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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 10, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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VOL. IX NO. 139. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. SUNDAY? MORNING, ,JUNE 10, 1906. PRICE CENTSA$a.0 tp ::'




PARDON OF TAYLOR U. S. CRUISER' SENT **$'$ PROMINENT, d. MEN_ M ?*$ EPWORTH LEAGUERS WILL I ;



I HEARTILY ** ENDORSE FOR PRESIDENCY BRYAN *0 I ;

APPROVED. AFTER.FILIBUSTEl( *$ .R HOLD ANNUAL CONFERENCE I S if: .

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By Associated Press 0$ i : ,
Washington, June 9. Forit '


Icflon of f State Board of Pardonsin Senator Taliaferro Gets Marjjlehead( 1 d Sails for Guatemala **& mer of an's Arkansas Senator closest, one friends James of ,Wt K.declared J.Jones Bry-, it%fS-jl 1 I II Ii I [ELEVEN KILLED[ I Jo Meet in( Pensacola Tuesday, .,, l\L>I r! }'


( Releasing Assailant of an Important, Appointment to Investigate the Steamer $SJ for today the for presidency Bryan's by nomination the demi:i Wednesday and Thursday of ;J j ;


lamar Commended \ .,, Empire.( ocracy. "I believe he Is the 3 1 Present wee ;>;
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."tl logical candidate of the party," 3 i ; :
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,\. .. said Mr. Jones. "I believe he ?;!-I BY DYNAMITE N [ : ',' 1
will be the nominee and will I '

fULLY VINDICATED Disquieting Reports,Have Reached. ocratic maike the standard race under for the the third dem- 3 S$ PROGRAM READY .L ,1

sly time. 'If he runs' I believe he % ,< I

State Department. w'-ll: be elected." n EXPLOSION. ,.7 I
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Was Congressman Lamar by Vote -*$- BRYAN ENDORSED, BY % About Two Hundred Leaguers Expected ; },. I
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e y CARE' BENIG TAKEN TO PREVENT EX-SENATOR VI LAS r I .1

(In Recent Primary.MANY STATES FROM BEING ja cf -j iK I from Alabama. .,

'1NNrk UNITED Milwaukee, June 9.-In anilo Bodies( so Horribly Mutilated that .FRECEPTION

DRAWN INTO AN, INTERNATIONAL T& interview today former United %I i

GUBERNATORIAL POSSIBiLITIES : States Senator William Vilas identification is impossible. WILL BE TENDEREDTHE i
w DISPUTE GOVERNMENT endorsed Bryan for the presi3 I AT' f

; HAVE BEEN MEN. Or dential nomination. 7< DELEGATES TUESDAY
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A "M 'FORJCES DEFEATED REVOLUT80NISTS .. 0$ Cause Unknown.

GOVERNOR THE Y.. M. C. EXCURSION
TIONED- BROW 'f1 *' 'i
MARCHING
ON CAPITAL 1

AF.D'S INTERESTING FAMILY- By Associated Press ON THE BAY AMONG THE SO.

PROHIBITION THAT DOES' NOT Lancaster, Penn., June 9.Elevenmen CIAL! FEATURES-THE FULU,
!i
KI were blown to pieces and five
SERiOUS E W E
PROHIBIT AN EYESORE IN THE 4'S By Associated Press VRECK others seriously injured by an explosion : DETA1 LS. ,

of a dynamite plant to-day near
STATE CAPITAL. Washington June 9'-Secrecy no
Pequa along the Susquehanna river.
longer surrounds they movements of: The accident was the most hoi-rib1 Pensacola win have an oppocterfty

1 the United States cruiser' arblehead, in the history of Lancaster, the victims of
the membera a
ON N GEORGIA[ entertaining :
By Jefferson Bell. r ySsM ; -which sailed from Panan a last night. : not enough being literally remaining blown of, to a pieces single! great Hgioas body of the IWttwfflrt I.I.of r .

'Lci+ ianassee, June 9.Seldom has s At the request of the state depart.. body to make identification possIble. church three days of the prassat! .

2M.i official act of the administrationjaet :: ment the vessel sailed, for San Jose The cause of the explosion Is Tin week, when the annual conference '

with the hearty approval than Guatemala, to investigate the move- known. : 1
of the Aifft"Epwoita: League
th recent action of State Board of 1 I ments of the American: -steamer Empire RAILROAD Fragments of bodies and flesh are I
W
Tuesday !dnelda1.f
Pardons in granting a pardon to a 3t F I hanging to a tree one hundred yards convenes here .
which it is reported landed re-
!
W L. and Thursday.
: rer Taylor. ? from the scene of the disaster.
A.I( the time Mr. Taylor was con- i r t Aa cruits from San Francisco and arms! The plant included a dozen build- The members of the local le&"lMj

Tit ixi and sentenced to five years .' and ammunition for the revolution I
e ings ,all of which were battered ex are doing all In their power to pro
in the state prison for his murderousa against President Cabsira. I Train Ran into Switch at Mesena I cepting one. vide ways and means to make the
>> upon Mr. Lamar, there were I ,
mans who felt that the sentence im t D'r quieting report ,have, reached: Station-Lat8 stay of tIre visiting delegates ant

I-oeed by Judge Malone was exceeding the state department today from Guatemala Report Says MRS.V.. C. JONES their friends and relatives as pleas

:> severe. It must, however, te r concerning the revolution.: Both No One Was Killed.( ant: as possible.:
remembered in this connection that !
the Salvadorean and Mexican: border
IS STRICKEN The first session of the Jsapn
IIP was a state official and that the 't'
have been lending support to the rev
attack was made in his office where j will take place Tuesday morning at
oiut'on: and it desires this I By Associated Press '
hf was discharging his! duties as attorney I : goverameii! I 8:15: at the Gadsden. street Methodist .

general. Aside from every II I to send the Miarblehead to ,find out Atlanta, June 9.-There are meager i: PHYSICIANS PRONOUNCE HER church The words of greeting to .

other consideration Judge Malone I the situat'on and have care, take I reports of a wreck! on the Georgia I j
the city will be expressed by Rev
must have felt that it was necessary that the United States does become railroad four miles east of Camack, I ILLNESS APOPLEXY AND
not -
i
to insure the state official from at I I GT, at Mesena station. The train F. A. Rogers and lie response wilt
involved in an, i international dis SHE IS IN AN UNCONSCIOUS
tacks by making an example of Mr '"'I.. i leaving Atlanta at '3:30 this afternoonran i be made by J. A. Hlnes.

Taylor.On I pute. into a switch and was derailed. : CONDITION. In the evening a reception: will be

account of the entire matter SENATOR JAMES P. TALIAFERRO I The Ebjpire-: coaled at Corinto. NcI : The flagman ran to Cammack to report -I tendered: the visiting leaguers by the '

growing out of factional politics, and I aragua, before sailing for San Jose and the accident. He was able to tell I I members of the Pensacola league.

alleged election frauds it has been I By Associated Press. ator Culberson was appointed to fill: aa.de'to conceal the little excepting that the train was run- The reception will take place at theY
no attempt was < with
:
| Penccolian9 will learn
the subject of vioJent'partisan sc- Washington, June 9.-At a meeting the vacancy on the committee on interocean'c -, \ ning at a rapid rate and that several I AJ1 M. C. A. and promise to be aselaborate ,
I fact that. steamer which carried regret that Mrs W. C. Jones, is lying -
a killed. A report from Augusta
tion. Alter the case was appeaJed of democratic senators today Senator : canals.: Other appointments were I, affair.

to the supreme court and that body 1 Blackburn, of Kentucky was agreed upon tentatively place,, the American Sag also carried I arm says: twenty are dead. Reus at and the Belmont family streets residence, ia, an corner unconscious Wednesday will be devoted entirely

judicial! affirmed the decree of the ejected chairman of the democratic Senator Taliferro! of Florida on the and ammunition.- I with her life to business ana1 Thursday the

circuit court _Mr. Taylor's friends: conference to "succeed' Senator Gor-'1 finarice: commtttee/chiaion: the' appropriation --r'" ...... No One' Killed. in condition the balance., The, physi. delegates will spend the afternoon on I
i hanging
made an effort to secure a pardon. man. The caucus Instructed'the steering committee' and Newlands on GOVERNMENT FCRVE3' ""Atlanta, June 9. No one was killed Mrs. t the bay holding business sessiore:
dans -
The ladies of Tallahassee circulateda committee1 to fill the places on;i District: of Columbia. C'ay is to r- ARE, AGAIN DEFEATED in the Georgia railroad wreck. nounced attending the with Jonespro which she morning and evening.
petition and went before the bo-ird: 1 malady About two hundred delegates are
I standing committees made vacant by sign from the comm ttee on commerce is suffering as apoplexy and little
Ii! a body in his behalf. This appeal the death of Senator Gorman. Sen-, and be replaced by Simmons.; : i !San Francisco, June 9.-Dispatches I is for her, expected to, be present; though the
hope expressed recovery.
111 sensational denouement.I ( VILLAGE BURNED number be larger. Practically
a may
I! received: here from General Toledo,: I Previous to a few minutes before
Jcdgf Lld'don, of Marianna, who was ;j !leader of the Guatemalan revolution! 7 o'clock yesterday evening Mrs. all are expected by Monday night,
prosecuting attorney when Taylor 1 '!& met and I and a majority on the 4 o'clock train
forces that again
Prohibits Contributions f ary say BY PULAJANESFORCE Jonas was in perfect health. When
.
vas convicted was present and when | defeated the government forces wh< stricken with the attack which has of the day mentioned. The members
the ladies had concluded their ad- of the local league requ V those who
I retreated toward the interior. her in such precarious condition -
place a
dresses rose and mad an argument To Political Slush FundsBy I -- are to entertain delegates to meet
: she was planting flowers in the
against'the pardon. their friends at the trams.
OF SCOUTS AND CONSTA-
j REVOLUTIONISTS: ARE yard. Suddenly Mrs. Jones droppedto
The ladies openly expressed their Program.
indignation and left in a bouy.: The f'' MARCHIN3! ON 'CAPITAL BULARY IN" PURSUIT ON the ground, and neighbors who saw The following is the program ud
Associated Press. i tion with the election to any political her fall and not rise again, rushed to .
I I of business and exercises
next Mr. Taylor began serving order :
day
his sentence.It Washington, June .-The senate noty ofliee.: The penalty for violation is !Mexico City, June Salvadoreai n ISLAND OF SAMAR. her aid and conveyed the limp form Tuesday, June 12.

Mr. passed the bill today prohibiting a national -!I' exceeding five thousand dollars: advices today report a great victory into the residence 8:15 p. m. Words of Girt bg--*
!is understood, that although fine the corporation and
oa not ex- for the revolutionists who IFnysicians were summoned as fast
repulsed :a
Lamar would not, at the time the pet bank or corporation: organized I ceeding one thousand dol'ara fine on vigorous attack of as possible, and everything known to Rev. F. A- Rogers.
government troop: Hlnes.
t Lion! was circulated join in the efkrt under the laws: of congress from making I every officer or director consenting to I Guatemala By Associated Press medical science has been done to Response-J. A.
in
south although the government Manila, June 9.Theillageo of Sal Reception by the Penaacol*
in fact declined to do so, tiat! a money contribution: in connec the contribution. bring Mrs. Jones back to consciousness -
efforts I had artillery and kept up a. Quricio, Island of Samar, has been I Leaguers at Y. M. C. A.
i' i is largely due to his recent At
i but without success. an '
terrific cannonading for six hours. June 13. /
but casuali'sties !- Wednesday,
burned Pulajanes no
that Mr Taylor has been pardoned, .1 by early hour this morning her condi- *
The revolutionists fought desperate A force of scouts 6:00: a. m. Th9 Morning Wfctch
in the i are reported.
feeling that his majority recent I considered1 slightly im
Campaign Against Mosquito under General Toledo. There is great tion was Mrs. H. T. Strout. -
prmary'! was a full vindication : I and constabulary! has been sent in proved.

of his course "ha could well afford to rejoicing in the camps. pursuit of the hostile, band. 9:30.: Devotional Exercises. .
The present cabinet has resigned in 10:00. Business session.
be ,.
generous. in New STATISTICS.
Inaugurated Orleans VITAL
# a body and there is intense excite 10:30. Devotional department pro
*
Little Tn I i i meat in the capital! where it is believ RUSSIAN TROOPS gram prepared and service conducted
"Pleasant
it js for the and
Record of Births, Marriages :
i,i ed the revolutionists are marching or by First Vice President C. C. iMechem
GodsWhen I. By Associated Press r Mayor Beherman and the committee: I!1 the capital. Deaths for the Past Week. .

great Jove nods; New Orleans, June &.-The campaign decided to use 125 men and forty carts,,I IN I OPEN MUTINY Following is the record of births, 11:30.: !Address by Miss Mary N,;

But L-ttla! Tin Goas( make their little for the extermination of the additional to the regular sanitary marriages and deaths for the week Moore, president Athens Female:

mistakesin force in flushing sewers and drains, SOCIAL NEWSNOTES ending June 9: I College.

] missing the hour when greatlove yellow fever carrying: mosquito: was, cutting and burning grass and weeds By Associated Press.St. Births. 4:30 p. m. Department of Charltyjj

wakes." inaugurated by the city today, which' and spreading oil on stagnant water, Petersburg, June 9.-- The White--William J. Harold and!wife, and Help-program prepared and service

Kipling! says that it is a mistake to proposes to spend $9QO daily during The council has made an appropria--: OF QUINCY N'ovitvher Kask regiment located at a boy; Robert Blackshear and wife, conducted by Second Vice President *

med He wth questions of state in a the summer. i.i lion for the work. Okhta, is practically In open mutiny.It a girl; J. F. W. Rheinhart and wifea : Miss Nellie G. Glenn. '
was under orders to go to the R. P. Welsh and wife a girl.
boy
and: where men are highly! paid to ; 8:15 p. m. Department of Junto !
'vcrk hCI'out for you. I was goingto --- i Scecial to The Journal. Baltic provinces but refused to go. Colored- 'Archie Hannah and wife Work-program prepared and service

s->y out1hng} over a little scrape ; :: a Quincy, June 9. Mr. and Mrs. A. a girl; Robert Cassis .and wife, a conducted by Junior League

had down at Ocala: at the Prss t D. Covington gave a very informal: I GOVERNMENT RELINQUISHESCLAIM girl. intendent, Miss M. Julia :Miller.Snpe1'I I
I CINCINNATI I J ISNO r PACKING VALUABLE LAND
TO Deaths.
Association last week about the Car- HOUSE[ little dance on Tuesday evening hi : Wheeler, 30 Address by Rev. V. O. ,
E. :yeav
't'r! resolution on the state printing, honor of their guest, :Miss Rogers, of White-F. D. D,-'The Hope and Work of thl'
with inter- McDonald 31
Xeill
that will be read fever ,
News "
l typhoid ;
but I ran across that bit of w'slora Jacksonville. Their guests were Mrs. Junior League.
fan l the east set out in owe of nis I R. L. Monroe, Mrs. J. S. McFarlin, est by citizens of Pensacola was re- years typhoid fever; Angie Robert Thursday, June 14. t

'kin Tams From the H;11s and wilt Miss Marc'a May, Miss Mary Davidson ceived yesterday afternoon. The I Bob: 22 years, tuberculosis; infant 9:30: a. m. Devotional Sen-low.
N W ITHOUT T TW HEARING[ I IE IS Miss Lelia McFarlin, Miss Jack- news referred to, is the fact that I lof George Nicholas and wife, 6 days 10:00. Department of Literary
Senator Mal- Mrs. Alphonclne
.'r.... .1":' son, :Messrs. W. 0. Hogge, Albert lory through the the United efforts of States sen1.tepassed I cholera Villeneuve! infantum, 67 years; intestinal obstruction Work-program prepared aM service
Gubernatorial PossiDilities. Corry, Rabe Love Julian Howard and conducted by R. E. Daly.
a bill'yesterday, whereby the ; A. E. Burch 51 tuberculo .
of 3iisstons-
Menge.Mr. 11:00.: Department
At Ccaia Mr. 1Iom.tJJ.te.l I
: :McBevii all claim
Frank of and Mrs A. L. Wilson government relinquishes sis. program prepared and service con1'
Harris editor very
the veteran:
and
on of Barrios
church property B.
t'ie: Ocala 'i Banner fur governor. RESUMED E pleasantly entertained the Evening to the Catholic Creole-Infant ducted by Miss Nell W. Richards.
street and that on lock jaw.
ATER East Government wife, 6 days
1 U a fa.orite pastime about now with Whist Club on Tuesday. Thos 2:00 p. m. Excursion on the bay
Jefferson street facing the Plaza. Colored-Millie Milton, 69, apo
The brethren of the press and the present were Mr. and Mrs. Love, M in question is that in ana' visit to the forts.
fi'lO'Vin-4!' list of possibilities is some H. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Shaw,, The property House Gov- plexy. 8:15: p. m. Business session.

tie! rounds: : Frank Trammell of Airs. W. M. Corry, Mrs Christopher the rear of the Opera which extends en back Marriages.Adams and Bertha Address by Miss Elisa Cortez, of
I\Vhltes-Thomas
street
Lakeland president of the last senate Garner Urges Speedy Action on Prentise Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ide,, ernment forward to Jefferson Alvarez Joseph Nathan, and Mexico.
again runs
and
Miss Underhill and Mr. Hand Address by Rev. F. S. Parker D.
; Albert W. Gilchrist of PnntaCorda. Coby. faces the Plaza being that Ernestine Fol' llam, George W. Mag--
System Shut Down for Repairs- some prizes were won by Mrs. Pren street ana' D., assistant secretary of the EpworA
speaker of the house of 1905; Behalf of Texas Cattle Raisers.Prices formerly occupied by Judge Landrum. nus and Viola Stokes, Petter P. Neil-
JS.: Use and Mr. Coby. League. :
Crill
of Palatka, formerly state has been Johnson Aaron '
C. ,
of the property and Addle
Situation is Serious and Possibility Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Ehelfer left I Part son Officers cf League.
Measurer of Dade
;; R. Hudson Burr, Have purchased by the mtfaicipality and Jacobs and Hannah Hirschman, Robert -
*t present a member of the railroad Dropped. this week for Atlanta to be gone I The present officers of the leagueare
city hall will be on Weekly! and MargaretBoyd
I part of the new Lyman L. }[. Stevenson president! ; C.
several weeks.
commission; Jefferson B. Browne, ( ( of Fire Causes Alarm. Miner, Henry C. Steiner and :
.ho will) retire from the commission (Miss Carrie Rogers daughter of C..1 the lands. Henry O. Savelle and C. Mecheen, vice president; Miss Nell
By Associated Press B. Rogers, of Jacksonville, is the. Mary Borwn Glenn, second vice-president; Mra.M. .
next
January; J. N. C. Stockton:; of OF F. E, WHEELER Mabel R Hendrix, William H. Rich-
of Mrs. A. D. Covington.Mrs. DEATH H. Holt, third vice-president;
Jacksonville guest
; T. A. Jennirgs, of Pen- Washington June 9.-The House mond and Bessie J. Johnson GeorgeA.
WELL: KNOWN CITIZEN fourth vice president
tacola; W. j. Tucker of :Ft Pierce; By Associated Press Committee on Agriculture resumedthe Albert S. Munroe and children Peterson and Hilda McLeod Mrs. J. B. Barnett
Frank Adams: of Cromwell left on Tuesday for Savannah where ; Miss Julia Miller, junior league
Gibbons of Jacksonville Jasper;; Attorney Cincinnati, June 9.-The city is! hearing' of the beef inspection they expect to. spend a month.Ir. F. E. Wheeler, aged 30 years died Henry Colored-Jacob C. Thomas and Fair Willie and E.Mollie Ball superintendent; Rev. H. T. Strout,

General Ellis of to- ay with a statement by representative Marcus Oppenheimer of New at the 'family residence, 411 East league editor; Miss Lucile' Smith,
James E. Broome
; without water tonight and as a re-,, af- Riggs, Walter Abbott ana1 Nora
morning
Friday W. H. treaa-
York of the "Owl Commercial Gadsden street secretary; Mrs. Ball
Gadsden president
of who
and Arthur Williams of Fer- Garner, Texas urged and Fraaces .
John R. Wesley
traction: He White,
and all fever.
system of typhoid
suit the car in spell
arrived
Co. Quincy Fri- ter a long urer.
nandina. on
speedy action in behalf of Texas cat' wife and two Hunter, Horace Streety and Adeliza ,
Into the"city are at a standstill I behind a mother,
lines day. leaves
From the list might! be elimniated tie raisers. Other witnesses declaredthe were at the bedsfcewhen Walkins, Earl White and Annie
Trammell and many buildings':care without elevator -;! iMrs. Al D. Covington entertainedwith children, who Hal Newton and Willie
Butch Gibbons, Tucker summons were issued. Franklin, BRYAN PARTY ,
price of cattle had gone dowtiseventyfive c'elightful' swimming the final I
a very party
Broome and Williams. Frank Adams service.A well and favor- May Newton Richard Celestine! and
cents to dollar hIm- Thursday for her guest Miss The deceased was I
a a on
says he .
wouldn't have it, but he may Christiana Moore.
I in Pensacola and was a
break in the water main and a eTiose who enjoyed Mrs.Covington's ably known
change his mind in two years. Mr. dred pounds and a greater declinedwas Rbge:5l man with a bright future REACH DRESDENBy
Stockton's ambition is to g;) to the mistake In valve caused great waste expected. Representative Haughen : .. hospi\ility were Mrs. W.. young business hew strickened down COBURN DECLINES
United States senate. We used to last night and the entire water M. Cony Mrs. R. S. Munroe, Mrs. C. when SEAT IN SENATEBy
call of water I. a member of the committee said S Curtis Mrs J. S. Davidson, Miss by the grim reaper Viand: called to his Associated Press

Cromwell' Gibbous "governor"during service of the city was Burned off the costyof inspection was estimated Jackson Miss Mary Davidson, Miss last rewa rd.-' Karlsbad, June 9,-William J.' ...
the legislature just to see held at the Associated Press.
him this afternoon at four o.clock'and repairs from $8,000,000,000 to $20,000,000 an Lelia McFarlin, Miss Bessie McRae Funeral services were with his wife son and daughter -'
smut and make dimples, but he home by Rev. Rogers of the Topeka June 9.-Cobura has declined Bryan ,
JiH hardly be seriously consia'eivd. begun. I nually and that congress would not and Miss Marcia Clarke May. family street Methodist. church, after the United States senatorship arrived here yesterday and left
Gadsden
who
Miss Emma has been
There is no doubt that General GilChrist Intense heat added to theseriousness ..appropriate more than two millions.He of Mrs Albert Munroe for which the remains were conveyed in place of Burton and the place has today for Dres.en. He will probably :
the
:: expects to make the race, or of the situation but possible danger believed' it better to assess the. some guest mosVis:: returned to her home across the bay and interred in the' ben offered to A. W. Benson, of go to St. Petersburg by>> way 0!
i 1
BerHa. ...
ICoctiaued on Page Three) from fire caused'themost'alarm.; iI I cost on the packers. in Savannah, on Tuesday. family burial ground. Ottaway. _


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This is the Store that never misrepresents a ,

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Underprice Sale of Fine Toilet Soap MONDAY AND TUESDAYRECORDBREAKING FOR ,JUNE BRIDES.46inch .


_ Paris Musin from 60 to 85 cents
Super-Tar Shampoo Soap cleans the scalp,

keeps it in a healthy condition and makes the SELLING 72-inch Organdie, 50.cents to $1,10,


the hair grow Special, 10 cents the cake 36-inch Mercerized Royal Lawns, 35 to 60


FINE ART TOILET SOAP is the favorite Choice Merchandise gathered from many departments and offered to you cents.

at fully one-third to one-half less than regular price Hints follow

Soap for Bathing and general use Special, 7 24-inch Crepe de Chine at S1.00
NOT ON SALE BEFORE EIGHT-THIRTY. '

cents a cake MAIL AND TELEPHONE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED I A full line of Trimming to match the goods.





Annual Sale of Fine White Goods HALF-PRICE SALE Clean-Up Sale of Towels.Oriental I' NEW ARRIVALS.Art .



COLORED LAWNS. ". Denims, Mannish Shirt Waist,
consisting of Fine Lawns, Fancy Lawns, Curtain Turkish Towels, half bleached, full

Colors absolutely fast. size, special 10 cents each. Pearl Buttons, Black Fans, ,

Swiss, and hundreds of others Now is your Ribbons, Garter Web,

main chance. Don't let the opportunity pass by It is true they are short ends, measuring up Oriental Turkish Towels, medium size, half Light-Weight Black Goods for Summer Wear,

bleached special 5c each. Note-Not
( more
Come to the Big White Sale Monday and to eight yards, but still the quality is there. Curtain Swiss,
than half a dozen to customer.
a )
i Linen Collars for Children,
Tuesday and save money Special, 7, 9, 10, Instead of 10 cents we say take your choice
Oriental Turkish Wash Cloths, bleached, 36.inch Black Silk, Infants' Knit Bands

: 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 19 and 23 cents for 5 cents.. with fancy border; special, 5c each. Long Black and White Silk Gloves, .


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!J their friends on the State Committee I ber of physicians who have reached :
ii POLITICAL CONTESTS not to interfere in the fight between this eminence is considerable. The BRYAN BOOMIN
Shebau and Minton. habit is said to have begun in London
where a famous specialist used
:With the advent of warm weather, to place a pile of guineas on his WASHINGTON
iJ IN THE EMPIRE STATE:
Watson Parker ( Reese CO
the sales of beer and other malt Ii-I desk in order to show his patients
quors have jumped enormously. what was expected of them. ,
I strongly has beer entrenched itselfas For other kinds of practice doc i.ASSUMING PROPORTIONS' LITTLE
"
Sheehan, who now Is the law partnerof a "summer food, as well as a tors are now seeking to introducethe
Three Distinct Elements are Bat' ex-Judge Alton B. Parker, late warm weather drink, that the subject system of monthly payments. LESS THAN AMAZING-FEW SPECIALS
: presidential nominee, has brought forward has occupied no small place in However long a patient may be 111 or I I
his the consideration of scientists. however rich he be the doctor FOR HEARST.A .
for Control of New Francis Burton Harrison as may ,
tling candidate for state cnairman, and I I Those who suffer from ailments of when they are well enough known,
this clique desires to name D. Cady the digesetive organs, it appears, are have established a rule that they
York Organization. Herrick again for the governorship.The usually more distressed in warm must be remembered every month. special from Washington to the, Monday and TuesdayJune
third combination in the fieldis weather than at other times. Beer, *' # Birmingham Age-Herald says: ,
under the management of Maurice;J I according to the chemists, is what Automobile drivers, when they The proportions assumed by the
might betermed: "predigestedtread" meet, talk shop' and most often of boom in Washington -
HEARST( GOING AHEAD WITH M. Minton, who conducted the pre Bryan presidential
liminary canvass of Judge Parker and contains carbohydratesin the troubles in getting pure gasolene.A to-day is little! less than amaziu?.I II and 12
CANVASS AS INDEPENDENT, far the presidential nomination in a readily assimilate state, not differing favorite story is of some country Hardly a democratic member can,
1904. \(Because of the fact that Mr. very materially from milk but storekeepers who bring around gaso- be found who is not for the nonina-
CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR- Minton at that time worked in con containing: less fat. The beverage,_ lene to the garages or stab'es twicea ton: of the Nebraskan in 1908. A'
BEER NEW YORK'S FAVORITE .junction with August Belmont the however possesses as much solid)I week in ,a tank ,agoa from whioh I bare half dozen or so are for Wil-
i general impression has gone forth food material as potatoes and a on the other days they sell keroseneoil liam Randolph Hearst, but at this,
BEVERAGE-THE. SLAUGHTERHOUSES that Mr. Belmont is back of Mintonat greater.amount, than do cabbages or throughout tie neighborhood. Asa date, two years ahead ofthe national, '3,000 yards 40-inch lawn lOc
turnips. ; wthIout ------ ----=-----
this time, although this has been consequencebB gasolene buyers convention, Bryan is practically
Fri. IN GOTHAM' ARE SANI denied by the latter. Minton has In view of these facts, together obtain a fluia' adulterated with the opposition and being termed at,,

TARY. gathered together many members of bleness with the and consideration of the palata- kerosene dregs, while the householders ;,iharmonizer upon whom all factions) 1,800 yards X-Bar Muslin __ 5c
cooling propensities ofj ------------- -
i for their fluid
the State Committee autf several purchase lamps a can unite I
County Chairmen who are bitterly the drink, beer is now being that would not be recommended by The formidability of Hearst, of
opposed to Sheehan and who will ed much more respectfully by regard-I'i.I fire insurance companies. course, depends entirely upon the 'e-! 50 dozen ladies' Vests slightly 4 for 25c
j4 New York, June 9.-one of the fight to the end to prevent him from I I cal men than heretofore, and .!, & # suit of the New York fight this year.] dam3 9 ed, -----
most interesting political contests dominating the state situation. sequent Increase in the consumption | 'Department stores long ago madeit If hs is beaten he will be politically!,
ever carried on In the state of New These men are agreed that an upstate -of tha article is very marked'. a rule not to allow exchanges or I dead. Shoula' he win he will '
:York now is in progress for the con. man be made chairman of the & # & to refund money on certain lines of I bly have about the same proba'j'
,trol of the Democratic State Como Btate Contfrnittee, and, on a count of The brewing industryit may be noted stock that could be worn or used on of strength possessed by him ,
i ,mittee and the State Convention noses, they appear to have the betterof in this connection, occupies avery a given occasion and then returned.', last convention. There is no ground;, If you are going surf bathing see
:. j, which will be held in the fall. At the Sheehan forces.It important position in this state, Some Manhattan clothing establiSh-I for the belief that his candidacy ,
:this convention a full state ticket will was the plan of the Sheehan the invested capital approximating!ments have lately adopted ever attain more than healthy lungsM"
i i be> nominated, from governor down. I I people to have Cord Meyer, the $140,000,000. Real and personal taxes -, precaution against impositicn on the I can give it. If the convention were, our line of Suits, Caps and Shoes,
distinct elements in the ara paid on $75,000,000 of prop- part of certain male customers who would
Three are present Chairman of the State Com: | hId to-morrow Bryan undoubtedly ,**
'
!field battling for the control of the tnittee antf one of their allies, calla erty. j I I; would wear new dress clothes over I be nominated. In thei J
C*' organization. One is the independ meeting of the committee by the Ill addition to this the brewers pay night and then return them as un-meantime the convention is two complete range prices and styles.Yours .
organization created and fostered middle of May so that :Mr. Harrison into the federal treasury every :rear satisfactory.On I lean off, and many things can happen
ky William Randolph Hearst. This could be named chairman. They soon something like $12,000,000 and the ,every order from stock where in that time.SAGE .
organization will nominate Hearst found however, that they could not state collects $17,500,000 for liquor the "try on" took place in the store!
Lame time next month as an independent control this committee and no call tax certificates. There are approxi- the gooate: when delivered have a I I
candidate for governor, and for the meeting has teen issued as mately 225 breweries and 2,000:: sa leaden seal attached to the twine for business
the Hearst men are fighting to con- yet loons in the state, and, from first to fastening the package. Thin! noticeis ,
trol the regular organization too. If I Now the anU-Gheehan men in the last, about 300,000 persons are dependent -! printed on the tag: "To insure r LEAVES
they succeed they will have the committee have started to force the on the Industry over $10- our customers against purchasing,;
Hearst independent ticket endorsed flgfring anj they are demanding that COO.OOO being paid yearly In wages, clothes that may hate bseen worn by
Watson
by the regular Democratic organiza- the meeting be called so that they while $14,000,000 is expended for ma- others, we have appended this tag I, i ParkerReese Co
tion. can effect the reorganization. They terials. and seal. No clothing will be exchanged .
t .Another element !is controlled by want a meeting before. the first of ** no credit given, if this gar Sosctal to The JournaL
x-l/eut' Governor William F. Shoe July. '. !As a result n the revelations con- ment is returned without the undisturbed -
,
Brent, June 9 Another rainlessweek Successors to Green &
{ban who aspires to become state The Hearst people are going ahead cerning the conditions of the Chicago seal." Watson.
\ ender to succeed David B. Hill. Mr. with their canvass' and are telling packing houses 'CommissIoner Dar in this end of Escambia coun
lington of the Department of Health TRAVELING EXPENSES ty. They are having fine showers to 33 and 35 South Palafox Street. I

has completed an inspection of the ;DF THE FRESIDENT .the'northward, and the agra\1lting
I t
_ slaughter houses. In New York: an. Washington, ,June 9.-The House) {
Come Up declares he has found them all con- devoted the entire day to the sundry: ,thunders can be distinctly heard in
I I ducted in a sanitary and proper mann civil bill, discussing at length the)this parched up section of "God's for-
_ At one slaghter house the item of $25,000 for traveling expenses j'taken country." I -
commissioner found a roof garden How/ wonderfully times do change.It .
of both
Where of the president Members
prtovMed for the cattle, so they parties expressed an opinion favo'"I used to rain alike upon the just !need have no terrors for y'JIf
could get air. able to providing the president with and unjust Perhaps they have more WASH DAY you send your washingThe tJ
__ You "I found nothing wrong anywhere," such a fund I far-reaching, long-distance prayers j
Belong. said the commissioner after the inspection. to offer in the more elevated section' New Method Laundry,
I. There was nothing to affect of the county. PHONE Ilea E. W. LAWRENCE, Prop. NO.8 WEST ROllAN' i'r

Perhaps you know why you fail in the plans the meat, and no generally unsanitary What a perplexing task it must be, .
condition. There were places LookProsperous to answer the diversified appeals,
for money, fame and position. where whitewash might have from the millions in this world of .A:.. "..a __. _, IIt;
been used here and there, but this misery.
Some Don't was of no special importance. I I The friends of Mrs. Geo. Marshall The Pensacola Abstract
Just why the brain does not produce found that large quantities of water! ''will be glad to learn of her safe arrival Company,
practi- at In E. :
were being used to keep the slaght.I home Liverpool, Oho,
cal money making results is a puzzle to many men. er houses clean, and all of them I and beProsperous aft r sepnding five days on the way Incorporated,
were in good' condition. I met the 4n making stop-offs at the "Queen", desires to announce that they have compiled at a great expeni"i '
Strong, healty, natural brains can be made government inspectors and my own I and "Gem" cities. of time and money, a complete and up-to-date abstract plant an< inspectors on duty. She has spent several winters in now prepared to furnishABSTRACTS
from food, and good brains can work keenly 'Ut is up to me to look into the I this section, and formed a large click
j
thing, and I am going all the way of acquaintances. OF TITLEto
when they have their proper food. through It. I Roosevelt
was ,present when cattle President seems tQ
not one-half of the people you all classes of real estate in
were being killed at the slaughter manifest much interest in the educa-
'
,_ Unsuccessful brains often come from improperly houses I inspected and could find no meet whether in a business way know or tion and proper development of the PENSACOLA AND ESCAMBIA COUNTY.
selected food. bad conditions. The inspectors on you are prosperous rising generations, as well as in the
whether you are an important The attention of property holders and prospective purchasers 8
duty from my department are good tender care of those who have passed -
A distinct Improvement in mental power and capable men, many of them old sort of man--a man of means and the age of usefulness the directed to the following special features of our work:
consequence not; and they 1. :We specialists in our particular line of work-making aD-
butchers
who understand the business {stage wiben! physicians can certify
will follow in a week or ten days when the brain- thoroughly.In will form their first impression on that they are ripe for the execution: stracts.
food all of the boroughs of the city these ponits from a glance at 'biock! i We dOnot buy or sell real estate and have no Interests to fu"tJ"r
building there are about 240 places where cattle your clothes. If'you are in "hard He is exactly right in his theory except to give our customers unequaled service.
luck" you cannot afford to look 2. Out improved system of indexing enables to turn out w -.
and hogs are killed. These In- that ea'ucation fits none for citizenship us
G, cludfe the small dealers in meat pro- like It; and if lOU are prosperous, unless accompanied by the right with the greatest possible despatch.
; QRAPB-NUTS ducts. There are about 75 In Manhattan you can still less afford to look:type of family life. ; 3. Our abstracts are prepared in a neat, attractive and convent '
and 40 in Brooklyn. The sausage "hard up." We sell the kind of The 20 acre field of Barrs sugar form. 'A special plat of the property abstracted is furnished free
and frankfurter and bologna industries clothes that will make you lookas caM las made a fair start but it will of charge.
run in course ,of operation though your ship had come in. need plenty of rain to push it 'alongto 4. Our FEES are REAS">NABIJB and our work ACGttnUTE
is used twice a day. from the big beef trust'plant, where Give us a call.White. the autumnal harvest time. It We: aso! Issue a Daily Bulletin of all transactions of \.CJmn -
the Coney Island variety is made, to requires the whole "blessed" summer dial nature. recorded in the clerk's office at a subscription**""oct. :
There are well established and very clearly the cramped little room in the rear & Nix for cane to grow and sweeten, and $2.50 per month.PENSACOLA

understood reasons for these sureresults! from the of the tenement district delicatessen I then It never heads out nor makes a ABSTRACT COMPA
shop where men and women chop up tassel. j '
in food. make the meat OUTFITTERS PHONE .393.114 N. PALAFOX ST. HARRY E. GLtkAMs! :I.*'bf,
change You can; Money, Position, they buy at the butcher'sand The Chinese sugar cane sorghum) .
convert It Jito their stock in makes a seed-top on the order of -'
Fame if you have the kind, of Brain that works trade. Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back .broom corn; Kuffer corn; African
PHONE 790. !Impha etc. It fairly well I
_ that way. The ambition of every New York Next to New Brent Building as far north as Uf\--edS; and was
doctor with an office practice Is to tensively planted there when Subscribe for The Jour
k There's Reason. acquire sufficient reputation to Enable 29 S. PALAFOX ST. dntnWuced into th's country. eX:1 ,
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: ; a him to collect cash fc?s. The num. PHONE 790. THOS. c \.'



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TAYLOR'S r PARDON N N.I SECOND-PRIMARY[ Y YT (N N I WJ..tf 1 "co r il:..,!:!' I




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Two Legislative Candidates and : i
that gubernatorial 'bees are buzzing a fll ro !

around the others but as any announcement t Commissioner Be fit J. :
: County to Uf f >
so far in advance wouldbe

matters not where you are say highly that none improper: of the It is men-only with fair gubernatorial toI r Nominated.Tuesday Experience has probably taught you that in order to make 83ni J i.r i.fe, ;

spend your vacation.
to fflI
going aspirations are responsible nJ :t !

We've got just the Suit Caseor for what the papers say on the ,June 12, is the day on which mneyYou must invest your money. The idle dollar never ; r;
subject. the voters of BscamW'a: county will .

Bag that you should have. # nominate two candidates for the legislature brings in profit If invest in barm
our special
We only buy the best qualities The Governor and Family. No.and 4. a Great commissioner interest from is being distract ffi any you money ::1'igains

in cases and bags the kind Governor Broward continues to taken In the legislative' race( and the O will have the satisfaction of making two dollars for '
make speeches with unabatea': en candidates, Chas. il. Coston, M. O. you ::11:
that you will be proud to own. Bag; ett and Mitch. Jacoby each ap- 18RJ
ergy. Last week he spoke at the
pears confident of success Mr. Cos- dollar invested. !
Come see our line of Trunks, laying of the corner: stone. of the ton polled a magnificent vote in the every N :' :H : :


I Suit; Cases and Bags. this making new week court speeches.-is house down at,in Mrs.Bronson Pasco Broward,county and,' initial.ballots opponents.primary of having His and friends a majority lacked state but over that nine five he RJ Read over carefully this tempting list of fSpecial. Monday r i f::1

will receive a much larger vote Tues F
and her. seven handsome daughterswill day than on May 15, last, the date of Bargains They are makers for t : ; !
go to,For; George to spend three the first primary. :Mr. Baggett ran money you. yy !

months at' their. summer home, this second to Mrs Coston.'while Mr. Ja m ro y I

I week.. The ,Broward children area' coby was fourth In the first primary, m 0 t-: '1,3'1 1-.. ,.
'I befog behind George T. :Morgan, who .
perfect picture-from Boreas the
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eldest, who is a strikingly hanll'somegirl withdrew. from the second -race. TRADE WITH US AND WEBOTHrnAKEMONEY ffh i
H. C. &
cTAIflARDTti1E3EI1 fdiJ of seventeenwith, dark-hair and\ Clopton and John A. Wiggins ..1
are, the contestants for
county cornmissioner .,
i eyes and who makes you think of fU m' U.>'t I
\:BUS! Indian princesses, to the baby Flori j in District 4. The former ;i':) : I
ca, a small feminine facsimile of the j,I ran considerably.ahead, of his two oppbnents -+ ) } t.! t

governor.group A healthier could not or be more found.attractive ;| ,a majority.in the first race, but lacked mm Extraordinary Bargains in Special Silk i Bargains.40c Miscellaneous Bargains j i11 t'ifi i



Escambia Pressing Club After'Prohibition.a two is years*a #test Failure.of prohibition ..l STATE EDITORS i Waists, Suits and Skirts. spec'al White: Washable. . .Jap. .Silks. .,20c For Monday Only. m{$ .i.<' ; 1 1J

75c All-Silk Check and Fancy
in Lon county, it must be adtj l >' I
[Diung, Cleaning and 'Pressing of mitted that prohibition has not pro- HAD BIG TIME f N 75c White Lawn Waists tucked and Louisiene spacial . 47i c 10 yardls] good 'Standard 6%c Calicos f$ ftlt:1:
lace trimmed, special oYionday. ..3geAt for. . . . ..396 t '
gin1 omen's and ladies' Clothing. Club uhibited i ; whether the existing cocfii- fU $1.00 36-inch Black Taffeta Silk, fit t .1";; !

ate only $1.00 per month. We call l i|1 tions are better than the open sa $1.50 Fine White Lawn Waists special . . . . .68c: 10. yards finest Berkley 12*c sfs !i : I
for ant deliver all work. No. 9 E. loons, or not is open to debate. One "" beautifully made special Monday 59c and 65c Fancy Louisine Silks Bleached Cambric for. .: 98o ft) : } i"i

intendencia. fact cannot be contradicted, although: TRIP- TO "LAND "OF,, THE SKY" f1J .. . . ... .95c special. . .. . .. 29c $1.25 Hammock to go in this sale ft| t H f,
.r
I Leon exceedingly for . . . .. 8oc iff y1 ;! l
: officially dry, ..county .is ''. '
WALTER Ut.TON & CO., Prop's., wetSpecial :;: GREATLY ENJOYED: BY wExtra' bargains in ,finest WhiteN $1.39 Fancy Taffeta and Liberty $2.50 Hammock to go in this sale *W

Selix's Old Stand emphasis wssghen to this : FLORIDA, PENCIL I Lawn Waists at $1.49 $1.95, $2.19 Bilks: to go at . . 69c for. . . . . .$1.69 iy -t nliJW ,"
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fact by the grand jury, in its presentment "" $2.90 to $6.90 $1.50 36-inch Taffeta Silks in plainor $1.59 full 10-4 White Bed Spreads A* : l
I last week. PUSHERS., J.Y White Lawn Suit beautifully changeable for . . .95e to go at. . . . . 95c JJZ ,i'F' !
White. Barber i "We have in a most painstakin g ftJ made, $4.50 value to 'go Monday 19-inch! Black Radium Silk 85c to 90c full 10-4 White Bed Spreads Jy ; :f ".':

ShopThe manner gone over all the cases presented ro for ., . . . . .$2.75 go now at. . . . 55c to go at. . . ...' 55c m 1 ; 4'lll I
I :The editors of Florida who 75c Faille Brilliant Silks all colors : $1.00 full 10-4 White Bed Spreads *K : \
white barbers formerly of 3 S i to 'us for consideration. 7"fenote were, Fine $1.501ite! Lawn Suit hand- r r ? .1
S Palafox St., are now located at No.S that a majority of the cases pre: fortunate enough to make the trip! W somely made, to go Monday at $4.39 from the Clean up Sale to : to go at . . . 69c U> .:{ i I
E. Government St., next to Western sented to us for consideration are for: to.the beautiful Sapphire Country andiothet UI $15.00 Fine White Batiste Suits go at. . . . . 42c 20c and 25c White Swiss and ftt ''a.J 'J 4:1: E,
';nion. the illegal! sale of liquor in our com.i North Carolina points, with J. in round 60c and 75c all Silk Taffetas, all fancy Lawns on special bar- ilJ i,, !i' :
beautifully trimmed
. munity. .All of the testimony clearly d EC. Lusk, the poplar' and wideawake m thread lace and button hole colors, now only . . .45c gain counter at. . . Itf .'? ,j f !
< proves that a great deal of 'whiskey I district passenger agent of the South-, u Monday. $9.50 65c Washable Jap Silks In dainty 19c Bleached Pillow Cases torn tU :li!
embroidery, special
COTTRELL is Qeing'soldin'our midst. ern Railway, have returned to Floe' and hair stripes, to go at . 39o and hemstitched, . . .He.u :I.2 f
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FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. 'In fact there seems to be no diffi. Ida. All are loud in their praise of: $15.00 Taffeta Silk Suits, well 60c Jap and China Silks, all colors, 12Vj Bleached Pillow Cases special "" "f.t'i I.

Pensacola Fla. culty for any one wishing to rue. the country especially the Sapphiie N made in red, gray navy blue; choice for. . . . 34c . . . . 10c tU I ;' :
chas3 liquor ,finding some one willing; : country and Henfdarsonville when rU green, white and black to closeout 40c Taffetine Silks to go at ... .19c 8c and lOc Embroidery Beadings At i-L&r;
I for . .. .$7.95 UI
Monday and Torchon Laces Monday It
to 'go -
to sell it. The evidence goes t o)ISl'ICcial attention was shown then I t :
WATCHES AND CUT GLASS show that while several white I party says the Jacksonville Metropolis OJ $5.00( {} White Belfast Linen Suits at . . . ... .2o Jy75c } t n;

Something Swell in Gold Jewelry. are violators of the law, the groat t I Ir i tU special Monday . . ...$2.95 White Goods Bargains.25c White Lawn Waists to go at 39c fU f f.ft'in
W. A. Gahlenbeck 213 S. Palafox Si majority of the violators of the law The first stop that was made! after j 1t1 This.' is actually cheaper than you One case assorted Toilet Soaps, p : tl-.tto 1
\ I ore negroes, and from the manner i in" leaving Jacksonville was at ColunvIta can buy the material; these suits are go Monday 3 cakes for.. ,10c aid : e,
which this traffic is carried on we! where Sheer Wlhite Persian Lawn fU '
TURTON & BELL that numberof : about five hours were I'! tu made or to go at . . .. .' 15c ;fll
might there
say are a spent in visiting the capItol and i<
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. "perambulating blind tigers" on I other interesting points. ; m 15c Fine Fancy White Goods In Ready-to-Wear Hats. | e Jm
Kodak Supplies.! Finishing! for Amateurs. the streets of the city. At Hendersonville dainty! styles and checks. Just
the party enjoyed -I Embroideries i Etc. . . . .7y Q t I"
"Our sheriff and his deputies have i themselves, to the fullest extent,'; m III price. > 100 dozen Ladies' and Misses' ftj: !
ben zealous: out the of,: lOc Cnecked Nainsook, special for 5e .
R. K. WHITE, in searching a banquet was served and the entire -> Ready-to'kar Hats, worth At 1 t
fenders, but he cannot arrest without; party was taken for a moat den -| m 15e and '19c Embroideries to goat lOc White" India Linon sheer and $1.25 to $3.00. on sale at 9 JW! : :/
Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler, and Graduate . .. .. . .6c
sufficient and direct evia'enoe of a i lighttul and1: interesting drive o/eri I . 10c fine for. o'clock Monday for. . . 500 r : : <, ':
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Optician. 30 S. Palatox Street. Pensacola. Fla. actual sale, which is exceedingly dif, the mountain roads and through the! lOc Embroidery! Headings now 19c Cannon Cloth, linen finish 5 dozen Gauze Braid Hats worth R1 ; r. :

"- ficult to obtain. We big to submit town. I ftJ only . . . . 2c skirting, special. . . ; 12c 50c to 69c each, special MonW t ''4

the above to impress the necessityof At Asheville a committee of the hJ 40c Embroideries and Insertings, 15c White Pique, extra quality, day. . .. .I. . .. .150 ffi0,
Tersely Told strictly 'enforcing the law other, Board of Trade provided a special: now only . . . 19c special. . . . .. .9c rBargains -,. ?. I
wise the mora's of our communitywill car for the entertainment of the w The greatest bargains and best assortment I5c and 18c Printed Lawns and \- "i .

Stele suffer serious harm, rather than ty and this trolley ride was said pari by i! N of Val and Round Thread Batiste, going now at. . .9>,..c in N ap k"inS. 1'4 '. =q, ;=:;;
Allen left last night for I Our entire White Goods stock to be
good from the closing the open saloons many of the party to be on? of the I Laces ever shown in Pensacola.
Montgomery where he goes on business iu reduced and put out on special bargain n
most enjoyable features of the entire I $1.00 White Damask Naspkins, per t t
"The law as now enforced, and as' trip, as the day was perfect, the party -, counter for Monday. dozen for . . . 89c HI ;z r-: ,;
Ilrron D'Alemberte returned yesterday it must be enforced ,may well lead in the best of spirits and the co L-I: m Bargain Sale of Rugs. $1.50 White: Damask Napkins per W ', J1j

from Chapel Hill, N. C., whereIn to much false swearing and bribery mittee determined to show the editors | dozen for. . . . .$1.19 U i. f':
has be'n attending school to and a person having a malice against everything to be seen in the m 25c Bargains in Undervesls. 75c German Damask Napkins to go JV f} rflj l

epead[ his summer vacation at home.If another him can malefactor with little and difficulty violator city.But LN Real each Jap for Matting. Rugs. worth. . .5c for . . . .. 59o : > 'l".:,, ,+
the person who is advertising fora prove a at Lake Toxaway was where Real Jap Mattings Rugs worth 50c Ladies' 8c Bleached Swiss Rib ftJ "i? ;

lost pansy breast pin will call at of"The the law.ease with which liquor ca. member the real of fun the commenced party will and certainly every m"t each for. . . . .19c bed Undervests, to go at. . .5cLadies' I See our special bargains in W i i.1.;., !;'.**..
The Journal office, the lost pin may MI Real Jap Matting Rugs, worth 40c 15c Bleached Swiss Rib-
be recovered. be obtained points to a great,reaching danger remember that wonderful trip to thetop fU each for. . .. .. .10c ibed Vests to go 3 for 25c Lace Hosiery for Monday. fgffi 1 ; ::
threatens just
that boys
our of Mt. Toxaway last Suna'av: la '
There are a number of repl'esto' manhood. They have only to pur. a drenching rain. This mountain is: l! ,J.Wfj.1 ==================== "f' ,..f

want ads at this office for "D. C.," "IM42. ," chase the liquor and retire to some 5,000 feet high, and it .can be truth.'
" :' "Cook". "Box 835," "Rates,"I secret place and drink, and before fully said that we can give no idea COME TO THE BUSY STORE FOR BARGAIIMS j : j jI:
awake of their dangtr ..
"No s, 'Filer, "N, "S, "Bachelor. their parents of the grandeur of nature here so ,,;"
taners will please call for them. habits of a life time have been ac lavishly bestowed. Tourists wno 1 ... At UI i

The I. 0. 0. F. will hold mem rialfXel'clses quired." have visited every part of Europe,, ).. fU f i if'J
returned
indictments
Of the ten and all sections of America find i/ N
over the graves of their by-the grand' jury for the. illegal sale beautiful Toxaway, with Its diversely I w 1''t:1


P deceased]37.the, m.in lodge St. brothers John's room! in next Cemetery a body Sunday, at leaving June 3:30: of and convicted''Judge whiskey one was,Malone one in acquitted.the resulted imposed county in, eight a sentencesof mistrial were, of air scenery and water, its, delightful a rival of climate whose exist-pure T H Lannoti A C Oa miU n't i.1 'f f : '



The informal program at the Y. M. a fine of one thousand. dollars or A DOUBTING THI IMAS.
C A at 3:30: ,o'clock this afternoon six months in jail in each case. One raIaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa3aaaaaaaaaaa f : t.
promises to be an unusually good one, man paid his fine, the others will 8aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeaa ;

consisting: of a male quartette and serve the jail sentence. The severity Had His Falling Hair Stopped, and "
Molin: is in sentences met'with unqualified .
solo. Dudley Barrow of the Dandruff Cured, Without Faith. ,
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charge of for this approval but unfortunately six The Story of an Invention. I'
the arrangements H. B. Fletcher! Butte Mont, Oct. I
bIt' The of they months in jail is not regarded with ence they had not dreamed. The loom was the Invention of GULF CITY COFFEE CO. f
cool inviting rooms 20', 1899, says; "Like many other people I power '
M. C. A. are popular, and these much awe by the average negro. I have been troubled for years The Toxaway Hotel Company own, S rt P EC IAL l l S t ESSIO N a farmer's boy, who had never seen or rrt
Suda\ programs are furnishing enter Prohibition rigidly .enforced wouldbe with dandruff, and! within the last four or :five hotels, and have an estate beard of such; a thing. He fashionedone i i Roasters, Blenders and Shippers ofFine ,
tainment of an elevating nature to a a good thing. Prohibition as applied ;- few months my hair came out so of about 30,000 acres. There I with his penknife, and when he gotit I: E .',' t
number. Any man is welcome. The in Leon county is a failure. badly that I was compelled to ha'cwhat are seventy-five* miles of brook and all done he showed It with great en t
Association building is open from 3 I had left clipped very close rfrer fishing ana1 some of the best thusiasm to his father who at once Coffees ;'H', "

to 6 o'clock Sunday afternoons. lA. friend recommended' 'N wbro's hunting to be found in America. Tne OF r COUNCIL kicked It all to pieces, saying he would
NICK APOSTLE'SPLACE Herpicide. I confess that I doubtedhis boys and the girls, too, all have a ,! OUR COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL ., lif' ::
would
who
Jack Grant formerly of Pensacola, good word to say for :Mr. Lusk and have no boy about him 'it, l". ,
lut for the past four years located story; but I gave Herpicide a the Southern Railway, and it is expect i spend his time on such foolish things. 1 GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL. ; r- ::!

fa Montgomery, is in the city for a NO. 2 trial,; and now my entirely hair: is free as from thick dan-as n id: that the pencil pushers of The boy was sent to a blacksmith to !: .-. --- rp! .' .
gay or two. MrGrant now represents ever Florida have not made their last learn a trade, and his master took a !j, -- ; {
the cause, remove -
an aperient- water company of druff. the"Destroy effect" Herpicide you is a visit to the Sapphire Country. "So,' CALLED[ lively Interest In him. He made a ;: .t "
Louisville most JEU1ORPHINA-CURA
and he is on the road "
cf) the tima. Mr. Grant has hosts (IMPROVEMENTS. HAVE MADE IT delightful hair dressing for regular mote it be. loom of what was left of the one his i 1. V1f I ;
a For sale by W. A. lyAlembertc, father had broken up and showed It to An infallible remedy for tn.are of Drug Habitioi(II kindl. .} .
cf friends in Pensacola and they are A VERY POPULAR RESORT use. i Sent postpaid et $2 per bottle. Morpmno-Cura i.preptitd '
sl! glaa to greet him again. Since druggist and apothecary 121 South I hIs master. The blacksmfti saw he ]'| Hypodermic:or mttmil use. Delta Chcm.Co ,St Uub. t'J j : "-

'ca\ing\ here he has married and now FOR PATRONS jFfclafox street, or send 10e in stampsfor Convene Mondayto bad no common boy as an apprentice, For Sale In Pensacola by t 1 t"rfor "r-:t .
has two children. Hs goes from Pen- ".,', sample to The Herpicitfe Co., Detroit City Fathers to and that the Invention was a valuable W. H. WHITE & CO., Druggists. i '

tacola to Jacksonville.Ask 311cb.VICTOR. Trustees one. He had a loom constructed nnder I 't' ,
Hear Bond j the supervision of the boy. It worked ".
I -- --- --
your 'grocer for Blue Ribbon Nick Apostle's new 'place (Nick's i to their perfect satisfaction, and the >, \.
Lemon or Vanilla, the extracts of Place No. 2)) is now one of the most! A't Sewerage Report. : blacksmith furnished the ijeans to I '

known purity attractive places in the city. His ; manufacture the looms, and the boy

soda water fountain is very popular SAFES received half the profits. In'about a I Union Labor Hall : .1
coffee tables are always occupied
his call
and
Trout Lumber Company Fire. the lovers of the cafe noir. Mayor Bliss yesterday issued a year the blacksmith wrote to the boy's :
Shreveport, La., June 9.-Fire of by meeting of the city coun- father that he should bring with hima
unknown In addition: to th.9 improvements already for a special I, Room 1, Old Armory Building.
origin destroyed the plant awarded the 7:30 gentleman who was the in. j i' ; ;1
al f the in evidence there -Nick contemplates This safe was cil to convene Monday evening at wealthy .
,
Trout at
Lumber Company some more elaborate improvements grand prize at theWorld's ; ventor of the celebrated power loom. A LODGE ROOM i
Trout. La. t.o.ds.The loss is $50- which ,will make the Fair and al- o'clock. meeting will You may be able to Judge of the as- I 't'
Oou\ covered that the accommoJate L
to
partially by insurance. i The call states sufficient
still more attractive and pop- though inexpensive, it Is tonishment at the old home when his
place receivingthe for rent at '
a the of 75 people :
made. be held for purpose
the best safe
ular. son was presented to him as the Inventor llf'' = treasonable
THE ORIGINAL. r rate. ,
Trustees on
Foley & Co.Chicago, originated report of the Bond : who told him that the loom ., > 'I{' s
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung A HAPPY MOTHER We Keep Them in Stockand sewerage matters, and for any other was the same as the model that he MECHANICS' i "

'remedy, and on account of the great will see that her bath Is properly business: that might demand the attention had ticked to pieces the previous year. HEADQUARTERS f'i e h";

merits and popularity of Foley's cared for-to do thii'a good purgative can give you just of the city fathers.It .
Where employers can se i f. 't
Honey and Tar many imitations are is necessary. Many babies suffer what :you want or if we that some definitesta r_ _. in ..
is thought cure help. Office clerk \ ;,
offered for the genuine. These from worms and their mothers haven't got what you want the bids for Friends and ED DlI.U. rf
concerning ,
QDI' .aient charge all the time. Phone r t.1::1! :.
worthless imitations have similar don't know itifourbaby' is fever we can order it for you by the Bond Trus Be assured that those will be thy worst
-- opened 776 and will be sup. .I"
:Bounding names. Beware of them. ish and doesn't sleep at nights, it is and save you money. Dropus tees sewerage June 1 will be made known when enemies not to whom thou bast done plied. you ";

The genuine Foey's: Honey and Tar troubled with ".worms. ,White's a postal. the council meets. In fact it is stated I. evil but who have done evil to thee. fi: 't
': m a yellow package. Ask for it Cream Vermifuge will clean out that the trustees will submit a reportrjcommend'.ng ; And those will be thy best friends note I HOME WORKERS i'j h;
and refuse any substitute. It is the these worms '!in' a mild pleasant way. Inl' : the acceptance of on done good, but who ; BUILD HOMES h f
bad dat a feUer'd rather be to whom thou hast ; -
best used. Give it Wm. Johnson so
> a & Inc.
remedy ford coughs and colds. Once tried always Son
I' of the bids now in possession n 1:, to'thee.-I.avater, j hI
"'. A. D'Alemberte druggist and[ trial. Price 25 cents. Sold! by all The Truant-Huh! when de fishin'sschool. or more I have done good: I '
blamed bad! I of board.
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i PAE FOUR THE ENS'ACOLA 'JOURNAL-, SUNDAY MORNING,_.lONE 10, Uuo Id.

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dough; to support the Florida News i.-try: was:"to- tft7a remit of.its r Tennessee; dbnY stand forthat"',One ; 't ,. .;:: 'WARNING

It.t 'iJbe Jenjal8la :Uonfnal !Bureau such list has never been received departure from the principles laid by are one laid the on the"safe shelf.and-Winter sane" leaders Garden'

: at this office and we do not down in the declaration: of indpenC\, Ricochet.

believe that either the Banner, or ence and the constitution. An example S *

else! has received one. I of this occorrld during the hearing Peanut Politic
anyone
1 Itrn JLl1WuWn-- -n -.WLrUUUrJL W. LJ JWf 1MJr 1LrL.nr w .
' -". Th names given above are attach of the idiat bt,committee on' Pac'fic "Business.is business-!,-" and politics having come to my knowledge that

rf DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. It, ed to a 16-page pamphlet, entitled : / Islands'vknd5Porto Kico on the may, therefore, 'be presumed to be. pol
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I PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY'j j "A Plain Answer to Governor Brow-:' bill to t!,ve the ''pjrto' Ricans.' the full itics.Nevertheless, the business of polI- some unscrupulous merchants are
ard's Letter to the of States refilling
::1. : Open People status of citizens of the United tics is often conducted in a manner
I ; ...B T... (Florida, by Representative TaxPayers took
. when the following colloquy that; no reputable business man would

i ;;. t THE JOURNAL COMPANY. of the Drainage DistrIct. This. place: for a moment tolerate In the management I my Bank Note Cigar boxes with'

, .! pamphlet does not\ mention the FlorIda Senator Mallory''Mr. Chairman of his own affairs.

r ::: Mtnnnjl.tnj-ljXnj--< r.Juu .fu-rn irULrinj ini "- fc-***** News Bureau, which was the subject this gentleman (meaning the resident explain.Wiy this There should seems be so to is be difficult no ade-to i inferior Cigars, I Ivarn all such Merchants .

! ,r FRANK L. MAYES, President and General Ma"ag.r.t of The Journal's Inquiry and it commissioner op delegate in congress. of
politics
quate reason why the game
Mr. right to go 'oni
Larrinaga) has
t -: rnnnnw L&&VW.rLfl Lr W tWtWU has no marks; on it to indicate that a should be played with dirty cards orwhy
n j- tnnrnnnruw -rflt ltUW I
violation of
the
i the floor ot the, house? I it is a Revenue
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:"' the gentlemen whose names are The Chairman "Yes." men of standing and reputation
f
MEMBER TilE ASSOCIATED PRESS. I :.
signed to it have anythting to do should be made the target for bitter

tr _nJ1_ JWJL Wf JV with' the Bureau. \ right Mr. to Larrin the flooR"7a' -"res..' ; ,I have the I the personalities potitical"arena.the moment, they enter; law I l and if persisted in, they will be

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SUBSCRIPTION RATES. We would suggest that our Ocala The Chairman "You have introduced The demand for :purity in politics,

itH : One year..s 00 45 contemporary get busy and surprise bills in the house?" But fullest
One Month..s. now has 'gOne up throughout the land. prosecuted to the extent of the
! Six Mouths............... 2 50 One Week....... ....... ... It(> itself with\ a little more information ,I 'Mr. Larrinaga-"Yes; I have Intro- that is not enough. I I

r Three Months..... ....... 1 25 Weekly Edition per year.$1 O( on the subject It has not yet: duced amend a the number of act.bills." and one to Every intelligent citizen should take:'
organic
f ----i--_-, wunnn S W-- an interest in politics and should souse l aw. FRANK REILLY
thrown any material light on the question the ,
Here is a man who enjoyed his intelligence as to hasten the!
,f: The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed at issue.Inconsistency. I privileges of .a place upon the floor coming of the day when "peanut poli '

{ Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. of the national congress, who can participate tics" shall be at- a discount, and per-! ,
, '. sonalities shall longer be substituted ,
no :
of Our
in but
m national legislation
nnrtrunnnnnw W flJW 1J p w m Lt tr WUUW t UtLJWUt
f I for principals. Tampa Tribune. Sole Agent
who is not and cannot become an ,
; Offices, 108 and 110 East PmpersonS.IeonTr&ins Colonial Policy. I
E I American citizen" He is denied' tie Sentiment for Bryan.
1 Government. Phone 38. and at all News Stands. When| -
J.: --- the United States departedfrom I privilege enjoyed by refugees from The sentiment in favor of giving

,j' p&r _I ------- ---'-- ------ J L -._ its old time policies to take upa the old world and he occupies the position -Bryan the next democratic nomination +<+)+ *:+: : +'''(+: +XI

: [ colonial system of government, no I is increasing rapidly all over the I
of
i PENSAOOUA. FIJA.. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 10, 1906. being subject to our government country. !Bryan has in
changed
n.; defender of that system probably contemplated but una1lle' claim citizenship. not i
, I the Churches
i j' t. the anomolons! and contra I Was anything ever more anomolous his politics political hate views been but so the rapid changes and in to I Services at I

!: Second Democratic Bond Money Drawing .. dictory positions in which the conn- or inconsistent? such an extreme that what he represents I AWK

: and advocates is considered con I II +ZZZ: +z*+M+MWM+W* +<+&...iv
i : Next Interest for the
Tuesday City servativer "safe and sane." :As is:

I : Next Tuesday, June 12, the democrats !A reference contained in these *"X UX+ well said by the Live Oak Democrat"character" I There will be no 7:30 a. m. service vices today at 11 a. m., 3 p. m an,j"j

i;' of Escambia county will again columns last Sunday concerning the I Said of Pensacola li has made Bryan the fore-I at Christ church today but the other, ]p. m. by Rev. E. L. Andrews 01 t <.;.
most private citizen cf: his country.
I
services will be held as usual. I j I i ington, Ky. Morning subject "f'-, p.
t go to the polls for the purpose of $300,000, now available for public improvements : Brooksville Argus. .
: I Rev. J. Barney Butler has returned i ito artion to Meet God; afternoon: \' ,

i nominating two candklates for the from the recent bond ? and Pensacotians I fhe city after a short visit in Tennessee 1 trality with God Impossible:" even!.,4

issue, seems to have created a wrong Can't Buff!' Broward. I and Kentucky and will fillr!I "H:>w, to Become a Christiaa.
legislature and one candidate for .
impression in certain The the at the Palafox Mehodist S S S
quarters. turpentine operators are whooP- pulpit
commissioner in district No. i :"(o..g.g s ..x..a.:+>.<...:+:... ..t t:1
county The Journal stated that this money i 6-:+ Ht>>.< .( ing up against drainage all over church today, both morning and even- UnlversalistFirst
< thei I
( While there are not so many candidates .',. ,. state. They all began about the Universalist Church-East
was now reposing in the bank vaults ing.No
Enterprising Gas time. Governor 'Broward is having a, service will be held today ,:| Company.The
to be voted there were spection tour, the sanitary force has atp
upon as ready to be expended on the public
Y. P. C. U. 6:30
been increased tough time, abut he has sand and nerve I Century Mission. i n. p. m. AJ] are
stagnant'water is being
." In the first primary and while the improvements" for which it was voteJ Pensacola papers are carrying and is not going to be bluffed out. Owing to the Illness of Rev. Rein- cordially invited to attend.
whole advertisements drained and oil used on ponds. I
page announcing -
t F-. Interest in the contest is of course and that the tax-payers were payin' the fact that the local gas company The same precautions except more so, You'll have to "show him" before he I hardt there will be no services at the S S S

i. not so great from a personal stand. interest on it at the rate of $13,500 a has reduced: the price of gas to are being taken in Tampa and Jack- can be made to quit.--iMontice1o Lutheran church today. Sunday I I I! First First Church Church of of Christ Christ, ScientJS-Scientist! .
News. usuaL ,
1. point: the democrats of the county year. $1.50 per thousand feet. The municipality -Elevator.sonville. That's* all!Gainesville, ,: ":. I school The erder as ;of services at the various I Owing to the number of membe-s i'

J should still have enough interest in This was all true, but those who are does not own the 'gas company S.'' S S "Our Bob" to the Front. churches in Pensacola today will be I j tending the communion and aedica! :: 1in

the welfare of the party to poll a full familiar with the matter think The either.-Tampa 5 Tribune.. The Oil Can Brigade. There is great sentiment all over I as follows: Boston, there will be no idurin'g

J, TOte for the candidates- who are run Journal should explain that this bond The Merit of Novelty. Over in Pensacola they have an oilcan the state in favor of Robert W. Davis,i Catholic. the month S S of S June.

.. ninj. issue money Is now drawing interest :Mayor Bliss and the city council of bridge and it is hard at work: of Tampa, serrin'g: the people of this I St. Michael's Churra: -Cfcrins the First Christian Church.
1 There are no special Issues involved from the drenching the drains and other moist state in the capacity of governor. He summer months mases will be said at
i : : banks and will continue to Pensacola are at outs and the mayor First Christian church 43 E.
places where, is unquestionably the man for the 6:30 and 9:30 a. m., the 9 o'clock mass
breed with
mosquitoes
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in the contest and the candidates do until says that he'll leave it to a vote jf I Gregory street Sunday
t so it is expended on the Improvements scho-i!
a view to the prevention of epidemicfevers i place and with his large number of being discontinued. Baptisms at 2
are all good men, but that is which the people as to whether or not he 1 '110 a. m, H. J. Mackey, Sup:
are contemplated. in that city this summer friends and admirers in every sectionof p. m. Vespers, Rosary and Benediction -
shall
t::1 no reason why every voter should not resign. That proposition at Science the state, there is hardly doubt 5 ,| Communion at 11 a, m Prav--
Thanks to the good management of least has the merit of novelty. Having : has now clearly shown us that any l) m. meeting Thursday at 7:30
j t" go to the polls and do his duty as a the board of bond trustees, most of been elected mayor it would seem if we can marter the mosquito problem -: about him being the choice of the un- St. Joseph's Church-Sunday 7 a. m.1 cordially invited. : p. m. Al I

i = citizen and a democrat this fund now bears 4 interest to be the duty of Mr. Bliss as the we need have n3' fear for the I terrified democracy, now restored to Low: Mass and instruction; S a. m. S S .

j t-:: The Journal hopes to see a good per cent chosen servant of the people to fightit spread of yellow fever, and it is mere- reason after the unfortunate mistakeof Sunday school; 10 a. m. High Mass Second Church of Christ Scientist.
for the city, a small portion of it ly a question of intelligent and timely .. two years ago.-Tampa Tribune. and instruction; 5 p. m. Vespers, Rosary ,
1- out with his hostile council withoutaskin'
; vote cast next Tuesday and it be The Seoonsaf Church of Chmt,
bearing 3 per cent, the latter portionnot for energy to head off the mosquitoes and Benediction of the Blessed
t : a popular poll to back him Scientist Services every Sunday
t'- lIens there will be one.
being on time deposit but' -.Live Oak Democrat. -Live Oak Democrat. NAVAL DISCIPLINE Sacrament. Mass during the week is| | .
at 11 o'clock
' I: subject up. morning Wednesday arernoons
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at 7:30 a. m. except on Mondays and,
S .
: to check. 3 i t 3 o'clock. Reading room
1 r : Water The Full School Term. Pnalshntnt That Are Meted Oat te Fridays, when it is at 8 a. m. During, from
The Gainesville Elevator "refuses Pressure Que tion. i open daily 10 a. m. to i r r T.
.
j = ". The Pensacolk!1 fpijblic. schools will I British Sailor. May and October Mass is at 8 a.. m. where Christian Science lit"rai\ira
; r emphatically to accept the population They have been having a little trouble I
not close until th'lasf of June. Thisis Confessions: in the evenings before I ,
be had. Room 6 Masonic r
: The municipal election in Tamoa in Pensacola For infraction of regulations some I Bay upie.
about the
I for Gainesville stated in the last cen up water
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because they did not open, last fall,, Sundays Holy Days'of Obligation and .
; sus report" But what does the Elevator last Tuesday forms a pretty good .Indication pressure during'fires.. The mayor until November 1, supposedly on ac curious punishments are meted out in First Fridays from 4 p. m. to 9 p. m. Salvation

:, propose doing with that popula. of what the public things has ordered Jh"e water company to put' count of.the prevlenceof; 'epidem- the Englisb'.nav. It is an everyday Baptisms Sundays at 2 p. m. or by Salvation Army-(Army.Richard NON
on one hundred pounds whch the 'sa1's London Tit-Bits to
" i occurrence, ,
! about the question of ic. They i'In'c. n'at' 8 a. and appointment. ,
municipal m.
, tion? It would be inhuman to turn I own had captain. Services will be held a*
: company declined to do until it see half a dozen sailors lined
Hit' ership. There close at from 12 1 1:30 up on S *
were three candidates -- oon to and p
the people out into the highways and t received ,psremptory orders.llere l lows in the Army tent, corner v 1 :
I m., according to the grade during; deck facing the paint work, holding Episcopal. .
for .
major in the field-one L and Barcelona streets: Sunday'
byways to hunt another place of opposed I cities own their water works no trouble June. Superintendent Cook calls attention : their hammocks on their shoulders. At I Christ Church-Rev. P. H. Whaley, '

It! abode On further consideration, we: %to municipal ownership, .another who" Times.of this. kind 1 is perien' i ed.-Tam. to the fact that there are few I first the hammock isn't heavy but after D. D. Rector. Services will be held I except 3 p. m.Saturday Regular and services Monday every, at nu' '.

t hope our contemporary will decide :..0I ran u-pon.that well known platform of ri pa '* .if any, homes i in,,the city more comfortable an hour or so it drags on one's shoulders at 11 a. m- and 8 p. m. Sunday schoolas m. Capt. Norris will be assiste-: -

let them remain in Gainesville.Bryan's "I favor it, but-," and a third who I Pensacola Famous.: than the public school rooms I like. lead. Besides, it is not at all usual. C apt. and Mrs. Moreland, of Savanr i
I declared unqualifiedly in favor of the I This is probably'true ofany southern entertaining to stare fixedly at a square St. Katharine's-Cervantes and Davis -

municipal ownership of all public t Pensacola is becoming famous for city. It is the confinement in hot t foot of paInted. weodwork for an houror street Rev. Andrew T. Sharpe S.

utilities. exciting events. 'In one day last week weather, not the heat of the rooms, more at a time. T. B. rector. The English Pollee.
; : Nomination Predicted This last one was elected..1 j I two business men were arrested and L that tells on the, pupil\ health, inas Another punishment that Jack despises Sundays: 7:30 a. m. Holy Communion In the conduct of the police depart

H Municipal ownership senteiment has held in $1,000 bail each on a charge of much ag another_ month of schooling ; 9:30 a. m Sunday school; 11 a, ment in an English city we find "i
; by Collier's Weekly.Collier'B grown until it now represents: a majority I violating the federal Tottery law and is necessary to ml out the legal' re is bailing with a spoon. He is m Morning! Prayer and Sermon (First striking comparison with our An.cr

of the people everywhere the chairman of the Board of Public I quirement of eight months' schooling placed upon the deck. with two large and third Sundays, Holy Communion) l lean notion of police work. In Ma1
I and I :
: Weekly for June 9 wooden buckets filled with water
pre. one
Works
the branded an alderman as a liar. each year, and as': the weather has; 5 p. m. Evenin'g Prayer and sermon. Chester, as in London, the pollcec.! :, :
; diets the nomination of William opponents of the system may as Business and the other empty. With a he
Jennings at that Jacksonville spoon
:: up en been unseasonably cool durin'g: May, Week: days-5 p. m. Wednesday; and is always the servant of the 1'1Ik':
well
:t Bryan at the next national Democratic recognize that fact now as later. Metropolis. Pensacola's school children will not; must dip all the water from one bucket Fridays. As in London, he carries neither cL I<

j convention. It says: suffer by continuing the school term and transfer it to the other being, Saints Days-10 a. m. Holy Com nor revolver. His duties are v rv
The Sanitary Campaign. until the usual eight months have meanwhile, the butt of his comrades' munion. .
I :If Mr. Bryan is nominated, as now Even The Ocala Banner Pensacola has a campaign on foot 1 elapsed. TO do otherwise would be jests and jeers.Sometimes St. John's Church, WarringtonRev. nearly the same as those of a Vv'
the > York officer It is In his method
seems democratic
probable party for a more sanitary city, a force is i to deprive the children of their due. a delinquent is made to J. R. Bicknell, priest in charge. ,
will mean that it trusts the spirit: Cannot Answer I doing his work that the striking d.f
the Question.The going from house to house on an in! -Jacksonville Times-Union. walk slowly backward and forward Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m.
: more than it distrusts the letter; ference lies. He is always quiet, B
( trusts his seriousness and devotion Journal's attention has b3en'i. along the deck nursing In his arms a Century Mission-ROT. J. R Bick
ways neat always respectful, e\"- -
nell, priest in charge. No services to
; to the average man more than it dis directed to the following from the waWW'LrUWWUWrLr,-nrflL JLrrLfl'W six inch projectile, weighing a little day. deferential, in his treatment of ti)
! : trusts an Intellect which oftens Ocala over 100 pounds. Once a sailor who
goes Banner which it somehow S S public. Such overbearing: manners ..'
1 astray after shallow remedies. FLORIDA laughed at the stammering speech of
failed to note at the time it originally POLITICS Church of ChristChurch we sometimes see In New York poi >"-
; Events have helped him more than his commander, was made to stand up-
of Christ Jackson and men would not be tolerated in M.-'
appeared1. cor.
Tha
:, he has helped himself, but he has not, Banner says: on the forebridge, in full view of the
Alcanlz Streets. Bible school 10 chester-or In London for that a.atter. -
,
," been without his share in bringing Journal Some time: ago The Pensacola AND POLITICIANS ship's crew, and laugh for an hour anda a. m. Communion services at 11 a. m. .-Success.
; Jjis party's opinion around in his I1- evinced a very strong desire half.
< Preaching 7.:45 m. by W. T. Tracy.
IDs to know who it Ir wr nJ-W ,, p.
rection. of the presi was putting .r&rJrrJ'J-fl..flflV.JWuflflJLr
support up the ----u- 'in nfl tMJW trW WJW nJJwrn.rrntu I Spitting upon the deck of a man-of- Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:45
, money to fight Governor p.
dent was one astute and large-minded I Broward'sdrainaga -
war is strictly prohibited. Cuspidorsare m. All are cordially invited.
r dedsion. and his calm and judicious proposition: The Journal Printcd
W. J. Bryan in 1908. I
on socialism was another. We now learn. to our surprise, pose. Dr. Crill's enormous majority: placed at intervals along the deck, S S
essay
!' what appears to be upon The possible nomination of Mr. Bryan of 371 in a total vote of &50 for the and these must be used. Upon some Methodist.Palafox .
He feelin'g of the country how good authority
: 1906
: < ever, that the railroads have partly that shortly after The Banner under for the presidency by the democrats senatorship in last week's primary I Is ships, when a sailor is caught spitting Street Methodist Church- During May, ,

.. triumphed in the rate bill contest took to meet The Pensacola Journal in 1908 is being discussed quite but a precursor of his running abili upon the deck, a small tub is strappedto Rev.W. Q. Vreeland pastor Rev.J. .

;I and that the vested interests control L ou its own ground that the editor of i freely in portions of the press-por- ties in the state for the governorship; his chest and he is made to wear itAny Barney Butler assistant Services a Total of

. the tariff and that money generally The Journal was duly furnished with| tions that have never been specially I' two :years hence. By that time, ac one who chooses may use this 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school
a complete list of I friendly to him. Those organs of cording to the trend of things polii- 9:30 a. InJ.. N. Andrews, Supt.
l v is the ruling power is what the gentlemen who walking receptacle. The offender thus
rt helps Bryan most. Next to that. perhaps are "putting up" their money to protect -! democratic opinion which have here.I I cal, the people 'Of Florida will be more punished rarely repents hs! offense. Epworth League 6:30 p. m. Rev. J. 157,350

', Is the feeling of loyalty that is 1 what they concave to be their i iI tofore supported Mr. Bryan with a than anxious to Install an administra- Barney uBtler will preach at both

:: lb strong in humankind. (His very defeats -I rights, and that he has not as yet: good deal of devotion are generally si-l|I I tion of brains and business methods regular services today. COPIESor
, seen his lent-evidently awaiting an founded on fashioned A POTTERY TOWN. Gadsden Street Methodist Churcn-
: in his campaigns, and especially way clear to give this information expres-;' commonsense -
: la the buncoed convention of 1904, to the public. sion from him. It is still too early,j j honestY.-Palatka News. Rev. F. A. Rogers, pastor. Regular an of
i I' Average
! have left him stronger with the mid This fact is significant: : and there. by more than a year for the discus Chlnsrteeken iii Unlike Aar Other services 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sun
: is sion of the democratic nomination.The Place la Chi... day school 9:30 m. J.
: dle-western voters, who always have more behind it. Why let us ask,! Foxy Mr. Gilchrist. a. B. Tiller.
t been the basis of his strength. should The Pensacola Journal, if it' current of events is progressing, Gen. Gilchrist has taken a running For at least 900 years the town Supt. Epworth League 6:30 p. m. 5,828

It Feeling that he has never had a was so anxious to know the truth,! so rapidly that Bryansm: may be before -I start on the other candidates; for gay Chingtecben, in.China, has been devoted Muscogee Wharf-Rev. F. A. Rogers .

t fajr opportunity, that he had more conceal the truth when it was offered. 1908(} relegated to the background;j ernor. 'A few days ago :Miss Clem to the making of pottery. Every. pastor. Sunday school 3 p. m, DAILY

!f votes than McKInley in one election to it? The question answers itself. as mossbacked conservausm.-Tampa'i' Hampton gave each girl of the Florida 1- thing in Chingtecben belong to the T. L. Briggs, supt Preaching 4 p. in.S .

:. that life insurance' and other corporation As our Pensacola contemporary has Times. State College at Tallahassee a box: porcelain and earthenware Industry. S The following figures show The Pdl'

money is now shown clearly to seen fit to Ignore this reply to its in- of the best candy with his card. Gil- The houses are for the most part built Presbyterian.First sacola Journal's circulation for fica

i have been used in large sums to compass uendoes, the Banner takes pleasure Second Primary Tame. I is a sly boy. Hereafter he will De of fragments either of old kilns or of Presbyterian Church-Rev. day durin'g the month of Ma. 1"

his defeat. and that the men in referring to a statement that The second primary is the tame-t, kfiown as the college girls' candy-date the fire clay covers In which the porce- I Julian S. Sibley pastor. Sunday I}I !with the average number or 'J'j; ..j ,;

::. who dominated the convention of 1904 should long ago have appeared In the thing ever witnessed in Jackson coun-j I. for governor. Isn't that sweet- lain is stacked during firing. The rivj school 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavor' daily: '
I state press: ty. Several candidates have !1 I 4:30 p. m. Preaching at 11 a. m.
were corporation servants as thorough to run Brooksville Argus. j I er bank is for miles cohered with a May 1, 5,800 May 17 5j'n
: "This statement from the over, but would I and 7:30 p. m.
as Aldrich himself the Bryan undersigned one hardly know it, it S *
18, ) I '
deep stratum of broken chinaware and May 2, 5,800 May
representative citizens of the is so qu'.et: This is the it shouldbe Near : I j Sunday school at the Stoddart Avenue
'I following is looking eagerly for a con'test" way the Finish of fire and the May 3, 5,900 May 19, 5bJ
chips
clay
greater part Mission
at 3:30
drainage district is p. m. C. F.Zeek
and the
an appeal to the candidates
p' on more even terms. are to be commended :.)>
i i This prediction from so close an observer intolerable Injustice of the We fire Tuesday evening. after sundown L,! of the surrounding country are built May 5, 5,900 May 21, '
present hope to see the day when all
campaigns -.n
a of popular sentiment as Collier's ]I- drainage law, and also a warning to are conducted in like only to toe placed on a municipal'i over or composed of a similar deposit I pie. May 6, 6,250 May 22 '
a man blaze 7 .. May 23 o : 3
next morning. The third Tuesday -S S May .
If Weekly is worth more than a them to guard themselves against the ner.-:Marianna Tlmes-C urier.C H! Chingtechen is unlike anything else I 57)
,
danger that threatens the in next month-19th ult.-will in China The forms the the Lutheran Church. May 8, 5,800 May 24,
; passing thought and it justifies the entire color 5,7)
t f' wind 9 5,600 May 25,
,
the May
up political jingling until German Lutheran
state the C17.urch-Re'f. J.
through proposed drainage Favorite Sons are Thick., materials used in,the buildings, the at- >
hope of Mr. Bryan's friends that the 10 5,600 May 26.c"a
May
: constitutional amendment. the fall election in November.. Candidates [ F. W. Reinhardt, pastor.' Sunday ,
l' country at large Js now ready to ac. Walter S. Graham Miami M. A. Nearly every county has a "favoriteson" for councilmen from the several i: mosphere, are reminiscent of the poorer school 9 a. m. No other services. May 11, 5,600 May 27. 6,'-3
who is now 'j: parts of a civilized industrial center.
being 'groomed for 12 23
5,700 May
May ,
wards are getting the required i Scandinavian Lutheran Church- ,
the democrat Marshall. up
his true Dania
cept great at Dade
2 County, Fla the speakers "i There 104 kilns in 3
hip of the next house of are large pottery May 13, 6,300 May 29 57
C. T. McCarty. Fort Pierce petitions.-St. Augustine Meteor. ; Services at 10:30 a. m. and 5 p. m.
worth. cia county. Fla. St. Lu- lepresentatives. Lest, there be none i I the town. The greater part are in use Rev. Helle, { stor. "* May 14, ... May 30, 5.*"u

The now firmly fixed conviction thatBryan "T. M. left to vote in the"caucus we declineto Possibilities cf Florida. only fora short season in the summer. S May 15, 5,800 May 31, 55:3

J '- was robbed of his election ii Biman&e, Oscsola Murphy,county E. L., Lesley Fla. Kis1 -. enter Madison's favorite.in the race Senator James P. Taliferro is putdown I During this busy season the populationof Baptist. May 16, 5,800

1 1896 and the feeling of disgust ou "'l.. O. Parker, M. B. King. W ,W.! for the speakership.-Madison New as a millionaire. This ought not Chlngteehen rises to about 400,000 I First Baptist Church Sunday Total for the month. 157,350

J t.. the part of democrats and contempton Langford, J G. King. R. Whidden, Enterprise. to be to his discredit as he began life I souls, but of this total nearly half are I school 9:30 a. m. No other services --

j the part of the whole country over IArcadia, DeSoto county, Fla. II Gubcrnatorail Timber. in Florida In a lumber camp driving laborers drawn from a wide area of today. Average per day.. .. 5,828
"Walter G. Langford. W. IL Wash- oxen. It shows the possibilities in: country, who come for the season, live I East Hill Baptist Church, 11th Ave.
I! the democratic party's ell-out in the Speaking without prejudice, the Sun Florida for the with and Chase J. W.
burn. T. M. Lybass, Fort Myers, Lee poor "boy gritenough In rows of barracklike sheds and do Stre\t-Rev. Senterfit I hereby certify that the a-3 '
tk Et Louis convention of 1904 have all]I 'county, Fla." desires to say that Dr. Crill is a to work and determined tosucceed. not bring their families with them. Ii pastor. Sunday' School at 10 a. statement is correct according: 'j riB

Sconspired to make Bryan the greatest It will be note that The Banner mighty good piece of timber to makea Ocala Banner. I Visitors to Chlngtechea pass along m. Preaching every second and fourth records on file in this office.

: :: American citizen in private life to speaks not from first hand president of the senate out of.- street after street where every shop is I Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
but
upon Gainesville Sun. The timber i all A "Safe
h. s and Sane" Victim. Prayer meeting-'every Tuesday nig'at!
I occupied by men. women and children. :
t day. "what appears to be good authority1' right-regular bean stuff and without Senator Carmack. of Tennessee has at 7:30 o'clock.

:( Collier's is right. Bryan will bet end it;does not deign to mention who flaw, but heavier material is neededfor been defeated far United States ena'i all engaged in the designing, molding, West Hill Baptist church, W. Jackson -

nominated in 190S and it might have or what its good authority is. the presidency the senate.. It tor by ex-Governor Bob Taylor painting or distributing of pottery. street-Rev. J. W. Senterft pas-

\ &one further and with equal correctness :- If The Journal has ever been "[ur- is the same stuff selected by the Sun good majority. Cannack has been a The river bank is crowded for three: i 1 tor. Sunday school 10() a. m. Preaching

t'o :, last season for the next governor of pretty good kind of.a democrat in miles by junks either landing material every first and third Sunday at 11 Sworn to and subscribed before mi
predicted! tat he will be elect nished. with TL, complete list 'of the the
and fuel the finished
Florida which or shipping prod-
4 and
the News
upon past, but he lent himself to the a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Prayer meeting this 31st day of :May, 1906.
f
gentlemen who are 'putting up' the inspection, checked up for that pur- and sane" experiment at St. Louis, and ,net, '. ejrerj Sunday 7 p. m. Special ser- PERRY DICKE.H,
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proportion of prizes in the consular,Jt is thought that the measure will become -

SECTIONALISM IN service, having thirty-seven men 1, a law. >I .
W AR'MEST T DAY f for PicnicsWe t
complains drawing salary because here.the Mr.eleven'Burleson states This bill abolishes the present park n Paper Napkins

of
commissions Chlcamauga, Shiloh,
THE enumerated in the foregoing have only -
APPOINTMENTSSouthern
have almost endless variety of napkins plan
an paper
and and
fourteen consular offices. Barle- Gettysburg VIcksburg, authorizes -
and decorated at from ten cents to $1.00 a hundred. Buy a
son thinks this is particularly unjust, general commission to
one THIS f YEARRECORDED[ bunch of each and have them on hand.
because consular officers the
I are commercial take its place. This commission is
republicans from other parts of the representatives of ''our country : '
States Almost Ignoredin country and democrats in general)! abroad, and' the' southern states to have* charge not only of these four Coe's :Boo]s1ore.;

The disgruntled republicans do Lot furnish the export articles which turn great parks, but of any historic Phone 235. 213 South Palatal Street. Pensscof,,

Diplomatic Service of the dare charge the president with favoritism the annual balance of trade in favor. I ground acquired by the United States, .- .-"" < ,< -, "" --3
in the distribution of patronage.!II of the United States. or any fort, battlefield or burial ptaos [C [

United States.NEW But the democrats have no such scru- The District of Columbia! is doing of its wars colonial, revolutionary, .-
ples and consequently are saying pretty well In the office-hunting line, civil otherwise. It will have the
some very sharp things :about inequaLity despite the fact that it has no sena- or
of representation in this important tors or representatives to press Itj 'power) to enter lmme 'ately upon the

YORK RECEIVING MORE branch, of the government. I claims at the WJaite> House. .Wash work of marking the- battlefields and Thermometer Registered Eighty- ,

THAN HER FAIR SHARE OF OF. Representative Butleson of Texas; ington has eighteen representativesin buying separate points of interest,
is one of those who has taken the administration the consular service. The New such as defensive works and points Nine Degrees But Dropped r
FICIAL PLUMS-BU1RLESON: OF to task-on this point. He England 'States, with only twenty-nine In this the commissionwill
has gone to considerable trouble to representatives in congress, have fif of view. way Back to SeventyThree.The
TEXAS, MAKING FIGHT FOR prove his contention that the president -, ty-six representatives In the consular discharge the duty so long neg-- h
RECOGNITION. has slighted a iarga.part of the service, which is another sOre point lected of preserving! the key pointsof 'frIe25c4TORE
country in awarding diplqmatic' ap for, Mr. Burleson. .- the various battlefields and of S

polntments. Mr. Burleson shows! that 3F marking the lines. highest temperature in Pensa-
while New York alone: has receivednineteen Certain spots have been picked out cola so far this )year was recordo-1
Special to The Journal.' The foreign affairs of the United for official marking already. They th i
appointments the eleven yesterday at 12:30. p. m. when Business Methods
States government have occupied lest Upright
(Washington D. C., June 9.com southern states have only hal three. include the great battlegrounds about mercury rose to 89 degrees. It .
of the time of congress this season lericksburg" Atlanta and Stone !
plaints are 'being heard from many This Is the way ih<3 south is represented dropped quickly until 3 p. m., when
than for With the exception fields sale made in Kress store. You can feel
aerators and representatives becauss in the UnitE &f;.tes diplomat.! many years. River the of Murfreesboro 173 degrees, the minimum! was characterize every a absolutely
:' of a brief, but spirited debate Franklin, Corinth, Nashville, w.lson
of the apparent partiality! that is ic service: reached. I sure when you buy that the goods are exactly as represented.
I over Santo Dom'.ngo and Morocco
The
Creek and host of others.
f shown to New York candidates for Virginia, none; North .Carols;alone;i. there has been practically no talk '"Bloody Angle"a near Fredericksburg, Storm warnings were sent out I In fifty cities of the South-Kress is a household word. It
good: positions in the diplomatic and South Carolina, none; Georgia, nom:;', whatever about foreign politics since and the house In which the surender yesterday morning from Washdn&con I stands for quality and variety of goods; exceptional values; broad and
consular sen ice. It is claimed that 'Florida none Alabama, none Misslssippi for Apalachicola, Carrabelle, Cedar
; the session began. I at Appomattox was made, are to be I liberal dealings; and above all 1, absolute truthfulness of statement.
The Empire State has far more than none; Tennessee, on'; Louisiana >Keys, Dnnnel on, Tampa, Punta
its share of desirable foreign plums, none Kentucky,' one; Texas,' This condition interest is due to the intense purchased as well as certain parts of,Gorda, Punta Rassa, Key West,I When we'say that you can buy an article at Kress' for ten cents
intense Valley Forge. Another notable land
md an examination of the records none. I aroused over the rate I Miami: Jupiter, and Jacksonville that is sold elsewhere for twenty-five cents, it is an absolute fact. Itisn't
bill It has served to focus public mark to be preserved is the remnantof I I
terns to bear out this assertion. Mr. Burleson points. out that these attention upon internal rather than Fort Stevens, near the Capitol,The disturbance west of Cuba caused probably -: because it is unseasonable or under value, either. By buying in I
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A few moved northeast ana1
years during the heightof eleven states aia represented on the '
ago external problems. Ever since the where Lincoln stood upon the breastworks northeasterly winds yester- car loads for our fifty stores from the producing centres of the world,
the
the high
administration
McKinley the floor of the.DOJW. of representatives Ii
close of the Spanish-American and watched the advance of and the benefit.
war rniddlemea
all get
Ohio offlceseekers were carrying everything by ninety-eight members, which he day afternoon on the Florida coast. we eliminate you
have been General Early's
republican politics troops.
before them. In fact so thinks, is a .bal; showing: for tha administration drifting Observer Reed in his summary of I Note the exceptional-values: t
toward foreign affairs Tie-
strongly
many buckeye politioians landed in !n view of New York'snineteen go ; ', the weather yesterday said: .. '
I that there has been a corresponding There is something of a mystery
good positons in the northern depress'on! has
government serevIce appointments, with thirty- The
neglect of internal questions which back of the vigorous and persistent
that sarcastic references were seven representatives in the house ; :i i filibuster which the moved slowly eastward and is central 9
like the railroad and insurance problems t the democrats of Monday
a. m.KRESS'
made to the "United States of Ohio." The Texas mjn asserts that never north of Lake Superior. The .
of house have been
are vital Importance to the enforcing for tae
This has been changed to the "United before in the history of the government pressure has fallen! decidedly overextreme
welfare of the three weeks. Several ?
country. I" past reason
States of New there southern Florida and heavy
York. has been suo\! sectionalism DRAWER WAIST SALE.
advanced
have for
been to
account
There in the The fact that foreign matters have fallen Key West. Showers
are ninety-six persons displayed in tad selection of our rain has at
diplomatic service of the United diplomatic and-consular: officers as at fallen into the, background is pleasing the refusal of Minority Leader Williams have been scattered in Georgia 500 daisy knit bleach drawer waists. Fancy
to grant unanimous consent and drop
States with pay ranging from $ISOOto present. to the abler leaders of the senate: from Arkansas to Michigan, in the
$17,500 Of this total nineteen are Continuing :his analysis: Burleson for his shall determination be done without that a no business -north Atlantic states and from Ore- stitch with shell crochet edge around neck and plain
quorum
New Yorkers, or about 20 per cent, finds that ths New England states The work of buying up and" mark gon ana' Washington eastward Into
which speaks volumes for the political : have all told only fourteenfen in the!1 l ing the battlefields is to be put upon:,I I being One present explanation is that the process North Dakota; elsewhere the weata- crochet arms with nickelplate rust'proof buttons taped

pull! and capabilities of New Yorkrepublicans. diplomatic service of the government,'a better basis. Favorable action has of obstruction and delay which er Iras remained fair and; high northern pressure around and on top shoulder and front-sizes 2 to 10 years.
!But the large preponderance -! and of this number the little state of been taken by the housecommIttee' the areas are over.the
democrats are practicing is to
of New York diplomatic .: Rhode Island claims four Affairs a.bill for National iBocky Mountain Slope and the
men In the I j on Military on a -]I defeat pure food legislation. It is belt. ;
service is a sore point with! New York has carried off the same, Military Park Commission, and declared that the southern members eastern portion of the cotton
weather is indicated
I 1P.arty'cloudY
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_. I are opposed to the legislation because to-night. The disturbance
section
-..- ,- I i they believe It is a violation of for this west -of Cubawill cause MondaylOa.m. .

[[.' '". .i-----__ ,_ _-.. .... i : --." the doctrine of state rights. Some of showers and cooler weather Sunday
: the chief exponents of this
theory !iwith North winds probably increasing -
are leading the fight to block general northeasterly winds are
High Kress' Art Umbrella Stand Sale
THE SOUTHERN HOTELMRS. P1 legislation. Indicated for the Florida coast from
I Another explanation is that the IApala hko'.a around to Jacksonville 25 cents
democrats are making a fair play for storm warnings are displayed:
(where
F. L_,BOWEN, PROP. the election of democratic representatives Rough Sea. With a-50c purchase, worth up to $3.50 complete
from the new state of Oklahoma state that the gulf was
OPEN ALL THE YEAR. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. ; John Sharp Williams has declared rough Bar, pilots a heavy sea running on the! and beautiful collection with colors to blend. ,

I that there shall be no "unani bar. The wind though was not high.I II
mous consent" legislation until the I I
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SUMMER RATES
SPECIAL republicans allow a vote on state- .
hood. There will be six representative FJprfda/ Pharmacists.Tampa

from the new state and if the June 9.-President Hale KRESS.. JAR DENIER SALE
Pleasant, Convenient, Comfortable. Qiyslne Excellent, j i democrats can make the voters of the 'and Secretary Berger.have given official -

Set vice Up'to-Date i state believe that their admission in- notice that the Florida Statepharmasentkal
fo the union is due to the efforts of Association and the 15 cents ,
the democrats in congress, they may Florida State Board of Pharmacywill
/' If you will call up phone 490, drop us a postal or call in person, y express) their gratitude at the polls. IAt I meet jointly In annual sessionIn Extra Special t Worth 50 cents
any rate, business in the house Orlando, June 13, 14, and 15. The
we will be glad to give you rates for either rooms, board or both. 'Js proceeding under difficulties, about Orlando entertainment committeehas

.' half of the time being taken up with already arranges? an excellent WA1Ctl KRESS-WIND.OWs"u

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Looking foralHomeSite REAL ESTATEBARGAINS L. S. BROWN & CO.. I II I- -Ia



Ji The Man With Real I ? .. .. Real Estate Loans I SToOP MOMENT



I If so, glance at the following! ; all and Insurance WE HAVE SOME BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE WHICH

Estate Sell. good places to build: -.... I WE, BELIEVE WILL INTEREST YOU. IF YOU CAN'T LOCATE
to I $1000-5 lots one block east of carline $1500-Neat cottage in good neighbor N THEM BY THE DESCRIPTION GIVEN, CALL UPON US AND WE
on Stron'g street 200 by hood, splendid shade and large
I North 12 I SHALL BE PLEASED TO PUT YOU ON THE GROUND. WE CAN
137% feet. West. -. 4 Block. ; lot. For few days only.
should not hesitate in the least regard to putting his $1000-4 lots, one block east ,of car '' $1600-For two blocks fronting 300 ONLY LIST A FEW. .CALL AND SEE OUR COMPLETE LIST.

preposition before the public at laige. That is exactly line, further south than above. West King Tract,. 6 lots _. feet on Bayou, good house and

what you are do'.ng when $1250-Quarter block 200 by 137%! on ____________ $350.00. several outhouses, wharf, all $26,500-The property known as "KUPFRIAN'S PARK," including
car I'.ne: on 16th Ave. 'Faces ? r _--- under fence, good water. This race tract dancing pavilion. baseball and shooting grounds.

south and. east. also to be sold qu'.ck.! It is a large dwelling,and-over 100 acres of land. '
10 of the build
YOU GET ON OUR LISTIt $1750-Half block ne Bayvlew Park. prettiest! bargain at the price. $17,500-A -very.-desirabe! business lot on Paiafox St., near GardenA

400 by 137% feet. A bargain. ing .lots in New City, over- $21000-Gets 10 brick stores which ( BARGAIN).
Will lend two-thirds of prices of can be made to bring $175.00per $12,500large lot (159% by 224 ft.) on northeast corner Gregoryand
is being demonstrated every day that entire satisfaction I .above. looking the Bay. I month.I Spring Sts.

is the result of deals which are inane in GOOD: I NVESTM.ENTS.$1200Two ., $20,000 Splendid,warehouse, site close $11,500-Two store buildings and one dwelling (all rented) wi'hlarge
this manner. It is our :business J to find buyers, and I small houses, East Government Several beautiful lots in. .'to R.-R. and water front.If lot, East Wright St., immediately east of union depot.

with our experience it is much easier for us to find ; rents $168- a year. of you have property for sale list $6,000-Modern dwelling, two-story, on corner lot on North Hill. Excellent .
them than for you to make the attempt. List your the residence* portion
I Good interest. it. with us. We'l sell it neighborhood.
property withPensacola $ 500-Full block of 20 lots, East mIL North Hill. Telephone 918 or call at office. I $1,500 Large one-story dwelling with 6 rooms, on East Intendencia

$ 650-Another 20 lot block. 201'Thiesen Bldg. "We Sell Lots." street.
BUY REAL ESTATE NOW.- YOU For prices and particulars $750.00--All of block Np. 66, West King Tract, containing 24 lots.

WILL REAP GOOD PROFITt .VAL.! ..
iHcDavidHyer .. .
Investment UES CONSTANTLY INCREASE. apply to WANTEDWANTED
Company
RENTS COLLECTED. MONEY U

I A. H. D'ALEMBERTE City ManaJer. I LOAN ED. -All owners of poultry to HOOTON & WATSON.Leading
f : ]know that we are agents for the eel. .
m w. i.VOWLS, President. R. B. SIMPSON, Secrstiry. LESLIE E. BROOKS Company, ebrated Conkey's Poultry Remedies'
Rental and Insurance
J.L ST1LLMAN, V.-Pres. and Gen. Manager. KNOWLES HYES Treasurer. Guaranteed to cure rupe, cholera Real Estate, Agency.

( Phone 462. FIsher Building Agent New York gape and to kill fleas, lice and mites.
Jael Estate, loans, General Investments l Also their wonderful egg produce F. PHONE 54 No. 37 5. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L." I Ii

Life Insurance Company. S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. 231 i
215 South Palafox Street Pensacola, Florida.
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HELP WANTED ISapr. : a : := : --
2-' 8 E. Government Street.
... '4 WANTED-The public to know that -

WAI\T.EID-An: experienced installment Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Flju we can do all kinds of repairing HOTELS.
collector and'solicitor. References -' float building; horse shoeing, etc. J. FOR INVESTMENT!
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WUlbotifihilo q required. Address I. X. L. G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feb
COMMERCIAL HOTEL
D.'Piin :a,",
lOjunelw. Fla.-New management; new>; ft,.
To buy 10 to 40 of
WANTED acres
; nished; free bath and sample I:> WAN'flEID-'Men $91.00 monthly made A Good Profit in surburban property close to Pensa
1 For good meals and good beds. Tra\>!l.
passing bills, tacking sings, etc. cola. Give lowest cash" price with lo A Splendid Opportunity ing men especially\ solicited.! fci-I;

Value Inside Life business. No canvassing. Con- cation. "Heal Estate, care Pensaco day. Mrs. M. H. Stanley,
per Prop
: [ I of Real EstateS .
tinental Distributing Service, Chicago This! la. Journal.. 3june2w, Buyers 29may.
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V WIA.'llffED-By a young lady fully competent
MoCASKILL HOUSE, Freeport, F-: !
WANTED' -Sober, industrious man to a position as stenographer.Can Good meals, 'good beds. Patrona
; ofaYcar solicit and collect. Good opening give best references. Address K. of traveling public solicited. Ra--s
P. O. 'Box 156, Pensacola, Fla.
L for right man. Apply to L. Van Win Irs.1.. )tcet
Block 3"68 404. 9 lots in block 'ii&is $2.00 per day. '>\: .

kle, Manager, Brosnaham Building, 373 and 2 lots in block 319, 9june4t Proprietress. 27m; ...
: Pensacola. lOjuneWtVNTED New City. Will sell all if
That Is what deal of real es
a great .WAYoung man, 32 years old, PARK HOTEL-Why pay $2 ;0p-r
and sold quick at.. ....$700.00
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tate in Pensacola is 'going to do *
) -Two traveling? salesmenin with wife and two children, wants day when you can 'get as good rou:
: some of i it is in the following list: ; each state $35 week and all traveling -
I ; On Wjest Romana street, four 5 position as woods' rider for turpen-j and bed for 50c. Coolest placeu: :

\ Half block in New City, fronting Save bothr by conferring with us expenses; business established room houses in the very tine firm. Has ten years experience.! Pensacola, and you can go out and !gn

! Calalonla! square .. .. .. ..$750 i when but to buy.REAL ESTATE. See 16 years. California Cider & FlavOr. best renting section of the References furnished. G. P. Montgomery .. what you want to eat. One block fio:
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t Half block in East King Tract, In! us about some"of,the following: ing Co., Box 1347, St. Louis, Mo. 1tWANTE7D city, with good prospectsfor Lock Box 232', Marianna. ,, postoffice. 22m.iv-

settled neighborhood. .. ..$700! Store N. DeVillier street, renting an increase in the valueof 8june2t
I for $180 per year. .. .. ....$1,500 Experienced salesman the property,-'houaes all L-;- SUMMER BOARDERS Tne Hoi i
OnE.fourth block on Toledo square,, House on North "C" street, cheap now traveling in southern territory Hyatt is now open for spring and sum
new. .. .. .... .. .. WANTED good family wishes to
New City .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$800 at... .... ... .. .. .$600 to carry on strictly commission basis!, $6000.001.I borrow $100. Good security. Can mer trade. People who wish 'o r.-:
1 an excellent line of shirts and over -- build the is the : ',
House and Hyatt p".ao
on East Ara'gon street only : up
: Lots on 11th and 12th avenues New I L'.st property with me and I. ,be returned any way desired. Address
.. .... .. ... .. .. .. alls direct from the manufacturer. your Hyatt Is the best
.. .. Hotel and mom' -
City, at. .. .. .... .. .. .. ..$200, $6501 will sell it. Aaberg, Pensacola. 7junelw* of Block 35 of the West King
98 acres of good farming a References must accompany applica- _ to-date hotel north of Atlanta; l< ,,iv
200x132 2 feet on East Hill car bargain at .. .... .. ... ..$1000 I tions. State full particulars. P. O. Tract, and 6 lots in block 36 of the tifully located; plenty to c-.it t, :s:>I""l!
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line .. .... .... .. .. .. ..$1250, Four blocks in West King Tract! Box 532, Meridian, Miss. 1. une3t MONEY at the market rate of i interest UITFJD-You, : to save time and mon West King Tract together with four I spring water; cool nights rIP.-;. ," '.-
Lots in East King Tract or West on city real estate. ey by seeing Geo. B. Ivey & Co., 520 21 houses renting for $18.a month. The
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each. .. .. .. .. .. '.. $1000 ',' r healthy; no mosquitoes; no oat; :> i
King Tract very cheap and on easy,I We have numerous other properties .! WlANTED-White girl towork in ';. 6th avenue, between Jackson and whole of this property for only $2750 I home-like place to rest: ; 5.7 n.. 1
i terms. Improved property in West listed with and it would laundry. Apply at once. New Gadsden streets, to !buy clocks an.l '
1 I us pay ALL OF THE MAXENT, TRACT north of Atlanta on L. and N. I iu.; ; 1 \.
King Tract, netting 10 per cent. on investment you to consult us before making your Method Laundry. 9june watchs. Bjunelw* D. M. Hyatt, Proprietor, EIlija\; ..
I investment.We I J. W. Bull ck ";Jr. WEST OF "C" STREET NOW FOR 19mayim.

Sea us in regard to Lake View Haven ., are in receipt of advices from 'W1ANTHD woods superintendentto : WULL BUILD HOUSES-on installment SALE.
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Property. Prettiest place in New,, the fire insurance companies represented log yellow pine mill, cutting 80 plan, or cash. You own the OLD MILL INN-On bay front. or'1

City and is on Bayou Texar. by" us "That all losses' in Cal m. feet per day. (Must,, >e able to control Room 405, Thiesen Bldg lot I furnish the money and build tht MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST June 1. Large, airy and delij! :
,, ifornia conflagration will be promptly and furnish his own labor. Ad. house. You pay monthly, same as MARKET RATE: OF INTEREST. ly cool. Good fishing, bathing :r. :.

l D. Hale Wilson & Co. paid and that THEY WILL CONTINUE dress T., P. O. Box No. 33, Savannah, Phone 161:' rent, in a short time house is your.. boating. First class table. On >
tile line, 15 minutes ride from <
car
TO FURNISH ABSOLUTE Ga. it still
9june3t .0 f'ji.J Pay rent 20 years, belongs to MORTGAGES ON REAL ESTATEIN
Phone 234 15 South Palafox INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY r ---IW.ANT1F1DGood -,_ the other man. Will also put down THIS CITY BOUGHT AND SOLD. Regular boarders and transit-si
FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE Terms reasonable. Address Old v
FOR man to work In yard Wanted wells with good pump. 2-inch galvanized -
ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS. Inn, PensacolaFla. 4ir '
pipe with brass cylinder attachment
and In house. 619 N. Baylen St. ,
Protect your home and business I 8june. will make water fly from a well MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL-Clan-" >-
against loss by fire by insuring with ,I WANTED-Young men 'and young women 40 to 100 ft. deep, and so easy a child Fisher Real Estate.Agency ville, Ga. Nestling among the nu .

r : FOR SALE to enroll with ujpfor a coursein can pump it. CQSts but little more tains of North Georgia. An ideal! p t
GIRL WANTED-to work in tailor stenography or bookkeeping 'and COLLECTION OF RENTS A .
us.ESCAMBIA I than the old dug well. All satisfactory to rest. Scenery and climate ''in-
shop. One with experience prefer for good positl! 11 New eight room house with hall, 10th REALTY CO. qualify : before you pay .a cent. Get my passed. Beautiful walks and or'
Abt E. Intendencia.
red. Apply C. 137 SPECIALTY.
: We have more calls fqr"business students
F. :II. Williams Contractorand
prices. Accessible
'Ave. and 16th St. This place has to be 365 feet piazzas. to m.n
3june
204/2 S. Palafox Street. than we can supply. Phone 900
m' Builder, Room SOS Thiesen Build of interest. No
87. 206 Palafox points mosqui
S. St.
: :seen to be appreciated. .. ..$1750 Telephone 1052. for special summer; fates, day or even- ing. Phone 802, 1 ring. ljunelin Phone Excellent table. 19maBROWN" \ !:' ,

i Lots 3, 4 and 5, block 140, New General agents for State, for Home BRANCH MANAGERS WANTED-$20 ing sessions. Pensacoia'. Business' Col. ---.,

4 .Sity.. .. . . . t. .$600 Life Insurance Co.. of :New York. cash weekly. Live at home. Experience l lege. / WANTED married couple wants a HOUSE-DeFuniak Spr'r.'
FOR RENT Good beds, airy rooms Hga '.
fit Bocks! 125 126 Petterson Addition unnecessary. No canvassing. ''
and of
'H. cottage or part cottage on water
Enclose stamp for particulars. Aluminum ALFMAN-TIn, Copper and Sheet dwtnnr-tr 1J1r-WL7flrtflfW.rLruWJtsW wtnnntnr meals; free bath and sample j' ('"
! : water front, new six room Hanger Co., Chatfield, Minn. Iron Worker; cornice work and sky- front for the summer months. Either FOR RENT-Six room house in good: ;I Special attention to traveling n '

1 house on same. .. . .$1,600 Some 3iune1m.tcvANTED50. lights a specialty; 'roofing, gutteringand furnished or unfurnished. Give terms repair, just painted. renter ran secure -! Rates $2.00per day. J. R. Br-i, ,

;. Block 63, East King Tract. .$2,600:> repairing, 315 South Palafox St. and particulars in first letter. Ad. 'several boarders if desired; if interested Prop.
Phone 5flO\ ; residence"phone 1316. dress Summer, care Journal. Ijune I I -
call and Cad
Lot 7 to 14, inclusive block 171, Laborers. Apply at Inspect. Apply HOTELS AND BOARDING HOl'Si{ i

New CIty.. .. .. .. .. ....$1,600 New Bargains once. Goulding Fertilizer Co. 27m 2junelm. ., WANTED-We want your enters for Phone Jones, 515.Manager, Pensacoia lOjunelw Oil Mill.*! Before laying your carptt or ir

1 WANTED-D. B. White wants your 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original ting, buy a supply of old new .|pa: ito
W.ANTEDr1'n'! and boys wanted to hauling and transfer work. Satisfaction designs to select from. All FOR REN"1'Iodern twoTtory house, put underneath and protect it (on)

J.A.WILSON&Co. in. learn plumbin'g, plastering, brick; guarnteed. Address 1501-N prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensacola. with large grounds, partly under five cents a bundle at this office

laying. Special offer life...seholar-. 8th Ave., or phone 981. 16feb. cultivation, located in northern sub-
urbs. For information address or FERRELL HOTEL-Sneads, F.OI: i .
Real Estate : dollars I
Agents, ship fifty easy payments:
; 1 position and union card guaranteed: II MATTRESSES RENOVATED- New WANTED-Agents to handle a novel I apply to the !Pensacoia Investment Rates $2.00 per day. Nice ro .n, ,
Lots. in alarm clocks. Apply at 502 Co. 9june good; beds, table the best. J. M I i
Salisbury Building, Room 7 City free catalogue. Coyne Bros. Trade tick furnished if desired. Guaran. ty % ,
Schools, New York, Chicago, St. Louis.ISmayly. teed. Crapet taken up and matting 6th avenue, between Jackson and FOR RENT- ottage, furnished or : ell, Prop. I 17-i--;

_. -- 8 LOTS, one block from 16th laid if desired. Leave orders at Gadsden streets. Sjunelw unfurnished, on bayou for summer. HJTEL VERNON Rates ?2 P
Ave., car line, beautiful location Green & WaUon. Phone 193. 7mar WANTED-Your stenographic work. Fine water front for boating, bathingand Special rate by week. Speciali ,

for home if taken at WANTED-Everyone'to Know that : Pensacola Typewriter Exchange, fishing. Beautiful location, near i i tention to traveling men. Freea1

REAL ESTATE once a' .. .".'...' .. .BargainENTIRE The Journal has nice, clean old papers See the Pluto Water display at Hooton's -,.I' 3151/z S. Palafox St. Phone 379. car line. Address Cottage, care Jour.!I pie room. :Mrs. J. P. Mauldin, Pi jj )
: for sale cheap. Only five cents Pharmacy. James McHugh, nal. 6June!j ISapr.
BLOCK 219 West I bundle. wholesale agent ;. ljunelm 23may. I i' ._ __ .

King Tract.. .. .. ......... .$400.00,. -a : WANTED.-The public to know that FOR RENT-2 nicely furnished'I HOTEL SOUTHERN open an ,..*

8 LOTS in block 109, West King I WANTED First-class Barber for colored I 1 WANTED-Everybody to call and old newspapers can be bought at rooms for rent to gentlemen only.''I i year. American and European p '
BARGAINStl rates. F.rst-cia i
Tract .. .. ... .. ... .$250.00, trade. Ring 10101 ring or see the Perfect Pantry. Lawhorn this office for five cents a bundle. Theyare Apply to Mrs. Hester, 420 W. Chase Special summer Pleasant and !" ,rr
respect. coir
and Blackburn, agents, 109 E. Government all clean and nice. St. Phone 1095. 2junelm!I every
23 LOTS in block 126, in West I call at Sylvester Campbell Store near street. 27maylm* ient Mrs. T. L. Bowen Prop P :r.

King Tract. .. .. .. ...$700.00. 24 dummy spit depot Warrington, Fla. WANTED-To sell a lot of old papersat FOR RENT-A. R. Blngham-has storage sacola Fla. i I.: x
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lots, Dallas Tract per lot. ,..$ 50 4 LOTS"in block 45, West King WANTED 12 or 14 foot skiff. Apply EC a bundle.. Apply at this of room for rent, suitable for fur CENTRAL HOTEL CHiPLE-0?

$ lots, New City Tract, S. front Tract, if taken at once, per stating particulars and price. fice. They are all whole clean and niture or other goods. 104 and 106) depot Large and well IIED'-I

.. .. ., . . Bargain lot. ; i. .. -... .. .. .. .. ..$ 70.00 Board and Rooms. Thos. C. Watson, 37 S. Palafox. nice. South Tarragona street. Phone 639. rooms. Free sample room. )Mf-.ds.'.

B, lots, E. Andalusia: square, on Homes and other property for sale I 27 may. all hours. Special attention to !vs"
car line . . . ....55C I,' in all parts of the city. I WANTED.-A. R. BIngham wanti FOR RENT-A nice 5 room cottageon elin'g me& $2.00 per day. J. MT.-

Phoice lots fronting Bay View I I BOARDERS WANTED-iAt 226 N. Al- OUR .IO'M'O-HQnest: weight and your-moving and hauling. He guarantees N. Spring St., with bath, gas, etc. gle, Prop. 13ma-:
:Park .. . . . 175B" 1 Money to Loan on good real estate caniz street; nice, cool rooms, good honest dealings. California Evap. all breakage. Phone 630. at $15.00. Inquire Fisher Real Estate
selurity at market rate of interest. CHIPLEY HOTEL-Can: :SfU'-ili.: !I .,
room house. E. Gadsden St. 3600; table; terms reasonable. Mrs. Dora orated Peaches, 15c per pound 2 lbs. Agency. ljune .
5 room house, N. 7th ave. 1200 I'' (Donaldson.>n. 27mayl6t for 25c; California Evaporated Prune Prop. Special attention to CThLcial : ,

6 room house E. Intendencia St 1500 Thos lOc per lbs., 3 Ibs. for 25c; fine London Money to Loan. FOR SALE OR RENT-A five room travelers. Free sample and :< .
6 room house E. Cervantes St. 1400::1 Pebley, FOR RENT One or two newly fu ."* Layer Raisins 2 lbs:'for 25c; Heinz Apple "***** *<**e>+** **'r mnnwnn cottage with :bath and gas. No. rooms. Large rooms with good' '

Z houses, N. Barcelona St. . 1900 nished front rooms; southern expos Butter per crocfc 40c. E. B. Hoffman MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody ''bor 1107 E. Cervantes street Two blocks $2 per day. 13m r:ra

!J4. beautiful home, corner, S. fronton I PHONE 559. ure; with privilege of phone. Loca & Son 57 E. Gregory St. Phone rows money from Jno. A. Hall & from street car. Apply to H. wi: BAY HOTEL.) -Open nlgat! and da-:-

car line. .. . . 2500 I, tion desirable and near 'business cen 825. 15may1mWAWTED.AlI Co., 14% E. Government) St. When In Gibbs, care of Forbes'Store. European plan. Rooms light anJ j
Contracting, house repairing; leave,I ter, 422 W. Gregory. l3maylwFURNISHED need call on us. 26maylm. clean. Transient trade solic: : J

'Orders or telephone 476 and the nmi il I ., FOR RENT-Two 575-579 S. Paiafox. Jis. S. NJcoiaa.
loi kinds or electrical story 8 rqom nouse,
Will have prompt attention. FOR SALEAll ROOMS--Centrally! work. I sell all MONEY LOANED on all kinds of with hot
cated. Best rooms in the'city; cool, kinds of electrical per- gas, and cold water, and all Prop.
batteries and other electrical supplies. eoaal property on short notice. other modern conveniences. Address -
beds. 128 'East Govelnment -
kind of real estate for sale or:, clean St. Apply % When you need me ring 345 or 955. Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. or apply 41 E.Chase street. lOmay
rent. North Hill and East Hill vacant -, 4maylm E. W. Peake, new Star Laundry building Romana. Phone 1165. ifeb LOST

'N. McK. OERTING lots. Some very choice ones at: THREE PLEASANT ROOMS to rent E. Garden. 15dec. FOR RENT-Elegant' two-story residence -JJ.rrJrLrLrflurkrt1nflflr t Wfl .,"
good bargains for homes or investment ; with privilege of light house keep. MONEY TO LEND-On good real es- corner Strong and Spring Sts. LOST-Black mare. braitf K on hr..

ing, 301 W. Chase. 3apr COURT HOUSE DYEING." Pressing tate security, or on good collateral, Apply to C. H..Turner. lOmay, shoulder. Left barn at time o': '.
Public One large loton R. R. good factoryOr I and Cleaning Club, 212 N. DeVilIersSt. at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks, Thursday mornng. Reward tor

Notary warehouse site. One water front: PLEASANT place to board on North ., Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your pat Fisher building. 21Jaa FOR R Two"very oeejrable turn to Sam .Sunday, corner H
first
stores on floor of Manhattan I
lot that a purchaser could make no, Hill ronage solicited; satisfaction guaran 1. ..
line. Address No.8
on car and Strong Sts.
LOANED all kinds hotel Corner Garden
MONEY on of and
Phone 476. mistake to buy. One 40-acre farm: care Journal. 27mar teed. Careful attention given ladles personal Baylen.:
and' one of 160 acres, both near Pen garments. Phone 1.222.WLNTEDCarrlaes 8feu propertyn short notice. Just completed and arranged in first t i
Terms J. W. Bullard. upstair class shape. For terms LOST-one lady's gold watr-h. ,
L- ---- sacola. Old newspapers at five cents a bundle I easy. particulars,I I "
Four choice brick tusine&s houses at this office. They .are all. clean repaired and repainted 28% South Palafox St., Phone 1144. !etc., apply Hooton & Watson. 29Apr fob. Monogram on fob L. FtV

For Farm Turpentine or I Ion Palafox St. for sale. Fine invest: and nice. ; floats built to order; horse SHOT: ( FOR RENT-Second story ever Linj turn to Rosenau & Geralds g::"- -
reward.
Timber Lands, ment property. Few ,choice offices shoeing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage -' UNLIMITED amount or money to loan j denstruth's jewelry store. Suitable: store and receive
for rent. Co. 27feb for offices, LOST:: --Pointer pup atwut 6 WH'r
sleeping quarters
LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall on all kinds ,of personal property. I or stor- :
Address Turpentine men, all get rich, and I Special rates to business men on large j age rooms. Lee Danlell_ 24apr'j White with liver colored ht'a :
on or have good turpentine business for W ANT .-Electric work of all kind. j spot on left shoulder and backward ;;
leans. The! New York Loan: Co., 204% FOR RENT-8roomstory :
Turner & Aymard sale cheap. 15 crops boxes plenty Let us cean! ,ycur fans:; re-air your 1 South Paiafox. :318 W. Belmont Apply to Cottage WalkerItgraham. I for return to Dorsey FtH!" ..;
round timber lease on which together .r J dynamo, do your virinj. etc. Paona' *'. A'pnl20WANTED. I 1200 N. E. St. ,,;u-: '
Real Estate and Abstract Co. with boxes good seven years longer. 570. Pensacoia Electric! Co.. 205 S.
P, 0. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs.Fla Write or call and see, schedule of Bayjca.WANTED.. .-Real Estate for sale or LOST-Pansy breast pin with d a', ,: !

property, Found rent, leasa or exchange. Your business in center; lost Monday. eih r
---------- -- -- PATENT APPLIED FOR -; .-The Merchants TransferCo. respectfully 8oliclted. J. A, Wilson depot car line. 03 Tarragona c: : '
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GENUINE GOODYEAR WELT $3 1 H. CRAWfORD At all| Druggists: :: wants your moving and bauUng. FOUND-Calico pony. For Information Real Estate Agent, 22# W. Government road wharf, or possibly atVi".' .: :

SHOES, NEXT TEN DAYS AT THEM. : MUS-QUIT.U MFG.. CO,. -- All breakage guaranteed.; B. Tfior- apply at stables at Fort Barrancas street, Room: 7. Salisbury boom. Reward for return th'" offit -

&. 0. ONLY $2.50- 11) $outh 'Palafox Street.. .JaCk&onvlUe'F.Ia. sen. Prop. Phone 978. lijuaela. ajunelm building. Phone 172. 23Jan 30mayl2
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a All kinds of real estate In West Florida are steadily and.rapidly Savannah, Ga., June 9.-The nav\l T G YATES M. D -
stores market closed today as follows: ", ,
in price and there is chance .
increasing no to lose if you invest your ,
U in it Prices have more than doubled within'the ,\vsvT..4 .5 00 i ii OPTICIAN
money three .
past \v.... ......85 toi 90 i COMMISSION BROKERS
ears. We have some nice offerings in all hinds of real estate, in N.' 4 65 306 THIESEN BUILDIN f ,

\ither large or small tracts. \\e can sell YOUR lands no matter 1!.4 45' _ _ _ _ _ _ 4'
where they are. K MOBILE.. ALABAMA.. 11 WEST INTENDENCU STREET PENSACOU FLA.
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BUTLER & SIMMONS ;J.. ,.4 15H : WM, D. HOWE, :

t .. 4 10 ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW r :

LAWYERS AND. REAL ESTATE AGENTS G.4 00 to 410 i Private Wires N. Y.. N. 0,,. and Chicago.COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS. ; 14/2 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. liKt;. t.
F...' i..3 95 to 4 05
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CHIPLEY FLA. B. 3 85 to 4 00 IN ---- i', .-

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:::For Sale ,For Sale Spirits Turpentine-57% cents. CLERKS[ ARENAMED R [ Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. : .. 4,..""I, ..;..

_w New York Cotton Market jt '

FOR SAU3-One good all-round faml' FOR SALE-A fine piece of waterfront January Open 10.47 High Low Close f Reference: First National an1* Peoples Banks. Phone 1173 I 1IDR t.., >; '..

;'v b'Tie and harness.One good One top bug.A. property, 50 feet front on West July 10. J 10.M 10.63 10.& ..................................................... r...
gntM'X( '!: new. wagon. Bay Shore at the foot of Clubbs street, August 10.49 10.63 10.48 10.50 j, I
E.: i 'ni.tr, Bohemia, Fla.. Phone 246. with a 4 room house, front and back October....10.37 10.43 10.37 10.42 N [ .. <':

11':111"1: !fl&u&One gallery has a nice wharf about 250 December......... W,4l 10.48 10.11 10.n I, ;. I .

foR oat, sulky and bar. feet long, running out to deep water l(.w York Spot.-11.20 ; !
from the front gate. For few
ness. cheap. Apply 419 W. ChaseSt. only It will be oJered at.a only $1500 days Wheat. n.''

St.___ :* cash.L.FriedmanCo.'s Apply to Jos. I. Johnson at hly-.Open M High 85 Low 83* Clot 8H Officials for Democratic Primary IL S. Mail and Banking J. U. MOCK :H.. :

SALE-Two fine milch cows with store. 5mayFORSAITvIjljllthree .
FOR Sept..... .._ ..83J4 84 82# 88Corn. ''' Executive
oim;? calves; can be seen at No. north- June 12, Designated by

\\'h:!3 E Gregory. C. B. McMillan. east corner lots, block 140. N. C., Open Hljlx Low C1... Committee. Dental Surgeon. i'J .::
overlooking the bayou and facing a
:tfJIIn" .
; I public .square ,bounded .on each side, July...........SIX 51% 53 12l4 51 61%* 61ftBeit Sift 1 Banking by mail has becme very pop- Crown and Bridge Work a SpecUlty f
'ED--IT0 sell out my hotel out- Painless Extracting of TeeUx
j by a 100 ft. street; for $650. N. Mc- -
lit and lease on house. Centrally I I Kenzie Oerting. Sjune New York Stock Market Inspectors and Clerics appointed by ular and common. Send us your sur- 28/2 S. Palafox St. .
ortK'l and a fine run of trade. Ad11 .I Democratic Executive commltee 7 and 9 Old Armory BuIJd1n). >
Opea Oloit the
-s ior particulars G. H. Montgom- FOR SALE-PoultrY farm near Big! louWk.n Pac 68 60% of Bscambia County, Fla., to serve in plus money and let it be earning you. Phone 1077.

,-rv, Prop., :Marianna. Fla. 10june2t I Bayou, eight acres under fence.I Copper........................ 108K 107K the Primary Election to be held June something. We solicit accounts of -
Good boating fishing and bathing. F. J.8.K.. IMtfAUh 181%
WANTED-To self blacksmith wood N. Howell Warrington Fla. 80=* MJLB 12th, 19M. are as follows: I DIRECTORY
and horseshoeing tools and lease on .... Precinct No 1.-J. W. Cherry, Will t
3junelw 1584! 155" -----------
t Rich, John (Henderson, Inspectors; One Dollar and I
aoubp good trade; good location. G. B.R T. 84H 84 Upward
Clerk. Joppa Lodge, No.6, I. 0. 0. F. .-
Marianna, Fla. MARINE AND STATIpNARY ENGINES B.AO UOj" 109fcle Victor Goldbach, .
H. Montgomery
i' for sale. Wonder Gasoline' MX 45% Precinct Nf. 2.-Floyd Athey, H. C. I Joppa Lodge, No.6, I. 0. 0. F.. -

:Ojunf' Engines are the simpliest, strongest: o.r.i 573i (6 Miller, J. F. Helton' Inspectors; J. A.. on which we pay four per cent interest I meets every Tuesday evening at 7:3\) .
: j and best engines on the market :"for U. 8.... 41 #>K White, Clerk.I { o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall Belmont 'I- ?
FOR SALE-JFlve room cottage on the Send U.&, prttered............. 106% 108 Precinct No. 3.-E. G. IBrewton, W. compounded semi-annually, I and Baylen street. Visiting brethren ; .
monthly payments with. gas water money. for catalogue. Ed B.&............................ OOi 2L.lr W. Fell, W. W. Kirksey, Inspectors; are cordially invited. i:
and free delivery, one block from B. Banks, Pensacola.- Phones. 1377: H.. U9LMd 1483. George A. MorriH, Clerk. -,1 Resources over two and a quarter I T. H. FLEETWOOD N. G. '{ '1 .

car, cor. 8 Ave. and 12th street, East and 577. Sjuielm .... 763 Wtf ''Precinct No. .L-J. H. Raines E. J. W. GINGLES, Sec. .;
Hill.!! G. E. Brett. lOjunelw* ... million dollars. : :
FOR SALE Herd fine Jersey dairy M 87tf 67 Padgett, J. P.: landgreen, Inspectors; I I 31jan6m. ,
I I L ... 181% 181>4 Clerk. II -
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cows with well established milk C. P. I I I
FOR ALE-L&' ( house with six rooms I route. No competition. Cows and' C&n. & 159% lli9ij (Precinct No. 5. A H Bailey, Wit. Fensacola Lodge, No 3, K. of P. ';

on East Garden street, 610 fronting business first'class condition. Apply i I N.TiO .,..140% 140 White, J. J. Shelby, Inspectors; Louis meets every Monday evening at 8 ,1..
p,o No Sale
on bay, four lots 30x100. Inquire ot S. A. Taylor, Century Fla. Sjunelm* Frater. Clerk. o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall' : .
B'D'Q........ 144 Ul
Dr T. A. LaFar, 519 Guillemard. St. 8..P Ij8) 176% Precinct No. 6.-S. R. Tate T. J. BANK !over Pou stable W. Intendencia St. ;

Sjunelw TEA DRINKERS AFENTION'1fyou : B. ..,. 26% 26 Davidson, R. >fc Fleming. Inspectors; FIRST NATIONAL Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.J. .

want a delicious cup of tea, try! B.B. 88% Ki O E. Jennings, Clerk. A. KIRKPATRICK, C. c.., -

TEA. DRINKERS ATTENTION "Our Own" Blend it is superi to any i T.O.I......._. NoS"lePann Precinct No.- 7.: W. N. Williams, B. H. HORSLER K. of R. & s ,
you want a delicious cup of tea, try I dollar tea on the market. Only 60c *. 183% 133% !H.: Hastings ;Thos. Rutherford, Inspectors OF PENSACOLA, FLA. i .-

"Our Own" Blend it is superior to any per pound. A valuable ticket in every I U.P.........__ 151% 160% ; W. E. Tucker, Clerk. I ..4k Meetings of the
dollar tea on the market. Only 60c package.New Orleans Grocery Co.I Precinct No. $.Henry Chalker, A. W.H.KKOwtM.Pre i. W.K.HTML JR.,V.-Pres.and C& h\er. Iil.' Knights of Columousare
per pound. A valuable ticket ia every, Phone 105. Jas. McHugh, Prop. Ausley & Co.'s Daily Cotton Letter. C. FHlingim. H. Odom, Inspectors; T..W, BRUT and W.N.KOBIRTS, Asst. Cashiers.DIBXOTOBST. I ? are held at their halls S ; .
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; : .a Brent. W. A. Bloant. W. H. Knowlas, W. K. Erar. Jr No. 8 West Intended .
package. New Orleans Grocery Co. 7june. New York June 9.-In absence of George Gibson, ClerfcPrecinct D. O. Brent. I' cia .
street
Phone 105. Jas. McHugh, Prop. have No. 9.-J. T. Fillingim H. ) ) on every'g' I'
FOR SALE-I have twelve exceptional Liverpool advices our markets Monday evening at .
Inspectors
7june. H. Gray J. B Hugging, ; -
lots in northeast New City in Lake''i acted independently! and the tendencyhas P M. PritchsttClerk. iftf 7:30: o'clock. An in- S
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FOR SALE-Finest car load of horses View Haven locality; the land has a been towards hardenln'g prices.! Precinct No. 10.-Rube Henderson, to visiting 4 V vitatioa is extended -

ever received in Pensacola. McMil- desirable elevaton: and the title is as The summer positions have been espe. W. T. Godwin; Ben. F. Bryars, Inspectors Knights. -.
Jan & Turton, West Intentfencia St. clear as crystal; slaughtered at $60 ; Burges Bryars, Clerk.pr.ecinCWt 1 No. 5603. J. S. JOHN B. JONES :
6june. per lot if the whole is taken. N. Me- daily firm but the general impressionthat 1L-B. M. Bryars, LEONARD, Grand Knights ,
:t C.W. LAMAR,President. JOHN PFEIFFER, Assistant Cashier. Recorder.
Kenzie Oerting. will
;I gjune a squeeze -will be attempted 'Ri J !jJW, O'Farrell, In M. E.CURMVice-Presdentand Cashier. J.W. ANDREWS Assistant Cashier. I 1
FOR SALE-Remlngton typewriter.' do very much towards preventing its ; B'ryars, Clerk. ; -
FOR
SALE-For
"Rem," care Journal. 6junelm*!i we have i in stock sanitary Ground HydrateJ purposes I 1 accomplishment. It may result in the Precinct No. 12.-R. P. Reese H, i Naomi Daughters Lodge No.of 10 Rebekah., Daughters of :.,
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K. Davis, J. TJ. YnieStra. Inspectors; THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
FOR SALE-Retail store,i Tennessee Lime in strong paper ba'gs! accumulation of an outside long Interest A. N. Kuowles. Clerk. Rebekah, meets every Monday night '
grocery 40 Ibs. at 25 at 8 o'clock in I. I
cents at ware house. A. notices about muchas I O. 0. F. hall. Visit
that fear as W.
down town. Apply A. Greenhut & Precinct NK 13/f-O. E. White,
V. Clubbs, OF PftVSACOLA. ft4. ing sisters cordially .
corner Gregory and Alca- Invited to .
i o. ojunelGt, niz. gjune '' the the average- man fears yellow B.. Strickland .J:".JS,. Porter. Inspectors DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. I be present t
Clerk
J. G. Oliver,
See the Pluto Water display at Hoo'on's FOR S.\LE-Pair spotted ponies 5 fever. fall sympathetically Precinct; Ifa., 14, F.. E. Brawner, CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. I MtSS WILLIE MRS. B. R. WITKOVSKI
The positions are KENDRICK
Jcs. Brown D. B. Reed,. Inspectors See
Pharmcy. James McHugh years old, sound and Donkey ;
gentle. unfavorable ----------:----------------------
wholesale agent. ljunelm and cart; 'just the thing for chlJ- steady. There are no exist-Abe Daniels,.Clerk. DIRECTORS. M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first and--

dren. One cheap farm horse: one good crop developments precludes the Precinct No,. 15.",T..S. Caro, F. E. Henry L. Covlngton, Frank Reilly, F. E. Brawner, third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.
FOR S'ALE-We have lot of "' ing heavy short interest Commyns /:'Whiting.. Inspectors; m.. RaSord Hall, No 10. West
a keg mule. Hinman & Hecker, Century, : much of a ,break until It has been to J. M. Pfeiffer W. S, Rosasco, C. W. Lamer, : Intea-
suitable; for flower pots and other Fla. 23may \Reiraderk., Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourJn J. R. Saunders, dencla street
purposes; also a lot of whiskey, syrup some extent liquidated. The Indications Precinct .No..''16.-B. P. Williams, C. A. M. Avery, W. ". Milton, 0. E. Maura A. G. FELL, Prea.
and other barrels, which are suitable FOR SALE-Second hand 25 H.P.. are for receipts of cotton during B. iFaircloth,.. ames. Hubbird Inspec. W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzie Oerting J. L. SWEENEY. Sec.

ior packing crockery or fish and cured boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply to July and August. tors; H. H, Bachar, Clerk.: Alex McGowIn, C. M. Covlngton, M. E. Clark. Pensacola Lodge No. 4, J. 0. 0. F7 -
New Method Laundry. ISApril The elimination of shorts will fen Precinct No.. 17W. H. Kilbee H.
meats. We buy all kinds of barrels, Pensacola Lodge No. 4, (. 0.
0.
der the market susceptible to bearish A. Suggs', Sidney Clopton Inspectors; Safety deposit boxes for rent at $$2.00 3Jt0 and $5JW the year. Private apartment F.,
and clean them. HACK LINE meets every Thursflar -
and re-cooper Sup- REGULAR -From Chip- "veninir at 7:39:; ( :
news and probably the effort to ad- J L. Hoyt, Clerk. In connection for the convenience of customers.
at the new hall on Belmont
pi} always on hand. If you need any ley, making connections with mail and Bayle" "
has in view the creation
vance prices Precinct No. 18.-;J. A. Williams, W. ,
oarrels. or have for sale ring us launch for points Andrews bay.Extra Paid Time streets. Visiting brethren cordially
any on of a higher level on which to put out J. Brewton. HL T. Enterkin, Inspec- Four per cent interest on Deposits. ;
up Phone 235 residence phone 591. teams for traveling men. Good invited. E. GREKNBLATT S.
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fines of short contracts. It will take
tors; R.,J. Bowman .cl .rk.
Pensacola Geo. A. vehicles. I J. NEVILLE, Secretary. ::
Cooperage Co., horses, comfortable Call on to hold = .
I constant buying new crop Precinct No. .19.W. B Miller, F. '
Vucovich Pres., No. 9 S. Alcaniz. or address J. C. Sinclair! Chipley,Fla. months at ten and a half cents and M. Wood, J. P. Dawson, Inspectors; w.O.v1.Live S :

Umaylm.- Telephone No 74. 28apr we doubt if there is sufficient patriot. A. J. Fillingim, Clerk. Oak Camp No.1, W. U. W, /

FOR SALE-A lot or old newspapers.I FOR SALE-Economize by purchasing -I ism in the bull ranks to create many Precinct No. 20.-G. W. McCurdy, meets In Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd i -

Put up in bundles convenient for choicest of lots on East Hill at I instances of self immulation. I MaL Martin, Jr., W. M. :McCurdy, Jr., L HILTON GRD...PB1DIUDn T.B WSkLSS.: Vioi-PaiaiDB5 Wednesdays in each month. VlSitlnj
carr>'m'g. Only five cents per bundle. $300 per lot no present need of payingI I Crop news later in the day was not Inspectors; Mark McCurdy, Clerk. B. M.BUSHNFiiL. ASBIL MANSFIELD MORENO,AS9.C.u1ltD sovereigns cordially invited. '.f .

Apply ths: office. I I $400 per lot and $750 for a 30 foot I as satisfactory as it had been. There Precinct No., 21.-Preston Pierce, Citizens national Bank F. A BOGH1CH. C. C. (
strip of barren sand. Three beautiful !-I were reports of damage by rains in M. E. Henderson, R. I. Bradley, In- LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.

CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton & sites of five lots each at $1500 for I north Texas and damage by boll weevil spectors; C. R. Vaughn, Clerk. of PensacoU Florida.DIRECTORS. _'h __ I..
Watson have just received large in south Precinct No. 22.-ClYde MoDavid, ''i
a each quarter block;; not over 100 yds Texas. Telegrams from .
supply! of the latest city maps, showing from electric car line. A. V. Clubbs. I Mansfield, La., said that farmers were W. F. Brown B. C. Jernigan, Inspec- Qe*. W.wrtrht. Korrll Bear. T.E.Welles. Biz 1!!. Robinson. L. EJlt.ie *'B. Pensacola, St.) Andrews and

all of the subdlvisons.: The maps are June. I, abandoning their fields on account of tors; W. H. Mayo Clerk. A GENERAL BACKING BVSlNtSS TIMrYSACITO _.,
official and down to date and are I this pest. If such reports concerningthe Precinct No. 23.-H. D. Barrow, W. Gulf Steamship Go. -._

mounted on heavy linen. Regular FOR SALE-Fine.hotel site; best sH- ravages of the weevil are received C. Kelly, R. X .Seymore. Inspectors; .
"nee. $2.50; special price on lots offive uat'on!' in the city for a tourist hotel this early what will they be later on H. C. Killam Clerk STEAMER TARPON.

or more to agents or real estatempn. 130 feet fronting south by 172 feet when the Insect has reached the FRANK RBTLLY, W. 0. ,1ARSOW Master
Hooton &: Watson. 8may deep on East Government street, over height of its activity Chairman of Dem. Ex. Com. FInSTCLAnP.tSSENui: ANDPENSACOLA.
We inclined A. H. D'ALEMBERTE, Pensacola Improvement Bonds. FREIuHT SERVICE
fOR SALE-RegIstered Berkshire looking Seville square and Adams are towards the short City of
Secty. of Com.
side of the winter months for -DewW1c-
street with open view of Pensacolabay a tong
hogs; best of breeding. Ask for $10,000 will buy the property pull but rather favor the long side.'ol Denomination 1000.00 each. Dated January 1st 190( 'faturing January1st MOBILE. APALACHk

Fla.'atalogue. Carl Setterlind, Chipley, lapr. the summer positions on recessions. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION' : 1936. Redeemable an. 1st, 1926. Interest Payable SemiAnnually.WE COLA CREWS CARRABELLE MILLVILLE.Sit AN.

SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE, IN
OFFER FOR
all points on St Andrew.
FOR SALE OR RENT-Two lighters: FOR SALE-Nice, clean old newspa. W.\1NTED-Young colored man for SUIT PURCHASER. And Bay I
TO Carrabstle
AMOUNTS and Apafachlcola.
one with capacity for 75 thousand ft. pers at tim cats a bundle. This of. porter. Must be clean and willing SCHEDULE

!lumber' the other thirty thousand capacity fice. .' -o to work. iApply this morning at Con-

Rates reasonable. Also two FOR SALE-Nice clean old I co4 cordia Club, E. Intendencia. lOjune. The .Peoples Bank of Pensacola B.Leave. for Moblie Fe&E&coia, AlL Bunda.r, 8:30: 9
newspa- ,
skiff' boats for sale cheap, 22 ft. long Pensacola t. -
Leave Tuesday, 8:30: -
All whole and useful home p.
fi! beams. Telephone or write J. A.I pers. at -2'- Pensacola Fla m. for st. Andrews, Mill villa. Apt
or in your store. Only five cents per t: v.
-Chaffin& Co.. Milton. Fla. SSmar bundle. Vie Both Hand*. Uc'aicola, Carrabelle and intermediate -
ON THE -- Teachers of physical culture say that points. S
HIGH LAND-East Hill electric -
nature clearly intended .For additional Information apply tj
man to
car line six lots 100 ft. front FOR SALE-Fine pot flowers. use J. R. SAUNDERS:
I b)> 137, deep, corners |700, inside Apply 1408 E. GadPden St. or phone both hands equally. Ages of habit and r-PJ'' -. E. R. COBB Pmldeat,

lots $kOO. There are no better situations 853 6-rin'gs. Mrs. J. J. .Rogers. education have given the right hand ... Gen. Frt and Pass. AgU S

than these lots. A. V. Clubbs. 13ma 'lm. power'and skill, while robbing the left I R M.,.,.c..", c.A.Et-'r: -1 .- C",'-",._ "' ''0.aw*rWholesale Pensacola. Fit

hand: It would .be, .far better, for
JUST and BeUU Dealer ia .
RECEIVED-Large saipment ol FOR SALE-Lumber 1s now cheap at many reasons ,to train both hands
imported Olive OIL Retail by pint, Joel Frater's lumber yard Steam Domestic, Anthracite f\ A I
gallon on Bay- alike, and boys and girls may easily do 0 ROUND TRIP SUMMERand
cr larger Quantity. G. Morasso: len street wh rt: Get his .
&. Co., ship chandlers anof grocers, 701 prices and so. The left hand Is just as capable as end Blacksmith f frM
South Palafox. 4oct. build you a home before prices ad- I. the right; all It wants 'is;a chance to 0floe.-No. 43 South Palafox street. Telephone sa. S

FOR""" p SALE."" i : vance, which is sure to come. ak2- assert its power. Begin by learning to Yara corner Tarragona and Gonzalez 'treats. Phones 6 and 372 CONVENTION RATES
23maylm.
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improved ana unimproved
write with the left hand; It would not 1'_
property In all parts of the city. Round trip summer excursions front l.
J W'ison! & Co., Real Estate Agents, take you long to acquire the ability toto ., _.__ all points east to Pacific coast and

Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone MAN .Jt northwest from June 1 to September
"2. 23Jan 15, with specal: stop-over privileges
will and Knows ,by the Brand. good returning to October 31, 1906.N. .
FOR SALE-Three yoke of oxen and Where and the you Kiddies< the maid the The little girl had been sewing and DRINK BOTTLEDDELICIOUS E. A. meeting at Los Angeles
Madam) spend .
log I ( lost her needle. A short time after.
cart; good team In good condi-]1 July 9-13.
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tion and working day. Price summer ward her mother found one and at Denver Colo.
every i I I I nottake"a flyer (Our Flyer) upon Elks meetin'g July .
$300. Call on or write J. A. Chaffin &' why seeing It the little girl cried: 16-21. 5
finest Summer Country In the
Co.:, Milton. Fla. 29aprlm,I to world the? Cool, Bracing and Invlgora.. "Fought you wus 'goin' to de,,den "That's: my needle! I know it's mine Summer rates to Co'orado June 1
FOR tist." 'cause it has a hole In itr-Uttle! to September 30.
SALE
Ladys saddle, extra Colorado.
ting "Naw! I t'ought I'd take this.here I Chronicle. ;Hotel Men's Convention. Portland,
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good; fine Shepherd dog; also It only takes a. day. Leave St. Louis _
brand new Century Encyclopedia and' on the Missouri Pacific at 9:00 a. m. absent treatment.NOTICE'. I Ore., June 2528. < t.
Boyhood Exerelse.Propi Use the splendid through service '
Dictionary. Address 1103 morning early you are In '
East Gads- The next t.
Dr. Nansen Southern Pacific from New Orleans
den St., or phone 285. boyhood the polar of the
__ SmayAUTOMOBILES. Colorado.Living is Cheap. Write for description .P explorer, accustomed himself to the use ; Union Pacific from Kansas

.-! am aent for the pamphlet-list Boarding Houses of snowshoes and would often go fortyor REFRESHING City or Chicago. .
Pope Mg.Co. and fifty miles on them without taking Through Pullman tourst; cars from
can sell autos The
you I etc. Woolley Sanatorium,the only Institute
Washington Atlanta, Montgomery,
from $300.00 Up. They cost less than RATESTo in the any food with him.A .
LOW United
horses States where the The Genuine has Trade Mark on cap and label. etc., and from St Louis and Chicags! .
to keep up. They can be run Denver July 9th to Hth, account Opium, Cocaine and Whiskey habits m California. S
in sand or anywhere a horse can can be cured without Tonrw Twliter. I If to
Leslie! go. meeting B. P, 0. Elks. exposure, and Write me for literature and infor ,:'" '
E. Brooks. To San Francisco. June 24th to with so much ease for the patient. Only Davy DoUdivm dreamed h. drove BOTTLED EXCLUSIVELY BY mation. f ;

FOR SALE-Ten new and second July 6th. 30 days' time required. Describe Did. I dragon.Davy DoHdrum: .dretm he drove a J. F. VAN RE.>SSELAER., :
second hand Colorado and Salt Lake City all your case and I will write you an
office safes, different To dragon? General Agent i.
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sizes, best makes at bargain prices. summer. opinion as to what I can accomplish It Davy. Dolldrum dreamed he drove a Hygeia Bottling Works 124 Peachtree St, Atlanta, 0*. !
Scarritt Moreno office East Govern. .. E, REHLANDER: for you. Ask your famUy'phyaldan; dragon. R. O. BEAN. T. P. A. '
vent 51. Chattanooga, Tenn. to investigate. Dr. B. M. Woolley. 104 Where's the dragon Davy DoUdrum
T
24mar Trav. Pass. Ask W. T. P. A.
N. Prior Street. Atlanta Ga. deame4 he drove? PHONE 587. 124 E. CHAS ST. G. ELY







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The western teams finished up

l' In. Summer Wear their first invasion of the ,eastern end CUNNINGHAM -
of the Southern league circuit yepe : -
terday. The trip was not;a pro tabI3'
\ one for the westerners; but the record THE BIG STORE.

made by Shreveport not bad. ,

': : Elegant serges and suitings The position team and entered returns the home east still in at first the IN MOBILE[ The hot Summer days are here now and you cannot

for and made with top of the ladder., The Pirates played shirts. We
fancy '
J every fourteen games in the west and won wear the long drawers and long sleeve can sup.

it ; ..:: '$; P1 the skill of the ''best American six and lost eight not, so, gorse whenit ply you with the Knee Length Drawers and Sleeveless
is known that the leaders played
t tailors. l -,' without either of their: regular cater: Was Principal Orator at laying of Athletic Coat Shirts, in Nainsook

ers and had an outfiela! r playing
Itc shot stop; in place of Bryne who ,Corner Stone, of New Jewish $1.00 Suit.
A went behind the bat to relieve Frkz/: per
little Prices and
I: s'r, ::11 / ... and To-day Graffius the, sick western men.teams are on. Synagogue.NOTABLE We, also have a tine line of Men's and Boy's Under-

:I Big ValueCharacterize their the own eastern diamonds! contingent.and will Atlantawill entertain : wear in Balbriggan and all kinds for the Summer from

play in Shreveport ,Montgomery VISITORS TO ST., JOSEPH'S -
Suit.
1-. New Orleans and Nashville in 50c to $2.00 per
H INSTITUTE COMMENCEMENT
: 4' our suits for men Memphis. Birmingham will open up >

in Little Rock Monday, 'no _Sunday =:HON HANNIS TAYLOR We have just received a line ofbnautiful Wash r/es-
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i from .
and boys. Any price $6.50 baseball being allowed in the state -
that will soon send Jeff Davis to thUnited CORDIALLY WELCOMED PERSONAL large shape--four-in-hand
it to $22.50 and prices in be-
fed many States &:Date.I .
1".' '" I Chicago continues the onward AND GENERAL NEWS OF 25c Each. -
tween. is
march in the National league and
I { Boston in the same league after losing MOBILE. For your comfort these hot:days--you will need a nice 4.
f Bath suits from $1.00 to $3.00, twenty games finally annexed. aictory. ., 1

;, \ St. Louis was the victim. soft Negligee Shirt with collar attached--you can get themat
1" and odd bath or shirts at
, i pants New York in the AmericatfUeagua= .. is Special to The Journal.
the Store" for
"Big
\ still the boy with the'grap s.
50 cents each. .. :?Mobile June 9:Lieutenant Gover-
r or' ? nor Cunningham was'the principal orator -, $1.00 Each.
\! at the laying of the cornerstone jt
STANDING ,AND.RESULTS
; the ernment new: Jewish and Warren synagoge streets, corner, Wednes-Gov- Send the boys to see us. We have a ,good line of Boy's

rr day evening. Tuesday: n:ght he madean White Wash Suits from
Southern League. I
r THE JOHN WHITE STORE Won Lost Pet. inspiring: addres3, before the Bayou f

Shreveport '.. 29 18 611 la Batre Masonic lodge. $1.50 to $2.00.
Atlanta . .... .%8 19 595 Col. Max Hamburger, Jr., Hons. Jacob -
l' Phone 225205.207 S PALAFOX D B'och John L. Moulton, RobertW. .
New Orleans .. ..28 20 583 "" '-=' "
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J Memphis .?. .. .28 21 572 Sutherland and Charles S. Saw- 0 d ?;Ji.----4- ,- ,- -- 'C, - _::' '- ;"tj-, x -x I i

I' 'ifI Birmingham .. ... .28 22 &60 han escorted Dr. Cunningham to, I
Montgomery .. .. .22 2-6() 458 Bayou la Batre, where they were I
I Nashville .. .. .20 30 400 guests of the Masonic lodge. Dr.' men, if their general reputation does I .- -.I ill 2! ---- --- ''=' --':'_ "'-U

Rock .. ',, ,, .11 35 239 Cunningham is a bright Mason !* not believe them. !

\Jl BIG REDUCTION SHIPPING NW[ I Little Yesterday's Results. word while I he every speaks move: these he makes days are and weighed every-I!' Safe, Reliable Fire Insurance Companies. j

In Monday John E. Mitchell took his
BI em phis 7; Atlanta 3. the political balance they area .
J In the Amount of Shreveport 4; Bmninghjini 2. not found wanting, and his ; Sunday school class of boys-: :when you insure your house furniture, stock of goods,
1 New Orleans 3; Montgomery 2. for governor wins him new friends,Ben Marshal', Ed Shaffer, Joe, etc.; against damage by fire you want to know that when
ced. Nashville 3; Little Rock 0. "/! instead of hurting his ,popularity. :Mitchell, Walker Howard and Herh-! the fire does come you will be fully protected If you
I Clear r I don,Smith' for 'a few days camp at have a fire policy in any of our twenty companiesthere'll ,
'HEADACHES Broofcwood Br ss 19S7 Brown, 737 Right Rev. Bishop Allen, Rev. Reeves. Point. : be no trouble about satisfactory settlement
000 sawn timber for Grimsby. South Atlantic League Fathers Lawton, Frankhauser, King,1Nolan mads of them their full
1 They the trip: on the Baldwin, Everyone paying losses: in San Fran

1j Since the People Are UsingBronio4in 428,000 Dulsie sawn, Br timber ss 1295.62,000 Harrison feet him 1- .. .. .. .Won..29' Lost 17 PetAugusta 630 Fazakerly Hill and.Father Higgins Macna-. offSpring and going over organized, a probationary ,, Cisco.
College; chapter of the Brotherhood of SL
j ber for Fleet\\ood.'Eng. Columbia .. .. .. .24 22 522
Sailed. :Macon:\ .. .. .. ..23 22 512 mara of Montgomery' ; Father Kerri-i' Andrew under direction of Traveling. Insurance, Gen'! Agts
gan, of McGill's: ; Father Filan, of St.Mary's Secretary C. P. Wi'cox! of the Brotherhood Knowles Bros
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Louise, Ger. bk. Bohndorf, for Bremen Savannah 24 .23 511 t Fire U ife, Pensacola
: Father English, of Toulman- ,
; and one .of the most impressiv'features ?
VBrookwood Charleston .. .22 24 47S ,
Br. ss. Brown for: Jacksonville . .18 27 400 ,yUle, and'Father Dunn', of Oakdale of the organization was Captain -'!' '" ".. .. .,.=-. .. ""' -I
I ] I were among the notable visitors at St. Clark's statement to the bop

: Grimsby.Poalo: Angelo Ital. bk. Bezzo for ii I Yesterday's Results. Joseph's Institute 'cbmhjencement this that, though he is- sixty years old, he'! .
w 1guest.g of Rev. Fathers Schuner has never used whiskey nor tobacco)

For Salo Liverpool.Dulcie, Br. ss. Harrison f for Fleet- (Savannah). 3; Charleston 2, (13 innings Gerlach, and Briston: .'. ,, of- St. Joseph's. in any form nor since: he has been'' *...+.+++.+++++.4..+.+....+...........++.+4.++++.+Oa
------ grown, has he used an oath nor a
:t- White's Pharmacy wood. Columbia 4; Augusta 2. IMr C. B Hervey has qu'te: ill, but expression. profane
:Jacksonville 1; Macon 1. Wo7kS i
when last heard from w'as improving Iron pply Co.
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!j' PALAFOX STREET. though her illness caused a postpone I
' Manufactured bv VESSELS IN PORT. National League Results. the ,Coden At last the Mobile Bowling Assoc'a-
lE ment of trip to planned by : Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, 1
Ilf. G. VAN ANTWERP & SON, Steamships.Federica Boston 6; St. Louis 3. her, and Mrs. }f. J.:"WiSjs and Mr. and t'on is incorporated with" a capital I FORGINGS, MILL AND, STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
Mobile, Ala.WHAT'S Chicago 2; Brooklyn Q. Mrs.. Scudamore. / stock $3,750, two-thirds paid in. The : REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all orders, *
Aust. ss, Zar, 2261, New Pittsburg 7; Philadelphia 1. (game r ; .Ii.i.' officers are; P. H. Hamel-president; 0 day or night Agents for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and
Orleans, to Gulf Transit Company. fcrfieted to Pitts uri In' eight inning 'Mr. Holmes the accomplished musi E. W. Gass. vice-president; Fred : Timber Dogs also chains of all descriptions. Office phone 123. Resi 0
R J Barendrecht, Dutch ss 2092, Hock. 9 to 0). cian and efficient organist of the Presbyterian Gratz secretary;; James G. Holcomb: ,. dence phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr.
; THE stra Rio Janiero. New York 1; Cincinnati' 1, (7 in., c'lurch: on Government treasurer; with the following Karl ******.+.ooo**+oNe 4* .+*.4**.*..o** .**..+..t+..Ot*
Exmoor Br ss Storehouse 2297, nings), street has decided to not resign that Siebert. Joseph Friedhoff, Fred Karl
f Madiera to flyer Bros. position: ,' as Ms health his'sufficient' L. Wl Bentz and Fred Pillett formingthe
L USE Goodwood, Brit. ss, 1977 Brag Rio American League Results. improved to enable him to retain it. yl board of directors.
t De Janiero. W S. Keyser Co. Cleveland 3; Washington 1. NNNNN.NIN.NI.........Oe.1.NNN..J.01.1.1111,

I John L. Ingiis Am. tug 98, Sheldon, New York 3; Chicago 1. Mrs.' Elliott W. 'Johnson' is enter-I 0
i complaining of the warm weather, if I New Orleans, to J. A. Merritt. Philadelphia 2; St. Louis 0. taining Mrs'Annie: Lessens : ANIMALS AND DEATH. WE INVITE THE LADIES :
w r you stop in my place and take a look ::Mexican; Brit. ss, 2728, Slater from Detroit 7; Boston 6. Atlanta for an extended visit. '
: at my summer offerings you can't help I New Orleans, to Gulf Transit Co. .
1 feeling cooler.Summer. t Peturnia, Brit ss, 1093 Frankland Harvard 4; Pennsylvania 0. Mr. Eugene Brisk is home from Meridian The Difference and Domestic Between: Wild Beasts OF PENSACOLA i iTo

Charleston,, to Julius Shrlen; Cambridge Mass., Tune 9.-(Pennsylvania Miss., where he was usher at Species. I
Senator Brit 5S, 3049, Pyle, New Orleans was an easy victim for Harvard the wedding of Miss .Helen Winner Animals realize i intuitively when i
{ Shirts to A. Brown. to-day, the latter winning 4 to 0. and Mr. Leo Wtellhouse! ;, death is near Most animals, excepting call at our office at any time they chose to inspectgas
Wentmoor .Br ss, 2,508 St. VincEnt -:--- ;* pet animals, who are assured cooking ranges hot plates and push button devices Y

I r Collars attached, all sizes, from 50c to Hyer Bros. Princeton 3; Yale 2. ,Mrs. S. D. Stephens IS visiting her of what one might call a Christian j for lighting the gas. .*.
,
:.7 'to $1.75. Full line Nainsook Gauze. Princeton, N. J.. June -Princeton sister :Mrs. E. J.. Adams, in raga burial in the back yard have 4
prompt
scored 3 while Christian: where Mrs. 'Adam has a
Balbriggan and Lisle Underwear from ShIps runs Yale' could. extinction and flowers to look I I I REDUCED
no PRICES ON GAS
!I. I Canara, Itl. gfiip) 1495, Repetts, Genoa only muster 2 scores. house, party of relatives.Mr. i
EOc to $5.00 per suit as thin as tissue to Master. forward to, for haven't they often

i ,paper and wear like iron. Harvest Queen, Brit ship Forsyth, Art Above Nature and Mrs. Adam Glass are now come across the bones of their once o. Make it cheapest and best for lighting and cookin'g pur ..
i Everything else to match in price Rio Janiero: to order.Nordstjernnen. Art is one of the greatest phenomenaof in their'summer cdttags tor tne season loved mates slowly whitening under poses. (Money saved is money made.
though }Ir. Glass will be in the i
"ind' texture. Nor ship 1,635. our world. It is one of the most the Ulnc of heaven? i
Yours, Iraksea, La Guayra to W. S. Keyser serious of things. Nature has no art city frequently.Hon. beasts
& Co. Savage actually "prepare"for :I Pensacola Gas Company :
Nature 'is grotesque and weird but
death with fine
t Barks. Hannis Tay'or! ; of WashingtonD. a composure un
Antigua Nor bk 1348, Ferguson art is ours; it is human.. Art means C., 'guest: of his w'fe's: mother, Mrs shadowed by any possibility of subsequent
JOS. anything. A system of philolwphy is i Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. i
COLEMAN New Orleans to A. Zelius. i. William A. Lee Baron, 'is being: cordially "will contests." So called N
De-gregorl ala-Botto. Ital bk, 1294.I as much art as beauty in sculpture and and sympatheticaly welcomedon : domestic animals, while not showing ...N......................N.....t 4....$.......$
Genoa to Rossasco Bros. rhythm and cadence in poetry: Thereis all sides -llr. Taylor was called,
212 S. Palafox St. King Malcolm. It bk Gufl, 1233 Ge- the art of living the,art of meeting to his old home by the death of his. the fear characteristic of their masters -
i'oa: to Huges & Co. people. :No bird gives real music. The brother }Ir. W. C. Taylor. become, strangely clinging and
----- Luisa, ItaL bk. 1591 Montano from finest nightingale sends out only weird dependent and seem to dread separation
.; ,...-- 4331L'' -- !' ._. ;tMm' Nolloth to master. tones but it isn't music. The,only mu The fire department was kept on a from the human beings to WONDER GASOLINE ENGINESThis
Lake Erie, ItL bk., 928 Efigan, Bas- sical sound in nature is, the sound of run for its money Tuesday by four whom they are attached.
1 som to Master. i calls between 11 and 2 o'clock. None,
water from Art is
dripping a rock.
It is natural for most wild animals
Monrovia, Nor bk, 1449 Aase serious but from Box: -
Hamburg the
r' It I Involves I to order. bypernature imitation nor, antinature.rivalry but It somethingwe is neithe?i i proved 14, about 1 o'clock, gave one everybody a I Ii j to die in combat> with an enemy Cut Shows Our New 7wo.Cylinder

I Port Sonoclan. Uruguay bk, 1112. give to nature.-Dr. EmU Reich: i scare. Several bales of hay and some|| and while the combat lasts
Ferres Mentevideo to German American I corn in the shuck were destroyed in'! there is hope of
I''j I escape. Three-Horse
Lbr. Co.Precursore. Huston's' Power Engine.
No MoreL I I a warehouse at the rear of When number of
a elephants are
Ital bk. Schiafflno, 1508, stables State street below Rojal,1 i.
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Genoa to Rosasco N .N shipped a.stong structure is.erected
r J Bros. I' originating: it Is believed from a discarded
> Spero Nor. bk, 623 Bostig Las' ) | cigarette. The nearness toy: on deck, and there they are stabled,
Effort I Palmas. i i the cotton warehouses caused scare J chained by the feet. In an emergency
I L ; : Sterling Nor bk, Ellepsen Lablta as the fire looked bad but the fire)I they could easily walk away with
Bay to order., : boys conquered it in time. I
Schooners. .: their chains and the deck flooring,
and but comparatively h
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little more expense to get Donna Christ:na, Am sen, McLeod. : ,.. Mr. and Ms. -D. C. Laws. Jr., are in throwing the,,stable aside if it offered r f

.y : a first class suit than it 165, Belize. ': Nashville Tenn., 'where Mrs. Laws is,, any impediment to their progress, ,,
; does to get an ordinary, Barkentine. matron of honor at the wedding! bf|! as was shown in the case of the sinking

1, unsatisfactory, everyday Hubert Fuller, Am barkentine 679,Ii 11 i :Miss: Johnie Mae Law and Mr. Clark of the ship Agra some years
; I sort of a garment It's Nash Port of Tampa to C. W. Olio : Smith, of St Louis. since.Thje Agra was swinging at I
f' merely knowing what to .1 i
Yer. ; -
3 !get and where to get It I ", ,---- M'ss Lettice Clark of this city; has j anchor: off Ceylon preparatory to
( : : been a feted guest of Miss Clenenj j her journey to America when she 1 '
I Some Word Beginning With H. I tine Marks in Montgomery. fair. j sprung a leak and quickly sank. The {

Your Most persons aspirate the initial let- : elephants set up a call, but there .sJ
Iter of "bumble" nowadays and write Mrs.. J.: Leslie Taylor have}
The greatest enemies of fowls : and I :was no despair in the noise that fol
I "a humble" just as they,write "a hum returned from, extended visit in
T are mites. They hide in the I lowe It was the businesslike
; bug" "a humming bird." But there : New Orleans. '
1 Summer or cracks and crevices of the,roosts -
sound of crashing timber, and before -
(I' are very IIl3.ny"who: would not"natural and houses and at night;attack The Mobile I the Agra.had reached bottom a
Iy sound an h in "bumble or in $ the fowls in countleflfa numbers Council of Jewish Women
I "herb" "hospital," 'homage," or even bite through the skin; "aidJ closed the social season with a i herd of elephants were swimming
Suit ; humor." Before the nineteenth century suck the life blood of the flock. : literary musical Monday night at the: to Ceylon.

nobody did though it is clear that surpassed residence of all Mrs.previous E. E. Richards that The : JL.Jules Gerard, a great French THE', ENGINE OF FEW PARTSThis

'Will be well bought If you the aspirate had become regular by CONKEY'SLICE hostess Mrs. Richards,programs.Mr. Thomas studept of animals, tells of a lion \ '
get it here. We can I ''David Copperfleld's" time, from the I i if Halliwell Miss Rose Holberg, Mrs. :which, having fallen into a great is one" of the most compact, and lightest engines of its power: on tM

dress man and boy equally fact that Dickens harps on Uriah Seymour Forcheimer MrsJacob Simon ditch that had been dug for him, re. market.
,> ,well. The prices range Heap's "'umble." The insistence on -i:iJ Mr. Curjel and Mr.. Kohn. contributed signed himself after several ineffectual The simplest:engine on e rth., Only one-third the number of part
from $6.50 up to $18 and the h is comparatively modern; mediaeval delightfully to' an audience found in Other engines.
,' ., $20. Any way see our men' not only said "abit" for i ii i, composed of. members, and their efforts to escape. He heard Two-cycle, three-part, jump-spark no valves gears, etc. Ignition by j:11J: ;
!;- Suits before buying. "'habit." but wrote it BO and the Bible LIQUID : friends. the cries of,delight l of the men who spark is far superior to al other methods owing to its more positive: : act:on,
has "an Hebrew" saw him' trapped. He understood least liability to .disarrangement, and what is most important, it furn,si! *'

painted on the roosts will uick7 i :Miss Carmelite Johnson has returned that he was lost-that he was about the greatest range of adjustment It Is siinplier and more economical. a 5
, from a visit to relatives in Biloxi, to die and defense- batteries will last twice as long with the jump-spark system as they do wru
Just Like the Little Injun ly and effectively rid your an,ignominious the make and'break or contact: system.
Teacher-How commandmentsare fowls of the pla'gue. Miss.: : less death.
many :
2 Considering; efficiency i workmanship and material. we have the lowe-t-
there Sally? Sallys-Please, teacher A But it was'his way to receive the priced outfit on the! market -
: Messrs. Sol Newtrick, H. W. Pros-
ten. Teacher-Suppose you were to. keur and J. Jacobson were: the committee injuries that ,were to come to him Insist upon having your new launch equipped with a Wonder Engine-
H. O. ANSON break a commandment (Impressive of arrangements for the F:delia without sound of protest. After If your boat builder cannot furnish the "Wonder,." we can fit you out witha
pause.) Sally-Then; there'd be nine. i launch complete with a New Wonde
j r Eng'ne.:
F. S. MELLEOCO.r Club s bay party to the Jniddle light taking a dozen bullets without move 6
Punch. Tuesday night. had Wondr Marine Engines I1to! 24 H. P. Stationary Engines lh to
a jolly
l EveryiMIy ing he lifted his fine head with a1 H. P. Send for catalogue,
CASH CLOTHIER f'Owat'd
: g time, enjoying good company, good
Tp.KediJ Phone 334. 'i music choicerefreshments and the majestic movement to cast a look of
-I saw'a picture up at the exhibition Z brightest scorn: on the Arabs who were aim
Corner Palafoi and MaID.L of a cart drawn by a donkey- $ Pensacola, Fla. t moonlight----0'eve. '. ing at him their final shots. Then ED ,; B. DAVIS
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'Greene-Yes';" If was.; I'drevr it-Yonkers -- ., Captain Clarke of .the sternwheeler he lay down resigned to death. ,

.[' Statesman :..111.tM1NN.NN1.11Nht. i Baldwin, is a rara arts; among boat- ; PENSACOtA\: FLA
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;pen which any set of puzzle % 'Ittti I \", : I.., ::_ ,
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The puzzle editor always makes HELLO: / .

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ness and has no serious object'on cR )
to a little clean dirt but last week SEi .
there were several! so dirty the editor 1 3 Ak' ct4'( ;
burned them without examination.This )
week twenty thre "Answer lt .9 r y kJot
Coupons" received were absolutely,
filthy and were destroyed, unopened, 1 i ,I4 .
My heart aches for litt'e' children
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permitted or reduced to sending in Ll
answers ?n paper that is. two odorously -
impure to hlndie and I would 0
be tempted to risk a great deal for. .,' :<. ..... ..
any of the puzzlers, for I am deeply -.;
interested in every one of them, but 3 ".
-everyone of the enve'opes! thrown ,
away was addressea' by a grown per
son I am sorry for even them but ,
I draw the line at filthiness and TO THE BOY OR GIRL WHOSE NAME IS DRAWN FROM THE CORRECT ANSWERS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE BY NEXT THUSDAY, NIGHT, THE JOURNAL WILL GIVE A SILVER DOLLAR.

l brt>after positively will not open anEn'I'lope. THE BOY OR GIRL WHOSE ANSWER IS DRAWN SECOND V/ILL BE GIVEN A BOX OF HUYLER'S CANDY WHEN CALLED FOR AT D'ALEMBERTE'SFIHARMACY.: .
nor unfold a coupon that is
no'\ reasonably fresh and clean Particularly -

if it comes from a grown 8.-Tulip. Julia Johnson, city; Marie Christie,,, :Wells; city; Benton Gilmore, city; Lloyd M. :Blumer, city; Clara Stokes,I Marguerite Anderson city; Stephen; Fla.; John Purdy, Jr., city; Bverari
Pf rson. 9.-Ross. city; Katie Christie city; Mabelle) Arthur Wilburn city; Jennette Fa- city: ; Clarence Stokes city; Olga i Falk: Klein city; R Preston Ferguson -i Rauch, city; George; B. Soto city;{
The Winners.The Forgetmenot.. I Aierritt Muscogee, Fla.; Glaa'sBell. : rine city; Bell Murphy, city; Ruby Thiesen city; 'Katie1.. Hartman,! city; Gwendolyne Buckner, Ash-.:Sylvia Kahn city; Teddy Muldon, Ba-
first answer drawn from the, Correct Answers Received. i city; John I. Walker, city; Rebecca "Wilkinson city; Amelia Cravens, city; C. A. Rules Jr., Mobile, Ala.; Tills N. C.; Edna Horton Grey, In, you Chico; Frank Barbare city; :Myr-
correct coupons was that of H. H. Correct answers to the Flower F. Fondebila city; Eunice L city; Lilla Lowry, city; Mozella Cravens Edo Swaine. city; J. SwaIne Riera, dianapolis, Ind.; Mabel Ritchie city; tis Langston. Chipley. Fla.; Tel
McLMlan 805 East Jackson city; Picture puzzles were received from Fernandez city; Frank Bond, city; city;; Julia Alfman, city; Stella city; M. Swaine, city; Lucy Swaine. Katharine H. Anderson, city; Leona i Langston, Chiplej, Fla.; Victoria
and he is' entitled to the dollar when I the following! bright boys and girls: Elmire Bell city; Annie R. Pfeiffer, Reinhardt, city: C. Hobart Barrow city; Willie Rowland city; M. Julia Gagnet city; Maud Gagnet, city; L.i,I Montanan DeFuniak Fla.; Ethel
ever he calls for it at The Journal James Aylward city; Dora Thorn, city; Tony S. Johnson city; Lee city; Pebley Barrow city; Fannie Pfeiffer, city; Eddie M. Frenkel I. Strange, city; Robert B. Smith city; :,:Reel, Cresrview, Fla.;Viola Harrison
cfficThe : city; Ethelda Clark city; Theresa ,Burton, city; Ernest Wilburn city; Gonzalez city; :M. Newton Diden city; Clara B. Frenlcel city; Clara H. St J. Wienholtz, city; Lettie Martin .i,|I Milton Fla.; John Oliver Semmes.'
second was that of Miss: Ethel Salangano city; 5 correct and well Elizabeth Sigari, city; Anita Girl, Milton Fla; Maidee Hooton. city; Pebley Pepper city; Willie Beasley,I. city; Clarence Martin city; Per-, city; Loneta Harris, city; Viclo'Walton )
McDonnell, Escambia Fla., and sheis written answers no name signed; city; John DiLustro.' city; Artrid An- MKauffman, city; Lillian Touard,I )Milton Fla.; Mary Eloise Moneway. cy M. Armstrong, citr; Isabelle;! city; Beth Walton, city;}
mntled to Mr. D'Alemberte's Gertrude March, city; Susie: Kied derspn, city; Tom King, city; Charlie Wlarrington! Fla.; Harry R. Gibbs, Milton, Fla.; Hal Laney, city; William -i Schusse, Mobile Ala.; Eva D. Hall-j Thornton Persons, Warrington, Fla.:1!
pours OOof:: Huyler's candy. irger city; Ola Padgett, Escambia: Delmar, (no address) ; Fritz Wil city; Cecil Smith city; Minnie Cecile i Gentry Miltan. Fla.; Lillie May : mark, city; Violt IScamitz, city! ; I (Alex :McDonald! Naval Hospital\;
The answers to the "Flowers in Fla.; Nelie Glackmeyer, city; Leon burn city;; Arnold Sara, city; Bridget Brown, city; W. Effie Suggs, city: ; McDonald: Argyle Fla.; Harry Port-I Louise Dubuison city; William Har-''Warrington; Agatha Scharf Quincy
Jars! Garden" puzzle pictures pub Coker Atlanta, Ga.; Mozelle Coker, DiLustro city; William Lee 'city; Nellie England ((282 E. Gre'gory' ),I ler, Montgomery, Ala-jj H. H. McLel- gis city; Juanita Simmons Chipley,;(IFia.; Emma Peake, Little Bayou;
l.ishrd! in The Sunday Journal, June 167 Magnolia Atlanta; Damon Coker, Nell West, city; Andrew Brown, city; Angus McKinnon, city; Patte Ian Jr., city; Lillian S'cbmitz' city; (\iFia.; Bessie L. Ferryman, Crestview Esther Thatcher. Roberts, Fla.; C. J.
I, are: :Atlanta Ga.; Rosalia E. Sellers, city; city; Frank Colvin, city; Gallic Co-! Gray, city; Virginia C. Walker, city; Camelia Schmitz, city; Annie Mooney -, !1-'Peony, Marvin Johnston city: ; Edna Chaffin,' yin, city; Eunice Gerson, Fishervilie; 'Marie F. Jones Warington, Fla; Joe city; E. S. Bonifay, Jr., Muscogee' city; Ida Mallory, city; Mari' city; Sadie Bernstein city; Hazel Ja-
"f'hrysanthemum." Warrington, Fla; Charles Hogeboom, Hilda Hallmark city; Roleand Bry Hirscher, city; Mildred Brown, city; Fla.;'Catharine McDavid, Foley Ala.; garet Louise Drennen city; Jean!, coby Fishervilie; Judith ''Maxwell,
<> -Daisy. Chipley, Fla; U>pie McKinnie city; city; Esperidon Borras city; Gera- Mary Vic Boyle, DeFuniak Fla.; I :John Frenkel city; Ruth OTHara I Neel. Westville, Fla.; Nathalie Robertso'n city; Man Brown. (S. Adams), city; '
4. H.xacintn. Elsie Burres, city; Clara Wiley, dine Borras city- ; Indelithia Borras, Ula Padgett, Escambia, Fla.; Lillian city; Angela Scarritt, Big i'Rayon; ,I! Warrington, >Fla.; Russell!I Charlie Brown, (,g. Adams) city(
5 -Pansy. Hammond, Ind.; Wesley city; Jesse S. Walton city;' Anna Suggs city; Claristea Hontos, city; Charlie ':"Soderquist city; Tom _I Robertson, Warrington Fla; Florence Irene Perdue city; Leona F. Mur-
6 --{;eranlum.1olet. city: ; Arthur Johnson city woodland'j; Henrickson, city; Will Sam Barrow Ashton Brosnahan city; Leone ((115 W. Intendencia) ; Ethel McCon- Drennen, city; Bertha DaVison.j
7 -\ Johnson city; Willie city; Malcolm Moyer city; Nora I Blumer, city;. Althea Blumer, city; nell Escambia Fla.; Ollie Padgett, :Milton Fla.; Bessie Davison (Continued on Page Fourteen)

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Y. Cyuthy, is Oorge Trim- no great store by George Trimble." eyed peas." I only daughter was a close second. early autumn.In Trimble's house and found him "See here George,"where did you
"SA ).ll' romin' over here tonight "Do you know anything against "George got it very cheap and he II He had hc ed for an allrance betweenher due time the specimens were git that there corn? he aled out
!" him father? His habits and character says he knows how to make it as and Fred Fenton the son of a carefully gathered and sent in chargeof before bidding him goodd&y..
"Yes, pa." are good aren't they?" productive as these bottom lands" :. prosperous neighbor. the hired man to the agriculturalhall "I raised"It, Mr. Morrow."
John Morrow knew that when his she said enthusiastically. But Morrow had, as he thought, of the county fair, some ten S "Where!
"Seems" to me he comes. mighty daughter addressed him as father she "Now Cynthy, that proves what I made a fatal mistake by sending miles away. John Morrow, havingno "Here on my place."
:t'n.
was taking the matteV seriously. said. He's chock, full of howtodoit i Cynthia to boarding school. After her interest in the races and other at- "Got any more like It?"
c'o
"Onl-. onCe t week j-a." "Know anythin' agin him?" he re- but he ain't never done it Fit graduation she seemed to care little tractions at the fair, did not go over George took him across e me:dow
peated, "well, I can't say as I do, fur Why I kin raise four times as much : for Fred and the. other boys of the until the last day when the awardsfor ? r to a small field of corn some distance
as good behavior is concerned. But corn or oats or wheat or any thin' on neighborhood. farm products were to be made. d from the highway. The eta farmer
then a feller can't live on good behavior this bottom land as he kin on them A few months after coming home An accident on the road delayed was dumb with astonishment at the
nor love neither.' Cynthy, hijlsIf) I can't I'll give him the from the seminary she paid a visit him so that he" did not reach the sight of the!: fine ears. FlosJI ho recovered -
though young people nowadays seem whole blamed outfit." to a school friend up in the hills, and grounds until aflsr the judges had himself enough to ejaculate"Wen :
Mm
to think so." John Morrow had a section of as had there met George Trimble who. rendered the decision. He had won I never! I can't Ulievo my
i "But, father, George has a good rich ]land as could be found in the was fresh from an agricultural school. first on wheat:and second on potatoes own eyes! George how the dickensdid
education, and you know. he is not Missouri river bottom. For centuriesthe The ripening of their friendship was but was very.much disappointed be- you do it?"
lazy." river with its occasional overflow the occasion of the conversation cause the prize par excellence was ''
"In the first place George begaa
"Now Cynthy, that's oneof the had been spreading a deep rich loam above. wanting-that on corn. He had with enthusiasm, "I got somo seed
-t { I very things I've got.agin him his over the level lands below the bluffs. r During the.months following this taken the blue ribbon on this product r from the !arc at tho college. It It
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I goin' to college!" The owners of this "gift of the river" conversation with her father, Cynthiasaw for several consecutive years. scientifically! selected and! will! yield
)/ "But it was to an agricultural col- had only to tickle the soil to obtaina litle of George Trimble, partly Immediately he began to look 25 per cent more than ordinary seed.
because of Morrow's coolness towards about in an excited manner for the
t ,/ lege, replied the daughter. bountiful harvest. Then I !Inoculated the ground."
k 11 "Don't make no difference..I say if These good fellows laughed at all him, but largely because he was very winner. He soon caught sight of the "
a feller wants to learn farmln', why, "farming methods" and chaffed their busy with his theories and his new ribbon across the hall and rushed "Did what? askes the stupefied
Jist farm, and, not :go_ off. somewhurand neighbors who were trying to farm. over to Investigate. At once he noticed listener. "That sound mighty" like
listen to another feller who don't "squeeze a living" out of the clay The smumer was ideal from the that the stalks were not so tall you was taikln' of smallpoi. .
own a foot o' la"Bd,'tell how-to do it. farmer's point of view. Sunshine and and fine as his and remarked about x "It isn't very aay to explain,"
CYXTHIJk MORROW. Writln' books about farm in', and tell- hills.These patient toilers, it is true, shower followed each other as opportunely -. it. E r ,ys George went on, "b"!! it IB fc process
in' how to raise corn and hogs is one occasionally turned the, laugh when as if they had been at the "But see" said someone" at his. { J we learned last year at to agricultural -
}
thing but rolling up yer sleeves an' the angry river rushed out of its beck and call of these 'toilers of the I Is side "how fat the ears are! college. It CDibfoi the soil ti
"Well. It's a right smart: ways he gitttn out an' hustlin is another." banks over the level lands and drove ?il. John Morrow was sure be could He was forced to admit that he i draw right down oat of the fir what:
has to come, an' I leckos he ain't Seeing that it was useless. to argue the proud owners to the bluffs for sue his corn grow and hear the wheat was beaten. Then he'put on his spec- i is necessary to m! k* \he corn grow."
eomin1 Jist fur exercise." this point Cynthia took another turn safety.On build up its tall, graceful heads. I tacles to read the names of the win- "Well, It beats my itee!" said tba
Cynttia Morrow) wns silent. She "George bought a'farm last week. this fat land John Morrow lived Long before the season was over ner. To his astonishment it was old man, nodding tJ* bead thought!
knew a storm was brewing, but saw "Where?" .I and prospered. As a rule, he had the he sought out the finest hills of potatoes George Trimble. fully. Then he pat his hand klndl/
no way to avert It. "Upn the bills! Dick Dalton's biggest potatoes, the tallest corn, and the longest heads of wheat, Later In the day he put his car- TRIMBLE LOOKED THE COLLEGE on the young fellow's shoulder.

"See bore Cynthy," continued the place." the finest wheat shown. at the annual and the thriftiest stalks of corn, and riage in charge latter's_of horse his farm and hand rode, MAN MORE THAN THE FARMER.: "? .y, George. hitch up y" hoi z: .
snifed John Morrow. county fair. encouraged them by special cultivation took the
father "there ain't no use beatin'sound "That! the hills. A little and'we'JI rida over and tell Cjnthp
worn-out ol' hills ain't His broad acres were, perhaps, first for they were to represent his I around through
the well them about It"
bust:; I might jist as "Why to "doing the chores. ,
became George up
in his affections welfare of at the county fair ia to* I Ip before. sundown up .
to "raise black- but the prowess
tll-1'ou nct all that doa't !
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l Will Make Two NEXT TUESDAY'S PRIMARY i You May Entertain j




KIDNEY N ESPAPERBULLS r LIFE SAVING to Are-Enthusiastic- Over \< -\ Friends at Luncheon I|



SUNDAYBoat 1
for Popular Legislative i On your gallery having all the cool breeze of the ouo<, *

Leaves 10 a. m. and doors, and yet be unseen by those passing by if ;.;j :

Candidate. : have t


SHARP. :M. Coston, who lacked only :s: ; Vudor Porch- Shades .I

CUREBlad Breaks t tnat Were Directly Charg of having a majority over .
t
his five opponents in the first They let all the air in, and keep out the sunhsine. Y'-u $

a .tot the ComposingRoom is now one of the three can i may see out, and those on the outside cannot see ,a. *
{ for the legislature inTues- Rw (Put up ready for use fI

der Diseases in Force.An We have just secon primary. v
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Form- Many People Every very fine stock and Cost lawyers n is and one of he Pensacola's is sure to i I $3.50 $4.50 and $6,00 j

liver orders promptly TalualKe! : legislator. He is ,
Have Kidney Trouble : old New York newspaper man, I II with the laboring clases, but *
now turned farmer, kept a scrapbookin 'I amount. I also'strong with the business According to size. Call and see them. 4MARSTON
and Do Not Know EL 7tl
which for years he pasted hun and his friends believe he i
dreds of the typographical blundersand \ Telephone 363. a practical- unanimous! vote & QUSMA \
HOW TO FIND OUT.
Tuesday. ,

It is the function of the kidneys to filters but other sometimes errors that amuse always, newspaper annoy,::1 J SEWELL'Wood voter for will have the privilege n i 108/110 S. P lafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. i

and purify the blood which is constantly writers. A few selections from this and Coal on the two ticket'and of the three it is candi-confi 111e1NN.......... .....................NOe NINI/I
' here to show
passing through them. I collection are given 'I believed will
Mr. Coston
I that vagaries of the types_and blund that
When the kidneys are out of order the i
of
which writers sometimes make the two votes on every.
other organs are affected immediatelyand I when ers driven at top speed may be\ --- CHAS. M. COSTON.

you may have symptons of heart t I compared favorably with some of the HENRY D. I. A.C. E. L.
'trouble, stomach and liver trouble, and current humor of the day. It was I
Other ailments,which are all owing to the 'j! a New York newspaper which an-i! i ...................H4 .se1111e1....4.1e..,444$1e

kidneys being weak and out;of order.If ;' pounced that "A long lins of scorpions -| IN I THE i i
feathers" filed into the church I Badly Mixed Up Issues
are sick Foley's Kidney ,
you .
'instead of "surpliced fathers. A Something New
I
Cure will strengthen and build up the Y
journalist once famous under the,,
worn out tissues of the kidneys so they press name of "Gath" wrote a Fourth j jt WELL KNOWN I .
will act properly and the symptons of (t of July article in which he told with, DIDATE 'FOR COUNTY St. Petersburg I Independent. : PROTECTS BOTH YOU AND FAMILY

weakness, heart, stomach and liver I fervid eloquence: how the effete monj -, ... ..... 'I. .
SIONER. .. ........... Ne1NOe1 NIIelewellNNe
trouble will disappear and you will be j archies of the old world trembled in i' \ Caho A. Redditt, Manager
their boots when they read the immortal -!

restored to perfect health. I declaration penned by Thomas i t al alfew three millions of state lands; ers from it stand in the same position

How to TellU! You Han Kidney Troubh. 'I Jefferson. "Thrones reeled," he be-i Henry Clopton, who which if dra nal': properly'!i with other citizens. Nothingcan
You can easily determine if your kid. t gan a sentence, and next morning he! votes of having a ( yield to the commonwealth bring the murdered man back to FIDELITY MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO

nee are out of order by setting aside for wished he hadn't, when he saw in cod; | two opponents for county I his family, not even the death: of the
I for else aj
to come, or I
.24 hours bottle of the urine type "Thomas reeled. ; er in the last primary, will! years murderers; and the family have no CHIPLEY FLA.
a passed I A daily newspaper up the Hudson: ticket! in next Tuesday's !!, attempt to drain, which would I more to do with it than any other ,
upon arising. If upon examination it is I reported the speech of a Fourth of his friends believe he 'wi' in the wasta of hundreds of 1; citizen, and every citizen has a right,
cloudy or milky or has a brick-dust sedIment July orator who had something to say nated by a:1 y devi=iv : of dollars of taxes, the In! and it is his duty, to demand that S. A. Ogburn, Special Agent
or small particles float about in it, about the -fiat of the Ahnightly." It justice may be done, for the sake of
that
regrets to see some 1
I kidneys are diseased and got into the paper "the fist of the the men! who have not been murdered MILTON, FLA.
your FOley'sKidney ..,\() and newspapers of
Almighty. Tae Winnipeg Timeson and for the women and chil-
Cure should be taken at are issues pretty
once. mixing -
the death of a reverend gentleman, up, I dren who have not been deprived of
Foley's Kidney Cure pleasant to meant to say, "The death of the prelate I their husband: and father hand of the
has New Firm New Goods
far
worst sample so
take and acts directly upon the parts i l ," but printed "the death of a p-i! t very I assassin. Protection, not vengeance,
affected and you begin to feel better rate." A Cardiff newspaper reporting ., is in situated.Leon county Several, where years tnej I Is the object of the law.. If Governor
at the sermon of Rev. Df. Mellor be-' I Browartf' promised Mr. Eppes that he
once.
I fore the Congregational union, where County Superintendent Eppes: would not reprieve the doomed men
It corrects slight disorders in a few 1, founlly assassinated. Three tie-, Consolidated Paint and Co.
t the clergyman spoke of "women without first consulting him, he maybe Paper
arrested for the crime.
and it has } were
days cured many obstinate clothed with sanctity," by an unfor-I l justly cr.tcized for having made a
4ayx
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'ok; confessed the oth-!
' ana! charged
cases after other treatment had failed. I tunate transfer of the "c" printed the< Yt I bad promise, a promise that no exec
as accomplices. They were i
Doctors Said He Would Not Live. phrase "women clothed with scant,j :, convicted and sentenced to|! utive should make; but if he had
We have commenced business at the
just
I ty: A London paper said that Era.| executed kept such a promise after making it,
Peter Frey, of Woodruff, Pa., writes: the sentence bang: and let the two be
est Renan occasion negroes hanged
bad to telegraph I' of and Intendencia Sts. and
"After doctoring for two with the the first one who, however, be- comer Baylen
years while there was ground for suspending -
I across the British channel the title of :
best physicians in Waynesburg, and still a lecture he was to deliver in "1 he died retracted far it his implicated former the penalty Of the law, hs would will be glad to show you what we can do to
getting worse, the doctors advised me if [ so as I .
have committed A
t I had any business to attend to I had bet by minster him was abbey"The, The Influence title as of st-1 I I two, and declared them in I reprieve can be a corrected greater error.at any make your home or your place of business
I The State Board of Pardons
ter attend to it at once, as I could not
possibly live another month, as there was on the Formation of Christianity.' "It Governor Broward is chairI time, if found to be mistaken, a brighter and more attractive. We have just
hanging, never, and always is a
was published in England as "Thei
for Cure I refused to commute the sen
no cure
me. Foley's Kidney
oil I mightly long time to wait to correcta received
Influence of Rum the ,
on Digestion
was recommended to me by a friend, and I. but two days before the date
. I immediately sent my son to the store '. Humanity. s.try for the execution, the governor wrong.
for:: it and after taking three bottles I began I It was a New York paper's report a reprieve of two months, up- Where the absurd1 part of it all
to get better and continued to im.s ; of a political meeting that the word petition signed by a number of comes in, is the attempt In some par, 4000 ROLLS OF PAPERof
prove until I was entirely well. "shouts" was so ridiculously misprinted citizens of Leon county. ties to connect the reprieve of the
as to make the blunder fa- condemned negroes with the ever
E. W. Eppes a son of the
Two Sizes, 50o and $1.00. glades question. It is well known
"The of .
, mous.
snouts 10,000 Democrats !
man, who had gona to
SOLD RECOMMENDED BY rent the air," read the report.: j where, the condemned, that Governor Broward Is personallyvery the latest designs and at prices that are

A local reporter wrote that Dr. Tal- 1 were confined: awaiting execu- desirous that the amendment within your reach. Let us begin with you.
HENRY the last
mage closed his services with the!!I submittedby legislature em-
and I for the purpose of further in
Druggist Apothecary,
hymn, "Nearer by God, to Thee," but I I their innocence was powering the Drainage Commissionto
----- the: blunder was caught on the fly in ;!I .1'C"I : incensed at the action of the'I levy a tax for that purpose, and '
, the (Mr. Clopton is one of to proceed to work, shall be ratifiedat Consolidated Paint and Co
} proofrom and did not get into!!}I, known democrats in the | declaring himself "shame Paper
the next general election. And the
the paper. At the time of the Meeker i! duped," and that tha governor
i Morris Dannheisser 'I I ing served as county attempt has been made to show that
massacre In Colorado a dispatch from.' -! promised him he would not inter-I
the west attributed the tragedy to]I i''I' and as member of the with the sentence of the court the governor reprieved the two negroes Cor. Baylen and Intendencia Sts.
ture and he has always
,
in order to favor with
the farmers having "pulled down the I IIndian's I first consulting Mr. Eppes. curry )
(formerly of Dannheisser Bros.) I i I, faithful to every trust natural the negro vote and swing it Into line
tents and corrals. One paper is' only that Mr. Eppes .VA N-#
If nominated he will ; for the
next November proposedamendment
I
put it into type interfence with
as "pulled down I oppose any
commissioner of whom
i the Indian's beets and carrots. The: of the sentence passed EVERYTHING FOR BUILDING SUPPLIES |
can feel proud. if true,
oM-time reporter, with the howl for: the convicted murderers of his Certainly, such a charge be
the copy ringing in his ears, some' i whom he believes firmly to be N. B. Broward[ is unfit to be a swineherd BRICK, LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, SHINGLES. WE FURNISH
Pure Old Rye & Bourbon, times perpetrates remarkable Eng. THERE ARE But the only rights he has for it would"( convict him of duplicity HOUSE BILLS COMPLETE.
, lish. A young Chicago news'gather people who know how to the law, are the rights of any I of the deepest dye, and a most
wrote of a man who had died of themselves-the majority citizen to insist that the laws flagrant trifling with justice and the
asphyriationr'
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I duties of the office which Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO.
high
,
Fine Wines
' Beer : 'Mhr.! Johnson was fond reclining -The liver is a most be enforced and that the guilty

. on the bed while his legs: in the body. Herbine will be punished for their crimes. should entitle first him to impeachmentthe .I ...........A..............A....AAA...........>v..AA...........vv.........A....AA.......AAv.......VA..............Vvv ;
extended over the floor and towards condition. V. C. execution of justice is a function very day the legislature convenes
and Tobacco.QldHickoryWhisky and not of the Individual and the detestation of every
the outer edge of the room." Texas, writes: "I have stats ,
A Chicago daily found a little boy bine for Chills and Fever no matter how near home a! honest man in Florida. If not, tne

who, according to the veracious the best medicine I may come, the greatest suffer- turned attentions instead of the to public his defamersandit may well be "Everybody Works But Father"Even

chronicler, was very dead indeed. would not be without it.
is only fair to Mr. Eppes, whose
The reporter wrote "The good for children as it Is i
:
boy was _. ... name was mentioned in the first part.
+ he is beginning to sit and take notice since installed
quite dead. No effort could resuscitate up people and i I up we '
of this article, to say that he did not
is fine for La .
him in the least. Grippe.
This is quiteas
make such a charge, in the letter those fans lights and bells.PENSACOLA
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good as the "bull" culled from a druggists. *
in Tallahassee
published a paper,
My Specialty. feuilleton in the Paris Figaro, which when his ..disagreement with Governor
ran: "Not a cry did she utter nor IREBEKAHS F Broward arose. ELECTRIC' COMPANY

give any sign of life, nQt even when WITH BAY The Independent has not been in
her brother-in-law put his hand to Phone
Florida long enough to know whetheror 570.
12 W. Zarragossa St. her heart" and said to Vaque, 'She Is An enjoyable affair not it would be wise to pass the
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dead. A steady and venerable ev- party given Friday night amendment, and attempt to drain the -

Pensacola Florida. enin'g Journal solemnly Informed Its the degree team of everglades. It wants enlightenment,
readers in a complimenary notice lodge by the members of all the information it can get. Not LOW RATES

I' -- that the CatholieFlresidc'inditssto; The jolly party left -. such a confusion of issues as the-reprieve
ries' are not of a nature to destroy the o'clock, spending several 01 two negroes and the pas-
PRES 5 morals of the youngest child." This pleasantly at the life I sage of the constitutional amendment
tI is what the London Globe called "an returning to the city a and other equally ridiculous mixtures

BUTTONHaadlot inadvertance": "By an InaaVertanceour The personnel of the party : 1 that keep springing up to the cou- Home-Coming Week Louisville Ky.
I/ Iflrr recent notice of Dr. Macauley'snew I(r\VUkovski. Miss M. founding of the public in general. ,
;, I book commented on the absence Mrs. L. M. Davis, Mr. and I I
I of illustrations defect : I June 13-17 1906.
as a We now Johnsen, Mr. and Mrs. ,
find, however, that it contains 12 Mrs. Lena Bredt, Miss THE ORIGINAL.
wood cuts of-much 'merit" The editor :Miss Neita Elliott, Miss Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
of a Pennsylvania country weekly covitch. Miss Belle Brux, Honey and Tar as a throat and lung PENSACOLA LOUISVILLE KY.
began a leader with a remark that lie Sewell, MiSs Mayme QUId remedy, and on account of the great
;,yl "flLr. Thomas, In, his, address at the Miss Willie Kendrix, you merits and popularity of Foley's ,
1 convention merely let our people Johnsen Miss Manila Honey and Tar many Imitations are
know how unwell he Is not got to cone Edna Leej; T. G. Stinson offered for the genuine. These ROUND TRIP $18.00.Tickets
with Josh Alen on .the stump.: He McSwain. Chas. Fredri worthless imitations have similar
l 'G .. will only prove a political morsel for Henry Jeudivene. sounding names. Beware of them. <

i e \ Alen to chaw up." The rival newspa e Pantry? The genuine Foley's Honey and Tar sold on June 10, 11 and for noon train June
per printed the' paragraph with the THE JOHN WHITE is in a yellow package. Ask for It '
heading In circus placard letters, INSTALLS and refuse any substitute. It Is the : -
The3tmplcat-fnx-1a1'eat- 'How well he fit." remedy for coughs and colds. eluding
-and our Perfect is -{Buffalo Com with new and ,best
paper?
'.:WD,1'e1I.. No(tail filler t mercial. The John mote Store I\v. A. D'Alemberte, druggist and
--no or abklD Ink,to. .pDl-Ao doWnl stalled six new electric and, oil cloth in the apothecary. by special agent of the Southern Passenger Association!

Yon the Imply picture preM)and the the button pea Lila(atla see A that HAPPY her MOTHERwill baby Is properly 1 makes pleasant,that for store customers. and pantry, the bat. WILL HOLD: MEMORIAL Tickets may be extended until July 23rd, 1906, inclusiveby

I.s'"Lash.Writes ." cared for-to do this a good purgative of the many and blackened tins look EXERCISES NEXT SUNDAY depositing ticket with the Joint Agent of the Soutn-
is Many babies suffer -
tl ab laat it necessary.; ments mentioned in
touches the paper from worms and their mothersdon't The John White Store of place in the surround eastern Passenger Association at Louisville and upon pa;-
Live Oak and Hickory Camps,
a L.I and know doesn't it-if sleep your at baby nights is feverish it ia be fans referred were to put as in"the by"cool The spring cleaning has \Vbodmen the World: will hold memorial : ment of fee of 50 cents. .

Eagle$150Rash ) troubled with exercises at St. John's cemetery
worms White'sCream ; Electric Co. of
some things out joint
Vermifuge will clean out t Sunday' afternoon, June 10. The For further information, call on or address
unveiling of the Morasso monument
1 these worms ma mild pleasant way. Office at t it? "
No.t j witi 14 karat Mild rold will be a feature of the afternoon'sprogram.
Once tried always used. Give, it a
vulculudrabbet Until further notice
pea point and-fully foest parutecd.EacIe"FIuhNo.Z5 trial. Price 25 cents. Sold by all zey's office will be at. it wont cost much to substitute .- The parade will form at the jJ. W. LURTON .. Division Passenger Agent or
druggists. Calls left at White's for discord-for the dollar buys K. of :P. hall promptly at 2:30 o'clock. ,

Eqle f with HFUahNo.toUUiuU.. 26$150 receive prompt attention.' of tins and kitchen things these days. All and sovereigns bring flowers.are Visiting requested to come;j
Attention, Woodmen of the World. sovereigns R. W.
? kneiix wit told*baDda.. 13.00".00 Joint memorial services of Hickory Closing Out. the best sorts-the kinds we seD. are cordially exercises.! invited to participate in SUBBETT. Ticket Agent L. & N. Ry.L.iC.Smith&Bro'l.

Sold. br Slat ODfft Camp, No. 21, and Live Oak Camp,,, Attention is called to most line service. the l .
ud od rsbreaArkroanDIALER.. No. 1, will be held Sunday, June 10th,, ment in this issue of P. : complete at your

'! tell yea the KH'"FLASH" UhdocM Woodmen are requested to meet at t clothier, in which some Order ,Eastern Star.if' .
Fwotiln'cnl t ea the hall at 2:30 o'clock sharp. Visiting tive bargains are offered. i 'Regular meeting of Florida ;
seal tha Mall price direct to Woodmen and the public .
' 01. Each pen aWately|narutcod. > are cordially is closing out portion Chapter. No. 14, O
Invited to attend the services; to make room for new E. S., 8 o'clock p. m.,

Eagle Pencil Co. at St.John's cemetery PFEIFFER at 3:30,o'clockJOHN ANOTHER. -, SHIPMENT- 107 SOUTH PALAFOX STREETPENSACOLA Tuesday Visiting, members June 12th ar,;y TYPEWRITER

lianoiactaicn3V W. E. ROWLAND $3.50 PANAMAS; ALSO. ; cordially invited. : Write For Catalogues.
/Braulway.Nor York
t 1 W. F. DeLAND.: FINE ONES FOR 500. MRS. ELLA BEYER, W. MQRS. L S. BROWN PENSACOLA FLA.
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As 1 expect to change my business" to a first-class Haberdashery, I am closing. out my large stock oi Clothing and Men's Furnishing and win continue sale until stock is sold

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Suits, regular $17 and $18 val. All Shirts, regular J2.60 value, now All Pants, regular $5' and $6 values "

j ues. . .. .. .$11.95 go at ... .. .". .. . .. ....$1.95 go at. ... ...(. . .$4.35 $3.00 Hats. .. .-... .. .. .. :$2.35 $4 Suits Underwear..0c Neckwear .. ? .. .% ......39c

;: All Suits, regular $14.50 and $15 All Shirts, regular $2 value, now., All 'Pants, regular $4 and $4-50 $3 Suits IIndtrwear$2.25 25c Neckwear.. .. .. .. .. ,...19c
values at .. .. ..$10.65 go at .. .. ,. .. .. .. .$1.65 values, 'go at., .. .$3.45 $"I).50 Hats .. .. ?. .. .. .. ..$1.95 or
All Suits, regular $13.50 values All Shirts regular $1.50 value, All Pants, regular $3.50 and $3.75 $1.50 Suits Underwear.. .. eo ..$1.15

now only.. . . .. .$10.25 now go.'at. .., f' : ., ,. .$1.15 values, at, .! .. .. .. .. .$2.75 $".00 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 U n derwear..o' .. .. ...89c UMBRELLAS, VALISES,BELTS,

go now at. .. .. .. .. .. .. .$8.95 goat .. .. .. .. .. .79c values, at.".:. .. .. . .$ .15 $1.50 and $1.75 Hats .. ? .. .. $1.20 50c Suits Underwear. .- .. ....39o ETC., AT THE SAME REDUC :
All} Suits regular $10 values go All Shirts regular 50c value now All Pants, regular $1.50 and_ $2.00, '

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lutely correct and there was no doubt
-, of it, and in arithmetic only if there I Legal Advertisements

were no mistake whatever in the Smoke !
SPELLING AND ARITHMETIC ,* ,processor! in the result For Instance NOTICE TO CONTRACTORSNEW
of the -i: CITY HALL, PENSACOLA.
_; the omission dollar markin : OLD :
an answer otherwise correct caus- I
IN 1846 AND TODAY e ed the pupil to receive no credit on A Sealed proposals will be received
that example. The marking in o f until 12 o'clock noon Tuesday June
-- Springfield could not have been more y AROUtta ti NORTH 26, 1906, at the office of L. Hilton
Below Green, chairman Board of Bond Trustees
strict than this. I tabulate fR C -
By Joseph B. Lockey.
the figures for easy comparison. The I $ Pensacola, Fla., for the erectloa

I' --- -- first marks are arithmetic, the second r. STATEI of aCITY
rt.r HAM AT PENBAOOiLA,
spelling
\Vp often hear it asserted that our Their course of study was quite definite tic: and spelling taking the same ques- Springfield.: Springfield. Pensacola. FOR I Bids must be accompanied with a certified

K-IIIKMS( are much less efficient to-day'j jtmn 'I consisting of reading, writing, tions. The average percentage: of 1846 19051906 check of $1000.00 on aa Incorporated
in. the days of our arithmetic, geography anti spelt correct answers in both subjectswas
1 thtnwere bank
I 40.6 65.5, 51.2 (65.5: 58,5It as guarantee for a bondof
29,4, ,
jniiul.fathers. Upon just what these daily. Spelling specially was as follows: 1846; arithmetic, will be observed that the Pensa f' Pipe or CigaretteIT'S 20000.00 in a Surety Company doing
I-, ruons are based: I have never !;: strongly emphasizd, as the following : :234? ; spell'ng: 40.6; 19l>5, arithmetic cola pupils made exactly the same business in Florida within fifteen,
b.ii aril l to determine; except that, extracts from the course of study at 65.5; spelling! 51.2. The examinationin in arithmetic as was made by days after contract is awarded for ;
', -, illS to be characteristic of hu-: that time show: in was fo managed that nether grade the faithful performance of the
MADE work
the Springfield pupils' last year. In UNION :;
sru.rureto, ; look back to the "d3 'sl "Accuracy in spelling and excellence pupils nor teacher knew its ohjsc;, making the average I went over the in accordance with the architect'>rl
of nor father" with the greatest venem in reading are ucnica 'Ji ti-t and none of them had any knowledgeof
1 plans and specifications.
carefully the second time to
days of fa-, first importance." the 'questions previous: the ex- 'figures
:'m The "good our to a t REVISED PDAXS AND SPEGEFICATK .
That '
tat-rV is not, by any means, a phrase, ''Ability to spell correctly is deemed amination.The discover. any possible error. I'o I' I I : QUALITYIs } >NS '

\\ mth has been coined within oar highly important, as lying at the school year: in Pensacola, con- they are and the same mistake!is merely in copyingor a coincidence and further particulars can be obtained -
a
own day but it has been in use, no' foundation, of all requirements, with- sists of b t weeks of actual working not error. It wouldbe from the Architect, Mr. Frederick

doubt, ever since there were such, out which no person can oe accurateor time. The school day is 5}i hours in a observed typographical that the children in our premium. Ausfleld Montgomery Ala, or
days to look back to. In-'whatever- intelligible as a scholar, or ever length. The pupil accordingly is In from

literature; you may read, or in whatever safe from exposure to great mortification school 840 hours a year and 6720 Pensacola to-day are the much children better in L. HELTON! GREEN,
age, you are likely to'run across in after 1:fe." hours in the 8 years of his primary :spellers than were Chairman.
('xpressions which indicate this attituae I gibe'.ow the questions in arith- and grammar schol life. Really lessthan 'Springfield in 1846 and considerably Pensacola Fla,
than the children in Spring- ,
Oi veneration on the part of the metic and spelling: this for the pupils in the primary better FRANK REILLY Distributor.
'writer or of his contemporaries for I Arithmetic. schools are in attendance field in 1905. The questions: were ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE.

the das that have gone before. 1. Add together the following much less than 54 hours;:; a day. But given to the whole grade, 49 pupils: ,)! ---- -- ------ Estate of E. A. Gassman deceased.
Xoa" ii appears to me that the atti':cumbers: Three thousand and nine we have failed to consider this fact and no papers were left out of con Creditors, legatees, distributees and

tude on the part of one generation one, three hundr' Q' and one, sixtyone in the other cases and so W3., shall sideration. The lowest mark made i all persons having claims or demands,
for( the days of their fathers may at sixteen, seven hundred and:: two, call our school year 840 hours. Let was 15 and the highest 100. The Beautifies the Home. i against this estate are required ta;
!Fast partly account for the persistent nine thousand, nineteen aad a half, us now compare this'with the school highest mark was made by a girl and Paint Preserves and present them to me within two years

assertions that our fathers and and and a half. year of 1846 and of 1905( in Spring- the lowest by a boy. But the four-I from this date. ,Frank Gassman, ad
giand-fathers were much better!I 2. Multiply 10008 by 8009. I field. As given above/the figures are: teen boys of the class made an aver Have your house painted. It will prove a good Investment ministrator. May 6. 1906.
taught than the children of to-<1ay.1! 3. In a town flue miles wide and 1846, 1320 hours1905. 1000 hours. age of 61 as against an average of because it will preserve the house and add greatlyto oawS w.

And jet there are some other consid- six miles long how many acres? The pupil of 184* had an advantage 57.5 for the girls; I its looks. SAROMA, a ready prepared paint at $1.00 r

erations which may account for the 4. How many' steps of two and a j I I i of 480 hours a year or in the eight In arithmetic the pupils! found: none is a low cost covering for cotta'ges, 'barns, roofs, etc. I In Escambia County Circuit Court
current belief that in at least some half; feet each will a person take in' years nearly 4 of our school year of the examples;:; too difficult to a?- Patton's' Sun-proof paint for houses and all outside work ., State of Florida. In Chancery. Liz'

respects our schools. ara inferior to walking one mile? The pupil in Springfield to-day has an tempt. In fact they succeeded best $1.50 a gallon. Get our prices on builders' hardware. zie Peak Anderson vs. Oharles A. An-

the schools of forty or fifty years 5. What is one third of 175'%? advantage of 160 hours a year, or in with those presenting the greatest Every price a money saver to you. I II derson. On :Monday, the 6th day of
One of these i 6. A boy bought three dozen or- difficulty. 'Most of the 4 incorrect answers I
considerations is
ago. !
the eight years one and a half of our August. A, D., 1906, the defendant
the introduction of so-called fads antes for 37% cents, and sold them i j given were for the third and
the
Mill !
years. The pupil in the Springfield! Saunders Company Charles A. Anderson, is required to I
for what would he fourth examples andin this not ,
Into the schools and the giving cor- 1% cents apiece; school of to-day has practically the case to the bill filed against him
appear
rpspondingly less attention to the have gained if he had sold them for because the pupil!! did*not know how I I
same course of study: as the pupil in; ; 21 East Garden Street. herein. This order to be published
717.
R's. 2 cents apieo*?" to solve the problem"but because he Phone
three Many persons believe that 3
the Pensacola schools. Now I had once each week for eight ((8) consecutive -
the children of to-day spec poorly!, 7. There is a certain number, one did not know how many feet in a mileor (
know what
some curiosity to showing 1 weeks in The Pensacola Journal,
anQ cypher poorly simply becausethe third of which exceeds one fourth of how many acres in a square mile. .
the pupils in the 8th grade of they published in said Escam
a newspaper
"waste" so much of time with it by two; what is the number? Strange to say some 'half dozen pu-
Pensacola schools would make taking! RESORTS. bia County. A. :M. McMillan, Clerk
: HOTELS AND SUMMER
manual training drawing etc. An- 8. What is the simple interest of pils failed on the first example and
this examination. !
same Accordingly Circuit Court By L. G. Aymard D. I
,
consideration $1200 for 12 11 months and 29 two discovered that the
0 her bringing possibly years one or third I
on May 30th( without giving the pupils C. Pensacoia, Fla., May 25. 1S06.!
days at 6 cent? 1751-2 is 52612And! their
not a few people to believe our per of yet : I
or the teachers any notice of the purpose (Seal) 27mayoaw8w
sc oo's: are inferior is shortened Spelling. of the examination I gave them percentage of correct answers is "A LAND OF DELIGHT. I :

srhuol hours. Jtormerly it was accidental lrnpdh- these 'questions which the pupils of more than double that 'of) 1846. Are i SHERIFF'S SALE.

thought that a child should spend as. accessible ghastliness 1846 had taken and which the same we justified then in'Concluding{ that T By virtue of an execution issued out
much time at his books as h's fa- baptism gnawed grade of pupils had taken in 1905 at, our schools are better than were the THE BE/UJTiFUL/ SAPPHIRE COUNTRY of the Escambia County Circuit Co'trt
t'f at his work. schools of 1846? Are justified in
pent And sow chirography heiress triagfield. The pupils had never: we herein Marine Grocery Co. are plain.
,ae\.t'r: changes have been made hour characteristic hysteric; seen the questions before nor had!. behaving that the three ft's are bet tiffs and B. G. Caro is defendant. I
schools there have been those ter taught to-day than they were formerlyTlf -; .
deceitfully imbecility
have levied and will sell at pub
the teachers. The time for the anth-j ELEVATION FROM 2,250 TO 5,000 FEET. : upon
\\h': strod by and declared againstthe descendant!: incJnceirablaI metic was about one hour and for the we should grant that spell'I lie outcry to the highest bidder for
wisdom of such changes. I! eccentric inconvenience spelling about twenty minutes. Here! ing and arithmetic are better taught I' Goregous Mountain Scenery, three magnificent lakes, countless !I; cash in front of the COtmty CourtHouse

But to whatever this unfavorable evanescent inefficient are the results: Arithmetic 65.5 to-day than in the days cf our grand.' beautiful waterfalls, pure and bracing air; trout fishing in streams I J: door in the City of Ponsacola,

comparison: of the education of to-day;, fierceness irresistible. 585. ; I fathers could we then infer that they'I and lakes, boating, bathing, horse back riding, driving, mountain ; on Monday, the 2nd day of July, A. D.,
with the education of one or two gen-I The pupils who took these examinat'ons !- are better taught because of the man-i i climbing and all indoor amusements. II I;. 1906, during the legal hours of sale
f:ations back may be due it is n*v- were of a corresponding age 1 One w'ho is interested in this mat-I ual training and drawing and: the nature I FIVE CHARMING HOTELS. the following described: property to-

ertheless true that no one has had with the pupils of the ninth grade, or ter would naturally inquire' study and becaiisp of the shortened TOXAWAY INN, Lake Toxaway,!FAIRFIELD INN, Lake Fair- wit: One (1) share of the PensacolaBar
any real basis for comparison fog. freshmen. They had en. sources of error there might be la'! hours would be better '
; high grade or we I H. AIKEN, Manfield, opens July 1W.. H. & C.ager. Pilots Association being l-29th in-
the only means of making a reason-, tered school at the"age of six and making the comparison. A fruitful'! justified in concluding that they are now.open.Special rates during June. A. MARTIN, Managers. terest of the stock of said association.
alte! comparison is through sta- had gone through the eight grades oi source of error in any other better taught in spite of these things? SAPPHIRE INN, Lake Sapphire, J. C. Van Pelt, Sheriff of Escarobia, '

!tics an.:; heretofore such statistics the grammar school just as they are subjects than arithmetic or speUn'1might : If the improvement in our schools! THE FRANKLIN, Brevard, opens now open. MRS. P. CRISP, Man. ; County, Florida. 3junelaw4vr:
have not been at hand. Fortun-required to do to-ciay. They were in be the different standards used: has ,come largely in and through the LAMBORN, Manager.) )
1. A. ager.
ately, however Principal Riley of school 44 weeks of actual schoolwork in working the papers. And errors introduction of the so-called fads, and I July SHERIFF'S SALE.

Springfield, Mass.. while rummaging each school day containing 6 of this sort might! reasonably come not in spite: of them shall we not ex-I THc LODGE, Summit of Mt. Toxaway, now open. MRS. A. BUR. ; By virtue of an execution issued out .-
Trough: the garret of an old school hours. In other words the pupils of into' the working of papers spelling pect in the future to see in every public II t DICK, Manager. of the Escambia County Circuit Court

building in 1905 found complete sets 1846 were in school 1320 hours each or arithmetic. For instance, the pupil school manual training, doniest'c. The hotels are modern, and are noted for perfect service.. .Address wherein J. J. Hooton and A. V. Clubbs
1 "'xamination pipers '"' ta 'infersand : scicol year. At the end of eight might be given the benefit of the science, the gymnasium, and the either hotel for rates. are plaintiffs! and Frank 'Suter Is defendant ',' .
markings, all bearing the date years the pupil! would have 'bn in doubt in spelling if a given word both? I For descriptive booklet and general Information address I have }levied upon and will
October, 1846. Now by submitting school 10560 hours. The school yearin might 'be read either able or ible. JOHN C. BURROWES Pres., sell at public outcry to the highest ,,
these questions to pupils of the same the Springfield of 1905 consistedof WSio has not blurred a word in spelling Note. 'For most of the data in th's The Toxaway Hotel Co. bidder for cash in front of the County

>gp as those who took them; in 184S, 40 weeks of 5 hours each day so that the reader might think it article I am indebted to an article by! Special: rates at Toxaway Inn during June. Lake Toxaway, N. C. Court House door in the City of Pen
the school authorities were able to making a total rf 1000 hours for the were spelled either this way or that? V. W. Hedgepeth in the May School l I The lake region of the South.YOU sacola! on Monday, the 2nd day oJ

!make a rational comparison of the year and 8000 for the eight year In arithmetic one might give a pupil Review, a magazine published by the;, ". M1t "-,-,,,J'!= I"'Jjoi.; : July, A. D., 1906( during: the legal
Springfield school of today and the In point of hours it will be seen that credit for an example if be showed University of Chicago. hours of sale the following described
Springfield; school of 1846. tie: children of 1846who had been that he knew how to work it and yet .,,-e,........ property to-wit: One (1) cooking

The schools c? Springfield in 1846 I i in senoui e ght years had! an advan'ta'ze did not succeed. I do not know how G. B. Burnhans. Testifies After Four i range and utensils with hot water
*TP among the best schools of the of 1550 hours, about two and a the papers were worked in Springfield -. Years.: boiler and attachments, one ((1)) box

t.me.: They were Tinder turpl'r'ision I .half years. ; but I do know that a pupil got of-'Carl'sIe: household 'goods, one (1) iron bedstead .
G. B. )Burhans,. Center, and cool bubbling
mountains
> } and had been 'highly! Let us see now what showing; they. credit: in the' Pensacola examination N. Y., writes: '"About four think of snow capped pure, and spring, three ((3)) bundles:

co-nplimented( by Horace Mann.\ made in an examination in arithme-,, only if in spelling a word were abso-1 ago I wrote you stating that I'years had brooks with the rest of Bohemian Hops added,.when you carpeting and household goods, one
ladder, one (1) small ,
(1) heater
step
_. been entirely cured of a severe kidney .I
--- ---- -- -- --- -- --,- -- --------- --- - -- BEER.
---- BOTTLED towel racks
drink A. B. C BOHEMIAN two; ((21) one ((1) baby
trouble by taking less than two i
I buggy, one ((1) child's chair, one ((1))
bottles. of Foleys' Kidney Cure. It I
__ entirely stopped the brick dust sediment I THE PURITY OF A. B. C. IS THE A. B. C. OF PURITY. willow settee, one ((1)) willdw rocker '
six ((6)) oak cane bottom chairs and t'
:and pain and symptoms of ..kidI -
I one ((1)) oak center table, and other
I ney disease disappeared. I am glad
miscellaneous articles. J. C. Van
to that I have never had a return
say CALL IT d 0 Pelt, Sheriff of Escambia County
It WHY WE
+lot any'of those 'symptoms during the i
Florida. 3junelaw4w
I four years that have elapsed and I am ----
evidently cured to ,stay cured. ant yrl 1DfaL1ld.4; ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
I heartily recommend Foley's Kidney AGBOC.BOHEMIAN NOTICE is hereby given of the Institution

Cure to any one suffering from kid. of an attachment suit by
I
; ney or bladder troub'e.: For sale by --.--.---- Jacob Lipps against Frank Lewis, Inthe
I\ck\ a W. A.D'A} m1>erte, druggist:; and County Judge's Court of Escambia
apothecary. County, Florida. And the said defendant -

and all other persons interestedare
Knights of Pythias. required to appear 'to the actionon

TO GET THE GENUINE Pensacola Lodge, No. 3, K. of P., It the 2nd day of July, A. 4.)., 130 .
will hold regular convention Monday Blount. & Blount, Attorneys for Plain- .
night, June 14th, at 8 o'clock. Every Because we go to Bohemia every tiff. 20mayoaw5w }

I RED ROCK GINGER ALE member cf this lodge requested to bt year and obtain our supply of

G.I G. present. Work in the rank of Esquin c, Hops from the best hop producing REWARD
and election of officsrs. Members 01:f $100

I1 -, ...-.......- -J'P.J!!!!': 'M sister lodges and visiting brethrei II district'of that little country f 'A reward of $100 will be given for
cordially) invited to attend.J. ,
the finest qualityof
I which grows the capture of Jaqe Haney, escaped
A. K nKPATRICK C. C.
'\ the world. We ; i convict camp. Description: 5
all
from
Always look for the Red Rock HENRY HOSSLER,. K cf R. and S. hops in I 130 pounds medium
Crown Stopper on toCanada for the best feet 7 inches; ;
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go 21; carriage erect; brown
., e bottles. That is your guarantee of quality ; your of NOTICE.St. Barley grown in all the world. build eyes ; black age hair; complexion black;
'' The ladies Catharine's churcl
: assurance that you get a pure Ginger t will give a birthday party at the Catholic We use; only the best material 'I medium forehead mouth; medium; good ears; teeth round;.
medium
0- IP' Ale instead of colored pepper-heated 4,1:0: I Thursday Knights'afternoon Hall on, 'Jung Baylen 14th.street Chi oi! in brewing R.. '' I, nose round; chin; short neck; square shoulders L; I

of feet 10 Inches vaccination !
Q c dren from 5 to 7; adults from eighto I ; length ; .
.. water. "Say RED2OCC and E
14tio I : scar on left arm.

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Dna NOTICE.
On sale in bottles at all groceries, EVetc. There will be a regular "
I To'Whom it Concern: Beer 'bottled EXCLUSIVLY at the Brewery in
./and on draught at Cr May THE only I : : meeting of ilt Houb
I have sold my interest in the Olive R. A. Chapter No. 6 oai .
fountains. Therefore the only Beer whose PURITY be
soda saw mill situated at Olive, F.a. .. Lcuis. can Monday, 11th Inst au ,

:_ L. BOLEY JR. absolutelr O"APAN7EEPN.HQiDRiNG 8 p. m. ;Work in M M J } -
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.. DAYS $3 WELT SHOES FOR MEh?I!! Secretary

Trade Suoolied by Consolidated GrocerY. .Co., Wholesale: Distributors. Pensacola" AT $2.50. THE M. & 0.





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'.,'' Some canned fish ready to j 1 .
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F .: . clean
serve and packed by
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.' packers{"right'where the fish
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And Through the WeekWeOfferSpeciaJ
}. ..EXCELSIOR AND FRIENDS is caught. :
., HAVE CHOWDER AND GUMBO. the Jotlrii l's Daily Fashion. Feature. I I
Salmon Red.20c)
(Fancy

:EVENING AT THE BLUFF. . Clams, r.i+. .. .u .. ..,. 15c I
i The members of the Excelsior J Lobsters25'and'50c Priceso

.: inch Club gave a delightful affair Shrimp. .;.!... -i.u. ->..10e I, ,
: for th Ir husbands and 'a few in .. Deviled. Crab (with shells) 25c I

:. dited friends Friday afternoon. *. I f # Soft Shell Crabs. . .. 35c :
The ladies enjoyed: a hay ride out,i French Sardines .'.1O, 15, 20, 25c i
} :leaving the city about 4 o'clock and Herring (Kippered) .. .. .25c I ALLMIDSUMMER.

r i line gentlemen went out about 6 to I Mackerel. .. .. .. .. ...20c '

;;. find a banquet instead of the usual I Pickled Eels ... .. .. ....25c i
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"picnic! layout. ,
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'was glad he was for they had the p 1'
;; !most delicious chowder and best 1i I MILLINERY!
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gumbo ever served. r '

Bathing was the chief amusement, t J F ROSENAU & GERELDS .
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: fend tne party returned to the city .

about 9 o'clock.IPENSACIOLA ,
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CHARMED: WITH GIRLS BOSTONESE. Including Lingerie Hats, White Chip

Phone 391. Pensacola.
Miss Ada and Miss Anna Rosasco
: left New York Wednesday for Boston .
Hats White Hair Hats and Leghorns
While in New York they had the t t .
pleasure of meeting Mrs. Bradshaw,
F who Is to meet them later in Boston. ; .Ohio Conservatory Dramatic Art-
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: The; Misses Rosasco write enthusiastically stopped at 'Camp Hill, Ala., to assist :SEE SHOW WINDOW:
of their
of the delights
In the commencement exercises .of
i trip on the luxurious' Puritan of the I : the Southern Industrial Institute

,Fall River line and say they intend I where Miss Olga White Is a memberof
.. \isitind Harvard Cambridge, and all'' the faculty. The young ladies This will be the last week BUT ONE our Miss Herriman will be here,
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: 'the noted places about Boston where 'will remain for the vacation and it

j ,; T they Logan.are guests of },fr. and Mrs W.!I q'l is hoped Miss Beatrice will accept a when she leaves for New York to purchase our Fall line of Millinery which will

class when she has enjoyed a rest.
In their! own language they "Intend" r .
.to- take In whole thing the be the finest shown in Pensacola.
the even Mr. and Mrs., :Max L. Bear and positively ever
Boston! races, and must say of all i f ftI mother Mrs.?.. Lizzie Rosenau, and .
people the Bostonians'cau" not be ex- their pretty little daughter Leoma,
'telled for hospitality. i leave. noon
today for Louisville for
I the "Homecoming," .after which they
' IMRS. RUPERT ENTERTAINS 'Will go to ctnCi naU.' and then to .
'FRIDAY EUCHRE CLUB. r Chicago" on a summer jaunt.

, Mrs. Charles Rupert entertained ._. r BARGAINS FOB MONDAY---IN A FEW WORDS

the Friday Afternoon Euchre very Mrs. J. R. Keeling expects to leaveon !

-' pleasantly from 4 to 6.Mrs. the 15th inst., for Panama via
J. J. Ynlestra won the ace !New York where Mr. Keeling has
I !prize, Mrs. Vincent Fauna the consolation ,been at work 'for some time past.
1., Mrs. Willie Walker the lone Our entire line Ladies' Lawn Waists, regular $ .00 value,

, 1 jjlnand.;! and Miss Mary Ella Lev y the Mrs. George W. Short who is visit-

,Ibooby. A SMART BATH I G SUIT OF MOHA1-R ing her brother Mr. Charles Cottrell sizes 34 to 40 this season's make only two P fin '
The next meeting win be with Mrs. and: family leaves to-day noon for ,

David Deloney. Mohair is a favored material for the mohair. For the swimmer this Louisville.Mrs. .

the bathing suit by reason of its wa much of the suit is quite enough, but to a customer we offer for J
f SC.HWA1RTZJSUAREZ for the bather and beach toiler the Fred Mellen has returned Each
PRETTY HOME WEDDING ter-shedding qualities and its lightweight skirt is added. This is a fivegoredmodel from Laurel Hill where she spent the

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'One of the prettiest home wed suit, held in above the knee with elastic hem trimming of stitched bias band, .
dings in Alabama, was solemnized are attached to the Gibson-cut ending in a point either side of'the Mr. J. Samuel Green left last 3 Thousand Yards Ginghams Seersucker and Cheviot
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; (/Wednesday in Selma at the home of blouse with its collar and front pleat inverted pleat. Worn with this is a night to spjendfehis\ vacation in .Phil- ,

HMr. and Mrs. George H. Schwartz, cut in one piece, stitched flat to the blue-and-red striped silk handkerchief, adelphia. V ,s 9 : a.- #J- 5cstyles
when their daughter Stella Lee became blouse and trimmed with blue silk- tied and knotted coquettishly aroundthe 7c value this sale ... -
the bride of Mr. Murrill Alonzo Covered buttons the same shade as* head. Mrs John Pfeiffer and family have ,

t' Snarez, Rev. E. Bryce Robinson per gone to their summer home on the

forming the religious ceremony beau baystiore an'' have as their guest for .

tifully and impressively.The !Eakins and Florniss Blakely,' to let Steps, the roof, and all along the station -the summer -ITs* A D. Smith of Mobile _ _, -- _". .- _,, :.:--. c_ l"' .' _-_'. -: : ", .'
long hall, the spacious parlors the bridal party pass. walk, he drawled out In -languid Ala-, :%& ;

and pining room, were artistically First came the flower girl, who fervency: .. ,
it decorated with ferns, cut and potted ;was the bride's little sister Rose "Tha-a-n-k Ga w-d." Mr. and Mrs? 4'rim thY Burns and I
to be present as usual at the we I- ter :Miss Fay Ferrara, arrived Friday memory lingers amid her dear
flowers, the color scheme in white, (Elizabeth daintily dressed in pink "What's the matter with you, old< family have recited{ from DeVilliers ding anniversary of her daughter and on a visit to her mother Mrs. A. sessions -
while
Imagination ;
1 Fink and green.In mull and lace over pink silk. man? Sweet on .any o'tttem?" v inquired to the house oiwtie opposite corner son Mr anti Mrs. Dave Levy. Mr. Ferrara 115! East Zarragossa. j1. .
the parlor, ferns and roses, surmounted Then, the bride on the arm of the a friend who "boards" at the of Cervant@s"'fo rlY" 'occupied by !and Mrs. Levy's baby boy Emanuel, with tender, loving touch, thosp ;

': by two hearts joined and groom. She wore a lovely dress of same place."Gyahls. Mr. J. Ed. OTBrien! and later by Mr. i fifteen months old, Is improving aftera Mrs. B. C. Hays and :Miss Ethel tures of a past which has no lor., :'

1 bearing the monogram of bride and :white organdy trimmed in lace and ?" was; the languid ejaculation -and Mrs.< John-- A. Van Pelt. tel ius illness. | Huddelsoa left last night for their a part in the active life of tom,
groom in the center formed a pretty embroidery medalions, and carrie a in soft tones of Contempt, of I
1 < -+- I homes in Knoxville: T.e'Iln., after a Change with tireless hand .I
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1. < background for the bridal picture. shower bouquet of ferns and bride the idea, if not the femininity. "I Mrs. C. S. Jennings of Muscogee, !Mrs. :'J. C. Alexander leaves this delightful visit of seven weeks guestsof
. The bride's mother and her family roses. was lookin' at the rice and thinkin' who has been visiting her sisterinlawMrs. morning on the 7 o'clock train for Mrs H. J. :Mackey. touching
., and the groom's mother with the Miss Schwarts-or rather Mrs that at this rate we Just can't haveit S. E. Seals, has gone home accompanied -(Mobile and Selma Ala., to spend a: Everything we cherish here

!_ preacher, entered' first, and, while Suarez-is a lovely and accomplished quite so much on the table." by Miss. Seals.. month or two with her's and Mr.Alexander's Mrs. O. G. :Enecks- left Friday Blurt Springs! Your futur- n.:'
t; ;(fMrs. Henry Broadway played the young lady, and very active in :' -+.- ,.. ..
relatives. evening to month visiting be within :
spend a or so progressive lines t hrwill :;
i :lbeautiful strains of Tannhauser, church work, and her bridegroom Mr. Mrs. E. O. Spare of 1216. East "Mrs. E. R. Cob > left Friday eight her in and .
! the portierres in the hall were Suarez is a popular and rising young Gadsden leaves this week for Chicago for Balnbridgef fea:,: "to meet (Miss Mr. F. A. Macke: left Thursday after -. Ocala before daughters returning Jacksonville to her son hold no fairer pictures ', !a-

f :mawu: aside by little Misses Clara loan of great abilities. where she will spend six w(! kS. loulse Walden of Albany Ga., who spending a few weeks with his and daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Collin those which fill your past, no ,; ,1 i itales : .
of life I
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we
the all were Tvill return with her to-night Miss
After congratulations,
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parents Mr. and Mrs. John Wood. 1011 North Barcelona, this.
: invited Into the dining room where a Prof. James H. Finch of Musoogee Wilden will be pleasantly remembered (Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs.' city. ready told'.
; I(crowd of the bride's friends were has gone to Geneva for the summer. as a former guest of Mrs. Cobb. Manker's son was christened Garrett I
to Ices. !
i waiting serve Allen by Dr. Wialey: of Christ Miss Julia Lee has returned after
. I The popularity of the happy couple !Mrs. :J. H. Collins and attractive Mr. and Mrs. Phineas Stone will church. prolonged and pleasant visits in Ala To Remove Freckles $ Pimples!

We Are was attested by the handsome giftsof young daughters of Opp, Ala, have celebrate the twenty- rst birthday of bama and )Mlississippi accompaniedby r
silver china and household to their son Mr. Joe 'Stone with a Stag In Ten Days, Use
goods.They gone spend a few days with rela I
1 Miss Addle Mancel and sister of herMolwle hostess Mrs. :Norman Nadinolai
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have friends tives (Party, Tuesday evening at 8:30, at
many warm and friends' in Milton before 'Evergreen, Ala., are visiting their Farrar whose Pensacola! friends are i
the United States who home. their residence 17 North Palafox. A dlscoTery. -
throughout going I new
cousin Mrs. M. E. North to her .
Sole For Bryan on pleased see again.
Agents coder a po u.Te P-
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and 'White The Excelsior Flinch Club has funded In evvrT '
I happiness prosperity. Miss Beatrice and her sister -
Next time try Blue Ribbon Lemonor '
where I It fail reI
I The bride traveled in an Alice :Miss Olga are at home to the gracefully omitted their regular Mrs. W. W. Downing and children Vanilfla. Satisfaction guaranteedor I freckles, pimp '" .
: John A. Morrill & Go's blue mohair eton suit and' wore a pleasure of their friends. Miss weekly meeting thjs week, In deference -of Brewton, accompanied by her sis-- your money back. ;.t.: apots, collar snn-ian..: -' "
,dark blue straw hat trimmed in Alice !Beatrice White en route from Cincinnati : to the State Conference of the I a tionsblackhead.r'ness ;

( blue satin ribbon and quills. where for the past year she has i' Epworth League which meets Tuesday eruptions of the, -., "-.'
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. i Mr. and Mrs. Suarsz left atI been studying voice at Oscar Erg-'I morning and continues in session a mater standing of CUTr-' "r' ...
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worst
Iowa Mr. Suarez has accepted a government art under Mr. Willis Irwin" of the Beautiful Bluff these defect are removed tbe ku. = '
position.SPENT I I Mrs. (Dr.) Tiehenor who Is visiting Springs clear, lOt, bealibr and beantiful. N'n i '
harm eau result from Its use. 60 CGa'-- ar l i "
Mrs. W. S. Maclay, leaves Monday tovisit mai..
at leading drag stores or by
her brother Mr. Walter Ticae-
i PLEASANT' DAY By "Florida Pine"The NATIONAL TOILET COMPANY. Psrls. Tens
nor in Mobile.
AT BLUFF SATURDAY.A $1.90 i -
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party of young people, chaperoned Miss Eaton who Is visiting Miss I I

by Mrs. J. N. Andrews, spent Saturday PAIR (Reeves leaves Monday, joining her Marine Co.
very delightfully at Magnolia mother for a visit to East Pass. traveler who stops for a mo- silence Is like a benediction. Ever Grocery I

Bluff. Bathing was enjoyed and a ment at Bluff Springs may deem the and anon some bird note falls like
: Rams 'delightful luncheon was served. The MONDAYFOR Mr. Allle Murphy Is out after a few name a misnomer. Lovely oaks indescribably liquid music and ripples along the 604, 605 S. Palafox St.

LH paTty returned home late In the af- days illness. stately and beautiful, softly moving current of the air. hone 725. i

internooa and all Bald they had never surround the station and are scat A wave of coolness greets us, and
1 Lt had a better time. THECHOICE Mr. M. H. Heller of Goldtaan, La, tered through the Tillage. Nothing passing on to where the hill slopes V. J. VIDAL, Manager. !

Among those in the, party .were is visiting his niece Mrs. Dave Levy gives more dignity and "distingue" to downward we see the occasional We carry a full line of impor'f i *'1

These are this firm's ''Mrs. Andrews Miss Ruth Glenn of 222 West Chase. a place than our venerable live oaks. gleam of water. Across the little Domestic Groceries and Prey. :1.

Miss Nellie Andrews and her cousin OF The live oak and magnolia are ever valley we see the red clay bluffs We want your patronage.
first grade of Hams. Miss Bessie Green Miss John Glenu, Mrs. Arden Fletcher of Tennesseeis suggestive of our soft southern air,'which wall the farther side. They
I (Miss Laura Joyner Miss Fannie :May ANYLADIES'; expected to arrive this evening fora of moonlight, of fragrance and!! of' stand, as they have stood thro' all

We do not handle their 'Holden. Miss Blanche Woolbridge. brief visit with relatives. love. the stormy and the peaceful years,
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and Miss Olive Juidrews. south- green draped and rugged, and from i
I The Country Club members and their feet '
4- very spring the cool. ST. LOUIS ;
second grade (Eureka ,RICE THROWING A NEW their invite friends-or the first eral cottages and farms. On the health giving, crystal waters which

CAUSE FOR THANKFULNESS. contingent at least will go down on hilltop, "Pleasant Hill," we come to I'give to Bluff Springs Its name. They
$2.50
: brand) at all. These Those who witnessed it are laughing the 7 o'clock car Tuesday night for school No.9, nestled amid a bower'are well worth a journey to see. AND I

over a matter that tragicto the weekly. summer tea and dance. of like oaks. Only to-day, they sweeping outward from their hidden

: hams are put up at those who have had appears the same OXFORDS closed their school for the term, earthbound channels, into the sun, I
The New City Flinch has called off which we understood has been a light of the day; BIRMINGHAMi
wearisome
of the hero of
i Ottumwa, Iowa, and an incident experience at the station as the noon, ALL STYLES its regular meeting Tuesday after most successful ana1 satisfactory one. Here memory lingers too. Here I i!

train drew out with several bridal noon on account of the Epworth They seem to have bright prospectsfor long ago the dusky Indian stooped to have furnished two
: by odds the finestpacker's parties aboard, Wednesday. ALL SIZES. League Convention. The place of a larger school another year. quench his thirst, and the graceful most expert soda m \ ;
'. are There was ,a great crowd presentto meeting on June 19, will be announced There are at present three rooms deer bent its head to drink from the In the countrY :.1 d :

t-< see the brides off grooms may COME later. and three teachers, Miss Elsie :Nape, cool stream. And there upon the cunning and skill t t'r.r .' ;
it product known. Mrs. Seals and :Miss Pritchett. hilltop gleamed :
the camp fires of the '
short
be important but are not supposed to nothing of rn-
, interest anybody unless it is the EARLY; Mr. Preston Avery arrived home The church is Just a little distant, men in blue, and those in gray. The able, they creatp d ir'" j;
Saturday from the military denomination and the M. E.
morning :Baptist whistling bullet sent its disturbing the '
- bride and she is usually otherwise that "touch M" :
1I occupied, when anybody's round'. A academy at Stauntori, Va., to' spend church Is near the station. Fartheron hiss upon the low sweet music of Drop in and cool off. J :"t
; the vacation with.,..his parents Mr. lies the cemetery, which by the stream '
,, These brides were all popular, and SNAP year and many a fever parch! do it once and we';. ,ite :
and Mrs. A. M. Avery. year extends its bounds. Here lie lip and brow drew new life from tie
tears and smiles and kisses often.
were you
the 'aged1' whose steps have passed, generaus flood! .:
: rained upon them despite a tornadoof AT Miss Lillie TtYlor's Innumerable falteringly down along the sunset The passing years have brought 1
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rice that -
Sol Cahn & CO. and literally covered in everything friends and acquaintances regret extremely way until they rested amid the deeper their change. Where broad pine! I

, I. either of the every bridal person parties.A or near to learn that she has been shadows of the long night. Yon- levels stretched In stately stillness to l !
$1.90
quite sick again for several days, and derr stands; a smal neglected shaft of the horizon's distant rim a young! COFFEE i
long slim
sadiayed,
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dyspeptic trust she soon ]be entirely .re marble whosa history reveals a oak forest obstructs '
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,. The Pure Food Store, bachelor leaned sorrowfully againstthe may romance the vi w. Broad Hot Biscuits and Rolls ere'Fmorning :
covered. and a deep heart tragedy, the fields and
many buildings attest the
.I' side of the building and' watchedthe at 5 o'clock.
wrecking of a true man's life. Another industry and progression of mankind.. I
y 1 Soiithweit Corner PtUfox and Intindendt merriment around him, unmoved Mrs. T. V. Kessler continued! quite and yet another. Oh! how I would not stay the onward move
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till rice throwing began. As the
, quantities sick during the past week and Is still memory draws aside the shadows toward a more advanced mode of

t' 'Phones U 8 smile increased gradually a slow dawned hopeful in kindo his MEYER SHOE COMPANY, confined to her bed, but was believedto from the drifting years, and one life life, but like the twilight and the Kitchen Cafe. I II
be last' evening. another unfolds its Kandy
improving: after pathos and starlight, like- the deepning shadows
and spread 'over his face .
. eyes untilas Feet Furnlshers For Folks Its joy. Across the treetops slants within firelit
a when
I room the leap- 999
the train moved off laden Phone
104 Palafox.
with Mrs. Bertha M. Levy of Mobile the sunlight, ana1 the lengthening Ing flames grow less, these thoughtswill I S. E
i!. piles of"rice, qn the platforms the 102 S. Pal !fox Street, ,' Ala.- is: expected, Tuesday shadow iUggest,a sweet epose.'The charm and thrill-,the 'heart and:l I

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All articles to be guaranteed just as represented. Any*" purchase. made Railroad! fare, paid on all purchases of $20 or over for fifty !. "

during the sale not proving satisfactory will exchanged refunded. miles. i '
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DARING FEATS OF UNDERSELLING TO DAZZLE AND DELIGHT YOU ;,, }

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We find we have on hand at this season of the year great'deal more merchandise than we have room for. We must unload these goods. We must ; t.

have space. ,In order to cut,our: stock in half we inaugurate Ten Days of the Greatest Underselling ever put into operation in Pensacola. i
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Our entire $65,000 stock at the mercy of the people for ten days. This sale. will be of the greatest importance to the peoplefor I' i

a radius of fifty miles, and is the largest and most sensational sale ever attempted in this section Involving .

thousands upon thousands dollars. The prices we quote will, therefore, convey to you

; some idea of the marvelous bargains are going to,place on sale for 10 days

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BEGINNING THURSDAY, JUNE. < 14th AT 9 A. M. ,

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The best and greatest values ever offered stare you in the face.- The important question is: Can you, dare you, in justice to yourself, overlook a .. ,
chance like this to save at least 50 per cent on your purchase. The most magnificent array of myriads of mystifying bargains ever gathered "

under one roof await your inspection. PRICE WONDERS THAT BEGGARS DESCRIPTION AND STAGGERS BELIEF. : ; : '


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Below We Quote a Few of the Thousands of Bargains Included in This Great Clean-Sweep Sale. ,


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NOTIONS.Pins IBOMESTCS.: WHITE GOODS. DRESS GOODS AND SILKS. CLOTHING.We I SHOES.- ,: ;r f, ,
1c Standard Dress 30-inch Lingerie, worth lOc per Fine line of 19-inch Taffeta Silk,
10,000 yards
per paper Clean-Sweep price Prints and Calicoes, actual 6 yard .. .. .. .. .. O' ..' .. .. 5e in all colors, while they last at, Show No Mercy to Prices In This Every Pair of Shoes Has Been. Re.duced 1 I....
Hooks and Eyes 'black and white, -and- 8c values, Clean-Sweep 40-inch White Lawn, 12c value, per yard .. .. .. .. '.. .. .', .-39c Department. to the Bottom Notch in t .
Clean-Sweep price 1c price 00 .. .. .. .. .. .. .0 ..4?fe per yard .. o. .. .. .. .. .. .. .9c 27-inch Shadow Silks, 35c values, '
Feather-Stitched Braid, worth lOc 5,000 yards Apron Gingham, all 30-inch India Linon. lOc value, per yard. .. .. .. .. .19c Men's Suits that sold for $7.50 This Department .
per bolt, Clean-Sweep price 4c colors Clean-Sweep! price, per per yard .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .7c 27-inch Drape de Sole' alSilk, and $8.00 .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$3.48Ien's
Persian Lawn 15c and 20c value .. ... Patent Oxfords,
.. .39c Ladies' Fine Tip
1 60c value yard
Pearl Buttons. 5c values. Clean- yard fc per yard .. .. .. .. .." .. .. .. 11e, per Skirts, Suits in Fancy Cassimere, $1.25 and $1.50 values. .. .. ..98c
Fine Ladies'
line of
Sweep price :per dozen 1c .5,000 .yards Figured Lawns 8c Long Cloth, worth $1.35 per bolt strIctlY
Sergesothersask
Cheviots and
values, CleannSweep price per .. up-to-the-hour in style' in Mo:
Extra-Fine German Pearl Buttons yard .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..31rc Clean-Sweep price per bolt .96c hairs Panamas, Worsteds and $10 for them. CleanSweepprice Ladies' Fine Patent Tip Oxfords, ,
Clean-Sweep price, per dozen 3c 5,000yards .Figured'' Lawns, lOc Mercerized per yard Waistings.. .0 .... -.d 15c *values.' .. .,10c Serges, from .. .'. ..' ..2.48 up .. .. .. .. .. .. o. .. .$4-98 $1.T5 and $2 values .. .. .. ..$1.39 (
Torchon Laces, all widths, with values, C1ean Sweep price per All our fine line of- Ladles' Lawn and
insertions to match Clean ... -ard.... ..4 .! _I .. ... .. .. .. .6e DRESS GOODS AND SILKS. Silk Shirt Waists will' be'closed out 75 Suits, regular $12.50 and $15 E. P. Reed Oxfords, known all .
!Sweep .'3 c 5,000 yards Bleached Domestic. 36-inch Black Cashmere and Mo- regardless of cost. values, comprising a 'grand as- over the world, sells for $2.25
Point de Paris Laces, all widths, 7c values, Clean-Sweep price, hair, 35c value, Clean-Sweep All our Ladies' Trimmed and Un- sortment of black blue and and $x.50, will be sacrificed in $t' :'
Insertions to match Clean- per-yard.. .. .5c price, per yard. .. ..; .. .. .. .21c trimmed Hats, in all the popular Fancy Cassimeres, Serges and this sale .. .. .. .. .. .. .$1.98
Sweep price. .. .. .. .. .. .4y'c 3,000 yards Unbleached Domestic, 38-inch B1ack,Mohair, the kind shapes, will be sacrificed in this 0.'
6c.. values, .Clean-Sweep price, you have always paid 60c and sale regardless of cost of value.GENTS' Cheviots, will be sacrificed in f
1,000 Jap Fans, lOc values, now..3c per yard .. ... .. .. .. .. ,. ..31,4c 75<5 for, go in this great sale, this great sale at .. .. .. ..$3.89 Fine line of Misses and Chil "_
Ladies' Fast-Black DropStitchHose 104 Unbleached Sheeting, 222c per yard .. .. .. .i, .. .. .. .39c FURNISHINGS.Handkerchiefs .. .. dren's Oxfords and Strap Slip-
lOc .3c
values
Our entire line of Boys' and Chil
15c values. Clean. weep 'VarneS"o.. .16c Black Serges, Panamas, Voiles, pers-don't fail to see them..98c< up
price, per; pair .8c 10-4-() Bleached Sheeting, 25c Florentine; Crepes and Eta- Fine Hemstitch Handkerchiefs, dren's Suits will be cleaned out re- Men's Good, Durable Shoes, all
Ladies' Full-Fashioned Seamless values. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .18y'o! mines, sweliest of the season's 15c values .. .. .. .. ., ..' .-. ..7c gardless of cost or value. 'Don't J
Good Huck Towels, 15c values, fabrics, worth up to $1.25 yard, Half Hose, black tan and fancy leather, all popular styles $1.75
Clean Fast-Black+ Hose, 20c values.. ,.13cLadies' per .8c Clean-Sweep price,per yard .. .76c 15c value .. .. ., .. .. .. .. .7c miss this grand opportunity. and $2 values, Clean-Sweep ,_ ,
Sweep price per pair Extra-Large Huck Towels, 25c 36-inch Black Taffeta the kind Genuine Lisle Hose, black and Men's Good. Durable Pants, in all price .. .. .. O. .. .. .. .. ..$1.37 l'I >
Fine Handkerchiefs, lOc 35c value .. .. .. .. .. ..19c I
values, all to go, per pair .15c that wears, guaranteed regular fancy colors, $1.50 values, Clean- .
values 3cLadles' 'j Bleached Table Damask. 58 inch oil-finish, per yard.. .. .. ..,..89e Negligee Shirts, 65c and 75c value, 43eMen's price .. .. ..' ,. .. .S8c -Men's $3 Oxfords, all shapes, at $2.48 ;
Sweep
Fine Hemstitched Handkerchiefs es.Vide.'. actual value 35c, 36-inch Taffeta"Silk, in black Good, Extra-Heavy Web ?
15c'values .. o. .7c Clean-Sweep price, per yard. .23c and colors,, best ever shown in Suspenders, 15c value, Clean- Men's Fine Worsted Pants in all "Just Weight" celebrated Shoes t
Ladies' Undervests, Full Taped, Red Table Damask 58 inches ." the city, all new, regular $1.00 Sweep price.. .. .. .;' .. .. ., 9cMen's stripes, $2 and $2.50 will be sacrificed in this sale, '

Sweep lOc and price 12%.c values, Clean-.. ..7c price wide, ,30c. ., value.,. .Clean-Sweep.. ..18Y.1c values yard .. 'Clean-Sweep.. ... .., .. .p price.. .*,. per.. .69c Clean Guyot- weep Suspenders price.,, *Soc.. .value l-,.19c popular values, Clean-Sweep price ,. .,$1.48 $3.50 values .. .. ,. .. .. ..$3.14

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AGE FOURTEEN THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 10, J 1908

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Bowels l LOB. ROLLING OFTHE. f A Woman's Shirt.. waist. iNW[ CHRISTIAN1 i -MONDAY BARGMNSAT t


OUR-Intestines, are .lined InsiJe. -
with millions' of suckers, that Is one of the hardest'thingsin I '

Y it draw passes the them.Nutrition But.from if.the food-as food .. T E FLORIDAOODMEN dle make thq.laundry> and a specialty for this'.businessfo of reason shirtwaistshere hank..,1fe.: SCIENCE S [ [ : --


passes too slowly it decays before it gets _The greatest .cai3. is exv: .
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through. Then the little suckers draw Poison ercised all the way through the : '

from makes it a instead Gas that of injures Nutrition.your system This Poison more W [ damage waist:process leaves is Eof, done'laundering here and and the'shOlrt'reaches::.go.no' : CHURCH'll U 3F A L.B. : 'Si

than the food should have nourished it. ,
you with all the daintiness of .a< '
i The usual remedy for this delayed pass- new one. Send us'yours. An innovacation you'll appreciate.

; age (called Constipation: ) is to take a big ;;}

dose of Castor Oil. Extensiye Precautions are Being The Star SteauiLaundry. Dedication of Magnificent Structure >& 4 Would you'save money on Millinery?

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This merely make slippery the passagefor Made for the Big Event in Will Take Place in f \ ) Remember we have what we advertise and

unloading the current, cargo.It Jacksonville.The ''. Boston TQd y. "'I Ilqf'! values as we represent them to be. No last j(.
does not help the Cause of delay a 57 & atrflen St. Phone 114.Penticola. .

trifle. It does slacken the Bowel-Muscles, .Fin .. !l7J1 ( season's goods are sold at these sales, only this

and weakens them for their next task. Woodmen all over Florida andGrorgla Special to The Journal.; 'f. rJi 'a'. season's newest i ideas. \
Another remedy is to- take a strong preparationsto r .
making
,"Physic." like Salts. Calomel.Jalap Phosphate ;- are busy Boston, Mass., June -The dedication 50 dozen Untrimmed Chiffon Hats
i attend the annual picnic and logrolling to-morrow of' magnificent :;! i ,
of Sodium Aperient Water, or any of ; SAFES SAFES SAFES! SAFES! a ,, '
to be held here June 27th and. I new addition to the Mother Church ot 75c
these mixed. ; 1) all shapes and colors values up to t
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.8th, says the Jacksonville Metropolis.! Buy Eiebold Safes. the Christian Science denomination, tt l
What does the "Physic" do? ia Boston, is an event of the highest,
choice
The handsome one hundred page Scarritt Moreno Agent. $3.00 Monday your -
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It merely flushes-out the Bowels with : significance in the history of this religious -

a waste of Digestive Juice: set flowing into I souvenir program gotten up for this '. body. The interest of all i Hats and Iv,
25 dozen
occasion will be ready distribution \. Christian Scientists is centered on Ready-to-Wear

the Intestines through* *the tiny* suckers. I in a few days. This souvenir has been BOSSO'S Boston, ana' thousands from all partsof Trimmed Sailors and Dented effects, 15c

compiled with great care and at a the world are thronging the historic
from $1.50
Cascarets are the-only safe- medicine for i considerable expense and will reflect old city. The regular CommunIcn regular prices range to

the bowels. I great credit on the progressivenessof Ice Cream Fact ry of the Christian ScienceChurch always $3.00, Monday your choice -

They do not waste any precious fluid of I the Woodmen of the.World of this brings a multitude of its adherents \.

the Bowels as "Physics"- do. I I can furnish you cream In- to Boston, but the abdication of 1 10 dozen Children's White Straw
city.All the structure this has made
They do not relax the Intestines by greasing the railroads leading into the any quantity. Satisfaction the new attendance unusually year large. Sailors, silk streamers, the kind you 75 I
f them inside like Castor Oil or city have arranged one fare plus 25 guaranteed. C
They simply stimulate CIYCCTine'l cents for the round trip from all pointsin PHONE 1326 Built as the result of a spontaneous : always pay $1.50 for, your choice
the state. This low rate will bring SAM BOSSO. Prop. recognition: of Mrs. Eddy's life f fcfe
Muscles to do their work local I work of -'
thousands of people here. and the and the imperative demands!
Portably and nutritiously. I committee are making extensive I of the marvelous growth of the move- TR1MModarn"ILL1NER t

Cascarets are as safe to use constantly I preparations to entertain and amuse Florida and Alabama, I ment expressing the liberality of a
$s they are pleasant to take. I I the b''g: crowd in a royal manner. thousands of Christian Scientists and

!i I For the first day Woodmen headquarters LAND COMPANY !embodying the best in architectural 150 Trimmed Hats at Radical Price Reductions, new and fresh, ct h rfr\

They are put up in .thin- flat-,roundcornI: will be established at the will Du-be i I new design building and modern is logically construction the central, this ,made of the very finest materials, nothing but new Summer )Q I II I '
house
val where
Bred Enamel boxes so they can be carried kept armory for all members open of the order. In I I and Manufacturers Dealers .in of i feature of this year's gathering al- styles. A marvelous collection. Values from$8 to$15, Monday choice fwv/vy '
In a man's vest pocket or in a woman's !! though Christian Scientists say that
the afternoon there will be a grand LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN. *
purse aU! the time, without bulk or trouble. I' parade composed of the Woodmen of i ULES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. they lay the greater stress upon the 150 Trimmed Hats. The former prices of these ,Rats were $3 to $5 when compared

The time to take a Cascaret is not the World in emblematic costume, __ spiritual awakening:: which has In- with Millinery generally sale in dry goods stores. We'shall clean them oat $1 j .75

only when you are Sick, but when you I uniform rank degree teams, Wood 1 'spired the enormous liberality' ex 4 Monday at half price. Selection consists of the fashionable colors. and new j(.

first suspect you need one. Price lOc abox. men Circle Boys of Woodcraft the pressed.Facts. :
camp goat and his chain victims emblematic SCHOOL BOARD About New Church. straws. Take your choice Monday at -
Be very careful to get the genuine,
floats etc. The first night ,
made only by the Sterling Remedy Company The church is on? of'the largest, if Extra Salespeople. Everything to make quick and satisfactory sales.
i June 27th the log rolling will take BUYS E. "ILL BLOCK not the largest, in the United States,
tad never sold in bulk. Every tablet I place at the Duval armory. A number Its
seating Its
capacity being 5,012.
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stamped ." of hapless victims will be on style of architecture is Italian Renais SALES STARTS AT 8 O'CLOCK f MilLINERY inn SOUTH

I, hand and as the W. O. W. goat has sance. The paws and other Interior ONLY, TALK 0 STREET, t
i I been in special training and is in the FINE SITE PURCHASED FOR upoiwork; finishings are of mahog :;
FREE TO OUR READERS I pink of condition the Woodmen takea any. The walls are Concord granite =;=
It has been arranged to mail free a : pardonable pride in predicting a SCHOOL BUILDING WHEN! and Bedford storiQ, with beautiful WmWIF tf "7t 1JOURNAL'S j(.

beantifnl little French-designed GOLD- rousing time in the old town that NEEDED.The decorative carvings. The Inside fin- ,
PLATED trinket box, hard-enameled in night ish ,is a soft gray to harmonize with I
pretty most liberal colors,offer a handsome ever made ornament and we, ,, Next day, the 28th will be spentat the Bedford stone columns support but, though her address is ''D lta," Gregory" and others, instead of sea:;

want every reader to have one. Ten Phoenix Park Amusements will ing the dome. The height of the I ,her envelope is postmarked "Escanv ing their envelopes outside, turnei
cents in stamps is asked as a measure i school board has purchasedfrom J N ARMY
Of good faith and to cover cost of Casearets I be provided in infinite variety, so that building to the top of the lantern is I bla, June 1, p. m.," received at "Pen- the flaps inside so that they stuck!
with which this dainty box is not a dull moment will be experience W. H. Knowles block No. 173 224 feet, Just one foot higher than i
is fast
loaded. 1 sacola June 1, 11:30 a. m. This to the coupons and were M bad
I during the whole day. Dancing, music New City, and will, when conditions IBunker Hill monument. The dome is I
Send today, be sure to mention this boat shooting galleries and I 82 feet in diameter and is covered one of those problems peculiar to ly torn in trying to get them out,,
paper and write your address plainly. I races, require it, erect thereon a school I
Address Sterling Remedy Company, similar amusements will be crowded }with terra cotta to match the Bad- the mail service that can not be they had to be thrown out of the
Chicago or or Ntw"ork.. 733 I building for the benefit of the East ford The a'' T TURNED[ OUT T TIN
into every hour of the day, ending Hill stone. building presents solved by even a puzzle editor. When contest.
with a play at night by the popular patrons. .I stately, dignified and impressive appearance did you mail your answers Miss Braxton Blount, Carrabel'.e'! ; Minnie\
Mabel Page Company. The consideration was $4,000.00.which and It is'already recognized
I Barbare, city; Rosa Clayton, Bond
? June 1 and it
(Nancy was Friday
the board regards as a reason- as of the lauataarks of Cos-
Lunches and refreshments will be one :Miss.; :Leon Tracy, Century. Hal
THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO on sale under the auspices of the, able figure. The block is located between ton.The might prove interesting if you will Creary and Thompson Walker, Corinth ,

.. i Woodmen at popular prices, so that 11th. and 12th streets, and 12th first floor contains the various FORCE[ let The Journal know what day ana Miss., adaTessed their eu elopes

APALACHICOLA, FLA. none need go hungry, but can remainon and 13th avenues.. Is two blocks from offices, a large foyer, Sundayschoolroom hour your answers were dropped in I only to the "Pepsacola .loir
the all automo the car line on the north and three the Escambia: office. r.al" and .
ground day.The cloakrooms: "etc.r There aretwelve they were opened in : J
bile blocks from the car line on: the east, ; Thomas and : Cusachs Kasten business ,
contest will be
Manufacturers of decided at the exits and seven staircases Mary office instead of the P z
park on the evening of the 28th. This! and is practically In the center of The cost of the building' Is something Soderquist, Florence B. C. ((330 zie" department and all missed 1;'
machine is now on exhibition at the what will be the residence section of Jess than two million dollars. Then (Continued from Page Nine) iW. Zarragossa), Aubrey Weiland, J. contest. Address your envelope :>

Cypress Shingles. store of Fred T. Gilbert, and will be East lUlL when the w chimes consist of'" leven: bells phy, city; Clara Thompson, city; 1W. Edrehi some one at 608'11 East Puzzles, Journal, Pensacola, Fla'
given to some one on that occasion. Just new school building made by the Meneely Tell Co., of Georgia ., Padgett, Escambia: Fla.;
will be erected has been determiS-
V> x4"x18" Readers of The Metropolis: will be..1 not Troy N. Y. The largesb bell, whichis Minnie Barbara city; Robert Bryant
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tAt x 5" x 18"I I kept Informed cf .the details as fast j needed.ed, but it will be put up as soon as c. sharp, weighs 4000 Ibs. The Grant, city; Evelyn Weller, Little PBNSAGOLA' FLORIDA, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 10, 1906

as completed. The executive committee I ; smallest bell weighs 400 Ibs. The Bayou; Thelma DeLay Little Bayou;
Cypress Tanks of all Descriptions.i has been quite busy of late, gathering -! .I organ is necessarily one!of the larg- Inez DeLay, Little Bayou; Angelina I II

'Write for Catalogue and 'Price List. the material for the souvenir I OFFICERS NOMINATED est In the world. It is strictly up-to- !Faggiona, city;, Josephine Faggiona.I PUZZLE ANSWER 'COUPON
program but now that is complete and I date and contains all modern appli- city; Edna Riedel city; Eva D.'owe .

S -- -- other details will betaken up. Let BY FIDELITY: : LODGE ances. Bagdaa', Fla., ; Leon Touart,I I r
a everybody make arrangements for a Century Fla.; Martin Gieger, city; I, Answers Must Ba Written on This Coupon Blink. No
holiday on this occasion. ''Fidelity Lodge No. 68.Knights ot Bulldog a Menace to Health. Rosa Clayton, Bond, Miss.; Allred E. Attention Will Be Paid Those Not Written On It. No ..
Do You Want The I Pythias held, an enthusiastic meet healih.We to this Rule.
The bulldog Is a menace to- Reed, city. Exception
:i I ing Friday night after which the I
have this on authority of a
THE TURKISH KAIK. following officers team were nominated forth noted French physician who says that Nearly Correct My answers to the puzzles in The Journal today we as follows:
i ensuing : The missed only one of
because of his large month the bull- following
d It More Closely Resembles the Gondola LA.. C. Johnson, chancellor cOmmander. the ten puzzles pictured in Mary's I
dog is a great purveyor of disease, especially No.1 !
BEST Than Any Other Craft. Garden last Sunday I
>a of consumption, diphtheriaand II
J. D. Alexander vice chancellor.
i Crawford the author, to whose skillful Ole Borras, No.1, Heliotrope; I
the like the from the
as dribbling
J. W. Andrews, master of work.J. .
Marion Watson No.4,
is Floyd Trice I
pen Constantinople indebted for W. Bullard, prelate.Jas. heavy, loose jaws is Incessant. Those No.2
China Hartman No.
volumes aster; George ,
t I one of the most charming ever Whiting master of arm issued in'its has word to ;
praise a say
P. Campbell, inner guard. risk. He traces cases of in-
many Emma
about the Turkish boatmen and their \idel White, No.4. Hysop; No. 3
Tackle J. outer "
Fishing Stockard guard. -
fectious disease especially among !Peake's No. 6 was obscure but we
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vehicle, the kaik."Constantinople
young children to households in which give her the benefit of the doubt this
much; writes
owes bulldogs are kept as pets. When we time; Willie MoArthur, :Mary :Jones, No. 4 :
be "to the matchless beauty of the The Gardener I
Tennis, Golf, Baseball and Athletic add to this the Invariable ferocity of \Mac Hodgkins No. 9, Rosenbery; Marion -iI I
three waters which run together be- It is at once the joy and the despairof -
Edwina Pollock No.
the beast, the danger to whlc'children Anderson, ,
4 Goods, the best Phonographs and rec neath its walls, and much of their a gardener that his work' Is never and other indecent and defenseless 10, Anemore; Odos F. McQueen, No.5

ords, the best Dog Medicine, the best reputation again has become worldwide done. His materials are growing, people are exposed whenever roams 'Laurie Traweek, Carey StewartSam-
by the kaik. It is disputed and changing, ever Tarring things., This is
Bicycles, the best Tires the best disputable whether the Turks copiedthe an endless delight to a man' who lives' the streets or highways, we have an NIJ. 6 .
In favor of his disposal that
argument
Typewriters, the best Lock and Key Venetian gondola or whether the with his garden and watches: bis; plans cannot be gainsaid. Away with bull- liam Rosasco; Lizzie ,Carlin, Edward
Venetians Imitated the Turkish kaik grow up. When he makes a garden for Anderson, Angus Douglass Hilda and
Fitting, best Trunk Repairing, best but the resemblance between them is another It is a different natter.; Then, dogs! Marguerite Anderson... Genevieve N0.9No.

Gas Lamp and last but not least the so strong alto make it certain that after spending his best thought and /Henry, Nennah, Nancy and Mary Sou-

best> Boiler Skates? they have a common origin. Take skill, the garden must.bo turned over If City Noise Jar You. der, Bma Harris, Herbert Riedel, . -.
from the gondola the else' ,' or hood : into the hands of the Philistine, who Get some spermaceti, roll a wad large Allan,- Willie Ribert, Mamie Myrtle n .
: SVty. so to and the rostrated stem and the remainder may, doubtless will, spoil his color effects enough to fill the ear orifices put it in and Hill Glover, Vivian Parker Emory ,

is practically the kaik. It isof make gaudy what before was a piece of fine cotton cloth tied with H., and Dorothy Skinner Geraldine I No. 9 .
thread and insert into ears on retiring, Clegorn Roy Myers, :Mary Ida
rich, introduce where
all craft of its size the swiftest, the tawdry display

r F. B. BRUCE most ftrtable easy, and to handle the Turks'generally and the most com-are are before the was things a sensitive that try delicacy.men's souls,These and pressing the ball of it quite spermaceti firmly will therein closely so that fill Jones Hancock.McDavid, Louise, Ernest Helen Cooper McClusky McDonald, No.,,10:Minerva,Myrtle Four- 1 I! No. 10. : ]

will continue to try them until the own.. up all the air space in the ears. You
1 PENSACOLA, FLORIDA idmitted to be the best oarsmen in o'clock.As Name.Street.
Europe. ers of large places acquire. some de- will find it quite effective for barring a number of puzzlers did not I

F .. "Indeed they. have need to be, for gree of sympathy with and. under noises, and hence inducing "nature's !find the 'Answer Coupon" in The
both the Bosporus and the Golden standing of art.-Century. sweet restorer balmy sleep," to get in Sunday Journal, but sent answers I) No. J

:\ Horn are crowded with.craft of every Its good work. This ear plug is harm- any way, they are accepted, as It was ... .
The 1906 Model kind and made dangerous by the swift- Child'. View of Art. less and cheap. It helped me out great the mistake of The Journal "make
est of currents The distances, too, are A lover of rare old china had a collection Iy years' ago amid the city's din my up" man. -

RemingtonSholes very great and such ,as\ no ordinary that was the envy of her visit- sense of hearing being intensely keen A package of answers to the"farm
oarsman would undertake for pleasure ors. One day a little girl came with and temperament neurotic. It Is wortha implement" puzzles-from ul

t.l1 for the sake of exercise. It is no ber mother for a call, and,being seat- trial and I have no patent on it- ICarl Thorpe! Dennis Eagan, Pauline Let FillY Wan
t !joke fo pull fifteen. or. sixteen miles ed In the living room wonderingly New York Herald. 'Sigari and1 others-was received this our Grocery

Y J against a stream which in some places eyed the array of antique dishes. The week.

with its new billing attachmentsand runs four or five knots. an.. hour. hostess was much pleased at the child's Virginia C. Wa'ker's correct answer
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instantly interchangeable car evident admiration of her treasures and The Young Writer In Fiction. to "Farm Implements" was received -

c .riages ribbon,movement tabulator, is and the two-color most com- Model dlekDe. said, "Well my dear" ,, what do yon In fiction the young writer with 'Pensacolafay too late. 31,Was 5:30 postmarked p. m"Three . .
plete combined The pretty girl had told the artist think of my china? The child looked a spontaneous imaginative creation, empty; envelopes were re
that she had posed before and on the up and pity was In ber eyes as she whose taste relishes the concrete worldof ceived. There's a lot of stuff sold for food that's not good

Billing andCorrespondence strength of .that statement she got a I asked, "Hasn't you dot any pantry?" nature and humanity about him-all Several envelopes had names on

Job. She hadn't held the pose ten minutes -'- ; the beauty, mirth and pathos of it- them ami several unsigned coupons enough-to eat-or safe to eat. We try to let the

before she turned .deadly, white more than the images of the world had all the answers nicely, and some other fellows have all" the business in that line.
and sank to the fioor., conveyed through literary, tokens hasfrom tbrrectly written, but after they had
machine manufactured. Designedas "Model sickness,** _said the experienced the first ;an advantage. In that been withdrawn from the envelopes Tpo.hot to do much
it was for fast service,built for A Woman's Health < cooking now, anywaytrysome
hard use, recommended by experts artiat after she had gone. "I he "makes upon his read rs' minds a which were thrown. aside there was

and guaranteed against wear, it is knew she was lying for the first timers can best be safe guarded by an occasional wholly native impression. lie makes no means of telling in which the correct of our Fresh Imported Swiss Cheese 35c
if the editor
offered as the idealTypewriter :always get it. It is as' well defined .a dose of Hostetter's Stomach himself known directly'by showing us ones belonged, even
the I had time to look them up. per lb., McLarin's: Cheese in jars 25c. Glueten
complaint as seasickness and has to be Bitters. It is especially: compoundedfor lineaments oJ his spiritual face, the ,

f treated'the same way. It is a form of such ailments as the sex is sub- charm of feature mood and temper Letters Received. Flour in bulk.

nausea nndis'caUsed is much by the ject to and is backed by a 53 years which makes an.lmpreS8loat our first So _many pretty letters were re-I

for producing the most good work in nervous strain the new model is al- record of cures of same.. :Every woman reading like that of first seen facesin ceived that that all cannot be print.
the shortest time with the least effort. ways,Tinder,as by the unusual experi- our real human contacts.: Sucb ed, but the writers may be sure that
Write today for full description. ence of standing in 'one position. I needsHosteller's writers are vital l personalities in our each Is read''and appreciated, whether

Local Agents wanted for have had big, strong men even ne- "- literature. They do not need to walt from new puzzlers who are all

unoccupied territory. groes, go the same way.. It is some- Stomach Bitters They may come to us as children come, welcome, or from "regulars" anxious
THE ARITHMOCRAPH CO. thing every artist has to make allowances as soon as they can speak, having only to capture one of the prizes One East Hill Grocery Companyf.
at some time or other.. It :sickly, to young man (U) writes: "I don't want
MajesticBidg., ChicagoJACKSONVILLE. for, and only practice' can cure to break with infancy; in their.books
make her well and ,If well to keep the candy as bad as I do the dollar
,r, .t it, although I'know old models who her so. It .cures Female Ills; Cramps, they grow up before us, giving us cause candy makes I sick.

MLA still suffer from it, especially if they Backache, Dyspepsia,. Indigestion or plain notice of their adoleyence and Nancy Sanders sent correct answers M. BOWES Phone 212

" 204 West Bay Street., I are in. an awkward.:, pose.- "-Exchange. --, Costiveness. maturity.-.. M Alden in Harper's. to the "Farming' Implements" Mgr. '





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Y i:. HEAT IS OFTEN 1H HARD : r OF ALL; TONICS
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ON'j .. The ingredients 'that
G. enter into S. S. S. and the method of combining -

and preparing them so that they build up and strengthen

every part of the body, make.It the greatest of all
: Enthusiastic Ware for the Nebraskan tonics. S. S. S. is nature's

:remedy-PURELY VEGETABLE -and while! it is restoring the lost -
Under such circumstances the bod Over All overcoming that tired run-down and appetite -
tion n eels nutri-; Sweeping feeling, other ailments common to Spring, which
needs it badly, and such form warn us that it is,necessary totake a tonic it is
'as: imposes of the : ; purifying the blood of all poisons and waste !
the least tax upon the dIgestIon. Parts Country. matter so that it.ca n. supply to the system the strength and nourishment it needs to keep it -

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Gerst beer pieets these conditions -- perfect condition'during the depressing summer months that are to follow. '.
perfectly! It is .
with malt extract i in"liquid form (a form to heavy Washington, D. C., June 9.-Judging Spring is the season when most every ,
easy digest
and contains just enough alcohol ((31-2 percent.) to insure) from the enthusiastic: wave thatis one needs tonic. It is nature's time for AN EFFORT TO PULL THROUGH THE DAY.

assimilation, and is therefore good for you. ".. sweeping the 'United States from renewing and changing. ; and as everything I have used S. S. S. quite extensively and unhesitatingly

The hops are a nervine quieting the nerves, Banishing 'Maine to California the public men inWishington puts .on new.'life, the sap rises In vegetation recommend it as the best blood purifier and tonic mafia.
a and the pure water insomnia freely predict that the I am a machinist by trade and at one time
quenches thirst, refreshes and ) the earth thaws from my system was
cleanses the out its winter
of waste. system freezes so run down that 10 o'clock
Gerst by
beer I
is just what you'need for the next democratic nominee for the pres- every day would be completely -
summer'season. and all exhausted, and it
respond. to Spring's call to was with the greatest effort that
Drinlsit at home and idency of the United !States will be purge I could pull through the balance of the
at all resorts and day. Since taking
themselves
t. William!;] Jennings, Bryan. purify there is a greatchange S. S S., however, all this has disappeared. I am a strong,

ft is certain that no public character also 1 takes.p 1 lace in our bodies., Th vigorous man, abundantly able to do my day's work, my
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The Wm. Gerst Brewing Co. .c. on his return to his native shores blood endeavors appetite has been whetted up so that I can eat ,
.% Nashville : .f- after an extended pilgrimage to for' throw off the poisons and my sleep is sweet and refreshing, and I know fn anything I
Tenn. eign countries, excepting military and accumulations which have formed in theit has purified my blood and pat it in good condition. I

PETER BELL naval heroes, have ever received the and speak too highly of your great remedy, S. S. S. '
.-i enthusiastic reception that awaits system, |been absorbed by it, from the 817 W.Broad St..Columbus O. A.B. MONTGOMERY.

Ii=OlESALE DEALER Mr. Bryan. It is estimated that his I inactive winter life, and calls upon every

: return will be the means of attract' member to assist in the elimination. The SHE FOUND IT THE BEST SPRING TONIC.
'i ing to New York thousands of people
from all sections, of the country, and system.is often unequal to the struggle, theappetite On two occasions I have used S. 6. S. in the spring with

it is a safe prediction that his set. grows fickle the energies give fine results. I can heartily recommend it as a toIl o and
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H way, blood purifier. I was troubled with headache
indigestion
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ting the spirits are depressed/arid a and liver troubles, which nnder
general run- all disappeared the
viewed in the nature of a public use of
would cause such a commotion. I as down condition is the S. S. S. My appetite, which was ,
LONDON FAVORS Between eleven and twelve o'clock triumph. The public men in Wash- result helped. I can eat poor was greatly
I
anything want now without fear of in-
one night 'Madame a'Angely arid her I ington believe that this pre3a'geS Bry- Then the body must have assistancedigestion, and my blood has been thoroughly cleansed of
husband were in Regent street. M. an's nomination as the next standard all impurities and
it be made rich and
must strengthened and aided tonic strong again. As a tonio
d'Angely left his wife alone while he i bearer of democracy.According by a and blood purifier it is all you claim for it.
VEGETARIANISMRoast escorted some friends to an omnibus to a distinguished gen- and S. S. S. is the ideal one. Being made 171 E.! Main St., Springfield O. MRS. G. WIEGEL.
During has absence a constable tleman this morning, the east is di- from
entirely herbs and
roots barks it does
.__.._ arrested the lady and despite her vided at present by William R. Hearst ,
vegetable restaurant on expensivelines. protestations she was led oft before and William Jennings Bryan with not disagreeably affect the system in any way as do most of the so-called tonics on the market,

Beef of Old Back her husband returned. Bryan in the ascendancy; the south Is which contain' Potash or some other harmful mineral'ingredient
t England a to the stomacH
derange and
The next day in. court, the,constable solid! for Bryan, and Bryan, controlsthe
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Millionaires are looked upon differently swore he had known madame. as west This, according to thh digestion; unfavorably affect the bowels, or otherwise damage the health. S. S. S. tones up

Number Since PackingHouse on this side of the water. :An a disorderly character for at least statesman, evidence that Bryan the stomach and digestion and assists in the assimilation of food; it rids the system of that
three months. His statement was will sweep the next democratic con.
entirelyyunnoticed ]
Disclosures. incident which IIi America would has pass been-aired: corroborated by two fellow officers. vention with comparative ease. always-tired, worn-out feeling, and imparts vigor and tone to every part of the body. It reestablishes -

in the press bare and one paper referred On the prisoner: proving that she hatf "Mr. Bryan will be the conyersative the healthy circulation of the blood, stimulates the sluggish organs, and calms

I to it as "a, very serious com- not been in the country three months'the candidate," said this 'gentleI 1a.n. "He the unstrung nerves which make one feel that he is on the of
officers said it prostration. S. S. S.
ANX. "perhaps" was only will not float abroad.those now-judged verge
ANDREW' CARNEGIE NOT plaint" against Mr. Carnegie}
1 I :\. native of Glasgow, following the one month. The prisoner was remanded erratic ideas that once characterizedhis gives an appetite and relish for food that nothing else does, and by its use we can find our
bus TO DIVEST HIMSELF OF, ana1* later discharged with a course. He'wnl be quiet and conservative. selves
with
,I I calling of a marine engineer.succeed-; as hearty, hungry an appetite in Spring as at any other season.
''ec' warning that she had best not go out He has already made expressions -
by diligence and thrift in saving
WEALTH IN FAVOR: OF A $400. The bulk of this he invested alone at night. that bear out this idea. His It acts more promptly and gives better and more lasting results than any other remedy,
( i. In the House of Commons, shortly pointing out the dangers of socialismand and is absolutely safe because of its
"BRITHER s.cOT"-THE POLICE in a motor-car company, which speedily -I I afterward, the home secretary, Mr. vegetable purity. Dyspeptic, irritable, nervous, debilitated .
the dangers to result from the
METHODS OF THE ENGLISH' |. all, went and having to smash.a mother Having and lost sister his r Herbert Gladstone, was called to account hold that the socialists have gainedon people will find S. S. S. is just the medicine. that is needed for the purification of

and It is not improbable that the democratic party with a the blood which from its diseased condition is
dependent; upon him, the young' man peremptory or impure causing their trouble, as well as
METROPOLIS.! at laid.the facts before Mr. Car the prosecution of the three'constables demand that their ravages for
negie once, feeling sure that a "brither for perjury will: result. In., the be frustrated.;,.shows that the Nebras- toning up and helping the entire system. When you take your tonic this Spring do not

Scot," and a millionaire to boot, meanwhile. ."the*" general inquiry goeson. I gan is carefully shaping his end. experiment but get the best-the tonic with forty years of success behind it, and the one

would not hesitate to make. good his, "The nex ':>J&presidential campaign endorsed the best. all
by
Special to The Journal. If such cases as this were, common will see the:great corporations all'gn- people over the country S S. s., THE GREATEST OF ALL
London, June 9.-The telegraphed loss.The there would be no for TONICS It is at this time when the
I great man returned.the papers cause lengthy ed on the one side or the other in a necessary system is depleted and weakened at every i
reports: of the fight being made in I without so much as a word of sympa- last comment. As; a matter of 'fact the solid phalanx. On account of the point, that the right remedy be used-one that is especially adapted to the condition and
'he United States against the Chicago thy.The suppliant waked a year, hop similar .se took place "twenty scoring that pas been handed out to ,
S. S. S. has
three 'ears'ag proved itself to be this remedy for If it is taken at the first
beef packers has had at least one ing against hope that the check the big corporations and the money many years. signof
remarkable result here. would follow, but at last he decided powers during the last few years, it : Spring the system will be so built up and strengthened that the disagreeable affections of
{ that there is nothing for it but to: DONT! I I is a certainty that these bodies willmake the will be felt
season not
be- as warmer weather
after tennis match
Shortly the comes on.
I I I make the facts public, which he Don't let your child suffer with an effort to control the machinein
ween Jay Gould and Eustace Miles, : This is termed a "deplorable dici"1 that cough when you can cure it with the next administration., This is THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA GJ
who is a confirmed vegetarian, a retdiirant by one paper which.regrats:: that it is Ballard's Horehound Syrup proved by.the\ recent decision of,,the ,
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was openetf( to provide food not uncommon the aggrieved -
t'; so as cure for Coughs, Bronchitis, Influenza : packers to down Mr. Roosevelt politically.
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according to Mr. li1es's'prescription. : engineeer supposes. The referred ; ." .
paper
Unfortunately; the restaurant was in l, to then says: Croup and Pulmonary Diseases. I ANNUAL DIVIDENDScannot
Buy a bottle end try it. I
an unfashionable quarter, near Char-I "Wt-althy'men employ"two or three I B. B. Laughter, Byhalia, Hiss., BRYAN FAVORED BYPROMINENT, NEXT T TUESDAY'S[
:ng Cross, and it was but poorly pate;,.secretaries to do ,nothing but read
I writes "I have two children VIRGINIAN.
: wbo had used
;'I be lost and they be to
:'onizsd: in consequence. It was admitted and return applications' for financial,i I tried different may
croup. many remedies -
then that such an enter'pse assistancee, and sometimes these
'! : might even become immensely popu- minions can hardly get through their:I I hound, but Syrup I must Is the say best your Croup HoreI and- Washington, a prominent, June! 9.-Virginia Marshall law McCormick reduce the premiums each year >if: the insuredso

:.arly, especially]) it sufficiently expea- 'work, while no doubt they consider DEMOCRATIC
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Cough medicine I ever used." Sold yer and democrat; and the man who
five.Since themselves underpaid. Mr. Carnegie by all druggists. t\ placed Senator..Daniel nomination chooses. A life or Endowment Policy with
the news from America rela- it Is true, has'gIven away more j .
T ve to the packing industry; business than most > millionaires but it cannot with a :brilliant speech before the annual dividends in the Union Central Lifeis
Virginia legislature when hewas
at this little vegetarian restaurant be said that he has ever made a I CENTURY LODGE
has picked up wonderfully and it is whole-hearted attempt to divest him- elected to the United States senate, PRIMARY f
now so good that there is talk of self of his wealth.in .favor of those I said to-day speaking of democratic the most satisfactory.

starting a chain of similar establish- | who feel that: they. want it more than NO 81 K. OF P. party possibilities: "I believe the
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ments. he vibes" next presidential election will be B. S. WILLIAMS, General Agent.
fought out on the tariff question. Who
Previously vegetarianism has been #
the standard bearer will be it is dial Thiesen Building. Phone 608.
connected in the public mind with Inquiry into police methods; of deal-
cheap and uninviting restaurants, and I ing with cases of drunkenness and CONFERS 'DEGREES ON CANIQI- cut now to predict. No man in the Sample Ballot Containing Names __ I
undoubtedly the fad is growing rapIdly solicitation is being made by the south, it may be said, even among
I DATES AND ELECTS OFFICERS those who had no sympathy/with with Candidates Who
now. Among the upper classes royal commission as an outcome of of f are
there is a positive revolt against the i the arrest of Madams d'Angely: over FOR ENSUING TERM. ,his 16-to-l idea has a stronger following e
mast beef of Old Englana'. It is a I which the press made a great outcry. than William Jennings Bryan. He Making the Race. 7c-:
common sight at big dinner parties The London Metropolitan Police. is believed still to be a great leader
to t see the meat courses left un- have always been regarded as a thor and a leader better equipped: than o Is Your Kitchen Plumbing Modern? .
'ouched by the majority of the oughly efficient force of men and Special to The JournaL ever for the responsibilities of the RpPSh \ Rrpsy
Guests, and hostesses! find an increasing such incidents as that in point have Century, June 9.Century Lodge, highest rank and gift of his party." Escambia county's second primary While it is commendable to give the utmost

difficulty in providing a variety been very rare. It is questionable No 81, K. of P., of Century, held a occurs next Tuesday June 12, and, although r attention to the construction of bathroom,
o" vegetable food. Ritz might make, whether a case of the same character -, very intersting and enthusiastic meeting SEE OUR $3 WELT SHOE FOR there are only three placeson your

a fortune in starting a fashionable happening, in another country,I'| in their Castle Hall Friday, June MEN, BOTH ,LOW AND HIGH CUT the ticket to be filled and only five advisable to give as equally good attention to the sanitary r

'- I !: 1, when the rank of Page was 'conferred IN ALL LEATHERS' !. $2.50. THE M. candidates contesting in the primary equipment of your kitchen.
on four candidates, and on Fri. & 0.
Is the joy of the household, for without day, June 8th, the rank of Esquire was a good vote is nevertheless expected.The Take into consideration the fact that all 1 your food is prepared in

R ADY'S it no happiness complete.: How conferred in a most impressive'man- following is an unofficial or the kitchen and that the utensils in which it is prepared depend upon
The election officers took of
ner. of sample ballot containing the names
sweet.the picture of mother and babe! *
place for the ensuing term, which re the sanitary
candidates will be voted
COFFEE who upon
the L
Angels smile at and commend the sulted as follows: !1'e. of
Tuesday: i 4Y equipment
thoughts and aspirations of the mother C. C.-L. N. Strickland.V. Ballot !
Unofficial
bending over the cradle. The ordeal through i C.-O. E. Smith. Democratic The Primary Election held the kitchen
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V 0 I C E which the expectant mother'musl pass, how P.-J. C. O'Gwynn.Glover.M. '\ are the Pioneer June 12, 1906. Make a cross (X) I for theircleanliness. ;t tI
of W.F. D.
M.
.tae of the candidate L
before name
ever, is so full of danger and suffering that she mark I I
at .W. T. \V5iite. Coffee Roasters of ---
looks forward to the hour when she shall feel I. .T. A. Carson. of your .choice. Is this fact

the exquisite thrill of motherhood with indescribable. dread and ,fear. '0. G.-S. E. Evans- West Florida. I : alone suf.fidenttowar !
not
Every woman should know that the danger, pain and horror of childbirth 1\[. of E. W. P. Dey. For County Representatives.Vote II I

can be entirely avoided by the use of Mother's Friend,a-scientific K. R. S-O.W. Youngblood ( for two) ,. i

liniment for external use only, which toughens and'renders pliable: all Elected for 1&06. McHWH'S' BLENDS, rant the !Installation
the A large delegation from No. 81 an- II. 0. BAGGETT.
and assists in ,
nature
! parts of
COSTON. a
ticipates a pleasant visit June 12th CHAIS. M. !ri
its sublime work. By its I to Pensacola. 'M. JACOBY. thoroughlysanitary

thousands of women perUTH ER'S have Atria! I I -
passed this great crisis jn NEW PAINT ANID: PAPER no equal. For County Commissioner Dist. No.4. r, kitchen -

fect safety and without pain. [ COMPANY IS ORGANIZED will convince the con Vote for one) I '1 sink? '' ,
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bid at f i.oo bottle Our book Consolidated- noisseur that we H. c. CUOPTON.JNOYA. I j : We would
druggists. Paint and
per by The d Paper WIGGINS.
of priceless l value to all women sent free. Address F R' I E N D Co. is'the latest aspirant for business makt no extravagant I like to examine '1
honors in the local field. It is located -
BfUDHELO REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Om "._, .. at the northeast corner of Inte claims. The Candidates.The I the plumbing in your kitchen and if it is defective, tell you the J

- dencia and Baylen streets; and from I 4Wholesale candidates in the field are all I cost of putting in a ".$tandat." Porcelain Enameled Sink with an ,I II

: -- -- -------"'---.- its announcement elsewhere in The well known. Coston and Bag- I I Ii
= pretty of hot and cold This done,
abundant running water.
Journal today, it is in fine shape to and RetailGROCERS gett led in the race for the legislature ;: I supply !
l" j: i-H"H ,,\t,,$ .! figure with the publio on everything in the 'first 'primary, Coston lacking i cleanliness will be assured.

DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY In the paint and paper line. only 9 votes of having a majority "
shows several
i candidates Clop- : Our booklet, Modern Home Plumbing,
over all of Ae other ; ,
I CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES ,. BRONZ3E CARD OF THANKS.I ton, for county commissioner, also i kitchens equipped with"SteadMsT Sinks. Call, write or phonefor ,.J

i STERLING 'SILVERWARE take this method of thanking the and all kinds of Feed led ;'in his .race, lacking only a few a copy. Every ".JtaniJttf Sink is fully guaranteed.
many kind friends whose sympathyand votes of having a clean majority over

ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS, I assitance were so generously v-' Stuffs.Pluto his two opponents. j}
en during the long illness and at the _
t CUT GLASSWARE. time of the death of my ,husband. NOTICE i l r WIGKIz & CO.Order ) .
Their many kindnesses will never b* pursuant 'to'the. call of the Democratic
i forgotten. Water County Executive Com
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MRS. A. E...BTJJDOL. mittee there will be a sec. "i=;.; <
* Engraving and Fine Stationery.i t- ond primary election held on

w NOTICE.: the Uth day of June. 1906, .. ._ _.__. _. -
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To all "White Wholesale and Retail nominating'candidates --
** Carpenters:-There for .the purpose'of 9
Orders "< will be a meeting Wednesday, June for the following' offices: | Your
Mail Receive Prompt Attention. 13 7:30 p. m., room 1, old'armory Two members of the House of Rep-'

: building. AH are cordially. invited to New Orleans Grocery Co resentative.One ICE 'COAL and WOOD

\ attend. County Commissioner, DistrictNo. frozxx b.e

\ E. 'O. Zadek Jewelry. Col i ANOTHER SHIPMENT'OF'THOSE % 4. FRANK REILLY, i Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company.

$3.50 PANAMAS; ALSO SOME-VEItY Jas. McHugh D'ALEMBERTE, Chairman.Secretary. I Offlc Comer Chase and Tarragon Phone 259.
MOBILE, ALA. FINE ONES FOR $5.00. THE, ,M.- 'A A. H. .
lit; :******i-'i: 'iHHiH'IgHm) 0. I Phone 105. Proprietor.

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7AMERIGAN I1EEN BEER'\

rw Straits. and beautiful house, we can furnish it=in :a manner most ap- '

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r t, Is made very much as you make tea; two of- .the most healthful vegetables !According to Captain Robert B. propriate for a happy bride.

' known to medical science (Malt and Hops), are boiled and the Quick, of the :Morgan liner El Alba

;. essence made into American Queen. 'That is: all there .is to it., The in port from Galveston, Texas, the Come here let us know how much you have to spend j
gulf stream is exhibiting a new idiosyncrasy -
,
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small percentage of alcohol, less than 31-2 per cent, declared

: by physicians to be an aid to digestion.. (Some patent medicines" contain r... the well, known and1 In all master of the mariner;years;! that has and we'll do wonders with it <
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over 40 per cent. of alcohol.) > 7 sailed to and from southern ports

Hops are an unequalled food for weak, starved, shattered, irritable nerves.;, along the tract of that ocean currentit
with- which
< Your doctor will tell you so, and Malt conveys even more nutriment than bread, the never served him the trick.record If you haven't the ready cash to pay for all

: "Staff of Life" Furthermore, you get the two as a liquid,'a form in which the: ed in the log of the voyage just fin

most delicate stomach can digest and assimilate their beneficial properties. It is ished, says the Tampa Herald. Capt. you'd like to put. into the new home, we can arrange that for
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something absolutely needed by every woman, child, invalid, convales Quick avers that the current is going

cent-and in fact by every person weak from any cause. You never hear backward at a location where it what and we'll for the bal-
; of a pale, peevish, dyspeptic drinker of beer. They are healthy people.We should be set strong the other way. you too.. Pay us you.can arrange

invite the most critical inspection of our brewery for cleanliness and (Backed up by 1I. P. Mldboe, 'his
parity, and for high quality of ingredients used. We do not fear comparison. first mate, Captain Quick says the ance to be paid weekly or monthly as suits you best.
strange phenomenon occurred in the

r- V Acme Brewing Co.f Macon, Ga. .J' Straits of Florida five days ago.

R Watch for oufoext ad on"Testing Americas Queen." $ There it is the usual thing to find At least, let's talk it over-come1 in. .
the gulf stream setting' to the northeast

at the rate of a knot an hour.

.. 4J The begins its shore, and turn side the and of current the the current nortnward'is reckonedon is(making set Two Genuine Bargains for Monday Only


to help the steamship on her
homeward trip. ,
::s:: : m. 1 1I 'It was nearly 10 o'clock in the ,

5 SAN N r FRANCISCO N I IN i morning when we passed the light ou ,,

I The American Mediterranean I|:I an Sombrero board Key the ,"Alba said, lying Captain alongside Quick,

pier 37 North River yesterday. 'There We willsell This highly polished cobblar seat
I
t New Orleans Picayune. *i .: feed ordinarily the help we would of the have gulf begun stream.to this hand; *
[N H [S I \
ENCOURAGES When we did not reach Alligator ( rocker at the

;, Reef, about thirty-five miles. further some porch
on, until nearly 1 o'clock in the afternoon
i \} The Gulf of Mexico is a sea one railroad. I I could hot account for it. low price of
t 1t\NYill
thousand miles long from the Straits The road has finally been built by The ship was turning up sixty-eight rocker at the
Cf Florida to the harbor of Tampiw; Sir Weetman Pearson, the English DISASTER[ revolutions, which drives her at a!
end eight hundred1 miles wide from contractor, at the expose} of the i fourteen and a half knot gait, and I'' low price of $1.65either
u the mouth of the Mississippi River Mexican government. It is to be operated \ allowed a half knot for the easterly
I
' This Mediterranean of the West is with the government for a long'' half hour longer than, usual-that is, $1.65regular in Ma- f
surrounded by countries of extraordinary term of years. Its total cost, including NEW Building laws Permit Erection we 'had lost seven knots in the run.
richness in the fertility of the harbor and port improve- {'From Alligator .-Resfj,light to the J price
their soil, the geniality of their cii- ments as its terminals, which constitute -; of Structures Similar to light at Cary'sfort; a .distance of thir- 4 or
mates, the vastness and value otth'er the chief items, will be nearly ty-four miles, the time.. .as two hours,I a the rocker. hogany ,
forests, the variety and extent ki5.000.000.. I' Those and fifty minutes, and, we lost another -!
of their mineral endowments, and in The road is 190 miles long, follow., Destroyed. ) full. half hour H. would seem Oak.
their capability of producing almost ing the only break in the great that the gu'f stream, Instead of set I Ij :

every article of consumption neededfor mountain range that extends through Special to The Journal. ling to th.3 northeast at its usual j t .. '. ... .
the subsistence, clothing and North, Central: and South America," San Francisco, June 'Although'' speed: : of a knot,,and a half:; was setting I
other requirements of i population I and the route is therefore compara-' expert investigation has establishedthe 1 westward at fully .a strength of I
unlimited in numbers, while all the tively level. The chief difficulty in fact that the steel frame and ter- one and a half knots 11\Jiour.
conditions are present compatible building a railroad in the tropics is ra-cotta buildings were the only I "All the way up to Cape Hatteras II II
with the greatest prosperity and the to construct it so that it will with- structures that survived the fire and I the gulf-.:stream wes more feeble than I
highest possible human development. stand the torrential rains. The Te- earthquake, the city building com 1 I have usually found it;-; &nd we lost
AU these countries capable of sus- hauntepic Railroad is most substan- mittee has adopted new ;regulations>I the help of it to the! extent'pf delaying I
taining hundreds of millions of people tiolly built, with rock-ballasted roadbed which will actually encourage a repetition : our passage at hast/eight hours.
are inhabited1 by nations and heavy creosoied ties, heavy of the recent disa6 tr. "Another showing: made by the I
races who live under republican rails, and heavy steel bridges, with An eastern building expert W}'D I'gulf stream told us thai it was run-I.1 1
forms of government and cherish I unusually heavy masonry supports.Yet .I'I'has investigated the subject hpte- ning feebly.! Off Fowey,.Rocks, FlorIda -
t maintain free institutions. The generally have! a favoring
find even with these precautionssome says: i we.
northern coast line of this important I sections: of the track have been i 'The fact is that, the new building current of at least two to three knots
sea is in the great Republic of the washed out a great many times. Experience -I laws will permit" the erection- of build-I an hour. .On this voyage it was
1. United States of North America; the and experiment have finally ings thefsort that were tumbled scarcely one to one antf'.a.half! / knots. .
southern.....half Is in the next greatest I enabled the builders to overcome down by the earthquake: Though':architects -1 11 Passing through the.w aij-*'we were
American republic, that of Mexico,I this difficulty sufficiently so that .no have hammered away at the about five miles off shore. '
while on the east are the important' interruption of traffic is likely to oc- building committee'in an effort to get' Captain> Quick: was ata; loss to ac
Islands of the West Indies with Cubaat cur after the road begins handling into the ordinance some stringent'I count for the turning .back of the
their head. The region around transisthmian freight. The railroad is regulations, which would make it imperative .., gulf stream unlfss a strong easterly ]
this most important sea is destinedto amply equipped with first-class rolling that: new construction should I i wind which had been blowing! since
be far richer, more powerful and stock to hana1e a great volumeof be one of the safest fireproof tile and the liner left Galveston on May 10 I
more distinguished in the history and traffic without delay.So I steel type, their advice has been dis;: had some effect. r
affairs of our globe than were ever complete and extensive are the regarded. The use of gusset plates
those that bordered the anc-.rnt arrangements for transferring cargo and other reinforcements' in steel ANCIENT ROMEis GET YOUR
Mediterranean of; the Eastern Iiemisphere from ship to rail and from rail to was not suggested in vain. now merely a memory of the past R REAL.[ L ESTATE T[
not even excepting Egypt, ship that, according to what are declared "The Croker building, a steel and: Ballard's Snow Liniment is the family
Greece and Rome. liniment of the twentieth cen
to be authoritative representations hollowHHe structure, passed thoughthe
{But the mighty future of this wonderful cargo from a vessel at the earthquake! and fire with fewer tury. A positive cure for Rheuma
region can be left to take care I northern terminus of Coatzacoalcossay scars than any of the other tall structures tism, Burns, Cuts, Sprains. Neuralgia ELECTRIC FANS
.of itself while its present development ; 10,000 tons, can be aboard another that are standing. Tha steeJ l I etc., :Mr. C. H. Runyon, Stan T TRANSFERS N
commands attention. One of ship at Salina Cruz, the southern I cage of this building was strength. berry, Mo., writes: "I have used .
the Interesting events of the moment terminus In from four to five days enea'' with gusset ,plates and no bet Snow Liniment for. Rheumatism and
Is the announcement recently made and in an emergency it is stated I ter example of this style of reinforcement --. all pan.: :: I can't say enough in ita,
that by the end of the the new that the Sold by all drug ,:sts.
year transshipment' could -ba accomplished 'could have been offered. Yel t,: praise. Following! is a list of the real estate
Mexican railroad across the Isthmus in thirty-six hours. The I the building committee gave no heed NOWWe
of Tehauutepec is to be opened to ins same same freight could not- be to the lesson. The members of the PAY DAY. transfers recorded yesterday, reported
teroceanic trainc on a large scale. transferred across the Isthmus of I committee seem to have been in a When a fellow gets up early by the Pensacola"Abstract' Co.: I II
The railroad has been completed for Panama in less than three weeks panic for fear lest they fail to give Bent on rushing' off to town I. J. C. Watson to Henry Pittman,!
some time and is in operation for possibly. longer. '. .I the rebuilders enough latitudes iso And forgetting all his troubles: fractional lots 1, 2 and 3, block 127,' have a large supply for sale or rent
local traffic. It is only awaiting the It is declared1 that the railroad that it will remain with the property Lays asid'e his heavy frown; :, E. Kin g Tract. W. of Tarragona St.,'
completion of its terminal ports ID will not have to wait for business, owners to see that the contractors When he can not keep from smiling $I OOO.:
begin handling ocean freight. These when it is ready to handle it. Con- they employ put up honest buildings And he's cheery in his talk, H. Maneely to McDavid,Hyer Co., They are the finest things in the worldto
ports though they will not be fully tracts have\; already been made with ot the type that withstood the devas- It's a'.sign that it is'pay day the W.
at point
completed in less than two or threeyears several large shippers to carry their tation of earthquake and fire." And the ghost is going to walk. commencing line of a the E&on of Sec. 18,
( will soon be sufficiently advanced freight across the Isthmus at the earliest Under the new building laws deft boundary
ft. N. of NW off the We
30 W., 620 can
S.'of R. keep
T. 2, stegomyia.
to be used vessels of into show windows
by any possible date. From the day the nitely settled on bye the building When he looks
of MoNair block, thence runningE.
terminal ports are ready to receive committee the height of skyscrapers Choosing- things he wants to buy, cor.
N. 20 ft., thence W.
sze.The railroad, being 600 miles north vessels the road will handle more Ca! s A steel-brick: buildings Sizing. up new suits of clothing! 345 ft., thence of be- clean and repair old one.
S. 20 ft. to point
ft thence your
t>f the Panama railroad is that distance traffic than is now being/: bandied by will be 'limited by the' width of the With discriminating eye; :345 ,
nearer the natural line of the the Panama railroad. Arrangementshave streets. Two and onfrbalf times the When he banishes from mem'ry ginning, ?25.
,world's east and west commerce. It been made with a number of width of the street is the agreedupon All the work he's struggled ''Louis Boley to Geo. Wilson, lot 19,
!Will 'bring New York and North At- steamship lines for regular service limitation. This will permit the through, in sub-division of Sec. 36, T. 1 S. of
antic ports' 1,200 miles, and New Orleans between Pacific ports and Salina erection of buildings more than 20) It's a sign he's near his money .R. -30 W.. 10 A.. $300. E. W.
J?| ,and Gulf ports 1,400 miles Cruz and between Coatzaeoalcos and feet high on Market street,. and lim- And a pay envelop's due. Alary Lynch and husband, J. W. PEALiEEXPE'XT
i| nearer to San Francisco, Japan and North Atlantic ports. it them to 135' feet on Montgomery Lynch and Alex MdCnnon to Jas.
China. The sailing time from New New Orleans should be wide awaketo street. It will also bring about 'the Gee! We'd hate to toil and laborIf Mathis, E}: of Sec. 14, T. 3, N. of R.
' York to Coatzacoalcos, the Atlantic make the most of tnis and' every widening of many narrow streets. the ghost would never walkIf 33 W.. $1.00: : :.
terminal port will be six or seven other facility for controlling the The heights of other than..glass. A be should refuse" to know us, Robert McKinnon and Sallie Mc- ELECTRICIAN.
days, two difys less than to Col'w,' trade of our American Mediterranean. buildings Were fixed as follows: Showing tendencies to balk. Kinnon to Jas. Mathis, EVS of Sec.
i be Atlantic port of the Panama'I Class !B, fireproof buildings, 102 Then this life would be so dreary 14T. 3, N. of R-, 33 Wl, 100.
J1 WH' )1' Happiness would fade away, Thos. Freeman, et. aL, to Jas. Ma- Pensacola, Florida.
--- -- -, For we wouldn't do much laughingIf this, E& of Sec. 14, T. 3, N. of R. 33

;i' ". .wera M rewrrWeNn f :m1 mnr we flldn't get our pay.'Paul W., $1.00. Phone 345 or 955. New Star Laundry Buildng.HERBINE :! .
__" ..._ ... __ R Permelia J.
***.1NWt lll ) el uilA'.ura MtuuwR7MVa wrTa Ifi Cook in Birmingham: Age Vernon C. Burns, Burns
m> Herald. and husband, John Burns, to Jas. -
: I Mathis, timber on E>: of Sec. 14. T. --
Our Pianos Excel in Tone Touch Volume and Finish
3. N. of R 33 W., $1 and other con
5 feet; Class C buildings, with metal siderations.
lath, 70 feet wooden lath ,
with
k Y These are four of the leading features of a piano. Everyone of; them 55 feet; frame and-buUdings, >45: feet. FORMACHINIST
EXAMINATION
W possess these features to the highest 'point of perfection, IN BUYING-A to Class be built A and of Class incombustible B buildings,materials are APPRENTICE

iiPIANO buy here for and allowed in any part of,the Ia moil+.erltable phyaic dragon of 111-health It leaven in its path
+iwrectathta
An" will be held within p rehab sn y other on e dis
: examination
city. Class A buildings are to have etas n tier to Americans.o .
; steel frames, carrying all wall and ten days in department of steam WHY? Simply because upon the fret Indication
WE MAKE IT EASY TCM BUY, EASY TO PAY, floor loads. engineering for machinist apprentice.The Quin tie neor tht deeadly mineralusuaUy coarged with

ia ., i Class B buildings are to be built applicants must be between the ,_ Don't Do It. It' ear. It isn't at all
i W In addition to the excelling qualities,possessed by each one of. our either with steel or -reinforced concrete ages of 15 and 17 years, and must S. necessary either. We poeiuveiy guarantee
'T walls supporting ; E:1 pianos. Attend our daily phonograph concerts. Sheet music, at half floor loads, or with walls self-support also a mental examination. The .

I publishers prices. A few second hand pianos at almost any old price: ing only, the floor being. carried on latter will consist rules of reading of arithmetic,writing I bIMIWadrraxruTLTccn yaret7 herbal. Eta any a1 form the of vtrtoea m hrls or quinine fl r
and the ordinary
the steel frame;; all to be fireproof, and calomel-Lone of their dead!)of ecte. !r
1' wish including' fractions and the rule of! Lorreotiaua.*,kUaer oaditomacb trmbfefc
you to pay. and except the frame, to be equal in I SOcperbottl Af1 Drujr fsti.i .
a all respects to Class A. three.. <
l .Class C buildings to be built with They must serve until they ar? 21 j
Oldest and Largest 114-116 S. P",I+{DiSt. of The until they ar-
pay
brick or concrete walls and timber years age.
; Clutter Music House
: :1; Music Florida House in I Phon 15PENSACOLA I I interior; to bs in effect the same as, rive.at: ,.the> age of 21 is 20 per cent : i -

GEO. W. C. CLUTTER, Tres. B. E. CLUTTER Sec:, Class B. Class C buildings r of this, : Of a first class!! machinist's pay and
E- sort will be allowed in all parts ol increases 10'per .cent each year until
1tA"' )r"''' 'f! '''" m .I4 "
TIUV14WraitT ::.J... uNU kA t the city- -. 7- their time expires. ALL DEALERS.i .
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