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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 8, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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VOL. IX NO.' 137., ,PENSACOLA." ,,. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MORNING, JUNE 81906.' PRICE CENTS, a.2 '

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PACKING .. ORDERED OUT 'STREET RAILWAY PEOPLE U O ; 'j')

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REPORT PREVENT LYfcCHINQ: TO DISCUSS IMPROVEMENTSi.'H '.

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Continued by House Committee GERMAN SETTLEMENT IS Brooksville. Compaijy Ordered ot I *fc NAVAL COURT HH WILL fl Representatives of Owners of Pen-" tn

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on Agriculture During DESTROYED. BY TORNADO Inverness by Governor Brow- C [ TRY -ROJESTVEN8KY.fe ,. sacola System Will! Meet ,H ::

I I ard Yesterday 5,4, By Associated Press. : Here Today.BARRANCAS S f'tJ
ThUrsday.WILSON'S .
\ S & St. Petersburg, June 7.r .- .
EIGHTY PERSONS !NJURED IN TOWN OFGOESSEL, KANSAS-THREE ? The naval court of inquiry '" ______ ___ J) .! :,;

MORE CEATHS'FROM WISCONSIN i & has presented an indictmnt, ;7

DEFENSE TO-RN'ADO-GREAT FLOOD Negro Slayer of f. 'Robert Russell Will Be Heard by Y' the Supreme against VIce-Aatniral Rojegt- il- LINE fJ <

!PENNSYLVANIA.. ( & vensky who commanded tne, ,\ 1 ;,"
Be Tatenfrom Jail. Court in Tallahassee Russian fleet at the battle of: tr, :'
I Ir May & the Sea of' Japan and alsQ S "
By Associated Press 1 r r night's tornado over Minnesota and I i against the officers of the tor- \ !

Of the Packers Complimented by Hillsboro. Kans., June,7.-A tornado. Western Wisconsin.' The damage by\ r' July 12. & pedo boat destroyer which. ;(. Wiil'Be( Fully Electrified as Soon

struck Goessel, a German Mennonite,, the storm to bridges farm houses INDIGNATION AT COLO BLOOD. & was sunk by a Japanese t ,tor ;

of Connecticut. settlment fifteen mi'es: south of here and crops is estimated at two hundred -' i pedo boat. T 1 -trial has been as Possible. f':

Henry, today. The town 'was practically destroyed thousand dollars.PENNSYLVANIA EB-fcRJME SO. EAT THAT LAKE! CITY CITIZEN OPPOSED TO : fixed for July 4. The pejialty
and eighty'p rsons were injnr.I & is death.Captain I : :
ed, several fatally.. The tornado laid HAS THE SHERIFF CARTER-FEARS FOS4 'REMOVAL OF FIXTURES AND ,i- I
DENIED ASSERTIONS waste a '! IN YEARS $ .. "$ .. CARS MAY BE RUNNING TO THE )
strip
NEILL FLATLY two hundred yards wide. WORST FLOOD SAFETY OF MURPERER-LEEt <<< PARAPHERNALIA&EC \:: S'
Several stores I.I .
and twelve residences i '
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OF REPRESENTATIVE OF were demolished and ,every; residence. 'Butler Penn., June 7. Heavy' rains BURG COMPANY F. S. T. HELD' p TEMPORARY INJUCTION BE -' ., '
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in. town damaged. last night have resulted in the greatest TIONAL POWER WILL BE IN. : ;
CHICAGO PACKERS PRESIDENT floods in this section for half a "'IN READINESS. j LIEVED"THAT; INJUNCTION S 4:' -i
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ATTACKED REGARDING THREE MORE DEATHS century work has been abandoned in| STALLED AT ELECTRIC PLANT $ '

CHARGED 'TO 'TORNADO many factories and thousands' of,, 1 : WILL BE DISSOLVED BY HIGHER -COMPANY OUT FOR BUSI- I .

EXPENSES RAILROAD RATE -' dollars worth of lumber has .been By Associate Press. COURT.A .I S i: i,
La Crosse Wis., June 7.Threemore washed away. Crops are greatly ,I NESS. 1 '
June'7. J
SENT BACK TO CONFER, Tallahassee, .-Governor :
BILL deaths' are Teported from last I damaged. ,
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i, Broward this afternoon or 'ered the CONSPiRACYCHARGE C _:
ENCE. great deal of interest, especially -
I Brooksville company. of the state in educational circles here and elsewhere A conference of officials, repre- l ) : ', ':

Another Graft Discovered militia to go directly' o Inverness on is being taken in the outcome senting Stone & Webster, of Boston, lit..

of the injunction' case of a citizen of of the Pensacola ,Electric { ; '
By Associated Press to ent the owners S'
'a special train pre lynching ..-'
Washington June 7. The Committee in Service of PennsylvaniaBy fJim whist ''Lake City named .Moodie against the C [ Terminal Company will be held In j'A'; ..
Davis
of a negro nam- Board of Control of, the State Univer will / <
Agriculture"con tinned its hear: i lI this city today. The conference f '
on I : and killed Robert Russell a sity. :Mr. Moodie is opposed to the re .
the Neill-Reynolds inspector. .. be to decide upon what improvements :
ing on moval of the university from Lake pi
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report of packing house condition i I .Assocl ted Press. five thousand dollars worth of.stock I well known white malt, l last Tuesday; City to Gainesville and naturally the are to be made and to discuss the :. ,
coal He admitted ,
Philadelphia, June- Testifying in different companies. :
in Chicago ,to-day Thomas E. Wi'son I before the Interstate Commerce Commission receiving .cash gifts froTi and a negro boy who was driving his 'paraphernalia belonging to the insti Vaughan Commander of plans for the carrying ,on of the necessary j"::; ; 1
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of Nelson Morris & Co., continuinghis I to-day Joseph .K, Aiken, coal operators along the line of the tution. He has .secured: a temporary work. j; '

remarks on the Beveridge amendment -I former clerk ia,,Jhe office of the superintendent Pennsylvania road. team. S injunction restraining the removal of British Ship John .Bright "Besides General Manager' J. W. : ::1 '
I Russell attempting to collect fixtures etc. from Lake. City to Gaines ..
to was
of. the Monongahela division ,Boyer, who testified yesterday Leadley and F. I. Bieler one of the ; ;
providing formeat, inspection. : of the Pennsylvania railroad having received large sums of money I I ville. S is Exonerated. ..
'debt from Davis who-with ao other I' k:;
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S who is here
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Representative Henry of Connect! said that on a salary 'of from thirtyto from the coal companies, was dismissed -I The hearing of tfie- matter on its rectors the company

cut complimented Mr. Wilson on the< one hundred .and twenty-six '11- from; the service to-day on provocation, killed Russell and the merits, when the Injunction will be getting the office force in working '

showing he had made, saying: "Don"' lars a month, he purchased seventy.ChangcTh orders of President Cassatt. i dissolved or made permanent is set order, the conference will be attended .; :
I negro boy.1jris for July 12 before the supreme court. JUDGE CARTER WILL TAKE UP .
th'nk! the ,Chica'go packers made a I Little fer! is expressed at the out by Charles Wallace, sponsor for .'
this afternoon '
was captured MOTIONS 'DURING' THE PRESENT ,
mistake in selecting the representative come by those' who favor the removalof the Pensacola property of the corpor i;

they did to t plausibly present a Management of the add indignation at the'crime h si 0 the university from Lake City to MONTH-CASES ERNEST ation, J. F Vaughan, consulting engineer j .'

somewhat dubious case." V geat. that Sheriff Carter? feared attempts Gainesville. They state that the and C. D. Wyman who Is finan- J' k

:Mr. N.el11was: then put on the slant F Mercer University at Macon I would! be ..raade to-night to "is Buckman predicated bill has on been which upheld the removal by the ROACH AND JACK BONIFAY cially interested and a member of the \, :,O. ;i
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and questioned closely about the< ; .r take him, from jail.:../. The Leesbui highest court in the state and believe CHARGED WJTH ASSAULT advisory board of Stone & Webster. t {'

statements made in the report. Hi that the temporary injunction grant. CONTINUED. The meeting here to-day ,undoubtedly t ;: 'it
denied positively several statement: By Associated Press I Smith and the trustees as to company, was also .ordered, : to hold ed to Mr. Moodie will be dissolvedat means much to the street car : t"' ,)

Macon, Ga., June 7.-President methods of management is reportedas itself' ready to ga, to Inverness i if the hearing next month. of Pensacola, as well as electric ", *i 1I j 5
made by Wilson.PRESIDENTATTACKED University the of his system
Charles! Lea Smith. Mercer. : cause departure.. : :
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,,and Vice President,Kilpatrlck ,ProL KUpatricfc held certain theo- wanted. Captain A. S. Vaughan of the British -I light matters. The company jjT-f.J

", "" have. resigned ..and,. he "resignations logical views :which are reported to TELIPUONISLINE: steamship John Bright. was tried owns the electric light plant in con i i d ',::

:REGARDING EXPENSE$; I hare been accepted.: Dr.S. Y.. James be somewhat at variance with these on) a charge of conspiracy.. Before! nectfon. with the street railway. ] r.t S t
"' ot Atlanta', hasbeen elected'pre..i.- commonly accepted which :are declared INVESTIGATIONIS I 5 Vast Improvements. fl| "
dent and has accepted the' position.A to be, the.duse of- his :ieslg- .AT sr. ANDREWS .United[ ,States Commissioner Marsh I
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Washington, Jane 7.>-An attaei: That vast Improvements are cone j 4.,
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disafreament between'SUCCESS President! : nation. yesterday discharged.
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upon and spirited defense of- the president "f >v SENSATIONAL'FORMER Captain Vaughan was charged \Vith] templated ,by the new owners Is ale ; :

were features of a busy day ir. ., Special to. The; Journal. ; -". conspiracy! with T; :1'Li ready an established fact It is stat l' ; ; : '

the house Mr. Brundidge, of Arkansas : : St.boasts Andrews' of.,anatheir Juno'7.rOur tfl.pthone l town Ene renzq, k epgr of a sailor boardingbouse ed! that the. first thing that will be .
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taking the items for refurnishingthe [ OF F T THE[ G A 9E nC1U[ [ 13 MEMBERS' OF 'SOUTH now which has just, b
White House, care of the ground : CAROLINA 'DISPENSARY BOARDS Marianna company. pay advance wages to three sea at' th'e electric light plant by the installation *> ,,-' :"
and of machinery. ; ;
Presbyterian the
The Methodist Baptist proper
and traveling expenses of the presi men. It was alleged that $216, had "
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WILL ?BE PROSECUTED. Sunday schools enjoy& a delightful I This done, the question of extending i, S .:
dent as a text. Thursday: at Panama been, secured In this manner. Captain <.
day on be taken i',
lines will in all likelihood
1 Mr Brundidge contrasted the expensea REVOLUTION[ AGAiNSTTONEHS T -- City which is naturally. very beautiful Vaughan stated that the money :
That Pensacola is ripe for several :
of the last Cleveland aiminis S By Associated! Press place and .railroad natura and is enhanced all -.advanced was from ship funds, and lip.additional street car lines. is undoubtedly ; '"

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tration and the McKinley administration Columbia S. C., June 7.-As a rE5uft -I that by to capital make avery nice was not to be taken from the pay ofl I well known to the repre f ; 4" ."
goes up
with the adminstration of Pre .5 i seamen at the end of the voyage. sentatives of Stone & Webster, they S, [
of disclosures before the dispensary place, this will tie.ene of the towns -
ident Roosevelt. Mr. Grosvenor, ol of interest St Andrews; bay. being experienced street car men. :. S J
r-rmCT[ [ [ investigating committee Cover on Will Hear Motions. Fort Barrancas Line. ;,1"1 : fIt
death
A sad and unexpected':
Ohio, championed the appropriation nor Heyward today authorized the attorney -, was that very of Mrs. Suggs who died at Clerk A. M. McMillan of the circuit, ; is almost a settled fact that the r 1 '! ,.
in the of American people. Barrancas will be ee> : ;
name the Fort "
general to prosecute H. H line to ;
I her home on Washington avenue court.Is in receipt of a letter from

The naval appropriation bill was.I 'Evans, L. W. Boykin and J. B. Towell], Tuesday after a few hours of suffering I Judge Carter of this Judicial district, trifled At present to the the fort fort as soon is reached as possible.by t j,!i r :'.:, .

sent to a conference and after completing No Similar: Movement t., Ever Attempted Preliminary Battle for Seized Vessel former ,members of the dispensary death, although she had for been a week.afflicted prior to with her which will undoubtedly prove of great dummy line, the electric car going f. S 3'
of the sundry "
twenty-five pages: ;
board for malfeasance in office. interest to attorneys. Inthe .letter only as far as Big 'Ba>ou It is understood ;.
of the heart at intervals,
civil bill th$ house adjourns d U'ndet-S'! h :f otah1e Silas P. Stearns Won The Investigation has become hIgh and neuralgia of that she aled.: She is survived Judge Carter imparts the information that work on the extension !.
of the line will ba commenced u aa
,ly ,sensational. There is evidence thai by a husband anda young family -' that he will be in Pensacola June 27, It. I
RAILROAD RATE BLL! early date, and no surprise need be j ::
BACK TO CONFERENCEWashin'gton. Circumstances; by Mexico. I large,sums of money has been used bj; of three sons and one daughterMr. I i iI and will hear arguments and motions' occasioned if electric cars are run- ; t
McReynolds of Quincy, ilL, is '
: manufacturers agents to get. the state in the tall j
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; Fort Barrancas
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in all coses set for that day. Those nlng Ij S
,- business. in town for a shortvisit.. I.S I.' ,'
Evans is showi f-
dispensary I months. I
June 7.-After a day: r Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Driimmond" ex not heard on the.27th will be taken
devoted almost exclusively to discussion By Associated Press OWNERS OF THE SMACK HAVE ,by the testimony to have received leave 'Thursday for a month After Business.. | *it.:!
to
pect up' the next! day. I When the deal for th* purchase of i i
of the conference report on the 'iMexico, June 7. News from Guate money from dealers. 01 six week's stay:jft Atlanta. '
APPEALED THE CASE TO A Filed. the street car line aud- electric light 1 for !
Suit
railroad\ rate", bill the senate decided mala shows gre t'actiVity: by the rev Miss Jewel Booth,. of Gay, was a plant! had been duly coxisumma'e 1. .'r tv !
at six this evening, to send,the measure olutionists. General i Toledo. 'who i is'I ''HIGHER'-COURT-:-VESSEL; WAS guest of Mrs.: L. Ware and Mrs. The, following suit was filed in the the officials ,- representing the purchasers ; ; t" i

on the'tack bill to covered the conference.various questionsand Debate: operating in the south has- fully" five,, SEIZED BY MEXICO FOR ,ALLEGED FAST PASSENGER Drummond Mrs. Kinney last, week.her son Frank and office of the circuit clerk yesterday-: Btatsd1; that the property was i f--: .i
I James Welch for investment and thatr\ f "
tlinnie1elch vs. bought an
while there'were differences at! thousand men and aid'is constantly Mr. and ,Mrs. Spicer/of Cromanton, ( "f ,:' .
I VIOLATION OF LAWS. TRAIN WRECKED every effort would be made to improve J
opinion dominant thought favored sustaining pouring in. S I were on our streets yesterday.Mrs. divorce. Complainant alleges that the systems. That the new 1(. r' :

al the senate provisions. The The revolutionists, expect that Gen Mabel Hand and little son the respondent treated her in a cruel owners intend to keep their worl is ; ;
bill providing for the control of the who have-been ,visiting in
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Delburt ; numerous occasions anj the conference which :
manner en evidenced by : -
follow his i early
eral Toledo will up The fishing smack seizure some I
Caters of Niagara river was passed. THE PENNSYLVANIA LIMITEC Daytona':jeturned_ home on Friday. asks that the bonds of marriage takes place to-day. Not only are improvements t :
advantages and make good headway weeks ago by the Mexican government The buoy tender: \Laurel" was in!I she contemplated in the t.. :

toward Guatemaii. city. before Mon I is far from settlemept. It is! CRASHES INTO ANOTHER our bay on Wedn sdlc.ioking after' between them be severed. street car line but in the light sys't :

SUDDEN DEATH *!, S t the buoys.NEWS. ; Municipal Court. The company, when the I. = '
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day. true that, Captain Malfitano and the TRAIN ON SID'JNG! AT LAN. ,f
: The forces in the.north are prepar members of the crew of the Silas P. S The only cases of importance HI proper power has been installed at ; r :
OF C. THOMAS [ CASTER. the electric plan| proposes to install : I { ,
.' ing for 'an attack and.:it is .reported' Stearns have arrived safe and sound NOTES the municipal court yesterday were a system of electric fans that: will r ":' "

again that Americans! with, military in Pensacola, but the smack is still those of Ernest Roach and Jack Bon- be modern in every respect. An ef- {| ,:. -

Lockhart Ala., (Camp No. 1) June experience, are in charge of -the_ rev. in the custody of. the :Mexican offi. S By Associated Press S OP BONIFAY ray charged w.tir: assault They crt will! be made to place more | (I, "
".-We wera,shocked to learn of the forces. ; charged with being the lights! and an attempt will be made. ; r ;
olutionary cials. arrested,
Lancaster, Penn., June 7.-The first were ...
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sudden death of Mr. H: C. Thomas ; --- to educate the citizens to usj electricity r-ii .
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'Success of the revolution is predct.ed : of "the'War.. who threw a brick bat Into a
WJlliam Hays, parties '
Captain ::5
,ho passed away last Sunday even : section of the Pennsylvania limited, for all purposes for which it ; ;
ing at five o'clock. The deceasedas as no similar movement in:Central ren Fish Company, owners .of the westbound, was wrecked this after-, Special to The;journal. wagon filled with :young ladies and can be used. t

a highly respected citizen and a America ever started under ;circumstances seized smack in discussing the affaii t noon. The train was running forty Bonifay, June 7'-Jh* examination gentlemen: returning from a hay ride,, The result of the conference and 3., J'the

t tJtlij:)ed employee of the company. I so favorable-as. .regards armament stated that so" far he is una'bre'to state I when for teachers is now going on hTe, painfully injuring! Miss Annie 'White. decision made will be waite: ; for f i' :
He leases a wife and several dill' men and J money.- what the Mexican government in miles an hour it took numbei and several %rs here taking. the examination. The cases were continued. The accused with interest by the citizens of Pen. i.. .

ton! who have our sympathy.Mr. tends doing. Captain Hays states four track, oil which was standing a! S on $50:; bond Each. i sacola, who believe that the new t'J3J
out '
are rt.
Jno. Lemaistre, manager ol that his company is making a legaj wrecking train. No passengers were, owners of the street car and light 'i "
the turpentine works of the Jackson 'fight to regain .possess'on: of the boat Injured: but several of the limited train Hon. Daniel Gulls came over from There were nine convictions! in the systems; intend to give the city bet 1 It"ter

Lumber Company had' a very narrow SUMMARY'OFTHEWEATHER The case has, been tried in the low Westville Wedn6E ay. court during the session.DESERTERS service In every way as soon 39: L <-'
crew were more or less hurt, none seri J i'f *
escape one evening last week.' His er court and was decided aJgainst the Dr. R. A. Thomson from Caryville: possible

revolver was eccidently dlsteharged owners of the vessel. ,An appeal has uslr.I ",.-as in town to-day on a professionalvisit. ARE
end h.e was shot through the baud S t been taken to a higher court and .the I CABINET HI
SPANISH
and cheek. He Is improving fast I outcome: will be watched with great
;w. I rs met
countcommission
and will be out in a few days. .' -- I TUCKER WILL BEELECTROCUTED The
interest ,* AMNESTYBy
CapL Galllgher! left Saturday lasi The maximum temperature yester- Monday and Tuesday, and transacted GRANTED hAS RESIGNED J; ;
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for lenomie, .Mich.. and MarInette,, day has 84 degrees..at 2:35: p. I 1..r business. "' .5 ,- S i iBy
.is.ona degrees at 6 TO Dr McLeod left here'this rtI0niDfrom' .
AID
Pleasure trip." He-was' acCOmpanied and the minimum, Jt SIn FEDERAL extended visit ,to his sick \ 1. '.
by Mrs. Galligher. a .m. an Associated Press. Associated Press.
M. A. Gordon our popular engineer his summary; of. tlf weather sister who is now betters Madrid. June 7.-Premier Morel j | _,
DRAIN EVERGLADESCONGRESSMAN L. Green is in town to-day. Jun 7.the Official Ga- ,
Reed said Hon. D :Madrid
laid a flying visit to Pensacola, last yesterday Observer GOVERNOR OF MASSACHUSETTS today presented to King Alphonso '
Sunday. '"The low pressure .area Is central We are glad to read in The Journal sette to-day published a degree granting the resignations of the entire cabinet I t t
Claude Bravander visited Lockharlnd this morning over North Dakota and REFUSES. TO INTERFERETO of Judge Beggs making the sentence, amnesty. to all army and navy j I,

Florala Saturday last. has increased .in energY l ts'spread CLARK INTRODUCES as heavy "as he carriers does against but think concealed deserters residing in America. STATE WARRANTS AGAINST l'l"' '
MURDERER
Mr. W. S. Harlean, manager of the ing eastward with showers. The SAVE OF weapon ROACH ,AND BONIFAY OUT
law should ba Changed so OF A. E. BURCH i i '
Jackson area has. remained sta. TO that the REMAINS
Lumber the high pressure BILL DIVERT
Company paid MABEL PAGE. ,not less than .
camp a vry pleasant visit yesterday. tionary over' the ,South Atlantic and as to make .the penalty INTERREDVESTEDA? A state warrant was sworn Out t 0, I Jj. ;
T. H. Smith visited Hacoda Satur east Gulf states. 'The high! area over I FUNDS TO THIS PUR.: twelve months In the'state prison atj against Ernest Roach: and Jack Boni- : ft'fay
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day last. the North Pacific coast Is drifting, ROSE. hard labor and no the.fine hustling about it. ; All that was mortal of the late Ail -' whom It is charged threw a t ,

E. J. Fay;' Geo. Robinson W. slowly southeastward.: Showers have / .;' By Associated Press Ai Hogeboom.Pensacola. Journal was agent in Burch was laid to rest yesterday trick into a wagon, seriously injuring J'Jib 1 ;'

Thompson and Daddy Hall visited occurred In 'Iowa Nebraska, Missouri Boston June 7.charles L. Tucker for Th4 in the interest of that morning at 10 o'clock in St. John's Miss Annie White. Th\ warrant !} i :
friends In Lockhart Saturday and an east to the ,Atlantic,,coast. Scat-! town Tuesday cemetery. The funeral cortege was was sworn out late yesteraay .,;
ounday tare"occurred' during By Associated Press w'ill be electrocuted next'week for paper. S of the .i ,
the father
tered showers the! followed to the grave by a number of afternoon by young "
Tv.o ,colore4 railroad boys had a the last 24 hours over, the South.- ,Atlantic ;Washington, June 7.-Representa-- the murder of Mabsl Page at Weston Work is going of: on W. H.nicely Brett on Jr. friends who had known the deceas lady. S t.

f ghtt noon yesterday. The dis and east Gulf'states., '''General tive Frank dark of Florida, to-day two years ago Governor Curtis GuiU dwelling house fron Ponce de Leon ed In his life time. The members of The trial of the accused is set for (

Puta *as over a trifling affair. ly fair and continued! varmeather. Introduced a b11l' diverting three having refused late to-night to commute D .Hughes Moaflay.L. $ the family have.the sympathy of numerous -'Tuesday morning befora Judge
elth was seriously hurt. is indicated for this section to-n'ght million dollars of the funds thatwould was in town friends in their sad and irereDuable Nichelsen. They were released Oft }.:
Mondajr.
In town '
to life
his. sentence inprison- Manning was _
to the ,reclamation fund to D. ..
1 mer: Burg left yesterday for and Friday with-light toZreshSOutb-; go : loss. j boai. i S
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_ WEAR THIS WEEK.. ;' R DERSISSUEDTO[ U [ N NOLFISHING IN W oEii"ll's out can them be completely, yet the ordeal happy throng with


200 pair of Men's Fine, Worsted and Cassimere Trousers, which the' expectant mother

worth regular .$'.3.50, $4 and $5, for 279.. OFFICERS[ INTERSOF f Nalure must danger pass and usually fear that is so she full looks of suffering forwardto


We have received in the last few days an elegant line the critical hour .with apprehension

of Men's Shirts from the..best Shirt manufacturers and dread. Mother's Friend by its pene.

the United States. See our big south show window -or f N NAVY MEXICO[ trating and soothing properties,.allays nausea, nervousness, and

for styles. You will benefit yourself by buying your all unpleasant feelings, and so prepares.. the system for the

that she throughthe
I, Shirts, from us, for there is real Shirt comfort In the I ., ordeal event safely passes and with but

i kind we sell. When you buy Half Hose you had best .Admiral 1 Harrington Ordered 'to.Capt Munn, of Galveston, is Positive little suffering, as numbers have Mothersits

: buy them from a specialist, for it takes years of experience Duty Jamestown Exposition that He Can Prove,Fisher testified and said, "it is worth

to learn:how to judge the quality in this line .. weight in gold." $1.00 per

Our buyer has had over twenty years' ,experience in Other.; Changes men are Innocent, bottle druggists.' Book containingvaluable


__ buying and selling these. goods, and we believe is an I. Special To The, journal. The Galveston Tribune: of Wednesday information mailed free. friend

expert. Our stock Is the most complete to be foundIn l Washington i ,"june 7.In the general contains the following article relative THE BRADflELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga.

orders to officers of the navy it :s to the seizure of the American .
the.city, comprising all the season's latest novel announced that Rear Admiral Harrtngton fishing vessels by tha Mexican government -

after his retirement oa June : .................t. ............................".
ties well staples. Styles ranging price from
--I as as The captains and crews ofthe
of
6, will,continue,as commandant the
10 cents to $1.QO\p ,r pair. Norfolk, Virginia yard, until July 7th;IPensacola and Mobile fishing boats
when he wil be relieved and 'gives departed for their homes last: night,t Want the Young

I WATSON PARKER & REESE 'CO. special exposition duty In connection of. 1907. with Jamestown as tune.was mentioned in )"2ster.. aY'3 Tri- I IWe I II


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The following orders have been i issued la la.ger'.l1tlunn to-day stated to a

: Successors to Green & Watson.I. to officers of'ths United State3 .Tribune reporter that he would have 4
I- I ,navy; CapL Spurlin and the other men of Mothers of Pensacola 4 I
Rear Admirals C.: .S. Sperry commission the Lizzie B. Adams of the Gulf Fish- I

-- announced: ; P. F. Harrington eries gobefore a United States .*
placed on the ret'.red list; continue, commissioner: and make sworn statements -! tI

BUSINESS MEN'S CONVICTS FOR present duties of commandant Nor\ as to their position in the gulf' | to drop in and see our extensive line of pretty eorr- :
NEXT[ T TUESDAY'S[ folk yard until July 6th when given when captured and other infromationhat
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Mexican: (or the precious darlings.: Nothing is too good for tue ) :
Special duty. in connection with the will aid in bringing the
,PRO. ASSOCIATIONHAS ROAD, BUILDING Jamestown Exposition of 1907; M. R. government to account for their i !By all means 4 4I
S. .McKenzie commission announced. reach> : of international law and Utterly "
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'. .. ... .,' ". .. Captains- N, !Sargent commission ignoring the 'rights of any nation -] i
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ESTABLISHED*' BUSINESS OF. : DEMOCRATIC Two news items of particular--- inter announced Norfolk; H. yard]Minett.and retired ordered, detached to- statements to fish! will
est to Foridians! appeared in New .
BUILD to Senator Culberson and Congressman "
IN BROSNAHAM
FICE Portsmouth N. Jt yard; A. R. Cou-
York papers of. recent data and are I den ordered to command the Louisiana. -. Gregg at Washington where the!:. and keep it out in the air.JIakes it-healthy and strorLe :? :

41 ING. reproduce herewith for the purposeof I Texas statesmen will take up the i, Our line of 'gocarts is very large_ anq shows man:. [tr, ," :
showing that best sentiment Commanders 1*. D. Griffin given American Interests in the case and! .
PRIMARY the j trial : are very handsome in appearance indeed and light '
attempt to bring atsut an early !
Tile newly organized Btfsiness Men's in the state is against the lease system additional duty at Naval War College : Dollarsun from $2.50 by steps T
Protection Association held its regular ; F. W. Bartlett commission an- of the outrage perpetrated by tin : and Fifteen up easy to < i
in
and favor of the employmentof
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: meeting at: the K. of C. hall last nounced; W. R. Field, retired, detached Mexicans. I Fifteen -1
night w1th' attendance.: the unfortunate criminal class in "It is certain continued he, "that,
a good and
Portsmouth N.H. yard ordered I -"ON
A local office has been established the valuable public service of buill-:: th Unit d' States government will I
: Namesof to duty in 'charge of Naval Recruiting MA R S & QUINA i
V inthe Brosnaham building with a secretary -Sample Bajlot Containing ing great state highways says ta3 Station Baltimore Maryland. take no forceable'action in the case t ,

in charge, and a telephone has Jacksonville Metropolis.The Lieutenant Commanders A. until the :Mexican officials have had i 148. Pensacola Fla t
Palafox St Phone
I been installed so that every memberof Candidates Who are Kaiser detached the bureau of Equip- ample time allowed them in which to 108/110 S.

the association can communicate New York American of Satur- ment and ordered to the Washingtonas render their decision in the matter. :.................................tlPnt44t44.4ANNUAL
at once with the business office. Making the Race. day last says: "Louis!? Adler, a lead senior engineer officer; R. H. Leigh, This will no doubt be made fayorable
: The next meeting will be held on ing member of the Florida East A. Aithouse and H. C. Kuenzli commissions to their country and every grain of
the third Thursday in the month.. evidence will be introduced by: them
Coast Automobile Association, which announced.
Escambia county's second primary .to: win. However, they realize that DIVIDENDScannot
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occurs'next Tuesday June 12, and although promotes the famous internationalspeed Lieutenants-W.., K. Wortman detached their case is not a strong one, else!:
there are only three places trials at the Ormond-'Daytona the Indiana and ordered to the they would not have permitted tbe

h ..eti... on tbe ticket to be filled and only five Beach, is in town.: He says that Wolverine; S. P. Fu1l1nwider.detached Americana to leave the country--that be lost and they may be used to
Wlashln'gton and ordered to the
i-- Mrs. Albee-Of course you marrfcd candidates contesting in the primary) John B. Parkinson, the energetic is not the Mexican way of doing
a good vote is nevertheless expected.) Connecticut as ordnance officer; J. A. things. When they hold a person each if the
Bebee insuredso
:; Mr. for love Mrs. Be ee- of the F. E. C. A, A. has reduce the premiums
secretary Schofleld detached torpedo boats Nor- year
Well I would call it The following Is an unofficial or for any crime, and the evderce; is
,yes suppose you sample ballot containing the names of just been elected a member of. the folk yard and ordered to the Virginia; sufficiently strong for conviction ,
'. that. I married him to protect him ( chooses. A life Endowment Policy with
R. D. or
Hasbrouck duty at Naval
to
the candidates who will be voted upon Florida Legislature. words can not express the cruelty
from no less than three widows in our Tuesday: Training Station,,.Newport, R. I. with 'an'df! deprivations the prisoners are;
street If I hadn't snapped him up one I "Mr. Parkinson, who is well knownto additional duty on the Constellation annual dividends in the Union Centra! Lifeis
The Unofficial Balot.! all motorists who visit Florida, ; made to, suffer. The Americans hada
t of them would have been .
sure to get C. S. Bookwalter detached Naval
Democratic Primary Election held is a lawyer and good roads, municipal pretty hard time, but a person whois
: lilm. ._ _ June 12, 1906. Make a cross (Xj i reform Democrat is politics. He Academy and ordered to Bath Iron advised of their praclica in criminal the most satisfactory
mark before the name of the ,candi.' was on the committee which pledged Works in connection' with theY Georgia cases suggests that if the Mexican -.
The Covetous Hao. date of your choioe itself to raise $6,000 for a new shell ; C. T. Wade commission'. announc-i government really felt that the B. S. WILLIAMS General Agent.
Go not to a covetous old man with road from Daytona to New Smyrna, ed; R. K. Crank ordered to duty as, American fishermen were guilty of ,

any request too soon in the morning, raising $ ;ooo of the amount himself.He senior engineer _officer of the Louisiana -!' the charge which they have brought. Thiesen Building. Phone bu8
before he hath taken in that day's For County Representatives.Vote is a major: in the State militia ; J. Franklin,, .retired, detached against them they would every one .
prey, for his covetousness Is up before ( for two) and one of his first acts In the leg. Naval Recruiting Station, Baltimore, be behind the bars this day. .
him, and he is in ill humor. but stay islature will be the introduction of a Maryland, and "ordered to continue "As was expressed in the Ameririn .
till the afternoon till he be satiated M. 0. DAGGFfl'T.s.,. ",. bill tOt 'lace the state 'convicts' at other duties; G/BvLandenterger" commission consul's, letter in .-the'T.ibJ1.P.e r g Order Your

upon some borrower.-Fuller. 1. CHASM.: COSTON.' ". work on the roads instead of leavirg I I announced. day, the Mexican. government: will CIE COAL: arid WOOD
i I M..JACOBY.: them idle as, at present In this he Ensigns-K. B. Crittenden orderedto delay a decision in the caseand" unless ( ,
NO.4))I New York Naval Hospital for treatment the United States government
will have the support of Governor from tlaeConsumers9
For Commissioner
Misery assails riches as lightning Couhty Dist. Broward." ; H., D. Coqke Jr.,-'detached the forces them to terms, months will t
does the highest towers; or, as a tree .. (Vote for one) The New Yortc. Evening- Mall of iPa npanga and ordered'to Naval Hospital pass and possibly years before the i 1 Ice and Fuel Company.

Ii that is heavy laden with fruit breaks H. C. CLOPTON. the same date says: "A telegram received -1 Yokahama.Japan for treatment; outraged fishing companies are paid Offlc -:Cornar Chase and Tarragona Phone 259.

Its own boughs, so do riches destroy JNO. A. WIGGINS. froth Daytona by Senator: Morgan -. G. J. Rowcfiff ordered to the.Mayfiow- for their losses in vessels and .cargo. '
the virtue.of their possessor-Rurton.Grandfather's announces the election of John er; F. D. Burns detached the Iowa and Neverjheles after the usual formalities -
4 'I B. Parkinson, well known to"the racing ordered to the Dixie; C. A. Richte'r,'C. ares gone through with and the '
: i The Candidates. I fraternity and motorists generally W. Early, F. C. Martin, F. H. Sadler :Mexicans have been given time to '

Cure for The candidates in the field are all i as the secretary' theFlorida ordered to the New Jersey; E J. Mar- render a decision' it is believed that Everybody Works But Father"Even
Constipation pretty well known. Coston and Bag-' East Coast Automobile Association! quart, ordered to the Illinois; J. P. PresidentRoosevelt will take.a. handin
gett led in the race for the legislature to the Florida Legislature from Vo- Lannon ordered to the Tennessee the matter and this government

in the first primary, Coston lacking lusia county on a good ,roads plat when placed in commission; J. C. will finally decide the case id a man- he beginning to sit up and take notice, since we in'
b medicine.-tha Sawbuck. only !9 votes of having a majority: lornn Representative' Parkinson Townsend ordered to the Mayflower. ner which will knock the Mexican

J. hours a day sawing wood over all of the other candidates. Clop-'will introduce a bill forbidding the Midshipmen-H. G. Bowen orderedto opinion to pieces and remoall stalled those fans, lights and bells
GREAT ton, for county commissioner also leasing of convicts to manufacturersand the Dixie;, A. B. Cook ordered to possibility of any further molesting
keep anyone's Bowels I
;4 of fishermen in the waters in dis
for their the Dixie H. G. Bowen detached
led In his ra.ce. lacking only a few providing employment ; the'
votes of having a clean majority over|' only in road' building. A highway Maryland and ordered to the Dixie; pute. PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY
No need of pills Cathartics Castor Oil, his two opponents.A from Jacksonville to Onnond' and A, B. Cook detached the Pennsylvania "'''ruiIe the American sailors were

nor"Physic," if you'll only work the Sawbuck Daytona! 'is now assured, St. Johns and ordered to the Dixie; R. B. given fair attention by the American : Phone 570.DIAMONDS .
regularly. BLbOD RED LAKE. county having voted to issue bondsto Strassburger detached the Viriginia consul at Progresso there is plainlya .
.' build the road to the county and ordered to the Hancock and to the lack of interest which the reoresen. -, -

Exercise is Nature's Cure for Constipa. -eeaUarUT Manifested br a Sheet ot boundary line, where Ormond and Connecticut when placed in commls tative of this government should; *#! *#*# *33 '"
Daytona will see that it is met by a have taken in the matter. This cat j
Von and-a Ten-Mile walk will do, if you Water In Siritierland. road connecting it with the famous sion.Medical Directors-. H. Simons detached -be explained by the consul being rft WATCHES, JEWELRY.
haven't got a wood-pile. Lake Morat, In Switzerland: has a i beach. It may be possible, therefore, Naval Hospital, Mare Island afraid: of jeopardizing his commercial -
But if you will.! take your Exercise in an queer habit of turning red about two next winter for owners to drive, their and ordered in command of Naval interests at that place as it is CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES BRONZSB i
or three times every ten years. It is a i. ('firs from Jacksonville to Ormontl learned that this man who happensto '
.. Easy Chair,there's only one way to do that.bcCause.there's Hospital, Philade'phia, Pa.; R. C. Per STERLING SILVERWARE
pretty lake, like most of the sheets of and Daytona, or,.' j in fact, twenty sons detached Naval Hospital Norfolk be holding down Uncle Sam's desk ,
only one kind of Artificial water in that picturesque country, and miles further 'south to South Va.,. and ordered to duty in cam there owns several large ranches and. i ART POTTERY, OPTICAL.GOODS, i
Exercise for the Bowels and its name is is interested in other affairs."
its peculiar freak is attributed to a dispOsition Smyrna. mand of the Naval Hospital, Mare Is
CUT GLASSWARE
CASCARETS. to celebrate; the slaughter of land. :
Cas carets are the only to exercise the the Surgeons-C. -
means Burgundlans under Charles P. Kindleber detached Hank White Gave the Tip. -
the Bowel Muscles without work. Bold on""June.21, 1476, but the French HGood the Independence and ordered Hank White, the minstrel lived In i 1 l' .

Bay that it blushes for the conduct of to Asiatic Station; A. Fareholt or- Reading, Vt, for many years. He was Engraving and Fine Stationery *
They don't Purge Gripe nor "upset the Swiss who,in that battle gave the dered to the Independe.nce.'Passed horse I i
1Ptheis( very fond of races, and rarely
Assistant !
Surgeons H.
your Stomach_ because they don't act like Burguodians no quarter. Iden ordered to missed any of the meetings in Windsoror I ; -
the
Columbia E. M.
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This of has its
phenomenon course,
"Physics." legend. The old fishermen of the lake rAgree Brown ordered to duty in Department Rutland county. Once he attendeda i Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention
They don't flush out your Bowels and of Government: and Sanitation Ancon, breeders' meeting at Rutland. The if. %
who catch fish called eilures
enormous .
Intestines with a costly waste of Digestive that weigh .between and a..i.5 that the best paint_ Panama; J. M. Moore detached Naval,breeders' meetings were famous and *
twenty-five :Medical Station School : attracted people from New York, Massachusetts *
Salts 1
Juice, Castor Oil. ) ing reultsare'se.cured
L as Calomel Jalap forty kilograms, say when they see the ordered to washington'i'
report for New Hampshire and all I L 0. Zadek Co.
Waters do. by the use of paint' contain I Jewelry
or Aperient always waters of the lake reddening that it ia promtlon and then wait orders. I!I over Vermont On this particular day -
% No-Cascarets strengthen and stimulate the blood of the Burgundians. As a ing nothing but Pure White Assistant s.urgeons-R I... Dollardi! MOBILE ALA.
Lead in Hank was seated in the grand stand,I; :- .
ground Pure Linseed ,
the Bowel Muscles, that line the Food matter of fact, .some of the bodies of appointed: ; A. E. Lee appointed; F. M. "
i Oil-colored of course ... to the ( one of 5,000 people."Hod" "t.'i MM"**M4MtiH '
passages and that tighten up when food the Burru dlans' killed In the battle desired shade. .I Shook detached Mare Island Naval Fish Ira, a well known char -
were thrown into the lake, while others Station: : and ordered to Mare Island I
touches them thus driving the food
its
to were tossed Into a grave filled with v_ There are substitutes for ', yard; A. J. Geiger detached Mare acter a was l large driving bay horse his horse with Belvidere not too _. . _. _. . V.. ................A.AA....... ......... .AA.................................,.
these very
two -ingredients Island tw
ftnlsh.A quicklime. This historical\ recollection ; yard and ordered to Washington I
Cascaret acts on your Bowel Muscles angered the Burgundian soldiers of the : such as for examination for promotionthen much speed, but the owner had an idea ,
is'if you had Just sawed a cord of wood or victorious armies of the republic in : barytes and zinc, wait orders; J. W. Backus andG. I that he was a wonder. It was in the FLY AND MOSQUITO SCREENS.
walked ten miles. which cost less,but invariably .- M. Mayes detached Naval Medical i free for all race. All the horses except
1708 much that they destroyed thei j
That's: why Cascarets are safe to take j i i monument so raised in honor of their lower the I .''School: Washington, ordered to report Belvlder 'had passed the grand stand Put i ia your' own. We have common size in stock <|
for examination for promotionthen almost neck and neck on the first half
1 quality. 1
pentinuously in health or out of health. compatriots!! who fell heroically In that t
PURE'I awaIt orders. It a.'beautlful: I
was race. Trailing behind
Because they'move the Food Naturally, j battle, -and- Henri ,ilartin;,Very' ,Justly Pure-lVhIte Lead \vHJ11; Pay Director-L. C. Kerr commission about twenty rods came Belvi Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CODONKEY'S .

Hgestihg 'It without waste of tomorrow's 1 I reproached. them f that piece of van- I the paint painter's requires less time:of, .- lEAI-: announced. j dere, the driver urging him on to- better *L I V'..A......A......'............,,"' ............................ .....A. ....... .,.,

Gastric Juice. dalism. Pay Inspector-S. McGown commis-! efforts and when he in,front
was
looks .
it ; It would hardly do to attribute the better lasts sion announced.
reddening of the waters of the lake to longer, affords better protection to the I Chief Boatswain-HR. C. Mehrtens i: of the grand; stand Hank stood up,end f :
The thin_, flat Ten-Cent Box Is made | surface yelled at the topof-hls voke"Take'thefirst
painted than other kind. It ;;
any commission
the blood of the soldiers of Charles the announced; S. McCarthy ;
to fit your Vest pocket or "My Lady's"Purse. forms an elastic coat that becomes ordered turn to the left, Hod;,all the Others -
at once to the Nina Sulivan ,
Bold. ,The e loring Is due simply to( ; T. or-
Druggists-10 Cents a Box. ; the presence'inlarge quantities' of little, an integral part of'the wood painted. It dered to N. Y. yard for medical! sur.I have gone that way" Hod drove FLY KNOCK!
: It with and take will not crack Belvidere to the barn.-Boston Herald
Carry cpnstantly you a i aquatic plants called by naturalists Os- j or peel It wears off gradually vey; J. McCarthy ordered to the!

Cascaret whenever you suspect you need : clllatoria rubescens; The curious thing ,Jeavinga surface ready for repainting 'Dixie; P. Henning commission an.,
without the nounced. -
ne. :< about it is that Lake Morat is the only expensive necessity of scraping
'Be very careful to get the genuine lake In which this curious growth is : and"burning off." Chief Gunners-C. Hierdahl order.I
Insure yourself of the best results by ed to the Louisiana; J. H. Lohmanordered : kills every fly it hits, keeps others
tilde the Company developed.
only Remedy
: by Sterling I to "' I
., f the' Dixie.
.' Insisting that every keg that is -
and never sold In bulk. Every tab- bought for Gunners-A. from alighting on horses
: j your house bears this label: Alberta ordered to the' Brains \ your
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!stamped "CCC. Louisiana; G. F. Ballard granted'onemonths
; and and drives them from
cows
leave.
it : A Good Character.
A good:character is the best tomb- !! RED ,SEAL Warrant Machinists. Wilson Need Food4GrapeNuts the stable. flow
FREE TO OUR READERSIt stone. Those who loved you andvera Pure White L ad' granted one months leave; L. Gross.' Will increase

baa beta arranged to mail free a I helped ty you will remember I the Louisiana I I
beautiful little Frcnch-dfstened GOLD I I when forgetmenots are withered. ; J. Merget resignation I
PLATED trinket bard-enameled la you i Send for a booklet containing several band accepted; J. McPhee and E. G. Hig-- -
pretty colors a bandaome ornament Carve your name on hearts and not I :- stock in summer.
ome reproduction of gins "
actual
fetost liberal offer ever made, and wo' marble. houiet,offering ordered to Naval Hospital Yo-,
want every reader to have one. Tea on valuable suggestion for a color scheme ia kahama, Japan, for treatment; J. M. I -
cents ia stamps is asked AS a measure paintingyourhoaie. A test for paint parity Ober ordered to the Dixie F. R. King! 1 I
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cf eareta good, with faith wHich and to this cover. dainty cost of'box Cas.la imagination a man In a dungeon; is also giveiu. apponted.: I Supply-It. I I Cor. Garden j f MElLE & CO PHONE
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loaded. Is capable entertaining himself with : .'- J Pay master Clerks-E. F. Delaney and Alcaniz' 334
Send today. be sure to mention tlJpape' scenes and landscapes more beautiful NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY "THERE'S A REASON." I I .
and write your address plainly ordered to the St. Louis; J. L. Schru. PENSACOLA FLORIDA
that can: be found in the Clark Ave.and 10th St. St.Louis.Mo. \ ,
Address sterling Remedy Company, than -any ordered to the Monadnock; H. E. p -
\I ChicagoorlYew Yotk. nj ,whole compass of ,nature.-Addlson. FOR SALE. BY ALL DEALER Brown ordered to the Amphitrite. I _







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I BEULAH
CITY OF
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.i -. ixcursion .9 0 0 clock Bargains. Ijt

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Special lf The' journal.Baulah I "BRICK. -CIJY" CF FLORIDA MADE. : ,
June 7.-W 'who live I in ,
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.v EDITORS
VISIT
this thrifty community seem to be FLORIDA : '
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favored Tor one week I T f. :
particularly June 8th AN ENJOYABLE ONE. FRIDAY MORNING ; ;
&'SQ Saturday! \"we bad a good I Friday Night, ;

.L +i y 'styb rain and last Sunday we were,again I I .

blessed -by a hard, drenching "rain r of I ...BEN EFIT... Ocala, the "Brick City" of Florida ..". ,.
about two hours duration. The wind I did herself! proud. in the royal welcome .

b blew down some corn but the damage I and entertainment accorded the A Carload of Ladies and Misses Hats, all shapes, worth ; .': :

is slight. Christ Church Guild members of the 'Florida Press Association .' ;

'Mr. John Wilson and C. B. Busby; who were soy fortunate as I to '
A who have been at work on the road t to< attend the meeting held in that cit\.I I $.125 to $3.00. Choice at 9 o'clock____________________ .1 ., :

Lane's Ferry for some time, finishe< Steamer Columbia Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday I t 'r' (

yesterday and report the road. in es of this week, says the Live Oak: \ Lot of 50c and 75c Hats on sale at 9 o'clock forLadies' 19c d. H
cellent condition. Part of the improvement :.- will leave Palafox Wharf at Democrat. Never in'the! history of .
consists of a new bridge. the association has a city in Florid 1"
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,' "-. Arthur Spare and ,daughter. Mot 5.-30 o'clock and returning 1 made a more compl ; &,and elaboiat 8c Undervests at 1 1J 5 ; .q.f.
to ; __ __ __ C
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Mary, accompanied ty Ella; reach 9s45. preparation to the "Pres' : : rl.t. )
city at
it in hurry,
If ,\ou want a Woodson attended memorial service Gang" and never have all arrangements .

-ou'll! find it ready to meet you at the navy yard last Wednesday, Fare, children 25 cents, been carried more perfect!?. 00 Jap Matting Rugs worth 5 times the price each--5c 'Hi} )
passing a pleasant! though t'resom :Proper attention was given to ever ,
adults 35 cents.Refreshments. detail that added to the pleasure and I !1 !" i.,.

here for I day.Mr.. Jos. Shelby of Fish river came served ot\\ entertainment of the guests and ea.j JOO 50c Real Jap Matting Rugs to close out for 7Oc 1i'j r :
and everything ,
Anything last Saturday for a short visit with] I tertainment of the city. Editors Biitmger -

parents and friends. Ole was accompanied board boat. Harris Brumby and Carrol :
men's *?**. by his wife and little son, who I were at all places at all times, and $2.50 Hammock to at $'. :}UL
go ------------------------
If in 'he rush you fofget is the pride of his respected grand they were assisted by all Ocala. Tle ,

something in the line of clothing pa's .Shelby.Lewis and.Resmoqdo Garrett.Mr. ; ,. of. Lillian, Charcoal make whole us city understand seemed: determined and know we 1 to \ Case of JOe and J5c Dress Ginghams, special B..12c f. a aBe J i. :

Ala., was the guest of Mr. John Wl!- were welcome and to this end every :

write us and :jou'll get son and his brother Victor Resmon lady ana gentleman appeared in bian '

attest and satisfac- do, over Sunday. He came to brie; We have just received 1 avery especially appointed committee 1 t) on hand at 9 o'clock. Store closes promptly at noon, ii Jftl"[ .
prompt that we understood this facl
his sisterinIa1frs., John Resmondc fine stock and will de sea i' 0
to see her mother, Mrs. John Wilson : And we did. The press of Florid;
tion.SAFES. who, her friends will .be pleased t to liver orders promptly in any I never met with a heartier welcome on Friday. : ; : J{ ",

hear is gradually improving.Mr. I and were never shown more court l' I
1 Amos Penton wife and daughter amount. I sies. We all, everyone; of us. enjoye. : f ,;
i each hour spent in that city. 0 '
the of Mr. John Pen
were guests
I ton last Sunday, returning tome MOD Telephone 363. Ocalaites are in love with their city; :
and they have a right to be. Its natural T. H. Lannon" COB '
;
__ day.Mr.. Jas. Penton was a business via' SEWELLWood I beauty has been added to by; :
itor ha hundreds of handsome homes and
He
to the city Monday. :
bought few sheep and will try and and Coal brick business .blocks] and beautiful .'... ,. -- "'?- .- ., -, -"_,-." .. 0 ,"':" J .' ." 'J :" .:;:- ._; -, ,,, '
build up a a flock from them. This i is CompanyOlsen flower gardens. Her paved street ;, ,___ .. .. __ __" _,,_ ..,. _.... ___#..._ .ijif'"F.; :..<.:!)o- .J'i,... ;

a move in the right direction. and. hard roads are second to those ofl: ,
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interior city in Florida. Herl I
I Mr. and Mrs. Bowmen attended no.other
Walter! -
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I the closing exercises of' the and :Mr. Marion Cowen. of Pin< ..mercantile establishments and main.Ii THE CHAMELEON.It I Superb el'Ve" of a Hat Seeker i
SAFES 1 SAFES 1 SAFES !11 school at Roberts last'Thursday even, Forest. j facturing industries speak themselves: !i IN A POISON FACTORY.The "Oh, but the 'nene' of some women '

Buy Liebold Safes. in'g and report a splendid program A large congregation greeted our; for the progressiveness of. her citizen I I Has Tw Complete and ,}ndependent is worth a fortune to them! groaned a ,
.
Deadly Drags Have a FaaclDaI I
excellently rendered a credit to old and esteemed pastor, James Briar: !. T7- ''WHS i > IkerToa Syitems. girl at luncheon in a department store. 1;

Scarritt Moreno, Agent. teachers and pupils alike. ''Monday evening, who preached a goo
and urged the members t< ]lived in Ocala about fifteen year: :. "Slip on this glass mask, said the I :
sermon individuals in- in the I
Ir. Jas. SnoRden was the guest of birth in which two are millinery department, :; ;
< interest in the affairs of and felt very much at horn foreman. "You will need it. !
friends in Quinette the last Sunday. take more ago separably joined together, but among tried on hats until my arms ached ;; '. ;
to build it so I i there and during the association wi!I The visitor donned the maskof .
the church and try up uncanny
Mrs. James Snowden has turned animals it is a common occurrence. A I pinning them on, and the saleswoman] fj! ; ,
White Barber Shop will be a power for good. were guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bishop glass, and the foreman ]led the way
from an extended visitamong relatives case in point is the chameleon, long fa. t got: purple with rage because none suit t .
meeting at their hospitable home. We had i .
and old friends at Flomaton, There has been no regular I to the cyanide of potassium department '
of color. ed In walked a grenadier sort of
its changing
for me. :
The white barbers formerly of 3f Quintette and Molino. She was accompanied of the Baptist Society for over a yea: the pleasure of meeting many of our I mous power I .
S Palafox St. ]located at NoS must be something doini old time friends and neighbors.Mr. The nervous centers in one lateral I woman, with a scared looking maid Ii _
are now by Miss Lydia.Spare, wh< and there "We make 1,000 tons of cyanide a ; '
.
E. Government St., next to Western I made a number of new friends an< soon or they will be dead in the'shell Chambliss, of the popular banking year," he said. "A dose of five grains half of the chameleon go on independently i carrying a big paper bag. This woman ';r .
Union. I visit Now, dear brother, which shall it be, firm of Munroe & Chambliss, DrKifcch ., of those in the other. NotWith- sniffed around turned bats upside ;;
was very much pleased with her i is a fatal one. Thus our annual ,
funeral? the and clever proo-I down and almost inside out and finally '1
Mr. and' a resurrection or a I genial man standing the strictly symmetrical con-
. Through the courtesy of I uct is enough to kill 2,500,000
'' fund' of the Commercial Bank B. its two looked the untrimmed shapes. .
Mrs. P. C. Dawkins; who entertalnei Mr. Wm. Shelby is getting up 1 ger i IIe opened a door, and a room filled struction of the animal as to over
COTTRELL in his honor the friends of Prof. I. E.I to buy the needed supplies to hold the:' Weathers, one of the solid old-timi with writhing flames, dense shadows, halves they move quite independently She picked out one. Drawing a chair '
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. Allen had the pleasure of tearlnj annual Fourth of July picnic: at Bet I merchants of Ocala Arthur Cobb,I smoke and weird figures in ef one another and convey separate : before the biggest mirror In the place
Pensaeola Fla. some fine music by that gentleman on lah Springs. He states that hel< I manager of the 'Marion Farm, Sheri' I sparks I Impressions to their respective centersof i she sat down and had the maid empty : < .'

l ___ __ the tiolin. He was seconded by Mis: has enough subscribed to make thtficnic .I Gordon: States Attorney, Allred Cir i Mass masks was revealed. In the cen- I perception. The consequence is that I the contents of that bag in her lap. It ;

WATCHES AND CUT GLASS Eva Walters on the ptono, a lady of : an assured fact, only needing a.I cult Judge Bullock States Attorney; ter of the room in a great caldron 100 I when the animal is agitated its move held feathers flowers and ribbons. :' ,
few more dollars which he feels sur< elect Davis, Representative Sistrunl! pounds of molten cyanide of potassium -
rare musical ability either on thi ments resemble those of two animals, Then she began to pin on feathers here, -
Something Swell in Gold Jewelry. I he will get in a few days, when hei< I and many others who were on hand to bubbied and seethed. The flames I .
I piano or organ. Although they had: flower there and to try the effect of a !
I halves of ani- a
rather perhaps, two
W. Gahlenbsck 21? S. Palafox! St there ] to masks. I II or
A. before they will announce through this see that was nothing lacking glinted strangely on the glass .
never played together : corrospen.l. mals glued together. Each half wishes : bow in another place. She even had ..
dence the program decided give the Florida editors a good time The foreman coughed. :
soon were in accord and rendered jigs; I I to its own and there is no concordance I the maid hold a trimmed hat while she
in the "Brick City. "are '\'rhole.j go way
he said
"These fumes, ,
TURTON & BELL reels waltz or anything the profeasor's ; -
A HAPPY MOTHER I The pleasant and interesting trip: of action. The chameleon I copied It! The attendants seemed fascinated -
all
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. fertile brain could conjure up] some. The men, you see, are robust -i < '
(and his repertoire seems inexhaust!, will see that her ,baby is properly; I to Silver Springs, and to Palmett I Lave known weakly chaps, I therefore, is the only four legged vertebrate -I for no one said a word. And J :.

Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs. ble). All were played in manner tha cared for-to do this a good purga'j'' Stock Farm and the Marion Farm will I working here among these strange that is unable to swim. It becomes that in a store, mind you, where the

wry Id have done credit to profession I tive is necessary. Many haveour attention in some future issue fumes, to pick up health and I strength." so frightened when dropped into salesgirls ask you sarcastically whether ,

R. K. WHITE, als. His playing of Dixie in five different ; -i fer from worms and their mother:.] of the Democrat. In another clean cool room the fin- : water that all faculty of concentration ; you are looking for something cheap ,.
don't know it-if your baby is feverish ,I I' : if refuse to put down $33: on a hat 'I ,
Watchmaker. Manufacturing Jeweler, and Graduate ways was enthusiastically re; ished cyanide was stored. It ]looked is lost and the creature tumbles about ; you
: and doesn't sleep at nights, it i ii i I THAN LIGHTNING.Action they select for "-New York Press. i i. ,
Optician 30 S. Palafox Street. Pensacola. Fla. ceived and when he said he was going QUICKER like crystallized white sugar, good as if in a state of intoxication. J I you. -
.......--- to quit running.around at night whet troubled with worms. White'Cream ;; i I i enough to eat. The chameleon moreover may be I, ;
he old it brought down the house Vermifuge will clean out of the Bomaa Body Outstrip i
got side and wide awake I
; fast asleep on one
Told i The of thai these: worms In a mild pleasant way, 1 ","Motioa. "Good enough to eat, said the foreman I Her Property -,
Everything
opinion! those present was i.
Tersely a. "Well, we have had on the other. Cautiously approached at the :
Prof..Allen Once tried always used. Give it r i gravely. Now and again things; happen on
is a'very F. very young old "As quick as lightning" is a phrase
awaken -
I with candle not to :
: committed suiciue night a so as .
'Price 25 cents. it. Four men the
trial. eat add
and that the world is better men I football field which go to to
man bj; : colloquially used to express the maximum r
the whole animal l at once, the eye :
II in that way. of the nation. On one occasion
his having been permitted to remair I gayety
Capt. J. W. Lang of Muscogee, is ii I so long in It. The phonograph managed -!I GENUINE GOODYEAR WELT $3 :: of rapidity but, according to t a "The fumes seem to create In our !i turned toward the light will open and for instance, during a certain league ;

the city today. I I by Mr. Homer West; added greatly -; SHOES, NEXT TEN DAYS .AT THE : well known scientist, electricity Itself i I men a desire to taste the drug. They I I begin to move and the corresponding match In the north, the referee somehow '!

will-leave for New -to the, pleasure of the evening and M. & 0. ONLY $2.50.MILLVIEVV. I is outstripped by that old] fashioned fight this desire most of them, successfully side to change color, whereas the other managed to lose his whistle. There
L. S. Brown machine, the human bOdy, by which i it all feel it, the same I r side will remain for a longer or shorter
York tomorrow evening to be absent was thoroughly enjoyed: by all. Dainty: i but they : was not another whistle to be found '
fifteen dajs. refreshments were served and sInging appears powers cane so to speak be as workers in coffee plants want to time in a torpid, motionless and unchanged I. and It seemed that the game would

a few hymns with Miss Watetrs at L generated In the brain, transmitted chew the coffee beans, and some feel state with its eye fast shut.Exchange. .- : have to come to a sudden and Inglorl- t

The steamship Pensacola has heel the. piano closed the- very pleasant through the nerves and developed ir it so strongly as to succumb."-Cincinnati .. : ous end, until the referee hit upon an '

rechristened and Is now known as the evening. the muscles in an infinitesimal fraction Enquirer. ingenious pcheme. lIe produced a : '

Wilhelm ma.Several Rev. Nicholson filled his appointment -I --- -- j jI of,a second.It DIET DELUSIONS. and
latchkey from his pocket managed: ,'
here last Sunday and preached i ii is stated that pianist in playing;
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a ,
scheduled for I Special to The Journal. VIRGINS' GARLANDS. to tootle merrily) enough on It till suddenly -
outings are They Come Down to I'a From the Old
an able and instructive sermon. Thos !: I
Mendelssohn 5,59
of played
June 7.-The dance al"Millview : a presto
the afternoon, inasmuch as the day i Millview Barbarous Tribe as he approached the touch line ,
in attendance from distance
a wen in four minutes and three sec
notes
is a half-holiday. hall Saturday last was largely I Memorials In an English Church to of most modern a woman's shrill voice was heard, exclaiming :-
diet delusions
Geo. of Some are
Wm. and Garrett Miuscogee
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attended A pleasant evening was oncls. The striking of each of these, Girls True to First Love. : ,

Captain Fondebila of the police de Mrs. Salle Wright and Miss Lizzie spent by all present. I I has been estimated Involved two I There are seven "virgins' garlands"l date, while others are of the most latter re- "Fred, :come here at once! Where did } ..

rartment who has been ill for the past Mv. R. J. Canjmack has removed movements of the finger and possIbly I church, spectable antiquity. Among "
few days and off duty resumed his from here to Muscogee.Mr. i i still in existence in Minsterley Is that very ancient survival, the notion you get that fctchkey' "" :
more. first of them bearing the As he listened to the guffaw which
the
absencePatro'.man I Salop, that foods are "good"for J
particular
last night. During his Columbus Brown has accepted
post
!; 1 Again, the movements of the wrist, p
and the last 1751.; went from the assembled crowd J
: Barter acted as captain. a position as foreman.Mr. I.1 elbows and ] be less | date 1554 I particular things or effects. up ,-.
arms can scarcely .
They consist of silk ribbons and descendantof that referee was the most sheepish!
Chas. Seals left here a few days, This is an almost direct
Ticket number 343 is entitled to the I than one movement for each note As and are covered Ikin.maD. the ground and as bethought ;
ball shaped less on
1 ago to go into the fish ,business at Pen I paper I' the notion, held with greater or
rocking chair offered at the recent picnic sacola. twenty-four notes were played each with rosettes the inside center of the unanimity by nearly all savage and of the curtain lecture looming I.i I.

of tie Clerks' Benevolent As;ociation. Mr. H. G. Pooley, of Bagdad, has second and each involves three move I i cane or wire frame supporting a pair i barbarous tribes, that the flesh or viscera -i ahead his heart became like lead withIn \ :
If it is not presented with'nthree ments we would have seventy-two voluntary They represent a romantic i his bosom.-London Answers. ;
with
accepted a position as sawyer ; of paper gloves. of. birds and animals possessing t
FOR ,
of next PATENT APPLIED
the holder the I
days movements second.
the Southern States Lumber Co. per custom of very ancient origin qualities will) be likely to
ticket. drawn will be entitled! to the MUS At-QUIT all| -Druggists.U MFG. CO., Mrs. Robert Walker has moved tc" Again,'the place, the force, the time I and are sacred to the memory of girls I produce particular the same qualities in those Training a nog.
prize. Pensacola. Her friends. and the duration of each of these move in their youth
regretto betrothed I
I many while "
Jacksonville, Fla. I who who eat them. A dog understands "yes, and Is
An a'arm of fire yesterday arter.1noon have her leave. ments were controlled.)) All these motor lost their intended husbands by death, )
Thus Nero used to banquet on nightingales' equally competent to grasp the "no.
o'clock called thdepntml'nt Miss Lelia Lewis of Belview. spent reactions conditioned .
about 3:50 were upon a their first lo'es.I
: remained true to
yet tongues in the hope of Improve I Outside of that he is all dog and follows -
to Temple Beth-El. The Sunday with her brother, Mr. Harry knowledge] of the position of each fin her own gar
Each maiden designed and the cut out : t
ing his voice savage i his dog ways. He Indulges in no
blue was only grass burning in the Lewis. ger of each hand before it was moved, em-
this simple
I land and at her death the heart of the bear :
i and devoured mental refinement and will not comprehend -
yard and was quickly. extinguished: COFFEE Miss Bessie Reddrick of Pensaeola, while moving it, as well as of the auditory 'Was'borne before her by the village I
blem the liver of the buffalo, etc., believing of changes of mood
without loss. left. Monday. She,has been visiting effect to force and pitch, all of I being afterward i i i many your
white gloves
j the
] lasses, I of these
and
her sister, Mrs. Harry Lewis. that the strength courage or mind. Whatever you undertake to
W. C. Chaney and Constantine Apost'e which involves equally rapid seasory added. After the obsequies I
i I animals would thereby be transferred :: teach make it plain simple and uachangeable. -
witnesses in a case in the city We are the Pioneer THERE ARE FEW transmissions. i these garlands were suspended in the to himself.It I II I It is a pity that he must I
court yesterday morning had an altereat'on. It we add to this the work of the church ,a rod bearing'at its .
people who know how to take care ofthemselves. village on I is probable that the most grew- be taught not to jump up on people .
The fight occurred down Coffee Roasters of in placing the notes in theIr the shape of an '
memory
the heart in
majority do not. I extremity a I some of ancestral rites-cannibalism-; and compliment them with his ca-
stairs in front of the police station West FlorlUdlUCTSBL! The liver is a most important organin proper position as well as the fact that escutcheon upon which the initials and was largely due to the same belief, although resses. lIe means well)), but must be
warrant
out
and Apostle! swore a fined: the body. Herbine will keep it ia the: performer at the same time participates I date were inscribed. These were originally I' of course, in Neanderthal days' disciplined sternly Into knowing; thatit "
Judge Laney
against Chaney. condition. V. C. Simpkins Alba, in the emotion the selection doscrioes fixed above the maiden's pew. have "
would more
no .
the latter $15 and cost for contempt I i primitive man Is not good form under any circum
of. court. I Texas[ writes: "I have used Her and feels the strength and '| Some of the earliest and forgotten hesitancy about eating his enemy after I stances. The discipline need not be accompanied
for Chills and Fever and find it weaknesses of the 'I of real flowers -
bine performance we arrive garlands were composed he had killed him than he would ia devouring by seventy. A light
The sewerage bids opened by the II the best medicine I ever used. -1 1 at a truly bewildering network of ]later the covered hoops described I any
but deer.
bear
i a or a touch with a wDip, If applied Invariably
Board
of Bond Trustees June 1, are would not be without it. It is* as ] t
Impulses coursing along at inconceivably substituted.
were In fact, the early converts of the will settle the matter. Some
Kill being considered by tae bo\r.i.1 good; for children as it is for grown. I to this I soon
It is believe by a number of persons. have, no equal.: A trial! up people and I recommend it. Itis rapid rates. There is a passing allusion dead" missionaries in the South Sea islands I kennel weD adopt the plan of stepping
that the trustees will wait until the! fine for La Grippe." Such estimates show, too, that we are I "simple memorial of the early referred to their favorite dish as ''iongpig. lightly on the hind foot and it is perhaps

ciuncil convenes, either in special o*' will convince, t the connoisseur capable of doing many things at once. I in "Hamlet. "Yet.here she is allowed I ." Every known race has at sometime the clearest] way of conveying the

regular session, before making pub1o l that we Doctor Latin The mind Is not a unit but is composedof her virgin crants," "crants" signifying j been cannibal-McClure's Maga- I Idea.-Outing Maga/Ine.

: the selection cf a bid or bidders. I At its best it-must be admitted that higher and lower centers, the available i garlands.-London Graphic. I zine. :

lIon. W. A. Rawls, of Tallahassee,! make no extravagant doctors' Latin is, in the words of a distinguished fund of attention being dIstributed i I -------- - --. ..
and son, W A., Jr., are in the city: claims. professor, "doggy and me among them.-Pearsoa's Tr ccHy.;: I ---- --- -- .eJn(".tvvnymuirc.nt.ararr.Wrr*rr yi


ia route home from New Orleans, diaeval" For our own part we would ?w U' J. 7 u.u; W" !IJw; r

and are the guests of Dr. antf! Mrs.. go; so far as to say that it is. more I ;
Blocker Mr. Raws! was in New Who1esale''nd RetailGROCERS than mediaeval At its worstIt USEFUL DISCOVERIES. 1

Orleans with I looking the after new matters drug in store connection "doggy"la a monstrom horrendatn with which Are Not Always Startling, Neither DC i:1 I WHY NOT HAVE A PIANO ?

which Is to open next month in the BO respectable dog would own kInahj They Create the Most Talk.It it and possession is indeed. The Clutter F'j
Blount building and la which he is -British MedJca1.1ourpal. is not always the greatest, most!' Your family crave very easy

Interested. Pensacolians will be startling discoveries of science that i {: Plan, of Easy to Buy Easy to Pay, has accomplished wonders in the 1;, ,

glad to know that h* is to become a and all kinds o! Feed Cigar Before Breakfart. are most useful to the human race, i of possession and enjoyment of pianos in the homes that a few years t
to test a cigar few people directly way
resident of that his "The proper time or Comparatively were .1 "
Peasacola and ;
'amily will come over: from Talla- St ff.. stogy Is in the morning before breakfast interested in Herschel's finding ago would have been appalled at the thought of undertaking to pay for i:

ba'ss'e in October. ," said a tobacconist. "Naturally: of the new planet Uranus but
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thousands have been benefltec a piano.
-. early morning smoking is not healthy, many i\\ 1 -
Ask for Blue Ribbon Vanilla Extract but it is discriminating. Try It by Prof. Unna's experiments which \ '
Two
very Has In
Clutter Plan Helped Ways i;
and say It plain the kind that PlutoWater- by t; smoking samples of your favorite proved beyond a question that Dandruff ';,,1: The ;
Baldness the result'
and are
Elves." desserts the "Blue Ribbon FlaTor. brands in the early morning aid you. of the inroads of a parasitic gem l rwrw>f It has made it possible to get worthy pianos at moderate prices and inaugurated tt -

can depend upon your judgment" which invades the roots of the hair. methods for the payments. We handle such famous i.

Wholesale .and. Retail. Pitteburg- Press. The discovery of the true cause 01 t' i ii easy
baldness mao'e' Newbro's Herpicidipossible. :. pianos as the Kranich &- Bach, Lester, Packard, Mehlin etc. and guarantee )

Florida and Alabama Trinaiph of Art. Herpicide effectually kill:!: them to you. Delivered into your homes no matter where you live. :.
-' Co ,,Miss Peachley (exhibiting ber new this germ. Destroy the cause ;you remove 'Iii! .
LAND COMPANYManufacturers New Orleans rocs ry hat)-I know you -won't like It. Miss .' the effect. !f Oldest and Largest 114-116 S. Palafox St. ; ;

s< Tartun-But. I do, dear. I ei'er vsawanythiaf For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte. ,=' Music HOUle In Clutter Music House PENSACOLA Phone l5 1-- {

of more artistic than that arrangement druggist and apothecary, 121 Soutl l ::1 Florida Sec. : .
CLUTTER
B. E.
and Dealers in Jas. McHugh: of the flowers. It hides the Falafox street, or send 10 in stamp:;i ,1 GEO. W. C. CLUTTER, Tres. l' "
for sample to the Herpicide Co., Da- .. -Mirm T Tt ii (r m *nr r *> *>** **eN wr Fl ass' i<* "l*, SrrT ?T rmr r TI .f. E.
LUMBER CYPRESS SHIN- Trio 1' i"f "f E tf'.ua: J
SAWED ihape of it beautifnllyv-Chlcago. j t ftl H rna H i rn HRH'sslwsr"s4raRufaua?rsarsaf# E Gja u +,uo ,
105. Proprietor. troit, Mich. .,wan '
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:THE:. PENSACOLA.: JOURNAL, FRIDAY_ MORNING, JUNE '.8, 1906

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it' 7C7.-tCfCTeC 7CR'' 'Jmr'L'C Td'.YtCR.C/C .(CR TI E.BIIirnOF'WORD'S
Sunny Side of Life -

ifJt! llItttjalola1fonfttal ;. OUR LONE MILLIONAIRE e .. :' HAVE THE GODSSUBMITTED

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THE U. S. SENATE: *
IN
# (ODD ORIGIN OF SOME OF'OUR, FAMILIAR .
o
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-\ Atlanta News. EXPRESSIONS.The r-iF ANY"OFFERS"

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DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. 'H HH1"I Phrase That Brought About theWor"cl

I "Haberdasher"'Lullaby" TO YOUREC'ENTL

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT: MONDAY I The South hasonly one millionaire Originated With the Arabian Moth-
I in that notorious, "Millionaires'
"
WKere From.
ew- Stlhouette" Came
x ...BY... i Club," otherwise known as the Y?

I American senate. He is Senator There are words all frequently use, ,

THE JOURNAL COMPANY.FRANK James Piper Taliaferro, of Florida, a whose histories and derivations are "

scion o" the Old Dominion, an ex- quaint and peculiar. The schooner In his "Mascjue of Pandora, Longfellow wrote :
Confederate soldier, who became a
L. MAYES, President and General Manager. citizen of Florida shortly after the comparatively a modern craft and is a I : '*The Gods implore not,

close of the Civil war. He mad product of Yankee ingenuity. A bluff ;

I his million in lumber ana' banking old New England skipper, Captain Andrew \ Plead not solicit not; they only offer

MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS enterprises and never ,held a public Robinson, who probably broughtmore f fa fi 1 CHOICE AND OCCASION, which once being passed

,, office position.until elected to his present exalted slaves to the colonies than molasses j 1 RETURN. NO MORE. Dost thou accept the gift?"

SUBSCRIPTION RATES.. Senator Taliaferro must surely and other common importations, i e I

feel lonesome when he considers that one day came to the conclusion that he
One Year.$5; 00 One Month.... ...-......:. 45 of the twenty-five senators who --a- ; The same thought appears in Ingall's striking
Six Mouths .. .... ... .... It() could rig a boat that would be an improvement '
...... 2 50 One Week .,.... count in the seven figures class, to in which he
Three Months...,. .,,.,.. 1 25 Weekly Edition, per reW-.U O( say nothing of Bill Clark, of Montana on the craft then in use for !, poem on "Opportunity, pictured that

with his $100,000,000, he is the coastwise shipping. Being supersti- deity as stalling through the world and knocking!

I only one to represent the great pro1 tious, as most seafaring people are, he
The Detailed I
Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a I door-never to return
I perity of the south in these recent determined to let chance name his new ONCE on every again.

Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. I years. boat. There were many spectators at Both writers halt a littte short of completeness

,--- Of course we have a fair bunch! of the launching, some shaking their Wise Jeweler.
millionaires in -the south. Georgia, heads dubiously, others ridiculing and Jeweler-!Here's an engagementring in their striking pictures-for it should be made

Offices, 108 and 110 East Papers on Sale on Trains that did not have .a single; one in for $10. Special service, $10 ex I
then
others in the invention
.. believing "
-w- I 1880, is now credited wltIj"having i clear that while the same "choice and occasion,
Government. Phone 38. and at all News Stands. about forty whom the commercial of the old captain. ;:As the boat left the tra.Youn'g, Man "What do you mean "

,..........L.._ .u..n..w e.wr agencies say are worth ov
lion dollars. Thus far our millionaires water, came up again like a cork and : Jeweler-When the :young lady: go walking through the world in an end-

..PE."SACOL.FLOIUDA, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1906 have refrained from politics skimmed over the water like a bird. !.drops in'to: find out the value of ;.t

They have preferred to chase the Almighty A burst of admiration broke from the we'll tell. ,her from $60 to $90. less procession forever, out-numbering the people

J I I Dollar than to pursue and crowd, and one of the onlookers .ex- 1;
The Bureau Report on reau yesterday, the temperature in I purchase the "two dollars" bargain- Claimed, "See how she schoons! Captain themselves-so that not only is there "choice andoccasion"

thirty-three was greater than in counter voters. But they are break- Robinson, ..reverently taking the I and "opportunity" for everyone born into
into the
official
Telephone Systems. pensacola, while five cities had equal ing game: now. cue, said, "Then scooner let her be!" 1f ,
Right here in Georgia we are accused ; I the world--but choice of choices and occasions
( Some interesting figures are can-: temperature, viz: 84 degrees. The of having three millionaires and "scooner" she has been ever since, c i a and

;stained, in a recent report by the Bureau twenty-three places in the country seeking' the gubernatorial nomination with the exception of the letter ''h," p opportunities.If .

of the Census of the Department where' it was cooler than here are while over in Alabama a reputed which generally manages somehow to

of Commerce and Labor, on all located north of the 40th parallelof millionaire is after the like job in ,get into words where" Is not needed. C' ; ti you missed the knock of Opportnnity your

telephones and telegraphs, which latitude and with, but few excep-- that We state.shouldn't wonder if a decanehence significant Another curious and historical word which origin has is sil a door yesterday, listen for more raps to-day-for they

show the important place the tele tions are near the Canadian line. the south will have millionaire if for them and
will
houette. Although this word ia. some- j come, you are looking "cultivating" j
phone occupies in the daily life of Pensacola ,is maintaining her reputa- pairs in the senate for all those that what un-English still it comes under i !

the nation1. are sent to that body by the them.
tion as a summer resort; plu- the general appropriation which the

I In ,1902 there were 3.157 commeirial tocratic! east and the' auriferouswest English speaking people made of everything : To the alert .reader of advertisements "Opportunity" -

., systems, and 4,985 independent A new weekly newspaper, The that would serve them. One I c <
I II
rural lines. For the commercials Chronicle, 'has been established at LOSS OF SOIL BY EROSION Silhouette was minister of state of II I becomes a familiar figure-not an illusive

systems the mileage was 4,779.571, Bonifay. Bonifay and vicinity is France, in 1859, a Critical period with : C a c i& .I i mysterious deity; and to the alert users of advertis-

Fe $ and the number of phones, 2,225,981; growing rapialy and there is no rea- One of the Largest Leak. For Money that country financially, which came l r -
oa tfc' .-American Farm. near culminating . x /for the mutual systems the mileage son why a good weekly newspaper rri G r 1. F .
The moving of soil by water is not ruptcy. Silhouette is represented as 3 # ,
t | was 70,915.and the number of tele at that place should not receive ., V 4 t given-for
confined to Iarge streams being a very wise and sagacious man,
as
: enough support to make it a suc- many
89,316 the IndepenJ-:
f I phones ,
;
auditor cess. farmers know to their sorrow. Every and In politics hewould, now be termeda PUBLICITY IS THE VICEREGENTOF
s and /
ent lines the mileage was 49,965, .L "reformer." '
tiny rill trickling down the slope carries (0 et 't.His.
' the number of telephones, 55,747.In .
tih >>HHoI-H""HHI-1[ i.>"iP off some of the finest and richest Silhouette and his doctrines became i "MERCURY,11
connection with the commercial the butt of all the wits of Paris, and .
m soil on the farm. After a heavy rain
: and rural systems there were 10,361 THE PLATFORM: many a Jest was perpetrated on the
i, the spring is soily and the puddles in I Idea. GOD OF COMMERCE AND GAIN
I
public exchanges. The pay stations! IN TENNESSEE. minister of state under the very nose I 'rile Barber-What do /
m numbered 80.870, of which 32,477 Ti8 the hollows are muddy with it. The of Silhouette With serious faces, but that soap! ? -,--- --.- -'-"" '--=," n. ,-",, .......
iti v
i'i ) ;were automatic. Memphis Commercial Appeal % deep furrows left up and down the laughing inwardly, persons wore short I I 'The Man in the Chairll tastes
slope by the cultivator teeth become -
Ps The number of salaried employees coats without sleeves, and many other good to me.
;Y f(W4MCd tI iSSiY iI' lN it lt miniature water courses, and the trickling -
+ extravagances of a like nature were I 1 I The Man in the Cha.ir-lt tastes Sunlight For All the Leave.. Legal advertisementsIn
't engaged in the telephone service was water
exacts a tribute of rich soil
F committed, among which was one of good to me. The telegraph plant of India has a

;S I 14,124 anal:! the average number of The platform adopted by the Democratic before it Joins the large rill by the particular note whieh created a great method all its own-,for catching the I Escaznbia County Circ, :: Court.

:wage-earners, 64,628. The amount hardly road. The soil of the cornfield that deal of merriment at the sunshine. Each of its
party of Tennessee can time-in fact leaves is com State of Florida. In Chance; J 1 1i i''
paid in salaries was 9,885,886 and i fail to commend it/elf to all was left bare all winter has lost some so; mach so that It has been handed posed of three leaflets. The larger terminal -
Bannerman. Wm. A. Araus,,' i. 7zie
t in wages, 26369735. i thoughtful citizens of the state. It!!I of its best loam by planting time. down to us together with the name of {I one erects itself during the day i aa :
is ,in accord with the progressive!i Gullies appear on the farm here and the jl Armistead, his wife, and Bin; }
reformeras
Although there were only 44 Bell great being the climaxof and turns sharply down at night while
; ;I systems in 1902 they reported about i tlfatform! on which Gen. Patterson I there, widening and deepening after the pranks of tta Parisian wits. All the other two smaller leaflets move 1 F. Stewart. On Monday, the :,i >la: Y

seven-tenths of the wire mileage for i won a unanimous nomination for every rain. The soil on the knolls and of the portraits were made in black to constantly day and night, describing !'of July, A. D., 1906, the deitaaau:,
governor from his party. It demands hillsides becomes thin
and yellow, for represent a profile of the face and bust complete circles with a peculiar jerk- ; Benjamin F. Stewart, is reqm.oi i i >
all telephone systems, more than electorial and revenue reform, andit : the rich black surface of it has
1 stands for all the best traditionsof I part similar to a shadow( cast upon a white ing motion like the second band of a'J| appear to the 'bill filed again.-' .;,;
one-half of all the telephones, and hurried off to build excel-
Democracy.A I help up some paper by the aid of a strong light I i watch. Occasionally they rest for a j j herein. This order to be IJ'Ubil-h"' :
1 i three-fifths of the messages or talks lent farming land about ten miles The of I period and then thus once each week for four ,'
great many Democrats have beeu youth speaks going to his i go on again, I I (4) con c':'
. t.11 1 during the year.. They employed dissatisfied! with the power placed in downstream. "haberdasher." This word Is among ; I bringing every part of every leaf to !M[ live weeks in The Pensacola Jouiu: :,

: over seven-tenths of the wage-earn. the hand's of the governor to name After a heavy rain the farmer can that class that owe their origin to one I the full action of the sunlight. a newspaper published in said Esc: -!:.

} ers and paid almost four-fifths of the three: election commissioners in every! see the best part of his'soit creeping, of the most common of sources-viz,' I tia County. A1.. McMillan, c.! '.

r county in the state; for this gives I running, racing away from him. A corruption The small shopkeepers of I Here Trifle. Circuit Court. By L. G. Aymarl !I'

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messages I !In every county If'he has a mind to across his plowed ground and gather standing in the doors of their shops I my?" asked a friend of the family. (Official Seal) 25maroawj'"
fl jt*! reported for the year was 5,070.554, assume it. It enables him to build I.I.I forces in the hollows. A hundred tur- and I! "Yes'm
I Inviting an 'inspection of their replied Tommy. .
533; of these, 4,949,849,709 were tocaj up a remorseless machine, which the bid rivulets down the hollows p.Ild30in :
U' pour ,
Their "I to hear / In Judge's Court
wares. common salutation to ev am glad It. The last time / County Escami.aCounty
exchange calls and 120,704,644 people will have much trouble in the water !in the gulch. A dozen I
0 ;! ery passerby who bad the appearanceof I I I heard from them your papa was SUf- Florida.-By the Co-.n. ,
violates the cardinal
N 1 were long distance and toll calls. Jeffersonian smashing. doctrine. of local home muddy brooklets rush down the gulch, being in the least susceptible was r fering from rheumatic gout and your Judge of said county: Whereas, J I I

i Ohio led in the total number of rule. Any thoughtful man will recognize swell the brook into a creek and race "Habt ihr das, herr?" (Have you this, ,I mamma had neuralgia. :I II j Sullivan has applied to this CouP f k

,3 messages with 558,707,801; and the fact that a city ought to be downstream, bearing away tons of sir?") which was, one may readily imagine "Oh, yes, they've still got 'em. I [! Letters of Administration on the l>
the rich silt and loam that make \ tate of ;James McDonald cJec"a-frio
'i .Illinois was next with 541161932. In protected ,in the regulation of its affairs -! plants corrupted into "haberdasher",by i I thought you meant :was any of us i I late of the said
County of Escainoa:
grow. When the rain Is over and the
long distance and toll traffic from state and county. Mem rapid and constant repetition. '.
: Pennsylvania These are Therefore, to cite an,1 soaked soil has dried to
out enough i
phis, with certain limitations, should I Another sicko"I I
1'1t was first, with 20,409,621 messages word, "exchequer, has a i i monish all and singular the hJ':
have entire control of her exclusively till, there are gravelly places that the i
.
I peculiar derivation. In the time of the !I tired and creditors of said dec > 'j.
.:;: 1"r ; and New York was a close municipal affairs, and the governor -[ farmer finds it hard to make pro i old Normans there i Very Good. It is possible for man to as-I ;'ast
was established every to be ',
i 1 t second with 20.3(57.024.( The great.tl1r should have no voice in the I I ductive, and rocks are exposed that a l I I. Wilson- aw Jackson when I was I I sume I and appear before this ( <0"'i
court of equity, or claims, before which in Ixmsomeburst. i j an elegant manner, but the true on or before the 15th day of Juk-.
est number of locaf messages, 547 elections in Shelby county or the city have never ben above the surface be- gentleman is nature's .
nobleman
r of Memphis. An unscrupulous executive were settled the claims of the king upon BTIson Indeed! Has he a good position own A. D. 1906( and file objection! a: :
238,743 was reported! for Ohio and for his own purposes can inflict fore.Unchecked the people the claims of the people there? I who never forgets to be polite to ev they have, to the granting lt.r, a'

1' the next largest, 535.744,349, for upon a city an election commissionin erosion has ruined many upon the king and the claims of the Wilson-He had when I saw him.: ery one, and it is as easy to discern aforesaid, otherwise the same ni.: "
.f.; farms and seriously hurt many others. people the I the assumed from the innate good granted as praye '. Witness mj naJa :-
; 'Illinois. which the people have absolutelyno upon people. Before the He was sitting In the hammock with II .
'"':! The report shows that on the average confidence: and such a commIs-'Thousands of acres'of valuable farm- judge or presiding officer of this court the daughter of the richest man in breeding as it is to distinguish paste I County Judge of the County aforesaid
. ing land, particularly the red clay soils I! from dlamonds.-Dickens. this 3rd day of May 190ti
I 1 sion can be made a potent instru- wa a table upon which was a check the village.
there was telephone to every ment in corrupting the ballot and disfranchising -i of the south and the loose, shaly soils !red cloth similar to a chessboard, : I HENRY BELLINGER,
34 persons, that each person tallied! of the north and I County Jul-ri
the citizens. This provision I are gouged gullied which 'was used as an assistant in II
65 times a year, and that each te'e- I II The Journal Printed
in our election law was a device i every year until they become practically counting, and to observe this court in I
phone> was used 2,190 times.In of short-sighted politicians, and valueless for cropping. I have seen session It bad the In Escambia County Circuit Curt; ,
appearance of a State of Florida. 'II'
1900 there were 1,157 Incorporated was at best but an experiment Un- many hundreds of, acres ruined by game of checkers* and During May, 1906, In Chancer
,
by
so common and
Wlaters vs. Rosina Borras J:'n.i:!
it has failed for it has
questionably ,
4,000 washing in the Carolinas Tennesseeand
urban centers with or ,
it became
usage the court of ex- L.
enabled Democrats to swindle Democrats Borras her husband, Susan Bwem
more inhabitants. Of these 1,002 Georgia. On most farms, however, chequer.The a Total of
and the dissatisfaction arousedby and Daniel Bergin, her husban:1 1.1. .1J''
'were provided in 1902 with telephone' it is widespread. Unless the the loss is less conspicuous and more word "quit" is purely an accident Bauer and Julia Bauer, his wife, ixii.

systems of some description. San Democracy had taken steps to changeIt Insidious. Every farm that has an Irregularity or, more properly speaking, the RklE1D, Cardinas and Joseph Cardina-

Francisco, with 1 telephone to 9 and restore to the people the of surface, however slight, result of an Irishman's joke, and in 157,350COPIES husband, Josephine Yeherton d"' '

power wrested from them, a Republican pays tribute to the force that does reality has no meaning. A wager was Roy Velverton, her husband, i3' .:..
persons, was the best telephoned city governor would have been more leveling in an hour than all the made between some students of an old Bauer, Willie Bauer, Nettle B11, .

In the United States in 1902; while among' the early probabilities. In patent leveling machines have ever university that one of them could not C 1 John Bauer and Lorena Bauer Oi

Cleveland ranked second, with 1 telephone Democratic cities like Memphis and done or ever will do. Invent a new word which in twenty- Monday, the 2d day of July, A V.'
Nashville the Republicans would A ..tJY::-: _. .. or an Average of 1906, the defendant Willie BS'if:.
for very important problem for the ..
16 four hours
every persons; and would be the talk of all ). .
.
\ : 'p
have been in control of our elections farm owner to consider how to check a"I ., .. i John Bauer and Lorena Bauer. h
Dublin.
Boston was third with 1 telephone There was much laughter at .. '
and at every polling ilace' in this : Quired to appear to the bill filed ae:::n-
t for every 19 inhabitants. county there would be seven Repub-- erosion cheaply and effectively. The the expense of the would be coiner of ) : 5828 them h-reln. This order to DP P"V, |
plan that will be most successful depends
'Reports were received for 1 system l'cans officers of election to two Dem- the new word but next morning upon /t'. .J I lished once each week for four von

in Alaska 1 in the Philippines, ocrats. This Indeed, is the prospect upon the locality, the lay of the I rising the new word was at the ex- secutive weeks in The Pensacola )inc;,'
held out to us if Mr. Evans is land, the kind of soil, the crop and pense of the scoffers, for the letters DAILY nal. a newspaper published ina''
and 7. in Hawaii. For these 9 systems elected. many other local matters. In extreme quiz were posted on every wall and I Escambia County. A.1.. McM.; ,311

there was an aggregate of 5'pl8 ,- That our revenue law needs the reforming 1 cases it has been found' necessary to available space in Dublin, and thus The following figures show The Pen Clerk Circuit Court. By L. G.1'-

miles of wire, 2.891 telephones, hand: Is also a self-evideptt retain wooded areas running across the the word became the talk of the town I sacola Journal's circulation for eacn mard, D. C. Pensacola, Fla.. Ma:, ::"

itnd 3,887,925 messages. proposition. We have our county as- slopes that are subject to washing and and has since remained exactly what day during the month, of. May. 1906! 1906. ljunccaw4r
sessors who estimate the value of otherwise disposed so"as to prevent the it when with the average number of copies
was it was invented riddle. wouldn't want all dat money 'atoncet. daily: I
property. Their work is supervisedby gathering of water. The water There Is Proposals will 'be received at the fi'reau '.
course a word in .
our language
Now that list of the millionaires 1, 5,800 17
; a ,a county board of equalization.Then t'O May May 5,803! : I i
should be looked of and AccountN
carefully. little which, not? Supplies
the national house senate the state board of equalizers, correctly speaking, means noth- "Why May 2, 5,800 May 18, 5,7001May
|'n and has "r''r I:
work directing streamletS Info legiti- ing whatever, although its relative 'Cause'I'm afraid $51)0 worth of 3, 5,900 May 19 ; Department, Washington, D. c.,
is 5,800
of which the comptroller -
a ;
keen jiven out, it would be interesting member 1 10 o'clock June 19 1906. 3:':
passes on it, and the law de- mate channels is time.well spent Thereare meaning is familiar and dear to alL ice cream would make me sfck. May 4, 5,700 May 20, 6,200, a. m., the of-
to know how many whose names clares that the action of this state various methods of holding the soil I Who Is there in whom the word "lulla' May 5, 5,900 May 21. publicly opened immediately r P-.'n-

are oa the list became millionaires board is final. In spite of this a with plants. A cover crop of rye, dover by" does not stir some of the tenderestand May 6, 6,250 May 22, 5,7001May tr sacola, !to furnish Fla. at the navy of nayall1i"yard! !

after being elected to congress.If revenue agent appointed by the vetch, etc., sown in'the orchard dearest recollections? This word"lullaby" 7, .' n. May 23, 5,850 a quantity ( '-ss
.
.. plies, follows Sch. 582: 'y
as :
comptroller is turned loose upon or cornfield In late 'summer may do comes to us in sweet con- May 8, 5,800'. May 24, 5,750 ties.-Sch. 583 Oakum nil3-:

we could only get congress Inside the taxpayers and' allowed to undo much to prevent.surface washinsdur, trast as a myth from the starry plainsof May 9, 5,600 May 25, 5,750 etc., oak, yellow: pine "a"
the work of the assessor, the county ing the May 10, 5,600 May 26, 5,800,
of a good tight quarantine winter. Steep"banks may be Arabia, polished and rounded by iron, rubber packing iron PP';
board 'of equalizers and even that of held with quack .slopes be the roll of the May 11, 5,600 May 27, 6,100 nai-;: ,
once a majority would be in favor grass; may eternal ages. As a con valves.-Sen. 584: Steel-wire
hIs chief the comptroller. After May 12, 5,700 May 28, .. '
put into &
)
meadows. Cultivating across sequence of Lilith Adam's consort bar iron, iron pipe. Application-
of.a special session if to 13
necessary, 6,300
citizens have pad! all the taxes' assessed May May 29, 5,750
the elopes instead of up and down will forming an alliance with the evil spirit proposals should designate the ;.r1.d.
all 14, ..
pass' laws placing quarantine against them, then this agent May ; i May 30, 5,800
under federal control.It can back-assess them for three save many tiny leaks that amount to a and thus falling: from grace, in the May 15, 5,800 May 31, 5300 ides desired by number. BlanK f
years. It Is Indeed a monstrous prop- serious loss In some case Many other course of time the name LIlith became May 16, 5,800 .1 posals will be furnished upon a\\>p.lea'tion .

it methods of checking erosion will osition and is no won 'er that the suggest many Total for the month.. .
,
157,350 a
has taken the, administration a la Fla. H T.
or to the Bureau.
taxpayers are indignant; at this,system themselves' to the man who has attributed to her, so much so the Arabian
number of years to find out that Gen of tax-eating. Now, however, it this problem to solve,-and:the methods mother never dare leave her slumbering v- I Harris, Paymaster-General. U. a. N-

; eral Miles spoke the truth about embalmed stands condemned by the Democratic born of personal need and local experience : 'child without commanding Average per day.. H.. 5,828 5-25-06 Junel-8.

beef. candidate for governor and the Democratic are apt to be most efficient Lilith to be gone and to do the }Jittle
I hereby certify that the An Honest Man.
above
platform.The The loss by erosioa.Is,:I.bell 've, one one no harm. The Arabic phrase. in- ? Wh
statement is Banks-Are man :
election of Patterson such correct according to the you crazy
Shouts a lock and dam canal on of the largest leaks American farms variably used had the sound of "Lllith stra*
says will mark red-letter records on Ale in this. office.! I on earth are you asking for a
platform ; a
a day today. It Is bound:.to Increase a' by." As time this with
was
as progressed
can be built across the Isthmus in tix in history of Tennessee. our I your highball "
Not with talk, however. she wooded area decreases.. This), loss can taken up and made the burden of the Tanks Because I've just prop' s I years.
not be entirely : ... drowsy'hummlngs of Fh ,wife that Put :*
Terrible, Isn't it? prevented, as long as crooning, a my I'll never again

Rockefeller is safe from process And Jeff Davis the Arkansas gov the rain falls upon land that is not perfectly mother singing her baby to sleep !and' $ whisky glass to my lips.-Transla" 1ffcr
"Familie-JournaJ
level. But a-large part of it has finally come down to us as the Tales from
servers for a time, at least. ernor. wished to place an embargo can sigh, Citailatioo,
-r on Florida oranges for fear of infection be pre"ented.How to do( this is worth sweet, soft "lullaby."-New York THOSE

will do a regular stunt In the considering by e\"eri man who has the Herald." ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF
subscribed
Of sixty-one cities shown the What's in a Name? Sworn to and s before me $3.50 PAN'AMAS; ALSO SOME VEY
jially' bulletin of the upon United .States .senate. Holy MosesApalachicola problem on his aands-Country* .Life ID ., "What Is your name little girl?" this 31st :cIa)'! of>May,1906. FINE:ONES FOR 500. THE M. &
: weather bu Times.
America. :
a I Read The Journal's Want Ads. "Mah name's Lily White PERRY DICKEN,



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. ;poop* *B iX3JCtt9C and 3CSJC EVENTS i 1 "The Best-;I is.' What-We_- Sell" I C DeFUNIAK I. FROM GIRLHOOD. TO WOMANHOOD-'.




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Mothers Should Watch the Their
Too Hot pecia to Tne Journal. Development of Daughters-

Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, Come and 1 DeiFuniak- Springs, June 7.-Dr.: Interesting Experiences of Misses Barman and Kills

their
I and Mrs. H; W. Thomas left for

Tarry .JA Women and Society Here and Elsewhere. To.Cook home in Chicago Thursday morning -

I to attend the Congress of Religious .

: Some canned fish ready to I that is holding a, series of meetings ( ,I-I V 7 -- -- -- -

By E. NELLIE BECK. Telephone 669. in that city and of which Dr. Thomas >. -- -- S. '

v8xssxsx serve and packed by clean fs presIdent. The doctor is also :

. .--- packers right where the fish Chaplain- the 1st Regt. Illinois!
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::::- i' National Guard which into camp _
I.. goes -
THE GOLDEN JUBILEE OF all teachers, and so lovingly blessed so an attendant of the HendrixSa11'11 is caught. the end of this month. r--- :.: ,_ :"
CARROLL them. velle wedding Wednesday evening.FIDELIS.. --' j .: -. .
AUSTIN -
MOTHER M. The entrance to the strains of 1',1 I Salmon (Fancy Red) . .20c Mr.: Ed. Jewell, who died last nisht -r:N '---: -. -,-- --,

JULY 11 IN MOBILE. Lohengrin was very effective.. Mr. "\. Clams. ._. . . 15c in Geneva, Ala., from the effects ota
Pensacola friends, are in receipt of William A. Tippins: and Miss '.;.Annie MAGNOLIA TEM LE NO 4 I I Lobsters .'. :. . 25 and 50c gunshot wound was burrietf in the 1

irritations that read thus: Harrison of Pensac la entered' along Shrimp. '.,' . ..10c local cemetery this afternoon. The '.,
RATHBONE SISTERS THAT
You are cordially invitedto opposite aisles, met ana1' crossed I Deviled Crab (with shells) 25o body reached the home of his fatheinlaw ; I') .

attend over at the altar. HELD ANNUAL ELECTION.It Soft Shell Crabs. .. .. 35c at ten o'clock a. m. Wednesday: _) ,

The Golden Jubileeof Dr. William D. Nobles of Atlanta was Magnolia Temple No. 4, 1 French Sardines .10, 15, 20, 25c and was met by members of WildleyLodge ; ':,..4tjL, ,-
I I. 0. 0. F. Ths lod: e
No. 14 ;;
the and Miss Hattie Jennings of Pensa- Rathbone Sisters, that held its an I Herring (Kippered) . 25c i -
Religious Profession of cola followed. nual election Tuesday, selecting; -the Mackerel . . . 20c I met at their hall at two, and went ;
Mother Mary Austin Carrollto . i iI in] a body to the home of Mr. J. A. :!
in Mobile The bridegroom with his best man following officers for the ensuing I :Pickled Eels. 25c McCall and escorted the remains .o'
celebrated
be Mr. Shelton H. Hendrix of Montgomery term.P. .
1906 I the Baptist church where the las
Wednesday, July llth ,
-a brother of tne bride-then C.-) rs. Millie Long.M. .
of the rites V'e performed by the Rcv.Dr. '
Cathedral Conception. reached the altar where they met the E. C.-Mrs. Tillie D .n l.rd. I ,, Thompson. Te deceased leaves MATILDA BORMAN MYRTLC MILLS
Immaculate bride and her maid of nonor Miss E. S.-Mrs. J. T. Pulliam. Jessie McCail
I a young wiffc Mrs.
Phala Nobles DeFuniak.The .
of
J.
E. -Mrs. Wilkerson.M. of
the
M!N E R.W E E KLYANNOUNCEMENT maids ,were dressed in seft ,T'-Miss Josie Edward.M. ROSENAU&GERELDS. Jewell whom he married end -

CARDS. white over silk trimmed with lace R. E.-Mrs. F. M. Smith. January Master this William year. Dreyer the eldestson Every mother possesses information ache, and as I have heard that you can giV\,
Tha announcement cards of the with long white gloves and white M. F.-Mrs. Hattie Neville. burnt himself which is of vital interest to her young helpful advice to girls in my condition, I a:11 ,
Miner-Weekly! weddng described pumps. P. T.-Mrs. Nellie Wilkerson. The Fancy Grocers, of Mr. Henry Dreyer, while daughter. writing you."Myrtle :Mills, Oquawka, III ;
quift quite severely on Friday
1 in The Journal Thursday morning, The maid of honor wore an. ex I G. 0. T.-Mrs. lona Bell. handling matches. TOO often this is never imparted or is Dear.' It:Mrs.is with PinkhamSecond the feeling: of utmost Letter.gratitude)

4fe out and read thus: quisite dress of white over silk Trustee Mrs. Carrie Zerr. Phone 391. Pensacola. The lands known as the J. A. withheld until serious harm has resulted that I write to you to tell you what your
Mrs Malvina Miner beautifully trimmed in ribbon and Installing Officer, Crand t Chief, Chapin & Co., lands in Walton; to the growing girl through her valuable medicine has done for me When I
announces the marriage of her lace, with long white gloves and Mrs. F. M. Williams. L1IL county have recently been sold .to ignorance of nature's mysterious and wrote you in regard to my condition I had
daughterMargaret white pumps. Magnolia Temple, No.4. is the wonderful laws and penalties. consulted several doctors but they failed to
They
Graves Bros. & McLean. :
the and
: understand I did not receive
Boydto The bride wore a clinging princess pioner local temple and has forty, are now Incorporating with $100,000' Girls'over-sensitiveness and modesty any benefit from my case their treatment. I followed
of white silk mull over silk with five members who are mutually proud REGULAR capital stock to mill the timber. Ths often puzzle their mothers and baffle TOur advice, and took Lvdia E. Pinkham's
Mr. Robert Lynn Weekly long white gloves, white pumps and of their organization and of their deal was handled by Turner & physicians, as they so often withhold Vegetable Compound and am now healthyand
Wednesday morning. June the sixth long veil with .orange blossoms. She membership, and are particularly Surf ExcursionTODAY Aymard of DeFuniak.Two their confidence from their mothers well, and all the distressing; symptoms
ninteen hundred and six was a "Dream" of loveliness. Iie|S3a' with the distintion of having Bathing gentlemen from Mississippi i and conceal the symptoms which ought which I had at that time have disappeared.
Pensacola Florida. After the benediction had beea; invoked one of their number, 'Mrs. F. M. Williams their to be told to their physician at this Myrtle Mills, Oquawka, III
looking property
in town over
4 the bridal procession of haivlcome selected as Grand Chief by the are in this vicinity. critical period. Miss Matilda Borman writes Mrt.

BAY PARTY FOR MR. ROBERTSON young couples left to th joyful\ recent session of the Grand Lodge. \Miss Marguerite Thompson entertained When a girl's thoughts 'become sluggish Pinkham as follows:
NINETEENTH BIRTHDAY.Mrs strains of Mend lsohn. ...on... Saturday with headache dizziness or a disposition Dear Mrs. PinUiamI' :-
HIS a few young people ;
The in their black suits white : DANCE in back lower Before taking! Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable -
men THE DOMTNO honor of Miss Edna to sleep, pains or
in
Joe Roberts entertained a bay vests and gray glsves, appeared atperfect PROVED GREAT SUCCESS, THE MONARCH Llliot evening; who leaves for her home in limbs, eyes dim, desire for solitude; and Compound painful, and my periods I always were bad irregular such- ,
on the "Cupid" Tuesday night, n when she is to herself and
part ease. '' a mystery dreadful headaches."
I AS RETU1RN[ COMPLIMENT. ...to... Franklin Pa.
,
complimentary to her son Mr. Lucius The carriages went frOOthe Mr. A. C. Moore of Los Angeles, friends, her mother should come to her "But since taking the Compound my head-
Roberts on) his nineteenth annlver-, church to the home of the bride at :As a return compliment, from the been in DeFuniak for aid, and remember that Lydia E. Pink- aches have entirely left me, my periods are
i Mr. and Mrs. P. "W. McLean's wherea young men to the girls who gave LIFE SAVING STATIONLeave Cal., who has his sis ham's Vegetable Compound will at regular, and I am gettin strong and welL I
weeks visiting
sarThey went to the life saving sta delicious ice course was served to them the "Flower Ball," ths the last two this time prepare the system for the am telling all my girl fnends what Lydia E.

tion, reveled in the moonlight flipped tha bridal party and a few of their "Domino Dance," 'at the C. K. of A. 4 p. m. and return 7:30 p. m ter morning, Mrs.with Thalemar his ,sister left, Mrs.Tuesday Eva: coming change, and start this trying me.1 Pinkham-s-:Matilda Vt'getableCompound Borman, Farnungton hasiiore,Iowa.for ,

is the surf and enjoyed a delicious most intimate friends. .Hall, was delightfully funny. Music by Barrios. Brown, to visit her home in New period in a young girl's life without If you know of any young girl who
collation! of chicken salad, olives and When the bride donned her Those girls never did find out who FARE, 25 AND 35 CENTS. castle Pa. pain or irregularities. is sick and needs motherly advice, ask !" '

other relishes, and ice cream and traveling dress-a swagger eton suit 1 they were dancing with till the boys Mr., and Mrs. Henry Rogers left Hundreds of letters from young girls her to address Mrs. }}Pinkham at Lynn,

cake of blue silk trimmed with Persian!I unmasked.And Monday night for a two w sek's and from mothers, expressing their Mass., and tell her every detail of her
Thoso present were, Mr. and Mrs braid and accessories to match.'I such a kalediascopic lot of Niagara Falls and Boston taking i ir visit to Atlanta Ga. Mr. Harry Davis gratitude for what Lydia E. Pinkham'sVegetable symptoms, and to keep nothing back.
Joe Roberts, their daughter Miss Then the entire bridal party went colors has rarely been seen. the Boston races. left the same night to stay a Compound has accomplishedfor ; She will receive advice absolutely: free,
:Marguerite! their sons Mr. Lucius .with them to Pensacola whence they I Good music, fine refreshments and 4 short time with relations in Atlanta. them, have been received by the from a source that has no rival in the
and 'Mr. Clyde Roberts; Mr. and Mrs. k-ft for their future home in Moat- a general good cheer made the occasion The regular afternoon entertainments :Miss L. H. Varnum and niece Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., at experience of woman's iIlsand it will.if

Sandusky, Miss Julia Gay Miss Kate gomery and where they will alwaysbe one long to be rem bered. ait the .Country Club will begiven Mildred left for their home in Lynn, Mass. followed put her on the right road to a
Radcliffe; Miss Carrie and Miss Bessie "at home" to their many friends. Those in oominos and their colors; ; on Tuesdays, the first car go Franklin 1Y.. Miss Mills has written the two following strong, healthy and happy womanhood.

DJAlemberU; Mrs. "Hutch" The bride is the lovely sister of were: iL'down from .the city at 7 o'clock. Mr. L., N. Ervin of this place his letters to Mrs. Pinkham, which Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound -

Hutchinaon Miss Kathleen and Miss Mr. and Mrs. P. W. McLean and a Mr. Hugh Hatton, checkers.Mr. I I to Milton, where ha is to pian- will be read with interest: holds the record for the greatest
Eulalie Hutchinson, Miss Christine descendant of "t-h Roberts's." Wa T. T. Phillips, checkrs. The Progress Club regular Wednesday tice gone law as a member of the firm ol Dear Mrs. PinkhamFirst( Letter.) number of cures of female ilk of any
Kelly ,Mr. Fred Favourite Mr. Joe count the groom indeed a lucky Mr. Leon Griffith, white "- night euchre and dance was & Ervin.At "I am but fifteen years of age,am depressed, medicine that the world has ever. I
Touart and Mr. Ciller: McMillan Jr. man in securing so .'priceless a Mr. Bagley, black. enjoyable as ,usual, Mrs. Jacob Israeli! Campbell the meeting of the business have dizzy., snells.. chills----, -headache--- and back- known. Why- don't -you: try- it 1

-4- bride. Mr. F. A. Carrie black. won. the euchre prize a large and I I league, Mr. B. P. Morris reported Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound MaKes Sick Women Well.!!
WEDDING OF MISS HENDRIXAND The groom Is a nephew of our deceased Mr. R. Vanalst, blue handsome cut glass vase. i that $1,020 had been subscribed towards -

MR., SAVELLE IN citizen Mr. John McDavid, Mr. John Moyer, pink.Mr. 4 I I the new builalng: for ths ---. --- --. --- -- .
ESCAMB1A! WEDNESDAY. who was loved by every Pensacolian.He R. IA Nichelsen blue. Mrs. Jacob: Israel will entertain I Chautauqua. It was decided tc
is also a prosperous young business Mr. Arthur Qujna white. ,. at dinner this evening for Miss keep the lists open so that anyone!
Smilax, ferns, palms and roses man of Montgomery and we fee! Mr. P. Dicken, red and blue. Regina Heinberg of Birmingham it add their i
who feels like may
else
combined gave a sweet attractivenesso I he is in every way worthy of the Mr. G. Harvey, black. AJa. -w. : name to the list. The amount to braised Mail Souvenir Post Cards to Your Friends
> the interior of the First Methodist sweet girl he won. ilr. W. I.. Hall, blue. 4 .
is $12,000.Saturday
church of Escambia, for the wedding The many valuable' presents which Mr E. L. Sinclair:;: green and red. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Fisher of Milton afternoon and evening; We have many many different subjects' You can mail one

ivremony that united Mr. Henry Os- they received are sufficient proof of :Mr. J. J. Quina, red. spent Tuesday in the city, gu3s1jf )Ir. Ohas. Murry Sr., ran his Merry every week for many weiks and never send two alike Two
ear Savelle and Miss Mabel Roberts the popularity of this young couple Mr. H. L. Bryars blue their sister Mrs.! George Whitmin3n for the ,benefit of the Ladies for five cents. We have pretty souvenirs<; in leather and wood

11 ndrix.: Wednesday evening. \;.ho have the best wishes of thtir. Mr. E. W. Stephenson yellow. Wright street. go-round Association. Ice cream and; and moderate prices.CQ&9 .
ReTames. M. Tate of the. 3!. E. many friends. Mr. L. Borras, wiite-: : with red 4 .... 4 Library also served on the :
(murch read the service and Miss Miss Victoria Shepherd of Pensa: roses ,Rev. Julian S. Sfbley pastor of the grounds cake ,were and it is thought that quite IQool :.tor; : .
Lida Tippins a life time friend of cola attended the HendrixSavellowedding. !Mr. Arthur. Lovendahl red. Firsjt Prebyterlan church leaves made !
of was
a nit sum money 'hone 235. 213 Soul Palafi Street, Poia'a'HASH
the bride, presided at th organ. One Mr. W. F. Martin. light blue. Saturday morning for DeFuniak! anis towards getting some good books.
of the most impressive features is, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Walton of Pen. Mr. Lenwood Williams, light, blue.Mr. pulpit will be occupied by Dr.: Syl The: Library needs a goo encyclopedia I
that Rev. Mr. Tate is our Prof. Tate sacola were in attendance at the J. J. Mott, grey ester Weeks Sabbath morning.Miss and other books of referenceMr. -.
i'f Roberts whom we all love and who Hendrix.Savelle wedding,. Mr. Charles Davis, black.3r. 4 : Harry Murry is having pipes ---- -- '
aught the bride her first lessons onbis Mr. William A. Tippins, Pensa- Henry Mertens, solicitor.Mr. Katie Klumpker who was al far as 13th street. !
laid for as
knees and was her most loved of cola's assistant post master, was al- Morris' B/U, light blue. tome sick for a few days last week] The Town gas Improvement need have no terrors for you

Mr. Henry Jeudevine, clock. las :resumed her duties at Lannon's tion is ,at work on Lee ASsocie-'j DAY if you send your washing to
Mr.: Earl Kaisbeck, green, red and to the great pleasure of her large it in shape for different kinds 1
The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature. blue. tfientete. of ting: amusements.At I The New Method Laundry,

Mr. Joseph Baroca, blue. the home of Mr. F. Q. Tervm 1 PHONE ties E. W. LAWRENCE, Prop. No 8 WESr RCWNAST:'

Mrs. George W. Short of Durant, Saturday 'evening. Mr. E. D. Runyanand !
CHARMING BRIDGE GIVENBY Is In the city the' =-= =-=-- -lI
Indian Territory, Mrs. L. P. Tervin were married n ---- -" --

MISS CALDWELL AT HOME guest of her brother Mr. Charles before Judge McLeod. After a short; '

WEDNESDAY NIGHT. :6ttrell, on East Hill. Mrs. Short I Isen trip, the bridal pair will make their .afcagg"' = ..=- __ Q I
route home from South Florida; home in Apalachicola. I PINE BARREN l'
:Miss Fannie Caldwell entertained where she has been visiting another Mr. Joe Maultsby, of Marianna, and r

delightfully at bridge Wednesday irother. Miss Etta Waldo of DeFuniak were I WeAre J

evening.The married at the latter's home last ,

guests playing were Mr. and If you are not pleased with Blue week. Judge McLeod officiating. Special to The Journal.
Mrs. Fred W. MarsJ, Dr. and Mrs. rlitlbon Vanilla, back. Ab Born: To Mrs. Delia McMullin, June 7.children'gDav :
-' i' J. W. Rig'ginsIrs.. John .,C. Avery. your money Pine Barren Sole Agents For
Thursday a son.
,
Goes twice far. the Methodist
'Mrs. John Jones, Miss Julia Whiting! so 'Utely pure. as will be observed at
I church here next Sunday at 11 a m.
Miss Irene Gonzalez, Miss Minnie THE ORIGINAL.
*? Potter Miss Edna Avery, Mr. Sani VtAGNOLIA: TEMPLE. R'ATHBONE' An interesting program has been ai-
Foley & Co., Chicago originated John A. Merrill r &Co'sThese
Gonzalez, Mr. Roy Douville, Mr. R. C. SRSTERS TO GIVE EXCURSION throat and lung ranged.
Caldwell. Hcney and Tar as a The many friends of Dr. Finlaj ani

6 ; Prizes were given toMr.. Fred 'Magnolia Temple No. 4, Rathbone remedy, and on account of of the great I his excellent wife regret that they
and popularity Foley'sHoney
: : Marsh and :Miss Julia Whiting for sisters, will give a boat excursion tc merits imitations I are soon to move to Pollard, where
... I the highest score, and to Mrs. :Hilton[ July 4. The ladies are making and Tar many These are i they expect to reside in the future.
% I- offered for the genuine. of Pollard are to be congratulated Iowa
S r The people
the lowest
I. 'I II Marsh and Dr. Higgins for great preparations for the event and imitations have similar
score. it prom'ses'' to be a very enjoyable affair. worthless of them., i oa receiving this estimable -
: \ sounding names. Beware their midst.
Delightful and cooling refreshmen's family in
lb
I
% % I were .servd! and the evening I The genuine Foey's: Honey and Tar Dr. Dey, of Century, spent a few .
\ e' ':ms\ (particularly! enjoyable. AUCTION SALE. I ifa in a yellow package. Ask for it hours here yesterdaY: It is reported
\
a :; 4 and refuse any substitute. It is the I that he will take Dr. Finlay's place Pride
b -- -
; CAR LOAD MILK C3WS SATURDAY
: -I best remedy for coughs and colds. Pine Barren. While we are loathtc I IH&ms
I I iHiss Celestine Quina is expected JUNE 9, AT 10 A. M. AT McILLAN and at
i' //jr A. D'Alemberte druggist .
I .- JI hcme Saturday from an extended & TURTON'S STABLES, W. give up Dr. Finlay, we feel that w.
a ,
-4 l.17(, S S' visit to Miss> Hamway in Greenville,' VEST INTENDENCIA STREET. apothecary. are fortunate in securing the servicesof
a ,, Miss. Miss Quina will visit in New Dr. Dey. '
[
.e 4 the home. junelt. Ice Cream Supoer! Tonight. Mr. and :Mrs. C. L. Wiggins went {
S : Orleans on way
I I The ladies of the East End church i to Bluff Springs yesterday: to attend
.. S I The many friends of Mr. John FRATERNAL SOCIETYESTABLISHEDAGENCY will give an ice cream supper on the. the funeral services of Mr. George

t I F. Pryor will regret to learn that he HERE lawn at the home of G. W. Curti3, 70S I Hall, who died at Century last Tues
Friday nrsht,June
Cervantes street,
confined to his bed by m-: E. : day.
is again this firm'sfirst
anal fever. One of the best fraternal societies 8:, for the benefit of the East End I Mrs. Dr. Ford. of Pollard, is spending are

.. \1, in the country, The Modern Workmen church. COME. it some time with relatives and
-4- I
of the World, has recently established' I _' : friends here. grade of Hams.
JC'HNSCN.RICHMCNOWEDDING' in agency In our city. This society I I Miss Ela! Drury, of F1oma oY'. is

AT FARSCNAGE. furnishes first class protection incase I i visiting; her sister, :Mrs. Frank ,Guist. We do not handle their

Miss! Bessie Johnson an::'. Mr.: Will ot sickness accident or death at rea
Richmond of Millview w. re' quietly ionable rate. Old Age BeneSts: Paid FRUITEDICE I WE WILL SELL FOR NEXT TEN second grade ((Eureka

I'H married Wednesday tt the Gad d.en Jp Certificates, and Cash Withdrawtls I DAYS $3 WELT SHOES FOR MEN

M. E. parsonage, by the pastor Rev. are also special features of this CREAM. I AT 2.50. THE M. & O. brand) at all. These

T. A. Rogers. fociet). A locil assembly is to be I -

The bride was becomingly gowned rganized in Pensacdla as soon: as pos- I Playmate hams are put up at
in white voiU'over blue, .wita blue ilb'e. For further information call oa III Pure, rich Ice cream Pastor-Do you ever play with bad I

Mannings and ribbons, and wore a he organizer. Henry R. Wentworth,,. made from Jersey cream : little boys, Johnny! Johnny-Yes, sir.! : Ottumwa Iowa and
i white hat to match, white gloves and 323! W. Zarragossa street, of this city right here In our own Pastor-I'm surprised, Johnny! Why ,

shoes. place and under the don' IOU play with good little boys odds the finestpacker's
con.iiI are by
There were no attendants: but they Meeting Tonight.The strictest sanitary Johnty-.Their mammas won't let 'em.
: the bride's tions, served to you wthI : I I
accompanied by
were Hill dub wilnet I : -London Tit-Bits.
East Bathing
v sister MTS:Gas Boursette of this cit), tonight at the lath house. Bus I rich fruit flavors.combina It is! a \ product known.
satisfying I
who wore a handsome black skirt importance. Chowder wlllbserved. <,: most A Commercial Transaction. I
ness of Cooling healthful II
tion.
and white..silk waist. I
..I: Immediately after the ceremony Bring your frends.: I and strengthening. Cream "My dear lady, may I have the refusal I -

SMART TAILORED MOCEU: Mr., and Mrs. Richmond left fotv: their carefully packed in ice : of your hand for a. week?" I
residence ,in Millview where they will "' A. M. Cohen Pu-chases! Business.A. and del'vered! : to your "A we kTI; y, I'll give you a refusal -II I
Shops catering for the smart trade tached either: collar tif the sam I that viil last torerer.-cIeT'c' I
: be "at hcme" to their friends Saturday M. Cohen has purchased the poultry home.
t-e showing tailored shirt waists! sim-'I material as the waist a- linen collar:1' night. -.,; and egg business of H. M. Fetzer land Plain Dealer, :

!"!ar to the above illustration. Thi, I' and which tie are, or again auy'ofthe favored! tailored this summer collars,i.j --0-- md will continue said business at it;!! =--- I Sol Cahn & Co.
Barcelona Inten
:lodel will make up prettily in any of The waisrillustrated-ljTfinished dowi q Mrs. Alice Quina and family go present Phone stand. 803.ARBERHOPS and COFFEE, :: Conilderate.
iencia. Sell-That horrid Mr. Hansom Insist-
'he summer materials. The front has the front flap i ,with.pearl buttons, bui .down the bayshore this morning to I
!itree-inch tucks at either side of the there are ':such & wide variety of buttons -. spend the summer on Big Bayou.. Hot Biscuits and Rolls every ttf upon kissing me last night Belle I The Pure Food Store.
top, which -gives the desired breadth being shown1 in' the shops that; -4- WILLREMAIN morning at 5 Why didn't you scream? Nell-I didn't
I
:hrough the bust. The back is plain. one may 'select! something especiall 'Miss Hettie Church rEt med Monday OPEN FRIDAY! :: I I Wtl1t! to scare the poor fellow.-Phila- Southwut Corner Palatoi and Intendencia -

Cle fullness gathered on draw strings suited to the fabric used. This waist l from a vist: to relatIves' and dell* la Ledger I I 'lI .'

il' the bottom The sleeves are the can be converted' into a lon'sleevedtailored [ friends in Milton and Bagdad.. Notica fs hereby given that our barber :, Phones I28 j I
ttmtortable and fashionable elbow stylerwttirstitchsa cuffs similar shops will remain open on Fri Kandy Kitchen Cafe.rn4S.pajafoLPhone I Secret I i.I !
-
:cgth rather full and gathered Into to, the collar, if desired, but foi. Mr. L. S. Brown. Mr. R. &Caldwell lays ti.l: s. p.. m., beg'naing! today, Mayme-Is Clara a g od girt to tell a I ,..

L straight two and one-half inch the warm weather the elbow-lengtl I .'and Mr. A. M. 'Avery, Jr.,'leave June. 8. 999 secret to? )Ia de-Oh. my, 'no! Why, I .>
band. The neck is finished with the sleeves are--more. comfortable. A.'d I to-night for New York. They will ; COLUNS BROS. I 1 sne'll never tell a 'Bool!-Chicago News.
ti&Uon band to which, may be at-! chic' looki 1.. I also visit (Washington, Philadelphia, COLLINS & PONS.







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I. Every Advertisement. These c0Iwi4': '_ Read by



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1 We' Are Giving You The" REAL ESTATE 1 I. S. BROWN 6 CO. t -'_, .. -




1!1 The Man With Real Opportunity. Sure Mon to yEast Make I I tBARGAINS. Real Estate, Loans :,.i STQPAMOMENT"* <' "*



,and Insurance WE HAVE SOME BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE WHICH

I Estate to Sell. I Hill Lotsat |1500-Neat' cottage in good neighbor WE BELIEVE W INTEREST YOU. IF YOU CAN'T LOCATE

hood. splendid shade and large: THEM BY-THE DESCRIPTION GIVEN, CALL UPON US AND WE

North West 1-4 Block 12, lot ''For few days only.. SHALL BE PLEASED TO PUT YOU ON THE GROUND. WE CAN

should not hesitate in the least regard to putting his : $60, $70 and $80. West .lots $1600--For, two "blocks fronting i 300 ONLY LIST,A FEW. CALL AND SEE OUR COMPLETE LIST.
Tract 6
proposition before the public at lar e. That is exactly King feet on Bayou, good house and

what you are dang: when ---_ ___________-___ $350.00 several outhouses wharf, all L $26,500-r-Tie} property :Known a3 "KUFFRIAN'S PARK," including
$ L00cASH. under fence, good water. This race tract, 'dancing pavilion baseball and shooting grOllftl1S',

LISTIt 10 of the prettiest building also to be sold qu'ck.; It is a large dwelIingand over 100 acres pf land. '
I YOU GET ON OUR '
!I bargain at the price. $17,500-A: 'very deslrab'e! 'business lot on Palafox St., near Gar and 50 cents per week. i lots in New "City, overlooking $21000-Gets 10 brick stores which I (A BARGAIN).

is being demonstrated every day that entire satis, l the Bay. can be made to bring $175.00per I $12.500ilart'e lot (159; by 224 ft.) on northeast corner Gr.! '.r

faction is the result of deals which are made in month.$20OOQ..JSplendid. and Spring,Sts/ .

this manner. It is our business to find buyers, and No Taxes Several beautiful lots in warehouse site closeto $1J,500-Two store buildings and one dwelling (all rented) *ur
wth; our experience it is much easier for us to find "*' R. R. and water front.If large' lot, East WTIght St., immediately east of union depot

them than for you to make the attempt. List your No Interest! the residence portion of you have property for sa'e list $6OOO Modern. dwelling. two-story, on corner lot on North lull EXcellent ;
property withPensacola it with 'vs. We'l sell it. neighborhood.

I have 300 lots at above North Hill. Telephone 918 or.call at office. $1,50o-Lar one-story dwelling with 6 rooms on East Inten'1pne

201% Thiesen Bldg. "We Sell Lots." street
prices and terms. They'will For prices and particulars $750.00-All"0t-" Jo. 66, West King Tract, containing 24 lots
,
Investment double in value before paid apply toHcDavMHyer -
Company
for. WANTED

A. H. D'ALEHBERTE, City Manager.. WANTED-All owners of poultry to
I
DO YOU KNOW that you can buy HOOTON & WATSON.
in this and never Company know that we are agents for the celebrated
W. H. KNOWLES, President. R. B. SIMPSON, Secrstiry. property manner :
Conkeys Poultry Remedies
J.E. STILLMAN, V..Prej. ash Gen. Managar.Rael KNOWLES RYEK, Trtuursr. I miss the money? Guaranteed to cure rape, cholera: Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.
DO YOU KNOW
that a great many
L state, loans, General Investments. people throw away more money in a Agents New York gape ana to kill fleas, 1'ce: and mites.
their wonderful F.: PHONE 54 No 37 S. PALAFOX ST.
I week than it will take to buy one of Life Insurance Company. Also egg producer. i P. O. BOX "L "
215 South Palafox Street Pensacola. Florida. these lots. Are you one who does? S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. 231.ISapr. .

jL _
DO YOU KNOW that if you buy a 8 E. Government Street. C' ItiIIIf
few of these lots that you are not only WANTED-The public to know thai f .
saving a little money each week or Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. we can do all kinds of repairing -

month, but that before you finish paying float building, horse shoeing, etc. J. r-i' : I HOTELS.

Wiiin tihio InValue i for the. lots you buy you can ---- -- I G. Welsh Carriage! Co. 27feb % --.n

SURELY LL for a handsome profit WANTED-Young men and young women fl THE CEDARS-Summei ,- Mr
possubly DOUBLE WHAT\ YOU PAY? house. Open all ,
to enroll with us for a course bummer i 1-*"
A Good Profit in in stenography or bookkeeping and fishing and bathing. For ra -
qualify for good positions in the fall. dress Mrs. A. R. Shipley, Man; Est- '

Inside We have more calls for business students -. Fla._ _ _ 3Jlln" ,;'

LESLIE E. BROOKS This1 I I r than we can supply. Phone 900 COMMERCIAL HOTEL- nF in ?,,

for special summer rates, day or evening Fla.-New management; new i ;,,,.
Phone 462. Fisher l sessions. Pensacola Business colI I 11 nished free
Building ll I ; bath and sample! JOoe": ,

of a Year l lege. I .,/ = good meals and good beds Tra. :.

WIANTED-Agents to handle a novelty ,- ing men especially solicited Ra j.
, o HELP WANTED Block 368. 404. 8 lots in block in alarm clocks. Apply at 502'2 per day. Mrs. M. H. Stanley Pu op29may.

,: -....... 373 and 2 lots in block 319, 6th avenue, between Jackson and .
l That Is what a great deal of real estate In New City. Will sell all if Gadsden streets. ajunelw* 'I'I -
I in Pensacola is going to do and W.M.i"TEID--Good man to work yard sold quick at . .. .5700.00 II I I McCASKILL HOUSE, Freepon F,, -
and house. 619
in N. Baylen St
, some of it is in the following list: WAi' TED-Your stenographic work. Good meals 'good beds. Patron''
I!, Sjune.WANTED On "Wfest Romana street, four 5 Pensacola Typewriter Exchange, of traveling public bolcited Rao
:': Half block in New City, fronting, Save 'both by conferring with us 315% S. Palafax St. Phone 37a .
room houses in the $2.00 day. Mrs.1. MtCivProprietress. < : ,
\\1, CalakmJa! square . .. ..$750'when out to buy REAL ESTATE. Sees -A cook also washwoman." ;I i3t renting section of very the 23may. i NOT A HEAVY ,LOAD. per .Tii: '
' I u about some of the following: Small family. Apply at once, 243E.
Half block in East In with
King Tract city,
prospects
I Store N. DeVillier street, renting Gregory St. Gjunelw good $100.00 cash and ,balance in monthly
PARK '
settled neighborhood.$703: for an increase !n the value HOTEL-Why pay JJ 50 ? :
'I for $180 per .$1500 I of the property, houses all Board and Rooms. payments will purchase a cottage on day when you can get as god()._
One-fourth block Toledo square.1New I House on North "C" street, cheap street with
\1AINTED---At to West together
on once, young man Wagner ,
u and bed for Coolest
50c.
. . . p ac-
''' new. >
City . . .. .$800 a .$600 II], work in store. Apply The Tea Store.. $6000,001'List six (6) lots. This property is increasing Pensacola, ?"
House I 1 BOARDERS WANTED-'At 226 N. AlI and you can go out and gt
on East Aragon! street only
Lots on 11th and 12th avenues, New .$650 I 6june. your p'ropert' with me and I 1 I 1. c niz' street; nice, cool rooms, goodj 1 I i in value every day. \PrIce $700. what you want to eat Onu hi! )ck\ tWill

i City at. . ... . .$200 ,
98 will sell table; terms reasonable. Mrs. Dora I,: postoffice. J-IM:
acres of good farming land, a GIRL WANTED-to work In tailor it.-: I I ALL OF THE MAXENT: TRACT:
: 200xl32V- feet on East Kill carline bargain at .$ with Donaldson. 27mayl6t WEST OF "C"; STREET SUMMER BOARDEWS Ti, ,
shop. One experience prefer NOW FOR H. ;
. .. .. . .$1250 Four blocks In West King Tract,, MONEY at the! market, rate of interest 'I I .
t red. Apply C. Abt, 137 E. Intenden FOR P..E'NT-one or two newly fur-! Hyatt is now open for spr.ug and M iii-
Lots in East King Tract or West e .. $1000 on city real estate. I SALE: ,
.
.
cia. 3june nished front rooms; southern expos, mer trade. People who \ '-" '" ', -'
: King Tract very cheap and on easy i We have numerous other proper I IMA'RKET
---r'1 ure; with privilege of phone. Location -1 MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST I and build up the Hyatt i i- "n'- piac-
terms. Improved property in West j ties listed with us and it would pay : i I .
BRANCH MANAGERS WANTED S2Ji) desirable! and near business center Hotel Hyatt is the best and n> '
King Tract netting 10 per cent on In. you to consult us before making your, cash weekly.! Live at home. Ex-i I i 422 W. Gregory. ISmaylw RATE OF INTEREST. I I to-date hote1 north of Allan ., t 11.. "
i investment
vestment perience No canvassintEnclose J. W. Bullock Jr. I MORTGAGES located .
We are in receipt of advices from I unnecessary. FURNISHED ROOMS-Centrally lo: ON REAL ESTATEs ; plenty to e..t. u
Sea us in regard:; to Lake View Hay. ] stamp for particulars. '"
Aluminum water; cool nights; I'\F-:!
the fire insurance companies represented cated. Best rooms in the city; cool, IN THIS CITY BOUGHT AND SOLD.
en Property. Prettiest place in New Co. Minn. .
Hanger Chatfield healthy; no mosquitoes; no maid4 j'
by "That all clean beds.
us losses In 128
Cai- Apply
% East
Room 405 Thiesen GovIernment
City and is on Bayou Tcxar. Bldg.
ifornia conflagration will be promptly; Sjunelm.1WJA.NTED St. 4maylm, home-like place to rest: ; 87 nl"
IB .
and that I II north of Atlanta on L. and N. rail: ,
paid THEY
, D. Hale Wilson & Co. TO FURNISH WILL ABSOLUTE CONTINUE 50 Laborers. Apply at Phone 161 THREE, PLEASANT ROOMS to rent''I I I Fisher Real Estate Agency D. M. Hyatt, Proprietor, Ellija: tn19maylm.

once. Goulding Fertilizer Co. 27m I j; with privilege of light house keep.j .
: j INDEMNITY AGAINST I
i i LOSS :1
Phone 234 15 South Palafox BY 7 i ng. 301W. Chase. 3upr: COLLECTION OF RENTS A
FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE FOR SPECIALTY. OLD MILL INN-on bay front i'p':;,
WANTED-Men and boys wanted
to
: ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS. learn WantedH. PLEASANT place to board on North Phone 87. 205 S. Palafox' St June 1. Large airy and de I u;,:''"
plumbing plastering,
brick* .
Protect your home and business '! Hill, on car line. Address No.8, ly cool. Good fishing bath!: i :
gainst loss by fire by insuring withus. laying. Special offer' life scholarship 1! ] ALFMAN-Tin, Copper and Sheet care Journal. 27mar boating. First class table. Ohtrie 0'

; FOR SALE fifty dollars easy payments? Iron Worker; 'cornice work and skylights ,,. car line 15 minutes ride fron < .
i position and union card : l a specialty; ro fit g, gutteringand .Old' newspapers at five cents a bundle For Farm Turpentine or Regular boarders and Iran er '
: ESCAMBIA REALTY CO. free catalogue. Coyne guaranteed:1 repairing. 315 South Palafox St.; at this office. They are all clean Timber Lands Terms reasonable. Address o ';
; New
eight room house with hall, 10th Schools New York, Chlca Phone 560; residence phone 1316. and nice. Inn, Pensacola Fla. 4aio
Ave. and 16th St. This place has to be 204J4 S. Palafox Street ISmayly. t 2junelm. LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall
MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL*"; .. '-'
seen to be appreciated..51750 I Telephone 1052. I on or Address ,- General agents for State, for Home WANTED-Everyone to Know that WANTED-D. B. White' wants Miscellaneous ville, Ga. Nestling among :h- : >>!11.
Lots 3, 4 and 5, block! 140. New! yourhauling ,. Turner & Aypnard ..
. Life Insurance Co.. of New York. The Journal has nice, clean old pa. and transfer work. Satisfaction wuvuwww-uJwuwJmnnunJNOTICEHaving tains of North Georgia. An .rVa! :> d'

City . . . . .. .
: $603 pers for sale cheap. Only five cent guarnteed. Address 1501. installed machines I. Real Estate and Abstract Co. to rest. Scenery and chma-f : : '

Blocks 125 and 125, Petterson Addition a bundle. 9th A fe., or phone 390. for the manufacture of galvanized!:I P. 0. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs. Fla I passed. Beautiful walks ,,aj! I, .p..
L water front, new six room iron cornice skylights, corn'ce: 'gutters Ii i 365 feet piazzas. Accessibk t > n ifl

I house on same . . .$1,600 I Some WANTED-First-class narber for col: MATTRESSES RENOVATED- 1'ec I circular mouldings: etc., I am now points of interest. No mo 111t: ',
Block 63 East King i ored trade. Ring 10101 ring or tick furnished if desired. Guaran I prepared to do sheet metal work of FOR RENT Excellent table. 1!'nl! ia, ,r>"*
Tract.$2,600Lot
call at Sylvester Campbell Store,near teed. Crapet taken up and mattinglaft : all kinds on short notice. Satisfaction .-'n, -.J- _, BROWN HOUSE-DeFuniak Spr ns-
: 7 to 14. inclusive, block ilL dummy depot, Warrington assured. Estimates
Fla. If desired. Leave orders at cheerfully Good beds -:la' '
FOR furnished "
New City . . . .$1.6001 ii New Bargains 24 apri. Greeu & Watson. Phone 193. 7aar given on work in or outside the city RENT Cottage or airy rooms r
. Chas unfurnished on bayou for summer. meals; free bath and samp!? 1i: '
B. 18 W.
Vetter Intendencia.
I See th,Pmto W.ateydLsplay at Hoo- Phone698. Fine water front for boating, bathingand Special attention to traveling) r-j
J.A.WILSON&Co. WANTED' ton's Pharmacy. James McHugh 25maylni fishing. Beautiful location, near 1 Rates $2.00 per day. J. R Hi"w:

in flfluWUU1tWUJ%SWflut t JWut.tfljWflflfl d wholesale agent. Ijunelm I SANTA ROSA-Pavilion, L. S. S. of car line. Address Cottage care Jour. ]Prop.
fers the best accommodation for nal. 6june *
Real Estate L HOTELS BOARDING>l SF.S
Agents WjA'1\TifED-Young! man, 32 years old[,1 WANTED-Everybody to call and bathing and recreation to be found on I AND ',
I
City Lots : with wife and two children, wantsposition : see the Perfect Pantry. Lawhornand the Gulf of Mexico. Launch Leclair FOR RENT-2 nicely furnished -&fore laying your carp! "r m-

Salisbury Building Room 7 as woods' rider for turpentine Blackburn, agents, 109 E. Government leaves city wharf daily at S:00 a. m. rooms for rent to gentlemen only. ting, buy a supply of old newspai Ito
(
__, firm. Has ten years experience street. 27maylm Phone 659. Ch.ls. H. Burton Mfcr. Apply to Mrs. Hester, 420 W. Chase put underneath and protect I' Onl
u 8 LOTS one block from 16th References furnished. G. P. Slont-L 12may. St. Phone 1095. 2junelm, five cents a bundle at this ofir'! >

Ave., car line beautiful loca- Lock Box 232, Marianna. WANTED 12 or 14 foot skiff. Apply -
gomery .
d
FERRELL HOTEL F': :
If will look | Sneads "
tion for home if taken at : you around the house
8june2t* stating particulars and price. FOR RENT-A. R. Bingham has stor.
,
REAL ESTATE once a. .. .. .. .... .BargainENTIRE 1:, ..' Thos. C. Watson. 37 S., Palafox. you will find a lot of ways in whica for Rates $2.00 per day. Nice roam-
rent suitable
youan use old I age room for furniture I good beds table the best. J M I F.
newspapers. You
BLOCK 219 West WANTED: good family wishes to 27 may. can buy them in or other goods. 104 and 106 ell, Prop. I 17apf
any quantity at this
King Tract. . .. .. . .$400.00 borrow 100. Good security. Can office. They South Tarragona street Phone 639. I
be returned any way desired. Address OUR MOTTOHOnest weight ana are put up in bundles, H_TEL VERNON-Rates $2 P<"' day
8 LOTS in block 109, West King Aaberg. Pensacola. 7junelw. honest dealings. California Evaporated convenient to carry and sold at five FOR RENT-A nice 5 room ,' Special rate by week. Spec ,i' &
BARGAINS cottage
Tract . . . . .. centsi per bundle.MATTRESSES ,
Peaches 15c per pound 2 lb S. on N. Spring St.,- with,bath, gas, eta, ; tention to traveling men FrK ->a'i
23 LOTS in block 126 in West$250.00'1 "iA.'nm-Y'Ou to save time and money : il for 25c; California: Evaporated Prune AND FURNITURE-- at $15.00. Inquire:; Fisher Real Estate'pie room. Mrs. J. P. Mauldin, Pr-p

King Tract . . .. by seeing Geo. B. Ivey & Co., 520V- lOc per Ibs., 3 IDS. for 25c; fine London Mattresses made to order; old ones Agency. ', ljune\ ISapr. ___ __
Tour property sold and rents collect.d 4 LOTS in block 45, West King 6th avenue, between Jackson and Layer Raisins 2 Ibs. for 25c; Heinz Apple renpvatei New ticks furnished I /HOTEL SOUTHERN-open u :.1. 'a*

% and prompt returns made on same Tract if taken at once, per I Gadsden streets to buy' clocks and Butter. per crock 40c. E. B. Hoffman Second hand furniture bought and FOR SALE OR; RE1'fTfi'Ve: room i' year. American and Europeju P"

Give me a call. Remember the place. lot. .. . . . ..$ 70.00 watchs. Sjunelw* & Son, 57 E. Gregory St. Phone i sold.Upholsterin'g' and repairing gone. cottage with bath aigas.. No. Special summer rates. F.rst.<'"a-s! B
Office No. 12 E. Government street in ,, 825. lomaylm L. 114 ,.E. Belmont' St., city phone 771. 1107 E. Cervant.es:street, Two blocks Pleasant and evfMD'

Music! House. A few bargains to off ci in Homes all Parts and of other the city.property for sale W5LL BUTLID HOUSES-on' installment J Davis Mfg.;, Co., ,j;. :T._Davis, Mgr. from street car. Apply' to" H. W. Jent every Mrs.respect.T. L. Bo wen. Pioi P"-n

today. plan or cash. You own the WANTED.-All kinds or electrical. TAILORING- L. Diamond,' Tailor i .. Gibbs care of Forbes Store sacola. FIn.CENTRAL: lljIr'
;;5 lots. Dallas Tract . .$250i Money to Loan on good: real estate lot I furnish the money and build tt work. I sell all kinds of electrical Gents': tlothlng cleaned. pressed 26maylm. - '

8 lots, block 45, W. K. Tract. 560' selurlty at market rate of interest. house. You pay monthly, same as batteries and; other electrical supplies. repaired ,on short notice. No. and HOTEL, CIUPLE -p.
'8 Iota block 171 N. C. . .Bargain rf'nt". in a short time;house is your.. When you need me ring 345 or 951. West Government St lfl J depot Large and well i Ig' ;n' i
S room house, Gajsden street. 3600( Pay rent 20 years, it still belongs t.0 E. W. Peake new Star Laundry bulb Idea Pensacola. Fir FOR RENT-Two. story!S room house, rooms. Free sample room \l'.i- .l.

2 houses N. Barcelona . 1900 Thos Pebley the other man. Will also put down ing. E. Garden. ISdee.. I other with gas, hot'and cold water and all I; all hours. Special attention to 'ra. ,
6 room house on 7th ave..1200 wells with good pump. 2-inch galvanized COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressing J. H. PORTER sallmauer: 716 South;- modern conveniences. Address'or elbl'g men. $2.00 per da)'. J M T- :

A beautiful home. new. oa car PHONE 559. pipe, with brass cylinder' attachment .; and Cleaning Club 212 N. DeYillera Palafox street. Orders taken for apply 41 E. Chase street._. lOmay' gle, Prop.c1IIPY. JSiri-. .

line.. .'. . . . . 2500 will make water fly from a well St., Mrs. T. J. Davis. Prop. Your patronage tents awnings, camp stools and house FOR RENT-Elegant HOTEL-Can Set" l m !,
6 room house, E. .Cervantes, 2 4' 40 to 100 ft. deep, and 'so easy a child solicited; satisfaction guaran cots. ,et. Prices Teasonable. 31 jar. dencp, corner' and two-story rest-I Prop. Special attention to 'om'J '-
blocks from line . ..1400C can pump it. Costs but little Strong Spring Sts.
car more teed. Careful attention given ladle C' SHIP CHANDLERS-AIcKmzle Oert- Apply to C. H. Turner. ; clal travelers. Free sample an- J"I
-
Iota, Dallas Tract per lot .". .$ 50 FOR SALEAll than the old dug well. All satisfac garments. Phone 1222. gfeu ii& Go. wholesale and retail shjp lOmay: I rooms. Large rooms with good ."'Ij'!
before :
'* lots, Wfest King Tract per lot 70 tory F. you pay a cent. Get my i WAN'TED--Carriages: repaired and chandlers and grocers, only flrstclasbOUS FOR RENT-.Two very desirable $2 per.day. 13ni,r" ra
prices. M Williams repainted -
a S; lots. New City Tract S. front I kind of real Contractor of kind: in city. Fair stores first
estate for prices to floor of
sale or all. on Manhattan
floaty built to
. and Builder, Room SOS Tniesen BuildIng ; order; horse and day.
.-. .. .. .. .BargainZ r rent North Hill East ( hotel. Corner Garden BAY t'TEL.-open nJgat
R. Andalusia and Hill vacant Phone 802, 1 ring. Ijunelm shoeing a specialty. J. G. Welsh C ,r. MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP- and Baylen: European plan. Rooms light aal
lots, square on ,
lots. Some Just
choice completed and
very ones at Co. : arranged in firstclass
car line.. .. . . : ...55 0 good bargains for homes investment riage bWANTD.E1ectrIt Willie. Him, Proprietor. Furniture I. shap. For'tarns clean. Transient trade sol! '-Jt'",1
Choice lots fronting Bay View or WIANTED-Copying or office work t to ; work or all kini:' repairing of all kinds, carpets I' etc., apply Hooton & Watson., particulars 575-579 S. Palafox. Js,3. S. Nicolt'i.:
:
Park .. .. .. ... .. 175 One large lot on R.,R, good factoryOr do in afternoon. Address W., care Let us clean your (ana. recair our laid. furniture packed for shippin? 29Apr Prop.

,. I room house, E. Gadsden St. 3600 warehouse site. One water front Journal. SJuaelw* dynamo do jour wiring etc. Paonj Phone 63., .' .Next to Tampa Landing.I FOR RENT-:-Secoad story ever Lla- -

5 room house, N. 7th ave. 1200 lot that a purchaser could make no 570. Pensacola: Electric Co.. 255 3. 22April- denstruth's Jewelry"store.. Suitable

6 room, house E., Intepdencia St 1500 mistake to buy. One 40-acre farm! WrA1\"TED-To buy 10 to 40 acres of Baylen. CARRIAGES 'repaired and repainted. for offices sleeping quarters or storage LOST .. -
S room house E. Cervantes St. 1400 and one of 160 ac'res, both near Pen surburban property close to Pe 5a' WANTED.-The Mercnants Transfer; Floats' built to order. Horse shoeing rooms. Lee DanielL 4 re--u.nr1. -rJU-S.rJ-u-J.rJtLr .r r -

2 houses, N. Barcelona St. .. .. 1900, sacola cola. Give lowest cash" price with lo Co. wants your moms and baulln a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage 24apr. LOST-one lady's gold wah'1 w R
:A beautiful home corner S. fronton Four choice brick business houses cation. "Real Estate care Pensaco :All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tao* Co. '_ 27feb I I FOR RENT-8-/oom- fob. Monogram on fob L R

car' line. . ." .. .. 2500 I on Palafox St. for sale. Fine investment la Journal. 3june2w. sen. Proo. Phone 978. 18Junelm.W :318 W. Belmont Apply; 2-storjr to Cottage Walker turn to Rosenau & Gerald aMy 7: e
reward. 2,
store and receive
Contracting, house repairing leaveorders property. Few choice ofilces ;
,- ; ,for rent. WANTED-We want your orders for: ANTE .-The public to know that !: Found Itgraham April20( 1
telephone 476
or and the same )
: frill have 'prompt attention. Turpentine men all get rich, and I 1907 Art Calendars.. Over 300 prlginal 1. old newspapers can be bought at I WANTED.RealEltate'; LOST-iPointer pup asout 6 wePK-heai ..;,::1
have good turpentine business for> designs to select from. All this office for five cents a bundle. Theyare FOUND-Calico pony. For information for sale or White with liver colored II'
sale cheap. 15 crops boxes plenty: prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensaco- all clean and n'ce. apply at stables at Fort Barran rent, lea or .exchange. Your bust. spot on left shoulder and bao '1.

N. McK. OERTING with round boxes.timber good lease seven on which together la. Ififeb.- WANTED-To sell a lot of old papers cas. ojunelm.* ness, Red respectfully Estate Agent solicited.2234W.J. A.. Gor-Wilson 1200 ward N.for E. return St.LOSTPansy. to Dorsey FII'"Jjr"!:V'.' :
; years longer. ---
1 at 5c a bundle. Apply at this a f. ernment street ,Room 7, Salisbury
Write or call and see schedule ofpropsrty. WANTED married couple wants a fice. They are all whole, clean and AUCTION SALE. building. Phone 172.. 23jaa: breast pin with dIn ..'"]'" !
cottage or part of cottage oa waterfront _
nice. CAR LOAD MILK COWS SATUR.CAY. I eith r
,
-- center lost Monday
Notary Public for the summer montJ s,.. Either JUNE 9, AT 10 A. M. AT Mc- A. R. BINGHAM has storage room torrent depot car line: on Tarragona o, id,,'
furnished unfurnished.
H. T. CRAWFORD or ,Give
: and In terms. W ANTE D.-A. R. BIngham want I MILLAN &., TURTON'S STABLES suitable for furniture other road wharf or possibly at \\,1":3: ;
particulars first
476. letter. Address your moving and hauling. He WEST INTENDENCIA STREET. offic! :,
Phone South f j guarantees goods. 104 andJOi( South Tarragona boom. Reward for return thu
315Vg pa.r !x Street Summer care Journal ljune all breakage. Pions fijto 6june41. Ft Phone 63P JOnoy 30Jnal12.1T ; *




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Double Yotir Money! Navar Stores. {IAUSIEY 6 COMPANY j jH Joppa Joppa; Lodge Lodge,, No.6.No. 6, I.I.0.O.0.0.F. P.. >.: -I -.,


All kinds of real estate in West Florida are steadily and rapidly Savannah, Ga., June 7.-The naval meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 t

,,mising in price, and there i is no chance to loseif :.you invest your stores market closed today as follows: o'clock :at Odd Fellows Hall. Belmont !

money in It Prices have more than doubled within the past three WnM! .. .. ,.. .' ... .. .. .5 00 COMMISSION BROKERS i ii ani Baylen street Visiting brethren -

>pars': We have some nice offerings in all kinds, of real estate; inV WiG. .. .. .. .. .. .... ..4 85 arc cordially invited. -
; her large or small tracts \\ e-' can sell YOUR :!lands, no matter N. .. .., .. .. .. .. ..4 65 T. H. FLEETWOOD, N. G, ; .4' ,

where they are. MOBILE ALABAMA. I )f.. .. .. .. . .. ...4 45 I II WEST INTENDENCIA STREET PENSACOLA, FLA III Jw.. GINGLES, Sec .' l .: .

K. . .. .. .. ._ .4 35 SljanGm.Pensacola. J' !
BUTLER & SIMMONS I. .. .. .. .. .. .. .425 i. ,f"' t!
.. .... ... ..4 Private Lodga No. 3, K. of P.
CITY OF PENSACOLA IMPROVE. H. .t .fl .*.; ** 20 I Wires N. Y. N. 0 and Chicago. ii' | 1 .' i
LAWYERS AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS,. MENTBONDSDenomination G. . .. f* .. .. ..' .. .. .* 10 ,,. meets every Monday evening at 3 1 i !

CHIPLEY each. Dated F. .. :i.. I. S. .. .4 osE o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall 'f f. :? :
FLA. $1,000.00
Jan. 1; 1906. Maturing Jan. 1, 136.! .. ... .. . .. .. .3 95 I COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS I over Pou stable, W. Intendencia St. : .t j .'J:
Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. f.: :
--- ---I- D..3 70 I
..- Redeemable Jan. 1, 1926. Interest
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: payable semia nually. We. offer for C. . . . .. .. .350 i I J.A.KlRKPATRICKCC. 't.; .: ;
sale these bonds subject to prior sale, Spirits Turpentine 57& cents.JOBBERS' | Bought! and Sold! QQ Margin or for Investment. I H.HORSLERK.ofR-&S t i :4<\".'t" ::

: For Sale Professional Directory in amount to suit purchaser. Correspondence 0 Ak Meetings o. the 't: : t.L ,. ;,

....... 4 .- _wi invited. 1 Reference: First National and Peoples Banks. Phone 1173 Knights of Coiumoua I I ; ;; .: :
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TIt' DRINKERS AT'l'EmIOXIfHl The People's Bank of Pensacola, QUOTATIONS :' are held at their hail, : "' ;

\; wanr a delicious cup of tea' try Per.sacola, Fla. ............. .. ................................ No. 8 West Intenden- \ r. :
'.(v.-" Own Blend it is supenor tci any T G YATES M. L PENSACOIA PRODUCEThe cia street, on every 1\, ; i
..',, tea on the market. Only 60c %.t1:9': :Monday evening at i l '
:V;: :pound.: A valuable ticket ia every !r1rf 7:30: o'clock. An in. 1 I '
''I"l'W Orleans Grocery Co. OPTICIAN local produce' market showed 'r.v TitaU a is extended 1 :
'
*'a! Do Yon Want The ;
pjjoii: ; I'tjJas.' )ICl Ugh, .Prop < 30t>.., THIESEN: ,BUILD1H, several changes yesterday. Beans D.I. A0- C. E 'L. tojlsitmg *Knights. I ;.t ':
;iJUIlI'. and squash tooka decided drop, while JOHN B. JONES 1 :.' -1. ;
.. new onions advanced considerably J. S. LEONARD, Grand KnIght 1.:,.1.I : !.

{ SALE Finest car load of horses WM D. HOWE, over the former price. New Irish potatoes Recorder. !i' :
H-ceived in Pensacola.I McMil- dropped from $1.15 per bushelto '.
l 1n t-u-r& Turton, West IntenQ'e cia St. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, BEST $1.06 to $1.10. Strawberries showed Something New Daughters of Rebekah. ::1 Jt : !

14V2 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. :. an increase-of exactly 5 cents per Naomi Lodge, No. 10, Daughters of. t : :
6J1ATh\ _ _ _ continue Rebekah, meets 'J' .
''Lemons to advance, every Monday J : ;
,"" ,r. ,"_ '. quart. PROTECTS BOTH YOU AND FAMILY ni'ht .
FOR SALE-Remington typewriter. being 50 cents higher per bQx than at 8 o'clock. I. O. 0. F. hall. Visit 'j : :

lU'ffl.," care JournaL 6junelm! previously quoted. LImes can be Secured Ing sisters cordially invited to be pres. i .. : :
at from $3.50 to $3.75 per box ent. ... :
Caho A. Redditt
ManagerIDELITY
fOR SALE< Retail grocery store, .. Fishing TackleTennis and $9.50 to $10 per barrel. MRS. B. R. WITKOVSKI' :.: -: :

down town. Apply A. Greenhut. & Local quotations are as follows: MtSS WILLIE_KENDRICK. Sec. t '
(o; 5junel6t Butter, Western Creamery 25 to. ,26c M. E. B. A. No. si, i' : .
meets first .
___ .. .. MUTUAL INSURANCE CO ana
Golf, Baseball and AthleticGcods Butter, Renovated.', .20 to 21c third Wednesday evening at 7:30 j '
See the Pluto Water display at Hoo- Cheepe! . ... .. .., .14& to,15c m.. RaSord Hall, No 10. Intend ;
and West
tons Pharmey. James McHugh, the best Phonographs records Eggs. ......;..... .p. ..17 to 18c dencia street .'", :
ljunelm the best Dog Medicine, the best CHIPLEY, FLA. -
wholesale agent. Grown Chickens, doz.$5.00 to $6.00 A. G. FSLL. Prel :
the best the best I .
Bicycles, Tires Ducks, per dozen.$3.50 to $6.00 -
J. WEENEY Sec.
FOR SALE We have, a lot of k g"', Typewriters, the best Lock and Key Irish Potatoes, per. t?u. 85 to 92c S. A. Ogburn, Special Agent h 'i t-
suitable for flower pots and other New Irish Potatoes, per bbl $3.50 pen acola Lodge NoT?, j7bToTFr !
I Trunk best
Fitting best Repairing,
purposes: also a lot of whiskey, syrup! |1.06 to $1.10 per bushel. MILTON, FLA. Pensacola Lode No. 4, I. 0. 0. F., ;), r.-
barrels which suitable I I. of Gas Lamp, and last, but not least. the meets every Thurs .a; ve ing at 7:311 I t.L.; -
and other are Squash, per hamper. ,. .$1.00 (. j: .
for packing: crockery, or fish and cured DR.J.H.MOCKDental best Roller Skates? Beans, per hamper . . .$1.25 at the new hall on Belmont and Dayle' i' ..: f '

of barrels j _- C -_ '_ __ .-__ '.' .. streets. Visiting brethred cordially !!Mi S _
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meats. We buy all kinds Why go to New Onions, per bag. $1.40 to $1.50 r- -'''- .: : : : -:--- : :-:"' :: ; ; ; :"- :: ;'; i i'i !. .
and re-cooper and clean them. Supply New Onions; .white, 'Per bushel. .$1.50 invited. E. GREENBLATT' i, S
always on hand.' If you need any Surgeon Onions, new, yellow, per bu. ..$1.00 J. NEVILLE Secretary. i I ,;; i

barrels, or have any for sale, ring us Onions, new, red, per bu . 41.00 W. 0. W. -5:1.: 1": -
up.: Phone 235, residence phone 591. Crown and Bridge Work a Spech ty. F. B. BRUCEPENSACOLA Louisiana and 'Alabama Cabbage. 2 U. S. Mail and Banking Live Oak Camp No.: 1, W. .O. W. j : ,

Pensacola Cooperage Co., Geo. A. Painless Extracting of TeeU. bbl. crates . ..$2.25 to $2.50 meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd ;,
Vucovich! Pres., No. 9 S.Alcanlz.. 28/2 S. Palafox St. I FLORIDA Strawberries, quart..15 to 1H2c Wednesdays in each month Vlsitlnj: ,; :
1nidln 7 and 9 Old Armory Sullcll 3. : Lemons . .. .$5.00 to $5.50 sovereigns cordially invited. .

Phone 1077. Limes, per box .. .. $3.50 to $3.751 F. A. BOGHICH, C. C. t f.
FOR SALE-A lot or old newspapers.Put Limes, pet barrel .. .$9.50 to $10.00
up in bundles convenient for .- w 1 Banking by mail has becme very pop LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk. :
For SaleFOR
carrying. Only five cents per bundle. ular and common. Send us your sur- .

Apply! this office. I I SALE-For, sanitary purposewe Woman's Shirtwaist TIMBER-MARKET plus money and let it be earning you Pensacola, SI Andrews and i \ .
CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton &.I have in stock Ground HydrateJ

Watson have just received a large Tennessee Lime in strong paper ba'gs, hardest thln' Lumber is not as firm as it was five I something. We solicit accounts of Gulf Steamship Co. t 'i
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Is one of the sin :
-apply of the latest city maps showing 40 Ibs. at 25 cents at. ware house. A.I or six weeks-ago, but the market is .
all of the subdivisions. The maps are V. Clubbs, corner Gregory and Alca- the laundry business to han extremely steady, according to figures STEAMER TARPON. ;. : I
official and down to date and are dle, and for this reason we dealers. The timber
niz. June submitted by sawn One Dollar and S I
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!ttounted on heavy linen. Regular make a specialty of shirtwaists market is steadier than hereto Upwardon w. Q. ; 3ARROW Master..

price $2.50; special price on lots of FOR SALE Economize by purchasing here The greatest care is -exercised ,fore while the demand for both lum-!I FIRSrCLASPAS3ENUEI: ; Ao"ilJ S ':

five or more to agents or real estate choicest of lots on East Hill at all the way through the ber Sand saifn/JImlier-s! strong. No I FREIGHT SERVICE I- .:
men. Hooton & Watson. 8may, $300 per lot, no present."need of paying prpcess of laundering so 'nO large sales during stheweek In the local which we pay four per cent interest -! etwwJlPENSACOLA. ,,-
$400. per Jot and $750for a 30 foot I damage ..Ia done and the shirt. MOBIL APALACHlCOLA. i. -S
market were reported.
FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire strip of barren sand. Three beauti. waist leaves here and reaches compounded semi-annually, II CARRABEllE ST. AN. -, -
hogs; best of breeding. Ask for ful sites of five lots each at $1500 for you with all the daintiness of a "- .1- T Resources two and DREWS. MILLViLLE. :" -- :.
catalogue. Carl Setterlind, Chipley, G. B. Burnhans Testifies After Four over a. quartert st. ';
each quarter-bloek--not over 100 yds. new one. ''Send us yours. I And all points on Andrews Ba>

Ra. from electric 'car. line.. A, V. Clubbs! J 1 Years. ,. .million dollars.. .. I Carrabele! and Apatachicola.SCHEDULE : I_ -
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of Carlisle <
G. B. Burhans. Center. ,
8june 1-
FOR SALE OR RENT :Two. lighters! ; The Star SteamLaundry. -
Feiis&cola Bunda
N. Y.: writes: "About four years Leave 8:30 .. '!
one with capacity for 75-thousand ft. 'OR SALE-I will sell three north- for Mobile Ala '
a'go I wrote I'\1 stating; that I had BZ.
]limber, the other thirty thousand ca ;?:east"jccrner lots-; block 140 N. C:, been entirely. cured.of: a severe kid Leave Pensacola Tuesday 8:30 p.
). Rates reasonable.: Also twp overlooking the bayou and facing a for St. Andrews, Millviile Apalaciicola .
trouble )& taking- less than .two m.,
skiff boats for saTe cheap, 22 ft. long I j'I putolfc"square": 'bo dedn'-eachside ney y Carrabelle! and intertnediata S
Fleys- lGdney"- ,Cure. It -
bottles of : FIRSTNA..TIONAL
5 ft. beams. Telephone or write J. A.i j I by a 100 .ft., street: for |650.. N.. McKenzie : 37 & SarOen 8t Phon. 114. entirely stofbed. the b.k.dust. sediment BANK j points. .;

Chaffin & Co.. Milton. FIn. 25aar. Oerting. Sjuue, Penucola. Fla.L o and pan| and symptoms of kid- For additional icforma'lon J. R. SADNDKIUJ apply: ,tj ,

ON THE HIGH LAND-East HUl FOR SALIr h'ave" "twelve exceptional -: ney disease Disappeared. I- am gladto FLA. -
eec- -- --- -- OF PENSACOLA, E. R. COBB, Pr lldent.Gen. S
tric car line six lots 100 ft. front lots In: northeast New City in Lake' say that I have never had a returnof : Frt. and Pass. Agt- -.
!by 137& deep, corners $700, Inside View Haven locality; the land has al any of those symptoms during the 1 Pensacola. Fla. '! S
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W. H. KHOWI/BS.Pre s. W.K. HTER V.-Pres. and Cashier.
!ota $6GO. There are no better situa. desirable 'elevation and the title is as four years that have elapsed and I am i 1 ._ T. W.BBIST and W.N. BOBERTS Asst. Cashiel'l.I i'
tions than these lot*. A. V. CluWbs. clear as crystal; slaughtered at $60 evidently cured to stay cured. and: I DIRECTOB -.J'.0. Brent. W. 1. Blount. W. H. Knowlei. W. K. Hrar, J? .
-- ----- per lot, if the whole. Is- taken. N. Me-' GULF CITY COFFEE CO. heartily recommend Foley's Kidney!' D. a. Brent ROUND TRIP SUMMER < < ;.
JUST RECEIVED--Large ol ,
shipment Kenzie Oerting. gjune Cure to any one suffering from kid. !
imported Olive Oil. Retail by pint, bladder trouble. For and I'
SXLE Roasters, Blenders and Shippers of ney or sale by
FOR -Poultry farm near Big
/gallon; or larger quantity. G. Morasso W. O'Aremberte, druggist and :
Bayou, eight acres under fence. CONVENTION RATES : 1:
6 Co., ship chandlers and'! grocers. 701
apothecary.
South Palafoi. 4oct. Good boating, fishing! and bathing. F. Fine CoffeesOUR FOR N. Howell; Warririgton, Fla. I Round trip summer excursions from < :
SALE.--lmpro1el1 and unimproved 3junelw* Changes Flan Bird. I C.W. LAMAR President. JOHN PFEIFFER Assistant Cashier.M. east to Pacific coast ant'
From a to a all points 1 r
property in all parts of the city. COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL E.CLARK Vice.President and Cashier. J. W. ANDREWS, Assistant Cashier.
J. Wilson &; Co., Real Estate Agents!, MARINE' AND STATIONARY ENGINES The story of the early life, transformation I northwest from June 1 to September : )
Room 7. Salisbury building. Phone for sale.. Wonder Gasoline GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL.Marine and final death of the Chinese 15, with, special stop-over privileges ; ;

111 23aa Engines are' the Simp'Uest, strongest quail is the most remarkable that is THE AMERICAN NATIONAL 'BANK good returning to October 31, 1906. : ....1
and best engines on the market for found In the ornithological literature of N. E. A. meeting at Los Angeles L ;. ,

FOR SALE-Three yoke of oxen and the money.Send for catalogue. Ed the world. The narrative In all its un- OF PINSACOLA, FLA. July 913. ; ,
log cart; good team in good condi- Co. Elks meetin'g at Denver, Colo., July I J j. -
B. Banks, Pensacola. Phone 1377 Grocery
reasonableness is found in the story of DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. !
DESIGNATED
!uon and working every day. Price and 577. -Sjunelm* 1621. 1 t. _
which is the
the Chinese
$300. Call or write J. A. Chaffin & om chung, name to Colorado! June 1 .
QU 604 CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. Summer rates 1 } ,t
605 S. Palafox St. ,
FOR SAL quail is known by when at homein S
Co, Milton Fla. 29aprlm I -Herd fine Jersey dairy to September 30.( ; {
!t cows with well 'established milk :Phone: 725. the Flowery Kingdom. Celestial authorities DIRECTORS. Hotel Men's Convention Portland, I! i.. .
FOR SALE-Lady-s saddle, extra route. No competition.. .Cows and on bird lore declare that no 2 -28. ., it ; \.i I IUJ
V. J. VIDAL! F. E. Brawner Ore.June ; (
Frank Rellly ,
Manager.We Henry L Covington,
fine
good Shepherd dog also ,
; ; business first class! condition. ApplyS. specimen of
brand Dictionary.new Century Address Encyclopedia 1102 East Gads-and(I ._A._Taylor, ,"Century_,' Fla.. Sjunelm* carry a full line of Imported and I to live a year; that they do not lay J.Bryan M. Dunwody, T. F. McGourln, J. R. Saunders, of the Southern Pacific from New Orleans i .1

denst.or, phone 285. 9mayAUTOMOBILES.l TEA DRtNKERS TTENTION Domestic Groceries and Provisions. eggs, as all otter known species of A. M. Avery, W. ". Milton 0. E. Maura, ; Union Pacific from Kaaaai ;i': It

I II J I you want-a'delicious cup 'of tea, try We want your patronage.BUTTON birds do, and, finally, that their progenitor I .W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzIe Ocrtlnc! ., City or Chicago. 1 ;;. I
am agent for the I "Our Own'Blend It-Is superior to any Is a .slimy, four Jointed worm, t Alex McGov\in C. M- Covlngto M. I E. Clark. Through Pullman tourist cars fron; i I II

Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell autos 1 1'I dollar tea on Hhe market. Only 60c which has a red head and a sting oc end the Private I Washington, Atlanta, Montgomery I
;you deposit boxes for rent tJ2J0$ $$3.00 $5.00 year. apartmentin
Safety St. Louis and
I
from 500.00 up. They cost less than per pound. A valuable ticket in every PRESALLZi' the end of its tail. This queer seacoast connection for the convenience of customers. etc., and from Chicago.
horses to keep up. They can be run package {few; Orleans Grocery Co. worm, according to the curious legendof to California. U i I
ia Eand or anywhere a horse can go. Phone 105. Jas. MoHugh Prop. iHf om chung, lays 100 eggs annually. Four per cent interest Paid on Time Deposits. Write me for literature and lnfor I : !

Leslie E. Brooks. I I 7june. Fifty of these become fish and the other mation. ;: ,:...
J. F. VAN REXSSELAER,, \
FOR SALE-Ten new and second 'FOR SALE-Pair: spotted ponies 5 fifty are worms of the same speciesas General Agent *._. ._

second hand office safes, different years old, sound and gentle. Donkey the parent The fish that has come .- 124 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga. ; t ,: !
Eizes, best makes at bargain prlcei ,. and cart; 'just, the 'thlijg for chil Intoexistence in this curious manner R. O. BEAN. T. P. A. : t I

Scarrltt Moreno. office East Govern-]I dren. One cheap farm hurse, one good also lays 100 eggs a year. Fifty of r. BILTON GBElI PaIlSIDu T. m. WICLL1I:8.: VTOII-PBeSIDIIN' G. W. ELY. T. P. A. : ,( !
lIlent St 24mar mule. Hinman&: Hecker, Century, these become water denizens after the R. K.BUSlINJ' .C BUL MANSFIELD MORENO, J'.CuIuu
I I I Fla. 23rnay image of their parent, and the others
FOR-SALE-Nicet clean old newspapers. ..., Citizens national Bank -
'FOR SALE-Second band 25 H.P. become birds of the famed om chung 5-
All whole and useful at homeor !
in your store. Only five cents.. per''I boiler. Will -seU cheap. Apply to family. These om Chungs, pr Chinese of PensacoU, Florida.DIXIC1OP.S.. [ MS'LLLAnDff.
bundle.: New Method Laundry. 13April quails! .never breed, and are only :
MOTTOThe W Wrlcbt. Morris ar. T.E.Welles. Ri% 5!. Robinson. L. Hilton GreID.A .
brought into existence as above Gee.
REGULAR JIA.CK LINE-From Chip- related. : ,
roR SALE : We give the above not as literal Cf JVCffAL BACKING BUSINCSS TRANSACTtO .
-Fine pot flowers. ley making connections with mall a fact, ;. !
Apply 1408 E. GadPden! St or phone launch {or.points on St Andrews bay. but as a specimen of the'Chinese Idea ; ., I.>

*53 6-rin'gs. Mrs. J. J. Rogers. Extra teams for travelIng en. Good SImp1ed-SIIfeIIt-sa.rm- ffl of eyolutlon. ---. .-------------'- --- -- I r'Y I .! ,. !,
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rna'lm. comfortable vehicles. H&odieat1D4 only Perfect
horses, Call on -
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S: DIP No glass filler .
FOR SALE-Lumber is now cheap at or address J. C. Sinclair.' Chipley' Fla. -oo ink.to ij>m-M clogging Blo&ragblea a* a, Stlmnlni. kr\ I IA&t

Joel Prater's lumber ;yard' on Bay- Telephone.:-No' 7*. 28apr or ihaking.; I We cannot help living-la.gome degreethe I L. I'

ien :Str .et wharf. Get his prices and ia YODllmply tie picture preti)tad the the battoafa pea ilia lives of heroes who;are constantly R MarY; CAJR.: db CD1. JlJfIoA-: ; ( [

build you a home beforeprices .ad Money to Loan. IA ft(.fiftthi o" In,our minds. Our characters are constantly 4 i Wtol.ale and BetoU DMlr 11 !

vance, which is sure to come." :j -- '-. Writesdialnat&ntlt being modified, ;shaped and Steam, Domestic, Anthracite f\ fA I I
3aiaylm.: i t touch.the paper, molded by the suggestions vrhich ,
MONEY TO .LOAN-EverYbody. borrows are and Blacksmith W W M L. ; I
FOR SALE-A fine piece of waterfront from -Jno. AHaIl'Co. p thus held. The. most helpful life stories :. .> I
*money & Eagle$150 Office-No. n South Palafox street. Telephone 93. :.
( property, 50 feet front on West :Government street.' :for the.average youth. are not the
E. Whtu-
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Bay Shore at the foot of Clubbs street i''ia need.call"on UK T Jfeblra Flash II meteoric ones, the unaccountable ones, Yari comer Tarragona and Gonzalez?- Btreeta......hones < and 872 j !.
*ith a 4 room house front and back the astonish1ng'.ones, like-those of-Na, --------I L--'T'j '!
gallery, has nice wharf 250" MONEY LOANED oa-all kinds of perfoaal leon Oliver Cromwell I' !
a about I No.15 with 14 karat solid o14 I Ii p and Julius '
feet long, running out to deep water' property 'on short notice.- i pen point-belt nUcuuzed j Ca. sai. The great stars of the race 1 I I II i.I !;
Jt B. Gray- & Co. 2 W. robber IDol NOTICE. I t f
fully
from the 'Terms easy. gaanatcti.
front gate. For fe a Phone U65. lfeb most boys. They; admlre, but 1I I I $100 i : !, ;
It will be oJered at only $1500 Romana. Ea&le"FIuh"No.2S with gold bands$2.50 they do not feel that they can imitate pursuant to the call of the Democratic -; IL41 I ; ;
tuh. Apply to Jos. I. Johnson, at MONEY; TO, LENEP- On good real es -Flaih" No. 26 to Executive Committee IL ;
: & them.. They like _read ,their lives, County A reward of JlOO'-w-ill be giv a forth i
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Friedman & Co.'s store. 5may security, Or on good collateral, lam size $3.00 1 1 I. t: : 3-).
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tate E. withgldLad.$4.00 but they do not get the helpfulness and there will be a second -;: capture of Jaqe Hane), escaped I.
at lowestrates. Leslia Brooks election .held on:: S 5t 5 t. ". .' "
toR ,SoldbyStaMoen' encouragement from them that primary 1 from convict 'camp. Description: 5 ; .
uatlon SALE-Fine in the city hotel for site a tourist: best ho.tel. sU-- Fisher I'ulidlnfr; 21an ud Other Store they do from reading the lives of those Tuesday, the 12th day of June.candi-i 1906,';i: feet 7 inches; -136 pounds; medium THROUGH SERVICE !. ,

1, 130 feet fronting south by 172 feet 1O NEYLOANED on ail kinds oIsonal r- i doetD't Aifc YOUR dl DEALER.the If he who have not startled the world so I for the purpose of nominating :! build; age 21} carriage erect; brown VIA i, ,'I:' I
deep on East Government street, over I property, .OB short noUee. "FLASH" Fountain JOG Fea Eagle tben ranch. It is the triumph of the ordinary dates for the following! .offices: ;]; eyes, black hair; complexion black; L.&N.E.&T.H.andC.&E.L.. .

Coking Seville square and Adams Terms easy. J* W,-.Bollard, upstairs lead*. Bach the retail atwtaelT price: direct WB ability which is most helpful as Two members of the House of Rep medium forehead; medium ears; round,. Vestibuled Through Trains Daily n ;'L;. !; ..
Erect: with open view of Pen cola 28% South--Palafox. St.,.Phone 1144. pea fatuteed. an Inspiration and encouragementThe resentative.One nose; medium' mouth; good teeth; 2 NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO I t"4. t .1 I

lay| $10,000 will buy the pr Pl1rtt.; : BaoT Pencil Co. life of Lincoln has been an in- C&unty Commissioner, DistrictNo. round chin; short neck; square shoulders HSLEEPERSANJDAYCOACHES 'f..! ;', I
Upr. Eagle length of feet 10 inches; vaccination NEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO i i q 'I
UNLIMITED amount ox money to loan finitely greater Inspiration to the world 4. ;-'ij: ; .

"-.---- : ::clQft on' alT kinds of p>e r.t onal property. 3V BrMdwar.Uuufactaren. New York"bw.N't than the life of Napoleon or that of FRANK REILLY 1. scar on-left; arm. D.H.HILL.UAXO.P.A.dINING CARS' SERVING. ALL So L MEALS iOOfiS.EN/ell.ROUTE Alto ,t I ;.-. ,'. .<'

SALE-Nice. clean old newspa- Special rates baslnes's men on large. Julius Caesar.-O. S. Marden In Suc D'ALBJTBERTE Chairman.' YARN BROTHERS CAMP, .I [alVUf..& IMk NAtHVIiU. TII4. I '
A. H. I
pers at five cents a bundle. Thi of. loans. The NewYork Loan Co.. 204H cess' Magazine. Secretary. Cantonment.!I S I
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'. trimmed ths leaden,
.," : Shreveport, yesterday," whit Memphis TRANSftRS T r[ iO
T* got together and stoppei he victorious -
career of Atlanta. Atlanta hal ,
won eleven straight games when Ba., band ,,, a.a '

Summer Oxfords his men..hitthe: "C ai im-All, Burg, Following is a, list of tae real estate
but after eleven innings of hard ball :: is
transfers recorded .yesterday, re- is heavy i #a'1Pnialt ,,
the,
afternoon, very ;
playing yesterday 1 ported by the Pensacola Abstract Co.I;
Crackers were compelled to lower Wm. A.. Blount, Jr: to' Leslie B.I 1, ; OOD !
for a)
their colors to Memphis: It was the Brooks, Win. Sargent and John B., good youtI7is .

Every pair up-to-the-minute. The first time in nearly. two weeks that- 1 Vaughn,' Leslie E: Brooks half, Wm.' extremely light' in '
is also
Atlanta, has been defeated. Sargent % and John B. Vaughn % un- Gerst beer

for foot comfort is Montgomery is gett'n'g in ling natl for divdeJ! interest in block 322 and 3,1| 'alcohol-the small amount opportunity
I is
if : '
a winnin record crimp New City Tract, $1 and'pther cons'djerations. '
put in the Sleepvllle tew.1'aney's:,, : f cent):greatly] aids digest on. '

knocking at your door. When you men have won SIX straight battles.i iMuscogee Lumber Co. to Robert tonic and tits mineral salts,
The a ,
honors, hops are
The contenders for booby Henderson:, Sec. 32 T. 1 N. of R. '31
introduce feet of Nashville and Little Rock cot together W., $1 and other considerations.P. build up the bones. The water, pure water, flushes
to pair .
your a former triumphed. L'ttIe'Rock and is eminently i good for you.
and the K. Yonge to Henry M. 'Yonge and1< : the system of waste,
might accidentally trim sO ll$ Aubrey Maura, lets 43 and 44 aad EJj 'sterilized
aged and perfectly ,
junior school team. i of 42, in block 40 of 19 Arpent Tractl! \ GERST beer is thoroughly of view it is a .
Crosser Hanan Shoe Tne drubbing that has been) and considered: from every possible pejnt <
Douglass worst
or .administered to a club in. any league;.I ft Trustees and other Paafox con@lderatons.I M.% E. Church, temperance food-beverage that i is truly good for you,in every ( I

was handed New York in the National]I'South to Harriet S. Kyser, so much :- ; ) sense of the word. .

You them of solid comfort yesterday by Chicago..: The battle I of Arpent lot 36, Old City as.is. embraced 't -
assure as hot between the'two
for the rag is r in the ollowing boundaries:
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teams, but Ch'cago: "rubbed it in by!I ''Beg>:nning at tie SSE corner of the said -, : Keep it at home, and call for it, a{ resorts

long as they are worn, and they'llwear licking the Giants br.score of 19 lot extending in a northerly; directfgn;
to 0. It was awful 'MteGraw must on line of Palafox St. 167 ft., thenca L i.r

I till long after their cost has have gone for the water. -can to drown \){. on ,a line parallel with a line"on : the WM. GERST BREWING CO. v -
some of his pitchers.In
'. Chase St 102 ft., thence S. on a line
the Sallie league, Augusta, the: parallel with line' Palafgx St. 167 Nashville, Tenn.
a on
; been earned. Prices'range from leader, lost a double header to ,Co ft., thence E. oa line cf Chase St. to

lumbia. -* w :ft\ point'of beg'nning! $10,000 and other f PETER BELL, Wholesale Dealer

$2.50 to considerations.. J JOfficials

$6.50.'f STANDING AND RESULTS IC. C. Yonge, Jr. and as trustee to =
P. K. Yon'ge, all grantors right,

and interest in block_ 299% New title'l -
Southern League. Tract, $1. ,
THE WHITE STOREPhone pibn Lost 'Pct. C. C. Yonge, Jr. to ---
JOHN trustee ..
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Shreveport. ,28 Yonge and Audrey Maura, lots 43, HI } ., -- =--W': '
Atlanta. . . 28 18 609 and Eof 42, block 40, Donebon! iNSPECToRS
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225 205.-207: S. PALAFOX New Orleans. . ...27 19 587 Tract; also EV oflnerarity point, be- r[ T AND Safe Fire1 Insurance Companies.
. Reliable
21 565
Birmingham .27 ing in Sec. 15, T. 3, S. of R 32 W., tlM .
. . 563' _
.1.__ __ .. Memphis 27 21 and other cons'derations.C. .
iIIn '= I '
Montgomery. . .,21 25 457 C. Yonge, Jr.. trustee, to ,HenryM. \:- whtn fou Insure your house, furniture,. stock of good
-- :-- Nashville . . .18 30 375 Yonge and Aubrey Maura, lots 9 .' etc., against damage by fire you want to know that when!
I I I Litte! Rock . .:11, 33 250 and 10, in block 319 lots 1, 2, 5 to 10, CLERKS l[ K ARE[ the fire 'does come you will be fully protected: If }m,

i A BlClEDUCTIONIn Inclusive 15 and 20, in black' 373\ fractional i i'N I '< -. ,have',afire :poliCy.iq .any of. OUF twenty company:
i HlrrIN NW[ i i Yesterday's Results. I I blocks, 368 and 404, New City II I there'll be'no .trouble about satisfactory settlemen'
Memphis 7, Atlanta 6 ((11 innings.) ,, Tract, fractional 10 A.: in'&'c. 3, T. 3, Everyone of them paying, their full losses in San Frat!,

'. the Amount of Birmingham 7, Shreveport 4. T. 2, 3. of R. 31 W.., $100. and other I Cisco. '
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'Montgomery 2, New Orleans L considerations [ED

; r Arrived. !i Nashville 6. Little Rock 5..#. Henry M. and Aubrey Maura Insurance Gen'l l A
Wentmoojr.Br; ss, 2,508, St. Vincent Yonge 'Kn-owles Bros *!3
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HEADACHESSlnce.the to Hyer1 Bros. // to Pensacola! Investment. Co.. lots' 9 I Fire Life Pcnu old
Atlantic '
Hubert Fuller, Am barkentine, 679,I South League and 10, block 319, lots! 1, 2, 5 to 10. ,
!f Nash; Port of Tampa, to C. W. Oli' "WVm 'Lost Pet, ,!r inclusive; 19 and :20! in' block 373, all' i -,.. ""' .-.
P fi !! ver. Augusta .. . .28 16 636 j IOf fract'onal' blocks '368 and 404, all! Democratic: Primary "
ii People Are Using Columbia. .. ... 23 21 623,I ,being in New City, lots 43, 44 and E%' '. -
Paolo Angelo Cleared.Ital bk, 1137, Bozzo,I Macon .. .' .. 22.' 20 622: :i of 42 l in block 40 Donelson: Tract, fractional June 12, Designated by Executive I .....+..NN111..NN..*...00L$.........................

r for Genoa with 68,000 feet of sawn'' Charleston 22 500,I 10 A. in 'Sec 3 'T. '2 S. of R. 31
timber: and 746,000 feet of lumber. I' Savannah. .' .. .22 23 489'I W. Also Ets of 'Inerarity point in Committee. Iron Work$ Supply Co. i
l BronioEVina. Jacksonville . .17 27 386Yesterday's Sec. 15, T. 3 8. of R: 32 W. less 100 A., j and

C VESSELS IN PORT. $1000 and other ('on !derations. I
Manufacturers, and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS
Ii A. Lischkoff Leslie E. Brooks and Clerks appointed by "
Results to ; Inspectors < FORGINGS, MILL AND,! STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP f.
I Steamships.Federica I Columbia 1-4. Augusta 13.) :: Wm. Sargent, John B. Vaughn Lesile I the Democratic Executive commttee J REPAIRS A'. SPECIALTY; Prompt attention given to ai'! orders
For Salo by Aust ss, Zar, 2261, New Savannah 2, Charleston 1. } Brook's %, Wm. Sargent 3t. and!! of Escambia County, Fla., to serve in < day or night. Agents" for' James McKay t CO.'B celebrated lag and
': Orleans, to Gulf Transit Company. Maoon 3 Jacksonville! 3 (13( innings) John B. Vatfghan yt, undivided interest -, the Primary Election to be held Jun t
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:1 White's t Timber: i Dt! $, also chain of all description; Once phone 123 Rest *
PharmaCYlj Barendrecht. Dutch ss 2092 Hock I In blocks 21-7 and 302, New City, 12th, 1906, are as follows: deuce
phone 1029. P. 0 Box 133. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. g
'!; PALAFOX stra, Rio Janiero.Exmoor I National League Results. $100 and other considerations. Precinct No. 1.-J. W. Cherry, Will .1...t.....100....o..Neo.oe.64 t a t 0 ..e:0: .6oeo1010oe
i Manufactured by I Br ss Storehouse. 2297, St. Louis 7, Brooklyn 3. Leslie E. Brooks to Geo. W. Howe, Rich, John Henderson, Inspectors;

G. VAN ANTWERP & SON, 5iadiera to'Hyer Bros. I Cincinnati 3; Philadelphia 2 ((11 in- lot; ,11 to 15, both inclusive .block: Victor Goldbach, Clerk. Aihey,. H. C. e.m.NH...+.:.;+..++.oo...060.->++*..++0>...... .+.
Mobile, A'a.WHAT'S! Goodwood: Brit. ss, 1977, Brag, Rio nings.) "" 140, New City .Tract, $lOt) and. othereonsiderat'ons : Precinct No. 2.-Floyd
I De Janiero, S. Co. '.. t Miller J. F. Helton, Inspectors; J. A.
W. Keyser I ]: ,
Chicago 19, New York) 0.BostonPittsburg i iI
Guliue, Br ss, Harrison, Charlestonto rain. Geo. W. Howe to Leslft E. Brooks i White, Clerk. WE INVITE THE LADIES
t J. A. Merritt I :.: all of block 108.( ; W King 1 Tract, less'l Precinct No. 3.-E. G. Brewton, W.

r THE John L. Inglis, Am. tug, 98, Sheldon American Results. ts '21 and 22, $100 anj'other!, consld-j; W. Fell, W. W. Kirksey, Inspectors. ;
New Orleans, to J..A. Merritt. League!:! erations. ', :. | George A. jflorrill, Clerk. OF PENSACOLA I ITo
Louise Ger ss 1480, Bohndorf, Rat Detroit; 7, Washington 1.Cleveland'4 __ __ __ I Precinct No. 4.-J. H. Raines, E. I .
; Boston 0. n.e Inspectors; I
werp to J. Schreyer. Padgett;'J. P. Landgreen
Recorded 6. I
USE New York 6 St. Louis: 4 ((13 inings)
Peturnia, Brit. ss. 1093, Frankland, C. P. Gonzalez, Clerk. call at our office at any time they chose to insper' .
1 II Charleston, to Julius Shrier. Chicago-Philadelphia wet grounds. W. J. Williams R. A. Bonifay and' 'Precinct' : No. 5.-A.H Bailey l Wir.. gas cooking ranges; hot plates and push button device= \

t complaining! of the warm weather, If I Senator, Brit ss, 30491, Pyle, New Orleans R. H. Bonifay' .Jots,46, 47, 48. 49, 50 and I!. White, J. J. Shelby, Inspectors; Louis ,for. light'ng the. gas.. ".. :' ,; *
A. Brown. Pensacola vs. Barrancas. 51 in Sec. 39, T. 4, R: 3J N. and W. Frater, Clerk. :
iIi s t, you stop in my place and take a look'I i One of the fastest and most excite 185 A., $1000 and other considerations.1W. Precinct No. 6.-S. R. Tate, T. j' '

at my summer offerings you can't help ing battles that has been pulled
p feeling cooler.Summer Ships. Pensacola this season is expectedwhen Bon'fay.a'lofSec.' 1, EVi of the NE#,! O E. Jennings, Clerk. .
the crack Fort Barrancas team 1 SW4 of NEH and Eli: ef SW%. Sec.! Precinct No. 7W. N. Williams, B. .
Canara Itl. ship, 1495, Repetts, Ge I and Pensacola clash at. Palmetto t I 2, T. 4, N: of R. 31 W; also SW& of' H Hastings, Thos. Rutherford, Inspectors 0 Make ,it cheapest and best AF. lighting and cooking pu.- 4
L I ShirtsCollars noa, to Master.! Beach this afternoon. Thre) is ai SW%, Sec 36, T. 5, N.'of R. 31 W.! ; W. E. Tucker, Clerk. I 'poses ''Money sav d is money made. fPensacola

Harvest Queen, Brit ship, Forsyth great, but friendly! rivalry between Also a portion of Sec. 39, T. 4, N. of Precinct No. 8.-Henry Chalker A. i
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attached, all sizes, from 50c Rio Janiero: to order.Nordstjernnen the two, clubs for honors- the baseball R. 31 W. described as ';follows: Beginning C. Fillingim, A. H. Odom, Inspectors; das Company
c to $1.75. Full line Nainsook. Gauze. Nor ship, 1,635. world and. the contest wil be for at a point at the! W bank of' George Gibson, Clerk. .? I
t Iraksea, La Guayra to W. S. Keyser blood. the Escamhia river 18.18 chains N. of Precinct No. 9.-J, T. Fillingim ILl t
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''.' T Balbriggan and Lisle Underwear, from I & Co. The Pensacola team has been S. boundary line of Sec. 39, 33.63f H. Gray, J. B. Huggins, Inspectors; 1 Phone_ '148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. *
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I 50c to $5.00 per suit, as thin as tissue Barks. strengthened during the past few, chains from the right of of the P. P M. Prltchett, Clerk. I 2 r .
i paper and wear 1 rIte iron. .. I Antigua, Nor bk 1348, Ferguson, weeks and is now considered a forI L. R. R._ thence' W. 'way 17.41 chains, Precinct No. 10.-Rube Henderson,\ ...11...1..0.........1.........0....................,

; 1 Everything else to match in New Orleans to A. Zelius. I midable aggregation. Barrancas has 1& N. 20 chains, thence E. 21.58 W. T. Godwin Ben. F. Bryars, Inspectors : ,-'

k; find texture. price De'gregori Gio! Botto, Ital bk. 1294.I several of the old timers and new' to the Es-ca.mbla"rtVer, thence. ; Burges Bryars, Clerk. .. ar ......
Genoa, to Rossasco Bros. 'blood has been instilled and. the boys along the river to point of beginning,I Precinct No. 11.-B. }1. Bryars,

Yours, King Malcolm. It bk Gun, 1233, Ge- are full of ginger and pepper. $1000 and other considerations i t Richard Edalngs J. W. O'Farrell Inspectors Paint Preserves 'and Beautifies the Home.
7 i oa to Huges & Co. I Switzer the New Orleans lad, the Anna Johnson to Sara K. Solomon, ; B. H. Bryars Clerk.
Luisa, HaL bk..1591, Montano, from popular southpaw will 'pitch! for Pen, commencing at a point'on the'N. side Precinct No. 12.-R. P. Reese, H,
JOS.COlEMANI Nolloth to master. sacola, and if in shape will make the of Intendencla! St. 210 ft. E. of the E. K. Davis, J. G. Yniestra Inspectors; Hav you'r house painted. It will prove a good lU\'O'st
I Lake Erie, Itl. bk., 928, Eflgan, Bas- soldier lads go some to achieva vic line of OClva St, thence running E. 60 A. N. Knowles, Clerk. .went because it will'presene> the house and add gr >a'.\

som to Master. I tory. Switzer is known, for his great ft., thence N. at right angles 125 ft, Precinct No. 13.-0. E. White, W. to Its .looks. |AROMA, a ready prepared paint at I",ii''
I 212 Su Palafox St. Monrovia, Nor bk, 1449 Aase, Ham 1 fourteen inning ,game of last year. ,: thence W. 60 ft, thence S. 125 ft. to B. Strickland, J. C. Porter, Inspectors is a low 'cost covering for cottages (barns, roofs, 'r
burg to order. i which he won. The batteries announced .' point of beginning $1 and other con ; J. G. Oliver, Clerk Patton's ,Sun-proof paint for houses and all outside wor
-- --- -.- -- Port Sonoclao, Uruguay bk, 1112. are: Wedgwick,and Rastan I I siderations. Precipct ;.No,. 14.-::F. E. Brawner, 41,50 .gallon. Get our prices on builders' hard war.
Ferres, Mentevideo to German American ] fqr Barrancas and Switzer'und Lurtonfor Jcs. Brown, D. :B. ,Reed., Inspectors; Every; price a. honey. saver to :you.
= J. W. Bullock, Jr. to W. B. Runyan, Clerk. -
11t Lbr. Co, n i "I Pensacola. 'J ., 1 Abe Daniels.
Paalo Angelo, Ital bk 1136. Eezzo.i This ie? a haltholiday'.n'd;\. It is expected %; undivided\ interest.in block 98, New Precinct; ; No. 15.-T. S. Caro, F. E. Saunders Mill
f h' Precursore, Ital 'bk. Schiafflno-, 1508. that the lovers of the national' City Tract, $1000 and other considerations Commyns," F. Mi Whiting, Inspectors; Company,

; Character Genoa to >Rosasco Bros. will be out in force to witness Joe V. Relra, ,Cf.erlvPrecinct"No.16.B. 1
I Spero, Nor. bk, 623, Bostig, Las the game contest, which will commence on R .C. Caldwell to C. E. Ierr tt, an P. Williams, .:. Phone ,7$7. 21 East Garden Street.

Palmas. '. the arrival of the 3 o'clock car. undivided % interest in the W. 541.3 B Faireloth, ,James Hubbird, Inspectors .. .
Sterling, Nor bk, Ellepsen'!] Labta: ft. of lot 11. on the S. side of.Govern' ; H.: H, Bachar, Clerk. -
s Bay to order. 'I went St., between Tarragona St. and! Precinct No. 17, W. H. Kilbee. H. I --
Individuality i iI Schooners. -- Seville square, $50 and other consid' A. Suggs Sidney Clopton Inspectors;
Donna Christina, Am sell McLeod e erations. J L. Hoyt, Clerk. BOSSO'S
!! 165, Belize. ,. Jas. A. Daw" to Daisy E. Rosenau, Precinct No. 18.-J. A. Williams, W. [PONCE deLEON i
i Great ': lots 6 to 11, Inclusive, 'block 60, West J. Brewtoii/'H. T. Enterkin, Inspec Ice Cream Factorycan

Correctness ANCIENT ROMEis King Tract, $1 and other considera tors; R: J. Bowman, Clerk. ..... I
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1 1I i now merely a memory of the past tons.: Prec'-nct No. 19.-W. B. Miller, F. la
1i I 1I Ballard's Snow Liniment is the family Ella D. Thomas to D'iVtd-Hverl) M. Woodr J. P. Dawson, Inspectors; furnish you cream

I I liniment of the twentieth cen Co., at a point 29966 ft N. of S. line 1 A. J.,, Fillingim. Clerk. Special to The. Journal. any quantity. Fatisfadloa

These three qualities are I tury. A positive cure for Rheuma!! Reduction iniEyoGlasses of Sec. 18, T. 2, S. of R. 30 W.. bell*1 Precinct No. 20.-G. W. McCurdy, guaranteed.
r characteristic of our very tism, Burns, Cuts. Sprains. Neuralgia 440 ft. N. of McNair's NW cor., thence, Mal. Martjn, Jr., W. M. McCurdy, Jr.,I Ppnce de. Leo,'June Jj -:Mrs. T. B. PHONE 1326

nobby and well-tailored: it I I i etc., Mr. ,C. H. Runyon, Stan- running N. 180 ft, them E. 345 ft., Inspectors;.:Mark McCurdy, Clerk. Barrow of A'abama is visiting her! SAM BOS3O. Prop. -

berry, Mo.,:.writes:. "I have used I thence S. 180 ft.. thence W. 345 ft, to Precinct No. 21.-Preston Pierce, parents Mr. ,and: ijrg.. R: C Gain. I < .
Snow Liniment for Rheumatism and II I point of beginning, $100 and other con. :M. E. Henderson, R. I. Bradley, Inspectors Rev. A. V Reese, of, Crawfords- \
all pa'n.: : I can't say enough in its ; C. R,Vaughn, Clerk. -,
sideratlon.: < Precinct No. 22.::Clyde McDavid, vile, who is. well :>ni':' favorably} 'The 1906 Model
Summer praise.
A.'A., Fisher to 0. T. Lotdall, lot
W. F. Brown, B. C. Jernigan, Inspectors known here preached at the Baptist
E 19 to 23. !inclusive, block 39:E. Kirg. .
SEE OUR $3 WELT SHOE FOR $ Tract. E. cf Tarragona: St., $1325.'Richard ; W, H. Mayo, Clerk. church last evening..' RemingtonSholes -
Precinct JCo.. 23.-H. D. Barrow, W.
MEN BOTH LOW AND HIGH
CUT
P.WiTder to Edward M. Mrs. W. C t Mason vhited her friend
M.I Ct Kelly, IlJ.. Seymore, Inspectors;
SuitsFor IN ALL LEATHERS, 250. THE i
Pittman, part of lot 1. Sec. 14. T: 1, II. C. Kttlam Clerk Mrs. Coleman at. Bdnifay last Sun
&O. I II N. of R. 31 W. described as follows: FRANK REILLY, day. ,

I commencing at a point on the E. lire ttChalririan' of Dem. Ex. Com. Mrs J. Simmons: and childien with its new billing attaehine'.tsand
The East Side. of riffht <* way. distant 281 ft. S. of A. H. D'ALEMBERTE, left Tuesday morning for Troy, Ala: instantly interchangeable car
men. They repre "A city's slums," said a"glQbe trotter, : the intersection with the N. line of '
the Secty.* of Coin.VICTOR to spend a month'ith relatives. riages, tabulator and two COlor
sent best in clothes "are always in its eastern quarter. I : original! grant and runnin E. 100 ft, I
that be had absolutely We are now selling Several young3 ladies of Pones de ribbon movement, is the most complete
can wonder I' thence S. 50 W. 100 _
ft. p.
why? Take New York. Its thence ." Leon are at :Bon'fay this week taking ] combined
honest in
de.
every east side is its slum side. So It is with thence N. 50 ft. to point cf beginning! : the co-anty examinatton.: :
tail You'll be. a happy London. The east; end is the slum end. : $50. Messrs. Johnspn 'and. Brown of tilling andCorrespondence
anan Suit if we put a summer Of Philadelphia, Chicago, Canton and I! "awk W. H. Cal' 'to Leslie E. Brooks lot| SAFES DzFuniak SpPnn.came down Tues
on you. Also Hat, s
Shoes Shirt. Madrid the 'sam thing holds good, as 24 and the E. 31 ft. 3 in. of lots 1; 2, day' night and 'left Wednesday morning
and Suits
II 3 and 4, block 44, W. King Tract, $100
for
$6.00 I know from personal experience.: The ; Morrison: Spring to enjoy .the
to $20. Hats to
up and other considerations. This safe awarded the luxuries of well' known machine manufactured. DeSIgned
that
was resort.
$3.50; Shoes up to $4.00. only possible slums ground I can give -tor' i $2.50 Eye Glassesfor : :C, F.: Schad and Annie B. Conwav to 'grand prize at the I?'rof. C. O. Andrews of; Sneads, js as it,was for fast service, built tor

Shirts 50. 75 cents and $1 city's betas invariably In its Harry L. Brooks, S% of lot 81, b10ckllt World's Fair, and although here visiting' Mr. and< Mrs T. P. An-: bard use, recommended by expert
eastern quarter is that this quarter is 0d! City $1000 and other considerations. inexpensive, it is ctews. guaranteed against wear, it ''*

the and one that is exposed to the harsh ., the best. safe made. I Mr Britton the' rursJ. .route. agent, offered as the idealTypewriter
a unpleasant rigorsof the east (r came from Tallahassee the first or
wind." t. DON'T! I We Keep Them in Stockand the week to :look ov.erjhe route that
$1.25'I' Don't let your child suffer with is soon to be established north of
Explicit.: : I I that cough when you can cure' It with here---------- -'- ,for producing the most good work u
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H 0. ANSON "Tell m!," requests the young per- Ballard's Horehound Svruo', a sure can give ysu Just : The new livery: stable unflir. the -the shortest time with the least effort
son, entering the cure for Coughs. Bronchitis, Influenza. 'what you want or if wehaven of Z.-D. Adair 1st: .
study of the gray I i management : .. ; doing Write today for full description
bearded Croup and Pulmonary' "Diseases.Buy t'got what you want a rushing businett. tot
philosopher, "what Is the difference Local Agent wanted
a bottle ,Jt ws can order it for you r unoccupied territory.
CISH CLOTHIER between friendship and and try .
love? i
I j W A B. B. Laughter, 'Byhalia, Xfss., and save you money. Drop AV tTf ti..E.lr-e.$
The gray bearded philosopher studies j!j D'Alemberte .- : '.. THE AR1THMOCRAPH CO.
the table thoughtfully for writes t "I have two children who had us a postal. i CAR LOAD MJLK' COWS SATUR;. Majestic Bldg., ChicagoJACKSONVILLE.
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Corner Paiafci and Main. momentor croup>: :.1 tried many; different; rem CAY, JUNE .9,--JtT.a0 A. M. AT: MC.
then '
tjvo, is, mutual replies. "Friendship, my Druggist anHpothscir/f/,! dies! but I must .say : your Hore Wm. Johnson & onilnc; MILLAN A TUBTON'4 iTABLES,
eon' a. understanding; lore t h Wd'S.yrupis"l '}J ;.croup. and 1 1W WEST INTENDENCJA1'$TREET.6junett | KLA.
.'. U a:mutual! misunderstanding."-Lif e. 121 South/'Paiafol Street Peritcofj f "Hag;. Cough medicine I ever used." i Incorporated. .1 I 204: West Bay StreetS ,

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