The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: June 6, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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LABOR Fop1SOUTH "... Fist Fight at- Missouri' Convention in St. f flDgD: lN ., m REW / jf;. '

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Notion Presented to Southern By Associated Pre ai. ed in reaching temporary organization a House l Left Standing Upon i I Crew-af Silas P. Stearns Seized ;;, :, '
st. Louis, June 5-The, ',state democratic but pending organization pandemonium it '

Immigration Commission Ask convention today selected former lost reigned control and of the the presiding convention.officer Its Foundations ;in 1 by-Mexican Government i': .

ing i that It Be Allowed. chairman.Governor During Gallarn the debate as permanent on the tators Speakers in were the balconies howled down took and part spec-in Scottstown { are Home. 1 i f
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credential committee report,.;.two, delegates the demonstrations.. 1- f ,
had a fist fight and were separated The accusation against the Pulaski
by the sargeant.at-arms. No i county" delegation in the convention THREE DROWNED ArJD, FOUR :
STANDARD WAGES nomintions were reached. 'I two years ago caused a disturbance I WARMLY RECEIVED -
which l was ended only by adjournmentuntil 'FATALLY t 2 ; t ;
PANDEMONIUM' AT THE tomorrow. .i
ARKANSAS CONVENTIONHat test of strength be- ESCAPED j iI
There was no
Io Be Paid in All Localities Where I! tween Governor Davis and Senator NIGHT CLOTHING -,,BRIDGES : J Jn Ho fiiQ Mexican Imprisonment I f .
June States 4
Springs, 5.-The democratic Berry for the United senator- I: 4i

Immigrants Work. state convention today succeed! ship. WASVTZD AWAY AND COMMUNICATION I Desired b by Men.STOWES ,.

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Associated Pr ,is'I'I AND DENIAL MADE
MENT 6.-iS i
ConsolidatedBy June
Companies are ttronton, .+k -
WOULD NOT REMAIN IN SOUTh I village' north of here with a population THAT AMERICAN BOATS WERE
of two hundred was w shed away I

UNLESS WAGES EQUALLEt Associated Press day, and Judge McPherson will allow tills morning. Not a. 44 was left I "POACHING OR WERE VIOLATING

THOSE PAID IN THE NORTH- Kan| s City June \5.-By agreement -I the attorneys to present the case to on ,the'foundations.Mrs Sayre and:Mrs da, ghter ercy Man-were INTERNATIONAL, LAW WHEN <, '
the jury on an agreed statement of. .
of counsel the cases against: the Bridges were.washed away .
PERMANENT BUREAU ESTAB. facts. No witnesses win be examined. : drowned. SEIZURE WAS MADE. I
packing companies, Swift Cudahy, I and telephone lines are down. .
is situated_ the Junction I
LISHED. Armour and Nelson Morris charged Court adjourned until Thursday, as I, ScettstowH !
with accepting rebates, were consol counsel to-day had not completed the. : of Indian ana'is Junction long knd narrow creeks., Captain Malfitano!! and crew of the i i iI
idated in the United States court The valley above
to- statement.
By Associated Press. I and the floods swept everything be- Mrs. Jas.G. Elaine is the daughter of Real Admiral Hichborn. She.is !
New York, June 5.-A resolution u_ ____ fore tiem. now in South Dakofn for the purpose of securing a divorce from her has-1! in a Mexican prison in Progresso anda t
requesting congress to allow the imporiation -'. of Mexican Trouble When the alarm was Liven many band, who is a son.of the late Maine! statesman.: {I: long voyage into Galveston, and' by i

<< of labor by employers and. Reports escaped only in their'nf? it clothing,j, -- ,- -- II I rail to Pensacola. arrived last even- ;: !
thai contracts between labor and em in an attempt to reach hi$s. Besides]
plovers be filed with the ';overnmet the two women drowned {four others!( ing at 6 o'clock from the Texas city. i I
ai 'he port of entry was presented. Maliciously ExaggeratedBy were injured and are not ;Expected: to CHIEf ENGINEER STEVENS Captain Malfitano and his men were x r '

to 'he Southern Immigration Commisom recover. members of the crew of the fishing ;
to-day The resolution provide: I smack named which is owned by the
Associated Press. ated. The Mexican authorities are
loon that! the shall wages not be to less be than paid the contras recog; Bisbee, Ariz., June 5Col. W. C. giving full protection to Americansand FISH WITH TEETH OPPOSES SEA LEVEL CANAL Warren Fish Company of this city. .E

of the locality in which i Greene at Cananea, :Mexico, sends the property. Evidently false and It will be remembered that along with ;
i.zed standard to the Associated Press malicious' have been extensively -
tie;. work is to be done and further! following : reports I AND BIG BRISTLES smacks from Galveston and :Mobile; i i
of disturbanceat circulated
Some accounts the by interested partiesfor '
aprssses approval of the plan prc- the Silas P. Stearns was seized by ;
River Turned :
tiding for additional educational requirements Cananea are very much exagger- mercenary motives. Claims of Chagres If ,
the Mexican government, charged with: J '
and an increased head tai ... .
as a bar to the importation of unJtMrable -I APPEARS TO BE CROSSBETWEEN. 7:; Into Sea Level Canal Would Make I fishing in Mexican waters without a "
classes. It is stated that only; y ,: license. The captains and crews of
!lour and one-half per cent of the immigrants -I AppROpRIATION PLEAS S ENTERED RAZOR-BACK'; : ;AND the different vessels were thrown in
to to the the United southern States states last';, RED SNAPS It Non-Navigable. .- filthy Mtexican dungeons, that answers .
)war went i :
for prisons in that country, and,4r4e4.Tpy
and that there is urgent need then the most. unique .cur'tosities <
One of
: soldiers. The treatment
tar( a new element which: is able to on exhibition ,in.,PjenSaeola in years By Associated Pssa."Washington level canal would be like a sewer,' a | 1
Bake contributions. to the, progress cf I FOR F R NAVY N NI IN 'IMINAb was exhibited.atJhe .Paflor Market fie narrow' channel deep in the' canor.s. accorded the crews of the American t
a' ; June J; fjtJ 1 i ,b it is the i
the south.' yesterday, in the shape or; a- fish: ; : ''It wotrd have: a strong cm-rent ands 4lats, stated, was cruel in ex*
of the commission visited is cross neer Stevens, of the Panama canal, the I
Members which to all appearances: a there would be no way to divert the treme, and for some time men
imratsrat'on: station on Ellis Island between a razor-back bog and a red' was .heard before the house-committee -i I current of the Chagres river which were unable to communicate with persons 1
this afternoon on invitation ol snapper. The curiosity' was caughtby regarding th' engineering prob!I question was overtopping ail other'
; ; for the purpose of trying to liberate
Immigration Commi;sinner Wathcern r PASSED E COURT the crew of the fishing smack lems on the Isthmus today) Mr,'i i engineering;: problems there. This themsekos.
lie told them "unless wages in the & Co.'s fleet. level canal.
Minerva: of Saundera Stevens gave reasons for his;conversion -] river, if turned into a sea :
South are up to the standard of the The fish has long bristles on its from a sea level advocate to lock,i woula1 make it non-navigable, if it d 41;I; In a letter to a friend here Captain ;
North, von cannot expect immigrants I I back, just the same as the razorback 1 canal! enthusiast He said the sea,I!, not destroy it.PITIFUL. 'Malfitano, while in prison, wrote that :
to ?o south. If you did get them the,) I swine; and what makes it mote of a 1 I! the Mexican authorities allowed the
:would not star: because they wou'd curiosity than ever is the fact that it i three boats insuffldenl
Submit crews of the
Secretary Required to 1 Judge Begs Imposes Sentences 1I
hear from ratlves! in the North who I has sharp pointed teeth of a perfect I'
I food, and that the place where the<<
are making caused more surprise money, as the The south statement Plans for Big.Warship i to Congress on a Number of CountyPrisoners. white in with color.the fish Another is that thing it has connected a ; Liuon EALEAS E ll IS THE I. men were confined was filthy and t

erners thought that immigrants h'i"c double mouth-that is, a mouth within : filled with varmints and other, disagreeable
no special destination. Several immigrants Before Pr cceedin a t mouth. One of the mouths jumps) : things.
were interviewed, but none in and out of the other and the one,
would consent to abandon his' desti that projects out is filled with teeth. I Finally Released.
THEPEOPLE STORY T Y TOLDTOJUDGE T l lT After being in prison some time
nation to go south. By Associated Press. THOSE GUILTY OF CARRYING A crowd gathered in front of the ADDRESS E
The following permanent officers :Washington, June 5-The senate, place where the fish was on exhibition under the ill-treatment guard of soldiers insufficient, and receiving
were elected: President T. K. Bru today passed the naval appropriatio-i CONCEALED WEAPONS HEAVILY and great interest was displayed. and
ner, North Cara'ina; Vice bill carrying 103117670. The only An old fisherman stated that it is a food, the crews of the trio of Aineri-
TX' W. Coons, Kentucky; preSident'j amendment was one requiring the FINED AND! JAIL SENTENCE pig fish, but other than that threwno can boats were finally released and :
T J [ placed under the charge bf the American
Treasurer, David Robinson! secretary of the navy to submit plansof ALSO IMPOSED-JUDGE LANEY light on the curiosity. consul in Progresso. It required
Arrangements were made to open a the proposed big warship to congress The fish will in all probability 'be work accomplish th.s:
bureau in New York immediately tc+ before proceeding with its con HANDS OUT LARGE-SIZE FINES photographed and sent to to the strenuous to
I seemingly easy task in this country,
secure desirable; immigrants for the struction.No national museum. .
in Mexico it is different. It was .
south. David Robinson was chosen I doubt the railroad rate bill will TO LAW VIOLATORS. .
to have charge of the bureau and sat be sent back to the conference and Association Declares Belief inTemperance Pathetic Case is Being Considered :.'practically impossible the to secure American an :
the work would begin Immediately. discussion of the conference. report NEGRO HANGED attorney to represent

continued. Several prisoners availed them and EndDrsesObedience b by County Criminal Judge "I toatmen!Senators in Mallory Progresso.of this stale, Morgan : t

BIG CLAIM FOR NATURALIZATION BILL .- serves of the opportunity yesterdayto AT [ERNANDINA t the Law .. of Alabama, and Bailey and Culierson ,
PASSED BY THE HOUSE enter pleas of guilty' .the charges to Beggs of Texas, did magnificent work
against them in the county criminal By Associated Press. I with the aid of Secretary of State
FEES ALLOWEDBy court Those who, desired entered By Associated Press. Ellhu Root, in securing the liberty of '
'Washington, June .The house to !Fernandina, Fla., June 5-Will Wa .Tae National ;
day passed the naturalization bill pleas of guilty, as follows: ters ,a negro, known as "Curtly," (Louisville, June Association, Vhich began TWO WHITE YOUTHS ,4CKNOLI, the boatmen. "
Associated Press. under suspension of the rule,getting Mitchell Johnson, colored, charged convicted of brutally murdering four Liquor: Dealers annual convention here today I: Glad to Be Home.
New York. June 5.-A jury today I I rid of what promised to cause endless with petit larceny, $10 and costs or other negroes, was legally executed issued its an address to.the people of the I EDGE ENTERING WITHOUT I Captain Malfitano and his men
awarded John two months in the county jail Sentence here today. otl from Progresso and were de- :
Delhanty the full tiouble. I United States in which the belief BR'EAKING-ONE HAS NO PAR- sailed.
amount claimed in his suit for forty) I The house also under suspension of suspended pending good behav' its members in temperance is declared I tained' short period by the quarantine -

thousand dollars as counsel fees,I the rules, passes' a. large, number of ior. observance to the law .endorse the ENTS AND THE OTHER PRACTICALLY I Ii i regulations at Galveston. They I
aganist Richard Canfleld. The fees: other bills.FLORIDA Charles 'Costelle. a white man, was SUMMARY OF of societies commended were released Monday night and
assessed $10 and costs work temperance IN THE SAME=: FIX-
or forty-five Galves-
accrued after District Attorney and the statement upheld! boarded the first train out of
.I lerome's raid on the Canfield gam I POSTMASTERSNAMED days in the county ja'l. ,that intoxication be regarded as a ,ABOUT FOURTEEN YEARS OLD. ''ton: for Pensacola, and after a long
bling house in this city. BY ,PRESIDENT, George Green, colored, carrying THE WEATHER crime. 'It says tie prohibitory laws :. I md tiresome ride reached here} last )
concealed weapons, $100 and
letter and I light '
been a dead I
have always ,
;Washington,. June 5.The president and three months in jail, and in default and gooa The boatmen expressed themselves
: sense I II I
with common
IOWANS ENDORSE nominations I of payment of fine' and costs, an The maximum temperature yester- at war Howard Parker and G. T. Castle,
today sent the folowing! I lIt expresses the.belief as being deli'ghted to again be at
at 12 citizenship.
was 85 degrees nooi.
for Florida postmasters.to senate: additional three months in ,prison. arrest duringthe home friends, and stated that
th& the minimum 77 degrees at 5 a. that wines and spirits are a blessirg the two white boys -i among
THE PRESIDENTBy W. 1... Vanduser, KJssimmee W. R.I Jim Hall indecent-and obscene language m.and in themselves. intended by an allwleProvidence I I week on a charge 'of :entering; they never desire to go through anot.her .
O. S. Oakes Fernan- $10 and costs or sixty days in '
O Neal, Orlando; Reed in his of to bring health and happiness I experience similar to that in
Observer summary without breaking into Kress's stole,,
s dina.PRES'T.. .mankind. It declares tha I )lexlco.I .
jail.Howard to
Associated Press Parker and G. T. Castle; en- the weather yesterday readings said low I legitimate manufacture and sale of I entered a plea of guilty'before Criminal Captain Malfitano and his men were
"Barom er are quite I
Creston, Iowa, June 5.- man Hepburn was renominatetf' by ac- CASSATT deferred. of the country, except in California, and one that should be respected. by noon. Sentence was deferred.: rymen; of the Silas P. Stearns' crew
c'aination' the Jake Williams, stealing. 18 monthsin The commander of the named
by eighth district republican and law. smack
valleyarld society
the Mississippi matter
in ,
upper Tie history of the youths no
convention ResolutIons the penitentiary. The evidence is' with all who
today. FAILED TO APPEAR western lake riTion.The pres'sure extremely popular
were adopted endorsing Presi showed that "ttfilliams had served one : over the middle and south At- TAME AND QUIET SESSIONOF II what their crime may :fie is a now him, and his friends throughout
dent's Roosevelt and Iowa's for stealing and on the day of, COMMISSIONERSThe Parker has no father know head
: two members year lantic states has remained high. COUNTY pathetic one. the city will be glad to that
of his cabinet. his release committed the crime for "There have been scattered show- I and his mother, it is stated, shows his band of sailors are at last
Associated Press. which he was sentenced yesterday. meeting of; the county friends and not confined be-
By ers and numerous thunderstorms over regular him little, if any, attention. The CuI gong
Phladelphia,' June Contrary: to C. H. Sheffield! carrying concealed the eastern half of the country, except commissioners last night was devoted hind walls of a filthy Mexican prison.
U., S. COURTS ,TO expectation President Cassatt, of the .weapons, $100 and costs and three in the north Atlantic states. The mainly to a discussion of road affairs I I tIe boy lost his parents during the epidemic The allegation that the American
Pennsylvania railroad, did not appear months in jail In default an addi- weather over the western half of the and the best method to continue im-I which existed here during the boats were poaching violating inernational .
SIT AT MIAMIBy before the Interstate CommerCe Commission tional three months in prison. country, except in Montana and the provements and keeep the roads in past year, : law when seized is denied
today in t investigation of Judge Beggs sustained his reputation Pacific states, has remained fair. goo shape the year around. Parker informed Judge Bfggs that 3y. the menRUSSIAN, 4 .
his railroad. Commissioner Clemens as a terror to "pistol toters. In I "Morning temperatures of 70 degrees President Avery presided with all he had brothers in Mobile and the:
Associated Press. said he was unable to 'say whether every case he not only assessed heavy .and over are reported from the the members Present. Castle boy relatives in Alabama
Washington+ June 5. Under suspension Cassatt would bs required by'the commission fines, but imposed jail sentences as I lower lake region, the Ohio valley After discussing! the road proposition -Judge Be' gs after hearing their statements ; GUARDS
of the rules the !house today to testify. well. The practice of carrying "concealed and the North Atlantic coast. for sometime it was decided to instructed Deputy. Sheriff I
l'ass.ed.the senate bill providing forsitting Tie day's proceedings; brought' out weapons is pernicious' in the "A continuance of partly cloudy continue the work 'of the road to Per-I Sanders to write to the relatives ALMOST MUTINY
i of the United States cir no sensational revelation extreme and the sentence imposed by .. weather, with light to fresh south dido: river, to the point where the I the boys and ascertain if they will i
cult and district courts for the south- Judge Beggs undoubtedly meets, with winds, is indicated for this vicinity I steam ferry .is Joc ted. .It and was Commissioners de--' take care of them and; provide for .
ern district of Florida at Miami, in KILLED BY the approval of all law-abiding citi through Wednesday. c'ded:! to purchasegraders, Stewart. ;hem. The officer was a'so' instructed: By Associated Press
laid district. THREE zens, irrespective of stations in life. Andrews ana'to purchase! to ascertain the standing of:the relatives Mohileff. Russia, June 5.-In many
Municipal Court I named as a committee : of the youths, to see if they are )'aces in this viciniU the rural guarda
LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS BOILER EXPLOSION Just a bunch of twenty, charged passed over to the county authoritIesfor mules for the road .gangs., to' I proper persons to bring them up. who are in sympathy with the peJ -
with violating the laws of land. final disposition. Henry Dawsonfor The petition ofN. Goldring open
ADJOURNED SINE DIE the allowed I Neither Parker nor Castle can be ants are refusing to obey the orders ;
were before Jud'ge Laney in the police assaulting Viola Dawson with a a saloon in Precinct Io, was Welsh a 1: oyer 12 or 14 years of age. Both appeared of their superiors.
By Associated Press ;; court yesterday. Eleven of the accused pistol was soaked to the tune of $50 The bond of John G. as intelligent and brigh .

Memphis June 5.-After four By Associated Press were handed the so-much-and- and costs, while Viola herself was notary public was approved.Mitchell submitted I Ii If no favorable reply Is, received Movement Threatening. ,.
eek's session the seventh biennial ML Sterling Ky.. June 5.-A boiler costs slogan, which means guilty as taxed $25 and costs for trying to i Justice of the which peace was approved.i from the relatives of the boys: it is Tullu, Russia, June 5.-The Agrar- y
contention of'the Brotherhood of Locomotive in the saw mill,of Lawrence & Co., at charged. Four were allowed to go on I brain Henry with an ax. They must his bond transaction of other routine probable that the: latter will be sent Ian movement in Tulu province is :
Engineers atfjurned sine die Frenchburg blew UP' today killing their way rejoicing without either fine have had a lovely time. Just one :\fter the commissioners I to the state reformatory. Judge Beggs E priding and is assuming a threaten
today to meet Columbus, Ohio, two three! men and fatally injuring three or costs being assessed and one dangerous hundred ,and eleven dollars were as business' the- will announce his decision t its week. in; phase. .
sears hence. others. and suspicious character was, sessed. in''fines. and. costs. Journed. '.-..t. -. .. .,-.
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f M-Ine' great dread of the! par Board of Health. The next important
BiJbg and danger attendant tf chairmanship I had at my command I
pea i to Alderman Muldon for the .
I' the most critical period save these .\\%: r t I.>::: '-t: -.- ltlrs.H.LarsonwhowasrundoWQ
same reason, not that I regarded ."' :': 'S- \j'. and whose case baffled the.
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} danger incident to- the ordeal makes its anticipation one of misery. Council, bufl did it.in. the interestof : .- '\\. : health and strength b'J

ltlother's Friend s the only remedy which relieVes women of the greif harmony. How*they" have returnedthe : v( Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey.

pain and danger of maternity; this hour which is dreaded as woman'sseverest compliment j is known,.to the pub AMOLEKA p r- "I lost weight, was tired ana tstkss

trial is not only made painless, but all the danger is avoided lic. I ISM f l [ \ 'f: ;, and no medicine helped me until A took

by its use. Those who use this remedy are no longer despondent or In the tp Council'resolutions meetings of I censure have sub"mitte.d inj, I UIKCimiSl ROW SlItS I 'k-c. .:. c--::..: .'. '. .y-::..: ,. :,<")C'... Duffy's whose heart Pure Malt Is filled Whiskey with," this grauutfi 1 lacy
gloomy ; nervousness, nausea and, other distressing conditions QUAlm \ % t ;
are the interest of harmony; when I had[ 15 CENTS EACH \ S FOB !23 CENTS, ::;: writes.
overcome, the system is made ready for the. coming event, and,the a right to oppose the same. I have' CLUCTT PtMOOY co. ".. 'c-,' .: "7''S :}: Tor, some time I have suffered froa
serious accidents so common to the critical permitted aldermen to incessantly .Win. a f CUilTT. 4'-* UOMC* Sl5Sftburns1hernu Mayor's Charge as to Conversation \ ,. general rundown condition, which baa; '\!

hour are obviated by the use of Mother's violate the rules of the Council, solely % the skill of all my doctors. I lost W igt

Friend. "It is worth its weight! in gold," -M'Olher's in the interest of harmony, for. if ii ;; .With Zelius ,is t' 1 -..' S. rapidly was tired ana listless are 1 -0

says many who have used it. $ .oo would repeatedly call them to order < ; .. medicine helped me until I began to utaDaffy's
3 bottle at per I would be.charged with being vIndictive Denied. .' S) Pure Malt Whiskey I am n w
drug stores. Book containing One ofthe rules reads: ,S on my tenth bottle, and feel better Uua
valuable information of interest to all women, will ."Every alderman, when about to Ba' and alee after eatlnr ) \ I have in a number of years pan i

:- be sent to any address free upon,application to fr-Iend speak; shall rise and reepectfully address j! Stearns' Electric Iii reference to the charge made by %-C ,. ) .. know that I am cured, and I wart to

BRADFIELD REGULATOR 00., Atlanta Oa.I the chair." There are aldermenin Rat and Roach Paste Mayor Bliss regarding Alderman Mui- \ 4 thank you for It."Mrs. H. Larsojjj

the City Council who.have done a rush eat of door for air and don's conversation with Mr. Zelius. .:. Pleasant Ave., Montgomery, Ala., .NOTU .
Invari- water, and quickly die. Po.lUT 1905.Duffy's .
great deal of talking and have IT guaranteedas.uredeath Alderman Muldon asks The Journal MRS. H. LARSON.
ably violated this rule and yet I have to rata mloe,cockroachet. and I to publish for him the following statement -!
passed it by in the interest of harmony all. Yennln.t.Ul tltt.II.It* .box*. h.vU.2ei : I
: THE KIND OF HARMONY Several,'other rules have been t 5gRNrgLzcTRIG Alderman Mvldon's Statement.The I Pure Malt Whiskeybecause
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violated with the same impunity, ast! ._.._.".- CMeU.PUT Ifl..U.S.A.CO statement in the mayor's letter .
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everyone knows who knows anything ,s ....P1WI 11'> _ :! as to to what I said to Mr. Zelius and curative powers and its extraordinarY
:; I MAYOR BLISS DESIRES about the rules, yet I am l lectured for\ is 'an absolute falsehood. I said not record of of cures Its .remarkable covering a heating period of more than fifty years Is prescribed 1.\' '..

: not :being being harmonious. '" I one word about coming over to "our tors and used In over two thousand leadIng known hospitals to medicine.as the greatest.Duffy's mo Pure: :::J1..';:

.- ,. -- /No one is more tired Qf this useless :' side;" or that if he woula' otfy do so fsbfng tonic-stimulant and healtb.buUder cO"J\sumtltton. ,mI>. bronchitis and pneumon It
afad senseless wran'gllng than I am;! "it would be all right. Nor did I mew eoldL the blood.. aids digestion. builds up the nen' t",
his post of duty or resign.In .conformity but that is no fault of mine and I do jL" say that we wera after the "other fel-! stimulates the and heart enriches and fortifies the systE'm against disease gf'nns. It pr'1 -0;,
tones .
up Malt Whiekev
Does Not Want to Drop Controversy to this the Board 'of Public not propose to remedy it by stultify- low." Further than that, I do'not believe :- I life, 'fuselonf'young and the whlskey.that young strong.has Duffy's been Pure recognized a3 a m dltlfl\ -'
Works endeavored to get Mr. Gin ing. .my manhood. and falling in thel that Mr. Zelius ever told the tains, no and Is the only

But Makes Another gles to do one or the other in whichit arms of'lnose who are opposing me.I major that I did.I ThIs is' a gt.1arantee. to R'flt the Remttoe when yOU ask for Duffy's Pore trat!
failed, and then th re'seemed to be did tell Zelius that I d'a1': not & lcarefat In bulk. Look for the tradeBartndSt t.
want to say right here, now to you, t In e-lea bottles cntyj
PropositiDn. nothing left for the board to do but to the people of Pensacola and to the INSPECTORS r[ T AND N Nl believe: that he had been dishonest, U Old ."on the label, and< be sore$ the a seal bottle.over Doctor'the cork advice U unbroken and medi.A !
direct r.oo
i it influence ***(* (lr
to declare the office vacant, which City Council, that I am ready to step but that he was entirely under the reliable booklet druggists free. DuSy Malt Wbljkey Co.,Rochester H.Y.
did. Later the council instructed the down and out of the office the very of the mayor who was really I cal

Board of Public Works to reinstateMr. moment that the majority of the citizens th:! whole board of works. die denied I THE LEWIS BEAR COMPANY, Distributers.
SAYS HE IS WILLING TO GO INTOA Gingles.. which order was also that and there was really nothing else
want me to, and I will say to you I

SPECIAL ELECTION WITH carried the out.people But did the not administrationand want Mr. Gin- further same thing that, and Mr. Zeliua I think wl'l that do there the CLERKS l[ K ARENAMED R [ ought to the to know conversation.that I assail The him mayor open- = 1

gles and the board dismissed to do
THE COUNCIL TO ASCERTAIN consequently are two or three councilmen who can ly whevetf have. so. ANNUAL DIVIDENDS
him on charges of incompe-- So far as resigning is concerned, I
be put in the same category. If it is I
WHAT OFFICIALS THE PEOPLE tency and insuborQ na.tion. When entirely agreeable to going before
complaint of this was made by )Ir. necessary willing to bear to stop this wrangling of the expense I am the people' andletting them/say who I cannot be lost and they may be used to :
WANT TO RESIGN. Gingles: to the council, Alderman my part N [ they want in their city government. If
provided the other officers will the
Reilly moved for an investigationand they do not want me, that,is-:a mat-reduce the each if the insuredso
same, and hold an'election !n which, I. premiums year .
Alderman Muldon had the motion -. ter for them to determine and their. .
the of shall decile
voters this
Editor Pensacola Journal: changed to include an "Investlga" who they want to resign and ,who they I decision will be eminently satisfac-j chooses. A life :or Endowment Policy with I
L tion of the Board of Public Works, tcry to me whatever: it may be..
I note :jour reference to the Mayor, do not want to resign. If I am not in,
Finance The Democratic
by the Committee. Officials for Primary j
i Board of Public Works and Council, vestigation occupied several weeks harmony with the majority of the CHILDREN'S DAY ATFINt annual dividends in the Union Central Life

in your double column editorial of and to be veritable "mare's voters in Penaacola, the sooner I step! .
proved a June 12 by Executive ( *,..REN SCHOOL
Sunday, and as this is not the first nest," whereupon it is alleged tha down and out the better it will be for Designated is the most satisfactory.
time that The Journal has sought to the city and the better it will be for
member of the
or esti-
a committee Wardville, June 5. A crowd
advise me I do not think it alto me, and the same may be said of Mr. Committee.The .
endeavored to secure the mated between four and five hundred B. S. WILLIAMS General Agent.
gether inappropriate for me to take resignation of Chairman ZeBus byvery Zelius. We are ,both ready and willing attendee the Children's Day excretes ,

some notice of the matter. improper methods. Falling to to resign the very moment: we at tha 'Tine Barren Sunday Thiesen Building. Phone 608"Everybody .
t Of course everybody of ordinary! intelligence do this the committee recommend1td learn that the majority of the people county Democratic Executive
school and the event was a grand
knows that a. public official that his resignation be requested, desire it. but we do not propose to be Committee held) a meeting at the success. The program consisted ..)ft- .
U' not any more responsible to a; browbeaten and Insulted and hare court house last night with Chairman '
and this was voted for in the counciL
about 40 numbers all of which were
newspaper than it is to an individual, if there rassed Into resigning by the few politicians Reilly presiding and Secretary A. H.
is in
Now, anything wrong well rendered.: Among the speakers! Works But Father"Even
for newspapers voice the sentiments. who have opposed this administration D'Alemberte, and more than a quo
this it
I all certainly: is not the fault of were Sheriff Van Pelt, Scott M. Lof-
of those who control them and hence rum present.
r from the startI
the mayor or Chairman Zelius.It tin J. Ed. "Williams.
are as apt to be right or wrong ag an i I As Is well know the session was
ordinary individual. But newspapers I Is true that The Journal had have advocated nothing at any held for the purpose of naming officials he is beginning to sit up and take notice since we installed.jhosefans /
previously called for the resignationof t me but what I considered for the Death of Tom Neely in Mobile.
influence with certain election
have for the second primary
: a vast !
classes of people and hence may be Mr. Zelius and that Mr. Zelius did best interests of the city, and I have which will take place Tuesday June I Geo. Neely ana daughter will leave lights and bells.

considered to some extent as havinga I I not resfgn. Mr. Zelius did not bow been very diligent in endeavoring to 12, 1906. The same rules and regulations this morning for Mobile to attend the

public character which is either! to the dictation of The Journal, as give the people of Pensacola a good governing the first primary: will funeral of his brother Tom Neely who PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPAYPhone \

_ beneficial or detrimental, as the case he did not know it officially, and administration, notwithstanding the prevail in the second. died there jjesterday.
may be. neither did he resign at the request I haggling and ,annoyance that has been I I The official! to' be nominated are .' 570.
To begin with I wish to distinctly of the Council; nor would any other I thrown around me 'from the start. If I two candidates for the legislature and I II Ca'JUiimals BlnghT
disclaim any of the responsibility for right-thinking man resign under such the people of this city are tired of my, a candidate for county commissioner It is hard to tell whether animals

! the present discord, and I also wish circumstances when he was guilty of administration ,and think that somebody I from precinct. I blush, for their faces are covered so.
nothing. To resign under such circumstances else. would serve them better. I 'S >
to do the same for Chairman Zelias For the legislature there are three thickly with fur or hair or feathers ..
pf the Board of (Public Works. How- would, to the minds of will thank them to let'trie know the contestants, Charles !f. Coston, who <
what ,
iver distasteful and detrimental the most people, be an acknowledgementthat fact and I will immediately! feet out of lacked but sine-votes of having a majority -I that we do not kno\v may i You Will Find
barefaced i
Were as -
beneath. they .w-
discord of which you complain may something :was wrong with the the way. over five opponents in the inlial ., going on ( << {
be, neither of us are in any way responsible chairman of the (Board of Public Respectfully, primary; M. 0. Baggett and Mitch rJacobr. as man it la more thaa likely we j i .
j for It. The entire trouble Works and that the Council was rightin OHAS.' H. mrs H. C. Clopton and John A.' should see them blushr especially.the,i ; Successful Pbiiltrymen

has grown out of the Glngles matter demanding the resignation.It Mayor. Wiggins are the aspirants for the more bashful sort and those with some : .

and if you will only atop to think a was stated on the floor of the commissionership in the precinct sense of shame. It is a fact that the 1 j < ;1I$ continually looking after the

minute you will know that It was the Council at the last meeting that all G. B. Burnhans Testifies After Four named. faces of vultures flush and several of '! < A

Council that took the Initiative and that was desired by the Finance Committee Years. The executive committee will con- the monkeys become purple with ragp,:j health of! their flock. They

passed a resolution to the effect that was harmony, and It was : vene Friday June 15 to tabulate the which may be considered as a kind of j w'.
Mr. Gingles should either return to thought that if Chairman Zelius would G. B. }J Burhans! of, Carlisle Center\ returns and officially announcee the blushing. Tbjs. may be proved any i & : ; keep on hand constantly a sup

4 resign that everything would be har N. Y., writes"About four years result. day In ther, 'onkey bouse,In the London -,I c
monious. What does this mean? Stop a'go I wrote you stating that I had Inspectors and Clerks. zoological gardens, where the baboons 'S.dEb-- ply of

The Handy Doctorin Your and think a minute. It means a great been entirely cured of a severe kid 'Inspectors and Clerks appointed by seem to fly into a passion on the CONKEYS1 ROUP CURE
trouble by taking less than two
Vest Pocket deal more than appears on the surface ney the Democratic Executive commltee smallest provocation.-London Mail.

to the average citizen. It means bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure. It of Escembia County, Fla., to serve in because it prevents and cures colds and canker as
stopped the' brick dust roup
entirely sediment
that with Chairman ZeBus out of the the Primary Election to be held June :
the Council could select and pain and symptoms of kidney THE POST DISCOVERY.A fowls drink. Good for and
T7TS a thin, round-cornered little way any man 12th, 19o are as follows: -. long as can see to turkeys
it might choose and that the administration disease disappeared. I am glad Precinct No. 1.-J. W. Cherry. Will -
Enamel Box- would be 'powerless to do any to say that I have never had a returnof 'Rich, John Henderson, Inspectors; Revelation in Human Food.i i pigeons.

When carried In your vest pock thing except In conformity to the opposition any of those symptoms during the I Victor Gc-ldbaeh Clerk. Previous to the discovery of the
It means Health-Insurance. that has manifested itself four years that have elapsed and I am Precinct No. 2.-Floyd Athey H. C. Post process of changing the starchy Cor. Garden F. Q ffltLLtN I & Pfi PHO
evidently cured to stay cured. and A. part of Wheat and Barley into a form and Alcanlr O. UU. 334
:: I It contains Six Candy Tableb of pleasant from the start. I. 'Miller, J. F. Helton. Inspectors; J.
heartily recommend FDley's Kidney of !sugar many people suffered from
Mr. Zelius told me, and I believe White, Clerk. b <
taste,almost as as Chocolate. '
pleasant Cure to any one suffering from kid: Precinct No. 3.-E. G. Brewton, W. what is known as starch indigestion.That .
him be of
Each tablet is a working dose of Ca> veracity to and a honor man above unimpeached suspicion, ney or bladder trouble. For sale by W. Fell, W. W. Kirksey Inspectors; was shown by gas and all -

carets, which acts. like! Exercise on the that after the Council had passed the W. A. TJfAtemberte, druggist and George A. Morrill, Clerk. scrts "of stomach and bowel trouble, HOTELS AND : SUMMER RESORTS. '
.apothecary. Raines, E.- (sometimes 'ending, in appendicitis)
Bowels and Liver. request for him to resign, that Alder- Precinct No. 4J. H. I
brought: on by the undigested starchin
It will not purge sicken, nor upset the man Muldon walked up to him and Padgett J. P. Landgreen, Inspectors; !
C P. Gonzalez Clerk. wheat, oats, white bread, cake, "A "
Etomach slapped him on the back and told him LAND OF DELIGHT.
(Precinct! No. 5.-A H Bailey, Win. pu doings, etc, etc.
that he
(Muldon believed Zelius
he ( )
Because it is not a "Bile-driver/1 Ilka White J J. Shelby, Inspectors; Louis Nature ultimately punishes anyone
was a good fellow, and that he meant
Salts Calomel, Senna, nor Clerk. who continually takes some medicineor '
Sodium Jalap Frater,
Waters. well and he wanted" him to come over Precinct No. 6. S. R. Tate T. J. drug to smooth over or nullify bad THE BEAUTIFUL SAPPHIRE COUNTRYELEVATION
,Aperient "our side; that If he would only
the The safe
conditions of body. only
'Neither is it Jib Castor Oil Glycerine, do that he would be "all right." Mini Davidson O E. Jennings R. M., Clerk.Fleming Inspectors; way to cure such is to correct or remove -

or other Oily! Laxatives that simply lubricate don further told him that it was not Precinct No. 7.-W. N. Williams, B. the cause. Therefore it was FROM 2,250 TO 5,000 FEET.
the Intestines for transit of the food stopped him that they were after so much as I IH Hastings, Thos. Rutherford, In- plain to Mr. Post, in working out his
the "other fellow." If that be a fact Goregous Mountain Scenery, three magnificent lakes, countless
that who sliow
Clerk.: discovery, people some
up In them at that particular tlma. 1 and: I am the "other fellQw," why spectors Precinct; W.No.E.8.-Henry Tucker Chalker, A. weakness in digesting the starchy beautiful waterfalls, pure and,bracing air; trout fishing in strearr..

I don't they come out in the open and I /A/ C Flllingim, A. H. Odom, Inspectors; part of food, (which is much the largest and lakes, boating, bathing, horse back riding driving, mountain,
,The chief cause of Constipation and I say so? I do not want the Council to I George Gibson, Clerk. part of all we eat) must be help- climbing and all indoor amusements.;

Indigestion 1 is a-weakness of the Muscles 1 be batting some other person in order!' Precinct No. 9.-J. T. Fillingim, H. ed by having the starch digested or FIVE CHARM ING HOTELS.
; to !et a lick! at me. If I have done transformed before being eaten. :And TOXAWAY INN Lake FAIRFIELD Lake Fa-
Bowels. H. Gray J. B. Huggins, Inspectors; Toxaway, INN
that contract the Intestines 'wrong, let them take me to task anl P M. Pritchett, Clerk. of: course the safest and truest way to now open. I H. AIKEN, Man. field. opens July 1. W. H. & C,
Cascarets are practically to the Bowel not Jump on some Innocent party. I Precinct No. 10.-Rube Henderson, do this would be to imitate nature ager. Special rates during June. A. MARTIN Managers.

Muscles what a Massage and Cold Bath am able to' carry my own' burdens and i' W. T. GodwIn Ben. F. Bryars, Inspectors I andavoid all chemicals or outsia'e Unnatural SAPPHIRE INN, Lake Sapphire. ,

are to the Athletic Muscles. fight my own battles, officially. ;' Surges Bryars, Clerk. things. The body digests the THE FRANKLIN. Brevard, opens now open. MRS. P. CRISP, Man

t!& They atimulate the Bowel Muscles to :Recently. The"Journal asked some Precinct No. 11.-B. M. Bryars, starchy food by the following pro- I I July 1. A. LAMBORN_ Manager.; ager.
very pointed questions, regarding a Richard Edalngs, J. W. OTarrell In- cess: first the moisture or juices of
); contract! expand and squeeze the Digestive certain news-bureau, which seems to srectors; B. H. Bryars, Clerk. the mouth and stomach, then warmth THc LODGE, Summit, of Mt. Toxaway, now open. MRS. A. BUR,

Juices out of food eaten. have had ,a: very salutory effect, and Precinct No. 12.-R. P. Reese, H, or mild heat, which grows or develops DICK, Manager.

I % Cascarets do this naturally, without in like connection I desire to ask a few K. Davis, J. G. Yniestra Inspectors; dstaste: from the grain. Time ts The hotels are modern, and :.are noted for perfect service.. ..Addresseither'hotel

purging or discomfort. questions-just plain, simple questionsthat There are no A. N. Knowles, Clerk. also an important element and when for rates -

They don't help the Bowels and Liver In can' be easily answered. Why ''Precinct No. 13.-O. E. White, W. all work together and the human or- For descriptive booklet and. general information address
does The Pensacola Journal and certaIn B. Strickland, J. C. Porter Inspec- gans operate propery the starch is! JOHN C. BURROWES, Pres..
tuch a way as to make them -lean -upon Councilman demand the resignation flues clean tors; J.G. Oliver, Clerk sowly turned into a form of sugar, as rhe Toxaway Hotel Co-

trtiilar! assistance for the future. of Mr. Zelius? Mr. Zelius has to or 'Precinct No. 14. F. E. Brawner, it must be before the blood wijl absorb Special rates at Toxaway Inn during June. Lake Toxaway, N. c.

This is why, with Cascarets the dose I done nothing criminal and nothing Jcs. Brown, D. B. Reed, Inspectors; it and carry the needed :energy The lake region of the South. _ _....;
be lessened each succeeding time for which the public reproaches him.I ; Abe Daniels. Clerk. to different parts of the body. Of ,..
_ may
.' in Caro F. E 'course if the body fails to do its
Instead of increased, as It must be with all If there -be any odium in regard to clog an Precinct No. 15.-I. S. work perfectly trouble sets in. -.
F.1.. Inspectors; - -- -
other Cathartics and Laxatives. the present are unpleasantness desired. why not and call resignations Joe Commyns V. Reira, Clerk.Whiting. So in the making of the famous ............,.........-..........;........._._.... ............ .. .. .....v.- A...' .............. ,

C for the resignations of those who, are Precinct No. 16.-B. P. Williams, :C.: ,|3ood Orape-Nuts moisture, warmth :

-I Cascarets act like exercise. responsible for it? !Why call for the AUTOMATICRefrigerator B Faircloth, James Hubbird, Inspec- and time are the only things used to < FLY AND MOSQUITO SCREENS.
resignation of an innocent man? tors; H. H. Bachar, Clerk. turn starch into sugar, thus imitating
If carried in your\ vest pocket, (or carried nature human food
Precinct No. 17.-W. H. Kilbee H. and keeping the
Is of all this
What the reason persistent I
tn My Lady's Purse.) and eaten Just when effort to put Mr. Gingles back A. Suggs, Sidney Clopton Inspectors; in original purity, free from outside :, ; Put in your own. We have ccmmon size in stock.

you,suspect you need one you will never into office? The administration does J L. Hoyt, Clerk. things and just as Mother Nature;;intends >

know a sick day from the ordinary Ills of life. not want him and 90: per cent "of the Precinct No. 18.-J. A. Williams, W. it shall ..be kept.fQ; advantageous Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO. >
J. Brewton. H. T. Enterkln, Inspectors use by her childrfn' Tie; food >
_ .Because, these Ills begin in the Bowels, people are openly opposed to him this is ; R. J. BOwman Clerk. is fully cooked. !:,the factories, and is 't/'N..Mv.N..AN being reinstated. .Then why all this Surely -
and the for aO other diseases. a point
pave way extremely persistent effort to get him Precinct, No. 19.-W. B. Miller, F. crisp and delicious with' ca little thick !
"Vest Pocket" box 10 cents. M. Wood, J. p. Dawson, Inspectors; cream poured over, ,
back Into office? There.must be some -
t' .Be sure you get the genuine made only! reason for It, which reason Is not the one 'ought1 bear in A. J. Fillingim, Clerk. It,can be softened ,fog people with
'Precinct W. McCurdyMai. ,, weak teeth, but is most valuable to
|y the Sterling Remedy Company,and never little salary of one hundred ($100.00) Martin, Jr.,20.-0.W. M. McCurdy, Jr.. others when it must be energetically It-Will Cost More Next YearTo iI i
old in bulk. tablet stamped"CCC." dollars a month. There is something I i
Every ,
-, """" -- back of that. Will The Journal mind and' there are a Inspectors; Mark McCurdy, Clerk. chewed thus bringing down the saliva build a .hoUse than it wiH cost this year. If you f-n
(Precinct No. 21.-Preston Pierce,, from the gums to go to the stomach template building J wouldn't wait another danut g-
kindly tell. what that
.FREE TO OUR READERS us somethingis M. E. Henderson, R. I. Bradley, Inspectors .o and help digest the entire meal, right: at it now. The demand for material is increas.r; I
_ ? The public would like to know.
dozen others. ; C. R. Vaughn, Clerk. besides the use of the teeth strengthens tWe furnish everything for the entire building and raD I
It ias b#e. arruf to mail free a When I was elected Mayor Alder Precinct No. 22.-Clyde McDavid,,, and preserves them. Nature save you money. Framing $16.00 Siding $10 10 F. I

- fc aafiful trimket little French-designed box, Aard-uameled GOiDPH.TED in- man Reilly gave me his hand and ,W. F. Brown B. C. Jernigan Inspec. blesses the parts of the body that are Flooring $15 up; Shingles Jl.75 to up.J3.25: Paint $1 .,. *-

pretty colors, a handsome orDtment. promised to do-everything possible to tors; W. H. Mayo, Clerk. used and not abused. Grape-Nuts -gallon.! Low pr.ces on hardware, brick, lime and', I;
1 most liberal offer ever made, and we male my administration ar suc<:ess. In Precinct No 23.-H. D. Barrow. W. food brings..peace,.health and comfort ment.Saunders. I
_. cents want la every stamps reader Is asked to bare as a one.measure Ten appreciation of that promise and in B. GERSONP&VS4C014 C. Kelly, R. J. Seymore Inspectors;: when people are in despair from anj;

!1I of good faith and to cover cost ot Cas- the Interest 'of. harmony I gave to Alderman H. C. Klllam Clerk one of the alls resulting from. undigested !
__: _,l N loaded.Carets wit which ti dainty touch Reijy" the'most Important-of: ', FRANK RETLLY, food. Mill Company

_ Send today be care to mention this fice at my command that of Chair COL4eflA.. Chairman of Dem. Ex. Com. (Read: the little book "The Road to
_ paper. and write your address plainly I man of the Finance Committee. I A. H. D'AUEMBERTE. Wellville." found in 1'-s. Phone 717. 21 East Garden Street. I

_ Cbfca.co Address. or Sterling New xozkc. Remedy. Company 731 also -gave "him an appointment .on the I Secty. of Com. There's. a reason." '- n .

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. ORWithout 200:pair. 'of Men's Fine, Worsted and Gassimere. Trousers, J, I if 'j:

I [EDITOR IN'J ExcursionFriday IN REPUBLIC[r -worth.. "-- regular $3.50, $4 and $t1,*f r'$279." .. ._, :, -1,1 I,; :r:

We have,received in :the last few days an elegant line 'f 'tfr

Night, June 8th of Men's Shirts from the best Shirt'manufacturers in ii' ;

Our Stein'Bloch sacks J JA I -! :, ...BENEFIT..., OFPANAMA rl the UiJ.ited'Sfates. See our big south show window ; -r.-. :' ;

for'styles. You will benefit :
yourself by buying your ,1 : \
for summer Christ Church Guild Shirts from us, for there is ,real ,Shirt comfort In the ; J 1 :

) can be for worn all either Judge '. ,Gives Him Sentence on United States.May Have to Stepin kind we sell. When you' buy Half Hose you had best f .IJf I !

way for trousers'belts Charge of Contempt Steamer Columbiawill and Take ..Over Country to buy them from a specialist, for' it' takes years of experience : ., ?

are looped :, to learn how to judge the in '
and of the coats : 'Court. ; leave. Palafox Wharf at Forestall Other-Nations. : quality this line. ,
many ,: ," 5,30 o'clock: "'and returning _- "Our buyer has had over twenty"years' experience in 'I'fi'j}
half lined l leaving '&; ,
are /- I I .. ., t 11
I reach city at 9AS, J buying and, selling these. goods, and we believe is an
summer fabrics ULur.jndianapoil, : ., '' ,there js.an editor "There is no disguisn1| | the ;fact I : ',
in,, }Jaii wljo- has- ; o -reason: to be Fare, children 25 centsj, that Jher -J .g ingo besofiie:: troublein expert. Our stock ,the ."complete to be found ,j JL

only between stray otherwise than proud of his incarceration adults 35 cents.Refreshments. Panama between the twp factions,I in the city, comprising ,all the season's: latest. novelties ; 1" lLr

breezes and yourself ; a\i'd a judge, is out .i ot jail the one which is in office and.,their llas
served on as \v staples. Styles ranging In price from
who would be locked up for the rest followers, and the one which ,is -out 1. W
earlythey'regoing of his natural ]life if he were tried board boat of office' and wants to get In and Us' 10 cents to $1.00 per pair. !

fast. Your size before the : tribunal of Him who followers," said ManuelPiedra Del-' ; f1'\ :

fit. said: 'ISuffer little children to come gado, who has just arrived from the' WATSON PARKER CO. .
means '
your unto Me, and forbid them not, for of Ice Cream Festival free and independent Republic of .nEESE
Come try on one of such is the kingdom of heaven." Panama, to a representative of; 'The Successors to Green 4 fl! ;
New Orleans States. .
...A N D.... <
the styles. Fred L. Purdy of the Indianapolis I
new 1 don't know when the. trouble will!] --- -J IJ ,,
.sun is the prisoner, and his crime iJ come, but come it will, for the two -.tAN
the criticism of one Judge Alford.A DANCEto factions realize that while 15cIe Sam .
well-known citizen of Indianapoliswas as, backer there is always going to be ODD BIRD. THE JAW AND THE TEETH.
$15.00 to $25.00 charged with an awful crime be given at the plenty of money for office holders to [ .1nI
against a tiny girl in short clothes. spend and the office holding business: The Kiwi of few ZeIandflas Some What Mar Happen If We .. [
When the accused was brought face C. K. of A. Hall, Thursday, is by far the most lucrative in Panama Remarkable' Peculiarities. Using Soft Foods. -
to face with big victim before Chiefof as it is in all the other Central That queer bird, the kiwi, is a nativeof The teeth are really appendages
Polce: Metzger. he interrupted the Jnne, 1906.for American governments."As New Zealand. Its remarkable peculiarities the skin and not of the skeleton, I ,
child's story to call her the vilest tha benefit of St. Michael's church.I a fact I would not doubt the are'first the .apparent absence people generally believe. 'The jaw ,
sw statement I have heard that there '
and most indecent name man can apply I of wings, a's the plumage so' formed In accordance with the: necessIty I ..
ADMISSION! 25 CENTS. also] an understandng: between the officials :
i ;
to It in the officeof I
woman. wa3 covers the small, rudimentary, sticklike for providing a hold for the t ththat
Zone with T
MUSIC BY BARRIOS of the Canal those I 1 ; ,
the chief of police, and the 'girl wasunder
ORCHESTRAl I is if there teeth
of the Panama governnieniiereby, appendage of awing,that none were M to come
his protection. With that nat- I whatever is The situation ,the jaw would differently :
it already planned! that ths "zone" grow ,
ural indignation which would : I
arouse shall absdrb the republic?and all the I of the nostrils at the bill's extremityis would not,have'its present shape.
man, Chief Melzger slapped the THE
MORPH NA-OURA villifier of the child'across his filthy I present officials of the republic are I a second peculiar feature. While jaw is not an independent part, as I .J J
to be made officials of the "zone." hunting for earthworms it probes the would like to be; it has to form
4 $2.00 PER BOTTL 14 mouth. Subsequently the chief and Till Tribe Holds the Re .rd ai Bad I I "
i.hI.be rem.ci!toi*h Cure of Drug Habits o tO kndL the 'little victim had "I saw so many things'in)} Panamato soft ground, making a' continual snuffing to accommodate tenants with which.strictly ;
the satisfaction
; at$2 bottl. poor Indlani. I
S pos-pid pet Motphmt-Cun is preptredfartypodwimicMinttfiHluM. this\ impressionihat I ,
justify can-
sound. Thus the scent is'evldently speaking, it has no ties of kindred.
Delta Cham. of convicting the brute and
Scarcely a tribe of our American Indians 1
not it aside. Ther not be
put may of great help"In finding food-and the -
Sale punishing him. .
For in Pensacola
By but what have engraved their record anything in it but I shall not be convinced ;! "-
W. H. WHITE &. CO., Druggist But this Judge Alford took it into of crime reason for-the position of the nostrils The use Of'soft foods decreases l' : '
infamy high onhistory's there is not until after the .
up c
his head that the chief of police] quite apparent. :size of the teeth and they will ultimately j i
wall, yet. above them all is the noisy election trouble has; become a
should be 'punished for what he dignified I 'I A third peculiarity the verydispro- disappear, unless] we \ :
Apaches'. .. thing of th'e far-forgotten past. '
: as "an assault" upon the calum- portionate size of the egg in-compari more use of them. : :
Wife Barber From 1540 to 1853 New and "While I am a citizen of Columbia I
Shop nator: of an outraged and friendless Mexico carried Spain I have lived much of my life in Pan-'! son to the bird, it being a little less As there does not seem to be 'li
girl. He insisted that a grand jury I. on a so. called warfare ama anal" I know whereof' I speak. Of| than one-fourth the, bird's oWu'w ight. likelihood of a change in our habits : ,
Thp white barbers, formerly of 3'') should indict Metzger, and the jurors with these people. The Apaches were course all Americans know",that it was': One kiwi's egg found weighed] fourteen I we must expect to lose them in'course
S Paafox'! St., are now ]located at No. said that they would see him in vastly outnumbered by the Mexican to get control of the money which i, and one-half ounces, while the I of time. Then the jaw will I ,:
.. E. Government St., next to Western Hackensack first He continued the soldiery, but what they lacked in numbers the United States paid for the canal bird weighed just under four pounds I probably another shape. Further, the I :
T'mon. coercion from the bench, removing: was more than made up in courage that the Republic of Panama was set (sixty-four ounces), and was about the gums might disappear, for there I.
grand jurors who resisted, and ap- and craftiness. The Apache ever up.And I can tell :you a secret just Ii size of an ordinary,hen. I be no use for them after the disappearance ;
ponted! others in their.stead until the bad a thorough contempt for the Mexican here that will probably be of morel The plumage of the kiwi is a dull of the teeth. I I '
COTTRELL, matter attracted the attention of he soldier and in later years, when {than local interest. The man !
brown streaked with light gray, and The loss of the teeth makes the lips
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. whole state. ? they were fighting with firearms as planned this republic and which I the body resembles miniature hay fall in, and brings us near to the Punch Ii
Then Editor Purdy: took dignified perhaps profited most largely by I
Pensacola Fla. well as arrows, they would not it'l
of what widespread waste shock, rather badly] hacked off at the form of face! We find It impossible to ,
notice matter
of -
was a was that astute lawyer Cromwell. H?:
-- cartridges on the Mexicans, but would' nature has not provided sounds, such t d sh ch.
public interest in the following made millions out of the deal and is I rear part, as pronounce as ,
WATCHES AND CUT GLASS editorial: kill them with arrows, spears and still drawing a very fine proportionof the kiwi with such decoration as a tail. The change of face, s* to say, will certainly I
Something Swell in Gold Jewelry. "If a decent newspaper could safely stones, saving their cartridges for other the revenue of the 'Panama Republic -1 The absence of wings is compensatedfor lead to a modification of the :

W. A. Gahlenbsck, 218 S. Palafox! St. soil its columns with an account of the* and more worthy foes. and because of this fact the jealousy by its swiftness of foot, and the tongue, and this in turn to the inability !
details of the scene and the language| When this southwest region became has arose in tle breasts of the large, clumsy looking legs, which are to pronounce other sounds.
TURTON & BELL which infuriated Ohief Metzger to the r a part of the United States the Apacheswere "outs" who are more thaifc ever anxious sometimes used as weapons, are placed] ; ,
point of striking the despoiler of a lit-[ a serious problem with which we to get "in." They recognize the far back on the oddly shaped body.St. .- Atonic Dyspepsia. ;
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. tie girl there would be no further'' had to contend. Our government vacillated fact tnat.the whole game is one of graft Nicholas. '. The ultimate cause of atonic dyspepsia ;
Kodak Supplier Flnishinj for Amateurs. effort on the part of Judge Alford to between a simpering peace policy and they feel that tjiegraft is being is constitutional depression. It

force a grand jury to Indct: the chief. and the other extreme, their extermlnaf selfishly; divided up among the favored That Wa AIL may be due to overwork, and especially I ;
R, K. WHITE, I IWllthmak There is not a man_.in. .". Indianapolis I few and that: in JUtlpp to a number A young girl who is always trying to prolonged worry. Sometimes the '
r. Manufacturing Jeweler. and Graduate I {worthy the name but would] have I tlon.Their zone of wandering being inter of others who happen have just_ some new ,tiling :was present once dyspepsia is the first manifestation of J
Optician.\ 30 S. Paiafax Street Pensaeola.I Fla.Tersely struck the foul mouth'of the man who sected by the international boundaryline as much property and .influence, iu when the doctor set a neighbor's bro- tubercular poisoning. Again, there
stigmatized ,the little victim before : the republic they smoul| have justas
I poof further complicated matters.They ken arm. She was sure that she knew seems to be an inherent failure] of the
him with\ the..vilest epithet one much percentage as come of those
would raid down'into : exactly how It was done and rather digestive Once established
; Mexico and then organs.
itidThe can call a woman.It is -a miserable now reaping the rewardof political
effort to bolster a 'cause! that must rush back with the plunder to our side chicanery."Yes. anxious to put her new knowledge into dyspepsia is, in turn, the cause of loss Ii"j'
talk about' constitutional}' rights for I]1 of the line, out of reach of the pursuing Cromwell is at the bottom practice. Some time later a hen out of strength, of mental inertia ;and visceral
I. soldiers. Next t lof the trouble of in the chicken yard broke its leg. The weakness. Some degree of simple
Board of Safety will meet iaiMlar the sake of of a brute who :got jus) it would be a raid on and all the astute I
sess'on': this! evening at the what he deserved" and -which 'Metzger the Arizona side and a flight Into the diplomats who ever fixed up a deal girl directly announced that she meantto anaemia is almost inevitable. The f

,.t\ hall at 7:30: o'clock. gave him without .permission from the wild mountains of Sonora.: The Mexi- since the beginning of time, I take, '.set it "and make It as good as I exciting cause may be an illness of any j :
'constitution.". can government attempted% to assist my hat off to him. But while everything new." Accordingly it was'put into a kind, the excessive use of tea, coffee i
II en Needham: left last night for For this Editor Purdy has been sen- their miserable army by gfTiDg"a scalp I has gone so smoothly so far I plaster cast and left fo 'the proper or other beverages, the lack of proper
New York, from where he sails for tenced to 30 days in jail by this Judge bounty, and for years they paid out with his little game, I do,not see how I length of time to knit. When the day food, some error in habits of eating I'
Panama to take a position in the government Alford, and, is now serving his sen their gold coin for Apache scalps. he can very much longer defer, the I came to take off the cast the girl ran Often it Is not discoverable. : {
S3rvice. day of reckoning. And when that II ?
tence. out to the henhouse In great eagernessto I
Scalp hunting became a recognized In-
day comes, the United States will
Benevolent Society There isn't in the
The Ladies' a there
newspaper wasa
the result. Presently
dustry. The horror of this was that to in see To Keep Awake In Church.
have to step and take ,a hanu,
*ili hold the last meeting of the yeaus / world that wouldn't be edited from that brought member
the Mexican official all scalps looked otherwise some other nation will. As i scream : every- A minister once told me a good way
; afternoon at 5 o'clock, and request jail during the greater part of its chicken
alike whether from the been of the family to her side. : to awake in church when inclined
every: member to be present. whole existence if men like AKordwere the head of a hostile -I canal has now begun byj I the I keep
possible the bench in or a friendly Indian. The price Uncle Sam there will probably be no| was jumping miserably over ground to be drowsy. The way was this!:; : Lift
Judge E. D. Beggs will leave todayfor but the rarest on instances. any was $100 for a man, $50 for a woman other course open to him but that of] .sidewise instead of directly forward. one foot a little way; from the floor.and
Quitman and Bristol on legal bus- enlarging his domain either side I You know a hen's, leg has a crook.
Indianapolis has done part of her and $25 for a child. It is small wonder on hold it there. It is impossible to go to
il't'ss. He expects to be absent a My by defeating him for reelectionbut that the tribe sank deeper into savagery I of the transcontinental' ditch. And Well she had crooked it the wrong sleep when your foot is poised in the :

\\'t't'k. it will never be an ideal community than ever when we stop to! think then Mr. Cromwell will find a very way. that was all. i i air. This remedy, though simple 13

There is nothing owing in the sew- until it makes it plain to this jurist that the men knew there was a price considerable source of his revenue I very effectual and never fails ,to keepa
fi bid lines. The Board of Bond that acts like this are characteristic set on the scalps of their wives and cut off. which according to my way of t person awake.-National ra azlne. I
thinking, him right
Trustees is still figuring End working of men who are away from their children, and there was a horde of Great Britain' Rainfall.Qninfall I
over) the figures submtted by the con- p'roper residence, as long as they are human fiends, white in color but more I Tree. That Form IMascs. is a condition which baa I Because It Was True. i ;

tractors. out of the cells to which Editor Pur- savage than the savage himself, who I I In the course of great rivers, islands much to do with our health. A wet disI'I' City Editor (to reporter-Look) here,

The infant Of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sheppard condemned dy has been in such so fortunate as to be were hunting them as they would a I are generally formed by the stranding I trict with a good deal of subsoil what do you mean by writing, "Among j
of Perdido, was christened Win- a case. cougar of the mountains. S. ,Curtis of trees shrubs plants and such things making houses* damp, is a locality in the prettiest girls at the dance was i,
;fr..d flh'.o1ps last Sunday.' Georse in Scribner's. brought down by the current. In the I which rheumatism and consumption I j Lieutenant Rogers?" The lieutenant
{'D n id'isthG d-rath-er and Mrs. KNIFE'D.'! i| Mackenzie river of Canada the whole are likely to prevail. Over England i t I is a man, I believe. Reporter Cubb |
J E. Cope the Godmother.City -. I I Gene From Shellfish. process of island making in this way can and Wales' the averageyearly! rainfall Yes I understand that; but yon see he j

Tax Collector Whiting is bus- Coffee Knifed An Old Soldier.An I J Everybody ia the whole civilized ] be easily observed. Trees borne down is about thirty-four'inches, in Scotland j! spent the greater part of the 'evening II j
1N engaged in collecting taxes. Those old soldier released from coffe-3 I I world between the eleventh and the ]I from the banks by the undermining action -, it reaches forty-six !inches and in Ireland !' among the prettiest girls there. j

who have put rue matter off to the at 72. recovered his health... and tells I seventeenth centuries believed that the i' of the current usually retain considerable i, about thirty-eight Inches. PossI-! j 1!1I I (
test minute! are rushing forward to about it as follows: "barnacle goose" hatched from that i! mass ct earth and, stones entangled bly! the wettest parts of Britain are in j Fiction.
escape tje 10 per cent penalty which! "I stuck to coffee r yars.although 1 II I species of shellfish! called the barnacle. I j ] in their roots. They therefore, I Cumberland, where"the rainfall may I "What are you writing'about, Hawley I
sill be put on June 15. it knifed me again anfl again 'r, The story was first told by Cambrensis i I readily sink, and by doing so form considerable I attain 150( inches per year. One inch of I ?" "

Paul Murlin, a negro, was arrested "About eight years ago, (as a result -II I j and was devoutly believed by all ChrisI -i, shoals, which time converts I I rain on one. acre' of ground means a i iI "A story. I'm going in for fl(-tion." I (
yesterday by the police on a charge. of coffee drinkingwhich con ,I tendom for more than halt a thousand 1 Into regular vegetable islands. Then a i hundred tons of, water., -London Graphic. "Really? For a magazine I

of discharging; firearms in the city I gested my liver!atfack'ma'ar) I was taken. ,l,with fpver"I avery I! years.. A well known scientific writer thicket of small willows covers the i I II "No; for my tailor. lie .wants his I
limits! and assaulting one Pearlie severe au-1 t I I reviewing the opinIons Cambrensis, I newly formed land and their fibrous ." money: and I'm telling bun I'll send
Mimms with a pistol.> would apparently recover I I "According to our venerable I Heritage. him check xt week." .
: a
start about my usual work only to r says a"u-I roots serve to bind the whole firmly to- nf !
An accident of unusual, occurrence suffer a relapse.] After tins had been I thority, the barnacle goose is generated t' gether. A peaty soil is formed by the Leave children an accumulated forI I II I.
took place on an electric car yester- repeater' several times! durin? the I from logs of wood allowed to decoi* j gradual decay of the vegetation, includ- I tune of memories .and inspirations and The Man Under the Bed. I.
fav A young lady in attempting to year I was again taken violently ill. 1' pose in the water. When decompofli. i i ing the trunks of the trees and on this I examples:: and hopes, so f Rt they are Ii j :Mrs. Timid-Did you ever find :a man 'I
slight! in some manner caught her "The doctor said he had .carefully! t tion has fairly begun, small bamps.on ![ many: new varieties of plants spring |[ rich ia brain and heart au3 -oul and under the bed? Mrs. Bluff-Yes; the I
Jns;"r and lacerated the member: to studied my case and it was eithet :I the log may be observed Little by II I up. Sometimes the island clears Its I i i service. Then if you happen i) leave :, night we thought: there were'burglars il
I certain extent. A ring on the fin. 'quit coffee or .die,'' advising me to little these increase in size, and finally moorings and floats away down stream j I them a fortune besides, if they incve: all ,' in the house. I found my husband. ;
??r. set with a diamond, fel! off and take Postum in its pla e. I had always assume the form and shape of a mass I' until it is again arrested by an obstacle .I these the fortune will be sho B of its there. __ i I
Us not been found.W. thought coffee one of my d' .rest of barnacles] which" is-well known as '! ,or it may: become In a waterlogged possibilities of evil and will : ernean : iI''
G. Prather, an employee of the friends, and ispecia1! when sick l a kind of shellfish. Soon after the ', and subside close to sense the bottom.- i j'I! Instrument of higher and 113.1-lt-r! i igood. Not the body but the soul strikes the : I

*ny yard received information jesterday and the doctor's I was very decIsion much for taken I hadn't back sns by Fhell. or husk. bursts open and a full In this latter case it often gets covered I I .-M. 5.;; Savage. I II blow in which lives victory.Maga. Ii

and ,5.ea.rg that two of his sons, aged 7 pected the coffee I drink could] possibly -,, grown goose may be seen'in the water over with mud and sand, which forma II I ___ nCCn_ _u .___ ,__ __ _._ __ -., _____ -- -_ FI&I
respectively, had been cause troubles, I clinging to the log only by its bill. A I new and more permanent land surface .. .
my '' '' ''' '' P.a!' -- A :
shot at the l1I n .n'JOI ""''!'' '' !' "!'' !
apnt. Mr. Prather family home secured in the Canton-first *1 thought it over for a few min- i few days longer continues to- draw I above itQUEEN !. .n'BfJ"U.UH-UUo.u.:..i.u",,,,,_. ,,,,,.I,,:, ,U-O"B"U-H IUu"'allPolUl''I''U''JuII\I; n .o.ti-H n.if&.H-H: ,",,,,,,L,,,, tn: tt.,,,,U U/NUI'.IPoIUI''U U ,ft U, H, nn: ','''''
train utes and'? finally toM the, doctor I itf nourishment from the log, then
home, but no information con. would make the change Postum was breaks away in the form of a perfect -. --I I
frning the seriousness of the wounds f.1 WHY. NOT HAVE A PIANO ? I
!inflicted on the children as been re- procured for me the same day and goose, exercising all the functions of VICTORIA'S HAIR.Its ,
I liked! it and stuck to it and since Great Profusion; Was Always a Your family crave it and possession is very easy indeed. The Clutter

Cheap imitation extract contains .change then I in have health been, began a new in man.a.few days The Not Matched. Even-. at, Cause the of of Wonder.80 !! J Plan, of Easy to Buy, Easy to Pay, has ,accomplished wonders in the 4

ter wrmful for Blue ingredients. Ask your gro- and surprised me, and now, altaiiih "Mustache cups?" said the salesman. Vicotria's hair age was a marvel rears of Queen luxuriance. j way of possession and enjpyment of piano's in the homes that a few years tIJi
Ribbon Vanilla. Abso "Tea. sir. ; Bert's a pretty design. Cup
lutely pure. I am seventy-two years of age, I do and saucer $1.98. The court physician, followIng ago would have been appalled at the thought of undertaking to pay for p
lots of hard work and for the pat Prof. Unna's discovery undoubtedly ,
month have been teaming, driving "But", said Mr. Nurich. "that a1n' treated her majesty's scalp with !1 a lano. ;
AUCTION SALE. sixteen miles- 'day besIdes' loadingand the saucer that goes with it." f ,
a gem preparatiou that
CAR LOAD MILK COWS SATURDAy unloading the' wagon- -That's "Oh. jes.Not ." was not made publ'c It is now i i The Clutter Plan Has Helped In TWO Ways ;
JUNE 9, AT 10 A. M. AT MeMILLAN what Postum in ta> place of coffee much, it ain't. There ip't.. no known however, that the remedy for ;
NEST' & TURTON'S STABLES, has done for me. I now.like the Pos mustache guard on Philadelphia dandruff the germ destroying element i jf| It has made it possible to get worthy pianos at moderate prices and in fur
INTENDENCIA STREET. tum as well as I did sott e. Press. Is' embodied in Newbro's Her-
Ijul1eR methods for the We handle such famou
; iiji
augurated payments.
1 have known people who did apt, P'cide! the only hair preparation on easy
care for Post m at, first but after Cnnecesiary. the market that does destroy the dan-i,: ||| pianos a? the Kranich & Bach, Lester, Packard, Mehlin etc. and guar i '

Attention, Clerks.A having learned to make it properly "Monsieur," said the duelist's second, druff germ. Without dandruff hair t antee them to Deliveed into. homes no matter where you live JJ}:
regular directions: they have, | your
meeting of Retail Clerks'International according to "all is ready. Let me shake your will grow profusely and falling hair .
Protective Association come to like it as ,well as coffee. I will be stopped. "Destroy tne -
hand. cause i and Largest 114-116 S. Palafox St. -t
this tfensacola Union, No. 259. will be held never miss a chance. to praise! it. "Vollar! exclaimed the duelist with you remove the effect" For sale by ';i Music House In Clutter Music House PhonelSPENSACOLA lL'
evening June 6. at '6:15 o'clock Name given by 'Postum 'Co., Battle chattering teeth. W. A. D'-Alemberte druggist and 1-1 florid.. /
It old t armory building room No. 1. Creek, Mich. _. ; ees shake too much"Can ;you not see. eet apothecary 121 South Palafox! street, I ,GEq>W. p. CLUTTER, Tres. B. E. CLUTTER. Sec. i iimm
F. J. RBIRA, President Look for the little bock ."The Road as eet ees- or. send lOc !in stamps for sample to f j '
*. F. KING ; ," FhUadelphL&Ledger.' -" lmLJ'
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eighty-five issued shares of the Capital pering wlif!infest' 'i{-is possible tof FACTS IN FEW LINES -,

I :Publishing -Company Of TallahasV! change whole tariffs almost' ,by use i .---- --.--
t Of/ the classification, and it 18. done. of HAVE THE: GODSSUBMITTED
see, and will carry"o"ut theiconh-a t Railroad jfo Q.ifiof: prey has the gift song.

for state printing, 'and. print'The' Sun Commission For instance wfaen"U!the: Florida first organized, The smallest quadruped I a the world' I

.-_*___JJ1.n_ __ rL_ tth.fl.fl rJ1.r JL LLf. _. _. --- -_ Tallahassee.. adopted-what was known as "s utb;-: Is the pygmy mouse of Siberia.It ANY
.' I ern Classification No. 25" as thek'1or-l:' Is now proposed to make suita of

DAILY. WEEKLY SUNDAY. A traveler driving lengthwise ida classi1i UQ3. In about two years' clothes of paper which can be thrown "OFFERS" TO YOU !

along! a street railroad track to pass l time the southern classification had I away when soiled.It .

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY an obstruction 'in the. street is not I been changed until something,like 500 i is thought that the game of whist f
; articles in classification! No. 25 had first 'played in 'the time of King fi
MlSY.t. under an obligation. to look 'and listen been raised, -and. at that time ,the I was Henry VIII. of Esglaad I RECENTLY? i

constantly for car co'mtng up behind jrailroad (jommissjon! \ revised the FloI i

THE JOURNAL COMPANY. him, according to the decision of the ida classification_ placing back the articles -( dinburgh has adopted a scheme for ..
I collecting.for charity thrpygb a central In his "Masque of Pandora Longfellow wrote :
,. the case thus raised by the railroads and
.n&nJfuuWruir w..iw-i.a _*__*- Ut :- -u- &mnjtr ir t supreme court of., Indiana< in, I
adopted what known as the; office! on lines of .th Liverpool) system.
FRANK L, WAVES, Putldtnt an" Gtnwl 1 M.u 9.r.AfEAf3 ,ot The Indianapolis, Street Railway "Florida Classification was No. J," and"now j Brazil's chamber of commerce has of- "The Gods implore not,

lr ,-- ru- f U Company. MarschkeJ In this case we find\ that. ,!gaIn each year when t Jered'a prize of 2,000,000 to the physician Plead not, solicit not; they only offer
the evidence gboweg that the plain- the 'traffic niaaasers have met for the. who thall discover a panaa.ne.nt
J? THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. : leading CHOICE AND OCCASION, which once being passed
tiff, driving down the approach purpose of going over these matters cure for cancer. '
II they have raised items in the south- RETURN NO MORE. Dost thou accept the gift?"
ju.Jr- wWi.n 1 Wr ___ -- from a viaduct overtook a heavy Prom Paris con\ea the news,that the

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. I wagon going slowly in the same direction ern classjaeitian' until it differs If materially best people are taking s uf.aatn'. I
from our itl cla sficatkm-; they
c 'seeing no I giving it. A medical paper: bolsters up in
looked behind and '
One Year.5 00 Ono Month.......... ........ 45 I used _the: Florida'classification on In- the fad that a f sir p&chea I Ia The ,same thought appears Ingall's striking
by saying
Six Mouth,,...,...,.,.,.., Z 50 One W ek................ ict( street car approaching turned upon terstate shipments into Florida itj influenza.; on "Opportunity in which he pictured
Three Months...... ..?'" 115 Weekly Edition per fur..$! OC I the car track and'arova forward at a would not affect us so badly; but. day will guard against poem that

I _5-WUL LaJUW J r r 1I.n.r slow trot until her buggy was! struck ,where the southern clasifi ation is It Is the custom in Brittany dig up"the deity as stalking thrqugh the world and knocking
5 higher bones of the dead after- certain
they use it, and if in a remote '
The Only flemacefa Uenr panef Freat, Wbtctt a flefaJtaf II from behind by a ear. which had case an item should be higher:; in the time 1 andpreserve the, sfcuU only in a ONCE on every door-never to return! again.

come up over the viaduct after she Florida classification they woijld use| small'box with a heart shaped opening
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. i:locked'! and ran upon her at the rate that. In other words they use. that), in its front Each box .is marked with Both writers halt a littte short of completeness

ww sW 101 twenty mile,&: an )liqur without which results i in the h'ghest: rate, It:1:the nain ie'n\ date. qf the fe\; & in their striking pictures-for it should be made

Offices 108 sad ItO Emit Papers S.lf on Train* sounding a gong. Tha court held1 seems to me that it wouM be a farce : The will of a Natick (Mass.) man
an to : the of the "choice and "
pass a bill clear that while
I / that under the circumstances, a enlarging powers who died recently provides a large sum : same occasion,
Government. Phon 38. and *t *ll NewsSUnds, the Interstate Comerce Commission
finding by the jury that the plaintiff In of money, the Interest of which! is to the "opportunity come but once
which' they 'were 'given the right t. : same ---new opportunities
-nJ-r- 1 -U --IJ- negli-- be expended every in buying electric ,
__ was. not guilty contributory where complaint was made of the un-i! year
gence should not 'be disturbed on appeal reasonableness of a rate, and after.' car rides for school children between go walking through the world in an end-

PENSACOLA. FLORIDA WEDNESDAY' MORNING.: JUNE 6..1906 and that the defendant was hearing, etc.1, to substitute in lieu I i the ages ef sis: aud teu years. less procession forever, out-numbering the people

proeprly held liable if it negligently thereof a 'Just and reasonable rate. to.1 I I Ladies seldem rise ip Spain. to receive -
I leave the classification: entirely in the .' a male visitor, and they rarel themselves that not only is there "choice andoccasion"
MAYOR BLISS REJECTS ran a car against the plaintiff's bug- '
0 'bands of the railroad people. Thq;;, accompany him to the door. For a
gy and !injured her if 'all the and "opportunity" for everyone born into
eves Commission
PLAN FOR HARMONY should have supervision Spaniard to give a lady, even his: wile
THE JOURNAL'S specific acts charged in the complaint I of the classification to the same, ex.,I his arm when out walking is looked'I tie| world-but a choice of choices and occasions and

Sunday morning in the interest of harmony good-will ana the public were not fully proved.: I tent that they are given supervision!.! upon as a decided violation of pro
over the rate: that is, where an article opportunities.If .
Journal attended the role of peac -maker and presented a I priety.
welfare ?is cussed I'
in to }
a mainer make.it :
might be basis the Editor Collins of The Tallahassee i| One of the results of the last German missed the knock of Opportnnity on
proposition which it hoped acceptably as a peace to I unreasonable and unjust that upon:. you your
True Democrat contempates the establishment census was the discovery that the village
present discordant elements in the city government.X } complaint investigation and hearing
of ,a daily newspaper at the Commission have of Boerbusch in the district of' door yesterday, listen for more raps to.day-for they
Biaroinf, still in the interest{ peace and harmony, The I should the right
the state A good daily is if found to be of | Burgd.Qrt in Hanover has only fou? will if for them and
Journal declined, for the time being, to,publish a communication from the capita/} .: substitute in lieu as thereof complained a reasonable, to I I'i-Inhabitants, two males and two females come, you are looking "culti-
badly needed Tallahassee and it is
0 mayor relative' to the controversy which has rent tie city government for hop.edthat' and just classification of the article i'r and is therefore the smsfles'! vating" them.
to be the plans of Mr,i
seme months past or articles. Complained: of. I municipality in the world.A .
Clolins will materialize 11t I. To the alert reader of advertisements "Oppor-
We regret that our good Intentions sem to have failed. Our effort near i 'I-r-* -S I good many men judge the quality I

has proven fruitless and nothing remains but the dead ashes of a rosy future. I *0 $ I -.cigars;by ,the ,l1tt1e yellow specks.; tunity" becomes a familiar figure-not an illusive, [
hope which shown crimson In" the morning light but dia#\ before the day The game of governor baiting goes I: NEWS AND VIEWS *. on that the these wrappers spots are A due dealer for;; drops declared of ) mysterious deity; and to the alert users of advertis-

was hardly spent. > FROM STATE PAPERS.JH -
? merrily on.
dew acting as boning 'glasses ijiiid : "choice and occasion"
The Journal contended that each aide, to the controversy could very 0 0 ; ; ing space are plentifully
making small spots onthe. tobagco
it-that the Issues had all been thrashed out-that ... <> "" 0 for
well afford to drop, ....I'I. fl leaves. It is: not a test of quality at: given-

nothing remained to fight about-that BO tpofogfea were desired from any" Well Justified 1, all.
Wailing. I I
one-that nothing, absolutely nothing, could be accomplished by a continuance iVOXPOPULISINGNO i The Wairstreet News the organ of I I There are no white soldiers or police PUBLICITY IS THE VICEREGENTOF

ot the little unpleasantness-that, In short, the sensible, logical, reasonable high finance, the spokesman for the! in British New Guinea where'the natives : "

thing to do was to let by-gones be by-gones and get crown to a.working '*"*'Hi.flH'I....J. H.......... 'I great corporations of the country, is I Iwe I number 300,000. The government "MERCURY ,

basis again. ,-ping- over thA.___ disastrous_____n__ Mid___ demoralizing __I consists of a British administrator, an
AS A PART OF effects of the policies TVsorted executive council and the magistrates I GOD OF COMMERCE AND GAIN.
shared this idea of the and further
We believe the public fully matter we
order to beat the democratic ;
stationed at centers near the coast.There .
believe that the plan. proposed afforded the onlY' real basis of settle i candidate for the presidsncy in are 500 nonofflclal white resi ____ .S- -.5 J___ '"," ,,

ment. Editor Pensacola. Journal: 1896 11 declares that the electionwas dents.

Mayor 'Bliss is the first, and so far as.we know the only one interested Reading today in your paper bought ,with money and that the Some of the large machines of
"Tlw Proposed Glee Club 1 political debauchery whiefo ensuedas f
who is dissatisfied with that mode of settlement He does not want the
the country supply a stream of paperat
began t to think what a.grand thingit wors, and more lasting than The Han of Force.
matter settled that way. He is opposed to dropping it. He thinks another would be to have singing charts in could possibly have been any conse- the rate of a mile in ten minutes. There is always room for a man of i The 1905 Model

way would be' better. In accordance with his idea he continues his our public schools in place of some quence of the election of Bryan. ireat difficulty is experienced when I force, and he makes room for many.:

sde: of the coatpveray and proposes another method of settlement other things being taught. I know The financial magnates and 'great this sheet of paper breaks, for the bro- Society is a troop of thinkers and the RemingtonSholes -

,When Mayor Bliss's communication was received..The Journal held. it from actual experience that childrencan corporations in that vimpajgn in; ken shreds come so fast that the room I I I best heads among them take the best
be taught the scale of music so former a horde Apolitical bloodsuckers Is filled before the- machine can be I places. A. feeble man can see the
vp for the time being hoping that the mayor would think better of the .
as to be able to sing by'note any piecein that' thejj-were a soft thing' for stopped.At I[ farms that are fenced and tilled the
matter and decide to drop the controversy. He did not so decide, but pub. common time.: There are only five the plratean4.thep1rate; ; have been the A sttfan court perishable articles -
I houses that are built. The strong man with its new billing attachmentsand
his letter afternoon and whole notes and two half notes in banded1' together for business ever
.Ushed yesterday thereby closed all hope of settlement an since. It has been : never appear twice on the Imperial I sees the possible houses and farms. instantly interchangeable carriages

so far as the terms proposed by The.Journal were concerned. That of octave.Voice culture is positively maintain lobbies and necessary agents every.to table. Thus there are large perquisites I His eye makes estates( as fast as the tabulator and two color

course was the' mayor's privilege.In should be taught in every necessaryand schoolin where to protect the companiesagainst ; for the various attendants. To one i sun breeds clouds.! -Emerson. [ ribbon movement is the most complete

the mayor's letter, which The Journal publishes this morning. he the state, and there is no means blackmaiW-a blackmail which i roan .falP aU the uncorked bottles to combined

proceeds to arrogate to himself the distinction of haYing been the special effective as singing The seven-shap was taught to.the blackmailers by the another the'wt.e.1eft in the glasses to Quite Familiar. Billing andCorrespondence '

object o( what he is pleased to term The Journal's, "attack" on Sunday ed notes are b&ng I used for vocal campaign .of 1898." Out of the corrupt another joints and to another the gameor "There is not much i* A name, perhaps
music at the present time and are practices", then engendered have the svreeta. ," paid; a young Sunday school
merning ,and h& then further proceeds to rehash
the.quarrel betweeen him.
: ; very popular. But children -should be grown* .toe insurance scandals. and In an endeavor to foster home Industry : teacher. "Still it did give me a turn last
E e-f and the. city council and to discuS&, a ,number of other matters total. upon the,r6Sult of that election is i
taught to sin's by number a$ well as : the Canadian government has Sunday when I asked a boy in my machine manufactured. Designedas I
Jr irrelavent to the issue so far as The Journal concerned. by note. Many years ago singing based the greater portion of the big established a number of bounties to { class how many apostles'! there were it was for fast service, built for
Although he professes to be replying to The Journal's article, the schools were almost. as common as trusts and .combinations which are be paid to manufacturers and miners i I to have him look up and reply care. hard use, recommended by experts

0 mayor absolutely ignores the point made by The Journal in reference to literary schools.and.well do I remember now robbing the country right and who last jerfr aggregated $1,900,000 lessly, 'Oh a dozen or so '* and guaranteed against wear, it is I
the happy times I have spent at left.The offered as the idealTypewriter
settling the long-continued controversy. He does not ,even discuss or refer singing schools Wall Street News is fully justified on Iron and steel products, $334,000 on I
to it. He says he wants harmony and as an example of how badly he Along abo i'1859. there was a music \ i in its wifilings for the past and lead $333,000.on) crude petroleum and JTwo and Two. :
There Is difference between
$13,000 on manila fiber. no a
vantg it he proceeds to lambast the cUy council i in that harmonious way offs teacher going through the country by forebodings. for the future.TampaTimes. Among the most precious books in mile square and a square mile. Each: :

that always proves infectious whenever it breaks outAs the name of Wm Stuart. lie was one S the library of congress is a copy of "A contains 640 acres. There is, however for producing the most good work in !

a matter of fact The Journal has nothing to do with the quarrel of the best singers I ever met. Amon'gother Broward and Drainage. Revised System of Cavalry Tactics a difference between two miles square the shortest time with the least effort. :
places he excel
0 taught a very I
between Mayor Bliss and the council. The Journal did not attempt to fix lent school at Coon Hill in Santa Governor Broward has placed tile For the Use of the Cavalry and Mounted I and two square miles,-San Francisco' I Write Local today Agents for full wanted description.I for

the responsibility for their differences.: :All of those subjects which the Rosa county. I" was present at the dTainasa issue-clearly before the peo/ Infantry., C, S. A.,* by Major Gen Call I! unoccupied territory.

mayor discusses-the influence of a newspaper, the Gingles matter. the closing of the term and. listened to pie. It they reverse themselves on eral Joseph "Wheeler, 0. S. A. The book THE ARITHMOCRAPH CO. ,
some of the finest singing I ever heard it. it is-their own affair. The people was p'ubllsaed'ln Mobile, Ala.. in 1863. Wonderful.BridegroomWhat's 'I .
board of works investigation, the
I majors committee appointments the will not take the the matter, driver MaJesticflldg.; ChicagoJACKSONVILLE
seriously platitudl-
jo., my life. Strange-ag it may seem, The book.was picked up at an auction
famous resolution of censure the council rules, Mr. Zelius's patriotism' a little! negra boy :who nursed Mrs. .ous and smug advice so abundantly sale for 35 cents. I ? Coachman! -The horse has just ,

Mayor Bliss's dnj.gence-al. of these matters are entirely" foreign to the WHey Williams's baby could sing any offered by the railroad organs. They Sir Robert Ball who has been makIng thrown a. shoe, sir. Bridegroom-Great FLA.

question which The Journal raised in its Sunday morning's plea for har piece of music. that-had'.been taught will remember the masters they serve careful study of the glacial period -j Scott! Do even horses know we: are I 204 West Bay Street,
and decide that since the railroadsare I
mony. They are not material to the issue, but ,they do afford the mayoran during the term. announces that the next great just married?
I so earnestly against the scheme, J
do hope and trust that the school
opportunity to escape from a discussion of that issue and to inject just board will have Vocal Dcrjle: taughtas it might not be so bad after all. frigid epoch in the northern hemisphere I :. PRESSJfflE

that much more of his special brand of harmony into a controversy that a branch of study in all our public What is ba.
he antf the council both ought to ba leady to let drop. schools. The children of the present -, necessarily good for the people; but now and cover all northern Europe BUTTONS r 7
it is well to search diligently for the and the northern part of North America
Mayor Bliss's questions to The Journal time are becoming so insubordi During 1906
are as supercilious as his cry Ffiay
nigger! In
the ,
.woodpile.-'Mbnticello with ice thick: enough to overtop the
for harmony is ridiculous. The Journal is not "demanding the resignationof nate that they are. almost'beyond>> con. News.
trol of the teachers, and there is nothing highest mountains and fill the deepest
M r. Zelius" or of anyone else. It is not presuming to say who is "inno conducive to their valleys.Dr. a Total of
so governmentas
cent".or who,is '"guilty. It is not making a "persistent effort to put Mr. good singing.I A Snake Repository.That Daniel: Bella, a New York minister
dry dock at
New Orleans
0 Singles back" wouldn't have him back if it had the'power. It doesn't know : want music to cheer me last on has compromised his claim
which 151,350COPIES
was to be such an aid to ship. ,
inything about anyone's "reason" for wanting him back, and does not want earth Yours and greet me. first- in Haveni, ping the Washington Post says, has agains! the New York Central railroadfor

V> know. truly 0 been of little or no use to the navy. the fracture of twenty bones In a
What The Journal 1 wants-and that is all that i it does want-is to see In the four or '!five years since its ,viaduct collision last falL Figuringon.
controverSy completion it has been emplo -e only the basis of $1,000 a bone the company
disgraceful discussion, wrangling, and i\ In the city govern. r "
nent STOPPED.! .' 0 # .onceor trial_docking twice,of one occasion being the has agreed to pay him $20,000 or an Average of
: the Illinois
:Mayor Bliss's letters to the newspapers wont stop it and he knows # COMMISSPONER BURR IN when workmen had to be sent from for hIs injuries. This Is considered to .11 VeI 5'rke
# RATEBIL1 DEBATE. '$ be quite a step in advance in regard to
that much as well as anyone else. other points to do the work. Naval 5,828
-- basis for claims.
the injury
: personal
officers declare
t. So far as all]! this talk of resigning ii concerned; neither he nor the city % Live OakTDemocrat: : 0$ that this dock is principally Slmplelt lIJaI-iafeet_ F1
at Redding
serviceable now as a repository Locked up in a bank vault )f1adjc.tsa4 oalJ '.met
k council are going Jo resign and everyone knows it. There is o provision of water snakes, wfoich have be- Cal., is the flag which Fremont DAILY Silf-fililnj Pen. No guM flier '

for holding a special electkm to fill their places, ,Pensacola would be fHij..-$ 'i- come so numerous and belligerent as unfurled on the summit of the RockiesIn -onhakisg.no ink to ij>iU-oe dordir

without a city government, with no means,of ele'Cting' one. No one wants, to cause much apprehension on the' 1841. The banner was made with The following figures show The Pen. Too limply! prea tie kattoa(it

or expects any of the elective officers of the city government to resign and Congressman 'l-amar of this state this part of water'the caretakers. The cost of Mrs" Fremont's! own hands previous to sacola Journal's circulation for ea
they are not going to do so. !But they can STOP WRANGLING: and they in his recent speech in the House on about ?lOpO,000 snake and sanitarium the was her,husband's start on his! exploring day during the month of May 19M.( Write.th.toiichci .Wtut 11
the railroad bill governmenthas
rate as returned from tour In the far west. The flag differs with the average number of
can do it,without holding a special election for :that purpose. the senate, about concluded to build no more copiei the SlAPII'
exposed a weakness in it from the.standard. United States flag daily: .
of them.
1 which seems to ua to make it an almost -Jacksonville III III Metropolis. In field only, where a large American May 1, 5,800 ? May 17 5,800

L'Engle's Sun Mores right, we are for It," a pulsating proof i weakness worthless shalf be.measure: cured/unless that Conscientious In Everything.- eagle surrounded by twenty-six stars, May 2, 5,800 May 18, 5,700 Eagle$50Flash )

of our freedom and independence as a ment. The bill as 1 it now is.by gives amend-the Governor Broward seems to be impressing Is skillfully wrought in hand: embroid May May 3 4,, 5,700 5,900 May 20 19, 5,800

to Tallahassee. public journal l. and fortified 'by a Interstate Commerce ''Commission the people and the newspapers 5, May 6,200 No.if TUk 14 kszat.ot1dotd
ery.Judge May 5,900
Claude I/Dngle's Jacksonville Sun, strict' adherence to'lts letter an position fcily
'which! recently purchased I. B. Hllpon's power to control classification of on the drainage matter one of the unique characters of that } JIWIIItcc4.EaaJe
w& are, save from the attacks of those was Just about right. The governor.1 May 7. ... May 23, 5,850 "F1a.h"No.25
interest in the Tallahassee Capital freight, and because of this the rail territory. He served for several yearsIn May 8, 5,800 rit gold baud .$2.50
who may be hurt by its application. long ago convinced a majority of the I May 24, 5,750 .. *
acquiring thereby not only the road companies in..flxing the classification people of the the Confederate army and voted the May 9, 5,600 May 25, 5,750: Eagle fl&. No. 26
state that he
'We have made The Sun the Sta.tepaper. was conscientious Urn I 3.00
will be able the Hr
to nearly: if not first time in his life for Grant and
May 5,600
latter but the state printing contract in everything he did.T2mpa .-! May 26, 5,800 with geUbuub,$4.00sadbiSieioers
entirely, make .UP,what they! Jose by Herald. last time for Harrison. He is proud of May 11, 5,600 May 27, 6,100 '
makes announcement of too. deal as the lowering of rates by .the Commis- I record Confederate soldier but '12 and Other .
It is more-widely read more carefully his as a May 5,700 May 28, '"'' 5
follows; read,:oftener quoted and. wields sion. Our Florida. Commissioner, .. Another Endorsement. at the same time he believes that every May 13, 6,300 May 29, 5,750 A k YOUR DEALER. In.does.1a't .

'When the first issue of The Sun more influence than othe publication Hon R. Hudson ,Burr. in .a letter toMr Another democratic judicial.conj TJnion soldier should be paid a pension May 14, ....-. May 30, 5,800 "'**A5H IeJ" F&uQtsio fo the fcDtthciiend E.gi.
any Lamar, in the
was printed last November it contained incorporated latter's vention up in Ohio has endorsed Bry.! oC $30 a month, for the reason that May 15, 5,800 May 31, 5,800. the retail price direct toEagle
whatsoever that is speech makes clear and time- ...
circulated a 16 5300 ; lad *bMJLiflciy
an for president. May fOIl pal'1IItcc4.
There is something i they saved the greatest union of stateson .
the announcement that we desired
ly of this organic defect
among Floridlans.Tffe exposure in deeply suggestive in the extraordinary !- earth.ttecent. Total for the mo t". ..
I 157,350 :
for Florida the bill, which railroads :
to make a paper have ever been on the watch the can turnso hold this twice defeated private Pencil Co.
would be known The State completely to. their .own purposes I. discoveries Indicate that "
that as citizen has MaDnftctnren3V
upon .the affections of the
0 for opportunities to improve The Sun that relief would b&/ practically de. democratic masses In all parts of'tfte.1. moths do not fly about candles out of Average. per day. ,.. .. 5,82 (Broadway,few York 0

paper and have, seized them as .fast as we_ pied to the snipptn: We| are glad to union. The man led us to two..Water-! mere curiosity but simply because -

; 'We have held steadfast to, the pur-' saw:. them. see that Florida;fs'so conspicuous 1 in i loos and left the party a beaten and I there Is in Irresistible power compelling I hereby certify that the above

0 pos born of this desire and find* our-i We believe we now have hold of Congress in showing to. the .country scattered rabble' apparently without! them to flutter to the flame. This statement is' correct according to the

S wives today. if possible more wedded. the biggest one that has come withinour a vital weakness-in' this.bill in whichwe "discipline or hopes but not onlydoes i force Is called heliotropism and Is exactly records on. file ip this office. --

to 'than before. i reach. are all so 'deeply Interested. Mr. lit still believe in' him with undiminished -! the same attraction that makes

i Burr's letter well. worth.( reproducing, faith but he is winning the disaffected fiowersttrn toward the sun. The blind Escambia Lodge No. 15 F. & A.M
After six months effort forthwith 0rgr .
put We will The
o move Sun to( Tallahaasee ; is as follows: I
element that followed Pal- :
earthworm because of Its well known Special coajmunicaU'C: ,
all our strength with all our and from our vantage ground While this h'ULioay prevent the mer and Biickner and disarming the' r ;
tendency to crawl away from the fight Escambia Lodge< No.
0 heart, and with ail our soul, we And, at the Capital we: will make a state railroads from raising' or lowering a fierce hostility of the eastern repub' Is said to have negative heliotropism; ; 4rcuiti ,' o c rA.I.., will be held W -:_ '

tbat in the main essential of our object paper that some day will be called rate or freight l.Ariffr it will amountto licans. Overshadowed: by trusts and The stronger the source of light the day evening. June 6th ./ ,
very little if. thf} railroads are to I preyed on by hordes of grafters. even A. I Ii'
o'clock. E.
we' have succeeded far beyondcur The Great State. Paper. Work in the
is the
or qlsJon.
0 be the sole 'judges of classification the republicans are beginning to suspect Featur re Sworn to ,and ,Subscribed<1 before me Visiting brethren fraternally in-,.:'

0 I hopes ,. The) Sun Company his bought four for that has always been the favorite that there are worse thing!!"than, this 31st" day;of May, 1908. ; C. I>. PEYER, \'. ,,

We' have. made. ,our. motto, "If it's huddtth, tour hunaTedand instrument in their*' hands :for tarn-: ryaii1sm.-4ye Oak Democrat; Read The Journal's Want Ads. }' RRY-. DICKBN. : W. G. DAJLEY. Sec.
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"J: <_ 5* s 8s ssx JosxajtajBacoss. terday will for his hardwood ,camp, but., ,....................":,............,............... I I k .;, ..;:f
..... ) In time to meet his wife. ... .,

PEOPLE and EVENTS .* -The Best fr What We Sell to Their leave that friends about Mr. and and'August Mrs.acquaintances HagerI 1, when they"'are regret ;- i ; ,If the-Unm-arried'Men:: I 'Uk f :;"'

.. The Favorite of the give possession of ,their lovely place,

Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, Come and .Fastidious New but Atlanta..rejoice, York they that.'will instead. probably of going residein to f Only, Knew. i I .qWI! I 5 ,.. ;,,

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Tarry & Women, and Society ,Here and Elsewhere. Miss Heyward and Miss Voughto: very easy it is to furnish a house In good shape i ; J4".tH j *
New ,Orleans,- are at Wytheville, Va., 11. \5,
PICKLED where Mrs. H. L. Simpson and daugh-- : ready for housekeeping, we feel pretty sure that there'd I : '4l '

By E. Wolff BECK. Telephone 669. '" term ajiss Cora. Louise. are staying. .. Abe several weddings! in town before many days. :.: :." : :' <;::V5':.

S******* Country Miss[ Dorothy'Club this Reeves evening entertains for her at I Go Right Ahead and Get Married i .:. J tli :


RATHBON- TEMPLE 14, LAMBS guest. : .: We'll furnish the house for you and you can pay for it .* ;'< :p- .
GAVE SUCCESSFUL Journals Daily Fashion Feature. A trio of charming college girls,, :: later on. We make the payments so easy that they're t : '14 fti:

EUCHREANDDANC who jhave hastened home to assist ij scarcely noticed. Bedroom suits from $20.00 ,$30.00 or : :- '

the concert Thursday night, are Miss : whatever price you want to pay; chairs from 75 cents : i'
The euchre and dance given Monday Mabel Greene 'and Miss Cornie Bass !1. .i
to ,
on up $5.00; rockers from $1.25, .
night by Pensacola Temple, No.H from ,Belmont College, Nashville,who i up : ; ;1
success socially and : $$20.00 sideboards from $15 to $65; stoves from $9.00 up "
was a great / are here and Miss Lurteyne Fulghum : : l;
fiaanciall), as was to be expected. i of Wesleyan at Macon, who will arrive -! ranges of steel :wit h asbestos lining for $30.00. :Mat1 $l
Eight tables! of euchre enjoyed the this afternoon. : tings 20 to 35; cents a yard, laid free. t ,

\'eniflg in the parlors while the dancing Put up in glass jars at. .. .40c I I : + ;:st::1.: ',,1 if t-'
contingent enjoyed itself. in the 1UtLflL1 U Mrs. J. I. Hart, of Athens, Ga., has :
jarge bail room to the music of Barios Appetizing and satisfying gone home, : MARSTON & "UlNA ;1 : :t[ J
j .
orchestra. I 7'LW Dunkle's Celery Salad..30c! I + ; &
The prizes: were unusually hand., .S 2/ i, tI1llhI1Ui1I'rr \ Mrs. Tharin and her charming!.I. 108/110 S, Palafox St. : Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. i I t r '
oie. ''Mrs Julia Mooney won the ,f. \ ) I"k' daughter, :MJss Bessie Tharin, who ..... ....................................... : -
handsome chased silver jewel \ have ben the of : '
rst, a i : recipients many delightful :
Blumer, Sr., the Jj :11'
ca-.e: Mr-: won second '' 4. r.OSENAU&CERELDS. attentions, have decided to
a pair of pretty Japanese vases.! 'L : T1._ I leave Thursday for Montgomery, provided :
Miss Ln Marks captured the conso-: .,:)I' -some combination of effort on I Mail Souvenir Post Cards to Your Friends h '
shell basket the of their t
lat on, a lined with red part friends does not I ,,
sa.an.11' Charlie :Berger capturedthe The Fancy Grocers, again persuade them. to prolong their We have 1 '
many many subjects. You can mail one ,
prize which stay. 'I ;
gentleman's was a gold
every week for many 'weeks and never send two alike Two ;. :
and ebony fountain pen. : Phone 391 I'ensacola.Concert I for five cents. We have pretty souvenirs in leather and wood .
Mr. Wallace Brown ,1 ;
\'ery nice refreshments were served t of DeFnniafc is' and moderate prices. ,
during th > evening and the ladles in visiting his aunt Mrs. Marion Clut) 'ff'CQe'

charge: : arc being, and deserve to be,I ter. :Book.atore. : : J'',:
heartily congratulated. I ., 4
+ : \ Mrs. Wiley McDavid has entirely Phone 235. 213 South Palalox $1'..!. "..au". S ii1 i ;

BAY PARTY FOR recovered and is again at her own ,,., ,!1.- ,,,
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TRIO OF VISITING GIRLS.Several I home. > : S 1".' :',;
1 ; !
of the young men of the ,Mrs. T. V. Kesiejwho has beeu f""** **M *i *H flrHn: $ .2. ,;? "' ":
Jewish society set leave a bay party Ii quite ill for a week' is improving, 1. !
Monday night for a trio of attractive SUNDAY SCHOOL ROOM and her many friends and acquaint- | DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, 1 : 'f:, ; i

iisiMig girls, :Miss Steiner, of Mont ances trust she may be out in a few I CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES BRONZSE 1 "it.-
gomery, Miss Heinberg. of Binning-- days, entirely restore( to health. : ,l : !
ham and iMIss Hilbun, of GreenvilleMiss. First Baptist Church, STERLING SILVERWARE I : ;f : :!
(Mrs. W. T. Kidd, of Vincent Ala., *
One of the delightful features of the -, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. W. R. ART POTTERY : OPTICAL GOODS, 1 : ; Jj HV:; i

evening was a dip in the surf at the June 7th, at 8 o'clock. Merriwether, 424 East Strong, for CUT JGLASS WARE | .
life saving station. two or three weeks. 1 1 :
THE WEDDING OF Admission, 25c. :Mrsl, Theodore Muller left Satur- \ j t.r i ; ;j' !
MISS ERNESTINE FORDHAMAND I day for Louisville, Ky., and for Indiana Engraving and Fine Stationery. I :! i ii

MR. JOSEPH NATHAN ... where she will visit Mr. Muller's : a
,," Barents On her return Mrs. Muller ,
PRECEDED BY FESTIVITIES.One After the ceremony the bridal party ,1 "
of the loveliest of Pensacola'a I repaired to their pretty new home, No. will spend a few days in Birmingham -i t.f. .*.

historic; old homes, is that of Mrs 1304 North Davis street, accompaniedby Ala., visiting her brother Mr. J. i Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention "

Mentoria Gonzalez Moreno on East i. a few invited guests, where an elegant R. Hendrix. :IE! I
Zarragossa, and all this week *t has ,. $$1 reception was tendered them. 4 '
Miss Kate .Steiner! of Montgomery, 1
been en fete for her beautiful granddaughter 'A large number of beautiful
Miss Ernestine Fordham, 1 ents was received and at a late pres-hour Ala., who has j.ust graduated in her E. 0. Zadek Jewelry. Co. 1 : JrJI
home ity, is visiting Miss BerthaLischten
of Dr. W. F. who izT.
daughter Fordham
the 'guests departed, wishing them in i IWa
be married this at 10:30 MOBILE ALA ,
ia to morning : many long years of happiness. hit. *
and leave.the,dear old home of which -- *H8H #M7l
; +
Miss Regina Heinberg, of BirmIngham .i1 :'
she had been the sunshine and go to -, _ _ _ _ _ _ i
." CALLED MEETING TO-DAY OF Ala., is now the guest of her _ _ _ _ _ _ I,> t i
reside in New Orleans. "! ("hjc } ....,' -r .
j "t .1" Ill V- Fannie I J f
ccusin Miss Berlin. } I
On Monday her brother Mr. "Wil- .% "' CHRIST: CHURCH GUILD. ,
lie" F. arrived from Memphis \ ".. .. I FOR THE HOUSEWIFE
Fordham 4
: I / There will 'be a called meeting of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Brooks will I GreatReduction : ;
and is of his
the guest grandmother '
Immediately I 'lr
Christ Church Guild this evening their
Mrs. Moreno widow of thesate } go Monday summer cottageon Moth.. In. Carpet .
; .' service
; o'clock
'; after the S .
Texar for the I
Bayou season.A
Mr. Francesco Moreno his uncle 'f Take the carpet up and beat it thoroughly
\ and all members are requested to be
Mr Gibson Moreno, and his aunt, Miss I LITTLE GIRL.'S* i to remove all dust and: such
EMPIRE FRjOCK.# on hand. Business 'of importance.
'Corrine Jordan. TRIAI 'WIDL SHOWN YOU i moths as may be. Then take a, mix. !
The fortunate man who has won the The empire mode, 'which 'is slowly sertions is then gathered full to he WEDDINGIN WHY Blue Ribbon Vanilla has so: ture of spirits of turpentine and wa- I inEyeGInsses iftf: ;

charming and aristocratic grand but surely forcing! its way ,to the fore lower edge of the yoke, and the empire Sl/AREZ-SCrfWARTS: many friends. :Ask for Blue Ribbon,i ter. about one pint of turpentine to a I
daughter of this, one of Florida's in women's garments, street as well as effect'gained. by shifting the skirt into SELMA' ALA. TONIGHT. Vanilla :.and say it plain. gallon of water, and with it spongethe I

&(:"numa first families, is Mr. Joseph house Is very marked In children's the figure several inches above the Mr. AlonzoTSuarer, formerly of this carpet carefully on both ;sides, i
Nathan, of, New Orleans, who with his dresses. For the benefit of the homemaker waistline, the' shirrings backed by a city; who ha's.! "'spent the last year in SUNDAY SCHOOL LAWN changing the water'as often as .It becomes : i
brother, )Ir. Percy and Mr. Edwiu It may'be said that this dress broad tape. The sleeve is a tiny puff Selma, Ala., 'is to be married tonight PARTY THURSDAY: AFTERNOONMiss dirty. You will find that this j
1 Nathan, alfo- arrived< {.Monday and, illustrated is constructed on the linesof of the lawn, banded" and edged with in that city to' Miss Stella Schwartz, will brighten the carpet as well as destroy
though registered at the' Southern, the lon .favored Mother Hubbard, the lace above the dimpled elbow. A of, Selma. Avery's Sunday school class
the moths. The next thing to do ;
fiave contribute' greatly to the social the joke being a band of the pink more serviceable dress might be male Mrs. M. L. Suarez, mother' of the i will give a.la-Tin.party. at Judge Avery's and it {
to examine the floor clean
enjoyment of a continuous house par, lawn set between Valenciennes inser- on the same lines from any one of "bride-groom-elect, left on the noon home Thursday afternoon from 4:30 j lis .l
rty of joung friends who have with! tions, the Dutch neck finished with an the jpretty:iplain or checked 'ginghams ':train Tuesday to tie present at the o'clock. Proceeds are for benefit of I thoroughly with hot borax suds:: with

\tioving hands been gaily "helping"I II Iih edging of this fine lace. The little shown In the wash goods departments%! ceremony. 'Sunday school room. 5june3t I turpentine added in small quantities. t- ,r '.'
the preparations for the wed. skirt, with its wide hem and lace in- this season. 1 When the room is well aired sprinkle C ," ;
}ding.: I r.f!:. insect powder In the cracks and around i.L.'
: Last evening from an early hour j I : YOUNG .MEN TO COMPLIMENT Woodman Circle, Oak Grove, No. 4. I the edges and relay the carpet Tobacco ; 'I

there was an informal reception of' texts to see the.lovely-bride-elect once at the piano and Mr. Bennie Heinberg i THREE' ATTRACTIVE VISITORS Members: are requested to be present leaves around the edges arc also We ;' ( <
sellingHawkes' ,
friends calling to give the last I'I more. with his violin will play the wedding i WITH PICNIC AT THE BLUFF. at a meeting Thursday evening.I good to prevent the moths getting in are now :
rtouches" to say "goodby," to meet Such an array of beautiful and march, as the bridal process'on en-. i ,Important business to be transacted. their destructive work.Homemade I, : ....f'
''tie happy man and the other visitors choice gifts as were shown in the par. ters. A party of young,men have arranged -: 5june2t. : r t'I
Magnolia Bluff I _ _
to bridal and 'even to give a picnic at -
see tha presents lor have rarely fallen to a bride First the maid.of honor Miss Irene '
foil the hundred and one loving pre- and yet not the half could be seen, Hafgis, becomingly gowned in a Sunday complimentary to Mf-ss Celes- FRATERNAL SOCIETY Yeait.Cook ,tt:
tine Hirscher, guest of Mrs. SydneyKahn a handful of dry hops in a :
for the bridegroom is as beloved in dainty combination of grandmotherwhite I '
I bride is here, swiss and with Miss Regine Heinberg, guest of, ESTABLISHED AGENCY HERE I quart of water for fifteen miautes, t ;:
New Orleans' as his as lace, a Jllg white .
II --- evidenced by the fact that the young hat. long white gloves ,and carrying 'Miss' Fannie Berlin, and Miss Kate One of the best fraternal societies I strain, add a quarter of a cup of flour $2.50 Eye Glasses f !
of Miss Bertha Ldsch-
I Steiner, guest made smooth in cold water and cook
men of Smith Brothers have hand- white carnations, will descend the !I in the country, The Modern Workmen I I : i r'i
furnished their dining room stairs cross the hall and enter the tcn.'ColIins's, I I five minutes. Cook four common sized d'
Ii of the World, has recently established .1 /
; full orchestra has been engaged : for
sideboard, and mash them fine : /
i complete-solid table, parlor. ., time is assured. an agency in our city. This society: potatoes orpressi ,1r
Kettle china cabinet, an* six leather covered Then the bride, in a smart gray and a merry furnishes first class protection incase i I through a ricer. Add to the hop liquor J

chairs, and a handsome chest of silver radium silk gong-away! gown, :with, of sickness, accident or death at reasonable -! also a cup of sugar and three quarts of U--'
from the groom parents, Mr. and. hat, gloves and shoes to match, arid FLORIDA PRESS GANG rate. Old Age Benefits Paid: boiling water. Cool and add a cup of $1.25 t
Mrs. Charles Nathan. carrying white carnations, will fol--I HAPPY IN THE BEAUTIFUL Up Certificates, and Cash Withdraw: yeast or a compressed yeast cake dissolved ; 1I Jl

The following from the members of ow on the arm of her father who willl' SAPHIRE COUNTRY OF N. C. als are also special features of this i in half a cup of lukewarm wa- :. I-: ;
I his club was:received last evening: &ive her away. society. A local assembly:: is to be ter. Let rise until very light and 'j- l"
Rendered New,Orleans. June 2, 1906. The bridegroom and his brother, TMalle it would have been pleasantto I ;
organized in Pensacola as soon as pos! frothy. stir in a cup of salt and bottle
I Dear Miss Fordham: Mr. Percy Nathan, as best man, will share the pleasures and privilegesof I sible. For further information call on : Ii h1H.
Please accept our hearty congratu- enter from the dining room and meet the '06 tour with the 'boys and 'girls:,i the organizer, Henry R. Wentworth, use. I W. A. D'Alemberte

latlons and""best wishes in the forthcoming them at the altar, where the double I of the Florida Press Association,1 I 323 W. Zarragossa street, of this city.COFfEE .i Stain Remover. Ir
and auspicious.'event of June ring ceremony will make them husband especially their stay in the glorious i i ; :"
Saphire country cf North Carolina, r Milk tea and coffee stains may be Druggist Apothecary, j. '
&th inst, A "little. memento or expression and wife. ,
Leaf Lard of our' collective esteem Only the bride's grandmother, Mrs. staying at home has its conpensa.1 I removed by moistening!: the spots with I II 1. t.

I might have with propriety acompa- Moreno, in her handsome black gown; tions. I' the following mixture: : : To one part of I 121 I South, Palafox Street Pensacoii! Fla

niecd this letter, but the expressmansays her aunt, Mrs. Corrine Jordan who To a "fool, woman" the next best glycerin add nine parts water and one- ,- .-- t, ,
,i "too bulkY," 'hence this token for the first time in sixteen years, thing to being there, fs to know that I' bait part aqua ammonia. Apply witha .

I will await your.arrival' in the Crescent will lay off ,black and wear an exquisite some of "those present" remember her brush leave for half a dat. renewingthe BOSSO'S : iH
City. We trust the .comfort and ease gown of lavender and whitein In the "midst" ()f their festivities. And, treatment occasionally as it. driesin
IT IS PURE not compliment to her beloved niece "being one of those," the writer was We are the Pioneer cloth and ,
with clean
I which the token may provide may ; then rub a ; :
J prove too alluring,in tie future to 'deprive her uncle, Mr. Gilbson Moreno her made happy by the receipt of a beautiful Coffee Roasters of press after every bit of the dried substance Ice Cream Factory r t t
souvenir card from Hon. J. H.
all always Mr. "Wiillie" Fordham her .
us of the delight we and brother ; has been scraped away with a i
I of "Dear her cousin Miss Annie .. and Mrs. Humphries, from Toxaway, West Florida.McHUGH'S ,c S .
take -inthe company, Jordan in penknife. This treatment Is excellent I can furnish you cream .in ;
Joe." 'S blue, and other dear relatives nda Inn on Lake Toxaway where the"gang" any quantity. Satisfaction t
for dollies and for table linen in gen-
close friends will witness spent Saturday and Sunday. 'I .,
few the guaranteed. "' ,
'friends'nd. foes
and it is put up in From JOHN R. If.ARRELL. ceremony. eral.-IIousekeeper. PHONE1326 i ..
Miss Leah Hilbun, who has been i BLENDS I '
During the ?Miss: Ander.
C., B, PEE ceremony SAM BOSSO. Prop. ,,/;; :
I IHilbun .. I
5 and 10-lb. Tinsat F'W' GREGORY. ,son and :Mr. Heinberg wit softly render visiting! her sistar-in-law Mrs. Ike Scalloped' H. j ", '
i "Berceuse." leaves ,today for her home in, Chop some cold boiled ham and add ltr
A. C. 'lREEU\;
old wine and fine cake wil\} be Greenville, (Miss. I II some fine breadcrumbs pepper, salt
75c and $1.50. S H, M. 'MA.YO, Rare 4 I have no equal. A trial r :: I
A.. R. BUAKELY served from the handsome old china I IA'ery's a little minced parsley and some melted t .
It is essential "' A. E. MORPfiY.H. and quaint old cut glass wine bottles Everybody is going to Miss Sunda.rl Edna will convince the con- butter. Moisten with milk to a ;:1-
for her
E.. CHAMBERS; : and tumblers. heirloomsin the school class lawn Thursday.party noisseur that we soft paste and half fill some patty- Our <> H >
than S LEON IRWIN; family, after which Mr. 'Nathan and pans with the mixture. Break an egg "
ever during To Miss Ernestine :.Fordham. his lovely bride will leave. on the The Country Club* reception and make no extravagant carefully on the top of each dust witheppcr i1.: ., 1'.' '

I No. 216 E. Zarragossa. Street, noon train for New Orleans dance last night proved' a boon to and salt and sift some 'tJnelyI Delicious ; : '
warm weather to claims. Iraf
Pensacola. Fla. 1 In the Crescent City they will be society. The pavilion was utilized I powdered cracker over all Set in the

I It was learned th tJ.h little memento welcomed by the 'groom's parents' 'Mr. for' "dancing with great improvementin oven and bake until the eggs are well ,J,> f-f 11: 3

have pure cooking ia a handsome and luxurious and Mrs. Charles Nathan arid drivenat the temperature and the intervals Wholesale' and RetailGROCERS ; cooked, about eight minutes : f '
leather covered :Davenport once to their own home, ready;and were devoted to lounging on the gallery Foaming Soda t : ,

materials, This lardis I The roomS In th'e. delightful old completely furnished for theIf. imm' eating sandwiches sipping tea i j For RaU and )Hee. : t. i'

Moreno hom$ ara tastefully decorated diate occupancy. and conversation. I! The litest expedient for ridding a >, >

absolutely pure throughout in white and green and -:-$ 4- I house of rats ia the spraying of trong Flavored! with pure fruit :'. i.I ;'
!: this morning atlOrSO Rev' Father Fullerton JOHNSONNEILSENHOME.WDDLNG. Mrs. J. C. Pebley delightfully ,en- spirits of ammonia in boles and cracks syrups and served with i :
and is so guaranteed of St. Michael ,will unite' the tert&Ined the New City Flinch Tuesday and all kinds of reed in the sub base. Then spread the whiteof Is at once cooling, refreshing t 3 r .
1 couple who wit stand on the afternoon. Her special! guests : and nourishing. ,, : : '
young ,cloth ,
Stuffs.P111.10 an on a literallywth I
same spot'In, the big>i square: parlor, One of the prettiest home wedding was a trio of lovely young girls. MissMabji l i ; I '
red and tack over
!. surrounded_ by ,tlie..quailt: :'and price. of the season took place( last night at l Green Miss Flossie and (Miss pepper t n
furniture and iK&cabracthat the residence! of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Georgia Boyer. Mrs. Pebley will en- : holes, pepper losid Whitewash- made tn'
f lies graced the room when the bride's par- G johnson, the contracting parties tprtain. the Excelsior Flincb. this aternoon. yellow with copperas: theo Applied I :' !' ''"

"I ents, Dr. W. F: Fordham and beautiful being Miss, Addie _Corrine.Johnson. !, WaterWholesale t thickly to the stone and rafters In a I COFFEE, !d 1i/ '
Laura-sMereao-w united a 1I and Mr., Peter Kruten N0118en- I cellar, is also effective. : '- -

Sol Oahn & Go ,,! score Miss of years *gOt 'Rev,Father Brady The home 'was very ,arti8tca! Its Julia Knpwles was able to be Hot Biscuits! and Rolls every 'r>- 'i i ; i ii

I I of the navy yard also will "be Pfe3ent.I decorated: and at the appointed' hour down stairs last evening for the first l and Retail Wahln GUt Frama.. i, morning at 5 o'clock.. ;' i',!' r
The wide'reception. halt running the the bridal party entered preceded by, time since her illness. Water should 'never be put ou flit ; t.H.; "'

The Pure Food Store, I full length of the house with its by pretty little Susie Johnson ,sls;et frarn '. 'l'bt1Tsbottld 00.wiped with a ., j",
broad stairway; the 'long; narrow dining of the bride 'as flower girkfoUow.edby :Commandant Berry, of the oavy dry cloth or chamois.. Tfcte applies to fii
I roonrwiih its rare okJcut-tgHaas. SI!- :Miss Isabella Rivera maid 01 yard has been ordered to the Norfolk New Orleans Grocery, all metal and lacquered goods. :After :.

Southwest Corner Palafox and.I Iniendencla I' vet, and carved-iroed.-"at-jwell as the honor, who was accompanied: by Mr,, navy yard. a lacquered bed has once beea wet I Kandy Kitchen Cafe.q' : :, .1 ;
parlor, are decorated with vines msg E. Peterson the groom's beat iuau. and polished if Tnust' be contijauallypolished roi

;. Phones I 480 178 1 t nolias. ,ferns; daisies and pot plants Next came the bride Miss Addle: Mrs. C. W. Hagerman, who has been Jas.. McHugh ,, so the best plan) Is to keep: it t 104 5 P lafox, Phone 999 1 f 1 :
in New York but t all ;
tastefully ,carrying..out tae white and Johnson, and ,the groom, Mr. P. KNei.tsen ; rather ill not I .
,Rev W..Q. Vreeland.unitLajthme : dangerously so, Is expected horn dry as lone ai possible. : : '
color scheme 105. Proprietor.
I i I' green Miss Mildred: Anderson-will! preside) in the holy bonds 'wedlock.. -Thursday. Mr. Hagerman left yes Phone ''L t":



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I We Are 'Giving' :You- 'The 2'Specials -- .... _n._ _.'L _

Is The Title Good ? Opportunity to Make NFdr 5aln' $1500. 1 list of .Desirable -Property For Sale

: Neat cottage in good neighborhood _
Sure ,
Money x' .
: splendid shade'and;large lot. For few

.. days, only, A desirably: piece .of. property with 145 ft. frontage on E.

That's a question which should be asked' by 'every East Hifl!! Lots ". '- .' '" $1600.00For S Wright St., .CQnv nient to Union Depot with two store

one who buys property and answered to your per- % buildings afld'a dwelling: upon same. . .. .. . $" ,500
fect satisfaction before the trade is made. V j3 ? lots in block: 158, New city. two' blocks fronting 300 feet on "

These are beautiful lots for dwelling: Bayou, good house and several out- 25 beautiful lots fronting both Baylen and Palafox streets, oa

at $60 $70 and $80. purposes. bouses.-wharfj' alL under fence good North .Hill ...k ,.- '.". :;... ." . . . .. . 4i000
-; water: Th's: also to be sold quick. It

We Can Tell You If Lots 1 to '5 block 148, New City:,,if is a bargain the price. Large onestorydwelling" on DeVilliers street, near Garden St.,
$ J.00 CASH sold at once, $175.00 per lot. ,List tour$ property with us for sale. with "lot 59x180. .' ..'' %: .. . . .. .. 3,350
', .' :Money to 'loan in large/ or small
:' amounts. Ten lots.in block 250,: New City Tract each 40x13H2" . 800
Lots :16 to 22, block 65-;w st .King -

Title ''and' 50 .week Tnct, \$350.00. *' ::. Block 120 New City Tract, containing 20 lots convenient to

Is Good cents. per' ,, ""4, "V i L. S. BROWN & CO. East. Hill street car. line and also Bayou; .. .. .. . 3,000

:We have any number of lots In good > '
t' Two-story-dwelling on North :Barcelona St., near Gregory. .
No Taxes locations. in any, .part. .t.of. ',town' desired. '; ; 2,500
To any piece of property in Escambia County for the i
Northwest'quaI1e of block 60, West King Tract containing six

chased past century from us and is a guaranteed quarter, and as any to title property or no trade.pur- No Interest! For. particulars and prices apply toMcDavidHyer WANTED lots. ... .' .7". . .. .". . . . 450

Charges reasonable for making abstracts. I have 300 lots ''at'above f WANTED-To buy 10 to 40 acres of Two cottages on West Zarra' ossa. 'St., centrally located and

I surburban 'property close to Pensa- good'renters! for the two. . . .. . . 1,250
prices and terms. They will cola.. Give lowest cash price with 10-;
Large one- tory and a. half dwelling at 331 East Intendencia St.,

Pensacola. Investment Company, for.double in value before". ,paid '. Company' la cation., Journal..' "Real, Estate, care 3june2w-Pensaco- lot 40x170 .. t .. .. . . . . . 1,200

A. H. D'ALEMBERTE I i W 'TED-All owners, or poultry to!I
Manager.R. DO YOU KNOW that you can buy
know that.'we are-agents for the i & WATSON
in this manner and never Agent'New York HOOTON :
W. g. INOWtIS, President B. SIMPSON, Secrahr/ the ebrated Conkey's Poultry Remedies I
miss ?
J.L STILLMAN, Y..Prex. and Gen. Manser.Ratal KNOWLES flYETra1sar3r. j DO YOU money KNOW that 'great, many. Life. Insurance '.Company. Guaranteed to cure rupe cholera Leading Rea! Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.
/gape; and to kill fleas, lice and mites.
people throw away more money in a .
Estate, Loans, General Investment '
I week than it will take to 'b y'one of. 8 E. Government Street. Also''their wonderful egg producer F. PHONE 54' 'NO 37 S. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L."
& Co. Phone No. 234.ISapr. .
215 South Palafox Street Pensacola. Florida. these lots. Are you one who does? S. Mellen
Phone '7CO. .
DO YOU KNOW that if you' buy a Pensacola Fla. I

few of these lots that you are not only

-_._-- --- -- saving little money each" week or 'WANTED-We want your orders! for -- -
Art C..t ndars. Over 300 !
1907 original

month but that before finish paring
Will for tha lots you buy -you can AGoodPro1itinThis. designs to select from. All HOTELS.. _
F Double In SURELY! 'SELL for a handsome profit prices. Mayes Printing Co.. Pensacola. awuwl.nnJwnJt i .jwJu ini-uiii rM >n "''I i

possibly! DOUBLE WHAT YOU PAY? 16eb. THE CEDARS-Summer boarding
house. Open all summer (fo.i

WAl.vrEIJmarried couple wants al! fishing and bathing. For rates ;1.

cottage or part of cottage on water:' dress Mrs. A. R. Shipley Man Es'n..
Value Inside front!for the summer .months. Either DONTE4S5AGOOD Fla. 3JlIiH\\; '
furnished or unfurnished. Give terms
..I I and particulars in first letter. Ad- I RLAIt8T HOTEL CLOSED The Ellis> Hone
Block. 368. 404. 9 lots In block H closed May 31 and will remain do*
Phone 462. Fisher Building I 373 and 2 lots"in (Iblock 319, ,dress Summer care Journal. ljune ed permanently. Mrs. L. E. Monr:,

T of a Year :New City. Will sell all if SITUATION WANTED- book- Proprietor, Milton. Fla. 3jma; :*

0- sold quick at. : .. ...$700.00On ;. keeper, audits opens, closes keeps COMMERCIAL HOTEL DFuma.-i

wanfedWANTEDIN small sets or any temporary work. F. .Y') Fla.-New management; newly: fiir.

That is what a great deal of real es Wiest room Romana houses in street the, four 5 W. Riley, 204% S. Palafox St. 30may nished; free bath and sample room-'

tate in Pensacola is 'going to do and I ESCAMBIA COUNTYALA. best renting section of very the .WANTED Your stenographic work. good meals and good beds. Twi4;

some of it is in the following list; I city, with good prospects Pensacola Typewriter Exchange, ing men especially solicited. Rat {fJ

Half block In New City fronting Save both by conferring with ua ., ESCAMBIA COUNTY, FLA..OR. for an increase: the value j 315% S. Palafox St. Phone 379. per day. Mrs. M. H. Stanley. Prop
Calalonia square .. .. .. I I when out to buy REAL ST ATE. Se SANTA ROSA COUNTY! FLORIDA of the property, houses all 23may, Raise 'theMoney'

Half block in East King Tract$750'1'I us about some of- the following: e1|I : ::1, new. . . .$6000.00 by whatever means you can and buy McCASKILL HOUSE, Freeport F 9.I-! .-
Store N. DeVillier FROM ANTED-The public to know tha Good beds.
street renting FIVE TO TEN THOUSAND I -- { meals 'good Patronag*
these Romana street,
neighbohood.$700 two lots on
I' for $180 'Per year. .. ... .$1500 T Lst:: your property with me and I wd can do all kinds of repairing' : between Cevallos: a'nd 9th s'ze' of traveling public solicited; Rai-'S
One-fourth block on Toledo square.I House on North "C" street cheap'ACRES OF LAND WITH FIVE TO will{ sell it.MONEY float building, norse shoeing, etc. J. avenue, : $2.00 per day. Mrs. M. McCaski I,

New City. .. .. .. .. .. .$800 at. ... ... .. . ,. .$60! _ G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feJ: 80 feet by 100 feet. Large and extensive Proprietress. -Tin-;
SEVEN YEAR TURPENTINE PRIV5 improvements will shortly be
House on East Ara'gon' street only -. at the! market rate of in.. ,
Lots on 11th and 12th avenues, New -'j I
City at .. .... .. .. .. ..$200 ... .. .... ... .. .$ ILEGE, WHICH WILL CUT AT terest on city real estate. !, WANTED-Young men and young WOol, these made lots in this are -section bound to of increase the city greatly and PARK HOTEL-Why pay $250 p->1'
98 acres of good farming land, a i men to enroll with us for a course; day when you can get as good rooi I>>
:200x132! ft feet on East. Hill carline bargain at .. .. .. .... .$1ooa LE ST.FO. T.Y BOXES .PER in stenography or bookkeeping and in value. and bed for 50c. Coolest place ia
I . . . .$1250 I. .. .. lEor QUICK SALE at.$250.00dlall
I. Four blocks in West :
Kng Tract, PENSA.I qualify for good positions! in the fall.I Pensacola, and you can go out and getwhat
Lots in East King/ Tract or West'' each . _. .. . .$1000 ACRE. THOS. PEBLEY, We have more calls for business students : and see our large and attrac- you want to eat. One block from
King Tract very cheap and on easy j We have numerous other properties -! I J.V.. Bullock Jr. than we can supply. Phone 900 tive list of property. r postoffice. :22may! \
terms. Improved property in West,[ listed with us and it would pay: for special summer rates, day or evening
1 f'
Kng! Tract, netting 10 per cent. on in- you to consult us before making your I I .. _, _. ,_ : Room 405 Thieseri .. l sessions. Pensaeola; Business College OF "C C* STREET. NOW FOR SUMMER BOARDERS: -The Hot>'!

vestmentSee investmentWe Bldg. ; .. .. SALE. Hyatt is now open for spring and sum
us in regard to Lake View are in receipt of advices from HELP WANTED MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWESTMARKET mer trade. People who wish to .*.*:

Property. Prettiest place in Haven New, the fire insurance companies' represented'by ._.__ __.______ ._' _._ :'._.._:.___---- : ,Phone 161... 'ANTED-Agents to handle a novel RATE OF INTEREST; I and build up, the Hyatt is the p'd.c".

City and is on Bayou Texar. us "That all :losses !in California :i. WANTED Young; ittan to take char; ty in alarm clocks. Apply at 502\2\ I MORTGAGES ON REAL ESTATE: IN Hotel Hyatt Is the best and most IJ'

'conflagration will be promptly of wrapping department"Must be 6th avenue, between Jackson and THIS CITY BOUGHT AND S9LD. i; to-date hotel north of Atlanta; W-

D. Hale paid and that THEY WILL CONTINUE 'willing to work. Apply at L. Fried: WantedwVuu'JtsLanJuu1swwwnnnMJwJtn.nJ.nnrjr. .- Gadsden streets. Sjunelw I tifully located; plenty to eat; r"i

: Wilson & Co. I TO .FURNISH ABSOLUTE] flan.. & Co.. ." ", 6juneI Fisher Real Estate Agency spring water; cool nights; perfe'.!
Phone 234 15 South INDEMNITY" AGAINST LOSS BY I healthy mosquitoes malady
Palafox I :, H. ALFMAN-TIn, Copper and Sheet ; no ; no *
FIRE AS THEY HAVE,DONE FO]: WANTED cook also washwoman: Iron cornice ,' Board and Rooms. I home-like place to rest: ; 87 raw"
W9rker ,
; work and skylights COLLECTION OF RENTS A
ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS. I Small family. Apply at once, 243 I north of Atlanta on L. and N. ramlro ...
a -
Protect your home and business E. Gregory St. 6junelw ; guttering SPECIALTY. |I j D. M.
Hyatt Proprietor GalOmaylm.
FOR SALE against loss by fire by insuring with .' and repairing, 315 South Palafox St. BOARDERS W AN'I'ED--.At: ;226'1: Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox St. i Ellijay,

WANTED' typewriter. Apply to Phone 560; residence phone 1316.' caniz- .street. ; nice, cool rooms. good I
... *'* 'i 2junelm. table-; terms reasonable. Mrs. Dora OLD MILL INN-on bay front. fpPr,
New eight room house with hall, 10th us.ESCAMBIA Department Steam' a l'Engineering: WANTED-D. B. White Donaldson. 27mayl6t June 1. Large, airy and lIghttu'!
Navy Yard. It wants your FOR RENT
REALTY ____ .
Ave. and 16th St. This place has to be CO., ,, hauling and transfer :work. Satis!;\ FURNISHED ROOMS to.with JW-- WWW__ ly cool. Good fishing, bathing ani
or without
seen to be appreciated .. .$1750 204/2 S. Palafox Street \\1ANTED-At' once, young man to faction guarnteed Address- 1501-N board. Central location, 1 block FOR RENTrrottage., furnished or boating. First class table. On PlL""
tile car line 15 minutes ride from ci'v.!
Lots 3, 4 and 5, block 140, NewCity. Telephone 1052. work in store. Apply The Tea Store. 9th Ave., or phone 390. from post ffice. Mrs. Mamie Cole, 116 unfurnished, on bayou for summer. boarders .
Regular and tran :
.. ... . . .1600 Life General Insurance agents Co.for. State of New, for York.Homa 6june. MATTRESSES RENOVATED W. Intendencia St. 23may2w* Fine water front for boating bathingand Terms reasonable. Address Old len Mi.l:;
fishing. Beautiful location
> near
Blocks 125 and 126, Petterson I
Addition Inn, Pensacola, Fla. 4iaay
water wtA\TED--&veral( carrier boys... Apply tick furnished if desired. Guaran. FOR RENT-One or two newly fur. car line. Address Cottage, care Jour.'
front new six room I at once to this omc teed. Crapet taken up and matting nished front rooms southern nal. june MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL -Clarke-

house on. same .. .. .$1,6001 Some 1 laid if desired. Leave orders at ure; with privilege ;of phone. expos-Loca- ville, Ga. Nestling among ttw moun.

_; Block 63, East King Tract .$2,600Lt WANTED-A cook; man or woman. Green & Watson. Phone 193. 7aar tion desirable and near business center FOR RENT-2 nicely furnished tains of North Georgia. An ideal p ar >

7 to 14. inclusive, block 171, Apply 227 E. Intendencia.. 3june3tI See the Pluto Water display at HOC 422 W. Gregory. 13maylw rooms for.. rent to gentlemen only. to rest Scenery and climate uns.iV';
: .. ton's Pharmacy. James McHqgh Apply to Mrs. Hester, 420 W. Chase passed. Beautiful walks and dr ves.
New City .. .. .. .. .$1,600
New Bargains GIRL WANTED: to work in tailor wholesale agent. ljunelm FURNISHED ROOMS-Centrally lo St. Phone 1095. 2junelm 365 feet piazzas. Accessible t<> nuav

shop. One with experience prefer cated. Best rooms in the city; cool, I points of interest. No mosqui'! <, ,.
;i J.A.WILSON&Co red. Apply C. Abt,. 137 E. Intendencia. WANTED-Everybody to call and clean beds. Apply 128% East Government FOR RENT-A. R. Bingham has star.I J Excellent table. I9nia; :> ln;-

in Sjune see the Perfect Pantry. Lawhorn St. 4maylm age room for rent, suitable for furniture -
Real Estate Agents and Blackburn agents, 109 E. Government or .other goods. 104 and 106 r BROWN HOUSE-DeFuniak Spnn,,'.

: BRANCH MANAGERS WANTED-$20 I street. 27maylm* THREE PLEASANT ROOMS to rent' South Tarragona street. Phone 638. Good beds, airy rooms! elegant!

Salisbury Building, Room 7 cash weekly. Live at home. Experience with privilege of light house keep meals; free bath and sample roon..
Lots I
City unn eS33.ry. No canvassing. WANTED-A 12 or; 14 foot skiff. Apply lag, 301 W. Chase. 3apr FOR RENT-A nice 5 room cottageon Special attention to traveling niP:!.

Enclose stamp for particulars. Aluminum stating particulars and price. N. Spring.St., with-bath.gas, etc. Rates $2.00 per day. J. R. liTO\\!'.

8 LOTS one block from 16th Hanger Co., Chatfield, Minn. Thos. C. Watson, 37. S. .Pala ox. PLEASANT place to board on North at 1500. Inquire fisher Real Estate Prop.

REAL Ave., car line. beautiful location 3junelm. 27 may : Hill on car line. Address No.8, Agency. ljune -- --

ESTATE forborne., if .taken at ? OUR MOTTO:-Honest weight and care Journal. 27mar 'I I HOTELS AND BOARDING Hon; -:SI

once a. .: .. .. . .. Bargain !WJ.\NTED-r50 Laborers. Apply 'it ionest dealings. California Evaporated Olj newspapers at five cents a bundleat FOR RENT-IA six room house furnished -Before laying your carpet or mating
once. "Goulding Fertilizer Co. 27m from now until October or,I buy a supply of old newfipapJI
Peaches, 15c pound 2 Ibs. this office. They clean !
ENTIRE BLOCK, 219 West I I per are
longer. and electric lights. Address to put underneath and protect it OnlY
BARGAINS King Tract. ... .. . .$400.00 WANTED-Men and boys wanted to, lOc for 25c per;Ibs.California, :3 Ibs. for Evaporated 25c fine London Prunes and nice. :Mrs. M. P. Powell Box 42, Ever-:'I five cents a bundle at this ofnFERRELL >"

8 LOTS in block 109, West King I I I learn plumbin'g, plastering,. brick-- ; green, Ala. ,3 .
: Layer Raisins 2 Ibs. for 15c; Heinz Apple maYIW.1 I HOTEL-Sneads. Fnr1i.Rates : .
Tract..o. .. . laying. Special offer life scholari Money to Loan.
FOR REN'F--ira. .
Butter FC. Swift's
$250.00I i ship fifty dollars, per crock 40c. E. B. Hoffman 1 _.. place,I I I $2.00 per day. Nice rooms
23 LOTS In block 126, in West I I i i I position union easy payments & Son'57 E. Gregory St. Phone I just 3 miles out, west of, city over.I I I good beds, table the best J. M 'ifell. -
and card
: "'OUr property sold and rents collected King Tract, . . . .$700.00 free guaranteed:,, ,825. 15maylmWANTED. : MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows looking the bayou Chico. Large Prop. I7sprHJTEL
catalogue. Coyne Bros: Trade I I ,
and prompt returns made I(I money from Jno. A. Hall & roomy house. Just the place to spend .
on same. 4 LOTS in block 45
West King I Schools !
New York
ChcagovSt: LoulISmayly. .
'I Give me a call. Remember the place. Tract, if'taken at once, I|i ,. .. .-All kinds or electrical Co., 16 E. Government street Wheuiii the' summer. Apply to W. E. Cater. VERNON-Rates $2 P": /
per '
'. Office No. 12 E. Government street in lot. . .. . .$ 70.00 work. I sell all kinds of electrical need call on us. Sfeblm : at Gas office. 30may-J3 I Special rate by week. Special a1.-
Music House. A few WANTED Everyone to know that batteries and other electrical tention to traveling men. Fr e =an-
% bargains to offer supplies. MONEY LOANED FOR SALE OR '
today. Homes and other property for sale The Journal has nice, clean old papers Wben you need me .ring 345 or 955. on all kinds of.per-; RENT-rA five'room!! pie room. Mrs. J. P. Mauldin, ?i'<9loapr. .
ponal property on short cottage'with. !bath and .
notice. .
I in of .
all parts the city. gas. No.
for sale E. .W. Peake Star .
cheap. Only five centsa new Laundry build- Terms J. B. Gray & Co. 1107 E. Cervantes .
2 W. street Two ---------- -
5 lots Dallas Tract . . .$250!f Money to Loan on good real estate bundle. lug..E. Garden. iSdee. Romana. Phone 1165. jfeb from street car. Apply to H.blocks W. HOTEL SOUTHERN-open all 'ne
C4 lots Block i19, W. K. .400 I! at market rate of interest. American ,r-
Tract ;I jselurity WANTED-First-class oarberfor cOlored COURT HOUSE DYEING.! Pressingand Gibbs, care ot Forbes Store. year. and European p.
!23 lots block 126. Wl K. Tract. ..700 i Cleaning Club, 212 N. DeYilIersS,1. MONEY good real ea-- 26maylm. Special summer rates. First-class :a
6 lots block 45, W. K. Tract... trade. Ring 10101 ring .or tate security or on good collateral,
560 Pleasant row-
., Mrs. T.'J. Davis; Prop. Your every respect. and
call at Sylvester patronage
.; 8.lot block 171 N. C... .,. .. .Bargain Thos.Pebley Campbell Store neardummy solicited;' satisfaction at lowest' rates. Leslie E.. Brooks FOR RENT-VTwo story 8 room l1otl e lent. Mrs. T. L. Bowen Prop ? n-
8 room house, Gadsden street.. 3600 Warrington, Fla.:* teed Careful attention given ladios' Fisher building 21Jan with gas, hot and c ld'water, and alII sacola, Fla. iP'
24 apr! .
other modern,
; conv
2 houses. Barceloua.1900 Addressor -
PHQNE 559. garments. Phone 1222. SfeUWL4aNTJ.Carija'ges
Ii room house on 7th ave'..H. .'. .1200 MONET LOANED on. all kinds of personal apply 4t E. Chase .street. lOaVay CENTRAL HOTEL, CHiPLEY--Op
:: .A beautiful home. new. on car I'I 'repaired and re property 'on short notice. depot Large and well lgav'l!
line.. .. .. . ..,_ ., ....' 2500 arJuvwLWJJtr.n.nrLrLr.t at s. .s'trrr 1 p n.ted.lI.oats; built" to' order; horse Term easy.Palafox JJ.: W. St.Bullard. upstair FOR R.ET---Elegant two-story residence rooms. Free sample room. Me.ils 3'
shoeing! specialty.. J. G. Welsh Car- 28%- South ; Phone 1144. all hours. Special attention tra,'
corner Strong
C room, house, E. Cervantes, 2 I FOR SALEAll SUNLLMITE1J and Sprin Sis.I I to
z blocks from car line.. ..' ....1400People's WJANTED\ >-.Ybu to save time and mon riage.Co. 27feb Cnor Apply_ to C. H. Turner.. lOmay i elin'g mer $2.00 per day. J. M T.g'
ey by seeing Geo. B. Ivey & Co., 520:: Vs amount or. to gle, Prop. J.3Riar.u:
money FOR
kind of real estate for sale or ANTED.-Ele.ctrlc work ot ah kind. ioaa 'RElTw very desirable
6th avenue, between Jackson and
rent. North Hill and East Hill 'vacant Lee ns clean! your fans reair'our on all kinds .of personal property> stores on first floor of Manhattan CHIPLEY HOTEL <;an Serein i.
: f 'lots Some very choice ones at Gadsden streets to \buy. clocks and dynamo, do: jour wiring, etc. Paoaa Special.rates to,business men on large hotel, Col'JlerGarden and Bayl Prop. Special attention to commercial
watchs. n
good- bargains- for homes'or-- investment .-- ---. Sjunelw, 870.- '.Pens ola Elecirii Co.. 205 S. loans TheNew York Loan Co.. 204% Just completed. and 'arranged in first: travelers. Free sample and ;,ab!

WELL BUHJD HOUsEs-on..i* Baylen. ol1tb: Palafox. 'I: class shape. For terms; particulars rooms. Large rooms with good pe-n.

It- Real Estate or One warehouse large lot site.on R.One R. good water factory front I I plan, or cash. You' own'tall1ment the I I ANTED.-The Merc&anti Transfer u --1 etc., apply. Hboton 6 Wateon. 29Anr $2 per day. _.I3mana

lot that a purchaser could make no: lot I furnish the money and build th' Co. wants your moving and auUn;. ,LOST FOR RENT-Second" story over Un- BAY HOTEL. Open night! and daTe*
f andCollecting mistake to buy. One 40-acre farmanj house. You pay monthly,.'same aa Alt breakage guaranteed. T. B. T&or ---r fl--1Juwu1nnwttJtr fl deaBtrutfc'i Jtwcjry store. Suitable i European plan. Rooms light &*

one of 160 acres both near Pen I rent, in a short time hou* is youri.Pay MB. Pr u. Phone$T8.: ISJuaelm.WANTED. DIAMOND -CTUD-Thought: to have: for offices, le8pfjrl quarters or storage clean. Trapslent trade soilc! d.

f ii sacola. '1 rent 20 years, it still belongs to .-The pablk' to know that been left" envelop "at bathing payilioBi rooma. Lee DaaielL 24apr 575-579 S. Palafox. J SSe S. Nkolu! ,
Agency Four choice brick business houseson the other man. Will ,al IO put ..down old newspapers can be bought 'at Santa: Roa. beach. Liberal reward 'I Prop.

Palafox St. for sale. Fine investment wells with good pump.' 2-inch galvanized this 'office for five cents % bundle. They for return -to F. -.S.. care' Journal 11 FOR RENTrrS-room.: !*tory: Cottage

Phone 476. property. Few choice offices pipe, with bra4 cylinder-atta. h. are all clean and nice. officef. :: 5jun'e3t 318 W. Belmont.Apply to Walker -
;T for rent merit, will .vater.-flyfromf a.wtll Ingraham. : April20
.. 1.OST--IPOInter pup atout 6 weeks old. Found _
I 40 to 100 ft. deep: and "a child WANTED.-To sell a lot-of-old papersat _
f Turpentine men--all-get rich and I so easy While 'with liver colored head: and WANTED..-Real
5c a bundle. at this of JSrtat9 tor sale
Apply *
have good turpentine business for can pump It. Coats but .little..more spot' 'on 'left "shoulder =and back. Reward o ?"'" s'
FOP Farm Turpentine: fice. They are all whole, clean and rent lea a or exchange. Your business i FOUND-Calico pony. For :in
t cheap.< 15 boxes than the old dirg well. All satisfactory .
sale crops plenty return '
nice. for 'to Dorsey Fullwood, respectfully solicited J. A. WITson I tion apply at stables at For' B =- -j
t Timber Lands round timber leae! on which together before you pay a cent Get my 1200 -E.St. 5junelw : -
Real Estate cas. 5JIITr' -
Agent, 22ft W. Government
with boxes good seven years longer. prices. F. .M. Williams. Contractor I
f. LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITY WANTED-A. R Bingham want street, Room 7. Salisbury
Write call and and Builder Thiesen'Build
or see schedule of Room 80S :: .
i LOST' "'Pansy breast pin with diamondin "
L Call on or Address Phone your toovlng'and'hauling. .He CO"antees building.. Phone 172. 23Jan AUCTION SALE.
property. ing.; 802, 1 ring. ljunelm 'c nter lost Monday either on -
all breakage. Phone 630. ---. CAR LOAD MILK COWS SATl.R.DAV -
!'I Turner & Aymard depot car line. on Tarragona or rail
H. f. CRAWFORD WANTED-Copying or office work to SITUATION WANTEDExpert'bOok-. road wharf, or possibly at WIttich's A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for JUNE 9, AT 10 A. M. AT MC;
Rest Estate and Abstrat Co. rent suitable for fuidture or.other MILLAN & TURTON'S STABLED
: do in afternoon.. Address W care ,
office Address : for '
; eeperand general man. boon -Reward return this office.30mayl2 .
; P. 0. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs, Fla 315/ South Palafox Street. Journal .. ; Sjunelw* X'care Journal. 20maylw goods St. Phone, 104 aad18 610 $ South Tarragona WEST INTENDENCIA. STREET.
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-- For Sale WWlMJ For,Sale- rLrLr.rnfltflJtM_ McMillan Bros. Co.' MARKETS fi.................................................... I Legal Advertisements I

SAlE-Finest car load of horses FOR SALE-Poultry farm'near Big c .

fO II' ,_ "ei-eived in Pensacola. -McMilrurton Bayou, eight acres under fence. It Ib Escambia County Circuit Court-

.JJ:! & : West Intenafencia St. Good boating fishing and bathing. F. AUSLEY CO.'S REPORT AUJLEY 6 COMPANY j State of Florida. In Chancery. RosaA.

)lil'foR N: Howell Warrington.. Fla. Liverpool Cotton Market. Kimball vs. Frank H Kimball Bill

Sjunelw! Wheat.- .,,. for Divorce. On Monday the 6th day
SALE-Remington typewriter. Oloit of August, A. D., 1906 the defendant:
," care Journal. junelm MARINE' AND Jan..r.b.... ...............................6.64 : COMMISSION BROKERS i ii:1 Frank H. Kimball ,
0 Hl'lu STATIONARY ENGINES J'eb..KaJ'..................... ............ 565 is required to aptpear
for sale. Wonder Gasoline Kar.-.A.pr1l.................................5.55 to the bill filed against him here;
;; S\LE-Retail grocery store Engines are the simplipst, strongestand J.pr1l.Kar.: ....... ....-- ................. i:1: II' WEST INTENDENCIA FLA. i in. This'! order to be published onc
Apply best STREET
.own. town. engines.on the market for M&y3un.,. 6.73 each week for eight ((8)) consecutivs
f 5june16l'See the money. Send for catalogue. Ed Ju.n.-Jaly -...-.. 6.73 I. weeks in The Pensacola Journal. a t '

_____- B. Banks Pensacola. Phones 1377 .1u1.Luruat,...... ................. .... ...8.73\ t newspaper published in said Escambia' "
the Pluto Water display at Hcoton's and_ __ 577. Professional! .A.u..SepMm-.........................'5.67enbetOeober i Private Wires N. Y.. N. 0.. and Chicago.COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS. County. A. M. McMillan, Clerk Cir
Pharmcy. James McHugh, .. 3june1.m1:j Directory $ ............ .......... 5.59 i cult Court. By L. G. Aymard D. Ci i : -

'boiesa.t\ agent IjuneimogALEwe FOR: SALE-Herd fine Jersey dairy:,- n ww __-, OftOber-KOTem ................ ......1.55 Pensacola, Fla.. :May 22. 1906. r 4 i ,

.cows with, well established milk Ko\.mbv.Decembe. .......... ........ ..1.54 i (Seal) 23mayoaw8 1
;: .
have a lot of keg', route. No competition. Cows and' T G YATES M D toMBtTMr-JuuiT ........ ...............5.54 { ;

suitable for flower pots and other business first class condition. App WI l4T rpool Spots 605. f

purposes; also a lot of whiskey, syrup S.; A. Taylor, Century, Fla. 3Junelm I i Bought! and Sold on Margin or for investment : Aattachment Notice. i '
New York Cotton Market
other barrels which are suitablefor OPTICIAN Notice Is hereby .
and Open High Low i given of the insti. i

packing crockery or fish and cured FOR SALE-Large single cutundertop 306 THIESEN BUILDIN January 10.41 n.M 10.31 Gloss 10.88 : : Reference f : First National ind Peoples Banks. Phone 11 73.J| | tution of an attachment suit by Mrs; : !
jneais.! \\V buy all kinds of barrels deUvery wagou, suitable for March 1041 lOu 10.43 E. B. Hester against Reginald Hester; ':
am! re-cooper and clean them. Sup- light two horse. First class make and :July W.63 10.62 10.46 10.19: : ........ In the Circuit Court of the First Judi.

.pl!\ alwa>- on hand. If you need any in good condition. Can be seen at WM. D. HOWE, August 10.J9 10.49 10.88 10.42 cial Circuit State of Florida, in and

Barrel?, or) have any for sale ring us wagon yard, opposite Dubuisson. E.1 a October..m.....,.10,40 19.4D 10.28 JUt< for Escambia! County and the said defendant i
up Phone 235, residence phone 591. Intendencia. Address Wagon care ATTORNEY, AND COUNSELLOR December;W,".....10,43. '10.43 iO.29 10.S4! :, and all other persons interested J

ppusacola Cooperage Co.. Geo. A. Journal._ ijune3t 14'/2' EAST, GOVERNMENT ST.DR.J.H.MOCK. Stw York Spoif, 11.25 are required to appear to the action .

Yucovich Pres., No. 9 S. Alcanlz. .. I I New Orleans'Spots,, ,10J on the 2d day of July A. D. 1906. R. :
ITmajlni FOR SALE-Fine'hotel-site;' best' s1t: IPay P. Reese, attorney for plaintiff. :;

uatlon.; in the, ;City for>a.tourist hotel Open .. .Bik- ., Low Gloss By Check 14maroaw3m. j. :.
FOR SALE-A lot of old newspapers. iSOffeet(>> fronting south by 172 feet Jt17_.....-8I" 81" so 80% .
bundles convenient for ... ..... 8) t
Put up in deep on East Government street, over Sept.. .80/ >i 7 jy ..
('carrying Only five cents per bundle. looking Seville square and' Adams '!I 0- Corn. In Escambia County Circuit Court\- j ,

AppK !th.!! street with open view of Peni acola OpRich. Low Ci... .1 Pay your bills in a business-like manner- State of Florida. In Chancery- Mary }

office.Foa bay 10,000 'will buy the property, 1117. ......._4tf 49% 49'i' ; 491gept by check. It greatly facilitates the conduct Huggins'"S.. Edward Huggins. Oi| f '
CITY )[ \ SAL"E-Hooton & lapr.. 1'Miscellaneous ............49H __ _. 49 '9" Monday, the 2nd day- of July A. D' Y
\VatsoM! have just received a large j. of f. your business both private--and commerI I 1906 the defendant Edward Hugginj 1 1h

isupp!> i1 the latest city.maps, showing Ntw York Stock Market cial, while at the same time your funds are required to appear to the bill filed

,n or the subdivisions.: The maps aredfimi ". .< : Opo, aoselQubh against him herein. This order to bt I

: ; and down to date and are C fli WJWn.t nnnnr .ao..S-, 110" C1Oopper. absolutely safe. .. .. . .t publshed once. each week for eight ;
counted on heavy linen. Regular NOTICE Having Wr.r.n.tnjnn.r.rc installed machines t.rutrjtrtj- ..........;...;..;..:;..... log \oayt 1 Business conducted through.a bank is always consecutive weeks in the Pensacola :

price.: J250; special price on lots ofVH for : .J.. 8.R.. 1S6H 138Akh Journal a newspaper' published in .;,.
the manufacture
or more to agents or real estate iron galvanized' .... 90i 60A.B more dignified. Even if-y uuseyoutmoney' said Escambia County. A. M. McMillan
Hooton & Watson. cornice skylights ctorntce':, gutters' 157 158H from Clerk Circuit Court. L.
cen 8may week to week and month to By
circular moul ings. fc., I\m now K.B T.i.... 84, 84Htrie D. C. F1a
G. Aymard, Pensacola .
prepared' to do sheet net w&k of 1. 0 ........................ 108 iosi month, 1906. .
: April 23rd _,
FOR SALE-Large icebox, suitable ,
all -kinds snort : 4d
on. ; notiqe,jSaJJsfac. 46 '
for groc2ry store, or market and tion -..assuredEsUmates: en rfullV a.!'.I ..........., .... .64 61H 25 Apr-oaw-8-w. ,
soda fount with 20 syrup cups. All in Dental ....... .... .. Pay It Out Through This Bank
given :in work in'or outsl good: condition. Will sell cheap or B. Vetter, 18 "W. Yntendencia. V.t. fttltnoii.i.;.',. 10672' '108" .. NOTICE. .

exchange for other property. Apply Phone698. :_ :-SSmaylm and BridgeWork a Spechlty. .-. 29tf 2L.AW.4 '} The returned checks are 'legal'receipts for; Notice is hereby given that on the ,
T J Bucey. 1021 Ninth avenue. -- Painless Extracting of Teeti 150,4 J60
SANTA ROSA . ............ bill 9th day of June, A. D., 1906 I will ap
Tma>lm -Pavilion, L. _S. S. of. 2S/2 S. Palafox St L.& ... 1rn 773M every you pay. Hon. Henry
ply to Bellinger, County !
fers the best .P..a..n.e
accommodation SClr
for 96
and 9 Old % '
Armory .. ....... Judge of Escambia County, Florida j
FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire bathing\and recreation to be' found on L C. 180% 18I4 .
Phone 1077.
hogs; best .of breeding. Ask for the Gulf of Mexico. Launch'Leclair Cau.Pac............;. 161 11OJr. for an order authorizing the sale at
.T.0 140% private sale, of the interest of Bar. 11 .
Carl -
catalogue. Setterlind Chipley leaves city wharf daily at S:00 a. m.
P.0 ...'.. ... 9J 92H bara Ard, Ruth Ard Annie Chestnut .
Fla.FOR Phone 659. Chas
JI.. Burton Mgr. ........ Axd Delia Ard Ard
DIRECTORY S'D'Q ?. ;? 144 143>i Dan Henry and
SALE OR RENT-Two lighters; 12may. 8p ...,......... .;.......... 176 174HB.B. fIRST NATIONAL'BANK Alonzo Ard, minors, in and to the following !. ::
W Wflfl.W'fl.W4opp. .... ..................
one with capacity for 75 thousand ft. If you will look around the house, L I. :; .. 26% 26% described real estate to-wit: ;
No. 6 I. 0. 0. F.
lumber the other thirty thousand ca you will find a lot of ways in whicli Lodge, ....-.' 89 8S iT.O.L The Southwest quarter (iS. W. }4) of f
Joppa"Lodge, No.6. I. 0. 0. F, .....:.,.'.. 157 157 Northwest N. W.
pacity. Rates reasonable. Also two you can use old newspapers. You OF PENSACOLA, FLA.W. the quarter 14) of !
.... >
skiff boats for sale cheap 22 ft. long can buy them.in any quantity at this meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 I'tD.I1A 13d t 133 Section Thirty-eight! ((38) TownshipOne i
o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall. Belmont tr.f.......... ___ 153 150%
6 ft beams. Telephone or write J. A. office. They are put up in bundles, B. Kvowxxa,Pra B.7..K.HTXB.Ja., V.-Prea. and CaaMer. (1) South, Range Thirty-one ((31) ;
Chaffin & Co., ,Milton. Fla. 25mor: convenient to carry ,and sold at five and Baylen, street. Visiting-Jsrethren: T. W. BUT and W.N. BOBBRTS, Assl. Cashiers. West, containing forty acres more or 1
cents per bundle.MATTRESSES aro cordially invited. Ausley & Co./. Daily Cotton Letter. D iCTOBS-P.,C. Brent, W. A. Blount, W, H. Knowles, W. K. 'Hf r, ;Jr less, in Escambia county, Florida. :
OX THE HIGH LAND-East Hill elec. I T. H. FLEETWOOD N. G. New fork, June 5.-Liquidation for D. G. Brent. Annie Ard, Guardian of estate of sail ;

tric car line six lots 100 ft. front AND FURNITURE. J. W. GINGLES, Sec. long account and some short selling minors. :May 9th 1906. .
Mattresses made to order old held the market under pressure for ,
!by) 137H deep, corners (700 Inside ; ones 3ljan6m. ; 9mayaow4w.
)lots $600. There are no better situauons renovatei, New ticks furnished. the' most of|tb.&, i sion. Foreign cables .

: than these Iota. A. V,., Clubbs. Second hand furniture bought and Pensacola Lodge, NO. 3. K., of P. gave>etM iicd of Tree selling and I

sold. Upholstering! and repairing done. meets everyj'Moaday, evening, at 8 quiet spot market. No. 5603. REWARD

JUST RECEIVED-Large snipment of 114 E. Belmont St. city- phone 771. o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall Th ,goyorjynenV report Is regarded C.W. UM"MTPresident JOHN PFEIFFER, Assistant Cashier. $100 4 4A

imported Olive' Oil. Retail by pint, Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. favis. 'Mgr. over Pou stable, W. Inten4encla St. ag 'favor .ble while s feome observers M,E.CLARK. ,Vi Vice-President Cashier. J. W. ANDREWS Assistant Cashier. reward of $100 will be given for ;
gallon: or larger quantity. G. Morasso construe It otherwise. The weather "" .
TAILORING: L. 'Dlamond Tailor Visiting. brethren cordially welcomed. the capture of Jaqe Haney escaped
Co. ship
; and1 701 foretkst
i. grocers. and today favorable
South PalafoL 4ocL Gents: clQthlng cleaned, pressed and 'J. A. KIRKPATRICK, C. a map THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK from convict camp. Description: J
with good-rains reported'some sections -
repaired on short notice. No. 11% H. HORSLER_ K. of R. &.S of the western ..belt. Eastern feet 7 inches; 130 pounds; medium ,-

FOR SALE -Improved and unlmpro- West Government" 5+..., Pensacola. Fla, belt promIse to foe partly cloudy and build; age 21; carriage erect; brown i
ed property In all parts of_ the city. ldec.L i:, ( A.1 Meetings. vOf the showery: .- -- OF PENSHCOLA nIL eYes. black hair; complexion black; 1
J, Wilson &.Co.. Real_ Estate Agents Knights of Columbus weather 'form DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. medium forehead; medium ears; round
J. H. sallmafcer The will continue to
Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone Palafox PORTER street. :Orders 716 taken South are 'beld at-their'hall the basIs for 'trading purposes and the CAPITAL STOCK, $$200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. nose; medium mouth; good teeth; i
ii?. 23jan for No. 8 West Intenden. round chin; short neck; square Shoulders {
tents awnings,camp stools and trend cf the'iiarket dealings on the
cia street on every DIRECTORS. ; length of feet 10 inches; vaccl
cots. etc. Prices"reasonable.. whole are1 mostly of a very professional :
KR) S.-\LE-Three yoke of oxen and 3lan. Monday -
evening left
At nation scar on I arm.
I character; but more activity is noticed Henry L Covington, Frank Reilly F. E. rawner,
log cart; good team good condi. SHIP 7:30 o'clock. An inTitatl %
I ,
Oert- by commission houses with.sou; J. jrt. Pfelffer, W. 8, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar, -
lion and working every day. Price ing & Co.. whQlesale, :' V a is extended Cantonment.MAN .
and retail }
: ship T. F. J. R. Saunders
McGourln, ,
them Dunwody
$300. Call on or write J. A. Chaffin & .chandlers and to visiting Kuisbts.JiJDHN: connections\ ; Prices may work Bryan
grocers only first-class W. H. Milton, 0. E. Maura,
M. ,
slightly lower within the near future, A. Avery
Co, Milton, Fla. 29aprlm E. JONES.
house of kind In city. Fair prices to all J. S. LiEONARD but no serious decline is anticipated. W. L. Cawthon Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzie Oerting,

FOR SALE-Lady's saddle, extra MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP Recorder., Grand -Knight. Any activity or unfavorable weather Alex McGovtln C. M. Covington M. E. Clark. : I

good; fine Shepherd dog; also WttlKe M3mB Proprietor: Furniture -. reports' would bring quick advance. Safety deposit boxes for rent at $J2.M, J3JO and $5.00 the year. Private department ,
brand new Century Encyclopedia and repairing of all kinds carpets Where will you and the maid i
in connection for the convenience of customers. J
Dictionary. Address 1102 East Gads-' laid, furniture packed for shipping' Daughters of Rebekah. DONTt! I I (Madam) and the Kiddies spend th(

den St., or phone 285. 9may Phone 63. Next to Tampa Landing. Naomi Lodge, No. 10, Daughters,of Don't let your child suffer with Four per cent interest Paid on Time Deposits. summer? .

22ApriL Rebekah meets every Monday nightat that cough when you can cure it with
AUTOMOBILES. am agent for the 8 o'clock in I. 0. 0. F. hall. Visit. Ballard's Horehound Syrup, a sure Why not take a flyer (Our Flyer]
Pope MJg. Co. and can sell autos CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. for Bronchitis to the finest Summer Country in thE<<
Coughs .
sisters Influenza
you Floats built to order. Horse ing cordially Invited to be pres cure ,- .
world? Cool and
from 500.00 up. They cost less than ent. 'Croup and Pulmonary Diseases. -
specialty. J. G. Welsh
horses to keep up. They can be run a CarriageCo. MRS. B. R. WITKOVSKI Buy a bottle and try it. i Colorado.It .
PBcsmn T. B.war.ts! VIO..PBaBIDU'r.
in sand or anywhere! a horse can go. MISS WILLIE KENDRICK, Sec. I B. B. Laughter Byhalia, Miss., R.1C. BUSHnFLiL: ,CABBIES. MANSFIELD IOR.NO Ass:?.Cisain only takes a day. Leave St. Louis ..
Leslie E. Brooks. writes: "I have two children who had on the Missouri Pacific at 9:00: a. ro.
croup. I tried many different remedies Citizens National Bankof
The next morning early you are In
FOR SALE-Ten new and second Pensacola, St..Andrews and M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first and but I must. say your Hore- Pensscola Florida. Colorado. !
second hand office safes different third Wednesday evening at 7:30 hound Syrup is the best and
p. Croup Write
is for
WRLC70R.Gee. :; Living Cheap. descrip.
sizes best makes at bargain prices. m., Raftord! Hall No 10. West "
Ecarritt Moreno office East Government Gulf 'Steamship _Go. dencia street Inten. Cough; medicine I ever used. W.Wright. MorrieBear. I.B.Welles. Bix M. Eobinson. L. Hilton Gre n. tion pamphlet-list of Boarding Houses


J. L. SWEENEY. Sec. NOTICE. ._-__ -- --------- -I_. LOW RATES i :i'I'
FOR SALE-Nice, clean old newspa: G. DARROVY, Master. Pursuant to the call of the Democratic ;
pers. All whole and useful at homeor FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER AND County Executive Committee -------- -- To Denver. July 9th to Hth account"meeting !

in your store. Only five cents per FREIGHT SERVICE Pensacola Lodge No. 4, J. 0. 0. F. therewill be a second B. P. O. Elks. ;

bundle. -Beweu- Pensacola Lodge No. -4, L 0. 0. P., primary election held on e. To San Francisco June 24th t J
-11._ Jno. ",.....
PENSACOLA. MOBILE meets every Thursflar vexing at 7J30 Tuesday, the 12th 'day of June 1906 R ,Rt.CirY.,... cYA-'r; : e C.Wbolegale '-'. Sell',. July 6th. '
FOR SALE-Fine pot flowers. at the new hall on Belmont and Bayl fQr the purpose of nominating candi- and Retail Dealer to To Colorado and Salt Lake City all

Apply 1408 E. Gadden! St. or phone COLA- CARR BELlE. ST; AN- streets. Visiting brethren cordially dates for the following offices: Domestic Anthracite summer. t.., .

*>53 6rings. Mrs. J. J. Rogers. DREWS. '.f4ILLV LLE. invited. E. GREENBLATT Two members of the House of Rep- Steam C 0 A L I. E. REHLANDER,

iiJmaylm. And all point on St. Andrews Bay.Carrabelle J. NEVILLE. Secretary.W. resentative.One and Blacksmith Trav. Pass Agt. Chattanooga, Tens! i
''and.SCHEDULE. Apa'i"hICOll1' County Commissioner DistrictNo. Office No. 43 South Palafox street. Telephone 93. -

FOR SALE-i-A new top buggy, cheap. 0. W. 4. Yarl: comer Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones 6 and 872 D

Address Bpx 315. ljunelw* FRANK REILLY, IS3223"- "I" A'"J-n'O-' ...._. ,,
Live Oak Camp No. 1 W. :: >;' d
--- Leave Feusacola, Sundat, 8:30 p 'J. W.. I
in Pythian Hall 1st A. H. D'ALEMBERTE. Chairman.
for Mobile Ala. and 3rd _
FOR SALE-5-room cottage on month- m .
1) payments with gas water and Leave P.ensacola Ut1sda,. 8:30 p. Wednesdays in each mcnth. Visiting The Color of the Ermine.It CITY OF PENSACOLA IMPROVEMENT

dee delivery one block from car m, for St. Andrews, MillviUe Apt.lacaicola sovereigns'cordially invited.F. the ermine :
; is a popular idea that IiwQa *
Carrabelle :$intennediaia BOCmiCH, C. C. Quick 'W1 tcd. .
.or: 8 Ave and 12th street East Hill. sheds Its brown summer coat and that
LESLIE E BROOKS. Clerk. "One I last week I informedby
0 E. Brett. points. day was Denomination 1000.00 each. Dat-
ljunelw For additional .Information apply t 1 telephone of a fire In my own office, on the approach of winter a coveringof ed Jan. 1, 1906. Maturing Jan. 1, 136.

TOR SALE-Lumber is now cheap at J. R. SAUNDKRS.R not sis feet away from where I was snowy white fur takes its place. Redeemable Jan. 1, 1926. Interest E J ) ;

Joel Frater's lumber yard on Bay- a COBB PrwWent standing," said: a prominent Wall street This was a natural conclusion, as a payable semi-annually. We offer for
Gen. Frt. and Pass. Art- possibility of a charge in the color of .I sale these'bonds subject to prior sale,
len street wharf. Get his prices and broker. "A client with whom I bad
oulld you a home before prices ad- niacoli.i. .' Fit. EVAtiSVllLtwTfRRE.I IIAUT RR'p ., been tilking. 'after lighting a cigar I the fur bad not occurred to scientists. Iin amount to suit purchaser. Corres

ance, which is sure to come. I threw the burhtog match into the Experiments however have been pondence invited. %

timaylm. wastebasket ur.Ur my desk. As I went made, and the brown coated ermine The People's Bank of Pensacola,
ROUND TRIP SUMMER : has been placed In & very low tempera
II to the door wldi'hlm I heard the tele-]
FOR SALE-A fine piece of waterfront and phone bell ring violently. When I an- ture. Almost .Immediately a change 1 Pe .liIcola, Fla. ,;

property. 50 feet front on West was visible ,in the color of the fur and
swered the call I was surprised to be
Bay Shore at the foot of Clubbs street CONVENTIONRATESRound without shedding the creature became
told that there was a lively blaze under t
*ith 4
a room front and back white. Florida and Alabama
ftUery. has my desk which had been seen by a snowy
a nice wharf about 250 excursions
feet long. running out to deep water all points trip east summer to 'Pacific coast from and bright office boy in the.opposite build Smile. 'LAND COMPANY
from the in The fire was hidden from me by''
front gate. For few :
a days northwest from,June 1, to September There are many kinds of smiles, each !
only it will be oJered at only $1500 a high' filing cabinet, and might have I
special stop-over character. Some an-
15 with privileges, having a distinct Manufacturers of
cash. Apply to Jos. I. Johnson at done serious damage before I discovered .
jeturning October 31, 1906. and sweetness; others -
goodness .__
good nounce and Dealers in '
L Friedman I I 3- 1I'
& Co.'s store. 5may N.' E. A; meeting, 'at Los. Angeles, ; myselfI am now-hunting betray sarcasm, bitterness and '_ "a ii a 1VfA' ..# ., .
1 Jill ).ilI
that he ced."AnyOti< SAWED CYPRESS
boy, "quIckwittei SHIN.
'1- I LUMBER u. .5
1 ,
9-13. the countenance by ,
toR : .July. ; pride; some soften
s.\LE-Palr' spotted ;ponie** 5 > "' ;.. 't':' : enough? sieeU n,gatT>>enverJ. \ ()_. ,/111.:. their: languishing tend rness; others GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. f
old ,
years fcan
Don- -
sound and-gentle. 1ri sucfiran emergency 'u.s $0. 1.business. vivacity.- I
le:21 by'their spiritual -
key and cart brigbjeij
; just the thi1g'Yor--ehU-! York
?\ Press
-tQ.Colorado Jh 11 w Phrenologist madam I
rates cu
dren. Summer .,. Lavat& .'
One o r.
cheap farm horse ____ I
one good to September 30. q.j __ tell by the bumps! on your son's hea.d

Fla.mule. Hinman & .Hecker' ,. Century. ;Hotel. Men's. Convention; PInto'i Safety Valve. .' Th eat.. WOODAND that he will some day be a great

23may Ore June 25-28. I A round smooth bole in the side of a I.consider it a mark of great prudence chauffeur. He has got the punctured-

FOR- U.se' the splendid" through service 'granite monument about nine miles in a man to abstain from threatsor tire bump, the cobblestoneintheroad .
SALE-Nice.at clean old newspapers of the Southern .Pacific trom New Orleans out from the City'of Mexico is locally .contemptuous expressions, for bump the run-into-truck bum .
five cents bundle. of. any
fice.TOR. a ; Union Pacific from, Kansas known by a term which signifies Plu- neither of" these weaken the enemy and has absolutely no bump of com

I City or .Chicago. I to's safety valve." The hole is about but threats make him more cautious COAL mon sense whatever."

SALE-Second hand 25 H. P. Through Pullmantourist cars from THROUGH SERVICEVIA nine inches in diameter at the opening, and the other excites his hatred and a I
boiler. Will sell, cheap. Apply to I Washington, Atlanta- Montgomery,I which is polished in a manner which desire to revenge himself.-Mach1a I F.&A.M.A
Louis and Chicagoto <
New Method Laundry. 13April: etc., and from St. suggests human workmanship. That Oak and pine,wood' In sze. All regular! communication
California. L. & N., E. & T. H. and C. & E. 'I.-- had nothing to do "with drillingor Sweet. I any Pensacola Lodge. No. 42. F. ;;
man Too | grades of coal for sale. We are now
REGULAR HACK LINE-From chip- Write mo. '*r literature. and infor- 2 NASHVILLE Vestibule Through TaInsDsfly polishing this hole will be readily Mrs.. Beach-Here isa letter from I I located .at. Ocosta & Co.'s, old stand. G & A. M. will be held Thursday -
ley, making connections'- with mail! mation. '. TO CHICAGO .c; surmised when it Is known that it baa Charles. Mn ,Beach-Read It. Mrs. nfght All members are .
h.n and'smokei .
emitted air
dearest, darling-
Extra teams for traveling men. Good "::;. Gen ral- Agent kEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO! occasionally .... Beach (reading-My E. G. SEWELL & CO. brethren invited. By order of c. :'
omwa CAMS exte 300 heavens
SERVING ALL MEALS E.H naurc i during a period og over est mother; Mr. Beach-Great ,
Parses 124-peachtre6.St:;/Atlanta, GaIl T. E. HARVEY W. it; .
comforta.ble vehicles. Call onor DolL mLUt t.P.A.. S.L WEBS.fea.Ap.tWNIVlU. needs I f-
address J. C. Sinclair.! Chipley.Fla. O. BEAN.T.Pthc..i w IML R,4vtLL'tIL'Y I ,years I -The scoundrel more. money Phones 14& and 363, B. M. SOLO ON. Sec.: t

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l PAGE' EIGHT THE PENSACOLA. ',t : JOURNAL. YVEON ESD A Y 'Mt0RNING'JUNE' 6, 1906 ..__::. -- ", '.' -

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.t.. ._ Southern The.race for"league first. ,Is honors interesting.: 'In *the ,. ; t.). ". ::., '-_ :. f!. ''_ -"",'.:'o'i'';;,,-';'''' ;__ ;'1.. '" : 't;- ",,f"" W'4" ><. ..,

f I" gin Shreveport is only still by ,one1 leads' ,gamff but'rthemar; Atlanta : : :T; :as Vic: '

and New Orleans are tied"for econ: : ': L :
t Summer OxfordsEvery place. Should Nashville.gain Defeat :: "J(4.( ... 4r

the Pirates and Atlanta. continue the .- ,
: winning streak and 'trim, New' ] Orleans 'F' ,

f i first ,place.the Crackers Atlanta' will has Jump Into'tea .......-..,.... ... bJaX '....., .. .
woo "r
.. ...... ..... ... -'_ I '
1-i: The straight victories andjt Is-the,record ..:. : 'i .
up-to-the-minute. '
pair for-the Southern league this'year.Tbe :' .. 'r":; '' ,' -. .
Crackers are about due for a genteel ,
opportunity for foot comfort is lambasting and may get it.today from :. '" '
the Peli ans. Montgomery. Inputting: ; .. .. : brandr
door When the fixings to Memphis and Birmingham < \ : ., .. this
i knocking at your : you I I did not have -chance at. Little '
Rock due to a rainstorm.in the Suva. :
t. introduce your feet to a pair of "City.: '
New York, the hertofore invincible 'In. mind
Giants, at least ;supposed; *o be, your

Douglass Crosser or- Hanan Shoe I the were big given city unmerciful yesterday.byChicagoi drubbing; to io 'l\

the tune of 6 to 0. It'must have been;
: a jar to McGraw and his row?'ies':; :'
I You assure them of solid. comfort as I Philadelphia 1s still getting the for we will have much to say regarding d BJ1 "

II due"23"to and the Cleveland rain. St. had Louis'an got' 'ff'busy day it in. the..future. If you are a discriminating { 1\" .; ;:
f and
long as they are worn they'llwear and defeated the New'York'Highland
I Griffiith's drinker of beer criticalin Jthe "
ers. team is- all the candy f : ,
l till long after their cost has f in the. metropolis .at. present, since \
the Giants are on. the soapy. chute., I ,matter of health and in the actual pleas1} I; ii la l

1; been earned. Prices; from May they continue there 1 I
: range ure of .drinking it, always call for't

t $Z50 to $6.50. STANDING AND: RESULTS .

Southern-League..' (' iaa lysid Rg N tip I f'teo'lhng

Won>*:fcost Pet. V t 8mrrryl QNn I
t I Shreveport ..' .. ,..27" '16 C* 628: AmerICan ueen '
t THE JOHN WHITE STORE New Orleans.. ... .-t.# 17 614

Atlanta .f27 17 614 .
Memphis.! ,. '.-. '., ......26 .20 565 o 46':
t Phone 225 205-207. 8. PALAFOX. Birmingham'. .. .25 21 544 I.
!Montgomery' :. .Y-.tt '25 432 I Iit
;-; -I I Nasfiville. : .'.' : 11' 29 370 .. ; .. 'We.do all that conscientious brewing can da to,make

k. i Little Rock ". ..11. 31 250 : : the finest of .
f. I -- .. ;the BEST :BEER. -!1sing only grade ma-;

Yesterday's Results. 7 :. terials. It is brewed i in a, new and perfect plant, equipped from .Cellar to
inaY0 Your ClothesI Atlanta, New Orleans 3. ,
HlrPIN NEW Montgomery 8, Memphis 3.- '. .'' roof.with, every'modern; invention for producing a' fine, pure, germless
Nashville 6, Shreveport 1." '
.. '
Cleaned and Birmingham-Little. Rock. ,' rain.. \ :.. :beera _"beer so pure.that it shines. : .. V '" : i : ,.. .
I ---....;.. .. .
Sailed. South Atlantic League. \ Call- for it at all .saloons, clubs,. cafes,

f PressedatthePensacola Federica. Aust ss, Zar, for Marseilles. Augusta. .. .. ....Won.,28 ,13 Lost Pel 683 hotels. etc. Call for it and GET. IT.. % -&t ., .

Charleston .22 20 524 .
Macon ,. o. .. -.. ..21. 20 .512 .. Fix the brand in your mind and watch for. our. next. 'ad.. .:
5. Dying, Cleaning / Columbia.. ... ..? .. ,,'0. 21 488 ., t "
VESSELS I IN PORT. Savannah.. ... 23 ... .
JO/t 48J&& Co
and Club Panama Acme
Pressing Brewing .
Steamships.sFederica Jacksonville. ... ..17..26$8 .: ; :: : _
t hats cleaned and blocked .. ,,'
Aust. ss, Zar, 2261, New Yesterday's-Results. : : MACON, GA. -- --i"'"
Orleans to Gulf Transit
r Barendrecht, Dutch ss 2092, Hock- Augusta 5, Macon 1. .> ,?- : <: :: : : -
stra, Rio Janiero. Columbia 6, Charleston' 2. r : ,
Savannah 4, Jacksonville 3. .. .. : r.. ,. .
Reese & Mendel Exmoor, Br 'ss Storehouse. 2297 : 'f ''' /1.i1 I'I- ,
Madiera to Hyer Bros. .. ,.'. ,
1t Goodwood, Brit. ss, 1977 Brag, Rio National League. Results. '_ . ..
t 11 N. PALAFOX De Janiero. W. 'S. Keyser Co. Philadelphia 9, Cincinnati. 8.Brooklyn .' .. .. -

Guliue, Br ss, Harrison, Charlestonto 3, St. Louis 2. ,,:' ..7I ."- _. ," ..
J. A. Merritt. Chicago-6, New York '0.-- '' : '
the leg or:the'hair.'wad gritly --
John L. Inglis, Am. tug, 98, Sheldon, Pittsburg 9, Boston 3. upper
Marine Co. New Orleans, to J. A. Merritt. -. fighting to pullhtnlQotvn: ; from behind -- REAL.E E ESTflE r '
Grocery 'f1l't w- Tomorrow Never Come
harrier May
Louise Ger ss 1480 Bohndorf Antwerp American. League Results.: ) while the with the speedof ; !
terror and hate, sought desperatelyto t
to J. Schreyer. Chicago 7, Philadelphia .1. .
604, 605. 608. 610 S. Palafox ,
SLf "
hisbeak.It 4Protably-you intend to take some tomorrow,
reach his .assaUant with assurance
Peturnia. Brit ss, 1093, Frankland, St. Louis 9, New York 5.. f
Phone; 723. Charleston, to Julius Shrler. Cleveland-Boston' rain.DetroitWashington looked as if the'mink must win. for 'put-bow do you know tomorrow will come for you?
t Senator, Brit ssr 3049, Pyle, New Orleans rain.! V v the harrier was perceptibly weakening T TRANSFERS N f[
V. J. VIDAL, Manager.We to A. Brown In his vain counter attack but a sudden Don't Wait, Your Can't Afford, .
BIRD AND_ BEAST.. :- lift with the harrier's long wings
We will sell for ten days at less '. half'tore the mink from-giig.} hold and list- r "F or while you're waiting the call may come. Insure in
Ships. Following 1 is a the 'real estate -
J than cost: Battle Between a Hawk and a Die swung'him for one brief;pnoment within -! the Equitable.
Canara, ItL ship 1495 Repetts Genoa I Black Dog'Mink. transfers recorded yesterday reported -
f. No. 2 Mackerel. 2 for 15c. distance of -that rendIng beak. by jPensacqla\ Abstract Co.:
1- Smoked Halibut (very fine) lOc Harvest, to Master.Queen Brit ship, Forsyth I Silent as an owl in'the' black of night Rip; abig-red gash gaped.'open on the' Chas. Earl Currie to Columbia: Finance Insurance, GeniI Alts

f. per pound. Rio Janiero to order.Nordstjernnen the hawk glided low, oil whist wings mink's writhing flank; and he let go and Trust Company, the S. 6.36 Fire Life. Knowles Bros. Pensacola I
: Blood Red Salmon. tOe per lb. Nor ship, 1635.I' across the little open space cleared by and tumbled back among the roots. acre.\>tof lot 1, being % of Jos. ,
Holland Herring (in kits) hoc per Up leaped the-hawJc.; higopeady white Maura Grant and cfe sarited as follows -
't Iraksen, La Guayra to W. S. Keyser the fallen maple; paused an almost Im- .
kit.KaIser & Co. breast'streaked and- .blotched with ; : commencing at SfcE! : Cor. of,
perceptible Instant above the unljsten-, .__ _
Herring (in tins _
) 45c per Barks. blood from his wounded leg. Like said lot 1, thence running W. 202 feet t -- -
F tin. Ing squirrel, and then, wings -closed, N. 909 feet 6 inches, then E.I'
Antigua, Nor bk 1348, Ferguson magic the cries ofall'Vuf the kIngbirds thence .
Salacine Sausage (imported) 25c dropped upon him with unerring:talons. 408 fee, thence S. W. to point of beginning -; NNN.t1NN111111IOHNINIIii0N1101111t.
New Orleans to A. ZeBus. : were hushed, while, still scream- ;
per pound. But for strange the harrier $too'and: other. valuable con.: i PEN6A.AOLELIron :
: We have a fresh stock of De'gregori GIo Botto, Ital bk, 1294. some. reason Ing with rage and hurt the hawk rose
Maccaxoni Spagetti, imported Genoa, Rossasco Bros. 'I' seemed powerless to bear away heavily skyward and marked his course Biderations. Works Supply Co.Manaticturera
Tomato 'bis Paste, Greek Black Olives, Artichokes King Malcolm It bk Gufl, 1233 Genoa kill; while his angry, frightened athwart the wind for the shelter of the :
blpck 21, Old City, $1,200.00. I
: Navy Bread. Pilot Bread Italian Hard to Huges & Co. screams drowned out the dying.squeak; woods.-Harold S. Deming In Harper's and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS it
E. A. Beaven to J. W. Bullock. Jr.,
r Tack Boston Brown Bread, French Luisa ItaL bk. 1591. Montano, from I: of the squirrel, he strove' with great Magazine all of block 198, New City $1,000.00and FORGINds, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
Nolloth to master.Lake
t Bread Russian Caviar and imported rattling wing strokes to get purchaseon other valuable considerations.; !J REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all orders t
French and Italian Sweet Oils. to Erie Master., ItL! bk., 928. Efigan, Bas- I the air, but could not. Over and Persian Dramatics.A Lee Daniel to Archie Briggs, lots day or night AgenSa for James McKay& Co.'s celebrated Log ando .

We icarry the only full line of Fran som:Monrovia, Nor bk, 1449 Aase Hamburg I over again he struck downward with traveler, speaking of- some of the 17, 18, 19 and 20 in block 26 E. Pen : Timber Dogs, also chains of all descriptions. Office phone 123. Rest *
cis Le<'gett's and Dodson and Brown's to order. -!: his beak, apparently at the. squirrel Ji oddities of Persian customs when viewed sacola City Tract. $150.00. j I 0 dence phone 1029. P. O. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. ti

: canned goods In the city. Gulf City Port Sonoclan, Uruguay bk, 1112 I though of this, because of the blur of with occidental eyes,said: I o1 f10S0101t00/010111101.IO11.10trlOii10N010911111//61
Coffee. Cols "Oaxaca" Gold Standard Ferres, Mentevideo to German American his whipping wings, I could not be "Depending as we do upon illusion THE ORIGINAL
Daybre.lX: Diamond Blend and Gel- Lbr. Co. sure. In a moment he half toppled and scenic effects'in' our theaters, the j I Foley & Co., Chicago, originated

den Rio Coffee and for sale. They are aa Paalo Angelo, Ital bk 1136, Bezzo. forward, and then like a'huge broken presentation of 'a Persian play by native Honey and Tar as a throat and lung .NNO.'N11114N14N11iiN/111..........1.IJ..11H.Nk
high give
grades perfect satisfac-
Precursore, Ital bk. Schiaffino, 1508 winged partridge, be flopped about performers strikes the westerner remedy and on account of the great
tion. Genoa to Rosasco Bros. among the tangled coils of roots, uttering as little short of ridiculous, the extreme merits and popularity of Foley's i

-_ Palmas.Spero, Nor. bk 623, Bostig, Las !meanwhile shrill screech on screech solemnity of all concerned making the offered Honey and for Tar" the many genuine.imitations These are i Better for the Eyes i
that seemed fairly to lacerate his appeal to hilarity all the stronger. In
Sterling, Nor bk, Ellepsen Labita: worthless imitations have similar:
throat In but little mor! .:;'than It one of their favorite miracle plays theprophei names.
Bay to order sounding Beware of them.
takes to tell It a dozen kingbirds had is supposed to lII end to heaven i The use 'of lights
Schooners. The genuine Fo'ey's Honey and Tar gas are better for the eyes than any :
Best Clothing for Donna Christina: ,Am sch, McLeod gathered and were buzzing :round the and this dramatic incident Is ac-- :;j is in. a yellow package. Ask for it .other llluminant because it is nearer like daylight than
165 Belize. struggling harrier like gadflies round a compllshed by the very simple expedl- '' and refuse any substitute. It is the i allY oUjer hrllllant: yet mellow and soft i
horse, adding their spiteful cries to h1s e 1t'of drawing him up from the stage best remedy for coughs and colds. "

Fewest Dollars THERE, ARE FEW harsh din; now a crow appeared out and out of sight with 'a block and ', W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist and It Better' for
I is the
people who knew bow to take care of of nowhere and searched'deep ID his tackle. The tackle is attached to his apothecary._ :
themselves-the majority do not 1 throat for his hoarest cry; blue jays belt'by an attendant In, plain view of j .
The liver Is a most Important organ I Ii flashed across the clearing land back the audience. So strong however, is ]! '' (Because' It costs less than any other lighting a Ant to bp j
That's our motto from i in the body. Herbine will keep it in I again in a frenzy of clamorous excite.went : .: the Imaginative powerin{ the oriental THE $125 DIAMOND '. had-In Pensacola. It is certainly as coavenieiTr'as any I

condition. V. C. SImpkns! Alba, ; a swarm of chattering black; that many cf the onlookers will be otiservod I : known method, because it may be lighted by simply pressI
first to last and by the Texas. write3: "I have used Her birds rushed Into the: tree- above' me r weeping openly."-Harper's The party holding ticket No. 421 : ing the button.PensaCoa. I

sale of bine for Chills and Fever and find it till its branches sagged and creaked Weekly. for the $1.00 boxes will please call at.Ie3tillan's .
increasing our the best medicine I ever used. I like those of laboring. 'over .
\ I a tree Jewelry store and get the : Gas Company \
would be without It.
not It is
suits Inetanlt
with fruit all
summer we judge : weighted an Getting Quick Action- 125.00 diamond. It .
good for children as it is for
the men are appreciating I people and I recommend grownup it. Itlis bedlam was let loose round' ,that old.. ""The gambling Instinct once aroused Not Be J Phone 148. -24 and 27 E. Garden Street. ? l I
wind wrecked Could
our effort to supply fine for. La Grippe." Under cover maple.of the >,uproar I .crept will make,'? said the a victim Detrolter.gamble"I with saw anything two "West Florida -is again" thinkingshe ..........* ................111**.444444**.t. i

nearer and saw that a big black I wants a governor, says the
Literally Translated.On dog and indulge
gamblers meet the other day I Ik
them stylish suits Times-Union. And why not. Albert
visiting Ireland the great traveler I mink, his bulldog Jaws 'clamnedvon i ,in a quick gamble with 50 cent ,. ... .. .
;. I Jennin'gs, of Pensaccla, (not ex-Gov :_ ;: : = "--- :'-,- --:, ::../ ':.- of better quality for the Dvingstone eras much. feted. In Dublin I .-.. T I i I pieces.! ''Odd or even?' asked: the first ernor. Jennings, of Brooksville) Order Your
at a dlnnet., party he happened to be 0 ---1"I:'Odd,' said the second. And the man would make Florida a governor that I
snug saving which our placed next to literary lady who was WHAT'S' THE Kith :the odd date on the coin won. could not te. bettered from any section ICE, GOAL. and WOOD

price nets them. .EspeCially a very stout'wohan. She-worried him I His! .half, dollar was dated 1S79. The ,I of the state Ft Myers Tropical t froro. the l I
greatly about the language! of the savage i -.. other was dated 1SSO. Another gameis j i i Breeze. Consumers'
Ice and
Fuel I
do Company.
we recom- "cann1baI8amoDg whom he had i played with dollar bills. It 1 is 'green I, .
mend our serge suits managed live :did; wanted to know i I USE .- .:.. back p ker,'.and was batched In Wash- ANCIENT ROMEIs .Office- -Corner Tamurooa. Phone 259. {,

the sound of their" language. He spoke I I ington. Each bill bears a series number : now merely! a memory of the.pal .
in both blue and grey. a sentence of it to satisfy her and she j! complaining of the warm' weather, if ;say, 90(567034( or the like. In the I Ballard's Snow Liniment Js the family i

Whether you spend ten answered, -"Being translated, what. you stop in my placa-and take a look number cited are two nines and three "I ,liniment; A positive of the cure twentieth for; Rheuma century ,. CbDAYase need have for i i
does that mean?" "It means," he replied I sixes-a 'full house.' Tbe next. man no terrors you
at my summer offerings you can't he tism. Burns, Cuts Neural
pfeelin'g ,
dollars or fifteen or "there is great cutting on you." I II may have a bill numbered 72243S99.He. Sprains rtunroa .W'AS' 'H' if you send_ your washing to I
cooler. .. gia-etc.. Mr. C:. H., ;; Stan. :
eighteen dollars for a -.. ". has you obsmt'rP' N rs. on- berry Mo.writes. :: 1.f haVe jpse4: "f: : Tne'New Method Laundry,
Tobacco Fen .m* 'High wins.; the pliyers! say '
suit our price will both The .shah' of Persia, !In the seventeenth Summer S f'ists' 1 1I meeting, each holding his bill out,of Snow all "pan.:Liniment"I can't. for say Rheumatism enough in and its PHONE 1188 i! O..r. E.-W.- LAWRENCE.- .Pop No.8 WEST RI'U'IHT: i

c.utWy, proclaimed that every sight} Then they compare and settle pre: r fC [
please and satisfy. soldier In, whose possession tobaccowas 'Greenback quick .' : -
: up. poker'' Is a good ;: I \
Collars attached, all -sizes, front 50c !
found should have his lips cut; ; Tray to lo. s a whole lot of money." : AUCTION. SALE.
while In the same century Massachusetts I to $1.75. Full line Nainsook;; Gauze, Detroit youhive
.y News. i CAR LOAD MILK COWS: SATUR- If to sell
ordered,that"no person shall take Balbriggan. and Lisle.tjnderw'e.ar5'frbm50c ; CAY JUNE 9, AT 10 A. M. AT Me-', anything ,
'tobacco publicly, and any one shall pay to |5.00. per suitj; as.thin, as,tissue 'MILtAN & TU-RTON'S STABLES
one l'enny'tor every time he Is lcon paper: and wear like Iron .' :, A HAPPY MOTHER WEST INTENDENCIA STREET.

victed ef Diking tpbacco. any place." Everything else to match in' pric.ei j 1 will see that her baby Is properly I 6juu,4t. !I!jor wa'ntto: buy anything just
for this I
: H 0 ANSON cared -to do a good purgaItive ,
texture. .
JSerre. and is necessary. Many babies suf CREW NOTICE. I I ,
Yours, -- -r. *l ter from worms and their mothers Neither the: captain, owners
"Bigbee has a nerve""Why I II' don't know it-if baby is feverish nor consigneers of the
i- CASH CLOTHIER so?" your & try a Journal Want Ad. They
him and doesn't sleep at nights it la ss Federica, will be responsible :
"I threatened to sue for the $100
White'sCream debts
troubled with worms. contractedby .
'Comer Palafoi and !Main, he owes me." ,.- i JOS.COEMANj Vermifuge will clean out fte crew of said vessel. I
'i. "Yes? these worms ?n a mild pleasant way. PIBT1S D. ZAR "
"And he asked me: 'to'sue him for I I' Once tried always used. Give It a GUIS'/TRANSIT CO.. Captain. [ hit the, spot, every times"L

J200 and glue,.him the.other, hundred." A J. triaL Price- 25 cents.- .._-- Conan ees. ... . .
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