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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 5, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
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VOL IX NO. 134. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY Y MORNING, JUNE ,5, 1906. PRICE CENTS 0I : .

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FILTHY CONTAMINATIONOF :SENATOR GORMAN RAILROAD MEN. ASSAULTED :




I MEAT FOOD PRODUCTS HAS PASSED AWAY AND BEATEN BY NEGROESTaylor o'r'



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Died Suddenly of .Heart.- Failure t Grant Conditional Pardon : I I Ben F. Whiddon Supervisor of 1. !' ;: : : I

Packers Handle! Mea & I ,

Chicago .. When Thought to Be I to Assailant of W. B. Lamar & N. Knocked Into Insensi- -. !J-F : '

With No Regard for Clean t '..
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Improving.; bility With Picket : ,1 t
liness.MENACE Special to The Journal. who is serving a five year's

Tallahassee, Fla., June 4.-The sentence for assault on CongressmanW. ,

re fif Board of Pardons today granteda B. Lamaf. Taylor win be released .
POTITICAL lEADER conditional pardon to Walter D. at once.BURTON. : TWO ASSAULTED
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Splinters( and Filth Scooped p pp For Many National Years Affairs.Prominent ii in Will PROMOTI r T[ T N RESiGN[ I N L L Bush Was Blacks Also Beaten. by tht -i f'i, ;




Up p Indiscriminately. IMMiGRATiON SEAT[ T IN T THESENATE [ .. I7 I "'

REPORT ON COND DEATH CAME MONDAY MORNING? I I THE CAUSE OF THE TROUBL4! I', ".

EXHAUSTIVE ILLNE'SS""OF ;
AFTER AN FIVE WAS THE ARREST OF A NEGRO j i

TINS: AT UNION. STOCKYARDS NINTHS' DURATION-STAUNCH CHARGED WITH UNLAWFULLY!' I

; T TOSOUTH [N T
CHICAGO, TRANSMITTED DEMOCRAT WHOSE SERVICE T TI [ :RIDING TRAINS PRISONERS ;

CONGRESS BY THE i
TO TO THE PARTY KEPT HIM IN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT TO
W
':P.ESIDENT-PURCHASERS DECEIVED PUBLIC EYE FOR YEARS. I I MURDER. I

BY LABEL-LEGISL; Plans Adopted Include Establish :Tenders Resignation to t Governor

R
TION RECOMMENDED. By Associated!! Press men! of a Permanent Bureau loch], Who Later AppointsF. :According to reports and the ert
4. ''Arthur Pue
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June
Washington,
deuce In possession of offlcara!, a
Gorman, United States senator froMaryland in New York. D. Coburn .
Associated Press died suddenly at his resi.! desperate attempt was made upon the .

By \ dence in this city at $Q5 this! mot I lives of Benjamin E. Whiddon and I*
Th i
4.
June -
D. C.
Washington, \v'\\ ing. :I By Associated Press. By Associated Press. Bush yesterday by a crowd of eight Often '

report of James Bronson Rey-: Up to the time of death Senate New York, June .-The Southern Topeka, June 4.-United State negroes. Mr. WhMdon is the well

jolcls! and Commissioner Charles IKeill. Gorman was conscious. His coad' States Immigration Commission met. /Senator Joseph R. !Bnrton to-day, after known supervisor of the Louisville & ,
the committee appointed: by the tion during the past week had improved here today to organize for the purpose consultation with friends, sent his }'
to investigate into the coiflt so much that yesterday the of promoting immigration: to the< resignation to Governor Hoch. A Nashville Railroad Company and Mr

president -of Chicago, n'4' family ha a' hopes of shortly takin south. Seven southern states wen short time later Governor Hoch tel( Bush is another employee of the same
!! > in the stock yards ARTHUR PUE GORMAN. him to the country. He partook o! represented, besides several tarttransportation graphed VSce-Presldent Fairbanks company. :_

'TO.- submitted to Congress by ?res- some nourishment at 8 o'clock this companies, chamber'of the presiding officer of the senate of Mr. Whiddon was struck in the face C

dent Roosevet! today. The report i is 4. morning, but at 9 o'clock he was commerce and similar organizations the resignation and its acceptanc and in the head with a fence picket

complete going into the meat pad seized with a heart attack and died' The plan tentatively proposed i includes : It is not known what action Govei. and knocked unconscious, and remained .
AMERICAN VOLUNTEERS? I ia five minutes. At the bedside were three appointees by the governor .
all its details. nor Hoch will take in the appointment in that condition for nearly two ,
in *
Ing! industry i I Mrs. Gorman, Miss Ada Gorman, .1 he of each state and an executive of h After reciting the conditions of the senator's eldest: daughter, and the committee of fifteen, the further "
CANINEA MINESGOVERNOR I and vane, National Republican committeeman and struck, but was not as seriously
lards, buildings, etc., at the stok GUARD nurse. When the attack came physic : establishment of a permanent bureau from Kansas is' spoken of or painfully beaten as Mr. Wb.ii
I
yards, the report takes up the tr at-' ;ans were sent for, but the senate' in New York with a resident chair and he was in consultation with the

of meats and prepared food i I was dead before they arrived. man. governor a few moments after the don.From what can be learned concern '
went OF SONORA AND MEXICAN TROOPS ASSISTED BY FORCE Gorman's illitess extends {)
this connection says: Senator An executive board tip nine member! resignation was made known. ing the affair it appears that a ne ;
products and in over a period of five months. He had was named with power to increase the ; i
gro had been arrested, either by :\1r
UNITED STATES-ALL TELEGRAMS FROM SCENEOF
absence of cleanliness was also FROM rot' left his home since January 16
"An number to fifteen. Among those named Coburn Appointed. i Whiddon or Mr. Buch, for riding ou '

fund everywhere! in the handling of TROUBLE CENSORED TEN AMERICANS! KILLEDBy He suffered, in addition;Jess to his hear were Frederick W. Gordon and Topeka, June 4.-P. D. Coburn has.. the switch engine; which is contrarj

neat being: prepared for the variou affection' with more or stomach David Robinson, of Georgia; T. K been appointed United States .6ena- to law, unless the party be an enployee

neat-food products. After killing I II trouble.: A week ago last Saturdayhe Bruner, of North Carolina. Florid tor to succeed Joseph Burton.. i of the railroad company. Th
Associated Press. trouble is anticipated. was seized with a heart attacK '
was not officially represented.FIGHTING The
I arrest occurred at Goulding. pri
carcasses are well washed, and up to 'I and it was thought then that he could'
Washington, June 4.-The war department'has I oner was placed on the switch enginefor
the time they reach the cooling room 'I Quiet at C ninea. not survive, but he rallied ands < NOTED INDIANA I the purpose of being brought to
received a dispatch from 1 1I seemed to get much better.Up I ANTI-
ere handled in a fairly sanitary and -I I Bisbee, Ariz., June 3.-A message. very i the city and placed in jail, on failure
Major Watts, of the. Fifth cavalry, I to late last night he was in th :
,
that received here by telephone today confirms
,'eanly manner. The parts to make bond. Arriving at the gas .
DEAD a
for treatment from Naco, Arizona: which says, in the reports that .all is quiet at, best of spiritsand chatted with vat PASS AMENDMENT EDITOR house the prisoner in the custody ol \
\?i\r the cooling room cus members of the familY As sac ,
substance, that stories of th orf gin Caninea.. (A conservativeestimateofthe Messrs Whiddon and Bush was taken
with regal' 'was' sent.1 to
worii
Iii; oulk are. also handled of the trouble at Caninea differ The casualties Friday and Saturday: is! as he passed away, from' the engine. It appeared as ii

to cleanliness\ but the parts that an copper company claims the trouble Is thirty Mexicans and five Americans. the senate. leaves widow By Associated Press By Associated Press. he was going to made a break to gel ':

sent from the cooling room to thosUfpartments < I I socialistic and is due) to labor agita I Senator children'Gorman follows a : Miss; I Washington, June 4. Efforts have( Indianapolis, June .John C. r\ew away, but did not The walk down '
and -six as
iivhich i
of the packing houses I tors. The total casualties are two Telegrams Censored Wilton J. Lam already begun to defeat the antipassam died at his home here to-day of drop; the track south toward the depot was
I I 1 Mrs.
;Ada Gorman,
various forms of meat product! Americans and about fifteen Mexicans: Douglas, Ariz., June 3.-It is :
.. appar-'i brt Mrs. R. A. Johnson, Mrs. R WHil's ndment to the railroad rate bill, sy.; He had been sick nearly a year commenced.
are prepared are han lied with no re' killed. The governor of Sonora is at ent that all telegrams and telephone ', of this city Mrs. Stephei as far as it relates to trainmen and llr. New was born in 1831, and wa; Gave a Signal. :
card! whatver for cleanliness. Ir Caninea and t/Dk with him -two hun messages from Caninea have been all ; their families. Many telegrams were appointed United States treasurer i:1
'who arrived The accompanied those
Gambrill of London, Eng., prisoner
home of the largest establishment! ; dred and fifty American volunteer censored and it is now believed that,' week, and1 Arthur: received today by members of th-: 1875 by President' Grant, assistant who had him in custody peacefully
here a ago
'.ui.* that are sent to what is knows guards.At I I more persons were killed in the riots of the treasury by' President ,
house from officers of railway employees secretary
Pue Gorman. Jr., of Laurel, Md.. !a : until the :DoSoto street crossing was !
>. 'ht boning room are thrown in thap present all is Quiet at Caninea.Friday; and Saturday than have been member of the Maryland assembly. organizations qrging them tc Arthur in 1882 and consul general reached. He saw a crowd of men

upon the floor. The workers. Colonel Greene over the telephonethis officially acknowledged. Persons from;':' While Senator Gorman had bee; use all pos&'ble means to stop the to London by President Harrison members of his! own race, standing 1

c''I'wb over these;: heaps of meat, seJprt morning, said that all was quiet, there say that ten Americans were' ill for a number of months, he had :passage of this amendment. I II in 1888. !For many years he was near a saloon and gave them some .
the pieces they wish, and frt that the Mexican troops have every killed at least, but no verification is I. ; proprietor of the Indianapolis Jour
the shown some improvements lately I kind/ of a signal, so it is stated. A
quentlj throw them down upon thing well in hand and that no more obtainable.
working I; Heart trouble was the immediat< crowd of negroes rushed toward tt<
<
:m floor beside their SAN FRANCISCO
cause of his death. nal.FIRE prisoner and Messrs.( Whiddon and
meat
t ench. Even in cutting the upou
A Notable Career. Bush and undertook to release tht
the bench the work is usually I DESTROYS
held pressed against their aprons: ,, King and Queen of Spain Senator: Gorman long had been a RELIEF FUNDS v former. A: fight ensued in which Mr.
notable figure in the national con Whiddon knocked down one black
and these as a rule, indMTibably -
were
,
aprons filthy. They were madein ?ress. He first took his seat in 1881 THE SHER :HOME but in the general ix-up and melee ,

most cases of leather or of rough Review Troops and MarinesBy and served continuously for eighteen By Associated Press he was struck in the face with a picket .

sacking and bore long accumulated rears and nearly all of that time hewas New York, June 4.-To correct ais and knocked down. While down, hU
few cases the leader of his party in th erroneous impression of the amount assailant dealt him a blow! on the side
dirt In only a
grease and
were suitable oilcloth aprons worn. Associated Press soldiers and marines by King Alfon-I senate. Winning early a reputatio-; of funds sent to San Francisco for: ; CONSIDERABLE TROUBLE EX- ol the head, which rendered the supervisor -

Moreover, men were seen to climb from Madrid, June: 4.-The Spanish populace so and Queen Victoria. The fOr[ sagacity and the keenest judge.! relief James D. /iFhelan, chairman ol i ithe PERIENCED IN SENDING: unconscious.

the !floor and stand, with shoes dirty; is gradually recovering its com-, escort included an officer of all nations tent in congressional affairs, he attained finance committee to-day wired. Officers Notified. ; ;

uith the refuse of the floors, on the' posure and the program of the wedding -! represented here. Ths grardita51 prominence, not only as a.. that the actual cash received to date IN ALARM. Mr. Whiddon was picked up an< } 'fI

tables: upon which: the meat was han festivities is be'ng: carried out j tonight was attended by the eader in the senate, but in the coup for this purpose amounted to $424,- carried immediately to the office a

dled. They were seen at the lunca The principal: event to-day was a'>' Spanish royal family and visiting try: at large and by available many men was:Inlis 000. ,I the company surgeon, Dr. Rensha t
I' considered the most man
tour sitting the tables on the spot military review of fifteen thousand princes and envoys. hour yesterday medical
on party for the presidency.: He w.is Fire at an early : ; where he was given treatment!
en which the meat product was han- chairman of the executive commute THE REVOLUTIONIN morning practically destroyed? theresidence and finally restored to consciousness
dltd: and all this under the very cje 518 East Meniencia noU '
I snd managed the campaign that reulted of S. Sher, : A.S soon as poss'ble officers were
of the superintendent: of the room, lOver Six Per Cent IncreaseIn ; in the election of Cleveland ic street.Considerable. I Bed of the asault, and Chief of Polio
showing that this was the commo GUATEMALABy trouble was had in i Schad and Deputy Sheriff Sandert

iractice. 1884.The most notable contest of his turning in the alarm. An effort wa? I, were soon on the scene.

Acme of Nastiness. the 1906 Cotton Acreage ; (congressional career and one whir} made at first to send in the cat! I Arrests Made.
"Meat scraps were also found being Associated Press. from box 25, but for some unknowj
attracted to him wider\ attention thaiiinything I The two officers made a hurried, .but
stoveled into, receptacles from dirty -- i else, was when he led the Washington, June 4.-1Unister reason the alarm was out of order
I I I thorough investigation of the affail
floors where they;: were left to lie! un- cabled the state department and did not work. Finally the telephone
25 84.6 in Combs
By Associated Press ing crop on May was compar-I' senate minority 1890-91 and defeated I and placed under arrest Lazaruf
l soon
ti. again shoveled! into barrels or into Washington, June 4-The Crop Estimating ed with 77.2 !last year on the federal elections bill Tuhis to-day that the Guatemalan situation I was sought and a: delay was Williams and August Pinkston, na I

machines for chopping. These( Board: of the ,Bureau of Statistics date, 83 in 1904, and a ten year aver I sagacious leadership and adroit! was looking more serious. Ha did bccasdoited there but eventually: a changed with the assault
floors, it must be noted, were in most collisions between connection secured and the fire roes upon
: was I
ill-! : of the Department of_Agricul age of 84.9. r management, his party friends attri not report additional! I' Mr. Whiddon and Mr. Bush. Achargjf
ties; damp and soggy, in dark ture finds the total area planted to' Per centages of area and conditioncf I uted: the defeat! of the measure the revolution-and government department notified. assault with intent to murdei

'ventilated1 rooms, and the emplo'eesII cctton in the United States this year the crop compared with last year, which was so obnoxious to the south forces. The fire started1 in the :rear end ofthe was preferred against them. Chief t
considerable

utter ignorance of cleanliness or house and had gained
will to be about 28,686,000 acres: an n- for several states follow N9rth Carolina When the Democrats had control :ol 1the : discovered chad and Deputy Sanders are working
danger to health expectorated at 6.2 104 and 84 South Carolina, IQ3; senate, Gorman was the headway before being
of about 1,685,000 acres, or ; recog have
crease on the case, and expect to
upon them. It a word, we saw meat REV. SIBLEY HAS This together with the delay in tuning
per cent, compared with ,last year. and 82; Georgia 206 and 86; Florida:! lized'; leader of that body. It was atthat other members of the crowd, making
shoveled from filthy wooden floor: I in the alarm put the fire depart-
condition( of the grow 94 and 83.PEACE. : time that the:! tariff bill of 1894
The average assault behind the bars within
Plied on tables rarely washed, pushed was passed, and although the Manland CALL TO VIRGINIA'RESBYTERiAN men' at a disadvantage, as the structure the a
from room to room in rotten box. senator was not a member ofthe I : was enveloped in flames when short period.A

tins in all of which processes it wash : finance committee, he had sc, the department arrived. Another I Close Call.
INSPICT'STOCKYARDS
The way of gathering dirt, splinters,I WILL \ PREVAILED much to do with shaping thai flsirce of trouble. was. found. In "1'r. Whiddon had a close call ana

four filth, and the expectoration o! measure that his name is often given PASTOR IS INVITED trying to place the fire hose on there that he escaped with his life or with

'tbArcul us and other diseases from IN THE HOUSEBy A' it and in fact it is frequently plug at Cevallos and'Intendencia jut serious injury is considered lucky
\o-:'ers. Where comment was made( sailed .tho: Wilson-Gorman tariff.It TO ACCEPT PASTORATE: streets It was seen that the threads by those who understand the nature othis

to floor superintendents about these was during Cleveland's last administration THERE were in poor condition ana it was I wounds.

Batters, it was always the reply that By Assocla1 d. Prest Associated Press that a break occurred OF LARGE CHURCH some minutes before the connection I Convened Home
tts! meat would afterwards be cook- Chicago, June Following the between the Democratic president sas made there and a- stream of
*c and that this sterilization woulc: message of President Roosevelt to Washington, June 4.-Peace pre and the leader of the party in the \ater thrown on the flames. As soon as his wound was dressed
Pent from its1se.E"en of Health vailed in the House todaI1norih. paster of the First,. Another Blaze. Mr. Whiddon was conveyed to the sta.
any danger congress, Commissioner: {' In a speech which always Rev. J. S. Sibley, I
tinit may be pointed out in pass- Whalen to-day announced that he Lealer Williams being willing to call;! ffill be remembered by those who Presbyterian church, yesterday The home of a negro named Gr',e, tion and from there carried to his

!Ill! is not wholly true. A very con- would1 at once order; sanitary Inspection I off opposition after statehood the report bill of! had the heard it, Senator Gorman severely I ed a call to the pastorate of one receiv-I it; the corner of Hayne 'and Strong: home in Cottage Hill on a special
Merable! hand conference on the Virginia, a streets was consumed by fire yestei- train.
of meat jards.
portion the so of the stock iiraigned the president To th's!; I churches in
'ed is sent out as smoked' products :...... : I I been made. Being suspension day,, opposition) the defeat of Senator Gorman largest whose pulpit he had filled several day! morning. Through the efforts of The Louisville and Nashville has a
many bills of little national import- Officer Nell, it is probabe: reputation for remaining by its employees
>Inin(\ the form of sausages, which a few years later is attribute: times during his visit to that state a Mounted
zrc prepared to be eaten without be- BIG PACKERS i ance were passea'. i although his party lost Maryland IEh or two ago. I I hat the lives of all the; occupantssere in matters of the character ot '
.np! cooked. The house was officially notified cf As year in ,the nature of ai'' saved. He turned in the alarm! yesterday, and the company will unioubtedly -
esilver campaigns. soon the call came
; as The
A particularly glaring instance of the death of Senator Gorman and adjourned Democrats gained control of the to Mr. Sibley and he has not.! md pulled two of the inmates out ofhe assist in the prosecution ol
cleanliness MAKE DENIAL[ at 2:30. after: a special com- surprise thought I house, just before the roof over those charged with the crime.
was found in a room seven state he was at once re-elected tothe yet given the matter sufficient
mittee of had been named to
in which they fell in.
he were
\ ere the best grade of sausage was : senate.It determine what his decision! will room
tern: prepared for It was attend the funeral. k to church would regret -I Mayor Bliss was present at the Coal Miners Resume Work.
; export. due to his leadership that astOOn Pensacola
4.-EIght big pack was be The
June the session the president'smessage 111. June 4. About 30.
Chicago During in- -
Sher fire and displayed a great Springfield
bade: from carefully selected meats, to-night issued I as he was again in the senate,, to lose him, as he has not only:
establishments s the condition of have been .
packinghouses
and ing on church itself I rest in the pressure of :water. The )00) coal miners who on
wa being be eaten in the -
prepared to leader of the work
the chargesand hp. was made : minority valient ;
to
replying received and referred to done two months
the
statements was for resumed
stated that while .the strike past
ttcookei! : In this case the employee assertions of Nell! md although the seniority rule is is recognized as one of the .1' nayor pressurevas
but
he
the : I. the
denying the committee on agriculture far from that called for by the work to-day throughout
tsrtsd the the
meat-across a in city.
chopped-up of the strictly enforced, Gorman was given pastors
the report popular
in most i
remainder of the minesirill
and Reynolds city ordinance, it was sufficient {arsmaIl state. The
from in a barrow, the handles of that tc II :
and thepresident's committee places were equal
house investigation I I the coming v.-e-)',.
packing NEGROES ENGAGE IN fires as those of last night open during
Mch were filthy with grease, The held after :
continuous
message in .connection hos; : he had long -
!S'at was then thrown out upon FIGHT ON STEAMERC. service. the treaty held back until the nE'Ces'j I
tables, and the employee climbed upt therewith. I two-third of the senators jvere Fighting In Tanjjier. Balloon Voyage.
Senator Gorman was vigorously -
opposed sary
bal
France, June 4.-The
between Dieppe
Tangier June 14. Fighting -
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h! thj table .handled the meat with Korean Di rdcri- Lewis and Will Crawford, negroes to the acquisition of the Philippines o secured. in public I the forces of the Sultan and loon of (Baron Kerwin. chief of the .
<
j unwashed hands, knelt with his London, June.4The' Daily Tele-- employed on the steamer Tarpon and fought the ratification ofthe Condemning extravagance Gorman'spleas he pretender has been renewed. The Austrian military balloon department :t
'rty Senator
apron and trousers in contactlith became engaged in cutting af- Paris treaty with all the force expenditures.
graph's Tokio correspondent says a : voiced the views I iretender'has driven back the Sul- which left London Saturday night Uin
the meat he was spreading out that the rebels at Hongju, Korea have fray. As a result the former is at a ie possessed. Knowing that strong for economy should an's forces, inflicting considerable L attempt to reach Vienna o'escend- '
'i, after he had fin'shed his opera- hospital suffering from knife wound being exerted on Democrats of! his party that less money .
ofa polytargl a was
members Jressure ed i here at 1 o'clock this morn
theerritory
murdered thirty devastated near
for losses, and also has
tea, aa'n; took hold of the dirty han- i society and are looting right and I and Crawford Is in jail, 'charged with who' were standing by him, he. be spent for big ships and more. t.t of the loyal Riff tribe. m i. '
., harbor improvements :
-- '--"'--. assault with a knife. ur ged' an early vote while friends of river and
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!, A Happy Home, OF f MEAT f FODOPRODUCTS n nr


i To have a happy home you must have children,

as they are great happy-home rs. If a weak

woman you can be made strong enough to bear r O U

healthy children, with little pain or discomfort to

yourself, by taking

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WINE dies of the wheelbarrow, went back I

CARDUI for another.,loadv and' repeated th's
process indefinitely. Inquiry developed -
OF the fact that there was no
water in this room at all, and the! .
only method the man adopted he
Woman's Relief cleaning his hands was to" rub them '

filthier against. trousers.his dirty apron or on his still Means something when the beer is Schlitz.

It will ease away all your pain, reduce inflam- Example -Filthin sl. ,

mation, cure leucorrhea (whites),falling womb, ovarIan "As an example of the 'entire disregard has been
Schlitz beer uniquefor
on the part of employees of For fifty
backache headache
trouble, disordered menses- any notion.of cleanliness in handling years,
etc., and make childbirth natural and easy. Try it. dressed meat, 'We saw a hog that had

At drug store in $1.00 batHes.W1U'1'I just been killed, cleaned, washed, and! idea
every its We have
adopted
started on its way to the cooling purity.: every ,
room fall from the sliding rail,vto a '
dirty wooden floor and slide partway ,
US A UTTER "DUS TO CARDUI
into a filthy m n's privy. It was this end.
freely and frankly, Ming us all your and nothing else, is my baby girl,now picked up by two employees, placed every invention that could aid to
troubles. We wiO send free advice (in two weeks old," writes Airs. J. P. upon a truck, carried into the cooling
plata sealed envelope). Address: La.West. ', of Webster City, Iowa "She room and hung up with_other car-
dies' AdviseryDept.lTbeChattanooga is a fine, healthy babe and we are casses, no effort being made to clean of
Medidne Co., Chattanooga Term. both doing nicely." it. Today, more than half the cost our

'The radical defect in the presents

>stem of inspection is that it dOtS '. .. n 1 1. 1
not go far enough. It is confined at is to insure tat dcniitz Deer i
brewing spent
present by law to passing on tlie
grew out of an old Colombian debt as- ,
sumed by Venezuela as far back as healthfulness of animals at the time '
h" -
T TRYINGTOSHIFT T 1834. Of the claims arising: from in- of killing; but the meat'!! that is :' : :
revolutions used in sausage ana' in the various shall be : :
jury to property during pure. ..,," -: J i" : .
,
only 10 per cent. were, attributed ,to forms of canXi products and other a t. <.*, .' ''
the Mates revolt.A prepared meat foods goes through ,:' V-.' ', ,.' ,: <, : :
statement given out today by the many processes, in all of which there :
YEN[Nl[ [EL l S New York and Bermudez Co., in refer- h possibility of contamination through .

la's ence debts to the to attempt foreign to Interests shift Venezue in Ven- insanitary get through handling the use, and of further chemicals dan! Yet to. ask means tot get it instead of.a

ezuela, says: During all these'processes of preparation '
"The impression widely prevails in there is no government inspec- i: :
DEBTS E the United States; and has been sedulously tion and no assurance whatever that Common
propagated by the Venezuelan these meat-food products are wholesome Ask for the Brewery Bottling. ,.
and fit for food-despite the
agents the company's through the property public was press seizedon that fact that all these products, when Common beer is sometimes substituted for Schlt"lz.To ,

account of its < that the cork
have been passed upon by government avoid being imposed upon, see or crown
Castro Would' Compel Foreign In- in the Matos is utterly revolution.unfounded."In This. impression inspectors."As .

Pay Half of Claims the suit In which the company's to the investigation of the alleged -
property was seized no mention Is use of dyes, preservatives, or '-
tareAllowed Commission. made of revolution. The revolutionary chemicals in the preparation of cured
by suit was brought subsequently anj meats, sausages, and canned good:
had no connection with the seizure of we are not yet prepared to report
Special to The Journal. the property which has for the lasttwo We did look into the matter of san.
New York, June President Castro's years been held and exploited for itary handling of the meats being
reputation for cunning will be enhanced the benefit of President Castro and has prepared for the various food:
by the scheme which has just favorites. The suit was designed products.
come to light! to force the French simply to divert attention from the "The results of our observationshave
Cable Co. and the New York and Ber wrongs done to the company and, if already been partly given. I--H.-
mudez (Asphalt) Co. to pay half the possible, to preclude diplomatic interference Other instances of how products may
claims assessed against Venezuela by in its behalf. be made up, and still secure the
the Mixed Commission.The "As the payments of money to General stamp of government inspection are
claims amount to 40,000,000 I Matos were made under coercion, i here given. In one well-known establishment
bolivars-about JIO.000,000. One of I the company can' not be Justly charged we came upon fresh meat.
the problems that Castro left Vice- I with any liability, The proposition being shoveled into barrels, and a.
President' Gomez to struggle with was :to assess the Hew York and Bermudez regular proportion being added of
that of collecting one-half of these I Co. with one-quarter of the amount ofthe stale scraps that had lain on a dirty, '
claims, or about $2,000,000 each from obligations of the Venezuelan government -floor in the corner of a room for.
the cable company and the asphalt to citizens of foreign states, some days previous. In another establishment :
company.: Castro proposes to divide arising out of a great variety of ; equally well known, along 1 : ,5
the total awards equally among what causes during the past seventy years, table was noted covered with
amounts to an attempt to penalize the several hundreds pounds of cooked
revolution company for acts with which it has scraps of beef and other meats. Some
ernment, the Venezuelan revolutionists absolutely no connection, and for of these meat scraps were dry,
the French Cable Co., and the which it is not even remotely respon leathery, and unfit to be eaten; ana That Ma deMilwa Ukee..FamOus.lowing
in the heap found of I ;
New York and Bermudez Co. sible." were pieces pigskin .
andeven bits .
The remarkable character of this some ", of rope '
strands other rubbish.
proposition is shown by the fact that and Inquiry:
If you knew the value of Chamberlain's evoked the frank admission
from the
nearly all the claims that Castro asks -
Salve you would never wish to
in
man charge that this was to be ,
the cable and asphalt companies to be without it. Here are some of the ground-up and used in making 'pot the statement as to govern- GODFREY'S TANKARD. --
divide with him arose from breaches diseases for which it is especially ted ham." inspection is wholly unjustifiable. It ANNUAL DIVIDENDS
of contract and similar causes uncon. valuable\ : Sore nipples, chapped All Bear-Label.. deceives and is plainly designed to A Seventeenth Century Relic of the
nected with revolutionary! disturb hands, burns, frost bites, chilblains, deceive the average purchaser, who Plague In London.A .
ances. The largest allowance was for chronic sore eyes, itchin'g piles, teeter All of these canned products the naturally infers from the. label that cannot be lost and they may be used to
report bear label "the curious historical relic of London
a little over 12.000,000 in favor of al says, a stating .
and that
salt rheum eczema. Price, government guarantees the con
'Belgian which sold the Cara contents of this package have been Is the large tankard of solid silver presented reduce the each if the insured
company 25 cents per box. For sale by all tents of the can to what it purportsto I premiums year
cas water works to the government,1. druggists. inspected according to the Act of be. by Charles II. to Sir Edmund I
but has been Another Congress of March 3, 18W.:' Berry Godfrey for his valuable cervices!
never paid. "The "In another establishment piles of I so chooses. A life or Endowment Policy with
allowed to Mexican : phraseology these labels is the and the fire of Lon
claim citizens Bad 5o Time to Vote. sausages and dry moldy cannedmeats during plague
President Zachary Taylor in 1810, wholly report. unwarranted"The government, continues inspectorspass the admittedly several years old, don, for which he received the honor of annual dividends in the Union Central Life

when only twenty-two years of age, only upon the healthfulnsss of were found, which the superintendent knighthood in 1666. The tankard,
was appointed to a, lieutenancy in the the animal at the time of killing. stated to us would be tanked which is of plain silver, has a hinged I is the most satisfactory.
and converted into The disposition
-
ItIs regular army. He served in the army They know nothing of the processes grease. cover and weighs nearly thirty-six
to be made of this was wboi l
up to or near the time of his nomina- through which the meat has passed ounces. Its front Is engraved with the
tion for the presidency in 1848. After since this inspection. They do not ly optional representatives with the of the superintendentsor packers as royal arms and the crest of the recipi- B., S. WILLIAMS[ General Agent.
know what else have been ent, together with Inscriptions in Latin
be had carried off the prize friends of may the government does not concern itself Thiesen
Henry Clay and others who wanted the placed in the cans in addition to 'in with the disposing of meats after and engravings of scenes connected Building. Phone 608
nomination, sneerIngly spoke,of Taylor spected meat. As; q. matter of fact, they have passed inspection on with the fire, which are still in excel ==
as an Ignorant frontier colonel who they know nothing about the 'ccu.ttnts' the killing floor. It might all be lent preservation. The engraving of -

Triedtnd had not voted for forty years. It is packers of the can upon which the treaterf with chemicals, mixed with I the pesthouse men carrying corpses to :

probable he had not voted, as he had even know place that these it contains labels-do what not it other meats, turned out in any form the dismal plague pit and that of the I LOW RATES
been away from home in the military purports to contain. The lengt-n.1 of meat product desired, and yet We crowded blocks of houses surmountedby I
packages or receptacles in which ;it flames are very quaint and curious.
service most of the time and came Into 'quality guaranteed' immediately fo-
prominence only through his brilliant was to be shipped out to the public Sir Edmund, who was born in 1621 at
Trn military record in the Mexican war. would be marked with a label: that l Sellinge, in Kent, was a timber mer-
their contents had been 'government Home-Coming Week Louisville Ky.
chant wharfs at
,,,,f' H n1t possessing Dowgate ,
tnspec nru. it ia not au aged' h ere'
U11U 11 U\J t The Ohio River. I I that such use"was to be made of tnis city and at Charing Cross. He prospered
No part of the Ohio river is In Ohio, i Great stuff. The case is pointed out as one became Justice of the peace for June 1317,1906.PEMSACOLAToLOUISVILLEKY.
Thousands of persons in the boundary of,the state is the northern showing the glaring opportunity for Westminster and member of parlia-
Pensacola have tried Red or northwestern margin of the riv the misuse of >a label bearing the ment for Wincbilsea. In history, as no
Heart Beer and nearly all er. The stream itself is wholly ia West name and the implied guaranty of I reader of Macaulay and Green will .
of them have formed the ,Virginia, and Kentucky where it flows of the United States Goveremen*. need to be told, his name is most famous
"Red Heart" habit. Ask past Ohio. The northwest territory, out Reduction in "Another instance -of abuse in the in connection with his mysterious
anyone of them if Red of which Ohio was formed, was defined use of the l labels came to our notice.In murder, which 'ras popularly attributed ROUND TRIP $18.00.
Heart Beer agreea with as the territory north and vest of the two different establishments great to the zeal with which he had devot-
them and they will say stocks of old canned goon were being ed himself to unraveling the alleged
Ohio, not north and west of the middle to
put through washing
yes. I a process popish plot. His body was found in a
_ of that
river.
great remove the old labels. They were Tickets sold on June 10 11 and for noon train June
I ditch near Primrose hill, face downward ,
subjected to sufficient heat to "liven
Hot to B* Trifled With. up" the contents-to use the phraseof t and penetrated by his own sword, 12th, good to leave Louisville on any date up to and ::including -
ItisNotMost GlassesVle
Love had just laughed at the locksmith Eye the room superintendent After under circumstances which precludedthe
this, fresh labels, with the goverr.- idea of suicide or robbery. June 23rd, provided they are officially stampedby
the went name on them, were to be The excitement caused by this still
don't of
"Why you laugh at milliner special agent the Southern Passenger Association.:
and the landlord and the ?' placed upon the cans and they were mysterious event is indicated by the
I True of asked a bystander grocer to be sent out bearing all the evidence .1 fact that when the funeral processionleft Tickets maybe extended until July 23rd, 1906 inclusive: ,
of being a freshly put up the city, with great pomp and
"Because Southeastern
replied Love "they aljrays
make me feel mighty serious.-- product. In one of these instances, pageant, for the burial ground of, St. by depositing ticket with the Joint Agent of the

:Houston Post by the, the admission stock thus of being the superintendent relabeledwas ; I hiartin's-In! -the-Felds, it was preceded Passenger Association at Louisville and upon pay

1 Other Brands Htubaadi. / are now sellingIiawkes' case over the two superintendent years old. In the evaded other a I I Cf by 1,000 70 clergy persons and of followed distinction.by upward ment of fee of 50 cents.

The woman who said that she knew statement of how old the goods
For further information call addressJ.
.her ,husband didn't'drink because be were." on or
all the other brands ,drank so much water In the morning i The report also discusses the treat-
will make you bilious! ,or I isn't In it with the woman who says ment of employees! ana1' government A TIMELY DOSE

cause bad after effects.: that the reason her husband doesn't go inspection before and after slaughter, J. W. LURTON Division( Passenger Agent or
Glasses and
to
recommends legislation remedy ,
to church b $2.50 ,
Red Heart Is equal to because & is already as Eye the evils disclosed. of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters may
good as be can be-DetroIt Free 1'resa.1O..4e..t. I sick :!. As soon
long
ISc beer and better save you a spe
any
than all lOc brands. Try for JACK ELLIOTT INJURED as you notice the ton'gue coated( appe R. W. SUBBETT, Ticket Agent L. & N. By.
q P >Adiag tit.?, poor, bad taste in the mouth and
-BIn ."." the BY FALL FROM GALLERY ____ .
)) said mistress to her sleep restless, commence taking the m i _ii ii Tf
n.w' girl. "yon can take that brown I Bitters. Neglect is often the cause I -
it.The .serge dress of mine and pnt It In soak." $1.25: Jack Elliott a fisherman was pain: for many attacks of Biliousness and I BUT f
I. '"Yes'm," said Hannah. "Who's your fully and perhaps' seriously injuredby Stomach Troubles. I WE ARE NOT SUPERSTITIOUS, i

faVrite awers. ,pawnbroker-London An. r-, -. ..* falling his rooming from a house second story on Palafox galleryat Hostetter'sI I WE BELIEVE i IN SIGNS. t
E
street Bones were broken and his The ,kind however, that we belie ve in, is the kind that you shojl: i he
Slipped a Word. arm badly crushed. His face was Stomach Bittershas lieve in, as they are the kind that help your business. Let us put :i0' i* i
BearCo. W. A. bruised and it is probable that he re-
Lewis D'AlemberteDruggist
From a recent examination paper on ceived internal Injuries. The woundedman proven its merit thousands of an electric sign, E
religious instruction at a boys' school: of Et
times in cases Indigestion Dyspepsia
was conveyed tp police.headquar. t
_ "Holy) matrimony is a divine institution tit Apstliuirf, ters where he received medical attention ,. Costiveness Biliousness, Heart I PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY
i for,the provocation of mankind-. He was conveyed to A ) burn, Bloating or Malaria. Be sure :
Wholesale Distributers Punch. 121 South Palafoi Street"PeDsicolt. Fia from there. \> try,it. ,Phone 570.




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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 5, 1906 PAGE THREL llfJ?:

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N NO D [ENYM N PHAS S'AN N f rAANCCOCQMMERCIAL N r ------MEN'S- --- -- -WEAR- -- THJS I! WEEK.----...- Irl- "- t- .{"h"I iJ f;t




200pair of Men's Fine, Worsted arid Cassfmere Trousers, ; iiiill j


SUBJECT[ OFPROTEST. f fr T.LPrepare [ worth regular $3.50, $4 and $5,. for $2.79. : .: :ji;f t*i

It Costs (
We
have receivedJn the last few days anelegant lIn.e"

More\ to of Men's.Bhlrts from the best Shirt manufacturers In : f

r T[ I ., the Surfacethan f FA LIlIES[ the United States. See our big south show window 1i;j tJit;


iti !3Itl( I I to do the repainting itself, if the'orig for styles. You will benefit yourself by buying your

inal paint was not Pure White Lead and Shirts from us for there is real Shirt comfort In the
:Ui]
Oil
Pure, Linseed This is the only paint : t'1ili
AtlantatPeople Asked:for, Removal which, is elastic enough,and tough enough, Careful Investigation Shows Th y kind we sell. When you buy Half Hose you had best ,, J
in spite of climatic Changes,to wear smoothlyand '
j'jJUNE .'of Rosy Grecian Statue evenly right down to the surface, l lea,. I Were' :Not Impaired the buy them from a specialist, for it takes years of experience 1, :
ing it'free and uniform, all ready for the .
,from .Window.. painter to begin his work when repainting. Recent Disaster.-: to learn how to judge thequality in this line '

'I Is A finally paint necessary.adulterated with barytes', yellow Our buyer has had over twenty, ,years' experience in -I

ochre, zinc and other substitutes for Pure buying and selling these goods and w3 believe is an t< '
The Atlanta Journal contains the White Lead, is inevitably stiff and brittle; Special to The Journal. '

-;: following harrowing recital of the and changes in temperature make it blister, San FranciscoJune 3":-Careful offic'al expert. Our stock is the most complete to be found .

IS THE"NEGLIGEE' trouble caused by a piece!:! of artistically crack and peeL' Long before such paint. investigation has resulted in the 1 In the city comprising all the 'season'slatcst novelties "
MONTH. has worn away, repainting becomes a necessity ; ti
chiseled marble in that'city recently announcement by President Spear, of
on account of the many places left Harbor" Commissioners : as well as staples. Styles ranging in price from 1 '
State ,
Here are Shirts that will add : exposed. Yet, before repainting can be the Board of : J[ I
that the.recent
to your comfort every day. Against the Nude In Art. done, the blotchy,'uneven surface must be of California when 10 cents to $1.00 per pair. <
millions
There is no check to the popularity scraped or burned till the smooth surface of disaster in this city, many 1
of the plaid. Come see A practical movement against the the wood itself is reached. This requires of dollars worth of business '

the variety of plaids! stripesand nude in art was recently inaugu much of the painter's valuable time, and is property fell before the flames, has WATSON PARKER & REESE CO. l.:
solid colors that we are ratea' in Atlanta by a committee-in attended with no little risk from fire. not interfered in the slightest degree .

showing. the interests of the 'Torrey-Alexander Avoid this expensive process and the with the commercial facilItIes Successors to Green Watson. Come see our large stock of danger which ifalways involves, by insist. and commercial efficiency of the portof :..f ,{
Soft Shrts: the kind to wear on revival calling at J. .1:. Goodrum & ing on Pure White Lead in the first place. San Francisco. The text cf President ---- ------ ---- :I U' a;.,
Cc's cigar stand. Peachtree and Pry Don't leave loophole;specify the brand: Spear's report, which will.e. sent iI: to
any
ijjese wIThout\ warm collars.days, with and or streets, and requesting that the RED. SEALPure f by the Southern industrial Pacific center to every:in shipping the street, San Francisco, by the earth ,.....,.....,..................................,.....,...........v. Y'.............................................."..' ..........................................,.................. \""""......,..............TTTT.. ...-..................... '"if" 4_ .:':.!.;..

Shirts that fit $1.00 to $3.00. figure of a Grecian nymph White Lead I and
rosy 18th and few sheds
of Hide bj the Old Dutch Process) world to the end that the world cur quake on April a II
\\e get samples all the FlY AND
ideas standing in the midst of the display bod for a booklet eaaUlalai until hindmnn ipradtctiani > rents of trade may not be interruptedor were also injured. Neither of these MOSQUITO SCREENS. it: : f
new as soon as they are
,
made. window, .clasped passionately in the for color at actul K&IB bouiM 1m piloting owisf you nlutiu feooi*. nuMttou A tut for diverted from their accustomed. particulars has hurt the commerce of

arms of Pan, be removed f from public -NATIONAL poinT Ia aao LEAD st- CO. channels Offices of, Is the aJ Board follows of: State Harbor 1' this people port.of California I wish to and congratulate the shipping the Put in your own.- We have common size in stock. IIv[j :: ;f};

dark Ave.and 10th Street i II men of all the world who do business ': ',
sight.When' the committee cams, the service St. Louis Ma. California Commissioners, !San Francisco of the State, :May 26 of,I with San Francisco upon the immunity Phone 11 I-hG. DeSILVA! & CO. :L i [1 't;

TWESEnBUILKfL at the auditorium a few doors 1906: of their interests on the bay of San v.................... ... ................................................,......... \1"..............................................................-..................................................v r.,, -1:1.t, ,..,!..
above the cigar stand had just closed I am able to report, after careful i Francisco during the happenings of "; ;::

and hundreds of people were passing and exhaustive investrgation, that the I I April, 1906. : :
facilities for docking at the port of I (S'gned) CHAS.! H. SPEAR, !need have no terrors for you ; n
the window where the seductive
President of the State Board of Harbor .
SAFES SAFES SAFES! SAFES! nymph reeled under a glow of crim FOR SALE. BY ALL DEALERS San Francisco essential and to the that movements all other agencies of' Commissioners of the State of WAS DAU if you send your washing to it : .I _' ':

Buy Diebold Safes. son lights. trade and commerce at San Francisco California. The New Method Laundry :i j f. '}'

Scarritt Moreno Only the night clerk was ,on duty LAWN *MUSICALS. are uninjured and that this port is in I PHONE 1186 E. W. LAWRENCE Prop. No.8 WEST ROMANST ; rt :
Agent. s1tion' to handle all business that i ,
and when the spokesman of the committee p -- ( '
lAjiyone cane hav tli m' now. Get a may be presented with as much ease SUMMARY OF *-i'..
called his attention to the VICTOR GRAPHOPeONB or EDISON 1
before the fire of April 18th, 1S06. '
statue the clerk misunderstood' hismotive PHONrOGTCAPH.-You: then as 4' If.You are Thinking of t
; can The wharves and bulkheads that Buying a Typewriter Get the Latest. Jlr ;
Mite\ 'Barber ShopThe and replied: give a musical entertainment render, have been erected by the State of Cal THE WEATHER ;hi:,
"Yes, I've noticed the lady. Beautyisn't ing-pieces: the-great'-masters: : : or ifornia along the waterfront are all LC.Smith&Bro'sEverybody ,
she?" any of the new and popular airs. I. J 4rt t !
white barbers, formerly of 35' standing and the tests prove that they
S Palafox St., are now located at No. A moment later, however, he realized Nothing quite so capable of pleasu'gl: have not been weakened but are as The maximum temperature yesterday -- likes them. Sold on monthly payments if ... J 1 ,t I
the situation. The committee entertainment than '
k E Government St., next to Western graphophone or solid as ever. was 84 degrees at 12:35 p. m. and sired. Write for particulars. :i -
stated seriously that they regardedthe phonograph. Daily concerts in our ( n I
,
at San Francisco, including ,
Tnion. The shippin'g 5:30
the minimum 75 degrees at : a. m. .
caste as depraving and an out store free. L S. BROWN PENSACOLA FLA'Wbslewls
the auxiliary fleets of tow- :., i.: r.
against the revival which was In his summary of the weather yes ',
rage ;
CLUTTER' MUSIC HOUSE, ,,
boats and all transfer: barges, dredges, I "
COTTRELL in progress such a short distance, Pensacola, Fla. fire 'boats, transports, ocean steamships terday Observer Reed said: -J ?' \to/toi ,
By request the clerk accompanied -I' '
away.
i "
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS the gentlemen to the sid bay and river-steamboats: ferry "The pressure is high throughoutthe :, '. ,
Pensacola! Fla. walk where the peculiar objections to boats, coastwise 'steamship-in fact Atlantic states and generally low I---------.g- ;; 4 yt:_ f'a

the statue pointed! out. II each and every variety 'of floating west of the :Mississippi river. /If. CA.Ii. !c'.A. JIIO. <,
were ::1
property that was on the bay of San rre.. C'-'_ ...... .. ..
WATCHES AND CUT GLASS The figure is don In tinted plaster "There have been generally light "
[ DeFUNIAKSpecial I Francisco in April, together with end BetU Dtl r IB 1 ::
Something Swell in Gold Jewelry. and of represents tender.curves a ravishing and spheric combination ,I L-- wharves, bunkers, elevators, approaches showers since Sunday momin'g along Steam, Domestic, Anthracite
W. A. Gahlenbeck 218 S. Palafox! Si I wharves and all the j Pt<
softness. From the frolic adandon oi to appertains the eastern slope of the Rockies, in and Blacksmith A L : -
her eyes and the ripples of golden to and contributes to the the Missouri valley and the upper t ":
Ofice-No. 43 South Palafox street Tele!hne
movement of sea or inland commerceor 93. ,
:
TURTON & BELL. hair that falls from her shoulders and also t i 1 '
showers
Mississippi valley occurred -
PHOTOGRAPHERS: SINCE 1870. veils she might the half be seen taken dimples for of a her sister form of ToiThe: Journal. or by the land transaction escaped damage business to the by sea ex- along and near; the middle Gulf Yard. comer Tarragona and Gonzalez.. streets. ""Phones ,,and ;.372 H J .'4' t::

Kodak Supplies ,Finishing lor Amateurs. of Praxiteles' marble faun. DePuniak, ,Springs, June 4.-AVe ten that there has been and can be coast, in northern Alabama, in Geor- '.it .' ,; '
;
I The evangelical committee urged had a fine rain'jteterday which mafces no interruption to the"v.ast traffic that ga: and over the Carolinas, mostly resulting .! ; ..J;.,'
R. K. WHITE upon tha clerk the influence; which I us feel bettr In'.general... Farms and centers. re. 7i from thunderstorms on Sun .,: { ,I" .' ;
Watchmakf:Manuticturlngjewelej.. and Graduate such & plastique would have 'upon .'gardens were suffering", 'com'was twisting This fact, ;of "great -significance, to day. I TIPPINVILLE I 1i8'; !1' ; 1
r
Optician.30 S. Paiafox Street. Pensacola. Fla. young men returning from the ser. up and all truck patches were the business of all',parts of the1 world "Temperatures are high, this morn t r;'

-- vices and besought him' to have it're-showing_ signs of_quitting at once 'But should- be- given publicity. '. widely for I ing in the Mississippi valley, being ., "'"
I move .' at once. The clerk .explained now everything 'Is' alive and courage I world-wide reasons. I above 70 degrees northward into east. -j 1j :-
TerselyToldW. that his position would :give "ninrjio comes( tb .4he'heart of.the farmer The facilities for shipping at San era Iowa and northern Illinois. I :
such authority, however much he and makes the merchant and the saw I I Francisco have been increased withina "Conditions are favorable for con II PATENT APPLIED FOR } '. ";
I might sympathize with the campaignfor mill men feel better too. few years. A new pierhead line has tinued warm and partly cloudy weather Special to The Journal. At all| Druggists. > ';

A. Fischer spent. Sunday pleasantly : chastity. Yesterday the funeral of Mr. Jewell been established by the Federal 'government over this vicinity tonight and'l\les.I Tippinrtlle, !June 4. An ice cream MUS-QUIT-U MFG. CO, > .
visiting h's parents and friends A few days later the statute dis was held at the Baptist church. :Mr. whioa has enabled the Boardof day. with light to fresh east to south supper will be given by the ladies of Jacksonville, Fla. I .
near Pine Barren. app ared. Whether this was due to Jewell vas "shot by a man whose nameIs State Harbor' Commissioners to winds." the }I. E. church Saturday evening ,
the commitete's appeal'or to the fact Kieth a week ago last Saturday. He build wharves out to a distance of 800
Miss Lizzie 9th. All invited to attend.
has June are
Harold
< returned that Goodrum & Go's decorator made lived a week. :Mr. Jewell was married feet, Instead of 600 feet, as formerly.
Ala.from: a \"ist: to friends in Brewton, his regularly weekly change In the here four months ago to Mr. :McCall's This concession is of' much Importance Miss Edith and Mr. Willie Tippin, COFfEET'!

window's designing cannot be learn. daughter. Mr. Jewell was well likedin as it makes it possible to pro I IOLIV1. II 01 Pensacola, visited their father. Mr. .
S. J. Roberts, of Jacksonville was ed. When the efforts of the evan DeFuniak Springs. The murdereris vide additional wharf room in the central L A. C. Tippin, Sunday last. I :
among the prominent out of town vis. gelists with reference to the naughty still at large. He is said to be a and more convenient locations We are to hear wedding tells again f ." '
:tors to the city :yesterday. nymph became generally known desperado who sought opportunity to on the city front. lu a few days, when Miss Mable Hen- We are the Pioneer .'
scores of people flocked about the kill Mr. Jewell. I A belt railroad runs along the front drix and Mr.\ H O. Saville will be Coffee Roasters of l'
W C. Best ani G.
W. Cook two cigar stand to.have a look at -the enticing The Sunday school held a union picnic : and auxiliary ferry slips provide for married.Mr. ,
the ell known. citizens of Holley, are in creation. Some are of the at Alpine park last Thursday and, the prompt receipt and dispatch of Special to The Journal. .I J. A. McKinnon paid us a parting West Florida. :! : ,;

city.'Mhs opinion that this movement will assume I had a most enjoyable time. freight trains. The dry docks and Olive, June 4.-We are having dry visit last Thursday. evening. He, ;t '
Ellie Rawley returned from larger proportions and that in The revival at the Baptist church ship building and repairing plants of: weather now. has returned to DaFuniak! Springs. I
Roberts Sunday afternoon. where she the future nude figures will be required clo3ed last night It is most too the port have large capacity. Dredges !A crowd is anticipating a good old Messrs. Edwin and Harry Robinson 'il : (
Ms.ttd: friends for a few days. to wear kimmonas at least warm to hold meetings now. Dr. operated by the state ma-'ntain a sufficient time tomorrow night fishing on the Edgar Clark and. Albert Pa 'gett I MdHUGH'SBLENDS

The Board of Bond Trustees is still when they are in public. Thompson is a fine preacher but could depth of water for the approach attended the school closing exercises I
considering the bids submitted and not triumph over the heat of last week. of the largest ocean steamship to the bay.We are to have preaching Saturday at Powelton Thursday night. \ \ >
opened; June 1 for storm and sanitary OFFICER MURPHY ARRESTSA We had it ninety In the shade almost wharves and docks. 'The state has night at 8 o' lock, Sunday at 11 and Mr. J. M. Weaver and Mr.\ J. C.. have no-equal. Atrialwlilconvlncethecon 4 ...
ft'Wers. GUN TOTING NEGRO every day. provided for the extension of the sea Sunday night at 7:30: at the Olive Baptist McConnell were guests at Mr. E. Padgett's

Prof. Henry Rogers, who was at Atlanta wall 6000 lineal feet, with projecting church. :Also (baptising Sundayevening last Sunday. i
"VW.. Durden, a popular member I wharves which will creek the church.1 :We are glad to hear that Mrs. E.
Officer Murphy arrested a drunken on a vacation last week takingin largely add to the at the near I lit.
of the Birmingham fire department, negro'Saturday night. The negro was the Tory Alexander meetings returned existing accommodations. All are cordially invited to attend.I B. Williams of Olive is recoveringfrom noisseur that wemakenoextravagant .
pent' the past two days here on important Saturday The of $2,000,000 has been services. a severe illness. -
sum
at a country station drunk and flourishing night. He reports a appropriated these I ;l t--: ,
business and will return home a revolver. The officer "cover. good time and the meeting wonderfuliMr. by the state and w.ill:! be We are sorry to note that Mr. Morris -! Mrs. J. M. Weaver spent Sunday

this morning. ei" the negro with a weapon and then Pierce, I understand, has the expended for improvements and con Creighton is very sick with typhoid! with Mrs. EL B. Williams and familyof claims. -f r; J! L..

There will be a meeting of Camp placed h'm in custody. contract to build Mr. McFail's house.It tracts have been already let for new fever. We hope for his early recov I Misses Olive. 'Laura and Zoe Parazine ,-' .
Ward, United Confederate Veterans, is to be one of the finest in De work.
at the office of 'N. B. Cook, in the Killed in Runaway.New Funiak. 'Some dama'ge was caused to the ery.Miss Maggie Owsley was a pleasant called on friends at Olove last week. Wholesale' and RetailGROCERS : ; ,

coun: house at 8 o'clock tonight.The York June 4.-Miss Minnie The work toward getting the money Ferry Building at the foot of Market visitor out our way today. :
members of the fire and police Wheeler, of this city, daughter of the for the tabernacle is progressing. Ceasolstary.
and : their semi-monthly May city sal received dramatic critic, was killed to-day in a I subscribed. t.#,.......4..44.H....... tells how some: one visited a wild beast

aries ;yesterday. runaway accident at Morristown Records of Births and Deaths for show and saV a countryman come In and all kinds of Feed -
I
N. J. I 47 Past Week. bearing unmistakable signs of having
K F. Hulet and wife, of Montgom. THE CONDUCTORS .. had a glass too much. A tiger scratched Stuffs.Pluto ..: I,
*rwere here yesterday, and will : Following is the statistical recordsof ,
:
Three Men Killed. I the back of the hand with'which the ( I-
l leave for one of the bay resorts to- i births and a'eaths for the weekending
cav'. 'New York, June 4.Three men I ANNUAL PICNICGREAT : June 2: man grasped a bar of the cage. The
were instantly killed and1 two injuredin I :' : laceration was severe, and the pain .
Births.
Mi1ligan Herald: Mr. Fred Sweet,' Jersey .City.to.day, by the fall of a was great The sufferer danced about WaterWholesale
thf tT popular representative of West: derrick boom while! engaged in hoist White-To George Nichols and and twirled his ehillalah, crying: "Let
*'rdA's leading boiler stack for the Dougherty EVENT WILL OCCUR AT i wife girl; Floyd A. Marker and wife, I
paper. The Pens<><-n- ing a II him out! Let him out till I bave me
"la Journal, Company of 'New York. The boy; Francis Hilburn and wife, boy; :
spent last Friday in Millli Rigging will av him!" A companion tried to and Retail.
ON THE 28th AND
MAGNOLIA Walter Kehoe and wife, girl. :
:i dead all in
writing men belonged Brooklyn.
per 'subscriptions lor hs! pa: : w c Creole Mannie Barrios and wife soothe the irate dancer, with this neat
i iI BG! CROWD IS EXPECTEDThe girl. Impromptu: "Never mind, at. Sure, -
I Moors Threatened.
A. E. Johnson, who for the past, Colored-James Jackson and wif, he only wanted to scrape acquaintance Co.
*Ve n years has been located at Fort I Gibraltar, June ,4.on a threat of I. i bey. widje." New Orleans Grocery
British war vessels to bombard them, _ .
wrrancas as civil engineer and super-II railroad conductors will hold 'Deaths.Whites'I'ony .
1I1t: ndent of construction the moors have desisted in their attack The greatest enemies of fowls Knew.
He
left yester- : this
their annual p'cnic year at Magnolia :
: White 65 I
Ca: i for Fort on the :British steamer- Craig- are mites. They hide in the Joseph called Jas. McHugh i iI
Crook In
Neb., where he Bluff June 28 and already gre tpreparat.iOns Benjamin D. Beers, The flnt witness a petty ,
ha hail, from Cardiff for Savona, whichis years, apoplexy;
a similar! : cracks and crevices of the roosts Irishmanof i
position. :Mr. Johnson 1 being made for the lawsuit Cincinnati was an
are in New Orleans.
of liver died
j Ja! ashore off Point Ceres. abcess I
; many friends in and houses and at night attack Phone 105. P.-onrietor.
Pensacola who event. i Colored-WillIe Carter, 5 days, no whose competence as a witness opposing
'i:1': re'gret that his work now takes' This annual gathering is a great J the fowls in countless numbers cause given or attending physician; counsel entertained :doubt At -
1In: to another post 'I occasion for the local Order of Rail .* bite through the skin and to him before :
YOUR HAT Louis Frances Dispenser, 1 year 7 their instance there was put 1 ""'-r-"'""""--- = n -
The docket In the municipal court -'f way Conductors and for the public as J suck the life blood of the flock. : months, bronchitis; infant of Arthur being sworn the usual Interrogatory -

Jesierday morning contained thirty-] May Be a Stylish One, 'But it Makes -well and Pensacola particularly! alWays -I Ross, stillborn; infant of E. St "Do you know the nature of an IT'S THE STARCHING
thrpe cases. Of this number twenty! Trouble.. takes a deep interest ia the af. I i CONKEY'S i ii Clair Thomas, stillborn; Pollie Alex. oath?" .

fUr were found guilty, while two were *A man usually buys a hat that's "in fair. ander, 53 years., tuberculosis; Lillie A broad grin spread over ihe face of -
d.charged I Excursion: rates will be obtained 9 months, eutear colitis. That makes the shirts, collars
and two continued. I Daniels
Judge -
style but the modern hat for men the Irishman as he replied:
Uney is making a determined!: effort to for. from all points in We3t Florida and i LICE I I and cuffs stand this hot I
w has lots answer "Indade, your honor! may say that
Tallahassee weather well. The linens we
assist the police department in rid- possibly from as far east as so
ding the city of unwelcome charac- Baldheads are day.growing"more Hats make numerous excellent so that a big crowd will uhdoubt. i tt U second nature with zu"Ifarper'aWeekly. do up keep their shape and retain i
every .
:er'. Three were turned over to the breeding places' for the- parasitic edly be present. LIQUID i ________ I their whiteness longer than
chsenseofcomfortPOSTUM1 others. Every one of our laundry -
Bounty, charged with
bendangerous which the life from
sap :
tour In1> suspicious characters. Seventy. the roots germs of the hair. Negro Cut in Arm. i painted on the roosts will quickly i [ when well made She-Don't you Variety.get tired of this modern particular workers work.is an Let expert us in h13 do .. .
dollars and fifty cents and costs 'begins> _to..fall out I
'*re When your"hafr Henry Dawson- and Viola Dawson. and effectively rid your life, with its heartburnings:! its your laundry work once andyou'll "-
assessed. I and your scalp: is full of Dandruff it both colored, engaged in a lively altercation fowls of the pla'gue.I .
: : longings. its cruel disappointments, It* readily see that we have I .
I is that these countless at of the former
a sure sign the home ,
Elue Ribbon ,. unutterable Inadequacy? He-Oh, yes. j good reason for claiming to'do .
Lemon
and Vanilla germs are busily at work. Romana street between Cevallos and e .
solntely pure. Goes twice as far as There is but one way to overcomethe Ninth avenue last evening, as a, result I Ihot lat always just aboct that-time some the best laundry work.
Others kinds and the flavor is perfec- trouble and kill the. germsthatway of which Henry has a cut in his new girl comes .lcl-L1e;: 1

Lon. is to apply Newbro's Herpici arm, which required four stitches to i I F. S. MELLEN & COi I Ii The Star Steam' '
to the scalpMt will kill the germs I close and' Viola narrowly escaped being crisp, delicious, Her( State*.
First Communion Class. and healthy hair is sure'' to result i hit with bullet. which Hear/ The CpuT handsome. : woman Laundry. ;
Phone 331. f meal.
A large class made first communion fr sale by W.' A." D'Alemberta. fired at her. The trouble was over goes with the : Is she cnsarried? The Belle- .

'i St. Joseph's church Sunday morn- druggist and apothecary, '121- -South some goods which Viola claimed' and i Pensacola Fla. Ob yes! (Capfcio.Isiuljes'in pleasing; n E Sarfien 6t Fhon, 114Peniicola .\.
Ing.tJ The church was crowded with Palafox street, or send lOc stamps, which she attempted to secure from : 'THERE'S A' ,REAsON." resections.) Ste'e been unmarried several PI. .
:* parents and relatives of the chil- for sample to The Herpicide'Co., Detroit the house occupied, by Henry., Both ) t1 es-Lo! don Hail. ,.. .', t
ttll. Mich. *. .. were placed under arrest. l t..........*..t4.W 44 4..0:1: '

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A Further Word t not make a mistake if it passed the I '/ f 29 S. PALAFOX ST.
bill just as it is. The south
is more .4/
as to the City, I I interested In the bill than any other -;-- .:* 4 :' "i' PHONE 790.
part of the country, and is; to be its
Sunday morning The Journal out;.: chief beneficiary, and the south has i: :=- : -- ----=

'lined In the best of feeling and with said what it wants. -

... .the best of motives, a plan by which Ij I This summer ,is the time to put the BOSSO'SIce

the mayor, the board of public works, quarantine In operation not next win- I I\ !
ter. The people of the Golf
states Cream
and the city council might solve the' Factorycan
i want no more, experience like they = -
. controversy that has made all of them had last winter. I _' --
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1 '" 'a subject of more or leas criticism furnish you cream b
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Deadwood Dick Is dead and the any quantity satisfaction:
from the public at large. The Jour- I i guaranteed.
nal's proposition was Just this- Tampa Herald Is of the opinion that

f DROP IT. the messenger boys should hold a .: PHONE 1326
i rs SAM BOSSO
memorial meeting. Prop.
This method of settlement could be .
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adopted by all parties to the controversy I l ; ,
I without any stultification I II Forest Reserves -- --r -S. :: : ,_.
whatever. It could be done consistently BAY EXCURSION!
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and logically! and gracefully In Florida. W>>AT'S THE USE-THE SNAKE WONT DIE UNTIL: THE SUN GOES DOWN :

3 with no necessity of explanation or : !'A': krge majority of FloridIans :will From The Jacksonville Sun. to the

apology to anyone. Just simply -

Drop It. !government without precaution or Nebraska, which! are the three largest ?$ -$!m HI'! Life Saving Stationand
Meat unfit for i BUSINESS LAWS.It .
:why Because it has all been I tracts of virgin timber land In this European restrietion.1 I packing states as well as all the other -
'Where there is a rgld I I Gulf
; "PLAI JOE
thrashed over and there is now NO state. as forest reserves and West f food products were sold to the states should enact laws for the *r DIXON.u Is a fraud to conceal a fraud.

ISSUE in the premises whatever. .]Florida is to be congratulated that can consumer. Cattle: too Amer'-I Inspection of all animals brought to fl: jt H : emaciated to stand, were the packing houses and of the meat I It !t ,
Since Sunday The Journal has received -{one of those tracts Is In Santa Rosa The acts of one partner bind an the
I. and passed off for food. "The of I after It is slaughtered, and of the process Falifox
use Leaving Whirl at
We read much of
communications "news-
some nowadays
regarding county. The Florida land office has others.
preservatives wag universal and putrid cf curing and preparing for mar'I.1 W9 the
the matter which, in the Interest:been to take t paper English" and "current language p. m. on
consideration
ordered immediate a> meat, which was sickening to the ket. The use of all substances knownas ," but we wish to remark that An agreement without
i : of harmony: and for what it believes f.tion to reserve these tracts and not'cs smell, was treated with these preser!III! preservatives particularly such the most graceful writer on the state is poid. TUG MONARCHGiven

z to be the best Interests of the city I have already been published vatives and puV"upon the market asj t.as: tend to produce that character of, press today. is the editor of the Live A personal right of action dies with

generally, it must for the present decline -withdrawing the land specified! from any other" of the products of the:, meat known as "embalmed bee-f'l I Oak Democrat. And we'd like to the person. by theLADIES'
packers. should be prohibited. The states know his name. Lake City Index. The law to do im-
compels no one
to publish. entry under the mineral laws. '
except
.This is doubtless the kind of canned I I which, these meat products go, as well There's nothing in a name, we are AID OF FIRST CHRISTIAIV
If It should appear that the trouble'The Jacksonville Times-Union of meats which during the Spanish*. as the articles-,put up. by the packersand told on.high authority. The person possibilities. CHURCH.

' existing among the various members &mday after stating the facts In the American war, General Miles called! known as 'fry-products,should take referred to is Just a plain. common A contract made with a minor or FARE, 35c. CHILDREN, 25c-

' of. the city government cannot "be set-S i|matter, comments 'as follows upon "embalmed beef." js there no end to. hold of the subject and under their I hired hand., quite ucSnown to fame lunatic Is void.

tied along the lines suggested, then I t the action of.the land department: such greed; no limit to, this sort of I. police powers enact such laws as. will but immensely pleased to get so brilliant A receipt for money paid Is not legally REFRESHMENTS.
+' commercialism? The packers resent protect their people from the selfish r conclusive.
a compliment from a source SOl
The Journal will open its columns. to I!. This action is based on the report ed this designation of their products; I greed, which da'ly: puts in Jeopardy: 1 I capable and dlscriminatias.-Live Signatures made with a lead pencil lirrangementg have been made: '0
a discussion of the subject 'Bat until va

that time The Journal will not be a'!t who was sent to this state some to discredit General Miles for this. It I man life to the accumulation of'I We'll give it to you Bro. Apple: Agents are responsible to their principals of boat.

I party to further- friction In a centreversy .1 months,. ago to Investigate, in answerto is all right to .get the test! possiblelaw wealth. Here is a field for the exercise yard. It U Just plain Joe Dxon.! His for
numerous requests. The'jr.eckless: passed by congress on, this sub of legislative ability by membersof remarks above betray his modesty errors.
'w hleb It believes can be f
settled I,I j inroads made Into the magnificent ject; and to have'such federal inspec the les'slatures of the several I I and at the same time verify )ourstatement. Each Individual In a partnership: is
without further recourse to Ill-advised :forests of the state have aroused I states I responsible for the whole amount of
tion and supervision of the various where great good would result He is a man 60( or
and unpleasant publicity. I alarm in several quarters. The forests : 66I the debts of the firm. Have Your Clothes
slaughtering and packing .establishments and that member who would years of age has seen some of I I i
I I are a source of wealth' actual but federal jurisdiction:: over cally enter this-fled could eriergeti-I would Is large in frame and commanding A draft becomes an acceptance when

Tainted has been forgotten. and potential but the extravagant a subject of this kind is limited. For manity most conspicuous in appearance yet larger the party upon whom It i$ drawn
I money manner In which the present generation it is only under the authority of for cent service.A oi heart and brain. His countenance write "accented1 across its face and Cleaned and
Tainted meat has is to this
now the floor. disposed use up
eta and Interstate commerce clause reflects that kindly nature that is the signs his name.Woman's .
patrimony bids fair to leave the statea of the federal constitution! can this. best part of him; he is loved by all the
waste. If deprived entirely of Its subject ie legislated upon at all by Biography In a Xntahell. men folk but for fear of causing "un -- -- PressedatthePensacola
Delay in Passingthe I forest or nearly so not only would theattractiveness But because Born welcomed cle Joe" embarrassment Rights In Burma.
congress. of the inability caressed cried, fed, some we retrain
f' I of Florida be gone,, of separating these products" which grew, amused reared, studied, examined from>telling what we know of The Burmese woman must make an
Quarantine Bill, I but her climate and fertility might enter the local.market, from those graduated In love, loved, engaged, the esteem-that's it-in which the I excellent wife.: A Singapore paper says Dying, Clean'
suffer disastrous The need
The necessity for prompt action in is for change.in Which enter foreign and Interstate I married, quarreled reconciled suffered ladies bold him. He is not only a I that her highest ambition is to main
education forest
preserva commerce when. he animals are deserted, taken ill died "graceful writer" but he is honest I I lain her husband }In lordly idleness and ing and Pressing Club, Pan
,
l tion that mourned
the matter of inaugurating national ,, we may not use up some of
r'I'jour most valuable resources In one brought in for slaughter, the inspection buried and forgotten. and sincere--qualities which he cul-I to supply him with abundant funds for ama hats cleaned and blocked
control of quarantine has evidently I['!generation.. Our naval stores and supervision of the federal tivates .ana) appreciates more, cockfighting bullock cart racing and

.., been' lost sight of by congress, which,tors: understand that at the present opera- government could be made more thorough Sure on One Point. bly than any other merit of his writ gambling. And many of the Burmese -.

continues' to'ignore the demands of rate the naval stores business must and effective than. it would at "Out late last night? What time while ings, as the they others contain named the Is substance,' women do big deals in timber buying

". the south because of opposition on the.I'suffer eventually If something is not through first seem state possible.laws It is, however did the clock say when you got In?" embellishment-Perry Herald.only their I' up in advance the "paddy" crops of a Reese & Mendel
and
I regulationsthat
dcne to conserve our pine forests, whole district and so on, on s scale
: part of Texas based wholly upon com the public health "I don't remember what the clock I.
can be best
''Florida! that
lumber men are aware that requires big financiering.
I mercialism. There are but few news protected.The said but I will never forget what my :.
great as Is the extent of Florida's Aliens In Old London 11 N. PALAFOX
.- papers In the' south that have not 'wooded domain. it is not Inexhaustible. !- states of Illinois, Missouri and wife said! .Here is a curious report of the aliensIn

vocated the passage of the measure,I London in the year 1567: "There The Journal __ _, ---J:::

t, tad while some have been opposed to: Some of these will welcome a step I being great Increase of foreigners in Printed
which promises conservation of our the city, her majesty ordered the lord
toe Inter-state feature with the
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expeption
During 1906
Mayf
f' forests. The agriculturist will re- mayor to take the name, quality and SAFE
f-!;, of those published In Texas!.I cerve the news with pleasure. Forest ::1 The Growth of W. J. profession of all strangers residing | VICTOR
t. they are practically unanimous in. reserves serve as so many Bryan a Total of
I' within the city of London. The list
their advocacy of government control[ scools in which the people are taught "
i how to use their forest wealth with- I was headed by the Item, "Scots 40. This awarded the
safe was I
f marine The Jacksonville I
) quarantine. g
out wasting it, to enjoy without destroying Other nations were represented by 15'7,350 grand prize at the! I
I Metropolis has all along strongly it It takes many years to | Atlanta News. :: "French, 428; Spaniards and Ports World's Fair, and a1-: [

.: favored the measure and in a recent -I grow a tree which can be destroyed .I guese 45; Italians, 140; Dutch, 2,030?; though inexpensive, it l 1i I

issue had the following to sa yin r an hour, but where it is necessary 30 SXtrc 3tXSX3SX Burgundians, 44; Danes, 2; Liegeois. COPIESor the best safe made. !
'. relative to the delay of congress in',I to fell a tree another can be plantejiu .1

passing It: I I I its place and once planted it can Tall Luck. an Average :of We Keep Them in Stock ;
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{ b* protected> from destruction by fire :William Jennings Bryan is in And now that Mr. Bryan is to return Attached to the extreme end of the
r The southern states are becoming; or other means. din but his boom is abroad in In-I to us from a world-girdling tour I bowsprit' of a sailing vessel there may
| anxious for the passage of the federal i This action of the and can give you just
I I government in which he is himselfthoroughly sometimes be of
United States informing seen a piece some ma- 5,828
':' quarantine bill, long pending and apparently means that the hideous sight of and making a growth what you want or if wehaven't
I(I as to our international relations terial that looks remarkably leath-
:: forgotten by the congressgaunt trees lifting a few scarred< that must be surprising to any other got what you want
with
all commercial nations
men. New Orleans, the most Interested -;I limbs .Into the air a'evold of their Democrat who is. secretly harboringa great ,i er. This seeming piece of leather t Is we can order it for you ;
I men and great masses of the 1
: In the really a shark's tail. It is placed there DAILY and save money. Dropus :
| city country, Is calling; clothing of fresh green leaves will not you
presidential bee in his bonnet. people are looking for him to loom
because the sailors think that it
I for the passage of a bill providing; be duplicated throughout the extent augurs a postal. 1
E'- for federal control of marine quaran* of Florida. It means too, that the The Democrats:: of Missouri Ohio large upon the field of political action good luck, believing that pleasant voy- The following figures show The Pen

i tine If it cannot have the bill with I1 I efforts of some of our more far-sight. Ocanecticut and other states, east in 1908.( I 1 I ages will be their lot while It remains sacola Journal's',circulation for each Wm. Johnson & Son Inc.
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r : the Inter-state feature. Evidently! I!J ed and public-spirited lumbermen and west are beginning to sit up There America is scarcely who a man now livingIn ; there.. Instead of the bowsprit the tail day during the month of May 1906, !,

I' that city doesn't went the state or cit gland,' turpentine operators to check and give notice that "Bryan for 1908" Mr. Bryan In 1896!}sincerely and 1900 supported who is I Is at times nailed to the top cf one of with the average number. of copies Incorporated. :
I! authorities to have anything more to dot i the ruthless waste of our timber resources looks good to them. The farce Jf not the masts.-London King. daily:
with quarantine maintained for the i will have the aid of the atkraal 1904 at St. Louis and: later at the 1908.eager to follow his leadership i in May 1, 5,800 May 17, 5,800

protection of that city government polls has left a bitter and. revengeful .1 j Dlffereat."Why May 2, 5,800 May 13, 5,700
el The Savannah News voices public i I I I In the. real From present lights; the only con-| May 3, 5,900 May 13, 5,800
ii taste mouths of Democrats tender of weight that would contest don't you elope with her? Do Yon Want The
iTrif9iNHHl li t d<'HH May 4, 5JOO May 23,
k ln J 6,200
sentiment. saying that what the ii i all over the nation. It will not his [* "But good gracious, man. If are
nomination gi you
I two years Hence i May 5;
Ilt 5,900 2J ... .
fewhole south wants Is the bill wlil i be surprising, therefore, to findBryan's May :
I William Randolph Hearst of New perfectly willing for me to marry your
his' May 6, 6,250
: MEAT INSPECTION
f; provides for federal control of 1 name applauded vociferously May 22, 5,700,
I- maritime and interstate quarantine I BY GOVERNMENT of in the state and congressional Democratic York. Mr. Hearst made an exce p-*l daughter I cannot see any" object to be May 7, ... May 23, 5,850,

I- They know It means the blockla of: .* conventions this summer from tional showing against heavy odds in' attained by our eloping. May 8, 5,800 May 24, 5,750
'" the convention of 1904. He was;i!|. "Can't you? How will it be If I offer May 9, 5,600 BEST
interstate passenger traffic and the destruction ; Montgomery Journal. ?: one end of the land.to the other. { May 25, 5,750
I' counted out of his victory. He isI i' half of what I the wed May 10, 5,600
of Interstate commerce. I fc Mr. Bryan has grown notably more, you save on May 26, 5,800
Whenever the fever appears in any JyRk-Y. IY acceptable to true patriots since 1904. I now out for the 'governorship of New ding?"-Houston Post May 11, 5,600 May 27, 6,100

j.' part of the south all the low country The radicalism falsely charged to'I York state, with a chance to com- May 12, 5,700; May 2l.. .
I towns have to maintain a quarantine Pending the action of congress on him in 1896 and-1900 was shown. 'by',elected mayor of New York city and I The lain Point. May 13, 6,300 May 29, 5,750

f The fever in New Orleans last year the bill to provide Inspection of the his actions in the campaign 1904 bine all antWRepublican forces in "What do you think? That boss poll- May 14, w..., May 30, 5,800 Tackle
that
f; cost ,Savannah several thousands of slaughter and packing houses of the to have been,. Indeed a' real con he state and win the election. If tfclan says he has divorced himself! May 15, 5,800 May 31. 5400 Fishing
that
does he will be a formidable ; May 16, 5,800
I dollars. 'A strict quarantine had to! servatism. Now that the currency from politics.
t be maintained for weeks. Tfaat-would country which are engaged in Inter Issue has been' abatedby Providential candidate in for the presidential nomination "Then I'll bet he secured alimony. Total for the month.... .. +157,350
1908.
= not have been the case if all.quarantine state commerce there was an investi prosperity and .the Issue of im- Baltimore American. ---- A'=l I"O:
anti
;f. atlon of,the of these But as against Hearst, it Is- probable Tennis Golf Baseball
matters had been in control of f condition estab
perialism is no longer acute, it is .
Average day., .. .. 'e>
that the eastern Parkerites per .5,828 Goods an:
!b will the best Phonographs
the national government |lishments in Chicago and the other seen that Mr. Bryan was both "sane I! Common sense in an uncommon degree *
\ The state rights idea Is what blocksthe cities of the northwest, where'the and safe" as to ,popular rights and I! swing to Bryan and give him the ords, the best Dog Medicine the &'
i Democratic in is what the world calls wlsdom.- I hereby certify that the
; bill. The fact that that idea meat packing business is carried on the need for their strenuous legal t[next standard to bear the Coleridge. 'I statement Is correct above Bicycles, the best Tires, the b1Typewriters
campaign. according to the
didn't prevent the Chattanooga con ntensl vely. defense against the ,powers of plu-l'I records on file In this once.tEr. the best Lock and KeY
ference from asking for gOvernment'i' The, revelations: are horrible. So tocracy represented in the railway hest
control of all quarantine doesn't seeniy bad. Indeed, were the conditions dis- and other industrial trusts of the I : Fitting, best Trunk Repairing, =
to have any weight with those con-'closed that the publication, for monetary > nation. Gas Lamp, and last but not leas, t ebest
It aids Mture a little that's.the
,
:. only
greesmen who are now holding considerations, have been Roller Skates?
6, up post- fiince 1904 such revelation the
.jk the bill. Of course, there are some poned. Indeed it is said that some power and corruptible methods of A See secret about It. We refer to Ayer's Hair Why
k> other minor objections to it, but they!jot the facts ascertained are almost the trusts have been made as have r e t Vigr. It feeds the hair, males the scalp Ctr ulatbn, so to

ir could.'easily' be overcome. ,. (j beyond belief. Hogs died of cholera convinced the ,body of the American healthy. The hair stops falling out and
It seems to us that the Chattanooga i or which had been smothered or people that .' Bryan, was none too all dandruff disappears. The result could not be different, for it's the natural
a conference spoke for the entire south. trampled to death during transports advanced in his denunciations of the f way.. And it is a splendid dressing, keeping the hair soft and smooth. Why Sworn toand subscribed: : before me F. B. BRUCEPENSACOLA

That being the case, congress would 1 tion were rendered Into lard and sold public dangers embodied In, them. not save what hair you have and get more at the same time? t;! u f this 31st day of May, 190'3.PERRY .

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LONDON SLEEPS LATETHE Ill' n FHrnIA DECEPTIVE

PEOPLE "The Best,is:What We SelTThe .llr! : !

et and EVENTS IIiu1tI

SLOWEST" TO AWAKE OF ALL TREATMENT 1

""* Favorite of the THE EUROPEAN CAPITALS. Mercury and lt1t
potash are very deceptive treatments and the blood poison f .!

Seen Heard and Done suaerer who depends on *hem for a cure is sure to be disappointed. These ..! 1
I Among Those Who Go Come and Fastidious Bar*,to Get a Breakfast In Restaurant minerals will remove the: external symptoms and shut the disease up in the .f Uir I[

IB the English Metropolis Before system for a while but,the trouble will surely return and the loathsome *' :4\\

Tarry & Women and Society Here and Elsewhere. Are Early Eight o'Clock-ParL_(Basinen. and Berlin and symptoms ulcers of etc.sore, will mouth: be:and accompanied throat, opper-colored.spots by the disastrous, falling effects hair of sores the :1'4 1 t f f-.di..:'i'i;.


I PICKLED It used to be a common accusation treatment. The continued use of these strong minerals will completely ruin ; : ; \:;;i
Bv E NELLIE the health and weaken the: system to such an extent that the
BECK. Telephone 669.5SXnXtJXn against the. English iople that they disease often becomes original f-iJc ;

:xaBEST .. H ate too much, drank too much and incurable and sometimes fatal. Mercury '1 : :
and potash eat out the delicate lining of the stomach and '
slept too much. bowels -t J,{t'i :
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Today we have vastly the
destroy gastric juices
producing chronic dyspepsia, cause mercurial : f
LAMBS improved in the i
matter
of
drinking, Rheumatism, salivation.and where
CHUNN WEDDING they are taken in large quantities cause i .\;;:
The Journals and there are not wanting signs that necrosis or decay of the bones. S. S. S. is the
dN NEW ORLEANS THURSDAY.The Daily Fashion Feature., only remedy that can cure : :' .
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marriage of Miss Daisy Chunn, we are, as a race, becoming more mod- Contagious Blood Poison surely and safely. This remedy of nature, made ;f, ,/

formerly' of Hilton Fla., .and Mr. erate in our indulgence In the pleasures I. entirely of roots, herbs and barks, antidotes and destroys the powerful virus J .' i.j-1.

Luther C. Best of Guide, North Carolina TO.NGUES 9f the table. Chancellors of the of the disease and by purifying! the blood of every particle of the poison and : :

will be of intere'/t to the many exchequer have to face a decreasing : enriching and strengthening this vital fluid it removes every symptom ; '
1
irteids; of these young people. The and leaves the in j' ;
body a strong, '
: drink bill and a popular dramatist has healthy con- : .
nedding was celebrated at half pastix : dition. When the blood has been > :
purified
hi .tgiven a new expression to "an Englishman's ; :
evening Coliseum
Thursday I with S. S. S. the
f S S S cure is complete, and not one 'l t ir:
Orleans. : god" in satirizing the
New worshipof
Etreet Put up in glass jars at..40c vestige of the poison is left for future "
The bride is the daughter of Dr. I1wt "Little Mary." 0 Q breaks. Do not waste valuable time. and ,fi

and Mrs. C. 0. Chunn, and a memberof 'Appetizing and satisfying i But w6 still cling to the old fashioned I PURELY VEGETABLE.: your health with the mineral out't't :'
the New Orleans 'Kindergarten ti''i: i Dunkle's Celery Salad .. soc : ; h
class of summers / notion of eight hours' sleep as the I.I but cure your case with S. S. S., an absol i '

She graduating has many warm.t'Yo.and admiring ago. _I .:! minimum for the recuperation of our safe remedy. We offer a!reward of $rooo for proof that S. S. S. contains i ;' I::'. :,

friends and by her gentle manners I. Fi'L physical and mental powers. particle of mineral. Book with instructions for self treatment and medical *4 1 :;}t !

ant: helpful spirit has won the heartsof Do healthy people really require vice without charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GJ2. : : :t 'H :

all who have been brought under. -----41'1 ROSINftU&GERELDS: eight hours' sleep I answer unhesitatingly 4=; !.r .
influence in her chosen profesrx ),i'" '
her ',
rAiiVi: "No. Six hours should be -- -rl. .J. !

The. ceremony was performed In a flj/i/f/i\\/ v The Fancy Grocers, sufficient for every ordinary person, 4: _.. ,... ..:.!\{ 1:

..beautiful and impressive manner by and there are many so constituted that The Followers of I Izaak Walton :: > .< 1

thp Rp., C. V. Edwards of the First. Phone 391. Pensacoa.Concert five would be quite sufficient Will be delighted: with our supply failing tackle. Every kind : .1J I .J[

Baptist church. A pleasant gathering London lies, perhaps, the latest abed I I of hooks line relatives and
of friends were iii: of all European capitals. The workingman successful fisherman.: Don't take much money either. Half a }' f.U";

rsent. dollar will do if you haven't anymore though a dollar will get ..' <
Al! of the decorations In the spacious it is true, is up and about in the _jt t I
better outfit. i
parlors and hall were of white early hours of the morning. He is a :-: .. -H. .1:j,; ;

and green. Tall and graceful palmsand compelled to rise early in certain Coe' Boo] Btore. > I
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beautiful ferns were profusely trades and occupations for which day
. Fhone 235. 213 Sa-jf'i Pj/afox Street, Pensaeola "
used light is essential. But he gets his eight I .q,:. .1
I .
!
idea
A was carried out with '
pretty I
hours' sleep by going to bed at 10. i
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the bride's favorite and name-sake -"l". ;
That he wants to go to bed,very early :i. ,. ..,.1.
flower, the little white daisy. Tnis SCHOOL :
cower with delicate ferns formed1 the SUNDAY ROOM in order to have a liberal allowance of ;' .................". ....,................................. :. : ..!r,' !

beautiful the bride.shower The large bouquet wedding carried bell by First 'Baptist Church sleep night"Is system proved adopted by the by"two those hours who a :' Unmarried r '" f' 'I
? If the Men
Tag artistically wrought of the same, : cater for his evening amusement. The i, I f : ;

and suspended between two bowers, managers of thpseentertainment ;,
gracefully arranged of palms, ferns. ] # June 7th, at 8 o'clock. will tell you that the 7 to 9 "show" is I I' ; il

trailing smilax, and ivy vines. arranged specially for the working I i:I I Only I Knew j t '

The groom neyer looked happier classes who want to be home and in I| : 1tl

nor the bride more beautiful than -.. Admission, 25c.nuts bed soon after 10, because they have to : ': tl ? !
'when the portiers separating the two : : f
be at work at Gin the .
morning.So !
How very easy it is to furnish a house in good shape : n :;I
parlors' were drawn aside, and they take it that eight hoursis i
one may : I
ready for housekeeping we feel pretty sure that there'dbe :
were revealed beneath the : '
standing in the morning. In the after the measure of all classes, the work- : ::S' !
bell before the minister and : weddings in towa before days. IIjf
many
stirS noon from 3 until 7, friends fairly ers and the idlers the poor and the several i : : ;
roundeo! by relatives. The soft glowof .1
poured in, and during that time a delightful rich the frugal and the luxurious. But I y

strains the gas of music lights and were the In low harmony, sweet and more formal cold lunch it Is with the class that does not do I | Go Right Ahead and Get Married : "f ll

eon with wines ices cakes and fruits
'with the scene. manual labor that I am principally .
candies and nuts, was served by the : furb.ish the for and for it ( I
The bride wore a handsome going- concerned. I believe that we are at agreat .We'll house you you can pay : ;

away gown of champagne colored same white young was set ladies.under The the table chandelierfrom all in disadvantage commercially with : later on. : We make the payments so easy that they're : "- -l,1,1 I

'voile over taffeta silk, with trimmingsof -. which fell showers of white our foreign rivals! owing to the late : scarcely noticed. Bedroom suits from $20.00 30.00 or : .. yl J,

turquoise blue and edgings of lace -. -i daisies tied with white baby ribbon. hour at which we commence the busi- :: :whatever price you 'want to pay;; chairs from 75 cents .:
!Dainty refreshments added to the enjoyment the : : .iL-
of
The centerpiece of white linen draw: ness day. t on up to $5.00; rockers from $1.25, $2.00 $2.50, up to :
of
the occasion. {
,work and embroidery, and appoint- A friend of mine has recently returned ; .:,. _
The bridal! party was accompanied 20.00; sideboards from $15 to $65; stoves from $9.00 up; 4 :
ments of white china and cut glass, from Germany, where he wentto ': t .
to the depot by their young friends, : ranges. of: steel with aSbestos lining for 3000. Mat- <
and' the mantel all draped in white carry ouv a big financial undertaking. t i.":
from whence they left for their Flor SMART AND SERVICEABLE SHIRTWAIST SUIT. and banked with white sweetpeas aUcombined' He had letters of introduction to I I tin'gs 20 to 35 cents a yard, laid free. j
ida home. The bride was the recip-- i ::1
I to give an appropriate and German bankers. He forwarded I i. I, ;!
lEnt of many handsome and valua. Every woman should possess at folds. A dressy effect i* giventhe I two l' I
ble presents. otherwise severely pla'n waist by. the beautiful effect of purity. them, and in one instance he was requested -i : '
least one shirt-waist suit of some light- i MARSTON & QUINA
Miss Jeanette's
simPly
presents were i ,
--+- cut-out neck, with which is worn a to come and see the head of J. : :
weight fabric, such as voile or mohair, including about ,
EPWORTH' LEAGUES I dainty chemisette of fins eyelet em' gorgeous every the bailking'firm at 7 in the morning, : 108/110 Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola Fla. !" t.1
ornament a child could wear'and i
for runabout The i
general wear. mohair f
HOLD IMPORTANT MEETING broidery. The revers, which rollback and in the other to call and see the
THIS EVENING AT 6:30.: is an admirable material for this I from the V-shaped neck are stiffened seventy-two After 7 o'clock in number. of her principal at 7 In the evening. We can- \.........4........4.................................. ,. -to
a score
All members of the Palafox Ep- purpose, resisting as it does the wear I with the lightweight haircloth as are friends including the not imagine a banker or a businessman I --_---- ---- '
i llAorth League, and especially the and tear of travel, and _being possessed the turn-back cuffs on the three-quar- young seven of position making either of
committee-a.ppolnteQ-to take of dust-resisting 'qualities, its lustrous .-' all stitch- other member'' of her confirmation any nted breakfastThe -
chargeof ter-length sleeves machine
entertained to these appointments In London. Ice Cream
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the meeting of the State League, finish making. it almost as effeo 'I ing done with a heavy gray silk. The class were specially Parisians are a late people. D.estival' !
happily end a glorious day. The habit of lying late in bed leaves
are requested to meet th Gadsden EpMorta tire as silk. A gray English mohairis buttons, which are set down the cen -+- of the metropolis almost Most of their cafes are open till I a. m., .... 11}
League, this- evening 6:30: the material of this natty suit Thp tre front pleat are tiny silver and blue many parts and many in the more: fashionable -
Wilmer S. Hall who
, to clock at the Gadsden M. E. church skirt is a five-gore model, with a enamel affairs this note of blue repeated Dr. accompanied deserted till 8 a. m. I have for years quarters until 2. But Parisians are
Hall the to up
Mrs. and children
found that I do with six hours I DANCE
can
to
make all final arrangements necfsarr broad centre box pleat stitched flat in the gray Neapolitan hat *
and about long before Londoners. You
for this LEAGUE CONFERENCE to the knee, and above the haircloth trimmed with gray taffeta ribbon and Montgomery, Is expected home thisiioruing. sleep and It I have an extra quantityof 'Ii *,-.l.: ,*
will find the business houses of Parisin
: setiffened hem are stitched two bias blue bachelors' buttons. work to do I can limit myself to I to be given at the n ;.
full 8 :
swing at a. m., with not only
-+- four hours without evil cons'
MR. AND MRS. HOBBSAT I I Mr. Pat Eagan and his sister Miss quences. And so it happens any that going the staff present, but the principals. | C. K. of A. Hall, Thursday .t.!t :

HOME IN BROOKLYN.The have been received by relatives and bible resting on the altar, as an offering !Pearl Eagan left Saturday night to to bed between 1 and 2, I am frequently Enter any of the Paris railway stationson : ;

many frienaS( and acquaint. friends who unite in best wishes for to Almighty God. spend a few days In New. Orleans. up and out in the streets by 6 a fine Sunday morning. G o'clock, i I Jnne, 1906. '; .':
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ances of Miss "Josie" Griffin and M a long and happy married life for The other was when, having fiui h. and you will find them thronged wits t I -- ..
o'clock in the for tha benefit of St. Michael's church. i
morning.
!Herbert Hobbs, will be Interested in Mr.: and Mrs; Hobbs: ed her "Filial Acknowledgment," little I :Mrs. Fields of Gadscfen, and Mrs. a gay crowd of working class folks in r ,
Kelly of Jackson street, spent Sun- Woe betide me if in certain parts of I ADMISSION, 25 CENTS. '
ifijI
the following announcements which Mr. Herbert C. Hobbs Jeanette Israel turned facing Rab-- their Sunday best, setting out for a
Miss Josephine P. Griffin bi Koch and paid him a personal tribute day delightfully at Gonzalez with Mr. London I want an early breakfast. In day's excursion into the country.I I MUSIC BY BARRIOS' ORCHESTRA ,

Married so touchingly beautiful 'that -It :Jackson and Mr. Jennings relativesof my own neighborhood I pass through am convinced that one of the first ,, rf. .,.,
Mrs., Fields. whole streets of houses, where at S --- -- --- --- --- .
Sunday May twenty-seventh brought tears to the eyes of the congregation i -.
steps we have to take to meet the competition
ALL SICK WOMEN nineteen htitoi-ed! and six and Dr. Koch himself was o'clock the servants are only Just openIng .
Brooklyn, N. Y, deeply affected. "Mrs. William Steele and two children the front doors and shaking the j of our continental trade rivals

At Home As, Dr. Koch is soon to leave the left Sunday for an extended mats. Is to begin the work of the day earlier, :

SHOULD} READ 148 Bedford Avenue.IMPRESSIVE "- congregation, which visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. to waste fewer of the precious hours of .if
MRS FOX'S LETTER included a number The other day went to a grea :n-
of non-Jewish friends the tributewas 'BrahIer, in Alco, Ala. daylight in sleep that ceases to be
-+- way terminus at 7:30: thinking tJjg5tleast Kettlo
LOVELY healthy if it is prolonged. )
AND keenly felt by all, for by all
In AD Parts of the United States I could get breakfast there. ihe
B. Plnkham-a Lydia CONFIRMATION SERVICES the rabbi is greatly beloved and his Miss Maggie McCaskill of Bluff "When you wake,get up," is a German V
Vegetable Compound doors of the refreshment room were I
who been i
Springs, has teaching : I
Has Effected going away is a matter of persona.lregret saying. The second. sleep-the morning
Similar
curee.
IN TEMPLE BETH-EL. :
the Milton public school which closed shut and locked. It was not until the "l I'
to, not the
only members of doze after the first wafcing-instead
A profoundly beautiful antf impressive his Friday, is visiting her sister Mrs. J. dock struck 8 that a waiier.: : who was I '
congregation but to the ,
community of being refreshing is the reverse. It
Many wonderful cures of female ills service was the 'confirmation of in which he has labored so earnestly W. Senterfit, 728 North, (Eighth putting on his coat, opened the door of RenderedLeaf
Ire continually coming to light which a class! of two boys and six girls in So effectively and so .harmoniously -avenue the dining room for passengers who I brings about remains a sense of lassitude the which 'tt!
have been Temple Beth-El Sunday'mornIng at + frequently through day
brought about by Lydia E. for good work and public
every ,
Jlnkham's Vegetable Compound, and 10 o'clock. I progress generally. 'Mrs. F. B. McGraw who has ben ----I All men are not, perhaps,:so< constituted ff t' f

The class filed in. one boy and three I + visiting her brother Rev. J. W Sen- that four hours' sleep would be suf- .
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girls all] in white led by Mr. Sol ,. MR. AND MRS. ISRAEL HONOR terfit and wife, left Monday for hr Beautify the Complexion ficient for them, but ,no man should
,
Cahn president of the congregation,!''DAUGHTER'S! home in Milton. take more than six if,he,wants to be Lard Mr.

up one aisle, and Mr: B: ,Hirschman, CONFIRMATIONWITH 4 IN TEN DAYS.Nadinola. ,' "healthy, wealthy and wise."
!
vice-president up the other, to the a-[ LARGE RECEPTION. Miss Lena Brown has arrived from The medical school of Salerno had agood ; : .

tar where they were seated, the rab--I Following the beautiful and impressive elma to be, present at the marriageof deal to say about steep. It prescribed Jff"! '

bi, Dr. Koch in the center, the officials .: commencement services which her sister Miss Mayme and Mr. jr The six hours as the maximum for .
UNEQUALED
with,..their conflrmants on either j took place in the Temple at 10 o'clock Steiner Wednesday evening. _
I BEAUTifiER all and both sexes.-London Mail.
"L Iw'1wy side: in the order'.in which they en Sunday morning, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob ,-u" I ages [ iL
thousands .
donei by IT IS PURE
;
/ tered. :rsra.. l's friends began to call at their Mr. W. C. Deloney, and daughter r guaranteed to remove ;

cA4.a M'w .Following the erder of the servIce -residence to congratulate the happy Miss Ola Deloney, of Castleberry. freckle pimples all Ills Method. :

1AII : father and mother on the cOnfirmation -:Ala.,. are visiting his son and daughter facial *discoloration I Here is a good illustration of the 1.. (.. \:

1. Organ,.Solo-Mrs. J. M. Flinn. I I. of their daughter Jeanette, aid Mr. and Mrs. David Deloney. Mr. 4 '*'4 and icstore tile I rulo of life which is adopted by some I. :'.,', .

2. Vocal:Solo Miss-Reine Cahn. upon Miss Jeanette's beautiful address. (!.- Deloney will leave for home in a fjw I beauty cf youth. I! of our successful men. Three gentle i \ .

3. Opening Prayer-Miss Ethel:, days, but Miss Deloney will maka a The wont eases in-twenty days. 50c. and : men all hungry after A long day's and it is put in tr

Friedman j I i The rooms were beautifully decor more extended visit $1.00 at all leading drug ,stores or by milNAima I Ib1 sport, and only two partridges on the up :. :
4. Reading from the Torah-Miss' ated. The reception hall was all in ;-I;t ;
table! The carver put bjs fork into
TOILET co., .olb,Tcu Y
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Rosa Zung: Mr_ Bertram .Coleman. white and green, and the guests were Mrs. Charles Hilbun and children Prparcd of these, removed I( to his own 5 and 10-lb. Tins : :it,
one ;; : :
(f4zFannje ir2i2through ,Miss Lena Alfman.' met at the door by: Miss Reins Dana- have. returned from Whistler and -...... plate and remarked: "q<<>nUemen! I ;',> ,>
5. Bible Offering-Confinnants. heisser ana! Mfss Esther Guggenheim."Mr. Mobile where she went to attend the h' want fair play and mean to have it at 75c and $1.50. r :4 C r .<
6. Bible Address-Miss Sara Gold- and Mrs. Israel, and- Miss graduation of her sister Miss Ida I
the advice of Mrs. Pinkham, stueker. Jeanette in her snowy confirmation Hilbun who accompanied her home. There Is that partridge for you two", It is more essential : t.:

of Lynn, Mass., which is given to sick 7. (Spirit. ol_ Juda.is n"Mr.. Leon frock, received their friends in the I. and here is this partridge for me too. i: t i'

women absolutely free of charge.The Mendel. parlor. A special feature of the Prof. Solon R- Tate, one of th pop- Our New York Herald. than d j: '
ever during
present Mrs. Pinkham has for. 8. Vocal SolcH-Mlss Pauline Reh- decorations here were eight white ular teachers of the Roberts High ;.

Heaty-five years made a study of the field. angels- typifying the eight confirm School, who, with his wife and I :iii' '
Us of her sex; she has consulted with SUNDAY SCHOOL LAWN. ;i. warm weather to .
9. Jewlshhm Idealism Miss Bes- antg of the class-of 1906-suspended daughter, has been visiting his I
and advised thousands of suffering sie Sher. by white ribbons from the chandelier daughter Mrs. Gus Riss at 220 North I Delicious PARTY THURSDAY: AFTERNOON :"sr

iealth women, who to-day; owe not only their 10. Jewish Belief. -Mr. Bertram as though flitting. through the :Alcaniz. since his school closedThursy I have pure cooking : ; Ji
but even life to her helpful Coleman. air. left with his family Mon Miss: Avery's Sunday school class '

advice Mrs., 11. Woman in .Judaism Miss Lena The dining.room was all -'in" pure day noon for their home in Gonzalez. Soda will give a lawn party at ,Judge Avery'a materials, This lard .j i
Fannie D. Fox, of 7 Chestnut lAlfman. white, and Miss Lola }Menko Miss Foaming home Thursday afternoon: from 4:30 "

Street Bradford, Pa., writes: 12. Violin Solo-Mr. Max J. Hein- Rosetta Israel and Miss Lillian Mrs. A. E. McDavid: has returned o'clock. Proceeds are for--- benefit of is absolutely pure ::l.t i 4

Dear"I Mrs.suffered Pinkham berg. .. _. .. Israel served wines cake fruits and from. a visit in Alabama. : Sunday school room. :; 5june3t i. I'i
trouble, and for a long time with female 13.-iRUal Acknowledgement: I 0' Flavored with pure fruit and is guaranteed ': '
finally was told
by physician i
my served with i'
that I had a tumor. I did: .not want to Jeanette IsraeL Mr., TV" F. Fordham, Jr., of Memphis syrups and Unknown Friends.

niorait; to an operation,' so wrote you for 14. Closing Prayer.:...:Miss: Rosa I Tenn., son of Dr. W. F. Ford- ts at once cooling, refreshing There are many people who have 'f t :
tdYlC'e. I received your letter and did as Zung. ham, is in the city to be present at nourishing.. : : it'
you told me, and to-day I am completely 15. Vocal.SbI< -.rHMrs. Edward For. "Reserve the marriage of his sister Miss I Ernestine used Chamberlain's Colic Cholera ; !
with
r ired. and Diarrhoea Remedy spJendd:
My doctor
says the tumor baa disap- cheimer. Fordham. Weanesday. At NewOr.eans ;
Iared, and I am once more a well woman. "- -- results, but who are Unknown be-
I believe Lydia E. Pinkham Vegetable Compound 16. Sermon-3>r.:..Samuel Koch. Mr. Fordham was Joined or cause they have hesitated about 'giv CO.nJm
is the beet medicine in the world." 17. Blessing co .Armants. his brotherinlaw-elect Mr. Joseph
testimonial of their
The testimonials which we are contantly 18. Bestowing oT-Xertlflcates. Force"That's Nathan, who accompanied him to tAB COFFEE ing publication.a : These people experiencefor however Sol Cahn &

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19. Vocal Solo-Miss Gertrude city;
publiahingfrom grateful women I Hot Biscuits and ,Rolls every I are none the less friends of this : :
establish beyond a doubt the power of 'FWedman. at 5 o'clock. : They have dofta much toward .
morning remedy. r ;
Lydia E. Knkham's Vegetable Com This is said. to have been one of the word for Remember Blue Ribbon Vanilla extract I making it household word by TbePureFoodStore. j41

pound to conquer female diseases. the finest classes confirmed. The addresses : is absolutely pure and so highly i their recommendations to .-
personal-
excellent, each betraying concentrated that you get perfefct < r'",
Women were J'
suffering from any form of the sub friends and neighbors.: }t Is a good Southwest Comer Ptlafei and! Inttaotncia >
results using only
female unusual Intelligence on by a small quantity. ':
weakness invited I
are to medicine to have in 'the home aad is r
Promptly ject treated. by ..theXO!!' !SL confirm- Grape-Nuts :} s
communicate with Mrs.
for diar 1.
known its cures of '
two particularly Woodman Circle, Oak Grove No. 4. Kitchen Cafe. widely j 178 :.
were
ttnkham ants. There
; at Lynn, Mass. She asks Kandy rhoea and all.forma Qf bowel trouble. Phones'480' i .ttf'
nothing in return for her advice. It is impressive Incident, One was the Members are requested to be present -.- .; "
absolutely free, and to thousands of "Bibla Offering wh- n.each child approached at a meeting Thursday evening. '104 S.Falafoxsl'bone999 For sale by all:drnjjists. f' ; '': t- .

Women has proved to be more precious the altar enS!' laid his or FOOD Important business' to.. be" transacted.. I I Journal's' W>ht'Adi I II I 1 :,.:. '-
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i. : _! :JII I A New. City ', IPorS llll 2. Specials f fI fFI


I I List of Desirable Property For Sale

Goon .
Is The Title ? : $1500.

Block For i I Neat cottage in good neighborhood, _

splendid shade and,large lot. For few

days only A desirable piece! of property.with 145 ft. frontage on E.
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That's a question which should be asked by every $450'1 "' $1600.00 Wright"St., convenient to Union Depot, with two store

one who buys property, and, answered to your per -1 .. .:, -.., ,4 buildings and a dwelling upon same.. . .. ..' .. .511,500
fect satisfaction before the trade is made. : 13W. lots in blockV38,:w-New City. For .two blocks fronting 300 feet on
This block contains 20 full .lots. These are beautifullots-for. dwelling Bay 'u, good house and several out- 25 beautiful J lots, fronting both Baylen and Palafox streets, on

Each lot 40 by 137 This is a money purposes. i bouses, wharf, all under fence good North Hill .;. .. ...,, .. ... . .. .. .. .. .. .. 4,000
maker. I believe you ,can"double the : water. Ths:! also-to be sold quick. It

We Can Tell You If amount In a year or two. Lots 1,to 5'-block 148New: City, If is a bargain ,at the price. Large. one-story dwelling on. DeVillieri street. near Garden St.,
sold at once. .$$175.00 per lot. .List your property with us for sale. with lot 50xI80.. '. f." '.'.. .' .. ., .. .. . 3,350

:Money to loan in small
i ; sLots large or Ten lots in block 250, New City Tract, each 40xl37#.. ..... 800
16 to "22, block" 65, West King amounts.:
LESLIE E. BROOKS Tract, 35000. Block 120, New City Tract, containing 20 lots, convenient to

Title Is GoodTo L. S. BROWN 6 CO. East Hill street car line and also Bayou. .. .. . 3,000

We have any number of lots In good
Phone 462. Fisher Building Two-story dwelling on No'rth Barcelona St. near Gregory. .. 2,500
locations In any part of town desired. I
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any piece of property in Escambia County for the Northwest quarter of block 60, West King Tract containing six

past century and a quarter, and any property pur- waniedWANTEDIN For particulars and prices apply to Board and Rooms. lots., .. .. .. .. ..S' ..I .. .. . .. .. . 450
I chased from us is guaranteed as to title or no'trade. rflVUWflpflJ1MSUJtUWtflttWVArflfl.--

Charges reasonable for making abstracts. BOARDERS W.ANT'EI'At' 226 N. Al-I Two cottages on West Z rra' ossa St., centrally located and

ESCAMBIA; COUNTY canlz street; nice, cool rooms, good',, good renters, for the .;two. . . .. .. . .. . 1,350

table; terms reasonable. Mrs. Dora Large one-story and a half dwelling at 331 East Intendencia St.,

ALA., ESCAMBIA, COUNTY, FLAOR c !Donaldson._ _ 27mayl6t' lot 40x170. .. ., '. ". .. .. .. .. .. ., .. .. . 1,200
Pensacola investment
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Company FURNISHED ROOMS: with ,
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA: McDavid-Hyer Company, or without
board. Central location, 1 block

A. H. D'ALEMBERTC City Manager. FROM FIVE TO TEN THOUSAND from postoffice, Mrs.. Mamie Cole 116'i HOOTON & WATSON.
j Agents New York W. Intendencia St. 23may2w:
W. KNOWLES, President It. !. SIMPSON. Secratiry. ACRES OF LAND WITH FIVE TO

J. L STIUMAN, V..Pres. ant Gen. Muajsr. KNOWLES am, Treullr3r SEVEN YEAR TURPENTINE PRIVILEGE : Life Insurance Company. FOR RENT-One or two newly furnished I Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.

Rael Estate Loans General ,Investments. WHICH! WILL CUT AT S E. Government Street. ure; with front privilege rooms;of southern phone. expos Loca-i! PHONE 54 No. :37 S. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L'

tion desirable and near business center -I
215 South Palafox Street Pensacola
Florida
Phone 7CO.
Fla.
Pensacola
LEAST FORTY BOXES PER .,
422 W. Gregory. ISmaylw [ 11_ _
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ACRE. THOS. PEBLEY, PENSA. FURNISHED ROOMS-Centrally lo ::

COLA, FLA. 26maylOt I Wanted cated. Best rooms in the city; cool HOTELS. I

clean beds. Apply 12SJ/ East Government -

Will Double In H. ALFMAN-Tin, Copper and Sheet St. 4maylm THE CEDARS-Summer boardg!-
Iron Worker cornice and
work sky-
HELP. WANTED ; 'house.' Open all summer. Goo.,
.,..,..,.,v -v --r*--*f-".---.--.- ..-------1-j-j--_- i_-_-- lights a. specialty; roofing gutteringand THREE PLEASANT ROOMS to rent fishing and bathing. For rat: >S :: .
repairing, 315 South Palafox St with privilege of light house
Several carrier keep. dress Mrs. A. R. Shipley Man Es'he
WANTED
boys. \Apply ,
Phone 560; residence phone 1316. ing, 301 W. Chase. 3apr
Value Insideof at once to, this office, 2junelm. l Fla. 3jinu!w'
I PLEASANT place to board on North HOTEL CLOSED-The Elh Hou-
WANTED cook; man or' woman. WANTED-D. B. White wants your 1 Hill. 'on car line. Address No.8. closed May 31 and will remain oed .-
Apply 227 E. Intendencia. 3june3t'GIRL hauling and transfer work. Satisfaction care Journal. 27mar .
permanently. lrs. L. E Monr "'.
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guarnteed.. Address 1501-N
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Old at five Proprietor, Milton Fla. 31 ma' ?
WANTED-to work in tailor ,9th Ave., or phone 390. newspapers cents a bundleat
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a .
YearI shop. One with experience preferred. this office. They are all clean' COMMERCIAL' HOTEL, D>Fun t ,

0 Apply C. Abt, 137 E. Intendencia. MATTRESSES RENOVATED. New and nice. Fla.-New management; newly! ft.

I Sjuae tick furnished if desired. Guaran. : nished; free bath and sample room-,
That is what a great deal of real estate -' -, teed.. Crapet taken up and matting Money to Loan. II,. ill good meals and good beds Tauing
I
In Pensacola is 'going to do and', BRANCH MANAGERS WANTED-$20 laid if desired. Leave orders at "';"' men especially solicited. Rae- some of it is In the following list: Green & Watson. Phone 193.
I i cash weekly. Live at home. Experience 7aar MONEY TO LOAN Everybody borrows per day. Mrs. M. H. Stanley, Prop
Half block In New City, fronting! Save both by conferring with us unneces:>ary. No canvassing. Sea the Piuto Water display at Hoo-- money from Jno. A. Hall & PUT YOUR ,MONEY IN A HOUSE. 29may.

Calalona! square. .. . ..$750'i' when out to buy.REAL.ElSTATE. Sea : Enclose stamp for' particulars. Aluminum '-I ton's Pharmacy. James McHugh, Co.. 16 E. Government.stre :. Whniiu : situated In one of the most desirable: I McCASKJLL HOUSE, Freepoit, F.a-
I I U3 about some of the following: I I Hanger Co., Chatfield' Minn. .'I' wholesale agent ljunelm I locations on East Hill, an artistic modern -
Half block In !, need call >
East King Tract luj I on us. 9feblm Good meals 'goo:! beds Patronaof --*
f with
Store N. DeVillier street renting'for Sjunelm.WINTED 1J -to-date. 7-room cottage I
settled nei hborhood. . $700 ] sol.cited Raid
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$180 per year . ...$15001 I I -- --.u WANTED-Everybody to call and MONEY LOANED on all kinds of perFoaal large, roomy front and back :gallery; traveling public '
One-fourth block on Toledo square. House on North "C" street, cheap -A cook at once, for famI see the Perfect Pantry. Lawhorn property on short notice. has city water and all modern improvements $2.00 per day. Mrs. M. McCu'h'' ,

New City .. .. . .. .$800.: at ... .. ... .. .. .$600 I ily of two. Apply cor. 14th St. and and Blackburn, agents, 109 E. Government Terms easy J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. for QUICK sale at $3000. Proprietress. --Taia

Lots on 11th and 12th a New i; House on East Ara'gon street only I 6th Ave. 2junet' street. 27maylm Romana. Phone 1165. ifeb Call and see our large and: attractive PARK HO'L-Why pay $::: 50 p-r
avenues !i ... ., ... . .. . ..$650 :
City, at. . .. .. .. ,$200:; MONEY TO LEND-On good real estate list of property. day when you can 'get as good room*
,;: 98 acres of good farming land, a WANTED-Colored blacksmith. Apply -WANTED-A 12'or 14 foot skiff. Apply or on good ALL OF THE MAXENT TRACT, and bed for 50c. Coolest! pace: mI :
security collateral
200x132 ft feet on East Hill car bargain .. .. .. .
i I at $1000 A. Willis, Century'Fla.; stating particulars and price. WEST OF "C' STREET NOW FOR,I and 't>
lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks. Pensacola, and you can go out gt
line . . . .. ..$1250 Four blocks In West King Tract. I Thos. C. at
,I' SOmaylw. Watson. 37 S. Palafox. building. SALE. what want to eat. One block from
Lots in East King Tract or West each. .. . .. ... '. .$1003j t. 27 .may. H. Fisher 21jaa MONEY TO LOAN' AT LOWEST r you 22U18V ;
King Tract very cheap and on easy!j We have numerous other properties WANTED Young man to do bi1Ungand MONEY LOANED on all irfnds.of personal MARKET RATE OF INTEREST; postoffice.
terms. Improved property in West''}I I listed with us and It would pay stenographic work in wholesa'e! OUR MOTTO:-Honest weight and property on short notice. MORTGAGES ON REAL ESTATE IN SUMMER BOARDERS The H1

King! Tract, netting 10 per cent. on investment you to consult us before making your grocery house. Address P. 0. Box 835 honest dealings. California' Evaporated Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstairs THIS CITY BOUGHT AND SOLD. Hyatt is now open for spring am'uai.: .
i investmentWe City. 29maylw Peaches, 15c per pound, 2 lbs. 28% South Palafox St., Phone 1144.UNLIMITED mer trade. People who wish to -*'>:

See us in regard to Lake View Hay. I are in receipt of advices from I I for 2oc; Cal'fornia Evaporated Prunes finor I. and bu'ld' up, the Hyatt is the piac.
1\V\NTED
the fire Insurance companies represented ) Laborers. Apply at lOc per lbs., 3 lbs. for 25c; fine London Hotel Hyatt is the best and mo'! Ji-(
en Property. Prettiest place in New once. Goulding Fertilizer Co. 27m amount or money to iOan Fisher Real Estate Agency
City and is on Bayou Texar. by us "That all losses in Cal Layer Raisins 2 lbs for'25c; Heinz Apple -on all kinds of personal property. to-date hotel north of Atlanta; l b. .'
ifornia conflagration, will.be promptly I I Butter per crock 40c. E. B. Hoffman Special rates to, business men on large tifully located; plenty to eat; g'.l'
\ATED-Mn and
boys ted tf
paid and that THEY wa & Son, 57 E. St. COLLECTION OF RENTS A .'
WILL Gregory Phone
CONTINUE York Loan Co. water cool nights
D. Hale Wilson & Co. TO FURNISH learn plumbin'g, plastering, b'rickj ) 825. leans. The New 204% spring ; ; per'.chealthy
ABSOLUTE laying. Special offer life 'schola'rjship 15maylmtW South Palafox.: SPECIALTY. ; no mosquitoes; no malafh i a
Phone 234 15 South Palafox INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY j I i -. home-like place to rest: ; 87 nn' e>
FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE FOR't fifty dollars easy payments;: .-All klnOs or electrical ,, .
Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox. St I north of Atlanta on L. and N. railio
ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS. I j I I position and union card, guaranteed; work. I sel! all kinds of electrical Miscellaneous D. M. Hyatt, Proprietor Ellijaj, Ga
free catalogue. Coyne Bros. Trade
Protect yonr home and business batteries and: other electrical supplies. ,.Annst1J-u-tnt .SU'uttr.1Jnnn.rLr WUWL J fltLflfl
FOR SALE igainst loss by fire by insuring with Schools, New York, Chicago, St. Louis,I When you need rue ring 345 or 955. NOTICE-Having installed machinesfor I 19maylm.

lomayly. E. W. Peake, new Star Laundry build the manufacture of galvanizedIron FOR RENT ,;. OLD MILL INN-On bay front. Open,
ing, E., Garden. 1'1 l.; 15deo. cornice, skylights, cornice 'gut I June 1. Large airy and de'lfdi' ;:> '
New eight room house with hall, 10th us.ESCAMBIA WANTED-Everyone to Know that FOR RENT-2 ncely! furnished ly cool Good fishing, bath.ng; aLl i
ters circular mouldings, etc., I
REALTY am now ]
CO. The Journal has nice cl HOUSE DYEING.
Ave. and 16th St. This place has to be an old papers COURT Pressingand prepared to do sheet metal work of rooms for rent' to gentlemen only.I boating. First class table.! On > ; s
to be 204J/2 S. Palafox Street. for sale cheap. Only five cents, Cleaning Club, 212 N. DeYillers Apply to Mrs. Hester, 420 W.: Caase: tric car line. 15 minutes ride from (c: .
seen appreciated .$1750 a bundle. St., Mrs. T. J. Davis. Prop. Your all .kinds on short notice. Satisfaction -
pat. St. Phone 1095. .
Telephone 1052. 2junelm) I Regular boarders and trann'-
Lots 3, 4 and 5, block 140, New ronage solicited; satisfaction assured. Estimates cheerfully
General agents for State for Home guaran Terms reasonable. Address 01'! 1 :)-' i
WANTED
.. . -First-class Darber for colored teed. Careful attention given given on work in or outside the city.
City ladies
.. . .$600 '
Fla.
Blocks 125 126 Life Insurance Co., of New YorkSome trade. Ring 10101 ring or garments. Phone 1222.WANTED.Carria'geg 8fel Chas B. Vetter, 18 W. Intendencia.! FOR RNT-4. R. Bingham his, storage Inn Pensacola 4m./:
and Petterson AJ- ; I II
call at Sylvester Campbell Store, near Phone698. 25maylm I room for rent, suitable for fur I MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL-CI. .*
; dltion, water front new six room dummy depot Warrington, Fla. 'repaired and repainted niture or other goods. 104 and 106 yule Ga. Nestling among the iii"-i, .

: house on same. . . ..$1,6001 I 4 24 apr!. ; floats built to order; horse SANTA the ROSA-Pavilion best accommodation, L. S. S. for offers South Tarragona street. Phone 639. tains of North Georgia. An ideal p a

Block 63, East King Tract. .$2,600 shoeing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Car. recreation I to rest. Scenery and climate 'i'-:
riage Co. 27feb bathing and to be found on FOR RENT:-:-A nice 5 room cottage ,
I Beautiful walks and u
Lot; 7 to 14. inclusive, block 171, the Gulf of Mexico. Launch Leclair passed.
WANTED WANTED.-Electric; !: work or ah on N. Spring St., with bath gas, etc.1 365 feet piazzas. Accessible t/i) n. in/
New City. .. .$1,600 kind. leaves city wha' f daily at S:00: a: m. at 1500. Inquire Fisher Real Estate ,
S" New Bargains Let us clean: your fans. repair: Your Phone 659. Chas. H. Burton, Mgr. points of interest No mo&qni} '
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V'tNTEfl-MYU) to save time and money dynamo, do: jour wiring, etc. Paonj 12may. Agency. ljune. Excellent table lni! ;.: 1' '
J. A. WILSON & Co. by seeing Geo. B. Ivey & Co., 520% 570. Pensacola: Elecuij. Co.. 205 S. I j -
fcth avenue between Jackson and nayl n. If you will look around the house, FOR RENT-A six room house, fur jBROWN HOUSE-DeFuniak Si- ',r; ,

Real Estate Agents m Gadsden streets to "buy clocks and you will find a lot of ways in which nished from now until October or, Good beds, airy rooms. I :' .'. t
watchs. Sjunelw* AN1D.-'Ihe Merchants Transfe* you can use. old newspapers. You longer. Water and electric lights.\ Ad-. meals; free bath and sample i r, >' .
I Co. wants your moving and baullng. buy them in dress, Mrs. M. P. Powell Box 42; Ever- ,
can any quantity at this ; '
Salisbury Building, Room 7 'Special attention to traveling [U. *
T.
Lots All breakage guaranteed. B. Thor.5en. .
_, City WIANTED-Agents( to handle a novel Prop- Phone 978. ISJunelrn.WANTED. office. They are put up in bundles, green, Ala. 31maylw Rates $2.00 per day. J. R. B. ,,\ '>
L ty in alarm clocks. Apply at 502% convenient to carry and sold at five i I I Prop.
.-The public to know that cents bundle.MATTRESSES FOR RENT--iLarge brick
i 8 LOTS, one block from 16th 6th avenue between Jackson and per warehouse
'The People's Ave., car line, beautiful location Gadsden streets. Sjunelw old newspapers can be bought at AND FURNITURE- 50x75 on side track. Central part,i i HOTELS AND BOARDING HOIS'S!<)( ':
I for home if taken at -- this office for five cents a bundle. Theyare Mattresses made to order; old ones of city. Addlress Box 712, City. I I30mayl Before laying your carpet or m.',

I once a. . .. .. .. .'.. .. .Bargain WELL BUILD HOUSES-on installment all clean and nice. renovate.!! New ticks furnished. w. 1 ting, buy a supply of old new!'nai 't

plan, or cash. You own the WANTED-To. sell a lot of old papers Second hand furniture bought and I' to put underneath and protect i it < ni'
Real Estate ENTIRE BLOCK, 219 West lot I furnish the money and build tn' at 5c 'a bundle. Apply at this of- sold. Upholsterin'g and repairing done. FOR RENT-Mrs. F. C. Swift's; place, five cents a bundle at this olfj( -,
Tract .. .. .. ... ,
$400.00
King 3
house. You pay monthly, same as Belmont St. just miles out, west of city over.
fice. They are all whole clean and 114 E.: city, phone 771. 1 FERRBLL HOTEL-Sneads, F'o: ; ".
8 LOTS in,block 109 West King rent, in a short time house Is, your.*. nice. Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis, Mgr. looking the bayou Chico. Large Rates Nice rom ,
day.
...and... Tract . . .. . .. .$250.00' Pay rent 20 years, l it still belongs to TAILORING-B.-- -L.-OlamondT Tailor.- roomy house. Just the place to: spend j I\ good beds J2.00, table per the best. J, M I V. '
i the other man. Will also put down the summer. Apply to W. E. 'Cater,
W ANTED.-A. R. Bingham wanti
23 LOTS in block 126 in West cleaned I'ap'
Gents' clothing ell. B/op.
pressed and at Gas
office.
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King Tract. . . . .$700.00 ,. wells with good pump.. 2-lnch galvanized your moving and hauling. He gual\ repaired on short notice. No. 11% I 30uiayJ3'FOR .
pipe with brass cylinder! attachment : antees all breakage. Phona 630. 11 'TEL VERNON Rates $2 per d";.
Collecting 4 LOTS in block 45, We3t King I will make water fly from a well West Government St., Pensacola Fla. SALE OR RENT-A five room Special rate by week. Spec al .

Tract, if taken at' once, per 40'to-100 ft deep, and so asy-a child WANTED married couple wanta a Idee.J. cottage with .foath 'and gas. No.I tention to traveling men. Fnea '
lot. . . . ..
$ can pump it. Costs but little 1107 E. Cervantes street pie Mrs. J. P. Mauldin Pr .>
70.001' more'than cottage or part of cottage on water H. PORTER sailmafcer.: 716 South Two blocks room.
Agency Homes and other property for sale the old dtfg well.- All satisfactory front for the summer months. Either Palafox street Orders taken for from street car.; Apply to H. W. 15apr. _

in all parts of the city. ,before you pay a.cent. Get my furnished or unfurnished. Give terms tents, awnings camp stools and house Gibbs, care of. Forbeg- Store. : -HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open- aj: ';*

prices. F. M. Williams Contractorand and particulars in first letter. Ad- cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 3ljan. 26maylm. : i American
Tour property sold and rents collected Money to Loan on good real estate Builder year. and European pl.
Room 308 Thiesen
and prompt returns made on same. selurity at market rate of Interest. Phone 802 Build dress Summer. care Journal. Ijune SHIP' CHANDLERS-McKinzle Oert- I Special summer rates. First<:a-* '1
ing. 1 ring..
ljunelm FOR
Give me a call. Remember the place. ing & Co.. wholesale and retail ship RENT-Two story 8 room house every respecL Pleasant and con' nt -
E. SITUATION WANTED-Expert book- with gas, hot and cold water, and ali T. P'a-
Office No. 12 Government street in chandlers and grocers only first-class; ient. Mrs. L. Bowen Prop
!Music House. A few bargains to offer Thos. Pebley WANTED-Young to enroll with men and young women keeper, audits opens closes keeps house of kind In city. Fair prices to a,1I.! other modern conveniences Address t'sacola, Fla. ]i-.'r
us for a course small or apply 41 E. Chase
today. sets or any temporary work. F. I street. lOinay CEN'TR.\L-H TE CHIPLEi'V.
in stenography or bookkeeping 'and W. 204 MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP- I
Riley. S. Palafox St. SOmaySITUATION I .1.1I 1
S' lots in Dallas Tract, 2 blocks PHONE 559. qualify for good positions in the fall WUEe Minis Proprietor. Furniture FOR RENT-Elegant two-stor resi depot Large and well bh. t
from car line, $50 per lot. We have more calls for business stu- WA.I'IlTED-Expert bookkeeper repairing 'of all kinds carpets deuce, corner Strong and Spring sts.I rooms. Free sample room Mei%c reling '
: !Allot block 219. West King dents than we can supply. Phone 900 and general office man. Ad- laid, furniture packed for shipping Apply to C. H. Turner. lOmay all hours. Special attention to '

Tract .. .. . . .. 400 for special summer rates, day or even dress, X care Journal. 20maylw Phone 63. Next to Tampa> Landing. -- I men. $2.00 per day. J. M T '

?3 lots in block 126:! West Kin'g FOR SALEAll ing sessions. Pensacola Business. Col- WANTED-Your stenographic work. 22April FOR RENT-Two very (desirable gle Prop. 13m Jr, 'iCHIPLEY

Tract. .. . . .. 700 .lege. Pensacola Typewriter Exchange and stores on first floor of Manhattan 1 HOTEL-Can Setfrl -. :,
CARRIAGES repaired .
8:lots In block 45, West King kind of real estate for sale or 315% S. Palafox St. Phone 379. "built to order. Horse repainted.shoeing hotel. Corner Garden: and Baylen.i Prop. Special attention to conm:
Floats'
Tract.. .. .. . . .. 560 rent North Hill and' East Hill vacant WANTED\ Copying or offieoricto 23may. J. G. Welsh Just completed and arranged io first: cial travelers. Free sample and II: 1
RIce lots In New City water main I lots. Some very choice ones at do in afternoon. Address W"., care a specialty. CarriageCO. 27feb class shape. For terms particulars, rooms. Large rooms with good ;It' ;a.

and car line In one block at $200 : good bargains for homes or investment Journal. 3junelw* WANTED-The public to know that etc., apply Hootou & Watson. 9Apr $2 per day. 13uur'4

per lot. R.,R. we can do all kinds of repairing I BAY HOTEL.Open night and das
One large lot on good factoryOr WtANTED-To '
lotarr.Public. state at large. warehouse site. One water front surburban buy 10 to 40 acres of float building horse shoeing etc. J. LOST FOR RENT-Second storr crer Undenstruth's European plan. Rooms' light aaJ
property close to Pen a- G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feb __ jewelry store.! Suitable solln'eJ J.
lot that a purchaser could make no cola. Give nan---wu-rrJwJJ-nJw. -Wrrrjuwrn.rn clean. Transient trade
mistake to buy. One 40-acre farm cation. "Real lowest Estate cash" price' with lo DIAMOND STUD Thought to have for offices Bleeping quarters or; store 575-579 S. Palafox. Jis. S. Nico.a-..

aotf one of 160 acres, both near Pen- la Journal. care Pensaco- been left In. envelop .at bathing pavilion age room?. Lee DanielL :24apr Prop.

N. McK. OERTING sacola. 3June2w Found ,,Santa :Rosa beach. .Liberal reward -
FOR RENT-8-room
Four choice brick business houseson - for'return to F. S., care Journal I 3-story Cottage
WANTED-All owners of. poultry to 318 W. Belmont Apply'to Walker
Palafox St. for sale. Fine Invest- 5june3tLOST1Pointer..pup *
FOUND-Calico For information -offtcet _
poay. !
Ingraham. NOTICE
know that'we are agents for the eel Apnl20WANTED.
ment Few choice
property. offices
Phone 476. ebrated Conkey'a Poultry JRemedlei apply at stables at Fort Barrancas about 6 weeks old.
for rent
I I Turpentine men all get rich and I Guaranteed ,to cure rupe, cholera ,. ojunelm White with liver colored head and .-Real Estate for sale or The Woolley Sanatorium, the onk"!: :
have good turpentine business for gape and to kill fleas, lice &j n4. mltea. spot on left shoulder and back. Reward rent leas* or exchange., Your;: business stitute in the United States where '*.':

For Farm Turpentine sale cheap, ]J5 crops boxes plenty Also their wonderful 'egg producer. F. CREW NOTICE. for return to Dorsey Fullwood, respectfully solicited. J. A, Wilson Opium, Cocaine: and Whiskey nat J
Timber Lands round timber lease on which together S. Mellen & Co. Phone No., 231 Neither the captain. owners 1200 N. E. St. Sjunelw* Real Estate Agent 22% W4 GOY.ernment -I can be cured without exposur*, a i

with boxes good seven years longer. ISapr. nor consignee of the Ilt.reet. Room 7, Salisbury with so much ease for the patient. Or.:
LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITY, Write or call and eee schedule of a ss Federica, will be responsible LOST-Pansy breast pin with diamondin building. Phone Hi.: ;23jan 30 days' time required. Desc'S: '

Call on or Address property. WANTED-We want yonordtra- foi for debts contractedby center; lost Monday, either on I --, your case and I will wrte! yon .,';1
1907 Art, Calendars. Over ,?00 original the' crew of said vessel depot 'car line. on Tarra'gona or rail- A. R. BINGHAM hal storage room for opinion as to what I can accom i
Turner & Aymard T. CRAWFORD designs to select from. All PIETIS D. ZAR road wharf or possibly at Wlttich's rent suitable for furniture or other for you. Ask your family ph:6icl..nto :

Real Estate"and Abstrat Co. .' prices. Mayes Printing-'Co.-Penstco--GULP TRANSIT. CO, Captain.. boom. Reward for- return. this office. goods, 104 and lOG .South Tarragona Investigate. Dr. BM. Wooie: 1 *

J P. Q. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs Fb. 315>/2. Couth Palafox Street la. 16fel.A' Consignees. 30mayl2* St Phone' 629. aOUOY N. Pryor Street. Atlanta. Ga.
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Profit in For Sale CITY PENSACOLA IMPROVE McMillan Bros. L "- .MWKi ,-as KBs B -B u ww j -jj uuuassaBE &BEEsaEBBiiBfi sBHS_ to make final proof In support of h!. ,'r t I i4;
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Good ..
ww.yvwu.r rjuu} -- MENT BONDS j
A \f\f\f\T\rvv\jij. \rrinnFOR \ fclaiai, and that said proof will be it ,fit(>.
f SALE...:Poultry farm near Big Denomination, $1,000.00 each. Dated made before Clerk Circuit 'Court at 4 !

Bayou, eight acres under fence. Jan. I, 1906. Maturing Jan. 1, 1936. Double Your Money! I Pensacola, Fla., on June 30, 1906, via: I.r ''lJ

This. Good boating, fishing and bathing. F. Redeemable; Jan. 1, 1926. Interest I ilurdock T. McMillan, of Pine; Barre, J t :::'

N. Howell Warrington. .Fla. payable seml-annually. We offer for Fa., Hd. 34574, for-the N of NTT, f;' ?,
SJunelw* sale these bonds subject to prior sale, All kinds of real estate in West: Florida are steadily and rapidy! of Section 28, Tp. 3 N., R. :31 W. H4 :r, :

TVoclc: 368. 404, 9 lots in block 373 in amount to suit purchaser. Correspondence Increasing In price, and there is no chance to lose if you invest your names the following witnesses to .{ :\

.nrt 2 lots in block 319. New City. MARINE AND STATIONARY ENGINES invited. money In it Prices have more than doubled within the pat three prove his continuous residence upon, ,?; ,
all if sold quick at. .$700.00 for years. We have some nice offerings in all kinds of real estate, in J
sell sale. Wonder Gasoline
tivi! The People's .Bank of Pensacola, I and cultivation of said land. viz: J. }4 I Il j
On West Romana street, four 5 room Engines are the simpliest strongestand either large or small tracts. \ e can sell YOUR lands, no' matter John .
S. Fla.
Hobby, of Pine Barren, ,,
Pensacola ALABAMA.MARKETS ; "f" : :!
Fla. MOBILE.
best renting section where they : '> .
very are.
in the best the ;
louses engines on market for i D. Berg, of Pine Barren, Fla., W. A i" .l -< ,
of the city, with good prospects the money 'Send for catalogue. Ed .- i MiLler, of Pine Barren, Fla., I. J. Hobby j j. .'
for an increase in the value of the 1 B. Banks, Pensacola. Phones 1377 _BUTLER & SIMMONS : of Pine Barren, Fla. W: G. Rob I r.o;;,'

property houses property all new with.me. $6000.00 and Irill and, .,577." 3junelm.. '. Florida- and- Alabama LAWYERS AND REAL. ESTATE AGENTS, lnsonReglster. "1'f ,,
-List your ,
sell it. FOR SALE-Herd fine Jersey dairy LAND COMPANY 'i h CHIPLEY FLA. APPLICATION FOR LETTERS PAT- L :: 't ,
MONEY at the market rate of inter 'cows with well established milk'route. ENT. < >'
: that the .r .
NOTICE is hereby
gven '
estate. i
real .
Est on city No competition. Cows and Manufacturers of NEW YORK COTTON. of 1
undersigned, will on the 5th day Jl:}
business '
first class condition. Apply .- .
S. A. Taylor I and Dealers in New York .June 4.-The cotton ---- July, 1906\ apply to the Governor Of -. .'\., ;
Century Fla.
j. W. Bullock Jr. 3junelm'FOR LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES market opened steady at a decline of $ ...He.... *) ................................. the State of Florida, for Letters Patent 'i- i
single' AND KILN-DRIED SAP. 2 points to an advance of 6 points : on the Articles of Incorporation, :Ii" fJr:;
5MB-Large cut-under 1 J r"
selling at herein below out, the original of i i
with July a new low lee, set
Room 405, Thiesen Bldg. light top delivery horse. wagon, suitable for While other positions were generally I which articles are on file in the office i t 1:
two First class make
in and higher. Trading was active, with i AUSLEY { COMPANY of the Secretary of State of the State ;f.{ 1.r'
good condition. Can
be seen at r >
WOODAND ;if
Phone 161 wagon yard, opposite Dubuisson. E. New Orleans and Liverpool buying i of Florida. f'; 1R :
Intendencia. here, and prices advanced after the WM. WITHERS: I
Address Wagon care call on covering.. Bull l support, encouraged i C. PACKARD. '; .

For Sale Journal. ijuneSt by a more bullish private COMMISSION BROKERS ; t i JOHN E. STILlJ L\'N.: : : :

estimate of the acreage, fear that the Articles of Incorporation. .l ;: :'
w ftWJWj'YR \\ rtrif\rLrir\f\rit\rrLrf .
luuu FOR SALE-Fine .
_ hotel site; best situation weather in the western belt, would We the undersigned do hereby associate .;.
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store, in the city for tourist hotel ; -J< >t'
SALE-Retail grocery a COAL 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET PENSACOLA FtA.
leave no crop complaints, and in i ourselves together for the pur- C 4 I "
town. Apply A. Greenhut & 130 feet frouting south by 172 feet ?
down preparation for the government report pose of becoming incorporated under 11'- f ::\

Co. SjunelGt deep on East.Government Seville street, overlooking Oak and pine wood, in any size. All the market was 8@10 points the laws of the State of Florida, to ,'; ', 4 ., '
square and Adams Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and :
middle of f J,
higher in the the morning. Chicago. transact for profit the business here- y.
Seethe Pluto Water display at Hoc- street with open view of Penwcola grades of coal for sale. We are now ,,.
located at Ocosta & Co.'s old stand.r i inafter set forth; and we do adopt thefollowing f wA : i(
bay, $10,000 will buy the ,
Pharmcy. James McHugh, property .
ton's !
I n'_ ___ I as the Charter of the proposed ,' ,,
wholesale agent ljuqelm} -.. lapr. n trUU0 nnC. The Pointer. ? COnON.STQCKS.GRAlN.PROVISIONSandBONDS ic corporation: l; > X.

SUWe have* -a lot- -of- keg*, FOR SALE-A fine piece of waterfront : I OCWLLL\ &( liU., There is as much fallacy in attempt. : ------7------7-------7------------------- : \\lJI i
FOR property, 50 feet front 'Wes the origin of in ; The name of the corporation shall :
on Ing to prove pointing as
for flower pots and other: Phones 146 and 363 '
and for Investment
suitable Bought Sold on Margin or t ': j
Bay Shore at the foot of Clubfoa street, a like attempt 'to prove the origin cf : ;;: be The Pensacola Realty Company ,..I .j :
also a lot of whiskey, syrup] ) :
purposes; with a i room house, front and bad As a matter of fact, the pointIng and its principal place of business t ,1
lad other barrels, which are suitable< gallerY' has' a "nice wharf about 250! eating. Reference \ shall be at Pensacola, Escambia County ; ,.{ f..t' !
fish and act commonly exhibited by the i : first! National! and Peoples Banks. Phone 1173' '. :
crockery or cure< :
for( packing i feet long, running ou to deep wate Florida; but the Board of Direc -1' "
all kinds of barrels, : Professional! Directory I pointer and setter Is an Incident of the i : ;; ;
meats. We buy ., from the front gate. For a few day! I of food ...................................................$ I tors may establish other places of : \
clean them. attempted capture :
and Supply capture or c'.1.
and re-cooper only it will be uJered at only $1500< business for said corporation within .'
always on hand. If you need any,: cash. Apply to Jos. I. Johnson, at by dogs, and also by wolves and foxes.. and without the State of Florida. .: -F'-i ',' ;!
barrels, or have any for sale, ring us Coyotes have been seen to draw and > 1 .,
Friedman & Co.'s 'stor 5ma,: T G M D. II. t."
YATES .
up. Phone 235, residence phone 591 point on prairie dogs and grouse In ., The general nature of the business ," ,f l... i

Pensacola Cooperage Co., Geo. A, FOR BALE-Pair spoiled ponies !5 precisely the same ,manner that the to be transacted shall be that of real ,!

Vucovich, Pres., No. 9 S. Alcanlz. years old. sound and gentl' Donkey OPTICIAN pointer and setter draw on game birds., estate dealers and agents, and deal- -" -:'. i

I7maylm. and,cart; just the thing for cal 306 THIESEfil BUILDIN There were the same rigidity and Pay By Check. ers in stocks, bonds, debentures, scrip, J. : I

troR: SALE-A lot of old newspapers dren. One cheap farm horse, one,good< stealth, the pause to judge of distance and securities of any government, :: !-t I i'i J'!!

Put in bundles convenient for: mule. Hinman & Hecker, Century, and opportunity and the final rigid I state, or public or private corporation : i j
up Fla. 23may WM. D, HOWE all the ,i or any corporate body; money ;1 : !
bundle when energies are con J.
rryin'g. Only five cents per passe 1 Pay your bills in a business-like manner: brokers and commisson: merchants, ; :; !
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this office. centrated for the final spring to cap '
Apply ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW II
FOR SALE-Nice, clean old newspapers ture. All the phenomena displayed by by check. It greatly facilitates the'conduct and the doing of all business appertaining ; ',i
CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton & at five cents a bundle. This ol 14t'2'! EAST GOVERNMENT 3T to a general commission brokerage : .' : pPfc
the dog family indicate that the draw- of business both and '
private commercial -
your and sell
Watson have just received a large' flee i business; the buying 'If !
upply of the latest city maps, showing -. tog and pointing In the pursuit of prey while at the same'time your funds are ing of property, both real and personal h,:

all of the subdivisions. The maps an FOR SALE Second hand 25 H. P. DIRECTORY, were ever natural traits. It may be safe. !, either on convxission or otherwise; 's ;

official and down to date and an boiler.; Will sell cheap. .Apply tNew < reasonably believed that man could absolutely j I also the acquiring, using, leasing and ," f tt ;
mounted on heavy linen. Regula Method Laundry. ISApri I not breed -the pointing instinct out of 5 Business conducted through a bank is always \ disposing of real and personal property ,11;t i

price. $2.50; special price on lots of Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. the dog if he attempted to do so.- Even if for itself or others on commis4 : ll l t 1-" !
HACK No.6 I. 0.. 0. F more dignified. you use your : ;/,
fire or more to agents or real estat REGULAR LINEr-From Chip Joppa Lodge. Forest and Stream. sion; the borrowing and lending: of 11

men. Hooton & Watson. 8ma; ley, making connections with m'ai. meets every'Tuesday evening' at 7:3: ( .$ _ _ _ money from week to week and month jto money; the doing of any business appertaining < ,.It';; i

launch for points on St. Andrews bay I o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall. Belmont A Gentle Wl.h. month ; to a general loan and property } i

FOR SALE-Large Ice box, sUItable Extra teams for traveling men. Goo< and: Baylen street. Visiting brethren It was their honeymoon. They had agent, and of a general real estate 't\'tf f.-l,1!
horses, comfortable vehicles. I aro cordially invited. and the ac- ,
for grocery store or market and Call 01 suburban house and investment company;
\tBOda fount, with 20 syrup cups. Allin: or address J. C. Sinclair, Chipley,Fin. T. H. FLEETWOOD,.N. G moved Into a pretty settled at last. Pay It Out Through This BankjThe quiring, using and disposing of property :,' l f> 1
good condition. Will sell cheap or Telephone No 74. 28api J. W.. GINGLES, Sec and were getting cozily" of all kinds! necessary or incidental I j f' ..if

exchange for other property Apply; 31j.an6 II 'II n "I hare something for you, she said returned checks are legal receipts for to said businesses. .1 f: I'

T. J. Bucey, 1021 Ninth avenue. -. I when he camerhome' from the office. I Ill. : ,J
Traaylm Pensacola St. Andrews and Peasacola Lodge, No..3'K: of P. "A present," every bill you pay.FIRST I The amount of the capital stocl ::1 "', ?{

'meets every Monday evening at I I "Yes. You.Mve.. no night key eo I shall be ten thousand dollars, to ba 'tdivded J i i1
FOR SALE-Registered BerkshIre Gulf I o'clock at their temporary Castle Hail had one made t .for? you J Here.it Is." c I II Ii I : into one hundred shares of .Z .: tJ

hogs; best of breeding. Ask for Steamship over Iou .stable, W. Intendencia St., "That was -very .thoughtful of you. i one hundred dollars each, and to be Jf (;

catalogue.. Carl Setterlind,. ChiplejPla. STEAMER TARPON.w. .' Visiting brethren cordially welcomed But how did you come to take BO much paid in lawful money of the United f.tl".J
J. A. KIRKPATRICK 0. GH. in of a just valuation !
States property
trouble? or
foR SALE OR RENT Two lighters: 1 G.J3ARRQW. Mister'. "_.'. HORSLER"_' *._K.*_of ."H.S-' '__' "I wanted: If i-as a kind of barometer;' NATIONAL BANK{ ;, to be fixed by the incorporators. ".: ,t f'"JI '

one with capacity for 75 thousand ft. FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER ANDI'REIGHT You'lllet me look at it now and then,: I IV. ': \
SERVICE Meetings of I for which the corporation .
lumber' the other thirty .thousand ca A' the ?" The term '
paeity. Rates reasonable. Also two< -.Lletwu- Knights of Coiumoua won't you .. i is to exst: shall be ninety-nine (K)> : Iyears t 1.>
.
"Certl inly.IY PENSACOLA, FLA.W. '
skiff boats for sale cheap 22 ft. long, PENSACOLA. MOBILE APALACHl are held-at their: hall,, .oF : I from the issuance of letters pat ,
,5 It. beams. Telephone or write J. AChaffia COLA. CARRABELLE. ST. AN- 1i No. 8 West Intendencia "I'm not gslpg to say; you mustn't go ent. ; ,,<:
& Co., Milton. Fla. 25mai: DREWS,. MILLVILLE.And street, on every out evenings,.and I'm not going to sit .H.KHOWLB,Pre a. W.K.flynn,JR.,V.-Pres. and CssMer.: 't.,. :.1.' ,
T. W, BRIXT and W.N. BOBIRTS, Asst. Cashiers. : .
all points on St Andrew. Bay Monday evening at op until you c.Qme home when you areoot DlBICTOHS-r. C. Brent, W. A. Blount W, H. Kaowtw.V.. K. HfW. Jr The business of the corporation :. .
OX THE HIGH LAND-East Hill elec Carrabeile and ApatahIcol&SCHEDULE' jn, 7:30: o'clock.. Aa In. late. I only hope," she said coaxingly D. O. Breat. shall be conducted by the following I"'',.' ;)

trc: car line, six lots 100 ft. front 'riv vItatIon id etondeJto "that every time.I look at It the officers, viz: A President, a Secretary .c t

by ttllh deep, corners $100, inside visiting Knights. key will be a little bit rustier, and thenI r------- a Treasurer, and a Board of ;' 4-: -,-
lots J600. There are no better situations Leave Fensacola Sunday: g30: Bm. JOHN B. JONES. will know that home pleases Directors, consisting of three stock r '
than these lot*. A. V. Clubisi for Mobile, AlL J. S. LEONARD, Grand Knight more than other place." you holders; and by such other officers ; '-' ..; \
Leave Pensacola, Tuesday, 8:30UI. Recorder. any I the '
n. No. 5603.C. and employees as .j ( .
i JUST RECEIVED-Large snipment of] for St Andrews, MlllrUle] Apt.lac'flicola I Directors appoint. j ". ii
Imported Olive Oil Retail by pint, Carrabella and intenmediatjpolnta. Daughters G, B. Burnhans Testifies After Four W. LAMAR, President. JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Cashier. Board of may i .
of
Rebekah. M. E. CLARKVce-PresIdentand Cashier. J. W. ANDREWS Assistant,Cashier. i The offices of Secretary and Treasurer ; {"i
gallon or larger quantity. G. Morassc .
Naomi Lodge, No. 10, Daughters ol Years. may be filled by the same per 't

South& Co., ship Palafox.chandlers and! grocers.4octFOR 701] For additional, tefonnaUoa J. R. SAtTND apply ti Rebekah meets every Monday nIght G. B. Burhans of Carlisle Center,, i son. The directors shall be chosen :" 1

E. R- COBB, Praident RS. at 8 sisters o'clock in I. O. O. F. hail. Visit. N. Y.. writes: "About four yearao THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK by the stockholders and the other officers '!" t;; ,
ing cordially Invited to shall be chosen '
,
be that I had of the corporation
pres.
SALE.-Improved and unlmpro' Gen. Frt. and Pass.! Agt : I wrote you stating '
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ent. 'the
ed property in all parts of the city Pensacola. Fit been entirely cured of a severe kidney OF PCttSACOL, FLA. by the Board of Directors. l: -,'*
J. A. Wilson & Co.. Real Estate Agents,, MRS. B. R. WITKOVSKI' trouble by taking less than two DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. above officers shall be elected on the .'
Room 7. Salisbury building. Phone MISS WILLIE KENDRICK, Sec. bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure. It first Tuesday of Dtscember In each ;1 J

172. 23Jan ROUND TRIP SUMMERand entirely stopped the brick dust sediment CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. year which shall be.' the day for the 't': '
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M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first and and pain and symptoms of kidney DIRECTORS. annual meeting of the stockholders J -
FOR SALE Three yoke of oxen.' and third Wednesday evening at disease disappeared. I am gladto and directors. The officers who are ,! ;'
7:30
log cart; good team In good condition m., Raftord Hall, No 10. West p. say that I have never had a return Henry L, Covington, Frank Reilly, F. E. Brawner, to conduct the business of the corpora ;: > '
CONVENTION RATES Inten- :
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and working every .day. Price I dencla street of any of thosa symptoms ,during .the J. jrt. Pfeiffer, W. S, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar tion until those elected at the first ;idelecton ] .,:-';,
$300. Call on or write J. A. Chaffln & A. G. four years that have elapsed and I am Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourin, J. R. Saunders, : to be held on the day for the rf': .
Co. Milton Fla. 29aprlm Round trip sijmmei: excursions from i J. L. SWEENEY. Sec FELL, 'Pre evidently cured to stay cured and: A. M. Avery, W. H. Milton, 0. E. Maura, first annual meeting shall have qualified I

i all points east to Pacific .coast and I heartily recommend Foley's Kidney W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzie] Outing, shal! be as follows: f' 1-i >ti -I
:FOR SALE' -Lady's saddle, extra northwest from June 1 to Septembei I Cure to any one suffering from kidney Alex McGowIn, C. M. Covington, M. E. Clark., William B. Withers, President; R. ;1 1 +: f

food; fine Shepherd ddg; alsc 15, with special stop-over privileges,,! Pensacola Lodge No. 4, J. '0. o. F. or bladder 'trouble. For sale by 3.00 and {50)0 the Private department C. Packard Secretary and Treasurer; '.f :,t '
brand new Century Encyclopedia anc good returning to October 31, 1906.N. i Pensacola Lodge No. 4, (. 0. p F. W. A. O'Alsmberte, druggist and Safety deposit boxes for rent at LCO, year. and William! B. Withers, R. C. Packard tl j t f '

Dictionary. Address 1102' East Gads K- A. meeting at Los Angeles,' meets every Thursda- -renin? at 7:39 apothecary. in connection: for ths convenience of customers. : and John E. Stillman, Drectors.: J,..t. :

den St., or phone 285. 9majAUTOMOBILES. July 913. at the new hall on Belmont and Bayle" Fourprcent interest Paid on Time Deposits. : VI. rr tf, '

Elks meetin'g, at Denver, Colo., Julj' streets. Visiting brethren cordially .SOCIETY The highest amount of liability or f1 .' ; ;
.-I am agent for the 1621. I I invited. E. GREENBLATT. FRATERNAL indebtedness to which the corporation l i' '

Pope Ug. Co. and can sell you auto; Summer, rates' .to Colorado! June 1 J. NEVILLE. Secretary. ESTABLISHED AGENCY HERE ; can at any time subject itself shall be tr f '

from J500.00 up. They cost less than to September 30. .... Fifty Thousand Dollars. ;' t : .
horses to keep up. They can be ruIn Hotel Men's Convention, Portland,, W. 0. W. One of the best fraternal societiesIn --- -- VII. ,.. ti I'. "
sand anywhere horse the country, The Modern Workmen T. 8. wer; t.'l:8.: VIa'.PIUIID U. t
or a can go. I, HILTOX GROTS,PaZ'IDU residences of the 4 ;
Ore. June 25-28: Live Oak Camp No. 1. W.J.. W.. BDSHNF1X,CASHIKB.Qeo. ANSFIELD>> MORZSo.Attft.CAIBTEH The names and Leslie E. Brooks. : of the World, has recently established: B. M.
-. --- .- Use the splendid. through serviceof meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd subscribers, with the number; of 1t r ;
FOR SALE-Ten new and second the Southern Pacifi&from New Orleans Wednesdays in each mi/nth. Visiting I an agency in elasa our city. This society Citizens National Bankof : shares subscribed by each of them, : rI .
furnishes first protection in
;! case ;
second hand office safes, dUerentElzes Union Pacific: from Kansas sovereigns cordially Invited. I are as follows: i ; t'
; of sickness. accident or death at reasonable Pensac?)*, Florida. ,., i
best makes at bargain pricei City or Chicago.Through" !I F. A. BOGHICH( C. C. ?; rate. Old Age Benefits Paid uLcYo:;. ,, William B. Withers, Gulfport, Miss., } -V

Scarrltt Moreno, fflce East Govern. Pullman tourist cars from LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk. Up Certificates; and Cash, Withdrawals W.Wrlght. !torri.Be&I' T.E.'Welles. Eta M. Bobinion. L. Hilton Green. 49 shares. .f rj!
Toledo Ohio 49
gent 3t 24mar Washington, Atlanta, Montgomery,I R. C. Packard, r' ,
r are also special features of this A BCVIRXL GflYKrVG CVSINtSS TRMN8MCTED I! t i-r "

FOR SALE-Nice, clean old newspa- etc.California., and from St. Louis and Chicagoto society. A locil assembly, is to be -- -:- i shares.John E. Stillman, Pensacola) Fla., ..JJ".11i

pers. All whole and useful at home Write me for literature !and Infor I LVMSY1LLETERREHAUIERRTHROUGH : 3r'ganized sible. For in further Pensacola information as soon as pos 'n" _,_,_ _____ I i 2 I shares. :f.i -!' ',,"'
call on -- -- -- n
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or In your store. Only five cents per -- -- IN WITNESS } R.EOF said subscribers 'jJ t
landle. mation. ihe organizer. Henry R. Wtentworth, Tp. 5 i N., R. 33 W. -----------1 I' have hereunto set their: f;t f ., t'fI
J. P..VAN; RENSSELAER
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323 W. Zarragossa street,of this city. Legal fidftriisements lowing witnesses to prove; hands. t' I.
General
FOR SALE-Fine pot flowers 124 Peachtree St. Atlanta Agent"Ga., ous residence! upon and cultivation, : of I WM. B. WITHERS. i 1t : : F
Apply 1408 E. Gadwlen SL or phone T. .g NOTICE. Notice for Publication. Department said land, viz: J. El Hu bird, of No- R. C. PACKARD: I i:1i
P A.
R. O. BEAN. ,
*53 6-rln'gs. Mrs. J. J. Rogers. A. ( Pursuant to the call of the Democratic of the Interior. Land Office at Ga'.nesville : konrs, Ala., James Hubblrd, of Nokomis JOHN E. STILLMAN.
ISmaylm. G. W. ELY, T.Pe, County Executive Committee Fla., April 3, 1906. NoUce Is Ala.( W. M. Courtney of Noko-II .iJr.l/

FOR SALE A new top buggy, cheap. .. there will be a second hereby given that the following named mis Ala., James S. Seals,:'of NokomU,I STATE CP! FLORIDA '.
Address Box 315. ljunelw MANWhere primary election held on settler has filed notice of his:;! intentionto Ala. W. G. Robinson, Register. ESKXVM'BtA COUNTY. t "1'1' ,
Tuesday, the 12th day of June. 1906, make final proof In support of hsj: --i- I Before me personally appeared William !

FOR,SALE-5-room cottage monthly will ,yon and the maid for the purpose of nominating candidates claim; and that said proof will be i Notice for Publication. Department' \ B. Withers, R. C. Packard, and '.;; i .
on Land at Ga.
I Circuit Court at of the Interior. Office nes- :;'
Madam) and the Kiddies spend the I for the following! offices: made before Clerk i John E. Stillman, known to me a$ the ii ,
with and (
free payments teas, water ? % _____ Two members,of the House of Rep Pensacola, Fla., on June 30, 1906 viz: ville, Fla., April 9. /1906. Notice is I individuals who subscribed to the : : I
delivery, block from summer
one car; S. Seals, of Nokomis, Ala., lId.I hereby given that the foilwin's! named Articles of Incorporation and .
tor C 8 Ave and 12th street, East Hill. Why not- take a flyer (Our Flyer) resentative., One County .Commfssioner.! District; James 30488 for the lot 1 ( or E i of NE'U settler has filed notice of :his.Intention above severally acknowledged that they sub ;'; ,I : *?

.. _E. Brett ljunelw, to the finest.:'Summer Country* in .the : _ No. 4. Sec. 1.:Tp. 5, N, R. 31 W. He names I to make final proof in support of h'.s! scribed and executed the same for the V .J" .:
world? Cool, Bracing! !and' Invigorating _ FRANK the following witnesses to prove his claim, and that said pixk will be uses and purposes therein fet forth. J'
FOR S1ALE Bicycle, good as new; REILLY, cuHi- before Clerk Circuit atPensacola '
Colorado. and made Court t
D'ALE fBERTEl Chairman. continuous: residence upon IN TESTIMONYVILFMtEOF, I have I. 1
cheap for cash. Apply Marrloo- A.H. E. Hub- Fla.< June ] 0 1906 viz !
viz J. on | :
-of said land : set hand and official gcal 1 ; l '
Curry Co.. next to :Moore Ice w;: It only takes a dar'wv&St. Louis Secretary./! ration Nefon I hereunto my '
Co. of
Garden ., -- Missouri Pacific at.9:00a ra. bird, at Nokomis Ala., James Hub- Thomas H. Peasacola, Fla.,. this 29th day of May.: A. D., 1906. r f i! -
St. somky en 'the of Nokomis, Ala., W. M. Courtney Hd. 30713 for the NE& ((6r I lot 1) and PATTILLO CAMPBELL, :\ t f !:
morning earlf are In bird, p
The next .you. l REWARD Nokomis. Ala., W. B. Seals, of SEU of NWU lor( SVi of Lot 2)) Sec.I (Seal]) j'--! ;'ft' ;
$100 of
FOR SALE-(Fine, large :young mule, Colorado. ep Nokomis Ala. W. G. Robinson, Reg.I r 32, Tp. 2 S., R. 31 W. He names the Notary Public State of Florida at h r t.-

sound If as a dol'ar, only' 7 years old; Living Is Cheap. Write, for description A reward of $100 will be given forth Ister 'I'I' following witnesses to pjbve his con: large. ',,'t ,t V ,'

cneap tare sold at once. Address, Mule pamphlet:"'list Boarding! Houses 4 capture of Jaqe Haney, escaped tinuous residence upon and cultivation: ; My commission expires Dec 14, 1907. : fri :t

-Journal.------ 30maylw etc. from convict camp. Description: 51 Notice for Publication." Department of said land:.!iz: George P. Cross of I ;,; 'j ..;
'"- 130 pounds medium of'theInterior Land Office at Gainesville Pensacola 1a., B. C. Daval, of Pen-I 'Y. :'
SERVICE' 7 Inches; ; F..A.M.
1'OR SALE-Fine Leghorn .and Ply -LOW-- -RATES.. '-- ---', I VIA build feet : age 21; carriage erect; brown I '1a.. April 9, 1906. Notice Is sacola Fla., Willie'Simon;, of Pensaco-- communication of I if :l
A regular :
Gregory mouth street.Rock chickens. 258 30maylw East To Denver:July'9th to 14th, account I L. & N., E. & T. H. and C. & E..I.I.2Veftibulad I eyes black hair complexion black; I hereby has given filed that notice the following of his intention named! la Fla., Fla.%, A. J.Robne Nelson! ., Register.of Pensacola,I Pensacola Lodge. No. 42, F, 44 '
n A
meeting B. P.' O. Elks. Through IfIns Daily medium foreh ad-medium ears;.round settler proof,in support of his: .r9.: & A. M., will be held Thurs- i .,_ ;
FOR SALE-Lumber is now cheap at To San Francesco, June.24th to TO CHICAGO 2- nose; medium mouth;, good. teeth;] to.make' final that said proof will be, Notice Publication.- Department I day night All members are [ : !1i
and '
THROUGH SLEEPERS DAY COACHES round chn: ; short, neck; square shoulders -claim, I Gainesville to be present and visiting :r It
Joel Fratert lumber yard on Bay- July'6th. AND Clerk. Circuit. Court 2t1 of the Interior Land Office! at -i requested
len street wharf. Get his prices and To Colorado and Salt.Lake: City an JEW ORlEANS TO CHICAGO ; length'of feet 10 inches.;- vaccination made before Fla. June 30, 1906, I Fla., April 9. 1906; Notice is brethren Invited. By order of <, :{i
NI'IIIIQ' : Pensacbla, on
CARS '
c 6ERv.ua ALL MEALS U uourt scar on.left arm. I I E. HARVEY. W. 1L T t-.. k :'
: the T.
build you a home before prices advance summer. : I D.B.1I1I.LM.AH,".P.AS..t MOEM."'.Agt. YARN BROTHERS CAMP Ii William B. Seals, of Nokomis, Ala.,I hereby given that fpllbwiffg named t j /',
S. I EREHLANDER, notice of intent.onf B. M. SOLOMON. Sec. ? ) ;
6 his
which is sure to come. ; Tenn. .., wNYt.L .. _lUf.. '.!"'" I. Cantonment.I Hd 30652 for the SW& of Section settler has filed ;; "' .,F', !! V
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.;: INTO A SUMMER SUIT in. Shreveport the, Southern again',league' umed.the..pennant. :- race lead. Will SOO.N BE[ -:: The quality of. ingredients: care "

yesterday by trimmed'NewOrleans'defeating-{ ,Nashville, and skill in every process' pjf Brewing is
while Atlanta "
responsible for the exquisite taste the
The Pirates, It is true lead only by ,

i I a' margin of '15 points i ,' b'ul. ':that is .mellowness and the delicious, flavor of .

f' It's high time you were getting I enough' to ,capture the buJ1tlng.. If the RETIRED[ .

J percentage.. of lead is as :.great at theennination '"
into one. Perhaps are wanting .
you -
of the .season; ; The 8UDWEISERA

} the second one by now Our line ... Shreveport 'crew ha
6 43, followed'by New Orleanjjwith 628
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: of grey and blue serges both two' and Atlanta ,la next 'in Hne. ;wlth: 605.. ; Nayy to'Jake: Selections'Changes .
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and three piece suits are decidedly j % If the "Claim-All Burg'' :taipkeeps! : i Assignment. : ; The ..King'of 9jtlea'eers. .

up the winning streak,.:snv. 'S'' team ,

t. the swellest we ever saw,in addition may. have a temporary. -lease-f'" on-- first. .. : With those who.appreciate Quality Palatability,

.. to which there is wide choosing 1ace. Nine strafght victories Is the Special to The Journal.- Budweiser occupies a place all: its own. It is so :-

record of thev Georgia crew. !: Washington, D.. C. ..June 3.-&ar superlatively good that; .:'though,higher in price, it
from black and fancy suitings. Six Augusta has a big lead jn.the.South Admirals R D. evans J. B. Coghlan, has a greater sale than other bottled jbeers.
!Ulantic and' the- 'New.ork J. H. C. H. .
league Sands, F. W. Dickins and
fifty, eight, ten, twelve fifty, fifteen Highlanders still winning' in theAmerica'n Stockton aboard -'
are have been appointed _J__ Bottled only at the Home Plant.

or eighteen dollars, we have your ti league, and leading'..the procession : by the Secretary of the Navyto : Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n '

by a smal1.pere tage. Phila. select officers to be retired under c ? '.. j,.)
and of the St. Loots, .u.) 3. A.
price highest quality. i .
; detphia and Cleveland have been get-- the compulsory retirement act to _s1I\7 .

: Fifty cents gets a high grade j 1 Ing their 'ite dings. In large. ,> doses re- make sufficient number of retirements '.#i. :' --.,1'-'
cently. v of the personnel law. There A. MOOG,. Distributor.Pensacola. .

:: undershirt or drawers. A dollar a J Chicago is still at. tKe,top in the are to be retired five captains, four ." ... : -"

: better grade.THE National league, tnougoAard pressed command, four lieutenant commanders 'J : .
by New York and Pittsburgh WOJIIQ and two lieutenants-fifteen I Ctrhti or Tin Cgpt4H

not'be bad,if the PIrate3.or Cubs cap. In all. Speculation in naval circles l lE
ured the pennant* this::year, and let lias it that Captain Perry Garst and } V '

New York out in the cold. Captain F;. K. Moore are likely to be j : -
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two of the captains to be retired. =
STANDING AND RESULTS Several the assignmento -- I. -,""_ .,,
changes .
in
JOHN WHITE STORE naval officers are booked to occur nEAL[ l [ESTATE T [ '- --+
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Southern League. very soon. It is probably that Lieu: Tomorrow May Never Come

S 1 Phone 225 205.207 8. PALAFOX Won Lost Pet. tenant Commander-.- R. Robinson
--Shreveport. .'. .. ...2715 64J will ba succeeded in wireless telegraph I .Probably you :intend to take some assurance tomorrow

I New Orleans..27': 16 628 work in the Bureau of Equipment tut-how do you know tomorrow will come for you?
--- -- I Atlanta. . ....'..26 17 605 by Lieutenant Commander: T N f[ .
TRANSFERS
Memphis .. .. ... 23 19 568 Cleveland Davisr Lt. Robinson having Don't Wait Your Can't Afford It .
been assigned to.the Tennessee. ,
Birmingham .. .. .. ,25; :/gl. 544 ,
Lieutenant Commander L. A. Kaiseris i -
Monrgomery..18E5 419 : For while you're waiting; the call come. Insure .
D. Nashville .. .. ..16 29 y 356 scheduled to go the; Washington. F. M, Whiting to Tnos. P brey.allof' may a
l.A. C.E. L. Little Rock.. .. .. 11 31' 250: -His successor in'the Bureau has: orEauinmsnt block '219, West King Tract, $1.00 the Equitable.
as wireless'"' pinert : not and other considerations.. : '

Yesterday's Results.' yet i been determined tipon. When Thos."Pebley to C. E. Bennett, lots Insurance, Gen'l A t)

Atlanta 1. New Orleans o Commander f' Navigation Usher to assume leaves command the Bureau of 6, 7, 12; 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17 in block 1 Fire i ,,tif e< .Knowles Dro's> PemacDla
Montgomery 5, Memphis 2. 109, West King Tract, $100 and other .
the St. Louis he will be succeeded in I
Something New .... ,
Birmingham! 7 L'ttle.Rock 1. considerations.Wl .A- II '" s !t-c;' =" '- "''' nw
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the 'bureaU" by Capt. .R. F. Nicholson I --i::::
Shreveport Nashville. H. B ack to WJ H. Call, lot 24
1 PROTECTS BOTH YOU AND FAMILY now stationed in the Bureau of and the E. 31 ft. and 3 inches of lots -- -

f, South Atlantic. League.- EquipmentRumor' has it that Capt., William! P. ;I 1. ?, 3 and.4 in block H, W. King 4.........- ......H-.....4+.e +..e4H4.4......HG......o
Tract, $loa and other consid rat'on'3. -pENe OCLA.
F Won Lost Pet. 'Potter, Assistant chief of the Bureau t i :
Caho A. '
Redditt Manager .. W. H. Call {o Leslie E. Brooks, let
Augusta .. ..,..27 13 675 Navigation, will shortly be assisted
I Charleston. .. .. .. .22 19 .537 to command either tha Vermont, 24 and the E. 31 ft. of lots 1, 2, 3 and : iron Works and Supply Co.Manufacturers *

? Macon .. ... ....21 : 19 52={ the Minnesota,! the Kansas. If he 4; block 44, W. King Tract, $100 and $
FIDELITY MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO Columbia .. .. .... .19.21 475 I is given an assignment or it would note other considerat'ons.THE and, Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, 2
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FORGINGS
M.L AND! STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
Savannah .. .. ....19 23 452 b -surprising if Captain William <>
Jacksonville : .. ...17. '25 405 Ewift would be selected as his suc- ORIGINAL. : REDAIRSA: S aC AL TY. Prompt attention given to al: orders *
: CHIPLEY I FLA. cessor. Foley & Co., Chicago, originated O day or night. Agents for, James :McKay & Co.'s celebrated Leg n2 '. \)
Yesterday's Results. t Honey and Tar as a throat and lung Timbr Dogs. also chains of. all descript'ons.: Office phone! 12J;; H5 -: .. *
Having won for -third time the
S. A. remedy; ,and on account of the great den e. phone. 1029. P. 0. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN: Mgr ,''*
Savannah ,
Ogburn Special Agent 6, Jacksonville 3. race for the Dispatch Cup the motorboat
merits and popularity of Foley's **$4>4A*<>$*O*.4* $*A.. Charleston 4, Columbia j Dart
I' /i- the tender for the convert'
MILTON FLA. Augusta 3. Macon 2. -.' J" eci yacht'Sylph, is now the permanent Honey and Tar many imitations are '
L possessor of the troph The race offered for' the genuine. Thes ..........0+..............O.. O O .04tO. t.O
National League Results. j's off Norfolk over ca course ,of worthless Imitations have similar! i isoundingBarnes. :
New York 9, Philadelphia! 6.' eight miles-which was" covered by the .-- Beware of them.
; Marine Grocery Co. Dart in twenty-six- 'm-nutes.! The The genuine Fo'ey's Honey and :Tar I f for the I
SHIPPING NW[ American League! Results. Dart was in command of LIeutenanta' I is in a yellow package. Ask for it I Eyes i
&. 604, 606, 608. 610 S. Palafox St. Detroit Washington 4." Evans, ;son of Rar ,Admiral Evans: '' nd refuse any substitute. It Is the
Phone Chicago 3, Philadelphia 2. The Cucumber, commanded:by Natal /best remedy for coughs and colds.
725. New York 1. St. Lou's 0. Constructor Adams. was.. a close sec: W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist and i : The use,of gaslights: are better far the eyes than an *
') ':I I apothecary. o'her illuminaqt! \ because it is *
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V. J. VIDAL, Manager. Cleared. Boston 6. Cleveland $. ond. nearer like daylight thai:
Federica, Aust. ss, 2261, Zar, with Game Today. any other bril'lant, yet mellow and soft. Ji
i: We will sell for ten days at less 16.500 cu. feet of hewn timber for Mar The Orioles and 15th_ Company will How to Break Up a Cold. : THE SOLAR SYSTEM. .
i wan cost: seilles.. play at Fort Barrancas.'this afternoon. 'It may be a surprise: to many to I
&:. No. 2 Mackerel, 2 for 15c. VESSELS IN PORT. The game will take :place upon the arrival i learn that a severe coMican.be completely ,i Some Facts Which Give an Idea of i ; It is Better for the Purse :

. Smoked Halibut (very fine) IOC 'of the :? "o'clock, dummy.Sanchez broken up" in one! or two days' It* Immensity. .

per Blood pound.Red Steamships.Federica time. The first' symptoms of a coll j In all the heavens, with the exception : ". .. Because( it costa less than any other fighting agent to bro :
t Salmon (
10c .
L Holland Herring (in kits per lb. Aust. ss, Zar, 2261, New Joins Gulfport are 'a dry.' loud cough a profus'ewatery I of passing meteors or meteorites, ; '., : had in Pensaeola. It js certainly as convenient a:; an' *
5 kit. ) 60c per Orleans, to. Gulf Transit Company. 'I' Phil Sanchez. a well known local I discharge from-the nose anda not..one body occupies a position closerto : : known method because it may be lighted by simply press |
Barendrecht, Dutch 2092 Hock ball player, left yesterday for Gulf- thin, white coating c& the tongua.Wlhen the .
t.: Kaiser Herring in tins ss earth than the moon, which is some:
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tin. ) 45c per stra, Rio Janiero. port, where he will play second base Chamberlain's cough remedy 1 240,000 miles away-very far, of I ; ;;
Exmoor, Br ss Storehouse. 2297, for Jack Bolin's team in the Cotton: taken every hour on the first appearance i
t. Salaclne Sausage imported). 25c Madiera to Hyer Bros. States league. of these symptoms, it counter.acts' c course side by side with any earthly Pen Gas Company I
per pound.We distances, but a mere fraction side 'by
Goodwood, Brit. ss, 1977 Brag Rio the effect of the cold and restoresthe o .
have a fresh stock of imported De Janiero, W. S. Keyser Co. Barrancas Victorious. system to a healthy condition side wIth'other astronomical distances. Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. :

'; ;i, Maccaroni.Paste, Greek Spa Black. erti Olives, Italian, Artichokes Tomato to Guliiue J. A. ,Merritt Br ss, Harrison Charleston' -the Barrancas fort Sunday defeated afternoon.the Orioles The game at; within drifgg'sts.! ; a day. or two.' For. sale by all. Next neighbor to the. moon is Venus our,nearest and then occasional Mars.- :....44......$4.e.............se....................:
Navy Bread.
Pilot
I ;. 7ack. Boston Brtwn Bread Italian Hard John L. Inglis, Am. tug, 98. Sheldon, was played in eihty-five: minutes and Both Venus and Mars, however, are --
Lead, Russian CavIar Bread.and French New Orleans, to J. A. Merritt. fast and clean throughout, terminating THE FIRST AIR BRAKE. often farther away from us than the ,
French and Italian! Sweet Oils.ft'e imported. Louise Ger 53 1480 Bohndorf, Ati i in a score of 6 to 1. gun, which remains always at some- Order You.r
carry the only full line of Francis werp to J. Schreyer. .,.- ij; Wbat It Did When We.ttncho.... where about the same distance, roughly ICE COAL and WOOD
eggett's and Dodson and Brown's Peturnia, Brit ss, 1093 Frankland, The Very Best Remedy for Bowel Finally Won a Trial. l at from 00,000,000 to 93,000,000 miles. ,
; canned goods in the city. Gulf Charleston, to Julius Shrier. Trouble. -. Persons who should have known bet This dividing space between sun and :frexza. 'the

Co.'s "Oaxaca" Gold Standard.CityCoffee' leans Senator Brit ss, .3043, Pjlet New Or. Mr. M. F. Borroughs, an old and ter thought Westinghouse visionary earth is of great importance in thinking i, Co sumers' lee and Fuel ompany. I
to \: Brown.
DayhurojJc, Diamoad: Blend and well-known when they were told that he proposed about the stars, and it should be .
Got 4 --.:..-. resident of Bluff ton, Ind.,, Office*-Corner Chile and Tarragona. Phone 259.
den IXJo Coffee foi: sale. They are an says; "I regard Chamberlain's Colic,, to stop a train by air. Nobody seem- clearly impressed upon the mind. I

high grades and :gIve perfect satisfac Ships. Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy as the ed inclined to let him try his plan on Next to the sun in point of nearness ____ ______ :1
tion. Canara ItL very best remedy for bowel trouble. I a real train, but they did not object to come the more distant planets-Jupiter, -
ship, 1495
Repetts Genoa
to Master. make this statement after ;having his working a model of it in a shop which is about five times as far from -I---
usad the remedy in my' fam'.ly: forseveral be couldn't do harm the sun as earth is Saturn,
Harvest where any or Involve our ; nearly
Queen Brit
ship, Forsyth. It Will Cost More
'Next
Rio Janiero to order.NorJstjernn :years. I am never without anybody; else in xpense. Heknew twice as far as Jupiter; Uranus, nearly YearTo
it. This remedy is almost'' sure to ) his scheme would work, but he twice as far as Saturn, and Neptune ,
Nor'
n, build
ship than
tBest ; 1,635. be needed before the a house it will cost this year. If yon contemplate
Iraksen, La Guayra to W. S. Keyser summer" over could not make any one else believe It. nearly three times as far as Saturn. All building, wouldn't
( Why not buy it now and be wait another day but K< \
Ming for & Co.: for such an emergency? For prepared sale L So be continued to sell.his invention these planets belong to our sun, all right at It now. ,The demand for material is increasing
Barks. druggists. byall for: replacing derailed cars on theo re members of his family, all are part .We: furnish everthing for the entire 'building and can

\11 Antigua, Nor bk 1348, Ferguson, tracks and to talk about his brake f Jhe .solar system. The size of the save you money. Framing $16.00 up. .sidin'; $10 to J3Flooring :..
Fewest DollarsThat's New Orleans to A. Zellus. any railroad man who was willing to' solar system as a; whole, consistingthus $15 up; Shingles $1.75 to $3.25; Paint $1 to $->
De'gregori Gio Botto, Ital bk, 1294,. PKESSJTHEBUT'TON listen. of the sun and his planets, including ga'lon.! Low prices: on hardware, brick, lime and ce

Genoa, to Rossasco Bros. "Well, have you ever stopped a train our earth, may be fairly well grasped meat.Saunders. !
King Malcolm, It bk Gull, 1233 '
I Ge- with this air thing 'of yours T they by any one taking the trouble to
i oa to Huges & Co.
' oufmotto from Lulsa, ItsL bk. 1591, Montano from would ask. master two simple facts. They are Mill Company I
fitSt to last and by the Nolloth to master. iIf No, he couldn't say that he had doneso. these that our earth is roughly about ,

Lake Erie, ItL bk., 928. Efigan, Bas- Nobody would let him try it even 02,000,000 miles away from the sun Phone 717., 21 East Garden treat. !
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'increasing sale of our som to Master. on a train of dump cars. and that Neptune, the outermost planet FI'T'T' ji

i ,summer suits we judge Monrovia, Nor bk, 1449. Aase, Ham One day he arrived in Pittsburg,_gelling of, the solar system, is nearly thirty ; i I
burg to order. his other Invention and talking times as far distant from the sun as -

the men are appreciating Port Son clan, Uruguay bk, 1112, i1-Ar-riUi-7/Ii--f14 I about his brake notion 10.a man connected our earth is.Cha.mmrJournal.! THE ,

effort Ferres Meutevideo German Amen : j ; h1 V iii t! / with a railroad out there. CARTOON.. DO YOU
our to supply can Lbr. Co. "
"That's
ij 1 a great Idea of yours, said
them with stylish suits Paalo Angelo, Ital bk ..1136, Bezzo. the man. "We will try It on our line.. IN TODAY'S PAPERThe
Precursore, Ital bk Schiafflno, 150! -
:So the officials of this railroad -
\ .of better for Genoa to Rosasco Bros. permitted The 1906 Model have
quality the Westinghonse to put his new"kickshaw" c4 :, any trouble with
Spero Nor. bk 623, ,printed !r
Bostig, Las cartoon in this issue is
snug saving which our Palmas. on one of their trains. RemingtonSholes I furnished by courtesy of tae, Florida j II
Sterling, Nor bk,. 'Ellepsen, Labit I IBay The Stmplat-Sureu-we.e:. _Iu But he had to agree to indemnify the Sun, an illustrated, weekly of .'ca.rtooni)| YOUR FEET ?
price nets them. Especially -t order. H&AcICIt-tad only Perfect road for any damage that might be and comment printed in
do Schooners. 5ill'-6Ill"1 Pen. NotMfiltet caused to the train as'the result of the t Fla. This i is JackSOnrllle'1)!I
i we recom- ;O.Lik:.pfll-Go doac trials. The paper good:I if you do, there is no necessity for l{.
train was equipped. On
of
Donna things interest
Christina. Am Florida
sen, to ple.
= McLeod pe ; mend our serge suits I 165: Belize."Talklac'. la Ton the limply pren the button(M the designated day the confident inventor t with its new billing attachments I. Cartoons from. the pen*of A. K. Taylor'I'I when you can get the only original

! 'in both blue picture 1&.().tad.hih.n the peA flu* and a group of skeptical railway and instantly interchangeable carriages like the one producted in this l ia'sue,
and '
. grey. Writ men boarded the train on which tabulator and two-color are a feature'of The Sun, each issue| BUNION LASTShoe
*$tl>eln$t*ntit .
ribbon
Whether you spend ten ,In England. toachea the P eI'E the first air brakes were fixed. Off : movement, is the most complete containing a number o! them. ;The-
English people are not only the worst went the train on its trial trip. The en combined editorial. page 1 U under the llrec lon at my store that wll make >'oa

i dollars or fifteen or. talkers In the world but they have, in gineer put on full speed ,and Just as / Billing andCorrespondence of Mr. Claude, .I/Engle,who comments feel comfortable just to look at, and a
It dollars for addition, a natural suspicion of any, Eagle$150Flash he had rounded curve'he saw ahead, I With: a bold; free ,hand on rive Florida, dream of paradise when you put fcea
eighteen a one who can string half a dozen sentences -: at a grade crossing and in the middleof topics, political l and general. !The on, and only $3.00 and $3,50 per pa.[,
' : suit our price will both together without stammering. NO.IJ the track a 'loaded -wagon a man i Sun Is a 16-paae: 4- olumn magazine All the latest shapes in Snow, F10".
In fact, to hare any degree of fluency: pen pout wlth4-4nt brat& tolU nikmij gold and a boy and a balky horse. .The eh-1 I machine manufactured. Designed and compares in point of literary: excellence sheim and King Quality Shoes at fro:!!

please-and satisfy. of speech lays a man open at once to robber and fully fuvaateed gineer moved his little lever, and the as it was for fast service, built for with the Sathurday Evening $3.00 to $6.00. guaranteed to fit 'W
the charge of not being "sound," whilea E'ih'1aalu"No.23 first train that was ever stopped by bard use,'recommended by experts PostCol1ier' or Harper's Weekly. foot and the purse; one trial and i

universal woman terror.-Ladies'who can talk at Field.all Inspires Ea,1e "f1uJa.aoLIlaaDda.. Ho. 26&lei $2.S0 air pulled up at a standstill several } and guaranteed as the idealTypewriter against wear,it isoffered .The$2.00 subscription a year. ,$1.00. price for six of months.The Sun, :50c is I know you'll come again.JOS.COLEMAN.

feet short of the obstruction.
t for three months. Every Floridian
II,SIatiuocn Thus, on Its first trial the Westing-I should take it and read it. !Subscrip I:
Why, They Lett. ud Other Store* house air brake saved life and prevent-{ tions can be made through th.'8 paper
A comedian appeared in a four actcomedy MkYouaDALfl. Ifht ed damage to property. Thenceforward I or sent direct to Tha Sun, Jacksonville ; .
H 0. ANSON in a western mining town, according doesn't tell you the 'E"Ilo : talking was all that had I for producing the most good work in Fla. / .
to the Buffalo:Commercial. At. "FLASH" FouawD Petit tbca I unnecessary; the shortest tune with the least effort. .,
end the retail direct to be done was to make brakes. The 212 S. Palafox St
the end of the third act the pace to Write. today for full description. I
miners
Each
rose u. pea abIolutc1y ji Inventor thought of that.clause securIng If your stomach 'troubles yoU do pot -
.. In a body. gathered up their belongingsand utccLEagle Local Agents wanted for I conclude that there is
: CASH CLOTHIER compensation to the railroad for unoccupied territory. no cure, for a
started tp depart The comedian. Penal Co. any damage he might do to the train, great many. have been permanentlycured MORPHINA-CURA I
THE
'in dismay rushed before the ARITHMOCRAPH CO.
curtain. Mtaabctcrcn by Chamberlain's Stomach and
.; Corner Palafci and Main. "Gentlemen." he said 'there is another -, 3iBroawiv.N.w!. Yarit I and from he that.laughed.day. He His fortune then dated onlytwentytwo. MaJeatla Bldg., ChicagoJACKSONVILLE. Liver Tablets.- Try ,them, they, are An Wl infakibb; <%ramed/> $2.00: for tn.cur PER of Drug BOTTLED Hlot.: o<. !<, *,

I act yet." "Yes; that's why we are L -, ., : .Arthur .was In Success certain to 'prove beneficial. They (Smt orHjpodemucoruitemalw postpaid, .t$2 p Warren *
i .' going." said the miners. .' ,** FLA. only cost a !1 1rter. Sold by :all
1 I. -- ...... 204 West Baja.,Street, druggists. For Sale In Pensacola By
W. H. WHITE 6. CO., Druggist'Jif

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