The Pensacola journal
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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 13, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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at Newport is Now J3A'CK\.TO CONFERENCE Yesterday ,in nUMNAR[ [ ALL t I, ,.... I Ii 'I Baggett and Jacoby Close in City'i

Completed. Atlanta'Ga.J; I I I But Former Will ProbablyWin !y


BOATS TO BE TOWED .. Treasurer Paper on .
Deposit of.State t t ,Funds. ,! THE COUNTY VOTE .

By Associated Press.. mittee of the whole, adopted an j '- ,
Vessels Will Have to Assiston in N WJ ,.,., '
larger 'IWashington: ; dune 12. With-a large amendment prohibiting.g canteens ALABAMA Nff '. i
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long Voyage. present the House to-day C ._ i Expected to Show Good Majority

passed a rule sending the 1 railroad rate 'BILLBACK ,ERS TO ,HOLD NEXT MEETING I .... I.'
bill back to ..r .,.....<., J for BaggettVOTE
VESSELS WILL BE PUT THROUGH the Senate, without an ,expression 01 Stevedores,Have Difficulty in Getting / .... ,I
its wishes regarding any of the amendments Washington, June 12.-The: conference INCOMING EXECUTIVE COUNCIL' .. ; '.: J
COURSE OF TRIALS THAT ALL to the bill. The rule was de- report on the statehood bill was Sufficient Skilled Labor ,:': .. r; IN THE CITY WAS EXCEEDINGLY .
bated for forty minutes the- demo- withdrawn from and again presented -GlEORGIAa_ BANKERS! ,ELECT. .<\,.." : I sf
FAULTS MAY BE CORRECTED arts taking the position tbat'the time to the Senate today: the new ,report 't load Vessels. ,. r'} r ;,, LIGHT AND BUT LITTLE .
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was'opportune to concur in the sleeping containing! a compromise provision! OFFICERS. i ii. t
car amendment and Instruct the agreed upon by the conferences,of the } I ,, ,
WILL START FOR PHILIPPINES .conferees. to insist 'on' the anti-pass two houses. The new. report was not ")" ) :; !.. THE ELECTION CLOPTON1NOMINATUON ;'
amendment. The democrats, however,, considered. Considerable time was-devoted : .. ,By Associated, .Press. The baymen of the city,are all busy .. !
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LATE IN YEAR. 'aided by eight republicans were not t to "a bill extending 36 hours Atlanta June ll- --The Florida BOW, or at least all ,that care to have -<< -' n IS PRACTICALLY: r 4 ;
I- strong enough to defeat the rule,, the time livestock, may be carried In class
:Bankers Association jtf day conclu.dedits"thirteenth employment this of work. The 'I
which passed bya vote of 184 to 99. transit without! unloading. :'Iie: bill CHARLES M. COSTONDISTURBANCE, ASSURED,1
Associated Prest While the sundry civil, bill was un, was finally passed. The senate,'adjourned annuarmeetin'g with the loading of a number of l large steamer .

By der consideration the.House. in. com- at sir ten; tills.'evening.* election. of the following officers: and several sailing; vessels with cargoes ;

Washington, June 12.-The navy department president{ George .D.{-Munroe of of lumber, ;and timber has given [Although a small vote was anticipated : z Ali
has been notified that the lit : f fVi \ INI in the primary yesterday to nominate
Quincy. employment to a smallarmy of men,, N: [
tie fleet of. torpedo boats which ha:;:; e-Presldent.'F.. V, Hoyt of Fernandina of whom had worked. for two representatives to the legislature
some not sev- '
been gathered. at Norfolk. for.' the purpose .I iR [ lUTmN RrlUOR C RUT U.A M tOE f George E. Lewis, of Tallahassee eral months and it is needless to say district and No.a county 4, but few commissioner were prepared from!I., a

of being sent out to the Philippines ; George W Allen- of Key West. that they: were glad.'of the opportunity for the tatalla.'cIt' of interest displayed

has been completed, so far as I i F. T. Munroe, of:OcaU,and Jk>hn T. to earn good money.at bay work. I 'GULF FELT[ T TR and the exceptionally small' vote a

the construction and ngneers are; I Rice_ of Tampa.Secretarytreasurer. '. During last week the demand. for polled. ,. ;,.

concerned and the boats are now to be.I [ 'IN'SVICTORY 15 C CAUSED 8 BYTORNADOES I George E. D. skilled men a.t'4, $6 and $8 per day i t night Returns indicate received the!! nomination In the city of Co.bat.-,' ; ,

put through a course of trials to ,ascertain Escussure, of Jacksonville was re- was such: that several of the vessels I ton and Baggett for the legislature, although -* aye;

any weakness or faults so that elected. M worked with short gangs or else filtefl! Jacoby was leading Baggett UI j ;,

these may be corrected on the home F. W. Hoyt, of.Fernandina, presented : in with men who do not belong to the t H [R [ votes at last reports. Clopton leads' ;, ,.
station at minimum expense.It Wiggins by a large majority and his 1
I T T [ pap'e: on "The'fan.in The: Cage. association HEREf nomination is conceded for county '.
will be late in the (before the '
year and State Treasurer. V. Knott gavea This is the first rush that has been commissioner. In the city precincts : 3

fleet! can be ready to start on its long .paper'on the polio"| of the slate in experienced in bay work in many be led two to one, except in precinct :

oja'se. It was the intention of the. 'depositing state "surplus funds In weeks and the baymen are happy,, Pensacola f Low Baro- ;t 15, where Wiggins! secured a majority + '
board thai the Asiatic of two votes. 4 tI ;

navy station general should have two. squadrons of(The Guatemalan Rebels! .Capture 'ton( Ga, Visited by Severe banks-. special throughout committeeon: .the'state.A. legislationwas especially continuing as for there some is time.a prospect The of arri-it metic Pressure-High Tides morning When the but fw polls were opened present yesterday and tha ''

torpedo craft in order to: make it correspond -
with the Atlantic station and Government.Artillery-Filibus: Storm Yesterday-Immense _' $ "named to fc'rge'.examinations ofstate val yesterday of-:two steamers theManza.nn and High Seas t tn Gulf. inspectors and clerks had little to dot 'r, -
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banks state'aathodty lumber until toward the middle of the ;
by and
the delay in carrying out this purposeis to and: the Burnby for *
the Cornered hY--CMis.[ in' \ \;: : c define? dank holidaysand timber I noon, when some activity was shown; 4.
explained at navy department ter ,_ { r. ", Damage Qntana. enumelatean4' and cargoes will give employment and the voters began to arrive at tha' j
by the statement that not only have -- .' their 'observance'JVhen', they fall to a large number of bay- The effects of the storm which has various polling places at a livlier pace: '' t
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the boats been unfinished up to : .r
date, hut 'owing to the uncertainty as; By Associated'Presa. By Associated f Press ;: on- i4tinday" men who, have just finished work onl been hovering about the southern end, and gav& the election managers a lit.tle"work -

to the-transfer of the navy yard from .(Mexico' City, 'June 12.-Advices: received Atlanta! June 12. 'A special to the, An invitation to hold* the next an. other vessels, and'several.other steamers of the Florida peninsula :was felt-,in. .i ;
,of hsrf report -.that General Tole- : I I nual meeting;with ,the (Alabama,;Bankers' afternoon andilast ';)But slight effort was made to get
Cavit to Okmgapo and the lack. ; Journal says heavy damage was done! will arrive, before these complete this city yesterday, : t
: voters inasmuch there
slip room'for the boats at the former;i.I plo leader forces of has the won''Southern'sweeping revolutionary victory -',at Tifton,, Ga., late: this afternoon_ by I :AS ocia.tiOJ1'lt' .Birmingham! : was cargoes. night, the tide being excepttonaliyhigh the were' only a out few, and candidates; to as be voted ,, .
l H ,would have been possibleo at referred to. the incoming ,
place executive .
: accommodate p.them. There are also' captured t e 'gover.nmeI,1fs aril! ;i a 'tornado;which-wept'over tb.t9wnj unciL' ", *While;"ihjjre: Is-scarcely. any 'work and the gulf rough.
some problem to be solved on the: lery and that.tfe .is': recjlving heavy}wrecking eight' tenements and thePesbyterian t I on5V'the Louisville: and NasavUfc 1 a maximum" at _12ilO"l>;: lo cast their ballot even though they

voyage of these little boats across,the accessions of q etters'from President! church. Two I wharves the company has a number+ m. at 82 degrees. The minimum was were near the' polling places. It was '
Cablras's! forces. \Both sides claim! of vessels under charter for the latter : by far the quietest primary ever held
four seas, upon which the famous j were seriously 'injured'and :many I t recorded at 4,.a. m, 75 degrees.
1: HAVEs ALSO ADJOURNED the in Escambia county.
everything, but Ocbs is reported still portion of month and they will '
of Commander
dler's cruise mosquito outward fleet throws no Chanl 1ght.: I,I.in the hands of the. revolutionists. .. : 1 ethers less badly; hurl The TiftonManufacturthg'Company's I begin taking cargoes about the time! Pensacola was in the area of low What ;interest was manifested was '
That fleet made of torpedo- plant .is a 'Atlanta, June .12. The -Georgia! the rush of lumber and,timber work'isi barometer yesterday afternoon, the in the race for representative. The s

boat destroyers was, much up larger boats II CRUISER: MARBLEHEAD wreck. Many trees were uprooted.I Bankers,,Assoc'at1on"' elected officers 1 over. I reading being 2$61 at 3 p. m., aa election of Coston was conceded, leaning t'
and Jacoby to 'fight it oufc
',\- 29.63 at indicating the Baggett
than these about'to be sent out, consequent CORNERS FILIBUSTER The damage is estimated at $30,000,today and adl urned. An fnvitation against approach of the noon storm. It is expected The large vote polled iy Jacoby in th.j I f I?,,
!H of much greater power. So The from the Alabama:State'Bankers for JUBILEE to his friends. 'ft:*1
I l1ue -The' surrounding country has not been: MATINEE that the disturbance will pass city was a surprise even :
it is believed that it be necessaryto Washington, 12. United ,neat
may .
:heard from. rear's meeting may determinethe northeastward along the Atlantic He polled a larer vote than Baggett ;
assist the little boats by towing States cruiser MarWehead} has the; place of the next meeting. in precincts 14 and 15, as well as 17
have been
,i I coast, and storm warnings;
American'steamer'Empire cornered in OF ELLEN TERRYTHOUSANDS
them when their coal runs low and' \ and received a good vote In No. 7.
I "' Tornado in Officers elected 'werePre"sident, ordered continued; at various points
the harbor of Connto On the Montana. ; .
The such that cannot
weather .is they I It is expected that he will poll a farly s z
'te coaled from the convoying'ship andexperiments I Nicaraguan coast. It isr believed* thel Anaconda, ont, June 12.-one hun John H. Reynolds, of Rome; vice-pres- along the coast from Jacksonville gooo') vote at Flomaton.Baggett's j.| ; *
will be made before the]! warship wiH!' seize it and bring the dred thousand dollars damage has idents, Joseph H. Davis of Albany; north.In well known strength in
WAIT ALL of weather condi '
to account for ,the part the been ,done tornado in summary
fleet! sails to.determine' the ability of owners ba Chouteau
Oscar I
El Macon
Cooley, of ; Charles said the country however makes him the
tions yesterday Observer Reed : {
the convoying ship handling the boats I I Guatemalan i ;, county. It is reported that Fort" As- B.. Lewis, of Montezuma; James GAIN ADMISSION TO LONDON "The eastern Gulf disturbance has probable winner None of the Important :
sinaboine .
!In the towing line. After the experience is seriously damaged.POSTMASTER
Knox, of W&ycross, and Z. C. Hayes, moved slowly northward to western precincts were heard from during ,
of the first fleet and of Commander
and although the race between ;t
Florida where the barometer has fallen the r
Horsley with the of Elberton. Secretary Z P. Hillyer
drydock Dewey .
will ba'
the two gentlemen
FIRE, CHIEF! to 29.64 inches; rain has continuedon
the naval officers believe that theyan <, AT of. Macon. Treasurer E. C. Smith, of the south :Atlantic coast and covers closer than some anticipated, It Is thai
? accomplish'almost anything! in Griffin. John K. Oily was elected Associated Press. the greater portion of Georgia: extend- prevailing opinion that Bagrgott will "

'bat direction. NOT GUILTY SAFFORD SKIPS chairman of the executive council. London; Jung Thousands wait- ing northward into western North win when all precincts are heard front y) r.;
to admittance to the I Clopton has carried: every precinct': .j
The matter of the establishment ofa ed all night gain Carolina. There have 'been scattered
BIG RECEPTION }!i Drury Lane theatre tor witness the Ellen -I showers in Texas, Kansas, Nebraska heard from with the exception of two f i.'."
sub-treasury in Georgia was discussed Hundreds overwhelming: majority. He ra. i l
Terry Jubilee perforamnce. South Dakota and in the Pacific coast by an :
I MARSHAL CAMPION. OF CHICAGO BONDSMEN -NOTIFY.AUTHORITl'ES at length ':Atlanta and Savannah I. were disappointed-who, having I states. A trough of low barometric ceived good votes In the othe- pre-J!, '

FOR W. Jl BRYAN I EXONERATED OF CHARGES THAT 'HE IS' GONE. AND FUNDS' being: advocated for Its location: vtaited 24 hours The, ,were unable to lasted l gain pressure overlies the west from Arizona cincts, and there as is he little Is strong doubt but rt that the *'. ",'C
aomission. performance and New ''Mexico northward. A
War was declared on speculation in
BY G3 cotton futures which was brought before evening and leading theatrical' and the upper lake region and fair weather There was such a lack of interest In ; liJ,;
COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO AR. --- ,the convention by a speech by operatic stars took part prevails' over the northern portion the contest that the clerks and 'In-* :
Harvie Jordan president of the South / .of the country. Conditions fare favor- specters as well as those around tha I> !
'RANGE PROGRAM THAT WILL By Associated Press. Council 1 t: By Associated Press., ern Cotton Association. able for fair weather over this section polling places failed to seni the re-t t '' 1 ti, :"

BE SATISFACTORY.By Chicago June Fire 12-The today Jacksonville Fla., June 12.;-The -,' BURNBY HAD A' tonight and Wednesday;, the southern suits In as anticipatea'. and with th'. t '
Committee on Department postal authorities'here were notified disturbance will move northeastward exception of the four city precincts t .- :
found former. Chief Marshal John today by bondsmen,. that Postmaster three JVtiard from by Chair i : ,
PASSAGEBRITISH and cause fresh to brisk'north'only were
Campion not guilty of insubordinationand Chancey at Saftold, Manatee county STORMY winds." man ReSlly. A large number are expected .' j .

Associated Press. recommended :his reinstatement-had left for parts unknown and that SEVERE[ [R E STORMINYICINITYOF R In the mails this morning and : .

New York, Jung 12.-The Commerdal Chief Campion was summarily two weeks.removed all of the funds were missing. inspectors afternoon. The vote now stands: "
from office about' in 'the ENCOUNTERED LIVELY ROW ATKUPfRIAN'S 2. 'For : :
Travelers Anti-Trust League, him are charge of office: and VESSEL Precinct No. Representative y f
which: organized the movement to e ago by :Mayor Dunne: who accused efforts are being made to apprehendthe Baggett, 12; Colton, 11; Jacoby, 6; for .!' I.
[tend a public reception to William,J.1 of ,insubordination .Iniconnection wltt missing man. STORM IN THE GULF: AND county commissioner district No.4, ; 'r;

Bryan on his, return to this country,I the securing fire department.BUSINESS certain bids. apparatus. fr I f fN HAD ROUGH .WEATHER PARK Clopton, 11; Wiggins 5. ;l: |-
August 29, at a meeting yesterday, de- Precinct No. 7.-For Representative, J
tided to defer immediate action and PATRICK'IiOPS'OR FOR SEVERAL DAYS., Baggett, 33; Coston, 17; Jacoby 23:, ,i
members .! for county commissioner, Clopton, 17;, i1, -
appoint a committee of. ten COLORED PEOPLE/ ENGAGE IN A
to arrange_ some plan,which OFMINOR ,. Wiggins 25. :T} -:
could meet with the cooperation of [ MORE DELAY SNEADS N [ O Bunny, FREE-FOR-ALL FIGHT WHICH Precinct No. 12. For Representa: T, i'?-,
big .Brltish ''steamship
aU branches of the party Th, tlve, Baggett, 127; Coston, 154? t f :,1
COURTS Captain Thomas, which came into LANDS: SEVERAL IN JAIL Jacoby, 90; for county commissioner i: ;
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yesterday ran into the tropical : "
port Clopton 125; Wiggins, 60. '
STEAMER TARPON SUGGESTS THAT WARDEN DEFER disturbance off the South Florida coast There was a lively row at the cot I i Precinct No. 13.For Represents / .
soon after entering the gulf,and from ore! picnic at Kupfrlan'e Park on 125 Jacoby -. :
Baggett, ; .Coston ; ;
Before Judge Nichfelsen, in the Justice ARRANGEMENTS : UN, Tracks Washed Out, Wires that time until it reached port had a Monday night, in which, clubs and 82; for county commissioner, Cloptont'; i".

LOST PROPELLOR of the peace court'yesterday' the EXECUTION. stormy voyage. .. other weapons were freely used, and U-2 Wiggins 51. %. ,{.
cases of Ernest Roach and Jack Bonl- Blown Down and Trains The vessel: wa']Dund, from Las Palmas ai a result several of the,pfcnicers are I Precinct; No. .-For Representa- ',, !%: "

; fay who were, arrested last, week to this port'ldSentered the Florida in durance vile, having been gatheredIn tive Baggett, 68; Coston 102; Jacoby ; \i ''
THE upon an allegation that'they were connected : Badly Delayed. straits at;about the time the dis- by Deputy Sheriff Johnson. Those 86 ,for county commissioner, Clopton' 'i| I. ',:
STARBOARD SHAFT BROKE with the injuring of Alias Annie By Associated Press. turbance was reported off the coast who have already been arrested for 95; Wiggins 44. -. t :

WHILE IN GULF ABOUT 15.". White, were called. The defendants Ossining, N: Y.t June 12. examination, and 'were held whose appeal, for a wind hlefor. a,gale from near- charges against them are as follows I i,
waived Patrick, new trial The' tropical disturbance which has says the : tive, Baggett, 81; Coston, 164; Jacoby ,r
criminal court under-'bonds of on the charge of muro'ering: William of the compass. The Abe Jackson, carrying concealed 't-
MILES FROM MOUTH OF to the : been hovering about the Florida coast lv ry.pomt 153; for county commissioner, Clopton, ,
$loo each, which were". furnished im;'March Rice was denied yesterday, ,' vessel was not damaged: in, the least weapons; John Williams, same Wiggins 105. !
for three days struck inland ;
-' the past
ST. ANDREWS BAY. mediately. It will '-''be remejnbered suggested to Warden Johnson "of the last night and great ,damage.was reported by her mugh'experlence. ; chargeBennle; King, fighting; Geo.1 1103 No. 17:For Representa .!
that MissWhite was struck with a. prison today, that he defer arrangements ; In the vicinity of Caryville and Lindsey, fighting; Kat?Jordan, Minnie. tire, Baggett 16; Coston, 31; Jacotty .
brick on Garden ,street :while enjoy. for the execution' next weelt.; Sneads., The train due in this city. at TO Abrams and Mary Montgomery, disor 17; for county commissioner, Clopton, .i# it;
ride with a large party of Patrick not and BIG REBATE : derly and fighting. '
The steamer Tarpon of the Pensa- ing a hay r was even despondent 30:40: last night was reported five 30; Wiggins 4. !: .' .I!
cola and Apalachicola line limped young people. notified the warden that he 'waS- preparing -hours late, due to' a big washout near

into port late Saturday night under _.> application_ to the .United? Sneads. All of the telegraph wires MINING COMPANYBy THE NEW SENATOR
one propeller the starboard propeller Recorder's Cqurt" States circuit court on a writ of error were blown down and the exact MAGNATE'S WIFE ::111;;

having been lost in the gulf soon after Fourteen .defendants: were. before and that this would probably, stay- the 'amount of damage could not be asce.t&inedl ."-

the vessel sailed from St Andrews Recorder Laney In the, 'municipal i execution. FROM DELAWAREBy ASKS DIVORCE fBy
Bay on the voyage to Pensa- court yesterday for' Trial 'Of this I lA terrific storm is reported ,from Associated'Press. ti.SI;
suspended in SUPREME COURT GRANTS Philadelphia, June 12.-The Ber- :
cola.The number sentence was: Georgia and it is probable: that the the
accident occurred during the five cases, one case was continued and i APPEAL. OF PATRICK same storm which caused the damage wind Whfte Coal' Mining Co.was Associated .
night : ; of Caryville and Sneads issue before the, Interstate Commerce: '
and those of the passengers fines lmpased'amountjng.toa34Therewere inthe vicinity investigationof Del., June 12.:-;Colonel Du- > Associated Preis. J'I: r
'V ho were awake I several defendants before the Canton, 0., June 12.Application swept through the country north ol Commission: to-day; the I (
little bit
were a of railroads to the coal pont, who was elected to the United Reno, Nevada June 12-frs. WH- 5 r'f-t :
startled for a few moments until the court who of late months ,have been was made today to Justice Day, of the those points. the relations The importantfact States today, Is 68'years 'old liam[ Ellis Corey, wife of the president .t : .
interests ;
machinery had been stopped and 11IUrvey rather frequent: y1 ltors".ther ,', mostly United States Supreme Court foP,a From rather indefinite reports 're- and that the companywas and a native 'of Delawate. He,is the of the United States Steel Corporation y
of drunkenness and stay writ of appeal consequently ceived at early hour tJils morning was r ,'
made of the damage. the charges and an this in tha district court '
upon seven cents a ton by the head of the great powder works bearing Bled: morning _
The vessel These' :were feiven a sen- stay of execution on behalf of.Albert it-is gathered that the precipitation: of allowed 41af
was at no time in any loitering. Mar his wealthy He here[ ,a petition! for an absolute decree '
It's cars on name and is
danger! but sentence was Patrick. Justice Day,decided,the case, rata Sneads amounted to almost railroad.for handling very 't '
and, after discharging cargo tence of thirty days, near Thls"allowance gives the served through the Civil war and received divorce. She' asks the decree on ; ;
at this: conduct appealable and issued the writ- The cloudburst: and that the railroad slmsu pier. t_
provided, and
port proceeded to Mobile tinder suspended abottt- seventeen 'thou a medal of honor for-"most-dts the ground of abandonment 1"00'q ;
one propeller where repairs will themselves irt",a, more f>K' >per r I Court In October. sand dollars a month..a ,
Probably be'made.i' in the future.- *- r several'places.: : t

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-:4 oma"- ,S. No i without.her'.nahire'to woman's can: .be-pompleto children happiness love; it. c 0 N llDIWNI I) PH U O'P I-IAT1ON N Nf Aged JUIJPI0 i

NigIitiiiaro, j ,want and the- beau pure.them-I I OF f COMPANIES[ I DABNEYCL8PEC8 '" ASKED f r FOREEOS .- ::1 "- PrliSe Duffy's

The critical ordeal through which the expectant mother must pass, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Stroman, who are respectively

however, is so fraught with dread,-pain, sufferin and danger, that the ANARROW 78 and 71 years old,.find Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey their

- very thought of it fills her with apprehension and horror. There i is. no G L ..iSQff.The SKBCXK ..QUITEI SUES CENTS [ [ only relief from the many ills that beset those Hearing the
for the of life
. necessity reproduction to be either painful! or dangerous. CLUETT ftABUPT *SO. century mark of life.
The use of Mother's Friend so prepares the system for the coming event 'NMIRI or ouirri hQ VOUMCM IHWTI -

: that it is safely passed without any,danger.Thjs'great and wonderful i ,. : .' ," .., I -xq : >: : -s

: remedy is always and applied W!. S. Keyser, .Company and Board r of...,Works( Requests .,that

externally, ,

has carried thousands WI 04LSI"8 Pensacola [Lumber Co. Will 1 $1,000 BeAllowed. for. 'Work ';

- of women through the _

trying crisis without suffering. : Do 8uEn ssSeparat_ ly. 1 of Disposing of Them

Send far tree book eaeUlnleg taformittog of 4: HATS .
prfceleu nIne to all expectant: mothers. d q '
rl en The deal for the consolidation of the t'\4a
Tki Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta,..fia. W, S, Keyser OIipanl'atld the Peu- DIE The Board of PubHc? Works metlasjeciaj ,
." sacola'Lum\ber\ Company, two of the W- When they eat }, ,session at 530; o'clock. !'J last \ % dts

largest exporting iirms in. the sauth Steams'Electric evening and, in conforalty with the ) i.2 21 "

A BRIEF HISTORY OF Is off, the .necessary .,arrangements Rid} and Roach Pasto recommendation of Kaolin, Officej1 !i:
for the consolidation failing to be : .
?hs DMt. itrtTM tban oat 0( SIll he.M M4 Flerpont to the Board 'of Health at
henceforth the two IdrlM Wit odor. It tiliur
consumatedj. and n bodlei te&Tm. so s the
to txtanalBktar of nlc, vaMr Qp.creVoaI meeting the day previous
which had begun
companies, just bag i.coekn *ui. Ttrmla. .
resolution the
passed a asking
THE EPWORTH LEAGUE do business under the consolidated r *!*. ..w.r< OfftKi for aar r%I pqssqli.1IIesVk:1eeIr1.PsM...imwibplK t .,c
Sold city council to nmk. an appropriation _
name will conduct their respective eTirrk re,or seat br Kimet p'epsId.on' recalptofprlok
and have 'connection B.b z6q: U...lIu.LOe. IL of $1,0000) the money to be used litha & & _

1 ... businesses no I tniB(..('.CICiTIl..... . ,
.'; : : : whatever. f..I."" '''''''' ----e> w w. n --- I
I of was.t18 cOOldd
representatives of the five soeieltles The announcement to this effect i i

Something About the Methodist and la May..1899, a nwetlng at Cleveland came somewhat as a surprise to many. ered.. The muting was called .to order
was he1
Young People's Organization The five- societies were: The Young the l latter portIon of (May with "W: Florida and Alabama i' man promptly Zelius at and--the Mayor hour set Bliss with present.Chaii-

l'eople'icYethodlst Alliance, The Oxford S.. K yser as presdent! but as stated
: in Session Here. League\ The YouUg PectWChristian by one cf the, merulbers! of the fi.rm LAND COMPANY The reading with after of the which sniautes the clerk was-read dispensed

\ League, The! Young Peop1e'aUnion yesterday afternoon it was recently : '
th;? call for the -meeting. The recommendation -
; The-North Ohio Conference found that certain details of the consolidation J I
Methodist Episcopal': Alliance could not be adjusted, so Manufacturers of :3 of the.city physician was
I and Dealers in then read and a resolution passed,asking -
ORGANIZED IN THE METHODIST On May 16 1$99 ,twenty- eveJ\ representatives the two companies have each assumed! z <<<,
of the organisations' cameto LUMBER,.,SAYVEQ CYPRESS SHIN the council for the money neededto > -\';;;

CHURCHES THE LENGTH AND an and !launched the their business as before. I' OLES ANQ KILN-DRIED SAP.EsiambaJr remove. weeds from -tI. streets in 4 un. AND !IRS. OEQ.. A. mo1l.AN,
agreement The' Keyser Company will maintain ,
BREADTH OF THE LAND-MEM. new society of MethodM YOUng people its old officers, W. .S. Keys r. president -' the city. .. ... ''Mr. Stroman in a recent letter says! : "I-am In mr seventy-eighth year and hay,
which they named the Epworth .. The question ef sidewalks was taken been using Duffy's Fure Malt Whiskey for some thne with.grooareeula My -Us,
and 'J >> Muldon, and
secretary and it pI ,the met' Is nervous, finds.Duffy'9'the: .only thing that relieves
BERSHIP IN SOUTH ALONE IS League. The ae/w'organization received Club VB /was the sense who is seventy-one and very !
treasurer. William Rudolph; formerlya ; ressing lug that the lav r arding'paving her and she recommends It to all of her friends. As soon as aha hears them complain -
a warm welcome and the work of Is Dufty'a M it Is the very beet medicine." Geo. 4-
member of the firm. no longer<:on- aha advises them to get
.122,547, WITH 3,472 CHAPTERS. establishing chapters went along ,\igorously nected with it, neither.'is the office at Drying, Cleaning and Pressing cf should be enforced: ,,It -was .deoidiid. Stroman 24%-aat Poplar St.,.York Qttjr, Fa..;NOV. 2&, .
to advertise for bids!, for lay ing-a-,sidewalk
from the start. The mottoof geitleei': .anffddles' CIQtht g. Clobrates
being maintained
th.2 League "Lpok up; lift up," be- In connection! with the 'failure to only $1.00 per' in nth. We call ia froaVof'the: Burner property,

"Look up lift up." ; came the inspiring slogan to the lost$ consolidate the following letter is being for and deliver*- U'vwort. No.9 B., at the corner of Tarragona and Chase Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey

"All for Christ. of young people in all parts of the sent out, signed by President Key. Intendencia. '. streets, and to make a,test case of it _
ethodst'! world in than MAUlTCN', if the. trwnera refused to pay for the
and less a WALTER & CO.. PropiSelix's
f J'One heart one way. ser of the W. S. Keyser Company work. The board also gelded{ to advertise is an absolutely sure, gentle and invigorating stimulant Mid tcnic! builds up th:*
after the .
The above are the mottos of the Bp year a paper. and President Brent, of the iPensacoU Old.Stand.YELLOW'FEVER. for, bids for paving.in front ptnIl nerve tissues. tones UD the heart, gives power to the bra j). etreoigth and ew.ticity .--
north League tha young people's so. "The Epworth Herald" was established Lumber Company: to the muscles and richness to the blood. It brings into action all tr.--
under th.3 editorship of Rev. Joseph property,the owners of vrh'.ch! had vital forces, it makes digestion perfect and enables you to get (fern the food you
.of the :Methodist
.'Church'eiety P. Berry, D. D. Shortly thereafter the Joint Letter. been notifed: toajgde; | ,ralks but hc! eat the nourishment it contains. It ia invaluable for overworked men, tiehcau
which'! now in onference in the "The consolidation of the W. 9. not done so. women god sickly children. Jt strengthens the system! is a promoter of good
this city at the Gadsden Street Methodist I pworth League wa3 adopted as Keyser Company and the Pensacola A health and longevity, make the old young and keeps the young strong.
church.It official young !people's society of the Lumber resolutionwas adopted fivipg it Duffy's Pure Malt 'Whiskey contains no f\1seY-oil and ia the only whiskey Uui:
Company as advised in our as the sense of the board. tbr.c lower medicine' This is a guarantee.
i Methodist: Episcopal church. The general AT SHIP ISLANDTHREE has been recognized as a
was at the general conference In conference of 1892 formally en- retent letter has owing to unforieea Palafox treet, from Main to the wharf CAUTION-Duffy'B Pure Malt Whiskey flu been Imitated and substitutes are kin*
1873 that the movement for a uniform dorsed the it difficulties in the final adjustment of :, .' should be paved without delay; a.n3: offered far sale by uiucrupiileai persons who nay try and confute )OU. Do not bt
organization of the of League and incorporated deceived;as of the preparations Bade np to Imitate OuMy'f are poiitively
people the various interests involved not May
young into the machinery of the church. PATENTS BEING CARED i bids wij! bj advertised for so that: the dangerous to tile bealtB. Look for the 'Old' Chemlrt" tradtmark en the label jon insist
i the Methodist Episcopal church began The Epworth .League organizedin been consumated. work: may proceed as soon as the getting the genuine. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey i$ sold by reliable druggIsts mdrrocerr
I totake definite shape. There had was "We beg, therefore, to advise you FOR AT T+iE QUARANTINE | have been everywhere in Haled 6ott'.lonly-never'" bulk. $1.00 a bottle, or you can ret
been 'various societies the Methodist Church, South, un- sewers completed. it direct. Doctor civic cod medical booklet free Addreu Daffy Watt Wlii.kel Co
/ people's
that the
young two companies STATION.MeansJicayune
der authority of its general conferencein name4 above j, A number of bills were presented to Rochater N. Y..
In the church before that
existing will continue business-separately and .
: 1890 tha clerk, passedand ordered paid.G.
and placed
January was under I
time, some of them operating in individual -. control of ,the 1 entirely independent of each other, as The'Jlew ( : of Tuesday N. GOLDRJ NG. Distributer.
Sunday Schoql
j .churches and others bavins! Board. heretofore. The officers and stock says: VT \;' B. Surnhans Testifies After Four
Four years later the conference -
branches In a number of churches. [I holders in the respective companies For several ddysItlias been known Years. .,

: 'At that general conference a memorial '!and formed organized a separate department Boa-d will remain as they have been for several here that there was.one positive!!\ eaEi I of
an, Eptworth League ; Burhans. Carlisle Center
G B. ,
was offered asking formal recognition > casis HOTELS AND SUMMER
two ot
years. and suiflciOaa\: fever tip RESORTS.'T.
under whose the thenNssef : ,
control society N. Y.writes: "About-- fourI'a'gb'I y.eat.3 .
i -
for known tl. '
an. organization as "We w.guld request for each board of a steamghip t\Ship Islaf.ttQuarantine
In the that"
: 'August stating
same :year wrot'e yoii had
Church Lyceum but it was not adopt. I Station but"ibere
pany continuance of the pleasant was 1O
relations -
1 'the Epworth Era, the official paper_of ben 'ept relY cured of a severe kid
eel nor was anything else done by any which have hitherto existed.! omeial &flQUV1flt $fit. by the Ua- il'
general conference for the twenty society: was started. -!' nine: Hospital' 'Sjrnce; which has I ney trouble by takingless than two' 'A LAND OF DELIGHT"
|. Si* thousand two hundred and bottles foley'g' Kidney Care. 'It
years following in behalf of a 1U l.ffUorganlza.tion charge 6t.'that 'StUlo' .hence the mat; ,
< twenty-one Leagues and Accei te4 the Bmtlmate. =
Epworth 1,172 > entirely fctopped the brick dust-'s di; -
for the people of
young ter uniU
was offlcially confirmed
,Junior Leagues have 'been chartered A widow in a Maine town, according meat, and pain and symptoms- kidney .
tha Young people's! societies ,
of- various sorts sprung up in different I since the organization' of the Liagiie: to the Boston Herald was a strict con ;yesterday&W Tile nEWS reached Dr. Irfon :Prest. disease: disappeared. 'I am glad I THE. BEAUTIFUL, SAPPHIRE COUNTRY

In the church, South, but reports have ,. that I have never had .
sections and by 1S&9 there were five structionist in her theology and would dent of the Louisiana Slate Board 'ofH3alth to gay a return ;
that were sufficiently, strong aa4promising 1 been, received from M72' Leagues, haY, |., admit- no lodger into ,her., "bearding Saiufds afteoiora?r and as of anjrfcf those lymBtoms' during the

to give 'foundation, for ths ing a" 'D membership .122,547, which! houSe'who had a leaning 'toward "Uni- that station:*! in Mississippi, he !immediately four years that have elapsed and am 'ELEVATION FROM 2,250 TO 5,000 FEET.

hone that the time bad come for a probably represents the actual work i versalist views.. One day an'old sea got. into communicationwith [evidently cured to stay cured, anJ Goregqus. Mountain. Scenery,. three magnificent I lakes, countless'
ing force of the
tnion out of which would com the The League. 1.captain happened"along:, to ask for Dr. J. P. Hunter, the Hea'lth' Officer heartily'recommend Foley's: Kidney beautiful waterfalls,, pure and bracing air; trout .fishing in streams

sort of organization that would commend confined Epworth to the League churches 1.1>1.JlO of meaa the$ rooms. of Mississippi Dr. Hunter had Cure to -anyone. suffering from kid- and .lakes., boating, bathing, horse back riding, driving, mountain
'or'bladder.. troubleFor
itself to the whole church. A I United' States. It was organized in "But what do you believe asked not heard.of the.C
call was issued for a conference of the : Canada in 18S9 and has a IDIEoor .the widow. inv tllati n. which resulted in the W.apothecary.A. jyAlzmberte, druggist and FVE| CHARMING HOTELS.

-. :there of something. over 100000. : Oh,,most anything:!!.replledithe capI follawingsteljgram.' / Jo.Dr,4rJtoa' yesterday TOXAWAY INN, Lake Toxaway.'FAIRFIELD' INN Lake Fair
i -' j* "ji-" iij I tain. > ; -) jyM.pl"County ; : I now open .f .H. AIKEN, Man! 'field, opens July 1. W. H. & C.
Heanfi 1 reports 05IOOR W
How to Fool Liver RD
a Lazy Intellect In !es. "Do you believe there is a belly steamship! Whitehall, from Colon [ ager. .Special rites during June. A. MARTIN Managers.
with Artificial Exercise The common impression that the average | "Sure." was the reply. SAPPHIRE INN Lake Sapphire,
twelve daagO; had three reward
cases. A of 1QQ will be given for
THE FRANKLIN Brevard opens MRS. P. CRISP Man-
man is superior to the average "Well, parried the widow "how nON open.
; Vessel detained at Ship Island."J. escaPed.from
the.capture of Jaq Han ey, 11: Manager.j
| woman intellectually at has in origi- many do you think will go there?" P. Hujntfer; Soecn t7"" convict camp. Description: 5 July! A. LAMBORN, } ager.

serious Sickness has a small I,! nallty inventiveness, reasoning power The captain cautiously remarked that The Picayune "v4r d its Washington :feet 7 inches; 130 pounds; medium THc LC-QGE, Summit of Mt. Toxaway now open. MRS. A. BUR
and the like is beyond dQubt due to the he thought 20,000'would be orrespondent V learn what the Surgeon '
I a fair estimate build; age 21; carriage erect; brown DICK, Manager.The .

IBVERY J in nine cases out of ten | common habit of Judging each sex by I General knew of the C&5en4 eyes, black hair; complexion: black: ; hotels are modern, and are noted for perfect service.. .Address

beginning 1 is nude In the i, Its most superior representatives. This The-widow paused ,then stated that the following! further confirmation! was medium forehead; medium ears; round either hotel for rates, ,-

Bqwels. i seems fair enough and would be fair he could come in, "Twenty thousand," received last night: nose; medium mouth; good teeth; For descriptive ,booklet and genera) information address

enough but for the difference between,. she said "is better than none.: "Washington, June 11. Surgeon round chin; short neck; square shoulders JOHN C. BURROWES, Pres.,

Constipation is the beginning of most diseases. 'the sexes in variability-that is, the General 'Wyman said to-day that his ; length of feet 10 Inches; vacci. rhe Toxaway Hotel Co.

.. It paves the way for all others. i range of spreading down from and up A Cubic:Foot of Gold., latest; tnfQI1D.2IC. -om Ship Island nation scar on left arm. Special rates at'T xaway Inn during June Lake Toxaway, N. L;.

Lack of exercise, hasty eating, improper |i above the average in intellectual traits If some millionaire' agreed to give is that three yellow fever paren' YARN BROTHERS CAMP, The lake region of the South.HOUSEHOLD .
from Colon arriving on the steamer ...,.
a cubic foot of _
food I yoU pure. gold if you Cantonment. -"""" """ "'A "'''''_
are its first cause at least the male sex is the more varia- Whitehall bring cared for at the
should put it in a sack and are
Laziness and postponement, permit it !i ble group., The very highest and very mile carry it a station, and that no other case! has
to,grow into Chronic Constipation, which: I: lowest marks in a mixed college class o :you think you would be equalto d'eveloped.: The..vessel is being detained NEW TAIL'ORING.FIRM
Xnei6s life-long Discomfort. will commonly be given to men; the Certainly you are confident for six days, and General Wy

I variability found among boys in the of your ability to perform the, man says that, ther* is no cause iyr: :
It.lsn. necessary to be aick-a-bed.'you i numerous 'mental testswhich ban task, but there would not be the least! any uneasiness 3n" New Orleans or IPrickett, Gerson and Gar n.& 13
Jcnow in order to uncomfortable. danger of the the 'name of a new firm, which Is. to PAINTS FOR
mighty been. gtYea. psychological lvest1ga.. ; man o( money losing hit elsewhere on account of the fever. Af

A c..Even a slight i.indigestion .affects,the tow is from oy 5 to 1X( per cent greater gobi< pbe,, Such'a lump of"virgin gold: ter .Cibllng to Coon! he was positive July begin 1 business-operation in the mew Brent\ : building.here about.The

nerves dulls the mind, and obscures: the I t \&n.that,fjjund. amwg.jfirls, Qf the would weigh" a'*few" grains', over 11. oa that ail l of the suspccious- cases hd{ natur.3 of the business is merchant I DOMESTIC PURPOSES
pounds. i?nOW fever, a.'ldiQo precaution to
merry :sunshine of Life. thousand moat eminent intellects of tailoring something that isj very much
history 87 per cent are men, the varia prevent the disease from spreading needed here. The people who"are intere&ted : The: Granny Ready-Mixed Paints for household parpo-
t .
From what is known of the cases, -
ate being gold to women almost every day to paint irt
bility which 'e uses -the monopoly of I i-.3 experinced men and they
it' seems that- ttieWnitehallwas: returning des of furniture in tha home, staircase window :! -.
-Th time"to adjust the Bowels is the very genius causing also the existence: of to Gulfpo'rt from Colon, after i propose to: open a first class: place in doors CJ.-M.'-
etc. Put up in pint to wh-n
cans ready use
Work of the hi tlordel"
minute you susjKwt they need adjustment. twice many'male as female idiots! COffEE ttklng: a cargo of lumber to the every will respect be featured and prices 'will red at 25 cents a can. Get our prices on building :. "-

.-If your tongue is slightly coated,' Bookman. isthmus, and: two suspicious cases .'of ba within reach of alL terial and hardware.Saunders .
-If breath illness were found on board 'at' the.,
your is suspicion,
The thousands of -collars! spent annually
,-If head feels a trifle heavy duD Equal to the E.ergeae7 Quarantine Station at Ship Island. Tni.I Mill Company
your or We the for clothing by Pensacola people
are Pioneer ,
Being equal to an helps ship was detained, and then a third
-If digestion little emergency outside of the city be'
: seems even a slow may spent
cass developed, which.the Marine Hospital Phony 7t7. 21
East Garden Stnat.
one out of plights into which the best Coffee Roasters of
-If Heartburn Belching, Colic or Rest- Officer at the Station, diagnosed here in the future, and in this! way
ot1 sometimes fall A certain actor be to -
will given opportunity
they an
kssnesa begin to show themsebres.That' West Florida.MUGH'S as positive and so reported to th-2 '
came so belated to the theater one get; just /what they want and when .. -
Surgeon General. The Surgeon Gen
the time to eat a Casearet. '
evening when he"was to play Othello e1 aI's statement about cabling! to I they want it,.
.Don't. imagine the Casearet la ineffective inttp tragedy of that name that he for Colon indicates the presence of consid--I Mr. -W."ST Gerson, who is a brother need have no terrors for you'

;Because it Is pleasant to,eat as Candy.ItactsapleazantyasIttastes. got to bla keq hU! bands and rushed on BLENDS erable infection there, which has not Qf B .Gerson, of this city, has been WAS H DAY .if!

It is as the stage with them white and his face been made public. About ipronth ago here for-a numher of days making you send your washing to

.co ccnia1 to your Bowels as it is to your sooty. Of course the audience giggled, one, case wag reported' at Colon. :! preliminary and arrangements is "enthusiastic for their The New Method Laundry

Palate and poor Othello, when he realized the'cause Much Interest attaches to the ,n- opening very on PHONE use\ E. W. LAWRENCE Prop. No.8 WEST ROMU.)1
: f
have the outlook. He is -partner of the
no equal A trial fection of the Whitehall because this -
of the mirth, was almost unable
It stimulates the - muscular lining of the : Prkkett Gsrson Co., of Montgomery. :

Bowels and Intestines: ,90 that they meehanlpMy i to proceed with his part and so deeply will convince the connoisseur same part!! lI\VisseJ the yeUow played fever a visitation conspicuous last !Mr. Frank Gardner the junior partner,
mortified that when he mad his exit
'Well known in this he has
i city as
extract nourishment from the that It is believed that
foo4 and we summer. by some
after his first he declared thatb
scene, : i been traveling into Pensacoia for a
'irWtt out the wut the fewps brought to New O'-
II could :not finish the performance make no extravagant learns from (Belize in May or June 1905. i number of.years. FKEY'SFZT.kNOGKERkills

but a happy thought struck hIm.. Qeprocured while the people of Beiize for a time I .
I' a pair.of. fiegb colored gloves claims blamed the Whitehall for introducin Ii i -
4The only way to have CascareU ready toprecisely'whtn .., '
blackened his bands, put the glove on the Infection into their town eartter i .
t. jrou need them is to I: and walked! quietly on again. There"was the year. The ship arrived in pelizg .

carry them constantly in your pocket, as quite a little tittering as the Moo, Wholesale' and RetailGROCERS wIth her captain! and some of the l the Reijjtt of Prolonged"Study. and.

you do a Watch or a Lead pet\ lL I( went on with W* lines but it entirely crew sick andthe captain died of r Deep Research.: every fly it-hits, keeps others

.The Un cent 1 box of Cascarets t is mad. 'subsided a& during a speech of one of yellow fever.in Belize. 'JIarconKpthewireless. wIzard-=-dldnot"tujpbii I from horses
Of course, everypossible precaution accidentally t upon the I alighting on your
thin. flatTround-edged: and small for this! the other characters the dusky love I
drew has been, taken against the prjociplei of hi? mamlrous invention; h
carefully off hU gloves, disclosing
precise purpose. I i:hands match. his face. Then those and all, ktm s 'of Feed spread! pf the infection, and no one is I .i\ :waa'ohly by deep and prolonged and cows and drives, them, from
Be very careful to get the genuine made allowed'!: to approach the vessel In i study of the cause of certain known .
'i whose risible! ? had been affected felt the stable. Will increase flow
only by the SterBng Remedy Company and Stulis.Pluto quarantine, so there' need be no uneasineSs i, jhVomen% in na4ure..that: he was* able- ] '
small nit< awkward. .. on that score., The fact that ;produce; the startling effect, -
never sold in bulk. Every tablet ttampedcor r- of milk and add flesh to
of speaking of your
: the Mlssippl authorities are aware Many people, in Hair .
JfeJ'e Fr.ea.tiAa. warrant for i Restorers have a -of bunching _
th2! conditions is ample way
:-IW stock in
S a :' "Now. Lester," said the old eodger, : Water the belief that they will watch the them altogether -without discrimination. summer

addressing his callow nephew in an .
coast line cloaaly, and prevent communication
; i
,FREE TO OUR READERSIt admonitory tone, '*ft is as proper that with the ship. i H.erpicide' is as different from othersocaled t i

has been arranged to mall free a you should pay the fiddler as it is to Dr. John N. Thttnas State Quarantine I "halr restorers* and "reme- CorGardcrtF. S. MELLEN" 8 PA PHONE:

beautiful freach-desifaed GOLD- liquidate any other debt, but it's a Wholesale and Retail Physician, was in the city in con- dies! as.day Is from night. and Alcanlz UU5 334

2>LAT. U colors trinket a HZ.AaidsNa Juwi- a8jaeJed ormamemt in, fine exhibition! of extry width betwixt suftatkmwith! Dr. Irion and Secretary \ It,Is a scientific preparation jre- PENSACOLA FLORIDASubscribe

pretty moat liberal offer rer ta,de, aJJtI wo'wtnt ':the. ejti to Inquire the fiddler1 price Ingram the state Board of Hea'ih: j, pared for the sole purpose erf destroy- iI1

every l'Udu to have OJBS Tea ,before th9 dilute begtu.u..ttutk. Orleans Co arranging for"the! legislative Inspection -I IBS.the ,scalp microbe that causes.
icents Ja la asked New Grocery ..
sumps ta a zeaaaretgood ,
; .:-rJ
faith mad to cover coat of Cu- of.the Quarantine Station. ''dandruff and falling }hair, : -
eueta wits which this dainty bar it 'Use yong1ft* faithfully and W special meeting of the Beard of -For sale by/ '\!. 'A. DUlemberte, '
I loaded theyshalIbeeIarge& Health will be held Friday at 10 a. m. i druggist and apothecary, 121 South
tfond today be are to neatloa thjt Practice what
you J McHugh; to meet th Committee from the: Senate i;sireef/HbrrVBdilfic-jn. ) \Wl'pl
apr < *rlto year 4rfreSterlixt pfaIaly. } :
ddtUoll Kemodyr _. knowand you shall attain to higher a.nd'House., and Saturday'morningthe fore mple to>IhS. HtT|>ic5dQ tJif-J > !for 'ThJO'urnal:

tlakUo Xtir Alt. mI ,knowledge,-Arnold- Phone 1 05. Proprietor party will, proceed to the'statiCn---i trolt..)Iic .


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,Down .1 I OFFiCIALS l Uf MINERYA i i. < )' -, ; .Extraordinary.: : ,

To This:

Would you rather : THECITYk H HOGFISH H HMiami I N N mm

pay 50 per cent _

more merchant.to ordinary tailor?- t Bond Trustees and d 'Councilman Taxidermist Recognizes I ,

Held Consultation the Peculiar Denizen from
Would ,you rather on of Deep "

10 cent. less Sewerage Matter Journal's Description{ '.' W 1 '

pay for an.'ordinaryreadymade -- T- Commencing THURSDAY MORNING at 9 o'clock. fa r I IPositiereAy
I A conference between' the members Some. time since The Journal pub- : <
?- of,the city., ,council .and the.Board: of' lished an article relative to a peculiar ,
t Bond Trustees, ;'was: held yesterday at'I, fish that had teen'captured by the ...... ... fU"
Than buy at a commonsense I noon, but no ,definite action was tafc l crew of the smack Minerva, of the .
I en, or was expected, !I fleet of Saunders &,Co. The fish,was the Greatest Bargains Ever Offered in Hi
our I
j The, meeting wa'smerely; a;, consul a curiosity at this port and there was, .j.
Stein-Bloch, Smart tation.. The Board'of" Bond Trusteesdesiretoobtain'iheoplnfan considerable speculation as to the, .
of each: species to which'it belonged. The following Pensacola. ..
Clothes. that., ;;mss- 'ofthe.'cohaclimen'' on the sewerage letter, from W, S. ,Dickinson, /- TIB'
,bids;'which,have tten ii hand for a well known taxidermist and ,curio
ter-made. and'right. s mi' .tinie' There- ,were',Ii;good many dealer of Miami, gives some interest .," : '/' : S SH ,JI 1 ,
dear through, .will of the. aldermen ,!In attendance and. ing information relative to the mat
: they expressed, themselves, upon the ter: :
Whatclo think of these with the
wear and, ,fit and advantages or disadvantages :of the i Editor Pensacola-Journal: you compared millinery store :r
five bids. It is understood,,that all of I,saw a notice of a curiosity in the !
give you,style? the 'bids omei: ln ,the amount 'set shape of a fish caught toy the crew of I

other aside for important this purpose matters, ,but which there the are the fishing& Co.'s smack fleet. Minerva of Saunders "., prices asked for the same goods elsewhere. f i

-t- 'board*desired discussed. I' am taking the liberty oftelling ,-. .. N '
Now that:the:sense of the various you, what it ,Is. It is pretty well described -, .. f
councilmen!) has been secured, the and I recognize it at once. Jt u,

=_ ,Bond'a Trustees report,which, will,,proceed in all probability formulate India is found Islands found as all far throtfgh north the'as West'Key fifffi 300 Ladies' and Misses' Ready-to-Wear Hats, worth Best 50c Lace Lisle Hose. black or white, on' m'

V 1 will' be submitted, to' the council at West, so of course you have. established $1,25 to 52,50 each, on sale at 9 o'clock QQn/ sale at dock forLadies' ------_--------------- 33c m
regular meeting tonight. is expected a more northern record.
that ,this will I ho Thursday morning for------------ ------ -UUU
report recommend The fish is known here as the ? N
the acceptance of one., of the fish, the scientific name being lacno- $5 White Linen Suits on sa I ea'

bids. lamug maximus. It is generally abundant : 50c end.69c Lace Braid Hats, in full colors, to o'clock Thursday for__________________ SI.95 1 9 tU
on reefs and rocks. When first -go at 9Vclock for I Dc W:
.1 -------- --------------
White Barber ShopThe CHANCE caught it is of a brick red color and >>I Ladies' 90c White Lawn Waists I lace 11ft
THE or ,
sometimes weighs as much Tw -'20 em _
: N Men $3.90 No-Name Felt Hats in black 3 9
pounds. The Cuban name is El Cap 9 Q broidery trimmed I at 9 o'clock for________ i eN
white barbers, formerly of. 35 ,
MANAGEMENT Han. tv brown or gray, at 9 o'clock._,___________ QC &
S Palafox St., are now located at No. ,
Union.S E. Government St., next to Western W. S: DI' K1NSON'! 91 10 yardsFinest_ 12..!l-2c: Bleached. Berkely 7Q" 40c(nt Genuine Jap Matting Rugs to close out ln r Su '

OF THE PENSACOLA: IRON WORKS' tu amen w eacn cuswmer xor _________ I U U AVa ------------------------------------ I V u r11:

FINE COTTRELL PHOTOGRAPHS., AND SUPPLY CO.;-PHILIP 'I BRENT I m One lot, of 8 and lOc Embroidery Headings and 2c! Best $1,0010-4 White Bed Spreads on sale at JJQn N'

Pensacola, Fla.' WJTTM'AN' RETIRES.- N Torchon Laces on sale at 9 o'clockr_____ 9 o'clock Thursday for________________.,_ Uuu fU'
WATCHES- AND ----.o CUT GLASS---- Special' to The Journal., m 5 and 18c !!Printed Lawns and Batistes, choice C $139 Full 10-4 White Bed Spreads to go at 9 tu N,

Something Swell in Gold Jewelry.W. Philip WJttman of the. wbj Pensacola, since the Iron organization 'i welcomed(Brent, June!fey-all; 12.-A Saturday nice .afternoon.rain was' N styles in Mill-Ends, to go, per yard, for----- gu o'clock for________________-____________ 98C 9 8 ru j
A. Gahlenbeck, 21& S. Palafoi SL : Every one seemed-to enjoy the bas- N
Works and.Supply.Company, has been Remnants of White and Colored Wash Goods to go tu
- its general manager, has sold his ket picnic and ,ice ream, : supper from Fri- regardless of cost. Best lOc Ink Tablets to go at __________________5c ro.
TURTON 4. BELL. day. Quite a crow! attended
share in and retired,from, the busi
the i iSi
Kodak PHOTOGRAPHERS Supplies. Finishing SINCE lor 1870.Amateurs. ness.When This it was occurred a announced;Saturday that night'the i Mr.'surroundingcountry.S. W. Rlddlehover, of Milton, SI.25Palmer Hammocks on sale Thursday at "7 Cft Best 5c Ink Tablets to go at________ ______3 1-2c

general manager of the plant had de- was over risiting his parents Sunday. 90'clock for I DC
cided to restgn to embark in other Miss Inez Herririgton left Wednesday Rl ---------------------------' 36.inch. Messaline Taffeta Silk, in black and colors,

R. K. WHITE, business, the employees expressed morning for Sneads on an extended 25c Embroidery Cloth Dresser Scarfs at 9 best $1.00 quality on sale Thursday morning
Watchmaker! Manufacturing Jeweler,and Graduate visit to relatives.
(ptiolan,30 S,Paiafox Street.Pentacala. Fla.Tersely general regret, and to show their. Miss Dollie Berry, of Century, arrived -w "' o'clock for IDe- at 9 o'clock for--_--- -_--------_----- (65c J
friendship and feeling will -- --- -
of good pre ------------------ -- --- ,
Friday evening a vist to her
sented him with a fine Panama hatThe
'presentation apeech'was made by aunt Mrs.and Henderson grandfather.and children, of 10, yards Standard 61.2c Calicoes, or Apron Q p I 59c Wash Jap Silks, in dainty hair stripes and Q 0 n

ToldTax words Ellis Frater told of, who how:,in the a, fe-w boys well regretted chosen'Pensacola, came out Saturday morning tV Ginghams to each customer for------1---- UUU I checks, new styles, at 9 o'clock, only____ -- UUU
on a visit to Mr.. I. E. Allen, re
parting with him.
Assessor Dan' Rellly has returned Mr. Wittman responded feelingly turning Sunday afternoon. ,,
from Asheville, N. C. when he the 'Mrs. A. C. Berry went in to visit :
accepted gift and assured
A. McD. Moyer and Capt. Broaatoent: the donors of his appreciation. .}i:'her Pensacola.daughter, Mrs. Frank Berry* of Our Entire Stock of White Goods Marked DownFor
spent Sunday in Mobile. The stock of Mr. Wittman in the
Master John rufU
Berry returned home
,Dr. W. S, Hall has returned from foundry has been bought 'by E. E. Sunday evening. '
Birmingham and other Alabama Crabtree, who has'assumed the general Miss M. M. Ray,'who has been visiting This Sale.
management of the business: takin'g -
points. ,friends here for the past week,
charge Monday: : morning. Mr.
Mr and Mrs. Geo. 0. Journey, ofNew Crabtree will be remembered by Pen-' left for her home in Century yester- ( / ,
Orleans, are among the many 1 I f sacolians as chief engineer of the, day. ifi ffl
visitors in the c'ty.: Mr. Journey Is steamer Pensacola, which position he. Mr. and Mrs. MoKee and daughter Hundreds of Other Bargains in Every Department.
connected with the steamboat held for years.. More recently he has' attended,memorial services in the city
tion service. incpec-I been connected with the contractingifirm Sunday. '
| Mrs. Albert Clopton and baby'
The Journal is informed that of James Stewart & Co., builders! in were (0i 4tXfi
visiting Pensacola
taking itinerant photographs photographers: and are representing in the city I([ of leans.the Stuyvescant He has many docks friends at New Jn the Or-i,!I from'Miss the Susie city. Terry returned Sunday. Friday. Compare the above prices to the so-called bargain sales and

city who welcome his return.
themselves: as being in'the employ of Mrs. Albert Gonzalez was visiting
this; pap?r. If such representationsare in the city Sunday.
being made, they are false, as The :"A protracted meeting will be held i follow the crowd to The Busy Store. N
Journal has employed no one in that here (Friday night at the M. E. church.
capacm [I OLIVESpecial I ((8 ? <<
Geo W Clutter has returned to the What Dewey Wa Sorry For.
city' after a trip of two months dura Professor John A. De Camp of Williams Valuable Souvenirs Will Be Given Away J
\lion through West Florida. air. Clut- college, now principal of the Wit ,
ter reports that the territory through to The Journal., liamstown High school, when a studentat '
which he passed was exceptionally Olive, June J2.-:We have the sum college roomed in the house of a ( to the first twenty purchasers of $2 or over after the gong strikes 9 o'clock.ffi m

prosperous and that he did a good bus- mer local showers now. lady who had a, very bright little boy .
oe-s while an ay. Mr. John Gates, a prominent: Ferry about two years old whose name was PJ <

A !narty composed of Willie:: Vo- Pass merchant,.has bought out,Air. 1.1| Dewey. He had Just learned to talk, ru .
camp, Charlie 'Mertens, Chas. Licati, L. 'Boley's interest in the Rutherford I; and Mr. De Camp was very fond of ruy
Chris. aiertens, Herman Mertens and & Boley Lumber Co.: Jt will be hereof
several( others left Monday morning after known as the.Gates & Ruther-1 him.One day when ,Mr. De Camp was Hm Lannon" COm ruaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaoasaaaaaaaaaagaaaaaBaaaaaaa
on a cruise up the sound. It is the I ford Lumber Co. ney'expect to enlarge ,teasing him be shocked his mother,\by IT. u
intention of the party to put in a weekor the mill and begin work in earnest saying, "Keep your old mouth.8hutl"She .

so fishing at various places, and ..,... t}[ took him aside, and told him he
Mr. ""Morris Creighton Is much bet. [U
they will 'so as far as the Choctawhatchee friends:1We ,: must apologize to, Mr. De Camp and
ter to the delight of his.Ulany :
are pleased to note also that say he was ,very sorry he said such a
W J Kilduff, of Mobile, secretaryof Mrs. E. B. Williams t slowly con- naughty thing. .
the Gulf [ That night-Mr De had
Coast Lumbermen's Association valescing.Mr. Camp company
was in the city yesterday R. :M. Merritt, the.efficient man- in his room, .when the patter of I BIG GALVESTON I of shoal water separates the city from SAFES I SAFES SAFES! SAFES!
shaking hands with! his.:; many friends.,,ager and postal clerk, is uP'a'gain aftera Dewey's feet 'was' heard in the halt PRETTY YACHT the mainland. This water is spanned ,
David: R. Diialap, connected with I very seere'attack tonsilitis. Then a sad little voice in the doorway bj the single, long brfdge, which Buy Diebold Safes

the Alabama :ton :Works of :Mobile, A large crowd is anticipating a good sAId! "I's sorry." WAS IN PORTTHE BRIDGE BURKED burned. Scarritt Moreno, Agent
is in the city on a,short visit. old time on ,the bay thjs, evening and "Why, what are you sorry for,-Dewo I'

Jcio. Collins who went to E1 Paso tonight. A fish fry,i is the occasion. e-yt" Mr.,De Camp asked. -. I
recently has returned to the city, the Ts sorry," said Dewey, "that yore .
cHmate not having benefitted him any. health. don't keep your old mouth'shut.."- BOSSO'SIce
ly recovered his Mr.' Collins
Mr Collins it is very'hot and Boston Herald. WORLD BY DESTRUCTION OF
says dry will now remain .in Pensacola, I UNBAR OF NEW ORLEANS, ,
out there and that the altitude is soUgh 1 I
that one with weak lungs has Will Ewing returned ,'Friday night Without, a Hitch HERE ON A CRUISE. ,STRUCTURE.By Special to The Journal. I Cream Factory
difficulty in breathing. He Chas. from college at AUburn. I
says "You say thff-weddldg went off.without Aycock, June .-Mr. H. V. Blair
LeBaron is doing'well in El Paso, hast can furnish you cream in
toe business and is enjoying good It pays to insist on having Blue Ribbon a hitch? Associated PressSt. I and Miss Maggie; Cox were quietly! any quantity. Satisfaction
"Yes. The fellow ,who was to b* The handsome pleasure yacht Olga, at the residence of the bride'sparents.
bealth. and Vanilla: Absolutely : married
W. Lemon
; O. H. Sheppard is also Louis, Mo.,. June 12.-A special
getting twice,is 'bitched' didn't show up.-Jnte. of the Southern Yacht Club, and owned .
along nicely, having complete-, pure.Goes fV' to "Post-Dispatch: from Houston indulged in a scrap in I PHONE 1326
by Geo.H. Ihrabar,.of New Orleans, Texas says about 1,000 feet of the Two negroes
the quarters Sunday night. wr.scut I SAM BOSSO. Prop.
l put into port )yesterday morning for bridge' over a mil, long; which mainland connects about the face and neck so that it I
island with the -
f#a .. -. .. ,fPianos supplies, being on 'a cruise in gulf o burned Galveston this morning, completely required The Aj sixty cock stitches Bros. Lumber to sew Co him, has up! .....,.. -
waters.: from all connec- t

Touch Volume and Finish moored The beautiful alongside pleasure of Palafox craft, which wharf j I.,tion isolating with Galveston the outside world except by their just bought,logging another road. locomotive.: for New Machinery
Our in Tone '
I Excel 1 soon attracted the attention of many. boat.Galveston is built on an island in. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Gllespie.: of y
of Mr. and Mrs.
19 Chipley were guests Expert help, best scap best
She is 'a craft 80 feet 'n length the Gulf of Mexico, and a long stretchNOrCE
These are four-of the I leading features ,of a piano. Everyone of them foot'beam and draws about 4 feet of Ed. Aycock Sunday. starch and oceans of pure,cjear
water make the garments we
water, having a speed of ten miles an
f possess these features, to the highest: 1 Pont? -of perfection, IN BUYING A I .hour. launder white as snow. Great
vessel Is constructed with a care is exercised at every step
The r ,
,PIANO buy here for view comfort and convenience, and I MUSCOCEE i throughout the process of laundering
M and just enough starch
her cabin and every portion: of

9&n WE MAKE IT EASY TO BUY, EASY TO PAY, !I interior ize! gives is plenty fitted of up room luxuriantly.and she Her can State andCountyTsx used to make stiff. the You'll garment be pleased comfortably t

\ In addition to the excelling qualities possessed by each one of our accommodate eight or,ten passengersand Payers.' Special 1 to The JOurnal ; jour and linens thoroughly if they satisfied are laundered with-

pianos. Attend our daily phonographconcerts.. Sheet music at half On the(board crew.is the owner and a partyof I will commence June 20th 1Iusc<>gee, June 12.-Robert Kett-, here. Let us cal for your-
rell has nice cotton of about
Bm publishers prices. A few second hand pianos, at almost any old price friends, who are out on a pleasure to make up my list for publication six acres a budding to bloom.crop parcel. .I
cruise. From Pensacola they went ,
of all unpaid taxes Mrs. Amonda Smith, 'or BagdaJ, The Star Steam
where they intend spend-
East pass
you wish to = real spent last week with her sister, Mrs.'
! pay. ing several days fishing' and will afterwards -the year 1905 on estate. Armistead.
* visit other points in this ., and Laundry.
Oldest 114-116 S. Pal fox Sf. Pay your taxes at once :Miss Vivian White was the guest of :
0 and Largest section where fishing is good.
I:1 Music House Clutter Music 'House Phon,15 'Mr.. Dunbar is a member of the firm save the cost of 'advertising.J. Mr. Samuel Pittmond Sunday.All 37 E- Sarflen St Phone 114. J 1
:J Florida Geo. H. ''Dunbar & Co., who conduct S. ROBERTS the boys and girls' of Muscogeeare Paniacola Fla. .
B. E. CLUTTER See. ..fMtff of- J J. .
.. GEO. W. C. CLUTTER, Tr .. of the largest. canning fac- hoping to have a grand picnic at :
.,'*/>-+...'.one ia tha south. State and. County-Tax Collector the Buckeye field the..4th of July. "'" J-I :;



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lIbe': Jtna ola lonfna! .:, of present construction thiaproviso time, plans, 'as ofthe'it to will'will Congress ship'not be!for be to before a possible debt considerable next the to BIG11 &IHARF F coEiNTY BOARD-E TUG COVEfl-TED'" [ [ i' Remington-The 1508 Model --

session.. At leastyear: wiH-thercfo/e

Iu1JlJ1nr DAILY.W WEEKLY.1 X.. SUNDAY.JflF 1 if U ,, the elapse British before battleship trida :are; solicited Dreadnangiit! and IN REGULAR[ R RC'onsidei INTO O DREDGE[ Sholeswith

i' PUBLISHED EVERY sis win other be'In active British, .service battleships; and at'of least the DISCOVERED O [ [ I its new billing attachment

same dimensions, if not larger thanthe and instantly interchangeable car_

t ...8Y... before Dreadnaught work. on will our have ship been will started have: riages ribbon,movement tabulator, is and the two most- color_

: THE JOURNAL COMPANY.. I. rob been the commenced.provision for Such the a great delay Bhipbt would IN FLAMES[ MEETING[[ BOAT.O plete combined cum

.. all the which expect I Billing andSorrespondenoa
1.J--LrJvLr LUUU ''$ 4 r r5 L_ advantages were : ....
I ed to be derived from prompt %uthort ,
FRANK L MAYES, President and Cancel. ManMger.u..Jvuuw.wuJw t ization and construction. "
.r uujwuuw The Senate made provision! for a dry file' Routine llusi Has Been Fitted With
:. jrr nJt -- I j I dock at Pensacola, Fla.. 'an-d for. another quick Work! orrPari of f Watchman r ess TheTidget t machine manufactured. Designed

MEMBER THE ASSOCIATE PRESS. dock to Jbe, located on as it was for fast service, built
floating Philips Saved Transacted Ses" for
and Others Regular 40 Horsedower Pumping Engine hard
: W 1 WUW.ftttfl.JW WLA rw the Atlantic coaSt. Provision was alpo use, recommended by experts
made fop the equalization of the salaries and guaranteed against wear, u 1S
: SUBSCRIPTION, RATES., of certain staff officers: and .for -" Structure. sion last Night.The and 12-ln.: ,Suction Pipe. offered as the idulTypewriter

One Year..................$5 M Ono Month........ ......'.. f5 the abolition of ,the 15. per cent 13dnction r
'- Six Months............... 2 50 One Week................ 10 on shore pay: of'naval officers For the second U n'e within a month I 'board if' county commis'slbners :The tug Fidget which for years w

Three Months..... ....... 1 25 Weekly Edition, per year..Jl M compared with sea pay:, Another important the, bg: Muscogee wharf was discovered : -,I met in :regular. session last night and been used as a towboat by the Brent

jrjj -u-- n-- provision was the authorization in a blaze last night. It was about 8 transacted considerable routine bust Mill Company, has been purchased by for producing the most good work i in
of a coisider b.e sum for the the shortest time with
o'clock 'b'ut action! the the least effort
and for prompt Frank Taylor and converted into adredgjj
The Only Peaaacola Which Detailed ammunition ness -aithough but little of importanceme
Newspaper From a purchase: of reserve guns and wharf Write today for full
damagedor description.
I would/ have been badly : beat Tae deal as to the change
:- Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. forth, th so necessity graphically for in which a recent was let set destroyed. No, alarm was turnedin before the body. Chairman L or ownership occurred only a few days Local unoccupied Agents territory.wanted for

for the fire department. Avery, pres-ded, and there were present
ter of the Bureau of:
in-.n-u "www trom. the Chief ago.The
Ordnance the DepartmentIn The fire was about' in the middleof Commissioners Sennott, Steward, tug boat has been lying alongside THE ARITHMOCRAPH CO.

: Offices 108 and 110 East Papers on Saleon Trains' connection to with Navy the plans for the the wharf where the flooring: and : Andrews and Wiggins. of Baylen'street wharf for several MajestiC Bldg., ChIcagoJACKSONVILLE.

Government. Phone38.L'' I" big battleship it is worth noticing that several of ths. stringers were burn-:I The, finance committee reported a days' now, 'wher4 the big pumplr.;?
and 'at all News Stands. the Navy. Dpartment has: recently ing rapidly, ""being fanned by a strong!,. number' of bills approved and they cnsin* I is: being'installed as well l as thesztion

r Wj i ... l--' .L 4> _... __ ,...,...... adopted the customVofrequesting: prospective : breeze, when discovered: by Nf ht were 'ordered paid. The bill'of County E 'pps and' other machinery: FLA.
bidders for warships to .consider Foreman Philips. The latter immediately -Solicitor: Loft".n: for criminal. convictions necessary .for the operation of a suc- 204 West Bay Street,

FENSAOOLIA, FLORIDA, WEDN : MORNING, JUNE 13, 1906 plans confidential and accord- gave the alarm, an* with the was referred to'' the county solicitor tion dredge. The stern of the boat .
; ingly the details are not made public, wharf force began fighting the flames, for iav8stigatonl: :: has been remodel somewhat and the =
using buckets and the hose kept. on moton directing tig suction pipe, ten inches In diameter
as was formerly the rule. This.is undoubtedly A 'was made and passed
How the Eight Hour Bill district called' a primary., Two of the in imitation of the prjctice the wharf'for this purpose. i the attorney to institute! suit leads out from the rear. The discharge Milling Outfit

committe men-a majority: decided;\: followed abroad and the rule reiently Although the fight was a hard one i against:. former county commissioner Jon ; will be from the sid of the
Came to Be Reported that one of the committeemen- had not, adopted by the British Admiralty in for a few moments' "the flames were account of accounts: overdrawn vessel. The pumping engine Is of forty

The last issue of Mr. Bryan's Commoner been properly'elected two years be the case of th.; Dreadnaught.' It is not: allowed to spread 'after the force while serving as county 'commission horsejpowier and makes 450 revolutions -
fore. They"filled his place with a contestant I not appafeofihat the proposed rule of was organized,, and with'.n a short ers. per minute, thus giving the .
tells how the eight hour bill and then selected two more secrecy serves any 'good purpose, as time had been extinguished., J. C. Van Pe.lt.was: awarded the contract dreigs: a capacity for dong! a large for Sale
happened to be reported by the present committeemen to fill the place of thoseabout'whom ships building at private yards ire It is believed that the fire originated -: : for furnishing groceries for the i amount of work.

republican committee'on labor as there had been any con open to inspection by the public, and! from,, coals dropping from one of county farm. Mr. Taylor has already contracted:
test, and this hastily .aM .irregularly the switch! engines. to' do a large amount of dredging for
',follows: the experience" with--Dreadnaugh t A road "petition! in. district No. 5 was 5
Despite the efforts of the republican formed committee called- mass meet: proves that even in government dock- referred .to Commissioner Steward. A the.1 Florida and Alabama Land Co.. Cheap
ings to name a candidate congress.Thus' it 'maintain ab-- 'Tle Quor seen,'." near their mills oa' the bayou, which
maJority of the house committee on yards is impossible to ; road petition. askln'g for a change lathe I .-
1 labor the eight-hour bill has been If.- we had two Democratic' candidates r splute secrecy1 i Syracuse calls iVseJf) the capital of the public toad nfcar Century and I II were formerly the Brent mills. A

I vorably reported for passage and it is for congress, Patterson, nominated The immense sum to b? eipended'onthe south but itv bar no-'clluse'to' dispute Fiomaton -wi13'gianted and .W; H. channel 4% .festind'epth will be

/twlieved on all sides that it will pass in the primary called by the Navy during the next fiscal year pride of place Wjth"Pilt lernjo.} The metropolitan Mitchell, "W. W. 'Bacon and Will Brown I dredged from the logging boom to Consisting of two portable boilers an,

,; the house.* The representatives of the Democratic committee and Carmack, affords some ground for the growing city" Is"1 superior to population were appointed! a committee 'to look deepwater.. There will also be considerable engines one of 25 h. p.. the other l 16 i
nominated in meetings called
labor organizations of the country sort of self-appointed mass committee., bya : demand that expenditures on the! wealth and much'else, but it is deficient Into the e matter of opening' the same. dredging done about the;, p.; two sawmills; combination pa.-

have.been struggling; for many monthsto We accepted Patterson the Army and Navy"should"b"e: mbr moderate -: in what Its ancient and glorious The notary public bonds of Wt' C. wharves! of the 'company. er, matcher and edger.
as regularnominee -
Several.other mills
this bill out of committee but and that more economical ''Roberts and Geo. T. Morgan, in. the parties who own
get rival has In such'abundance.. For 80 ACRES OF FINE TIMBER.
and Mr. Bryan accepted Cai methods of admimistration! should be Syracuse and wharves are desirous of having
the republican majority frustrated sum of $500 each were approved.
them. On May 29 the committee was mack; We thought at the time that resorted to. This. demand.may not: has the supreme' charm of Greecein Applications for appointment to the dredging done, and Mr. TayJor anticipates This is not old, worn out junk ball .:
Mr. Bryan should have held hands off r a way that no other city Athens that is in good and ,
In session listening to an argument bear fruit for some years, but it is except office of fish and game warden were the new dredge will be kept repair do ; ti.e
but he came to Memphis and spoke has. Net even 1 in Corinth for time Al- work. Located one mils from .
I presenter' by ex-Representative Paysonof certain to do so eventually, and it nowhere I received from'Ike Denman, Gus Soder-: busy som .to come. Ch
St Louis. Tha majority members for Carmack. would be wise for the naval serviee toprepare : in Hellas from"Messana or Sparta in Und, A. W. Fillingim, John Gates and I though towing is not. contemplated by ley Fla.
-That waa our only difference with the south the it will not be Interfer For further
to. in owner particulars write
bad grown a little careless and as a now to meet thechanged con Thebes the north, is Wta. J. Sennott, together with a petition -
result only three. republicans were him. Subsequently' when we found ditlons of a few,years hence! .. there any Hellenic town to compare asking for the creation of the of with by the changes that have i been,
that Carmack had made good made and by hoisting the suction
a representative with "the pipe
present. Three democrats were present queen of/Sicily. AS a sanctuary fice. The matter was referred to At CODRTWRIGHTFA&ARFF
we Initiated a movement to the tug can easily take a tow of tim-
Representative Hearst memo Delphi is. far Reese.Commissioners.
a more impressive; torney
ber of the commute?, ;who was send him to- the sena%.. We fought than anything in Sfclly, as a national Sennott and An ber. &
his "battles all through the contest and I I
thought to be in San Francisco, suddenly had the satisfaction of seeing him meeting place Olympia has no rival. drews were appointed a committee: t-) '
walked into the committee. sentto" but nowhere look into the matter' of maintaining award Had a Better Start.
; except at Athens la .
the sen te. In 'the recent senator JI .._ ...
'room. That made a quorum' with tat fight we remained neutral, feelin'g Greek city to be Seen t dayhichha; .in .a hosPital to be establishedby It ia difficult to get Daddy Nixon, U
three republicans and four democrats. the .
that both the aspirants the proud record of,th -'marvelous the village centenariac: to view lifewith
Fla. P. .
Teent Immediately1: Representative i i'Hunt were good me- The bill of Walter Everett for services Chipley, 0. Box 3()
Democrats and had right to To The Journal. tropolis of the seriousness
of Missouri, democrat moved a aspireto SldliarijGreeks, a city as harbor police was J laid over the would
that the committee go into executive the position.But Caryvffle, June 12.-Miss Gussie as great in power and wealth and and the clerk was instructed to notify appear to be natural to a man of his -

session.. This the committee did and to return to our mutton. Mr. Miller of DeFuniak Springs ,has been beauty as Athena" 'herself, and victorat him that the matter was in the supreme age. But a-really.earnest man never Charcoal

immediately th& bill was favorably re Bryan.fitted was; for in,his the early presidency.days: not He exactly visiting friends and relatives in Cary- which last In the l6lig-and",fatal rivalry 'court: and that no action would despairs, and Mr. Sleeker is a really !- !
ported. Representative Gamnes, of indirectly !Jayojved the be taken.
Massachusetts, was the only republican -lacked poise and he was a man of one vile forthe past 'week MissGus'sieis 1 of the Hellenistic don4nion of passing all The matter of the government l earnest man.; Hepays a visit 4
member voting for a favorable report idea. He' did not altogether conform a charming young lady, and from lands washed by ;ihe Ionian and Mediterranean ; 'bridge over Big Bayou will be referred daddy every Christmas mornin -., We have just received a

on the bill. This is tho bill which with our conception of what a president all appearances several young gentlei s as.-Century. to Senator Mallory for the purpose of and just as he was concluding his very fine stock and will deliver -
should be W men in CaryviUe.think so too.
President Gompers of 'the American % always doubted having, same repaired.Qmmtssoners call on the last occasion he took the
whether' he :Among the "busy""people in orders in
the .
was proper man for many i.- promptly any
Federation of Labor has long sought ; Wiggins and
enoit -
to make
to secure a favorable report upon, but the place at that,time. Caryville is Fred Harcus,.and his estimable Barefooted Waiting Maids ID Japa.. n were appointed a committee to opportunity another at. amount.
Mr. Roosevelt however wife who have charge of the Unless there arei-ladies: tempt.
has paved among the '
his efforts have' been foiled by the ;rt I investigate the road on ,the east side
publican majority. the'way-for Bryan. He has made the Caryville hotel witlna' big house,lull guests the wife afid-daughters of the of 'the.'Baars'property connecting with "Now, daddy," he commenced, Telephone 363.

i kind of' president we thought Bryan of regular boarders. The spacious host do not appear.at dinner hi Japan. the Ferry Pass road and report whether "probably you will not live ,to see
If would make; but he has made a radI- new dining room just completed is Before the meal beglns'it Is '
It is doubtful Pensacola has ever customary or not it should be declared a public another hundred years"- SEWELLWoodand
president now in working order and with several:
Even northern for them
to small
entered upon a summer season wth papers: bring cups of tea road. "Well mon/' the old
this'-hotel interrupted
addition is,
friendly to Roosevelt declare that he new uptodatein and i
brighter business prospects than she I has ignored the constitution, that he i every respect take dainty their confectionery of the when' they The board then adjourned.A fellow testily, "we.dinna ken the future Coal CompanyDo

laB this year. Every class of labor is has exceeded its limits and that he The Geo. E. Wood Lumber.Co.; : .is tlemen only'are survey fresent.the party.Japanese If gen I I but one. thing kin-I hae begun .

fully employed and in many of thetrade has been entlrey] too much of a-busy- still making substantial improvements hostess disappears affe AtograpUe Warntn.. my second hoonderd

there is a shortage of men body.:. In spite,too, of his pronounced in Caryvilte. Several new. buildings Is 'over and' does. jiot'r'efurri'until the greeting The following story of a young lady muckle stronger, and heartier years than
opposition to the trusts, he has helped for the use of mill hands will so.n be the living in the country who came to
'which cannot be supplied. This is going to prevent their prosecution, while his completed. In addition to the exten- guests are taking-,heir departure. At London to be 'photographed Is told by 1 did my first7 You Want The

to be the banner year in the city's; party has demonstrated that It is sive improvements at the.big mill and a signal from thepost' barefooted wait M. A. P. and vouched for by a well And Mr. Sleeker had to admit

llstory.Chanoelior. swayed by corporate influence. planer the railroad from Westville is 'ing maids, dressed in graceful and prettily known London photographer. After that it was even ro.-Exchan .
We need progressing toward Darlington in the tinted kimonos, bring in ,
president of the United lacquer some days the lady, Miss B.,
Day, of Syracuse Univer. States a man who will not cater to direction of Florala Alabama The tray, bearing tiny covered bowls. Before informed 'the photograph was not Lyman's Annuity.

,Elty, thinks all of these investigations (corporate'\. wealth. In the last few shipments of lumber of this company setting the trays on the table the success, .and another sitting was a Yankee land is conservative even BEST

in:the meat industry, the insurance :years has Mr,-Bryan has mellowed. He three during million the month feet.andfor of May the was present nearly maids sink gracefully to their knees gested. 'T 1ls she agreed to, but again sug to perpetuating its traditional traits.
dropped some of his fads. 'He and bend forward till their
business, the railroad rate 'question, has come out for ,individualism, while month is ercsedilnly: : l8l ge. The fast isis touch the floor.--Then, foreheads dinner was informed that the photograph wasa Here is the latest example of

and trusts matters generally,is all uncalled Roosevelt has. been drifting toward that Caryville and the surrounding which is of several they serve failure.. There was a third sitting. shrewdness in Lyman Jennings of

L for. You couldn't expect much I socialism. He has grown conservative -I country is more prosperous than for Smith's Weekly. courses.- In two ,days' time she received an Athol, who gave the town $9,000 on
while i many'years, on accountof_ the.regular urgent- letter from the
else'from a man who is supported Roosevelt has joined the photographer condition of receiving from the Fishing TackleTennis.
camp of the radicals. cash payments made by: this.company 'f asking her to come up to his studio
chiefly by ths interests which! are being The government of the republic has to the large number of.men in the employment A Lively Piper Cutter. and to bring a friend with her. Miss town an annuity of $540. Up to

investigated.The been commercialized.'. fur. f......"........... both in Washington and Here is a littte/ torY which, the Eng- Br.went,- accompanied by her mother, date he has had $16,200 and is still
courts bow to the rich and- prosecute" Holmes county. lish papers tell aad any one is at lib; and was'shown the amazing results of hearty and with a prospect of get- Golf Baseball and At hi? c

presence of three cases of yellow the poor. They issue blanket injunctions The nomination of Hon. W. B. Las- erty to believe if he will No affidavits the three sittings. The pictures of the ting considerably: more. Boston Goods, the best Phonographs anti; i It'"
fever at the Ship Island quarantine against workIngmen, andthey: sitter of Vernon at the recent democratic go with it. When.Lord Dufferin was girl herself Glofce. Y ords tha best Dog Medicine tht> ::t'':
primary to were cjuite good, but in : Bicycles, the best Tires, tiu> t 0'> -t
would represent Washington of
viceroy India
station need cause no alarm. They drop dead if any one asked them jthe.maharajah of In- each plate there to be
to issue1 : county in the next legislatuie dor was seen stand- Typewriters, the best Lock aid K'
from Central America, and a blanket injunction' against paid him a visit and asked as a !
came zho lng' behind her the
capitalists. ,We must gives perfect satisfaction, not only to memento figure of aman Fitting best Trunk Repair.iig bf :
fact that they were detected and Immediately est 'government. We get must back cut.to hon democrats, but to a large majority of to Lord an Ivol'Y.:Dufferin.paper He cutter consented belonging holding adagger: in his uplifted hand. The Journal Printed r Gas La'mp.'and last, but not leas t"
out ,
quarantined insures th* gulf the plutocrats. We all factions, which will without qu.es the The features, though faint, were clear- best Roller Skates?

-: coast against harm and reflects crediton the prosecution of criminals must insist no mat on I tion insure his election in November. saw Indian him until left some, and months the -viceroy later never when' ly discernible, and Miss B. recognized During.May, 1&Q&, Why go to
ter how next. them as 'those of her fiancee
the quarantine officials. wealthy they may be. an officer
must have the laws uniformly We Crops in this locality'are exceedingly the maharajah introduced a fine young in the Indian army. The effect of this a Total of
, enforced I fine the elephant into the room. A pile of newspapers -
6t Andrews is advertising a bigFourth and the constitution observed. protracted-drought did not experience, was so great that after a I I FD DR'UCEPENSACOLA
There is hurt corn nor cotton ,when the farm lay at Lord Dufferin's side. The few
a general conviction days wrote out to India break
; of July celebration. As St. if Bryan were president that ery; did their work, well The outlookat animal'went up ito them, cut them ing off the engagement. I'iL.ul. I
instead 157,350COPIES
[Andrews never does things by halves fooling with foreign countries, he of present promises a largs yield of neatly with his Wsks, which had been FLORIDA
"- we imagine the celebration will be would compel the enforcement corn cotton and sweet potatoes purposely sharpened, and laid them in .
;- just as big and probably bigger than! laws at home. He would of the It Is currently' reported here that a neat heap on the floor, ready for perusal Napoleon Answered.
probably Lady Blessington did not
I have the Chipley and St. Andrews railroad! always
: the announcement calls for. I Joe Folk some of Missouri such attorney who general as I has been i built as far down' towards -*- meet with gratitude from some whose or an Average of GULF CITY COFFEE CO.
would make position at last enabled ,
the trust St Andrews as Wansau, a.pretty little Petroleum them to serve
;- Over In Jacksonville the bar rooms go to Jail.magnates If Mr. Bryan"observe win the law. or town about m/'JesJeast.of/ Vernon in A peculiar fact in respect to petro- her. She sheltered In her London home Roasters, Blenders and Shippers of
are compelled to close up according to obsolete fads and devote drop the the midst of a neighborhood of intel- leum is the difference of conditions Louis Napoleon after he had escaped 5:828:

'" law when a political primary is held. the monumental evils of himself to) ligent and progressive: farmers.: 'This under which that oil occurs in Russia from' his prison in Ham. After Louis .

In Pensacola they are permitted to runE make a president of the today Thomas, he Jefferson can L railroad when completed' will pass and America. In'the former it is found L :Napoleon became president of the Ay Fine CoffeesOUR

E wide open as on other days. class. If be Js nominated, he through one of -the'greatest pine In strata of the tertiary period usually French republic he seems to have COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL
forests in
Florida.in its. .
will have, the, cordial- support of this; is a fact WOrthy 'of 'mention virgin state.It that a formation resembling a quicksand: L turned the cold shoulder on Lady : The foilowing'fi'gures show The Pen GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL'

, During the warm wave that has just paper., along the line of. this jraUroad in this and at depths of only a few hundred I Blessington and Count D'Orsay when, I sacola: Journal's'circulation for cad! -
passed P.snEaccda showed to ''decid Washington feet. In our own country it occurs at!: they: approached In Paris. There day duringtbe.monthof May 1906.
up ( ) county thousands of with ,
ed advantage. It was about the coolest % **#*aw acres of fine pine' lands'hate been great depths In the older compact sandstones was a story going at the time, for the I t,I daily:the'avetage number of copies Legal Advertisements

r place from which the temperature I. 7? hidden for want of & means- of tnns and limestones of the carboniferous accuracy of which we certainly will May 1, 5,800
devonian : not vouch; but which in 5,800 In r'.
portatlon to market Now that the and Silurian periods appeared sev 2 Bscambia County Circuit f :
May ,
was reported. 5,800" May 18
: ,
, .-FOR THE NAVY. # road is an assU1ted.fact.the owners of The oil of, Russia, conSists of a clan I eral of the London papers. Shortly be- May 3, 5,900 ? May 19, 5,800 5,700 State of Florida. In Chancery. }jo,"

" TtNew Orleans,Picayune. *i this fine", land and;>:timber- will no of hydrocarbons known as naphthene, fore Lady Blesslngton's death she met,. May 4, '5,700''M y 20, 6,200 A. Kimball TS. Frank H. KimbalL B '
.HHH.'H" 'HH # longer be deprived'of ;an, opportunity belonging to the .benzine groups, while .so the story goes, the president driving May 5, 5,900 May 21, ... : -
.I to sell for Divorce. On Monday, the tith '
'$H H our American oil is mainly composed I In 'the Champs Elyse s. He stopped I May 6, 6,250 May 22, 5,700 [, ,,,
':I: FAVORS NOMINATION '$ -, ilit** '$ Vernon and Its merchants have just of paraffin. It Is to this difference I his carriage, she stopped hers, and they May 7, ..._ May 23, 5,850 of August, A. D., 1906, the defen :.:....
OF WILLXAM J. BRYAN completed an artesian well] -which we that the conversed for few 8, 5,800 : Frank H. Kimball is ; ,
, The United States Ssnate'has great variation between the a minutes. His May May 24, 5,750 required 'j> ,
; aI passed hear is in good working order. This ,
Memphis Commercial-Appeal the Naval Appropriation/ Bill, which little town has, madewonderful products from these oils is due, for, manner seemed .to her determinedlychilly. May 9, 5,600 May 25, 5,750 pear to the bill filed against him iin. >-
in II : while American oil yields a very large "Do you, stay long In Paris T May 105,600 May 26, 5300 .- This order to be published >
the for the
shape it
I has progress .past few.years, ,
emerged from the, being about of be asked he May 11,; 5,600May 27, 6,100 each week for eight ((8)) cons-1'
> :.. '" HI in the midst of Holmes : proportion Bay, 70 per cent, as was about to drive on.
upper house-provides. the expeaditur.a district where the -farmers' farming fail illuminating oil exactly suited for combustion No," she answered. "And your, May 12, 5,700, May 28, ..... weeks in The Pensacola Journ : i
of a little more than a hundred never May 13> 6,300 May 29, 5,750 'newspaper published in said E='a-.
The Commercial Appeal has always million "dollars,'or about three million I to make plenty with..'a .large:surplus in our ordinary, lamps, the Russian London.Spectator. May 14> ....;; May 30, 5300 County. A. .M. McMillan, Ckrh 4- ..'
been. a. Democratic paper but it has dollars than to sell. It can be safely said that' no oil produces far less of such ,oil I ... -, 15 '
more the House of Representatives May 5,800 May 31, 5300 cult Court. By L. G. Aymard, l>
? never tried to dictate nominations for voted to appropriate. The part of West Folrida has- a brighter and a larger proportion of high"class May 16, 5,800 Pensacola, Fla., May 22, 1906-
the Democratic party. In 1S96 ;Mr. future than the citizen of this town lubricating oil The Russian illuminating The Temple of Diana. ,
biB will
} .
now to ,.
go conference and as Total for the month .. .. (Seal) 23mayo.In "
1 Bryan was nominated, and this paper the additions made by tiis Senate are and its people in the adjacent: neighborhood oil also requires to be burned In-a, The most noted'fire which involvedthe 157,350

'gave,him ita hearty support as a reference of no considerable importancewith; up and-down the valley.: modified form of lamp, with a more burning of a single edifice was the ,- '::: Escambia County Circuit (', .- '

to our files will demonstrate. one exception it is probable that no perfect dra ,.tJj'Ordet'to: overcome Its destruction of the great temple of Diana Average per day., ..i ,. 5,828 Stats of FWri a. In. Chancery. -"'d',:
Some' of our country contemporarieshave very great amount of time will piss: t Cure For "Nagging" Woman. tendency to prod ce a smoky flame. at -Ephesus' in B. C. 356 on the Hugging 'vs. Edward Hoggin* ('Ii

contended that this paper was before the measure finally becomes 'Having advertised ,as, a widowerin night Alexander Great was born. i I: hereby certify; that the above' Monday, the 2nd day of July A '
opposed to him. As a matter of fact, law The main item that is calculated I search of The Te.t. The'fire- was kindled by Herostratus, statement is correct according: to the 1906, the defendant Edward Hu.3:
wife No. 2-
: we' accepted him as the nominee of to interest the conferees is the provision a. man of The Soulful Girl-What is the trne wtyo when apprehended confessed that: records on file 'in .this.office. is required to appear to the bill r.- ;

the party and did what" we could to for 'a mammoth battleship.. The St. Gall Switzerland,, showed the test of poetry? The Poet-Well if one his only desire was to transmit his; :? against him herein. This order" "
insure his success. Senate has fifty replies andphotogra'phs which :/ each week for ,, .:
practically adopted the can get a poem accepted that is, writ name tofurther ages. He was put to publahed once -
., On only one point did we take issue provision' the House for this slip! he had received to his wife, and, ten on both sides of the paper he may! death with exquisite and prolonged consecutive week in the Pens

. with him.. and that: was his participation tut has added proviso" that the contract stating that if she-did: not want him rest assured that it is a good tiling; tortures, and the Ephesian senate commanded cu1atio Journal, a newspaper published '1
; here In the concessional" fight for the construction of the 4 aid' cambIa County. A. M. .C.
there were others who did he effectively that of death ,
on pain his pame'should ,
between Josiah Patterson B '
and E. W. be not-givenout until detailed plansof Millan, Clerk Circuit Court. >
. Carmack.Three .()ut. of. five .of the 'the: proposed ship be presented to cured her'of'hex: "nag Every man Is valued In this world as neverbe' pronounced, hoping Sworn to and" subscribed before' me G. Aymard, D. C., Pensacola, F...,

:;' I congressional committeemen in this, Congress for its approval Th.3 result ging hahits.":"'-Pefit Parisian.. fee shows by his conduct that be wishes: ,thus"to disappoint. his expectation... this Slsfday May, 1306. April 3ri1. 1906.
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: PEOPLE, and EVENTS & 1 ., 'Tte- v Best It'' What We Sell," [ .. N I : You May/Entertain I Ii

Seen, Heard. and Done. -Among- Those. \ Who Go, Come and | Cool. THE f W |i| Friends at Luncheon I ifl 5

Tarry vs Women and Society Here and Elsewhere. .
and :
[ On your gallery having all the cool breeze of the out-of- r
doors, and yet be unseen by those ,passing by If .
By E NnLlE BECK. Tal"' .. 669. have' It.

INFAREAT Refreshing, I. Visiting Delegates f 'Vudor Porch Shades J:I

RICHMOND MILLVIEW. 'Ioe Journal's Daily Fashion Feature.VI : y. M c i. They let all the air In, and keep out the sunhsine. You 4 :
The infare given at Millview! ,' Hall : ;'Juice' i i i may see oat and those on the outside cannot see In. k i .
in :Mtllview Saturday night In honor of Grape Splits r C Ci Put up ready for use 4

I \1; ,William H. Richmond' any'! his I ,
tride, was greatly enjoyed by:. all This is a fine drink sor the j |
present summer\ and very healthful ,too.. $3.50, $4.50 and $6,00 = r
They danced till a late hour, when "lOc bottle or..fl.OO dozen ADDRESS' OF

refreshment were served and the Lime Juice .. .... ..SOc bottle According to size. Call, and see them. ,
separated wishing the Juice..SOc '
merry part Welca Grape bottle I'
happy couple a long life of'continuoushcppinsi. Fruit Syrups (for
and properlty. ales) .. .i...30c bottle i RflAR&TON & QUIMA, fi
Beside- Mr. and Mrs. Richmond, Blackberry Brandy ..40c bottle BUSINESS.
those present were, Mr. and Mrs. H. 108/110 Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. |

C Lewis Mr. and Mrs. ,B...Pratt, Mr. MENCE THIS .1..............................................N4
and airs Poole, Rogers C.
Brown, Mrs. Biggs, Mr. John Rogers, O'CLOCK"I .
Mr. Oscar Rogers Mr. Fletcher, Mr. ROSENAU & GERELDS.The I .\-

John Quarier. (Mr. Fred Hsnrichs, Nearly all of the
Mr Wesley Fell, Mr. Sam Pursell Mr l conference jot the DRINK BOTTLEDDELICIOUS
Will Boyett, :Mr. Dan Fisher Mr,I lI Fancy Grocers, the Alabama and. .
Felix: [Brown, Mr Leon Milsted, Miss : II :ferences of the
Buena Pursell Miss Olivia MUsted.I'I Church .
Phone 391 Pensacola. ; South,
Miss- lizzie Fell, Miss Laby Reidick, J I :evening and this

Miss Rose Rogers, Miss Vessie Biggs. I sion of the League. ,
iliss Buena Pursell and Miss Olivia Gadsd>90, Street Y
Milted! Had the tenor of being choenby !, 1I Morning Watch will :." .. !
the bride to serve the refresh I i which will: be I 1 p"'' .
jaents. Marine Grocery Co. exercises at 9:59) f 1 '.'
-+- a i'1
at 10 a. m.: : ,.
MR. AND MRS. STONE GIVE A 604, 605: S, Palafox St. Last night the. REFRESHING 'I._ 'if;
ttil Phone 725. were entertained at .

COMING CELEBRATE OF AGE.SON JOE'S AEI t1 A J' rUf V. J. VIDAL, Manager. at tion the building Young Men's at : The Genuine has Trade Mark on cap and label J r '

Rogers, of the .
The following cards were received r (; We carry a full line of Imported andDomestic delivered-the addr
last week by the young men fden' ;. ? ; t ti' Groceries and Provisions. response being made BOTTLED EXCLUSIVELY BY. f

Cue read! : \ We. want your )Ir. and Airs P. Stone '
At Home.Pensacola program was '. Hygeia Bottling Works i

Florida. .
"' GUARDS' Words of .
17 North Palafox Street. 4'k Rogers. PHONE 587. 124 E. CHASE ST. ; :i
Eight thirty p. m. i iI Response-J,A, .' '.'1'i"w1"
The other read: .-':.,' TARGET PRACTICE Piano. Solo-(Mrs. "1.! J
1S85. 1906. .
a.din-g-\fiss: : ;
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Joe Stone. -, : .i(. ; Vocal Duet Mrs. ".
June 12th. Stag Party. ". : Shave Home ;
Barber's ii
Since then the recipients-not to ,, :* -x. OAPT.. W.., W. FUOURNOVS NEW Pebley.Reading--&iss A at .f{

mention "the girls," with whom Mr. COMPANY DOING GOOD WORK Vocal Solo-Mrs. Anybody can have, a barber's shave at home by using the GIL- ;'t1it.

Joe Stone is very popular-have been \ Reading=-Miss LhJllm. SAH7TY"' RAZOR. Spring steel blades that are al- r ..; ,:
wondering what was in store, and all ATTRACTIVE SUftFUICE WAIST. AT OHAtT: UQU'A TOWN. Violin Solo-A. ways ready.! No honing, no stropping, 24 razors, ia one.__Co1F- fi.;
combined to give the young man the Delicious' .f
time of his life. I ''Among the 'many waist models of when the chemisette is worn, and the in the cafe of the Y. plete for $5.00.. See them. 1'J"''f-1

And, though the young man himself -i I the season is the surplice crossing de- puff sleeve is cut off just below the SoecUl 'z to The JournaL during the evening. CO 'S :Book.s-tore. :K
; has looked forward to attaining murely over the bust, below the collarless turn of the elbow and finished with" a The program of
his majority, and to tea great celebration -'i peek: ,' or the chemisette and pretty lace of embroidery euff. Thisis DeFunia'k Springs, June 12.-Last as follows: Phone ?t5. 213 South Pmlfax Struut. PaataoalmiWfcWi r"It"f! '
which his parents have high collar of the same or different a splendid model for the -waist, of Saturday Company K., Florida State i Wednesday, ,I
promised him all his life on that occasion ., material from the waist, oftentimes a the dainty summer shirt-waist suit:of Troops (The OeFunlak Guards) had 6:00 a- m. Tha :!.
even he was surprised by the I J' fine eyelet embroidery; ,or allover lace. some fine lingerie material. When intended thek first targe .practice and the total] .Mrs.. Ht. T, Strout. L., \::::
splendor of the affair: I I'I When the low neck Ja worn.., the surplice tp be worn with the Chemisette score. at two an d?three hundred yards .i 9:30, Devc\ional /
The house was most Inviting the | fronts -pleated-in at the shoulder the sleeve is finished with' a, deep. cuff was as, follows: 1000.: _Business > #*### $-5. .t.r/fl.
decorations In the hall, where ten: are crossed a few'inches higher than which makes it.full length. WJ., W: Flournby; ; (captain).. .....64 1030.; .Devotional 1 DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY I ):i'l;
of i Geo. W. ; .
galons Ward..52
champagne punch were prepared and :
server:' throughout the night from a.., : I/. T. Cl veland..,.. . ..., 52 by gram First Vice ; CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSE | : !. :
big smilai and fern wreathed punchbowl were handsomely ]laid full ,length of I[ visiting his sister Mrs. Ed. 'itounds- Geo.- F. Carden:... ................ ..5A. Mechem- .t
was-aM in green. I. both the &uminer and;! winter dinln:1 ." 'W. Dannelly.; ....... .... ......46 11:30.: Address I \ STERLING SILVERWARE, ; fi0
Opening north from the hall a room|I room i. and simply groaned axon-I Glen Beach. 'i't..a .a..42 Moore; president OPTICAL GOODS
was handsomdy'and, fully fitted for I'weight I ot 'gOOd 'things, turkey; duck; -- -- Austin Downesi.x... .......,.......42 College. ART | 'r'i
the smoker. Alargs' table covered fresh, pickled and smoked tongue; \ Miss Stella Hyatt of Piedmont. Ala:, j. A. McKinno5(.t-..'.. ...,.-.. .41 >4:30.p.. m. We1t,4Ue"e CUT GLASSWARE. I
with a fine old. pink bordered damask: goose, chicken .chicken', and other arrived evening on a visit to her, C. Camptbell-; ,.ir. oi:...... .. ;.... .37 and Help-program i f.i J
cloth, a betrothal gift to !Irs. Stone, salads, imported '.guava and' .other jellies sister Mrs.. B. F. Bafche.I Geo.. E. Pierce- ..,.. ..... .. .. .. .,..31 "conducted by f't;
was supplied with every article that saked nuts olives. many handsome I Hurray Cawthon .,. ....... .. 30 aent: Miss Nellie G: i
could contribute to the enjoyment of cakes, many fruits and everything i Mrs. F. R. Wing and daughter Robert Wlnslett.,. ......,.. ....._.30 8:15 'p' m. Engraving and Fine Station ry.
a smoke-from corncob pipes raerchaam -I I else one jcouio'! .desire, not to Dorothy of Mobile are visiting .Mrs.P. D. 'T% GiDis. .., ......, .. ,,.... ,,...26 Work program' 1 ,
I mention six varieties of wine. G. Caro. -----
turklrsk' and domestic When It is considered, that only one conducted by. .
cigarettes imported cigars, to a Tb.3 tabte'lathe- summer dining or two of the b>ys have handled theJIltUt Intendent Miss )I. ::; ,
smaller table bearing cocktail decanter room was about forty feet long, and i; Ask for !Blue Ribbon Vanilla Ex- .ti.11fle, the score Is not tad. The Address by Rev. .I Mail, Orders Receive Prompt Attention. 'I E .
the flowers were pink and white roses tract. The kind that gives fleaserts ? .'
and glasses. next practice win:'be Thursday next, D. 'D.-"The Hope '
Here, the j and lilies thre -large, handsomely embroidered the "Blue Ribbon Flavor." ----- .
seventy- v young men In- Uth; and it Is expected that the whole Junior League.. K .t
vitetf! were ushered when they first arrived linen center pieces adding company' will be,present )

ruaster, and of ceremonies Mr. Leon for GundersWmer the night, !lace their and decorathe'linen being ect,on three,the ail table white In (i D'ALEMBERTE MAKES DRUG IMPROVEMENTS STORE the Quite gulf today a number: of people went to WILL. MAKE:. E.' O.. 'adeli Jewelry Go. 1 ;

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; other rood. At each; place "was an MOBILE ALA. >
saw that they did the occasion Justice. the !! Mr. and 'Mrs. Oscar Rogers and Mrs. :: ;
:Across the hall the large south parlor I individual loaf of bread In the shape D'Alemberte's drug store has Just Geo. F. Garden went to Destin for a of **H #4H 3&Mi F rY 1FrY 'iI-H 1F b4F JFg g 7E !!
was fitted up as a card room, with of a pipe. put in an infallible dellveryv-system! two. weeks stay T. A.jAusJey, . . i" !' I
all sorts of other gaming devices, and Oust as thel1Stags"were about: to < which is indeed a 'veritable 'check'onthe : & Co., of this city, (
.Mr. Mrs. F. C. Eaton :
and and daughter.liily -
almost any game could be indulged] :. be seated; not onlyMr.. Joe but the boy who does the delivering. Each from the Past/; '.If' .
spentlast week-InPensaco: .
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whole seventy-five were-given a big fboy/ has been supplied with watch, days. The'wire A Metaphor. :.
and were enjoy.sd for an hour or so. a la and from there have gone to Des- ,;}
At 10:30: an orchestra.arrived and surprise when .forty beautifully and when the package is sent out the tin where they will stay the season. 'C.o.1.l1 undergo, When a traveler has once found I : "' f":1
at eleven the young men were uivitedto gowned youngiadfesfriemte of the time: is put on the delivery receipt illrs. H. H. (Dreyer and her three children provmenta in the that he has taken the right We Are f

the banquet, the tables for which ycung chairs host, between fifed; in and'took each two.the This vacant likewise.and the customer This gives is required both customer to'do ,go with them. the'contemplated Pensacola .will hav and is aware that,the bringing fir': J

was Mrs Stc nos special surprise and Mr. IXAlemberte an opportunity There will bs services in the Episcopal any in the country. him to his destination can in no l J 3 g

beautifully successfully arranged.And of seeing how much time la consumedin the l church Rev. Mr.both.morning WWtely of and Marianna evening,, i Ausley.: purchased be helped by himself he is wise II Sole Agents For ::1;1 FI
thoughforty4i'v women and girls the making of the delivery. This: : [ ing car which extract all the pleasure possible j,
knew about it/Toot a; hint had been received officiating. : days. This will': be !
popular drug store has also put'inapair : night'the the few hours of idleness that
Sunday Women's Foreign
by the men. At the head or of baby( scales" that is it is 1 automobiles in the I
a of must It to me that
Missionary Society the seems
north end of the loagzsbtable; Mr. Jon pair of counter scales with a convenient: 'Presbyter pass. John A. Morrill Co's lIt .
Stone sat dad: 'aooyehlm: clustered basket arranged purposely "weigh! ian church, held their annual praise ..' secret of good reading may be I ;
Jets'arranged to form a and thanksgiving service. It was well BUILDING' by a"comparison with the I
twenty-one gas the baby. This pair of Scales ,is'f ri attended. .t .
huge J.Now the public use and those who need on the railroad. He should J .
Mr.- and Mrs
: Wm. Dreyer were In the
the. real pleasure began. The them are Invited to use them. < To Bring at the game time doing two
Bonify Tuesday.: Mr.! Dreyer is lookIng .
in Iowa Y :
distinguished ::hidng toastmaster 'When a little ]. steadily toward !
after plan,'to build -
thebanquet a two story
behalf of the men during '
young THE ORIGINAL. large one) gods : ,
/4 ; 6 Stone witha brick house.. destination and finding all
: very hac'daome presented' diamond ring.n.d Foley & "Co.. Chicago, originated Mrs.. Ed Jewell and her father, Mr. important asthe enjoyment on the way. poSSi.\\
r him Honey and Tar as a throat and lung jr A.. MoCall went to Geneva, Ala., bring it around again..
the youngladies also surprised should have in mind some '
; -little "baby
and-on account of the
remedy great j
to look
Tuesday after the
liandsoirie'silv.ar affairs or Pride '
with :.of military
a set
old had pneumonia, in their reading
'silver comb with his| merits and popularity of Foley'aHoney the late Ed. Jewell who died from a or purpose ,
'i brushes on'eachl and : congratulatory' and Tar many imitations ire revolver shot.Saturday week. fever, and.no.sooner studies, but while they are I!
initials .Many '
I offered for the genuine. These thes3'than.. he began advancing toward this they J. :
telegrams were received, as were weak he
worthless imitations have being so
many other handsome'pr!!'sents. pEN&ACC'UA' LODGE' NO. 3K. of P. throvrn into ] remember that there are '
sounding names. Beware of. them.
After the banquet th' hosts grace- and which be de-i H&ms
; > The genuine Foley's Honey and Tar ELECTS NEW OFFJCERS: rado mother. seasons may ;.
ful little sjste> Nauha entertained the and amusement i
: is in a yellow package Ask for' it "I decided a to recreation
/ party, with singing Tand: dancing, at and refuse any substitute.: It' is; the A largely attended and enthusiastic took him'to Kansas the mind. Of course the compari -
Would both of which she is an expert.' meeting of Pensacola Lodge No.3, When we' got there ,
best remedy for coughs andcolds.. is not exact, but there never "
youRehabilitate Then, the entire first floor having Knights of Pytiias, was held Monday weak ,when lie i ? I .
\V. A. D'Alemberte. and These this firm's :
of .thanggesting are ,
been thrown open, for :Dancing, the night when a candidate was initiated sink away and % a fable capable more ,:
music began and continued till day apothecary. the of a moral.-r t. Nicholas.. 1 ,
: : into rank 11Sq+ere. The electionof die. ;
first of
break. officars for the ensuing, term took "When I'reaeheai grade }
The happy parents werevery proud place and resulted as follows' : she; said
to have all their family together now C;: C.-B. H. Dennard. feed him Gra'P Nuts Origin. "Cbavfieor. We do not handle their ,. '
the Pantry? that their oldest :son!, Mr. .Jack Stoneis V; C.-'W. A. Smith had never used the There were chauffeurs long before
home after a'four.years absence in ST. LOUIS P.:A. H. D'Alemberte. and for a few days History tells ns that ; second grade (Eureka :
New York- I -,It; of W.-J. A. Klrkpatrlck. of Grape-Nuts and the year 1705 men strangely ac- ,
What with new paper and :Mr. and. Mrs. Stone were assistedin AND M.at: A.-H. C..Von WerderI. stronger so quickly their faces covered with soot : brand) at all. These n'.
entertaining by: their sons, Mr. .-Henry Pfeiffer feeding hmi-the their eyes carefully disguised en-;
paint and oil cloth in the Jack and Mr. Joe, their daughters Miss O..G.-C. L.'Wilkerson.Installation In a wonderfully by night farms and lonely hablo hams at < '

kitchen and pantry the .battered Theresa and rlittl9.,Nanna, .their niece BIRMINGHAMhave of the newly elected officers tened right,. up and and committed.all sorts of.dep- are put up'
Mrs. Theresa Cohen, and their sisters, will take place July 2nd 1906.A ( well. They garroted their vie- \ .
and blackened tins lookout Mrs. Bertha Jacoby; Mrs: Liz Jacoby i I furnished twooftbe "That.sSowed" m.5 dragged them before 'great fire '] Ottumwa, Iowa, :
:Mrs. Joe Jacoby. when
of place in the surround and The specially honored guests and ., most expert soda mixes I HAPPY MOTHER knowing came, I raised and, her : they burned the soles of their j are by odds the finest ,
in the country. With a and demanded Information as to
the only -one? outside the young' twill see that her baby is properly .
ings. The spring cleaning has friends 'w re Mrs. !3tone'$ uncles Mr.I cunning and skill that Is. i cared for-to do this a good purgative been.sheds' Yon a strong will see whereabouts: of their 'money'and I packer's product.known. ;,
GersonI nothing short of remarkable hence they were called "chauf- [
put some things of Otto Goldstucker antfMr. "necessary. Many babies suffer -tograph I send you : .
out joint, Forcheimer., they create. drink from wormsand! their mothers chubby youngster th ," a name which frightened so J
hasntit? ;-+- that "touch the spot" don't know It--if your baby Is feverish' he dldtftlook'; our good grandmothers-Parls'. 'I !
Drop in and cool off. Just and doesn't, sleep at nights, it is this s.
:Mr. N. McK..Oerting has entirely fore we found,, pm I
Wen it won't .do it once and w'll>.se? with worms. White's t
J9 cost much to substitute recovered from his recent severe 111nsss troubled Grape-Nuts', nou : i
harmony for discord-for the dollar buysa and }has accepted 'a position in yo u. often. ,., Cream Vermifuge will clean out strength when he Cfiild Lon: I J '
lot of tins and kitchen things these days. the sheriffs office. these worms in a mild pleasant way. couldn't 'ke p' any Welcome to the parents the puny 1 '
I Once tried always used. Give it a stomach Name strong In his weakness, his Sol Calm & CO. t .

g J Even the best sorts-the kinds we sea Miss Alma BaTtirrof: DeFunlafc! is trial Price 25 cents. Sold by all Co., Battle Creek.' : arms more ;irresistible'than. the | ;, .. S,

1] A most complete line at service. visiting her, sister your 1S25 East "Gadsdeni. Hot Biscuits and Roils Drf sturdy, and healthy which Chatham and Pericles In The Pure Food Store, : :
Office at Residence. Grape- and had not. His unaffected j t. .t
morning at 5 o' lock.'S ; .
The many frienilsof t. Mrs. N. B. Until further notice Dr. J. Z. era tains the elements- tlons when he lifts up his voice i: Souiimest Corner Palafox and tntendenda
I' Olsen, will be glad'lo learn that she lef-s office will be, at his residence. from which"to1"maki? high or, more beautiful, the sobbing '.1' .
is improving,; ;: U i.aoog! nice-! Calls left at White's Pharmacy will in'gi the.''n brain rve the- face all 'liquid grief as he | j 178 1. i
ly. > Kitchen Cafe. Veceire prompt attention. .A well'(e to swallow.his .vezatlou soften j Phones 1480 .
W7 SOUTH PALArOX STREETPENSACOLA Kandy **' !nerves ;absolely. hearts to plt/and'to. mirthful and t' i'f;
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GOODYEAR WELT' 43 body.iaok.tn
Mr, Taylor Ghee t' prominent business 104 PalafoL, Phone 999 GENUINE TEN ---pkgg. for compassion.. -Emerson. ,
man 'of TJothaa; ,Ala..1 is in the SHOES, NEXT DAYS AT THEM. i .
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I i: Every, Advertisement: in- These' (; /umns.l$ Read by I

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Looking forSLHomeSiie REAL ESTATEDARGAINS L S. BROWN & CO. '! __ u. __ _

of Condition i : I i

"Change ,, ? I Real Estate,,>, Loans .,; STOP A MOMENT


Tides the Affairs of f Man" I j! If so, glance at the' followingr 'all .- :-.and Insurance WE 'HAVE SOME' BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE WHICH

: '' good places- to build: .- '. WE BELIEVE WILL INTEREST YOU. IF YOU CAN'T LOCATE
J1000-5 lots one block eastof\ carline 11500-Neat cottage In.gOod 'nelghb r.
> on Stro ii'I stre t; 200 by ''.. "hoM,. r&pieridi
Change in condition is fast taking place now. The great 13H2! feel North West .IA Block .12. ;:: lot;. VFor few days: only. SHALL BE PLEASED.TO: PUT YOU ON THE GROUND. WE CAN

natural advantages of Pensacola are becoming known to 51000 4 lots, one block..east' of, .eat JlBOO, ::-For two blocks fronting 300 ONLY VIST A FEW CALL AND SEE OUR COMPLETE LIST.
outsiders and many are conf'.ng-here: and grasping the line, further south than above. West ,King tract, 6 lots __. '. .'feet, on. Bayou,, good house and

opportunities that lie nsg'.ected at ,wour feet. $125 uart r block. 20U| >y.137 on .,, __ $350.09 several:'outhouses; wharf, all $26.500-The: 'pr pettr'town as KUPFRIANS PARK," includlu"
car 1'ne: on. 16tji Aye.. Faces -- ----- -.: 'under- enc; good water.. This race tract. dancing pavilion, baseball and shooting groUnd:

DONtT LAG BEHIND: south and east. 10' of the'pretti'st 'building -, also ,to be 'sold qu'. k. It is a large "dwelling and over 100 acres of. land.

$1750--Half block near'Bayview Park. bargain at the price; $17,5QO-A very' desirable business lot on Palafox. St., near Garden.
FORGE TO THE ,FRONTBuy 400 by 137% tee ;- A bargain? lots in New city; 'overlooking $21000-Gets. 10 brick stores which (A BARGAIN). .

Will lend two-thirdi. ., '.prices', of can ie made to bring $175.00 $12,500t.Jarge lot (159%! by 224 ft.) on northeast corner Gregory
above. the Bay. per month.
and Sts.
estate ,
Pensacola real today while. values are yet <
GOOD INVESTM'ENTS.. $20,000, '-Splendid warehouse site close $1',500-1'w store buildings and one dwelling (all. rented
low. Two from who do not buy now will ) with
have'regrets' years that you today didn't you take ouradvice. See. our $1200 Two small! houses, East. Gov Several beautiful lots in to R. R. and water front.If'you large jot, East Wright St., immediately east of union depot.

list Write of "moneymakers.call' hello. Many of them .on> e'asy. terms. I Good ernment interest-; rents.- ?168 a. year. the residence '. .PQ tion,* of it with us.have We'l.. property sell it. for sate list $6,000-Modern neighborhood.dwelling two-story, on corner lot on North Hill. Excellent .

or -'' % 500: -Full block of 20 lots East HIlLS North 'Hill. ... i'. ". *. ,Telephone 918 or call at office.. i j I $1,500-Large-one-story.dwelling. with 6 rooms, on East Intendencia
650 Another 20 lot: block.t .: 20WThiesen, Bldg. "We Self Lots." street
.' r t I 'B /Y' REAL 'EST Tg.NOWiYOU .For:prices-am! particularsapply ,, $750.00-All' of 'bock} No. 66, West King Tract, containing 24 jots
Pensacola lnvestmetOOMpany ", :UES CONSTANTLY'INCREASE.. to *:: ;:'lr; : ./ .; I ..

RENTS .-", .
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I A. H. n'ALEMBERTE.Clty ftJangei'.,,," : LOANED; .. A Bargain HOOTQN &

W. KKOWLES, Prejldsat. R.. B. SIMPSON.;.Sacntkry.OOWIES LESLIE E. BROOKS HcDavid-Hyer Company I 7 ,

J.Z. STILLHAN, V.-Pret afli Gen. Manager. )HYIX, mllm.Rae' ,' Leading Rea1Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.

Estate, Loans General Investments t Phone 462. Fisher Building Agents New York |In Water Front !f
t Property PHONE 54, No'. 37 S. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L.
Life Insurance-Company. .
215 South Palafox.Street, Pensacola, Florida. \

HELP WANTED. ., $2500 I.----______. '
t- -- ,
: 8 E. Government. Street 4. '
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'\\ \\t\.NTID-Saw mill foreman for a Phone '7CO. 'Pens cola,' Fla. 'For: 'story, 8-room house, lot 240x -

I yellow pine 'mill cutting ?0. in. feet .,' 250, on Bayou,Gr nde. Good w ter. Money to Loan.MONEY ., For Farm Tur'entlne or
Will Double In Spme per day. Must;be able' to furnish and ...-. WWWflflrWWM'' rnnrsuw Timber Lands
.. ; I handle labor. Address P.,. 0.' Box 33 .. ., I .' ,$2000 TO LOAN-Everybody bore ,
Savannah, Ga. ,June t rows money from .Jno. ,A. Hall, & LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall
-- water's I I '14 E. Government St. When in on or Address
For 'one-story cottage on Co.,
A Good
New Bargains "WANTED good collector! to'travel. Profit!! LII' edge, lot 120x200, on b you'Grande. need call :on us.. Turner & AYmard

Value Inside .. 'lust furnish personal bond. and be #: '. c I I ,

,,' !!"j -... willing to work. Apply between '830 : $3200 MONEY LOANED on ail kinds of per- Real Estate and Abstrat Co
m and 10:30 a. m. to' William'T Gee This. : focal property on short notice. P. 0. Box 115 DeFunlak Springs Fla

t 227 E. Intendencia SL: PJ.unelt. IBuys one- ory cottage,' 5 rooms, t Terms easy. J.> B. Gray & Co., 2 -W.Romana .

on Bayou ,Grande, 63x250. : Phone; 1165.:, Ifeb
.ora Year.Thafls Lots. WIANTHD cook at once... 'Man or .!. FOR RENTFOR
City woman. Apply,227 E.Intendep.cla.12june3t APPLY TO MONEY TO> LEND-On.; good real estate ... w
Block In
368. 404 9 lots block
.security, or on.. good collateral,
373 and 2 lots'In tlock 319. ._ RENT-Six room house in RQOI:
8 LOTS one block from 16th at lowest rate Leslie E. Brooks.
what a great'deal'of real estate -, New City. Will .sell all If .. repair, just painted. renter can secure
Ave. Mrs M L building. 21Jan
in Pensacola is going ,to do and> car beautiful location WM'TED-Lady or gentleman 'of fair. sold quick at.., .? ...- .$100.00 Surgi Fisher several boarders desired: ; if j j.!
for, home. taken at education to travel for. firm 250000 .-
of ? ,
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some of it is in the following-list _-_ .- -.: MONEY LOANED: on all fclnOi or personal terested call inspect. Apply Cad
once ... .. .. .. '
a. Bargain capital. 'Salary' l,072-pef' year, West Jones Pensacola
On : ,Romana street, fobi-'5 property on short notice. Manager, Oil MiL l
bl Care M. E. Clarke
Hat! c1t in. New .City; fronting payable weekly. ,
,ENTIRE 'BLOCK&: '2i9 West Expenses'.adyance'd. room houses in the ,erf Terms easy. JW, Bullari, upstair Phone 515. 10junelw
Calaloniasquare.I .. .. ... .$750]
Addre'ss Clows
King Tract. .-ff ..-..$400.00 best renting section of the Pensacola, Fla. 28. South Pal. fox St., Phone 1144. FOR RENT Modern two-story houB,
Half :block in East King TractIn', I Fla. 12june2t. city, with '. 6nor
8 LOTS good prospects with large grounds, partly under
in block 109, West Kin'g .
settled neighborhood. .. .. .$700. for .
an increase in the value located
cultivation in northern
I Tract,. .... ;. :.,; ::.. .$250.00 .WAiNTFD-An experienced installment UNLIMITED amount One-fourth block on '.To edo square, 'l26 of the property, houses all ...: : 'WANTEDWANTEDr'Position all kinds of. ..personal property. urbs. For information address or
23 LOTS in block In West collector and solicitors Refer. on
New,.City ... ... .. .. .. ,. ..' .$300 King Tract. ., .t\ .. $700.00 ences required. Address-L'X: ;: : L. I new. .. '._'. ._:.':1 .'. t"..$6000.00, nnnnrunJ-nsutut-.rrnrtrL 4'-' sLrnjwnru'jtrj-- Special rates to business men on large apply. to the Pensacola InvestmentCo.
Lots on 11th and avenues/Ne'w': 'i lOjunelw. : as meat cutter by leans. The New! York Loan Co.. 204% gjuna
4 LOTSin block 45 West 'Lstyour! property with and 5 "
King '
City at..: .', -..- ... _..- .. .. ..$2OO'. Tract, if taken at once -will.settit. a man ,of- six: year's experience.Good South Palafox. FOR RENT-Cottage, furnished: orunfurnished
perlot. :(
: furnished. on bayou for summer.
reference Address
WANTED--Sober industrious 'man''to
200x132* fet on East Hill car ..$ 70.00
I solicit and collect. Good"oPenIng} 1tr kEY m'1et Eai'oiterst Box 24, Paxton, Fla. 12junelw Fine water front for boating, bathing
line .. .... '. ,. .. $1250 Homes and other at the In ,
property for sale -- and fishing. Beautiful location, near
for --
West1King 1 right man. A'Pp1rto'I Van' Win- oh estafe. hOTELS.flflr
"Lotsin real
East King Tract or in all parts' of the city. t kle, Manager, Brosnaham Building. city i WANTED- -We want your orders'fot wr car line. Address Cottage, care Jour
TractVvery cheap and on easy I Money to Loan on good real estate Pensacola. ,iOjune . ,.,. 1907 Art' .C \ DdarB. Over 300 original !. COMMERCIAL' HOTEL DaFuniak, nal. 6june
terms. Improved property in WestKlngTract ;, .... '. ;t "
selurity.at market'rate of Interest. I ( designs to select from. All .Fla.-New management; newly fur.,
netting 10 per cent. on to WANTED;, Experienced' .salesman prices: Mayes Printing Co., Pensa'c' nis'hed; free bath and .mple rooms:!I FOR RENT-2 nicely furnished

vestment: now traveling in southern territory; J.. W. BplIqck1 Jr. la.. 16febl good' meals and good beds. Traveling -, rooms for rent to gentlemen only.
See us in regard: to Lake View Hay., Thos. Pebley to carryon,-strictly ccm tsson.basIs. men especially solicited.. Rates U Apply to Mrs. Hester, 420 W. Chase
en Property. Prettiest place in New' I an excellent line of shirts and overalls WANTEDYour stenographic work. St. Phone 1095. Sjunelia
City and Is on Bayou Texar. direct from the _maniif a cturer. Room 405, Thiesen Bldg. Pensacola Typewriter Exchange per day. Mrs,M. H, Stanley, Prop. I

PHONE 559. References most :accomp ny pplic&.1 315% S. Pal fox St. ,Phone 379. 29may. "- FOR RF."iT-A. R. Bingham has stor

D. Hale Wilson & Co. tions. State full 'p rticulars. -P. O. Phohe ?i t : 23may.: PARK HOTEL: -Way pay $2.50 per! age room for rent, suitable for i'

Box 532 Meridian; Miss. lOJuneStWJANTED day when you can'get as good room niture or other goods, 104 and l'"i'
Phone 234 15 South Palafox! WANTED.-The public to know that and bed for SOc. Coolest place in South Tarragona street. Phone 63$
-White girl to ''Work.In old newspapers can be bought at .
CHOICE Pensacola and get
BARGAINS and you can go out
laundry. at Wanted for cents
Apply New five
once. : this office a bundle. They what you want to eat. One block from. FOR RENT-A nice 5 room cottage

Method Laundry. 9june":I are all clean'and mc postoffice. 22may I j on N. Spring St., with bath, gas, et..
I WANTED-Young nen ,and
young wO Fisher :
at $15.00. Inquire Real Estate
S WATED-1GOOd man to:.work In''yardl men to' enroll with's 'fol'"a,, course' WANTED.-A. R. Bingham wants SUMMER BOARDBaSr-Tlie Hotel
FOR SALENew Agency. ljuaa
Your property soid and prompt re-' and in house. 619 N.; Baylen; St I steno'graphy or. boSkkeep&ig and your, moving and hauling. He guai* Hyatt is now open for spring and sunv
turns made on same.. ?Office No. 12 Sjuhe. I tin for good positions in .the fall : antees all breakage. Phone 630. mer trade. People who wish to rest I FOR SALE OR RENT-A five roo.-n

eight room house with hall, 10th E. Government street, Music House. j jS have more calls' for business stu: and build up the Hyatt Is the cottage with bath and No.

'Ave. and, 16th St. This place has to be'' I I WANTED-Men and boys .w .tJt;,to: dents than we can supply. Phone 900 Hotel Hyatt is the best and Place.1 1107 E. Cervantes street Two gas blocks

seen to be appreciated. .. .$1750*| lots, block 171. New City..Bargain learn plumbing, plastering; 'bricklaying for special summer rates, day or even. MiscellaneousNOTICE to-date hotel north of Atlanta; beautifully '
from street to H. \\.
car. Apply
2 lots on car line. ., .. ... .$550 *. Pensacola .
*I ; Special offer. -life scholarship Business Col. annnj= swwm mMnw-m- located; plenty to eat; good
Lots 3, and 5, block. 140, New Gibbs, care of Forbes Store.
I II I fifty dollars, easy payments 1 l ge. -Having installed machines spring water cool, njghts pertectly1healthy
; ; ;.
City. .. .. .. .. 1 120/ lots fronting Bay View Park 26maylm.
,' .. .. ..$600 'position and union card i for the, manufacture of i
Blocks 125 and 126, Patterson Addition |I I per lot. .. ;; .. .. .$175. free catalogue. Coyne' Bros.guaranteed' Trade: ] H. ALF'tAN-Tln: Copper and Sheet iron :cornice- skylights, cornice galvanized'gut-),home-like: ; no place mosquitoes to rest; no; malady 81 miles; 31 FOR RENT-Two story 8 room houSe,

water front new six room I,> Choice home on car me.$2,500 i Schools New York, C1i1cagoSt.Louia.i' Iron Worker; cornice,.work and skylights tfers, circular mouldings, etc.. I am now I! north of Atlanta on L. and N. railroad. with gas, hot and cold water, and all.:

house on same . .. .. ..$1,600 'I I i5m Y1Y. : i a specialty; roofing gutteringand prepared to do sheet metal work of I D. M. Hyatt; Proprietor. Ellijay, Ga. other modern conveniences. .'Aiidr $
Block 63, East King Tract. .$2,600 All kinds of house. repair work at. repairing, 315 South Palafox St. all ,kinds n' short notice. Satisfaction ISmaylm. or apply 41 E. Chase street. 10na
tended to promptly. WANTED-Everyone to ){Snow 5 that' Phone 560xresidence pione: 1316. assured. Estimates cheerfully I
Lot 7 to 14, inclusive, block 171, The Journal has nice, clean:old papers 2jun lm. v given .on work in or outside the city. OLD MILL INN-on bay front. Opens FOR RENT-Elegant two-story res.

New City. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1,600 for sale cheap! Only-five centsa '. .. Chas B. Vetter. 18 W. Intendeficia.Phohe698. : .I June 1. Large: airy and delightful deuce, corner Strong and Spring st.

bundle.WANTED. WANTED-D. B. White wants your 25maylm ly cool. Good fishing, bathing and I! Apply to C. H. Turner. lOma/

J.A. WILSON & Co. hauling and transfer work. Satisfaction boating. First .class! table. ..On elec-. FOR RENT-Two very flesifab
N. McK. OERTIN G First-class narber for colored guarnteed. Address 1501-N SANTA ROSA-PavIlion, L. S. S.of- trIo car line 15 minutes ride from city. stores on first floor of Manha< an

trade. Ring 1010-rl: ring or' 8th .Ave.: ,. or phone 981. fers the best accommodation for Regular boarders and transients. hotel Corner Garden and Bayiw;

Real Estate Agents, call at Sylvester Campbell"Storei;near[ bathing and recreation to be found on Terms reasonable. Address Old :Mill Just completed and arranged in fi>':
the Gulf of :Mexico. Launch
Notary Public dummy depot Warrington. JFla.' MATTRESSES RENOVATEDNew Leclairleave's Inn, Pensacola.Fla., 4may ciass shape. For terms, particular.-
Salisbury Building: Room 7 24 aprL "-.o tick ,furnished if desired. Guaran. city wharf dally at S:00 a. In. etc., apply Hooton & Watson. 29Ar
Phone 476. teed. Crapet taken up and matting Phone 659: Chas. H. Burton, Mgr. MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL-Clarkes-
p_ : laid if desired. Leave orders at 12may. ville, Ga. Nestllng' among the mountains FOR RENT-Second story over Lin-
WANTED Green' & Watson. Phone 193. 7mar I of Nor h.G orgia. Anidealpace! denstruth's jewelry store. Suirate
__ If will look around the house,1you
I you to rest. Scenery and, climate unsure for offices, sleeping quarters or stor
: will find a lot of ways In whica Beautiful .walks 'and drives. age rooms. Lee Daniell. 24apr
I WANTED-Ali owners, of poultry to Seethe Pluto Waterldisplay at Hooton's old passed. ,
can use You
you newspapers.
= Pharmacy. I feet plaJi: !. Accessible
365 to
1' rr' ii's" know that we are agents fotjthe eel- wholesale James"" McHugh, can' buy.the in any quantity" this, of interest.l No many FOR RENT-8-room, 2-story Cottage
I ebrated Conkey's Poultry It p edle...I: gent. 'ljunelm office. They are put'up in bundles,! Excellent points table. : 19maylm S18 W. Belmont Apply to WallcTIngrahara.

Guaranteed to cure rupe, 'cholera, WANTED- convenient! to carry and sold at five Apnl'OWANTED.
and to kill fleas, lice; and_ mit.es. 'I Everybody to call and! bundle.MATTRESSES .
gape : : [ cents per
.see,the Perfect Paltry. Lawhornand Springs. .-Real Estate for sale of
Also Mellen their 'wonderful& Co. Phone egg NO.-producer 334.18apr. F.. BlackburnJ; ag nts," 109 E. Government AND FURNITURE. Good beds, airy 'rooms, elegant rent leas-e or exchange. Your business

S. street. 27maylm Mattresses made to order! ; old ones meals; free bath and .sample 'rooms. respectfully solicited. J. A. Wd-

: L re ovate3.,. New ticks famished. Special attention to" traveling men. son, Real Estate Agent 22% W. GoVernment -

WANTED-The public to .knoV that! WANTED 12 or 14 .foot. skiff. Apply Second hand furniture bought and' Rates $2.00"per day, J.; R. Brown, street, Room 7, Salisbury

we can do all kindsof repairing stating particui .and, price. sold. Upholstering and repairing don .I Prop. building. Phone 172. 23Jan
float building, horse' shoeing,",,etc. J.t.Thos-.. Watson. 37S. 'Palafox.27.miy. 114 E. Belmont St.. city; phone 771. AND' -
: G. Welsh Carriage Co: : 2Ifei. Davis'Mfg..., C. T. Davis, Mgr. HOTELS BOARDING HOUSES -
-" .
? -- Before laying your carpetor matting
.. Board and Rooms.I .
_' TAILORING 1... Diamond, Tailor.
a of.old
buy supply 'newspapersto
g- i
WI.-\NfED-To, buy 10: to 40.acres ofsurburban OUR MOTTO-H nest weight and Gent clothing cleaned, pressed and ,
'. put underneath and protectjt: ; Only
property' close"to'1 Pensa.cola. honest dealings. California Evap- short notice.
repaired on '
> 113k five cents a bundle'at this office.FERRfiLL 226 N A;>
cash price with lo orated Peaches, 15c
Give lowest per pound, 2 IDS. West Government St, Pensacola Fli
Bave both by conferring with us caniz street nice cool rooms, gl
'L cation. "Real Estate: care' for 25c; California: Evaporated Prunes Idea- HOTEL- Bneads Florida. ; ,
[when out to buy REAL ESTATE. Sea Journal. "'3June2w* lOc per Ibs., 3 Ibs. for 25 fine table; terms reasonable. Mrs. Dora
Us &.bout'some of the following: I IIF YOU WILL TAKE THE TROUBLE, ?; London iIL PORTER, sallmaKer, 716 South Rates $2.00 per flay. Nice rooms, !Donaldson.' 27ma> lbt>
Layer Raisins 2 lbs, for 25c Heinz Ap- good beds, table the :best _
I ; J. M. Fer- I -
Store N. DeVillier street, renting WANTED-B'! a young lady fully corn-f Palafox street.; Orders taken for -
for $180 per year. .. .. .... .$1500 to investigate ancT'go and see this two! petent, 'a'; 'position as stenographer pie-Butter.& Son per 57 crock. Oc, E. B. Hoff tents. awnings; camp'stools and house ell, Prop. : ,. I7aprH FOR RENT-One or two newly furnlshed -
House on North "C" street cheap story house on East Wright St., be-l't Can give best references.. Address K.I man E. Gregory St. Phone cots;."etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan.SHII front rooms; southern expos

..t.... .;.. .. ..; .". .. $600 tween 8th and 9th' avenues, you will; P. 0. Box 156, PensacolaVF&.'- ": 825. ISmaylm* L' I !TEL VERNON-Ratea' per day. ure; with privilege of phone. Location '
House on East Ara'gon: street only' see that it ,as-a:Bargain for the price 9June4t ;: irt'. : CHANDLERS-McKinzIe Oert. Special. rate by w k-: 'Special! attention : desirable and near business center -

lss.' S... 4* 'S't.S ..$650 of... ... ,-. ;,.' .. .i$1800 : vi WANTED.All' kinds or electrical ing & Co. wholesale and retail ship to traveling ,men Free sample 422 W. Gregory. ISmaylw
98 acres of good farming i land, a I WANTED: good family wishes. to work.. I sell all kinds of electrical chandlers! and grocers, only first-class I room. MrsrJ. P. .Mauldin, Prop.

('bargain at .. ...... .. ... ...$1003 ALL OF THE'MAXENT TRACTWEST borrow $100. Good .security Can batteries,anj other electrical supplies. house of kind In city. Fair prices to all 15apr. .'.I !. I IHOTEL THREE PLEASANT ROOMS to ren:
Four blocks In 'West King Tract'I OF "C!' STREET NOW FOR be returned any way "deslie : .Ad When you need me ring 345 or 355. MILTON, UPHOLSTERING SHOP- SOUTHERN..-.Open all the with privilege of light house keeji-

ach.. .e.... .. ..... .. '.. .$1000 dress Aaberg,. Pensacola. ,7Jiraelw* E. W. Peake new Star* "'Laundry" build WWie Mims Proprietor. Furniture year. American and European plan. leg 301 W. Chase. 3ppr i
We have numerous other proper SALE. \ J ing. E. Garden. .16dec.I 'repairing of 'all kinds carpats'I Ol bundleat
summer : five
Special rates. 'Fr.$ ties listed with us and it would I I WANTED-To sell a Jot of old:papersat
pay MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST 5c a bundle. Apply ,at-this of COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressing laid 'furniture packed for shipping every respectPleasant: and convenient this oQce They are all clean

you investmentWe to consult us before making your I I MARKET RATE OF '.IN EREST.l fice. They are all whole,.'clean-and, I and Cleaning'Club,4J2 N. DriIletl Phone. 63. Next to_ Tampa Landing. j Mrs. 'TV L.-, jtfowea."'.frop.. Pen- and 'nice.FOB.

are In receipt of advices from nice.. St, Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop- Your pat. 22ApriL, sacola' Fla: 15apr. ::
MORTGAGES ON REAL ESTATEIN ronage solicited; satisfaction I CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. -
the fire insurance companies guaram, ;
repre'seated CENTRAL / CHIPLEY
by us 'That all losses In Cal.!l THIS CITY BOUGHT AND SOLD. WJLL BUILfl HOUSES- on." Installment tsed. Careful attention given laIlcs'garments. I Floats, built to' orfler.' Horse. shoeing depot Large "and'weir; 'Ughdrootus. -Op. For Salt ,...,.
'ifornla conflagration will be promptly plan, or' cash.; Vou\- wn the Phone 1222. *telWAN'1tDCarriage5 J a specialty. J., G. Welsh Carriage .* Free sample 'room. Meals --
paid and that THEY WILL CONTINUE .I l lot I furnish the money) and-bujli th' Co.! 7feb all hours. Special attention to.trar.at SALE-I am making a limited- f1f.

TO FURNISH ABSOLUTE Fisher Real Estate Agency house. You pay monthly, .same a'3 repaired and repainted : eling men. $2,00 pet day .J.M. fer on 12 lots In northeast New Gfl
; floats built to order horse Tng-
INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY1 rent, in a short time house. Is/your ; gle Prop. within the town limf.ts: and nearLake t h.
FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE FOR COLLECTION Pay rent 20 years, it' still.belongs} to shoeing a specialty. J. G. Welsh' Carriage ,LOST View Haven properties \\l'h

ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS. OF RENTS A the other man. Will also'( put.down Co. 27feb ___t.t'Lr'1, wrLruJ-trLnJmrnrJJunw 'u',, ., CHIPLEY flO'th--Cari: Setterlind clear titles. and excellent elevation <""

Protect yonr home and business SPECIALTY. wells with good i pump. 2lnch'galva. LOST'-Heavy silver bracelet with Prop. Special'attention to' ommer. $720. I offer single lots in the san-a

against: loss by fire by insuring with nized pipe, -with. brass .cylinder. attachment WANTED.Let us clean-Electric fans work, of ah Unit gold .heart, Lost atLife Saving cial trayelers., Free, sample tad bath vicinity at $60 and $6 per lot on easy:
OS. Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox St will make water,fly; frQm- wen do your reair your I Station Reward for return to Kandy rooms. Large, rooms with good beds.: tetms., (This is to trade of white p*"'
dynamo '
40 to 100 ft deep, and soasy.'a.ehiId : jour wiring etc. Pacyna'I Kitchen. 12june3t* $2 per day. 13maria 'pie exclusively). Ebert: A. Clubt. .
can pump it Costs but.11ttIe'more 570. : Electric. Co.. 205 S. --- Box 11% ISjaneJm'
ESCAMBIA REALTY CO. ) Baylca.WANTED.. r .: City. :
ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF THOSE than the old dvrg well: All .satisfac LOST-Black mare. brand K on fore BAY HOTEopeu' 'miht and dsy; ,_ .
204/ S. Palafox Street $3.50 PANAMAS; .ALSO SOME VERY tory before you pay a'cent Get my .-Ths Mercnantt .Transler''' lho lder. Left barn at time of fire European plan. Rooms light! _...and FOR SALE-NIce clean old newspa
Telephone 1052. prices. F, M. Williams,. .Contractor Co. wants your moving and cauunfc'I'. Thursday mornng.: Reward for return clean. .Transient 'trade aoUclt
General agents for State. for Home I FINE"ONES' "FOR 500.. THE M. & and Builder. Room 30S Thiesen,. Build- breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor-] to Sam Sunday,, corner Hayne 8. Fal&fox. ',31*: S. N1e014, or, in your store. Only five cents p<*

: 't Life Insurance Co.. of New York.. I I 0. ; .. Ing. Phone- t'802, 1 ringl "'ijnnelm .ten, Prop. l'hoa9 875. 111unejmTIj I. and. .' Strong" sts, ', "?. lOJune, Prop,4., .-.' \ bnndt
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I Thousands- 'EachDa! $'- 5-S Who.; t APe "'. Looking'.' .. ;frrBargains- III

1 McMillan Bros. Co. ... ... .... .... ......... i........... :;
r' : Professional! SUIORPHINA-CURA 111
Pensacola Abstract
The i
Company 4 $2.00PER BOTTLE
An infallible remedy to the cure of Drug Habit of all kinds.
Sent fx.tp,;.d at$2'per bottle. Morphina-Cure is prepared ; .j
Incorporated J
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for internal ,
!i iI Hypodermic or use. DettiChem.CoStL9uil :;

desires to announce that, they have compiled at >a great expenditure : 0'1 For ale in Pensacola by, '.. ,i"t1.

nf time and! money a complete! and up-to-date. abstract plant, and are W. H. WHITE & CO. Druggists. r.fiJ'fJi

now prepared to' furnlshABSTRACTS. r .- I COMMISSION BROKERS, i ii I OPTICIAN :ii '?. ;

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attention of property.holders and prospective purchasers is. i Private\ Wires N. Y., N. 0". and Chicago. :ATTORNEY EAST COUNSELLOR AT LAW -CONVENTION RATES J :
directed to the following special features of our'work1:: t

1, We are specialists in our particular line of work:-.making .ab- Round trip summer excursions from .: J,
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stracts. | conON>SIOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS i all points east to Pacific coast and .r ;
We do not buy or sell real estate and have no Interests to furtherexcept Naval Store northwest from June 1 to September 'j '.
to give our customers unequaled service. Savannah Ga., June 12.-The naval 15 with speca1: stop-over privilege ''! j ;'
j. Our improved system of indexing-enable' us to turn. .outwork stores market closed today as follow] : i: Bought;; and Sold on Margin or for lavestment. good returning to October 31, 1906. ,-.f 4 ; ; .
.. 4 $0.WaG.
4 85 to
WiW.: .
the greatest possible with : N. E. A. meeting at Los Angeles, .
:t 5 Our abstracts are prepared in a neat,, ..:..475 I ;. : .:
attractive an4' convenient N ..... .450 Reference: Flrjl Kitiouj! and Peojilss, Bank Phone 1173 July 913.Elks t.; .
A special plat of the .
form. abstracted
property. is furnished freeof meeting at Denver Colo., July. i f.i
charge. .. : 420K. t.......... ................................. 16-21. .; .! f1)
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4. Our FEES are REASONABLE? and our work ACCURATE .. *. ,. ,." := Summer to Colorado .
\V, also Issued Daily. Bulletin of all transactions of a commercial t. . .. S. .. i. .4 1-0 r ':,'. to September rates 30. June 1 } ,rn i, I

nature recorded in the clerk's office at a subscription' Price of ., .405. to4 10 Hotel Men's Convention Portland N t I

$!. 1' per month.PENSACOLA. G. .; ._ .. 4 00 sur Ore. June 25-28. a p
F. ,. .. ... '., .3 91 THE DOLLARS 'THAT .. -t ': !
the splendid
Use through
ABSTRACT COMPANY :E.. ,,. .. ..' .. ;. ,.. ,385 to 3:80 service. '. ,
PHONE 393. "114 N. PALA FOX ST ,. HAY E. .WUUIAMCM.ifeFOR D. ..'...-... .. ... .*. ; .,. .... t..3,70V of the Southern Pacific from New Orleans t (
Pacific Ii
Union from
.-T >-.'..S" ,h. .>,. S> V. : ..#.'50 THROUGH YOUR FINGERS DR.J.H.MOCKDental ; Kansas .ff
Spirits' Turpentine 57% cent r City or Chicago. A P{
=- -- -a.--- 1 Through Pullman tourist cars from ": '1 : .

For Sale, ._For Sale 6 J '.. -S AU3LEY Liverpool* CO.'S Cotton REPORT Market.' In various ways of amusements! gifts, experiditures / Surgeon.Crown Washington etc., and from Atlanta St. Louis Montgomery and Chicago, ;. :.!...;:'.

and Bridge Work a Spec .ltr. to California.

s.\.LE-One good. ln-rQijlld.Jall FOR:..SALE -Boat, ,builders,, wanting Wheat. etc, may be made Painless Extracting of Teetb, Write me for literature and Info 1 t'

.v norse and harness. One'top bug.' small lots; of juniper" v8Ui9: .Tal1..r.b................................_.Riot. 1,67 S .' 234S.-Paiafox5L- matioEu .. .
sv nearly n' w. One good wagon; A. same cut to order at $I 5'.00 per' 'hun 7,1b..K...................... ............ 863: TO EARN MONEY FOR YOU 7 'and 9 Old Armory Building J. F. VAN KEXSSELAER,, ,f f

E Turner, Bohemia Fla.. Phone 246. dred. Apply to-Capt Baer-} ,launch *r.LprtI_................................ Phone 1077. General Agent, ..
;>'junelm.TOlTSALE. Ruth or send orders to" F.' C-. Eaton, Apri1Kar..............-........,....... If in 124 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga 'j 1 :
-Two fine milch cows with Boggy. Fla 13juneyw. Ka.Juu..............,...................B.88 _deposited our Sayings Department, R. O. BEAN. T. P. A. : ':
<- lu ..... ....... .... .... .. j :
calves; can be seen at No. Ji1y .il; I.Bi1111J' where it will draw interest for the 1 G. W. ELY T. P. A. -
young Gregory. C. McMillan.. FOR; 8ALE---Lumher: ] Is noiTcheaD! U(11It ..................... .....11.88.i.urnStlpNmW you at rate J' : ".
U'A: E at ..e................. C.80 of Pour,Per Cent will TI : .;
Joel Frater's yard k. { start '
lumber anum. If'you
liljunefXR '.: on Bay. SeptemberOotobvr ,......,,.., ....... 5.71 per _ _ _ ; ;
SALE -Five room cottage, on build len i street wharf.horn Get his j rlces and' Odobe-foyember' ........... an account with one of these dollars you have L SYILLHERREllAUTiR-R.l t/::
you .a ? ,before prices advance :
monthly payments with gas, water NOYtmbe Deccmber......:;,.. .
and free delivery one block from which Is'sure'to.come./ bel'-J"n1iarr".......:.......,.........6.66 been-in 'the' habit of spending, and then. add : .
I 23majlm. ( j .
MI; cor. 8 Ave. and 12th street, East '.- Ltrnrpool t Spots, 611- another to it along, you'll be, surprised how PATENT APPLIED FOR ,
Hill. G. E.. Brett. lOjunelw" AUTOMOBILES-rl am agentfor the r:1
At all '
New York Cotton Market. |
P<>pe Mg. Co. and can sell.you autostrOmSOO.OO soon wilt have a sum working for :
FOR SALEAHouBe'with six roomson : They' Com Hlgd, Low GlOM you snug MUS-QUIT-U MFG. CO., 1/
East Garden street, 610 fronting up. cost thaI Jannrr 10,57 10.53 JO.55 10 58 Jacksonville, Fla. it. .
horses'to'tee They
? 'uP; caa'fco: run you.FIRST t.,
on bay four'lots'30x100. Inquire of July 10.7) 1Q.M 10.71 10,77 i'T1- .
in sand or anywhere! .a, horse can :} ..'
Dr. T :A. LaFar, 519 Guillemard St, go AqW 10.03 lOiS 10(7 M.W ,
Djunelw Leslie E, Brooks. Oetober ...........10.51 W.5Z 10.0 30,45Ds.enber. Pensacola Sf. Andrews and '- 6 .{-
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FOR: SALE-Ten new and second ; 10,59 10.68 10.46 10..? ','

;T.fl\, DRINKERS ATTENTION second. hand office safes, different V I"w York Bpoti, 11.25Wh.at. NATIONAL BANK Gulf Steamship CO. I "_. :, '
'Y t H:
JQU want a delicious\ cup of tea, try sizes, best makes -at bargain prices. -- _
"Our Own" Blend it I is superior to any Scarritt Moreno, vince East. Govern' STEAMER TARPON. 1 : .
dollar tea on the market Only LOc merit St 24mar: Open Hlrt Lt01_ I ''
I l' "_...... g W. G. BARROW Master. ,' '
per pound. A valuable ticket in every 84.4. 18% $4i'4 : p ,,: ,.r:
FOR SALE.-tmproved ana unIproYedqrOerty Sept..... .._ ..83 W$ 89 Sf- FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER ( .
package. New Orleans Grocery Co. AND I 1. JP
in all parts of.the city Corn.Op W:& Kiowtie.Pr'I. W.I.BTU JB.,T.-Prej.and: G sM.r. t '
Phone 105.' Jas. McHugh, Prop. J.JL,.Wilson & Co. RvalEatats ,Agents T. W.Blwn and W.I(.Boiiim Aut.Cuhton. FREIGHT: SERVICE It iii,
Tjune. Room 7. Salisbury building. Phone a Birh LowJnly CleM Dnic7oZI-T,0. !ru$. W. .... Blount. W.1L.Kaawln. 'W: Z.: flyer Jr -lJetwea- ; ,- _
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.I1H ilJ< 51H 11Sett. D. G. : -
112. 2 Jaa ............ lJij n 6111 1 V( PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHICOLA _. I i J','
FOR SALE-Finest car load of horses .. Brel1'r ;
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received in 'Peas coja. M )lil- CARRABELLE, ST. ANDREWS 'r(
ever ; :
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Ian & Turton West Intenafencia St. MILLVILLE. : ;
for .
; deader! Gasoline ,
sah*. ( Opm Iou ;\
6june. ,f. .- Engines are the stmpliest. strongestand Sot1j9iPcifi2,.. ......... 64"f.! OCIo1lpa' jS1; NO;; 56DS.. And all point on St. Andrew Bay, L__.' : -' : ..,

best,'engines'-en the market;,..forth ...;..,.........::........., iisiA. ,, 1 Carrabetle and: ApaJachicota.SCHEDULE ,!." ."..
FOR SALE-Remington typewriter. C.W. LAMAR President. JOHN PFEfFFER, Assistant Cashier '
"Rem," care Journal 6Junem* B. money...Pensacola.'Send for! catalogue. ,.?Ei A 4.d.B..H.............. ...;...:,.......:.. 1 81'. 5-18' U. I.CLARK,yict'PresUeni, and Cashier. 1 W. ANOBEW8. Assistant Cashier. Leare Pe&Ucoia Sunday .:30 ., THROUGH SERVICE! 'j 1. '

.' ..- Banks, .Phones. .1377* ..&.D.,d'.....:................:......... .......t,. gB. "k ,1'." m. for 1dob o. Ala.'leave VIAL&ME.&T.H.andC. .
FOR S SALE-7-Retail: grocery' 'tore, .and.,571. .j':. .; .ajun!1m. .B 1'........................ 84, .84'100H THE 'AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Pensacola, Tuesday, 8:30 p. f'i{

down! town. Apply .A, Greenhut! '& FOR"SAL-Jlerd fine Jersey dairy E. 0 ......;.....,........ .... IH% JD. for St Andrew. Millvllle Apa- & E..t. .J it:.
Co. 5junel6t cows wfhr.\V l1 established imilk trie: ., '..'-. ? 4S%I I5H .- Iai1cQis, Carrabelle and intermediac 2 Vestibuled Through Trains Dally 2 11 .; :
-. .. route. No competition. Cows "and Co?.I :..,.";. ,59 V% ); 1 OF'l'fNSACQU, f LI.S points. NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO *. ., :'
See .the:PlUt9.; Water isplit.Hoo-.bksInessfirstclau.: condition ApplS. ,U. 8.....: 'T.U. :.............. 4Oj '"' DESIGNATEP: ; DEPOSITOF\Y ',OF 'UNITED: .STATES.APtAL For additional information apply t < THROUOI.ISLEEPER8AJ.DAYCOACH6 t ;'.;
ton's Pharmcyt James McHugh\ .. A. Taylor-! 'Century .", pr.f!rr4....,......... .IOG 105J8n.s. J. R. SAUNDBRS.B. NEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO ti "ftnllNO
; Fla.SJunelm' ......",.................,... 81- _; STOCK. $$200,000.SURPLU $ O.OOO. It. COBB President CARS SlRVlNCS AU MEALS EM ROUTE g i-- I ;
wholesale agent- junelm i JUST'RECEIVED-Large.si shipment of .' )f.;.....,... .. ........., Jig: ,j.J .' -". DIRECTORS.. Gen., Frt and Pus. Aft. O.U.fflLLMANlI.P.A. .. s.LROUE5S.'u.AgtVN5V1U.t. :. ; i" .,
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-I Imported 'OUve Oil, Eetall by.pint, L *d.*,...,..!.' .:.t 'I7J{ 'l6Jt *" '. Pensacola. 1'1.. NASHVTU-t TENM. J <;
FOR SALE-We la.ve.a. lot of kef, .gallon or' largu duantlty G.-Morasso MP..........-....' :.;..' 88i is 4 C Covlngton, Frank Rcllly' :J F. E. Brawner, l'
suitable! for flower pots and.other. St. Co., ship chandlers aaoi 1 g'ro.era".101 L C..,.........;.: .:..018a": lBOCu. J.Henry M. Pfeiffer, W. 8, Rosasco C. W. Lamar, '5-- S ,
purposes; also a lot whiskey, syrup ..... .... ...... .
South Palafox.; foct. Pioo. ;. ; ; ; .IOOi 1O0N. >! T. F. McGourlo t J. Saunders, ,
and other barrels which are suitablefor :LU ........;.; ....;...1(1.-. Bryan Dunwody" "
FOR ,S.ALEr-For sanitary, purPoses r .. *.* I4v/B .. \ A. M. Avery, W. H. Milton, 0. E. Maura.W. LOUISVILLi & NASHVILLE RAILROAQ COMPANY -, '
packing crockery or fish and cured I S P.O ,...,* ....:}; ... ... .9 VS&l6B'D'O. S ." .
we have in stock Ground hydrated .... ......-... ,.. : L. CawthonJ; Dr. W. J. Hannah- McKenzie Oertlng, "
meats. We ; : ; 14S Ifl8tP
buy all kinds of barrels, E. Thi.ie.aa4'L.cal, i Thai Ttklas Between Pcngaco'a' and Paints NOl!! .
C. Clark. '
Ia M Covlngton M '
and re-cojpcr and clean them gup. Tennessee Lime,in strong paper bags, .,, ..... 180 1E0 > -4* -I : .
ply always on hand. If you. need any '40 Ibs. at 25 cents at ware house. A. E.1. 29 20 Safety deposit texts for rent at $%.00, Jlflfl and '$L M 1he year. Private apartment READ DOWTI READ UP ,." :
V. Gregory'and ... Trains Nos. .
barrels. have for corner Alcaniz. -,8.::1& 8S ( 1814 ", : for the convenience of customers. Trains Nos.
or any gale ring us In connection: : : .
Sjune T.e. .._.. 1S5Ptnn i57 ". 2 3 111T5.thn
up. Phone 235, residence phone 591, T'. *........ 1a4i '18tu.P. Four .nt interest Paid Time.I Deposits.; Pensacoia..Ar. "5 00am 4:00pnj: ,
o Lv. :
Pensacola Co. FOR SALE-Pair .spotted Syears per on 1: pm :: : ... i'I
Cooperage Geo A. ponies
...... .._ .... 1i2i. 150% '
.. .. ..Lv. 11:15am
Vucovich, Pres., No. 9 .S, Alcanjz.Umaylm. old sound and entle.. Don : am 6:20pm Ar. Montgomery. 9:35pm ;'
key and tart; just the thing! for children Ausley & Go's. Dally Cotton Letter ll:*am 9:10pia: Ar.. ... .Blrmn: am .. .. Lv. (:Upzn 33am: : Ii

Hinman&: Hecker. Century. .. ; 7PID 3t1am Ar..Nashville.! .._ ..I/r. 8:46am 2:25am: l' ';;!
New York June
FOR SALE-A lot or old newspapera. Fla. 23 xay Liverpool ,provo 364m :: T mL v. .. .. .i4ashvillo..Ar. 8:17am3:80am: 2:05am920pm: t.!, i:
Put up in bundles' convenient for ed distinctly favorable spots 'toeing! advanced BItTONG n. 1'.BV&'L s..ViuI.rn 8:15am Ar.. .. .Evansville..Lv. i" :':
L DS. l:2pam I
carrying. Only five cents per .bundle. FOR SALE-Second hand 25 H., P. 6 points while contracts were B..M. EUSHJflFlZ,of.n. Itiw SFIHJ) MOBESO,ABBV. 7:4ftam 2:18pm Ar .. .St Louis . ...,.LT. !8'45pm: I 3.30pm: '- ::1)

Apply this office. boiler.Method. Win, Laundry.lieU< cheap." Apply 13Apr11'DIREcTORY toNew four to five higher but cables stated Citizens National Bank T'b4Dis1s: : I L.v'':'. .. I.Nashv1lle .." .TIT 8:27am | 2:loam f.).'

CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton- 4 : that the spot demand ""was somewhat 2Ham ttbpt .Ar .. .Louisville . .Lv. 2.UatI! 9:30pa6:60p2i .J

Watson have just' received a large slack.! et Pe&ucolk, Florida. 7:2Sam aflu'Jr.t.\ .. Cincinnati ...Lv. 11:00pm: 't
supply of the latest city The markets on this side :were again OttHOTORS __:: __ ji..
of the subdivisions. maps The. maps showingall are dull from 4 to 5 higher. The government a... w.wr4gkt.MirH., Bw. T.m.Welles. Btac. :M. RoUaxxn. L.Ellton Qrwa. Between Pansacola, Mobile and New Orleans. r
.. ;
official and down to date and are I : -" weekly weather report waarather .A ftfffJMt BAkXING! BVtINtSS. TRAN9CTtO 4&1 3&2 1&4 5&.5 \ -
6 & 7 2 & 3
bullish that _
of.a. nature stating ; .
Joppa !Lodge No6 I. 0. 0. F. __ __ '
mounted ,
on heavy Regular -. .
--- -' ii5ainLVTPensacola. .Arl 5:00am
4:00pm 30pm
ot |
rams. were needed In every section : 7OOamillS5pm | ,.
price. J2.50; ,special price on lota .otflte I Joppa: Lodge, No. 6, L 0, 0. F, the belt .and in some; localities, t4e .- -. .'- ,-'-'.. .- -- '-- '-- I0:45am1'2:55afl1: 4:12pmAr: | .. .Mobile .LT.l2:40amjll:59am| 2:35pf ,{
or more to agents or real estate I I meets every Tuesday evening at 7Sfl ttTouth was causing serious damage,, 6:00pm: 7:15am 815pmAr... New Orleans..LY4) 8:15pmj.: . ._. 9:25&m .t ( .S
men. Hooton & Watson. o'clock Odd Fellows Hall. Belmont .
8may at f
Wis understand that Bremen -was a of Pensacola Improvement Bonds.
FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire I and Baylen street Visiting brethrenaro big '.bidder, the New Orleans market, City .; Flomaton, Pensacola, River Junction and Jacksonville 'rl!r. -'

hogs; best of breeding. As1,: for cordially! invited. : N. a two prominent exporters. reporting penomtnation! 1000.00 each. Dated January 1st, J&06.: Maturing January 21 I 5 I 1 I 3 I Trains do not stop at stations .1 I 4 II' 6 t j 22
catalogue. Carl Setterlind. Chipley ,. T. H FLEETWOOD tht they had received bids for large 1st,. .1336. Redeemable. .. 1st 1926. Interest 'Payable Seml-Annually. Dal1.YIDaUYIDailrIDaUy 1 where po time 11 shown \ \DailllDallylDall1; \
.Fla.. 31jan6m.Pe : lots yester4ay but in botft cases the WE OFFER FOR f SAUE,THESE BONDS .SUBJECT! TO PRIOR SALE, IN :::::;.'- 4:65:- 2:30: 2:50 LY.b ..Fboinawn .Ar. 1.5 125 8: ..'...
bid?;. were, refused on account of' the / .. .. .. 13:40 ....
.CeuLUry 1:21 ,
FOR SALE OR RENT-:Two lighters;' -- AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURC$.A.SER. ..... : IB5: 3:5.5. 8:2:
one with capacity for 75 thousand ft ;:wcola .Lodg?, NO. 3; 1 C. of P. Scajcity of spots. ...4. 5:07 2:41 t3:06J.: .. ...Blutr.Spr1ngs .. ...12:3 1:1 : .....
lumber the other thirty thousand ca meets every Monday 'evening at 8 It appears of'late that spinners have' .... .Z:51-S:201. .. ,. .. ..McDavid. ... ..12:22 1:95 j- ....10
been taking too 1UU$ for granted in The Bank of Pensacola .P1neBarren .. .. ..12:08 12:52 ..__
Hall :
pacity. Rates .reasonable, Alsq two o'clqck at their temporary Castle Peoples ... ::5:30 St'I'3361': ; '
ikiff boats for sale cheap 22 ft. long over ron stable W. Intendencia st. regards to the new crop positions end ... 5:39: 3:1313:50. .. .. ...Mol1no. .. ... .11:59 12:43 : .....

I ft. beams.! Telephone or write J, A, Visiting brethren cordially welcomed have been using their surplus stock Pensacola, Fia.frtt. .. 5:43 ..-.... : .. .. S.. .Quintette .. .. *11:5112:34 .7:32 ...... .1
rhaffln & Co.. Milton. Fla. 25mar! J. A, KUU PATRICK. C, G to such-a large extent-that'thir' sup- .... *5:53 ,.326'5i11: : ., ,. ..Cqttae Hill .. .. 111(4 '12:2 t1U ... ....
H. HORSLER. K' Pi .R. & S plies must soon be replenished: : cOjjRicleiable .... .5:57 '39'4:15./ .. .. .Cantonment .. .. .11:40: 12:26J 1:31. .... ,.
ON THE HIGH LAND-East: Hill elee-< to make their position secure .. *6:01.3:3tr.43: : ... .....Gonzalez. .. ;. ..11:351U:2l'16 ..., S
tric car line six Jots 100 ft,* front !or eeUJ1._ ot the against the possibility of the threaten- ---I-- -- -- ..: .
.AK. ..... 6t03'3:36'42&: .. a. .J ...Roberts. .. ... 111:3312:197:24 .... :
by 137% deep corners: BOO j ls14e( Ii1. ., lghti of' Columousare ed squeeze in both th? July and August N rYa ", ...,. '6:15.2:451.4:400.: .. .. .. .01ve.. .. ..e. '11:22'1z497:15,. ....
lots $6OO. There are no better situations held-at their hall, options or: a change, for the worse CAR Y db' CO.JIJ. ::" : ..... .6:21 *3:5114:48'S ..Brent. .. .. .. 'h1U104: .7oL.... .
than these )Jots. A. V Clubbs l'l0..8 .West Intend In weather conditions as affectlnf the.development "holM.1, and KetaU Dsl ei in "
Qo ..... ,625:54'4:62. .. ....OOuldtl.g! .. .. '1Ji1.UOl' 7osL...
'da l .streeton every of the new'crop. Domestic Anthracite 4:00 .Ar... ..Pensacola .Lv. 11:05 11:55 .. S
: ; Steam, ... '_ 6:30 5:001 7OOj. ..
SALE Nice clean'old newspapers S Monday evening at Again it Is known 'that the South .C" 0 A L -
at five cents a bunc!} ,ThU. of- 7:30: o'clock, Aa in has 'been selling enormously againstthe ; and ,Blacksmith: l-lo.: 21 f I :, No.12PMI
flea.REGULAR. I 'I1 Y vlUtlon "is extended new crop an4 eo :much of this business CCl e-NO. 4) South Palafox street Telephone 93. I 31
,- '"1 to visiting Knights. been done thai Itwoold i 5:001.! ... .". 1:00 Lv.. ..Penitl.cola ..... .AT 10:50.......11:15: ,
HACK UNE- Frow .Chip- JOHN. a .JONES has of forcea hotju1re 'Jar) comjir Tarragons and Gonzalez streets Phones. 6 and 372 S ... ...7:18. .. ....Boh2mf.i .. .. ... ... .. ....'10:55 J
icy, making connections 'with mail t much a crop s'CtJ'e.tq *' 1 5:201. .. P .. .. .. .
t r, S,' LEONARD, Qnmd.Ralght; which would compel tb hasty a ... 7:15. ..Gull nt. .11:33 ....10:53
launch for points on St. Andrew* bay. Recorder. ,, rise of these contracts, ? S 5:251.: .. ... .. ..... .... .. .. ..Yn"JOtra.! .. ........... ..........'10:60

Extra teams for traveling men. Good covering The Liverpool clock is commencing S 3t! ... .. .Ir 1:18.. .. ... ,Eseanibla.. .. . '10:28 ........*10-11 !
horses comfortable vehicles. Call on Diuahters .f Rcb kah. to marked falling 'oft.and New WARNING S 5:40..... 7:21 .. .. .. ...Mulat.. .. ...... *10:19....... .10:3S .

or address J. C. Sinclair Chipley Fla Naomi Lodge, Na 10. Daughters of show is also getting rid of the largs 5:45.... ... .. ... .. .. .. .. .Harp.. '0' .. ... ...... .. .. .10:3:
Telephone No 74. 28apr Rabekah. meets every Monday nightat York having lost some 5,000 ; 15:61.. ...... 1:15.. .. .. GaIt Cltr.. .. .... ...... ... .. *101
FOR ._ .; >- .i" f H
SAL& Bconomize by 'purchasing sIsterscOtd.iaU7 Invited to be present Private advices from the continent! \ S 6:35.: .... ... eq.... .. ,.' ...Good Range .. .... ... ... t 9.4a
choicest of lots on East IJillflt 7:03. .. 8:15 .a p.- ...H!>lts.. .. ... .. .. .... ... 9':15
J400$300 per lot,.no: present need J c Buying! S MUS., B. 'RTWITKOVSKI.; ; report splendid' need trade of conditions'IUd supplies. It having come to my knowledge that 91:26... 8:30.. .. ....Milligan. ," .. .. ... .. 8:5%
per lot and J750 for a.30 foot sptnnesa&1n ,. .. .. .. .
of MISS WILLIE' KENDRICK Sec. .all these' facts toto wasldsration ( 1:10.... 8:38. .Crestvlew.. ...8:38
strip Taking -
barren sand. :Three 'beauV-! C 8:09 .,. ... 8:66: .. ,. .Deer Land. ,. ....10Oo..... .. 8:0'
: .
ful sites of 'ld :. BTX:i jfo.; 81 i iqee'prst a14' with1 the scarcity of offerings some unscrupulous merchants are re
flva Jots each at J150Q lot ,-.11 demand S 8:33.: ... ,. 9.:10.: !, .. .lossy Head .. .. u I ... ... 7:40
each quarter block;. not- yerI0Gyd.( third WedQ a'7 ,evenIng. atl7:30 p. fTixithe. ayfficient interior the promises 9:16 ... '9:35... .De'unIakSprings.. .. .. : ... .. 6:67 -

from electric car line. A.' V. Clubbs. m, Rafford Hall, No 10deicl9 We Inteu.. to be ahsprbtbjB. '. mnautoiropatgoopmces. filling n'Bank Note Cigar boxes with I :30 ... ... 9:41. .'. .Argyle .. ..... .... .:..6:4
Sjune. ,1street.'/ .' ., ; .. .
? Tha. 9:52..... n. 4..951.. .. Ponce DeLeon. u .. .. 60
market promises tote scalp-
A..G'EL.1., Prea. .. .. .. ... ..
10:12. ... 10lG.. .. .WestviUe. .. 6:00 ;
FOR leg until zqmthIngtU'tn iij on
ALE-Fine Aotel site; best sU- J. L. SWUNEY"Sea, : one. inferior Cigars I Ivarn all such Merchants lO:22.b. 101S".Caryvil1e.; : .. 7:12. .. .. 5:5% r
the weather to
uation -
tel. 130 feet in the fronting city for. a tourist' ho- p'na ol, L&,bo'- o. %i.-O. 0. F.. : on the part map of tb.3 causa shorts.apprehension We/are 10:4E4.... 1t:3 ., "f" ....Bon1fay.. .. .... 6:55... .. 5:24 *
south by 172 feet T ... lOt1.. .. ... .. .. .. 6:31.: .. .. '
.Chlpey. 4:55
>>$ o\i'.t.odu'1iQ.(4. 0. inclined to favor the bull side the 11:12
deep i. 0: o(
looking on East Seville Government street, over. meets} ns ejery: Thursflarveiling at 7:33 11":J, summer positions on anr recessions i it is a violation :of the Revenue 11:29.......10:58.a.: .. ..Aycock. .. .. ... .6:27... ...4:39: S

street with square and Adams at tbefleWhahlPflsBelmP and Bayle": for a quick turn but ,believe: that: the 11:43... 1107.; .., ...COttonda1e.. .. .. .. 6:18. ... .. 4:2-1 '
open view of Pensa.c9la brethren winter positions a goodza'Invest'nent : : 1:10 .... 11.25.. .. ....3larlanna. .. .. .. 6:00: ..... Jf55 -
lapr.tay, $10,000 wjJ!\ buy the -propony. iavited.streets. Visiting' "B.. GREENBLATT.cordially. on the short ana side butMt<< likelyto law, and if persisted i'in,. they will be 12:44.: ... .115."Cypress.. .. .... .. : .. .. .. 3:19

Seer.tary. require patience and 'money'tothe '12:55. ... '11:2 ., .. ,.Grand Ridge.. .. .. : ... .. 3:01 f. I
TEA DRINKERS ATIE."TIO : j.; NE.VILLE.. get .Sneada. . .... .& .... ..
'Jfsou benefit of the decline whteh U thefulkst extent of the 1:13...... .12:02.. .'. .' : .%:4g
'I want a deliciouj cup of tea try: W: 0. \'i. sure to *COme once: the weight of the prosecuted to 1:30.... 1:15' ,,.River JunctIon : .... ... 2:3()

Our Own". Bleed it Is superior' to any Ijok> Camp...No, l." W. '.). W, new crop is felt'upon th market. 10:50 .... '1.0 Ar .. JacksonviUe. .. L'Y r : .. .. 4:0'AX :

dollar tea on. th''martet! Only_ '0c msets 'i in' Pythian Hall 1st and ,3rdWe'4nesd 'ff law. .. : I ,1 :PRANK REILLY __'. PM I A 11 ,, PM ', -
>Per> pound. A. valuable ticket in.evry y_ .:la. each.'mwith.( VIsittni ; : --
8,(>kage.' New Orleans Grocery .Co. sovereigns ,cordially -Invti d. WB WILt SLI. FOR EX\.tEN % ; : : Trains 21 and 22 and trains 2 and 3 carry: through sleeping car betwetj
,- :: >. *: -,, via River Junction Seaboard Air Un.
-' JacksonTllle and
hone DAYS $3 WELT Pensacola and
103. Jas. McHugh, Prop. F:; A. BOGH1CH. C. C. SHOES "FOR M N S Sole Agent. -,-,- --'U.
.JWle. 'I LESLIE E. BItOO $. .Cjerfc 1 AT $2.50. THE M. 4Q,. *Train stay oa giguaL '



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PAGf ttflHT 'rHE PENSAC'OLX, JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY' ,MORNl'rfG,- JUNE 13,. 1908 : -. _

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t f.t ... I BA-SEBALL ; :f! ) ; ',.,-' .- ?- ''-, 'j"vr H: : '--=0

NfWS Gi1HtflEQ E : ; ,, > :

f* Shoes of Quafity..and o C o.
: Fol4owing l are the scores in the prl1: : : :;: ; ::

I. ,. Spal baseball games-. play-sd yesterr : ,;-T ,? *_...' *..;*. ..y.5. f. f ". :'%...&, .'-.- .., ,._-1. .. .
ABOUT O II day: :\. 1I '...,.. -' ; : '" '" "_. ". .or'. '" ..."' ,- : ,.
American League. :. -" .- .. : : :
i 4' ;. ':" : .
t ; >,
Comfort ''''' <
Chicago 3;. Washington 2, (twelve ,.,' 'i" 'ii; Turn
r < "
innings.)' ,-<. '
't' Detroit. 8 7/ '? t:, > :; .
; Philadelphia :
[ W HH. f Cleveland: .) t5, ; New:: York '4, (twelveInnings. t : : :

A combination of two sterling qualitiesthat .: ." ,- St. Louis 15; Boston 3* ;;V F: tt"e of
0 '
t" .. ; :- :: a .
make shoe { ; : ? '
here 1" _
i buying a pleasure, 'National l League: : ; > #

? I as well as a positive saving'*of money Cayo Manzanilio t and Bumpy En-- Philadelphia" 2;; Pittsburg.6., ". 'Ms
N.w York '
; Cincinnati 5. ;
T-f 1 to you.Hanan. : .-.tefedfor' lumber and ji..lber, :' Brooklyn Boston 5;I;St.-'Chicago Lo lsl''2.0: "' --''-;:: 'i;; : : Amer can. Queen.1 .

.. : '
: Cargoes .
; /

:1 Crosset and Douglas -- .- ., \t :. :"Shreveport Little Rock Southern 7 2;; Birmingham Atlanta! League 1. 13."New' :. Upside down and you. -iwill. >flbtice! how live

The big ,turret 'steamer: TBurnby, ,
Orleans 3. "
ft' : Captain Thomas, entered"latj 'y'estsr- Memphis 3; Nashville; Montgomery 4. it 'is with .carbonic gas; .then:, .i-dears, so
Ii Summer Oxfords day afternoon from Las Palmas; consigned ,
to:tie) -William ,S. Keyser Co.. -- 'brilliant t 'that It shines all
., South Atlantic League.: .. : : :ptire; clean and
yE I:The.: vessel, will at puce; preparetake : to :-,

E t!C'r i ( on firm.a cargo"'at lumber- .. "and TTi3.BTitish,8teame.r timberby'that Columbla-Maoon.Charleston 0;: Savannah"postponed 2. ,rain: :-, .- : :,: :the 'way through-not .a tint. of cloudiness.Open .

... Just in and how'nice1 Augusta Tacksonvitle
day ;
step see '
any ;Car )JaJ1zanU- ? .
: : the rich '
rain. will notice at once sav
: bottle and > ,
B lo. consigned to the Gulf Tratj&t Com: a you .x
ly and snugly we can fif ypur instep. pany, arrived in port"yesterwy.' Th3 ', ironia of hops peculiar to this brand:and to our metn--
bry ;
3;. Bay' Minette 0.: i .. .
steamer ;w load her ,8/pa% cargobflumber 'p
.r i Men's fine socks in blacks,;;tans, greys and. timber. "and pppce&T.to< Brewton lAlat, June 12. .(Speclal+ )-. j S od*. of brewing it. .

and fancies from two for five Bermuda where shif ,w&'completeloading .. Brewton.c'efeated' Bay Minette here : : : : be attained by
to to, con-
.. twenty for England!' : this afternoon: before a crowd of about I \ -- Taste it and you will enjoy a' flavor only

f fifty cents each. Friday The 'ste from mer'New Monviso Oriels.;;Ii' "f She e"lle'willload *:e three'hundTed'by"th Batteries-LYle and ?Dudley' score of for 3 Bred to 0,1- tS summateskill in brewing; by :.using, .the..finest materials, and by

i a cargo of 2,000 tons of:pnO& ha.f e 'ton; Cooley and Worneth for Bay ," drinking American Queen beer. ,
rock and lumber ..and 'timber for Minette. Base hits-Brewton 3, Bay LV
Spezia. r' ". Minette 3. It is in a class by itself;; :a /;beer without a peer, brewed in

THE WHITE'STOREPhon The steamer August mQ t.s. _ex:, the South, for southern conditions :of health and' weather; a
f JOHN pceted to reach port about the 27th. ;
on" beer 'which 'lilts the spot exactly.
She has board 'a cargo'of'kahtfrom t is ., wholesome, hearty
DOw merely a memory of the past '
Rotterdam,.and.as. soon as this is
I T 225 '205-2Q7 S. PAUFOX discharged win load cotton;phosphate Ballard's Snow' Linhnent" is the family Remember these facts and watch for but next ad on,American Queen. __

and lumber for Antwerp; '- .- liniment. of thetwentieth cen-
The,steamer'E..O. Saltmarsh'whichis ; tury. A positive cure rfor': Rheumatism '
Acme wing o.
now onthe: Serrarlinte.1s. due.tIta:: Burns Cuts Sprains, Neuralgia 1- ?
[ ; etc:, MrC..- H. -Runyon, Stan
few days from Cuban:port8".where she 11 \
; berry,.. Mo., writes: "I have used MACON GA-
between '
carried cargo. She
A BIG REDUCTIONIn here and'Liverpool+ is gnd'Will plying loadf 6 Ut Snow Liniment for Rheumatism and( ', .\\
REAL all pain. I can't : :enough In itpralse.u s ,

the Amount of [ESTATE T T[ a general cargo for, the' ."-lattJ, '.-'r'port.> ""\ !: Sold by all say' drugslsts.. ; \ ,.

To all White re: tersThere* = NEWS OF THE WE! K .

HEADACHESSInce T TRAN.S N fEFollowingis will be a meeting Wednesday;"June I I...
,. 13, 7:30 p. m., room:1, old armory, AT BUSY rLORALACHILDREN'S - i H
building. All are cordially invited "to SHIPPINI "

the People Are UsingBromo attend.9june2t .' ,- /Committee' -e. .. .' NW[ Equit blePo'Heies Proved Good Investments

a list of.the real estate :.
transfers recorded yesterday, reported : DAY' EXERCISES" "' A' I "I'haye" reserved} the yartous, options: of settlement on my policy,
by the Pensacola Abstract Co. The Letater'i Birth 1'fa'e.' S 312,707, and hereby"accept'the'option which for
: GREAT.SUCCESSPREPARA' Arrived. I : provides a paid up
Wm. H. Knowles "Didyoa ever see, the name.aloeter b I of' Withdrawal of the
to Board of Public Cayo ''HanzanillQ, !Br ss, Cowdy policy 10,000 and the dividend in cash. This is
Vin Instruction, block 173, New City Trt., Is born with?" asked a'fi ti dealer TIONS FOR' MASONIC DAY. ;1908, Galveston, to Gulf Transit Co. ,I I the secondlpQlicy.: : I have'settled; with you in past two years and in each

$4000. '; the other day.. "1t is: marplt? on.;his. ;'. .r !Burnby; Br- ss, Thpmas; 2361, Gal case my policies with the.Equitable: have proved good investment- "
Aubrey-Maura to.Pensacola Invest-: body. No? R'eU'I71 ehoV-you oni:" veston to the W. S. Keyser Co. I This is part of letter from one.of Pensacola's leading lawyers. Those
For went Co., Nit of the SEii of Sec. 21, The dealer' a live lobster out 'a.f Special to The Journal.Florala 'Sailed. interested'may see original letter and get explanation of poficy.Knowles .
Salo '
\ by T. 1N. of R. 30 W. 80 :A., $100 another d a heap on the marble slab. Petunia 'Br ss, for Rotterdam. ,
considerations.S. ,,June.,12.- ,011" Sunday night ;
: White's PharmacyPALAFOX fits name is Joe," :the.:"'dealer:'said last the Methodist church 'was filled Goodwood, 'Br ss, for Greenbck. Insurance,. Gen'l Agtj
M. 'Waiting'to Aubrey Maura W'
.. after he had Inspected-one of IS. legs Bros.
: STREET. % of the SE'} of Sec'21, T. 1 N. of ."r ow. can you find it?" ';.. overflowing' 'to :witness'. the CMtdren's ; VESSELS I IN'PORT.Steamships. Fire, Life! Pensacoh
R. 30 W. 80 A., $1 and other D y'exercfses.' The 'program "
E Manufactured J> consider. I
y The customer took: the lobster .
was excellent
G. VAN: tions. and the manner in > .,"
t Mobile, Ala. Jno. C. Avery et.. a!.. to Aubrey .by the back ot,the neck; whereIt which i it was rendered'; showd that Federica; Aust. ss, Zan 2261. New -
: Maura could not reach his hand with'lts'mp:, tbladles who bad /sJ! 1t'sme' two Orleans to Gulf' Transit' '. .
W4 of the SEy of Sec. 21 T. : Company. ........
1 N. of R. 30 W.. 80 'A.; $1.and other pers; Turning It on lts-back-$ ,thatthebrown'legsatits'sideflopplcl weeks' -in rehearsing-the children, Mrs: : Barendrecht 'Dutch ss 2092, Heck- ,t .OOHtO' .N104N.NN$4..4.4$N4N4N1441.
considerations 'back- 0. R. Smith and Misses Doster and ,stra, Rio JanJero. : : .: :Y' 1VA.OOLA, t
What Your Eyes See J. J. Hooton to Frank' B. Bruce E!ir ward, 'a "smooth streak half; an Inch Bailey had;spared no'? ain3 to -makeit Earlswood, Br. ss, Fayn, 1840, Pt Iron Works
of block 273, New City Tract, $100 and/'i long and nearly as wide'was seen on a success!1 About. fifty participated. Inglis to J, A. Merritt & Co. and.Supply Co. :
:, other considerations. the Inside.of the thighIn.; tors streak'; One of the most"attractive features Elizabeth T. Doyle, Am sch. Crouch II Manufacturers
ft" ;you must believe. So you need not I was .the recital Cf '"TIe i attitudes" er.64r, and Repairers of MACHINERY AND 'BOILERS t
take Minna Pleasant .!.Matilda 'W'illiamsI : like a mosaic, were short lines, as New York to order. FORGINGS, ,MILL AND STEAMSHIP
any other person's word for it SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
but callon me and t Ni: ti of lots 1 and.2, square 35, 19 though some one had printed 9 lJtwltb.Indelible' ;; by fifteen little childreit"*. Miss Bailey Exmbor., Br ss Storehouse 2297 i:' REPAIRS: A SPECIALTY.! Prompt attention given to -all orders. *
pent'Tract $550. brown ink in backhand the presided 'at the organ. Madiera to Hrer'Bros.Manses day .
or night Agents for James
: McKay & Co.'s I
1; "SEE" I Henry C., (Flowers to H. L. Flowerlot s, characters J-O-E. ,7-i -1"SomeHobstera 0. Beardsley, who has'been at Oppt T. Tunnell Am sch Tun-. j I r.: Timber Dogs.al3q-chainso) all d scrfvt: n8. Office celebrated phone 123..Log Realf and

3, block 12Sfew; City, $100.. : are:nametf Jim,:? the for'the past" three, weeks'. is here for'a n.en,1239; Philadelphia to order. .. dence'phshe,102L: P. t 0.: Box 123.. 'PHIL WITfMAN Mgr
tot yourself what swell summer good] Leslie E. few days. : John L. In( l6'. Am.-tug. 98, Sheldon, .. e
Brooks to' J. S. Reese, an' dealer said, "some Jack ofti era :Jo ? NN 44.O..e1401aaoeeeeeae saeieoee..e0 lA1m14tHO.
I am showing and atSUMMER Messrs. W. J. % L. of New Orleans, to J. A Merritt.
r I undivided # interest in blocks and Hanna I : ,

. PRICES. 302, 322 and 323, New City $100 and 297'a!!!': Juu I."once clearly made-out. the.Sara' .e Hartford: spent a'few" days: here the Mexcan! ;'Brit. ss" 2728, Slater, from ."."' '''''''''''''''.''.'''..''.''','....,.'.''',''.'''.'.'''.'''''.'.' ,, ..''''.'..... ""'.....V.............................................."."'..'' MI'......'.'''.'..........................".:"'...'''1.TTT. /
r \ other considerations.' latteroart. of last w' ek"Mtr. thoubrother New Orleans":' In Gulf Transit ('ii > "1
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.; li'ght-weight Serge Coats from $3, Lee Danislj! to .Mamie E?sart: lot 26 I;I A Star ...'. Ladder" '- 'Ji; W. Hanna;"'' ""'" r. Senator,"Brit ss, 3049-, Pyle, New Or.deans EVERYTHING: FOR BUILDING SUPPLIES
L to $7; S'.cilians: and Aupacas in abu n(.j i to 32. inclusive, block 26, ,E. Pensaco-. Stories The Florala baseball_team" left Monday' : to,A.. Brown.. i ,
F dance at from $4.00 to $10.00. Qne of.;.la City Tract Sec. 5, T. 2, S. of R. 29 pails {deer with tarn ;barrels, of morning for ,mat&"ly. Ga.' where: Wentmoor.[ Br ss, 2,508, St. Vincent BRICK, 'LUMBER SASH, DOORS SHINGLES.. WE FURNISH {
gr those Serge Coats (single or double.: W.- $250. I I water on their heads' are common they:will.play a series,"of three games to. Hyer Bros. HOUSE BILLS COMPLETE. '
breast) with a 'pair of those swell I !i Leslie E."Brooks-to Emma L. Thorn-I enough among Maine, a.1(Adirondack The Florala team defeated Blakely <
light r' as and Julia EvThomas guides, but it is left for Enrope'to come three successive games last seasonon ShIps "
trousers, will dress you up lots 24 and E.
t-r the summer, together with some off( 31 ft. 3 :Inches 'of tots 1. 2. 3 and 4,i to the fore with a variant Some bunts- their own diamondPreparations : ,Canara., 'ItL chip, 1495, Repetts Ge < Phone 11. H- G. DeSILVA & CO.
t those gauze and balbrfggan..underwearat I block 44, 'WV King Tract $675. I men near Innsbruck cime'upon a"'stag ( are being made to entertain noa;, to' 1 Iast r.. v.. v. vN. nMywWyNNIi1N00NN4ei4i41
EOci and $1.00 per suit, and your J. W. HyeK and ''Henry Hyer to W. with a ladder on its &ntlers.:; ,In spite a:large crowd.)of visitors on _' Harvest Queen, Brit ship Forsyth = ,
t whole outfit won't cost you'over V. Coleman, lots'16. 17 S V of 12 and of this handicap it made' trt great June 23rd. The town and 'Masonic Rio Janero'to': ; order.'Nordstjernnen -
$12.50.. 15, block9,- lodge will have everything in readiness Nor NN4/011.04/4WNN4/N0914.N//411.
f Call and let me show you. m King Tract, $1 and speed on seeing trig' -man, leaping ship, 1,635.
other considerations.L. hedges and dashing through' the as the 24th of June has been eel. Jraksen, ,La Guayra to W. S. Keyser "
M. Davis to Antonio Barbarrie g growth' if quite unimpeded. Iffe tpder-mad ebrated annually here'' for' the past d; Co. I Let There Be
JOSI COLEMAN and Mrs.. :i.. Saccora the N. 125 ft. career was stopped, however'when the forty or more years. Among the features -r Barks.. Light"In j
of lot. 341.;>and the E. 5 ft. of the N. ends of the ladder between two'trees. will be a public Installation of Antigua, Nor bk 1348, Ferguson.
125 ft.. of lot 340, block 19, Old City, caught officers of the' Masonic lodge a baseball N w:Orleans to A. Zelius.
$1000 and, other considerations! Its struggles were so frantic at game and a'bjg'ba11becue+ dinner. De'gregori Gio'Botto, Ital bk. 1294. I response to this command, press, the button and a
'f, 'f'. \fr. 212 S. Palafox St. the approach of the hv 1t5m n's. dog The, city bonds: ,are now bein'g prepared Genoa,'.to Rossasco Bros. bright though soft floods the room. This is done with !ft'
\ ; Phone 727. THERE( ARE.: FEW that it broke off part of its antlers and; and wilf be placed on the mar King Malcolm, It bk Gufl 1233 Ge- ourPneumatic .
people whQ.know how to take thus freed, made good its escape. The ket in' the. near future* They'are fot i.oa to Huges & Co. :
.r- \ -- themselves-the majority do care of ladder proved to belong' to'-a, farmer $25,000_and will be used to make sev- LuisaItaL ,bk. 1591, Montano! from
liver"is a most important not'The who had left it standing against one of eral local improvements. Nolloth to master. Gas Lighters :
r: in the body. Heroine! ) will keep organ it ia his haystacks. While:stealing the hay Work on- the'new'city jail is being Lake. Erie;ItL bk., 928. Efigan,' -Basom !- .

condition. V. C.. Simpkins, Alba, the stag' had evidently upset tl1e' lad Bushed rapidly. The*building will be to Masters You,are invited to call at our office and see them at work :
It''lnvolvesNo Texas, writes: "I have used Her der, which had thus become. fixed; on of concrete blocks with two; steel cells Monroj1a..N: lorbk, 1449., ,Base, Ham- Prices. < for" installation: very modest Reduced prices toriltamraatfng +
bine for its inside. The blocks are the output. of ,burg to''onjef.Sonoclan.; Y
.Chillsand Fever and find It horns. : : gas make I
the best medicine I a local plant. : Port Uruguay bk 1112 gas cheapest lighting agent inthe
would -be ever used. I ,.,.. .. The Florala Bri cc'Company hasfit.ed Ferre5,;Mentevideo to German American city. *
not- without it r *
: More It Is as ... LbK; Co. :
one'kIln of .100,000 brick t'
good forchildren as it is for up and ] I
grownup PRESS start other kilns' to' wil1'j'I' Precur ore, Ital bk Schiafflno 1508. Pensacola
peopleand recommend it It JT H burning in I Genoa, to Rosasco Bros. ; : Gas Company \
near- future.
is fine fop 'La Grippe. f
druggists.; Sold by all BUT/TON ,The' government Spero, ;'Nor. bk 623 Bostig Las
Effort recently sent several '
4 ..-- thousand black bass to be plac Palmas,: : ; Phone 1.48, 24 and 27 E. Garden |
, 4'' Sterling, Nor bk, Ellepsen LabltaBay'to"order.
ed in
Lake o1411T
Jackson .
& and within few ..
I :
PESU.1rST'S) QUESTIONS. ;. / years, this .lake ,will be a fine fishing '* -. HN7IN INS
and but comparatively ; ,s ground.' Sehocners. "' ..
't little more expense.to get'a Why,.Ii. i.i.t. that; a' cleaning of window .. I Mr.-W. L. Helms and familyarrivedhere Donna Christina. Am. sch, McLeod ';
first class suit than Itii' la. the signal for a: rainstorm 7' I Monday on their way from Dothah .! 165. .Belize.. AWNUAL
get an ordinary 'Why Ia John Always late the night the to OeFuniak' where they will-visit r41. Hubert .Barkentine.
unsatisfactory, everydaysort 'FullerAm barkentine, 679,
cook is atives for-several
out and visitors 'weeks.
merely of knowing a garment.what:It's to la the evening?, ,. are expected ry T: A.:Hall's.new.bar is rapidly net\- Rasa. Port. of Tampa,' to C. W. Oliver. cannot ,be lost and they may be used to

I I And why, oh, why Ingcompt tiOD. Mr.. Hall's loss in'the '
:_ ,Set andwhere to get it! ( dp visitors always
recent the
fire '
I 'come .theone. afternoon In the : he carried $4 was 600 very of insurance.heavy, although, NOTICE. 3 premiums each year if the insured
week when Is not-
'x f Your l ceive theme one, 'dressed, to re The first water! melons to be brought There will be a 'ape. so choQSes -Alif Endowment with
to Florala by. local growers were ;cial meeting of Mt ; Policy
a.\ 'I Wbj'doee'a: ;woman'think: she has so I brought by IJ>r. Spears Monday.. Horeb R. A. Chapter, annual dividendsthe
'.' ... t i much::better 'taste than her richer Haa4lClt-ad clIlly s Periilct fii i Engineer Charlie Hilburn/of Pen 'No. 6, on Thursday, 14 Union Central Life

1'-1'S ommer : neighbor'I{Abe:but" 'had'as' :much. money, l.lflIlJlr ptia: N.ct-1Jier / was here Saturday. He was I Jnst, at 7:30 p. m. Work is the
i ,to. graaJTr )t?; -eo or I &ktq.ink Ie.mdo Iar{ on hiswar to.Andalusia, where he is i ia 'in P. M. Degree. most satisfactory*

iit : Why la., .that a leak In the pipe Ia Toa dmply rteM ti ktttM -witness .in a law suit W. E. ANDERSON,
t' I always discovered Saturday afternoon, la the picture,aEagle$15p)u,>4 the.- pea 411I(a Court convened In''Andalusia Monday Secretary' V : ,B.' S, WILLIAMS, General Agent.
I IIii '
rf- and a number'ofFloralaltes
when are i in
a plumber cannot be
found until .
Suitn .. '" T11; esen' Building.,
Monday morning? Write the Ls.taat attendance.. Phone 608.
.,thePQWOff. F
Iii \ be ,well bought if you Why la it that when one has made a f. ,
: get it here. We ITORSAFES
purchase i1e'ieea ten'minutes
later .
dress man and _Jtoh't let. your tcfcn4 suffer with
boy equally !
something else which would have been
weJL The prices that cough when'you'can cure it with Everybody Works
tango better or cIi aQer or,more becoming-' Flash '. But t Father"Even
from $6.50 up to $18 and Ballard's. Horehound ;Syrup a sura i "
j ,j $20. Any way, 'see 'our' Philadelphia! Ledger. KO.IJ with 14 karat nlU nU I cure for'Coughs.' Bronchitis, Influen:. "h1q.sffe was awarded,the '
Suits pet point-lae mlcuuzcd ia, Croup.and grand prize at the he i is 'b sit '
before buying.! .In She...rt'. rakbei u4 fully furuteed' Buy a' bottle and Pulmonary try it Disease ', '' -World' Fair and al-, > gi.pningto; up and take, !notice, since we installed '
j ;"" "Cbump1 ISh-' was 'doWn to the club EaaIe 'F1aaJa"lOW.No...Z5witla .$%.SO 'B. .B. Laughter Byhalia, Miss": Jhoofh/ } inexpensive, It is : those fans, lights 'and bells.
safe made.
last night and -started''telling us one .Ea&1e! "f1aah" Ha 21 writes: 1 have two children who had the best.
. of his.longwinded stories.1'"About Jar-..,oidLd.$4.ooidCCitaS croup. I tried many different reme PENSACOLA
1 f, that horse'of his, I suppose?" dies, ''but I must'' say'our Horehound' We Keep). Them in Stock ELECTRIC COMPANY

"Tea,'and use docked his tale." Syrup is 'the best Croup and f'and
-Ksnsae IartI i -
jIi Ctty'Diovers' Telegram.DUcipllne.. Ask TOUK DIAUK. If In4oeut Cough medicine I ever "used." Sold I lip give you justwhat 570.
It H. .0, ANCON "FLASH"ld| ala euttkeesi by all ,druggists. you want or if we

11lfbeN. leU tk retaU direct Jla.fe1l got'what you want
prfcc to
This Is'thV W 11i mothia- ... E peII MIIiteI1..... NOTICE." wI. can order It for you ,..OadoaTour
l p disciplines: aa The ladies 31
If of St. Catharine's churchwill
CASH CLOTHIER .and save you money. Drop
She spnks her child for' crying '
for a Eagle Pencil Co.Macs&ctoKn give a birthd y.'par.ty: at the Catholic us a postal. ICE COAL and WOODConsumers9
slice of cake, and 'then"when! It cries Knights' Hall on Ba len street on Jt'WlJt.JQhoson. .
jJ Corner Palifoi! iad Math.i because ot'the spanking; she gives It /Bro.dw&7.Ne Thursday afternoon, June 14th. Children ir.3ss: the

: #. t tj the.:whole'cak* to" comfort" 'it-Atchlson. York t;;; i !. from 5 to 7; adult, from eightto ; & Son Inc. ice and Fuel Company.

ii' Globe.T:., \ .'_ 'eleven. Refreshments and don : oeioe-l'Dtr :JJi$f. and Tarragona. PhoM 259.Mrtfel .

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