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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 21, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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OVER MEAT_' INSPECTION, BIALYSTOK RIOTSBRITISH FORCED TO TURN SAILOR I



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iwo Essential Points of Difference ROYAL FAMILY Spread Report of Bomb Throwing' I I Ji.1


Between Two Houses of ,and Set Worst Element D'ALEMBERTE: REQUESTS Lewis Silcox, Shanghaied at Pen'f'f,


Congress. ARRIVES AT' IRON DUJEM Upon the Jews. sacola, Taken to Europe L

OPINION OF CITY ATTORNEY
Against His Will. ;:


A SEA LEVEL CANAL I Prince and Princess of Wales Accorded Soldiers Led Chase and Partici-- I ,


Enthusiastic pated in Butchery. As to Whether or Not He I Is Legally i CAUGUTBYRUNNER : .
Welcome by King COOPER r[ WANTED[

in Favor and Perkins Holding the Office of Alder- '
Morgan Spoke
Haakon and Queen Maud.By JEWS FOUGHT WITH REVOLVERSAND : from Precinct No. 12. At His Arrival
in to Plans man Depot Upon During
Opposition .
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BOMBS, BUT WERE OVERWHELMED IN CRESCENT[ [ 1905. .

Associated Press. hour. King Haakon, Queen Maud AND FORCED TO April ,
Trondjhem, June .-The event of and Crown Prince Olaf hastened to HANDED COMMUNICATION BY J.N. .

FMRiSfT' NIGHT' SESSION HELD TO to-day in connection with the preparation meet their relatives. The royal par SHELTER AUTHORITIES UTTERLY ANDREWS: YESTERDAY IN .

CONSIDER SUNDRY CIVIL BILLS for the coronation! of, King ty remained aboard till six o'clock.A TAKEN ABOARD BARK DHARWAK
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Haakon VII was the /arrival of the great throng surrounded the land POWERLESS, TO STOP CITY WHICH LATTER! CITES PARALLEL
-HOUSE VOTES $25,000 PER ANNUM Prince and Princess of Wales and ing and gave King Haakon an ova t AND FORCED TO SIGN PAPERS'
'MASSACRE--NO FEAR IN ODES- .
children board the CASES AND INTIMATES -
on British royal > : '
FOR. PRESIDENT'S TRAVELING tion.The -TURNED LOOSE AT ANTWERP
yacht Victoria and Albert. French armed crusier Admiral SA.

EXPENSES AND PASSES As the vessel entered the harbor It Aube, carrying a special French embassy THAT FURTHER STEPS WILL, WITH FIVE FRANCS-REACHES

commenced firing a salute which was arrived to-day, also Major Wil- Marshal Schad Receives a Telegram BE TAKEN-WIL'L'' RESIGN\ IF IN-'
SCORE OF OTHER MEASURES.By returned by the Norwegian cruisers, liam W. Giibson, the American rep NEW YORK AFTER 14 MONTHS

and shore batteries, lasting half an' resentative. By Associated Press from Whitaker ,ELI GISLE.
Inspector r IABSEN Grodo, June 20.The: question of
Associated Press I the origin of the massacre at Bialy-
1r 1 that He Be Held.
stok Investigated by a correspondent Asking ,
was '
Washington, June 20.-nSenator ? The question of whether or'not Alderman -

Proctor today called up the agricul- KING HELD f FOR TON T CIPTUREDDY [ who reached of here the to-day.Associated Press hold his A.seat H. In D'Alemberte the council can and legally rep-I New Special York., June to The 20.Lewis Journal.' Silcox, ,

tural bill He opposed the house substitute The fact that a bomb was thrownat Everitt Cooper, the young man arrested resent precinct No. 12, while he re-, a farmer of Bluff! Springs, forty miles '
for the provision, the Corpus Christi porcession wasestablished
inspection
by sh.Schad. Tuesday, sides in another precinct is to be de-I north of Pensaeola in Escamfoia: county :

saying there were, two' essential points threw It has beyond not been adoubt settled.but who Impartial night, Is wanted br-the authorities in cided by City Attorney Jones, and I! Fla., after having been shanghaiedand

of difference between the two houses. MURDER[ AT.DEFUNIAK r r PULAJANE l J N[ witnesses state that an in- New Orleans, evidently for breaking I I upon D'Alemberte It rests whether will continue or not Alder-in the forced to turn sailor fourteen <
man
One was the omission by the houseof sulting cry enraged'the Jews who attacked jail there some two years ago. Mar- service of the city for if the city at- months ago, to-day found a haven in .
,
a provision requiring the date of the religious' procession. The shal Schad received a wire yesterdayfrom ',
it is illegal for. at the Americn Seaman's Friend -
inspection to be placed on cans, and police spread the report, fanning religious Inspector Whitaker, of the police torney should say that
him to hold office, he says he will ten-. Society No. 74 Wall Street, and expressed :
fanaticism and setting the: department of New Orleans, ask-
the other was the cost of inspection to .
E f K BANDITS worst element on the Jews: on whom ing that Cooper, alias Shy, be arrested der his resignation immediately.The his thanks when he learned .
the national: treasury. He said that matter was brought to the attention I -
crowds"turned.. The Jews at first and held until, further orders that he was to be sent back to Florida :
was radical! and unwise. The packers fought with revolvers.. ana1:! bombs The New Orleans officers were not,, of Alderman D'Alemberte! yesterday >
could afford the expense as an ad but were soon overwhelmed and fled aware of the fact that Cooper was already -|i i morning by J. N. Andrews i I :
when the latter walked into the office "I expect" he said, "that I sure am
enisement for shelter. Soldiers led this chase;! under arrest, but thought only,

''Senator Beveridge agreed with Senator Testimony at Preliminary Trial Five Policemen ,Killed and Entire'Protecting participated in the') : butchery, fir- that the Pensacola officers knew of his 1 of the Pensacola Mr. D'Alemberte Investment Companyand a letter, about the gladdest man to set foot
in houses where the Jews gave American
ing gathered whereabouts. Marshal Schad repliedto on soil that you ever seen ;
Proctor and 'Senator Lodge also ,to resist claiming they were revo- the telegram in the afternoon, stat which afterwards proved to be a communication ;' ,
Shows that He Killed J J. T. Force Captured- 'I Mr. And to think this thing wouldn'tnever
spoke for the senate provision but lutionists. The authorities who ing that Cooper was under arrest andwas citing reasons why .
have if I'd
said it might be considered as "audlci-; wanted to stop the massacre were utterly being held. D'Alemberte was illegally holding or-I I happened only re to.
Powell With Detachment in Pursuit .
Shotgun. powerless. Cooper told Marshal Sfchad yesterday fice, and intimating that further membered that promise I sure mad
ous to do so in view of the announcement .
would be taken by parties to mother when father :
old ,
There is no evidence to support the that it was in December 1904. my my
that the president had accepted charge that the massacre was organ that he with others broke jail. He; if Mr. D'Alemberte did not give a satisfactory -1 I died So long ago I forget the year. _

U." The bill went over without ac Special to Th: Journal By'Associated Press: ized by local authorities or that it said that he was afterwards arrested j i i I answer. Mr. tAlemberte) "My mother was too derned pretty f'f ,
tion.Senator IBeFuniak Springs, June 20.The .Manila, June 20.-:A pantf of three was caried out uitfer .Borders froja St in Cincinnati and the New Orleans j I Ipeope j! states that Mr. Andrews was not accompanied -'I j'for !'
I mother
told
Morgan spoke in favor ofa under Caesar: Pas by anyone, as an article any widow woman.
hundred Pulajanes Petersburg. |, notified that he would be willing : -;
preliminary trial of Wm. King charged '
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sea level canal and Senator Per- tor attacked the town of Bureau, on to return there without requisition -i in the afternoon paper would lead one it she would promise me not to set up ",:'

kins in opposition.The with the murder of J. T. Powell r of the Island of Leyt: yesterday,.' killed NO FEAR OF OUTBREAK papers_ but they did not come after to believe, and that even Mr. Andrews, with any other fellow, ola1 or youn,

senate had its first night session last/Friday at,the home of King, was I five policemen wounded five and 'I IN CITY OF ODESSA h:m. I did not wait until the letter was open- I would promise never to leave hl r. .:" .

considering sundry civil bill. held here today before Judge Me-, captured the remainder of the force' He said that the officers in Mobile I ed, although invited to do so. She promised, and kept her promise"In

Leod. Hon. -J. Walter Kehoe 'and S.|r.K. t excepting a lieutenant who was inCCUJmand..Ya5tor. Odessa, 'June :;.June 20.-Gov::: nor got after him Sunday nfght, and that The Communication.The the middle of April, 190() I went .1
J25.000 FOR PRESfDENTTS __ ., Gillis. renreaented,,the "state_ and ; ,Was killed General Kaulbard-- to-day assured Officer To..i Boulter who*was hurt; In: communication: signed by Mr._.
TRAVELING ,EXPENSES. : Campbell &:Son, Price&; Watson W.t The bandits entered the"tribunal the Associate1 Press that the precautionary : the chase7shot at] him, but the Mullets Andrews Is as follows: down to Pensacola to spend a few

W. Flournoy'and J. F. Watson appeared end a hard fight ensued the police measures ,adopted here und went wide of their mark. I i I "Pensacola, Fla., June 20, 1906. days with some friends, and buy me anew
Washington, June 20. Twenty.bills for defendant., 1 being overcome by superior numbers. throughout his jurisdiction were so Cooper appears to be in a most;! ")Ir. A. H. D'Alemberte set of harness for the bugy. As
of more or less general interest were It ,seems from the evidence that J. The municipal records were taken comprehensive as to absolutely prevent cheerful mood, and talked freely witha I "Pensacola Fla. soon as I stepped off at the depot a

passed by the house under suspensionof T. Powell and Andrew Arrant, who+! from the tribunal and, burned in the : an anti-Jewish uprising. number of persons who'.called to "Dear Sir:-Tour attention has al- fellow there" called a runner grabbedmy

the rule today. Among them wasa owned sheep, had gone to the home) streets. The papers included deed., see him yesterday.FULL .' ready been called to the fact that you I I arm. J,
measure appropriating twenty-five: of King to see about Some sheep that I! licenses and receipts and their less City is Now Quiet. are holding your office as a member In relating his story, Silcox says

thousand dollars per annum for travel! had been re-marked from their marksto 1 is most serious. The town fuiuls Bialystok, June 20.-The night of the city council from :precinct No.I he was taken out to the bark Dhar- :.
ing expenses of the president which! that of King. While: on the way;! were not disturbed. The bandits passed without incident and all is TICKET 12 without; authority of law, and your war, a four master. Capt. Jefley, and
excited considerable debate, and, they were met by Tom SheffIeld and! took the arms of. the 'police and a quiet here this afternoon. participation in the deliberations of j I! forced to sign papers. The ship .".

a regulation regarding: check'! all three proceeded to King's house'l quantity of ammunition.A M. Fresch, son of the president of IS NOMINATEDFLETCHER that body are illegal. There is too|i iI sailed for !Antwerp and Silcox went ,
in? of baggage by common'' where they found King in bed detachment has started in pur- the council of emive arrived here much involved for the citizens and I 1 along against his will. At Antwerp t

carriers. The resolution increas-j After talking the..matter over King) suit. to-day. He was sent by the minister I I taxpayers to sit idly by and have I II i he loose.was given five francs and! turned r

log the terms of representatives to, told them to fix the matter to suit' of the interior to determine lesponsi- i things go on as they have been. One \:
I )
He made his to London ;
four years and the bill amending the themselves as he was unable to go out' BROWN UNIVERSITY bility of the recent massacre of Jews.PLNTY 0. PROCTOR. : HEADS:,|[of the city boards acted lately in a I through aid from way the Workman's ,j;::
revised statutes to national would later when I than
permit at the time, but go case of much less importance \ .
and walked from there to
banking associations to make loans on: he felt better. REPUBLICAN: TICKET IN yours. I refer to the case of Frank, Home : I-
Bristol, thence to Worchester, where :
real estate as security and limit'ng 'Mr. Arrant the first witness for the COMMENCEMENTI8y FISHERMEN HAD VERMONT.By Martin, a city sanitary inspector, and I Capt Henry of the Police Court Mission I .
such loans failed. A rule was adopted!, state, said that after talking a while Mr. H, Barrs no longer being eligible: j opened correspondence with the ,' ,
to begin consideration of the pure! King, said: "Do you fellows accuse OF SPORT to sit and represent the people of precinct sheriff at Pensacola regarding his ': '
food bill tomorrow and vote after me of stealing sheep?" to which they Associated Press. fourteen has resigned. The leg-,|
twelve hours debate. replied "No." Arrant sa'd there had Providence, R. I., June 20.-The col.lea.te Associated Press islature of Florida unseated C. :M. : case.

been no quarreling! hard words and : year at Brown University Montpelier, Vermont, June 20.- Brown, because he had moved his residence -I SHERIFF VAN PELT KNEW ",
Railroad Rate Bill. when he and Pbwe'l got ready to j closed to-day with, the 138th com- THE OWNER AND PARTY ON THE The republican' convention to-day, from one county to another. NOTHING OF THE CASH
Washington, June 20. The conferees -, leave some of Mr.. King's fo'k asked mencement. Honorary degrees were nominated the following ticket: Gov- "Now you have the matter: in your I '.' .
the raIlroad but Wattersor.. YACHT OLGA CAUGHT OVER Fletcher D. Proctor; Lieut-n-. I have been to I'
on rate bill have them to stay to dinner; conferred on Henry ernor, own hands. requested Sheriff Van Pelt, when made ac- \ ', '
abandoned the idea of meeting until' plied that as it was not dinner time!, Charles E. Hughes, of New York, ant Governor, Geo. H. Prouty; Treas- put the matter before you plainly and quainted with the contents of the "
ill members of the conference can be: they could get home for dinner and and Horace White. Henry Watterson FOUR HUNDRED SNAP- urer Edward: H. Deavitt; Auditor, unless a satisfactory answer is received above special last night stated that "IT, :
present The next meeting will beheld started for the gate: where their was the principal speaker of the PERS. Homce F. Graham:;; Attorney General at once proceedings will be he had recived no communication '

tomorrow. horses wer hitched. occasion, taking as his subject "Se- Clark C. Pitts; Secretary of State, begun. from anyone in regard to the case. !

Wtness said he was ahead and justas tionalism." Fred G. Fleetwood.The Respectfully yours, He is well)) acquainted with the Sil
Postmasters Nominated. he had reached the walk' Powellwas Mr. Watterson said1 the great issue platform endorses Roosevelt "J. N. ANDREWS." cox family, however, and thinks ha
Washington June -The president on the J last step beh'nd him. He in this country now is shall mammonor Captain George H. Dunbar, of New and the movement against discrimination Says He Will Resign. knows Lewis Silcox, the one who has
today sent the following nominationsof heard a woman, scream and then the manhood prevail in government.: Orleans, owner of the fine yacht O'ga, in interstate commerce. When seen by a Journal representative -been missing from home so long, and ,
postmasters to and he turned His faith was strong that manhood which has been cruising in Florida afternoon and asked
the senate: South report of a gun, as yesterday I| who, it now develops, was shaag- ;
Carol'na: J. 0. Ladd, Summerville; around Powell'fell against him shot In would triumph. He advised the waters for the past ten days, has en-, what he proposed to do in the!!i haied.

Georgia, J. M. Barnes, Thomson. the back. Sam Sheffield was trying young graduates to go south. joyed excellent sport fishing and he JOSEPH SPENCER premises, Alderman D'Alemberte replied -i!I The vessel, accrding to the customhouse
to take a gun from King and witness and the members of his party yesterday -I that he would do nothing until 1 i I records, is evidently the Swedish ,
heard King say: "Turn me' loose; I expressed themselves as having DIED YESTERDAYEXPIRED he had an opinion from city:' Attorney : bark Dharwar, Captain Olsen, ofa
SUIT TO RECOVER pot one and want to get the other. MRS. CHADWICK'SEFFECTS had a great time. Jones, and if the latter gave it as his net tonnage of 1271. She took out

They accused me of Stewing, sheep." The yacht put into Pensacola yesterday opinion that he was illegally holding clearance papers on April 25, 1905, i
SHARES Witness ran to where b'<5 ,horse was SOLDBy on the return trip to New Or- office, as claimed in the communication for Antwerp with a cargo of 69800'J' ; .;
OF STOCKIN tied cut hm! loose and left, but shortly leans, and it was then learned that AT THE HOME OF HIS : that he would resign immediately. superficial feet of lumber. The car .

rode back to the ate and saw Powell Captain Dunbar and his party had go was cleared by Fr. J. Schreyer. ;
lying on the walk. He saw him' Associated Press, caught over four hundred red snap- SON NEAR BRENT;- AT THE He has written a letter to City At I and it is evident that the ship put to .

THE MOORE ICE FACTORY OF later at his home dead. Witness said! Cleveland. June 20. All the personal pers in one day. As they had no use ADVANCED' AGE OF 89 torney Jones in which lie states the, sea a few days after taking out clear
both he and Powell were unarmed. effects of Mrs. Cassie Chadwick for such a number of fish they were facts in the case. We cites the fact ance papers. .
THUS CITY, BROUGHT IN Dr. Justice of.Geneva. was was put including dozens of silk and satin given to the smack Dixie and broughtto YEARS. that about fourteen months ago he No one could be found last night
and testified to the the city Tuesday. sold his home in precinct No. 12 and
THE upon the stand as and fur garments were sold : who was acquainted( with the shanghaied ;:
ALABAMA COURTS.The nature of the wounds saylng'he saw at gowns auction to-day to A. H. The yacht, after taking on coal and -t; moved temporarily out of that precinct man, or any of the' facts regarding -

where 9 buck shot went In, the. back Greely public, of this city, for $4,025. A supplies sailed for New Orleans. Joseph Spencer, father% of J. W.I because of the fact: that he was i j j his long absence. Many per- "

of Powell. crowd was present well known in the city, unable to secure a suitable home there sons know of the Silcox family,
Montgomery Advertiser of Tom Sheffield was 'then put upon large Spencer and afternoon shortly for his family. Since that time he which Is quite a large one, and quite
Tuesday contained the following regarding the stand. He said he was sitting in RAILROADS OWN expired'yesterday the home of his has been residing outside of the precinct prominent in the neighborhood near .
at
'o'clock
: a suit brought to recover a chair when K'ng! came out,with the EART"QUAKESINNORT"ERN before 6 Fla. after a linger- but has purchased unimproved Bluff Springs.
shares Of stock in the Moore Ice Factory -gun: that when the shot was fired he son, near Brent, property in precinct No. 12 and is considering I
of this city: grabbed: : King and heard King say: COAL COMPANIESBy ing illness- the plans for the erection of a
"Mamie S. :Moore of Camden Wil-I"Turn me loose; I fixed one and wantto LUZONBy The deceased 89 had reached He 'ad-I I home on the same. He :says he is a EQUITABLE ';
cox suit Witness saId he vanced age Of years. qualified elector of precinct No. 12
county, filed in the Chancery fix the other: Vermont coming to Pens
court of Montgomery :yesterday saw Arrant when he came back but I Associated Press native of ,and taking up his-1[and voted in that precinct in the primaries BE MUTUALIZED
ago
against The T. H. Moore Ice Company could not swear as to his having al Associated Press cola 23 years East Hill where hC| of May 15 and June 12.
and T. 20.-There were a Washington, June 20.Before the residence on |1 1 Since the matter '
H, Moore of Montgomery to pistol. :' ; Manila, June, until the has reached its
recover for the' of earthquakes in northern Luzon Interstate Commerce Commission today lived for many years or stage the opinion
the possession of fifteen The testimony of witnesses 'series Brent present of the city Press.
spars of that Powell and evening, felt most perceptibly General :Manager Robertson, oS family moved to near attorney will be awaited with Associated j t
stock in the defendant cor- defense went ,to show yesterday son and a number of much New York June 21.-The directors I.
the Western Maryland, admitted that He leaves one ::
poration. made some threats or had in Manila. No serious dam- interest by those who are
endeavoring
had
Arrant the Davis relatives, as"well as many of the Equitable Life Assurance Society ',!
his road i owned Coal & other ?
"The bill bags for a pistol done here. to have Alderman D'Alemberte ,
alleges that the plaintiff, started to their saddle age was his death. resign to-day voted unanimously to '
Coke Co.. but was interested in no friends, to mourn
'was a stock holder in the Bright Ice! when the shot was fired. The defense services will be con as well as those who believe he adopt the amended charter provid't
Baumer, ot funeral
other. W. A. comptroller The
Company of Pensacola when thatj: I in summing up the evidence REGULAR REPUBLICANS residence one is legally holding office. of 1 ,
family for the mutualization the >0-
NORTH DAKOTA the Buffalo and Susquehanna, testified ducted at the ing ,
corporation shot at Ar WIN IN.
King
was merged into the made it appear that that his road owned every coal: mile west of Brent, this afternoon at ciety. Thirty directors were presentat :
Moore Ice Company, the business of and that the killing of Powell -
rant ] the line except one. J.. R. 4 o'clock. the meeting. !
whIch plant on FOUR DROWNED BY .
I Press.
1 Associated
is transacted from accidental l By r
Montgoc.ai .- was Chesapeake & Ohio de- The new charter provides, among ) *
the
of f
en' When the merger was effected Judge; McLeod remanded King to Fargo. N. D., June 20.-Returns Cary, his road owned coal Paid Fine of $100.J. other things, that policy holders shall : :
of the stock hoia'ers except the jail without bail to await the action of from yesterday's primary show, that companies.nied that any D Carroll manager of the local LAUNCH ACCIDENT elect 28 of the 52 directors. ;

Plaintiff Were, it is alleged, given the grand Jury. the regular republicans gained a victory of Swift & Co., yesterday paid ,
branch
Block in the new company in eXchange The attorneys for King will sue outa having a vote in the state convention DEMOCRATS NOMINATE into the city treasury the sum oflQO.OO POLICE CHIEF KILLED L.}.
for that they held in the writ of habas corpus and try to get of 348 out of 467. which was assessed:! againsthis BY FORMER OFFICER i '.
Bright Company. The plaintiff's fif- bail for the prisoner.* FOR GOVERNOR, OF MAINEBy company Saturday by Recorder By Associated Press. r'fBy

teen shares were, the bill states, h- VIRGINIA, REPUBLICANS Laney for having tainted meat on Philadelphia: June 20. tBy the cap Associated Press .-,:
sued to her iNsband, C. R. Moore, FOUR K1L1.EO DURING A NOMINATE CONGRESSMAN Associated Press. hand. sizing of'a launch containing six men Lonaon, June 20.-The Jewish! .
and were later transferred to T. H. MUTINY :AT, STATE FARM Bangor, Me., June 20.-Cyrus W. this afternoon, in the Delaware river Chronicle has: received a telegram ::

Moore in payment of a debt. | -, By Associated Press Davis was nominated by acclamation Peabody:Now L L D. near this city, four men,were drowned. from Bialystok saying that the mur. : *
"C. R. Moore and T. H. Moore are By Associated Press I I Roanoke, Va., June 20.-'At Marion today at the democratic' state'conven- Athens Ga., June, 20.-The degreeof The others had a narrow escape. derer of Chief of Police Derkalchef ;p
bothers an4 the plaintiff is the wife New Orleans, June 20.-A special today the 9th district'republican con tion for gubernatorial candidate in the of Laws was conferred on The dead are John Z. W&ld, John S. who was shot and killed on May 30, ,-1-
cr the former, but the bill says she from Arola, La., says that during a' vention nominated Campbell Slemp, September election. All other state Doctor Foster Peabody by the UnIversity :McCann John Hannigan :and Chas. K. was a former policeman. Jews have .':;
.a..s not been living with Mm since. I. Mutiny at .the, state ''convict farm today thepresent Incumbent for-congress officers are appointed by the legisla- George of ,Georgia .to ay. Keenan been accused of the :'?
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t BAGGING FROM IN T THE[ U. S.i iA =V Never are:curable.resign yourself They to are suffer the sign pain.! of> dangerous Women'spains .


conditions( 'the:female organs, which should be

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Will give you comfort on a swelteringday. k Quarter a' Million Yards Coming Orders I Issued to Officers by Department -

When hot and weary, it imparts on the YMha"< for a Birmingham During the:_

vigor and energy "i ii.a Firm Past: Week.. ;

5 c. at soda fountains, and in bottles 5 c. .
I Probably th first ct jute cotton li'ashington, P, C. {Ju.ne 9Q.-The() IT .COMES TO WOMAN'S RELIEF
the following OFcjr have been i lapsed t\
United bagging ever imparted Pensaco'a into is officers of the United'States navy: whenever she suffers from any of woman's biting and weakening pairs
0 States'through Rear Admirals-J. J. Hunker placet\ ] not the to but it follows
4' II Ito be brought hereon. the Spanish It only compels pains stop up and drives cut
Bottled Exclusively by Hygeia Bottling Works, 124 E. Chase St. Phase 587 steamer Vivina, which_ is due to arrive on present the duties retired'at list Newport ana1 to, Rl continue L, ntil -. the cause of the pains, which prevents them from coming. back

.=---L --- --== -'-=-' -==-= >> .' : \in. a.f@w we ki from Liverpool. further orders* B. H. McCalla detached It makes you well.' Try it ..
W'83t'Indian
t ports.
-- via and Cuban
their old home in Broadhead, The of 250,000 duty as commandant Marti Sold. everywhere u? $1.00 bottles.
TARGET PRACTICE i iting Moalack were married la.st Friday. shipment consists: Island yard, placed! on. the retired .
'comes firm in Dundee '--- -
Wis.Mrs. nigHt at the home of the britje's pat' yards and from a list and ordered home; W. P. Day;
F. H. Davis and Miss Minnie ents. Rev. J. 0. Lawrence, of Pine' Scotland being shipped from placed on the retired list. WRITE US ALETTES "WT8QUT A PAIN'
AT DeFUNIAK NorthciUt have gone to Citronville, Barren. performed\ the ceremony. :j I there tp-.1 yerpqq\" \ ,%n.d thence> tp Pen! Captains!. H. Bull} commission; announced freely and frankly,i iq strictest; confidence votes Mary Shelton of Poplar
Ala., for a few ns. "Mr. Lou D\vla; i!j home gain, after. saeala! on the ,steamer Vivina of the ; W. S. Moore detached.:.' Boston telling us ail your symptoms and Bluff, Mo., 'I c,.n do my housework
-.....- .1 Mrs. North i is in Pensacola for a I spending acne time a.t Chipley. i\(Sejra line Tb bjg\ shjpmgt' was yard and ordered home an4 wait troubles. We will send free advice although before taking CARDUI two
two weeks stay with her sister, Mrs.II :Mrs., R, W%Brooks and\ : daughter, purchased by a Birmingham firm,and orders.ICo&imin.. (in plain sealed envetepe), how to doctors had done me no good. i GOOD WORK BY CO. K. AT RIFLE Judge Reeves. Mrs. Essenol '(nee Miss Essie Brooks) wilt be handled.. o Mrs. Landrum and son, C. A., are of Hattiesburg, Miss., are visiting reK that city. : announced A.. B. Capaga d.e- Dept,Iii Chattanooga M&ScfeeCo.: I want every suffering lady to know ctChatkuioogit
PANGE-MEMQR.IAL: \ OF THE I visiting relatives in Tennessee. : atives and friends. I i j I The duty on the shipment of a guar' tached Bureau of; Steam Engineerinband { TenD. this i wonderful medicine."'

ODD FELLOWS, Bud Adani i is haying. an additiqn\ Dr. Dey, of Pine Barren, was a call-:, tef million yards Jim be something (oldened to dutj?: in charge of te.
built to his cotta'ge. er in our town Monday afternoon. i iI j jI over $1,000. .The! importation of cotton p!rtwenQ.f steam' engineering, Bas: -
.- .--. -. ..-.- .. j i I I' Mrs. Lizzie} Joiner died at her home bagging |s sOp1lntl't! as it ton yard; B. T. Walling attached:
Special to The Journal. here early Monday morning after a i? 'generally the case that: it is ex- duty aa commandant naval base Cule- : ." -- ..- ,- -- .-- -

target(DeiPuniak.Springs shooting] by Co., June K. last 20.-At Thurs the BLUFF SPRINGS lingering were and laid painful at rest Illness.at Pleasant Her remains -i I ported. on bra,waiting W. I-, ordered orders.Lieutenant home, and placed- "Neatb the Shade of the Old Apple Tree"

dayFirst: \ Sergt Hope Cawthon made Hill cemetery Tuesday, She leaves 8,1 Commanders.J. (}.
47 (out of a possible 50, he being the devoted i _
son and many. friends to ,
Doyle detached and Sons
best at the 100 yard range. The foj-; mourn her loss.THIRD [ PINE BARREN : Cramps. Is all Is
lowing are the twelve best so far: ship building works and ordered ta right, but takes an Efectric Fan for comfort.
Capt. W. W. Flournoy..........!..1481! Special to Trio- Journal. i I i -- -- the Washington. ; A. H. Robertson detached Electric Work and Supplies of all kinds.
..,... ;: Naval\ Academyand! ordered to
Sergt. Hope Cawthon. .142. Bluff Brings, June O.- Mjsses Qla PRIMARY I
Lieut. ;Moss Flournoy' .,.......",.'..132.and Manila MnPftSkiil i of Nora, went, To The Journal. I the Tennessee; HHj Caldwell; "or, PENSACOLA
ELECTRIC COMPANYPhone
tQ ordnance
of
... I 1 I deed duty as \inspector:
Private Geo. W. 127 to Century shopping yesterday Ping, Barren llll2 Miss Elise I
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IN CALHOUN of Cramps and Sons
Sergt. Gee F. Carden..1l9; Mr. and Mrs. Chas, EtheRdge, of CO at works
; biy .
Cartes, of' the of Mexico, vas the f Nee and Levy and New .York Ship 57Q
Private J, J. Cason.jM.<.,....." .1U. locumb, .Ala,.scent: several day$ $; guest of Mrs. J. 0. Lawrence 1 last Fri I t W.
Building Buchanan
Private L. S. Cl vel md.,.......,",.117'l week with Mrs. M, MeDavid and other, "" day. 'She met with.the, Wpmen's'Missionary ( I Jol.lIanyV; { ::- '!
Corp. W. Hall .. ,.............,1H relatives here. 'I'=j I afternoon ordered ta'duty as i inspector .equip: -- -- -
Private Bob WJnslett..>..........1091 i Mrs. Mollie Archer, of Greenville, Ati8.f'RQ AND' KNIGHT. WILL addressed Soc.gty Friday! and ment a\ Newport News Slip Building\ -
Private Glen Beach.: .1,............105-, Ala. is ,visiting 'her aunt, bins. F, E,!''! 'RUN' FOR COUNTY COM IIS-! {the Methodist an appreciative church'Friday audience nl ht. : Company; CL R. Salisbury detached
the Hancock and orderea1 to duty as
Private Tom ...,.."..? Bond.. : 'I I SIONR-oTHER'RESV.1TS.! She returned to Pensappla,( atujdaymorning. i commandant 4f naval\ basq Culebra, Two Million Hard Burned
Private J. A. :McKinnon..104 :, Mrs Mead Wilson and sops, Frank .
: W. I., also in command of the Alliance ,
Private A. B. Ay ,...,,..... and.Mead. of Penaacela, came
up last! -- -,_. Rev. 4. 0. Ljaw{ence and son, Claud, ; H. r. Norton detached New
The firing was at ran'ges from 100 to Saturday to the\ pienie
; attended state league 1 conference a.t York yard and ordered to Bureau of Brick.
500 yards. Miss Radie Opey! has returned home': Special tA Top journal, Pensacola l last week, Steam Engineering. 0. T. Vogelge-
The local lodge, I. 0. 0. F. had their from Tallahassee, where she has been!i' 'Blountst.<>w June 20. =The primary Mrs. Jake Jernigan; has been, quite sang detached Bureau of Navigationand
memorial services at the cemetery' at school. ; in Calhoun. county resulted; as fol.Lows ill recently. Sne-ia reported better. ordered to the Louisiana.! FOR QUICK DELIVERY AT I3.QQ A
last, Sunday, and, in spite of a Mrs. Alfred Wtelle and children of : The many friends o|'mss W. B.Jer
heavy Lieutenant? E. P. Eckhardt detached THOUSAND r, 0. B. THE KILN.
shower, there was a large turnout Penaacoli, have beep visiting relatives For representative, A. Max Wilson nigan: will be:. sorry"t W l learn that; she Igon the Chicago, ordered home and
music was furnished by a part of here for severadaja, i. over E. .S. Fortune by $4 sicfc .
i
won. out the \ list\ this\ week.OI.iis placed waiting orders; Z.;: H, :Macji
I on
splendid choir of the Presbyterian (Misses Etta and Bessie Taylor of. votes! ; for assessor, A. J..ygod beat I 1auise.dwards. ,"of Pollard\ i?i son detached ,the Franklin and ordered Saunders Mill Company
church. After a short address by the Foshee. Ala., came down last Friday his opponent, B. L. Branch 9 votes; spending< a few days here on her rej- to the Louisiana; G. L. P. Stone ,
Rev, Dr. Baker, the graves. were decorated to visit their sister! lfr?. Will Poug-i for !superintendent of .rfgi trat OJh 0.I I turn home from ,the state, 1 league- C9J!. ordered to the'Franklin; J.-H. Holden PbOIl 717, 21 East .
by three little girl The ser las. I I!A. Bailey 1 laid it on to his opponent ferepce. given additional duty as inspector of Garden Street.ELECTRIC
vice was:: concluded with} an I Invocation) Mrs, Asa LUchfieid. and children pf So votes.: For member of the' school I Ulr- and lifts Jess Walton will occupy ordnance at works of Detrick and

by Rev. Northcutt Quintette, !spent Sunday. with relatives.;( board! in district 1 J. G. Lamb received the residence-fvacated, d by Df. Fin- Harvey, Baltimore Maryland; G. C. .- .. .-- -" ,
There are several new applications here.Mr a majority| one over Wt L. !lay. V- .' .. Day oratered'ta tle, Hancock; F. Mai- -
for membership in Wiley Lodge, I. 0. and Mn.! 'Joe: Wallace have returned o' rran. A third primary js calledin Mr. W. A. Finla? made a flying. trip. tin detached!! \ the Franklin and, ordered
0, P., and they expect to begin work \ to their teme at Atmore, Ala., county commissioner! district No! to. Pensacola Friday. to tie Indiana.= ; I*. tf. 4 Connelly! detached LIGHT
Tuesday.! after 9 week'g! visit! g| Nora, 8. The race is between Geo. L, Hans Mrs. C. L. Wiggins ia visiting relatives the' Indiana and ordered: to
!
Mr. and Mrs.* E. R, Sprague are vis, .)Jr, N11es Douglas' and\ Miss N@lIiej 1 ford, Sr. and Geo.. W. Knight. at Hammaek, A}?., this week. the Bureau of Equipment.Bnsigns .

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-p ----- '- ,0 the Chicago; Q. F. Cooper ordered, to
s .
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n Minneapolis! F. F erse detached
This seems :.a : : .. '. ; : '. tfee Blinoia. pier!! granted onemonths ELECTRIC FANS-More reliable than Gulf
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leave W. W. Oalbraith\ V detached
I. ; Bmzs. and they scatter the mosquitos,
t the Lawton and granted\ onemonths
leave! ; J, S. Abbott ordered We are prepared t tq furnish power for both

t the':Midshipmen-O.Indiana.\ .C. Dodge. ordered. lights and fans> Make your. application at the

'8anOO to the Nev Jersey. genera.1 i office, city
: Medical Inspector J. M". Steele t ordered
.. to the..:Naval Academy
ufgebns-. N. ,Carpenter detach 'PENSACOLAELECTRIC
ea1 Naval Hospital, :Puget Sound,
W s ingtonlnq/ ordered tq Aslast'c! !
EraWe Station; C. D. Langhorne detachfd TERMINAL CO.
Naval Medical School, wa: ington,
D. C. 854 ordered to the Naval Academy -
are inclined to believe that some magazine writers in their anxiety to attract at- ; 0. J. Decker detached the' Ala- PHONE 106
bama and ordered home; C. M. DaYalia -
have d.etached.Naval. !, Recruiting Sta : ., I
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tention to themselves overstated the the - - -
case against meat packers lion, Baltimore, Maryland an.prder-

, I We do not sell meat but believe' in f fair play, and also'in a complete knowledge .by the ed detached to the Alabama Naval" Recruiting; B. Marsteller Station,

St, Louis, Mo., and ordered ta Naval
people, of exactly what they are eating land.Recruiting' Station,. Baltimore\ Mary. ffiAOAKW % } 4r

We have l(Assistant Surgeons:Jl E. Curtis
always printed each and of '
MI on every pkg tetached: the Franklin and ordered, ta
duty at ramp Harrington rifle range, ,
, Wim tl! burg, Virginia; B. F. Jennega
, detached f'hvaetJiea\ \ School,
: WsshingtoHj'D. C., and ordered( to the ; M
Constellation; F. G. Abeken ordered 'r \
it) Naval Recuitjng Station, St. Louts,
CrVPeNVUtSVV..VV: MissogrL! VVr VV\

Pay PjrectQr--S. R. Colhoun detached : :
New York yard' ; ordered, to
settle aeceimts then wait eyders.
Pay Ins p tor--=F. T. Arras ordered
to duty as_ paymaster. New York
Food vard.:
Pa masters=-J. :Breeds detached r

exactly what it is made of and the scores of visitors who pass through our works day as Mare! general Island. storekeeper yard and oraered Pudget te Sound taty
every
yard i If. H. Patljs detached! } Pudgtt 1
I find the Pure Food Factories clean and Sound Yard and ordered home to set
as maiden's fresh
sweet as a white apron The tle accounts then wait orders; P G. > r

food is thoroughly cooked in these factories. from the choicest white wheat and barley the Station Kennard, Great.detached Lakes Naval, North Training Chieao.

I1.} ottered home to settle! eegmU rt The Great liomeIII
sweet offering of the fields. then) wait orders; W. V. H- Rose ordered = I ,
; ',' ta Naval Training Station! 1'1 ,
Great Lakes North Chicago, III; R. "; llj Drink Foi All
Hatton detached the i.abash, ordered. '. >.
to settle accounts then wait 1'1' tr ft
honie pr.tiers
No food on earth gives the same sustaining : ; J. S. Higgins given additional 't1V; Indigestion
duty aj assistant to the general
storekeeper! Pensapela. yard i 'J, W. ,;

wer'fr0111 : ; Horse. ordered to the Wabash. i J. it rr. r ---- I
p meal to meal as Grape-Nuts.p 'Passed Assistant ordered! \ te duty Payraa as terr assist-=-AHoveyKing 1 I ,

ant to the general storekeeper. Ports ;I I,
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mouth New Hampshire. l ara', : '..rrh te great value of a real,
BECAUSEThe Assistant/ Paymaster yf- G., Nejjl
--- detached the Potomac. ; .ordered home .' : .. ine Ginger Ale a
to'settle acceuntg thea wait' Pfl<}er!. : gen as

starchy parts of the:wheat and barley are .changed;.by.moisture and heat to a formof ed'.gqatswalnsH-the Tacoma ,and A. Staple ordered t detach tq t the rIIIedk1'agent l for Indigestion has

sugar required by the human system and almost immediatly absorbed without stress to Independence the Marfeleh.ead; J. C., ordered Rickertts( home detached !; J.- Keen thoroughly and $satisfactorily

S, Crogban orderp! 4''! to the Franklin;

the digestive machinery. Arid again, the certain elements in these grains are incorporatedto J, C.ordered Llndberg tq detached the Tacoma the Franklinand C. Murray proven by Red Rock Ginger Ale.

h V insure rebuilding of the soft gray- matter in the brain .and .nerve centres; to fit one for the detached to the Chicago.the i "Pensacola and ordered This ptalemenl t t is silsteined f % the ,feet
that }
Warrant Machinists.-! i ,!, Brjee detached eminent, ancf tthi&il physicians

: : wearing work of the day. A S.9.f Grape-Nuts and Cream, at each meal supplies t eGO Newport d qty News 3S, Virginia inspector and of orderedto coal! fit enthusiastically r&ommend it
end
.the Arkansas; A. D. Catherwooa1 u&$ it in their practice,
and you can feel it in a ,way that leaves ,no question. It is not stimulation but simply ordered to continue treatment atAiare .

Island Hospital; J. ;B. Martin .
scientific feeding. ordered to the Chicago; Q. T. Brown. On sale ( bottle) at all! poeeries, and< oa draught at soda founts-
ridge detached the' Tacoma and ordered
to' the Mlrwaukee.Qunners. :
V V 'V .H, Rejck ordered \g the
Newark! ;--B, lie.", O' enr'-Warranted t. !.
"There's
:IVI. V V Reason L.Ballard Roll ordered resignation to the accepted gt. Louis to; Q.take F. 'Tradeyppecj!! by CONSOLIDATED" GROCERY CO

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effect July 1. A. W. M. .Wholesale Distributors. Pensacola.




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CQKERTO5ER1E1[R fl .w.l H1 M"DAYID 1STPLEASEB1TH I




I 7 j 1j L SIX MONTHS S BEST [ I SPECrAL BARGAINS UN S SALE .





: INCAMPArtilleryman Fishing aeRie ,1 PANkMA N '

i I I FRIDAY MORNING FROM 9 TO 12 O'CLOCKIOllering

Tennis, Golf. Baseball and Athletic
Goods, the best Phonographs and records -
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Who Forged Checks, Bicycles, thebest, the best Dog Medicine Tires, ,the the ,best best Says that Conditions There are Unrivalled Corset

Typewriters, the best Lock and Key
Pleads Guilty :to Charge ! Wig got "hot" over. the prob- 1 Gas Lamp, and last, but not least file i
-.4. .5 Before'Juijge' Beggs. ; i. best Roller Skates? :' Expected.
lea of mak'ng. good underwear. I j I Why go to gl.OO J. B. Corsets, Brand New and Full Gartered, 69c t

ia he spring in order that you John J. Coker, the artilleryman !I W.; H. McDavid, who left here re- $1.50 J. 0. Corsets Brand New and Full Gartered 85o r
F. B. BRUCE ,
from
Fort Barrancas who last week cently for Panama to take a position .
mitt: keep cool in summer.Here's endeavored: to pat'a number of worthless there in the office of the auditor of

checks into circulation; and who accounts of the canal commission .. ,
,
PENSACOLA FLORIDA These are identically the same styles and qualities as are sold at $1.00 and
the work of monthsand succeeded in passing one for the sum seems to be well pleased with
of $30.00, was yesterday sentenced to Panama, to judge from a letter re- $1.50 the world'over. The manufacturer has made this concession as a compliment -
YOU can be fitted in mo- serve six months in the county con- ceived from him by The Journal to ,
yes the ladies of Pensacola, and, to still further introduce and popu- ; .
vict camp. terday. Mr. McDavid: it will be re-
raents. Yesterday was plea day In the court Marine Grocery Co. rcemfoered resigned his position at larize their lines in this section. After this lot is sold we will not sell another

and e:;ht prisoners, including Coker, the Pensacola yard receivIng
604, 605 S. Palafox St. navy upon pair under the regular prices.In .
We've the kind of Underwearthat I went before Judge Beggs and entered the appointment in Panama, and
p eas of gu'.lty.: O>ker's case was the hone 725. his friends here will be glad to learn
addition to the above we have a few styles of W. B. and Thompson'sGlove
you can keep cool in at $1 I most important, the others being for V. J. VIDAL, Manl er. that he is well pleased.! In the let-
lewdness and similar charges. Coker ter which was written from the City Fitting i Corsets that have decided to discontinue and will l closeout
We full line Imported and
suit to $7.00. when arrested by'the police last week carry a of Panama on the 10th. he says: atTwo 69 con
per up Domestic Groceries and Provisions.We __ _- _
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made no denial that he 'had passed a "I arrived here topVside up with care
worthless check on a bar tender, and want your patrona'ge.PAY Saturday the 9th after a long tedius
of Ladies' and Misses' Hats all l at
also admitted forging some checks, journey, and have gotten my assignment more cases Ready-to-Wear 39

which he could not pass. He entered to duty at the local auditor's price i _. cOne
FOR A PIANO -------- ------ --- ------ -------------- ----- --
pleas on all the counts and yesterday office and for the present will be 10-

received. sentence When has you put like.a piano That's into a propositionthat many a J c ':d in the city, although they arei case of 121-2c Dress Style Ginghams, to go at-_____-. ________ 8 1-2c '.
Meat COntinued' to to
Case i expecting go Empire just as
home. You can have one too. if you
se1White On account of the absence from the soon as suitable quarters can be se
like. This is the Clutter plan.Wouldn't Remnants of White Goods, Table Damask, Ginghams and Domestics on
city of Mayor Bliss, the'case of ArthurW. cured.
I you like to know about it? Bargain Counter for less than cost. '
Davis manager of the Armour & "As far as I have gone everything!
Oo. local plant, was continued< in the Write! or call. is all right; not one-half as bad as
CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE,
recorder's court. He Is charged with what we hear they are, and to make
selling spoiled meats and the matter Pensacola, Florida.CROMANTON matters better, the crowd is con-

will be taken up as soon as the mayor genial. You will please change the .
Barber returns,. as he is one of the princi address of my paper to Ancon Canal
Shop pal witnesses for the city. Zone. Do not put any other addresson
Recorder's Court. it for I am told that anything) T. H. LANNON &
The white barbers, formerly of 35)I Recorder Laney had twenty-five defendants I other than the actual address is conflicting CJ
S. Palafox St., are now located at No. before him in:his court yes- to these bright subjects down
S E. Government St., next to Western here.
terday morning for trial Of this num- .. _
Union. ber three cases were continued, one Journal. "Panama is quaint,'like but I like it I .: _-, ."_c_. ...- -: :: .._ = .: :_ :..:, 'c :c -: .:- __ CH
defendant turned over to the county Special to The never saw anything it before.
"'- autho i!tie's-and fines imposed,amount Cromanton, June 20.. iA. wedding oc- The local address for all Istamian:
COTTRELL ing to $40.50. There were nine or ten curred here on the 15th inst., F. W. employees located in the City of I
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. boys before the court for bathing in Haskins officiating. Mr. Nash, of Panama( is Ancon, Canal Zone." We reEXCLUSIVEAGENTS

Pensacola. Fla. the bay in a nude condition, and a Fresno Oat and Miss Butler were H ROBERTS I
sentence of five days in.jail was imposed united in matrimony after only a Notice Fairchild's awning ad. in the
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in each case, but this sentencewas week or two acquaintance.Mr. "For Sale" column today.
WATCHES AND CUT GLASS suspended provided the defen- Charles Bailey is quite low with
Something Swell in Gold Jewelry.W. dants do not again commit the of- somethin'g like lead fever with other A. M. LfrRRANCA'.S, Special to The Journal.

A. Gahlenbeck 218 S. Palafox St fense. t complications Dr.! McDonald is in VETERINARY' SURGEON, Roberts June 20. Mrs. G. T. But ...for the...
Before Commissioner Marsh. attendance. PHONE 491.H ler of Beaumont, Texas., is visiting
Commissioner Marsh heard argu- Mr. and Mrs. T. J. B. Manger celebrated her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ml c- .
TURTON &. BELL. ments yesterday afternoon in the case their twentieth marriage anni- key for a few weeks. .
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. of H. G. Fondsworth, steward of the versary June 15' by inviting some of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Fleming have W. L. DOUGLAS SHOE

Kodak Supplies. Finishing lor Amateurs.R. American: schooner Elizabeth T. their friends to a bountiful dlnner.Al! I H BAGDADSpecial I I returned to Escambia after spending:
Doyle, in a claim for seaman's wages seemed to enjoy the occasion exceptMr. a few weeks with their parents Mrs.
from that vessel to the amount of Manger, who appeared quite bash- Flemin-g and Coker. Mr. Fleming was UNION MADE.

K: WHITE $61.50. The case was decided in favorof ful for one of h-s: age ((85). absent on account of sickness. ;
the. plaintiff and certified to the Railroad prospects are brighteningup Wie are glad to learn that Mrs.
,
Watchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler and Gradual circuit court. every day. Land hunters are becoming to The,Journal. Tennant is convalescing after an illness
Optician. S. Palafox Street Pensacola Fla./ An Interesting Case. numerous and land has begunto Bagdad, June 20.i> The dance whichwas of several months durationMrs.
Judge Nlchelsen had an: interesting change hands. It is'now rumoredthat given by the young men of Bag- ( Knight and..children of New A Iii

.case before him in the justice of the the Steel railroad has made com- dad was very much, joyed. Orleans, are visiting Prof. and Mrs.
Tersely Told peace court yesterday. If was that of plete arrangements with the Leath '''Bagdad is growing every day and J. M. Tate. L Xt'.r s=
I Harry N. Myers charged with tres- heirs to locate the terminal in the it is stated that we will soon have a Miss Esther Thatcher has returned ?

passing. From' the evidence It woulJ cove known as Bunkers Cave. We newspaper. from a visit to friends in Cottage
w. L. Sessons, of Bonifay, was' seem that Myers had given the cus hope it is true, as no better locationcan There was a quietr home wed:ins t"Lfr\\
among the business viators to the tody of 'hI$ child to Mrs L. Finney! be had on the main land. here Sunday when :Miss Sallie NichOlson Hill.Mrs.. C. A. Ward of Gull Point visIted ,: .
city yesterday. his mother-in-law and in doing so Gasoline-launches are getting:quite' and Mr. Martin Lewis were her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. .
made no stipulation that he was to numerous now, but 'gasoline belongs happily jojned to gether. Brown last week.
W; F. Graves, a prominent timber come to see the child afterwards. Be to the oil king and water won't burn.It Mrs. Harman was called, to her Prof. J. M. Tate has been very ill : v ,
dealer of DeF business.unlak, was in the cityyesterday I visited: the home of Mrs. Finney on takes ready cash to turn the king's home Tuesday on account of Illnessof for the past week. ..
on West Roinana street upon several occasions faucet. Boys, try ash oil a while her mother. Her many friends Mrs. Coker and family went to Mo.David
The tug John L. Inglls with barged i and was finally ordered to remain longer. hope to see her back soon. Satu'rday'to attend 'the birth-
Xo. 13 in tow, laden with coal, put to'' away as he was not wanted. He Capt. Robert Studebaker reports Mr. and Mrs. McCurley made a day reunion of her father, Mr. ..L
sea yesterday, bound for Port In'glis. persisted in paying visits, and com the sale of his new schooner Martha- flying trip to Pensacola :Thursday.Mrs. Diamond, who is- "93 years of. age.
Mr. plaint was made to the city authorities Lillian, that was launched a few Smith returned Saturday last !Etev. Countryman filled his regular ,
and Mrs. E. E. Douville left yes-I I
terday for the north and east where) with the result that he was arrested weeks ago, to Mr. Bert Wire, of St. from a visit with relatives and appointment at'the Baptist church
.
I' in the Andrews.Mr. friends Muscogee. Sunday. i
but recorder's court he .
they will spend the remainder of the ,
The people of Bagdad to .
was discharged. An affidavit was E. Mosher sold some land last expet airs. Lucy Wilson and children
summer. I then made In the county; courts, and week to Texas parties. have a big: celebration on. !July .4th. have returned to their home in Geor- C,
Mrs. M. E. Thomas, who has been the trial yesterday resulted in h's being The Tarpon broke down on her out gia accompanied by her mother Mrs.
taking care of the children of L. K.I : held to the criminal court for ward trip last week and is on the' AN ODD BIRD. Mitchell. I.j

White since their mother's death, trial.Emma ways again for repairs: ; The celebration of Mr. R. M. Flem Just received, One Thousand Pairs, all styles, all leathers. ,1- ;
has been called to the bedside of her* Anderson and Lizzie Till- Peaches and figs are on the market The Kiwi of ?few Zealand lint Some ing's fifty second anniversary Sun
daughter, Mrs Ira D. Reaves, ofi man. colored, were also arraigned in and waterme'ons will soon be here. Remarkable Peculiarities. day June 17th was an enjoyable We Have Your Size, 1
Quincy who Is seriously Ill. this court yesterday upon the chargeof The second primary is a thing of: That queer bird, the kiwi, is a native I event. Those present were the

The big British steamer Magician: I lewdness: Both waived examination the past with a very light vote. Wedon't :{I i of New Zealand. remarkable. peculiarities I children Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Fleming VVSI: : ; E NJx:
vent up to the quarantine station' and were held to the criminal like the primary system as con-, are, first, the apparent ab- of Goulding! Mr. and Mrs. H. H. .
'
court. ducted in Florida. :We' think the Fleming of Escam'bia, Messrs.\ :James
Tuesday!ained for night, where she is being de-. state and counties should pay all the i. jence of wings, as the plumage so and:)!; Aiden Fleming, of Pensacola, "Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back." \ 4\ \
fumigation and inspection.She covers the small, rudimentary, stick. .
and their daughter Amelia. Others
Tf knew the value of Chamberlain's expenses.
j is a large vessel, being of about you like appendage of a wing that none present were Mr. G. Fleming of Mo- Bulldlng.\\ \\ V '
j.OOO net tons. Salve you would never wish to 29 S. Palafox, Next to New Brent
he without it. Here are some of the Unknown Friends. whatever is apparent. The situation lino his mother Mrs. Miller and Mrs .
The teams of schools No. 2 and No. diseases for which It is especially There are many people who have. of the nostrils at the bill's extremity Parker and children of this place. : \ Ii.1i

SO, composed of small boys, p'ayed a Suable: Sore nipples, chapped used Cham'ber.ain's Colic! Cholera j I Is a second peculiar feature. While Mr. Hawthon and son are visitingMrs. :.;:. "01; ::. _-:-; t'i'f.. ....._.t; .w..;;; '** ,.j: =..:"""" _..F,;::::. lICE
came: of baseball yesterday after- hands burns, frost 'bite! ?," chilblains; and Diarrhoea Remedy with splendid: | hunting for earthworms it probes tte T. J. Coker this week. Orc ox Your
noon on the diamond near Butcher chronic sore eyes itching piles teeter resu'.ts: but who are unknown because; soft ground, making a continual snuffing 'Miss Lillie Staples, of Pensacola
Pen wh'ch resulted in a score of 30 salt rheum and eczema. Price. they have hesitated about giving a!! sound. Thus the scent is evidently ,. spent Sunday with her -parents returning C() and WOOD

to 15 in favor of the No. 2 team. 25 cents per box. For sale l by all testimonial of their experience for j I of great help In finding food and ,the Sunday nightTraining :from tlao

Sol Cahn has leased the vestibuleof druggists.A publication. These people however,i reason for the position of the nostrilsI I CDlJumers' Ice and FUel Company.
the new Brent building and will are none the less friends of this rem-I quite apparent. a Dog. .
tab'isn there a cigar and newstand'to LARGE NUMBER TO TAKE edy. They have done much toward j A. third peculiarity Is the very dispro- A dog understands "yes," and Is Oflce-Cor4r CbaB ;And Tarragon Phone 29.VICTOR .

be known as the Imperial Cigar i MODERN WORKMEN OBLIGATION making it a household word by their,|, portionate size of the egg in comparison I Ii equally competent to grasp the "no."

Store. It will contain a public tele-1 personal recommendations to friends to the bird, it being a little less t! Outside of that be is all dog and follows ---- -
Phone The final orfanlzatf; n-of the Modern and neighbors. It is a 'good medicine
i
and when the winter season i than one-fourth the bird's own weight his dog ways. He indulges In no !
Workmen of the World will take to have in the house and is widely! i THE
opens he I II
will install a public stenog- One kiwi's egg found weighed four- j mental refinement and will not comprehend I .
rapher place Friday nlgrbt. .JUne 22, In O'd known for its cures of diarrhoea and, SAFES
there. The place is go'ng to ]I teen and one-half ounces while the j of changes of mood :
your
I many
j be> one Of the moat attractive Armory hall :.at 7:30. The charter all forms of bowel trouble. For sale 1
and best
bird weighed just under four pounds undertake to
I mind. Whatever
or you
will be held opfei few all druggists. I IG4
located in the a days longer. by i
city and' Mr. Cahn is
fOrtunate in taking of sod! All wishing' "to Join the order (sixty-four: ounces) and was about the I teach make it plain, simple and un This safe was awarded the i
advantage THE 0. R. C. PICNC! size of an ordinary hen. changeable. It is a pity that be must
ane an opening i should do so before the charter closes, REMEMBER I grand prize at the
iI as medical {examination'! may bet avoid: ON JUNE 28, AND BE PREPARED The plumage of the kiwi is a dull be taught not to jump up on people World's Fair, and although II of today is exemplifiedin
Absolutely I ed and reduced' rates secured TO ENJOY YOURSELF. jn9tf brown streaked with light gray and and compliment them with his ca ; inexpensive,: it is
Goes twice
pure. as"
Are Blue: Lemon and Vanilla The M. W. O. W.. is the laboring the. body resembles a miniature hay I resses. He means well but must be the best safe made.. the Qualities of the
man's friend. Escambia Lode!! No. 15, F. &. A. M. shock rather badly backed off at the disciplined' sternly Into knowing thatit

REMEMBER THE 0. R. C. PICNC! H. R. WENTWORTH, \t fc Special' communication of,.rear part as nature has not providedthe I I is not good form under any circum We Keep Them i in Stockand Headache Remedy.BROMOVIN. .'
ON JUNE 28, AND BE PREPARED Organizer.: i Escambia Lodge No. 15, F. &i kiwi with such decoration as a tail stances. The discipline need not be ac-
TO Office hours. 8 to 11 a. m. and 2 to G A. M.. will be held Friday I II I
ENJOY YOURSELF. Jnl9tf j The absence of wings is compensated j companied by any severity. A light can give you! Just
at 7:30
8:30 p. m. evenuig, June 22, ] for its swiftness of foot and thelarge !
by I touch with a whip, if applied invari- what you want or 'Jf we
TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.1! 776.Room 1. Old Armory HalL Phone o'clock.! brethren Work in fraternally F. C. degree.invited.Vis-' clumsy looking legs, A-hich\ an j[| ablywill soon settle the matter. Some haven't got what you!want Quick, Certain, Agree-

''I'WO-CIt.UR BARBER SHOP doing'' I,I tang C. D. BUYER, sometimes used as weapons, are placed ;j j kennel men adopt the plan of stepping we can order it for; .you able and Harmless.For .
business far back on the oddly shaped body.- I lightly on the hind foot and it is perhaps and save you money.'Dropus
of $200 per month. Ad-,I Notice! Fairchild's awning ad. !in the W. G. DAILEY, W. M.
dress Barber care Journal. "For Sale" column today. Secretary. St Nicholas. I j jI i the clearest way of conveying the a postal. Sale byWhite's
I I .
== Green Food For Chick I I idea. Outing Magazine. Wm. Johnson & Son Inc. PharmacyPALAFOX

c"_ ..._ c' e_ __ c It is advisable to let the chicks have ,
'co____ -__ ._ .. .. _.. dO .. ___ __ c_.' access to green feed at all times. Fine 1 Glory is like a circle in the water, Incorporated. STREET.
ceaseth to enlarge itself iG
which f
never Manufactured by
:: clover hay cut with an ordinary cutter ,
excelLEnt! and also makes a good litter i till by broad spreading It disperse t, VAN ANTWERP & SON, .

I THE SOUTHERN HOTELMRS. |f' to scatter the feed in. It is best I naught-Shakespeare. Escambia Pressing Club Mobile, Ala.Charcoal.

however, to glve.the last food at night j I

.,.F. BOWEN, PROP. on a clean board, letting the chicks eat I Dyeing, Cleanng! and Pressing of
all they will and then removing the gentlemen's and ladies' CI} thlng. Club
OPEN ALL THE YEAR. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. board At other times care should be !'! TO BOIL rates only $1.00 per month. We call

... taken that they be kept hungry or at ; coffee only brings out the dan for and deliver all work. No... 9 E. '
least sufficiently so to be eager to eat ous caffein but to boil (full Intendencia. .
SPECIAL SUMMER RATES when fresh food is offered them. 15 minutes) WALTER MAULTON & CO., Props. received
Selix's Old Stand.. We have just a

I fine stock and will de- .
Profitable Colt. very
Pleasant Convenient Comfortable. Quisin Excellent ;
,
A colt If he is worth keeping at an I P08TUM I t&at liver orders promptly in any
T 11r8EE i
Sell/lc Upto-Date; ought to sell for'enough as a three- Dr WeoHifsPAIKLESS users, of morph// I!amount.
year-old to pay for his keep, and If he opl m, lalidaDfllP: I
full' of
out the strength
If call in should happen to turn out a crackerjack brings eliJlfofoplllm.coI', .I', Telephone 363.SEWELL.
postal or
you will call up phone 490 drop us a person, ture's healthful grans: and

the price be would sell for wouldbe (large book of particulars )
makes a delicious beverage.Get PIU oa home or
we will be glad to give you rates for either rooms, board or both. a small fortune to an ordinary IAII.torllllll trea.
farmer, and more than one mortgage the little book, "The meot.ldaressDr.a r
has been lifted by such a sale.-Horsa Road to Wellville; ," in pkgs. B. .aL 'WOOLLCT' Woodand Coal CompanyTHE
Breeder. Whiskn Lura t i: :'

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public printing remains to be seja: I f -- Good blood, good health;: bad UNIVERSITYOF

iV hi' imjaloIaIfonf.al but it is Record.to be hoped It wllL-St. Augustine -. ; ii iiSpecial blood,bad.health; there you.have

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'," Bigger t -day Than a ?as Ever, I BEUtAH I GoodWill- Bt 00' little i it. Why and not change help the nature bad to j just the a OF NORTH CABOLINA


,. -Wv--- __ ___. .fuJ JUi.rui.rtn.. rJ Bryan, twice defeated, ,!stands Irtia j good? Bad blood to good blood ; poor blood to rich blood! Ask your doctor 1789-1906

? a rock for the'principles for which he -- how this. applies to Ayer's. Sarsaparilla, and how it applies to you! Could Head of the State's Educational s
DAILY. WEEKLY. Journal. _'_ vl W.have MereU! .W. pnblliJ* J.C.AytrCo., *
SUNDAY. overwhelmed.The .to The ; no tern. *
was denounced an-a! any oe more tairr the f0rmui.. Or 8n OTTmtdiaiie Lowell. M...-
people are beginning ,to see that Beulah. June 20:-There will be a
DEPARTMENTS.Collegiate
: PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY he was righ't-that he is right He,isa meeting at the Baptist church Sun .

"- bigger man to-day than he was in <&y next at 10 a, m. to arrange for Engineering
t- .- ...BI ... 1S9& or in 1900. iMontlcello News. the Fourth' of'July' picnic.: All who Graduate, Law',

.* are interested please attend. The various Medicine, Pharmacy
i THE JOURNAL COMPANY. Damaged Orange Crop.S. committees will! be namE>:l' and ,

: -- -- A. Edwards has .returned, to tie a program decided on. We need help The Glorious Fourt Library contains 43.000 volumes NW
everYb'dYworks waterworks electric
city from Thonotosassa, where' he his and want to see to-it-that lights, cen-
FRANK L. MAYES President and General Mannger. been for the past several days look but father). tral heating system.ew
an"informal ga.ther.ng dormitories,
There was gymnasium
41. r VL J n rJtJlJvtruar.nn.nnnr flWflVX S ing after his orange grove. He reports '
I to the' Herald that, due to the of the friends and neighbors of Mr. be fittingly celebrated this yearly the? Y. M. C. A. building.
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. and Mrs. James Snowden last .Sunday
in 682 STUDENTS. 74 IN
dry weather the orange groves the r : FACULTY,
evening at their home near
A..rLutu1Wur.ruLww wl WW that vicinity have been greatly dam The Fall term
be'gms
aged. He says he was under ,the impression camp. The evening was very pleasantly Sept. 10, 1906. Address
both
SUBSCRIPTION with
RATES. and
profitably passed
that he would only have of ColumbusWho

One Year.................$5'00 One Monta....... ....'... 45 about 6,000 boxes of oranges,. but the vocal and instrumental music, with Knights FRANCIS P. VENABLE. Presidey\

Six Months.............. 2 50 One \Vek..e lft yield will he aibout half that.amount Miss Eva Water at thes organ TIWevent Chapel Hill. N. C.

Three Months..... ....... 1 25 WeekJr! Edition, per year. .$!, Of -Tampa :? closea1 with a discussion of the -
eral&S S S packing house scandal.! All agreed will give a Grand Picnic -
wnJutwru MS tJt IS Lt- WflJWUJWtLt WWfltWThe
that Florida dressed meat was good
A Good Excuse.
Only Penaacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed enough for them and that the delectable Report of the Condition of
The east coast Is' shipping pineapples ham
mess called potted
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. heavily and"it js estimated that should be tabooed in the future. Wednesday July 4 1906: The American National BankAT
,
-nt WUWJWfluWtnnn-n tnjt JWn Jflm tLWLEUL JWfl flLPfL flWW' the crop in that section will reach Mrs. Lizzie, Donaway who at Pres"ent'is -

400.000 crates. The pineapple has I staying with her grandmother AT ELECTRIC PARK PENSACOLA

Offices, 108 and 110 East Papers on Saleon Trains about disappeared from this sectionnot Mrs. Ray of Bayou Moccasin was a ;JX THE STATE OF FLORIDA VT

Government. Phone38.P' and at all NewsStands. fruit because to perfection we could, but because not raise some-the Pensacola. Charles visitor Barrineau Tuesday.Mr. was the We want all to come. You will THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS.

;- .. _..,_ JUNE 18 1905
lIiI _161 thing always seemed to be wrong guest of his sister Mrs. James Snow- ,
with the markets or the commission den last Sunday .returning to ts have the time of your life -

PENSA.COILFLORIDA, THURSDAY MORNING JUNE 21, 1906 houses at the other end'of the line.- home at Quintette way of Musco- Resources.Loanunddi.seounts .
On arrival of 3 o'clock address
Tampa Times. car a patriotic
gee Monday morning. tU8jcf:
Senator the Arabs' knew a thing or two. Mrs. Mc bel Sutton and son Kyle will be delivered by the Hon. W. A. Blount, Jr. Overdrafts.secured and unsecured
Mallory on after few isitl to the homes io.4.,
THE JAW AND THE TEETH. a cSys
"Denatured alcohol, as the further U.S. bonds to secure circulation. 175.. ,
Drainage of Everglades.The name somewhatvaguely indicates, cf Mrs. Thomas Barrineau and Mrs.::; At 3:30: o'clock, match game of base ball be- U. i. Bonds to secure U, S. Deposits '?
i alcohol which has been What May Happen It We Continue !l&mes Snowden Have return*! to '.-. -"M'lij" !

Joint resolution with refercae means through a process by which It is rendered put- fling. Soft Foods. their home at uscogEe.: tween two of Pensacola's crack teams, the winning Ouier Bonds...to secure..U.. .Deposits : a0.fcW.H .

|to a government survey of the Flori -I poisonous and hence unfit for The teeth are really appendages of Miss Teddy Hanua of Quintettewho Premiums U.bonds IWIK!

:a. Everglades, reported to the senate -!use as a basis for intoxicants.or for the skin, and not of the skeleton, as is making her aunt Mrs. James team to receive $25.00 in silver. Due Furniture from and National fixtures &j & ,

favorably by Senator Frazier for use in patent medicines. people generally believe. The Jaw Is Snowden an extended'visIt, has Just At 5 o'clock the field : Banks (not reserve i
': I The removal of the internal tar on formed In accordance with the necessity returned from a short vist: at the sports begin Agents) .$38,81324
the Committee on Agricimure and Mrs. Mary Due from State banks
'aunt
of
the making of it reduces the price 01 for providing a hold for the teeth- pleasant home her- Catching the pig. and bankers.... .............. 16&s: 08
Forestry; as reported In The Congressional Earrineau. greasy
such denatured alcohol from $2.50 to > Due from approved reserve -
that !is, If there were no teeth to come, the ......... .....
little Miss was
Record, is as follows: 2-5 cents a gallon, and is done in the Jetiie Busty '. agents. 114,547S
the Shoe
jaw would grow differently, and guest of hexgrathima Ray at Bayou mixing race. Checks and other cash
interest of the arts and sciences, .
Resolved, etc.. That the Secretary particularly would not hare |its present shape. The Items U.K4S3
I Moccasin one day/ihis! week.
tof he is with a vew to furnishing Exchanges for cleaning -
Agriculture be.and hereby,
t cheaper light fuel transportation.. jaw is not an i independent part, as It 1 iMiss Lizzie Sowdei has gone to .- Hurdle race, and many other sensational 2SSSS4
authorized and directed to cause a ani .3 .
I would like to be; It has to form itselfto Quintette for an extended visit with Notes of other Nation
.
survey of the Everglades of Floridato The advocates of the measure have : al bunk. 50000
be made, with a view to ascertain- predicted many marvelous things for accommodate tenants with which relatives and friends. 1' sports.All : Fractional paper currancy,

I j ling and determining the feasibility the future under the new regime. It strictly speaking, It has no ties of kin- Mr. J. A. 'Fisher, Jr., and of familv home, winners will receive valuable prizes. nickels, and MOXBT cents R-.-.. .... 73880LAwnrr
of Millview, were the
1 probable cost of reclaiming andj is contended that its use as a substitute -: dred. guests BEHVE:IK BASK,viz::
j: draining said Everglades for agricul-- for gasoline will reduce the cost' The use of soft foods decreases the folks last Sunday. Mr. Fisher has Beu-anew At 8 o'clock grand prize dance begins, 50 Specie..111.41053 I

1 tural purposes, ana' also to cause an of running automobiles to a very size of the teeth, and they will ulti- house nearly complete'S in Legal demotes ten-........ 26.155 OC- .565 50 I,
examination of the soil in said Everglades large extent; that it will supplant I mately disappear, unless we make lah which he expects to occupy in. the couples taking part, winning couple to receive Redemption fund with i iC.
near future. S. Treasurer (&% !
with a view to determining its kerosene for lighting purposes; thatIt more use ot them.
Miss Lizzie Waters who has been of circulation). 8,753(KM230 2TrTotal !J i
$10.00 in
quality and adaptability and probable: will be used'for heating our houses; As there does not seem to be any fa a gold. -
quite sick with bilious fever
: productiveness when reclaimed and that it will revolutionize the makingof likelihood of a change In our habits, Sl. SUt i.7 I
better and will
deal soon
great
now
devoted to agricultural smokeless powder, etc. !
purposes. we must expect to lose them in course be restored to health, which will be Liabilities.
Sec. This is but causual list of the !
a
3.
That the of
S'Um $10,000 Grand Fireworks 10 o'clock. -
I be, and Is hereby' appropriated, out I many things which it Is expected will of time. Then the jaw will assume gratifying news to her many friends. Display at C.1pitalstllck.paid w. ? a)':OOOO i
probably another shape Further, the I Plenty of work with. a scarcity of Surplus iMljUto
be the !
of any money in the Treasury not accomplished by general use Undivided proflis less expenses
otherwise appropriated, for the of denatured alcohol. A reduction gums might disappear, for there can free labor at the Star Turpentinecamp and Uses paid............ ....... 1 K55m!
pose of carrying out the requirements pur- from 2.50 to 25 cents a gallon is be no use for them after the-disappearance seems to be the rule Just now, Reduced rates on all railroads. Electric cars will i National Due to other bank National notes outstanding li 8i.wvj !

of this resolution, and that said sum quite a slump and it is easy to ,be of the teeth. the higher wages paid at other public run every half hour. I bankg................. $127,52490
of (10,000 or so much thereof as maybe seen that it will readily come Into The loss & the teeth makes the lips work causing the men to go where Due to State banks and
.
necessary be reserved from the very general use 'for the purposes to fall In, and brings us near to the Punch they can get the most for their labor. bankers to Trust Compa- 83S7042Dae

sales of puiblic lands in the State of which it is adapted. 'form of face! We find it Impossible to The commodious residence of Mr. H nies and barings
Forbes at the- is nearing completion Banks............... IMSiS
The, law into effect with tamp ?
Florida ana! paid into the Treasury ot new goes pronounce sounds, such as t. d, sh, ch. Dividends Unpf id..... 120 00
the United States in lieu of the beginnIng the new and will soon be ready for oc L. C. Smith &Bro'sTYPEWRITER
I any portion : year. The change of face, so to Bay, will certainly Individual deposits sub-
of the $10,000 hereby appropriated cupancy. _, jeclto check......... 775,7103:!
] lead to modification of
a the
for the In the face of the protests of the Mr. P. C. Dawkins is the proud pos Time certificates of de- .
designated by '
purposes '
.
tongue, and this In turn to the inability deposit ,: S3Certiflei
this resolution. I' American people the senate seems to to other sounds. sessor of a finematched pair of driving ,I checks........ 5,400 tt>
pronounce
.- Sec. 3. That the Secretary of lack nerve enough to bring the Isie have horses.undoubtedIy.4separated Thexv.are good that ones gentleman and Write For Catalogues. i Cashier's standing.checks.......out...... 81295 !
: ,
Agriculture to Congress at
report as '
United States 5047863 t
early a day as possible the result of of Pines issue to a focus. Monte Dytpepiia. from a goodly portion of his v L S. BROWN PENSACOLA FLA. I, Deposits of U.deposit S. disbursing

.. taid surveys with such recommendations -'l The ultimate cause of atonic dyspepsia wealth. j jI officers... .. 24, 20 02-IiI.-: '.'S f

I as he may think proper to I Wonder the world doesn't tip up a is constitutional depression. It Christiana infant daughter of Mr. I Notes: and.bills rediscouated a ''.)

make. little on this' side, with Mr. Bryan. may be due to overwork, and especially and Mrs. A. H. Bailey; born April 30, : i
I I Total..... .....................
f. to prolonged worry.. Sometimes the 1SD8, died June 15th, 1806. Tie little $1,11S1rt( ;
Senator Mallory, after stating, in i the Longworths and John D. Rocke- eedhavenoterrorsfor you I
dyspepsia is the erst manifestation of one had .been a constant sufferer STATE OF FLORIDA,
I feller the other. WA'S H DAY
rt'plyto a question by Senator Gal- &J on I tubercular poisoning. Again, there since- birth but-: |the.- anxious mother if you send your washmgto COUKTT OF ISCAXWA. {161 i iI.
: !linger, that the estimated area of the: had hoped with"all the faith of fond 3!. E. Clark, cashier of the ar Ie :
a
seems to be an inherent failure of the ,, :
Trouble is brewing in Atlanta. The The New Method Laundry ;Qed bank, do solemnly swear thaI."
,
i Everglades. was about) 2000.000 acres, digestive Once established, mother's love that the little! one wouldbe above statement is true to the best 01: -..f ;,
J- cooks there threaten to' go on strike organs. spared to herrTnit that not to PHONE JIBS E:. W. LAWRENCE:, Prop No.8 WEST ROA:' Sf knowledge and belief.
had the following to with was II
reference
say dyspepsia Is, in turn the cause of loss M.E.CLAR;{,
July 1.Ship. be. Her precious light went out and
r- to the measure: of strength, or'mental inertia and.vIsceral Cashier.
she passed on to the arms of one who Snbscnbed and aworn before me thi -vi
:
.: The measure does not propose that: canals to be all the weakness. Some degree of simple has said "Suerlittle children and I ;N. #.I+ .", day of Jane 1906.
,
the government shall drain it, but seem rage anaemia is,almost: inevitable. The forbid them not to for JNO PFEIFFEH
unto Me
: ana1 Florida is right In the swim. come JUST RECEIVED, ONE SOLID CARLOAD OF WINDOW' Notary PutI1.
simply; to ascertain whether it is exciting cause may be an Illness of any such is the kingdom of Heaven." In- J GLASS, My commission expires Sapt. 12, It,07. :

% feasible for drainage. The Ever- kind, the excessive use of tea, coffeeor terment was in Beulah cemetery June ONE SOLID! CARLOAD OF CARY'S MAGNESIA ROOFING, 2000 Correct. Attrst:
gl3 ctes are subject to overflow from i- other beverages, the lack of 16 the services being conducted C W. LAHAR iFRAK
proper by
..' Lake Okeechobee. Lake Okeechobee WHITE CEDAR POSTS. EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEBUILDING. K:REILLY, >Director
ts&s NEWS AND VIEWS food some error In habits of eating Rev. Shelby. The bereaved parents H. 1..CoTINGTOr, )
1s a large lake, some 40 miles long *
Often have the sincere of
it is not discoverable. sympathy the
and 40 miles wide. It overflows annually tFROM STATE PAPERS. i tire community.Did en. Phone. 11. H. G. DeSILVA. & CO.

and floods the Everglades and 1lo Report of the Condition of
.: makes them uninhabitable. Whether HANGED TO MUSIC -Sw


--- the c&limed lands is are a mooted drainable question or can, and be re-it The "Poet Laureate.-" Doomed Man San","l Want to Be aaAagel' A North Not Carolina Violate congressman Order. tells -- -. ._- --.- The_ __ First_ __ National.__u ..__ _Bank____

has not been settled. The authorities Judging from all accounts Col. Thos. With the Crowd. of a visit to a court in his native state AT PENSACOLA,

: ol .the State of Florida have been con MdBeath the brilliant editor of the "In the early days of Wyoming, where public business was nearly Interrupted ;JN THE STATE OF FLORIDA. AT

.\ jidering it for some time, and they FlorWa School Exponent, deserves to when there were but a few churches by the cracking of peanut RUNNING RACES !
are contemplating making an effortto be dubbed the "poet laureate of the THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS.
and many infractions of law shells, for most of the
& man spectators seem-
drain them; but there really has )JLand of Flowers."HPalatka Times- JUNE 18, 1906
Herald. of the name of Barstow who never ed to be eating the toothsome "goo
I_ been no survey made and nothing to
'4 determine that the project is feasi S knew fear and was a devout Christian, ber." Finally the'judge lost his temper FRIDAY Reeources.Loans '
AFTERNOON
'f'jJ ble., Only an Unfortunate. was elected to tie office of sheriff," and announced that he would fine the AT KUPFRIAN'S PARK.

-/ Senator Mallory said! further, inanswer In Ocala Sunday morning one of said a citizen of that state. "Soon next peanut cracker $3.:$ All was quiet Overdrafts and,discounts secured.and unsecured 11,404,71310

if the "West End" houses was totally after Barstow entered upon the duties for a while wben suddenly came a : .. 4313m \
to
a question propounded bySena.tor destroyed'by flre. In one of the of his office loud pop. The offender was brought U. 8.bond to secure circulation. 2u0.uU0
a
man was convicted fora ..
fi-emium U.8.bonds 10)Oto w
that he Races
Gallinger dIdnotbe-. upper rooms, where the fire was sup- capital crime, before the bar reprimanded and fined. Begin at 4 o'clock Bonds,securities,etc. 56, S5i

-- Usre an appropriation for the purpose posed to have originated one of th? "The fact that there was no minister "Your honor," began the man in a Banking..house.,furniture. .and fixtures 8.00000 i

of draining the Everglades 'wtrald be unfortunate women was burned to within reach preyed upon the mind of tone of humble apology, "I did not Otherre leat-ateowned.... ...... IJ.'ttiW: !,

med in event the government determined death. Were it possible to bring to the sheriff/-who undertook mean to offend against the dignity of BETWEEN Due from National, !
supply TWO
light the facts connected with the THOROUGHBREDS Banks (not reserve ;
that the project was feasi--: affair there Is no telling where the the lack by holding an. hour's Bible the court. I heard what your honor Agents) .. J7U5S29 :

ble. He expressed the opinion that. responsibility might fall But nobody reading In the condemned man's cell said about not popping peanuts, and Due and from bankers.State.banks................ 82.P0383 ;:

jo'!>.. ultimately the lands would go to the I cares. Only an unfortunate, degraded and praying with him. As the time Indeed, sin. I did violate the court "Chocolate Dropowned Due from approved reserve ;
r, i orCer." by Raymond agents.............. 2S9IMil i
for
burned alive
outcast, -and the hanging
we are
state ot Florida, in fact would go to approached Barstow Checks and other cash
":- too busy with foreign missions to became pwesesseci with the fear that "What in thunder, then," roared the Waters Items........,. 6,14915
f the state now if they had been eurveyed bother with this triv4al atrair.Cry.sfal ; he had not acquitted himself of the Judge, "were. you doing to produce that against Sleepy 4Sam/ Notes of other.Nation.

but, of course, could not go to River News. Infernal disturbance if it wasn't peanuts al banks 6.9JOOO
spiritual ,
i the state under present circumstances. him and responsibility devised devolving upon ?" owned by W. C. Crow* Fractional nlckelsandcents.paper currency........ 101 86

\ Mr. Mallory then contin- People Will Uphold Him. was new and unique.a programme After the victim that "May it please your honor, it was a j LAWFUL casTs is MOSIT J3ig,'B:1Z-;:
TTo&ek: papers that were so loud, ..
: pecan. Specie............ J58,08153
tied

:r: Unfortunately: we in Florida are that just, the after legislature the primary elected, In would shouting be of the the platform law's mandate and everything was placed was upon In At this the judge nearly fell out of $500 PURSE FOR WINNER Legal dernotu.ten..43.432.00-102,49350

his chair, and the crowd Indulged in Redemption fund witti
in
situated exactly the readiness the
opposite position -against Go'Broward's "Everglades sheriff prayed long and U. 8. Treasurer (5% ---
!\. .from what they are in the scheme." have now about come to the I fervently. Then he called for some one roars of laughter. of circulation). D.MJOON.f'ftTotal. %

i. Vest But the principle is the sarnt. conclusion that they might have to to start a hymn and a man near the "My frie-nd,1f said the Judge, all ill ADMISSION 50 ............ .............. '-2,41lOJ.-1-
.We only propose to use money re- revise Iheir figures. Broward's fight platform began the only one he know, humor gone "your plea is well taken, CENT

ce\ved\ from the sale of public lands; is in the interest of the people as 'I Want to Be anf for there Is a fatal variance betweenthe Liabilities.
Angel, in i
f lu the State of Florida for this purpose against the corporations, and it is not which the : evidence and the Indictment. Mr. I .Capital Ck paid in.... .... ...... I :2V.'t""
t ,not for the purpose of draining likely that the people as a whole -sr'H prisoner joined. Clerk, amend that order I made awbil? 4 I Surplus fund..................... 110.M"O

( the land, but to ascertain whether it turn him down. Manatee Record. "As the last verse was sung the sheriff ago as to include a ten dollar fine for .._. i i I I II Undivided and taxes profits paid.: ...l less..i...expenses..,....... B1.1It 4.

is drainable. If the question should -. breied himself adjusting the noose, eatinj- pcans In tats courtroom. I i National bank notes outstanding .9pJtJDue

: come up hereafter and the government Couldn't be Tempted.And and hnmedlately upon its conclusion I fl|'! banks to other........National.........' J21.4333
THINGS I
i: Is asked to pay, the senator th, (Florida editors "were the trap was sprung." SUMMERY Du to State banks and

{ would possibly object to Itt taken up on a high mountain" and f I bankers ...... ......... 9221894
were shown the beauties of Lake WASHING WITHOUT WATER I I I Individual deposits sub
.. ,, jecUocht'ck...... .1,730,87700
Toxaway and the "Sapphire Coun- A Stag and a Ladder. Demand certificates of

& The New Law Effecting try"but we do not .believe that they Stories of deer with rain 'barrels or I Is: ..Like"Trying to Get Rid of Dandruff .'I Every household needs some of these things : I. deposit checks...... ................. 9.684S7
Certified ,70035
will "tempted" to leave Flori.a.Ocala water pails their heads I.
on are common Without Herpicide. Remember, you can Buy Now Later Cashier's checks ont-
I : Denatured AlcohoL Banner. enough among Maine and Adirondack Did you ever see anyone trying to : / Pay ; j standing.... .......... 2,08S72-lSfi.lT-J

1 The law recently passed by congress 5- guides. but it Is left for Europe to come wash themselves without soap Of'I Total..... ..................... Stll.l.1:1: :
: with reference to denatured alcohol Point Hunt Harris. to the fore with a variant Some hunts water! : REFRIGERATORS, il
r; Present indications point to the STATE OF FLORIDA, *.
'. has been the subject of a election of Hoo.: Hunt men near Innsbruck came upon a stag If you did what would you say of COU5TT OF E3CAXBIA. {** .
great Harris of .
Key with a ladder on Its antlers.:, In spite him? 'i PORCH ROCKERS AND CHAIRS 11E I, W. K. BIer, cashier of the &: '
I f:. deal of comment and argument, and/ West, as presiding officer of the Senate of this handicap it.made off at great It is every bit as foolish to try to : named bants, do solemnly swear IDS'of1'
'No above statement is the best
one 'doubts his true to
a misapprehension exists in the ability but speed get rid of Dandruff and to preyent E PORCH
i. however -will on seeing the man,, leaping SAADDS 11 knowledge and belief.
as many moves be made .
,
JR
minds of many as to the exact: meaning oa the'political board in the next few hedges and dashing through the undergrowth BaMness by feeding the germs which : : W. K. HYER."a 1h-'

{ of the term and. the effect of the months. his ambition may nqt be real- as If quite unimpeded, l&tnad causes It, with Canttrarides similar substances Vaseline i I t' WINDOW SHADES, any'size, : Subscribed and sworn before ID" t;;;: '11
tt : :
: Glycerine ,
June
and day of 1806.
In ized.IFalalka Times-Herald.! career was stopped. however, when I
law. this connection the follow- the nts JOSEPH V RIERA
: which form the 'Ingreri'1
S ends of the principal i BABY CARRIAGES and i .
ladder
'
: lowing communication to The Atlanta caught between two of most so-called Hair Growers. GO-CARTS, Notary Pat.l
I The Sun's Change. trees. Its struggles,were BO frantic at My commission expires July 13, 1SWCorrect. .
:
G orgian and the reply thereto are Newbro's Herpicide is successful Attest:
The removal of the Jacksonville the approach of the bn 1stnan's the i MOSQUITO BARR. i iI
f> Interesting dog Because it attacks and kills parasitic f W. A. BLOCST, )
:
Sun to Tallahassee Its owners hat- that It broke off F.C.BREST. Director
part of Its antlers and, which feeds on the hair :
J I- Editor of The Georgian: leg acquired a controlling interest In I thus freed, made good.its escape.. The roots.It .germ D. G.BRENT! >

'IWhat is ."denatured alcohol" and The Capital Publishing Company ladder proved to( belong to farmer is the original and only genuine :I
a
;!t ; when will the law making it tax freet' which carries with it the control of who had left It scalp germicide manufactured. I I'
standing against one of MARSTQN&QUflJA
i go. Into effect? Yours truly the state printing contract, is'an
his haystacks. While stealing the-hay !For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte. at
T.F.B. event ,of more than ordinary significance 121 South Old sold
the stag had druggist and apothecary, papers
t i: ,The-name "alcohol"" is composed of In. Florida newspaperdom. der which had evidently thus become upset fixed the lad- Palafox street, or send lOc in stamps i t J08/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148 ren$ co a, Fia.
1 the
i two Arabic words & kohl'i meaning Whether change will result in an oo CqDe
for sample to The Herpicide
,..&" "the"devil/* 'which goes'to show that Improvement In the character of 'the Itshom-. trolL ':Micb. 1 ............ .. J L this"'- office.


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E, PEOPLE and EVENTSSeen l' MARIANNA I I SCHOOL t !i .



Special to The journal. ,
Heard and Done Among Those 'Who'Go Come and Marianna, June !(O)._Our little vil- uzfs. I, .
lage.was most agreeably surprised;, .
I Sunday afternoon to hear of the map I .

S Tarry & Women and Society, Here ,and Elsewhere. rlJ'ge.of Miss Nellie Garnett, of Green-I Will Soon be. Out ,,
wood, to Mr, Jas. A. Finlayson
City. The wedding was a surprise to all

the I i By E. NELUE .BECK. Tei..on. J69., uMR. but lug a place select in few a flower and Instead draped of church tak--,!t For the Summer : r;. \ .

&: the : .
principals choose the cool and .
i shade of a typical Florida' wateroak.Mr. .! and the Boys and d Girls 11 ;,
: Chas. E. Liddon, notary public f ; ,
L' VVIS AND BRIDE performed the'ceremony and It is said ii I M E
Powdered WiRIVED' LAST NIGHT. the Journal's Daily!.Fashion. Feature. he "was the most nervous person con-,I| as well as Teachers are (4 MH' t

McNeal LeWis of .this cerned. :All join In wishing them along '' j
Mr. Adam
.
eagerly looking forward" K\ i ito
: and happy life.M.tss } i
:ity and Miss Ethel) Rosalind Hays oMarianna .
V Jessie Uasiter, of Vernon is' 1
married In the Presbyterian ; '
were
'church in that' place last /j in the .city. the guest of friends and the Closing Day Exer ri l ; ,
relatives.
Toilet
'evening Mr. and at 430.Mrs.: Lewis arrived last Izi Madam H. DeLa Trouppe of Paris, cises. Each one is / L f!' : '
rr
France, is here looking after her large "
J[night on the midnight' train and >
.Trove at once to their own pretty; Iii. estate. \She is the guest of Mr. and anxious that. they shall look their best on this event- 1 ;i; .

i home 908( ,, North Alcaniz which was J'3 j'ri Mrs. C. M. Messer. t; .
ready- for their reception. At noon Monday the local fire de. ful occasion. If# you should happen to be a Girl
Soap -+- ... partment was called to Mr. W. H. Mil

MRS. MCMILLAN ENTERTAINS ton's residence but could discover no add to the beauty of costume I :
blaze there. Later it was found out you can greatly your ;
EXCELSIOR FLINCH CLUB.
that the fire was out In the "Brooklyn"district
Mrs. N. C. McMillan entertained thCxcesior again.Dr. by having us fit you, with a pair of our Dainty ; :.

Did wash Flinch very delightfully at and M'rs.' R. S. Pierce enter
you ever her lovely new home 1001 North Bay tamed Tuesday night In honor of the Dorothy Dodd Slippers. Or if preferan.Oxford, \ ,

hands in len Tuesday afternoon from 4 to 6:30. /, Elayes-Lewis wedding on Wednesday.
your cornmeal There was a general attendance of There are six weddings scheduled to we are prepared to show you many beautiful styles; ,!?
the members. aad her special guests take: place In the next month that the .

? Of course were, Mrs. Dillard of Montgomery, young people of Marianna are inter- and should you be a Boy, our Alden Shoes are the
formerly Miss Lomie Gould of this ested in, and several of the boys havea i

you have. Well, city and a popular guest with all the "wish It was mine next" look on. i acme of gentility and durability. We extend ;
club's hostesses; :Miss Rice of Century their faces. very "

corn meal formsone Mrs. Wiley McDavid and Mr Mr. Chas. E. Liddon says there is to school boy and '
C. M. Wilson Jr. only one objection to a commission&s every ::

of the ingredi' The hostesses dainty little daughter a notary public, and that Is he can't
and their teachers
Miss Gladys scored. Delicious find a lady N. P. that would marry girl a .
punch was served during the game him. "
ents of this delight"ful which was followed by a feast ol Mr.' Hugh G. Smith, of Gordon, Ala, cordial invitation to visit -{

watermelons.The was In town Sunday. ',-
toilet article and next meeting will be with, Mr. Geo. C. Home left Sunday ,for our store and allow us the

Mrs. A. M. Mc Ill1 n. Jacksonville where he goes to accepta "t
we know it will -.- position as express messenger. pleasure of showing them :
CHARMING LITTLE! LASSIE: I Mr. W. B. Wynn and family left
please you It comes VISITING IN HOOS1EKDOM.: for St. Andrews where they will the newest Line of Footgear .
The "Porter County Vidette put! spend the summer.

in a tin toilet can, lished at Kontz, Ind., says: '\\. charmIng Sunday afternoon Mr. Eddie Eu- that Skilled Workmen can produce. '1:
,
little southern lassie from Pens banks and :Mr. Chas. Simmons were .'

like talcum cola, Fla., Miss :Alexandria Pearl baptised, at the river. ,h "
just dyers Is the guest 'of Miss Ann

and is always Noland." F Fp Excursion. Yours ',.
powder,. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woods entertained cordially,
Excursion to Life Saving Station
: Miss Anna Noland and her Ri .
Friday.. June 22nd on steamer Columbia -
perfectly PensacolaFla. ,
dry visitor Miss Myers of
by class 4 of the Palafox Street
'
., at tea Wednesday evening, laviting .
and convenient.One eighteen young people to meet ', i" ., \ \ Methodist leaves Palafox Sunday wharf at school 5 o'clock.Boat Watson.Parker&Reese Co : :
them: all of whom were present.
Fare adults 50c, children 25c. 2tI
can contains :After music and games a tielight-
fni supper. of salads cakes ices and+

enough powdered fruits, were served, the handsome Successors to Green & Watson. l
decorations being In pink and green II QUINCY I lFe'
carried out with pink roses and car
toilet soap for 200 nations, and palms and ferns. I PETER THOMPSON SUIT IN WHITE: MOWAIR II IIA u 33 and 35 South Palafox Street. ;:.,'.'

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washings and it QUIET HOME WEDDING strong revival of sailor suits for neck finished with a sailor collar being Special to The Journal. .,"',.'.

OF MISS R EH N BERG AND girls from 8to 16 years is; very marked -! filled in with a plain shield with Quincy, June 20.-Mr. and Mrs. A. "
star and in white! silk embroi : ;
costs only MR. WILLIAMS: OF ATLANTA.A stripes ,rk
in all the tines, of girls' apparel Wilson chaperoned last week at their 1.
dery. Broad 'elastIc Is throughthe
home wedding, beautiful in its displayed bythe.' high-class departments run country, home near Mt. Pleasant a -
at=the rower' of the
edge
simplicity, took place yesterday casing house party, consisting of Miss Lula t
and specfalfy houses. Theseare REMOVAL SAEE
10 Cents : blouse drawing it in snugly about the SPECIAL
morning at the home of the bride'ssister Byrd of Monticello, Miss Mae Young
shown in all-the'white and light waistline. Three rows of white mohair ,"
: Mrs. R. M. Hime'baugh on I anal Mis Josephine Denmark of Valdosta "
North Alcaniz, uniting Miss Thora colored heavy linens, piques and the I braid simulate a front yoke in the Miss Mary ,Davidson, Miss On account of removal to another stand will offer unprecedented j;,: .
lightweight mohairs.! ; The use of this back being an applied one of the mo- entire stock. One lot children's books at 25 ". '
Rehnberg and Mr, Stephen Emery Bessie McRae, Miss Mae Davis, Miss reductions through
Williams, pf Atlanta Ga. latter material is particularly markedin hair. The sailor collar, neckbackand Lula 'Bates, Mr. Joe Edmondson, of cents on the dollar; 25c Paper Dolls, lOc; one J15 Phonograph for ': I,
these lines. That of the picture! is sleeves are'1:likewise trimmed with Phonograph Records for 40c. ;
Amidst tasteful decorations of Tallahassee, Mr. Brown of Bainbridge $6; a $25 Phonograph for $10;
w. A. ferns potter plants and cut flowers, in a lustrous cream white mohair, the. the braid and on the upper part of ,. Mr. E.C. Lore Mr. Coby, Mr.
full straight skirt. :finished sleeve '
.tfith a the right is embroidered the aoe's Bookstore.I'0..2S5. .
the and
arranged throughout, parlor Angus Hlnson and Mr. Rabe Love.
stitched7: ,hem, being lopped.by a regulation national emblem of anchor and
hall Rev. J. Barney of ) Mr. and Mrs.A. .
Butler pastor On Wednesday evening 219 South Palafox Street, Pinttsala
sailor
the Palafox! M. E. church, in an impressive blousethe deep-pointed stripes. D. Ckmngton Miss Rogers and Mr.
'
D'ALEMBERTE manner performed the core Ranney of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.A. ." <

mony. t from Louisville! Ky Miss Heine and I spend two months on Town Point T. Hearin, :Miss Hazel Underhill, .g,
The bride was attired in a champagne ; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Davidson, bit of Mr. and
Miss Leah Kahn Refreshment; with her mother :Mrs. Duncan. Her vile Fla., is the guest
I pongee silk with trimmings of! were served. Miss B'oom fell overboard I baby who also has been very ill is Albert: Corry, Mr. Homer Ward ar>d Mrs. C. K. Shaw.
Druggist and lace and ribbon a touch of green and had a narrow escape but improving.Mrs. Mr. Julian Howard drove out to Mr.anQ Messrs. W. 0. Hogge, T. H. May, DANCE :'j
: a charming effect to a most becoming '-Wilson's hospitable home
gave Mrs
ana Dr.
Apothecary, was rescued by the gallant work o1Mr. B. L. Hall E. A. Hargrove
costume.Mr Stone. / for tea returning late in the evening. the 17th for
Joe Louis Canfleld: Parker who isin Phillips left on Sunday At Electric ParkTHURSDAY
.and Mrs. Williams left at once Monday for
Mr. Peter Miller left on in the interestsof
New York leaves in a few days to+ Ashtown, Arkansas
121 S. Palafox Street.They for a trip through Georgia and North ''Miss Anna May McCoy of Atmore, join her mother Mrs. John Quill of Columbus Ga. where he will spend< ;a some large tracts of land purchased -
Carolina, after which they will go to Ala., is visiting Miss Alice Freeman,, Mobile at French IckSprings.! In'd. few days before returning to his by them in that section. NIGHT
their future home in Atlanta. They home in New York. ,
corner Seventh avenue and Jackson. Mr. T. D. Munroe the popular cashier
were followed by a shower of rice Mr.: and Mrs. Paul Thomas returned:
)fr. W. Dudley Hunt was chosen as of the Quincy State Bank, was
and the hearty congratulations anJ Miss Fannie Kehoe is at home sick: one of the officers of the cadet corpsof on Friday from their wedding trlrMrs. this week elected president of the JUNE 21st, 1906
best wishes of all friends assembled. Her sister Miss Minnie is in Marxiantna. the University of Georgia, the or- Thomas was Miss Ruby Mooreof Florida Banker's Association.Mr. -t't
9BHBE9HQ DHDSB -+- Livingston Alabama, and her marriage left on Given by the
.
t.Mrs. tfer to take effect at the beginning of: I :Marcus Oppenheimer ili
DEATH IN JACKSONVILLE; <> I the next session of the university. on June 5th to Mr. Thomas was Friday for his home in New York af-

OF PHILLIP: BALL'S SON. : J. Walter Kehoe and lovely one of the most prominent society ter a visit of some days in the city. PENSACOLA PLEASURE
Mrs.: George C. Hamilton who has baby daughter will leave Wednesdayof !Mr. Franklyn Zee, who is now a events of that, city. Judge E. D. Beggs, of Pensacolawas f
been visiting 'Mr. and. Mrs. C. R.I next week for !Marianna.Mr. Senior of Tulane University is at Mrs. Cobb of Tallahassee has been here last week: on important
Johnson at their summer cottage on f home to spend_ the summer with his visiting her sister Miss Lee Harlan. business.Mr. CLUB
Were Bayou Texar, was called: to Jacksonville L. M. Collier will be at Big parents Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Zeek. On Mrs. Lola Walston of New York J. W. Bussey is expected home rf
by the death of Phillip Ball. Jr., Stone Gap Va., for the next ten days. his way home :Mr. Zeek enjoyed a arrived on., Saturday to spend sever this week with his bride, who wa-i f. '
infant son of Mr. ,and .Mrs. Philip W houseboat party off 'Home Island in al weeks with her mother Mrs E. Miss Bunch of Seary, Ga. Music by Barrio's
Ball formerly of this city. Mr. Wallace B. Caswell hag gone to the Mississippi Sound. A. Trogdon.Miss Orchestra"t f
Mrs. Hamilton's friends regret her Jessie Bodiford, of Gaines ADMISSION 25c 1
Smoked visit Pine Barren, Molino, 'and MoDa- : ; e
departure before the completion ofher vld in the interest of The Journal.Mr. Miss Holtzer of Birmingham, Ala.,, .1
Committee reserves right to &
visit but. appreciate her desireto
is visiting Mrs. Max. J. Kahn.A .
respond promptly and sympathetically J. E. Sralthwtck of Pensacola. To Remove Freckles Pimples L OLIVE I J rejects objectionable parties ,;'i.
and as she had been visiting Mrs. Who has been here since Saturday complimentary supper was given w
Ball ,.when she came .Pensacola, with friends, returned home thismorning.1rou"ttrie last night at the handsome summer In TeD Days, use N adinola '
and they were girlhood friends.Mr. Ga., Observer. home at Fisherville of Mr. and Mrs. ;, .:
and Mrs. Ball have many Laz discovery, said Special :o The Journal. BOSSO'SIce
Packedon --+- Jacdby in-honor of :Miss Florence A new
friends in Pensacola who will unitein voder a positive! guarantee preaching;
of June 20-There was
The friends of Mrs. W. L. Johnson Heiaberg Birmingham Ala., and and money reft Olive, '
profound sympathy with them la will be glad to know that shy fg 'now Miss Kate Steiner of Montgomery,, eded in every elsewhere at the Olive church Wednesday night I
It fails to remove : Cream >
their sorrow.PENSACOLA convalescing after a severe case of Ala. freckles, pimples! liver- by Rev. Countryman. Factory
-+- + tallow- of little village are
sun-un our
typhoid fever. Mrs. Johnson' ,will ;1 L spots The children i!
collar discolortioas.blackbeads *- "
N'O. FOURTEEN :A complimentary dance will ba new and all busy practicing for the children's day can furnish you cream in V r -
GIVES EUCHRE' ::ICIAL. ------- -- given given next Tuesday night in eruptions cf tae skin,no exercises which will take place the:. any quantity. Satisfaction l-.
The Rathbone Sisters of Pensacola I honor of the visXng Jewish set. 9 matter ,Of Cure how ordinary longstanding second Sunday in next Jnonth. Everybody guaranteed. '-.
the Temple No. 14. gave a delightful. war in 10 days,.and the is cordially: invitedito'; be present: PHONE 1326 ;
: euchre social Tuesday night at the.' line Best Is What We Sail,'' Mr. Oscar Baggett who has been these defect are removed'the in SO akin day! *will After be and listen to what the little ones haveto : SAM BOSSO. Prop. i
residence of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Da- buMlaL Ne possible looking forward to a
I fishing along the Bscambia coast to clear, sot, healthy and 11.Eat say. We are
and
brain fag," left for Skim can resnU from its llie. M.cents 1I 1- ;
FarmSmithfield vis.And cure yesterday leading drag stores or by 111&11.NATIONAL great success. I '
It was truly a social affair home Jn Alabama. His trip not only TOILET COMPANY Part.Tenn. ,Misses Oleo MaWe and BessieJohnson.
though there were eight ''full tables. j I To cleared the cobwebs from his brain,, of Brent, were:the guests of GULF CITY COFFEE CO., :.:
The lady's first prize a pretty fan but put on him such a coat of tan their sister Mrs. Emma Johnson on ,:
'Was won by Mrs. V. J. Vidal, and the' they'll never get back and one that Sunday last Roasters, Blenders and Shippers ofj .a.
gentleman's first a half dozen nice made him apply for a second class Mr. and Mrs. J- II. Davis and children -
linen handkerchiefs was won by Mr.' ticket because he felt sure a first It attended preaching at Powelton
'I Bird in Fine CoffeesOUR
InvestigatePure ; A Hot
I Ifrs.
Mabson.V ; class ticket seller would refuse him Sunday.Mr. : >
Henry Horsier captured one first class transportation. E. Ward: of Atmore, was the >'
booby a big spoon tled with a big bow ''I Bottle. guest of relatives at! this place Monday COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL :

of red ribbon and gracefully; presented Food Pnsacola!, friends of Dr. J. F., A Cold night. GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL. .
Virginia it to Mrs. Charles Bliss who I i! has been on the
as Shackleford and family of Columbus lots I Miss Lizzie Merritt ".",
there are --------
gracefully accepted it. I Ga., will be grieved to learn that he Of course what sick list for the past week.: -
that know ..... _
Brighton captured 1 of folks : Harris has !!!II
'Mr. Thomas died at his home in that place early Little Miss Charlotte
/lIapanese ash tray for the other Our store has been tried ani Sunday morning. that is, but if you want a been quite sick for a few. days but is .
contain nothingbut bird, with: no suggestion
found to cold
was
.
booby. better now. A BASKETOF
some THE STORY OF
Hams of Groceries and of ar bottle just
Enjoyable refreshments were served the best !oIT!. :Mary El Bogan, with her :Mrs. Nancy Oolley: and baby, who
and the atralr'"War as usual, a success Pure Foods. .Also to be clean' daughter Miss Lelia Brellie Bogan, is drop in for a glass of our have been visiting their aunt Mrs.E. CLOTHES f'J f

throughout { t and. perfectly sanitary. visHtng her daughter Mrs. Eugene matchless soda or a plateof ice G. Creighton, returned to their homeat ". -
A little I NEW'ARRIVALS.. Bogan in Nsw City. our incomporable Bay MinnetW on Sunday last. Take it from the standpoint :''
higher than some The Savannah Press says the comment -r Asparagus Tips ..35c 'can cream., Mr. Bill and Harry-Hoyt, of Pt-nsa- of a woman who has to hunt a

others, but- of some of the :state.papers .oa Asparagusfancy( whole) 20c "1 Mr. Appleberg is quite ill at his CHOCOLATE NUT SUNDAE cola, were the guests ot their parents new washerwoman every week ?:
are 1 Little Bayou. Sunday. and it means a lot of hard work
Artichokes (French) .40o4caa; home on here last
the Savannah election reminds it of French Peas. .. .- ..2S!'can 4Mr. PECAN; CREAM. Mr. Telephair Majors of McDavid, and worry. Taken from the

the toast.;. I Mushrooms ..15 and 25c can Ernest Medlin, who will be was the guest of -his parents. Sunday standpoint of a Star patron it ,
"Here's to.yoo-as-good-as..you are, .." .. w means a lot of hard work and .
Anchovy: Paste r.25d.... pleasantly remembered as a popular
And here's to Us' as bad as we be; --- '!' visitor to relatives with the fleet several last.Mr.. and Mrs Willis;:; Majors were worry avoided-and for a cost
But good '..15ou .be' and _bad are' we jar'i years ago, was thrown from aa: COFFEE. visiting in Olive Monday last about the same as the washer '

We're as good as- you are, as bad i automobile near Chicago, the latter Watermelons are beginning; to ripen, woman, and think how much .
Sol Calm & Oo as we be." {I I iI I part -of May and sustained 'What is Hot Biscuits and Rolls every in our neighborhood: now., better. ;
o I at-5 o'clock. '
feared Is permanent injury to his morning I
iA: bathing party was given last spine. If your stomach troubles you do not The Star Steam 'f

The Pure Food Store, night at BogartVbath!! house by Mr. ROSENAU & GERELDS., .- conclude that"there is no cure, for a
ana1 Mrs- Ike H&Jbroh in honor of great many hare been: permanentlycured ,
'Absolute purity, great strength and Laundry. .;1 1

Southwest Corner Palatoi and Intendeicla/ visitor Miss Pearl of Louisville Bloom Ky.their:The charming following The Fancy Grocers, Ribbon delicious Vanilla natural famous.flavor has made Blue Kandy Kitchen Cafe. Liver by Tablets Chamberlain': Try them Stomach they and are n & SarO.n St. Phon 114. k=

\ present: Mr.. and Mrs. Ike certain to beneficial. They, "
were 999 .prove ; PenMcol. FIB
Phones IJ 8 Hellbron. Mrs. Bertha.. Rosenau. Phone 391. Pensacola. 104 S,.PafaFozrPhone only cost a quarter!' ,Sold by allj I :!:
Messrs. Joe Storie and Ben C. Heir ( Notice Falrchllcfs awning ad. in the druggists. .,

A berg' Miss Pearl Bloom and brother 1 "For Sale" column tcdayt .

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. PAGE SIX TMH' PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING;, JUNE. 21, 1905




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REAL ESTATE ,


Are You I a "Butterfly", Man Bargain, Real, J< st City Maps


There are many men who. live lives of enjoymentwith BARGAINS
A FOUR ROOM HOUSE, ONE
no thought of the morrow with the very few BLOCK FROM BUSINESS DISTRICTON For i ; For Sale

who, like the ant, continually: labors and sets aside
LOT 28 FEET FRONT BY 170 ,
for the rainy day that, is sure to come.Don't .
FEET DEEP, FOR North.West-lr4.'Block. 12, you will find this
I and attentive,
$1000. West King. Tract, 6 lots_. .. advise and talk large supply of CITY MAPS, contain-

,: This house rents for $96 per year, S S your properly,
bea"Butterfly"ManIt and while it pays a fair interest now, ..?-----_----:---- $350.00 all SUB-DIVISIONS, BLOCKS, LOTS
[ is sure to increase in value.' WE'LL
i 10 of the building CHANGES IN NAMES OF
H' LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH ME; prettiest STREETS
takes "hustler" to in the world and if you'll put the
a
get along
FOR !SALE. I CAN SELL IT.
lots
in New City over-
accumulate a competence for that rainy day. Start .Come and talk it ( accordance with City Ordinances) will

now! Buy a piece of real estate and watch the looking the Bay.

value grow! Improved real estate pays a handsome MONEY TO received in a few days.
LESLIE E. BROOKS Several beautiful lots in
in value whole. in amounts
annual profit besides its growth as a any at

Ask for our list of "money-makers." Phone 462. Fisher Building the residence portion of ;, sible cost. Maps are mounted on Good, Heavy

t North Hill. FIRE :: and on Rollers and are UP/TO/


HELP WANTED For prices and particulars -5.S placed in either : in every particular.

Pensacola Investment W1ANTHD nnrntuwJrnJrru-nJ-J-collector. Apply C to apply toMcDavidHyer companies. : '
Company
I- :fisher Real Estate .A'gency. 21j I.: S. BROWN

4. H. D'ALEMBERTE City Manager.w. .
WlANTED cook. Apply at 444 E.

H. KKOWLIS, President. R. B. SIMPSON, Secretary. Main.: street 20june3t Company, 201.% Thiesen .Bldg. "

J.L STILLMAN, V..Fres. anl GeL Manager. KNOWLES BIll INuurar. & WATSON.
WlANTED-! Must
-Practical printer.
Agents New York
Rael Estate, loans, General Investments. I be good job printer and sober. Apply RE Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.
FOR
to J. A. Sanborn, Carrabele. : Fla.I Life insurance Company. .
215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida. I I
I 20junelw Fl .. 37 PALAFOX ST. 0. BOX "

1 8 E. Government Street. RENT AND GAHDEN : : : : LJ I Ii
TAILORESS seamstress; steady satisfactory family to
work; none but good help need ap Phone 7CO. PensacoU, Fla. house and care for : ._, .
ply. Call at E. W. Wt her's, 12-West the summer, a short
Romana street. lijiwWANTEDFirst.c'ass city. Address "House" : -

Will Double In FOR SALENew 21june. !i j I __ I Miscellaneous.
WtWflflfl WW5.n-5.W.
.n UWLtr
.
hat cleaning.Old I -
eght! room house with hall,10th hats made new. Cleaning, Some Good Thingsin WANTED. good cook HOTEL D?Funla .. J. H. PORTER, sallmaKer: 716 Soirj
Ave. and 16th St. This place has to be pressing and blocking. Satisfaction meals a day. Apply ; newly fur Palafox street Orders taken to

Value Inside seen to be appreciated. .. ..11750 guaranteed. Panamas, 50c. Strawsi, St. ; and sample rooms! ;1 1i tents! awnings, camp stools ana nouss

I Lots 3, 4 and 5, block 140 New :25c. Felt, 35c. Derbys, 25c.' Vctor: Real I i good beds. Travel- cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 3iu)
Estate.I
Louis, 100 E. Intendeucia street. All j A Desirable 'Summer i! -soil it'ed. Rates S2
.5600 ;come in. 19 jnlm Rent-An -'' M. H. Stanley, Prop. SHIP CHANDLERS
Blocks 125 and 126, Petterson Addition IcKinzleJef") -
On East Jackson and Gadsden house. on Escambia ing & Co., wholesale and retail ;?hp
of a Year water front new six room W.-\NTED---Carrier boys at The Jour streets where the car turns off 16th fruit, chickens, cow, S chandlers and grocers, only first-clasi

house on .$1,600 nal office. ave. into Jackson street, in block 9i; buggy, house screened, : j'i -Why pay' 2.50 per house of kind in city. FaIr prices to ai.
Block 63, East King Tract. .$2,6001 : r of the New City Tract. I have five Can be reached twice a !i can get as good room
-: That Lot 7 to 14. inclusive. block 171,|I WANTED-Men and boys wanted, bts; 100 feet running through the reachng: Pensacola at i!! Coolest p'ace in
Is what deal of real estate UPHOLSTERING
a great MILTON
I SHOP-
learn and at 5
plumbing leaving m.
plastering brick. block. p. ;
These lots face south on the
in Pensacola is 'going to do and New .$1,600 you can go out and get "Wlllie Mims, Proprietor. Furniture
laying. "Special offer life particulars address
scholarship car line, overlook the bay, the prettiest i! to eat. One block from,
some of it is in the following list: repairing of all kinds
fifty dollars rental 'agents. P. 0. carp-
easy payments; position building lots in the who'.e of East 22mayj
Half block in New City, fronting I.A. WILSON & Co. guaranteed; free catalogue. Coyne Hill, very desirable! neighborhood. cola, Fla. i laid, furniture packed for shipping

Calalonla square. .. .. .. ....$750 Bros. Trade Schools, New York, Chicago :: For qU'. k sale they go at . $2100 -On bay front. Opens Phone 63. Next to Tampa Landing

Half block In East King Tract, In I Real Estate Agents, St. Louis. I6j The east 8 lots of B'ock 171, New,! FOR: RENT nea'r :) airy and delightful- 22Apr.:

settled nei hborhood.. .. ..' ..$700 City Tract, between 14th. and 15th|I -Gregory, i fishing, bathIng and
I WANTED' : -Traveling salesman .for aves. and 10th and ilth streets one;[ per month. C. R. ; I class table. On elec- CARRIAGES repaired and repainted:
One-fourth block on Toledo square! Salisbury Building, Room 7 Alabama by the largest and most!block from the line. ;; building. Phone 686. i': Floats built to ordr. Horse shoeing

' New City .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$800,, progressive southern whiskey house,I j'I! lots and car a good speculation They arespretty !' m'nutes and ride transients.from city. a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage

Lots on 11th and 12th avenues New!:;!I I having an established trade to turn at. . . ... .,. .$1550 FOR RENT:, odern.,5 ,, Address -Old Mill Co. 27feb
:- City at. .. .. .... .. .. .. ..$200,'!For Farm Tur'Jentine f| !over to good man. Applicants must on 9th ave., between :
OP : Fla. 4may
200x132 & feet on East Hill car state age, experience, reference, sal I I:' have two beautiful lots on the corner I Wright Sts. Apply to J. ;I

- line .. .... .. .. .. .. ..$1250 Timber Lands, ary, annual sales! expenses and losses. of Jackson and 18th Ave., overlooking -, Jackson or phone 837. Picked Up.
- Lots in East King Tract or West I LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall Address, Z. Y. X., this office. 16J8I!! : the bay, two blocks from the !I I DeFuniak Springs. S n
' King Tract very cheap and on easy i on or Address --1 i car. line, two blocks from the bayoa,I FOR RENT Modern !,' airy rooms, elegant .
terms. Improved property in West' WANTED-
Kng! Tract netting 10 per cent. on in- Turner & Aymard, and in house. 619 N. Baylen St. j, This !is one of the pre.ttlst: buildinglots j cultivation! located+ in 1!I i to traveling men 1 1I having more red i than wh te
Sjune. I( ,I urbs. For information day. J. R. Brown, spots weighing 275 to 300 ::11- aJIJ: u
' vestment.See Real Estate and Abstrat Co. on the whole of East Hill. The' '
us in regard to Lake View Hay.i i I P. 0. Box 115 DeFunlak Springs.Fla --j j! property is well worth $800, would be!! apply to the Pensacola :i j' 8 or 9 years old. Been annum wv
en Property. Prettiest place In New, WANTED-Everyone to Know that!; cheap at that price. .I will sell the![ Co.. s I place past 18 months. Ownerfl
The Journal has nice, clean old pa-' two lots if sold at.oncfor.$775 I BOARDING HOUSES have same by> proving properu .,:.t
City and is on Bayou Tcxar. .
pers for sale cheap. Only five cents FOR, RDNT-2: nicely your carpet or mat- paying charges. M. E. Hendr-r- ;.
rooms for rent to old Fla. 14jun::.'
a bundle. I of newspapers Muscogee,
D. Hale Wilson & Co. A GOOD INVESTMENT-Business I[ Apply to Mrs. Hester, i and protect it Onl.r'1]

Phone 234 15 South Palafox A BargainIn WANTED-First-class carter for colored I property, corner Barceloaarand' 'nten-; : St., Phone 1095. I dle at this ofice.
!, trade. dencia streets. 49 ft.1 4ont. on Inten-
Ring 1010- 1 ring or For Sale.
j dencia by 120 ft. FOR RENT-A. R. 1
on Barcelona.: : Rented -
call at
Sylvester Campbell Store,near] -Sneads, Florida. '
Professional dummy depot, Warrington. Fla. j I under lease at $420.00{ per- year. At I age room for rent, day. Nice rooms.
Directory an extra expense of $303 tie rent can niture or other good3. i'r. AWNTh'GS-Drop" ordinary, rol ?r,
24 I
apr the best. J. M. Fer-
.' -- Water Front I be increased to f540.00'.per year. The South Tarragona street. S ,! self-acting, Italian and heavy j-Mre,')
Property ___ ___ ___ I 17apr
:a
prospects of an increase in value are i I i awnings. Austrian shades, plll:i-

. WANTED good. .. .. .. ,.. .,. ., .."...$4200 FOR RENT-A nice 5 I curtans: ; in fact everything to K' }>
T G day.1
YATES M.OPTICIAN D. $2500For __,.8C. 5- '-on N. Spring St., with .1 -Rates J2 per the house comfortable this hot \\t-a "
at 515.00.( Inquire Fisher by week. Special: at-j er. Made and guaranteed in *-.'. :/
WANTED- White girl 18 old or 'If si with I I
years j your property- me and '
Agency. men. Frpe sam- respect by B. H. Fairchi'.d.: F'-
2-story, 8-robm house. lot 240x
i
over to keep office; must be neat will sell it.
-- -- J. P. Mauldin. Prop. and workman: : >.
i
class material :
250, on Bayou Grande. Good I
306 TH1EsEPwLnhiv water. and intelligent. Good pay and chance i FOR SALE OR RSNT- .
; Cheapest prices. (For 3 days :i i.
; __ for advancement to right party. Call! cottage with ,bath
i MONEY at the market rate of interest Green Bamboo Porch CurlInt: '
-
S2000 room No. 3, Masonic Temple, after 5\\ 1107 E. Cervantes street :
on city real estate. -Open ?11 the to $4.50, regular prices $3.50 to $1; 5"' ;
WM D. HOWE, o'clock. j II I from street car. Apply and European plan.j strictly cash). ,Phone 485. P. (0.
For one-story cottage on water's Gibbs, care of Forbes rates. Frst.: lass in Box 4S3. Apply 15 East Garden St
ATTORNEY
AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW edge, lot 120x200. on bayou Grande. FOR FRESH NATIVE MEATS phone 26maylm. Pleasant and '

14V2 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. I If Be 385.mont The and West DeVillers End! Market Sts. 21June corner J. W. Bullock, Jr. FOR RENT-Eleganc L. Bowen, Prop.',conven-, Pen.I 21junelw._ __ __ __ ______ J

$3200 dence, corner Strong 15apr FOR SALE-C:ly home. 40 :arrni.
Room 405 Apply to C. H. Turner. t mile south of ) Fla! -
Thiesen Bidg. I one Chipk--;:
All
WANTED- owners or poultry to ,
F; J 1. WHITE & CO i Buys one-story cottage, 5 rooms, know that we are agents for the celebrated Phone 161 :FOR RENT-Two ; CHIPL Y-Op.! acres peach orchard, gral"-;. ""a\\''
-
CLI\>
on Bayou Grande, 63x250. Conkey's Poultry Remedies. stores on first floor and well lighted' berries and etc. Walter Gen'ry.2W\*

APPLY TO Guaranteed to cure rupe, cholera hotel': Corner Garden room. Meals at ley Fla. _
Artesian Well Drillers gape and to kill fleas, 1'ce: and mites. Just completed and attention to trav .
Alsd their wonderful WantedWANTED per day. J. M. Tug- FOR SALE Having sold my re?
egg producer F. class shape. For terms
. For Saw Mills and S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. 334. )I noon __JO" -o I etc., apply Hooton & \ ISmarlm dence, corner of l'-'h: avenue ani!
Mrs. M. L L. I I 13th street, I now offer for sale my
Turpentine Stills Surgi 18apr. -A position as stenographer -
Especially. which
,:. r by young lady. Salary moderate. FOR RENT-Second -Can Se terlnd: household 'goods and one cow,
: Geneva, Ala., and Graceville, Fla. WANTED-The public to know that Address Box K., City. 21j. denstruth's Jewelry attention to.commerI may foe seen on the prem ses on
: We have three new first-class drilling Care M. E. Clarke, we; can do all kinds of repairingfloat I : for .offices, sleeping Free sample and bath Tuesdays and Thursdays, between t"e

machines. We are prepared to Pensacola, Fla. building, norse shoeing, etc. J. I WANTED second hand safe. Address -: age rooms. Lee Daniel with good beds.I hours of 10 and 12 a. m. C. \V. }Hag--
put In wells from four to twelve inches G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feb safe Journal. ISmarlm erman. ljiin'
. care 21j1 .
FOR RENT-8-room -
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in diameter and from one hundred to -" i w.1 I
sixteen hundred feet in depth. We I WANTED To sell a lot'of old papersat I H. ALFMAN-Tin, Copper and Shaet 318 W. BelmonL Open night and day. FOR SALE-Herd fine Jersey dar:

i do our work promptly. We guarantee 5c a bundle. Apply at this of Iron Worker; cornice work and skylights -' Ingraham.: Rooms light and cows with well established m <

:' satisfaction. fice. They are all whole-, clean and a specialty; roofing, gutteringand WANTED.-Real Estate trade solicited. route. No competition. Cows ai.'l
1\08 give the best of references. nice. repairing, 315 South Palafox 8t.I rent Jeasa or exchange. Jis. S. Nicoliu, business first class condition.: A;IP'

WJLL\ BUILD HOUSES-on Installment I Phone 560; residence phone 1316. ness respectfully S. A. Taylor, Century Fia. Sjuneim. -
S
2junelm.WANTED. Real Estate Agent,
son,
plan, or cash. You own the FOR SALE.-Improved ana unimprj"
Real Estate Loans I furnish the money buil-t ernment street. Room
lot and ti- ed prcrperty in all parts of the city
-D. B. White wants building. Phone 172.
house. You pay monthly, same as your .-Jw -- --,-w--- J. Wilson & Co. Real Estate Agent,
and rent, in a short time house is' your... hauling and transfer work. Satisfaction Room 7, Salisbury building. Pb'>n&
guarnteed. Address 1501-N installed mach'.nes!
Pay rent 20 years it still belongs to I 172. 23JE3
: the other man. Will also put down 8th Ave., or phone 981. LOST of galvanized! ----
I S
.- -nJ5. -- corn: e ''sut
Collections.OFFICECOURT wells with good pump. 2-Inch galva. I MARINE AND STATIONARY i:*
nlzed pipe, with brass cylinder attach- MATTRESSES RENOVATED- New LOST-One black ings, ,etc., I am now I GINES for sale. Wonder Gan':1: '

HOUSE ment, will make water fly.from a well tick furnished if desired. Guaran. large sum of money, sheet metal work of, Engines are the simpliest, strong; ,,-*
40 to 100 ft. deep, and so easy a child: teed. Crapet taken up and matting and papers therein. notice. Satisfac and best engines on the markef f '
can pump it: Costs but little more laid if .desired. Leave orders at if left at Water Estimates cheerfully the Send for catalogue K::1
I N. McK. OERTINC than the old dtfg well.All satisfac- Green & Watson. Phone 193. 7aar 16j1,. or outsde: the city. B. Banks money., Pensaeola. Phones I--1:':
18 W.
Inteidencla.
tory before you pay a cent. Get my 577. 3june1!n '
See the Piuto Water display at Hooton's and
Notary Public prices. F. M. Williams, Contractorand LOST-Black mare. 25mayl3i
Builder. Room SOS Thieaen Build- Pharmacy. James McHugh, shQulder. Left barn at ,,..
I Phone 466. THE GREATEST BARGAIN IN Ing. Phone 802, 1 ring. IJunelin wholesale agent. ljunelm i Thursday mornng.: Pavilion, L. S> S. of FOR SALE-Second hand 25 II P-',J

REAL ETATE IN THE i turns tb Sam Sunday, accommodation for boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply
---- WANTED-Everybody to call and I 13AIFOR
New Method Laundry.
'CITY. WANTED-Your stenographic work. see the Perfect Pantry. Lawhorn ; and, Strong Sts. to be found on ...
: Money Loan. Pensacola Typewriter I.
Exchange, Launch Leclair
and Blackburn, agents, 109 E. Government
FOR QUICK SALE. 315Vj S. Palafox! St. Phone 379. street 27maylm > I daily .at 8:00 a. m. SALE-I am making a limited! *-

MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody bor Two of the most desirable blocks In 23may. Board and H. Burton, M"gr. fer on 12 lots in northeast Newr<
rows"money from Jno. A; Hall & within the town Units and near '!>'
the New City tract near car line and WANTED.-AH kina ot electrical
Co., 14& E. Government. St. When in overlooking the bay WANTED-We want your' orders for work. I sell) all kinds of electrical ONE PLEASANT ROOM Lake View Haven properties 'o\5!
need call on us. 1907 Art, C.Jcndars. Over 300 original \ batteries anj other electrical supplies. privilege of light around the house, clear titles and excellent elevaton: '-
II I- i PRICE, $3500 A BLOCK. designs to select from. All When yon need me ring 345 or 955. W. Chase St lot of ways In.: whic'u $720. I offer single lots in the *>?! *

MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal ALL OF, THE MAXENT TRACT prices. Mayes Printing Co.. Pensaco.la. E. W. Peake now Star Laundry buildIng old newspapers. You vicinity at $60 and $65 per lot on f.>-'
S property on. short notice. I6feb.WANTED. E. Garden. 15dec. i FOR :RENT-One or any quantity at this terms. (This is to the trade of wh' '
L Terms easy. J. B. Gray .&: Co.. 2 W. WEST OF "C" STREET NOW FOR I nished front rooms; put up in bundles, people exclusively. Elbert A. Club' '.
Romana. Phone 1165. Ifeb SALE .-Electric work of ah kind DYEING. I. ur .; with privilege of and sold at five Box 112 City. ISjune:::'
COURT HOUSE Pressing
Let us can your fans reair your eon desirable and near .
TO LE- On real MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST and Cleaning Club, 212 N.DeVillersSt.
MONEY good .ea- dynamo, dour wiring, etc. 'Puoua! ter, 422 W. Gregory. TEA DRINKERS ATTE TIO --'f'
; Ute security, 'or on good collateral, MARKET RATE OF INTEREST. 570. Pensacola: Electric Co. 235 a Mrs. T. J. Davis Prop. Your patronage 1 ; AND you want a delicious cup of tea, tr>
ti at lowest "tea- Leslie E. Brooks., Baylen. solicited; satisfaction guaran OlJ newspapers at five FURNITURE ,:' .-
"Our Own" superior
Fisher building. 21jan MORTGAGES ON REAL ESTATEIN teed. Careful attention given la11 s' at (his office.! They to order; old ones Blend it Is 6'?

THIS CITY BOUGHT AND SOLD. WANTED.-The public to know that garments. Phone 1222.WAN'FEDCarnIaes SfeU I' and nice. ) ticks} famished. dollar tea on the market. OnY: .-. .-
MONEY LOANED., all kInds of personal old newspapers can be bought at bought and per pound. A valuable ticket in -\ C >
I property' on short notice. and repairing package. New Orleans Grocer -
this office for five cents a bundle. They repaired and repainted done.
Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstair are: all clean and nice. ; floats built to order; horse Bay Lodge, No. 2505, St city, phone 771. Phone 105. Jas. McHugh, Prop.

28% South Palafox St., Phone 1144. Fisher Real Estate Agency shoeing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage Bay Lodge, No. 2503, K. a T. Davis.- Mgr 7juae.Fla. 23m3'l

DoT WANTED. R. Bingham wants Co. 27febWANTED. every second and fourth
at eight o'clock,. at ; L. Diamond :
UNLIMITED amount ot money to loan COLLECTION OF RENTS A your moving and hauling. He gua ing :Tailor
on all kinds of personal property. antees all breakage. Phone $30. .-The Merchants TransferCo. old hall on West cleaned pressed and FOR SALE-Pair spotted ponies '
Special rates to business men on large SPECIALTY. wants your moving and baulios. iting brothers' cordially 'notice. No. 11% years old, sound and gentle. Dor-
leans. The New York Loan Co., 204 H WANT.ED-Table boarders, 208 W. All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tn r S\ R. P. n St, Pensacola, Fla. key and cart; just the th'ng for chi! -

South 'aIfo., Phon 87., ?O$.S. PaUfpxStis Gadsden St. Miss Robinson. 17J sen. Prop. Phone 971. ISJuaelia JOHN z L, fWNET: ,'J S S -1 S rcL Hinman & Hecker. Century







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McMIiIn-BrosQo. dred (100.00J. !1, shall:
Florida
*"- J' Legal Advertisements ( and Alabama
be payable In cash :in
; good:all-round famho -, or personal prop-:
&i--One
rQ se and harness. One top bug- Don't Boy Real Estate in Pensacola NOTICE .IS rEiy Jivm that erty at a valuatloa t
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b nearlY new. One good wagon A. we, the undersigned will on the 16th directors. Ten per cent ;of the cash!
TO*>. "DhrtTIO.246 !day' of July ISOfi apply to the Governor !
f B hemia, \ shall be paid in at the time of the organization of
TurIer anywhere else jintil! 'aa of the gtate f Florida! at Tallahassee. -
)In.roR Pf ytu |efc of the corporation, and the I and Dealers in
'Juue
for -
letters patent incorporating
remainder from time to time, the I LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN.
niich] with us and associates under the upon
5 LE-Two fine cows pin OLES ANP KILN-DRIED! SAP.
\'oung calyesi pan be wen at NO- ABSTRACT OF TITLE: following charter to-wit: call of the directors. -.

..4 Gregory. C. B. McIt.\ : We C. F. !MARSJL: Wl J. HANNAHand 4 .. -- --- --- -'

1JOjune.. MOBIL ALABAMA,. { EO. W. JOHNSTON, all of Pen- The PENSACOLA TERMINAl.
_ _ _ TQ THE PpOPERTY.Tha business shall $>e conducted by; ELECTRIC
ta'DRlNK RS ATTENTION U : . .. 6aeoJalt for Florida! letters, da patent?eiby make Incorporating a?pjieation i.1- !a.board of Fourteen (U) directors. Summer RAILWAY COMPANY.

you wu\ a delicious OUP e{ tea, .\fl | J Si thjs all, important! uetio.t Jf you want It answered' quickly, I us anti our assigns j J info a egrpara-: and I a President\ Vice-President and I Effective Week-Pay June 1?,Schedule.1906.

Our> Own" Blend it is superior tQ any an4 correctly! ,: tpl4Lta; yWe\\ : make !{ eu? .buslaess! & find the' MAKBTS hon In accordance with the Laws of Secretary an!! TreasurerTae directors -! Steam Train and Electric Car Schedule -

,olai! tea on tha mark t. Only 60ce answer. the State of' Flar4} U 4{!' .the follow] shall be elected! annually at a!, Between Pensacola and
,e, pound. A valuable ticket 13 ? ry 1| yoy have Iny, real estate; to' sell, !let us make you aq abstract _.. ,--_ ing charter i meeting t>f the stockholders to be held' Big Bayou.Lv. .

;i-rfcVa, Jew Orleans Grocery; Co.rOR !" ; MoHugh, fr nMij, @st_ June! :O."= 'f lnJtor !, I and the officers shall be elected I
bone l05 Jas. p. answer :ready! 1 before 4 nd. ; The name ef the eoBeration shall year 6 a.m. 9 \PM. 6:20 '130( : p.m
An Abstract will not make a gosd title out of a bad but it !' JguJcfL iay &3 fq1I8W be the U4KE-VW! :'H4VEN ,4aOCf.&TlON -' by the Board of JUrectorg at a meet<< 7
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;june. _ _ _ one a.m. 10 p.m. 7:30 lj0p.iaBetween ; :
WWj .. ., ,, ,, .,4 'I f)
often P ing held the
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Will eiuble
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do existing
so and Us
by ghowing! place of bugines *
owner hiig 4efeets ?, 8 a.m.: U 8:10
p.m.
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SALE Finest car load of horses which he jn y b Q ablg I q r !@ Y. Pugela, Until the first electipn, W. A 9 a.m, 9:30
receive \ ia Pensacola. MeMil- N" .. ,. .t ", 'I !, .."t,. p5 prjda.I Blount ghall be President,; F. C. Brent, 10

ever Turton, West Intena'tencia' i St. -.-- M .. ... .. .1 .. ,4 3Q tq 4. 40 the Vice-President, and Geo. W. Johnston a.m. 10:3Q
The general
& .na4ur9 of [! business 11 a.m. 11 30
:an :
... .14 2S 30
JC. .t to 4 Secretary and Treasurer and the said
ta be transaated. till} l} be the .
edgduetef
I june .., .. .. : ; : 12 noon! 2;3Q pin.I .
.. 4.20
e" I. ,, ,f f f. a hotel) and sanitarium la Esearabia persons together with A.: V. Clubbs,
FOR SALE-Remington typewriter. The Pensacola Abstract Company; f{. .. ,. ., is f' ,, I. ,. 'i. 4.20 : County, Florida, and the organizationaqd l{. H. Boyer, F. E, Brawaer; H. G. 2 p.m. 2z40 1:30
pm.
Rem," care JournaL 6junelm' P. .. ., ,, ,, .. t. ., ., ,.. 4.05F. conduct el a school far the train- DeSilva, 0. L. :Bass, J. A. ChaOlnRlx! 3 3:30
!Incorporated, .. .. .. 4.00 p.m.
? f. !! .f' ing and education ef with the Sf. Robinson, H. L. Covington) W. J. 3:30
store P. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3.90 nurses p.m. .:00
SALE-Retail grocery I Hannah C. F. Marsh and Wm. H.
fOR PHONE 393 1 114 N PALAFQST power to give certificates or diplomas 4 f304
pARYIMHAMCeH.ln(; p.ro. ;
down town. APPlY A Qr enhut\ & # p.. .. 'it t. t .i i. ti ,. .' .? ,3 8.0 of graduation' to persons in gaid school Knowles shall constitute: \ the Board ot 4:30 5:00
'* . 3 to 3 60 p.m.
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SjunelGt'ee (, I.- n v retors.
H the for
c-0 --- .. .! I-I' -:-- --. -.--::-::--_ ,. T _. -.. -E------------------EI I ., ., i Spirits Turpentine\ 5714 cents. meeting requirements thereof 5 5:00: p.m. 6130
I =? ., .. .. Eueh certificates or diplomas. the ac 5:30: p.JIl. 6:00
Water -- -- -
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Pluto display at '
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; quisition, use an4 disposition of all The corporation shall exist for Nine 6:00 j.m.:, 6:30
Pharmcy. James McHugh, 614 How. to Break Up. a Cold. ,
ton-( real and personal property neeegsary ty-nine (99)) years from the date of the 6:3: ( p.m. 1:00
wholesale agent U\lelm. It may be a surprise to many to 'I or convenient for the carrying ea ef issuance of letters patent to it. 7:00 p.m 7:30
-- -- .' k' ) .Z !learn that} ft"severs ee4! can P com I said", business!; and the doing of all 6 7:3 p.m. 8:00

fOR SALE-We have a lot of ktg',, I IAUSLEY COMPANY pletely broken up Ja one er two days' things incidental to or convenient for The highest amount of indebtedness 8:00 p.m. 8:30

suitable: for flower pots and otheinurposes ; time.. Th<| first'symptoms of a cg4} said business. to which the Company han !at 9:30

; also a lot whiskey !syrup pre a dry, laud eough, a profuse 3 any time subject }Itself shall be Twentynfive *'SatQJ'4n ORI)'.

and other barrels, which are "suitabletoi watery discharge from} the nose and The amount ef the capital stock Thousand (25000.00 Dollars.
packing crockery or.fish and cured a thin white coating on the tongue. Dollars ( 7The Pensacola
COMMISSION BROKERS shall! } be Five TheU lin4 $5- and Frt
all kinds of barrels, Chamberlain's cough 1 -
\VThen remedy
We
>!lea !) buy i $ 000.00)( ) divided into shares of Oneu'i4rd4 said subscribers subscribe' to Barrancas. -

ana' re-cooper and baltq m., 8up-- Jakes .W&Y hour on the} grs.t appear: } Dollars ($100.0Q) each the fallowing amounts of gtock, t- Lv Pensacola. Lv Fort Barranca*,

ply always'on! hand. If' you' seed, any 1 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET!\ FENSACOLA, FLA.I agga of> tnes' $ symptoms, U counter\\ ; !8nd!! !lnall} be payable! in cash, ten per wit: 7:15 a.m. 8:00 a.m.
oarrels! or have or sale ring us : the effect\ ef the od! and\ restores
any acts ,
i ? c dPt. upoQ the organization of the cer- Wt A. Blount. .. .,. :3 sharesF. ,:50 a.m. 11:00 a.m
ip. Phone 23? fesdenc| phone 591.: the system tQ' healthy! condition( poration and the balqnee!} ypon. call ofth.e C. Brent, ..,, .,,... ., ,..10 sharesF. :; 12:50 p.m. 2:00 p.m.

Pensacola. 'Cooperate Pres."No.: 9 Cat S. Alcanlz.q o. A.Vucovich. ". ;I Private Wires N. Y., N, O,, and Chicago : witfcin_ruggii.! s t dar{ ;o*f two, for sale l \by ajl directors.! E. Brawaer, ". .......,. .10 shares 3:50: p.m. B:10 p.m.
620 7:00
... # .1. 4 H. H. Boyer. .. .'4. 5 shares p.m. p.m.
!1m .ylm, --" -- -- The business shalj be candueted by W_ r. : shares 8:30: p.m.* 9:00 p.m
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CHAS U. McVOY ON ChaIn..S
-- : J. A. shares Saturday only.
directors
COTTON.STOCKS.GRAlN.PROViSIONSandBONDS a Board of Three ((3) a

FOR SALEr-sA lot of,old newspapers. THE. MEAT QUESTION Pfes'.dent! 4 Vice-President and a Secretary Wi ''B. Wright.: .. ,..4... ....... 5 ghare.s'
Put up in bundles convenient fo t \ and Treasurer, the latter pf C. F. Marsh .. .-.. '.76 sharesiJ. I' Steam tr ifl tearing Pensaeola! at

carrying. Only five; cents. per. bundle. I Bought! &q4
Apply this office. i > This i; l $ matter l Ij did got want \.q;! :directors shall be elected annually at G E- Bennett! .. -.. .;:,.. 2 shares l cola and Big Bayou only to take oa,
tie 'in. I ws iumm.one4\ before the
CITY iija ?- OR- SLE-Hooton &; | Reference: First National aid Banfc Phone 1173 \ | ctty cQutQuest'.eng\ askeg\ m.fl I: a' meeting of the\ pteckhelderg! t to be H. L. Coviugtan. .po ., :2 shares) i passengers for points beyond Big
:Peoples J ; were I heW] pn the first Monday in July of F. F. Binghara" ., .!.,.," J. hare }Bayou. Steam train leading Port Bar
Watson have just {received a la.rg$ \ I had\ been offered any meat at %I rancas at 5:10: m. will stop between
I each year, and the officers shall beelected Rix M. Robinson. .... ... 2 shares I In. p.
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city showingall 4$* ,9i 4* 1 I
supply pf th.e latest maps, \ .! reduced price. stated no. ajsq : Big Bayou and Pen&aoolft only I to put
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by the Bagrg of Directors M. Cary. 1 share
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of the subdivisions.\ The maps are -----4- -- e .t t Ut4 th,? western meat w as: a hard off passengers from beyond Big
meeting held on the same day A. Greenhut ... 1 ,share I
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official and down to date and are -------- M il. I also that the I
peat to j5p<> stated Ba>09. Other steam trains will make
Until\ the firet election 1 C. F. Marsh H. G. D $lIva. .., -... ..,f. 1 share,
mounted on heavy linen. Regularprice peat has been }kept" until it fell fromthe' eHall he Presjd'ent W. J, Hannah. shall Scarritt Iforeno..t. . ... 2 shares all stops. Each electric car makes all

|2.50j fpeciaj\ price on lots. Q| b me. It was, not foiled then. be Vic?'Pr ijJ} ent, and Geo. W. John F. W. MrSb..4. .. .'. 1 share I stops.

five or more to agents or real estate I The only reason J gin 'g this I I stea( shall be Secretary apd Treasurer. C. Gunter Elmore.; ..' 15 shares i The above schedules and regula.I .

men. Hooton- & Watson. mal ADD A LITTLE EACH DAYTo is that it is corn fed \beef: and. more and Business manager nd the !!aM A., V. Clubbs . 4.; 6 shares j,I tions subject to change without notice.
olid than the native\ beef. 'I.i
Local Freight Regulations.
person shall constitute the' Ppard of \V'm.'! J{. Knowles +. ,.,?,.,, 6 shares i
FOR SALE OR RENT Two lighters The western .packing; kouse men Freight shipped by the 7:15:
; Directors.This 0. L Ba .,,. ,:.. :3 phares: I a. m.
s..1. ;
one with capacity for 75 thousand ft. a y that the western beef is inspected S J. W. Bullard .. .... ;.. ,> share!I train will be received only for points

lumber, the other thirty thousand capacity. the man: with a little money, and before killing to ee if the animal sIn I corporation shall e:JIi ist fqr C. C. Goqdjnan. ,.... .;}. sjxare beyond; Big Bayou and will not be

Rates reasonable. Also two 5004 condition! when killed! { Tflen Ninetj-ninp ((9|) years! (Fiythe date A. D. Morrison. .,. .;'. ..:... 1 shareA. I received later than 7:05 a. m. All
skiff boats for sale cheap, 22 ft. long :who wants morethe best plan ancl that It 13 inspected {ifter dressed and! of the. !issuance of letters patent tQ it. M. McMillan .\. .- 1 share other Week Day trains leaving Pen
5 ft beams. Telephone or write J, A stamped: byih'e government i inspector I sacola not later than 3:50 p. m., carry
has been the nsof 6 L. S. Brown. ... .. ... 1 share:
which \ '
Chaffin & Co., Milton. Fla. 2Smar e getting' and I caa.ei5ttfy,{ \, hat i| has a U- The highest amount of indebtedness J. S. Reese. . .... 1 share, freight for any point but freight will
than other i is toT S. stamp en every pleceof meat I Lee Dantell---------------- 2 ,shares not be received later than 20 minutes
mpre any to which the corporation shall at anytime ,
ON THE HIGH MNDr-Easi Hill elec handle! from tn g western houses) and 1: subject itself shall be Twen.ti'" T. A. Jennings. . .. 1 sharel before scheduled departure of trains.

tric car l line, pix lots 100 ft. front .' If the western parkins; houses 3.r lot' five Thousand ($35,QOOOQ) paUa,:!. M. E. Clark. .."....... 1 share, The 9:00: a. m. Sunday train may
by 137% deep\ coriers J7QO(), 'inside OPEN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT Jet along jp rested' tg meat they have I'I J. W. Lurton--------------- 1 share I carry light perishable freight undir

lots 1600. There are no better sltua .left 'over when they do not offer it 'I'M.said utlserl\leu\: subscribe to. Geo. W. Johnston .. .i'.<. .10 shares, ome circumstances by. special per

tions than these Iota. A. V. Clubbs. for sale they-,:w4U cut out shipping !, the following amount? of. stock, to-. f. 'Marston .. .... ..l. .1 shared mission. Electric car will not carry
'- western meats. .t'all I Gale Quina.. .a share freight or packages of any description
i..H.
FOR SALE-NIce. cIean} old newspa. wlth'a: good bank, and adda little each handle! home feeef a well as west: C.wit F.: 'Mash, ?0 sfesres.$%Mlt eo except medicine urgently needed.

pers at nve cents a bundle. This 9f. day, orreach week er each month. We ern beef. I have nothing to ?ay about'I' W. J, Hannah. 15 shares! . 1500.00 Total ... 13 shares I I Shippers are requested to bear theseregulations
fice. the native beef: only. the home packers Geo. W. Johnston 15 shares 1500.69 Jn mind that InoonTen'fence
will add {four cent compounded do not keep it I in the cold "stor- IBJ WJTNfSS WHEREOF, we the i may not be caused.
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REGULAR HACK U? -From Chip- before nientioned adbscrjh rs have
age long eBQusk.to! ( tender l Jt These freight regulations subject to
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ley making connections with mail serai-annually, This arrest :Was the cause of the.i Total, W shares. .J506000IN hereunto'signed.'our, names, this I 11 change without notice.
launch for points on St Andrews bay: : western packing house men askipg pie: ft the day of June.! A. D, :1906. Any further information regarding

Extra teams for traveling'men. Good if Pensacola' had a live stock inspector -: WITNESS WWEfRIJOF, we,have L. S. Buown, F. W. #;arsh, 0. L. passenger and freight schedule can be

hors.es, comfortable vehicles. Call on _ -.4 t er do hey! .ave an inspector when. before mentioned subscribers, 6 Bass. F. C: iBfent, A. Greenhut, Geo. pad by applying to the general office
this day
or :address J. C. Sinclair, Chippy, Fla the beef is dressed. I told them no hereunta signed our names W. Johnston! tee Daniell) F. E. J3raw- of the company.: -
Telephone No 74. > of June.. A. D., J9Q6, per W. A. BJount! Wl J. Hannah, C.
28apr 9.3 far as I knew, hut they had a spoil! Passengers are earnestly requestedto
C. F. MARSH
ed meat inspector. I don't think there I F. Marsh jRix t M. R*>bjnson, T. AJJenning promptly report to the general

FOR SALE-Economize by purchasing FIRST NATIONAL BANK is a' man in the packing'! house who W J.. w.HANNAH.GEO. ?, HH.. poyer J.,R. Saunders, office any inattention to duty or discourtesy .

choicest of lots on East fill! ai t would sell\ a piece of spoiled meat to JOHNSTON H. L. Covltfa-'on: J. Vf. Bullard, M. p.} on the part of employees: and -

$300 per lots no present need of paying a butcher if he \knew it and on the Florida Clark C. C. Goadman R. M. Cary, J. to make specific criticisms of service.

J400 per lot and ?750 for a 30 foci Pf PEN ACOL FLA. other hand what good would ido a State of S. Ree e, Ed Gale QuInn, Frank Mjirs- JOHN W. LEADLEY

strip of barren sand, Three, beautiful buteher to sell a piece of spoiled County of Escamb/a\ ton J. W. Lurton gcarrjk )Moreno H.t tG. :Manager.
sites of five lots each at for Before the subscribe? personally\ appeared F. Btngham A. Chaf
1500 W. H. KKOWLM.Pra B. W. K. HT B.JR.. V.-Prei an:\ CaiViar.i. meat if he got three prices for it? & F. W. Jt Hannah and p&Silva F. J. ____ .
each quarter block; not over 100 yds T T- W, BKimt and W,>T. ROB BW, .bs .O*au 't The customer would }knqw him the JJarsh.known be I fin, C, E. Beaniett Wm. H. KpQlesi ----- -T' --
from electric} car line. A. V, 'Clubbs! DlBEOTORf-r. O. Brent' W. A. Blount. \V, ij: gOQtfUi. W, 3, Pff, ,If next time when'q8'wa.nted Geo. W. Johnston tp me to Wv Wright! A. D. ilorrjson! C. Gunter -'
piece of Pensacola Sf.
a by I Andrews and
Sjune. Pt 9Pffnt the individuals' described\ !\ those Elmore, X 1f. McMillan! A. V. ,
_. meat\ names, and each acknowledged( \ that
Cl bbs.;
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-. >c. Retnectfully yours executed; the jferegajng instrument -I ... Gulf Co.
they Steamship
FOR SALE-Registered\ Berkshire .. .. ,"" ., .'" > . OHAS J.. M ,vOY. fpr the use, | aa hogs best of bfe ding. Ask for
; : i State of FI9fi1 a. STEAMER
--- -- ---- ? TARPON.
set forth.Given
catalogue. Qarl/ Setterlind, Chipley! -- '
Fla. No.__S6OS. 0, B. purphans'Testifles After Four under my. baa.d and official i ounty of s cu4a.Before .

thi i. 3 day of; June\ A, D, 1906L I the subscriber personally W. G. BARROW, Master.,
__ ,. C.W. LAMAR PresdenL! JOHN PFEIFFEB AisitUnt Cishi. YCl ara, ,seal
v c" : U. |. CLARK.Vice-f wsident and Cfstti, J. Vi. ANDREWS, Asttait Ca ilil, tM.W@ appeared W. A. mount, F. C. Brent F. FIRST-CLASH. PASSENGER AND
FOR S. iE---{One\ Jersey an\ Holsteincow Q 9, purhans," of Carole; Center, Notary Public- E, &awner, H. H. Boyer W. J. Hannah FREIGHT BEKVJCB

witli young calf. Apply to JKss: N, y., write Pi; ;&oit fQur mr4afO r.r: comra'ssiQB' expires Oct 17, 1907. J. A. Chafflii, W, B. Wright, C. F. -BetwiI'\In-

Alice M. Strother Big 4yui.: nnw'FOR THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK entirely wrote yeu cured ftating pf that I ha4 -..- .-- Marsh, H. L. Cbvlngtan, F.I.. Biag-: PENSACOLA. MOBILE. A PA LAC HU&
teen a (!severe kjdney >
R, M. A. COLA. CARRA BELLE. ST. ANDREWS
Rix M. Cary -
:13 GIVEN thaLwe ham. Roj1nson
HERESY
|rai )la by ,taking ]Ie$:) than two NOTICS ,
SALE-Don't fail to get my OF PCNSACOL*, Fl,.. bpttlea of Fo'ey'g' KiiJney Cure, It the undersigned, will en the 16th Greenhut II. G. {DeSllva Scarritt Moreno M1LLVILLE.

prices. I carry a full line of build; DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED' STATES entirely |tQPpe4 the brjcjt (Just sedimfgt day; of July 19Q6 apply to the Gaver-i I F W. Marda, C.' Gunter Elmore, And all point on St Andrews 'ay

Jag material l, Saga, dpori and\ blinds arid pain an<| gymntoms of kjcl.ney nor of the State of Florida at Tallahassee A. V. Clubbs Wrti. H. Knowies 0. L. Carrabelle and APatahlcoIL5CHEDULE .
iI specialty. Joel Frater, Baylen St. CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $UO.OOO. Disease d\sapBeared\ { aw glad\ for letter patent in.eorporat- Bass J. W. BiiMipd.
"h4r< J 7iu9FOR DIRECTORS. tq say that I haye never haij l a return' lug ug and our associates! under the A. IX Morrison AJ. Ms JteMiliaa L S. Leare Fenttcola auadij, ':31
J. S. Rea Lee panlell/ T. A. for ?Mobile AJa.
of of those symptoms following: charter, to-wit: Brown B.
SALE-16 mUch cows one bull Henry L. Covlfigton' Fran Reiy|| F, f. ftrlwRer, four any years that: have elapsed during and I the We; F. C. BRENT. F. E. BRAWV\ : Jennings, If., El .Qferfc; J. W' Lurton Leave Pensacol, Tuesday 8:30 p.,
J. Pf lffer W. S RosasQo, C, W. Lamar, am 'F, ?Marstqa and Ed tor St. Andrews WilJriUe .
W. JQhjaspn,
for sale cheap. (Must be sold by M. ? evidently cured to tay cured. anJ NER:, H. H. BOYER, J. A. CHAFFIN Geo m. 4p.
.!luh 1st. Apply to A. Herschkovitz Bryan Pinwpd Y. T. F, McGourln, J. R. jiiinder W. J. HANNAH, W. B. WRIGHT, C. Gale Q'uina, J. -Saundexp and C. E. Ja 'nicola. Carrabell and Intitmed1&LtPQints.
A. M. Avery, W. II. Milton, 0), E;, ('Maura, heartily recommend Foley'g Kidney L RIX Bennett, ln.owj9 me to be the in<}ividuals .
H
COVINGTON
VVarnngton Fla. F. MlARSH. ;
-,. __. ._ ".'L .. .}6jlw._.. W. .... Cavvthop.. Dr. W, J. Hannah, McKeiuU: : QertfOfl.. Cure gt to bladder any oae trouble suffering for from sale kidney by M. &OIBJN( o."i F F. BjS'GHA'M: R. .deserrbed bJr"thoHe p'aHles. and For additional IsformaHon J. E. SAUNDKR3.t apply C,i
C. M Covingtqn M. ckrlc l .
Alex McGawin. nowledge4lthat4ljcy executedthe
De-, each ac>
FOR SALE-A team of goCqll ii, W. A. ''D'Aembd1' druggist and M. GARY, A. GRJ WT, H G, |t COBB, i'rNldent.Gen. .
for the
ApPI to XJojse.DeLeon at new'power Safety deposit boxes for rent at }UlO, J3JO' and {5,90 th. year. Priv&to. apartm, ,,fltin apothecary- SILVA' SGARROTT }fORiE. O. F. W. foregola instrnment therein set ferth. uses I rrtand PASS.Peaiaeola. Ag.

houe, navy yard. lojunelw eflnnieUofl: for the cepveneBC; | |of? cvstoinirJ, ,. .- -- ...---- JfiARSH' C. GUNTER ELMORE. A. V. and purposes un4er hand and official! Fla.
.. CIUfr3VI. H, KNOWUQ3.: O. ]. Given my
FOR SALE -NIcef- Clean old newspa. Four per cent interest PaId ,n TI". Depoaitf.L $100 REWARD BAS'. J;W. BUIJLARP. C. C. GOOD' seal!'this 11 day of June A. D., 1906.1W11'iLW I. _. _. .. ._. .. _
CA3LPBELL,
All who'e'and MAN OiX W. JOHsNflTOiN: AMOiRRaSON D.
pers. useful homeor
at
of $100 will be \Iven for M. MoWULAN L. S. Notary Public .
A reward- A. [ H
in
your store.. Only five. cents per 1.i- :: _. .. ... of My commission expires Dec. 14, 1907. LLRRffAUTfI
bundle. ,. ;. :i -h &- to- the capture Jaqe Haney/ escaped! :BROWN J. S. REESE LEE DANIELL,

-, -, -__- .____-- from, convict camp! pescriptipn! ( ; I F. MARBTON 5D. GALK QUtNIA T. -: .!,, -- '- .
AUTOMOBILE.g.-l HILTON OBE&S PKMID1MZ. T.H. WI 1oL'II:1.: Tws-Fp5jJ feet T inches; 139 pounds; medium A. JEJTfNlNGS! JH. E. CLABK, J. W.
Pupa Mfg. Ca.; and can am sell gen you* for autos the 1 a BU5yf ,4t3T'-' Hi ejnSLO lQtkio t bijH
from J50U 00 Vp. They cost less than, Citizens National Bank eye's, b.lack.hair.!" ; complexion black; BEN'N-BTT' and 'W. A. BLQUNT, all an4CONVENTION'RATES

horses to keep up. They! can be :wediuni fejehead; medium ears i round of Pensacola, Florida, do hereby make -
in sand or anywhere a horse. can run of Pellsao 1a, Fortd1n1Rtcrpu' DoSe; medium mouth; good teeth; application for letters patent, incorporating I -
go.
Leslie E. Br ok.. round chin; short neck; square shoul-- us and our assign into a I'Avc JrT
a... WWrIgh. 2orriea T.R.Wllis. X.\Q q. 7iltG".,: 4ers; length of feet 10 inch.es; Tacclgcar corporation in accordance with the Round trip suouner excursJOHj fropi

FOR SAuE-Ten' 4 pf/v/ '4t, eivKj/vc! / waive* TR4PSACTEO. n&Uq; on left arm. Laws of the State of Florida under all points east tQ Pacific coast and
new aqd second northwest from June J to September'
.. YATtf B .QTi BR5 QAJ4P, the Rowing( charter:
second band safes ,
office different '
U--
; : : .t J5 with special stopover prWicgea,

Scarritt sizes best makes at bargain prices _,_A,," --r- : .L, '. t. & l. .. __. r.. CAutQUmen\_ The name of the corporation shall good returning tQ October 31, 1906.N. .
Moreno; office- East! Government BofliI : be fcAK&VlW A.'TEN: COMPANY, E. A. meeting. at Los Angeles: ,
St CREW NOTI5S
..., ... ,.., ... 24nar City of Pensacola_ Improvement Neither the captain,0wnter and Its principal 'place of business July\ 9-13. t Peaver I -
Elks ffleetto's poloJuly
FOR SAL ; each. Dated\ J$06. Maturing January consignees of the Pensacola!! Florida. -
-Fine! Hotel s.Ue: best .situation Denomination Jl.OM.OO January jet nor 2 1621. _

In the city for a tourist ho- jt, 19S6. Re4eenable, ) aa 1st, 195 6. Interest Payable gemi-Aan\jallyt a sg Huttoavood will bf re- The general nature of the business Summer rates to Colorado June 11

'el. 130 feet fronting south by 172 felt WE QFfER FQP SAUE\ THESE; BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR _AUKIN sponslbl for debts con be transacted shall be the acquisi- tQ September 50.IIotl '

''leep on Eat Government street, over- AMOUNTS' TO &UJT PUR( "... $.-". trie4 by the crew of said vesseL to tion and holding of 5uch real and personal )len' C* !!? nU.,. Portland, ._ ._
.ooking Seville! square\ and Adams 'A, M, WHITE. .CqVLr Escambia June S-2S. II -

street with opejj view of Pensacola Bank TRANSIT CO., Cbnsfgnees. \ property |In be County ex.pedieat ., Ore.Use, the splendid through! eertlce
bay, The Peoples of Pensaeofe Florida, as nay necessary 9?
UO.OQO
lap will buy, {the property. ,. CREW,NOTICE for the construction; and main.. of the BQuUierp Pacific ftpm New Orleans

Pensacola Fla.! Nether the captain tenaace of a hotel ana sanatorium, l ; Union.Pacific! from Kansas
owners
the conduct of a hotel and sanatorium City or Chicago.
JUST :. and ;
RECEIVED Large saipment! or consignees of the Br.
; a either Through Pullman tourist
Importefojy ------ ---- to said County, (Directly cars from
011.. Retail by pint 6s. "Parkwood" will be re THROUGH SERVICEVIA
llln" \by itself or through Its agents or les Washington, Atlanta Montgomery,
or larger quantity. Q. MorassJ .. sponsible for debts
Sc .. any contracted and the use and disposition ofa.11 etc, and from St, Loult :and Chicago l
Co' .. sees"
ship chandlers an ;. roers 101 t.rr. JIlt. -IJ- ,., ,.. "" .. by the crew of the said vessel.A. L.&NE.&T.H.andC.&E.i.2VestlHlttf I.
South II 0' -.... real and personal'property necessary : to California. .
PalafoL 4oct. ,.re.. .Jt.'f.' .... ... .. HOVHAND, Master, -
.,.-.,.., '.. 1ib.o1.A1. and.et.U 1.' or Convenient for the said purposes Write me for literature and lnfonation. !) thr,uh Tr 'ln Dill O
FOR PB3CHACOLA LUIB.11Vconslgneies.: CO.. doing of Incidental : TO CHICAGO *Z
SALE andthe all things
-For ,
we have in stock sanitary Ground Hydrate purposes Steam, PomestieAnthraciteW A thereto. J. F. VAN KENSSELtAER: ,, THROUGH' SLEEPERS Ana DAY COACHES
airPTecL Ln PEW ORIEAM TO CHICAGO
Tennessee Lime I Blacksmith 3 General Agent.
is
gtrc.ng paper b&: OWING CARS tERVIMa( AU. MSA18 fit SCUTE
40 lbs. at 25 cents at ware house.: A.s. OOc* J a. 4? South Palafqx fl. REMEMBER THE O, R. C. PICNIC The amount of capital stock shall 124 Peachtree St,.:' Atlanta, Ga B.n.HIUJUNtP.A.( S.L ROOflS.1Jea. AIf.rv .

V. Clubbs, corner Gregory and Alca- Yard comer Tarragona and Gonialeii rtreet Phones 8 ani 878 ON' JVNE; 2$. AND BE PREPARED be Fifty Thousand J5QOQO.OO() Pol--. R. O. BEAN. T. P. A.G.W.ELYIT.P.AI. !'(1M. u:'" TPIII.I .

Liz. ., ENJOY YOURSELF. lars divided. Into, shares of One Hunt -zw
Sjune i-----; -.- .-_. .. "h- -' .- -- TO Jal9tf ,


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1 E THE"PENSAcOCA JOURNAL THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1908I !

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I I i'YanNeed- NW N [ [EEPTER[ [ FREE MAIL BY R REAL[ l I ESTATE T T' [ 5O1E5D- ULCERsTROUI1SOMEOPFENSNE'DAN6EOij


a Pair of Light BOOKKEEPING AND SHORTHANDto

FIVE in each county,desiring to take
persons
person*! instruction who trill within 30 day' .T TRANSFERS N f[
r PORT Of WEST[ T- clip and SEND this notice to either of Nothing is" more;.discouraging than to have an unhealthy sore

:ulcer: .resist_ one' treatment after another, sometimes scabbing over r.:
l Summer Oxfords DRAUGHON'St4litheMcColl apparently getting wen, then'returning with renewed energy and becomin

I I'l Following! is a list of the real estate worse than before.. Sores and ulcers are not,'due to outside causes; if u}

FLORIDA transfers recorded yesterday, reported -I"were*, salvesplasters, lotions,;etc., would cure them. They are kept up by!a

by the_ Pensacola Abstract Co.: diseased and polluted.condition, of the blOOd.brought on by the absorption Oi
The weather demands that ..wear I John K.. Ewing;et: aL to W. T6 God. refuse and waste natters of the body into this vital fluid. These acccumtfj.!
you Montgomery, Atlanta, Raleigh, Columbia I, win, lot 23,' block .49, Maxent Tract, tions find theirVay i into the blood,usually because of an inactive and iluggUh ii

t light easy shoes, for either street of Shreveport, Dallas or Jackson ; 1100. condition of the system Nature intends that they shall be carried cg
I Andrews Miss. : W. T. ao1"in'to Geo. A.Vucovlch.1 through the usual channels pf waste, but the different .members failing
to
St.
! office wear. Our shoes possess that Panama City, on Bay, !jofs 22, 23, 24 and 25,_block 49, Max-I perform their duties properly! leave the matter to sour and ferment The
I
snappy style and appearance that men Assuming Proportionsof We also MONEY teach BY, Law MAIL, Penmanship.rocceasWlT.oirEEFDND Arithmetic ."ent Tract $1400,. M. blood then in its effort to keep: the system healthy, absorbs these poisons and
Rapidly
Letter-Writinir, Drawing, VartOOElfl&Bus1nes I ,EseamWa-..Jtea; ty ,Co. toHenry it the first' bruise; cut or wound the sore is formed, and the cons4rainage
;' like so well, while the material andS English,Banking eta Yonge and Wallace Lamar lots 6
it the
'of matter through keeps place and
11 $300,000.00 foul open irritated
a Lively City 27 Colleges in 15 States. to"-10. .lnc1u iYer block 218, New City
: finish are only such as enter into ness Capital men.17 No yeal'S'vacation success.;enter Indorsed any time.by WriteI :bus! I Tract, .$1.and other considerations.: Bo it cannot heal. Another luting cause weakening for old sores of and the ulcers blood from is the pol.

I for catalog POsmon seCured or 10m IIEFUKDn. A. C. Binkley to Henry M. Yonge, the reI .
Soecla to The JournaL- I i YOU MllsT: 1 inorderto tllomeStudyFREE, aU bf block'95 New City Tract, $1000 I of some constitutional trouble or te
I Panama City, June 20.-"Panama core MM.about M your write special now,Borne thus:Study"Idesiretoknow Offer made and other considerations; S S. S.mains of a long spell of sickness. S. S. S

: Realy First Class I Shoes-I Florida City is Deep the name Water of Port the,and'new railway West I I I in*fa . .jmh! ishad, ,Thos. E. Morey to Mrs.: Amanda R. at the fountain-head and drives out all
matter and and
miles East of -- Russell!, 662-3 ft. of the W. side__ of gems, makes a ha
I
terminal situated three
180 New ; ; ing ... As soon as the d;
St. Andrew on beautiful 1St. Andrew'sBay btsll to 15; inclusive, block PURELY VEGETABLE. ure systeu gets
immediately opposite to the passto City Tract. $275.N. tJe? )n uence of S. S. S. the Inftammat1o
Every pair made for absolute comfort I the Gulf. On a bluff, midst shady : : W.- Nicholson to E. Booker, 6 A. 1 gradually leaves; the flesh takes on a healthy color, and soon the place 11
oak groves it. is an ii'eal location. In. the NE14 of -Sec. 22 and 23. T. 3, permanently-healed. Book: ;on sores and ulcers and any medical adviceout wi .
and ease. Call for a Hanan, Cro s tt.9r N.n.llwsGo. fifr. ATJAWA.
Opposite our city ws have forty feet chart--; THE SWIFT SPfGIFtfi GA.
II IIi J. M. Muldon' to A. C. Blount. Jr.,
:i a Douglas shoe. There's a reputation I of water and room enough inside the of an undivided .one-ha'f of that portion L H --=
harbor to shelter
a protected -_.. -
sustain and you'llnot of block 5, Mrixent Tract, which I..WL -.-- -- "'
back of every pair to I navies of the world. Outside of Pen- PATENT APPLIED FOR -
!. sacola we make the claim thatwill 1 At all| Druggists. fronts 152 ft. on Chase St. by 125
be disappointed. Prices range from be conceded by all and -v: 6ded by MUS-QUIT.U MFG. CO., on Reus St., $1.00 and other ft.1 I YOU COULDN'T FIND A

$2.50 to $6.50. government naval experts to have the Jacksonville, Fla.NOTICE. eratlons. I
up best deep water port on the coast of W. H.' Davison to HenryU. Yonge j

v the Gulf of Mexico. i and Aubrey Maura frac. block 253,!, BETTER TIME THAN NOW
The Atlanta! and St. Andrew's I New City Tract, $100 and other considerations

Bay Railway Chief Engineer Mr. I
the T. E. mlles to Mamie Wilson. E; tc take up the; subject of life insurance. The Equitable:
assistants
Neal, with has run
THE JOHN WHITE STOREPhone I lines; and located terminals! wharves State and County TaxPayers 1of lot 2, and the WV, of lot 3, blk. offers many dvantages not given by others and policies.
I Tract $475. that are not only attractive but are a positive InVeSt
I I and depot This company owns | four hundreo! foot strip through the Recorded June 19. ment Send Us: your age and address.

225 205-207 S. PALAFOX i city to deep water. The rail is now I will commence June 20thto Sallie M. Brosnaham et. al to Isabella

laid from Dothan, Ala., south to make list for publication C. Ingraham, E. 40 ft. of lots 1 Insurance, Gen'! Arts

-..:__ _____ _1- _i:'...... '>;iI Campbellton, Fla., and grading is up my to 6, inclusive all\ of lot 24, W. 10 ft.i j Kno.wl.cs Bros.i .
completed to Cottonda'e. The trains of all unpaid taxes for I of lot 23 and S. 63 ft. of lot 11 and W.1 Fire, Life.- Pensc0:

I I'will be running into Panama City the year 1905 on real estate. 10 ft. of lot 12, block 14, Belmont 'L: -- -.--_- "._> .
I withn! five ''Weeks.I Tract$5200.. I'
ANNUAL5IbEic I Work is now being rushed on our Pay your taxes at once and J. XL Muldon to Aubrey Maura,lots I --=

.l I first wagon wharf.. which Is. being save the cost of advertising.J. 1 and 2 in" block 10. !lots 5 and 6 'n; ..... .4.... m.H..................................44 .
cannQt be lost and they may be used to built from the foot of our main street ]J. S. ROBERTS, block 32. and lots 5 and 6, block 35 2 J PENElAOOX.A.; y
I Harrison Ave. A sixty foot freight Dallas Tract, $1 and other consider-

reduce the premiums each year if the insuredso ;. end receiving for: stam shed and will sailing be bulfr J ssels on the to State and County'Tax CollectorBASEBALL ations.Charlotte Adams and Lena' Weadento 31$ : Iron Works and Supply Co. I

chooses A life Endowment Policy with j I deliver goods. Emma Rogers. 2 A. of land in Sec. *: Manufacturers and. Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, I
or I The steamer J. P. WUliams- made 10,. 2, 31 and joining SW% of NE% FORGINCS, MILL Akin STEAMSHIP eiinatir>.n. STEAMSHIPREPAIRS .

annual dividends in the Union .Central Lifes first stop here this week with merchandise land :purchased' by M. T. Penton,, $1 i A SPECJALTY; Prompt attention given to all orders .
I landing at the temporarydock. and other considerations.Susan day or night Agents for James JIcKay t CO.'s celebrated Log and *
F. Bnterkin to Z. Nelson, be- Timber Dogs: also chain of all descrij !oas. Office phone 123 Resldeace :
the most satisfactory. I The East Bay mall boat .now stops Following are the scores in the 'ginning a po'nt 4.75 chains! N. of phone l&29. P. 0. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mjr. :
morning and evening; to take on passengers major league baseball games played a-post on the S. line of frac. Sec. 15, .......... ...... ....t. tOO .... .
i B. S. WILLIAMS, General:Agent. for Bay points and to .. liver yesterday: T/3 N. of R. 31 W., thence N. 24.50 i -

Thiesen mall which comes at'present "to St. chains, thence W. 16 chains thence!, .........................4. ............3.......44t
; Building. Phone 608 Andrew. Our new post office will be American League. S. 6.50 chains, thence E. 6 chains,

_. opened as soon as papers are completed Cleveland., 7; Philadelphia. 3. thence S. 6 chains, thence E. 7 chains,,' :
{ and thebond of the postmaster -Detroit- 3-; New-- -York- l. thence S. 12 chains, thence E. 3 chains I I
I is accepted. Chicago 2; Boston 1.. to p:>'nt of beginning 18 A., $-tW. I i IF MEN COULD ONLY I
The Hotel Tarpon is now open and St. Louis'Washingtan'off; day. W. "Williams to J. M. Harrison,i
SHIPPING NW[ rapidly filling up with guests. Hon. NV'. of lot 1, except 13 A., Sec. 10 T.:
t Terry Richardson, Judge of the Circuit ( National League. ; 4, N. R. 31W. 27 A., $201. REALIZE :6 :
Court Montgomery, Ala., one of Philadelphia 8; SL Louis 3. F. R. Levering to D. M. Merritt, .
the guests, made the toest 'catch of Brooklyn 1; Cincinnati 3.. all of lot 5, in Sec. 14. T. 1, S. of R.3D .
r- I Cleared.CayoManzaaUlQ.Br.ss. i the week: landing a' one hundred and I Boston 1; Chicago' .if : W. 138 A., $100" and other consid the great advantages of using gas to cook with and fh' :

Cowdy,1908,|! ten pound Tarpon. Mrs; J. C. Richardson NewYork J2; Pittig' J; 15. eratons.! -.the perfect degree of comfort it affords every housewife i
for London, .with.716,640 s ft sawn I I of Greenville, Ala., holds the Rachael Fennel to Drucille NeU! and I
we are sure he.would not, rest until there was a w* .
That means good luck, but it don't timber 245.000. s .ft. lumber.Lake I mea'al for best catch made' by a Southern League. Hannah Sipllne: E 71% ft. of lot 25,; I
; require: good luck to buy good clothing Erie Ital. bk, Figari 938, for! woman having landed a 65 pound : Memphis! 5; Atlanti 7. block; 27, Belmont Tract, $1 and other cooking stove Installed in his kitchen. No coal, wood :
and furnshings! but Buenos Ayres. with 614,431 s ft lum "Silver King." r New Orleans 6; -Birmingham 2. considerations.A. ,ashes, dust smoke, or ultra-heated kitchen-Just perfect :
ber. 'McKenzie & Co., of Gay ''Fla. have Little Rock 3; Montgomery 2. A. Fisher to Jas. L. Jenkins, lot : kitchen comfort. Gas at $1.50 a thousand feet make,
Good Common SenseShow . shipped their entire stock of merchandise Shreveport 11; Nasfville1" 4. 1, block 104, E. King Tract, E. of Tarragona the most economical of fuels. :
VESSELS IN PORT. to Panama City and opened Street. $80.
your good sense by calling on Steamships.Buruby up with additional stock in" the first South Atlantic t'eague. 'Henry Smith to W. H. Mitchell, lot I
me for your Summer Outfit. Suit Hat I! Br. .as, Thomas, 2361 Galveston store building adjoining Hotel Tar Jacksonville 2; Charleston 3. lying on E. side of county road commencing Pensacola Gas Company 1:
Shoes, Hosiery and Underwear and I[ to the W. S. Keyser Co. pon. Macon 1; Columbia 4. at a stake, thence running! i I !

you best will have, the good luck to get the I Cayo Maazantllo. Br ss, Cowdy, Mr. G. M. West and wife have ar: Savannah Oi;. Augusta3.SUMMARY. E. 220 ft. thence N. 200 ft., thence S. i Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. :
goods as well as the nobbiestand 1908, Galveston to Gulf Transit Co. rived to make their futur home In 200 ft. to' point of beginning, being in:
neatest at the least money. Dora Baltea. Ital 5S, Figari. 2601, our city. Mr. West, resigned his po- the SW'% of the NEV4 and the NW% I ............. ...... ...............................:
And don't forget II carry a ful: line Genoa, to Gulf Transit 'Co. sion superintendent of 'a,'Chica.glJ QF :
of I as ,. of the SlEY i of Sec. 32, T. 6 N. of R.
Boys' Clothing, Shoes Hosiery and Dundonian, Br. 55'Smith. 2123,.New terminal railway company .to take' active 30 W., 1 A.. $200. '
Hats. Orleans to'P. CLHo Beginning June 20, to July 1. Eariswood:: Br. ss, Fayn, 1840 PL Gulf Coast Development Co. on the E< side of county hardroad' WhnAWomanIeJs
10 PER CENT DISCOUNTon Inglis to J. A. Merritt & Co. Capt Dick Madden of Texas, has commencing! at a stake, thence run-

all Clothing for cash. Federica, Aust. ss, Zar, .2261, New taken the management of the Bay The maximum temperature in this nm'g} 220 ft. E., thence N. 220 ft.,
Yours for good goods.JOS.COLEMAN. Orleans to Gulf'Transit Company. Coast Real Estate Co. Capt. Madden Depress
89 degrees, which thence W. 220 ft., thence S. 200 ft. to
city yesterday was
Huttonwood Br. ss, mite! 2533, SL 1 1SftTTf was recorded at 10:15 a. m. The minimum point of beginning being in the SW,% 1
Vincent to Gulf Transit Co. of the NEVl and the NWJi of the StE basfTeqnerab
was 75 degrees at 5:10: a. m. hes,a"bad
John L. Inglfs! Am tug, Olsen, 98, For curing 7 In h'.s summary of weather conditions of Sec. 32, T. 6, N. of R. 30 W. 1 !P t,l&.. bm 1 to sleep weU. a of DIO Jrk or1OCl1nt
Pt. 110&
ISifflls! to master. Jlece.ssar1li somo cIJ.
Indigestion, Observer Reed said: A., $25. I te a1e JIJ.& =
I Louisianan.! Br ss. \VTpod, 2385, New f' 1''s, The low area that was Alice W. Howe: et. al. to Samuel' It's
CWIRATE Dyspepsia, pressure the
212 S. Palafox St. Orleanes to the W. S. Keyser Co. central over Illinois: Tuesday m Pasco, Jr., W 4S& ft. of lots 18 to 22, I -{ Liver.
Mexican, Brit. ss, 2728, Slater, from .1pl\ Costiveness,
Inclusive, block 30 Belmont Tract, .
Phone 727. ing has moved into the lake ; Don, f&111o
New Orleans Gulf Transit Co. rn-I '* toHlay at pr
to Biliousness your dnw .
[ _- I in the northern portion of Texas, $100 and other considerations. boLUe
-- :Monviso, Ital ss, Revello, 2774, New Sick Headache depressionhas gained In energy and. Samuel Pasco, Jr., to C. 1':. Merritt, .

SAFES SAFES I SAFES! SAFES !I Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. Female Ills, I is moving eastward; showers prevailin I W. 48% ft. lots 18 to 22, inclusive BERDINE
Parkwood Br
Hubbard
ss, 1102,
Arkansas and Missouri and there blk. 30, Be'mont Tract, $1 and other
Buy Diebold Safes Cardiff to Pensacola Lumber Co. Malaria, Fever I considerations. -
have been' shower throughout the quickly and
: J
Scarritt Moreno Agent. aa- Ague, Mfssourl and upper :Mississippi valleys -II't Jas. C. Watson to J. C. bullock, Jr., j tee1l1ke elthrestore the r;
Ships.: there's noth. in the lake region the Ohio valley lots 4, 5, 16, 17 and E% of lots 3 and a l1e" --L. ....., ; boUle You II : -
L.---: Harvest Queen. Brit. :}! ship, Forsyth ing-to. equal the east Gulf and Atlantic states, 18, blk. M, New City Tract $1.00 and 50 Ca1ts.. ALL DftVGGISTS.ALJ. 4-
Rio Janiero to order.Nordatjernnen
Try a boe other considerations.
-- New since Tuesday
Nor ship, 1635. b thBters. except England in
Fair weather prevails
Iraks I1, La Guayra to W. S. Keyser ''lit IGTOMACHRS. and see. morning. advanced NOTICE.During .. D LERS.
areahas
I & Co. the west; the high :
my absence from the city,
1 Gentlfimen southeastward to Wyoming where I
Barks.Degregori ; this, IA 0, Kauffmann will have charge ofI -
I Gio Botto, Ital bk light frost was observed again
1294. i --
attend
I I my office and to my business. -
cooler southeastward ------
morning; it is somewhat
Genoa to Rossasco Bros. -
i 1 20june4t THOS. PBHLEY.BTOTON
King Malcolm. It bk Gufl 1233, Ge- to extreme northern Texas, .__n ______ _____ think of snow capped mountains and cool, bubbling
Show Your loa to Huges & Co. COFFEEWe and eaStward' to Wisconsin and upper ; you pure

Luisa, ItaL bk. 1591- .Montano, from Michigan. PRESS'THEI brooks with. the zest. of Bohemian Hops added, when you
Nolloth to m i&ter. "Fair weather is indicated for th's -

Lake Erie, ItL bit..,.92 Efigan, Bas- vicinity tonight and Thursday with drink A. B. G BOHEMIAN BOTTLED BEER.
Good Cents som to Masters are 'the Pioneer light to fresh southwest winds.." I

burg Monrovia-Nor to order. bk 1449. Aase, Ham- Coffee Roasters of' The Very Best Remedy for Bowel II I //f 1f..j. THE PURITY OF A. B. C. IS THE A, B. C. OF PURITY.

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and get 'goo:! values. Port Sonoclan, Uruguay;'bk. 1112, West Florida. TroublLr. .
"'!hen you show your Ferres, Mentevideo to German' American } M. F. Borroughs, an old and
good cents here, it is a LJbr.' Co. well-known resident of Bluffton, Ind., WHY WE, CALL IT C.

signal for a display oft Spero, Nor. bk,-.,623, Bostig, Las says: "I regard Chamberlain's Colic.
the nobbiest and swellest Palmas .' McHUGH'S BLENDS Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy as the 11

summer clothing Sterling,. Nor bk,- Ellepsen, Lablta very best .remed for bowel trouble _
i. Bay to order.. make this statement after having A.B.C.BOHEMIAN
S :hoo e'rs. used the remedy In. my family for- .
Hats, Shoes Donna Chmt'na' Am sen, McLeod. have no equal. A trial several years. I am never without I Ill

165 Belize. wiliconvincethecon.nolsseur It" This remedy is almost sure to -
and Elizabeth T. Doyle,-Am*'sch, Crouch. be needed before the'summer is over. '

r, 641, New York to order. that we Why not buy it now. jm:} be preparedfor .>
Furnishings Frances T.. Tunnell.. Am sch. Tun.. such an emergency. ? For sale\ by 'The Sinplwt Sarett-6fertHuflett -
make no extravagantclaIms. -tnd only Perfect -
P'1tlad:
nell.1239, lphla-to order. all druggists.
..
.. WMlUnj Pea. No(tin filler '
' Marrow,N..Cob\>,.Am sch, Saunders. _0 lak to.pm-u doUigTOll1l1flpI7ptSthCbttOflU Because we go.to Bohemia every
: Pensacola. : '
found in
To be or flaking
26'0-Havana. master; SPECIAL NOTICE.
In fact you couldn't year and :obtain our supply of
Barkentlne. Rathbou'e Lodge, .No. 30, will meet
find better quality go Hubert Fuller,'Ant barkenUne, 679, Wholesale and Retail i iGROCERS next Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.All 1&the picture Iii)wd 4&iL"the pen filii I Hops 'from 'tHg'test hop produc- j
where you will Our Stet. Nash Port of Tampa) to C. W. OH: members are urgently requested distrkt of that little
son Hat soft and stiff,at vet, to be present. Visiting members are,: Writsth1astantItto4lGs tin ing country j
$3.50 is a winner; other Brig. cordially invited ,tb attend. Degree paper which grows: the finest quality .

Hats from $1.50 up; Jennie JIurlbert, Am brig Wright: : work. : Eagle$150Hash I '- of hops in all the world. We .
Straw Hats at any old 418, Havan'ato'J. A. Merritt &. Co. ,;-. MIAMSON! '
price with some mighty! and all kinds of Feed C.J.LEVYKofBand.S. C: go to Canada for the best 1'

good ones at 75c and a THE ORIGINAL Barley gro'wnin all the world '
,.
dollar. Summer negK- & Co., Chicago, Stuffs.Pluto Notice Fair-child's awning ad. in the: No.n with 14 krzt.olidgoU
.
Foley originate "We"use the best
: gee Shirts 75 cents and a pea point-fiaett vulcanized | only materialin
Honey and Tar as a throat and lun "For Sale" column today. rabbet and fully naruieed. -
dollar. I .
' remedy, and on account of the grea Lag!."f'IaaI1"' No.25 brewing
merits -and popularity of .withgoMbanda$2.50 "
Foley'sHonej'
Water aa'cises that inquiries: are ..pouring' I I EM!* "f1ufa"Mo.26laiTvuze. A .1 1ht
and Tar imitations
many
an .
from other states for information re-.1 1 $3.00thd$00 B. C. BEERS
offered for the genuine. ThesE Jib. ,DaAmadcaIlBrewiDgC
investors
garding our new city by .
worthless imitations have simila. ;I.i' Sold by Stt&eenaadOdbaStm ST. LOUIS.
! Panama' City will certainly be heart
O. ANSON sounding names. Beware of them Wholesale and Retail from in the future.Preparations I
H. The genuine Fpley: Honey and Ta; r" Atk TOUK DEALER. Ube :
is in'a yellow package. Ask for i for a'mamouth picnic::i dooa dl jot tie lapeL THE only Beer bottled EXCLUSIVLY at the Brewery to
and barbecue' to be held on the Fourthof L "FLASH"Foutaia Pau tiem
and refuse any substitute. It is thi. end the retail price direct to St..Louis. -Therefore the 1 be
Beer
CASH' CLOTHIER, best remedy for coughs and colds New Orleans GrocefyCo, July are points under to way the 'fact and every that we Indication lito Each pea a Iol1ld,11WIllIeeL only whose PURITY can

W. A. lAlemberedruggist. am i : crowd absolutely GUARANTEED.: *
J will haveone.01 tha largest Pencil Co.Jdui&ctnren
: Eagle .
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:
Corner Palifox! and Main apothecary.. ever, congregated in the Bay Coun Nil COLORING
Jas. McHiigh., try. The.'oakvtreeg in the parkharE: ,. | Distributer, PIHSICOU
Now York
34 Btudwa
Notice Fairchild's awning ad. in th now trimmed and the band stand i il /
"Fop .5al Ie" column, today Phone 05.. Proprietor l gajnted whit ... ; -- .
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