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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 22, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-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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GOVERNMENl WILL ,BUILD DEMONStRATION.N FOR FOURTEEN. MONTHS i





LOCK CANAL AT PANAMA IN RUSSIAN. N A. HOMELESS NDERE'PENSACOLA to ,





.I Senate Takes k Position in Accord A NOTED OPERATOR IN, HE HOUSE[ ON THE CREST Lewis Silcox Now En Route Home 1 f


With President and House of AMERICAN COTTON MARKET After Harrowing Experience .


Representatives I OF A WAVE OF PROSPERITY in Foreign Lands.



President. Forced. to,Close Session



QUESTION SETTLED if TL1S : for an Hour Explanation.BIALYSTOK During Ministerial. I SPIIPPIflRI OP f fN Business of Greatly the Port During Has the Increased WAS CAST ADRIFTIn




long Contest as t to Type of Water- Past Twelve Months. Antwerp Without Money, Decent

f '. : N NAVAL l BILL IN

way Finally Ended. f 't. r x s.I RIOTS Clothing or r Friends.

I BELIEVED MALLORY LINE WILL

II I II 3 M .3"" SOON MAKE THIS A rPiORT OF -
MOTION TO TABLE SUBSTITUTE I
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I ATTIRED IN RAGS AND COVERED

FOR SEA LEVEL MEASURE I Massacre Cut Short Debate on HOUSE[ CALL-WHAT NEW TEHAUNTE- WITH VERMIN' HE FINALLY


th Question of PEC R. R. AND PANAMA CANAL
LOST BY A DECISIVE VOTE- Equality. LANDED: IN AN ENGLISH PRISON

BALANCE OF DAY IN SENATE I II I -I 1 ,* ',. \ MEAN TO THE DEEP WATER -cAPTAIN OLSSEN TALKS* OF


DEVOTED TO PRESIDENTS 1 I rr, SERIOUS,- ,. -'MUTINY. AMONG.. ARTILLERY Detailed Plans of Big BattleshipMust CITY. CASE-COMPLETE STORY OF


TRAVELING. EXPENSES.By : FORCES AT SEVASTOPOL Be Reported to Congress FARMER'S ADVENTURES.:

FINALLY SUPPRESSED: -LANDOWNERS "P. nsa.oola is today on: the 'crestof

J ;roAc Before Acceptance.By the greatest wave of ,prosperityin

Associated Press. ABANDONING ES- her history," said' Secretary W. C. Friendless! and penniless; homeless

\\'ish'ngton! June 21. The Senate i, TATES IN PROVINCES' OF TULA,: Associated Press.". Jones, of the Chamber of Commerce and in a foreign land; attired only in

'dad took a position in accord w.th: Washington, June 21t was late to a' Journal representative yesterday i rags and covered with vermin; languishing
::l.t sident and house of CfAN'C' KUS C- I If I t
pr represen- + -1'| In the day:-before:"the house took up as be turned from his work in: in an English prison as &

t t.'e3 by dciding for a lock canal i i the pure food' bill. The delay was i I i the fine new quarters of the organization i vagrant while an oM! mother at
fcis: the Isthmus of Panama.: This Ft caused by a long discussion of the i
Jress.I on DeLuna street in a.nswerl) home far across: the water, worried
j-.i.:l was reached shortly after three Associated F FSt conference report on the'naval bir.1 to a query by the reporter. '"/I isI I and anxious, awaited news of her
o.' 'x c :;:, after a day's d.scasjlonh : By a close vote the conferees'
June toBy evidenced in many ways, not the' missing son. Such have been the experiences -
:':.- almost devola1 of ;interes1iit I Petersburg, 1-Owing I
was instructed to concur' in the senate
least of which is the fart that a large!; of Lewis SIlcox, the farmer
incidents quite out of kecoin s c demonstrations: of a : I
the
repeated I amendment providing that the types : '
4 amount of outside capital Is being from near Bluff Springs, who left hereon
\' :: i tue impcrtanc? of the subject. of toil and constitutional displacement' and tonnage of the
I group radical invested in the city. The exports, the Swedish bark Dharwar for Ant
There; was. only one recorded \ote d' democrats during the ministerial big battleship be reported to congress I as shown by the statement publishedin werp fourteen months ago, and who is!
ia: connection with the measure: that before: any proposal was accepted.The .
I explanation in the lower houseof The Journal a dar or so ago, also: today probably en route to his home
(' J111n! g on a mot en to lay oahe pure; food bill then occupiedthe '
I I bear out the assertion I have Jim from New York.
t.'be! the lock type substitute: for the .parliament this afternoon the house until adjournment,
I made showing as they dc, that the More than ordinary interest was
to level bill which was"made by I4 R president was compelled to close the Mann making an interesting spe Mr'l I business of the port in exports alone'I' created yesterday morning when the

down .
and voted
Stnator Bevcridge ,\ session: for an hour; will be fully $3 000,000 in excess of story of the farmer was told in a spe-

Thirty one to six. The'vote was con I The impression produced: ; by the COMPLETE AGREEMENT' I I their value for the previous> fiscalyear. cial to The'Journal, and hundreds of
division I ; THE
:sacred: decisive and no was FPBmJIfJ- ON ATE BILL I
persons in the city, as well as county,
B.'alystok: had the effect of
asked for on of the sua I massacre
acceptance
"What ig being done by the Cham1 -, discussed the manner in which he had
st lute.Ta II,, cutting short the debatf on the question By Associated Press >er of Commerce in the way of advertising left Pensacola, and his story of his
vote is generally: a?; Washington June 21.-An under
accepted of : privileges- and ,
abrogating the advantages of the trip through! England! and final arrivalin
ending a long contest and df3nit': reached by the
standing was conferees "
Russians'-on ?
I placing all an equality I city New York. Additional Information
ly se'tl'.ns: the type of the canal.: R the ratebill t i before th; law. J on "I am continually sending out secured from various parties and in
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etr.tly there has bern a stew 'y gain: 'Whatever it is predicted will resuU in a com
hostility-exlstetf matter of
agalsst printed every descriptionthat different quarters yesterday, make the
by the lock advocates, notwlthstanl;' I I i granting equal rights- to .the Jews i plete agreement. It will- ti", presentedto I.can lay my hands on. We havea story much more interesting and throw
: reports that the canal commir! ,-,- the house : -, .
i.g .! -- -- I, disappeared after a strong speech by to.mqrrow.$50OOO.fIRE mailing list of several, thousand I more light upon the condition: of the

j>iII:} and board of consulting: ,2njii. }I, ''Stichpliin, chairman ,of the par names, and this list is being a' 'dad to man after his arrival in England, and

.< rg were against that plan. i !lament commission which went to I{ constantly. The names are secured'' the months of and anxiety of
worry
reraker'and Senators Kitter Tick: dge spokebrieily Cullora Scott onc.e ,,iG i CQPONATJONK1NG H N f P E.N N SYLVANIA N ( Bialystok, who appealed- for ,Instant 'from various trade pUblicaU us/from his mother; at Bluff Springs. It is
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action 4TlANit\:, the po/brrcations/ Issued *y other 'through'the kindness of those res'd-!
hill today. iN"
The entire sublet ws referred to : Chambers! 'of Commerce and Boards ing around the latter place -that Silcox

Thp remainder of the day was devoted : ; committee of thirtj-tsfiree.wlth: ,instructions *' ..,. 3 rr, srws ,, c ,-." Trade: and various,.other, 'sqnrces Jn .was-enabled .tq reach New York, 'and
discussion of the 1r !
to amen : \
to .\ \ this m&nntr'We get'a great man/ inquiries
report
as goon as pos- maner- has also been forwarded there
,'cut of thp sundry ciril bill app'roprig' HAAKONS N CAR SUPPLY sfble. By Associated:Press .- from people who---are interested for his transportation home.
; : ng!:; twenty-five:! thousand dollars! section
Atlanta! June,21.- iFire this eveningin in the development! of tafo Mentally Dull.
ft< : l in i' president's- traveling ex- '. FORTRESS ARTILLERY' : the Afanta Iron& Spring Bed t om- and each of the injuries is answered It should be understood to begin

I'' ''''Sf'''. : MUTINIES AT SEBASTOPOL pany's plant and lumberard diJ -damage with a personal letter. Not only this, with that Lewis Silcox is mentallydull

of between fiftfyand: sxty; thous- but every inquiry is followed up with due probably to injuries received

JOHV M. PATTISON I T TODAY l'Large : : SYSTEM r Moscow, 'June 21.-:; DespatcbAs .from and dollars. < .' ,..' "-' I I1 subsequent letters and every effort| from a stroke of lightning when a

Sevastopol describing the mutiny->say '--1 .' ,I made to interest outside parties in'the boy, and added to this is the fact

a company of fortress artillery sent i city and the country tributary to that he was raised! on a farm seven

IS lAID AT REST I to disperse a meeting on the boulevard UNVEiliNG.. BYCENTURY ; it." miles from Bluff Springs, rarely visited

refused to do so and later I The Mallory Lin*. Pensacola, and consequently was

Crcwds Arriving in Trondlvjem Explained! to Interstate Commerce were disarmed by a Brest regiment CAMP 'Mr. Jones, what has ben done unaccustomed to the ways of a citv.
Yesterday a battalion of the same L I I with reference to inducing the Mallory His predicament upon being put

SIMPLE; SERVICES ATTENDED BY artillery in smypathy with their com I steamship line to make. Pensa ashore in a foreign land with only
I -Wm. J. Bryan Commission by Official "
HIGH STATE OFFICIALS- I Amongthe rades took possession of the north cola a port of call? five shillings must have been pitiful.

side batteries broken into the maga- INTERESTING AND[ INSTRUCTIVE "We have been given the greatest Captain Olssen/ Innocent.

LJSINESS CEASED 2 Visitors. of that Line.By zine and trained the guns on the city -Sf t*- encouragement both by the Pensacola Captain Olssen! of the bark Dhar
CEREMONY OVER GRAVE OF shippers ant by the managers of the which Silcox Is
Last night .a Brest regiment and a war on shipped, prob-
HOURS.By line and I believe that the
companv ably innocent towards
regiment of engineers surrounafed: the fany wrong
Associated Press MARK MAYO. JR.
will eventually decide to at least
Silcox. The latter shipped boardas
By Associated Press. mutineers, who submitted without a on
Washington, June 21.To'ay's
make the experiment A representative -
able bodied the
an seaman, and
Trondhjem June 21.The palace session of the Interstate Commerce fight. I
the
of the Mallory line was in
master did not discover that the man
Associated Press. The populace was terror-stricken.
was astir: early: this morning to re Commission hearing was for the purpose A most interestin'g and instructive city on Wednesday and I bad a long knew nothing of the sea until the ves-
:Milford 0., June 21.-After a sim- the railroads .
all ceive theFrench. American, Italian, of allowing to sub- UA'N'B' : OWNERS FORCEDTO ceremony was held at Century, Florida talk with him on the subject. We sel had put to sea and the mate ordered -
1 1..1' funeral service attended by mit testimony they might desire.
any went the matter carefully and
l last Sunday by the Century over Silcox aloft to unfurl the san .
,
Austrian and Dutch Embassies before on
the officials the : ABANDON ESTATES
high state remains of the
John B. Thayer, Pennsylvania Camp No. 55, Woodmen of the World, he. assured me that when the matter_ Then the discovery was made.
in) John M. Pattison, late governor King Haakon proceeded io the railroad explained the methodof in
to the
was presented company I
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and
_of a monument Olssen, who
unveilin'g Captain is In
in the now porton
'I Ohio: were laid to rest this afternoon royal yacht Dan'nebo'rg, to greet his car supply and ,distribution! of that St. Petersburg, June 21.---Agrarian' memorial service to the memory of concrete form there was but litt'e the bark, loading of lum-

the family only being present II brother Prince' Christion n of Den- road. He said the system was the disturbances are extending in the Lafayett Mayo, a deceased mem doubt that the management would decide ber and timber, a cargo
Mark
: was seen yesterday
a' ;the grave. By a proclamation of growth of experience growing out of provinces of Tula, Orel and Kusk, with the!ol- to have Its Mobile steamers
nrark. : ber of the Century Camp,, afternoon by a Journal reporter, and
(.1I\'t'rnm Harris there was general lpssion,< during the strike period. He where land owners are abandoningtheir officiating call at Pensacola, both coming from
"'' -,-t-rvance throughout the state by, The first vessels of.the'fleet of 'excursion said there were fifteen thousand individual estates. A large land owner of lowing officers C. C. ;of Live Oak and going to New York. The service I talked unhesitatingly Silcox. and interestingly
H Longford, regarding
>anon of business between two steamers: are arriving) and cars In operation on the Kiev province Is importing six! machine W. C. C.. is a weekly one and the voyage from "
Camp, No. 1, Pensacola, acting I "This man, said Captain Olsaen,
.iiKl, {four o'clock, the hours of the fu-I crowds. Pennsylvania system and their use guns from England with the New York to Pensacola would consume
bringing large Adv. Lieut. I
/ ''Smith Acting "with two others aboard
E.
O. came my
Intention: of it out with the
n.! 'Ul. arouses the suspicion and jealousy fighting approximately 6 days. If this
!
'William (t/ Bfyan has arrived to attend J. T. Lewis, Banker. ship with Peter Delano the night be-
i of the small shipper. peasants. '' line can be secured, ani I see no I
B. CaSkill'Escort: 4 fore we sailed. All s'gaed for the
X.
I the ceremonies. I Frank Ho l'f' of the Pennsylvaniaadmitted reason why it will not come in the
G. W. Youngblood, CleVk. I voyage, Silcox signing as an A. B.
HEAVY
FIRE LOSS
I The coronation ceremonies begin at having recelv&i1 coal company 'Aery near future, !it will mean a
and I
J. T. Boutwell, Watchman. man thought they were all sea
eleven o'clock to11lorrow.DIRECTORS stock but said that he had returned McGOURIN CASEFURTHER great deal to the city."
A. N. Knowles, of Live Oak Camp, men of the first class, and did not
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it recentFLOODS \ Railroad.
AT YAZOO CITYBy No. 1, PensacoX! as Master of Ceremonies Tehauntepec know any better until the next morn
OfEQUITAPLE NOT YET SETTLED "Do you believe the new railroad ing, when we got out of Pensacola
the Mexican
AND FIRE CaP F. A. Boghich, Pensacola! Re- recently completed the by Isthmus of harbor and began unfurling sail. Then
government across
I citation of Poem. the mate, who had ordered the men
will be beneficial to
Tehauntppec
,
AssociatedPress.. LIFE R. P. Reese, Orator. aloft, discovered that Silcox knew
Yazw City, June 21.-The Paducah I, DESTROYS TOWN LITIGATION OBABLE' The members from Pensacola participating I this' city? the nothing about a ship, and could not
i "Yes, it will certainly increase
Cotton Oil Mill! was destroyed( by fire. FOR POSSESSION' OF LAND in the exercises were present!I even walk on deck when the ship was
in time
,
t lusiness> of the port, and,
this! afternoon. The loss Is one hun- and participated .by..invitation from line of I rolling. Wfty, instead of a first class
will undoubtedly be a
dr 'tl I '*i'd fifty thousand dollars ADMINISTRATION )TICKET NOMINATED PRIVATE ADVICES 'SAY THAT AT DeFUNIAK.The the Century Camp. II there steamers connecting Pensacola with seamen I found he was a man over

marched in body from, fifty who could not
a years thrpe
The camp go
of the railroad
AT MEETING IN NEW I the eastern terminus
LARGE SHIPMENTS OF SAGU'A' LA' G..RANDE, CUBA. their lodge room to the residence'! of: where I understand extensive docking feet up a ladder. Oh yes he would!

LUMBER AND TIMBER YORK YESTERDAY. .DeFuniak' Springs Breeze says: i the parents of their deceased brother,!I facilities are being prepared try hard enough, and was willing, but
HS BEEN WIPED OUT. I the father and mother -' he was too old to learn.
from which place
The Supreme Court last week with a view to making the line a
Ltushpr I i Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mayo, and relatives "But he was there at eating time,
and( t'mber to the aggre handed down a decision in the long competitor with the all water route

fat''' of o\er 3.500.000 superfic'al feet By Associated 'Press drawn out case of T. F. McGourin vs. I were escotted'to the cemeter.1The I Ij via the Isthmus of Panama. when the and sea-sickness had no terrors for
w.ts ('It lrd local custom Associated Press. ceremony at the grave, where a the him. He could eat as much as three:
from the I New York, June. 21.-The so-called: By the Town for the possession of the government shall have completed,
hunt esterday on two vessels, which administration ticket fqr the ,twenty-, New Orleans,
So ''j foreign ports. I eight directors to" be selected by the cablegrams report' the destruction of old postoffice stood, making the in-i i was participated i In by the full "I judge from press reports that against! us giving some wormy
The < which' Grande Cuba of ,I camp and a large concourse of friends. of material the Isthmus biscuits to a pig we had on board,
tamer John Bright, policy holders at. tie next annual Sagua la a town junction perpetual, which in substance of this the shipment jto
('It'a' :" ',1 1 for Liverpool, carries a cargo" in December was named today thirteen thousand inhabitants in Is to the effect that his title The ritualistic ceremony I of Panama will begin in the near and said they were good enough to

ot 1 l'1::::1000) feet of sawn timber and meeting of the, Equitable Santa Clara province, Cuba, by floods' to the land is good. order for these occasions: is perhapsone future. Do you think Pensacola will eat, and he eat them too.
8.17; ''MM.' feet Mex- by directors The from of the most impressive ever invented fair share of this business?" "W.ell, he was of no good to the
of lumber, while the Life Assurance Society. The ticket and fire. news comes rep- The grounds upon which the Jecision get a j
!1pan for the same port has a cargo i all the ,present policy holder resentatives of local firms. was made seems to have and though' thiswas the first "Pensacola is the nearest deep]i ship, except to sweep the deck whIch' .
I j comprises
f 781,000 occasion for its rendition by the Century the Gulf of Mexico to he did on the passage over, and as
superficial! feet of sawn directors except .D. Cady Herrick been that the original map of the water port on
. : rand 42,000 of lumber. I and Mr. Albright resigned.Ftre TOOK OVERDOSE OF town did not dedicate this propertyas Camp, all united in saying that the Isthmus of Panama and it is but I soon as we finished discharging at
its.full beauty and significance was natural that trade should seek the Antwerp I let him go. I had reduced
addit'onal: 'directors were elect- MORPHINE AND FELL ASLEEP a park, or if it did that it was not .
REQUISITION MADE FOR edThe resignation of George J. a;; street as the ordinance passed emphasized.The shortest route. There is 'hardly al him from $25.00 to J12.50 per month

NEEDED EQUIPMENT Gould a director was received. Albert Dickson, a white painter, sought to make it, and that it had not camp at Century is composedof doubt that the near future will see on account of him not being a sea
as : floe a body of men as can be of steamers from this city to man.
took an. overdose of morphine early been so accepted by the public and as line
found in any comm nitp. The hospl-i and it is more than probablethat I "I was amused at Sllcox in Antweru!
Colon
1'I\!' :local postofflce authorities have last night and was found asleep on a i kept open to use. ,
ifcrd'al treatment accorded he had been of no service to on
Uable and of all As us
proportion the
''\'en made requ'.sit; the postWct INTERC"ANGEABlEMilEAGE' lumber pile near the corner 'of Main Unless we are very much mis a large sup
> department for upon some needed and Tarra'gona streets by the police.: taken however, there is another way the visiting de'egatioa: was greatly:i plies for the canal will be. forwarded. the voyage Ji> placed him as watchmanover
the dock.
q.'j1rr.'nt: The man was taken to the po'.ice of reaching the sari end, and the appreciated. from here. some cargo on Imaginemy
at the local office, and as ,SYSTEM I surprise one night: when going
station where he allowed to remain Is yet far from being settled. Trade With Japan.
6f'.hst'al was question
., year Is SOOJ1"to begin, it is TO RUN.FOR I aboard to see Silcox with a beaver
DECLINES "In conection with the
t"' !t'\'t'd that be, until he was in condition to take One peculiar thing about It Is that commerceof
11
the .
requests w OF MICHIGANBy hat and a cane walkIng and down
Kianted. I care of himself. the first attorney to vpress an open GOVERNOR! the port, continued }rr. Jones, "I up
to call attention to the the dock. They had been given him
McGourin had title want your
Mr. no
One Press ion that
In-. and is for a telephone for the buIld-I By Associated. 21.The announce-< FALL RIVER MILLS: to the land is the one who gained the. Associated Press phosphate shipments to Kobe and by the mate and he presented a rath
another Jun
a typewriter, whiles I Atlanta June 21.Wood ludicrous appearance with his other
Mich., Several er
Saginaw, Nagasaki, Japan. cargoesthe
n.e other I made ,to-day 'bythe rail GRANT BIG INCREASE case for him.
equipment has also been: ment was :
: whoa
Ferris, of Big Rapids, Tennessee have been dress.
.'' will bndge N: product
ked 15 there -
forAssistant.
!
< that beg'.nlng.July
roads Naomi Lodge, No. 10. as nominated for governor the sec shipped to Japan recently and< I am "Silcox: had been gven advance
mileage By Associated Press. I
Postmaster T'ppin is now bo two interchangeable systems last week has for clothing In Pen'acola, and
,
tinG democrats informed that the money
Fall' June Zi.The'cotton Staff members of Maoml: Rebekah ond by authoritatively
hll\y
southeast. River
on his annual reports, which: covering. the .entire nomination spying: thereis when I paid him off he did not have
decline the business will be developed on a large
10 are requested to assem-
manufacturers of No. ,
(
0\1'S the business for the office for This result was brotjght about by rn-J this city have grant Lodge officals! at
enthusiasm the much. He told the
enough among seals. The business is :nowbeing very
not
'their tonight 7:30 o'clock
hall at
the their
operatives fourteen ble
cent
"Protective ed at
fiscal .Travelers per
of
year, which eads this efforts the. warrant hint running for]I
month, and says that it will show an Association and., -the- United. 'Commer, increase in wages. Twenty-five thousand sharp, for practice is desired of degree work. A:i the people office.to (Continued on Pag9 Eight) i (Continued on Page Four)
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Icreaae: [ are benefitted. full attendance
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i.i '' G t.': Constipation father's- CurforT.'s ii B1scfl WTION M: r 'ESTABLISH H \-, VRight..". SALTMRSH. l T TOUKE I IT DIIbIIM I-II e the and great Every danger most dread mother CrItical attendant of the feels prj up-a pain)d.



f: REAl medicine,-the Sawbuck. of her life. Becomi..
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1
f. Two hours a day sawing wood a mother should be a source of joy to all, but the suffering 'J

t.l;, win keep anyone's Bowels I TOA'THE 1 1907CARNIIAL l FlY iNEW T CARGO' I If danger incident vto the ordeal makes its anticipation one of iniserv' ..

r: regular Mother's Friend is the only remedy.which relieves women of the gr I

1: No need of pills. Cathartics Castor Oil, Paintat !I pain and danger of maternity:; this hour which is dreaded as: wom .':'"

;i nor"Physic." if you'll only work the Sawbuck -. severest trial is not only made painless, but all the danger is ;

i regularly.* SCHOOLS l the. StartPure OFCOTTON f N by its use. Those who use this remedy are no longer desponded;j*',"d

.r' gloomy; nervousness, nausea and other distressing conditions
I \Vhite-Lead and Pure Linseed "ra
Exercise is Nature's Cure for Constipation
l Oil should always be used for overcome, the system is made ready for the coming event, and -.,
and,-a Ten-Mile walk will do if you j the first 'Or priming coat. No other 1 1I I serious accidents so cemmon to the critical "3

:f' haven't got a woodpile.But. :Board of Education Will Be Askedto surface paint-marrying has the and same becoming affinity for a part the About Nine Thousand Bales are I I hour are obviated by the use of Mother's '
if you wia take your Exercise in an Without Unneces "
,: Should Be Made of the-wood. I Friend. "It is worth its weight in gold, Morh er
Easy Chair there's only one way to do that Yellow ochr ,:Tisryte,'*i&e or any other I :
who have used it.
becausethere's only one kindof Artificial Work Act on Applications from substance than Pure White Lead fails to I Now Here for the Vessel Which I says many $1.00 per (j
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sary Delay-Preparatory unite with t wood and serves only to I I bottle at drug stores. Book containing
: : Exercise for the Bowels and its name isI Several Points. form a cushion, which will prevent even Port
Reached Yesterday. I valuable information of interest to all women, will
"CASCARETS." Already Begun. Pure White Lead from attaching
I be sent to address free application to
itself when finally apP led. I any upon frl-end
.I Cascarets are the only means to exercisethe Superintendent of Public
County
Satisfactory results neve
can Saltinarsh BRADFIELO REGULATOR GO. Atlanta
Oa.I
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Bowel Muscles without'work.i 'As the public already knows 'the Instruction N. B. Cook has just returned be obtained so locg as a surfaceis I The British steamer .
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a. I 1906 Carnival left the finances of the from a visit to several sectionsof I coated with a veneering (for 1 I which is owned: by the Louisril'.e: and I ,
is all Nashville, but which is now runningon
with W. M. that it is) of yeUow -
Association in rather bad the county in company
They don't Purge. Gripe nor "upset Carnival of I ochre, barytes zinc, etc. ,- the Serra line, between Pensacolaand
i Stomach," because they don't act like 1 shape. Two meetings of citizens Agerton, a member of the Board: Such a coating is bound Liverpool, reached port yestel.daf .
1 your
were held during the spring and it was; Education which was undertaken for I to crumble, crack and West RACES
of Cuban and !
via
:, "Physics. : shown very strongly that the public the purpose of investigating theclaims peel,and must be burnedor a number IRUNNING
They don't flush out your Bowels and ;: sentiment was decidedly in favor of I of several neighborhoods for scraped off, dcrjin to the wood itself Indian: ports, where she discharged!
Mardi Gras and as a result it i'! before a good job can be done-an expensive cargo.
with a costly waste of Digestive j the perpetuation of the school facilities
of' process, and not without dangerof The big steamer will carry out on
Juice, as Salts Castor Oil Calomel, Jalap Carnival I understood that the establishment fire. I of n'ne
her return a
cargo
or Aperient Waters always do. I Thus encouraged the association: in- five new schools will be recommended A house owner can scarcely make a thousand bales passage of cotton, lumber and FRIDAY AFTERNOON AT KUPFRIANtS PARK.
Education at its meeting
I'Intestines creased the membership of the board to tie Board of more costly mistake than to use a substitute
Cascarets strengthen stimulate 'of directors from twelve to fifteen,t in this city on Monday next, June\ for Pure White Lead in the priming timber as well as miscellaneous
the' Bowel Muscles, that line the Food the three new members being Messrs. '25. New schools will be recommendfed coat. Avoid all risk by using goods, which are ntrw stored in the
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passages and that tighten up when food Sol Cahn, Walker Anderson and J. EJ as follows: I! RED SEALPure ,! warehouse3 awaiting transfer to tha Races at 4 o'clock

: touches them, thus driving the food to its Williams, and at once commenced I r Barrlneau's camp> (Klpndyke) about White Lead j ship.The docked yesterday Begin
, vessel
I Ii was )
preparations for a 1907 carnival. The eleven miles from the city. Made bjr the Old Dutch Process)

finish.- -- -deficit ,of about $2OOO was met by I i New prec'nct 23, itf Sec. 34, T. 6. N.I. Send for a booklet containing. sereral handsome ,and will\,;.immediately commence takju& -1 I
u' -- -- -----
i"A some of the directors giving personal WJ; .
in
for a color scheme fainting jonrbouse.
! as if you had just sawed a cord of wood. or ;. notes which were discounted by, the new voting place. I A tea for paint pant if also &1VtIL. Just at present the officials of the j BETWEEN TWO THOROUGHBREDS,
" ? walked ten miles. 1 the: banks enabling the association Bratt P.O., Sec. 14, T 5 N, R 32 W. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY company report that they are somewhat -:

, ,; :That's why Cascarets are safe to take to pay off all floating indebtedness.I Extreme northwestern portion ofj I Clark Ave. and 10th St. St.Louis.Mo. I handicapped by the shortage oft]
2 miles from th'e II labor to store their cargoes. Of, "Chocolate Dropowned by Raymond
been about
health. The.aroount could.! ,no.doubt.h.ave county I
in health or out cf
i I: continuously I course they will be able to obtain cotton -
of thet Wilson's station.Village Alaba-j'
raised by: conducting a canvas ma line, at old
S, Because they move the Food Naturally, I I screwmen as that class of labor '
: business interests of the city, but the 1 of Quintette. Sam
!r digesting it without waste- of tomorrow's :. association did not wish to d) this inj! Superintendent Cook reports that i pays good wages, but the cheaper account t ti Waters: against "Sleepy /

f Gastric Juice. ylew -Of the heavy subscriptons taken j the outlook for: 'good rops throughout) I labor cannot be secured on
a up last fall for other important pur-: the county were never better the corn; i of the higher wages beng: paid in the I Ihay. owned by W. C. Crow.
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additional
t I Some three hundred !
The thin, flat Ten-Cent Box is made pose. and cotton being especially fine. Some:
j The directors hope this will be appreciated -'of the corn he saw on the trip willj i FOR SALE. BY ALL DEALERS men could be used on the L. & N.j .
Ml 1. 10 fit your Vest pocket, or "My Lady's" wharves very handily now, but they; ,
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the
bushels
and that merchants and make as much as 40 to ;i
1'j i [-" Purse.. Druggists-10 Cents a Box. !I otherswill make their lS01.subs rip-!acre. All of the:;truck farms, ie says,] cannot be secured. 'I I
Ij it' Carry it constantly with you and take a tiong without unnecessary delay. I are looking well'and everybody seemsto Some quick work was done on the $500 PURSE FOR WINNER !

: Cascaret whenever you suspect you need 1 The work of soliciting! 1507 subscripj be prosperous and happy.: SUMMARY wharf Tuesday in. storing a shipment!
British! steamer
of leaf tobacco od'the
t one. I j tions to carnival stock has been dii Outside- the city of Pensacola I
i Tided amon'g the fifteen directors only two schools remain open in the THE WEATHER Cayo Manzanillo. The work commenced -:
Be very careful to get the genuine ; I at 9 o'clock in the morning! ADMISSION, 50 CENTS.
!imaking-1 about twenty firms or parties county. One of these is school No.
t made only! by the Sterling Remedy Company and by 5 in the afternoon 377 of the1
I for each director see. 75 at Bohemia and the other is a colored "
and never sold In bulk. Every tablet big hogsheads had been stored in the
1- -- I Mr. Theodore .:Weber )has already school at CantonmentTHE
L stamped "ccc." made quite a substantial start in executing I The maximum temperature in Pen- ship. ,..............t..... ..............................o.I .

L a I j the designs that have been accepted ORIGINAL. sacola yesterday ws 90 degrees which ,

;; by the, association and doubtless Foley & Co., Chicago, originated 1 1I was recorded"aMl:3ft a. m. The minimum "The Que.. of Sicllr."

FREE TO OUR READERS .I the 190T parades will! surpass all I I Honey and Tar as a throat and lung I II was 74- degrees at 5":30 a. m. Syracuse calls itself the capital of the SUMMERY. i
previous efforts. remedy, and on account of the great In his summary of weather conditions I THINGS
j' It has been arranged to mail free a I I I Booth, but it has no cause to dispute
\ of Observer Reed said: I
6t'aatlfu.littJe French-designed GOLD- merits and popularity Foley's: yesterday '
I Ii pride of place with Palermo. The metropolitan -
PLATED trinket hard-enameled ia I NEW PRESIDENT FOR Honey and Tar many imitations are "The disturbance in the lake region i w
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i1. pretty colors, *' handsome ornament, l'l'I .j city is superior in popula1 -
THE GEORGIA TECH. for the genuine. These has moved northward to Lake Superior
Enost liberal offer ever made, and we I offered I tion, wealth and much else, but it is deficient :: Every household needs some of these things. *
Tea Texas
have the that -
! want every reader to -oae. worthless imitations have similar ; depression was over
cents in stamps is asked as a measureof i Press. I Ii of them. has been filled up by area of ia what its ancient and glorious Now Later.
good faith and to cover eostof.Cas- | By Associated sounding names. Beware : an I : Remember, you can Buy Pay :
i ; carets with which this dainty box is i Atlanta, June 21.Professor K. G. The genuine Foley's! Honey and Tar I high pressure :which has continued,, rival-has in.. such abundance. For--Syracuse '
, loaded.. I McHoon was to-day elected president I is in a yellow package.Ask for it southeastward 'from Wyoming; a Has the supreme charm or Greece

I I .. aper Send.today and- write, be.sure your address to-mention; plainly this of tH,. Georgia Technological School I and 'refuse any substitute. It is the trough of low 'Barometric pressure extends -I in a way that no other city except Athena i REFRIGERATORS, J

; Address Sterna Remedy Company succeeding Captain Lyman Hall who! best remedy for ,coughs and colds. from Arizona northward and has. Not even in Corinth nowhere :.
Vhicago i or Sew York. 738 ,lied> a )'ear--.ago. .Pro. Matheson who; W. A. 'D'Alemberte, druggist and another "high" :hifs appeared on the'; in- Hellos from Messana or Sparta in i PORCH COCKERS AND CHAIRS, \:

has been president since the o'tath I apothecary. :* north, facifie' c&stJ. 'There'.have' been*' 'the south to Thebes in the north, Is';

t- of Capt, Hall, occupied. the chair ofEnglish ;fa generally light 'scattered showers' in there any Hellenic town to compare'with : PORCH. SAADDSf :

tI ; t'I Escambia. Lodge, No. 15,*F. & A. M. east 'Texas: !1n, Jpe lake regio, and "the queen of Sicily." As a sane- ,
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Charcoal '"Special""communication of throughout the' States bordering on I
I tnary Delphi is far more impressive : i WINDOW SHADES any size -... \
DON'Tf ,
I I Escambia Lodge, No. 15; F. & the Mississippi and Ohio rivers; also
national
Don't let. your: child suffer with A A. M., will be held Friday In 'the' &ztri'ot, Columbia and ic than anything in Sicily, as a

L: We have just received ail that cough when you can cure it with ':evening, June 22, at 7:30 south Fl3rida; ';fieavy rain amountingto meeting place Olympia has no rival : 8ABY CARRIAGES- and GO-CARTS, \

; fine stock and will de-, Ballard's Horehound Syrup, a sure o'ckwfc: S Work-fin F.:C.- degree. .Visiting 1.84 incfies o ctiried"at' Wed but, nowhere except at Athens 'la 'a- i'
yery : Greek city to be seen today which has MOSQUITO BARR.
cur for Cou'ghB. Bronchitis Influenza btethrenfrathrnaflyI: : invited. nesday. Fair'1 weather prevails over ,
il l Hver'orders promptly in any Croup and Pulmonary Diseases. '. C.ILBUYER. the west n( the -eastward advance the proud record of the marvelous metropolis : S

imount. Buy a bottle end try it. W; G. ,DAILY, W. M. of the .high pressure area will result of the Sicilian Greeks a cityas

B. B. Laughter Byhalia, Miss.. Secretary.- -. in fair weather in this section with great in power and wealth andbeauty 4j
Telephone 363. writes: "I have two children who had "; variable winds mostly from the north as Athena herself, and victorat I MARSTON & QUINA j i it

croup. I tried many .different rema- NOTICE: tonight? ,, and Friday., last in the long and fatal rivalry ,
i' SEWELLWoodand dies, but I must say your Hore- During jay 'absence from the city, which indirectly involved the.-passing
hound Syrup ia.,the best Croup and LV 0. KauffsBiTm will have ,charge of REMEMBER THE-O. R. C. PICNIC of the Hellenistic dominion of all the t 108/110 S, Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla i :
/ Coal Cough medicine I ever used." Sold my--office asd"a.tteAdW'.my-business.20june4t ON JUNE 28. *Nf> ,BE PREPARED
Company by all} drugg1sts... > 1, TJiOS. PEBLEY.I Tfc 'ENJOY YOURSELF. jn9tf lands washed by the Ionian and Mediterranean :...............+.+....4.+..........+......++.......$
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=- hit a mark. UncleNed Smith was a PUSSY'S PLAYMATE.Here LITTLE THINGS.
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bachelor and, of course bad decided
views about how girls ought to be The seed stt in the garden
Is an instance of a curious Becomes a lovely flower.It .
i Children t brought up. He said girls ought to friendship between a kitten and a pea- opens in UM sunlight
Swapping t learn to shoot Just the same as boys. ...
Or twines about the bo r;
I _ _ _ cock: The peacock was strutting .In
They would thus be able to take care It beareth tender blo! =snn"! '
his lordly fashion about the garden one
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In beauty It is dres "o
; = ; of themselves if they were left alone.
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I day when a poor little orphan kitty And. though at last m gra'e is past
that Uncle Ned declared rifle
i For the Summer t ---=- Besides ,
happened to tee him. Feeling very How manjbath it blesstd'
practice would make girls have steady
lonely and forlorn she tried to form a
nerves and courageous hearts and thus The tiny little acorn
) tE friendship with the peacock. They Becomes oak at !last.
an
TLATT
t : JfL2IE'RTA they would not be silly. I'm afraid
1.I I Uncle Ned Smith thought most girls soon became EO friendly that pussy And children many swing years upon are past its,bOuh1When

:: l p :- were quite sill?. Though now it looks so misntjr
__ And branches hath so taiL
t I Tom and Helen were allowed to take
-. i Oh, yet we know ere it did growIt
, had been hard times in They had four Juvenile Smiths in the _turns about trying to milk a particularcow was an acorn small.

.:: THERE Granby family family, but only the two younger-Ma- __ called Big Brindle. Mr. Smith ,
year. It made Mrs. bel aged ten, and Edwin, aged eight- S said they couldn't hurt her much for' As flowers grow from tiny wds. '"
r : As oaks from acorns spring.
, Granby very sad to think she could be spared.Tha she was a "stripper" anyhow, and he I E'en B. frtm kindly: itvrda and deolf
could not afford to send Tom and Granby children were older, Tom don't think she would hurt them. She. L Grows many a lovely thing

Helen to the country or anywhere else was fourteen. Helen twelve. To make I i ) did kick Tom heels over head one day, They still the angry passions: "
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trjat summer. But she put on her cure about things before her children -_ .- however when he went up to her on I They break the stubborn will
--- And earth so seet. where these di
thinking cap in earnest and finally a went to the country Mrs. Granby her- ---g- _- the wrong side. He quite forgot Mr.. m t.Becomes.

self took a little trip to the farm where -i _V ____ -: -- Smith's direction to "put your right; yet sweeter still.Fireifde .

they were to.stay. She found everything .. __ hand toward her head" when you go '

just be utlful. The Smith young -_ -- up to a cow to milk her, then you will 1rt'ffWW 'cA frx Fun.

I ones all ate with their forks. ehe noticed always be on the right side for milk- Take a coin and place it on one of

S. i and had good table manners generally _z- -. Ing. But Tom persevered and before ,I the points then push it across to t-.

and their parents spoke good long he had mastered so well the art j i opposite point and leave it there. D..

grammar too. Mrs. Smith had been a I BLACK SWABS AT THE ZOO. I of milking that Mr. Smith said he oughtto .-i ,, this with a second counter oro'-

schoolteacher before she was married. be a dairyman. i i 1 starting on a vacant point, and con*..r1."

Then too, one of her intimate friendsin boy, and Uncle.Ned Smith who livedin city. They spent one whole day at the this process until every point u covered -

'2. ;.' V the city was also Mrs. Granby's the family, both .said, they would zoo and another at the show by the Pnnny DeflnitioBi.

friend. The oldest Smith child, a big teach the young Granbys not only to seaside, where the educated animals Here are a few definitions given by 1 9p

ilphl, ride horseback. but to milk, cows and were. They saw a pig walk a tight some school children:

#P1 even to shoot rope and an elephant play the harmonica -
"Etc. is a sign used to make believe .
-, Mrs. Granby came away much and a lady lion tamer pet a big lion I you know more than you do."

pleased, for she knew whatever hap- as if he had been a tame kitten and '"The equator is a menagerie lion PUSSY AND THS PEACOCK.
pened she could reach her children make him W
easily perform several tricks.At of the earth."
round the center
,,, running could
rub
against him and even box
.
in three hour Mr. Granby had the children !
a zoo the Smith saw a
like
zebra is horse only
a
w The his
half holiday on Saturday and It was pair of black swans. These birds are and used to illustrate the letter ears without being punished, and
arranged that he should take the Gran very rare being found hardly anywhere striped. she also became bold enough to climb.

by children to Wlld1l wer station by outside of Australia. They .are great z.o."A 1s nothing shut in on his back. The peacock took all her
I vacuum up a
train and bring the Smith.children back beautiful birds with no white upon i play in good part and seemed to enJOY G

home with him to the city. This he them except In the quills of their. box It. Perhaps he was only flattered

did. On a brilliant. .. by pussy's admiration or perhaps he
bright Saturday afternoon, wings. The bill of the bird Is oll.e1I8e'Rh7'me.

.:;.'* Tom and Helen bag and baggage, scarlet and BO is the space between its I felt a true. friendship for his new acquaintance. '-

landed with their father at Wildflower i eyes. The black fwan'Jives in swamps.
HELEN LEARNING TO SHOOT, .
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station. The Smith'sprtng wagon with close to sheltered, along the Australian '

brilliant idea struck her. She put in Uncle Ned for driver was waiting for coasts and builds its nest among Riddle as we place the eighth cnur' .

the newspaper an advertisement which them. The Smith children were there, reeds on small Islands in the bays. I What do liars do"->after death? Le! coin on the last point- This is r::

i read: too and their mother had come to Flocks of these, large heavy birds are still simple a puzzle as you might ::-;; '
j "Wanted.-To Exchange Children.A hand them over ia-p rson to.the care found near Melbourne. / How many peat are there in a pint? Try it .

lady living in the city will, give a of good Mr. Granby, He accepted the Tom and Helen Granby had seen the I One P.Why. It will be well for you to dra. .

:i home and the beat of care to two coun- cbarge and took Mabel and Edwin lady lion tamer several times and even I Is the letter"& wlcke"d? Becauseit star on a much larger scale o;. Ls.'

try children for two months during the home with him on the next train. the pig walking a tight rope was no makes men mean. board.

summer if in return their parents will Now, which had tha most fun the great show to them but what they I Why is a dressmaker a deceptive woman .

%: give a home on a farm and good care city children or the country ones? II I never had done was to get out of bed ? Because she is not what she Willie'* De-Ii a ItfOM. ..

r to her own children for the same myself really think it was the city I at sunrise and feed the chickens and seams. \I Tea.cher--ow, Willie. wr.:,' .

:E length of time. She guarantees to children in the country.. but the country turkeys and drive the cows to pastureor ii i What is'that which works while )t meaning of the word transparens

-4, show- the country children" the interegUns"cUy' .. ., '. .. children in the city '!wouldn't at all hoe in the garden. Their cup of i. plays, and plays while' it works? A' Willie- Something youa...
Iti' sights.\ References given r agree with me, for they are% sure tfjey I happiness was full when they learnedto There was a young man of the cape fountain. f- through.

1 I and required. r.K'T-I had the time of their lives in the awfully ride horseback and milk cows. Uncle Who always wore trousers of crape. Why are ladies like arrows? Because Teacher-Right! Now give an d-
When they said. "Don't they tearr
1t There were Mreral answers one very big town.: Forgone thing, they Ned Smith was a noted hunter and He replied "Here and there. they are always in a. quiver tajtU ample.

: -. one frost: a family named Smith.J TOY MILKING BIG BRINDLE. had an ice cream soda every day in the he taught them how to load a rifle and But they keep:such a beautiful shae." they get a beau ; Willie-A ladjerlI -


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THE PEN6ACOLA JOURNAL,. FRIDAY I MORNING
JUNE 22, 1906, PAGE FIVE .
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CII' GOOD ROADS MEETING TO "!' ,



: BE HELD IN PENSACOLACommissioners .. You Neefln't t- Make a Fuss ,


ACATIOfo t Sale l to close I tI .

Andrews and About It

out all our Summer : NTEM'PLATESIf [ [ -

Stewart r t Return from Tallahassee

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It V Clothing, etc Much Pleased.WithConvention. But we hav.I-. "just received an elegant line'

SUEING[ T THE[ i .
of Men's, and Boys' Neck Wear, Shirts,


o! NY Man; or Boy can dress L WAS Pajamas and Underwear and are now pre- ,.
INVITATION EXTENDED THE t
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up now from Hat to .' \ASSOCIATION TO HOLD ITS IT I pared to show you, as complete a line at r I

NEXT' ANNUAL: SESSION I IN, Popular Prices as you will find in the city.Thousands t- !

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Hose at little expense. :P'ENSACOLA' AND THIS CITY of; : dozen Men's 1-2 Hose The t- 1

This WON IN THE' VOTING WHICH t the Condition of North SpringStreet ; t I

Best that money- can buy at lOc,, 15c, 25c, i' I
FOLLOWED. is Not Remedied I

_, OOL, comfortable Serge, Sale Begins Scan SOc, 75c and 100. Each pair has our guar- :: !

Cassimere and Worsted Commissioners Andrews and Stew antee of style, comfort and wearability. ; !
Saturday, art, of the Escambia Board of Coun-
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(ii Trousers all at 20 ty Commissioners, returned yesterday The condition of North Spring
go
June 23 morning from Tallahassee, where street, which, for several weeks, has :

per cent discount. they had ,been in attendance upon the been almost impassable for vehicles, Watch for our Men's Togs Window.It's : 1

sessions of the Good Roads Association especially if they should desire to
and :
meeting. They brought the i information cross the street between Cervantesand
,
to be Winner.Yours I
that Pnsacola; had been DeSoto streets has caused considerable Going a .

N attractive bunch of. summer Runs toSaturday selected as the next meeting place complaint, but as this com-
plaint does not seem to remedy con- f
weight Suits the by the good roads men, and that the ditions, Fred W. Marsh! who restates II I
convention which had just adjournedhad on that street, contemplates bring- I

hand-tailored :kind reduced been a most successful and ing suit against the Board of Works I for trade ;' _I
profitable one in experience to those and Street Railway! Company which I
20 July 14. who attended. laay have the desired result. I IWatsonParker
'p'er cent: : "There was quite a' goon( attendance Some months ago the city undertook I I

v at the convention," said Commission. to put North Spring street in
You Know er Andrews last night, speaking both good condition. Two blocks were & Reese Co

for himself and Commissioner built of clay from Cervantes to De
HIN Underwear; all fresh Stewart "and from the addresses de- Soto streets. The railway company
Our livered and the papers read as well wag compelled to 'raise its tracks
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a? to conversations! with practical about nine inches and gutters, which I Successors to Green & Watson.
stock, reduced 15 per road men, we think we ; rived considerable protrude above the ground about tee

Reputation. benefit from the trip. same height, were built by the city. 33 and 35 South Palafox Street. -
"The first meeting was held Tuesday Since then the work has stopped, if
jIL cent .during this sale I morning, and during the sessions it was ever intended to go any fur
Tfjese 'areStraiglit that followed there were some thsr, and as it starids it is almost 1
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practical addresses: on the conduct impossible for a vehicle to get across :_ ,
of poor farms, the building of roads the high rails. ,...
TEMIZE'..what.you' need I and highways, and the maintenarcs. Mr. Marsh recently adatessed a >
of the same. We were the guests of communication to the Board of Public -

give the best and we the city and County Commissioners 1 Works, and also to the Street
us Reductions I I of Leon County Wednesday and weixtaken : Railway Company, making complaint, The Glorious Fourth l

V will l inany I out for a. ,drive and shown th.: but has received no reply, and the
} give you :Bargains to ; roads around Tallahassee, which ar- street is just as it was left. An extract -
: fairly good. .Several resolutions from his letter to the board is ," ."-
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.: Reduce.UTING passed made, and to a number the legislature of recommenda.1tions on road as"The follows present: improvements on Will be fittingly celebrated this year by the f 11 .

v.. matters Committees were appointed North Spring street, in my opinion
to draft bills providing laws covering! to the ,
: require some explanation
Suits Coats and Our what we think is needed along these i property owners between' Cervantesand I Knights of Columbus .
lines. The working of convicts on Gadsden streets Your board has ill
', Trousers the kind that the road came up for discussion and improved with cement gutters and n
Stock. was one of the most Important mpt-: clay and cinder surfaces two isolat- Who will give a Grand Picnic "!
should have ters we had before us. The working ed blocks-from Cervantes North to ;";;,
you on your of convicts on county roads was DeSoto, and were these connected in

vacation 20 cent off. unanimously recommended" by the any system of street Improvment, Wednesday July 4 1906 ;|4i
association. ,
per would be a credit to the board' But ..
"The association will hold its nextmting from present appearances. it would AT ELECTRIC PARK |;
in Pensacola, convening hero seem that these two blocks are to be ,
y cn the third Tuesday i in June. Mayor connections,south of Cer-
left without i
f EGLIGEE Shirts $1.50 h" Bliss placed Pensacola in nominaMon! antes, and solely for the benefit of We want all to come. You will :',' .,
and notwithstanding that Tampa and owners. On the '
abutting property -
quality reduced to 1.25 Tallahassee were also in domination other hand the board has caused .the have the time of your life .-I,;
.; : and Jacksonville and Ocala spoken of street railway to be Illegally elevated 1.
of o'clock address
arrival 3
the $1.00 reduced i we won out on the J first} baljot. Emmet some 9 to 11 Inches' above
quality : ,,' I Wolfe helped, AS.Q t. coming toan.j street level 'between Cervantes and will be delivered by the Hon. W. A. Blount, Jr. I. '
..- voting for PeIsafOla.", Gadsden,: and .a ditch partlyboxed to ,
:
to 85 cents. ,: ,:,: ;; ; .1 Both commissioners ,seemed pleased the depth of two feet and nine inches At 3:30: o'clock, match game of base ball"be- : .
> I with their trap and the ideas they elevation on the west side rendering
I had obtained from mingling with the street dangerous. at night and se- tween two of Pensacola's crack teams, the winning |f':a
I' those who had experience in road riously obstructing its use at all '
matters. times. Its present condition, if con- team to receive $25.00 in silver. ,, J
<; I
STANDARD CLOTHING .COMPANY.
Commissoner: Stewart said that tinusd, would substantially 'depre-
.. : I he felt well repaid for the time- and ciate and render the passing of vehicles At 5 o'clock the field sports begin: :'.,
.r.i. : : money spent in making the trip He hazardous, and '.offen impossible
:tIM !' I stated that Commissioner Andrews on Ae sides of the track of the Catching the greasy pig. t'!
carried the assemblage by storm street railway.
I when he made tha closing speech in -I think it will be conceded that Shoe mixing race. +
I seconding the nomination of. Pensa- this condition I have a legal t
-';;:"' '\ .--" .I!:".". _. Ii cola for the next meeting place, and for remedy, both against the board and Hurdle race, and many other sensational ;:

- i *he- other, cities -got but few Agan st the Street.. -. TAi1wSV Company f!;
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Cates.llama.. but I do not like to resort to law, except sports. n1'All
OSCAR E. MAURA, ordinance of the Lord's supper will NEW SUITS ._ I I! in case the present conditionsare valuable {
STOCK AND BOND BROK :R be administered. i MA\Y i I II Ii .' Addr. to the Eleetor : continued for an unreasonabletime. winners will receive prizes. :

Stocks Bonds and Securities Bough and Sold. M. E. Jordan traveling representa,I The elder Dumas stood In 1848 tot If I should1 be favored with a At 8 o'clock, grand prize dance begins 50 t
12 E. Government St. P.O.Box 154 tive of the Atlanta'Journal, is in the i FILED IN COURT the chamber of. deputies; and the was declarati n-by your board:.of,its policyor

city in the interest qf ,that paper his address to the. electors: "I am a Intention in respect to this part' of couples taking part, winning couple to receive \

White Barber Mr. and Mrs. W. D.\ Mumme, Mrs candidate for the office of deputy. I Spring street, it might clothe, me with i r5
ShopThe patience to await "these much $10.00 in gold. ?
i J. :Mumme and children and Miss A :'; SEVERIAL DISSATISFIED CDUPL'ES ask 'your votes. These are my reasons proper improvements."
Mumme, of New Orleans, are in the should give them to me: Not needed -
white barbers, formerly of 31t.i city visiting relatives and friends I j ASK FOR A LEGAL SEPARA- counting why you six years devoted to the acquirement Grand Fireworks Display at 10 o'clock. .t;
S Fa afoz St., are now ocated at No.s They w.ll reman: several weeks.Geo. I'
! E. Government St., next to Western TlON-OTHER: ACTIONSFOR of an education, four years la the Same Boat. '
r mono B. Ivey will leave Sunday to > v passed in performing the duties of a The Duke of Leads) before succeeC- Reduced rates on all railroads. Electric cars will ;
take :a position with the Western DAMAGES.: notary and seven years as an employeeof ing to his title was active in politics. : :'

- .____ _,__u_ Union as te egraph operator and manager I the government I have worked ten Once when canvassing be came npo& run, ,every half hour. .

COTTRELL. At Mar.anna.: Heretofore the I hours a day for twenty years. That an English shoemaker, whose vote he .
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. I office has been located at the depot,,, Thfc following suits have been filed makes 73,000 hours. During those twenty solicited. "Sorry," said the shoemaker ,

Pensacola. Fla. I but beginning Monday Ma> anna will ia the office of the clerk of the circuit years I wrote 400 yolumes and 35 "but I'm not;going to Iota for any REMOVAL SALE CUT PRICES.
have city: office with :Mr. Ivey in
a .
-. court I plays. Of each of the 400 volumes an bioomin' aristocrat I can't afford it.
:
charge. One lot each Hurd's Linen, Frosted Vellum, Cutter Mills, Snow
WATCHES AND CUT GLASS !1 Sarah L. Lagos vs. Joe. W. Laos I average of 4,000 copies! have been I've got four children" to bring up." White, Irish: Linen Band, Velvet Frosted Parchment Writing Papersof
1 and sold at 5 francs each. The "That's nothing, replied the duke,
T. solicitor: for printed box, for 25 cents
A small of Blue Ribbon divorce; Geo. Morgan very fine quality, worth 50 cents and more a a
Something Swell in Gold Jewelry. quantity 35 plays have each been performed on "I've got five, and they are all girls..
complainant box, quarter ream in box. One set, 3 vols! Shakespeare, $1.00. One
Lemon Vanilla perfectly
W. A. Gahlenbeck, 21* 3 Palafox Sl Absolutely or pure, goes flavors twice! as far :l\ attie Thomas vs. Lillie L. McClure -I an average 100 times. My books The shoemaker came up and touched l lot Shaving Brushes, 25 cents a dozen. One lot Golf Clubs at half

- -'" .-- and gives desserts the "Blue Ribbon and John S. McClure, bill for hare produced 11,853,600 francs; my him on the arm. "All right old ehap"be Spaulding's prices. i iCce's
I partition; C. M. Jones and Sam Pasco plays have produced 6.360,600 francs. said. "You, shall have my vote. It :
TURTON & BELL : Flavor. I Jr., solicitors for complainant. Taking 3 francs a day as the average seems to me we are both in the same ] Qh:. to rte. ,

PHOTOGRAPHERS SiNCE 1379. ?A. :Bernia Margaret MeArthur vs. G. B.; pay of a workingman, and as there are boat and we'd better stick together" hone 235. 213 South PnltloK Strtt Pentafal ;
I LITTLE SON OF NR. AND MRS. i
Kodak Supplier Finishing! for Amateur:. : McArthur. divorce; Jas. Landrum BOO working days In, the year, my ,, .. ..... --",. =.!!-=.,, .._ __ .!'r1 -,, _,_ -- >
BALL DIES IN JACKSONVILLE
.. ... --- ---- solicitor for complainant. books have paid for twenty years the Doctor gnd-Piled leine. ,
[ Jacob Lipps vs. 'Albert Sommers, -- -- -- -
wages of 092 people and ny plays the When a doctor does< not have much
R. K. WHITE, The many friends in i this: city ,of First National Bank garnishee, dam- wages for ten years of 247 people. But faith In medicine it-is a sign that he is '
w.cimaker. Manufacturing Jeweler, and Graduate Mr. and Mrs. Philip Ball will be painedto ages $150; Blount & Blount solicitors 9jij Want No Little Corner"Without '
the last figure must be multiplied by 3 a good doctor. The best doctors are I Cozy
Cpiic.an.30 S. Paiafa Street. Pensacola FU. : learn of the death of>,' their !little for complainant. advice rather than :
Ferry Pass Inspectors & Shippers to include the provinces, making 1,041, I those who give good- ,
son, which occurred<<; a.t their home 'n
- and adding 70 for the ushers, chiefs of medicine advice that la simple and '
Jacksonville Mondayl:after a, long ill Association: a corporation, vs. White'sRiver ; an
Mrs., Inspectors and Shippers, bill in I the claque and cab drivers makes a to- has common sense back'of it Too
TcrSe/YTOld-j ness. Mr. and: : Ball! are well ELECTRIC FAN and ELECTRIC LIGHTS
known in Pensacola,; and many! will chancery for acc ss to water front; I tal of 1,438. Plays and books, then, many people imagine'they can abuse, L'
sympathize with them ,in their, be- Blount & Blount solicitors for com have paid the wages of 2,160 people for themselve and hire 4 doctor to make .
A.V reavement. Of the death: of the rUle plainant. all these years not counting Belgian them as well as ever for $2. NothingIn PENSACOLA l ELECTRIC COMPA.\Y. a
.Meachem, a prominent naval boy the Jacksonvillei.T'mes-Unlon; of James C. Watson vs. Willie Williams pirates and foreign translators." Yet it-Atchison Globe.PROMINENT .
E''n tmnv- dealer of Milligan, Fla., was in. Tuesday contained they following: and Mamb Williams, his wife be was not elected. t ,, 502 S. Baylean St. Phone 570. : :

nt' yesterday on a short busi-- "Philip Manville Ball Jr., 15 months foreclosure; Blount & Blount solicitors -'--' .. .
? i sit.
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of age, son 'o( Mr. and Mrs, Philip for complainant.John Talklaff" In England. PEOPLE. HH *Hf'H-l-1n HHJ-JHHHHHKm frJ it" il-J..
11. I l.'ndsay, of Pollard, Ala., was in; M. Ball, ded'at! the Tfsidence of his Harper vs. A. J. Mackey, English people are not only the worst ---;- t
Thl (-m yesterday.Among I parents at 5 o'clock .yl sterday morning damages $350; Blount & Blount solicitors talkers In the world, but they have, In Testify to the Efficacy of the New t DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, |i

the visitors to the city yes-I: after an Illness qf'severaweeks.. for Recorder's complainant Court addition, a natural suspicion of any Scientific Dandruff Treatment.A. i CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZE J l.STERLING l.
-.of death
was "Her-
The immediate caus B. Lanier, Denver says: ;
;"'ria\ were W, F. Harrison and ladies Recorder disposed of four- sne who can string half a dozen sentences '
Laney
' Mi, pneumonia. Mf; andMrs.;: $a'1 have cide has made my hair grow rapidly SILVERWARE :
without
hours ,
ton. who few together stammeringin -
spent a I teen cases in the municipal courtyesterday
sympathy ,of their many Guerin Great Falls, Mont,
sincere A.
the ,
IIt'n', Mrs.
home in the after-'! have degree of '.'
returning morning. Of this number fact to any fluencyof OPTICAL GOODS
bereavement excellent POTTERY
their sad ART
LIt1tl. I friends in ; says: "I find Herpicide an # ,
of three defendants were dismissed, two I speech lays a man open at once to '"
little Philip was just an agE'W3en dandruff cure. -
. l) A, Ewing one of Florala's promm -! he wad most, interesting and cases continued and a fine of $5 im! the charge of not being "sound," whilea H. Greenland Portland: Ore., says: GLASSWARE.. .
'-ir died was visitor to! deplored by a posed. Costs were assessed against, woman who can talk at all inspires stopped' my
a business his death is deeply "Newbro's Herpicide : ..:.... ,
II' I several of the before the : -- '
> ) a jesterday. I large number, of friend? vbo, had defendants universal terror.-Ladies' Field. hair's falling out"J. ,' ,

A, W, McDavid, formerly of this come to love the little'fellow, for his court. D. Israel Norton, Wash., says: Engraving and Fine Stationery. :
round: but now in business at Gulf- attractive ways', and loving' ;dispos' Why They left. "Herpicide has completely cured my
POI, :s in the city on business. tion. The funeral will' take place this A comedian appeared in a fear act dandruff.'" ni ttH
afternoon at3>30 o'clock. -from the f comedy in a western mining town, .according Charles Brown. 'President National :
*..i Kty<;h\iiie CampbeJ, left yesterday: for residence No, 3? West Duval street,I 1 I to the Buffalo Commercial.[ -* Bank, Vancouver, Wash., says "Her i Mail Orders Receive: Prompt Attention. It '::i
where will
'at he spend a va-!, and will i l be conducted*br Rev. W'l- the end of the third act the miners rosin J picide Is noted for keeping the scalp
''a of two weeks visiting his moth '
| of the First '
pastor : '
el' .liam A. Hobson a body gathered up their belongingsand clean. 'IC -
,
Baptist church."' ;; started to depart The comedian.In Insist upon the genuine.For .

tL All t !church members of the East End Bap- dismay, rushed before the cortain-: sale and by paothecary W. A. ,D'Alemberte 121 South, E. 0. Zadek Jewelry Co. | I ;{
are requested to be present PICNIC PATENT APPLIED FOR "Gentlemen" he said "there is another druggist
at the REMEMBER'T: o. R..C; street, or send lOc in stampsfor
eleven o'clock services Sunday At all Palafox i MOBILE ALA |
| Druggists. act yet.Yes; that's why we are : V
: morning. The pastor will preach ON JUNE 28, AND: BE' PREPAREDTO : MUS-QUIT-U MFG. CO, miners. sample to The Herpicide Co. Detroit frHH'Hfl-l
going, said the fiaY+arK# '" HHE HH MKHHt. -.
lit .
the
Mich.
jtt9tf
subject of communion and the ENJOY Jacksonville, Fla. I '
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V THE PENSACOLA' JOURNAL,. FRPDAY I )% MORNING, JUNE' '22, 1906I _;l_ _ _
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i I States. Schwab has ry placed him on board a steamer for.; _U
If -
of the United :

enatoIaJoufni i i any above meatal those of or a political money 'grafter qualifications and a fO F R 141ONTHS l New York Money, where Sent :ie to New arrived York.safely. I

t
of ID SAVE
COOL
I: 1' buyer h'e'is'.a for partner,the,trust, noone: interest' has ever.In,which proclaimed Bluff:la meantime Springs: who G.had R.been Stanton in ,correspondence the KEEP ENERGY

j" : them. He is not 'even a res- with the manager of i -
t- ruJvu1.rM.rL J L1LtJ 1.! flJ-f., J f U r i f -t Nevada. buL he is going ; Mission to Seamen in Near York City, .. :
ident of yet,
: >i' DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY.. opt. on a return' trip pass to qualify 1 H HOMELESS[ [ .had forwarded money to aim to purchase for t BY USING
B'uff
I'I'f Hni: ':bargain for the seat now held by a ticket to Springs and

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Senator Newlands; a. Democrat. But Siicox upon his arrival there,

r Newlands himself has millions and also to purchase meals on the. way I ELECTRIC FANS
'
I ...BY... : probably .knows the Nevada leg'sla- home. i
,tive market better than Schwab. !It WANDERER N E [ Now, Silcox, after an absence of

,; THEJOURNALCOMPANY. is hardly likely that he-will let the latter fourteen months, during which time <
S S he has had an experience desired by
II bid him to a dumb standstill.
., ,., 1 ELECTRIC LIGHTS
\i .J-Lru1.ru u1.nn.r.rru uLrrv u u-rtn.ru-- ---u-u--jrj- --s- But 'Schwab should succeed and no one, is en route 10 his home from

FRANK. L MAYES President and General M....... go into the senate, ,)he has,.:a/, pair for (Conttriued, from First Page) New York, and the aged! Mis. Siicox: ,,
J himself! already th.ere in the personof will be able in a few days to embrace

JUffJJSJusu -- w 'J SfUW I Senator Wetmore, of Rhode Island Antwerp that he was pleased with tie I I. her long lost son and one whom she PENSACOLA

: :" MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. -who is no more than a millionaireand ship and treatment! and was satisfied. bad almost given up for dead. I

-- a voting automaton for Senator! That was the last I heard of hm: untilI ,

7* 1 JUW-- Aldrich, the boss .of Rhode Is!and read of him i in Tie Journal thismoroin'g. NAVAL DISCIPLINE.

1? SUBSCRIPTION RATES.' and the senate. .' ELECTRIC TERMINAL COMPANY
Paolihnttnts That Are Meted Out to
,I 1 r ODe Year.$5- 00 One Month........ ........ 45 repl'ed: I. ,
!> .. .;.. ." ..;.... ,; "" _", .:v.tr" ., '"Yet, he signed regularly, British Sailors.
.5 t Six Mouths............;.. 2 50 One Week.......:........ lft ,,,
Three_ ;Months..... ....... 125 Weekly Edition, per year..$! O( Captain Olssen ''to a question. For infraction of regulations some J. M. LEADLEY, MANAGER.
FOOLING WITH least he made his mark, being unableto curious punishments are meted out in I

.5-; J-tnflrr1.Jtn.rJtr jLjtj jttwuinjun.. -Lffij-uJu-u-1flfSflflflJW u1tu1flrJ'' THE QUARA TINE wrte.: I the English! navy. It is an everyday 'urw.p'iW, --.. --<= "- "..........=- ---,, _...="'

\ The Only Peatacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed 'i A Vagrant! in 'Worcester occurrence, :says London Tit-Bits, to 1 j

I r Jacksonville- Metropolis.This |! see half a dozen sailors lined up on --
five
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. Alone in a foreign land wih '
.
? j --wu uuu.roul:1ji.njuuui.rut.. t. if U .. -s Su- -SUSflSUS.JuSr..- 'io...3t"v. ..... .. ....... "t-.. '''''".> "' -"'! shillings in his pockets Lewis Slcox: !,i i deck facing the paint work, holdinj QUICKER THAN LIGHT ING.I I
.t'''' : "' '' '' .t'<: .t'''' !i I their hammocks on their shoulders. At UNIVERSITYOF
: : .t'.1 began to travel from one p.ace to an-

.,; Offices, 108 and 110 East Papers on Saleon Trains fur ether, always endeavoring to get!i first the hammock isn't heavy, but after Action of the.Hiunam Body Outstrips
I is the season quarantines. home. Probably he would never! I an hour or so it drags on one's shoulders Everything In Motion} NORTH CAROLINA :
Government. Phone 38. and at all News Stands.PHXiSACOLA.
_
At Mobile a rather peculiar! state of have been heard from had not Capt.| like l ad. Besides, it is not at all "As quick as lightning" is a phrase

-- _- ---irr -I-- -.1._--_1 1- -A. _...., I _1tIj I affairs exists, which has in it the ele- John Thos. Hurry, of the police court I entertaining to stare fixedly at a square colloquially used to'express tfce| maximum 1789-1906

ment of danger. The Register:, of Sun mission at Worcester, Eng., interested I foot of painted vreodwork for an hour !I of rapidity, but, according to a Head of the State's Educational; S>t.

: FLORIDA, }t' 'DA Y MORNING, JUNE 22. 1906 day said: h/mself: in him. : or mOle at a time. electricity itself I tern.

--- ---- ,. We__have a little national quarantine Cantain Hurrv. found Silcox in the Ii Another nnr. <:,hmpnt thnt .Tnrlr <1r>-j well. known" scientist. dL, .1" 6..! Jt I .n.....,DADTM PJTC.
r. ol our own down this way, by virtue prison there dresssd in I -ith' -- leis I 18 outstnppea oy mat oiu i.wuu -nit a S,5I I Sd
Great Naval Fleets '; against yellow fever should no lon'geravail of section 13 of the Treasury reg-- full a vagrant His pitiable: sp'ses'! is tailing a spoon. I machine, the human body, by which it Collegiate, Engineering,
of vermin.
:1 since doubt and distrust are rags and placed upon the deck, with two large I be !
ulations. Our quarantine board makes to ask a'boutl) appears powers can so to spjeak Graduate, Law,
::5 of the World. now shown by experience to be unjus-' a certain regu'ation as to entry of his conditon home: ,led and the capta obtaining: the address wooden buckets, one filled, with water generated in the brain transmitted Medicine, Phar"j: ,
upon
tifiable. Why should we hesitate to vessels from Cuba. and the collectorof of the man's mother sent a .let and the other empty. With a spoon he I through the nerves and developed! in I
Some time since The London Daily give the power to save us from consumption must all the water from one bucket
the port sets it aside, possibly by ter to her, telling her of her son's con dip the muscles in an infinitesimal fraction -, Library contains 43,000 volume ,
r Graphic published the following interesting -I into the same hands that instructions from the department. that be rais and transfer it to the other, being; second. waterworks, electric hgb't- < -
dition, and asking money of a ;
*". data relative to the fleets of saved us from yellow fever? Until now' it was supposed that tbe him-hoaie. i meanwhile, the butt of his comrades' tral heating system X i ,..
ed"with which
to send stated that playing
It is a pianist !
I One of the first duties of the legi-
France Russia, Germany quarantine board made the rules for Mrs.j jests and jeers.Sometimes dormitories, gymnp'iun
Great Britain information
first
This was the of Mendelssohn played: 5,593
lature at its next session should be a presto
the protection of the health of the C. A.
Y.1..
t Italy the United States and Siicox, who is very aged, had of her!! a delinquent is made to and three building
the appointment of a joint committeeto state, but if the collector's, act stands, notes In four minutes sec-
i Japan, the compilation being based I advise with Dr. Porter and other the quarantine board is out of busi son in many months, and her anxiety j! walk slowly backward and forward onds. The striking of each of he13e. It 682 STUDENTS. 74 IN FACULTY,

'I scientists to the legislation and and worry was greatly relieved, asj t along the deck, nursing in his arms a two Fall hin
,J upon the respective strength on March as ness. We do not even need the national has been estimated, involved The term ;
fs' aI 1906:" I'' means needed to begin: an active cam quarantine law that has just. she believed when he dd: not come six inch projectile, weighing a little movements of the finger and possiblymore. Sept. 10, 1906. AddreFRANCIS -:
paign against the worst of the plagues home from Pensacola and nothing over 100) pounds. Once" a sailor, who
The number of battleships of these passed the house :and senate. The whereaboutsthat P. VENABLE. P--, ,
could learned'of his "
now afflicting us. At present we have secretary of the treasury, with, his be laughed at the stammering speech of the movements of th wrist
countries is as follows( : Great Britain I such fate had befallen him, Again, ? Chapel Hill N. C,
only tried to give the health board some his commander made to stand
aa- book of regulations, can do it all and was up-
61, France 29, Russia 12, Germany ; he dead. elbows and arms can scarcely! be less
else that
thority to save us from importationsof it will certainly be cheaper. or was on forebridge, in full view of thechip's
11.
11, United States 15, Japan I than one movement for each note. As
,Coast defense vessels, armored: the disease and most inadequate The admission of vessels from infected The letter from Captain Hurry led crew, and !la'ugh for an hour anda twenty-four notes were played! each
I '
{ him and
means are provided for even that be- to correspondence between
!France 9, Russia 6, Germany 11, Unit, ports, or even suspected ports, half. second and each Involves thre I movements -
Let the G. R, Stanton, Want
be and
ginning.
': ed States 11. Japan 3. I war pushed should not be allowed at any southern Hon. S. M. Loftin and Spitting upon the deck of a man-of- Do You The
let no reasonable expense be considered the latter of Bluff Springs, who act- we would have seventy-fwo voluntary
5- Cruisers of all classes: Great Britain port. tAn ounce of prevention is always war is strictly prohibited. Cuspidorsare
too much cost for a victory that ed for Mrs. Silcox in directing: the movements per second. ;
worth
I a pound of cure, and the
; 114, France 57, Russia 13, Germany placed at intervals along the deck,
.. 35 certainly awaits an attack waged under thing to do is to keep pestilence care Qf her son and forwarding the Again the place, the force, the time
States away.
United
47 Italy 25 ,
and these must be used.
Upon some
{'" such direction when proper powers -: All know the difficulty of coping with money for his transportation home. and the duration of each of thee movements
' Japan 26.Torpedo, are provided and means given. ; Letter. I ships, when a sailor is caught spitting I
vessels torpedo boat destroyers disease once it gets a foothold. T. estate Captain Hurry's were controlled. All these motor BESTFishing
It is not too to first letter which upon the deck, a small tub is strappedto
Great soon begin a campaign -) and national quarantine authori- Captain Hurry's I I reactions were conditioned ppon
;t': Britain 251 and, France torpedo 301 boats, Russia: 247,I of education. It is idle to say'' ties should harmonize their differ. apprised Mrs. Siicox of the .where bis chest, and he is made to wear it. knowledge of the position of each finger .
' that We need not tax ourselves tol!II at Mobile abouts of her son 'and his condition, Anyone who chooses may use this
ences and for
work the best
"'4S Germany 128, Italy 152, United States of each hand before it was; moved,
save others. The danger Is at our, interests of : is as follows: walking receptacle. The offender thus
f the health
purbl'.c and
14, Japan 111.Submarines. I while moving it, as well as ofthe;; auditory
f
, S : Great Britain 25, own doors and the enemy is no respecter stop tiat childishness referred to in: "4 Fairfax Place, Lansdowne Road, punished rarely repeats his offense. effect to force and pitcb, all of

c c France 39, Russia:/ Germany 1, ttaly I of persons. I the above clipping as to exercising i Worcester, Eng., March 14; 1&06. which involves equally rapid ;'sensory Tackle

2, United States 8, Japan 5.L authority in direct! opposition to each I "Dear Madam: J aoa sorry to in- transmissions. :
I The Mae Wood-Senator Platt scan other. More places! than the of form that your son, Lewis Silo
port you
; Great Britain Is the only country returning A Crusher. If !
we add to this the work! of the
dal has broken out again, this time Mobile are Interested in the cox, was this mornyig sent to prisonin .
; scouts, the number entered quaran- There 13 a prominent official In Washington Tennis, Golf, Baseball and ,\' ;
. heinlt' 8.Under. I by reason, of the determination'of the I tine against infected places. thts city for being a vagrant, that! a frequent diner at the hotels, memory In placing the notes |tn their Goods tha best Phonographs au ,
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is'' is found far from hone:: aaJJ proper position as well as the fact that
being
i. the building return it Michigan damsel to bring suit against! who is most fastidious in his ideas I the ords, the best Dog Medicine, :;,.
building'i sleeping in a shed, without means of performer at the same tlmeparticii -
l' shown that Great Britain is Senator Platt for divorce, it. being a1- I ;t.> HHr r with respect to the service rendered by in the Bicycles, the best Tires th! r
i emotion the selection
10 armored I support. He has. been in this city pates describes -
6 first-class battleships
J.- leged that Platt and 'Miss Wood were!I *now for some maths and a few per- waiters. One afternoon this official and feels the strength and Typewriters, the best Lock and n.
18 boat destroyers
torpedo
L and cruisers 15 submarines. France 6 first-' married at the Fifth Avenue Hotel in' ** BOOK NOTICE.I, #i sons here have given him a few coppers feeling somewhat under the weather, weaknesses of the performance;; we arrive Fitting, best Trunk Repairing :
\f a Gas Lamp, and last but not lea :
{ omit his usual substantial
\ alittle to
: class battleships, 23 torpedo boat de-: New York, on November 9, 1901, some GlH iHHMHM Si **A with vfhich. to 'get him t decided at a truly bewildering network of best Roller Skates?

. itroyers, 52 torpedo boat and 32 sub- time previous to the aged senator's bread, but I aqi' afraid that he has I lunch and to substitute therefor some Impulses coursing along at inc ncefea-
: all the time. He is lit. light refreshment. As he entered the Why go to
slept rough
oarines.Russia. bly rapid rates. ;
II III marriage to Mrs. Lillian T. Janeway.I II Baker's Action Primer. By Thomas t
t Four first-class battleships, i erally covered with vermin and most cafe of a fashionable hotel, a new
I : O. Baker Pd. D. Such estimates show
I If the muck rake should be Principal of PublIc : too, that we are
4 armored cruisers, 1 ftrst-ctess protect- draggedover 1 School No. 128, Brooklyn, New York.i I' scantily attired in dirty rags. waiter, with the grandest of manners, I capable of doing many things at once.

led cruiser 23 torpedo boat destroyers:' the private life of Senator Platt Cloth 12mo., 112- pages with illustrations. .I "I have.-toldhim I would write to hastened forward to take the hat and The mind is not a unit but is composedof B. BRUCEPENSACOLA

>:; and 15 submarines. Germany: S1rtc1ass :i with as much vigor as in the case of I ,Price 25 cents. American I you and ask" yo?,if you can send me coat of the official He then assumed 'I' higher and lower <:centers the available

i: battleships! armored, crnls- Senator Smoot the gentleman from I I: Book Company, New York, Cincinnatiand money to pay ms fare from here the blandest of expressions and awaited fund of attention being distrtbBted FLORIDA
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!, ers, 6, torpedo boat: destroyers and 1 New York would hardly benefit by a: Chicago.' I home. He is anxious to come home, the order.' Scarcely glancing at the I them.-Peaisoa's .

submarine, "experimental." Italy:I' Children love action, and learn most I I but is unable to' move towards you bill of fare, the official said: "Bringme among 'uty.Gardening ,

. Four first-class battleships, 2 armor comparison. rapidly through their chosen activi-; through lack of'means. We have been a milk toast" The waiter heard ,
!i I I I i SAFES SAFES SAFES! SAFES !
S ed cruisers, 4 torpedo boat destroyers ties. This Action I in communication with the American In America. :
PrImer fs admirably but remained motionless, all attentionto
and 4 submarines. The annual cry for help is now i minister in this 'country, but because in America has Diebold Safes !
-c 20 torpedo boats I I adapted to meet their wants In this I hear the rest of the anticipated or Gardening- reached i Buy
United .States: Eleven first-class arising trom tbs harvest flek's of respect. The attractive illustrationsare : your son has lost his papers which what one might call the "awkward :,
dem"That's all I want, said the official Scarritt Moreno Agent.
. ( battleships, 8 armored cruisers, 3 bleedin' Kansas..HHftMi.HH. pictures! of children and animalsin j prove him to be an American citizen, !" age." Neither a man nor a gentry ]I i 1

, seouts and 4 submarines. Japan: lively action. Many of the actionscan the mnister! cannot help him. "hurry up goes a-gardening in early youth. "Men -- -
Four first-class battleships, 3 armored be ""1hen your s comes out of pris The waiter went away with disappointment -,----
performed in the class room,I come to build stately sooner than to
0 on I will put a shirt and coat, etc., on and contempt stamped upon I r---
\ cruisers, 1 second class protected cruiser thus holding the interest and atten- garden finely," as Bacon and
once sajiJ, I The 1908 Model
25 torpedo boat destroyers and 2 tion of the pupils. The text is t him and get him.in a poor house until every feature of his haughty counte-
POPULIYellow progressive li; from I The official had not failed to I as every garden writing body has repeated -
, S submarines. [ receive a reply you. hopei nance.
ILOX introducing not too many new i
.. I until Sir Francis in tyysiuir.
I i be able to help him come Remington-
S I words, and reviewing sufficiently. It you may observe the disposition of the waiter;
: home I cannot tell! what will be.1 I must regret be ever made the remark!
Senator Morgan, has celebrated his is suited for teaching by the word and or so be decided not to give his usual:

eighty-second birthday anniversary'and I I sentence methods, and involves also.1 come of him. If you are not able.to. generous fee. The waiter, after considerable I which none the less is true. Gardeningis Sholeswith

Is still able to give Osler the Fever Mosquitoes. some application of phonetics. Nursery send the money to pay his fare just I delay slowly returned with essentially! middle aged enjdyment. i i'I ,

:, Editor ,Pensacola Journal: rhymes and poetry form a large'I put the matter before the people about, the toast As he laid it down, he also 'I and America being, as nations; go, atil: i: its new billing attachments
loud ha ha. In of yesterday you there and they might collect young, her garden craft has th your paper you, part of the contents; and script sentences -t (: placed the bill upon the table-a check S, and instantly interchane{-. c':e ca--
quote Dr. Doty health officer of the are given for the pupils to enough. There needs enough to pay I I for 25 cents the price of the modest of youth. It has its incongruities; ini i' riages tabulator and t \ c 'r
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of New York, sayin'g in con for a suit of clothes, shoes, hat etc., :
port as copy. dish. i :harmonies and it often mistak.es Size ribbon movement, is th. d' ,: >. _R-
..r For Protection nection,with the new quarantine regulations fare from Worcester to Liverpool, "That's a small check," he remarked ;, and expenditure for excellence.-Century. plete combined
: ; from Liverpool to New York or Philadelphia -! I

: Against Plag es. "New York is; of course, in no danger Fox's Indian Primer. By FlorenceC. and from the seaport to his superciliously. t ; Billing andCorrespondence

S The Jacksonville Times-Union advocates for there are no yellow fever mosquitoes Fox, Primary Critic, Milwaukee.I home and one would have to go wth'|', "Yes," said the official, dryly, "it t Aa Envied Editor. .
Wisconsin Normal
School
there." : Primary! him from here to Liverpool to see would have been 50 cents at a first John Black, for many years editor of ,

S the appointment of a legislative Dr. Doty is presumably an expert Girls Department, University School for' him pn the ship., I suppose $40.00 or I class house."-American Spectator. I the London Morning Gferonicle,. prided
Chicago. Cloth
committee to advise with Dr. Jos. Y.I. and a high authority. But if he is pages,, with illustrations., 12tno.Price., 120 25 I $50.00 would cover expenses. I am I himself on being a Judge of meh. His machine manufactured. Designed

::4-i Porter, state health officer, for the' correct how can the epidemics which cents. American Book Company New the city and police commissioner at I Model jlckne4. 'I pride was justified by the fact jthat be as it was for fast service, built for

': purpose of formulating legislation to have in the past devastated Philadel- York, Cincinnati and Chicago.. I this city, but I cannot pay his expenses -! The pretty girl had told the artist secured the services of many very able hard use, recommended by experts
S phia, New, York and the coast towns from here hoine. I am sorry and guaranteed wear, it is
protect the people of the state from This little book supplies interesting that she had posed before, and on the Ontribut rs.. Mr Black was noted for against
as far north as New Hampshire be i also: that the American minister cannot -, I offered as the idealTypewriter
dlferent.1 supplementary. reading, with strength of that statement she got a his independence and contented spirit
o the ravages of plagues of accounted for? an I help him, but I feel sure there are I!
easy vocabulary and short job. She hadn't held the ten minutes both of which illustrated the
simple pose are ,by
sentences
i descriptions, but especially with reference !3K there are no yellow fever mosquitoes -I friends around his home who will be I I
! which bring it within the before she turned deadly white following story:
to consumption. The Times- in those latitudes, what becomesof grasp ready to send up help, that your son ;
L i of first year pupils. Five ,types of Indians and sank the floor.
to Mr. Black was in the habit otcalling; :
tTnion the following to the the doctrine that the only means Lewis may be returned to you. Help\ for producing the most good work in
has say on I have been selected whose "
history "Model sickness, said the experienced on Lord Melbourne;then at the head
of transmission Is the mosquito? ,I a brother when he's down: do not the shortest tune with the least effort.
. subject: Are we not compelled: to fall back I II I dfren.: will Their appeal especially to chil-- kck: while he Is there. if you cannot I artist after she had gone. "I of the government who one d'y said Write today for full description.
A generation a'go some still held food shelter, clothing, knew she was lying, for the first timers to him In his abrupt Black
I upon the old theory of contagion or help. Show this letter to the mayor,j way: "Mr. Local Azeots wanted for
with Malthus that war and pestilence I I infection? I I ed manners out in and customs )have been work I marshal or sheriff and ask them to,: always get it. It is as well defined a I you are the only person who cqmes to unoccup>.4 territory.
story form, the 1fe'of: little
were lXessings in disguise since, with And must we not regard the mos a !end their assistance to get the means.! complaint as seasickness and has to be I see me who forgets who I am. You

out them, man would multiply beyond!quito as only one among several i ter Indian In each child instance.being used as a csn-t I wish my misson was rich enough to,!I treated the same way. It is a form of I forget th*.** ni prime minister THE ARITHMOCRAPH CO.
I I MajesticBidg., ChicagoJACKSONVILLE
the food capacity of the earth and so I I agencies in the transmission of this., 'Accompanying home. \rW '
him .
5 each lesson is a story chosen from Indian send nausea and is caused as much by the I Black itamm.erih, $ out an apol-
millions must starve that a remnant I I disease? i myths andlegendSiThe "Yours truly, I nervous strain the new model is always ogy when' Lord Melbourne continued,

'might live. But modern science has!, ENQUIRER. pictures are both artistic and numerous edu- "CAPT. JOHN THOS. HURRY, C. A, under as by the unusual experience "You nevfr ask me for anything andI I'
removed this danger for science shows "!
"Police Court Mfssioner. FLA.
I cative. .5 of standing in one position. I wish you would."
that the production of food may be i'y *'i'ln+)
Indefinitely multplied! also. The con-, -. ', _3 The Money Was Sent I I have had big. strong men even negroes "I am truly obliged to you," answered -I 204 West Bay Street,

trol of nature powers Is being con' & THE AMBITION OF & .Ant.; Eggs.Ants' :As soon as this letter was receivedMrs. I go the same way. It is something Black: "but I don't want anything.I .
and 1 I' .I : Silcox and her relatives ianneli-: every artist has to make allow am editor of the,Morning Chronicle
chemistry is
stantly widened now CHAS. M. SCHWAB #I eggs are considered a choice I
',' the handmaid of agriculture. Along l dish In some countries.' They are ately set about raising the necessarymoney I. ances for, and only practice can cure I like my business, ,,'and I live happily

parallel lines, man is acquiring the! Atlanta: News. spread upon a slice of bread and but which t.hey succeeded friends. In in the doing -,I lit. although I know old models who on my Income." Old papers sold at

mastery over disease and human life!I 0i ter, and sauces considered excellentare meantime with the help of had been I I still suffer from it, especially if they "Then, sir, I envy you!" exclaimed

':' la lengthened. We are beginning to'i '1 -$ l '$ made with them. They' are esteemed passing between correspondence Solicitor Loftin and I are in an awkward, pose."Exchange.: II the premier.- "And you are the only 1 this office.
dream of the century mark as the normal I man I ever-did-envy,"
as a costly tood in Slam within the
Captain Hurry, and as soon: as !
of instead of the
length our days And! now comes Charles M. Shwab,
the reach only of well to do people. raised it was S
was :9
three score years and ten. We hayeconquerE'd I. the steel trust man. the piker at :Monte money forward-I I -
They are the object of an Important ed to Worcester. It -

terror.the Ima1l Yellow pox fever which is under was Carlo, the millionaire who never earn- trade in some countries of northern $52.00. Mr. Loftin and Mr. :anton:. _t ._::tJt_ ,.,..=....Il t J::; J_ t J _.tH_ ...fJ.Of...... ..U." .. t u..fLf,,. ......,.
once a I ed a dollar of his millions and will I """"' "'- ...,
Europe, where they Tare cooked !Iq boilIng had entered into the matter through a t
4 oar hand. The plagues of the east not'tell where he got them trying to : !
say be kept at a distance. Why; then! sneak into the United States senate water and yield a kind of vinegaror spirit of friendship and were glad to :

: might not also the plague be conquered of temperateclimates We by Nevada way that of the only rottenborough casts from 10.000 state of to formic acid. be cox of home.A assitance-ln. getting Lewis S'l- i i Our Pianos Are Built By :Specialists


1r have traced the germ of consumption 12.000 votes in any election, state or Just *.Bad. Disapoointing! Letter.

to'Us hiding place and we know how nationaL A clergyman asked 'the choir leader After the money was sent there: was ; who have attended the highest f skill in pino building. This results in fi

It la propagated and disseminated. Even at our Savannah: maximum Caat) you do something to arouse the a long delay and then a disappointing'
urely the victory Is only a question I I price per vote-$40( -Schwab would Interest of tbe men la the: choirf' letter from Captain Hurry who, with: hi pianos of unsurpassed durability, beauty ;j of finish, proper adjustmentand ;:i

Of time and philanthrophy is working only have to put up less than $300,000to "Yes," said the leader. ."I could puta Silcox had gone from Worcester to perfect tone
Sz to hasten the hour of triumph. I' make sure of a place in the great widow in it, but then all the women Liverpool and purchased a ticket to, lasting quality. Now is Four opportunity to buy one.

k, '; Since the board of health has done t American "House of Lords," known to would lose Inte t.".-Kansas City New York but Sileox was refused. :

i 10 much we are justified in hoping it I the vulgar as "The Millionaire's Club." Star. & passage. During his incarceration at I BUY ONE NOW -PAY WHEPJJ YOU LIKE

- will do yet more-prpvided the means Nevada had' 42,335 inhabitants in. Worcester he had taken some diseaseof 1 ,
. are furnished: If yellow fever claimed 1900 and perhaps has fewer ,
I I now. Atlanta Right the skin and could not pass the
- ,, &3 many victims in Florida for :a/ has more than three times the 1 know one 'place where a man's medical examination demanded by i K anyway call and see us or write'us about this plan. Many a home now 1 1I'

year consumption, does, the peopleS I I population of the silver state, but the good name doesn't nt.It the ship. The letter told of the disappointment '

,.- would compel the legislature to adopt Republicans-: made that big patch of "Where can that her co of both, of the expense enjoys a piano under this plan. You can oo. i {

the means proposed by the board of t mountains, and gulches a sovereign incurred in making the trip, and as he I'

health and modern science to stop its state !order to get two United States "On an umbrella.-AmerIcan. Spec had a skin complaint lodging for him -5- ., ;

ravages, but only an outcry from the senators when they needed them in tator. S. could not be procured. Capta'n: Hurry i f., '

public will force action from the leg :a hurry head off a threatened Dem- ., finally succeeded In getting him In an Oldest and Largest 114-116 S. Palafox st. Mi
!islature.- That As Sheflad'fleaMIt. Music, House in clutter Music House '"!
pressure should be ocratlcs majority in' that body. infirmary near Worcester, where he ia Phone1S
Immediately applied. The that Schwab is Kindergarten Teachej: What'animal Florida PENSACOLA :
delay Charlie about as fit to -: was placed under the care of a phy w
S ensued and the difficulties that confronted be United States senator as Big Bil'Devery Ii called the king of beasts? ScholarPa sician. This was-one month ago' and GEO. W. C. CLUTTER Tfes.f I B. E. CLUTTER. Sec.: MmmBmi

us in the beginning of the war of New York Is to be president. when ma's madj! as soon as he was cured Captain Hur-. f i

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THE PENSAGOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY. MORNING, JUNE 22, 1908 PAGE FIVE
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"The Best Is What We Sell" t '"' Dandetine I their Mrs. HEALTHY OLD AGE f

Calera, Ala., _
t& PEOPLE and EVENTS 'a visit with
ARTOfLlfE
GREW'THIS. HAIR ;
'. .' ;' The '
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To : 4z AND WE bridge at the top Women Paastag1 Tbruuh

| Seen, Heard and Done Among Those. Who Go) Gome; and j CANPROVE noon Skinner from 5 Change of Life

Providence
; has allotted us each at

InvestigatePure I Tarry as Women and Society.
own fault if die
we prematurely.
__ > r from a visit
: ,. .
Food i E. NELLIE Telephone.6d ,. prise. -. .
By BECK. i ., .
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ySX8X8X8XSXS'PRESIDENT ao Mr. James .. .
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Our store has been tried and ii. iiib.YiA1iff : ; o

WH found to contain nothing AND MRS. BROWN: "f fZ The [
of Groceries and The Joitrna/'s Fashion ( zalez ;
of
?,,( -ne best (ILEFT IN THEIR HANDSOME Daily Feature..
v> ,rP Foods. :Also to be clean I P pained to : f .
",,",,1 ;-.i.-rfectly, sanitary. : PRIVATE CAR "THE HI1; >ALGO." h4L k' will be % z .
NEW ARRIVALS. Mr. E. N. Brown arrived Wednes ; i! now ;

: Tips .. .35c can : day evening in his luxurious .'private ,. *-_ _wt "
A.- 'i.raJllS car, "The Hidalgo" and left last Mrs. Ellis yi ,
US (fancy whole) 20c : ?>
o\i 3 night at eleven fifteen accompaniedby AIu\\ spent the p;
French .40c
'ul\es ( ) can I Ijo"
A) his wife and children for New Dennis
Peas .2 c can II
-Ifl' : ;York and a tour of the East. before turned \?
}1.'I.IOms. . 15 and 25c can : returning to their home in Mexico. by :Mrs.
Paste .. .. ..25<: jar I
AU.Jl"\: I
While In Pensacola "The Hidalgo" ecla relatives

,, I .was Bia'etracked' and Mr. Brown join ... I
ed his wife and children as the -MISS LUOY MAY. The many f.-
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guests of Mrs. Brown's sister and '-t.LI. 685 E. 434 St.. Chicago. Avery will
I husband Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V. I Dand&r1ne ia!>e8 ills bate feel Ute! unwoven* now
Hannah on East Gregory.In sUk. It produces that; silky and glossy effect 10 treatment at .Afl'J./vtaryKoehne)

ROSEN AU&GERELDS, Mexico Mr. Brown is a very $ much stimulating admired properties contains,Just what healing.thescalpneeds cooling and, he has been :
prominent American financier and a'' f and what thin and falling hair must have. It 13 one of the exhaustion invites disease
leading railroad executive being the only hair remedy ever made that will positively ing of the statement is the positive truth

The Fancy Grocers, ', president of four important roads' effulgence.produce NOW capillary at ail attraction druggiststhree and natural sizes. society. and : everything becomes a burden

"The Mexican National "The Intei-! '25c., 50o and $1.00 per bottle be a source you cannot walk a ew blocks with
oceanic," "The International," and' JSKOWLTON JAKDElUNJCO..C : excessive fatigue! and you break
Phone 391. Pensacola. The roller into perspiration easily, and
"The Hidalgo" railrodas. your
From here Mr. Brown and familygo I' ; /.iL I the young flushes and you grow excited and
for their annual summer tour of I i advantages, at the least provocation. and
BOSSO'SIce 'i many a girl cannot bear to be crossed in any
the North and East.
spend her you are in danger: your nerves
GULF CITY COFFEE CO. -+- mock and given out ; you need building up
MRS. McREYNOLDS AND
fiiI' Cream asleep in a once I To build up woman's nerv-
MISS KATE UOFTIN' GAVE Factorycan system and during the period of
Roasters, Blenders and Shippers of merrily ;
THEIR PUPILS AN OUTING. ;, ness of this of life we know of no better
.
furnish you cream In than Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
Fine CoffeesOUR 'Mrs. 0. E. MoReynolds, principal any quantity. Satisfaction I Compound. Here is an illus
eno! teacher of Grade 1, and Miss guaranteed., : Dainty Mrs. Mary L. Koehne 371:
COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL Kate Loftia teacher of Grade 2, in PHONE 1326 baby !: Avenue. Chicago. III., writes :
GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL Public School No. 70, gave their I K : jj I tik1i'I SAM BOSSO. Prop. 'A. Sweet, ; i I have used Lydia E. Pinkham's\"egetabJe
,
.. :grades an outing Tuesday that de airing for years In mv fsiLily and it
lighted the children. since her j disappoints; so when t fell that I was
'aL : I the change of life I commenced treat
Alter the morning lessons were
--- which hswas recently ordered. with itI took in all about six bottle
Mrs. J. H.
completed the :pupils] were taken to Capt. Bowman. though dignified and it did me a great deal of gOOd. It stopped
I
1"A Hot Bird in the large and shady grounds of the extremely reserved had won a placein 'I !i i dizzy spells pains in my back and the
!Mr. and } I
residence of Mrs. J. D. Wolfe-mother the esteem of the local service with which I had suffered for
l of Mrs. McReynolds and of Hon. J. in a few da} before taking the Compound. I feel
that
was hardly realized till he was if it had not been for this medicma
II where on great
A Cold Bottle. Emmett Wolfe-who kindly gave the gone, ana'! thos.3 who know him best the Milligan : I' women that I should not have been alive
little ones tie freedom of her place THE BABY'S NIGHTIE. most highly esteem him uniting in i It is splendid for women.old or young,

Of course there are lots I for the occasion. Much care should be exercised in no buttons on the back vent to fret wishes for his increasing happinessand Capt. will. surely Pinkham cure all female disorders."
r
And, they certainly had a glorioustime. continued advancement. daughter-in-law of
of folks that know what Each child went generously the selection of proper garments for the small sleeper the ribbon run S Fort : E. Pinkham. of Lynn. Mass in-
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that is, but if you want'a supplied with good things to eat, the wee babe. The little day and through the lace trill embroidery beading Miss Anna May McCoy of Atmor, spend a few all sick and ailing women to write
cold bird. with no ug- at the neck and tied in a bow in service for advice. Her
rrhich with many buckets of cool night slips should be made amply full, :Ala., who has .been ths attractive great experience
gestion of a bottle just lemonade afforded them a fine feast the back being sufficient to hold the : their service. free of co-t
drop in for a glass of our and trimmings should be of the sim- garment together. The sleeves are 'igues't of Miss Alice Freeman for several Mr. and :
matchless soda. or a plateof The teachers were assisted by Mrs. pliest and finest. This little night comfortably full and these are also weeks, left Wednesday for home. mingham, 5!:","", ',
I). B. Rutherford and Miss Mabel Lof--
our incomporable iceCHOCOLATE robe, so suggestive of simple cornfort.1 finished with the ribbon-run beadingand 4 of Dr. and
tin who aided in entertaining -
greatly is of white nainsook cut on 'Mr. Penn Harvey who returned
cream., lace edging. Morning slips may Thursday
the seventy five children who enjoyed
que lines, the length being about one also be made after this same pattern Tuesday night from Princeton, is
NUT SUNDAE the picnic. yard from neck to hem. There are with very good effectto !being warmly welcomed by the young Miss Mabej
-+- set with whom he is especially popu tractive :
PECAN CREAM. BRILLIANT AN'D BEAUTIFUL lar. MAlO
of Meridian
HAYS-LEW IS WEDDINGIN wedding march by Mendelsohn as sickness and yet secured the very Johnson a
-I MARIANNA THURSDAY.One the procession left the altar. 'hgh! average of 9S per cent both in The German vice-consul and his The ladies
Immediately after th.3 ceremony class ana1 at the "Final Exams," 'wife, Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Rolfs ing vacation, -,.,,,<"' Io -",,,,=
of the most beautiful society
COFFEE Mr. and Mrs. Lewis drove to the 'Which was the highest mark attained. who have been boarding since their days with !
events In Marianna recently, was the I[bride's home where traveling atlts Those who know Miss Hazel will marriage have gone to housekeeping
Hot Biscuits and Rolls every trilliant wedding Thursday afternoonof donned and left .the six North Hill, in. the house. at the
they
were on not be surprised at hearing this as on (ISure to
morning at 5 o'clock. :Miss Ethel Rosalind, daughter of o'clock train for their home 908 southwest corner of DeSoto and Pala
Mr. Harrell Alexander Hays of that She 1 Is known to be very gifted anda la. thePowdered
{Nprth Akraniz which was all prepared brilliant future In the
literary path far.
fox.'p
McNeal Lewisson
plaqe: and Mr. Adam :
of Dr. and trs. Richard Lewis of for their reception. has often. been predicted for her.
Notable the quantities of Jua'ge' Carter and his daughter
among -+- I
B.
G.
Kandy Kitchen Cafe. Pensacola.Ths in the silver, cut glass, china and other I A QUIET HOMEGATHERING Miss Genie, will reach the city Tues, : 101'A
ceremony took place beautiful gifts were two chests of day and will be guests at Mrs. S. A.
ON MRS. H-AHN BIRTHDAY.Mrs. .
First church at half
t
104 S. Paafox.Phorie9.99Escaffibia Presbyterian silver one from the groom's. family iMoreno's corner Spring and Belmont G. B.
past four o'clock and long before the and one from the bride's father. I, W. J. Hahn's children, who are -6 N. Y., writes.t.r'A
hour the auditorium was fillet: with Among the visiting guests for the; In this section were her guests Miss Cora Callaway of Bagdad. is ago I wrote

friends of the two families. wedding were Mrs. H. Powell gran<.- Thursday at her beautiful home at visiting her cousin Mrs. 0. Jacober- been entirely
Mrs. W. B. Farley presided at the' Cottage Hill to enjoy the annual trouble :
mother of the bride, and Mrs. L. H son corner Ninth street and Four ney
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organ with skill and while waitingfor dinner with which they have always teenth bottles of
IWakefieldl, both of Cuthbert, Ga:; avenue.,
Press in gClub the bridal party accompanied Mrs. (Mrs. W. L. Crow of Chipley Fla.; cetebrated her birthday. 4 entirely I Toilet

Ln.'iug, Cleaning and Pressing of!, M. R. Burton who sand "0 Promise, Dr. Richard Lewis father of the They had an elegant turkey dinner, Mrs. C. W. King who has been ment and
: Me" with t9nder expression. I Pensacola find the beloved mother and children Grace disease
t'II' emen's and ladies' Clothing. Club I groom ; and those of the visiting her brotherlnlaw at ney
''I The church was beautifully decorated attendants whose addresses have spent a quiet lovely time together. rifle, spent Thursday with her aunt to say that I ;
rates )a1y $1.00 month. We call
per smilax and
:, : in cool green "southern. I been given.EUCHRE Bach presented Mrs. Hahn a nice Mrs. S.1.. Scarritt, and her sister of any of : .
r till! deliver all work. No. 9 E. .
in
:liui-ndeneia. ferns, climaxing in a double altar : -+- souvenir with a kiss for every year, Hiss Virginia PurSy, and leaves this four years '
WALTER and about which the :wedding party I WAS ELEGANTLY and wishes for many returns of the morning to spend a month with evidently Soap ..
MAULTON & CO. .
Old Stand. Props.Selix's grouped in an attractive way. ENTERTAINED: THIS WEEK day. friends in CUntonville.la.. heartily
Promptly at the half hour the organ Sirs. Hahn was assisted by her devoted + Cure to any
sounded the notes of the bridal, BY MRS.JOHNSON.The .
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daughter Miss Julia. in entertaining Lieut. Vogel who left Wednesday ney or !
a.lJsnc JA' ._h .. chorus from the opera Lohengrin,!! I Tue&a'ay: Euchre was elegant the visiting members of the tight for China. had quite an ovation W. A. '.- ;
I which was splendidly sung by a :entertained this week by Mrs. Johnson family, who were, Mr. and Mrs. W. at the Osceola Club where his friends apothecary. Did ever wash
I quartette of fine voices! Mrs. M. R.I at her residence on Barcelona H. Smith and daughter Miss Nina, bade him goodbye with many a toast you <
Burton. Mrs. C. L. Wilson; Mr. C. O. Miss Ery of Mobile won the ace of Cottage Hill; Mr. and Mrs. W. L. fellowship. Mr. Vogel is A LARGE
of good
TheyWere I Andrews and Mr. J. H. Carter, while' prize a beautiful ice cream set in Hahn and1 Miss Lois Houlett.of. Pen- greatly pleased' with his new billet MODERN : your hands in corn

the bridal procession entered. I' china. Mrs. Blebighauser won the sacola. and it is predicted that he will
First came three of the four matrons half dozen linen towels as a consolation -+- achieve all sorts of distinction in his I The final meal Of course

of honor who were Mrs. L. and Mrs. Humphrey the lone Mrs. Maggie Brown who has spent connection with the embassy at Pe- ern Workmen
Campbell of DeFuniek! ; Mrs. R. P'I hand prize a fruit knife. the last three weeks visiting friends kin. place Friday you have Well,

Pierce, and iMrs. Hays Lewis of I Miss Ery also received the guest in Chicago, leaves there Sunday to 6 Armory hall,
Marianna; and Mrs. R L. Walker "itCuthfbert I! (prize, a beautiful jardiniree on a spend three weeks with her niece will be"held : corn meal formsone
Smoked Ga., all wearing white lace:, it'edestal.while the booby. a pretty" Mrs. William Bucky in St Louis. Mrs. Fred Gflmore.--XeUie Cravsy All
rincess' robes over green silk and I fan went to Mrs. Ed. Peake. 'Gilmore-has returned from Jacksonville should do so of the ingredi*
ferns tied with whits- tulle. After the delicious and Atlantic Beach.
carrying I game refreshments 'Mrs. E. L. Pinney and three interesting as medical
As the three matrons filed gracefully were served. children, accompanied by her I 4- ed and
and up one aisle, the the three ushers I The next meeting will be with Mrs. sister Miss Alma Davis, left Thurs- (Mrs. John Cl Avery and Mrs. H. H. The M. W. |I ents of this delight'

!)Ir. C. L. \vdlson, Dr. R. F. Pierce, E. W.: Fowler. day morning to visit in Bluff Springs Thornton entertained a few friends man's friend.
and Mr. H. H. Lewis of 'Marianna I, -6 and vicinity for several weeks. informally at the Country Club Wednesday ful toilet article and

Packed approached by the opposite aisle and DEATH OF YOUNG LADY: night.

all entered within the outer altar KNOWN IN PENSACOLA.The (Mrs. Ea"ward: : Markham and children -I Office I we know it will
;\\here they stood during the cere many friends ofIIgs Clara after a brief but delightful visit I 'Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Graham are 8:30 p. m. .
week of Mr. and Mrs.
mon '. Hah*' daughter of Rev. Adam Hahn. w-lth her parents. have gone to Illinois guests this Room 1, : please you. It comes
camel "The ,
at Bungalow
'on Then along either aisle singly will be grieved to learn of her death. for the summer, stopping for a Fred 0. Howe 776. ; I

the four maids Miss May Davis of]I The family had started West with I, few days in Mississippi and Tennessee c. .. i in a tin toilet can,
!Mt. Pleasant. Fla.IlSS Annie Wood her in the interest of her health, but,! en route.
the Dowden of Columbia Ala.; Miss Hal-'I she began to fail so rapidly they returned -! EXCURSION Rathbone I II just like talcum
lie Lewis and Miss\ Sallie Wynn. of to their home in Battle I Mr. George Bggart a popular member next '
I Marianna-all in lace princess robes' Creek Iowa, where she of Southern
I' passed away Express Agent TO..DA I All members ; i powder and is always -
over pink silk antf carrying ferns oa Wednesday, June 13, and her body rowler's efficient staff, was taken ill! to he i ,
FarmSmithfield tied with steamers of white tulle, and was interred there on Sunday. at the office Tuesday and has beea cordially .
grouped about just outside the outer -+- unable to leave home since with the On SteamerMONARCH work. i, perfectly dry

altar and with the matrons and MISS HAZEL ATSINGER prospect of remaining there for several :

ushers completing an effective semi HOME WITH HIGH HONORS. days if not longer.. C. J. LEVY and convenient.
drcle on either side. The many friends of Miss Hazel t ,
Immediately following came the .Atsinger will be delighted to know IMr. Johnle Brown gave an enjoy ..to... I One can contains
fourth matron along: the central I that she has returned from Mt. Wash. a"ble" bay party Wednesday eveningfor Station I :'

aisle alone, preceding the bride'ssister 1 ington College, Ind., to spend her vacation Mrs. Mamie Bucky of St. Louis, I, The Life Saving Friday Excursion June :, enough powdered

and maid of honor Miss Natina in Florida and has passed guest of her sister Mrs. flams: ONeal. Leaves 4 p. m. and returns 7 p. m. bia, by class
Hays wearing whitelace princess i I through her past years' course with Mrs. Bucky left Thursday noon for Fare-Children, 25c; Adults, 35c.Benet Methodist : toilet for 200
white silk and carrying I soap
robe over great brilliancy, securing highest home. Gadsden St. M. E. Church. "
leaves ,
Virginia white carnations.Then i I honors in her class, besides drawingthe 4 I
the minister Rev. Clyde Johnson -!I goli; medals awarded for mathematics .' Mr .and Mrs Ike Hellbron did not I Fare, adults washings and it

the groom. and\ his brother and] domestic economy and .de. give the bathing party mentioned i
: !
!test man Mr. Richard Lewis of Pen! portment. Thursday, as it was an impromptu I -1 I.TOOK costs only
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Hams sacola entered from the vestibuh in] Special credit is due to Miss Hazel gathering of several friends at the

the rear of the altar; as the two lovely ,when it is recalled that she entered bath hou&: Domestic Finish I Ii
: little flower girls- Margaret Belle i, th.3 college almost a month late was 4 I The British 10 Cents
Francis Russ, both of lo,, which
Milton and withdrawn also for six weeksPwlng: i Marguerite, infant daughter of Mr
A little ,iMarianna ani: wearing dainty pink' end Mrs. A. J. Torrence, who has, With Pearl don. carried
higher than .. .
some silk frocks-followed by the little. .. -,..' been dangerously ill for six weeks, addition to i
others but- ring h ar&, fairy-like Evelyn Lewisof is now improving. cargo she }
the ) in of rosin and
( Pensacola sister of groom White Color.That's

an .accordean plaited white organdy I Helps the hill l The wedding of Miss Katie Stokes tobacco. The Wi.D'ALEMBERTE
frock with white ribbons precededthe over ;and Mr. Willie Warfield will take cargo was ; .
bride who entered on the arm of place Wednesday( June 27.V I what we give all ance of the.

her father'wM gave her away. I Got Lots ofBRAIN I I II white shirts and collarsat ing.
She was exquisitely lovely In a Mrs. R. Pope Reese and two chil- The Star. If you want '

,princess bridal robe of white lace WORK? 'dren are expected to-day from Bryan work of this character,
Sol Cahn & CO. trimmed with lace and worn over I Texas. where they have spent the last send your Shirts, Collars The ladies ,
veil of misty Cuffs to
soft silk enveloped In a month with her parents. and M. E. Church I
tulle fastened to her coronet of hair Friday, June ? : Druggist andApothecary

The Pure Food Store by a white aigrette and carrying a Mrs. B. J. Murray left Tuesday for The Star Steam 4 until 7 :
and plumosa UseirapeNuts ,
shower of ride roses Milton to spend several days with children Kc. I

friends., Laundry. board. : <
Swth
tit Corner Palafox and fern.During .
iRtendtndi the impressive ceremony I I I ; :

within the second altar the sweet Captain Bowman captain of the n IISa"'o.*' St. Phont 114. i; 121 S. Palafox Street. : .
t ''Meditation" floated softly Pensacola nayard, left Wednesday I ;
Phones of
jJg strains "THERE'S A REASON." Pentacola FUu\ ON JUNE
from the organ:,which after the L Washington to assume commandof I I .
S. TO ENJOY -.- .
fbenealction: pealed forth the joyous -- T the U. S. Rhode Island to
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I, AieaI REAL ESTATE l.tI veYou

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"OUR DOUBTS ARE TRAITORS, -
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AND MAKE US LOSE THE GOOD WE OFT MIGHT DO, Real Estate Lat st City Maps

BY FEARING TO ATTEMPT." BargainA

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BARGAINS .
; FOUR ROOM HOUSE, ONE For Sale? '. ; For

There's the trouble' with many a man. to-day-"afraid' BLOCK FROM BUSINESS DISTRICT SaleA

to attempt" Make up your mind toS ON LOT 28 FEET FRONT BY 170

j FEET DEEP, FOR North Block 12 you''will find ths! office prompt

Be Real Estate Owner $1000. West H and attentive, always willing to l large supply of CITY MAPS, containing -
1 aboutyour
a West King Tract, 6 lots _'_ advise and talk with you
This house rents for $96 per year, property, and
j and a man of means :in your community. You will and while it pays a fair interest now .__'-_:: .___________. $350.00 f all SUB-DIVISIONS, BLOCKS, LOTS

_. I I never do it unless you make the attempt. Begin at is sure to !ncrease in value. WE'LL SELL ITif
1 10 of the building and CHANGES IN NAMES OF STREETSin
j once by buying a piece of real estate Others have LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH ME prettiest :
the right
price
it-you can do it. FOR SALE. I CAN SELL IT. you'llput
lots in N w'City; over-
i. Come and talk it over with us. ( accordance with City Ordinances) will


We've Got What You Wantas looking the Bay. MONEY TO LENDin received ip a few days

LESLIE E. BROOKS Several beautiful lots in
a starter. If we havn't just what you want, we can any amounts at the least pos-

get it. Our list shows many "good things" that will Phone 462. Fisher Building the residence portion of 'sible'cost.FIRE These Maps; are mounted on Good, Heavy

I prove us.Pensacola. a "money-making" starter. Call write or hello North Hill. INSURANCE, I Linen and: on Rollers and are UP/TOx


I Ii HELP WANTED: For prices and particulars placed-)in either of six reliable DATE in every particular.

f **** ***** *** *** *** ** ****** ** ****"* T- companies.

Investment WA.'ITEI-Men everywhere; good apply toMcDavidHyer ,
i Company ''
pay; to distribute circulars adv. L. S. BROWN & CO.
matter tack signs, ,etc.; no canvaS3-
A. H. D'ALEJUBERTE, City Manager.W. ing. Address .National Distributing
Bureau, 100 Oakland Bank Bldg., Chi Company 201% Thiesen Bldg. "We Sell Lots."
KKOWLIS, ?Freiiden! R. B. SIMPSON: Sscntry. cago, Ill. '22J1W* HOOT N & WATSON

J.!. STILLMAN, V..Pres. ani den. Manigsr. KNOWLES HYEJ, Triisurar. .

Rael Estate, loans, General Investments. WANTEDBarber to manage shop of Agents New York WANTED Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insuranca Agency
" ,i' two chairs. Address Box 19, Car- Life Insurance Company. a'J rm.ruwur n-nfl .
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, 215 South Paiafox Street, Pensacola, Florida. rabelle, Fla. 22j3t. W'-L""TED-Partner with $4,000 to en JHONE 54 No. 3T S. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L '

gage in turpentine business. Good
1 -J-P--- : 8 E. Government Street
I WANTED good cook to cook two proposition. Address "Partner care

meals a day. Apply 520 N. Palafox Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. Journal. 22jlw*

St 21jlwWLiNTED ,
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WANTED:-The public to know that I =

In FOR SALENew -------- ------ can be bought at HOTEL I Ii
Will Double -A cook. Apply at 444 E. I old newspapers j
bundle. WW-flfltt WWt F F. J J. WHITE & C
Main street 20june3t I this office for five cents a They tWLtfUL JU J -- C flflt CD
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eight! room,house with hall 10th: II Some Good I are all clean and nice. \ COMMERCIAL HOTEL DeFuniaZFla.New ,
I 1 I WANTED-- Artesian Well
Ave. and 16th St. This place has to be DrillersFor
WANTED.-A. R Blnghaaa wants
sample rooms;
!1!. be good job printer and sober. Apply ; free bath and
Value Inside seen to be appreciated. .. ..$1750 to J. A. Sanborn, Carrabe'.le, Fla. I your moving and hauling. He guai* I good meals and good bads. Travel- Saw Mills and
!I I '. 20junelw, in Real Estate.I antees all. breakage. Fiona 630. ing men especially solicited. Rates $2
Lots 3, 4 and 5, block 140, New!< i
I per day. Mrs. M. H. Stanley, Prop. Turpentine Stills Especial 11
City. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$600'. TAILORESS-or seamstress; steady On East Jackson and Gadsden WANTED. -Table boarders, 203 W.'j 29may. .
i I Gadsdea St Miss Robinson. 17j I I' Geneva, Ala., and Graceville, Fla.
t of Year Bocks! 125 and 126; Petterson AJ-('I work; none but goodhelp; need ay- streets where the car turns off 16th 'I : We have three new fir-teVB .'. :.
a ply. Call at E. W. Walther's, 12 West into Jackson street in block 9i ?2.50 per .
dition water front, new six room ave. PARK HOTEL-Why pay i Ing machines. We are pit-part
Romana street. 17jlwi I of the New City Tract. I have five day when you can get as good room in wells from four '-,
house on same. .. .. .. .. ..$1,600 I FOR RENT !I put to tweinc
m Block 63 East King Tract lots, 100 feet running through the .vu,1.ru 1 uru-u1.n.n___ .APU'.flflrl- ,.,%rjtrJ'ttrr.rLflFU'tREST and bed for 50c. Coolest p'aee in in dameter: and from one !h ind:,< ;
. That Is what a great deal of real es $2,6001 i i WANTED-First-class hat cleaning. block. These lots face south on the I Pensacola. Special rates;!by the week.sixteen: hundred feet in dep'n V\-
tate In Pensacola Is 'going to do and Lot 7 to H, inclusive block 171,j I Old hats made new. Cleaning car line, overlook the bay, the prettiest AND GARDEN produce free to!: or month. One block from postoffice. do our work promptly. We ; ,,
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some of it Is In the following list: New City.. .. .. .. .. .. ...$1,600 pressing and blocking. Satisfaction: building lots In the wboe: of East satisfactory family to occupy good 22may. : I'I satisfaction.We g> :

Half block In New City, fronting! guaranteed. Panamas, 50c. Straws Hill, very desirable neighborhood.I house and care for property during: give the best of refeTPDlPSMiscellaneous
'I I 25c. Felt 35c. Derbys, 25c. Victor For quIck sale they at .$2100. the summer, a short distance from 'front
Calalonla square. .. .. .. ....$750: go L' OLD MILL INN-On bay OpensI
I. A WILSON & Co. Louis 100 E. Intendencia street. All The east 8 lots of B'ock 171, New.(I city. Address "House". care Journal. June 1. Large, airy and delightfully .
in'
Half block In East King Tract I
3 come in. 19 jnlm City Tract, between 14th and 15th: 21june. }. Good fishing, bathing and
settled neighborhood.$700! 1, : --! coo
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aves. and 10th and llth streets one I i boating. First class table. On elec- .
3 One-fourth block on Toledo square!, Real Estate Agents, WANTED-;- arrier bo'z-at. The Jour. block? from the car line. They are:; A Desirable 'Summer Location for; tile car line, 15 m'nutes ride from city.! -

jj 1tew City .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$800: nal office.WANTED.Men., i I I pretty lots and a good speculation I Rent An ei'ght-Toomed furnished : Regular boarders and transients.i J. H. PORTER, zallmaner, 716 Souu

Lots on llth and 12th avenues New, Salisbury Building, Room 7 at. .. . .. .. .. .$1550I I house on Escambia Bay. Lots of. Terms reasonable. Address Old Mill i Palafox street Orders taken lor

i Cltv... at.. .. .. .... .. .. .. ..$200, and. boys. wanted.- I It fruit______,__ chickens I. .,.. ,_ cow; .1 and.._horse..1 ; and: Inn. Pensacola. Fla. 4may, tents:_._ ,_awnings>_ n...__camp_ ____stools___L._ana n.nOUE,
3 --- learn plumbing l plastering brick* have two beautiful lots on the corner 'uuggy, jiuuso:: : ssuieeueu, guuu 1'allu'j i COlS. ew.j1es reaauuauie. j IJI:".
200x132 East Hill
carline
feet on laying.: Special offer life scholarshipfifty of Can be reached twice a day by train,I
Jackson and 18th. Ave.. overlooking i3WN DeFunlak I
; .$1250 For Farm Turpentine HOUSE- Springs.
or : Pensacola at 10:30 a. m.
dollars position reachng j
easy payments; the bay, two blocks from the SHIP CHANDLERS-McKanzle lli.r.Ing -
I Lots in East King Tract or West Timber Lands guaranteed; free catalogue. Cornel! car line, two blocks from the bayoa,I and leaving at 5 p. m. For further;' Good beds airy rooms, elegant I & Co., wholesale and retail -hj
,
:J King Tract cheap and on easy meals free bath and sample rooms.
very ;
Hooton & Watson
particulars address ,
Schools ,
Bros. Trade New York and
LARGE SMALL two blocks from the bay, facing south. chandlers grocers only flrscLhouse -j
OR
QUANTITYCall
j terms. Improved property in West Special attention to traveling men.
cago. St. Louis. 1jjWANTEDTraveling' i This is one of the prettiest buildinglots rental agen P. 0. Box L., Pensa- of kind in city. Fair prlcd' to a.MILTON :.
King Tract netting 10 per cent. on In. on or Address Eas1 cola, Fla. 19junelw Rates $2.00 per day. J. R Brown,
I on the whole Ot. Hill. The'
vestment Turner & AYmard salesman for property is well worth J800 would be Prop. I I
3 See us in regard to Lake View Hay- : Alabama by the largest and most! cheap at that price. I will sell the FOR \1'f-Five-room cottage, East UPHOLSTERING SHoP-!
en Property. Prettiest place in New Real Estate and Abstrat Co. I progressive southern whiskey hous,I; two lots if sold at once for.$775 Gregory, near Railroad shops, $8 I HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES Willie }Mims: Proprietor. F\; -..
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- City and is on Bayou Tcxar. P. 0. Box 115 DeFunlak Springs,Fla having an established trade to turn I per month. C. R. Yaeger Thiesen -Before laying your carpet or matting ture repairing of all kinds (..r. .
over to good man. Applicants must building. Phone 6S6. Junel9 i buy a supply of old newspapersto laid, furniture packed for sh'\11'| : :
A GOOD INVESTMENT:-Business __ I underneath and prctect It. Phone 63. Next to Tampa Lan<.,.-
D. Hale Wilson & Co. state age experience, retetenc ; sal ,'< I put
property, corner arc PI1a,and Inten FOR RENT Modern 5 house five bundle_ at this office. 2''r-
ary, annual sales, expenses and" room cents a onlY\
Phone 234 15 South Palafox : dencia streets 49, It. front on Inten- \
A .' Y. this office.J on 9th ave, between Gregoryand'
IA .dr.ess. "x. .:losses.1: dencia by 120ft. otfBarfcelon'a. Renf- Wright-Sts.: Apply to J. Hall, 506 E.; FKRRELL HOTEL-.:-Sneads! Florida.: CARRIAGES repaired and repal,
'BargainIn WANTED Good man to work yar I ed under lease at"" $420.00'per. year. At Jackson .or phone 837. 16jlw' Rates $2.00 per day. Nice rooms,! Floats built to order. Horse *h e'

and in house. G19 N. Baylen St. an extra expens*" of J30<5 the rent can II good beds, table the best. J. M. Ferell. ing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carr ..,,
Outfit Sjune. 1 be Increased to $5 0.OO "per year. The FOR RENT-Modern two-story house, Prop. 17apr Co. "7f :J
Milling --- prospects of an increase in value are with'large grounds partly under'! I

that good. .. .. .. \; : .$4200 cultivation located in northern sub-!'
WANTED-Everyone Know
Water Front Property M H.vrEL VERNON-Rates $2 per day.
The Journal has nice, clean old papers : -- : urbs. For information address or' Special rate by week. Special at.
MonoytoJLoan.
for sale cheap. Only five cents. L'st your property>wtji. me" and I apply' to the Pensacola- ,InvestmentCo. tentlon to traveling men. Free sam- -

For Sale $2500For a bundle. : will sell It.MONEY 9june ple room. Mrs. J. P. Mauldin, Prop. MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody: !brows or,

! -, FOR RENT-2 nicely furnished 15apr. I money from Jno A HaJJ i.
2-story, 8-room house, lot 240x WANTED-First-class Barber for colored -! c rooms for rent to gentlemen only.] Co., 14J/ E. Government St.Vsn a
the market rate of in-
250 on Bayou Grande. Good water. trade. Ring 10101 ring or, at Apply to Mrs. Hester, 420 W. Chase call
HOTEL SOUTHERN-open all the need on us.
terest on city real estate.
call at Sylvester Campbell Store near St. Phone 1095. 2junelm: ---
i American and European plan.
CheapConsisting dummy depot, Warrington, Fla. year. .
$2000 Special summer rates. F'rst-class in MONEY LOANED on all knds: of perfonal
24 apr!. FOR RE."IT-A. R. Bingham has storage
every respect. Pleasant and convene property on shon notice.
For one.story: cottage on water's J. W. Bullock Jr. .I room for rent, suitable for fur- lent. Mrs. T. L. Bowen Prop., Pen-' Terms easy. J. B. Gray' i to, :C \\'.

I edge, lot 120x200 on bayou Grande. WANTED niture or other goods. 104 and 106 sacola Fla. l5apr''Romana.. Phone 1165. lit'
of two portable boilers and
South Tarragona street. Phone 639. I
l. engines one of 25 h. p., the other 16 h. Room 405, Thiesen Bldg. I MONEY TO LEND-On good/: real l t'to

, p.; two sawmills; combination plainer $32 O WANTED-White girl 18 years old or Phone 161. FOR RENT-A nice 5 room cottage CENTRAL HOTEL, CHIPLEY-Op. tate tieeurity, or on good collateral: ,

matcher and edger. over to keep office; must be neat on N.-Spring St., with bath gas, etc.I depot Large and well lighted at lowest rates. Leslie E- Brooks.

80 ACRES OF FINE TIMBER. Buys one-story cottage, 5) rooms and intelligent Good pay and chancefor h_ J at $15.00. Inquire Fisher Real Estate I rooms. Free sample room. Meals at Fisher building. ZlJauI
on Bayou Grande 63x250. advancement to right! party. Call Agency. all hours. Special attention to traveling -I
This Is not old. worn out junk, but Ijune I kinds of
all -
MONEY LOANED on personal
room No. 3, Masonic Temple, after 5 WantedWANTED -- men. $2.00 per day. J. )i. Tug-
all Is In good repair and does fine APPLY TO o'clock. u _u -- FOR SALE OR RENT-A five room; gle Prop. ISmarlra '!! property on short notice
work. Located one mile from Chip- cottage with bath and gas. No. I I i Terms easy. 1. W. Bullard. upstair
ley Fla. -A position as stenographer 1107 E. Cervantes street. Two blocks I HOTEL-Can 28Vj South Palafox St., Phone 1H4finor
FOR FRESH NATIVE MEATS CHIPLEY Setterllnd. :
phone by :lady. Salary moderate.
For further particulars writeCODRTWRIGHT Mrs M 1 1 Surgi 385. The Wfest End Market, corner I Address young Box K., City. 21j from street car. Apply to H. W Prop. Special attention to commercial -

Belmont and DeVillerp Sts. 21Juna I ; Gibbs, care of Forbes Store. travelers. Free sample and bath UNLIMITED amount or money '10 .'MOon

WANTED second hand safe. Ad- 26maylm. rooms. Large rooms with good beds. all kinds of personal proper

Care M. E. Clarke, WANTED-All owners of poultry to dress safe, care Journal. 21jlw* FOR RENT-Elegant two-storv residence $2 per day. ISmarlm Special rates to business men on lar-s

Pensacola, Fla. know that we are agents for the eel- I corner Strong and Spring! Sts. i leans. The New York Loan Co 20*S
8 ebrated Conkey's Poultry Remedies H. ALFMAN-Tin, Copper and Sheet I Apply to C. H. Turner. lOmay BAY HOTEL.-Open night and day.I South Palafox.

Guaranteed to cure rape, 'cholera Iron Worker; cornice work and sky I European plan. Rooms: light and' -
RENT-Two
FOR aesirable
gape and to kill fleas l.<:e and mites. lights a specialty; roofing, gutteringand :' stores first floor very of Manhattan clean. Transient trad solicited.
FARABEE Also their wonderful egg producer F. 315 South Palafox St. on S. Palafox. Jas.
repairing, I .I 575-579 S. Nicolau.
hotel Corner Garden and LOST
3 t B3)'len.Just
n ,.. r S. Mellen. & Co. Phone No. 334.ISapr. Phone 560; residence phone 1316. completed and arranged in first Prop. I -

Fla. P. O. Box 30. 2junelm. I class shape. For terms, particulars, ,, ,
r. CMpley. I ----- --- --- -- LOST-One: black inckHJo! ;
WANTED-The public -to know that etc.. apply Hooton & Watson. 29Apr large" sum of moneownrs, .
= do all kinds of WANTED-D. B. White wants your Miscellaneous ., .
w: can repairing and therein." Libfia! -
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: FOR RENT-Second story ever Lln- papers
.ntww JWtWr
hauling and transfer work. Satisfaction W1wut
Professional! Directory float building norse shoeing, etc. J. denstruth's jewelry store. Suitable: if left at Water Company's .t11'>
Co. 1 guarnteed. Address 1501-N NOTICE-Having installed mach'nes .
Welsh Carriage
G. 27feS
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.rrr.ru-Jrr.rrA for offices sleeping quarters or storage 16j1w
b I 8th Ave., or phone 9S1. for the manufacture oJ galvanlze-1 -

WANTED-To sell a lot of old papersat i I rooms. Lee Dar.lell. 24apr I Ii iron cornice, skylights, corn'ce: gutters -I LOST-Black mare. brand K' .m, :
MATTRESSES RENOVATEDNew:FOR i RENT-8-room, 2-story Cottage I II circular moudlngs! etc., I "
T GIYATEGMIDII 5o a bundle. Apply at this of am now shoulder. Left barn at tin! ; tick furnished if desired. Guaran I 318 W. Belmont Apply to Walker prepared to do sheet | -
; fice. They are all whole, clean and metal work of Thursday morn'ng. Reward r'
; ? ( I teed. Crapet taken up and matting Itigraham. April20 all kinds I
; EitE'J nice. on short notice. Satisfaction !ii! :i'
I turn to Sam Sunday comer
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OPTICIAN ?
iz laid if desired. Leave orders at assured. Estimates II
WANTED.-Real Estate for sale or I cheerfully and Strong Sts. 1 t
306 THIESEN BUILDIN W5LL\ BUILD HOUSES-on install. Green & WaUon. Phone 193. 7mar rent, lease or exchange. Your busl-, given on work in or outs'.de the city.

ment plan or cash. You, own the ness respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson Chas B. Vetter, 18V.. Intendene'a: !
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---- i lot I furnish the money and bull! :,. Seethe Piuto Water display at Hoo- Phone608. I
ton's Pharmacy. James McHugh Real Estate Agent 22% W. Government 25maylm: For Sale.
WM D HOWE, house. You pay monthly same as wholesale agent.. ljunelm I street, Room 7, Salisbury __ _', N N--

rent, In a short time 'house Is your... .I I I building. Phone 172. 23jan SANTA ROSA-Pavilion, L. S. S. offers V n&I
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW TWO-CHAIR BARBER SHOP
20 It still
Pay rent years belongs to
IDEAL SITE FOR A PALATIAL I the best
AN I WANTED Everybody to call and accommodation for I business of $200 monr" AiI
Will also
the other man. put down per
I 14'/2 EASTGOVERNMENT ST. I bathing and recreation
RESIDENCE. I see the Perfect Pantry. Lawhornand to be found on
wells with good 2-inch I dress Barber care Journal
pump galvanized _
> with brass Blackburn, agents, 109 E. Government Board and Rooms. I the Gulf of Mexico. Launch Leclair I _
pipe, cylinder attach.
for five lots the i
$2600 large on street. 27may1mWANTEDAlt leaves city wharf daily at S:00 a. "'
: m.
southeast corner of Reus and DeSotoj!i meat will make water fly from a well I THREE: PLEA'SIANT' ROOMS to rent I| Phone 659. Chas. H. Burton, Mgr. AWNINGS! Drop, ordinary r" .
to 100 ft. deep, and so self-acting, Italian and ha\:>
,40 easy a child
streets, fronting on Alabama Square., kinds or electrical with privilege of light housekeeping I II 12may.
can pump it. Costs but little awnings.: Austrian 6had*"-, i't
more
work. I sell all kinds of electrical, 301 W. Chase St
PRICE S3500 A BLOCK. than the old du'g welL AU satisfactory I I curta'ns; in fact ever>thin=: Ini .
before you pay a cent Get my batteries anj other electrical supplies.] FOR ,RENT-One or two newly furnished If you will look around the house,t i the house!: comfortable; this ho' ".
ALL OF THE MAXENT TRACT When need me ring 345 or 955. II .
prices. F. M. Williams, Contractor you front rooms; southern exposure -I you will find a lot of wars In whlca i er. Made and guaranteed in .
E. W. Peake Star Laundry building
WEST OF "C" STREET NOW FOR and Builder Room 308 ThJesen Build. I new with privi'eie of phone. you tan use old newspapers. You i respect by B. H. Fairchdr;: "" _

SALE. Ing. Phone 802, 1 ring. ljunelm E. Garden. ISdec. ton: ; desirable and near business IJJca-1 can buy them In any quantity' : at this j class material and worKm.t,-

ter, 422 W. Gregory. 13maylwOU office. They are put np in bundles,;'Cheapest prices. (For 3 da\ :'.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST WANTED-Your$ stenographic work; COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand I i convenient to carry and sold at five' Green Bamboo Porch CurMinJ-

MARKET RATE OF INTEREST. Pensacola Typewriter Exchange Cleaning Club, 212 N. DeVillersSt. newspapers clot nve cents a bundleat I' cents per bundle.MATTRESSES to $4.50, regular prices $3.50 to $' -,,';
., Mrs. T. J. Davis Prop. Your patronage I this office. They are all clean I'
MORTGAGES ON REAL ESTATE 315% S. Palafox St Phone. 379. I' strictly cash). Phone 4.;
I 23may. solicited; satisfaction guaran-i and nice. AND FURNITURE- Box 483. Apply 15 East (.arl{', ?'

IN THIS CITY BOUGHT AND SOLD. teed. Careful attention given ladies' Mattresses made tQ order; old ones 21junelw.

n. I WANTED-We want your orders tot garments. Phone 1222. Stet;i iW I renovate] New ticks* furnished. --

ORo J. MOCK 1907 Art Calendars. Orer. 3QO ort _' Picked Up. Second hand furniture bought an l FOR SALE-(Lovely home. 40 "r-1

-, I gina designs to select from. All A."TEI>Carriages repaired and repainted I sold. Upholstering and repairing COUP.: one mile south of Chipie\, F" -

prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensaco- ,:, floats built to order; horse I P."CKJW UP-Red and white spotted I 114 E. Belmont St., city,. phone 771. acres peach orchard, gra|p"> ', -'- 'x

I 1 I Dental l Surgeon. Fisher Real Estate Agency la. 16f b.WANTED. shoeing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage cowr'having more red than white Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis, Mgr. berries and etc. Water Gt-n'i- ::':.' ;,
ley Fla.
Co. 27feb spots, weighing 275. to 300 Ibs., about
1 Crown and Bridge Work a Spec-Jty. COLLECTION OF RENTS A .-Electric work of alt kind; 8 or 9 years old. Been around my I TAILORING L.'Diamond, Tailor.

Painless Extracting of Teet... Let us dean! your fans recall your WANTED.-Ths Mercnants TransferCo. place: past 18 months. Owner can Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and FOR SALE Pair spotted pnn.c-: ;

" 2SJ/2 S. Palafox St. SPECIALTY. dynamo. do). lour wiring etc. Pdona wants your moving and bauunj. have same by proving property and repaired on short notice. No. llVfc years old, sound and: gen>: '*!

7 and 9 Old Armory BulldhiPhnn 670. Pensacola: Elecirfc Co" 2fl5 &.' All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor- paying charges. M. E. Henderson West Government .St, Peasacola, Fla. key and cart; just the th ng f,T .'

WITTI Phone 87. 205 S. Palafox St" Baylen. } sen Prop. Phone 978. 18Junel=. :Muscogee, Fla. 14junelm Idee. dren. Hinman & Hecker, OT] -:'
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ABSTRACT OF TITLE: : i COMMISSIONBROKERS, ,i if OLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. .>-

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TO THE PROPERTY. I i &1I ALABAMA.MARKETS. f U! WEST INTENIENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. } PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERMiNAL : .'.

RAILWAY COMPANY. : {

IS VOUB TITLE GOOD ? !: i Private Wires N. Y.j; N.' 0,. and Chicago. i Summer Effective Week-Day June 19,Schedule.I'fj6. : :;!" '

Steam "
Train and Electric Car Schedule !
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I Between
Pensacola and
the aU important question. If want it answered quickly I ;
r-tat: t:; you
ijij correctly, come to us. We make it our business tofind the4nswer. TheSim f COTTON,STOCKS, GRAIN,PROVISIONS and BONDS ; I Lv. .Pensacola.Big Bayou. "-
-tad only )'crfe831(4iUg Lv. Big Barou. -
Pen. No(!tut filler Naval Stores. 6 a.m. 9 |p.m.. 6:20 ilO >O t :
If \-ou have.any real estate to sell let us make ybu an abstract -QO ink to ipjfl oo dofpn :; t
Ga., June 21.-The naval | Bought and Sold for Investment. 7 a.m. 10 '
Don't wait until you have found the purchaser but have the.J.l1bd or ah&killloY I Savannah ou Margin or I p.m. 7:30: 11:30 I
now stores market closed today folows! 8 a.m. 11 8:30 .
before hand. simply pro*the batten( as : p.m.
ready la tic picture)ud the pea filli II WW! . . . .'. .4 95 i 9 a.m. 9:30 :
An Abstract will not make a good title out of a bad one. but itB.IJ iA I("hak," ___ __ W G..4 75 t Reference_ : First Natal and Peoples Banks. Phone 1173 10 a-n. 10:30 : :j r. ,
enable the to do by showing him existing defects .
often owner so
ftairn( ht may be able to remey.I WritMthtfcuUatit touch*the paper I N. . .. .. ,5. .. .. .. ....455 ........4... ....ee..H4..$44ANNUAL ........o................ 11 12 a.m. 11:30 ; -.
)Ii..4 45 noon 12:30 p.a '-

B .. .. .. .. .. .. .4 30 1. p.m. 1:30 ;: I ;
The Pensacola Abstract Company 1. .. ... .. .. .. ..4 25 2 p.m. 2:40
Eagle$150Rash ) I T. .. .. .. .. .420 3 p.m. 3:30 :
I Incorporated, _I G.,4 10 to 4 12% DIVIDENDS 3:30 pm. 4:00 :

.. .. ;. .V..4 I 4 p.m. 4:30 '
No.tj with 14 brat tolld F ;" 00 to 4 07% I
PHONE 393. 114 N. PALAFOX ST. HARRY E. GRAHAM,Genl1tgr- I pen point-finest vulcanized gold B. .. .. .. .. ., .3 95 to 4 00 Cannot be lost and they be used to 4:30 p.m. 5:00 '-

,,-...- ......w.- -- """'" I lubber and fully guaranteed. D. .. .. . .. .3 70 to 3 75 nay 5:00 p.m. 5:30 'I'
n = : Jef'FLuhNNo.2S witltgoldbandi$2.50 C. . .. . .3 50 to 3 55 reduce the premiums each if the insuredso I 5:30 pm. 6:00
= year 6:00
Eagle "FJuh" No. 26 Spirits Turpentine 57%, cents. V p.m. 6:30( I : '
idfMdMHBa BHBHNBMM MMM HAMrf i HK H *> HaB I Urgetiie. 3.00 J 6:30 p.m. 7:00 r
with gold Lnds,$(..00Sold chooses. A life or Endowment Policy with 7:00: p.m. 7:30 ,


Double Your Money!IA1 YOUR lAd Other by DEALER.Stadoun SMC JfhedoatCt JOBBER'S J JAik QUOTATIONS annual dividends in the Union Central Lifeis 8:00 7:35: p.m.p.m. 8:00 8:30 .- ;;:.

ell you the Eagle PENSACOLA PRODUCE i the 9:30 ,
"FLASH"Fountain Peaa tbCII most satisfactory. Saturday only. f.;
kinds of real estate In West Florida are.steadily and rapidly lead the leull price direct to -
increasing in price and there is no chance to lose if you invest your a*.teed.Each pea aiuolatdyto par- B. S. WILLIAMS General Agent. Between Pensacola and' Fort :
within three There are but few. changes in jobbers ,
money in It. Prices have more than doubled the past Barrancas. ;
years. We have some nice offerings in all kinds of real estate in Eagle Pencil Co. quotations produce as given Thiesen Building. Phone 608 Lv Pensacola. Lv Fort
uther large or small tracts. 'e can sell YOUR lands, no matter IlI11I1facturm last l week but several new articles 7:15 a.m. 8:00 a.m. :
3 I&e4way"Nsw'York have entered the market. Louisianaand ::"t;
where they are. 3:50 a.m. 11:00 a.m :
Alabama' pabbage has advanced
............. 12:50: p.m. 2:00 p.m.
to\$2.50 crate and strawberries -"""" '''''- -
BUTLER & SIMMONS per (
3:50
p.m. 5:10()
p.m. 1.
have gone up to 20 to 25 cents. Wtennelons 6:20: !
LAWYERS AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS canteloupes and peachesare 8:30 ''p.m.-p.m. 7:00 9:00:: p.m.p.m.
now on the market and are quotedin Means *
THEBIG Economy Independence Saturday only. ,'
CHIPLEY FLA.
i the list below: #
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Local quotations are as follows: Steam train leaving Pensacola I f
I 4 Butter Western Creamery 25 to..26c I 1 The practice of simple economy is all 7:15: a. m. will .stop between i ;
-- Butter Renovated.. ,. .. .20 to 21c cola and Bjg Bayou only to take ;

For Sale For Sale Cheese . ... .. ..14% to 15c that is necessary to make you independent. passengers for points beycnd : t .
rr LJWJJf ruuuLrrnamJ1nJW wnJfljOlt Iarmt -tr.rj-rrnttJVtfltfl htjtrtuflflrflr trtjtr-- of is Eggs! . ... ... .... .17 to ISc Bayou. Steam train leaving Fort :
SALE-One good all-round famlTiorse FOR SALE-I am making a limited ot: today exemplified Grown Chickens, doz. $5.00 to $6.00 Being saving today and keep per- rancas at 5:10 p. m. will stop : ;

;jS and harness. One top bug. fer on 12 lots in northeast New Citi;: in the Qualities of the Ducks per dozen, ... .$5.50 to $6.00 sistently at it, and with the interest we Big Bayou and Pensacola only to .
nearly new. One good wagon. A. within the town limits and near the Irish Potatoes per bu. .$1.05 to $1.10 off passengers from beyond : :
g: Turner. Bohemia Fla. Phone 246. Lake View Haven properties with I Headache-Remedy. New Irish Potatoes, per bbl. .$3.75 will add to your savings compounded Bayou. Other steam trains will ;

. ... .SOc all Each
Squash per hamper stops. electric car makes
titles and excellent
clear elevation at :
junelm. 720. I offer single lots in the same I BROMO-VIN Beans, per hamper. . . .75c semi-annually, it will not be long till stops.

-X>R SALE-Two fine milch cows with vicinity at $60 and $65 per lot on easy. New Onions per bag.. $1.40 to $1.50 you have an amount sufficient to enter The above schedules and ';
young calves; can be seen at No. terms. (This is to the trade of white Quick Certain, Agree New Onions, white! per bushel. .$1.50 tions subject to change without '
...:3 E. Gregory. C. B. McMillan. people exclusively. Elbert A. Clubbs, Onions, new, yellow; per bu:. .$1.00 business with. Money is a mighty Local Freight Regulations. t
"June.' Box 112. City.- 13'unelm* able and Harmless.For Onions new red,pet bu.. ." ..$1.00 Freight shipped by the 7:15 a. ;;:_
Louisiana and Alabama Cabbage. 2 power,. but the foundation of every fortune train will be received only for =:

TEA DRINKERS ATTENTION Sale by bbl. .. .$2.50 cratStrawberrie'quart. beyond '
TEA DRINKERS ATTENTION f cratesv' per has its in small Big Bayou and will not 1'
you want a delicious cup of tea, try .. .20 to 25c beginning amounts.A received later than 7:05 a. m. .t
"Our Own" Blend it is superior to any "Our you Own"want Blend a; delicious it is superior cup of tea to, try White's ,Pharmacy! Lemons. ,..,;:, .,..$5.00 to $5.50( saviqgs account can be started here other Week 'Day trains leaving : :

jollar tea on the market. Only 60c any PALAFOX STREET. .; Limes, per 1-d- ....$3.50 to $3.75 sacola not later than 3:50 p. m., :
dollar tea the 60c "
,iet" pound. A valuable ticket in every pound. on A valuable market.ticket Only in Manufactured by LJmes. per btreI.. ..'.. ,$9.50 to $10.00 witb.. one. dollar. freight for auy point, but freight : : ;
nackage. New Orleans Grocery Co. per New Orleans every G. VAN ANTWERP & SON Watermelons20 lbs. av. ,- .22 to 25c not be received later than 20 :;
package. Grocery Co. ,
Phone, 105. Jas. McHugh. Prop. Phone 105. Ja$. McHugh, Prop. Mobile Ala. Oanteloupes .: $1.50 to $1.75 per crate before scheduled departure of
Ijune. 7june. Peaches per crate. .. 41.75 to $2.00 I The 9:00) a. m. Sunday train
!
carry light. perishable freight !
FOR SALE-Finest car load of horses :Fla. 23may. The Timber Market some circumstances by special ; :

lan ever& received Turton, West in Pensacola.Inten 'encia McMil-St. FOR SAIJB-Having sold my resi _DIRECTORYJoppa-_nU- 511'Jw '" .'" .. The timber arkej; has been rather -FIR-ST NATIONAL-RANK mission.freight or Electric packages car of will not 1 I:
any
dence corner of 12th"avenue and dull duririgtiwefS:} ; there being but J
June. i 13th street I now' otter for sale my Lodge, No.'8, I. 0, 0. F.' little demand-, Receipts were fairly! tion, except medicine urgently f',
Joppa Lodge No.6 1. 0. 0. F. good but th5 market5continues to Shippers are requested to bear i
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FOR SALE-Remington typewriter. household 'goods and one .cow, which IV OF PENSACOLA FLA.W. .
"Rem," care Journal. 6junelm may be seen 'on 'the premises on meets every Tuesday evening 4t 7:30: show an inclination to fall Lumber regulations in mind that
Tuesdays and Thursdays, between the o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall. Belmontan still continues to be la good'demand lence may not be caused. ,
H.KHOITLM.Pre s. W.K. Brut Jm., V.-PreL ad C tf iar. These freight regulations subject :
Baylen street Visiting brethren and ,the market is firm.IOORREWARD. &
hours of 10 and 12 a. m. C. W. Hag .
FOR SALE-Retail grocery store T- W, Bam And W.N.BOBTOTS, Asst.CwUler change without notice. -
down town. Apply A. Greenhut & erman. S 19June art cordially invited. DBKCTOU-J'C., Brent. W. A. Bloont. W. B. Kaovrle! W. E.: Br r. Jr
Co. SJunelGt V. T. H. FLEETWOOD, N. G "' D. G. Brent. Any further information
J. W. GINGLES Sec. ''- :" $ passenger and freight schedule can 1
FOR SALE Herd .
fine Jersey dairy: -r.- ... ""' had by applying to the general
See the Pluto Water display at Hoo- cows with well established! milk 31jan6m. of .
ton's Pharmcy. James McHugh route. No competition. Cows and Pensacola Lodge No. 3, K. of V P. A reward of $100 will be given for the COflafly.Passengers are earnestly' j"f;"
wholesale business first class condition. I the capture of Jaqe Haoey escaped .-
agent ljunelm Apply. meets every Monday evening at 8 I to promptly report to the
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S. A. Taylor, Century Fla. Sjunelm from convict camp. Description: 5 No. 5603.
o'clock
at their temporary Castle Hall 1 ., office any inattention to duty or ;;; !
FOR SALE-We have a lot of keg, -I over Pou stable W. Intendencia St., feet 7 inches; 130 pounds; medium the
AND C.W.'LAMARPresident. JOHN PFEIFFER Assistant Cashier courtesy on part of employees
suitable for flower pots and other MARINE STATIONARY ENGINES 1. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.J. build; age 21; carriage erect; brown j M. E.CLAKVIce.PresIdentand Cashier. J.W. ANDREWS Assistant Cashier. to make specific criticisms of ? ;t,.
purposes; also a lot of whiskey. syrup for :> Je. Wonder Gasoline: A. KIRKPATRICK a C. eyes, black haircomplexion black;; I JOHN W. LEAD..BY, : ,
and other barrels, which are suitable Engines are the slmpliest:, strongest I H. HORSLER K. of R. & 8 medium forehead ; medium' ears; round
for packing crockery or fish and cured I and best engines on the market for I I Meetings at the- nose: medium 'mouth; good teeth;; THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Manager. ; \

meats. We buy all kinds of barrels the money. Send for catalogue. Ed'I A k Knights of Columous round chin; short neck; square ghoul :- ----- --- -- : .'"
nd B. Banks Pensacola. Phones 1377 ders; length of feet 10 inches; vacci ..
re-cooper and clean them. Supply are held at their haUl Of PtNSACOLA, FLO.
Pensacola
St.}
;): always on hand. If you need any I and 577. Sjunelm No. 8 West intends. nation scar on left arm. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. Andrews *
',arrels, or have any for sale ring us cia YARN BROTHERS CAMP
wrt'w street,
on
'ip. Phone 235, residence phone 591. FOR SALEr-Second hand 25 H. P. Monday evening every at I Cantonment. CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. Gulf Steamship Co.STEAMER .

Pensacola Cooperage Co., Geo. A. boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply to 7:30 o'clock. Aa in- F DIRECTORS.
TARPOH.W. !!
Vucovich, Pres., No. 9 S. Alcaniz. New Method Laundry. ISApril I p vltatlol t U eItende0 I "
!"maylm. \ visiting KnI htB. ROUND TRIP SUMMERand Henry U Coyington, Frank Reilly F. E. Brawner, C. HARROW! Master.,
FOR SALE-Ten new and second : JOHN B. JONES, J.; M. Pfeiffer, W. S, Rosasco C. W. Lamar, FlRSr.CLA5.PAS; .' -i"
S ;
second hand J. S. Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourin J. R. Saunders,
FOR SALE-A lot or old newspapers.I office safes different I LEONARD Grand nlgh1 I. FREJLHTIsetw; bEliov1E
PU' up in bundles convenient forrarryin'g. sizes best makes at bargain prices. !,, Recorder. CONVENTION RATES ft. M- Averv, W. ". Milton 0. E. Maura % !n- Fn
five bundle. Scarritt Moreno office East Government L- -- W. L, CavVthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzIe Oertlng
Only cents
: per st. 24mar Daughters. of Rebekah .. Alex: JUcGowln,. C. M. Covlngton, M. E. Clark. PENSACOLA. MOBILE. ;
Apply this
office. Naomi Round trip summer excursions from
Lodge. No. 10, Daughters of COLA CARRABELLE. ST. AN. ; :
:. Rebekah meets every Monday night:' all points east to Pacific coast and I Safety deposit boxes for rent at IUD, ))3JO End $J5.CO the year. Private apartmentin
CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton & FOR SALE-Fine hotel site; best situation at 8 o'clock in L 0. 0. F. hall northwest from June 1 to September connection for the convenience of customers. DREWS, MILLVlLLE. '-
Watson have Just received a large in the. city for a tourist hotel sisters cordially invited to Visiting ;- 15 with special stop-over privileges And all point on St. Andrews "
upply of the latest city maps showing 130 feet fronting south by 172 feet be present good returning to October 31, 19D6. Four'per cent interest Paid on Time Deposits. Carrabetle and Apatachicola.SCHEDULE' :

Jl of the subdivisions.: The maps are deep en East Government street over.looking MRS. B. R. WITKOVSKI N. E. A. meeting at Log Angeles
uflciai and down to date and are Seville square and Adams MISS WILLIE KENDR1CK. Sec. July 9-13. Leave Fensicola Sundaj, 1:30 .
mounted on heavy linen. Regular street with open view of Penpacolabay Elks meetin-g at Denver Colo., July I m. for Mobile, AIL :
Srio-. J250; special price on lots of $10,000 will buy the property M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first and 1621. Leave Ptnsacola, Tuesday! 8:30

five or more to agents or real estate lapr. third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. Summer rates to Colorado June 1 I m.. for St. Andrews, MillviUe, :
:nea Hooton & Watson. 8may m., Raford Hall No 10. West tutu to September 30. I L HILTON GREEK, PBI5IDUl'. T.B. 'WELLES: : Vi a.PazsrnsT.B. lac'oicoia, Carrabella and intermedia
JUST RECEIVED-Large snlpment ol dencla street. Hotel Men's Convention. L BVI3IUQ'LL, ASHUR. MANEKELD MORENO,A8 .Cu1UD points. '

FOR SALE OR RENT-Two lighters: imported Olive OIL Retail by pint,. A. G. FELL, E'rea. Ore. June 2528.Use Portland Citizens National Bank For additional iafornjatloa apply t ::
gallon larger quantity. G. Morass J. R. SAUNDERS:
on- with capacity for 75 thousand ft. or J. L. SWEENEY. See. the splendid through :
umber & Co., ship chandlers and' grocers, 701: -5---- service of PensacoU. Florhila.DIRECIORS. I B. R. COBB
3i'lf the other thirty thousand ca- South PalafoL 4oct: Pensacola Lodge No. 4, 1. 0. 0. F. of the Southern Pacific from New Or _Frt and Pass.Pensacola Agt. .

*Kff: :beats Rates for sale reasonable.! cheap 22 Also ft. long two Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. o. 0. F., leans; Union Chicago.Pacific from KansasCity I Ge* W.Wriflit. Morris Bear. '1'.E. Welles. Bix M. Robinson. L. Hilfcm Gr en. I II Fla .:
or I _
SALE-For
FOR sanitary
Thursl1aove1ting I
purposeswe meets every at 7:33
ft GlWKAl WXINCUSINESS -
A TRANStCTfO
fhatfiu ueams. Telephone or write J. A. have in stock! ; Ground Hydrated at the new hall on Belmont and Bayla" Through Pullman tourist cars from _
&: Co.. Milton Fla. 25nar:! Washington, Atlanta Montgomery i
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Lime in
Tennessee strong -
paper ba'gs streets. Visltia'g brethren cordia.ll1Invited
40 Ibs. at 25 cents. at ware house. A. E. GREENBLATT etc.,.and from St. Louis and Chicagoto .- -.. -.- -5 V I [\% SVlLLE4K TERRE llAUTTJ: : t
UN THE! mail LAND-East Hill electric V. Clubns corner Gregory and Alca J NEVILLE Secretary. California.
car 'ine. six lots 100 ft. front niz. Sjune Write me for literature and infor ;I
bv' 1374 deep corners $700 Insideots W. 0. W. matJon.J. City of: Pensacola Improvement Bonds., ,

$600 There are no better sltua'ions FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire Live Oak Camp No. 1. W. '). W, P. VAN RENSSELAER Denomination' fl.OOO.QO each. Dated January 1st, 190$. :Maturing January!
::aaa lese lots. A. V. meets in Pythian Hall 1st and General
Clu bs. 3rd Agent.
hogs; best of breeding. Ask for 1st, 1936. Redeemable an. 1st, 192 6. Interest Payable Semi-Annuaily. -

FOR-SALE---- -Nice. clean old newspapers catalogue.. Carl Settertind.' Chipley.Fla. sovereigns Wednesdays cordially la each invited.month. Visitini. .. R. 6. BEAN.124 Peachtree T. P. A. St., Atlanta. Ga: WE OFFER FOR AMOUNTS SALE THESE TO BONDS SUIT PURCHASER.SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE, IN ::44 ; :; .

u '1 .: cents a bundle. This of. F. A. BOGH1CH, C. C. G. W. ELY T. P. A. \ .
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fee.REGULAR. LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk. :
-- FOR SALE-One Jersey. and Holsteincow ; THe Bank of Pensacola I ',
RACK LINE-From Chip- with young calf. Apply to Miss S Peoples ,, ,,
le> nikng; Alice M. Strotber Big Bayou. I7jlw MANyhere ;
connections with mail4uuIr Legal Advertisements Pensacola Fia. .,.. V ,
ii.i( 1)01nts) on St. Andrew: bay.I I
htr, fail to \ will you and the maid -_ II
teams for traveling men. Good FOR SALE Don't get my In Escambia County Circuit Court V -I t
"I ts, comfortable vehicles. Call oa prices. 1 carry full line of building State of Florida. In Chancery. J. 1.,. (Madam) and the Kiddies spend the -S--V. 1h1a

:nil'! .* j. c. Sinclair Chipley.Fla. material.\ Sash, doors and blinds Wiaters vs. Rosina Borras and John summer? | VI I'
'''!ip< Jcel Frater Baylen St. Why not take a flyer Our Flyer) i! --=- .. f
mr No 74. 28apr a specialty. V .L. Borrasr her husband Susan Bsrgiu F M.c."' C A y6A. cDi tI" Na: r.r t ,
wharf. 17june to the finest Summer Country in the'World' ,.. Cav .lL1L ,. q- .
,'j.f and Daniel Bergin, her husband, Louis: I M Vttoleula and ReUll Dealer ia !
>.\LE-Economize by .. ? Cool, Bracing and Invigora.ting' i
purchasloicest Bauer and Julia Bauer, his wife;; Dora :
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.., ...: > '' : of lots on East Hill at FOR SALE-IS much cows, one bull Cardinas and Joseph Cardinag her'I Colorado. Steam, Domestic Anthracite C-. S: }: .f
C A
: ''\0 : 'Jot, no present need of paying: for sale cheap. :.Must be sold by husband Josephine Yelverto and It only takes a. day. Leave St. Louis fl and Blacksmith A.L I i
:' :' lot and $750 for 30 foci to A. HerSChkOyitZ.Warrington. en the MissourI. Pacific at 9:00: a. op ,
a I July 1st. Apply : Roy Velverton her husbanl., BeulanBauer k m'l U ,. Office No. 43 South Palafox ttreet Telephone 3. :5 5- !
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ut barren sand. Three beaut- Fla. 16jlw/ Willie Bauer. Nettle Bauer Tie'next morning early you are i inl: f .
''i '" of five lots each at $1500 for: ; Colorado. I I Yard corner Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones j and 37! |
John Bauer and Lorena
Bauer.Oa .
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iiuar.er: block not Living Is Cheap. Write for description '''' =" C "fI"W"" """ ""' senOrcLor I
; over 100 yds'I FOR SALE.-Improyed ana unimproved Monday, the 2d day of July, A. D.:, .f !
\i:,., ..ictirtc! car line. A. V. Clubbs. property In all parts of the city.J. 1906. the defendant "Wfillie Bauer; ,pamphlet-list of Boarding Houses -, .- ._V-.5-_ :, THROUGH SERVICEL.&N.E.&T.H.andC.&E.I. I'
A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents, John Bauer and Lorena Bauer is -r e etc: V VIA '.
t'On Room 7, galisbary building. Phone quired to appear to the bill filed aglnst: LOW RATES II ti'3: f
SALE Nice, clean old July 9th to 14th, account You.r I.
newspa- 172. 23jan them herein. This order to be. published :- To Denver
r I I' '';- All whole and useful at home: -., once each week for four 'co:n. meeting. B. P.: 0. Elks. GOAL, and WOOD 2 Vestibuled Through Trains Daily O :
h ICE NASHVILLE .
your store. Only five cents per AUTOMOBILES. am. agent for the secutive weeks in The Pensacola Journal To San Francisco. June 24th tJuiySth. C TO CHICAGO
U1. THROWHSLEEPERS.oDAYCOACHE8\
Pope' Ig. Co. and can sell you autos a newspaper published" in said from the flEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO II
Fill from 500.00 up. They cost less than Escambia County. A. M. iTcUDlaft To'Colorado and Salt Lake City all i Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company. DINING CARS SERVINQ; ALL MEALS EN ROUTE
-\LE-A team of good mules. horses to keep" up. They can be run Clerk Circuit Court. By L. G. --A y. summer., Do If. IfILUL\..,(CI.P.A.. S.t ROGERS. Ota. Aft j
I:*House Pi> v to Moise DeLeon at new pow in sand or anywhere a hors can g p. mard D. C. Pensacola. Fla., :May 40, I. E. REHLANDER, ; Office-Comer Cbse and Tarragona. Phone 259. .v.-.u. iii. _.... T_ m;:
: navy yard.5junelv* Leslie E. Brooks. 1906. ljunecawjw Trav. Pass Agt. Chattanooga, Tenn. ----5 I
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PAGE EIGHT THE PENa c.O'A JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING- JUNE 22, 1908I ..

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ftl/ POtR.TS: INEwsrSTEM I ISNO :

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1 Many People Experience

Ii I <.Southern' League>
N READY r
Little Rock 5. Atlanta 3. W f

Shreveport 3, Nashville :?.
i DiffICulty. No other games scheduled. .



In being able to:settle upon a clothier National 3-, St.League.Philadelphia Louis". :' FORUSE U [

New York 5, Pittsburgh

I that they can depend upon. Too many Boston lo, Chicago 1- __.. :

i stores cater for transient business look No other games scheduled., BEER

I ahead only to the chance of 'getting new American League.' Separate Patrol Cal I. System Was

Washington 1; Failaaeipha: : :; 1; call; and
customers, and .ion't take proper care of the ed at eua ot tne Itu': acoount rain. 1 1i Completed; last Night is
Detroit 0, Cievelana 9, first game. heavily impregnated with the
I old. With i '
us it is ]just the reverse I Ii Jill Be Used Today.
'I I I i i Detroit 2-Cleveianu, 3, second game }
I i I i ten Innln' s. I 'll nutritious extracts of malt and

1 We Buy and Sell ClothingI I South Atlantic- League. The separate patrol! call system]j } ) hops, but very light in alcohol j!
I I
Jacksonville 3, Augusta 3. which City Electrician LeBaron has|
to the end that we may hold all our old customers iiacon 1, Caar.esoa 4. installing
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been at work for some weeks The great quantity of vegetable cereal ingredients

i and through them gain new ones, toavannan:: 4, Columnia- 9.W-.if",: is now complete and ready! for! contained when compared to the small
amount
of
use, and, will doubt be placed tn
.1 i and it is to such careful thought in this :i Yale Defeats Harvard. I service,today, ,no when keys to '.he new I alcohol in Gerst beer, makes it in every sense of

.J j direction that we rank as the biggest arid !i Cambridge, Mass., -June.\ 21.-Yale call boxes will be 'distributed by Marshal the word a genuine temperance-food beverage !
defeated Harvard at baseball\ toaay i Sciiad to the officers.

I I i most reliable clothing house in all of West I uy the score of .3 to-l I The new system i is! !separate; ; and! .distinct i'r Always drink it with your meals it
from alarm system, and ;
the fire
; Florida. This year, so far, is our busiest, i;! GO BETWEEN CAPTURES r separate boxes will: be used., There, aids digestion wonderfully

j : which fact bespeaks the confidence of our I SUBURBA.N tiAN'DCAP: are fifteen of these, all' new, which !
have been distributed about the city' ft THE Wit GERST BREWING CO., Nashville, Tenn.
customers in our methods. Remember, we at such places'as' tiey: are likely .to
Sheephead Bay N. Y-, ;June 21.- be needed the most. They go from I PETER BELL Wholesale DealerDELICIOUS
that and In terrimc drive the final 1 ,
through
sell a :
everything man boy wears. DeVillier street on the west to Ninth i I,
I I turlong Go Between, at 'six to cue, -
avenue on the east, and cover thaI
i won me suburban handicap, one mile I city: fairly well. 1 ,\0 "",,s.. _" ..M......... .. .... ,.. ,
and quarter: : aeteating.IktndeI.on byI I Heretofore the police and fire ea'li - """
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I I a head with Colonial Girl th.rd. Time i wire r
j systems have been on the same
THE JOHN WHITE STORE j 120515.: The record for the event is i and the result was that in many instances -

} j2:05 i : made by Hermis two.years ago.| the fire department had runs
The I value of the purse today is about{ on patrol calls. Now there will be
Phone 225 205-207 PAUFOXr I twentY' thousand dollars' ,$o the win-' no possible chance of this occurring

l ner. .>:.=, 'I' Last night Electrician LeBaron: finished ..
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nl I .' !the last of the work, connectingthe REFRESHING
P. H. S. Juniors Again Winners, indicator at the polite station with
The Pensacola Hfga School Juniors I the main wire.: The indicator is a

I won their sixth game out of seven yesterday -j very small one, and doe3 not make{'as
: VICTOR SAFES : SHIPPING NWSI[ I afternoon, when they defeatedthe unnecessary noise of the old one, S sn (ss jn
: I St. Aloysius eani ;by a score of of which fire.will now be heard only in case:

11 to 5. The >gaine/wag an interesting -;
: t This safe was awarded the I one until the first half of the;
.,. grand prize at the Arrived. ninth when the P. HJ..S. boys began'
' World's Fair, and although Marian, Br ss, Hogg.' 1218, Newport';, hitting at a lively clip 'ahi drivingin I'f I

' j the best inexpensive.safe made. It Is News to Pensacola Lumber Co. I four runs, when. the .St. Aloysinf I ON N THE[ CREST[ T OFI r

E. 0. Saltmarsh, Br ss, Rogers, 2319,i i boys' became discouraged!; and quit.I '
Liverpool to Gulf Transit Co. The two teams have, ;now: played two 1.
. a Will give comfort a sweltering
We Keep Them in Stock Cleared. I games and each has won one.. you .

-1 :Mexican, Br 5S, Slater, 2728, for) I p day. When hot and weary, it im
and can give you just Liverpool, with 781,000 s ft sawn tim-; MUCH INTEREST SHOWN ASIC W AVE[ OFPROSPERITY r .
what you want or if we ber, 42.000 $' ft lumber. I I parts vigor and energy. N I""NII: a I1HU 1 4 .
1N THE R'ACE: TODAY
haven't got what you want John Bright.- Br ss, Vaughan, 1782,
we can order it for you for Liverpool, with 1,031,000 s ft sawn / ---' I Ie a 5c. at soda fountains, and in bottles 5 C. iO C /!
and save you money. Drop timber 807.000 s ft lumber. Much interest is being shown, especially -]

us a postal. Sailed. among race horse followers, in [ '
Mexican Br ss: for' Liverpool. the race today, which will be betweentwo ft I -
Wm. Johnson & Son Inc. Cayo Manzanillo, Br ss, for London. thoroughbreds, and'1s expected to
Lake Erie, Ital bk, for Bueno Ayres. be Interesting from start to finish. Bottled Exclusively by Hygela Bottling Works, 124 E. Chase St. Phase 587

- Incorporated. --- "Sleepy Sam;" is owned by W. A.I (Continued from First Page) .
VESSELS IN PORT. Crowe, of Chipley, and is a thoroughbred I -
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Steamship '
$ with a tracjt record, wile"'Cho.colate handled by the. Gulf Transit Co., and I -1- 7 '1 "' 7 ""'
I Burnby, Br as, Thomas, 2361, Gal- Drops," owned b, Raymond: Wa,,,, the management of the om>pany Isj;
veston to the W. S. Keyser Co. ters, also has a "'goo4\, record and ia/ai i i: well pleased; with the results of the; REAL l ESTATE T[ I I $4,639.00( PAID TO WIDOW"I
Dora Baltea. Ital ss, Figari. 2601 I blooded anima '' I'i I shipments already! made When the, |!
Genoa, to Gulf Transit Co. The race will be a ha'f-mile dash for:,I Panama canal shall.haife ben compjeted -'
beg to acknowledge rec-ipt of check for $4,639.00 in -
Dundonian Br ss Smith, 2123, New" a purse of $500. 'The bett'ng' the:;i there will be; a still .larger '
; ment of c aim under pol cy on ,tae: lie of my late husband. I w -
Orleans to ). 0. Howe & Co.Eariswood two horses has been qujte.'lively, it Is::j i traflfc in. phosphate from; this: port i thank and !: for the '
the Society and satisfactory si
Br. ss, Fayn: 1840, Pt said, and it is expected that considerable -,,[I, to .the far east."-f'. n >r- T TFANSFES N [ ment. of you claim.. prompt :
Inglis to J. A. Merritt & Co. money will change hand on the "I understana': Lfjctenfiv/e/ improvements ? '
I I This is a copy of a letter received from a lady in Pensaoo ashowing
I Federica, Aust. ss, Zar, 2,261, New result. 'e. rare contemplat-adL at the quarantine
the settlement made .
by TIlE
EQU'rFAHLE.nearly
I prompt
, ;
I Orleans, to Gulf Transit Company. station, now that'the National
That means good luck, but it don'trequire H every :Instance in this city THE EQUITABLE' has been '
Huttonwood, Br. ss, White, 2533, St. AMERICAN WON J quarantine bilL.has passed.! Have yx/u Fo'lowtag is a Hat of the real estate
J good luck to buy good clothing, first to make settlement. Original letter on file in this office.
Vincent !
i to Gulf Transit Co. heard anything With a reference to
and furnishings: but PRIZE transfers recorded yesterday, report.
: AT
John L. InglJs, Am tug Olsen, 98. SHOOTING' anything ,j.ha is to be done?" .
Good Common SenseShow Pt. i Itaglis, to master. '; I' "I understand .the. gQ; ernme t will' ed by the Pensacola Abstract Co.: Insurance, Knowles Bros.Gen'i A?'i
Loulsianan, Br ss, Wbod, 2385, New ,By Associated Press order -ijnmeji.ate deepening of, Irving E. Bush toBscamb'a Realty Fire, Life. oh I

your good sense by calling on Orleanes to the W. S. Keyser.Co. .. Indianapolis, ,June C2J.-F. E. Rogers the anchorage./ aqp,1, the Channel, Co.jfqtee'undivided }i inftst: in the ,, ...... ,
me for your Summer Outfit, Suit Hat, Monviso; Ital ss, Reve'lo, 2774. New ,of St. Louis, Von first prize in I from the... entrance &ef the bay E. ( 'ft: of lots 1 aftdSJJftck 7. Bel- .'N" :.. t1; -'- '- ..' -,.-.-=- ::'''''''''' =--=
Shoes Hosiery and UnBerwear and Orleans to Gulf Transif Co. the grand American handicap to-day j i to the station will also oe 1 mont Tract, $1 and.:. other considerations. -

you will have the good luck to get the Parkwood. Br ss, Hubbard, 1102, by a score of. n'nety-four out of on I dredged conform to"thedepth of : *>*.*.G..*.+.4.*.....O4 .........+......*...O.**..**
best goods, as well as the nobbiest!Card'-ff: to Pensacola Lumber Co. hundred, shooting.from the seventeen] the main ship channel. This will Fred O. Howe, et al to Escambia
.. and neatest at the least money. |i yard line. They. were two hundred make it possible for apr draft: vesselto I I Realty Co., E. 43 ft. of lots 1 and 2, ; PEN8AOOL& :
'H And don't forget 1 carry a full! line i I Ships. and sixty eight contestants. ; go up "the eomd to fb35 station and block 7, Belmont Tract; $1 and otherconsiderations. i Iron Works SUDDIV CO. !

tl of Boys' Clothing, Shoes, Hosiery and I I Harvest Queen, Brit ship, Forsyth, '." ian impr tem ,.that-bad'long been I and
I Mats Rio Janiero to order.Nordstjernnett Admitted to Naval Academy.: needed' 1 :-T5o3. C Watson to Clyde! E. Wfl-I : Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS :

k Beginning June 20, to July 1, Nor ship, 1,635. Annapolis, June 21.-Samuel: G. The 'new quartersof- the Chamberof I son, lots 1 to 6 and fractional lots 7 : FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP 0
I 10 PER CENT DISCOUNTon Iraksen, La Guayra to W. S. Keyser Strl'ck'and and Randolph Rid|ele.r of Commerce are complete in eveivdetail : !land 15, b'ock 254, New City Tract, p REAIRS A SPECIALTY. P"mpt attention given to ul: i- ;. i
all Clothing for cash. &: Co. : and compare favorably with'! $100 and other considerations. i ,
day night for James
Georgia, were to-day admitted'i I or Agents: McKay & Co.'s celebrated I 1" r ir ; *
Yours for good goods, Barks. the rooms of similar ':' organizations I Edward A. Hauss to M. O. Baggett' Timber Dogs, also chains of all :
t y I I cadets to the naval acad m i. : descriptions. Office phone U'S:; i it.- \
De®ori Gio Botto, Ital bk, 1294. II throughout the south. There is lots 6 and 7 front'ng 100 ft. on N. dence phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mr ;
Genoa: to Rossasco Bros. every convenience fot thetransaction! side of First St with the depth of O$0..014.. 490N..460aAe1+tO A4 AAAC6lt 5AM0. .t .t 0 \
3 JOS. COLEMAN Dharwar, Swed, bk,' Olssen, 1238, l lof business: and the: workof booming 216 ft., being in the SE% of the SW'! ,

,s Buenos King Malcolm Ayres to Fr.It bk J. Schreyer.Gufi, 1233 Ge- Mal fine Grocery Co. I'IvI Pensacola. is carried oa systematical. of Irene.Sec. 5.G.T:Scarritt 5, N. of to R. :Manuel 30 W., $175.Silva, 1.- ...N.0 .6..N....-. .....-.i0 o.a6.-...0. ).0.......O

i.oa to Huges & Co. I commencing at the SE cor. of- lark +
212 S. Palafox St. Lufca, ItaL bk. 1591, Montano, from 604, 605 S. Palafox St. THERE ARE FEW Kurd, Sr. lot, thence S 64 degrees E. 4

Phone 727. Nolloth to master. Phone' 725.... people who know now to take care of 12.62. chains, thence S. 26 degrees W. i IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW
-- ---.- -- Monrovia, Nor bk, 1449. Aase, Ham- V. J. VIDAL I themselves-the majority do not I II 13.08 chains, thence same course 12.65 *
burg to order. fjawjer. :I The liver is a moat important organ j| chains, thence N. 64 de'grees W. 6.32 the h *
perfect comfort 'hr"
I Port Sonoclan, Uruguay bk. 1112, We carry a full.ftaVof"importedDomestic ad:i in: the body. Herbine'will keep it ia j I! chains, containing 8:.A.;: eing in the their kitchens, a gas cooking range affords,]ly ., "I :I
there's not a one, we earn "
; Ferres, Meate'video German American '
Groceries }Sand' Provisions.We .I condition. V. C. Simpk'.ns: Alba,I i Vc-train Grant $80. but that would Insis't on- a gas stove being; IMS:,:1! 1
I Lhr. Co. want: slur patrona'ge. Texas, writes: "I have used:: Her-i H. C. Lorange to N. Madson, fEt: ; their kitchen 1 I
before f'i
another nightfall. The :- r'
Gentlemen, Spero, Nor. bk, 623, Bostlg, Las bine for Chills and Fever and find It;;i of the'NE of the Nei:! !4, Sec 20, T.i : : livered right:: into the range through a small I Pful' H1 .
Palmas the best medicine I ever used. Ji Iwo i I 2, S. of R. 31 W.. 10 A., $200.
.:i all you ''have to-do is to turn valve and SC.I: I t
Nor bk a
Sterling Ellepsen Labita
ld- not be without it. It is Carl Ropke to Campbell Avery,
asj
j match, when, presto! fire is ready for instan.ing. '. .
Bay to order. good for children as it is for grownup -'I Jr. air of lots 11, 12, 13, H. 15, 16, 17, your
., Show Your Schooners. COFFEE! people, and I recommend it. ,, It 18 and 19 in block 123 E.' King Tract, :
Donna Christina, Am sch; McLeod, is fine for La. Grippe" Sold by all' E: of Tarragona St., $1 and other con | Don't Cost But $13. :
165, Belize.
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Druggists. siderations.
Elizabeth T. Doyle, Am sch, Crouch Mrs. Mildred Hatch to Mrs. MaryC. Installed and ready for use. Will be glad! to have 0: :e
L Good Cents :!r, 641 New York to order. We are the Pioneer Barefooted Waiting Maids IB .Jap... Wittich, S. 80 ft. of the E : of the 'i. call and ,see one in operation at our office. :
Frances T. Tunnell. Am sch. Tun- Coffee Roasters of Unless there are ladies among the E'Lof Arpent lot 84, O'.d City, $1.00 .
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nell, 1239, Philadelphia to order. guests the wife and daughters of the and other, considerations. Pensacola; Gas Company :
Marrow-N. Cobb, Am sch West Florida.McHUGH'S .
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and get 'good values. Saunders host do not appear at dinner in Japan. i
When! you show your 260, Havana to Barkentine.master. Before the meal begins it is customary ANCIENT ROME I Phone 148.. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. :
good cents here, it is a
signal! for a display of Hubert Fuller Am barkentine, 679 and for them dainty to bring small ,cups when of tea is now merely a Liniment memory of the past.Ballard's fam-.' : ... .. .......... ................*..++....*.*:
the nobbiest and swellest Nash, Port of Tampa, to C. W. Oil BLENDShave confectionery they Snow is the | -
summer clothing ver. take their survey of the party. If gentlemen fly liniment of the twentieth cent i
Brig. only are present the Japanese tury. A positive cure for Rheumatism -! need have no terrors for :
Jennie Hurlbert; Am brig, Wright, J S'; hostess disappears after the greeting Burn, Cuts. Sora'ns. Neuralgia -!! WASH DAY :
if
send
Hats, Shoes 418, Havana to'J. A. Merritt & Co. no equal. A trial: Is over and does not return until the I etc., )tr. C. H. Runyon, StanlI you your washingThe
will convince i I guests are taking their departure. .At j I!I b rryIo.., writes: "I have used' New Method Laundry,
andA A HAPPY MOTHERwill corfnolsseur a signal from the host barefooted waitIng Snow Liniment for Rheumatism and j PHONE nee] E. W. LAWRENCE, Prop. No.8 WEST ROM- '
I can't enotfgh in its
see that her baby is properly that we maids, dressed in graceful and prettily all pa'n." say -
\ Sold by all druggists. u
I FurnishingsTo cared for-to do this"a good purgative make tinted kimonos, bring in lacquer praise. "

is necessary. Many babies suffer no extravagant tray, bearing tiny covered bowl Be __.__- __ .__h __
.
from worms and their mothers claims. fore setting the trays on the table the BY WE .ARE AGENTS FOR
To be found in Pensaco- don't know It-if your baby is fever maids sink i
their
to knees
gracefully
a la I In fact you couldn't ish and doesn't sleep at nights it ia v FREE
and bend MAIL
forward foreheads
their
till
where find better you will.quality Our Stet.go troubled with worms. White's Wholesale and RetailGROCERS touch the floor. Then they serve dinner SOUTHERN BRICK CO. and McMILLAN BRICK CO.
I CreWlVermifu e will clean out
L son Hat, soft and stiff:, at which is of several courses.-
; these worms in a mild pleasant way; BOOKKEEPING AND SHORTHAND
r $3.50 is a winner; other Smith's Weekly.A Have two million good: hard-burned brick ready for -"
Once tried always used. Give it
a ,
to FIVE persons in each county desiring to take
j .Hats from $1.50 up; trial. Price 25 cents. Sold: by al personal instruction who will within 30 days .
1 I meftt $SOO: per thousand, f. o. b. at kiln. Gf 'j:
i either of
Straw Hats at any old druggists. Lively Taper fatter. clip and SEND this notice to
fi price, with some mighty 'I and all kinds of Feed Here is a little story which the English prices on Builder's Hardware and Lumber.

It good ones at 75c and a Bay Lodge, No. 2505, K. of H. Stuffs.fluto ,papers tell and any one Is at lib "DRAUGHON'SMontgomery
dollar. Summer negligee Bay Lodge, No. 2505, K. of H. meets I erty to believe if he -Kill. No' affidavit Saunders Mill
Company
Shirts 75 cents and a gq with |it. When Lord Dufferin was ,; ,
dollar. every second and-fourth Friday even
ing at eight o'clock, at Odd Fellows'old viceroy of India the maharajah of In- JDJ CC
ofn > hall on West Intendencia St. Vis-, : Water dor paid him a visit and; asked as a Phone 7'7. 21 East Garden Street.

iting brothers cordially invited. 1 memento an very paper cutter belonging Atlanta, Raleigh, Columbia --- -- ,
R. P. REESE. Dictator. lo lrd JOsfferln. He consented, Shreveport, Dallas or Jackson -

JOHN L. HNNEY; Reporter. Wholesale and Retail. saw the Indian him until left some, and months the viceroy later never when Miss I,..,..........................................................................................jI\..........................................V'"..A...................................................I'iIIjI.T. \....................................................,.".""
N10. ANCON We aim teach BY MAIL successfu!1y, or
CREW NOTICE. 11 the maharajah introduced fine
young I REFUND MONEY, Law. Penmanship Anth- ,
JUST RECEIVED
ONE SOLID GLASS
Nether the captain owners elephant itto the room. "'A,pile of news mice, Letter-Writing Drawing, Cartooning, ; CARLOAD OF WINDOW

CASH CLOTHIER a or consignees of the Br.i New Orleans Grocery Co, papers lay at Lord Dufferi's; side. The BESIMSS 27 Colleges English in, Banting 15 States.,etc. 5300,000.00 'i ONE SOLID.CARLOAD:: OF CARY'S MAGNESIA ROOFING, 2QOi
ss. "Parkwood" will be responsible '.
-f. animal went up to diem, cut them Capital 17 yean'suoces& Indorsed by bns1noeamen. WHITE CEDAR POSTS. EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEBUILDING
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for debts Iforaration enter any time. Write
;
any con
; neatly with his tusks which had been .
catalog. PIISlTIoll ecuffl\or lam amm..
the of the said
tracted by'
t' ; Corner Palafox and Main crew vesselA. Jas. purposely sharpened, :and laid them In YOU MUST corder to get Home8tndy FEEE.
i HOVLAND, Master McHugh, \; WTifatnnur.thus:-Ta ri n-toknow Phone 11. ,i' H. G. DeSILVA & CO.
I a,neat heap on:the floor, ready for perusal -

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