The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: June 26, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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OF f UNITEDSTATES[ ;*? St.By Louis Associated, June 25.Press.-In the ft#/i .

i 4 1 % circuit court to-day Judge z BUILDING AT T TJ % f.

|teatorlaFolette Wants in to In- 'a.% WILL INVESTIGATE jf$ I i Sj* Ryan chajar,decided who contended in favor of that a pur-ha y ij I> Rev. J. T. Mann, Now in Pensa'
elude! Transportation and AMERICAN- MEATS %4 ;' T T [ *$ did bought,not from have a to concern pay for alleged!goods ?,'; '!: FOR PANAMA LOCKS *1 cola, Relates Story of His

:I *- to be a member of.a so-called I J JAMESTONSuggested T $ -
Storage of Grain. ; By Associated Press. % trust. % By Associated Press. Experience.A .
# London, June 25. Financial 3 : Washington, June 25.-J09So
I -X' J. E. Walsh, a plumber. (
# ,Secretary Buchanan, of the % -- &
II I fi bought good from the Cahall- i 1 & eph W. Ripley, superintendent
# war office, today announced in f;: of the Sault Ste. Marie; locks, *

(SYSTEM 1 is ROTTEN I &* the order house had of been commons given to that withhold an- 1l-J.; Venezuela Will Not Be Represented ;* Swift the amount Manufacturing of for about them $250 and Co.,,suit refused to- 71*1 that Each Member &* has been Stevens named as by special Chief; Engineer engi- *&r NARROW ESCAPE

7: to pay
& a',1! issue to the army of at Pan-American % was started. Walsi: admitted neer for work in designing and *1
& American meats until Lieut. 3$i fr tha purchase of the goons and 7 L Contribute Fifty Cents to S constructing the locks on the n i -

Irqit Would Show iv Was Permeated && Col. Hobbs to, the who United has been States dispatched ii 3 i Congress. ** counsel on: the based anti-trust argument law.entirely The- .: I' the Fund &0 a Panama long canal.conference Mr. R'ptey with had:Mr. 0$1 Saved by Sergeant Who Thought

to enquire Into the character '? Stevens today and will :accompany *
in his favor.
decided I
With Fraud. 8 of such meats, sha 1 report % i court the commission to Panama. *, They Had Wrong Man
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'1902, LEGALIZED.By COURT T CASESETTLED'[ By Associated Pr :;L RESTRAINT[ T 1 Norfolk By, Va.tJune Associated 23.:Press.> -The 'United mm[ THE BY THE NECK.

New York, June 2The
Daughters the Confederacy of the

Associated Press. to-day says: United States are to have a building "You ask me to tell you how it feels
Washington, June 25.-Senator La- [ A'iVices' from Caracas say that Venezuela DITRADEFive r T [ at the Jam town exposition. The to be hanged?" said Rev. J. T. Mann

.. :" to-day called: up his resolu- will not be represented at the committee on ways .and means from CITY of Fitzgerald Ga., who is now in Pen.

mil extending: the scope of the in Pan-American congress at Rio. The the Virginia division at a meeting in sacola for the first time since 1864, toa

aim! oeing conducted by the Inter reason given, semi-offic'ally! is thai Journal reporter yesterday. "Well,
Richmond! Saturday discussed a plan i
",ai+, Commerce Commission under: Gen. Cipriano Castro whose "resigna Prominent ice Dealers of for the rasing of necessary funds, I suppose if there is anyone Qualified

tin : limanGtllespie resolution so as!I Dr. Herron Pays Fine i of $25,00,, tion" of the presidency has not been and suggested that each of the 40,000 Philadelphia Con tractors File Answer to do so it is myself, as I spent fou*

t< .ill tide transportation and storage: Which Was Assessed AgainstHim accepted, and who will return to officeon Toledo Fined Heavily and daughters in the country make a con minutes of my career at the end of

U' :i 'din. He said the country had July 5, fears that the United tribution of fifty cents, contributors to to Suit instituted a hangsman's rope near your city during -
1 ('n astounded at the revelations Last Year.An States seeks to use the congress fox Sentenced to Prison.By have cards of admission, which will I the civil war. It occurred at Fork

p,anp of combinations between the the purpose of gaining control over entitle them to all courtesies of the: by the City. Barrancas, where I was captured as *
building. At the close of t exposition !- Confederate spy, and but for the fact
c gOne Associated P/ess. it is proposed to sell the building I : that a sergeant ordered me cut down as
",.' tied the inquiry: woula1 show as old police court case, and one of the Castro newspapers says: Toledo, 0., June 25.-Five prom!., the proceeds to go into the general By Associated Press he thought the wrong man was being
'mi a condition in the grain business. which at the time it was before the "Venezuela will not take part in anent treasury of the United Daughters I Philadelphia, June 25.-A: sweeping, executed, I would not now be here
I I ice dealers were, fined five thousand -| The president denial of unlawful commission, excessive telling you of the sensations a man
He asserted "the whole system is court attracted much attention anc: the Pan-American at Rio because : of the Confederacy. ,
frauds." resolu- I dollars each and sentenced to; of which Mrs. Elizabeth George i profits or intent to defraud]| feels dangling at the end of a rope,"
permeated with} The comment, was settled yesterday. 11'I there is no disposit'on on her cne year imprisonment for conspiracy Henderson, of Gulfport, Miss., has, the city in the execution of the filtration i As an introductory it may be stat
-ion was then adopted without divi was the fine of $25.00 assessed by] part to serve as the instrument ol'' in restraint of trade. j! given her official endorsement- the: contracts was made in an answer ed that Rev. Mr. Mann ia a Baptist
sion.IMMIGRATION+ Recorder Laney against Dr. J. S. Her I the United States in the latter's sinister -'I' building. The cost of the building i filed today in a suit in equity by the I minister and preached two sermons ia
ron, one of the oldest physicians of: designs against the weak republics Under the pretext that the ice; and the site of it have not yet been city against the contracting firm of the city Sunday. His throat, however
BILL i supply much smaller this year McNicbol & Co. his
was I II determined. D. J. I prevents regularly filling n
PASSED BY HOUSE: city. of South America. I than in recent years the dealers com]! Suits were instituted last March to pulpIt' and he is now traveling through
The case came up lad t year during The present attitude of the Vene" bined to advance prices fifty to one: ASSISTANT SECRETARY TO recover five million dollars 'alleged tot! this section of the state in the interest .
Washington, June 25.Under the the period that yellow fever existet zulan republic toward the Pan,Amex. PREtS'DENT! APPOINTEDBy have been paId the contractors in ex-j I of some publications. He is a
ruli-! limiting debate on all but two I here, and it was! then alleged thai ican congress recalls the action oJ hundred:: Per cent They were indicted CESS of their legitimate p-cflt.! The !|I man of slim build, rather taller than
l't.ons, the so-called: immigration Dr. Herron would not allow the sanitary President Castro when the one stood trial and was convicted Associated Press. ifcN cho1 Co., in answer) declares;, the average. with iron gray beard and
"II was discussed for three hours to- 'I' congress I and the, others pleaded guilty. All I Washington, June 25.-M. C. Lama, many of the Imputations made by the: his har is well sprinkled with white.
uin the House without inspectors to go through hi; convened at Mexico City a few years were "for the purpose of g\atf- His the characteristicswhich
' and passed were given the maximum sentence. of Oklahoma! has been appointed assistant I mayor face portrays.
* ,.ea and nay vote being permitted home and premises and inspect tfc I ago. It was at the time that Colom i The court intimated tb.at: the sentence secretary to Pres'dent: Roosevelt fying political spite. made the southern soldier fa
an) !any paragraph. The bill has at- place as provided for by ordinances bia and Venezuela:: were involved! In might be mitigated }If' the. dealers succeeding Benjamin F. Barnes, The mayor denies that he awardedthe mous-bravery and darin'g-and 10
",,'t4'(tey much attention. Representa- __H3 was arrested and at the concluson controversies which threatened to II 1J.\ad s destitution. appointed*postmaster Washington. contract at an excessive price. .1 the close observer he isa perfect picture
PS baring large foreign consiituens of the grey-haired Vet. as he were.opposed to the head tax of of the case announced throug I precipitate a war between the two+ portrayed in history, closely resembling

1'?' ,dollars and against the educa- his attorney that it would be a? countries. General: > Raphael. .Reyes. ,- NEGRO 'l LYNCHED iiiia O.f Stonewall Jackson in the cut of
'xjual! rest After an interesting con- I-ealded to a higher court, but hailed now, president of ?Colombia: was one COMMENCEMENT his board and the mould of his fea
: -' substitute; for the educational : to do this and recently Mar of the delegates from his country to tures.
1 is prmiding the whole matter berat'rr'd '
First Visit 64.
hat Schad instructed to collect! I Since
commission was the convention at Mexico City and
-o a adoptt
was "-""" SCtlOOlLar '
"" TilE CLASSICAL "This is my first visit to your city
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t I T! house then took a recess the fine. I Venezuela was also represented. Con '
since the eventful year of 64, and I
H: ,c !sf'it' o'clock to devote three Yesterday Dr. Herron through his gress cabled to 'President Castro the .
: intend gong: to Warrington and Fort
By Associated Press:
houru tendered tho amount of tlu i
> oratory. attorney
marshal which suggestion:: that: these differences be Meridian, Miss.. June 25.-Information : Barrancas, and look over the scones
fine to the was ac i
PH'LIPPiNE: EXPORT ctpteu'. submitted to arbitration, Castro re I received to.day states that an unknown Audience Was Present Last and see if there are any familiar
plied: negro WitS quickly !lynched by I marks left, and I will also endeavorto
AND IMPORT DUTIES 'Please I DeKalb! TERRIBlE locate the gentleman who secretedme :
don't meddle in our af an unknown mob at Kemper
fairs. He also withdrew Venezuela"delegates ) county, for an attempt to criminally I Night to Witness the Closing for three days while the federals
W.I lengron! June 25.-The appro. from the congress." I assault Mrs. James Young, the proprietor were searching for me. He lived at
'na'. .n, committee of the house to- [ERITT COOPER THIS action caused Dr. Eduardo of a: store. Tne negro darted' Exercises. TVarrtngton bat his name has slippedmy
.,'I adopted' a report "that the dutles'l Blanco! minister of foreign affairs, to+ behind: the counter and rushed toward : memory. I hope I will be able to
:" I' ,' ,md import imposed by teK resign. It is said that Venezuela's; ;' Mrs. Young, when she drew a OF f ITALIAN N I locate him: though it has been a longtime
:: of the Unite States or
', real reason for not taking part at Rio pistol. The negro escaped but was ANNUAL ADDRESS WAS DELIVERED and perhaps he has passed to
< > ; 'onal military government,: Is Castro's failure to have gratifiedhis I' captured by the mob! and -l1lched.DISAGREE the Great Be nd.
!nl! in the Philippines! prior to Will RETURN[ desire that the congress meet this BY PROF. BROWN, ,OF NEW "But you asked me to tell you the
Marni. 1, 1902, on all goods etc.. im- year at Caracas.BELIEVES. sensations of being hanged. Well! ta
!wi-i..d! from said islands from all ON THE SEAMAN[ N ORLEANS: -MISSES REINE CAHN be truthful there are not enough adjectives -
'to\ 1Ior exported from said in the unabridged to describa
,lik\ art hereby legalized and rati-! DREYFUSAN AND ELLEN H. SKINNER THE the sensations. It is so wonderfuiypainful

,: a'iiu\ the collection of all such T TODAY f PURE FOOD BILL GRADUATES. that a person would have to
'.0 March 8. 1902, legalized to all undergo the experience to realize to
"''It' and purposes as if the same INNOCENT MAIM Fell from Rigging of Steamer Ce- the fullest extent all that is felt. But,
'q authorized act of
.n by con- Associated Press I I will tell :you as best I can how *I felt
-' This to is meet cases arising By fifth annual commencement of
The when the noose was around my neck
June 25.-The Struck Wharf
Washington, pure and
"' the decision in the Warner- rea Pensacola Classical School, one ofPensacola's but in order to do so. I will have to
., Honored and By Associated Press. food bill was called up to-day by the
Han government
cave! against Reption Papers
little civil! how
detail war history,
Paris, June 25.-In the supreme Senator Heyburn, who made a motion His Head most successful and wor a
tune1! duties amount
rpfund of
I: to be Confederate and
a ,
court today the be I to disagree to the amendment in the institution, occurredlast came spy
procurator general thy educational ,
ismore' than four million dollars. New Orleans Officers Will I my subsequent capture at Fort Bar.
gan argument in the! Dreyfus ca?e. He nature of a substitute adopted by the I I night, the exercises t\dng} placein
declared he was convinced that Drey, house. The senate voted not to con- Tarragona wharf and rancas.
DAUGHTER OF CHIEF Take Him in Custody.The fus was innocent and that Major Count cur in the amendment of the house the Persons waterfront on in that section yester-I the gymnasium of the school bu ld- Enlisted as a Private.

Esterhazy was guilty.! Therefore he but did not ask a conference. day were horrified! when they witnessed -' ing. t "While still a boy I enl'steel as :a
urged the quashing of the entire proceedings I the fall of a seaman from the The audience was a large one and: private la Company C, Bogart Guards,
JUSTICE MARRIEDBy requisition for taking Event:; without trial. INTO I rigging: of the Italian steamer Cerea, every available seat was filled Wit.hl commanded by Captain George Meyhl

Cooper from Florida to the state ol I INQUIRY THE which arrived yesterday and is moor parents of scholars or friends! of the, of the Third Louisiana Batallion of
alongside of the L. & N. wharf. Tigers.' I received my baptsm! of
Louisiana been honored Governor ed
has : by TOWNS DESTROYED fall of the institution, and there were many who in in the Seven
Associated Press ,: KINNAN MURDERBy Quite a number saw th9 : fire July, 1862 Day
W :h ngton/:' June 25.-Miss Fannie I Broward, telegrams to that ef. man. and none expected that he being unable to obtain a seat, were Fight around Richmond and sustained
Lon' Puller! the youngest daughter feet having been received in the cit:]' BY FOREST FIRES would be found alive when they compelled: to stand. ; I. a slight wound in the left hand. In
and it is probable thai the battle of Manassas I wonndM
yesterday very
of) \ ,111'1 Justice Fuller of the supreme I reached him. The exercises: opened with a short!
COUrt, was married today to Dr. Robt. Captain Merideth and Assistant Prosecuting Associated Press. The man had gone up a rope lad-j i in fie thigh, and this was how I'came
}r*nl'h Mason, of Washington.: Ow-I : Attorney Trainer will leave a'' New York June 25.-The coroner'sinquiry der ,to the rigging and was working, introductory speech by Prof. H. Clay to; be a spy. loon as I was out of
In,* > !illness the bride's father was, noon today with the young fellow fo'ew By Associated PressEl into' the death of Mrs. Kin- near the point where the mainmast Armstrong, the founder of the institution -I the hospital; I was!' paced in this sec-
11 After a trip north Dr. and Orleans, where he w.ll: be placed Paso, Texas, June :Forest I nan, who was beaten to death at her joins the topmast, when the rungs of, who presented Dr. Brown, pro- vice, with the rank of captain. Provided
w "" -m) will make Washington in prison to serve his term. fires are burning in the! lumber tracts I mothers home in the Bronx, was I II the ladder broke with him and he fessor of English at thp Tulane! Uni- with an expired furlough and a
O'1;: mime.BAYMAN. I The requisition was applied for last: near: Magdalena, Sonora and the town halted to-a'ay. Coroner McDonald explained fell. Several times in his fall he annual ad military order offering a $50!) rewardfor
I week and as soon as it arrived in Tallahassee ."IS threatened. It is reported thatseveral ? I that new and important in- grasped rungs Of the ladder, but in versity, who delivered the my apprehension as a deserter, I
it was honored, and .the officers mining towns havt been de- I formation hearing on the case had each instance they: gave way and he dress. His address consumed aboutan presented myself at a federal camp
DftSor ; notified that it would reach Pen,.j stroed. The region is thick with reached him.DOUBLE. finally landed on ,the flooring of the,r hour and was listened to attentively near Barrancas, and was welconudheartily.
sacola at 10:50 o'clock last night, and+I American miners.WEDDING. wharf on his head. by the audience, anl at its conclusion Here my work began, and [
it will probably be in the postoffic+I A physician was hastily summonedand he was loudly applauded: and made the acquaintance of a' gen',il
INJURIESHENRY for them this morning: TRAGEDYAT the man taken to the hospital. presented with a number of handsome sergeant of company B. Seventh Vermont -
The opinion prevailed among the of,. ATCARRABELLE for treatment His skull is broken bouquets of flowers. I I Volunteers, and a warm friendship
fleers that an effort would be made tcget LONDON KY. besides other injuries and there is The Graduates. I ; grew up between us. 1 was :MC-
GRAVES WHO WAS HURT : Cooper free, but no action wa hardly any likelibooai.u of his recover After an intermission of a few min I corded free access to the Pensacola:
taken and they will today take h'n -- ing. utes, during which music was rendered -, Navy Yard and the federal gunboats,
'IN THE BAY LAST WEEK, EXPIRED into their custody. by an orchestra, the two: graduatesof : and by keeping my eyes and ears open
Both officers are highly pleased I By Associated Press the year, Miss Reine Caha and Mss: : soon pO5essedaluable Information,
SUNDAY. with Pensacola, and regret that the, Special To The Journal. London, Ky., June 25.--Sherman INDEPENDENT Ellen H. Skinner came forward, and i whkh I managed to communicate toGen.
I cannot remain here longer. Carrabelle, June 25.-Miss Jamie! Collier, a member of a well known were presented with their diplomas by! : D. H. Maury at Mobile. Among
Blocket, daughter of J. R. Blocker and family, to-day short and killed his MINE WORKERSORGANIZE Prof. Armstrong in a neat but short I other things I learned that 10,000 federal :-

UPtl"1 Graves, a colored bayman, SMALL FIRE OCCURREDON Mr. Dave Monroe Cooley were marrIed wife then ended his own life. Domestic and appropriate address. The young soldiers were to be landed at '.
'*'n injured in the bay last week, COYLE STREET WHARFA at the Methodist church here on troubles caused the tragedy. ladies who were gowned in ,rhite were Barrancas to make an overland attack -
'i' ,' '"! hi:, injuries Sunday, and was ,- Wednesday evening last at 7:3C( the recipients: of much applause and on Mobile! and that a paymaster was
'" WEST VIRGINIA TO flowers from their friends and shortly expected with funds for all
terday by one of the asso- small fire occurred this morninj! o'clock. The bride was beautifully many
,'! :,- 'if which he was a member. about 1:30 o'clock on the new Dim'. gowned in white radium silk with veil COREY ANSWERS AND PAY admirers. troops in New Orleans and on the Mississippi -
(- WAGE SCALE Prof. Armstrong then, behalfof river and the men on the
'l was one of a gang of men wody-Aiken Co. wharf at the foot o and orange ''blossoms and was attended FIX upon .
] a, ""- !amber into one of the holds Coyle street, but had it not been discovered by Mr. H. C. Hoist and Miss Eva WIFE'S PETITION BENEFITS.By Halcott Anderson of New York, a gunboat fleet.
'It -'I' \mer during the first portion ahnosf immediately, the whar t Pickett, Mr. John dower and Miss friend of the institution, presented to "A plan was devised by General
'II damaged Miss Gertrude Friedman, a handsome Maury: to capture the paymaster. A
week, when in some manner would no doubt have been badly Daisy Stewart, Mr. Paul Allen and
''I' 'I'' Miss S. Hollin- I gold medal. This was for attainingthe plan was also devised by Col. Page :.
truck by a stick of timber.' if not destroyed." Mary Cooley, Mrs. P.
,. 1\',,, taken to his home in the east'ion The flames started near the end o: rake was matron of honor and Mr. A By Associated Press Associated Press highest average in Latin In the Baker now editor-in-chief of he
er, -,-." of the city, and it was the wharf, where ship caulkers hac I Mahoney best man. The ceremony Reno, Nev., June 25. William Ellis' Charleston, W. Va., June 25.Amovement upper middle class. Time5. mocrat, which! was to malts
I*' 'I''-'I' he would possibly recover, been boiling pitch during the day anc I .was performed by Rev. ). R. Crandall Corey, president: of the United Steel has been started to organ-,; Honor Students. an attack from the open sea in the
but, injuries proved fatal. the wind had fanned the dying embers:I After the ceremony a reception was, Corporation, this afternoon filed an ize the "Independent Mine Workers of The names of the honor students dead of night, taking his men therein ;'
1 ri" were a number of accidents into blaze. This! has discovered b]r held at the residence of the bride'sfather answer to the petition of Mrs. Corey West Virginia" The purpose is to, were then read by Prof. Armstrong, 'boats from the perdido river. Cot .l
am'JItt; Daymen during last week and ; a Brown, who came in on DU'of where delicious refreshmentswere for a divorce. He denies that she is fix a wage scale and to pay benefits! and as each name was called there Baker had nearly two hundred picked
.St'f,' them were of a serious na- the tugs from Ferry Pass at thai served. The bride and 'groom legally resident: of Nevada and that In Ohio, Marshall, Brook and Han was applause. These students main- men for this service, which he will
association secured -
ur' OUt the work wit I left for Savannah, where they will he abandoned her and asks that the cock counties. The
of the )
case Graves
was time by some quick
and Continued
Thrw '
( on Past ) .
Oply one which proved fatal I buckets it was extinguished. make their future home suit be dismissed. a charter today. .( on Page Three), ;



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I To make room for interior improvements in our store, and the arrival of early Fall Stocks, all Summer articles I Im

m and materials will be sold at greatly reduced prices It is our established policy to dispose of each season's merchandise s g

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M We want to give every customer the direct benefit of our sacrifice. The

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25 pieces! Check Nainsook! 10. 121-2 and 15c, this sale _________________________________ 9c 40-inch Mercerized Mull, 20 and 25c value, this sale. choice_____________i____:=_.a_____'__ 15o

30 pieces! Curtain Swiss, 12 1.2 and 15c, this sale___------------------------------------- Be 25 pieces White Mercerized Madras, 25, 30 and 35c, this sale, choice__________ __________ 17e ((3
25 pieces 40-inch White Lawn 15c this sale___________________________________________ lOc 'e n
25 pieces 40-inch White Lawn, sheer, 12 l-2c, this sale _________________________________ 90 n

Check Dimity, while it lasts______________________________.-__-_______________-_------ 9c Madras for Shirts and r*
10 pieces 36inch.White Corded and Figured Boys Children'sDresses (

specialOur 12 Sm2 Uft
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Entire Line of Lingerie Shirt Waists Some at Half Price Some Even Less Our entire line of k and 2 ;ic lfBtit; : this sale __________:-:: ::::::::::1,7 ; P

They Must Be Sold At Once. 4-4 Indian Head Domestic, this sale_-____ -------..-- _______,_______..__________x.121-2c j i1
White Duck and Indian Head Skirts, this sale half price. 5-4 Indian Head Domestic, this sale------------------1
Cream Mohair and Serge Skirts, this sale half price. English Long Cloth and English Nainsook Special Prices.

Positively no Skirts or Shirt Waists will be charged or sent out on approval during this\ sale. 50 pieces Forrest Mills 4-4 Bleach Cotton, this sale____________________________________ 7o $

FINE I RUG S Our superior line of White Quilts will be sold at special prices during this sale.
We have about twelve pair of Fine Elankets we will offer at mid'Summer prices during this sale :

< 36x72 Moquet Rugs, $5.00, this sale______ ___________________________________________$3.98 which means a great saving for you. i

27x50 Moquet Rugs, $150, this sale_________________________,________________________ 2.39 Remnants will be gathered each day and put on separate counters. t 6ID

, 18x36 Moquet Mats, $1.25, this sale___-________ ___________?-__-_________________-____ sac Remember the date-JUNE 25 to JULY 5.
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:' 200 pairs of Men's and Women's Outing Shoes! in white and grey'canvas in bth leather : '! n 100 pairs Men's fine all/wool Crash, Worsted and Flannel Trousers for S2.79{ worth c

'. r and rubber soles, worth from $1.50 to $2.50 per pair, this sale $1.00. i. L ; $4.00 and $5.CO per pair. J
50 pair Children's White Canvas Oxfords, sizes 5 to 11, at 39c; 75c value. > \. Men's Wash Suits, guaranteed fast colors, in fine blue stripe Cheviots at $39 Separ. NH

: N 100 pairs Ladies' Fine: Dress Slippers in one, two and three straps, regular price $2.00. ate Trousers of same at 98c.
$2.50 and 300. This sale$1.45. .; 35 Children's Wash Suits, worth from $1.25 to $2.50, at 95c.

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ing on any water. Later in the night 1 this season. He is now picking his
SMALL FIRES Officer Blackshear, who was patrol- players and they promise to give a INTERNATIONAL ELECTIONBY GET YOUR I
ling that beat found the place again good account of themselves.The !
SUNDAY NIGHT in flames, but a fear buckets of water Florala team is a strong one, 4
put out the fire. it is said and Manager Bob. French I II
About 1 o'clock Monday morning expects to take at least two out of MUTUAL POLICYHOLDERS
the second call summoned the department the three from' Pensacola.The ELECTRIC FANS
DEPARTMENT HAD TWO CALLS, to Barcelona street wharf games will be played Wednes-
where a small house used by timber day, Thursday and Friday at Palmetto
ONE TO PENSACOLA IRON ganizations of policyholders represent.
i merchants to store tools and chains Beach.
( was found on fire and was about Big Insurance Companies Have to ing nearly every district in the United
destroyed, This fire was either of PENSACOLA TEAM RETURNS States and Canada as well as the larger -
Reckon With Formidable countries of Europe have united in
j ; WHARF. incendary origin or some one tosseda HOME FROM BREWTONThe NOWWe
naming the International Committee
I ; lighted cigarette or cigar into the ;
place. Pensacola baseball club, which a committee which will act with the S
The fire department had two runs went to Brewton last week and play-' Organization.PERSONNEL policyholders in selecting men of recognized have a large for sale rent
;, Sunday night. 'The first alarm was STRONG TEAM IS BEING ed the strong team there three games,) ability and of unquestioned supply or
shortly after 9 o clock, when some cne returned home Sunday morning. The integrity to serve as directors.The .
l discovered smoke coming from the PICKED FOR THREE GAMES boys report having had a very nice OF THE INTERNATIONAL following gentlemen have con They the finest the world'
Pensaccla Iroa Works on South Paia- Manager Geo. P. Wentworth, of theY visit, although their playing was not sented to act with the policyholdersin are things
fox street The blaze which was a M. C. A. baseball team, will have good enough to win from Brewton. POLICYHOLDERS COM the selection of suitable can Fdates:
small die was caused by the explosion one of the strongest teams in the The three games played resulted MITTEE-CONTROL OF NEARLY for directors: to
keep off the We
: of some acids, and was extinguished three games against Florala which has i in two victories for Brewton and ona Governor N. B. Broward.: of Florida. stegomyia. can
i without the department tun represented this city In any games!I for Pensacola.i : NINE HUNDRED MILLION DOLLARS Governor N. C. Blanchard, of Louisi

s . clean and repair old one.
'- cC.t r : IN ASSETS IS ana.Dr. your
Russell H. Conwell, of the Baptist

A True Tonic New York, June 25.-"For the first President church. E. E. Clark of Order of .
f t time In their lives: the policyholder Railway Conductors of Iowa. E. W. PEAKE
of the New York Life and the Mutual Cardinal Gibbons, of the Roman .
Life Insurance Companies will be ableto Catholic Church.
r cast votes which have not been Judge George Gray, of Delaware.
Rich, tissue forming, blood making chloroformed in advance. The Wall Governor J. Frank Hanly, of Indi- EXPERT ELECTRICIAN
properties will be found in street financiers must now look to the
t" :: ballot box for a continuance of their ana.Hon.. John C, Hemphill, of South
control and manipulation of nearly Carolina. Pensacola, Florida.
%4 SUSERBUS P 1900,000,000 of insurance assets." Harlow N. Hi'ginbotham, of Illinois.
p This is brief made by Governor J. A. Johnson, of Minneso Phone '
the statement 3.45 or 955. New Star Laundry "uild: :e
the officers of the International Policyholders ta. I
... .
when out for publication ,
they gave : Hon. Z..A. Lash K. C. of Canada. -- t!
: o the names of the gentlemenwho Hon. Nicholas Longworth. of Oho.: -
3 : j:1: have consented to serve on whatIs Hon. Frederick B. Neideringhaus,ofnssourl. \ !
probably the most distinguished i VISIBLE TYPEWRITERS
committee ever organized.The of Utah. :
Samuel Newhouse
recently enacted New York Fremont Older of California. s| $97.50 to $102.50L.C.SMITII&BRO. I
laws fix definitely the conditions governing Hon. Richard Olney, of Massachu-
A liquid-food containing, in predigested NGNIN'I the elections of directors in the setts. I
I I form, the strength-giving, nerve-building ;, ,R above companies Each policyholderwill Governor S. W. Pennypacker of .
S have one vote, regardless of the Pennsylvania. i
elements of Carle -Malt and Hops. More ti ; HOP amount of his policy or the number of Judge Alton B. Parker of New York.\ Best Machine in the World for the price
potent than drugs and is harmless to the SS policies held by him. The voting will Governor Henry Roberts, of Connecticut. I Ask Those That Use Them.
be by ballot directly by mail All .
. most delicate person .. proxies 'given before October 18th are Col. A. M. Shook, of Tennessee.Hon. Write For Catalogue and Terms.
\ void, but no proxy is necessary. The Charles Emory Smith, of Penn-1
Malt-Nutth e, unlike drugs, can be taken polls open October 18th and will remain sylvania. i L. S. Brown, Pensacola, flat
Without. fear of contracting a habit. open sixty days. Ballots will be S Hon. Benj. F. Tracy, of New York.I!
. r mailed to each policyholder and may Thomas B. Wanamaker, of Penn!|
;... Sold by all Druggists and Grocers. be marked and returned by mail. sylvania. J --' --j
': Under the new laws the present insurance Herr. Henrich Wiegand, of Ger. ,
l Prepared byj.t managements will nominate their many nominated by German committee Order Your
candidates for directors on July 18th. and representative of English and
Anheuser-Busch Ass'nSUlouU.
Brewing !Ik is generally understood in insurance French committees who are in course ICE, COAL and WOOD
', U.S.A. circles that theirs will be a"standpat" of selection and will be announced I, them theConsumers'
:jt t \ their policy; that the same men or. later. I ice and Fuel Company.
doubles will be renominated.The Samuel Untermyer.. genera Coun- ,
.A.. _' policyholders have until September Office-Corner Cht" and Tamjent. Phone 259_ ._,
' .. IStn to name their tickets. Or (Continued on Page Eight), _C::" __. .., ,_..u__ '._-:- _,-_'- -'':.'-':';: .c'O. o"o:"$"" ."' ""A.. ;'O..::::<:,'"-- -

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I : : I SUIT f FOR $$5,000A Pennywise Paint on HANDED N [ -AT T r FORT T TN :

pit DfRIJS

., A GA IN ST T I 00" :

I BARRANCASDURING N A en I to .v. ; OO' lpe

Ti1cJP.' pajhtul tQ1$. 1tl te btn

; d s Kaqfe, leur.otJ ,.tel'VOtlmt ,

_ ; ff VESSEL[ [l lHenry The cost of : WA AR dzziiess, griping, cranes; and ssmlar toites ate

the paint, be Ifi I it good or bad, H dreadful. ake'llitfworth HVSig, take
is the minor / | ? portion ofa bill
for painting. Ij ** It is the paint .

er's time in \r putting it on (Continued from First Page)
Miller Who Was Hurt on that costs. The outlay for paint is rarely iof@ : : < = ]
morethan a fourth;never more than.a third.A to: command, and which he believes
"Money TaIks,9But Louislanian Saturday Sues little personal attention to the paint yet would have been successful but I r
yourpainter uses will save you the neces- General Maury would not give his consent I

\ sity of hiring him so often.- but followed his own plans. : .
f for rthisSum.
Red Seal Pure White To Blow up Magazine. I Woman's Relief
"Delivers Lead (made by the 'But, I am getting away from my! -
Cash the Ooods1"We
subject. My in Generallaury's: I :
Henry Miller, colored, who was in Old Dutch Process)
Tt relieves and
jured Saturday afternoon while r.t mixed with Pure plan, as I had access to all the forts,. quickly purifies enriches ,

work on the British steamer Louisianan Linseed Oil and being looked upon as a Confederate the blood, ;strengthens; the constitution and

are closing out o entire stock of ,Cloth- loading timber yesterday brought properly applied: der deserter, was to set fire to the pow- permanently cures all diseased conditions from which
Furnishings and Hats at reduced a libel suit against th9 vessel in the lasts many( magazine at Fort Barrancas
greatly um of 5000. Scott M. Loft!; who years. Mixtures under cover of the resulting confusionthe weak women suffer.

:-* We want to turn our stock into cash and represents the plaintiff filed the suit of unknown ingredients '. Confederates were to make the I. Itis matchless, marvelous, reliable.
last from one attack. The firing of a pistol was to ,
for Fall stock. but the paper has not yet been 'served .'
!! .& room our as negotiations are pending fora year to three according to the propor. apprise me that General Maury was I. ; At all drug ists' in $1.00 bottles.

settlement of the claim. tions of real paint (White Lead) they r&ady to perform his part of the pro
20 per cent off on Clothing and Hats. have in them. Some mixtures have almost gram.
(Miller alleges in his claim that it s WRITS US A LETTERfreely "I SSFFS2ED GREATLY,"
White Lead and
no consequently almostno
"Well on the fateful night I and my
15 per cent off on Underwear. I was through the negligence o! the injured value as cint. friend the Vermont sergeant spent part I and frankly fa strictest confi writes Mrs. L, E.,CSevengsr,of Bell -'
master and that he was
owners Skilled labor and poor material are a of the night over a bottle cf wine. I had dencetet&igusaflyot'sywpIomsai! :& \ie1t. N. C., af toy nujnthlyyenods,
as they failed to provide: proper setid free ad\-ice iaplate all Me! but tfcp first! bottle of ,
most expensive combination. In using troubles. We viif ( my Cqr-
Shirts! all to at 80c this sale.e''I.'CL prepared a ball of twine, steeped in
Emery : go during and machinery 'with which to
gear and
Pure White Lead you get full value for the which se4etwek| >p 3. Address: Laduf gave me wonderful! fetid! now
load the vessel and that the wire! painter's time. turpentine I intended to use das' AtMsory Det./The Caattaoooga; I am.in better health than I have been
rope broke injuring the plaintiff. He; Send for a booklet containing! several handsome in blowing up the magazine. Along .Mif!ipne Ce., Chattanooga.Tenn. for a long time."
.alleges that it was through the: fault reproduction.for ot a actual color scbemt houne, ID offering TaluablaRQggeguoDi about 11 o'clock fve bade one another "
that he is probably disabled for life, bouse. A test for paint parity ia aJso palotloillour given. good night, as I lid turned the handsof

tOTITII and asks ,a'arnjges in the sum of NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY the sergeant's watch up about in
STAIIDARD $5,000. Clark Avenue and 10th !Street St. Loul.,Mo. hour and a half and he thought it was I .
nearin-g 1. I left the sergant's tent

Recorder's Court. and a few moments afterwards I
BUILO1llGOSCAR Recorder Laney had thirty-five defendants heard a pistol shot I hastily DRINK InBot.tles

before him in the municipalcourt : got my ball of twine and going to within

-1\- :-.o. ...4I:>3r'.I"e ,. .....-:=:< : yesterday morning for trial. Of a short distance of the magazine
this number sentence was susperled lighted it and hurled it at the maga-
-- in six cases three cases were continued zine. Just as I threw it I saw a senti-
I to' nel not fifteen feet He also
and fines imposed amounting away.
E. MAURA, $216.00. The recorder passed sentence saw me and jumping to the burning
STOCK AND BOND BROKER. upon a number of per- 1- I ball he threw it towards me, and then
I Jows. Bonds and Securities Bough and Sold. : OLIVE I II
fons who had not shown an inclination CHURCH ORGANS. fired at me as I fled. That bullet
2 Government St. P. O.
;; passed so close to head that it A DELICIOUS BEVERAGE
I i towards setklng work giving We wish to call attention to the my
I, 1 them from thirty to forty days in jail. fact that we will! supply any church raised a blister on my right ear. I afterwards -'
Special to The Journal. I I but sentence. was suspended on condi- ; found that the pistol shot was _
I with a first class organ at the lowest
White Barber ;
Olive 25 :
June We havin'gsome,
Shop are tion that find employment a false alarm and that
they possible price and on terms that will Generall\Iauryi
I very warm weather now, although the had Look for the Trade Mark on Cap and Label
I too"dan-I
given the attack
: leave the city. Will Campbell was make paying for it very easy indeed. up as .
Tit fthue barbers gardens are looking: fine. [ convicted for carrying concealed but I had not ibeen notified. .
formerly of 35 I trkd an!}' We can furnish both the Vocation and gerous
S PI; afox St., are now located at No.E Mr. J. H. Davis attended preaching weapons, and fined $100 and' Farrand Organs than which no better Secreted at Warrington. I
,iovernment St., next Western at Myrtle Grove Sunday last. costs. church made "Well I ran from the fort to War Bottled only by
'I organs are
I mon Mrs. Linsley and daughter, of Pen. I rington where I went to the house of I
sacola the of Mrs. E. G. sFlled.;; Vocallon. Write for. prce: and
I are guests New terms. a friend, whose name I have forgot Hygeia Bottling Works tIr
c- -- : Creighton for a few days. The following new suit was filed' CLUTTER MU3UC! HOUSE, ten.He was a true southerner, but ,
COTTRELL, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Merritt and yesterday in the office of theclerk! Pensacola employed at the navy yard. The sentinel -II
; Florida.
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. baby were visitors in Pensacola Sat of th circuit court: : had got a fairly good view of my 124 E. Chase Street. Phone S87

urday.Mr. Marston & Quina vs. Carrie Martin face as the light flared when I lightedithe r
Pensacola Fla. and Mrs. Willis :Majors Mr. and replevin: ; S. )IPasco Jr., attorney for ball of cord and of course details ,

WATCHES AND CUT GLASS Mrs.the guests A. W.of Majors Mr. and and Mrs.children J. M. were Harper -!I plaintiffs. : of remained soldiers at were the out house looking of for friend me.I .i extinct the Vermont sergeant' interfered -
Sunday last. I [mm X [ IIT T Tl my I and ordered my body let down
1 Something Swell in Gold Jewelry. for three days but realizing that he I insisting that I was the wrong man.
Mr. of Muscogee RED
Wiley Cohron wasa
\\N. A. GahlenbecJc, 213 S. Pa'afox' SL I pleasant visitor; here Saturday and II BRENT II would position be placed if I in wag a very found compromising there I-I. Restoratives friction were I applied resuscitated., and by vigorous -
I '
Sunday. decided to make a dash for liberty and:i
TURTON & BELL (Mrs. Alice! Creighton and Mrs. D. 31. CLASSICAL l I l ll the fourth n'ght r tried to escape to Sensations He Felt.
PHOTOGRAPHERS Merritt were the guests of Mrs.. P. N. the Confederate lines but I was cap- "But tell me tae.senaations you felt
SINCE 1870. to ,iTh Journal. "
Wilson S'unday last. Special ; tured and taken back to the fort. when you were hanged, requested
Kodak Supp/u./: FinisMnj/ laAma'sarj.! : Mr. Robert Merritt was the guest Brent June 25.-(Mrs. H. Peshon Hanged to a Joist. the reporter. '

I of Mr. Eddie Creighton on Sunday.Mr. had a narrow escape from being bit- "There was where I had the experience "The first sensation," replied Mr.! HEART
I Joe Bryars has returned home ten by a snake last week. She went of being hanged. A crowd of in- Mann "was as near like that of a''
WHITE, I from Texas. out one night to see about some hens furatei soldiers surrounded me, and steam boiler ready to explode as any
I stchmaker. Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate I Mrs, Frank Jernfgan of Wager,: that were setting and had her hand realizing that they had captured a Con- thing I can call to mind. Every vein
I ens were there and fe't something without further ado. A rope was slip the heart seemed to be charged with fOeBottle

I If you knew the value of Chamberlain's soft. She squeezed it two. or three' (Continued from First Page) ped about my neck and the other end an oppressive fullness that ,must ,find
: Salve you would never wish to time and then called her husband to suspended over the projecting Joistsof an avenue of escape or explode. The
be without it. Here are some of the bring a lamp and found a large shake tamed an average grade of 90 percent a bu'lding: one and a half stories nervous system throughout its lengthwas
J JIlip I' underneath the hen with the biddies.It or above in the studies named:
diseases for which it is especIally! high over which they pulled me up tin'gling wth: a painful, pricking
IL L Strauss, of Bagd-ad, was valuable! : Sore nipples chapped did not offer to get out and they Senior Class.Mathemat'csEllen by hand until I was about a finger's sensation, the like of which Ii never Beer

city yestt'rdaon a short business hands burns frost bites, chilblains,I killed It. I H. Skinner. len'gth.above the earth. I could touch felt before or since. Then followedthe I
I ,lil. chronic sore eyes: itching piles tet "Mrs. Annie Johnson of Olive visit- Latin-Ellen' H. Skinner. Reine! the ground with my toes, however and I sense of an explosion as if a volcano h
ter, salt rheum, and eczema. Price, ed 3Irs. Johnson here a few days last, Cahn. this I was doing as often as possible had erupted. This seemed to
Mr and :Mr. G. W. Cook of HoiTy, week : Greek-Ellen: 'j.. sensation of
25 cents per box. For sale by all Dinner.French when discovered by one of the Yanks. give me relief, and the
La.. *&'*' among the visitors. who I dnigg'sts. Mr; Clarence :-Chunn, who has been, -Reinel Cahn. I r To remedy this defect the executioners pain gave way to a pleasurable feel More sold than all
| v ire j m the city yesterday. working In North Carolina' for: the, German-Ellen: Hm s Skinner, Gertrude scooped a hole in the sand wth; ing-a feeling to be desired by every-"

G.-nial Mike Murphy clerk at the FIRST YEAR A SUCCESS. past year, came home last week to see I Friedman.HistoryE1len. their hands sufficient to let my body one could. it be arrived at without, other f JOc Beers on the
his mother Mrs. Carson. H. Skinner.
Jmice station, l is back'on duty after swing free, and I choked into a state hanging. With this sensation a
| a:: ahbenct! of thirty days. Character and Scope of the Florida Miss Sallie Lou O'Neal of Pensa Upper Middle Class. of insensibility. When life was nearly broke in upon my sight, a light market.
cola spent Sunday with her sis'er, Mathematics Wfm. 0. Turtle. milky whiteness yet strange to say
The coast steamer P. J. Thistle- College for Women at Talla edma.n.i !
I .
Mrs. Bessie Clopton. I Latin-Gertrude Fr so transparent that it was easier
\ od, bound from Tampa for New hassee. Miss Eva McMann spent the week: Gertrude Friedman Martha
""', 'i English- THE YVWONG DIAGNO'SIS.Prompt pierce with the eye than the l.ght: 0 Very pleasant taste.
ans. put into port yesterday for The catalogues of the Florida Fe- most pleasantly with Mrs. Herr'ng-: Carter Volney Philips. of day. Then there came into my
\ 41.! Use Worthless Rema-
: ruale College are now being distributed ton. French-Leahn Cahn. die's.- a taste of sweetness the like of which'

n.. \enue cutter Peuroe'is out throughout the state. This prospectus Mr. E. A. Allen of Pensacola, was German-Reine Cahn. Even an experience' physician will I have never since known. Then I Will not make you
0. (" nea" booklet of 120 out visiting his parents Friday.Mr. Hlstory-4lertrude: Friedman Wm. and
.IIISS'on for a few aays undermine is a pages : sometimes make a mistake in diagnosis felt as though I was moving on,
uu! needed repairs _, I and sets forth the many excellent ad- Buford Allen and 'Ir. Robert. O. Turtle Volney Philips Martha Car- in which event his entire treatment leaving something behind which was Bilious.

'I'1" IxMiisulie and \antages which Florida has providelfor Lowell were visitors at the home of ter. is wasted and may even be inJurIous not well defined; but there was a consciousness -'
".':.1 arrived, in Pensacola Nashville pa-I her girls and young women. Prof. I. E. Allen Sunday. I. Chemistry- .: mtile> happy the: )yesterday The faculty is composed of twentyone :Miss Nora Berry spent the day Sun- ney Philips. The advocates of all other hair bye to the body. I wandered on, but
,,' here.Tiauy employees I able men and women 'and the institution dar with her parents. L. M. Class. restoratives save Herpicide have how far, as to the yardstick, I could I TheLewisBearCo.
''I company The train left :, maintains four colleges or! Mrs. J. B. Stanley, of Gaulding: Mathematcs-Grace: F. Anderson, the of Dandru3 not say: as neither time nor distance j'
t Hii rno':'n for points wrongly diagnosed cause -
OL tae.P follows Tha college of the with Mrs. Johnson Tues- 1t'Gi1I.LatlnGrnce. ,
\ 't'\: ison.Liv.nan: I schools as : sepnt day Marie and Falling: Hair. were factors.
I liberal arts, in which all of the advanced day. F. Anderson, Sue Dish- They figure on a functional disease "Then I heard the sweetest of
f !.' \\. of Louisville, of the : : branches of a high college Mr. and' Mrs. I. N. Herrinton; arc man, Marie McGill.GreekGrace whereas it is now known and generally music, the most entrancing I ever listened -
10. I I.t'\\man Bros., coatractors:: for course are taught and degrees conferred the proud possessors of a fine new j F. Anderson Marie accepted that hair lass is due to a to, and it seemed that more than':
i'trBrent building is in the city ; the school of industrial arts, buggy, which arrived last week.A I McGi.l. I parasitic germ which Newbro's Her,: a thousand harps led in each part accompanied -!
1 "'II..t'non! with the work here. I* where gardening ana! household eco- crowd of young people rentC'd English-Grace F. Anderson Cecily picide! dsstroys.There ; by myriads of \voices and:

:. :'!" :ml? (that the big building will nomics; th? school for teachers. in some conveyances from the stables,i Sheppard Sue Dishman Marie Mc- is no substitute for Herpi-- I recognized, I think, the old much-: Agents.
: n..d over to the owner in a few which our young women may be in Pensacola an'i s.pent a day at Es- GilL cide, accept none. loved tune, 'All Hall the Power of
:.a trained for the highest efficiency in cambia last week. I :History-Gracp F. Anderson: Cecily! For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte. Jesus Christ.' I -

,.\! "r Chaa. H. Bliss who attended I the public school service, 'the schoolof ?Ir. parsons returned Frday from, Sheppard Sue Dishman. druggist and apothecary, 121 South "Yes, those are some of ;the sensations !

.t' I" mi Roads Convention at Talla- I fine sarts, embracing instructionin I Boston, Mass. I Junior Class. Palafox street, or send lOc in stampsfor I felt when I was hanged and Charcoal!
'".' and also spent some days in all branches of music, such as Miss Beulah Holland: of Pensacola Mathematics Walker: Anderson sample to The Herpicide Co., Detroit as I was hearing this sweet music 1 I
j; "in ill, I voice, piano violin. is a visit to Miss Alice McKee. .
-., looking: over conditions history, theory, ., on Stetson Hogg Warren Sibley. \Iich. think they cut me down.
:11 regard to public ownership pipe organ etc., drawing and painting I Latin-Walker Anderson Blanche I IIcHugh. Coming Back to Life. We have just received a
0: ; works, has returned home.t'i clay modeling, designing and' what is the sensation of com very fine stock and will deliver -

:': A. H. D'Alembertenill! carving, and elocution oratory and I KNOWS NOW English-'Wilker Anderson Stetson We Have Something Swell In ing"Now back to life?" asked the reporter. orders promptly in any
t physical: culture. Warren Sibley Frank
-i !'Hisiness: trip for the Pen- It is quite certain that no state in Doctor Was Fooled by His Own Case History-Walker Anderson, Warren "Just as painful when being as those hanged you," replied amount.
> !I' the south has provided superior opportunities -. I Sibley, Frank Henry Stetson experience
:u-stment Company. He will: for a Time.
for the best and higlKEt' NIGHT SHIRTS Mr. Mann. "It was acute torture Telephone 363.
n': fOr the remainder of thefin Hogg.
development of her women than FlorIda -; It's easy to understand how ordinary I Second Preparatory Class. a tortore so excruciating as to
has done i ilt.thls college. This is! people get fooled by coffee when doctors tempt a man. to circle the moon and, SEWELLWoodand
.:.a'k Ca-al'er! of the fleet of as! it should be.: The best is not too I themselves sometimes forget the: nice Iathema.tics-Ryder Thompson. Lannon, Eu. PAJAMAS put out the light of the stars; rather,!
I k Co.. arrived in port yes- good for our girls. Women more i facts. I than endure it. Every nerve seemed' Coal CompanySAFES
,. English-Ryder Lannon Eunice
!h: a catch of about 2,700Toe than men exercise the greatest influence A phys'ciaa speaks of his own experience to have a pain! of its own. My nose
I h' smacks Dixie and upon society and citizenship.' : Thompson. I II BATHING SUITS and figures seemed to be the seats of

.. 'I, reached port with good During the first session of the college -'I, "I had used' coffee for years and I Anderson.History-Eunice Thompson, Wjarrea the most excruciating agony of all.! In I SAFES SAFES! SAFES!
.1 i !leach for the be'ieve it was all but I
fish same just close, there were 205 really did not exactly half an hour it was over: ,
;' young, women. from as many as thir- injuring me although I had palpitation -I Geography: Stetson Lannon.Hogg. Eunice would not go through It again for the Buy Diebold Safes

J> I; \\ .ller. machinist at the ty-seven counties' of the state, in attendancetruly -: of the heart every day. I! Thompson Ryder I 50c to $2.00. wealth of the Indies. j ]' Scarritt Moreno Agent.
r day severe and almost First Preparatory Class. JlllnS I have been :hanged. I'' ,
'.1 a good showing for "Finally one a Night "Yes sir
.r.- Works. was painfully Skinner Carlos! seeonrpopular
I History Dorothy
Jii I' first fatal attack of heart trouble am one of the few who live to tell of
>'!'niia while the the year.
> repairing .
t ,i uaptha launch. His han 1 The new catalogue will be sent on frightened me and I gave up both tea!. Diaz Eowen Gonzalez.GeographyDorothy Skinner I $1,00 article. its sensations, not only those you experience ....-...._,.,. <::. .--...-- -II!
H I to the president or secretary and coffee using Postum instead and Carlos when dangling at the end ofa
"ult; !
in l application
the fir'h'l ana .
,,. I ""nes were broken the m- of the college at Tallahassee.McKINNONVILlE I since that time I have had absolutely Daz4 Ross Thompson.The 'uded I' $1.25 to $2.50 Suit. rope, but also of knowing that you We Want the ladies'Of
exercises conc at about 10)!
one s world."I .
except this
no heart palpitation on are leaving
'ih as to keep hia from I floor swell
o'clock and the was then SomethIng
small given( "
\ v > -- i quantity of coffee which caused severe I over to theoun'g people, who enjoyed j for $1.75. Mann, "of coining to Pensacola Pensacola to know
I r. : irritation and proved to me I must let I a dance for several hours thus brlngI -: and while here I E! intend visiting'Fort specia.'y:
is that pr"-
use are
you pure. we
of the
I to a close one succes-
A. .j' grocer for Blue R'bbon: Lem. it alone. Afineline i Barrancas and Warrington'and see if pared with the new('-t
since the establishment in
mttw VliIiIla, "When we began using Postum it I' ful terms Bathing Suits I can locate the spot where the Yanks modern machinery -
Absolutely! ) purp. Goes I this cIty by Prof. Armstrong of this from$1.00to and most
.. far and gives desserts the Satcial; to The Journal.McKinnonville I seemed 'eak-that was because we I' hauled me up.Tried produced to do a'
4B !'hbon:' Flavor." I I June 25 -Mr. J. S.I' did not make it according to directionsbut I II institution. $3.50. Now is the time to use by Courtmartial.! 'I the family!! wash including -

Jennings left Tuesday. to.join his famIly now we put a little bit of butterin I "You ask what happened afterwards both personal and
RtMEMBER: ,outing Escam-" the pot when boiling and allow the II How to Break Up a Cold.It one. You'11
THE 0. R. C. PICN'C' in their summer on I ? Well 1 was courtoartialel! : household! linens.
:>[N 't'NE' 28, AND BE PREPARED,.I bla bay. Postum to boil full 15 minutes which may be a surpr'.ss: to* many to and came free. You see the sentinel! find It Jess expensive too: ,

TO ENJOY YOURSELF. jn9tf I IAtt I Mrs. A. D. McKinnon is suffering: gives it the proper rich flavor and the learn that a severe cold can be completely swore that it was 11 o'clock at night than you think. Ask UI

with a very severe cold this week. deep brown color."I broken up in one or two days' when he saw me attempt to blow up about it.
non: Knights' Columbus. I I Miss Aggie Dean Henderson of have advised a great many of.my time. The first symptoms of a cold, White & NixOUTFITTERS. the powder magazine but the ser-

A. *<' al meeting Kntghts of Co-, Walnut Hill is visIting her sister. friends and patients to leave off coffee are a dry loud cough a profuse geant swore that I was with him until

in.lui, will he: hed: on Wednesday: '!.Mrs. D. C. Henderson, this week. and drink Postum in fact I: daily watery discharge from the nose anda 1 o'clock in his tent. He s ore truthfully The Star Steam
:7 Ella! and Agnes give this advice." Name given by thin, waite coating on the toagu
- :;" ''' 1.J p. .'11 tht l icnic for the Fourth of I Misses FlemmIng one evening last Many thousands of physicians use taken: every hour on the first appearance PHONE 790. Rev. Mann will probably leave during -
Juibe < A'I! members Postum In place of tea and coffee: in of these symptoms it counter- tie
requested to week. the of week for
are early portion
.",.,pnt. Mrs. Henry Wright and. daughter, their own homes and prescribe" it to acts the effect of the cold and restoresthe Next to New Brent Building Milton and points: along the P. & A. 37 Er uirfl n St.; Flivct PhontPenucola 114.

JXO. B. JONES, Miss Susie, and niece Miss Virgi I patients. "There's a reason. system to a healthy condition 29 S. PALAFOX ST. road where he will spend jsome weeks ,
J. S I4ioNAlm A remarkable little book "The Roadto within a day or two. For sale by all .,, __ ..f'S
Irs. Wright's
N.. ,G. Boynton are visitln'g PHONE 790. before returning to his home. I j. :r"'Y"-.x. ,= .w'
Wellville"! can be found in pkgs. :
R eo-der. niece Mrs. John Boynton-, this week.:: dru'ggsts.

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Is correct in his V -- year which shall be the da q ,
that if the president Legal Advertisements : '?-
calculations the canal on the }lock : When 'our.ncrves are weak, when you annual meeting of the stor; .:.-, ;'ri -
are easily tired, when feel, all run and directors. The -J" "
i1bt.11mlafola pian will be completed within the HaKSkkdoctor you for Publication officers W.O
; Jonfnul next eight years. V : down then i is the time you need a good Notice the Interior. Land OfllCe pepartmentof at Gainesville to conduct the business of'f.. c'rP'')jr*.

Some time ago it became evident strong tonicAyer's Sarsaparilla. Your Fla., April 9, 19Q6.( Notice is tion until those elected it .i.ieleeton 10 Y'

WWtL.JJWI.RruJVtrIl.A.nAn.nJLr L!LLfL 1 WU Lr rjfl.J rot only to the country but the president will tell you why it has such power over weak nerves,why it males hereby given that the following named, to be held On th<> aa. f if' .,
as welj, that if 11\&,cenal was to the blood rich, and why gives courage and mrii.Askhim ft It Is not settler has filed notice of his intention' first annual meeting shai: ia- r .
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. be: built at all the first thing to decide W.k.Tew .ecr. i! tpui& ".C.ber Co.. fled shall be as follows: '"
Just the mediCIne youflee. 'be formulae of al1 cur Buai"lnei t Lcwell: Mm. to make final proof in support of his William B. .
Withers .
was the kind of canal it should Pni -.
claim, and that said proof will be ft
: PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY te. But it Is known now that the C. Packard. Secretary an'' T sand "
i before Clerk Circuit Court at
president had made up his mind thatit made William B. 'flitherR ;;J": V
...SY... should be a lock canal, because Pensacola, Fla., on June 30, 1906 viz: ard and John E. Stiilmaa r, ._._
that type of would cave James S. Seals of Nokomis, Ala., Hd. VI V VS
THE JOURNAL COMPANY.FRANK more than hundred millions of collars T Glorious Fourt 30488 for the lot 1 ( or E y4 of NE%) The highest amount of :. .

l to the government and the work $ Sec. 1, Tp. 5, N.. R. 34 WHe names indebtedness to which we .- -> -.t.-"
wJuw wWJJu&n.r- lLfl 1 f 7X f JW rrLw'- could be completed i In five or six the following witnesses to prove his can at any time subject :;=./ .

L. MAYES, President and Gono'l Ma".g.r.MEMBER years less time than would be required continuous residence upon and cultivation Fifty Thousand Dollars.V! '.
V to build a sea-level canal. of said land, viz: J. E. Hub- MI
w--k'1 JLLfl Jt 1J 1J I That the people of the country sustained Will be fittingly celebrated this year-by the bird of Nokomis, Ala., James Hub- The names and resides ;, ,.; .

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. the position of the 'president bird, of Nokomis, Ala., W. M. Courtney subscribers with the n. V .

---S S in favor at the lock plan was shown ; of Nokomis, Ala., W. B. Seals, of shares subscribed by eac '
S S J1.J Jfnnfl.W.J1 ?f t J- by the large vote in the House for Nokomis, Ala. W. G. Robinson, Reg are as follows: -,

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. that kind of canal.. Therefore toe Knights of C91umbusWho ister William B. Withers, Guf: .:: ..

,Oue Year..S 00 One :Month....,..,. ........ *5 prospect of a deadlock between the VV V V V 49 shares.

Six Mouths............... X 50 One W*ek................. It) I senate and: House on the question of Notice for Publication, Departmentof R. C. Packard Toledo, t I..V .V
Tare Months.,... ....... 1 25 Weekly Edition per year..Jl( the type of the canal had no terrors will give a Grand Picnic the Interior. Land Office at Gainesville shares.
for him. Under the provisions. of the Fla., April 9, 1906. Nptice is John E. Stillman, Pen-, :-
VVWWS ..tWflJW L ff original law known as the Spooneract hereby given that the following named 2 shares. VS

The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed the president had the authorityto Wednesday July 4 1906 settler has filed notice of his intentionto IN 'WITNESS WHEREOF .

act upon his own initiative in the make final proof in support of hs scribers have hereunto -. i,
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. matter of building the canal ana'' he AT ELECTRIC PARK claim and that said proof will be ; hands. .
was prepared to ahead with the
WrW.n5 go
JLS made before Clerk Circuit Court at WilTHEt> -
canal work on the lock plan. Penacola, Fla., on June 30, 1906, viz: R. C. PACKAF: '
Officei, 108 and 110 East Papers on Saloon Trains Now that the type of the canal has We want all to come. You will V JOHN E. .
I Murdock T. McMillan, of Pine Barren, STIL.; :u:
been finally determined a great
Govtrnmant. Phone 38. and at all NewsStands.PENSiAOOLA persons now alive will be able to have, the time of your life Fla., Hd. 34574 for the N* of ?rwJof % -
Section 28, Tp. 3 N., R. 31 W. He STATE OF; FLORIDA.
", -S -I1 V f. 4>;-- J> A4-J celebrate the opening of the waterway E3CAMBIA COUNTY
but they would have been denied On arrival of 3 o'clock car, a patriotic address names the following witnesses to Before
n.oRlD.TUmDAY MORNING, JUNE 26. 1906 this pleasure had it been decided prove his continuous residence upon me personally apr; -' : M.- ,
to build the canal on a sea level. will be delivered by the Hon. W. A. Blount, Jr. and cultivation of said land, viz: J. liam B. Withers, R. C Pa.,. :k : a:,'
because even tbs engineers were in S. Hobby, of Pine Barren, Fla., Join John E. Stillman, known tn :l:. Js
J-ife Preservers I that Mr. Bryan lg now heartily en: doubt as to how long a time 'woUld At 3:30: o'clock, match game of base ball between D. Berg, of Pine Barren, Fla., W. A.I individuals who subscript ; -
dorsed by the Palmer. antf Bucknermen be required to build that type of Miller, of Pine Barren, Fla., I. J. Hobby above Articles of Incorpn'u'. n. "
t ton Motor Vessels of 1S96. canal, the estimates varying from fifteen two of Pensacola's crack teams, the win- of Pine Barren, Fla. W. G. Robinson severally acknowledged ilL!' .
This is not due to any change in Register. S scribed and executed the &a'i, V
i to
Previous to the passage and approv- Mr. Bryan or the men who opposed twenty, years. ning team to receive $25.00 in silver. / uses and purposes therein: :

Ttl of 'An Act. to Amend Section 425 him ten years ago. The changed ... Notice for Publication.. Departmentof IN TESTIMONY WiJ-IERf.1f : .
Cf The Revised Statutes of the United condition of the country has removed I $0 fl.&fl''lH- At 5 o'clock the field sports begin: the Interior. Land Office at GaInesville hereunto set my hand and offin ,. ,'

,States; Regulation of Motor Boats" the wall that stood so impregnablyand 7( POWER FROM GARBAGE. Fla., April 9, 1906. Notice is this! 29th day of May, AD :

there law under which the -unscalabla between them then, ____*_ Catching the greasy pig. hereby given that the following named PATTILLO CMv: } .:',
was no ,
I and has forced them together on com settler has filed notice of his intentionto ,(Seal)
\\.e ;: Sioux City Register.
>wners of small vessels, propelled mon ground to meet a common dan $0 f Shoe mixing race. make final proof in support of hs: Notary Public State of p ,V- : '
&her than by steam power, could be ger.V HH claim, and that said proof will be, large. = ;
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compelled to provide safety appll- The money question if not a dead i ia is; Hurdle race, and many other sensational made before Clerk Circuit Court at My commission expires Dec :. : -
sleeping issue with no prospect insight &" Pensacola Fla. June 30 1906 viz ..
on : V
[fences for use of passengers In case of ;At a meeting of the City Council recently -- -
of an awakening. This being sports. ;* ?: William B. Seals, of Nokomis, Ala, Notice is hereby given ., 'l ...
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accident Many of the little vassela true both sdo So can afford to ignore; a resolution was carried re- Hd. S0652 for the SW& of Section 6, four (34) First Mortgage bo'' .
flying Pensacola Bay have been at it. The tariff question never sleeps. qrestlng City Chemist .W. Lea Lewis All l Jrjrj.ej? will receive valuable prizes.At Tp. 5 N., R. 33 W. He names the following SOUTHERN STATES ;IX\r.{- :? s

(/tImes outrageously overloaded and, The tariff itself aevec sleeps. Everyday tc make an investigation into the pos- 8Wd8ck: grand prize dance begins 50 witnesses to prove his continuous -! COMPANY! Nos. 26, 29.) 43. 5 ix -J : -

had an accident occurred under such every hour every moment it is' sibilty of making denatured aloohol residence upon and cultivation of 138, 145, 146, 148, 1S4 W. 241 ...

ondltlonc the loss of life by drown- the levying few.tribute When on this tne question many to is enrich right: from the garbage collected in Sioux coupies;t king part, winning couple to, receive: 'said land viz: J. B. Hubblrd of No- 262. 3M. 338, 345. 316, 383 385 421; -",:,

been City the alcohol to be used as fuel komls Ala., James Hubbird, of Nokomis 455, 516, 527. 564.s1, i W) ':UT ''',
would unquestionably have ly settled the trust will
ng question Dis $10.00 ingold.Grand S Ala. W. M. of Nokomis 664, 674, have been ,
appear. "\_ith few exceptions the. to operate the light engines in the Courtney drawn :hk: :n-
treat .
Ala., James S. Seals, of Nokomis: redemption from the anan: 0 :.
trusts were created by the protectivetariff i city buildings.
; It te now Obligatory'upon owners Ala. W. G. Robinson, Register. credit of the Sinking Fun. (and V!']
and would die with itThe Fireworks Display at 10 o'clock.
t>f small vessels propelled by motor Alderman Maxiener subsequently Notice for Publication. Department be paid for at the rate of ji ''Os:; '.-

and carrying far hire to little declared that with Chemist W. Lee bond, with accrued ';Interes> a' '?(. ,,<.
passengers .. lively village of Freeport of the Interior. Land Office at Gaines.,
Lewis he took two buckets Reduced rates on all railroads. Electric cars r : fice of the Knickerbocker T 'i-' r -
of w :-
ville, Fla. 9. 1906. Notice is
; provIde a Ufa preserver for each passenger now has a weekly newspaper, The April 66
pany Broadway '
carrie, and each vessel car Observer, published by A. P. Bjork-: from his bakery kitchen and they run every half hour. hereby given that the following named of July, 1906, after, on which the iati!n :-:
wade a quantity of alcohol settler has filed notice of Ms intention
lying passengers must be in cocvituand lund. The publication last week con equalto bonds will cease to bear in'er.'
to make final proof in support of his:
\ of a man dull licensed for sisted of ten pages, two columns any ever made from any kind ofwood. -5- claim, and that said proof will be KuMCKERBOCKER: TRI'ST ro
'$uch service. each and made an exceeding good; As soon as inventions! are !need have no terrors for made before Clerk Circuit Court at By C. T. Barney I'v-. ;>:'
youif June
That portion of the law applying to showing for Freeport and vicinity.It's completed to make it possible to use WASH DAY send Pensacola, Fla., on June 30, 1906, viz: 22nd 19C6.
aunches is ag follows: alcohol to run the light plant in the you your washing Thomas H. Nelson, of Pensacola, Fla.'I Notice for Publication Di ,.

All vessels of fifteen gross tons or the Sage of Princeton no longer city building and library building, the The New Method Laundry, Hd. 30713 for the NE% (or lot 1) and L I; of the Interior Land Office a-; "'.', .....
Grover is the Sphinx henceforth. city of Sioux PHONE use E. W. LAWRENCE Prop. No.8 WEST ROM ANAS T, SiEJof NWU (or SVj of Lot 2) Sec. yule
d mess propelled in whole or in part by City proposes to dispose 1 Fla, June 18, 190o V.'.' V
! ,gas; gasoline, petroleum, naptha fluid, of the garbage of the entire city 32. Tp. 2 S., R. 31 W. He names! the I hereby given that the foib: *" t.; V

"1 jcr electricity, and carrying passengers Senator Platt probably wishes that by converting it into fuel fluid. 5-- following witnesses to prove his continuous i iL ed settler has filed notice of h .

V-I., :preserver for hire, of, the shall sort carry prescribed one itt by e- Mae Woodn't. The potato peelings and biscuits, .. .. .. ...... ...."... ............................ ........A :" .....A..... .................A.................'t".yJUST q I of said land residence, viz: upon George and, P.cultivation Cross, of L I II his tion claim to make, and final that proof said in proof supn[,!'Aj ': .-

chicken bones apple vegetablesand Pensacola, Fla.! B. C. Duval, of Pen
the regulations of the board of made before
j Clerk
supervising *f"H"fl-HH ."* RECEIVED ONE SOLID ; Circu t C.f":
GLASS, sacola Fla. Willie Simon of
: inspectors, for every passenger J cherry seeds will all be boiled up Pensacola, Fla.. on Aug. 2, 1f1V
. carried and no such boat while so I' together and converted into power ONE SOLID CARLOAD OF CARY'S MAGNESIA ROOFING, 2000 la, Fla., A. J. Nelson, of Pensacola J; Harley H. Bachar, of Nokom \

'carrying passengers shall be operated'i[ VOX POPULI for thousands of electric lights.Mr. WHITE CEDAR POSTS. EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEBUILDING. Fla. W. G. Robinson Register. I I Hd. 29139. for the NTJV.- of &* \\n .

or navigated except in charge of a Lewis, who is professor of 'APPLICATION FOR' LETTERS PAT.I Tp. 5 N., R. 33 W. 'He ame.sp'!

t person duly licensed for such service HHIH; chemistry in Morningswte_ College H Phone ENT. lowing witnesses to prove hl-!
by the local board of inspectors.No laboratory, said regarding the plan: J ; 11. H- G. DeSILVA & CO. NOTICE( is hereby given that the tinuous residence upon and C\\.,

V : examination shall be required at STRENGTHENS MOSQUiTO "I am sure it is practical. Garbage "" # "'V-MVAVN' .. V undersigned will on the 5th day of tion of said land, V.z: : James H
, a condition of the obtaining of such a TRANSIYWSSION THEORY when properly treated, makes (the best July, 1906, apply to the Governor of bird, of Nokomis, Ala., J. E. Hu
V license and' any such license shall be: t kind of wood alcohol. I believe the : the State of Florida, for Letters Patent of Nokomis, Ala., James Scale, V.:; S
revoked or suspended by the local garbage of Sioux City would run the the Articles of komis, Ala., F. M. Hubbird. p,"
I board of inspectors for misconduct, Editor The Peasacola Journal: municipal plants and the plant nee. ................................................... on below set out, the Incorporationherein original of coa: Fla. W. G. Robinson, of R": V' -

gross negligence, recklessness In navel : ''In 'Friday's" edition of The Journal L, essary to make the alcohol. It is cer which articles are on file in the officeof 26juneoaw4w.

igatlon intemperance, or violation of It ,I I note a letter from an "Enquirer" tainly an. economical proposition, f the Secretary of State of the Stateof -
V 'l"w.on the part of the holder and ifj I asking how yellow fever epidemicsare rivaling the idea of Victor Hugo that THINGS Florida. Notice for Publication. IXp.rtrJ; < V

revolted, the person holding such 11ens& to be accounted for in lattitudesas France losss $50,000,000 every year. I SUMMERY. WM. B. WITHERS! of the Interior, Land Offi.-v ,.' 'I"

:' shall be incapable of obtaining ,i high a9 Philadelphia New York, by allowing the sewage to drain into R. C. PACKARD. vIle: Ha., June 18, 190i,. N,,:"V .
another license and even the New England coast in the ocean wh/a it should be in
such for one year put i JOHN E. STl IJIA'N. hereby given that the fo'm.njed j ; V
\ from the date of revocation. accordance with the mosquito theory the vineyards."I : V
: Every household needs some of these things. Articles of Incorporation. settler has filed noticp ml 1 h 1'
V A penalty of $500 is provided for of transmission. shall prepare the plans for the We, the undersigned, do: hereby associate -! tion to make final proof ill V :
In reply I would like to state that Sioux City plant, and we will be, in; : Remember, you can Buy Now, Pay Later his V.
claim "
ourselves and
Violation of the law: for not carrying i together for the purpose -, that said j I' Of
Philadelphia and New York are seaport an probability the first city in the V
of becoming incorporated under made before F. W. Mar=* -
,Jife reservers a 9 required by ti.3Bet. towns. And the tact of United States to have !
yellow such a plant"A i REFRIGERATORS V the laws of the State of Florida, to missioner, at his office! ,, /'. -
.. fever occuring at that !
latitude only; ,
transact for profit the business here.! Florida, on Augu' .' \'!:
The law is a good one, and should aong! the coast and not in the interior Champion Jumper. inafter set forth; and we do adopt the; Rachel C. Irwin, of MaE.' ;cr Fla,

tare been enacted long ago, but the of ,the strengthens transmission the mosqui'theory of the iseast: Ray Ewry of New York defeated the i PORCH ROCKERS AND CHAIRS, following as the Charter of the proposed Hd., 30S52, for the ,"' 4 t CCtOfl -,

framers of it shoula' have gone a step For it 1 is a well known fact that( vessels ;: leading jumpers of Europe and Australia PORCH i. corporation: Tp. S., R. 24 W. Ho nanits fip f 1
farther during the recent SAADDS, i.i lowing witnesses :'o pro\p hi-, cont1; : .
and provided for at least one are a. very common means for Olympic game i I
I at Athens. The name of the corporation shall ous residence upon anti f1I ti\'aion :
inspection of the of the
vessels under 15 tons I transportation stegomyiamosquito ::
I Ewry won first in the WINDOW SHADES, any size, be The Pensacola Realty Company,! said land, viz: Asa \Var1 of M1 V
gross, carrying passengers for hire,,, standing and its principal place of business i, Esther, Fla., John Rilpv[ Wnzh': '
So vessel coming from South] broad Jump; and in the
end given the inspector standing high shall be at Pensacola, Escambia Esther
power to I BAYCARRIAGSandGO-CARTS County -; Mary Fla., Clemment Bn V
America, Central America, the West jump. He Is ,
a member of the
name the number of passengers that: Indes etc. New Florida; but the Board of Directors of SJary Esther, Fla T r RroA? :
during summer York
Athletic club and also holds the may establish other Mary Esther Fla. W. r Rn> ',= 1>
uch places of ,
carry. As It Is I months, is liable to be the means of American
championship! titles in these business for said corporation within Register. 2fijunoaw
tow there Is no legal way of preventJng importing hosts of mosquitoes, already events. and without the State of .Florida.!
the boats infected with yellow fever and
from being loaded to
of the n.
l.A summary American victo-
capable inoculating the unfortun.-I
the danger point. ate victims whom they bite. If shows how absolutely the games MARSTON & The general nature of the business The Journal Printed
Yours truly, were at their mercy. Twelve firsts QUINA to be transacted shall be that of real

King Haakon. of Norway, has at F. W. Osborne. were taken by the, Yankees,. tour seconds estate dealers and agents and dealers During May, 1906,

least one of tha elements of great Sergeant Hospital Corps and six thirds,. while three men 108/110 s: Palafox St Phone 148 Pensacola, Fla. and in securities stocks, bonds of debentures, scrip, a Total o/

ness. He brushes his Fort Barrancas, June 23. .. scored points by tying. Martin J. Sheridan any government,
V. mustache a la the burly weight thrower ....................................................;: state, or public or private corporation
"Kaiser and
Wilhelm.V .
.. any corporate body
'if .:f ; M ; money 157,350COPIES
-4 i brokers and commiss'on! : ::merchants

;Florida Gets Into 1.-! NOW LET THE DIRT V "I' taming and the to doing a general of all commission business apper brok.
FLY AT PANAMA.: Don't Want No Little Cozy Corner"Without
i.t erage ; the buying and sell.
The Bryan Band Wagon. I '" New Orleans States. *I# ing of property, both real and person:I or an Average of
Florida has joined In the an al either on commission or:otherwise;

'III. .: states whIch. have endorsed procession William -r t.. M_ lt'ift"I'_ ; __<_t'_f-.._..___jI _\ ,f.h. ,N"( .' Jir: ,,:" .... ELECTRIC FAN and ELECTRIC LIGHTS also disposing the acquiring of real ,and using personal, l Jsasin'g prop and II 5,828

Jennings Bryan for the !-I for itself
presidency erty or others
The vote of the senate for on
In 1908. and the action of its canal at Panama when It was a knownto lock PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY sion; the borrowing, aiM commls'j I DAILYV

Etate Executive Committee in this regard -;I! favor a sea-tevel plan must be put money; the doing of any business appertaining The following figures show T:.' ; .

: will meet with the unqualifis* d I down as another victory for the "big 502 S. Baylean St. Phone 570. to a general loan and prop- sacola Journal's circulation! 'V V .::
V stick. Two weeks before a vote r erty agent, anI! of a general;real estate day during the month of -Ma: -
of was
approval a large of
majority the
EtuIf41 11II11' and investment '1
& and with the number or
company; ac average
taken on the question it was quite
voters. The Jacksonville Times.!}f quiring, using and disposing of : daily:
well known that a majority in the property .'
V Union believes the action of the cominittee .i'|I senate stood for a sea-level canal, and -- of all kinds necessary .or Incidental May 1, 5,800 May 17 '.'
in V r' V --11I- I I to said businesses. 2, 5,800 18, :
was accoraunco with. ths when President Roosevelt became r1t.'T May May .
opinion of the Democrats of Florida,''ccnvincetf I of this fact he caused his 'H May 3, 5,900 May 19 '-."
S friends to that it The amount of the capital stock, May 4, 5,700 May 20.r "
.td has the following to announce an appro--
say relativeto I I priation bll. came to the White House Get Our Prices on lumber shall be ten thousand dollars, to be!I May 5, 5,900 May 21. ..'
the matter: I(t providing! for the construction of the divided into one hundred shares of1, May 6, 6,250 May 22 .

We think the state executive comttlttee -'', Panama ,waterway on a sea-level he one hundre4 dollars each, and to be I May 7, ... May 23, :: ..
correctly represented the almost I would veto the measure and thus If jou do, you can figure on a saving of several dollars paid in lawful money of the United I! May 8, 5,800 May 24 : ':
unanimous opinion of the States, or in of valuation May 9, 5,600 May 25. V :
Dem necessitate the calling of an extra provided you arc going to build. Remember we furnish property a just :
ocrats of Florida when it endorsed session. This glimpse of the "bis everything that enters in the makeup of a house. Lumber to be fixed by the incorporators.:': May 10, 5,600 May 26. : :.

Mr. Bryan as the next presidential stick" it seems was sufficient to cause Brick, Lime. Hair, Hardware, Shingles, Paint. Let IV. May 11, 5,600 May 27, -
candidate and tariff reform as the the senate to retreat from its position us give you prices! on jour needs. The term for which the corporation May 12, 5,700 May 28 "
leading issue. Of course any decisionas and the lock plan went through. Is to exist'! shall be ninety-nine ((9) May 13, 6,300 May 29, .: ,:-

to the next presidential campaign]I The result of course, was very "=- \. ears from the issuance of letters patent May 14, May 30, >
if made now Is liable to revision, but peasing to the president and he has qI? Saunders Mill Company May 15, 5,800 May 3', : JI

V we do not think that anything can instructed the Panama Commission BAY EWET, OLYMPIC S V. I May 16, 5,800
V bappen during the next two years ers and engineers that there must not CHAHPIOS.Jumper Phone 717. 21 East Garden Sire et. The business of the corporationshall Total for the month. 757,3055

that -woula1 reverse the opinion the be any delay in "making the dirt of the Irish-American Athletic I be conducted by the following! -----
committee expressed. I I I dub, made the greatest individual officers yiz; A president
fly. rt this U not done now there num. a Secre . 5,818
Average .
Certainly the Bryan wing of the will be to excuse for the failure to do ber of counts, scoring 12 1.3 points. S tary, a Treasurer, and a: Board of per day.

V party will control in 1908 as it old la it, because the slow progress: ,of the The bulk of the points was made b, Directors, consisting; of three stock ,
1896 and 1900 and could have done:J I f work has been attributed to the Inability Athletes from New York city. No less Florida and Alabama hold rsand; by such ; other of I hereby certify that the. V, '
in 1904. In tact we are not that ficers an4 employees statement is correct accord eg
sure of the engineers 'to make than fifty-four of the total l number as the
I there is now any other wing of the greater headway until the type of the points were won by New Yorkers. of LAND Board of Directors may appoiniThe r. records on file in this office:
part,. Many of the bodies of that fac.( canal was decided upon. Now that has been It COMPANYManufacturers offices of 'Secretary and Treasurer
i V Bomgtimes opposed Mr. have Mitchell, the New York Athletic club son. The directors
Bryan from all accounts a serious obstacle or shall be chosen:
declared ttemeslves for him two to the progress of the work removed, weight man, had not been BO badly inJured and Dealers in by the stockholders and the other of Mgr. Circulate D)
years in advance of the time for the the country will await developmentson that he could not compete the PATENT APPLIED FOR ficers of the corporation shall be chosen -

campaign. In fact if we were tQ the isthmus with much interest number of points foN.e Americanswoli4havebeen At all Druggists. LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN: by the Board of Diredtors. The Sworn,to and subscribed before ;ll!

V 11 I i Judge ,by the leaders we would infer It: is rather encouraging to know! ,, still greater., WUS-QUIT-U MFG. CO., above officers shall be elected on the this 31st day of May, 1906.
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""a""*"*"* WORST DISEASE IN THE WORLDContagious '

Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, Come and i j IN PUBLIC Blood Poison is the worst disease in the world; not only

I those who contract it suffer*; but the awful taint is often transmitted to innocent

Tarry Women and Society Here and Elsewhere. offspring whose lives ;are blighted and bodies diseased because the
Best virus of Contagious Blood Poison has been allowed to remain in the family
Quality ; SCHOOLS l blood. The first sign of this disease j contracted Contains Blood Poisonis
E. \ usually a little pimple or blister, byname a towel used by some infected
t Telephone 669. person and b&d every symptom of the
I then arras h breaks out, the mouth
vile disorder. I tried ever-thin*!heard
Ws handle nothing but the
ssxssssssssx =v= and throat ulcerate, the hair. comes ofbutthedieeasaffOtworBetintuIhaardout
very best of canned meats and *f s.S. S. which I commenced and con.

=- we guarantee every can that we Scope of the Work Explained by the,limbs copper, back colored and breast spots;and appear as the on tlnuedthetrea.tmentuntilIw&sentire11 well. This was some time apo and I
SHALL PASS AWAY." I sell if it isn't right we stand ha.ve
THIS ; never seen the slighteilt SHm ofth.
EVEN Vie Journal's Daily Fashion Feature. the loss. High grade canned disease more thoroughly pollutes the disease since. JOS. SCHLOEMER.
By Theodore Tilton. meats is oneof our specialties.i Miss Maclay-Exhiiiit at blood, 39res and ulcers form and if 801 Allen Ave.,St.Louis, Mo.

pc :" Persia! reigned a king. .- \ ,Brisket Beef* Ham Loaf, the trouble is not checked the finger nails drop off, and the soft bone
P-u jpon his signet ring Chicken Loaf; Veal Loaf. Schools on Friday.Until of the nose and head are: destroyed. S. S. S. goes down into the

;l t''-H a maxim true and wiseVrK Luncheon Beef, Lunch Tongue, blood and forces out every particle of the
'i held before his eyes Deviled Ham, Bsned: Chicken, the past year there had been and makes a complete and lasting
.a'r jjjni counsel at a glance -.I.- Boned Turkey, Deviled Chicken, I 10 formal drawing lessons given in S As soon as the system gets under the
ft 1. 10: l'\ery change and chance" : Roast Beef Corned Beef, I the city schools. Last summer however S S'poison of the remedy'the symptoms begin

;Even ::t.= shall Pass away. f(1"lt( uc Hamberger Steak, Tripe, the school board employedMiss away and when the cure is complete

of (mels through the 3an\ Vienna Sausa'ge, Corn Beef Hash 'II : School,Emily No.Maclay 1 and to in teach the grammar drawingia PURELY VEGETABLE.the, Patient is left in perfect? health.f so :
"rU8! Head. Cheese, Chipped Beef. does S. S. S. rid the. of the
!! from Samarkand; thoroughly < system
I grades
BJ'lugh' iro geom School NTo. 2. Miss Maclay
v.e!u <>: -aile-s through the seas kkbKk1\A\C-\ \ I who had previously had training in virus that no signs of the disease are ever seen in after years* and posterityis
Uroisc :. m pearls to match with the: north, spent last summer atM born with a rich. pure blood supply. Book with complete instructions for

'.."" *. %) I I i'l nteagl Tennessee< making special home treatment and any medical advice desired will lie given without charge.

c;.t ;. si ntea! not his gain \ / I: I preparation for this work, and for the THE;SWIFT SPECIFIC &?., ATLANTA GACuttybunk :
rSaLres of the mine or main. ROSEN ftU&GERELDS. past eight months she has given her j
:Wi .. :, wealth?" the king would 1 ViJjit undivided attention to it. On Friday .
?a:* I ill I \ morning June 29th from 9 to 12u'cloct !
"tli'n !1s: shall pass away." ( S j The Fancy Grocers the school buildings will be
Lines Half Cent Foot.
open to visitors ana1 the drawings 'of Fishing a
In tt,c P",'Is 1 of his court, the pupils together with their exam
\t -hfenith of the sport. Phone 391. Penaacola ination papers, copy books compositions For 9, 15, 1& and 24 thread lines, or 75 cents for 50 foot spool;
ttr*" the ;palvs} of all his guests etc., will be exhibited. $2.75 for 600 foot spool Braided lines 10 and 25 cents for&4 ft. hanks
rurcd with clapping: his jests Mtiii/ 'kh = Below i is a statement by Miss Mac-I Crab nets with good strong handle 25 cents. Hooks 10 to.25c dozen.
}r,. amid his !!gs and wine, 4 i lay of the scope of the art educationas Sinkers! 5 and 10 cents. Reels 75 cents.Cce's .
c'rjprt' 'Oh, loving! friers of mine, iI given in the city schools:
p;enures c-.me, but not to stay I Beautify the ComplexionIN "The great purpose of the lessons Bookstore.

::tfu :hi s sha'l: p3SS away, in Art Education is to lead the childto I'bo".2S5. 213 SoutJi Paltfot st,..*, P..lulai
I II TEN DAYS.Nadinola. see beauty in some phase of his 5
.nTmg on a furious field I environment. His insight is deepend
Once a Javelin pierced his shield, : his field of vison enlarged, his ideals

Soldiers] with a loud lament, shaped by associating what he himself :: i -., '-,----..
Bore him bleeding to his tent,' The UNEQUALED sees with what others have seen .
Groaclag from his torture! side. BEAUTIFIER.cn-1 and express&a' in pictures and in liter i .
Pain is hard to bear," he cried. I doned t>y thwuandj; ature. BEST 1 I'
But with patience day by day, Guaranteed to remoTe "The influence of this work upon,
shall away." trteUet, pimple*. all the lives of the pupils has made itself
Even this pass _-_-__ 4* !! ____- --..__ _-..__-:: facial discoloration very apparent Children who at the TOILETARTICLESIMPORTED.

Towering in the public square aad icitore tie beginning of the school year were untidy -
_' fc.auty of youth.TU .
Twenty cubits In the air -S in many ways and not Interestad
his! statue carved in.. ,stone. S went cuel la twenty days. 50c. and in the work of the school! have by I
Rose Then the king, disguised unknown, i.OOat&1l l.*iini Jru| tore or ly mail. being led to a close observation of I I IIn
Stood before his sculptured name ., KATKHUL Tom co.( Paris Teu. things around them and an attemptat

Mining meekly: "What is fame? .\ representing what they have seen making our selection of Toilet Soaps, Perfumes,
is but a slow decay. acquired a greater interest in all the
Fame Sachet Powders Face Powders, etc., it has been our
Then this shall pass away. Wolf. Mr. Jimmle Walker, Mr. Ben affairs of the school room and a pridein
I aim to carry only such as we could depend on as
M King: Mr. C. I. Yeager, Mr. William their work which has developed '
being absolutely pure and true, Just such as we know
Struck with palsy, sear and old, 1 //Feutz, Mr. Marco White, Mr. Dan neatness and increased ability in our customers would wish to use. This is an at-
ratting at the gates of gold Walker. many directions. tractive list.
Said he with his dying breath -+- "The school that does not offer to
"Life Is done but what is death?" PRETTY TAILORED VWUST.:! LADIES OF G A.DSD EN M. E. its community some kind of sys- PORTED.
Then ,in answer to the king, TO GIVE A RECEPTION FOR tematic art instruction is to-afcy an
Showing: by a heavenly ray The tailored waist finds itself in seam either side of the centre front CHARMING MISS CORTEZ. exception. Education along specific Lautier's, Atkinson's and Houbigant's Extracts, -
Fell a sunbeam on his ring, such favor with the shirt-waist girl pleat, and two wider tucks set in the The Wom *'s Foreign Missionary lines should conform to the philosophy
shoulder close to the armhole In Gibson which is accepted as fundamental! in Lubin's Extracts and Fine So&ps,
this shall way. M. E. church
Even pass as never before accorded it, even be Society of. the
-+- fashion, all of these being stitch. will give a deception for Miss Cortezof general educational work. The educational Coudray's Extracts, Soaps Sachet and Face Powder
MRS. BEAR'S RECEPTION FOR fore the days of that dainty creation, ed down to yoke depth. The back is Mexico City on Thursa'ay afternoon principles adhered to in the Piver's Extracts and Sachet Powders,

SENIOR AND JUNIOR COUNCIL the lingerie waist. Though there are plain, with the exception of 'a centre- from 3:30 until 5:30, in the course in Art Education adopted in Mute's 4711 Cologne and Soaps, .
many tailored models the effect in box pleat, about two inches in width. our schools are, therefore In accord
and Ninth
corner. jGadsden Violet Waters and Face PowderIn
LOVING CUP Roger & Gallet's Extracts, Soaps
each is practically the same. Some This may:::ie- omitted in case one is avenue. with the psychological laws of child

TO DR. SAMUEL KOCH. there are which show no fullness at too long-waisted. The sleeve is of All the., adie ..of the church are especially development which are endorse! by additon: to this fine list of imported Toilet Articles -
On Sunday evening Mrs. Morrii the shoulder line, the fronts (being the regulation pattern cut In three. requested to be present, and: the leading educators of the present a complete list of the ''best of American manu
Bear gave a delightful reception for: drawn loosely over the bust line into quarter length and finished, with a to assist in making Miss Cortez realize time, and the effort has been ma 'e facture. The prices are pleasingly low. We invite
rte Senior and Junior Council of Jew the tailored belt of the skirt materialor stitched turnback cuff opening on the the appreciation which the church to have lessons which shall be not you to become one of our satisfied customers on the
of leather, while others have smartly back of the arm with shirt-button and I only educationally sound and artist .
J isli Women, complimentary to Dr has for her presence and her work in basis of quality, quick and polite service.
Samuel Koch of Temple BethEl'rho' stitched tucks in a variety of sizes. button-hole. A plan stitched collarof the city. ically correct, but at the same time
leaves Thursday for Seattle! t. threat The model pictured shows a front full the waist material or a dainty affair A general Invitation is extended to adapted In the different stages to rue
regret of innumerable friends- ness created brsix shallow tucks of eyelet embroidery may accom. all who wouldlike to hear Miss child's ability to comprehend and his W. A. D'Alemberie

Jewish; and non.Jewish-throughout grouped in the neck and shoulder papy this waist. Cortez and meet her in a social way. power to express.
.' -+-.. "The lessons have been divided in-
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t the city.
Invitations were limited strictly to, MISS VAUGHN EXPECTED HOME to three groups which may be known DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARYNo.
the two councils, of which Mrs. Be l"! with Dr. Koch at her right an .' Mrs. talent which wealth might envy, she FROM CORNELL UNIVERSITY a& the observational or objective
was the first president and was reteatly -: Lei Meyer the retiring president of is still unassuming Miss Constance BEING 1906 GRADUATE. group, in which the study of things, 121 S. Palafox St. Telephone No. 109
rejected] for the ensuing the Council .at her left, presently un whom her friends love to recall Friends and acquaintances of Miss is the aim; the subjective group, in .
term. covered a large and beautiful loving Besides music, which was her principal i Eva G Vaughn, accomplished daughter which the study of principles or laws
Mrs. Bear's home, one of the most cup of sterling,silver lined with gold study she took a commercial ot Mr.&W YMghtf, superintendent of beauty'is the aim; andthe creative
and turning to Dn Koch-in an expressive course; in that department alsb coming group, in which the application of
Hill tMuscogeet be to in
Elegant and spacious on North at |11B pleased bav the mannsr of presentation
address eloquent of the es off with honors and and abi'ity is
wag thrown open to the guests wnc also drawing learn that: she,- has just graduated accumulated knowledge ih various grades will diffe" more
.I teem and appreciation in which he is for the Christian :Doctrine medal the aim. In furthering the work of Bay Excursion
N. In
spent an hour or so. in social greetings from Cornell University, Ithaca than it has during the past year. '
held by the members of the Council,, hese: were her only studies. landscape' plants, lfe!
and were then invited to the Y. where she has been at school for the first group, the primary grades the work will be
referring to the fact that he cant 4 and still life, are studied. In the character.: In
dining room where a beautifully appointed the past year. krgely: objective in
to unploughed soil four ;years ago. fo-- PRIZES AT MRS. TOY'S PARTY. Miss second group are presented the principles children 'i MONARCH !i
table awaited them. II Before her return, Vaughn t> se grades the are tJlug STEAMER iq
Mrs. Bear at the head'of the table, tip to the time of his"-arrival in Pen. At the pretty euchre party given on will visit Buffalo Niagara Palls and I of industrial drawing, of color to see and do. In the intermediate <'
facola they had had no literary or Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Robert Then harmony and most important of all,
I points of interest in Canada. grades the chilaTen: are Introduced
L-...__ :- : ganization and to the plendid work Toy to Miss Louise Lamar the first after spending a few days with relatjves The principles of pure design. In the to the,principles of arrang men indlalance FRIDAY JUNE 29. 1906
I both councils have been inspired to prize, a dainty white spangled fan, in New York city she will sail third group are placed creative exercises rhythm and harmony. As the I ."
-- do under his 'ti'irection-presented it '. in composition, in decorative da- Under Auspices of '.
was 'on by Miss Mary Lou Berkeley. .the steamer Camanchfor Jack.fon work progresses through. the differentyears -
to him, as slight token of' the love Miss :Margaret Hallman iut the Consolation on.vi le.MisJ sign and in many forms of manual the subjecthe and;! creative NAOMI REBEKAH LODGE No. 10 .\"
and esteem of. the Senior and Junior a white kia' belt and Miss Eva s parents and many training."As sides are more and more emphasized! ,
Council. Lamar, the guest of honor, was pre friends at Muscogee, are anxiously this is the first year that most and the study of objects is 'felt to be I.O.O.F.
Florida The Rabbi's surprise was so genuine sented with a white linen parasol.- awaltir;; her arrival, expecting ier w of the children in our schools have: merely a means to an end." .
and his emotion so appaient. Atlanta had any course in art education we
Georgian. be horn?? to spend the Fourth with her
that for an Instant hewas silent. -+- parents Mr. and Mrs. Vaugha. i have worked una'er many difficulties. G. B. Burnhans Testifies After Four For Round Trip 35 CentsTWOTRIPS
Then In a faw touchingly appreciative MAJOR AND MRS. BERRYMAN -+- : It has been hard to get the materials Years. I '
,he his pleasureand for the work. There have
words expressed SPENT PLEASTNT: DAY Miss Laura Knowles of Pensacola, necessary. G. B. Burbans, of Carlisle! Center, ,
countless obstacles of many
appreciation.The been
Fla., is tEe guest of Mrs. BarbourThompson.Atlanta "About four
AND LEFT LAST NIGHT. writes: years -4.
cup is chastely beautiful, its Georgian. kinds to overcome. We hope as time KY.. -
that I had
ornament being ''a ribbon engraved to carry the work to a higher a'go I wrote you stating "
only Major and Mrs. J. M. 8erriman.'I rasses cured of a severe kidney "Monarch" will Pal- .'
entirely Steamer leave
on one side and bearing this in!' who hare charge of the Salvation Miss Stella Nolan of Gonzalez, who standard each year. When the work been taking less: than two
times 'I trouble by Wharf at 4 and 8 return.
afox rrw '
graded more as it should p. :
scription Army work In the south, Ufi last spent Sunday with her aunt Mrs. F. Foley's Kidney Cure. It
'From the \Senior and Junior Councils !I night for Selma ana' thence to Mont Lowell on East Wright left Monday bottles of stopped the brick ;dust sediment .' ing at 7:30 and 10:30 p. m., In time .
entirely ,
of Jewish Women of Pensacola( gomery. for home accompanied by her little and pain and symptoms of kid for last cars.Marine. I
Sf'ction.to: Rabbi Samuel Koch, with I Monday, Captain Norris, the local cousin Miss Nellie McCarthy. dIsappeared | am glad I .
love and esteem." with the date un commander, and his assistants Capt. COfFEE ney disease that I have never had a returnof
derneath. and Mrs. :Moreland with Major and Captain and Mrs. Robert M. Perry's to say of those symptoms during the
The cup was filled to the brim with I Mrs. Berriman spent a delightful day early departure for Portsmouth Va.. any that have elapsed) and I am;'
the choicest! vintage and individual I at the life saving station returning a is I sincerely regreted by tb .ur local four years cured to stay cared and: : Grocery Co.
2 evidently
dozen glasses were flllea therefrom for each beautiful Indian red, but enthusi friends in and out of the service. We are the Pioneer recommend Foley Kidney]II
guest, when Mrs. Lep Meyer proposeda astic over the delights of the surf, Captain Berry Is officially ordered heartily one suffering ,from kid 604, 605 S. Palafox St.
toast 'the" beach. and the courteous gentle. from the navy department at Washington Coffee Roasters of Cure to bladder any trouble. For sale by I hone 725. "

Her exact words are not availablebut 'I men In charg, and-Mr. Burton's to report at Portsmouth July West Florida.McHUGH'S ney A.lJ'Aemberte or druggist and
the sentiment was- chowder. 7. to relieve Rear Admiral Purnell F. II V. J. VIDAL, Manager.
"Let us drink to the health and the! Harrington as commander of the naval apothecary. :
We carry a full line of Imported and
of the 'founder of the .
future success (SPENT DELIGHTFUL DAY station there. Rear Admiral Harrington
Council of Jewish Women of ROYAL CLUB TROLLY ; I Domestic Groceries and Provisions.
for Senior
is ordered to tfuty at the
Pensacola Section." Then, turning to Jamestown Exposition headquartersin RIDE TUESDAY, NIGHT I I We want your patronage.oIdBttIe.

Dr. Koch, she saidr "Dr. K': ch, nay I Mrs. William Eazzsll and Mr. and Norfolk and Captain Berry then The Royal Club will give a trolley i
the field upon which you are aboutto Mrs. T. S. Haynes, chaperone.1 a becomes Rear Admiral Bsrry. ride from 7 to 10:30 Tuesday night!
cast your lot, be magical gardenin Jiappy party of young people who left have no equal. A trial] June 26, to which their friends are:, I
that your every effort be crowned tho city early) Sumay morning on the Miss Amelia Tate of Roberts spent invited. 'Fare 25 cents. 24j2t,! ..
I with success and all your: undertak I Cupid for Town Point where they Sunday with friends on Wright street. will convince the con. A Hot Bird in
ings blossom into flowers."A spent the day at the Duncan place. .
25 cents. few evenings'ago. you said thatif : They went fishing' crabbing. and ,}lr. Willie D. Wood and family of nolsseur' that we $100 REWARD )

;jour will counted for aught ;you!"bathing, and had famous appetites Sutherland, Fla.. are expected in the make no extravagant of $100 will be given for A .
would return. If our will be possessed for the dinner and supper served. Returning city this morning on their way home A reward
of loadstone power, you: will certainly they reached the city about from their two months tour of the claims. the capture of Jaqe Haney, escaped.from ,. Of course there are lots
return. There .is nothing that I 9:30 p. in.'Besides .north, and will again be guests of convict camp. Description: 51| of folks that know what
can afford us as great pleasure as. the chapeioaes thoseabo'ard their relatives Mrs. Wood and daughter feet 7 inches; 130 .PQund; medium I that is, but, if you want a
There Is nothing more the anticipation of ;your visit, unless were Miss Jeannette and Miss Miss Minnie on East Jackson. Wholesale and Ret&ilGROCERS build; age 21; carriage erect; brown cold bird, with no suggestion
it be the realization." Etta Bazzell and their little sisters, eyes black hair; complexion black; of a bottle, Just :
healthful in warm weather Altogether it'was' a very lovely oc- Miss Lorena and Miss Njrma: ; Miss Mrs. Clyde E. Wilson, and two chil medium forehead; medium ears, ; round drop in for a glass! of our
cason to be long remembered with Marion Oldmixon, Miss Nina Parise, dren Helen ani' Mary, leave to-day nose; medium mouth; good teeth; mtchless soda, or a plateof
than the Juice of the Lime pleasure by a11.ncer. led. :Mis Amanda Robinson, :Miss Mina Livingston, Ala., for the benefit of round chin; short neck; square shoulders our incomporable; ice .
--.- baby Mary's health. After two weeks of Feed ; length of feet 10 inches; vaccInation cream., ::
and ii l forms a heap and RETURN OF ACCOMPLISHED there, they will go to York Ala., to and' all scar on left arm. /
MUSICIAN FROM COLLEGE. visit relatives, and then will drive StuffsPluto YARN BROTHERS CAMP, CHOCOLATE NUT SUNDAE

exceedingly pleasant drink. Miss Constance C. OCdmixon! whom down the country to South Sumter. Cantonment. PECAN CREAMSCOFFEE !
many remember as one of the best nflProper .
musical performers' In Florida: has re Mrs. R. P. Reese ?nd children have: Order Eastern St4r.. ,
t- r turned from Washington College returned from a'visit! to (Mrs. Reese's WaterWholesale Regular meeting of!! : I

Ind., to her, home at Warrington. She' eld home in Texas. : Florida Chapter, No. 14 I ,
took a prominent part in the musicals -I Good Food O. E. S.. 8 o' lock p. m. !

of the college occurring from. Mrs. T. A. Jennings has returned Tuesday, June 26. The Hot Biscuits and Rolls every <
Sol Cahn & Go time to time and won great applause selection of Food from a visit to her mother in Ala. and Retail. Degree -of }he Order I morning at 5 o'clock. .'Ii

from a music.loving audience by her'I the 'Sure Way to Get Well hams will be conferred. Visit-
rendition of Chopin's beautiful Ba.- and Keep Well. ing member are cordially -
The Pure Food Store. lade, and also by the beautiful. classic To get the flavor just right:use Blue Co invited. '
"The Voices of Spring.5Miss -- I I Ribbon Vanilla: \'Absolutely; pure. Goes New Orleans Grocery MRS.: ELLA B YER; W. }{.
Constance :possesses a rare!:\ twice as far.REMEMBER. MRS AWCE WLSON. Sec. Kandy Kitchen Cafe. t
ett Corner Ptltfox and Intendeneia musical talent which her teachers Grape-Nuts ,

were not slow: In,'discovering, they THE.0. R. C. PICNICON Jas. McHugh REMEMBER THE 0. R.C.: PICNIC 104 S, Palafox. Phone 999 ;

Phones IJ 8 advised her to devote her life JUNE 28. AND BE PREPAREDTO ON JUNE, 28, AND BE PREPARED" .t...
tth: art' d"tra'vel to:the home, ENJOY YOURSELF. jn9tf Phone 105. Proprietor TO ENJOY YOUR8JELF. ja9tf
With all herS
of musi -Germany,

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l'Every. Advertisement in These Columns Is eadby-

; _' ---:I'I: :! I $1200 FOR $1000 I

worth of property. On East Cervantes GOOD HOMES

If You Have Not a near Bayou Texar, where lots are .
I selling for $300 and up; 4 lots facing by
south overlooking bay and bayou. A AT 'MODERATE PRICES.

beautiful home site.A BARGAINSI L. S. BROWN & CO .. : .

I 14 PER CENT PROPOSITIONTwo We desire to especially call the; attention of those desirins mn-! .

houses on East Government fortable hop sat, moderate: prices to the fol'.owing which \\t' >. :,_
Home of Your Own street bringing in $168 per year rents., I 4 lots; block 42, W. K. Tract. .$475 feathered together and:; offer for this week. If you are intere\ ,' -
A FINE PIECE OF BUSINESS 4 lots, block 132 N. C. Tract. 700 : '
This is "GOOD Tit 1KG. the following.does not:;suit you. call in and see us. We have o :, .:
i j 4 lots bock 149, N. C. Tract. .1000
I A REAL BARGAIN.A PROPERTY ON THE SOUTH SIDE! ia lots, block 13S, N. C. Tract. .140) to offers E

.r "I 2 block Belmont. Tjacl, six
TARRAGONA lots No. 307'West Chase-SU a.large one-story, room dwelling
Don't waste any more time, but begin FOUR, ROOM HOUSE, ONE :, OF E. INTENDENCIA, ? v- NEAR on Barcelona St . .,.1525 in perfect condition.. ... ..' .. .. .. .. . .3i5;

BLOCK FROM BUSINESS DISTRICTON STREET 1;, THIS IS A 24 lots block 35, W. K, 'Tract No. 602 N. Hayne St, k desirable location, six room dweliine.
now to one. We have helped others .
get LOT 28 FEET FRONT BY 170 1' Fenced and planted. . 1500 lot .80 Ju' 150 feet. . .. . . . . 2,35C
to get started towards buying one, we FEET DEEP, FOR BARGAIN WORTH LOOKING INTO. B'ocks 113x270 W. K. Tract;
Davis St large two story, eight room dwelling win:
No. 1005 N. ,
i Money in these, both. .1500
start Don't hesitate, but see some FIVE RES- house large lot fronting on two streets. .
you. This LOTS AND 2-STORY Block 163 New City. ... ..!t)0() servants \z&
house rents for
of the very fine homes on our list. and while it fair$96 per year, IDENCE CORNER 10tl\|| Homes. Investments and Good Renting No. 532 E. Gregory St;l a well-built and commodious seven room
pays a interest now, NEW CITY; 1 Property. dwelling, lot fronts on two streets. . .. . . 1 JX;
of them be terms is
I Many can bought on sure to increase in value. ?
AVENUE AND .11th. STREET., A' 3 room house N. 6th Ave., lot 50 No. 427 E. Intendencia.St.! : comfortable six room dw mng" 1J .
that will make it possible for anyone to LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH ME x73 rents $7.00 per month. 650 No. 812 West Government. St., a new five room dwelling wiili

own and pay for it while they are living FOR: SALE. -I-CAN, ._SELL-- IT. BARGAIN IF SOLD AT ONCE. 4 room ]hpuse, No..416 W. arra- large !lot. .. .. :'. .. .. . '. .. . .. . 1,500
: gossa;; ,. .. . .. .. 800
in it.Pensacola. \ No. 601 East Belmont :St., a neat five room dwelling in good
Twa 3. and 3 lots
LESLIE E. BROOKS I I,I on: corneg601 room; 1i9.uses! renters . ..10)0I order . .;. . . . .. . . 1,25".

McDavid-Hyer Company, I New cottage, 3. Corner lots near : No. 414 West Intendeacia St.,' one story, seven room dwelling!

Investment Company ; \Phone 462 Fisher Building : carbine, N..C.. ., . . 2100. lot 40 feet by 170; feet. .'. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. 1,,,

,, d ,. ._,_ .- Agents New York 6 room house,'andstOe combined -

I .Ko.; 700!E; Wright 'St..1400
A. H. City Manager.W. H&LP WANTEDCOOK "
Insurance 6 East Jackson
Company. room cottage; :
XNOWIIS, rresldent. It. B. SIMPSON Sscretirr. I overlooking: the.. bay . 1500 'HO TON & WATSON.
.. KNOWLES Treasurer.Rael 12.0 Neat little home near GadsdenSt.
J.E. STILLMAN, V Pres. enl Gen. Minster. flYER WANTED-Apply at once 8 E. Government Street
West "WU-ight street 26june2t ., lot 75x110 . . 1500
Estate, loans, General Investments. I Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. 8 room 2 story No. 1201 N. Davis LeadIng'Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.

WIANTED Everywhere, energetic large lot on corner and
215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola Florida. workers to! distribute circulars, sam- ., street car . . . ..2000I JHONE: 54 No. 37 b: PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L

-- ____.__ I II ples, advertising matter, tack signs, I 12 room 2 story residence on ;

etc. Good pay. Co-operative Advertising North Guillemard; St., near ",...".... ..,,".,..o I. f"':: "'" :' v. =" = ''''-''<.'''' .I'lr.

Co.. New York. It* A Nice Little Home j Jackson and Paafox.! This is .. V -:=---, ....1
: an exceptionally: well -built -' ----- -

F F. J J. WHITE & CO. WA.'ITED-Good stout boy to learn On East Cervantes street fronting I house and could: not be built HOTELS. FOR SALENew

A BargainIn the electrical business. Apply: Pen- south, lot 80 ft. by 13711. feet deep, "5 : now for less than .6000. If ftl ll i l f fl f it M MMJt,7Ctr*,-ru-JTJVUTJTjirLrij u u u u

sacola E.ectric Co., corner Baylen and room cottage new and modern, c'ty sOd at onct, price . .. 3150.. COMMERCIAL HOTEL, DeFuniak,
Artesian Well Drillers Intendencia 'fits. 26jltiWlANTED Attractive proposition both for I II fur eight room house w.th :. ;
from line, nIce Fla.-New management; newly
I water, two blocks car { home or investment. We ha.ve I Ave. and 16th St. This place :101> :.,
neighborhood. Can sell on easy: pay- nished free bath and sample rootr
; -
to be appreciated. .
een ,
JULY 1-Baw filer for 20 for sale of 'the best j
For Saw Mills and : on one beds. Tra\.
ments, just the place for a workingman good meals and good
Water Front Property 31 capacity circular mill who can of I avenues in the' city and in one I Rates ?21 Lots 3, 4 and 5, block I4u. N w
with smal: amount solicited;
a moneyto
Turpentine Stills Especially. also look after and keep Alp enginesand down. < block of street car 6 lots'upon men Mrs. M. H. Stanley; Prop. I City. '. . . . jt b- .
pay day.
machinery. Have automatic gum- $1550. which are two modern houses I per Blocks 125 and 126 Pt':' >.- E ,
$2500For Geneva, Ala., and Graceville, Fla. mer and filing machinery. Give references --- built! for: homes; will make 29may. I dition, water front new s-x: r w- .

We have three new first-class drilling ; and state wages expecteJ. On East Jackson and Gadsden comfortable homes or good to I PARK HOTEL Why pay;; $2.50 psr house on same. . s ...
2-story, 8-room house lot 240x machines. We are prepared to Address: J. M. Russ Lumber Co., streets where the car turns off 16tb buy and hold, the houses will day when you can get as! good room:, Block 63, East King Ti.r $2 ,;.

250, on Bayou: Grande. Good water. put in wells from four to twelve inchesin Collins, Miss. 24Junelw ave. into Jackson street, in block 9i; rent well for all . . 5500 ,' and bed for SOc. Coolest p.ace; in, Lot 7 to 14, inclusive b >"-k "

of the New City Tract. I have five lOne of the most attractive 8 I' Pensacola. Special rates -by the week' New Cty.; . . . .51.600. )
diameter and from hundred
$2000 one WANTED! -Good nurse. Apply 619 lots, 100 feet running through the, 2 story dwellings; In the or month. One block from, postoffice.
sixteen hundred feet in depth. We North Palafox St' 24j block. These lots face south on the I city; modern and up-to-date .55oo 22may. I J.A.WILSON&Co

!For one-story cottage on water's, do our work promptly. We guarantee car line, overlook the bay, the pretti- 15 room 3 story modern new i I >.
edge lot 120x200, on bayou Grande. satisfaction.We WANTEDMten' everywhere; good I est building lots in the\whoe: of East I dwelling overlooking the bay I II OLD MILL INN-on bay front. Opens
pay; to distribute circulars, adv.: I Hill,very desirable neighborhood.I and worth the money. '. . 6500 June 1. Large, airy and: delightful Real Estate Agents,

$3200Buys give the best of, references. matter tack signs, etc.; no canvass] For quick: sale they go at . .$2100 12 blocks on bayou with 8 room ly cool. Good fishing, bathing: and
ing.- Address National Distributing Ii I The east 8 lots of B'ock 171. New house, wharf barn etc., The boating. First class table. On electric Salisbury Building, Room 7

( one-story cottage, 5 rooms, Bureau 100 Oakland Bank Bldg., Chi i I City Tract, between 14th and 15th I price is right; just the place car line, 15 mnutes: ride from city.

111. 22jlw. for . . .. Regular boarders and -transients.
on Bayou Grande, 63x250.: For Farm Tur"entine or cago I i aves. and 10th and 11th streets. one I summer 1600 !
APPLY TO 'block from the car line. They are i LOANS made in large or small >! Terms reasonable. Address Old Mill Miscellaneous
Timber Lands, WAITED: good cook to cook two!I pietty lots and a good: speculation!:1 amounts on real estate. Inn, Pensacola. Fla. 4may -

LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall meals a day. Apply 520 N. Palafox tat. . . . ... . .$1550I FIRE INSURANCE SOLICITED. I BROWN HOUSE-DeFuniak Springs. -
Address St. 21jlw I List J. H. PORTER, sailmaKer, 7U So.: .
on or your property with us for sale.
Mrs. .M. L Good beds airy rooms, elegant
Surgi I Palafox street. Orders t.th. c : r
Turner & Aymard WANTED' -(Practical printer. Must : have two beautiful lots on the cor I meals; free bath and sample room! tents, awnings, camp stools an<: :" :
of 18th.
Jackson CO.I
ner and Ave.. over-
| traveling men.
attention' to
I be S. BROWN & Special cots. etc. Prices reasonable j.
j good job printer and sober. Apply d
Care M. E. Clarke, Real Estate and Abstrat Co. Flal20junelw; looking the bay, two blocks from the Rates $2.00 per day. J. R. Brown,
J. A. Sanborn Carrabelle;
Pensacola, Fla. P. 0. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs,Fla to *,!j car linetwo, blocks from the bayoa,.I 201 Prop. ) MILTON UPHOLSTERING SM: < .
two blocks from the bay, facing south. Theisen Building. '
j HOTELS AND BOARDING:; HOUSES Willie Minis, Proprietor F :
) hat : This is one of the prettiest buildinglots ,"We Sell Lots." ture repairing of ail kinds, < '
I WANTED --First-class cleaning. Before laying your carpet or mat- \
Professional! Directory Old hats made new. Cleaning, on the whole of East Hill. The' ting, buy a supply of old newspapers: laid, furniture packed for sh ,
[ worth
_N_, _"N___' """'" Will/ Double Inl. pressing and blocking. Satisfaction property cheap at is that well price. 'I$800 will! would sell the be 1 WANTED to put underneath and protect it onlY//! Phone 63. Next to Tampa Lai 2; i\ -
| guaranteed. Panamas, SOc. Straws125c. I five cents a bundle at this 'office. |
lots if
two sold, at once foi.$775 ,
... m I
Felt, 35c. Derbys 25c. :
T G ma M D. Louis, 100 E. Intendencia street. All WANTED-Partner with $4.000 to engage -: FERRELL. HOTEL-Snea.1s; Fiorl.v.. ,
come in. 19 jnlm Lst; your property with me and I in turpentine business. Good! Rates $2.00 per day. Nice rooms, FOR RENT
will sell it. good beds, table the best 3. }J'r: ; .
OPTICIAN Value insideof proposition. : "Partner. care '
WANTED-Carrier Journal. 22jlw*' ell, Prop. : 17apr ,
boys at The Journal FOR RENT-S room cottage on! :
SOti THIESEN BUILBIM MONEYat the market rate of in. I'
oice.WANTEDMen. ". H.-"TEL VERNON-Rates J2 per day. Hill, one block from car u- .
I \ terest on city real estate. WANTED-Table: boarders. 208 W. Special rate by week. Special attention -, lot; gas and water. Apply 'I> <; .

WM. D. HOWE and boys wanted Gadsden St. Miss, Robinson. 17j to traveling men. Free' sam- | Bredt, corner 8th ave. and 1 12'L .-
a YearThat learn plumbing plastering, brictfj I pie room. :Mrs. J. P. Maul ln, Prop. 24jlw*
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW I I! laying. Special offer life scholarship J. W. :Bullock! Jr. WANTED-A second hand safe. Ad-! ISapr. : -
l 14/2 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. !II fifty dollars, easy payments; position; dress: safe, care Journal. 21jlw* I HOTEL: SOUTHERN-Open all the RENT AND GARJDEN prodiic. ; e >

is what a great deal of real es. : guaranteed; free catalogue. Coyne Room 405 Thiesen ,year. American and European plan. satisfactory family to ocrtip(; .
--- -- Bldg.
; j Bros. Trade Schools, New York, Chicago I ,
tate house and care for ; .-i-:
and proueri-
in Pensacola is 'going to do ; Board and Rooms. Special summer rates. Fir,t-class in,
I j: St. Louis. 16j Phone 161. the summer, a short di-t :i < .
some of it is in the following list: !! every respect. Pleasant and
Half block In New City, fronting lent :Mrs. T. L. Bowen, conven-I', city. Address "House" cvi- .''ju '. !
: 6.1. i Calalona! square . . .$750 WANTED- ; Joppa Lodge, No. : 0. 0. F. Half block in East King Tract In!i i and in house. 619 N. Baylen St. with privilege of light housekeeping' .

Joppa Lodge, No.6. L 0. 0. F.. : settled! neighborhood.$703': i: Sjune. WantedWANTED 301 W. Chase St. CENTRAL HOTEL, CHIPLEY-Op. FOR RENT Five-room .11'> :a--: '. i.i-: .
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:39 'I depot Large and, well: lighted Gregory near Railroad .-!.<>;i- ?'
o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall, Belmont One-fourth block on Toledo square,:' WANTED-Everyone- Know that -To buy some lots on East I FOR RE T-Ole' two newly fur- rooms. Free 'sample room. Meals at per month. C. R. Ya >p"!i. T'. n
and Baylen street Visiting brethrea New City . .. .. . .$S0o I I The Journal has nice, clean old papers Hill for investment; must be cheap 11 I nishei front rooms; southern expos- all hours. Special attention to traveling building. Phone 6S6. .Hi--' :

art cordially Invited.T. Lots on 11th and 12th avenues,New for sale cheap. Only five cents and convenient to car. Address "In,I lure; with privilege of phone. Location mer. $2.00 per day. J.. M. Tug- -. -

H. FLEETWOOD. N. G. i City, at. . .. .a .. .$200:;:! a bundle. vestment," 417 E. Zarra'gossa St. ; desirable and near business center gle Prop. 13marlra FOR RENT-Modern: r""i-u(>' \ hons- ',
J. W. GINGLES, Sec. 200x132: % feet on East Hill carline I 24jlw* I 422 W. Gregory. ISmaylw with large grounds partl: > UIK: '

SlJanGm. .. :. . .. .. .$1250; CHIPLEY HOTEJ/-Can Setterllnd: cultivation, located in northern ;
Lots in East King Tract or West! WANTED I H. ALFfAN-Tln, Copper and Sheet Oil newspapers at five cents a bundleat I Prop. Special Free attention to commer. urbs. For Information addrer
cial travelers. sample 'and bath
Pensacola Lodg No. 3. K. of P. King Tract very cheap and on easy Iron Worker; cornice work and skylights this office. They are all clean II apply to the Pensacola Inve'i) :
meets every Monday evening at 8 terms. Improved property -in West. V'ANTED-White girl 18 years old or( a specialty; roofing, guttering and nice.SQUARE. rooms. Large rooms with"good beds. Co. '.'J "i

,, o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall King! Tract, netting 10 per cent. on in.1 over to keep office; must be neat! and repairing, 315 South Palafox St $2 per day. :;13marlra

over Pou stable, W. Intendencia St. vestmentSee I and intelligent Good pay and chance! Phone 560; residence pone! 1316. BAY HtTEb.-Opea night and day.I FOR RENT-2 nice'.)" fur. :

;Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. us in regard to Lake View Hv.1 for advancement to right party. Call 2junelm.WAXTED. LOST_ .European plan. Rooms light and rooms for rent to gontlpnien!
J. A. KIRKPATRICK, C. C. en Property. Prettiest place in New room No. 3, Masonic Temple! after 5 n clean. Transient trade solicited. Apply to Mrs. Hester, 42Uv.. r J

H. HORSLER K. of R. & S City and is on Bayou Texar. .I o'clock. hauling -and D. B.transfer White work.wants Satisfaction your- BLACK POCKETBOOK. 575-51.9 S. Palafox.' Jis. S." NIcolau, St. Phone 1095. 2j'.i.' !
containing sum of money, checks, Prop.
A& Meetings of the :i WANTED-All owners or poultry to. guarnteed. Address 1501-N and E.k cards, between city and Kup-\ FOR RENT-A. R. Bingham linage
t __II Knights of Columoua D. Hale Wilson & Co. know that we are agents for the cet.1 8th Ave., or phone 98L frian's park. Liberal: .reward for return -( room for rent suia': ::>\l-' \i'r '

are held at their hall, Phone 234 15 South Palafox ebrated Conkey's Poultry R MATTRESSES RENOVATEDNew I to V. J. Vidal, Marine GroceryCo. Miscellaneous niture or other goods. 104 an
No.8 West Intendencia -I I Guaranteed to cure rupe, cholera tick furnished if desired. Guaran 23j3t! nturuftnt.,nruutruwuuwt--ittt- r.-. South Tarragona street. Phoiu ,
street! on every and to kill fleas, lice and'mltea.
gape teed. Crapet taken up and matting I i' NOTICE-HavIng installed 'imachines ,
: .i7Monday 7:30 evening at Also their wonderful egg producer F. laid if desired. Leave orders at'' LOST-Black mare brand K on fore for the manufacture of galvanize FOR RENT-A nice 5 room con : '
3 V Cation is extended An !n- S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. i34. Green & Watson. Phone 193. 7mar, shoulder. Left barn at time of fire II|. iron cornice, .skylIghts, corvee 'gutters N. Spring St., with bath, g- '
'' .'
: Fisher Rea. : -
to ISapr.WJLL Thursday mornng. for re- at $15.00. Inquire
Ylsiting Knights. : circular mouldings, etc. I
am now
See'the Piuto Water display at Hooton's turn to Sam Sunday, corner Hayne!I : Agency. l ",iII
JOHN to do'
B. JONES I prepared sheet metal work of
BUILD HOUSES-on install- Pharmacy. James: McHugh, and Strong Sts. I
:J. S. LEO ARD, Grand Knight I all kinds on -short notice. .Satisfac
Recorder. 1 ment plan, or cash. You own the'''' wholesale agent. ljunelm! -- i tion assured. Estimates FQR RENT-Elegant two-ston "

I bONT-1 4Ssr:1 lot I furnish the money and buih! w |I I given work 'in cheerfully dencfi, corner Strong and Spiv -"
Daughters of Rebekah. : -A-GOOD- house. You pay monthly, same ass WANTED-Everybody to call and I Picked Up. Chas B.on Vetter, 18 or outside W: In ; the city.! Apply to C. H. Turner. : -.'
Naomi Lodge No. 10, Daughters of RC4STATh rent, in a short time house is youro.i see the Perfect Pantry. Lawhorn I ndencla.
Rebekah. meets e.very Monday night Pay rent 20 years it still belongs tq!I' and Blackburn, agents, 109 E. Government P'ICKED UP-Red and white spottedcow Phone698. 5may1m!
at 8 o'clock in I. 0. 0. F. hall Visit. I the other man. Will also put dow!!\'I I street. > 27maylm* having more red than white SANTA ROSA-:Pavilion; L.8. S. offers .! FOR stores RENT first-Two floor very of Man
Ing sisters cordially invited to be present %ells with good pump. 2-inch galva-j i | spots, weighing 275 to 300 lbs., about the best' accommodation for I on
Lotel, Corner Garden and H'j
hized pipe with brass cylinder attachment !! ANTED-All kinos or electrical! I Dathicg and recreation :
8 or 9 years old. Bean around my be found on I
MRS.: B. R. WITKOVSKI.MISS will make water"fly from a well i work. I sell all kinds of electrical i place past 18 months. Owner can the Gulf of Mexic'p. Launch Leclair Just completed and arranged n

MILLIE: KENDRICK, sec. 1' ,J 40 to 100 ft. deep, and so'easy a child'I batteries ani other electrical supplies.:'I' have same by proving property and leaves city wharf dally ,at Si00 a. m. class shape.Hooton For &terms Watson, part':
etc., apply
345 .
When need.mering or 955.E.
can pump: it. Costs but little morel! you paying charges. M. E. Henderson Phone 653. Chas. H. B rton, Mfcr.
M. E. B. A. No..81, mee.is nrat-and I. < ;than the old do's well. :-\I( satisfactory W. Peake. .now Star Laundry build Muscogee, Fla. 14junelm 12may.
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. before you pay a cent Get my ing. E. Garden. __ 15dec. FOR RENT-Second story c-.cr
ni.,. Raflord Hall, No 10. West laten- RAISE THE MONEY FOR A SURE prices.' F. M. Williams, Contractor' COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressing. If you will look around the house, denstruth's jewelry siore S il ,
deucla street, I 'I l and Builder, Room 30$ Thiesen Build. and Cleaning Club, 212 N. DeVillers I Money to Lo2n. you will! find .1..- lot of ways in whica I'I foroffices, sleeping quar'er:; u: -'.
THING. I 802 1 I .,.. )011an useold rs. You room3. Lee Da iell. :
A. G. FELL Pres. I lag. Phone ring. ljunelm St., Mrs. T. J. Davis Prop. Your patronage -- newspa age -

J., t.' SWEENEY. Sec. $4000.00( -For immedate! sale! 40 I I solicited; satisfaction guaran MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows can buy them In any quantity at this .
office. They are FOR RENT-8-room O>
put Inbundles! 2-story
up ,
teed. Careful attention given lafli'garments. : from Jno. A. Hall
feet by 170 feet on East Romana: St.,! WANTED-We want your orders money & ,, '
Pensacola Lodge No. 4, 1. O. O. F. foi convenient to carry and sold at five 318 W. Belmont Apply to W-
Phone 1222.
I Government St.
store. Calendars. Co. 14% E. When in
next to Bass & Co.'s large 1907 Art Over 300) original A .
Pensacola Lodge No. 4, t. 0. 0.,11'.. cents per bund'e.MATTRESES Ingraham. ; '
Should sell for $6000.00 within six designs to select from. All -Carriages repaired and repainted need call on us.
meets every Thursflar "ve lnr. at'1:30 1
at the new hall' n Belmont and Bayle"Itreets. months. prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensaco-' ; floats built to order; horse' : AND FURNITURE' WANTED.-Real Estate for sale of
la. 16eb. J. G. Welsh Car- MONEY LOANED on all kinds of perfoaal Mattresses made to order, 'old .
Visiting brethren cordially shoeing a specialty. ; ones rent lea#a or exchange. Your -
ALL OF THE MAXENT TRACT property on short notice. renovated. New t'.cksr! famished.
Co. 37feb
% riage A "
E. respectfully solicited. J.
FOR FRESH NATIVE :MEATS: Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. Second hand furniture
bought and
J. NEVILLE Secretary. WEST OF "C" STREET NOW FOR Mercnants Transler son. Real Estate Agent 22& W -
385. The West End Market A.'TED.-The Romana. Phone 1165. 1feb sold. Upholsterln-g ,
and repairing! "
corner gone. '
| and baul1D ernment street, Room 7, Sail-
wants moving
Belmont and DeVillers Sts. 2ljune 114 E. Belmont St, city, phone 77L "
W. O. W.< MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST! All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor- MONEY TO LEND-On good real estate Davis Mfg. Co., C. T Davis ;Mgr. building. Phone 172. -
f Live Oak Camp No. 1, W.IJ.. W. MARKET RATE OF INTEREST. WANTED-The public to know .hat sen. Prop. Phone 978. ISJunelm security, or on good collateral. --- ;
meets in Pythian Hall 1st and ,3rd we can do all kinds of repairing at lowest rates. Leslie E.- Brooks TAILORING U, Diamond, Tarior.

Wednesdays each month. Visiting MORTGAGES ON REAL ESTATEIN float building, norse shoeing, etc. J.I WANTED-Your stenographic work.! Fisher building. _21Jan Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and For Sale.

sovereigns cordially Invited. THIS CITY BOUGHT AND SOLD. G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27febWANTED. Pensacola Typewriter Exchange repaired on shprf n Uee. No. iil%
F. A. BOGHICH.. C. c. 315 S. Palafox St Phone 379. !I MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal West Government Si, Pensacola. FIlL
LESLIE E. BROOKS.'., Clerk! -- .-Electric work of ah kind.! 23may. property on short notice. Idee. FOR SALE-5-room hou-e, ha I : j

J Let us clean! your fans. repair; your : Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstair SHIP CHANDLER -\IcKinile Oert- other Improvements at 91" Nave
RATHBONE LODGE. No. 30. dynamo; da jour wiring, etc. Paoiis I WANTED-To sell a lot of old papersat 2gi4 South Palafox St., Phone 1144. lag & Co., wh leaale and retail ship ; lot 100x110 feet room ',
Rathbone Lodge, No. 30, Kntghts of Fisher Real Estate Agency 570. Pensacola' Electric- Co.. 205. S.' 5c< a bund'e. Apply at this of inc chandlers and grocers, only first-class for another house$1''

Pythias, meets every Thursday nightat Baylen.WANTED.. i. fice. They are all ':whole clean and house of kind in city Fair prices to all. 6-room house, 7th St.an i ;
Castle Hall. Members of sister COLLECTION OF RENTS A nice. UNLIMITED amount or: money to ioac ave. . . . ,1'' .
lodges ani visiting brethren cordially .-The public to know that i I -- on all kinds of personal property CARRIAGES repalreij and repainted. S. W. corner, blk. 22'V) .: :

invited to attend. .SPECIALTY old newspapers can be bought at -L'iTED.-A. R BIngham wants Special rates to business men on largt Floats built to order. Horse shoeing Tract consisting of 6 lois, '>
< C. J. LEVY, this office for five cents"" bundle. They I your moving and hauling. He gua' loans. The New York Loan Co., 20H a specialty. J. G,' Welsh ;Carriage ful site for summer home. .$ -

KL&S.I Phone 87. 206_ S. Palafox St are all clean and nice. antees all breakage. Fiona 630. South Palafox. Co. '- 27feb J. A. WILSON & CO., Salisbur:: B



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>>- You Ought Use McMillan Bros. Co. I PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL

Real Estate in'Pensacola: RAILWAY COMPANY.
Don't Buy a Fay-Shotes

i An Electric Fan

or anywhere else until you get an*i TypewriterIt Summer Week Day Schedule-Steam

ts simple easy to operate.light running. a
powerful manif older, makes but little noise, Train and Electric Car Schedule
ABSTRACT OF TITLEs \ does nice clear- ut work the key action never Is something you need in tne home as well as in the office
tires there are no greasy rods or bearingsto these warm days. All you have to do isTouch Effective June 191906.
keep clean, soil the bands orwork. Every
TO-THE PROPERTY.IS Pay-Sholes Typewriter is handsomely finished \ MOBILE, ALABAMA.MARKETS.
,is durable and fully guaranteed. ,
You can purchase Fay-Stoles Typewriterfor a Button
YOUB TITLE GOOD ? cash or on easy payments. We take Between Pensacola and Big Bayou. ,
other typewriters in exchange as part pay.
Regular correspondence machine either Lv. Pensacola. Lv. Big Bayou. :;
and change the temperature immediatel .No stagnantair
No.6 or No.mOdel.complete with cloth: cover 6 9
rPa ]: the all important question. If you want it answered quickly ,box of tools and aa instruction book for: then. 1p.m. 6:20 10,30: p.ia: .
4 11': correctly, come to us. We make it our bUII.ess.to. find the 1o0.ooon easy payments of $10.00 down Naval Stores. We supply the power for both fans and lights at 7 a.m. 10 p.m. 1:301l30p.m
and 17 JO per month-no interact. a.m. 11 p.m.8:30
answer f90.00 payable 122.50 down and$22.50 In Savannah Ga., June 26.-The naval reasonable' rates. Apply at office. 9 am. 9:30 '
uou have any real estate to sell, let us make you an abstract :r>.00 i and 90 days-no interest. stores market closed today as follows: 10 a.m.
30 day 10:30
185.00 to responsible parties on
now Don't wait until you have found the purchaser. but have the open account. \\TWi.: ... .._ ... .. ..4 95 to 5 00 PENSACOLAELECTRIC 11 am. 11:30

answer ready before hand. $83.>>-Cash with Order.A WC.. .. ., .. .. .. ..4 75 to 4 85 12 noon 12:30
An Abstract will not make a good title out of a bad one but it request.Far-Sholes to any Typewriter reliable wfll be sent upon N.. .... ... ... .. ". .. .. .. ... 70 1 p.m. 1:30 pa

ViI ii!! often enable the owner to do so by showing him existing defects individual or __ M.. ... pUJ.. .... .. ..S .S ......4 45 TERMINAL COMPANY 2 p.m. 2:40

wnwI' he may be able to remely. concern,at our anywhere ex-1. __ __ _. __ ___ X.. SS ... ..... ..' ... .S ... ..4 35 3 pjn. 3:30

pense. for a ten I.. .. ... .... .... .. .S .. ..4 30 3:30 p.m. 4:00
Pensacola Abstract days'free trial to _ H.. .. .... .. ... .. .. .........4 3() PHONE 106. : 4 p.m. 4:30
its worth. _
The Company, prove Your name and G.. .. .. .... .. a. .t .. ..420 4:30 p.m. 5:00

Incorporated, address will F.. .. ... ... .1 ... ... .. ..4 15 5:00 p.m. 5:30 .

brine booklet our E..... ... ... ... ... .. Si ..4 05 5:30 pin. 6:00

PHONE 393. 114 N. PALAFOX ST. HARRY L GRAHAM and sample D.. .. ... ... ... .. .. .. ..3 90C ( 6:00 p.m. 6:30(
of two color 60* .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. ..3 55 ..4.........44 ......4...........................4.. 6:30 p.m. 7:00
-- writing.
-- -- Wallted Spirits Turpentine 57% cents. 7:00: p.m. 7:30

= Fay-Shols.Majestic Building. Ch1caoJACKSONVILLE i. 7:35 p.m. 8:00 L .
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___ For Sale j dnn For Sale FLA. AUSLEY Uvrp.ol A CO.'S Cotton REPORT Market : AUSLEY S COMPANY 8:00 p.m. 8:30"9:30 -'

204 West Bay Street ; Saturday only.
s A LiE-Thorough-bred horse FOR SALE iLots 11 to 15, inclusive, Clow.i .
F.R( Sta.1DJes $ la.r.b.... .t.......S.6Jrb.Mr :
ieetu: Sam. Apply Pensacola being one-fourth of blocks 75 in New .i
SOI COMMISSION BROKERS Between 'Pensacola and Fort
,. 24june: City, of Pensacola, 200 feet on LaRua Mar.r-i.pril.........662 I } Barrancas.Lv .

].street, 137% feet on 17th avenue and BY April-May............._. s.63 Pensacola. Lv Fort Barrancaa
:AND FOR SALE Domingus Grande fronting Harana Square. New two FREE MAIL Ma y4an.. 8.89JnnsJmlj ".f 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. 7:15 a.m. 8:00 a.m.
This land joins
and up. with basement .
:ft ares: I story twelver rpom house- 8.86Jor.ttirMt 9:50 a.m. 11:00 a.m
Be ctWill be sold reasonable. and attic.: House just. finIshed; : .6.82 i 12:50 2:00
deeds. Apply to Sallie E.Cumai'ngs. hard-finished ceilings wainscoting and BOOKKEEPING AND SHORTHANDto Ancut-Bcptwibsr. 5.74 I p.m. p.m.
Warrantee 3:50
Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and Chicago.COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROV2SIONSandBONDS : p.m. 5:10 p.m.
24j1wnew *, plastered walls; cabinet mantels, two FlVEporsonsineach county,desiring to take September-October ..s.gj :1'1'Oeoberov.inbsr 'I ,,, I 6:20 p.m. 7:00 p.m. :t
bath rooms and all modern convenl personal instruction who will within 80 days i.60KoT 8:30 -
handsomely clip and SEND this notice to either ofDRAUGHON' imb.r-D c.moer .(..53D p.m. 900p.m
fOR SALE-- ) ences. The house has a southern Jind *Saturday only.
oraii>ar-JanMiy .
hound Century Encyclopedia Dicionar' eastern exposure and is one of the' I Liverpool Spots,6 14 i ;

and Atlas; also ladies saddlein most desirable locations in the city, 'SfJ Mew York Cotton ttartet Steam train leaving Pensacola at
first class condition. Phone 285 or, being only one block from the streetcar 7:15: will
Opea Rich Low Oios Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. a. m. stop between Pensa-
apply H02 E. Gadsden St. 23jlw|! line and overlooking the bay and I January 10.i5 10.48 10.33 10.83 1 i i cola and Big Bayou only to take on
i Bayou Texar. Price 57,000()), .0n -haU t4mtlJ4FCo/l I March 10.52 1053 10.42 10.42 passengers for points beyond: Big
FOR SALE-Gentleman's road horse., cash. Apply to J. A. Gray, 21 and 23 I July 10.23 1031 10.10 10.12 i Reference: First National and Peoples Banks Phone 1173 Bayou. Steam train leaving Fort Bar.

Western pony, gentle, good saddler j I E. Garden St. 26June Montgomery, Atlanta Raleigh, Co. Angust 10.31 10.59 10,20 10.21 rancas at 5:10: p. m. will step between
and driver. Donkey with bran ngWjrAp :I lumbla, Shreveport, Dallas or Jack. :Ootobw.......10,85 10.59 10.25 10.26 .................................................. Big Bayou: and Pensacola only to put '

and harness. Hinman & He<:k-:: FOR SALE-I am making a limited of son, Miss. i December.........10,41 10.14 10.82 10.83 off passen'gers from beyond B'g

.-,-. Century Fta. 23may'j fer on 12 lots In northeast New City tVe also teach BY MAIL successfully, Of' Hew York Spots, 10.83 I Bayou. Other steam trains will make
I within the town limits and near the REFUND MONEY, Law Penmanship. Arithmetic ,I I all stops. Each electric car makes all
FOR SALE-A new rubber-tire runabout Lake VIe\T Haven properties' with Letter-Writing Drawing, Cartooning, Wheat. stops.

Addres;Box 315 City. ; clear titles and .excellent elevation at Business 27 Colleges English in,Banking 15 States.eta. $300,000.00 I Open HtrLo.r cioatKX The above schedules and regula.

JJunelw) *__i! $720. '1 offer single lots In the same Capital 17 years'success. Indorsedby:busi. l.q_...... 83% u3 !2'i: [Women; and Bank AccoutsMany tions subject to change without notice.

FOR SALE-One good all-round fami- vicinity at $60 and $65 per lot on easy ness for catalog.men. No POSITion vacation secured;enter or anv MONET time.REFIUBEB.Write Sept..... ...? ..84 84 82Ji S2'/s I Local Freight Regulations

..\ horse and harness. One top bug. terms. (This Is to the trade of 'white YOU MUSTfcordertozetHomeStudyFBEE, Corn. Freight shipped by the 7:15 a. m.
One good wagon. A.I I people exclusively. Elbert A. Clubbs, |J"_ write now,thus:"I desire Tto know Open High Low Class : train will be received only! for points
&' nearly new. more about your special Home Study Offer made ........... learn. how to handle their I
Bohemia Fla. Phone 246.i Box 112 City. ISjunelm in thn published at: uly 5J 61 50JJ WH women never beyond Big Bayou, and will not be
E Turner, .
I ............
51' 61 S1 II received later than 7:05 a. m. All
:.'junelm. I money in a businesslike way until stern necessity I
TEA DRINKERS ATTENTION other Week Day trains leaving Pen
FOR SALE-Two fine milch cows with,: you want a delicious cup:of tea, try i New York Stock Market forces them to do their own financing. Often this sacola not later than 3:50: p. m., carry
young calves; can be seen at No. "Our Own" Blend it is superior to any Open doss lack of knowledge of business affairs is costly. I freight for any point, but freight will
C. B. )lc mlan.IIjune. Southern Pacific: ............ 68>{ 87), very
123 E Gregory. dollar 'tea on the market. Only 60c not be received later than 20 minutes
'H'JP CHIPMAN,_ Manager.. Oopp.r..n....ir... 99* 98 should be familiar with ordinary
Every woman
l / ._ per pound. A'valuable ticket in 'every ." j A. S.R....*....;...A..... 132 1jkh. I before scheduled departure of trains.:
TEA DRINKERS ATTENTION, package. New Orleans Grocery Co. Roasters, Blenders and Shippers of ..............".......... ssgA 88% business transactions and the conveniences of every- I The 9:00 a. m. Sunday train may

you want a delicious cup of tea, try I I Phone 105. Jas. McHugh Prop. ...............,........... 145" 144 I carry light, perishable freight under
"Our Own Blend it Is superior to any' 7June. Fine CoffeesOUR 2..B.1'........................ 18 16)B. \ day commerce. I some circumstances by special per-
dollar tea on the market. Only "60c<:' Fla. 23mav .11 0 ............,.,.......... 11714 iiTJ.ris. Carrying her own bank account is one of the i mission. Electric car will not carry

per pound. A valuable ticket in every,I l COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL ..............-...... 42* 42}\ best in the world to teach her these business 1 freight or packages of any description
package New Orleans Grocery Co., !FOR SALE-Having sold my .residence GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL.UNIVLRSITY. C.r.I ......5) 49 ways :I except medicine urgently needed. -
of 12th and tLS..3. : II Shippers are requested to bear these
; corner avenue OOi ; :
Phone 105. Jas. ilcHugh I 13th street I now offer for saje -.my I U.5.. preferred............. 103),' 103 ,. jisages.Our fl j regulations: in mind, that inconven.
Tjune.' household 'goods 'and one' cow,, which R.i..............-,,.......... 21% 27* Woman'sDepartmentis especially equippedfor I ience may not be caused.

FOR SALE-Finest carload of horses I may be seen on the premises on Loll !r........................ 143\. H3Lead. }\ the handling of women's accounts and<; to :give : These freight regulations subject to

ever received in Pensacola. lcMil.an Tuesdays and Thursdays. between the .. 71M.P 95 72;! them all the assistance we can. We cordially i invite change without notice.

: & Turton West Intenotencia St. hours of 10 and 12" a. m C. W. Hag'erman. OF NORTH CAROLINA L C..... 178 178 85 their accounts both largeand small. t i Any further and freight information schedule regarding be
june. ISjune CAR.Paa...................... 16;) 159!>i had passenger to the can
1789.1906 )1'.Y.0....................... 139 186% I by applying general officeof

FOR SALE-Remington typewriter."Rem .. FOR S'AL.'Eferd.:'fine Jersey dairy Head of the State's Educational Sys P.O ...........................MX gg% the company.
," care Journal 6june1mtSee cows with well established milk tem.DEPARTMENTS.. A'D'O........... "I}.w".......' iSOtf 128% : Passengers are earnestly requested
I: route. No competition. Cows and i I !LP t.."....,.t.. "..' i 177*$ I76JJ: to promptly report to the general
the Pluto Water display at Hoo- business first class condition. ApplyS. a. ... 24 24 office any inattention to duty or discourtesy

ton's Pharmcy. James McHugh: ,I A. Taylor Century Fla. 3junelm* Collegiate, Engineering, L .-. .,-.. 88 SaJi FIRST NATIONAL BANK on the part of employees and
wholesale agent ljunelm T.0.I._. No Sale I to make specific criticisms of servIce.
: Graduate, Law Psnna....,.,. 129*{ 129% : JOHN W. LBADLEY: ,

j MARINE AND STATIONARY ENGINES Medicine, Pharmacy. U.P.........._.._.., ....... 14;* 1464 :; :Manager.:
FOR SALE-We have a lot of keg for sale. Wonder Gasoline OF PENSACOLA, FLA.

suitable for flower pots and other Engines are the slmpliest strongestand Library contains 43,000 volumes. New ,
Ausley & Co's Daily Cotton Letter. -- -
purposes; also! a lot of whiskey, syrup best the. market for waterworks electric lights, central jI j--
engines on New York, June 25, Liverpool. W. H.KirowLKS.Pre s. W.K.HTEB JB.,V.-Pres. and CwMsr.T I
and other bajrels, which are suitablefor the money.: Send for catalogue. Ed heating system. New W, BBBNT wd W.N.KOBIRTS Asst.Cwien.DIBEC'l'OUJ' .
advices were featureless; contracts I II : .0. Brent. W. A. Blount W. H. Knovrlas, W. K. Rye Jr Pensacola Si Andrews and
fish and cured ;
packing crockery or B. Banks Pensacola.! Phones 1377 dormitories, gymnasium closed fractionally dearer. Both sides D. G. Brent. : ,
meats. We all kinds of barrels, I I I
buy and 577. 3junelm Y. M. C. A. building. I '
and re-cooper and clean them. Sup- are now waiting for something to .IL. ___.L_ __ i'i.i__ I 'I Gulf Steamship Go.
682 STUDENTS. 74 IN FACULTY.The turn up that will b& calculated to
ply always on Sand. It you need any I FOR SALE-Second. hand 25 H. P. I shape opinion. The drouth in south -.

barrels, or have any for sale, ring us boiler. Will sell cheap.. Apply to Fall term be'gins I Texas seems in a fair way to be reIieverf STEAMER TARPON.
up. Phone 235, residence phone 591.I New Method Laundry. ISApril Sept 10, 1906. Address
rains ,
I heavy being reported r- No. 5603. W. G JAR ROW, Master
Pensacola Cooperage Co., Geo. A. FRANCIS P. VENABLE President from Fort Worth, Dallas and Hqus- FlRSrCLASPASSBXGEft AND
Vucovich, Pres., No. 9 S. Alcanlz. FOR SALE-Ten new and second, C.w LAMAR President JOHN PFEIFFER, Assistant Cashier.
ton there is material decline.!
I Chapel Hill. N. C. M' :CLARK/Vice-Prwident and Cashier. J.W. ANDREWS.Assistant Cashier.
different E
17ma>lm. second hand omce safes
There is a heavy ,short interest in -1letweuPENSACOLA. -

FOR SALE-A lot of old newspapers.,! sizes Scarritt, best Moreno makes office at bargain East. Government prices. December and this must sooner or NATIONAL BANK MOBILE. APALACHi.

cai'vitfg.Put up Only in bundles five cents convenient per bundle.for). St 24mar Do You Want The later The cover.facts thus far favor the sbort THE AMERICAN COLA. CARRABELLE., MILLVILLE.: ST. ANDREWS :

seller. The bulls have ''possibilities
App ths! office. I FOR SALE-Fine hotel site; best sU- and the knowledge of this extensive OF PCAfSACOiA FLJL And all point on st. Andrews Bay,

CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton &, uatfS in the city for 'a tourist hotel I short interest they hope will be iun DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. Carrabelle and Apaiathlcola.'

Watson have Just received a large 130 feet fronting south by 172 feet to cover by later developments.The I CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. SCHEDULE
<-uppi> of he latest city maps, snowing deep on East Government'street, over. BEST bureau report will appear on Leave Pensacola Suodaj: 1:30 JL
;>''i of the subdivisions.: The maps are, looking Seville square and Adams the 3rd of July but in the meantime DIRECTORS.Henry B., for Mobile, AIL

fficiai and down to date and are' street with "Open' view, ;of ''Pen cola we are likely to have innumerable unofficial Covlngion, Frank Reilly F. E. Brawner Leave Pensacolt. Tuesday 8:39 p.

mounted on heavy linen. Regular bay $10,000 will buy the property estimates which will in a J. M. Pfelffer L W. 5, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar, m. for SL Andrews MlllvIUe Aptlacalcola .
"Ice." lapr. measure forecast the government re J. R. Saunders, Carrabelle ant interrnedln
$2530; special price on lots of Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourin,
!I** or more to agents or real estate I I port. So far as one can judge from A. M. Avery, W. H. Milton, 0. E. Maura, C points.
lIen Hooton &: Watson. 8may AUTOMOBILES. agent for the Fishing TackleTennis the character of the reports receivedthe W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzie Oertng( For additional Information apply tj,
J. H.
Pope:Mrg. Co. and can sell you autos condition should show improve- C. M. Covlngton, M. E. Clark. SAUNDER3,
FOR SALE OR RENT-Two lighters; from $500.00 up. They cost less than ment over the one issued for June Alex McGowln. E. R. COBB PraUect.
"ne with capacity: for 75 thousand ft. horses to keep up. They can be run and we should enter July under the Safety deposit boxes for rent at IUD, 3.CO end 5.C-o the year. Private apartmentin Gen. Frt. and Pass. Ag'
Urnier, the other thirty thousand ca- I In sand or anywhere "a horse can go. Golf, Baseball and Athletic most favorable conditions. One of connection for tha convenience of customers. : Pensacol, Fla.

pantRates reasonable. Also two i Leslie H Brooks.TWOCHAIt Goods the best Phonographs and rec- the most conservative spot men in !
-kff; beats for sale cheap, 22 ft. long, : ords, the best Dog Medicine, the bestBicycles the south and also one of the best Four per cut interest Paid on Time Deposit ,
", ti, SHOP doing the best Tires, the best :
beams. Telephone or write J. A. BARBER posted wired from Mississippi that
t ;laffia & Co.. Milton. Fla. 25mar: I business of $200 per month. Address Typewriters,the best Lock and Key tne report to the government from .
Barber Journal.: Fitting, best Trunk Repairing, best ,. ,IlYAIISVlLLl"'TmRE
care his section showed(! a condition of 05
OX THE HIGH LAND-East Hill elec- : IlAUTt R.R
Gas Lamp, and last, but not least tae against 75 last month and he thoughtthe
u.c car line six lots 100 ft. front
FOR SALE.-Improved ana unimproved : best Roller Skates the whc-le
government's report on ..
T.B. WaLtAl. Vro.
:"(s 173 t 6OO.i deep There, corners are no J700.better inside situa- property! In all parts of the city. Why go to state would likely sho'j9. Whenwe L JL SU/tON)(. Us GRUN.ilu.IJB.! humuS': JUNS1'WJ) XOBUO,jJ .04ImD U
J. A. Wilson &; Co..Real Estate Agents, look back one year ago with the
tons than these lots. A. V. Clubba. National Bank
Room 7. Salisbury building. Phone condition of 77 and December con Citizens (

-FUR-- S.-\LE-Nlce. clean old newspa 172. !jau F. B. BRUCEPENSACOLA tracts in New Orleans selling at 9.82 of PeI&eOlLF1Ortd-

fail to see any bargain in the .
pers at nve cents a bundle. This office. FOR SALE-Registered' Berkshire we oRfcroxs.Ge
hogs; best 'of' breeding. Ask for community this year at 10.41 with a W.Wrlrht. Morns Bear. 1.B.Welles. Biz M.Bobinson. L.HflUo O wn.

catalogue. Carl getterlind. Chipley.Fla. FLORIDA probable crop condition about 10 A BINIRAL B4VJTI-VG: flUS IN EBB TIlANSA n _
REGPLAR HACK LINE-From Chip- points better to say nothing of the ia-
IP), making connections with mail creased acreage and fertilizer. Of

launch for points on St. Andrew bay. FOR SALE-(Lovely home, 40 acres, THEHIG4 course the supply to be carried over ;
Extra teams for traveling men. Good( 1 one mile 'south of Chipley, Fla., 2 will be much less but the famine

horses, comfortable vehicles. Call oa' acres peach orchard, grapes, straw which was to exist this summer has of Pensacola Improvement Bonds.
or address J. C. Sinclair Chipley,Fla. berries and.etc, Walter Gentry Chip- failed to materialize and the article City
'Phone No 74. 28apr Fla. 21jlw which was t 0 show almost complete $1,000.00 each. Dated January 1st, 1906. Maturing January
: ley-, -- selling in New York at a discount Denomination Redeemable an. 1st, 192 6. Interest Payable Seml- nnually.
FOR SALE-Economize by purchasing I AWNINGS-Drop, ordinary, roller is exemplifiedin exhaustion at this time: is actuallyon 1st OFFER FOR SALE THESE BON DS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE, IN
; of WE
choicest of lots on East Hill at'. self-a ting, Italian and' heavy store today pew crop months in which theres AMOUNTS TO SUI T PURCHASER.
!.lOft per lot no present need of paying awnings. Austrian shades, porch the Qualities of the every reason at this time to expect

Wftii, per lot and $750 for a 30 foot curtains f in fact :everything to keep abundance.Th Bank of Pensacola
;'r'p'' of barren sand. Three beautt'I' the house comfortable this.hot weath. Headache Reme4Y.BROMOVIN. rainfall in Texas for July the The Peoples ,
"I"! s.tes: of five lots each at $1500 for Made and guaranteed In every big crop year was only 2.70 in an

s-ach quarter block; not over 100 yds. er. B.'H Fairchild. First- average of 5.11 Inches for the entire Pensacola, Fla :
fom electric car line. A. V. Clubbs. respect .by and'workmanship.. belt. She produced that season j
material !
'June, class jj
This succeeded
(For 3 days only Certain 3,139,000 bales. was -- --
Cheapest prices. Agreeable
Curtains $2.00to Quick, ba further deficiency in August. j THROUGH SERVICE
Porch. -j
""OR SALE-Nice, clean old newspa Green Bamboo and Harmless. The fact is she received sufficient 1 VIA

pers. All whole and useful at homeJr strictly$4.50.regular cash). prices Phone'3.50 485.to P.$6.50 0.: I June precipitation to brl- 'ge over the r;::'"' OA.E=l. Y' dY OO.J"' :,,, L.&N.E.&T.H.anLC.&E.l I.I

.a your store. Only five Cents per For Sale by months foHowing and this self same I trains
Box 483. Apply 15Eat. .Gardep. St I. Wholuale nil BetaU **! aI 2 Vestlou.id Through Daily n
Bundle. in evdence.
fact is again ; NASHVILLE TO CHIpAQO
FOR 2lIunelw.S White's PharmacyPALAFOX Steam. Domestic, Anthracite! f\ fA (L THROUGH 6LEEPER9 NIO DAY COACHES
SALE-For sanitary purposeswe CONCERT AND DANCEELECTRIC and Blacksmith W W M flEW ORLEANS 10 CHICAGO
; to get my STREET. I
have in stock Ground HydrateJ. FQtsALDcn't'fa1E PARK TUESDAY NIGHT. DININO CAMS 8ERY-.NO ALL I&ALI W OU1T
Tennessee Lime in strong paper bags,1 prices. I carry a MI line of build Manufactured by EVERY HALF HOURS. LATE: Office No. 43 South Falafoz street Telephone 93. D.LaLLAWu.P.A.. S.L<
4 0$ lbs. at 25. cents at ware bouse. .A ing material Sash doors and blinds'a .SON CARS CARS'TO WARRINGTON AND BAR. Yar! comer Tarragona and Gonzalez streets r onei ft s c3 878 fl t INV1ULL'k.- '!
V Clubbs, corner Gregory and Alca-, specialty. Joel Frater Baylen: St. G. w- -- -
17j1.ne Mobile, Ala. RANCAS. i it it.
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stores cater for transient business look sel New York.Seymour 1

ahead only to the chance of getting new Eaton. Secretary. '1
G. R. Scrughaai, organization: mana ;
customers, and don't take proper care of the I i 0 :

old. With us it is just the reverse I ger.A bet meeting ii cu to of tt+ the u&! a committee u* >:Je caji has Is for It is the'national.

I! New York on July 10th( at which time good you. ;: beverage
W and S 11 1 the committee will perfect its organization -\ _
Buy I and begin active work for the! i "

forthcoming: elections for directors of where vigor and healtha'r : the:J j rule and
to the end that we may hold all our old customers {I i both companies. : ,, ,
general *" *
Mr. Samuel Untermyer-"the i :
and through them gain new ones, I, counsel for this comet:'tree, 'has been, : .c. .
and it is to such careful thought in this I I working for weeks to secure" :harmony II i nervousness the rare exception. !
I of acti:>n'on the part of the/State and:, . .
direction that we rank as the biggest and foreign policyholders assertions in. '. . . '. : *' *i

the conduct of this internal onal campaign . . T
reliable house in all of West *
most clothing and the result of his labor=: is i i (

Florida. This far is busiest I seen in the distinguished array of, .' Malt is food half
year, so our au digested. Hops are a
I men chosen by the po'icyho'ders: to;. ; ,
which fact bespeaks the confidence of our represent them on this nonx naUng :
committee and in the unity of feeling -
customers in our methods. Remember, we .I among policyholders that this effort: tonic. A little alcohol- there is but %" trifle in
of theirs has at least taken on such
sell that and .
everything man boy wears. "
: formidable shape as to .ccflimani universal ., '. -- ...r. '; '
J public confidence.In
connection with the announce-' beer-is an aid.to digestion. '. : '+
ment of the personnel of the committee .
Mr. Untermyer.said: ,
JOHN "This is the completion by the policyholders 'I .. ,.,
themselves of the movement

225 205.207 S. PALAFOXBOSSO for reform by which the started Armstrong with Commit.the investigation j jtse I i But insist on. a pure beer. =: a. beer that's'

r... and was continued by the legislature I i *
l = '"" Pili cf the state of New York when ;

there was passed an insurance bi.lj! well aged.Get a beer that is clean filtered '
I restoring to policyholders in mutual;i iI ; ,
'S companies a voice throu'gh the bal-ot: ,.

S HlrrING NEW I box ings.in the control of their own sav l I' and sterilized. That

Ice Cream Factorycan I "It is surprising how little the policyholders r., .. } '/

know about what is happening for the Brewery Bottling. .. ,; !.. .
Arrived. I'I to their interests. The old managements ,. > ;
furnish quantity.you Satisfaction cream in Westland Br ss, Granger 2001 Vera are exhausting every effort!' Common beer is sometimes substituted for Schlitz.t always J means
any Cruz to F. 0. Howe. I ta intrench themselves in office. They : _
guaranteed.PHONE 1326 Cerea, Ital ss, Nalarini. 2791, New: are relying upon the vast agency organizations -|I :J EI To avoid being imposed upon, see that the cork or crown is branded ; _.
York to Gulf Transit Co. I of these two companies to;
Prop. Sailed. use their agents to perpetuate the existing i Schlitz.Ask .
Duttdbnian, Br ss, for Buenos :Ayres.I regimes, and policyholders are
Dharwar, Swed bk. for Buenos Ay- cautioned: against permitting the' .
res. agency force of the companies to he' '
used in canvassing for votes for the: .
VESSELS IN PORT. present discredited management. The : '

Steamships.Burnby agents are in the policyholders: pay
Br ss, Thomas 2361, Galveston -l I and should: not be working against j
to the W. S. Keyser Co. their interest

Dora Baltea. Ital ss. Figari. 2601, "The policyholders should understand -
Genoa to Gulf Transit Co. that elections are shortly to be held in .
E. 0. Saltmarsh, Br ss Rogers,2319, both of these companies, at which the .- ', : '. ..4 ,. .
That means good luck, but it don't'': ]Liverpool to Gulf Transit Co. policyholders: will at last have the op ,
require good luck to buy good clothingand EarlswoDd, Br. ss, Fayn, 1840, Ft portunity of electing boards of directors
furnishings but I 11 Inglis to J. A. Merritt & Co. of their own choosing. The pollw -, e i. Phone 16 .
Federica, Aust. ss, Zar, 2261, Ne cyholders will have an opportunity toi j .' The Lewis Bear Co. .
Common SensaShow ;
Orleans to Gulf Transit Company. vote directly: by mail by marking ial-,
your good sense by calling on Huttonwood, Br. ss, White,2533,S t.i I lots as in ordinary elections. They*i) Main :and'Palafax Sts..' e 1s cola:
me for your Summer Outfit Suit Hat, Vincent to Gulf Transit Co. are cautioned against giving proxies) : : "
: Shoes, Hosiery and Underwear and Louisianan, Br ss, Wood, 2385, New whether solicited by the agents of the! ] ; ,
t ;you will have the good luck to get the Orleanes to the W. S. Keyser: C{). ,. companies or by individual policy.
best goods as well as the nobbiest I :Magician Br ss, Raby, 3271, Live' holders."It I The Be'er 8
and neatest at the least money. pdol to A. A. Brown & Co. must be apparent tp everyone lie!]
And don't forget I carry a full line, Marian Br ss, Hogs, 1218, Newport that until a complete change has been
of Boys' Clothing, Shoes Hosiery and News to Pensacola Lumber Co. made in the management of each of ) _
! Hats. I Monviso, Ital ss. Revello 2774, New these companies it can not expectto TL
Beginning June 20, to July 1, Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. have the confidence: of the publicor d
10 PER CENT DISCOUNTon I Cardiff Parkwood. Br ss, Hubbard, 1102, the policyholders. It must be equally I la e' M I I wau k''e amOUS
all Clothing for cash. to Pensacola Lumber Co. apparent that the wrongs and r I
Yours for good goods.JOS.COlEMAN, l buses perpetrated upon the policy- 1,: ., ,....- t. '.' 0
Ships. holder can not be discovered nor restitution -, "to '\ _
Harvest Queen, Brit ship, Forsyth, ,
obtained until
a new management -
Rio Janiero to order.Nordstjernnen r,, .:.. ..., ... ,
unconnected with these abuses, SUMMARY OF 'BASEBALL """""- """"' '''' ''''' '!!'I Z< ''''''''''''-Y'- "''* II
Nor ship, 1635. is put in control, and this is their opportunity i
Iraksea, La Guayra to W. S. Keyser
to now and forever separate'I PARTNERSHIP INSURANCE
212 S. Palafox St & Co. I, these great sacred trust funds from THE: WEATHER
Barks the domination of Wall street. I PROTECTS !
Phone 727. De'gregori Gio Botto Ital bk, 1294. American League. i
. Genoa, to Rossasco Bros. Washington 0, New York 2. "
--. King Malcolm, It bk Gufi 1233, Get The minimum temperature at Pen I I Philadelphia 1, Boston 0. 'Firms composed of individuals: should by :all means cons ,'! ;
'oa to Huges & Co. IF THE STOMACHIS sacola yesterday, as registered at the 'Detroit 1, Cleveland 3. question of Partnership! Insurance. In this way if one mem: ..- d>
Escambia Pressing Club I Luisa, ItaL bk. 1591 Montano, from I I local weather bureau was 79 decrees" 6t Louis 6, Chicago 4. the firm should die, the other,of the firm will be protected iron': ',:,
Nolloth to master. at 5 a. m., while the maximum was I debts. Partnership insu.a'."... ,s been used to great ad\an.?" :Il
Dyeing Cleaning and Pressing offgentlemen's j Monrovia, Nor bk, 1449. Aase, Ham- WEAK j 86 degrees at 9:30 a. m. Observer I National League. Pensacola.: We will be glad ;:to talk over this matter with firms li.-
and ladies' Clothing. Club j'I ;burg to order. there is no medicine before the pub-'!'j Reed in his daily summary of weather New York 12, Philadelphia 3. terested.
rates only $1.00 per month. We call!1 Port Sonoclan, bk lic will do much Hos Cincinnati 2,
Uruguay 1112, you as good as -i conditions yesterday sad: : I Pittsburg 4.
for and deliver. all work. No. 9 E.Intendencia. Ferres Mentetideo to German American I tetter's Stomach Bitters. Thousands), "Stagnant conditions prevail over Boston 0. Brooklyn 2. Insurance, Gen'IPensacola Ac t) I
Lbr. Co. I have testified to this fact during the:' the eastern half of the country. The Chicago 2'St,, Louis 1. N Fire Life Knowles; Bros. ,
WALTER MAULTON & CO., Props. Spero Nor. bk, 623, Bostlg, Las past 53 years. Therefore, we urge pressure is highest along the northernand I ,
Selix's Old Stand. Palmas. ;you to get a bottle ofHostetter's middle Rocky Mountain slope and Southern League 1 "!1 "'" -V- '-' -'==""'ZB!:_ "''';' =.:r.IJ. "-,- ,,.,.. ..
-------- Sterling Nor bk, Ellepsen Labita I lowest over the southwest. There Atlanta-Montgomery, rain.
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_. Bay to order. have been scattered showers and thunderstorms Shreveport-Memphis, rain.
L1 !''Ii Schooners. Stomach Bitters since Sunday morning, except B'rmin'gham 4, Nashville 3, fifteen eee.eeeeeee01eee/O/Ceeio/eee ''.''''.''tt... .....
Donna Christina.: Am sen, McLeod I in the lake region and North At- innings. *>- PEN$ COLA iI
Summer Shirts 165. Belize. at once. It will make the stomach lantic states and showers are falling L1tt'.e Rock 0. New Orleans 3.
I: Elizabeth T. Doyle, Am sch, Crouch.I strong and healthy! and cure indigestion -i this morning in Arkansas, the Dakotas Iron Works, and Supply Co. \
er, 641 New York to order. ''Dyspepsia; Costiveness, Biliousness -! and Minnesota. I South Atlantic League.
Frances T. Tunnell. Am sch. Tun-I' Heartburn, Headache and Poor! "Partly cloudy weather with light Augusta 1, Charleston 0. p Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS o
One DollarAnd nell, 1239, Philadelphia to order. Appetite. to fresh south to southwest winds will Columbia 2, Jacksonville 1. e' FORGINOS, MILL AMD: STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP :
Marrow N. Cobb Am sch, Saunders, I I prevail in this section tonight and Savannah'1. Macon 1. o REAIRS A .WECIA4.TY. Prompt attention given to all orders 9
260, Havana to master.. I I Tuesday." e day or night Meats for Jaiaes McKay & Co.'s celebrated Los and o
Other Wearables, For Barkentlne. I PRESS JPHE' THE ORIGINAL. : Timber Dora, .1. -chal..-of all descriptions.: Offlce phone 123 Rest. :
Men. Hubert Fuller, Am barkentlne. 679.' BUT/TON Foley & Co., Chicago originated o deuce phone ION. P. 0. Box! 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. .,
Nash, Port of Tampa to C. W. 011.' rrr 1i1111 Unknown Friends. Honey and Tar as a throat and lung ose.amsso eose+ oo..ac +ee a3o aocoo O.o. .e O"1ANJMUAL

ver. I There remedy, and on account of the great --,- .
It is always a comfortto Brig. j, are many people who have 00
used Chamber,ain's Colic, Cholera i' merits; and popularity of Foley's
pick from a broad and Jennie Hurlbert Am brig, Wright,, and Diarrhoea Remedy with splend'djresults '| Honey and Tar many imitations are ,
418, Havana to J. A.:Merritt & Co. DIVIDENDSCannot
handsome collection of : but who are unknown because, offered' for the genuine. These, 1

fancy shirts, to note how No Coffee War. testimonial they have hesitated of their experience about giving for a:!1'! sounding worthless names.imitations Beware have of similar them: : be lost and they may be used to I

smart-looking and well Recent published reports of the re- publication. These people, however I!I The genuine Foey's: Honey and Tar reduce ,
made they are, and duct'on in' price of certain packaged lr are none the less frends of this rem:t I is in a yellow package. Ask for It. .the..pretniums each year if the insured I
yet 1 I
coffee have, no relation to Ar- edy.: They have done much: toward! and refuse any substitute. It is: the
to know that they will buckles "Ariosa" Coffee, the standard making it a household! word by thei rw.I I best remedy for coughs and colds so chooses, A life or Endowment Policy with I
only.cost one dollara of coffee values for the past thirty personal recommendations: to !! A. D'Alemberte, druggist and
you seven years., In trade parlance tie and neighbors. It is a 'good medicine'I!f' apothecary. II j jj j annual dividends .i iij the Union Central Life \
piece. "grade" of "Ariosa-Js to have in the house
too high for a and is widely)
Then too, Anson shirts price. reduction! l in" this market Its II I known for its cures of diarrhoea and I j. is the most satisfactory.
fit equal in quality could not be retailed The Susplett-Snrert-Safest_ I all forms of bowel trouble. For sale 1 j j I Notice to Carpenters :
always comfortably. competitively except at a pecuniary SIf-Htndiert llinl-Pen.aad No only glue Perfect filler by all druggists. B S.
t There will be an open meeting for WILLIAMS General
loss. the -BO ink : Agent.
Only enormous sales of to iplU-no dogging ,
MEN'S SUSPENDERSat all the carpenters in the city at room!
ertUklnj. i M *
"Ariosa, exceeding the combined rhies .
25 sales of all the other packaged coffeesin You limply press the bllttoll(u !ro..I& l Catlcr. 1, old: armory build'ng, Tuesday night Building. Phone 608
cents. In the picture)and the sea fill* A piece of old handsaw riveted to A at 8 o'clock' June 26. -
the United States and the fact .c.
1a hah. shorri handle makes an W. N. LOUX-SBERRY, :
: with braces -
And others
some too, at that it is marketed on the narrowest
Write ..
tie metant it cat 24j2t Business
eK *litnt: tool for root: cutting for Agent tNaeee.O..NNNee.NNN.eeeN.t4ilrJie.
i 50 cents: Extra good margin of profit, make possible its) touches the paper :
superatlve: value for its tle. Tits Iiect of saw is. of course "-
present price
values. They'll never Loose mixed coffees sold out of bags! Eagle$ 50 y ground( tf r.i ed-r The cost is only IIfpw CONCERT AND DANCE AT ELECTRIC I

give way on you and and bins cannot be identified, and are ,'r' ) t PARK. SUNDAY N'GHT.:' CRS 1 : .RedIiit
in embarrassing no criterion of retail values offering! Flash EVERY HALF HOUR. LATE DUMMY Kitchen
place I
you ppportunities for deception and the If your stomach troubles you do not l TO 'WARHINGTCN NO BAR i .
1' Whetheryou temptation of excessive, No.Z!with 14 tint Mm U -' .
positions. profits. pen point-.Seeolcauzed conclude that-there :is no cure. for a RAN AS. o
rubber and have been permanently I I 'I Has no t terrors .
want shoes, hats, fully palaIItcc4.Eacle great many I fort the woman using a gas stove to do
or The Very Best Remedy for Bowel I! "f1uh"No.25"tzeoldb.ad.SZ,50 cured, by' Chamberlain's. Stomach an her.c9Dk1ng :t j is "always ready, and, the *o
heat is kept
suits we can supply you. Trouble. | ."" ; Liver Tablets. Try them, they ar I""I] I at,.the place intended-rfght i under ornnn 1 T
Fig) "Flaih- I. or
No. 26 : STJ&S e
certain to. prove beneficial. They 'the articles '
Mr. M. F. Borroughs an old and, Una the $3.00 I NOTICE : to e
well-known ,resident of Bluffton! Ind.'I| with cold buda,9440 only cost a quarter Sold by all i I ,

says: "I regard Chamberlain's Colic,,I SaId[Other by Stedcoenud Stare.AA !. druggists. The Woolley-l* ?Sanatorium; ,the only Institute | \VeVa'of the ladies :-: i
H O. ANSON Cholera and Diarrhoea; remedy as the) TOUR I in the United States where the: .
best remedy for bowel trouble. I, DEALER. If he CREW NOTICE.A' .
; very toenrt tell yon the Eagle I Opium, Cocaine and Whiskey habits! Of .Pensacola
make this' statement after having'!, "FLASH",Fouauin Pent theft I Neither the :captain,own:I can be cured without exposure, and who have not yelhad pulln'a gas stove, V> o
CASH CLOTHIER used the remedy in my family! for end III. Each the retail pea mutely ct to.. ers' norconsignees of the with so much ease for the patient.Only j .1 call and examinethem: at our office.Peniaca -. i
several years. I am never without a tee4,. par It- ss "Cerea," wi'l' be re-. 20 days' time required. Describe
I It." This remedy is almost, sure to'': Eagle Pencil Co. sponslble for debts contracted .. your case and I will write you an Gas
Corner Palafox and Main, be'needed before the summer is over.Why Uaau&ctnrcn3V by the crew cf said vessel. opinion as to. wha. I can accomplish. Company \
not buy it now and be prepared FRANCESCO: MDLJMAR'!' Ask
t for such an emergency? For sale ball y /Broadway,New York GULF! TRANSIT, Captain.Consignee. to for investl'gatDr yon.- your; B.family M. WooUey physician,'104''I Phone 148. 24'!and 27 E. Garden Street. 1

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