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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 24, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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GUBERNATORIAL. CONTEST. THE ISTHMUS PANAMA FROM EXECUTIVE MANSION :;'


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(fill Follow Footsteps of Bryan Nn COMPROMISE[ -r ,- STIJOHN'S DAY I Ii Il IS Again the Sobject of Much Discussion

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Announcing ON N PILOTAGE[ OF CHARGES YeeksWillProhahlyBe :., TO GETDepanment CELEIIjlTEDIT[ l [ n T [ States Senate.CONFIRMS >-'l.


THE: LAKE CITY ROW BARNESFor

Green and Doremus Not Guilty of : Accompanied by Believes Indictmentof

MEASURE[ T FLORALA l
Taft and Shoots. '
People Much Agitated Over Removal Conspiracy and Bribery in SelI Leaders of Standard Postmaster at Washington by

of I curing Busines: Could Not Be Secured. I : _.
University.CENSUS Voteof36tol6.
VOYAGE WILL BE MADE ON ONE

Offer of President Carriers' As OF THE BIG CRUISERS:--EXECUTIVE Big Crowd Attended Annual Event 1 .

( OF DADE COUNTY WILL sociation Emphatically Declinby -' Washington By Associated June 23.-The Press acquittal BELIEVES INTERESTS OF Washington( By Assocrated, .' June Press.23.-'Although in Thriving South Alabama DRAMATIC SCENES IN EXECUTIVE :

SOON BE TAKEN-SURVEYOR to-day of former State Senator i WILL the department of justice has an- ; SESSION WHEN NOMINATION'
BE
Capt. J. Ed. O'Brien. and,. PEOPLE SUBSERVED
George 13. Green of New York' nounced its intention to commence City;
GENERAL'S OFFICE A SINECURE Willard D. Doreraus of this OF
city BARNES WAS UNDER CON.
l IF HE HAS PERSONAL KNOWLEDGE .
marks the climax of a trial lasting. criminal proceedings against the Standard ,-
-CONVICT J.EASE SYSTEM IS Special to The Journal. for four weeks.They were tried under OF CONDITIONS. Oil Co., the intimation is giveathat Special to The Journal. I DERATION TILLMAN WILL.
Washington, D. C. June 23.-F. S. I V Florala, Ala., Juae23.| -The annual.
indictments charging conspiracy I
it is doubtful if indctments can
OF FORMER
SCORED-HOME Pendleton, president of the Atlantic BRING MATTER UP IN OPEN
,
and bribery connected 'With the sale celebration of St. '
Joha's
day occurr
Carrier be found aganst such men as John D
Association who is here fighting I 1 ..
CALL of cancelling machines to' the i h'eretoday.and of visitors
GOVERNOR stamp hundreds SESSION OF
SENATE
for the pilotage regulations which By Associated ,Press. Rockefeller, H. H, Rogers and John TUESDAY
postal service. The charge was from nearby towns and the surrounding -
Representative.Llttl6fl ld.is trying to tlsed on allegations that they enter!I Washington ,June 23. It was an- D. A"rchbold. Department officals in- section crowded! the streets of
get considered to-day offered to
coro- ed into a conspiracy with George W. nounced at the White House today timated that while the departmentwould the city. 'iThe
Jefferson Bell. promise with Captain J. E>. OTBriei.\
By I By Associated Press.
Tallahassee, June 23.-From Tampa: presWent of the Pilot's! Association of Beavers by which they agreed to pay that President Roosevelt will make a press the prosecutions vigorously day was a gala!; one and the
[him dollars for each began ''Washington June '
this 23.-The
twenty- "e can- people early
arrlviag moraiag. aomlna
icints-i he story that Albert Gilchrist Pensacola who is looking after thpilot's visit to the Isthmua: Panama next it doubted if the Standard officials .
celling machine made by the Dore- By 10 o'clock there was an im-: tion of Benjamin F. Barnes
01 DeSoto is going abroad as soon interests. O'Brien emphatically fall. He will leave Washington in October could be reached any more than secretaryto
sold through crowd to heal the ad-
: present
mus procure
menSe
: company,. ; the
affairs declined to president to be
his business consider It. The postmaster at
ta he can arrange compromise neat of Beavers.CRAMPS. and be absent three week the presidents of railways. dresses of prominent men and partici-
they will not suffer in his absen e. was .in effect that all pilotage Washington
10 was confirmed: by the
No details of the-'trip have been 'We are not after mere clerks but pate In the ce1ebraton ;
the Tampa Herald, wheuBskeu on coastwise sailing vessels should .
According to
It is likely the : officials who have The celebration I is one which Is an- senate late this afternoon by a vote -;
worked
out yet. } -
the responsible
oy a reporter about his gubei- b'e !abolished and .that congress, president ;
sb,01111I carried out to commemoratethe of 36 -
nually to
16.
t(\torai! aspirations he was as co> fix a minimum rate of $3.50 p I will be accompanied by Secretary been violating the law5"; said a prominent -
achievments of Flor-
and uncertain as the proverbial for the pilotage of foreign vessels.! : l LOEST[ }I Taft and Chairman Shouts of the official: ala for the preceding and progress past twelve By the same vote the resolutionwas

n'ail1fD and announced that he is pre- The pilotage interests biieve the bill Canal Commission .and the trip wi'l Attorney General Moody refused to months, and this flourishing rity defeated providing for an investigation -
follow the footsteps of the will be beaten and are ready for the
to
)! of the
ranu incIdent
(bu'.. r'oUS Wil'iam' Jennings Bryan vote. probably. be taken on one of the big say when and where the prosecution never haa1 a more 4ppropriate celebration -. In March when

nound the world! and promised to A.W.M.One : cruisers but which;one has not yet would be commenced. than the- one!to-day. by the order of Mr. Barnes, Mrs.

ivw the question when he got back ant t -- BIDDERS[ ONVESSELS N been decided. under An immense the shade barbecue of frees was near served the; Minor Morris was ejected from the

from bolting the globe. I I White House.
The president hag long desired to town and was one ofl)the chief even's
Ithough, according to the Herald! in town 'was discharged Moatfay visit the scene of the canal and famii- of the day. i I The procedure the executive seas
Mr Gilchrist was non-committal on and the other is convalescent. Th sion of the
iarize himself with the act al situa-'OFFICERS[ H HERE[ [ The speakers dwel( upon the thrift senate was exceedingly
BI matters save perhaps the prosper. exposures were all vaccinated, and a and industry of the jCitizens and thageareal 'f aramatic. Senator Tillmaa went over
I'* of Tampa, there is absolutely: nu strict quarantine was maintainedand [ tion *there. believing. ,It 'would be oi progress an prosperity of: the testimony he had gathered preparatory
douln that he now intends to be :i no further cases are expected. I great, advantage tp...himself and the Florala. S ; to offering It to the committee -
candidate for governor at the next afked Df. Young if the Board of American people if.he had personal: when it refused to enter into an

election. I Health anticipated any outbreak of facts. Investigation of the Morris lacldear.
knowledge of the
mn [EVERITT[
Agitation of Lake City. I I. yellow fever this year, and his answer .The has- abandoned the AGED WOMAN WAS Senator Tillmaa drew from under
Chapter 5381 of the laws of Florida was very adroit, "The Board of Concern president : his desk the black silk skirt worn by
Underbid New York $45
continues the ol Health anticipates idea of a western trip luring the coming
to agitate people never an epidem- .. u. : Mrs. Morris when she was carried (or
Lake City. Tha situation has assumeda iubut a close watch and is always autumn. He received so many Invitations BURNED TO DEATH dragged) as he declared from the
ludicrous phase lately. The city of ready to deal with one. The history 000 on Ships of f South Carolina'and that it was impossible ac White House. The skIrtwas torn

Lake City recently was granted an or yellow fever epidemics, shows that a' 'small fraction of them C COOPER[ r- and muddy showing clearly the imprints .
cept even
injunction to restrain the State Boardof they generally! repeat themselves." Michigan Class. By Associated Press of shoes.

Education and Control from pact t i Convict Lease System. and decided to :give, up.. the trip. Sharon, Ga.. June !123.I -The mother No attempt was made by any sen
Ing and removing the equipment of The convict lease system came in of W. P. McKeon, i promInent citiZen -Ir ator' to defend the action of the po
the University from Lake City to for a severe scoring at the hands: oi I, Associated Press. J t f was burned to heath this 'after; lice. Senator Carter said if there

Gainesville. Notwithstanding the in- the: Gooa1 Roads Convention hr4is- : .. ash1ngtou By ," Juae-,t. S.;;..w-J.lUa.' n1 : iJNESVtit-E ;&t : Captain. J fterideth. J an'dJss1stn l I noon. Her home $5, discoYered on haj been any assault oa Mrs. Mortis -
junction the agents of' the Bo&rds are "'eek. A letter from Ron.- W. L: Cramp & Sons Ship and lngineBut1d- fire and the old Ia3y-- entered the ,. the police were alone to Warn '

busy packing the, goods. Nathan Palmer was read before-the; convene ing Co., of Philadelphlawas! .the low DESTRUCTIVE'_ 'FIREl 5 District AttDrney---Trainer- house to ,save some{ valuable papers He said Barnes 'Was not responsible
Bryan, Chairman of the Board of Con tion in which, among otherthings est bidder today for ships of'the Michigan wa9 overcome By> siatfke ana! could for what happened outside of the' '
trol is walking around' With a chip on'Ms be said: "The present convict lease Caroina: ;with % By Associated Press Reach the not be rescued.KANSAS. ; offices. '
South type Ciiy.
shoulder daring the city of Lake system, is a disgrace to a civilized' and GainesvilleFla., June 23.- # Senator Tillmaa gave notice that
City to knock it off by arresting him people as' now operated ;under some machinery prescribed by the navy the department -, Fire here today caused a bss & he would repeat in open session next

for violating the injunction so he can of the leases and I suppose. it is sufficiently The bids known includes cass: prescribed 1-I of about thirtyv4ive ,thousandS NEEDS Tuesday the remarks he had mada
machinery
get the matter into the Supreme bad under all the- leases. I as build dollars, 'partially"insured.. The Captain Merideth, one of Sheriff; i behind closed doors that the people

Court the habeas corpus route it appears will not venture into the details of bids' of arid this the Cramps for 3540000.offer to & principal es are S. J. Thorn- # Mat Long's special deputies and Assistant HARVEST HANDSBy of the country might be made familiar -
shIps type
is the only way to arrive there. tha objections to the system; 'and i 7'ta3 & Co., Merchant & Company & Trainer with the entire affair.
York Building Co. Prosecuting Attorney
The New Ship
The people of Lake City perhaps do not propose that ,our report 'shall i$ /Saunders & Earle and two cars *II ;
have some rIght!' to feel aggrieved, venture Into that line, but that we made the next higher bid on this class of the Air 1'ne and a ware- both of New Orleans reachea' the city

they certainly do feel badly used. I (V) .r&>ort the advantages and the 355000. I I it iouse belonging to the Atlantic $ yesterday morning, coming after Associated Press VITAL STATISTICS
read "bi'l! of I As one firm lis, allowed to build only I' who Topeka, Kas., Jue 23. Governor
the particulars" in their good results that will be accomplished i$ Coast Line. & Eevrett Cooper, the young man .
injunction suit yesterday and it is as by placing the convicts of the. one ship the second. bid will doubtlessbe was captured last week by Marshal Hoch today sent dispatches to officials
'long as the moral law. In it the state in constructing good roads in. accepted if the department deddee if $$ -$ Schad and who is wanted in New of the Santa Fe railroad and OF PAST WEEKRECORD .
Joint boards are charged with numer- the state. I know in advance that i to accept this plan for both'ships., Orleans for breaking jail. chairman of the Western Passenger

ous sins of omission. Gainesville's such a suggestion will meet with: which is regarded probable. Contemplating that probably a legal Association at Chicago, saying, "Kan-

c.aim to superior moral and educa- positive and strong objections it will 4CORNELL fight would ,be made to prevent Cooper sas must have eight![thousand harvest OF MARRPAGES, BIRTHS

onaj atmosphere seems to be about run up against one,of the most force WILL' DELIVER being carried to New Orleans Mr. hands within a week: or much of "the
the hardest thing for them to swal-- ful influences in the state but in my. CRES[ Trainer, who is connected with the crop will be lost. I ?Appeal, to you. AND DEATHS AS OFFICIALLY

!c.w Speaking of the means used by judgement the public mind of the prosecuting attorney's office, accom-

Gainesville to obtaIn the locatioa- people will be in deep sympathy with ANNUAL ADDRESSDR. : ranied the special deputy and if SMITH AND! HO WELL RECORDED. '
the University there, the bill allegesthat the suggestion that the convicts be thereare any legal proceedings: in-
they laid great stress on "pra- put to making good roads." No one tituted he will represent New Or
nded newspaper sentiments In the denies that the good roads movement' ViCTORIOUS IN leans. I IN JOINT DEBATE The following Is a record of the

lorm of clamorlngs in such behalf, has grown to such proportions that, ANDREW SLEDD, OF .STATh! Th officers visited the city jail yesterday vital statistics of the past week, as

telegrams:! letters speeches: anin.! 'it has become a demand from every: morning and saw Cooper, taken from the records of the county
UNIVERSITY WILL SPEAKAT
K-nMssiona in various manner an1 : part of the state, but there will hard whom Captain :Merideth Jdeatlfiea''! as By Associated Press. judge and city clerk:

form Including a puerile assertions ly be' any change made in the convict HIGH SCHOOL-COM- the boy who escaped from New Orleans Atlanta June 23.-I- oke. Smith and Marriages.
of superior 'atmosphere' for and on lease system, as far as the state convicts RCESWon [ nearly two years ago Olark Howell, candidates for the democratic White-W. P. Hansen to Sarah E. -
the part of Gainesville, alleged not are concerned for a long time. MENCEMENT. : Cooper was yesterday turned over nomination ;|for governor of Robertson Bastino Patine to Bettl

t-1 be enjoyed by sister cities." Unfortunately people charge to the by the city authorities to the county Georgia, met In the third joint debateof Linton Stephen E. Williams to Taora

Census of Dade. system adopted: and operated by the I where he is held for being a fugitive the campaign at- Rome today. A Rhenberg, C. H. K.T. Olsen to Alma
Board of State Institutions the scan from justice. As he will not return greeted: the speakerswho Handyside, Edward C. Pyle to Eva
tMr H. S. Elliott of the Department Peasacolians will learn with pleas- large audience
Oi Statistics of the office of the Commissioner aaloug and outrageous instances of ure that Dr. Andrew Sledd president Two Out of Three Events,at without a requisition. the necessary spoke along liqes already familiar W. An''erson Peter Genere to Emma
treatment of county convicts that have been applied for, and will Merretta Arthur J. Williams to Magagie
of Agriculture! has just of the University of Florida, is to d!- papers to the voters of peorgia.
returned have stirred the public mind. I thin Meet of Intercollegiate probably arr've! during the early por- Bergia P. A. Rutherford to L. V,
from Miami where he went to liever the annual address at the commeacemeat -
make I assert a positive fact easily verified tion of this week. Both officers will Hobbs, Arthur G. Bryan to Lula May
Pens.i'cola
the
of
exercises
arrangements for the taking of
the when I say that in every instance of remain here until they arrive.It NEWS NOTES Bray, W. E. Calvin to Mabella Andrews <
Is Ass'n.By
census for Dads County. Mr. Elliott High School Dr. Sledd one Rowing .
inhuman treatment of convicts tha is possible that legal proceedingswill Frank A. Booner to Louisa
appointed Mr. R H. Seymour of of the foremost educators of the;I
:Miami has been made public it has been a be instituted to free Cooper at ANDREWS Handlon.
enumerator and arranged for, south. and his reputation as an ora.
a county, not a state convict that has least it has been spoken of. OF ST. Colored-George Roberts to Jose.bine .
deputy in each of the election : is also extensive. \Re has quitea
-
precincts tor
been the victim. It certainly is' the Associated Press. .! : Beard, John N. Carter to Mary
except Miami, where there will number of friends in this city, who
policy and intention of the men who ; Y. King, Alonzo Potter to Ella James
b four Poughkeepsie, N. June 23.-'l'he
5 The him his
work of the
numbering will be glad to greet upon
SpecIal to T&e Journal.
have charge of these unfortunate Fitts, Richard Salter to Carrie King,
citizens Asesociationlheld SUMMARY OF
of Dade will be speedily cared visit. .1:: IntercollegiateRowing 123.: Mr .and Mrs.G. .
creatures to see that they are humanely St Andrews, June Cooper Uohnson to Lizzie Hicks, Wll
to the on and the results will be given treated'and to this every 'effort The commencement, exercises occur its annual regatta here today I M. West of Chipago! are visiting; lie Lopez to Efeeie Williams Raah
public eight and extensive' WEATHERYesterday
within thirty-five day and care within their reach is next Friday three events being rowed In two of! THE Mr. and Mrs. F. A.J j Witherill at the tell Whittington to Kate Heraandez

An Official Sinecure. directed. preparations eventHOUSE are being made 'for the, I I which Cornell was victorious: taking I "Palms," but intend- leaving soon for Ned Edmons to May Thomas, John
Secretary, of Stat'e H. Clay Crawford Governor Call's Home.I annual second place in the other. Panama City where iMr. West is largely Dunn to Mamie Taylor.

s in receipt of a' notification came upon it so suddenly that I The first event, the four-oared: was one of the warm "interested. Births.
from Present Roosavelt stating that was startled, hfd in a 'tangle of "the PASSED 'Varsity race of two miles was won' days of the year, and those who were The schooner "Lrny< H." and launch"Dorothy" White-To S. D. Bennett and wife
the rpceni order for the abolIshment forest primeval" right i11the mid..: by'.Cornell in 10:351-5. Syracuse was I compelled to be out in the sun during I I have beeii sold to Mr. Tom a boy; to W. A. Northworth and
0: 'n<- office of Surve 'or-General of of Aadersoa. by Mr, L. M. wife a boy to H. W. Roberts and
of the town. It is well named The second by thirteen seconds or five! the mi,idle of the day and afternoon, Sayles ;
Florida on June 30th 1906 has been Grove the beautiful old home of Gov.eraor PURE FOOD BILL I lengths behind. Columbia third and. felt the heat considerably. The max Ware and the lafge schooner belonging wife, a boy.ColoredTo.

!rodifktt! : 1 so as to make it effective I CalL The handsome old man Pennsylvania fourth. i imum temperature yesterday according to Mr. Studebaker _has .been James Long and wife,

June> BOth 1907. C. H. Parlin who slon sits. well back in the 15-acro 'The second race for freshman.! to weather bureai statistics was bought by Mr. Ware t a b/y; to Will Streety and wife, a

had bees appointed to succeed Genera tract of wood'laad? all that is left of a Press. eight-oared two miles, was won by'. &G degrees ;at 3:10 .p. m., while the Mr Claude Conne'J, of Wewahltchka, boy; to C. Pinkstoa and wife a girl;
) Associated
ttVks will By night! with his aunt, Richard Gaston and wife girl.
make as Surveycr-Geaeral magnificent, estate. It is directly at June 23. -The house Syracuse in 9:513Cornell second; i minimum was 79 degrees at 5 a. m. spent Sunday to a
rn, bond, and take charge of the end of Adams, the street that Washington ; Mrs. Joe Gainer. : Deaths.
Wisconsin third; Columbia fourth and Observer.Reed In his daily sum
,
ia- office. Governor Bloxham says'taai runs from the west side of the Capitol passed the pure food till today by a Pennsylvania fifth. I II weather conditions yesterday Mr. E. Day after-a year's absence, White- some years ago aa order was issued south to-ward Bellair and north vote of 240 to 117. 1 I event the 'Varsity 1! mary of is visiting his moth r.Jud'ge abc ss of liver; infant of W. H.
,! The last was said
bin! rflr the abolishment of the office to the doorsteps of the famous old 'At 4:30: the house took up the con- eight-oared race, four miles which was: "A: trough of low barometric pres- and Mrs. ;Richardson with Roberts still born.
'he state fefeace report on the railroad rate attractive Utile son, of Moat- Azell Moore, 19 years,
officials .and members home. Four enormous columns of great Cornell in 19:361-5: with Penn- the country this their Colored-
oi congress succeeded in having it height support the portice that faces bill, 'waiving the rule requesting the won sylvania by second; Syracuse third; i sure extends from across the Rio Grande Valleyto gomery Ala., were :;in town a few typhoid!i fever; infant of Will Street, f.

moKed Th office of Surveyor-Gen-. the south and in spite of the ravages of printing of the report before consider-.'I Wisconsin fourth; Columbia fifth and morning the St Lawrence Valley wUh deV hours on Saturday. \ They with a party stillborn; Infant of S. :McCall, still
'ral .)f Florida ation. After some debate the' report: have enjoying the infant of J. Loster, stillborn;
approaches more time, and the wild, uakept desolation Georgetown last.KILLED in northern Texas and On pf friends been born; '
1'earl than any other office In the of the grounds the stately old house was adopted by a vote of 216 to4. tario.pressions Showery weather prevails in tarpon fishing in out waters for several Infant of John H. Freer, Jr., 5 months

c Slatl, > the beautific condition of sine- wears a'genial, warming look, of welcome Arkansas: Missouri and'Nebraska.: weeks and are istopping. at hotel cholera infantum.L. -
r'' l 111 modern parlance it'ls a soft which' makes! it easy t o imagine PACKING PLANT FRIEND, rain' has fallen in parts of Tarpon in Panama City.
'!""' Hi salary is, I am told, $2,000 what it must have worn in tha Heavy Missouri and PennsylvanIa.> The At the meeting o the school boardon & N. ADVERTISING FOURTHOF

, *\I .'. *"' wIth clerks! to perform. all thet days of its glory and its famed hos; northwestern pressure! area has la- Monday night Jthe selection of JULY EXCURSJON RATES
' h 11 i': the Surveyor General has pitality. FORCED TO CLOSEBy BY ACCIDENT creased In strength and is moving; teachers for the &{(H term of school .
, l: 10 us 'to sign the payroll and draw (Within a stone's" throw from the eastward over the northern Rock! in St. Andrews was made in favor of The Louisville and Nashvlle Railroad
So" "xaai\. i want a job like that my- gate ,workmen are beginning the Mountain Districts. Light frost Is Misses E. Young kad Ethel Baker has begun posting bills. advertising -
'! and envy Mr. Parlin his. building the Governor's 'Mansion. It Associated Press from Yellowstone,'Park witn who have so efficiently taught this its Fourth of July excursion ratesto
_, Smallpox at Capital. was always the dream and hope, of Associated Press. By reporfed temperature of 32 de school for two years.. different points on its line and It
June 23.--m H. Plun- minimum
&. existence of a case of small the late owner of The Grove, Mrs. Ellen Louisville, June 23.-The Louisvflla Atlanta Ga.. a have risen gen- Mr. W. B. Wyaa* and family. of ,is expected that quite a crowd of peo
Temperatures
r' x It Tallahassee and oas about a Call Long to sell the placa to the Packing Co., a plant belonging to the kett night watchman for the Western. grees. fronOklahoma to North Carolina : Mariaaaa, are loca-ed in the old St. pIe will take advantage of the reduced
%::11' QUI of town, near the old Statetth state to be converted. into'the official Cudahy Packing Co.. of Chicago, and' and Atlantic railroad was accidental-j erally' have fallen decidedly in Andrews hote for the summer. fare to come to Pensaco'a upon ihis
and
.
killed today
: rounds was the cause of some residence of the governor of the employing 3o5 menrshut down 'for ia-: ly shot and J'I r Mr. and Mrs. Johb Purcell are vIsIting occasion.
1'.trm' for definite period this ..eveaiag.The Brown an employee of the same com: Maine. I rate for. round trip this yearis
a week The State Board state a hope that was not realized.< cloudy weather is indicated, in Ecoaaaa this week. The the
Hl'ath, : was notified as soon as the' People prefer modern comforts and manager received orders .to- close. pany. The men were close friends: "Partly to-night and Sunday Mr. Wm. Bryan and family of one and a third fares, tickets going
section
develop.M and sent Dr. Young, convenience to historic assoc'atfpas! with only .the reasons therefor* and the shooting occurred while Brown: for this to fresh' south to south Greenwood, are ea oyiag an outing on sale on the 2nd and remt'oias: '004 .
light
: "Newspapers mudslinging and &11- was ,cleaning a pistoL Both were with I until thei 8th.
i'bupeCIat agent to take them in here having arrived a few. days ago.
: I Ir legislation" young men and unmarried. west winds. .
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L Idea;! New ideas : Ideas Hew Ideas New Ideas New Ideas New ;Ideas New Ideas A
: 1 : New Ideas .New: 'Iddas New Ideas Hew Mew Ideas. $ew' .
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inDrapery inHosiery In. in In In _

L,4 4 OrnamentalBack I
: Bathing: Bathing
Fans LeafherDeifsWash! Belts Belt Buckles
'> Corsets ilathingCaP Shoes Suits Combs Gauze, Jap Fans : i y''I

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$3.59'p" 69c Jin

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ForFineTailored' THE BIG STORE. THE BIG STORE. Buys 10 Yards of



tN Skirt WilliAM JOHNSON & SON GINGHAM "


worth lOc the'
yard.
New Ideas worth up to $6.00. ; New Ideas

Made of fine. Mohair, in black, A full line of colors to select in
in This StoreCloses Every Friday at 12'' o'clock during the Summer months. .
blue and brown. from.
'' : : TableParasols
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Special, $3.59.19c A Square Deal all the Year Round! Special, 10 yards for 69c Damask

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That's what you get. at this store. No exaggerated write/up of advertised bargains '

New Ideas The 'plain truth, and nothing but the truth. Of course, accidents will happen $2.49' New Ideas

to,the best of us, you know, and should you get hold of advertised: bargain that :

in does not ccme up to your expectaticns, why, return it to us immediately, and for ,' in

For Reedyfo-Wear the mere asking you will receive your money back. That's the'way'we do business Buys TableNapkins

Handkerchiefs I at this store. These bargains are for MONDAY. Not, on sale Tuesday. Sale '

HATS begins promptly at 8f30, SILK. WAIST


New > -
a'a Ideas'V I ues Up to $1.50.J Evening I Shads. worth up to $4.50. New Ideasin


in Many kinds of Styles : 'Strictly Tailored, a Great
Dotted Swiss Muslin for
> remnants ofMatting
12 Half Price
'LaceCurtains to select from. sand Mercerized Colored Bargain for the Money.

Lawns, worth up to 25c. A full line of both China and Jap, measuring up to fifteen' BathingTowels

Special,. 19c. colors to select from. Special, 12c yd. yards HALF PRICE. Special l, $2.49.


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lateI ousness should be our rule of action
RABBI KOCH'S FAREWELL knock unbidden once at every'gate; and that life then shall not be an !- -

If sleeping fore wake; if feasting- rise be- Union Labor Hall empty. dream, but deep and meaningful. -

l I turn away. It is the hour of fate, As regards our attitude towards the
SERMON IN PENSACOLA And they who follow me reach every Room 1, Old Armory Building. larger social life of our community: Wonday'sIGREAT
., state liberalism, too, has been the word.
Morals desire, and conquer every foe A LODGE ROOM Religion for me is not sectarianism.I .
derlying spiritual power In whose lap Save death; but those who doubt or sufficient to accommodate honor the man who tries to practice

Popular Jewish Pastor Will Leave we lay as helpless babes, and which hesitate, 75 people for rent at what he professes and preaches. Andso
Condemned to failure, and all
moulds our destinies every hour. penury reasonable rate. religions seem good to me if
Thursday for Seattle .It is with sadness and with regret woe, practiced sincerely. Each Is an expression -
that I stand before'you now, and it is, Seek me in vain and uselessly im MECHANICS' of the truth, but the crystalof
too with a touch of gratitude. It \ plore.I H..EADQUARTERSJWhere .. truth has many facets and all are MILLINERY
Washington. iSI
answer not, and P return no necessary.
with
.. regret that I have achieved "
little;. it is with gratitude that I have more! employers can secure -
"been allowed to try. And at this moment t help; Ofdbe'clerk in "Truth is within ourselves; it takesno
SERMON AN ;ELOQUENT EFFORT: there is an especial emotion that '!And so we must make the test of charge all th@ time. Phone rise '
sways me,, for, though I knew that, the opportunities that are ours lest 776 and you will be sup- !From outward things, whate'er you
'PREACHED FROM SAME TEXT'WITH this would be. last formal they pass, to our regret, for, surely, plied. may believe
my appearance.among
many of the mortals who have yielded There is an inmost center in us all,
WHICH HE BEGAN HIS you for quite some time,
HOME WORKERS
love to duty'and'having lost today Where truth abides in fullness. BARGAINS
yet it did not occur to me that even .
have pined tomorrow. BUILD HOMES *
MINISTRY AT TEMPLE BETH-EL that mfght be denied me by one of away .
the strange casualties of human life. And to know
'Following is the farewell sermon !Again I feel,that spirituality counts; "The key of yesterday I threw away Rather consists in opening out a way
preached by Rabbi Samuel Koch to that.it is moral courage- t is moral And now too late Whence the Imprisoned splendormay f
tie: Temple Beth-el congregation Friday -,heroism-that sways the universe ant Before tomorrow's close-locked gate earthquake's shock or the hurricane'sblast escape, ;
night Rabbi Koch leaves next evokes our profoundest emotions. It Helpless I stand in vain. to pray I plunge into the future. "Thereare Than in effecting entry for a light ArFALK'C
Thursday for Seattle "Washington, to is not force, nor power, but the spiritof In vain to sorrow 'two points ,in the feat of a Supposed to be without"And
assume his new and larger charge God, that thrills us and helps man Only the key yesterday" diver Fes-tus. One: when, as a beggar
there. : to realize his best sell And so with Unlocks tomorrow. he plunges for the pearl; the so, friends, once more I bid you
*.. Farewell Sermon. this, gratitude and this sorrow, this other, when as a prince he rises with farewell. I trust indeed that all of I
"Not by mfght, nor yet by power, gladness, this bitter sweet I would And so, friends, I would keep the the gem." And so, my friends, I our friendship may continue throughthe I
but by my spirit, saith the Lord of praise God for this new revelation of key of yesterday, to make life sweet plunge and may you witness my riaa. coming years; may our sorrowsbe
Host" His Majesty-of his power-which and pleasant and successful. I 1 "Not by might, nor yet by power, few and our Joys many; may the
!Friends i Some four years ago I dwells in the least of us, and which is It is with deep 'emotion that I make but by my spirit saith the Lord ol blossoms of childhood in our homes
thatI
made my introductory sermon with so flamable that it requires but the this formal farewell. The days Hosts" bloom into the sweetest flowers of
this text. Now, as our relationship is finest spark of opportunity to fan it have spent beneath these southern character; may the blessin'gs of a
is with this the of
It as key-note
have been unspeakably pleasant'Yet my
skies
about to close once more I revert to, into a flame. good Good forever surround us as does:
all things are not as I might have ministry among you that I began,and
"Not by might nor yet by power, but Life friends is a struggle. They the ocean some little island.
is is this that have sounded. Possibly
ever -
wished them. I might have wishedfor
toy,my spirit, sallh the Lord of Hosts. live most who
struggle most. Those ,
at times with monotonous repetition -
intenser activity on the part of the a
Our relationship has been
a pleasantone'
who are content to roll down the current THERE ARE FEW
of the
the passing
: It began in a beautiful way antIs of existence the men and more self-sacrificing religiousness on vanity By the association of makers and manufacturers we continually
as current drifts on the part 'of, the women; show. That it.was not dress, or wealthor people who know how to take of
about to end In beautiful care
& way. are not those who realize life the that but manhood d clear the factories of all their surplus stocks and get them at cost or
all foibles I have luxury counted
but, for these never
to trial themselves-the ,
Unknown ypu without a sermon .- most. And so, men must see that had reason to doubt that I had your and womanhood and truth and right. majority do not less. The merchandise Is all this! season's, Is new and fresh, modish
without a,competitive elocutionary somehow they get into the current of I And in congregational life ;I The liver is a most important organin Goods
so our Now want Summer
is
test, I' came you-not to be good will and confidence, and that and in great assortment. the time you
among
existence that they may realize to the this the body. Herbine will
have endeavored to impress spirItual keep It In
tried, but to lead. Your confidence utmost heir maximum selfexpression.And .-I and here they are at these wonderfully low prices:
truth. I have regretted that our '
condition. V. C.
Simpkins Alba
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was jnlne before I came and my confl thus it is that our ambition
was yours. I felt sanguine that con! lessness and not of dissatisfaction. I communal Jealousies were so intense;1 Texas, writes: "I have used Her NEWEST
tierce filets with our wishes; that duty calls 25 DOZEN TRIMMED' SAILORS, THE SEASON'S
that our envies manifold I
have been In were so ;
among you. your sorrows
you would respond to an honest effort, one way whist love another. And bine for Chills and Fever and find it1 i IN PRICE FROM MONDAY
and your Joys, and have seen your that there was so much social antago I IDEAS, THAT RANGE $1.50 TO $2.50,
and you must have felt sanguine that thus it is that I stand the I
before you tonight children head towards manhood and nism as there was. But, whatever best medicine ever used. I YOUR CHOICE! :
I would rise to a trust so gracefully I going, not willingly, and yet I towards.'womanhood; I caught Intimations may have been in the social life, as 'a would not be without it It is as i
imposed. I willingly and because B feel I ought I their. future careers of useful congregation you seem to be united. good for children as It is for grownup -
And now we are to part. We can not because I must, thereby severinga people, and I recommend it. It
I ness. 1 1 1I I This has ever been the beacon leading
not choose our way; we can not des relationship which has been sweeton is fine -for La Grippe." Sold by all ; .75c
now go to a field that is new, to us on to a grander goal. 0, why '
termlne our own course in life but,
tossed hither and thither'on the current the. surface and deep and. true beneath satisfy a larger ambition, casting myself should the spirit of mortal be proud r. druggists.
of upon ''untried -waters, to win'once Way should they stand at daggers' t
must "
existence we be
con 'There'-is a tide in the affairs of more the 'loya1ty"'and the love:: of a ends when-life is so brief and uncertain 20 DOZEN MAD CHIFFON SHAPES, ALL NEW AND FRESH.
to drift best
tept And as I .we can. I men, which, taken:at the flood, leads Jewish community..,. Life is a.''strug ,' and so inconstant? ALL COLORS, NOT A ONE OF THESE ARE WORTH LESS THAN
jnjr'.first so text tonight, because would I entered recall upon this on 'to fortune: Omitted all the voy gle. Only they achieve who'dare to MERIT ALWAYS WINS. $2.50 A PIECE,.MONDAY YOUR CHOICE
the.. minstry in this community with age of life, is fraught. with shallowsand I cast a die and cross.the Rubicon. Andso "This gray, round world, so full of
th "conviction that with mysteries.- my friends, like all of. you, "I go life, :
nilnister'ofritual
only '
25p power could achieve a some life And, must so 'keep men, 'still in the prime of to prove my soul/ l i i I Of hate, of love, of calm and strife, The Population of the 75c
eyes open and see to I Still, ship-like on for ages fares.
filing; that'it was the spiritual inter
protation. of history .that made, men it that they take the current at its I see my way as. birds. .their.trackless. How! grand it sweeps the eternal
--
flood
lest they find themselves' high way. I I I I blue! _
hopeful 'and 'gave history a value; and and dry on the sands of lost 10 DOZEN TRIMMED HATS AND STYLISH TRIMMED SAILORS
I
oppor shall arrive! What time, what
Glide fair vessel
it 'was on till thy crew
that after all. less the Intel- ;
let and tunity. Opportunity indeed is one of circuit first, I I I I Discern how great a loss Is theirs." Little IN, STRAWSOF- CHIP AND MILANS, ANY ONE OF THESE
less the
physique, but the the presiding geniuses of the universe. .I ask not but unless" God send hs HATS ARE. WORTH; FROM $3 TO $5, MONDAY YOUR CHOICE
ttfia congregants in the and pulpit got, that their swayed hid Will-achieves, less' than destiny, .and hail, |I I I And so may our congregational ship ..
their trust And so tonight homa'geadd I I when once the opportunity does'come. Or blinding fire balls sleet'or stifling sail on until our crew shall discern
then must
would re-echo this text, that all of we grasp'lt: snow, ; the follies of envy and selfishness and $15Os
us
"Master of human destinies am II! Ib some time; his, good""time, I shall
might know that I still believe in the I discovers how great a loss Is theirs.
(
opportunity
spiritualty of history and the I ) arrive; _. <'I 'As with the community, so with the Minister
good- Fame love and fortune on my foot- He guides me-and the bird.. In His
I individual I have hesitated to at- .
ne6sofmanand that for all the not
trialsof
'steps'wail good time! TO REDUCE OUR STOCK OF PINE TRIMMED HATS MONDAY
the past four years have not been I I|I tack the foibles that existed amongus.
bitter .ClUes'' and fields I'walk; I penetrate There are things that must yet WE WILL GIVE YOU YOUR CHOCE!! OF ALT. OUR $8, $10
to shake
o as :
my confidence
Inhuman; nature, and I still believe I Deserts,and seas remote. ,, and pass And so, friends with this confidencein be accomplished. There are still $12 AND $15 TRIMMED: HATS FOR
ingby the goodness of !God", who saves one things that we, and women,
men
have
a4I cause to believe, in this as
un- and and
Hovel palace 'from
mart soon or the abysmal waters as from them should not countenance. *


"Stay, what does this remembranceset Cigars ; $5.00Don't
down concrning life?
Time fleets, youth fades, life Is ,an

Music Loving People Will Tell You I It is the heart empty spho beat dream.of time first; beneath and he, whose a _human -I I. Growing Every Day. Fail to Attend This Sale

That. they enjoy the: tone of our. pianos, because they are pianos 'that heart whose speech I "

stand. There are any number of pianos that are fairly good at the start, iWf.a Was can copied never from.. a human' tongue I "Why.. ?, do you say? Becauseit .

when everything is ,new but a good piano, like those we sell, will last a Recall when he was Jiving- yet knew, is the best FALK MILLINERY

lifetime. They are made for, everyday usage and will give the" best of Nevertheless not this long seasons pass o'er 5 ,CENT CIGARon

satisfaction.Kranich him,
I Till some one hour's experience shows earth 109 SOUTH PALAFOX
&, Bach, Packard Lester and Clutter. what nothing I
It seemed, could clearer show; and
good.pianos.of the. highest character. Remember too, that anyoneof ever after : NO GOODS CHARGED A T THESE PRICES..: SALE STARTS I
TheLewis
these may'be bought now and paid for on payments made so easy An altered and speech brOw and eye, and gait AT EIGHT: O'CLOCK.Bargains) .

youUl.hardly notice'them. Anyway call in ,and examine '
them. You Attests that now he knows the adagetrue
ale invited to attend our daily phonograph concert. t _
r Time fleets, youth lades life Is an Bear Co.L -
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Oldest and Largest 114-116 empty dream." ,
S. Palarox'St.
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Musle House Music
House t
... Florida h '- PENSACOLA PhonelS I. But, friends, life is an empty dream
-GEO. W. C.'CLUTTER, Tres.Clutter. B. E. CLUTTER See. only to those who do not use life L Distributors Want
mm i aright lAnd so" I have ever preached on Page
that earnestness, sincerity and, zeal- PENSACOLA, FLA.

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Have Something Swell In Mr. Robt. Lowell W11h.friends and: Buford at Allen 1+:t+"H"H'H"H uglWtrWrrwrwrrWrr zrnl .,utzc ua E3"H-_;o.. ,,_u.xxWrr uw +_U"nWxrwtWSrWntWn.r. U_,xeau.r J., Wri-: 'YJ1-B.f nrri: WjrWjYW..! H_lYWhlWI;::tJt:JIII'IQ'l'y:...tJt r'u_!;!JtBtt: :: ::: ;:: ::; '[ .hBftf: !:::; r..Hu.t''JRWAW: t "' s.'yf"1
Sunday +uw xr f wo
spent t -- rwuor reyF \ wuoaarfviTr- -' xruunw.vinexi, i+ i arx+aur x+uerxewr, >IuIf> 1U M ,
f FAVORS RETURN N NT 'ton. Goulding .and Brents. loma-I 3f Fe 3E

NIGHT SHIRTS Mr.; IsaacrWelchr] our",oldest;CiJ:

88 years"of age, has been ver1-, I
Mr. Cecil 'Wllsoai, of Pensacola,'

,spent last Sunday, here._ '
PAJAMAS 1
: T TO HIPPtN9 Wte, regret to learn of the 'seriousillness I yy

of Mrs. Robt. Thompson. i
BATHIN9SUITS Mr. Alex McVoyTiad the misfortune'
to get his hand badly cut last week at I >;TiU iW3IE

POST McVoy Miss Nettie& Co.'s Tapioa"mill! and ...nelce I i I
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AND EVERY NEXT WEEK
DAY ;
11. .ht Shl.rts,50'to'$2.00.. Mlss train.-Vera Friday Whiddon for Montgomery. left on the noon and 3IE .o ". ,,? b> .

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b = Greenville, Ala. '_' -- "' ''' --
Mr. and Mrs. John Brewton, : I
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article.
ear I $$1.00 Marshal Schad Went Record Tapiola and daughter, Miss Mrs.l "
on Have .. i
$1.25 to $2.50 Suit. will spend the! summerhere..- m'That Every Other So-Calle. f r
:Miss Mary11son'
has been quite .
at Police Chiefs i Convention as I -
I ralafflua Something swell sick all this 'week.
t Mrs. Knight: and two bright little I Sale Beat Mile0 !
Bargain a
It for Wife Be
$1.75. ters.
lor $ ,'.::" Favoring children, Bessie and Frank,
., will spend a.few weeks with Prof. **I .
Mils Afine line J. M. Tate; ,:'They.::will leave here for t !
the proceedings -
Jatning from$uo :Pamphlets' containing Mexico for the remainder of the;sum-j I :': ,.we don' !
of the convention of the National : ': r!, t ransack: : the dictionary for all: kinds of highsoundingphrasesto -
mer _
Association of Police Chiefs, which ;
Now is the time"to use
$350. (=: \ ,
io held!? its last meeting in Hot Springs, Mrs.de la Rua is the guest of Prof. Vy ak a
me. Ark.; ', ''about two months since, have and Mfrs. J. 3L Tate ; il'; puzzle and, bewilder you, nor dove 'USQ skyscraper words for I Ip 1i i-
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ben received in the city, and Mar- Mr. Knight came from New Orleans,
shal Schad is the possessor of a this morning: to spend a few"days with i,
copy. his family 'I p fear of giving you the lockjaw. Our is simply a plain statement of facts 0hi _

White & NixOUTFITTERS. The proceedings show that the Pen- Missouri Jefferson (colored) creat- :
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sacola chief, during a.* discussion at ed quite an. excitement last week by|! LiiW
the convention upon the return-to the drinking the contents of a bottle of! without any garnishment or embellishment, yet presenting to you a ; ..

whipping post for certain rimes, laudanum. She had become despon-! ..... 1' '
went" upon record] 'as' favoring it for dent over her ill health. She is still j I 3 f
Your Money's Worth or Your Money, Back In money-saving opportunity in sentence.
persons who ar convicted of wife a serious condition.: every .
PHONE 790. 1 1I .
beating and also in .some cases ol {* :

Next to New Brent Building desertion The Pensacola of wife: chief and family.was not alone, I i i Read this wonderful of bargains carefully. It will pay you. +

29 S. PALAFOX ST. according to the proceedings, in his!I CS1UMUCKLA II t $ '

PHONE 790. views ana many chiefs from prominent -: 37 TE{ ,
themselves' rWr '
cities expressed 3f :
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= --- the lIne during the ses "'
along
sion. same Special to The Journal. .E Ladies 8c SWISS RIBBED VESTS to go in this Best 50c Lace Lisle Hose black or white, on -' .
GULF CITY COFFEE CO. I, North Chumuckla, June 23. Mr. A'.i i I 5c : 33c W ;
E sale for_ sale at '9 o'clock I fort ,
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M. Penton --- ---- -- ------ -- ---- ---
of this place has purchased -, Wf .
CHIPMAN, Manager. J
P.
H. x
the entire herd of cattle belonging -
Roasters Blenders and Shippers of I GONZALEZ I ty Mr. Joel A. McDavid. i iMr. i=E Best 12 l-2c Bleached SWISS RIBBED VESTS, Ladies $5 White Linen Suits on sale'at 9 $1,9539c 9 5 _

Thomas A. Keeth, wife, ant, 3yF 3 to eech customer'for __________________ 25c2ic 5 clock Monday for ---- -------------- -'
Fine Coffees I little son Thomas Marion, of Claricesvllle. -I I iX1I '

OUR COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL Special to The Journal. :Texas, are visiting Julrs., Keeth's.: f ; Men's $3,00 No-Name Felt Hats, in black, Ladies' 90c White Lawn Waists, lace or embroidery I :

GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL sister Mr., Walt n::.-> McDavid at''! %: 9 8 C trimmed at 9'o'clock for___ __ 9 .
Gonzelez, June 23.-::Our little village iSi' brown or gray, at 9 o'clock_____ ---- J __ ;
is again very lively. We have McDavid. They_ 1.so'spent a few ,.,,' -

OSCAR E. MAURA, two,saw mills other.within one and one-half cays" ',wit1''-.relatives and. friends in our I 10 yards Finest 12 l-2c Bleached Berkely 40c miles of each
town. : in
MrKeeth is' prominent 8 9 lOc I 0
STOCK AND BOND BROKER. Mr. C .H. Jackson spent Sunday rIYK I i Cambric to each customer for C for I ;! "
Stocks Bonds and Securities Bought and Sold. politics, holding the important officeot I ------------ .-------y j----------------------------
St. P. O. Box1S4. last in Bay lunette_ ,Ala.. .J.. I hwR _. ;
l2E.Governmont i
:Mr. ;Wlllie McVoy, 'ofCenturn ,:kited tax collector--) ,.,his, (Red RfverJ yet' '( : '
l One l lot and'lOc Embroidery ,Beading rand $1.0010-4 White' sale :
Best
BedSpreads on at
his parents 'last.week. county. Ha
White\ Barber Shop .Mrs. A. Lowell and Eon, Grover, ers think this'a great country. lit! Torchon Laces on sale at 9 o'clock:_____;__ 9 o'clock Monday for------------------ 6 9 C I ;' .

i spent Monday in Pensacola. There is a crowd ,of fishermen at,I -
Mrs.-Beck,.of' New Orleans,'is visit tt!! 5 and 18c Printed La'wm and Batistes, choice : -
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the McDavid mineral from 9
springs
The white barbers, formerly of 35 ing her brother, Mr. T. J. Beck, at hij 5c SL39 Full 10.4: White Bed Spreads to go at .

S. Palafox St. are now located at No.i beautiful country home at "Beck's Union Springs Ala. They seem to be;i l;! styles(inMill. Ends, to go, per yard, for.____ o'clock for_ _____________________,______ 98 C I;
8 E. Government St, next to Westerii Lake." Every one' who visits there having a jolly good time. I 4' 0rRemnants
Union is pleased with)Ir. Beck's hospitality.Mrs. Mr, eharles A. Etheridge and wife! of White and Colored Wash Goods to go B : ft'i

:E lOc Ink to at __________________So
R. O. Carnell left last week to of Slocumb, Ala., are visiting their! -i regardless of cost. est Tablets go
'---- - spend the summer. with' her daughter, uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. H. C. x

COTTRELL, ':Mrs Harrison, of Evergreen, Ala. :McDavid. :Mr. Etheridge is master Ilii S1.25 Palmer Hammocks on sale Monday at Best 5e Ink Tablets to go at._!______ ______3 1-2c '
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. Miss Mary Mullins is ,visiting In n.echanic and has full'charge''of the 75cOc il

Pensacola. ,I II machinery in the big plant of the 9o'clockfor________,. -
Pensacola, Fla. i=1 ------------------- 36/inch Messajine Taffeta Silk, in black and colors' .
Morris Lumber Co.. of Slocumb., <
I Miss Mae\Scott and Messrs. Hill and '
------- -- -- l Robtj Little, of'; Pensacola were tae Capt. Etheridge and wife left Friday 25c Embroidery Cloth Dresser Scarfs at best $1.00 quality on sale Monday morning j --
WATCHES AND CUT GLASS morning to visit relatives in other! I J 91( 0 6 65crWr
'clock r' ___________________ at 9 clock I for ii:)
Something Swell in Gold Jewelry.. .. portions of the state. I i 0 lor_________= ------ ---------------- J

W. A. Gahlenbeck 21S S. Palafox St Mrs N. E. Jennings and "son, Otlie;. 'There was a fish fry at the mineral :
:.E r9i Standard 6 l-2c Calicoes 59c Wash Silks in hair and i .
Mrs. C. H. J ckonailt: son Clyd;' springs last Tuesday and fish 10 v or Apron 3 9 Jap dainty stripes Q On

-- -- '- ---- Mrs R. P. Wilder and little son,Glennare were in abundance.: 3 E Ginghams. to each customer for----------- C checks, new styles, at 9 o'clock, only------ UUU ,
TURTON &. BELL. spending a few weeks across the Mrs.-John.Clarke and children will! ii '_ ;

PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1370. .. pad; t1 Jennings's summer cot- return to their homein Pensacolanext 1 = Ii \. .
via A rg.,Clarke I J-f _
tage."? .,* Sunday Miltqa. I
Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs.R The friends of ..Prof. J. M. Tate will: was called here to-the bedside of hersick ii 21 yards' .stout'iSheeting Domestic 1 lot .of 12i'2c fine White Goods, : Madras and Fancy White Goods :'. ,
.. ,, Miller at 9 o'clock; for. . V.. .$1.00 U ,
---'-- ---- mother, Mrs Joe who we Pf"'K'
'" te' lad -.know that he is now conva- I! J '! on bargain counter at .. ... .7 ;c ; worth 20c. 25c and 30c, special ?';
.. K. WHITE X le ing.Jiftel' agevere illness. are glad to stateis" able. to be up.'7;. ...,!..l o ,oof.li id Sc EmbroiderrandSinfSV'cIock! -- '. rT
Watchmaker,Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate: Mr. Vernon Lowell, an employee of. again. :., ., filleJ,. =t''" '- and'Ticert,.,. ...f....' for. 3}c 1 lot of very fine White Swiss, "; (Monday for.. .? .. ? .. .I5c 11;
Optician 30 S. Paiatot Street Pensacola.Fla. the L. & N., spent Sunday and Monday IDr.-Abbottr-the Baptist pastor, iyE
with here. his regular appointment last. Sunday
his
parents
------- --- at Damascus .church with: ,a good at- ''
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-- Bessie Jordan of I
-IKsses Annie and : Embroideries Etc.

Tersely with Pensacola Mrs.,J.spent B. Welch.one day last week verse tendance of,the taking 116th for Psalms.his text the 12th I -E Special i ;Silk i Bargains. Extraordinary Bargains inWaists ilf ,
ii
Told'jj Your correspondent in : 1 ]lot of Sc and lOc EmbroideryBeadin'gg "
iMr. and Mrs. Huey Pearson spent company 40c White"Wash Jap Silks, not i
::} : and Torchon Laces, Monday -
with :Mr. James 'E. Campbell, of South: Suits and Skirts. '
.-"I' SundaY:-..at the home" of Mrs.' Dan Mc- Chumucklaspent a. 'most delightful; 1:1 over 15 'ard3.to a customer at 19Vac,: only, per yard. . 2ic W ,
J. Jr. Connelly of Jacksonville, Donalds. last- 3"E: 3G Mess Taffeta Silks! 50 pieces 5c and 8c Embroidery, .'. '
afternoon in Nora Sunday. We -.nch me
,,
.t.
Ala. ( White Linen of colored 1 t. 11'*
:Mr. Lee Scott;of'Bayspent'a llnette, j" .a.00 ,03.
was in the city ti ; Edges and Insertings, special.E i
W
yesterday worth :
finish
$1.00
of soft fine
had the pleasure shaking hands : per '
... .few days 1 here lasts week.! : 3f teen Suits f at 9 0 clock Monday : (:!" for . . ... .3= y
with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wallace, of At- : yard in black, and colors, only..69c ; Monday; }}"c IJ.t
P. A. Anderson and T. .,H. Hurst more. : I . .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.95 120 pieces Fine EmbroideryFlouncr
went to Muscogee yesterday tin. ,a Best 59c Jap S'.lks: in black and j Ings and bands to go at. 10e t i ii
Mr. Robert Lee Bryant, of Jay'shustling i'Mi!
business trip. b one ., . .. 34c $15.00 all Silk Taffeta Suits, Monday
colors, to at ,
EXCURSION business men, was a visitorto : i rWf; go only. .. .. .. .. ....$7.90 i 25c and 39c Embroidery, to go at.19c3E g '!
DAY ; ; Another lot of Indies and Misses'ReadytoWear -
W. 0. McLellon, of Gulfport, is B Nora last Sunday. I i% 75c Faille Brilliant Silks, all. lead- i
Hats, worth i
among the business visitors who are Wle have had some pretty good,. .....f.. Jng colors, special Monday..42c $5.00 and $6.00 Fine White Lawn $1
ia the city to-day. TO OAKLAND showers during the past few days and.I rW. 'Suits, stylishly made, Monday.!f to $2.50, to go at one price 39c ;
the crops are looking fine. Prospects! i CWT r t 40c Arnold Silks i in new fancy only 1 .. .. .. .. .. ... ..$2.95 1! One lot of 50c( and 69c Ready-to- _
Hon. Terry Richardson and wife, ,of' to attend the are very promising and the farmers!:3 i *: I styles . . . . 19c \Wear Hats for. .. .. ..10o39c I i
Montgomery are in the city on a GRAND REUNION ANDPICNIC much tickled over t:: 90c White Lawn Waists at 9 : : Dresser Scarfs and Laundry
short pleasure visit. rea Jt. !:.i; 36-inch Black Swiss Taffeta Silk, o'clock' . .. .. ... .39c ; Bags, all styles special for. .. 19c

The t;! not over 10 yards to each cus- $l. 0 Fine White Lawn Waists, i 5c White Crash Towels, to go now
,
with a fishing catch of schooner 1,200 Angeilena, NAVAL DISCIPLINE. 3 I tomer, per yard.. . .63VoC to go at . . . 95c ; for. . . .. .... .3Y.c! I I
snappers, ar- ., 0! the Knights of Pythias :
fine White Lawn Waists on 13c Washable Rubber Collars, for
All our,
n\ed in port yesterday for E. E. Saunders H 1 tot: 50c Fancy Louisine Silks, .. .. .
.
JULY 4 190S. PunbhDUnti That Are Meted Out ta Monday actual cost men for.. < 10o .
& Co. WEDNESDAY, Af. British Sailors. re3.1E t dark.dress styles, to go at . .29c

Mrs.! Uos. Given by Magnolia Temple, No.4, .
Commyns, of 402 West For infraction of regulations! some '
Intendencia, is very ill and doubtsire Rathbcne' Sisters. Fare for round! curious punishments are meted out in Sale During this Sale at The Busy Store.
entertained as to her recovery.An trip 75c. Steamer: Columbia 'w'.ll: the English nnIt: is "an everyday 3 tl E Hundreds of Other Special Bargains on ,. .
.
leave Palafox ,wharf at 7:30: o'c ock
interesting game of baseball occurrence,' says London 'Tit-Bits; J. 3A I '
*** played Friday between the Bil- see half a :dozen sailors lined up on = ,
I onairps and Millionaires resulting; ina deck facing the paint work, holding 1 ./
votory of the latter by a score of their hammocks on their shoulders. At,'

8 to 0. m.C m..COf.FEE I IWe first the hammock 'isn't heavy, but aft'I T Hm l nnnon a. C O.

A party composed of H. L. Moore er an hour or so it drags on one's shoulders l- m
Jas Cowan F. W. Rainer, TT. Cade like lead. Besid ;;;,Jt is not at all B

Mid J. WorthIngton of Union Springs. entertaining to"stare fixedly at a square !. WriWwvm+.Jr .. tu Fiwri.xrWrir rr rXlWrr

on Ala.a, arrived business i in visit the city 'Friday' night! are the Pioneer foot of painted woodwork for an houror '"i"'JUIf H-n-t> /"'..iWriWri S.OHtU'. arsr..rxTUTrvrn ri Wrr H..ri!",rn'...rainrr, rwrryWrgWnWybrvrWY+..H......lur+nxan"uvr.y.'f anuc,>+>IW e"t'.tJ'WrF...r.xsr J.HHtl'BfJ'H-t igrrWnWr,;atxAnawoc:' ...-: .."'.OIl..."'IWNUI"_B H.'tl.-B..tt.-t................... t iB4II: ;:

more at a time. ,
The half-hour : Coffee Roasters of Another punishment that Jack despises
schedule on the Een- ... Gardener.
saeola-Cig Bayou line wh'ch prevails i IVesf Florida. is bailing with a spoon. He is Money Value -of St. LonU. r
the and the despair
during The week win not be in effect placed 'upon the deck with two large When Louis IX., the saint, surren- :t is at ones Joy
that his work Is neverone.
t gardener
Sun .us. The Sunday: schedule will I wooden buckets, one filled with water dered with his whole forces to the a
.
be ever,varying things. This is
'apT Abner Sadler, who commands 1 cHUCH'S BLENDShave must dip all the water from one bucket !! April, 1250, 1,000,000 golden bezants- a en.dle. drfigbt to a man who lives An Electric Fan
onlIf) the smacks of the E. E. Saun- and transfer to the other, being, equal to half that number of the livre\ .rith> his :garden and watches! his plans
& co'S, fleet, leaves to-day for meanwhile, the butt of his comrades I lof the day-were demanded for his When he makes a garden for
crow:
a x "'i' '<> his old home at Sunshine, no equal. A trial jests and jeers.Sometimes |' freedom. BM the Moslems came down other up.it is a different matter. Then,
M'nti. where he hag not been for a ,delinquent is made to to 800,000 bezants, and.,in the end by his best thought and Is something you need in the home as well as In the office "
over t t-n years. ",ill convince the con walk slowly" backward and forward surrendering Damietta Louis got' off ekCL titer the spending garden must be turned over these warm da7s. All you have to do 11TouCh

The s Tvices! at the Salvation Army noisseur that we 'along the deck-; nursing.ia his ,arms a for 100,000 marks-equal, roughly, to Into the bands of the Philistine, who
tent corner Barcelona and :Main six inch projectile, weighing a little over 1,000,000 of today. These goldeu doubtless will, spoil bis color ef a Button
strerts'ast) night were ell attended, make,no ,extravagant over 100 pounds. Once a sailor, who bezants contained about -shillings' may fects, make gaudy what before was ,

and two conversions were made. The claims. laughed at stammering speech of worth of our gold, but to go to market rich, introduce tawdry display where
>(>rVII'I'. Were conducted by :Major his commander, was made to stand up- with would buy then as much probablyas before was a sensitive delicacy.! Theseare a.nd.chan. 'e the temperature immedlately stagnant ; ,
J
M Berr man, who will th's morning in full view, of the air :then. '
on the forebridge 7% sovereigns now would. Were that try men's souls and '
a") fhf pulpit at the Palafox stree| RetailfGRQCERS and laugh for aa hour anda break the things We:: supply the-pow r, for both fans-and lights at't
to
church Wholesale and chip's crew, : the scorner allowed forth here Trill continue to try them until the own
.' rates. Apply at office.
reasonable
1 I naif. he would probably tell how"this high ere of large places acquire some de.iree -
Re J W. Senterfitt will leav -this Spitting upsn'the deck of a man-of. priced and saintly carcass was treat- 'I of sympathy with and understanding -

morning for Muscogee in response .to I war is strictly prohibited. Cuspidors ed by his. people when,Louis died at. cf art-Century.i ,PENSACOLAELEGTBIG ".
a thr II' (>.-ram asking him to,officiate at are placed at intervals along the deck, the siege of Tunis, twenty years later. I -..ouaola.f .

ano tuneral Mrs J.of H.the little child He-of ,will Mr. and all kinds of Feed I-and these must be used. Upon some Being hard up for embalmers, they. I, London was a place of importance TERMINAL COMPANY !
return this Tompkins ships, when a sailor' Is caught spitting !! had, according to the journal of Anj even un evening. Stuffs.Piito upon the deck, a small tub Is strappedto j bery, to quarter and boll him down In for its'great commerce as early as

CrUNral l Passenger Agent E. A. 'De-- his chest, and he is ,made to wear J Jt i' separate caldrons and 1i0 sent but his the-first century of the Cbristian eProm :. PHONE 106.
Ill1uak. of the Louisville and NashTI1 Anyone who chooses may use this i whited. skeJfctoa to "rance.-LondoD the Romans it received municipal
:(-. who spent several days here walking receptacle.I The offender thc Ccixmicla. which have endured in ,
institutions
0:1 t hunes: connected with his del'anml'nt Water ounislied rarely repeats his offense. to the present day. I
Of the road has returned to A Cubic Foot of Gold. their main features -I
l'is hoot, Saxon times it was, In reality, a
in MontgoinerjEdwin If some millionaire agreed to gin In

...(' Pohlmann, who has been Wholesale and Retail The"Gossips. you a cubic foot of pure gold If you email Independent state. tf f h:
i'' for the past two weeks: with al "But, really, said Miss Goodley should put It in a sack and carry it a .w ,
i iI Your ;
siisht attack of congestion of the serenely, "you 'stiQuldn't say these mile, tio you think you would be equalto Aroidiak a Shoek. i Order
brain has so far recovered as to be I -things about :Miss Gailey.It's the task? Certainly you are confi-- First Doctor-You're treating Jenks ICE COAL and WOOD i'

:11 I again, anal Is being gladly greet., New Orleans Grocery Co. .enough to think they're so,, but as dent of your ability to perform the for insomnia:; aren't you? Second Doc i thConsumers' i
J by ,' Doctor-Have yon rendered item: e
his
many friends. to them"- task, .but there would not be the least tor-Yes. First
saying /
? Second Do Ice and Fuel Company.
"I danger of the man of money losing his him your bill yet .i

cN lt time try Blue Ribbon Lemon Jas. McHugh don't"Oh really, replied think Miss they're Gaussip so. I "only gold cube. Such a lump of virgin gold torO, of abfc't'o course not I :want Post the Oac*-Corner]! Chase and Tarragona. Phone W* ',.
Ylnilla. Satisfaction guaranteed rsould weigh a few grains over 1.203 man to be sleep.-Denver I
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PAGE ,ouR THE .PENSACOLA. JOURNAL, SUl SAY rb.KrtL. JUNE, 2.4. 1.908

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; vided between the coast,artillery, the
;i Panama Canal asa County Commissioners, field artillehy and the torpedo defense -

'e' service. More than 4,000 men
Jtnjafola Jonfna Their Powers andCompensation.
Business Proposition are required in the field"artillery,

leaving less- than 14,000 to be divided
,
NoV that both' branches ,of Congress
__ between5the coast forts and the torpedo -
ufl 1. W. have !finally decided in favor of I A' matter that the legislators from service. In consequence there

; DAILY. WEEKLY.I SUNDAY. a lock canal at Panama it is to be Escambia county can very .profitably remain for the forts just abopt one-

hoped that the, work of ,construction devote a little time to at the next third as' many men as they actually .L 5&JO25flEJ

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY will undertaken without delay. The session of the state legislature is :a need ,and;3. OO miles of coast to be ,
the relative few artillerymen -
defended by
...BY...' .. ., appropriation ,bill recently passed !statute defining the: powers: and fixing ; i .. 'One manning detail and

,carried -.with It an appropriation of the compensation of coanty conr- : one ,shift lor the guns already mount. -

THEJOURNALCOMPANY. $26,000,000 to carry: on: the work forth missioners.EscamBla. I ed woul4 require something more than Kress' Great June Sale

fiscal year and apparently thereis -fcmratyrand: Escambia !' 40,000 men; and the government has .
fjj t JL ru- --u1 jnnjnju.ru-.J.-&r
nothing now in the way of the county commissioners, have expert: already provided for' the: mounting All those light.and dainty accessories that add 4
other This in the so much
: I' seem to'be to
FRANK guns.
L. MAYES President and G.n.'.l M n*gtf. tW
little 'embarrassment
project. no trouble and nine charm to be found in Great Six
__ nature of"oneslded'military prepara.I I are our Day June Sale, begmnin
fVUWL JuW -wmW I Millions have already 'been expended from tlma to time for some years tions. Of what ayaH would 100 first-! Monday. **

MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. in the preliminary' work upon the past in determining just wha|'a commissioner 'I class 'guns be to,'a': port that was at-I Laces, embroideries,millinery, ribbons, fancy collars, dainty has
tacked if there who knew ?
-- big ditch and of the amount' already/ ? is permitted to do and just was no men' I perfumes toilet articles hint the :
ir wru- w wL uyjjjj.jj suwJ u 1 .4. how<< to.h ndl'9i'tSem< ? The Hull bill -we can only at wonderful \ rietv

SUBSCRIPTION: RATES. put into the project it is safe to say Low much money he is _entitled, o.to Is not a r8.llIcal'meaur Indeed it Is j There never was such a chance for women to add to their grace'

that a large proportion has been draw from the public funds in paj1ment -rather modest. It "merely seeks to and beauty at so l little outlay.
: One Tear..................$500 One Month........ ........ ; & for his services. makethe; of ; !
Six MouthB.-............... I 50 One Wtjek................ lft : wasted, or practically so, owing to uniform growth t armament and:'. There is no mystery in offering these articles at one-third, one,
Three Months..... ....... 1 UWeekly Edition per 1'ear..U O( the. dilatory tactics ot Congress and This condition results probably! men which the' f () provide defenses a means: bf fourth and one-fifth of what they cost elsewhere.;
be ef-
LflIVmrLr JLflflJVtIflflJt JWL JLflJtJtflflflflfl 5flJttWUW the numerous quibbles that have from the fact that Eocamibia has for fective. coast-"- may They simply illustrate the wonderful buying power that Kress'

: The Only Penaacola Newspaper From Ijthlch, a Detailed arisen since t'he'United States first several years been engagei; in. building 50 stores afford from Monday till Saturday!

S secured control of the plant and fran. hard; roads and as the commissioners S A. :Cruther.

Circulation Statement Can Bo Secured. chises of" the French Canal Company. are the ones who have There is a prominent official In Washington MONDAY 10 A. M.

--- S $ $ 5 r 5 p Another: thing that should induce charge of the work in their respective a frequent diner at the hotels ,

Offices, 108 and 110 East Papers Saleo'n' Trains the officials in charge of the work to districts they are consequently who" is ..most" fastidious In, his ideas: Kress'. Famous Jardiniere Sale

I I complete the canal at the earliest possible the ones 'who must put in the most S'with respect to the service rendered by 25 cents each
Government. Phone 38. and at all NewsStands.PENSACODA this official
waiters. One afternoon
date is the facttn'at 'Mexlco'ai.! time to see that that work is properly

r .S I S -f ... -1 -A- '-""JULL_.___ ..-. -_-_ -,, -S.. ready' has a railroad across the Isthmug done and that bills for same are feeling":somewhat under the weather With a One Dollar PurchaseA

of Tehaunlepec and ,it will be properly rendered. decided' to omit hIs usual substantial complete and beautiful collection. Wonderful
:FLORIDA: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE, 24, 1906 lunch and to_ substitute therefor some
possible for this :route to' practically Under a recent ruling of the state! light refreshment As he entered the variety of shapes' shades that appeal to every taste,

control trans-Isthmian shipments Until auditor the maximum, which a county cafe 'of' fashionable hotel, a new
Mr Bryan Radical of free sliver, which has solved itself I a Worth up to $3.50--Comc!
a and is no longer an issue, and Mr. such time as the canal i? opened to commissioner can draw from the waiter,, with the grandest of manners, ,,

Not Conservative the commerce of the world. By reason -. county for payment of services in one hastened forward to take the hat anJ -
a Bryan stands to-day equally if not ,
of this control previous to the year is $100.00 for fifty days work, coat of the official. He then assumedthe 11A.M.
During Its whole existence The more radical than he was when he canal is either in attendance at' blandest of expressions and awai ,
construction of the it possible meetings or
Sfournal has 'been a supporter of both !first ran for the presidency. And that a large proportion o! the traffic in the inspection of roads together ed the order. Scarcely glancing at the Kress' picture SaleAn
therein lies his ,strength. People like bill of fare, the official said: :"Bringme
the man and the policies, represented radicalism. It is what we need- that would naturally go through v ith his mibage 1 for attendance at a .milk toast. Theo waiter heard unusualscombination of artistic gilt frames in avariety

iy Win. J. Bryan. It has supported what the country wants-what makes! the, canal, were it ready, for business meetings only. If the, fifty days allowed but remained motionless, all attentionto of subjdcts.

fcim because, his recognized! honesty, will be diverted permanently to the a commissioner is exhausted hear the rest of the anticipated or- .

>:lis splendid ability, and his intrepid the world move. Conversatism has Mexican route, to the detriment of his additional work! on the road."or der. "That's. all I want," said the official 15 cents,
lAmericanlsm have always had'' our never accomplished anything: since I Worth 40 cents
in attending be "hurry !
canal finances.Of meetings must given up .
'admiration and respect, and becauss the :world began, never can, and course there are those whowill say free.It. The waiter went away with 'disappoIntment I -

the( policies which he stands for,have ever will. .,a and Contempt stamped TUESDAY
upon
9 A. M.
that there is already, more ,business is obvious .that if the commIs- ,
been in nearly every case our own 'Let Mr. Bryan's new friends not every feature of his haughty Counte-
in sight than the canal can sioners are to have charge of the
policies and have represented our delud'e themselves deluded they accommodate nance. The ,official had not failed to Sale of Japanese China
but the wise traffic manage: road1 work, there should be some law observe the disposition of thewaiter I Great war,
own ideas of government. really are-that he has grown con 1
looks well to his fen s.nd. takes authorizing. paymentfor services rendered so he decided not to give, hiS", usual
It is extremely gratifying to The servative. When he gets conservative '
steps to head off competition in order in seeing 'that the work is 'generous fee. The waiter; after considerable This choice collection includes a varied assortment of beautifully
Cournal therefore to note the Bryan, his old and real friends will II
I to increase dividends. While the properly performed. Escambia county delay slowly returned with 1
entlment which noV' seems to be not want him and his influence will hand-decorated tabtaware, fancy dishes and ornaments ; also several
the toast. As he laid it down he also
,
'canal is in of construction it needs roads worse than she needs
process
permeating, all sections of the_,country ceas to erist. If he is nominated placed the bill the table-a check of the In this I
: is conceded that the business of the anything else just now. upon pieces exquisite Moriage ware. purchasing lot. we
: ,and to find In the latest accession for president he will,be.a radical candidate I for 25 cents, the price of the modest

\; to the Bryan ranks a ,general standing on a radical plat ;Panama Railroad will be seriously The president should secure a dish. took advantage of an exceptional opportunity and offer every article:

;though tardy recognition of the great I handicapped and: it is possible that "That's small check" he remarked
form. patent on the muck rake. It has apparently a to you at less than half the usual cost.
Nebraskan's place in the politics ,of much of the business now going by superciliously. .
t If those who have so recently dis- solved the problem of per.
(\be nation. I ccvered: conservatism in Mr. Bryan that route will seek the new Tehaun i'petual motion. "Yes" said the official, dryly, "1: Cups and Saucers Bon-Bon Boxes

We cannot resist a feeling of really 'want a' conservative candidate tepee line. would have been 50 cents at a first I Tea, Coffee and after-dinner Cups Bon-Bon Trays

at the explanatory Simply as a business protection the By the way, what has become of class house."-American Spectator. Plates !i Tobacco Jars
i amusement however. -I they should look elsewhere. Thereis Fancy Mugs Rose Bowls
:announcements which these Panama canal should be constructed the Tillman presidential boom which '
by i the last candidate-Judge Parker. Cracker Jars < Vases

:new- mers. introduce themselves to, He could probably be induced to limp with the least possible delay. was So auspiciously launched some A THRIFTLESS GENIUS.The Creams and Sugars Jardiniers

; the band They originally time ? I Chocolate Pots Figures, etc.
Bryan wagon. around the course again and he Is a _ago
called him fanatic General Albert W. Gilchrist has announced 1 Hand to Mouth Existence; That

S .an anarchist a socialist a an, a unknown radical, conservative proper. that he will follow in the We tope our able: .4 .contemporary the' I Was Led by Leigh Hunt. Values up ($1.50.. K ess' price, each...... ....., ...... .2SC

footsteps of William 0"-Bryan; Thio Live Oak Democrat, has not definitelyand Leigh Hunt had no sense eitherof
unsafe etc. etc.
quantity, an leader ,
3tow they say he has broadened expanded At the meeting of the state good. is the first intimation. we .have had absolutely abandoned. that Till- time 'or of money, a grave fault. TUESDAY, 3 P. M.

settled down grown older roads convention, in Tallahassee last I that the General had. .. presidential as man boom. 'Irl- perhaps an unpardonable vice, in a Giant Sale-Persian RibbonsA

week the following resolution was pirations. -S man who had a wife and children de-
-
as it were; that he has got rid of special of; special-all silk-Somesix inches wide
Georgia! is against it. Just thlnk
up
adopted: "That it is the best Inter. pending ,upon hini. As long as he

:hla crazy ideas and that "safety andaoIty" 1 ests of the state that the county con'jvlcts of torrid weather and a warm political lived he was thriftless and needy a : 1O cents a yard,

._ ; are written all over him in A Shanghai Case,that campaign; mixed iip, for, one doss. lender Worth $1.00
I and the state convicts be put ",, and a borrower, so generous | up to a yard.
_letters that cannot be misunderstood.! : _ _
upon the workof: constructing improved 4Should.Be ;'" that he could never afford to be just,
Mr. Inv :/ Since house
Neither Bryan nor his friends the packing investigation
t -
can: have any objection to the opinion I public roads in the state, and that' the story 'of.jMary's little lamb :bringingupon those whom he loved Special Dry Goods Day. Special Handkerchief::,

that these Me acquisitions to his(|I proper legislation J'J'the'. :wisdom, of anti-shanghaf bill_whichJs ,now win 'be unpopular as a nursery tale. sincerely a constant burden of debt Lace Curtains .Hosiery etc., all at Kress' June Sale

hold the legislature of Florida be promptly before Congress is a measure that and, care. How reprehensible this Low Prices. :
xanks or profess to hold, but it '
jnustr necessrlly afford the former a[ passed to this end." This Is exactly should have had. the consideration of: The,position Congressman- Long. was he seems never to have felt,

.great* deal of amusement among in accord with what The Journal has that august :body: many' ;ears ago, worth 'in Europe is similar,_.... to that of: though he blames himself freely and \
--' } light and if the reader of WEDNESDAY
themselves.As 'i always advocated. The place for the an! it is almost incomprehensible. that the tail of a: smal D9tli.kite. heartedly, 9 A. M.

I I state convicts is on the public roads some seeker after fame did not" think his autobiography is disposed to feel Kress'
a matter of fact, Mr. Bryan has for :Mrs. Hunt it is not be- Enamelware Sale
the Breathitt couldn'tItEep sorry
) and they should be taken out of of it in the past when the practice Bloody county
changed but little if any on any ot, the ,. ,cause her husband sets him the et.ample Another example of Kress' exceptional values. These
hands of the lessees and be put upon was more prevalent than it is at the quiet even during dog day. ;

the great cardinal principles\ whose!i public works. present time. However, it .is better '. :This was Leigh Hunt's one high-grade good simply can't be duplicated elsewhere,
advocacy has made him famous. Ho 11f 'f* vice never amended
or
actively repented -
late than n&v.er. and it is to be earnestly 'l' S for less than thr e times the price
(was a radical ten years ago and he I of. Yet he had had his warn.
hoped that the"measure: will become -
Is a radical< now.. He ,preached. equal. INADEQUATE DEFENSE ing. It is pathetic to compare with ; 25 cents
People:Read Advertisements a law without unnecessary de- OiF OUR. ,SEA COASTS *
rights to all then and he each other the two following
preaches li i pas. Values
I I a --- up to $1.00--Wednesday only.
them now. He,was opposed special_ las Well as News, lay.The recent publicity given the Savannah News. sages and to see how clearly Leigh
case --- --
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t privileges in 1KH5 and he is opposedto Hunt foresaw his danger and how
special privileges'in In'1906. 'I I The following is from that excellent of Lewis Silcox, who it is: alleged' : incapable he proved of escaping it: Hassocks Nea and Durable; RUBS A great variety of beautiful

I paper the Tampa Herald: : was induced to board a vessel at Pen "1 mad o Br sse1s and attractive in tap-
It Is! ,true -that in the matter of free have seen, he writes in 1808, and'Axmmster ';WIth oIl cloth patterns
carpet
i In all the large newspapers the sacola by a runner who accosted him Wie published a few days ago a and 1 variegated
Silver, 3fr.:. Bryan', will probably take city F. "so much, of the irritabilities, or, bottom, ear-top hand es. All edges. estry ve vet rug";.
the round, 'and. properly so, that t advertisements are read with as at the otepot upon his arrival in the acting statement chief by of Col.artillery George showing Harrison whyit rather, the miseries, accruing from bound with heavy cord: 9 inches high.! colors, fringed ends. Rugs that will
and interest the
great avidity '
as city brings the matter closeto Cannot be bought in
pretty
; ordinary stores
free silver is 'I desirable that the Hull want of a suitable income and the wear.
no longer an issue;, news in"the paper. With the adop- was highly for75c.
that.the conditions which made it de-'[tlon ,of the modern methods of ad. home and demands a thorough: investigation Mil designed to reorganize and Increase best woman of her time was so wor- .ii: -

ciraible ten years ago do not now I vertlsing in Tampa the same condition on the part of those the efficiency of the coast artillery ried and! finally worn out with the Kress' price !- 25C 'l5c.andl'OOvaIues..each,25c ,

exist. The demand for 'free ,siIver will prevail here at, least it whose business ills to protect "the. Interests service should be promptly passed. early.negligence of others in this respect !'
Watch
Harrison's'argument conclusive Pensacola Journal of
'| should. 'The merchants expend a of the people ,and It Is to be Col. was I ,that if ever I was determined ofWednesday for specials
\vas based on the fact that there was' In its presentaton: of facts. The
great deal of month to : the laft three
money every such days, or
hoped that. Investigation will be
fiot enough money In the country! give the people the news of the large government has spent millions of !, in anything it is to be perfectly

:wIth which to do business and that; commercial establishments and .their\ undertaken at: once while the ''vesse l dollars for implacements along the clear of the world and ready to meet !!VlATCH KRESS! "WINDOWS'Legal

i upon which Silcox.sailed is still with- coast and for modern.high-power guns the ,
free ,coinage would help to supply announcements will be found of conI exigencies'of a married life before
I siderable Interest and if ,they are followed in the jurisdiction of. the' United to be mounted in them, but it has I do marry, for I will not seea .
sufficient circulating medium to carry, readers neglected to provide the men to ban
| closely the will be States.
wife who loves and is the
that business The United the at Inspection me comfort -
en States die guns. Only recently an
profited.
i1 1'
: Of course, there are two sides to of existence afraid to buggy, one (1)) child's chair, one
speakto
failed to open the mints to free coinage .I Tampa Is coming to be recognized of Fort Screven on Tybee my Jdvertisements, willow settee one (1) willow nek" '.
every story and it- may develop that Island by Gen. Duval! it found me of matters. She shall
was
money :
but God opened the gold mines ras a leader in progress in the South six ((6) oak cane bottom chairs a-
fcf the Tncon and of other regions and[' and this feature in the city should be 'Silcox: went on board the vessel and impracticable to have target practice ,never tremble to hear a knock at ADMINISTRATOR'$, NOTICE. one (1) oak center table, and o'ncr
/ encouraged. The newspapers are do- signed papers for the voyage as with the largest guns, for the: sufficieni the door or to meet a quarter day.' Estate of E. A. Gasajnan. deceased. miscellaneous articles J. C r"l">
the: deficiency in the
circulating ing'a lot for the progress of the city, stated by the captain.- Whether he reason that there were not men And in-1832: Creditors legatees, distributees and Pelt Sheriff of Escambia fonrr. .
medium was for the at least enough at the to provide crews all
present post persons having claims or demands \
at least some of them are, and as they knew what he was doing at the time for all of the pieces. ,Should there "I: never hear a knock at the door against this estate re Florida. Sjun1aw4'SHERIFF'S _
supplied. The prosperity which has i depend almost entirely on the adver. required to I
resulted from all this but proves the!Using columns for their revenue, the i Is another question, and it is doubt come a sudden declaration! of war' Irat I think somebody is coming to present them to me within two years

quantitative theory of which people 'can lend them valuable assistance ful if he fully realized' the meaning o:t there would' be a similar lack of take me away from my family. Last from this date. Frank Gassman administrator. SALE.

-. money ,l by paying"close attention to his actions. trained men at the past to man the Friday I was sitting down to dinner May 6. 1806. By virtue of an execution issuei o'r
Bryan- advocated ,ten years ago and armament up to its full efficiency. oawSw. of the Ebcambia County Circuit C"-:
the advertisements and thus encour- The fact that any citizen of the when I was called by a man
away
: the fact that the 'question is no longeran the ,merchants to According to Col.! Harrison's statement wherein Marine Grocery Co are ;pa; a'
age a more liberal United States can be spirited' who brought an execution: into I
'issue Is simply the result of the use of the columns of the live away "we can man just about one- my I tiffs and B. G. Caro is defendan1
news-
l fcondttions to which we have referred.' papers. and turned adrift in a foreign country, third of the guns which have been house for 40 shillings." -London In Escambia CountyCircuit; Court, have levied upon and will sell at :' ''

without money and without friends is emplaced" and Col. Harrispn speaksas Spectator. State of Florida. In Chancery.( Liz, lie outcry to the highest bidaf "
On the,tariff question Mr., Bryan Is.' Curing ,the next six weeks the me:- with full -knowledge. zie Peak Anderson I r., 't
An- cash
sufficient of Itself to warrant investigation an expert vs. Charles A. in front of the County
the same radical extremest that he' chants\ will be holding clearing sales an That means that not one-half of the derson. On Monday. tie 6th day of House door in the City of pro-a;" a,

was when he made his great tariff and there will be somethin'g of unusual for had :Si cox signed for'the.'voyag strength of the seacoast fortification: Hank Bank White White, the Gave minstrel the Tip.lived In August A! D., 1906, the defendant I on Monday, the 2nd day of July. A I D

peech In 18 acknowledged at the Interest every day. The readers as claimed, he should at could be developed speedily in case of Reading, VL, for He Charles A. Anderson, Js required to i, 1906, during the legal hours of should watch
the advertising columns least have been returned to need lack of trained men. many years. was appear to the bill i the '*
be I I the port owing to filed against him following described property
Ume to the speech1ever
tariff
greatest
II closely and be to take advantage fond of horse races, and
ready rarely
S I I from whence he sailed, as the vesse l Artillerymen could not be provided. very herein. This! order tri1! be published! wit: One (1)) share of the Pen delivered on the floors of con- of thebargains offered. returned to Pensacola after They have, to be taught their duties.: missed! any'ot the meetings In Windsoror once each week for eight ((8) consecu- Bar Pilots Association being 1-29fh '".

pees. He still believes in the inCome -J I Whether of not people read adver- her : dischargIng Modern warfare involves technical Rutland'county.. Once he attendeda tive weeks in The Pensacola Journal terest of the stock of said associa':
made
tax and he has not. yet arrived 1 tisements'depends on the paper itself. cargo and a trip to Rio training and repulres a high degree
at that point where he will admit':I 1 The advertisements In every livexpa"per Janiero and back Pensacola since efficiency in mechanics. Personal breeders' meetings were famous and bia CountjA.. If. McMillan, Clerk County Florida. 3Juneia'41

that the Judiciary is infallible. He are. read as studiously as are its he was put ashore at :Antwe'pI bravery will always be a desirable Attracted people from New York, Massachusetts Circuit Court By L G. Aymard D. ::!!

believes in the election of United I The practice of .shanghaiing Is despicable factor In ffghting but it cuts less fig. New Hampshire and all C. Pensacola Fla.. May 25. 1806.
I I news columns They are read because -. in the extreme and! it 'can ure now than ever before in the history over Vermont On this.particular day (Seal) ; 27mayoaw8w SAFES I SAFES I SAFES! SAFES!
States Senators by direct vote 'of the]
they are live advertisements vof far coast defenses
only be stopped by war so as Hank was seated in the grand stand,
people. He_believes in raIlroad regulation -:I that Is the only kind that,a live paper resort tq severe are concerned. 'Mathematicians, engineers one of 6,000 people.t'ilod" SHERIFF'S SALE. Buy .Diebold Safes.

and he is 'opposed to railroad lj|:I will carry. measures. The parties" to this particular and machinists, man the fort : Fish Ira, a well known char. By virtue of an execution issued out Scarritt Moreno, Agent.

monopoly If it should come down to''I]!I Look The Journal; advertising col-- case are known and they are and work' the guns, and green men acter, was driving his horse, Belvidere, of the Escambia; County; Circuit Court -:'!
where they be".secured if investigation cannot perform the service effectivelyThe wherein J. Hooton and A. V. Clubbs
a decision as to whether the ?ail-j umns', this an a v'l"J large bay horse with not too
J i over morning. They are as organization of the coast defense
into are plaintiffs and Frank Suter is de
the matter is
,roads should own the government .live, as interesting, and as profitable begunas : service, Col. Harrison says is much speed, but the owner had an idea fendant I,have levied upon and will THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO

the government own the 01'1 I IMr. reading in every way as the news it should; 3>e. without, delay. precisely what it was thirty years ago that he was a wonder. It was in the sell at public outcry ty the highest

.. Bryan would be found deciding columns of the paper. The Journal The. attorney : The government .has made prodigious free for all race. All the horses exceptBelvIdere" bidder for cash in front >f the County APALACHICOLA FLA.
general has
finally decided strides in fortifications and armaments had passed the grand stand
I Court House door in tM
City of Pen-
that the should and its advertisers both
the
government own I combine to to Investigate the'Standard Oi but.It has not kept step in providing -almost neck and neck on the first half acoa! on Monday the 2nd day of Manufacturers of

iMilroads. He does not believe In1 make' them that way. monopoly. Parson Rockefeller must the men who are to stand 'behind It was, a beautiful race. Trailing behind July, A. D., 1906, during the legal

r,- ::trusts nor in trust contributions, to We may add that The Journal pays :have received a straight Up previous the guns and upon whom de about twenty rods came Belvi boars of sale, the following described Cypress Shingles.

i: 'taUt1c&n campaigns any more than he just as much attention to securing a .to his departure foreign shores. pends success or failure. Under the dere; the."drive!' urging him on to better property to-wit: One :: ((1) cooking

''dd in 189' and ,he Is as" much live,.readable advertisement as it does r. present organization there are actually efforts,,and when hewas- in front range and utensils with hot water. "
< not men enough to take proper of, the grand Hank boiler and attachments, one ((1) box -S W' x 4" ,x 18"X51x18
opposed to the interference. of theee to' getting a.Iive, readable news story. stand -stood up and
Elijah Dowie care of the of
: in times peace
says ifather wask1Ucd : guns ; household goods, .one '
yelled at the "
or his
1aJ. interests in .polities now aa':i The.result.is. that people read. one as in the'r.meaU. what would be the condition In the top voice: "Take th% # -
and
} spring three
j war and, the event of'wa.r? first turn to the left, Hod; all the otho..ft'S : : (3) bundles I Icarpeting" 'i j SCypiess" ;
e5as'hen.; ( eagerly as they do'th'e other and they Old gentleman, himself denies that he have gone that and household goods, *one all Desoripuns
way. Hod Tanks of
M tact.. eliminate the single issue i get pleuure'and profit from both. Is deaol: Somebody is evidently lying. The present artillery organization Belvidere to the h&m.-Boston drove (1) step ladder one (1) [small heater I
consists of 18,165 These di Herald.
#t men. axe .... two (2) towel racks L,5t.
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I Number of Prominent Gentle Number( of Young Men of the. B Here's a chance to reach out a-ciget the pick of this seasons :

Will Enter and Drive Senior Class Returned Yes

men Their Own Animal.,, ; I, terday- :from(: Up the.,Bay .*> suite at a big reduction in price-rightih the heart of the season ,


of the + We're to New York in July to gather in goods fort :
Interest in racing seems to be reo The first camp Young Men's going our ,
I
,!Yivin In Pensacola, and there is now; Christian Association, prove a decided '= s
movement under way which promises success, and the young-men of the ;
4 I class :r..J;. Fall and have started this sale early to clean out the :
to raise it to a much higher plane as senior who left here a week LU we so as ru ,
It will he for the sport and not for ago for a point about four miles from y
money consideration that will Robinson's Point, spent the time most
cause any 'ii owners to enter their horsesto enjoyably. ItJs.the idea of the Y. M ) present stock and give our customers the benefits m
afla C. A. establish =f.
take !" *in the 1" a permanent camp '
The pv t Is a gentleman's driving ing ground and have .those who wish
race which, if the present plans arecarried 'go"'into vcamp each year for a weekor m 't ii nii
out, will be pulled off'at Kup-' 'longer period, if they so desire. A 20 Per Cent off on Hats ;
,frlan park next Friday afternoon.There camping ground has been presented .
sv'U! be no purse but two hand-: the association by T. A. Jennings; but tU Rl : :
some cups will be offered for the win as it is located some forty miles distant I '
hers in wo of the events. One of the it was not used this year. Suits $8.00 $18.00 Suits $14.10 i ini
$10.00 ______ Shirts Reduced to..80c W !
Important rules that will be strictly The party' this yea'r was composed -------------- -- ----- Emery
adhered to will be that each owner of Prof. McGee, E. B. Adams, James I k-;
drive his own entry. So far there Andrews, W. M. Walker; Mr Gunder. $12.00Suits---------------$9. .60 $20.00Suits -------------$16.QO. ,.1 '
have been about half a dozen entries, sheimer and D. C. Barrow. I J.W $1.50 Shirts reduced to ___1.25 "' ,
prominent gentlemen of the city enter. Mrs. McGee and family visited :Mr. 1 tU $12.50 Suits________,_____ $10.00 $21,00, Suits___;________ $16.80 ft ,
Ing norses which have records of and Mrs. Dickerson nearby' during the = > $2.00 Shirts reduced to__ __$1.60 :
about 2:50 and 3 minutes. camp.The'party. 1.m '" $13.50 Suits____ ______-...$11.80 $23.50 Suits --____,------ -$18.80 fB
There will probably be three or four went to the camping placeon = Summer Underwear Reduced :

races though these details have not the.launch Wolverine last Monday m : $15.00 Suits _________.....$12.00 $25.00 Suits____________ $20.00 m _
been arranged. Bt Is the intention, if mornin'g. The camp site selected was'a

this event proves a success, to have beautiful ,one" and the young men, .fJ- $16.50 Suits ________''___-, $13.20 $26.00 Suits_____________ $20.80 15 per cent m
other races of this order each weekon being out for a good time, were jolly : ::.t
and good-natured from the to 111 # .'
the track at Kupfrian's park. start N '
the end,although they"returned: somewhat -

FINDINGS INWYNNE' :expeditions bljstered,,from and their with various a big stock fishing m S'

of fish and snake stories. ST ANDAR.D CLOTH/NO CO. j

CASE The Junior class of the -Y. M. C. A. S
will go into camp about the middle of x
next: month, and' a large number of F j
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DISMISSED' FROM U. S. I Revs. Breedlove and Observation. Both Hat Him. .::.'
right spirit Provision of NaMl-e.
A Kindly
CONCERT AND An observant man In all his Intercourse remarked Wilson r i'
DANCE in these meet. Tunny thing
Hicks have co-operated "The codfish," said the professor, t
CORPS. with and the world
MARINE
society conBtantly musingly. "Tom Wilkins and Edith
( SAGE LEAVESs: ings. 'lays considerably more than 1,000- i-
i. The remains of old."Grandpa"SeenI 000 and unperceived marks on every Brown used to be g'!'.at friends of 1:
AT ELECTRIC
PARK eggs. person and thing the figure ex mine. I introduced them to each other.. :.
I I cer were interred In the new ClopItonla "It is mighty lucky for the codfish i
8p eal! to The Journal. I I burying ground Thursday after- that she doesn't have to cackle over pressive of its value and, therefore, on They got married and tOW: neither of ;:II
Washington, D. C., June .The Special! to The Journau I[noon. When! the Spencer family came ," said the student who came meeting thaT person or thing, knows them will speak to me. Wonder :what 1;
findings in the court martial trial of PLEASANT AFFAIR WILL OCCUR Brent, June 23.-We have had a fine, from Michigan to Pensacola in search every from egg farm. Instantly what kind and degree. of at. I, the reason can be?" 1:j
Capt Bobt! F. Wynne, of the Marine week for the agriculturists and the;I''of I a Florida home I called their at- a tentlon to give it This Is. to make I '.
corps for insubordination have been THERE! TUESDAY NIGHT market is flooding with bountiful:: tention to block 199 in New City, something of experience,-John Foster. '! CrOll Purpose .'if
recalled by the Navy Department, crops. I I which was then on tie market. They Not Guilty. i. Mrs. Klubba (severely] )-I've been h:
and1 fordarded to the Judge advocate JUNE 26. Oorn and cucumbers are super-abun.1 soon decided to purchase that pretty Lawyer-You say you left home on Tamed Poetry. j| lying awake these three hours waiting 1 a
general for review. dant, while beans melons and tomatoes little block which had once been a the 20th. Witness-Yes, sir. Lawyer "I wish to submit..a lyric] sir," said for you to come home. Mr. Klubbs '' '
Gossip has it that Capt Wynne are on the eve of a coming glut.: model garden_under the managementof -And came back on the 25th? Wit- the timid\ young aan. "My friends, say ; (ruefully)-Gee! And I've been stay ?I
has been found guilty and that the There will be. a pleasing band concret There will probably be too many Mr. J. V. Dansby, the "scientific ness-Yes, sir. Lawyer (severely- it's a beauty-really sings Itself." ;: ing away for three hours walQpg1! for ;,'iI
'court is severe in its recommendation .- and dance.atElectric Park Tues Leconte pears for the home market, market 'gardner. | What were you doing In the interim? "HumphF1! said the cold hearted edt I TOU to go to sleep.
possibly for dismissal Con.firmation day night June 26, the music 'bengfurnished' and there should be some forwardedto I 'Some years after the death of his Witness-Never was in such a place. tor. "We couldn't use a poem like that. i iI I j -
of the rumored recommendation : by.the. U., S. Navy Yard northern markets before they get wife, Joseph Spencer decided to re-I We want one that, once printed, will I
cannot 'be obtained from the. Band. The following program will too ripe' for transportation: turn to the north and end his days I We are ail wise, The difference between ,remain perfectly quiet and not keep I j Art Above Nature ki':
department officials nor will any intimation be rendered:. The protracted meeting" ''Brent with relatives there. But that climate -| is not in wisdom( bu; InartEmerson. I 1 Art Is one of the greatest phenomena<
I persons our readers awake by singing Itself at
of- the courts verdict be Programme closed Thursday night, having been became...;;,almost unbearable as I of our world. It Is one of the most ;t
made public, until the secretary'has IP. F. Ehlers, Bandmaster. held every .night through a midsummer he advanced in age, and he reversed'his all times. _ 1 serious of things. Nature has no art t f';
passed on it. 1. ilarch. ,Miss .Simplicity. De- week. The attendance was generally decision to'come' back to this more -" Merely a Precaution. Xature is grotesque and weird, but tt
A. :W.:: :M. Trinis. light. Let us hope on accountof congenial clime to spend the remainder The Flower of-Tramphood. "Now, Lester,"' said the old cebger, art is ours; it is human. Art means 1 It
2. Overture.., Comedy.--:;Bela- the dark nights and ''"harvest time,". 'of his lifer He was a fine neigh! A New York woman was surprised addressing his callow nephew in an anything. A system of philosophy la ;;1
OFFICER'S OF THE: M. W. 0. -W. 3,' ,Grandi' 'Fantasie. : Southern rather than a lack of zeal in the-Christian bor and'a s llfistaritial'citizen' of the recently when an apparently well] man admonitory tone "It Is as proper that as much art as beauty in sculpture and ,,;'
INSTALLED: FRIDAY NIGHT Memories-Hecker._ cause. highest character. stopped her on the street and asked for you should pay the fiddler as it is to rhythm,and cadence in poetry. There +
4.: Selection/from/ Babes in Toy I have always noticed that. it is THOS. ld nW\N. money. ""How Is it that a great, strong liquidate any other debt, but if s Is the art of living, the art of meeting 'r
R. Wentworth, state land.-Herbert.. difficult ,to "raise crowds" when the
Henry org'an.tzer fellow like you should walk: the streets fine exhibition of extry width betwixtthe people. No bird gives real music. The ;1.
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for the Modern Workmen ofthe 5. The Rosary-Nevin. nights are so short and the "days too '
,
she asked eyes to Inquire the fiddler's price finest nightingale: sends out only weir!
:\Vorti1. who organized .lodge of that 6. 'PatroL The Guard Mounl- ong. CONCERT AND DANCE-ELECTRIC begging? I
Eilenberg. PARK-= WIth a Chesterfieldlan bow, the beggar before the dance begins. -Puck. tones, but it Isn't music. The only mu-
order in this city installed the newly 'Much good may be done where but TUESDAY NIGHT. 'I'
elected! officers (Friday night. There The program'will commence immediately -few are. assembled together:, .in the OARS EVERY. HALF HOUR. replied, "Because, madam, it is the gifts Bical sound in nature is the sound ofwater "
was a good attendance of members l:) on the arrival of the 8 only calling that'permits a man to ad Use faithfully and they dripping from a rock. Art Is: I
and the charter was presented by o'clock car, and after the concert I L dross a beautiful lady without the for- Ehall be enlarged. Practice what yell Lyperaature! antinature. It Is neither .

Prof. Hamrick in a few well chosen there will be ttencirig.'Admission is :.....4+{.......4...i...4.. .O.......i.........ee.e.. r. aty of an introduction."-Woman's know and you shall. attain to hi:hes I Imitation nor rivalry, but something "' rI
remarks. The officers of the new order 25 cents. Home Companion. kncwled-Arnold., we give to nature.-Dr. Emil Reich. t -IessaaaBasaasaaaaaaaaBaaaaaaegaaBaeaaaaaasa
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I 'Mustard and Cress"Froni
Worthy Workman-O. A. Bailey. VISITORS WELCOME AT 9

Wentworth.Vice Worthy Workman T. T. SCHOOLS NOS. 1 AND, 2. .. l lOJ

; Past Worthy Workman. John Next 'Friday..'between- -the hours of Y Pt, Barrancas i -. *
Gerklns.! 9 a. m., and.-12 o' loclr..visitors! will "-,?"
Scribe--Go. C. Stanford. I be welcome at public school No. ]1 H4$4........iti ......a ........ .....w ; )-
Banker H. R. Wentworth and the grammar' grades of schoo]I .. STOREMI m
Prelate-H. E. Stanford. No. 2.This. I I THE BIG
Guide- Warden-H. T. Taylor. l c'ay. and all schoolwork, such as Fort Barrancas June 23.-Lots' of "Huh! Talk] about something you're '
Inner Sentinel T. McGuire, drawing art work, etc.,-will be on ex the 'boys here say they would sii'J-' wise to; you don't know what an Hi
Outer Sentinel-G. B. Sawyer. hibition.LifeProbkfli. scribe for the Pensacola Journal .t azimuth angle.is.." fU
there were only some news of .the "I. don't ehr! Why (I was doing my in '
... -- garrison in it now and then. first hitch in the C. A. when you l We are going to offer some very low prices our :
Well I don't think The Journal were milking."
misses much of importance-but1: per 'tWell: then. 'sn6.rty, what is au I Mid-Summer Sale in shoe and clothing department. U s
A haps my bold comrades want a dish azimuth angle?"' .
: ofo salad occasionally-"Mustard! and "I'll tell you. It's the arc of the $22.50'MEN'S SUITS FOR .$13.75 $15.00 MEN'S SUITS FOR: . 12.45 "1"
Cress/! as my old friend' George ,R. circle made by the angle of departure MEN'S SUITS FOR 15.25 $12.50 MEN'S SUITS FOR. 10.25 1U l'
Simsused- 'to call. .his weekly dish of the moment it crosses the centrifugal 18.00 16.50 MEN'S SUITS FOR. 13.95 $10.00 MEN'S SUITS FOR. .. 8.45 tU. -.
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Hurry, Hard, Nervous Brain Work chatter ruse"; ,
... -. News this hot weather? My dear ft *
maydalNo. ,Harm toys there Isn't any, it too 'warm to ', !'Sure Bill, .,you're a wonder: Reminds n1 One Job Lot of Grey and Brown Crash Suits at the following i
do anything and I am much too lazyto me of the story of two fellows .
410 invent anything. talking, on religion; one says' to the fU prices:

or Terrible, InjuryIt Did you see the big military funeral other,. 'You don't know anything $18.00 SUITS FOR.. .$13.00 $10.00 SUITS 7.25 N
at the post Sunday when we buried about it. I'll' bet you an even five 1m SUITS FOR. .. ? 11.00 AtIN
$15.00 .. .. .. J.V
? 6.35 ,
that real good fellow? Wasn't it 'a plunks that you can't say the Lord's SUITS FOR. .. 8.95 $ 9.00 SUITS FOR :.
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all depends on food and the mental! condition. And beautiful the scene and at touching the National spectacle Cenie' ? Pyarer. "' I'll: take :you; here.goes: I 20 Per Cent Reduction In Boys' and Youths Clothing. '

tery-wasn't it impressive, and what When I lay me down to sleepI .
a gooa' turn out of the Army and pray the Lord my soul to keep. .
If you find,yourself growing weakor, some Navy Union and what a simpleyet "'Ah all right,' says the other fellow SHOES w
grand service there was at* the you; win, I di-aft't. think youknew 0 .
stomach or any other trouble is setting. in', it's a grave. Chaplain Perry said it was it'"Well tUB $3.50 LADIES OXFORDS FOR. .$3.10 $1.75 LADIES' OXFORDS FOR.. 1.45UDES Di
beautiful That's a fine order, to belong Bill, so long. Here comes LADIES': OXFORDS FOR. 2.49 J.U .3 !
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$3.00 .
surer you are using up more; gray matter, to boys. They have over one the launch.." ), LADIES' OXFORDS FOR. 1.97 $150 OXFORDS FOR. 1.27 r.u' '
hundred! members now and Jhere "So long Tom. Got the making?" $2.50 W I.ADIES'.OXFRDS; FOR.89. .(
than the food replaces. ought to be a garrison of'three huji- "Ah! skiddoo! .Bill, 23 for you." OJ $2,00: LADIES' OXFORDS FOR. 1.6g : N '
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dred. Ask Dr. Benton of the Marine 'Well that's 'enough news' for this: 20 Per Cent Reduction in all our Men'5 Low Shoes. Ranging N
How correct:it? Change..dic't., .. ... Hospital what he thinks of the order. week. I'll see what I can hit up for tD .
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He is a member and it would"be a next Sunday's Journal, so look out. m in Prices From $1,50 to $3.00. t tw
Quit coffeeen#freiy. good thing if many more'officeh: for it. i
joined; It would improve the"esprit. THE! CHEERFUL LfAR. HATS' m ;
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Breakfast de corps. ..
The sympathy of the garrison is .. .. .. 1.93 i :
\ who N $3.00 FELT HATS. .. .. $2.53 $250 STRAW HATS '
with Sergeant and Mrs. Brinkby. IT IS A PARASITE .
A little fruit. have buried their little child. Taken l f $2.50 'FELT )HATS .. .. 1.98 $LCO J STRAW, HATS. . .. 1.69 i i" ,
sick suddenly it .was with the Gool) That Causes Itching Scalp, Dandruff,,1m I '$2.00 .FELT HATS . .. 1.69 ,.
A dish of GRAPE-NUTS and,cream. Shepherd in only a few"hoursV Wall and Finally, Falling Hall. $1.50 FELT HATS . . 1.27 $1.75 STRAW HATS. ? 1.35 r
mourn with the bereaved couple The Itching,'scalp, the falling hail. fIJ Uy r =
A soft-boiled Egg Toast an"i Cent Discount in all our Panama Hats.
and offer our sincere. condolence.. :and the dandruff that annoys are the! !U' 25 Per J t
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: # # # work of a "parasite hidden in the!.I : N t. r.
POSTUM-- HJT. fU'
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cup How hot it was on parade to-day scalp. That parasite must be killeu, Half Hose at reduced fU ; 'fm
line
Fancy
beautiful of
blohcl We have a .
One of the boys said the to cure dandruff; and the only'IN
There are nourished and :happy untif might let us shell our blouses': preparation that will do that is New prices. SOc quality for 39c. 25c quality for IBs.Cforri m i :
you : "Oughtto have it in' chambray; iro's Herpicide. "Destroy the cause
shirts, ..white pants and campaign you remove the effecL"
lunch time and that haveTthe"odd: the
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sure you hats" said another. .: life forces use to fully rebuild the:waste.; i in'gray Skiddoo!"' sat a third, 'Ve'd. look'like "My self and wife had .dandruff an i stud G-rvo TJ a'Look..
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.,. horse' marines. I falling hair several years. Two bot N it;
matter in and brain. "Ever see a hors marine Jim?' I ties of) Ne-wbro's Herpicide completely
nerves .. ;, "Yes, lots of them when' I .was cured us, after several other preparations .IN fU :
"There's a Reason." Prove 'It cabin boy In the .Swiss Navy. bucks conversing on the dock. hair grow glossy and soft as silk i Son '
# ," Hundreds of other testimonials jus t! Wm Johnson. & m
"Say Bill, we've 'got one of _, our asstrong.. For sale by W. A. D'AI :
Sergeants made a (Master Gunner."" eniberte, druggist and apothecary
Grape-Nuts "What does he do?" 121 South Palafox! street, or send 10: aaaaaaaaaeaaaaa2aaaaaaaaW
"Oh! Nothing; just walks around la. stamps for sample to The Herpi aaaaaaa J:,

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-- I $1200 FOR $1000worth REAL ESTATE FOR' SALE :


1. "OUR DOUBTS ARE TRAITORS, .
.0! propertyOn East .Cervan- ,
AND MAKE US LOSE THE ,GOOD WE OFT' MIGHT DO; I tes, near Bayou Texar where'lots are, by j L. Jt st City Maps

BY FEARING TO ATTEMPT.: i selling for, $300 and up, 4 lots facing:

south overlooking bay 'anl bayou. A

; beautiful ,h me site. BARGAINS L. S. BROWN 6 CO :; '

There's the trouble with many a man" :; to-day-"afraid A 14 PER CENT PROPOSITION; ;, ::1: -1( For Sale
to attempt"Make: -
mind to
up your
Two houses East Government 4 fots, block 42. W. K Tract... .$475 L. "
on
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i A FINE PIECE OF BUSINESS'! 4 lots, block 132. N. C. Tract.. .. 700
Be Real Estate Owner .. street bringing in $168 per" year rents. 3' 4 lots, bock: 149, N. C. Tract. .1000 .
This is,"GOOD TUNG. '. A largesupply of CITY MAPS containing
a PROPERTY'ON: THE 'SOUTH StoE; 5 lots, block 138 N. C. Tract. .. .JAG) ; -
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s A REAL BARGAIN. r 2 jots block 2, Belmont Tract, .
and a man .of means in your community. You will -, OF E. INTENDENCIA, NEAR TAR.I on Barcelona St. 4. . 1525 .all SUB-DIVISIONS, BLOCKS, LOTS

never do it unless .you make the attempt. Begin at A FOUR ROOM HOUSE, ONE RAGONA -STREET, THIS IS A...I 24 lots, bock: $5, W. K. Tract
once by buying a piece of real estate. Others have BLOCK FROM BUSINESS' DISTRICT '. :' Fenced and planted. -.-. -.15IK> and .CHANGES IN NAMES OF STREETS

it-;you can do It.We've BARGAIN WORTH LOOKING ,INTp.:[ B'ocks1 113x270 W. K. Tract;
ON LOT 28 FEET 'FRONT BY 170 I
:: I i I Money in these. both..1O0 (m accordance with City Ordinances) will
las FEET DEEP. FOR FIVE LOTS AND A 2-STORY RESIDENCE -, .. .OO'Homes.
Got What You Want I,i Block 168. New City. !

$1000. NEW C!TY, CORNER 10th.. Investments and Good Rent- be received in a few days.
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a starter. If we havn't just what' ou,want we .can :This': 'house, rents for $96 per year;.I :,'. Ing Property. >. i
get it. Our list shows many "good thing3" that will and while it pays a fair,interest now,;AVENUE AND .11th STREET. ABARGAIN :;...3, room house N. 6th Ave., lot 50 These Maps are mounted on Good, Heavy

"money-makn'g"! starter.- Call, write or' hello .is_ sure toa increase in value. x73 rents $7.00 per month. 650
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prove a
: IF SOLD AT ONCE.
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J' I .4 room house, No. 416 W. Zarra- .
us.Pensacola. LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH ME]! ,.gossa. .. .'. .. . . 800;: Linen and. on Rollers and are UP/TO/
FOR SALE. I CAN SELL IT. 1
Two 3 room houses and 3 lots
., I II -.on' corner; good renters, . .1050Ngw DATEin; every part cular.

McDavid-Hyer Company I 1 cotta'ge. 3 corner lots, near .
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Investment .
Company, LESLIE E. -BROOKS)'.I, 'car',line, N..C: .. . 2100

i Agents New York 6'room" house and stbfe combined ,
A. H. D'ALEMBERTE, CHy Manager. No/700 E. Wright St..1400
Phone 462. Fisher Building Life Insurance Company. 6'room cottage, East Jackson .

W. H. KKGWLES, President R. B. SIMPSON Sscrahrr. ,overlookng. the bay. . .1500 : HOOTON & WATSON.
J. E. ST1LLMAN, V- rres. anl Gen. Manager. KNOWLES.BYES. Tmsursr.. ; 8 E. Street I i Neat little home- near. Gadsden .
Government
HELPWJTEDWL4jNTDJULY, i..St., lot 75x110( .. . ... .1500,
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Rae Estate, loans, General, Investments. ._ : -_..":... ....."... -- --,- Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. 8 room' 2 story No. 1201 N. Da- -. Leading Rear Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.

215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola Florida.. : : 1 Saw filer. for. 20 vis, large lot on corner and
'M capacity" 'circular mill 'who can street car.. . . .2000 -4OrJE' 54 'No. 3? PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L

also !oot alter, and keep up engines 12 room 2 story residence

I and machinery. Have automatic gum. ''A N0rth Guillemard: 'St., on'I.I. ._ !- -
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mer and filing machinery., Give references Nice Little Home Jackson and. Palafox.,_ u This ,. ,
and state wages' expected.: an exceptionally! well bunt =

F F. J. WHITE & CO Address: J, M. Russ Lumber..,. On East Cervantes street fronting!; house and could not be built HOTELS. Miscellaneous

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A BargainIn Collins, Miss. 24Junelw south, lot 80 ft. by 137y2 feet deep, 5 ..- now for less than .6000. If --

Artesian Well Drillers j I b .room cottage new and modern, cty sold at onct, price .. ... 3150 I: COMMERCIAL- HOTEL, 'DeFuI ak, J. H. PORTER, :sal malter, 71 Jt) :5ou;.&
WANTED-Men $91.00 monthly made water two blocks from car line, nice Attractive proposition both for i Fla.-New management; newly fur- Palafox street Orders taneu toy

passing biliS tacking signs, etc. L fe f,neighborhood. Can sell on easy pay-, home or investment. We have I' nished; free bath. and sample rooms; tents, awnings, camp stools anu; mascots
For Saw Mills\ and i business. No canvassing. Continental;: meats just the place for a workingman for sale on one'of the best good meals, and 'good"b'eds. Travel- etc. Prices reasonable. lJb
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Water Front Property Turpentine Stills Especially. Distributing Service' Chicago.511., It'; with a small: amount of moneyto I avenues in the city' and in one ing men especially solicited. Rates $2

down. "* block of street car 6 lots upon MH. Stanley. Prop. SHIP CHANDLERS McKmzle .
B pay per ;day. Mrs. : Jer;
WANT :I>-Good"niirse.. Apply 619 which are two modern houses .' I
: $2500For Geneva, Ala., and Graceville, Fla. North Palafcx'St' $1550. -. built 'for homes; will'make I i 29may. ing & Co.. wholesale and nn.u. sn II
-- chandlers and onjy fits >,
We have three new first-class drill. 24ji I grocers 1 ; atjhouse
On East'Jackson and Gadsden comfortable homes or'good, to --.HOTELr-Why" ; $2.50 ,per of kind: in city. :Fair prie.> tl
2-story, 8-room house lot .240x ing machines. We to .. I PARK pay :
are prepared \\UIXTIBD Help in dressmaking.. :streets where the car turns oft 16th buy: and hold-, the houses"will "
250, on Bayou Grande. Good water. inches None but those of need' : rent for all. . day when 'you can get as good room
put in wells from, four to twelve experience ave.- into Jackson street, in block" 9 i well : .5500 I and bed for -50c. ,Coolest pace in MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHuP-

I in, diameter and from one 'hundred toT apply. Apply 31$ W., Gadsden., It of the -New City Tract. I have five One of the most: attractive 8 I, Pensacola.; Special .rates"by the week Willie Mims Proprietor. Frn.I !l
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$2000For room 2 story dwellings'in the ture repairing of all kinds, o-iru
lots, 100 feet the :
running through
sixteen hundred feet in depth. We I or'month. One ,fom postoffice.
block ,
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WANTED-Bookkeeper oil mill, $1200 block. These lots face south on the pity; modern and up-to-date .5500 laid, furniture packed for s'nmvnw!

one-story cottage on water's do our work promptly. We guarantee master mechanic, foundry, $1800:..car line. overlook, the. bay the pretti- 15 room 3 story 'modern new 22may. ,_ Phone 63. Next to Tampa Lamiu...

edge, lot 120x200 on: bayou Grande. satisfaction. saw mill foreman, $1200; :mach'.nist: : ; est building lots in the whole of East dwelling overlooking the bay 22,\!,-
and tool maker, $1000; .1 lady li:>okkee Hill, very desirable neighborhood.For .and-worth the money. .". . .6500 OLD MILL INN-On' bay front. Opens
We. giv the'.best of references. June 1. Large alry: and delightfully CARRIAGES repaired and repa.nu-! :.
$3200Buys er-cashier $900( ; many others, Na'tional quick; sale they go at ; $2100 2 blocks on bayou with .8 room cool. Good""fishing"batbJng; and Floats built to order. Horse h.&
Employment Association, Century -! house, wharf barn, etc. The'price
The ,
east 8 lots of Bock: 171. New
one-story cottage, 5 roomS!;;I Building, Atlanta, Ga. 23j2t*[ City Tract, between 14th and 15th is right; just the place boating;. First/class table: On electric ing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Car a#

on Bayou Grande, 63x250. FOP. Farm Turpentine or laves. and 10th and 11th streets one for summer. . . .. .1600'L'OA'NS car line boarders, 15 minutes ami ride transient from city. Co. -J'
APPLY TO WATED-Mn everywhere; good block '' made in large small j Regular -
Timber Lands, from the car line. They arel I or Terms reasonable. Address Old Mill
pay; to distribute circulars- pretty lots and amounts on real estate.
a good speculation FOR RENT
LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITY matter, tack signs, etc.; no at. . . .. .. .$1550 FIRE INSURANCE SOLICITED.List I Inn, Pensacola-Fla. 4may
Call on or Address iHg. Address National _. your property with for sale. .
M. L. adV'J us ,
Mrs :
I FOR R.ENT-5 on i
Surgi room: cottage
Turner & .AYmard Bureau 100 Oakland Bank Bldg., I have two beautiful lots on the corner I BROWN HOUSE" -DeFuniak Springs. from lint. U
block
Hill car
one --
cago IlL of Jackson and 18th Ave.. over-, Good beds, airy rooms, elegant
.:j L. S. BROWN 6 CO. lot and water. Apply 'o ';
; gas -
Real Estate and Abstrat Co. bath and-
Care M. E. Clarke, I -.I.I'lA'rrrEDBarber looking the bay. two blocks from the. meals; free sample rooms. Bredt, corner 8th ave. and 12h; S.
P. 0. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs. Fla \\ to manage shop of. Special attention to traveling men.
Pensacola, Fla. car line, two blocks from the bayoj
two chairs. Address Box 19, Car* two blocks from the bay-facing south. 201 Theisen 'Building. Rates $2.00 per day. J. R. Brown, 24jlw -

I rabelle, Fla. 22J3tJ.J This is one of the preftfest building "We Sell Lots." Prop: RENT AND GARDEN produce I r"o ,

Will Double Inl WANTED' good cook to cook twol} lots property on the is well whole worth of East$800 Hill.would The be! ,HOTELS AND BOARDING' HOUSES house satisfactory and care family for property to occup>dur,. i.

Milling Outfit .meals a :day. Apply 520 N. PalafqxSt cheap at that price. Fwill sell the WANTED -Before laying your carpet: or mat the summer, a short distance i ,
21jlw. two ting buy a supply of old newspapersto
lots, if sold at onceIfor.$775List ,. city.: Address "House" care Joui .
....:-_ j1 put underneath and protect it. Only 1

Value: Insideof WANTEDPraetical be good job printer and"printer.sober. Mus4 Apply -; your property: 'it with.fJ.'me and 'I WANTED:gage: in-turpentine Partner with business.. $4,000-to Good en I five cents. .a bundle.,. at...this office.,. I 21june. .
will sell It.'i: "
A Desirable Summer Location
For SaleCheap .. '.to J. A. Sanborn, .Carrabelle, Fla> propo--: tion. Address! "Partner. care -
.111' r FERRELL HOTEL Sneads
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_ Florida.! .
Journal. Rent-An efsht-roomed furni-
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,' Nice
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: -O : Rates $2.00'per day. rooms, house on Escambia Bay. Lo:,

MONEY at the market rate of interest WANTED.-The* public to know that good beds, table" the best. J. M. Fe!'-:;:I fruit, chickens, cow, and horI .-.
WANTED-First-class hat on 'city: real estate. old newspapers can be bought at 'eflProp. 17aprjHJTEL ,
; buggy house screened, good
Year Old hats made new. W'j I I ij i-
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for five
a cents bundle.
this office a Theyare '
j Can be reached twice a day by
pressing and
blocking. :
all 'cl aand nice. i'I
$2'per ) Pensacola'at .
VERNON 10:30
guaranteed. Panamas 50c. : -Rates" day. reaching a ::i
25c. Felt 35c. Derbys, 25c. V J. W. BullockT; Jr. Special rate by week. Special attention and leaving at 5 p. m. For f'
WANTED.-A. R. BIngham wants -
That is what deal of real estate to Itooton '_
a great Louis 100 traveling men. Free sam particulars address & \\ '
E. Intendencia street All .,
Consisting of two portable boilers and I in Pensacola is going to do and in. your moving and hauling. He guarantees pIe room. } rs.. J. P. Mauldin, Prop.! rental agents. ,"?>. O. Box L., I < '.-'"

-. ... engines one of 25 h. p., the other 16 h. some of it is in the following list: I come, 19 jnlm < Room 405, ThieSen Bldg. all breakage. Phone 630. ISapr. cola, Fla. 19jiiin *

p.; two sawmills; combination' plainer :Half block In New City.. fronting, Phone 161. '
matcher and edger. I Calalonla ,.squar .. .. ..- ...57501 WANTED--Carrier boys at The Jour- WANTED-Table boarders 208 W.Gadsden SOUTHERN the'year. i'
HOTEL
I nal office. -Open all
80 ACRES OF FINE TIMBER. I : St Miss Robinson. 17} FOR RENT-Five-room cottar.: Ii KaI : '
1 Half\ block ia.East King Tract In i
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American and !
This is not old, worn out sunk but settled neighborhood.$700Onefourth European plan.I I'i Gregory, near Railroad >'op-, ; f-
ill is in good repair and does fine WANTED-Men and boys wanted, Wanted FOR FRESH NATIVE MEATS phone Special summer, rates. .First-class; in per month. C. R. Yaeger, Ti.. :a

irork. Located one mile from "Chip-' block on Toledo square learn plumbing, plastering, brick. u 385. The'West End Market, corner every respect -Pleasant and- conven.!': building. Phone 686. juu. .

ley Fla. New City .-. .. .. .. .. .. .. .$800 laying. Special offer life scholarshipfifty w ,Belmont; and peVlller s Sts. 21June ient Mrs.. T. L, Bowen,. Prop., Pen ,- -- -

r For; further particulars writeCOURTWRIGHT Lots on 11th and 12th avenues New dollars, easy payments; position WANTED Hill for'in To vestment buy some must lots be on East WANTED-The public to know that sacola Fla. : lEapr FOR RENT-Modern two -ton i to ,

City, at. .. .... .. .. .. ..$200 guaranteed; free catalogue. Coyne and ; cheap vra can do all kinds of repairing with large grounds, liar; 1 Ij: uri; ;;
: .200x132% feet on East Hill car Bros. Trade Schools, New York, Chi. vestment convenient" 417 to car. Address "In float building .norse shoeing, .etc. J. CENTRAL HOTEL, ?. CHIPLEY-Op. cultivation, located in n->rth- rnii'
E.
r line ... ... .. .. .$1250 cago, St. Louis.: I6j 24jlw Zarra'gossa' St. G,. Welsh Carriage: Co. 27febyv depot Large and ,well lighted urbs. For information aiuivr;
Lots in East King Tract or West rooms. Free sample room. Meals at. apply to the Pensacola Investment!
8 WANTED Traveling salesman for ANT11)ecLr1; worn or Bit kmo. all hours. Special attention i, Co. !9jui! :
King Tract very cheap and on easy H. ALFL&N-Tln cian: fans. : to travellng -!
and Sheet your
Let
Copper ia reaU'our
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terms. Improved property In West Alabama by the largest"and most men. ':.00 per day, J.. M. Tug-
I Iron Worker cornice work and skylights do jour wiring etc. P-iona FOR RENT furnish :
dynamo
; -2 nicely
Kng! Tract, netting 10 per cent. on investment progressive southern whiskey house, gle. Prop.CHIPLEY. .13marlm
FARABEEChtpley Pensacola Electric Co..
a specialty 235 "
having an established trade to turn' ; roofing, gutteringand 570. S I rooms for rent to gentlemen "n:
repairing 315 South Palafox ...t. Baylon. Mrs. 420 W C .
to Apply to Hester, "-
over good .
man. Applicants must HOTEL !
< Set
"- See us in regard to LakeVlew Hay- an erlint.
Phone 560
; residence 'phone 1316. St.
Fla. P. O. Box.30. en Property. Prettiest place in New state age, experience reference-- sal. 2junelm. WANTED second hand safe. Address Prop. Special attention i to 'commercial I Phone 1095. :!JIIII'lI
ary annual sales, expenses and losses. travelers. Free I
sample.and
Texar.. bath
City and Js.on Bayou care Journal. 21jlw FOR RENT-A. R. ha- -"r
'sa.fe. Bingham
Address Z| )1x; this office. 16j8t rooms. Large rooms'with"good beds.
WANTED B. White wants your age room for rent suitable for f'. '

Professional Directory. D. Hale Wilson & Co. .W TEJ-ood man to work In yard hauling and transfer work. Satisfaction Board and Rooms. $2 per day. ISmarlm I niture or other good 104 an i .

--- Phone 234 l 15 South Palafox and in house. 619 N.. Baylen. St. guarnteed. Address 1501-N flWflnflns flfl.rJwuwtftrta-U1JWLt wuw.r South .Tarragona street. Phone <, '!
.' Sth Ave., or phone981.' BAY HOTEL*-Opeu wgat and day. I
Sjune. .THREE PLEASIANT ROOMS to rent
; I European plan. Rooms light and FOR RENT-A nice 5 room con -1' ' T G YATES M D. with privilege of light housekeeping
WANTED Everyone to know that MATTRESSES RENOVATED New 301 W. Chase St. clean. Transient trade solicited. N. Spring St., with bath ga.- '

The Journal has nice clean old papers tick furnished if desired. Guaran. 575-579.S. Palafox.. JM.. S. Nicolau at $15.00. Inquire Fisher Rea. E?- .
: FOR. RENT-One or two newly fur.nished ,
OPTICIAN for sale cheap. Only five cents teed. Crapet taken up and mattinglaid Prop. Agency. LUKBFOR ;
frontrooms; southern _ _ _
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308 TH/ESEV BUILDIN, a .bundle. ; if desired. Leave orders at of 'expos-I .
ure; with privilege phone.
SALE OR KENT-A five.a: '
.__ __ u Green & Watson. Phone 193. 7mar ton: desirable and near Miscellaneous cottage with bath and gas N .

f ter, 422 ,W. Gregory. ISmaylw .. .
WM. D. HOWE _1 EDONTPAS5.. WANTED See the Pluto Water dlsplay at Hoo-; -rr.-.nJw. r. 1107 E. Cervantes street Two bi -;

n nn. ton's Pharmacy. James McHugh, OU newspaper at. ave cents a bundle NOTICE Having .metalled machines from street car. Apply to H. V.
-A GOODREALESTATE-
TlORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW -J I 'WA.'iTED-White girl 18"years 'older wholesale agent. IJunelm I' :. at this office. They are all clean for the. manufacture of; galvanized Gibbs, care of Forbes Store.

144 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. over to keep office; must be neat and pica. iron cornice, skylights, 'corn ce ''gut 26maylm.

I- ---.---_ and intelligent Good pay and chanc.e I WANTED-Everybody to call and tens, circular m.oul for: advancement to right party. Call see the Perfect Pantry. Lawhorn LOST prepared .dosheet mctar ;work of FOR RENT-Elegant two-storv r C'b'

'-. 1 room No. 3, Masonic' Temple! after 5 and Blackburn, agents 109 E. Government -nsLrLruJwru1JtftftrnnnnLrftmrnnnrnnnr w.rn all kinds "on short .notice.. Satisfaction dence, corner Strong and Sprin.- -'i

o'clock.- .- street. 27maylm .LOST,-A gold stick pin set with small assured, ..Estimates cheerfully Apply to C. H. Turner. lil'.4r'
1.jr tone. Lost Sunday night on Pala given -on work In or outsde: the city.
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WANTED.-All kinds of electrical Chas B. FOR RENT Two very des.:>.' i t
WANTED-rAll fox Vetter .18 W
owners or, poultry to street car. Finder will please return : Intendencla.
.. work. I sell! all kinds ,of electrical ; Phone698. stores on first floor of Manna ;
J
know that we are agents forthe celebrated same to' F. A Williams 501 N. 25maylm
I batteries Slid other electrical supplies. hotel Corner Garden and Ba
Conkey's Poultry'Remedies BS. It ".
When yon need me ring 345 or 955. ; Just completed and arranged in !fr-.
RAISE THE. MONEY, FOR A SURE: Guaranteed to'cure rupe: cholera E. W. 'Peake, new Star Laundry buildS -1 SANTA ROSA-PavUionL. S.S.of-class shape. For terms, pane ". .
1 gape:and to .kill fleas 1lee..and. mites. SQUARE BLACK POCKETBOOK, fers ,the ,
I best! accommodation for '
THING. Ing E. Garden. 15dec. I etc., apply Hooton & Watson. L'f1 \
I"Also their wonderful egg' producer F. containing sum of money, checks bathing and recreation, to':be found on

'$4000.00-For immedate! sale, 40 I S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. ?34. COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand and Ek: cards between city and:: Kupfrian's -the Gulf of Mexico. Launch Leclair|(I FOR RENT-Second story ever '.' '

feet by 170( feet on East Romana St,I I.ISapr. Cleaning Club, 212 N.DeVil1ersSt. park. Liberal reward for return leaves city .wharf daily at S:00 a. m.' denstruth's jewelry store. Sul a -!

next to Bass & Cb.'s large store,I ., Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your patronage -! to V. J. Vidal, Marine Grocery Phone 659. Chas. H.' Burton Mgr I for offices, sleeping quarters: stage ( .
.WILL BUILD HOUSES-on installment solicited satisfaction Co. 23j3t, 12may. ,
Should sell .for $6000.00( ( within six 1 ; guaran- rooms. Lee Daniell. r
months. plan er cash. You own the teed. Careful attention given ladi s' > ,
.
DR.J.It MOCK .1 lot I furnish the money and buil garments. Phone 1222. Sfeb LOST- Bunch of keys between post- If you will look around the house, FOR RE-'T-8-room, 2-story (V'\-

ALL OF THE MAXENT. TRACT house. You pay monthly, same as office and Pensacola Stables. Re- you will find a lot of ways In whieii gig W. Belmont Apply to Wak"
rent in short time house is turn to John G. Wood and receive re ..
.
,jour Ingraham.WANTED.. )
Dental WEST "C" .STREET you can old. Aft'
l Surgeon. OF NOW FOR WANTED-Carriages repaired and repainted use. ,newspapers. You
rent 20 years. it still ward. 23j2t I
Pay belongs to
SALE. ; floats built to order; horse can buy them in any 'quantity at this .-Real Estate for sait-- .
the other man. Will also put dwells I
'Crown' and Bridge Work.'a Specialty. MONEY 'TO LOAN AT LOWEST I with good pump* 2-inch galva- shoeing'a specialty.* J: G. Welsh Carriage LOST-Black mare. brand K on fore office.convenient.They are put. up in bundles, rent, Jeaie or exchange. Your u"1.
; Painless Extracting TeeUs Co. 27feb catty and sold at five ness respectfully solicited. J. Av '
with
brass barn
INTEREST nized pipe, cylinder attachment shoulder. Left at time of fire .
MARKET RATE OF cents bundle.MATTRESSES
28/2! S. Palafox St. 1 will make water fly from a well Thursday, mornng.: _Reward for return per son, Real Estate Ageat 22% W. Go
i. 7' and .,9" OldArmory Bulldl ., MORTGAGES ON REAL ESTATE 40 to 100 ft deep and so'feasy. a child WANTED.-Tha Merchants Transfer to Sam Sunday corner Hayne ernment street. Room 7. Salbb :'-
Phone 1077. it. Costs Co. wants your moving and baulin.All AND FURNITURE building. Phone 172. 23))<:
and Sts.
IN THIS CITY BOUGHT AND SOLD. can pump .but little more Strong lOJune
: than the old dug well All satisfa breakage guaranteed.-. B. Taoi Mattresses made to order; old ones
: before sen. Prop. Phone 978. ISjunela. T renovate!.' New! .ticks furnished.
tory you pay a cent Get
my
\. .;.., us 1 >huv>' :s r FREE to it prices. F. M. Williams! Contractorand Picked Up. Second hand Jurn1t re bought and
i .aJ :USOt5Otmorphla, ,
PAINLESS opium, laudanu 1 Builder, Room SOS Thlesen .Build WANTED-Your stenographic work. ---, sold. Upholstering and repairing done.
elinrof opium,eoiealneorwblskey ing. Phone .802, 1 ring: l UllelmWANTEDWe' Pensacola Typewriter Exchange .FX3KED: UP-Red and white spotted 114 E. Belmont Si:;.city,: phone 771.
,* Fisher Beat Estate Agency 315% Paafox! St. Phone 379. cow, having more red than white Davis Mfg. Co;, C. T.- Davis, Mgi'i .

PI U tlcultrsodtomeor large book of par' 23may. spots, weighing 275 to 300 Ibs., about '- '- ...-- i- -----i-----. UTAILORINGrB. *-

!sanatorium treatmenUAdaressDr. ; COLLECTION:OF 'RENTS A" want your orders ,foi 8 or 9 years old. .Been around my : 'I*' Diamond, Tailor

AnD B. H. 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original WANTED-To sell a lot of old papersat place past 18. months. Owner can Gents' clothing.cleaned pressed*nd FOR
WOOLLEI PATENT
C I ,SPECIALTY., designs to select from. AU 6c a bundle. Apply at this tf--have same by proving property and repaired on shor"floUC No. 11% APPLIED
Whisks" !J: :r : prices. .Mayes' Printing'Co. Pensacc- fice.- They are all whole, clean anl: paying charges. M. E. Henderson, West Government 5+... Pensaoola,.Fla. At all| Druggists.
MUS-QUIT-U MFG. CO.,
Phone 87.A'. 206 S. Palafox St. la. .- ? I6feb.;, nice. Muscogee* Fla. l4junelmt Idee. : : Jacksonville Fla.


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: \ __ .. THE_ PENSACOLA. JOURNA'L. SU..NJJ! 'MORNING I ,JUNE 24_ 1906 J '
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for SaleLDfl'horough.bred -- ----- McMillan Bros. Co.MOBILE PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL :



fOR Sleep'bIe ::;JSam- APply Pensacola 24june horze Sta- Don't' Buy Real Estate in Pensacola t Richard Httdnut's RAILWAY COMPANY. -If.1


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--- or anywhere else ,until you get an .J:
\1) FOR SALE-Domingus! Grande Summer Week Day Schedule-Steam' ;
l-- I. and up. This land Joins 1

the 11'(Jr\':res Vill be sold reasonable. ABSTRACT OF TITLE Toilet Articles and Train and Electric Car Schedule, J.'!1

deeds. Apply to Sallie E., '! ,. : "
Warrantee. 2tj1w.curommgs. Effective June 19,1906. .i '.{,<
,. ALABAMA.MARKETS f
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: TO THE PROPERTY. "
new handsomely -----' -
SA.LE--iBra.rid "j
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bIt Extracts
Encyclopedia Diet Between Pensacola and .
.J
Century Big Bayou. -
boun'Lfld Atlas; also ladies saddle IS YOUB TITLE GOOD? :tt

::1onJJ'. condition. Phone 285 or Lv. Pensacola. Lv. Big Bayou. : ....t.
::11 ft.- eia s St. That is the all 6 a.m. 9 |p.m. 6:20 10:30 p.m' '.:: '=":
I)2 E. Gadsden 23jlw important question If you want it answered.quickly! ,
appl' __ and correctly. come to us. We make it our business to find the I> Naval Stores. Are delightfully 8 7 a.m.a.m. 11 10 p.m.p.m.. 8:30 7:30 *ll:30pja .;= "

-GentlemaU'S road horse. answer. Savannah, Ga., June 23.The naval 9
FOR WetrIL pony gentle good saddler If you have any real estate to- sell, let us make you an abstract stores market close'd today as follows: agreeable' this Summer : a.m.a.m. 10:30'9:30 ciO j

ant, ,..,"r Donkey with bran new now. Dont wait until you have found the purchaser, but have the WW!.4 95WG. 11 a-m. 11:30 <; ;" .
ffinman & Heck- answer ready before hand. '
harness
.4 75
!
aIlt 12 noon 12:30
tnP, tentH .,', F1a 23may An Abstract, will not make a 'good title out of a bad one, but, it N.4 65 weather. Every 1 p.m. 1:30 p.m.
er
---- will often enable the owner to do so by showing him existing defects M.., .4 45 2 -
2:40
FOR.;i u-A new rubber-tire run- which he may be able to remeJy. K.4 35I lady should have them 3 p.m.p.m. 3:30 -

u'Aidress: Box 315. City. ., .4 30 3:30 p.m. 4:00

3june1W' The Pensacola Abstract H.' 4 30 .4 ; on her dresser 4 p.m. 4:30
--. Company G.
-FOR '-':\j-One good all-round fami"r 4 2IF. O 4:30: p.m. 5:00:

..I" ,wand harness. One top bug- Incorporated, : .4 15 5:00 p.m. 5:30
JI:. .'.* new, One good wagon. A. .4 05 We Also Sell 5:30 p.m. 6!00
-a
IY U.IU' Bohemia, Fla. Phone 246. PHONE 393. 114 N.. PALAFOX ST. HARRY E. GRAHAMGen.M#. B..3 90 6:00: p.m. 6:30.

E.ll'jl !,,:m _ _ _ _ _----- -- C.3 55 ftfulhen's 4711 Cologne and Soaps. 6:30 p.m. 7:00
Spirits Turpentine 5H2 cents. 7:00 7:30
--- p.m. .
: milch with
tiTwo fine cows :
fQR / Heubigant's Extracts. 7:35 p.m. 8:00
be at Na
seen -
'l'oua"Gregory.L'alves' can C. B. McMillan.lOJune ....,.. 4.,. 4. Ausley & Co'.. Market Letter. Coudray's Extracts,' Soaps Face and 8:00 p.m. 8:30 .
123 E New York, June 23.-The ona great 9:30 !'

feature of the cotton market now is SachetPowders. Saturday only. i k'

TEA iikns ATrENTIOXIfyou 11USm-C COMPANY,1:l the weather in the southwest. The Piver's Extracts and Sachet Powders.Lubin's ; .

*ant a delicious cup of tea, try forecast promised showers to-night Between Pensacola and Fort It'', .

"Our Own Blend it is superior to any and tomorrow,, which gave the bears Extracts. Barrancas. ::1 J

on the market. Only 60c courage to increase their lines. The Roger and Gallet's Sachet and Face Lv Pensacola.- Lv Fort Barrancas]t
dOJa.ound. valuable ticket in weather man has been a little off !iu 7:15 :
A everyoadage I a.m. 8:00 a.m. r
*ew Orleans Grocery Co. COMMISSION BROKERS j jJ his predict'ons: of late but most traders Powder, and Soaps. 3:50: a.m. 11:00 a.m tt !

Phone 105, Jas. :McHugh, Prop. : i were inclined to the belief that Atkinson's Extracts.Lautier's 12:50 p.m. 2:00 p.m. f
drought would continue. To the 3:50
jju.e.roR II WEST INTENDENCIA STREET PENSACOLA FLA. | weather wise; the only hope for rain Extracts.Let 6:20 p.m.p.m. 7:00 5:10: p.m.p.m. 'l'

SALE Finest car load of horses appeared to be in the chance coming 8:30 p.m.* 9:00p.m ;.
fill We have filled two hundred .
us prescriptions. over I
received in .Pensacola McMil from the Gulf. Old timers who your "Saturday only.

lan ever&: Turton West Intentfencia" St Private Wires N. 'Y., N. 0,, and Chicago. | have travelled'' Texas for a quarter ota thousand since we have been in business.,

6June. century say that the drought will Steam train leaving Pensacola at '
not be broken until the wind comes 7:15 a. m. will stop between Pensa.

FOR SALE-Remlngton typewriter. I! GOnONSTOCKSGRAINFROVISIONSand60NDS{ I! from the east. W. A. 'D'Alemb rte cola and Big Bayou only to take on, .. .,

"Rem," care Journal 6Junelm4Seethe I In spite of tho drought and aery passengers for points beyond: Big ',

bullish visible supply statement there Bayou.. Steam train leaving Fort Bar
Pluto Water display at Ho<>- t Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment, | *as some,d!>position to sell the fall DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARYNo. rancas at 5:10 p. m. will stop between "j

ton's Pharmcy. James McHugh, months and this was encouraged by I Big Bayou and Pensacola only to put
vbolesa'e agent ljunelm i the weakness in the July positiod..1 121 S. Palafox.St. Telephone No. 109 off passen'gers from beyond Bg! [?
i Reference:: First National and Peoples Bank Phone 1173 | ;
The technical position of cotton. is Bayou. Other steam trains will make I'!

FOR SALE-We have a lot of keg*. ......4........ c ......................<........... .. strong and growing stronger dali). ThL ..- -- all stops. Each electric car makes all ,,r -F
suitable for flower pots and other After all south Texas is not tae whole stops. !

purposes; also a lot of whiskey syrup belt and reports from the eastern I II I The above schedules and regula., ",,t

and other barrels, which are suitable FOR Money to Loan. sectons are not discouraging by any tions subject to change without notice.' if
SALENew II
for packing crockery or fish and cured ,- means. We consider the July position Local Freight Regulations. .*

meats. We buy all kinds of barrels MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows as dangerous in the extreme as Freight shipped by the 7:15 a. m, ;
and rwooper and clean them. Sup- eght: room house with hall,10th money from Jno. A. Hall &! delivery day is close at hand and we I Economy Means Independence train will be received only for points :r
Ave.and 16th St. This place has to be believe there will likely be heavy beyond
ply always on hand. If you need any Co., 14% E. Government St. When in Big Bayou, and will not be .'f
barrels cr have any for sale, ring us seen to be appreciated. _. ..$1750 need call on us. tenders made on that month. received later than 7:05 a. m. All if

up. Phone 235. residence phone 591. Lots 3..4 and 5, block 140, New '.: Liverpool was two to two amy a, The practice of simple economy is all other Week ,Day trains leaving Pen. ', ,

Pensacola Cooperage Co.. Geo. A. City. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .$600 MONEY LOANED on all kinds of half points when dut to come about 1 sacola not later than 3:50 p. m., carry
Vucortch Pres., No. 9 S. Alcanlz.17ma1m. Blocks 125 and 126 Petterson Addition eonal property on short notice.per-i point higher. The weekly reviews also that is necessary to make you indepen4- I' freight for any point but freight will :'j.I' 'j.
seemed favorable to prices while there I not be received later than 20
water front, new sIx room minutes
_ Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. ent. Being saving today and keep -
was a, rumor -9f hot winds in Texas persistently before scheduled departure of
house on same.. .* .. .. .. ..$1,600 Romana, Phone 1165. ifeb' trains. :
FOR SALE-A lot or old newspapers.Put Block 63, East King Tract.,$2,600 -' I but,this could ,not be verified. at it, and, with the interest we The 9:00 a. m. Sunday: train may 1>f
up in bundles convenient focamin'g block One oftae, prominent room traders carry light, perishable freight under ,;
14 inclusive
Lot 7 to 171
Apply this. Only office.five cents per bundle. New City.. ... .-t..P .. _*. ... .$1,600. MONEY security TO LEND or on-On good good collateral real estate -, I sold July he vlly.,. will add to your savings, compounded mission.some circumstances Electric car by will special not per ;Ji
"
I at lowest rates., Leslie E. Brooks i semi-annually it will not be.long till\ carry
Chicago Markets. freight or packages cf desciip.tI3n !
CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton & any t
Watson have Just received a large J.A. WILSON & Co. Fisher building. 21Jan Chicago, June 23.The, feature of have an amount sufficient to enter except medicine urgently needed. t;
you
supply! of the latent city maps showingall I the day was the buying of wheat by Shippers are requested to bear these 'f' -

of the subdivisions. The maps are Real Estate Agents, MONEY LOANED on all short kinds of par Valentine whjph turned the whole "business with. Money, is .a, mighty regulations in mind, that Inconvenience ::1}
aonal propertyn notice.
crowd bullish for a time but ts i not be 'caused.
may
repot
official and down to date and 'f
are
linen. Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstair! of better weather in, the corn and power but the foundation of every for- These freight regulations subject to :
mounted heavy
on Regular Salisbury Building Room 7 Palafox St. Phone 1144. :
28% South .
price) $t50; special price on lots of toot oats belts checked the advance and tune has its beginning in small amounts.A change without notice. ..::
j closed practically unchangedalthough Any further information
prices
regarding
five or more to agents or real estate I, ,
men. :Hooton & Watson. 8may a somewhat better under savings account can be started. re passenger and freight schedule can be .1
For Sale UNLIMITED amoun or: money to loan''I tone prevailed. \IFrovlstons were weak: had by applying to the general office .
FOR SALE OR REXT-Two lighters; ..rnnfl Wfl WrLtUW wruJWrJ-U on all kinds of personal property. due it was said to the weakness ir; with one dollar. ,, of the company. ,. :
one with capacity for.75 thousand ft. Special rates to business men on large 1 -
making limited offer the price of iogs and some netvy Passengers are earnestly requested :
lumber, the other thirty thousand FOR SALE-I am a loans. The New York Loan Co., 204% .
ca- 12 lots in northeast New City liquidation in)uly'pork. The cornerin to promptly report to the general
pacity. Rates reasonable. Also two on South Palafox. 4 i has far office i
limits and near the iI July ribs by Armour so any inattention to duty or discourtesy
within the
town
skiff boats for sale! cheap, 22 ft. long, I features. the '
Lake Vfe\y Haven: properties with not taken any sensational on part of employees ant :'it.
5 ft beams. Telephone or write J. A. to make specific criticisms of '
service. :,
Chaffin & Co.. iLlton.: Fla. 25mar clear titles and ,excellent elevation at New York" Markets. JOHN W. LEADLEY :;:
$720. I offer single lots in the same FIRST BANK
OX THE HIGH LANI>-Easc Hill elec- vicinity $60 and $65 per'lot on easy DIRECTORYI New York, June 23.London wasa NATIONAL Manager. i ''f

trIc car line sx! lots 100 ft. front This is to the'trade, of white I shade higher. The market took a .
terms. ( .
by 137!% deep, corners 700. inside people exclusively. ElberJ A..Clubbs, Joppa Lodge No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. ,I very sharp turn shortly after the i IS
lots $600. There are no better situations Box 11Z City. ISjnnelm* Joppa Lodge No.6, L 0. 0. F..i iI opening but good support was noticeable OF PENSACOLA, FLA.W.

than these lot*. A. V. .Clubba. meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 :' In Southern Pacific. While the I I Pensacola Si Andrews and !
DRINKERS ATTENTION-If I o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall. Belmont, bank statement was expected to be H.KJTOWT.IS.Pre s. W.K.HTXK Ja., V.-Pres. and Cashier. : ,
TEA
FOR SALE-Nice, clean old newspapers you want a delicious cup of tea, try and Baylen street. Visiting brethren good it proved :iery much better DIBICTOR&. O.T.Brent.W,BRTCT W.: and A. Bloun W.N.BOBIBTS. W, H.,Knowl Asat.Ca&ieri.,,).! W. K. Hrer Jr I Gulf Steamship Co.

at five cants a bundle. Thia of "Our Own" Blend ifis superior any aro cordially Invited. I than was expected but the Saturday D. G. BreD I ; ,

fice. dollar tea on the market. Only 60c T. H. FLEETWOOD. N. G. liquidation carried prices down some- STEAMER TARPON.W. ::**
what at the close. The market 1 is ---- >
I
in J. W. GINGLES, Sec
valuable ticket
A every
REGULAR HACK LINE per p'ound. -I I
-From Chip- : .New Orleans Grocery Co. 31jan6m. wholly a profesSNaal one and wIse I II & 3ARROW Master. '
ley, making connections with mail package. fluctuations may be looked for at almost I FIR.ST-CLAS3 PASSENGER AND l
Jas. McHugh, Prop. ,
launch! for Phone 95. ,
points on St. Andrews bay. antim'e as money is drawn No. 5603. FREIGHT SERVICEBatwwuc
Extra teams for 7june: Pezeacola Lodge, NO. 3, K. of P. air I ;
traveling Good western as
men. out of the metropolis
horses, comfortable Fla. 23may meets every Monday evening at/ 8 C.W. LAMAR.President. JOHN PFEIFFER, Assistant Cashier. I
vehicles. Call on o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall such withdrawals can hardly l-e replaced M' E.CLARK.Vice.President and Cashier. J.W. ANDREWS. Assistant Cashier. PENSACOLA. MOBIL APALACHI ;
or address J. C. Sinclair
fall.
Chlpley Fla. before
Telephone No 74. FOR SALE-Having sold 'my residence over Pou stable, W. Intendencia St. COLA. CARRABELLE. ST. ANDREWS :'i

28apr corner of' 12th avenue and Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK M1LLVILLE.And ji
FOR SALE-Economize by purchasIng -13th street1, 'now"" offer for sale" my J. A. KIRKPATRICK C. a Petroleum.A ail St. Andrews
on
points 4ftMSYILLMERRE
of R. & ,S peculiar fact in respect to petro Biy, ;
til choicest of lots on East Hill at household 'goods and one cow, which H. HORSLER. K. Carrabeiie and ApaIahjcolLSCHEDULE "
.
$po per lot, no present need of paying may be seen on' the premises on leum is the difference of conditions OF PENSACOL .I.A.

$1400 per lot and $750 for a 30 foot Tuesdays-Thursdaysbetween the Meetings of the under which that oil occurs In Russia DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. .r
A h Febsacola Sunday, 8:30>> ,
strip of barren sand. Three beautiful hours of 10 and 12 a. m. C. W. Hag- Knights of Columaus and America. In the former it is foundin CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000.' ja Leave for Moblie, Ala. p. <..

sites of five lots each at $1500 for erman. 19june are held at their hail, strata of the tertiary period, usuallya I Leave Pensacola Tuesday, 8:30 am. ;

each quarter block; not over 100 yds No. 8 West Intendencia formation resembling a quicksandand DIRECTORS. for St. Andrews. MillvIUe Ap.- .

from Sjune.electric car line. A. V. Clubbs FOR SALE-Herd fine Jersey dairy street on every at depths of only a few hundred Henry L. Covington, Frank Reilly, F. E. Brawner, 'I la 'hicola. Carrabelle and Intermediata '

--4 cows with well established milk : ,9vAr Monday evening at feet.' In ourown country It occurs at J. M. Pfeiffer, W. S, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar points. ; 'f
FOR route. No competition. Cows and 7:30 o'clock. Aa In- great depths In the older compact sand- Br\ah Dunwody T. F. McGourin J. R. 8aunders, For additional Information apply cj :'..;
SALE Nice, clean old newspa business-:: first class condition. ApplyS. "c P vitatioa is e telded'to stones and limestones of the carbonif- A. M. Avery W. H. Milton 0. E. Maura,' J. R. SAUNDKRS.B. :
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or Pers.i m All whole and useful at home A. Taylor! Century,. Fla.! 3junelm! visiting Knights. erous, devonian; and silurian periods.The W. L. Cavvthon Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oertlng' R. COBB Prwidect 1
your store. Only five cents per JOHN B. JONES Alex McGcwIn C. M. Covington, M. f. Clark. GeL Fit. and Pass.Pensacola. AI'. !:
Bundle.: J. S. oil of Russia consists of a class Ha.
MARINE 'AND EN- LEONARD Grand Knight i,
----- STATIONARY Recorder. ef hydrocarbons known as naphthenes, Safety deposit boxes for rent at$IUB, 3.tO end 15.00 the year. Private apartment.
GINES for Wonder Gasoline ,
sale.
FOR .
SALE--For sanitary purposes -. VDaughters.of belonging to the benzine groups, while in connection for the convenience of. customers.
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Engines are the simpliest strongestand .
we have in :
stock I "
Ground HydrateJ our American oil is mainly composedof -
Tennessee Lime in strong bags best engines on the' market for Rebekah It is to this differencethat Four per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits. I
paper
Naomi Lodge, No. 10, Daughters of paraffin. II
40 lbs. at 25 the money. Send for catalogue. Ed
v, Clubbs, cents at ware house. A. B..'Banks, Pensacola. Phones' 1377 Rebekah, meets every Monday night the great variation between the II I '"

nh. corner Gregory and Alca-i and 577. Sjunelm at 8 o'clock In I. 0. 0. F. hall. Visit! products from these oils Is due, for I [ HAUTE M ,, '.

8june ing sisters cordially Invited to be pre .. while American oil yields a very lare '
}OR I IL
SALE-Registered Berkshire FOR SALE Second hand 25 H. P. ent. proportion say, about 70 per cent, of "
hogs; best of MRS. B. R. WITICOVKTMISS mLTON'GRUN: Paumu?. T.II. W.tJTJB, VIOw.humu;. i
breeding. Ask for boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply to Illuminating oil exactly suited for comDustion LUSHNYLL ,UIIIB1L MANSFIELD la( RENO, SSJ'.CUI1D
catalogue Carl Setterlind., Chipley New Method Laundry. 13April WILLIE KENDRICK, Sec. in our ordinary lamps, the Russian R.U. I
f la.
National Bank
oil produces far less of such oil 'Citizens
FOR S'\LE-Ten new and secon 1 M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first and
FOR and a larger proportion of high class of PesucoU, rioridaDIRfCIOR& -
SALEHLovely home, 40 acres second hand office ,safes, different third Wednesday evening. at 7:30 p. lubricating oil. The Russian illuminating :
one mile south of Chipley Fla., 2 sizes best makes at bargain ,prices. m., Ra3ord Hall, No 10. West Inten-
acres oil also requires to be burned in a Morris Bear T.B.Welles. Kix M. Robinson. L. Hilton Greta.
peach orchard, grapes, straw- Scarritt Moreno office East Govern dencia street. GM...W.Wright. '3 I _
berries and etc. Walter Gentry.Chip- ment St 24mar A.'G. FELL Prei. modified form t.l,lamp, with a more 4 GlftlHAL BANKING BUSINCSS TRANSACTED
ley, Fla. draft, in order to itstendency '.
21Jlw J. L. SWEENEY. Sec. perfect overcome ( 1 1p
FOR SALE-Fine hotel"sIte; best situation to produc A smoky flame. -

FOR SALEone Jersey and,Holstein in the' 'city for a tourist hotel Pensacola Lodge No. 4, 1. O. 0, F., ; The Clever ous .

Allee cow with young caif. Apply to MIss'! 130 feet fronting,south by 172 feet Pensacola Lodge No. 4, L 0. O/P', Griggs-Some men are born great. of Pensacola Improvement Bonds. ,

M, Strother. Big Bayou. I7jlw deep on'East Government street, over- meets every Thursflarveiling! at ,".:30 others achieve greatness. Briggs-Yes; City
looking Seville square and Adams at the new hall on Belmont and Bayle" and others simply have the trick of Denomination 1000.00 each. Dated January 1st, 1906. Maturing January

A'v\IxGSDrop.. ordinary, roller. street with .operi view of Tenaacola streets.. VisitIng' brethren cordially making other 'people! think they're 1st. 1936. Redeemable an. 1st, 192 G. Interest Payable Seml-Annnally.

unfi' acUnS. Italian and heavy. store tay, $10,000 will buy the property invited. E. GREENBLATT great. WE: OFFER FOR SALE\THESE BON DS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE IN ...

CUI1ans gg. Austrian shades, porch lapr. _J. NEVILLE.. Secretary I; : _ AMOUNTS TO SU| T PURCHASER
: ; in fact fl '
to
the house comfortable everything this hot weathIade keep- AUTOMOBILES. am agent tor the W. 0. W. I have lived to know that the groat Bank of Pensacola

fro ana guaranteed In every Pope Mfg. Co.and can sell you autos Live Oak Camp No. I, W. 'J. W.. secret of human: happiness! is this: Never The Peoples ,

respe't by B. H. Fairchild. First- from $500.00 up. They cost less than meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rJ suffer your energies to stagnate.- Fla. i
class Pensacola
material and workmanship horses to keep up. They can be run Wednesdays in each month.-' Visiting &Atlszn r''' ,

apest prices., (For 3 days only In sand or anywhere a horse can go. sovereigns cordially invited. "' -
Green Bamboo Porch Curtaljw $2.00 Leslie E. BrooksTWOCHAIR F. A. BOGHICH, C. C, Order Eastern Star. ---- ___ THROUGH SE VIc't .

to $t50 I regular prices $3.50 to $6.50: '. LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.. Re'gular'meeting of VIAL&N.E.&LH.and t> '.

Box Strictly cash)' Phone 485' P0.. BARBER SHOP doing Florida Chapter, No. 14 r R JTCY. C.A.FI.V: db CO.JIIo.--: *, C.&E.I.t ;J
isApply; 15 East tlarden of month Ad- RATHBONE LODGE. No. 30. O. E. S., 8 o'clock p. m. ; '
St. business $200 per
.IJunel 11 Wholesale aDd Betf Dealer it Vestibuled Thiwch Trains Dally! O } .
W. dress. Barber ,care. ;J )UrnaI., ., .Rathbone Lodge, No. 30, Knights oPythias Tuesday, June 26. The 2 NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO ;
FoR-- -- meets every Thursday nIghtat Degree of the Order I Steam, Domestic. Anthracite C 0 A L THROUGH SLEEPER COACHESKEW t,i

SALE-Don't fall to get my FOR SALE....-lmprovea ana untmproY- .Castle Hall, Members of: sister will be conferred. Visiting -. N and Blacksmith ORLEANS TO CS'CACOOUllNCI t !

I prices. i carry a full line of build- ed property In .all parts of the cIty lodges and: visiting brethren cordially J- members are cor- Oc-No. 43 South Palafox street. Telephone:91. CARS SEWNQ ALL WEAiS III ROUTE ;-'**
lag ci.i
ac material. Sash, doors and blinds J.A. WiUon &: Co., Real'Estate Agents. invited to attend. .. dially 'invited. DolL mJJJIA..o.P.A.. &L&OQE&a.'ICLAZt.Iv1IavLL ?,

-Mrt specialty. Joel Frater Baylen St.: Room 7: .Salisbqry" : building. Phone C. J.!'LEVY' ;. MRS.! ELLA BEYER, ,W. M.( ri ,..Yarl.r'-"T.comer- "Y' -Tarragona--, and,.. G.on.za.l.ez- E.t'eets.. .,, _..Phones-.,,!,'<.6 .and. --_ ".873._-"... ._ '_ __ _ILL&. nu. i>.,,-
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: THE PEN 5 A C U .LA, JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNNG; .JUNE 24, 1905M ,
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{t: Difficulty BE E IN T THE f THE[ r POTL$ I,





f.. In being able to settle upon a clothier CONTEST[ 1I LVAVISV


L- that they can depend upon. Too many '
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r ahead only to the chance ;fi.4 Theodore Shine Held Here as a
f of. getting new and if the commission Bad, chosen to J I ., t... .. .


: old.customers, and 'don't: take proper care of the nor's convert Mansion the old it place wou'd into-th'e.have., been' Gover re-::1, Suspect, and Oif.csrs: are .. ,'::>"'.,,-(1.<..';,. '. -. <,... ..-, ..-. ',, L.. .:"i.:.r, t't,.. 1-..-.':,""'f.,.!{. .j.'";,' .:'-:.". t,"' ;.-?:.:...." ,....._.. .,.. !;!\ ,.-...',.,...

.' With us it ,is just the}: reverse lt I ,omdeled past recognition: ,and, ill Its Notified. -. '\ "; '. .';:;."'-: )\:,', :: i--\ t r"<: f.'.; :: .
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Quaint .
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t W Sll. have been de trored'f .,' V V : V V L. :..i ,__:.. "
t- Buy and Clothingto i Away back from the house, In thckpth 17 .
:' Theodore &.line, a toy about
of
the woodland 13 ,the famfl> V '
r the end that' we may hold all our old customers I:,Imryins'grouni; The 'place is wood years cf age, was picked up by the I Even if you have the'ready :cash with which to

sj, wild and lonesome* A ,ti 0W nioiuJ I police yesterday .and placed in j jaU t :

i and through them gain, new ones, j I cf red clay marked b y .a :mple mar upon the charge of belng a dangerOUS -
!i,tIe slab with her name and (the dates j .I furnish a little housewbulcin't it be a safer wiser
and it i is to such careful thought in this 1 125 and 19C5 marks the grate:of the 5j| V and suspicious character. The !. ,
: : ;I jcfflc.ers( claim! that Shine is wanted by I V "

: direction that we rank as the' biggest and ; distinguished Long, who was writer the ,older Mrs,:Daughter, EVen: Call ofi I the postal authorities: and that officers V plan to leave it where it is and come here for the
of the here after
: most reliable clothing house in all of West : Governor Call and the first whit'cl'ild 'S him some government months since were,. but he V
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t Florida.. This year, so far, is our busiest, j'daughter l ; born, a gentle Tallaaassee gray';. another haired had The gone. V needed furniture? V You can pay a V little V down and

V Moman, ifrs. Brevard lives here lovingly I alleged crime is .said to have .
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which fact ,
bespeaks the confiden. eof our L been committed at Greenville Ala.,
cherished her"ote.,' fam- '
by

: customers in our methods. Remember, we ,'I 1Iy. V : II. I tI t but where he the claims: young to man's be ignorant parents of reside ever: arrange for the balance (9' paid weekly or monthly

; sell Here are the graves of Governori I having committed offense foiwhicir
everything that :man and boy wears. i Call and his! wife and others,:of hisi any
he could be arrest3d by-the postal I as income best permits. ; :
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your
i i I' race. It is perhaps fitting that the aId authorities, and says h is alx'ous V
warrior who struggled with red
the :
I men for the land should sleep his him.to find out the specific charge against, Come in and I let's that
out suits
: figure a plan
last long sleep close to nature's. own .
THE 'Shine told Journal i .
WHITE reporter
STOREPhone ; a yesterday
JOHN heart. The -
spot is sweet '
and quiet, I .
afternoon when leftPensacola : ..l .
[ his grave has recently been, marked that he : '- .,, : .. .
I best.
| by a simple white stone. Inscnbsd some months since he wentto you '. / .. >< ,,'. _
the .: _' : .:'i : "
205-207 S. PALAFOXBOSSO'S on. it home of his brother in Futon, i I I V '. ,'. A ;
Is-Richard Keith Call 1862. t '. / -
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Ala., where he has been work in i isaw : "
I Governor Call at a I I ;
was one of the hero! ,,
t ic figures of the early history of Fl:>II -; m::11. He only left there a feydays r I)I V V V f V.- ", .VVV .V, V. .
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I Ida.: He was by birth a Virginian L, ago, and went to Mobile. thence i iI j i' : .' .
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th -son of Major William! Call.. In his I to Pensaeola. He :arrived here yes-;!I
I terday morning and was eating at a''
youth the
i family moved to Kentucky,I
I at the street lunch stand when the officers _
ag of seventeen he '\:> -
Iuateer-j -
SHIPPING NW[ ed to go under General Jackson to i arrested him.Marshal V V

Ice Cream 3 fight the Creeks. He was! with General Schad has communicated -.
Factorycan Jackson through his brilliant career I with the postoffice authorities, and i
I serving as his aid at the battle made them aware of the' fact that
furnish you cream la Cleared. of New Orleans.. Shine is under arrest. He was atone '

any quantity. Satisfaction Vi Earls wood, Br -sg, Fbyn, 1480, for|; In 1825 he time employed in one of the jobt\
was appointed] I IV
h i guaranteed. Fleetwood; with 1,747,952 s ft sawn,:after serving four years he governor incurred I printing offices as press feeder. ',I 4''

PHONE 1326 tf.m be r. j President Van Buren's dsplea sure II I
: SAM 'BOSSO.-Prop. Frances C. Tunnell, Am sch. Tu nand I' t I
was by him removed from offie fiRST NATIONAL I
nell 1239 for New York, with )
,} & 2,000barrels In 1841 he was again appointed' governor N
I turpentine, 6,8t5 bbls rosin. serving until 1844. He built 1

the railroad from Tallahassee to SL. VOTES DIVIDEND ;
VESSELS IN PORT. cVw.VI :
f Marks which was' then an important j
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I Steamships.Burnby port This was. the first railroad built i -_V ..... .. _.
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I Br ss, Thomas, 2361, Galveston in Florida and the third built in the .' "- -
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to the W. S. Keyser Co. United States. In this day of great I FINE SHOWING FOR PEN!IACOLA'S -- -

Dora Baltea. Ital ss, Figari. 2601, enterprises it is .. _
fr. Genoa interesting to note OLDEST FiNANCIALINSTITU-! ':M = _"" ""L .,; ,. C-=-O
to Gulf Transit Co.
that while a member'of Congress I BASEBALL
Dundonian Br ss Smith, 2123, New General Call tried to get a canal cut TION. V I I PAID TO WIDOW"I
$4,639.00
.. D Orleans to F. 0. Howe &: Co. across the Isthmus of Panama to -VAt

That' means good luck,; but It don't E. O. Saltmarsh, Br s 8, Rogers, 2319, unite the waters of the Atlantic and Southern League. ::
i' require good ]luck to buy good clothing: Liverpool to Gulf Transit Co. the Gulf of :Mexlco. beg to acknowledge receipt of check for J4.639.00 In set'le
furnishings, but I Eariswood, Br. ss, Fayn, 1840 1 t. As I stood beside the a meet'ng of the" directors of I I/ttle Rock 9; Atlanta! 3. I F ment of claim under pel Lcy: on the life of my late husband. I wish to
I Inglis to J. A. Merritt &: Co. lonely grave the First National Bank of Pensacolathe i Shreveport 4: Birmingham 3. thank. you and.:the Society for. the-prompt satisfactory sect t .
Good Common Sense I Federica, Aust ss, Zar, 2261, New aDd achievements thought of all the glor'ous ,usual semiannual :dividpnd of 61 Memphis 4; (Montgomery 6. i ]flfltV0t claim."' V V .'f v V
the brilliant -V V
mind, the Nashville 0 New Orleans 1.
Orle ns,' to Gulf Transit Company. flxea1 and percent, on.the capital !.atoefciwas' .vot ; This is a copy of letter, received from a lady In Pensacoia
purpose the
Show.your good sense by callln'g on Huttonwood, Br. ss, White,2533, St. that made achievement strength of will ed, payable: July 1st, and twenty-five showing the prompt settlement made by THE EQUiJTABLE. litVfj.f
me for your Summer Outfit, Suit, Hat| Vincent to Gulf TransitjCo. realized that possible, and: thousand ($25,00000) dollar's) from the, American League. |* : every1 i instance in 'this 'city, THE EQUITABLE has been th-
Shoes, Hosiery and Underwear and| Louisianan, Br ss: Wood, 2385, New: the of the man that "once trod earnings for the1 half year were ordered I Washington 2; New York 3. first to make settlement. Original letter .on file in this office.
; :you will have the good luck to get the Orleanes to the W: S.:. Keyser Co. ways glory" was now a handful set aside to the surahs fund. The Philadelphia 8; Eoston 0.
best goods, as well the nobbiest I of dust, I forced away the thought remainder of the Chcago: 3; Detroit 2. ; Insurance .
will
as Magician, Br ss, Raby, 3271, Liverpool that earnings be carried GeniI Ats
; and neatest. the least involuntarily flashed into my Chicago 3; Detroit 2; twelve innings Knowles
at to the
money. to A. A. Brown & Co. mind-"the of : undivided profit accountGood Fire Life. LJ U.
"r. And don't forget I carry a full line Marian Br ss, Hogg, 1218, Newport to the path" glory leads but 11: V .. PensacolaIron ..
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grave and remembered that St. Louis 9 Cleveland 0.
of Boys' Clothing, I ; .
Shoes and _
Hosiery News to Pensacola Lumber Co. his Leather Polish. I L <=:'( "" ""X"u> __.
Hats.. name is. carved in large letters in: .
, Monvlso, Ital ss, Revello! 2774. New. th9 history of ;'our state 'and'will live To clean and polish'the leather I National League. -
Beginning June 20, to July 1. Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. -
10 PER CENT DISCOUNTon I Parkwood. Br"ss, Hubbard, 1102, as long that as hovered it lives.for Then a moment the butterfly .; cqyering of chairs, etc. .mix: together I Boston 3; Brooklyn 2. .....o...V...V ............I G44..4 $4....$44..........
overthe Now York 5 Philadelphia 0.
all Clothing for cash. parts of ; -VV
, Cardff: to Pensacola Lumber Co. equal vinegar: and linseed

, Yours for good goods, shine.headstone away and flitted upward into the was sun no I I pil, apply very spari-1glywith'U'piece; Cincinnati Pittsburg: 2;1;St.Chicago Louis 0.3. V I Works :; I

) Ships. longer emblamatic of the fleetingglories : of flannel and poUsh/ with a soft Supply Co. J

Harvest Queen Brit ship, Forsyth, of the. earth, earthy but of I cloth. The same treatment is excel- South Atlantic League. Manufacturers
JOS COLEMAN Rio Janlero to order.Nordstjernnen anti Repairers; of MACHINERY AND BOILERS. t
the glorious transformat: from th 1 lent for French polished furniture, Macon 0; Charleston 3. 4- FORGINGS, MILL AND; STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES.
Nor ship, 1.635. STEAMSHIP
o'arknees of death to the sunshine of Savanah 3 Columbia 0. J
but it must be ; REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt
Irafesen La Guayra to W. S.. Keys ZT Immortality. remembered that the attention given to all orders, f
212 S. Palafox St & Co.: ( I, vinegar and oil mixture is to be applied Jacksonville 2; Augusta 1. 6 day or nijht Agents' for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and 1

Barks. I --- : EnarindT and ,that "elbowrease" .. : Timber Dogs, also haius of all descriptions. Office phone 123. Resi *
Phone 727. Degregori GIo Botto, Ital bk, Where Man's Influence Is Fatal. O dence phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123. PHIL: WITTMAN, : *

. L_ _._ _. Genoa, to Rossasco Bros. 1294. IF TilE STOMACHIS g is to be used generously. Man Is the only animal which is always "'+ .' t ..tt tt>:t ...Mgr....'M 0

Dharwar Swe , ftcambia Pressing Club Buenos Ayres to Fr. J. Schreyer. The Greasy Sink. those creatures that are his companions

.! King Malcolm It bk Gufi, 1233, Ge- WEAK Unless frequently flushed with a j and share his patronage. There is reason '
Dyeing, Cleaning and Pressing ofgentlemen's i,oa to Huges & Co. there is no medicine before the pub- ]powerful solvent to remove the | to believe that the denizens of th! DRINK.V j: In

and ladles' Clothing. Club Luisa, ItaL bk. 1591 Montano, from lie wi'l! do you as much good: as Hos- j grease, the kitchen sink will clog. !I forests,. -the veld, the rivers and thA
;yates only $1.00 per month. We call I Nolloth to master. tetter's Stomach Bitters. Thousands A solution of soda I!| ocean so far as they escape man's Influence
thong
ifor and deliver all work. No. 9 E. Monrovia, Nor bk, 1449. Aase, Ham- have testified to this facnlur1n' the made! washing ; live, with hardly an exception fir

. : Intendencia. burg to order. past 53 years. Therefore,: we urge: with boiling water is most effectual -: bealthy lives. Chronic ailntents .
WALTER MAULTON & co., Props Port Sonoclan Uruguay bk, 1112, you to get a bottle of ] and should be used very hot with man's projection in the begb r fSI BottlesA

; Selix's Old Stand. Ferres Lbr, Mentevideo Co. to German American Hosteller's }immediately following a thorough stable and kennel. Man has created dairy; ( OW

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cleaning with warm soapsuds. Pre-
Spero, Nor. bk 623. Bostig,. Las Artificial conditions with which the
I Palmas. Stomach Bittersat i pare a sufficient quantity that the "thousand ills that flesh Js.l heir to" are DELICIOUS

Sterling Nor bk, Ellepsen, Labta: once. It will make the stomach 'drainpipe also may be thoroughly issociated. It Is now his supreme task BEVERAGE

:: I Summer Shirts Bay to. order. strong and hea'thy and ,cure Indigestion 1 flushed. to bring these conditions into harmony
Schooners. j D'yspepsia' Costiveness, Bilious i I frith the laws of his! being Sickness Look
f I Donna Chmt'na. Am sch, McLeod, nessHeartburn, Headache and Poor Not His Style. !! end debility are not to be regarded as for the Trade: Mark on Cap and Label.

Jf One 165.Elizabeth Belize T.. Doyle, Am I Appetite. A Welsh judge had before him t I''V'natural l and Inevitable parts of our V
sch
V Dollar Crouchr -, .. heritage. but as the fruits of rebellion : .
641 -- case in which sued
? New York to order. ---- a printer a pork against nature's laws, and therefore to Bottled only by
Frances T. Tunnell. Am sch. Tun PRESS ] butcher for the value of a large par-V i be rid of. If the human
; J i got family
Other
And Wearables For nell 1239, Ph'ladelphia:
to order. ccl of bags with the butcher'sadvertisement i '
paper dwelt In ventilated houses, breathed flygeia
)Marrow ;: Bottling'Vorks
; N.Cobb. Am sch. Saunders, BUT/TON
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Men. 260, Havan? to master. u printed thereon. The ;, pure air, lived temperately with little ,
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E ,Barkentine. 0i'ADyJ4 printer, having no suitable illustra- :> or no alcohol, and took daily exercise

1 It is always a comfort 1 Hubert Fuller Am barkentine, 679. tion to embellish the work, thought;| In the open,, it would perhaps know 124 E. Chase .Street. Phone 587*

. L to pick.from broad and Nash Port of' Tampa, ,to C. W. OH-t he improved the occasion by putting i|' little more ,of gout, rheumatism, cav .- ', '" ,
ver. i cer, fever, lumbago dyspepsia, astfc --- --
; handsome collection of an elaborate royal arms above t eman's
Brig. II ma and the host of Infectious troubles -
name and address, but ultimately V.
)fancy shirts to note how Jennie! Hurlbert, Am than do the lower
: brig, Wright j : ; I the latter refused to pay. V animals.-LondonTelegraph. I It VISIBLE TYPEWRITERS I
418, fuvana..ta J. A. Merritt & Co. .
l smart-looking and well The judge, looking over a specimen, t I
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made they are, and yet TENNIS ,CHAMPIONSHIP t&M A (vi observed that for his part he thoughf:; V I $97.50 to $102.50LC.SPTH&BRO.

to know that they will WON BY MR'5. HOMANS the lion and the unicorn were much .
nicer than old fat "Oh The 1906 Model :
cost an pig. ,
only you one dollar
By Associated Pre. .
well, answered the butcher, "per-':
'a. piece. (Philadelphia, June 23.-Mrs. Helen haps your honor likes to eat animals -: RemingtonVSholes Best Machine
V in the World for the price
: Then too, Anson shirts Homans, of New York, to-day won the The Slmplelt5ureltSafm.H like that, but my customers Ask Those
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and
always fit comfortably. woman's tennis: championship of the j Sjlf-nlling-Pea. No only gtiw Perfect Slier don't. I don't kill lions and unicorns -; V Write For
Cat&lsg'ue and Terms.
United States -oo ink to ipUl-oo V
defeating Mrs. BargorWallach clogging ; I only kill fat pigs! Vor- '
orthiklag. with its
MEN'S new billing attachmentsand
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; .I In straight# ..,lets,. 6-4 and 63.Propriety. You limply prett the button(u I[ diet for defendant., instantly interchangeable car L. S. Brown Pensacola Fla.
: at 25 cents. I ia the picture)and the" pea fill* riages, ,tabulator, and two color ,
I I Ja s"5sh. Disraeli's Hifalutin. ribbon movement, is the most complete '
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IV, 'values. They'll never EagleI50Hash of his visit may be preserved.
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V! j rabbet tad folly gumnteed. enjoyed himself. But how floweryand hard use;recommended by experts ,'rtw JDlre"hysical wrecks tban proba.bll IUeaTes Inita path
you want shoes hats or EaI.'Th.sh"No.25WithIoldbafldLSZ.5O. and against it is ca.e 11ar&0 AmertcallLoi any Other one dJ.5.
Offering the Proof. V! exaggerated is his language! guaranteed wear,
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about it. She preferred him to me.Clereland. .. ;' &ad Other Stem lent champagne;. I have drunk y-rar: (I, most good work in l BERDINE.t .

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Correct Answers Received. ,

0 irrect answers to the "Birds" puz-
lit pictures published in The Journal
:2ai Sunday, were received fron the /
following'! bright puzzlers: [ Jjr. 55

E'mo Harris, city) ; Jenny Newell, .Jjf&
22S Ind. Ave., Chicago I1!.; -. 0. / ,
Save'le.: Bluff Springs; Gertrude Row- i 6

'>y West Palm Beach; Hazel Watson, DURN ,
I'\t\\ ; Crrr'e Bell Watson, cty: : Geraldine :
Clegon, Bagdad: Jack Cleson: / Fuss ) -
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Bagdad; John! D. Bell, city; Gladys '" ,. w :
EM''. city; Elmore! BelJ!, city; J. Harw. dJi: ; i ; ., \J ", .

city; Ethel Bayless, city: ; Maude TA : x : ., '.
5'arke! city: Flora GJHis, c'ty: Angus ...
IcKinnon. city; Julia Altman, city; ..,.,,,, .
Hannah Stone city; Will! Sam Barrow
oitv' Eizabeth! Watson c'ty; 10 .THE BOY OR GIRL WHOSE NAME IS DRAWN FROM THE CORRECT_ ANSWERS. RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE BY NEXT THUSDAY NIGHT, THE JOURNAL WILL GIVE A SILVER DOLLAR.
I I.: \la Lnwn. city Amelia Cravens, I
Rou'dins ; THE BOY OR GIRL WHOSE ANSWER IS DRAWN SECOND WILL BE GIVEN A BOX OF HUY LER'S CANDY WHEN CALLED FOR AT D'ALEMBERTE'S IFHARMACY.
: Mozel'e! Cravens, Goulding;
Benton Gi'mo-e, city. Jeanette Farine,

rift, Belle Cars, city; Anna L. Henrirkson. Coe, city; Billy Roberts, city; Thorn.j ney, city; Lola Lee Dan'ell! city; Irene ab;,.&Lilah Louise, Cafiero, City; Chris I I man, Marianna; Newton Axelson.city; !i'Mjilton Newton Diden, Milton; Mary Hattie Lee Trammell, R. M. Merritt, \
: e'tV: SfJiird Henr'cksoa.city; ton Persons, Warrington; Leila Aber-i j Cecils! Pinney, city; Mary Sauler Delta -I tina Johnson, city; Walter'L. Mayo, Ernestine Pfeiffer, city; Dessie Shack- one McLean, Bohemia; Virgie Hobbs Edward M. Poley, Marie Llger, Efflo
huh i Sher city: Earnestine Golson- crombie, c'ty: ; Ollie Briggs, city: Arthur I ; Gully :JlcCombs, Pinewood: ; Bessie city; A. Janet Carson, Century; Minnie :: elford, city; :Minnie Ethel Crowson, Miiis, Milton; Erie Quigley, city; Ruth McDonald, Flossie E.-Morgan, Clifford
no address: Lillian!! Suggs: c'ty; Wil- Joh, city; fable Bobe, city; Julia| Woodruff, Caryville; Pattie A'sobrook! Brown, West Hill; Inez Williamson !,[., Bagdad; Stella Reinhardt, city; OeI Westmark, city; Mildred Lindsay, Clark, Kathleen McKlnnon and Marie :
''V' Johnson ctArthur! ; Johnson, Anderson, city; Charlie E. Patrick, Marianna; Myrtls Langston, Chipley; Century; Marvin Johnston, city; I''I! Borras, city; Lloyd! Blumer, city; Paxton; Mary Alba Mosley, city; Helena Jones, all gave "No. 5 HummingBird.
fi'v; Mamie! John-on, city; Belle Bagdad; James A. O'sen, Bagdad; Joseph Christie: city; Minnie Brown, Irma DeSilva, city; Richard Friese,'Althea! Blumer, city; Frederic Lin-,' Rauscher, city; Elaaa Rogers, city; ."
u'! r. P'V! : !'ie Moodv, city; C. J. Floyd Hemphill. city; Harriet Mc-. (800 N. H.) city; Carro Louis Philips, }Pryor, Mobile, Ala.; Loneta Harris,:city I ; Margaret Rau her, city; Camellia Elmire Baldy Phillips cIty; H. St. J. Ella M. Da wnin'gWilliam Rosasco, .
8 nh'';* r'rEunice Gerson, Fish- Swean, city; Elmer Thomas, city: ; city; Tom Mooney, city; Annie Mooney city; Lavador Laughton city; Barnel! | Schmitz, city; Nora mIls, city; .I jWCenholtz, city; Daisy A. Hartzog, Emily BlomeJy, H. A.. Hagood, Tony ;"
1'\:11'::! ': Susie Euan, city; Andrew Marion :Marcy Kent, city;; Jennie city; Jewel Lee Laughton, Galt; Laughton, city; Francis Schiller, city; i[:Oscar Wells, city; Hilda Anderson, city; Robert Glover Century; Willie S. Johnson, Ollie Padgett, Grace Reil- :
!-'I\\'U. ('J'y' : Bennie! Bernstein, city; Douglass, city; Josephine Faggiona, Belle Wilkinson, city; Myrtle Kauft- Frederick Schiller, city, Indeithia;!: city; Ed Anderson, city; Palana Ery, Glover, Century; Frank E. Lewis, city; ly, Bernard Griffin, Annie Tracy, Leon. '
r"II. Earan. city; Sm Abraham city; Angelina Fa';gioI a- city;. Mary:man, city: ; Carey Stewart,'.Bagdad;Barr, city: ; Rosa Jones, Century; Roy I' city; Genevieve Henry, city; Evelyn Earl E. Lewis, city; Jake Berlin, city; Tracy, Victoria Montanan, Gaydon "
r" : Arno1' Sarra. c'ty: Rosa Di Lust Lucile Lyman, city; Ruth E:. Pfeiffer,I Addie Stewart, Bagdad; Sammie Courtney, city; Everett Rice, city; I I' Maxwell, city; William Lee, city; Jack Lillie Mae Gibson, city; Clementine Post and Chas. Hogeboom all gave .
; c'.tBndet! D' Lustro, pity; Jno. city; Otto B. Pfeiffer, city; Cora Reed,[ Stewart, Bagdad; Ted Langston, Chip- Walter: Wicke, city; Clifford Reynold, I Shuttleworth, Jr., city; Russell Villar, Williams, city; Robert Carlin, city; "No. 9" as either "cocado, cockatoo,
r Lustro pityniti! : Girl. city: Loa city; Eulalie Clark; Northup; WillieA. ley; Kathlyn Monroe, city; Thomas Camden, Ala.; Virginia C. city; Frank Johnson, city; Ed Smith, 'Susie Kiedinger, city; WUkans Davenport cock, rooster, cuckoo, cookoo." "
'"r Ham*, city: Ruth Nelson. Mobile, Pfeiffer city; Julia Pfeiffer, city: ; Butler, Jr., city; Leak Bell, city; Nel- city; Wilma Gladys Williams Wfllker'l city; Louise Wolf, city; Frederic, Fsherville; Carl M. Stearns, city; Miss Jenny Newell and others will
A.a': Maile Williams, city; Etta Reil-! Victor Walton city; Jesse Walton, lie Mae Brown, DeFuniak; Fred Friedman Barren; Edward G. Bonifay Jr., Mus-! Greenhut Levy, city; Austin Henry,, Wm. Coulter, Warrington, Irene Collins please leave the date line at the top
It Big [nou: George B. Soto, citv; city; Beth Walton city; Mabel Annie, city; Myrtle Bryden Betsworth,'I cogee;' Abella Bowes, Brent; Christine city; Mitchell Di Lustro, city; Eslie city; Della Garrett; Milligan; 01ijle of her coupon answer, as answers
nn Frpnkel, city: 0. A. Gonzalez. Jr. Hokett, city; Susie R. Everltt: city; i city; Bertha ''Davlson: Milton LouisaM. I Cottrell, city; Laurie Traweek, BluffSp'rin'gs I Henderson, city; Yvette Cam city; I Gilmore: Florala, Ala.! ;. Henry An- though correct, cannot have a chanceat
fl' James D. Mvrover,, Fayettevl'le, Lexie McKinnie,. city; Jack Gentry,, Schiller, city; Edna -Chaffla, War' ; Bessie Henson, city; Mary Albert Bonifay, city; Marie Dubuisson,I jderson, city; Bertha Langley War the prizes unless the "Answer Cou
X 1 C : E'izabeth! Hale Wilson city; Milton; William Gentry, Milton; Go- rington; Florence Carlin, city; Carrie Brown, city; William Brown, city; Eva city; Owens Roche, city; Gladys rington. I pon" carries the date line. ,
f foM Crear. city; Mildred Brown dine Jacoby city; Mattie McDaniel, Charles, Caryville; Lizzie Hannah,"I 'Berlin, city; Sadie Bernstein, city; Roche, city; Florence Roche, city; I I Nearly Correct Leah Bell got her answers slightly
II I Bel! ) city: Harry B. Gibbs, city; Milton; Essie White, Bagdad; KatieM. Milton; Helen McDavid, Argyle; ElsieG. | Hattie B. Whitson, city; Leona F. Mur- Add Olsen, city; Era D. Howe, city; While many puzzlers missed two or; mixed and could not have a chance at
trv Fone*. Delta; Egbert Beall, Jr., Hartman city; Nellie McConnell, Burres, city; Viola Harrison, Milton -jphy, city; Clara Thompson, city; Mary Maudig Bell Jernigan, "'!agar, Ala.; I I more there were a few who only miss- the prizes, but she goes on the honor
rtta?f' Hill: Johnnie Klumpker. city: Escambia; Willie Beasley Milton; !I ; Joseph Pickett Jones, city; Nor"[ Ida :McDavid, Poley, Ala.; Edgar, Col- Bessie Marshal, Apalachicola; Ade ed one of the ten puzzle pictures, as list.
jJla! Belle Klumpker, c'ty; Lizzie B'ackshear: Everitt, Chipley; Cleo ma G. Bazzell!, city; Alberta Pourt-j tins, city; Clarence Martin, city; Ma laide Bell, city;. Kitten Merritt, city; I follows: I I 'Five coupons, each with correct answers
,f' man. city; William Hargis Craig Armstrong, city; .Preston Ferguson, less city; Alma Yates, city; Lillian: bel Irene Barker, Roberts; Isabel Mei -; Albert Quina, city; Sallie McCullagh, Willie Maud McArthur: "No. 2 owl,"' to all the ten pictures, but
Leonpl Blumer, city; Mabel'e city; Ruth Hendrix city; Guy Miller, :McDonald, city; Lenore Caro, city; }i Lellan, city; H. H. McLellan, Jr., city; j Freeport; Earley Johnson, Chipley; ':: Edward E. Liger, "No. '5 Bee-eater.",, neither signed! were received In an
1j"! Muscogee; Lettie- Mart'n.' Bonifay; Mary Vic Bay e, DeFuniak 'Milton Wood Lappington city; Roy::Lime Salter, Milton; Minerva Jones,! Joseph Ritchie city; Wilma Dailey, Clyde Wooldridge "No. 7, Kingbee." envelope postmarked "Mobile, June
ri" : Frank Barber, city; Jos S. Rei- Springs; Lindley Pitts, city; Harry l I Myers Wfcrrington; Ashton Brosna- Escambia, ; Mac Hodgkins, Milton; I city; Geo. J. Grace Graceville; Malcolm Jean Neel, "No. 9 Mockingbird." Leonard 8."
r!,. city; Luc Svvaine. citytillie; Porter, Montgomery, Ala.; Doris Cro-|I ham, city; Oliver J. Williams city; I I II Bryan Vaughn, no address; Henry S.'' McArthur, city; Francis Sheppard Gates. "No. 9 Rouster." Neelle An empty envelope, sealed and ad.
:ane: r'y: Elo Swalne city; Hilda na, Warrington; Georgia K. Barber,)'Oril Mae Williams, city; Harold St. Collins, city; Mildred! Collins, city; Bohemia; Kate Greenwood, Bo-, Glackmeyer, Sammie and Alberta Vermillion dressed, has "B. B. Blount, Jr., Carra-
p';;'nark: city; Everard Rauch city; Cantonment; Fannie S. Beard Flor-i I Clair Wright, Old Mill Inn; Floyd: ,, Carrie Mae Robertson, Milton; Eva hernia; Lyll'-an E. Kilpatrick, MarIan-! "No. 10, Owl." Hal Laney belle," printed In the upper left hand
J;ft: L. Sweeney, city; J. Moreno ence Station; 'tmina; Ackerman Pin- Trice, Bagdad; Ossie Berry, DeFuni- .I Dora Hallmark city; Lucile Alder- na; Mary Eloise Moneyway, Milton; i,. left "No. 10" blank. ;1t I,corner.

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I PUZZLE ANSWER COUPON r i: SERVICES AT PEA' SA COLA CHURCHES TO-DAT. : S


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Answers: Must Be Written on This Coupon Blmk.1 No $snxn xx .. U.U SY:' ;' N: '
Attention Will Be Paid Those Not Written On IL No .

Exception to this Rule. A spec'.al: prayer service will be summer months masses will be said at' 1'. Starpe will officiate. superintendent All are cordially'! in. Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
held at the Gadsden Street Methodist I 6:30 and 9:30: a. m., the 9 o'clock mass Century Mission-R T.: J R. BIck vited. Prayer meeting every Tuesday nightat !
My isswers!! to the puzzles in The Journal today are as follows: church this morning at 11 o'clock, Toeing discontinued. 'Baptisms at 2 nell, priest in charge. No services to- 7:30 o'clock. Rev. J. T. Mann, of

which the entire membership is earnestly 'i p. m. Vespers, Rosary and Benediction day. Church of ChristChurch Fitzgerald, Ga., will conduct services
Nol I requested to attend. This church I 5 p. m. of Christ cor. Jackson and today at 11 a. m.

has accomplished much in its short 'St.' Joseph's Church-7 and 9:30 a. Methodist. Alcanlz Streets. Bible school 10a. West Hill Baptist church, W. Jackson
history and for this and that it may m. Low Mass and instruction. Ves- Palafox Street Methodist Church- m. Preaching at 11 a. m. by W T.!' street-Rev. J. W. Senterfitpastor. -
No.2 2 accomplish still more in the future pers, Rosary and Benediction of the Rev. W. Q. Vreeland, pastor Rev.:I' Tracy. Prayer meeting Wednesday I' Sunday school 10 a. m. Preach
prayer is to be offered. Blessed Sacrament at 5 p. m. Mass" J Barney Butler, assistant. Services 7:45: p. m. All.are. cordially. invited.', ing every first and third Sunday at 11
Rev. A. T, Sharpe' will fill the pul I during the week is at 7:30 a. m. 11; a. m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday :school, : I I a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Prayer meeting
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No. 3.... .5 pit at St. John's church \V1arrington,' Confessions in the evenings before 19:30: a. m J. N. Andrews, Snpt.' German Lutheran Lutheran Church.Cfrurch-Rer. J.!i I every Sunday 7 p. m. Rev. J. T.
,1 S this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Sundays Holy Days' of Obligation and EpworthLeague 6:30 p. m. Major J. F. W. Reinhardt, pastor. Sunday I I Mann, of Fitzgerald, Ga. will conduct
Major J. M. Berryman, in charge of'I First Fridays from 4 p. m. to 9 p. m. M. Berriman, of the Salvation Army German service 10:30' services at 7:30: p. m. today. f
No.rNo. 4 the Salvation Army work in the southeastern I II Baptisms Sundays a: 2 p. m. or by i will fill the pulpit at the,morning service -I! a.school m. German 9 a. m. service 7:30 p. m. Collections : -I II .

I states will fill the pulpit' at" appointment. i I:: of the day intended for Home I First Church of Christ. Scientist
Churcn-
the Palafox Street Methodist church S j Gadsden Street Methodist First Church of Christ. Scientist-
5. | this morning at 11 o'clock. He will] Episcopal. II Rev. F. A. Rogers, pastor. Special Mission Scandinavian* Lutheran Church- Owing to the number of members attending .
conduct the services in the Salvatloa Christ Church-Rev. P. H. Whaley, prayer service 11 a. m. Regular ser-,: 5 the communion and dedication
and
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Services at a.
1D:30 in.
Nf.o- 'j .' I Army tent, corner Barcelona and Main 'D. ,D. Rector. Services will be held' vice 8.00 p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a.:Rev Helle paator.I p. in Boston, there will be no services
He will at 11 Sunday school 9:45 a. au B.'Tiller, Supt. Epworth League -,, month of June.
I' streets tonight! at 8 o'clock. I I a. m. m. J. 'I,I t during the
be assisted ,at both services by his I St. Katharine's-Cervantes and Davis 7:00 gain.biuscogee I I Universailst.' i .
wife who of the Jasperson sis- street. Rev. Andrew Sharpe, S. Wharf Rev, 'P. A. Rogers -
is
No. ? one If' I I 1 First Universalist ;Church-East First Christian Church.
ters and a noted singer. At the services -T. B. rector. pastor., Sunday school 3 p. m,
street Sunday School at 10 First Christian church 43 E.
Chase a.
tonight the infant son of Captain :: Sundays: 7:30() a. m. Holy Communion T L. Briggs, supt Preaching 4 p. m.Reed's :
'm. Y. P. C. U. 6:30 All street. Sunday school"
B. Butler : p. m. are Gregory
]f 9:30 a. m. Sunday school 11 a. Chapel-Rev. J.
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0.L and Mrs. Norris will be dedicated ;
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invited attend. m, Mackey
i cordially to 10 a. Supt
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and Sermon services 'at a. m.
Prayer (Firstand hold
the i Morning will
to Lord's work. I .
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,:S.5'Baptist Communion at 11 a. m. Prayer
Name' There will be no regular services at I third Sundays, Holy Communion) Thursday at 7:30 All
I I I I meeting p m.
with t 5 Evening Prayer and sermon Presbyterian.First
the First Baptist church today p. m.
Church'ilunday Invited.
First Baptist cordially
Church-Rev.;
l J the exception Sunday school which I Week days 5 p. m. Wednesday and, Presbyterian school 9:30 a. m. No other services .
Street No. 1 will be held at te usual hour. Fridays. Julian S. Sibley, pastor. Sunday i ; Second Church of Christ ScientistThe
today. ,
Endeavor
Christian
The order,of services at the various I'Ii Saints Days-10 a. m. Holy Com- school 9:30 a. m. ]
Church, 11th Ave.
Hill Baptist
East
4:30 m. Preaching at 11 a. m.jand Second Church of Christ,
churches In ,Pensacola today will be munion. p.
and Chase Street-Rar.'J; W. Senter- Scientist-Serrices Sunday
John\s every
Church 7:30 Pnv I
follows WarringtonRev. -
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.NSWERS CoUPON as : I I ,
TO TH IS WEEKS PUZZLES MUST BE ON THIS .Catholic. J.. R. BIcknell priest in charge. Sunday BchooJ} 'at the Stoddart'Ave- fit, pastor. Sunday Sciool:! at 10 a. Continued Fifteem)
and fourth ( on Page
second
ni..C. F. Zeekf m. Preaching every
AND BEAR THIS GATE St. Michael's Churc -- ) riitt; the Services today: at 730 p. m. Rev. A.i nua MIsj!! u at UOO R.





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i symptoms people of who kidney are neglecting trouble, SARSI T TFormer .Leaves SUNDAYBoat 10 a. m* and 3 p. m. COURT o T ., :

Will Put YOM.. in anELECTRIC
;, hoping "it will wear away, are SHARP .
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drifting towards Brignt's Disease, .

which,ts worst is kidney forms.FOLEY'S. trouble in one of Commander of the Rhode GaD L Lappington Asks this Sum


Island Suspended for Six J OldHickoryWhisky from Dr_ W,,A. 'Pollock and.


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My Specialty. -
suit for damages in the sum'of
Soecial To The Journal. $25,000 was filed in- the circuit courtyesterday
I :Washington D. C.. June 23.-Secre:; by Sullivan & Sullivan! and

taryBonaparte\ has concluded his review John S. Beard, representing Geo. L.I
KIDNEY Pure Old & Bourbon
of the findings of the court which Rye : Lappin'gton. and is directed againstDr. and do the work cheap and reasonable that

tried! Capt. Perry Garst, who ran the W. A. J. Pollock of this city, and so you
the Business Men's Mutual Protective

battleship Rhode Island ashore in Fine Wines, Beer Association a corporation, of Atlanta, will wonder how along in this hot
Chesapeake Bay. The court sentenced Ga. you ever got

CURE Capt. Garst to suspension from duty :Mr Sullivan; one of the attorneys

for one 'Year with one half sea pay and Tobacco., for thV complaint; .elated last night weather without it. Agents: also for the "REO"
that the
suit was based on an account
and the loss of five numbers. Secretary -
which at due Dr. Pol-
onetime was
f: stops irregularities strengthens Bonaparte reduced the suspen-' lock by Mr. Lapplngton, but which Motor Car one of the: finest makes of automobileson

/ the'urinary organs and builds upi I sion one half. making it six months. had been settled, but that the latter :

;i the; worn-out tissues of the kIdneys In. the case of Liuet Commander Morris Dannheisser I had seemingly transferred it to the

;, so they will perform their Wltherspoon, who was the' navigatorof latter' association, which, without notifying the market. Electric Signs and all classes of

kidneys the Rhode Island at the time of the Mr. Lappington., proceeded' to
functions Healthy '
properly. (Formerly of Dannhelsser Bros.) address
: lettrs to the S. P. Shotter
: strain out the impurities !accident of negligence the .court and' recommended found him'guilty that Company, at Savannah, of which company electric work A large stock of all kinds of electrical

L from the blood as it passes he be reduced 10 numbers anal be Mr. Lapplngton is local manager.In .

}. through them. Diseased kidneys publicly reprimanded by the Secre-- view of the circumstances Mr.
: do not, and the poisonous waste tary. The secretary has eliminated 12 W. Zarragossa st: Lappington thinks he has been dam- supplies constantly on hand :; .

?, matter is carried by the circulation the reprimand and sentenced Lieut I aged to the extent of $25,000 and has
t, ,Commander Witherspoon to a loss ot ; brought suit for that amount.
to every part of the body, causing 10 numbers. Pensacola, Florida. > '

dizziness, backache, stomach A. W. M. Fined $5 for Reckless Driving.

., trouble, sluggish liver, irregular H. L. Gearhart, the young man from Pensacola Electric Company

heart action, etc. FOUNPATION FOR the navy yard, who last Saturday

If you have any signs of Kidney THE: NEW LAUNCH evenln'g, while out driving, ran over
Miss WSlkerson! near the union depot,
or Bladder trouble commence taking'FOLEY'S NEW BUILDINGTO painfully injuring that younglady, Phone 570. 205 8. Baylen Street.
KIDNEY CURE KATHARINE B. .
: was yesterday found guilty in the re

at once, as it will cure a slight dis- corder's court of fast and reckless ---- ---- -- .r, ____________. .___. -- "'" -._=- -, ..,.OV ,;t,1
order in a few days and prevent drivng, and wag :fined 500. The case
BE ERECf' BY DR. T. V. HAN had been continued _. _.
from --
fatal It is last Monday
a malady. pleasant to KING & RUNYAN HAVE ADDED A -
i take and benefits the whole system. NAH IS BEING PLACED. ON on account of the fact that Mis bama Land Co., a corporation, bill for
NEW CRAFT TO THEIR "Wllkerson was unable to attend court. partition; Sullivan & Sullivan, attor-
How to Find Out. ANNUAL DIVIDENDScannot
WET! ROMANA STREET. neys for plaintiff.
UAUNCH FLEET.Kink The Recorder's Court. 'B. R. 'Pitt H. Baars and E.I
You can easily determine if your kid. vs. Mary
Beys are out of order by setting aside Recorder Laney disposed of eleven Baars bill In chancery; Blount & be lost and they may be used to

for 24 hours a bottle of the urine passed Workmen yesterday commenced excavating cases in the municipal court yester- Blount, attorneys for plaintiff. i
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upon arising. If upon examination it & Runyan have just adde for the foundation for a new day morning. Two defendants were I reduce the premiums each year if the insuredso
is cloudy or milky or has a brick-dust the new launch Katherine B. to their I discharged, two cases continued and
sediment or small particles float aboutin fleet of naptha craft and she is open I two-stpry concrete building on West fines amounting to $26 imposed. ,Notice to CarpentersThere I chooses A life Endowment Policy with
or
it, your kidneys are diseased, and to charter for day or night. She is Romana street, which is to be erected ,New Suits Filed. I
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE should be with Wolverine enginethe The following! will be an open meeting for],
a suits
equipped by Dr. Thos* V- Hannah. The .ugw have been annual dividends in the Union Central Life
taken at once. all the carpenters in the city at room:
best maKe of launch engines building will adjoin the new one just filed in the office of the circuit court: ''
G. B. Burhans Testifies AfterFour I known and one that can always be B. M. Johnston vs. H.: H. Kelley, 1, od! armory building, Tuesday nightat
being completed by Ed. Lawrence. 8 o'clock, June 26. is the most satisfactory.
Yeirs. I reliel upon. Aaron Prather, et al., damages 1,500;
&B.Bartau Carlisle Cert w,N.Y,writes These gentlemen have been doing avery The structure will be somewhat different C. M. Jones and S. Pasco, Jr., attorneys W. N. LOUN13BHRR.Y
About lour years ago I wrote you stating that I excellent launch business the in architecture from any other I for plaintiff. : 24J2t a Business .Ag nt. I B. S. WILLIAMS General Agent.
I bad been entirely cured ot a severe kidney ,
trouble by taking iesathan two bottlesot Foley'a present season and. have pleased! all building In Pensacola, in that althoughIt Geo. W. Pryor & Sons vs. Western
Thiesen 608
Kidney Cure. It entirely stopped the brick- who have dealt wit them. When will have a width' of 35 feet it wll} Union Telegraph Co., a corporation, A POTTERY TOWN. Building, Phone
dust sediment and pain and symptoms! of kidney they charter a launch to a party the damages
$300 Sullivan
eitherup ; & Sullivan! ,
disease disappeared. I am gigS to say that I have. no columns or supports
bays Diver had a return of any of those symptoms patron can always feel sure that he stairs or on the ground floor. attorneys for plaintiffs. Cblnarteclten Ii Unlike Any Othei
during the tour yean that have eluwd. is going to get the boat just as it Dr. Hannah has Just awarded the Geo. W. Pryor & Sons vs. Postal! Place In China.
and I am evidently cured to stay cared aou
heartily: recommend Foley'S Kidney Cure to any was promised. contract for the construction to the Telegraph and Cable Company, a For at least 900 years the town
:' 'r Cue suffering from kidney or bladder trouble." "The office telephone is 662 and the Southern Terro' Construction -Company poration, dama'ges $300; Sullivan cor.r Chingtechen in China, has been devoted Smoke
Two Sizes, BOo and 100. residence phone 887. Mr. Runyan's Sullivan, attorneys for plaintiffs.Geo. '
the of
to
of :Atlanta, Ga. The buildingwill making pottery. Every
residence phone is 848-2 rings. feet and will be feet j L. Lappington vs. W. A. J. Pol ai
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY front 35 130 thing In Chingtechea belongs to the :: .
1 I in lengthL and will be absolutely fireproof lock, and the Business Men's Mutual -porcelain and earthenware industry.The OLD
W. A. D'ALEMBERTE ..NAYAL DISCIPLINE.& I Protective Association; a corporation,
being of concrete. bouses are for the most part builtof
I To what use it will be placed has I I damages $25,000; Sullivan & Sullivan fragments either of old kilns or of
r -, h.lah.e.t.- That Are Meted Out t. not been de ided', by the builder.ANCIENT' I and John S. Beard, attorneys for plain NORTH
t British S Uor.. t tiff. i' l' 'the fire clay covers in which the porcelain -
THEB10'4
: is stacked during firing. The rlvf' -
n .
Infraction .-
For : of "regulations some Jas. M. Muldom FlOrida and Ala-
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bank'. Is for miles covered with
are '; r'f : a
,curious punishments' .meted. out in STATE
MEbIC1NE.rh. : f' 'deep stratum of broken chinaware and I
; :
the English navy" It Is an 'everydayoccurrence .*'
How to Exefcise the
chips of fire clay and the greater partof
says London Tit-Bits, to
Idiotic Nostrums In Which Peopk the town and several square milesof FOR !
sea half a dozen sailors lined up on Bowels !
: of today is exemplifiedin deck facing the paint work, holding Once Believed. the surrounding country are built
over composed of a slniilardeos1t. Pipe or CigaretteIT'S
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their hammocks on their shoulders. At H modem"science boast of i
can i
the Qualities of the OUR intstines are lined inside Chingtechen is unlike anything else iI
first the hammock isn't heavy, but after anything, it can of the in whichit i
way In'
China. The forms, the color, the
with millions of suckers that
,Headache an hour or so it drags on one's shoulders 1f I
: Remedy.BROMOVIN. has rescued medicine from th
materials used in the buildings, the atmosphere -
draw from food
tho-Nutrltion ast UNION FIADEQUALITY
like lead. Besides, it is not at all
realms of imagination, the London are reminiscent of the poorer ,
; entertaining to stare fixedly: at a square says \ passes them. But, if the food M 1 ,
:: Standard. The wonderful parts of a civilized industrial center.
foot of painted weodwork for an hour pre passes too slowly, it decays before it gets i
of the narratedby There are 101 large pottery kilns in
Certain or more at a time. scriptions : Magi, as through. Then the little suckers draw Poison I I
Quick, Agree- the Roman historian are I the town. The greater part are in use
Pliny
Another punishment that Jack despises ,
from it instead of Nutrition. This Poison !
only for a short season in the summer.
able and Harmless. of what the earliest doctors I !
is bailing with a spoon. He is examples -
makes a Gas that injures your system mote During this busy season the populationof i
the'deck, with two while the "salves" of Is our premium.
placed large iI
upon were, even
;;. For Sale byWhite's thin the food should have nourished it. Chlngtechen rises to about 400,000 I
. w cen buckets; one filled with water Elizabethans at first
our own seem The usual remedy for this delayed pass- souls, but of this total nearly half are

; t:, Pharmacy and the other empty. With a spoon he sight not much of .an improvementupon age (called Constipation: ) is to take a big laborers drawn from a wide area of
must dip 'all the water from one buck.
those of the Chald M. D.'s. who for the live
f I an country, come season,
PALAFOX STREET. and It to the other dose of Castor Oil.
et transfer ,
being FRANK
Let us take a few-examples of Ma- in rows of barracklike sheds and do REILLY Y, Distributor.
. Manufactured meanwhile the butt of his comrades'jeiti a *
, by from Latin author ot not bring their families with them.
gian healing a
'. and Jeers.Sometimes This merely make the :
G. VAN ANTWERP: & SON slippery passagefor Visitors -
; ;? which perhaps the most useful is the to Chingtechea pass along ---'- -
1!;.' Mobile, Ala. a delinquent is made to unloading the current cargo.It street after street where every shop is

,... .' ,. walk slowly backward and forward following-one that in modem par does not help the Cause of delay a occupied by men. women and children. BAY XCURSION
il; along the deck, nursing in his arms,a' lance would run thus: A recipe to trifle. It does slacken the Bowel-Muscles all engaged In the designing, molding,
SIX: inch projectile, weighing a little make disclose their secrets.
women
of
L Charcoal! and weakens them for their next task. painting or distributing pottery.
ov'er 100 pounds. One a sailor who Take hen and
one having carefully Another remedy is to- take a strong The river bank is crowded for three Steamer Monarch
; t laughed at the stammering speech of extracted her heart the \ miles either landing materialand I
place same by junks
"Physic, like Salts, Calomel, ,Phos-
: t We have just received a his commander, was made to stand upon on the mouth of a patient during Jalap feel or shipping the finished product .
the forebridge, in full view of thechip's phate of Sodium Aperient Water, or any of FRIDAY JUNE 29 1906 I
! Ih very- fine stock and will d crew, and laugh for an hour and sleep. You will ascertain her exact these mixed. ,

: tl liver orders in half. age the next morning. Tp do the What '
i promptly any a does f"Physic" do? THE SOLAR SYSTEM. Under
old Roman Auspices of
he
stigmatizes I
: amount. Spitting upon the deck of a man-of. justice It merely flushes-out the Bowels witha

. : war'is strictly prohibited. Cuspidorsare this statement as a "portentous lie." waste of Digestive Juice, set flowing into Some Fmcti Which Give an Idea 411 NAOMI
, t r' Telephone 363. placed at intervals along the deck (No doubt he h tried it.) the Intestines through the tiny suckers. r It. Immensity. REBEKAH LODGE No. 10,1.0.0. F. !

and.these'must be used. Upon some Others are quite as grotesque. Fe- In, all the heavens, with the exception -

I r c SEWELLWoodand ships when a sailor Is caught spitting verfew, when used medicinally, had Cascarets are the only safe medicine for I of passing meteors or meteorites, For Round Trip 35 Cents.

upon the deck, a small tub Is strappedto to be plucked by the left'hand: after the bowels. cot'one body occupies a position closer i
: Coal Company his chest, and he is made to wear it to earth than the moon, wl&h is some
the
had been :
patient's name spokenover They do not waste precious fluid of ; I
Any one who chooses this I any .
may use 240,000 miles away-very far, of : I
it : .
the herbalist
walking receptacle. The offender thus (taking good the Bowels, as "Physics" do.
;: :L course, side by side with any earthly TWO I
fl punished rarely repeats his offense. care not to look behind him: A love j They do not relax the Intestines by greas- distances, but a mere fraction side by TRIPSSteamer

; Florida and Alabama charm could be easily obtained from ling them inside like Castor Oil or Glycerine": side with other astronomical distances. IIMonajch" I
:,. a hyena caught when the moon was I the Bowel- will leave Palafox Wharf at 4 and 8 84P 8p
j They ,simply stimulate Next to the moon our nearest occasional -

; 1. ,LAND: COMPANY Man Where Is the M..only'. laflvenee animal .which tt Fatal.-is aS in'Gemini. Sporting prophets who .Muscles to do their work naturally, comfortably neighbor is Venus, and then Mars. m, returning at 7i30( and 10=30 p. m( in time for last cars j

: wish to excel in1 divination should and nutritiously. Both Venus and Mars, however are ,
I Manufacturers ot ways accompanied by disease excepxthose change their cu tomary' hop for a | Cascarets often farther away from us than the :
: > andDeaiersta creaturts'that are his companionsand are as safe to use constantlyas -

;:; LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS. SHINGLES share his patronage. There Is reason few moles' hearts It' is,stipulatedthat they are pleasant to take. sun which about remains the same always distance at, roughly somewhere -- ......... ...t. ..... .............4 .... trt4).....t+P+4
.( AND KILN DRIED SAP. to believe that the denizens of the these be fresh. The Romans ,
I at from 90,000,000 to 93,000,000 miles. .
forests, the veld, the rivers and theo themselves, although mean surgeons They are put up in thin! !.,flat: ,round<:ern-
r This dividing between sun and
''. ean, so far as they escape man's influence -they made ..use.of. .the probe !J ered Enamel boxes, so they can be carried. earth.is of great space importance in think IF WOMEN ONLYKNEW

live, with hardly an exception, 'and nippers and instruments for I I In a man's vest pocket, or in a woman's ing about the stars, and it should be I Iut

healthy lives. Chronic ailments begin trepanning-were!not less given to purse, all the time! ., without bulk or trouble. clearly Impressed upon the mind. the perfecl comfort a gas cooking range affords them I in
with man's In the dairy
protection
Domestic Finish stable and kennel. Man has created prodigies than the-people:whose veracity I' The-time to take a Cascaret Is not Next to'the sun In point of nearness their kitchens, there's not a one, we earnestly believe,

they doubted* ..They believed anly when you are Sick, but when you come the more distant planets-Jupiter, that \ ould insist on a gas stove being installed 'in .
artificial conditions with which the
I With Pearl thousand JUs that flesh is heir ttT areassociated. that eating hare was 'a cure for! in- first suspect you need one. Price, lOc a bOI which is About five times as far from their kitchen before another nightfall. The fuel is de :

It Is now his task somnia, and even the skeptic Pliny Be very careful, to get the genuine the sun as'our earth is; Saturn, nearly livered light into the range through a small pipe, aaa :
supreme twice as far as Jupiter; Uranus, nearly ,allyohae to do is to turn a valve and scratch a .
: White Color. to bring these conditions into harmony imagined that there must be some made only by the Sterling Remedy Company twice as far as Saturn and Neptune match, when, presto! your fire is ready for instant cookIng C
with the laws of'his being. Sickness thing in the superstition that people and never sold In bulk. Every tablet ; '. :
nearly.tifree times as far as Saturn. All ,
J and debility areS not to be regarded as who had done Stamped "CCC." ,I
so were good looking ,
these planets belong to our sun, all Don't Cost
:: That's what we give all Gut $13. !
natural and Inevitable parts of our for nine days afterward A veritable It tt are members of his family, all are part

1 at white The shirts Star. and If collars want heritage but as the fruits of rebellion nine days' wonder! He recom- of-the solar system. The size of the Installed ind. ready for use. Will be glad to have :.<" :

i r work of this character you against nature's laws and therefore to mended also, asa. cure for:quartan FREE TO OUR READERS spltr. system as a whole, consisting :calf and see one in operation at our office. I

i send your Shirts, Collars be got rid of. If the human family fever, that the dust in which a hawk beautiful It has 'beta lIttle arranged French-designed to mall GOLDPLATED free a.-'i r thus of the sun and his planets, Including Pensacola Gas
dwelt in ventilated breathed
houses Company i
ff and Cuffs to had rolled should be put into 00"and 1 trinket box bard-enameled in our earth, may be fairly well grasp : .
, > pure air, lived- temperately, with little a pretty colors, a handsome ornament the trouble
ed by one taking to
I I any
t>r no alcohol. and took daily exercise the latter tied around the neck most liberal offer ever made, and wewant : Phone 148. : 24 and 27 Strsst.
E. Garden :
!I 'The Star Steam every reader to hare one. Ten master two simple facts. They are
: la the open It would perhaps know with a piece of red. thread.. Other cents in stamps is asked as a measureof i-' :
{t Laundry little ,more; of gout, rheumatism' caocer cures for this same were the longest I carets good with faith which and to this cover dainty cost of box Cas Is.i these 92,000,000 that miles our earth away Is from roughly the about sun ..........1......,..................................

'J ,- fever, lumbago dyspepsia asthma tooth of a black dog,'in the same position loaded. ,rand that Neptune, the outermost plan --
Send today, be to mention tbttpaper
37 B- trd.n St Phon '114. and the host of Infectious troubles and a wasp caught in the left and write your rare address plainly. et of the solar system, Is nearly thirty

.- Ptnucota, Fla. Telegraph than ,do, the. lower animals.- -Lender. hand forehead.and then preasea.. against tht. Chicago Address or Sterling or Sew Remedy Yotk. Company 131" 'times l-e'a.tllfts.-CJ:1ambers'' as. far distant: from JcoruaL the sun ts Subscribe for The Journal

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25 pieces Check Nainsook, 10, 12 1-2 and,15c, this, sale.1____. _____ Be
; .-. 40-inch Mercerized Mull, 20 and 25c value, this sale choice...___________ ____.;_____;,__ 1Be
8 8w 30 p feces Curtain Swiss, 12 1.2 and 15c, thIs sale__________________: ___.:-"__________.----- Be; 25 pieces White Mercerized Ma'dras, 25, 30 and 35c, this sale, 'hoice' 170 tV

25 pieces 40-inch White Lawn, 15c, this sale-______""""________:..____.:._" 1Oc9c ----------

g i 25 pieces 4qinchyhi e Lawn sheer,. 12 1-2c, this sale_------ ______._________: ______ m

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Our Entire Line of Lingerie Shirt Waists, Some at Half( Price Some Even Less Our entire line of lOc and 12 l-2c Colored Batiste,-this-sale-------V. ====- =========== 7 1-2o m

t 1 E They Must Be Sold At Once. 4-4 Indian Head Domestic, this sale_____ ------ --- -------T: ------------__________12 1-2c

i t: White Duck and Indian Head, Skirts, this sale'half price. V ;" 5-4 Indian Head Domestic, this sale:-____________-:____. _____ .________________________ 150 R:
: Cream Mohair and Serge Skirts, thIs"sale half price. English Long Cloth and English Nainsook at Special Prices. ,

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1:1fj:; 27x50 Moquet Rugs, $3,50, this sale._______________;_____-'_______________ ________---. 2.39 Remnants will be gathered each day and put on separate counters .

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rJ 50 pair Children's White Canvas Oxfords, sizes 5 to 11, at 39c,75e{ value ,s Men's Wash Suits, guaranteed fast colors, in fine blue stripe Cheviots at $39, Separate N

NK 100 pairs Lad es'. Fine Dress:Slippers. in one'two. and three straps,. regular price S 2.00, ., Trousers of same at, 9 80 fU l ,

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Pat O'Flannagan and Mike O'Gar-I, ,The Fourth ,of July was drawing massive roots Aof' the oak calmly- still floated in the same position, aI I-prize, both lines being of the same erin'g their composure Pat suggestedthat between the prostrate forms of our
nttv: were Irishmen and claimed descent neat' and our two friends decided to viewed: the*proceedings with an1' in-' bright-colored dragoon fly was daintily -: texture and color. they re-cement their friendshipwith two friends. Softly as a mother's
from kings of ancient times. spend the day with rod and line upon nocent and bland-Iike'! expression that. poised on the top of one of them,! "Hould on," exclaimed Pat, "that's "a dhrop of the crather," a prop kiss falls upon the cheek: of her sleep-
Born and raised in the same little\the banks of one of our many beauti-appealed strongly to the emotions:: of j as if in mockery of their expectations moi mate." osition which Mike readily accepted.The Ing babe -it alighted upon the closed
aam.E'I on the rocky coast of the I ful streams which, winding like silver, the two fishermen. trot: a sound disturbed -I that it would ever be drawn. beneath "And maybe yez'll gt: it, oi d n't jug passed from one to the eye of Pat O'Flannagan, and, like a
Emerald Isle, it was but natural that I bands, between, emera'd banks; and I the oppressive silence of the I!I thii surface of the water. They fished: think," replied Mike. "Shure, oi saw other numerous times until finally diamond, scintillated upon the quivering
thei should cross the ocean' together through shady', wi o Then Pat became involve in a difflu -: emptying into: the blue waters of our I i water and the flute-like, indulating I I without obtaining a suspicion of a firrust took the bait was pitched unceremoniously into thither by the glittering beam, alight.
with the revenue officers, in incomparable land-locked bay. notes of the feathered songster. The i bite. :Mike's eyes wandered slowly "You're a foyer: ; Mike O'Garrity." the stream. Our friends, now loadedto ed to inspect the shimmering phe-
"h t'": a barrel of poteen figured very As the orb of ,day gradually arose I I varl-colored'! cork:: floated lazily upon I frdm his float to the little brown jug, "And you're a dead bate, Pat O'Flan- the gunwales, commenced to singa nomena. Uneasily moved the slumbering
Prominently, Deciding that discretion on' the eastern horizon, our two, the surface of the water, not a and from the jUg to Pat's face, discovering nigan and ol'Il mash yer ugly picturif patriotic song, but before they had Irishman, and the fly flew buzz.
vas the bet'er part of valor, he had, friends sallied: forth decorated With tremor marked the nibble of a fish." that Pat's optics had: been I yez put yer. finger on this fish accomplished two lines they rolled ing by his ear; very slowly the eye.
nth eommendab'e judgment and fore'tuht -t' "Old Glory in minature, pinned to "Did you have a boite?" asked Pat. rivetted upon the same object and, again." over .on their backs and soon their lid rolled back, allowing the little
taken the first ship avail-. each lapel of their coats and fully"equipped "Thedivil a one, saving a galli-, was now gazing into his. "Alroight," Pat had -been endeavoring to disentangle inharmonious! snores indicated that i I beam to rest upon the staring blue
bIt' and accompanied by his inseparable with all the pharaphernalia! nipper grabbed the ind of, me nose answered Mike to Pat's mute appeal the two lines, but desisted they were dead to the world and all eye. Gradually the other eye opened and
fi end set sail for the shores pertaining to the craft of fishermen,; bad cess to the crather.." i ii "lit's calibrate," sticking the but of upon being thus threatened; ; he dropped its troubles. |1 Pat faculties rose to a in sitting posture. H's
01 It- laao of liberty, and the home not forgetting the little brown Jug,i "Arrah, Mike shure we are fur- their poles into the 'ground, leaving his pole and made a pass at Mike, 'b the meantime the poor little fish Mechanically were his a complete ,muddle.
of! polit-cai! graftdom;, leaving the which tradition' sayeth has such a!gittlng! our duty_ to ths: great day,] their lines dangling in the stream, the latter inched: and then both had gasped out its life upon the sand the face of his eyes wandered ta(
sleeping
British sovere'gn and his minions to potential V effect upon the size and: and His Honor, George "Washington.May .I II they seated themselves upon the struggled for the mastery. Neither and now lay perfectly still, with its then followed the contour companion,
of his formto
Jcttle OP.'weep themselves the quesyon weight of the catch, as well as pro-I the Saints bliss him for a bould I roots of the wide-spreading oak and I were in a condition to inflict serious white sides gleaming clearly amidst his feet, thence
: > of ownership and quality'of the tection in ,ease, of snake bites and'' man." Mike "however, did not pay proceeded to "cil'.brate.: The punishment and they hung helplessly the shadows surrounding it. A vin- finally resting along the grass,
"""'tuts 'if f the before-mentioned bar. other ailments incidental to a fishing attention to this gentle reminder for two friends were soon in a condition to each other's ,neck. After struggling dicative hiss coming from the 'direction writhing reptile upon for the moment struggling hit
ret Landing On American soil they trip. I at that moment he wax in that throe which they termed "feeling-good." : awhile they drew apart and of the water sounded ominouslyupon I heart, ceased its ;throbbing a the con
drifted about from place to place l as Arriving: upon, the banks of the lit.tie of estacy so familiar to fishermen, Mike became sentimental and Pat eyed each other maliciously. Mike the silence, then the ugly brown ,tortions of the snake in its as efforts to
!nSt'parabEas in their boyhood days,I stream, where the widespreadhigI when the fish is-in the act of taking I pugnacious. The former mourned a stood with his back to the stream. head and quivering body of a water escape met his eyes. Quickly h's!
reeking fame and fortune at the. branches of a magnificent liveoakshaded' the bait. !iPat fished a moment In i brother who had departed this life Pat sprang suddenly forward and mocassin came into view from the' senses returned surely it was a fish
;
]ands of the fickle' goddesses, but,!I them from Jhe burning rays I'silence! then suddenly gave vent to fifteen years before, while the latter cracked' film a stinging blow on into his. bushes overhangin'g 'fbe.str. am. !! and not a snake that should be hung
Las'tse: consummation of their'tishes of the July sun the two friends threw, a cou'shand snort that startled alaI confided to his friend that some day nose, knocking him clean over Gracefully its head is 'poised above to the fatal hook. Like a flash the
eluded their grasp at every I themselves updn: the ground, and pre": nature. he intended to: return to Ireland and the creek, but, alas! the force of the the ground and swayed- from side to;;i recollection of the debauch of the
bro until at last, heartily weary ant paratory to --commencing ,operations,!I "Phat in tunder is the mather, wU' challenge King Ed. to mortal combat, lunge carried Pat onward, and beforehe side, quickly it discovers the little'I'previous: few hours entered his throb-
iscouraged.. they turned their face and as a precautionary measure, test yez Pat*" asked Mike: irritated beyond !.I and after vanquishing him, would then could regain his balance, fell witha fish, and instantly darts towards It i''bin'g' brain. Bounding to his feet M
Bia'eward, finally reaching Pensacola.I ed the contents of the little brown, : -measure by this outburst, which take on all the revenue officers as splash on top of his late antagonist. For a momment it critically: examines,I>i frantically screamed to his companion
the the
Deep Water City of the South, jug. !Across, upon the opposite side. had scared away the fish that was fast as they could present themselves. Slowly: and painfully they gained its prey, then stretching out to its : "Howly Moses, wake up
there they became prominent on I a few cows, cropped the green herbage nibbling at his bait "Och! bad luck While in the act of demonstrating to bank, the water seeming to sizzle: as full length, opens wide: its jaw, and, Moike! Shure, oi've got 'em-oi see
al public: thoroughfares and a terror -to which grew luxuriantly in these to the crather% Shute it,,-as' a bugas his companion the manner in which it streamed 'from the ruby. tip of1ike's the poor little fish disappears down! shnakes; fur the luv. av hivens, llfs
enl-doeu I creek-side meadows, and lazily j big as me hand that wint down me he would overcome: all of his coun; nose. the reptile's throat; but, alas! the i I Igo home before the mounkies come!"
. prom: the tIme of their arriyal upon switched the audacious fly from their: troaf,and it is choked I am entoirely," r try's enemies, Pat happened to glance "Pat shure oi didn't think" yez wud snake had failed to count' the ,cost of l 'Bloral: Eat the fish yourself-
l11erlcan soil our two friends had r sleek ,sides with the _pendulum-like I II saying which Pat;looked longingly at I towards his fishing pole and realized: do the loikes av that to me, blubbered its gluttony for in turn it found itselfa ) leave the jug to the snakes.A .
serer faled': in the Proper observance I I sweep cf their,tufted\ tails Hfgh up j the pleasant-faced jug. I that something wa tugging at his line, Mike, as';San.a5( he .was able to prisoner, the penalty! of its greed.'I
nf our national holiday, the Fourth I Iof on 'a' dead limbr a, thrush trilled a I "Phwy: don't yez kape yer mouth I I and at the ame time Mike discovered tran! his watery optics upon::_ the figureof I.I I Slowly the sun-descended the west-'I HAPPY MOTHER
auly, This period accorded well I merry carrol, filling: the woody glen shut thin?" interrogated Mike. "Yez that his float had disappeared beneath his companion."Oi Urn, sky, a stray beamlet: penetratedthe will see that her baby is properly
rirs I their natural. tendencies! ,.,and I IDe ,with a volume of melody that was I have ,got It opened out bike a 'funnel, the 'surface. W.th a wild yell of delight didn't mane"to"do it,"' repliedPat thick foliage of the great oak and I.cared for-to do this a good purgative -
each succeeding anniversary of the entrancing and in harmony with the and the divil\ a thing will yez iver both sprang to their fist pole, : "but :yez made me mad. I j gently caressed that classical member I is necessary. :Many babies suffer .
I ln aratioa of Independence brought glorious: surroundings. t i I catch but bugs and such crathers." hastily! plucked: then from the ground "Yez, oughtn't to git mad wid, me. upon: Mike's face which' Pat had so from worms and their mothers
so1/ tarn 'reater relief arid more Dexterously ,Impaling the wriggling i I Moiker acushla, give me ,a-'dhropj t[I and jerking the lines from the water Pat;' we have bin frinds since we wuz scefully damaged, and from which don't know It-If your baby is feverish
f fee'i-T: ,..sallsfaction to their outragedIn worm,they finally effected after several!: of the shtutf to wash the varmint out],\'disclosed a small fish .two or three byes together, and yez know that me wasproceeding' at regular Intervals!I and doesn't sleep at nights it Is
g' than the Preceding one, and futile attempts to land their hooks !n of me treatappealed Pat. Ai this inches in length dangling midway between ould mother washed for ySz for tree flats sharps and chords,too numerousto troubled with worms. White's
a great measure balanced their aceou the exact spot in which they'wished was an ,emergency which called, for r the two po'es.: In its strugglesto munts that yez,niver paid her for.:: classify. Gently it strayed across Cream Vermifuge will clean out
>Ilt with his Brittanic x***** In to fish, ,after which theyseated them immediate. ,-treatment, Mike consentedto escape the fish had entangled both "She wuz'moighty good, }Moike and Mir, O'Garrlty'S face, as if loath to these worms In,a mild leaaant way.
tonnectlonith his high-Tianded proVSnia selves"upon the bank and waifed give.him_a drop:: ,.and for co npany' i 1'nes in such a way that it 'was impossible oi am sorry oi stinick! yez, an', an" leave such, a desirable abiding' place; On.ce tried always usel Give it a
*, the matter of the barr I breathlessly for something to ,happen. sake.took a dram: JiimselL They thea I I : to distinguish which of the and falling upon' Mike's neck they, slowly it leaped from blade to blade!i trial. Price 25 cents. Sold fry all
The little jug standing between the returned to" their fishing..Th: _oork, It'YQ fih "nnen could, ,lay, claim to the mingled, their tears together., Jteeov;,over the green, .sward that intervened! drugsUU.
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rAGE :TWELVE 4 THE PENSACOLA,.,.. JOURNAL, SUN'DAY.... MORNING" JUNE-. -: -24,_1906The .
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tastefully, .deqorated.with bamboo I I ,
:" %flUUUU% %-- ::_' '.. .... .' fer365dlcuC: .fQwer[ ,-:.wtfereTy.ice:: T = '/) ,' ::;", :( -:':.'

Christie cream and cake were served..

.a$ PEOPLE and EVENTS $ The'presents hostess which received she can many keep beautiful for!,,

aj long time ;-.to come to remind -her) 4. Give Your Deserts-the
;:: of. the night when such a jolly:crowd! ', .

gathered .,to help her celebrate her ,
COlonial.Pump Seen Heard and Done Among Those Who GoCome ana "Sweet.Sixteen Birthday. I .

,. At, 12 o'clock the party departed
\'- ,wlshing-Miss Rosa 'Lee many returnsof ''OLUERIBBON FLAVOR

Tarry8'Wo and Society, Here and-Elsewhere. the bright and happy day.
Miss ,Pierce's guests were, Misses
is daihty! creation in ladies'footwear
: a
I Cornelia Welsh, Maud. Armstrong
something out of Br E. NELLIE BECK. Tel"phone 669. I Daisy Sange, Lillie Walker

Verni Bogart, .
the ordinary, entirely a new n ,; '.I BosaMoNairG., Dora.Weber'l
Ask You Grocer For
style and AS USUAL we ham.: Inga Torkelsen, .
Hnal, and Mrs. P. S. Bonifay. j '
BASKET BALL: LAWN PARTY commandants of this station, under the passengers were staring.hard at .
are the first to SHOW IT. Messrs; J. J. !Forbes, Fondass,
WAS A GREAT SUCESS. whom Mr. ''Hansen, has. served, them aaqt!! presently recognized Mr. Seals, Ralph Earnest Roche .
; It's an all over Patent Ideal and from the. crews of the:: different Lucius S. ''Brown Mr. Robert C Cald- Bonifay.- ,
The lawn party given by the basketball tugs attached to the 'station;;' there 'Well and Mr. Martin; Sullivan, who 'at Clarence Bonifay, M. B.' Griffith;: ,Geo. "5' : :
C. Pfeiffer Oscar "Walker Ctias. E. BIOe Ribbon Vanilla
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Kid with full of Miss .Josie Robert's
Cuban ,
Pump a ; girl was also a beautiful little present {he same moment;:raised' their hats
School No. :Armstrong, Tony N LieatL; iKiumker
Grade' 6. of Pubttc :
room. from th* Infant Class of Saint, John then''salled fronv'sight.; '
heel, a wide, heavy silk, neck :!. wa's quite a suecess'largely'dUetOihe' Episcopal Sunday school whom Mrs. While In New 'York they also saw ; : Cleave / Roche, 'Henry
assistance given! ,tem by, theIr Weatherly George Bonifay anj .W.. "L.Eogart. .
tie bow held Hansen teaches. Qtr. Lewis Autrey formerly with .Mr. '
together' ,by :a "" : "* SfMr. ,
: "teacher.- S P. J. Oertlng, a' fellow country O. Hala Wilson in Pensacola. '
dainty Colonial buckle, made Mrs.: Tate of Louisville' Ky., .and man of the groom, presented them -'S- -+- Absolutely Pure Goes Twice
conducted the INVITATION AND PROGRAMOF as
Miss Ernestine Smith, with a massive silver spoon which MRS. BONIFAY ENTERTAINS.THE ,
upon graceful lines, with a gypsey tent and the 'fortunes they came from Denmark their home. FJUDAY' EUCHRE CLUB. CLASSICAL! SCHOOLCOMMENCEMENT

: dash of style that has some told, their patrons were received with The happy couple will reside at was'most 1906. Far as Other Kinds.
faith and delight 1 The Friday Euchre.Club '
I No. 27 Commissioner .street; Woolsey, ,
INDIVIDUALITY.They The post office,. ,and, basket ball where they have fitted up a cozy enjoyable entertained by Mrs. f tM.. P. Friends: and patrons ',of the Pensa- .
game were enjoyable features and Bonifay ou West Rom ria. cola Classical School''receIved during ,
,
ice cream went with a rush, selling lIttle'home. -+- After an interesting game it was the ten days past, cards baaring -
are out. the supply long before the de-iWHIST CLUB'S FAREWELL fcund that Mrs. C; D. Beyer had, won an invitation to the annual! 'closing!
mandwas satisfied. : I tha ace prize/the consolation went to exercises. which reads: ilo
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: OVer .sixteen..collars was_ cleared TO MRS. EBEN -tt."sK NNER. airs. Vincent Fauria, and the lone The Faculty and Students and 25c Sizes.

and goes to the Library Fund for,No. i The 'Whi'st Club entertained Friday Hand to Mrs. Johnson, 'who also' won of
$4.00 2. evening at bridge at the Country in the cut' for the booby. The Pensacola Classical School
-+- Clu'b] complimentary to Mrs. E. H,' Then the hostess gave her guestsa request the honor of your presence at
YOUNG MEN COMPLIMENT: Skinner who -with her family leavesin surprise by Informing them it was the commencement exercises
the the School. --- --" "" "_'_A>: j rfcB iSaBStB33i' rign-zga gff
celebrate .of 1 jJftgng
her and to occasion I
Gu.E.STS'OF, MISSES GONZALEZ. a, few days to reside in California. birtha'ay ,
PAIR There wsre five, tables, Mrs. W. K. sha'proposed break. the rule, June. 25th.1906., 8:30 p. m.., .
to Annfe"Kldd
: Complimentary" Mlss S -
'S !Hyer making the highest score and against serving refreshments' and in '
and Miss Virginia Lyde of BirmIngham 'vitsd them to the dining room Programme.
receiving a beautiful cut glass bowl'!
Ala., who are visiting Mia Hela A water color painting of a local where the ta.ble'was beautifully :Address by
and Miss Eva Gonzalez on West decorated ferns and flowers and Pres'h'ent' B. B. Craigheadof Glorious
have them in widths !scene was presented to Mrs. Skinneras with : The FOllrtWill
and we street, a bay party was given
Gregory a souvenir of the occasion and of from which she served, among other, Tulane University

: A, B, C and D sizes 1 to 6. by Tuesday their to young the live gentlemen saving station friends, I others A "- I things, cakes so delicious they meltedin Announcement of honors. -
one's mouth, as Mrs. Bonifay's Conferring of School Diplomas.
We would deem it a favor the launch 'Cupld beIng chartered for THE S COZY CLIJ .'AWEUTO. cakes are noted for doing. Notwithstanding these Invitations
; celebrated this the
by
the occasion. fittingly year
The nezt. will be with Mrs. foat
meeting everyone-is e 'dially Incited
MIS.S.DpiROTHY! ,SKINNER.
: if you will kindly call and 'Refreshments 'were-served-at 10/ p. JAnnie 'A. Doolejf.UNrORMAL'LY .-,- tend.-; \J4 -.c,>1, -:-
m., the party returning at -11:30 P'j IDl. t' The Cozy Club, one of the most -re- > The graduates 'will be Miss Ellen
take a look at them, try on ., after 'a"delightful, evening, spent, ;'""promising associations in town, enter I ;' ENTERTAINS.FOR : Skinnerte ndMiss Reine Cahn both

a, pair. BUY IF YOU on the gulf. They we're accompanied!I gained'.at the'<:>>untry Club last evening HER MOBILE' QUEST.,, of whom are graduating" honors. Knights of ColumbusWho
by Mrs. Paul Kuester and Mr. O. A.; as a complimentary adieu to Miss
PLEASE. Gonzalez. I Dorothy Skinner one of the most ac- i Miss Nell Richards informally and "
-+- Jtive members, who goes in, a few delightfully entertained forty young MERRY! ; .BATHING' PARTY, FOR
-' AUBREY 'SAUNDERS PARTY days to reside in California. I people! Thursday night complimentaryto MISS S PEAGLER: OF G EENVdLU;. will give a Grand, Picnic

.. : THE1JA.WNCELEBR TED 1 There are about twenty4ve her guest. 'M1ss Alma Pa1mes'of;; .
;' ON ,members :.Mra, Walter H. White on "Friday '
:FOURTEENTH BIRTHDAYS: of the club, all girls in their!MomileiI afternoon gave 'a most delightful Wednesday July 4 1906
MEYER SHOE COMPANY early "teens," who conduct their "Progressive Anagrams and Peanuts ,
bathing party, to a number of young
of diversion.:The
A pretty and enjoyable event .!meetings In a business likeand par created merry .
Feet Furnishers For,Folks the past week was the lawn party at i liamentary way that.would do''credit. score, cards' each 'bore the title" of a ppople'in of-Greenville honor of ;Miss Ala.,Myrtle at their E.Peagl ,4 AT ELECTRIC PARK
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I .which Master (Aubrey Saunders 'entertained I to their elders, ana'' the; literary ambition song .cut half-in-two, one half going r
102 S. Palafox Street. a 'number of.hIs friends displayed is very unusual. I I Ito the men and the other to the summer' home on the bayshore near We want all to come. You will

:Wednesday the beautiful home of I, The "Oozies will miss Mis Dorothy !Birls. and partners _were thus selected IJllieville.
bis I parents Mr. and Mrs. J.- R. Saunders Ii t as their friends generally will miss' for the' game; which proved o'eeply( : After 'indulging In a dip in, the have the time of your life
briny a most tempting fish chowder
on North Hill, that being interesting.
the famly and the affair last evening
his, fourteenth anniversary I I[was tinged with regret, mingled with St A delicious salad course with sandwiches ami'served.:' crabs in different styles were On-arrival of 3 o'clock car, a: patriotic address

.After numerous games had been,a sincere desire to speed, the parting, potato .ChiI1S. olives rosette .
enjoyed delicious refreshments were member as cheerfully as possible. wafers, iced' tea and fruits was At night various -games also music "- will"be "delivered by the Hon. W. A. Blount, Jr.
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I and singing were enjoyed, after .
served from a beautifully appointed + 5 t served. -
t.'hich delicious Ices with cakes were At 3:30 o'clock match of base ball between
MAlOthe table set on the lawn. I! !NA9HVTLLE OPERATOR, ,AND WIFE:: -+- S'I served. : game
The souvenirs miniature Illustrations SIXTEENTH BIRTHDAYCELEBRATED
were 'I
'trom "Hiawatha." liN LOVE WITH PENSACOLA. )l ,BY- The young people on returning two of Pensacola's crack teams, the winning

All present united in wishing the 1 ''Mr. and (Mrs. Arthur FHzhugh ol, home stated that it was the most delightful

host many' more happy 'birthdays. I Nashville, Tenn., left last night for:,MISS' ROSA LEE: '.- PIERCE.'-' event of-the.'fieasonr-. .' ',..'. 0 _,. :, team to receive $25:OO in silver.
-+- q home after spending $uch' a delightful!; I ,A pretty and"most enjoyable bIrthday '-;--' '- ";.1.' '
NEW-C1TY FLINCHENTERTAINED weeks' visit as guestat Mrs. Donald| party was _thai given by Miss I MISS BRAY ANi MR. BRYAN ., At 5 o'cjock' the field sports begin:
ORPHANS. I son's:-their first to the sea coast- Rosa Lee Piette, celebrating her :SURPRISE THEIR FRIENDS..
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they were inclined to stay, Though sixteenth birthday, on Friday nightat I 'There was a very pretty home wedding Catching the greasy pig.Shoe" .
The' New .City Ladies Flinch Club r.ot yet twenty years old, the young the home of her parents, Mr. and at the residence of the bride's
entertained the matron Mrs. Adams couple have been marrie4 a year and Mrs. H. Pierce, on West Romana I parents West Intendefccia street mixing{ race. '
and the children.of ,the /Pearl Eagan jMr. Fitzhugh is chief operator for 1 street. ,!iC I I I iFriday. evening on at 8 o'clock when !
; : : Hurdle and other sensational
Home Thursday afternoon.. the They pent tA., ].arge ;Young 12d1s5 JJula (May Bray and. Mr. .!'. G. '
bathing party at the East Hill Boat one day and dined at Ft. Barrancasa were present an-a1 enjoyed the eve&I II.Bryan "of Atlanta, we're'the coxitratlug -' ,.1 :; u. .. .. .. / -- 'S. ".
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PowderedToilet Club on Bayou Texar. I I day at the navy yard, spent one icg. parties Rev. W. T. Tracy official- sports. ,

S The younsters spent a happy .after-j boating and' bathing at the life saying Numerous ames were played, and i ing. ,_ All winners will receive valuable prizes.At .
noon, thoroughly enjoying' bathingand station, visited, one of the big, shipsin dancing 'was in'4ulged"in until abou Only- a, few Qt the 5' immediate
the romping and playing. The the bay and/ to cap the climax HO o'clock when the merry party repaired -! 8 o'clpck, grand prize dance begins, 50
ladies served all the delicious ice caught a small shark from the wharf to, the-dining-joom i which was (Continued on Page Fifteen)
cream ,and cake they could eat, and one night and carried} It home, pre:.i_ couples? taking part, winning couple to receive
seemeQ! happy In their giving'pleasure'
as ssrved in alcohol, happy as two *
as their little guests' were in I children over their erpreience. in the i : 'lhe Journal's .CiFashioJ Fea/tlre.1 $10.00 in gold.Grand .
the delightful freedom 5! And and (Deep Water City. .
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Fireworks Display at 10 o'clock.
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Soap PEOPLE. AND EVENTS EDITOR' THE SIGHTS SEEN Reduced rates on all railroads. Electric cars will

SIGN YOUR NAME OR dNTO
1AT GAY CONEY ISLAND.. run every half hour.
THE WASTE BASKET. YOU GO.
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tr.iiand Mrs. James 'White are still ,
Miss Beck is in receipt of several in New York but ,
leave this week to g
: Did you ever wash anonymous communications which spend a few days each .ia Philadelphia ? 17 w = =
until writers ,4
she cannot pu'blish the j, \Baltimore and. Washington. '

your hands in corn tend thelr'names. One mailed atl]' S At the national capital .they will WE ALL DRINK ICED TEA
Delta is and interesting .
newsy joIn (Mr. and Mrs. Herbert C. Ho'bbs
meal ? Of course until, the ,writer sends his or her formerly Miss (IJosie Griffin. Mr. S 'ii
name-not for publication but as & Hobbs, whose time in the. navy ex ....
you have Well, guarantee of good' faith-It can not 1 pires July 3. was ordered to report to 1
be
printed.
the department last weak and has
There' is no reason in the world BUT ALL DO NOT LIKE THE
meal forms his wife with him. After receivinghis A51' !V I /JU ,
corn why any one should be ashamed to
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honorable 'discharge'they' will return f/i
sign his or her statements to a news to Brooklyn where they are SAME FLAVOR, SO WE HAVE

: i one of the ingredi' paper ly made., if those statements are honest cozily business established in New, York.and,.he will go into]; i/ PUT IN ONE OF THE LARG-

U.. ents of this delightful '-On''the other hand'there is'no reason Mr. 'and 'Mrs. Henry 'C. Stelner I,I I' A II EST ASSORTMENTS OF TEAS
Miss Beck
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toilet article and should be expected to assume that i have formerly returned Miss south Brown and of are this at city homo- IN: THE CITY, SUCH AS ENGLISH
responsibility, which: may or may not
in Mobile.' i I I
t, be serious. At any rate, while gladto The three had Ii )BREAKFAST, CEYLON,
we know it willt young couples many If
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source she respectfully but firmly de- enjoyable experiences'together during I f GUNPOWDER, TETLEY'S, LIP-
their tours. While 'watching an airshIp .
pleaseyouItcomes cline, any unnecessary responsibility floating above them at 'Coney TON'S.;!HENO, TOKAY, OYAMA,
In that line. She has trouble. enough,
Island, discovered three of
they that
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t -+- ------- -U- ', Ir : .i '(i; r

just like talcum ROBERTtN-H'ANSENiY'EDDING ,- '-' -
AT THE NAVY' YARD

powder, and is al S At the residence .of the bride's liThe Best is What, We Sell" I,'.., I HILL GROCERY CO.

parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Robertson'at pr- : i-w-.i.---

: ways perfectly dry :: the Navy Yard. Mr. W. F. Hansen ;. ,"I,, I ff /

\ and convenient, find1 In!Miss,wedlock Stella by Robertson the Rev.were A.pained T- To 0 *Lt if'i' M'' F., BOWES, MANAGER.

Sharp, of Saint Catherine Episcopal Phono 212 Cor. Gadsden and Hayne Sts.
One church, Pensacola, at 8 p. m., Wednesday '
can contains .June 20. I I 11-:-- '::':-,' '': ..: ':"':-!.-. : : !-o.-o...r-: =-C D"j .,..-tS:

enough powdered The beautiful rites of. the Episcopal InvestigatePure i -" ," ----!
: churcb were performed under., magnificent .
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wedding hell (a present from .
: toilet soap for 200 Captain and-Mrs., R. M. Berry). The FoodOur ,: '- I REMOVAL SALE CUT PRICES.
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groom, Mr. Hansen. was attended by. One. ot each Kurd's: Linen, Frosted Vellum, Cutter Mills, SYWhite ,
; washings and it his best man Mr. John Mac Dougal Irish Linen Bond: Velvet Frosted Parchment Writing Pap" '

'Who stood with Miss Ethel Jones. ," of ''very fine quality, worth 50 cents and more a box, for 25 cpnri- .
costs: only 'Mr, Henry Robertson a brother of store has 'been tried 'and : box, quarter ream in box. One set, 3 vols., Shakespeare, $I Ot ("r I .
the bride, 'stood with Miss, Bsssie: I was found to contain nothing i lot Shaving Brushes, ::25 cents a dozen. One lot Golf Clubs a'SpauI4ing' in-
Gordon, .and ,the flower girl was Miss ;: but the best of ,Groceries and i Pices.Coe's! .
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k 10 Cents Kathale Robertson a sister of the Pure Food Also: to be clean : I 1

bride. I I and perfectly sanitary i Bookstore.

The wedding march was' played' by I NEW ARRIVALS I I them 235,. 213: South P.l.tox Strati. P"uu''.

(Miss Ethel Robertson, accompanied Asparagus "Tips .,-. ;;.?5c can SEPARATE PONY COAT. I ______-'T--.. -
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by Miss Sadie Jones on I I
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Asparagus (fancy whole) 20e I II
1 After: the .ceremony, the guests were I I Artichokes (French) j.40e can I The separate coat has become 'broadcloth, outlined with! black braid, .

W fl Invited to the. beautifully decorated French Peas .. .. .:.- ..25c can quite a necessary article of wearing beneath the lower row of which is need have no terrors for you
, dining room "Where refreshmentswere I Mushrooms i.. .. 15 and 25c can apparel this summer by reason of the set a narrow edging of,baby Irish crochet SASH DAY to
.served most bountifully. Anchovy Paste ... .. ,.25 ..jarI. vogue of the lingerie frock. The The sleeve is a medium sized Itf you send your washing
Miss Robertson la a native of War-. smartest of these' coats are made of I leg o' mutton, gathered into a turn- ,. .. The New Method Laundry,
riogton and is a charming young black taffeta silk and trimmed with ::lack cuff of the blue cloth, braid- : ;
: 'ALEMBERTE "HONEllse E.W. WEST HOIU''
woman much interested in church fancy braids and laces or embrod- trimmed and 'edged with the baby LAWRENCE.4 Prap. Mo.8

work awarby at the her yard.father. She was given I.. : but eries.these Some'.colored are in the minority.models are In,seen this, I.Urish.the body There or the is.no sleeves.lining With either this in ........................................S..y.-w-y".........................;.......... ; ....,................................................"'................................................................ .. .............................................. --OJ

Druggist andApothecary 1 !Mr Hansen is', Coiwain of "' Commandant's. Barge, has' been attached : .I ROSENAU &GERELDS on the regulation pony' lines, 'although turned! plquantly off the face the JUST RECEIVED ONE SOLID CARLOAD OF WINDOW GLASS,

,to 'the ..yard for.several years,1 I there is a trifle more flare at the (brim, fastened( down with a single ONE SOLID ..CARLOAD; OF GARY'S MAGNESJA ROOFING, 2000
"and hu'endeared .l himself to'aU with S 'iwaistline, 'giving somewhat the effect 'pink 'rose, which holds in place the
whom he,has come"In contact by his I I The Fancy Grocers, of the popular tailored 'box coat of twd white ostrich plumes sweeping WHITE CEDAR, POSTS., EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEBUILDING.
: 121 S. Palafox Street honest and manly bearing. I i griffonette cloth. The fronts and tack over the round crown. Th3 ;.

: 1 I "' 'S Ataiqng the great number! of valued:,' Phone 391. Pnccia I lower edf of the coat are heavily high back bandeau is. trimmed with ho'11,,,, H. G. DeSILVA & CO-

I LI ,-' s' : ,t, presents'Tons to mention' 'r ce1v)..d.ar(being?those,too'of former nume]I'I -. ., _' r: lan 1:stitched"Wald, wth'.black.silk..and"coUa} .!or lest; blue there chiffon'Is whit andplnkjoses.:TnalineUe'',,,"' b1" '.!.'torget-tne-notl:." ,," -.- ,,l .."'...''.'....&.'.'- ..... ,,.,....JL,"....,-:;...-.'f.1.lfIM.' ')..-.. ..-....-. ..-'...-.,..-...--.-..._-.&....Y"......-..-...-.....-....-_...........................................................vJ




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extraordinary ; values included 'in this great 'CLEAN-SWEEP SA LE. The


high quality of the goods and the beauty of styles make the very low prices


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We have just. received and will place on sale. Monday 1,000 yards Black 36-inch Italian Taffeta


Silk, regular oil finish, wear guaranteed, worth $1.50 per yard, Clean-Sweep price only 97c yard.

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Below we quote a few of, the many bargains. Remember, that these are not a few catch


bargains. that is ,so often 'advertised by would-be sales and then not find one-half the goods that '


; are advertised. Every :article in this: store has been marked, down and we are right herewith


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:,- 'DOMESTICS WHITE GOODS. DRESS GOODS AND SILKS. CLOTHING. ; SHOES! SHOES!
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Pins' CleansSweep 10,000 yardsStandard Dress 3Mncn( Lingerie,' worth lOc per 27-inch Shadow Silks, 35c' values, .We Show No Mercy to Prices In ThisDepartment Every Pair of Shoes Has Been Re-
price per.. .paper. ... .. .. i. .. .. ...1c Prints and Calicoes actual 6c yard ... ..*. ,. ;. tl t t '*. .. .. .5c per yard .. .0 .. .. .. .,. o. ..19c -. ;
.. and 8c. values Clean-Sweep .40 inch White Lawn, 124c value, 1' = duced to the Bottom Notch in
Hooks Clea1}and- weep Eyes price., black. and..' "white.. ,.1c prloe.*' ..- r> ..* .. .. ..4}''c "per- yard ..., ./ r. .. .* .. '.' ...930tnch' ? 27-inch 60c value Drap, per de:yard Soie.:..<.all. ..Silk.. .39e Men's Suits that sold for $7.-50 This Department.Ladies' .

FeatherStitch 'Braid, worth ,,10c 5,000 :yards Apron' Gingham, all per yard India. LlnoB.,: ..,oI.lOc... ,value. .. ,..7e' Fine line of Ladles' Skirts, and $8.00 .. .. .. .. .. .< ..$3.43 ,

I Pearl per bolt Buttons Cleansweep,5c values price Clean.... .;4e. ".:yard.colors- _. Cieaq.*v.,i;-13weep'. .. .price. .. ,..per.,4,4c,' .Persian, per yard'I; wn,15c,.._' ... .-'and- *- i.20c i t value.? .,.116'. strictly Mohairs up-to-the-hour, Panamas,' Panamas In styleIn Men's Suits in Fancy. Cassimere, $1.25 and Fine$1.50 Patent values Tip.Oxfords. .0 ... 98c

Sweep price, per dozen .. .. ..1e '5.DOOyards; Figured Lawns, 8c Long Cloth,-worth $1.35. per bolt, ? Worsteds and Serges from $2.48 up 1 Cheviots and Serges, others: Ladies' Fine Patent Tip Oxford,
values, Clean. -Sweep; price, per Clean Sweep price per bolt .96c ., All our fine line of Ladies' Lawn and ask $10 for them, C1ean,Sweep .. .. ..
Extra-Fine German Pearl Butt ,' ons, Clean-Sweep price; doz6n 3c' '-' 4.SiOOO per yard. '... .., .-.. ..' .. .. .100. out regardless of costs or value. ,
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E. P. Reed Oxfords known allover
with ; yards Figured Lawns, lOc Trimmed and Untrim- 75 Suits, regular $12.50 and. $15
TorC'hon Laces all widths DRESS GOODS D SILK. All our Ladies' the world, sells for 2.25

Insertions Sweep, price to.. match..... .. ..Clean... ..3 yard.values.'*,. Clean4Sweep.-. t. _. .. .price._" ..per...6C3OOi 36-inch ''Black Cashmere and Mohair will med Hats be sacrificed, in all the in,popular this sale shapes re values sortment, comprising of black, blue a granij and:fan as and $2.50. will be sacrificed in
35c- -:values CleanSweepprice x .. .. .. .. .. .. .
Point de, Paris Laces, all 'widths, yards/v Unbleached Domestic, per' yard .. ., ',.-,,. .21 o gardless of cost or value. cy Casslmeres, Serges and 'Che f ; this sale $1,98
Insertions to match, Clean- &r values,' Clean-Sweep price, Mohair, the kindyou in:this
38-lncfc Back sacrificed .
viots will be
GENTS' FURNISHINGS. ; Fine line of Misses and Chil
Sweep price, .. .. .. .. .. ..4Vac .per.yard _.* ** ., .. .. .. .. ..32C have always paid 60c' and great sale at .. ..' .0 .. .i ..S.89 dren's Oxfords and Strap Slippers
1,000 Jap 'Fans lOc values, now,3cLadies' 75c for, go. JA this great sale, Handkerchiefs, lOc values, Clean-
; 04:Upbleached'' Sheeting, 22V c yard... .. ,.. .. ... ., .. .,39c <<$weep price .. .. .. .; .0 .. .3c -don't fall to see them-
Fast-Black DropStitch.Hose .. .. .. .. per Our entire line of Boys' and Children's
values. ;:v: .1? .1611c Black Sergesranamas, ,Voiles, Fine Hemstitched Handkerche'fs! from .. .. .. .. .. .. .0 ..98c up
per 15c pair values.,..'..CleanSweepprice .. .. .. .. ...8c *Tl 0-4'_ Bleached Sheeting 25c F.orentine: Crepes and "Etta- 15c values .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .7C Suits will be cleaned out regardlessof
Ladies' Seamless Values,, ,< :4 ,- t, ,.18%c mines; swellest of this season's Half Hose, black, tan and fancy cost or value. Don'tsmiss this 'Men's Good Durable Shoes, all
Fast Black Full Fashioned Hose: 20c values, Good H:4 ck Towels, 15c values .. .8e fabrics, worth' up to J1.25 yard.. 15c values .. .. ;.. ... .. o. .7c grand opportunity. ; leather, all popular styles,
Huck Towels, 25c CleanTSweep.price, per yard .75c $1.75 $2.00 values, CleanSweet -
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Clean-Sweep'price per .w-ISc' rge. Lisle Hose, black and and
Ladies' Fine Handkerchiefs/ pair Iftc values, all 'to go, per. pair ..15cBIeache.di 36-inch Taffeta, Silks, 'in black Genuine fancy, 35c value. ., .. .. ..; .-.19cNegligee Men's Good, Durable Pants In all .' price .. .. .. .0 .. ..$1.37Men's
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values. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ..Se r' Table -Damask, 58 and colors best ever shown in Shirts, 65c and 75c. colors, $1.50 values,
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the .city tegular '$1.00 ; .9Bc
Ladles' Fine Hemstitched Hand- inches< --wide, actual value 35c, values, .Cleart'weep pew' price per values .. .. .. .. .., %. ;. .' i.43c Sweep price 0 i.j. : $3 Oxfords, all shapes, at $2.43
kerchefs: 15c values .. .. .. .7c' Clean-Sweep' price, per yard( ....23cHed'Tible yard ., ..- .,.. ..t. .i '.f.., .: ...69cNew <: Men's Good Extra-Heavy .Web_. ... Men's Fine Worsted! Pants in; all "Just Right Celebrated Shoes will
Ladles' Undervests Full Taped, Damask. j>8 Inches line of 15-Inch Taffeta Silk, Suspenders, 15c value .. 9c popular stripes, $2 and\*, $2.50 be sacrificed in this sale, $3.50
lOc and 12c values Clean- wide, 30c value, Clean-Sweep in all colors while they last, Men's Guyot Suspenders,, 35c at .. .. .. .. .. .. .$3.14 ,
,. ..v ., ..39c value, Clean-Sweep price.19c values CleamSweep price$1.48. values
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.: '.:," ::; ,: I lponDR' GHltDRfN' .tONTA610DSll OD POISON

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I : I IN, WAffR WATER TO BE- GIVEN[N NO [UMILffiTINQ( -VBLE-OESTRUCTIlffi



PUt'it1if WATER- : The very name, Contagious Blood Poison, suggests contamination? and'dread. It is theTorsi

f Tc. disease'the world has ever kpoVtlj,responsible? J more !unhappiness and sorrow than

OUTING O all others combined... Nobody knows anything about the origin of this loathsome trouble,

" wt as far back as historY'goes ithas, been regarded the greatest' curse of mankind.No .

i k; / We Keep the BEER :pure instead of the AIR \ part of the.body-is beyond the reacH.of, .this powerful poison. No' matter how pure
= of oct Poison enters the entire circulation
Salvation Army Planning to Give the blopd.may be,,when,thevirus GoI\ ag19us)31 ,
f .Becomes" 'corrupted ,the humiliating'symptoms begin to appear,and the.suffererfinds, himself
t As every one knows, beer is _a saccharine product, and when exposed I i little Ones of this City a diseased from head, to foot with' the vilest and_ most destructive; of all poisons. Usually

f germs literally swarm to it, thrive and multiply in millions. the !first symptom: i is a ,small sore or 'iilcerj.so insignificant.that} it rarely ever excites
of.
Plsasurs.
E This causes fermentation in the stomach and makes bilious.. Just' Day "
.: you ; suspicion, but in a short while the, skin .. *

here we will state that germ infection is an absolute impossibility in The great success of the picnic .at breaks out in a red rash 1 the glands of thejjroin Dear Birs.-I Poison had and frIend who in terrible had a bad case of Con.
the Life Saving Station last year for tagious Blood was a condition He
the benefit of the children of swell,the'throat and mouth. ulcerate, tried all the medicines he could hear of, but nothing did
poor
r :Pensacola .has encouraged the local he hair.and eye-brows come out and often him any good. He went to Hot Springs but it was lIke
AMEffiCAN the othe, ?treatments he had used and he was 1. iespan
I management i hold another of the picnic Salvation this year Armyto and :he body is covered with copper-colored ,cf acure when he heard of S.: S. S. After taxing it'for
awhile the sores aU healed, his hair stopped falling
out
arrangements are already under : eruptions and
f\ pots, pustular' sores. and- continuing with it, he soon found himself cured en

Cooling is the vital point, and this is how it should be done: We use a systemof way outing to, this give time the'little probably ones at another some There is hardly any limit to the ravages tirely of this, Dl.hideous T disease. JOHN 719W.LESLIE State, St,

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double pipjng; WHERE THE BEER FLOWS THROUGH INNER PIPES, SURROUNDED point up the bay. It is' the,present : of Contagious Blood Poison; 'if it is :not.Rookford

". BY LARGE WATER PIPES. It is then cooled in ammonia by the very same intention of Captain Norris to make :riven from the blood it affects the n'ervesJ 'I was afflicted with Blood Poison and the;;best> doctors .

p \,; \\ .. process. No air touches it. It! is protected even .from the socalled"filtered" it the at affair some a basket point wheret picnic,the and children to hold, Attacks the. Bones, and in extreme cases. did. me no I good seemed, though I took their all the treatment. faun-
fully. In fact to get worse while I took
-.\ y;} 1 air, and this is 'your sole safeguard. Hundreds of diseases tan romp in the woods as well as playin fuses 'tumors to form on the braIn" .prod, almost every so-called blood remedy, but they did not

.,., \ are traceable to a germ basis, and perhaps to germ-laden beer. the water along the heacii. ,At the ? and death. No other dii- seem.tb reach the disease, and had no effect whatever, 1
insanity
?, How is the lee cooled which you drink? Compare Life Saving ;Station }sat year the urt hieing was disheartened, for it seemed that I would never be
., ", it with our methods for your stomach's sale i was' 'so high that a number of the ase is so highly contagious; many an introcured.. At; the advice of a friend I then took S. S 8 andbegan
\ smaller children were unable to secure Improve. I continued the medicine and it cared
has become infected
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the full benefit of the trip b} eut person by uslu g
Acme Brewing Co. I sw completely. W. R. NEWMAN.
Macon\ Ga. .
taking a dip in the water, and a place' ametoiletartieleshandlingthe 1 1 clothing 1 by Hamlet. N. C.

Read our next advertisement on"Cleanliness and Sterilizing. will be selected this year wherethereis i friendly handshake or the kiss of affectioij I 4 '
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plenty of water to paddle in, but
.L no surf to make it dangerous. I rom one afflicted. But no matter' howl .the, .disease, is contracted, the sufferer feels the

; \ Nearly one hundred children were: lumiliation and degradation that accompany vile.djsorder. .
taken on the outing last year a num-:.
ter of them accompanied by mothers, :Mercury and Potash are commonly use4 in tHe treatment of Contagious Blood Poison

". IADMINISTRATION ,. .':' .!..' and at that time if was stated>that cut these minerals cannot cure the disease-tl'ey."me! -; ly mask it in the system. All ex-
.. ':h -; the picnic would be made an ann'.aifeature
,'. if it proved 'a'.success. This ternal evidences may disappear for awhile, but the treacherous poison is at work on the internal

I('I.Senator LalFollette, will-" draft: and" introduce year it is expected thaU,the crowd' members and tissues, and when:these;minerals are l lefts,! off the disease returns worse than

PUZZLED I coal mines a bill from".;;: falling signed into tof prevent the handsof the: will,exceed and arrangements that on therforaer be made occasion before, because the entire system has been weakened ana damaged by the strong action of the

; I the trust. to-make the.outing even more enjoy]I I :Mercury and Potash. There is but one certainrreliabfe: cure Contagious: Blood Poison

OVER SAN DOMNGOMIXUP@ I There are about' 40000,000 acres of able.It.is possible that the children's picnic -I!!i and that is S. S. S., the great vegetable blood purifier..; It attacks the disease in the right

-. I,J throughout government the coal western lands"situated states'and ter- this year will be held at ;t\.e pavilion -i I! way by going down into the blood, neutralizing and forciug'out every particle of the poison.

_. .. J I'''I ritories in .Colorado' ; Washington the secret recently'so ieties constructed at,Bagdad.by one This ofl fItmakes:|I -the blood,pure and rich, strengthens the different parts of .the ;body, tones up the
out of-the ?o reign claims in this man- Wyoming, Oregon, Idaho; Indian Territory -. 'and this humiliating and 'desfructiyedjs6rder .
is desirable _there is cures permanently.The
.a" very place as :I system, ; ;
Rife' New Mexico and Arizona, :
Speculation to How Se ner. When this sent toNew '
was
as money
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York the administration had fco and lesser tracks elsewhere. It is I which is grove supplied! adjoining with swings and improvement commences assoon as.the patient gets under the influence of S. S. S.

rious Complications are to thought that the treaty would! be de- estimated that the present bituminousfields I ojher contrivances for :.the'enjoyment: and continues until every vestige. of the 'poison'.driven. from the 'blood and the suffereris
: of production in the East ma .
thus
featcd, and tie up a large sum, }
of little this .
people. In addition to
restored to health. S S. S. is
without a proper' claimant. j[! become exhausted within the lifeI completely not
Be
Avoided.
1 is
there a good pier where a steamer
;*. I I I time of persons living and already i can land, and 'the excursion on the: an experiment ; it is a success. It has cured
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1 to Should the'new; this president money'of to the turned island avert, all!the eyes coal on the combinations undeveloped: have millions their of j float, which last year was so greatly I II thousands:oiF cases of Contagious Blood Poison;
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GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED i kinds ef trouble would immediately: be acres to the west. 1 I appreciated, much longer. I many of which had given the Mercury and
I AS soon as the plans have been I
counted on to start a revolution as in Nothing that the President has '
STATES WOULD GLADLY LET I perfected contributions of filled: Potash: treatment; Hot Springs, etc, a thorough
[any of the ,Central American repub-J done since the inauguration of his
baskets and eatables of description
every .
GO IF IT COULD SEE THE WAY lies and that i is' the prospect of 'cap: anti-corporation crusade is likely to. will !be asked: of the charitable-j .. .. trial i l, and had almost despaired of ever
turing a considerable: sum of mon y. i I'excite more attension than the coal people of Pensacola, and it is safe to o being .\\'gll l | again S. S. S. is made entirelyof
CLEAR TO RELEASE ITS GRASP II' In the meantime the foreign nations' land move when its full,scope is Un- say that the appeal will not un :
which have .claims against: Santo Domingo derstood. heeded. go PUR E,L-Y VEGETABLE roots, nejrbs and barks, and does not injure -
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ON AFFAIRS OF TROUBLESOME are again becoming restive],. 1; in
(,I : } Government ownership of the coal '.; the system the least.Ve offer a

ULAN They ago, after dVew president off'about eighteen Roosevelt mouths volun-i really mining the properties essence of the the latest future thing is I Out of Uncle Joe'aiEand.. reward of $ropo, for proof that 'contains i a Jar? ic1e* of mineral of any kind. If you

teered to see that the debts should! be on the Roosevelt programme. The i: John Sharp Williams' nets custom of are suffering with this despicable and debasing: disease, get it out of your blood with S. S. S

paid. Now that the prospects of pay' president began to study .question j jwhen j I I objecting to all legislation by unanimous before it does further damage. We will gladly send our book with instructions for self
of the has much havoci
Special to The Journal. ment are as gloomy as old his attention called to -thej} consent spread.
was
Washington, D. C., June 23/ .Speculation creditor'nations are beginning to make suspected\ scheme by which railroads:;j i I I among the nation's solons. The other treatment and any medical advice, without charge, to.all;who write. '
is rife among public men as; to inquiries., It is understood that no were going to get control of the rich: : morning, in accordance w'ith the usual 1 I .
how the administration is going fo get''"'move will' be made by them until the, lands the time the Fve; Tribes bill was, custom, a congressman wbo wanted to THE SWIFT. SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA, CA.
out of th Santo Domingopredicament' adjournment of congress, as some un-< under consideration in the ,Senate. j'.: get a bill passed went to.ihe speaker'srgom I ,,,
This 14 as much a puzzle to 'President! I'I forseen development may occur to, ,I "
Simultaneously with that came the, and asked that: potentate if be
Roosevelt and Secretary Root as it is force favorable sction on the treaty.1: ? i "
of railroad coal mine: combinations i!] might be recognized for the Incase CORN MEAL IN A o. c-oo- '
to the politicians: Democratic and!i Ex-President; Morales may create a exposure purpose fP' '?'a'? 'i'i7'Z7'Z7'Z7'Z7'i7'i7'i7'7'i'i? .
in the East-a revelation!! he when the house convened ,
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arose or 1
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Republicans: ; naval officers and others crisis in the relation of the two coun- .
Interested in the affairs! of this troublesome -' tries. He has''threatened that umess:; of evils that already has had an Influence -i j and addressed Uncle Joe In a respectful POWERED SOAPNEW .I '
republic, which is 'always on the the senate acts on 'the treaty before on legislation. Then recur-:i way. 1
verge of a revolution. j adjournment he will organize a revolution -ring strike suituations in both the j{I, "I haven't .anything to 'do with it," ; AREAT }
The administration would "gladly j and overthrow his successor.tPresktent bituminous ana1: anthracite r.g ionswith j j replied the czar. "You'llshave to ask. I I 'n'
their to the whole 'coun-
"let go" of Santo Domingo if it could Caceres. :Morales is again menace John Sharp.-Kew York-Times.: TOILET: ARTICLE THAT IS :
see its way clear to release its grasp.! hankering for power and regrets his try, also formed an element of con- I Gnu
For more than a year now a fleet of* sudden abdication.The ; sideration. I INTERESTING THE LADIES: :I
United States warships has been l'id.j i United States,keeps a fleet of Germany will be pointed to as a Opposed to f Strife TEMPERAtjC.ilNFLUENCE E
ing. at anchor in Santo Domingo ports,! nine vessels in Santo Domingo waters (successful example of government Representative Ryan. of- Buffalo at- AND CHILDREN.,
waiting, a call from' shore, to preserve,', The Yankee, Austria, Dubuque, control of coal mining. The comparison tended the meeting of the International
order and maintain the president onUs Eagle Nashville: : Newport, Paducah of the imperialistic European! parliamentary peace unIon lately.
shaky: platform of power. There Scorpion and Marietta. No other detail countries with democratic America!I "Hello! What are you doing up here, k The is hardly woman who has not I
is even less prospect now of the wi'h-'i! is so dreaded toy naval oScers. {probably'! will arouse some of the Ryan?" asked Representative Bar- at some time used corn meal In the 1
drawal of tie ships and the surrender There absolutely no pleasure to critics, but the policy advanced is to tholdt of :Missouri, president of the
of the island to its own people break the awful monotony of the stupid :be put on the basis of the 'good of union. "I thought the Irish were al water with: which she washed her
than there was a year ago, and, to place. The Vessels roll continually the masses of the people and the ways for a free fight" hands, ,and there is hardly a baby whoas ; v1
make matters worse, no one is able! in the long, tropical: sea, while the now accepted principle that the people "I'm like the Buffalo policeman" Mr. not been washed with the same j I -= =-4" w
the situation will heat intense. Several instances have something to about the
to say when improve.![ is say' :
substance. .Since time Immemorial,
Ryan said "He saw a crowd and was ,
It Is a curious and decidedly embarrassing -I have been reported of officeis having corporations that supply them with
development o! the-president's;j i their minds affected by long service the necessities of life. told there was going to be trouble. 'If corn meal has been recognized as a A temperance beverage c
intervention to save the island from';\ there. The navy is thoroughly: sick The popularity! of the policy, from a there's any one starts a fight here,' the healthful, effective toilet article. pure
the fury of foreign creditors. { of having to do police duty at Santo political standpoint, has 'not aroused policeman said, 'I'll shoot him. I'm But the old way of using it has now t. like Gerst beer is GOOD fort
I The Santo Domino treaty which II Domingo. any fears in administration circles. against trouble of all kinds,'" been improved upon. The improve- ; ; ;
(was to provide peace and prosperity!i Santo Domingo will doubtless be an 9 9a
ment consists of a powdered soap ? YOU Gerst beer is almost
for the little republic, is. hopelessly'te issue in the coming congressionalI DON'T! I Phelan of San FraneUoo. combined with the corn meal and both 'f;
ten In the Senate Committee on|I.i campaign. The Democrats propose to Don't let your child suffer with like toilet
James D. Thelan who as chairmanof are used just powder, out
indispensable wherever
!IPireign Affairs Not the most,, ask how the vigor
even long government intends 'that cough when you can cure it with
th committee of relief at San Francisco of a neat tin toilet can. The new ,
,optimistic of the, president's friendsbelieves ,,, to continue as the policeman for this
Ballard's Horehound Syrup, a sure
preparation is delightful to handle and,
that there is a of hope island. ; is custodian of all funds contributed Loo temperance and health
ray v cure for Coughs Bronchitis, Influen- to use. It is called "Mazo" and is ;; area
:for It,,and no motion will! even bei,!", ,7 i. Croup and Pulmonary Diseases to; Aid the distressed, has long sold by D'Alemberte's Pharmacy
made for its reconsideration in corn||i President: Roosevelt and Senator Buy a bottle and try it I needed or are desired and
iaittee. The administration just now LffFollette have been working together ti: B. Laughter, Byhalia, JTss., I THE ORIGINAL ,
sees no way of backing out of'the difficulty : to save the vast and as yet untouched writes: "I have two children who had $ wherever: there is a feeling of
Co., Chicago.. originated
It'got itself into when the president = government coal lands of the west, croup. I tried! many different reme- Foley f .
decided to cVi by inalrection; to be held as a club over the coal des, but I must say your Horehound Honey and Tar as a throat and lung BECAUSE-
'what the senate last year refused to trust of theeast It is proposed toj Syrup is the best Croup and remedy! and, on account! of the great nervousness] ,
sanction; in treaty form. i i j! withdraw froth public entry and silo Cough medicine I ever used." '- Sold merits: and popularity of Foley'sHoney QpD rich blood'
and Tar imitations and muscles and r
There Is another element of embar- all of these lands and retain them fort by all druggists. -'m' many are M 'Itmakes ,
.the
genuine. These
In s.tuation.. New future offered for- creates and health
rassment the- A ,I envelopment, probably by leas- imitations have similar: vigor 44'p
'Yi;rk trust company holds more than ing to Independent operators. ROYAL CLUB TROLLY >: worthless d.O 0 '
Beware of them. tonic and invaluable food
Jl.COO.OOQ of funds collected by American Before congress; adjourns this RIDE TUESDAY 'NIGHT Vr. sounding names. Bo' .area an
agents of Santo Domingo, while :scheme, is expected to take definite The Royal dub will! give ,a trolley .[ t The genuine Foley's' Honey and Tar sexhausted; worn-out nerves.
acting ,as customs officials for the insular shape, although the ne"ce"ssary legislation : ride from 7 to 10:30 Tuesday night, is in'a,/.ellow package. Ask for It J 1
government. The money was ,"to,make' i it effective will probably June 26, to which their friends are % and refuse any substitute. It is the TFHPFPAMriT is furthered by .
deposited in New York with the idea not 'be enacted"until next year. An" invited.: Fare 25 cents. 24j2t best :remedy for coughs; and colds. lIUirCrlU. fll/E, a refreshing andthirstquenching C I It
that it' should apply to the foreign order from the president will be <*.! W; A. D'Alemberte, druggist and '
: debtsof Santo Domingo .tre.;ems sued soon withdrawing from:entry the,' REMEMBER THE 0. R. C. 'PICNIC: ,, I ;. apothecary. lg j beverage 'that is extremely !

ate had ratlfifd the pending treaty, I.vast areas oil ,public:! }land embracing j j.ccal tON- JUNE 23, .AND BE PREPARED y light dcofyl ((3 jlr2'per cent.) ?
which prorlofes for the gradual uiping ,. deposits, and ia"the meantime I!'T6' ENJOY YOURSELF jn9tf Mr. .L.. M. .Sanders First to Receive: @
I From every point of view it is desirable
Accident .Benefit. of the.Pensacola" 0 a r\n"A
Assembly of Modern Work ., pure-food drink, (worthy of the very fattest ;

: men of the World. uW appreciation in the home and elsewhere as \w

I,1.0. .a-bringer.of. goofaheer' and refreshment (.f

JAMS Mr. L. M. Sanders.has just received
D.
PHELAX. I O. K. from the, Modern Workmen of ', Z he'WM., GERST BREWING CO. (t
been prominently identified with the J the World, Washington, D. C., for $20. ,Nashville, Tenn.
@
business and political life of the city:1 1I he having dropped a scantling on his W

i I, Although but forty-five years of foot three weeks ago. The M. W. O.I I \ PETER BELL, Wholesale Dealerx'0.4.0.0
J. ry C te has twice been elected mayor age.j W. pays for ordinary accident $10 per .l .
week and as Mr..Sanders was unable
iras the immediate predecessor of e.P'2..Q.P.
,
r. SfN [r'present chief ec\1tIvelIayor Schmitt. to go on duty for two weeks, his claim ,: vgo o ,

f Mr. Phelan is a millionaire, the son was for" $20. There is never any pro ; ,
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test .on the part of that'rder when ; --
of
a California pioneer; also James D.
the papers go to headquarters properly
f Phelan and 'a successful financier.
rN signed. Mr. Sanders has paid in
I When he first ran for mayor on the J8.BO. and gets' back" J20. I I .:, WE .,ARE AGENTS FOR
Democratic ticket be succeeded In pollIng A large number have joined the

Ili-?. Will give you comfort on 'a sweltering a large socialistic and'labor vote In I Modem Workmen here in the last few, SOUTHERN BRICK CH( and McMILLAN BRICK CO.
{spite sf his great wealth this largely and is still ,
It
weeks
growing
very rap
day When hot and weary it im ,i. ', . -\
H 'owing to his attra.tlve personality. He'made 1 idly. it

: parts vigor and energy. u uw riu a ,wd 'p, i I his own canvass and was so affable it j j ja' I Rave two'nillion !good, hard-burned brick ready for ship-

in Baling with the people whom. be :j'! CREW NOTICE. 'imeat |8.OO. per i thousand, f. o. b. at kiln. Get our
; 1! addressed that he them against Nether the captain own-
: c 5c at soda fountains/and: in bottles 5c won
: rO I their prejudices. While'mayor he did ers or consignees of the Br. prices on Builderfs': Hardware and Lumber.

f much to beautify the city and was always ss. "Parkwood" will be re- f
on the side of He sponsible for any debts con
Improvement. iracted by the crew of the said vessel : Saunders Mill Company
: has devoted much study to munioipal A. HOVLAND. Master!!1PEXS ,
; government and Is regarded as no ,tt '
COLA LUMBER 'Coy j I Phone 717. 21 fast Garden Street.
Bottled Exclusively by H" e.ia Bottling! 'Works, 124 El::Chase St. Phase 587 1_tb'lrlty on the subject Consignees... I ;
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Monday : Will be a. Great Bargain, Day I Iif 'I I






you arc .a regular customer. of this store you know that our special' sales are always I' I




fraught. with extraordinary. interest to direct buyers and you will need no urging, to come here


: Monday when we say that: the bargains will unusualy! good. .1!! .


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A Sale That is Sale :White Waists See the Trimmed Hats 2000 Yards
.' a' Lingerie Sale. ofT Towels in Dress 100 regular $hOO

.. : Window, all fine ,Lawns .
up-to-date regular worth
All our entire line of beautiful .
of White Lawn Lace 50 Dozen Large, Extra Size styles, not made' Corsets
Nainsooks and Swiss Em up by cheap 5c and 6c th'al e jjl; 2 I 5 oC

broideries, regular matched, Good Weight Huck' Towels; labor in the, cities, but made ; 2C special price _

Embroidery .in
sets worth 20c, 25c and 35c, regular Hemmed in Towels that sell our Millinery Department 2000 Yards T"I I
and sell for 53.00 and sizes

never sold for l less, we offer: the .. $J .25 'value. in other stores 20c, 4 fj | to close them out you 54,00.know Ginghams, beautiful :

lot as shown in'window: .Mqn- our price S/ofi to 28 sold for fl..
and :: 2 we carry over no old stock, styles a solid case j/: 8c no ,


day is sold, unttl.a1115c ydr __ 98c_ : __ Not over 1 doz. to a costumer. the price is only '$1. 75 and- 10'I I ue 7 this sale_I ; 7p I b W. B. Thompson and C. B.


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Just Received 25 Top i


Buggies and

.bouts: up fo. .i Wagons to arrrive :

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styles, from $40. up.: next week. .

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SOCIETYContinued To Remove FrecKles 21 Pimples 'iMr.friends Dooley in Connecticut will consult FRIEDMAN & CO'S. SALE

I In Ten DQ. Use about his eyes.. The young .
NadinolaA men will spend:several; weeks fj s..s .MM RV.l:

new dlsooverTi sold northeast:: and everybody BREAKS ALL RECORDS
under a poaitire guarantee :will enjoy every a
( from Page Twelve) and D9oer re- returning in:iline'health and
funded In ever ease i ,
I wher It illi renare .
friends had been invited and the freckles, plmp.'et, liver i [
marriage will be a happy surprise to .spots, collar suntan discolors'-, sallow- The friends of Miss R SERVICES: AT THE Every household needs some of these things. ; ,
and I
ness-
many admirers here and in Atlanta. m tlOQS,blackheads and allernptlona here.pleaded to meet her Advertising Bargain Remember, you can Buy Now, Pay Later ;
.. of the akin,no streets 'yesterday after: her i
The nice recepton and supper attested of how long
iB tter
: much the high esteem in lW'-* standing( CUre.on1lll&rJ two.... -weeks. Offerings ;Bring Throngs to CHURCHES TODAY'CConUnued i
11113 ,and the REFRIGERATORS Z
-a01 cases days .
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which the young people are held.. Mr. : worst in:?0 days. After ,
and Mrs. Bryan have secured' rooms these detects 'art' remoted'tue skin will be Miss Bessie Buttermer of. 'Great Event-Closes .
clear, toft, healthy and-bentifnI.. No possible from Page Nine). PORCH I +
it 815 East La Rua where they..will harm can result:from iu ate.:M cents and $L Cat I Ga.: is visiting? 'her sister and .' ROCKERS AND CHAIRS,
;it at home to friends.9 leading dreg stores or by mail, Mr, and (Mrs. .D. V. Daily T Tomorrow. morning at 11 o'clock Wednesday afternoons I t t'
NATIONAL TOILET COMPANY, Paris. Tenn. PORCH '
,Strong.( 3 o'clock. Reading room SAADDS, f .f-
McLean, the Holly, Fla.> mill open daily from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m..
man, spent Saturday in town on at Miss_Annie E. White, is ver has .he value of Journal ad- where Christian Science literature WINDOW SHADES, any size, i i:'
.
children of ,,;J osiiee, Ala.l ; -Mrs. A.
business. be had. Room 6 Masonic Tem 4'
covering from her injuries may
sing been demonstrat-- t
.: J. ;Robinson's' 208 West Gadsden. able to her left more fully ple. BABY CARRIAGES and GO-CARTS |
use arm
>:llr- Cooper; 'Wh is.'Jn'anagfer: of the than in the success of the great Salvation Ji
hiss Ella Ward is visiting Miss. struck from thA street as Army. !
1'osbee branch -of the $ullivan Mill &
': sale of Louis-Friedman
Whaler on Big Bayou. ) yriding several weeks ago. Salvation :Army Richard Norris,, MOSQUITO
hold. the '
0 !Co., took the .whole"h us on which"wll 'close tomorrow. The /
Cupid across the BayFriday? evening, captain. Services will be held as fol
Miss Nellie Hartzog. who 'ha.S been and all :enjoyed a dip in the surf at Mr. George B. Walker r began' J June 14 and during the lows In the Army tent, corner Main
visiting friends in Goulding left for the life saving,-station.' tilss Mary Walkers of" four days of the event :Mr. Fried and Barcelona streets Sunday school i ZZ
her home in Mobile on Wednesday ," -* + gohe'h me acc mpanied1y th -says it broke all records. No 3 p. m. Regular services every night MA !S TON & QUINA .
;:.' : v sale at his store had ever been
:
last'J except Saturday and Monday at 8 ,
: ,." .e IJrs.iW.. C.Clifton": Camden, S. C., i niece Ferol after & p. 0
: al to it. It even beat the great Capt. Norris will be assisted by
is In the city on a vjsit to her brother, months with relatives.. m. i f
Miss Pearl! Hermann of GouldlnsMi Judge Boykin :-Jones: .and niece: Mrs, .. of last February which was itself Capt. 'and Mrs. Moreland of Savannah. 108/110 S.PaIafox St. Phone 148 Pensacola, Fia :

in the Wednesday north and for west extended.. ?In the trip tall' R./'A:,: Hyer.-..,' ,' j''::"1,,' -:*/.: .-.'',; ?- Mr. Otto E. White 'Is that .time;"record-breaker in the I Major the army J M.work Barriman in the, in southeastern charge of NN............................i.NN110oNN.OIN..; 'e

she; will!! visit various .pO'iI ts'Id';: Calf I ) "' : 1I from an attack of app Friedman: is not only pleased states will conduct the meeting tonight
'Missp: \r eand its 1hte Morn : will tie able to. attend to the sale- that without .! :
tornia, in company with her'aunt \ goes say- at which the infant son of Mr. WHHHMMHMHHHHHf*** .. >,:
Mrs. F. C. Swanson. ," :i son-are entertaiging' their cousin Miss a few aays. but he pleased with The Jour- and Mrs. Captain Norris will be dedicated "iI
I Marguerite Edge, and:their niece Miss and he takes another full page to the Lord's work. ; DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, 1 '
'!Annie (McDonald, of DeFuniak Clarence the thirteen years" to announce that, tomorrow will .
Mrs. Benjamin Robinson Is enjoy-: ;,Springs for twp. "fir three" weeks. of Mr. and Mrs John Stokes the last day of the great bargain Mollere, Scott and Homer. CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSB I .
mg a visit from her sister and family .
+ : been sick for some time- is .
MoIiere'never
"As had the heart to
Mr -- 'STERLING
SILVERWARE
and Mrs. F. M. Cooper Sand twoFlorid& |
.. -4. .-', MiS5.Sallie iMcLeanrand Miss Flora proving. draw a jealous woman among all his ,
Gillis a't ':guests 'of their aunt 'Mrs., N'CE'RT'' AND DANCE-ELEC- pictures of men who knew, like him- ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS, }
(Angus'Moirlsorif6n\: l akeview., avenue. Mrs. Charles Rance and PARK TUESDAY' NIGHT
self, the torments of jealousy, so Scott
71: : k -: ': r daughter Hilda' and -Miss- l EVERY HALF' HOUR. never had the heart to draw a young ; CUT GLASSWARE. ;. ..,.,

Miss Natalie Henican of New Or Ranee of Warrington are and beautiful woman who is wicked," ) : :.
I leans arrived last evening to spend Air. and Mrs. W. C. WalkerMiss
l Me- / [ WILL BE writes Aadrew Lang. "This ancient
.the summer ;.with, Miss .Blanche .
familiar of Interest ha Engraving and Fine i-t
source poignant Stationery.
Hugh. ( Myrtle E. Peagler of =
by, out of his great chivalry. 1
I passes
Ala. leaves to-day
ville : ,
The many friends'of Miss Hilda home, accompanied by Mr. HERE THIS WEEK There was nothing to prevent him from

I'Blount,? who" with her mother Mrs. B. White after a delightful writing a romance on the passionate, Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.Jewelry i :
|W. A. 'BI returned: ser eral days his sister Miss Blanche B. wretched tale of the once beautiful '
ago from New. Orleans:where she was LL KNOWN OPTICAL MAN TO Ulrica In 'Ivanhoe' a fair traitress -
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very ill for several :;WeekS/are glad to 'Mr. Morris Frenkel. after driven on the winds of revenge, treachery = .p
learn that- tno'ugh' still weak she is a few enjoyable days with his 999'L. BE, AT HO.OTON'S PHAR and parricide. Here was a theme E. O. Zadek Co.
steadily-improving, and it is believed "'Mrs. M. Frenkel left.. for a 'realistic' novel of England afoot

Limes iwlll b able, l to' ,drive. .out" daily'' until for Monroe La. M'AOY.representative' the conquest, but Scott sketches it MOBILE, ALA. /.
entirely recovered. horror in the -'
H,. lightly as a Thyestean &:1I* &! $#. &, XHOTELS .I "
Inssit on having Blue background. In his work such a pieceof r
Mr. L. S: Brown and Mr. R. C. la Absolutely pure. Goes of the well known 'realism' stands alone, like the storyof
(Caldwell have returned from a three AND SUMMER RESORTS.
far. optical goods house of At Phoenix in Homer's work (in the .
!weeks tour. .ol. the'. I orth.;. will be at Hooton's Pharmacy -
.. I ninth book of the 'Iliad'). Both.Artists NOW FOR THE BANKS OF THE BEAUTIFUL TALLULAH.
} Uune 27 to July 2 for the pur
Scott and Homer, had a sense i The, New City 'Flinchw111 meet of
testing and fitting the eyes
2 dozen with Mrs.."C. S.JBonaker.1218; East Marine Grocery all who need spectacles. i for human things. They did not THE LODGE :

Thirteenth stre'e.C; at' '3:30: Tuesdav Hooton' has purchased a very lack the Imagination necessary for the An up-to-date Hotel with every convenience that ingenuity could suggest :
.All "members, requested of the evil and terrible but .
.' afternoon. are 604, 605 S. Palafox St. stock of these glasses ana has' portrayal or money command,! will be open June the 10th. For rates, etc., address ,
be :and to did not seek success in that
to present ; ; each bring d this representative' come,. they popular
her thimble'and>sCissors. Phone 725. all of his. equipment and tests region." J. C. S. TIMBERLAKE

.. '. V. J. VIDAl, Man that perfect fits may: be secured TALLULAH LODGE. GA. .
Mr. for architect is in Louisville' in connection We carry a full line of lens is"requlred'' it will be Here Is an anecdote once related by ., --
with the"building of his father's Domestic Groceries and with no additional charge." Herbert Spencer-who by the way.
handsome .new.- resdence 'on -.the bay-I We want your patrona'ge. reputation of the Hawk. was rather heavy in hand when he :
shore, of whch) he- ls.tl 'supervising isf; a, 'guarantee of their qual undertook to play story teller. Apropos THE BEAUTifUL SAPPHIRE COUNTRY '
architect. of Huxley's humor he described a din.
4iSatbrday' ner of distinguished authors: '"THE LAKE REGION OF THE SOUTH."
.
;' afternoon a dozen young ; : ANO Y. M. C; A. 1 they fell to dis
theircigarettes
25 cents men any: girls :enjoyed: bathing' party -, "A Hot Bird'in CLUBS TO PLAY THREE GAMES cussing Over their"various methods of commencfeig -
at Boat Club, where
the East HilJ I
FROM
to write. 'One said he wrote ELEVATION 2,250 TO 5,000 FEET.
they initiated bliss Palmeg! tf.Mobile, George P. Wentworth of t
who is visiting Miss, Richards Into A Cold Bottle. Y; M. C. A. baseball team has ar-, and wrote, tore up' then wrote again. Goregous Mountain Scenery, three magnificent lakes, countless ,..
t the joys 'of Bayou'-Texar, after once three games of ball between and so on.George beautiful waterfalls, pure and bracing air; trout fishing in streams
bathing in wb ch.one..'smply cannot Of course there are team and the Florala, Ala., team i ..Lewes, who was present and lakes, boating, bathing, horse back riding, driving, mountain
stay away, I of folks that know games will be played on looked surprised, and! then cried out: climbing and all|: indoor amusements.FIVE : .
There Is nothing more .'!. *'. *.ff 'A.. .d that is, but if you Thursday and Friday.!I. "Oh, I'm not like that! -I commenceto
|Mr. W. A' (H 1o"urat; ;-Jr,; has returnedto cold bird, with no considerable' interest is being write nt once, directly the"pen Is In CHARMING: HOTELS.
healthful In warm weather Yale to'.attend the commencement! ; gestion of a bottle, in the contests, as the Y. 311 I my hand. In fact, I boil at a low tem-. TOXAWAY INN; Lake Toxaway, FAIRFIELD INN, Lake Fair
:. : drop in for a glass A- boys hope to take two out of; perature." now open. I H. AIKEN, Man field, opens July 1, W. H. & C,
than the Juice of the .Lime Did you.'lever-'think about whether matchless soda, or a three games. "Indeed" cut In Mr. Huxley, "that ager. Special :;'rates during June. A. MARTIN, Managers.
we'were c>'teztcf'rnjay toTtie-hippy; o'r'3ukt .. ofour incompor la very interesting,.for, as you know, SAPPHIRE INN,' Lake Sapphire "
and II forms a .heap and t .t thA.Putttofppi' } >l SS.t.of, cream., REWARD to boil at a low temperature Implies a THE FRANKLIN. Brevard, opens now open. HUGH WILLIAMS, "
t- 1! $100' July 1. A. I.AMBORN: ; Manager.) Manager.
In the region.
sU' vacuum upper
exceedingly pleasant drink f 'yif* A.. ?.ii/aTPplngton: has been, CHOCOLATE NUT
transferred to 'Gu port, Miss., and, ', reward of $100 will be given for Lewes himself-was the first to lead THc LOI GE,.Summit of Mt. Toxaway, row: open. MRS. PATTON,
-jpft, 3aturdayS)tV ;:rissufne; ,hT'; new p PECAN CREAM. capture of Jaqe Haney, escaped the shout of laughter which' of course CRISP, Manager.The .
-. plngtoll irid> ,little, convict camp. Description: 5 : this.clever repartee.
'Mrs.I greeted .
l ;
d ties for service. Address
hotels are modern and are noted perfect
Woodwill remain for I II .7 inches; ,130 pounds; medium .
Milton
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forrates.For
son either hotel :
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"with her moth r'lrs. JohnG. ; age 21; carriage erect; brown The Care of Linen.
two-weeks before to Gulfport to COFFEE, black hair; complexion black; Hfo will become when descriptive booklet and general) information address
going l I linen yellow
Wood ,
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Sol forehead medium round JOHN C. BURROWES, Pres., .
; ears
Calm ;
& Co ,
reside. .- j Hot Biscuits and Roils ; medium mouth; good teeth; packed away if it L$ rough dried be- The Toxaway Hotel Co.
.B.- Oisen..ts.ridw' recovering I II .morning at 5 o'clock. ca'n; short neck square shoul- fore and: It must have no starch Special rates'it Toxaway Inn during June. Lake Toxaway, N. C.
< Mrs. M. permits her ; length of feet 10 inches; vaccI- in it and should be folded without
The Pure rapidlyJier physician ": '-= '="""
Food so I- -'
Store,
.. left arm. In this condition it : ,
; scar pn ironing. may
to have! company) ,
YARN BROTHERS CAMP, be kept for years without showingthe ;
Southwest Corner Pilafox and intendencl'Phone'I.U Mr "Jim"Doorey? 'andSir.. ,James I Kandy Kitchen Cantonment least sign of decrepitude. Use
Graham leave,ti-da, nocno on atigh'titilhoatfng'ha de- fresh clean water and anAbundance
: Want
'.'incliid'e :lf"s1&i&''1il AND DANCE-ELECTRIC pure soap, .Bargains on Pageli
ti 8.:' Cincinnati Washington i, ,Baltimore,[ 104 S.-Palafox Phone PARK-TUESDAY NIGHT. of ,it, much air and sunshine .

I Philad'elphla";; Kew-York-and-a visit,lo:: CARS 'EVERY HALF HOUR. I and carefully avoid etarc .

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aln NO -. t, MI MINING ON N T THE I W OlD. UO'. ", S. Is out can to them be lore completely, yet children the 1 ordeal, and happy no through with home i


which the
y EDkottawulricororo expectant
1 i mother
WPMMM ROC;?: must pass usually is so full of suffering-
ISTHMUS OF f fP ,
N' ulur'k. danger,and fear that she looks forward

ATLANTA, : p.: to the critical hour with apprehension ::;

r. ER I tad dread. Mother's Friend, by its penetrating

r 7 P PANAMA N ,a d'thug\ .>Ptop) rties, allays nausea, nervousness, ana :;

all unpleasant! feelings, and so prepares the system for the

Red, Rock Ginger Ale ordeal that :she; papel ;throughthe ,

event safely :;.and/with: but,

f t stands out among all other drinks as anexceptionally If1F, J Interesting Report Just Received d little suffering numbers have Mother's

t I i. artic 1 from'Counsu! Kellog Stationed testified and, said 'lt is :worth
,t C pure, high-class e. I "
its weight' in gold.. $1.00 per

It has the active' endorsement of the most ethical ,medicalmen r + at' Colon. bottle of :druggists., :Book containing t

and is, widely prescribed as a home drink. .for aH ,information mailed'free. ,frlenG'valuable ,

people suffering from the various forms of indigestion. Special" to The Journal.
Washington, 'June 23- An Interesting THE: BRAD HELD ,a REGULATOR_, CO., Atlanta Ga.QET .
.
LooK for Red RocK Crown Stopper on Bottles
a report on mines in Panama has :
) been received at the department of
.+ t G lIi 'J OX SALE'AT ALL GROCERIES, ETC. AJ.T ON DRAUGHT AT FIRST-CLASS FOUNTAINS ca commerce and labor from Consul Kellogg -:
+teoe YOUR
Kl at Colon, in which he states that .
no 'paying.'mines are. now operated in (

l l Panama.: During the Spanish occupa-
4 i t i tion of, Panama years ago, gold mining
was carried on to some extent

"Trade Supplied p pI -by Consolidated Grocery Co., Wholesale h 1 Distributors, Pensacola." mining Since the:companies"evacuation have of the been Spaniards formed, ELEICFAN F $

_,_..__ _n________.n__ ___._ __ shares :sold and work begun but so
I far there is little! to show for the mon ,
jig observers. three years or more since she was I ey and the time spent in these oper
,ENGINEERING ERROR IN : Dr W. Reed Blair the veterinary I first placed on the ways' at Jacob's ations.
cf the Garden, kept a close watch 02 yards. Mr. Kellogg says that told quartzin NOW I

I the open-faced Bachida and decided The Vision, while in the hands of I ,pockets is_found in numerous placesin .- '
TUNNEL! BUILDING COSTLY Ishe had an abnormal growth somVvhere Addicks, played a spectacular' part In Panama, but owing to volcanic disturbances -- '

in the vicinity of one of her his political and financial movements.On the geological formations I We have-a large supply for sale or rent
small back teeth, which bear a resem- board her were planned many of show that unvarying stratas of ore .
I i-lance to toy drumheads. His diagnosis the deals which subsequently were rarely exist and that mineral! veins, E'
cradle of another is sinking inch by,., ;was confirmed. by Raymond L. talked of in the developments both of through volcanic eruption processes, ,
Work'on Four Tubes Under North inch every :day, and the bridges of' Ditmars: ,. the curator, and togetherI {he Adalcks fight for the senatorshipand have been broken and fragments. They are the finest things in the world

the other slips are being shaken from'I they went work to extirpate the the manipulation of Bay State posited in various levels of the earth. .

and East Rivers at New York their foundations. I I I(I I growth. i' Gas affairs. He says these deposits are so-,s.map to keepoff the stegomyia. We
Although the nfiv'tunnel is a costly I'I'I Bachida was thrown 'cbwn and She is a wooden screw steamer.bunt and scatteredthat it does 'not pay, to ca
Abandoned. experiment it is believed to be the;!, chained and her head fixed a at Greenpoint! in 1883, from -le- hunt :for them or work .them "when
inj,;
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only way to correct costly errors that:wooden clamp so as to be immovable. signs! by J. Lorillard. She is 100 feet t 'discovered. : clean and repair your old one.
have been made. To overcome the Dr. Blair discovered the seat o t over all, with 86 feet water line and Only one gold, mine.producing gold!
IJNEXPECTED DIFFICULTIES difficulty of forcing the tunn. ling :pain in the masseter muscles, which 16 feet beam, and is registered at quartz of any Importance is on the .! ,
ENCOUNTERED shieli' through sand which flows like control the opening and closing of Lloyds as of 45 tons gross burden. I 1 Pacific side of the, republic and has '
CAUSE ENGINEERSI water the river bed'will be frozen and the jaws. To give the unwieldy pa- the heyday of Addick's prosperity she been operated for several years with ;
dug cut in chuncks. A freezing plant tient as little pain as possible, lia was luxuriously! fitted. much success. On the Isthmus ol EW0PEAftEXPERT
TO RESORT TO EXPEDIENT OF has been installed at the shaft ,of sprayed the outside of the jaw withether t Panama there are rio gold minesin,
the experimental tunnel at. the foot until it was about half frozen. Billy Butts, pet of the battleship operation and none have been worked .
FREEZING BED OF RIVER IN of East'Thirty Sfth" street. The plant Then he plunged in a lance, but the| West Virginia, the menagerie ship o f since the mine at Santa Rica, Colon I

WHICH WORK IS CARRIED' ON- keeps the temperature at 20 degrees thick hide resisted the steel, and it the North Atlantic Squadron, is on was abandoned after thousands of : ELECTRICIAN.
below zero. This freezes the wet became necessary to grind a harsteel dollars! had been sunk In the venture.
NEWS OF GREATER GOTHAM. sand, which is then dug out with a carving knife down to a fin predigested, Mr. Kellogg,states that in recent
pick. I I point to make a successful incision. goat -that has never balked on any- years .valuable deposits of1 manganeseore e Pensacola, Florida.Phone .
-- Some of the engineers have"come j i The thing from a paper of pins to a were found near Colon and American
the
: point o3
improvised scalpel
to the conclusion that the freezing I grand piano when he was hungry, it investors organized the :Mangane- 345 955.: New Star
New or Laundry
York, June, 23.-As an experiment penetrated a large tumor and gave 1 Building
process will work well at the head of h a terrible humiliation. Mining: .company, which paidJarge
to see if they cannot finda Miss Bachida instant relief. Her! big: '
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the tubes where the blowouts oc Bill is a medium sized goat. He dividends
until forced to close by a
: : to correct marble-like roll
way errors in previous eyes seem to in their
'Work the .engineers in the curred. Other engineers say the sockets and her struggles A joined the West Virginia at St. depression of prices in the home mar
of ceased.
charge ,
freezing process is. simply a delay Thomas, in the West Indies, last win kets. ;
Pennsylvania under Railroad the North tunnel and East construction that will bring about no good results.A the drainage tumor tube was was dried inserted a pint, and of after antiseptic ter. He wandered on the gun deck Coal beds are to be found in many "I 1 Oont'Want.No: : Little CozyCorner"'

rivers have begun/a/ fifth tunnel from : deadline has been established fluid was injected. The chains the day the battleship came into this parts of the Republic: of Panama, says
about the ice,'plant,,so that very little port, when the men were scrubbing Mr. Kellogg. In Bocas del Toro a ,
the foot of East Thirty-fourth street were taken off, the operators: left the
information of value can be gained down, and when he saw a bucket ol very good .grade of bituminous coal Without an
tc Long Island and the patient
City. cage began
a clog
Work there by outsiders, and the contractors dance and a most nnrhinoceros' at- lye It look ll so good to :him that he was discovered, but it was so far tack ELECTRIC)FAN; and E E.CTRIS LIGHTS
on the first four tubes hasteen to"discuss '
refuse the work, declaring just had to drink it. He gave one in the Interior that it proved failure .
stand a
tempt to on her head and
abandoned, temporarily at least, that a clause in their contract plaintive blast for helpV-'and: then I
: An old bed the Negrito
coal on
because of the unexpected difficulties forbia's' them. I climb the bars of her cage. tried to butt an eight-inch"gun. into river in the ''isthmian: Canal Zone has PENSACOLA( ; ELECTRIC COMPA\Y

encountered; and the engineers hope All the outside engineers seem to i! By sunset she hay become quiet,, Wallabout 'Bay."Stumpy" re-opened and Mr. Kellogg says he '
by the new tube to ascertain a way think and beyond occasional efforts to pick '" 502 S. Baylean St. Phone 570.
plans of the Belmont tunnel McGill veterinary for saw samples from this mine which: appeared ,
to complete their original plans. Thri"er ought to be followed. That tunnel is her teeth with her left hind foot, ,appeared the ship's menagerie, '/was sum- _to be of,the lignite' formation.
bed this
over experimental tun-
being cut under the river at a point to be contented and happy. moned and Billy tried to swallow all I ,
r.el will be frozen, It is said, so that i, Recently two other places on the.same .
the engineers can see how the more than a hundred feet deep,. whera S i i tne antidotes that could be found, property, but at a lower level l,- were > CASEY UP.TO-' . process will aid them. solid rock is found. The work of Troubles of varying natures' beset but the lye had seared his throat and bored, and It is reported a coal stratum John D. Rockefeller's, physician has FREE
tunneling through this solid rock !s J, Edward Addicks. Not only has h e not even cigarette stump,!, to which three fee thick was discovered.In MAIL
When the compressed air blew a easy when compared' ...with tunneling lost his last chance of becoming senator he had always been, partial,. seemed concluding! his report Mr. Kel- advised him Lto .play baseball for ex
T
hole through the ercise. Other ,millionaires take '
river bed the xaay .
on -
through sand. him.
from Delaware, 'but he no longer to satisfy log says: "From personal observation
the original work work some weeks ago and II I I is the owner of the steam yacht: Billy is ,no common goat, and everyman and a knowledge of methods |In up, the, .same sport.-Press.Dispatch.. BOOKKEEPING AND SHORTHAND
was abandoned, engineerson Vision. A month or mor ago the s on the ship, from Rear Admiral! vogue In, ths! section of country, 1 1 -i' to'FlvEpersoaslneachhoimtdeairngtotasGpersonal [
"
other tunnels declared that the The difficult and unusual operationof yacht was advertised for sale by W. H. Brownson to the 'youngest ap- would advise Americans to carefully There was grim"determinalipn in the Instruction, who will within 3U day
men engaged in building the EastRiver removing a tumor from the jaw of clip and BEND this notice to either of
is fond of him. The only
Deputy Sheriff Metzger under an prentice .. investigate before investing In any way he mopped. hispate,
section of the Pennsylvania'stubes a rhinoceros has been performed in', execution obtained by ,Robert Jacob, thing yet found that ire would'' not kind oft mines here. Accord'ng to There was ;ease::iir,-John.It's manneras ,
hai made a mistake in tunnel the Zooligical Park, Bronx, and .=o I the try to eat is handsbme1-" blanket semiofficial to"the plate DRAUGHON'SMontgomery
I City Island shipbuilder. When a. : reports, which this office he stepped up : ;
ing through the river bed at a point successfully that It is believed tLe
auction time made especially for hint which'he And he into his hands he
came a representative oMr. f t cannot vouch for, however, beds of as spat
too close to the crust of the bed, so chances are excellent Ar saving one Addicks offered to settle the tfebt: wears every Sunday mornIng when he gold, silver, copper lead and cinnabar called'"upon the .fates! ". w
that when it sand and gravel were encountered of the finest specimens. of the genus on her, and on payment of a part of j takes his place with the men for exist in the d'stricts of Code: Vera. To let him soak the. ball just once 8J lti6F6'uIkg
turn became necessary to DOW in captivity.The the judgement ''Mr. Jacob agreed to i general inspection. guas, Chiriqui and Panama. and score.John W..L:Gates.
the full
on force of the
air compressors patient is Bachida, a female, hold the yacht, and wait a while for There is just one living thing; on i
to keep the river from flooding two years, old, valued at $5,000, which .payment of the balance! board the West Virginia that Billy is NOTICE. The pitcher was one Russell Sage- Atlanta, Raleigh, Co.
the tunnel. arri\ J' two weeks ago from Africa The time of grace expired: and[ afraid of, and that is 'a brown Leg he was no:untried;'Slofoi; : lumbla, Shreveport, Dallas or Jackson
As a result of the the air During my absence from the city,
pressure, in charge of Keeper Haas Humtch. there horn which of the crew: Miss.
was no response to the callscjade i rooster c-ne And cleverly ::he worked his signs
L. Kauffmann will
is 0. have
leaking up through the river bed. On the voyage across the keeper oV Mr. at St. Thomas in a charge of .
on Addicks for Ihe bal picked up way with Catcher Charley, Schwab. We star teach
disturbing the water at in my afflce and attend to my business. ; BY MAIL snrressftuiv nf
about points and served that hit' thick-hided pet was ance. So the yacht was auctJoned a t t that is not approved of by the navy >'20june4t( THOS. PEBLEY. And all the men who tried sto; steal- REFUND MONEY Law Pew.': 'i';, Ar;thxnen -
the Thirty-fourth Street Ferry suffering from some pain in the back the City Island yard. The Judgementwas ; regulations. When the rooster starts as fleet"as" mountain goatsHad slips all of which hava been undermined. part of her cavernous. mouth. Ip fact, for of the Business English Banldnr etc
$1,178,82 for pairs'-and storage for Billy the goat runs to one padded well their trouserlegs 27 Colleges
In fact the rack of of I REMEMBER THE 0. R. C. in 16 States. $300,000.00pit&L
one she PICNIC
kept it open so continuously as charges. She for and arts: as if i lie with "thousand-dollar
j I was knocked ""downto men protection : notes. 17 years'euocess. Indorsed by nasU
the new ferry slips has sunk, the to suggest an intention of swallow Mr. Jacobs for $1,500. It has bee believe roosters were fair ON JUNE 28 AND BE PREPAREDTO ness men. No vacation;enter any time.Write
ENJOY Y&URSELF. for & folRMusecur'edoriOIEYIEi011Et! .
-- ._--. -- .. -- --- -.-,- .... nfighters.. jn9tf The score was 2-to 1 that day, the. in. YOU MUST In order to?et Home Study FREE,
--- -- --- -- Besides the goat and rooster the ning-was the last, KMMH,write now/thus:"I desire to know
i j
West Virginia has three parrots, And John D, knew, the,game :was lostif ia pore the>about your special published Home Stndy n* .Offer made
which are taking a course in navy T this one' chance. weuf past. 1

"WE INVITE English; three dogs' five cats and two And as he smote the,homeplate oqce,
I&SSPECTION"Absolute
fi Y ft mcnkeys. The monkeys stay down and posed with_muscles! tense; 1
11er r n to the engine room, but the rest o f Jim Hill, In center field, moved out UNIVERSITYOF

B re l ials Cleanliness in Preparation of Food Products the menagerie have the liberty. of the and stood against the.fence, : :

!is Vitally Important to All ship. tIn And Harriman, who played. fo right,I I NORTH CAROLINA

an effort to show that American and Carnegie: In, left, : I 1789-1906
r* railways are not excessive in their f.. j Moved back, for much they'f feared
charges, a statement has been prepared that bat jn alHts.sk: and heft,II Head of the State's Educational &vfr
FAMOUS A B' C ST LOUIS by friends of the railways, com- But from the,: corner ,of thestand: tem.DEPARTMENTS.
paring rates in Europe and in the where Women peer i,an<( preen,
l 11 .;. United States. It appears from this a A lady yelled"Now" SOak It, '.John"a.1J. ,
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summary that Americans may travel r'n .;! 1 it Was. Hetty ar ,L Collegiate/ EngineerJng,
first-class somewhat cheaper than Graduate, Law,
Europeans.The The pitcher, with .a ,nakeljk ; writhe, Medicine, Pharmacy
BOHEMIAN BEERthroughout traveler in Europe obtains for I hurls swift thp_curving! sphere.
Lis first-lass fare the privilege of And H. Hv Rogers gives a,yiell thar Library contains 43,000 volumes. N"

its entire process of brewing and bottling comes in contact only with wrapping himself in a rug and reclining e di stifles ,Lawsdn's Jcneer' ,' ,, waterworks, electric lights, central ,
copper, tin lined and enameled surfaces. It is brewed in scrupulously clean copper on the seat of his compartment. For mightily thg ball is .whacked-. and I heating system. New
vessels, then piped through block tin pipes to enameled steel tanks where it is aged and The American dreams luxuriously ia swiftly John's legs,wag: dormitories, gymnasium,
'l lagered for at least six months; then piped again through block tin pipes to air tight, a sleeping car. The railroad fare, As he filtsp&st; each"tmlllio'nare who Y. M. C. A. building.
'j bottling machines, where it is filled off into thoroughly cleansed and sterilized bottles. including Pullman fare from Phila: Country House guards ?each9instuffed.bag.And } > .
r.. I miles, is $3. The fare from Turin to 682 STUDENTS. 74 IN FACULTY
WE USE ONLY THE FINEST GRADE OF IMPORTED BOHEMIAN HOPS Boulogue, a distance of 91 miles, is as.he touched the-rubber plate l r The Fall term be'glns
$3.30. The rate between Cleveland Toilet SetsCheap the grandstand- tOe : straightaway Sept. 10, 1906. Address

GUARANTEED TO BE ABSOLUTELY FREE FROMJ and Springfield, Ohio, is $5.55, against | I l FRANCIS P.' VENABLE, Preside*
.., $6.38 for a ticket""from'Puis: to Calias And showered mlllloa'dollar checks .to
tt ADULTERANTS AND PRESERVATIVES the distance in both instances being and Niceq him who won thdayri;; Chapel Hill. N. C.
e just 183 miles. The fare from Baltimore and Clark and-HeInze'bore"hidi to his

Ib8'Ame can Brewing CfcST. to Greensboro, N. C., a distanceof auto by-the- fence; \ ,
.. LOUIS. N., COLDRINCf Distributor PENSACOLA FLA. 331 miles. is $11.40. From Madrid J There is no reason why the For Casey had'been made P1.a.r day to I| Do You Want Thet
Cartagena is 326 'miles' ani' the summer cottage shouldn't have look like' 30 rents.. j;
railroad fare is $1116. -Denver.Republican.. t
decorated: Toilet Sets in every .
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:n '-. : ,:. : : :, .4. ".- "__. .j] : ': _.: _'3 _:_ : ._', now merely a memory 'of the past arenaming just now. .' 't. BEST
Ballard's Snow Liniment is the family I" H Hago
liniment of the twentieth" cen CJ J Unless the wall paper is black G. B, Burhans, f'Carlisle! ,Center,

THE SOUTHERN tury. A' positive cure for Rheumatism -which is unlikely we can N.-'Y,' writes:.. "Aboutfour; years
HOTELMRS. 'Burns:, Cuts. Sprains .Neural-! match almost I..wrbte you staling thatJ; I had
color scheme I
'gia, etc.. "Mr. C. H. Runyon, Stan- any been ,entirely,.cured of a: severe kidney
F. L. BOWEN, PROP. berry, Mo., writes: "i'have :used your rooms are done in.q tro bl-e' by taking less than two I ishingTackle'TenniS
Snow Liniment for Rheumatism and bottles-cf Fpley's! ,' Kidney.: ,C4re.! tt! '
OPEN ALL THE,TEAR. ',- AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. all pain. I can't say enou'gh In It* J Some very low-priced simple entirely stopped, the ,hrijik dust sedi' 1
-} praise." Sold by all.,drug;;sts. patterns for servants* rooms are ment, and pain: and symptoms 3!bf kidney -I
disease disappeared.'
I am
glad Golf. Baseball and AMIkx i: .i
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SPECIAL SUMMER RATES ; Sir Knights, Attention! interesting in matter of both price to say.-.that t hate never' -had :i' return ( >,ds; the test Phonographs and tt! '

and quality. of any of tb'oSs.symptdms .duijng' thefour ords, the best Dog Medicine, the Jt.t
Regular conclave! of years t .at.ba.ve elapsed and; ,I am Bicycles, the'best Tires, the h. t
Pleasant, Convenient, Comfortable. Quisine Excellent, y 51 I Your inspection it requested while the variety evidently cured>''***y' cureii.? and : .
% Coeur De.Leon. Commandery hsatisfvufrN L Typewriters, the best Lock and 1' '
: Service heartily recommend,, Foley'g Kidney y !1'"I
Up-to-Date Fitting, best Trunk Repairing:
No. I
,11 Cure -any-one -suffering-from kid
Gas and least, t
Lamp, last, but not e
Knights{Templar 7:30j 9 ney or bladder trouble.: For$ale by
I best Roller Skates?
If you will call up phone 490, drop( us a postal or call in person, p. m Monday; June W. A. -D'Alsmberte: ,' druggist- and Why so to
apothecary, ,
we will be glad to give ,you rates for either rooms, board or both. r 25.HARRY 4 107 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET ....r -0. _. .' .
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