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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 9, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-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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THE WEATHER: Partly' Cloudy Saturday and Sunday; Light to Fresh Sout Winds.

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VOL IX NO. 138. PENSACOLA: 'FLORIDA._ SATURDAY MORNING JUNE: '9, '1906. PRICE CENTS 0

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TERRIFIC WIND *, ... CONFERENCE IS ALREADY

STORMS T BREAKS[ K KIN ** TROOPS. LATE'ARRIVED!TO SAVE-TOO NEGRO.:: *# TOIMPGRTANT I r

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AND RAIN STORM K BEARING EXCELLENT
FRUIT
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#. Ocala, Fla., June 8.--:Jim f:I

I II I R RUSSIAN. *. (Davis, alias "Dago," .the neq.: SPEECHES[[ [ IN -- _
#' gro who murdered< ,. Rusft

Swept p Country Between Hamilton, LMUSING Ir N NOT T &oJ. Felicia sell 'and,- a onTuesday negro..vservant was.at %& ASK K DAMAGES[ I Street Railway Representatives! : :

Falls Ontario # hanged by -maskedy--mob last i
and d Niagara ,. HOUSE[ night. The milit4a lent from # SENATE[ T[ Inspect the Property and Con

# Brdoksville arrived Joo late. ft


Yesterday. SO N NEAR[ T THE[ .. .. . .j t 'f r FROM [EASTCOASTRY1 T TT sider Improvements. ;


DETROIT SUFFERS Clash Between Factions Over the PEACE-IN THESOUTHWEST Morgan- Argues for Isle of Pines ORDER FOR C/\RS/ ;


T TRAGIC I Abolishment t of Death Inquiry and Hopking OpposesSea T f


Joy Blown from Bridge and Eight Penalty Level Canal.. Hew Equipment Will B Be Modern .


Drowned in River. In Every Respect. .
Humorous Haste Exhibited VIOLENT PROTESTS' MADE BY SO. NEITHER MEASURE WAS ACTED
by'Chi- Norwegian Sailor Claims He Was

CIALIST AND PEASANT WORK- Thirty Thousand r Miners Who Have UPON DURING THE SESSION-
TREES ALL OVER THE CITY cago Packers to Clean Up I Abandoned on Board Barges WILL BE USED ON FORT BAR. :
MEN TO RES.OLUTION-SEVER-, Since (HOUSE PASSED 357 BILLS FOR
I
Been Idle April Will
BLOWN DOWN AND MUCH DAM 'RANCAS LINE-DUMMY TRAINS
Since 14 Miles from
Investigation. AL DEMANDED IMMEDIATE THE RELIEF OF CIVIL AND Key WestBy
AGE DONE TELEPHONE WIRESNO Return to Work WILL BE USED FOR FREIGHT
I PASSAGE OF THE BILL. SPANISHWAR; SOLDIERS.:
LIVES LOST SO FAR AS
PURPOSES
WHEN LINE TO THE-
PRESIDENT (SUBMITS. REPORT Associated Press
I By Associated Press
KNOWN IN ONTARIO STORMOF MADE BY Kansas City, June 8.-John Mitciel! New York, June S.-John Murad, a FORT IS ELECTRIFIED: -EXTEN.,
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COMMITTEE OF AGRICULTURAL | By Associated Press of the United Mine Workerssucceeded '\ By Associated Press. Norweigan sailor, has filed suit here
SHORT DURATION.By DEPARTMENT St 'Petersburg, JuneS. The storm:,I I. president early today j after fifteen! Washington, June 8.-The senate today I in the federal court for $2500 damages SION OF OTHER LINES

ON produced by overnight developmentsbroke } hours discussing, in bringing about listened to two set speeches, one i against the Florida East Coast Rail-I

CHICAGO PACKING HOUSE CONDITIONS as soon as the lower house of,peace between the operators and min by Senator Morgan supporting the res-I way. He alleges! he was captain of II

Associated Press t parliament opened today and exposed -,; ers of the southwestern mining district olution providing for an investigationby : three barges being towed by the tug I That vast improvements in the
ON REQUEST : a split between the radicals i the senate of affairs on the Isle .
Buffalo, June 8.-A terrific wind and OF : whereby the l scale of 1903 is renewed -, Dauntless last January to the extension street railway and electric light systems .
and the more moderate element of of Pines and the other by Senator I
: for two years from March 1.' : work near Key West and that the in Pensacola will be made AS-
ram storm swept the country between CHAIRMAN WiADSWORTH. the opposition. I I Hopkins oppos'.ng sea level canal at:
The thirty thousand miners who have & barges were abandoned by the tug rapidly as possible is now what:; .
Hamilton and Niagara Falls, Ontario --- The government decision to insiston 'I been idle since April 1 in Missouri,' Panama. Neither:measure was acted i fourteen miles from Key West b!:!-I might be termed an absolute cer: '

late this afternoon and direct corn* a month's delay before passing Kansas, Indian Territory and Arkan! upon. cause the water was too shallow for: tainty. This developed( yesterday
munication between Hamilton and By Associated Press. the death penalty bill was communicated -,: sas will return to work; the tug. Murad declares he had only:iat the conference of those represent-
I I Washington June 8.Responding I to the house and caused the HOUSE' LABC'RED WITH scant provisions and remained on the I ling Stone & Webster owners of the j
Buffalo was cut off for several hours. to a request from the agricultural Introducing of a resolution demandIng i SUNDRY CIVIL BILLS: barges eleven days until rescued by street railway and electric light systems -

It is reported that the wind blew:;1 committee President Roosevelt today'' the suspension of all death sen TRAINING MEN FOR Captain BetheL of the fishing schooner in this city. : .

over the race course at Hamilton at forwarded to Representative Wads-1 tences. This was a signal for violent Washington, June 8.-With the ex- WGlltesand.I It Js true that practically the entire -. ;

.the rate of seventy-five miles an hour.'I worth chairman of the!' committee, the! protests from the socialist 'and.'WIRELESS ception of an hour, during which 357' day was spent by General Mana ';

Horses were returned to the stablesand i:!: report of the committee of the agri' peasant workmen group. Several SERVICE ,bills for the relief of soldiers in the ger J. W. Leadley Charles Wallace,

many in the crowd ran tb the cultural department which Investigat! demanded the immediate passage of I civil and Spanish wars were passed I CONSCIOUS AFTER sponsor for the Pensacola property,
field and lay flat on the ground to ed Chicago packing houses conditions.! the bill abolishing the death penalty I II I the house today labored on sundry civil J. F. Vaughan, consulting engineer,.

avoid being struck by flying debris. Accompanying the report was a letter declaring it useless to parley with'I, GOVERNMENT ( bills, m liin'g much headway toward! NtCKWASBROKNNEGRO C. D. Wyman, member of the advisory '
the government as acts not wor-ls, HOPESpO SUPPLYJ ,
The rain fell In torrents. from tha president in which he! 1 final passage. board and F. I. Bieler in mat
All!] was over in twenty minutes and points out that there is no substantial! were necessary now. EXPERT FOR EVERY SQUADRON Under the lead of RepresentativeKeifer ing inspections of the property. Tiis
racing was resumed. No lives were conflict between the report and that After an exciting debate the proposition the house refused.to transport party inspected every line in the city
'- was rejected. IN NAVY.Washington silver coins and other by ( and spent nearly all the morning aE|
lost so far as known. complied by Neill and Reynolds., Hey money registered EXECUTED IN ALABAMA
I I quotes in the letter a communicaton':: mail, insisting that the trans J Fort Barrancas and along the route.
BOY BLOWN FROM BRIDGE; from a Chicago correspondent to WIFE WRITES ASKING FOR portation be handled by the express I GIVES SIGNAL TO PHYSICIAN to that fort. i

EIGHT PERSONS DROWNED himself that the proprietors of the INFORMATION OF HUSBAND June S.-Rear Admiral i companies as now. During the argu- New Cars Ordered.
I AFTER DROP
packing houses are manifesting "al! Cowles, chief of the Bureau of Equipment ment it was contended that the west One of the most important troves
The Journal is '
in I
Detroit, June 8.-A report has just most humorous haste to clean up, re-i; from Mrs. Beatrice receipt Creighton of a ,letter of- ; has asked that L{. J. J. Hyland and south want silver dollars for cir' : .... FELL. yesterday was electric the placing to of be an used order
three
for cars,
'pave and plan future changes." The: be assigned to wireless telegraphy culation. .
reached police headquarters that during 130 West Twenty-Second' stu'e-V, I the Fort Barrancas Line. The ,
the storm that swept over this report says: "The haste would bei Bayonne N. J., asking for information :: duty in the bureau to succeed Lt. Commander -, on will be modern in respect,
amusing if it were not so near tra'gIc."iThe !! i i L. A. Kaiser. COMPLAINTS CONCERNING I cars every
early this : :
toy
city evening a was
concerning her husband, Thos.,. I By Associated Press. being equipped with air brakes and
president: says enough has been) It is the departments ,intention that :
blown from the Belle Isle bridge and J. Creighton. When last heard from \ REMOVAL OF GARBAGE for These cars
8. speed.
Ala., June James constructea'
deve'oped to call for the immediate Greensboro
who wireless
thai eight persons were drowned while ,! the letter states that CrefghtonV3S officers are given duty the Fort Barran
will be
Coleman here placed on
a negro was hangd toIl
crossing the river to a resort In Can- enlargement of the power of government -] employed in Pensacola on the trg In the bureau and then1assigned tonal Mayor Bliss- received a multitudeof day for the murder of Charles: cas line which will be electrified aj .' .
inspection o( all meats which vessel shall be employed' ,,' I
: en. as from North
ada Waban. information complaints yesterday
Any leading to Weller also The fast as possible. In fact it is under
a negro, a year ago. !
Trees are down all over the city and ter into interstate and foreign com his whereabouts will be appreciated! t j'f experts for fleets.Y' lv< I.Hill citizens In ,reference to the reputed -l before the' stood that the building of the line id(
county, physician just I
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much damage was done to telephone by his wife at the above addrssJ y The-bureau liopes train omer3'I' non-removal ,at -garbage. In Imp fell asked Coleman to point. the fort win l e first of the nsw wort:
\\'Ul's. The states that she 'and to supply every squadron in some instances it was stated that:
woman her
will be
his after the taken Other cars purr
REy .fo'LDS'EXAMNED! l I.. I out finger straight I up.
had not been rem.vet
baby are in destitue c'rcumstances.Mob the garbage drop fell is he was conscious. This. chased.
REGARDING I HIS REPORT LIGHT DOCKET IN for a week, and in other cases not The of extending other
Coleman did the finger remaining In: question
CURKHOWELLANDHOKE Surrounds Jail. I THE MUNICIPAL COURT since Monday. I that position for some!! moments after lines is being considered by the memobers
!
Washington, June 8.-Mr. Reynolds, Sioux City, la., June 8. telephone ,t' Mayor Bliss immediately issued orders his neck was broken.CONVENTION. of the conference, and it :s Expected -
SMITH MEET one of the authors of the report on message from Lemars, Ia.) In the municipal court nine. cases to Acting Street Superintendent I that some deccisive action will
Chicago packing houses was before says the jail is surrounded by a mob were oh the docket. The' case of Spottswood. remove the garbage; I be taken concerning the matter.
the house agricultural comm'ttee today intent upon lynching a negro who is i Ernest Roach and Jack BOnifiY'1. from in front of'.the premises of OF To extend lines in the city fran-

I t and was closely examined regard- accused of having assaulted a white charged with assault, were I those making complaints. The street chises must be secured from the city

GEORGIA: GUBERNATORIAL CAN. ing statements made in the reportMr. girl yesterday. The negro is said to up to the county for final dispasidon. -! gang was put to work and in a short council and no surprise need be occasion ; _-
Wadsworth, chairman of the committee -I be an employee of a circus that exhibited A total of $8 in fines with! perioa1: of time had gathered tnree FORMER SLAVES ? if application is made by

DIDATES IN JOINT DEBATE IN demanded the source of in' at Lem3rsestcrd3Y. costs was assessed'. I, wagon loads of garbage. company at the next meeting of the
formation in the report which has already I city council for permission to construct I

ATLANTA.By caused immense loss to the YESTERDAY TO ana' operate street car tracks

packers. HIS HOLINESS POPE PIUS X ADJOURNED I over, and along certain street.
MEET IN JACKSONVILLE DUR- Nothing was made public concerningsuch
Associated Press. a question but it is understood'that

Atlanta, June 8.-Clark Howell. editor -, TWO KILLED AND uu..u .. 'I ING OCTOBER 1907. such a procedure is under con ,
of the Constitution and Hoke T sideration by the company.

Smith candidates for the gubernator EIGHT WOUNDEDAIS Big Outlay. )
:al nomination in the democratic primary By Associated Press. The improvements contemplated by

met In Joint debate here tonight Washin'gton, June 8.-The National Stone & Webster means the expenditure -
of thousands of dollars. On
before than fivs -
an audience of more Ex-slave convention today adjourned -
thousand. people in the Auditorium. RESULT OF CONFLICT BETWEEN a four days session here to meet, the money expended in improvements
; .
,
This is the second time, in a campaign in Jacksonville in October of next the owners expect to securegood
already covering nearly ten months, STRIKING MINERS commended interest, or would not make the ; ,
The convention
year. I I outlay. They believe and rightfully
'
that (the two have met in public: debar d, t
v.R. President Roosevelt for his stand for
AND CONSTABULARY.By
C; ,x e d FV.1 ytRv I so, that Pensacola has a bright fu
and the supporters of each enthusiastically "\ Ta for all.
constitutional liberty
c equal ture and when they build it will be
,I
cheered their chosen was issued! to congress for
An appeal : for the future ana' as a result nothing
candidate. I'
frhY. legislation pensioning former slaves. but the best material will be used in
Associated Press "Jim Crow" legislation was opposed. ,I work etc.
I W extension, new ,
Indiana, Pa., June 8.-Ernest, a min .
ing town five miles from here wash| For Freight Only.It
STROBHAR WILL learned yesterday' that when '
the scene today of .a conflict between TWENTY STRIKERS was
I! the line to Fort Barrancas is electrified -
i striking coal miners and a detail of,
will no longer te
FACE ACCUSERS constabulary in which two strikers) I passengers
carried trains. The dummy -
KILLED IN RUSSIA i I on dummy
were killed and eight wounded, three
I
will be used exclusively: for

fatally. .roY'Ja .4 .q' n w fi freight business.In I
:
WIRES THAT HE WILL RETURNTO reference to a new depot
EX. GOV. WHYTE TOSUCCEED By Associated Press. nothing is known at present but with

GAINESIVILE AS SOON AS Tsartsen, Russia, June 8.-In alight I the dummy line no longer carrying
here yesterday between imported Per-j)(i passengers, it is understood that t
POSSIBLE.The GORMAN / t b Jity signs whom a contractor brought toj;. there is little use for a depot as largeas

I take the places of striking longshoremen -:! the present one. Something how-
k. I and a mob of strikers twenty of. ever, may be done in the depot !ine..

Gainesville Sun says: By Associated Press "f b I the latter were killed.: !

The friends of Capt. J. N. Strobhar. Baltimore June 8.-Governor War- t SUMMARY OF

former agent of the Atlantic CoastLine field has just announced the appoint : 4 I i BOARD OF HEALTHTO

here against whom the recent ment of former Governor William j :; 4th MEET MONDAY(
ipecial THE WEATHERThe
grand Jury returned two true! Pinkney Whyte of this city, to succeed 4 I
Mis! for .
embezzlement of funds from;
the late Senator Gorman.
I The Board of Health will hold the
that road, were gratified: yesterday at
II C 1a regular meeting Monday at the usual
!ie SY maximum
information that he would come to Knights of Columbus. 0Y 4 temperature yester-
Gainesville the! hour. c'ay was 85 degrees at 11:15 a. m. and
at face
once and
New Haven, Conn., June 8.-A final 8 ti is
; city physicians
:j1 44Y Dr. Plerpont
: y minimum 70 at. 8
charge. His enemies were equally of l the degrees a. m.
the to
adjournment delegates
Bounded and said they would believe the national convention of the I 4 : I'making the city a in determined perfect sani'.ar effort! ; to condition put: Jn his summary of the weather .
:
Reed
: Observer said:
w was coming when they saw him t ; yesterday:
Sere. But this will not be: the first night.Knights Norfolk of Columbus, Va.; was was selected taken to-i as' : f I I tions, and to the has inspectors issued strict under In?lr him c-I 'The Dokota depression has remained :
'
:me he has disappointed: the latter br the place for next year's conventionin that the laws governing sanitary nearly stationary showingless
The barometer
this morning. -
voluntarily surrendering. I August The directors chosen are t i I matters must be enforced without energy
, A friend yesterday received the fol- J. C. Pelletier, Boston;" E. W. BUCk-I { t ; fear or favor aa-1 in an impartial and the North has Pacific fallen considerably states : and over has
oihg telegram from Capt. Strobhar Minn. D. B. I
ley, St Paul. ; just manner.
ttted New York, June 6th: Ogdensburg N. Y.; D. J. Callahan / II I Recently a number of citizens !have I.' risen over New England. Showers '
"1 _.,. ; r have occurred in Oregon, Montana,
have Just wired Sheriff Fennell Norfolk, Va., for the three year'stcrm I ; ben hauled up before the police I
North in the Lake Region
!ait I will report at his office as soonis and J. S. Leahy, of St. Louis, $ I court, charged with violating the. and eastward Dakjota to the North AtJautlc
I can get there. No power on earth for two instances I
years. sanitary laws and in many coast. There have been light showers
ran keep me from meeting face to dimes w' '"e assessed. Dr. Pierportand I
eastern Georgia Sa ;
I In the Carolinas ,
ace,, the unjust chaJ' es. !. NEGRO HANGD3': FOR I the inspectors under him, desireit I southern Forida.: i
"J. N. STRCIBHAR." CRIMINAL ASSAULT I distinctly understood that whn frost'was t
observed
j i
"Light to heavy 1
:
The history of this is well I
too
case orders to clean premises are disre- this morning in Wyoming.
known to be reviewed. Suffice to say By Associated Press. garderv that arrests and prosecutionswill : "Fair weather is indicated for this
that the the iRiehmond; Va.June S.-- a.brille .
grand Jury at regular la. l '' follow.At section to-night and Saturday with
term of the court returned no bill Bratelle, a negro convicted of criminal .. I the meeting Monday 9r- Pier' Ight to fresh South winds.{ "
63.inst the defendant, and after that assault was hanged at King I point will submit his report In which: I

f and jury was discharged a membertvereot George Court House: today. > 4 A.r. 1 hg will make a number of recommendations OFFICIALS WORKING ON ;

reported to Judge Wills that for tie betterment of THEIR ANNUAL H2PORTS .
as. a 4 tern oi. t had been made to brIbe' Confirmed by Senate. .sanitary conditions. I
'!mA few days after adjournment' Washington, Juna 8.-The Senatein ; : ,- : : City officials are busily engagedon -

"the regular term of court Judge executive session con.ftrmed.the: wL $20,000 Fire Damage. their annual reports which must I :
\k1 uls!! called a special term empanela -: following nominations of postmasters J! Augusta, Ga., June 8-Edgefield. S. be summitted to the ma'oin time I

a new grand jury, and the same North Carolina-JHugh Paul,. Washington ,, the civilized C., which was threatened with destruction for the next meeting of the council t 1.
found TWO Alexander L. McCaskill, The recent illness of HiV Holiness Pope Pius X c ""d t1-- q>-e"'cst neasiness 'throughout
true bills against Strobhari ; dam- which takes place Wednesday eveaing. i
I fire last night
i He-i now by was r
L. world and it with of"reliefthat, the of his almost complete recovery was.feceved.
and two aga'nst other parties for at-;: Fayetteville. Virginian-Floyd was feelings-. news aged-twenty thousand dollars. ,..
ttJQt to 'tribe a wand Juror. I! ;Fatless Christianeburj considered out of danger. :

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MOBiLE[ CAPTAIN "ft PAIRS.20*" "", Ntxr t tUESDktSDEMOCRATIC. "The Best is What We Sell". > MRMALLORY.f HAS BOYS AND GIRLSATTENTION





MS[ IF f THESEIZURE [ ,TODAY FOR I [ .c Too Hot ... BEEN[[N ON'N f FULL



.. ', r' ONLY .::- To Cook !

[ [ MEN'S .- :(..' H.H.PRIMARY f DUTY.s

.1 CABLE ; Some canned... fish ready" to }. : -', ., We have just received a large

SCREW ', i;: .. serve and., packed. by. clean .' f

Skipper of Trafton Swears American SHOES' .i. '' .. Sample Ballot Containing Names packers right where the fish I Illness Did i Not Prevent Him shipment' of Rubber Sole Tennis Ox-

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Yesels.Were Not Fishing A -'' ,V ", of' Candidates Who are : is caught. i From Attending All Important fords commonly known as easy

; > ; Salmon (Fancy Red)......20c J ,

in Mexican Waters.The PAIR FOR' Making -the Race. Lobsters Clams. .... ?.. .... ..._ 25.. and..'1.1 50c)c, .: Sessions of Senate.A walkers. Made of Heavy Canvas and

Shrimp.. .. .. .. .. ....10c :
Deviled Crab (with shells) 25c of Rubber. Soles
Mobile Register of Fridav $1.20 Escambia ,county's, second primary Soft Shell Crabs.. .. .35c few days ago The Journal's Best Quality gummed -
contained the following relative to occurs next Tuesday, June 12, and, although French Sardines .10, 15, 20, 25c state press column contained the

the seizure of American fishing vessels there lire only three placeson Herring (Kippered) .. .. .25c following from the Tallahassee True on not sewed and will not
MEYER SHOE COMPANY the ticket to be filled and only five ,
by the Mexican government: Mackerel. .. .. .. .. :..20c Democrat:
candidates" contesting in the primary: Pickled Eels... .. .. ...25c
The crew of the schooner D. L. Feet Furnishers For Folks, a good vote is nevertheless expected. Smypathy for Mallory. break.
Trafton of the Mobile Fish and Oyster The following is an unofficial or Every Floridian sympathizes deep-
Company, which was taken In 102 S. Palafox'Street. sample ballot cdntatning the names bf ly with our Senator Mallory in his
the candidates who will be voted upon i i serious sickness and regrets that he PRICES. AS FOLLOWS:
Vera
charge by the Mexican gunboat c
Tuesday: has'to abandon' his senatorial dutiesat
Cruz on April 21, claiming that the The Unofficial Ballot ROSENAU&GERELDS. this time i i'1< congress.

Americans were fishing in Mexican S THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO Democratic Primary' Election held I Senator Mallory's Letter; II to Z Girls_____________________________SOc
waters, are in Mobile, and the statement : June- 12. 1906. Make a cross (X)
In reference to this clipping! Senator
APALACHICOLA, FLA. mark before the name of the candi- The Grocers
of Captaii Lundberg relative Fancy Mallory writes the following self- 11 to 2 Boys ________ __SOc
choice. ------------------
date'of
'to the seizure does not tally with your
Manufacturers explanatory letter:
c ir
that vice-consul.recently made by the Mexican Phone 391. Pensacola. United States Senate'j 2 '-2 to 5 Boys ___________ ____________60c
For, County Representatives. Washington, D. :
Captain Lundberg had seven men
with him at the time of the seizure Cypress 'Shingles; (Vote for two) Editor Pensacola Journal: I 2 1-2 to 5 Girls __-________:.:______ _-__ 60cMiens'
The inclosed clipping is from The
and six of these returned to Mobile" %" x 4" :x 18" Pensacola Journal of 3ra' instant, and
M. BAGGETT.
with him, one remaining at Progresso 0. I as it possibly a er, sizes also at______ --___________ 75c
"x5"x18"Cypress .
on account of sickness. Yesterday % cm\ M. COSTOX.- TO PURCHASE I may convey very
Captain Lundberg submitted to 'M. JACOBY.For roneous impression, I beg that yom
Tanks! of all Descriptions. will publish this communication con-i!
an interview relative to the seizure,
County Commissioner Dist. No. 4. IMMENSE STOCK cerning it.
preferring that this interview be Write for Catalogue and Price List. (Vote for bne) While I appreciate very highly the!
given In the form of a sworn statement -
and each of his men furnisheda -----i sympathy expressed by the editor of,
H. C. OLOPTON.
The True Democrat for me in my recent -' Watson Parker G Reese Co
statement bearing out the points he then stated that he would takes JNO. A. WIGGINS. JAMES. WHITE NOW IN NEW illness, I am not aware that It
made by Captain Lundberg. Following me to Progresso ana' took five of my ,
have abandoned senatorial duties,!
is the statement made by Cap- crew off of the schooner, permittingme YORK CITY TO PURCHASE my
tain Lunaberg* : to return thereto with one officer The Candidates. or that I contemplate doing so. While'I Successors to Green & Watson.
: "Before G. T. a and the Vera all LARGE STOCK OF GOODS was sick a good deal during the
me, McCprvey several men from The candidates in the field are
past last attack being aj
'w rh notary public in and for said state Cruhe; then ordered me to take in pretty well known. Coston and Bag-I FOR THE FALL. severe winter case of my grippe, it is a fact that.i 33 and 35 South Palafox Street.
end county, personally appeared the sa s and haul in two dories gett led in the race for the legislaturein
from the first of the session,
day
Alex. Lundberg. who being duly which I had out; I complied and we, the first primary, Coston lacking in December,, to the present ttme,I .' n'r="'"I':9'I ;o' l'2Y-: ''''''''' 4
sworn, deposes and says as follows* were then towed to Progresso; at the' only S votes of having a majorityover orl
That on April 21, 1906, I was masterof time of the seizure my vessel was la, all of the other candidates. Clop- James A. White, manager of the I have not missed a single session -
the schooner 'D. L. Trafton,' whicn thirty-seven fathoms of water and' ton, for county commissioner, also John Whits Store, left last Wednesday the senate except when compelled 4 / /
at that time was the property of the not less than twelve miles from Ala-, led in his race, lacking only a few night for an extended visit to to do so by illness.Notwithstanding i J

: Mobile Fish and Oyster Company, of cranz Reef, being west southwest votes of having a clean majority over New York City Niagara Falls, Phila-I my several attacks .w i "o ig..m..1
of I think that I /
sickness can Want the
l Mobile, Alabama; at that time was from that point; as will be seen by his two opponents. !';i
few in
justly
claini that the senate .
) mea
t:;. looking for fish, (red snappers on an examination of a chart this shows I
) havs attended sessions of
;. what is known as Campeche Banks; that my vessel was not even in the!. NOW LOCATED IN more 1
while I was thus engaged, a Mexican vicinity of any other reef; itvas ITS NEW OFFICE ,. that body.during the past winter than' i
I I have, and I have been able to taken I 1
11 11I
gunboat called the 'Vera Cruz'spoke nearer to Alacranz Reef than to any 1i
I to my vessel and hoisted a other reef,, but as above stated The Singer: Sewing 'Machine Com-I I part in the consideration of every im-! : Mothers of Pensacola I
of
I portant piece legislation that has I
1i. Mexican I did not answer the thatI !
flag; was at least twelve miles from ] pany has just moved into its new office been before that .
signal, not knowing that the vessel I reef;. I have never carried dynamite! at No. 32 South Palafox street, body. !I .
was a gunboat; at this time my vessel |'on any 'vessel and have never used' which place has just been renovated Respectfully : .

was In very slow motion; soon lit in catehlng.fish; I have fished ont and converted into a strictly up-to- S. R. MAIvIORY. I!je to drop in and see our extensive line of pretty gcxnr'* s

after hoisting the flag, a yawl boat Campeche Banks for the past eighteen day> office. :Mr. Holmes, the local I I. for the precious darlings. Nothing is too good for :)htinBy j
with several armed men and an officer years, but have never fished I manager is a hustler and is very much I If you knew the value of Chamber I *
put off from the Vera Cruz for within ten miles of any reef, it being pleased with the change. He is er- sus f lain's Salve you wouldnever wish to I all means
my vessel and soon boarded my vest Impossible to catch sufficient fish thusiastic over the increased businessof .be without Here are some of the I.
eel ;the officer of the gunboat askedto for commercial purposes that near to the Pensacola branch, and is work diseases for which It is especially I : ie
see my papers, which I shower: a reef or to shore; we arrived at ing hard to show a ?*tlonal increaseof valuable:: : Sore nipples, chapped|I. Get the Baby a Go-cart :
him; he then directed me to proceed\ Progresso on the evening of the:! volume from now on. hands, burns, frost "bites, chilblains,; J i
with him to the Vera Cruz, which I twenty-first of April 1906, and went "j'.n oH chronic sore eyes, itching piles te:-I j <
I, did; after being taken to the Vera I ashore on the morning of the twenty-. II THE ORIGINAL. ter, salt rheum and eczema. Price,' $. rnd keep it out in the air.Makes it healthy and slrar,:. :

Cruz, I was taken before the corns second!; my crew and }myself! were 25 cents per box. For sole by all'druggists. 0 ..Our line of gocam !is very large and shows many t.i;\ :
,_ mander of the boat, who asked me I taken to the custom house andI Foley & Co., Chicago, originated ,
are very handsome in Indeed and light r !in J
appearance
If I had a permit from my owners to I placed in ,a room, where we were Honey and Tar .as a throat and lung :
fish in :Mexican waters. I replied detained until Tu-esday, the tn enty- remedy, and on account of the great and Fifteen Dollarsun from J2.50 up by easy steps to Teu i

that I was not in :Mexican waters; fourth the crew being released in merits and popularity of Foley's FISHING TACKLE i Fifteen Dollars. 0
the commander then directed my attention the forenoon and I in the afternoon; Honey and Tar many imitations are 1
to a chart, stating that Alai offered for the genuine. These 1
on Sunday, the 22nd. while detainedin H i
MARSTON &
j cranz, Arenas and Triangles (all the custom house, each member worthless imitations .have similar. FOR PASSENGERS QUINA ,
reefs) were all in Mexican waters; I sounding names. Beware tthem.. 1I
of and myself taken
j were
i -my crew
again replied that I was not in Mexican separately before officer to make a The genuine Foley's'Honey and Tar 108/110 S, Palafox Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. i
.an
waters;, he then said to me that statement; we made this statement is in a yellow package. Ask for it .-_.. ,-..___, .__" .N011 NN1111410......4/11...0.. 4NNN 01.110.l0 .
he had heartf from the lighthouse through an interpreter, who, though and refuse any substitute. If ia the I STEAMSHIP ,COMPANY WILL !-
keeper on Alacranz reef that I had being a Mexican, spoke English; I best remedy for coughs and colds. JAMES A. WHITE HELP PASSENGERS PASS
dynamite aboard; I replied that I didrjbt was asked when I left Mobile, what \V. A. D'Alemberte. druggist and

r& .I" have any on board, and. had. were my intentions, and where I wart, apothecary. delphia, Boston and other points. The TIME OF QUARAN- Mail Souvenir Post Cards to Your FriendsWe
never carried any; he then directed at the time of the seizure; I repliedj greater portion of the time, however,
my attention to a vessel stranded i that I left Mobile on' April 2 AUCTION SALE. will be spent in New York city, where TINE PERIOD have many, many different subjects You can mail <"-
on the north end of Alacranz reef of, purpose of fishing on Campeche CAR LOAD MILK COWS. SATUR- he will purchase an immense stock of every week for many weeks and never send two alike T'.i '
which only the masts could be seen: Banks, and I estimated that I was DAY, JUNE 9, AT 10 A. M. AT Me. goods for next fall. Mr. White is delighted for five cents. We have pretty souvenirs in leather ani .u(, ,

! about fifteen. miles from Alacranz MILLAN & TURTON'S STABLES, over the gio vin'g demand for The New Orleans Picayune of yesterday *, and moderate pric2s.Coe's .
Reef (not having a chart before me WEST INTENDENCiA STREET. better goods, and it is his intention to contained the lollowing: I
at that moment) when we were seized 6june4t. buy a stock that will be equal to the. Making the best of the quaran-I :Sook.s-tore.

; my statement was written down best on earth, and as for quantity he tina regulation, A. L. Roby, Vice I Fhone Z35 213 South Paltfox Street, PensioTa
I iu Spanish, and then the interpreterread WE WILL SELL FOR NEXT TEN will purchase enough goods to more President and Manager of the Mexi
We Are
it to me, translating It into English DAYS $3 WELT SHOES FOR MEN than double his present large stock. American Steamship Company,
as he read, and then I signed AT $2.50. THE M. & 0. !Many improvements and additionsare has equipped the steamships City of! =
the statement at the request of the planned for the Jno. white Store Mexico and City of Tampico with! ,'
Sole Agents For officer; I can neither speak nor read this coming fall, and although they I. fishing tackle, and passengers leaving need have no terrors for yea
the Spanish language; when my vessel have not yet been made public, they Progresso on these vessels will; ,NAS 0 AY f if you send your washing to
was seized, we had on board have been in course of preparationfor have four .'ay s in which to go a-3sa-!
about 2,500 red snappers of the valuein sometime, and Jm: White's present ing in the deep waters of the Gulf of I The New Method Laundry
John,ft. Morrill Go's Mobile, Ala., of about $700; these visit deals largely with the said Mexico. I II PHONE use E. W. LAWRENCE, Prop. No.8 WEST ROYAL r ,

fish were permitted to spoil and were improvements.Mr. I I This has 'been done in order to assist
then thrown into the harbor of Pro White says his aspirations. do the passengers on the vesselsto :
gresso; on Tuesday the 24th of April not stop at having the best and larg- engage in a diverting pastime
Edward Thompson, the American est clothing store in this city, but while the ships force themselves to "Everybody Works But Fatlisr"ven
Iowa consul at Progresso, came to the that he wants the best and largest in consume six days between Progressoand
room where we were confined and the state, and when he undertakes New ,Orleans, a trip which ordinarily -
consulted with me about the matter, anything success is sure to attend his requires only two days. The E he is beginning to sit up and take notice, since we in'
antf after we were released, he pro- efforts. regulations of the Louisiana State
vided for myself and my crew; the While in New York he will be at Board of Health require the vesselsto stalled those fans, lights and bells.

Pride American consul had us to remainat the Herald Square Hotel. be out six days from ports which
Progresso until the 29th day of have been quarantined against. Mr. PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY
May, thinking that he would get the I I ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF THOSE Roby says that mackerel, red snappers -
vessel released and that we could and bonito, the last a fish
$3.50 PANAMAS! ; ALSO SOME VERY peculiar Phone 570.
take charge of her; he failed to get FINE ONES FOR $5.00. THE M. & to the gulf waters, can be .
Hams the vessel released, and on the 29th 0. caught In such abundance as to supply ..- --- -
: day of May we left Progresso and the ship with fresh fish all the fVtIN' VA .t.M
came to Galveston, Texas, on :he
to New Orleans. .
CROPS GCOD IN'SANTA way '
steamer Galveston, and from Galveston ROSA COUNTY Mr. Roby says that Mayor Dor.I OO VA1IS a 9 'H I 4BUONd

,we came to Mobile, Ala., by Enrique Camargoy Breton, of Tam
These are this firm's rail; my crew cojsisted of seven There are no Special: to Tne Journal pico, is doing everything in his powerto '3131dWOO ST1I8 3SHOH
men besides myself, as follows: make his city! nonquarantineable.He HSINafld 1M 'S3' NIHS 'suooa: 'HSVS' 'usawm: ')f IOI 1> 8
first grade of Hams. Gust. Svenson. R M. Bridges, Rich Fleming. Santa Rosa County, June is heading the movement to clean
ard Rice, Ont Thompson, Jack $. The crops in this section are gen- up the city and keep It clean, screen- S3ru ms DNiaiina HOI 9NIHIAHA]
Johnaea, Alex Hansen and' John Han- flues to clean erally good. Corn is in fair coadi all
We do not handle their or ing all cisterns and draining stag ............ ..........
sfn; John Hansen was sick when we ton both early and late planting nant pools. As a result, there hasp f y _........ ... V..A........ V..A......
and farmers have it clean. I .- u. _
left and left him there "
we -
Progresso not been a case of yellow fever there
second grade (Eureka and r have not seen him since; in Cotton is in fair condition with a within the past three years' ana the

i while my vessel was in the possession clog an good stand. United States Marine Hospital Ser- Drives Rats and Mice out of the hoc
brand) at all. These of ths Mexican government and Oats was a fair crop, though onlya vicd has declared the city an open to die. We offer *100 regard to anj Co tusing ,'
small
planted.
being held in Progresso harbor, and acreage was port.
hams are put up at before I left Progresso, the anchor AUTOMATICRefrigerator ''Farmers have planted very few
chain parted and one anchor was lost Stfeet potatoes owing to want of '
,
Ottumwa, Iowa, and entirely and the other was broken; rain.Sugar SOFT, GLOSSY HAIR I Stearns' Electric
this was caused by choppy seas In cane is very good.

are by ,odds the finestpacker's the harbor; I lost all my clothes except :As a general thing farmers have It Can Only Be Had Where There Is .:
those which JI was wearing; 1 their farms in better condition than No Dandi-ii' Rat and Roach Paste
went to the vessel just before I left usual at this season of the year.
product known. Progresso and all of my clothes were Lan was well prepared: in the 'Any -:a or woman who wants who does find in King -
it
not successful
gone and could not be found; I also Surely this is a point spring and farmers have kept all soft, glossy hair must be free of dandruff off Rats Cockroaches.\\ :
hair. Since Mice
,
had on board the vessel a lot of navigable crops clean and are laying by corn which'causes falling y .I
clean. K has become known that dandruffis Bugs etc.
instruments and charts these
were all my own property and; were one ought to bear in a germ disease, the old hair preparations
that mostly scalp irri- REWARD wd 1
were Your !>
; money
all taken by the Mexican govern WILL HOLD MEMORAL! GUARANTEE
tants, have been abandoned, and the refanded if Stearns
ment; these instruments and charts mind and there are a EXERCISES NEXT SUNDAY public, barbers and doctors included, FOR Electric Rat and
the clothes
together with worth
were
T. Sol Cahn & Go. iS have taken to using Newbro's Herp; Roach Paste does not do all that is claimed fc'.
about $ ; a number of small items Live Oak and Hickory Camps, tide the only hair preparation that UVBRATS

of, property belonging to different dozen others. Woodmen of the World, will hold me- kills the dandruff germ. E. Dood, Stearns' Electric Rat and Roach Paste

members of the crew were also lostana' ; morial exercises at 'St. John's cemetery Dickinson, N. D., says: "Herpiclde is sure death to all vermin, the or,,.-
Pure
The Food Store I owned a large lot of fishing
10. Theunveiling
Sunday afternoon, June not only cleanses the scalp from dandruff -
tackle, which was taken by the Mexican guaranteed rat poison
of the "Morasso monumentwill and prevents the hair fallingout
Southwest Comer Ptltfox and Initndenda government. be a feature of the afternoon's but promotes 1new_ x growth. 2 oz. bOlo 2S(; Hotel sire (eight flats the qucllfj; Si, CO
B. hid\ kin of <
Alex Lundberg. GERSON nirrt or nit iipnu prepaid oa receipt pnc
'' program. The parade will form at the Herpicide keeps my hair very glossy. CO
Phon..IJ worn to and ,subscribed beforeme K. of :P, hall promptly,at'2:30.p'clock.All ." For sale by W. A. D'Amem- STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE
: this'7th 'day of 'June1906I; I CHICAGO ILL. U. S. A. ;
and
sovereigns
are requested to, come terte, druggist apothecary 121
"G. T. McCorvey.Notary PBVS4COL4, FLA.: and bring flowers. Visiting sovereignsare South Palafox street, or send lOc in ,
'
"Public: Mobile County, Ala II cordially invited to participate In stamps for sample, to The Herpicide

,bama. I the exercises. Co., Detroit, Mich.





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11II"I" PRESS E MATCH AT T 'Steamer'Will-Make, ..'Two Monarch Trip h" : NIW RAILAYTO t tT Vigorous. ," -and Active' It.I I IO I' I ':f:;,




SEA to : '.--- ,..'% V' Hr. Austin Cronin of :.:.:
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GIRT iNSEPPEM T T THE GULF : : :- .c

I LIFE SAVING STATION, Syracuse, N. V., who cele !{, ::
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brated his 100th birthday -


[ [ B [ER R SUNDAYBoat ASSURED R [ I last August, works daily t ,.

Leaves 10 a. m and 3 p. m' on the streets as an em'i.:

SHARP ) ,% k-c ployee of the city and is ; : r

Iuat.stj a familiar figure in one of !! f i

Pencil Pushers Will Be Given Opportunity Line Will Be Built Connecting At- #,' ST"c' the busiest districts. 'f 1 U;' ".


to To Their Handsat Charcoal lanta With Panama City, % fir. Cronin, who ha not i'rL',4

At this season of the year .
Rifle We have received Florida missed a day's work in nine .! Jtf
there should be no irritation Shooting.Special just a ,

; .' very fine stoc1 .and will 'deliver years, attributes his splendid !J. ii : i

from collar button should to sock. feel Washington to June The 8.-Jpurr-.aL In view of orders promptly in any The Atlanta Journal says: I :t physical condition and t :ti ;J i

Everything the great interest taken by the 'newspapers amount. The Atlanta and St. Andrews Bay ) :.____ #' s longevity solely to Duffy's J' Ft J; I

smooth. easy and light.lIer&S of the country in the matterof railroaa'' is a certainty. It will be '
t1\ > % Pure Malt Whiskey which 1 'Ft I
;
rifle shooting anl in. the coining Telephone 363. 2S5; miles long extending from Allan I ,
;
underwear to calm the National Match at Sea Girt the committee .
he has used since 18SS. t.t :
on publicity of the national SEWELLWood I ta- to 'F nama City Fla., which i is I '* I

ruffled spirit and sooth the board for the promotion of rifle practice situated on St. Andrew's bay on the ',,,., ,' -c t % 'c' This vigorous and industrious! old gentle !t i 'I i

pelt.Outing will this year make a new departure gulf coast of Florida. t .' ::: 1
peevish and Coal Company man in a recent interview said I have used t]
which it is will be i
expected Part of the road has already been il :
Underwear for man highly commended. The natlocal constructed and other portions ar3 "- .' .' Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey since 1888 a I I
rifle match will be followed by the --- in process of construction at thh -- '-- : and "man cub. annual matches of th National! Rifle : k1iD
Panama
time. Leaving : City, the
I $1.00 the Suit to 57.00. Association of America and the committee Escambia Pressing Club road runs almost due north to Cot my splendid physical condition. It invigor-: It j, : <

on Publicity hai arrangedwith tondale Fla., from Cottondale to Do- ates and strengthens my entire system and I : 11
the Natioral RUne Association;: Drying, Cleaning and Pressing ofgentlemen's than Ala. from Dothan to Opel'ka, 1
,
Club feel that I virtually become each .1 :
to have this year a "Press Match. and ladies' Clothing. 'Ala., and from Opelika to Atlanta. younger : ;
f.1'
Every year there ars a number of rates only $1.00 per month. Wie call The section between Dothan: and day. My work is such as demands strengthand f I
In attendance the for and deliver all work. No. 9 E., .' 'J
newspaper men on <.
Cottondale is practically completed,
which I believe I have ,
activity, qualities ; ;
rifle matches sending special 'reportsto Intendencia. I and will be ready for use not later r. .; I
the largar ,newspapers of the WALTER MAUL TON & CO., Props.! than July 10. The other portions will acquired by my regular use of Duffy's. A f, :. f :

country. Some teams bring with Selix's Old Stand. be completed by next February of Malt Whiskey always cureime 1 :'
glass Duffy's :. ::: :
.
them
S= newspaper men who send reports I It has not yet been d'etennined '
of the shootingdone by these whether a new line will be constructed of any apparent illness and is the ouly i "

teams to the papers in the state from LAWN MUSICALS. between Opelika and Atlanta medicine I have any need for." !1
a which number the team of comes. Iu addition,, Anyone; can have them now. Get a I or whether traffic arrangements: 4Ub.Duffy's.0.A TT'PTWT.............., ",...v.u... ->
newspaper men are VICTOR GRAPHQPHONE or EDISON will be made with a line already .x-
I I good shots and members of the nation PHONOGRAPH. You can then I isting. In any event, however, Atlanta -I : .1
,
I, Guard and frequently a tsm give a musical! entertainment render will have through trains fron.' Pure Malt Whiskey ,
I
will have a newspaper man on it. In ing pieces from the great masters,or here to Panama City. '
White Barber Shop recognition of these facts and Interest) of the airs. the railroad tissues tOnes up the heart. 'j : \
any new and popular The officers of new are Is an absolutely pure gentle and Invigorating stimulant and tonic: builds up the nerva 1j
i
blood. It
which has been taken in the! subject Nothing quite so capable of pleasing A. B. Steele, president and general quickens the circulation, gives power to the brain. strength and elasticity to emules, and the richness food to eat the the nourishment '" I- i
white barbers, formerly of 35 by the press in general, ,tlu corn- into action all the vital forces, makes digestion perfect, and enables you to get from you '.
The : entertainment than a graphophone or manager; G. H. Purvis, first vice brings delicate women and sickly children. It strengthens the system, is ;;5' ...
S. Palafox St., are now located at No. mitt on publicity -of the national and secretary Ben W. it contains. It IS invaluable for overworked men the ; .
phonograph. Daily concerts in our president ; promoter of good health and longevity, makes the old young and keeps young strong. ,1"1 1isaguarantee. : '
a
S E. Government St., next to Western board offere to give a prize for a store free. I Steele, second vice president and Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey contains. no fusel oil and is the only whiskey that has been recognized as a medicine. This 'f j -r, :

Union. ;"press Match" at S?a' Girt next Sep. CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE : assistant manager and P. J. Bomer,I offered for sale by unscrupuioul persons- t flit'-t i
tember to be shot in connection witt Pure Malt WhIskey has been imitated and subJUtut are beinJ
I superintendent. CAUTION-Daffy' injurious to the health. Duily's is sold in sealed : ; ; : :
-- -- -"------.-.----- I the other matthes of the National Pensacola, Fla. I Do Dot bl deceived as the preparations made up to Imitate: trademark Duffy'a on are the po&lUveiy label and insist on getting the Ileoulne. Sold by reliable ;, I .' I

COTTRELL Rifle Association. The offer was bottles druggists Only and; never grocers: In bulk.everywhere Look for at the st.OO"OJd a Chemist'butUe or yo QUI get It dire<.:\. Do .or'J edvico\ and mc.LcaI booklet If" Al1ltrw t r, ':;,-

FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. not only accepted by the National REPORT OF THE Dolly's Malt! Whiskey '0", Rochester: N. Y. ,1 ,"
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Pensacola, Fla. Association add several but prizes that organization on; its own will account THE LEWIS BEAR OMPANY, Distributers. f'i"H'. {,

and thus the "press match" N NAVY f WEDDING[ STATE TREASURERTallahassee _ -_ _-_-_- -_ _ _ ._ ;-. ,, "..
WATCHES AND CUT GLASS ---------- t' ""
will be a very respectable one although I
Something Swell in Gold Jewelry. this will be the first time a I IP ; :
Do Yon Want The
W. A. Gahlenbeck 213 S. Paiafox St. match of this kind has ever bear r. : I
,
shot in the United States. June. 8.-The monthly ONCdCLON l lSpecIal r REPARATIONS[ r ( ,.

TURTON & BELL. great The interest newspapers in of England the Natioc.-take! AT T N NATIONAL l report treasurer of, Hon.filed W.with'the V. Knott' governor, state, )

to'the 'credit of the q
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. shows balances -
Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs.R. auspices Matches which of the are English shot Governmentand under the several state and educational fundsin BEST J!,

the: National Rifle Association the state treasury at the close of to The Journal. mR T THE[ PIERBUILDING [ .,. ...' t-.,

K. WHITE of England at the great range at CAPITAL l business, May, 31, ISOB/zisMIows' : Ponce de Leon, June 8.-Mr. Azell I ", '... .
Bisley each. Three or four ol General- revenue fund. .$142',333.03One : I .,' :, ,
year. B. Britten of Lake City, state agentof
Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler, and Graduate .
mill school fund 31004.10Pension' (
the larger London newspaper give ; the United States Port Office Department
Optician.30 S. Palalox' Street. Pensacola. Fla.TerselyTold taxfund: ,.,. ..3 J. ., 165,740.56St :
trophies for these matches and regu i R. F. D. service for the :
, lar te Board-Jof Health teid. .48,044.50 FishitiglackleTennis ; JI!
teams composed: of newspapermen state of Florida, was here on the 1th >
participate in the events. As, Dr. Frank,J. Doffey Y'and Miss-Joan Principal of school &tud.unlfiyested.1 inst., surveying the R. F. D. ro;lte .
5,213.5'Hire .
fIr as known Boston is the only .city ( : north of this place, the petition for : .
.in this country which now possessesa ; Reeves United at St Paul's of State convicts''fjnd. &5,591.D6Proceeds' establishment of which has been in Golf, Baseball and Athletic I r i:, f U:"f."
:: :rifle team of of college property ., to'' I
.composed exclusively hands of the for ssv'
department
Hall J. ,1..of. Jernigan DeFunlak J., Will spent Yon yesterday and Moss in newspapermen which shoots with Church. fund. .'. . J:,:;:*? 6,020.4! the eral months. If established, this matter : Work( on F. E. C. Docks at Knight'sKey Goods the best Phonographs and records j 1 I' ,, .. .;i.
; the rifle of the United Statesso Experiment station incidental ) : } ,
military will give adequate mail advan the best Dog Medicine the best "-
the city on business.W. that no matches have as yet been fund.--.fSS. S02.2('! tages to a large section of the coun-' '
University i incidental Jild 388.61]., Being Pushed Rapidly- Bicycles, the best Tires the best !! ; .
H. Edwards and J. W. Newton, arrange between teams composed :.:. try. .
of Brewton, Ala.. were among the out of newspaper men and representing Special to The Journal. P1ncip4L9f'.5eminan: "- '- I Miss Leila Reese, Miss Ada Edwards Typewriters, the best Lock and Key j .
Men'
various cities states. No (uninvested). . .U: 79.10 I 3000 Employed. -
of town visitors to the city yesterday. or prize Washington? June 8.-A pretty navy f. Miss Pauline Mickler and Fitting best Trunk Repairing, best 1 j '
I have been offered by. any of the I Florida Female College Incidental ', Miss Mamie Manning left on Monday ,
Brewton Standard: C. C. Brooks is I newspapers of this country nor have:. wedding was that Monday evening of I fund ... ". 644.7< night for Bonifay to take the regu- Gas Lamp and last, but not least the 1. '

spending a two week's vacation with any as yet been asked to give them,, Miss Joan Reeves daughter of Commander -i White College lorril1 fund. .. 'J:;1,33A8i $, lar examination for teachers.We Preparations for beginning the con- best Roller Skates ; >',--
Brooks In
his father Mr. W. W. but it Is hoped that"later some of the Reeves U. S. N., and Mrs. i Colored College'- Morrill \ see numbers of ptople from crete work of the F. E. C. Railway: .. <

Pensacola. leading newspapers will offer ups, Reeves and Dr. Frank Jay Duffey, of fund .%... .. 2,059.8!, DeFuniak Springs, Geneva. Ala.. and Key West extension at. Knights and Why so to ;
Alderman Maura has returned froma or trophies to be contested for ai.:. New York. -\gricultural oliegefud...." 1,944.. other places, going to, and returning
business trip which included Chicago nually. The ceremony was performed at St., Experiment .station" 'fund, .\ 2,787.6; ': from Morrison Springs anu1 other! Long keys are rapidly culminatingand ;
New York and various other northern The prize to be given In the "Press; Paul's Roman Catholic church at seven i Interest of seminary fund. 295.8;I.J noted fishing grounds and all report, work on the immense dock at F. B. BRUCE i" :
cities. Match" this year will be a handsome I o'clock and chancel and altar were a I University .of .Florida, a pleasant time in some instances Knight's Key in the vicinity of which

trophy probably from Tiffany and:I bower of daisies against a back '' Gainesville donation fund 31,722.2! making fine catches. I the most of the pier building vill ."
Julius Daniels will leave tomorrowon Company of New York, and will he" ground of palms and trailing vines. I Colored Normal !School Mrs. J. A. Simmons and children, PENSACOLA FLORIDA ;, : :' li

a two week's vacation which will come the property of the winner- The bride, one of the prettiest and t contin'gent fund 5,413.82::,I accompanied by Miss Crinna Mickj -i: take place, is being rushed rapidly _ __ __ _ _ 1 ; ;i 1'h :.;
be spent at Nashville Birmingham The conditions of the match will most attractive girls of the navy circle -I Interest of school fund. .'. 539.1''j 1 ler, left on Tuesday morning for an! ahead, says the Maimi Metropolis. :, .. >

Montgomery.. provide that any newspaper maD L was escorted by her father, Commander .I Indian war claims fund. 25OOO.OCI h extendedisit: to relatives at Troy The gathering of material at these' ; '1'. ::

D Hale Wilson has returned from a connected with any of the team! Reeves who gave her hand in I Florida Hospital for Insane I' and other points in Ala. All join ir points is going steadily ahead it GULF CITY COFFEE CO. ;:: ;:
visit to his old home in Virginia. He participating in the national match: !;. marriage. fire loss fund. . 129.7C wishing them a pleasant visit. I, : f'
being carried both from here and
i? accompanied ''back by his uncle, H. or other matches at Sea Girt or reg. Attending the bride was her maid of .I Mr. D. Hughes, made a business I Roasters, BleirJers and Shippers ofFine : 1
A. Lackey of Lexington, Va., who will ularly assigned to Sea- Girt as a cur' honor, Miss Corneila Blair: of Nor- Total. . .'.'. .?539.391.0-l trip to the new town 'of Glendala on Key West and within the next few ).
spend the summer here for his health. respondent, or coming Sea Girt cs" folk, Va.. owned in Paris mousseline I Tuesday last, returning on Wednes weeks, the actual construction of the f ,..
pecially to participate in this imtch,, of a delicate shade of yellow with hat day. Mr. Hughes is the largest piers and bridges will be un.'er Coffees i'f! :"
Rev. Butler will return to- stomach troubles i'
J. Barney shall be eligible to contest in the day from a visit to his parents in "Press Match." conclude that there is no cure, for :1'I' v,ay.
quet of the same blossoms. :. tile business there. OUR COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALl. I
Christian county Kentucky. Rev. The maids; were Miss Julia Ross great many have been permanent!] Rev. C. V. Reese, of Crawfortfsville On the land track grading is still I ,

Butler desired a rest after his hard Palmer, of Baltimore Miss Florence cured by Chamberlain's Stomach and I I L,, is here on a visit to his sister Mis.i being pursued quite vigorously, th-re II | GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL. 1 i t1

work in connection with the revivalat A Word With a'Strange HUtory. ; Liver Tablets. Try them, they arE Leila] Reese, principal of the schoolat _ _ _ _ _ 1'K! I .:
Marrow and the Misses' Duffey sisters f 1 being a number of miles yet to be
Palafox church during the past "Treacle" or' molasses, Is. a .word certain to prove beneficial. The]!r He preached an interesting -
this
place. '
of the bridegroom of New York I ,
month. The reverend gentleman will with an interesting history. The earli- Miss Pansy Wilson and Miss Frances; I only cost a quarter.. Sold by al]l sermon in the Baptist churchon graded and prepared for the laying SAFES SAFESSAFESSAFESI! ft ..
of the track. Six camps are njwj i
I
preach the and evening druggists.
at morning est "treacle" was an antidote againstthe Wednesday night and the sar-: : r
Bishop: of Washington;, all gowned in Diebold Safes
Buy
services at Palafox church Sunday. till being maintained, the total force of i
bite.and probably was madeof vices were continued Thursday .
viper's '
white Paris mousseline and lace and I '
Army and Navy Register: The viper's flesh itself. It Is a word wearing flower hats of white marguerites -II night. men employed aggregating betweentwo Scarritt Moreno, Agent !: :

Xavy Department has Issued volume with a strange history, descendingfrom with large clusters .of the 'same,I Mr. J. W. Hawkins, of-.Westviile! and three thousand. The ma I I. \;, :'

20) of the official records of the union the Greek "ther," a wild beast:, June flowers in their arms. I was here on Wednesday' looking after jcrity of them are white, though sev- ,

and confederate navies in the war of whence came the adjective "theriakos," They were preceded by .the ushers, business matters. eral hundred are negroes, the com .

the rebellion, covering the operationsor pertaining to a wild beast, which was Lieutenant George Diamond, Lieutenant .::1 pany recruiting this latter class of PRESS.TRE.;

the West Gulf blockading squadron eventually specialized* to mean serving Alexander Michael i. Lieutenant I labor as rapidly as possible. i I UT'TON i.t; I t-
under Rear Admiral Farragut as &r antidote lagainst a wild Walter Lassing, and: :Messrs. Malley, A IfoTel Race. The general health of the men and ::
and Commodore Bell from March 15 beast's bite. In English "treacle" then Mirror and Kirkin of New York; and A novel .race was introduced at a sanitation of the camps are excellent I ,
!"f o December 31, 1863. The operations Mr. John :Mauty; and ,Dr. Harry Hurt,, Madras fair. It was a handicap of all There is no sickness whatever ", !;
: covered by the official reports came to mean anything soothing of of Washington. animals bred in the country, the competitors among the white men, the majorityof .. i. '..
Delude the blockade of the coast comforting. Chaucer even speaks" of The bride and her father were met including. buffaloes, elephants, them having become acclimated,I j ;

a:' the Gulf of Mexico from near Christ as "treacle all barmhd, at the.altar by Dr.'Duffey' and his best( a goat, ram, emu elli:\ besides ponies ana'; very little if any trouble among,
Pensacola. Fla., to the mouth of the as 'so many soothing remedies were man, Mr. Thomas Duffey, of New and horses. The elephants were placedas the negroes who are not so coadi- |I ',,f' ,I
Ko Grande, and all naval engage- sirups, ''treacle" at length meant simply York. if moving in marriage processionand tioned. 4';i .. :' ,
ments within these limits; the naval *sirups of various kinds. The bridal gown was of white PoIntde the course at a quick Very few mosquitoes, compared to''
operations in the Mississippi river, went over last summer, are :; l',
Venise lace, veilin'g' cream satin walk. The ram hnd goat, ridden by what there were ,.
below Vicksburg, which were a partof and trimmed with pearls! heir loomsof found at any of the camps and these
the Vicksburg campaign. The the famn '. little boys, ran well and the buffaloeswent are only troublesome at night, when 1 H ,,
: %
west Gulf in !L Jfl! at a good gallop, but -the emu I
blockading squadron About half past! four Commander I the men are fully supplied with nets I
cooperation with Major General would not stir, neither would the elk, to them out. : .
Reeves received .word that navy orders FOR LICE: ON FOWLS, and screens keep i I .
\\Banks besieged and captured Port FRUITEDICE directed that he should leave Washington until the end of the race, when it took All other conditions are much improved i: ; .

Hudson, which was the last surren shortly after five; 'The order,,: NOTHING CAN TAKE THE fright and-darted down the course at over those experienced last.! [ The Simplest-..Surest-SifertI M i4 ,! :
dered confederate post on the Mississippi revoked and Commander great speed. Finally a ram was the summer, when the work and onveni-! I Handiest-aDd .nly Perfect t i I I .
however was
river. CREAM. PLACE OF A DEPENDABLE coming in second and were such as to be objectionable I Silf-filling Pea. No glaat filler ifri Hi ; :
horse ences
Reeves was given anpther day consequently winner, a j -no ink to ipQ-no clogziar W14'I j ; .
he was able to be presentat : LICE POWDER. a buffalo third. to some, but on the whole the| ihakicg. : ,
Only half the quantity of Blue Rib Pure, rich. Ice cream, the'wedding. A. WI. M. I men now at work there say that the' YOB rfmply preti tbe button(u i' ; t. :
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bon Lemon or Vanilla required. Ab made from Jersey cream keys are preferable to the mainlandat in the picture)and the pen fiila J ; '"
solutely pure. Goes twice as far. right .here in our own How to Break Up a Cold. CONKEY'S Legend and Reality. this time of the year. 'A breeze 1 la a uflih! & 4R :
place an'd'under the to to Legend tells bow Napoleon while blows nearly all the time, the helps Write the wtant it :: ;
surprise
It be a many
strictest sanitary conditions may : Moscow was Inflames: found time to to make the atmosphere cooler and' Iou hN the paper ; t
NOTICE. 'coil be
completely
learn that a severe : can i
I
served, to .you with '' LICE draw up a decree'organizing the Theatre more pleasant than is generally sup-
The ladies of St. Catharine's church broken up in,one or two days' Eagle$150Flash I4J I ,
sill give a birthday iparty at the Cath-- rich fruit --flavors. It Is a time. The first symptoms of a cold Francais. Alas, the story is not posed. j, t .

otc Knights' Hall on Baylen street,,' mPst satisfying combina. are a dry, loud cough, a profuse POWDERIS I true. Napoleon ;was In Poland when i '
Cooling heatthful the decree ready to be .
Children from six to eight; adults, and strengthening. Cream thin white coating on the tongue. signed. He there signed It and sent It I ] No.15 with 14 karat loUd raid 1 .
from eight to eleven. Refreshments; carefully packed in ice When! Chamberlain's cough rem-edy Iii SCIENTIFICALLY PRE. back to Paris, but in the margin wrote i| pea rubber point aad-fully! nctt guaranteed.rukaaiiedi ; J i 1 1.

and dancing. and. delivered toyour- taken every hour on the first 'appearance PARED AND CAN ALWAYSBE the following: "To be forwarded when ; When Coffee, Tea, Cocoa, 1 [ EqIe"f1uh"No. 25 J t Mi t j" ,
home. of these symptoms. it counter the army will be at'Moscow. It Is hismajesty's with gold baad.,$%.50 .: .
There will be a regular .. acts the effect of the cold and restoresthe RELIED UPON TO RID intention that the decree ; Chocolate, even Milk, I Ij Eqle: brge"fUah"size tto. 2S$3.00 tM t : j !:

meeting of Alt HoubR. system to a healthy condition should be dated from that town." j I II withgoldLznda$4.OO fl i: t I' : '

A. Chapter, NO: 6.01 within a day or two. For sale by all YOUR FOWLS OF LICE. disagree, wise people use SuUbrSubonOiand c ; 'I,; .1 ,:-'
Monday 11th inst. ai COFFER dru'ggists. Obedience. Otief ixoie J H i i" i r
I l .
8 p. m. Work in BI. M,.' Hot Biscuits and Rolls every Every duty, even the least duty, In- I Aik YOUR DEALER. If he &fl f : ; ,
Order I doesD't cell you the Eagle U : f- I
Degree. morning: at 5 o'clock. Eastern Star. .! FSJellen&GoPhone volves the whole principle of obedi PO8TUMFOR I "FLASH" Fountain Peoatbeaead r .' :
Regular meeting of Flor. tile retail direct ,
NOTICE. : price to tJ..f
duties,aiake the will
little
ence. And .... ,
W. E. ANDERSON, ida Chapter. No. 14, O. I Each pea absolutely guari kLEagle r'' ,
is and to i JDttCd.
dutiful-that supple prompt I
Secretary, E. S., 8 o'clock, p. m.,,,I 334 I I A REASON. -
Tuesday June 12th. obey. Little obediences lead into Pencil Co.UaoBfactarera t ib f ':

; KandY'' Kitchen Cafe. I great The daily round of duty Is full I Get the little book, "The Road ( f ,
SEE OUR $3 WELT SHOE FOR Visiting 'members' arc Cor. Garden and I i I
Alcaniz
MEN, BOTH LOW AND HIGH CUT 104 S.PaWoxif one 999 cordially invited.- :J. f of probation and ,of discipline. It I to Wellville," in pkgs. ; 3V/Broadway,,. New,YC&; !4 .I II: j' :

N.nAL1. LEATHERS. 250. ;THE 'M,. MRS. ELLA KEYER,'W. M. trains the will heart and consclence.w .- I I'i i.f .
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PEN5ACOLA' JOURNAL SATURDAY MOt NJTlB, ,, > UNE_ 9, 1908
PAGE EIGHT THE : ,_ .;
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,. .' S a ', -. S S S '" '-r' ; S S S --5- 5 gether with D. A. Frank, R. Ricn. ,
I IS
'WeT do not undertake to say wnat the is it with the children these and' A. Eliasburg, shall constitute !
t How
jut qualifications of MeS5rs. Neill;an Rey. N. 0 Have they plenty of grit, 1 Board of (Directors. the I
N NIN days?
J.

l1t1\jaiolaJnal' intrusted nolds were himselfon to for them:the work.lrat"that/itolnt the.dauntless, prpsident beftrehe he Lu RFSfl,1'CT1O 1aleTh; */* .f courage thinpale_, ,strength delicate?? This Or are reminds they ness 6. or Tie liability highest to amount which tie of m corpora t>nter ri,: I!

satisfied tion at time
can any subject itself
: SJwJw 1-- 5n1 i5rj commissioned them. He knew I you o!Ayers Sarsaparilla. It does great things for chUdren It health.gives them Ask Fifty Thousand Dollars ($ O.OOIl,1I1I1> h

that the prosperity of a great Industry a good appetite, improves their digestion, builds up their. general JC.AyerCo.,, 7. The names and residencr ot '

: I DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. was involved and he must have known ELECTION your doctor if he endorses this. the W'formulu have lecntal Of all our Wepu\liah 1Dedtctnell?* Loell.lul.-- I subscribers, and the amount of -L c<
when the report of his commissionerswas II
S -- -- I subscribed for by each, are a'H i i: ,
'v"
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PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY submitted to hIm that its publica- I A. A. Ericson, Selma, Alabama, -
would do vast amount of dam :
tion a
I ...2Y.e.S age, temporarily, to that industry. doing of all things necessary or convenient shares.
S Itl, C T Legal Advertisements to< the businesses aforesan'. John C. Avery, Pensacola Flon: : :
took courage, therefore, lor him to CONTESTS[ 1'5 shares.E. S
stock
I THE JOURNAL COMPANY. make the Neill and Reynolds report 3. The amount of capital C. Melvin Selma, Alabama
Dollars ,
public Notice of Intention to Apply for Let authorized is Ten Thousand i,

S JfJtAflJU-&J5ULtfl& Of course the English papers are \ ters Patent. (10000.00), to be divided into one' shares.D. .

FRANK L MAYES, President and Geftea'' Maftagor.5SrL doing all they can to, reate the impression -, Notice is hereby given that the un hundred (100) shares of the par I' shares.R.. A.. Frank, 'Selma, Alabama, ?

S that the ,canned meats from Chairman County dersigned will apply to the Governor I II value of One Hundred Dollars
Fletcher
Sn J5LW WJJSflf I the packing houses of this country are Says I I of Florida, at Tallahassee, on the 5th! ((100.00)) each, all ofwhich is to be' shares.A.. R'chard. : Sema, Alabama, :-,

MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. I not fit for food. They have a motive Committees First Con day of July, A. D., 1906, or as soon. paid for in cash. .
do' Must thereafter the be heard I 4. The term for which the said Eliasburg, Selma, Alabama: ,
S __ i in doing this that' has nothing to as same may
I 5 -Juu,5.5n5r- I with the question as to whether or not:1 for Letters Patent incorporating thaPensaco corporation !shall exis-t is the period\ shares.
duct investigations In ninety-nine ((99)) years. (Signed) A. A. ERCsNSigned ;
I SUBSCRIPTION RATES. these meats are clean and wholesome. :a Electric Company accordance of

I One Year.................$500 One !.!onth......... ........ '5 They want to build up a 'great meat'1 executive with the laws of Florida, un. 5. The to business be conducted ofthe by a corpora-Presi- ((Signed))) JNO.. C. C.'iMELVIN AUhE. \.'

Six Months.,2 50 One Week..............__. 1() industry in the British colonial 035eS- The state Democrat'c der the following proposed Charter- tion is President and a Secretary (Signed) D. A. FRANK
I OC sions, and they can do that to better committee at its meeting held in Jacksonville the original of wide is' now on file in dent, a Vice
1 Three Months..... .... ... 1 25 Weekly Edition, per .eu..11 which! and Treasurer, and a Board' of (Sfgaed) R RICHARD
of
advantage if they can destroy American adopted a resolution te office of the Secretary of State
I _.wjmrLu1JuLrn.ruuL .55U5_ _SSSsruSu-1 competition. I IAs i provides tha hereafter all contests the I State of Florida.W. three ((3)) Directors, to bs'elected at (Signed) A. ELIASBL ;,

I The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed a matter of fact there was but for state senators'and representativesshall I I T. BID\TELL\ the regular annual meetings: of the
be that committee I JACKSON BRANDON, corporation, to be held on the first STATE OF FLORIDA.
rf- one course for the president to pursueif settled by
I Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. baus committeeof II Wednesday in January of each year. COUNTY OF ESOAMBIA.
he desired to give the consumersof relieving the county I JNO. MASSEY.Proposed :: I
Until th.5 first election, the officer. Personally before the unu.'r- :: .
responsibility '
1'ttle or Charter the Pensacola
-- rLrLrL5r5ftr 5L5L5L MSflW.PJtrLrL1XS canned meats the protection they any obligation of '
have a right to expect The packerswouldn't they may have to settle their: Electric Company. who are to conduct the business of appeared A. A. Ericson John C. ,\\: -

Offices, 108 and 110 Cast Papers en Saloon Train make the necessary reforms home affairs at home, and with the Article 1. the corporation shall be. M
Government. Phone 38. I and at all NewsStanda.PENSACOLA. without drastic action was taken evidence that is easily accessible. Of 'The name of this corporation shall Curry, President, J. R. Outlaw, Vice ture to the foregoing instrumcir, I

against them. If they had been willIng course there Is neither law nor precedent -' be "the Pensacola Electric Company;"j I President and Clinton Griffin, Secretary -. that the same is his act and df, ':

-a5najw5r_ ,,_"" ... __ _A"N for procedure the I and Treasurer, which tares individuals IN WTNESS WHEREOF i ,a '
___ to remedy the evils that had been such highhanded its business shall be conducted in
.5- called to the president's attention on the part of the state democratI .State of Florida and in other Statesof I snail constitute the Board hereunto set my hand and affixes TI!,

''n..0RID.SATURDA.Y MORNING, JUNE 9, 1906 there would have been no exposure. I I I I executive committee, and it is up the United States of America of Directors.S" official seal this 4th day of .Turn ,\.
of lademednes
According to the dispatches the to the rank and file of the party to wherever; necessary, or desirable, and 6. The highest amount D., 1906.

gress by Representative Clark to divert work of cleaning up the packing say what they are going to do aboutI its principal place of business shall be ,} or liability to which the corporation itself (Signed) E. R. BURGOi-
subject '
The Question of can at any time (Seal) Notary pi. I
houses 'Leesburg Commercial. in Pensacola Florida. ;
and the of
institutin'g sanitary reforms -. I city Dollars -
$3.000,000 from the fund for the Hundred Thousand
I commission
S in them has begun. The probe Article 2. is On.3 My expires Oct. 17, i '
Clean Streets reclamation of l lands to be used in $100,000.00). I
ability is that within a few days the Referring to the above article in The general nature of the business I (
I The question of clean streets is draining the Everglades of Florida. A packing houses will be cleaner than the Leesburg Commercial and somewhat -I |to be transacted by said corporationshall 7. The names and residences amount of1 of I II STATE OF ALABA' fuCOUN'IY \.
and the !
one in which every citizen is interested few howls from the Florida Press they have been for years, and that similar utterances in other pa-, : be the doing of electric and ma-I I the subscribers subscribed, for by each are as OF DALLAS,
stock Personally before the under='_-,' ,
the sanitary conditions surroundingthe pers predicting trouble by reason ofj chine work of all kind'S, the buying I
for, in a great measure, upon Bureau are, now in order. : I follows: : appeared A. Eliasburg: D. A FT.:.' "
preparation of the packing house the acton of the state committee at j and selling of electric supplies, and Georgia
municipal cleanliness depends the products will be better its last meeting contests'I kinds Marion Curry, Valdosta, Richard and E. C. Melvm. < ,H :
The grafters should form a leagueto than they have regarding light machinery of all the buy-
. health of the community. The Miami ever been before. -Diseased meats will by candidates for the house and sen-I ing and selling of such other goods, 70 shares. Georg'a, 10, whom acknowledged his signa'i-!; -, '1
their Outlaw Valdosta
S Metropolis has inauguarted a campaign protect endeavor along go to the fertilizer factories and only ate, Hon. D. U. Fletcher, wares and merchandise of every de. J. R. the fore'going instrument, and th' ,i'

along this line, and in a recent chosen lines. healthy meat will go to the markets. the state democratic: ( committee, said I scription as the Board of Directorsmay shares.Clinton Griffin, Pensacola, Florida., same is his act and, deed '
IN WITNESS WHEREOF.( I
S in the Jacksonville Times-Union: determine and the doing of all ::1
. issue had the following to say relative The Bryan baud wagon will have to I "The Commercial and several other work and the exercise of all. powersas I 20 shares. MARION CURRY hereunto set my hand and affix? i".
to the matter: I (Sgd.) official seal, this 5th day of June, A j jj ,
S be considerably enlarged if the rush papers appear to be laboring under a may be necessary, incidental, or J. R OUTLAW,

The time was when Southern cities continues. I FIT TO STAND WITH mistake as to the meaning of the state I convenient to the purposes or busi S 1, CLINTON GRJFif1JN.I : 1S06.
L .were poorly paved. and improperly I BCH3KER: WASHINGTON. '$ committee and che effect of its action.' nesses of the corporation. (Signed) R. P. ANDERSON"Seal ,
- maintained in That -. It has not been determined II ( ) Notan P ::',-
every respect. The tornado season has opened: -0- as seems Article 3. Personally before the undersigned -

time is passed. Not a city in the auspiciously in bleedin' Kansas. : & Jacksonville:T.mes-Union.: supposed, that hereafter all contests!! The capital stock of this corpora,I 1 appeared Marion Curry, J. R. Outlaw My commission expires August, 1.< ,

South, of prominence but is easily I Ifor state senators and representatives I tion shall be Five Thousand ($5000) and Clinton Griffin, known to me to OIF'FLO'RPDA-

p able to have all its streets properly Don't cuss the weather man. He's **% ** ** shall be settled by that (the state) I Dollars, to be divided into fifty shares|: be the individuals described, and ac- STATE' ,

; paved ana'; kept In a condition of doing the best he can. 1:: committee. thus relieving the county of one hundred dollars each. All olsaid knowtedged the foregoing to ,be their COUNTY OF E'SCAMIBLV.Personally .

; cleanliness. The medical authorities It Is well for the! nation to know committees.i stock shall be paid for in casb l signatures. and that the foregoing; is before the under!;: :

L everywhere now recognize that one 7i-i 'f HH Alabama has another negro fit to i I contests by candidates for the! at par, subject to the call of the Board I l their act ana' deed for the uses and appeared A. A. Ericson John C A\.-
j; 01 i* the most frequent breeding places stand with Booker Washington in the house of representatives and senate cf Directors csy-ept that Fourteen L purposes therein stated. I who being sworn says each for hin'-' '
of disease of all kinds are the beds forefront of his be I I that it is intended in good fan;> '
L # PRESS POINTERS # race's progress-in i must conducted, as theretofore, be- Hundred Dollars of said stock may be, IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have

ir of our streets. Poisonous, germs take # AND CURRENT COMMENT # much W. H. Councill_ the principal[ fore the county committees. It has paid for in the personal property belonging hereunto sat:! my hand and affixed my construct, maintain! and opera't "

root there and as the dust dries, it of the Brewton high school, Is Wash simply been decided b.y the state com: : to the Pensacola Electric 5 official seal, this let: day of June, A railroad mentioned In the with ;' -

is blown into the homes, offices and % "***" ** ington's superior. Perhaps not so i I mittee that these shall ,be regarded as, Company, which is now jointly owned l D., 1006. 5 posed charter.
S places of business of citizens, to be good an organizer audi' far inferior in i state offices, ,and therefore, an appeal by said incorporators, and the value 01 t E. R BURGOYNE (Signed) A. A. ERTSox

Inhaled and to settle upon food Tom Johnson. the ability! to draw support, from L will lie from the county committee I which said personal property is hereby .J, (SEAL) Notary Public. (Signed) JNO. C. AVERY
Foxy .
and clothing. We infer that Tom Johnson will others, Councill is the safer adviser, to the state committee. The latter agreed by and between said incor. My commission expires Oct. 17, 1908. Sworn to and subscribed b. toi.! ::1:
. r When one sees the cleanly condition re-election. of Cleve- and clearer prophet-perhaps the t i will not, as theretofore. entertain evenS !'1 porators to be Fourteen Hundred Dol-I' caw-4w. this 4th day of June, A. D. v!,''i.;
in which the great cities of Europe stand for as mayor better 'E. R. BUTJT; ) xr:
board and mora successful teacherA such appeal unless and except the con-' lars. An Ordinance to amend Section 322) (Signed)
land. He has had a great score
S and in the past few years, the I'! erected on a city lot upon which to recent address by Principal Coun. test shall be first made, considered Article 4. Three Hundred and Twenty Two I (Seal) NoIr:; : 1',1-:

great cities of our own country are the returns' of the ball cill to the colored high school strikesa i: and passed upon. by the county com- The term for which this corporation!i I I' ,
kept, he knows full well that the reason post Houston PostUnlimited games.- deeper note than Washington ever, mittee. S shall exist shall be Ninety; Nine ((99))I'NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS STATE OF ALABAMA,

that Southern cities are not bet-I touched-inferior ,as an orator and 1 "After that, ,as section 16 of the years from the date of the Lstters J'II NEW CITY HALL PENSACOLA OOUNTY OF DALLAS.
ter maintained is because of the I possessing less of that "magnetism"' primary election!' law provides, in the Personally 'before the uni ''',-1":< :

S ligence of municipal officers, both in! Chicago students Demand. of cookery are seen in its most powerful effects i i case of any candidate may file his Patent.t, Article 5. I Sealed proposals will! be received appeared 'A. Ellasburg, D. A, F \:
placing on the streets material whichhas when exerted by the "ex-, with the C. 'Melvin and R. Richard, wc'; l\1.. :
state
with certificates that negro protest committee, and The officers of this corporation shall:1 I until 12 o'clock noon Tuesday Junei
now
long since been discarded1 by expert graduated cook for horters," Councill is the more successful toe chairman cf"the state committee be a President, a Vice-President andGenei' I 26, 1906, at the office of L. Hilton sworn says each for himself': t i''11 i "
competent
they are to a man
street builders everywhere, and in his application of the lessons will then call for I intended in good faith to conS
whose income is $10 week and keep" a cerified copy of l Mana'ger, a Secretary and I Green, chairman Board of Bond Trus-
lu not making proper effort to keep him well nourished and a happy. The of experience to the needs oi E: the evidence offered before, and the Treasurer, and a Board of three ((3)) tees, Pensacola, Fla., for the erection maintain-and operate the ra'\: .
the streets in good order. his race and has the fuller appreciation 'decision by, the county committee, Directors. mentioned in the within prop

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school will have to run overtime to a
r It is that all California
staten the
with the demand.- of the means whereby the American ; and these wljl:) be p'aced before the I Said officers shall be elected at th:! CITY HALL AT PENSACOLA, charter.
1 cities, and in Fort Worth, Tex., and keep up has risen abov ol t ; (.Signed) A. 'ELIA BUiD. ;.
negro >
.lel-'I any state comiaittee w.hi ich may approvei I annual meeting of said corporation i Bids must be, accompanied with a certified -
Lexington Ky. is used to effect. -| phi Ledger. '
oil good his brethren elsewhere. (Signed) :A. FRANK:
.i qf the action of the county committee to be held in the City of Pensacola i check of $1000.00 on an incorporated -
The .
present street sprinklingcart [ in Lead. Here now: or may after investigation and .Jiearl -:On the third Wednesday of July oj t bank as guarantee for a bond I (Signed) E. C. MELVIN.
is a nuisance. It stirs up the Russia the I have said before times and l t t R RICHARD
[
(Sfgned)
I many ing, reverse or alter that decision, leach Until the first election thE
year. 5 in doing -
dust and makes mud. But the point Austria is havin'g a crisis, but nothIng of 20000.00 a Surety Company ..
at places "No three hundred I l Sworn to and subscribed before
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many "In other words the action of
it show in that line of the i officers the corporation shall be::: business in Florida within fifteenL
Is
that we wish to make now is that)i can likely to of human have this 5th of June A. D. 190hx
history day : ,
years presented that
committee Bidwelll
distract attention from the state beans : contesting WT.. President; Jackson days after contract is awarded for .
not sufficient importance is attached: superior
such wonderful evolutions as the! l (Signed) R :P. ANDERS! :
candidates! for ,these offices Brandon Vice-President Genera 1
just as
and
article exhibition in Russia. Chi the faithful performance of the work
to clean streets. If the on .
appropria-I three hundred years of negro American the law provides for state "office John (Seal) Notary Pu. :.
Manager Massey, Secretary I
ton: for cleaning and cago NewS.But \ millions'of any I. ; anc in accordance with the architect'sriane '
history Eight indus shall,- have the tfJ ot to appeal from Treasurer! ; and the said named officers!3 and specifications. 9juneoaw4w.
S it -
not large enough to do properly,
trious Christians w re evolved in the! I.
the,action of the county committee to shall constitute the Board of Direc' REVLS:3D: PlANS AND SPECIFICATIONS .
the Little Satisfaction.
appropriation should be enlarged, -I .
South from four. million savagestOU ,
the state committee. tors.
S even at the erpense of other depart- The rank and file of Democracy slavery were il! I I 100 REWARD
oppression "The situation! is somewhat anald.I Article 6. and further particulars can be obtained -
derive from the
ments. may some pleasure I
how Is
American sinful
I
slavery were
.
Let Us wake up. An enlightenedand fact that planks from their platformare it that such results have been, ac. ous to our courts-the county committees : The highest amount of indebtedness from the Architect, Mr. Frederick A reward of $100 will be g,\ -. '

aroused public sentiment will d!) being placed on the statute booki, fomplished? The white race has nc J being the court originally tearing or liability to which this corpora.tion' Ausfield! Montgomery, Ala, or the capture of Jaqe Hanej, iC,,: '

more toward accomplishing good ,results but the leaders would be happier if more thoughtful student of the probem and deciding tire case, and the state can at any time subject itself from from convict camp. Descnptu'i

than anything else. Let th3 their own names were on the govern than Charles Francis Adams-. committee having} only appellate jur shall be the sum of Five Thousand I L. HILTON GREEN, feet 7 inches; 130 pounds; IlJl''" .

city officers feel that we demand ment .pay roll. Washington Post. Councill stands with him in his atti isdiction contests by such candi- ($5000) Dollars.* Chairman. build; age 21; carriage erect, t 11'fJ.."

these; things and that we are goingto tilde of wonder here. .L, dates. 'When the matter is thoroughly Article 7. I Pensacola, Fla. eyes, black hair; complexion t''a-:
{ ly understood I thJnk there will 'the names and residences of the
,
be
have them, and then we will getthem. Looks Rather Queer. Again: S medium forehead; medium ears. r.r 1: ,
I Well, yes, it looks queer to see the The building of the race is alonE found no cause for friction."I subscribers for stock in this corpora-' NOTICE.Is nose; medium mouth; good III" ,
apprehend that unless a' clear ion, and the amounts of stock sub- hereby given that on the 5th day ,
house insisting on the insertion of a in our hano's; w:! can make It what round chin; short neck; square MI-
While millionaires are by no case arises, calling emphatically for scribed by each, are as follows: of November, A. D. 1906, I will ,"
court reyiew clause in the meat Inspection we wish. All the wealth about twen pre- ders; length of feet 10 inches; \a<
means as plentiful in the House of bill passed ,by the senate.- ty-five men who seem to own the ria,: committee action the decision of the 1, W, T. .Bidwell, Pensacola, Florida, sent to the Honorable County Judgeof nation scar on left arm.
committee will not be disturb- Twenty-nine (29) shares.
Boston Herald. : county Escambia County, Florida, my accounts U AMP.Cantonnwr,
Representatives as in the "Milllon- tion cannot make a race of us. We' VARN BROTHERS
Jackson
ed. Brandon, Pensacola, Florida -
vouchers of '
lures Club," otherwise known as the ,must do it ours ves. 1 _ Seventeen ((17)) shares. and as guardian ,
New York Rascality.New Here he rises above the plain ol rj l the estate'of Genevieve Parkhill, a
United States Senate, there are a York admits there is too much Booker Washington, and strikes thE.. Gar4eahiC In America. John Massey, Pensaco'.a! Florida, minor, and make application for a final

number of gentlemen therein whose work for one grand jury in that wicked note of real statesmanship.THE j I Gardening IIi America has reached Four!Signed((4)): shares. discharge from said guardianship. The Journal Printed

I 'wealth is enumerated in seven figures town. Better ten grand juries than what one might call the "awkwardage. W. T. May 2nd 1906.

John E. Andrews, of New York leads that a single guilty rascal should es MEAT BOYCOTT.We ." Neither a man nor a country JACKSON BIDWELL.BRANDON.' S E. C. MAXWELL, During May 1906,
cape.-Cleveland Plain Dealer. "Men oawGw. Guardian. ,
goes a. ardenin in early youth.
,off with $30,000,000, and Spea.kerCannoD JNO. MASSEY.
don't eat beef at our house- than to
come to build tately sooner Total of
Wings up the rear with a Easy for Nick. 'Pa says .it isn't good. garden finely," as Bacon once said, andas State of Florida NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai a

paltry 1000000. The list of representatives ,As Representative (Nicholas Long Instead of that we feed upon every garden writing body has repeated Escambia County., on the 7th day of July, A. D., 1906, application -
who are worth $1,000,000 worth has been on the right side of The latest breakfast food. will be made by A. A. ERIC-
I until Sir Francis in Elysium Before
in and
.me a notary public
,
Uncle Joe Cannon for a long time, he SON E. C. MBLVIN. D. A. FRANK, 157,350
or more is as follows: I must regret he erer made the remark for the State of Florida, personally appeared .
prcbably had no difficulty! in getting While mother leans in shredded corn R. RICHARD. A. ELlASBURG'and:
Jno. E. Andrus, N. Y. ..I.( .$30,000,000 which the Jess is true. Gardening W. T. Bidwell, Jackson Brandon -,
none
leave of absence for the rest of the Big Sis takes mangled straw S JOHN C. AVERY..to the Governor of COPIESor
,;,,"me MciK.lnleIll.. .. 12,000,000 I' session.-New York Sun. An' father lives on'BraIn 'Compost.5 is essentially a middle aged enjoyment, and John Massey, to me well the State of \FlorIda} for a charter incorporating

:Wm. R. Hearst, N. Y. ... .. 12,000.0001 The sort that's eaten raw. I and America being, aa nations go, still known to be the individuals described them under the style of of
in and who executed the an Average
Geo. F. Huff, Penn. ... .. 7,000,0001 Silly Season Open. young, her garden craft has the faultsof Articles of Incorporation and foregoing PENSACOLA SHORE LINE & POW'

Edw. DeV. Morrell Penn... 'The silly season opens boomingly, The rest of us have favoritesWe youth. It has its incongruities, In- severally ER COMPANY, under a charter for
7,000,000: acknowledged before
wifi stories of Japan's: intention to eat' three times ,a d'ar, harmonies, and. it often mistakes size me the execution which application has been filed as required
,Thos. ,B. Davis, W. V. .. .. GooOOOi/ i thereof for the uses and purposes 5,828
force China into a war for purposes of From strangled oats and pine sa and expenditure for excellence.-Cen- by law, a copy of which is as
S Jos. C. Sibley, Penn. ... 5,000,000 loot We shall next hear that the dust therein expressed.In follows:
tury.
L. N. Littauer N. Y. ... .' 5,000,000: dairy trust has annexed the moon as To desiccated hay. Witness Whereof I have here I 1. The nama of the corporationshall : DAILYThe
unto set hand
my and affixed my official -
Jacob Rupert Jr., N1. Y.. .. 4,000,000 a source of green cheese.-New. York In the Same Boat. seal this 31st daof be PENSAWLA SHORE UNE
We all the tre'is finAn' May, A. D., & POWER T, ;'-Dsacola '
Tribune. pretend COMPANY and show
3,000,000' its principal following figures
Evens A. Hayes, CaL .. The Duke of Ltedi before suecee-- 1906. "'
'
father sa's it's great. place x>f business Pensacola! Journal's circulation t f' r
W. Wadsworth' Y. to his title active in politics. (Seal' WM. R.
N. Ing
Jas. 3,000,000 'HIH But doesn't seem In cheerful lood'When was QtJINA, Florida. day during the month of )la...
Jacob Beider, Ohio ... 2,000,000II. he looks down at his plate Once when canvassing he came upoiv Notary Pu'blic. 2. The general nature of the busi-: with the average number of : '

Powers, Me. . .. 1,000,000 THE PRESIDENT: WILL 7? t- {Paul! Cook, in 'Birmingham A an English shoemaker, whose vote he Jly commission expires January 16, ness shall be to build own and operate 1 daily:

S Jos. G. Cajmon, Ill. .. ... 1,000,000The 1lHEAR FROM CATTLEMEN &I' Herald. S solicited. "Sorry," said the shoemaker 1908.NOTICE( S a railroad by'steam, electricity or May 1, 5,800 May 17. '-.;

"but.I'm not going to vote for any other power, for the carriage of freight May 2, 5,800 May 13 :.J

following is offered as an infallible Savannah News. '$1 bioomin aristocrat. I can't afford it. IS HEREBY GIVEN that. and passengers in the County of Es- May 3, 5,900 Kay 19, *:*

cure for a bad cold by the S I've got four children to bring up." on tion the will 2nd be day made of July by ,Marion 1906 applica-Curry, camba, State of 'Florida; said railroad May 4, 5,700 May 20 ::J

Orleans Times-Democrat f *#*#*#**"i "That's nothing," replied the duke, to extend from the City of Pensacola, May 5, 5,900 May 21, '
New : J. R. Outlaw and Clinton Griffin, to, :
I ':
I "I've got five: and they are all girls. in a Northwesterly direction, to the May 6, 6'5O May 22 -
the 'Governor of the State of Florida
bottle of Irish :
Get a large whisky; It is a foregone conclusion that the @ The shoemaker came up and touched Alabama State Line! and to be about May 7, ... May 23, ? ''
for charter them '
: put an old hat on the foot of the president :will soon, begin to hear from him on the arm. "..lll right old chap" der a the style incorporating of MARION CURRY un fifty ((50)()) miles in length; and to supply! ,1 May 8, 5,800 May 24. i ;' :J
bed, then get in bed your self and the cattlemen and the ho raisers of electric light and 25, :; ;
I for 9 5,600 May
drink until you see two old hats or ? be: said. "You shall have my vote. It COMPANY, under a charter for power generaluse. May '. J
the west The dispatches say the the May 10, 5,600 May 25. y
in
seems to me we are both same which application has been filed as 1 ,
one new one people of English and other European S boat, and we'd better stick together." required by law, a copy of which is 3. The' amount of capital stock May 11, 5,600 May "7. 6, 'J

countries are boycotting all American ass follows: shall be One Thousand Dollars May 12, 5,700 May 28

We can now believe the followS meat products and there are evidences We, MARION CURRY. J. R. OUT, ($1000.00)), divided Into one hundred I May 13, 6,300 May 29, ', '.:
who said he found a piece of brass that in this Boctora and Medicine. ( I 14 .. 30, .
even country the popular LAW and CLINTON GRIFFIN do (100) shares of Ten Dollars ($10.00) May May
I
labeled "Fido" in a link of packinghouse ity of canned meats has received a When a doctor doe not have much hereby matte application for letters each, payable In lawful money of the. May 15, 5,800 Uay! 31.! = -, .

.sausage. severe jolt. faith in medicine it is a sign that be is patent incorporating u; and our associates United States. May 16, 5,800

S Of course the packers will be the a good doctor. The best doctors are in accordance with the laws of 4. The said corporation shall exist Total for the month. .. 157,350

Boarding house hash has been distanced first to, suffer, but, in a day or two, those 'Who give! good advice rather than: the State' Florida, under the follow!I for ninety-nine ((99) }'ell's.I --- -

when the cattlemen Sad the demand medicine; advice that is simple ,and ing charter: I 5. The business of the Company is 5,828

S as far as myetery is concerned for their cattle is falling off, they will has common sense back of it. Too 1. The "name of tha corporation is to be conducted by a President, a Vice- Average per day.. . --

by the Chicago< stock yards begin to realize what the packinghouse many people imagine they can abuSe M'AJUOJf' CURRY COMPANY, and President and a.Secretary and Treas- o
the
product disclosures mean. And then the S themselves and hire a doctor to make its .principal place of business is the urer, and a _ _ statement is correct accord ng 0
president will probably hear some tall '. S them as well as ever for $2. NothingS City of Pensacola, Escambia County Directors shalfbe elected annually
S It is hinted that Parson Rockefeller talk from the west. it -Atchison Globe.XIa.ader.tood.. State of Florida. at a meeting of the. stockholders, records on file in this office
:
is viewing the earth preparatory No doubt the course pursued by the, ., 15. The general nature of the busi- on the first Tuesday in January of

S president was the right one, but he S ress to be transacted by the said corporation each year, and the directors so elected
constructing a fence around it. .
to should have been sure of his facts be- Is the carrying on, at Pen shall elect on the fameday a 'President .

fore he ave the Neil! and Reynolds JI Farmer-Where have you been all sacola and elsewhere, of the business a Vice-Tresident and a Secretaryand

The lovely June bride has super- report' to the public. It is worthy o: this time? And Where's the old chest- of wholesale and retail dealer in Treasurer Until the first elec Mgr. Circulation.

le 'ed the sweet girl graduate in the notice that the correctness: of the re I _________ nut mare? Didn't you have hep shod,, grain, hay and feed stuffs, the opera- tion, John 'C. A very,shall*e President, /

public eye. port is being vigorously! denied, not "jjoni-5- all,. tIlQ e papers mane yo 11 as I told you? Jarge-Shod! Law, no,; tion: of elevators and grist mills the A. A. Ericsbn be'VlceiPrestdent, Sworn .to and .subscribed befor :L

only by the -packers, but also by men I very tired my boy?" J master! I bin a-buryin' she. Didn't I receipt and sale of goods upon consignment and E C. :'Melvln!, shall be Secretary: this. 31st day of May, 1906.

; A bill has been introduced in con of scientific prominence in Chicago. "NawJ: I don't read, 'em." think! thee said "shot?"-London Glob, and commissions and th? and Treasurer, and these persons, to- PERRY DICKEX




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SUITS. SHIRTS PANTS ; HATS- UNDERWEAR
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All Suits, regular $17 and $18 val All Shirts, regular $2.50 value,now All Pants, regular $5 and $S val '

ues. . .. .. '$11.95 go at . '. . .. .. .$1.95 ues, go a t.',, .. .1.. ... .$4.35 $3.00 Hats? .. .. .... ? ? ? $2.35 $4 Suits Underwear.. .? .... .. ..$2.95 50c Neckwear .' .., .. .. .. .39c
All 1 Suits, regular 14.50 and $15 All Shirts regular $2 value, now All Pints, regular $4 and $4.50 '

values at .. .. .. ..$10.65 go at. ... .. . .. w. .. .$1.65 values, "go at. . .. .. .$3.45 $2.50 Hats.. .. .. .? ,4 ... ? ..$1.93; $3 Suits Undtrwear .oooo .. .$2.25 25c Neckwear. .. .. .. .. . .19 c

All Suits, regular $13.50 values, All Shirts, regular $1.50, value, All Pants regular $3.50 and $3.75 ;. $1.50 Suits Underwear. .. .. ..$1.15

now only . .. : ..$1023 'now 'gO at. . . .. .$1,15 values, at.,.". . .. .-._.. .. .$2.75 $".40 Hats .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.45.
All Suits, regular $12.50 values, All Shirts, regular $1 value, now All Pants* regular $2.50 and $3.00 $1 Suits Underwear.. .. ... .. .. .8 9 c UMBRELLAS, .VALISES, BELTS,

go now at . .. .. .$8.95 goat. .. .. .. .. .79c values, at. ." .. .- .;. $2. 5--- $1.50 and $1.75 Hats ., ? .. ? $1.20 .
All Suits, regular $10 values, go All Shirts, regular 50c value now AU Pants, regular $1.50 and $2.00 50c Suits Underwear. .? .. ... 39c ETC., AT THE SAME REDUC

uuw at .. .. . .. $7.65 'go at? ? ., . . .. .. .39c values, go at. .. .-..- oo .1, $1.00 and $1.25 Hat.?., .. to ., 85c 50c Elastic Seam Drawers .. .35c TION.

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Q-- -*Q+Q+4j 0 G+&+Q+Q+&+Q+Q &+Q+Q+Q+Q O+O+O+O-O+O.Q courteously. Then a few moments 'ing or thinking. Easy, easy, my dear very grateful to you for your Kind mostly for government use. He expended
later, as they. reached the pavement, sir," as the old man stumbled a little; ness," his own fortune and then was
0 "Is your home far?"" "lean on me until you feel stronger.You Duncan smiled deprecatingly."It helped by friends and expended that in
0 b "Three blocks and down the next have had a good deal of-er-ex- was the least I could do-after," the same way. Now it has seemed
' alley," the old man answered. citement lately, I am afraid, and that he began, then added quickly, "but I right to our friends and to us for the
Duncan ur.ierstood, and he made a narrow, escape at the car was sufficient beg your pardon; I will not allude to government to provide some of the
0 The Appropriation Bill i motion for the ar to go on. The to unnerve anyone. You will be all that any more. Whatever I may have necessary expenses, for it is the gov-
northwest was the aristocratic part of right again in a few hours." felt yesterday, this morning I must tn-I ernment that benefits wholly by the
$ Washington but three blocks and an "I am all right now," quavered the sist on regarding both of you as results. We have never used a cent
0 b alley thus far beyond K was also pre- old man pettishly, and as though my pleasantest acquaintances, and anything I of the outside help for personal expend
sumptive of economy. He himself had ashamed of betraying weakness. "I I may have done has been a real iture. I teach music and languageto
9 4 By FRANK H. SWEET i rooms two streets farther on, and away have not slept any in about a week pleasure. Your father has talked very meet that and father occasionally
from a car line, but then he was not BO and that has upset me a trifle. We are little, but what he has said convincesme writes a little for the magazines. I
Copyright. 1 03. by Frank H. Sweet very far from college, the borrowed expenses very much obliged to you, sir, but will that he must have been a wonderfulman would never have mentioned this only
of which were not yet liquidated.And not intrude further on your time." when himself. And there is an- that asked I
_.. '.Ioc___A........................_.._.._,. ._. .._A_,._...._.._.._ ._.A..A.___"' L--.A..... the you our name. thought, of
besides although had "I will walk far
a- salary as as your home, other thing, as a flush of pride mantled I course, that you knew father's name
seemed magnificent before leaving said Duncan quietly, but with an added was Brooks and that he was once in
HE days when hand- nificant of disapproval, and yet when his frame, a first feeling of dissatis- home, he had found that a senator in color stealing into his cheeks. "If-if the senate."
i kerchiefs and notes the vote was taken there were Just faction with himself.As Washington has expenses of which a you are as I suspect it is. the least I J "Not ex-Senator Brooks the man
could be dropped from enough to defeat the bill. Some luke- they left the chamber a good fledgeling lawyer in a country town can do after"- whe invented so many of the useful appliances -
: the into the warm members who felt little interest many of the senators spoke to him, knows nothing. He had worked hard "Never mind that," flashed the girl r now used in the capitol and
d galleries either way were moved by the fervid some congratulating him on his speech. and long, waiting until he had passed quickly, and with a note of warningin in the library?" questioned Duncan.
senate chamber, thereto argument to vote against the bill, and In the lobby an old senator rested his thirty before feeling that he could I I her voice. "Father has had enough "The same. But father rarely uses
; r be treasured or returned it was their deciding votes that count hand upon his shoulder for a moment. even borrow money to provide the long]I excitement for one day. What has the word senator now. He likes the
Q-rrruu i by gallant sen- "That was a fine speech of yours, my delayed education Since then his fu- gone by is not worth while revivingnow. honor of being an inventor much bet-
ators, have gone by, ed.When he sat down the young sena- boy," he said kindly, "but it was mis ture had unfolded with gigantic strides, j As father says, we are very I ter, and his friends understand and huMor -
ana now fair visitors who watch the tor's gaze swept involuntarily along directed. I am sorry you did not knowas but he had met it without losing his : much obliged for your-kindness, but him." '
Jousting of great minds in the arena the galleries. They were cold, unfriendly much about the case as the rest of head. :Most senators were spending I will not intrude further on your time." Duncan's face had grown thoughtful
below art- debarred from whispered glances he saw not such us. Ethically, and in a limited degree, their salary and a great deal more, Duncan nodded grimly. The girl rec- I and regretful.
C'im-r.: Ing UI"llthe woodwork and even from perhaps the same eyes after his maiden We ought to have made a stronger effort few who could not. He was'redeem- "I shall walk on as far as your home," : -; ;; to himself' than to her. "I am still
utilizing the shelf as a temporary place speech in the chamber, less than three for the bill, a clearer argument, ing his growth in the past, and build- he repeated. "Your father may need young, as Senator Pellington told me
tar wraps and gloves. Such things but we were all so sure of its passage ing for greater in the future, and yet assistance-more than you can give but I hope I am not too young to
might divert the great thoughts of the that we neglected even ordinary pre- not being niggardly in meeting all the perhaps. He has been under a good :: : learn."
legislators, and there must be no interruptions cautions. Most of us were keenly disappointed real duties and obligations which per- deal of strain and ought not to exert Instead of going to his rooms he went
or embarrassments.But B but it is too late now. How- tained to his office. But it necessitated himself unduly." :i iai'jr.'a directly to the capitol, where he talked

the restrictions are futile. Hands ever, you made a good speech, a very I apartments on T street four The old man threw back his shoul- with various senators and employees,
cannot be tied or bright eyes hidden or good speech, :Mr. Duncan, and you are ders as though for indignant denial, and with them examined many of the
heads made immovable and so long as still young." but it was a last effort of the frail, appliances in use in both that and the
that is the case there will be com- Allan Duncan left the elevator at the I overwrought body. He swayed dL'.zily library bu.ildinThen/ he went to his
munications between ladies of the gal- basement floor and went out at the I.K for a moment then the tired old eyes room with the framing of a new bill
lery and senators of the floor. As in back entrance. A few senators and a s closed in unconsciousness.But already forming in his mind.
the seventies and eighties, there are number of visitors were already aheadof as they did so Duncan's strong Three days later the old man was
Btlll! orators who declaim to the gal- him, waiting for the green car, which arms closed about the slight form, lift- : strong enough to get out and his first .
leries, and not one of them in spite of was just coming in sight. ing him as though he were a child. use of the strength was to return t"
the prescribed silence, but knows per A white haired man was standingnear "Walk on ahead, miss," he com- his old haunt the senate chamber. His
fectly well whether the fair thumbs are the line with a girl beside him. manded, "as rapidly as you can. I will W J own bill was defeated, but the habit of
up or down. As the car swung toward them the old keep up. It is only a temporary faint- 1i many years was too strong for the disappointment -
This afternoon they were down, and man's cane slipped on the edge of the ness, I think, but we must get your fa- to keep him away.
though the clear, resonant voice of the + ?s -w asphalt, and he- lurched forward and therinto his bed as quickly as possi- Allan Duncan was not quite ready
young senator from Mississippi rang i would have fallen directly in front of ble. Then I will telephone for a phy r with his new bill but when he saw
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through the chamber in an eloquent the car only that at the same moment i sician... father and daughter seated in the private -
protest against the passage of a bill] I 'y oa Duncan, who was several yards away, ''I The girl's face had grown white, and gallery he yielded to a sudden im
he thought wrong there was a grim- 1' made a quick spring, forcing the old after a quick, inquiring glance at her pulse. A revision of tariff was befon
ness about the silence that showed the man back to a safe foothold with his father she turned and sped away I the chamber and when he found opportunity -
galleries were not with him. The bill left arm and saving himself from the three blocks and down the next alley, .' r- --- .J he submitted some clear, incisive

was a popular one, especially with threatened fate by throwing his right and then the girl fitted a key into a HE TURNED SQUARELY TOWARD arguments why new conditi-sns
Washingtonians. The senator finally foot upon the forward end of the car door which made Duncan's brows come SENATOR PELLINGTON.her of things demanded that some of told :\!!
closed his argument with a warning: as it came to a stop beside them. It together irritably. It was not econo- forms which were entirely suitablein
"This man may be worthy-doubtless was a daring act, made with quick eyes my, it was poverty. face "may I not ask you to tell their day should now bo obsolete.
hr is, or the bill would never have gotten and dependable muscles, but none knew Ten minutes later he was hurrying me your name? I want to think of Before he sat down he turned squarely
so far-but we have no right to better than Duncan himself how different toward the corner drug store to telephone you as real friends, with a personality toward Senator Pellington."Not .
misappropriate public funds, to makea the simple ending might have for a physician; when the phy- and I only know one of you as 'Estelle' many days ago," he said, "1
dangerous precedent. Already we are been. sician arrived he-was back by the bed- and the other as 'father,' from the way was told by- a member of the senate
burdened with pensions, and with appropriations The old man and the girl however, side. He watched there that night, in you addressed each other." that I was young. I did not appreciate ->
worthy enough in them. seemed to realize something ot:it, for spite of the girl's protests and againstthe I Her face showed surprise."Do the kindness so much at the timeas
self if from private funds, but the public their faces were white as they essayedto old man's wishes, when at last the you really mean that you do not I have since. I am young, very
moneys are a trust giver Into our thank him. Duncan listened pro- weak eyelids fluttered open and a faint know who my father is?" she ques- young, in the matter of mature deliberation -
charge, and we have neither moral nor testingly. The old man he did not even I + voice insisted that nothing was needed tioned. and wise legislation! and, although
legal right to misapply them to per- hear, for he saw recognition in the except an hour's rest, and in the morn- "Only that he is an indefatigable Inventor in helping to defeat a certain
lonai and private benefit. This person, girl's face, a recognition in'which the ing, while the girl dozed uneasily in her and that he was at work upon appropriation that day I believed myself
I understand is a resident of the city, indignation was forced back by her chair, he slipped back into the tiny something for which' an appropriationwas to be following the only right
a gentle old man whom most of you IT WAS A DARING ACT. present gratitude. He mumbled some kitchen and got breakfast for them. asked. I learned that much from course, I have since learned that my
know and love, and the speaker who words deprecation as he assisted the At the table, which was a small the speeches made while the bill was conclusions were the mere rashness of
preceded me declares that the experi- months before. His own eyes grew agitated old man into the car, and then stand drawn up beside the bed he before the senate." insufficient investigation. The only
ments he is at work upon are likely to colder and'grimmer'under the antago- hurriedly excused himself and soughta whimsically assumed the double role She looked at him questioningly, but atonement I can make is to frame a
be of much benefit to the country. Per- nism, and he wall about to lean across to seat at the far end. He did not care of host and guest and before the meal there were only friendly interest and new bill, appropriating for Inventor
haps. But there are many other gen speak with''a colleague 111 the next seat for a conversation with these two just HE ASSUMED THE DOUBLE ROLE was ended had them both laughing. inquiry in his face. Brooks' researches and experiments all
tle old men In various parts of the when his lowering gaze encountered a now. OF HOST AND GUEST. When finally he. left, with a declara- "Yes, he has been an indefatigable that was asked for."
country that we do not know, whose pair of eyes In the private gallery directly As the car ran up F street and on to tion that he would be back in an hour, inventor for many years," she replied When the senate adjourned he went
experiments or studies or works are in front, and for the first time a Fourteenth many of the passengers blocks away from a car line. He guid- the girl accompanied him to the door. "and has done some valuable work, straight to the elevator. The old man
beneficial Ought we to discriminatein slight color crept into his face. The alighted, others got off at the Arlingtonand ed the old man to the sidewalk. The The last vestige of wondering resent- the people say. I-I hoped the bill and the girl were waiting for him, as
favor of one in our midst, whom we girl was half standing and was very opposite the White House, and still girl followed, her face full of doubt."I ment was gone from her face and in might pass for his sake, his life is so he expected they would be, and they
know? Certainly not. I do not question beautiful, but he scarcely: noticed that..It others at K after the car turned up am afraid this is not your place its place were gratitude and confidence."I bound up in the plans he has under entered the green car and went to. It
that the experiment is worthy of was her eyes he saw, eyes looking Seventeenth. By the time it reached Q for-leaving the car," she hesitated. "I really do not think there will be way. If it were anything for us per street; and from there walked three
being fostered, of being helped, but it straight into his and full of a wonder- only they three were left. At the next saw you go past R street yesterday, any further need for your help, Mr. sonally the appropriation would not be blocks to a narrow alley, in which wero
should be from our private purses, not ing, almost piteous incredulity. Even corner the. girl touched a button." and- other days you have been in the Duncan," she said "Father is much right as you said in .your speech. I some cheap tenements in one of which
from the public funds. That would be while talking with the neighbor his The old man was still so agitated same car with us and gone by. better now, and I can look after him I don't think you quite understood then, I they had supper together. And in the
putting our hands into another's pocket gaze returned to her, almost against his from his narrow escape that he trem- "Why, really I had not noticed witha all right. He has had such turns before but now that we have met I would face pf the girl there was now neither
to assist a friend, a Dick Turpin way will. She was still standing, still look- bled as he rose unsteadily to his feet. half apology in his voice. "But then when under high nervous strain like you to know just how it is. resentment nor mere gratitude, but th*
of robbing Peter to help Paul" ing, a tragedy in her pose and eyes, In a moment Duncan was by'his side. I am an absentminded sort of fellow, and-and the strain this time has been ther has never accepted a cent for J.o'a-I dawning of something more, which
II* finished In a silence that was sig and now a' slight shiver went through "Allow me to help you, sir," he said and when in the car I am usually read- greater"than'ever before. We are both of his inventions, and they have answered the lizht in his ua&. I

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"free and independent 0, 0! The horrid mad!
Ruth elm not far from her father'shouse be a railroad man like his dad. I I[ have so far abused his trust as to flourishing it above his head as glory of being
T IS of DO use, said ." Not that she wasn't afraid of a We heard no more of "being inde
think the boy has the right stuff'fn )let you marry my daughter withoutJIM'S I he quoted from memory: "
"I Positively, "father would boy. If the mouse, for she was; not that she wore pendent. We no longer taw eyes up-
"Congratulations, my
The minister was waiting for themIn him, but I told him frankly that he
never c the church 'parlors. His wife was would have to begin at the bottom girl measures up
to brakcman. Why, found horrors, no! but she wasn't going to at the mere mention of t
marry a couldn't have a
the business from the standard, you
present and gave the bride a hug and learn "
ttewo': ?Jd ce'er let me- see you again followin better wife anywhere in all the have a man bothering her. She "horrid man. We heard instead of
he intended to
If
and kiss which 'cheered her heart ground up
i l-Dwalloned! such a thing to htm. a ; "FATHER." could have a far better time with a evenings p8.lisfJ1 cn the front porch,
as much as the'minister's blessing. his father's footsteps. 1 hope he; world. girl chum or with -a crowd of girlsa at t1 e park, out Jrlvlng, car ridingof :
aR, .Ruthi": replied" her lover, Then away to the :railroad station will never have to fight his way as when soulful Crown yea.

'I. p :\nv: but I can't give you updd' and aboard' a' train for three hours' I did in the old days we both 're- AS USUAL. man don't is feel always like coming seeing just him, and Finally, -xr -oard in broken bits,
i t< ,nit' not for you father or and I Jim but he will you
member
ride to a neighboring tty} you he always expects you to be enter- of a quarrel!, fierce and long' or ho;
i'iybody *ls*. Will you marry me close I have to take enough knocks to get
Late la the evening, sitting manhater. There was nodoubt.of. taining, and If he takes you anywhere words ant( of the departure of Mr
itheut\ bis sveitbeart? She was a
consent, together, they framed this telegram: I well toughened if he her expects to From childhood she had have to pretend you like : Mann in higb! clal 'eon. WIt saw i
it you
Th girl tapped her foot: tthe "Dear father-Have, just married'. stick his legs under his' father's ma- and scoffed the little boys I it, whether you do or not, 'and they I tear brushed stealthily! sway; Wt

rrounj for a moment ncnously, then Max Schiendler;; :Will ..you forgive hogany desk here in the office."I scorned who tried to be neighborly. When are so-0, well-and as for loving a even; yea verily heard n hint of a
; rev back hu head with aa archlyftt'tt us!" am sending him down "to you, broken heart, an/! Just thJj morning
I she 6 she ran away from school man, O! and as for 'kissing aman,
csture. early the, next, morning a Jim, because you are a real :lrJend.I } was It ku rd
Very because the teacher made her sit 10! 0! Words could not express her would believe v* of-of t
"T'';" she said ', *W. I do not telegraph envelope" was tucked un- want you to start him as' a brake- PI1 with little boy for 15 minutes. I feelings on these subjects. Why, how kiss!
tQtSIHl that he has VJJT right to der the door-.Qf their apartment, following man and work him up as.fast as his When a she was 10 she slapped a little could a girl-and the idea of grievingfor 0, the horrid aaa.
dictate the discreet knock of a bell ability warrants it. And then,. old i i
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to shallot .
is whom I shall or boy who' tried to kiss her, playing a lost love,as some girls In stories
haYb for hu bald. I will man, as a father, I want to ask you RATHER: QUIZE
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a *
go boy.With William. When she was 16 did-well, it was top ridiculous to
.- Y. trembling'.fingers! Ruth toreIt to the lad and if he "King .
ltt. ynu. Max, where and when you keep an eye.on cutting tone of "those consider.But .
in
wilt" open, then "gavaa ,try of joy and gets into any kind of trouble, let me she spoke men,"a and later when Mar alas! heigh ho! and a1a.ck- Blushing she hid her !& *> on her ,
horrid
o'r was! that tbd of the handed theFe-t1oW.bitQtpaper! to her know. I am afraid he has too muchof shoulder
daughter J spoke of quarrel with Jack, aday! It happened.She father's
41 _*..a erintcadent gave herself young husband. This, was the mes- his dad's independence to do it' and garet Bess sighed because Tom had wouldn't tell us.where. whenor "He loves roe," she breath-.. '

Into itekaoin of the youthful and sage: himself. and Carrie was telling how she met him, but he walked "Wants to marry' yo-i. b,!,," the
!
c iome. "But don't let him know that I gone away
handao;te hrfl. "Of course. Come I j
tllaI1. loveliy Fred was she listened home from church with her Sunday old man grunted.
"8u afternoon'found the girl back have written to you or that you ;;; how "
'hat: if you to* your place? That with a disdainful shrug night. "Yes, papa
said the> girl! apprehensively? under the parental roof. with, her know' anything about him. He is impationely and a" look of vast superiority. When, "Well, what of that?" I "What's Lis tneoza ?"

"Pi ttier will be sum to have you dis"Boot newly-wed husband" .and sitting In coming to you under an assumed in strict"confidence, Bess confessed to "0, nothing'at all." She !started.

Dv,,,d." her father's'den. name. hiving kissed Tom goodbY and, Margaret Then one morning she complainedof "I don't know," she moraurod r
-worry atnat that, lear," "Now," said the-- division superintendent "Most cordially yours, tearfully confided that she real- being sleepy. O-h-h nunvm-m! "but the cclncldeoc li very Btraoj? t

site ths Tocac mn Ut tlT. ."1 have "I am going''to read you a "JAMES HEUSTON, DAUGHTER.his ly did.love, 'Jack. in spite of the quar- Bess nudged Margaret and Carrie "What colonldtncfl! ?" sold; her ;
.in desk "President N. & M. R..R.
l t. UttJ money, and there are letter whlca.XliaiiUad my rel she could not and did not conceal looked wise and-Fanny piped In:. father. -- ,'
"They road you tn w," for several\ months.., .-It may surprise The division superintendent laid consent? and contempt for "such "Must have been up late." "Clareaw," she answered "aake-J ;
Ain Then he 'read as fol- down the letter. "There, young man, "0, don't worry about that, said her disgust '
Cht of about
evening!! shadows were both you.. .. "' "Not very-Mr/ Mann was over a that va'J rams qucitios year
inning "'' : you see the position you have put me the young brakeman"triumphantly, doings. ..
be :
alt the girl of his choice lows: eloquently nf the little while; !ACQc..
It !ieir wwj! trjstirs place under a "Dear'Friead.Jin-My! : son wants in. How can I tell your father'that drawing a'telegram from his pocket She often spoke


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I Every Advertiem e l1t .in.. .Thes Columns Is Read bY





.,* -- *{.j I[REAL -EST A TEI i I.; BROWN' &. :,


The With I I .
; Man Real Real Estate,


Quarter Block BARGAINS and

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Estate ;to Sell. . . $t O-(
In New City. .For '. North West 1-4 Block. 12 hood lot. for splendid few days shade

should not hesitate in the'least to putting his J1600 -For two blocks
regard . . West King Tract, 6 lots L- '
proposition before the public at lai'ge. .That. is. exactly feet on Bayou, good

what you are doing when $1000.00. :: ?'-...--________??,_ $350.00JLO <>. several outhouses
: under fence, good ;

YOU GET ON OUR'LIST: 5 (beautiful lots facin'g. south} -overlooking -' of- the prettiest' P\iI4-: bar'gain also to at be the s'old price.quck. !

hay and bayou. This is Ji i ing lots-. n New City overlooking $21000( -.Gets 10' brIck stores )
beautiful home site. can be made to bring ( (
', It is being demonstrated every day that entire satisfaction ?' l the Bay.< month. (
is the result of deals which are made in LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH per

this manner. It is our business to find buyers, and ME FOR SALE. Several beautiful l lots in $20,000-Splendid. to: R. R. and warehouse water ( )
with our experience" is much easier for us to find
; them than for you to make the attempt. List your 'RENTS COLLECTED. MONEY the; residence"iportioh of If you have property for )
i it with us. We'l sell it.
property with.Pensacola LOANED. "' '. .
North. Hill. ; Telephone 918 or call at

201% fhiesen Bldg. "We ;
For prices and particulars ..
: LESLIE E. BROOKS
; apply to ,
Investment .
I WANTED
Company
Phone 462. Fisher-Building, .. .. .. .. -
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: ,
4. H. D'ALEJHBERTE City Manager. WANTED-All owners or !

Mc know that we are agents for
W. KNOWLES, President. B. B. SIMPSON, S cttUrjr.J. HELP WANTED avid-Hyer Company, ebrated Conkey's Poultry R

L STILLMAN, Vertex ani GeL Manager. KNOWLES JY.K. Treasurer. .. ..\ -,;. 1 G ar nteed to cure rupe,
WANTED/ White girl iffwork in. Agents New York and to kill fleas lice '
Rael Estate, loans, General Investments. laundry. Apply at once. New; gape Also their wonderful egg

215 South Palafox Street Pensacola, Florida. I Method Laundry. 9june Life Insurance Company. S. Mellen & Co. Phone No.

18apr.
WN'f1EDA.woods! superintendent' t
8 E. Government Street.
_. to log yellow pine mill,, cutting 80 WANTED-The public to -
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---- m. feet per day. Must 'be able to con Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. we can do all kinds of '

: trol and furnish his own labor. Address float building, horse shoeing,

Will Double In F., P. 0. Box No. 33,'Savannah, G. Welsh Carriage Co
Ga. 9june3c I
WA[ "TED-To buy 10 to 40 \ ,,:;

WAi.'ITED--Good man to work In yard: i A Good Profit!!! in surburban property close to : ,, .
and in house. 619 N. Baylen St cola. Give lowest cash price ,
Value Inside 8june. I cation."Real Estate," care :\*
la Journal.
,;,
GIRL WANTED-40' work in tailor This: I :
; !; ff.: ,
shop. One with experience prefer
red. Apply C. Abt, 137 E/Intehden- Board and I II I ; -

of a Year I cia. -- Sjune 'S..-

-o Block 368. 404. 5 lots in block BOARDERS WANTED-;At \
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BRANCH MANAGERS WANTED-$20( 373 and 2 lots in block 319 caniz street; nice cool

That Is what a great deal of real estate cash weekly. Live at home. Experience (New City. Will sell all If table; terms reasonable. [

in Pensacola is 'going to do and unnecessary. No canvassing. sold quick at. .' . .. .$700.00 !Donaldson. :"-
Enclose stamp for particulars. Aluminum I
of it is in the following list: i >:
some FOR RENT-one or two
Co. Chatfield
Hanger Minn. Oh i '>i
West Romana street, four 5
: Half block in New City, fronting Save both by conferring with us I 3junelm. 'I nished front rooms; : ', I I
houses In the
room
Calalonia square.. . . ..$750 when out to buy REAL ESTATE. See very ure; with privilege of phone. I ..
best renting section of the
us about some of the following [rcv.NTED-50 tion desirable and near I I
: Laborers.
Apply at
Half block in East King Tract, In city, with good prospectsfor
422 W.
Store N. DeVillier street, renting Fertilizer ter Gregory. I ,
; once. Goulding Co. 27m p r
settled neighborhood.$700 i for |180 per )'earp .. .. ..$1500 I : an increase !n the valueof FURNISHED ROOMS- !ui I
: One-fourth block on Toledo square,I House on North "C" street, cheap I WANTED -Men and boys wanted to the property, houses all cated. Best rooms in the II : ;il

f New City .. . .. .$800i at .. .... .. ., .. .$600 i I learn plumbin'g, plastering brick'paying. new . .. . ..$6000.00'i )I clean beds. Apply 128% ( ] g> :

Lots 11th and 12th avenues, New House on East Aragon street only,;i Special offer life !! bo1ar ernment SL "
on ... .. .. .. ... .. .. .L'.st! your prop rty with me and I I,
$650
City, at . .. .. :. .$200 IiL1:I ship fifty dollars, easy payments; i iI ; will sell it. I ,\'
98 acres of good farming land, a ; THREE PLEASANT ROOMS
I II
j i position and union card guaranteed
:; I
.r I 209x132 V" feet on East Hill carline bargain at .. .... .. .. .. .$1000Four '!I I free 'Bros. I with privilege of light < i
catalogue. Coyne Trade
r .. .. . . . .$1250 blocks in West King Tract,,'j!! MONEYat the marker rate of in ing 301 W. Chase. -
I Schools New York '
Chicago, St. Louii
f. Lots: in East King Tract or West each.. .. .. . .... .. '.. .$1000'1'' 15mayly.I ,. tefest n' city real estate." '.: l -
f King Tract very cheap and on easy I We have numerous other proper PLEASANT place to board r ( ,-.
Hill on car line. Address
t4j
terms. Improved property in West ties listed with us and it would pay r ; u.-i
I WANTED-Everyone to Know that Journal.
King! Tract netting 10 cent. In. to consult before care ,.
per on you. us making your The Journal has nice, clean old i "

papers
\. vestmentSee investment Old at five
J.v. BuIIo'ckJr. newspapers cents a > .i l
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for sale cheap. Onlydive-Cents
us in regard to Lake View Haven We are 'in receipt of advices from I bundle. ,: at this office. They are ; ; :! '

,." Property. Prettiest place in New the fire Insurance companies represented -a ... and nice. ; : : i
: City and is on Bayou Texar. by us !':rhat ail losses ?n- CalIfornia WANTED-First-class Barter for cOlored Room 405, Thiesen Bldg. : : ; -
conflagration will be promptly :

,. D. Hale Wilson & Co. paid and TO that FURNISH THEY: WILL ABSOLUTE CONTINUE call at Sylvester trade. Ring Campbell 101p.-Store.near ring or, Phone 161.Wanted. Miscellaneous. -

dummy depot Warrington, rIa: !', NOTICE- -Having
'installed
d' Phone 234 15 South Palafox INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY
FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE FOR 24 apri. '" for the manufacture of -
f ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS. iron cornice, skylights, ( : : -
Protect your home and business I ters circular mouldings, etc., I 'f''fl'c; a: .

g T gainst loss by fire by insuring with .. WANTED lrr rr-- : .1 I H. ALrn1AN-Tin, Copper and Sheet prepared to do sheet metal .'
FOR SALE Iron Worker; cornice work a xd skylights all kinds on short notice. < :'

l us.ESCAMBIA WANTED-By a young bdy.llycom-I I a specialty;; roofing, guttering tion assured.. Estimates : '-

i New eight room house with hall, 10th REALTY CO. pet nt, a position as i !stenographer I I and repairing, 315 South Palafox St given on work In or outside i \I ,
i Can give best references. Address K.I PJione 560; residehceihone: 1316. Chas B. Vetter, 18 W.
Ave. and 16th St. This place has to be 204 S. Palafox Street. Phcme698.
P. O. 'Box 156, Pensacola-, 'Fit 2junelm.
, ;-*
J seen to be appreciated .$1750 Telephone 1052. -
9june4t SANTA ROSA-Pavilion, L.' -
Lots 3, 4 and 5, block I 140, New General agents for State for Home WANTED-D. B. White wants your'hauling fers the best a e

i'1 City. .. . . .. .. .$600 Life Insurance Co.., of New York. WANTED: -Young man, 32 years old, and transfer work. Satisfaction bathing and recreation to be "-
d.
'.i Blocks 125 and 126, Petterson Addition with wife and two children, wants.I I I&tti Ave., or guarnt&. phone 390.Address 1501-N the Gulf of Mexico. Launch ;: ';

':- water front new six room position as woods' rider for turpen leaves city wharf daily at : '
tine firm. Has ten years experiencE. Phone 659. Chas. H. Burton, <)" -
house on same .. .. .$1,600 Some References furnished.-. P. aiont- MATTRESSES RENOVATED New 12may., .-
':_ Block 63, East King Tract. .$2,600 gomery, Lock Box 232, Marianna. tick furnished if desired. Guaran I
1 teed. Crapet taken up and matting If will look around the -
Lot 7 to 14. inclusive, block 171. 8june2l you : -:

: : New City . . .. .$l',600I. New Green l laid if fc Wateon.desired. Leave orders at you will find a lot of ways a it.
Phone 193.
,;,:: Bargains WANTED-A good family wishes to 7mar Y011an use old ; -
borrow $100. Good security. Can See the Panto Water display at Hoo- can buy them in any quantity 'a

h JA.WILSON&Co. be returned any way desired. Address ton's Pharmacy. James 3c1':ugh office. They are put up in !i( ,
1 in Aaberg Pensacola:.' 7junelw. I wholesale agent. ljunelm; convenient to carry and sold I
!
cents bundle.
: : .1 I per
:1 Real Estate Agents I'
WNTED-Yku to save time and mon'l I WANTED-Everybody to call ands MATTRESSES AND -',

:i Salisbury Building, Room 7ii City Lots ey by seeing Geo. B. Ivey & Co., e the Perfect Pantry. Lawborn Mattresses made to order; I
F: 6th avenue between Jackson and and Blackburn, agents, 109 E. Government renovate New ticks /

Gadsden streets, to buy clocks and ., .street. 27maylm*. Second hand furniture /
8 LOTS, one block from 16th watchs. .SJunelw* ---
sold. Upholstering
and
Ave., car line beautiful loca- -. "WANTED 12 or 14 foot skiff. Apply 114 E. Belmont St., city, I : : ".
tion for home if taken at. 1!; stating particulars and price. j .
| W5LL BWLJD JlIOU'Son installment Davis Mfg. Co. C. T. Davis -
fi REAL ESTATE I once a. . .. ... .Bargain.! plan, or cash. You own thei I. Thos. C. Watson. 37 S. Palafox. TAlLORING-B-,: ll- ; :: .
Diamond
27
I ENTIRE BLOCK, 219 West i i lot I furnish the money- and buil.i :Y'- may. Gents' clothing cleaned >Pr
1 ,
i King Tract. . .'. .., . .$400.00'J!! house. You pay monthly, same asi MOTTO repaired on short notice. .
I; : ; I i i rent, in a short time house i Is your. OUR :-Honest weight and <
BARGAINS : 8 LOTS in block 109 West King ;I: Pay rent 20 years, it still belongs to honest .dealings. California Evaporated West Government St, i I ," -
ii Tract. .'. . . Idee.
I. .$250.00:L the other man. Will 'also putdown Peaches, 15c per pound, 2 Ibs.' : "
.23 LOTS in block 126. in West :i. wells'with good pump. 2-inch gal! for 25c; California! Evaporated Prunes LH. PORTER, Smaller.: I I i! J'

I I King Tract . . .$700.00 nized pipe, with brass'eyIindei'atlach. lOc per Ibs., 3 Ibs. for 25c; fine London Palafox street Orders '' !;

: B lots, Dallas Tract. per lot. .. .$ 50 4 LOTS in blQck 45, West King ;: ment, will make water fly'from a well Layer Raisins 2 lbs. for 25c; Heinz Apple : tents, awnings, camp stools : *
t_ 8 lots New City Tract, S. front I Tract if taken at once, per ;' 40 to 100 ft deep, and so easy a child( Butter, per crock 40c. E. B. Hoffman cots. .etc. Prices reasonable. J

.. Bargain' lot . ..5 . .-. .. .$ 70.00 can pump it. Cost ', but little moz ethan & Son, 57 E. Gregory St. Phone' SHIP 'CHANDLERS : .
: the old dug well All satisfac 825. 15maylm* "
2 lots, E. Andalusia. square, on other .
Homes
and property for sale ing & Co.. wholesale and
car line . . . . .550 in all of tory before you. pay a cent Get my chandlers< and :
parts the city.
,
s prices. F. M. Williams, Contractor AN'IED.-All kinds or electrical grocers only 'i';
Choice lots fronting Bay View }
L' Park . . . . 175(I f;;' Money to.Loan: on.good: real estate and Builder Room 308 Thiesen' Build work. I sell all kinds of electrical house of kind In city. Fair ''t1
8 room house. E. Gadsden St. 3600(, selurity at market rate of Interest. ing. Phone 802, 1 ring: ljunelm batteries and other electrical supplies. MILTON UPHOLSTERING i '
When you need me, ring 345 or 955.; :
Willie Mims, Proprietor.
L 6 room house, N. 7th ave. 12001: : '
r room house E. Intendencia! St 1500. WIANTEDopylng Or 'ofRce work to E. W. Peake.new Star. Laundry build L ture repairing of all kinds, ..

'6, room house E. Cervantes St. 1400; Pebley do in afternoon. Address W:, car Ing.- E. Garden. 15dec.'- laid, furniture packed for ::i $.

r 2 houses-N.: Barcelona St. ...:. 1900tA i Journal. 3junelw* COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand Phone 63. Next to Tampa n
'---, Cleaning Club, 212 N. DeVillersBt /
- beautiful home, corner, S. front PHONE 559.
: .' oncarne., .. '. . 2500Contracting WANTED married couple wants a Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your pat CARRIAGES repaired and : : :ii J,
-- -- -- cottage or part of-cottage-qn waterfront solicited satisfaction -
: house, repairing; leave ronage ; guaran- Floats built to order. :; <
: torderslorj: telephone .476 and the same: for the summer months. Eitherfurnished teed. Careful attention given ladies Ing" a specialty. J. G. Welsh : 1
; W-I1 have prompt attentIon/ : FOR-SALE or unfurnished. Give terms garments. Phone 1222. Sf1wirrrcarria'ges Co. J3,
and particulars in first letterAd L- j I .
dress Summer care Journal. : Ijun repaired and repainted -
All kind of real estate for sale' or: ; floats built to order; horse Money to .
rent North Hill -and East Hill vacant WANTED-We want your orders for shoeing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage I
N. McK. OERTING lots. Some very choice ones at 1907 Art Calendars. Over aGo ,original Co. 27feb MONEY' TO 'LOAN- : !! i

good bargains for homes or invest.menl rows money from Jno. A. : ,
designs to select from.' All WANTED.-Electric work of ah kInd:
'* Co., uy> E. Government St. :
prices. Hayes Printing Co.:, Pensacola. Let us can! your fans. reair your
: Public One large lot on: R. R. good factoryor need call on us.
Notary warehouse' site. One water front 16feb. dynamo, da jour wiring: etc. P 570. Pensacola:: Electric Co.. 205 3. I
lot that a purchaser could make no LOANED
Wl.-\.N"fiED-Agents to handlea novel Baylca.WANTED.. MONEY on all kinds
Phone 476. mistake to buy. One 40-acre farm ty in alarm clocks. Apply 'at 502%; 'fosal property on short

-. L. and( one of 160 acres, both near Pen 6th avenue, between Jackson and .-The Merchants Translw Terms easy. J- B. Gray & : :1
- sacola. Gadsden streets. 5junelw:* Co. wants your moving and hauling Romans- Phone 1165. '"
Four' choice brick business houses All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor : .'
F Farm Turpentine or-I ion Palafox St. for sale. Fine Investment WANTED-Your stenographic- work:; .sen. Prop. Phone 978. ISJunelnxWANTED. MONEY' TO LEND-On good I ne
1 : tate security, or on good !
-U-- Timber Lands: property. Few choice
offices Pensacola Typewriter
: Exchange' .-The public to know that at lowest rates. Leslie E.
for rent. ;
315V-S! S. Palafox St Phone 379.
LARGE
fr. OR'SMALL.QUANTIT'Yi old newspapers can be bought at L Fisher building.
Turpentine men all get rich and I 1
!
: Address 23may. bundle.
Call for five
i on or this office cents a Thelare
LOANED all kinds
have good turpentine business for "ONf'' on ;
15 W.ANTED-young men and woo all clean and nice. short
:- Turner Ayrnard sale cheap. crops boxes plenty young sonal propertyn ;
- ,. round timber lease on '.which together men to enroll with us for a: course WANTED-To sell a lot of old papersat Terms easy.' J. W. Bullard. ; :
Real' Estate and Abstract Co. with boxes good seven years longer. in stenography or bookkeeping and 5c a 'bundle. Apply at this of 28% South Palafox St., Phone
>f..: P.,O. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs Fla Write or call and see schedule of: qualify for good positions in the faIL fice. They are all whole, clean and -, .1

it.; .;;... property. We have more calls for business stu nice. UNLIMiTED amount 01 money ; : ,1
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;; :- dents than we can supply. Phone 900( all kinds of personal :
on
(:...t.- GENUINE GOODYEAR WELT $3 T. CRAWFORD for special summer rates*day or even WANTED.-A. R. Blngham want I Special rates to business men ,:
p SHOES, NEXT TEN DAYS AT THE ing sessions. Pensacola Business Col your moving and hauling. He giur. loans. The New York Loan Co. !

t.. M. & 0. ONLY. $2.50. 315 J4 South Palafox Street. lege. ;- ;antees all breakage. Phone 630. South.. -PaWox.




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et4MH44 + + + 44 $ 9 $. + 4 CITY OF; PENSACOLA I IMPROVEMENT I ;: j' ,


MARKETS Denomination $1,000.00 BONDS each. Dated -DIRECTORY--- .

lAUSLEY & COMPANYi:l Jan. I, 1 06. Maturing. Jan. 1, 136. Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F.

Navat Stores. Rede'ema'blev semi-annually.:1, '1926. Interest U. S. Mail and Banking Joppa Lodge, No.6, I. 0. 0. F.

Savannah, Ga., June 8.-The naval payable offer for meets every Tuesday evening at 7:3D
,tores market closed today as follows: sale these bonds subject to prior sale, o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall Belmont

i COMMISSION BROKERS t ;vrv .. .. ., .6 00 to 5 05 In amount to suit purchaser. Corres ani Baylen street. Visiting brethren

ti ;VG.. .. ...4 85 toI 90 pondence invited. 1 are cordially Invited.T. .

i 2.*. 'SI. .4 65 The People's Bank of Pensacola, } Banking by mail has becme H. FLEETWOOD, N. 0-

: 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET PENSACOLA FLA.I : i H 1!., ..j4 45 Pensacola, Fla. very pop- J. W. GINGLES, Sec

w .c.. :.. .. S. .. i.. ... .. .4 35 ular ,and common. Send us your surplus 31an6m.Pessacola. .
I. .4 25 -

I I Private Wires N. Y. H. 0'and; Chicago.iconONSTOCKSGRAINFROVISIONSaQdBONDS 1.. :.. ;:.4 20 money and let it be earning you Lodge, NO. 3, K. of P.
McMillan Bros. Co.
'.. .4 10 something. We solicit accounts of meets every Monday evening at I
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.' -.4 05 o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall
i 2.3 95 to 4 00
: over Pou stable, W. Intendencia St.
[5.. .3 70 to 3 80 One Dollar and Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.J. .
: I 3- .3 50 to3 70 Upwardon A. KIRKPATRICK C. a

t Bought and Sold on Margin or for. Investment. Spirits Turpentine 57 U cents. H. HORSLER K. of R. & S

New York Cotton Marktt which we pay four per cent interest A k Meetings of the

\ Reference: First National Peoples Banks Phone 1 i 73.j. Open High Low Cloti compounded semi-ahnually __, are Knights held of at their Commons hall

JantUorJ 10.47 10.51 10.45 1O.4tuh1
:.......................................... ; 10.64 10.69 10.62 10.61A.nguzt ..M.ILE ALABAMA.. 1 Resources over two and a quarter No. 8 West Intendencia -
: street
_. on every
10.54 10.61 10.49 10.41 '
= -- 4)oob.f.10,40 1&46. 10.37 10.3 million dollars. ,- S %'t ; Monday evening at

For Sale J Jw DMember..........10,44 10.M 10.41 10.41 : ..... 4-. ik'1l 't:30 o'cJock. Aa in-
*"" Professional Directory; K...York spots, 11.20 '11 V Titatlos is extended:
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-i __ _. _- ---- "" to visiting Knights. '
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fOR SALEA.: house with" sfcc!rooms iOpen IN SPECTOR9 r[ T AND N Nl JOHN B. JONES '
Garden street, 610 'fronting High Low aOH1.q S
on East[ of _-...... es84"" K>4 84 J. S. LEONARD, Grand Knight .
OIl) h.,\ four lots 30x100. Inquire T G/YATES M D11. ; .. Recorder.
Dr. T A. La-Far, 519 Guillemard St. 3ept. M ..82% 83% 83 8l HCorn. FIRST N.ATIONAl BANk -

:.jI11'i w. OPTICIAN .. Daughters of Rebekah.
Open High Low 01. CLERKS l[ K ARE[
ATTFNTIONUotI 306 77//EEEV BU1LDIH Jul,............61X l 50% 61 OF PENSACOLA FLA. Naomi Lodge No. 10, Daughters of
DRINKERS ,
TEA of tea BeJt.. .... ......51}i HSJ 60% (1M I Rebekah, meets every Monday night
want a delicious cup try at 8 o'clock In I. 0. 0. F. hall. Visit.
iiI\ owt\" Blend it is superior to any New York Stock MarketN W. H. KKOWLBS.Pre s. W.K.HTR.Jn.-V.-Pres.and CuMer.T. ; I ing sisters cordially invited to be
,10'' ,n! tea on the market. Only 60c WM. D. HOWE Open CHonSouthern W, BREST and W. N. ROHBRTS Asst. Cashiers.! ent. pres.
ia DIR.ICTOR-F. C. Brent. W. A. Blount. W, H. Kaowla. W. K. flyer, Jr
valuable ticket N NAMED
pr!: pound. A every ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW F&ciflc.? 67 66 D. Q. Brent MllS..B. R. WITKOVSKIMtSS
'lan"t.:; New Orlean3 Grocery Co. Copp.r................... .... 109 108 WILLIE K ':DR1CK. Sec. ,
14 EAST GOVERNMENT\ ST.
Jas. McHugh, Prop. .i.8.R. iso 1 -------- ---
!'honr 1U5. } S : : ------ --
itch. SI. E. B! A. No: 81
;Junt'. 801.B 91 meets first ani
158 1563/I third Wednesday: evening at 7-30 '
p.
FOR SALE Finest.car load of horses R.BT.............,. 85 84)).. Officials fQf De 1Dcrati Primary m.. Rafford Hall, No 10. West Intenddeacla
.
received in Pensatola. ''McMfl- B.0....,. 110 110 ; No. 5603. street.
p\'r Brie.....:....:..';. 46% 46 H "
West Intentfencia St: I A. G. FELL
JaIl & Turton, June 12 Designated by Executive Pres..
O.r.l 60 57H y C.W; LAMAR President. JOHN PFEIFFER, Assistant! Cashier. I J. L. SWEENEY. Sec. S
M. E.CLARK,Vice-President and Cashier. ANDREWS, Cashier.
J..W. Assistant
tJun .
U.
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S..S. 4114! .41 .
U.S., 'referred...-.......;... 106% IOnS Committee. I Pensacola Lodge No. 4irbTd7>r'

FOR SALE-Remington typewriter.* ,- B. ......,.-". SIVi '. 80LAX..1. THE NATIONAL BANK : i Pensacola Lodge No. 4, 1.: O. O. F.,
Rem" care Journal. 6unelm] PATENT APPLIED: FOR ...'.?..;.;... 148Jg 140! AMERICAN meets every Thursflar "veninjr! at 7:39at ( '

At all| Druggists. I..4...................... r. ... 'Inspectors and Clerks appointed by I the new hall on Belmont and' Bayle"'
FOR SALE-Retail grocery store, MUS-QUIT.U'MFG-CO., K. ....'...; 97 87?<' Executive commltee OF PLNSACOLA FLA. streets. Visiting brethren cordially
down town. Apply A. Greenhut & Jacksonville: Fla. L ... ISi 1321 the Democratic DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED' invited. E.
Co. 5junel6t* C&D.Pao...................... 16014 159% of Escambia County, Fla., to serve in STATES.- J. NEVILLE Secretary.GREENBLATT

1r0TFRK1toai N.T.C ....................... 141" 140% the Primary Election .to be held June S CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000.

Se the Pluto Water display at Hoourn's Woollsfs users ol morphine, p.o .......................... IID% 9'2B.D'G. 12th, 1906. are as follows: W. O. ..". -
Pharmcy. James Me/Hugh/ PAINLESS opium, laudauull.\o 1443BLF U % Precinct No. 1.-J. W. Cherry Will DIRECTORS. Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. 'J. WH

wholesale agent. Ijunelm eaineorwIske'yar ellnrof turn Co. .' ..... 17 i 1d34w.I. (Rich, John Henderson, Inspectors; Henry L, Covlngton Frank Reilly F. E. Braner, meets In Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd
... ....
Oil large book of particulars ; "X t8.B 211 Victor Goldbach, Clerk. J. M. Pfeiffer, W. S, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar, Wednesdays in each month. Visiting S

FOR SALE-We have a lot of keg', I i U M sanatorium oa home treat or r.0.t........_.... 158 SSJi. 15614 88 Precinct No. 2.-Floyd Athey H. C.,.. Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourln J. R. Saunders, sovereigns cordially invited.

suitable for flower pots and other; me t. Adaress,Dr. Penn.... ..................... 133 lSS Miller, J. F. Helton, Inspectors; J. A. M. Avery W. H. Milton 0. E. Maura F. A. BOGHICH, C. C. S
purposes; also a lot of whiskey, syrup AND B. M. WOOLLY, u.P.-:_ ....:. 152 Ul White, Clerk. W. L. Cavvthon S Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Qcrtlng I LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.
and other barrels, which are suitable' WhlsksrCure l 1WN.Prior St '- Precinct No. 3.-E. Brewtqn, W. Alex'McGowin, C. M. Covlngton' M. E. Clark.
Atlanta, -
ior packing crockery or fish and cured!, rMORPHINA.CURA Ausley & Co.'s Daily Cotton Letter. W. Fell, W. W. Kirksey Clerk. Inspectors; Safety deposit boxes for rent at $$2.00, $$3.00 and $SJO the year. Private apartmentin I --
George A. Merrill Pensacola St. Andrews
meats. We buy all kinds of barrels, and
New York, June 8.-Today being i a ''Precinct No. 4.-J. H. Raines, E. connection for the convenience of customers. ,
.md re-cooper and clean them. Sup- holiday in Liverpool the markets 01
III t> always on hand. If you need any this side were dull and uninteresting Padgett, J. P. Landgreen Clerk. Inspectors; Four per cent interest Paid on Time Deposits. Gulf Sfeamship Go '
barrels have for sale ring us ., C. P. Gonzalez-,
or any but the tendency seemed toward i a .
Wir.
235 residence 591. An infallible rem.dy for tn,CUll of Drug Habits of all kinds. ; 'IPrecinct No. 5.-A H Bailey, STEAMER TARPON.
ap. Phone phone Sent postpaid at$2 per bottl*. M h'lII-Cura' i it prepare higher range of values. All sorts 01 White, J. J. Shelby, Inspectors; Louis
Pensacola Cooperage Co., Geo. A. ta!H/podermic: Of internal u e.'.DelU Chem.Co.,St Louis. rumors were In circulation about tilt,. Frater Clerk.! YV. C. 3ARROW Master,,

Vucovlch. Pres., No. 9 S. Alcanlz.! For Sale in Pensacola by government making a new estimatEon 'II Precinct, No. 6.-S. R. Tate. T. J:. I FIRST-CLAE? PASSENGER: AND

I7maylm. W. H. WHITE & CO;, Druggists. the acreage, claiming the' 'one OD Davidson, R*%'J, ,rBeming. Inspector; .'". FREIGHT SERVICE '
FOR SALE A lot or old' newspapers.Put the fourth was noj correct, also that O .E Jennf1! IClerkl : r, mL'l'CtI Rj.Pautam. T. B. W LLlIS. VIOI'PJutu, -Betwestt-
with the acreage as "iven by the gov 1..W. 'N. Williams B. S B. K.Bh75RYLL,OASHIXK.: MANSFIELD MOSKNational (O,A. Jt.C.4.MJID
up In bundles convenient for. : Precinct No. i PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHI.*
carrying. Only five cents per bundle For Sale ernment prces: should work higher. H. Hastings Thos. Rutherford, Inspectors Citizens Bank COLA. CARRABELLE. ST. ANDREWS -
Apply this: office. as the world's needs of American cotton ; WrE.--Tucker: Clerk. MILLVlLLE.
were around 12,000,000 bales aridthat < Precinct No. 8.-Henry Chalker A. of Pensaoola Florida. And all point on St. Andrews Bay,
CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton & ''FORIJET. idli sell L three. north.. the present' acreage would lad: C. Fillingim, .k H. Odom, Inspectors; S D'RlCIOP.S.aet.1l. CarrabeUe and Apala' \ hicola.:

Watson have just received a large east corner lots, block' 140, N.' C., a. long;.way of supplying .that.amount., GeorgeGibsonClerk Wrigh 11I Frls Bear. 1'E.Welles. Eix M. Robinson. L. Hilton Greta.H SCHEDULE I

upply of the latest city naps,'showing 'overlookingjthe: bayou and facing a The tradeis now .confronted with Precinct No. 9.-JfT.: Filfingim, H. CEJVtTAL BANK INri BVSINtSS TRANSACTED Leave FeiiSfccota Sunda: sao Q,

all of the subdlvls in5. The maps are .public square bounded on each side. an unusual spectacle Mr. Harvi< I H. Gray, J.Vp.. Hoggins, Inspectors; B. for Mobile Ala.
official .and down to date and are by a 100 ft street for $650. N. MeKenzie J.Qfdan..bearish, and Mr. Theo. H P M. PritchetC lerk. S Leave Pensacola. Tuesday. 8:30 p.

mounted on heavy linen. Regular Oerting.. ., .'' Sjune. ?- Price. bullish. Precinct N<'?> ,10.-RuDe-Henderson-: 0. for St Andrew, MillvHle, Apalacoicola -
price. J2.50; epeciaj! price on lots of There can -be no doubt about therE W. T. Godwin, ,Ben. 'F. ;6Bryarsi In. ? CarrabeUe and intermediata

rive or more to agents or real estate F9t &tU..E-I. have twelve exceptional : being A heavy .short interest In thE< I spectorsj; Burge. ,Brjarsv43lerk.Precinct'JiOjc points.

men. Hooton &, Watson. ..8Jnay.I ts in northeast New City in Lake. market-; and this appears about thEs < : :: : l-r-B-s-AI.; } ryar% 'LOUISVILlE & NASHVILLE RftlLROftfl.rtagH .COMPANY, For additional Icforma.Mon J. R. SAUNDKR3.apply tj
I.1-View Haven'to 1ity;<;tJle.land has a :1 W cbFarie1l, In- .
influence in checking the decline Richard jaa gs.J, F .
FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire desirable elevatori! 'and tHa title is as Crop .advices are about all thai sreciors; B.' H/Bryars,. Crerk. .. T ant Ucat TlmaTabUs B.etwtaii nsacDIaantPlnbS. 14itb% E. R. COBB, President
hogs best of breeding. Ask for clear as.crystal slaughtered at $60 I' UP Gen. Frt and Pap!!. Agt-
;
; H d3wt
could be expected and weather conditions Precinct No. 12.-R. P Reese READ ; 4 REAP Pensacola. :Fla.
catalogue. Carl Setterlind, Chipley. per Jot,. if the whole is .taken. N. :McKenzie are favorable to the growth 01: K. Davis,. J. G. Yniestrat- Inspectoral Trains 010 Trains Ncs.A .

Fla. Oerting. Sjune KnowksClejk... A ,A 1 S
: cotton. That section of Texas which A. N. -
affords 'the earliest cotton Is well ii Precinct No, 13.-O. .E. White, W. :09m 4: OpD9S.5prp
FOR SALE. OR RENT-TwQ lighters; FOR SALE-Poultry! farm near Big Eie5pm'11&m: LY } naacoa..r. ROUND TRIP SUMMERand
one with capacity for 75 thousand ft. : Bayou, eight acres under fence. advance of last )'ear'and within: th ii B. Strickland J. C. Porte, Inspectors : 6:2Iki: Ar .. .Montgomery. .. .Lv. : if:15iro

lumber, the other thirty thousand ca: Good boating, fishing and bathing. F. next: thirty days we will probably have< ; J. G. Oliver Clerk i 11-fawn 910m 4r. ... .Blnn'ngbam L 4: Sam: S
paclt). Rates reasonable. Also 'two ''N. Howell, Warrington. Flal3junelw : many new bales put in their appear.. Precinct No. H.-.F. E. .Brawner;': 7:2$71n: 81tn: Ar..I'ashviIle..J.y. 8r4 *' 2::25a i:25am CONVENTION RATES

I fear of an early new crop movement.1 Abe Daniels Clerk.Precinct . ".> Lv qttit Oin
5 ft beams. Telephone or write J. A.j 15.-T. S. Caro F. E. 8:1m : Round trip summer excursions from .
: No. Hi
MARINE AND STATIONARY ENGINES will operate against new crop months I . .St.LOULS..Lvf;;; R. Jit .x; "m
Baffin & Co.. Milton. Fla. 25iaar i for sale. Wonder' Gasoline ommyns, F. M. Whiting Inspectors; :49am 2:-16pm-- .. all points east to Pacific coast and ;
Fluctuations are to be expected but' Clerk. 321Lm TivT! : ..Nashville.Ar.. "', i.laam northwest from June 1 to September
HiiTeiec- : 'I' Joe V. Reira, SOpra- I
ON THE HIGH LAND Ease Engines are thesimpliest, stronge'3t'and on firm spots, unless they are due to '
tric car line six lots 100 ft. front I' best engines on the market for natural causes, we think it opportunEto Precinct No. 16B. P. Williams. C. ?:Hara ..8.=i3OanIf. Ar . .Louisville'iff., :.a{, 9Oci eieopm; 15, with special stop-over privileges, .
''jy 137& deep corners $700. Inside:I the money.. Send for catalogue. Ed sell. B. Faircloth, James HubbirdJnspcc- 2Cam t!: !>1.' .Ar. .. .Cincinnati.j. >1v. '90PtU : good returning to October 31, 1906. -

!lots $600. There are no better situations .;: B. Banks Pensacola. Phones 1377 The steadiness of the July position tors; H. H. Bachar, Clerk. ;! Mobile and New Orleans.. N. E. A. meeting at Los Angeles ,
H. KUbee H. Pensacola, 9-13.
Precinct No. 17.---W. Between July
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than these lots. A. V. 577. 3juneltn 5
Clubbs. and would suggest that the shorts in thi: .
-.- -- -- I I ,. option, will find it a difficult matter ic: A. Suggs, Sidney Clopton Inspectors; -iii.: 243 4&1 342 f'f& 4 &. 6 Elks: meetin'g at Denver, Colo., July ,.
JUST RECEIVED-Large snipment FOR SALE-Herd fine Jersey dairy J. L. Hoyt, Clerk. -- 16-21. -
In that month which should. : .Ai 5OOarij4O0pm16:3Orn10:45am }
Imported Olive OIL Retail by pint, cows with well established milk cover Precinct No. 18.-j. A. Williams, :09am 11:05pm 11:56amILv--pensa| Summer rates to Colorado June Ito .
be As" . .l2:40amllrS9ani 2:35pij25am
prove to a good 'Purchase. .Mobile }
gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso route. No competition. Cows and : J. Brewton H. T. Enterkin, Inspectors 2:5aam 4lSpmAr September 30.
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I rule the cotton market showed considerable 8:16pmAr.. New OrleansLv4| 8:16pm: | 9:
& Co., ship chandlers and1 grocers 701 business first class' condition. ApplyS. ,, ; R. J. Bowman, Clerk. ::08pm 7:1arn: Hotel Men's Convention, Portland,

South Palafoi._40ct..I A. Taylor Century, Fla.3junelm* buying for steadiness the reason, due that to operator they believed :: Precinct No, 19.-W. B. Miller, F. Ftomaton.-Pensacola. River JuntitSop! and Jacksonville. Ore., June 25-28. 5
Wood J .P Dawson, Inspectors; the splendid through servjcaof
FOR SALE.-Improved and unimproved TEA: DR1NKERSATFENTION-4f: the crowd to be bearth'an" !! ;:[L J. Fillingto- Clerk. 21 5 1 I 3 Trains do uot'stop .stltions. f 2 I ( I 6 I 22 Use the Southern Pacific from New Orleans .

property In all parts of the city. you want a Delicious cup of tea, try short 1'1\1.Precinct No. 20.-G. W. SlcCurdy, Daily\Da.ily'I UYIDai1Y I wherellO time is.sb"owu rDallyl.tDa.fly\Dail\DeJ1y\ \ Union Pacific from Kansas

J A. Wilson & Co.. Real Estate Agents, "Our Own" Blend' IT IgT superior to any' The storms that visited Oklahom Martin, Jr., W. M. McCurdy, Jr., ::::-:1-4---55 2:3OI2:50: Lv.-. .FtQmaton .-.Ar.: 12:4& 1Z5: 8: City or; Chicago.
Room I'
7, Salisbury building. Phone dollar tea on1 the. market. Only.60c and the Indian Territory .the fore par Mark McCurdy. Clerk. :12:40 1:21 ...
; Inspectors; .. 5:00 2:35 2:55.: .. .. .Oeutury ; : : 8:21. Through Pullman tourist cars from
172.:_23jan per pound. A valuable ticket in every I of the week were said to be sever<<,1 Procinct No. 21.-Preston Pierce .. .5:07'2:41.3:05.: ...Blull.S rings .. .!.U.:33 Ih5 8:1.: .... Washington 'Atlanta, Montgomery,

FOR S'ALE-Three joke of oxen and package. New Orleans .Groc ry Co.I and considerable damage was done. I M. E. Henderson, R. I. Bradley, In- .. ... .I 5:172:51'32O1.: ,. .)fdbt 4.. ... ...i2Z2 1.P5: 8:06.: .... etc., and from St. Louis! and Chicago

log cart good team in good condi- Phone 105. Jas. McHugh, Prop. Sentiment is unquestionably bear spectors; C. R. Vaughn, Clerk. .. ... 5:30 3O43:6..1.. ..Pine Barreni... .. ..le:08.U: 1:53. .._. to California. -
; 7june. Isa but there is also a fear on-the par:: Precinct No. 22.-Clyde McDavid 3:13\3:50.. .. .. loIln .'. ... .$s11:49 1t.7:4.. .... Write for literature and infor I
5:39 me
'ion and working every day. Price : .. \
HOO. I of conservative traders of the teavlshort : W. F. Brown, B. C. Jernigan, Inspec . ... .Quinten .. .. ntt: !: : .. 5
Call on or write J. A. Chaffin & ... .5:43 1.4:04. mation.
FOR SAL'E-oFor. -sanitary purposes interest which has been heavj.1;t W. H. MaO, Clerk. *1lU.l'lS.1,4.
tors; .. .. .CoHa e llmi.. .. : ...
F. VAN
( .5:53.3:261.4:11. J. RENSSELAER
Fla. ,
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Miltop. .
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have In 'stock Ground
i we Hydrated increased during the recent decline.: Precinct No. 23.-H. D. Barrow, W.
.. .. .Cantonment. . 11.011-:26.:31. ....
I .5:573:291:15. General Agent,
FOR Tennessee Licae; in strong paper ba'gs, c:. Kelly R J. Seymore Inspectors; .".... .. ) .. -
S'ALE-Lady"S saddle, extra I ..., .Gonzalez. 11:35j12:217:26GtO33:3 : : & 124 Peachtree St. Atlanta Ga.
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good fine 40 Ibs. at 25 cents at ware house. A.I The Very Best Remedy for 'Bowel H. C. Killam Clerk .. ... .n:33'lhl '1:24. ... .
; Shepherd dtfg; also ... : *4:25. .. .Roberts. R. 0. BEAN. T. P. A.
brand new Century Encyclopedia and V. Clubbs,. Corner- Gregory- and Alca- Trouble. FRANK REILLY, .-..,. *6:152:4: .4: .. .Ollve.. .." .11:2U', 9'1:1: ; .... G. W. ELY, T. P. A.THROUGH 5'
Dictionary. niz. 8june Chairman of Dem. Ex. Com. .. .. .11.j1.O4 -1:09.....
Address 1102 East Gads- Mr. M. F. Borroughs, an old and .... : *0:213:51'4:48: : .-. ." .Brent. .
den St.. or phone 285. 9may FOR SAI1E-Palr potted ponies 5 well-known resident of Bluff ton, Ind., A. H. D'ALHMBERTE, ...:.: 6:25t3:54452: : to ... .Gouldl g... ...11I112O1 1:<<1. ....

I years old, sound ,and. gentle. Donkey says: "I regard Chamberlain's Colic, Secty. of Com. a.-.. :6:30 4:00 5OQ; Ar... ..PensiCoJa .. Lv. 11:05: .11:55 700......
AUTO OBILES.-J am agent Tor the and cart; Just the thing for chil- Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy as the L\ aLTAA[
I G. B.Burnhans Testifies Af r Tour iF 1. ,
Pupe Mfg. Co. and can sell you auto I dren. One cheap farm horse, one good very best remedy for bowel trouble. I Years. : P-M I I S I A. M .

from $ oo.oo up. They cost less than mule. Hinman & ..Hecker: Century,I make this statement after having 5:00.. i.... ..... 1:00 Ly.. ..Pens .cola.Ar, .. .10:5 11:15: -
horses to keep up. They can be runIn Fla. 23may used -the remedy in my family for G B. Burhans of Carlisle Center, S ... .... .7:13. .. ....B:>hemis;.. .. .. ..... 'US5 f-i.- 5
sand or anywhere a horse can go. ,4 I several years. I am never -withoutIt. N. Y., writes: "About four year 5:201... ..... .. 7:15 ,. .. ....GulI P"lnt.o.\ ." '11:33: ::. . '10tI _
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Leslie- E. Brooks. FOR SALE-Second hand 25 H. P. ." This remedy Is almost sure to ago I wrote you stating that I had S 5:251-... .... .... .' .. .. ...Y&Q4tra. .. ...... ... '10tO: ( .
boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply to been entirely cured of a severe kid .. . ;
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i\R SALE-Ten new and second be needed before the summer 1 is .over. ;I3'... .. .. ..seam1)ia.) .. .. HO:28 .10U S
second hand office safes, different New :Method Laundry'ISAprll. Why not buy It now and be preparedfor ne)' trouble by taking less than two S .. 'I':1 ... .. ....Mul ..t .... 10:1V.: .. ,.. '10:36 'ep

Ntes' best makes at bargain prl e3. REGULAR HACK LINE- From Chip- such an emergency? For sale by bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure. It, S 5:40.. .. .....-... .Ual'P; '.,, ... .....: !.. ... '10:12: _

Ecarritt Moreno, office East Governs I ley, making .coanecUons with mall all druggists. I entirely stopped the brick dust sedi.. 5:45..1': ... .. ..f 7:3;) .. .Ga1 Cl.ty.-4.; .. .. ;'.:.... ; .. -10:1 '

gent St. 24mar 1 launch for points on St., Andrews bay. meat ,and pain and symptoms of kid. :03. .. .... '1:39. o. ... : l1ton. ... ft4'.,10:().. ..\..... 10:14

I Extra teams, for traveling: 'men. Good ney disease disappeared. I am gladto .' &6:351. ;... ....... .. .... .. .Good Range .. .. ...... .... .e. 93: H.iiL -
FOR SALE-Nice, clean old newspa'I horses, comfortable vehicles. .Call on MAN gay that I have never.had J.: a returnof C 7:051..C: 8:15. ... .. .Holts. .. .. ..... ... .... ... .... .' 9':15 .

pers. All whole and useful at home- or address J.Ci Sinclair\ Chiiey.Fla. any of tboaa symptoms'' during the t ...... 8:30. to ... UI11gan. .,... .. .. 9:12 ... 8:52
01 in your store. Only five cents per. Telephone No T4. 28apr Where will you and the .maid four years that have, elapsed arid I am. 7:76.: 61". ::'....... 8:38.. .. .. .Crestv eVt". .. to. 9:0 .. .. .8:38 i

.mndle. _* (Madam) and the Kiddies spend. the evidently cured to stay cured. and!: 809 .... 8:56. .. .. .Deer Land. ,. ... .... ...... .. .. ..8:03 _
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1 FOR SAL&-Econ rnize- by- purchasing summer. ,- heartily recommend Foley's Kidney ; ... .... 9:10... b. .Mossy Head '.. .. .. 8:33 ..... .. 7:40

'OR SALE-Fine pot flowers. choicest' of lots oa East Hill at Why not .take a flyer (Our Flyer-) Cure to any one suffering from kId.' .. .. .... :! .. ,. rings. .. 8:13 .. .. 6:57 S _

Apply 1408 E. Gadden! St. or phone I $800 per lot, no'preent' need 6f paying" to the finest Summer Country in the ney or bladder trouble. For sale by S 8.:33.... ... ...1. 9U. .. .Argyfe . .. .. 7:44: .. .. ... .. 6:42: _
3 6rings. Mrs. J. J. Rogers. $400 per lot and" $750.for a 30 foot. world?' Cool Bracing and Invjgora. \v.A.- D'Alemberte, druggist and .. .... .. 9:57.: .. Ponce DeL' (jn. ... n. 1:29... ... 6:20: 5 :
3ma'lm. I bairen s nd. Three beautiful .. apothecary. : : ... 7:1. ... .
strip qf ting Colorado. .. .....1010.: .. .. .Westrtlle. .. ." 6:00: :
sites of-five-Tots -each at-$150t) for LouIs 10:121. .. .. ....Caryville. .. .. ... 1:12 5:52
FOR SALE-Lumber It only takes a day. Leave St. .. .... ..t. : ,
Joel Frater's Is now cheap at::1 each quarter block;; 'not over 100 yds the Missouri Pacific at. 9:00 "a. in. NOTICE. 10:221.... ... ...10:15.: .. ... .Bontfay.. .. ..... : .... 5:24 '
lumber yard on Bay" from electric car line. ...&. -V- Clubbs. en Pursuant to the call of the Democratic JO:45: .. .. .Chlpley. .. .. .. 6:31. ... 4:55 0. .
< morning early are In .... :
en street wharf. Get his prices and The next .you, .. 11:12 ...
Sjune. County Executive Committee .. .. .A.cock. .. .. .. 6:27.: ... 4:39.Cottondale. .j
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:'uild' you home .::1' Colorado. 11:29... .... 10:58.: ,
a
before adatiee .
prices there will be .a see .. ... .. .
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which Is for descrlp
Living Cheap. 11:43. .
-Jmaylm., is sure to. come. I FOR' SALE-Fine hotel site; best sUuatton tion pamphlet-list Boarding Hous i! ond primary election held or l 12:10: ... .. ...11:01\.. .. ..Maranna.! eo .. .. 6:00.: .. .... 3:55: SERVICE !
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in the city for a' tourist ho- etc. Tuesday. the 12th day of June. 1906, 12:44.it".;. ... \. .. .Cypress. .. .. .. 5:38. .... ... 3:19 ViA : II
tOR SALE::A fine piece of waterfront tel ISO.feet fronting'southby\. ; 172 feet for the purpose of nominating candidates : .... 11:5-2.. .. .Grand Ridge.. .. .. 5:32... .. .:. 3:011:13tu. I
property 50 feet front on West:J deep on East Government street overlooking LOW RATES t for the following offices: e12:551": ..;.'........12:02.. .. .. .Sneads. .. ..... S 5:21 '..... 2:48 I SL. &.N., E. & T. H. and C. & E. I. i.1 i-
To Denver, July 9th 14th, account
to .
Bay Shore at the foot of Clubbs street,.I Seville- squareand Adams meeting B. P." O. Elks. Two members of the House of Rep 1:30. ...... .... 12:1SL ...Rlver Junction 5:10. .. .. 2:30 I.1 2 Vestibuled Thuugh Train Daily /"> ".. .
NASHVILLE CHICAGOTHROUQHSLEEPER9uoOAYCOACHE3
'Hh a 4 room house front and baCk: street with x>pe i view. of Pen cola Francisco resentative. :..... .Jaclisonvl11e.. .. .L'r f ,9:05... ... 4:Ot) :
24th .
lallery has the property.lapr. .- To, San June <; .. 10:501 1' 1:40\.r.\ I ; :
a nice wharf 25C $10,000-will buy OiiCounty Comm3ss.kmer District PM
about : (f.A.f.
bay 1 J '
feet July 6th. : AY t I I' I __ __ KEW ORLEAHS.IO CHlCtBO.DlhlNQ .
long, running out to._deep wate ri 'ail No4.. : .. .- CARS SEKVINQ ALL MEAL$'A ROUTI't t,.
'To Colorado and Salt Lake City l
from the r 22 and trains 2 and 3 carry through.'sleepng! car betweeJ j'D.
front -
gate. For a few days FRANK RE LLY. Trains 21-and u.mLLMAIc&PL. S.L 100E\5. 'iea. IIv..1OCV1U.I. !- .
fcuy! it will ; i clean.old newspapers summer. 1Ue via r Junction! and Seaboard Air Line.Trains :
be uJered at only $1500 t FOR SALE7-Nlce, rBERTE. Chairman Pensacola and Jackson Rjvf ._ .1.qVU4. ?I*%. .
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Friedman Apply &to Co.'s Jos. store.I. Johnson 5maj, alt :'fice. at ave ceats'a.. bundle! ; Trav. Pass Agt. Chattan 'ga, Tea Secretary.. :- 'stop- on glgnal.iY 1

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f.}. I' ',:"" !151P8. .R'Jrl.' : ?-tr:1 WKlY[[ R [ IWOfSnUT [ Safe, 'Reliable: Fire Insurance Companies, -u-


f -':- '-iF 'Vhen you insure your house, furniture, stock of roods.
r. -- Every game played,in.the Southern; etc:; 'against damage by fire you want to know that wh
league yesterday'resuIted"iii',a' victory [ N. ,, the fire does come you will be fully protected. If yon en

for the eastern team:,. Atlanta and '- r- :have a' fire policy in any of our twenty companjpa

' Memphis did not play' on ,account of ANTICO: there'll. be no trouble about satisfactory settlement,
Everyone of them paying their full losses in San
'i Summer Oxfords rain. Birmingham found Shreveportan "ARROW .' Franciseo -
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easy mark, while, Montgomerymade INDUSTRIESNew [
IJ.IPRO 1811111 Mini SHU
New Orleans resemble, a:relic.; 15,CENTS UCKTI(FOR Si CENTS Insurance '!

and Nashville again won over, Little .. .CLUCTT. KABOOV. CO.. : KtiOwIesBros.Gcn Agts
er ctmrr IN o OTtu "II'TO Fire Life
Rock. -. -- a

ii Every pair up-to-the-minute. The New York, in the .National league", 4 Corporations Formed in Dixie .. --

for foot comfort is pulled together and managed to annex : ,
F fJ opportunity a.victory from Chicago. The New : During the Week ............' .......i.............................. A.. A.

York American lea'gueclubtalthough .. --.n'Nr&4.00x..a., .
f t knocking at your door. When you. on the ground of .the enemy: is win BOSSQ'SIce : .:..Just.Passed.. :|

ning consistently: and is leading the i : Iron Works, and Supply( Co.
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I., introduce feet to a pair of American league: Crecm 'factory :
,. your Following is'a list of the' new industries { Manufacturers-and.. Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS 4
established in the south during FORGINGS, MILL AND TEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIp.
Hanan Shoe STANDING AND RESULTS can furnish you cream In the past'week, as compiled by I R ?AIRS.' A", SPECIALTY. Prompt attention, given to all orders :
jr x Douglass Grosser or any quantity. Satisfaction The ,Tradesman, : day or night Agents for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and .

Southern League.. 'guaranteed. Alabama. Timber Dogs> also chains of all descriptions. Office phone 123. ReslI :
Won' Lost Pet PHONE 1326. (Birmingham-$30,000 grain company denee'p: one 1029. -P. O. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. .

You assure them of solid comfort as .Shreveport.. ,. .-..i..2S18 609 SAM BOSSQ. Prop. : t11114H1.v11._1Pt11111d+sisAae6 0 0d000mt011.11..11i4ebN11111 ,

1 Atlanta.. .. .. ........28 18 609 $6,000 bottling works; $10,000 land --
company; $125,000 machine works .1N1114N4r1.0111104N11lo0 111.....1N4111i4
New Orleans..27.. 20 574 +1/
and
1 long as they are worn, they'llwear Birmingham., .... ,..,...2 8 21 #571 Florida and Alabama I $10,000'skating" : rink.DeatsvilleSaw '

Memphis.. .. .... .:.2| 2L '665 : mill. WE INVITE THE LADIES i
till long after their cost has Montgomery.. ? ,.. ,.22 25 ,4b& LAND COMPANYManufacturers Samson--$5,000 stone company.
R :. Nashville.. .. .....19 30( 388'' +iPollard-$5,000 saw mill. !

l;; been earned. Prices, 'range- from Little Rock.. ., .,, ,.11 .34.. 24 and Dealers In of pany.'Montgomery-$10,000 land com- OF: PENSACOLA, I ITo j ji

Yesterday's Result LUMBER; SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES :Mottle $20,000 novelty manufac- : i

l $2.50 to $6.50. !Birmingham 10, Shreveport 2. AND KILN-DRIED SAP. turing company.Arkansas.. call at our office at any time they chose to inspect i

Montgomery 7, New Orleans 2. gas cooking ranges, hot plates and push button devicesPL i'
Rosie mill and gin com {
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Nashville 8. Little Rock 2. for lighting the 4

Atlanta-Miemphis, rain. : Marine Grocery Co. pany.Walnut Ridge -$40,000 lumber com 1.

THE JOHN WHITE STORE South Atlantic- League. pany.Hamburg 45,000'cotton gin. REDUCED PRICES ON GAS !

:Won Lost Pet. 604, 605 S. Palafox St. investment .
and
-Oil
Arkadelphia >
: Phone 22-5.' 205-207 S. PALAFOX Augusta. .. .. .. ....:.29 16"' 644 hone 725. company. Make it cheapest and best for lighting and cooking pur- !
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Columbia 23 22 512
development saved made. .
$50,000 'Money is money
Macon .. u .. .. .22 21. 512 V. J. VIDAL, Manager. Gravetta I' poses.
,k I ... ... company. :
Savannah.
; .23 23 500
We Altus-$50,000
full Imported and
carry a line power company.
t Charleston? .. ... ..22 23' 489 Domestic Groceries and, Provisions. 'Pine Bluff-$350,000 lumber corn- Pensacola Gas Company \i
Jacksonville. u ..18. 27. 400 .We' want '
: your patronage- I. company. i
:' Georgia. Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. 1
A BIG REDUCTIONIn SHiPPIN NW[ Yesterday's Result Wrightsville $10,000 hardware
Jacksonville 4*. Macon 0.1. << .1 company. :.+......*+..*.....+..4+....!.......*....+.+.+*+.++. j 1:0

Augusta 4, Columbia 3. Atlanta-$20,000 investment com -:
the Amount of
Savannah' 1."Charleston o:!; y REAL[ [ESTATE T T[ pany; $50,000 manufacturing company .

Arrived. : ; $10,000 cigar factory. ,, '
:Mexican Brit. ss, 2728, Slater, fromNew National League Results t3lumbus-Furntture factory. '
I HEADACHESSince Orleans; to Gulf Transit Co. Cincinnati 2, Philadelphia''l (11( ia- Buford-Oil ana1' fertilizer com PainfPreserves'. .. aid Beautifies the Home.
Cleared. nings.) pa.ny.A'ersvilleSaw. g;-

Canara, Ital. ship, 149' Repetto, Brooklyn 5. St. Louis'3.t, T TRANSFERS N f[ 1 mill. Have your house painted. It will prove a good Invest-
1 the People Are Using with 1,151,000 feet of lumber for Ride o New York 7,Chicago 3. :. (Indian Territory. .. 'ment.because,'it will preserve the house and add greatly
Janiero, Pittsburg 10, 'Boston 4. S Tuls'a-$5,000 construction com to its looks.,. SAROMA, a ready prepared paint at $1.00
Brookwood Brit ss, 1987, Brown, pany. is a low cost covering "for" cottages, ''barns, roofs, etc.
1,800,000 feet sawn timber, for Grims American League Results. ollowing is list of the real estate Claremont! -$1,000,000 gas com Patton's Sun-proof paint for houses and all outside work

t I'BroUI0. Vini by. Washington 8, Cleveland 4. transfers record d yesterday, report.: pany. $1.50 agallon. Get our prices on builders' hardware.
Louise Ger. bk 1480 Bolindorfi t ed Krebs-$125,065(( powder price to
New York 6, Chicago ?; by the Pensacola Abstract Co: company. |very. a money saver you.
with l,020.5l8 c. s feet-pp lumber;' 25- Detroit 4. Boston 2. Jas. L. Mathis to Vernon C. Burns, Kentucky.

056 feet pp timber for Bremen. St. Louis-Philadelphia, rain.. 1 S. % of tie S3. %, T. 3, N. of R. 'LouisVille-Land company; $60,000 Sounders' Mill Company

For Salo .33 W., 80 acres, $400. investment company.Mt. ,
i by VESSELS IN PORT. Pensacola 9, Barrancas: 1. Jas, L. Mathis to .Permealia J. Sterling! 410,000 construction
Phone:717.. 21 East Carden Street.ANNUAL .
J White's Pharmacy SteamshIps.Federica Pensacola was all' to the good yesterday Burns, KB. % and..N. % of the SE. company.
! in the game with Fort Barran 14, T. 3, N. ofR. 33 W., 240 Louisiana.
tl- PALAFOX STREET. Aust ss, Zar, 2261, New cas Palmetto Beach The :defeated 'sires, $1,200.Jacob New Orleans-Canning factory;
!1'--: Manufactured by Orleans, to Gulf Transit Company. the soldiers.by a score pf 9 Lipps to City -of Pensacola 't$200,000'land, company; $5,000 oil
I! G. VAN ANTWERP & SON, Barendrecht, Dutch ss 2092, Hock 1 and 'outplayed the visitors at Ot commencing at a point-on N. side and refining company; $100,000 storage DIVIDENDS

j Mobile, Ala.WHAT'S stra, Rio Janiero. points of the game. Switzer,'the of Zarragossa street,' thence N.to a and transportation, company. .
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i, Exmoor, Br ss Storehouse 2297., sacola pitcher was the candy<< kid. He point! on the N. line of Lot "D" 100 Boyce--.Sa w mil1.Ca1:11pti$1OOOOOO. "

1 -- Madiera Goodwood to Hyer, Brit Bros.ss, 1977 Brag RiDe o allowed Barrancas Just four scattered feet from the NE. corned of-said lot pany.: 'lumber com cannot be lost and they may be uSed to
hits and sent fifteen of them back thence W. 8 .feet 10 inches, thence
: THE Janiero. W. S. Keyser Co. to the who failed S. 34 feet 7 inches, thence W.15 feet, COtton Valley-25,000 stave fac- '
'ss bench to connect reduce the :premiums each if the insuredso
Guliue
t Br Harrison, Charleston: with his curves. In other words Switzer thence, S. to N. .line;: of Zarragjssa tory. year
! to J. A. Merritt. struck out : street, thence E. 22 feet ,to .point of 1\Ion.tgomery-$50OOO table fac-
John L. Inglis Am. tug 98, Sheldon, fifteenmenv Wedg chooses. A life or Endowment Policy with
begining, being in the Old of
it\ USE New wick who officiated'on the slab for the! City tory.Lake
:: Orleans to J. A. Merritt. Charles-$10,000 lumber com-
Pensacola
! Louise Ger ss 1480, Bohndorf. Antwerp soldiers was easy money for Pensllco., $2,000. i pany. annual dividends in the Union Central Life
J, W. Bullock
; la, and his curves were, hammered all Jr., to".B.F. Wolfe, -
to .
t complaining of the warm weather, itt J. Schreyer over the lotThe'gatoe S.r4 of blocks '211 and212' New City, Mississfppi.Jackteon
Peturnia, Brit ss, 1093 Frankland, -$50,000 fertilizer factory.
in $1,000 andother, considerations. is the most satisfactory
stop place and take a look
" you my Charleston, to Julius Shrier. was witnessed'ja; large Biloxi-$50,000 brick and tile _
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:F at my summer offerings you can't help Senator, Brit ss, 3049, Pyle, New Or- crowd and great interest,'"; was manifested .. T. E. Welles, to City Tot Pensaco'acommencing works.
General
throughout at the NE corner of B. S. WILLIAMS
!r; feeling cooler.Summer. leans to ABrown.Wentmoor. Jefferson and Zamgbssa 'stree, 1 Missouri. Agent,
j Br ss, 2,505, St. Vincent Mansfield-$4,000 hardware company
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to Hyer Bros. Attention,'Woodmen, of the World. thence.running E. 114 SW. thence- N. u'' Thiesen.Bulding., | Rhone 608.
66 feet thence runtengow. 66 feet
1 :: Shirts Joint memorial services 'Hickory St. 1..oui5-$12,000 skirt and waist
". thence 'S, to point of beginningplso; r _._ ,,,,, ...
" : Camp No. 21, and Live Oak Camp manufacturing company; $50,000 investment "" y :.J. ii!!!
Ships. beginning, at the NiW. corner of Ipt
; Collars attached, all sizes, from 50c Canara, Itt! ship 1495, Repetts, Genoa No. i, will be held Sunday' June 10th. "C" Old City and running E. 160 company; $20,000. land' com- Order Your

&' to $1.75. Full line Nainsook Gauze, to Master. :Woodmen are requested to meet at feet,thence N. 40 feet, thence W. 40 pany; $60,000 lumber company. ICE COAL and WOOD
I I the hall at 2:30 o'clock sharp. Visiting Kansas City-$50,000 construction
" Balbriggan and Lisle Underwear, from I Harvest Queen Brit ship, Forsyth, feet,'thence S. 10 feet thence W.'120 ,
I Rio Janiero to order.Nordstjernnen Woodmen and the public are cordially feet, to Jefferson street, thence S. company. from the
50c to suit thin
$5.00 tissue
: per as as invited to attend the services Orrick-$50,000 investment com
f Nor ship, 1,635 along Jefferson. street. to point of be- Consumers9 and Fuel Company.
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paper and wear like iron. La r at St. John's cemetery at 3:30: o'clock. pany.
Irakeen Guayra to W. S. Keysei ginning, $8,000.J.
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; Everything. else to match in price & Co. JOHN' PFEIFFER W. Hyer to Dave Levy and Thos.I Cap Girardeau-$25,000 land com I omce-Co".r Chase Jn4 Tarragona. Phone 259.

1 r and texture' Barks. W. E. ROWLAND )DeiBrus. lots 16 to 22 inclusive in pany.
! Joplin-$10,000 land and improve-
i Yours Antigua, Nor bk 1348 Ferguson, W. F. lDe1lA.ND.Commltt.e block 65 cW. Ki-ag Tract $1.00 and 1
ment $10,000 mine.
;; 9june2t company;
New Orleans to A. Zelius. other valuable considerations.J. .
St. Joseph-$12,000 roller rink
De-gregori Gio Botto, Ital bk, 1294 t J. Hooten to Aaron Johnson, .
l Genoa, to Rossasco Bros. AUCTION SALE lots 9 and 10, block rfO, Belmont company.St. .
ft Aa.Cory,
JOSU COLEMAN King Malcolm, H bk Gufi, 1233 Ge CAR LOAD MILK ,COWS SATURDAY Tract, $400. Charles-$5,000 construction fnn. OAR. ydb CC). JeBella',

loa to Huges & Co. JUNE 9, AT 10 A rM. AT McMILLAN Wm. Johnson ,Margaret I. Johnson company.Aurora-Mine. What.eale i and BeUU DeAler U

Luisa, Ital.. bk. 1591, Montano, from I & TURTON'S- STABLES lots 1 to 10 inclusive in block Steam, Domestic, Anthracite f I
WEST I INTENDENCIA / Central City-Concentrating plant.
212 S. Palafox St. Nolloth to master. STREET. C
,,' 33 a King Tract, $1,000 and other Blacksmith A
North Carolina.
, Lake Erie, ItL bk., 928. Eflgan, Bas 6june4t. considerations. .', T t and W LOfloe -
som to :Master. 'Lee 'Danielto -Moses I Ball,' (deed Lexington. -$50,000 mirror com --No. 43 South" _PaUfox street Telephone 93.

Monrovia, Nor bk, 1449. Aase, Ham SEE OUR $3 WELT SHOE FOR made to ,Grantor 'Nov. :.., 1905 by Ida pany.is"PE'IlCer$24,000 Yard corner Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones and 372
MEN,. BOTH LOW AND' land company. :
burg to order. HIGH CUT BellBadjcett) lots 11 to h ,inclusive ",, < "'''
Port Sonoclan. Uruguay bk, 1112, IN ALL LEATHERS.., $2.50._. THE" M. block 4. W. King Tract.: [1'\1 .hington-$1 00,000 amusement -
Character! Ferres, Mentevideo .to German Amen; M: L. Davis et al to 'z: J. Hooton.. company.
King's Mountain-$500,000 tin com pany. '
: can IJbr. Co. SW. corner of lot 16 about W. 45 feet' .
Paalo Angelo, Ital bk 113.6 Bezzo of lots 17 and 18 and about W. 70 pany. 'Texas. :
Elizabeth
City lumber
Precursore, Ital bk, Schiafflno. 1508, : 0.C feet of lot 19 block 144 .E, King Tract $60,000 El Paso-$500,000 cement company. VICTOR SAFESThis
Genoa to Rosasco Bros. : OFFEJr :' $100.00 and other considerations. company. Oklahoma. Galveston $20,000 skating rink;

H Individuality Spero Nor. bk 623, Bostig, La E /Heirs of Sarah C. Davis, deceasedto 'Warren and $50,000 laundry.
-$7,000 gin supply (i1- .
Palmas. : eWe ilksboto'elephone system;
J. J. HootoQ, lots 20, 21 and 22 in safe awarded the
Sterling Nor bk, Ellepsen, Labita company. Dallas-$25,000 wire fence tool was
>f. block 144 E. King Tract, $1,000.00and Okrache $5,000 creamery. : grand prize at the
Bay to order. company.
Schooners. are the PIoneer other considerations. pUrt! >ank 'Development cornl any.'DrummaondBuUa'ing \\1nnsboro-$60OQO lumber com- World's Fair and although -
)Edward P. Allen Bishop of Roman
F Correctness Donna Christina, Am sen, )McLeod, Coffee Roasters 'of ', Catholic church to" City of Pensacola, company. pany. inexpensive, it is
Meers 4800,000 mining and milling Fort Worth the best safe made.
165 Belize. -$20,000 clothing fac.
: West Florida.McHUGH'S S. 40 feet of lot 2, Ola' City, also certain
. Barkehtlne parcels of. land bounded as follows company. tory; $75,000( oil company.

These three qualities are Hubert Fuller Am barkentine, 679" : beginning at a iptat on the E. ''Manchester Davidson-$5,000-$5,000 coal grain company.and fuel farmersl/ille-"$80,000 warehouse We Keep Them in Stockand
Nash, Port of Tampa, to C. W. Oli company.
i characteristic ; line of Jefferson street, 30 feet N. p! "
of
our very ver. the NW. corner of lot "C" thence company. San Saba- $6,000 warhouse com can give you just
i., nobby and well-tailored \ BLENDS Snyder-$150,000 oil mill.
running N. 60 feet, thence E. 120 Cordell pany. what you want or if we
-$5,000 oil and mineral
E\, I, SEWALLPURCHASES ---. .. feet, .thence S. 60 feet, thence W. 120 company. gas Lisbon-$10,000 gin. haven't got what you want
1t' !j WOOD AND COAL YARC feet to point of beginning, $7,500.M. iA'Iladarko-UOOOO telephone com- Texllne-$100,000 land company. we can order it for you

Summer have no equal. .A trial. f.' L. Davis to J. J. Hooton lot 19, pany. Jewett-'Mine. and save you money. Drop
y The many friends of Eugene Sewalli :1 block 144, E. King Tract $500'aJid Gage-$5,000 telephone Beaumont-$5,000 saddlery company us a postal.
( i iF :,i will be glad 'to' know that he has recently will convlncethecon. .other consid rat'ons. Ringwood-Telephone company. ; $12,000 oil company.
? company. Victoria-$75,000 channel and dock
purchased the wood and 'coal

F Suits yard of E. B. Acosta & Co:, and is now nolsseur., thatvc: ., LIFE. $600,000 Guthrie-mnlng!$15,000 and lumber smelting company com- company.( Wm. Johnson & Son, Inc.
doing business"under the firm name e make'noeXtravagnnPclaims. The poet's exclamation: "0 Life! !" Whitewright-$5,500 cotton gin.
pany.
i, of Sewall Wood & Coal Yard. He Stamford-$10,000 investment com
I feel thee bounding in my veins is Gotebo-$23,000 land company.El Incorporated.
carries in stock' lot'of charcoal har a joyous one. ,Persons that can rarelyor Rsno--412,000 canning factory. pany. -:

If.. For men. They represent and soft coal'wuod"ofairkindl of'different' grades> oah ,_ never make it, in honesty to them Pawhuska-$19,900 ice factory. 'Merkel-$12,000-$50,000 amusement oil cornMcGregor .I .ii1ft
and pine and company.
the test in clothes cut selves. are among' the most unfortu- Lawton- Oil company. I
i f that can be had-absolutely any size and-in"any'quantity.<< He has Wholesale' and RetailGROCERS. nate. They do not live, but exist; for Agra-$15,000 elevator company. 'Houston. -$200,000 water and light
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., honest in every de. i perfected 'his 'delivery 'sytem and Is to live implies more than to be. To: Clyde'$6,000 elevator company. company.A'pplepate00,00. '
tail. You'll be a >apryffnsn : prepared to give. 'a good service to all live is to be.well and stiong to arise Dill-$5,000' and elevator company lumber com Woman's Shirtwaist
If v.'p put ..; his customers Mr. Sewall is a hardworking : feeling equal to the ordinary duties of / pany. .

Suit on you. Also Hat ; young1'man 'and richly deserves '. the day, and to retire ,bt overcome Enid-$10,000 grain company. 1'rlemphis-ZOOOO. lumber com Is one of the hardest '!In..!?
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Shoes and Shirt Suits '' the- 'success which i's' so apparent and all kinds d: FeedStuffs by them tq feel life'bounding in the Frederick-$100,000 oil, water and pany.. Houston-T$200,000 water light in the laundry business: '0 a0'

: $6.00 to $20. Hats up to ; at'.the. present. time. veins. A medicine that has made gas company. company. and die, and for this reasonle
$3.50; Shoes up to $4.00. .". .-. thousands of people;meli'and women, South Carolina. Sherman $25,000. cotton gin. make a specialty of shirtwa."'s
x Shirts 50, 7i C.M& a.... !! Unknown Friends. weU and strong has accomplished a Florence-$250,000 building and 'Sunset-$8,000'cotton, gin. here, The greatest care is **'
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!I There are many people who have great work, bestowing Jhe richest loan' company. ercised all the way rhrougr. 'ae!
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: used .Chamberlain's 'Colic. Cholera' blessings and that medicine i isHood's Georgetown-$10,000 lumber com Virginia. process of laundering so v>
.'' ,, and Diarrhoea Remedy with splendid Pluto Water: Sarsaparilla." The weak, run-down, pany. Alexandra '$50,000 supply company damage is done and the sfilr!! '

!> I results. ,but who are unknown because or debilitated from any cause, should Columbia-Mine. ; asbestos company. waist leaves here and rae"e4

they' have' hesitated about 'giv, . not fail'to take it. It builds up the Tennessee.Cumberland Xorlolk-$100.000"supply company you with all the daintiness .)' anew
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: ing a 'testimonial- :their experience v ; whole sytem/chan'ge existence into Gap-Cement works. $25,000 development company; $25- one. Send us yours
H..o. ANSON for publication. These, people, how Wholesale and Retail.1.I ; life and makes life 'rnbrer abounding.We Memphis=$1,000 mine. land company. *

ever, are Qn.the.less friends of this : $: are glad to: say these words in its Knoxville-$10,000 laundry; $10- Hot Springs=$3,000,000 develop Steam
L remedy. "They 'eve done much to; favor to,the readers ,of-ouc-eolumns. 000 Construction company; $27,000 ment company. The Star
ward making,it a household word by, New Orleans ,'-' mine. Harrison -'Lumber company
;, CASH CLOTHIER, their personal recommendations to I Grocery, ,. AUCTION SALE. Chattanooga Lumber company; Stewa.rtsvllJe-OOO 'telephone and Laundry.
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r : friends and; neighbors, It is a good CAR LOAD MILK COWS SATUR $10,000 broom factory; $45,000 woolen telegraph system"

: Corner Palafoi and Main, medicine,tq have in the home and i ig CAY,;:JUNE 9, AT 1IT/UM. AT Me. mill. N Rlchmond-$10Q,000 power com 17 Eiirflen St Phone 114.Pensacola -
'i widely known for its ,cures of diar .. Jas.McHugh, ; MILLAN'' "& TURTON'S 'STABLES!; Fayjetteville, -$10,000 tobacco fac- pany; $$5.000-coal companyClarksvill ,- I "fa.
rhoea and all forms ofbowel' trouble. WEST "INTENDENCIA-.STREET;.: tory. ?. *-$5,000,000 light and
sale by all druggists. Phone 105.. Proprietor: '
For ", ,Jjunett' r'- bvvme-$100.000 carriage com- power company; t


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