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 14, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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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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Sate Expects to Adjourn by I RAILROADS CONVICTED OF Governor Magoon.SaysJealthConditionsAre I' /;:f ,' ]...

June 27 and,Will, Make GIVING FREIGHT REBATESPACKING ; Best on Record TERRIIC.WIND AND RAINSTORM New Orleans Bidder, Although Not: 'm- : ,

Decisison: I IV and Death Rate Very[ Low, IN WEST FLORIDA the Lowest, Was Considered ,4 '.

...... the Best. .
A' FINE OF FROM'$1,000, TO .$20,000 ON EACH OF THE FOUR. r l! .
STATEHOOD BILL V COUNTS. V Mobile Will Permit Fruit'Steamers \ "'

to Enter from Havana. MIN[ nrEnATOnI Buildings, Crops and Timber Dam- BRYAN CO. LOWEST :1 fi .'

By Associated Press. granting rebates to the Armour,Swift' and Railroad Tracks :
Oklahoma and Indian Territory to Kansas City-June 13._In the federal .I Cudahy and Morris packing companies ,'f I'' ...

be Consolidated. .. jury court.here returned late,a verdict this afternoon! finding the the ; on deferred export to June shipments.22. The Sentencewas penalty. QUARANTINE BOARD, ADOPTS 'HAD H TO P PAYTRIBUTE f Washed Out. But Bid Was Rejected After Considerable -.j t".) I

Chicago, Burlington and- Quincy! Railroad involves a fine of from $1,000.00 to RESOLUTIONS' REGULATING I Argument. ::,

Company 'guilty on four counts of 42 ,oM.oo on each count. TRADE' WITH CUBANPORTS AND CENTER OF STORM PASSED EAST V '
Louisville Welcomes the "
APPROPRIATING $2,000,000()() Home Coming KentuckiansBy I SEWERS CUT FROM ORIGINAL ,;;

Associated.Press I AND TRAINS: BADLY DELAYED.One .
MUST BEAR THE GOVERNMENT Jefferson, Bell. Governor Beckham to speak for the HATTON APPROVED BY :
Washington, June, J13.-Governor I
Louisville ,June 13.-Cloudy skies state. Governor Beckham presented to Clerk in Order to etRailroad's
LABEL. Magoon at Panama wired to-day: THE CITY COUNCIL. I
V and a heavy rain: Inlerferred with the Henry Watterson who made the formal : of the most severe wind and
"There are po suspected cases.of yellow Order.
opening day "Home Coming Wee&," address of welcome. Former Governor rain storms that has visite' West
,fever. at Colon' A doubtful case V
By Associated Press but as moM; of the exercises to-day David Frances, of Missouri, responded .. reported 'evidently, notVyeUow: feveras Honda\ in years struck the Gulf coast The city council at its regular meet.

were scheduled for inside ths great for the returned Kentuckians: I about 175 miles east of Pensacola
ing last night directed the Board of
Washington, June 13.-T11e republican there have been no -oases since.I t By Associated Press.
I armory direct interference by the The floral paratfe'which'was planned Tuesday and passed to the northeast,I Bond Trustees to enter into
steering committee of; the Senate i Health conditions are excellent May I Philadelphia, June -13. W. A. Guthrie a con ';
to-day considered a date for adjourn V weather was not great.' for this afternoon.was postponed
inent of the present session. The.!, A welcome for the city was extended later In the week on account of the smallest for the past twelve months. ;commerce'commiss'on today at a hear crops and, in some instances, to leans, La., for the construction of the !
Barth-who introduced inclement weather. ;: ing of the railroad inquiry that when buildings and other
concluson! :was reached that there was by MaY9r ,_; property. The storm and sanitary sewers of the city
he applied at the office of
WILL ALLOW VESSELS'FROM storm was first reported off the northwestern
nothing in the way of ending the ses ,Manager :Atterbury of the Pennsylva- I of Pensacola.. accordance with the !

s.on about June 27. It is believed HAVANA'TO, LAND i nia road for orders for company fuel, coast of Cuba on June 9 and, revised plans provided by the board -

every important matter will be dis. Florida and Georgia BankersAsk -" I I he was told he could get'them by pay after working back and forth in the after the first bids received for the "

posed' of by that time. \ Mobile, June 13.-The:: quarantine ing the clerk Atterbury's office an vicinity of the southern end of the I work had been rejected on account of V

struck V Issue of Small Bills board of health to-iaay'adopted a resolution -allowance.of'' three cent per ton. He peninsula for several days started being in excess of the appropriation V

An unexpected snag was V providing that ':.fruit steamers did not say who, imposed the condi- northward', the center of the storm and about 9 miles of sewers cut from

later, however in the possibility that horn Havana be allow-sd: to enter this tions. He reported the matter to not far the original plans. The amount of the V
passing from The
the type of the Panama canal must be Vice-President Pugh and secured an Apalachicola. bid was $309,640.60, and the bd: specifies -
settled before adjournment. Secretary; By Associated Press and the passage of the bill for that, port after disinfection the quarantine -order without'paying the allowance. rainfall was terrific, amounting almost. that the work must be completed

"Washington, Jane. 13.-ISenator: Bacon purpose, now pending before the house station, provided all. members- of Other matters developed regarding the to a cloudburst and as a result sever within 400 days from the date of its
Taft Is in
earnest to have the type In the senate today'' presented a Senator Bacon said "the"shortage was the craw, excepting the master and purchase of cars by the Pennsylvania al washouts occurred on the P. & A. commencement The bids received for ,
fixed before the much fur from'the convention of due to the fact that gold 'certificates '
work memorial joint
goes Railroad Company to be used by the the work follows
: two engineers, he held at the quarantine are as :
division of the L. & N. delaying train
ther. Florida and Georgia! Bankers.! session cannot be issued.in smaller denomination independent coal mining companies.It Bids Received.
Secretary Taft was in consultation In Atlanta, asking for a'larger: is- than twenties and suggested' that! station and the holds of,all vessels was declared companies afterward number 2, due here at 10:40 Tuesday: Talbot-Uhl! Co., Logansport V

to-day with Cannon and sue of one) two' and five dollar bills a more elastic system was necessary. be-.disinfectecL after the dischargeof reimbursed! the. .railroad for night for over 20 hours.Twentyone / Ind . . . . .$325,081.60(
Speaker at Mobile "Tie: is "
cargo ; privilege the cost of such cars.ANOTHER Hours Late. R. C. Storrie, New Orleans. 309,640.60

Chairman Hepburn and a disposition to expire! with the current,pineapple I IN I The first reports of the storm reached A. B. Carter, Toledo, O. ... 354,598.15
I, apparent to settle the matter soon. BAUGETIV seasonwhich ends yithjn the 'next Bryan & Co.. Jackson. .. 307,632.80
COST0N AND \ the city shortly after midnight
I four or five week 1 Tuesday, as reported in The Journal of Black & Laird. . ... . 337,077.25The V

REACH AGREEMENT ON !I '. N [ l 10 rnCEMT [ : yesterday, when L. & N. train nnm- meeting was ccalled to order at
THE STATEHOOD BILL V ,ber 2 was stopped by washout just 7:30 o'clock with the following present
NOMINEES I : Mayor Bliss Aldermen Met -
---- MUCh1C. east ot Sneads. The train arrived in ,
--June'. [R&tO"MP t''Hugh. Maura, Muldoa Hays, Cahn,
Washington 13.-Applause : ". SI the city last night at 7:30, V nearly
; ,. :' -, I Barrs, Wright Rellly, IXAlemberte,
from .both sides of"the"house: "greeted '" ,. -. : tW2nty- ne, hours behind schedule
-- VV time. Train number\ 1, leaving the Christy and Yonge. Chairman Hilton .
RepresentatiYe Hamilton, Michigan. '! PEN lTY cityv.at 7 o'clock yestenaay morning,t Green, pf the Board of "Bond Trus-' .

to-day when he announced that the For Representatives in the.Legis' FINE[ "RESENttBEING [ 1 went out without a mail >car .on account tees, Chairman Zelins, of the Board
conferees on the statehood.bill had P PASSED[ [EAST T'Of of the delay to number 2 of the of Works, and Chairman Ingraham,

reached an agreement and asked thatit lature-Baggett'| Majority Bight before and the mail clerk had of the Board of Public Safety were

be printed in the record.Th > to do his work on a table: in the baggage also in attendance.
(her Jacoby 89CloptonRuns TOVBEVADDVED K car. Train 22, due at 11 a. m. Report of Trustees.
? day was spent on' the sundry 1 The Board of Bond Trustees being-
yesterday reached the city at 8 o'clockj'
civil appropriation A\\\ with the excep. Ahead of Wiggins.ALL [ [ERECTED[ [ mfr:: last: night and train 21, due to leave I unable to reach a unanimous understanding -

tion of an hour devoted to the question 1 IOn for Jacksonville at 5 p. m. did not get,. as to the- bids. received. submitted V
until nine a report to the city council la V
of the abolishment of receivers of the away owing to the fact that I
All City Taxes Which Are Not there were no coaches with which to which the names of R. C. Storrie and
land offices, which the house refused OF THE TWENTY-THREE PRE. make it up. The New Orleans sleeper Bryan & Co. were mentioned as the-

to sanction. -UN BAY-SHORE[ Paid Tax Collector Whiting which came in on belated number 2 two bidders whose figures were the
CINCTS HAVE BEEN HEARD Pensacola Just Felt of
_''J.O'', was held until the regular train last lowest, and requesting that the council
THE STATEHOOD BILL night before being sent its decide which should! have the contract
IN THE SENATE V ical Disturbance Which Pass y l One of the through passengers on I The bid of Bryan & Co. being

CANNOT CHANGE THE RESULT the train arriving twenty-one hours about 2,000 lower than that of Stor
W. A. Blount's New Home Will 8e ed to Northeast. I late had the following to say to a! rie, Alderman Muldon moved that it
Washington June 13.-The senate COMMITTEE TO MEET'SATURDAY !Another penalty of 10 percent. will Journal representative relative to the I be accepted. This was amended to

adopted without division, the conference Among the Handsomest be added to delinquent taxes on Friday storm, through the track: of which the read provided Bryan & Co- put the

report on the statehood bili at NIGHT. The tropical storm which- .has .been June 15, and unless taxpayers train passed: I sum of $20,000 into the work and keep
6:20: this I who are in arrears with the city! call Tells of the Storm. that sum intact in the city until the )
evening. Several democratic 'the South. reported for the past three or four I
"'SV" V V I and settle bafore that date they will "It was raining in Jacksonville when work had been completed, deductions:
senators I : days in the vicinity of the south end
that the consolidation Returns for Tr day's primary from j find that their taxes have increased to w.a left yesterday morning but the being made from estimates of work -
of Florida peninsula missed
the just
of Oklahoma and Indian Territory all precincts, wIth one exception Pensacola, passing about 175 seast' a considerable extent. storm was not severe and, althoughit i done to keep the amount Intact. This:
'oud! insure to the advantage of the One of the handsomest as'well as Already!! thare Is penalty on dr::?in- 'Was clotfiy with occasional showerswe brought on a lengthy discussion
They of' the evidence of
the this city only
republican! party 'and Senator reached: city yesterday. costliest residences in Florida. or the ; quents of_2% per cent, and this will saw no evidence of a severe storm which was participated in by Aldermen '
Money show the nomination of Chas. }1. Cos- its presence being a slight rainfall continue tie 10 per pent to be added. until the train was pretty well alongon Wri'ght, Maura, Muldon, McHugh,
declared such to be the intent, and declared I south is under construction on. the and a low barometer. Excessive rainfall collections far' have been its to River Junction. At Baars t
ton and M. O. Baggett as representatives The so journey Yonge, and Hays and Chairman '
further that this legislation was to the legislature and H. C. bay shore for Hon. W. A. Blount. was reported at Atlanta. where I very satisfactory, Collector,Whiting reporting -soma places along the Seaboard AirLine Green, of the board of bond trus
irfluencea'' by sectionalism. He declared Work was begun some time 'since and the government gauge registered ,3.S2 : thej. collection of aB but about east of the Cbattahoochee the tees. Mr. Green gave it as"! his opinion -
one western man was equal in Clopton as county commissioner V from the foundation is now nearly complete.In inches during the 24 hours ending at V $15,000 out of an assessment of about wind had blown down trees and as that the bid of Storrie was the''
district No. 4. V 8 a. m. yesterday. Other places where i $150,000. This is "an increase in the we neared the river there were evidences best, inasmuch as his financial stand
all qualities of.manhood. to five east order to deliver material promptlyand the rainfall was heavy were Augusta, '
The race between Messrs Baggettand assessment over tW Previous, year of of an unusually heavy rainfall. ing was known'and unquestioned
ftners. Jacoby, as .shown .by the' returns ,without unnecessary trouble to with 2.54 inches and Charlotte with i i about $36,000. and shows that the taxpayers :- The river was high and all the' little while that of Bryan & Co. had not been '
Senator the building site Contractor 1:04: inches. !i th; have been streams booming. Al Sneads verified.
Duboise announced his intention Chas. H. ; of city settling were : we He detailed at considerable ,
to vote against the acceptance: below was much: closer than was expected Turner has had constructed a spur V The maximum temperature in this. up fairly. well.'collector ; were compelled to stop on account of, length the efforts he had made: to secure -
of Mr. Jacoby poling good vote city yesterday was 83 degrees which j i I Whiting expects that many; the track' being completely washed a financial: statement from Bryan
the report because of the omission In the country prec! cts. :Mr. Bag- track leading from the main line to was recorded at 3 p. m. The mInimum -. will settle'.before Friday when they away for a ,distance .of nearly one & Co., without avail Samuel Pasco, I i V

: of the anti-polygamy provision inserted gett's enajorify -out o /the twenty-two the bulldingpoint.. 'I occurred at 3 a. m. when the i i i become acquainted !with the fact that hundred yards and in addition' to this Jr., who represented Bryan & Co. stat- ''
by the senate. He took occaSion The site of the new home of the well thermometer. registered 69 degrees. <. the 10 per cent. penalty will! be added washout there were two other places. : ed that the reason his clients had not;; I
to review his political experience precincts is 89, and it'fa .probable that known attorney is between the, Old : la his report of weather conditions,on that date, and' the collections' will where the track had been washed out furnished a financial statement was
this V will be slightly increased b/ precinct yesterday Observer Reed said: I! increased. for somewhat shorter: distances! There had
I k dealing with Mormons, saying ne Mill Inn and the home-of Jud'ge A. Ci: I therefore be considerably because they complied with all
11.Hon. "The eastern Gulf disturbance caused -! :. was no rain at Sneads while! -we w.re the requirements of the board of bond
released! his stand on the question tile Blount, Jr. Itjs is of the Spanish infs-: high winds over the Florida peninsula "
there storm
haying passed over. trustees and, that having
::. Ohas. Ml: Coston who mad been done,
result of his retirement from the sion style architecture.! threerstories' Tuesday; a gale of forty miles!;'EXCITEMENT OVER "It was at first thought that it wouldbe took the position that the board could
such an exceptionally fine run in the In. heighth with an eight-foot cellar.
senate. from the southeast was reached ati necessary to transfer the passengers expect nothing further from them.
During the day the senate also first primary. ran far ahead of the iThe first story will be of granite) :Tampa, and thirty-six miles from the and send them to their destinations They were ready to enter into bondas

listened to an argument by Senator ticket polling.819 votes. Baggett came while theesecond' and' third'will,be of south at Jupiter. The storm has mov-! JETT CONFESSION, by some other route but the provided by the board and a to proceed

Mallard! opposing tha sea level canalat next with 675 and Jacoby 586. buffed pressed brick with tile floors ed northward into northern Georgia]' company finally decided that nothing wfth the work as soon as the
Panama.. and roofing. The interior finishingwill and has caused excessive rains inl I I could be saved by that procedure and contract was signed.
H. C. Clopton defeated John A. Wig be of hardwood of different colors northern Georg'a and heavy rain over!ANOTHER OUTBREAK IN BLOODY rushai'; the work of repairing tie Bryan Bid Rejected.

HOUSE AGREES ON gins for county commissioner from and designs. North Caroina! with rain extending breaks. In one of the breaks the Considerable argument. and

MEAT INSPECTION district No. 4 by nearly two hundred The plans are by Architect, F. M. northeastward into Virginia. A gale BREATHITT 'COUNTY, KY. IS water was waist deep and was runninglike con ensued, and finally, when pro the

-. majority. Mr. Clapton: polled a fine Blount, and when complete, the home of forty-six miles from the east occur U :. I a mountain torrent This was the vote on the proposition to award the
vote in the four.city, precincts, and al- will cost between $30,000 and EX ECTED./: '
Washington June 13.-The house 35000. red during the' night at Charleston.) worst break and it was necessary to contract to Bryan & Co. was called
committee on agriculture.agreed upon EO secured a majority in the country. The northeastward advance of this II I build a sort of temporary bridge with for the motion was lost by the following .
a meat Inspection amendment to the CJerks and inspectors arriving In the storm ,has been checked by a mark- timbers before the train could, pass. vote:
diy ;yesterday to deliver the ,returnsto NELSON ENDORSED Associated Press. I "Thme train was obliged' stay at '
agricultural apjs-opriation! bill at 6:30: I ed high pressure area which now occupies By Baars. no Muldon yea
Chairman Reilly of the 'Democratic KY.; June 13.-Former Sneads until 12:30: to.-day'belore the
to-night It places the cost of inspes- I the lake .region and New England Jackson I Cahn, no iMcHugh yes
ton'of the government and makes an Executive Committee, .state'.that very FOR THE SENATE The pressure over the west is, Sheriff Ed CaHahanand'EUsert Har- road was in a condition for it to pass." Christie no Reilly no
approprIation of two million'-dollars to little interest .was manifested in the still low. Fair weather has prevailed' gis who by the,' confession of Curtis The engine of train 2 of Tuesda D'Alemberte, no Watson absentHays
Jay cost All meat and meat products! country in the primary, as Is shown by since Tuesday morning, except over Jett were" involved in the murder of broke down just eaclt.of, Milton: last I no Wright no
Catering into interstate commerce the small vote polled. All of the returns the southeastern and extreme north' Dr. B. D. Cox,.several years ago. were evening and over an hour was lost in :Maura no Yonge yes

!lust! bear government labels gua.ranteeing have been, received t by Chairman. By Associated Preuu western portions of the country; ItI, arrested.today,and.brought before the making repairs before it could proceedto Nays 8; yeas 3.Given .
that the product has been mae Reilly with excepUoA/of: 'precinct iDuluth Minn., June 13.-At the republican -is somewhat cooler in Alabama northern court. There is intense excitementover 1 Psnsacola. to Storrie.
of healthful meat and has been put up 11, and It Is expecte: J that it'wllI. be : state convention here- to-day, Georgia middle and east Tennessee the arrests and\, fear of an out-' Alderman Baars moved that the '
:in a sanitary manner.DECREASE heard from 'to-day. The Executive United States Senator Knute Nelson western North Carolina, and west break is expressed great crowd is board of bond trustees be directed
,, Committee wilt meet Saturday night V unanimously endorsed for reelection of the. Rocky Mountains, and much,in Jackson: ttra te<
to canvass the returns 'and' officially V the Chief Justice of the Supreme warmer over the upper lakes. condi- ance of Jettto; testify;,against Hafgis for the construction of the sanitary
INCOFTON announce the nominees,: V I Court was nominated to succeed hiui-- tions are favorable for fair weather, and on account of the confession BY REVOLUTION and storm sewers contemplated.This .
The unofficial returns sh->w th following :self and A. L. Cole, was nominated with 'light north winds In this section which he made last night. The court : motion was carried by a vote of

CROP vote in the farleusprecincts- :. :for Governor,on the fourth ballot : tonight and Thursday." I house is threatened with violence. I ,\g' to 3, those voting nay to the motion _

II to 1 give the contract to Bryan &; Co.
(; By Associated Press. voting in favor of awarding it to Storrie. .
f UNOPPICIAL : I St. Petersburg. June ..13.-The Emperor .
Sy '!' o RETURNS, PRIMARY V r and Count are understood to be The board of bond trustees reportedon
Associated Press much alarmed at the;
V sudden revolu-
the purchase of the to be
New property
hester Orleans.of the June 13.- ecretary :'i'Precinct' V- 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ,10 11' 12 13 14: 15 16 17 IS 19 20: 21 22 23 TotaL tion and a mutinous spirit among the used as a site for the new city hal!
Cotton Exchange has For the Legislature: : troops. The
reports received by wire
wade an analysis of the movement of M. O. Baggett,:, .. *, .. ... .. ..1! 12 13 5 30 15 33 16, 28 23 **' 127 86 68 81 5 16 32 13 '9 20 16.. 15 '675 from the minister indicates: that the I and spread the report was the received minutes.and ordered -
'ytton from September 1st, to May 31 Chas. M Costoa ., ., .. .. .,.12: 11 1318 13 22' T.9 819 upon
; v 20 25 17 12 20 17 .., 154 125 102 164 6' 31 23: 4 2 revolutionists are directing all their I Chairman
nd showing of! the total crop In sight at the Mitch Jacoby .... ;.' .. ..V .. .. ..14. 6 14 17 8 12 23 7' 3' 7 .;; 90 82 86 153 ,0 17 2 10 127 9 7 586 efforts to spread the propoganda In behalf of the board recommended of bond trustees on, .
trease May 10,393,403 bales, a 'd* For County-CommMlpner! Dfst 4. ,- '. ',; the army and at a dozenc places the that the.surplus funds to the credit of V
compared with last year of H. C.: CloptOn'8 11 11 9 26 17.12',11 6. t'/.1125 102 9f 103 1 30 22 7 6. 524V2V659., : ,. agitation has. resulted In open mu-
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CE'TWO THE PENSACOLA, JOURNAL, THURSDAY!,. MORNING, JUNE .14,, ,190,8 .. : 41 K .-.., _,'



: DIVIDE THE: CONFERENCE: This was awarded the' TllE'4'DODGING PERIOD"t
safe ,

'. 1.i E UNDER'N [ grand prize Fair, 'at and theWorld's although '- BE I TRIED R I t

discussion this paper was referred to Inexpensive, It Is of a woman's, life, is ,the name often'given to the "chsngeof life."

; :Bodies Will Be Known as the Alabama a .special committee' composed of G. the best.safe made. Your jmenses"come at long Intervals and grow scantier until they

A. Grant, Rev. H. T. Strout, Rev. B. Some women! stop suddenly. 'The entire
stop. change lasts
Conference and North C. Glenn, J. T. Miller, Miss Carrie We Keep, Them in Stockand three
CHAflIER H T[ 'TO- and 'it is the of much
Newman and Miss Julia Miller. The or four years,, cause pain and discccicrt,

Alabama Conference. committee was Instructed to report at can give you Just which'can., however, be cured, by taking
the afternoon session. what you want or if we
A recess was'taken from 11:15.: to haven't got what you want
11:30: when the conference was again; we can order it for you F
SESSION OPENED AT 6 O'CLOCK called to order.C. To the Gulf Transit(.Company .and and save you money. Drop lazams Williams and August Pink-

C.. Mechem. the first vice-presi TIS postal fWINECARDU1Woman's
YESTERDAY MORNING, WITH DEVOTIONAL dent being' absentthe part of the program .Will Load ,Cargoes,for Foreign ston to Go Before'judge R, .
assigned to him could no; .be

SPENT: A BUSY DAY-DE. carried remarks out.on the On manner a call of of conductinga voluntary ,Ports.The Wm. Johnson & Son Inc. L lNic e sen.

devotional service R. E. Daly, 'of Incorporated. Relief
TAILS OF THE MEETING. Mobile made .an interesting talk. new sailing list of the Gulf :
The time set for the address of :Miss Transit Company just issued, shows Lazarus Williams and 'August Pinks--
of Athens under'cll to that ton, the two negroes who were arrested 'It relieves the nerVousness 1 i
Mary N. Moore, president many vessels rter quickly pain Irritability, mIserable
Although much business was dispos- Female Colle'ge, having arrived, she comjpany'to: load for foreign ports during Marine Grocery Co. about two weeks since for'issau'twith : I
ness, forgetfulness ,fainting, dizziness, hot and cold flashes
Intent to murder B. E. Whidden, wetness -
'ed of at the various sessions of the 'was called to the front and made a I : the months; of ..Jurib and July.
North most excellent talk on the value of Cargoes will go.to-: more ports than has I track supervisor of the L. & N. and tired feeling, etc. Cardui will bring you safely through tr,s ,
of the 604 60S S, Palafox St.
Epworth League Mr. West, another employee of the
Alabama and Alabama Conferences personal consecration. :, been the case in :many months and the "dodging period," and build up your strength for the rest of life. '
The conference adjourned with the lliilis' also larger than has been I. ;Phone 725. company, will be 'given a preliminary your
the most important, mat League benediction led by Rev. B.;C. I known tot some time. The vessels under V. J. YIDAL hearing today before Judge ..Nichelsen. At all druggists in $1.00 bottles. Try it
ter receiving the attention of that body Glenn. charta and'ihe dates'they are dug.1 Manager. The case was set for yesterdaybut
I .
'Was the division of the State League We upon request went over until to- ,
Afternoon Session. I are: carry a full line of, Imported and
Conference. A resolution to this ef- The afternoon session ,was openedat 'For'Liverpool' -B.. CvSaltmar&h, due Domestic Groceries and Provisions. day. WRITE US LETTER ""EVERYTHING BUT DEATH
sets of officers (
feet! and' providing Introduced at two the forenoon 3:30 o'clock, with devotional ;set r June 18; ,Vlvlna,QUO July 7. We want.your patrona'ge. Williams- and Pinkston, it is alleged, freely and frankly, telling us aH your I suffered," writes Virginia Run--]
session was discussed at some vices conducted toy Rev. Dr. V. 0. **For Marseilles Carolina,' due June are two of the dozen or more negroes ,troubles. We will send Free Advice (in of Easton, Md., "until 1 took Caraui'which !:
and was committee.In Hawkins. 25; "Emilia or substitute, due middle who surrounded Messrs. Whidden and plain, sealed envelope). Address: La- cured me so quickly it surpnf
length the, being afternoon referred the to committee a reported The committee on the division o'f July., GULF CITY'COFFEE CO. West, north of the union depot and dies'Advisory Dept:,The Chattanooga my doctor, who didn't know i wow

: favorably and the league voted the conference sUbmitted a report fav For MessinaHDoaa<< Baltea,'dtia June near the gas works, and demanded a Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.. I taking it."
16. whom had arrested for riding
division. The conferences willtOJe oring the division on the lines ot the Roasters of negro they
for the Blenders and Shippers
.For Venice-'Dona BaKea, iue, June on a switch engine. When the
Alabama Conferenceand annual conferences. Two nominating
known as the 16; Carolina, due June 25; 3f aria, due demand met with a refusal the negroes -
: the North Alabama Conference, committees were to be appointed, one
t end: June; EimJia-'or substftutdue,: Fine CoffeesOUR proceeded to take the man by
for each were for each conference, each which
and nominating officers of :::
middle July; Hermine, .dua July 25-30. force and to beat up the two railroadmen
? appointed by the chair. nominate a full set of-officers For Spezzia---Carolina, due June 25. COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL using pickets and bricks. Both ,10101.1.11'IIINN..19/0N'IIIOi101+h 1.IN01011i10o11i
Services. except league editor of the Alabama
\ Devotional For"Genoa-&Tonviso, due June .12; i GROCERS GIVE THEM A TRIAL the men were !badly injured. Blount .
and others :Advocate. This officer be elected
About eighty delegates to '
Carolina, due June 25. I & Blount Jas. R Landrum and Scott
Gadsden street churchat for a term of two each conference i
gathered at the years NOTHING
; iFor B3fcelona.-Mar'ia., due end M. Loftin will conduct the prosecution TI1ERE'S
6 o'clock a. m., for the first devotional alternating in the choice. I i
June. and C. M. Jones the defense ,
exercises This
of the day. was After some discussion the reportwas
For Havre ? 'Strout.f It was a service full of inspiration delegates failingito vote either way. For Dunkirk-Huttonwood, due June I Chas. H. Burton, 'whO resides' on i
; and struck a high sphere as ,A motion was made' by a member 17. Santa Rosa Island, appeared before
"the key note of the conference. of the Alabama Conference that the For Kobe Yokohama Nagasaki I Commissioner Marsh Tuesday; "and .
or e In ths quality of the furniture we sell. It is bet ..' .
Morning Session. North :Alabama Conference elect the Courtfield.or substitute due July 6. I Special to The Journal. made affidavit against Bennie Ed-- *
I '!At 9:45: a. m. devotional services first league editor. Though this 'motion !For Tri Carolina, due June 25; North Chiimuckla., June 13.--t\1r. mundson, ''charging him with.'assault' money; can buy and, we believe, the best of both quaE-<
,.were conducted by Rev. H. T. Strout, was seoonded.it was not put to Maria, due end June; Emilia or substitute I James E. McDa-vid of Fine Barren with ntnd and feet ou the plaintiff. The I'i"" and quantity. If 'YOU have a house to furnish, or a s..n;, *
Jafter which President L. M. Stevenson the house. due mlddla- July; Hermine, due I spent last week with his brother, II. difficulty occurred on the ;government room or want a single piece of furniture for any part 't :
took the chair. His opening address On July 25-30. C. :McDavid. Mr. McDarid Is looking reservation and Edmundson was: arrested 0 the home or office, we believe you will find just what 'u.,; 0
of t r., V 0. Hawkins,
,. was spicy and occasioned a good Rev. H.motion,; T. Strout was.re-elected lea For (Antwerp--August oF Belmont, due wEdl and we Lope'to see him in our by United States Marshal Wolf,! want anl' require. here, and at prices that mean a ,a. :
[many smiles., He annunced the following gue editor for the flrst_period. June 26. town, again some time in the near fu 'and gave bond for his appearance la f .. .in'.rtQ..you. Aat: any evnt, we invite inspection betas j
Then our'
committees: President Stevenson exhibited an For London-cayo Manzanlllo, now ture. morning at 11 o'clock. for a prelimi-. buying too, :

Nominations: A. Grant, airs. J.t'tA. album of photographs presented by in port. Mr. Coker, Jr., of'Roberts, is visiting nary hearing.: /
.. DuBose, Rev. V. 0. Hawkins, Miss relatives in this Recorder's Court. Now Later Plan *
the Corral Falso, Cuba church which ; neighborhood.Mr. Buy, Pay 1
Lula Andrews Miss Louise Windham. If knew the value of Chamber Judge Laney had eleven defendants t ,
was built\hy the Alabama Leagues, and Resolutions Miss Carrie Newman, suggested that Rev. H. M" Andrews,of lain's Salve) you would never wish to daughter Nina spent the day last Sun before him in the municipal court yes- I
J. A. Hines R. E. Daly, Miss Mattie puts everybody on the same footing to ":
as owners
Prartville. Ala., under whose presi- be without It. Here are some of the day with his brother Mr. Joel A. Mc terday for trial. Each was adjudged p
:Alexander, Miss Elisa Cortez. diseases for which It is guilty, and fines imposed The man' with but little money can have furniture 511\; :
dency this church was.built, be made especially David at MdDarid'who has been quite amountingto
Auditing Committee. W. Dahl- custodian of the. album' ,'which was, 'by valuable: Sore nipples, chapped sick, but we are 'glad to state that |66. as.the man with plenty of money. Just a few dollar i"
berg, T. L. Briggs, Miss Tera Garner.An : motion don hands burns, frost 'bites, chilblains, he is convalescing anon' ,wa hope will; all you 'need to get what you want. You can pay for .1
enrollment then made which what you while it
was chronic sore eyes, itchin'g piles tet- If stomach troubles do not get using
After a beautiful solo by.Mrs. R. 0. soon be restored to his accustomed
showed the many delegates present.ImOl'tant ter salt rheum and that there no'cure.
conclude is
Owsley the minutes of previous"sessions eczema* Price, health. I for a i
Resolution. > 25 cents per box. For sale by all great many have been permanently
G. A.Grant introduced a resolution were *ead and approved druggists. Hon. Milton Watson' of our town cured by Chamberlain's Stomach and .M. $ TON & QUINA

providing for the division of the State Committees Name.d. was in"Mll1on last week on business] Liver Tablets. Try them, they are 3 T
League Confezence: into two confer- and re'ports'p .sant trip. I certain to prove beneficial. They t .108/110 Palafox St. Phone 148 Pen aola; i?13.
The president appointed the nomi 6
Mrs. little
'enqes, each toembrace the territory J. A. McCa&klH and two "
:of pne annual conference. After some nating committees' called for by ,the sons dw'ard''Exlm and James Neal only cost a. quarter. Bold "by all .1N/NiN...N1..11.MN11WF01N1.10101v 10/i101/10:

division: I ALCO, .ALA. l cf Pine Barren spent a, fetw days last I druggists. ..
For the 'Alabama,Conference: A. seek with her uncle! and aunt Mr. an'!I r111oUereScotr
Grant, Miss Louise Windham, J."'L. :Mrs H. C. McDavid. She went to. : : any Homer., .

i I 1I Carroll, Guy Riee.1UsiI-Nell Richards. Nora from here'"where she spent two "As Moliere never had the heart to A Barber's .Shave at HomeAnybody
11 1 14, .I'I' "' For the North Alabama; Conference Special To The .Journal. or three days with Hon. E. V. MeCaskill draw a jealous .woman.fmong, all.hie J
I ,! + flA| -'Or. V. O. Hawkins,'Rev. J. T, idler, an\i' family. >Mrs. MdCaskillis pictures:, of,Jnen ,who knew.., like him
11,11 Mrs. J. A DuBose?;Miss Olive Powell Flalco, Ala.l "Juneik-Messrs S. E. a most 'loveihWlady.and/to know self.thetorment qanhave a-barber's shave at home. by using the Gil
'X / :$ ot jealousy!! so.Scott,
Horsey-and: D. D. Miles mad LETTS SAFETY: UAZOR steel
& (Miss Ola Andrews. a flying her Js to love ter. Spring blades that are always "
III l'Id' trip to Pensacola'Saturday never bad;the heart to !draw a young ready. No honing' no stropping, 21 razorS in one. Complete '
kRIa Miss Nell Glenn, second vicepresident Miss Aurelia Durant cf 'Brom ey, Mrs.' E. L. MoDaniei and 'her twobeautiful and beautiful wom.an who,Is wicked" for 500.. bee them.
ROCH> II IliII ,then took the chair and conducted Ala., who has been visiting her sister : little daughters Mary Emma I. writes Andrew Lang.: "This ancient L ,
I a service setting forth th work and Katie,Thigpen of Milton are visiting of
Mrs. :Miles returnea:{? home last week: I. familiar source poignant: interest h CO.a's -D a1tare.Fl .
1111 itAEANi DOOatO p I of the charity:.and.,,help department.The accompanied' by Mra. Miles and chil relatives in}, North Chumuckla. passes by, out of his great .chi aly..
Daniel is of Santa Rosa's oie :8;. 213 South Palalox Sheet?,
first speaker was Rev. C. S. Tal-! dren.. "' Mrs. one I There'was nothing*io prevent him fromwriting P..aclayou.
a d ley, of Evergreen, whose theme was most noble ladies. and"bas a'host; of '
I iMr. Willie Hart had the misfortune ( a romance on the passionate,
11 II// "Tte of the Master relatives and-Jrfenda; who are alwaysglad
Message to the
to 3 of
I'IM get his fingers cut with '
111111 .badly to welcome'in their homes. wretched tale,,of the''once beautiful
I" 1 ( I' II 'p one of the big circle saws Tuesdav, Mr. W. C. f David spent the day Ulrica In 'Ivanhoe,' a fair traitress
11 I I I IIIItl, He w'a.s followedby: Miss Moore, of the cuts were slight, though
ill I I
at Bluff Spr1ngS/last Sunday with relatives driven.on the winds of revenge, treach
tnt; l 1 l t I I 'I ; 111 a 1 Mobile, speaking on "Opportunities for he will be at work' again In a few and friends. ery and parricide. Here' was a theme, think pf snow capped mountains and cool, pure, bubbling
n 1 ( Work in this ;
11 : I l Department. Her address days. .
? 1 was very practical: and helpful. Mr. J. M. Davis, of Wing, is -building Mrs. Bessie: Souvelle of our town for'realistic1 novel! of England after brooks: with the zest of Bohemian Hops added, when you
R. E. of Mobile then is visiting her! sister Mrs. B. C. Gentry the.conquest, but Scott sketches it
Daly, ; spokeon a large cotton gin near his stoe
"Temperance," illustrated l>y end will have it completed: In a few on !Davis avenue Pensacda. We wish lightly as a Thyestean horror 'in the
sketches on blackboard.'Adjourned.with her a jolly good time.. background. In his work such a pieceof
: league benediction. days.We understand that the contract Mr. Harry McDavid one of our most 'realism' stands alone. like the ,story THE PURITY OF A. B. C. IS THE A, B. C. OF PURITY. ,
has been let for the grading of the popular town boys, was over at :Mc of ''Phoenix In Homer's work (In the r

Laconic.As railroad from Andalusia to Pensacola, David to i''ay on a business trip. tie ninth book of the niad'). Both artists, .

Napoleon was one day passing In if the road is ever built'as'it has been;! reports a nice time, and a successful Scott and Homer, had'a sense fcf reverence WHY WE CALL IT & .;::13.,0.

IBi'l review some:of his troops he came in surveyed' it will develop one of the trip.The for human things. They did not \\G
relatives and friends of Mrs. \
best timber
and farming sections in lack the Imagination for the
front of an old and faithful officer, necessary
who, perhaps1 from want of brilliancyon South Alabama< or West Florida. Joe Miller will be.pleased to learn that portrayal of the evil and terrible, but Pmn.t.... :f.IJ3URS..
she is convalescing and ,we hope to I
Our town is to have artesian k C
an wellin ,
the man's part, had never been ad- her well and alright again soon. they did not seek success In that popu- "B /
the see
near future
The'machinery and .
., vanced the grade of lar region. 4
1,400 feet of piping is already:on the It Is 12:30 a. m. and I am hungry. I .
Say' RED ROCK though he was well enough known to ground and the well l is: now about 100 must go get me a piece of black berry Huxley and !.ewe.. r
the emperor. The emperor was passing feet deep after five days work. pie and a' "Gopher Leg." We are feast-
and say it PLAIN at a slow'trot As he came direct. ing on such dainties now, during the Here Is a'n anecdote once 'related by BOHEMIANBecause
Herbert Spencer-who, by the way.
ly in front of'the old captain the officer season.
for imitations are saluted and said loudly, but withoutany HATS OFF. ." We folks ought to be mighty well was rather heavy in hand when he.

apparent movement of the muscles contented. up here. This certainly is a undertook play story teller. Aproposof

In vain: of hia.face: Facts About the: !American Indian' great country. We can get fish when Huxley's humor he described a din- we go to Bohemia every

"Fifteen campaigns private, cap Healthy Hair. we want them black 'berries, gopher ner of distinguished authors:' year and obtain our supply of
and you can twist a rabbit out of a Over their cigarettes they fell to 'dis
tainrAnd The American Indian accustomed
k : from the best
+ hop producing
hollow time.., There was a gentle-
the emperor, without turning from time immemorial to go' bareheaded any cussing their various methods of com-
his head or slackening his pace, said: in all kinds ofweather is never man from Mississippi: over here a mencing.to write. One said be wrote ; district of that little country

Sold at all groceries in "Colonel, brigadier, baronf troubled 'With falling hair or bald eve short to time seven ago rabbits and he per averaged day, and from theo and wrote, tore up, then wrote again which grows the finest qualityof s 4J J ;

bottles, and on draught Then hq was' gone. There bad, Indeed ness.The close $ settlers tell me it was not a good and so on.George hops ''in. all the world. We
.. ,, been no time for a word more atmosphere caused by our"civillzeiY' time! for rabbits. I would like to seethe Lewes, who was present,
at all founts. than had been passed, but these had the head-gear !is conducive to gentleman come back in the right looked surprised and then cried out: go to Canada for the -best

sufficed for the captain to communi- which breeding the of Inflnitesmal gsnns time for them. "Oh, rm not like that! I commenceto Barley 'grown in all the world. '

,,;.,.: cate a long story: and a reproachful the sap dig of into the hair-root.scalp and thrive on i The crops in this section! are looking write at once, directly the. pen Is In We use only the best materialin

lit'ill:'".". complaint and for the emperor to set This true cause,of baldness is of I *ell, but very much in need of rain my hand. 'In fact, I boll at a low tem. -

"Mq,".!"'!'! matters right with a military and cent discovery and explains the non-re i. and will be cut short unless we get it perature." brewing! ..

cia promotion.A 60-1 success of'all hair-vigors which treated coon. "Indeed," cut in Mr. Huxley "that Gfi
I baldness as a functional disorder.Newbro's Mr. A. Glenn McDavid, one of Santakola's (very Interesting, for, as you know,. A. \1 Sl 1bWor
Wise Father.When Her.icfdeis..a. direct exterminator hustling young men, was in: to boll at a low temperature Implies a B. C. BEERS De Itperican BrewIng&>j ;
of the Century last ;.week on business. the $T. LOUIS
F Sherman Hoar, a lawyer of germ. "It destroys vacuum in upper region.
recognized ability, left the law school the cause," tinij: permits the hair to The relatives and friends of, .Mr. and Lewes'himself was the first to lead
: Y. +W Diamond will be grievedto
and opened an office In Boston, his fa. grow as nature intended Mrs. twin the'shout of laughter which of course only Beer bottled EXCLUSIVLY ;
For learn of the loss of their little THE at the Brewery in
sale by- W.
ther, Judge Hoar was at the height ot DTAlemberte, Miles DeWttt last Monday morning greeted this clever repartee.
his legal reputation. The young man'ft Tfclafox druggist and apdthecary 121 South son at 3 o'clock. Little Miles DeWiU St. Louis. Therefore the only Beer whose PURITY can be;
street '"
or sent lOc in -
first client was an Irishman, and the for sample to The.Herplcide stalls., Detroit : was four months and ten days old. absolutely GUARANTEED.
case, though only some small matter of Mich. We fender to the heart stricken father Windfall on Horse.

a boundary line, :was one that requiredthe mother and family our deep heart Windfalls' are caused by strains, OLDRIN D Distributer PENSftCQU
examination of a number of deeds felt sympathy and may the Supreme and they can be removed by using the ,

and records Mr. Hoar accordinglytold Ruler help them to bear up in this! following:_Mix two>drams biniodide of i ,
his client to come back In two their sad hour of trouble, and may mercury with three ounces lard. Rub

H I days for his opinion. The Irishmanleft New MachineryExpert they be consoled by that sweet consolation on a little once a week. and continue It
the office, evidently Very reluctantat that he doeth all things well for several week's.-; Mclntosh.,:,V.-S.; -----!
and that will meet again., .
the at the door he they In American Agriculturist.
delay. Turning ,
help best
soap, best Mr. A. T. Coffee, the efficient '-
asked, "Couldn't ye give me the an- starch and oceans( pure.clear of the Pac Turpentine (b., at TAWoman's
swer tomorrow,Misther Hoar?"' : water .make the garments we this place has' just returned from

"No, no," was the reply.; "come on launder white as snow;, Great Haze1>hurst, Ga., where he went to at s
Thursday.' ,care is exercised at: evei'y'step company the body of Mr. Tom A. Turner / Health It's.tO to 1 you do U you are a 1ictlm"of
The client went as far as the stairs. throughout the process ot ,laundering who was murdered at the convict alaria.. j

Then he turned and tiptoed back to the t. and just enough starch camp of the Pace Turpentine Co. near cacti.:best be safe guarded by an occasional
ww door and put his head Inside, with a used to make the garment com here last week by one of the convict dose of Hosteller's Stomach i. Don't Do It. It. Dangerous. ,

waAII finger at his lips. fortably stiff.. You'll. be pleased guards named Kelley. Mr. Turner wasa Bitters. It is especially compounded We'll admit It will core malaria but It leaves
"whistrhe! whispered. """Couldn't ye thoroughly-satisfied-with promising young man and was liked for'such ailments as the sex Is sub- almost deadly &fter e Iects.BERDINE.
II I get to see your father tonight Wither t your linens If they:are laundered by nearly every one who knew him. ject' to' and is backed by a 53 yearsrecord
t Hoar J"-Boston Herald. here. Let us cal for your It was Indeed a sad occurrence. While of cures of same.Every wo Ii
f parcel. he had only been here about a year, mart needs T'

t curing which rims he had made a '
Vegetable Cutter.A 1 The Star Steam great great many'friends. We tenderto Hostett er s Is parely Yeptabte and abeolnt ly guaranteed

"r piece of old handsaw riveted to a his dear'old father and mother,.sisters Stomach Bittersat .to carp malfim, sick headache, wliousneaa, I
shovel handle with braces makes an Laundry. and brothers, relatives .and Bed Au Mach,kidney and liver complaint& ,
i Trade Supplied by excellent tool for root cutting for cattle ;friends, who are Mart stricken ,our tsome time: or other, It sickly, .to '" jijj
I CONSOLIDATED' GROCERY CO., ,. The 'piece of saw Is, of course, : S7 & arden Bt. Phon. 114.Pentacola. deep and sincere sympathy, and may make her reII/:aad'ff''well. to keep :" ?Ji 'Y.. IT.TODAY... :. .. -
V, Wholesale Distributers, ground to ah edge. The' cost Is only a ., '1- we hope with them that his life is followed her so. If cures Female Ills, Cramps, SO Cents a. Bottle. AU
I Pensacola, Fla. few cents. i by another happy existence,with Backache,. Dyspepsia, Indigestion or
Him who doeth all things: welL Contivanw- ALlot DC 1I. on. .


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Mothers MU [ESTABLISH MONARCH The.Steamer C CONTRACT f FOR n ,: -,' r"..: f'

: ; Danderiue
will make 'a' tfp.to. .' :

I We close are out going our line to NW[ SCHOOLS C Life Saving' -Station'FRIDAY SEERS[ [ IS i "

Boys'Shirt of IN COUNTY Boat Leaves at 4 p',. m 'sharp T X. AWARDEDContinued n [ I grew Miss Wilson's Hair i.

Good Music by Barrios, ..
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( -From !First Page). AND WE CAN <
t, Sup't.t Cook\Will Leave Sunday to i : :.
amounting to $215 OOO bedeposited
Escambia Pressing Club the board ,
at -y '
investigate and Report on. as special time deposits fora r. ,;
Drying Cleaning and Pressing of period of not to exceed six months, yy .

.Several{ Applications. gentlemen's and ladies' Clothing. Club cent interest, in the First
at 4 per
Eadh rates only $1:00: per month. We call s d d PROVE IT- l:
38c ___' __ f for and deliver all work. No. 9 E. National Bank and the ,American Na- ,

County Superintendent xvf Schools Intendencia. tional Bank in this city; a security a F:

N.. B.- Cook will leave the city Sunday WALTER WAULTON & CO., Props. bond to be given by the banks. The

See our north win- evening for the purpose of investigating Selix's Old Stand. recommendation- approved.

several applications for schools Alderman Wright then suggested 1 : :
dow for styles and throughout the county and wiil makeleport that as the public was not fully informed "- I

patterns. They are thereon to the board of public SAFES I SAFES SAFES! SAFES !11 on the: subject, it would be :i. ,;
I ,
ii-structlon af the annual meeting .
well to state that the'money had been -
made by the best which will be held in this'city on' Mon Buy Diebold Safes, drawing 4 per cent interest ever since a 4 .

skilled first-class labor and in day, June 25.Applications. for new schools or Scarritt Moreno Agent, it the had.bonds."teen received.... -- for- the sale of 11 w,. 4 r Dan. ernes So Exhilarating, 1 %

are school buildings have ,been received Contract With Hatton.
every respect. from.the following places: New school The board of bond trustees asked ;, ,1" ,

Quintette; 'scaool in section' 34, LUMBER ANDTIMBER approval of a contract with T. Chalk-
l and strengthening to both the hair and scalp that even .1 :
Values to 85c all township 6 north range 31 west;; chief engineer in charge :
up ley Hatton as i a 25C. bottle of It is often enough to show wonderful im
s<.hoolln section 13 or 14,- township .5 of the work of installing the sewer- t t provements. It at once Imparts a sparkling brilliancy
at one price, 38c each north, range 82 west; new school at EXPORTS age system, his compensation to be i and velvety softness to the hair,and a few weeks' use J ,

while they last. Klondyke, eleven miles from the 5 per cent of the total amount expended + will cause new hair to sprout out all over the icalp and I
for grow abundantly,long and beautiful. Use It
city; nEW building school number every day
Hatton .
Mr. to pay necessary .1 .
for awhile after which two or three times a week will '
Come early I I 64 in the northwestern portion of the ARE EXCEPTIONALLY HEAVY, engineers and the city to pay inspec ytl, d be enough to complete whatever growth you desire I .
.county near Nokomis. postofllce. tors for the work. In this connection

Superintendent Cook expects" to be NEARLY FIVE MILLION FEET Chairman Green stated that the con ;;
-a week and win make ... : ...
gone fully : a tractors for the work would be undera .

thorough investigation into the advis BEING CLEARED YESTERDAY penalty of $25 per day for each day ,. -

S ability of establishing tie new'schools consumed -in the construction of the ,
and erecting the school buildings ,
TWESffl-BUIUm. sewers in excess of the time specified
asked for. I in the contract'and that of this pen-

Lumber and timber exports are exceptionally -I, alty, if incurred, Mr. Hatton was to I'
Korean Tea Friday Evening. heavy just at present, anJ receive $r5 per day and the city $10 :: & ys .. ,o' HOWat' druggists, in three sizes, 25 cents,'*
The Ladies' "Missionary 'Society of if the shipments. continue as during. per day. He also stated that in cqj r f : ; t.'t. 50 cents and $1.00 per bottle. .

the Presbyteran! church will five a the past week June will be one of.the event that the work' was completed in "
To show how
White\ Barber Korean Tea on.the-'cliureh lawn Fri- ; quickly DanderlHO acts, wt
Shop on F FREE
of time specified the city
record breaking months for experts!;> less than it will send
day evening June, 15, from- 5" to 10 this nature from Pensacola. would have to pay the _contractors $25 a large sample freelby return mail to ;
of 35 ofclock. I anyone who sends this advertisement to the .
The white barbers formerly 14june2t KnOwKon
Clearances yesterday at the custom per day but that $15 of the amount Latest ;
S. Palafox SL, are now located at No. I Photograph of Danderine Co. Chicago with their name and address
: house were for vessels carrying near- would be paid by ?Ir.. Hatton. The Miss! Carrie Wilson 3728 64th ; ;
t E. Government St., next to Western SaUiftcd Them A1J. ly five minion feet to foreign ports, contract with Mr. Hatton was approve Place s, Chicago.1 and ten cents in silver or stamps to pay postage. .t .

Umcs.! .Aunt Fanthea Brooks, lived- in a little and 'on :Monday clearances shown ed. -." .: ,

.. New Hampshire village: very many nearly as much. !}{r. Green asked that the city coun-
COTTRELL years without q Quarreling with'any one, The Dutch steamer Bareudrecht cil secure legal advice as to the statusof SNOWSLIDES OF ROCKIES.Peril need have no terrors for yotif I 1!

and was so thoroughly liked by everyone bound for Buenos Ayres carries the property owners with references to, WASH DAY you send your washing to ""
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. th9 /essels. that the work of of Mountain Take. It. Toll of
for miles rond'tht her popularity largest cargo of any of paving in'order pave
The New .
Pensacola., Fla. excited the Interest! of a summer vis She is loaded with lumber exclusivelyof ing could be carried forward without Ufa and Property. NiethotLLaundry,
: Every the life of miner PHONE ties E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop. "..8 WESTDonkey's ROItAI'iASST$ "
-. itor. which she carries- 2,200.000, super delay as soon as the sewers had been year a in the .
ficial feet. This referred to the high mountain regions Is menaced
WATCHES AND CUT GLASS "Aunt Panthea," he asked, ''boW.18 It completed. was by .
Something Swell In Gold Jewelry.W. that keep on such good terms with The big British steamer Senator 'also city attorney. the avalanche or snowsllde, and every ,
you carries a large cargo of lumber and Chairman Green asked for authority year brings Its list of casualties and
A. Gahlenbeck, 213 S. Palafoi! ? SL every one, while they are all quarreling
addition considerable! nanl stores examinethe
in to have an expert engineer of hairbreadth escapes. The story of
--- among themselves and tobacco. Her lumber' and' timber plant of the Pensacola Water Co. snowslldes would fill a book and wouldbe '
TURTON & BELL, 'Well," said Auat Panthea, "being as cargo consists of 1.384.000 superficial in order that the trustees might be a thrilling, tragic and In some casesa Egg Producer and .

PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. you aren't to stay here Iqng I'll tell feet and she has 3,750 barrels of-resin fully advised should the purchase of grewsome one.

Kodak Supplies.! Finishinj/ for Amateurs you. When I go down the street I and 118 hogsheads of l leaf tobacco on the present plant 'bet deemed expedient Men have ridden hundreds of feet on Poultry Tonic '

meet Jason Purdy and he says, '-Why board in addition. Her destination is Engineer Hattoa :had offered to the back of a snowsllde and have es-

Panthea, how well you look! Liverpool. make the examination for the sum oi
R. K. WHITE, M 'I'm glad you think 'so, ;Jason' I The steamer Nentmoor' for Liver $50 per day and expenses. The board caped and unhurt Othe have been caught II .is a scientifically prepared vega- .
Watchmaker Manufacturing lewe erand Graduate carts out nearly million feet buried so deep and in such uncertain -
smiling at him. pool a was authorized to engage the servicesof
Cplician.30 S. Palafox Street Pensacola. Fla. "Next minute-up corned Ezry.Dracut ol sawn timber. She goes to Gulfportto Mr. Hatton to make the examina spots that their bodies have notbeen : ., table extract, roots herbs etc soproportioned
.. "Y !l1, now Panthea,' he says tow complete-her cargo.' (* tion. _ff. discovered until vthe melting of M k. as to work gently > '
An ordinance with reference to the snow in the following spring. '*

Tersely Told porely"'My you land are Ezry looking,' .I say this tow year.'quick RURAL WATER SUPPLY. hacks, which had been,read the second Some have been caught as they were "' ii.i on the egg producing organs, pro t

time, was referred to the ordi- walking, but a few steps from the '
you ire to notice those things! : -. moting their healty action. It ;
It* Sanitary Condition Not What ItOught nance and engrossingtjommittee.The boarding house to the minever while
The schooner Clara P. Ssweli entered "So it is with everything. Those who to Be. council then adjourned to meet emptying a car on the mine dump. Not I fOmD.a I coo' ', also contains some of the elements -

yesterday with a good catch of like to think.one'way., I let 'em' think When such of are tonight at 7:30, .- infrequently men have found them- .

mappers for Whrren & Co. ; It. and those who like to. think the being ,expended great"by sums* city governmentsthat money .....> selves temporarily Imprisoned by the A for egg production usually .
; other: I let"'tm think It"Who
The fishing schooner 1 Favorit of the : GENUINE GOODYEAR WELT $3 entrance of the mine being closed bya '
I "th'st Aunt"Panthea the Inhabitants of towns may have ; lacking the most rations. .
fleet of Saunders & Co., arrived in can deny water l It' seems SHOES' NEXT TEN DAYS AT THEM slide while they were at work and
a sanitary supply
port yesterday with 1800 snappers. I had discovered of life?-Youth's a comfortable Companion.philosophy strange that the supply in rural'towns & 0. ONLY $2.50. have had to dig their way out. Cor. Garden f. $ ELLEN & CO. PHONEand

'E. Mansfield representing the Wasli. should receive little or no attention. A Chinese cook at one of the Idaho Alcaniz 334

turn Crosby Co., manufacturers of -- This latter population may seem relatively Damai' Addrtia to the Clectori.' mines stepped outside his kitchen door
The elder Dumas stood in 1848 for ..... ,. ,
Gold Medal flour, Is in the city! in the insignificant but it comprises for a moment and was caught and Y) -= n; =
.Mairyar. Vnslc. the chamber of deputies! and thIs was hurled with the slide 1,000 feet down .
interest of his! house. about 40,000,000 souls.. This means that -- -- I :
Of Magyar art music seems to nave -\ his address to the electors: "I'am a the hillside and his' body was not recovered -
are the"water
those 40,000.000 people drinking
President C. W. Lamar of the American -
gained the widest admiration and it is candidate for the office of deputy. I till the following spring.
National Bank who has been .in most available without a thought
certain that musical executants'of the I II ask your votes. These are my reasons Such Incidents _denote the extreme
attendance upon the 'Bankers Conven- of its sanitary coudition.These
the first order and in the case of'Liszt of f why you should give them to me: Not suddenness, power and velocity of the :
tion in Atlanta, returned to city various sources of supply,
yesterday morning.The unique grandeur have justified part whether wells, springs'or: small counting six years devoted to the acquirement slide. Little or no warning is given, a : '

of the expectations with which musical of an education, four years roar, a cloud of. snow obscuring the I .
streams ( unreliable for
are similarly
British steamer Senator which I I Europe has long looked upon Hungary. passed in performing the duties of a sight of the real slide, and in a moment Write For
furnishing drinking water. The statis- Catalogues. :
has been taking on a part cargo -
Magyar music"can be likened to noth- notary and seven years as an employee thousands of tons of snow,
naval stores at Muscogee wharf moves ing more aptly thanVto.the. exclusively tics of mortality In the country are of the government. I have worked ten mingled with trees and debris, are shot L. S. BROWN, PENSACOLA, FLA. I ', : ;
take but these show
out in the stream yesterday to very Indefinite even ,
Hungarian river Thelss.Capricious hours a day for twenty years. That down the gulch or the slope of a mountain ,....AI
on more cargo. She will probably that the rural population tI{: not_as free
and majestic' teeming1with. life and makes 73,000 hours. During those twenty as from the mouth of a cannon.In I )
sail tomorrow. from illness as it should be. And
silting up for miles surrounded by years I wrote 400 volumes and 35 a few seconds all is over and the J
though everywhere the rural death rate lions for $24. Yet a plot ol ground
B. S. Bernard The Journal's popu- charming fioriture of water lilies and plays. Of each of the 400 volumes an scenery of the little valley is completely NOTICE !
Is lower than the urban death rate which a farm and was granted ,,
yet was once
lar advertising is taking a
manager alder trees and suddenly again by poi average of 4,000 copies have been changed.-Mines and Minerals.
the lowering In has not and Btill belongs to Trinity church
veil-earned vacation and is now visiting is' : the'untry -
sonous marshes and swamps such printed and sold at 5 francs each. The
his old- home in New Orleans. been as great as in the city. An a yearly income of $10,000,000.
exam yields
the Theiss, such is Hungarian music, 35 plays have each been performed on VALUES State sndCountyTax'
This is the first vacation: Mr. Bernard ination of typhoid statistics shows that LAf\D Pennsylvania the second most populous
stirring bewildering; unspeakably saddening an' average 100 times. My books .
has takn in several years. the death rate of other diseases is gen- Rise of Real Estate state In America, containing: scores Payers.
I I inexpressibly.exbUarliting., It.. iave produced 11.853,600; francs; my Astonishing
Yap master! Frank Hadcliff and family erally lower in the country than in the Prices In Tbls Country ':1 of prosperous cities, has an area of
of intoxication
I Is the music of: rhapsodic souls plays have produced 6,300,600 francs. I will commence June 20th
have b n'ncamped-on! the Eseam-I I of the battlefield,, of wild <;.. city, .but the prevalence of typhoid Is Taking 3 francs a day as the average To those who are skeptical of the about 43,000 square miles. This tractof

bia river near Molmo for war dances after th 'vtctory. .But,'like.; almost equal to If not greater ;in the pay of a workingman and as there are wisdom of Investing! money in real estate land was given over to William to make up my list for publication .

They expect to go from there to Cottage I I I the great'rlver'it cannot be regulated t rural districts than In the cities., .300 working days in the year my there are numerous instances of Penn in settlement of a comparatively of all unpaid taxes for)
Hill to-day The party is traveling Several Instances have been trifling debt which Charles II. owed to .
: reported inch of land is of
-NineteenthCentd l1. books have paid for twenty the I cities every the 1905 real
years estate.
on .
in la which he found him- year
a covered wagon, a gypsy 00. which show the rural typhoid rate to value which have been built upon Penn's father and ,

end enjoying th outing greatly. . 00 be ten times greater than the urba.n wages wages for of 692 ten people years of and 347 my people.plays But the I I sites great formerly sold for little or even self disinclined or unable to pay In Pay your taxes at once and\

Work was begun on the fifth story of rate for the same district To particularize the l last figure must be multiplied by 3 I i given away. The: United States and cash. save the cost of advertising.

the new Blount building yesterday.I tense was commutsd'd' 'because of the' a certain district in central to Include the provinces, making 1,041 Canada are rich in such examples. The same improvident king was the J J. S. ROBERTS
The cement-'worfc this building has t 1! fact that the evidenceagainst, Grice.., Pennsylvania proves this fact. It is and adding 70 for the ushers, chiefs of Canada especially has been the scene one who rented 2,700,000 square miles ,

bf'J'n progressing rapidly during the was purely circumstantial! .antf because: .made up of a,rural population with 100 the claque and cab drivers makes a total of great bargains land. During the of the land about Hudson bay for a State and County Tax CollectorBOSSO'S

past few weeks and it will be only! a of his age, 14: years.. _ I I i Inhabitants to the.square mile. It is a of 1,458. Plays and books, then, first years of its history James I. madea yearly rental of two beavers and two ._ .
short time until .it..is! carried to the. This has proved to be
of fine elk annum.
Proposed height of the structure. Members of. the Y-.- M. C. A. are arranging -, region farms wild mountains have paid the wages of 2,160 people for free gift of the whole of Canada, together per
of the best speculations in land on
and woods, country residences and and Nova one '
picnic Newfoundland

a tennls tournament to begin all these years, not counting Belgian
C L. Lewis who was given a sentence as soon as a. sufficient'entries have, groves. And in this valley there pirates and foreign translators." Yet Scotia, to the famous Lord Stirling. record. Some 200 years after the deal

of 30 days in the municipalcourt been made. Four .teams have enter- has been.as much .typhoid fever as in he 'was not elected.Did Some 200 years later a member of the the company of owners sold the major

TuesWay:> : 'inorning, the sentence ed. Doubles .will.be- played first. This: the city of.Philadelphia.Sad suit of the governor of the colony was part of this vast territory to the Cana. Ice Cream Factory:

being suspended pending good behavior tournament is. preliminary to another as this condition Is, there "seems'to Not Violate Orders. granted 100,000 acres of land by William dian federation for $2,500,000, and in

: was gathered' In again yesterday to follow -winners-of-which will be no remedy for It. The sources of A North Carolina congressman tells IV. Later this was Increased by the meantime it had been bringing in can furnish you cream In
it being alleged that he"was guilty be awarded a handsome, prize as the an average Income of $500,000 a year.
of a city water supply are few and the of a.visit to a court In his native state the addition of 500,000 acres. Sixty any quantity. Satisfaction
disorderly conduct. He will now
1906 Y. .M. C. .AA. tennis champions. Less than 300 years ago the present
city government easily controls the Canadian land companywas
lave where public business interrupted later a guaranteed.
to was nearly years
serve the sentence. Any members.- the. Y. M. C. A.. desiring beIng site of Liverpool was sold for $2,250by
conditions affecting It. But what can the of given 8,000,000 acres, 2,000,000 PHONE 1326
The official commutation of the sentence to' enter should leave their by cracking peanut a small London syndicate, who had
be done when the sources of supplyare shells for most of the' paid for at the rate of 60 cents an SAM BOSSO. Prop.
of Thomas Grice, colored, who names at. the .assoclat n- office j spectators seemed As late bought it from Charles I. for even less.
numbered by the thousands? A the acre and the rests free gift.
the to be eating toothsome "goobey -
was sentenced to be hanged for The site of Johannesburg and most
ayrder of Leon Hicks whom he is ali The kind you .want.-Blue Ribbon! Vanilla -' mint of money and an,army of chemists ." Finally the judge lost his temper as 1880 the Canadian government actually of its gold mines, which are said to

i ged to have killed toy drowning after Extract Made. from the finest would not be sufficient to give! the and announced that he would fine the made the Scotch-Canadian com contain over $14,000,000,000 worth of Do You Want The

dispute: over the possession or'a Mexican Vanilla Beans absolutelypure same care to the country supply that J is next peanut cracker $5.: All was quiet pany a present,of $2,500,000 in cash as the precious metal, were sold less than

Ever! dollar reached the city yesterday and. aged until.it-has the famous< given to that of the city.-New York for a while, when suddenly came a a bonus, with a free grant of ,OOOOOO to an Englishman :

The paper states that the san- "Blue Ribbon .Flavor." ,| Herald. loud pop. The offender was brought acres. As there were many conditionsas thirty years ago the .
,, named Pratt for sum of $1,500. In
I . before'the to the development of the territoryIn
reprimanded fined.
t.. bar and It bad
: spite of its cheapness was a BESTHshinglackle
the terms of the grant the bargainwas '
"Your honor, began the man in a first bargain for him, for because of his
not s/\ one sided as it at ap
tone of humble apology, "I did not activity In the first Boer war his prop

mean to offend against the dignity of pears. of erty was confiscated and he was driven -
the court. I heard what honor Every one knows that the whole
your in
to England a penniless state.-
THE SOUTHERN HOTEL said about' not popping peanuts, and Manhattan Island WItS sold by the In- New York Herald.

Indeed, sir I did not violate the court's .

MRS. F. L..BOWEN, 'PROP.. or er." Ilaoloa and Cincinnati.
"What In thunder then," roared the Ball players predict that Ned Hanlon I

OPEN ALL THE YEAR. AMERICAN' AND EUROPEAN PLAN Judge, "were yon doing to produce that FACT EASILY PROVEDthat I win fail to make a high class team of I Tennis Golf Baseball and Athletic

Infernal disturbance if it wasn't peanuts the Reds-that is, they see nothing bet- Goods the best Phonographs and rec- ,

?' a ter than fourth place for Cincinnatithi ords the best Dog Medicine, the best

SPECIAL SUMMER RATES "May It please your honor, it was a year. Garry Herman is the most Bicycles, the best Tires the best ;!

pecan." liberal magnate In baseball? and never Typewriters, the best Lock and Key

At this the judge nearly fell out of t! stand In the of jcettlag Fitting, best Trunk Repairing best
Comfortable.. Quisine Excellent Jets big prices way
Pleasant. Convenient, his chair, and the crowd Indulged In P08TU M I I"ill players but it seems that no matter Gas Lamp, and last, but not least, tag' ,..

Service Up.to-Date roars of laughter. whom he gets'or how many playersthe best Roller Skates? -.iJ/
friend" said the Judge all 111 Why so to -
i- "My result is about the same at the
490 drop us ?a postal or call in humor gone, "your plea is well taken rebuild a broken-down, end of each season. Cincinnati U a !
If you will call up phone person, for there Is a fatal variance betweenthe coffee-ruined system.Get great baseball town and deserves to

ti ve will qe g lad:to1ve you,rates for either:.rooms, board or both. evidence and.Indictment.order. :Mr. the little book, "The Road have a team that can stay In the thick F. BPENSACOLA. BRUCE'i
Clerk; amend that I made awhile
to Wellville. In :pkgs. of the fight for the championship
ago a's to Include a ten dollar fine for
the! end.
eating pecans In this courtroom." ,



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; PAGE FOUR THE' PENS'ACOLA, JOURNAL" 'THURSDAY. MORNING' -, .,_. lf.NE. ..' 14t ,1 1906l
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\\l THE INVENTOR OF CHESS. FOR THE-- ---liTTLE- 'ONES. STORY OF' THE FLOOD Does your head ache?'Pain back of YO;

I. i < eyes? SometimesfaintanddizzY?
la "outnal Headaches Heavy

'J.. t. *',tna His Prise! Seemed:Not Be Modest Paid. but.It Could How'. to Play Touch the Exciting the; Third.Game Called ,:THERE_ARE MANy-AND, VARIED VER pressure mouth? in Does your your ead food? distress!:sad taste you ill?

: SIONS OF THE DELUGE. and irritable? Do ever have the blues? Then
Are you nervous you your liver
UuWJ1rUL -- u- itj An Arabian author Al Sephadi To. "tierce "touch the
1J-.r.r-H-u-- play or
t" is all wrong I Make your liver right. Make it do its work better. Take

,' DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. relates the following curious anec- 'third,' the company'must stand: ina The Gr at Eveat !. Chronicled Sot Averts Pills each oight, fust one. the We formula have no.ef""a11'-ear We medi"inee publish! L.- .-...ell...:one reco.vw .of.
dote: behind the.oth- Jrt. ..
circle.in'pa4's ------
Only In the Talmud and Koran but -
t PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY''' A mathematician named Sessa, er, excepting' in'one place, where In the Legends of Almost 'Even -=:::::
the son of Dahar,the subject of an they stand three One person
deep. B.aee That Ever Lived OB Earth appeared W. A. Btount: F C Brt'u
... I
BY... : p
Indian prince, having invented the stands butside the circle and is ,onI : Legal Advertisements E. Brawner, H. H. Boyer. W H1:
One of the most powerful and vivid
f: game of chess, his sovereign was no account"allowed to go within it. nah. J. A. Chaffln, W. B. Wngat I... .k'
GIVEN that
THEJOURNALCOMPANY.juA..ARW highly pleased. .with the inventionand The.objcctj.! $ to touch the third one, descriptive portions of the book of NOTICE IS HEREBY 16th Marsh, H. L. CovingtOn. F. F. B'i.
the I "
,: confer him when Genesis is that devoted. to the. wonderful we. the undersigned will on ham Rix M. Robinson, R. M Cn'a"
wishing to on' some wherever ihe "st rid. But to the Governor '
i. FRANK L. MAYES, President and General 'Manager.r reward worthy of his magnificence, he attempts this may she darts into the story of the deluge.: Together with day of of July the State 1906 of'apply: Florida at Tallahassee reno Greenhut., F. W.H.Marsh G. DeSlva, C.: Gumo-, Sr the.accounts of Adam's fall, the slayIng K: !,,
uuvuJu.n.n.Ltu1nfLrLru1ruJ, -wfLtta- r- ruWLJL J---- desired him to ask whatever he circle and takes her. place beforeone Abet/ for letters patent incorporating A. V. Clubbs, Wm. H. Know;,.,. ,
r I thought proper, assuring him that of the others. Then"the third of and the turning of Lot'awife us'and our assocates under the, Bass J. W. Bullard. C. C. Go.",,, :

? MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED. PRESS. it would be granted. The mathematician one, who stand! back of her, becomes into a pillar of salt, every one following charter, to-wit: "A. "II}. Morrison, A. M. McM! I ,

w 1..__ flrW' .. however, only asked for a the object.. ,But,she likewise remembers from childhood bow Noah W3! F. C. BRENT. F. E. ER&ffilNER Brown, J. S. Resse, Lee Dame., 1.
; was warned of the doom Impending I H. H. BQYER* J. A. OHAFFIN Jennings:, M. E. Clark, J. \\ j, .'
of wheat for the first takes her 'I
: SUBSCRIPTION RATES. grain iiit'thecirele and
squareof slips I over the children men n dhow. he W. J. HANNAH, W: B. WRIGHT, C. Geo. W. Johnson, F. Marston -
; One Year..5 GO Ono Month...... ........ 45 the chessboard, two for the second place in front of some one else. The constructed a huge ark in which he did F. MARSH H. L. COVINGTON. RIX I Gale Quina, J. R. Saunders anr: \.' "u'

z Six Mouths.... ........... 2 50 One Week .. .... ......... It) four for the third, and so on pursuer .is thus led from point to live himself and,his family ,and .two M. ROBINSON! F. F. BJNGHA3I: R.I, Bennett, known to me to be -

Three Months..... ....... 125 WeekJv! Edition per year..U O( to the last, or .sixty-fourth. The point in the circle, for he must always of every beast of the field and fowl of M. GARY A. GREENHUT, H. G. De-W.1XiiFJE'H. viduals described by those HAW' '

"k -uv- prince at first was almost incensedat aim at the one who forms the the air. for the space of 100 days or SZ.VA, SSAiRUITT IEORENO.: : F. each acknowledged that thee*, ,

;" The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed this demand, conceiving that it outside of TOW: of three. Any one until the waters subsided and the dry l'CLTJEES! .,C.WM.GUNTER H. KNOWiLES.EL'MORE. O.A. V.L. the foregoing instrument therein for "..' .. '

Circulation Statement, Can Be Secured. was ill suited to liberality.. By caught:changes places with tJfi! pur land appeared..,But the Biblical recitalof i i:BASS. J. W. FnaJLAR. C. C. GOODMAN and Given purposes under my hand set and fo- ..

the advice of his courtiers, however, suer. This"i&! 'something like the this terrible visitation of divine : GEO. -Wl JOHNSON A. D. seal this 11 day of June. A. D. : .
: tnnnnrunnnrtrrjtr -inrj.tnnrjnrflrt I he ordered his vizier to comply withSessa's old game off ox and geese. 'wrath Is 'by no means the only one. i I :MC.tR.f31ON.. : : A. M. McMJLXlAN. L. S. PATTTLLO CAiMPBF:

Offices, 108 and 110 East fTii Papers on Saleon Trains request, but the ministerwas : In' fact, the most skeptically inclined 'i BROWN,J.S. REESE! LEE DANIELL" Notar' 1My I
... I astonished when must believe that something of the sort F. MARSTON ED. GALS QTJIN1A.. commission expires Dec 14 : -
Government. Phone 38. and at all News Stands.PENSACOUA. I having Game of Grammar. actually occurred long ago for It has I A. JENTttNGS, M. E. .CLARK J. W. --

w -i-LS U LI A.AW' caused thL Quantity of ,wheat necessary The game of grammar is very en- been perpetuated not only In.the Talmud -i UUiRTON, J. R. 8ATOTOERS! C. E.EEXiNETT NOTICE IS HEREBY G'VEX .-.:

to fulfill the prince's order tobe joy ble. .'One,,plays! teacher and the and Koran, but In the legends of I : and 'W. A. BOJOIJiNT all we, the undersigned, will on !UP 1-,'

.\: :: FLORIDA THURSDAY -MORNING.- JUNE 14. 1906 > calculated, he found that all the others pupils, -The teacher says, almostevery nation'and race that ever of Pensacola! Florida, do hereby make I day of July, 1906, apply tn the CKAPT

grain in the royal granaries, and "Write a list of nouns." The'pupils lived on the face of the earth. Includingthe .I application for letters patent Incorporating nor of the State of Forith: at LIL...

ven all that in those:of his subjects watches Chinese, the 'ancient 'Astecs of I. us and or assigns into a hassee.for. letters patent m< oq.',c .
; get to work and the teacher
The News Bureau Simply NEW SHORT STORIESA and in all Asia 'would not be suffi Mexico, the Indian tribes of North and j' corporation in accordance with the Ing us and our assoc: :ate*, un., -3.?
their lists. The one who first makes I Laws of the State of Florida, under following charter, to-wit:
and the
South America even savages
"One" of the "Fund's" cient. the mistake of writing down something the following charter: .
Silk Hat Job. : of Africa We, C. F. (IARSH. W. I Hand \.\"
He therefore informed the prince, which is jiot the "name of I 1 GEO. W. ,, .
Numerous The late B rlah Wilkins, owner of -. The story, of course varies materially :a': ;f p"'
Objects. who sent for the mathematician and anything" e.,. a noun-has a bad traditions but The name of the corporation shall sacola, Florida, do hereincation mak- .
in the multitudinous ,
A few days ago the Ocala Banner the Washington, Post, came to Washington candidly acknowledged that he was mark set down him. I be 'LAKE-VIEW HAVEN COMPANY I for letters patent inf'Oring ;,'.-, .
: against the
the gist of It remains substantially '
Journal had been as a member of congress and 1 i and its principal place of business,I us and our assigns into a f"tian -, "
harged that The not rich enough to be able to comply Then "verbs" are required, and same-namely, that the earth was once Florida. :
left friends in Pensacola J in accordance with '
a good many political the 1M
tarnished with a complete list of the Ohio. with his demand, the ingenuity of the same procedure follows. visited by'n'great flood In which nearly I 2 the State of Florida under the to. ,;?:

gentlemen who were "putting up' the which astonished him still more Next. 'laai pyes," next "ad-- every living thing was overwhelmedand The general nature of the business'I ing charter:

oney"'to fight Governor Broward's He was in his office.one day several than the game he had invented.It verbs," etc.," until all are ready ta lost.. Thus In the Koran. we .read j i to: be transacted shall be the acquisi- 1

fit drainage scheme, antf th&t The Jourai administrations ago when a very seedy will be found by calculation quit. that Noah 'constructed; the .ark with lion and holding of sach real and personal -, The name of the corpora on .

had refused to publish such list. man came in. He was ragged and that the sixty-fourth term of the ,> divine.assistance and was railed.at foi1 I 1 I property: in Escambia County.1 be the DAKE-VIEW RAVEN; A's: : .
j dirty, unshaven and generally woebe his pains by the wicked. ''When. tr> Florida, as may be necessary or expedient -'CIA'110Sand its place of buso ",.
then double with
The Banner went on to publish progression, beginning Avon Not Av-on. I( .
gone.. time prescribed for; the punishment of.,i for construction, and maintenance Pensac:>'a. Florida.
the names of a number of citizens of unity, is 9,223,372,036,854,775,808, Most and if asked the of hotel
; "Beriah," he said "1 am down and boys girls mankind arrived water' was seen to a and 2
South Florwii who had Issued a circular ut I have lost everything I had, and and the sum ot all the terms of this name of that town England that flow from the burning oven of Koah'slwife I and the conduct ofa, hotel sanatonum'l The general nature of the hnp; ,:

in opposition to the drainage I want yon to get me some kind of a double progression, beginning with Shakespeare has made famous mostof and Immediately all the veins torium in said County,, to be transacted shall be thp rc>nd "

scheme and it implied that these citi-- Job." unity, may be obtained by doubling them would be likely to answer, and arteries of the earth broke and byitself or through its agents or lessees of a hotel and sanatarium in FT-r -* ', "
and the
and of
f. ens constituted the list referred to. Wilkins looked the man over and the last term and subtracting the "Stratford-on-Av-o ." And neither spurted out water. all real, and personal use property disposition necessary and County conduct Florida of and school the frr orgdl"N!':."'. ':
.I _Simply to be fair The Journal published found he was a lawyer who had done first from the sum. The number he nor. any. one,. else'would have a Noah was then admonished In these or convenient for the said purposes ing and education of nurses. w"; 1
him some service in Ohio. He said he therefore: of the grains of wheat required to words: "Take and bring Into the ark ; and the doing of incidental
this list of names, but explained right 1 find ;fault with them for all things power to give certificates or dm! o': -
that so far as it had been informed would do what he could. "But first let to satisfy Sessa's demand pronouncing the came of the river two couples of every kind of animal thereto. of graduation to persons in saul -,
me make yon presentable," he con- be I' male and female with all your family, 3. the ther.,
they had no connection with will 18,446,744,073,709,551,615.Row in that way, for almost everybodycalls meeting requirements : : :
tinned. except him who has been condemnedby :The amount of capital stock shall such certificates or diplomas! ;vquisition .
the "Florida News Bureau," which if a pint contains 9,216 I it A v.o; Your dictionary will .
They went to a barber shop where your mouth, and receive the faithful be Fifty Thousand ( 30,000.00)) Dollars use and disposition ,>"* ,''!
,;was the subject of The Journal's iu- the man was shaved and had a. hair grains of wheat, a gallon will contain tell you, however, that it is A-von. and even the unbelieving but few divided into shares of One Hun real and personal property IKT '-. .

:quiry. The Journal wanted to know : 73,728, and a bushel (eight gallons Ask the teacher .of your geography only will enter." The Koran also says dred ($100.00) Dollars each and shall cr convenient for the cam-Mi-! -. .

!\;Who was putting up the money to support ) will contain 589,784. Dividing class. Perhaps he or she may have that the ark was built In two years be payable; in cash or ia personal property said business, and the dom r", '. '

the "News Bureau" and.the Ban- the number of grains by this fallen into '.the.error of saying Av and that contained' three stories the I at a valuation to be fixed by the I I'I things incidental to or conw mf-' -
quantity we get 31,274,997,412,295for ; upper one for the birds, the middle one directors. Ten per coat of the cash! said business.
e7ier replied by 'publishing a list of p*r. on. ; 'I shall be paid In at the time of the or- 3
for the and the and the
men provisions
the number of bushels
)lions who so far as surface Indica- necessary ganlzation of the corporation: and the! The amount of thp r-1"l' ,-- :
tions go had no connection with the to discharge the promise of the Indian A Queer Word.. hold for the beast's. Canaan the son I remainder from time to time, upon the I shall be Five Thousand n-'i-:'! .

bureau but evidently not having any prince. And .if we suppose I There.- r lots .of queer things of Ham Noah, refused to be saved. Therefore I call of the directors.. 000.00) divided into PC*" 0 'o' ""
cursed him and his -
''faith in it had issued a lltUe anti that one acre of land is .capable of: about,the:.English .l language, as you became black and, were enslaved.posterity : 4 'I''I'I Hundred Dollars (til"J '' I", ., .. ..

drainage literature on this own ac- producing in one year thirty bushelsof I have been 'i9I (14) directors.
cent the or anizai.pcratipn ;
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;Whatever so far as The Journal's inquiry 913,743 acres, which is more than be diligentlystudied.i .? Here is the six months had passed the ark restedon Secretary and Treasurer. The directors the directors.,
eight times the entire surface of the word "charm" for which the of Mount Ararat shall be elected
was concerned but as the Banner example, top Djondi ( ), annually at a 4
either could not or dared not tell globe, for the diameter:of the earth has two d riv, tions; according to after having made the circuit' of the meeting of the stockholders to be held The business shall be conri." -

!who was backing the. "news bureau" being taken'at 7,930 miles, its whole the sense iuwliIch it iused. Whenwe world. Tabari says that two sorts of I Ion the First Monday surface land and water e.i i it animals left the ark which had not en- I i year and the officers shall be elected, President! a Vice-President and f -
,.,including: : as meaning a magic spell
resorted to the old Yankee trick o! by the Board of (Directors at a and the lat' :
1 dragging in another' question Jn '. el1cpe V will amount: to very little.more_than or incantationx.it: ii from the.Latin tered It-the pig and the cat Concern. ring held on the same day. whom retary shall! be business manage r ,
,the latter we have this interesting meet-I
of detracting attention m..the 126,437,889,177 square acres., -urten,' 'famff. "But when we piece Information When the rats be- I Until the first ectio. directors shall be elected annin "

first] one. If the price of a bushel of wheatbe use.it in the sense of grace or T>eau: gan to make trouble:the complained 'Blount shall be President, F. C. ,' a meeting of the stockhold0- "

Our Ocala contemporary was of estimated at $1 the'value of the tyt it is.. from, the- Greek word to Noah. Whereupon voyagers the patriarch Vice-president and G O. W. Johnson,! held on the first Mondav in T '
I above Secretary and Treasurer, and the said: earn year. and the officers Oib..
course not suited with The Journal"sfEP'ly quantity probably exceeds "charma. : .
"passed his hand down the back ,
persons, together with A. V. Clutb.s: tie Board of elected by
and it makes a bad case that of all the riches the earth.- J T ,
now on. of the lion, who sneezed, and the cat I H. H. Boyer F. E. Brawner H. G.! a meeting held on the same ds:'
'etUl worse by the following comment: Follies of Science. t Conundrums. leaped out Of its nose. And the cat ate : DeiSilva.O.. ,J... 'Bass, J- A. Chaffin, Rlx j Until the first election. C. F \o.! ,
The Journal's reply strikes us as When is like children? the rati.". iAccording: ( Robinson H. L. '
ether incomplete and somewhat di.s.lngenuous. /grain 1M. Covington.: W. J.1 shall be President W. J. Hann; i
.{ Our contemporary declares John Boyle's Battle.Run. When cradled.[j to' the Talmud Noah and I C.. F, .Marsh and Wm. H.!j be Vice-President. and Geo. W TU. !

that it has never received "a complete John A. Boyle, a Massachusetts. Why are' 'oul friends like"'good his family and one pair of each kind of Knowles shall constitute the Board ol\\I ston shall be Secretary and Tn a-. : '

fllst". of the contributors thereby iiplying man, took part in the civil war and books? They afe well selected. beast- were to be saved in the ark but :Directors. and business manager, unl tii. ''' ,.'!

\ : ,that the list given,by the Ban liked to tell about. his xeriences.At When are stone quarries like for- of,every'clean beast seven were to enter The corporation I 5 shall exist for Nine- persons Directors.shall constitute the Bo;
1! the In. The had
incomplete. But rhinoceros however
jeer was Jony
he told lorn hopes? When blasted. ty-nine ((99)
a meeting one evening years from the date of the 5
)nal has never seen "a complete list to.be left out, for the simple but sufficient
jhcfcv can it say that the Banner's list about the experience he had at the When;are: guns. like the plains! reason that its neck alone was issuance of letters patent to It. This corporation hall eit ,'"""

\\ls Incomplete-where does it get the battle of Bull Run lis follows: When leveled.Whenis three miles long. Nevertheless all the I 6 Ninety-nine! (99) years from !t1ie' ,'
\.Information what is Its basis of com "' --- "I saw the their nilk like an ill tempera rabbinic writers The highest amount of indebted. of the issuance of letters patent i
.um YOV A IAWTXB? ASKED THE FBESIDE5T. men drop guns : agree that the rhinOceros ness to which the Company shall at 6

;jjarfson) The Journal? takes exception: the !: and run, so I dropped mine and ran, old woman?. When sour. survived the flood; hence It Is any time subject Itself shall be Twen-I The highest amount of mdeb '!;.1*'

fact ttat In the pamphlet to which the cut and a bath. Then Wilkins took too, but I was chased by one of the When is a quilt like an insan reasonable to suppose that the huge ty-flve Thousand ($25,000.00) Dol'ars.! to which the corporation hal' ;1' '

'names of these contributors ,are at- him to a clothing store and bought hima enemy, who had his gun in his hand.I person? When crazy. beast.was taken In tow by a rope attached .7 time ubject itself shall bf T\\T--

tached, makes no mention of the' complete ontfit-frock coat, high hat ran the fellow a good race for two .I to its born. Some authorities The said subscribers subscribe to five Thousand. ($2f.000.00) 1)rI'la-

'Florida News Bureau." Why should good shoes, shirt, collar and everything miles, and then I stumbled.and fell The Shepherd Puzzle. likewise declare that Noah extendedhis the following amounts. of stock, to- T
lit?, The Banner simply referred to the he needed. The change was marvel- A hospitality to another outsider In wit; The said subscribers sub!'""' ; M.
lanti-dralnaga campaign and as the ons. ,The Ohioan looked distinguishedand and was expecting-hinvto come< up shepherd on way to market the shape'of 0:. the giattX who climbed Wl A. Blount.....,.......to 3 shares the following amounts of stort: "

'latove mentioned bureau is but one prosperous in his new rig. and shoot me. He didn't come, so 1 with some"sheep met a man who on the roof of the ark and received I' F. C. Brent ..;.'... .. .. ...10 shares wit; ,

{actor In the.fight, the expenses of the Next morning Wilkins took his friendto I looked around to-- see' where he said, "Good morning, my friend, his dally food through a hole bored In F. E. Brawner. ........ ,....10 shares I II C. F. Marsh. 20 shares . ,S2" "

., e t bureau 'are, of course one of the ob- the White.House and introduced him was, and to my surprise saw him with your score of sheep." Said the the side f'the vessel. I H. H. Bojer ..... ......... 5 shares! W. J. Hannah, 15 shares. . i"1'' 'i'' '

eets upon which the fund1' contributed to the president He told the presidentthat sprawled out on the ground about shepherd. "I have not a score, but Ararat has been known under this I W. J. HaI D.ah.u..u. - -------t,1- :- y Geo. W. Johnston, 15 shares. li"' ..
the people i to be J. A. Chaffin... ..... .:. .. 5 shares -
i 1b3; anti-drainage ? this had been two from I and if I had as more than I have name for 3,000 and eo :,
,iexpended.I man of much helpto yards me. got up many years an Armenian W. B. Wiright .... ,.. ... ... 5 glares Total, 50 shares..O'. ) J
{ Since the Journal has shown softeruch him and he wanted to get him a looked at him and saw that he had half as many more, and two and a writer declares that an entire countrywas C. 'F. Marsh.; shares

eohcitude in the matter, vre place, thinking he might secure a clerkship died from apoplexy" half sheep, Ishould ,have just a so called after Aral the Fair, an J. R. !ISaunders .. .. .:. ... 2 shares IN WITN1E03 WIHEIREOF *.' '' .'

4 would suggest another question whhh of some kind. Boyle's hearers asked what he did score." How many sheep had he? ancient Armenian king, who lived 0. E. Bennett.to.. ....:.... 2 shares before mentioned subscriber-. 'a'' fl

t 4t might profitably ask. "Are you a lawyer asked the president next, and he replied, 'I wept for"the Answer: Seven. Figure it out. about 1750 B. C. He fell In a bloody H. L. Covington..to h. .. 2 shares hereunto signed our names thic *> '8'"

Who is putting up the dough for battle with the Babylonians, and the F. F. B1ngham..l' share of June. A. D.. 1906.C. .
that I
Governor Broward in his drainage. "I am," said the visitor. man run: to death. scene of his death was thenceforth 1 Rix M. Robinson.....a..... 2 shares F. MARSH

Campaign? "All right," said the president "I Naughty Tom. known as Aral-Arat, or the Fall of B.M.:. Cary.: 1 share v. J. HANNAH

!The Journal does not Imply that theIJst will make yon,chief justice of one of Polite,' Reproof.A Aral Josephus refers- to the mountains A. Greenhut ......:. 1 share GEO. W. JOHNSTON'

to which the Banner refers is the territories." lady once ventured to publicly Nazua 1a. and declares that the remains H. G. DtSUva. ,..,. 1 share
Scarritt (Moreno......., .., State of Florida.
"But .. 2
bur shares
,eithar: complete or Incomplete. We -.stammered the surprisedOhio reprove a well known London society .of the ark were there to be seen F. W. Escamb'a.
']cnaw. absolutely nothing about it except man. man for his overfondness of carefully preserved. I C. Gunter EImre- ._ ..15 share.3 share County Before of the subscriber 'persona'1''] '".
"Shut "
: what the Banner tells us, but as the fellow np subsided.commanded Wilkins, and good living. Th ,gentleman made a Almost.all the Asiatic traditions I A. V. Clubbs............:.... -6 shares peared C. F. Marsh, W. J. Hanna '-1

the latter stated in plain English that The himself conspicuous 'by the ,way he Closely resemble the Biblical account "'m. lL .Snowies: ....:.... 5 shares I Geo. W. Johnston, known to me '">"."
appointment was made and the erosns"1n his Chaldee B. C. O. 1. 0\ '"
list" gorged himself at a dinner to whichhe history ( Bass.j...: 3 shares, the individuals described
It willinglettgoatthatandtaketheBan .
was a "complete we are .
served his .Iot
man out term. Wilkins said! .
2(30)) speaks of tea kings who appearto J. W. Bollard. and each acknowledged!!
and others of:the ten had ;... 1 share names .
upper ''
to he got the place solely on his high hatSaturday been invited. To make I correspond to the ten patriarchs in C. 'C. Goodman. to... .M..I share they executed the foregoing :'j, ,.
lift's ivronj for il Evening Post matters Genesis before the flood. The last of A. D. Morrson} .... ... 1 share ment for the uses and purpo< ; Tin

:We _are satisfied that the Banner is worse, he was sufficiently unwise or ,. .,_. these kings was.called Xisuthrus. Be- A. M. MoJiman.. .. ....... 1 share get forth. 'I 31I
cn the "Inside" of the anti-drainage Dldat' Knew Metric. .. thoughtless enough to": attempt to .. p .4 rosus relates that "Kronos appearedtoXlsuthrisIn I L. 1f-rown' '*,...01..4. -.. 1 share Given under my hand and I Icaiopalgn and therefore Is enabled' to Big Tim Sullivan, ;who has honored excuse himself with the remark that a dream and warned him J. Reese...?;. ., ... 1 share seal this 6 day of June. A. D.. 1".1.
Washington with his presence for two "in : > 'Lee Daaiell..... --.I...., LEE DAJTE' .
:eating well: I praise the :food, that all.men would be destroyed by a 2 shares "
; Speak with authority. days, although he has not ventured on thereby using well known : deluge on the 15th of the month Dae- T. A. Jennings.,',.., .... .:1 Share Notary J'} ; ,.
We are also glad to know that tb"Florida the floor of the house of which he'Js a a :quota- ,_ l SS M. E. dark.- .... ..,..to 1 share My commission expires Oct. 17, : "
tion. It lios and commanded him to write
was an to
t News Bureau" is simply "one member,.was brought here to vote In opportunity J. W. Lutton. ".; 1 share --
j.o* the objects upon which the fund the committee on coinage, weights'and be lost by the. somewhat disgustedand S down all the learning and science of Geo. W., Johnson..... ...10 share3
witty lady at his elbow. men and. to hide it In the sun city F. Marston ., .....
(. contributed by the anti-drainage people measures to'report a bill making the sitting 0.. .t 1. share
: is to be expended.! metric systen ,the legal system of "Really, sir," she observed, witha Siparis and then to build a ship! and Ed Gale' Qutaa..,_ ..,..'... 1 share
enter it along with his family and relatives
sow, may w. be permitted to kiorw measurement in this country.As sweet smile, "you should not carry and,nearest friends and to take Total I
he has not been in the house since praise to the :
pointof flattery.
further what some of the other objects .. Into it with him food and drink and WITNESS WIHEREOF\ "S
the first day; of the session, when he .. .-. t.. .' we the
are? occupied the seat' for a few minutes, Occasion. .b Li> beasts and winged fowl When he was before'mentbned Birbacribers have t'a'
Rose to the '
This is really getting to be a very his arrival created great excitement asked whither he.was about to sail, he hereunto signed our names, this 11 -.' I -
One day a gentleman gave haifa was bidden to reply, 'To the gods to day of June. A, D. 1906. -
subject and we hope the and Billy Watson, his private secretary Tom, Torn. the drummer's. r
:Banner will &o fit to go somewhat who has remained faithful at his crown to a "de f and dumb" beggar, Stole father's drum. and off be run. pray them that'men may prosper.' Bass L. S. Brown F, "W.' Alarsh, O. L. __:

boo details and explain how that fund post all winter tells this story about It: who, quite taken ,off:his:guard by He beat the drum Xisuthrus did as he was commanded, W. Johnston, F. C. Brent, A. Greenhut Geo.
And father, Lee. Daniel, F. E. Braw-
such unusual, munificence grum and when the flood showed signs of
which it reterS 'to with such easy familiarity "Tim said Watson, "what's this exclaimed Beat,Tom from.12 till nearly L ncr, W. A. Blouat W. 3. Hannah C. ; ,:
is going to be used, asid'c here.metric system. yon come down to joyously: "Bless"" you. sir! -chicago News. abating he sent out three birds in succession. F. .Marsh, Rir.. )L Robinson T. A- (5- '
The first and second
vote for? Bless !I" : came .,
you K.H. oyer, J. R. Saunders,
from supporting & public sentiment
"Never heard of It before" said Tim. "Hello!I" said.thegentleman.1 ,"I Words From Animals. back, the,latter with mud on its feet, H. L. Covin'gton, J.. W. Bnllard. M. E.
manufactory as in the case of th.3e'ws "I have heard of the 'double but the third returned not Soon afterthis Clark C.
'* out and thought you were. deaf and dumb?" There are a good many verbs in C. Goodman R. M. Cary J.
Bureau. the 'single out system in faro and of: i "So I sir the, the English language that have their the ship was stranded on a mountain S. Reese, ''Ed Gale Quina, Frank Mars-
tGo far as Governor Bro'Ward is eonferned the 's cond favorite' and the 'progress was' replied beg and Xisuthrus disembarked with 'ton, J. W-Lurton,' Scarritt Moreno H.

we imagine that he can answer ive ,systems In horse racing and the gar, "but .your'extraordinary generosity origin in animal traits. For example his family offered thanks to the gods G. DeSilva F. F. Bingham J. ,A. Chaf-

any important: question which the 'color! and column' system In roulette was such a shock such a we :"crow" over a person, we and vanished. Subsequently the remaining fin C. E. Banneit, :Wm:. H. Knowles

Banner cares to. direct to him. Theaurnal and a dozen more but I don't know pleasant shock-to. Ihe:system thatit 'quail" in the presence of danger, survivors heard his voice in Wl B. Wright, AD.: 'Morrison. C. Gunter .

is not his who this dock.Metric Is, and I never has restored my speech and hear- we "duck" our heads, we "ferret" a the heavens, bidding them fear God Elmore. .A. M.. .,.McMillan, A. v.
keeper and does not Clubbs.: ..
to come here and vote for it"- sand times!1" footsteps.Read and from'them instruct men. State of Florida] daughter?"
tsk the governor direct what you want Washington Cor.Cleveland Plain D..-i l County of Escambia. : -Very; be allows her $ 9.0IOl;

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PEOPLEand EVENTS fiicult for even her friends to real- .
JiVthat; at last.she had succumbed to < I Ij

tie. long strain of years of devotion'to
the welfare of ottiere. However, it is } SCilOOLA ',II
now: believed that the enforced rest \, t I
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Among. Those Who Go, Come and j will Jn reasonable' :time, entirely restore .!.' !,
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*"*arry.& Women and Society, Here and. Elsewhere. Miss Cora Hunt' .has gone to Athens Will Soon be Oat : !

to enjoy the commencement: week fetiTtties Ever' have, a-tack stab you in t thE] ,,
of the University of Georgia; solq? f
., ,Bf f.. NflUE BECK. Tafeufcon. 669. ? where her brother Mar. Dudley Hunt :is + e > :1
an enthusiastic Freshman. Ever, try to be' happy while ridges For lire Summer S i
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and, ,stitches, irritate your feet? 'i

:WR.::::-=AND MRS. JIM WHITE : films'and week the the'tide bay 50 bas high beentougi the ba so< Forget thoSe times-and, wear MEY.ER'S and the Boys and Girls $$4 {:. f-, :; .,. j

CHAPERONING IN THE EAST. I 7he Journal's Daily Fashion Feature. shores dwellers have been deprived, to SPECTAt.;, Shoes made by thE 'i ''
of their famous, Goodyear welt process, with as well as' Teachers are
Mr. ana! Mrs. "Jim"White have been a great daily avooUons j i
Boston and write their relatives'o I whiten consist.largely of heath innersoles as smooth as the palm *ot i.

the!In clothes worn in that city,.at this ':- bathing and Icrabblng-however, they your hand.. eagerly looking forward J:f'

:.Iason-V'arying alorsg the street from! have.managed to get enough crabs to Dull and-shiny leathers, tang or '. t .
mea in heavy overcoats and women i in devil 'em.bliss black laceand':: button., to the Closing Day Exer'J'J t 'I.-
u'fh %
furs and velvets to peekaboo waist .
without wraps, and men in. summer; Colon Smith has returned from $3.50 AMD $4.00 PAIR.. cises. Each one i is rr, r i l.H ;
she has R
P-erdldo been visiting o "

costunws.They are now imNew York and hat Mrs. YoongMood wfao has a somme HEYER SHOE COMPANY i'l
Ing a fine time and speak enthusiastically + home there. Miss Smith -was ascot, anxious that. they shall look their best on this-event- r f.
happiness of .Mr. and iMrs panied by Mrs., Allison who is her ,f', I '
of tie few days. Feet Furnishers For Folks ful occasion. If should happen to be a Girl '
Herbert C. Hobbs. Mrs Hoobs had a ( guest for a you 4 ; .f
surprise a few days after herl 102 S. Palafox II--
pleasant wedding when she received In} Brookyn -' .'Mr. Bedo Blount is among the co Street. you can add greatly to the beauty of your-costume lr, !
a handsome! sterling silver coffee V lege men at home forwacauen.: : Hi
set from the firm of William Johnso:l I leans sister, Miss Hilda is still in New Oi.1 by having us fit you with a pair of our Dainty : ) >1

& Son. :1)
,Mr. Steiner and bride,(Miss Brown]) 1" I Dodd Or if Oxford :,1
,: Dorothy Slippers. prefer an
you : :
are making the same trip Mr. and The Korean Tea from 5 to 10 Friday -::1 BEULAH :

White:Mrs.: White;ayes they are are making"chaperoning, and Mr the'. I' '. '..., ',:, ,i tonally evening ei&tcaling; promises as it to will be as be sar-d -I:1: we are prepared to show you many beautiful styles; J ( !

bride ana'' groom" who are well anc Rightful socially 1- .,
happy and enjoying every moment of ,I ? v u and should you be a Boy, our Alden Shoes are the f' i
their trip. f Mrs. Clarence Osseon of Macina Special to The Journal.

Bluff, on lake Erie, leaves to-day for; Beulah, June J3.-We have had our very acme of gentility and durability. We extend j, t ":. 1
Mrs W. S. Maclay and daughter home accompanied by her nephew I usual weekly rain. Last Saturday .... I

Miss Margaret Maclay leave to-daj Stokes Barton who has spent a few i rain was: a good'one and all crops are: to every school boy and :1 t (
noon for Oklahoma City, where they days with relatives on his way north I looking well in consequence. : : .

will visit Mrs. Madays daughter Mrs I from South Florida. I Bn Waters had the misfortune 1 to I girl and their teachers a :; : \ !

\V. C. Taylor, formerly Miss Alice lose a valuable horse last week. ': ..,' I
Maclay! till October. Their home *t ? Mr. J. R. Keller! leaves Thursday I. cordial invitation j >!
friends wish them the most delightfu ,,; night for Boston to attend the grand. !Mrs. Eliza; Busby and little daugl to'visit 1 .
: .j.jI
meet of Knight, Templars. I ter, Jettie were tensacola visitor '
summer. 0 h I last Friday. The young lady had som I our store and allow us the :. ':I
COUNTRY CLUB'AFTERNOONS : Mrs. C. C. CoWon and children of! teeth extracted..She. showed better+ t, ,

GROWING IN POPULARITY Mdbile, Ala.,, 'are. visiting. Mrs. J. grit than some of her elders. pleasure of showing them t !
Wm. Shelby and wife had business
Fisher. 1 t
AS Tuesday afternoon tea and i in the city one day last week. The the newest Line of Footgear F=.:;./

evening dance at the Country Glut i Senator J. H. Humphries and his were accompanied by their granc
was unusually enjoyable.The lovely wife of .the Manatee Rive Daughters, the Misses Louisa and Lia that Skilled Workmen can produce. id#

first car going down was filled Journal, did: not return from the zie Lister. ,1,

with members' and friends and eacl mountains of "Old North State" with Eugene Snowden of Hammac( Ah I <, ,
succeeding car carried an a.dditionalcontingent. other members of the Florida Pres- bama, was a Sunday visitor at the f" "".
but continued northward and on Saturday home of his parents, air. and Mrs Yours cordially i t { :' (
The House Ctnnmrttea is to be eon were In Washington, D. CliesureJy James !Snowden. :
gratulated upon the increasing popularity seeing the -sights appreciatively Some one turned C. B. Busby's horse ': ;f [

] of its weekly entertainments for : from the ttttfb of Washington: loose one day in town last week. 1 It '
'the members.The EFFECTIVE: USE OF TUCKS. at Mount Vernon to the statue of got out of the lot and run away.there; ;
pavilion over the bay makes. "Francis WHlarS: the only Roma: by adding quite a little to Mr. B's ei WatsonParkerReese Co } tl tlJ

cool ball room while the wash of the There are many tailored waists this this model there are three halfinchtucks among the celebrities in marble and pence account-by a smashed wagon.
wares, and the music of the stringsthe season, varying only in disposition i running from the choulders to bronze In the HaH o? Fame," as Mrs Isaac Hurst killed what those wh .
only music that really chimes with of tucks which are seen in a greateror the waistline eiflisr; side of the centre Humphries expresses It. saw the'animal pronounced a heave (

the song of the water-are an inspiration lesser number in the full fronts back, these matched by others stitched} -+- He killed it In a branch near when Successors to Green & Watson. t; t,
to the heaviest feet as the and snugly...fttting backs. And on the to the yoke plat> where the fasteningis Mr and Mrs! Fred A. Sweet's Utile he resides. !' 1.
change from town to the freer air oJ proper arrangement of these very. made with regulation Shirt buttons. (daughter JudSdi!: who was very ill fo IMrs.."James Snowden has been quite Jf'
35 Palafox Street. :
33 South
the country is restful ann! bracing tithe tucks depends to a marked degree the: The collar Is a high band, slightly a.' day or two, is' now improving. sick since she'came home from Quit and : ,
weariest business men. I beoomingness of. the waist The;' curved to the shape: of the neck, afd ",> + tette." I l,,_
The non dancing members enjoy: roman; who I is ;short of waist should the three-quarter sleeve is full and Rev. Jessa'R. iBk&nell, in charge offt Isaac Hurst went to Seminole to ; ,1' ;'i s.

the big chairs on the broad gallery or! always see to It that she'buys or has gathered into a turnfoack buttoned EpisteopaJ missions at ;;Warringtoi work for the'Southern'States Lumbei ., .. 'f.;'
the dab house or a stroll about the made waists with lengthwise' tucks in cuff. K desired, th'1s sleeve may be &iUd Century lest Wednesday noon for Co. last Monday. The company 'We< ,; :1:

grounds, and along the beach In the the back which tena' to lengthen the cut full length and finished with a Washington C. Mr. Bicknell will understand,,hive advanced the wages DRINK BOTTLED
gkmous moonlight making a restful waist and they. should appear in the stiffened maanishrr jaff, fastened with be greatly m&sed'ialiring' his absence; I to: $1.50 per day. lJDELICIOUS I t:
and inspiring sight-on land and sea. front for exactly the same reason. In links. 5f six w ltsJy-;! ; .his parishners, a;< S. 'W;; Long, who Is employed at the<

T weU as by his hosts of persona Star Turpentine, Oo.'a camp, has re i
UTTLE AUDREY'S VIEWS OF I friends and admirers in this city, al turned from an extended visit with] .
sion to learn. When they do need surprise Mr. Mrs. 1. 'G Ynlestra :
THE LIGHT IN THE MOON.Mr. and ,_ 5t.wb.om win.welcome his return. relatives and friends at Andalusia., !tit
and Mrs. J. R. Keller, who are that knowledge"they'll get It, by inquiring -, at their residence 705 E'ast'CertanteaThey t Opp and other points in Alabama. i i.: :
just..as..t1s+1 ars getting this carried musicians: lemonade, : p r .I :
tow pleasantly located at their sum And. they are not."ignorant," in the cake frults aaa"ice in''abundance. 'Mr. J. A, dines :.of Lafayette, Ala, MM. James Snowden spent a very i t.-!.
home-"Hickory Grova"on the daFt last Friday the guest of ,t.r'
mer ..
vho made the fine re
If' been- danced 3jedelegaie "
ordinary They
sense. theyhad g : on the latticed"gadleryj; ( >
bayshore had their baby daughter Mrs. Mary Barrineau at the Barrineauiind' r
of welcome at
Tuesday norant, they ,jhave-.stum'bled; on; played games in' the parlor and enjoyed Spouse to the address
with them driving
out Trammel Co.'s
Audrey that pretending they ,knew the meaning o': a lovely evening and ,the surprise ih$ reception'to the visiting Eptwortl camp. ..
evening when one remarked daughter Mary, '
"R. S. V. P." nut- bang' intel1lgeD.tthey of'their aostess until after midnight Leaguers, Is e guest j with Rev. R. E (Arthur Spare.nd ,
the moon was up. It was just rising, began to inquire and'would .continue ':' Rutledge of BaleviHe, Ala., of Mrs were the guests of H. C. Miller and REFRESHING ., ;"j.J.
but screemsd by the light cloudfe! at to inquire'until they, found out.1 )Uarton, Clutter oa East Gadsden. family' of Myrtle Grove, for dinner .;'
the horison. Little Audrey said, in last Friday. We found Mr. Miller aiupfodate a The Genuine has Trade Mark on and label. ::1"
al Nobody knows anything till he finds :> MRS. MASSEY ENTERTAINED? U'. ,+ cap .
rather grieved tone0 and busy ,
: farmer a very ; : ".
Mamma! The moon hasn't got a it out, for'nobod .was born with! i TUESDAY PLEASURE CLUB. .IMr;. ,nd Mrs:Fred 0. Howe are com man just at thIs time of the year. Hs+
light in it!" t knowledge anything.. We all have; ? Mrs. John Massey entertained the t fcrtably established In their summer employs 'good many hands at remunerative ,. BOTTLED EXCLUSIVELY BY ?
to acquire it., 'Some of tis go throng Pleasure Club "
pleasantlyi this the Bay
very Bungalow"
Later, when they had returned home W,3''I lome "The wages and has made a success
end went out the gallery the moon life in profo anYignorance because ? I week.: bore for the season and have with for
on of truck farming a good, many,
are too silly to ask and fondle-I Mrs. W. T. Bidwell the new member \ Mrs; 'W. Howe
wag shining brilliantly+ and unobs ured hem Mr and1 George Bottling Works J''
imagine that we are making other I captured the first prize, Mrs C&hriesRupert years. ._ : Hygeia
and little Audrey suddenly exclaimed I nd children. We had the pleasure of looking ovei: .
know be
people believe we .everything I the second and Miss, Katie : '. t" ,
delightfully 4 Mr. John Bryant last Sun
"There, Mamma! the moon's got a cause we! don't never know.Admit. That there is is Ignor anything -' Stokes the consolation,' Miss" situate Charming Mrs. (Dr.) Ferrell Pearson flay.the farm He'ls of one 'of Beulaft's progressive ., PHONE 587. 124 E. CHASE ST. -h: 'fi;

light: in it now!" we Hollafield substituting tore Mrs. 'ana little son Feireil of Moatgoin : fanners, keeps a good many cat 'h 1 _
ance. ] James II --
-+- "- White. sTy/are visiting her grandmotiiM tie, beds his yards with pine straw live within -I ;'; : ;
WHAT R. S. V. P. MEANSON On the other hand; some ot .us, having W.The A. next meeting will be with Mr*.; Irs ]d.! H. Gonzalez, and her father and otHer.refuse matter, and has aOOutl' delivery one-half simply mile because of a measley they little+ aP?,1"I; "I
of Dunham.
foundation plain cent :
A CARD OF INVITATION.Two a good }Jr.G. +W. Gonzalez, comer Wright and solved the fertilizer problem, while other men 1
on waste little + country postofflce!, :
mon s5nse"to"bulld' ; ; -
readers of The Journal write to Spring. little of the commercial art! have We rtI
buys very route and who Are
but lose BAPTIST live on the I
time in idle investigation, no I UAD1ES MEET who
;, .
!inquire the meaning of the letters, "R. THIS sle. 'He also raises most of his feed I break up the route are permitted .
time till we do find out what we wish AFTERNOON AT 430. tried to ,
her .J'
S. V. P." on Mr. and Mrs. J. GonzalezYniestra's 'Miss Belle Berlin accompanied and has now five acres of corn that is where they '
their letters ; .
"tin wedding" cardswbdchwere or need to know.. That is intelligence!.I The Missionary Society of,the First j toosin :Miss Begina Helnberg to her hard to beat. His crops of every kind! to mail right) but we want I ;;

printed on this page Tues- cation Some consists one has truly nutmuch.said ths.t-'Edu-in what Baptist church, meets in the Sunday; acne tn Birmingham, and will be her show that he uses brain as well as want other to, (men which to is:nave the same privilege Sole Agents For tit: ,
scoooi room this afternoon at'4:30. two months'or more. The the
day morning. And, both inquirersone ;nest for n their production. under this rule, dc
how they,
you know, as in what you know -+- ladies have in view anothrpy uMarion which
- a young girl and the other a"midileaged wo young Busby was a business visitor -i the only way to
business man who seldom to find out whenyou. need the know iMiss Katharine Perdue Jeft last; g visit such as Miss Heioberg en in the city last Friday. I not have. I suppose is by petition,, '
"' annoled A. Morrill&
edge. night on the late train for NashviHe her aunt get the rule i Go's 3
attends any social alfar"-seem! oysd while guest o "Miss!! Mary Spare has gone to visit I interested will make an *<*tf
ashamed of their "ignorance," as both Neither a young girl still .in school Tenn., where she will enter Peabody! Jrs. J. Berlin. a few days at the pleasant home ofR. and if those that direction the objection- ;
term it. 1 nor a business'man who rarely goesin Normal! College for the summer.Milss -4- I. 1. Bradley near Muco-ee. effort in be'knocked out. i
But there Is no more occasion, for society Js.expected to, nor needsto Perdue is as enthusiastic in.her studyof Mies Addie and Miss Ann t Mancel Our rural route: is keeping up and able rule can I -
either to be ashamed of not being familiar know as a 'rule,. th3 technicalities -her profession as she is ambitiousto eft at noon Wednesday for their home shows the 'average of 300 pieces per
with that little social: technique: of social life and both' will be gladto acquire all that.is important as an it' Greenville; .A34.; after pleasant month required by the department for THE ORIGINAL. I Iowa ;
than that the little girl should not be learn that one ,of the most distinguished I educator two qualities that !persisted! isit to .tho'lf' aunt Mrs. Bryan on the three 'months of April, May and Foley & Co., Chicago, originated ,
familiar with some little trick of the I men who .'ever visited the in will fit her eventually for-&.position North_Dav1l. : Hotel 'in its most distinguished at the top. account of the great;
Tampa Bay
business man's trade, that the buS-I. mo th"of May'WaS'pieces, a gain of remedy and on '
or a'.dinner Invitation -+- : and Mrs. E. P. Preston of 128% popularity cf Foley
r.? s man should not know how to' days brought: ; .' 6 52 'pieces over- the previous month merits and _
"read proof for the printer. And for .to the office c* tbs Tirrps and Mrs. J. E. Long has returned froma last Government are the proud par- and we expect to do better this months Honey and Tar many imitations are Pride
the same reason neither has had occa confidentially asked/ .one of the editors very pleasant trip to Blue Ridge entf; of a baby girt' which arrived yes- there will be four more dallies on offered for the genuine. These I
the: meaning of the magic letters on Ga., ;where she visited relatives.- (t-rday evening at 6:20. he route from this on. The rulingthat'pf worthless imitations have similar !" i
It ventsunyone "who lives with. sounding names. Beware of them. tr
When told that-fR.S.. V.. P." stood Mr. L. L. Brooks superintendent( 'M1'$. J. Z. Cravey is entertaining In one-half mile of a postofflce from The genuine Foley's Honey and Tar I i'
for "Repondev s'D vous, plait" or the Manistee Mill Co., of Alabama !Ir: : and Mrs:,George CoM of South retting the 'benefit of rural delivery ,I is in a yellow package. Ask for it I Hams _
The Best Is What We "Reply, if you fple ls,".as.to whether wife and two lIt'e sons arrived last. lighlanfls. 'Birmingham, Ala, and eems; to me to be an unjust ruling, as and refuse any :substitute It is the I ,
Sells"r I lOU> will acceptthis invitation' or not, evening and are guests of Mrs.'>Baktr !Ir.'Sam. CObb cf Tallahassee it: only works one way. There are best remedy for coughs and colds.i ,!!:. ,I
his eyes twinkled. "Sure enough" at FisherVJlle. Mr. and .Mrs.. Brooksare 4- men living on this route who are right W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist and ;-

said he, ."is: that what it means?" en route up the Sound where their The many friends of Miss Jennieipok on the road( traveled by the carrier who apothecary. These are this firm's ; I' j;
Then, after a h arty laugh he confessrol"fWeU mother: Mrs. Bunkm will Join them fora Slaughter of County Superintendent re not allowed, 'the benefit of rural :
Cool do you know I was few days outing. and Mrs.: N., B. Cook will be de- i
afraid to accept tai I found out." hued to l arn that only the most I McKINNOIWlLLE I first grade of H stns. < .'#

And yet that man "knew more in a Miss( Alexander and Miss Xdvlrigston altering report are"'received tram El (' .

ninute" than hIs. 'Informant could of Pratville Ala, and Mr.. Thompson Pa.sot where she ,1s improving very [ We do not handle their 1 ;
earn In a lifetime, about things really of Autangaville, Ala., delegates to theE'pworth ta'St. She has a fine appetite and :; .
and worth while. :At the same time, 'l 3gue conference, a*| "1th': : her sister Mrs. Can Shpard is If Your Children I second grade (Eureka ti iii .F
;bare is no! doubt Ihaf: both the little, guests Of Mr. and Mrs. J W.rGlngJet5, dug everywhere and enjoying} life inthe Special ta The Journal. -" "- '
'in and the business; : man" inquiring ofThe Jr. at their mother's Tenth avenue Texas mountains.1' Ice McKinnonviUe, June 13.Messrs. M. brand) at all. These 'ft --'
Journal each kn things,' .' n'
: ; many and Fourteenth. and John Miller were pleasant
of which!: distinguished man is as' -+- Mr: B. R.. Pitt left 'yesterday! on a I callers Jacoby at the home of Mr. A. D. Mc- hams are ,at r ""
Refreshing ignorant" las .they- ,were -of the little Mrs. T. V. Kessler's many friends aping trip up the! ,Sound. Klnnon Wednesday.Mrs. put up ,
, Creamwhy1
I French phrase,_' rl4Clt ha! been so con. and acquaintances will be pleated'!' to \ } Alfred RsyncMs! spent several Ottumwa Iowa and :+; '
reniently initialed for polite usage. \ Miss Ray has returned to Century ,
learn that she has passed 'theoristsof days of last week with her father Mr.
fter brief 'visit with Peasacola not let them eat the
EBJGHAU SER'SUESDAYAFTERNOON her severe experience, and Is now & later :will to Knoxville that is made p H. Bowman at pleasant Grove I are by odds the finestpackers .J
; Grape Juice Splits v1RS. El on the way to recovery, A: great lends;and go ice cream Mr. Alex McKinnon was up Mondayand : ,
I CARDS. T from, pure, thick rich Jersey i I
hearted woman of noble spirit and 'nn.. Tuesday of'laat'we* looking after A'
I. Mrs. BieWghauser'' entertained the, cream which is not product known. : ;
kindly deeds Mre.Kessler has been his logging interests. :
This is a fine-drink sor the Tuesday' Afternoon -Caid Club complinentary -| sol Mrs. W. W. Weekly is entertaining only :absolutely pure but Miss Aggie Dean ndereon. of Walnut .., -'
I summer and very healthful too. ; to Miss Madeline. Ery ot Mo- -- ___ a.,pleasant patty of house guests .in- wholesome. as well. Sent Hill, spent Sunday' with Miss ', \.,
I lOc bottle or..f 1.00 dozen I II iile. i To Remove FrecKles & Pimples ailing her tlst&t Mrs.. J. R. Coker andre ta yonr home well pack- Kathleen McKinnon. .'
I Lime Juice u ... 50c bolt1eI I I The guest of honor> -Miss Err won chHldren of Tuscaiooea, Ala., ed in sanitary vessels. Mr. Robert McKinnon. ; was ill a. few: :j' r, '

Welch Grape Juice..30c bottleI he ace prise, a lace dresser set In Ten nays 11" N and ,MissPearl Campbell of Bay HAVE A QUART? mays last week. J'{.' .
Fruit Syrups (for Jrs. Ed Peake ,won:the"consolation a [inette, Ala., Miss Campbell will : :Miss Edith Henderson and broth,II 1 '
ades) .30c bottle j set and Mrs.. G org,? White tan extended visit .
? ? ? u' hint tea nw dltcorwy, old laky Vivian spent last week at'Walnut HilL
I Blackberry Brandy ..40c bottle .he lone hand prize. a bottle of fine aDder a potlUf ,rut-' Mr. Tommie Chalker was in our village -; So! Cahn & CO. :t.J t.
>erfume. -assi------ ante and la every miner ease refunded '!Blue Ribbon Vanilla is absolutely COFFEE, Monday. ,.
I _. J JI The hostess 'Was, by he wbw* it fall w renter pure and so highly concentrated that Mr. D. C. Henderson made a business 'Ai :.
I' daughters Miss'Hazel and Miss Louis pots freckles, snn-Uo pimples,sano.nese liver.- onl1 a small quantity is required. Hot Biscuits and Rolls every trip to Atmore 'rh' rSda\ The Pure Food Store, .F ';

:In entertaining and after the game in collar dlsoolon morning at 5 o'clock. Miss Sallie 'ilcKlnnon". went to Pcnsacola -, .: a 'Y, :
.delictous'rerreshments.'' NOTICE.
erring th$ erapUont of the skin,no ; Monday for a short :Visit., '
I mater of tev IiI., The ladles of St. Catharine church Southwest Corner Palafox and Intemiencia .1

LARGE PARTY'Of-FRIENDS :&tp::; '"="'_"" cues steeding in0 CUiMor un, Barr debe 'Will give a birthday party at the Cain- Office at Residence. Ij I
The .
Fancy Grocers, ;SURPRiISE MRS. Y A large party :gotten! up by Mrs. elear, soft, heal h, *nd be&nUfnU !to hnrsday' afternoon June 14th. OhU.dreD his residence. Cl,
Phone 391. flensacola. 'John Hoist 'and Mrs. JV: 'E. Long harm Can resale from in ns 60 cenM from 5 to 7; adults from eight 104 S..Palaf. oL Phone 999 office at will Whites beat harIi1acy will f'iT:',
Lt Lading drag Mores or tj malt poutlll'l Calls left ;
Ixag'sresidence eleten.! Refreshments and danc- -
I athered; et Mrs o.> attention. ;
t- .Tuesday night *ribt-went; ,in"aBOdy to KATtONAL TOILET COMPANY..P ,lng. receive prompt "


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: Every Advertisement in These polu"nsl$ Read by

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9. I! We Are Giving You the REAL EgTATEBARGAINS I. S. BROWN 6 CO.

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"Change of Condition Opportunity t to Make' Real Estate, Loans 'ST.OP A MOMENT

; Sure Money .-.- and Insurance WE. :HAVE- SOME-. BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE WHICH


East Hill =Lots:. $15b0reat, .' cottage in good neighbor THEM BY'THE: : DESCRIPTION GIVEN, CALL UPON US AND WE
-hood, splendid'shade and large '
West 1-4 iotz.FOFew
; in condition is fast .taking place now. The great ,
IJIGOO-For two blocks fronting 300 ONLY LIST .A FEW.!. CALL AND SEE OUR COMPLETE LIST.$26,500The .
known to .
natural advantages of Pensacola'are becoming and West Tract 6 lots __ 1 '
or- .. outsiders and many are conttng: here and grasping the at $60t $70. $80 King 4" feet on"'.B you- good house and "

opportunities that lie neglected! at wour feet. ___________._--H--_ 350.00 several, outhouses. wharf, all property known a3 "KUPFRIAN'S baseball and PARK, including
dancing pavilion, shooting
under fenc; good water. This' race tract grounds,
; DON'T LAG BEHIND. $ LOO CASH' '10 of theprettiest building 'algo to be sold quck.: It Is a large dwelling'and' over 100 acres of land.
: ,bargain at ,the price..* $17,500very 'desirable business lot on Palafox St., near Garden.
; > lots in New City; overlooking $21000-Gets' 10 brick. stores which (A BARGAIN
FORGE TO THE FRONT and 50 cents week ; ",, can be made to' bring $175.00 $12,5Oh1( 1 large lot,..(159& by 224 ft.) on northeast corner Gregoryand

per theBay.." per month.$20,000Splendid. Spring- Stg. .
Buy Pensacola real estate today while values are yet warehouse site close $11,500Twostore' buildings and one dwelling (all rented) with

low. Two years from today yoU who do not buy now win No Taxes! Several beautiful lots ,in :: to R. R. and water front large lot East Wright St., immediately east of union depot.
have regrets that' you didn't' take our' advice.; See 'our : If' you have property for sa'e. list $6,000-Modern dwelling two-story, on corner lot on North Hill. Excellent .
list of "moneymakers." Many of them' on .easy terma.. No Interest! the residence portion. It 'with'; us. We'l sell it. 'neighborhood.$1,500targe. .
Write, call or hello. North Hill. : I Telephone- or call at office. o>>: -stOfy dwelling with 6 rooms, on East Intendencia

?01sThiesen Bldg. "We Sell Lots.:' street.

I I .have- -- .300- Ibis.' ait. above'. 'For prices-and-particulars.. : ;: $750.00 All"of blocfc-'No 66, West King Tract, containing 24 lots.

prices and terms. They'will -.
apply-to"- "- !* -. >-
Pensacola Investment Company :I I double in-value before paid for., : :: IJ Estate Loans
. It will pay you ,tb look at . : ,
4. H. D'ALEMBERTE City Manager.W. : HO.OTON & WATSON.
these. lots.LESLIE. McDavid-Hyer .Company ": andCollectons.
B.KNOWLIS, President. R. B. SIMPSON, Secratirf.KNOWtES ,
-p Rsal Estate Rental and Insurance Agency.
J.L STILLHAN, V.-Pres.. anl Gen. Manijsr. HY2S, rraU1m.e, \ { Leading ,
\- Agents New' York ,i; *
RaeI Estate, loans, General Investments.,. PHONE 54. No. 37 S. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L"
E. BROOKS Life Insurance Company. OFFICE-COURT. HOUSE

215 South Palafox! Street, Pensacola,. Florida.. -.
.. Phone 462. Fisher, Building
-F-- -- 8 E. Government Street N. McK. OERTING,

.-- Phone 7CO. Pensacola Fla. to 'Loan. For Farm Turpentine
1 HELPWANTED Notary Public Money or
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Will Double In Some 6. :y- -. \ Phone 466. MONEY TO LOAN Everybody borrows Timber Lands,
. WANTED' reliable' nurse. Apply money from Jno. A. Hall &
at 820 N. Baylen 'St. 14junelw Co. 14% E. Go' rnmeDt.St.. When innee'd on or Address
A Good Profit!!t in MiscellaneoustO'lWEHaVlng
New' Bargains mw- call on us. Turner & AYmard
WANTED-Two -young men "of fair i ,
Value inside 'education! and good character to -' installed machines MONEY LOANED on all kind of perfoaal Real Estate and Abstrat Co.

; travel. Apply William T.. Gee, 227E This. J JBlock' JI for: the manufacture of galvanized pIoperty on short notice. P. 0. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs,Fls

in. : Intendencia( 8:30: to 10:30: a: m. ", iron cornice, skylights, cornice .gut.1 Terms easy. J. B. Gray '&; Co., 2 W.

today. lljunelt; ters, circular mouldings, etc., I" am Romana. Phone, 1165. Ifeb
prepared:to 'do sheet metal work of FOR RENT
of a YearThat City Lots \WIANTEB: : cook;at- once.'. Man or 611 kinds on short notice. Satisfac-x MONEY TO' LEND-On good real estate at= uwwut sar--w nr w
woman. Apply 227 E. Intendencia. 368. 404. 8 lots in block assured. Estimates cheerfully security or on good collateral, FOR RENT-Six room house in goo;
12june3t 373 aad 2 lots in block 319, given on work In or outside! the city. at lowest 'rates'; Leslie J!:. Brooks, repair, just painted, renter can se-

Is what a great deal of real es 8 LOTS, one block from 16th 'New City. Will sell all If Cbis' B.: Vetter, 18 W. Intendencia. Fisher building; ._21an cure several boarders if desired; it interested -
tate do and Ave. beautiful location WANTED! -An experienced InstAllment sold quick at.$700.00 Phone698. 25mayloi: call and inspect. Cai
IntPensacola going, to I car lIne. ... MONEY. LOANED on all.kinds of personal I Appl>
is in the following .Usfr for home if taken at. Collector and solicitor. Refer. Jones Manager, Pensacola Oil Mi>
Bome"olit; I On West Romana 'street; four 5roonfhous SANTA ROSA-Pavilion, L. s. s. offers property on .short n tlce. ,
Half bock. in New City, fronting, once a. ..... ...,. .. .. Bargain ences -required. Address;LX.\II.. 's In the 'very the best accommodation; for Terms .e .sy., -JW. Bullard. upstairs Phone 515. lOjnnelw

Calalonia, square .. ... ..$750 ENTIRE BLOCK 219 West lOjuneiw.WANTED. . bjst renting sections'of, the bathing and recreation to be found .on 28% South. Palafox St., Phone 1144.- FOR RENT: ...;.Modern two-story housv,
Half* block In 'East King Tract' ,' IIii King Tract. ... ..., ,. .. .$400.00 1 city, with good prospectsfor the (Gulf"of Mexico. Launch Leclair .,nor with large grounds, partly under
-Sober industrious to
l leaves city wharf daily at 8:00 a. m. cultivation located in northern sub
an increase In the value or.
settled neighborhood.. .. .. ..$700 UNLIMITED amount money to loan
8 LOTS in block 109, West King solicit and collect. Good opening of the property,houses all Phone 659. Chas. H. Burton :M'gr. .of perlonal'property: urbs. For information address vr
all kinds
One-fourth block on ,Toledo, squar ".! Tract. /: .. .;. .. .$250.00 for right man. Apply to.L.. Van Winkle 1 I I new. ; .. .. .."-.0- ..... $6000.00 12may.. on Special rates to business men on large apply to the' Pensacola InvestmentCo.

New City .-. .. .. ..- .; .. .. ..$800 I Manager, Brosnaham .Building, I New York'Loan Co., 20t1h Djane
23 LOTS in block 126, in West Pensacola. lfijuae{) : If you will look around the house, leans The '
Lotion. llth1 and 12th Ivenues,New King Tract. . .. .. .. .$700.00. I Lst! your property with me and IW'1l1 you will find a lot of ways! in which South Pal&f %. FOR RENT Cottage, furnished: or

City, at. .. .. .... .. .. ..$200, WANTED Experienced 'S salesman i : I sell 'It. you can use old newspapers. You unfurnished, on bayou for summer.
block .
4 LOTS in
200x132 feet on East Hill .car Tract, if taken at West once, King per I now' traveling in 'souther : n.Itor.y.1 *;r ,NEY''a the' "market rr* 5i fate_, ** of; -interest I caifc;buy them. in any quantity at this Fine water front for bearing, bathing

.Una vvv,. -. ;.. .-. .. .. .,$1250 lot. '. . . .. ..$ 7o.ooi to carryon" strictly cmmison.basis;p 'On: 'city real estate" office. They are put up in bundles. HOTELS. i.I and fishing. Beautiful location, near
excellent line of shirts and 'ov W fr W-JwLrLWJ'LW su1 I j car line. Address Cottage, care JournaL
Lots in. East King- Tract or West an r. convenient to carry and sold at five I ,
King Tract very cheap and on easy. Homes and other property for sale I aIls direct from the manufacture/. cents per bundle.MATTRESSES COMMERCIAL: HOTEL. DeFuniak, tijuna

terms.' Improved property In West: in all parts of th.e\ city.. I References must accompany1 applications. ... ,tA,,: Fia.-New management; newly furnished .
King Tract netting 10 per cent. on in- State full particulars, p.; O. ,' AND FURNITURE ; free bath and sample rooms; I FOR RENT-2 nicely furnishedrooms
vestmentSee Money to Loan on good real estate" Box 532Meridian. Miss. 10june3t: J. L: BiIl1 tk.Jr. 'Mattresses made to order; old onesrenovatei. good meals and good beds. TravelIng -I for rent to gentlemen on! .
selurity at market rate of interest % ] New tIcks! furnished. solicited. Rates $2 Apply to Mrs. Hester, 420 W. Cia: .-
us in rezardlo Lake View Hayen WlANTEDMVhite! girl 'to. work.. 'lin'5 <$ : Second hand furniture bought and men especially : St. Phone 1095. 2juneii!
Stanley Prop.
Property. Prettiest place in New laundry. Apply at' o'nce". New Room'405-Tliiesen Bldg. ,r sold. Upholsterin'g and repairing done. per day. Mrs. M. H.

City and Is'on Bayou Texar. Thos. Pebley, Method Laundry. .9june.WANTEDGh I i 114. E. Belmont St., city, phone' 771. 29may. FOR RENT-A. R. Bingham has .--tor-

: .&. .. \ -' .', 1. Phon-l Davis. Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis, Mgr. PARK HOTELWhy pay $2.50 per age room for rent, suitable for ; .
D. Hale Wilson & Co. .- PHONE 559. man to werk.In yard. -." .'-, "J's .. ----.- day when yoU' can''get as'good room. niture or other goods. 104 anu I"*

Phone 234 '15 South Palafox I and in house. '"619 N. Baylezt. St. '\. ". ,-. .. .- .' TAILCRING-rB-, Diamond, Tailor.Gents' and bed for 50c. Coolest place in South Tarragona street. Phone W
I 8june. Wanted pressed and Pens ola, and yCu can 19 out and get I. I
repaired on short notice. No. 11% what you want to eat. One block from FOR RENT-A nice 5 room cottar

WANTED-Men and boys wanted ,tp tIe ALF'.MA.Tin.w.rwrnrnJwu--.r. ,CQpper and Sheetlion West Government St. Pensacola. Fix postoffice. 22may I I on N. Spring St., with bath gas a

: learn plumbin'g; plastering T>ri9k-I't' Worker; cornice-, ork and sky Idee. at $15.00. Inquire Fisher Real Est laying. Special offer life scholarship : -:: lights a specialty; rgo qg, gutteringand J..H. PORTER sailmafcer: 716 South SUMMER BOARDERS-The Hotel l I Agency. IJIIM:
FOR SALENew fifty dollars, easy, payments repairing, 315 Boat]. Palafox St. /.Pa.lafox street. Qrders taken for Hyatt' is now open for spring and summer
position and. union card; guaranteed;' Phone 560; residence:ijioae 1316. tents. awnings, camp stools and house trade. Peqple who wish to rest FOR SALE OR RENT-A five room:
eight room house with hall 10th free catalogue.: Coyne, Bros. Trade 2junelm"j >t tf" cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 3ljan. and build up,-th Hyatt is the place.I cottage with bath and gas Xn."

:'Ave. and'l6th St. This place has to be Schools, New York,' Chicago! .. ., .St.. Louis.ISmayly. :I Hotel Hyatt Is the. test and most up- 1107 E. Cervantes street 'Iwo bloc .
I WANT: -D. B ''WiIu: wants your SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzle Oert- to-date hotel north of AUanta; beau from street car. Apply to H.v..
seen 'to ,be appreciated.$1750Lots I hauling' and transfer work. Satis- ins &-Co.. wholesale and retail ship tifully located plenty-to eat; good I Gibbs care of Forbes Store.
3, 4 and 5. block 140, New WANTED-Everyone to 1rnpw'that faction guarnteed. Address 1501-N chandlers and grocers only first-class spring water; cool'nights; perfectly 26maylm.

City. .. . .. . .$600 The.Journal has nice, clean'old pa.. 3th'.Ave., or phone 981. .house of kind: in city. Fair prices to all. healthy; no mosquitoes; no malady; a I I FOR RENT-Two story 8 room nouse..
Blocks 125 and 126 Petterson Addition pers for sale cheap. .Only' five centsa home-like place to rest;; 87 miles '.
MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP with gas, hot and cold water, and a :
north of Atlanta L; and N. railroad.D.
on ;
water ( -
front. new six room New Willie\ Mima, Proprietor. Furniture other modern conveniences. Art'lr-si
house 'on same. .. .. .. ..$1,600 I .fr, a1.-- ,- tick' 'furnished ]f desired. G aran. repairing' of all kinds, carpets M. .Hyatt, froprietor, .1Iijay, Ga. or apply 41 E. Chase street. I'lma' ,
WANTED-First-class uarber ,for colored teed. Crapet..takes tip" 'and matting 19maylm.
Block 63, East King Tract.$2,600 laid, furniture packed for shipping
trade. Ring 1010-7". ring or laid if desired. Leave: orders at Phone 63. Next to Tampa.Landing. FOR RENT-Elegant two-storv re'-
14 OLD MILL, Ion bay front. Opens
Lot 7 to inclusive block 171
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call Sylvester Campbell, Store;near Green & Watson: Phon 193. 7sfar '
t New City.. .. .. 0 0 0 0 o. ..$1,600 dummy depot Warrington Fla:. '. :. ; 22April. June 1. Large, airy and delightfully dencft, corner Strong and Sprine! : :Si t-
Apply to C. H. Turner. lun./
: IF YOU WJLL TAKE THE TROUBLE:. 24 aprl. 'See the' Piuto Water! display at Hoo- CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. cool. Good fishing, bathing and -
class table. On electric -FOR RENT-Two
I -I ton's Floats built to order. Horse shoeing boating. First very cesirat'1stores
I.A. WILSON & Co. to Investigate and 'go.'and see this two I wholesale Pharmacy. McHugh a specialty. J. Q. Welsh CarriageCo. car line, 15 nutes'ride from city.I on first floor of Manna in
story house on East Wright St., between :i .WANTED agent ljunelm 27feb Regular boarders and transients. hotel Corner Garden and Ba--i i iI

Real. Estate Agents, I 8th and 9th avenues, you will.-tn.rta&rJLw.ntmJwuw WANTED-Everybodr, to call and, Terms reasonable. Address' Old Mill I Just completed and arranged in fir.:
I see that it is a (bargain for the price AJI."TED--All owne,.oJ., poultry to Perfect Inn, Pensacola, Fla. 4may class shape. For terms, part! .!"
of. . .. .. .... .. .$1800 : -.see the- .Pantry. Lawhorn I I etc., apply Hooton & Watson :2"!
.Salisbury Building, Room 7 I know that we are'agentsfor.: eel- and Blackburn,, agents.,,._109.. .E.. ..Gov j LOST MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL-ciarkesville -
I -- ,..._ .
ebrated Conkey's Poultry .Remedl .( eminent street. 27maylm* FOR RENT-Second story ever !r./.
Ga. Nestling-among the mountains -
Guaranteed ,cure rupe cholei-a LOST :.Heavy silver bracelet with of North Georgia. An ideal placeto denstruth's jewelry store. Siiita. o!
WEST OF "C" STREET: NOW FOR gape ,and..to kill fleas-lice,and-mttei -VANTi4.i2' or 14 foot skiff. Apply -I gold heart. Lost at Life Saving I rest Scenery and climate; unsur. for offices, sleeping quarters or sto .

SALE. Also their wonderful egg. producer F.. stating particulars and price. Station. Reward for return' tj Kandy passed. Beautiful walks' and drives. age rooms. Lee DanielL :4itl.rFOR

S. Mellen & Co. Phone,.No. 234.ISapr. Thos.'C. Watson, 37,'S>ralafox. Kitchen. ,. 12june3t" 365 feet iaz?as;_ Accessible to many I RENT-8-room, 2-story C.t'a.z4;
27 of Interest. mosquitoes.
may. points Waik'rIngraham.
I Black brand K on fore :318> W. Belmont. Apply to
LOST mare.
MARKET RATE OF INTEREST. I Excellent table. 19maylm "
I WANTED The public to nbw..tiiat shoulder. Left barn at time of fire ,
OUR .rroTTO-HQnest weight and
MORTGAGES ON REAL ESTATEIN we can do all kinds of repairing honest dealings. ""California Evap- Thursday morning.! Reward for return -I BROWN HOUSE-DeFuniak Springs. WANTED.-Real Estate for sale "

THIS CITY'BOUGHT AND SOLD.I float building, horse ehoeing etc.J.'. rated" Peaches, 15c per pound, 2-lbs. to Sam Sunday corner Hayne Good beds; 'airy rooms, elegant rent, leaa or exchange. Your ouS-
i G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27fe for 25c; California'Evaporated'Prunes: and Strong Sts. lOjune meals; free bath and 'sample rooms. ness respectfully solicited. J. A -i-

.. JOe per lbs., 3 lbs. for 25c; fine London \ Special attention, to: traveling men. son. Real Estate Agent 22% W. Government
Fisher Real Estate Agency : WIANTED-To buy 10 to 40: acres otI : Layer Raisins 2 Ibs. for 25c; Heinz Apple Rates $2.00 .per- .day, ; J'*. R.' Brown, street. Room 7, Saliahar:

I surburban property'close. to Pensa-. Butter per crock 40c. E. B. Hoffman Board and:Rooms.flJUt..ttflnrJ.t.r Prop. ,__ building. Phone 172. 3jaD
i cola. Give lowest.'c8.h price with 10-
&'Son 57 E.'Gregory St. Phone '
0 COLLECTION OF RENTS A cation 4Real! Estate:! care: Pensacola rflflflfl'flfltWflh1tflJtttt HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES

SPECIALTY. Journal. .3June2w .825. ISmaylm BOARDERS A "fED\t 226 N.: Alcamz -1 'Before laying your carpet or matting For Sale.

street; nice, cool rooms;), gooa buy. a supply of.old. ,newspapers "
-To sell of.:old papers WANTED-r : -
WANTED a jot w -AII kinds or electrical table terms reasonable. Mrs. Dora .underneath and'protect-it.:
87. 206S. Palafox St. ; to put Only
Phone 'at 5c a 'bundle. Apply at this of work. I sell all kinds of electrical !Donaldson. 27mayl6t five cents a 'bundle at-this office. FOR SALE-Household gool! ad
fice. They are all 'Nhole,... tean' and batteries.and other electrical suppliel kitchen stove for sale. App'' ;|
Save both by conferring with us nice. When Lyon need me ring 345 or 955.: FOR RENT. -One or two. newly fur.nished FERRELL HOTEL -:Sneads,. Florida. Wt Garden St 14J n" ':
When out to 'buy REAL ESTATE. See E._ W.:Peake,new Star,Laundry building -' front rooms; southern expoS- Rates $2.00 per day.; Nice "rooms,

Us about: some of the following: W LL BUILD HOUSES-rOn Install ,, E. Garden. ISdeciCOURT ;' ure; with privilege of phone. Location good beds, table the best. J. M. Fer- FOR SALE I am making limIter! f-
Store N. DeVillier street, renting cash You the desirable- near business center ell northeast New i""
ment/'plan, .or own Prop. laprHJTEL fer on 12 lots in
for $180 per year . ... .$1500 A HOUSEDYEING.., Pressing ISmaylw .
BargainIn lot I furnish the money and' builS" th"! 422 W. Gregory. within the town Ito ts aad near
House. on North "C" street cheap house. You monthly, same. as and Cleaning Club 212..N.' DeYillersSt VERNON-::-Rates J2 per day. Lake View Haven properties *' "
.ta.1. .... .. s. .. $600 rent, in a short pay time :liouse".is ;youro.. ., Mrs. T. J: Davis,' Prop. Your patronage THREE. PLEASANT ROOMS to rent Special rate Jy' week. Special at-J clear titles and. excellent elevation!
House on East Ara'gon street only solicited :'satisfaction with of light house' keep.
it -still ; guaran- privilege tention'to traveling men. Free In 3"1' *
20 belongs' to $720. I offer single lots the
Pay rent years
?'". ,. ..s. ,. .... .. S. ..$650 the other man. Will also -put 'down teed. Careful attention given ladies' leg, 301 W.. Chase. 3upr pIe room. Mrs. J. P, Mauldin, Prop. vicinity at $60 and $6 per lot on <-'-:

Bargain S3 acres at .of. .good.. .. farming.. .. .land. .$1000 a In Front Property wells with good 'ump. 2-Inch'galva garments. Phone 1222. 8feDwANTIDcarria'g Old. : newspapers at five cents a bundle 15apr. terms. (This is to trade of whnr ;>." '.,

Four blocks in West King Tract, nized pipe, with brass cylinder attachment at this office. They are all clean HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all the pie exclusively). Ebert A. Chi'} ,','

leach, ...... .f.-.. .. '". $100C $2500 will ft.make water fly from a well : ; floats built s repaired to order;and horse repainted and nice. I. year. American and"European plan. Box 112 City. 13jun.-- >" .
40 to 100 deep and so easyCa child '
other summer rates.: First-class In
.We numerous properties '
can pump it.' Costs but little more shoeing a specialty.} J. G. Welsh Car -" 'I FOR SALE Nice clean old DP1Io "v.i'
listed with and it would pay respect. Pleasant' and ,
us For 2-story, 8-room house lot 240x every conven
consult before making than the old dU'g well. All satisfactory riage Co. 27febWANTED. PIckCdUp.H :Mrs. U. Bowen pers. All whole and useful at nor j8
you to us your 250, on Bayou Grande. Good water. ient. Tr: Prop.. Pen
InvestmentWe before you pay a cent. Get my '< -' -and'white sacola Fla.. igapr in your store. Only five cents pet
are in receipt of advices' from prices. F. M. Williams,. Contractorand .-Electric work of ati..Mn the fire insurance companies represented $2000 Builder Room 305 'Thleseix Build Let 'ns clean! your fans. reair: your cow having .more red than white CENTRAL HOTEL, CHlPLEY-Op.

by us "That: all losses in Cal. ing. Phone 802, 1 ring.. :. ljunelm, I. dynamo, da your wiring etc. ., Paona sp weighiirg 275 to 300 lbs., about depot Large and'well lighted -
ifornia conflagration will be promptly, (For one-story cottage on water'sedge 679. Pensacola Electric. Co- 235 8. 8 or 9 years old. Been around my: rooms. Free sample 'room Heals at
''paid and that THEY WILL CON., lot 120x200, .on bayou Grande. WANTED-Position as meat 'cutter bya Baylea.WANTED.. placepast; 18. .months: Owner: canhave"same I all hours. Special! attention to traveling $100 REWARD

T1NUE TO FURNISH ABSOLUTE man of six year's experteuce. toy proving propertyand mec. 12.00 per. day. J. M. Tug- A reward of $100 will be given 1flt
'charges. M. E. Henderson
$3200' Good reference furnished. Address .-Th Merenaau Transfer paying ISmarlm
INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY $ gle, Prop. the capture of Jaqe Haney, esrap"]
FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE FOB: Box 24, Paxton Fla. 12Junelw Co. wants your moving and banting. Muscogee, Fla. UjunelmtNOTICE. >
.:iALMOST. ONE HUNDRED YEARS. I I (Buiys one:slory cottage, 5 rooms,,, .,,--- All breakage guaranteed.. B...Tnorsea. CHIPLEY 'HOTEL-Can Se\terllnd. from convict camp. Description ni ':i'l' !
Protect your home and business i on 1!Bayou Grande 63x250. WANTED-We want your orders for Prop. Phone 978. ISjunelo.WANTED. Prop. Special attention to .commercial feet 7 inches; 130 pounds erect; bruwu
21 carriage ;
tgainst loss by fire by Insuring will I APPLY TO .1907 Art Calendars Over 300 .ori travel era.- Free sample and bath build; age ; biac
'Is.r ginal designs to select from. AH .-The public to know that There will be a special rooms. Large rooms with good beds. eyes, black"hair! ; complexion ''i' (*
old newspapers can be bought 'at meeting of Mt $2 day. ISmarla medium forehead; medium ears; r
Co' Pensacola
prices. Mayes Printing ., per ,
this office for five cents a bundle. They Horeb .R. A. Chapter, nose; medium mouth; good "
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ESCAMBU' REALTY CO., Mrs M L Surgi are all clean and.nice. No. 6, on Thursday, 14 BAY HfTEopell suit! and day round chin; short neck; square' -

204/2 S. Palafox Street WANTED-Your stenographic, wor Jnstat7:30p. m. Work European plan; Rooms light and ders: length of feet 10 inches; \aCC

1052. Pensacola Typewriter Exchange, .w ANTED.-A. R. Bingham wantj in P. iL Degree.W. clean. Transient trade. solicited. nation scar on left arm.

{t General agents Telephone for State for Hom*I Care ,..M. E. Clarke, 315% S. Palafox': St. '?ho37,- your moving and hauling. He gun E. ANDERSON, 575-571 8. Palafox. J.. ... S. Nicola. YARN BROTHERS Cantonment CAMP

Life, Insurance Co., of New York: PensacolaFa.! antees all breakage. Phone 630. Secretary., Prop. .

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all classes. of real estate in _M BILF;. ALABAMA.MARKETS. I I II WEst INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, PU.I .. Telephone 363 --n : '.

The attention of property holders and prospective purchasers Is I Private Wires H. Y.. H. 0., and Chicago.COnONSIOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS. andCONVENTION 'I"' ;-

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I Round trip summer excursions from f ;

stracts.We do not buy or sell real estate and have no interests to further Naval Stores. all points east to Pacific coast and rt : "-

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with the greatest .possible despatch. v.'W.. ., .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .4 85 i LAND COMPANYManufacturers good returning to October :31, 1906. ;-I 1I,4 ;'
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form. A ,special plat .of the property abstracted Is furnished freeof N. .0' ........4 40 Peoples Banks Phone 1173 of July 9-13. ; ';

charge. M.4 25 ............. ....... Elks meetin'g at Denver Colo., July .:' ,1
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\VV also a Daily Bulletin of all transactions of a commercial CiLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. -i
nature, recorded in the clerk's office, at a subscription price of 'I ... .4 00 to September ZO.HotelMen's .
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PHONE 393. 114 N. PALAFOX ST HARRY E. GRAHAM Gen.M#. ID. .. ?.. .,.3 70 .;# -- of the Southern Pacific from New Or =1 :; :

C '. ..3 45 to 3 50 'THROUGH "YOUR FINGERS ,leans; Union Pacific from Kansas

::iiii ., Spirits Turpentine 57% cents. y T G. YATES M.OPTICIAN D. City or Chicago. .1! '
- Through Pullman tourist cars front ?
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Sale I AUSLEY A CO.'S REPORTS Washington, Atlanta Montgomery,
For For Sat ; various, 'J '..:
******** __ fvv JwwvvvvwwjwwsvvTjvwwf I v.w w- wU- Liverpool Cotton Market. In ways of amusements, _gifts, ex etc., and from St. Louis and Chicago i. '-

FOR SALE-One good'all-round family FOR' SALE-Boat' builders, wanting! JAn..r.b.........-.;....., 1 ...OIOM.L6ieb..M&r. penditures, etcmay be made 306 TWI 5EV BU1UJINWRI. to Write California.me for literature and infor
1 horse and harness.. One top bug. small lots'of, juniper can have the; : 563 matfbn. .

ey'nearly new. One good wagon. A. same cut to order at $5.00 per hun! )(& .-. ; a HOWE '::.
E. Turner. Bohemia, Fla Phone 246. dred. Apply to -Capt. Baker of launch April-Hty....._......... YOU General .
I JCjune1m. I Ruth, or send orders to F. C. Eaton,! v-JoM.6.83 ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Agent ,
SALE-Two fine milch cows with Boggy, Fla. ISjuneyw Jun.-Jly ...... ... 1.84 "IfDeposited in our Savings Department 14 EAST GOVERNMENT 124 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga
calves; can be seen at No. oly-xnguBi*....................... .... ....6.S3 : ST. R. O. BEAN. T. P. A. ,
123 young E. Gregory: C. B: McMillan.lOiune FOR SALE-Lumber is now cheap,at I August-September..- ........."... 6.74 wb e i it will draw interest for you at the ratet G.W.ELYT.P.A. -

Joel Frater's lumber yard Beptembef-Qejtobw wp.,...... ..;.k..... 6.6oberNoYtIDlber "
__ ._. on Bay- i of;FOur Per Cent anura, If will start :
len street wharf. Get his pricesand! ....,....... ......I.C1 per you :
FOR SALE-Five room .cottage on build you a home before prices advance NOY erDeotmtar.60 an account with one of these dollars have

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monthly payments with, gas, water which' is to December-January ..'.., .. q7itAini11 .
and free delivery, one block from 23maylm., sure. come.. LdvvpoolSpoU.809.. been in ,the habit of spending and then add
car: cor 8 Ave. and 12th street. East
Hili G. E. Brett, lOjunelw AUTOMOBILES. am agent for the New.York, CQtt UaftaL. another to it along, you'll be surprised how ,
Pope Mfg.Co. and can sell "you aulos Open High Low Close. PATENT APPLIED FOR
FOR SALE-A house with six rooms from ?500.00 up. They cost less than M rcl1' 10.18 "10.49 soon you will have a snug sum working for At all| Druggists.

on East Garden street, 610 fronting horses-to keep up.. They caa bj run July: W.7S 10 M 10.59 10.62 MUS-QUIT.U MFG. CO., .
on bay, four lots 30x100. Inquire or in sand or anywhere a horse can August 10.to 1053 10.47 10.47 you Jacksonville, Fla.PensacolaSt1Andrews. ,
Dr. T. A. LaFar 519 Guillemard St Leslie'E. Brooks. go. October:.......10.41 1612: W.81 '10.84 -
December. -- -----
!tfjunelw 10,47 10.47 1088 1033.
FOR SALE-Ten new and second -
TEA DRINKERS ATTENTION second hand office safes different Wheat. and .

you want a delicious cup of tea try sizes, best makes at bargain priceiScarriti Op a Etch Low ClOM FIRST NATIONAL BANK Gulf .
_....... Steamship Go.
"Our Own" Blend it is superior to any Moreno, efflce East Government MX 84H 8383tf .. : .,
dollar tea on the market. Only 60c: st. -. 24mar Sept..?. ..84H ,84tf 82Ji 82% v.i; ,I STEAMER TARPON.W. : '
A valuable ticket In
per pound. every .... '
package. New Orleans Grocery, Co. FOR SALE.-improved ana unimproved Open High Low OM. a. BARROW, Matter, :
Phone 105. Jas. McHugh, Prop. property In all parts of the:city. Jul7............ IS 52% 52 { W.JL 1t1rowua,1'1'... W.E.Hra Jz.,V.-Prej.and: Culler. FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER AND "
June. J. A. Wilson & Co.Real Estate Agents, Set............584 64 52 523. -T, W.BRUT and W.N.ROBERTS Asst.CMUFI. L .
Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone p13aQvoBfr.y.0. Brent, W<; A.. Bloont W. H. Knowles. W. K. flyer Jr'D. FREIGHT SERVICE ;

FOR SALE-Finest car load of horses i 17%. -' .23jan New York Stock M .rk.t O. Brent. -lietwesuPENSACOLA. i#
received in 'Pensacola. McMil e.j '
ever .
8othernF&c1e...... .......
; 65J$ G
Ian & TUrton, West Intentfencia St. ... .. ANDREWS
6june. for sa1e'W: nei Gasoline Copper A.S.R.. ... .; '188 W8tf 107H. MILLVILLE. _
> v 135 '
Engines are the eiaipliest, strongest No. 5603 all points on St Andrews 4 : '
.1kh.. ........ W< (0. And Bay, of
FOR SALE-Remington typewriter. and best engines on, the market for I LB..I'9''W'i :; ...... 4UU 15&B. W. UMAX.PmldenL JOHN PFEif PER. Assistant Cashier. Carrabelle and Apalachicola.SCHEDULE '}
"Rem" 'care Journal 'GJunelm the money Send lor catalogue. Ed .B T.::r... .VA.?. 84 '8l" J.W. ANDBEWS Assistant Cashier. "
B. Banks, Pensacola.. ,Phones" 1377 B.&O .i... m .11134404} Leave PensAcola sunday: 8:30 a THROUGHSERVICE ;:,
FOR LE-Retail grocery store', and 177. Sjunelm! Mrle..t.........:. {THEAMEnICAN'A m.. for Mobile. Ala VIAL&N.E.&T.H.and -
down town. Apply A. Greenhut & o.P.I..l ............... 6ij 66 NATIONAL BANK Leave Pensacola, Tuesday, 8:30 p. '-
FOR C. & E.I.
Co. 5junel6t* : SAL ; -Herd fine Jersey dairy V. 8.--; 40)1) i.lA m.. for St. Andrews, MillvUle, .Ap*. .t".
cows with wejl. established milk U.8, psrved.............. 103 1())]. PCNSACOLA la 'ii1CO1- Carrabelle and intermediate 2 Vestibuled Through Trains Dally 2 : ,
See the'Pluto Water Hoo- route. (:No competition., Cows 'and fl.S.f.9!.............l. 3J: ; -B$. .. '. OF FLL. points. NASI4VILLE'ToCHfAobTHROUOHL5PER
ton's Pharmcyl: 'James display McHugh' business-first class .cond tIonr. ,Apply 1..It N........................ its U }1 DESIGNATED!;.DEPOSITORY, OF: UNITED STATES. For additional Jifomitlou apply tJ. J $uo DAY dACHE$ -
." S. A. Taylor Century Fla. Sjunelm L&d..i'...... ;.......;.. .. .-T6i; ? -- CAPITAL STOCK-$200,000.:$ 'SURPLUS'$ O.OOO. R. SAUND S. NEW ORLEANS CHICAGO
wholesale agent: ljunelm M.P.j.-................... 7H'' 88 4 B. a COBB Pr ldentGen. DINING CARS SERVING AIX MEALS EHSOUTED.B.EILUAN.Q.P.A
JUST RECEIVED-Large snlpment L.C.. ..........,...*180K 180 b \ TU. DIRECTORS. Frt and .Pass.Feasacola. Art- 5LRO0Lei.At.VV.LL -
FOR SALE-We have a lot of' keg", Imported Olive Oil Retail by pint C n.Pao"J'".....;...,...... 160)4) 1 lit. J -! Iklh HASXVItLZ.. .Tf_Nil.__ .
suitable 'for flower pots. and other gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso Frank F. oVawner 1I .r.-<
N.T.O'....IS.4.. 140 IM HCTrVVCoviiigton, ,. Rellly ,
pis-poses: also a lot of 'whiskey/; syrup & Co.. ship chandlers. '.' and' grocers. 701 P.0 ....... No 8&Je. J. M. Pfetffer ; W.-J, ROMSCO C. W. Lamar ---- -
and other barrels which are suitable South Palafoz. 4oct. Jt.D.G..l .: .,.;';. l4I 1404 ,'r ,- BryatfJHrawodyv T. F. McGourln!,, J. R.'Saunders, :,
for packing crockery or fisn and cured FOR SALE-For sanitary ILl .............:.:.:...JM.... '1Qt. !! l. :A.W. Avery -' W. H. Milton, 0. E.* Maura, LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY, ,
meats. We buy all kinds of barrels we In stock Ground purposeshave L .................;;.-......... 2o5 .2>>S W.L. Cawthon,'5'. Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzie Ocrtlng, .
and re-cooper: and clea them. "'Sup! Tennessee> Lime .strong-paper- HydrateJ ba'gs, !.R........._........... ...... lI9 87% Alex McGowtn C. M. Covlngton, M. E.'Clark. I- Through and Local Time TOtes Between Pontacola and Points! North.
ply always on hand: If you need any 40 Ibs. atZients at .ware house. A. 1Mfenna ta at JIM. $3.00 and $S.0O the Private READ DOWN
.......... 183?$ 1 Safety deposit! l xs rent_ $ year. apartment Trams No..
barrels. Phone: or have 235, any residence for ale phone, ringusup. 591. niz.V. ,Clubbs. ,. corner Gregory, and 8june Alca. U.P...........__-.,.... 15034 1 9 ;.,, ,is connection.for tho convenience of customers.Fo 2 Trains Nos.4 3 1 !,

Pensacola Cooperage Co.,- Geo. A.. FOR SALE- -Pair spotted ponies ;5) Ausley & Co.'s Daily Cotton Letter. percent. '. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. j Il:05pm: I 11:65am: Lv. f.. ..Pensacoa..Ar. 6:00am 4:00pm; \.
Vucovich Pres., No. 9 S. Alcanlz.17ma -t' 6:30am 6:20pm Ar ...Montgomery.. .. ..Lv. 9:35pm ll:15an '
New .
years old sound and gentle. Don. York June 13.-Liverpool advices ... .. .. Lv. \) 8:33am <:
>lm. ll:45am 9:10pm Ar., .B1rm ngbam 4:2-\pm : '
'- key and cart just the thlng-for chil] proved rather more ,unjkvoraole I ".,
7-25pm 3:17am: Ar .. .. .Nasiville. .. .. Lv. 8:45am: 2:25am .
FOR Put SALE-A lot or old newspapers.;. dren.. Hinman & Heckeiv Century.Fla. than was expected, occasioning a further loo 3:37am Lv.. .. .. .Nashville..Ar. 8:17am3:00am: I[ 2:05am: J, :-:'
in bundles convenient for 23rnay
up decline on this aide' Spots in L HILTON GIN Pucsrois T.B. WSLLSg-Vso.Paiginas. :% m'l Ar.. ., .Evan3viile..Lv. ;: I 920pm330pm; -..' I.-
carrying Apply this Only office.five cents per bundle., FOR SALE-Second hand 25 H. P. the English market were reduced two B.)[.BUgHKFliL. &iamn. .JULNSTISLD liOBKif,.uu.0U1IID 'l.4t> 8:15am 2:10pm: Ar.. .. 8t Louis! . .. Lv. !8:45pm : ,' .. '

j boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply to points while arrivals were two to Citizens National' Bank ''l:5tpm( 3:27am Lv. . .Nashvile . 8.27am: I 2.15am J
Method Laundry. 13AprIlDIRECTOR
CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton &i New. three points lower. Spot demand be. %:Ham.I 8:80am I Ar..Louisville .. ..Ar'1 2'45amH:00pm: I 9:30pa ,- ..c.
Watson have just received a large. in'g of P8al&CQl&. Florid*. 7:ZOam 12:01n'n: Ar..Cincinnati .. : 00pm ,
reported very slack, although there -
supply of the latest city,maps, showing r'ACw'vr vGe .
all of the subdivisions. The maps are Y was inquiries from Bremen and the *. W.Wright. Morris Bear. T.B.Welle Six M.Eobigson. L. Hilton Grew.M : __ Between Pensacola Mobile and New Orleans. .

official anj down to date and are contingent who are known to.be' far cewEMt vAwirrivs. Business TR4Nsun 647- 243 441 342 144 5&.67:00amh11O5pm1i:5aI111LT..PeUC0la. .,

mounted on heavy linen. Regular Joppa Lodge, No. 6, i I. 0. 0. F. short of the necessary supplies to'car : [ l ..Ar..Lv. -5:00amf4:00pi36:30pm: : | f.
: :
: :
price. $2.50; special price on lots ot Joppa; Lodge,' ,No. 6, L O. 0. F, ry them into the new crop. 10:45am: 2B5am: 4:12pmAr: | .MobUe . 12:* five or more to agents or real estate meets every" Tuesday'evening at 7:30: There are complaints Of drouth in 6:00pm_ 7:15&m_815pmAr.: ; New Orleans Lv.| 8:15pm: |. .-1{ 925aia .; i ',
men. Hooton & Watson. 8may .Belmont .
o'clock.t Odd Fellows
FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire and Baylen street. Visiting brethrenaru every direction. yet in the: face of _City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds. Flomaton, Pensacola River Junction and Jacksonville. ., I
the I '
dry and
hogs; best of breeding. Ask for cordially Invited. Denomination. 1000.00 each. Dated January 1st, :1996. Maturing January 21 I 5 I 1 3 Trains do not stop at stations j 2 I 4 I 6 I 22
catalogue. Carl Setterlind, Chipley T. FLEETWOOD, N. G. very hot weather from all sections the tat; 193fi. Redeemable an. let, 1926. Interest Payable SemiAnnually.WE D-aUYIDaUyIDally I_ I_ where no time is shown \ Da1ly jDa1ly'Da11y1bail455 .

Fla. J. W. GINGLES, Sea,. bears continued their hammering tac OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT.-TO ,PRIOR SALE IN :;:::::--- 2:30 260t; Lv.. .. .F"wmaton. .Ar. 12:4 1:25 8:25. ..: '

FOR SALE 31Jan6m. tics of yesterday forenc n., The ... .' 5:00 2:35 2:65.. .. .Century .. .. 12:4( 1:21: 821......
lighters; market having no support whateverexcepting AMOUNTS TO SUIT P CHASER. 5:07 3U.S:0 .. .. Bluff.pr1ngs. .12:33 1U 8l15 .....
one with capacity for 75 thousand ft.. Pensacola' Lodsn. ,NOW 3. K. of P. I.
.. McDavid.: ... .12:22. 1:05 8:06.....
scalpers covering their short. .. .. .I 5.172:51g:0.: I. .
lumber the other at 8 .
thirty thousand capacny. meets every Monday evening contracts.The The Peoples Bank of Pensacola .... 5:30 3:6-41.3:36.: .. ..PneBarren .. ...12:08 U:52 755! ..._,
Rates reasonable. Also two o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall
skiff outlook on the whole for the .... ./ 5:39 3:1313:50.: .. .. .Mallno. .. .. ...11:59 12f3 7:4 ...c ,
boats for sale Intendenda St.
cheap 22 ft. long, l stable.. W.
over ou .. .. ., .. ....Qulntette .. ..... .
new be :
i ft beams. Telephone or write J. A. Visiting brethren,cordially welcomed crop may regarded as favor Pensacola Fla ... .. 5:43 \ I' .1l:5112:34j.1.:32
Chaffln & Co., Milton Fla. 2Smar: J. A. KIRKPATRICK C. a able, nor do. we see any likelihood .oi fan .... .'*5:53: .3:261.4:11.. .. ..Cotta&'e Hill .. .. 11:4412:297tt4: .. .."''i .;-
.. .Cantounent .. '11:40 12:26 .
S early unfavorable developments. ..... .5:5'1 3:291.4:15. .. : .31 .,
R. ft
ON THE HIGH LAND-East Hill elec- H. Notice and bureau days are fast approaching :: .... .I6Ol334'423.: .. ....Gonzalez. .. .. 11:35'12:2'7:26.: .... '
tric car line. six lots 100 ft. front -'i. Meetings of the and the latter give':'promise J- -sII ... ..,'6 93 '3:36: *4:25.. .. .. ...Roberts. .. ... .11:33'12:97:24"S
by 137% $700 inside Knights of Columoua .. .Olive.. .. ... .
deep ; 11:22'1Z9'7:15
corners of an increase over the June report. ft rrr, .1110. ..... 6:152:454:40 I. >
:lots $COO. There are no better situations 'are'held at their hail, New bales will i>e a factor, not that ; CAR Y db ca. ::"'r' ..... '6:213:5144S.. 'I ..n rent. .. .. .. '11:1t41iOf :(
than these loti. A. V. Clubbs. No. 8 West Intenden. they will be of sufficient volume to affect '. WblH&1a and BeUU D*"l.r is .. .. 6:25.3.U:52.Gouldit'.g.: \ .. .. .1J :11.12:01: 1.-

Acla street, on every 'the spot situation but they will Steam, Domestic Anthracite .. 6:30: 4:00: t:00I .&r... ..Pensacola .. Lv. 11:05_ 11:55_ '
FOR SALE Nice, clean old newspapers % 'Jp' MondaYvening at C. .0 A L
affect sentiment and sentiment plays: No. 21 I No.2
at five cents a bundle. This of. jfJ 7:30 o'clock.. An !n1 1 J '
y no unimportant part. in shaping. of P.1I.. AM -i
vltatfon Palafox 'J
!ice -No. 43 South street Telephone 93.Yar
-- to. visiting Knights: lj extended- prices. : 5:00. ... .. 7:00 Lv.! ..Pensacola .I....Ar 10: .. .. ..! 11:15:
REGULAR HACK LINE-From Chip- JOHN..B.. The stock market continues along corner. Tarragona and Gonzales streets. Phones 6 and 872 C 5:20.: ........ 1':13.... ". ....Bobenrt&. .. I... .. ..... ... '10:65
ley, raak'ng connections with mail J. S. LEONARD JONES the usual lines, strong' in spots 'with, = JI!'" 1'L.. -. C 5:22.: .. ... 7 15 .._ !. ...Gul Pgfnt.. .. ... '11:33.. .. ....10:51

launch for points on St. Andrews bay. Recorder. Grand KnIght Dther issues comparatively .weak,' and: I 5:251 .... ... ..... .. .. .. ..YnlQstra. ,. ........ ...... .. .10:50S '
Extra teams for traveling men. Good ne'glected. The game is solely confined ; .... .. ... 'J1JI.! .. ....Escambla.. .. ..'10:28 ... .......10:47 .
horses, comfortable vehicles. Call on Daughters of to professionals but living off of : WARNING C : .. ...... 7:25: .. .. .. ...Yulat.. .. ...... .10:19 ... ... .10:36 .
or address J. C. Sinclair..Chipley,Fla. Naomi Lodge,. No. 10 Rebekah.. your own flesh is hardly conducive ,to C : .... .... ...., .. .,, .. ...Ha.rp.. ., .. ... ......... .....'10:32C '
'I'elephoneNo74. 28apr Rebekah meets Daughters of longevity, and the Dr. Tanners on the :f5...... .. 7:35.. .. .. .Galt City.. .... ........ .. ... *10:21

at 8 o'cloc1c'hrl. every Q. O. ,F.Monday ball night! stock exchange are not numerous. One : .. .. 7:39.. .. .. .-.Mllton. .. .. .. ... 10:05 . .. 114S :
FOR SALE-Economize by purchasing Ing sisters,cordially invited to 'VIsit.. great man once expressed aat Dlsh. 6:3a-. ... ....... .. ...Gco-: Range .. .. .. .... .1. .. ... .. 9:43''
choicest of lots on East Hill at ent. be- pres ment atone.:with his hands 1n Ms'own '-' e 7:03.... .... t:15.. .. ,. ...Hots.] .. ............ .. .... 9':15
$300 per lot no present need.of paying WHS: B.R. pockets and they have not .materially 'It having come to my knowledge that .7:26. _. ... 8:30.. .. ....Mlll1&1\n. .. .. 9:12. ... .. 8:52
MOO per lot and $Th0' for a 30 foot KS5 WILLIE; KENDRICK.-'See WITKOVSKI. changed since' that 'time. It appearsto 7:40.. ...... ....8:38.. .. ;. ..Crestview. .. .. 9:04. .. .. 8:3& "'
strip of barren sand. Three .beauti $" __ that there is a: persistent effort S 8:09... ... .... 2:56.. .. .. .Deer Land. ,' .. .......... 8:01 -
ful sites of five lots each at $1500 for: M. E. B. A. No., 81, meeig first and to us create unloading market. some unscrupulous merchants are refilling C 8:331. .....' 9:10.. .. ..Mossy Head .. ..... 8:33... .. ...1J( .-

each quarter block; not over 100 yds third Wednesday evening at 7:30: p. We .seenothing of & .1 i legitimate 9:16.! ....... ; '(.f:3" -.-. '.'.DeF 11Il iak prtngs.. ... 8:1.). .. .. 6:57 "

from electric car line. A.. V. Cl bbs. m:; Rafford Hill, No 10.. West Inteadencla nature can warrant a l>eref': in a bull Bank Note Cigar boxes with S !:30f...... ..... $:U.. .. .. ..Argyle .. .. .... ... 7:44. .... 6:4 ; ;

Sjune. street.-. .. campaign.to The facts are, all. pointingin my 9:521..S: .. ':::57 .! Ponce D LsGn.. ... .. 7:29.:: .. .... 6:20 t
'A. 0. FELL, Pres. the opposite direction Of course : ... ...U.10.'.. -.. ...Westrll1e. .. .... : ... ... ...6:00 t
FOR SALE-Fine hotel site; best sit J. I*,., SWEENEY._8eaPefisacota manipulation hold the market In inferior Cigars I warn ,all such Merchants 10.121.: ... .. ... .10:15: .. ',.. ....Ca v1lle. .. .. :52 t J .'
uation in the city for a tourist ho 10. check, but existent and 10:451.-1-0;:!() .; .. ....Boniay.. .. ....... \ :24 i '
tel. 130 feet fronting 'south by 172 feet Lodao:No. 4, 0. F. features unfavorable developing nature 11:121. .. ...,.. 10:41.: ," ... .Chipley. .. .. ... .. : : .
deep on East Government street overlooking Pensacom> 'LOdg No.: 4, t O. 0. ?? and'must are an prevail -The-anly it is: a violation of the Revenuelaw 11:29.... .... 10:58.: '.. ..' .Aycock. .. . : 'j ; : -
Seville square and Adams meets every'Thursflarveiting at 7:SOaiihe ultimately 11:431....... 11:07. .. ...Cottondale. .. .... : : i.: : ;,
hear the other side Is
street with opea view of Pensacois;:,,.... W*Alr,ra Belmont and Bay).)" that argument'the big we on bulls. Of 12:10. ... .....115 :. .. ....Marianna.. .. .. .. 7:12..5.. : :i >. '
cay, Visitltrs .brethren cordially men are course; if in theylilt' be ...... 't
$10,000 will buy the property streets. they are, as they have no' desire: to and ,persisted 12U.: ........ 11:45.. ., .. .Cypreis. i. -
lapr. .
Invited. .
depreciate their 's '1:550,0.. .... 11:52 .. '.. ..Grand Ridge. ;
!: ;
own proper Le.u TEA DRINKERS ATTENTION. J. NEVILLE., Secretary remember the fable of Aesop' of, the to the fullest extent of the 1:13.... i.n. .13:0: .. .. .. .. .Sneads. ..,.... ..3:13 J '
prosecuted .... ...Rlve Junction -:
$ 1.
.. you want a delicious cup of.tea, try WO. W. frctg who essayed to be a bufl'HeBusted. ,..... 1:30.: 12:1: .. Lv : :
Our Own" Blend }is superior to any, Lire> Oak damp 'N( .,,1, W. 0. YY, ." 4 ....\ ... 1.401 Ar- .. I 1.AM' :

dollar tea On the .market. Only 60c: meet?) Pythian Hall: 1st and .3rd law.\ ,' -z '.. fRANK., REILLY 'fPM )I. lAMLjPM'I r :.,

fer pound. A valuable ticket in every. Wednesdays 1J(each znuith. Ylsttin* WE WILL SELL FOR.NEXt, TEN - -, "",i*.*>-tp',3. :' : lr :0' Trains 21 and 22'and trains 2 and 3 carry through sleeping car 'betwe f' :
Package New Orleans Grocery Co., sovereigns cordIally _tnv1ted.' : : Pensacola and Jacksonville via_River Junction and Seaboard Air Una. ."
105. C. c. DAYS $3 WELT SHOES FOR MEN. Sole -I
: Jas. :McHugh, Prop.. F.A: BOGHICHI; Agent. ;.
-. : LESLIE E.-.BROOKS,. Clerk. AT $2. 0. :THE M. & 0.- .. Trains Eton on ap&1.


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E \ i>t :: TRANSFERS[ S SI made."S. S. S.; JheBIood" a household, saying and thousands who aj:

: STAMPSAREI beProsperous. -: V .' :- today enJoyi (perfecthea\ owe their recovery from blood or skin disease!
Comfort "' to'this nniyeraUyused blpodmedicine. .S. S. S.is made entirely from roots
: : V herbs and bark'S,which possess not only cleansing and healing ingredients:

'. : I : Following is a list of the real estate but building-up strengthening properties to. keep the bldod in perfect
-! .S SHORT'Y.O transfers recorded yesferday reported :oder. No pa? can be well when the blood is impure; they lack the energy

V / not toe-half of the" people you ,by the Pensacola Abstract Co.: and strength Ps natural"with' he 1th.the complexion becomes pale and
t A combination of two sterling qtaliti ..,...... meet.in a' business ,way know Settle TDavis-to" Jas. ?.Williams. N. sallow, the vitality is weakened and they suffer from a general broken down
", --- whether you are prosperous or 4:5: ft.-of lots 56 and 7, block 107 New co dition. When the'waste or refuse matter: which nature intends shall be
1-:, that make shoe buying h=re'a 1ea'fle", >Of. whether "you are an important .'City Tract $245. thrown off, !STelt" 'In theItem because a sluggish, torpid condition of
None Can Be the 'sort''of man-:.a man-of means andconsequence lPens cola Investment Co. to 'J. W. V V V theexpelling members, it is absorbed into the
; as well as a positive saving of money I 'ProciiiieOt --or not; and they 'Bullocfc.-Jr.' ; lots 9 And 10, in block GUARANTEED, blood, making. this vital stream weak, sour and
Is. will form their first'impression on 319, ]lots ,1, 2,. 5 to 10, inclusive, and : irW/YRJI 'acrid, and its condition manifested by
Local Office boils
to you.Hanan. as Supply; these ponits "from a glancd at 19 and SO.in'block 3T3alf: frac. blocks V FRE E -T It,y.lyl pimples 'rashes blotches and other
r: 1t '' I your clothes. If you are in "hard 368 and-.404-'New-: City, $'t ,and 9tMr the skinS. ?. s. into the eruptions of
Exhausted :; V MINERALS,, goes- circulation
-iy. luck' you cannot afford to .look considerations, '
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like"it if are-'prosperous, Pensacola'Investment, Co. to J. W. :; __ and removes every,partIcle of blood taint or
; .and you
Crosset and Douglas you can still less afford to look Bullock.. Jr; lots 19 and 20, blDdr-94: poisoa? of every hafacter, makes the blood fresh and strong and gives energy
'. Probably for the first.t1me- years "hard up." We sell the kind of Sew. City; $100 and other considerations' tdVtIieentirebod1.V1inth&bIood has been cleansed"by S..Si S. all skill I
there is at present shortage. of two- clothes that will make you lcok.; .. V V diseases and eruptions pass away and the smooth, clear skin, glowing with I
Summer Oxfords } f cent postage stamps at the1t' as though your ship had come in. :"T Annie Th'orsen and husband, T. B. health shows that the.body is being nourished by rich pure blood. Rheumatism I
; V v office, and parties' who'wlsbed, alpost-1 G'.ve .us a callWhite Thorsen,.to'" "Knowles Hyer individually Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Poison, etc.
i in this denomination yest' \ "and as trustee; w.' 43'ft.'by' 145 ft. are all deep-seated blood disorders, and for their cure nothing equals S. S.s!
; not be:accommodated.V' 1 & l NixOUTF1TTE ,of Arpe t LOt'51, Old City $1000 and It does not injuriously affect the most delicate parts of the body and can I betaken
The shortage was occasioned l>y;the i ther oonsi 'ratons.: V V with,perfect safety'by old or young. Book on the blood and
: Just step .in any day and see. how nicely II non-arrival a laige.shipment ("supplIes "H;.'::Mutter'jfo' Knowles Hyer individually medical advice desired. without charge.- any
'sent out from, Washington) for RSYour ; and 'as .trustee E. '37 ft 'of THE-SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,ATLANTA GA
: ,
and snugly we can fit your instep. the local office and wiich is supposed .Arpent,' ]lot '57,' 'Old City, $1000- and
V I to .ha.ve'been delayed by the' *recent Money's Worth or Your Money Back I IV other coa'si'derations.T V VV .

Men's fine socks in blacks, tans, greys I Il' washouts, and consequently may PHONE 790. .,J. Bus y' to' Maude 'C. 'Williams, V 5 V V V =
reach Pens cola this morning or after N, 45 ft. !-.lots 5 6' ahd'7. block 107, V ,,_ V, _.,
for 'five Next to New Brent Building .; "'-V :. ,:. L ::::- : -- : /;'- "" :;;'lr:0: :;.,_>..., :;-
fancies from tofifty'cents'each.
: and two twenty noon. ,i few'City Tract $500 and other'considerations.
When' the,stamp wi window..was.opened : : 29 S. PALAFOX ST. -" I
V I Equitable Policies Proved Good Investments
V: for business yesterday morning PHONE 790. B.; F. BacSe'.to C. Gunter Elmore N ,
there was only a small supply.of-the ;4of block lis, New Cty: Tract $1 V
two-cent stamps on hand, and withn, -V nd other considerations. "I haveTrecelyed the various opt'.ons: of settlement on my policy,
an hour or so these: were gone.'. Parties CLUTTER PIANOS. L suE" Brooks to J. T. Mason, 312707,'and'hereby''accept'the option which provides for a paid uppolicY"
callng: after that could not be accommodated Our pianos have been giving the lot ,8 and S& .of lot 9.. block 41, E.King ol $10,000 and the withdrawal of the dividend in cash. This is
THE JOHN WHITE STORE though the- office..'could very best of' satisfaction for many Tract,. E!. of Tarragona Street, the second policy I have settled with you in past two years and in each
furnish two-cent stamps:,"in small: years. They possess 'a beautiful refined .$100 and other considerations. case my policies with the Equitable have- proved good investment.."
I books, but in 'some easesj!'hese were. .musical quality'not found in the ,J; C..Cowan.to F..H. Burbidge-S This is part of.letter from one of Pensacola's leading lawyers. Thosa
: Phone 225 205.207 & PALAFOX not wanted by the patrons V /,, usual run of pianos. Th&'f.durability of the SE&. of.the SBI% of Sec: 14, T. interested may see 'original letter, and get explanation of policy.
It is very probable .that. 'all tm is simply wonderful. Anybody can 1, S. oML-31; W., 20 A., $1 and other .
____ __. !wI-q______ __:wu stamps that will be necessary! :.will' '. buy one"under' our matchless plan of considerations.V: V
: V I on hand today, for if the supplies don 1 I "pay when you like." If 7ou want a' Insurance, Knowles flq Gen'! At tJ

ot arrive they will ba procured V from piano in your home, write or call on A. LeFRANCAIS.; Fire, Lik UI U. PensacoIV :
other offices. \ and how it is have I VETERINARY .. ,
U3 see easy Ho one SURGEON
A BIG REDUCTION BASEBALL Unknown Friends... '- put.in your CLUTTER home. MUSIC' HOUSE_ 'I'I V 'PHONE' 497. V I II ", -V- '..

There are jnany people who ,have .

In the Amount of Only one game was',.pla'ed in the and used Diarrhoea Chamberlain's Remedy.wilL Colic; 'splendid Cholera! V Pensacola Florida.'SHIPPING. .G44O" V.sO' ....O.................................

Southern Leagu9 yesterday, that be- results but who are' V unknown because I[ M4RIANNAV I If. E.a.oaxj.A. *

HEADACHESSince tween Shreveport and..Atlanta, and the they have hesitated"".. 'giv Iron. Works Supply Co.Manufacturers
; latter was trimmed. to 'the tune of 5 ing a testimonial of their experience NEWS'V [ V and :
to 1. These however
for. publication. people, ,
< ,aad,Repairers: ,of MACHINERY AND BOILER3, "
the Are 'Two, doubleheaders :were played in are none the,less; -friends of this: FORGINGS, MILL: AMD STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
People Using th.5 South Atlantic League. Columbia remedy. They have done ;much! to., Special! to The Journal. II REPAIRS ,A SPECIALTY. Prompts attention given to all orders i
scalped Macon twice and Augusta and ward making it a household- word by ;, .Manianna;?la. June 13-The weather -V day oj night Agents for,Jaraeg McKay & CO.'B celebrated Log and .
Jacksonville split1 even. Savannah defeated their personal Jrecammnd' t'nn }n.V is so' bad here that the Star Route Timber Dogs, also chains;of all,descriptions. Office phone 123. RestI .
Cbarlest ? '. friends and neighbors. It is a good Monvisp,ital ss, Reve'Uo, 2774, New. drivers could not leave with their dence.pone 1029. P. 0. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. :!
Bromo-Vin Pittsburg/Chicago, New Ytrk and medicine to.have in the home and U! Orleans:> Gulf Transit Jo. mail One went before the rain and ........ ., .....!.....oo... .......O............
Boston carried off the honors' In the widely known for its'cures of diar: Jennie HurlbertAm- brig, Wright Wind.came up arid went.on through,
National League and Chicago, Philadelphia -rhoea and all formsof bowel;trouble." ', : 418. Havana'to; J.A. Merritt & Co.. 'but the other had to:turn back.as the -

ForSaloby th.2 New"York in the American.and St. Louis wcc For sale by all druggists. -: V" V Cleared."V.". timber was' falling' across the road .....,.,.. .. .. ...... .. ........A.. ..v A .... ..... .... ......... .... .. ........ ......v..A. .... .... ..A.. .. ...A.....,..,..... .. ..AA...........A... ..A....
games Barendr eht, Dutch ss:| H ckstrL: ahead of' him! so' fast that he wa
The scores in the various league 2001 vfor. Buenos Ayrfs,7with'2,209,000: afraid to go on.
White's Pharmacy player yesterday were as follows! : sttIixiber._ : ,*. Mr. At. Hodgeboom, The Journalman EVERYTHING FOR BUILDING SUPPLIES

V, PALAFOX STREET I F MYRTLE GR YEi Senator:, Br ss, Pyle. SOW, for Liverpool is in town again. BRICK LUMBER SASH, DOORS, SHINGLES. WE FURNISH <
Manufactured by with 8.340J c tC,1ttwn'timber! ; Mr-!. Walter Kehoet,state attorney HOUSE" BILLS COMPLETE.
G. VAN ANTWERP & SON, yesterday's. Results '. 1,045,000 s .ft'sawn timber, 55,000 s ft for the first judicial circuit; is in .the' f
Mobile, Aa.! To "Tfie .four'na.r. :'k' luther, 3,7Obs! rO 311.S hads leaf city attending 'couiV" "* !
Special : Phone 11. H. G.
.r j tobacco, 2&ldOo''s'ftTsawn. "timber; "Mr. Ellisoll ofrHartford, A a., filled V

Southern League. people Myrtle Mr'd Grive,?June Grove 13.-The la&t Sunday young Nentnioor...Brlss. Taylor"" 2508 for ,the Methodist pulpit in place of Mr. ... . .... -... v.... ..,.,...v..A...."..".... ..."."A.....'8" A .,..... .. .."'...'..............................v
; Shreveport 5; Atlanta 1. had th"..ple sure, of seeing' an interesting -; Liverpool! via Glllfport L ,'*with 930,600 s Danley., S
What Your Eyes See No otheitgamesphy. d. game of baseball between -the ft sawn'timber. Friday afternoon'lLbout; 3:30( a fire

South Atlantic League. Dirty Chewers Dozen of of Myrfl Pensacola Grove and. the t.h.9VGum'exa: ,tsoore' Bar ndreeht; V.,:Sail Dutch,d. ss V').,. for Buenos alarm ran themselves was turned out in of and'the breath company to: find ........ < .' ... ..o.... ....a .... ........" I
you must believe. So you need not, Columbia 4, Macon first ) $ f f !
Q; ( game ; Ayres.: S that the fire was in the "Brooklyn" '
V take any other person's word for it,!., Columbia 2. Maccn 1.. (econd game). could not ne learned as evb'rytody district far 'out be reached' i
""" too to by
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a""hani r let
on the ground had ,in the V :; j*2'V IV There Be
but call on me ai4"SEE" Charleston 0 Sannnah'l.Augusta i
; i tallying.: V VESSELS.'IN PORT. the department. The house of.1'hos; Light"I i
3.; Jacksonville 0, (first I !
lten'denf" W. Connor and his crib with nearly 60
: G EOrg .H. Da vis,,.superl V V i .
2, Jacksonville' 4, 'Steamships.Burnby
) Augusta '
game ; .bushels of corn were destroyed.; '
for yourself, what swell summer goods (second game). V, the give.convict.cainpIs' Myrtle GroVe taking people all.h"aY goO. cato Br ssj''Thomas': 2361, Gal- What; we want,to know is, when are i V ,In response. to this,command, press the buttnn and ai'
: I am showing and atSUMMER National: League. road. veston to the W. S. Kejjsjer Co. those electric lights going to blind our bright though soft floods the room. This is- done with d
Philadelphia 0; Pittsburg 3. Last Sunday evening about''12 or .14 Cayo MiI1. anlUo. 'Br riss, Cowdy eyes? One prominent'young professional :- our. V *
PRICES New York Cincinnati 1. of the young,men-- of Mjrtje..Groye 1908: Galveston' .to'GuKJpansirCo. man has said that he was will. i
:- Ij'ght-weight Serge Coats from $3 Brooklyn 2;. Chicago went to their bathing, pace ,.in this "Federica" Aust. ssTZaj, 2261, New Ing to elect two young men to the Pneumatic Gas Lighters
L to $7; Sicilians: and Aupacas in abun- Boston 2; St. Louis1.American creek and were taking 'a' nice swim Orleans,. to ,Gulf Transit: ,jCompany, council if he }new they would fight j
:r dancer at from $4.00 to $10.00. One -of League. when Mr.'-J.: W. Boyett had' the bad Earlswood" Br. ss, Fayn, 1840 Pt for lights untlr they got them. : "
VV those Serge Coats (single or double luck to jump on'a snag, cutting asasfc Inglis to J....!. HewittCo.. About all the young people of the V You: are Invited to calKat our office and see them at work *
'V breast) with a pair of thosa swell,! ..Chicago.; Washington 0. about 3 inches long in his st'9lt. h and ,Elizabeth T. Doyle Am-sch, Croucher city who were away aUending'the, : Prices for installation very modest. Reduced prices for :
; light trousers, will dress YQU up. for I I Detroit Cleveland'2.1. Philadelphia. New York 5.3. causing him much pain.' Tlw-'doctor ," 641. New York to order. several colleges of the south have returned : illummafng gas make gas cheapest lightin'g agent in ] !
the summer: together with, .some of' ; thinks that Mr. Boyett wiloon be Exmoor, Br js Storehouse.' 2297, and are welcomed by their the city. :
St. .Boston 0. J
those gauze .balbrfggan.underwear: Louisli, all'right again If he gets no;back: set, Madiera to Hyer Bros.; friends'oa) all sides. Judging from .
at SOc and ,J1.00 per suit, and your and his many friends hope( he- 'will Fraices-" Tunnell. 'Am sch. Tun- the young men and women'that she i i
whole outfit won't'cost J"ou'civer Brewton; Bay Minette 2. soon be well. :ii ', nell.,1239, Philadelphia to order. sends'away each year Jackson county ;: Pensacola Gas Company :
$12i50.: Call and let me show you. Brewton-,.Ala, June 13. (Special)- John L. Inglis, Am tug, 98, Sheldon, should, soon be one cf the leading
: Brewton took the. second game of The Very Best Remedy basbal froin Bay Minette this after- Trouble. '. Mexican,. Brit. ss, 2728, Slater, from manly: st of youn'g people and are I :; Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. t
: noon by.a.COe of 6 to 2. Hits Brew- M. F. old and V New Orleans, to Gulf Transit Co. fully able to help old Jackson to keepup ............ .
JO.COLEMANV Mr rroughs an +.+ ... +.++...................++....H+<
ton 7, Bay. Minette ,7; errors Brewton .well-known resident of Bluffton-- Ind.. Senator Brit ss, 30491, Pyle, New Orleans with the standard of the past. I
4. Bay Minette 4. Batteries: Brewton, says: "I regard Chamberlain's 'Colie, to,A.Brown., The local tent of the Maccabees: was I S V =
V Frederick, Ply Dubley: and Strong; i Cholera-and Diarrhoea remedy as the V Wentmoor, Br: ss, 2,508( St. Vincent open d.for a regular meeting :Monday I
; Palafox St. Bay Minette, Sutherland and Wem- i very best remedy for'bowel".trouble;.! to Hyer Bros! '. night, but as there were not enough to I ANNUAL: DIVIDENDS
{ Phone 727. meth. Frederick was knocked out in make this statement afterhaving ,- .. V call the lodge to order those present I ,
? __ the third inning. Dudley received a I used the ,remedy in my: famljy .for experimented with new regalia and
.-- serious injury to his finger in the several years. I am never' "witho t Ships. furniture just'received, and you could cannot be lost and they may be used to

k----'., ._ eighth inning." The attendance' was it." This, remedy is almost "sure 'to Canara, ItL ship, 1495. ,' Repetts G&llQa have heard them laughing for several
1 t- about 400. V be needed.before" 'summer is over.. to' )J.ast: r. V blocks. .:All those not present on Monday reduce the 'premiums each if the insured
Why not buy it noW' and .be'prepared Harvest Quean, Brit ,ship, Forsyth night had.best to be the next time year
'bEth How to Break Up' a Cold. for such an emergency! r'sale' by Rio'Janiero: to order.Nordstjernnen '> the tent is open.COfFEE. SOS chooses A life or Endowment Policy with
I It may be a.'surprise to, many to i all druggists. ; \ Nor ship, 1.65.. _
learn that, a severe cold can be com ; alvscn: La Guayra V to,"yr.\ S. Keys r, annual ,dividends in the Union Central Lifeis
: I| pletely brokenup in one or two day.s'time. SC .
Well Dressed .Tl1e. first symptoms of a cold Barks. V the most
Nor bk :1348, Ferguson satisfactory.V .
are a dry, loud cough, a profuse Antigua, '
watery discharge from the nose anda New Orleans' to' AL Zelius. V V
thin; white coating on.the tongue. DURTON De'gregoriGio' Botto. Ital bk, 1294. ; S._ WILLIAMS, General Agent. I

Cool I andComfortable "taken'!hen eve Chamberlain's!)'-hour on cough the first remedy appear-* iIP biill2 Genoa'Klnf', to Malcolm Rossasco, It, Bros.bk: Gufi, 1233 Ge v< We are the Pioneer. Thiesen Building V V Phone 608. r

..0& Xo.Huges & Co. V Coffee Roasters of ,
: ance of these*symptoms It counter j'yff : ,
ItaL bk. 1591, Montano, from ,
LIsa V
acts the effect of the cold and restores[ "
V West Florida.
Nolloth to master. .
the system to- a healthy condition V
within two. For Lake, Erie, ItL bk., 928. Efljan, Bas 'Works
a .day or sale by all Everybody, But Father"Even
I .
drtfgglsts-! .. rom to Master.
: Monrovia, Nor bk, 1449. Aase Ham '

I! does not mean extremes ".Vt NOTICE. 'ii c4'i j: V. burg'Port to"Sonoclan order.- Uruguay bk, 1112 V MOTS BLENDS bcgihrimg to sit up and take notice, since we ir'

Special Meeting of Stockholders. I iiiriMs.i. Ferres; Mentevideo to German Ameri
ii in style but S stalled those fans lights and bells.
There will! be a 'meeting of ''stock can': Lbr.- Co. S : ,
i i' : simply good taste holders "of.Pensacola,and' Perdido Railroad -I I V Precursore, Ita!. bk, Schiaffino. V have no equal. A trial]
L good judgment and Company'at the office of the company Genoa' to Rosasco Bros. ,1508.1 ,ivlll convince the connoisseur PENSACOLA: ELECTRIC COMPANY
. \ in' Pensacola; Fla. on July' 2, -TbsSipLs-8ui--8thi... V .'Spero, Nor...bkt ,623.-.Bosti&.. las .V
f good clothes in 1906, at "eleven"o'clock"a: m. to con Haacli -tnd only Perfect Palmas : that we Phone 570.Mli1
t I detail. 'You sider and vota on 'the -following'sub-'j $.1f41ingPen. Nou tlltf Sterling, Nor bk, Ellepsen! Labta! ; .
: every l : lPlucodotzthgYo V make no extravagant
jects V V V ;:= .
to order.
: I Bay I ..
combine all of : "" *
; V : 1. The1.: a'doption'of new By-Laws. slplyprcas\ tha Irattoa(H Schooners. claims; --a "-,,, ,------E i
: these good features 2. The e tablhhm nt' of a new la the picnic"and the pea ill!*' S ponnajChrist'naAiB sch, !!cLe d, V V Order: You.r -
i traffic agreement between' the Pensa-I 1a.. .4aII. : .165,, Bejize.,
I 1 in the clothes
cola and Pferdlda Railroad Co. and the ; Writet the IItaDt II, Barkentine. Who'esale' and RetailGROCERS .ICE COAL''and WOOD
:V I you buy here: Pensacoa: ; 'Alabama: and Tennessee toucbs.tb.P'D'tI Hubert Fuller, Am barkentine '679, ,
I Nash, Port. of Tampa,, to C. W. OH- ftrem. the
{' Cents Railroad'Co.ELWOOD.: MCLAUGHLIN, I Eagle$150Flash V yer. .. Consumers9 Ice and Fuel Company.

:: Fifty It V : : Secretary. V Office-Corner- Co ie and Tarreton. Phone 259.
< I G. B. Surhhans. Testiftis After Four V V
l btiys' an Undergarment ANOTHER' 'SHIPMENT,OF THOSE. No.ij.ltt 14 tint toUd toldpea V # Years.G. and all kinds of Feed V V -

here that $3.50 PANAMAS; ALSO'SOME VERY I point and-fiifly finat naiutecd.ad T lamli. drabbei B. Burhans. ,of ,Carlisle! ; Center., V StuHs.Pluto -- V .V V V _- ::':

FINE ONES V OR.$5.0p.; THE M., & EaaIe 'Flaab"No25 : N.V Y.. writes "About four years -fl-- -;,
:If spells comfort. in 0. : with coLI'" $UO a'go I wrote you stating that I had
' t every thread. '!. I EaaJe "f1uIeNo.. 28r.u been"'entirely cured 'of a: severe kidney HOUSEHOLD PAINTS FOR I
I : u:: trouble by taking less than two Water

: yodder Cora.. t! : Jbsuionn; bottles of Foley's Kldne/ Cure.', It DOMESTIC PURPOSES i
Dal1'1..fanners should'"plan: : to raise Other State entjrely'stopped the brick dust sediment -
r ANSON1f. large crops: .of corn for"fodder, *a: In AikTODlDEALEU If he V ad pain and symptoms of kid- S frhe f
i dc.es't sell you the Eirie I Wholesale and Retail ",: Gran'by Ready-Mixed Paints for household purpose
I o. case there should be a light crop of bay I "FLASH"Poutih real UIca' ney disease disappeared. .am gladto are eing'iol to women almost every day to paint art"
: there will be:this most. excellent: sub-. I I Kn4thercilprkedIzccttQI : say that I have never had a returnof cles-.of, furniture in 'the home, staircase, window casings,
- stitute to. fall back upon.- u. Ecb. pea. utateteltateed. /p, anY of those symptoms during' the V ..doorff etc.. Put up .la pint when st.r-
cans ready to use
:,i CASH CLOTHIER, Pencil VVt ;. V four years that have elapsed and I am New, Orleans Grocery Co red at 25 cents a can. Get our prices on building naterial -
> The',"Well BredHoc., t Eagle Co. evidently cured to'stay cured. and ,and hardware.
; .: A hog's appetite is not always anIn-: M3i heartily ,recommend Foley's Kidney

Corner Palifoi! ud Uali dex of profit: A well bred hog eats,no B-w.3r.New .. Cure to any one suffering from kid- V Saunders Mill Company
1? I VI neyor bladder trouble. For sale .T>y 'Jas. McHugh ,
more than a scrub hog, but be, show '
', t,. la"tilt"market V ,' ..."} w: A. OXAknibertedruggist And V V Phone:717. ': '21 East Garden Street.

__ cp apothecary.. ..- Phone 105. Proprietor. :.-..- '- -: -'-,:': ::, '-: ':: ::'-- -f' ::.. :, "::-" '. .:"':'ft ':;

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