <) Smith of Cottage Hill, who is spending Hend'erson. Mr. .Al;! Miller, and the list with' .-'t "t C-&"' 'sfxty-: v pedestrians 'onl the other-' side of the

! ;;' /lieutenant: J, I. Bryan and, Mrs. a week,;with them. )lr. Lucius, Stanley vjsited"Miss!r' Annie James Stlllman, preside: of .the Na- street. The'young men and women of .:.Ruiid1. H Hemstitched or Lace Trimmed. .
! |, Bryan entertained' Jast' night' at cards. .- Allen on Sunday afternoon.' tional City Bank may.'i'attend the ifie"1 'class),"busy"with pencils, are also .' ;,; '' '<--" -" .' S

I f.' Miss Josie Palmesvis home from V St V Mr; ang Mrs. Frank! Berr :and monthly* .meetings: ... tf..ftve companies on putt>lic-rView-.and, the show attractsa :, ; '. .
t :, ,Miss Patrla Thiesen lovely yuong Vincent Hospital Birmingham for a ass, Nora Berry of Peasacola, spent 'as a director.V He Is the fifth throng every night. !>(: c ; IOc per Pair ;

i j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Christen two weeks vacation to the delight of he'day with their parents Sun4 y. pnjhe.llst: *
?,Thiesen returned home Friday morn V. ; __ : .Worth up to 35c.Kress' .
her family and friends. Mr. E. Allen of Pensacola was ,her John D. Rockefeller, the richest man Qualifications of Nurses.
I. :f Ing from Shorter College, RomeGa., last, Sunday also Friday ,
and on :
4 the world is 1onlyt
V director ':re;..qualifications, both educational '
vacation.! .
to spend the : V
Mrs. J. El wood de la" Rua and Miss Bessie was visiting '
! A son Westmark\ "the Standard Oil of whichhe
company and physical, for trained nurses are
i" J Elwood Jr.' leave,jto-'day to spenda in Brent last week. Is nominally the president, an of steadilybecoming higher. An uptown V Mammoth Flower r Sale.
i f Mra. Sydney Kalm's brother and : .
V month in Alabama. Mr. de la Kua Mr. I. N. Herrington and son Isaac fic r from which however, he derivesno .
L sister Mr. Joe Hirscher and Miss hospital with a large training school .. '
will escort them far Flomaton. attended church services on West
: as
as .
his first
salary. H. H. Rogers, has added its most recent
tJOelestine Hirscher of Montgomery, :as equip- Its
Hill this week. V the-rarest-chance
-'- offered.
lieutenant, who'g ti 10.000 year ment examination we ever Imported Silk
I i an
j: have arrived to spend the summer Mrs. Harry E. Graham is spendingsome Miss Susie Berry r turned Wednesday '
f I as vice-president, and is the actual of the applicant's feet. .
jwith Mr. and Mrs. Kahn at their reslrdence time with Mrs. J. I. Bryan, Mrs. from Pensacola aft r a few Flowers at from two to five times
head of'the Standard Oil 'Company less than
:If found. be weak
I 32 East Gregory. Miss Hirsch-! L. J. Reeves, and Mrs Fred 0. Howe days visit to relatives and friends. they are to so or any where
"et is an attractive young girl just '' Mrs. Carson and children is a director in twenty-two companies in such a condition 'that they would
I before '
i I going away for tby at are .
r else in
V and when able he.never Jails to collect towns
) Interfere with the; usefulness the '
; ome from college at Montevallo Ala. ;
I I present guest of ''Mrs. Bryan on Pala- lug Mr. and Mrs. Coker ,at Roberts
t V* Friday evening Miss Hirscher.unfoi. -ti fox Hilt for a few weeks. the gold eagle or, double eagle nurse, who of necessity is almost con-

i !- tunately sprained her ankle! and will 'Mr. Parson leaves Sunday for Boston -which- he receives as his director'sfee. stantly'on her fet, it is considered H ,,- .1'.0 c Bun c h .

t J.be 1>ept Jn doors for several days but Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Sears have removed Mdss. sufficient cause for: denying the ap- "
j i ; She will be glad to see her friends in from 217 North Barcelona to Mr. J. E. Spoon who has been ill J. P. Morgan, the head of the bank- plication. In any "case, the nurse'getsa
I the meantime. the lag house bearing his'"name, is a director regular statement of just what
t 222 the same, street. Their beautiful past week is much better
! :: baby daughter 'Dorothy who has Miss Ruby Stephens of Pensacolais in fifty-two companies and G. bones 'or muscles in', her feet are' de} Rose Gold (:Back and 'Side Combs

:: Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Israel will be been, sick for ten days is rapidly Im visiting Mrs. Mc.Mlllan.V W. Perkins represents Mr. Morgan'sfirm ficient for the. strain they will be V
| "at home" this evening from 3 to 6 proving. : 'Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Allen.spent Sunday .. In fifteen companies.. George called t>n to undergo. f I
I'r la 'honor of the confirmation of their in Pensacola. N Goud! just heads Mr. Morgan In his This is turned ,over to the directorof r'c; Back Combs 15c.

:V daughter Jeanette."Mrs" Miss M. M. Ray of Century is in :I There will be a basket picnic and .directorships, being in. fifty-three the training' school gymnasium, I
the cityfor several days and is the ice cream supper at the residence of houses. ... who Immediately sets about developing :Side Combs 10c.
: Eugene" Arbona delightfully guest of Miss Maclay until this at Mr. Dave Johnson Friday iiight, June Hamilton M K.'TW'OJJlhly is seventhon the weak points'!by systematic.-
. entertained a party of twelve on the noon. 19. AH of the girls who. attend 'are' requested : the _list, having. fifty-seven i directorships ercise and treatment., Made for this sale---Worth 35ceach.

-f[: tay Thursday afternoon, aboard her I < to bring a basket,* which 'will John D. Rockefeller, Jr., Is S. *

;. own launch the "Edna H,:? compli-: Mr. Mozart, Lischkoff who has been I be highly appreciated by the mem- in five boards..and his .uncle William, High Priced Conductor.It .

-I Snentary to Miss Lillian Trawick of : attending Smith College in Cincinnati bers of the Baptist church. ,who has been 'In 'Europe for the last 'is a settled fact now that New *WAtCU: IRESSJ-WINDOYlY'

f'; I I 0., will arrive this evening to There will be services here Sunday year or more, is a dir .ctor'n eight York is' to have the highest priced
; spend his vacation at home. morning and night by Rev BUtch. companies.. W. 'Morse" takes an conductor' 'in the world. This is' V '1
.r .. Interest as a directorb\ ,, twenty companies ,
V Wasili jSonoff, who is to conduct" the ,
To Remove Freckles Q Pimples :Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nicolau have NOTICE. ) while James 11;. Hyde, who ''Philharmonic ,Orchestra for the'" next I'44.'4.4..'i..i.' ...............
sought the honor at one time of displacing ..............
given their pretty cottage Pursuant to the call of"1he, Democratic
In Ten Dils, Vse up corner three .years and get J20.000 forhis :
( N adinola.A. Davis ana'(! Lee streets and are at t County Executive Com:: Senator DepewJ ?'S- being the I services. ,

11 their hotel on South ,Palafox. As mittee' there will. be.;I a sec. greatest 'dir tor'in the.,world, Is nowa The Philharmonic fathers however- If the Unmarried Men I

", under new a discovery posuife ,guarantee IOld soon as school closes Mrs. Nicolau ond primary election held on L director'lnc twenty-three companies. are not-to,pay, all of this salary.: They :
and re- and son Charles Overman will to the 12th Edward H. Harrimani'is a directorin '
": money go Tuesday, 'day of ''June. 1906 are responsible for only $13,00 of this
i r-' z _ landed where it in alls every to remove ease Nova Scotia for the summer. for the purpose of nominating candidates forty-six companies., Anthony c N. annual sum. The remaining $7,00( ,' : Knew
freckles pimples: llTer- for the Brady Is in fortY-6even' boards, and Only
IUnIallow.. following offices: will be paid by' the National Conser- i
l It ( ,_ ness spots, collar dlscolora- Mr. Charles E. Goulding who has; Two members of the) House'of Rep, H. E. Huntington Is Irf'slxty' directo vatory of Music in return' for M. Safo- ;
i & tlons,blackbeads and all been visiting his mother has gone resentative. rates. August Belmon't'.' In twenty- noirs services as director of the.
r A a eruptloni of of the how skin,not back to his home in Andalusia. One County Commissioner! five boards, and George' F. Baker, of and teacher of ; '
mauer long District school the piano. : it
i ; How'Tery-eisy is to furnish a house in
( Btandlng, Cures ordinary 4. the First National Bank; Is in forty. Even with two : good shape i
No. of
Z! ""i:"'" cases In 10 days,and tbe nine sources supply"therc' read/.for Housekeeping we feel
V I worst In 29 days. After Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Zung of 805 FRANK REILLY, companies.' was never such compensation: V pretty sure that there'd .
V. these defects are removed the skin will be East Strong will be "at home" this C asNew be several l-weddings In town before
J clear' sort, kealtby aDd beantlfol. No possible) A. H. D'ALE fBERTE, Chairman. paid, to 'any' wielder of the baton. : many days. :
harm can rtsult from Its use. 60 cents and $UICV : afternoon in honor of their daughter Secretary Motor Car. .

f Jj at leading drag stores or by mall. Rosa being .confirmed. A novelty* of railroad constructionhas A Salvage Cruiser. : : Go Right Ahead and Get Married !
COMPANY. Paris. Tenn.
GENUINE IMPORTED PANAMA arrived from the Union Pacific One man in New York says he. .
I' '-Irs----, -.T--nnle--- .Wi2'" !!--n!-; 'and-- -son-- -1mpr--. works at Omaha Neb., to be tried In makes' .
" HATS AT THE M. & 0. CLOTHING p a good living by he calls We'll furnishthe; house for
arrived Saturday evening on a visit experimental tests on 'the Erie rail for : you and you can pay for it
STORE $3.50, WORTH 15.00. cruising salvage. He 'goes about
to her sister Mrs. B. F.V Bryars. road. It Is motor car of striking in an automobile and follows novices later on W, make the payments so easy that they're i

Ir-It E' IsL The -Journal is.in receipt of Knights of P thlas. desfgu and -it arrived under its own trying- to- operate recently purchased scarcely noti ed. Bedroom suits from 120.00 $30.00 or :

invitation from the Faculty and an Pensacola Lodge No. 3. K; of'P.,.will power, without a breakdown or a delay machines. If the machines break ihateyer pricp you 'Want to pay; chairs from 75 cents :

Sennior Class of Young's Female College hold regular"meeting 'Monday night, during the long run, and will be down :or stop he comes up in time to : on up to JS.Op; rockers from $1.25 $2.00 J2.50 to
} June 4, at 8 o'clock. Every'member put into use at once. offer his services as a tug or to offer V up :
L Thomasville Ga., to be present L requested to be present. Work in the Lent to the Erie'toy E. H. Harriman, about half the value of the machineif $20.O0; sideboards from'$1'5 to $65; stoves from J9.00 up; 4S

at e'rcises the thirty-first in commencement ex Rank of Page. Election of officers president of the Union Pacific, the car the owner is so disgusted that Tie : ranges. of. steel. with asbestos lining for $30.00. llat-
the college auditorium : is the seventh turned out by the latter wishes to sell. tin'gs 20 to 3J| cents
Ii Triedi&lld June 3 to 6. and r>:jrets inability to; Miembers of sister lodges, and visiting -' a yard, !laid free.
accept. brethren cordially invited to attend railroad, which Is-to use them on S I f

J. A. KIRKPATRICK C. C, runs on several of Its branch roads One of the "uptown banks standingon
t Dr. .C. R Hutchinson of Touro In HENRY HORSLER! K. R. S.COFFEE.. V In the West. J conspicuous corner has gained a, & QUINA
New In outward.appearance, ,the car is a bad name with the daily crowd. off ,
firmary, Orleans, arrived last
great departure from toe most ad-, Fifth 10810| Pa1aox.StPhone 14&
evening on a visit nome. c '. avenuepedestrians. Its finan- Pensacola, Fla.PULEAs .

It vanced is'the passenger::'cars;'now It'In nse.,. cial standing Is of course beyond question .................., ...............................J
first'of-its has V but its clock
True Mrs. Mallory Kennedy who has type a runs on a very eccentric \!!
decldedV 'i sem Ia1 ce to'a seagoingcraftwith' I and ,
been in the hospital at New Orleansfor !IWe ; confusing system.
the past three ;weeks, is now hn Its "port-like1: windows, its The timepiece-stands in"a spot I II
I :" proving rapidly and is expected home "bow"ktern" and tiirtleback roof.It Easily observable and has been consulted .' I
V .. ',Thousands of persons In L Li I in a fey days. IS' claimed that "the'car .is water for years in spite of its 'ten- COUPON I
t i'1 ,J Pensacola have tried Red are the ,Pioneer tightdusrtproof' and cannot be tele- deneto'. wander from strict accuracy., WJ3R I

I _; 'V Heart Beer and nearly all:I: Miss Jennie Vereen, of Moultrie, Coffee Roasters of scoped because of j& jcound end con- The other day: a woman excusing her "

'of them have formed the Ga., Is the guest of her sister. Mrs. stru'ction.Built entirely ,of steel, Jt lateness'for !luncheon- said the thought 'AjJwsn)ust ,M; Written on This Coupon mUlL No I
I -;; 1 -Red Heart"' habit. Ask J. H. Smithwick. 16 West Gonzalez West Florida. is Hftyjflye: feet long) and has .a' seat she was: on time-by.' 'clock in the .Attiatioa.: .wIUBs'hIt Those NofWritten On It. No ,-

'i. any one of them if Red I street. ing capacjty for .fifty-seven c persons. bank. fcccepfio?,to this Jtule. i
I ':;1' Heart Beer agrees witn I A In the forward end, or; ''"bow"\is located "Oh,,-nobody can*go by that," 'said -. I i

T: them and they will say Mrs. A. R. Hoffman gave. an enjoyable a six-cylinder:gasplene'-; motor, )her |- companion contemptuously.<< My awrotb, ,puzzles. in the Journal to-day we as follows: I
J J\ yes. "maiden "picnic" at Magnolia McHUCH'SBLENDS which drjves-'ttie 'car'ataspee: .'of :'"We call"that'1 the bank where the I' i- -.? tj *f ,-
!Bluff Thursday In honor of .Miss Maggie ,, from-forty to/sixtv.mite's I*an hour and wild -time grows." '- : c' "\ J i

Winter of Mobile guest of Miss ."\ ,. ., recent 'tests"show .''thar as'-a'grade: 'No_ ,,1 ,,__:' ''' '' '' :: !!

1.1 it Not Edna Smith. Bathing and dancingwere have climber,-It >equals, tie'performance'''of : DON'T! 'I 1.! r' ,-. : t.: :?." -. :

t IS V njoyed.. no equal A trial the -best.''locomotiyes... :, ... Don't let your child suffer with No. 2. .. .:..'.::;_. ,. C':--7'. .', ; .
: MM MtM BB MMEverybody's will convincethecon. ,As? .a/complete; train;'a".;trailer 4 that .cough-when'you can qure it with : iL' _--,_ "

favorite. Blue Ribbon ,. the"samequtsIde finish Vand, thlrty- ne Ballard's Horehound Syrup a sure .. ',): '.: : : ': :; -. : ,: "
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V Vanilla Extract The extract that nolsseur, that we, feet .long. 1s.'In 'use on .the,..West rI cure :for Coughs, Bronchitis. Inll u en.'' .NO.T-' ; '" '''''' ,.\ "

fTrue of gives desserts the "Blue Ribbon Fla make no extravagant roads, arranged' '33 combination" 'zar Croup and Pulmonary Disease. .c .- "L' .
vor." baggage, mail and'express car.,, Buy a bottle and.try- it 'c ;< '. : ... .' "
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claims. B. -
I' Laughter, Byhalia Miss., No.4 -
THERE ARE FEW Battle 'R aJ'wlth Rats. writes,: "I have two children wbo had ...... .

people who know how to take care D f Thousands! of rats, 'forty policemen, croup. I tried many different rem J .r-. ,, '. c. ", ,", .'" 4'f, f!
li.Other Brands themselves-the majority do not. Who'esale' and RetailGROCERS 1 seyeral sergeants and "rpundS'men,__a dies, but I must say your Hore- .No.. 5 '. ": V :
: The liver Is a most important organin 4oorma and one, fine2 large Thomas hound Syrup is the best Croup'and '1. ..', I..r... c., '. .
the body. Herbine will keep It In -I 1I 'c;t, '1rbI h':> bears the nameof Juicy Cough medicine. I ever used." .. "; ? !
condition. V. C. Simpkins," Alba NU battled for. hours- Wit ;; s.- i :- f
: it Church UhV-1- !
iiJ" Most all the other'brandswill U'N
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Texas writes: "I have used Her : street police station t
: a/couple rf day ;, .' -, '
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'=, make you bilious, or bine for Chills and Fever and find It -. : $IOORWARDA I
!Lr ::\. cause bad after effects. the best medicine i; 'ever used. I and all J kinds! O< | ,Feed; : ago.The cause of the trouble was the .'',7 .. '." : i. c < t

r I V would bQ without it. It demolition' reward of $100 will, be given for ,; -
I Red Heart is equal to not Is as Stu% of the building formerly ') : I II
;: : any 15c beer and better good for children as it: la for grownup V, occupied by the Coal and Iron Exchange the capture of Jaqe Haney,. escaped .. .' ; -I'
V\, people and I 'recommend It. It 'at the southeast corner of from convict camp.Description: 5 -U I I No. I ; \ 'V !
! : than all lOc brands. feet .7 Inches J 130 pounds ] '
. Try Is fine for La Grippe. Cortlandt and CSurch streets. The ; mediumbuitd '. .

i, : tt.I c Pluto Water buIMiffg is .giving way to a modern ; age 21;. carriage erect; brown I.I NO. ',. ..: : ;: ,
black hair \ : '" ,
F&A.M. eyes ; complexion black; ;
skyscraper: Next ,
I A regular communication of -. street, police station. is the Church medium forehead; medium ears; round I.I I !. : I;;;' :. '. ': Z

TheLOWIS G Pensaoola Lodge, No. 42, F. '-. -V Contractor Rosoff is in charge of{ nose; medium mouth; good teeth!'! ; II N o. 10. ,i: ;" :: :
& M. '' r. round ch'.n! ; short neck; Y ; .
A. will be held Thursday Wholesale and Retail the: square shoul- : : ; .
nfght AU'members' are I work.: of tearing down: ,the old exchange. 1ers; length of feet 10 Inches; ViCe' I Name.Street. ::cV.-,' '
In the basement foundabout
requested to ,be present and visiting I were mtlon scar on left arm. -
100.tons of coil 'n "".' T'r:>- -
brethren Invited., 'By order of New Orleans 'Grocery i Co I! of the coal were some old vaults containing V "YARN BROTHERS- CAMP, I lio. ,: J :

Bear Co. T.E., HARVEY: W. M : ancient records of the ex. Cantonment i .. ': -- -
B. M SO>IX $ON, Sec., -
change., It was found necessary to V ii!" :-- -

remove-.|h& coal in bAskets and Hungarian JUST RECEIVED 100 GENUINE :!
McHugh, and Jewish laborers were e.1 MPORTED PANAMA HATS AT THE
Wholesale Distributers HATS AT THE M. & 0. CLOTHING ployed for this work. *. A; 'CLOTHING STORE; $3.50 Subscribe
: STORE $3.50 WORTH $5.00.V Phone 1 for The JournalI'
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: SURF BATHING: : SEASON. S : :" r THIS. WEEK. Hi';'! _1,

How about the Suit? You know Underwear '
'fit. T.
we can J Jyou
200 pair of Men's, Fine Worsted and Cassi-i |

up from the. sole 6f..your' feet to the crown :.':: : : : ; "

,. . ; ..fon.. !. mere Trousers. worth;regular $3.50, $4 and $5, "I.m ::!

of your head. t' .-.' .V.:: .. .!. .'.. ,.. .'! : J'. .
. for $2.79. : it, !.";

Children's Suits 1 ._ ..-LaV;;_:.-_ '- _25c to 75c : }Men and We have received._ In the last few days an elegant line 3 IH I

Suits-------------s1.0_______..:.- -... .: r 5 : manufacturers in : tL
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Ladles' Suits_._______.._. ___ I..1..J_ _:'.____$7.50 to $6.00Boys' -*, the United S ates. See our big south show window ,,1 H: i

Suits________------_ _.:-.5rifjL-.i.: .------50c. to 1.5Q j."*We.,., are specialists In- this, for styles.. You will benefit, yourself by buying your i, t H :::
.....--. : ,' ,' '. ii-, Shirts, from us, for there Is. real Shirt comfort In the 'iJ ;

Men's Sii/ts..T.71... -n show- you. the, best. kind T. .' sell.' When : Half Hose .;1'r-
? we you buy had best
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Surf.Caps.;_____L..-J.-iA__ v.ri f ;., : _-.i------ _j5 and 35c. values to be found in the; city; : buy .them from a specialist, for it takes years of experjencotQ <, : !,:'.

't learn how the' in this ri;i iT .
J : ,' to judge quality line
Diving Caps 50c ,
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Bathing Shoes__ :-,___. ____-______':.:..___.______25'and 50c 'kind,. the kind:f hat. don't, stick" and selling these goods, and we believe is an L. :,i .-

Bathing' Stockings 1 70 IS and 25c '" expert. !Our stock is the most complete to be found ;., ;
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was a plump little matron of shook her head. Tbe made In Colorado. 'I suppose you them.'.I know Henry will | from T.\ton come to the city .Come right in." : night and' be sure to lock up good. .'.

30 summers, and when "It-is no use'to show me those. I think-women are green at buying ci- my Judgment' as 'soon as he you may as well let them sleep in "Your husband" If you go out you'd better leave the } ,

SHE showcase loungers in the .don't like the picture on the inside of gars." the first one. Wrap them up please. my flat They can go to the restaurant "They are so rushed at the office key with us." .
sighted the cover." .1 The smiling clerk drew forth ,for their meals." now that he does: not get home until Beeson came home tired out evening '-' I' ;. ,,

corner cigar plddoclt.1n'the emporium doorway i The clerk smiled< ,, and,reached for "But madam-It' long box and Quickly wrapped it "But I don't' know all your cousins about S o'clock. I want you to meet but he felt better when he ,: 4

her steelgray away: from the counter another box. "It is no use of trying to convinceme in pink paper'and, tied.. it with a -*' my husband. He is very fond of found there was a chance of a game | .' .- .
they all edged "Well .how about this make? that those cigars were not made cord. .chess. Do you play? You do? How of chess.
inter- doesn't will i'
"That matter. They
to be suddenly
and ested appeared in the oriental lithographs that Surely the.;picture pleases you this in Colorado., Why, isn't there the "One: dollart'ninety-nine.,: ma'am; tell you fast enough who they are. I lovely! Then you can have a game "What time will Bushnell be r ,' \I t'
stamp on the box? Why don't try dqn't beat him it .
you ;
came with: the Egyptian cigarettes."I time. It represents an, old Cuban he said. "That's right. Thank you. Besides,' the name is Bushnell-my here?" he asked. "By the way how 'i| ,
to sell me some that were packed makes him What business did
take it off up
fort. ;You..
by sunset
would.,like to look at some :cigars ? can,, in ,Connecticut and then claim that She gave him a $2 note and he maiden name." you say you were in? 0, I see; you did you know It was Bushnell?" -' \ .''

," she announced, as she placed I theyart .Imported 1 rom Porto Rico'i' turnedher tapper in change. "All right, I'll,care for things, so are a commercial traveler-I know "He told me all about himself. He f fIs -
her shopping bag on the glass case. I 0, it takes you men' to try and gold-: "And now' you admit that I don't worry,"" replied Mrs Beeson in by your sample case. I have a cousinin a cousin of Harry's. He is Peter ,* i '

"I want to ,make, a .little present to 4 N brick 'a woman when she enters a cigar something about' selecting cigars? a true 'neighborly spirit Iowa who 'tr V&ls., Perhaps you and he lives in Tipton. He thinks : ,:

my'husband" ,store."." she said with''a winning'little ,About dusk Mrs.Beeson /saw a man know him. His name is Smythe. He just as you do, that Mrs. Owen ought t. [ I' i:

"Yes;'D &' ,"*responded the:young .The.clerk;sighed. He collected the "I do, Inde dm'a'am.; assured at the door of Mrs. Owen's fiat spells it with a 'y'-there are so not to leave so much silver-" : ., :

clerk with:alow, bow. ''.lV1uLt-er-is open boxes and placed. them back in' clerk../'Very'few would have "There: !" she told herself. "I just many Smiths. ; "How did he know?" ; "' .,

his favorite. ; smoke-. '. ..._. --. the glass case. the. brand of'sfn&kes; that you did." I know that Is Mrs Owen's, cousin "Now, slip this knife under the "We were speaking of hiding r i

"How is thati/- . '. ""I am iorry.," he said in pepper sh' She'placed! tie'bax'under\ her a from Tipton. He-looks like her and window fastening-so. Then, if you places and he seemed to guess where 1.
f "r 4 <- tones, "that we)d .n't seem to have and the next [ nomgnt'her'' he has a small1utchet. too. I'll go I will unlock the door, 'I'll light the it was at once. I told him how mad t cit
"I mean.does.your husband prefera r t paddock had vanished in,the. rowd and'make.him feel at home." So she : will feel made you to spUI,1, :
alum cigar?" any cigars suitable for your,husband. gas for you. It you I
mild. m -or strong street.Then thelchjonie.' lourtg hurried out: ; "My dear are you sure you didn't f
He, must, indeed, be a fastidious more at home.
"I think :J he likes.strong otfes.: turned away'froni.the: ,orieofal c) "Mrs.. Owen Is away from home," ]. tell him who he was?" ,
smoker. A few mnute later Mrs. Beeson
Some of those he smokes. after supper .The overparticular,'-patron' did not ette lithographs' .. she told: the man."You'are her "Silly boy! How could I when I !
.5THE I 't dealing out, all the hospitalityher
are so strong that the neighbors askIf reply, to .thls sudden thrust She : "What, kind 'did she Delect/ ?".' .. cousin ,from Tipton, I suppose. I was nature could give. didn't know? It's time he was here." tt
we areburning, leaves in the backyard swept upland ,'i} wln front, of the asked iu'unisoq.s' : ; thought you' looked like the Bush- generous "We'll just go and get him-if he ttt
,' ( ; ; Yom ..Is Bushnell, isn'tit "Now, here are the matches and "
'cases examined : "Stogies.rgAred the} cl fk,. nells. name is there.
long glass minutely ,
"H'm! They must be strong. How every box 5 land of cigars on dis my word, she selected a box of ? 'I Just knew it was-you have Mr. Owen keepS: his cigars in that "Why, he has left the door un, '
would these suit him?" play. Suddenly she pointed her slen- ies. Preferred their looks to' their nose I can always tell a family jar. You are tb occupy the front locked, and the gas burning." ex-' t
and Porto Ricos.. Maybe it was resemblance. Now, there is no need room, and If you need anything youcan't claimed Mrs. Beeson a moment later,
the toward box with tas t-
The clerk drew a box from der finger a long an and ask us. By ,
bargain-counter price of 1.99 for you to' go away. I can let you find just come they entered the Owen flat. J
of of triumph.
and displayed a row expression
showcase her. Say, I'd.jike' to into their flat" the way if jou1 hear any burglars "He's not as friendly as you-but :
each bundle embel- "There.is what. :lj want, she .ex- attracted
handsome cigars around:the stove-Mrs.
"How longbegan the stranger. prowling gas everything seems all right said t
around when the,old man opens
"Those real cigars I .
ribbon. claimed. long ,
lished with a yellow to hide
original place
r "Only a few days. If you are to 1 Owen has an her husband after a hasty examina 3 "
said the ; know they are just the kind that lot of wedding x
"I Hkeithe pretty ribbon. MATRON. box.And the clerk grinned and threw be In the city you may as well occupy -I things and she has a tion. j
PLUMPLITTLE smokes: He will be tickled to
fair customer, slowly examining the .. Henry ball of tinfoil at-the yellow cat on their fiat' Mrs. Owen leaves I silver. I feel safer to have her cousin "0, Bob," called Mrs. Beeson fromthe :
cigars with her gloved finger, "but I death"if I present him with a box' of snuff jar.-V.fctor A. Hermann the key with me,.so I can watch and sleep here tonight. I have met Har-" kitchen. "He has been so .-

don't like the color of the tobacco.- with warm wat r'nd' use it to dec- those. York Times.What's. not let,any burglars.get In-for she ry Bushnell; are you a brother? thoughtful. He has taken all the sil-, '; ? '
Besides there are horrid yellow' orate a screen,."* The clerk followed the direction of New "; has a lot ,of silver. I declare, I left "A cousin." : ver to put it in a safety deposit box '

specks on them." There is h remote possibility that her finger and then laughed so loud the',key Inside' of their door and we "Then you are Peter Bushnell, -it isn't here anyway." "i.i .
The clerk suppressed a smile. the.fastidious customer may have decided that the yellow cat, asleep on the. are' both locked out." aren't you? I have heard-" But Beeson went to the 'phone and: J .

"My: dear lady," he hastened, on the old "Cuban fort" brand snuff,jar awoke with a start." the seW T11 call later-" "Pardon me, tut; is it safe for Mrs. called up the police. F ,

"don't you know that those little had she not'glanc d"at the end of the "What is so laughable? demanded "0, when they are locked out they -Owen to leave her jewels under COLOR FASHIONS : f -1 ,,

spots are just what connoisseurs look' box. But she- did'glance, and all the the woman in the gray,coat rather come right through our flat and go. the gas stove-? ,: Ii,, t

for?" suave cigar clerks.'in town could not sharply. HEN' Mrs. Owen decided I out on the fire escape. You can open i "They are not under-but In the Exactly. ''','.'' .
made. her purchase those ,ci- "Nothing particular, madamhas Would ever have guessed ti
"No never heard of such a thing.I have ':window with a caseknife. I'll oven! you
with the
tened the clerk. "I was just thinkingof go to New..Haven has her diamonds with "What passed between yourself :i'i .
believe the cigars have been dam- gars. ,.; that? She ;
,> : we she said/firmly. "Isee a good'joke I heard at the'theaterthe husband she tan into show you/ silver is there. Now I'' and the complainant?" inquired the '1'f t +
another box. 'It> is no but her
aged. Show me ; _', to "But; F may be' taken for a burg- her i
I neighbor's leave
The obliging clefk reached for another Ht with myown ejes." other:,night about a woman selecting .. keep mine in the icebox-: I think it magistrate in a county court tlI" .:

brand and opened the box on "See what ma'am t" asked. the cigars for her husband., Do. key and a,Directions.; lar"Why, there, Is no danger of that.I I i is a clever placp, too; but Bob gets "I think sor," replied the worthy r i '
your really want those?" "Please water my plants and into the food. Mr. O'Brien, "a half dozen bricks 'f-
mystified clerk. mad when spills .
the showcase 'always' ad 'a man's face. ,: '
"Here, is something :finebe .heron ,'Why, the word 'Colorado.] '. YQu "I certainly do..,Don't think that I the bird, Mrs. Beeson, I shall can look like the family. Come over for !9 game of chess to- and a lump of paving stone. : t
don't know good cigras when I see home In a feY/ days. If any of to'I I said you ;. -
but the prospective: purchaser: know lhak.Havana cigars,should not I I ; (


T ._... -s- was unmasked before she could accomplish pie on their honeymoon, which was
of the most --
,. highly I
her purpose. Shortly afterwardthe passed on the continent. According to r'
sensational domestic little nobleman was put frankly letters written by the bride to her Lon .
dramas of the still .. and squarely on the market by his secret don friends the early days of this romantic 't

young twentieth cen- promoter whose identity has not period were ideal The fair

-' tury; has recentlycome 1 dyIt yet been made p blic. A regular pro Gladys seemed to be delighted with '
to the front in f 1 spectus was issued, and copies of it her bargain, "and as for dear Town-
were sent to several American cities' shend" she wrote> "he is In the very
England. Its featuresare f
1 and to those whet were the reputed influential seventh heaven of delight. '
BO startling and adviser of American heir- Within three months everything had ,
so spiced with the element of novelty esses. changed. It became known to the

that interest in the matter has become i The secret agent, whoever he may friends of the marquis ttat he had <

International- It has to do with the turn out to be, found the marquis al married this charming young womanin r
marital infelicities of the noble British 'difficult proposition. Try as he might,j consideration of a loan of $135,000 ,
house of Townshend, and were it not it was almost Icapocsible, to negotiatehim. to be raised by her financing father. :

for the corroborate' official records There were plenty of American The loan was still hanging fire. There ,
heiresses in the market, and t Town- was trouble about raising it. and there ;
and the unimpeachable evidence of -; ,i, J shend title was
urke's Peerage" one might believe r ptYr go but the marquis himself was of the mysterious promoter who '
that the romance maker was abroad.It the stumbling block. He came to America -' had played the role of matchmaker.This :i
is alleged that a marquis of ancient at the instigation of his promoter, powerful and secret influence ,'::'.

lineage 'and even roya connec- but it would have been.better if he had whatever It may turn out tb be, beganto : :
tions has been made a prisoner in his remained in England. One look at him, make'no end of trouble. When the .. :
own house, all of his friends and relatives J was sufficient to' disenchant the' most .Townshends returned to England the :
denied access aad that.his the persistent title bunting heiress in the, young husband left his bride suddenly
yictim of sham lunacy proceedings United, States. :The little nobleman' and without explanation and went to -
brought by his captors. His mother r Vf went back to his ancestral estates with-' live with this potent Dan Cupid whose

the dowager marchioness,-has made affidavit out having made even a tipple in American claim was still unsatisfied t
that she has been refused admittance h Frifl.. ,., "' .g; fashionable society.! He remained away from his London

: to the premises. She declares ... ; .-d' 1' 1 But the Suth4rsts, 11 seems, were, home for a period of ten weeks; then .
that her son perfectly sane and than ./' ',. .' i ( } not so fastidious: The' lawyer had a'' he reappeared and the Suthersts saw
an effort is being made.to immure him ", beautiful daughter who had reached a'' to it that be remained. He became a

in a madhouse. _.- .. \ '- : 4 ". marriageable age., and he had made up prisoner. Two physicians called in by
All this is highly interesting, but it : his mind that shft should be the means' the father of the young marchioness ;
is by no means the 'climax. That is : of putting the Si&hnU on'a first class pronounced him insane and the lunacy ; 1
reached only when It is disclosed that social plane. The daughter entered,into commission put him in charge of his
the central figure! in the plot is the un- his plan with infinite zest and shared wife until the matter should be deter- :

fortunate man's wife, a bride of a few ; ; his ambition to its loftiest aspiration.She mined. The dowager marchioness and .
months, beautiful and notably clever. MARQUIS saw the little marquis and declared her friends have made the empire resound ,
This young woman who has captured MARCHIONESS AND EFIV GIVING MAKQUIS TOWNSHEND that she loved him' at the very first with their lamentations. It la }
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her husband the full significance of 'jrlA1tCfIONESS, TOti'M. ; AN AIRING. glimpse. Without a great deal of pre- charged that the Sutberets have conspired :-

the term.vras before her marriage Miss I : his 'tttle In the matrimonial', liminary ceremony they were marriedby to immure the maraula in;a : ,
Gladys :Ethel'Buthirst daughter of a a matr'imomal"Pri' ;, ""He was the nom to earn a living. This would have been twelve.: He ,walks with short, exploit The, marquis had already' special license at,the ancient sanc- madhouse; that the pretext of his insanity -
'2ft. 00-., ,..but extremely inconvenient, for the marquis steps and speaks in A shrill and, market. ,
prosperous Condon lawyer and financier tnat--owner of about acres recipient:of matrimonial over tuary of St. ilaHia's-in-the-Plelds: in is a deep laid< scheme. The k-
'The Suthersts are respectable when he ptel1'd. tl:1: 'possession ot his is diminutive in size,with'a'shrunken pitched voice.,His face Is pale, his been the fifcm. several sources. One"woman the presence of ;the lady's father and whole matter will have to be sifted by f

peoalebut; they hav. .>never.befpre figure estatls, about .nyeiyearsjigQ he found .body on which' is placed ;a, :very lusterless his mouth' tremulous, tures reputed widow of great personal ,two friends., ; the courts and the whole story -as it ,; ;'
fcua .hen tlx'tliat:'his large head./with an abnormal'f ntal heavy hanging underlip. charm, and 'alleged 'fabuloUs t From that moment the beautiful new stands at the present time Is the most "'
the marquis was attractive to them title to them amaanted practically to, development and a peculiariiatngss'atthe Soon' after his accession to the eded-in carrying Wea1th.l marchioness and] 'her"family Jbbk: : full perplexing and sordid that the eXchange : ,
nearly spcc
only on account of his family name. nothing. If,he)ad not come into pos- back. He actually stands only about the marquis seems to have fallen but the,dowager marchioness .had been possession of thi captured lord.- The of 'Itles for gold has yet is* ,; :
Hands of ; I I
the some mysterious
heir- four feet six inches in height and has
Aside from his title and family con- session of a lot of yaluable family still hunt, and the widow Suthersts accompanied th" YQUng cou- spired. WILLIAM CIUU3TUS L.
toy"of : who concocted scheme conducting a ... .. <
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ues'. .. .. .. .. -.. ..$11.95 go at .. ;v.:$1.95 'ai. :.: .. "".* .,;.$4.35 J3.00 Hats.t M '.. ....".. .. ... $2.35 J .". ..t ... '" 't' / -
z All Suits, regular 14.50 and ?15 All Shirts, regular $2 value., now' All. Pants regular (J4 and 14.50 -... .:: $3zSuitsUudtrwear, ;. .,.." -\Ut--- ". 25c Neckwear., ? ... ...? .. .. igc
values at .. .. .. .*. .. ..10.65 ..go' at..,:. ... ..- .." . ..$>65 v*lues,''go 3.t..t .. .. .... ..345. :: }2.50 Hats. '.. .. ..,. ... _.. .. :.|195: : s s (
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? .. .... .. ... : HOO Hats.. .. -.. .. .. .. ..$1.45
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All Suits, regular 12.50 values, All Shirts, regular $1 value, now '. All. Pants, regular $2-50 and 3.00 t ,.
go now at. .. .. .. .. .. .$8.95 go at;.. .. .. .. .: ; .:. .79c. val ei'at..;.. ,. .. ';.' ./ .vi<.$2.15. ;- >1.50 and-$1.15 Hats. .,j .. '.".'$1.20 SOc? Suits: '\'Unj erweaT., .- .,','-' ...,.S9o. ETC., AT 1114E.SAME" .REDUCTION -
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now at .. .. .. '.. .. $7.65 go at,. .. ,. ... .39o values'go; at..; > .. .:.1.20 ; |LOO and: $1.25.Hats. .. ,. .. ?.85e4'J 50e Elastic Seam -Drawers*r '.\135c- ,
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HOME S-WEET'tltJM'E STERLING SILVERWARE, .i and Manufacturers Dealers in

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F. Martin Sr. 18th Ala. Vol. cts. A. '
By Wiley
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"' Engraving and Fine Stationery. .
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;WOnder if any of the readers of Our boy_ were called from the I I guage too degraded for old Sataa-Wnv From there--I tramped to Andalusia, : 604, 606, 608. 610 S. Palafox St.

this paper were with the writer on ditches and formed into line. I have,!I self.I a'distance Qf'atiout 35 miles and spent. ; Phone 725.

Ship Island during the dark twenty- often repeated the wish and desire!I Here trouble began. We were the .night of the 16th two miles" east Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention., f i .
two days of forty-one years ago.? that arrested my thoughts under the shown our quarters and placed 'under of what was .then that' typical. coun- V. J. VIDAL
It so, they will readily recall the circumstances of David and Goliah.! strict guard which ;lasted twenty- try -village; ." s'I '.- ....:...:::.. / Manager.

Incidents herein stated and testify to I could only have saved those .brave two days from: which .a history: could About.onQ'clock huthe afternoonof We will-sel'Jor" ten days at lest,

.the truthfulness of the same. _and innocent boys: from .the" cruelty have been written entitled: "Twenty- Miay\lVl86Viust;\ ; forty-one'' years Em, Q. Zadek Jewelry G than, cost:
The picket forces were put in my meeted out to them as prisoners on two 'Days in Old.:Sat jl'? Claws::' ago today-I 'was greeted by--: father, No. 2 Mackerel], 2 for 15c.

charge on the night previous to the Ship Island I would have readily I ,None but those present can. draw mother..JQur sisters and two' rphers. -. -, MOBILE ,-ALA. : Smoked Halibut (very fine) lOc
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evacuation of our men from Spanish- chosen the side of David and tried the slightesVidea of what suffered: One: o'f}the brothers died 'in Nashville MWX4HftJ '0 -- per pound.

fort to Mobile. The day followingwas i I i the gentleman who was in command both mentally and physically.- One front the effects of a''wound -I ; Ha Blood Red? almbn, lOc per lb.

the most desperate struggle 11 ot my sword and who gave the order thing we.got- an abundance; of,. e.1i>>e-: ceivetf.iitftba.ttle near :Atlanta; ,the .. :.t: Holland Herring (In kits) 60c per
have ever witnesed between man and so hard for:me .to execute.. 'Tis true, daily the, commissioned: officers -, younger ene.dl+ d! at'lraane.Back ; .. : ., :tJ kit
man. A cloud of literal fire hung over life is dear, but circumstances: some- that was hard cursing' and ,bitter. home! .'BaU e-scarred and ," Kaiser Herring ((111 tins) 45c per
us. The increasing roar of cannon I times shape themselves in a manner I II abuse. worn .out trampin'g,. camping, storming .- Smoke tin. .
and musket was like the< thunders of to cause one to willingly give it up THe colonel commanding those .- fighting,.,freeling.or. four long,I Salacine Sausage (Imported. ) !Be
a terrible electric storm; the limpid I I and I have often thought that had guards-I do .not remember his years,.but? back! borne!,; "' per pound.
waters of the flowing streams were those brave bors'and their com, name nor did I ever care,-'to. I oy Ambition was left. ''me, and remarkably OLD \ We have a fresh stock of imported
stained with human blood and went mander known the awful fate that I hope he may have repented of-'Jus : ] good' health, comparatively : I Maccaroni, Spagetti Italian Tomato
leaping their rocky way In deep- awaited them on Ship Island we would sins of unbelief. But the sins i he speaking. But the 'otd home-the y As'' E I Paste, Greek Black Olives, Artichokes
tinted crimson instead of the crystal have died in those ditches and been committed on Ship Island, "were certainly South-was a pitiful picture :of ruin, ff AROtttlr tg' NORtHSTAtE I Navy Bread Pilot Bread, Italian Hard
transparancy characteristic thereto. buried with the many who fell vic the direct result'of, ; legions'>of destruction, woe and :want ,every : Tack, Boston Brown Bread. French
Such was the awful condition of affairs tims in the hard'stru'ggle to save the evil spirits. "J-. where!. i Bread, Russian Caviar and imported
from eight o'clock in the morn- fort and Mobile, Aa.! The meals.(?) were.handed..around And in some early issue we will'.attempt French and Italian Sweet Oils.
lag until! twelve o'clock the following It Is in keeping with the all-wise twice a day-mush aad hard tack', and. to draw a comparison of con- + We carry the only full line of Fran.
night Creator's plans that we, Hs: subjects, hard it was. ; ditions then and now. t cis Leggett's and Dodson and Brown's
Our pickets were forced to surren do not see the end with the begin One other blessingwe enjoyedplenty What shall I render""unto the great FOR : canned goods in the city: Gulf City
der. The army composed of Generals ning. of. fresh' air, ; otherwise- .we giver: of rich blessings the protector Coffee Co.'s "Oaxaca" Gold Standard,
Gibson's and Holtzclaw's brigades! The writer was marched to the would have suffocated. : from .all harm-the royal guide the Pipe I br Cigarette i Daybreak, Diamond Blend and Get
"were all safe in the harbor of Mobile, rear and put under a separate guard I Quite a number of'o ll. innocentboys Great Captain General-for' all' His : den Rio Coffee for sale. They are a.tIT'S
and the picket line of which I was from the boys"he had commanded. All were shot down .,by those old mercies? Respectfully: high grades and give perfect satisfaction.
in charge was in the hands of tae! commissioned officers were put un- "rice patch" negroes. and the cause WILEY F. MARTIN, Sr., i ti .
enemy* The circumstances! were of der separate guards from noncommissioned never investigated. Second Lieut.. Co: B-ISth Reg.;' Ala UNION, MADE
such a cbaracter to test the metal of! officers and pickets. These negroes were the product bama VolunteerS: n- i ,
the hardest heart. Having served as! the rice and sugar 'plantations of Laurel Hill Fla., May' 17. 1906.
an for Next morning March 23, if we re- --' Do Yon Want The
orderly sergeant over twelve marched Louisiana and Mississippi.. rwie were \ QUALITY
member corectly, bRIGINAL.Fotey -
I were
.we : THE, .
months called the roll hundreds of I: forced to
carry wood onour personsfrom
back to fort about two miles distant ,
our & Co., originated
.times. I formed them in battle line,1: three to five miles, the distance f Chicago .
mana'glng them with that military being left optionary with the guardS Kflney and.: Tar as ihroat, and lung Is our. premium I
Fort H gee had been erected by remedy, and on aecounj. the great : ,
characteristic the old sol- ,
to "We- As
not' all.
can tell it
the ... ... ,. about four miles from and
of .
.s. I merits popularity Foley'sHoney ] "
devoted to life and BEST
diery so military Queen of Sheba. said to I.King-\ Solomon ;.
Spanish fort, in the direction of Mobile and.Tar
true as steel to the cause for which : "Not half has been told. manyJImitations are
to prevent gunboats'from entering offered for the. These
; gepuine.:
they are campaigning. We were on this ill-fated island
the channel, and as soon as worthless imitations -ave. similar "F.RANKREIL; Y Distri tutor '
But! now comes the critical hour of when President Lincoln was .assas. i- .
we arrived at the fort the enemy sounding of
action. The command-or demand- nated. The flags at headquarterswere names.Beware .- .-
opened fire with our guns on Fort: The genuine Foley's Honey and Tar "
fame not from lips we knew and floating at half most, but the %c :
Hugee.' That fort, of did not is in yellow'paekag : -
course a- Ask for'it ,
; Tackle
loved to but Fishing
Obey from a stranger, cause was only privately whiskered! : "-
return the fire. It was, reported, and and refuseany substitute. It Is the
and the command itself) was the bit to a special few. of the "commissiOJledofficers :;
true, too, that we had planted torpedoes t' (best remedy for ugh1 < and oli1s.1 .
terest cup ever offered to a true sol- 'between the two lines, so we by our physicians with .instructions W. A. D'Alemberte-i druggist and Jf You are Thinking of Jyptwriier Get the UhsL
left the fort In search of, these. Fortunately to,keep It sacred apothecary. I:. '
Surrender Demanded.The Beginning of the End. : Tennis Golf, Baseball and Athletic]
we failed to find them and L C. Smith
lieutenant in charge of the en.emy's Now the end. to I Goods
returned (to our camp about seven .was.beginning .PEOPLE OF THE DAY the best PhonographS! and re t+
picket lines was a man of o'clock in the evening.. > draw near. General Lee had surren- .. them. Sold] on monthlyfjymenij if de'orris. the best' Dog Medicine, the beef
about my own size and age, and when dered and we were sent to. New Or
he demanded my sword-the only Off for Ship Island. : leans for a few days. Here our, Son of "Old Teeam eh." sired. Write particulars. I[ Bicycles the best Tires, the best t
weapon, the last defence-well do I From here :we were marched to tie guards were of ,the black race -also; Rev. Thomas E. Sherman, son of the L S. BROWN, PENSACOIA, FLA. I Typewriters, the best Lock and Ky
remember how appealingly the bright beat landing where the officers and but quite different in manner. We late General-William Tv'Sherman.. who _.. Fitting, best Trunk Repairing, best
steel glittered in the beautiful moon- privates were separated. It will be I were treated nicey'in New Orleans. -- '
abandoned the trip over the route his i t? I Gas Lamp, and last ;_....f-not least, m
Hghtr and how I hesitated between remembered that Blakely surrenderedthe Next were'aced l.
we on a large father took on his famous "march tothe'sea" -- -" best Roller fikates7
the fatal blow of a horrible death and same day which added a large steamer-"Mollie AJble": wand ..carriedto '
I12if'Over 2,000,000 Sold in West Florida 1905.
because of criticism) ,
the burning desire to retain that implement number of commissioned officers; and Vicksburg where we.' shared a adverse ''Why go to
of war to the final end. 'For privates. >We were placed on boats small portion of hard tack, and bacon. Is a priest of the Church of Rome and a
over forty hours I had pointed that and the question 'went) around: Here we received orders to meet the member of the Socletyof, Jesus. GET YOUR
blade to the front, cheering the brave "Where now?:" 'But it was not answered command at Meridian, Miss, wherewe Father, Sherman is the oldest son of F. B.
boys forward with a hope of execute until we reached Ship Island were paroled and transportation "Old Tecnmseh" and was born in LinBET. .
ing the strict order from General about eight o'clock on the morning of furnished us to Montgomery.Ala.. I
Gibson to "hold the picket line at all the twentyfourth.As On the morning of. May 15, 1865, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA
hazzards for the. safety of this part soon as we were landed hun the writer left Mpntgonwry and s "ElECTRlC FA.NS
of the army depended upon the order dreds of -tlack Africans greeted us came overthe M. and M.- 1Iroad' to
being' faithfully executed. ; with hideous faces ,and yells of Ian- Geavee ,.Hill a small .sid :way' Station.' H WOOD

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ue s.r ro s : Phones 164 and 363.

clean arid repair your old one.. '

,. D you cannot obtain Arbuckles ARIOSA Don't you,take it no matter' whether the ARIOSA really is if )'ou1, it/and.-b ee+ 1 y : : "

Coffee at a nearby store, send us postal or price be 10 cent or 35 cents. Insist on havingArbuckles' accustomed to it. It furnishes.just the- BOSSO'SIce
-express money order for$1.80and we will send ;:ARIOSA',instead.'e genuine stimulant, enables one to-'withstand 'fatigue,' i : J ,. W. PEAKf1

transportation paid to your freight station ten Arbuckles.ia. sold only in.sealed one pound increases the powers of endurancequickens; the L1. Cream Factory

pounds of f Arbuckles' ARIOSA Coffee in a packages that" never contain less than a'full pulse cleanup the brain and puts heart into the. 1 .

strong wood box. The $1.80 pays for both pound and reach you directly from the mill work. That:it is the best, most.vhalesomd. Is can famish you cream la

transportariot and coffee, and there will be unhanded and pure. It will keep fresh for coffee to be hail for the money is proved 1 by it i I *. > EXPEXT ELECTRICAN.. '' any quantity. Satisfactloa
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Dotting more to Price fluctuates and Each .is hermerkaDy sealed with : sales .which -. :* ; .. 'guara.ntee\L\
pay. years. berry a enormous exceed those of aO.other mo as E. rv vkN.' '.

cannot be guaranteed for any period. The coating of fresh eggs and granulated sugar,which, packaged: coffees in the United States combined. caster, 0., ia 1856. He was,educated at Pensacola, Florida. PHONE 1326

coffee will be shipped in the original wrappers preserves strength and flavor, and settles the Addrcn Office the of an4 at ... : SAM BOSSO. Prop.
University Louis
out nearest Box : .St
tearing the signature of Arbikkle Bros.- 10 coffee quickly when cooked. This is the original Dept., Georgetown university, graduatingfrom Phone 345 or 955.New Star :Laundry Building. .

packages- 10 signatures. We give presents "Mother'," process patented by this firm ia ,ARBUCKLE-- ..BROTHERS.. the latter institution at the age ofsixteen. .. : -
and will send free if write fork wVich the characteristics : '. .;
foe signatures you of our skilled coffee 71 Water SOW. New Yak Qj.: iff? General Sherman bad design j
book with colored pictures of 97 useful blending and secured for intact- 100 Mi&gu ffl.l
new roasting are : you Avenue Okas:: _
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son the law and Thomas
and valuable: presents for Wen of Arbuckles no matter how distant your location-and these Liberty Are and Wood Sr. PittOwrjiw |V jl. : be You Have Malaria! .
.ARIOSA-, are not to be compared with crude primitive 421 South Seventh' Steel. &.Lwii. Ma. Swing was sent to Yale, where .:
earned the degree of doctor of laws.
Don't buy loose coffee, for methods smaller scale It is best
grocery-store you on a to grindat Then he
went to St. Louis, in whichdty
never can tell where it comes from where it has home. wanted; wanning it slightly makes it It '

teen, or how much it has been handled. There easy to grind and develops that dews: cup IF worldly to pluck.success He'helped hung ready to organize for hiabend ; a :HeRSI l. i iI

is nothing to identify it except the price, no way quaKty'pecuEarry Arbuckles.- YOUR GROCER .Btv. llark'a Literary society in the StL@np ", 1

to know positively that you are actually receiving This is the tame Arbuckles'Roasted Coffee, REFUSES TO SELL: .. university and. was one of the f
v what you pay for. You don't know and edoesn't the same 6ru that introduced thuty.sevenyean > CURE YOU
ARBUCKLES" : rising young men of the town, wen I WILl;
grocer know. You trust him he trusts ago. Through every vicissitude of all those long one day be suddenly turned his pack .' ,

somebody who trusts somebody else. Coffee years Arbuekles ARIOSA has maintained b ARIOSA COFFEE 1 ppon it all and entered the Society of CURES ,

values are determined by:; flavor and cup quality reputation with consumers and its sales have WE Jesus. It was said that strong influences LIVER TROUBLES DR. J. H. MOCK

when cooked not by outward- appearance multiplied until we to-day buy,"roast and sell WILL SEND YOU were brought to bear upon aim

by the-. price t,Jed=MM| more coffee than the four next largest concernsin to'dissuade him.from this step, but he BEST FOR Dental

About loose grocery store coffee you can 1M: the.world combined Hundreds> of feeble 1o.-.. WAS true,to his resolve tad'fixed in. his CONSTIPATIONGUARANTEED. ,. Surgeon
: sure only of this-that it collects the dust of the imitatio meaawhileThave come and Spechlt1.
gone- DI REC"t determination to give up hIs life .to Crown and Bridge Work a
tae and freely absorbs impurities.; You may some to die in the horsing others to flourish the church. The .Jetnjts sent him..I? r : Painless Extracting of Teeth.

not wash k-you must simply roost t and dock Briefly, decay!t and pass.WIY", .'.:' ..... SteayatirsEngland,' for his noTitiate. > PRICE. .5Cl.CENTS ... .. r r 't .,. 281/z! S. Palafox St
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