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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 12, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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REPORTS ON SMOOT CASE] :'BANKERS, SESSION. SECOND PRIMARY Hi


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FORMER. MENARE H.. "A, Blount, of. Pensacola Responds CAPTAIN JOHN MAL1TANOTELLS : Candidates and Their Friends are t i .f:. A r. .

The Matter Will Be Called Up at INSURANCE

to Address of Wel- Hard at Work to Get Out >} _i'} : .

Earliest Possible Moment Con- Of' MEXICAN PRISONS
HELD FOR TRIALGILLETTE in Atlanta. i <
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AND CRANNISS VICE PRESIDENTS OF MUTUAl LIFE" .. .
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SMOOT IS PLEASED IN'DICTEO FOR 'FORGERY-GILLETTE ALSO HELD Floridians Being Entertained b by Y YGeor MONDAYA.S N T E Crowded to Suffocation With FIVE ARE RUNNING 1 j ',' i I

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FOR PERJURY. g. Drunken Negroes and Mexicans .1 ," I
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By Associated Press. I under the direction, of District" Attor and Filled With Nomination of Coston for Legislature t' .1

{With Position of Senator Bailey New York. June H.-; :-Dr. ,Walter RJ I, ney .Jerome. Gillette was also' indicted NUMBER. : OF ADDRESSES: DELIVERED HOTTEST T un Filth and Vermin.NO .

Gillette and Robert A..Cranniss, form.! on a charge-of perjury. Both AT JOINT SESSION' -RECEPTION is Conceded. ;
that Expulsion is Necessary.TEXAS erly vice-presidents of the Mutual men surrendered, were arraigned and : J '
Life Insurance Company, were !Indicted held) to bail for a' hearing ills, first TO VISITING LADIESIN >1 '
to-day on charges of forgery Monday in September. Gillette's PLACE TO SLEEP, NOTHINGTO > t
RACE WILL
BE BETWEEN
BAG.
by a special grand jury which has bond is ten thousand dollars and that AFTERNOON AND BANQUET THIS YEAS E "

SENATOR BELIEVES HE! hen investigating. insurance matter, of Granniss five thousand. ., BY. CLEARING HOUSE ASSOCIA- EAT OR DRINK,.AND COULD GETT AND JACOBY FOR SEAT IN '

BE REMOVED EXCEPT ,
CANNOT '* NOT COMMUNICATE WITH
LOWER HOUSE
d TION AT NIGHT. -CLOPTON AND

TWO-THIRDS VOTE-GAL. FRIENDS SUCH WAS ,
BY A Secretary Wilson EXPERI-
Explains WIGGINS WILL PROBABLY -
Thermometer at the Weather Bureau
L'NGER PLEADS WITH -PRESL : 'By Associated Press. ENCE OF HIMSELF AND FIVE MAKE CLOSE RACE FOR COUNTY r r

DENT ON BEHALF OF NAVY 3E- The Cotton Acreage ReportBy Georgia At1 .nta..June'Bankers .-Associations The Florida mil and Registered 91 Degrees at i OTHERS OF CREW OF SILAS COMMISSIONER. '

I here today in joint annual session STEARNS.The .
SERTER.By. S the'former being entertained by the 2 p. m-Minimum Was 15.
Associated Press. crease of 6.2 per cent is not all for latter In return for th., same compliment -
Washington June 11. Assistant this year. Fully one-third of the estimated of last year when the Floridians -- Today will witness the second go- ..
Associated Press. Secretary' Ha>s. of the Department oi increase last month was attributable were hosts at Atlantic Beach. BAROMETRIC'' PRESSURE WAS' experience of the fishermen of round in the battle of ballots, and at ,

Washington, June 11.-Majority and Agriculture gave out a statement today to. rectification of 'last The joint session' lortaV_ was occupied the schooner Silas Stearns, of the though there has outwardly been but ;;,
minority reports of the committee 011'' r regarding the cottcn acreage report year's work to bring it into harmony with an address of welcom? LOW, OWING TO DISTURBANCEOFF fleet of Warren & Co. who little *
arrested interest'manifested in
were
the see- ; ,
of June 4. He the with the of cotton
priri eges and elections in the case of says depart census report by John Temple Graves, and response :
Senator Reed Smoot were presented ment is convinced the acreage planted ginned. The statement was by Secretary ; by W. A. Blount of Pensa THE SOUTH FLORIDA by the Mexican authorities ODd primary, the result tonight in the ?

In the senate today, the former by I is about 28,688,000 but the Inr Wilson. cola, and L. C. H'ayne, of Augusta, CIJ'AST-GALE: OF THIRTY-SIX upon the charge of poaching and who number of votes polled will probablybe
Senator Burrows, declaring Smoot not Ga. '.. languished in jail until the authon- a surprise. >

entitled to his seat and the latter by I Charles H. Treat, United States I I MILES' AN HOUR SUNDAY AT ties chose to Hberata them, was anything The apparent lack of interest is due '

Sena'or Foraker, taking: an opposite Treasurer, spoke on the relations of i I i but pleasant, to from the to the fact that there few .
judge are so can
\'if\\, : MUT IWi BRYAN national treasury to banks and bankers JUPITER. I I
PROPOSED r s & J. s SAYS' '
Senator Bailey, a member of the R. E. L. Marshall, of Baltimore, I I story told by Captain John Malfitano, didates to be voted for in the primary
committee said that while wncurinj addressed the convention on the subject who with the five members of his of today, but those whose names appear

in the majority view he believed of bills of lading and Joseph A. Saturday was warm, Sunday was; cre ,-reacl1ed port a few days ago. upon the ballots have not been .

Smoot "could not be deprived of his McCord of Atlanta A member of the warmer, but the climax was reached To b,9, in a strange country, a prisoner idle during the past week, but have
seat under the constitution: except bya "IT legislative committee ;"of the American '
resolution of expulsion.! INSPECTION mTS Bankers Associations poke oa yesterday at 2 p. m., when the ther-( .and not allowed to communicate been out stirring up their friends, and _, .

Senator Burrows gave notice that currency legislation.The I I mometer of the Weather Bureau on with anyone, is anything but pleasing each candidate expects to get every l .

he would call up the case at the earliest afternoon 'was given to a drive I top of the Custom House registered but add to this a small prison possible voter to the polls. It is thus

possible moment consistent with i about the city and a reception to the 91 degrees in the.?hade. The heat Infested with vermin of all kind's, In' believed that a much larger vote than ,

publics( business. I LAW.f S SUDDEFI"WenAdvised' [ [ visiting ladies., I was not oppressive3 however, as aLri'Sk which were crowded fifteen or tweu- was expected several days a'gO will be "'
Senator Smoot was in the chamber. A banquet was tendered bf the Atlanjta breeze was blowing throughout ty drunken negroes and : Mexicans) polled.
I when the reports were submitted. He ,. Clearing.House Association this the day. At noon the 'barometer was '
smiled broadly at Senator Ba'ley'sstatement. evening. J. JtfeCord,was toastmaster low, inalcating: 29.66, caused by the who were fighting and vomitin:? over" There are only five candidates before
i and aa'dresSeS'wer made by W. disturbance in the gulf to the westward the floor, and it gives a tinge of hop the voters, three for the legis
Under the plan suggested by Senator .' White H. Buckman Geo. R. Resaussure. of of the Florida, peninsula. The lor to the situation. This was the lature and two for county commission. ,::
of f Conference
Bailey a two-thirds vote is neces' Subject at of Resolutions Favoring Jacksoo.yiUTTetIi3t1rer Treat. Governor minimum temp; ?rature' was at 5 a. m. experience, however, of the crew of er. Of the legislative
sary to vacate the seat of the Utah Terrell of Georgia, and Joseph when the thermometer touched 75 the Silas Stearns, and many of them, candidates ,,
senator. .House-HouseJeady to Pass His Nomination for Davis of Albany, Ga... I degrees. did not expect to get out of the place Chas. M. Coston in the first primary
,' The convention will, terminate tomorrow 'The highest temperature recorded aiiva when they heard the key turn lacked only nine votes of obtaining a ,; e
SENATOR GALLINGER 'f Measure. Presidenc with separate" meetings of i it4 during the 26 years that the weather in the jail door. I' majority over all his opponents andit
state associations. established in this '
bureau has been
Malfitano's
PLEADS FOR DESERTER : : '' J Junfe 30 '1894 'when the j Statement. is conceded that the race will be
," ,, I C' : city was on i+ We were about ten miles of Ala- between Messrs..Baggett and Jacoby. '
shows 101 degrees was
Washingfon, June 11.-Senator Ga1l.nger By Associated Press By Associated Press. record reached. The maximum f6* cantras tight one morning about 101 Messrs. Olopton and Wiggins are
: for Senator Tillman, made average o'clock," said Captain Malfltano,' the candidates for county commissioner
at Washington, June 11.- JConsiderationof -
CANNON' FOR and the
Berlin June 11.-"This is too sudden -i BIG the month is 86 degrees
statement to the president today in the proposed meat inspection law I normal, 80 degrees.In "when We first saw the Mexican vessel and It is anticipated that this race
behalf of J. Matthews of Fortner, occupied same: time today at the said William J. Bryan with a man,his or of weather conditions coming towards us. As she was will be a close one. Mr. Clopton ob-
Pickens county, S. C., who a short: White House. The president consulted laugh when he was told to-day of tie yesterday summary Observer Reed sai ': flying no flag Woe paid no attention to, tained a much larger vote in the first
time a'go enlisted in the navy. 'Find-! with several members of congress adoption by recent' state ,conventions "The tropical disturbance has di- until a shot was fired and we noticed election than his opponent and his >
in? the navy not the place for a man' regarding the question among them of resolutions favoring his nomination'for PENSACOLA' minished somewhat in energy and is that immediately: the Mffsican: flag ; friends believe he will therefore be

religiously Inclined! he deserted and being Representative Henry,' of Corf the presidency of the United now central over the east gulf. Rain was run up. We immediately hoveto elected by a large majority. Mr. Wiggins : -
became a student of the Furman university necticut. (Speaker Cannon Senator continues the South Atlantic and the Mexican gunboat, for it. on the contrary, is confident: that
at Greenville. Later he was'arrest'ed Hopkins, of Illinois, and Senator Bev- States in 1908. coast from on Savannah to Wilmingtonand proved to ba the Vera Cruz, tame he will poll the lar'gest number of
for desertion and is now in' eritfge. The speaker said the house "This is the first announcement of has been heavy at Jacksonvilleand alongside and put out lines, anl sent votes. He has been representing the
prison. The president suggested that will pass an inspection measure fair this news to me," :Mr. Bryan continue PLAZA Wilmington. A gale of thirty-six the second captain and some of his district for the past two years, and Is :-
he stand tral; for desertion, when the' and just to all.Oay {i' "I have been off the caravanroute. if miles from the southeast occurred at men aboard. The first captain then]I well known in all parts of the county. I
president said he would see what could I for some time and have !been Jupiter Sunday. A disturbance on wanted me to make a statement,i I Chairman Reilly and the special : .
be done. in the House. absorbed in what I have been seeing, the North Pacific coast is causing which I did. He charged that 1 had! committee of the County Democratic .

Washington June 11.-The house and doing" rain in that region., Showers also been poaching and that I had been, Committee, have made all preparations
CONFIRM POSTMASTERAT Mr. Bryan has been moving so rap north- caught in the act He eves Jnsistel for the election, and tickets, ballot!
of the discussing leg- from Western Kansas
most day i prevail( '
JACKSONVILLE spent islation affecting! the District of Co.I idly since he left Vienna on Saturday Two Eight Inch Rifles Secured :ward. Scattered showers have occurred that I swear to this in my statement' boxes and stationery have been sent
that letters and telegrams for since Sunday morning in the but I refused to do so, as my fish, out to all of the precincts, twenty-two "
lumbia, later resuming considerationof
Washington, June 11.-The senate the sundry civil appropriation bill.'I him did not reach him 'until todayAs and Carriages May Be Pur-- east gulf and the Atlantic states. A tome three thousand, haa' bean' in number, together with instructions <
to the caught thirty-five miles off shore. to the clerks and )
possibility of his nomination inspectors
ia of considerable who have
area
executive session confirmed
today The railroad rate ball: wtli be sent t. high pressure .
the nomination of Daniell T. Gerow as a conference by the house tomorrow.The he had little to say, declaing chased by City. strength occupies tie lake region and There ,was not a wet line, pUce, of been appointed, as to how to conduct .
Avoiild
which
it is bait fish on deck, : the
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postmaster at Jacksonville Fla. Committee Rules calledon too early to speak "of that question clear weather prevails over the Great primary. Although all of the country -
on was 1
but taking up the subject of the Lakes an, southward to the Gulf of have been the case had we ;oean fishing precincts will not be heard from
FLORIDA to provide a special rule returningthe 'present requirements he said: Some months ago Mayor Bliss be- Mexico. and I pointed it out to the cap-' during today or tonight a sufficient ,
GETS FISH! bill to conference without discus-I| "Before leaving home I tried to gan negotiations; :: with the war department "\ maximum temperature of 102 tain of the gunboat, but he was intmt -!' number will probably; report to pret- <
CULTURE STATION sion. distinguish between Democra.cy'md I at Washington to secure: degrees was recorded Sunday at El on taking us into custody and ty well judge the result! before mid. "

I what can properly be called Socialism. two' of the big rifled cannon for the I Paso, Texas. I did so anyhow. j night.1"'i"i'f .
Washington, June 11.-The senate Meat Inspection Bill. Democracy recognizes competi-I city, which are the last of the big I 'Fair weather is indicated for this "I told him that we had been nearer -
today passed the b'.ll: establishing a Washington: June .-The house tition as legitimate and that is to guns used during the civil war. All section to-night and Tuesday with shore, and were getting away to]I II
fish cultural station: on the St. John's committee on agriculture was locatedin I protect the competitive principle from of the numerous cannon about the fresh north winds.PROMINENT. sea again, bound for home. He GERMANS KILLED ,
Tier, F'.orida.! a room with'the Beveridge beef in- attack. Socialism sees competition ota( forts ,have either been sold or I wanted to know what we went nearer'shore
spection amendment' for six hours to-t as an evil to 'be eliminate by pub- donated to various cities and the last for, and I told him to get some BY
Appropriation Passed. day. After the session the members! iic ownership and operation of all remaining two the mayor has securedfor I WOMAN sea biscuit from the light housekeeper HOTTENTOTSBy
Washington i June 11.-The senate said they had agreed to observe strict, means of production and distribution. Pensacola through the assistanceof We had run out of breaa': I
today passed the diplomatic and consular secrecy regarding what had been While there is a distinction between Hon. W. B. Lamar. : and being: ready to start home had
appropriation bill. done. The general statement was I' Democracy and Socialism that should The two guns are of the old Dahl- COMMITS SUICIDEBy +,! gone in for some flour or bread to dOJ Associated Press

I that "nothing was done finally." I not be overlooked, the Democratic platform green type which were originally : us until we got to Pensacola.; Berlin. June 11.-Two German officers
Whyte Seated. I is. for progress and reform and smooth-bores and were subsequently. I I Taken to Progresso."He and eight men were killed an.l. I ;
Wlsh'ngton, June 11. William I not ''men y of opposition to Republican worked over and made into rifles Associated. Press. I would believe nOM of this, or ten men wounded June 4 in a fight
P'nekno' Whjte. of Maryland: took EffORT TO, SAVE policies or Socialistic Ideas. In They are 8-inch guns, weight 18,000 June 11. "Mrs. Felix Dunn- pretended to believe none of it," continued with Hottentots between Warmbad
his seat in the senate today, as suc- our fight for the absolute eliminationof pounds each and are mounted on Macon, 18 wife of a leading the captain, "and ordered four and Fish RiverFUNERAL.
cessor to the late Senator Gorman.To ; LIFE OF TUCKERPLEA private monopolies and for the double carriages weighing an additional woody citizen, 'aged," 'committed years suicide by of my men to come aboard the gunboat t'
regulation of corporations in general eight tons each. One of these herself last night. Her husband while ten of the sailors from
Investigate Bank. it is necessary that the party shall guns is the last one mounted on old I shooting' tb' th.5 Dudnwoody family the vessel, under command of the I OF
Washington, June 11.-The senate be free from any suspicion of alliance Fort Barrancas, and the other is the belongs which President Roosevelt is second captain came on the :fai'as'

today accepted a conference on the Indian OF CLERGYMAN 'AND. ,COUNSEL with the corporate interests that only remaining gun on ola' Fort I to She was' --niece of Con Stearns and with arms guar l9d us
I related.
appropriation bill, Senatqr La-( I have been dominating American poli.I Pickens. The mayor was fortunate' Martin of,Alabama during the day, or until we reached MRS. W. C. JONES
toilette making a speech in opposition : UNAVAILING-GOVER.' I I tics. To this end campaign contributions auc! timely in securing the last guns gressman I :Progresso, where we were towed' by
to the report. I I must be limited of those who from these two historic forts for the the gunboat and which place we
There was brief discussion of Sena.] NOR WILL NOT IN have the public interest to advance."I NEW"TRIAlISDENIED r reached at 10 o'clock at night The
city.These SERVICES
tor Tillman's resolution providing for; TERFERE.By trust that public sentiment will cannon were secured some rest morning we were told that we EXTREMELY IMPRES-
the invest;Cation, among other things. require all parties to keep their, books modlhs ago but Mayor Bliss also !I were to go ashore to 03 tried, and SIVE AND ATTENDED BY
fl the affairs of the Chicago Natiowrt I op-sn: so that hereafter no party will wanted the carriages. It seems a PATRICK my four men who had been placed
Bank.tGRO. be under:: private obligations to shield law was passed by congress to donate :on the gunboat a ked that they be al LARGE NUMBER OF RELATIVES -
Associated Press. corporate offenders." obsolete guns to cities who lowed to go on the smack and put on
Boston, June 11. -An effort :was, Alluding to the ,conditions in them wanted them but the law did not k I some d,tent clothing before going AND FRIENDS
WOMANSpecial made to-day to prolong the life of industry, :Mr. Bryan said: provide for donating the carriages.. By Associated Press. ashore, a* some of them did' not haveon ,
Charles L. Tucker, through executive i "The beef trust is not different in Congress perhaps considered that New York, June 11., Recorder any hats or shoes, while their: \
clem.Micy but, 'after hearing the appeal -!. character and methods from other the gun carried the carriage with it Goff to-day oljnied: the motion for a shirts were about the same as those The remains of Mrs W. C. Jones,
KILLS of Albert T.
ANOTHER of his clergyman and counsel includes its, running new trial in the case while fishing. This request -
trusts. The inevitable tendency of a just as a wagon of William M. Rice usually worn who passed away at an early hour
Governor Guild to-nigW decided not private monopoly is to ]increase the gear, but it is not so construed by I Patrick, murderer was refused, accompanied by; Sunday morning after a brief illness
to the United
be made
to interfere with the execution of the'I price, of a product and to lower its the war department The carriages Application will Court for nit oaths and my men and myself! were following a stroke of apoplexy,
a
to The Journal. |I sentence. quality. Why should any one expect arc separate and distinct from the States Supreme Patrick forced to get into a smaller boa and: were laid at rest in St. John's cemeteiy
Florala; Ala., June ll.- herry Tucker was baptized to-day by Rev.I anything else from a trust than the,, guns.. .' of error and Habeas Corpus go ashore as we wre when ar yesterday afternoon, the funeral taking
dead house
Coleman, rolored, was stabbed by Thomas Bishop of the Methodist lowering of quality when a monopolyis 1.- After considerable correspondencethe has been In the Sing Sing rested. I' place from the family residence
Thena McGee also colored, at Goodman's Episcopal church. I established. Observe I have used!: mayor is informed that the de- for four years.FEUD "Naturally my men were,much an .corner Reus and Belmont streets at
still, about 9 miles north of De An incident of the day was a telegram the words private monopoly,_ not pub''partment is willing to-recommend to I gered'at not being allowed to at least' five o'clock, Rev. Julian S. Sibley, of
Fumak and one mile from Glendale, from President Roosevelt' to lie. In a private monopoly, a a-private': the Secretary of War the sale of the i RESULTS change their clothing, and while in! the First Presbyterian church, oS-
aT a late hour Saturday night, the the governorIn"relation'to'the c'ass. interest is set up Against those of the i two carriages to the City of Pensa ;I the, small boat they were talking, ciating.

wounds inflicted resulting in death.i I whole people.. Quite a different principle -, cola at $35 each. Mayor Bliss will among themselves, when the captain:, The funeral while simple, was one ,
The McGee woman took to the woods.. 'LYNCHED"IN comes into operation when the' bring the matter before the Board: of IN A KILLING gave the command to home solders;, of the most impressive ever held ia
A posse composed of Deputy Sheriff' NEGRO interests of'all is alone in view.' : Public Works and ask authority to 1 t to load their guns and shoot the i iI Pensacola, and the unusually! large and
gatnl'C.. E. Jones, W. H. Goodwin, Herman Rddder of this New York''' purchase these carriages anI the two 1I I I first man who made any more disturbance -;! representative attendance testified ID:
R, F. Goodwin, J. E. Good MISSISSIPPIBy Staats Zeitung aDd Mr. Bryan had a' carriages and guns will be brought to Associated Press I I I or attempted to leave the the high place 'deceased had beld m
win] W. F. Gressett and W. B. Good- lang talk to-day on the present situation Pensacola and mounted on the By vessel. The men loaded their rifles j the 'hearts of those who had known
win, with bloodhounds, immediately In the United States. Mr.,Bryan Plaza. Chipley, Ga., June 11.As a resultof and held them cocked and pointed:; her in life, as did the immense quantities -
took the trail and after a run of over will leave here ,,for St. Petersburg tomorrow an alleged feted T. T. lurr1l.h.a and towards us during the trip to shore.I of fragrant blossoms with which
30 miles came up with the ftfgitive AasociatPresS., and from there will visit FOUR FIREMEN KILLED merchant and banker of Chipley I told the captain not to shoot ray j the grave was covered.
who had been captured at Lockwoodand Hattiesburg Miss., June,} .-fl'ood Sweden and Norway. He will' arrivein AND SEVERAL INJUREDBy a member of Governor Terrell's staff, men, as they were not accustomed wI I The pal] bearers were A. A. Brooks,
held until the posse arrived. She Ambrose 'a negrowas! lynchei at I Engand! early in July and will was shot and killed instantly last being, abused, and that th. Y would J I John E. Maxwell, Knowles Hyer, Fan- '
was fully; a mile ahead of the dogs Prentiss, 45 miles west of here earlytoday. then visit France Italy and Switzer Associated Press night by Ab Hasty a farmer living not attempt to escape. He replied,: nin Chipley, Joh 'CaIJ' Whiting and
when captured. i 1: Ambrose was arrested and land. He expects to sail ,on' the New York, June 11.-Fpur lives near Chipley. Hasty was arrested with oaths. R. A. Hjer.
The woman was brought to Florala locked 'up charged :wIth shooting a steamship Princess, Irene from .Gibral were lost and several firemen seriously after the killing but escaped dorms '"Well, we finally got ashore and I Profound sympathy is 'generally fell ;:

"i 4 p. m. Sunday and taken by train.. white man. A mob broke into the tar .on August 22 ,and to arrive' la injured In a tenement house fire the night and it is reported has Continued on Page Four) for the bereaved family.
i* DeFuniak. 1 jail and shot,.the negro to death New York on August 29 _this afternoon. fietf from this vicinity (
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disease caused by an acId humor in r N TARBET[T ,

the blood coming in contact with the ski>yand', rodnci ngredness, inflammation
and almost intolerable itching. Aifinactive'state of the system*and S

sluggish condition of the eliminative members leaves the waste and refuse i
matter of the body to'collect and sour instead of passing them off through 'As1.oDocfoi
nature's channels of bodily waste. The blood in its efforts to purge the sys PRACTICE[
tem of all foreign matter absorbs this'acid and throws it off through the
pores and glands of the skin. The acrid humor seems to ooze out and set
the skin on fire, the straw colored, sticky fluid drying and forming crusts, : -
and the itching is intense. When these pustules are scratched off the skin
is left raw and feverish and often a solid sore is formed and kept up by the Department Hopes to Minimizethe

constant escape of acids from the blood. Local applications of salves, pow.
ders, lotions etc. are desirable and should be used because they allay the Danger of Accidents onWar

itching and give the sufferer temporary comfort, but are in no sense curative, i
because. they cannot reach. the eat> of the trouble, which is'in the blood. Vessels. About Schlitz beer. He knows the

S. S. S. goes down into the blood, cleanses : :c' -
the circulation of all acids and humors, buildsup
sss the thin, sour blood d.by removing every Washington,. D. C., June 10.-'Afcting: of '
vestige of the cause cures Eczema perma Secretary of the Navy Newbery has importance, purity.. <

nently. The irritating eruptions disappear, issued a special order relative to target -

,PURELY VEGETABLE. itching i and burning cease, and the acid. practice on ships,.and.hopes., to
fired skin,| being fed by afresh, cooling stream ipiatmtz' the dangers'In; this practice, L Tell him' that :Schlitz beer is aged for
blootj,becomes soft' : S. is mad of
pf and smooth agi, S. St ? healing, purity- The Order in part is as follows: tL .- -
ing roots, herbs and barks that will not damage any part of the system. The attention of officers 'is invited .
Book on skin diseases and any medical advice. free. *> *> j. t' to the necessity for the continued months before is marketed-aged i in glass
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, GA. arcisQ of the utmost care and prudence it.
.-' ia the handing of all kinds of '

L- ammunition.! enameled steel tanks. He will that it I l
"It is directed that whenever the say
SATINARY IMPROVEMENT main battery guns of a vessel are be- _
ing fired, all of the fire hose be led '
out as at fire quarters and the fire 'cannot cause biliousness.

: OF THE CITY DISCUSSED pumps be kept running. V.
"Care should b? exercised\ that to "

ammunition other' than that immediately ': Tell- him that bottle is Pasteurized
'r- : required be permitted to re- every
said he was in favor of permanentwork : .main outside "the magazine during .

Ditch Near Baylen St. Wharf. and ,temporary, wherever measures.A possible. rather than fire."At all target practice there maybe :ISV *. after it is;sealed. He.: will say that such beer I

communication was received from assembled on deck the necessary .
and Weeds Receive Board ofHealth's :
City Attorney Jones stating, in effect, allowance of ammunition only for ink! _
that under the existing laws tIle Boardof termediate or secondary guns that are : be
Attention. Health had no authority to order a to fire on th.3 next run, but no charge ,/-must germless. :
for B. L. R. shall be taken out of -
piece of property filled in, assessingthe a .
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be '- '
cost of the work against the own- its tank, nor shall the tank top ,
MONTHLY REPORT OF CITY PHY- ers of the property. The report stated removed until immediately before it c
that the power to improve property is required for loading. For guns Ask yojird9ctqrwliaf virtues mean
'S CIAN PIERPONT SHOWS BUT using fixed ammunition and for guns
: and assess the coat of such improvements ; :
was'vested only in the city fcsing separate powder charges put .." ,. ; .. .' -.' .
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: SICKNESS DURING J '
LITTLE I in cartridge cases, the allowance: : T ': -
co:ndl. A resolution was then passed up 'to you-
MONTH OF MAY-COUNCIL TO I declaring the property in the vicinity required for the gun or guns that tci Ask foy/he Brewery Bottling. .
i. of the Baylen street. ditch unsani are tofir on the next rim may be- !

t BE ASKED FOR APPROPRIATION tary.: "removed from it'is, the directed bores."Hereafter that interval I 5 Common beer is sometimes substituted for 'Schulz.To .:, .
an -
i It was moved that the city attorneybe avoid /lint the cork is branded
requested to draw up an ordinance of at least thirty minutes be being imposed upon; see or crown \,
allowed to between the last
met at providing for the filing in of property elapse ; .
Health
4 The City Board of .
effort to fire and the opening of the ; '
where' property owners failed to '
,
yesterday in the council chamber breech.
noon : comply with orders of the Board, assessing
devoting almost the, entire session If at target practice any gun has H. !
the cost of said work .against, -A'i
to a discussion of sanitary measures the property,' Carried. fired a string or part of a string, *;?d '.
for the Improvement of conditions remains loaded at the order cease! .
itf the vicinity of Baylen street and Inspector Certified firing U shall always be unloaded by -
Herron'g wharves and the' question of Dr. Pierpont certified that F. O. firing the 'charge, if it is found possible
keeping down the growth of weeds Johnson had passed the necessary ex- to do so, otherwise it shall be
within the city limits. Health Officer amination for sanitary inspector, and treated as hanging tire t"In
Pierpont submitted his regular monthly he was appointed. Inspector Martin, future no ''Morris-tube practice f
report. who was suspended on account of his shall be held without aa efficient

The Board was called to order byI''or not being a legal voter, having since bullet catcher securely attached to "
Bliss, Messrs. Hays, Reilly, Ze- his supension removed the disability, the muzzle of the gun, or otherwise
lius and Dr. Pierpont being in atten- was placed at the foot of the list of suitably secured, in the. line of fire' .
eligibles.Dr. of thesmall rifle./: .
dance. Phone 16
A. W.II.
:The minutes of two previous meetIngs Pierpont made a motion, which
were read, approved and ordered was duly seconded and carried, prq- The Lewis Bear Co.
filed 'H'iding that &anifcaryJnspectors be-ai- CirfclMPROVINGSEVILLE: Main and Palafax Sts., Pensacola

s. The question of sanitary work en lowed to dispense with-the regulation ; : ..

the ditch between Baylen street wha.'tl.uniform during the Slimmer months .
e and Herron's wharf 'was Drought up,'wearingsueh-'light' weight clothingas ,SQUAREv : "The Beer '
by y Mayor Bliss, who stated that the might suit their fancy. In this S e
* work being done there at present was|C I r connection he stated that it was a L I IC
ot a temporary nature. Sulphite of, hardship on the men who were compelled I
without expense to the'I 'to walk about in the hot sun all ME'NT :WALKS* ARE: BEING CON-
soda procured .. I
day. ..'t is all right for the police to '
city from the fertilizer plant at Gould- '
STRUCTEO AND OTHER IM-
Ing had been put in the sta'gnant Water wear uniforms," said Dr. Pierpont, That Made M ilauheeFanus4HAYEJIOIAI
and scattered over the groundsand "because round all they" have to do is to'I tPROVEMENTS' fico-r-TEM.. :
stand -
this, the mayor said would effectually .
dispose of any germs or the Capt. Hays stated that he did not PLATED. ._ ._ __ __,. _,___ n ____
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larva of mosquitoes. 'Dr. Pierpont, believe in cutting weeds but that he ----- -

that said locality that the could only be way remedied the evils was in the was in roots-favor:Mayor of pu'iing: Bliss them expressed up by Seville square, which has long need-, foM1 ANNUAL DIVIDENDScannot

by fining in the ditch, which was said himself in favor with the idea. Dr. ed attention at the hands of the authorities -, C CONNECTICUT[ T T G GRICE[ SENTENCE[ [ [

to' be from 20 to 40 feet wide in some Pierpont (hen suggested that"the is at l last being improved.,' be lost and they be used to
places, with pools containing as muca'as mayor insert a notice' to property own- The first step towards beautifying the I I may
seven feet depth of water. The' era in each of the dally newspapers place is the construction of cement
city has, had the matter of filling ia i i requesting them to :pull up weeds in- walks around :and through the square. reduce the premiums each year if the insuredso

the property up with the owners who I I stead. of cutting them. The old board walks, which have long [ C COMMUTED T[ OfG chooses. A life Endowment Policy with
have had an estimate made of the Dr. PierPI? t's ''A port. been a disgrace to the city are being; or
cost of the work, the bid being in theneigUbauhood torn away to make room for the new
The repor o( the,city physician was annual dividends
in the Union Central Life
of (2900.Question as follows: '. ones. The work ,has been under way

of Weeds. Pensacola, Fla., June I, 19Q6. for several days, arid the walk on the
[ENSIGN N G GOVERNOR[ is the
The question of weeds was brought The' City Board of Health: south side of the square has been completed most satisfactory.B. .
up. and Dr. Pierpont 'gave it as his Gentlemen beg to'submit here. and is being rapidly pushed on
i opinion that an appropriation should I I with my report for the month of May the other sides. S. WILLIAMS, General Agent.
The walks will not only encirclethe
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be made to clear the streets and city just past.The
property of them. :Mayor Bliss called sanitary inspectors report having plaza, but will extend. through it Thiesen Building. Phone 608
Permission Given Present It to of Leon Hicks Colored I-
attention to the fact that the weeds made 8,337 inspections of which from the four corners. to Alleged Slayer .::
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it south of St. Michael's. cemetery were number 7,636 premises were found in The city contemplates doing other -
;l in need of attention, and that there gold order and 701 in unsanitary con- work at the square within the next Battleship-Gibbons to Represent Near Escambia Will Haveto
r were several other places In the city dition. few months, which will greatly beau- DRINK BOTTLEDDELICIOUS
that should be cleared of weeds without -!r The weekly reports of the physicians tify it. The place for-years has been Navy at Coronation.oecial Spend His life in Prison.
ii delay. A resolution was adopted show the existence of the following neglected and the present work was
referring the matter of cutting weedsto contagious disease: Tuberculosis was not commenced any too soon
the Beard of Works, which willrecommend. 2; Typhoid fever 14, Tyhus fever To The Journal. Tom ,Grice, colored, who was tried
Washington, D. C. June 10.-The at the December, term of the Circuit
to the 1.
an appropriation city The case of Typhus fever re-
I I the which the course of the disease has Navy Department' has given to the Court and sentenced to death for the,
council ported was visited by state Boardof
since proven. Junior Order of American Mechanics murder of Leon Jackson, alias Hicks
himself Health's Dr.
expressed un- Anderson
Dr.' Pierpont agent and '
t The city physican the follow. of Connecticut Escambia, Fla.,
permission to presentto also colored, near
in favor of filling in the himself, and in our opinion alI
was
equivocally not
lug calls upon, the indigent sick ot the battleship of that name its will spend the rest of his life behind 1
ditch west of Baylen street wharf. He case of Typhus, but of Typhoid fever,I
I the .city. : ensign. A blue print of ths scale: of the bars, the death sentence having
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Residence visits. ... .. .. ..33 the regulation ensign of the navy has been commuted by Governor Browardto
Office consultations.. ? ....... .21 been sent to the secretary of the life imprisonment.Th m REFRESHING
.Police station.. .. ,. society, so that th.? ensign may be crime for which Grice was sen-
Hospital. ., ..... .u ., .. 6 made in conformity with the ensigns tenced was the alleged murder of The Genuine has Trade Mark and label.
used by the other ships of the navy. Hicks, or Jackson, after a dispute for on cap
Total.- .. ..... .. .., ..,.......i.,75Cases Recently the same organization the possession of a aollar which the
"CUT IT OUT"says piesented> a similar ensign to the latter had. It wag alleged that Gricc -BOTTLED EXCLUSIVELY BY
treated .Hospital.. ...,. 1 Virginia. It is thought that the deliberately pushed his victim into "
Beds used in in days ., 6 school children of Connecticut will the river where he was drowned. At .

the doctor to many of his lady patients, because he doesn't 1 Recommendations. duplicate the two gifts. the trial the evidence offered was: Hygeia Bottling WorksPHONE
Complaints about the removal' circumstantial, although
non purely very
know of any.medicinal treatment that will positlvefycufe womb or
of garbage are continually being made To Represent Navy. strong, and the jury thought it sufficient -
ovarian troubles except the surgeon's knife. and are becoming more annoying: to Lieutenant Commander John H. upon which to base a death 587. 124 E. CHASE ST."Everybody .
That,such a medicine exists, however, has bee; proved by the the city health officer, who is power- Gibbons, naval attache to the American sentence.
wonderful cures performed on diseased women thousands of less to afford the>ellef"demanded. The embassy to London, has be.en'se- Grice is said to be somewhat lacking -
cases by dereliction of the city,in this respect lected to represent the navy at the mentally, and during his incarceration '
occasions no little embarrassment to coronation of the King of Norway.He In. the county jail has not Works But Father"Even
the health department in enforcing will h? attached to the staff of seemed to realize his position. When
WINE compliance with sanitary laws which Mr. Charles H. Graves, U. S. minis- told of the commutation of his sen-
: CARDUIWoman's are deemed so absolutelynecessary at ter to Norway, who has been directed tsnce yesterday he took the matterin he is beginning to sit up and take notice, since we in'
this time. The matter is 'of"so 'great by the statetfepartmeat to re-pfe- a matter of fact way, apparently.
\ *, OF importance that a recommendation sent the United States on this occasion. not unoterstanding: the full purport cf stalled those fans, lights and bells.

should be at once'made 'to the councilto Its meaning. .
provide better facilities for the A. W. M Grice will be taken to ,one of the

prompt removal of"garbage, as the convict eamps to begin serving his PENSACOLA .ELECTRIC.. COMPANYPhone
ReliefIt present arrangement hasbeen'proven' sentence within the course of' the "
time and time again.'to'be'inadequate. next few 'days. 570.

has saved the lives of thousands of weak, sick women, and I would also recommend that the .
has rescued thousands of others from a lifetime of council be requested to appropriate Change theVibration. Unknown 'Friends. .
melancholy people who have need have for
sufficient funds with which to provide There are many no terrors you
chronic iiyalldism. It viII cure you,if you will only give it a chance. for the cutting of weeds in the streets used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera WASH "DAY", if send t'o
Sold at every drug store in $1.00 bottles. Try It. which exceed the legal height of and Diarrhoea Remedy with splendid j you your washing

eighteen inches The he'alth depart- results,. but who are unknown be- I The New Method Laundry
ment cannot expect the citizens to cause they have hesitated about 'KiT' PHONE 1188 E. W. LAWRENCE Prop. No.8 WEST RO UUfl
WRITS US A 1.ITl'D.GAVE. UP SUPPORTER, promptly comply with a law whkw the It makes for health. ing a testimonial of their experiencefor I .
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freely and frankly, in strictest confiAMC 'I 1: 'ore.a' supporter- for years, for city in many instances'disregards. publication. These people, how)
my womb, 'hlch bad crowded everything I would recommend that ,the boardat ever, are none the less friends of this CS2S33
*, telling us all your troubles. down before it,writes Mrs.S:J. once take the necessary steps to remedy. They have done much toward !. 't ,Order Your

Wt iffl send Free Advice (in plain, Ctutsman,of Mannsvil e,N.Y. "Isuf- -have filled in the bol.ow or drain on UseGrapeNuts making! it a household word by IGE COAL WOOD
ai scaled envelope). Address Ladles* fered untold misery and could hardly Baylen street wharf, which is growing their personal recommendations to andfirezxx
walk. i After taking Cardui 1 gave up up with weeds'and.at this'writin'g I friends. and neighbors. It is a good the
Advisory Dept., The Chattanooga my supporter and can now be on my breeding mosquitoes by the thousand. medicine to have in the home and is Consumers' Ice
AUdWue Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. feet half a day at a time Yours truly, widely known for"its' cures ofjdiarrhoea and Fuel Company.
.
J. HARRIS PIERPQNT. M. D., "THERE'S A REASON. and'all forms of bowel trouble. Offlc.--Corner Chtje and Tarragon* Phone 259PAGE

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DEMANDVORI[ R [ Choose a Your ,.QBJECTSTO J[ T T THE[ -' ;-T. i; .





't.' I:SNAPPERS ISHIYY :+i pamtYourself /. r s v f I 'PLANS.l ) f fI FORSEERAGE lw. J.. --B' : FORBES 1; ; .



A man should take such precautions

as he can to safeguard any,investment ,
r he makes; A house owner's expensefor [ [ :

painting is very often: 'larger than it .

would'be if he personally looked after I BEGINNING
'MONDA..Y ;
.,
f the material put upon it. There is I _

.' .'. ;" often difference, of.three years'hi the :.. .

> Packing'House Scandal In Chicago wearing of two different paints., Certainly -' Interested Citizen,:Believes Outlet

in.this case: time is money; If And Through the Week. ..

',Causes 'Demand-for yoij- will sees that : ''Should.8eIQw. I City : ;. '
prt.v l1yw. .r. Pure White Lead

Gulf Fish mixed with' Instead Above I It.
_
Pure Linseed We i"i"ON i"i

Oil is used on -- OfferSpecia1Prces
is the rr.cx-th when the
world blooms. "N eV?r oefore in the history of the I your house,
whole red snapper business has there been I you will PURE The following communication, ,

Our store our windows, our such a demand for the fish," said placeyou ft ':which is self-explanatory, has been .
customers are right in touch Capt. T. E. Welles, manager of the rpainting received from a gentleman who, at ALLMIDSUMMER
with the season. firm of E. E. Saunders & Co. yester- L LEAJ ; least for the present, requests that

day, when discussing the fish busi, bills ; his name be withheld: .
on areasonable
Here are the newest blossomsfrom I ness. I Editor Pensacola Journal:
basis. You
the clothing! tree.Coal "To what do I attribute; this c"-l can 'The city is about to award con-
I tell' the lead from
mand?" asked the captain, "well, the pure : tracts for Installing a sewerage 'S's'tt'm.
the adulterated kind MILLINERY,
of pronounced cut--half 'I people have probably found; out that;!' by All agree this Is a good thing
back large lapels, liberal 'I the brand-
fifing ,
fish caught in water thirty to fifty{I i and should! be installed as soon as
lengths, styles to suit the par I t fathoms deep cannot bear any of the RED SEAL possible. But I have been told the

I ticular dresser. impurities that the meats do that are plans provide for emptying the sew-
being offered Pure White Lead at place and that above ,'
We also have styles here for for sale. We ha.vebeen erage one the -
'
conservative customers. unable to fill all our orders for several Made by the Old Dutch proceed city near Muscogee wharf.
our Hats White
Suits $7.50 to $30.00. weeks, but just now the demand Is This sterns to me. to be a very serious Including Lingerie Chip ;
I exceptionally heavy, and it is probable! Manufactured for years and, as any mistake. After the sewerageIs \ J t
that the beef scandal report has somt- experienced painter will tell you, the emptied into the bay it will naturally '
thing to do with It." i standard by which others are judged.Send work itself toward sea. If all Hats, White Hair Hats and Leghorns

Speaking of the fishing grounds for a booklet containing several hand sewerage Is dumped above the cr.y:
Captain Welles said that his vessels, tome reproductions of actual houses, offer it must all pass the city to find its t
were not fishing any further west than: ing valuable suggestions; for a way to the sea and as a consequencemore : '
SEE SHOW WINDOW
the mouth of the Mississippi. iEost: color scheme in painting your or less of it will! find loa';e- ==
of the vessels are fishing along the I bouse. A test for paint purity ment among the wharves and along
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Florida coast, between Pensacola and) is also given. the water front. Then when the tide .

Tortugas, where the red snapper is" National: Lead Co.1 comes in some of the sewerage will This will be the last week BUT ONE our Miss Herriman will be here,
: I| generally found in large numbers during -I C1arkArIM IOtbSLStJAaia b? carried back past the city and

[:I be done the summer during the months.winter What months will,I i I!I'-.FOR SALE. BY ALL DEALERS i i city with the the third outgoing time.tide will pass the when she leaves for New York to purchase our Fall line of Millinery which will ,

White Barber Shop i I however, is a question that is causing .- Now, it seems to me that if the
{ the local fish dealers some uneasiness. sewerage was emptied into the bay positively be the finest ever shown in Pensacola.

Tnp white barbers, formerly of 35' I Daring the winter the vessels go to : below the city most of it would go

S. Palafox St, are now located at No.s the Campeachee, banks after their' RACE[ BOAT T Will to sea without; passing the wharvesat .
E. Government St., next to Western fish, and just now the Mexican government all, while only a small portion of
Union seems to be exercising a supervi it would be carried up and back
sion over all that territory, but it is with the tides.! This would prevent!
.
- thought this will cease before the win. much of the filth from finding lodge i ,

FINE COTTRELL PHOTOGRAPHS. ter sets laCaptain Welles said yesterday that BE[ LAUNCHED N [ ment the water among frontIt the wharves and long j BARGAINS FOR MONDAY---IN A FEW WORDS

Pensaeola. Fla. there were no fishing grounds within takes just as much pipe and just
three miles of the shore, which is the as much expense to dispose of the
boundary limit,. but that the vessels sewerage above the city as it "does
WATCHES AND CUT Our entire line Ladies' Lawn Waists regular $ J J00 value
GLASS
recently seized were ten or. twelve SOON N below the city. Therefore the plans .
Something Swell in Gold Jewelry.W. miles at sea when the seizure was ?('ms "to be very faulty and objec

A. Gahlenbeck 21? S. Palafox SL made by a Mexican: gunboat. The tionable. To my mind it appears to sizes 34 to 40 this season's. make only two
MexIcan; officers, however would be the height of folly":and lack of ,

TURTON 4. BELL. swear the smacks had been within the good judgement to empty the filth of 5 Dcto
boundary line. That would settle the the city above the town instead of offer for
customer we -
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. case in Mexico, as the oath of the Fast-Launch Owned by.AHie.Reira below! i iI It a V. Each
Kodak Supplier Finishing for Amateurs. captain and crew of the fishing vessel:
would be
, for one, glad to see
would be of little weight.) Unless Is Now Hearing:Com the plans changed. in this particular. .

Watchmaker.R.Manufacturing K. WHITE Jeweler and Graduate there partment are steps before taken the by winter the state'de'l leliOn. INTERESTED CITIZEN.If 3 Thousand Yards Ginghams,. Seersucker and Cheviot J: c

there is liable to be a :
Cpticisn. S. Palafox Street. Pensacola. Fla. .. I you knew the value of Chamber- .
snappers, not only at Pensacola but "" --Ooi
;
- lain's Salvf yoa:wquld never wish to 7c value this sale
at all gulf ports. I styles if
What is expected to begone of the be without it. Here are some of the ,

Tersely Told THE fastest naphtha launches in the southis diseases for whl hAt: is especially
ORIGINAL. now nearing completion .on Baylen valuable: Sorer nipples, _chapped V
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated street wharf. The owner is Allie hands, burns, fros!..Jjites,. chilblains] ,
T)T. W. R. Elgin, of New Orleans, ism Honey and Tar as a throat and lung Rlera, while the person who has-done chronic sore eyes Wn'gipUes.. tet

the city on a short visit. remedy: and on account of the great most of the work, and too_whom the ter, salt rheum and''epzemai, ,Price, I
merits and popularity of ,Foley's eredit:for carrying out the plans of the *
25 cents box. For "KSffeTy all '
\\ E. Peebles and son, of Montgomery per :
Honey and Tar 'many imitations are designer is due is John Johnson. I
are. in the city on a short pleasurevisit. offered for the genuine. These The name of,the vesssl has not yet druggists.; IfnHMI i! 1
CiTIZEN[ for Picnics
worthless imitations have similar been selected. She has beautiful I GENUINE GOODYEAR WELT $3 i Paper Napkins
('apt T. E. Wfelles, who has beenon sounding names. Beware of them. lines, is about 41 feet over all. with 5 SHOES, NEXT TEN DAYS AT THEM. if

a business visit to Columbia and The genuine Foley's Honey and Tar foot beam, and will be propelled by a & 0.' ONLY $2.50., I We have an almost endless variety of paper napkins, plain
Pulaski Tenn., has returned. to the is in a yellow package. Ask for it 28 horse power Speedway gaso'ine and decorated at from ten cents to $1.00 a hundred. Buy a
city. and refuse any substitute. It is the engine, which'Is expected ,to rive her <.e
I &- bunch of each and have them on hand.
Mr and Mrs. C. A of best remedy for coughs and colds.W. through the water at the rane of at Growing Doc ling.. OF f PENSACOLA[N :
Etheridge,
Slocumh: Ala., and Mr.! and Mrs. A. T. A. D'Alemberte, druggist and least twenty miles an hour.A With a view to securing data relativeto Coe's Book.store.rholl" .
Frierson of Graham. Fla. apothecary. vessel of the new boat's model has the cost of raising ducks, five newly

; visitors who were ,in were Pensacola amon'gMie I never been seen .in Pensacola, or prob;i I hatched Pekin ducks at the Utah,:.sta 235. 213 South Patefo Street, P.AN..laL1C.Smith&Bro's

Ksterday. ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF THOSE ably in the south. Everything her I tion were fed for nine weeks a mixture [

Th $3.50 PANAMAS; ALSO SOME VERY been sacrificed; for speed. She Is long,.I of ground grains and skim milk DRONEDClement - _. -
American schooner Elizabeth FINE ONES FOR $5.00. THE M. & and sharp and has the appearance of a in the form of a mash, with cut bones
T I>i\p| which
entered yesterday 0. grey hound, so to speak. I and a little green alfalfa. The grain
from Now York, has a cargo of 22,000 The, engine arrived here last week '
i consisted of bran, shor/s, wheat, corn,
bass of cement, which will be dis- from New York, and is. now. on the
'I rolled oats and linseed meal in varying
charged here. CLUTTER: PIANOS. wharf ready to be Installed. The engine proportions. At the close of the'perlod Timothy B, Lost His Life .

The a-'l boat, which at one time Our pianos have been giving the is a powerful one and one of the I the ducks had made a total gain of r TYPEWRITER ;

war used by customs officers In board! very best of satisfaction for many finest ever installed. a launch here.I!, 27.8 pounds. Each pound of gain required as Result of an Explosion on I Write For Catalogues. :1 )
The boat will
lJg"f.sses: but which was recently years. They possess a beautiful re-I probably! be launched
3.2 pounds grain, like amountof
condemned, was sold yesterday at pub. fined musical quality not found in the during the latter portion of the week, skim milk and 0.16 a pound meat Launch at Mobile. L. S. BROWN, PENSACOLA, FLA. -
no! outcry. John P. O'Connor was the usual run of pianos Their': durability and the engines will be installed at iI i
Mii-cessful: bidder. is simply wonderful. Anybody can once. 't is expected that she will .scrap, the cost,being 3.93 cents. _, I I i I

.buy under matchless have her trial trip within the courseof .
The following fishing schooners oft one our plan of j .
,,. fleet of "pay when you like." If you want a the next ten or fifteen days. The Care of Lambp. The Mobile( Reg'ster of Suna'ayi'efforts were being made to reach '
Saunders & Co.
arrived
,.*>terday with catches Carrie, piano in your home, write or call on: The! new boat, if she comes up to As soon as the lamb is born place it says: I{I the boat, and members of the rescue SAFES
: N. VICTOR
: expectationes in the of speed, with Its mother in a small individual the. speed of a beautiful -..
C* ase. 1,400 Caviar us and see how, easy it is to have one way While trying I party were unable to catch his body :
Maud! : 1,600; Dixie. 600; put in your home. will 'be used as a race boat, and lambing pen. The pen need not be launch built by home talent yesterday -; before the struggle for life had ended.1[ V
UOU Spurting, 1,600; Ruth A. Welles, CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE, will challenge a number of the fast' more than five feet square and may evening, an explosion occurred;:;i .Mr. Clement was In charge of the!I

Pensacola, Florida.COFFEE yachts In southern waters for races. be constructed of fence panels. After which resulted in the drowning of;;' boat, and was among the first to I This safe was awarded the
An examination for machinist's apprentice The owner had this idea in view for three or four days the shepherd can Mr. Timothy A. Clement, agent for; jump overboard, but no one seems :oI grand prize at the
will be held at the navy yardwithin two years, or since the races here duel i make sure that the lamb is "owned" the Wolverine Motor Works in Mo-|.I have seen anything of him afterward: World's Fair, and although

{ the next few days and all young ing the time that the North Atlantic i i and has learned to nurse. Then the bile. I. I inexpensive, It Is
inn between the ages of 15 and 17'wrs fleet was in port, but decided that in: ewes and lambs be turned The boat had just been christened Timothy A. Clement, who was the best. safe made.
of age are eligible.! The examination : order to get a boat to come up to the!,! may into a I for the daughter of her builder asj I[ drowned as a result of an explosionon :
.
will be both physical and menial requirements she would have to bc| larger compartment, from which the I "Alice K.," and against the expressed! the launch "Alice K," at Mobile We Keep Them in Stockand
+ built' : to order. She has been under I lambs can escape at will through a wishes of the owner, she was making}' on Saturday, was formerly in bu" i-

D. C. Williams construction for several months and,! lamb creep. Shropshife lambs or similar a first trip up the river with a party j ness in this city, where he was at I
The Brewton associate editor of We are the Pioneer- nothing but the very best material has breeds will eat grain by the time of a score or more aboard. It was i one time well known.If can give you just :
News, and Associated what want or if we
been used. they are one month old.-Farming. growing dark when a party aft on( you
Press correspondent at Brewton, was Coffee Roasters of I the boat called from her consort, the haven't got what you wantwe
to the city yesterday on a short pleasure stomach troubles do not can order It for you
t'
West Florida.McHUGH'S How to Break Up a Cold. :Maurrela for a lantern.,. The_request your you
trip. Mr. Williams says that It may be a surprise: to many to being complied with, It appears that' conclude that there is no,cure, for a I and save you money.- Dropus

fair Brewton is growing rapidly and bids learn that a severe colt: can be completely Look when the lantern was nearing the ; great many have been permanently,I a postal.
, to be one of the most Important broken up in one or two days'I engine, which was amidship, an ex-j I cured by Chamberlain's Stomach and I II i ii II I II
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time. BLENDShave are a dry, loud cough, a profuse I among the passengers, but nearby,, certain to prove beneficial. They i Wm. Johnson & Son, Inc.
watery discharge from the nose anda Prosperous boats were quick to the rescue. However -:, only cost a quarter. Sold by all

Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla! are thin, white coating on the tongu some members of the crew j( druggists. Incorporated.
43solutel\ pure and so h-.ghly concen- no equal. A trial 1 "'!hen Chamberlain's cough remedy 1* went overboara';; among them being 1,
'racted that only a small quantity is taken every hour on the first appear. and beProsperous Mr. Clement. I j I Obaerratlon. .
required. will convince the connoisseur ance of these symptoms, it counter All were picked up except him the:'I;: An observant man In all his Intercourse

that we acts the effect of the cold and restoresthe parties on the assisting boats beinJI with society and the world constantly
NOTICE. system to a healthy condition unable to reach him. He sank waila! and unperceived marks on ev- Do You Want The

The ladies of St. Catharine's church make no extravagant within a day or two.. For sale by all ery person and thing the figure expressive -

'ic till' give a birthday party at the Cath- claims. drtfgg'sts.: not one-half of the people you MAXIM'S MAXIM : of its value and, therefore, on
Knights' Hall on Baylen street on ; meet in a business way know meeting that person or thing ,knows I I

wren Thursday from afternoon, June 14th. Chil- Green Food For Chld,_. whether you are prosperous or I Modest Claims Often Carry More instantly what kind and degree of attention I 1
'(, eleven. 5 to 7; adults from eight Wholesale' and RetailGROCERS It Is advisable to let the chicks have whether you are an importantsort Conviction Than Loud Boasts.. to give It. This is to make I 1I I BEST
Refreshments: and danclag. of man-a man of and something of experience.-John Foster.
means inventor
!: access to green feed at all times. Fins I When Maxim, the famous I
I clover hay cut with an ordinary cutterIs consequence-or not; and they i placed his gun before a committee
will form their: first impression on\ its Tamed j
he stated carrying Poetry.
Office at Residence. excellent and also makes a good lit i jof judges
these ponits from a glance at considerably below what 1 wish to submit "
be a lyric, lr, said 1
Until further notice Dr. J. Z. Crates ter to scatter the feed in. It is best, If t" power to

office will be at his residence. and all kinds of FeedStuffs : however, to give the last: food.at nighton your luck"clothes.you cannot you afford are in to"hard look!! pfish.h" felt The sure result the of gun the oud trial accom-was it's the timid a beauty-really young man.sings"My Itself.friends" sari Fishing Tackle
Calls
left at White's Pharmacy will \I I a clean board, letting the chicks eat like It; and if you are prosperous,' triumph of surprise of instead I
receive i therefore a Humph! said the cold hearted edi-
prompt attention. all will and then the
they removing
ii you can still less afford to look disappointment as it mighthave
i | of tor. "We couldn't use a poem like that. I II I I
i board. At other times care should be hard up." We sell the kind of if he had overestimated
: been We want that Tennis, (Golf Baseball and Athletic
one once printed, will ;i
taken that they be kept hungry or at clothes that will make you look !,I I
I
efficiency.
$100 REWARD !i hs: gun's 1! remain perfectly i Goods, the best Phonographs and rec-
quiet and
I least sufficiently so to be eager to eat as though your ship had come in. claim regarding Newbros Her- not keep !
Pluto Water Our fords, the best Dog Medicine, the best _
our readers awake !
A reward of $100 will! be given forthe : when fresh food is offered them. Gave: us a call.White. picide Is based on actual scientific all times." by singing Itself at' Bicycles, the best Tires, the best
t ; ,
capture of Jaqe Haney, escaped facts. Typewriters, the best Lock and Key
'from convict camp. Description: 5 I Profitable ColU. & NixOUTFITTERS If a living germ is causing your-: 'Fitting, best Trunk Repairing, best
feet 7 inches; 130 pounds; medium Wholesale and Retail. A colt, If he U worth keeping at all, hair to fall out its the most sensible I The true strength of every human Gas Lamp, and last, but not least, t&ai
wild; 21 I to kill the germ. | soul Is to be dependent on as many '
age ; carriage erect; brown ought to sell for enough as a thrE'e-I' thing thi.i' best Roller Skates?
* '' black Herpicide does nobler as It can discern and to be depended I
's. hair Newbro's -
; complexion black;j year-old to pay for his keep and the i' Why gO to ?. J 01

Medium aose; medium forehead mouth; medium good ears teeth round, New Orleans Grocery.Co should happen to turn out a cracker Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back cause quickly you and remove effectually.the effect.Destroy |, It can reach.upon by as many Inferior as I .
; ; Jack the price he would sell for would
round chin' ; short neck; square shoulders be a small fortune PHONE 790. For sale! by W. A. D'Aleraberte South'Palafox I f :

length of feet 10 inches; vaccl- farmer, and nice than to one an mortgagehas ordinary Next to New Brent"Building druggist street: and or apothecary sen* lOc 121 in stamps* i The world which took but six days F.I B. BRUCE ;1PENSACOLA r .
ration scar on left arm. Jas. ,McHugh j I to make is like to take 6,000 to make
been lifted
Horse Co.,
by such sale.
a -. 29 S. PALAFOX ST. for same pie to The Herpicide. {
YARN BROTHERS CAMP cot-Browne. f '
Cantonment Phone 105. Proorietfsr.r .Breeder. PHONE 790. Detroit, Mich. I I .. -- FLORIDTHE / ,

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he; tnitoIa Ma1wuw careful drainage Running attention Behind.Issue.*,Qfonticello of* the*. ,voters News.'' ouihe_ 'C T MALFITANG INSPECTORS'[ T S' AND I II I i iah Lungs You tendency Itis no the sooner old to wed story get lungs of rid a of weak in your the throat old famiiva coia


The old editor: has been faithfully I than a new one takes its place. Aver'

-juwnj. L SL. -4- -" -,- --'-- attending to his fishing since the I Cherry Pectoral breaks ap this ttling-cold habit. It strengthens, heals

season opsaerf" but frequently high] your doctor the very next time you see him, what he thinks of Ask
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DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. Soon waters as have the put river him runs sadly down we behind pro- ON MEXICAN[ N CLERKS'ARE[[ [ Cherry._ Pectoral for weak, lungs S therorDlI11..or"nOU1'medilll'81 w.h....no .ecretaJ w.?? l15h L',OWe1\.1I..'-JerCo.Aver' ..s,

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAYTHEJOURNALCOMpANy pose to catch up.-'Westville Advc. ;;:;;


...BY... tiser.Endorsement* Bryan.A *. PRISON N NAMED[ -=


: litt& circumstance is occurringseria.lJy HOUSEHOLD PAINTS FOR

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ru-tru-u r Ju- wuiw- wtm-r W in the.north .that must be taken
seriously. A good many democratic
DOMESTIC PURPOSESThe
FRANK L MAYES President and Glnla'l Manager. county conventions in MissourI

w __ -: and Ohio have formally declared by (Continued from First Page). Officials for Democratic 'Primary Ready-Mixed
Granny Paints for
I resolution in favor of the nomina- household pllrpo= ,
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. tlon of W. J. Bryan by the democratic were marched to what I supposewasthe Execu- are being sold to women almost every day to paint it ,

JwLrnrrf-wiw, jLrujr national convention .inS08.. There custom house all the tima being J June $12, Designated by des of furniture in the home, staircase, window casmgs.doors .

is no telling just now how far the heavily guarded. There we all l made etc. Put up in pint cansready to use uaent'!

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. movement may spread, but it is an statements as to where we were fish, live Committee. red. at,25 cents a can. Get our prices on building i H,*

One Year........ .. ........J5 00 One Month...... ........ '5 indication of sentiment that may not ing. terial and hardware.Saunders .

Sir Months .... ... .... 1f) be entirely disregarded. It is pub-! Carried to Jail. I
II II.... 2 50 One Week......II.... 'Inspectors and Clerks appointed by Mill Company

Three Months...... ....... 1 25 Weekly Edition, per year.Jl O( lishea'nomination.that Bryan It is is not known seeking that :the Mr. "The next place. we were ,carried' the Democratic Executive commitee ,

was the jail. And Oh, such a jailor Phone 717. 21 East Garden
-wwJ=tnuvu jwrnma Hearst Is a candidate for it. As bt,'" prison. It of Escambia County, Fla., to serve in. Street.
about fifteen by
Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed tween the two msn!! Bryan is by far twenty-five feet was and there were already the Primary,Election to be held June -w--
the and if he desires
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more acceptable,
about fifteen drunken negroes 12th, 1906. areas follows:
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Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. ,
the nomination yet an \!n.&rta.intyhe
have it for the and Mexicans fighting, vomiting md< Precinct No 1..:-;J- W. Cherry, Will,. business for said corporation Wll-lD
rL-LrLrLr Lfl ar.n flflSLfl WLfl tWW WflJW flU can Advertisements
asking as things look now. It is too rolling! over the floor. Such filth I Rich John Henderson, Inspectors; Legal and without the State of Pith ,ia

Offices, 108 and 110 East I Papers on Saleon Trains early for definite conclusion on the. almost never hafore unbearable.saw' and the stench was Victor .Goldbach, Clerk. NOTICE. II.
There was .no
Government. Phone 38. I and at all News. Stands. subject but those who wish to have a lentilation, and a :small toilet in (JheCOlnE'r Precinct No. 2.-Floyd Athey, H. c. IS HEREBY GIVEN to all persons The general nature of the ou-me--,
hand in moulding democratic sentipient J. f interested, that B. R. PITT has filed to be transacted shall be that ot{ restate
.. gave fourth--a smell that was Miller J. F. Helt Inspectors; -
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dealers
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agents
some and d .
: sicUiiing.! No food or water was Clerk. in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit -, -a
Bryan, might as well get to the work, furnjsbed White, Court of Escambia County Flor-' ers in stocks, bonds, debentures, ;-e;,p,
could
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY :MORNING. JUNE 12. ISO' that is cut out for them.-Tampa eaten anything.us. not if that it we had been!have fur- Precinct No. 3.- -E. G. Brewton, W. ida,. a statement that he claims to: and securities of any gou:Tn.lta: :

Times. nished us, but we did want some W. Fell, W. W. Kirksey Inspectors; own the following described property I I state, or public or private corpUr4'

Is ly ask to be registered in the popular f water. Me and", my boys got to- ,George A. Merrill, Clerk. to-wit: I tion or any corporate bodmn;
Lunacy IncreasingIn
mind as candidates for the United Matter of Rejoicing.W. gether at one side and ramain. Precinct No. 4. -J. H. Raines E. Beginnng at a point on th North !brokers and commisson: merohan: 5

Florida? States senate. Jff the governor shall B. Lamar has been returned to I standing tber until" finally the other Padgett. J. P. Landgreen Inspectors; line of Romana Street eighty-three I and the doing of all bubine:;., ",;,.;' r':

have to appoint them, they ask the congress from the Third District prisoners, were allowed\ to go out in C P. Gonzalez, Clerk. ((83)) feet and nina ((9)) Inches East of taining to a general cammis-ion .
The Miami Metropolis asks "Is Lunacy people to endorse them to him. If the This should be a matter of rejoicingto the yard which circles the jail I I //Precinct No. 5.-A H Bailey, Wn. the Southeast corner of Lot Twenty-1,i I erage business; the buying an.: ,

Increasing in Florida?" and then legislature is to elect, they ask: to' be the wholef state. He will be U. l-fcgged the officer to let us go out 'White, J. J. Shelby, Inspectors; Loui: seven (27): in Block Pour ((4) Donelson'' ing of property, both real and i" ';-" a-
S. Senator before long we predict there awful Frater ,Clerk. Tract; thence running East along the!1 al, either on commission or other 5,
proceeds to demonstrate that it Is Increasing endorsed for that. too, terig\ ,him of thq ,
Jour- There is not the remotest unseem- Winter Garden Ricochet smell and the vermin of the jail!, but Precinct No. 6.-S. R. Tate, T. J North line of Roinana street eighty- .! also the acquiring, using, leasing red

in Dade county. The liness in the campaign. The men asking h? refused: "Finally he consentedand Davidson, R. M.: Fleming. Inspectors two (82) feet and six ((6) inches; II disposing of real and personal pro.

naf is unable to answer the query of for endorsement are the personal COUNCIL MEETING we were allowed to go out, onlyto O E. Jennings, Clerk. thence North, at right angles to erty for itself or others on roiL..,

its esteemed south Florida contemporary friends and supporters of the sena be told about fifteen minutes later Precinct No. 7.-W. N. Williams, B. Romana Street two hundred and swn; the borrowing and 1 h nu' ::1.: j:

but is pleased to give space to its tors. They did not bring about the to get back :in. 'j.l1.. H Hastings, Thos. Rutherford. Inspectors forty. ((240) feet; thence ,West, parallel -; money;_ the doing of any business appertaining
CALLED AV. E. Tucker Clerk.Precinct : to Romana Street, eighty-two (82) to a general loan ana ,.
present condition, but when the state WAS Off "I endeavored to send word to the ; 1"JjI-
article on the subject in the hope that committee said that the voters must, American cons ;as I wanted :to get No; 8.-Henry Chalker A. feet, six inches; thence South, at I erty agent, and of a general n'a: -',,'

some "bugs" expert will see it and not only select two senators hat they word home, o(Jet some 'una'erstaud- C. FfUingin ,,.A-: H. Odom, Inspectors; right angles two hundred and forty and investment company; and the c-

reply thereto. The article is as follows should also endorse two men, for successors -. ing a.bout the ease, and what was to George Gibson, Clerk. (240)) feet to point of beginning on I j quiring, using and disposing of nr,>,-,

: to the senate It was BOND TRUSTEES STATED THAT be dong With us. The officer said he Precinot No. 9.-J. T. Fillingim, H. Romana Street, being portions of erty of all k.nds: necessary or IIK':,au,

necessary had told the American consul, but H. Gray, J. B Huggins, Inspectors; Lots: Twenty-two. Twenty-eight (28) tal to said businesses.III. .
la insanity on the increase in FlorIda -. to seek the endorsement or forever THEIR REPORT WOUUD NOT
P M. Pritchett, Clerk. anI! Twenty-nine (29), Block Four
later I found out.he had Jied, as the: .
out of the senatorial
stay contest. Nota
? If Dade county be taken as an Precinct No. 10.-Rube Henderson, (4): Donelson Tract, City of Pensa-
consul said he had heard ol
amount of the
man is saying BE READY FOR THE MEET. never The capital < c&
illustration it is and believe that an unseemly word or '
we
the matter. W. T. Godwin Ben. F. Bryars, In. cola, Florida, according to map of ,
the other counties will show doing an unseemly deed. The campaign shall be ten thousand doll.iio e
records of .1 spectors'Surges Bryars, Clerk. '!said City copyrighted by Thomas C.
ING.
the proportionate increase thatis is decidedly dignifted.Here's Released. divided into one hundred shares none
same Finally Precinct No. 11. B. M. Bryars, Watson in 1884.
hundred dollars each and '
evident here. Finally before dark the door opened Richard Ed !ngs, J. W. Farrell, In- :And h& desires to take the testimony i .J'
Within the past few weeks half a the way The Savannah Morning and we were' told to come out. srectors; B. H. Bryars, Clerk. of Mrs. Mercy Hargis, Dr. F. G. paid in lawful money of the I n; .

dozen or more patients have been take News view the Bryan sentiment The .special meeting of the city We thought that we were to be taken Precinct No. 12.-R. P. Reese, H, Renshaw, J. S. Roberts, W. F. Lee, States, or in property of a JUSt vaL-

en from here to the asylum for treat that is, sweeping over ,the country: council which was called Saturday by to the penitentiary, as nothing would K. Davis, J. G. Yniestra* Inspectors; and himself for the purpose of showing tion to be fixed by the mcorporatu! 5.

ment for different forma of insanity. hav. surprise 1 us after the treat A. N. Knowles, Clerk. that he and those under whom IV.
It seems that Mr. Bryan is going to the mayor, upon request of the Boardof
which
But one of the patients suffered with find himself much ment we had received but on the Precinct No. 13.-O. E. White, W he claims title have been in possession The term for the corporation
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bigger when
violent type of lunacy, all the others he gets home-.than ,he was man when; he Bond Trustees, and which was to contrary were given our liberty. No B. Strickland, J. C. Porter, Inspectors of the said property adversely to is to exist shall be mnetj-nine t *

being quiet, their disease taking the left. He said time have, been held last night at 7:30: explanation was offered! as to our ar ; J. G. Oliver, Clerk all the world for more than twenty years from the issuance of letters jat-
some that he
form of melancholia or temporary in- wouldn't again be candidate ago for o'clock, was called off late in the af. rest. Precinct No. 14.-.F. E. Brawner, ((20) years, and will make applicationat ent.

sanity, both of which are current. Why president unless occasion a demanded ternoon. '*! and my nlo:'1 then went to the Jcs. Brown, D. B. Reed, Inspectors; the said office on the 27th day of V.

so many persons in this county are It. It appears that Occasion is Chairman Green late: in the after- custom house and asked to be al :,Abe Daniels, Clerk. June, 1906 for a commission to take The business of the 'orpora'nn;

suffering mental derangement is unknown to meet him the New York preparing noon telephoned J City Clerk Merritt lowed to go aboard our ves e1. This Precinct No. 15.-T. S. Caro, F. E such testimony. shall be conducted by the toiO\\"j: i!]-

unless it be due to one of those dock and force him at into the I that the board would be unable to submit was' refused. I then asked that we Commyns, F. M. Whiting Inspectors; A. M. MCMILLAN, officers, viz: A President a Secretary

peculiar epidemics that come quicklyand whether he will running, its report at the meeting, and requested -be allowed to go on board and get Joe V. Reira, Clerk. Clerk Cir. Ct. Escambia, Florida.By a Treasurer, and a Board o'

after running their course, disappear or no. that the mayor: and alder our clothing and1 personal effectas, Precinct No. 16.-B. P. Williams, C. L. AYtMARD, D. C. Directors, consisting of hr.,o ,.r x', ,

in the same way. The Atlanta Journal is men be notified of this fact. Inas- we haJ nothin '>'' This 'was also refused B Faircloth, James Hubbird, Inspectors 27mayoaw4wks. holders; and by such o)1 e- "f-t

By the laws amended by the last of the op'In.ion much as the meeting was called for and I afjtod .Jhat the boat, ; H. H. Bachar, Clerk. I;ficers and employee: aBoard ., .'

legislatore all sheriffs are requiredto that the hesitancy of Secretary the special purrMsot. hearing the report fish a11-3' everything on board belonged Precinct No. 17W. H. Kilbee, H.: Notice for Publication. Departmentof of Directors mairri ,

deliver at the expense of the coun- Taft about accepting the appointment I of the bond trustees, the mayor to the Mexican government. This A. Suggs, Sidney Clopton Inspectors; ,the Interior. Land Office at Gaines- The offices of Secretary antI'<*! -f' !-'

ty from whch: committed and the to the supreme court bench is because immediately called the meeting off. included' my aafcthSal instruments.Well J L. Hoyt Clerk. Tille, Fla., April 9, 1906. Notice is urer may be filled by the '-aiiif i i""

same fee and mileage allowed as in the gowns the Justices wear Wednesday night the regular meet- I told thg boys to stay where Precinct No. 18.-J. A. Williams, W. hereby given that the following named son. The directors shall bi rpo n
transporting criminals. Previous to are proof ing of the aldermanic body will be they were" untiP" could find the J. Brewton. H. T. Enterkin, Inspec- settler has filed notice of his intentionto by the stockholders and the tv'.i! ,,1

this act guards were sent from the against the sting of the presidentialbee. held, ,when in all probability the bond American fconstfl\ ,!whlch I finally succeeded tors;. R. J: Bowman. Clerk. make final proof in support of his ficers of the corporation shall oe I ir.11.>

asylum for insane persons and the expense trustees will, report upon the sewerage "in 'loing'fijfad.he' furnished us Precinct No. 19.-W. B. :Miller, F.M. claim, and that said proof will be en by the Board of Directors. T ;

charged to the state. The new JI and. drainage_ bids, which have with 'a place-
law is good for the sheriffs but hardon I ** teen in tneir nands rot some weeks. that night and tuniil he heard from A: J. Fillingim, Clerk. : Pensaeola, Fla, on June 30, 1906. viz: I first Tuesday of December in f.1e:

the counties. The sheriff makes the American ambassador at Mexico Precinct No. 20.-{}. W. McCurdy, James S. Seals of Nokomis, Ala., Hd.: year, which shall be the day fo <

by the fee and mileage, while the NEWS AND VIEWS City. We staYed around Progressofor Mal. Martin Jr., W. M. McCurdy, Jr., 30488 for the lot 1 ( or El% of NB%) I annual meeting of the stocknolam'

counties lose by the same process.I* FROM- STATE, PAPERS. MAY APPOINT -over a n\onth, trying to get Inspectors; Mark McCurdy, Clerk. Sec. 1 Tp. 5, N., R 34 W. He names and directors. The officers who .. !

But one or two of the several lunatics possession of mur vessel, but without Precinct No. 21.-Preston Pierce, the following witnesses to prove his to conduct the business of the corp '1'l

sent from here in the recent past have "" A; GAME, WARDENIMPORTANT successj They told us-Jhat the courts: M. E. Henderson. R- I. Bradley, Inspectors continuous residence upon and cultivation tion until those elected at tfu ft-: :

been residents of Dade county and had had decreed: tiitt. she shad lawfully :- C, R Vaughn, Clerk. of said land, viz: J. E. Hub- election to be held on the daf<>,' ".-

no claim upon it. Then, why should Roosevelt in 1912.Mr. been seized, andithcra was no.use to Precinct No. 22.-ClYde McDavid, bird, of Nokomis, Ala., James Hub. first annual meeting shall havt'{ W. F. Brown B. C.
the county be taxed individually for Roosevelt's friends now give it stay' longer. :The American consul' W. H. Clerk.Jernigan, Inspectors bird, of Nokomis, Ala., W. M. Courtney tied, shall be as follows:

sending them to the asylum! It is out that. he will stick to his word :and : MEETING OF THE then sent us hoj e lv way of Galves-: Precinct; No.Mayo 23.-H., D. Barrow of Nokomis, Ala., W. B. Seals, of William B. Withers, President; f\

hardly fair and Just because they are not be a candidate for president in tou, and I tell-,j xu we were glad to : W. Nokomis Ala. V. G. Robinson, Reg. C. Packard, Secretary and Treas'irf' ,
C. Kelly. R. J. Seymore ,
more of a state than a county charge.On 1908, but that he will come to the BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS get away f1'Omthat; place.Method'of Inspectors; ister and William B. Withers, R. C Hazard
H. C. Killam Clerk
this account the law is strong front in 1912 ready and willing if : WILL BE HELD Mexicans.' FRANK RETLLY' and John E. Stillman, Directors:
,
ly opposed in all quarters. There is the country calls. The president VI.
Notice for Publication. Departmentof
no serious objection to the probably has such "But, I want? ., 0 tell you something Chairman of Dem. Ex. Com.
fee and no intentions and TONIGHT. A. H. D'ALEMBERTE! the Interior. Laud Office at Gainesville I The highest amount of li-ibi'i'; \ f
about this seizure, business and nowt ,
mileage allowed sheriffs for handling there is no reason to suppose that 'indebtedness to which the corporr: :' o
Secty. of Com. Fla., April 9, 1906. Notice is
[ is done. L told by marine
such cases, but the expense shouldbe there will be any demand for him at y a hereby given that the following named can at any time subject itselfhai:i >,0 f
borne by the state, and we voice that time. Teddy is not the only hospital surgeon; at. Progresso that Fifty Thousand Dollars.
the sentiment of many in suggesting pebble on the beach.-Live Oak Democrat The regular meeting of the Board the day w,,, sailed from Pensacola Luxurious Baths. settler has filed notice of his intentiopto VII.

that the next legislature amend the of County Commissioners of Escam telegram: wag sent from this city to Many citizens are availing them- make final proof in support of hs "-
The and residence-
lunacy law so as to make the # bia county will be held tonight, and it the Mexican government giving the : selves of the luxurious baths at the claim, and that said proof will be subscribers names with the numbc 'f
expense
ot handling such unfortunate persons A Leon ,County 'Patriot. is understood a number of important name of the boat, my name and the San Carlos Bath House. Mrs. Bliss made before Clerk Circuit Court at shares subscribed, each of "" a,
resolve back matters will come to the attention of number of crew. This was also done has had the pool: for gentlemen made 'eneacola. Fla., on June 30. 1906, viz; by
the
and upon state of Florida Leon county has a true patriot in not upon the counties, whose the of W. I. Vason William Withers M h',
funds parson late candi-- probably be disposed pf is the question "This much lnwas told, but I will now be had in the plunge. Hd. 30652 for the SW4 of Section 6, B. Gulfport.
seriously inroaded
are date for
on account legislature. In 49 shares.
of ItAlthough the first primary of ,a game and fish warden for also tell you what I saw ana heard. Tp. 5 N., R. 33 W. He names the following '
I
Mr. V SOIl received R. C. Packard Toledo Ohllj j
a pluralityof the county, for which position there: One evening the gunboat officers said witnesses to prove his continuous ,
the votes cast shares.
lacking but a few are three applicants, Messrs. Gus Sol- to me; that would now go out and The Journal Printed residence upon and cultivation of
the number of candidates of getting a majority and the nomina John E. SUllman, Pensdcoia 12 r ,
tion. erlind. Ike Denman and John Gates,: get a boat from'Mobile. Sure enougn said land, viz: J. E. Hubbird, of Nokomis
A second
in today's primary is small, it is none been to primary wouh' hav the latter of Ferry Pass. All of the I a Mobile smack was ia port next During 1908 ; Ala., James Hubbird, of Nokomis shares.IN .'..
the less Important that every voter go Mr. Vason necessary determine whether gentlemen\ have presented petitions morning. The next day they said May, Ala., W. M. Courtney of Nokomis WITNESS WHEREOF: :<}
\ or his opponent would be II I scribers have hereunto :v t:,er
numerously signed to the board they would be "back in the morn'n? Ala. James S. Seals, of
; to the polls and exercise the _right the nominee, but rather than put the asking a Total of hands.
of committee that the office be created, and, ;with a Galveston smack, and when I Ala.V.. G. Robinson. NOkomis'1
suffrage and The Journal to the of
sincerely
expense a second WM. B. WITHER:*,
other wnt and looked out into the harbor
petitions
presenting their -
respective -
; hopes that all will do primary, Mr. Vason voluntarily with- R. C. PACKARD
so. drew claims to the" position. I saw a Galveston smack just as they Notice for Publication. Departmentof :

take the and plum.permitted-Madison his opponent New Enter to It is said that thd laws of the' statein said they would get one. 157,350 the Interior. Land Office at Gainesville JOHN B. STlLMYSTATE '! -
-
The Election of prise. this regard have been almost entirely "Another thing want to tell you Fla., Apri9.! 1906. Notice I is I

e.. .. disregarded in the past, and about is what one of the sailors on hereby given that the following named OIF FLORIDA.
Alternate Senators. I I Results of the Primary.The that in order to protect game and fish the Vera Cruz who could spank Erg- COPIESor settler has filed notice of his intentionto I E3CAMBIA/ COUNTY.

people of Florida the services of a warden are neces Lsh told one of my men.! It was! make final proof in support of his: Before me personally appeal <1 tv:
are,
Alabama's celebrated "grave .yard"I whole, to be congratulated upon on the a sary.All during the time They were towing us an Average of claim, and that said proof will be liam B. Withers, R. C. Pack. "! a31

election proposition, which contemplates I results of the recent primary elec. I of the 'gentlemen named have t\ port, when the sailor told my man made before Clerk Circuit Court at John E. Stillman, known to me. as .,>.
strong endorsements for the positionand hat if they would swear that we had Pensacola, Fla., on June 30, 1906, viz Individuals who subscribed ">

:: the election of successors toAlabama's I tion.The new Senators placed in nomination -I will make a strong bid for the been fishing when caught that all 5,828 Thomas H. Nelson, of Pensacola, Fla.,I above Articles of Incorporai.. n ,"' :

present representatives in are men of stability and -character place if it is created by the board. would be allowed to go except ue Hd. 30713 for the NE& (or lot 1) and I'I severally acknowledged that r MJ h.I < '

; the United States senate, has been I and, together which the "hold "p .. ana' if they didn't swear as they were SE'/4 of NW'i (or 6 of Lot 2) Sec.J scribed and executed: the sant t >

the subject of no little controversy oyers," will form a body in whose REV. FLOYD: THOMKINSON ,. wai ted that they. would be sent to DAILY 3 2, Tp. :2 S., R. 31 W. He names the,I uses and purposes therein: set ,'-'

hands the welfare of "WORK OF WOMEN." the penitentiary. The sailor then following witnesses to his I TESTIMONY WHEREOF I I' -
and, it seems, considerable misapprehension the state may I prove continuous -
told man how much each man of The following figures show The Pen
my hereunto set hand and offi. ;a
safely be confidea'
I : I residence upon and cultivat'onf : my
'
I.. exists relative to the matter. I We observe that some of our contemporaries By Associated Press. the crew would get as prize moae?, sacola Journal's circulation for eacn said land. viz: George P. Cross, of I this 29th day of May, A. P. I''"'',

.- The following, from the Birmingham take the ground that the Asheville, N. C., June 11.-Rev.I and seemed surprised when my man day,durin'g the month of May, 1906. PensacolaFla.., B. C. Duval, of Pen-I PATTILLO CAMPHK1} : '.
Ledger under the caption "Alternate Floyd Thomkins of told hm: that if one went to prison with the average number of copieJ
administration faction will have Philadelphia, addressed sacola, Fla., Willie Simon, of Pensaco-I (Seal
Senators," will prove interesting in but majority of three In the senate the Young Wtomen's Chris all would go, and that he J'dn't propose daily: la, Fla., A. J. Nelson, of Pensacola, Notary Public State of Flo' :' t1\ '

at the next session of the legis tian Ass.ociation: tonight on "The Work to sWar'to any Pes. There is May 1, 5,800 May 17, 5,800 Fla. W. G. Robinson Register. large.
this connection: lature. A careful 'examination of the of Women." the man there, (pointing to one Of May 2, 5,800 May 18, 5,700 My commission expires Dec i'' '
l The Gadsden Times-News reiterates list the crew) who wi>il verify what I say. May 3, 5,900 May 19, 5,800 -
leads
however -
to believe that APPLICATION FOR LETTERS -
PAT
us
-: that talk about the campaign for alternate the : He is the one who they wanted to, May 4, 5,700 May 20, 6,200
majority will be \ Feeding Tree.. ENT.
Orange
senators being a waiting for dead considerably swear w.3 werefishing.. May 5, 5,900 May 21, ... Notice for Publication. Dep' :,,"':;
men's shoes before they die. That greater.The I The biggest and best oranges are not "Yes, we had a pretty tough experience May 6, 6,250 May 22, 5,7001 NOTICE is hereby given that the of the Interior. Land Office at
cry was started by some good politicians Supreme Court contest was an grown on good soiL Fruit growers can ," concluded Captaia Mal-- May 7, n. May 23, 5,850 undersigned will. on the 5th day of I ville, Fla., April 9, 1906. Nor';; '
interesting one, and resulted in the July, 1906 apply to the Governor of, ,
as soon as the state committee nomination of Justices Improve on nature,when it comes to fitano," and I guess none of ui want May 8, 5,800 May 24, 5,750 hereby given that the followin.! ':Yo'

,,; decided that the people of the state Whttfield.: The success of Parkhill the former and feeding a tree. If they want to get the any more of Mexican justice." May 9, 5,600 May 25, 5,750 the State on the of Articles Florida, of for Incorporationherein Letters Patent settler has filed notice of his in' ', ",

hall not only elect the senators, but Tias especially gratifying to the finest fruit they no longer pick out the May 10, 5,600 May 26, 5,800 below out the original of to make final proof in SUppOi r .

;: the successors to the senators. Thd of Tampa' where he has people rich alluvial] soils., Very fertile land May 11, 5,600 May 27, 6,100 set claim, and that said proot 'v
many Maand and Maunder. which articles file in the office
are on
T committee simply insisted that the rt1atives'and friends while produces citrus trees,of rant growth j i May 12, 5,700 May 28, ... made before Clerk Circuit C' ,"
; on the Neither maund'jt. basket nor maunder of the Secretary of State of the Stateof .
voters shall have the right and'duty of : 13 6,300 May 29, Pensacola Fla. June 30, IS", .l
other hand the nomination of Justice which often bear enormous crops, but i' May 5,750 on
.
is obsolete.Both
: naming to the governor the men they Whitfleld in spite of the bitter the finest and highest priced fruit to whine or grumble, May 14, n. May 30, 5,800 Florida.'V B. WITHERS, Murdock T. McMillan of Pine B- -<' ,

want to succeed the venerable sena attack made !upon him by a promi- grows on nearly sterile soil. This are still In common use' in South May 15, 5,800 May 31, 5,800 R. C. PACKARD Fla., Hd. 34574 for the N2 of Y.

? tors. There is a condition in front of nent West Florida politician, very strange state of affairs Is thus explained -( Notts and Leicestershire at any rate. May 16,5,800 JOHN E. STILLMAN. lof Section 28, Tp. 3 N., R- 31 V :.:-,

; us. and not a sentiment, great as the clearly indicates the futility of such The former Is used only, howeverof Total for the month. .. 157,350 I names the following witne-"C.=
In ,
: fertile soils food I Articles of Incorporation.We "
plant is .
: sentiment is in favor of the present political in th's a particular kind of basket used for : prove his continuous resident
weapons enlightened seldom the undersigned, do hereby -
properly balanced; neither is It''! I associate f
senators. It is purely a necessary age-Tampa Tribune. carrying butter to market The basket and cultivation of said land. \n
.- Average day. . ourselves together for ,the '
in per 5,828I purpose ''
political provision, and instead of .L..- .1L. .... present just the right! condition for Is nearly square In shape and has two i of becoming incorporated under S. Hobby, of Pine Barren Fla ,.

leaving the probable selection of the Got His Money's.Worth. producing the best fruit For some rear I lids opening from the middle part hereby certify that the above I the laws of the State, of Florida, to D. Berg, of Pine Barren, Fla W ,\',.

; next senators to any governor the Governor Broward owes us two son too, it isn't possible to, Influence \ where the'handle is, and it is called is : transact for profit the business hereinafter Miller, of Pine Barren, Fla I f. I '
; statement correct accordng to the 0-
state committee required the voters of cents. We ha-a' to pay that sum out fruit through the' medium of a rich, the "butter mawn" (maund). Maunder i records on file in this office. I set forth; and we do adopt the by, of Pine Barren, Fla. W G 8.

the state to name the men for them- of .our* slender bank account to get fertile soil. It doesn't', leem to be a Is usually heard in such sentences aa following as the Charter of the pro- inson, Register. ,

I selves. !No fair minded man could object some drainage literature out of the good medium for chemical fertilizers "What are you maundering at?" A posed corporation: : -

to that. I post office. On reading this literature whereas a soil whici almost sterile Northumbrian will say, "He's a maundering .,1 NOTICE.To .
.
.' The men who are makin'g the cam- howeverwe nd it completelyI makes the right base'upon which is old fool," when the man of The name of .the corporation shall all White Carpenters:-T'.. J

'I. .r. palgp. for the senatorial Alabama succession has areas I accord with editorials we have already !. build up ideal conditions. Trees may whom he is speaking strings words to- rlion. I be The Pensacola Realty Company, will be a meeting Wednesday, ';!
good men as :
I ever pro published on the subject, ani be started in it and then fed and its principal place of business 1, old a;- :
du.c. d. That cannot be with just gether in a senseless sort of way soms- 13, 7:30 p. m.. room :
l disputed. They I we got,, our_ monej's worth. The such chemicals as will produce the Sworn to and subscribed before me shall be at Pensacola, Escambia Count building; All are cordially inn-;
:-, arp as good as any of us; they come Governor is making a brave fight, and of fruit what akin to dling.-London Notes. this 31st day of May, 1906.PERRY Florida; but the Board of Directors attend.
from all parts of the states They mere- deserves at least the respectful and finest quality and Queri, s. ," < DICKEN may establish other placeg of 9june2t Comn.LteI


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING|, ,,_, JUNE 12, 1906 PAGE FIVE :

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, :m: MMHNHM. m mmmam lady teacher, "If I lay five eggs on I J'Watson

'Tie Best I/What We Self" the; desk and you' Jay two more, how
many-eggs will' there'b mall?" ,

PEOPLE and EVENTSSeent Take her' up Bill,"- waS the audible I ;

tPJ her whisper lay, hers from 1lrst.u-Judge's the bad boy; "make Maga- Parker Reese Co :.r

; zlne of Fun.) }
Hot ,
| i Heard and Done Among Those Who Go j Too ';- ,.
Come
and :Mr. Edmund Clarence Snedicar of !l .
Pierre. Dakota spent Sunday with SPECIALS .

Women To&ook friends. .
Tarry & and Society, Here and Elsewhere. .(: i

Mr. Willis Frank JeSus who has

I Some canned' fish ready to been Ia the city for a day or two, Monday i
By Eo NELUE BECK. Tetepfcona 669.A left' last night for New Orleans wherehe Tuesday J

serve and packed' by clean will take the Sunset Limit9d this ,
morning, for the scenes of the recent ,'1'
packers rlshfc where the fish devastation in California in the interest -I I
LITTLE HAND. 6f a northern publkation. June H and 12 IYt'

A !ltt.e hand within my hand, The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature. is-caught ', I

Ann! am king of men; Salmon (Fancy Red). .. .20c Mrs. M.: EL Baits left Monday noon

j. yule arm around my n k,1Odhye I 'Clams i .. . .. IBc i iLobsters II for her- old\]tome in Nashville to t't'1\ -t.
( sorrow then! .. .. .. .. 25 and 50c sperm 'a month with her mother and >P

.t littte dimpled mouth to kiss, Shrimp. .. .. . .. ....lOc. I i other relatives and. friends.Mr.. 3,000 yards 40-tacli lOc
Baits 'accompanied her as far as _______ il
\ pair of sunny eyes Deviled Crab (with shells) 25c --------- :

jilted with the light of wilding bliss- Soft Shell Crabs. .. 35c Flomaton.

Good-t t> TO stormy skiesA French Sardines .10, 15, 20, 2ac I 1,800 yards X-Bar Muslin 5c Il ,
.. Considerable anxiety was expressed -----___________.
Herring (Kippered) .. 25c. i ,
baud to lead me forth'To Sunday about Rev. Dr. Whaley'shealth : ;
little Mackerel. .. ..20c
to to ,'
meadows of the morn,- Pickled Eels. .. ...25c as! he- was unable to conduct 50 dozen ladies' Vests t sligh" 4 f 25 i $ : ji
Blow, S'r> Trouble the world's F 1 ; to. I any of the services at Christ church.It damaged, or. .___ C f (:,
a-buhble. t is hoped however' that his illness IL
is not serious.' j -
I shal! not hear your horn! ."
to stay f ",
A hula questioner J ; : :
and the !Miss Julia Knowles Is slowly convalescing
thought
tumult

Tuar!With The erst! golden would marvels mar the fraught.vocal, way, /1 ROSEN AUXGERELDS, the house.! but is not* yet able to leave I If you are going surf bathing, see i f



A little face to look upon, ? The Fancy Grocers, Small mode launch of parties entertainment are the just favorite our line of Suits, Caps and Shoes, I t ; : ,

A little comrade-chiln ", t
I now, and the bay the moonlight and !
To Content make the and turgid reconciled heart; that aches % Phone 39.'. Penaacola.Marine two or more-or less-congen'al complete range prices and styles. tx

friends certainly form a tempting
A little hour in fields to dwell ,
combination. There were fourteen ,
And !In the common clod I -
See things that spell on hill and reported from the life saving stationThursday ., c' r,'

dell night and eight Friday -t ;t

of. God.A night with no account of those who Yours for ;
The handiwork business
Grocery Co. kept to the water., 4 :t : ;:

'Ittl- footstep at side, : '
my
604, 605 S, Palafox St The little son of Mr. and Mrs. F.
A little throat that sings Phone: 725. B. Hagerman is quite sick. r ::
Tne music of the meadow brooks, WatsonParker&Reese Co :
The ballad of the springs; '
t little heart to set me free V. J. VIDAL, Manager.We Mrs: William B. Wright Is pleas- .

From worry and from care \\ _rJ-i carry a full line of Imported and antly situated at Asheville. Mr. : .

tong the pathway of the bee, I u \\t\k\ Domestic Groceries and Provisions.We will Wright close and their sons home anti' Miss and Kelley Successors to Green & Watson. ;. ,t
Friday
1 go t,
The lanes of summer air.A j want your patronage. ,I .
to Old Mill Inn on the bayshore.Mrs. .
1 a + 33 and 35 South Palafox Street. f ft'.
cheek that shames the ,
little : rose I '
)
t C. W. Hagerman is home and
A little faith and trust- a lot of other'substantial and'season I P.

Good-bye to avenues of toil! able refreshments. looking well. I I .,
After dinner went to the I :; .
they over
Good-bye to steam and dust; \ '
Miss Isla Smith leaves Friday to
The world is ringing with the song life saving station intending t> en- 'r' ..'
Of wonder where we joy a dip In the surf, but the water attend the commencement at her i '


And we..wonderland are children you that know.To go,belongTo ji ; jid1I I and was them his too to enter assistants rough the and water.would Capt. not Broadbent allow alma mater and Baltimore and visit. friends in Washington Jack, Hooton's. Announcement :. ;: ;i'T.


Miss Pauline Wever, who has been "
They were inclined to rebel until :
wonder land and summer land, : .
i I, almost his quite sick at the residence of her sis ,', .
And every land that lies PRETTY MODEL FOR SUMMER FL1ANNEL. they saw a boy dorwn- '
.
ter Mrs. W. D. 'Sears was reportedlast ,"
Under the sweetness of the dew rescue being difficult and his body ,
The zephyr of the skies. This tailored shirt waist, is a splendid I four closelyj-lapped pleats, machine- eluded the life savers until everybody evening as improving.Mr. _=:: ; ;; __: .j; ; f

0 little babe. O little life model for the light-weight sum. stitched, either side of the centre i was gad] to submit to the wise _- -.. ... "N ... ( !,
I I front box pleat fastened with white 'injunctions of those in charge. John O'Connor purchased the I' h;;:'::::;:;..: ,
Within the hills we'll hkte, mer flannel waists which every girl :U 4
government sailboat at the auction ,
cut
pearl buttons. The sleeves are After the boy was rescued the
Intil there is not strife par. 'L
Around the whole any world wlde- should number among her other from the regulation shirt pattern, ty continued to enjoy the day and' returned Monday and 1 wIn JJ.Se it as a private 1870- -

"shirts" to the extent of at least two the cuffs fastened with pearl links, home quite late a weary but yacht at the "Cabbge Patch," it is : 1. ,
We take pleasure in to _
or three. Besides being smart, these and on the left breast is the smart happy crowd. presumed great announcing our : ;

Until:The the glowworms little shadows flash and fall,shine. are exceedingly serviceable, being pocket which characterizeS''the shirtof -+- patrons and the general public that we will have with : s:

just the thing for the occasional cool this summer-time. A touch of WHITMIREVERMILLIONPRETTY The baby son of Mr. and Mrs.
And thou canst lay thy little head us for the following days only-r-June 27,28,29 30 and : :
days which creep into the warmestof dressiness is afforded by the stock James Connor was christened Warren :.i

To Upon travel this farther breast than of mine knowIn summer months. The material iu I of white taffeta silk, with double HOME WEDDING: Sunday,afternoon at 4 o'clock by July 2, an expert optician, representing the celebrated J
we "
this instance is a creamy Frencn turnover of whit -and old blue SUNDAY AFTEflNOON.;' Rev. W. Q. Vreeland at 105 SouthFlorida :
words of childhood dream, i *>, 'I* firm of A. K. HAWKES CO., Atlanta, Ga., the !i 'i
flannel, stripes! with dove gray and!: taffetas, which continues.* in pointed : Blanca, after which the
for the child i I There home wedding '
Where only little was a pretty
old blue. The back Is plain and] tabs below the neckline for several Rev. friends present were regaled with largest and most favorably known optical establishment i :
The lights of wonder gleam.A Sunday afternoon at which W. '
drawn with some little fullness into I i'inches, the white: tab set with tiny Q. Vreeland pastor of the Palafox M. delightful refreshments. in the South. f: r
the waistline and the fronts show blue crochet buttons. 4Mr. '
little hand within E. church, officiated in his usual
Down to the greenwood my hand. way- ._- pleasant and. dignified way. from( .'a "P.business A. Hendrix trip to :Mobile.has returned* He Will i Test Eyesight and Fit i Gl sses. : /

The wounds of worry, ana1 of strife The bride wan Mrs. Sallie E. Whit- '
of, value. On the is 1 vLieut I
wearer as a means facilitating acquaintance bar engraved j
be !! mire and the Mr. W. L. The Doctor is of of the :
shall healed r
They to-day bridegroom a graduate one leading
and good fellowship.The "Jeannette Israel, while on the face and Mrs J. I. Bryan have returned -
Good-bye to trouble, the world's a- and welcome of Vermlllion formerly of St Louis but in the United States is .'
idea is a bright the pendant-both of gold- is in from a delightful two days Ophthalmic Colleges } thor-
bubble, one and will readily obviate the un- scribed, "Sol Cahn Medal. Highest now of this city. fishing trip to the life saving station
with all modern methods in
conversant
to weather! The ceremonytook place at the oughly re-
Good-bye stormy usual '
pleasant alternaternatives necpheaElant Scholarship of 1906 while on the reverse where they were guests of Capt.
Hand in hand to the sunshine land, alternatives usual' necessities appear.-"Temple BethEl Religious home of the brisje, 105 South Florida Broadbent fractive science. including Retinoscopy, Ophthalmology
My child and I togetherBentztown Blanca, at 3:30, in, the of
of of School. presence
crowd
in such a stangers
in Sun. relatives and friends. etc., and has had long experience in his specialty. ',
Bard Baltimore only a few
repeatedly asking the same person's President Cahn also gave a book to ,Blne-ftibbon Lemon and Vanilla. ,
-+- wish to introducehim the Junior class which The attendants were, Miss Anna '. '
name when you was won by Absolutely pure. Goes twice as far Remember :
BADGE TO FACILITATE or her or of so mumbling it over Miss Paula Hershkovitz.In MoWilHams and Mr. D. T. Ketterer ".

ACQAINTANCE WITH VISITORS.At that an introduction is practically an the evening twenty-four of Miss Miss' Pearl Mackey (of Roberts) and
empty, meaningless form. Jeanette's Sunday class mates-Including M r. E. H. Raymer. SEE) OUR ,$3 WELT SHOE FOR that we have arranged this engagement and secured "

the reception to the visiting Ep- The people of Pensacola wish to, her confirmation class, calledat I The bride and Miss McWilliamswere MEN, BOTH LOW AND HIGH CUT the services of a man of ability and reputation, and -, ::
south Leaguers at the Y. M. C. A. gowned In dainty lilac lawn ALL LEATHERS' $2.50. THE M. .,
not merely "meet" these welcome the home of her parents to calibrate IN .
hulking! tonight, the committee has while Miss Mackey wore white & 0. that we, personally, guarantee his work. f';:
her
become latest
but to really person honor, and so surprised
visitors
badge adopted bearing the device the of a badge of, each itsWe ally acquainted with each of them, the little lady that when she swiss. All examinations are free, and only regular prices : : ?:::
name call each by name and returned from and J\i 1on-the guests from a distance OF THE RICH. '
to be able to a neighbor's found HABITS will be charged for 'g.:, L
of Roberts.
learn their address as early as pos- them assembled to" oo her honor, she was Mrs. Mackey F.

sible. And there can be no real'foun- dropped to the floor. But, she soon :After the cerellonyand a look'at I&aplel of Millionaire Extravagance You Can Save Money a. :' ; ':
dation for "the tie that binds" between recovered and they had a merry time the presents delightful refreshmentswere IB the Metropolis. band ;

two people who are each won- till aften ten o'clock. served by Mrs. Lewis, Miss In his before fame
Viola Lewis, Miss Annie Apostle and Zola youth, came obtain the highest class of professional service inthis f t :;
who earth they are talking --+-
dering on to lint, wrote some stories about millionaires
reSole
Miss Grace Eldridge. line of this
by taking advantage opportunity.
DELIGHTFUL PICNIC
wherein U seemed to him be t h
toAnd, who has not exclaimed, when AT TOWN POINT. -+- exaggerated shamefully in his descriptions Bear in mind the dates-June 27, 28, 27, 30, and .,-'
Was that iMss Jones? AT ANCHOR.A' I !
too late-"O! '
Agents For I wish I had known I was so anxIous There was a delightful picnic"'Sunday : chief of bureau in the navy d'apartment of the costly homes and habits of July 2. I l : I
the rich, but later on, when Zola became -
when Mr.
to meet her." and1 Mrs. P. C. Licata, : tells a good story of the 1'1
their little a friend of millionaires he found '..:
-+- Daughter Emma, Mrs. Bet? time, when one of the secretaries of I
MEETING ry, Miss iMary Walker, Miss Eva Zirr, notion that his accounts of their extravagance
U. D. C. REGULAR th, navy got the into his head
John A. Morrill SCo'sIowa THIS AFTERNOON AT F4VE. Miss Madeline Ery Miss Etta Muller -that officers should not permit their had fallen far short of the truth. are Certain Inlaid wines-Schloss with ivory and JohanI gold. : berg, i i GULF CITY COFFEE CO. 'tL

Miss Marie Pine. Miss Georgia wives to reside at the foreign .stations In the same way stories about the i
:Pensacola Chapter,.U. D. C., will Parry and Mr. B. Bagtey, Mr. R. to which their husbands might extravagance of American millionairesthat for instance stamped with the crest of Roasters, Blenders and Shippers of ;
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hold the regular monthly meeting at Pine Mr. T. Phillips, Mr. -E. Phillips be attached. So an order to that j sound like exaggerations may also( Prince Matternlch-are sold at private :
residence of the president Mrs. Mr. G. Gonzalez and Mr. 'E. Bales to millionaires for $40 and $50 a
the Instance '
effect was promulgated and no little fall short of the truth. Here, for
A E. MoDavid, 310 West Gregory at White with their two cooks and two amusement was afforded: the secretary : are some facts that an interior bottle. Fine Coffees J: ,

5 o'clock.I waiters, went" aboard the launch when he received the following' decorator of New York supplied the Automobiles of ninety or more horsepower ii'

I T-I "Mazie F. and went skimming; the cablegram from Commodore Fyffe, sound extreme but made to order will cost from OUR COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL
AND MRS. GONZALEZARE water to the bluff at Town Point. then in command of the Asiatic! other day. They $30,000 to $40,000. Some millionaires !!! GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL.
let Zola.be remembered.A
There they disembarked and spenta
TO CELEBRATE THEIR squadron: I keep a dozen or more automobiles,
*'' : bought for his hall twelve
delightful morning. Dinn *included man
Pride ANNIVERSARY. "Secretary Navy Washington-It with a head chauffeur at $4,000 or
TENTH a delicious chowder concocted ,hj antique marble columns at Pompeii. -ClUb
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becomes my painful\ duty to report three Escambia
and two
I The following cards are being received one of tire expert cooks, ag well as that my wife, Eliza Fyffe, has In disobedience Finding he could use only eight of the $5,000 a year salary or I Pressing r :
week each.
assistants at $25 a
by the friends of the "bride he had the remaining four destroyed :
to enters and in the columns
my I Drying, Cleaning and Pressing of :
Then there Is the ocean goingyacht;
and groom. face of regulations of department ; although, he :was offered for gentlemen's and ladies' Clothing. Club '
be maintained in tbe :
which cannot
Hams I DOCTOR EXPLAINSHis taken: up her residence on the station -, them twice what he had paid. He had :I rates only $1.00 per month. We call .
Mr. Mrs J, Qonzalez YniestraAt most modest way at a smaller annual
and
and refuses to leave. (
paid $5,000"aplece., for and deliver all work. No. 9 E.
Home Article in the Medical Magazine -+- AubUsson carpets, with a pile three expenditure than $25,000.-New York Intendencia. t'
evening June the eighteenth Press. ,
Monday
six About Coffee. UEUT. J''. I. BRYAN inches thick !are,often made to orderat WALTER MAULTON & CO., Props.Selix's -
nineteen hundred and
These are this firm'sfirst from eight till eleven. i lOne of the most famous medical WINS GOLF CH Mp.JON1SHIP.I I a cost'of $40 a yard. Such a cost, Their First Quarrel. :, Old Stand. : '.
in United Slates is beside what Is ordinarily
publications the though, 11 nothing
Seven hun- 'red: 'and five Cervantes AND THE COUNTRY CLUB CUP. j,
Clinic" in 'a She-Strange how marrie J ;
"Alkaloidal recent They, people
the paid for. antique rugs.
Pensacola Florida. The
of silver cup offered by the Country -
Hams.
grade Tenth AnniversaryR.. S. .V. PAS number of which an entertaining article Club and won at the recent golf mt'uured'by the yard often cost $500or can quarrel, isn't it, dear? Here I
I. I on coffee by a progressive physician we've been married two whole weeks
We do -+- tournament, was received from the $600 a yard. ,
not handle their YOU LIKE IT and surgeon was published.the .Jn engravers yesterday and presented to Chairs of,Ivory inlaid with wood are and not an unkind: word has passed ST. LOUIS : ;

'GIVEN AT CAMP HILt. explaining his position In matterthis the champion, Lieutenant J. I. Bryan, occasionally sold at $500 apiece. between us. .
second said t ,
grade (Eureka physician recently ; j
contest cost$150,000.
the :
I + who'won in One millionaire's piano He-We darling AND
shall never quarrel -
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'I BY MISS OLGA WHITE'S CLASS. "In the article in question 1 really '
is a large silver stein with four In
The'CUIP A five Inch'band'of Ivory, years .
brand) all. 'I touched but lightly upon the meritsof until you begin it. I'never "
at These
I Among the entertainments given "Pensacola ountry Club, Golf TournaMeat the carving: runs around the case,
at the Southern Industrial Instituteat Postum Food Ooffee. I have had ;19W," engraved upon it, and is decorated by Everett Shinn. shall. BIRMINGHAM .
which
was ;
hams are put up at Camp Hill, Ala., during commencement several cases of heart trouble, Indigestion aj! very handsome trophy. The, gold and silver plate of one She-That's just like a rftan. I "

week! ,was "A? You Uke It,"I and nervousness where a permanent -+-- household requires an expert to look know you'll be the first to quarrel. have furnished two of the

Ottumwa, Iowa, and put on by Miss. Olfa White's Expression using Postum cure was in place effected of'coffee by merely with I' Miss Regina Hrfnber left Monday afterlt.;' The.man: is a goldsmith, and He-Now don't be unreasonable, most expert soda mixers
in -
class, and It is said to have noon for her home Birmingham; t
i creditable: out any other treatment."In 1 delightful visit to numeralsffleiidp his salary Is $2,000 a year. Bear. You- in the country. With a
are by odds the finestpacker's of been that a beautiful most play. performance my own family I have used Pos: ter1} during which she has received Billiard rooms sometimes cost $50 She-You never used to thinkme cunning and skill that is ;:

-+-; tum for three years and my children many social, -attentions. 000"to.., _.... .furnish..__-r. The' tables_and cuesBeautify unreasonable. Why didn't you nothing short of remark-drink3 ,;
product known. MISS JEANETTE ISRAEL. WINS actually cry for it and will; not bejsat- : find that out before you marriedme able, they create
"touch the spot"Drop
Isfied with other beverage... Indeed __ that
any L. Mayes and fine
Frank '
'GOU MEDAL Mrs. u' ? Etc.Tears and door slam. j
THE SOL CAHN! in and cool off. Just ,
refuse to eat until have J
they they young song Howard and Charles, left
--4 FOR' RELIGIOUS SCHOLARSHIP.One : had the customary cup of Postum and Sunday noon to visit relatives on the the Complexion do it once and well see if f ,

year ago :Mr, Sol Cahn, president as it is a rebuilder and does nothing f ao'flc coast Mr. Mayes accompanied Afternoon Calla. you often. j.! ,
of the 'congregation, of Temple i iI but good I am only too ;.glad:! ,tP 'let them &s far as New Orleans WTWDAYS.Nadinola+ The afternoon cash Is I a survival of an .i

I Bethel. offered a. gold medal to the, them have it. where they are spending: a few days. age when nobody had- anything to do : '
senior class for scholarship of the I "To get the best: results we bolt the except visit friends. The bitter part .t ,,
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Sol! Cahn & CO. I religious school and, attendance at, Postum at least 20 minutes and it is 'Th* frieitt's: of Mrs. William L. s The UNEQUALED of the whole sad business Is that, unless COFFEE, ; ; L.,
Sunday announced -: then settled by adding lltile'e 1d to learn that she is "
and
the Temple, on a Johnson regret BeAUTifiER one pay 'calls, one does not get i Hot Biicuits and Rolls every i' "
the .three competitors water then the addition of. fresh ill at her home 301 West
thatof very --. Honed ty thousands. 1 asked to dinner.-London Globe, morning at 5 o'clock. : ( 1'- !
The Pure Food Store, Miss JeanetteIsrael was the. cream makes a beverage I now prefer Chwe. Her mother Mrs. Nelson\ foaraatecd to remove I : ,) :

winner. 1.I to the very best coffee." Name givenby Pun an arrived several days ao frtcllw, pimples all', Progress the growth of intelligenceand ------- f

South est Corner Palaloi and In a beautiful address, in which hepaid ', Postum Co.Battle Creek; Mich.- and, IB now with her. facial discoloration j power, Isthe end and booh' of liberty .1 ,
Intendencia a t rY'edtribute to Miss Authorities are agreed that Postum 4 sad ,store tl. and witiout: this ..a people may Kitchen Cafe. r f
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himself is wonderfully at the high school Kandy
Jeanette, President Cahn a quick and sure reobulder. home "visitors / 1 lemtjr>> c{ youtL p.r
I i sub
Phone {IlI presented the medal at a meeting Ten days' trial in .'pla, e, :of happened to 'be In oas of the Junior! n. wont cu* wrtw: rty iyfc 50e. tad have the name, but want the 104 S. Palafox. Phone.999 '
-' stance and spirit -freedom.-Chan- I J'
I Sunday, Dr. Koch' presiding. coffee proves it rooms Just when the class in mpntal S1.00 at aU lt lint drat *t<*e er by maiL
It ia a WOrk of art aside from its Lttok In pkgs. for the famous,little arithmetic' ; was called. KATIONU TOOET CO. ter.Teat, nlag. -
associational honorary.'and intrinsic book "The Road to Weilville. "Now, Willie," said the young, by' ,





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THE PENSACO.LA JO.URNALPTUESDY ,
AGE !SIX .
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Looking forafHome.Site REAL ETAThBARGAINS L. S. BROWN & CO. -


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I If I so, glance at the following; all' .. and Insurance WE HAVE 'SOME 'BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE WHICH
Tides the Affairs of Man"
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I good places/ to build: I'I'I WE BELIEVE WILL INTEREST YOU. IF YOU CAN'T LOCATE
$1000r-5 lots one block east,.of cat $J500; -Neat cottage in good neIghbor.
THEM
line on Strong? street, 200, by :- :, 5 3iood,;'splendid shade and large BY THE DESCRIPTION GIVEN, CALL UPON US AND WE

: Change in condition is fast taking place now. The great 1374 feet. i North West H Block 12, lot. 'Qr few days only. SHALL BE PLEASED TO PUT YOU ON THE GROUND. WE CAN

4 lots block east of carline $1600-For two blocks fronting 300 ONLY LIST A FEW. CALL AND SEE
: natural advantages of Pensacola are becoming known to $1000- one OUR COMPLETE LIST
outsiders and many: are conf.ng here and grasping the further south than above. West King Tract 6 lots _, .- feet 'on' Bayou good house and "

opportunities that lie negected! at wour feet. $1250()-Quarter block 200) ',by 137Vj on _____,_________J.__ $350.00 .several outhouses.. wharf, all $26,500-Th property 'kii wn a3 "KUPFRJAN'S PARK," inciumnz
car l'.ne on 16th*Ave. Faces under fence, good: water. This race tract, dancing pavilion, baseball and shooting ground

DON'T LAG BEHIND: south and east. ? 10 of the prettiest build- also to be sold quck.: It is a large dwelling and over 100 acres of land.

$1?. -Half block near Bayview Park. bargain at the price. $17,500-1. very desirable! business lot on Palafox st., near Garqen

FRONTBuy 400< by 137'/i 'feet 'A,bargain.;. ing lots in New City, over- $21000-Gets 10 brick stores whichcan (A BARGAIN).
TO THE
FORGE *
Will lend twothirdsof prices of- be made to bring $175.00per $12,5-jA'larpe( ( < lot (159 2 by 224 ft.) on northeast corner Oregon
above. looking the Bay. month. and Spring Sts.

Pensacola real estate tpday while values are yet GOOD INVESTMENTS; $20,000 Splendid warehouse site close $11,500-Two store buildings and one dwelling (all rented) wire
low. Two years from today you who do not buy now will $1200-:TWO small houses East Government Several. be tiful lots in to R. R. and water front large lot, East Wright St., immediately east of union depot
have that didn't take our advice. See our ,
re'srets
list of "moneymakers.you" Many of them on easy terma. ; rents'. $168 a year. the. 'residence portion of If you have property for sa'e list $5,000. -Modern dwelling, two-story, on corner lot on North Hill\! EJ.
Good interest. it with .us. We'l sell it. cellent neighborhood.

Write, call or hello. I $ 500r-FuU block'of:20 lots. East Hill North Hill. Telephone 918 or call 'at office. $1,500-Large one-story dwelling with 6 rooms, on East Intendenci

$ 650-Another 20 lot;block. t 4 201w' Thi sen Bldg. "We Sell Lots." street.$750.00All. .

I BUY REAL ESTATE NOW. YOU For prices and particulars of block No. 66, West King Tract, containing 24 )lots
WILL REAP GOOD PROFITS VALUES .

Pensacola Investment CONSTANTLY. .INCREASE v apply to .- : FOP: Farm Tur'entine
Company RENTS COLLECTED. .MONEY:: ." or

LOANED.. Timber Lands, .
I A. H. D'ALEMBERJE, City Manager.W. LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYt HOOTON & WATSON.

H.KNCWLES, President. R. K; SIMPSON, Sscretiry. LESLIE E. BROOKE McDavidHyertoIitp ny, Call on. or Address

J.L STILLMAN(, V-Prej. and Gen. Manager. KNOWLES HYZS, Treasurer. Turner & Aymard Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.

Phone 462. Fisher Building Agents New Y6rk ,
Kael Estate Loans, General Investments I 'I. -.. rr- Real Estate and Abstrat Co. PHONE 54 No. 3? S. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L.'
Life Insurance Company. P. 0. Box 115. DeFunlak Springs. Pla
Palafox .. .. f
South
215 Street Pensacola, Florida. -
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HELPWANTEDS1ANTEtA ..
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Government
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\ cook at once. Man or Phone 7CO.Pensacola. Fla."' IfuVtflntflW.flrhrJ1.njJwJ.arLr.rJt'u- 't we -oan----
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: woman. Apply 227 .E.- 1ntendencia12j ':? ,- WANTED-Position as meat cutter by Money. to ,: LOST

Will/ Double In Some ne3t* .f Good a man reference of six furnished.year's experience.Address-i'!,I MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows LO T-Heavy--silver brace! .'

WANTED-Lady or gentleman of fajr money fromJno.. A. Hall & gold heart. Lost at LIt.-i: ,> ..

I I education to travel for firm of $25 ,. A Good .'Profit in' Box 21, Paxton, Fla. 12junelw.: Co., 14!1h IJ;. Government St. When in Station. Reward for retum ;,"> K..r. .

New Bargains 000 capital. Salary :$1,072 per year, .: WANTED A married couple need call on us. Kitchen. _.L.mn- ,
wants a
Value Insideof 'payable weekly. Expenses advanced. --
cottage or part'of cottage; on waterfront
Address Geo. -G. Olows Pensacola, for MONEY LOANED on all kinds of per: LOST-Black mare brand K on f n
the
in' Fla. 12june2 This. I furnished or unfurnished.summer months.Give Either fonal property on short notice. shoulder. Left barn at rim <\: j'6
terms Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2V.. Thursday morning. Reward tn r
and parti<: lars in first letter. .Address -
WANTED-An experienced, -installment Romana. Phone 1165. Ifeb turn to Sam Sunday, corner H* ae

a Year City Lots. collector and solicitor. Refer.. Summer, care Journal ljune and strong Sta.FOR. l"jiiue
MONEY TO LEND-On good real estate
ences required. Address L X L. Block13 8. 404. 9 lots in block
lOjunelw.WANTE1D. WANTED-We want your orders for security, 'or on, good'collateral,
373/aad 2 lots in block 39". .. 1907 Art Calendars. Over Leslie E.
8 LOTS, one block from 16th 300 original at lowest rates. Brooks, RENTFOR
That is what a great deal of real es Ave. beautiful --- New City. Will sell' all"if'. designs to select from. All Fisher building. 21Jan ..
line. location
car -Sober, industrlo "to sold quick at.:. .. .. .$700.00OnW
tate In Pensacola is 'going to do and for s-man prices. Hayes Printing Co., Pensaco-
home if taken RENT-Six
; at room house ;m sooi
of in list solicit and collect. Good opening MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal -
some it is the following : la
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onc as. : -.v.- .Bargain repair just painted, renter .>
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I for fight man: Apply to L. Van Winkle : !t Romana street, four 5 property on short notice. can -
Half block in New City, fronting Brosn h' m' .. houses in the W. cureseveral boarders if .le'.reri; '
I ENTIRE BLOCK, 219 West Manager, Building, .room very WIA1..ToED-Agents to handle a novelty Terms easy.J. -Bullard. upstair
Calalonia square .. .. .. ....$750 Pensacola. bst section of the in alarm' c1ocks Palafox St.: Phone terested call and inspect. AHP'-C .
lOju'ne renting Apply at 1144.
King Tract.. .. .. .. ,. .. .'.$100.00 502Vi 28& South .
Half block in East King Tract, InJ. city, with good prospectsfor 6th avenue, between' Jackson 'and I I I 6DOTI Jones, Manager, Pensacola) or M!
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8 LOTS in block 109, West Kin !in valueof streets. Phone 515. Injun- "
settled neighborhood.$700 WANTED Experienced salesman an increas the Gadsden ajunelw I I
Tract .. .. .. ... .. .$250.00 UNLIMITED amOUnt money to 'oan.
I now lern'terr the property houses all REl.'Tlodern
traveling" in s ut tory FOR ?'ory h'i'> : ,
One-fourth block on Toledo square,! 23 LOTS in block 126, in West to carry on 'strictly commission: basl%, .new .. .. .. .. .". '. .$6000.00L'st WANTED-Your stenographic work. oa all kind of personal: property. : with large grounds, parimx I -
New City. .. .. .. .. .. ..$800 Special rates to business men on large
King Tract . .. .. .$700.03 an excellent .lina M shirts and' over Pensacola Typewriter Exchange, cultivation, located in nonhiru > ,
Lots on 11th and 12th avenues, New 4.LOTS in block 45. West King ails- direct from the manu.facturer.References )your property with. me and I, 315&. S. Palafox St. Phone 379. leans. The New York Loan Co., 204% urbs. For information .,riorr..- .

City, at .. .. .. .. .. ..$200 Tract, if taken at' once, per must accompany.appfications. : -will sell it.MONEYat. I 23may. South Palafox.. apply to the Pensacnia ln\-'v.> .

200x13212 feet on East Hill carline lot. .. . .. "I, ._i .$ 70.00 .State full particulars.' ,. .P. .0. WANTED.-The public to know that CO. 'j'i' "

.. . .. .. .. .$1250 Homes and other property for sale Box 532, Meridian, Miss.!! 10june3t : : the market rate of .interest old newspapers .can be bought at HOTELS. FOR RENTCOttagE' fill nt'o!! r

Lots in East King Tract or West i in all parts of the city. I on city, real estate.J. this office for five cents a bundle. Theyare I unfurnished on bayou; f fn" n\m\,\ !\'"< .

King Tract very cheap and on easy i! ANTED-White! girl to _, work in all clean andjnjjce.WANTED Fine water front for boar.ne: ban I :.':;;
HOTEL DeFuniak,
Loan .. COMMERCIAL ,
Money to on good real
terms. Improved property in West} estate laundry. Apply at once. New and fishing. Beautiful l.icaM >n.\ n. r
selurity a\ market rate of interest. 1 I. -To sell a lot of old Fla.-New management; newly fur .
Method
King Tract, netting 10 per cent. on in Laundry. 9jurie papers : car line. Address Cottage t'v.rp ion
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I : bundle. nished; free bath and sample rooms; :
vestment.See W. Bullock Jr. at 5c a Apply at. this of nal. w: *
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all whole good meals; and good beds. TravelIng
fice. They are clean and
us in regard to Lake View Hay. Thos. P bley I WANTED! woods superintendent\ men especially solicited.! Rates {2,
nice.
to.-log yellow pine mill 80 FOR ltE.'iT-2 nicely furm-M!
cutting
en Property. Prettiest place in New ,
Mrs. M. H. Stanley, Prop.
per day. .
City and is on Bayou Texar. m. feet per day. Must be able to control Room 405, Thiesen Bldg I I' rooms for rent to gentlemen -.
PHONE 559. and furnish"his own labor. Address W ANTED.-A. R. Bingham want 29may.: Apply to Mrs. Hester, 420 W. (C',

D. Hale Wilson & Co. F., P. 0. Eost 33, Savannah, i Phone, 161.. 'your moving and hauling.! He guai PARK HOTEL-Why pay $2.50 per St. Phone 1095. 2JII:; '.
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Ga. 9june3 antees all breakage. Phone 630. day when you can get as good room

Phone 234 15 South Palafox !, -- :. and bed for 50c. Coolest place in., FOR RENT-A. R. Bingham ha- ", '

CHOICE BARGAINS WA.NTEl-ood man to work in yard Wantedtan Pensacola, and you can go out and get age room for rent, suitable t fn> i
., MiscellaneousNOTICE niture other goods. 104 '
or an
and in house. 619 N. Baylen St.Sjune. what you want to eat One block:: from :
rJwflnturUW Jt.AflflU1J1flflflflflrnfltwnr.sw South Tarragona street. Phonr >, '
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( postoffice. 22may
: t .1 I WANTED1 ng meri and young women -Having'installed machines '

.- .. to 'enroll' wlffl! fig lor.''! ,';cou'rsaiin for the manufacture of galvanized: SUMMER BOARJ>ERS The Hotel FOR RENT-A nice 5 room i r" ., '

FOR SALENew Your property so'd and prompt returns WANTED-M n and -boys wanted to sten ''graph or; bookkee'p'ing and' iron cornice, skylights, cornce: 'gutters Hyatt is now open for spring and sum"j on N. Spring St., with bath, ,;.i- "

made on same. Office No. 12 learn plumbing, .plast ing. brick- qualifyfor' good posit'phs in the fall I' circular. mouldings, etc., I am now!, mer trade. People who wish to rest.at $15.00. Inquire Fisher Rea. K; ,

eight room house with hall 10th E. Government street, Music House. i laying. Special offer life.scholarship We have more calls for business. students prepared to do sheet metal work of and buld: up, the Hyatt is the place.j, Agency. !, .

Ave. an46+.h St. This place has to be, I fifty dollars, easy payments.; than we can supply. Phone 900.\ all kinds on short notice. Satisfaction Hotel Hyatt is the best and most up-;!I

seen to be appreciated.$1750'iS lots, block 171, New City. .Bargain position and union card guaranteed;I I for special summers tes, day Or evening assured. Estimates cheerfully to-date hotel north of Atlanta; beau!FOR SALE OR RENT-A five .-"..-!

2 lots on car line .. .. .. ... .$550 free catalogue. Coyne Bros. Trade sassions.. Pensacola Business Col given on work in or outs'-de! the city. tifully located; plenty to eat; good:j I cottage with bath an-i ea.N:

Lots 3, 4 and 5, bock! 140 New I 1 I I Schools New York, Chicago! ,.,St L ui4. lege. Chas B. Vetter, 18 W. Intendencia. spring water; cool nights; perfectly! 1107 E. Cervantes street. Two n1'' -
City .. . . .. .. .$603 20 lots fronting Bay View Park. 115mayly.WANTED. healthy a'i'
Blocks 125 and 126, Petterson Addition 1 per lot. ', . ... .. ... .$175 H. ALFMAN-Tin, Copper and Sheet I PhoneG98. T 25maylm 1 home-like; no place mosquitoes to rest; :no; malady 87 miles; :'i from street of car. Apply to Hv..
Gibbs, Forbes Store.
water front : Iron Worker; cornice' work and skylights SANTA ROSA Pavilion, L. S. S. offers north.of and N. care
Atlanta railroad.D.
new six room Choice home on car me.$2,500': -Everyone to know that on L. I 26maylm.
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the best
accommodation
a specialty roofing, for
house on same .. .. ..$1,600 I The Journal.has nice clean old papers and repairing, 315; South' Palafox guttering St. bathing and recreation to be found on M. Hyatt, Proprietor, Ellijay, Ga. FOR RENT-Two story 3 room ':-- .- ,
All kinds of house work attended I
repair 19maylm.
for sale .
Block 63, East King Tract. .$2,600 to promptly. cheap. Oniyfiye cents. Phone 560; residence phone 1316. the Gulf of Mexico. Launch Leelair with gas, hot and cold watrr. ir; a.

Lot 7 to H, inclusive; block 171, bundle.. .:, : 2junelm. ( leaves city wharf daily at S:00 a. In. OLD MILL INN-On bay front. Opens i other modern convenie (,ps..A"; :r--

New City.. ." .. .. .. .$1,600 WAN'IED-Flrst-class uarber for colr Phone 659. Chas. H: Burton, M'gr. June 1. Large, airy; and delightfully -','or apply 41 E. Chase street. 1'ni'''

ored trade. Ring 10101 ring ot WANTED-D. B. White want3 your 12may. cool. Good fishing, bathing and -

call at Sylvester Campbell Store, near hauling and transfer' work. Satisfaction -. If will look around the boating. First class table. On electric -i FOR RENT-Elegant two-ston rcdence --
I.A. WILSON & Co. you house,
OERTING and
N. McK. 'guarnteed. Addrsss 1501-N corner Strong Spr.n.r.HApply :
dummy depot, Warrington, Fla. you will find a lot of ways in whicii car line mInutes! ride from city.I
9th Ave., or phone 981. Regular boarders and transients. to C. H. Turner. : 24 aprL you can use od} newspapers. You '
Real Estate Agents, I can buy them in Terms reasonable. Address Old Mill j FOR RENT-Twovery /i'-ra *
quantity this
any at
Notary Public MATTRESSES RENOVATET New office. They are put up in bundles, Inn, Pensacola, Fla. 4may: stores on first floor of Man; .* T
tick furnished if desired. Guaran. betel Corner Garden and Ha'; *:i
Salisbury Building, Room 7 WANTED
convenient to carry and sold at five I
Phone 476. .- : teed. rCrapet taken up and matting cents bundle. MOUNTAIN. VIEW HOTEL-Clarkes- Just completed and arranged :in !flf.class
owners or laii? If' desired. Leave orders at per ville, Ga. Nestling among the mountains shape. For terms, paric'Ja"! ,
WANTED-All poultry to
Greeli & Wat.. >on. .Phone 193. 7aiar > of North Georgia. An ideal p'ace etc., apply Hooton & Watson f\; '
MATTRESSES AND
; FURNITURE
know that we are agents for the eel- '. -I and climate
rest. .
to Scenery unsure
ebrated Conkey's Poultry"' 'Remedies See the Piuto Water display at Hoo- Mattresses made to order; old ones passed. Beautiful walks and drives. FOR RENT-Second story c-.pr L. ..

Guaranteed to cure rupe, 'cholera ton's Pharmacy. James McHugh, reiiovatei. New ticks furnished.Second .I I 365 feet piazzas. Accessible to many, denstruth's jewelry store. Sni'a1- *.
FOR INVESTMENT gape and to kill fleas,.I'.ce'! and mites. wholesale" agent. ljunelm hand furniture bought and points of interest No mosquitoes. for offices, sleeping quarters or sto
Also their wonderful egg producer, F. sold. Upholsterin'g' and repairing Onp. table. age rooms. Lee Daniell. 24. ; f
Excellent ISmaylm
S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. 134.ISapr. WANTED-Everybody to call and 114 E. Belmont St., city, phone 771.

see the Perfect. Pantry. Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis, Mgr. BROWN HOUSE-DeFuniak FOR RENT-8-room, %.storv Cotta-M
Lawhorn Springs. 318 W. Belmont. Apply to Waik '

A Splendid Opportunity For WANTED-The public to .bow that eminent and Blackburn street., agents, 109 E. Gov* TAILORING; L. DIamond Tailor. Good beds, airy rooms, elegant Icgraham. Apr.WANTED. ; ..-'

we can do all kinds of. repairing 27maylm Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and meals; free bath and sample rooms.
Buyers of Real Estate float building, horse shoeing,' 'tc. J. repaired on short notice. No. 11% Special attention to traveling' men. .-Real Estate for sale or

G. Welsh Carriage Co.: (27fel WANTED 12 or 14 foot skiff. Apply West Government Si. Pensacola, Fla. Rates J2.00 per day. J. R, Brown, rent, leaua or exchange. Your !business
.
>> stating particulars and price. Idee. Prop. reapectfully solicited. J. A. W'-1'

0 \" Thos. C.'Watson, 37 'S. Palafox. I son, Real Estate Agent, 22% W Go"
WANTED-To buy 10to 40' acres of 27 may. J: H. PORTER, sallmafcer 716 South HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES eminent street, Room 7, Salisbury
surburban property .cI se. to .Pensa Palafox street. Orders taken for -Before laying your carpet or mat. building. Phone 172. 3ja n
cola. Give lowest cash [priceWith lo ting, buy a supply of old
OUR MOTTO:-Honest weight and tents awnings, camp stools and house newspapersto -
cation. "Real .Estate care'ensac4. honest dealings' California cots. %tc. Prices reasonable. 31jan. put underneath and protect it Only
.xJlr.Jz4 ) la Journal. 3june2w* : Evaporated -
five cents a. bundle' at this office.
: Peaches, 15c per pound, 2 Ibs. SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzle Oert. For Bale.
Save both by conferring with us WlNTEBY a.young'ladyfully; co! i.- for 25c; California: Evaporated Prunes: lag & Co.. wholesale and retail ship I FERRELL HOTEL -Bneads, Florida. --
when ut.to'buy, REAL ESTATE. See petent, a position stenographer. lOc per Ibs., 3 Ibs. for 25c fine
*u about, some'of the following: ; London chandlers and grocers, only first-class Rates $2.00 per 'day. Nice rooms, FOR SALE-Nice, clean old nf-P'*
Store N. DeVIllier street, renting : Can-! givebestreferences.Address, ,K. Layer Raisins 2 Ibs. for 25c; Heinz Ap house of kind In city. Fair prices to all.i good beds, table the best J. M. Ferell. pers. All whole and useful at! lij:-A
P. O. Box 156, Pensacola, Fla... ple-Butter, crock 40c. E. B. .
!ior $180 per year.. .. .. ..$1500 per Hoffman MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-i Prop. .- 17apr or in your store. Only five cent= p-r
9june4t & Son, 57 E. Gregory St. Phone '
House on North "C" street, cheap, \ .. 825. Willie Minis!, Proprietor., Furniture ] HJTEL VERNON bundle.
:u. ... ... .. ... .. .. .' .$600 ISmaylmWANTED. repairing of all kinds, carpets' -Rates (2 per day. -
: *:ATED-A 'good family wishes to -a Special rate by. week. Special at. flo""rs-
House .on
.. '"q .I '....* .. ..'. :.. .. .$650 borrow $100. Good security. Can .-All kInds or electrical Phone63.. Next. to Tampa Landing. : tention to traveling men. Free sam Apply 1408 E. Gadden st. or pao-9
98 'acres'of 'good farming' land,' a be returned any way.. desired. Address work. I sell all kin.ds'of electrical 22ApriL! pIe room. Mrs. J, P. Mauldln, Prop. 853 6rings. Mrs. J. J. Rogers.

iargain. at.. .. .... .. .. ....$1000 Aaberg, Pensacola. 7junelwWANTDD batteries and other electrical supplies. ISapr. ISmaylm.
All of Block 35 of the West King When 345 CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. .
Four blocks In West King Tract you need me ring or 953. -
: ... I' Tract. and 6 lots in block 36 of the E. 'W. Peake. neW Star Laundry building Floats built to order. Horse' shoe HOTEL SOUTHER. -- pel1 all the
each.. .,".". .. ,. $1000, Ybu to save time and money J. G. Welsh year. American and FOR SALE-Lumber Is now che-tf a:
!! West King Tract together with four E. Garden. ing a specialty. CarriageCo. European plan. .
We have other' ; ISdee.
numerous proper houses renting for $18 a month. The by seeing Geo. B. I'rey&'Co., 520& 27feb>> Special summer rates. First-class In Joel Prater's lumber yard on B<*

ties' listed with us and it would pay i whole of this property for 'only $2750 6th avenue, between jjackson anc COURT HOUSE DYEI G., ..Preselng; every respect. Pleasant and convenient len street wharf. Get his price? ** ;'

you investment to consult us before making your Gadsden streets, to buy; clocksaM' and Cleaning Club, 2\2. N.' DeVillers Mrs. T. L.' Bowen, Prop., Pen- build you a home before prce: "'

ALL OF THE MAXENT TRACT watchs., 5junelw* St..Mra. T. J.Davls, Prop. Your patronage Board and Rooms. sacola Fla. ISapr vance. which is sure to come.
We are In' receipt of advices from __
solicited satisfaction 'U'fliJ Wf- 23maylm.AUTOMOBILES..
JLnffi
the fire Insurance companies represented WEST OF "C" STREET NOW FOR WtILL BUILD HOUSES-on ; jguaran. CENTRAL HOTEL CHIPLEY-Op.
Installment teed. Careful attention given lad
by 'That all losses In California BOARDERS ANTE'D-At 226. N. Al- !
us depot Large and well! ) for tls
SALE. plan, or cash. You own the garments. Phone 122 .. 8fei cool lighted am agent
; conflagration..wilL'be:promptly lot I furnish the.moneyand buili th- caniz street.nice, rooms, good rooms. Free sample -room. Meals at Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you auto

paid and that THEY WILL CONTINUE MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST house. You 'pay monthly, same as WANTED' -
: TO FURNISH ABSOLUTE MARKET RATE OF INTEREST. rent, in a short time house'is. ypujfj. ; floats bulltto order; horse Donaldson. 27mayl6t men. $2.00 perday.. J. M. Tug- horses to keep up. They can be w3

FIRE INDEMNITY AS. THEY AGAINST HAVE DONE LOSS F.OR BY Payrent. 20 years, it still belongi to shoeing a specialty.' 'J. G. Welsh C r.riage" FOR' RENT-one or two newly fur gle. Prop. 13marlm In sand or anywhere a horse can gJ.

MORTGAGES ON REAL ESTATEIN the other man. Will also put down Co. : 27febWANTED.Elecr1c Leslie, E. Brooks.
ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS. nished front rooms; southern exposure CHIPLEY HOTEL-Can Setterlind -
Protect your home and business THIS CITY' BOUGHT, AND SOLD. wells with: good pump. 2inchgalvanized work of ait hint ; 'with privilege of phone. Loca- Prop. Special attention to commer, FOR SALE-Ten new and sec*;

against loss by fire by insuring with pipe'with brass cylinder.attachment. : Let us clean your fans reaU'our: tion' desirable and near business center cial travelers. Free sample and batb second hand office safes d fero-
win make water fly from a well :422 W. sizes best makes at bargain pl'e'-:
Gregory. ISmaylw ,
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OS.
rooms. Large rooms with
dynamo, do jour wiring etc. Paona good beds.
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Fisher 40 to 1QO ft-deep.jind. easy.1. child Go'--
Real East
Estate Scarritt Moreno, office
Agency $2 day.
370. Pensacola: ElecCrli Co.. 205 S. per 13marJmBAY
: ESCAMBIA can pump .H. .Costs but little": more THREE PLEASANT ROOMS to rent ment St 2 :nar
REALTY
CO.. COLLECTION OF RENTS A than. the old dug well. AU 'satisfactory Baylen. with privilege, of light house ..keeping' ,HOTEL.-Open nIght and day. FOR- SALE.-Improved ana unlmpr-J .

204/2| S. Palafox Street. before you pay a cent Get myparices. WANTED >;-The Mercftaau Transfer 301 W Chase. .- 3opr European plan. Rooms light and ed property in all parts of the c.t>
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: Telephone 1052. SPECIALTY. F. M. Williams, Contractorand Co.' wants your moving,and bauun clean. Tranlleat trade solicited. J.A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agent;
General agents for State for Home Builder-Room 305. Thiesea Build T. B. Old nawspiviwru at five cents a bundle
All breakage guaranteed.
; Tnq 575-579 8. Palafox. Jia. S. Nicola building. Pl1on
Room 7 Salisbury
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Life Insurance Co., of New York. Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox St. ing. Phone 8021,.ring. luneljn. sea. Prop. Phone 978. 18JuIl01.t at this, office.' They. are all clean Prop. 172. I."
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i Incorporated Naval Stores. IAUSLEY r 6 COMPANYt: Joppa Lodge, No. 6; I. O..0. F. :; ; .

Savannah G&;, June'It The naval j Joppa Lodge, No.6. I. 0. 0. F, : :
desires! to announce that they have compiled at a great expenditureof stores market closed today as follow: meets every Tuesday evening :at 7:31) .11'

time and money a complete and up.to-date abstract plant, and are WJWV\ .:.. ,l4..j,; 80 to.5 00WO ,o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall Belmont '::: .,,;;
now prepared to furnish f ..4 60 to 4 90 COMMISSION BROKERS i iI I ani: Baylen street. Visiting brethren +,i

ABSTRACTS N.' ;. 1.4 40 to 4 65 arts cordially Invited.T. t :
OF TITLEto .' ,.4 20 to 4 40 H. FLEETWOOD, N. 0. ; .

all classes of real estate in ..t.10BILE"ALABAMA.. K!... .-. .. .. .HI. .....4 15 to 4 30 :I 1 11 WEST'INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. j J. W. GINGLES SBC. :'t" .
I. *.4 10 to 4 25 31Jan6m. z '.j
PENSACOLA AND ESCAMBlA COUNTY. -.. ..,"..4 05 to <4< 20 'i\. '

The attention of property holders: ,and prospective purchasers is O.. .. .5 .. ,. .. .pt ...400F Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and Chicago.COnONSTOCKSGRAINFROVISIONSandBONDS Pessacola Lodge No. 3, K. of P. '
THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO meets
directed to the following special features of our work: : :.;. ... .3 95 : ", every Monday evening at 8 : Ii
.. .. ....385 < o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall !! : .t
1.'e are specialists"In our J particular? line of work-making ab E. ,, -:y U to 3 90t
stracts. APALACHICOLA, FLA. D.. .. ;. 3 60 to :3 70. over Iou stable W. Intendencia St. :: <'.f

We do not buy or sell real estate and have no interests to further C.. ... .'.3 40 to 3 50 Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. j '. -tit"
J. A. KIRKPATRICK, C. a 1 :
Manufacturers of "f
give customers SpIrits Turpentine. & to 57c. f
our
except to unequaled service.
H. HORSLER K. of R. &; S : : t
2. Our improved system of indexing enables us to turn out work i Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. :
with the greatest possible despatch. Cypress Shingl, AU8LEY A cot REPORTS Ak Meetings or the *

3. Our abstracts are prepared in a neat attractive and convenient Uvcrpto! Cotton Marfctt i Reference! First KM Knights of Columous I'f 'I
: and Banks
WheaT People Phone I I 73THE' .
form. A special plat of the property abstracted is furnished free W x 4" x 18" are held at the!: hall ;i-l

of charge. &, x 5" x 18" I* .-..b....mo..6. 6J'ab.Kar. t tt.t.... t t No.8 West Intenden :ri t:'' .
$ Our FEES REASONABLE cia
are and
street
4. work
our ACCURATE. on every I t : .

W. also 'Issue a Dally Bulletin] of all transactions of a commercial Cypress Tanks of all Descriptions. Mar.Apdl......,...........................5.87 see Monday: evening at t .
: nature, recorded in the clerk's office at a subscription price of .Lpri1-Jj7..............-............,... 7:30 o'clock. An in- :liJ: :
month. Write for Catalogue and Price List 1 P vltatl '[
$::II per K.y/nn.5.83 a is extended :
"PENSACOLA JonWmly .............".. 1,84 DOLLARS THAT SLIP to visiting Knights. i :;
ABSTRACT COMPANY ------- Jftly.AngnD* ...................... .... ...8.84 JOHN B. JONES, : J
PHONE 393. 114 N. PALAFOX ST. HARRY L GRWM, Gen.Mtr. A ugs.t-8.p.ab.e u.."... '.17 J. S. LEONARD Grand Knight e_;: ;
Florida
and Alabama 8e1t.tj'bIr-ootoblr ,..*. 6.70 THROUGH YQUR FINGERSIn Recorder. 4.-. :
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Uiob.r-Novb.r: ....;............ .......I.M ." :-c-.- :
::: -- LAND COMPANY .O'qabDK.b.r ....;.....' ........ ..1.85 Daughters of Rebekah. ., f
Deciea! l..urr:''\'..-.' ...............1." I Naomi Lodge No. 10, Daughters of! f 0.1
various of
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amusements .
Manufacturers of l4v.rcol. Spot..805. ways gifts, ex Rebekah meets every Monday night i'.. I
and .Dealers in penditures etc. be made at 8 o'clock in I. 0. 0. F. hall Visit : t' '
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Double Your Money! LUMBER.. SAWED CYPRESS ,SHINGLES New York Cotton Mark". may ing sisters cordially Invited to be present r "::' I'
Open Elfh Low Clott .
AND KILN-DRIED SAP. 4 j
Ju1WT lets TO EARN MONEY FOR YOUIf 'MRS.: B. R. WITKOVSKI, -; :'. I
Ail kinds of real estate In West Florida are steadily and rapidly July 1487 10.76 10.88 10.75 MISS WILLIE KENDRICK, Sec:1: :

increasing in price, and there is no chance to lose if you invest yourmoney SAFES SAFES SAFES! SAFES! August 10.81 10.81 10.69 10.60 deposited in '3 \..-
Oetobw...........J0.43 1151 10.43 ia47 our Savings Department,
in it. Prices have more than doubled within the past three M. E. B. A. No. 81,-meets first t.l
D-.ember..lG.4S 10.56 and _
10.45
years. We have some nice offerings in all kinds of real estate, in Buy Diebold Safes. -- 10.51 where it will draw interest for you at the rate (j third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. 11 t .

cither where large they are.or small tracts. V e can sell YOUR lands no matter Scarritt Moreno, Agent. 'Ojwtt Wheat.; .Hl h Low OloM c ,of Four Per Cent per anum. If you will start m.dencia, Raftord street Hall, No 10. West Inten. .3. ...:.;:

Jttlj); _. ....*"8iK J 84% s.m 83# an account with one of these dollars you have A. G. FELL, Prea. f.. .
BUTLER & SIMMONS Sept..... ..? ..8SK N" 88H 83X J. L. SWEENEY. Sec. '}
BOSSO'SIce .Corn. been. in the habit of spending, and then add .
LAWYERS AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS '- Pensacola Lodge No. 4, J. o. 0. F. 1 'J" .;
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Op HIrh Low ci...
another it be how
CHIPLEY FLA. Joly............tl,.v J1K 51H 51% to along, you'll surprised Pensacola Lodge No. 4, T. 0. 0. po, ,.,'., "
'. Cream .Factory .Beit............5Ug 524 51" 62 soon you will have a snug sum working for meets every Thurs ar -veiling at 7:39>> {1 ,
at the new hall on Belmont and Bayle" j I "
can furnish you cream In New York Stock ..MirkrtOj you.FIRST. streets.Visiting brethren cordtall/l ;
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any Quantity.. Satisfaction .. (1011 I Invited. E. GREENBLATT. J-, ;'.:
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For Sale For guaranteed. Soafttranclflo66 68 J. NEVILLE Secretary.
Sale PHONE 1326 Cop,.?.....:................... mom 108 f i
A.8.R;....................... lU1i 13loWs. W. 0. \V. -- .-1-,. ,"
SAM BOSSO.
all-round family PropsCharcoal i
SALB-One good
FOR FOR SALE-A fine piece of water 8D "'
# ce3A NATIONAL BANK Live Oak Camp
horse and harness. One top bug. front property, 50 feet front on West .3..4......... 165 155 meets in Pythian NO.1.Hall 1st W.O.and W 3rd. :'::"'. i-<.
nearly new. One good wagon. A. S.B T. .
gy Bay Shore at the'foot of Clubbs street : 84 u" ''
E Turner, Bohemia, Fla. Phone 246. with a 4 room house front and back B.*0 .<........... l I0O4I,1 Wednesdays in each month. VlsiUnj !..'.
!icjunelm.f gallery has a nice wharf about 250 I ...................!....... 454 OF PENSACOLA. FLA.W sovereigns cordially invited. I ".
0.J'.I ........ 65X 68 F. A. BOGHICH C. C. ?
FOR SALE-Two fine mUch cows with feet long running out to deep water U. 8._......... 40H 40% ,B.Xvowtie: Pre s. W.K.Hun,Ja.,V.-Prw.and Cls' er. LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk. i", /.
young calves;" can be seen .at No. from the front gate. For a few days We have just. received a U.8. p.tM'Totl.............. 106% 1011 T. W,SBIHT and W.N.ROBERTS,Asst.Cashiers. !.
123: E. Gregory. C. B. McMillan. only it will be utered at only $1500 fine stock and will deliver E.a. SOU 81 DIHIOTOK0.. Breat W. A. Blount. W, H. Knovrlej, W. K. flyer Jr '

lOjune. cash. Apply to Jos. I. Johnson. at very L.* .. ..... U K .148% D. G. BrentNo. Pensacola St. Andrews and L ;

L. Friedman & Co.'s store. Smay orders promptly in. any x..d........................ 77l 1Jr.
\\\ANTED-lro sell out my hotel out -- .P,... _.
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MAWNE AND STATIONARY ENGINES amount. ifiJi 94 Gulf Steamship Go. ;
fit and lease on house. Centrally for sale. Wonder Gasoline. I L C.. 131H W :.
ocated and a fine run of trade. Ad- Engines are. the ei'mpljest, strongest' Telephone 363 ;C&G.Pao..........'.;..'.. 1J9J4 160 1 5603.C. I STEAMERTARPON. :'
dress for particulars G. H. Montgomery I Jl.T.O .V..i. 140! ito> "
Prop.. Marianna Fla. 10june2t and best engines on the market for P.o ........4 9' 92% .W. LAMAR President. JOHN PFEIFFER, Assistant Cashier.M. J W. a ARROW, Master '' ij_
the money. Send for catalogue. Ed SEWELL 1'D'O...............;......... 14114 lU .E.CLARK." Vlce.President. and Cashier. J.W. ANDREWS Assistant Cashier I FIRST-CLA&:> PASSEMUKR AND' ': j ,.
'r.-\NTED-To sell blacksmith. wood B. Banks Pensacola, Phones 137 I...,,................ ........I, L44 17934R. 1 FRE1UHT SERVICE 'r.fc I :
and horseshoeing tools and lease on and 577. Sjunelm Woodand Coal 'Company'I' .1...............'. ','''......r.i. 26Ji 2634&z I -DetwVljuI !
nouse; good trade; good location. G. FOR SALE-Herd .:......!' .,..yf.,- ..!"-i,,S8 8&i THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK I PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHICOLA ., r. :
H. Marianna Fla. fine Jersey dairy T.O.t....-.>.:.;.... ...: NO Sale I I III CARRA BELLE. ST. AN- f r
Montgomery* cows with well :established milk ---- P enna......................" l3Zt1.P 1313' OF PENSACOLM, FL4,. DREWS. MILLVlLLE. .:
!0june2t .' route. No competition. Cows and ..... .............:: ,l.... !53i 152 And all points on St. Andrews Bay J jCarrabele
i business first class condition. Apply DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. I '! and ApalahjcoIL ,If.: I ,

FOR SALD Five room cottage on! S. -Taylor, Century, Fla. 'Sjunelm -, ;1io3rM3dI Ausley & Cds: DalfrC tton Letter., I I II CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. SCHEDULE j

monthly payments with gas, water' TEA-. DPJNKgRSXDFENTION1fyou : s New York.__June 11.-I/verpool after Leave Peiitfccota ;aundat. 8:30 n, .. -
and free delivery, one block from a three days holiday opened up uri-I DIRECTORS. m. for Mobile Ala.
car; cor 8 Ave. and 12th street, 'Eastl want a delicious cup of tea, tr) RemingtonSholes advices were Leave Pensacola. Tuesday 8:30
usually
"Our strong faJld-cable Frank -F. E, Brawner p.
Own" Blend it L, Covlnglon, Reilly '
is superior. to any Henry *
11111.! G. E. Brett. lOjunelw St. Andrews AliJlvlUe
to the effect that while the spot demand -I amfor, Api.
dollar tea on the market. Only 60c J.M. Pfeiffer, W. 8, Rosasco 6. W. Lamar, Carrabelle and
per pound. A valuable ticket In had been, jeduc-ed- considerablythe Bryan Dunwody T. F. !McGourin, J. R. Saunders, Jachicola intermedia
ever -.:
FOR SALE A house with six
-( roomson package. New Orleans Grocery Co. flelln1*; .w gaining ground: rapidly 1 A. M. Avery, W. H.fUton.! 0. E. Maura points.additional Information .
East Garden street 610 frontingon with its b1U"i I that .the world must have at the Dr. W. J. McKenzie For apply tj
Phone 105. Jas. McHugh, Prop. I new attachmentsand 1 S W. L. Cawthon Hannah Getting, J. R. SAUNDKR3. ". '. ;
bay, four lots 30x100. Inquire of 7june. S I instantly interchangeable car- very !least 12,000,000 bales of American I \lex r-tcGowln, C. M. Covlngton, M. E. Clark. COBB
Dr. T. A. LaFar 519 Guillemard St. riages, tabulator and two- color cotton to supply its needs no matter I E. R- President :
boxes for rent at$2.60, {3.00 and $.UO) the Private apartment Gen. Frt. and Pass. AgtPensacoU. .'
9Junelw year.
deposit
ribbon Safety
FOR S'ALEFor sanitary purposes! movement, is the most complete what the priceand the showing from Fla. S ..
we have in stock Ground HydrateJ combined this side dr.d riot give much for any in connection for the convenience of custom en. I <

TEA DRINKERS ATTENTION Tennessee Lime in strong paper ba'gs,! such a yield.Fluctuations. Four cent interest Paid on Time Deposits. L .*
of Billing andCorrespondence per
delicious tea
you want a cup try 40 lbs. at 25 cents at ware house. A. were restricted to nar-, I ROUND TRIP SUMMERand \
"Our Own" Blend it is superior to any V. Clubbs corner Gregory and Alca- row limits both sides evidently waitIng \. -.1
dollar tea on the market. Only 60c niz. 8june for something to turn up. i J ,
per pound. A valuable ticket in every .
The Chronicle's report for the week r. ;
package. New Orleans Grocery Co. FOR SALE-Pair spotted ponies 5 machine manufactured. Designedas 'was' distinctly favorable although CONVENTION RATES ::

Phone 105. Jas. Mellugh, Prop. years old sound and gentle. Don it was for fast service built for rains are said. to be needed In south I< Hn/TOtf OBKBW,Pmsn>M!!. T.B. WRLYi&:8: VIOI.humllM. Round trip summer excursions from ;f.. ." :
June. key and cart; just the thing for chIl- hard use, recommended by experts Texas. The crop thus far has progressed R.)BCSHKFtiL,CASBIEB. MANSFIELD MORENO,Assr.CIIHHB all points east to Pacific coast and t .;'

dren. One cheap farm horse, one good offered and guaranteed against wear it is favorably and we can see nothing -' Citizens National Bankof northwest from June 1 to September 1 j
FOR SALE-Finest car load of horses mule. Hinman & Hecker, Century as the idealTypewriter this side of possibly July'drouths 15 with special: stop-over privileges, ,1

ever received in Pensacola. Mc 1il. Fla. 23may to affect It adversely. We attach no Pensaoola, l'1ortdLDIIfCJOes. good returning to October 31, 1906. .....
lan & Turton West Intentfencia St. great Importance to the reported July N. E. A. meeting at Los Angeles I
FOR SALE- -Second hand! 25 H. P. Six .
June. QM. W.Wrigfet Morris Bear. 1' B.Welles. M. Robinson. L. Hilton Own.M
squeeze. Like the famous receipt for July 913. -
boiler. Will- sell cheap.. Apply to for producing the most good work in rabbit soup: you have first to get the. CINIRAL B4.VKI/V6/ BUSINESS JKANSHCTTO Elks meeting at Denver Colo., July .l J .
FOR SALE-Remington typewriter. New Method Laundry. ISApril the shortest time with the
least effort. '
rabbit. It is hardly possible that any 1621. 1 :
_"Rem, care Journal 6junelm REGULAR HACK LINE-From Chip- Write today for lull description. can be created. It there.was! any disposition Summer rates to Colorado! June 1 f J:
ley, making connections with mail Local Agents wanted forunoccupied to sell that month brokers to September 30. 1
FOR SALE-Retail grocery store launch for points on St. Andrews bay. territory would be reluctant to accept orders as Hotel Men's Convention Portland h
down town. Apply A. Greenhut & Extra teams for traveling'men. .Good THE ARITHMOCRAPH CO. the commission earned would be entirely City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds. Ore." June 25-23. i i'f' ',

Co. SjunelGt horses.comfortable vehicles. Call MeJ stlcBldg. to the risk in Use through t ,
___ on ChicagoJACKSONVILLE disproportionate: each. Dated January 1st 1906. Maturing January tha splendid service
or address J.: C. Sinclair,. Chipley FI. curred. The talk probably has its origin ; Denomination' Jl.DOD.OO; of the Southern Pacific frqIl\ New'Orleans
See the Pluto Water }Iooton's an. 1st. 1926. Interest Payable Semi-Annually.
display at 1st, 1936. Redeemable
Telephone No 74. 28apr FLA. In a desire! to create an unloading ; Union Pacific from Kansas
wholesale Pharmcy. James McHugh, 204 West Bay Street market for the cotton already at higher WE OFFER FOR SAtE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE, INS City or Chicago. -
ljunelm -
agent FOR SALE-Economize. by purcha prices. AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER. Through Pullman. tourist cars .Iipm
FOR ing choicest of lots on East Hill at We are nearing two price making Washington, Atlanta Montgomery,
SALE-We have lot of
a kt'g", $300 per lot no present. need of paying factors notice day and the bureau report etc., and from St. Louis and Chicagoto
suitable for flower pots and other $400 per lot and ,$750 for a 30 foot Profession! ] Directory up to June,25th.' It now seem The Peoples Bank of Pensacola ; California. -
purposes also ,
lot of
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; a whiskey syrup strip of barren sand. Three beautiful f"1' probable that the condition will figure Write me for literature and lnfor I
and other barrels which are suitable sites of five lots each at $1500 for several points better than the last one Pensacola Fla.Steam mation. .

!or packing croekery} or fish and cured each quarter block; not over 100 :yds as all reports show considerable Improvement .. S J. F. VAN RENSSELABRw ; ,
meats. We buy all kinds of barrels! from electric- car, line. A. V. Clubbs. T G YATES M D since Its publication. I-_ '- General Agent .
and re-cooper and clean them. Sup- 8 une. ,, The stock at the port of New Orleans 124 Peachtree St., Atlanta Ga. :
Ply always on hand. If you need any I OPTICIAN is only 38,000 bales net and receipts R. 0 BEAN. T. P. A.

barrels. or have any for sale ringus FOR. SALE-Fine hotel site:; best situation are rapidly diminishing which FW:- OA.FI.y: do CD1. J :- :" G.W.ELY.T.P.A. ,.
ij 1p. Phone 235 591. 306 TH/fSDV BVILOIH
residence phone in the for makes
city .a tourist ho- we f think shorting July extremely Who1N&l. aDd Retail>>..lel ia
Pensacola Cooperage Co., Geo. A. tel. 130 feet fronting south by 172 feet hazardous. The bollweeril in I ----- -F .
Tucovich. Pres., No. 9 S. Alcanlz. I deep on East: Government street, overlooking WM D. HOWE Texas is spreading! rapidly and one local Domestic, Anthracite f 0 A I .

1'maylm. Seville square and Adams operator who keeps thoroughly I. and Blacksmith W L.Oac t\WISVILLE-TERREIiAUTcR-R.

F'ORSALE-A I street with ope, view of Penwcola ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW posted said that this pest would eat .-No. 43 South Palaiox street Telephone 9J.
lot or old newspapers. bay, $10,000'will! buy the property up more cotton in Texas than Louisiana -
Put 14/2 EAST GOVERNMENT ST.t.3LIrykgtoI. and Gonzales ttreets. Phones
Fl Tarragon and S72
up in bundles convenient forcarrying. lapr. could raise. We are rather inclined Tar comer: :: :,. -9
: .r.
Only five cents per bundle. to the long side of the summer positions T' "-"

-Apply this office. I.H I JUST RECEIVED-Large snlpment'ol : iir. wounds! : -, but believe that tie! winter -
lI"n morphtu
CITY MAPS I imported Olive OIL Retail by pint, opium, lau4invll.'o mouths are a good sale if well margined S
PAINLESS
Watson FOR SALE-Hooton &i ,gallon: or larger quantity. G. Morasso eilx1rofopumco.IDIIWeslnecwlUkey and patiently held. WARNING '. 4, ,
have just received a large ., '
I & Co.. ship chandlers and! grocers 701 *
all supply of the of the latest city maps showing I South Palafox.-, 4oct O II1UI1atgsbookofpai'H I UcounoabonMor G. B. Burnhans Testifies.. After Four IS..
subdivisions. The maps are I T MaliIs&noriun treat Years.. I-
official and down to date and are 1& ,Dr. 'S _
Counted AND G. B. Burhans of. Carlisle Center, -
-"t
on heavy linen. Regular I '
>Wee.> $2.5o; special price on lots of MAN. WTlJskeJ.Cure! !Atlanta:?fitorz!.* N!;>, Y., wrltesr ".&.bout four years having. come. to my knowledge that
Ire stating that I had
or more to agents or real estate Where will you and the maid a'go I wrote you -
:*en. Hootoa &; Watson. 8may "aid the ben entirely cured of a' severe kidney" '
fOR- (Madam. ) Kiddles spend the :'trouble"byJ taking less than two some unscrupulous merchants are refillIng /
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ALE-Reg1st'er d Berkshire summer? bottlesof Foley's Kidney Cure. It ,
hogs; \best of breeding. Ask for Why not take a flyer (Our Flyer) entirely stopped the' brick dust' sediment ,

atalogue. Carl Setterllnd. Chipley to the finest Summer Country and in the. : -'and pain'and symptoms of kidney my Bank Note Cigar boxes with
Fla. Cool, Bracing Invigorating
world?
: disease disappeared. I am glad
.Colorado, W that I haTe never had A return J JI
POR SALE OR RENT Two lighters; It only takes 3. day.:..Leave St Louison oj to any of those symptoms during the inferior; Cigars, I warn all such Mer- '

Umber one with capacity for 75 thousand ft. the Missouri Pacific at ,9:00: a. m. four years that have elapsed and I am .\ : :

skit tidty.,,' the Rates'other reasonable.thirty thousand Also two ca The Colorado.next morning- early you are in PATENT At all APPLIED'FOR Druggists.: heartily evidently recommend cured to stay Foley's cured.Kidney. and chants.1tis. a violation of the Revenuelaw ,

boats for .
sale cheap 22 ft. long Write for
'Living Is Cheap. description suffering from kidney
S ft. MUSQUIT.U MFG. CO.,- Cure to anyone I
!beams.fl&Co..Telephone Milton. Fla.or write- 25ia&r J. A. jfcmphlet--list o Bearding.! : Houses Jacksonville: F!",. or bladder trouble.. For sale by and if persisted in, they will be THROUGH SERVICE ,
I I etc. W.- A. (T/AleDSberte, druggist and VIA : ;
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ON THE car HIGH line, LAND-Easc sIx' lots 100 Hill ft. front electric Denier July LOW 9th RATESTo .to 14th account Order Eastern Star. apothecary. t prosecuted to the fullest extent of the 1 1 L.&NE.&T.H.and Yestlbuled Trains C.&E.I.Daily

by 131% deep corners $?OO. InsWe. meeting B. P.,O. Elks, '- Regular meeting of Floi- NOTICE.To 2 NASHVILLE Through TO CHICAGO H O ::.
kits? $600. There are.no better sltua. To San FrancIsco. 'June 24th to Ida Chapter. No. 14 O. all White Carpenters-There : THROUGH CLEPER3..DAYCOACHE$ ;
tons than these loti. A. V. Clubbs. July 6th. E. S., 8 o'clock p. m., wllrbe a meetIng Wednesday, June law: : 1 FRANK REILLY IEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO [
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.To..Colorado_ and Salt. Lake' City all Tuesday, June 12th. 13, 7:30 p.1 nv, room 1, old armory '. '.: I' DINING CARS SERViNG ALL MEALS IN ROUTE ;..
fOR SALE-Nice. clean old nawapa.pera summer. t' JiVisitingmembers are buQdlng. All are cordially, invited to .. :' : ., O.H.BILLJUXtP.A_ S.L ROGERS.'.lea.Ait.tV'NIVLU. 1
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II : Sole tLI.I.TWH. ;
IM.
at five cents a bundle. Tola ofr I. E. REHLANDER. cordially] 'invited. attend: Agent. .
It& Trav. Pass Agt Chattanooga, Tenn. SIRS. ELLA BEYER,'W.. M..,9jrfnefc Committee. .
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B rr .' trrrttff THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING' ,'. JUNE '12, ,1336If : _


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GONFERNCE .
jANNUAL
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For'Insomnia.
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Suits That t Represent Absolute ,- -.,. .
LEAGUE

Perfection In "' Summer Wear I ', ', I there is ..immediae..andpennanent

: relief in the wonderfiilliquidfoodtaken

Address of:.Welcome ;f II II,!/B.e.'j. SPORTS I


i. livered ;night followed :
Elegant serges and suitingsfor T __ '

every fancy and made with Reception j. M. C"A.; I Three of .the games played in the

SouthernLeague yesterday were
the skill of the best American '. T" / fcl 'I clqse enough;to be exciting," and :the .

BUSINESS: SESSIONS WILL' 'BEGIN fourth was not exactly ,a 'walkaway.Atlanta'handed .
r::fl tailors. Shre'v>port. a goose
WEDNESDAY '..MOlRNIItfQAT 10, egg and Little Rock did the same! if11ESISTE
.it. i : -*** trick .for the Birmingham bunch i i ....i
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Little Prices andBig O'CLOCK-TWO HUNDRED 9ft. Nashville defeated Memphis' and' -
v Montgomery New Orleans. '
''.PECTED-MANY ::ALREADY ARE won'from '. ANON IhroltKA
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-1: f"--P Two games w re'.played in the own sedative and riot only soothe ., SP ( '

ValueCharacterize MORE DELEGATES. ARE EX. South Atlantic League, resulting jfl but build up the nerves. The predigested,
.." victories for Augusta! sadColumbiathe ,
f : ,, t HERE. ; losing teams, biing* :Jacksonvilleand Barley-Malt renews Le.4ha1sjed.Jissue! ; and _

x our, suits for men . ...-'. ,, t Macon, respectfully.game ,was postponed The Charlonsavannah on- restores the body' to" perfect' physical

and from $6.50 account of rain. health.. .
boys. Any price The annual conference of. the Eft: "
In the
American Washingon
worth League of. the ':Alabama. Bred League
to $22.50 and prices in be took the scalp of Cleveland! ..thePhilHe's Malt-Nutrine is a lignid-Saodnot a.drng, and may bo
many. North Alabama conference.of of the used continuously without danger of forming a habit.
cleaned the .St. Louis aggregation
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; Me.thodistchurehsout.; : h. will convene up
tween. in-,this city 'for; a thre".day's-.essl04 New York .handed Uie z f Sold by all! Druggists and Grocers.
at the Gadsden Street Metfioalst Chicago colts a goose egg and Boa< ;
: Bath suits from $1.00 to$3.00., church at 8:15 o'clock {p-nlght whenan ton defeated Rjtroitto) the ,tune of a Prepared.by! ,
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to 1.
si' ,
address of welcome be delivered
L ti and odd bath pants or shirts at to th3 Leaguers by iwill.ReV.F.. A; Pittsburg. and Philadelphia crossed Anheuser-Busch Brewing! ASS-'D5t
Rogers whicafwill; ..be.followed; by a bats '?n the National League with: ';sis-! Louis u.s.A.
50 cents each. reception at the Young Men's .Ass astrous results tothe latter, New
cation! building. The first business York and Cincinnati played a fss
session-of the body will'be hld 'on game, Kiw; 'York winning by 1 tY 0:

Wednesday morning: .a.t. 1Q .o'clock Chi ago,defeated .Brooklyn aud''St.. '
v/blch will be Louis trimmed the'Cla.iSlc bunch ,.
preceded,, by Morning --=

THE JOHN WHITE.STORE Watch erclseft at at 6 930.:a. m.a: m.and,: devotional. \ from Following Boston are by a all score! the .of scores' 8 to in 1, &.11

The to advarvc,3 arrive/in> : ,guarof the\ city last Leaguerbin evening :s games .played yesterday1Yesterday's : [$ l I T T[ r Equitable Policies Proved Good Investments

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Phone 225 .
205-207 S. PALAfOX i a number coming In on number
one at" 4 p. m., ana' the Mobile: t-.ai4: Results "I Have.received the! various opt'ons of settlement on my po.try,
r at ,6:30, all of whom were immediately I 312,707, and'hereby accept :the option which provides for a paid up
taken in charge by jmember l.of Southern League. T TRANSFERS N f[ policy of $10,000 :and ihe withdrawal of the dividend in cash. This :>

teh local leagues,, and escorted to the .Shreveport- 0 Atlanta 1. .' the second policy I have settled; with you in past two years and nti-
respective places wherethey: will Little ; case my policies>with the Equitable have proved good invf'!"'m..:.-
A BIG REDUCTIONIn stop during their stay In the city. > New Orleans Rock 2; Birmingham 0.: This Is part ,of letter from one of Pensacola's leading lawyer; T-rosy

the Amount of SEEKTO[[K INJmNT conference expected About two to be, hundred In attendance delegates at tlw are Memphis 2; Nahvijle-Montgomery; 4. 4- Following recorded is a list yesterday of the real, reported e3tate.transfers I interested may see original, letter, and.get explanation of poi l .-y.Knowfes .


that the number althou.g1t.t maybe much is. possible larger. South Atlantic League.Augusta by, "the Pensacola- Abstract. Co." : I' l insurance Bros.I Gcn 1 Alts

Tb? program of the. ,conference tas 3; Jacksonville!- 1.ColtimMa Thos. C. Watson to Thos. Pebley,I FIre, Life Pensacola
HEADACHESSince T TIE[ PILOT T TM' follows: 9; 3.CharlestonSawanaah.-rain. lots 1.to 18, inclusive, in block 359"New' I

Tuesday, June 12. ) _. .,. City Tract, $100 and other con.
8:15 p. m. Words 'of Greeting-:- siderations.W. i
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American' -
the People Are Using Rev. F. A Rogers.A. '" '' : '. '-. Cleveland 4; Waeh'ngtOn League.' 6. A. Shelby to Wm. Lester, S%: 4...4.H.NN/Nee' ...........iNN/1NONe.i/10/1Hs
Response-J. Hines. of
Louis the NWVi of the NiW'%, 'Sec. 7, T.
St. 1 Philadelphia 5.Chicago .
Reception by the Pensacola ; I, S. of R. 31 W. 20 A., other'
RS1r $1-00 and
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0 New'York-3.: :
Leaguers at" Y: M: C. A. ; considerations.Thos. I :;
Iron Works i
Detroit 5; Boston: 1.: Supply Co. i
Wednesday, June 13. Pebley to Harry L. Brooks,

BrOn10. Vin 6:00: a. m. The Morning Watch- National .League.. lots 1 to. 18, Inclusive' block 35&, New t Manufacturers and Repairers MACHINERY AND BOILERS i
Mrs. H T. Strout. City Tract, $1.00 and other considera
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Philadelphia 3; .Pittsburg: 5. FORGINGS, MILL ANJ STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP .
9 30
Devotional
: Exercises.
r Information Filed Which Seeksto 10:00. Business NEW York 1; .Cincinnati-0. tions. ,J REPAIRS, A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to ail O ller5. *
session./ Brooklyn 3; Chicago 8.Boston' 'ETodia A. McConntn t3 Bertha ,de 0 day or night Agents for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log ana
For Salo byWhite's 10:30.: Devotional departnjent program Rochebave Quina, al of lot 8, in subdivision >
Prohibit of Indefinite 1; St.- Louis8. : Timber .Dogs, also chains: of all :.descriptions.! Office phone 123 Rest
Granting prepared and -servlceyeondueteby ; .of lot 3, :Mary Jacksqn plan 0' dence phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr $|
PharmacyPALAFOX First Vice. President/: C of the Donelson Tract,
Sec. 51, T. 2, ee0 Aee.ee0efe9eeeeOhd .o OpelOae I
The Best rAeti010Aee090o1/1000e
Leaves of Absent. Mechem. 'l Very Remedy for Bowel ,
R. 30 S. and W.. $1.00. i .. ,
STREET. 11:30. Address by Miss Mary :N. Trouble. Sam Rosenau to C. W. Hagermanlots ,I Nv"EVERYTHING -
Manufactured by Moore, president Athens Female 'Mr. 'bi. F.. Borroughsan old .and 11, 14, 15 and '16, block 41, Belmont -!
G. VAN ANTWERP & SON, College ; s well-known .resident of- Btu1TtoJ ,..Ind., : Tract, $1000 and other C1 sid -
ACTION WILL BE HEARD BEFORE : FOR BUILDING SUPPLIES
Mobile, Ala.WHAT'S 4:30 p. m. Department 'of Charity says: "1 regard. Chambetla&i' jColie, eratlons. "

JUDGE CARTER OF THE CIRCUIT and Kelp program prepared' .and service ; Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy as tfie C. W. Hag man.to Bertha Rosenau u BRICK, LUMBER, SASH, DOORS,. SHINGLES. WE FURNISH'
conducted by Second Vice Presi, verp best remedy for bowel trouble. :I all of block 263, New City.Tract, JIO'OO ,
COURT IN MARIANNA: ON JUNE neat: Miss 'Nellie G: Glenn. make this statement after having and other considerations: HOU&E: BILLS COMPLETE.

THE 8:15 p. m. Department of Junior UB33 the remedy in my family! for W. A. Shelby to Victor Resmonde,
20-ONE OTHER SUIT FILED Work-program prepared, and ..servjc; several. years. r'am -never withou N& of the NE: % of the SE}j, less 1'/' Phone 11, H.... G. DeSILVA & CO-
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THIRTEEN DEFENDANTS IN MUNICIPAL conducted by Junior League" Superintendent It. This remedy }almost sure 'to A. in the NE cor. sold to George H. W..PhV.- ..Vt.-- "
USE i' Miss Julia Miller be needed before the siltnmer is over. Davis 7 T. 1, S. --VVNNdW1MhW
I ec. of R. 31 W.. 18Vi .. .
i COURT. D.Address D.-"The;rby; Rev: V. 0: l Hawkins!, Why such not buy it now aSd}'be prepare! t A, $1 and other considerations.> 1 ............e.N' ..N041.............4.NNOe............--.
Hope Work of for
and by .
tin an emergency.,? For sale 'Frank Thomas et. at! to Ldllie L., .
complaining of the 3 ii bytl
warm weather
Junior .
League all
An information has been filed druggists. McClure! lot 10, block 85. E. King
you stop in my plats and take a look Thursday June:14.
the Escambia county circuit court I by Tract, Belmont Numbering, $1373. ;j i You
at my summer offerings you can't help The State ex yet Attorney General vs. 9:30: a. m. Devotional! Services. M. L. Sung et. al. to Elodie A. Me-:' May Entertaini j

feeling cooler.Summer. The Board of ::Pilot Commissionersand Work-program 10:00. Department b't.!aDd.Literary i lt p,' Connin, lot 8, in sub-d:visi3n: of lot 3,
wardens of the port of Pensacola! prepared' servic0 SHIPPING 'NW :Mary Jackson pan] of Donelson Tract,
which will be heard before Judge Carter conducted 11:00. by R. E. Daly. [ Sec. 51 T. 2, S. of R. 30 W1., $50. .
Department of Mtssi ns-
Shirts at Marianna on June 20th. The Pensacola Land and Improvement i Friends at Luncheon j
information it Is uIderstood.! was filed program by prepared Miss Nell and W.:service Richards.;conducted ...,; Co..'to W. A. Blount, Jr., all of block
Collars attached, all sizes, from 50c at the instigation of certain parties 2:00 Excursion 268. New City Tract... S100._H and--- other_._n
p. m. on the bay;
to $1.75. Full line Nainsook, Gauze, who take exception to pay being allowed ana' visit to the forts.' Arrived. considerations. i i
Lisle pilots when on leave of absence Earlstyood: Br. ss, Fayn, 1840, Pt 'M. L. Surgi to Bertha Rocheb'ave, On) your gallery having all the cool breeze of the on- 4
Balbriggan and Underwear 8:15 Business
from and the action seeks to prohibit the p. m. session. Inglis to J. A. Merritt & Co. lot 7, !in sub-division of lot 3, of Mary : doors, and yet be unseen by those passing by if ? > f
50c to $5.00 per suit, as thin as tissue Board of Pilot Commissioners from Mexico.Address by Mss! Elisa Cortez, of Hizabeih: T. Doyle: 'Am sch, Crouches Jackson division of Donelson Tract, have J

paper and wear like Iron. granting indefinite leaves of absenceto Address Rev. n. 641, .N.e=w York to-.order. S ec. 51, T. 2 S. of R. 30 w!, $50. .i p
by F. S. .Parker, :
Everything else to match in price any members of the Pensacola Bar Frances T; Tunnell-Am, sch, Tun- I II
D., assistant secretary of the ;Epworth | Tudor Porch Shades
and Pilots Association. Avery & Avery League. ne11,1239; Philadelphia to order. I UNVEIUNG CEREMONIES; BY I I| i|
teZture.Yours represent the petitioners.The Cleared WOODMEN' OF THE WORLD '
Information: as filed yesterday Thepresent Officers officers of League&e' league Petunia; Br ss, Frankland, 1093, for J: They let all the air in, and.keep out the sunhsine. Yi i j
in the office of Clerk MciMilan:: of the are: L. M. Stevenson, ofi president C< Rotterdam, with 1,101,723 9' ft lumber, Notwithstanding: the exceptionally] may see out, and those on the outside cannot bee in *
circuit court, !n full is as follows: G. M.echem, vice president Miss ;Nell 375 tons coal warm weather Sunday afternoon, a up ready for use .
JOS.COlEMAN In Escambia County Circuit Court, Glenn second vice-president; Mra. Goodwood, Br ss, Boag, 1877, for larg3 crowd attended the s rv'Cat: !
State of Florida. .- M. H. Holt, third. vice- $4.50 and
To the Honorable Judge of said Court: I Mrs. J. B. Barnett, fourth vice-presl timber. the two local. camps Woodmen of the, -. $6,00 j
:;: 212 S. Palafox St W. H. Bids, as attorney general of I. dent; Miss Julia Miller Junior league World.'- !
the state of Florida, who sues for the superintendent Rev H T. Themembers of the two camps According size. Call
; ; :- Strout, to and see them. fQU1MA
VESSELS IN PORT.
;1'1 --- people of said state, comes here before I. league editor; Miss Luciie. Smith, met at their hall and marched to the I
: the court and 'gives the court to secretary; Mrs. W. .H. Ball, treasnrer. Steamships.Federlca cemetery, preceded by the Marine
., ,I I be Informed and' understand: band from the navy yard. At the MA R S TO N & I
1 j tj That, for ten ((10) months last past Aust. ss, Zar, 2261, New burying ground the beautiful and t ,
and upwards I. H Aiken, president, J. WE WILL SELL Orleans, to Gulf Transit Company. impressive ceremony of the order 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. J
It Involves FOR NEXT TEN
j, : i i r secretary H. Harvell/, /George vice-president L. Lapipington, R. M. Cary, DAYS S3 WELT SHOES .FOR MEN i:stra Barendrecht,; Rio Janiero., Dutch ss 2092, Hock- tva ttiacaer: >f carried over cut the in graves a most o'f Impressive!?parted :....e.oo4N.INfOf.N14.A 1NeN.....................
J. AT $2.50. THE .M. & 0.
.f :M. Flinn and J. EL Exmoor, Br ss Storehouse 2297, woodmen: mole of the order and S
Abercrombie ,
Har NeNNeeNNNN1ee.N.eN. ae9ltNNeN1.3e0eeN.N.
'No MoreEffort r ber Master, constituting the Board of >Jiadiera to Hyer Bros. j others who attended returned to the
I Pilot Commissioners and wardens of Goodwood, Brit. ss, 1977, Brag, Rio city late in the afternoon on cars.I

I the port of Pensacola,--have exercised, PRESS JHEfis De Janlero W. S. Keyser Co. "Let There Be f
I performed .and usurped, without war John L. Inglis, Am. tug, 98, Sheldon, I i Light"t
,. rant or authority of law, the franchise, BUFON V 73 New Orleans to J, A. Merritt. '
Mexican, Brit. Slater, !from
function and of ss 2728 A-Woman's. Health :
power granting to pi In-response to this i
I lots of the port'of Pensacola in the New Orleans, to Gulf Transit Co. command, press the button any: :
and but comparatively said state, such pilots being legally r :P-eturnia, Brit ss, 1093, Frankland, can best be safe guarded by an occasional I : bright though soft floods the room. This is done \ -. .

little more expense to geta qualified and licensed under the laws Charleston, to Julius' Shrier. dose .of Hostetter's Stomach pur: ._ TPneumatic
first class suit than it of the state of Florida, leave of absence Senator, Brit ss, 304&. Pyle., New Or. Bitters. It Is especially compounded I Lighters.
does .to get an ordinary, from their bar, and leave of absence leans to A. Brown. for such ailments as the sex is subject Gas \
unsatisfactory, everydaysort from their bar 'for more than Wentmoor. Br ss, 2,508, St. Vincent to and is backed by a 53 years
of a garment. It's seventy-two ((72)) hours in other than to Hyer Bros. record of cures, of same. 'Every woman :
i You-are invited to call at our office and see them a' w -
merely knowing what to I cases of sickness or absence In the : 4
'get and where to get it. II I discharge of duty. Ships. needsHpstetter's g: Prices for installation very modest. Reduced prey J

Wherefore, the said attorney'general Canara'; ItL ship, 1495, Repeats, Genoa : illuminating: gas make gas cheapest !ightin'g apeir "' :
f prays the advice of the court in the to Master. ',Stomach Bitters : the city.. 4
Your
premises and due process ofla Harvest '' i
Queen, 'Brit. ship, Forsytn
I against H". at some time or other. If sickly, to
the said I.
Alken, Rio 'Janiero .
president, to order.Nordstjernnen
'" J. H. make her well, and if well to keep Pensacola Gas Ii \
r l Hiirvell, vlce-prealdent;; "R.. M: 'f6e9sxplert.3prat.,6.fbc.- VHtndiot Nor ship, 1635. her soIt Female Ills i Company
cures Cramps,
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Cary
Summer secretary; George L. Lapping -ui coir Perfect Irafc len, I a Guayra to W. S. Keyser
l ton: J. M. FJinn and J. E. Abercrom JT-fiUing Pea. N.sic,,tIIIr & ''Co. ., .- Backache, Dyspepsia, Indigestion or i Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. i
-BO ink to..pJl-A! cIoqIar .
bie
I Costiveness.
constituting Board of Pilot orihikkf.Yw .- r 'Barks. I =
r: i Commissioners and port wardens o f limply prea the bBttaau Antigua, Nor bk- 1348, Ferguson, ....Nee.e+++++.++.+.+++M...Nee..o...............
; Suit the port of .Pensacola, in this bahal i U the pictoreLaed the-<<_iUl!{ New-Orleans to A; Zelrus-
1 to be made to answer to the people ." 0: sregori Gio Botto, Ital ik. 1294.. W AV AVV

I'f. by what authority they claim to use, WritotdMlnstutlt Genoa. ; to'Rossasco Bros. :
!: Will be well bought if you exercise and- perform the franchise, toochMtb*papuEagleI50 King Malcolm, It bk Gun, 1233.Gei.oa New MachineryExpert
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get it here. We can: I function and power aforesaid. to.Buges &Co. You Will Find I

dress man and boy equal. Wi H. ELLIS, Luisa, ItaL bk. 1591. -Montano, from help, best soap, best fouv (
f ly well.! The prices range Attorney General of the State of Flog. Nolloth to master. starch and oceans of purejcjear; Successful Poultrymen
i from $6.50 up to $18 and Ida.AVERY. Lake Erie, ItL bk., 9S8. Efigan, Bas- water make the garments welaunder < |
it $20. Any way see our- & AVERY, No.1{*& som, to faster.Monrovia. > white! as'snow.. Great' I
I\.>. Suits before buying. :Attorney's for the Attorney/ Genera 1 pea point-14 Lent .'Nor bk.1449. Aase, Hamburg care Is exercised'at: every step 1T h continually looking after the j|
of Florida. rubber ud folly gunatefd.ScUb to order.. throughout the process of laundering i'' I ib
fr Another Suit Filed. Ea:!." "No.'2s: Port Sonoclan, Uruguay bk, 1112, and just enough starch '> health of their flock They >

The following( suit 'was filed In the with M cold baud..750-. Ferres, Mentevideo. German American used to make the garment! comfortably .
t.If office"of the circuit. court clerk yester torte ft.i.."Ugg" Lbr. Co.Precursore. "* stiff You'll be pleas keep on hand constantly a supply ;J

Ifr day: : Ital bk. Schiafflno, 1508. ed and thoroughly satisfied with .- ofqpNFQEY'S
Century Cash Register Co. vs. W. Statute* Genoa to Rosasco Bros.. your linens if they are launder <
H. D. C.:Norman, assumpsif! damages $200 &ad 0Ibcr SIIJea ,Spero, Nor' bk, ,623, Bostig, Las ed her Let us cal for your 1
ANSON ROUP
i 'Municipal.Court doen't Aik TOUR tell DEALER.the If be Palmas. v' -parcel.a CURE
Ettlc
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C Thirteen ;i defendants were before e "FLAS$"Fountain PtMthia Sterling Nor bk, .Ellepsen, '. becausejtiprevchfe: ; .and'cures colds and canker as <
scud Ue retail kt Bay to order. The Star roup
,-,- Recorder Laney in the municipal direct tou. Steam
CASH CLOTHIER court Each pea(SwlotdT cur.anleeL I Schoonera.Donna long as fowls can to drink. and
I yesterday for trial. Of this number' see Good for turkeys ;
: one defendant _wa4 discharged, 4 -Christina, Am/sch: McLeod. Laundry.
sen Eagle Pencil Co. pigeons.. -
165
;Belize:
tence
suspended In two
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Corner Palafol and Main, cases, two ltuufacmreri. '!. '
Barkentlne.
authorities defendants turned over to the count: : 371 Ereadwat,N M YorI. "Hubert> ;'Filler' Am liarkentine 679, S7E.Eare.nSt.Phone 114t Cor. Garden : r mhLLkN Pfi PHONE ;
and fines amounting ; +eniaeota. T. 0. &
I to Fin. and Aleanlz .
$lit" -rcpt"of'Tampa: }(..to C. W. 'Oil. ; 334

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