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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 7, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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6 i1 { tE. 1 11! -$ M- .':
THREATENED! BREAK IN l e GARBAGE CONTRACTOR IS i

MWATIO'NS' BY THE af I PAK1NB. ftOrUStcoNB'ITt0'Ns [ fj;.> PASSENGER TRAINS # ;

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PAN AMERICAN CONGRESSIfgentine } :'
BEfORE BOARD
f-: By Associated Press. 3 & Of WORKS ; .

Harrisburg, Pa., June '6',-- 5 :Atlanta, June .-;A- Central, % .. .
I '. The "State ,Republican convention N : in of Georgia train crashed into & .' t i
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here to-day nominated: ,for? .* the rearof( an Atlanta & West r 1 1r t

Stands b by Declaration I ** governor .Edwin Robert S. Stewart S. Murphy ;, vt- ** *H' Point "excursion at Fair:street train One here tonight States that t His System of Clean- 1tf: ,
ACCEPTED[ [ GIFTS Philadelphia" ; ; man # 1 r PATROL T l BOXES.BE X [ j.
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Use of Power to < for lieutenant governor ; was killed and seven 'or more $
Against and' Robert K. Young, for ,auditor & 'HORRIBLE[ if injured,,' see seriously. The .i ing 'is Best Ever Fur : ,
general. The platform fire department was called out ff
Collect Debts & endorsed President Roosevelt ifto chop ,the victims of the rca I nished Here t tWILLING :

GOAL l I condemned the abuse of'power tI : wreck from the rear car of # J .. :
FROM
Will [
I by great corporations and far *, the West Pomt! train. The of 1

vored publicity of their affairs, Described as Filthy and ( Central engineer claimed he #
DRACO DOCTRINE declared for protection of Buildings *: had no slgn'&l 'tQ slow down or i'f TO

% :American industries and urged stop and was,running Into the STOP'i\
Unfit for Uses to, Which
station at the usual speed i
[ naturalization (
COMPANIESPurchasing
PLACED[
tf 6 when he crashed into the f:

Promulgated During Venezuelan & sirable classes. They are Put 9 train ahead.DAMAGE. $ Board Makes Known '
Complaints
9 I ,iI'H to if j'n.i
Causes trouble. 'I IH a:'.H-IC. ICONfLICT *% % %% 1
Blockade I I in Plain Language. '

Agent Pennsylvania a Chicago Building Commissioner Board Approves Plan to Collect t: t 1". ''.,. i


N 3T WILLING TO ADMIT THAT System Had a'Hand in IS Made Visit to t Yard s. BY' Fees for Electric Permits and AN INSTANCE CITED WHERE J 1 !' ,:


FORCE IS 'EVER, JUSTIFIED- the CITY WAS COMPELLED TO RE. .
Grafting. Inspections.MEETING J
LATIN-AMERICAN RE. INEVITABLEConditions REPRESENTATIVE OF CHICAGO
SEVERAL
MOVE
I TORNADOESMinnesota GARBAGE ON SABBATH-i:

PUBLICS MAY WITHDRAW FROM PACKERS MAKES GENERAL DE- DATES OF THE BOARD CONTRACTOR ACKNOWLEDGES \
By Associated Press 1 I 'ri I '

CCNFERENCE IF QUESTION IS Philadelphia, June 6.-That he ac, NIAL OF STATEMENTS IN NEILL- OF SAFETY CHANGED TO SECOND -t I i THERE IS CAUSE FOR SOME:: ',

cepted gifts of stock valued at elevea in Russia Indicate Emperor AND SIXTEENTH OF EACH ,I k
DISPOSED OF. REYNOLDS REPQRT BEFORE '
NOT and Wisconsin Visitedby ROUTINE1!I COMPLAINTS BUT NOT ALL.
than fortysix
thousand dollars and more MONTH-NUMEROUS 4j
Must Dismiss Cabinet HOUSE COMMITTEE. ON AGRI- ,j 1
thousand dollars in cash from [ t. Terrifia' Storms Wednesday QUESTIONS WERE. DISPOSED .,.

By Associated Press I:' Coal Mining Companies, in about t or Fight CULTURE | OF AND ACCOUNTS APPROVED.' The garbage question in all its I

Washington: June (Argentine is three years, was admitted to the In- J'.J Evening. phases was considered at a special !its *
terstate Commerce. Commission today v The most important matter that occupied
agreed -'t I
with the
pleased program ,
not! '" \ : meeting of the Board of Public i ;','
t ,by Joseph Boyerr chief clerk in By Associated" Press the attention of the D'.trn'bersof :
upon for the third Pan-American con- LOWER HOUSE OF PARLIAMENT the meeting Works yesterday afternoon, and on f : E
the Board of Safety at
ONE
Rio Janerio in July the office of :A. W. Gibbs, superintendent Chicago, June 6.-'Flie building com KILLED FOUR SERIOUSLY : '
be held in
gre.-s to I AND last night was the question of patrol motion of Mr. Daniell! the'matt r of J 1 <

and it will require all the skill of of the Pennsylvania, Railroaa1( ,to. r GOVERNMENT. RAPIDLY missioner today personally visited the t INJURED AND TEN BUILDINGS and fire alarm boxes and fees for electric dealing with Contractor Long was I

which Secretary Root is possessed to,,I day. __ ._ COMING' INrO.CLO. E QUARTERS hog killing, department of the large WRECKED v ork. held in abeyance until the next regular I

prevent the withdrawal of several of I :Boyer purchased the coal for locomotives packing houses. ''He described condi- NEAR STODDARD, City Electrician LeBaron appeared meeting June 16. Ji'i: {
-EXCITEMENT IN THE
IN-
the Latin-American republics from the of the road and received tions there as "filthy and unfit for the WIS.-HEAVY DAMAGE NEAR before the board and announced that The
board had
; the patrol alarm boxes had arrived.He Contractor Long:! on ,
The the from three. to five cents a t6n for all TERIOR INCREASING: RAPIDLY. uses to which it was.'put." He said .t
congress. Drago doctrine ', NORTH BRANCH, MINN. stated that he had placed nine of "the carpet" for nearly an hour and "
cause of Argentine's grievance It I I purchases from :fire'" .separate-- coal there was not a modem building in I them in condition to be placed at the every complaint made concerning the | '

was the desire of Mr. Portela, the;I companies. the entire district devoted to the pack designated ,points. Mr. LeBaron stat non-removal or garbage was put to 'i

Argentine minister, that the Drago I i Gibbs Boyer's superior officer, on ,St. Petersburg.June By Associated Press. ing industry. The majority of the By Associated Press ed that he would do the work himself, him. Mayor Bliss stated complaints r'| +
6.-The lower
needing the services of a lineman
only
doctrine be one of the subjects!I r the stand' said he was. 'unaware, that. house of parliament and the govern buildings were dilapidated and unfit La Crosse, Wis., June 6.-One man to stretch and connect wires had been made to him by citizens t|1

considered at the R'o: Janerio cougytss. -'' such conditions existed.: ment are rapidly coming to closi for the use made of them. was killed, four seriously injured and from the boxes to the insulators on the I'' that garbage had been left standing |; '

This doctrine, which was pro- Boyer said he accepted the money quarters ana1' the conflict which became -, MAKES DENIAL ONBEHALFOF ,ten buildings destroyed by a tornado poles. I l in front of homes for three and four 1| '

mulgated by the celebrated Argentine because he understood it had been inevitable when, the house presented near Stoddard, Wis., to-night. This means that within a short period days before removal and at times for
jts demands in tha addressesto PACKERS '
and alarms I
paid to his predecessor and had be- ..... that the fire police longer :Members of the ,',
Jurist, L. F. Drago, at the time: of the the throne cannot be much longer : -- will be separate and distinct. Duringthe a period. .j

Venezuelan blockade by Germany come the custom of the office. delayed. Washington, June 6.-Thomas E. HEAVY DAMAGE NEAR placing of boxes persons; are cau- beard seated that similar statements ,, '

Great Britain and Italy, iiolds that Excitement in the interior' is in- Wilson an employee of the Nelson tioned to use telephones in case of had been made to them. iIr. | :,
NORTH BRANCH
creasing rapidly. Strikes Nave' occurred MINN. fire or the need of police protection, "'(\ is the criticisms
;iurce cannot be used by one power to C"ARGED"WIT" in several cities; and the Morris Packing Co., of Chicago, and Long reply to ;

lo.iect money owed to its citizens: by peasants in some provinces are already -I,representing the Chicago packers, was I North Branch, (Minn., June 6.-A as porarily.disconnections may be made tem- of his work stated that: he is doing 't a -j i

iJ\other'I'Ower. seizing the lands of proprie- heard by the house committee on Agriculture tornado the best that h* can. He stated tliat'j' "
Y a' OFFERING BRIBE passed half a mile east of Asks for Fees. in instances ,
tors. 4 some perhaps, complaints -
Alter such discussion; the committeeon ... i regarjilng{ the conditions LeBaron ,that j
-. ; : > Tha government which- today here this evening doing heavy damage ilr. stated electricians, were justified. but that in. ," ': .
sought to,
program for the congress, prepared -- ignore the "extra constitutional" de-; in Chicago packing. houses as reported and probably causing the loss of who had secured permits many instances that kicks were | "*

me lo.lowiflg recojanlendation- *tet..l.lae ,' THE, WISPO'NSI ", SECRETARY OF mands of the house, realizes that :itspolicy' by Neill, and Reynolds. Hej I several lives. No a'etails have yet had on numerous occasions but offered that he to made without causeHe stated that t,.'
for the certificates,
pay in- f ,
,at prsent there eight health
: to the subject: .. '. has failed. t tTher's made general. denial l of the statements been received but it is known that at had always refused to accept compensation r spectors, whereas are former contractors !

resolution recommending: that STATE, WILL"" -. .- -ARRESTED. .- : i. Tsliea the: enes house at":refused yesterdays'"toTTs'ten'-session.to in the, .report{land urged the least three. farm- houses, were because it is contrary to law. I had only two to deal with. He. further ..t.tl '

the :second peace conference at Tae ON SERIOUS CHARGE. the ministers and practically drove' committee to spend a week in Chicago wrecked. He suggested t&. the,board.thata system !l said' that the. inspectors COB fpelled

Habile decide, to what extent the use them from the rostrum illustrated making a personal investigation of of fees be established for permits' citizens to put garbage out at ,,*
for inspection of work, and. that the all hours of the day which: is [
tif 101 ce for the collection of pool c the issue. The emperor must dismiss conditions. cog
the cablnet\ort EIGHT HUNDRED money go to the city. trary to law. Mr. Long said in many- s
admissible. fight. .
debts: is By Assoclated.Press. The suggestion met with the favorable :- cases garbage had been o"ut in a receptacle -. )

'lute statement of the subject was Milwaukee, Wis., June'6.A FILIBUSTERING consideration of the board and on the sidewalk after the ,

very dwUateiul to Argentine tua special from Madison says that a UNDER ARREST PEOPlEJ10MElESS Chairman Ingraham was authorized to wagons had passed houses ,
warrant for the arrest of Secretary of
matter with the council at
ih oral o..uer it practical.yzdtuiued take up the Claims! System.
: powers. i
State Walter. Hauser. charging at- IN TUP HOUSE the next meeting.
tnat force is jusoaable in tempted bribery was issued tc-dav. FOR CONTEMPTWEALTHY The Proceedings. Contractor Long contended that his i

Suite, cases and provoked a great deal The complaint!;, is signed by Wisconsin TOWN OF uCK HILL, MISS., ALMOST Chairman Ingraham presided with system of removing garbage is the | '
best that Pensacola: has ever expert- f
State Insurance Commissioner. ..
ut coimiK'at 'iue resuLt the McGaughey' and Mayor
was reSianiiieni Messrs. Oliver,
Hest who, charges that Hpuser, ,three I MINORITY'! KEPT EDY IN A TUR COMPLETELY WIPED enced. He stated that he desired to i
.
; : oi ue suoject in the lollfaw.iii SOUTH CAROLINA COT. Bliss present.J. fulfill his contract with the city, If i }
offered two thousand
. L-onipi unlike: teruis>: 3 lars ears to ago the campaign tlol-I ,MOIL WITH CALLS FOR ROLL OUT BY FIRE. Campbell Avery addressed the he gave satisfaction but if not that ,
republican c TON MILL MAN CHARGED board in support of a claim of Dr. .
hp would be pleased' if the city would ,
A if Host render decision in
reso.uuou !
leuuimendmo that would' a
I AND POINTS OF ORDER.By Mitchell for $125 for professional services relieve him of further responsibility. f _:
Le; second peace conference at The favor of the_Equitable Life _Co., in- WITH CONTEMPT. rendered John O'Donovan, a i
volving the distribution of "dividends.I By Associated Press Says He's Game. J ,
Hague be i educated: to eoas.dervasta, member of the fire department. Al- j
Houser says he welcomes, the proposed -- New Orleans, June 6.Duck Hill, lowed. He stated that he used four teams t :'
i
er, 11 at ail, 10 wnat extent tne Use oi investigation Associated Press. the the discussion 1
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to clean cty.: During :
By Associated Press. :Mississippi' a town of one thousand I Acting Fire Chief D'Alemberte was ;;
tone lor toueciion. : ot public debts i!> c, Columbia, ,S. C.. June 6.-Lewis W. Washington, June 6.-The minorityin inhabitants, was almost completely I allowed further time on the monthly Mr. Long admitted that he had! ; i
the house to-day started another bitten off more than he could chew ? *
aaniiasiule.iai Y
rEAR CROOKED Parker, president of the largest cotton !I burned today. ,More than eight hundred report. Granted. ; ,-
filibuster and for two Mum roll calls 'Schad announcedthat at the contract price, but that he was j'
statement does mill syndicate in South Carolina Chief of Police
that
; not grant was and points of order kept the house in j people are rendered homeless.The he had completed his annualor not kick'.ng.: "If I mada bad contract I
theta: : oi loice is ever duo;: iaed, ;jut WORK IN PANAMA of arrested the legislative today charged committee with contempt: a turmoil. The discussion was overt I pre's progress was so rapid that monthly report not and asked for fur- I am willing to take my medi: -\,. | '
investi-
:: out a clear statement ot tat suojtci the sale of the old New York custom the entire population confined their cine and live up to it," was his state-- | f|
ther time. Granted.
gating the ,
state dispensary. The the I efforts to save the food supply. ment. ,I *
house ant;' payment of rental to
cU.tleu: doctrine ui6oi
uy we Drago in committee demanded certa'n Informa- The cost of feeding prisoners dur-
the National City Bank. The fact that the Board of Works' } t ,
i-"Hllon a nunnoer ot the countries DELEGATES DISCUSS- COMING tion which he declared part of a pri- ing the past month showed 1,653 meals was compelled! to clean Gregory -. _
such vate conversation and decined: to served at a cost of $134.32, an averageof *
are to participate in the cunbeaS an REVOLUTIONISTSARE street only last Sunday was mentioned '
ELECTIONS AND ASK UNITED: swer. Habeas corpus proceedingshave HIGH ALABAMA 8% cents per meal. to Mr. Long. He stated; that ,, .
been begun before the 'Mr. Oliver reported that one of the
-- supreme some of the residents there who had r
Jir. Draso, who, was najied by Argentine STATES TO .SEE. FAIR court VICTORIOUSGENERAL fire horses had been sold for 199 less I made complaints did so without ju&U- < ; .
MASON DEAD commission and he asked that the re- '
as one, of its delegates to the fication. -f
PLAY.
committee be approved.
the
of
Rio Janeiro congress, is reported to SUE GRANISS Adopted.port i i Held in Abeyance. '

hare announced that he docs not care TOLEDO'S FORCES, WON The committee on truck house was Mr Daniell!! state.' that he did not

:o attend and partic'pas in the ais- By Associated Press FOR By Associated Press granted further time. believe that Contractor Long or any '
Montgomery. June H. TWO ENGAGEMENTS IN other couid clean ,
ACCOUNTINGi 6.Henry Mayor Bliss reported that the water person Pensaeoia
June 6.SecretaryTaft
Washington, 1 1GUATAMA'L.A.
cussion of the
prograra as agreed to-day received four representatives i i Matthews, grand master of the Alabama : : gauge in the police station is in good with four wagons each day nor could J j I
upon Under the rules a'greed upon a of the Liberal party' in Panama Masonic fraternity, past grand order. The report was received. i( the garbage be removed for the con- j

Change in program cai !be effected at!! and with them ,discussed the political MUTUAL' INSURANCE CO. WILL:' commander of the Alabama Knight; A petition from Basso Ketchum ask-' tract price of Mr. Long. He suggested -i 1;'

B.Q: Janeiro by a vote of two-thirds of j jUe condition on the Isthmus. At the I Templar and for seventeen years city ing permission! to enclose a !buildingwas that the contractor submit an r
conclusion of the interview one delegate PROCEED' 'SIMILARLY AGAINST clerk of Montgomery, died"here to-! By Associated Press allowed, if the work is done in accordance itemized cost: list cf what it takes to .. itio *,
: countries represented, and conse-j He will be buried tile work and present the to
said: "We want supervision of WHO HANDLED day. with Masonic! Mexico C'.ty: June 6.-General Toledo with the permit issued by the same
Ututy<\ there will doubtless be a! the election which will make it Possible OTHERS honors tomorrows. I i commanding the revolutionist Board of Works. I I the board at the next meeting. liemoved
then that the matter bo held ..
strong effort to make a change in for an honest vote to be cast. FUNDS. forces in Southern Guata ala, has won I Applications.An i :.
I in abeyance until June 16
which mo-
these countries who are dissatisfied Unless the Unit :i' States sees fair two engagements. The government application for a position on the
tion
I IT"E prevailed. '
pay!' we don't think the coming. elec SUMMARY OF forces have been driven back and ToLedo police force was received from I. T.!; ;
Participants. tion will be honest"ENDORSE Associated Press. is receiving heavy reinforcementsof Stubbs. Mr. Stubbs, it was stated isj,; Other:' Matters "
-lan) South American countries be- \ By me1- "barred, because he is not a reg'steredj! Chairman Zelius, Mayor Bliss and
well armed : ;
New York June 6.-The Mutual In- ,
le\e the Drago doctria should notbe WEATHER : voter in Pensacola. The application! R. E. L. Daniell were present Oa
Co. today filed suit against! 'I'
submitted BRYAN surance a I l wa laid' on the table. I motion of Chairman Zelius, Mayor
to The Hague for consideration former Vice-President Robert A.
,, The examining physician returned, Bliss presided. i ;
but should be adopted by FOR PRESIDENTARKANSAS Graniss for an expended accounting under of funds his di of The maximum temperature! yester! G. C.: HALL, OFCENTURY the applications of C. A Ladnier and; The question of securing more and< : '!t. ,f f'

tile powers on this corr.iaeit without the company day was 84 degrees! at 12:30 p. m.i Fred Milton, showing that both had cheaper electric arc lights was referred :

regard to what European countries rection. Counsel for the company and the minimum 79 degrees at 5 p. mgt! DEADWELL passed the physical examination fort, to the -board as a committee ; .
says similar suits will be brought the fire of the whole. The matter will be ", '
teal have to about it. Several Observer Reed in his summary of II members of department. Ap '. ,
say handled '
all who the
DEMOCRATS' NOMINATE aginst company'smoney the weather yesterday Paid: proved. 1 taken up a tonce with the Escambla ..
pO\\'er\ # in the western part <>f South and failed to account for same. "The pressure has remained high I Applications for position in the fire; County Electric Light ana Power 'f- ''

America are said to be in sympathy FULL TICKET WITH over the South Atlantic states and KNOWN CITIZEN EXPIRED department were received from James Company. : '

.tii Argentine's position on the Drago MUCH INTERESTIN has increased over the Pacific coast Brown and W.: A. Cole. Referred. j The petition of the Consumers Ice -t
doctrine and LITTE FOR ,GOVERNOR.By regions, where another "h'gh"' ap SUDDENLY YESTER'DAY' OF The resignations of William Hoist:; Company to erect an open corrugated :
interesting developments t
pears. On the northern slope of the! I and Ed Farinas as members of the galvanized shed at the plant, was al- < ;
TROUBLE.
HEART' '
are expected. JOINT DEBATE Rockies the barometer has fallen de- fire department were received and ac lowed provided the fire ordinance is '

Several other sections of the program Associated Press.. cidedely and an 'extensive low pressure cepted. not violated. *

are also unsatisfactory to a Hot Springs June 6.The Democratic area occupies the country between Meetings Changed.. Water Mains Desired. ;

Butabf of :the powers, which will: par. party in con"yention' here today Press.. the Rocky Mountains and the Speclll) 1 to The Journal. On mot'.on of Mayor Bliss the regular A petition from, citizens residin !1 .

tcpate! !: in the deliberations. with expressions of intense enthusiasm By Associated :Mississippi river and is central over Century June 6.-G. C. Hall, of meeting dates of the board ".were on East Jackson street was received, :!
endorsed W. J. Bryan for Atlanta June 6.There is much interest the Dakotas, being attended by gen- Century ,died Very suddenly of heart made the second and sixteenth daysof Petitioners ask that the water mains : >

NEGRO president in 1908 anq named' a full in the joint debate Friday'nIght eral rains and thunderstorms. Show trouble at 1:50 o'clock this afternoonat each month. Should either day fall be extended east on Jackson street i '
CHILD KILLEDBY ticket headed by John .& ,Litte for !between candidates'for Clark Howell and Hoke ers have been scattered from the north the store of his cousin W. L. Hall. on a holiday or Sunday the board will' from Fourteenth avenue to Eighteenth: < }i I,

AN AUTOMOBILE governor, and Jefferson Davis for Smith, the democratic Pacific states eastward to the north Mr. Hall ha Uo brothers at meet on the following day. avenue. The question was referred ; ?
States Senator. gubernatorial nomination at tne com- I Major Bliss's motion that all claims' the and will be s t' .
United Atlantic coast and over the country Canoe. The remains will be buriedat to council supported
ing primaries. Both will be guests of Great Lakes The against' the city, when properly with a favorable recommendation '
By Associated Press south of the and east( the Bluff Springs cemetery. ap,
Albany PENSACOLA MANELLS, the Hoke Smith Club. of the Mississippi river. t family have the smypathy of the I' proved can ba passed upon at aIY' from the Board of Works. iOn
Ga. t
woprietor of, June 6B. M. Wilson, FOUR TONS OF COFFEE, "Temperatures have risen considerably community. regular meeting prevailed. I motion of }[r. Daniell, Aubrey I
today ran the New Albany Hotel SENATE ADJOURNS FOR in the Missouri valley, regis- I Claims were approved for the past Maura, E S. Cravens and C. R. Burr f : :' ;
down and killed a negro manager of THE GORMAN FUNERAL 7 I month. Some of the members are goyn were elected commissioners oj I *
Chad: with Capt. H. P, Chipman, tering 72 degrees at a. m. in eastern I opposed ,
an automobile. DISCUSSED g.
the Gulf City Coffes Co,. of,:this'city, I South Dakota. In southern Utah the SENATE to the procedure going on now, Havana ParK '
recently returned from a-trip through By Associated Press. temperature has fallen nearly to .RAILROAD.RATE. BILL i I and believe that the head of a depart- Wants Bodies Removed. ,r '

Senator Crane Engaged. Georgia on which he' sold fotJr} tons Washington, June 6.-On account of" freetfn'g. ment and the chairman of the board: Mr. Daniel offered a resoluUoi J t| f'

Washington, June 6.-The engagement of coffee. This' Is not only big the funeral of the late Senator Gorman -' "Conditions are 'favorable for gener- Washington,.June,6.-The senate devoted should! be the ones to approve the which prevailed instructing the i :

of Senator Murray Crane, oflasEIiChusEtt8. sale, but it is an example of what the tomorrow the senate 'today adjourned ally fair weather in this vicinity for today to discussion of the rate; bills. This was made manifest several street superintend: to visit Havana -r' j
and Miss Josephine Psnsacola wholesale houses are doing until two 'o'clocktomorrow.. tonight. and Thursday with light to bill, various features coming in for times during the reading! of accounts -

&ardman, of this i city Is announced. i ia their trade territory, I afternoon. J Jltit j fresh. south to southwest winds." i attack and'defense. j and 'ol>enly' stated. j (Continued on Pane El Iht). ,. ', = .<

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their homes this afternoon at 5

c Smacks Reached Galveston o'clock.. ."'
The captain of the Pensacola boa L ; (\ "
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In jail for 24 ,
r Steamer and his crew :were kept \
on Norwegian hours they bring the only crew
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thrown: In prison outright. However : ,-', -' _
.
I the other men were inhumanly -treated "
$- PENSACOLA BOAT MORE THAN; for no offense whatever as will be -
presently, seen. Their cargo of fish T
,
x ONE HUNDRED MILES FROM was sold by the Mexicans at 10 cents

J SHORE WHEN FISHING, BUTt a fish. The !!smack after being badly .
emashed'( by another vessel while
} 'HAD GONE TO ALUSRAN FORt lying at anchor in the harbor was
r taken to Vera Cruz. The other two
PROVISIONS-THE ONLY CREW boats are doubtless there by this t
1 time, as arrangements were being
IMPRISONED. made to remove them to that harbor
when the Americans departed. (
I The captain and crew of the. Ej
The Galveston Tribune of Monday schooner D. L. Taft of Mobile were.. / .
contained the following relative to arrested on April 17, their capture
the seizure of American fishing vessels being affected in the same manner as
by the Mexican government, as was the other seizures. This boat
told by the men who reached the was 12 miles from the reef and was
Texas port on board a Norwegian west of the position occupied by the
R, steamer: other vessels when they were takenin.
f Emaciated and weary from confinement Capt. Reax Lynbarg was in com.
and detainment by the Mexican mand of the Mobile boat and he
it government at Progresso the crews brought six of his crew of .seven, men
i of the American fishing boats from here to-day. Manager' Munn wired
1 Galveston Pensacola and Mobile, the Mobile firm about transportation
v/hich were unduly arrested and for the men and they will all doubt; .

tu....UU61U }","'Ul..n'" +..1..'"". ..,.f"ovln........ .",."thn..i...."...... .lace--- -town--.- _far_A ifKalr.-__ -Tirvmae_... _: tn.nifrit.- ...0....
ties were taken off the Norweglau Altogether the American sailors
steamer Galveston early today after are glad to once more put Poet on
,, having remained on the vessel in soil in this country after the hardships
quarantine since the arrival in the through which the most ofthem: have
;. roads Saturday. Boarding Officer gone since being arrested In the open
; Shearer of the custom house went out sea and compelled? to face charges' of:
to the Galveston on the government which they were not in the least.way :
launch Hawley ana, after the usual gulity. Stories of the most Inhuman I
formalities the 18 men were taken to treatment at the hands of the Ifexl- : :
the landing place at the Gulf Pish: cans 'are told by the fishermen. I we family the purity and healthfulness of Schii1Z I
your
;- cries, where friends were greeted. First Mate Joseph Weeks of the I .
and the story of their capture and Gulf Fisheries boat Lizzie B. Adams
detainment was told. related to the Tribune reporter in-
I
Capt. Spurlin of the Lizzie B. stances of suffering and mistreatment the I
Adams, belonging to the Gulf Fisheries I by the Mexican officials and .We spend more than all ordinary costs / o ,
of this place says the 'Mexican' the.Jailors of that country which are ,, .
,
authorities had no reason whateverfor I as cruel and sickening as the most :

making the arrests and he and hrorible outrages ever perpetrated by that it is. and 7. .
be
: every ona of the smack's crew went the Spaniards during their regimein brewing to sure pure : good. .
Cuba save that none of the .
vessel Americans, were murdered. i$ .
and that glasses had to be uaad on "After we had been taken before ofd+
; the smack to discern the light at that the custom house men," said Weeks, of
the
,point, the distance being so great. "and the American' consul had' furnished @u.r bacley is selected by one partners in
"We were more than 100 mites from bail for our release, we were t ,.
: the Mexican coast," said Capt Spur followed about the streets by police- 1our
lin "ana' were homeward bound with I men who carried a large club on one
down feet'to rock
six boxes of fish. We were fishing 'side and a pistol big enough to kill a bys 'We go 1400 for water'i;
", along that night but at no place did Texas steer a mile away on the
;4 we have our lines out within 70 other and whenever one of us were
miles of the reef." seen to laugh or began talking among is
Bohemia for The done in absolute
k Of their capture Capt. Spurlln said ourselves we were rearrested and to hops. brewing ,
the Mexican gunboat approached thrown into the most horrible dell
their vessel and after firing a shot imaginable. Nine of the Adams' crew .
l| across her bow commanded the were locked up in this Banner for nliness-Jhe beer is ,even cooled in filtered air. '
f' Adams to show her colors. The MexIcan no offense at all and our suffering :
captain, through his interpreter for the 15 days to which they sen *' st>., '' d' <,'
t S ordered Capt. Spurlin to come to his tenced us was almost unendurable. '' : 'l. '
;: vessel for a conference. "No excuse But for aid from friends on the outside '

holding was given us up by," continued the commander Capt. Spur.for weeks.we" would not have lived two i Then Schlitz is aged for months : so that it cam19t

lin, "except_that we were told that The mate_ .said that_the_ Mexicans_
';"'_ l. ___ ___,. 'U
'Uu. '''''''''''1 'uAlUU were for
pt"I"WH. in
given one
only Jay jan
: '"After taking six of our men misdemeanors, even for cutting affrays I cause biliousness. and .finally every bottle is sterilized.

aboard and putting an equal number'of but for laughing or talking on .
I' marines on the Adams, she was the streets they were sentenced to S ft f '

taken Into Progresso. Reaching that. serve 15 days.tn a jail built of solid Ask .for- the Brewery Bottling.Common I.
: port we wer 4 taken ashore under heavy rock with but one door and a small "
guard and after deer is sometimes substituted for Schlitz.To '
being' detained In a window to furnish ventilation. This "
< .house at the wharf were summoned building is 30 by 18 feet and from 40 avoid being imposed npen, see that the cork or crown is branded When you order
; one at a time before', the custom to 50 men were kept in there at a ,
house officials who questioned us regarding time. Negroes drunken men and I
r our location and whether' or every Imaginable character were da' -
is f: not we were fishing in their waters." kept in the loathsome place where beer 'for your home .
> Capt. Spurlin and his men were re- the Americans were forced to stay.
leased under bond and since then "We 'Were given brackish water to -
i they have been free to go about the drink," continued the mate "and had
city but COUld not come home. None we not been able to get friends from get the utmost
]I}: of the Adams' crew were put in Jail. the :outside to bring us money with
h';; The fish were thrown into the sea I which we could' buy water we would N J .
1|>: after the stench of the rotting car have perished. The water sold for
!: go became unbearable. Of the crew 12 cents a bucket and I saw several healthfulnessget
IK o( eight .five. including Captain Spur- poor fellows in the prison where we .
fl?r ]li lh, arrived here. Two of the sailors were kept suffering with fever .
got Into a fight between themselves brought on' by having to drink the
I''i S while in Mexico and they are sloppy salt water furnished them. The Sehlitz.
: now in Jail there. One of the men American consul finally had us re- ..
r went to New York. leased after we had been In prison
> jCapt John Malfltano: of the Pensa- for nine days." .
'
cola fishing smack and his crew of The men were furnished with ha'd1oards '.
.. six sailors, with the exception of the Phone 18 "'
to sleep on, unless they pre- .
; cqok. who went to New York with ferred to lie on the rock floor. Everywhere The Lewis Bear Co. '
the fishermen from the Adams join vermin could be _
seen crawlingand EMain and Palafax Sts. Pensacola
the other
fisherman in disclaiming the stench from Improper toilet ..
any attempt at fishing nearer than accommodations almost drove them
ten miles of any reef and as the case 'n crazy. They had to take their
i' with! the Adams the Pensacola boat clothing from their bodies and by
t was mona than 100 miles from the holding 'their nostrils close to thetara
!i'S Mexican shore. The boat of Capt across the small window they Th
Malfltano Sallle Stearns) had gone could get a breath of fresh air and etlterThat Made Milwaukee Famou's.
.
ttt '
Alusran for some flour and 'other keep from smothering. Food was
:;: provisions as has been previously furnished them by Americans on the _
stated in the Tribune and they were outside. -- -
< making' no effort to fish, nor had they The' Americans 1 -
had but one changeof consul to Manager ,Mum, in I

-' 'food been was fishing running for three low, and days.as Their is always they clothing were held during In the Progresso five ;weeks this the part:authorities"Despite all here our do-,best not says care efforts to HAD ROUGH Ice I Cream Festival ... ................. .....-.............. .............. ............. ....... .......... .................................................. JtA/

feet right the ,case do(and they have a per was furnished by the American con make any decision. It is insisted ... FlY AND
to _
so) the Stearns put sul. They were not allowed to get that a decision must first come from .AND.DANCE MOSQUITO SCREENS.Put .
Into
the FROM
harbor In
a friendly way to their clothing from tba boats until the -Mexican
and it is
government uncertain
,gdt supplies. They were captured the day before sailing and then it in
and taken 'to Progesso on April 19. was discovered that almost when they will take the case your own We have common size in stock \
every. up:! It- is not matter .of
i S' days or
\Tf>day Manager Munn of the fish thing had' been, stolen by the guards weeks but months before the WAVE to be
matter given at the
'
:
eries here Phone
received Instruction from left on the ships.'A will be passed 11. H- G. DeSILVA & CO-

:- 'the. Warren Fisheries at Pensacola to letter written by the American ,Manager Munn upon.feels doubly sure of THE GULF SOON C. K. of A. Hall, Thursday, :I .A..A........A......................,....."."".. V4VV1N1IHV1MI1/1ArN/1/1hVVV.VWOVWMCATARAH1
winnn2'! the fnr his ,
L paco: nort red f-
.,, y '
'
: with the decision which will evenual--I ING I Jnne7, 1906. I
,
F ly be rendered by the'Mexteans, the ,, '
AN INSIDIOUS I for tha -
MALARI FOE United States will'then take the matter benefit of St. Michael's church.
fl in han ', and whatver the Mexican A special from ADMISSION, 25 CENTS.

11 TO HEALTH government's decision may be it 'Miami Metropolis 8a> MUSIC BY BARRIOS' ORCHESTRA '
I is thought by AIrv Munn that 'there is I .
Malaria Is an atmospheric poison which we unconsciously breathe into no other way for' the matter to be The schooner Wave

I '. ',I longs through the impure air arising from low marshy places, stagnant adjusted than for She Americans to Tuesday from I I FOUL BREATFI
: poqda, damp cellars, sewer pipes, improperly ,ventilated houses, decaying be cleared of all charges of fishing of lumber. Captain

,; vegetable matter, etc. Day after day these germs and poisons are taken into on Mexican1 territory; after leaving there on IA BIG REDUCTION If You Continually K'hawk and Spit and There is a Constant
I : the and the blood that he
lungs, as passes through them it becomes infected with the encountered
:; poison and'in its circulation distributes the microbes of disease to all parts THE 'PEClJ'LIAR'OUTP'uT OF which did I Dripping From the Nose Into tha Throat, If You Have

.'' of the body. Malaria is a very insidious disease;;it gives no warning of its MR.PRYOR'S.. LITTLE" DUCK vessel, but : In the Amount of Foul,. Sickening Breath, That is Catarrh.

coming until the circulation is filled with the: poison and this foe to health Geo. W. Pryor, .Sf., ,is the owner of ed the storm through.The CURED ,
',- has the system at its mercy. The blood becomes polluted, thin and weak and a small duck-just an ordinary, captain reports 4..i'I THROUGH THE BLOOD BY B. B. B.

:', its slow, irregular circulation fails to properly nourish and strengthen the every day, common 'representative of 13th. when off : HEADAC'HES II your breath foul, Ii your voles htnky? omens rt<*
'.. body. Then the entire system is attacked,and if the germs and poisons oi the: species arias ooscba -which, In what was supposed Ji Doyoaineeseacreatdeolf your noee itopped?Do you snore at nlghtt tingling membrane flood of wara.rtcht, and pareblood a 11rect i
\t' Malaria are allowed to remain the strongest constitution.will break down. the otdinary course of events would bottom up but owing quent pains in the forehead Do you Do han bare fre. to the,paralyzed nerves, mucus lIl"IIIDra/1'.
n-i
you
No one can feel well when the system is in'a malarial condition; the vitality 3e wholly unkonwn ,to fame. But condition were' unable, : Since the People Are Using pains across the eyes Arc you losing your bones strengthjuetwhereitieneededandway and Joints glrlng wanntr.' I is :-JJ!
sense of .
;.' is weak, the appetite poor, digestion deranged the complexion this duck Is a prize winner of the enough to discover throat AreycmloaMyoar smeU? -Is there dropping In the. mating a perfect laitUli CUItI
tallow and,tte entire body feels the effects of.the poison. Malaria must grows be first water, its specialty being the By many it Is 1 Are yon gradually getting dean sons Do you of taste hear catarrh to aU Its forms.
laying of eggs of various sizes and fated schooner ouinngsoundsJ! Do you BsTortnglna lotto DEAFNESSIf
removed ff ht the the
circulation
system through and the only medicine that colors. Two notable' Fogarty which left ears -lo you'suffer WIth nausea of the .
I ; can accomplish this is S. S. S. It not only cleanses blood specimens of stomach? Is there a eomtaat bad taste are gradually growing desf or&r*
the. of all unhealthy 8th. BromoVin iu Botalll'1J
duck's ready deaf or hard of tr
1 the efforts along this line the mouth DO ;hare. bearing > |
yoq hacking
.f, ;: morbid S matter t destroys the germs, cures Malaria and restores this vital were brought to The' Journal office Do you cough at night? Do yoa take cough cold? Blood Balm(B. B. B.). Most forms of o deaf.flees catarrh. .-
fluid to a strong, healthy condition. S. S. S. yesterday by Mr. Pryor.one" whichis It you knew the easily Catarrh? If la so not,you only dangerous catarrh. or, and partial In curing deafness catarrh are eaosen by B B| B.
, is made of roots herbs and balks combining nearly as large'as" turkey egg lain's Salve you but It causes ulcerations,death and this decay way of their thousands of men and women .cave bat
t'. S S S purifying and tonic properties which keep the and seal brown 'In 'color, the second be without it. Here For Salo byWhite's kUla bones ambition,lose of thtnktnlud and ,reasoning often power, Botanic hearingoompleklyrestored Blood Balm(B.B.B.)11 PIea*.?.
blood free,of all poisons and the system in being .a little larger than an ordinary diseases for which of energy. dyepeysia causeglou I and safe to take. Thoroughly tested for
e .' PharmacyPALAFOX reaches raw 20 yr. Composed Pure Botanic in-
throat and
t duck "
and-colored'light
perfect condition.. 'While destroying the egg green valuable: Sore and insanity.. 1& needs general debility,Idiocy gr ed1ent.. &treiurthens Weak giom 5"f'
i PURELY VEGETABLE germs of JHf1 and building! up the weak, Mr. Pryor says the eggs are exactlyas hands burns, frost ,, STREET Cure it by taking Botanlo aUentIoD Blood a. once. cores Dyspepsia. Price 81 per largl at-
' ;: polluted S. S. S. gives-tone and vigor deposited, in' thee nest" ;by his peculiar chronic sore eyes Manufactured by (B.B.B.). It is a quick,radical,permanent Balm right Ue. Take quantity al directed.Is taken,money refunded.'' when
i. to'the entire Book little duck and as M% Pryor fs"a ter salt rheum and cure because 16 Ms the system of the poison Blood BAlm
, system. on the blood and any medical advice without :G. VAN. ANTWERP & SON germs that CAlUe.catarrh Blood Sample Sent Free by writing .
;
monument Balm trouble.and
Co.
,hart.e, H/r SWIFT SPECIFIC CD., ATLANTA, GA. I has to o veracity what, .he says 25 cents per box. Mobile, Ala. B.B.B).purifies the blood does away with Atlanta special free Ga. medical Describe advice your ;o sui
, druggists. 4 I I /vegsymptamgivinPsireagthtotheentire your case also sent la sealed letur

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I THE PE.NSACOLIA. JOURNAL THURSDAY
MORNING
JUNE
1906
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1jH; I ILYOO MICASK1LL' tjLOSE. Surf: Bathing HIGH A AvEff AGES }: ,






l L, \ LAND. 1V: 1VExcurio V MjDEftYt. ; .T' 1T1Dandene ,


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: Friday' Night, June 8th V V ,
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V 'c CASES. :
PUPILS,
...BENEFIT.: Grew This Hair
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NISHIMGS(;) Christ Chur h Guild V V V V


__ .' Government Claims that Crooked Sisters School jl Warrington AND WE CAN f

Entries Had Been 'Made by Steamer Columbia V Several V V ,
.J, Close and Gold! ; VV :!' ;
V ?
'-:".' OtlginaCI&ma!' ts.McCAKtLL will leave- Palafox Wharf at A VTdetPIIP1IS.
MedaI
S' :
We are opening UPright new, '<<.goods': ";'I ,. r ') I 5i30 o'clock anci l, :returnipgreach ,::. 'V V PROVE IT. I It L'

: C',ii '
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city'ai 9AS, 4,:, -
V
; along-samples, oiall nov. ENJOINED .FROM I V The schools -Wiarrington under: I
:n, Fare children 25 '
cents L
elties are shown here hbtlrom,'' CLAIMING ,OR TAKING POSSESSION ', V V ; the : supervision and direction of ,thj ,
[adults 35 cents. Sisters of 'Mercy have*. co! ed. Many jj\ V ','
the ,makers. Underwear that OF PROPERTY. AT ISSUE- : I
i Refreshments served onboard of the pupils showed themselves proficient V i,

soothes. Vests that. decorate JAMES MED IN CASE ALSO DECIDED -i boat. Jn Jhe several ,branches of cI'ft3? A

I result high c % Little Frances Marie Knowlton is the daughter i
ornament 'IN FAVOR OF THt studies and as a and eXcellent V\
Scarfs that Everything of Dr. E. W. Knowlton the discoverer of
averages were secured by I I V V ,; t
\ ht8gre&thairgrowmgremedy.andherbeautifr -
from hat to, hose in men UNITED STATES. BEGINNINGV ,those who competed' in the examina-' I -4 ,$ I V ful hair was grown wholly by the use of this iI :

tions. ., ,, great tonic.A 1 V
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and bojs' wear. The following V shows the averages I Jt \ This little girl had no more hair than the
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Get the soft Shirt habit. $1.50 I' United States Judge Swayne yes FRIDAY JUNE 8th made and to whom ,gold jneda's and V V : V V V average child before using and Dandertne most beautiful, while J
the has the longest
now
V "
.,terday 'afternoon ,rendered 'his aeCil ,prizes: were awarded Vt wty 1 Vl r I
head of golden hair ever possessed by a child .i
to $3.50 with and without collar l ton in the 'case':of the government THE MONARCH The gold' medal Jn V the,.,ninth grade I ? V' of her age in the world. .

I_[ versus., J. J" ,c'C.1skU1 Company, was a warded'to. Miss Ein Ohaffin for -wtttf.. :.t 4'\. 4 ':V ,\ Danderine makes the scalp healthy and fertile ''
and with separate soft col. I wherein valuabli government land win-'Make a Regular l Friday Afernoon highest average' at the' annual examination !-, : tV VV V j4 4 and keeps It so. It is: the greatest scalp fertili j
f was controversy. A decision was -I and therefore the greatest hair-producing JI
Trip to her average'being' 94.2. Miss I V t1ttltt1 zer '
lars. rendered in favor, of the United V : remedy ever discovered. It Is a natural food I
brilliant V
States. ., Chaffin passed. a, examination,I V and a wholesome medicine for both the hair V ,
Life her work in many cases neared per-I V V and scalp. Even a 25c. bottle of it will put
I i" Judge also of Saving Station I
Swayne disposed another
Oldmixon of
fection.. Miss.Hildred ranks more genuine life in jour hair than a gallon
case wherein great interest has .: next, with W average' Sfl.7. ; c any other hair tonic ever made.

sr.-i.I States been manifested, that of the United and ,Gulf 1 1 i AMISS Mildred's ,work also: is deserving
against James Medlin- a prominent .
I of great praise. gold medal .
| turpentine operator of Levy Leave p. m. and return 7:30 p.m. I I in the sixth grade was awarded to Miss ,.
l.i
county, where all land grants at Issue l.t
II. Bertha Langley, who made general,
.vere In the vacated.McCaskill the Ij I[I average of 95.5. Her work would re-
case government
i through District Attorney Shep- j I i flect credit on a young lady of sixteen NOW at all druggists, in three sizes, 25 cents 50 cents V
and she is only eleven. :Miss Lilian
Wits Barber perd asked that the patent to the and $1.00 per bottle.
with 87. "
Shop Touard ranks second
tend acquired by McCaskill be can L McKINNOWILLESpecial '
celled. The allegation was made ay The 'gold medal "mathematics in : To show how quickly Danderine acts we will t
fne white barbers, formerly of 35! the United States' that the parties the ninth grade, awarded to Miss:: I1IiIa FREE. send a large sample free by return mail to anyone
S Palafox St., located at No.' ,, Hildred Oldmixon, 955 '
are now from whom McCaskill secured the average per who sends this advertisement to the Knowlton Danderine i .
s; E Government St. next to Western Edna Chaffin ranks next i
cent. Miss
land in question had secured posso To The c Journal. Co. Chicago, with name and address and 10 cents in silver or V
\
Union. I with an average of 92.5. Latest Photo Of FRANCES MARIE KNOWUTON
sion of the property by fraud. Mc Powelton, June 6. Miss Rosa Gibson to !
postage.
880 Garfield Boulevard, Chicago. Stamps pay
The gold medal for mathematics in Aft Four Years,
-, Caskill, through his attorney argued was the attractive ,guest of) drawn for by _,_ ........-___--_.-_._, 1
the sixth grade was ,
that he I --- ----- --- -- ---------
COTTRELL, purchased tha lane in good Misses Lena and Marje Mullins last) ,
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. faith and knew nothing of any fraud. week. Miss Gibson returned to her i(Misses Marie Jones. Catherine Anderson -l drawn for by Masters Willie Marion, l.

Perisacola Fla.WATCHES Judge Swayne held that the government home in Pine Barren Saturo.'ay to the I and L'llian: Touard, won by Miss: Erick Anderson and PeTer ?McGinn! WALLACE BRUCE
laws makes ft obligatory regret of her many tnends here. Catherine Anderson. won by Erick Anderson. 1;

--'T" -- -- '- upon purchasers of land to ascertain 'Mrs. J. H. Mullins has been ill for/ The first gold medal for music in Prize in the fifth grade won,by Lam-'I HUDSON VALLEY .

AND CUT GLASS that the title to same is correct: and several days, but is now able.. to be the senior grade was awarded to Miss: bert *Doyle. :Prize in the fourth grade
Something Swell In Gold Jewelry. clear and without! flaw. The court out I Hildred Oldmixon {average % per won by Willie Marion. Prize in the tj
Issued an injunction resigning Mc Mr. Cecil Wilson and his friend cent. The second gold medal for third
W. A. Ga'hlenbeck. 2H S. Palafoi St grade won by Tony Piazza.! {
Caskill from taking possession of the Mr. Alonzo Wilson of Pensacola, music in the senior grade, was awarded Prize in the second grade won by Victor -' PRESIDENT OF FLORIDA CHAU- ,,

land in question or making any claim spent Sunday here. to Miss :Marie Groasjohann, aver Huggard. 'Prize in the first grade TAUQUA INTERVIEWED BY A ,
TURTON & BELL. tot. Mr. R. E. Luckey of Greenville, age 91.3. Both young ladies acquitted won by Albert Simmons.A >

PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1879. The Medlin Case. Ala., was a pleasant caller at the themselves with such marked proficiency -' I BROOKLYN EAGLE REPORTER. '
Sapphire Rosary for sacred his
Kodak Supplier Finishing! far Amateur! home of Mrs. Kate Wilson on Sun that it was found necessaryto I -
.
The Medlin which also
ca&! was tory won by Magnus Grossjohann,
deviate from the custom and give .
,
decided in favor of the government day.Mr. average 97. Eddy Noble, second, I
medal.
each
:
: John lowe left a
R. K. WHITE by Judge Swayne contained many Monday at medal average 96.Prayer :, The Brooklyn Eagle of June 2 says: :
in the
The junior grades
noon for Tunnel Springs, Ala., wherehe were "
sensational allegations on the part of "Home again, and hard at work, )
Mchmaker.: Manufacturing Jeweler end Graduate book for spelling
has awarded to Miss Catherine Anderson, competed
accepted a position. His
nI.
Cpticlan./ 30 S. Palafox Street. Pensacola. Fla.terselyTold the United States. The government many friends regret to see him average 81.3. : for by all the ,pupils to be'd'ra wn for wag the reply of Wallace Bruce on his
:that Medlin had file go. after delivering tie
alleged' negroes to Brooklyn, -'
'claims for and on government laud, Miss Ada Fleming of McKin.non-: A prize was awarded to Miss Louise i by Eddy: Noble and Drausin! Davin- way detpratioa address at Brewster. He I I. ,
yule, returned home Monday after Hatchings who averaged 80.6. port, average 9 each. ..
and further that he furnished the spick of the splendid winter and great EVERY OFFER MUST HAVE SOME
spending several with' Miss Sa- The for stringed instrumentswas Deportment prize
blacks money with which to make all days prize won by Joseph success of the Florida Chautauqua GOOD POINT

improvements demanded by law. bra Hardy. awrded Ma'plUS Grossjohnn witha Handlon. : from which he recently: returned, of
A decision vacating "all! 'patents secured Mrs. ,Parker and Miss Florence percentage 'of 88., 'His theoretical 'Prize for penmanship to be drawn I which he is president. He believes! and when we offer the Walk-Over o; _
:"T A. Jennings left yssterday on a on the lands in question wat Thatcher of Roberts and Miss Rileyof 'part deserves special praise. j for by Willie Hubbird and Wilie Mar- there is no climate finer than western Banister Shoe we assure you it is a },
-'nf rendered by the court Pensacola. spent Saturday'WIth The gold medal for perfect attendance ion.Prize Florida, and of the three hundred fetching shoe for the proper foot It ;
Judge Swayne signed the bill of Mrs. J. H. Mullins and daughters.Mrs. for the past three years, was for perfect attendance since Chautauqua assemblies in this counT J5 a shoe that you must see to fully

1 l'i: tfc' municipal court yesterday exceptions in the case of T. D. Qv isles ; G. B. McGill of Pensacola was awarded to Miss Katie ,'Hubbard. A the removal of quarantine! awarded to try, the Florida Chautauqua was the II reahze its style and 'beaut '; it isa, ... I

ludgp Laney had just fourteen cases versus M. L. Lindsay, involvingtitle a pleasant visitor here Wednesdayand prize was awarded lot Miss Gracie Bern rd.-Rel'Jy. ..:. only one which bad a session of nine shoe that you must wear to appre- ;
!'c dispose of, which he did by ad'i to the Quigles grant in Santa Thursday, the guest of the Robertson, who has not been absent Boys. ... I weeks.In cate; its'qualitj

JuI:Igiag eleven guilty and discharging Rosa county. An order for writ of Misses Mullins. within the past three" years, but has The gold'medal for highest average I speaking of his work for 'the summer In fact, it is the shoe for you, and
!thitn. of the accused. Forty dollars I error .to the circuit court of appeaio I Mrs. visited Cary and son, A. D., of.Mus I been late. V in the e"ghth: grade awrded to Master! he referredto several l lectures and the pncjs are within reach of all.

mil co>u; were assessed hi 'the way was alSo signed. cogee, her parents Prof. and Thp-- pnlrt-- mpdal ;for this- vear's.attendance Magnus Grossjohann, with average ot! addresses winch he was preparing for )
Mrs. J. M. Tate
Sunday.
wadr
ji fine: Miss Nora Lewis of Mus ogee is >Gracie Robertson wn-''Bertha by'Misses I: !D8.2.> Joseph Handlon ranks next I: July and August; that he had three I White & NixOUTFITTERS
Langley
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Unknown
apuin F. E. Johnson of the Artil Friends. visiting Mrs. Mary,Welch this week. The gold medal for highest average books relating to the Hudson on the
There people who have Catherine Anderson Louise Hutch. In the sixth 'grade drawn for by,: and was also arranging a new
Ifn Corps wfoo recently came i.o are many Mrs. Pleas Dawson. was a caller l ings press
Chamberlain's Colic Bessie McGinn, Wnnie Yond. 'Masters Noble Dav- volume of for publication in ;
Fort Barrancas has received order used Choleraand here Sunday. V Eddy and Drausin poems I
LilyRobertson C. .
detailing him in th3 Army Pay De- Diarrhoea Remedy with splendid Mr. Crumpton Brooks of Pensacola : worn by for Anderson.A il :port, average of 84.5 ach. 'Bernard l the autumn. Your Mensy's Worth or Your Money Back
V. Mi
of B. best
statue
pal).: :ment. with a station in the iFhllipp.ne results, but who are unknown because is visiting Mrs. Kate Wilson this answersin : Reilly ranks next, average 80. i ln.repjy. to ,the question as to what PHONE 790. V
Islands. This is the second offi they have h'! Hated about 'giv week. sacred studies, including Christian : The ,gold medal : for mathematics par! ofMus[; work he enjoyed best, he

"tr within a month to leave Fort ing a testimonial of their experiencefor Mr. Anderson and bride, nee Miss doctrine and Bible history, drawn for awarded to Magnu .Grossjohann.aver-/ said it was difficult to answer. He Next to New Brent Building

l terrancas for duty in our eastern publication. These people, how. Daisy Thompson, ana1 sister Miss by Misses Katie Hubbard, Maggie' and age 98:' Bernard iJeflly second, with thoughtMt a good rule to like best the PALA.FOX ST.
pcssess tons. ever, are none the less friends of this Clara, visited at the home of Mrs. G. ''Hildred': Oldmixon, Marie Jones won average of 92. duty immediately before one, but he 29 S.
remedy. They hav done much to- G. Hardy Sunlay. by Hihked; Oldmixon. might say that his associations wth; i PHONE 790.

Ask jour grocer for B'ue Ribbon ward making it a' household word by Mrs. C. L. Jennings and children :An Onyx Rosary awarded to Miss V V the Hudson Valley. his home and 1 I __ Vf ,
Loaion! or Vanilla, the cheapest as well their personal recommendations to Maude, Joseph -and Freddie Lee, of Edna Chaffln for best answers in the AN OLD IDEA. birthplace, were nearest to his heart i!I --------V, .--V '
friends and neighbors. It is spelling contest, averaged 100. A ---- and he cherished with special fondness -!i ''''=-- .1''i!; z.ra1. ="' 'JI
a the best Absolutely! pure. Goes a good< Mus ogee are visiting Mrs' Jen: ,
i twice as far.Grocers. medicine to have in the home and is nings's mother Mrs. Mullins this prize was ,awarded to Miss Hildred Shown to be Absolutely False by the patriotic poems and addresses

widely known for its cures of diar! week. Master James ,will join his Oldmixon, for best penmanshp:, in the V Modern Science. which he had delivered from Sara : IT'S TIlE STARCHING i I

Want Pure Foods. rhoea and all forms of bowel trouble. mother in a few days. ninth graile, aver 100. A prize was People used to think that baldness toga to the sea. I
Buffalo. N. Y., June 6.-Upwar of For sale by all druggists.AUCTIN Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Mullins of awarded to ,:Miss Bessie Waggenerfor was one of those things which are I Itill be remembered that Mr. ,
300 wholesale grocers from all see- I Muscogee visited relatives here Sun, best reading in the ,s'xth: grade. handeddown from generation to gen Bruce gave the Centennial poem at That makes; the shins collars j .
I iA to be drawn for I and cufl'ttan'l; !this! hoi V
prize Misses
';ons of the country met here yester SALE. V by eration, from father to son-just like Bennington, and the Centennial poem
rafor the purpose of forming a CAR LOAD MILK COWS SATUR. day.The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Hardywill Edna Chaffin and Hildred Oldmixon family,'heirloom.'Science' V I at Newburgh, on the occasion of the weather so \\.11.!! The )linens We
for best reading .in the ninth do Keep the;r shape and retain I
"atioaal) organization, the object: of DAY JUNE 9, AT 10 A. M. AT Me. regret to learn "that their' infant grade ; has shown the .falseness of anniversary of the disbanding of the up
which will be the enactment and en- MILLAN & TURTON'S STABLES, son, Leslie, is ill was won by Hildred Oldmixon. A I this belief by proving that baldness army under Washington; the poem their whiteness longer thanothers i V
laundry
fcrcement of pure food legislation WEST INTENDENCIA STREET. A party of young people gathered, prize drawn for. by f 'M'sses; ,Lillian :tself is not a constitutional for the Army of the Potomac at Saratoga Everyone of our j
and the advancement of their business 6june4t. at the home of :Mrs. G. H. Mullins: Touard and Catherine, Anderson for but the result of. a- germ diSea.5e'j and the unveiling of the Soldiers workers is an expert in his '

generally.G. last 'Friday evening and spent most ''I best penmanship in the sixth grade which only Hljrpicide can effectually Monument of Saratoga. He has particular work. Let us do, V

A. M. LeFRANCAIS, enjoyable evening with games music was won by Miss Touard. A prize I rid the scalp.Washingonly. appeared as orator or poet at almost your laundry work once an1jou'll

B. Burnhans Testifies After Four VETERINARY' ,:SURGEON, and ;dancing. Those present were awarded to Miss Etta Touard for best cleans the scalp of every town and city along the river: )) readily see that we have

Years. -, PHONE 497. >. Miss Rosa Gibson of Pine Barren, application. A j j1ze awarded to Miss I Dandruff, it doesn't kill": the germs. at the Academy of Music Manhattan, good reason for claiming tofdothe

G B. Burhans. of Carlisle! Center, Miss Ada Fleming of McKinnon- Etti| Touard for lady-like, deportment "Destroy the cause you remove the at the grave of John! A. Dix at Yonkers best laundry work.

X, y. writes: "About four yean -- vile, Miss Allie ,Seals of PenSacola, on all occasions- and to Miss Edna I effect." V ; Pflughkeepsie, Catskill, Tivoli,
a'o I wrote you stating that I had Miss Amelia Felming, Miss Amelia Mkirphy. A prize aiward fo Miss Bertha ; N wbro's Hsrpicide will do this in I Saugertis, Hudson, Chatham, Troy,I The Star Steam
been entirely cured of a severe kidne McDonald :Misses Marye and Lena Langley for best answers in the United every case. It is also a delightful and at many of these and other places i
\ trouble by taking less than two Great Mullins, Mr. Jim Fleming, Mr. Char- States history. Contest between dressing. V several times in succession.; It is safeto Laundry. I

bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure. It lie Webb Mr. Conner. Mr. Dan Barker noniCatholics as a balance subjectfor For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte say that no other poet or orator, '

entirely stopped the brick dust sediment and Mr. Tom Bradley. S. studies with Catholics. druggist and apothecary, 121 South during the last thirty years, has beenso :37 E SarO en St. Phone 114.Fcnaacola. .

! and pain and symptoms of kid- Junior Grades.A Palafox street, or sentf lOc in stampsfor closely associated with the memorial Fla. .'
acv disease disappeared. I am gladto DEATH' OF A. E. BURCHYESTERDA.Y prize awarded to Miss Augusta sample to The Herpicide Co., Detroit services of the entire Hudson Valley -

! say that I have never had a returnof Reduction in MORNINGA. Simmons for highest average. in the Mich. "" ,-", =

any of thosa symptoms during the i i Misses fifth grade.Regina A Davenport prize drawn for by I ___________.__ ________'_ n' n VVV ,_ ____=...... ,
and Blanche
four years that have elapsed and I am ...,.,.. ..
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Oldmixon for highest ""
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"rtdently cured to stay cured. and E. Burch, 51 years old, of 513 average in the --- -

heartily recommend Foley's Kidney East Wright stret died yesterday junior fifth grade, average 91.8 won

('ure to any one suffering from kid. morning, after a lingering illness from by Miss Oldmixon. A prize award-j MEN'S WEAR THIS WEEK.
nv. or bladder trouble. For sale by consumption. The funeral -will beheld ed to Miss Louise Hutchings

" A. 'At m.berte, druggist and from the house at 10 o'clock est average in fourth grade, average of Men's Fine Worsted and Cassimere Trousers
Apothecary. Eye GIssos S this morning and the interment will 93.1. 200 pair ,

be in St. John's cemetery. A prize awarded Miss Mildred Chaf worth regular $3.50, $4 and $5, for $2.79.
Discharged From Custody. 'Mr. Burch came to Pensacola some fin for highest average in the third V

Monrovia. Cal., June 6.-Mrs.: Albert ten years ago as circulation! represen- grade, average 97. We have received in the last few days an elegant lineV
i> Storrs who was charged ,with taive for some outside papers, later A prize awarded to Miss Winn'e:
Qf murder of her husband' Roland becoming identified with the local papers Yond for highest average in juniot of Mon's Shirts from the best Shirt manufacturers in

Storrs, was discharged yesterday. and servin'g for a time as circu- third grade, average 94. lprize
Juge( Northup held that the evi.. lation manager of The Journal. :Afterwards drawn for by Misses Olive Waggenerand the United States. See our big south show windowfor

d'nce dij'; not warrant holding her ou We are now sellingHawkes' he worked in various positions Louise Smallwood, won by Olive will benefit
the charge. chiefly in connection with ,life insure \\' :ggener. A prize for best answersin styles. You yourself by buying your

ance as a solicitor and collector. He all junior grades in Christian doctrine Shirts ,from us, for there is real Shirt comfort In the
How to Break Upa Cold. leaves a wife and two small boys to awarded to :Miss Winnie Yond, !.
It may be a surpr'.ss; to many to mourn his death. average 100. I. kind, we sell. When you buy Half'Hose you had best '

learn! that broken a severe up in coli one or can two be days'comDUely o V V ..,, Chaffln'A prize and drawn Lily for Rcbertson by Misses for Mildred best! buy them from a specialist, for .It takes years of experience : V

'ne. "h first symptoms of a cola 2.50 Eye Glasses answers' in the spelling, contest between to learn how to judge the quality in this line
Ire all the jUnlor'grades, by
a dry loud cough, a profuse VV won
"atery discharge from the nose, and 10 days trial of Mildred Chaffin. Our buyer has had over twenty years' experience in
a thin white for ,A prize for best penmanship in all V
coating on the tongue. '
Tien Chamberlain's cough remedy,' Is junior grades drawn for by Misses buying and selling these goods, and we believe Is an V

taken every hour on the first appear. Blanche Bonner and Louise Hut hin'gi expert. Our stock is the most complete to be found
"are of these symptoms. It counter- 5 was won by Blanche Bonner.A .

:f he et5 the effect of the cold and, restores $1. ? : :, POSTUM prize for penmanship drawn for' in the ,city, comprising all the season's latest novel
system to by Misses Augusta Simmons and
a healthy condition :
\'ithin a day Or two. For sale by all '-. Beulah Crona, won by Augusta Sim- ties as well as staples. Styles ranging In price from

d."U'gg'sts.-.,. I In place of coffee: means mons.A prize for reading drawn for by 10 cents to $1.00 per pair. i


CAR LOAD AUCTION MILK SALE.OOWS SATU'R..Y W A. D'Alemberte' big things' to anyone., the Misses best Erelynn readers Robertson in all junior, MargueritePearl grades, V WATSON PARKER & REESE CO. (

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& Chaffin
JUNE 9, AT 10 A. M. AT Me. Mildred Winnie Yond, "

"MIL.LAN, & TURTON STABLES, Drugglsf and Ahecaq' "THERE'S A REASON." Olive Waiggener, Louise Smallwoodand Successors to Green & Watson. '
EST Jennie Croke.
INTEND ENCIA STREET. t
tl I&nP4t 121 South, Palafci! { Street Pensicoli,,Aa.o The gold medal for attendance I _____ ___ ,

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PUBLIC SCHOOLAT V != ? 'Ask doctor how long- he has : -
your

i iIbt JtnjafoJaJ OtRI known Ayers Cherry Pectoral.. HAVE THE GODSSUBMITTED

: : cNTuRY-CLOSLD YourDocmr 'Ask.him if he uses it himself.Jn:

his own family. Ask him if he

! w --- -, :', .' V can recommend anything better for throat and lung troubles, such as hard ANY"OFFERS"

V V coughs and colds, hoarseness, bronchitis, weak lungs. Do as he says, at any
t DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. TERM ONE OF THE .MOST SUCCESSFUL rare. We .... w.hi.JlO.eer.t W.publish J.C.ArrCo...
V are Willing. the foramina of all oarmeaioinegI Lowell X.... TO YOU

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY IN .HISTIORY. OF ..
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...BY... THRIVING,UTLE% CITYPERSONAL '- RECENTLY?
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YOUNG LADY/ HIT
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THE JOURNAL COMPANY. : ...
: In his ." of Pandora Longfellow
WITH BRICK BAT "Masque wrote :
jljlnnjmnjtnnnannnnniw&niw r jwj rn jn j j j jj fl Jt flWW .
V J JI Special to The Journal.

: FRANK L. MAYES, Pr.'Id'nt and General Manager.MEMBER Century June._ 6.-The: Methodist '"The Gods implore! not,
Sunday school picnic was 'quite a ,
solicit not offer
they
Pfead not only
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success. The littte folks4: had a MISS ANNIE wfflTE WHILE RE.
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., I THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. specially nice time.. Their elders CHOICE AND OCCASION, which once being passed

had a very pleasant day. The; TURNING HOME FROM PLEASURE I L// WO MORE. Dost thou the "
$ -- '-- --- -W---'Wflft.W r WfWI W worthy superintendent Mr. Bradley Ap hV RETURN accept gift?

: SUBSCRIPTION RATES. was unabla.to attend on account of JAUNT". ,,*PAINFULLY" .
!
; One year..s DO Ono MOflth.I.Iss.V 45 illness.Mrs. Edward All missed A.him.Hauss accompanied .. V ?IHJURED.* V / I The same thought appears in Ingall's striking

I Six Months................ 2 50 One Week................ "* mother Mrs. Allen, 1v. V in which he
by her "Opportunity pictured
; Three Months..... ....... 125 Weekly Edition. per year..11 O( who spent the winter with< her daughter poem on that

,, 1 Ju-Lr wuwtt --W 1VrVrU1n.flJtV-VrJ-nL JuWrLn nnrLrJJflflLrJtT1V little Miss Anna Cynthia. ana<: Miss Annie White. while returning I deity as stalking through the world and knockng:

Master: Frank Hecker left for Detroita home with a party of young ladies and:
The Detailed .
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Which
t \ Only Pensacola Newspaper From a / ONCE on every door-never to return again.
few days ago. gentlemen from a hay-ride last night

i \ Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. i iI Mobile.Miss Kate Callier ,spent. Sunday, in was painfully injured by some un- Both writers halt a littte short of completeness

: ww U :Ir. 'Willie Rice' spent Sunday in known person throwing a brick in the I in their striking pictures-for it should be made

I V' Offices, 108 and 110 East Papers on Saloon" Trains Pensacola the guest of his son,ami wagon and striking her in the side.long :AI ",
I I daughter Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Rice. deep gash was cut and Miss < clear that while the same "choice and occasion! ,
i Government. Phone38. and at all News Stands.PENSACOLA .
t : T. M. who was quite missile "
Mrs. Cuyler White suffered great pan.: The the come but
r ji ---1jV________V- VJt oM I W._ Ill for several days, rs very much im vehicle at same "opportunity, once-new opportunities
I .V.: proved. was thrown into the through the world in endless
V the Garden walking an
: corner of Spring and A Very Cross: One. go -
r FLORIDA, THURSDAY MORNING JUNE 7, 1906 "Mrs. Turberville- is visiting her streets. Miss Waite! immediately
I ;_ other in Furman Alabama. conveyed 'horns and V was a physician examination Mrs. Gayboye jJohn, "what. iserOS5- procession forever, out-numbering the people

I : V Plenty of Work for primary called for that purpose. and Mitch:Little'all,Misses Edna Annis McGee Tracy and, Lesbia Willie summoned. The police were at once Ga"bo'e-It's what I get. when 1 themselves-so that not only is there "choice andoccasion"

the one receiving the majority of the and Helen Cranneli who took partsof notified of the dastardly deed of seme come home later than 11. for
born
i: Congress to ,Do* V V votes cast in the second primary is declared Fairies in the May Day exercises miscreant or hoodlum. and "opportunity" everyone into
the nominee. haid their made. were The hay ride wa'3gIven in honor: of of choices and
pictures: They the world-but a choice occasions and
matters .
Although important Miss
: many Fortunately for our people a second veritable fairies with their accordion Preagler of Greenville, Ala.,and

I :.' have been brought up during the present primary is unnecessary in Hernando plaited skirts V sliver spangles ana Miss Josephine Beniss, of Grand opportunities.If .

2 "*" session of ocngress but little has' county. Nominations were made for butterfly wings They, ,gave the Rapids, Mich.
I missed the knock of
i been accomplished and nearly all of all the state offices contested for in photographer ten poses t Arrests are Made. I II you Opportnnity on your
the first primary. For the county offices ':Mrs. Gillian Ray Nichols left Cen- Deputy Sheriff C. W. Johnson and listen for
door more to-clay-for
: the measures of national importanceare yesterday, raps they
Special Officer
W. M.
Ray
only one office had two candidates tury June 3rd. She movea1 to Pensa immediate-j I
'V still hanging fire.held up by either running for it and, of course cola. She will be greatly mimed ly took charge of the case after being will come, if you are looking for them, and "cultivating" !.

,:V the senate or house on various pre was decided in that primary.We specially by the "little folks." notified Both officers worked hurrid-
: texts. In this connection the follow- have some fault to find with Mr. J. E. Spoon visited his daughter iy and less than"two hours after the them.

J the second primary. Interest in the Mrs.. Laura Barry Sunday. Mas- crime was committed swore out war
V ing relative to measures now before To the alert reader of advertisements "Oppor-
V election is greatly reduced before the ter John Berry accompanied him back rants against Ernest Roach and Jack]

congress from The Birmingham Age second is held.. The number of votersis to Brent. B nifay, as being dangerous and suspicious tunity"! becomes a familiar figure-not an illusive

Herald, will prove of interest: not as large, and the voters are not! School Closing. characters V for the purpose of

:. Congress may adjourn for ,the session always the same. But the greatest objection The Public school closed Thursday holding them unt'I today -when war mysterious deity; and to the alert users of advertising -

0' leaving a good record of work j is the temptation to bribery May 31st. Thefollowing programwas rants will foe sworn out, charging I;
V V : done but thus far the free alcohol bill purchasing votes'and other corruptionheld very nicely earned out.', a state offense... Deputy Johnson space "choice and occasion" are plentifully

:: is the only great measure that has out to the candidates by the sec Choral Opening. states that he hag sufficient evidence] given-for
been perfected. The isthmian canal ond primary. In the first all the can Prayer. in his possession to secure the conviction -:I' .

business is only fairly started in the didates are more or less confident of Recitation-Miss Annia May Booth. of the parties arrested. It is
I t senate and no vote has been taken in success. This confidence restrains toa (Recitation-''Miss Dorothy Ray. understood that a reward of $50 was! PUBLICITY IS THE VICE-REGENT

either house defining the nature of the certain extent those who would if Song. The Watch on The Rhine,- offered: for the arrest of the prepara.

V canal And yet it is important that the they thought it necesSary resort to Seventh Grade.RecitationMiss. tors of the crime. OF "MERCURY,11GOD

-. government should know whether it is questionable means. Few men care Dorothy Pine. '
_
r to build a lock canal. or one at sea to load their consciences and jeopar- Recitation-Miss Cassie Hathaway. THE TURKISH KAIK. '% V f OF COMMERCE AND GAIN.

; level dize their reputations' more than is Essay. Success,.-Miss Ella Me- .
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V Railroad rate regulation is another necessary. In the second primary Curdy. It More Closely Resemble the Gondola =- '".t.=-=-- -" =r"--=-

great measure, and it is before both each candidate knows how many votes Presentation of Diplomas.: Than Any Other Craft. V
j,.V'V' houses on a report from conference he must secure to win out. Purchas- !Song. The Public School.-School. .. -.. ,A). '-
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Crawford the author whose skill- ...
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RecJtation Miss Lillian Jellison. Why Of Course. m. '"""'" "" = =E.
: t. committee. The present week may determine -able voters know how much their
ful pen Constantinople is indebted for Bobby' -Yes, an' he's full-blod-ed,
f the terms of this epochal bill. votes are needed by either candidate,i Presentation of Certificates to
I It is beyond all doubt the chief work and who is most likely to give them I School one of the most charming volumes ever too.Parson It Will Cost More Next Year
of the their price. In !Singing. issued in its praise has a word to say I Goodenough-'Full-blooded
session outranking even the the second the honest '
I The exercises began at 9:30 and about the Turkish boatmen and their what? V I To :build a house than it will cost this year. If V V V, ,
man is at
canal discussion it a greater
f and yet may prove disadvantage than .
template building, I wouldn't wait another da '
:t 'i disappointing to the people for all rate he was In the first. Honest men vote: continued one hour. Quite a number vehicle, the kaik."Constantinople., I I Bobby-Full-blooded dog of course. ) :'u -
it The demand -
at for material
right
I now. is incWe -- iI"I
came' out for the exercises.
questions after all to be settled in as they didbefore in owes much writes I '
are except the! case:
f) I : furnish'everyth for the entire ...
4 : the courts. of those dropped, and the unprincipled! Miss Ella :McCurdy received' a di- be, "to the matchless. beauty of the I I ;sI VV V Eave '. ng building an V V .
V p'ioma from the.g'ades. I you mone} Framing $1600 up. Siding $10 :p $
f Anotner important measure relates vote Is cast where there is the most V three waters whtcb run together be-
I Miss Ethel Cuyler was promoted to Flooring $15 up; Shingles $1.75 to $. .25; Paint $1 :o I-
r': to new states. The conference report shady influence. The honest candi. neath its walls, and much of their gaMon. Low : hardware brick .
the tenth prce on lime and i v?
f is in favor of the admission of the date is sorely tempted to approachthis grade. V reputation again has become world- V mentSaunders

f. Indian Territory and Oklahoma as one vote, and the dishonest one proceeds ''Miss Willie Glqver was'honor pupilin wide by the kaik It is disputed, and "
tie seventh grade her general:
i state and the submission to the-voters to make himself solid '
V 'I with it. disputable whether the Turks copiedthe
being 98.. V Mill
New Mexico and Arizona of the and more frequently than otherwisethe average Miss Myrtle Wilhelm .was .V honor Venetian gondola or whether the Company,
l"of question of statehood. balance of is in
Either Arizona power the hands
pupil in, the Miss Venetians imitated the Turkish lath .
sixth grade, MaymaMcNeil
or New Mexico can at the polls defeata of this vote. fWe 'believe that the man but resemblance i iV Plwne717. 21 East Garden Street.
joint state movement' 1 'torFor' who gets, the most 'vote'shonestly in in the Fifth, Master :Robert the between them is ; .... .........
R'OE!' """ r Q ""' "
Glover in the fourth. so strong atf to make if certain that
t;, aker desires to drop New"! Mexico'an the first primary should receive the '
: Arizona from the bill altogether, and nomination.Now The patrons met on: the evening of they have a colhmon' origin. Take t .
the thirty-first and unanimously re from the gondola'the felse,' or hood,
: V the question will have to be fought ,
elected Mr. Wtthelm supervisor andsr and the rostrated stem and the ANNUAL DIVIDENDScannot
out on the floor of each house before that the red-hot municipalcamspag '' remaInder -
ested that
e,xeappomt-the same
; is the kaik. It is
practically
the statehood bill can be passed. in Tampa is a matter of history ci.; of teachers.Mr. V
IV The beef inspection bill, as it stands of all craft of Its size the swiftest, roB
the people Of that burg will be Wilhelm discharge the duties be. lost and they be used to
i
is an amendment of the agricultural most easy to handle and the most comfortable may
of his
able to devote little time positlon..very.satisfactorily.It !
r appropriation bill. It is known as the to makingpreparations and the:Turks generally are
is claimed that the term of
. t !iBeveridge amendment. It went through for the Panama Canal school just closed was the most successful admitted to be the best oarsmen in _ I i reduce the premiums each year if the insuredso

the _ _I ,
senate readily; and the "senate' is Exposition.John
Europe.
in
ever taught Century.DENY
I' the stronghold of Privilege; and It "Indeed, they have need to be for V chooses A life or Endowment Policy with

} seems strange that a matter which relates D. will make enough coin out THAT THE?:LINEMENS, both the Bosporus and the Golden
t; the of the annual dividends the Union Central Life
to food people should in
of the anti-mosquito crusade to pay STRIKE: IS OFF. IN MQB'ILE' Horn are crowded with craft of every
be tied up in the house. It is
an extremely -
i important matter and I the expenses, of his European trip, kind and made dangerous by the swiftest the
f gt.ess dare con with something The local union linemen desire to of currents. The distances, too are is most satisfactory.
not adjourn until it perfects to spare.
deny that statement that the telephone very great and such as no ordinary A Chance to Prove It. ,
r. method of
& inspecting meats and provisions linemens strike in "Auto Agent (addressfng crowd on B. WILLIAMS General
practically
in the packing houses of the It's the,.carrion rake now. is over oarsman would undertake for pleasureor Agent.
Mobile. : corner).-I tell gentlemen the
L country. They state that they communicated for the sake of exercise. It is no you
with linemen.in.:Mobile last horse must go.Colored Thiesen Building. Phone 608,
Another Joke to pull fifteen or sixteen miles
important
is
measure the
night and the that the Man (rear of crowd)-
PRATHER statement strike
f" Knox BOYSC"EERfUllADS against a which in some places .
immunity bill. It has been passed V .stream ; Den -
is off or settled is erroneous. It is :yo' is jes1 de man I wanter see.
V t>y the senate. The bill alms to undo V claimed that there are two or three runs four or five knots an hour." I'se .got. de balkiest horse dat ever Im_ V ---->' -W ''' ;
the decision of Order "XTotxrConsumers'
r Judge Humphreys in
foremen working m. Mobile, stood sun around de corner. (Now is
l- the Chicago beef cases. Humphreys The linemen claim that they are Gardening In America. de chance ter come around en prove ICE COAL and WOOD
held that the beef trust ,
magnates could
satisfied with conditions here. Gardening in America has reached what rot said.
t not be prosecuted criminally because what one might call the "awkwardage. from 'the I

they had furnished information to FRIGHTFULLY BURNED ABOUT Morning; ." Neither a Ice and Fuel Company.
i l' Commissioner Garfield. The Knox Early Fire. a man nor country I, ,
t. bill cuts out information voluntarily THE FACE AND EYES-GAME- An alarm from box 53 shortly be- goes a-gardening in early youth. "Men The Journal Printed Office': -Corner Chase and' Tarragona. Phone 259

fr g1ven, and confines immunity from fore three o'clock this.morning called come to build stately sooner than to

i, prosecution to a natural person only LY SUBMIT TO TREATMENTThe the department, to a fire on' Hayne garden finely" as Bacon once said and During May., 1906, -- -.- -

t::: who In obedience to a' subpoena/gives street between Strong and De Soto. as every garden writing body has repeated

f; testimony under oath or produces evidence The fire was in a cottage occupied byregroes' until Sir Francis in Elysium a Total of

documentary or otherwise, under two sons of W. G. Prather of and the building was almost must regret he ever made the remark "Everybody Works But Father"Even

f oath. No corporation can ,claim Cantonment aged 7 and 5 years, respectively house totally destroyed. An adjoining which none the less is true. Gardening
was slightly'damaged.:
1V immunity and a corporation may be who were injured ia essentially a middle aged enjoyment 15'7,350COPIES is if
Tuesdayby he
compelled to testify against itself. It and America being as nations go still I beginning to situp and take notice, since we *
an explosion were brought to Pen- Model SIckneSs.V
will thus be seen that the Knox bill is I. young her garden:craft has the faults stalled those fans bells.
one of the session's important meas sacola yesterday for medical treatment The pretty girl had told' the artist lights and
of youth. It has its Incongruities, .in.
that she bad and
ures. The posed before on the
youths notwithstandingthe harmonies, and it eften mistakes size
\ These are the four big bills strength of that statement she got a or an of5BZB
pending fact that their faces were burned and expenditure for excellence.-Cen- Average PERjSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY
She hadn't held'the
job. minutes
ten
-the isthmian canal statehood. rate !black and that, they must have suffer. pose

regulation and the immunity bill-but ed intense,pain,were cheerful. They before she turned deadly white tury. _ _ V Phone 570.
."'" there are also pending the Philippine underwent the treatment of and sank to the floor.!
a specialist
: tariff bill the immigration In the Same Boat. L -_ -'--, ----- .
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bill and the without'quiver and with their "Model sickness said the experienced V : --- ---

J, quarantine bill. The free alcohol bill faces bandaged, appeared as cheerful artla, after, .she. b'ad. gone. "I !The Duke of Leeds before succeeding V V I -

t alone has gone to the presIdent. Allii' as possible. knew she was lying for the first timers ,to lila title was active in politics. V DAILY If You are Thfcklng of Buying a Typewriter Get the latest.

the others are to be acted on, The it. It is Vas Once when canvassing he came upon ,
two boys found a quinine bottle always get V well defined a :
besides the regular appropriation an English shoemaker whose vote, he The following figures show The Penacola
bills. at their home and in
some manner se.- complaint as seasickness and baa to be LC. :Smith &Bro'sEverybody
:t' IAn adjournment before July seems Im cured possession of a shell. From: treated the same way.a form of solicited. "Sorry" said the shoemaker Journal's circulation for each ..
probable.If the shell they 'extracted "but I'm not going to vote for'any day during; themonth of May. 1906. likes them. Ii dl- '
the'powder nausea and is caused! as much by the with tthe number of copies Sold on monthly payments
and placed It in the quinine bottle.! bloomin aristocrat I can't afford it. average, V V ;
t sired.
nervous strainnen' model is always !- daily: Write for particulars.L.
j a few more of his henhme..baek. A match was secured and the youths I've got four children to bring up." I.
"
under as the unusual
by experience May 1, 5,800 May 17, 5,800
t proposed to have a Fourth of July V"That's nothing," replied the duke S. BROWN, PENSACOLA, FLA'Conkey's
slide President
VV Roosevelt will have to I of standing ,in one position. I May 2,' 5,800.May 18, 5,700)
,; go it a'one on the sea level :anal celebration. They lighted the match: have had big strong ,men, even negroes "I've got five, and they are all girls. May 3, 5,900 May 19, 5,800! V -
stuck it In the bottle -
V and put their The shoemaker came up and touched May 4, 5,700 May 20, -
,go the same way. It is some- 6,200 '- ---
proposition. V
( faces close to the bottle to watch the thing every artist has to'make allow- him on the arm. "All right, old chap" May 5,- 5,900 May 21, .., v- ; ... ri. _
'result. The .r.- '"'"
explosion
,followed and: he said. "You shall have vote.: It ,,
: for my May 6,, 6,250 May 22, 5,700)
V ances and 'Only practice can cureit
burned
the faces and eyes of the boys.I seems to me we are both in the same I May 7,' ... May 23, 5,850
although I: know old models
: who
The of of the
: Opposition to eyes one children it.is boat, and we'd better stick together." May V 8, 5,800 May 24, 5,750
: known will be saved_ while it is safe! still suffer from it, especially if they Egg Producer and
9 25
5,600
,
May May 5,750
The Second i to state that the other : are in an awkward :
Primary.- Is
t' sure of regaining pose., -' Exchange.. Doctori and Medicine. May 10; 5,600 May 26, 5,800

That the primary system for nominating and possession in all likelihood of the of sight of neeye : When a doctor does not have much May 11, 5,600 May 27, 6,100 I Poultry TonicIfl'lilimk1iA !
both.V I Some Words 'Beginning 'With B.
May 12, 5,700 May 28. .....
i candidates for public offices is I faith in medicine it is a sign that he ia
Most persons aspfr te the initial let May 13, 6,300 May 29, 5,750
*
i: superior to the old ring-rule convention MAYOR "ADVOCATES' CITYSECURINGVETERINARy Iter:of "humble" nowadays'_ write a good doctor. The best doctors. ,are May 14 ..oo May 30 5,800 I ( 5. is a scientifically prepared vegetable -

t-V plan there is no question; but SURGEON, humble" Just as they"write "a hum those who give good advice rather than May 15, 5.800 May 31, 5,800 .. extract roots herbs etc so
and f
medicine
is simple ,
there bug" "a ; advice that May 16, 5,800 '
is
opposition to the second prl or humming bird. But there .

mary in some parts of the state, and Mayor Bliss brought up'the'questionof are very many who :would riot'naturally has common sense back of It. abuse Too 'Total for the month.. .. 157,350Average I\ ;.. '. !ZIP. V proportioned as to work gently]

; the city employing a veterinary sound an b in humble: ," or in many people imagine they can .. --..-.j .
this opposition has been recently voiced surgeon to take care of city stock.; "herb." "'. themselves and hire a doctor to make on the egg producing organs promoting -
t by several Florida newspapers. at the Board of Safety meeting.The .' ""hospital, "homage' or even them as well as ever for $2. Nothing per day.. .. .. 5,828 It
"humor. Before the
nineteenth cen- their healty action.
LI The Brooksville Argus is one of' the chief executive stated that con in it-Atchison Globe. 60 SFCVICthI h. .
siderable'mon had been tury nobody did,.though 1t is clear that I, hereby certify that the abovestatement
H y' paid out for also contains of the ele-
publications opposed to the second primary some
the aspirate had become
.
regular by is correct ,
I such services and that he thoughtthat accordIng to the I
,: and states its objections there- the city would be better serveJ "David Copperfield's"' time, from the Hliomdentood. records on file ia this office. ': V H ments.for egg production usually:
teen all
> .toasfollowe: fact that Dickens Farmer-Where have you V V
by having a veterinary Theclerk ,harps .on Uriah -
% surgeon. VV
f % '. ". this time? And Where's the old chestnut V lacking the most rations.
t Under the rules of the present prl I was instructed ,to furnish data'at : Heap's 'umble. "Tbe'-insIstence on

mary system when no candidate re the next meeting showing the the h is comparatively ,modern. ,; me- mare? Didn't you have her shod. .
m Cor.
t.LVcelves: a majority of all the votes cast, amount expended for,-such work sIncethe : diaeval men not only: sajd- "abit": for as I told you? Jarge-Shod! Law no Gard n V .5 F. S. MLLUEN & CO.P23T

r the two receiving the largest number first of June, last year to June ,112ft. "! lt.but wrote it.so and'the. Bible I master! I bin a-buryin' she. Didn't I I and Alcanlz' .

V \., ,are required to run again, In a second ...: nHebrewr think thee said "shotr-London Glob .

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.. THE' PENSACO' .' 'JOURNAL, THURSDAY: 'MORNING, ,JUNE. 7 '1906
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r ft --' ;; torMltchel' ,. InS::,. to visit their aunts :::--- -- iraw ;
Mrs. J. E. Moore, .and Mrs: T. ODa"y ; V

who_have many friends .In Pensacola; ..
'The Best I is What We Stir'-
'Mr: Brown will return In "two weeks '
PEOPLE and EVENTS V but 'MIw Brown- will remain several DRAGGING

The Favorite of the weeks V


I Seen Heard and Done Among Those Who Go Come and j Fastidious I to Mrs.the 'eParise bedside is of in her Milton brother called Mr. i .down! pains are a symptom of the most serious trouble! which can

John Frederick'who is ill attack a woman, viz falling of the womb. With this generally,

I i come irregular painful, scanty or profuse periods wasteful, weakening -
Tarry Women ind"Society Here and Elsewhere. Mrs. Lewis Willis left Wednesday I
i drains, dreadful backache, headache, nervousness, dizziness, irritability
PICKLEDI Jioon for Montgomery to visit her.son
tired feeling Inability to valk loss of
Mr. :Walker Willis and th-3 family of appetite, color and

By E. NELLIE BECK. To/tphone 669. Mr.,.and ,Mrs. Lowe.. beauty. The cure is
V. + 'I
VXXXSXSXB*** Mr. Fisher of Fisher & Hamilton'

a leading business firm in Milton, is a! WINEOF '
-. LAMBS
prominentwlsitor: I
STOKES-MAGNESS vieye Brown sister of ,the bride wearing 'ana' Mendelsohn's wedding march. as I CARDUI '

QUIET CHURCH WEDDING.Miss white silk mull and carrying they left. Mrs.: Daisy 'TIchenor of Columbus

Viola StokeS of 137 West large whit ,daises. The 'bride in a smart Eton suit of Ga., is expected! in a day or two on a, ,
Government and Mr. George W. brag.ness The bride 'on the arm of her Alice blue silk, hat and' accessories to a visit to Mrs. W. S. Maclay. From.
of Birm'.npam were quietly brother Mr. Joe Brown, who gave her match, 'and V:carrying' bride: roses, en- TONGUESPut here Mrs. Tichenor will go to visit \
married last evening In Christ church, away. She ,wore a lovely l gown of tered ,on the arm of hr' father preceded relatives: in, Mobile. Woman's Reliefthat j
the rector Dr. P. H. Whaley readingthe white crystal crepe over; white silk by her'sister and maid of'hon. '.
and carried A pearl prayer book anda or beautifully',gowned in white.
ceremony.The couple were attended byMr pearl rosary. From the prayerbook The bridegroom, and his brother Mr. and.\Mrs. James White left last marvelous, curative extract, or natural essence, of herbs, which 1

Eugene happy Peterson as best man and fell a shower of small 'white daises and best man Mr. Adolph Jacobs, up in glass Jars at. ...40c I night They'will for New also York visit and their other sister points.and exerts such a wonderful strengthening influence on all female organs. :

Miss Annie Hayden as maid of hon and narrow 'white ribbon, all extreme met them at the altar. Appetizing and satisfying, I new brotherinlaw, Mr. and'Mrs. Her. Cardui relieves pain, regulates the menses stops drains and stimulates -
ly becoming' her 'd li ate' blonde From the temple the wedding par
train Dunkle's Celery Salad .... 30c I hert Hobbs in Brooklyn. the muscles to pull the womb up into place.It <
the on
orThe bride and her maid were beauty. ty was driven to noon i
-+- is a safe and permanent cure for all female complaints. V
beautifull> gowned in simple white An, informal reception followed the which they departed for New' Or I II
dresses, ana1( there was a charm- ceremony, during which delicate refreshments leans. After a visit there they will The state convention of the Ep- .
lawn simplicity and good taste shown with ,abundance of deli go to Oppelousas: La., where their I worth League will meet in the Gads- "!
mg cious cakes aJid wines were hospitably house is ail rsaay furnished and den M. E. church, Tuesday of next I SOTFERZD AWFUL AIN
hroughout.the beautiful bridal gifts served. The handsomely decor awaiting them. ROSENAU GERELDS, week, June 12. !I In womb and ovaries,"writes Mrs. I

Among lovely crescent pin set with ated and delicious bride's cake wasa Their brothers, Mr. Adolph Jacobs I I your Bake, of Webster GrovesMo., '
was a. gift from Mrs. M. P. Bonifay, anda ana Mr. l,.' B. Hirschman left.-.,. with Get Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla, vice (in Tenn."I my menses were very painful { ,
pearls.Mr and Mrs. Magnes left on the large "angei food" loaf, was handsomely them. V The Fancy Grocers, I I and you'll know why they have so dress: ; Since taking Cardui I

midnight train for their horns in Birmingham Iced and sent by Mrs. M. D. The bridal presents presented a [many friends. .I a new"woman, and do not V

wh re Mr. Magness is a Merritt. I gorgsous array being almost entirely' Phone 391. PenaacolaConcert nocga, as I did. j V
ana' highly esteemed Mr. and Mrs. Steinv left on the of cut glass and silver. SUNDAY SCHOOL LAWN I .. '. '
veil! known business man and everybody midnight train for a few weeks I A crowd of merry friena's saw PARTY THURSOAY AFTERNOON I ; __ : : -- : : = :' '.: --L

young who knows his lovely and lovable honeymoon trip to Washington, Phil- them off in a shower of rice and good

bride sincerely congratulates tMI adelphia, New York ana1 Boston. wishes. Mj'ss: Avery's Sunday school class

!lurk man and wishes them every I On their return they will be at -+- will give a lawn party at Judge< Avery'a
possible happiness and prosperity. I home with Mr. Steiner's mother in MAGNOLIA TEMPLE' NO. 14 I home Thursday. afternoon from 4:30

--..,..-.- Mobile. ELECTS NEW OFFICERS. o'clock. Proceeds, are for benefit of I '
BRI3W N-STEI N ER Magnolia Temple, No. 14, held its Sunday school room. 5june3t Mail Souvenir Post Cards to Your Friends V ;

BEAUTIFUL HOME WEDDING. PRETTY MORNING WEDDING I annual' election yesterday, resultingas

of Mrs. Philip Brown, 305 OF MISS MARGARET MINER follows: Concert: Program. We have many many different subjects. You can mail one
West The Romana home was very attractive AND MR. R. L. WEEKLY. j P., C.-Mrs. Millie Long. SUNDAY SCHOOL ROOM
for the marriage of her Miss Margaret Boyd Miner; second .r..: .., < ,-Mrs. Tillie Denard. of First Baptist church Thursday even. for five cents. We have pretty souvenirs in leather and wood ; V
evening
las'daughter. Miss Mayme, Louise and_ daughter of Mrs. Malvina Mine: I BiS.-' .Mrs. J. T. Pulliam.V First Baptist Church ing, June 7, at 8 o'clock: and moderate, prices. V ,
Mr: Henry Claude Steiner of Mobile. and the late Capt,Thomas Miner, and, I E.<'J.-' Mrs. Wm rson.u. 1. Selection. Orchestra.
The cozy parlor was particularly, Mr. Robert Lynn Weekly, were quietly :: : T;--Miss Josie Edward. 12. RecitationMiss( Adele Chaffee Cae's Bookstore. ; .
'oveli The white walls accented : united In marriage Wednesday M..R.< E.-Mrs. F. M. Smith. June 7th at 8 otclock. 3. Vocal Solo-:-Mrs. Sandusky.
: V .... Neville.P "" ". 233. 213 South Palafox Streat, PensacateIflff <
M F. lrs. Hattie
'hf rolor scheme In white and green, morning at the family residence! 22 4. Piano. Solo-Master Edward Lur- .
; Mrs. Nellie Wilkerson. :\' '"'- V t
Tc-
the effect being heightened by the West Garden. ton. ,
'!Rev. W. Vreeland of G, '0.,'T.-Mrs. Iona.BelL Cornle! Bass.
chair and sofa covers of snowy linen. Q. pastor: thf Admission 25c.were 5. Recitation Misg _
The loving han at o'clock. .!hst ll ng Officer, G. C., Mr. J. C. Recitation Ernestine ,,
brides intimate girl friends. Miss El-j ten 7. Miss All R nN t"I" t't V J>VA r fermrc for
-pp-- LU uavu IIU WLL O I 1U1
1 yuu
Miss Rena and Miss Agnes, Owing to recent bereavement, there Williams. Smith. .
lie Baker
Touart, Miss Belle Johnson, Miss were no attendants, and the weddingwas V many .beautiful sentiments expressed 8. Vocal Solo-Mr. H. E. Graham. A UA y if you send your washing to i

Nettle Lewis and Miss Celia Hatton,, witnessed by only the family no MRS. PEBLEY ENTERTAINS V in their behalf. 9. Violin Solo Miss LurleyneFulfehum. ]- The New Method
tards the formal EXCELSIOR: FLINCH -. Laundry, ; V
barland of rich being issued though I .
wove a heavy green
PHONE 1186 E.W.LAWRENCE, Prop. No. 8 WtST: ROMANA/ '
magnolia leaves and creamy buds announcements will be put this morn AND OTHER GUESTS. A bay party to the life saving station 10. Recitation-Gladys Smith. 1

and draped across one corner of the ing. i Mrs. J. C. Pebley beautifully entertained on the launch Cupid, will be ten- Intermission: 5 minutes. I
room from window to window at the I The bride, a gentle, lovable girl, the Excelsior Flinch. Club dered the degree team of Naomi 11. ;Vocal Solo-Mrs. F. E. Braw- V V :: i

top marking the place for the ceremony -I I was very sweet in a :grey voile Eton Wednesday afternoon. >k i Rebekah Lodge Frla'ay' night by V the ner. :+4.............H...4...e.......................... ;
prettily and effectively. All the suit, with hat and gloves to match. Her special visitors were Mrs. J.' members of the lodge. 12.: Recitation iMass Nell Richards.

other decorations throughout were The bride's many beautiful presentsin W. Day, Mrs. J. M. Fllnn, Mrs. B. R. 13. Piano Solo-Miss Efiie (Duncan. ; V
were vines,- trailing lightly over the silver some' cut glass and quantities Pepper, Mrs. T. D. Williams (of Milton -. Mrs. George C. Hamilton of Bos'Dn 14. Vocal Solo-Mrs. Dick McAllis I We Want The Young f

white walls, and about windows,i i of linen and beautiful house fur ), Mrs. F. M. Williams Miss Buda Mass., who has spent the past ter. ,

doors and pictures. The only color. nishings, attested .to their. popularity.Mr. Day and Miss Bessie Rice of, Cen month in Jacksonville, arrived Tuesday '15. Recitationf.iss Vera Ful-
in the parlor being a bank of pale:! and Mrs. Weekly left Immediately night onvisit to Mrs. C. R. ghunu V

hydrangea balls. At each wlnctow I for. -Foshee Ala.,, whew their tury.Little Miss Clara Pebley .Pepper Johnson. lr6." Hamilton resided in 16. Vocal Sol '1rs. J, C. Pebley. :
were immense growing ferns.In I new home is not quite ready for their lightfully spent. Pensacola several years ago and has 17. Recitation-3 Chas. J. Rice. ::1 I Mothers of Pensacolai i

the dining room, white: daisy, occupancy but will' be in a few days. On Friday afternoon the club with many friends and acquaintances who 18. Selection Orchestra.

chains were draped from the cornersof 1 some invIte l guests, will enjoy a hay will be glad to learn of her arrival. Orchestra .i is composed! of Messrs.
the table to the ,chandelier, and POW E -BYRD' ride to Magnolia Bluff where they She,is a daughterinlaw' of Capt. Ham Diaz and Ills* AHie Willis. ;
directly beneath the chandelier stood MARRIAGE IN MAY. will picnic. Their husbands and other ilton.: V : '" >
: to drop in and see our extensive line of pretty gocarts
a tall glass stand, bearing a large Miss Luci'le, Powell, daughter of gentleman will go out to 'supper and. tMr. '. !
and beautifully ornamented cake, the Mr. and Mrs.:,'W, T*. Powell formerly escort them home. and Mrs. Harry E. Graham are I for V the precious darlings. Nothing Is too good for them.V't.By 't.

base of the .stand being lost in a,, of this city. but* "nowof BIloxi; On account of the meeting of the guests of Judge,and Mrs. Lucius J.I\\ all means V VV : {. .
wound ''Of ;. nasturtiums, a tasteful ;Miss., ''who:wer 'married 'on M'aY 23. League neither the Excelsiors nor Reeves, for the.. present.. II[ POWELTONSpecial / I V '
break in the white' and" 'green that have returned from,a .wedding trip to th-3N., w City Ladies will have any J : 1

prevailed. I i i New Orleans an ?rare now at home meeting next week\ Miss Lily Eaton of DeFuniafe' the .. :1! Get the Baby a Go-cart I
in a room sofihe-. innumerable bridal gifts were displayed -!I' MFLVANDMRS. B. HIRSCHMAN week, and Miss.,Iteeves gave a pret V .to The Journal. t ,
including"seven' sets of table HIRSCH I MAN-JACOBS ENTERTAIN THEIR DAUGHTER'S ty danca at the Country Club last McKinnovlle, June 6.-Mr. A. D and keep it out in the air.Makes it healthy and strong. i

silver, rug", silver and French ,gilt I' WEDDING ;TEMRLE BRIDAL PARTY AT DINNER.Mr night for Miss V Eaton. McKinnon and son, Clifford, went to : Our line of gocarts is very larjje and shows many that : J
jewel casefe, clocks, vases, carving, WEDNESDAY 'MORNING.A .. : and Mrs.. ,B. Hlrscaman entertained + Bay Minette Friday and returned :
handsome in appearance indeed and light run. :
are very
sett china, and 'Quantities' household : throng' fashionably dressed very handsomely at dinner :Miss Josie Kelsey and Miss Carrie Saturday.Dr. I :
linen plain and fancy. I friends were in Temple Beth-El long Tuesday night.for; their daughter's Pace, both of Cochran, Ga., arrived Trammell of Muscogee, was; and Fifteen Dollarsun from 2.50 up by easy steps to Ten .
The bride's mother gowned in before 11 o'clock the hour announced bridal party. t, :.. Tuesday an.i'!',are, guests of Mrs. J. J. called to see the infant son of Mr. Fifteen !"Dollars.w i 4
black and her family and the for the ceremony 'Wednesday morning Sixteencover&oweja' laid and the Pace 704 North Palafox! for a few and Mtt. Malone Friday.Mr. i
groom's sister and brotherinlaw Mr.;. that united., Miss Hanua Hirsch. decorations were. all"'in green and weeks. John Boynton made a hasty .MARSTON &
and Mrs. Berger of Mobile entered man: of this city: ,and Mr. Aaron Jacobs white. From .the'ch ndHierfeU a visit to Bsulah Friday. QU"JA ,

first, then ths priest, and as a portion: of OppeJousas, La., in the shower of white roses fastened witha learn Mrs. Atfen: Fleming and daughter, i | V
friends will be grieved to
Her St. Phone 148, Pensacola Fla.
of Wyer's orchestra rendered the solemn Jewish .marriage ceremonial huge b w'.an'd ,loops of broad white V W. Senterfit is ill :Miss Minnie, went to Pensacola 108/110 S. Palafox ,
that Mrs. J- quite
wed .ng march the bridal party came; pronounced by. 'Rabbi Samuel Koch. ribbon the ena's of- which extended to at her home on East Hut Wednesday for a few days' visit +++...+........H.+....+..+*....+.++..+.+..+........$ I
ii! the following order: i The auditorium of the temple was the four corners of the table where V Miss Kathleen McKinnon was quiteill

The bridegroom and his best man, all In beautiful ,white and green each was fastened by big bows. the past week. I HH _
Mr. Weinacker of Mobile, both in full decorations. -M.rs.J.! M- Flinn at the On the beautiful Batt nberg centerpiece Rev. J. W. Senterfit, and Rev.left E.the L. Miss Ada Felming went to \ 1 ___." .:= : I .
Andrews of Covlngton, Ky., \Pbwel-I
ress. organ rendered Ihs march from stood a large reflector from few ton Wednesday for a. week's
The maid of honor Miss Cora Gene- Lohengrin as, ,the procession entered the top of which the ferns"and white city1 Wednesday at B1 to Bayou.conduct a Miss Greek Henderson of Walnut:'IL MILLVIEVV ]
meeting
roses extended almost to the flowers days
.' Hill is the. guest of her sister, Mrs We Are f
i under the chandelier.
Henderson tills week. _
Mrs. E. D. Bldridge, who has been D C. ,
I 7/te Journal's f.'ashiMJfje.atwe.drawn Seated at the table were the par for five weeks, is now im Rev. J. O. Lawrence has changed. -
Daily ents Mr. and Mrs. B. Hirschman, suffering 'with us from Friday speclal-- I
his appointment to The Journal.Millview
proving, to the pleasure of her For' :
their daughter the brideelect Miss before the fourth Sunday to Sole Agents r '
: Hanna Hirschman, and her futur }Il'. friends. Her daughter i Miss Effle night at 3 June 6.-Quite a :partywent V
fourth Sunday m.
the p. :
Fowler who has spent several down to Perdido Beach last Fri. I ...
Aaron Jacobs the rabbi Samuel
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will be ,
W. R. Countryman 1
Rav.
months with Mrs. Eldridge, has gone day from Selma, Ala. Among them '
Koch Mr. Jacobs
,-, ; Adolph brother '
JIc/- 'p.i1 and
j to her home in Springfield, ill.V with us; again Saturday night PaisJey's family and Miss JoluiJUlorrill'Ko'sIowa ;
Mrs.
'JJLL'I were
( :-L IT4Z! and best man, of Louisiana; the Sunday. I '
U i'-U TI IIIft/I7 I/L fIL 4 Reynola's.
ushersMr.. Joe Rosenau, Mr. B. L. V
((1. I Gundershelmer, Mr. Phil Klein, and Masters Henry and Esau Ffollch- Mrs. A. D. Carter visited in Pens ,
I
Mr. Morris Levy; Miss. Hessle stein of Mobile! Ala., are visiting I cola last week. ,
,. Hirschman maid of ,honor"and sister their sister Mrs. A. M. Cohen. To Remove FrecKles PimplesNadinola Irs. Fannie Fell and daughter,

of the bride, Mr. ana' Mrs. L. B.Hirschman. Miss Lizzie are visitng 09 Perdido '
Mr. Ike Hirschman, and Mr. C. R. Johnson though Improving In Ten DaJi, Vie I IA Day with Mrs. Quarrier. i
the bride's sister Mrs. Goldsmith of is still quite lame Mr. and Mrs.. Mrs. A. K. Cawthorn of Selma went .
Monroe, La. Johnson's summer cottage on Bayou new discovery, sold down to Perdido .Beach Monday of
about and they under a positive guar i
Texar is completed1
week.
last
The bride-elect was gowned in antee and mDer nlinded -
white 'Paris muslin. and lace; an .elegant with their guest Mrs. Hamilton will '. in every case ,Mrs. Barney Pill and Mr. V Hansonof Pride I
.
and becoming confection and move out to it 'Monday for the sea -V wber it, fLns0 pimples! removefreckles liver Soldier Creek, Ala., were in Pensa-, 'V
.....' bridish in effect. son. It is near the, cottages of Mr. spots inn-tan sallowness cola Thursday.Mr. i
'.,". Many happy and' witty toasts were Lee; Daniell and Mr. L. R Brooks. ,.',F oetur disoolontleBS.blackbeads and all- and Mrs. J. A. Fisher spent I

.. drunk to the happy couple, and there V enpilous of tile skin,no Sunday with relatives in Pensacola.
.. of now -loniV '
ff'1I VA I I % 'w Wg ,,. i airs. D" M. Grey left Wednesdayfor u matter Herbert Roberts spent Thurs,
ordinary Mr.
\ \ ** standing Cures ilanisV
Mobile on a visit to the family of aSM cases In ID days and tbi day night with Walter B'ggs.Mr. .. !
"{ -;.-. .. V Mr. W. M. Thompson. On her return these V "defects V V are removed wont the in 20 skin day 10 will After be ( R. Kee spent Wednesday last

.- tilebe! accompanied by her niece clear, soft healtny aaa beautiful. No possible in Pensacola.Mr. I
:. .
'-\. Miss Ella Thompson.Mrs. barm can. rtsult from its use.mail.NATIONAL 60.cents and tUX: Wilkerson and Mr. Steve Par- .
by
i..'..>..:- V at leading drug TOILET store COMPANY.or Paris. Tena tridge of Peraldo mach came up to These are this firm's
'I. ....; -. T. A. Jennings and baby left meet their friend, Doctor Hazletlne '

: ,' yesterday for Columbia, Ala., where Mr. J. M. Climie came up Fridayto first grade of Hams.
they will visit friends for several -w--r-. __ meet his son George, who has

weeks... been at school In Selma
We do not handle their :
:Mr. J. A. Fisher has purchased a : .-
Judge Charles Swayne, Mrs. FRUITEDICE new buggy. .-
Swayne, and their daughter Mrs.. Mr. Bleeker Forbes cams! out\ to second grade (Eureka

Kimball, left last night for Guyen- Millview Friday and went casting in
court, Dela., 'where they will spend CREAM. Bayou Moccasin. He caught six brand) at all. These V ; .

the summer. fresh water trout, and the largest ,-

... . --V.- Pure rich. Ice cream, weighed about eight pounds- and the hams are put up at !
.' Mrs T. S. Westcott of Westcott,, made from Jersey cream smallest four.

111., is in the city for several weeks,, right here In our own Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kupfrian spent Ottumwa Iowa and
,
The Very Minute. and expects her,two little sons an'dtheir place and' under the Sunday with relatives in Fensacola. :

_. {.--....----- nurse Tuesday. strictest sanitary conditions Miss Leila Lewis of Eellview spent odds the finest V
:.' ,,: i. -', That you need that next pair.of shoes 4 served to you with Saturday night and Sunday with relatives are by f.
V Dr. Whaley and family have removed fruit flavors. It Is a in Millview.
with rich
want to talk you. Meanwhile
: we
( \ L .. rf every time you pass our windowr-stop from the city to their cottage most satisfying combina Quite a number of young folks packer's product known. :
\ \ Northup Station on Big Bayou, foi healthful Bayou and PenSacolaattended { V
? '. '. a minute and take a look. Notice at. tion. Cooling, from the Big
; : the. summer. Cream the dance here Saturday j
7 r .. :-& how altogether "snappy" MEYER'S and"strengthening. ;
V
.,' :; carefully packed In ice night .
.; 1 :, SHOES are, and when you V get yOur V ,
\ ,..,',L ..-- feet in a pair of 'em you'll certainly Mies Clyde Catliaslne" McKlnnon and delivered to your Mr. and Mrs. George Cunninjham! t. :
left Tuesday morning to spend her went down, to Pardido i
: of Selma
\ :.':: '.. "t\ know what "foot comfort" Is.V .. V home. ,
.. vacation with her cousins, the Misses Beach Saturday. V
SUMMER BLOUSE FINE'tlNEN' : t.T1. ::: MEN'S $3 TO $7,' Jeannette ana Christian McKlnnon in :Miss Bessie Reddick of Pensacola \ .
'
\V V D Fun1ak. I is, visiting her sister Mrs. H. C. Lewla Sol Calm & Go :
There is a strong tendency in ,the]I 'easily over 'the bust Into the WOMEN'S $2 TO, $3".. V V COFFEE, this week. V ;

waist lines toward simple tailored F buckled belt .o(- heavier, -white linen. _Mr. and Mrs. P. Stone have cards Mr. R. J. Cammack has resigned I .
reels, and many shirtwaists with er.1 The back Is,plain across the shoulderswith BOYS' $1.50 TO $3.50., '' out for a 'Stag Party" at their home,, Hot Biscuits and Rolls every his: position as mill foreman here. The Pure Food Store, <: ;

collars and mannish turnover collarsare a little. fullness at.th6 waistline, li North Palafox, Tuesday, June 12,, morning at 5 O'ClOCk.Kandy Mr. Ray McPhearsoa of Josephine, l'r-V
seen on the best-dressed women the fastening nfade'J;b enea"thfcthe! broad at 8:30. : I Ala., was Millview. to-day. : ,
A variation of this style which has box pleat0with'biirttbns-. and button- '- ,The magic figures 1S85-1906, tel] I Southftest Corner Palafox and Intendencia "

taken to itself some of the daintiness holes. Tb6.cojkr 'is ,of' the linen, MEYER SHOE COMPANY the reason why'"There's a man in Woodman Circle Oak Grove- No. 4. I .J't

or the lingerie blouse is seen in thismodel stitched on b th.. >edges aild.the. tbe.hquse V ," or :-win be. Kitchen Cafe. Members are1 requested. to- be .present ; Phones t480\i\118 .
of white handkerchief linen. sleeves aril full puffs,'gathered into a V :-.
Thursday evening.
The front is tucked<: 'in fine and inch.widetuCks stitched bandbslpw tie elbow.; and Feet Furnishers For Folks, : V Mr 0. M. Brown of the stamp d&partment 104 S, Paiafo -Phone5S9 Important at a meeting business to be.transacted.SjuneSt. ; II M!it

frill of Swiss of the postoffice, and hIiister _
either side of a centre box finished with.A .lingerie.. J, V
Jle to yoke depth, the blouse.portion. mbroid 2 '. : .102 S. Palafox Street Miss Lila Brown leave Sunday i
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1 I We Are ,Giving You The REAL 2 -Specials I!al ____..--- _-. -, --;---- --- -. :

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r: ftThe.iit1eGoo ? OpportunitytQ"Make "j ESTATEsp $1500.. ]l I: List of Desirable Property For SaleA


Sure ,Mon Neat cottagd in good'neighborhood, '.. -
yEast lendid shade -and''large lot., For. few } ,_ _.J.
ays only. deslrabit.pl property with 145 ft. frontage on E.

: That's a question! which should be asked by every Hill Lots BARGAINSF $1600.00 WrfghT"S! convenient: to Union Depot, with two store
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one who buys property, and' answered to your per ., buildings aMa; dwelling upon .$11,500
: fect satisfaction before the trade Is made. or 'two blocks fronting 300 feet on

'" North ayou, good house and several outhouses 25 beautiful--,' It ontYng' both Baylen and Palafox streets on

at $60 $70 and $8Q.LOOCASH ; West 1-4 Block 12, wharf, all under; fence, good! Nort l!!_. H '!. '" .... .,' ..' . .. .. . .. 4,000
:; West King Tract,.6 lots _. water.' Ths: also to be sold quick. It
We Can Tell You If Is 'a bargain at the price. Large one-story 'dwelling on DeVilliers street near Garden St.,

$ I --__-_______,___..-:__ $350.00McDavidHyer List your; property: .with us for sale. with 'Jot, 'aOxUOjVr"i. : : f .:;. .... 3,350
:Money to' Joan in large or small '
10 of the prettiest building amounts.. Ten lots: I'Ja tlockV: 250, ,:New City :Tract, each 4Qxl37&. sao
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Title Is Good and 50 cents per week i lots in New City, over- :Block- 120,New City 'Tractj.containing 20 lots, convenient to

looking the Bay. L. S. BROWN 6 CO. East--Hill'streetietr1ln: ; and aIr I i > ,

No Taxes wro-stary., ...dwelling.n' Ko' 'th Barcelona, St.,, near Gregory.... 2,503
% .
To of for the Several beautiful lot& in ." :
any piece property in Escambia! County
Northwest"quarterot block 60, West King Tract, containing six
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S past century and a quarter, and any: property purchased No Interest! r the residence 'portion of WANTED lots.., .,' .. .-:x /, ,. '-. ;. 45Q
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>from us-is. guaranteed.atotitIe'ornOtradeCharges ., .. _.....00..00 _n_ u_ ---. ? \ -
Reasonable for making"abstracts. North Hill. I Two West Za.rraossa $t., centrally located
cottages and
W TED-All owners of to on :
I I have 300 lots at above i' poultry
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goo&rentersbrthetWO.
know that we are agents for the cel-1 : .. ; 1,250
prices and terms. They will For prices and particulars ebrated Conkey's Poultry RemediesGuaranteed / < *
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half- 331 East Intendencia
Large one-story and a dwelling. St.,
Pensacola Investment double in value before 'paid apply to to; cure. rupe, cholera lot 4Otii0.4.) :. .:;._-.. ... 1,230
Company for. \ I gave and to kill fleas, Ice and mites.; : ': ; >
: Also their -wond'rful egg producer. F.t

1 A. D'ALEH3EKTEt City Manager., I DO 'YOU KNOW that you can. buy S. Mellen*; &
property in this manner and never ISapr. ,_ ,
W. B. KNOWLES President R. 8. SIMPSON, SecMtir;. Company
miss the money? V !
WANTED-The public to know that.
J. E. STILLMAN, V.-Pres. ant Gen. Magr. KNOWLES mil Troumf.I Real Estate t Rental and Insurance
I DO YOU KNOW that a great many we'can do all kinds of repairing i: Leading' !, Agency.

Rael state, Loans, General Investments. : people throw away more money in a Agents New York 'fl oat building, horse shoeing etc. J.' '
I week than it will take to -buy one of Life G. Welsh Carr'.age Co. 27feb| PHONE 54 No. 37 S. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L."
Insurance 1I
Company.
215 South Paiafox Street Pensacola, Florida. these lots. Are you-one who does? : WANTED---Young I
men and women
",.......... ..... Y -.. I DO YOU KNOW that if you buy onlilsaving ; to enroll with us for young course-
I few of these lots that 'you'are not 8 E. Government Street
,. in stenography bookkeeping and .. .
a little mone each.week or -- ------ =
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qualify for good positions in the fa'l.'!!
Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla.
month, but that before finish :
pay
you : We have more calls for business students HOTELS. II
ing for the lots you buy you car .
than we' can "supply. Phone 900' I_
Will Double In SURELY SELL for a handsome profil, -
for special summer rates, or THE CEDARS-Summer
day evening bearhouse. 1ng
possibly DOUBLE: WHAT\ YOU PAY?
'
sessions. Pensacola Business Col- Open all summer. t.

A Good J ege. I fishing and bathing. For rau-s; ; d'
Profit.in ,
W'iAN1'EI-Agents to handle a.. novel-i- l--1 DPNT-E4SS dress Mrs. A. R. Shipley, Mary Esth ,

Value Insideof LESLIE E. BROOKS ty in alarm .clocks. Apply at 502 ,. 1rw -A-GOOD- Fla. 3ju.IPl-'
I 16th avenue, between Jackson and) I-- PLAIt HOTEL CLOSED-The EWsHoj.

This*,' Gadsden streets. Sjunelw*i closed May 31 and will remain c.o-

Phone 462. Fisher Building I SITUATION WANTED-Expert book- ed permanently. Mrs. L. E. .Mon-;. .

a YearThat ISave' .. keeper and general office man. Address Proprietor, Milton. Fla. 31ma I ly

X care Journal. 20maylw COMMERCIAL HOTEL. D"Fun.a"Fla.New ,
0 HELP WANTED Block 36g. 404.( 9 lots in block Lci
management; newly fu-
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---' 373 and 2 lots in (block 319.
nished free bath and sample
room:
1 is what a great deal of real es I WANTED-Young man to take chargeof (New City. Will sell all if Board and Rooms. ; ;
good meals and good beds. Iran1'-:
tate in Pensacola is going to do and ; wrapping department. Must b sold quick at.$700.00 I d WtJ-UWJfl.tfl_.rflflflflflt wawlnr
some .of it is i in the following list willing to work. Apply at L. 'Friedman ling men especially solicited. Ra'tv $-
I BOARDERS W.AN1"ED--J.At 226 N. Al- Mrs. M. H. Stanley,
day. Prop.
& Co. On
Romana
6jun Wiegt street four 5MONEY ,
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Half block' in New City, fronting bo h by conferring with us: .. caniz street; nice cool rooms, good Raise the 29may.
Calaona! square.. .. -0. ... .$750 when out to buy REAL ESTATE. See room houses in the very table, terms reasonabl -. Mrs. Dora Moneyby
1 about i I WANTED cook also washwoman. bast renting section of the MoCASKILL HOUSE, Freeport. Fla -
of the
Half block in East King Tract in us some following: I I Small !Donaldson., 27may16t whatever means you. can and buy
Store N. DeVillier street, rentingfor family. Apply at once 243 city, with ood prospects I Good meals, 'good beds. Patronaof :.:
settled neighborhood. .- : ..' .;.$700 $180 per year .. .. .$1500: E. Gregory St. 6junelw?. for an increase !in the value FOR RENT One or two newly furnished .'I these between two Cevallos lots on and East 9th'Romana avenue street., s'ze' traveling public solicited. Rates

One-fourth block' on Toledo square 1 House on North "C" street cheap of the property, houses all front rooms; 'southern exposure $2,00 per day. Mrs. M. McCa-kll J, -

New City . . .. .. ..$800, at... ... .. ... .. .. .$600, WlANTED- once, young man to I new . .. .. .$6000.00 j J ; with privilege of phone. Location -, 80 feet improvements by 100 feet. will Large shortly and extensive be- Proprietress. 27muv
House on East Ara'gon' street only work in store. Apply The Tea"Store. I desirable and near business center -

Lots on 11th and 12th avenues New .q. .... .. ..... ... ... .$650 6june. : L'st your property with me and I!! 422 W. Gregory. ISmaylw made in this section of the city, and t PARK HOTEL -Why pay $2 ;5Opr
Citr, at . . .. .$200 98 acres of good farming land, a'I '' will sell it. FURNISHED ROOMS I these lots are bound to increase greatly -I day when you can 'get as good roou.

200sl32 2 feet on East Hill car bargain at .. ... .. .. .. ; WANTED-A cook; man or 'j' -Centrally lo- in value. and bed for 50c. Coolest pace iuj
.. . . $1000j ; cated. Best rooms in the city; cool, !IFor QUICK SALE at.$250.00
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$1250 Four blocks in West .King Tract,! Apply 227 Intendencla., 3june3t at the market rate of interest clean beds. j I Pensacola, and you can go out and ge
Lots in East King Tract or West each .. .. ..... ... .$1000 i' .- "--r----I on city real estate. St. Apply 128 East Government Call and seeour large and attrac-j 1.I I what you want to eat. One bl'>ek from
King Tract very cheap and on easy, We have numerous other proper, GIRL WANTED-to work in tailor I imaylm tire list of property. I postoffice. 2 may
terms. mproved property In West ties listed with us and it would payyou shop. One with experience prefer I I THREE PLEASANT ROOMS to rent ALL OF THE MAX 'NT TRACT"

Kng! Tract, netting 10 per cent on investment to consult us' before making yourI red. Apply C. Abt137,, E.. )atendencia. with privileg 'of light house keep. WEST OF "-e" STREET NOW FOR SUMMER BOARDER8-The H vl!

I investment 3june :J. W. Bullock Jr. b ig. 301 W. -Chase. 3aprPLEASANT SALE. Hyatt is now open for spring and summer -
See us in regard to Lake View I I We are Jn receipt qf advic s from -'- : MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST trade. People who wish to i it'-
Prettiest Hay-: the fire Insurance companies' represented BRANCH MANAGERS WAN 'ED--$20: () j place to board on North MARKET RATE OF'INTEREST; .' and build up, the Hyatt is the pin-:
en Property. place in New Hill line. Address ,
b# "That all on car No.8, MORTGAGES ON REAL ESTATE IN Hotel Hyatt is the best and most ;aI i
us losses In Cal cash weekly. Live "at home. Ex
is Room 405 Thiesen
Tcxar.
City and on Bayou Journal.
Bldg. care 27mar THIS CITY BOUGHT SOLD. hotel l to
ifornia conflagration will be promptly perience unnecessary. No canvassing.: AND i iI I to-date north of Atlanta; > itifully '
paid and that THEY Old I I located; plenty to eat; co ".
at five
WILL CONTINUE Enclose, stamp for particulars.. Aluminum newspapers cents a bundleat
D.- Hale Wilson & Co. TO FURNISH ABSOLUTE: Hanger Co., Chatfleld Minni: ,- Phone 161.. this office. They are all clean Fisher Real Estate Agency j.I spring water; cool nights; perf (r
Phone 234 15 South Palafox I INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY\1 3junelm. T and nice. j healthy; no mosquitoes.no; mala.1: j
.s '
FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE COLLECTION 1 I home-like place to rest: ; 87 ni: ',

ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS. !IWANTED-50, Laborers. Apply at WantedH. OF.-RENTS A I. north of Atlanta on L. and N. raim! < :.
__. I SPECIALTY.
"L. Protect your home and business; once. Goulding Fertilizer Co. 27m LOST 87. I D. II. Hyatt, Proprietor, Ellijay, (U.. .
Phone 206 S. Palafox
j gainst loss by fire by insuring with .I ALFMAN-Tin, Copper and Sheet; ; itrrnr I-J-J-u-uJ-u-btmJ-.r.ntr4-u-1Mr SflfltflfltJJ.JJSIAMOND St.1 19maylm.
D STUD-Thousht to have.been ,
FOR SALE, WANTED-Men and. boys wanted to Iron Worker; cornice work and sky left in envelop at OLD MILL INN.:--On bay front. OPKK;
bathing I
us.ESCAMBIA learn plumbin'g, plastering,, brick lights a specialty' ; roofing, gutteringand ,Santa Rosa beach. Liberal payilion -. June 1. Large, airy and d 'ljp:". .

: .New eght: room house with hall 10th t REALTY CO. laying. Special offer; life cholar- repairing 315 South Palafox St ,for return JfiF. S.. care: Journal reward FOR REMTFOR ly cool. Good fishing, bathing: -in !
f -
: ship fifty dollars, easy"payments Phone 560 residen hone 1316. -
; e
;;; boating. First class table. On wtric -
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i Ave. and 16th St. This place has to be 204/2 S. Palafox Street. o ffice 5june3t
position and union card guaranteed 2junelm. RENT-COttage, furnished: or
;:: car line, 15 minutes ride from seen to be appreciated. . .$1750 Telephone.1052.General free catalogue.. Coyne Bros. Trade LOST Pointer pup aaout 6 weeks old. unfurnished, on bayou for summer. Regular boarders and tran,;:co-: .
.r Lots 3, 4 and 5, block 140, Naw agents for State, for Home, Schools, New York, Chicago, St., Louis;; WANTED-D. B. White wants your White with liver colored head and Fine water front for boating, bathing Terms reasonable. Address Old1: : '

. City. . . . .. ..$609;I Life Insurance Co.. of New York. 15mayly. faction hauling guarnteed.and transfer Address work. 1501-N Satis- spot on }left shoulder and back. Reward and fishing. Beautiful location, near I Inn, Pensacola, Fla. 4ma/
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Blocks 125 and 126, Petterson AJ.I WANTED-Everyone to Know that &th Ave., or phone 390. for return to Dorsey Fullwood,1 I,I nal.car line. Address Cottage, care Jour. MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTELn-Clark,' -

: dition water front new six room The Journal has nice, clean old papers _, __ 1200 N. E. St. 5juuelw'iOSTPansy 6june ville, Ga. Nestling among the mountains :

.:: house on same . .. .'. .;-$1,600 Some for sale cheap. Only! five centsa MATTRESSES RENOVATEDNew L FOR P..ENT-2 nicely furnished of North Georgia. An ideal n ac!
breast pin with diamondin
bundle. tick furnished if desired. Guaran to rest. Scenery and climate mistr-
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Block 63
East for rent
King Tract.$2,600Lot center; lost Monday either on rooms to gentlemen only.
teed.
Crapet taken
up and mattinglaid Beautiful walks and doe"
C 7 to 14, inclusive, block 171,! WANTED-First-class 'Barber for cot if desired. Leave orders depot car line. on Tarragona: or railroad : Apply to Mrs. Hester, 420 W. Ciaae I passed. ,
at 365 feet piazzas. Accessible to man.-
:New City . .. .. .. .$1,600 New Bargains ored trade. Ring 1010- ring o r Green & Watjon. Phone 193. imar wharf, or possibly at Wittich's St. Phone 1095.- 2junelm points of interest. No mosqui'"-
call at Sylvester Campbell Store, near' boom. Reward for return this office. -
dummy depot, Warrington Fla.. See the Piuto: Water display at Hoo- 30mayl2* FOR RT-A. R. Bingham has storage Excellent table. 19ma)111-

J. A. WILSON &Co. in 24 apri. ton's Pharmacy. James McHugh, I room for rent, suitable for fur-i.i
wholesale agent ljunelm niture or other goods. 104 and 106 BROWN HOUSE-DeFuniak SprinzGood :-

I- Miscellaneous South Tarragona street. Phone 639. I I beds, airy rooms, e'p' art
Real Estate Agents WANTED WANTED-Everybody to call and I __uwwuw nruwtnMfrmLr-.Lr w flw meals; free bath and sample room-.

City Lots tLftrflfl WJtr Jt SLr see the Perfect 'Pantry. Lawhorn 1\\NOTICD Having installed machines FOR RENT.-A nice 5 room cottageon Special attention to traveling DIP:!-

Salisbury Building, Room 7 WANTED- and Blackburn agents, 109 E. Government I. for' the manufacture of galvanized N.,Spring St., with bath, gas, etc.I I Rates $2.00 per day. J. R. Brow:.,

8 LOTS, one block from 16th borrow $100.good Good family security wishes Can to street. 27maylm* i iron cornice, skylights cornce gutters at $15.00. Inquire Fisher Real Estate Prop.

' Ave., car line beautiful location ,be -- circular mouldings! etc., I am now I Agency. ljune'
returned desired. Ad
any way WANTED 12 14 foot skiff. HOl'SKS
or Apply HOTELS AND BOARDING
prepared to do sheet metal
for work of
home if taken' at dress.-. Aabergr. ,- -Pensacola., ljunelw''wkNTFqYbu '* stating particulars and price. all kinds on short notice. I FOR SALE OR RENT- -A five Before laying your carpet or ma-
REAL once a.. ,.' ... ... .\...Bargain" Sat sfac- room
ESTATEBARMINS Thos. C. Watson, 37 8, Palafox. tion ,.assured. Estimates cheerfully cottage with bath and gas. No.! ting buy a supply of old newspapis
; ENTIRE BLOCK, 219 West to save time and mon; 27 may. given on work in or outside the clty 1107 E. Cervantes street. Two blocks to put underneath and protect it. Onl.f :

King Tract. .... .... .... .$400.00 6th ey by avenue seeing, Geo.between B. Ivey Jackson& Ce., 520 and y. OUR MOTTO-Honest weight and Chas.:.B. Vetter, 18 W. Intendencia. from street car.. Apply to H. 'W.' five cents a bundle at this officp
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8 LOTS in block 109, West King Gadsden streets, to- buy clocks an>l honest, dealings. California Evaporated Phone698. 25maylni! Gibbs, care of Forbes Store: I FERRELL HOTEL sneads Florid!
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Tract. . .. ,. ,. .,' .$250.00' watchs. "5junelwW5LL 'I Peaches, 15c per pound, 2 Ibs. SANTA ROSA-Pavilion, L. S. S. offers 26maylm. ,II Rates $2.00 per day. Nice room-,

23 LOTS in: block 126, in West I for 25c; California Evaporated Prunes the best accommodation for ; good beds, table the best J. M. Ft

King Tract. .. ., ...$700.001 BUdLD! HOUSES-on installment : lOc per lbs., 3 Ibs. for 25c; fine London bathing and recreation to be found on FOR RENT-Two story 8 room house, -ell, Prop. !l"apf
4 LOTS in block 45. West.King I I plan, or cash.. You own thfe Layer Raising"2 lbs. for 25c; Heinz Apple the Gulf of :Mexico: Launch Leclair I I with gas, hot and cold water, and all['

Tour property sold and rents collected Tract, if taken at once, 1 I I lot I furnish'the mon y' and bulH! tit! Butter per crock 40c. E. B. Hoffman l leavescity wharf daily at S:00 a. m. other modern conveniences. Addressor I H 'TEL VERNOX Rates $2 per day.

and prompt returns made on same. i lot..s per 70.00 house. You pay monthly, same,,as & Son, 57 E. Gregory St. Phone Phone 659. Chas.! H.-.Burton, M-gr. apply 41 E. Chase street lOmayj j Special rate by week. Special: a'-

Give me a call. Remember the place. rent, in a short time house is ) 825. ISmaylm 12may.If tention to traveling men. Free sam-
K Office No. 12 E. Government street, in Homes and other property for sale Pay rent 20 years, it still 'our4'1 FOR RENT-Elegant two-story residence -' pie room. :Mrs. J. P. Mauldin, Prop
L/ \ Music House. A few bargains to offer!i in all parts of the city./ the other man Will also put dow WANTED.-All kinds or electrical will)'ou"will look"around the house, corner Strong and Spring sts.!115apr.
I bit wells with 2-inch work. I sell all kinds of electrical' you find :a ,lot of, ways: in whlcii Apply to 0. H.. Turner.
today. I Money to Loan good real estate good pump. galvanized L you can use old : : lOmay' HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all 'M
newspapers. You
selurity at market rate of interest. pipe, with brass cylinder attachment batteries and other electrical supplies. :
American and p'.a-
European
them
can buy in FOR RENT Two year.
I lots. Dallas Tract. . . .$250;} will make water fly from a well] When yon need me ring 345 or 955. any quantity at this very aesirable rates. First-cla 'a
Special summer o
24 lots, Block) 219 W. K. Tract .400 I 40 to 100 ft deep, and sq eaSy' a child E. W. P ake, new Star Laundry build- office. They are put up in bundles. stores on first :.floor'of Manhattan; I -
I Thos. E. Garden. convenient to'"carry and sold at five hotel, Corner Garden 'and Baylen.i j every respect. Pleasant and COD'n.ient
block can it. Costs lug ISdee.
,23 lots 126. W. K. Tract..700. Pebley pump but1Ittf mor ethan
cents'per bundJe.MATTftESSES Just completed and in Mrs. T. L. Bowen, Prop., P '8 lots, block 45. W. K. Tract. .. 560 the old dU'g well. All. satisfac COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand class : ''For arranged first sacoa! Fla.CENTRAL. l a lr
shape.
terms,
lots block 171 N. C.. .'. Bargain PHONE 559. tory before you pay "a cent. Get my Cleaning Club, 212 N. DeVillers AND FURNITURE. etc., apply ,Hdoton: -&. Watson., particulars, I ---

. [8. room house, Gadsden street. 3600 1 prices. F. M. Williams Contractorand St., Mrs; T. J. Davis,,Prop. Your patronage Mattresses bade to"order; old ones 29Apr:I. HOTEL, CHiPLEY-Op

( ; :12 houses. N. Barcelona.. .. .... 1900 I- Builder Room SOS Thiesen Build solicited; 'satisfaction guaran renovated. New ticks furnished. FOR RE -Second story over Lin-, depot Large and well lich'ti!
!IE room house on 7th ave..1200 ing. Phone 802, 1 ring.i ; SWkNTEDCopylng -Careful.'attention given ladies' Second hand :-furniture bought and denstruth's Jewelry store.. Su1tab 3''J rooms. Free sample room. Meals tall

: :.A beautiful home. new. on carline ,, garments. Phone 1222. Sfet sold. Upholstering repairing (!onE'. for offices, sleeping .quarters or stor hours. Special attention to tra '
,. .. .. .. .. ... 2500 FOR SALEAll \ or' o&ework to 114 E; Belmont St., city phone 77T. age rooms. .Lee Daniell. 24apr: eiiffg men. $2.00 per day. J. M. T?-
z ,C room house, E. Cervantes do .in afternoon. Address W., care WANTED: Carriages:: repaired and repainted -Davis .:Mfg, Co., C.T. Davis, Mgr. gle Prop. ISniarl-:!: ;
blocks from car line. ... ..1400 kind of real estate for sale ,9r Journal. Sjunelw' ; floats built to order; horse I I FOR RENT-kroom.2-story Cottage I
I.ORINQ--B. y.,. Tailor.Gents' CHIPLEY HOTEL Can Setter; n J 1.
rent North Hill'and East Hill vacant I shoeing a specialty.. ,J. G. Welsh Carriage Diamond, S18 W. Belmont Apply to Walker: !
lots. Some choice Coi: clothing cleaned, pressed and Prop. Special attention to comrn('-
very ones at: WANTED! -To buy 10 to 40 27feb lEgraham. April20 l
good bargains for homes or investment surburban acres of repaired on short notice. No. 11% I cial travelers. Free sample and t lJit t'
p- property close to Pens WANTED.-Electric' work ol ah kind.. West-CQvemIl1ent, St. Pensacola Fla. WANTED.-Real Estate for sale or rooms. Large rooms with good :Dei3
cola. I
Give lowest cash price with, h)- Let'us clean your fans reaIr your Idee. rent, lease or exchange. Your busi $2 day. 13mar;r.J
One large lot on, R.:R. good factoryor cation. per
warehouse;- site. One water front "Real Estate, care. Pensaco dynamo, do jour vlrin;. etc. Paona ness respectfully solicited J. A. Wilson ]
I N. McK. OERTING lot that a purchaser could make no Ia Journal 3june%w* 570. Pensacola Electric Co.. 205 S. J. H/PORTER, sallmaxer, 716 South L Real Estate Ageat: :22% W. Government BAY HfTEL.-o night and dY.:

mistake to buy One 40-acre( farm i' .--.., Baylcn. Palafox street Orders taken for street Room. 7, :Salisbury r rbuIlding. Europqan plan. Rooms light an1
WANTED-We want your orders for teats, awnings, camp'stools and house clean. Transient trade solicited: :
and one of 160 acres, both near Pen. A."JTEDr-Tbe Merchants Transfer Phone 172., 23jan
Public sacola. I 1907 Art Calendars. Onr 300 original Co. cots.., etc.: Prices reasonable. '31jan. 575-579 S. Palafox. JM. S. Nicol u.
Notary I wants your moving and bauUae. -
designs to
select
Four choice brick business houseson from. All All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzie o.:i!, A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for Prop.

Phone 476. Palafox St. ,for sale. Fine investment : prices.. Mayes Printing Co., Pen'sacola. sen.. Prop. Phone 978. ISJunelm' lag & Co..._wholesale and retail ship rent, suitable for furniture other -

property. .Few 'choice offices;' ISfeb.WANTED WANTED.-The public to know thai chandlers and grocers; only first-class I goods, 104 and 106 South Tarragona
for rent old be bought at I house of kind, : In city. Fair prices to al!. St. Phone 631>> "- SOnov Found _
I -A married newspapers can
couple wants
all a
Turpentine men get rich. and I I 1
have good turpentine business for cottage or part of cottage on 'waterfront this office for five tents" a bundle. They MILTON JDPHOLSTERING SHOP-' FOUND-Calico pony. For inf"rn'

For Farm Turaentlne sale cheap. 15 crops boxes plenty; for'the summer'months. Either are all clean and mce. I Willie -Minis, Proprietor. Furniture CREW NOTICE. tion apply at stables at For Barra: :.

timber lease which furnished or unfurnished. Give terms repairing! of all! kinds, carpets 5junr] -In:'
Timber Lands round on together WANTED-To sell a lot of old papersat I I Neither ihe catfta/n, owners 1- cas.
with boxes good seven years longer. and particulars in first letter. Address 5c a bundle. Apply at this office .I laid; furniture packed for shipping i nor consigneers of the

t.ARGE OR SMALL QUANTITY Write or call. and see schedule of Summer. care 'Journal ljune ,' They are all whole, clean and Phone 63Next. to Tampa Landing.. a ss" Federka, will ba respon AUCTION SALE.
Call Address .
on or 22April
property., I nice. : sible for debts contractedby CAR LOAD MILK COWS SATURDAY

Turner & Aymard WANTED-Your stenographic work. CARRIAGESrepaired and repainted. t'he crew of said-; vessel. JUNE 9, AT 10 A. M. AT MC
H. T. CRAWFORD Pensacola Typewriter Exchange W A .or :D.-A. R. Binghan' want Floats >ballt\\.to order. Horse shoe JIETIS D. ZAR, MILLAN & TURTON'S STABLE

Real Estate and Abstrat Co.; 315 S. Palafox St. Phone 378. 'your moving and hauling... He guarantees ing a' specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage GULF. TRANSIT, CO, CaptaIn' I WEST INTENDENCIA. STREET.

&: ,P. 0. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs, Fla 315!,& South Palafox Street 23may. all breakage. Phone 630. Co. #. 27fe6 I Consignees.. 6june4tr"
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For Sale. .. .. .. ................................ .. MA KETS -- -- ,:;;"" -,..,...',', :
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'f&DRL KERS! ATTENTIQN I
want a delicious cup ottea, try
\ou Own" Blend it is superior to any AUSLEY i COMPANY : : Navat. ." Stores./ THE SOUtHERN HOTEL lJ

..!I- tea on the market. Only' 60cf i Savannah, Ga., June 6.- TThe naval

pound. A valuable ticket in' every i stores market closed today as follows: MRS. F. L. BOWEN, PROP. i .';: r

nLrkage. New Orleans Grocery Co. COMMISSION BROKERS WW.i: .i er... ... .4 85 r. 1t

gone,105., Jas. McHugh, Prop. : \\ .. .. ..' .4 75 OPEN'ALL THE YEAR. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. f1
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ATTNTIONIIyou I II WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. !'... ... 4 40 SPECIAL 'lj l:
A DRINKERS K.'. ..4 35I SUMMER RATES
want a delicious cup of tea, try .. ..4 25 1 : \
Own" Blend it is superior to any ... .. ..- .... .
Our Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and Chicago.COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS H. : 4 15 !ii".
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U0lar, tea on the market. Only 60c i ,. I G. .. .i.-. .... .. ..4 .05Fi. Pleasant, Convenient, Comfortable. Quislne Excellent, '
Itr pound. A valuable ticket la every I Iif f. V. ..-"..'.1..:. .4 00 Service Up-to-Date

liackage. New Orleans Grocery Co. E. ..- ..i." ,''',.' .. ... ..3 95 : .-
Phone 105. Jas. MeHugh. Prop. ; !. D, .' ..'. ..3 70

Ijune) ... C. '.o .' .. .. 360 L If you will call up phone 490, drop us a postal or call in person, :

-FOR SALE.Finest car load of horses ; Bought'and'Sold on Margin or for Investment Spirits Turpentine-67% cents. 'we will be glad to give you rates for either rooms, board or both. : ': :: !

received in Pensacola. 'Me .fil. .
lan ever& Turton West Inten 'encia. St. Reference: First National and Peoples B nks. Phone 11 73 J AUSLEY & CO.'S REPORT .:.....


june. _ _ _ ................................................... Uverpeol Wheat.Cotton Market. .:iiiiiiTii 1.iiiLIi: j ::1'

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SALE-Remington typewriter."Rem .. :01. i.
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FOR ," Journal. Gjunelm 1an..b;............... ................-.ClOM.4.69 "-----== 'i '1
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: I'eb.' .)(...................!....... .........",. 11M =--- Professional! \ i
store, WOO'QAND McMillan Bros. Co. Kar..J.pril...................................11.69 Directorywwww : ..
grocery
( 'or6AL&-Retail April-May.-........ ------ -. w. t I ;tJ.

dawn rown. Apply A. Greenhut & ){a1-luue..................................6.77 I
Co. 5junel6t JnntJmly; ...........,J.77 Pay By Check
lulj-.6.urua' ;.....t.........;...... .... ....1\.11\ C. YATES M 0'1 !h tl
See the Pluto Water display at Hoo- J.upn.8epkmbw.......n............... 5718eptemb'OetobeP :
ton's Pharmcy. James McHugh: COAL ............ .......... 6.8j' OPTICIAN : f ,
wholesale agent. ljunelm Oftobv.JlfOYImW ................ .......I.E9' T Pay your bills in a business-like manner- :
-- NoTsmber-Dttctmber 306 THIESEN BUILDIN 1 ::
check. It facilitates the conduct'
FOR SALE-We have a lot of keg, Oak and pine wood in any size. All nl.uUAI'1 ........ ..............5.68 by greatly -_ .J ..;t.: .
suitable for flower pots and other LiTllrpoo18poti.IiJJ. of your business both private and commer- t
grades .of coal for sale. We are now MOBILE ALABAMA. WM D. HOWE
purposes; also a lot of whiskey syrup located 'at Ocosta& Co.'s old stand.E. cial, while at the same time your funds are ,
and other barrels, which are suitablefor New York Cotton Market safe. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW \ r j f :
Open Hich Low Olos! absolutely
crockery or fish and cured .
meats.packing We buy all kinds of barrels, G. SEWELL & CO. CITY OF PENSACOLA IMPROVEMENT January 10.37 10.45 10.85 10.15 T Business conducted through a bank is always 14/ EAST GOVERNMENT ST. :. :,ft'J.r''" :
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BONDS :
and clean them. Sup .. March 10.48 10.50 10.43 10.49 4
and re-cooper Phones 146 and 363. July 10.52 10.57 10.47 10.57 more dignified. Evenif; you use.your t;
ply always on hand. If you need any Denomination, $1,000.00 each. Dated ;q :
barrels or have any for sale ring us Jan. 1, 1906. Maturing Jan. 1.19'36.I August October.10.43 10.81. 10.48 19.88 10.S7 10.28 lUg 10.37 money fro.m week to week, and month to NOTICE ;: ; : :

up. Phone 233, residence phone 591. ., _.!t. I Redeemable Jan. 1. 1926. Interest Leeember..Lo,85( 10.U' 10.31 10.41 month, : fa i
Pensacola Cooperage Co., Geo. A. SAFES I SAFES I t. SAFESt: 'SAFESt.Buy' payable semi-annually. We otter for ifew York poti/ll. O The Woolley Sanatorium,the only institute : : ;:
Yucovich, Pres., No. 9 S. Alcanlz. .I sale these bonds subject to prior sale in the United States where the < .j" .- :
ITmaylm. Piebald Sake.. :;f In amount to suit purchaser. Cones Open, 7 High Low Clow Pay It.. Out Through This Bnkt ;;' Opium, Cocaine and Whiskey habits 4t "'.';

Sc rritt.' Moreno A: i pondence invited. 117-...... S& 8l 80 81% can be cured without and 4j4 :- .
rt ; .... ..... .. foY exposure :
FOR SALE-A lot or old newspapers. The People's Bank of Pensacola, Sept. 7DX--: 80H 79% 80X The returned checks are legaj,35ceipts: with so much ease for the patient Only ''fi .

Put up in bundles convenient for .. .-." Pensacola,Fla. Corn. bilLyou u/T every pay.
carrying. Only' five cents per bundle. Op o mill Low Clow your case and I will write you an ,:!';
Apply this office. SAFES July. ......_49H bO% 9H 60KBeit opinion as to what I can accomplish "1l i. :
VICTOR .. ?j (*>X 49- 50J4 for you. Ask your family physician : 1.,1..i

CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton & to investigate. Dr. B. M. Woolley, 104 : :::}.1
Watson have just received a large - -. -.--- Do Yon Want The New York Stock, Market N. Pryor Street Atlanta, Ga. !f ) i
I> Open nose H
supply of the latest city maps, showingall This safe awaided the ....... tl : !.
was 8011 ern PItOi.1io. 07 7X i.. ..
of the subdivisions.: The maps are grand .prize at the Copper...............:... 109/' 10613fl FIRST NATIONAL BJNI( ".1'!'- .!
official and down to date and are World's Fair, and although J.. e.14...........;............ 180% >j r1.i-o r.: !
mounted on heavy linen. Regular inexpensive it is Ateil.......................... 00;. 90% iH'.r.1 ..!
price. $2.50; special price on lots -of the best-safe made. BEST A.S.................... :.. 159 1 OF PENSACOLA FLA.W. ;, .1I: !
five or more to agents or real estate B.R T..;.......... 84 4 & ,. ..1< ., II I
men. Hooton & Watson. Smay B.Ii 0 .. 103!% 100Iris >- I
We Keep Them in Stockand .? H.KNOWLIS.Pre a. W. K.HTBB.Ja.,V.-Preg. and Cashier.T. :1 r ''t. !
46tf 46c.r.I W, BSIST and W.K.ROBBUTS A. at. Cashiers. '
FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire 62 61 DJBZCTOBS F.0. Brent. W. A. Blount. W. H. Knowies, W. K. flyer Jr It:11At :
....... D. G. Brent. PATENT APPLIED FOR
hogs; best of breeding. Ask for can give you just U.8.. 41" 41Y .
catalogue. Carl Setterlind Chipley, what, you want or 'if, we TackleTennis U.8. preferred..... 10% lo.R.Ii. all!| Druggists. '.i i" vI
Fishing
haven't want .-. 29.V| 89 MUS-QUIT-U MFG. CO., {lu; I
Fla. g6( what you 10.II J(.......!.................. 150Lie.3 ". 1 Jacksonville, Fla. ,1Lt
we can orderit foryouand ..............",;....... n" fl .' .' 1 .
FOR SALE OR RENT-Two lighters save you. money. Drop M.P.............::!:.:;....... 96 97 f t. .
one with capacity for 75 thousand ft. us postal.. ., Golf, Baseball arid Athletic L.C..................... ....- 181% 11OILPaS No. 5603. 't'I K-Jf
!'lumber the other thirty thousand ca bet''Plon graphs and records ...................... 160 1i% DIRECTORY ;::
Goods )
pacity. Rates! reasonable. Also two Wm. Johnson & Son Inc; the N. y. Ekift for sale 22 the best Dog Medicinethe: best ........... ..... M. E.CLARKVlce.Pesidentand! Cashier. ANDREWS
boats1 heap, ft. long, P.Ot;.* <>\.43A: ;9s: :. 9a",4B.I Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. rU1
5 ft. beams. Telephone or write J. A. lr drated.-% j jI I Bicycles, the best Tires! the J.oistTypewriters >.G..'..;J;;}.i..1;U8 1134bi. Joppa:: Lodge, No.6, 1. 0. 0. F, .I"). 4
Cnaffln .& Co.( Milton.Fla.! 25mar_ *">cor' '> 'i the best Lock and. Key .P .....:....:.r.....:. 174 1m. THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK meets! every Tuesday evening at 7:3d\ t t J
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R.I..a. .... 2 % 26
ON THE HIGH LAND-Ease Hill electric I Fitting best Trunk Rep irl g;- best &;B....:;i:_.... ;. ..... S % S8J o'clock: at Odd FellQws Hall. Belmont! f-ft tst-

car line six lots 100 ft. front I Florida and ..AlabamaLAlCOMPfiNY j Gas tanipand last, but not l least, the T.O.I.._........ .... 1573 157k OF PINSACOLA, FLA. anl Baylen street. Visiting brethren : i
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Ly 137& deep,'corners $700 inside | bestfRoller'Skates! ? io Faonm.... ....... l.j'........ 13JS 13ar6 DESiGNATEp.. DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. an cordially .Invited.T. H. FLEEJWOOD.. : N. G. IJ}i
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cr1-- 151H U2H t J
:Iota $600. There arena better'sltua .
tions than these lot II. :A. V. Clubbs. Why -so.to. .-. -:------- CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.008. J. W. GINGLES, Sec 4,- ,,h

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SljanSm.Pessacola 1 t '
Manufacturers Ausley & CoVslbaify Cotton Letter. DIRECTORS. ; t.'
JUST RECEIVED-Large of -
imported Olive Oil. Retail snlpment by pint and-'Dealers in- F. B. BRUCE New York,fune ti.-Crop; uncertainty Henry L, Covlngton, Frank Reilly, F. E. Brawner, Lodge, No. 3, K. of P. 4.'i ." ::..
gallon or larger,quantity. G..Moraaso LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHJN- and the oversold condition of the J. M- Pfelffer, W. S, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar, meets every Monday evening at 8 ,. \ :'-

& Co.. ship chandlers and'! grocers. 701 {,LES AND KILN.DRIED'SAP. market. produced_a 'better tone today. Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourln, J. R. Saunders, o'clock at their temporary Castle Hail ;
South PalatoL' 4oct .. PENSACOLA.,, FLORIDA but, 'transactions, remain small.J Speculation A.' M. Avery, W. ". !Milton, 0. E. Maura, over Pou stable, W. Intendencia St. { ;.
( Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzie Oertlng, '
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h'u. for tnamost part in W. L. Cawthon Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. :
FOR SALE.-Improvet and iinlmproyed 'FOraIeTunnnw.nrrMnnwt the next crop gone-options' and at recent Alex McGowin, C. M' Covlngton, M. E. Clark. J. A. KIRKPATRICK. C. C. d: ';

property in all parts of the city. -fl=nnnnJ I I low levels the option list has Safety deposit boxes for rent at$2.00, $3.CO and $5.00 (he year. Private department I H. HORSLER K. of R. & S ,, .. .''..
Wilson & Co. Real GULF CITY COFFEE CO. ..
J. Estate Agents FOR SALE-Poultry firm .near Big received support from c nserva. In connection for the convenience of customers. : .
Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone Bayou eight "acres'1 under fence.. with little LJ Meetings of the : -to
tjve dealers : very
172. 23 jan Good boating fishing.and bathing. F. Roasters, Blenders and Shippers of! actm'ty on the part of adverse' Four per cent interest Paid on Time Deposits. Knights of Coiumous .i i."
N. Howell, Warrington FIa: I southern are held at their hall ? t
quiet and '
I Liverpool ;
dcbiiL"
FOR SALE-Three opinions. No. 8 West Intend ,j
: yoke of oxen and! Sjunelw
Weather
log cart; good team In good condition ., Fine Coffees. i map far spot today markets and forecast inactive.for tomor; cia Monday street evening on every at .f.f frf::
and working every day. Price MARINE AND, STATIONARY EN i and
OUR COFFEES ARE SOLD'BY ALL TOW is, for lower temperatures 7:30: o'clock. A a invitation i 'i. ::
$300. Call on or write J. A.: Chaffin & GINES for sale. Wonder Gasoline i "
showers over most of the western NV is ; : :

Co., Milton Fla 29aprlm Engines are the simpliest, stronge'tand GROCERS. GIVE THEM A .TRIAL be. t.' lj. HILTON VYfbCiQf t i....P.a-csmu*. T. B. WKULjXSt. VToa.aaswy.sT. visiting Knights. cxteadodto t i ;:;;'
best on' market for
engines' the.
FOR S'ALE-Lady-s saddle extra :The option list.. in our opinion will B.H. LUSHNFLL U BIBB. MANSFISLD MOBSafO AMJ'.O ti JOHN B. JONES, t 1't':'
the money., SEnd: for";catalogue. Ed Bold-strong for the next few days andy J. S. LEONARD, Grand
good; fine Shepherd dog; also B. Banks, Pengacola.. Phones 1377 further adverse weather condi. Citizens National Bank Recorder. Knight. ii j L
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brand t t f'
new Century Encyclopedia and
577. 3junelm'FOR
and easily induce active Florida. .
could an of Pengacola'
lions .
Dictionary. Address 1102 East Gads --------------- It :
tienSt., or phone 285. 9may '- Marine Grocery Co.' *nd.h\gher\ ran'ge of values. BISECTORS Daughters of Rebekah. 1' i:
S'ALE-Herd fine Jersey dairy r- Gee. W.Wrifht. Morris Bear. T.B.Welles. Rix M. Bobinaon. L. Hilton Green. Naomi Lodge No. 10, Daughters or .1 }

AUTOMOBILES. am agent-for the cows with well. established milk 604, 605 S. Palafox St. THE ORIGINAL. A CEWfMAt BMHXING BUSIHtSS TRANSACTED Rebekah meets every Monday night .'.
route. No. conp tition.cows .and at 8 o'clock In I. O. O. I!'. hall. Vlsl&4 1ft'. .
Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos business first class condition. Apply Phone 725. Foley & Co., Chicago, originated .-.--- .----1--------- --' Ing sisters cordially Invited to \(,

from $500.00 up. They cost less than S. A. Taylor) Century, Fla. Sjunelm Honey and Tar as a throat and lungremedy be present '
horses to keep up. They can be run V. J. VIDAL, Manager.I and on account of the great r ;- '- MRS. B. R. f t,fi"::'',
in sand or anywhere a horse can merits and popularity of. Foley's WITKOVSKI j J.
Leslie E. Brooks. go. FOR SAJ.A-1.ar. single cutundertop We carry: a full line of Imported and .... MASS WILLIE KENDRICK Se!!. :
imitations .
delivery' wagon, suitable for i Domestic Groceries and ..Provisions.We Honey .and Tar. many areoffered t d

FOR SALE-Ten new and seconds light two horse, ,First,class, make and want your patronage..PRESSTHfrT. worthless for imitations the genuine.have similar These R ."Carr,... C. vz-I;; ),, CO Jno.Seo'y.W.ss.y, M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first and j t j>. .'

cond hand office safes, different' in. good condition.Can be seen at Wholesale and KetiU De&i eI 10 third Wednesday evening at 7:30 l
names. Beware of them. p. :
sizes, best makes at bargain prices. : wagon yard, 'opposite., Diibuisson, E. .sounding Foley's! Honey and Tar Domestic Anthracite m., RaSord Hall, No 10. West Intea- I. ; .
Toe 'genuine Steam ,
Intendencia/: .Addr ss' Wagon care
Scarrltt Moreno, efflce East Government v is In a 'yellow'' package Ask for it C 0 A L dencia street .
St. 24mar Journal. : Ijune3t and refuse any substitute. It is the and Blacksmith A. G. FELL, Prea. .; .'
Office-No. 43 South Palafox street Telephone 93. J. L. SWEENEY. Sec. 1 .
: : BUTTONHudiett for coughs and colds.
FOR SALE FiV4.irptel5lfe: .t- lbst. 'remedy
FOR SALE-Nice, clean old ; best; s r
newspa Yar'3 Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones W. A. D'Alem'berte, druggist and coraer .J
uatlon la the. for tourist hotel .
city a< .
pers. All whole and useful at'home s "j" i. "U'" .. ;
Pensacola NO.4 !
apothecary. Lodge 1. O. 0. F. :t.
130 feet fronting south 172 feet .f
by
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or your store. Only five cents per ,
Pensacola Lodge No.4. I. 0. 0. F r ) F
bundle. deep on EaSt'chvernm nttreet, over .
looking Seville' square arid' Adams NOTICE. meets every Thursdar "vening at 7:3t l ; tat :

FOR SALE-Fine pot flowers. street with. open view of Pen cola I Pursuant to the call of the Demo- ET the new hail on Belmont and Bayle" t.r. I. '
RATESIlonieComing streets. Visiting brethren r
Apply 1408 E. Gad.'den! St. or phone bay, $10,000 will' .buy ,tbe. property cratic': County Executive Committee LOW invited. E. GREENBLATT cordial!} /. f :
833 6-rlrigs. Mrs. J. J. Rogers. lapr. .' there will be'a sec.and .f i'f'! '
J. NEVILLE. Secretary. t
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l ma'lm. FOR SALE-Sepond ''hand 25 H. P. ; primary election held on .$'_.f! '
boiler. Will ell cheap. Apply to Tuesday. the 12th day of June. 1906, W. O. W.Live .i', 'i {,:

FOR SALE-A new top buggy cheap. New, Method Laundry. 13Aprll for- .the' purpose of nominating candidates Week Louisville Ky. Oak Camp No. 1, W. '.). W. t.j il: : ::
Address Box 315. the following offices ,
Ijuneiw'ma for :
I I in Pythian Hall 1st
REGULAR', HACK LINE -From Chipley1 'Twomembers the House of Representative. meets and 3rc lli .
SALE-5-room cottage on monthly 'making Connections, with mail June 1317,1906.PENSACOLAToOUISVlLEKY. Wednesdays In each month. Visiting ; t: :, !
launch for points on: St.Andrews bay. jl. 1 sovereigns cordially invited. f
payments with gas water and I One' County 'Commissioner' District : :
P. A. BOGH1CH, C. C.
Extra. teams for, traveling" n.. Good
free "
delivery, block from '
one car; No; 4. .. .
comfortable'.vehicles The SUDpIat-hreIt-sarat- LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk. ,
tor 8 Ave and 12th street East Hill. horses Call oa I
FRANK _
-ud only perfect REILLY .
'J. C.> | !
address Sinclair/Chlpley,Fla. --- ----
E. Brett ljunelw* or S.ffUlDg PeII. No glut finer A. H. D'ALBMBERTE, Chairman. \
Telephone"No 74. 28apr -oa ink to iplH-o dortlnrTw
or.bkiDg. Secretary. Pensacola, SJ: Andrews and ::1
FOR
SALE-Lumber is now cheapxaJoel 11 :
amply preii the button(u
TRIP
Frater's lumber yard on Bay Moneyt: '.: Loan. in the, picture.)tad the pea illiIn ROUND $18.00. Gulf Steamship Go f :
len street wharf. Get his' prices and sa'v w J-JW' .. % yo,.nA. ,.....? .. "4uh." $100 REWARD r ,
build you a home before prices ad Writes tlwbxUnt it8Ithopaper STEAMER TARPON. !
vance, which is t8 MONEY TGi .LOAJf Everybody borrows A reward of 5100 wIll be given forth J :
sure' come.
3maylm. money' froi\' 'Jno;' A. Hall & capture of'Jaqe Haney,' escaped Tickets sold on June 10, 11 and for noon train June w. C:. riARROW, Master.. J f : :

Co.. 16 'E. Government! street ..Whwila Eagle$50Flash from convict camp. Description: 5 'to leave Louisville on any date up to' andjn-. FIRSr-CLAS PAS3E.NGE3 AND j ,I ; '.?;
FOR 12th good
SALE-A fine -of water need caU.on.uL9feblm. ,
-piece : feet 1 inches "ISO"pounds; medium FREIGHT SERVICE "..

Bay front.shore propertY feet fronton West MONEY-LOANED.OO all kIn s of per ... build;. age .21; carriage erect; brown 'C1 l ding June 23rd provided they are officially stamped -1iew.nn- t '! .
at the foot'of
with. a 4 room house, front Clubbs and street back, fOIls! property. ;fla. short notice: NO.i!'with 14 karat' solId coU eyes, black hair; complexion' black; bY specia1.geflt: of the Southern Passenger Association. PENSACOLA MOBIL!. APALACHV -J f ; .:
'. Co. pen point-fioett YUlcaa zed "medium forehead; medium ears; round 'J '
gallery easy.J."B. 'Grar& 2 W. COLA CARRABELLE, ST. ANDREWS f :
has Terms
feet long, a nice wharf about 250 Romano. PhoaeMlSS.-- Heb rubber and foil/guuaateed.r nosef medium mouth; good teeth; Tickets may be extended until July 23rd, 1906, inclusive MILLVILLE. q t .
running outto deep water Eagle"F1a.sl"N.23withVodba.dL8ZZ.O chin; short necksquare shoulders j t
round
from the front gate. For a few days MONEY TO LEND Onrgopd real es- 1.._,. ." : ( length of feet 10 inches;" vaccination by depositing ticket with the Joint Agent of 'the South- And all points on St Andrew Bay 4 jg:?.
only it will be oJered at only $1500 tate security.-< on good collateral "f1u! 1'(0.'. .26 on left arm. Carr.belle and Apaia.hicoIa.'j. : f i :
large ma. $3.00wida scar Association at. Louisville and
cash. Apply to Jos. I. Johnson at at lowest rat s: Leslie E. ,Brooks gslJ bead,,$4.00 YARN BROTHERS CAMP eastern Passenger upon' payment SCHEDULE t.4.
it. '
Friedman & Co.'s store. 5may Fisher building. : JlJan Sold 0I.r lIy!5taJice.nad Sexes. CantonmentF. of 'fee of 50 cents. : Leave Fe&s&cola Sunday, 8:20; ,9. '.:.i J J j.
Mobile, Alt ; '
LOA.NFP-O all kinds 0. for !f 5 5:1'
KR) of,
SALE-Pair MONEY par- A>k YOUR '
spotted ponies 5 DEALER. If he Peneacola. Taesdaj. 8:30
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A.
'oa short notice. docsei tell & M. call, address \ Leave PLjn. i
years property yon tie Baric further information, on or '
old. sonal For ,
sound and gentle. Donley "FLASH" Fountain PCIII then for St. Andrews, 11 ill me,; Ap* tff
Bullard. of
'J.xW. upstair ,A regular communication (
and cart; just the thing for chil Terms easy. .. tend the retail prtce direct: Mtu. acalcola, Carrabelle aaJ intermediatf.points. t.i
Palafox St;. .Phone 1lUNLlMl1'ED Pensacola Lodge. No. 42. F. .
dren. One cheap farm horse, one good 28% South Each pea abeoiatcly narEaglePencflCo- A rr .
: 6nor utcld. A. M., will be held Thurs- "
mule. Hinman & additional Infonna.'lon apply tj "
&
Hecker, Century For .P"[
,
ria- 23may amounror.mon to loan day night All members are J. W. LURTON, Division Passenger Agent or J. R. SAUNDERS, .N. : t.
to be present and visiting I .
all kinds'"or"personal property. Uudactcren requested COBB. Pr. ld"'& 'j-
on t B. R. ;
invited. By order.of- .
FOR SALE-NIce. clean old newspa Special rates to'baSfncss men on large 3Eroadwa7N.wYo brethren t Gen. Frt and Fats AgtPensacola. t:,
Perg at nve cents a bundle. This of leans. The! New'Yd k Loan Co., 201% T. HARVEY; W.'M.B. R. W. SUBBETT Ticket Agent L. & N. By. Fit. i t,'
.. South Palafox. M. SOLO tON.: Sec. ?'i.

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EIGHT THE PENS'4COLA ,JOURNAL, THURSIDAY MORNING.

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IIf}' Men's Cool 1' .". : i RED;so

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m : I If' Shreveport still retains-.the; lead'in
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: <" ,. I the Southern League, race. Atlantahas J1AWHWWP.ATtAHlA i rS
If( shoved New Orleans out of s* + 4J

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I ond place and! ,is oplt ,a game behind|

Summer OxfordsEvery : i the Pirates for first honors. (. :

I: To-day: there will ba general shift

Jr, I I.' in leans the'goes Southern Montgomery league; ,New1 shreveport Oi-- Red, Rock Ginger Ale


t, pair up-to-the-minute The, to Birmingham Memphis Little to Rock Atlanta.to : other t
Nashville and
stands, out among all diinas an T'11i'

t" opportunity ior foot comfort is in Looks Memphis irks ,Atlanta though has.the'easy Mmphii money Isliable'to i :exceptionally/: pure, high-classv article.: SMil r lli llii (B

stop the victorious march 6Jthe
t knocking at your door When you !. Crackers., Shreveport .has ha dgame i ;.ithas-th ractive endorsement of the most ethical medical } }

m Birmingham as the Barons Ifi men, and is.widely prescribed as a home ink :'for all
of
r introduce your: feet. to a pair i iI will move heaven and earth'to defeatGtiks' people. suffering from the various forms o ,indigestion. ;

men.. It look .asif. J; her has
i been' saved to open up 'againsttae' ,Look'for Red Rock Crown Stopper on BottlesON m
fianan Shoe
Cross :
I Douglass t or Barons. There will be.a, fight, :
SALE AT ALL GROCERIES, ETC., AND ON DRAUGHT.!or.EST-CtAZS-FOUNTAINS rtF? tojlI


I You assure them of solid comfort as STANDING AND .RESULTS,

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i long as they are' ,wornf ;and they'llwear Won Lost. Pet.3 .. .\1 f


{ till long after their cost has I.I Atlanta Shreveport.. .... ....-'.... -,;.,2.8 28 16 17 622 636 Irate 'Supplied, ,M Consolidated Grocery Co., Wholesale! ..... -Distri&Ws... ... & Pensacola."

New Orleans .. .. ..27 18 ,600 -
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F been earned Prices from I Birmingham.26 21 553 "' Fi= .: ;...'.{4"",_,- ."" '_ -=..,. _"_......... y.:1! ... -
range, I Memphis ,.. ... .. ;26... Zl 553Montgomery ,1
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.I ..* :., :.".20 25 444 IN PECT R AND NEXT T TUESDAY'S E : :' Come
Never
f $250 to $650 Nashville .. .. .. ..17 30 404 Tomorrow-My
Little Rock .. .. ,.11, 32 256
't '''Probably jcou ;intend to take some assurance tomorrow,

Yesterday's Results. :Mut-:-how ;do.tyou know tomorrow will come for you?


c THE JOHN WHITE STORE Montgomery Atlanta Birmingham 5; New 5 9;;; Little'Memphis Orleans Ifpck: 3.3.'0. -/;'' ClERK ARENAMED R [ DEMOCRATIC[ R Don't. ':j fait*,*;- ,". ,. Your"t." '-'--"r.c?t n't Afford It

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Shreveport
z Phone 225 205.207 S. PAUFOXI -; Nashville ., For,-white IL..you're waiting the call may come. Insure In


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Augusta .28 14: 667 } Gen'! A+
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Charleston .. .. .. .22 21 512 Fire, Ufe.( ', } ensatola

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ii Columbia i. .21 21 500 I"Mhr. =-.u> .::; ,, _

: Have 1 Your Clothes SHIPPING NEW Jacksonville Savannah,21? .. .. .J17 23 27 386 477 Officials for Democratic Primary Sample Ballot. Containing Namesof .:. .' ... '7Q-

Candidates Who are OoO4H+. .....e.............+++9..................
I Cleaned 'andPressed Yesterday's Results. June 12, Designated Execu i: '. 1 : aiv 8AOOX.A.

VESSELS IN PORT. Savannah 5; Jacksonville 1. live Committee.The Making the Race. J1 Works Supply Co. i
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Steamships.Federica Macon 3; Augusta 2. 11-r ? and
Columbia 3; Charleston 1.
It Aust ss, Zar 2261 New ,Escambia county's second primary Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, :

: Orleans, to Gulf Transit Company. National League-Results. county Democratic Executive occurs next Tuesday June 12, and, although .r '.G'S..MI"'L" AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
.... Barendrecht, Dutch ss 2092 Hock Chicago 3; Cincinnati 0. '. Committee helS a meeting the) there are only three placeson REPAIRS, A SJJECIAUTY. Prompt att turn given to all orders, .
i at the Pensacola Dying Cleaning stra, Rio Janiero. 1?; Brooklyn 5; St. Louis 0. .. > court house last night with Chairman' the ticket to be filled and only five : day.or unlit,..vAgents-fpr Baffles )IcKayG. Co.'s celebrated Leg and :
'ss''Storehouse. 2297,
Exmoor Br TimberDeg.,- a1o'cJ1.a.LnsQr: al) d Oflce
Chicago 11; New York 3. candidates contesting in the primary, scriptk>D' phone 123./Resio t
and Pressing Club, Panama liadiera to Hyer Bros. Pittsburg 8; Boston 0. Reilly presiding and Secretary A. H.l a good vote is nevertheless expected.The dence phone 102?.,, P. 0. Box 1?3. 'PHIL WITTMAW, Mgr. t
Goodwool: Brit ss, 1977, Brag, Rio D'Alemberte and more' than a Quo eeeooeooe oeotooeooesa oo.aoeeeo.soeemo eooa mooeFINee .. I
cleaned and blocked following is an unofficial or ,
hats De Janlero. S. Keyser Co. ,
Guliue, Br ss, Harrison, Charlestonto : American LeagueResults.Detroit rum. presentAs sample ballot containing the names of ... .OeNeNeee/eeeo3e9. !
NH aN0loe0JO04N0/111,
2; Washington 1. is well know the session was the candidates who will: be voted upon
J. A.
t r John L.Merritt.Inglis Am. tug, 98, Sheldon, Chicago 4; 'Philadelphia 2. held for the purpose of naming : Tuesday:' 13 I :
St Louis 5; New York 0. for the second ril.1 The Unofficial Ballot!
New Orleans, to J. A. Merritt. cials primary
Cleveland 3; Boston 1. Democratic Election held, Better for the j
Louise Ger 83 1480 Bohndorf, Antwerp which will take place ,Tuesday ,! Primary, I Eyes
f Reese & Mendel to J. Schreyer. 12, 1806. The same rules and regulations June 12, 1906. Make a cross (X)
Peturnia, Brit ss, 1093, Frankland, The baseball loving public are governing the first primary will mark before the name of the candidate 0
r Charleston, to Julius Shrier. promised an interesting exhibition* at prevail in the second I :.of your choice. Tlsg use of gas lights are better for the eyes than In0 ':
11 N. PALAFOX Palmetto Beach. The crack team: of 1ll.
Senator, Brit ss, 304, Pyle, New Orleans will with'a The officials to 'be nominated are .., other illuminant because it Is nearer like dayligat than t
Barrancas play picked
r to A. Brown. team from Pensacola. (Barrancas' is two candidate candidates for for county the legislature commissionerfrom anda For County Representatives.Vote .... ,any Bother<< -ibrllliant,. yet mellow, and soft.i t

a strong crew and the locals Vtli precinct 4. ( for two) .
a Ships. have to battle to down the' soldiers. .For the. legislature there-t are three i It is Better for the Purse i

L WHAT'S THE A big 'crowd is'_ romised to encoui- contestants, Charles M. Coston, who :M.: O. BAGGETT. ,' .
Canara, ItL ship 1495 Repetts. Genoa ag3 the great national. game here. lacked but nine votes of having a majority OKAS. Ml' OOSTON.'M. < .
to Master. The Line. Up. over five opponents in the .initial JACOBY. iBecause It costs less than any other lighting agent to V o
r USE Harvest Queen, Brit ship Forsyth, Barrancas+Wedgick, pitcher; Res- primary M. O.gett and Mitch had In Pensacola. It is certainly as convenient as, anI :
,y Rio Janiero: to order. tan, catcher; Itetrner', first base; Jacoby. H. C. Clopton and John A.' For County Commissioner Dist. No. 4. : known method because it may be lighted by simply'press;- .
"I' NorJstjernnen Nor, ship 1,635. Ward second base;. Bigter or Car- Wiggins are the aspirants for theoommissionership (Vote'for one) c In'g the button. i
I. complaining of the warm weather, itt Iraksea, IA Guayra to W. S. Keyser ness, short stop;; ''Baxter, third base; I .' in the precinct i -

you stop in my place and take a look & Co. Mundel l, right field; Dieszysiski' cen- named. I H. C.. A.CLOPTON.JNO. WIGGINS.The Pensacola Gas Company sa i
Barks ter field; King, left field.Pentamla1Sw4tzer The executive committee will convene -
t at my summer offerings r you can't help Antigua 'Nor bk 1348, Ferguson, pitcher,; Lur- Frioayrjune! 15 to.. tabulate the I
; feeling cooler. N New Orleans .to A. Zelius. II ton, catcher; Oliver first base; Reil- returns and officially announcee 'the' f Phone' 148., 24 and 27'E. Garden Street. o

De-gregorl' Gio Botto, Ital bk, 1294 ley, second1 base; Ortwine. .short result -. .. Candidates.The eN1eeN//eeee.e/eeeedo.o111ooeeee00oe01ee04eee4o10N
: =I candidates: in the field are all
Genoa, to Rossasco Bros. stop; Roach or Mansely third base; .
Summer Shirts Inspectors, and Clerks. pretty well, known. Coston and Bag
King Malcolm It bk Gufi, 1233 Gel Biount; right field; Brent centerfield <0i
oa to Huges & Co. gett led in the race for the legislaturein
; Bell, left field. Inspectors and Clerks appointed by
Luisa, ItaL bk. 1591 Montano, from the Democratic Executive commllee the first primary, Coston lacking
Collars attached all sizes from 50c
; Nolloth to master. i of Bscambia County, Fla, to serve in, only 9 votes of having a majority
to $1.75. Full line Nainsook, Gauze,I Lake Erie, ItL bk., 928" Bflgan Bas. If your stomach troubles you do not the Primary Election .to'be held June:over all of the other candidates. Clop-

Balbriggan and Lisle Underwear, .from, som to :Master. ,: i conclude that there is: no cure, for a 12th, 1906. are as follows: I'I t I ton, for county commissioner, also p.
50c to $5.00 per suit, as thin as tissue Monrovia, Nor ok,",1449. Aase Ham- great many have been permanently Precinct 'No. 1.-J. W, Cherry. Will led in his race, lacking only a few .. -
paper and wear like: iron. burg to order. cured by Chamberlain's. Stomach and Rich, John Henderson; Inspectors; votes'of having a clean majority over baa
Port Sonoclan Uruguay bk, 1112, Liver Tablets. Try then., the.are Victor Goldbach, Clerk. his two opponents. tqbllidtsee a"Cadcsse of nerreaackot
Everything else to match in price Ferres, Mentevideo to German American certain to 'prove beneficial. They Precinct No. 2.-Floyd Athey, H. C. L f &.ttis not I1eOe56ar1li sleep sumo welta dire morbid female ylg
f. and texture. Lfbr. Co. only cost a quarter. Sold. by all Miller J. F. Helton Inspectors; J. A.. WILL HOL.D MEMORIAL '
Yours Paalo Angelo Ital bk 1136, Bezzo. White, Clerk. EXERCISES NEXT SUNDAY,! Ifs the Liver.:
Precursore, Ital bk, Schiafflno, 1508. Precinct No. 3E. G. Brewton, W.
Genoa to Rosasco Bros., druggists.BOSSO'S W. Fell, W. W. Kirksey, Inspectors; Live Oak and Hickory Camps;, Dart aU to get today at your dtvgg a bottle
JOS..COLEMAt Spero Non: bk, 623, Bostig, Las George A. Aiorrill Clerk. Wbodmen of the World, will hold memorial -' f
Palmas. \ Precinct No. 4.-J.: H. Raines, E. exercises at St John's cemetery -
Sterling, Nor bk, Ellepsen Labta Padgett, J. P. Landgreen, Inspectors; :Sunday afternoon, June 10th. The BERDINE ,
Bay to order. '. Ice Cream C. P. Gonzalez, Clerk. unveiling of the Morasso monument .
2 t2 S. ,Palafot St. '. Schooners. Factorycan IFTecinct! No. -A H' Bailey, Wcr. will be.'a feature of the afternoon's and dt 2kk11 ativo end wrely res.ore th Liver.F.fdnen
l' organs to thetr
_. Donna Christina Am. sen, McLeod White, J. J. Shelby Inspectors; Louis program. The parade will form at the feel JaG a naw poatan titer norm.a.l tan-: Yon'I
H 165 Belize. furnish you cream In Frater, Clerk. ; i K. of P, hall, promptly at 2:30 o'clock: I 50'Ccats,, AU.1Jl1t7CCISTbottlo
any quantity. Satisfaction Precinct No. 6.-S. R. Tate, T. J".! All sovereigns are requested to coin

The Very Bst Remedy for- Bowel guaranteed. Davidson R. M, Fleming Inspectors; and ,bring flowers. Visiting sovereign I ,,
Trouble. PHONE 1326. O E. Jennings Clerk. are cordially invited to. participate "ir ALL !.,;LERS.
SAM BOSSO. Prop. Precinct No. 7.-W. N. Williams, B. the exercises.
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Ohara8ter )Lr. M. -F. Borrough1, 'an old and H.! Hastings, Thos. Rutherford, Inspectors --
well-known resident of Bluffton, Ind., ,
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Clerk.
Tucker
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says: "I regard ChamberlaIn's Colic, Precinct No. 8.-Henry Chalker, A. MEETING OF THE

I Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy as the C. Fillingim/'A. H. Odom, Inspectors; thbfc. of snow capped mountains and cool, pure, bubbling

Individuality I, very make best this remedy statement for bowel after trouble.having I COFFEEVe George Precinct Gibson No. 9.--J.Clerk. T.t Fillingim, H. BOARD Of WORK! you brooks' :with" the just of Bohemian Hops added, when you

used several the years.remedy I am in my never family without for -. H. Gray, J. B. Huggins Inspectors; drink A.:BC.:; BOHEMIAN BOTTLED BEER.
P M. Pritchett;, Clerk. -
I it." This remedy is almost sure to are the Pioneer Precinct No. 10.-Rube.Henderson. (Continued from First Page)
i. Correctness be needed before the summer is over, Coffee Roasters 'of 'W. T. Godwin. Ben. F. 'Bryars, Inspectors THE,PU-RITY' OF'A.. B, C. IS THE A. B. C. OF PURITY.1NM .
Fark -and' ascertain the ant .
Why not biyit now and be preparedfor ; Surges Bryars, Clerk. graves II
such an emergency! For sale by West Florida.UUGti'SBLiD. Precinct No. 11.-B. M. Bryars, identity of persons buried in tht
all druggist's.FRATERNAL. Richard Ddalngs. J. W. O'Farrell. .In park? Also ,to submit his report U I .
"and' that: the thereupon WE CALL IT
the
These three qualities are srectors, ; B. H. Bryars, Clerk. mayor mayor\
characteristic of our very SOCIETY Precinct No. 12.-R.' P. Reese, H, ordet the bodies removed..
hobby and well-tailored ESTABLISHED, 'AGENCY HERE K. Davis, .J. G. Yniestra Inspectors; Accounts for the past month werE EE6', EERS
read, audited and orderpaid -!j
approve;
A. N. Knowles, Clerk. A. .B c.BOHEMIAN
with the exception of the bill:
One ,of the best fraternal societiesIn vt Precinct No. 13.-0. E. White, W.I iof ,,the'Escambla County Electri ; .
the country, The Modern Workmenof B. Strickland, J. C. PorterInspec y'
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Summer the World has recently establishedan have no equal Atria! tors; J. G. Oliver, Clerk f[Light Company and W. R. Taylor.
Street Pavements.
agency in our city This society will convince the connoisseur Precinct No. 14. F. E. Brawner, Street improvements and paving g
furnishes first class protection in case Jcs. Brown, D. B. Reed, Inspectors;
of sickness, accident or death at rea- that we Abe Daniels. Clerk. especially were. discussed in an in
stated thai
Bliss
Suits sonable rate:" Old Age Benefits, Paid make Precinct .No. 15.-T. S. Caro".;,])',, E. fprmalway.*} Mayor avail-
-there is hand
extravagant J50.0QO
no now on
Up Certificates, and Cash Withdrawals Commyns, F. M Whiting Inspectors; ,
abe! for He .
are also special: features of this claims. Joe V; Reira, Clerk that paving ordinance purposes. be framed sug Because we go to Bohemia every
'gested
society. A boil assembly is to be Precinct No. 16.-B. P. Williams, ::. an and obtain of
For men. They represent B Faircfoth James Hubblrd Inspec- for the paving of Tarrangona strec t!: year our supply .
the best in clothes organized in Pensacola as soon as pos from one end to the other. No ac Hops from"the
tors H. H. Bachar, Clerk. jbest'hop produc-
sible. For further information call on Wholesale and RetsUGROCER'S! ; tion was taken.
had abso.luteJy
that be
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the organizer Henry R. Wentworth: .Precinct No. 17. W4 H. Kilbes H. adjournei ing district, of' that 'little country
honest in ds- Thebcar4then:
every .
A.. Inspectors
Sidney
323 W. Zarragossa street, of this city. Suggs Clopton ;
'ta'l. You'll) be a happy J. L: Hoyt, .Clerk. ;;;:" which grows the finest quality

onan if we put a summer TOO UATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.' ; Precinct No. 18.-:Ji.: 1:Williams, W. : of hops in. all'' the' world. We.
Suit on you. Also Hat, J.. 'Brewton:/1I.- T. 'Ewjerkin; Inspec .
Shoes and Shirt. Suits LOST-One lady's gold watch with and all ,kinds 'o&Feed tors; R. J. Bowman:Clerk. TIMELY DOSEof go to. Canada for the bestBarleyy

$6.00 to $:a0.? Hats up to fob. Monogram n fob L. R. W. Re I ,i Precinct" No. '19.-W. B. Miller; F. grown in all the world. w'
3.50; ShoeR up to $4.00. | turn to Rosenau &" Geralds grocery Stuffs. 1/ %i M, Wood, 'J.- P.\Dawson, Inspectors; Hosteller's ,Stomach Bitters ma y' .
Shirts 50, 75 cents and, $1 I store and receive: reward. 7june A. J. Fillingim'Clerk.' save! you a long sick spe 1. As soot We 'use:, only, the best- material .
Precinct: No.- 20.-G. W. McCurdy, as you notice the ton'gue coated( 'appetite in brewing..
t Mal..Martin Jr., W. M. !leCurd). Jr.. poor, bad'taste in the mouth ansleep t
LAWN MUSICALS. :Pluto Water Inspectors; Mark McCurdy, Clerk. restless,; commence taking tin

\Anyone can have them now. Get a Predict. No. '21. Preston Pierce Bitters. Neglect! is often ,the causi: A.. _B.. C. BEERS eAoieflCanBlegiogC
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M. E. In- ::
VICTOR GRAPHOPHONE of ED, Henderson R. Bradley. for many attacks of Biliousness ant ST. LOUIS.
spectors;C. R. Vaughn, Clerk ,
SON PHONOGRAPH You can then Wholesale and Retail. Stomach, Troubles.
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H. 0. ANSON Precinct No'22.Clyde= McDavid, J
give a' musical! entertainment render;
Ing pieces from the great mastersorany W. F; :W.'Brow H; ,Mayo B. C., Clerk.Jernigan Inspectors .Hosteller's I. THE only Beer bottled ,EXCLUSIVLY at the Brewery in

of the new and popular airs. New Orleans Co Precinct No. 23.-H. B\ Barrow W. Stomach Bitters St._Louis. Therefore the only Beer whose PURITY can Fet
i CASH CLOTHIER,
II than a graphophone or H_ c: Killam Clerk ".. has' provhiits, merit' thousands ptimesrih absolutely( GUARANTEED.

: Corner Palafoi and Maio phonograph. Daily concerts In our' FRANK,'RETLLYi 'cases-of Indigestion Dyspep: H.GOlDniHu Dislribuler PZHSSGQLI7'
store free Jas. McHugh '* .Costiveness
Chairman of Dem.:Ex. Com. sia, Biliousness, Heart ,
CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE, 't A. H. I\LEMBERTE., burn, ,Bloating or Malaria. Be sun:!
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