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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 23, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
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VOL. IX NO. 150. PENSACOLA. FLORIDA SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 23,1906. PRICE CENTS




I I NORSE KING AND QUEEN '.RICHARD fVENS HANGED, DEMOCRATS SPLIT


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CROWDED AT IRONDHJEM I FOR, ,S10LLSSTER MURDER' ON PURE. FOOD. RILL .:


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: I Pays_,Penalty on the Scaffold for Killing'Pronthrerat '' jConstitutional -

Features of Measure

Ceremony Y Was Simple i in th. e Extreme .MINE WAGE CONTRACT IS ., : .* ( DISCUSSION I ON :

Chicago Society. Dated by lawyersin

t< But Very Im SIGNED ALABAMA CO'S. .
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Woman. House .

pressive. "" ALDERMATICMUDDLE[
NEW AGREEMENT-WILL, GO ( INTO EFFECT ON JULY 1-BIG. FUR I ,

NACE COMPANIES STILL RUNNING "OPEN SWOP" MINES. By Associated Press tim was torn-and disarranged and she EXTEND SYMPATHY

BIG GUNS BOOMED i Chicago, n1.; June 2?. .Richard C I had evidently made a desperate fight
WESTERN MINERS TURN DOWN APPLICATION before !toeing overcome. Around her
Ivens was hanged here to-day for the l[
neck was twisted a 'slender copper
OF U. M. W. murder of Mrs. Bessie Hollister.
vis
wire, and marks of pressure were
The murder occurred on the even- ible on other parts of the throat. She House Endorses Senate Resoiu* _

Announcing: the Coronation to the ing of January 12. ilrs. Bessie Hollis had' evidently been.strangled to death
and
i
By Associates(; Press ducting "open shop" mines
wife of Frank tion Massacre of f Jews.
union. ter was the C. Hollis after being maltreated in the most on
June which
Assembled Birmingham, Ala., 2?.-The refuse recognize the ter, the head of the large printing vicious :'
Multitude. It is not thought these companieswill manner. Opinions Differ as to Whether Alderman !'
Alabama Consolidated: Coal and. Iron enter inlo'a contract with the establishment of Hollister Brothers.She The conduct: of Ivens aroused the

Company, to-day signed a wage con miners. was a handsome :woman and suspicion of the police, and he was D'Alemberte is Legally HOUSE' AMENDMENT TO SUNDRY'
tract prominent. in church and social cir arrested. Three hours after he con-
with
the United' Mina Workersfor
ANENT CAPITAL OF :
NORWAY cles. She left her home the morningof fessed the crime. This confession :he! CIVIL Bill. PROVIDING' FOR
one, year from July 1, and 'work REJECT APPLJICATI/ON OF Holding His Seat.
January 12 with the intention of later repeated at the ,inquest. He
A'JVE WITH PEOPLE AT will 'be'contlnu in
AN ;the, company'smine OHIO AND ILLINOIS MINERS .
without interruption. The carrying. some flowers to the funeralof went into the shocking details in a TRAVELING EXPENSES* OF PRES- f'.-
EARLY HOUR I friend. She. :purchased the cold-blooded fashion that. aroused in-
SEEKING POINTS :Montevallo Company also signed. The Denver, June .-By a unanimous a The statement of Alderman A. H. (IDENT WITHDRAWN AND BILL
Commercial Coal Operator's Associa- vote today the'executive board of the flower ana' performed ; some errands tense popular indignation. At the : from
he
OF D'Alemberte that will resign
VANTAGE-GREAT CHEER did'not
but and
near her home at trial Ivens denied his guilt said
: appear
tion the PASSED-TILLMAN WOUUD NOT
was offerear: same contract Western Federation of Miners! turned
the funeral, nor was, she. again seen he had been forced to'confess by the the City Council should the city at-
will it of
GREETED ,ROYAL PARTYTHECITY and pass upon next Tuesday down the application of miners
No change has occurred in the relations Ohio and Illinois affiliated with the alive by anybody. police. His defense was an alibi and torney give it as his: opinion that he I SIGN RATE BILL.! -

OF TRONDHJEM. of the' miners'and' the, four United Mine 'Workers, for admissionto Qfc the morning of January 13 the claim that he had made the con is illegally holding office, has caused)I t
Richard Ivens, who lived in the vicinity fession under hypnotic suggestion.
big furnace companies which are con- the_ federation. much dscussion! In the city, and the
of the woman's home, told hisfather Application to the supreme court '
that the body of;a woman was and to the governor and 'board of'pardons offhand opinions of ;many attorneys By Associated Press"Washington
June 22.-The constitutional
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By Associated: Press. lying' o'n' a pile of refuse in the rear for a proceedings was in have been given. :

tion TrondhJem of King, June Haakon. 22.-The and corona-Queen DOIES[! : f fATHER[ Wlll PROSECUTE[ T[ of I their barn. 'The .clothes of the vie- I I vain. There seems to be a difference well of were debated features by of the the'pure lawyers food of bill the

JIaud, which occurred in the ancient -- --- opinion among the attorneys as house today, the democrats splittingon ,

Norse; .capital to-day was simple in as citizens, as to whfeher or not .Mr. whether the bill takes police power ;
the extreme but very, impressive. I MEAT INSPECTOR NEEDED D'Alemberte is legally entitled ,to s tin from states. It is apparent that the
The completion of the crowning of the city council and participate in bill, practically as it came from the

King Haakon' was communicated by its, proceedings. Some attorneys say committee will be a'dopted.
top army signals wigwagging across ON 1TNESS 5 STANDARD T N R PENSACOIA' that the charter plainly states that to,' The house passed unanimously the ,.
IN CITY OF
resolution :
senate
the city from the cathedral to the hill represent a precinct in the council an expressing sympathywith
h ttery. The first gun announcin alderman must reside in that precinct -| the Hebrews on account of the

cue tidings boomed forth instantly and He must be a qualified voter massacres in Russia and adjourned. _

thn there was a roar of guns from in the precinct as welt{ as reside therein
the shfps and land batteries and the STAND T N OIl CO1 for Armour & Co. and to move from it disqualifieshim OPPOSED TRAVELING .:
bells of the churches began ringing. LICENSED MEN Superintendent from holding a seat; in the council EXPENSES OF PRESIDENT

The sounds carried the tidings over as well as it doe$ from voting.
the city ana' harbor, and the ec.lloeaWE're Believes it Would- Give Better Others say that the case of Mr.D'Alemberte Washington, June 22.-Opposition

carried up and down the fjord. is diffent and that this to the amendment to the sundry civil .

The crowning of Queen Maud com- Testifies Regarding Education ,of Attorney General Moody Announces Satisfaction. does not apply fo him.: They claim bill appropriating twenty-five thous.

n'encetf! immediately afterward. Her .. that his residence outside of the precinct and dollars for the president's travel. ..:
fOR MOTORVESSELS
Majesty, who is of a naturally timid Prophe tn-WaSOt: Killed that He Will({ Bring Action is only temporary, that he has ing expenses resulted today in the ,.-.'

and retiring disposition, bravely COMPETENT MAN IN THE POSITION purchased unimproved property in No.] withdrawal of that amendment and ': ';.
faced the ceremony. She looked in Crimean 'War Against.Monopoly. I 12 and is contemplating! the erection; the passage of an independent bill ,
dainty and attractive. WOULD BE WELCOMED BY, of a residence thereon at an early i I providing for practically the same appropriation f '

Coronattonnday opened with a glow date. His Case, they !;say, is different as that recently' passed by ,J.'
ing but a cold sun shining. In the By Associated Press By Associated Press [ HIS FIRM-OFFERS' NO CRITICISM !' from that of Alderman Baars, and the house. ;...

early morning splutters of rain fell Chicago, June ,22. In the Dowie Washington, June .-Formal an- also that of Alderman Cahn, whoso |I Other business included the pass ;:.- .

and a chilling wind came off the hearing_ today, in the federal court nouncement of the purpose of the gov RELATIVE TO FINING OF e six years ago moved out of the age of the sundry civil bill carrying ; .

fjord, making it necessary .to wear John ,Murray Dowie of :Essex, Kansas -'ernment to prosecute the Standard Oil MANAGER DAVIS. precinct from which : he had been' about one hundred and two millions ..
overcoats. and winter clothing The testified that he was the fatherof Co. was made today by Attorney General elected, and of course resigned, but l.-dollars.. An effort was made to
normal temperature in the cathedral John Alexander Dowie., He testified -' Moody Proceedings in the first Requirements,:. of Law Effective in these cases the aldermen took p\\strike out the provision prohibiting I '

previous to the ceremony was under that :he had supported, and carefully -]i instance.will be,had,under4he Elkins their permanent residence outside the canteens at soldier's homes, but instead _<',
tfty degrees and it ,was fear&a' that educated, John Alexander Dow eat law,. which prohibits rebates In' interstate Mar26-Wii' { &lRigidly,l .; ,j" Tensacola needs' a: meat inspector, precinct. : -; "I it was: made stronger. The tni:
many of those present would carry Edinburgh University and later! commerce.. The' attorney gen and that badly too,".said A. W. Smith: Those who are advocating M% also retains the house provision for a

a painful and lasting reminder of the i procured him .a ,church in ,Australia.!' eral says that should the investfgat'-on: Enforced. : .. superintendent of the, Southern divI-I D'Alemberte' tendering his resignation -.(. lock canal at Panama.
coronat'.on of Kink Haakon and He asserted that the soldier killed In' he is still making ,justify it he' will sion of the Armour & Co., while talk- do not take this view of the case.! The senate accepted conference reports -
Queen Maud, although the Norwegiancourt the Crimean war'whose son John Alexander bring further action under the Sher- ing at the Merchantslast night. They claim that he was elected while! on the District of Columbia anJ

wisely relaxed the rules governing claimed to be was a "creature man anti-trust law. He will also take '. John A..Collier, of Mobile, supervising "Understand me-as not criticising the living outside the precinct, and that;; postoffice appropriation bills.
dress. in the mind of,John Alexander. steps against the continuance of dis inspector steam ,Tessels for the present laws of your city, but I think the proceedings of tie councilshouldl "-
Streets Crowded. criminations In trade and transportation tenth district,. which includes the that an inspector of meats would be the vote be close enoJigh to make his TILLMAN WOULD NOT 7
I The city was alive at an early hour provided against the pending rate port of Pensacola, was in the city of 'great advantage to your city.' As vote effective, would!: ; be illegal, for SIGN THE RATE BILL f

and by 8 o'clock! the avenues reachingto seemej grave as they drove toward bill. Frank B. Kelldgg, of St. Paul, yesterday and called at 'The Journal far as my firm Is concerned we would the reason that he cannot reside in
, the cathedral were filled with the cathedraL The king, however, and Charles B. :Morrison, of Chicago, office for the purpose of calling the welcome an inspector, provided of one precinct and represent another. I Washington, June 22.-l\t a meeting ;
straggling lines of people, making'for smiled and saluted the people.' have been employed as special coun-. attention of the public to tha new regulations course that he was a competent man, At any rate, the matter for the past, today of the railroad rate bill con-
: 'he: : choicest; points of vantage frem7hich Scores of Cameras, for launches, as provided by i I one who had had experience in the two or three days has caused much ference the only point not settled was ",

\ to see the members of the roy When approaching the cathedral the law which went into effect on business and who would be fair and discussion, and it will continue until the question whether pipe lines should .. '
"
a1) family and the distinguished guests their majesties faced half a, dozen I seLWARING May 26. just to all alike, and not make fish of Attorney Jones renders his opinion, be declared common carriers." The 't.

enter the cathedral. The doors of the photographing machines and a score WILL BE The law provides that every gaso- one and flesh of another. when it will be settled) whether. or not sleeping car provision and one requiring \X.':

istfr were opened at 10 a. m., and of cam ras.' The procession moved j I) line launch, or vessel propelled by "Now, as to the fining of our man he is to retain his seat. five days notice before issuing an ..:
oon afterward three : motor; under 15 gross tons and carrying I injunction will remain in the bill. ;,
bishops, robeuia slowly. Handkerchiefs and flags, RESUMED ager, Mr. Davis, in your courts for .
IN
FALL
'black and white, drove up in a basLe'like -I were waved, but the crowd seemingly passengers for hire, shall he in havIn'g tainted meat in cold storage, All conferees except Senator Till- e4
phaeton. The crowd uncovered was impressed by the coming re- command J' of a licensed man and fur I will'offer no criticism of the actionof NO PLAN DEVISED man signed the rate bill. He objects ')
when the ther provides ,that there shall be a to the compromise which applies the t ,
bishops entered the llgous: ceremony; and the people gen- the authorities, for they followedthe '
cathedral The cathedral filled, rapid- eraly silent Occasionally, how By Associated Press life preserver 'on such launch fir McLaurin commodity amendment to .
were law of your city, but 5 think it TO ASSIST JEWSBy
:, Washington June 22.-T>e Interstate the railroads only.
carried. The .
Bj 10:25 a. m., the majority of ever, there was an outbreak of cheers. every passenger penaltyfor manifestly 'unjust and unfair: to have .
Commerce '
{4e spectators had arrived, and were The royal coach, drawn by four practically Commission to-day disobeying the law Is a fine of such an ordinance in operation. As j...i!

'Bated, women in evening cos'tnies handsome bays, led ""by footmen, the relations completed of railroads the inquiry into $500. you and everyone knows, meat is a Associated Press CLAIM L & N. ISUSI'C s
the
and of the iu catheatal at 11:30 with Mr.:: Collier stated that any person
many men reached the ( : a. m. coal and! oil traffic in the eastern ] very perishable article. It is liable to Washington June ;22.-The presi- .
Inght. uniforms and wearing ordters.'n where the king and 'queen were received bituminous fields. The hearings will ,who desired a license could make go bad on you in a singe! nght: but dent has not been able to devise any '
effect was imposing, in spite of by the .clergy. application for same at the office of : ;
be resumed in the fall under the laws of Pensacola to have plan whereby he can render assistanceto
'at half light in the interior : entered all the collector of the port, and that
of the
When the royal party in Russia and
Joseph Auerbach New York at- this meat on hand the following morning the persecuted Jews THREATS'M ,
a
'Id cathedral.The present in the.cathedral arose, and torney, whose firm conducted' the same would be issued \provided the is punishable by a heavy fine. This the same is true of state department 'M <<
arrival of the bishops was follOwed the ceremonies began immediately.The transfer of certain applicant was considered competent I I think should be changed and make officials! Y
stocks of
the Fair '
tc. command and handle the launch
TO PREVENT
the OPERATORS .
by appearance of a number IN ITS
Ancient Capital moot Coal the penalty for offering for sale any
Company, testified that -'
01' for which application for license was
priests, all robed in white. i'
They i the acient capital of none of the stock went to officer tainted meats a heavy one. EMPLOY: FROM
Tronalijsm any Diad The forms for applicationswill : JOINING
I
aterej the north BY fiRE
at
and formed a semi-circle sanctuary about 10:30 the: the kings of Norway.may'be1 called! the employee of the Baltimore- and 'foe sent to this city at once and I 'Tes, we would welcome a meat in- DAMAGE ..
I spector ands change in the ordinanceso THE UNION.
It is first Ohio railroad.
cradle of the Norse nation. '
altar wiU be ready for use on Monday
I
and
with bent heads offered!
Prayers for the king and queen. Their up mentioned in history, before" there: .- morning. There is no charge for the i as to make, the penalty for offeringfor IN ILLINOIS( TOWNBy
sale tainted meat, but even leaving
united' in connection
was a Norway,
entrance license. 1
silenced the crowd. with Harold the FairHaIred who ROW RESUMED BY the law 'as it stands, an ordinance ,
In rh- meantime lines of soldiers The inspector said that it was not By Associated Press.
am sailors i from a specially constructa conquered all the petty kings: of the his intention to put the owners o! the!' providing for a meat inspector would Associated Press Louisville, Ky., June 22.-The Order .
landing: place, passed from palace INorse counties and united them Intoa RUSSIAN HOUSE class: of vessels; indicated to any Unnecessary !-i'I be a vast improvement over present Parucah, Ky., June .-Two blocks of Railway Telegraphers in the
conditions. The
here,
state under Ws crownin companies !business section of Golconda,
tf The cathedral single own trouble but that the law in the circuit
and formed a line to Jefferson court today filed an
the cathedral the latter part of'the ninth cen would be rigidly enforced in the fu with a competent man as inspector, Ills., were burned toniay. The loss action against the railroad! ''

Itoe royal entrance.and special embassiesoon tury. But it did not attain first importance By Associated Press ture. The law does not apply to I would know that they would! be justly /is $100,000. The Sjre consumed a wherein an injunction is asked1.company It is '.:t I
Haakon dealt with, the markets would feel a hardware stores, the, .
in the kingdom until pleasure vessels operated bytheir laundry, two
afterward began arriving. St. 'Petersburg, Uune\ 22.-The discussion I' alleged that the railroad is using
the Good was crowned there in 935 which Is, sense of security and the consumers I i light plant, a saloon and other
Amon; the first was the special of Minister Stolypins 'explan- owners and upon no charge city threats against operators who desire ,
could be much better satisfied. In
acclamations! of small
buildings.
American envoy, Charles H. Graves amid the joyful had rebelled thet ations was resumed in' the lower made. I cities where there are inspectors I i, to join the order and resorting to the :
who
; sinister to Sweden, and Mrs. Graves; people the cruel successfully of Ermkff3looaxe house of parliament today Ramih find that there is less;: friction betweenthe THE WESTERNGOLF same tactics against its operators who .
tryanny WON
ueiuenam Commander -John H. Gfbbon against Ali, in behalf of the social democrats, authorities belong to the order.
and his despotic wife SUCCESSOR TOCWT. packing houses and city CHAMPIONSHIP
*tats> the naval attache of the United Queen Gunhild. Since then all the offered a resolution holding the ad- The inspector has access to all .- ----i f ?

Major! London, and Mrs. Gibbons; Icings of Norway of whatever nation- ministrative officials guilty of murder portions of the plant, he sees the meatas By Associated Press
Wi'.liam! W Gusson American robberyand violations of taw BERRY CORNERSTONENEW OF
lIl.'itt1'attache ality they might' be have had to and their it is unloaded, inspects it in the ,Flossmcor, Ill., Jjune 22Alec.; '
at St Petersburg, demanding prosecution as
Was travel to this_far away city for the cooling room and tags; it, and frequently Smith, a Nassau Cl b-.
.no
Mrs W j accompanied, Bryan.Watched by Mr. ,and' ceremony of Investiture. The King accessories Declares has of the been ministry shielding which their he --- Is" on hand when it is sent out won the western golf] <: SCHOOL LAID .
his to to the markets. He visits cold stor- two rounds of
Haakon of to-day.owes name today by ; rroreSSional'1' ,
A. BICKNELL ASSIGNED "
With Interest. the first good 'king of an united and agents and preventing exposure bythe CAPT.. G. age plants at a1!! hours of the day, and seventy-four, .,: '

I The crowd watched the party with Independent Norway and the little press. TO'COMMIAND OF PEN'SIACOLA' and when .ever he c ccgidemns: a pieceof Hobens, of Englewood, By Associated Press. s

uteresi: Visiting princes ann prin- Crown Prince becomes the namesakeof meat there is no question by the 'Columbus, Ga., June 22.-The cor- ',' f

des the! **s were cheered as they passed his first legitimate successor the GREAT DAMAGE BY NAVY YARD. packing house manager, but the meatis Maharajah Behind Time. nerstone of the Secondary Industrial : .'

I'ne of troops and a band sta.'toned great Olaf Tryggvesson who'wa immediately sent out and destroyed. Colorado Springs, Col-!: June 22.- School was I laid this afternoon with ;,

ct;t opposite the canopied portal crowned in 995. Up to that time "Atlanta Birmingham' Montgomery, The Maharajah of Baj-oda, India,. and Masonic ceremonies in the!: presence ,.
the cathedral played the national Trondhjem was less national-capital "AlLIN GEORGIABy Special to The Journal. New Orleans and a number of the his royal suite left last night over of a large crowd. Among the ;

anthem respectively of each country than the mere stronghold' of an Washington, June 22.-capt. G. A. prominent southern cities' all have in- the Santa Fe for theGrand: Canyon, speakers were Governor Terrell, of ;
rEpresented by the arriving embassy,I important province but in 996, Olaf Bicknell has been assigned as commandant spectors," continued :Mr. Smith, "and I CoL, and Yellowstone Park. The Georgia James E. Russell, of Colum- 'I,
and at the same .time. the troops Tryggvesson laid the foundation of Associated Press. of the Pensacola navy :yard I'r you never hear of friction between the party is forty-eight i hours behind! biaUniversity, New York, and Goo | '

)resented arms the, present city which he then Athens, Ga., June 22.-During a hah Commandant of the Eighth Naval I packing houses or city, or any of. our schedule time, hvaing changed its Foster Peabody. Columbus is the At
and
The I
Prince? and I PrIncess of Wales I called Nidaros.It .is the northernmost storm in Clark and Oconee counties District: succeeling: Capt. Berry who I local managers being: fined for having original plan of leaving Tuesday only city! i in the south to adopt in- t. ?
filmed last at 10:55 a. m., and their town' of any importance in Europe : great damage was done. In some to Norfolk. Copt Bicknell will tainted meat in cold storage; for the evening. tfustrial training in connection with :.'?
: ,
PrtyVa's still in the street when being situated inthe 'Same latitude places the hail was fourteen : inches goes command on July 7. He is reason that''in the first place there are ; public schools. .' *.

Feats { bells from the city churches as the south coast of Iceland deep. Pine trees. were stripped of assume in command of the battleship no such laws in .those cities providingfor t
announced! that King Haakon was but it has a strangely temperate cli- their foliage and corn, cotton and now punishment for having tainted us. It Is as much toour[ Interest as
,
Preparing to leave and Texas. but only for sell'n'g or anyone's to see that all meat is fresh ARRESTED FOR *
this the Palace. By mate. While Christlania 'Fjord other crops in the path of the storm meat on hand, i' *
time the dense crowds walled be'r all the rivers, la the southern part of totally destroyed. Schwab Not in Politics. offering it for sale, and in the second and in the very best condition, and I .
I the line of troops extended from become solidly ,frozen dur- place, whenever the inspector con- think a meat Inspected would fill the
Norway have COX MURDER
below; June 22.-Reports
the palace into the bisecting ing the :Winter, the River NId rarely : New York, that Charles demns meat. it .is sent out to .be de bill In other cities the duties are to :
recently I
streets and t beautiful TWO FIRES AT been numerous look after packing houses, visit all
near ,! ? the cathedral where freezes over and the 'Schwab will announce as a candi-- stroyed. ;:
M.
! the entrance 'climateis that packing house meat markets and also to look into
stood the tribunes, Trondhjem Fjord' never The "Why the idea a -
States from
which United senator Associated Press ,
for By
date
had been erected for the 'more ol Germany in would intentionally sell a customer! home killed meats. ,
like that middle SAGUA LA GRANDEHavana Mr. Schwab is in New York #4 t
Nevada. Smith
Ortunate of th9 Publlc- The king and much like that ,of the spoiled meat Is ridicu :>iIs. The whole "Yes, sir, co-one would welcome a Jackson, Ky., June 22.John
winter and when asked about!
and queen after a brief delay in art of Oregon in summer Hence from Europe, : sale business Is the same as any other, change for the better li Pensacola any and John Abner were arrested today ;
: ran .ng the carriages and cavalry cs- coast luxurious vegetation and the resultant the stories replied: "I have" no political and when: you have .a, good customer! more than the Armour, & Co.. Our by Deputy Sheriff Fugate on a far- :

con started for the cathedral preceded the prosperlty; of .the-p ople. June 22.investigation of aspirations whatever. you want to keephim.. How long I plant and meats are Open I' to inspection rant charging the murder of Dr. Cox.
k y their suites. A great cheer Christian Sovereign. the report that Santa la Grande had would we be.in business In Pensacola! at all times, no| only for the The accused came within a mile of

,, announced the departure of t3e royal First Haakon the.G. Is distinguished been destroyed shows that the town Algeciras Protocol Signed. we sell :spoiled: meats to themarkets officials! of your-city, r but the publIc town and sent for Fugate, who brought i
were to
22.The sultan has
party King recently had two fires. In one thrailroa.d Tangiers, July them before county Judge Taulbee.
a The king and queen were & as being' tie first- Christian protocol at Fez ? Not very long, I guess,for In general, concluded the::superintendent -
station and in Algeciras "
I clcsed state was burned signed'the The trial will be held Saturday.
coach both wore ermine .would refuse to patronize .
markets i -
Id* the other four stores were deBtroy June 18. the:
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S t :,I Were CONVICTS To : N1YERSARYelebrated E Y Yor From Prominent Doctor :



i iI S kv,:k 6 1+ kSvr, rt s { 'v}i;:.C '. S$ $\}Y rfS\rt{ti !rw' l ti sash: : Of L Mrs. Dr. H. T. Pierce, of

? Smoked Investigate ; :y 'S y Woburn, Hass., whose unbiased
?? rY'i.rr{'iF'-
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ONROADSt O O OReport mT

I Pure Food .Y opinion is based on

and A }t.- the results of years of experience .

.' '''k:.,% as a medical practitioner

Packed Submitted to Good Roads was Our found store to has contain been tried nothingbut and I by John Diamond at .' unhesitatingly 1

'Convention Asks Legislationto the best of Groceries and Ghumuckia and Attended by ? ':. commends and prescribes
Pure Foods. Also to. be clean I

on I This End. and perfectly sanitary. Hundreds 'of f Kinfolk. : Duffy's Pure Halt Whiskeyfor

NEW ARRIVALS.
all requiring
cases a pure
Asparagus Tips .'. .85c can '
the ., The to following the Good report Roads was Convention presented Asparagus (fancy whole) 20c I Special to The Journal. tk tonic stimulant and health
French ..40c
Artichokes ( ) can !
which convened this week at Talla- North Chumuckla June 22.-.1Ir. f builder.
French Peas .. .. .25c can r.. '
recently
John -
hassee Spinks William Diamond
: Mushrooms .. .. 15 and 25c can
FarmSmithfield To the Chairman of State Conventionof Anchovy Paste .-. .-.' ,,.25c jarROSENAU&GERELDS celebrated his ninety-second birth- .} ; > Dr. Pierce recently celebrated
County Commissioners and Good day at his old home in North Chu-
Roads Association: niuckla, where he has been living 'for ..r<:< :< : : her 86th birthday, in

At the annual meeting this convention many years.
:: :: the best of health surround.
at Orlando in 1905, the under- Mr. Diamond was born June ,16th :" .. ,
signed were appointed asa committee J 1814, on a and bar in the Chattahoo-I :' :::{:, ed by a host of friends and
to report at the annual meetingin chee river where four posts were ,
1906 in the matter of legislation for sunk in the ground'and bed quilts used : cr ky. ; relatives.
good roads. Your committee construed for the walls and roofing. His par- -i :: ,; Si..
the appointment was intended ents were moving down the river in f>: .i : In referring to Duffy's the
f to the period of trial and experiment The Fancy Grocers, small boats (dug outs) to some pointin .
Virginia has passed, and the time for decisive| Alabama or Florida. To the best .:;:. :r :: :> >;rr:;;.r dear old doctor writes :
action on the part of the people of Phone 391. Pensacola. of my information he is not sure 'as
the state has arrived. A majority of to his birth place,, whether it was In r ok "I have used Duffy's Pure Malt Whisker

the.people of the counties of the state Georgia: Aalabama or Florida. He .,y. ,:::.: :::;. y.,,; to my practice for many years and find ;it
: Hams now. fully realize the meaning and value was married to Miss Mary Johnson lu >;:.{;; .:;:. most beneficial in sickness, and especially
a of Improved roads, that their material -- 1836 and their union was blesses with :5.ss,, .}} :where the system has been run down ar.l
advancement. largely depends nie sons and' five daughters.He; ; lost ', .t; weakened by the infirmities of age. At they !
upon this'important subject, and they Escambia Pressing'ClubDyeing his first wild some'time in the '60's. :, present time, I am giving it to a number of

A little higher than some are, ready to commit themselves to Cleaning and Pressing ofgentlemen's Three years after her death he was old people,,and .it is the very best Invigora.tor .
any practical and business-like plan and ladies' .Clothing. Club again united in the holy bonds of., matrimony health-giver and tonic-stimulant I can
others, but- to find for them. Please send me six more hotties. -
Miss Matilda
to construct improved roads in Flor- rates Johnson a
only $1.00 month. We call
per ." Dr. M. T. Pierce 23 Jlontvali
Mrs.
of his
ida: sister first wife and after the, -
for and deliver all work. No.9 E. ''.
November 20.\) 1905.
Second. To build roads will cost Intendencia. death of his second wife: was marriedto Ave, Woburn Mass.r

money, and require great amount of WALTER MAULTON & CO., Props. Mrs. Eliza Ezell, who is now living MRS. DR. M. T. PIERCE 1
labor. ;Without venturing into extended Selix's'Old Stand. with him. : I
argument. realizing that the Mr. Diamond has :had some rough' Pure Malt WhiskeyIs
matter of improved roads In Florida experience in old n-times with the Indians .: DUffy's

Sol Cahn & Go should be made the paramount issue, and is certainly a most wonder.: t old people stat hat the!'
your committee hereby recommend the PREACHED ful] man. He can plow hard all day,! the most perfect invigorator for the aged and the judicious yoUng. More.than prescribed 4.XK( leading pbysicians. recommended
Is
following resolutions as indicating tie r [ C [ O HIS I If pick from 100 to 150 pounds of cotton:I rugged health by ministers and sturdy of oldage the Gospel are due and to indorsed its regular by temperance and ; workers use. It theCountry over.-g'the best throat medicine ri and sure,
and does that [ sore
views of this convention: per day anything comes preventive of disease. Duffy's cures consumption pneumonia grip ; coughsJ' Educes
The Pure. Feed Store, 'First. Thai It is to the best interests to hand and as much of it as any ordinary "I fevers, dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation and every form of lung bowel and stomach action trouble., tones It aids digestion Impro\'eJi the
I of the 'state! the man. He has always lead a sound and wholesome sleep, enriches poor and Impoverished Mood.-quickens the heart's of the PaJ, liming the
that county con.victS circulation normal health and Strength, by going to the source
i and brings the body back to !
Southwest Corner PiUfox and Intendencia and the state convicts be put upon very active life. He has a beautiful poisonous germs and driving them from th body. It is the only whiskey recognized as a medicine and contains no fusel
,, the work of constructing improved f FAR [WIll horse which I have seen him run oil. This is a guarantee.
Du1b'8 Pure Uatt be Base you get the genuine. It's the
Phones {1480 public roads in the state, and that through the woods.after cattle at full. only C&.UTIONWheD medicinal you ask your drnggtat and Is or sold grocer In sealed for bottles oasl-lIe..er Whiskey ia bulk. $r aUJottl.u Look fez the trace neck,
and he carries himself in the absolutel pre whlskeYt Doctcfta'a\1yl ana redieal woklet be.
proper legislation' In the wisdom of speed the"Old Chemist"oJ the label,and IDae cnue the seas oven Ute col is iznbtohen. >
the legislature of Florida be promptly saddle as gracefully and erect asa: ; Duffy. MaH'Wlifskey, Co.,SLochestei,N.Y; :'
passed to this end. cavalry officer. I :
Second. That the provisions of SERMONHandsome [ N 'iMr. Diamond had two brothers, one, THE LEWIS BEAR COMPANY, Distributers.

chapter 5245 of the laws of Florida be of whom died about fifty years ago .. ;
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carried out, that all moneys In the Internal and the other a little later on. Mr.!, T i
I Improvement fund of the state Diamond lived at Bluff Springs a great SUMMARY OF
:and the moneys arising from the sale many years ago and 'came to Santa! NOTICEThe

'; MAZO of lands after the payment of the legal Resolutions'Presentedto Rosa county In 1853, where he: has: r[ BONIFAY ]JS.e.lal WEATHER
obligations a'gainst said moneys resided ever since. I. THE Woolley Sanatorium,the only institute
shall be placed by the trustees with His two brothers who are dead had i in the United States where the
the state' treasurer to be distributedto Rabbi Samuel'Kech by children and grand children on the II Opium, Cocaine and Whiskey habits
the counties ] can be cured without exposure, and
and constituted a fund ground. He has one hundred and
to1 be devoted; exclusively to the building Temple. Beth EL four grand children of whom about to The JournaL sacola The maximum yesterday temperature:{i&3 degrees in Pen, with so much ease for the patient. Onlv
of good.roads. -- eighty-five or ninety were present, Bonifay, :June 2-2.-'William: Howell 1 was 30 days' time required. Describe
which mThe
Rabbi Samuel Koch, who for the and was 'recsrded-at lp a. your case and I will write you an
Third. That this convention ap- one hundred-and six 'great grandchildren a saw mill man from 'Vernon was in
past four years tias j minimum was 74 degrees.at 6 a. m. as to what I can accomplishI
"teen"the opinIon
peals to tie people of the state and spiritual of whom seventy-five were town yesterday. |
the In his -
condItions
summary weather
the legislature of the state and also adviser of the.-jcongregatiori of on the ground. ;;He has nine living Mrs. Luta 'Lea -ana! little son Wain j I for you. Ask your family physician
the. executive authorities of the state Temple Beth-EVvpreached" his' fare\ve"l children, all 04,whom were, present from Westville' are here on a visit ( "Cpmparativesly yesterday Observer :Reed said: to investfga.t, Dr. B. 31. Woolley, JOt
to carry Into effect these resolutions. sermon last nighr and' 'at" the close except 'Mr. WJalker: TMamoad, who, for to Mrs W. H. Brett, Jr. I vails the Gulf high pressure: pre- N.: Pryor Street, Atlanta Ga.
over states; a "high"of
Respectfully was presented1 with"a-'set of handsomely reason, cbuld not be '
submitted. some there, and W. T," Kudworth made a flying( considerable 'strength over the "
W. L. PAUMER, engrossed resolutions; expressive also eight stepchildren: and anum. :visiit to Cerro Gofda Thursday on. '
Powdered H. K. FDiLLER, of the high esteem in which ber of step-grandchildren. Several business. I ]north, Pac'-flc states, :-is. njoring south- THE
east and cooler weather
prevails over
H. H. ORSON!( he Is held by the 'congregation. hundred people including many rela -Yesterday was a big day in the Idaho and Nevada. TM lake
J. R. STEWARD, The Temple was crowded" to"near tives were present and had a most delightful county judge's! court, several cases upper
region depression }fs mpving slowly
the popular Rabbi's last wordsto I IG4
SYD L. CARTER.! young time. M" coming up for trial. i eastward :
w1th
fain; raiij prevails inMontana.
his Pensacola charge. : and special :About one o'clock dinner was announced ..W.-.6.Green of Dady, was in town ;
with
; music was rendered for : evidences qf another depression
tIre'occasion .
and it
indeed |
was a most Wednesday.
Toilet DRAMATIC CRITIC At the close of.the services. PresidentSol magnificent spread. There- was every:[ C. D. Frink a Turpentine operator j are north unsettled'from of. that state.i Ij ew Mexico Conditions of today is exemplified
Cahn
of Congregation, arose thing good to eat that heart could from, Prosperity was in town Wed--]
and in a few well chosen and eloquent and Arizona northeastward and a"low" in the Qualities of the
wish for and plenty of it. If anyone cesday. i
HERE |
ON VISIT words presented the following left hungry it was their own fault Daniel S. Jones and Daniel A. Sim-! of considerable intensity has appeared Headache Remedy.BROMOVIN.
in
Colorado. There have been
resolutions: Dr. Abbott: Milton, addressed the !peons 'from !Chipley, were in town f''generally
light scattered showers in
Farewell Tribute. crowd in a very able talk and one very yesterday.. I the Atlantic !
has
states.* Heavy rain
Soap CAPTAIN W. H. WtlLLIAMS!\ OF THE Congregation''Pensacola Temple, Fla JBeth-El appropriate for the occasion.W. Jesse, Sasn tt was over from West- fallen at.Jupitefl' : i:
: W. J. ville Wednesday. j
TIMES-+DtEMOCRAT, VISITINGDR Presented to Donnie Moore from Westville was "Conditions! favor partly cloudy Quick, Certain, Agreeable
Rabbi Samuel Koch. in-town Thursday. ( weather for this section:; tonight and
.< MALLORY' KENNEDY It is with sincere sadness that-con Educating for a Profession. Work on the court house here, is Saturday with, variable winds." and Harmless.For .

Did ever wash gregation Temple eth.E1.meets this Attention is directed: to the advertisement -now going on in earnest. j' I Sale
you -
day to say good-bye, to our beloved of the Southern Dental Col- The store house of Mr jShipas is POPULAR: )LAUNCH:; CUPID by

':. your hands in cornmeal Captain W. H. Williams of New Rabbi ,Samuel Koch, who for the past lege of Atlanta, Ga., running in this going up'rapidly. I| BROKE RECORD YESTERDAY White's PharmacyPALAFOX
Orleans one of the most prominentand four years has been our highly re- issue of The! Journal. During recent Miss "McLeod one o& the teachers ic r--- i

f ? Of widely known dramatic critics: specteat' religious guide coming-to us years dentistry 'has become one of our the public school who was sick so The (popular launch cupid, owner' STREET.
course' and sporting -writers In the south, Is his first charge after graduation' at foremost professions, from point ',)f long rapidly recovering. by !Bennie Edm ndson, ; broke the Manufactured by
i. the guest in this city of Dr. S. R. Mal the Hebrew Union !College. scientific attainment, a s well as financial Dr. Coleman from Vernon has returned record yesterday' by' making 7 trips G. VAN ANTWERP & SON,
; you have. Well, (Having received and accepted a and is here. |
resource.'It practicing
; lory Kennedy, with whom he will i to the Life Saving Station, on one Mobile, Ala.
,. spend his vacation of ten days or two flattering call at Seattle, Wash., a may be interest to some readersto Hon. Daniel Gillis our tax collector calling at'' :the- .Navy Yard and Fort
: corn meal forms weeks field of larger usefulness, a :promotion learn that the first dental college: pas in town Thursday. I I Pickens. Several partied who wanted -------

'. Captain WBlliams! Is on' the staff of he so richly deserves, this con. known to modern dentistry was or- the Cupid: were forced to accept 115J" = .' -""'"
j one of the ingredients the Times-Democrat pn which paper gregation reluctantly parts. with Rabbi ganized In Balimore, Md.. 1841. There THE ORIGINAL. I another launch. Cape as. Dunham I
t.. he has been writing sports and shows: Koch. are now fifty-eight (&8) recognized Foley & Co., Chicago, originated' was 'at the\wheel yesterday and Capt.l'ennla .
:. of this delight" for the.past twenty years. His long Loved and admired by everyone, dental colleges! ,In the United States Honey, and Tar as a throat and lung Edmundson.:.handled the en- Domestic Finish
experience makes.him one of the best aged and youngin' this .,community: alone. remedy,' and on account of the greats gine.

f fut toilet article and posted men along these lines in the Irrespective of creed. An intelligent idea may be had of merits and popularity of Foley's .f-
south; or In Ihe country for that matter A minister pure, loyal arid conscientious the rapid development in dentistry,, Honey and Tar many imitations are How /o Break Up Cold. With PearlWlIite
t and he is 'personally acquaintedwith in the' discbarge. of every; when: it is known that the time for offered for the genuine. These
'we know it will many of the famous actors of duty. graduation has increased, during the worthless imitations have similar It may 'be a 'surprls-* to many to

;.", and knows every piece of horse today An Israelite true to. ].every. doctrine past ten years, from two years of five: sounding.. names. Beware of them. learn that a severe cold;can be completely Color.
please you.It comes flesh of any.note on the tracks. of Judaism. t months each.'to[three years of seven The genuine Foley's Honey and Tar broken tip In.one 10r two days'
I
!iA gentleman, above reproach we Ask time. The first::symptoms' of a cold)
Captain.'Williams months each: -the present curriculum Is in a yellow package. for it a.l 1
arrived in Pensa- That's what we give
'S., in a tin toilet can, cola yesterday afternoon and will cannot commend him too strongly this tore< The Southern'Dental College of Atlanta and refuse anr substitute. It is the ere a dry lou /:cough,i a profuse white shirts and collar;
.j'. no now friena'a. and people. We Is commended cf the leading best remedy for coughs and colds. watery discharge ;!roof be nose anda 11 iu a
doubt
spend his vacation pleasantly as one at The Star. If you ww';
'
just like talcum in this city. proud of his having been our minister dental colleges of the country, as W. 'A; D'Alemberte, druggist and When thin,Chamberlain's white coating'015. the tongue. work of this charar' .
we are doubly proudof his well coukh remedy Is
Is evidenced apothecary.
by the high standing of Shirts, Coi.arand
send your
taken ,
r earned promotipn this, prosperouscity its graduates. every .hour"oD the:first appear-
and is al Unknown Cuffs
powder, FrlendLThere in the far west, NOTICE. ance of these symptoms. it counter to
are many people who have'used' God speed you"our dear RabbI During my absenc& fromthe city, acts the effect! ot'We cold! and restores
r 1 ways perfectly dryand 'Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Koch in your newly chosen home 13 i REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS L..O. Kauffmann will have charge of the system to .a' healthy condition The Star Steam
and Diarrhoea Remedy with splendid the earnest and unanimous prayer of myoffice and attend to my business. within a-:dayorPo.Fbr,: sale by all
.
f.: convenient. results, but' who are unknown because your Pensacola congregation 20juneit THOS. PEBLEY. druggists. j; Laundry.
they lave hesitated about giving atestimonial 'Respectfully presented in behalf of -. ', I

One can contains of their experience for Congregation Temple;Beth-EL. Following is a list of the real estate REMEMBER THE 0. R. C. PICNICON REMEMBER. T-HE'.. o. & C. PICNIC 17 E. Garden St. Phant 114.
4" publication. These people, however Sol Cahn. President. transfers recorded yesterday as reported ,JUNE 23. AND BE PREPAREDTO ON. JUNE, 23. ,' AND BEE! PREPARED Penueola, FIn.IB .

t:: enough powdered aTe:norie the less-frlendV'of; this rem- B. Hirschman, Yice- esldent. by the Pensacola Abstract Co.: ENJOY YOURSELF. jnlStf TO ENJOY YOURSELF; jnlStf ......
_,.,
t. edy.a They have'done much' toward Julius Menko Secretary.Ike Maxent Land Co. to Jas. Furlong, I : = ; -
for making it-a household word by their Hirschman; Treasurer.' N. 5 ft. of lot 16 and the N 5 ft of the --- -- ------------ --<:!
toilet 200 "-
--
s:' soap personal recommendations to friends Trustees-Max I.. Bear, D. Dam W. 10 ft of lot 17, block 6, Maient!1 I
lr':: and neighbors. It is a food medicineto heisser, Ed. Forcheimer, :Ben GersonAlfred Tract, $1. e e --- -

r washings and it have In the house and is widely lloog. Jai Furlong to Jas. Ifcoley, com-
known for its cures of diarrhoea and Pensaola. Fla, June 22, 1906. mencing at the NE cor. of the intersection -]
\ costs only all forms of bowel trouble. For sale Handsome Piece ft ,Work. of Coyle and Chase streets

t.. by'alJ) druggists,,. The resolutions, aside from Jhe sentiment thence running E. 40 ft.. thence N. 117'' I
which they express form a ft., thence W. 40 ft, thence S. 117 ft
; 1O Cents Major. Bergman Coming. handsome piece of work. They were to point of beginning, being in block f n x
f Major Ji M,-r' rim an. 'ana wire, of engrossed by 'Prof. W.: D. Sears anca 6, Maxent Tract $1500.
the Salvatir: -my, will arrive In constitute some of his'b st work. Esther Wheeler to Wm. Keevan, W 1
1s. the city this afternoon and this evenIng % of the SW% Sec. 12, T. 3, N.1 R. 331 rr
will conduct the services in the W., 80 A$250.DeFU'N1AK .
Army tent at the corner of Barcelona J

W 'A and Main streets. MERCHANTS
.
Si Major Derrtman: who has charge of Makes VICTIMIZED BY SAILORSaeelal \ N
!
III
the Army 'Work in the southeaster
states will fill the pulpit at the Pala I aN
street Red Bloodand To The Journal. : ,
fox Methodist church
Sunday .
DeFuniak Springs, June 22.-Several 'j
D'ALEMBERTE

Iq wife morning..He who Was will: one be of assisted the Jasperson by his I plenty of it to keep one victimized merchants by a and sailor business giving men his name were; ssr Will give you-comfort oij ,a sweltering :

sister ..and Js.q noted? singer. I rosy and healQly.'POST'.U. as Dave Quinn from the battleship! day. When hot end weary, it imparts
andApothecary I .:..
; Druggist Kearsarge. Quinn gave several orders -: .
It your stomach Troubles you do not [ vigor and !: _
for energy. _
r borrowed money, board bfilsrclothing' If : : ? ?a
.
N conclude that there Is no cure, 'for a
4. MIn and etc. on one Captain Hold
,
.! great many have been permanently 5 at soda fountains and
supposed to be at the navy yard at C ; bottles 5c. C
cured by Chamberlain's Stomach and .
Pensacola. 'When the orders ''Were I 0
[is :12IS. Palafox Street j ver' Tablets.tox Try beneficial.them, 'they are place of coffee and tea. forwarded for collection, it was found
certain prove They
i: only cost a .quarter. Sold by alldruggists. 10 days' trial: .sieves.dwvs .. Hot that they could were no good and capt.1 I,, n ,
l not be located. '
!E: t((14 .. .. I whereabouts Quinn are Bottled Exclusively by Hyoela! Bot'-l anq Works. 124 E. Chase St. Phase 587

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I THE PENSACOLA. JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE' 23, 1906 : PAGE FIVE; ; -

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WE DON'T WAIT UNTIL CARGO G QF f BARK K,'Steamer Will, Make, -Two Monarch Trips ]SHERIFF.,S [ ASKS GOING TRAVELING :





THE SEASON IS OV iE1t. lIBELED BY l LIFE,t ,toSTATION. .i T THAT T COOPER r[



TO CUT :PRICES": ;; ,' ". SUNDAY THIS SUMMER F

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i

,. MASTER Boat Leaves 10 a, m. *and 3,p, m, BEHELD[ [ {!
V "e "

:,:' : 1. r-:' :.>:' SHARP. You will need, .a Trunk, Dresses SuitCase

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i
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{. :; .t or .Hand; Bag doubt. We v/ill
". ) T no
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:> Swedish Bark Dharwar Claims Ge"murragetajli8Anouniof$950 Probable that :Officer Will Ar-
,... :::' ;" :, : .t'... _4 I \THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO an i-
-
.,< ::,' '." ;F- 'W'-, '..'' be pleased ;; to have call and see our f
you
'.".,a. ....,":.;of."" ;Cj < ) rive Here Today (for the I r
: "" I-_' APALACHICOLA! FLA. .
,.. : !.r 11p-\\ '
.
l\ "" ..,,'.;. .: and' :BringsSuitOtto ''. '* Young'Man.! immense '! ine. Our new combinationDrop I.
.'. Manufacturers ol ,
:;- : ......... 1 '* "-
... .\' Front :
't. .'1.t :" ;:.' '. Trunk automatic self raising f"
.;!.c. i.:':1: ...,.," '.' Cypress Shingles.W Marshal Schad yesterday received a
''' : Olsson, master of.theSwedish. telegram from Sheriff Matt Long, of t '
:: '
I ,f"- ,;. '.';''; ,, ,: ', bark Dharwar, through his;attorney, New Orleans, requesting that Ever- tray 'is!; the newest creation in Trunk ;:

;/ .i J" .l.t .,t" {;,J'. Scott M. LOftin, yesterday brought x 4" x 18" 'ett Cooper alias Shy, be held In jail
....... '.' --.- 'J.:., : .. here until an officer could reach Pen- Manufacturing and is far superior to t
1"f.... ,,.:. ;" '>,''.. .'". suit in.the United States court against w'a'5"x18" sacola. It Is therefore expected that any-
: .
,.. : '.- ;. '. the of that'vessel, claiming damages .
cargo
_
either his
'U"ICI .ht. '- ,' the sheriff or some of .
.
-'-''=''''-,; -Jt', ;:":"';.1:: ."...". ." ', ,': in the Bum of J960.00.. Cypress Tanks of all 'Descriptions.WIte' deputies will' arrive In Pensacola this thing yet produced t t'

libe.l"suit.. in. the morning to escort the young man :,
The was brought : i
for Catalogue and Price listPAY t
But We CUT When You: Will Have Four Months .of forenoon and.the cargo libeled by ,the back to New Orleans, where he will

Warm Weather to Wear- What You Buy. ': .United States marshal and ,.is .held -; -- ,- FOR A PIANO ----, serve that out city his, to time judge, as from the their officialsof talk Trunks from-,------$6.00 to $40.00 if

intend in stock fo'rJ.'ALL. pending bond by the owners. The When like. That's a propositionthat In the papers, are determined that
We putting a large and you
claim is one of demurrage. has put a piano into many a Cooper will not again escape them. Suit asps rom.___ ,4.00 to $15.00SEE r

must have the room. .' The Dharwar .is under charter, to home. You can have one too if you The telegram yesterday was 'in re- i
.I'. like. This is' the Clutter plan. plyto one sent ]by' Marshal Schad to .
loaded
is
J. wjth
Schreyer and
Frr
THE SALE BEGINS TODAY. COME EARLY TO 902,000 superficial feet of lumber for Write Wouldn't, or-:you call.like to .know about iff Inspector that Whitaker the case, has,and been itis turned evident U$ FOR TRUNKS, SUITCASES :: i r>

Rio Janeiro.' It is claimed that' the CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE, over !by the latter'to the sheriff. .

GET THE CHOICE SELECTIONS,' vessel was delayed beyond: the contract Pensacola, Florida.. From appearances it would seem AND BAGS.: :
that Cooper does"not intend to return r
time, and the time lost" is Valuedat I to New Orleans without making
J950.00.It ,expected that. theowner a 'fight in. the 'courts. Yesterday I *
STANDARD ;; of the.cargo will give bond and there arguments in the record t k-

CLOTHING GOUHINYOSCAR .that/ 'the. 'bark' will 'proceed' to i.sea: atonce" SURF f BATHING er's court were over the further contin-

,. : uance of his case, .but Recorder Laney Watson Parker Reese Co :
Schooner. _
Seaman Libels .
...., ordered the case continued neverthe-i t.:1:
Ii
I>''"' .to .. Horace. G.' Farnworth, .formerly '

::- .... steward hI the American schooner less.Cooper stated 'When first arrested I : .r
Elizabeth'"T;',Doyle;-yesterday"mugbt that when first arrested in Cincinnati Successors to Green & Watson.
E. MAURA -suit"Against:: ; that vessel in, the\ IN G GULF I IS he was willing to return without! t I.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER. .United States 'court: for ;wages Au but it is evident 1
S Enl E' Br requisition papers,
[locks, Bonds and Securities: Bough: and Sold. 33 and 35 South Palafox Street.
The suit is for the sum of J123.: Farn that he has changedhis mind since {
12 E. Governmont St. P. O. Box154 l
.W'orlh recently got judgment i in the then, and will not only refuse to re-
commissioner's court against the vessel turn but will object to being held in __ ... .1
? '!!8-0 """"' -""""' cIDib'F' t for
: ; for the"wages; due.him, but alleges! FINE[ Pensacola.His .
\White Barber Shop FROM W ATERYGVE f that the master refused to settle and statement that he was arrestedin '

has libeled,the ship, Cincinnati and that the authoritiesof
The white barbers, formerly of 35 Before Commissioner Marsh.., New Orleans would not come after
S. Palafox St, are now located at No. Commissioner Marsh yesterday finished him is true. The latter had no t:
8 E. Government St., next to Western hearing the testimony in the And Should Be More 'Appreciated, money available 'at'that time for such The Glorious FOllrt

t'nion. E ERalph case of Bennie Edmundson, charged purposes, but it seems they now have.
with assaulting Chas. H. Burton ;at the Says,'Supt lucIan Minor of
life saving station. The defendantwas The Very Best Remedy for Bowel ;.
COTTRELL, held to the next term of the UniteI Trouble... ; -
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. .States' court under'a-bond of'$100, the Southern Express Co. Mr. M. F. Borroughs" an old and Will be fittingly celebrated this year by the ?1;;::':

Pensacola, Fla. which was' Immedtatelyemade./ well-known resident of Bluffiton, Ind., "
Berlin Jumps OYerbo rd to Recorder's .Court. says: "I regard CLamberlain's! Colic,
In the municipal court yesterday "You. people do ,not, appreciate your Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy as the i
WATCHES AND CUT GLASS Rescue Rabbi Koch and Judge Laneydisposed of eleven cases. fine surf bathing,":sad: .Supt. Lucian very best remedy for bowel trouble. I Knights of Columbus

Something Swell in Gpld Jewelry.W. Four defendants were discharged, two Minor, of the southern'division of the make this statement after having

A. Gahlenbeck 213 S. Palafol St Young Lady. cases continued, and fines amounting Southern'.'Express mpanr'uto r. a Jour- used the remedy in my family for '
to' $17 imposed. Arguments were several I am never without it.r
years. Wlio will Grand Picnic i
last night. "Why in ;, give a
nal reporter,, any
1 heard in the case of Everitt Cooper, it r' This remedy, is almost sure to
'TURTON, A BELL, held upon the charge of beIng d n.gerous other city it would be., talked of and be needed before the summer is over. ll
PHOTOGRAPHERS_ SINCE 1373. Ralph Berlin was a popular hero and-suspicious-character, and advertised all over the country, and Why not buy it now-and be preparedfor
Kodak yesterday and the story in which he whose attorney objected to a further 'people would "be attracted by such an emergency? For sale by Wednesday July 4 1906
Supplies. lor many
FlRUhinj Amatsurj. and two others are the central figuresis continuance of the case, arguingthat all druggists. ,
a very interesting one and includes the evidence was insufficient. The this alone. IC' I
AT ELECTRIC PARK
the falling overboard of Rabbi Samuel case ,was continued, however. "And I'wan.to. tell"you there is noM
R. K. WHITE, Koch;, of Temple Beth-el,and Miss Before Judge Nichelsen..' better surf bathing! .1%. the country 1J

Watchmaker;Manufacturing Jeweler,and Graduate Jennie Levy and theif rescue by 'Mr Judge Nichelsen had many defen than there In the gulf. I went F
across We want all to come. You will i
Optician: ,30 S. Paiafox Street..Pensacola. Fla. .Berlin.. : < daptsbefore; him i in the justice,of the there this afternoon as I 'always do, ARRESTED R E [ FORDETAINiNG ; ,
A party of young Jewish people
. .
peace court yesterday, and was kept have the time of life r ;
: your -
when I come to ola and hac
were over at the Life Saving Station' busy all day. The first case-was that .; ... ,Pea'saJ !, : }1'
Thursday nfght and included among a dip in.the surf, and,I.feel.like a new .
Tersely ToldH. of John Williams, colored! charged :
them were, those mentioned above. with carrying concealed weapons and man. I like it sO'well that frequently On arrival of 3 o'clock car a patriotic address .?"
rather,' dark and some D [T -I N I N
The night was
with assaulting Ben YoiSag. colored: when I am'gong: from Montgomeryto Blount '
toth'e will be delivered by the Hon. W. A. Jr.
H. Boyer has returned from''* of the party had started to'return He was discharged on the first.count! New Orleans, or vice versa, i'.drop .

trip to his milling Interests. at-Miltvilie. the.boat wharfRabbi, the Cupid) which Koch was and lyingat :Miss and held to the criminal court upon)I off at Flomaton and run down to Pen- At 3:30: o'clock, match game of base ball be- k.
:
: the second. I sacola just for a surf bath. That'show
U. Levy :were considerably in advance ol Will Oliver, colored, charged with I much -like it and other peopleare >' tween two ;|of Pensacola's crack teams the win- i.
H. Burroughs of
Jacksonville, is walked slowly toward MAILS
the party and they
: being a lewd person, waived examination -! the same way, and I am surprised
.Merchants.in the city and registered at the the boat which had swung away' and was held to the criminalcourt ', that Pensacola does not take "ad ning team to receive $25.00 in silver. .. '
from, the side of the wharf where Silvia Lester, L'.zzie Woods,!! vantage of this opportunity: bring .,1
United States :Marshal T. F. MeCouria they had left it and had drifted bad ArnIe Allen and Effle Jones, colored,'' travel here. At 5 o'clock the field sports begin:
leaves this morning for Boni-- past the end of the wharf. They on the same charge, were tried and "As ,,to Southern Express business
fay business. could see the outline of the boat but,I committed. Sallle Watson colored of f Held in Catching the pig.
on that it still lying at the here. mIl, we are bout paying expenses J J. M. Tuggle, Chipiey Yt greasy
thinking was : charged with the offense i
same was laughingly said: the genial
\tics. Duncan and two daughters, .of side of the wharf, they walked oJ, I', Shoe nixing race/
discharged.
superintendent, "and that amounts to $300 Bond for Trial in
Tallahassee .are in the city, registered the end of the wharf before they noticed -
guests at the Bscambia.! that boat had drifted bad I a whole lot. Seriously though, our and other sensational
the'
Hurdle race
business In Pensacola is good, many
very the U. S Court.
0. C. Pennel, of ':Marianna, was and found themselves suddenly plunged though there has been a heavy fall- '.
smoag the numerous business visitors into about 14 feet of water. [ MILLVIEW ] ing off in the fish shipments, and sports. j: Ir-'I..:

in the city yesterday.W. Miss Levy can swim and was therefore something must be done with: those Special; to The Journal All will receive valuable '
able to help herself, but Rabb: winners prizes. 1f
Mexicans if the June 22.-Postoffice Inspector -
,
C. Sumerlin they are interrupting. Grand Ridge ,
prominent business
a he would
swim and
Koch
cannot unquestionably fishing. industry."No Frank Voges has caused tho At 8 'clock grand prize dance begins 50 !
,
man of Andalusia, .Ala., is in have been washed away Special To The Journal. Q
of on
M. Chipiey
tor there is nothing in the report arrest of J. Tuggle
city on a short business visit in the swift current"and drowned had Millview, June 22.- U S. Brown returned yesterday from it not been for the presence of minda Candler and son, of Montgomery, accompanied -depot," concluded Mr. Minor as' he mail and he was given a preliminary fH
Sew York and: other eastern points, d bravery of young Ralph Berlin, by :Miss Hill, also Of Montgomery .! prepared to leave for the train. "You hearing before United States Commissioner $$10.00 gold. '
titer an absence of about two weeks. who heard their cries for help, ran tc I, are visiting Mrs. Candler's',: see there is no necessity for one 'Mr. John Thomas Porter. I
the end of the,wharf and jumped over mother, Mrs. Randolph, on'Perdido. Fowler, our agent, sends a clerk up It will remembered that last December -
Judge L. j. Reeves leaves this after them. Beach. I to the trains and he bills out any shipments several sacks. of mail were Grand Fireworks Display at 10 o'clock.
corning for DeFuniak and '
Springs The darkness prevented' him from Captain Daniels Partridge returned)I :: that may be sent there' by our found secreted in the stable where .
Sarianna to be absent several days. locating the Rabbi,, immediately, but, yesterday to his summer home on! patrons. .As soon as the trains leave the mail wagon and horses were
Lucian 'Minor, of Nashville, superintendent young Berlin soon got hold 'of. hin, Perdido' Beach, after-a short business''' there Is'no further use of his services kept. Tuggle denied any criminal intent Reduced rates on all railroads. Electric cars will .' t; r
of the Southern Express and swam with his rescue to the boat t trip to his home in Selma. I there and he returns to the office." I and gave: as his reason for net half hour. ll'i
Company, is in the city on one of his where all were pulled aboard. Be' Miss Louise! Wlndham,. of Mobile is' Mr. M'.nor: who was here on one of I despatching! mail: that it was raining .I i;: run every
regular' visits. yound a thorough wetting none wasthe visiting her uncle, Mr..J. T. Windham.I.),I his regular triP3 of inspection, left and that his vehicle was too small' I V
worse for the accident! Jlr. Berlin .. in Millv'ew.: .1 1 ,: II
The for.his home.at Nashville on the 11:05) to allow of carrying more. ,
fishing schooner Francis H. was the recipient of gratitude and. Miss Rosa Nelson of the navy yard, train. Judge Portefflxed the 'bond at $300 ;<
fi! the fleet of Saunters & Co.. arrived t"SLEEPY : ;; REMOVAL SALE CUT PRICES. ,'ii
congratulations on all sides. was a visitor in Millview Tuesday.Mr. I for appearance in the United States
in port yesterday with a small ; ( and Mrs. 'J. A. Fisher spent,! Court.: 1 One lot each: Hurd's Linen, Frosted' Vellum, Cutter Mills, Snow -1<.,;,
Itch: ol snappers.A To Unseat a Member. Sunday with relatives in Beulah. : : White, Irish Linen Bond, Velvet Frosted Parchment Writing, Papers 1 ,:

game of baseball has been arranged Washington, .June 22.-Under press Mr. Bruno Caro, of Myrtle'. Grove,'' SAM"i Longworths Leave London. of very fine quality; worth 50 cents and more a box, for 25 cents a :t !
for next Friday afternoon between ent arrangement the house is to vot e e was in :Millview Wednesday.Mrs. London, June 22. toe Fort Barrancas and Oriole teams. Saturday on the unanimous committee ; Fred Nelson and Mrs. "Shoals, WAS and Mrs. Longworth left London for lot Shaving Brushes, 25 cents a dozen. One lot Golf Clubs at half s :,_

The game will be played at Palmetto report unseating Representatives of the navy yard, were visiting.friends Kiel to-day. Ambassador Reid, Mrs. Spaulding's prices. 11#:;;
Beach and promises to be interEsting Wood (Democrat) of the fourth in Millview Tuesday. "- Reid; and,Miss Reid, the full staff of Coe's JBoo s"tore. t'
Missouri district in favor of (Mr,. Mr. Ed: McNair, of Pensacola, wasa OF THE HALF MILE DASH ON THE the American :embassy and many ;
Coudrey (Republican),, visitor in Millview: Monday., other friends gathered at the stationto Phone 235. 213 South Palafox Sheaf Paniiaolai 1:1:
A.v.. Mayfield, of Chicago, inspector ... _...
for Mrs. H. C. Lewis and Miss .L'bb'e KUPFRIAN PARK TRACK YESTERDAY bid i! them farewell. ::1.' <'3i= """ "" "" '''''""''' !! !! m. .It: 'f.
thdt..trlct\ for the Swift'' Pack- Reddich visited relatives in Pensacola Poolrooms Raided. .. '{
ing Company was in the city yester- Monday.Mr. AFTERNOON. Toronto, Ont.,. June .The1 police -- >>-'

day on business pertaining: to his com- and Mrs. Pratt, of this place, yesterday raided twenty poolroomsand s"
Wny.night He left for other points las. "A Hot Bird in have moved to Myrtle Grove. hand "book betting concerns in '

(Mr..'L. 0. McPherson makes re'gular "Sleepy Sam." owned by W. A. the business part of the city. Mere'fji s..suMM"ERY.mm..l: l lI.

The friends of Mrs. P. D. Hender- Cold Bottl trips from Perdido Beach to 'M'llview.; Crow carried off the honors at Kup- than 150 men were arrested. I t
A
IOn. who has been visitlnglnMusco: with his new boat. frian's Park yesterday afternoon,I .
gee, will be pleased to learn of themprovement Mr. W. B. Howard. made a trip to when ho- won easily from "Chocolate
] in the health: of her infanl Of course there are lots Millview this week and with his Drops" in a half-mile dash. THE POWER OF STEAM. $ I

daughter, and that she ,will return -. of folks that. know. what launch.' v There was a good crowd out to see I. household needs of these things.
home Sunday..' that is/" but, if you w'.nt a Mr. Wfc Crow, Mr., Chas.. Kupfr an the race, of which: there had been Many May See But 'Jt Takes Genius to ry some : *
Mr cold ;bird; with" 'no. ,suggestion and Walter Biggs went over' to Eleven much talk, and considerable money Realize. you can Buy Now, Pay Later ''ll
sccgee and (Mrs J. H. "Thompldns, ot. .of a bottle, just Mile creek Thursday evening fish. had been staked on the result Shortly When )James Watt saw the steam : ;
have the sympathy' of tbelraay drop inkier a B asg of our Ing:. They: caught:: sixteen fine trout: before 4 o'clock the horses did causing the.kettle lid to jump ,up and'
friends : : .
want ia the'death of their matchless soda, or a plate. 'Mr. J/'T.- WSndham has had his>boarepaintedb their preliminary stunts. on the track down he said, "There must be powerin I REFRIGERATORS, : .
: daughter, who "expired at -their of.. oUr'.in ::npor.able, ice I .
tame ( t land both :Appeared to be in the best that steam that it can lift such a
4h?. Thursday The: remains night we'atterashort'farwmai ill- cream.... ,. .., ;11.r. Barney! Gill passed,throughhefe of condition. weight" i PORCH, ROCKERS AND CHAIRS, I
prepared: / NU-fSUNDAE Wednesday. his. way to Perdido: The get-away was not a good one, There was.Millions .,
yesteray: and 'the funeral CHOCOLATE -
Ja'J'' occur from the family home Sufll Beach, "Sleepy Sam" being In the lead fullya prior to him had seen the PORCH SAADDS, |
: PECAN CREAM. /_," Mr. Sam Reynolds and son, of Minter length. This! lead was increased, al- same phenbnmenon. regarded It
.. Ala., have returned ,home, aftera "Chocolate Drops" him -. :
1 r ::-".- dough ran as an unexplained-mystery.- WINDOW SHADES, any size, |
Give ycur :week most pleasaatly spent OIl-Peh close, and he finished four lengths Recent scientific research has put
SundaY'desserts' fam- '
the '
ou* "B ue Ribbon Flavor" Ask for dido Beach. ahead. The, time was about .53 seconds its finger on the "cause" of Dandruff i BABY CARRIAGES and GO-CARTS, i
.
Blue Ribbon '.Lemon Vanilla. .' COFFEE,3v'i. -: :. .; Mr. Byers Douglass, .of Ganiesville, which is a good record for such Falling Hair, and consequent Baldness -
and AbSOlutely ,
"- '" :rsa,' .' Fla., has ..the position as clerk in'the a'track. and has unearthed a tiny germ
-pure, goes. twice'as" ; far. 'j i 1 Hot Biscuits and Rolls\ every company store here.. 1 Some believe that "Chocolate'Drops" which eatsthelife, ; from ,the roots of l i MOSQUITO BARR. i iI

CREW I. morning: at 5 o'clock- is the best'of the two horses, and at- human hair.Newbro's: "
NOTICE
Early-Morning Fire. tribute her defeat yesterday to her Herpicide destroys this '

ers Nether or consignees'the ;captain: the own Br The fire department'was called'ou start There is some, talk of another germ' and consequently restores the I I

& ss.''''Parkwo d'' .will be responsible this morning shortly after 2 o'clock to race' between the two, as"much Interest .- ,hair to its natural state. MARSTON & QUINA,
has been aroused. by W- A. ,D'Alemberte
East Belmont street between Da.Visand For sale -. .
tract ed by the for any-debts con. Kandy Kitchen.Cafe.. Sixth avenue. 'i' telephone message The race yesterday afternoon was druggist .and apoth ca9",- 121, South 148 Fla. .
crew Pensacola
of the said vessel. to the police 'station rewiestedthat 'tor'a purse of $500, and ittas' esti Falafox street, pr send'10c- in stamps | 108/110 S, Pplafox St. Phone .
A'
PEW- 'HOVLANP;,Master 104 S. Palafox. Phone 999 mated .that about Jl.OOO chained sample to The Herpicide Co., Detroit .i
ACOLA LUMBER CO.. I I i I the trucks/ba ent'there as one for f1/11N101 11.0t011111111111NIN1. f1111N11i/1011. ,
of the cottages.was burning, hands in addition. !QSich:

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IL fieJmP t1Itt. Jonfnal. J 1O. fOLlOW THE NORSE KING AND '; I B or. ... C DUa.s' .old.We been( know Thousands without a remedy it dirIn.al1 people over; l these'sixty have years.1 never years- v -S a


I .I, Once In the family, i itstays[ ; :
I and colds. The mote you consult your doctor
household remedy for coughs
: 1nJtwLIrij.j--I- -U1J-LLJWLj-u-t. -'.4Uuvu.'- ___ ,: -. : __"'ftfL-A. _, J: l. ; I about Aye f's.: Cherry Pectoral, the better for y ir| and thE .better for us 0F.a.r't \ ir-c.Jr

: DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. f FOOTSTEPSF[ f. QUEEN ERECROWNED I I, as welL Ask him all about it. -the- formula.b&yflGeOtW.PubiJCAeCo of>ii;"medictn.' .'. ,' 1.0..11._)148..* I'--A oc2 / "


PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY .,.- I --i"
of-Mch I l'
required by law, a <|opy is .-. 7 i! I" ;
...8Y... ITHEJOURNALCOMPANYS advertisements % ,-.f '_ ..,., I
T Legal as follows: ; r

I BRYANj N ., We, MARION CURRY, J. R. OUTLAW & '. '
IS HEREBY: GIVEN. that '
; NOTICE and CLINTON GRIFMN do .
,* ruxtutnAaAAfuv\nAaAnjxnjuui u-tfyu-L-i-j-i- -rjinrjajannrmn.Trtj-umnruaj uuuui n nr-iuaanr r -- -. -' t on the'7th day of July, A. D., 1906, application -hereby .made application for letters A"f / / 7AJ' -
will be made by A. A. ERIC- incorporating us and our asso- J
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FRANK. .L.- MAYES, Prsldent'and, General Manager.uxruinnjnjTjnnnjxnju : (Continued from First Page) SON, E. C. MELVIN; D. A FRANK ciates in accordance with the laws of is

wu.uJ-- rn..A tnJ-j--r'' uwru _t njuuuwwi Gilchrist! Hot Ready Just Yet to R. RICHARD.' ; A. :ELLASBTJRG and, the State Florida, ufcder the following -
J sovereign: of orway. He :was JOHN C.: AVERY, to'the Governor of 04

. MEMBER THE, 'AssociATED. PRESS. Talk of His Gubernatorial' sent by his father England in his the State of Florida, for a charter Incorporating charter: corporation- Is
chIldhood and there he becamj a con L The name of,tk\3
of
them under the style
---- -
-'r Uuju --L J1 J JJJrj.j jjjjjjuut .COMPANY, and
vert to faith baptized :MARIONCURRY
1 the and. was
POW- UnfortnateWate
SHORE LINE&
: SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Aspirations. ; Upon his return :to Norway and his PENSACOLA charter for its principal l. place 1>business; is the
ER COMPANY under a
.&accession to hIs father's throne he : City of'Pensacola, Escambia County,
One .$500 One Month.*...... *5 did not dare\o immediately attack which application has been filed as required State. of Florida.! {

:. Six Mouths............... 2 50 One Week. II() The following! interesting interview the ancient Asa:.faith which had' 'so ; by law a copy of which is as ne general nature of the busl-

Three Months..... ...,!... 1 25 Wwkjr Edition. per year..*! Ot with Gen. Albert :W. qichrist.appear! any fanatical ;adhersnts am ng his follows: ress 2i to be transactedby. the said: cor-
__ ed in a recent Issue of- T&9.. Tampa for 1. The name of the corporafoJ.shall .
$ulftn.nJ-uvu-uU, closets friends so 'he temporized roration is the carrying on, at Pen Miste
Herald. The scribe first asked! Mr. some sixteen more until he fee PENS.'COll.o'SHORE LINE of the business
elsewhere
The Only Pensacola From Which a Detailed years or sacola and
',' Newspaper Gilchrist ,If he had ;anything .to,,say had won:such unbounded popularity & POWER COMPANY, and its principal -cf wholesale and 'retail dealer ingrain 'q J Visitors for

,f{: Circulation Statement Can Be Secured relative to the possibility of,becominga as seem to warrant his taking place of 'business Pensacola, hay and feed stuffs, the 'operation de.

t WJU candidate for' governor to. which steps toward th-3 realization of the Florida. of elevators audi! grist mills, the <.J Table alost set.
JJ rJflflJWJVL
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,General Gilchrist: replied: < .' Pish nearest his heart-the Christian- 2: The, general nature of the business receipt and sale ot ood& upon consignment q Kitty stubs her toe
Offices1 108 and 110 Eut Papers on Saleon Trains "For some time past I have beenwatchln'g zation Of his people. Hebegatl well shall be to build, own and operate and commissions and the
I the tactics of William Jennings but hdi.. not possess the cruelty of 'a, railroad by steam, electricity or I doing of all things necessary .or convenient q Smash!
:; Government. Phone 38. and at all New* Stands. Bryan,. who,is now in the.ea5t. zeal that -was necessary for the accomplishment other power; ; for the carriage of freight to the businesses' aforesaid g J Mistress ke trying

'{.' _-_-1ru--- _- r---A_ ----.L.J.M( When he gets back,, he will no, doubt of such a task In that and passengers in the County of Es- 3. The amount ofi! capital stock frame-up her for 2nc to I
.... have something te say.in'regard, to the age so he only succeeded in opening cambia' State of Florida; said railroadto authorized is Ten Thousand: Dollars

; .PlENBACOLH. FLORIDA, SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 23,.1906 presidency.' WUhin a few weeks, as too way" for,his more vigorous successor 'extend from the City of Pensacola, ($10,000.00), to be divided into one china sr when she recollects i is
<; \ soon as I can get business .matters Olaf,Tryggvesson who introduced In a Northwesterly direction' to the hundred (100)) shares of the par one of ou
sufficiently settled, J .wiil: leave on. an he fire and sword into the fight with Alabama State Line and to be about i value of One Hundred Dollars! STOCK PATTERiNS
: Pure Food Law :;: the1y ire concerned of a public minis- extended trip, and I ,will cover practically -a;/gr-at 'measure of success. But fifty (&0) miles in length; and to supp'.yf! (100.00) .each, all of'which is to be OPE

i tration of this'character,' but it is ..the same territory that Mr. even he failed to completely 'eradicate electric light and, power for general paid for in cash. 'I j q| Hurries Kitty here,and, of courje,

Is Badly Needed, none the less true that our people! Bryan has gone :river, and when return paganism from the national use. 4. The term ,fir ,which the said we can give her duplicates the
: should provide enlarged and improved vety likely'I will have somethingto heart and it 'Was only after his suc- 3. The" amount of capital stock, corporation shall exijt is the period o
food bill which she la
The over congress -
"c pure facilities for of th indi- pieces broke twenty minutej
taking care In to that shall be One Thousand Dollars
I say regard pointed question essor, by his wife, and more particularly of ninety-nine ((99) sears.
I 3sf has wrangled so long, is, unquestionably -I dent and helpless sick. It woula: be you asked' me" by his death had appealed. (J1000.00), divided into one hundred! they are washed and on the table.
of
the
business
corporation
.; one of the best measures I the right thing for a large number "Who do you think would make a he ready imagination! of th>3 Norsemen (100) shares of Ten Dollars (10.00' 5. is The to be conducted by a. President QThed yksavedl I
of our citizens of sufficient means to suItablespeaker of the next house?" that became each, 'payable in lawful of the! ,
,'> for the benefit of the people that Christianity really money a Vice President and a Secretary -. .9 Su'a special order Lad to go to Eo
I make continued and permanent subscriptions "You reporters 'are. evidently endeavoring the established religion of the coua- United States. | and mL had
for
irt
i has eyer been brought before the add Treasurer, and a Boar 1 of mathg > >s ,
. I of so much per annum- to bet meinto a trap. There try. This"great missionary was King 4.. The said corporation shall exist elected at four te for item?
to ha
three ((3)) Directors! ,
national legislative and the fact moe
body that monts
J whatever they can afford-so : I o
that avowed Olaf Haroldson afterwardcanonized
are several good men are who was ninety-nine. (99) .years. { annual of the
-, that, it has met with so much oppo.I I I I the institution would 'be placed on an aspirants: Any of 'the n would look as St. Olaf and! over whose 5. The business of the Company. Is' the corporation regular, to be hId peelings on the .first JTh-alisobviouz.

1- sitlon on the part of manufacturers is efficient' and permanent basis. Tits after the destines 'of' the next house sacred remains the great cathedral in to be conducted by a President. a Vice- Wednesday in January of each year.

g: !evidence, in itself, that ctelsterious: is a subject which flas received fre it In' excellent shape." Trondhjem arose. This cathedral is President 'and a Secretary and Treas. ? Until th,3 first election, the officers
quent but desultory attention and ."The county division. fight In DeSoto the proudest historical monument in urer, and.a Board of sixJ6) Directors. who are to conduct !the business of eeeiii
goods have been and are being foist
Is to be hoped it will now be taken
r '
was' Norway and the finest church in all elected annually
The'Directors'shall
county, a warm .'one,. was It be the corporation shaUl be. Marion
ed a long public. The up.and handled in the concrete. The [
suffering stockholders.1!
upon .
not? Scandinavia. St. Olaf was killed at -at a meeting of the i Curry, President: J. fL Outlaw, Vice W7 SOUTH PAOX SEE
,,' Jacksonville Metropolis la one amcng successful inauguration and maintenance "Yes, it. was quite Interesting at the religious battle of Stiklestad on the first Tuesday in 'January of' President and Clinton Grin, Secretary PENSACOLAUNIVERSITY
I J<:: iLany prominent newspapers that favor of such an institution as a sufficient times,'but the matter has been settledat 1030 and his. son..and"-successor 'Mag' each year, ind'the dir ctors so elected and Treasurer jwhach three Individuals -

f.;, the measure and In a recent iskue .- the credit hospital but would to the be substantial not only advantage to 5 last. Adrian P. Jordan, the divl &us the Good brought his body to shall elect on the same day a 'President shall, constitute :the Boardof ..." ',.'' ,
j sion candidate, was defeated by Judge Trondhjem and placed it in a. magnificent a Vlc -President and a Secretary 'Directors. r.
had the following to the of the city.
( say upon Hooker by 150 votes, and hence the sarcophagus the high altar and, Treasurer. Until the first election 6. The highest amount of indebtedness -
: subject: One of the most crying needs of county will remain one. ana united as of St Clement's church where it became John C. Avery shall be President, ;; or liability to\\ which the corporation -

Every consumer, except manufacturers the city of Pensacola is a hospital former;)." an object of devout pilgrimages A. A. Eri son shall be Vice-President, can at any ImO, subject itself '

.'. and congressmen, seems to, where,the poor can be cared for and "What Is your opinion in regard to from: all over the 'countrr. Eventual- and E. C. 'Melvin shall be Secretary I is One HundredThousand? Dollars
J' want the pure' food bill enacted Into i cases treated. Some time a cross country railroad 1 ly the cathedral aaa' some fifteen or and Treasurer, and these persons together (100000.00. I
emergency -I
law. The Metropolis has ever favored .I I "I think that it would be a finje twenty other churches were built with D. A. Frank, R. Richard: 7. The names ant residences of OF NORTH CAROLINA
p ,such a law from-the fact that we sinc-e. the suggestion was made that thing as it w6uld.b the means of upon the strength of the faith he had and A. Eliasburg, shall constitute the the subscribers, and.I I the amount of -

!;;: believe its for the benefit of the peo. wards provided_ in the :new city opening np a lot of-undeveloped tern created and even in Protestant Nor- Board of(Directors. stock subscribed for py each, are as 1789-1906

pie, and that they should 'be protect I building for this purpose, but beyaud tory. I hope that' the East Coast sys way t -day.his name is revered aboveall 6. The highest amount of indebtedness follows; i I' Head of the State's Educational Sv&

t- ed by law from adulterated and impure the suggestion, nothing was accom: tern or some other company will go others. In 1151 Trondhjem was ; or liability to which the corpora :Marion Curry, Val osta, Georgia, ter.DEPARTMENTS.

:;. foodstuffs. The consumers plished. Isn't it about. time that ahead with the project. :I am sure erected into an: archbishopric and a i tfon.an. at any time subject itself, tai .70 shares. I .
: might live longer and enjoy life more i the: people throughout the state would ne-w' impulse was given to ecclesiastical -i Fifty Thousand Dollars (50000.00).. J: R. Outlaw, .Vatdosta, Georgia:. 10 "
:': were they to eat that'which is good! something tangible was done. to thts give it hearty encouragement" bidlding 'entenpnzes.. At this 7.,' The names and residences of the s h'. |r Collegiate, %" Engineering,

t' and healthy. I end! ''''!hat is your'opinion.about Tampa tl: me the great '',Archbishop Eystein, subscribers,'and theamount of stock Clinton Griffin, Pensacqla, Florida, Graduate, Law,
We fully agree with:the New- York I '- and property'Ya1uei'InthIelty: ?" the third of Trondhjam. quarrelledwith subscribed' for by each, are as follows: 20 shares. I Medicine, Phamacy

? Tribune that the :pure food bill should' 'rue last 'issue of the North & "Tampa, :I think, .Is a' great town, the king and fled to gland L A. A. Ericson, Selma, Alabama, -15 I] '(Sgd.) TSARION' CURRY,
;;: be entitled a bill to "promote common South, devoted to the Florida' and and it is growing at :phenomenal rate. where he remained for three, years. shares...,- ." J, R. oUTLAW, Library contains 43,000 volumes XVIwaterork

.' honesty." Ingenious arguments can I, Alabama Gulf Coast,'is a very creditable Parties who in est In Tampa :propertyat He returned_full Of religious zeal and 3 John. C. Avery,. ,Pensacola v Florida, .CUNTpN .GRIFFIN. electric' 1igbtc'L-
doubtless be made to establish the I number. The cover is a particu- this time are.s re.to'ma e'a big ambitious plans|for his own"natl nal 15' shares. -:- heating system. New

;;- paradox that in food products appeal-! larly fine piece of work' one section, thing out of it. I own several, tractson capital and during'the next feV.yearshe E.,4C; Melvin Selma, Alabama, 15 Personally :before tue undersigned dormitories, gymnasiuni.

ance is more important than reality.I represe Ung'strawberry vines in .the outsklrts-Ofthe-clty. .and I am built the Went transept ,of 'the shares. .-. .:' .appeared Marion Curry J'.. R. Outlaw Y. 1 C. A. building.

1f that the consumer really thrives not blossom and 'fruit'and printed in :the greatly pleased 'with jay.purchases.1 cathedral a graceful central tower, D,} -'Frank.. Selma. :Alabama. 5 and din ton.Griffin, known to me'to 682 STUDENTS. 74 IN FACULTY
t.: on what he eats, but on what .he. natural colors being one of the most the Chapter'.Hoitee, all 'in the style of shares, ." '._ 1 be the individuals described and acknowldged The term be'gms'

t: thinks he ea.ts.I"But no free American artistic samples' of the :printer's art ftfH; the late "RomanSsquat: period. His R.:. 'Richard, Selma, Alabama, 151 f the foregoing to be their Sept Fn, 1906. Address,
: citizen can consent to the theory that has ever come under our obser is successor..tlns Jl! the magnificent .shareS-' signatures and that tjie" foregoing! is

t: that a food adulterator, however :vation.. *- AN AWAKENING OF- it- cfcpir and the,octagonal apse that covered 'A. jHiasburg, Selma, Alabama, 35 their act ana1 deed fo>. the uses and FRANCIS. P. VAL Pr5i'L-

benevolent, shall be intrusted with q 'puauccoNsc1ENE.: the.relicjSt.: ; Olaf, and from shar J.. j -. ",- >', purposes therein stated. Capel mI. : .
.
b unlimited powers to play upon his 1' >>HHfl'I -- .-- that. time the building grew throughall H.(Signed) A., 'A. ERICSON. IN WITNESS' WHKREOF, I have
'of 'eiuberent
dige&ive organs and ,his Imagina. Tampa Herald. sorts imaginings (Signed)' JNO. C. AVERY, hereunto set my fcandjand I affixed my
; tion. BRYAN which le# upon it traces of the splendor official seal this 1st 'day of June A- to be held in the City of Pen ,
He <
: may not know what Is good *,. .FAVORED $ .3 (Signed) E. C. MELVIN, '
1; for him. But he is determined to I : STANDARD OIL. 11I : H 'i of 1 the'early Gothic period mingled : .(Signed) D.-JL: FRANK, D., 1906. } 03 the third Wednesday of Jnl' ''

"<' learn and decide for himself. and _. with the classical RomanesqueIn SJgned( ) R. RICHARD, .B.. RviSURGOYNE each yea. Until the first elect .m j
when he buys an article of food or!1 I I I 'Savannah"News.0I t such manner as to create a (Signed) A. ELIk BURG, (SEAL) I j Notary Public. officers of the corporation sh .. :,

,. drink he does not want .to be-.de : The investigations that have recently monument of,absolute beajaty. It.has :My commission expired Oct. 17, 1908. W T. Bid well, President; J- '

t frauded In name,:(iPrke. or quality. :He unsarthea'! practices on the part.o' been repeatedly damaged by fire and STATE OF FLORIDA. caw-4w. :'j i' Brandon, Vice-President and (..". '.
g is entitled to know the best'or worst the great corporations are but the the elements butf is now in the handsof COUNTY OF ESCAMBIA. An Ordinance to amend'Section (322) Manager; John Massey, Seer(.f: .1'i ;

t He Is right, preferring to take his Js it a. fact that the Standard Oil natural outcome 'cf' the awakening of devoutly careful restorers. The Personally !before the undersigned Three Hundred ,and Twenty Two Treasurer; and the said named olr -'
sustenance unchemicalized .and the national .conscience.. They are great central towW with its four corner constitute tie Board ut D.) L-
p: unem-: Company favors lhe nomination of appeared A. A. Ericson, John C. Avery, shall .
1. talmed, without benefit "of clergy or Mr. Bryan for president, :A Cleveland not the result of the actions of anyone I turrets was not completed until each'of whom acknowledged his signature Notice of. Intention to; Apply for Let tors.
L.:. thaumaturgy. Set beside the plaint ,.O., dispatch:says'that Virgil P. man or set of men. The people 11101, and it Is matter of great.re- to the foregoing Instrument and ters Patent. Article 6.
moral issue raised ''by the pure foca Kline, the personal attorney of JohnD. are the ones who hate'caused the in! gret to the Norwegians that the other that the'same is his act and deed. Notice is hereby :given that the undersigned The highest amount of md-i :i.

agitators, all the arguments made by (Rockefeller,'states that he is for vestigations. The 'desire: for a clean I restorations have, not been completed. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have will' apply! tb the Governorof ness or liability to which ibis co: p> ,-a-
the manufacturer of sophistications Mr. Bryan for president and feels administration of affairs and the cur I in time for to-day's ceremonies. Indeed hereunto .Set my'hand and affixed my; Florida, at Tallahasgee, on the 5th tion can at any time subject :'-f t

-: are mere casultry. Every con .um- coBftatent .that the democratic party ing of special privileges that have it will be decades before the official seal, this 4th day of June, A. day of 'July, A. D., 1J06, or as soon shall be the sum of Five Thou-anl 1
:: er's personal rights are abused br will nominate him. He not only believes been: allowed the corporations. has restoration Is completed but the work D., 1906. thereafter as the'sa may be heard ($5000) Dollars.
caused the investigations.! I goes steadily: on, a fund of 100,000 for Letters Patent Incorporating( the "
the deceptions in food sales practiced he will be.nominated, but that ('Signed) E.. R. BURGOYNE, Article .
uron: him. The congressman who,opposes be' will be'.elected,. In the course of The result will be ,reform .President -! Kroner per annum 'being provided ,by (Seal) Notary Public. Pensacola Electric Company in accordance The names and rrsienCi'f: ha

or delays the passage of a'measure an Interview he rs'quoted -as saying: ''Roosevelt nor no .one official can the state. My commission? expires Oct. 17, 1808. with the laws1'of! Florida, Under subscribers for stock in !ihN coipira-)
r enforcing these rights is.. an accomplice ryan..and conservatism have been bring about a reform.. 'There must' No iRoyal Palace. the following proposed Charter- tion, and the amounts of :lockuu-
be a. realization the need of reform There is no royal palace In Trondhjem the original of which is" now file In
In them on
denying and will made respectabl: 'by the present occupant STATE OF ALABAMA, scribed by each, are as follow-: :
be held to a strict accounting for his of the White House.". on the part of the great masses and during,:ihe coronation festivities COUNTY OF DALLAS: te officeof the Secretary' of State of W. T. Bidwell, Pensacola, Flor.'iTwentynine ; : ,
r delinquency in any seH-respecting :Mr.: Kline-was 'a silver man, but be- of the :people. "Let the'people of this the ,royal family will use the .Personally before the undersigned the ''State of- 'Florida. 1 (29) shares.

.:. constituency. came a gold democrat, and voted for country once tiecoma. thoroughly residences of the Stiftsamtmand, the appeared A. Eliasburg, D. A. Frank, R. W. T. BIDWELL Jackson Brandon, Pensacola, F':'>r.-;
Governor of the.Province.. This
to the. need'ot reform .
aroused and lACKSONBRANDON!
Mr. (McKinley. The interpretationput ,
Seventeen
Richard and E. C. Melvin, da, (17) share
A: good idea of the magnitude of upon his announcement of his all the money of the corporations and stands in the center of the city near 1 whom acknowledged his signature aC'h.ofl, JNp;. MASSEY. John Massey, Pensacoa: F. LIa

::1 the packing house business can 'be purpose to support'Mr. Bryan is .tha the politics of the party machine' the great Market Place where the the. fore 6 !ng instrument and that the Proposed _Charter of the Pensacola Four (4) shares.Signed .
In the;event of- ,the .nomination of could not stay the ilk A wave o f people gatherdail7 in a picturesque : Electric I Company."Article .
1 formed from the statistics same is his act and deed. :
recently President Roosevelt in 1908 Mr. reform that would be;felt in every throng to buy aid sell the produce.of 'laThe EIDWELI.,
W. T.
compiled in Washington. section the country ante fjord. The town] IN WITNESS WHEREOF' I have -
According Rockefeller! ,and the Standard'on] of America would result : namq of''thisfco/poration shall JACKSON BRANDON,
hereunt hand and affixed
to the figures given the total exportsof crowd would be against the latter History of reforms says that they In ordinary tubes .is really ,little 1 seal;set this my 5th of June A.myt D. 1: be "the Pensacola Electric Company;" JNO. MASSEY.
official
day ,
meat and meat products for the It is evident that Mr. Roosevelt are the result of the awakening of more than a fishing village althoughit 1906. its business shall be 'conducted in the

eleven months ending May: 31 amounted radicalism has.had a disturbing effect the rever public been conscience.a time that There there were has The doss chief contain Industry 38,000 of the place Inhabitants.is .salmon (Signed) R. P. ANDERSON, I State the of United Florida 5tatei'of and ii other Statesof State of Florida
upon the head l of the Standard Oi America
Escambia
Seal County.
Public.
: to $180,000,000. Company not radical cries of reform. Every fishing and salnton is the 'principal ; ( ) ? Notary wherever iHjj
,-
desirable
commission 1901.' necessary and Before me, a notary publi'for ir
My expires :August,
article of food in the provInce.
(If: !Mr. Rockefeller thinks Mr. (Bryan agitator and politician' that' bobs up its principal place,of.buSiness shall be the State of Florida, person
has decided to let up in his fight on raises the cry the firt thing. They Although the salmon is pro&ably the. in the- cUr-of nsacolr! Florida. W. T. Bidwell, Jack-on ;.
peared
:< The Question of a trusts and the money power he i is. believe it will jjrove...popular. Reform finest in the world the least particular STATE.OF FLORIDA! Article 2.j i don and John Massey, to

: greatly mistaken. No doubt Mr. of imaginetf evils is often sough traveler is liable to lose his ap COUNTY OF ESCAMBIA. The general'nalurecf the business known to be the individuals I..:. ,
City Hospital. Bryan has modified his views on by the petty politicians' and the dan petita for it since he gets it for break- Personally before the undersigned to be transacted: by-s4id corporation ed In and who executed the in -

The question of providing adequate I som questions, particularly that of g=rouSo agitators. Th& cry that reform -fast, lunch, dinner, and supper and appeared A. A. Ericson John C. Avery,. shall ba the dongof_ eljectric and ma- Articles of Incorporation and -, \

facilities for the care of the indigent silver. It ih probable that he think' is needed all the time is not betweenmeals irhe should happen i who being sworn says each for himself, chine worlj of ,air: Irfnijs, the buying ''ly acknowledged before me 'hi ,
the /silver question belongs to the! heeded by the masses. When, how to be hungry.lfhe town where that it is intended in good faith to'' and selling :of electricsupplies and
and for the
; thereof uses PM
sick is a matter in which PensacolaIs hugs the shore"of the Fiord is mos
the conservative elements of ton
maintain the
and
past &3 do the questions which gave ever construct' operate light machinery-ojf. all inds. the buy .
particularly interested, and the following rise to the Civil War, but he is as the masses of the citizens of' any picturesque- It ,'is. built almost '!entirely railroad.mentioned: in the within proposed Ing and selling -of 5nca; other goods, In Witness eXrese Whereof. I h
: from The Tampa Times, relative firmly convinced as ever he was that]I country rallize that a change is' needed of. wood and the prevailingcobra charter. waxes and rchandis. of every description unto set my hand'and affixed 1':
the money changers shouldn't ''be changed conditions result. There are' red and green. The streets (Signed) A. A. ERICSON, the I'.
as
of the question will prove of interest permltted 1 but ; Board of Directorsmay seal this 31st day of May- \ .
to rule the country. He has I Ii no time lost. however, are unbeautifully wide (Signed) JNO. C. AVERY, determine; ,. and tog doing of all cal .
i _: made that clear in the little he haA The recent developments have been this diminishes the danger of fire .Sworn,to and subscribed before me,, work and the lerciajrof all powersas (Seal R. QUIX \,
L It would seem as if the legislature said about conditions in this country: brought about by a restlessness on which periodically breaks out among this 4th day of June. A. D.. 1906. may be nqcessary,;Jncideg.tal: or "pI Notary' Pi.. r

of Louisiana is acting with parsimony I since! he has .been ,aforoaa; and it is: the part of the 1>eop\e' It was realIzed the pinewood .dwellings. The wide; -. Signed: ) E. R. BURGOYNE. convenient: io the purposes; or businesses My. commission expires Janu", '
declining to make. provision tot to that there was ,something streets open to view wouderful vistasof Public.STATEOF 1.
I kept the front in The Commoner wrong (Seal)., .. Notary of th corporation.Article 1908. -
% additions to the Charity hospital in the paper of which he Is the editor. : somewhere. It took the officials! to the rock bound Fjord! and the beautiful 3.-

t- New Orleans. It has always from: Mr. Rockefeller was a good Republican -: find the trouble:", An awakening hills that' lie behind the 'city. ALABAMA: The capital stock off this
to 1.000 under its the When the great Fjord is full of .gaily corpora- lta/! Wolf Hunter.
too patients public conscience-will the
re
< care and, it is probable, was a lIberal bj COUNTY-OF DALLAS.! tion shall Te 'Five Thousand
t. end during: the past seventy-three contributor to the Republican campaign .' suit The party'Jhat an' promise /de-cked ships and pleasure! yachts, 'before the undersigned Dollars $5000) ] A modem a hunt'1" 1:
Personally to"be'd1ytde4jito! fifty shares Nirod
': years has treated more than half a fund as long as that party per and cause the voters' to' .believe' that when the city is shade by flying and; appealed A. Kiasburg D. A. Frank, E.I of.one, hundred dellaraeach.. ; All of the old school, h died in 1 I' ". .

:'. mm persons., Besides this magnificent mitted him and, his. trust to do as it they will bring'aljout' changed con flags and brilliant decorations,. < C; Melvin and R. Richard, who being[said stock shall 'be' pafd for in cash For half a he nwdthunting .:
t' record( it has glven-suitable pleased but just as:soon as the president ditions.. will 'be 'the 'successful' party: when the people are all abroad in sworn says each for himself that it is I at parr subject Co the ca$ of the Board cent kept ..l-
i counsel, assistance and medical relief began hIs -war ,on railway rebates in the coming :electl s: When a their quaint and brightly colored costumes of Directors a whch
Intended In good faith to construct,! csi Pt' that Fourteen i
H
about among in comfort and left
to 20,000 "outdoor" people within and'"discriminations he had change needed, there are men who moving happily ; ; a margin
no Hundred
maintain and the railroad Dollar! of aId
.. operate : :stock be
the This Is testimonial do not allow their party "prejoa'sce uniformed princes, soldiers and .officials may Wherever there awol
past year. a further 'use lot iU': And he ;would mentioned in the within proposed I paJ.j.fOr In the! personal property belonging "rainy day. -
!: to the liberality of the people of New have nO"'use- for Mr; Bryan as presi. and-partly loyaltyto to.ieep>them from and distinguished visitors the charter: to the Penaacola Electric to be destroyed Luca Ch-a- .
Orleans which is unparalleled in' theJ' casting their ballots for the me'n'bo scene will indeed be worth the long ,
dent if-hls-'trust-was-not-permitted '
to :
(Signed) A. ELUSBURG, Company, :which.As now jointly 'owned called in and manyH'r.-;
ecuntry. The legislature should Dave violate the laws In the. carrying out will, give them. what they want and: voyage that must be made up throughthe by said. 'wa J
(Signed) D. A. FRANK, incorporitors; a'n'd the value of ;
: r encounters and man:
: north sea :to Trondhjem. savage
provided at least the for the need.
: : money of its chemes.Mr. "
money getting : -- which '
(Signed) E. C. MELVIN, said personali.ppjperty.} ; : is hereby '. :-
J'' additional buildings made necessary ; .. Bryan 1 11't .asking any favorsof Sgned) RICHARD, agreed Jby and between: said incorporators .scars left upon his body a- .
by the increasing demand for room, the Standard.OH Company. If has '\ BAYMAN WAS INJURED ON $100 REWARDA .Sworn to and subscribed before me i,!,i to be Ffturteea!'Hundred Dol nesses His left hand showed: ;_
and it would have been to the credit a candia&te for the Democratic' STEAM iOinStANIAN this 5th day of June A. D.. 1906. | lars. : marks of some terrible sued -'d ".

!tit of the state'-had it done much more. nomination for president- will no Henry Miller, a bayman. was. badly reward of $100 will be given for .', (Signed) R. P. ANDERSON, I 4t-t1cl4.p executing a royal rip -. n

l':- This may be an appropriate occasion expect the Standard Oil Company to injured on' the British steamer the capture ol Jaqe Haney, escaped ;Seal*:. Notary Public. The term for which thfs' corporationshall i the : :"
:: to speak of the absence of any* lend him a helping hand. If he Loulsianian, which IS: taking a cargo from convict camp. Description: 5 9juneoaw4w. cat\ fhalr'fce Ninety Nine present king's gra p :

r.. thing of 'a similar klna'. In this city I I should nominated. he would rather of lumber an-a' tlm'bet"in.the. bay,.yesterday feet ? inches; 130 pounds; medium I years from the dat6 of :the' Letters(99) ther, the Victor .Emmanuel I' !11'itor

t It,is true we have the beginning of a have opposition than the support afternoon, by .beIng struck In build; age 21; carriage erect; brown NOTICE' ?S HEREBY Glthat..I Patent, ; | so long since 'a 1875 It.> "

fpublic hospital for the poor and distressed of Mr., Rockefeller and his great the stomach by a ""wire rope.. eyes, black hair; complexion black; on the 2nd day,of July, 1906, application Article,. to capture the : "
: but it Is on so small a scale trust Therefore it Isn't a matter of A stick of timber 'was being hoisted medium forehead medium ears round f' '
; ; will be made by Marion. Curry, The officers of this corporation shan .aliye, and he closed with it *
: that it reflects no 'credit on the community cinch consequence to the Democratic! aboard, when the wire rope .broke nose; medium mouth; good teeth; J. R.::. Outlaw and Clinton Griffin, to be a President,., Yicereident and but the wolf h? "
I got
: and is totally inadequate party or Mr,. Bryan whether Mr. and one end struck .the barman Inflicting round chin; short neck; square shoulders the GoVernor,: of the .State of Florida, General Msna'ger, a. Secretary and pJs" i:,-
i : i the,demands of the pressing situation. Rockefeller _.wouldn't support .Mr an injury whjch: is not .only ; length of feet 10 inches; vaccination -for a charter Incorporating them Under Treasurer, and, Board'.of (3)] it jaws and tore it so :
If.. It Is true that the voluntary enterprjses'of Roosevelt 'agal or not Indeed his painful but very dangerous. He was scar on left arm. the style of MARION CURIIYXYMP'ANY Directors.- -. '! tee ously with the maimer :

I: : alarg& section of our .classified support would harm rather than, help taken to his horn on: "West Wright, YARN BROTHERS CAMP. under a charter for Said officers shall be Elected at the still btween' the animal's teeth &

7': J Copulation takes the place'so far as the candidate that had..It. street in the patrol wagon .: Cantonment which application has been filed as annual m -etin$- '0{ said! corporation had 6oot i with his rzhtI"


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THE SWEET GIRL GRADUATE.
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w > o of you can tell me wfcat should be done?

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/ 1 '. I AND WHILE SHE THUS WINS SWEET, SWEET RENOWN "Give farmers a better show."
4, 'SHE WONDERS HOW FOLKS LIKE HER GOWN. "
"We want more honest men In offlce. '
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.') Not An Earthquake."When The above were among the remedies

ts' ,1L- \I: suggested and, turning to an old man
THREE \ they began having the earth who had said nothing, I queried;

I quake shocks in Italy In March," said the "Well, uncle, what;do you think should
KIND-A tGOK old farmer, "my old woman began to be done!"
YOV ; OATS' A: PltTOR worry. She was BO afraid that a quake
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'L7NClEIS COUP He thought over. ; a long as
A. OF nY would come and tear down the
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IN,,NEPHEWS 6RORfER.j be fingered venerable
: dII. house that she couldn't sleep nights.
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When Vesuvius bulled out she grew "Well, sir, I believe! the people of America 44
o' worse" and. when, that California earth- should rise up la their majesty and
r.K quake came along It'was all I could do to
c.-.._.., iIF make Joe Harper Keep that pesky red -
\,... -,, hold her. 'She was dealt sure that we bull of his shut all the "Gentlemen, yon know; that
:.-..-.. EWiA %ci4l up year round, .
--" ... : f were tn',fpI a grand! smashnp;; and I kept JOE KERR. thing are radically; wrong!" .
r the papers/'away from her as much as I '
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know what sort of reading It was By rv Hf
fend by a man dressed as a mechanic goton N 2
and passing the young man brushed fi fil
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it he explained:
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'Scuse me, mister, but mebbe I've had lit
1 glass of beer too much." RUtr Willie Well I advised him, a montb'ago,.to back out then If he ever wanted to.

"We'll call It Ignorance and excuse l iY I IA I -v.::: .
fou," replied the young man. ; .

"Thanks. Yes, it's Ignorance, and this HE WAS LEFT; OUT.We "I grabbed him and ran him out j
seems a good chance to pick up a few (
pointers. You must know about every. of doors. r )
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thing worth knowing, and I wish you'dtell were going up to Albany.one- Monday _
In a fit on the door, and Bill
me the meaning of the word 'amphi- morning, and at a small town' the woman
pod a'." train picked up a passenger; 'who'" was', Jones, son of a neighbor, standing there MANLY CAUTION. .
The young man turned away with a 4J.LJ easily identified as a member of the'legis with a newspaper in his hand. He had -
shrug, but the other continued: Myrtle-Would you marry a girl who had Just been graduated Adrian? ;
lature. After he had got seated the been reading that some one predicted an I
"If it's too much for yon then tell me Adrian-I don't inow. Because a girl's essay shows that she could run the
what 'iDchoatitlon means." Colonel went over and dropped into the earthquake for Nassau county. When he is
country no sign !that she could run a home. >
All the passengers were looking and seat beside him and started a conversation. told me so I grabbed him and ran him
listening, and the young man began to After a little he asked: out doors and then mopped the earth with 1 1h
tarn red in the face.
"Seen the New York city "papers this his carcass While thus engaged, the old
"Can't tackle It. eh? Well, I'll give young man lath -rtjlume of .
yon some easy ones. Tell us what nym-- morning?" woman recovered and came to the door .

and pholepsy,' phenogamian" ,' 'pllcidentlne' Shakespeare.The .. "No, I haven't Any big news?" and yelled out: j
The'rubricity1 mean. "One of them comes boldly- out and 'Oh; Samuel, the earthquake has come!
young man blushed still harder and young man had only half the
closed the book and rose up, and the length of the'car to'walk"ta off and charges the legislature with having: sold Don't you. feel the ground shaking
other laughed and eald: drop itself for cash." 'Yes; I'doj'; says I. 'I'm shaking It
"\> I am a very ignorant man, and get away from'the"glgges"of"the passengers -" with Bill Jones, and III end by driving
I was in hopes you could tell me the but the distance Deemed .to him to "Does it mention any names? asked him headfirst.down to China!'
meaning of 'sternutatory' 'symphyseoto- be a mile and.a half and the time consumed the solon, as he hitched around uneasily "It' took her about five whines to recover -
my'hare and a headache'toxophtlite today, but I as will you. seem let you to at leflst I half an hour, "No but when it says the wholebody! ; Y from the 'shock' and it took Bill
off." JOB KERB. that's enough, isn't It?" 6 I Jones about three.weeks, and there hasn'tbeen
"What bill does It say that we sold 1 ,any* 'more earthquake talk aroundour
house since. Even should a shock
out on? come I don't believe the old woman
"The recount bilL" would do anything more than start to
I $L i2 sd. "H'mi Well the paper Is 'mistaken, elugiog a gospel h1mD.10E KEHR.
s = and if it. had mentioned my name,' I,
should have brought a libel 'suit" Easily Identified as a member

QaI "So you didn't didn't-f < .of the legislature Father-See here! You told me yon y

1 L! l.JQd "Sell out you mean? No, sir .I 'was were:at the head of your class and I
home'sick for a week before and.a 'week 4 Yoo weren't there," finished the Colonel found you're at the foot

after that bill passed. So 'money"was. : ""Some men never do have any Bobby- -whyt mebbe the teacher
luck." counts'from:the wrong end!
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!'AGE SIX THE PEN SAC 0 LA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING I JUNE23, 190 IS
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I: Every Advertisf'-QJent in The$e C /umnfJ,. Read by



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-- -r- $1200 FOR $1000worth "I REAL -ESTAT :time' You \IJ J I --- 1 --


"OUR DOUBTS ARE TRAITORS, .
AND MAKE US LOSE THE GOOD'WE'OFT* MIGHT'DO of .property. On East Cervantes Latest
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', near Bayou Texar where lots are, Estate City Maps
BY Real
FEARING TO ATTEMPT.
selling! for $300 .and up, 4 lots facing -

south, overlooking bay and bayou. A BARGAINS
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There's the trouble' with many '"a man to-day-"afrald beautiful home' site."PROPDSilTllON t .Fot Sale? ,' '-.ForSale i :

to attempt. Make up your mind to A 14 PER CENT \ ". ,I

Two houses on East Government you" will find this office "prompt 1I 1- ., ,' ,
street in $168 per yeAr re lts. North West'H 'Block. 12 '
bringing ., '
Be Real and -attentive-always willing to.adYise' .
a Estate Owner This is "GOOD m NO' : West King Tract&l6ts; _. ', and talk'with you "about' A l large supply of CITY MAPS, containing -

A ,REAL BARGAIN.: yow property, andWE'LL
and a man of means in :your community. You will __________________.$350.00 all SUB-DI VISIONS, BLOCKS, LOTS
never do it unless you make the attempt Begin at SELL IT.
A FOUR ROOM HOUSE, ONE
once by buying a piece ot. real estate. Others have 10 of the prettiest building and CHANGESINNAMES STREETS
it-you can do it. BLOCK- FROM BUSINESS" DISTRICT ,if youll'-put the:' 'price right

ON LOT 28 FEET FRONT, BY 170( lots in New. 'City; Overlooking Come and talk:'it over with us. (m accordance with City Ordinances) will

We've Got What You Want; .'.- FEET, DEEP, FOR 1000. the Bay. MONEY TO LEND ..j I

Be received in a few days.

as a starter. If we havn't just what you want, we can This house rents for $96 per year, Several beautiful lots in "- :in anyu amounts at the least posFIREINSURANCE- ,'. l

get it Our list shows many "good things" that will and while;it pays a fair interest now the residence portion of .-siNe:CQst. These. Mapf are mounted on Good, Heavy
prove a "money-mak'in'g" starter Call, write or hello is sure ?o increase in value. ', .' .

us.Pensacola. LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH ME' North Hill. Linen. and. on Rollers and are UP/TO/

FOR SALE. I CAN SELL IT.
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"I For prices and particulars ; ln1! in .either of six reliable'companies. i -'DTEifey ry particular

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Investment ; apply toMcDavidHyer ,: ,

Company,, LESLIE E. BROOKS, L. S/ BROWN 6 CO. '. t'I'. : I' : ,. 'IHOQTpN- : -L: I

m A. D'ALEMBERTE, City Manager., i ;
Phone 462. Fisher'Building I '
W. B. KNCWLES, President. l.. B.. SIMPSON, Sm br1. Company 20n2 ';Thiesen_ Bldg. ,"We Sell Lots."
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J.E.ST1LLMAN, V.-Prej. anl GeL Manajsr. KNOWLES HYEit Trauursr. -' i & WATSON.Leading
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!; HELPWANTEDWAN ,Agents New York 4

Rae state, Loans, Ceneral Investments. -'- -- -. -, '-.... WANTED ', Real Estate Rental and Insuranca Agency.
p Life Insurance arw-wuw jwwsuuvwnr Wfl-r S
Company.
215 South Paiafox Street, Pensacola, FIorda.t TED-Bokkeeper: oil mill,$1200, .
master mechanic, foundry, $UOO; I. .WANTED-Partner $4,000 to engage OriE 54 ; No. 3? &. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "l:

saw mill foreman, f 1200; mach'nist i 8 E. Government Street. inxturpentirie' business. "Good

-. and tool maker, $1OO4J; !ady bai>"kkeepi! propo:dti. n." 'Address"Partner, care ..."'L .,.__
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Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. Journ l.,/ 22jlw Y ::: :
; er-cahier, j90i); many others. National -: ta
'IF. : Employment Assoaiation, Cell:!!i W WANTED: & public to know thai:. =- --=

1. WHITE & CO. tury' Building, Atlanta Ga. 23j2t! old newspapers can ce bought at KOTiS., FOR SALENew

A Bargain -I I: this officefor-:: .five cents a bundle. They I ,.

Artesian.Well DrillersFor j i'WA.'TED-" everywhere, ; good,) Some Good are.all. lean"and nice.' '. I COMMERCIAL HOTEL,,' DsFunlak, :

j i pay; to distribute: circulars adv.j Things .' Fla.-New management; newly furnished :
i matter, tack signs, etc.; no canvas' i A'NTED.R... Bingham wantj free bath and sample rooms; eght room house with hjl0'3!!
Saw Mills! and |ing. Address National DistributingBureau ; I moving and hauling. He ; Ave.and 16th St. This
your guai good meals and"goodf i beds: Travel place has toseen 5s
In Water Front Property 100 Oakland Bank Bldg.,.Chicago *! in RealEstate .I ijtees all breakage--Phoac: 630/ .I solicited. Rates $2
Turpentine Stills Especially. i ilL 22jlwi;I I'IA4''TEDBarber : : ing men especially to be appreciated. . .$1/33
II Mrs. M. Stanley, Prop.
day. Ht
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| WANTED-Tafre: boarders 203 W.I i Lots Z, 4 and 5 block
140
$2500 Geneva On East Jackson and' Gadsden ._ I xw
Ala., and Graceville, Fla. j 29may. I
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to shop of! St. Miss
Gadsden
; manage ; .Robinson. 17jj i!
streets where the car turns off 16th ., City..S Q!)
We have three "first-class drill- '
two chairs. Address Box 19, Car-. I I
For 2-story, 8-room house. lot 240x: ing machines. We are prepared to rabelle, Fia. 22j3tWANTED ave. into Jackson' street, !n block-91 FOR FRESH NATIVE MEATS phone I I PARK, HOTEL-WhySpay! $2.50 per' Blocks! 125 and 126, Petterson Adition !j.
250, on Bayou Grande. Good water. .. of the New City Tract. -1 have five day when. 'can get as good room water
.385. T he West End Market yoU \ front, new six
put in wells from four to twelve inches ibis. : 100 feet running through the : corner 50c.Coolest in! room
in diameter and from one hundred to -A good cook.to cook two I! block. These lots face south on the Belmont-'and,: DeVillers Sts. 21June. and bed for '- P'ace the week:( house on same.. . . .$i.eca
i Pensacola. Special rates.by
$2000 meals a day. Apply &20 N. Palafox i I ,
: sixteen hundred feet in depth. We St 21jlw.j j car line,. overlook the bay, the ''pretti WANTED-The public to know thatw i or month. One block from postoffice.;. Block 63, East King Tract. .$2.60a
est building lots in the whoe: of East Lot 7 to 14, inclusive !
block
do all kinds
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: !For one-story cottage on water's, do our work promptly We guarantee I : can of repairingfloat 22may. j I in.!
edge, lot 120x200, on bayou Grande. satisfaction.We WANTEDPractical printer. Mus>t I Hill, very desirable neighborhood.. building, norse shoeing, etc. J. ; New City.. .. .. .. .. 4. .ji.god
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be good job printer- and sober. Apply -'j! For qUCk: sale they go at .. .$2100 G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feb OLD MILL INN-on biy front. Opens

E $3200 give the best of references. to J. A. Sanborn: Carrabele, Flat.i The .east 8 lots of B'ock 171, New June,L Large, airy ;;and delightful
20junelw*' City Tract, between 14th and 15th WANTED.-Electric work of ah kind. ly cool. Good fishing bathing and J.A.WILSON&CO.Real

(Buys one-story cottage, I 5 rooms, aves. and 10th and 11th streets one Let us' cian: your fans. rezair your boating. First class table; On electric .
on Bayou Grande 63x250. For Farm Turpentine TAlLORE'SS-or seamstress; steadY J; block from the car line. They are dynamo "do jour wiring, etc. Paona i car line, 15 minute ride from city.
or pietty lots and a good speculationat. 570. Fensacola ElecVic! Co. 205() S. boarders and transients. Estate Agents,
work; none but good help need aihpl3 .. .. I Regular
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Timber Lands .. . .$1550 Baylen.
APPLY TO reasonable. Address Old Mill
I % Call at E. W. Walther's: 12 West Terms
LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall I'I Romana street. 17jlw Inn, Pensacola'Fla. j'i 4may Salisbury Building, Reom 7
I have two beautiful lots-on the corner .. .

Mrs. M. L. on or Address WANTED-First-class hat cleaning:] of Jackson and -18th- Ave.. overlooking FOR RENTRENT BROWN HOUSE DeEuniak Springs.!
Surgi .
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Turner & Aymard the bay. two blocks from the '
Old hats made new. Cleaning car line two blocks Good beds, airy rooms, elegant Miscellaneous
from, the bayoa, I I
Real Estate and Abstract Co. pressing and blocking. Satisfaction' two blocks from the bay, facing south. AND GARiDEN! produce free to meals; free bath and !sample rooms. "'-
Care M. E. Clarke guaranteed. Panamas satisfactory family to occupy good attention to traveling ,
P. O. Box 115 DeFunlak'Springs.Flalie 50c. Strawstj ThIs is of the Special men.
PORTER
,- one prettiest building J. H. salmaker, 716 South
Pensacola, Fla. j 25c. Felt, 35c. Derbys, 25<:. Victor' lots on the whole of East Hill. The house and care for property. during Rates $2.00 per day. i jj. R. Brown, ,i Palafox street. Orders taken lt r
; Louis 100 the .a short distance, from :
: E. Intendencla street. AlI \\ Bummer Prop.
property is well worth$800, would be city." care Journal ; tents, awnings, camp stools ana noun;,
j come in. 19 jnlm cheap at that price. :-will sell the Address""House"' ; cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Slja...

Professional! Will Double 1 InV two lots, if sold at once .for...;..$775 21june. HOTEIJS AND 'BOARDING HOUSES
Directory WANTED
I -Carrier boys.at The Jour* Before laying your !carpet or matting SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzie Uer-
__ nal office. A Desirable Summer Location. for of
a supply newspapersto
>buy old
A GOOD INVESTMENT: : ing & Co.. wholesale and retail sb?
lness Rent-An erght-roomed furnished
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and It.
underneath protect Only
property, corner Barcelona .:a'nd Tiiten-house on Es ambla Bay. Lots of put chandlers and grocers, only first-ch-i
T G. YATES M. D. l Inside WANTED.learn plumbing.U and plastering.boys' ,"wanted brick;* deneia streets. 49 ft. frost on -Inten- fruit, chickens 'cow, and horse and I five cents a bundle at this. office. houseflf kind in.city. ;Fair prices to<...

laying.! Special offer life scholarship'fifty dencia by 120 ft. Barcelona.. Rented buggy, house screened, good piano! I FERRELL HOTEL-snjeads, Florida. MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-
under lease at $420,00per: year. At Can be reached twice 'a day by train,
; OPTICIAN dollars, easy payments; position Rates $2.00 per day] Nice rooms I Willie Mims, Proprietor. Fiira.
an extra expense of $300 the rent can reaching Pensacola'at 10:30 a. m.
guaranteed; free catalogue. Coyn ture repairing of all kinds
A good beds, table the best J. M. Fer- carp-s:
306 THIESEN BVILDIN
Bros. Trade Schools, New York, Chi be increased to 540.00 per year. The and leaving at 5 p. m. For further ell j laid, furniture packed .for shipping
17aprHJTEL
of Year cago, St. Louis. 16j; prospects of an increase in value are particulars address Hooton & Watson, Prop. 'j Phone 63. Next to Tampa Landiac: !
a good ... .. .. .. ..
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J 'i. .4 .r $4200 rental agents. P. O. Box L.. Pensacola 22Apri:? :
WM. a HOWE RNON-Rat
WIANTED : Fla., ,19junelw s $2 per day.
Traveling salesman for --
Special rate by: w eIc. Special attention CARRIAGES repaired and repaid
ATTORNEY ANDCOUNSELLOR'ATLAW ,Alabama by the largest,and- ,m tprdgressive Lst your property with me and I
That is what a'great deal of real"es. FOR RENT Five-room cottage, East to traveling me'n. Free sample Floats built to order. Horse shoeing
Southern will sell
. I,. 14V2' EAST GOVERNMENT ST. tate in Pensacola is 'going to do and having an established whiskey trade to house turnover itMONEY Gregory, near Railroad shops, $8 room' Mrs. J. P. )lauldln, Prop. a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carna; !

some, of it is in the fellowing list: to good man. Applicants must per month. C. R. Yaeger, Thlesen 15apr. j- Co. ift1

ni DIRECTORYJoppa Half block in New City fronting state age, experience, reference, sal- : at the market rate of interest building. Phone 686. june19 !

i, Calalonla square.. .. .. .. ....$750Half I ary, annual sales, expenses and losses. on city real estate. HOTEL SOUTHERN- pen all the Money to Loan.
; block in East King Tract, In Address Z. Y. X., this office.-: -16j2t FOR Ra'\"T-Modern two-story house, year. American' European plan. ....... '-_, n
( Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. settled nei bor1 ood... .. .. ..$700 with large grounds, partly under Special summer rates.. First-class. : in
MONEY TO LOAN /borrows
-Everybody
; Joppa Lodge No.6 1. 0. 0. F WANTED-Good In cultivation, located in northern sub- every respect. Pleasan and convene
t man to work yard J. W.
Bullock
One-fourth block Toledo. Jr. from Jno A. Hall t
on 'square, money
meets Tuesday evening at 7:30 and in house. 619 N. Baylen St. urbs. For information address or ient" Mrs. T. 'L; Bowen, -Prop, Pen
I ; o'clock every at Odd Fellows Hall. Belmont New City ..- .. .. .. .. ? ,. ..$800 I Sjune. apply to the Pensacola InvestmentCo. sacola, Fla. \ ISapr Co., 14% E. Government St.! Wat-n in

{- ani Baylen street. Visiting brethren Lots on 11th and 12th avenues,New Room 405 Thiesen Bld. 9june ,-- -.. _need call_on us._ .

'': aro cordially Invited. City, at.. .. .. .... .. .. .. ..$200 TED-Everyone to know that CENTRAL HOTEL; CHIPLEY! -Op. n ----1
Phone 161. FOR RENT-2 nicely furnished MONEY LOANED on all kinds of perfoaal '
r T. H. FLEETWOOD N. G. 200x132$ feet on East Hill carline The Journal has nice, clean old papers rooms for rent to gentlemen depot Large and well lighted

:J. W. GINGLES. Sec. 'I.. .... .... :1 .S ... ..$1250 ,for sale theap.' Only 'five centsa Apply to Mrs.- Hester 420 W. ChaseSt. only. rooms. Free sample ropm. Meals at Terms easy.property J. B. on Gray short& Co.,notice.2V..
;, 31Jan6m. Lots In East King Tract or West bundle. Phone 1095. 2Junelm all hours. Special attention to traveling
,. Romana. Phone 1165. Ifeb
King Tract very cheap and on easy WantedWANTED men. $2.00 per .!larJ.. .M. Tug-
\ '; Pensacola Lodge No. 3, K. of P.: terms.
, '' Improved property In West WANTED-First-class uarber for colored FOR, feENT-A. R. Bingham has storage gle Prop. ;; ISmarlm MONEY TO LEND-On good real estate -
meets Monday evening at 8
; every .
King Tract, netting 10 per cent. on.in- trade. Ring 10101 -A position room for Vent, suitable i collateral
!. o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall ring or as stenograph. for fur. security, or on good
i over Pou stable W. Intendencia St. I' vestmentSee call at Sylvester Campbell Store,near er by young lady. 'Salary moderate., niture' or other goods. 104 and 106 CHIPLEY HOTEL-Can Setterllnd. at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks.
: brethren cordially welcomed. us in regard to Lake View Hay. dummy depot, Warrington, Fla. Address Box K., City. 21j i South Tarragona street. Phone. 639. Prop. Special attentiqn to commercial Fisher buildlnjr. 21Jaa
l'' Visiting en Property. Prettiest place In New 24 apr!. travelers. Free sample and bath
; J. A. KIRKPATRICK C. Cot
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t. H. HORSLER K. of R. & SL City and is on Bayou Texar. WANTED second hind safe. Ad FOR RENT-A nice 5 room cottage rooms. Large rdoms; w th'good beds.I MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal

; I dress safe, care Journ l. 21jlw I: on N. Spring St., with bath, gas, etc. $2 .per day \ IJhnarln property on short notice.
A Meetings ot the I D. Hale Wilson & Co. I .WANTED at $15.00. Inquire",Fisher Real Estate I I Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstair
t _A1JL Knights of Columous H. ALFMAN-Tin, Copper and Sheet Agency. ljune BAY HOTEL.-open l1tght'and' day.' 28% South Palafox St., Phone 1144.
Phone
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k. are held at their hall I .I5South Paiafox WANTED-White gin 18 years older Iron Worker; cornice work and skylights I European plan Rooms light and, 6aor
No. 8 West Intenden over to keep office; must be neat a specialty; roofing, gutteringand i FOR SALE OR KENT-A five roth clean. Transient trade solicited.
!.: cia street, on every cottage..with bath and UNLIMITED amount or money to .oaa
and intelligent. Good pay and chancefor repairing 315 South Palafox St. gas. No. 575-579 S. Paiafox.Jasj S. Nicolau, !
F %it17' Monday evening at advancement to right party. c Jail Phone 560; residence phone 1316. 1107 E. Cervantes street. Two blocks I Prop. i on all kinds of personal property.
1;,. tcf 7:30 o'clock. An Invitation I Special rates to business men on Iare!
room No. 3, Masonic Temple; after 5 2junelm. from street car. Apply to H. W.
r pr is extended o'clock. Gibbs, care of Forbes Store. : i I loans. The New York Loan Co., 204\&
to visiting Knights. '
f. South Paiafox.
JOHN B. JONES. WANTED B. White wants your 26maylm. MisecllaneousNOTICE ,
t'" WANTED-All owners or poultry to MWuWVW I
y. S. lEONARD Grand hauling and transfer work. Satis
Q Recorder. Knight know that we are agents for-the celebrated faction guarnteed. Address 1501-N FOR RENT-Elegant two-story residence -Having Installedmachines, -

t k -- Conkey's Poultry Remedied; 8th Ave., or phone 981. corner Strong and Spring Sts. for the manufacture of galvanized' LOST
':: Daughters ;of; Rebekah. Guaranteed to cure rupe, cholera Apply.'to C., H. Turner. lOmay iron cornice, skylights, ;cornice utters -ru-flu-_ ---

Naomi Lodge, No. 10, Daughters of gape and to kill fleas, lice and miteS: MATTRESSES RENOVATED New circular mouldijigs.;etc, I am now SQUARE BLACK POCKETBO th.
Hebekah, meets every Monday night Also their wonderful egg producer. F. tick furnished if desired. Guaran FOR. RT-Two very aesirable prepared todcrsheetmetai) work of containing sum of money, cheM:
f r.t' at'8 o'clock in I. 0. 0. F. S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. 231.ISapr. .' stores on first floor of Manhattan
hall. K'ip-
Visiting ; : teed. Crapet taken up and mattinglaid all kinds on, .short notice. Satisfac and Elk cards, between city ami !
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hotel Corner Garden and .
t sisters cordially invited to be pres. : Wkt! if desired. Leave orders at Just completed and arranged Baylen.in first tion assured. Estimates cheerfully frian's park. Ltberal: reward for .
f- ent. given outside turn to V. J. Vidal Marine Grw;
work
Green & Watoon. Phone 193. 7mar on in .or { the city.
class. terms
t rt MRS. B. R. WITKOVSKI, WANTED-To,sell a lot of.old papers shape. For particulars, Chas B. Vetter-,- 18 Int Co. :2.jt:
{ ndencla.
f Et: MISS WILLIE KENDRICK; sec_ at 5c a bundle. Apply at this office. See the Pluto Water display at Hoo. etc., apply Hooton & Watson. 29Apr Phone698. ., W1t j 25maylm

.- They are, all whole, clean and ton's Pharmacy. James McHugh LOST-Bunch of keys between ts-='-
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-K. B. A. No. 81, meets first and FOR RENT-Second story o"el'Lln. <
third Wednesday evening at 7:30' p. nice. wholesale, agent. ljunelm denstruth's jewelry store. Suitable SANTA ROSA-PayU1o L. S.Sot. office and Pensacola Stables. Return .
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V' m .Raiford. Hall' ,, No 10. West ..Intenflencla ., WELL BUILD HOUSES on .install WANTED-Everybody to call and for offices, sleeping' quarters or store fers the best accommodation for I ward.'j to Wood and :: -tI

ri street.- ;; AN IDEAL'SITE FOR A PALATIAL ment plan, or -cash you .own the see the Perfect Pantry. Lawhornand age rooms. Lee Daniell. 24apr bathing and recreation t > be found on I ___ .

.... A. G. FELL, Pres. RESIDENCE. lot I furnish the money and bull j; (!' Blackburn, agents, 109 E. Gov the Gulf of ')Ielico.. Launch Le lalr I LOST-Black mare brand K on f-"*
: L. SWEENEY.: Sec. FOR REST8roomstory Cottage leaves wharf .at .
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You ernment street. city dally. S:00 a. m.
house. monthly 27maylm t-
pay same as shoulder. Left barn at time of
i $2600 for five large lots on the 318 W. Belmont. Apply to Walker Phone 659. Chas. H. Barton, Mgr.12may .
: Pen. acola,Lodge No. 4, J. O.-O. F.H southeast of Reus and DeSoto' rent, in a short time house is your.; Itgraham. April20 Thursday morning.! Reward for i
k Pensacola, Lodge No. 4, I. 0. 0. P. corner Pay rent 20 years it still belongs to WANTED.-All kinds or electrical turn to Sam Sunday, corner Ha a?
I meets every'Thursaarvening' at.7SO: streets, fronting'on Alabama Square. the other man. Will also put down work. I sell all kinds of electrical WANTED.-Real Estate for sale or ---. i. and Strong Sts. l'lJe:

t k; at the newvtfall on Belmont and Bayla" ALL OF THE MAXENT TRACT wells with good pump., 2-inch galvanized batteries and other electrical supplies. rent, le'asse or exchange. Your business If you will')look'aroulJd the house,
t' etreets VlslUn-g brethren cordially pipe, with brass cylinder attachment When yon need me ring 345 or 955. respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson you will find a. lot of ways In whica
Invited. % E. GREENBLATT.J" WEST OF "C" STREET NOW FOR will make water fly from,'a well E.: W Peake, new Star Laundry building Real Estate Agent 22# W. Gov.ernment you can< ;use old.'nfwspapers.: You FoundFOUlNOPocketbook

ti NEVILLE Secretary; SALE.!, 40; to,100 ft. deep and so easy a.jchjld E. 'Garden. ISdec. street, Room 7, Salisbury can buy th mln' lay quantity; at this 'a- N
can pump It. Costs but. little more building. Phone 172. 23jan office. They are put up in bundles
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rt-- wo.. w. MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST i than the old du-g welt All ..satisfac COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressing'. convenient to carry 'and s01d.,at five at KupWan'ipark. '>!

tl LIve Oak Camp No. i.. W. U. WH ; MARKET RATE OF' INTEREST.MORTGAGES'ON I tory before you pay a cent. Get my and Cleaning Club, .212 N.DeYlliersSt. cents per: bundle.. j Contains sma'l amount b

meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd I', .f- REAL ESTATEIN prices. F. iL Williams Contractor ...Mrs.: T. J. Davis. Prop. Your pat, BoardandRooms.THRE money. Owner can have "a:1H': !
'
Wednesdays ..1J" each month. Visiting'' and Builder, Room SOS TJiiesen Build: ronage solicited; satisfaction guaran, MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE. proving property and paying f": ti
sovereigns cordially invited. THIS CITY'BOUGHT.AND.SOLD.. ing. Phone 802, 1 ring. teed. Careful attention given ladies*, '' ROOMS rent I Irenov Notice. 2
to
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ljunelm. PLEASANT Mattresses made to oi>)ler; old ones
: F..A. BOGHICH. C.'C. I I I garments. Phone 1222. 'Sfei,I with privilege; of light housekeeping t J,. New tick? fumished.

t. LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerkv! WANTED-Your stenographic work: 301. W..Chase St Second hand furniture Bought and

L '- Iti I Pensacola Typewriter, Exchange; NTED-Carrla'ges repaired and repainted sole Upholstering.and repairing donE
R'ATHBON'E LOOGE. No. 30. 315Vi S. Paiafox St Phone '379. ; floats built to order; horse FOR TOne or two newly furnlsbelfront 114 E. Belmont, St., cltt, phone 771.

:' Rathbon.e I.odgeo.. 30, Knights of Fisher Real Estate Agency 23may. shoeing a :specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage rooms; southern exposure Davis Mfg. Co.; C. .To Davis; Mgr. i I

t.rP1thas l : meets every Thursday night .t Co. 27feb, ; with privilege: of phone. Loca : ._ I I
. : at Castle HalL Members:: of sister; COLLECTION OF 'RENTS A WANTED-We want rout orders foi ton d srable: and near business center TAILORING L. Diapond, Tailor. i
i_ ani visiting! brethren cordial- 1907 Art Calendars 422 W. Gregory. ISniaylw
lodges : ; Over-300 orIginal
WANTED.-Ths Merchants TransferCo. Gents' clothing cleaned;, pressed and PATENT APPLIED FOR
ir: Invited to attend.: !- f /SPECIALTY. : designs to select frbml: All wants your moving and bauUn .! Old newspapers at lie cents a bundleat repaired on short nOtice No. 11%
. C. J. LEVY. prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensac; All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor-. this office. They are all clean West Government St,'Pensacola, Fla At a'l!; Druggists.CO.
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f': K. 'R. & S.,Phone 87. 206 :S. PatafoxSt. .. li: 16eb. sen. Prop. Phon 1'7. Utoaa1: .... .t- Idee. 4'i 14 1--i MUS-QUIT-U Jacksonville. Fla.



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I Thousands ,Each ,ay Who Are Looking for Bargains 'I


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:. ---- ---- PRtssflIi: McMillan Bros. ....... ........ ...........................t....... 1 PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL
11 BUTTON Co. : '

Don't' Buy Real Estate in Pensacolaor RAILWAY COMPANY.

i i AUSLEY s COMPANY !I II i


anywhere else until you get; an Summer Week Day Schedule-Steam

I i COMMISSION BROKERS; i Train and Electric Car Schedule,
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ABSTRACT OF ..T1TLTOTHEPROPERTY. f;
Effective June 19,1906.
MOBILE. ALABAMA.MARKETS. 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENS OLA, FIA I

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IS YOUB TITLE GOOD ? i Private Wires N. Y., N. 0.,. and Chicago.COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVSIONSandBONDS: t Between. Pensacola and Big Bayou.Lv. .

Pensacola. LT. Big Bajou.:
6 a.m. 9 *p.m. 6:20 10:30 p.mll:30pja
That is the all important question. If you: want it answered quickly i 7 a.m. 10 p.m. 7:30 -
aad correctly, come to us. We make ,it our business to find the Tile 51n -8IIrae-&af'ac- Naval Stores. |! -.8 a.m. 11 p.m.. 8:30
Htadiert-ud only Perfect
Ga., June 22.-The naval i
answer. Islf-filUojP Nil cJ6lIer Savannah, 9 a.m. 9:30
It you have any real estate to sell, let us make you abstract -no fck to iplfl-oo clonlDtor.hikiag. stores market closed today as follows: Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment 10 a.m. 10:30

now. Don't wait until you have found the purchaser but have the WW: !.. .. .. .. .. .. ....'..:.4 95 f 11 ,In. 11:30
answer ready before hand. simply prat the batten(uiathcpictuzandthepcn61Js VT C..4 75 f 12 noon 12:30 pjn.
An Abstract will not make a good title out of a"bad one. but Itwill IlL I .auh.." N-----. a. .. .Ii; .- ,.' ....* 65 Reference: First National and Peoples Baals. 1 p.m. 1:30
often enable the owner to do so by showing him'existing defects L..4 45 .0..1:: 2 2:40
men he may be able to remeJy. '. Write touches the the btut paper It K.. .. .. .. .. .... .... ....430 ................................. 3 p.m.p.m. 3:30

1. .. .. .... .. S. .. .. .. .,4 25 3:30 pm. 4:00. .
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Pensacola Abstract
The
Company Eagle)50Flash' ) a----------------4 15 to 417% 4:30 p.m. 5:00
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F.. .. .. .' ... .. ..'.. 410to412! ANNUAL DIVIDENDScannot 5:00) p.m. 5:30
lncorpurtedPHONE E.. ... .., ... ... ... .. ..405 5:30 p.m. 6:00
No.jj with 14 leant Mill told :. .. .. .. .. .. ..3 75 to 3 80 6:00
393. 114 N. PALAFOX ST, HARRY L.GRAHAM,Gen.Mt pen point-fined ruktnued D. be lost and they may be used to p.m. 6:30.
rubber ud fully guaranteed. C..3 55, to 3 60 6:30 p.m. 7:00' ,
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EachMFluliNNo.25Eirf.FUdiNo.26 Spirits Turpentine 57 cents. reduce the each if the insuredso p.m. 7:30
=- with coW ba d...:.so premiums year 7:35 p.m. p 8:00

For Sale For Sale Urn liar $3.00 chooses A life or Endowment Policy with S:00 p.m. 8:30
L..a1
.flJ'SJW, with fold ,$&oo 9:30:

-FOR SALS Brand new handsomelybound FOR SALE-I am making a limited offer SaId Other II, StalioaenaDd Stem El- MILTONSpecial annual dividends in the Union iCentral Lifeis *Saturday only.

Century Enclopedia'lJic.tionar :on-12'lots in iortheastNewCity .-
Ask YOUR DEALER. liSa Between Pensacola and Fort
and Atlas; also ladies saddle within' the town lim'.ta: and near the doesn't dl von the Eagle"FLASH" the most satisfactory. Barrancas. > .
class condition. Phone 285 or Lake View Haven properties with Fountain Peni then -
m first end the retail price direct to to The Journal. Lv Pensacola. Lv Fort Barrancai
apply 1102 TX Gadsden St. 23jlw clear titles and 'excellent elevation at B*. Each pea tMolutcly guar Milton, June 22.-The Social Clubof B. S. WILLIAMS General Agent. 7:15: a.m. 8:00 am.
$720. I offer single lots in the same anteed. ?tIi ton had a delightful afternoon 9:50 a.m. 11:00 a.m

FOR SALE Gentleman's road horse. vicinity $60 and $65 per lot on easy Eagle Pencil Co. with Mrs. W.. A. MtfLeod last Thurs Thiesen Building. : Phone 608 12:50: ,p.m. 2:00: p.m.
Western pony, gentle, good: saddlerand terms. (This is to the trade of white Uairafacturen3VBrodway.NewYork day. The entertainment was in the 3:50 p.m. 5:10 p.m.
driver. Donkey with bran new people exclusively. Elbert A. Clubbs, form of a "Shirtwaist Party," after 6:20 p.m. 7:00 p.m.
trap and harness. Hinman & Heck- Box 112 City. ISjunelm which delicious refreshments were 8:30: p.m.* 900p.m
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er Century Fla. 23may served. The ,>next meeting will be Saturday only;
TEA DRINKERS ATTENTION with Mrs. Barney Whitmire.
FOR SL\LE"A. new rubber-tire runabout I you want a delicious cup of tea, try. Irs., 'Baum and "Mrs. Anderson of Steam train leaving Pensacola: at

Address Box 315 City. "Our Own" Blend' 'it Is superior to any Florida and Alabama Georgia are visiting their brother Mr. Economy Means Independence 7:15: a. m. will stop between Pensa
23junelw* dollar tea on,the market, Only: 60c Whitley. cola and Big Bayou only to take on
fami. per pound. A valuable ticket In every ""Mrs. D. T. Williams has returned passengers for points beyond Big

FOR horse SALE-One and harness.good all-round One top bug package. New Orleans Grocery Co.. LAND COMPANYManufacturers from Pensacola bringing 'With iier -5 The practice of simple economy is all Bayou. Steam train leaving Fort Bar
ly
Phone 105. Jas. McHugh Prop. Mrs. Dillard! of Montgomery, and rancas at 5:10 p. m. will stop between
E.gy Turner nearly new.Bohemia One, Fla.good wagon.Phone 246.A. 7june. and Dealers in of Miss Eula Les Hutchinson of Penns"l.nniL that is necessary to make you independent. Big Bayou and Pensacola only to put
Fla. 23inay off
from
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passen'gers
beyond Bg
iCjunelm. LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES Mrs. J. F. !IFtoore is spending some Being saving today and keep per Bayou. Other steam trains will make

FOR SALE-Two fine milch cows with I,FOR SALE-Having sold my, residence AND KILN:DRIED SAP. time Balentine.In town with her sister Mrs. sistently at it, and, with the interest we all stops. Each electric car makes all

calves can be seen at Ko.I of 12th and stops.
young ; corner avenue
123 E. Gregory.: C. B. McMillan. 13th street, I now ,offer for sale my Mrs. Whitley has Just returned will add to your savings, compounded The above schedules and regula.
from Covington, La., and is tions subject change without notice.
accompanied' -
lOjune. household may be seen'goods: on and the one'premises cow, which oa Do You Want The by her grandson Otto Hood. semi-annually, it will not be long till Local Freight to Regulations.

TEA DRINKERS ATTENTION Tuesdays and Thursdays, between the !Miss !Wilson, a charming young you have an amount sufficient to enter Freight" shipped by the 7:15 a m.
you want a delicious cup of tea, try lady of Columbus, Ga., is the guast train will be received only for points
I hours of 10 and 12 a.-m. C. W. Hag- .
"Our Own" Blend it is superior to any i 19june of Mrs. Anders on Canal street. business with. Money is.a mighty beyond Big Bayou, and will not be
dollar tea on the market Only 60c erman.. The many' friends of Mrs. Emma received later than 7:05 a. m. All
:per pound. A valuable ticket in every BEST Monroe Jernigan will be pleased to power, but the foundation of every fortune other Week Day trains leaving Pen.

package. New Orleans Grocery Co. FOR SALE-Herd fine Jersey dairy know that her condition is considered has its beginning in small amounts. sacola not later than 3:50 p. m., carry
Phone 105. Jas. McHugh Prop. cows with' well established milk more favorable. than it has been here- freight for any point but freight will
7june. route. No competition. Cows and tofore.. A savings account can be started herewith not be received later than 23 minutes
business first class condition.. ApplyS. !Mrs. 'A. 'P. Hardee left Monday before scheduled departure of trains.

FOR 'SALE-Finest car load of horses A. Taylor, Century. Fla. Sjunelm* ; eight for Ashdown, Adk. one dollar. The 9:00: a. m. Sunday train may
ever receIved in Pensacola. McMil Fishing Tackle Dr. .!ill'w' residence opposit3 carry light, perishable freight under

Ian & Turton West Inten '1lcia St. MARINE "AND "STATIONARY ENGINES the Waldorf&Hotel'is rapidly going up some circumstances by special per
6june. for saleWonder: Gasoline lid*wUl be'a great improvement to mission. Electric car will not carry

Engines are the fiimpliest, strongestand Tennis. Golf Baseball"and Athletic that street. freight or packa'ges of any description
FOR SALE---Remington typewriter. Mrs. Charlie Mason, accompanied I except medicine urgently needed.
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best engines on. the market for Goods the best Phonographs and
"Rem" care 'Journal.to 6Jut11n, records'the by Miss Jlinflie Mason fire visitingfriend's Shippers are requested..to' bear theseregulatons
the money: Send'for'catalogue. Ed bestDog.Medicine'th&;! best FIRST NATIONAL
'. 'I BANK
/ and relatives in Mobile! ; : in mind, that inconvenience -
B. Banks, Pcnsacola.Phones. 1377and" Bicycles, ,the best Tires, the best
See the Pluto Water display at Hoo- : Scranton. 'and Biloxi. may not be caused.
ton's Pharmcy. James McHugh, 577. Sjunelm Typewriters, the best Lock and Key !MIss Martha Newman is making These freight regulations subject to

wholesale agent ljunelm Fitting, best Trunk Repairing best. an extended(visit in :A>palac icola, the OF PENSACOLA, FLA.W. / change without notice.
FOR SALE--Second hand' 25 H. P. Gas Lamp, and last, but not least' the guest of her sister. Any further information regarding

FOR SALE-We have a lot of keg*, New boiler.Method Will Laundry sell cheap.' Apply ISApril to best:Roller Skates? Prof. aiidiMrs. Fertig have returned : .H.KKOWLJS: Pre s. W.K.HTEB JR.,V.-Pres.and OasMer. passenger and freight schedule can be
suitable for flower pots and other ; Why go to from Marianna where they went to T. W,BBBST and W.N.ROBeRTS,Asat.Cashier had by applying to the general officeof
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DlBECTORS-F. C.Brent W. A. Blount. W, H. Kno.'-lw. W; K. Hfsr. ...
purposes; also a lot of whiskey, syrup -' take the examlnatiQn for teachers D. G. Brent. the company.
and other barrels,'which are suitablefor FOR SALE-Ten new and ,second BRUC'E'PENSACOLA both certificates Passengers: are earnestly requestedto
F. B. They received state
second hand office safes, different __ ,...,..
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and cured !I!! "
fish promptly
packing crockery or and after returning to Milton receive report to the general
meats. We buy all kinds of barrels' sizes, best makes t bargain price : a highly complimentary letter from p office any inattention to duty or discourtesy .
ufflce East -
Scarritt Moreno Government
and re-cooper and clean them. Sup- FLORIDA the state superintendent in regard to on the part of employees and
St. 24mar
ply always on hand. If you need any; their examination papers. They had to make specific criticisms of service.
barrels, or have any for sale, ring us intended leaving for St. Louis before No. 5603. JOHN W. LEADLEY, .
up. Phone 235, residence phone 591.: FOR SALE-Fine hotel site; best stt GULF CITY COFFEE this but the illness of Mrs. (Fertig d* C.W. LAMAR,President. JOHN PFEIFFER, Assistant Cashier. Manager. ':
Pensacola Cooperage Co., Geo. A.' uaton in the city for a'tourist ho- CO., tain'ed them. :At this time she is M. E.CLARK,Vice-President and Cashier. J.W.ANDREWS, Assisfant Cashier.

Vucovich Pres., No. 9 S. Alcaniz. I tel, 130 feet fronting south by 172 feet H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager. much Improved. .
1 jma "lm. deep on East Government. street, over The City of Tampa:ie"again making THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
I I looking Seville, square' and Adams Roasters, Blenders and Shippers o!. her usual daily trips' to Pensacola: Pensacola Sf. Andrews and
FOR SALE-A lot or old newspapers.Put street with open view of Pensacola ruch to the pleasure of the merchants ,
up in bundles convenient for bay. $10,000 will: buy the property Fine CoffeesOUR and traveling public. OF PEHSACOLA FLU. Gulf
carryin'g. Only five cents per bundle. lapr.AUTOMOBILES.. The Cemetery Association, under DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. Steamship Go.

Apply this: office. ---.. COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL, the *auspices of (}Irs. R. El Peterson, CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $6 .OOO. STEAMER TARPON.
GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL
.-J am agent for the : Mrs Uno. Hannah ana' Mrs. L. L.
CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton & Pope Mfg. Co. and'can sell you autos Aymard, sold.refreshments and other DIRECTORS. W. G. HARROW, Master,
Watson have just received a large : less articles a short time ago to swell the FIRST-CLASS PAiJSENUEfl AND
from $500.00 up. They cost than Henry U Covington, Frank Reilly, F. E. Bravvner
ROUND TRIP SUMMER funds hand for the of
supply of the latest city maps showing I horses to keep up.. They can be run on purpose J. M. Pfeiffer, W. S, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar, FREIGHT fcEKVICEBetw
all of the subdivisions.: The maps are I in sand anywhere a. horse can go. and buying a wire fence for the Ceme-- Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourln, J. R. Saunders, official and; down to date and are Leslie E. .Brooks. tery. Thanks to the efforts of the A. M. Avery, W. H. Milton, 0. E, Maura MOBILE APALACHJ
mounted on heavy linen. Regular I -- CONVENTION RATESRound ladies forty-two dollars ;were addto *-! W. L Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzie Ocrting, COLA, CARRABELLE. ST. ANDREWS -
price. $2.50 special price lots of .4TWOCHAIR the treasury. Before a great .'
; on Alex McGowin, C. M. Covington, M.E. Clark. MILLVlLLE.
five or more to agents or real estatemen. 'BARBER SHOP doing' trip summer excursions from. while they will have sufficient means
Hooton & Watson. 8may! business of $200 per month. Address all points east to Pacific coast and< to. ''buy the fence. Safety deposit boxes for rent at$%.1:0.: ((3X0 and {510 the year. frivate apartment: And all points on St. Andrews Bay,
i Barber. 'care Journal northwest from June 1 to September, Brant Ellis has gone to Pensacola in connection for the convenience of customers. Carrabelle and Apalachlcola.SCHEDULE .

FOR SALE OR RENT-Two ; 15, with special! stop-over privileges,, where he will join his aunt, Miss
lighters; good returning to October 31, 190&. Sarah Ollinger and accompany her Four per Gent interest Paid on Time Deposits. Leave Pe&sacoia Bauda1:30: gu
one with for 75
capacity thousand ft. 'lNOS-Drop! ordinary, roller
home and will remain in Mobiie, AlL
lumber N. E. A. meeting at Los Angeles,, probably m. for
the other thirty thousand
capacity. selfacUngItalian and heavy store I
Leave Pensacola
July 9-13. :Mobile two months. Tuesday 8:30 p.
Rates reasonable. Also two awniags. Austrian sh des porch Andrews
for St. MlllvUlv
skiff boats for sale cheap, 22 ft. long. curtains; in fact 'everything to keep Elks meetln'g at Denver Colo., July m It&icola, Carrabelle and interaediatt Apv

5 ft. beams. Telephone or write J. A. the house comfortable: this hot weather. 16-21. points.
Chaffin & Co., Milton. Fla. SSinar: Madei&aitguaranteed in every Summer rates to Colorado June 1 L lULTO GREBg..t PaUIDilS T.B. WKLLB3!: : ViOI.PBaUDU'T. For additional information apply tj
respect by -B.- H. ,Fairchild. First- to September 30. LAUREL HILLSpecial B.li.BUSHNFljL,CASHISB. MANSFIELD 1IOB2NO: 8D.c.u1JD J. R. SAUNDSR9,

OX THE HIGH LANI>-East Hill electric class material an workmanship. Hotel Men's Convention. Portland, National Bank B. R. COBB Project
car line six lots 100 ft. front Cheapest prices!! '(For ,3 days only Ore. June 25-28. Citizens GeL }-r:. and Pass.Pensacola Ar"
by la71S: deep, corners $700. inside Green Bamboo Porch.'Curtains $2.00to Use the splendid through serviceof 'to The Journal. of Penucota, FloridaDIRLCJQR& -- 1'Ia.EyAtiSVJllf.AKDTfRRE .
lots JSOO. There are no better situations $4.50, regular prices $.50 to $6.50; the Southern Pacific from New Orleans Laurel Hill., June 22.-The whistle

than these lot*. A V. Clubbs.: strictly,' cash). .Phone :485. ,P. 0. ; Union Pacific from Kansas I at the Givens mill was heard ''distinctly G-. W.Wright. Morris Bear. T.L Welles. Biz U. Robinson.; L. Hilton Gretn.
City or Chicago. at Laurel Hill this morning after
Box483.. Apply. ,,15*East Garden, St. A CEJVEJM1 BANKING BUSINESS TRANSMCTfO.
21junelw. Through Pullman tourist cars from I a silence of four years and six
FOR SALE-Nice, clean old newspapers washington Atlanta, Montgomery'" ,,, months. Sweeny & Company .will U- .
flee. at !five cents a bundle. This of. etc., and from St Louis and Chicago I operate the plant at the some location HAUTE R*

FOR SALE-(Lively home, 40 acres,, to California. on East street.
REGULAR; HACK LINE-From Chip- one' mile south of Chipley, Fla., 2 Write me for literature and. Infor. Messrs. Fblmar and brother 'Will be- CItyofPensaCOIaImPrOVCmeflt :Bonds.)

ley, making connections with mall acres, peach ,orchard grapes, straw- mationr gin about the first September work
launch for points on St. Andrew bay. berries and etc. Walter Gentry, Chip- J. F. VAN RENSSEIAER, on the erection of their' new plant Denomination $1,000.00 each. Dated: January 1st, 1908. Maturing' January1st I
Extra teams for traveling men. Good ley Fla. 21jlw General Agent The machinery has been ordered. 1936. Redeemable an. 1st, 1926. Interest Payable Semi-Annually

horses comfortable vehicles. Call on 124 Peachtree St.,Atlanta..Ga' There is considerable round timber in WE OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO'PRIOR SALE, IN I
or R. 0. BEAN. T. P. A. this' seetion and it is expected that AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER. -
address J. C. Sinclair Chipley Fla. One and Holstein
FOR SALE- Jersey
Telephone G. W. ELY T. P. A. toth of these plants will do a splendid -
No 74. 28apr cow with young calf. Apply to Miss: business.

-FOR SALE-Economize by j Alice 'M. Strother, Big Bayou. 17Jlw I Captain Eric Von "Axelson, candidate -The Peoples Bank of Pensacola ,-- ;
purchas. -
for next mayor of Laurel Hill
ing Choicest of lots on East Hill at, ; MANWhere Pensacola Fla. -
$300 per lot no present need of paying FOR 'SALE-Doa't:. all. tq 'get my visited Pensacola yesterday.Mrs. -
"00 I per lot and $750 for a 30 foot prices. I' carr .a*fulUlne of building .!, will you and, 'the mal i J. M. !Martin and daughter : : ij ,

strip of barren sand. Three beauts-- material t Sash, ,doors 'and blinds, (Madam" ) and the Kiddles ipand 'th<, visitea, : Florala yesterday.and : j ,
Green of Flor
!M.r- Gus family
fu! sites of five J lots each at $1500 forearh a specialty.. Joel Frater Baylen! St:: summer? -- -- -
ala visited the family of J. A. Merrill _
quarter block; not over 100 yds wharf. Ujune Why not. take a flyer (Our Flyer] n.cn db oC) J" : ,# .
.C.A.IL' ;
Sunday'laS1 ::
from electric car line. A. V. Clubbs. I to the finest Summer Country in' th? : fn*. '
j\lne Mr. Charlie Richbourg, salesmanfor Wbolcul and:B.Utl Dealer IBit .
.1 world! Cool, Bracing and Inylgora. King & Company, DeFunlak I
FOR SALE.-improved ana unlmproved Anthradte
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property in all parts o| the city.i ting Colorado. Springs, is spending a few days with Steam, Domestic O. A- I -_.; -
FOR SALE-Nice, clean old newspapers. 1. A. Wilson & Co., Real/ Estate Agents' It only takes a day. Leave St. Louh' r his father, Hon. ff.. F. Richbourg, of and Blacksmith W L* I
All whole and useful at home Room 1, Salisbury building.. Phone I on the Missouri Pacific at 900; & m. this place. Offlc& No. 43 South Palafox street Telephone U."lara' .
r m your stor Only five'cents per 23jauPJOXED The next morning early you are. li I Should the season continue good '
rtreeta.
172. comerTarragona and Gonzalez Phoces: 6 and 875TTTmTff :
bundle.FOR -
Colorado. will raise better !
this section crops r -* rEfwrv.__ lBTrTr MF < IiiTi MTi MTfcii ma i ,
is Write for -- <,
Living Cheap. descrip than any previous year.
SALE-For'. sanitary purposes tlon pamphlet-lIst of Boarding. House!I Mr. John Howell, a turpentine 7 '. THROUGH SERVICE
'"e have in stock Ground HydrateJ picked'Up.UP : etc. operator from near Blackman was In : ; VIA ;
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Tennessee Lime in strong'paper bags : r LOW RATES town yesterday. "I L.&N.E.&T.H.andC.&E.l.
) I Your : : :
*: lbs. at 25 cents at ware house.oi : -Red'. nd'white spottedcow To' Denver,.July 9th to 14th acconfii't Marshal J. L. Rhodes has laid the Order-

n V! Hubbs, corner Gregory and A'ca- having Jpore\red. than white I; meeting B. P. O. Elks. foundation for his residence on East I ICE COAL and 'WOODI 2 NASHVILLE Yestlbulell Through TO Trains CHICAGO Daily j O
z.
SJune, spots, weighing 275 to 300( Ibs., about' To San Francisco, June 24th ;t<, street THROUGH SLEEPERSAMODAYCOACHEB :
I 8 or 9 years ,old. Been ,around my'I July 6th.' Mr. Sam Ciary, of Magnolia was f'reD1 heI KEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO! '
FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire place past 18 months. 'Owner can; To Colorado and Salt Lake City al I I among friends and relatives at Lau-el I Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company. CININQ CARS SERVING ALL MEALS E3 ROUTE ,'

hogs; best of breeding. Ask for have same, fey .proving* property 'and summer.. Hill this week. : omce--Cornei Chile and Tarragoai. Phone 259. O.H.B1LUUNC.P.A_c .. S.L ROOEiS.IJca."If.. '
catalogue. Carl Setterlind Chipley, paying charges' UE..-. .Henderson, !I. E. REHLANDER' ;Me,. John Steel of Bethel was In i tvfl..YLL& cA.vMI.L TEUM.an

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In being able to settle upon a ii elothier IS cuptsa:CENTS sHisNi"BASTES EACH; 8 FOR SS SKIS CENTS, .

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that they can depend upon. Too many Pt' .''If' Of CLUCTT ... MOHA.CM 8MUIT ElECTRIC.lIGHTS

stores cater for transient business look Formed Dixie!
Corporations in .
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I Favors Drainage But Udminlstra' -.
ahead to the chance of new '
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customers, and don't take proper care of the I ; Chaa.coal!, tion.I Is_ Sail! to.Ba Opposed .Jto Y \tItfJ''it"\r--" ';: ,,,.,-''..- t"j.. APPLYwAT':;.::' ; .:- ,-,: ..

old. With us it is just the reverse t l Just Passed d.I d. : ,; ,:t Him. :.:;': '= :.VPENSACOLAELECTRIfi' ,

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We Buy and Sell Clothingto i t Chattanooga, Tennr- : June" 2L-: very fine stock ,and will deliver TERMINAL COMPANY.th'

Many of the new industries' established orders promptly in any J. "'. Watson: of Dade county, who' .

the end that we may hold all our old customers in the South during the week,! ending amount. was elected speaker of the house of

to-day, as reported.to The Tradesman Representatives several leafS agog; .
and through them gain new ones, 1 1 I I. 363. I nc:7.: "" -
,'show heavy capitalization: 'whica Telephone. an:l who will be a member cf-the next

and it is to such careful thought in this | evidences a continuation ,of the policy I lesislatiire: ,. is again a candi-.a'e: for! -=
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SEWELLWoodand ,:::rii. "="';:' direction that we rank "as the biggest and of. doing things on a large some. ,speaker o*. the .house says the Jack """

Those which are capitalized at over a ?onv :Metropolis.: Mr. "WUtooa in : PAID TO WIDOW"I
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of Coal $4,639:00
in West
most reliable clothing house all < million dollars each .include- steel Company i tie campaign declared himself as favorable -

plant in Alabama, a machine shop in . I '
Florida. This so far is our busiest : to drainage yet it is understood -
year, beg.to acknowledge receipt of check for $4,639.00 ine;'te-
:. Georgia, and an investment company, that the administration forces
which fact the confidence [ in Missouri.In ment of c: lm undei.pol'cy on tae life of my: late husband. I wish :o
bespeaks our are Jincd up. ;against hm in his con-'
the list of those capitalized' Mal thank you and the Society for the prompt and satisfactory ;;e".: P
i mile Grocery Co. test. The administration has not centered -
customers in our'methods.. Remember : of claim." :
we between $500.000 and $1,000,000"are on a! candidate: and it is.doubtful ment
two land companies in Louisiana; : afuel ,! This is '.a copy ;of a letter received from a lady in Pensaco.a.
sell everything that man and boy wears. 604, 605 S. Palafox St. if they- will be able to do so, as
the settlement made by THE EQFj.TABLE.
showing prompt in
company in Missouri, thre* land three .ambitious! lawmakers from
Phone 723. thati' nearly instance in this city, THE EQUITABLE has been
I and investment companies in Oklahoma side of the house are desirous of every th
an irrigation company in Virginia V. J. PAL, Manafer.We ; lag speaker. 1 I. first to' make settlement Original letter on file in this office.

I a lumber company.and an'oil It is said: that I. L. Farris of this
and gas company in West Virginia. carry a full line of Imported andDomestic I Insurance, Gen'i Ats;
THE JOHN WHITE STOREPhone j Provisions.We city, is :Very anxious for the position! Kn'owRes Bros
Groceries and
I Below these figures the ngw" industriesof and some' of his friends here declare Fire, Life; ensaco13

the week range in capitalizationfrom want your patronage.SAFES that lie 'will begin a campafgn for the'I! ...., .... .,...
the half million dollar markdown : "'"'"""' ''''''''- -
225 205.207 S. PALAFOX position( : While! Mr; Farris was strongiy )I ,
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to $10,000, although' it will be c
theaitiadmlnistratlon
supported In Jacksonville by
I observed from a persiial of, thelistf .. ,, SAFES 1 SAFES 1 SAFES! \ forces he was also : -
'.MiII that quite a number of those .whuh AIe01001/100110.11101116060000000efi101i1011e0e1e11va'3N
I Liebold Safes backed ,by many friends of Broward.He .
Buy : ; aC70F.a3.
are among the most Important have did',.not commit himself on the :

If you are interested In a Dental Education, mEl this Coupon to the not Tradesman's reported their list"'of capitalization.The Industries :. Scarritt Moreno, Agent.pany. drainage*scheme, however. Fr ends : iron Works and Supply
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DENTISTRY Southern Dental College for beautiful,illustrated free Catalogue.: new of Governor Broward in Jacksonville, : .
for the week isas follows
DR. S..W. roSTER Dean '100 N.Butler St.,Atlanta, Ga. : S however, declare that Farris is one Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, f
Alabama. of the most enthusiastic! admirers that FORGINGS,' MILL +AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
Send me Catalogue No.27'of Southern Dental College. Birmingham$25,000 mine;. $10 Flat River-f4,000 land company.JopIntConcentratln'g the governor has ia the who'e state, ': RE!=>>AIRS! '_.A' SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all orders *
M Thiso ] 000 investment company; n, OO.OOJ : mill. and they believe that the admln'stration : *
T Uy or night;: Agents for James McKay & Co.'s .celebrated Log
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NAME ________ steel works. Alba-SV ning company. will throw its strength to him. Al Timber Dogs also Chains of all descriptions.: Office phone 123 Rest *
Gadsden- Rolling mill; $150,000 Carthage-Mining company. One of the best qualified men in the p dence phone 1029. ;fp- '0. Box 123.: PHIL WITTMAN Mgr.IF :
ADDRESS .._... power plant.Bridgeport450.WO. Kansas City'Foundry. state for speaker of the house is Hon. oo3mcoooeee eaeosoooooe eoeotseooooo o4 oe'eeeesaoI
mining. com North Carolina.! George Matthews, the brainy rep- ,
pany. Ruthrford-$25,000 resentative from Mar'on county i
Holfywood-$30,000 lumber com veneer company. I OIIN iOAI<'H NN11.111e 00110e11011111101 1100ee11//
Mooresboro-Cotton milL There was no drainage issue in that
BOSSO'SIce pany. sit Tarboro-$100,000 knitting m'-lI. county, and Matthews being
SHIPPING NEW Selma-$5,000 lumber company.' Ashevi'le-Saw mill. tive, it is. thought would be conserva-I i i

Re'scueviU2-Saw Arkansas.Argenta mill.. Moore'sville-Oil mill. candidate in !In case of WOMEN ONLY KNEW
Cream Factorycan Durham-Brick works. ants'in the respective factions. E. S.
ijght and Power plant Oklahoma.Guthrle$250,000 Matthews) : of Bradford county, is beIng ; 4
'Powhattan $100,000 ,mines. I the perfect comfort a gas cooking range affords::> them in
furnish you cream In Arrived. construction company strongly urged for the position by their kitchens, there's not a one, we earnestly bel evt .
any quantity. Satisfaction Magician, Br ss, Raby, 3271, Liver spring Little bed Rock factory.Paragould$100,00-$5,000 mattress' and" ; $150,000 investment company; his friends i I ,. but-thai would insist on a gas stove being instal ed in: :
pool to A. A. Brown & Co. $500,000 development $25 It generally agreed that Hon.
guaranteed. land company; their kitchen before another nightfalL The fuel is fit
Cleared., company. 000 investment company; $500,000land Hunt Harris, of Key West, stands the|; i Iivered4rlghtintothe: range through-a small pipe and o
PHONE 1326 Dharwar Swed bk, Olsson, 1238,for Florida. and lumber company; $100,090 best chance of securing the presidencyof all you: ihive: to do is to turn a valve and scratch ,t .
SAM BOSSO. Prop. Rio Janeiro, wth: 903,000 s ft lumber. Pensacola $5,000 electrical supply mines; $100,000 importing company; the senate. At present no other match. |when, presto your fire is ready for instant cooking :
Donna Christina, Am sch, McLead, company; $10,000 grain company. $150,000 ice company; $125,000 manufacturing name is being mentioned in this: con- i. 'iDon't .
165, for Belize, with 229,000) s ft lum Jacksonville-!Uron company; plan company; $300,000 oil company nection. It is believed that Mr. Harris .
4 ber. ing mill : has already enough votes pledgedto Cost. !But $13.. i
Georgia. .
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Sailed v r
Blackburn $10,000 i development( secure the position.
Mexican, Br ss, for Liverpool. Macon-$1,000,000 machine shop. company. '- ,. -- Installed-and ready for use. Wail be glad! to have ;>ou\ :
Athens Foundry and machine La wton-$39,000 development com I: : ;\call tand-.see one .in operation at our office :

VESSELS IN PORT. shops.'Waynesboro-Electric light plant. pany. BASEBALLAmerican ensac'Aia'' Gas Company
Steamships.Burnby Grand-$5,000 telephone sytem. : :
J jCartersville--$25,00 electric light
Br ss, Thomas, 2361, Gal- Kingfisher-Creamery. '
veston to the W. S. Keyser Co. plant. South Caroling! i Phone 148.. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. j a'a'IiIINIO
Dora Baltea. Ital ss, Figari.! 2601, Indian Territory. League.
That means, good luck, but it don't Genoa, to Gulf Transit Co. Davis $5,000 amusement ..company.$5,000 Inman-Knitting mi'l. "Washington 2,,New York 1. .N0010.101101................0eos/e0.o/....,
Spartanburg-$25,000' foundry and
require good luck to buy good clothingand I Dundonian, Br ss Smith, 2123, New amusement company.: machine shop. .Philadelphia, 'B sfbn" 6.- ..... ,- -" -.ja. .
Orleans to F.'0. Howe & Co. TiSmore-$6,000 gin and cotton ,Chicago 5, .Detroit 0. '
furnishings, but
E. Saltmarsh company. esburg-$5OOO warehouse com St. Louis 2, Cleveland 12. need have no terrors for you:
O. Br ss, Rogers 2319,
Good Common SenseShow Liverpool to Gulf Transit Co. Kentucky.' pany. WASH' DA' Y if you send your washing to
Timmonsville-$5,000 hardware: com
Louisville $10,000 development National
Eariswood Br. ss, Fayn, 1840, FtInglls League. The New Method
your good sense by calling on t to J. A. Merritt & Co. company. pany.'. 'Boston 9; Brooklyn 1. :: Laundry,
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me for your Summer Outfit Suit, Hat, Federica, Aust. ss, Zar 2261, New Louisiana. Tennessee. V' New York'4, Philadelphia 1. PHONE use .t; W. LAWRENCE, Prop. No.8 WEST RON19AsDOt
Shoes, Hosiery and Underwear and Orleans, to Gulf Transit Company. New OiCaans! -$40,000 'manufacturing Chattanooga$150,000 ;cotton gin Pittsburg.2 St. Louis 1. J <

you will have the good luck to get the Huttonwood, Br, ss, White,2533, St. company; $25,000 importing and company; $15,000 skating rink. No others scheduled.
best goods, as well as the nobbiest Vincent to Gulf Transit Co. manufacturing company; $30,000: im .eI.11phis-nOOoo cotton company. "'
and neatest at the least money. I t Louisianan, Br ss, TVTood, 2385, New provement company; $20,000 coal and Kerrville-,Saw mill. 01Humboldt Southern League. I Want No Little Cozy Corner'Without
And don't forget B carry a full line Orleanes to the W. S. Keyser Co. coke company; $10,000 ice factory; -Marble works. Little Rock 0. Atlanta 4.
of Boys' Clothing, Shoes, Hosiery and Marian,'Br ss, Hogg, 1218, Newport $500.000 land company- $51)000) grani- '. -"(Button factory. Shreveport 2, Birmingham 3. .
Hats. News to Pensacola Lumber Co. lithe company; land company; $500- Texas. Memphis 3, Montgomery 1. an

Beginning June 20, to July 1, Monvlso, Ital ss, Revello, 2774, New 000, land company; $50,000.navigationand Bryan-Electric light company; gas New Orleans 2, Nashville 1. ELECTRIC FAN and ELECTRIC LIGHTS
10 PER CENT DISCOUNTon Orleans to Gulf-Transit Co. gravel company; $50,000 mining plant.

all Clothing for cash. Parkwood Br ss, Hubbard, 1102, company; $25,000: lumber and export Giddings-$5,000 land company. South Atlantic League PENSACOU ELECTRIC, COMPANY
1 Yours for good goods, Cardiff to Pensacola Lumber Co. ccmpany.Thibodeaux. Fort Worth-$25,000 mines; $20- Macon 3, Charleston 2.
-$100,000 cane cuttermanufacturing 000 fuel $20,000 buildingand Jacksonville 1, '
company; Augusta 3.
I 502 S. Saylean St. Phone 570.
Ships. company. loan company. Savannah 0, Columb'a 3. :,
' JOS.COLEMAN Harvest Queen, Brit ship, Forsyth Plaucheville Cotton 'gin. Riesle-$7,000 cotton gin. uWEARE -
; Rio Janiero to order.NordstJernhen. (Winchester-$200,000 'building and svllle-$500OCO: irrigation ..com Tf you knew the value of Chamber

Nor ship, 1,635. loan company.Mississippi. pany. It lain's Salve ;you would never wish to
212 S. Palafox St. Iraksen La Guayra to W. S. Keyser .' Dallas-$100,000 mining company: ; be without it Here are some of the : AGENTS FOR
& Co. Thibodeaux-$100,000 cane, cutter $10,000 produce company; amusement diseases for which it is especially:
Phone 727. Barks. manufacturing company. company. va'/uabla: : Sore nipples trapped
De-gregorl' Gio Botto, Ital bk. 1294. Ai 'deen-$loo.000 oil and fertile Ban Antonio $100,000 development hands burns, frost bites! chilblains;, SOUTHERN BRICK CO. and McMILLAN BRICK CO.

l Genoa, to Rossasco Bros. izer company. company. chronic sore eyes, itching piles, teeter >.. i
I Dharwar, ;$wed, bk; Olssen, 1238, Merrill-$50,000 lumber company. Wilmer-$5,000 gin and., mill- com salt rheum and eczema. Price, Have twb .mllIion'g: dl, hard-burned brick ready for shipment
Rosedale
Buenos Ayres to Fr. J. Schreyer. -$10,000 lumber company.Hattie&burg : pany. 25 cents per boy. For sale by all

If King Malcolm, It bk Gun, 1233 Ge- 4150,000. ; ,telephone Houston-)$25,000 oil company.: druggists.. : .$$.00' per thousand, f: o. b. at kiln. Get our
f Gentlemen r.oa to Huges & Co. company. Crockett-$15,000 lumber company. I i -
s Luisa, ItaL bk;/lSSl,, Montano, from Jackson-"Fertilizer factory. Stamford'$30,000 mill and elevator -------- prices 04. .Builder's Hardware and Lumber.unqars .
i Brookhaven-$50,000 brltk} works. .
Nolloth to master company. \ 1
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Monrovia, Nor bk,. 1449. Aase Missouri. Beaumont oF:
Hamburg -$10,000 company. Mill
Show Your Canton-$4,000 creamery. | COffEE Company
[ to order dunning-$20,000( lumber company. ,
Galena-.Hine.
Port Sonoclan,* Uruguay bk 1112, Virginia.
Ferres, !Mentevideo to German American St. Louis-$5,000 frog and switch Buena Vista-Creamery and ice fan I. Phone 717. 21 East Garden Sireat.
Lbr. Co. company; fuel saving company; $10- tory. .
I Good Cents Spero, Nor bk 623, Bostlg, Las 000 lumber company; $12,000'deyelo- Norfolk $25,000 manufacturing: Wears the Ptoussr .
ment $500,000 fuel company !
Palma. company; .
lumber Coffee
f: company; $25,000 com!>'my.I Roasters of
Sterling, Nor bk, Bllepsen Labita ; $30,000 land company; $5,000 I Marion 3500,000 lumber company. N\
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I r and get good values. Bay to order. embossing company; $50,000 invest Petersburg $60,000 lumber com- West Florida. '

f' "Wtoen you show your Schooners. ment company; $2,500,000( investmentcompany pany. JUST RECEIVE! ONE SOLID CARLOAD OF WINDOW GLASS ?

I good cents here, it is a Donna Christina, Am. sch, :McLeod. ; $10,000 automob'le company (Suffolk-$50,000) lumber craipany ONE SOLID CARLOAD OF GARY'S MAGNESIA ROOFING, 2000(}
; signal for a display of 165, Belize. ; manufacturing coinpariy$200" R'chmond-$25COO vinegar com i '
r the nobbiest and swellest Elizabeth T. Doyle, Am sch, Croucher 000 manufacturing company; $35,000 pany; $25,000 development company: ; : nnH'UC'H't'I 8' LNDn WHITE CEDAR 'PO rS. EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEBUILDING.
i r: summer clothing 641 New York to order. wooden ware company; moding' : and $100,000 shock binder company. .

t' Frances T. Tunnell Am sch, Tun- manufacturing company., ; $100,000 Radford-Lumber company. Phone 11.. "t H. G. DeSILVA & COVV .

I k Hats, Shoes nell Marrow, 1239, N.Philadelphia Cobb, Am to sch order., Saunders, land St.company.,Char'es: -$8,000 land company. Williamsburg Pulaski-Paning: $5,000 m'11. brick com have no equal. A trial ''t/.' .....Y"... ...W..l.A.: ...., :,,. iA/WVV VA............,........v..v.............""N .

260, Havana, to master. Holt $50,000 telephone company., pany. will convince con-
: and Barkentine. Sarcoxpi-$5,000 telephone '
company
t" ,3ester-$20OO() ) bu'lding and
Hubert Fuller, Am barkentlne, 679. ; concentrating company; mine. loan company. :.noisseur that we

li tFurnishings: Nash ver. ., Port-.1 of Tampa, to C. W. Oli- "Wientworth Concentrating com- Alexandria! -$100,000 disti-lery. make no extravagant N1fED 10 Rf
HamIton-$50.000 milling company. ;
4' Brig. West claims. 6
Virginia.
t To be found in Pensacola. Jennie Hurl ert; Am brig, "Wright,
I Milton-($10,000) oil company. t1I
In fact you couldn'tfind 418, Havana to J. A.-Merritt & Co. FREEJLBOOKKEEPING Charleston-$100,000 mining com "

1; better quality go pany;. $200,00 land company; flour Wholesale and RetailGROCERS ff
f: where you will. Our Stetson G. B. Burnhans Testifies After Four and gr'st mill $35.000.
company;
t f', Hat, soft and stiff,at
AND
SHORTHANDto Princeton works
Years. -$10,000 bottling ;
$3.50 is a winner; other
\ Hats from $1.50 G. B. Burhans., of Carlisle Center, FIVE persons in each'county,de&irtnirtotakersonal $25,000 milling and construction com /
L up; instruction who will .
within
30 '
daysclip
L- Straw Hats at any old N. Y.. writes: "About four years and SEND this notice to either of pany. :- r..r.-
t l price, with some mighty a'go I wrote you stating that I had Kimball-J100.000 lumber company. and all kinds of Feed
good at 75c and been entirely cured of a severe kid Evenwood-$600,000 lumber com '
ones a DRAVOHON'Montgomery s.f You Can Sweep Up Dead
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dollar. Summer negli- ney trouble by taking less than two pany. .
", { gee Shirts 75 cents and a bottles of 'Foley's Kidney Cure. Jt \vliamson-4S00OOO; oil and 'gas Cockroaches by the Panful
I. dollar. entirely stopped the brick dust sedI- company.' L any Morning, if the Night
: ment, and pain and symptoms of kid 04imJ4FCPlltp Beard-$100,000 lumber
t.r ney disease disappeared. I am glad : Water'Wholesale
. i ---- to say that I have never had a returnof ; Atlanta Raleigh, Columbia Sir Knights, Attention! ,

: t four any years of those that have symptoms elapsed during and I the am son, Miss., Shreveport, Dallas' or Jack. Regular conclave ol::1 I Ij ', -.:; t: )

H. n. ANSON evidently cured to;stay cured and We also teach EY 51AHJ successfully, of \ % Coeur De Leon Commaridery" and Retail. }

heartily recommend Foley's Kidney EEFTOTD MONEY. Law Penmanship Aritlinetic ,, No. 1 j \ r.ii" Roach Paste
I Cure to any' one suffering from kid. Letter-"V""ritinfr, Drawing, Cartooning Templar 7:30 ,,.--
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bladder trouble. For sale I Business English Banking et& \ : Co Your money back jilt fsllti to ezt :.. ed Bugs. Water Bug,eta
CASH CLOTHIER ney or by r2? Colleges m ,18 Stetaa S300000.00 p, m. Monday, June New Orleans Grocery It it aura death la Bata' 11\of doors to dIe.
W. "pfAIemberte, druggist. and Capital .17,years'success. Indorsedbybnsi.passmen Small Six, 25 Cuts;; ..' ; s the q...tit|) $1.00
apothecary.. for catalofr. o rCSRIOIsecured vacation;enter an.taw. \Vrita I 23. S.i4.raywhre;Ir -.- .," receipt ol price S

i Corner Palafoi and Male, YOU MUST mordel''to fret Home or/DNETREFDIDEL Study FREE, HAERT W: GIBBS, Jas. STEARNS' ELECTRK ; f,. -. hlcagolll.U.S.
REMEMBER THE 0. R, C. PICNIC! wrttenow thus:"I desire to know E. C,.l McHugh ,
ONJUNE 23. AND BE PREPAREDTO mora II.boULfOtU'sperial&meStud101ermade I I -: : : : ,i"Ji. ,; =' : .:;
l ENJOY YOURSELF jn9tf I mthL- ,Tmhlish edlt. '" W. HENRY NEE-DMAM. Recorder. I.Phone "105. Proprietor. _- .., '_. : -- :-

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