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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 27, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. IX NO. 153.

PENSACOLA: FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 27 1906. : DDIt'r' t'r'IU...._ ttISENSATIONAL OE, .
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'TRAGEDY IN CANAL ACROSS I i CHARGES AGAINST ALDERMAN 0'ALEMBERTE; B I: .


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NEW YORK ROOF .
GARDEN
JUDGE PARLANGB .


1 ISTHMUS I ;101 f f.D I HOLDS OFFICE LEGAllY :



[fcrder of Stanford White by Harry I Louisiana Jurist Accused of Malfeasance -. PROPOSALS FOR \ I,
DISAGREE[[ OER[ THE NEW

Thaw Rivals Killing of 1 and General Denialof ,, City Attorney Says Temporary Residence 1.:(

.D DARIEN[

Fiske by Stokes. Justice.PRESENT CITY HALL WERE OPERI Outside Precinct .


INSPECTION r [ I is Ail Right. "



[ KILLING ADMITTED Colombian Government Has ir I SESSIONOf E. C, Size, of Atlanta, is the low, MATTER '
OF

OFMEAT f [ T TSenate Contemplation a Sea Level est Bidder, His Proposal ** CENSUS GIVE RETURNS PENSACOLA :: 3 3 INTENT j

*
21,677 POPULATION :
I
1 Thaw Who Claims that He Was Waterway. Congress is Drawing Rapidly Being 6884100. .

I Special to The Journal j : Legal Status Not Changed by Action "

Justified. to a Close. Tallahassee, June 26.-Tlje :

and House Clash Over COOPERATION OF VARIOUS SISTER BID OF CHAS.' H. TURNER OF THI>:> ** give census the returns just received, of Alderman. ;
population of Pensa- *

| MURDER DELIBERATELY EXECUT.I Question of Payment for REPUBUICS OF LATIN. i BUSINESS 'RUSHED I: THROUGH CITY LESS THAN A THOUSAND:. ** cola The as Escambia 21,677, an county increase.returns! *#

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ED IN PRESENCE OF MORE! Work of AMERICA: HAS BEEN ASSURED-: THE HOUSE WITH UNUSUAL MORE-BOARD' WILL PROBABLY' P' % are in bad shape and it may be MATTER HAS BEEN MUCH DISCUSSED -

Inspecting. *! necessary to return part f *
TOTAL COST ? AND GREAT
ESTIMATED Al MAKE A INTEREST
A THOUSAND RECOMMENDATION TC I
THAN PERSONS- I ,RAPIDITY SPEAKER CANNON them for correction. i: *

DEFENSE WfLL PROBABLY BE I By Associated Press $70OOOOOG-71G BE .BUILT"BY. THE COUNCIL AT ITS MEETING It is impossible to obtain *I iMANIPESTED' IN OUTCOME OF '
\. SAYS CONGRESS WILL REMAIN I. "definite information regarding *

THAW Washington, June 26.-The meat inpecton SOLDIERS.. . . TO-NIGHT. & the returns today.PEASANTS. #l ATTEMPT TO OUST 12TH PRE-
INSANITY-MRS. DISAP.
amendment to: the agrIcul. IN SESSION UNTIL ALL WORK %

tural bill will probably be returned to Cl/NCT/ REPRESENTATIVE _
.
PEARED IMMEDIATELY AFTER, #:
;(
the senate and house in disagreement.The (IS FINISHED.

SHOOTING.By conferees considered it twice to-I By Associated Press Proposals for the construction of': FURTHER PROCEEDINGS ARE .;

day. The differences regarding pay- New York, June io.-La Zemena, a J Pensacola's new city hall, which is to
C: ]!U'RTE'D. ::
ment for inspection by the packers or I Spanish weekly news bulletin, 'pub S. By Associated Press. occupy the site at the corner of Jet ,

the government and whether the date lished to-day a report from Columbia Washington, J'Une 26.-A memorial; ferson and Church streets, facing the: r [ AND N

Associated Press of inspection shall be place on cans I that the Bogota government has in l presenting charges of oppression in Plaza, were opened yesterday by tb.9

:Nw York, June 26.-Harry Kendall of meats are irreconcilable. Another contemplation a project for an inter' office and misfeasance with general Board of Bond Trustees. There were i :Alderman A. H. D'Alemberte la

[ 'fhit\l. of Pittsburg, brother of theLOIlUIt.SS effort to get together will be made to-I oceanic sea-level canal through Da; denial of justice against Charles Par- only three bidders and none of the legally holalng his seat In the City '

of Yarmouth, killed Stan.' morrow. All other matters in the btl rien, a modification or the' original i, lange, district judge for the eastern bids received are within the amoun:: Council as aidermaa from
JII'' \\ flute, the noted architect, last plan of the Atrato Truanao route I T precinct
; were agreed on. district of the United tales; court for I appropriated for this purpose, but it TROOPS r IN I N No. 12, although .
| mgi iUd is a prisoner: in the Tombs' According to the private advices which: Louisiana, was received by Speaker 'is not probable that bitfs will be re-r he is temporarily residing .
'I
Thaw adm'ts the killing information Columbia ha in another
bring this
tl.liI: RATE BLL!, IS SENT : Cannon from Francis Ci Mahan, of advertised for I precinct.)
)t I" .:fig that the act was justifiable BACK TO CONFERENCE been assured of the co-operation of New Orleans to-day and referred to the When the board convened there; Such is the written opinion of Sty

I.' \\ !lIte wrecked the life of Thaw's.Florence the various sister republics of Lain' .j judiciary commitee. )Mahan becausa( were present, President Green, and Attorney Jones, to whom the matter

w Nes'bett' an actress, Washington, June 26.-After sever America. of "local l prejudice" believed that he I W. K. Hyer, Jr., of the Bond Trus- CONFLICT was referred by Alderman
v.'" marriage to Thaw a year ago The plans for the canal do not present tess, Mayor Bliss and Alderman ffAlem-
: denied i& court in
justice tate
was a
.. al speeches on the conference reporton berte
"5 he sensation of the time. JI i ii any new engineering problems' a suit involving J50.000'and; claimed! I youg: in addition to quite a numberof when the latter received a communication .
the railroad rate bill today the senate -
I More than half of the total cost from J. N. Andrews
murder of White
citIng -
i J IP was probably : interested parties. ,
sent the bill back to conference.The : the right to go into the federal court I
which it is estimated would bQ 1 the fact that he
: about was his
ii! most sensational snce the killing which Lj but that Judge Parlaoge in violation I The Bidders. holding
.' )im Fiske by Ed Stokes, thirty naval appropriation bill, $70,000000, would be for labor. The bida'ers and the amount which' office illegally. SInce that time there
..of the law him from I II
prevented filing Disorders
has been in conferences for several 11, Agrarian Result has
.,.. s and more ago. Surrounded by The laborers would be soldiers of th'eI they propose to erect the hall for. areas Many been much discussion of the
ft I a suit. }
weeks, was finally passed, the senate Colombian and contingents of question, both by citizens
UK* than a thousand persons in the I army 1 follows: !! and attorneys -
')!I'n air roof garden of Madison receding from the amendment con soldiers from other republics inter I i ERALY ADJOURNMENJT? OF I I'I S. F. Fulghum. Pensaco'a, .175,183.00 Dead and WoundeiHtossian but the majority believed that
cerning the naval training station at; ested in the project, each country to' I \1r. D'Alemberte: was legally entitled
E.
[ Square Garden, White met his death. C. Size. Atlanta. Ga., 68,841.00
'I CONGRESS I PROSPECT
Port Royal, S. C., which was the only, its own if in[i Soldiers to his office, for the that '
Proceedings in the case were car-I I pay men as they were t r { Chas. II. Turner, Pensacola, 69,474.00Mr. Mutiny. 1 1i reason he is
item in controversy. actual service. This co-operation is only, temporarily out of the precinctand
ned through rapidly today. From his, I I I! Washington, June 2<5.-tBusiness was Fulghum agrees: to completethe
i The most interesting! incident was to be paid for by shares of the stocu has purchased unimproved
cell in the police: station Thaw was I : building within 313 "days after prop-
written all the cnings of the i
over
taken to police headquarters where a a conflict over a motion by Senator!!i of the canal and by) certain fran/ signing the contract; Mr. Size in 240 By Associated Press. i erty upon which he intends buildinga
House the conclusion
LaFo'lette to consider the bill limiting -:!t chises. to-day, forcing I Ii St. Petersburg, June 26.- Agrarian residence.
photograph was taken and measure. i i that early adjournment was in ,- working toys and Mr. TUHKTT 235 disorders
ments made. He was arraigned in to sixteen hours the time railroad j I prctptct working nays.The at Karhkoff, Poltava ,i and, When Alderman D'Alemberte received -
employees engaged in the movement; The first hour fas. given to Tamboff have led to conflicts with the' the communication
from Mr.
hf police court and remanded to the : consecu-t HEALTH BOARDS the passage of senate,- bills by unanimous p23s since bids were first advertised troops. Four filled I'
Andrews
of trans should be employed: peasants were he announced that he would
k5' : -iod\ of the coroner and was soon consent and. for and all rejected on account -
agreement on
Several male an near 'Poltava and wounded including refer the
lively. speeches were many matter to the
city
;med:: in a cell in the Tombs, formal.I i : the of being too high, have been attorney,
od '
conference
reports military !
:
1 on the bill. an officer and a soldier In a and if the latter it his
as
i-narged: with! murder. The AFTER PACKERS changed considerably, and all of the gave opinion
coroner b111: the S
.. .hi- inquest for Thurs1ay.naws An effort made by Senator Hale to) academy and thj tar pro- Lids are much lower than they were fight between dragoons and plunder that he was; illegally!! holding office he
tection of Niagara Falls: being completed -
I ers. would
failed.
hold night sessions ; immediately resign. This increased
-
defense will In the first instance. The buildinghas ,
be In-
probably
i. bill carrying
thepublic building -
<.0- Despatches from Viadikavkah,\ Cau the interest in the matter,
"tIt ani already three aI enit.shavel been changed from a fire proof
UNABLE: TO"CALL UP .,. &7 SLAUGHTER' H.OUSES1'N PHIL. two .million dollars was considered casia, report an outbreak among and the city attorney's opinion, together
fire the
'u caled in the case. "and assed in2&! : hour." The building to a semi proof one,
in
troops the garrison there. Mutin- with
THE MRS. MORRIS INCIDENT Interior a letter sent to Mr. Andrews
Beginning pf Trouble. work from oak to yellow pine I.
ADELPH'IA ORDERED general deficiency: bill was then taken GUS artillerymen bombardted the! Officer's -' by Mr. ITAlemberte will be
,
The of the and considerable of the outside ornamental -
beginning last
tragedy The House fixed the maximum ,
up. ; club where a dance waS In read by with
n.sht is m :he Cafe Martin at the, Washington. June 26.-Senator Till- ABANDONED.By time in' transit for stock at thirty-; work has been done away with. with everyone more than
progress stones and shots. OneS passing interest. The letter of
nan h-mi In end was on the roof inan stated today that he had intendedto six hours. entirely. ; City
I'II..n! a fwv m nutes after 11 call UD the resolution for an investigation The building is io be three storiesin woman was wounded. The soldiers Attorney Jones to Mr. D'Alemberte
Press.
Associated
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'"Ut'k. In i he first scene Mr. and ,Into the ejection last January heighth built of stone and concrete openly insulted the commandant in together with a letter from the lat
(Philadelphia, June 26.-The Boardof WILL STAY IN SESSIONTILL'WORK'IS the streets. '
ter to Mr. Andrews
't Thaw of Mrs. Minor Morris from the Wjhite, will handsome structure. i) are as follows:
1" her father and another] Health to-day directed the owners FINISHED ana1 a very i :
: .11: \\>-H' dining together when Mr.; House but the condition of his health of thirty-seven slaughter houses in The bond trustees held a consultation -': SPEAKERS VIGOROUSLY ;j jI City Attorney's Opinion.

\\'hl'' and twj other men entered and! was such that he could not do so. I this city to abandon the establishments Washington, June 26.-That con- yesterday afternoon with Architect -(I "Pensacola, Fla., June 25, 1906.
Ausfeld and it i that!I ATTACK GOVERNMENTSt. ")Ir. A. H. D'Alemberte
\ >t JllaC'1'o; nearby. According to on account of unsanitary con gress will stay in session until its psrobable City.
r ' about the effects of his shots. He I Petersburg June 26.-In; the
to-night recommending requesting opinion to
at its whetheror
meeting my
as
i tIt(-( until the agitation of his]I Speaker Cannon and his lieutenant;.
never asked a question a'bout Wlite. lower house of parliament to-day a
that the contract be awarded one not are legally holding
H' !lacvrt his attention. He ask- INDIAN'AFlSLIS\ AFTER This was stated to counteract the impression you your
He did not ask any questions of the! of the bidders else advertise!: for question regarding restrictions! >n seat in the City Council as alderman
"1 I .1 i q.if-tion to be answered by a note THE MEAT DEALERS' that the pure food bill will or
police at all. He seemed: as unconscious I i the led to a general discussion: ,
press from
H: .UK. Tnai flirty blackguard i it. ::: go over until the next session. The more bids and change the plans. I precinct number twelve, has re
S. as if bailing out a chauffeur! many speakers vigorously attacking[ careful
ceived by consideration.The .
'11' W.IK- left the cafe soon aft' r-! Indianapolis, June Information i 1 I trouble on the meat inspection bill speeches,
I! instead of facng: an accusation of mur the government. Several city charter
a. i\ \'s' >i'inic his studio in the tower, against five meat Balers said by and' railroad rate bill! indicates delay. ; requires an alder
der. As he talked with a reporter he. LABOR SCARCITYRETARDING on the subject of Cossacks referred man to be a resident and qualified
hll'on< Square Garden, which 's State Chemist Barnard and Dr. Hurt The immigration bill and several appropriation -
reverted again again to his wife'slattack ) to the spread of liberal ideas among voter of the which
anSI precinct he
1 If! the many buildings; he designh.ii .' of the Board of Health, to be guiltyof bills are still in comer repre
of : she the and practically appeal! to
when
shiver
g saw troops ; sents. This does not mean that the
violations of food When the work is done ad WORK
going to his club and finally; gross the pure ence.
White in Martin's."That the Cossacks to refuse to continueto alderman should
continually live in
till roof filed crim- will be forthcoming in
garden. Mr. and Mrs. laws were to-day in the journment
-"'w poor, del'cate: thing, all nero 'court.2nd do police duty. the precinct but that heshould_ continually '
"' wpre there. Mrs. Thaw had! inal short order.
: vous and shaking like a reed"he said, have his leal 'resldpnC'A
'h ark: of the to visit -- '--------
''illanil scenes somel half to himself, "and there he was,! ALTHOUGH THERE ARE HUNDREDS there.
!
hnmediate'y her husband the big healthy scoundrel. God!" I SESSION OF CITY COUNCIL TOtS If it should be shown that you have
!uac ng the floor.( It was while, SUMMARY OF OF IDLE MEN IN
''10 William Thaa nephew of the man changed your legal residence from
w was on the western side of the charged with Stanford White's killing,., MEET TONIGHT precinct number twelve by permanently
,
'mil that White in THE CITY THEY RE-
'IW'! chattel a moment came with sat was in the city yesterday and left for GEORGIA SOLONS THE WEATHERAccording removing therefrom to another

SI "- and then as Stevens left Harry look-j, Pittsburg on an evening train. FUSE TO WORK. precinct you would not have the right
,: Mrs. Thaw Disappears.Mrs. to continue to serve as alderman;
n<> stage Thaw watched him! Thaw disappeared as her hus-I By Associated Press to the official records of BOND TRUSTEES WILL MAK RE. but, upon the facts In your cafe as
.
nmniHUT from of the June 26.-The .' i
one entrances, Atlanta, Georgia leg
band was being hurried from the play the local weather bureau the mini I, the same have been stated by :you It,.
ne ,
)' I o gan to thread his for- islature will meet tomorrow for the labor is retarding PORT AND NEW MEMBER
of
way The scarcity ; communication I of tb "
after :jour ,
house am
,ahj,, by a policeman, throwingher mum temperature at Pensacola yesterday / opinion
second session of the present leg'slature. I in Pensacola, especially the
arms around his neck and crying: was 75 degrees at 7:30 a. m., work WILL TAKE HIS SEAT. that you are legally a resident of
Act Was Deliberate. j I The session is limited by law I loading of vessels on the Louisvilleand precinct number twelve and that
"Oh! Harry, Harry, why did: you do while the mixlmum wa 86 degrees at yoware
W"hom! looking the it I to fifty days. Both houses were organized Nashville wharves where from i legally holding your seat in the
to right or left, Harry. i 10:15: a. m. Observer Reed in his
Jt'I'! u.:: last session and little time two to three hundred men could find city council as alderman from said
mto several women, he She is said to have jumped h\to an I daily summary of weather conditions,
I. will be lost in theprelim'naries. ThereI for time if they of the City
'i -lowly toward the table until: automobile and whirled away before yesterday said: employment some The regular meeting precinct
', '' fnrward I a large amount of unfinished business wished that class of labor. Council will be held to-night,! and "Yours
;<
iifi truly
( : over its edge op-' the crowd of police: recovered from i "The pressure is generally low 'west very ,
9-' in his victim. the excitement caused by one of the 'awaiting the session.MANEUVERS I of the Rock Mountains and compara- I Although hundreds of men could several matters of importance are to "JOHN B. JONE3.

AL W' iiid this, white recognized him, most sensational tragedies: in NewYork's tively high over the eastern half of be used there at fairly good wagE,I be considered by the aldermanic Reply to Mr. Andrews.
anti! m.ia, I : none can be secured excepting those body, principal among which is a report -
a move as it to rise. But criminal history. ATCHICAMAUGA the country. Showery weather con- Tensacola, Pfa., June 25th 1906.
'nt- employed, notwithstanding Board of Bond ;Trustees -
who are now from the
1 was time. tinues in the and :
no With some mut-j Dramatic Incidents. upper Mississippi 'roos "J. N. Ana'rews, Esq., City.
'Ir"'d' the fact that there are hun- upon the new City hall, as; well
'' mprecation the youn'g man,I Missouri valleys and over the "Dsar Sir-Yours of June 20th tat
4 "w There were many dramatic incl I of men' t of employment in the city as other matters which that board
ua/
southern states.
large Heavy rain has
automatic revolver,I hand.
bt' dents connected with the shooting. It but they refuse the
principally negroes, has in hand including sewerage I
a 11
nrmg. fallen in of North
ku1 Three shots rang out,I was just as one of the characters was parts Dakota, Minnesota to work._ contract. I 1 have been advised that my hold
7 w >e<". singing: ."And now let the duel go By Associated Press. I Yesterday an effort was made in the Dr. Frank G. Renshaw, the' new the Ci y
..fl" I'urning Thaw faced the audThroke" I on," that the first shot was heard. Chattanooga, June 26.-: tata sippi. Louisiana and Texas. Excessive city to get some of the idlers to go to member from precinct No. 14, who Council from precinct 12 is not with

Ii the weapon, throwing Manager Lawrence of the theatre troops from'Tennessee, Georgia, Ala- rainfall amounting to 4.32 inchesin the wharf and work, but when they was unanimously chosen at the last out authority of law, and that I am

'** "u cartridges out and started was one of the first to realize that bama, North Carolina, South Carolina 24 hours is reported from Taylor, learned what was expected of the.n meeting of the council to succeed; legally entitled to continue in such
"
(n was then he was arrested j it was no stage revolver! that had Kentucky ana' Mississippi, will Texas. Lower temperatures in accom they laughed at the man by whom Alderman Baars, who resigned on account office."I .
ron rains Texas.
I ip afterwards Mrs. Thaw rushed i cracked, and jumped to a table, com participate in the maneuvers at pany heavy they had been approached. The pvty of moving from the precinct might rest content with such a
tl'l'k\U !muung her arms about his manded his chorus to continue singing -, Chickamauga Park next month. Each "Conditions are favorable for partly found many crowds of loafers at will take the oath of office at : this statement to you, but it may be frank
*' ; cloudy weather to-night and for to
\ 'ssed him. but the girls on the stage had regiment will remain about two weeks saloons and other places, but not one meeting and participate in its delib me state that this advice givento

!tied! <.1.'tPIDl'nt..' credited to Thaw imafter seen .White fall and several fainted.1I ) in camp. Tha camp sites are being showers may be expected in this section could be found who cared to earn a erations. : me proceeds upon my statement of
.1 Wednesday. Winds will be van- that fact that
'W.I' the arrest is this:: then the audience was not fully' located. dollar by a little hard work.It I A number of other matters, probably while I am temporarilyout

I'dJi ,'\," all at a party in Martin's..,I alive to the situation, and it was not able. has been _suggested, that the city_ including reports from officers. of precinct No. 12 I have not
aa find abandoned residence
in the
rhf'r out the names of the until it was announced that an accident authorities find out now so many parsons will come up for consideration. my pre
: there. But I MICHIGAN MINERS cinct, but upon the contrary, have at
without workIng '
was sitting
t is1afle somel had happened did the excitement WINNE DISMISSED obtain a livlihooa? ,
l> from my wife. Sudienly: I 1 begin. as now that there is plenty of all times intended to reside there,
faw
O..r Ret!: very pale and begin to the there can be no excuse for be- EXCLUSIVE have purchased real estate for the
Ihll'pr! Stanford White was son of Rich- work NO
and I GET 1903 SCALEBy purpose of building a home therein,
", thought she was ill ard Grant White and Alexina B. FROM THE SERVICEBy ing idle.
made a motion to inquire what ____ and am now engaged in making
Meas. His father well known
'hi was as
naivr OFFICERS BALL preparations to build such home."Unl'er .
tuc! was and she called a waiter] a critic, journalist and essayist, and Associated Press. '
W''I- these facts I deem it .iot
HANGED ,
alllllI : a note which she sent for. more than twenty years served as Bay City. :Mich., June 26.-The differences Associated Press NEGRO continueto
only but to
;he table I right, my duty
? to me. I chief of the United States revenue which have existed between Washington, June 26.Captain R -
the eJectors of that
'Itnote represent
said: 'The drty! black- board for the district of New the coal operators miners of the F. U. S. Marine pro-
UaE.5 l here: I marine ani Wynne, Corps, recent AT ARCADIA GOV. VARDAMAN SAYS IF BALL IS cinct .for since they have done ni
tha. la Then I turned and saw York. Michigan district since last :Match ly tried by courtmartial on chargesof the honor to elect me, I am of the

ane: heath!' scoundrel'. sitting there. big The American head of the familywas were settled this afternoon. The insubordination, has been found -- GIVEN PRIVATES MUST BE opinion that I cannot simply, because

hou .;hl' \ "and then I saw her and John White, who came to this scale of 1903 carrying and advance of gulltyThe president to-day approved By Assoc
Did l White was. country from England !in September, over five per cent was adopted. the sentence of dismissalPROHIBITION Arcadia, Fla., June 26.-Albert resign the trust which th-v

lark :!'IJU r' make any motion to at- 1863, and settled at Cambridge. It Simmons, the 19 year old negro who! have committed to me, but as a condition -

That*" was said this.morning that when Miss murdered his aunt and her two children i of such resignation, must be satisfied :-
tb0, Wa said! Mr" Thaw. The ques- Nesbitt came to New York with her APPEAL IN THERAWLINCS OF and fed the bodies to hogs, was By Associated Press : that my holding it is illegal."I .

hi head rePeated and Thaw nodded mother from Pittsburg. :Mr. White was legally hanged here to-day. Nashville June 26.-A jpecial'trom assure you that immediately that

Pr.IQI in the affirmative. one of their' friends. CASEBy AMERICAN MEATBy Jackson, Miss says that Governor such satisfaction is produced in my

!le'rhed.! his; pocket when he was Mrs. Thaw, as a.girl of sixteen BEAUFORT COLLECTOROF Vardaman has announced to ogicera mind.: I will resign at once.

ren 11> there was taken a leather showed a desire to g:> on the stage. CUSTOMS NAMED of the Mississippi National Quard "If your opinion and that of tho e

1 Thpr 1 shield! such as po'Icemen carT Mr. White aided her !In gettin'g a start. Associated Press Associated Press. that there will be no officer's ball\ at co-operating with you differs from niv

east 4fl4 weapons I inHe had $168 in She had been an artist's model and Atlanta, June 26.-The case of the Berlin, June 27.The chairmen of By Associated Press the annual encampment at Gufport; opinion. advised 83; above. I will w.'}-

a old several blank checks, besides Mf White interested George Wi Led- three Rawlings boys, sentenced, to the various Prussian chambers of Washington, June 26. The president this summer. That if the ball Is jriven' come any proceedings which you c.r

dgaret case. erer in pictures of her. After she had hang for the murder of tha Caite- agriculture and commerce have to-day sent to the senate the privates must be allowed to attend they may institute for the purpose cf '

Mr Thaw Unconcerned. .gone on in "The Wild Rose" and had 'children, goes to the supreme court of adopted resolutions against American nomination 'of Robert Smalls as collector The officers are making a strong pro testing the question legally:

UXet.: Thaw' did not display the least made a hit, Mr. White was often seen I Georgia for'argument on a bill'of exceptions meats.asking prohibition of foreign of customs for the district of test and declare there shall be noj free "Your very truly

a*ut his own welfare nor in her company. I I July 16. pickled meats and pork alto ether. of: Beaufort, S- c., fur all a.1h1r.'I ,; -A. B. AL-mIDERTE:






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We will sell 'any article in the house at and below cost This means a saving to you of 25 and 35 per cent Don't !fail to attend this


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We will Close Tuesday, Evening, June 26, at 6 o'clock and remain closed until Thursday, at 8:30: a. m., to. Mark Down Goods.


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/ would like to state that. .I'.do.not give $ per cent to anyone to conduct my sales. I am my own manager and give my patrons the benefit of the saving

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DOMESTICS. WHITE GOODS. G NTS' FURNISHINGS

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10,000 yards Standard Dress Prints and Calicoes actual 6c and 8e val- 30-inch Lingerie worth lOe per yard... .... ... ... ... .. ... .. .. 5c Handkerchiefs, .5c values, Sacrifice Sole Price. .. .. .... .... .., .. .. 3c tues
Sacrifice Sale Price.. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..414c 40-inch White Lawn, 12v.c value, per :rard. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. 9c Fine Hemstitch:; Handkerchiefs, lOc 'Values. .. .. .. .. .. 7c
5,000 yards Apron GIngham, all colors, Sacrtfice Sale Price, per yard..4 2C Half Hose, black, tan and fancy, 10; values .... .. .. .. .. .. 7c
5.000 yards Figured Lawns, 81.3c values, Sacrifice Sale Price, per yard 3e 3 0h In di aLmon, 8c value, per ... ". .. ... .. ." ,"' 5c Genuine Lisle Hose black and fancy,'25c nlue... .. .. ." .. .. .. .19c

5,000 yards Figured Lawns, 8c values, Sacrifice Sale Price, per yard. 5e Persian Lawn, 15c and 24c, value, per yarn. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... tic Negligee Shirts, 50c and 'lSc yaueq.! ? ." ... ... .. .43c
5,000 yards Bleached Domestic, 7e values, Sacrifice Sale Price, per yd. 5c Long Cloth, worth '1.35 per bolt, Sacrifice Price, per bolt.. ? ? .. .96e ren's Good, Extra Heavy Web Suspenders, 1Sc valu .. .. .. .. 9c

10-4 Unbleached She.eting; 22i c .values.. .. .. .. .. .. ? .. .. .,16.c Mercerized Waistings, 15c values, per 'ard. .. .. .. to ... .. .. .. ..10e :Men's GU"pt Suspenders, 3Se value, Sacrifice gale Price.. .. .. .. ? .19c
10-4: Bleached Sheeting, 2ac values.. '.. .", .", ? ... .. ... ..18hc !
Good Huck Towels, 15c values, per pair. .. .. .. .. .... .. ". ". .. .. Be -
I Extra Large Huck Towels, 2'oC values, all to go, pair.. .. .. .. .. ....1Sc NOTIONS CLOTHING I ,
Bleached Table Damask, 58 Inches wide, actual value Sac, Sacrifice. WE SHOW NO MERCY TO PRICES IN THIS DEPARTMENT,

Sale Price, per yard .. .. ...... .. .. .. .. .. ? . ..' .. ..23c Pins per paper. Sacrifice Sale Price...... .. ., ... ... .. ? ... 1e Men's Suit! !hat sal Y d for. $7.50 and $8.00. . . . .. . .$4.23
Red Table Damask, 58 inches wide, 30c value, Sacrifice Sale Price..18e Men's:Suits m Fancy Cassimere: Cheviots and Serges, others ask $10.00
H 00 k s and Eyes, Black an dnm..t, Sacrifice. Sal Pr Ice.. .. ? .. .. tc ,', for them, Sacrifice Price Sale._. .:. . . ? .. '. .$6.93
''Feather-'Stitc, Braid, worth IGc per bolt, Sacrifice Sale Price...... 4c 75 Suits regular $12.5( and $15.00 values, comprising a grand assort-

DRESS GOODS AND SILKS. Pearl Buttons, 5c values, Sacrifice Sale Price, per dozen.. .. .. .. .. 1c meat of block blue and fancY1Ca 3imere, Serges and Cheviots, will
be sacrificed in this ? . .. ... .. . .$8.89
Extra Fine German Pea runs, Sacrifice Sale I Price, per d ozen.. .. 3c
Cashmere Mohair, 35 value Sacrifice Sale Price,
inch Black
36 and Our entire line of Eo's' and Childrens' Suits wlll be closed out regard.
per yard. .. .. .. .. .. .... .... .. .. .. .. .. ': ..:.....21c 'Torchon Laces, aU widths, with insertions to match, Sacrifice Sale less of cost or value. Don't ml.s this grand opportunity.

38.it.ch Back: Mohair the kind you have always paid 60c and 7ac for, go Prise. ... .. .. .. ..... .. ... .. .. ... .. ... ... ...3y'c: oren's Good Durable Pants, in all colors, $1.50 values, Sacrifice Sale
in this great sale" per yard. ... ... -.. .. .. .. .. ... ...3ge. ;Price. ..: . 93c
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Black Panamas Voiles Florentine Crepes, and Etamines swell- Point De. Paris Laces, all widths, insertions to match, Sacrifice Sale ; .t'd"P'"t"1 11" !.l..t..i. ,2"0.0 "
Serges 'F rIce. .. .. ... ... .. .. .... ... ... ... ... ..4tt c hies s Fine "ors n a and $2.50 valuesest
worth Sale '
fabrics Sacrifice
season's to $1.25 yard, "
of this up 6ac ce Sale;: Pri'. . ".. ... .. ... ... .. .$1,40
Price, per yard. .. .. .. .. .. ....... '.. ... ". '" .. ... .. .76c 1,000 Jap Fans, lOc values, now. ... ... .. .. '.. .. .. ...... 3e rlf ,

-" 36-lnch we Black will sell Taffeta at. per the yard kind. .that. ...wears... ..,. guaranteed... .. regular... .. oilfinish' ". ... .39c 'Ladies'' Fast Black Dro -Stitch Hose. I'Se values Sacrifice Sale Price 8c S H 0: ES.

36-inch Taffeta Silks, In Black and Colors, best ever shown in the city, Ladles Full Fashioned Seamless Fast Black Hose, .Oc values, Sacrifice U\DIES' Fine Pat Tip Oxfords, $1.25; and $1.50 values.. .. .. .... .. 98c

all new, regular $1.00 values, Sacrifice Sale Price, per yard.. .. .69c Sale Price.. .. .... .. eo .. ....... .. ... ... .... '., ... ....130 LAD\ES' Fine Pat. Tip Oxfords, $1.15 and $2.00 values .. .. .. .$1.39
27-inch Drap De Soire, all .SlIk. 60c value, per yard.. t: .. .. ....39c Ladies' Fine Handkerchiefs. 10c values. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..' .. .. 3c A Fine Line of ,Misses' and Children's, Oxfords and Strap 'Slippers; don'tA
in style in Mo- them . . . . . .
fine line of I1AlDI.ES' SKrRTS: strictly up-to-the-hour Ladies' Fine Hemstitched Handkerchiefs,15c values. .. ... 7c fail to ee from. ; ? ? ? .98c up
hairs, Panamas, V'prsteds and Serges from.. $2.48 up. ? ? Men's Good, Durable Shoes, all leather, all popular strles. $1.75 and
All our fine line of Ladies' Lawn and Silk Shirt Waists Will be closed Ladies' Undervests, full taped, 10 e and 12t,2e values, Saciale '2.00 values, Sacrifice Sale Price. .. .. .. ? .. .. . .. .$1.37
out regardless of cost Or value. Price .. .. .. .. ..: .. .. '.. ... .. ? ... .. ... ... .. 7c l\Ien's $3.00 Oxfords, all shapes, at. .'. ? .", .", ... ? ... .. .$2.48

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All articles guaranteed to be !just as represented. Any purchase made during the sale not proving satisfactory will be exchanged or money cheerfully refunded. The chance

of your life to buy at these, prices Dress Goods'Silks, White, Goods, Table LlnensiSllk Waists, Skirts, Underwear, Trunks. Carpets, Mattlnss. In fact everything goes.



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ANNUAL MEETING OF THE they and to decide arraage'the'Jchools for buildings necessary.should i GULF CITY COFFEE CO.

Order of ,
Teachers Appointed.The I
T Glorious Fourt
follotcin .,;teachers were appointed o I H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager
but the list will not be com-
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD pleted until the next regular meeting: Roasters, Blenders and Shippers of f

Pensacola High School-Prof. J. B.
RAILWAYCONDUCTORS I Lockey principal! ; Prof. Luther B. Will be fittingly celebrated this year by the Fine CoffeesOUR I

be granted certificates later provided Lockhart, Miss Pauline Reese Miss
Diplomas Awarded to Six Pupils certain conditions are met. The classis Diary P. Thompson, Miss Maud Suter, COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL
latter is of ColumbusWho
and Miss E. L. Morley. The Knights GROCERS.
somewhat smaller this year than GIVE THEM A TRIAL'
and Were Certified art teacher, and will instruct not onlyin
Forty-Five the one of last year. Next year how- the high school, but also in No. 1.

ever, it is predicted that the numberin School No. 1.-(Principal not yet will Grand Picnic
the School. give a Report of the Condition of
to High :
the eighth grade will be nearly selected); Miss Elma :Maclay, Mrs.S. i
double the number of this year, for U. Sampey, Miss Katharine' Went- :
about one hundred pupils will be pnx worth, Miss Virginia Snyder, Miss Wednesday July 4,1906 The Citizens Rational Sank
PICNIC ESTIMATED' THAT SEVENTY. moted from the 7th grade and mostof Emelia Shulman, Miss Josie Roberts, t
these will enter the 8th grade. Mrs. N. D. Thomas, Miss Buda Day, AT ELECTRIC PARK of PensacolaAT
(EIGHT SCHOOLS' WILL BE IN Miss Ethel Clarke and Miss May Bur
.I The Appropriation Sheet. We want all to come. You will PENSACOLA,
....at. OPERATION THIS YEAR, EMPLOYING ,I The appropriation sheet was takenup ton.School No. 27.Miss Sadie B.Stock.
141 TEACHERS-NEW' and considered at some length. ard, Miss Florence R. Higgins have the time of your life JN THE STATE OF FLORID *T
The estimates of Superintendent Cook School No. 40.-Mrs. A. K. Suter
BUILDING FOR HIGH SCHOOL. were examined, and in.some instances principal; Mss: Lucia Spencer, Miss On arrival of 3 o'clock car, a patriotic address THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS
!! changes made. The sheet could:
were Miraldo Bishop and Miss Marion
MagnoliaBluffThursday JUNE 18, 1906
TO BE ERECTED AT ONCE. not be adopted for the reason that the Spencer. will be delivered by the Hon. W. A. Blount, Jr.
board has to 'await the action of the
School No. 70.-Mrs.: A. K. McRey-
county commissioners as to the tax nolds principal; Miss Olive Andrews, At 3:30: o'clock, match game of base ball be-
The annual meeting o* the Board of levy. Heretofore the law gave the Miss Dagmar Holmes and Miss Katha Resources.Loans .
tween two of Pensacola's crack teams the win
Public Instruction was held Monday In ,
school board the pow'er make what- .
to
rine Holmes. ........ .. '
the office of Supt. Cook, with President and discounts >*
ever appropriation it desired for Roberts High School-Prof. J. M. receive $25.00 in silver. Overdrafts, secured and unsecured .
Cltibbs presiding and all members school purposes, not to exceed a certain Tate, principal Mrs. H. D. Mitchell, ning team to | ....... .... .,

,June 28th 1906. present.considered'Mun)' matters and acted of importancewere upon, including amount, but this has been changed Solan R. Tate, 'Miss Laura F. Bow- At 5 o'clock the field sports begin: "" ., U.U.8.8.bonds bonds on to secure hand .circulation. '
and this power is now vested in man. Premiums IJ.S. bonds .....
the granting of diplomas. to the county commissioners.: Last year The New School Building.The the Bonds,securities etc......... .. !l' '-
Catching pig.
six graduates and certificates to en the assessment for school purposeswas greasy ?! Banking honae,furniture and fix
who board decided to go ahead with ... *
ter the High School to forty-five,
six mills, but this year more the Shoe Due from National
for mixing race. i-
at the work on the new building
had eighth grade public
passed the
money will be needed. The estimatesas Banks (not reserve
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school No.1. A number of teacherswere High School Just as soon as possible. Agents: ) .J25.0393S: ,
Hurdle and other
trains will be contemplated by the board are for race, many sensational
Special run At present the pupils of the high Due from State banks -
'appointed, but the list has not ............
an eight months term in the city for school taught at public and bankers. ..... 9SSf"et
from River Junction and other been completed. School No. 2 ha? are being
yet white schools and six months for the ; Die from approved reserve -
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school No. 1, but this building over- sports.All ..
not been filled, but all the old city agent 194.27.! *
colored schools the maintenance of
points, teachers who made applications for ; crowded and it \pecame necessary to winners will ,receive valuable prizes. Checks and other cash
54 white schools .
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employing 105 6oo57; ; I
their old positions are being re-ap- obtain relief in some manner, so the At 8 o'clock dance Notes of other National
pointed. Teachers for the county teachers and 24 colored schools, employing board decided upon separating the grand prize begins,;50 banks... 6,850<')

MUSIC schools and the colored schools will these alone 36 teachers.will amount The to salaries about ?36 for,. high school pupils and erecting School what couples taking part, winning couple to receive Fractional nickels,and paper cents.currency.......,.. 1,624 84LiWFn
the Hi'gh
be appointed at the next meeting. will be known as : MOMT BJE6EBVB -
j 000 for white
DANGING I Examination Papers. I j and $8,000 for colored. building. $10.00 in gold. :JSfiASK.VIZ:
ISPORTS Applications were received for
a The site chosen is on Stoddart's Specie..1U,905 10I
number The examination of students papers were of presentedto a large and number it is of new schools probable in that the country of avenue, two blocks south of the residence Grand Fireworks Display at 10 o'clock.' I Legal tendemote.. 17,01009-81,915i'
and very five\ of A. V. Clubs and on the east Redemption withU.
Bathing Fishing the board and were gone throughcarefully. these will be' allowed. Supt. COOK site has 8. Treasurer (6%
side of the street. A large
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Refreshments of all kinds Diplomas were granted to and Mr. Agerton were appointed a been purchased and the building to Reduced rates on all railroads. Electric cars w' of circulation). '
six pupils of the Pensacola High committee to Investigate the matter: be erected thereon will be a credit Total........... .. ...... ..'.. ?*, .
School who had finished their course
served the grounds. tol run half hour.
upon every
the city, though only the center of
of study, and forty-five pupils were Liabilities.
will be built this the two wings'
year
certified of Public
from the eighth grade A CROWN OF GLORY.As .
School No.1 the High 8chooL.Those being left until next year owing to! Capital stock paid ia.. ? .
to ; iiII!I
the lack of money. i Burping fund................... .
to whom diplomas were grant.
Ample accommodations fora ed are Flossie Boyer, Occie Clubbs,' Well as a Mark of Beauty is The building will be of imitation Undivided and taxes preflte paid! .,..legs.....expenses,..
crowd of size Louis Hannah Lillle Williams, Amy' Luxurious Hair. stone, three stories in heighth with a Get Our Prices lumberIf National bank rotes outstanding '. '
any : on Due to other National
Briggs and Herbert Caro. Those certified -.' It has been truly said that the basement. It will contain eight large banks................. $ 67396
to enter the higher school were: crowning glory of our race is a luxu- class rooms, the two lower floors be- Due to State backs and
Clyde Dotfglass, Irma DeSilva, Bert- riant head of hair. ing devoted to these, while two large bankers! .. 21863
Come Out and Havea ram Coleman Elizabeth Prltchard -it used to be thought that this was halls will run the entire length of the you do. you can figure on a saving of several dollars! and Due Savings to Trust Banks Companies...... 877;n
building. The halls will be 16 feet provided arc going to build. Remember furnish I I'I .
I Roulhac Moreno. Annie Quina, Lysle one of tha blessings which the gods you we Dividends unpaid i&j'jj
wide, the class rooms 26 by 35 everything that enters In the of Individual deposit subject -
makeup house. Lumber
and
Cooper, Mabel Wilson, Mollie Blount bestow a
Good Time. capriciously, and it is only recently I to check......... 47 4(138 ri
Mattle Jennings, Rebecca Holland, that scientists have discoveredthat feet. The third floor will be a large Brick, Lime Hair Hardware Shingles, Paint. Let I Certified checks....... 2060'( '
Mignon Herman, Marguerite Finch, its beauty is dependent upon the hall, probably the largest in the city us give you price on your needs. Cashiers checks out-.
Petrea'Olsen, Alice Freeman, Marion absence of a minute germ which with the exception of the armory hall I 242> --

Escambia Pressing Club Anderson, Olivia LeBaron, Kathleen flourishes in the hair follicles, where I and will fill a lon'g felt want. It will Saunders Mill Total.......................... it ",
Gonzalez, Edward Russell, Bertie Hen I aestroys the fife of the hair. : be about 76 by 86 feet. | Company STATE OF IXOBIDA.i.l
Dyeing, Cleaning and Pressing ofgentlemen's I Lounaberry, Clarence Ainsworth Wil- To restore this life and kill the The board decided to commence none '717. 21 East Canton Street COOMT 07LbCAyBLA.aa
and ladies' Clothing. Club lie Wood, Mary Corley, Corrie Salter,: germs which cause the mischief is work upon the foundation of the build- I, B.M.Bnshuell cashier of th-
rates only $1.00 per month. We call. Daisy Sange, Hildur Dahlstrom, the mission of Newbro's Herpicide. ing Immediately and 'to award the above named statement bank do Is solemnly true to swear th" ",-:
for and deliver all work. No. 9 E. Rupert Boyett Jeanie Dow, Nellie Herpicid surely kills the germs contract for the building proper later. knowledge and belie .
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WALTER MAULTON & CO., Props.Selix' Myrtle Willock, Jessie Amos. Sadie market. 1 I I completed as early as possible,though Oxdor"SToixr- ,'
Subscribed and to before
Old Stand. Jones, Antoinette Di Lustro, Ruthella It contains no grease or oil, neither it is hardly probable that it will be day of June,19O .sworn
Gonzalez, Minnie Russell, Oliver will it stain or dye. I ready for occupancy before January 11 ICE, COAL and WOOD M. JIOBfcAXotar.. ".
Brawner, Genevieve Hallmark, Bert Fop sale by W. A. D'Alembtrte, I from: tboConsumers' ( i .
SAFES SAFES SAFES! SAFES ram Dannheisser, Gordrich Clifford, druggist and :apothecary 121 South I Sly commission expires January 2. *
0. R. C. PICNICON Ice and Fuel
Company
REMEMBER THE
J Buy Diebold Safes. Alan Freeman, 'Aubrey Wetland: ,i Palafox street o* send lOa in.stamps' : Correct,Attest:
James Milliard Elliot\ Barrow. I for sample to The Herpicide Co., Detroit 'I[ JUNE 28. AND BE PREPAREDTO Office--Corner Chlie and Tarragon*. Phone 259s L.HIT.TOV CRIES: I
Scarritt Moreno Agent .. ,,__ _, ,. . _. RlX M. EOBIS8OX, Direcio-'
Two or three others will probably I Mich. ENJOY YOURSELF jn9tf -:, ,- : :: : ,... : < ,,.: MORRIS BUR )i"t



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Better Kind T ,G R'AND N J I I-VERY.. beginning.that And serious beginning, In nine'cases.Sickness. ; is has out a of.small ten :, REVENGE[ [ N [ ONL. N has.Consumption B.been C.cured Oblinger of pneumonia, a noted inventor three times of Independence Cured by his judicious, Mo., I Itlr.


made
in the use of Duffy's Pure Halt: Whiskey. Duffy's also warded oil

Are reduced in price 20 Bowels.Constipation is the beginning of most dis. ; a threatened attack of consumption.
RIDGE[
kw eases. It paves the.way for all others. WITNESS[ S SI fir. Oblinger has used Duffy's

; per cent 'for the next Lack of exercise, hasty' atingiiroper L. for over 25 years, and says hf
could not get along without it.
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# food, are its first causes
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.yfcI4c t I This intellectual
gentleman
two week.4ifp Laziness, and postponement, permit it ;
4. Fences and Trees Blown Down I writes as follows :
to grow into Chronic Constipation, which I Chas. Ryan, After Being Exonerated -

Come in and make selection today and Soil Washed\ d Oit-Crops means life-long Discomfort.It Independence,Mo.,Dee 12, IU5.
your
J while the picking is good. Isn't necessary to be sjck-a-bed, you I in Court, Proceeded to Get could I really not get don't Duffy's fenow what Pure I Malt would\Vhiskey.to If X

: Remember, you have four months Uninjured and ,ProspectsGood. know, in order to be mighty uncomfortable. i Even With I commenced using it about twenty-fire
Witness.
to wear summer clothes., Even a slight indigestion affects the i years ago and have been taking a few bottles 1
every winter ever since. Duffy's cured
t $10.00 Suits, 20 pet ent. off. ...$ 8.00 1 nerves dulls the mind, and obscures the : : me of pneumonia three times and warded
k merry sunshine of Life. !I Judge Nichelsen disposed of a num-;P off consumption,with which I was at ona
'j $12.50 Suits, 20 per cent. off.$10.00 I I ber"of cases in the justice: of the peace time threatened. I now nave an expansion
I i I but far the interesting I k I of over five inches in the lungs, and never
!;; $15.00 Suits, 20 per cent off.$12.00 Special to The Journal. court:yesterday "by most -II feel uneasy wnile I can have access to your

$17.50 Suits, 20 per cent. off.$14.00 Grand Ridge, June 26.-The unprecedented The time to adjust the Bowels is the very assault that event occurred aI1:>und the at court the was conclusion the: -I II Ul \ \ % wonderful everything medicine.I can to relieve I am others always of doing their

: $20.00 Suits, 20 per cent. off..:$16.00 rain and. wind storm that minute you suspect they need adjustment of one of the cases. Chas. Ryan,I % suffering by recommending Duffy's Pure -L'

$25.00 Suits, 20 per cent. off. ...$20.00 passed over the section on 12th Inst., -If your tongue is slightly coatedIf I white, had been.before the court upon :I .. ... \ 1l Malt Whiskey. B.C.OBLIGRIuventor. ;";
seemed to do considerable damage in your breath is under suspicion, I the charge of cursing, but the testimony -

-If your head feels a trifle heavy or dull, i proved him not guilty and he ] '
the breaking of trees blowing
and
Money saved is made. Comein ] -If digestion seems even a little slow, I was discharged. S. money down of fences, and in some places -If Heartburn, Belching, Colic or Restlessness the principal prosecutng: witnesses, i:
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washing the ground ,into great gul-1 and as soon as court adjourned and all' J, '

and let us make lies. But its traces are now .about obliterated begin to show themselves. I had reached the sidewa'k Ryan pro- !L LMR.

you some money. and the value of the abundant -I That's: the time to eat a Cascaret. I ceeded to get- revenge on Cohen. He L Malt Whiskey'

/Don't imagine the Cascaret ineffective gave him a blow that felled him tc .,

rain is now.visible in the won because it is pleasant to eat as Candy.It I I I the ground and the blood flowed copi- B. G OBIJNQEE

derful growth of all farm products. acts as pleasantly as it tastes. It is as I I ously. Officers interfered before fur Is em absolutely pure, gentle and invigorates stimulant and tonic, builds np the nerve -

But a small area was sown in oats, ther damage could be done and Ryan tissues, tones up the heart, gives .power to.tho brain, strength and elasticity to the
congenial to your Bowels as it is to your muscles and richness the blood t mto action all the vital it iakeidigestion
and mostlygathered before the !.I was placed: under arrest for assault. to brings
TAJIDARD [0181116' 0 Palate. .i. He pleaded guilty at once to the perfect and enables you to get
storm. Sugar cane, in which the from the food you eat all the nourishment i'tj e
It stimulates the muscular lining of the charge! and was held tQ the criminal LFi
for overworked
It is invaluable
,
it contains.
Grand' Ridge section exce .Q's all other j
Bowels and Intestines so that they mechanically court for trial men, delicate women and sickly children. 1' -
THIESEflBU1LD1IIG parts of the state was somewhatlate extract nourishment from the food and Later a peace warrant was issued It strengthens and sustains the system, is a t
in the planting, and the oYj for hm: upon complaint of. Cohen and promoter of good health and longevity, '
drive out the waste. he was again arrested.Pat' makes the old young and keeps! the young ..j
I
weather of May contributed to slow strong. Duffy's Is the only whiskey that has ,.
;- : I ,: Pharr, colored. and Emma '
growth but Just what was necessaryto been recognized as ajmedlcine., Shis is aguarantee. ;
I Ir ETdridge, white, were held to the : ,
-- produce stooling out and now thereis The only way to have Cascarets ready to criminal court upon the charge of < ;

1 OSCAR E. MAURA, in general a magnificent stand use precisely when you need them is to lewdness. aianiie Barrs, white, was substitutes.BEWARE of Unscrupulous dangerous Imitations dealers,mind.and ;:

STOCK AND BOND BROKER. r PARENTS[ S SHOULD l and the growth is splendid. The carry them constantly in your pocket, as tried and discharged. ful of the excellence of this preparation, ''
Stocks. Bonds and Securities Bought and Sold. do a Watch or a Lead pencil. I will try to sell you cheap Imitations and
Cohassett Co., are largest growers, you
12 E. Government St. P. O. Box 154 Recorder's Court malt whiskey substitutes which are put .
and manufacturers having about a The ten cent box of Cascarets is made 'The recorder had an even dozen -defendants on the market for profit only and are -i.

hundred acres. Judge Porter i is, next thin, flat, round-edged, and small, for this before' him in the municipal positively harmful. Look for the trade.

White Barber Shop : 5 SEE[[ S SCHOOLS in list of growers and has last none -precise purpose.Be -- court yesterday morning for trial. Ol be mark certain the "Old the seal Chemist over,"the on the cork label is and un t \.
of his confidence in the future of this .
very careful to get the genuine, made this number three cases were con- broken. All druggists and grocers or dl

TV white barbers, formerly of 35 great staple, as the leading indus- only by the Sterling Remedy Company and lined: one sentence suspended: one rect, $1.00 a bottle. fledJcal booklet free.
try of the future, in this section of defendant discharged, and fines Duffy's Halt WhIskey Co,Rochester,N. Y. :
Pa.afox
S. St. No.
are now located at never sold in bulk. Every tablet stampedILCCC.I
the state.
S E. Government St., next to Western amounting to $36 imposed upon the N. COLORING Distributer.
Mr. I. .P. Stone, four miles south, remaining unfortunates. i
Union
f FRIDAY is. anrf has been, for many years, one: I' -
of the most successful cane growers,' I ANCIENT ROME
and making as fine syrup as the best i FREE TO OUR READERSI
I is merely a of
COTTRELL now memory the past.Ballard's ,.
,
in the south. He made last year from! !
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. : It has been arranged to mail free a Snow Liniment is the family -
and three-fourth ((1%) thir
acres
one beautiful little liniment of the I
French-designed GOLD-
Pensacola.- Fla., : Supt. Cook Asks Them to Call teen Your hundred correspondent gallons of surveyed fine syrup.the' pretty PLATED colors, a box handsome, bard-enameled ornament in ', tury. A positive cure twentieth for Rheumatisra cen- THINGS SUMMERY. f

-- I most liberal offer ever made, and we Burns, Cuts, Sprains Neural
WATCHES AND CUT GLASS and Inspect Work of ground, and bought and handled mostof want every reader to have one. Ten gla, etc., Mr. C. H. Runyon, Stan i
the syrup. He is now figuring on cents in stamps is asked as a measure I
Something Swell in Gold Jewelry.W. taking charge of the "Maggie Lu" ot good faith and to cover cost of Cas- berry, Mo., writes: "I have"used ; Every household needs some of. these things. :; :
carets with which this dainty box is Snow Liniment for Rheumatism and i
A. Gahlenbeck, 213 S. PaSafai! St. Pupils.Supt plantation here, ancl going into cane. loaded. all pain. I can't say enou'gh in Hi! Remember, you can Buy Now, Pay Later.
growing on a larejscale, in which I Send today be sure'to mention this .
will be paper and write your address plainly. ; praise. Sold by all druggists. I : 4 -
caseanother syrup factory Address *
Sterling Remedy Company
TURTON & BELL N. B. Cook, of the county built. i Chicago or Aew York.GOTMONEY. 731 I : REFRIGERATORS, *

PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. schools, has issued the following Your correspondent has never -- COOPER TAKEN '

Kodak Supplies.\ Finishing for Amataurs. notice to parents such a late acreage of corn seen! PORCH ROCKERS AND CHAIRS, I
: and never so luxuriant in growt

To School Patrons.Pt of such large promise. ,It-is.ngw fca-j', RACK K Kf TO NEW ORLEANS 'i PORCH SAADDS, '

R. K. WHITE, nacola. June 26th, 1906-; ginning to ear and can scarcely ..fall. $

Watchmaker. Manufacturing Jeweler. and Graduate Patrons of the citrpublic schools: to be a good crop. 7 'I'II YOUNG: MAN, C PTU'R'E\D\ HERE, : : WINDOW SHADES, any size, :
Optician./ 30 S. Paiafox Street Pensacola. Fia.TerselyTOld On Friday, the 29th inst., the public I The first car of water melons was .
schools of thi will be shipper on Friday last. and large RETURNS TO COMPLETE, HIS
city open
BABY CARRIAGES and GO-CARTS :
:for tie reception.of visitors from.. f{9:30to"lir3Ta }: shipments: will.be made this ,week butthecroaCreageISflODe&r -f FRGMiTHAJCONCERN' TERM IN THE. PRISON' i ,
so large.1 -
of i
( : m ; and specirneirts : i
THERE.Ererett MOSQUITO BARR.
work done by the pupils in ea'h as In former years- For the pasUflve .

grade in these schools will be ready seasons Grand Ridge shipped more : -
melons than allthe other stations OA Cooper, the young maa,,
Mrs J E. Bowman, of McBavid, was for inspection.It the P. & A. division combined.The who captured by Marshal Schitl(! last
shoppmg! in the cty: a few days this is hoped that parents and our [ week after af Ii I ;
w.ek.Mr.. citizens generally for the sake .of tie Jones Saw Hill Co. ars run- having been liberty for MARSTON&QUINA i
I .
I children and encouragement of the on full time, and turning out some i I nearly twq years since his escapefrom'

A. :I. McCallum, of teachers who have labored so faith- fine lumber, most of which go'es toi' the parish prison in New Or- :
tin!! is m the city this rcKinnoIl-1 fully during the past school year for the Pensacola market Henry Haven| leans was yesterday taken into cus- i t 108/110 S, Paiafox St. Phone 148 Pensacola, Fla
has sold his interest in the saw mill, tody by Captain Merideth and returned eZ. .
,Iudgt' Frances \Iarian.l the advancement of the young peopleof One Pensadian Who Came Out .................. .....
B. Carter, of :: of and his residence and will remove to to New Orleans. Captain .................b..44+. 444 4
little
devote
city, will a
our
..
na, will be
in his office at the court Merideth -
Fla. his former home. was accompanied by AssIstant -- "
Lee, -
work
their time In inspecting the donein Even \With the Colonization
!'louse for several days, where he will these schools.Cthisderable Our people expected to have a celebration District Attorney Trainer, who need have no terrors for you .'

uear cases in chancery. j jI sums of money are here on th 4th of .July but had come to the city for the purposeof WASH DAY if send washing to
.1.I It McLane of Geneva, Ala., is in! spent each year in operating these rave it up because of 'the condition1of : Scheme. taking part in any legal proceedings : you your :

'h.. cIty on a short business visit. I rchools and our people ought to be, the amphitheatre and speakers,; that might be instituted to free The New Method Laundry, ;

\\",
<" ''u ('il izpn" of Florala, Ala., is iaa time in investigating the character have stoctf for sixteen years and' D. Hale Wilson has returned from While Cooper is naturally not anxious --__ ___ -.--------- -.-,----- : .
i 'j'u on bus'uess.: these schools. been crowded by interested audi- to return to prison, still he is .
in
of work done. public Arkansas, where he went to have a HOTELS AND SUMMER RESORTS. t.
ences and being uncovered, they are tired of dodging the officers of the .
.I P.Iool'e.: N. B. COOK,
of Milton, is in the settlement with the Frisco and Kansas -
city and to avoid the; and this shown the fact OF TALLULAH.
'>i> .1 shun business : County SuperintendentDON'T now much decayed law, was by NOW FOR THE BANKS THE BEAUTIFUL
"ist. accident City Southern Colonization! Company he out the
-possibility iin Caryville that came openly upon

l ..ft the flavor has not ingitad thai l people a& hereto-'] in which some twelve or fifteen streets in Pensacola upon his arrival. THE LODGE
!
;
just
use Blue RLb-- 7
I who know the in Pensa
Those boy
'. \ :milia tore. | Pensacolans interested themselves
Absolutely pure, goes Don't let your child suffer with I: A most interesting series of meet-; several months cola are in hopes that hs' criminal: An up-to-date Hotel with every convenience that Ingenuity' could suggestor
ilar as other kinds, and the that cough when you can cure it with j jBaIIard's li-gs were held last week at which! ago. career has ended and. that when he money command, will be open June the 10th. For rates, etc., addresS
tU' Ribnon F.avor" h will be remembered that the representatives -
Is perfection. Horehound Syrup a sure taken j! from bell! mend
time fourteen members were is released prison
of this colonization company J. C. S. TIMBERLAKETALLULAH
cure for Coughs Bronchitis, Influenza in on examination and two by letter, his ways and lead a better life. .
Croup and Pulmonary Diseases. and at the close of the meetings, on: gathered up several thousand LODGE. GA. :
LAUNDRY LINES. dollars of Pensacola money representing ..... r
bottle and try it. M. '-- '
of
Buy a Friday night an organization .
the enterprise as be'n'g a part of ;
B. B. Laughter, Byhalia, Miss., formed
E. church South was witnja .
If ton got too much bluing in the rinsing writes: "I have two children! who had membership of twenty-two. Mr. W. the Frisco raoad system and en- .-

\\ltt'r.: put in a little household am- I tried many different reme- chosen Stewart.!! gaged in settling up the Red River
croup. J. Sngletary: was THE BEAUTIFUL SAPPHIRE COUNTRY
ttoiua valley. As soon as the railroad company -I
dies, but I must say your Hore- They wi1{ occupy the Presbyterian! Heart
learned of these
In laundering: : embroidered linens the hound Syrup is the best Croup and church for some time. j representationsit "THE LAKE REGION OF THE SOUTH."
promptly repudiated the
*l> ':1. will stand out beautifully if Cough medicine I ever used." Sold Rev. J'. W. Roseborough, synodical! concern

tor.. :iff ironed on several thicknesses by all druggists. evangelist.will begin a series of meet-I!! but and not disavowed until several any connection Pensacolians with had:it,I PalpitationIndigestion

01rkisli: toweling. ings in the Presbyterian. church on I became interested to the amount of ELEVATION FROM 2,250 TO 5,000 FEET.

it 1 'iiTc are any pencil marks on theI KITCHEN ODORS. Sundav July 1 returned about.$350,00 each in the colonizationcompany's Goregous *Mountain Scenery: three magnificent lakes, countless
;W. J. Singletary has' Just causes the stomachto
""raxthem carefully with a rub- scheme.By beautiful waterfalls, pure and bracing air; trout fishing in streamsand

1 !-*'!' before the linen goes into I Some Precaution to Be Taken With beginning legal procedure, Mr. expand-swell and puff up lakes, boating, bathing, horse back riding, driving, mountain

tij. ..t t., Hot water will set them Cooking Vegetable. THE DOCTOR'S WIFE Wilson succeeded in getting the con- agamst the heart This crowds climbing and all Indoor amusements

....1 I<-1' ;'1''r It' of removal. 00-1 One of the things that housewiveshave cern to repay what money he had put the heart and interferes with
contend into it and now the whole I FIVE CHARMING HOTELS. = '
to with, particularlythose thing is
\ "'" -\y natiron, weighing seven ore fr Agrees With Him About Food. its action causing shortness cf
'" I who-live In apartments, are the *4 "In the tied up in the courts and wfiat the INN Lake Toxaway, FAIRFIELD INN, Lake Fairfield -
1 I' nuts, will do better work if it i A trained nurse says: practice breath, palpitation of the heart fOXAWAY ,
h j. >-Mil over the clothes once with aM odors that will penetrate from the of my profession I have found TO, other victims of the scheme get out now open. I H. AIKEN, Man opens Jlly 1. W. H. & C.

tl M IJ' pressure than a lighter ]. kitchen Into the other parts of the I many .points in favor of Grape-Nuts' of the it is one of those things which only ager. Special rates during June. A. MARTIN, Managers.

U\II: liuu-itNlly passed over the clothes f house even when observing the utmogt' food that I I unhesitatingly recommend j!;I future can disclose.. etc.Kodol SAPPHIRE INN, Lake Sapphire,

t, I .r throe times. care.Much it to all my patients. THE FRANKLIN, Brevard, opens now open. HUGH WILLIAMS,

\ of this sort of thing can be "It is delicate and pleasing to the I July 1. LAMBORN, Manager, Manager.
from trip to
1 firebrick is more satisfactory: a ten days Cincinnati: I
avoided If is taken. essential In food for thei Dyspepsia Cure
precaution (an
is ."' proper palate and some other points in Ohio, com of Mt
.hfl! stand than the ordinary THc LODGE, Summit Toxaway, now open. MRS. PATTON,
all :
pi, .. I For instance, with some vegetables, sick) and can be adapted to ages, bining business and pleasure. CRISP .
'' !'UiKree; cast iron which not .'i such as turnips, onions, cabbage and being softened with milk or cream, Mrs., Lula B. Slngletary and two DIGESTS WHAT TOU EAT Manager.The
oniy IUhnJot! ,( the air to the bottom of the I babies or the aged when deficiency' hotels are modern, and are noted for perfect service.. .Address
!iron the sort whose odors are strong, there for children have lately returned from an
hut Conducts the heat from it. I I hotel for rates. .
mastication either
impossi-
Is one precaution that can be taken. of teeth renders extended visit to her sister, Mrs. Joe takes the strain off the heart m
n"'I1 I '
;; iiuufonductor of heat, the brick and that Is to soak them for several ble. For fever patients or those oa Loranz, at Jackson Ala. and contributes nourishment, For descriptive booklet: and genera) information address

retains tic heat in the smoothing iron. hours before they are put on the fire liquid diet I find Grape-Nuts and albu-tl Mr. John W. Porter, wife and three strength and health to everyorgan JOHN C. BURROWES, Pres.,

In weak cold salt water, when much of men water very nourishing and re little boys of Birmingham, Ala., spent of the body. Relieves Indigestion rhe Toxaway Hotel Co.

Paring Potato. I the essential .oils will be thrown off, freshing. This recipe is my own ideal ten days with his parents and old Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach Special rates at Toxaway Inn during June. Lake Toxaway N. C. j
The and Is made as follows- Soak a tea- friends for his home the
foolish! leaving on
practice of paring pota- \
tots rising to the surface in a sort of scum. spoonful of, GrapenNuts in a glass of train. Will Belching, Gas on Stomach, IKJ&fV;:'1. '::-'. 'J""""", >-= ;' ""'rn.s."m: raw1LMi 1
holds a
>IS 'cot only a waste of time, but a Friday evexig
Allow vegetables to come to a boll In ,_. ,
1\:1St. of I water for an hour, strain and serve tine position and draws a good salary and all Stomach troubles. ---- -- -
The best potatoes. A horrible waste. the salt water, then. skim very' clean. : with the beaten white of an egg and a js au ';.tor in two of the largest Iron
part of the potato is pared A dash of cold w.ater-wlll throw up an- : flavoring.'
.
air niid spoonful of frut: juice or companies In. the mineral belt and WANTED
th.t\ thrown away in the garbage- other scum, and this can be taken off This affords a great deal of needed a rest and found it in the old Denora, Iowa. t

nO t part of the potato, mind you; as the other. Cook all such vegetables ment that even the weakest nOIriSb-I home with the many friends of his Three ago I was afflicted
years
'Wly a part of the but the To Buy Their Supplies From t
best potato, uncovered as'the lid baa the tendencyto can assimilate without any distress. .j youth. with so much that .
indigestion
)Mrt The outside of the potato, strengthen the odor tenfold. "My:: husband is a physician and he] Robert Bradley one of our most exemplary -
USU:1I1: lv pared off.contains all the nltrog- Another cause of odors is'stale grease uses Grape-Nuts himself and orders it young men. has taken a I was in continual pain. After PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY r ;

ei.tw 01 tissue building properties of that has been left on the stove from many times for h's patients. clerkship with the Porter GroceryCo. eating my heart was affected

ttJl' "otatfc It is altogether the most I previous cooking. This' Is most offensive "Personally 3 regard a dish of Grape- ., and will also act as assistant and I had smothering sensations.Two 502 S. Baylen St. Phone 570. ;

I I. eI1I !iwrt of t potato, and yet this but can easily be guarded againstby Nuts with fresh, or stewed fruit as the past master. bottles of Kodol cured me. Repairs-Remodeling-Installing Light Plants Anywhere.
>t.III'Uy what I ideal breakfast for anyone-well or Mrs.:: Rubie Bradley formerly Miss
is
: pared off in a ruth- the stove cleansed after each ALBERT LAMM. "' ,
having .
1-, .
sick." Name Postum': Co., sick'at the homeof -
given by quite
Way and! thrown out This not Vessels that have been used for Jones, is now ttNV--N\NVV..v--
meaL -
ui l'i Battle Creek, }lich..In one mile south of N' ,
takes hours and hours of time should be her parents g A dollar bottle coaUIa 2%
t'\'r wett cooking strong vegetables any case of !stomach trouble, town. Her many friends are solicitous times u much :ks the trial of SOe.
from the home. but filches In soda water until the : JUST RECEIVED, ONE OLID CARLOAD OF WINDOW GLASS,
left to .soak.
trOtn the nome nervous prostration or brain fag, a I for her recovery. the. Prepared at Laboratory of
foad.: a jjreat deal of. wh'olelOlt. time comes for washing. This will obviate 10 "days trial of Grape-Nuts will work The annual family reunion of the &CDeWkI&CO.ChkJiOU.SA.SOLD : ONE SOLID CARLOAD OF ClARY'S MAGNESIA ROOFING, 2000 I

usu1 The potato"pared In the the. difltcnAy_Another simple. wonders toward nour'shIngand. rebuilding Bevis family. at Bascom, on the i
way: WHITE CEDAR POSTS. EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEBUILDING.
tarrh.; eo1tains"E'ry little else but deodorizer Is to burn quickly a bit of and in this way ending the fourth of July seems now to be the : : L
but boiled with the skin on it which trouble "There's reason" and trial in prospect, for the
( > vspaper, 'straw or excelsior, a biggest gathering BYHooton's
torf1on ntalns not only starch, but a large with the wind ws open, will drive out proves: next national natal day. Judge Porter f Phone 11. H- G. DeSILVA & CO. : i

1 cf nitrogenous: matter.-Mediea! !Look in pkgs. for the famous little! bas been invited to respond to the I &
disagreeablejodors.. Pharmacy
For( th Home. any Road welcome. ."
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THE PEN8ACOLA; JOURNAL, W.SP/IESDAY MORNiNG. JUNE ,,27, 1908 -

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Letter Legal 'Idverlisemgnls

@bt: it1tatoa! Jmt"'Jd I *fi AN ABSURDITY OF- \ '" ** Washington" AN ORDINANCE.

%_. :THE: QUARANTINE. ', TO.be entitled "An Ordinance :r .,
Special ?
7 b :-' [ prpondenC5JSo 'r to William A. Blount ,
:
cena
: "
I
Mobile Register. far ten states have declined the ) :
_
,
-- -- Lru-- -I. _J -Lr--1.rrn--- 4- # of Lots Twenty-four and Teat, n"!
"* Invitation sent out by Assistant vSecr of Block Thirty-four of the \\_:I!

DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. 4 HH",* tary of War Oliver to send som of Front of the City of Pensacola ". r

: their national'gnafd organizations into BH IT ORDAINED BY THE M.V,

PUBLISHED CVERY/MORNING EXCEPT ;MONDAY An Interesting case was brought, to camp,with the regular troops this sum ,5 1OD25&T AND BOARD OF ALDERMEN ,,5

the attention of the board by a letter, mer. Colorado ,has declined because THE CITY OP PEXSACOLA

...B Y... the is much-scattered about Sec. 1. That the ._
from D. B. Penn, theagent of the Mc- guard tog( : Mayor w c

the state to admit of easy concentration. Clerk are hereby directed to ex", ,:
Kay Steamship Company, which
opev
THE JQURNAL COMPANY., ates: the _steamship Clinton between The'trIals'for murder of the labor June Sale at Its Height ; and deliver to William A Bmy'l

it deed in fee simple, withou
leaders in Idaho have made prudentfor : w-z*'
wu1.n ct ux-s fL t JW --- '
yr New Orleans and Havana. The Clin ., the anthoritiearto retain the entire Lest forget! Only few days more of Kress' Great June from the City of Pensacola '.- -' 'v ,
FRANK L MAYES. PrtslcUnt end G.n.'.l Manigtr. ton arrived at Quarantine Station two force limits of the you portions of lots ThentioTwentydye '!- ....'

;nJJ u-u-u-u-Lru-tLrrJu1n-u u-u uuuJ. ._'__________ ___ ___ _" ____ days ago from Havana via Tampa.; It state of readltor militia within:- uprising the agatost Sale 'of the prettiest and daintiest summer fixings ever offered. of Block Tb r:\.'' ? J.
I any It's a sale extraordinary of embroideries, fancy collars, laces anda the Water Front of the C.::, .., P.-'

MEMBER THE" ASSOCIATED PRESS. seems that she was not fumigated before the legal authorities. the ,myriad of other light 'trimmings. Our toilet articles are most sacola as have not heretou; .' :r-c.,,
that that experience -
from Havana and California
departure reports '
__ jAru- seasonable.All : conveyed to the said W, "
w -w jiinjt -n '
-- --- "
she took sixteen passengers. who were of the state troops in guardingSan BJount (by the Commjss-_, ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.. debarked at Tampa, ana1 that she was Francisco and other places devas-, the values are from two to five times greater than anywhereelse pointed and acting under :-"'- :> :

*5 rot fumigated at Tampa. She arrived -,tated by earthquake and fireand the in town. the legislature of the State o" : '
ODe year..s 00 One Month ....;* ....... '
I Six Mouths............... 2 SO One Wek..e* ... "> in the Mississippi and wag detained her expense to which the state has been We can make these sensational offerings 'because we buy the entitled "An Act to Grant ;< :.' ".

Three Months..... .*..... 1 25 Weekly Edittoa per 3rer..Sl. OC quarantine by Dr. Thomas.for the full He six placed days. The In put make It inexpedient to Join the output of entire factories ; do our own importing; buy straight from Front" of tha City of Pens' .. :'- V

,-- w -- -, w __ r-uuij.uv Jun r1AJWWLlJ -J agent asked that the ship be allowed, regular camping. the manufacturer without paving tax to middlemen and,jobbers.; jd'a, approved: June 2, 1&99 -
ment the ttt ':
to said bj thtllam .
The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed to coma up the river. The board decided White House House Expenses.White for the. fiscal Our saving is your gain !f And in just such values as these: A. Blount of the> sim.- ''' p ,,.
with expenses
that as she ,had complied Dollars
Hundred ($500.00)
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. the federal and state regulations she year ending June 30. 1907. will be fully Passed June 14th 1906.
,
,,-- -- -UWL WflMflt JJ WJVWJL W1J1 WW would have to remain the full six twice as large as for any previous year Thursday,9am. Approved (June 18, 190i)

0I days in quarantine.-(Report of the except 1903 when the mansion was re CHAS. H. BL' -vS.

Offices, 108 and 110 East I Papers on Saleon Tralfc Louisiana State Health Board Meet- modeled. Tba sundry civil appropriation PICTURES-SPECIAL SALEAn 'r..'-'Of
in. bill carries $113,000 for these'ex-
Government. Phone 38. and at all News Stands. Attest:
,. Here we have illustrated the quar penses, of which $35,000is for extraordinary unusual combination of artistic gilt frames and C. E. MERRITT
.
-J-Lr---.j-- -- --- sntine method in us most peculiarand repairs and refurnishing and Clerk.

absurd form. The' Clinton is $2 ,OOO for traveling expenses of the chosen fruit fish and game subjects, fourteen in number
PENSACOLA FLORIDA WEDNESDAY _MORNING. JUNE 27. 1900. closely guarded. She is put into
-
president his 'attendants and invited AN ORDINANCE
quara.ntineShe is held there full six regular $1.00 pictures-25 cents.Thursday .
guests. This new Item, which Is with- To provide for the conf .', ,,'.
I from the time of her ,.
days departurefrom
American Fishing Rights I phenomenal, greatly exceeding, t,of Havana.; No yellow fever patient out precedent Is to relieve the presi- .V concealed weapons unlawful'!: a' ,

I any previous perioa1 of her history. and no infected steg myia has dent from the embarrassment of accepting Be it ordained: by the1': ,- ,.

N Should Be Defined lias free trains from railroad com 11 a' m. Council of the City of PensaC'' ,
< Every line of business felt the Impetus the least chance of escaping the vigilance .
That '
Section 1. ani !
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Press dispatches from Vera Cruz I imparted by a greatly enlarged of Quarantine Officer Thomas.It panies. V found or about ?- '-,-' .'
j is admirable system and has our The appropriation for the White weapon on .
convey the Information that American: population. Tracts of land an Japanese Trays l arrested for the violation of ,': :
approval, except that five days' detention House last year was $53,000. The furnishings .
noticed in that five barren of the City of Pensaco ,
fishing vessels have 'been years ago were all I ance *
think
would- we meet of the were new in
mansion .
Mexican waters and that Mexican war wastes are now occupied by residences reasonable demands; but the whole 1903 and are now somewhat worn. We could put a twenty-five-cent price on these handsome trays taken possession: of by rn. .' ,,
arrest turn- '
vessels have the smacks under sur- and it has been difficult for proceeding is like the locking qi. the! New Furuiihiiigs Seeded. and not overcharge you-but we won t. : him making to the the City Marshal and wh..: c., i, '.

will probably make other building operations tokeep with stable door after the horse has been! Antimony embossed metal trays thirty-six rare designs useful for pins : '
;yeillance and pace Colonel C. S: Bromwell superintendent tain the same until after th -':

4 seizures in the near future. the demand for houses. stolen. Observe that sixteen passengers of public buildings and grounds in buttons trinkets ashes or matches. Wonderfully artistic twenty ve-; such person, and, 4f six-h i> --..- .

from Havana got off the Clinton I in the cent ,.;lues..f.! ...... .... .. .. ........ .... .... .... ........ : toe shall be forfen
need convicted
The question of the right to fish Taking all these things into consideration at Tampa, Florida one day. out of itemizing the for repairs (

in waters of the Gulf of Mexico is it is rather difficult to be- Havana! And while the vigilant: White House before the house appropriations City of Pensacola, and thr1"' "
committee said shall sell the same at pun: < '.1'
:vitally important to the cities on the lieve that the. returns are anywhere Thomas has his eye clapped upon the I : Friday,9am. under the direction of th.. !H ,. :
"With It
the appropriation
Clinton in, the Mississippi river quarantine : -I requested ,
Gulf of the United States and accurate far this is in>
coast near as as city Public Safety and account : dover
any one of the sixteen pas' Is intended to practically refurnish, repaint .
the jurisdiction of 'Mexico should be concerned. The population of Pensa sengers from Havana may be walkingthe and repair the whole first floor of KRESS' CROCKERY SLOP-JAR the proceeds thereof a- ,,

) settled without unnecessary ,delay. cola is at least 25,000 and a careful streets of New Orleans! By the the house. The: public receptions.:and SALE of be fines acquitted collected! said;weapon but if =.')-in.,:: t.,it-- :

Pensacola alone has thousands of dol. enumeration would undoubtedly Tampa route a traveler from Havana the public passing through those rooms The Maa.
turned to him. -
:
lars invested in the industry and if demonstrate that fact. could get to New Orleans ahead of have soiled them, and the tapestry and 25 cents keep In his office a remn, o- -
Jhe steamer, or, say within forty- .
the smacks sailing from this port are furnishings have become 'Worn and weapons forfeited as afo:,oi>a:d '
$1.00.KRESS1
eight: ,hours after he left Havana. The yet-Worth .
should be replaced."I ,
not allowed to fish In the waters of '!According to the statistics of tu? This is no new thing, of course. shall show the disposition '
estimate that In the east for
Campeche bay as they have done !in United States Fish Commission, a to- The Register has complained of it room each. .
-,'-
washing ceiling and painting with CHILDREN MUSLIN UN- Section 2. That all o- : > 5
time and again. We did hope that
the past it will result in serious loss tal of 1,759,475,0I38 food fishes were ,
ere this we would have uniform ma- three coats of oil paint and everythingof and parts of ordinances ir, n--,,'
to the business of this port to say. hatched and distributed by the Bureauof rine quarantine, so that the absurdi- that kind $3,600 is necessary and for DERWEAR SALE. herewith be and the same a-? L'

{ nothing of the loss to the individual Fisheries during 1905K as compared ties complained of could, bs done replacing draperies, regilding cornices Misses Muslin drawers, plain hemstitched hemstitched repealed.

owners of the vessels. to 1,267,343,025 hatched ana dIstributed away with but the president seams and mirrors, reupholstering and regild- Section 3. That this oj'1.1shall :
ruffles and lace with two tucks. Also childrens take effect immediate: 14-\ .:.
From the statements of the men on in 1904. In previous years to be in no haste to sign the quarantine Ing furniture $5,6CO Is necessary. ,

board the smacks from Pensacola, Mobile the distribution has been as follows: bill, and we still are waiting for The Blue and Red Rooms. Cambric waists with sewed pearl buttons i passage Passed and June approval.14th 1906.
The
uniformity.
our promise! quarantine
and Galveston which were captured .I 118 173,660,083 fishes; 1890 370,548- officer of Louisiana must continue "In the blue room $1,300 is necessaryfor Approved June 18, 1906.
washing and painting the ceiling 10 cents :
: and taken to Vera Cruz, it would 000; 1895. 619,915,852; 1899, 1,056,371- to act the sleuth and to gaze I CHAS. H. BLI5-

seem that the Mexican government has 898; 100{)._1,164,446,75-1; 1901, 1,173.-, with wise e>-es' upon steamers tied and J3.SOOfor walls replacing and upholstering draperies,and recovering Very Special and worth 25 cents : :Ma: )
V
ted in rather 883,462; 1902, 1.4 5,543,374 and 1903 to posts at quarantine knowing full Attest:
a a high handed manner regildIng the furniture."In MBREITT
well the while that : the damage C. E. ,
!
and under the circumstances the j1i26,057.4'l fishes. In 1890 it cost threatens from quite a different quarter the red room we estimate $2,30 X\ FridaylOa.m.KRESS j Clerk.

United. States would be justified in at (436 to hatch and distribute a million namely, from Tampa. How long for rcplicuig' draperies, regilding cornices .

*, least demanding that the governmentof fishes but the work has been so is this sort of fo"I. ; lshness;, to be tolerated and mlrrtfs and. reupholstering AN ORDINANCE J
? furniture andvfnHhe green' room for BEANBAKER SALE To amend Section Four Hn--:
Mexico: ajudicate the' cases immediately thoroughly studied and systematized .
I reupholstering furniture $400 will be : and Forty-two (442)), of ArucV >
in order that who that the cost million was reduced 10 cents (o- _
its citizens per needed.: In, the lobby, main hall and Chapter (18). of the Coae: 01
GREED NATIONAL SIN.
are Interested in the fishing business'Ito ?223 in 1905. ushers',office $3.200'will be used. Extra Large"Worth 40c ; ances of the City of PensacolaBE .
BY THE MOAND
ORDAINED
may know exactly what their rightsare "i addition that It is to IT .
The initial number of The Santa Her. Dr. Wylle Says America Mast ? tq necessary COUNCIL OF THE Cm -
in the premises. Repent or Be I/ost. put a,new tin,,roof on the entire house PENSACOILA\

It has been stated that the" cases., Rosa, Star, published at Bagdaa', has "America must 'eltherrepent and at a cost of $3CDO. Then lt is necessary Saturday a. m. That Sction: Four Hundrd and *

would hang fire in the Mexican courts reached The Journal's exchange turn lo' God or her doom !is' sealed," declared to 'replace tbe pavement in the two (442), Article (3) of Chapter .

for severin years before being finally. table and is fully
; The publication is issued by The Santa the pulpit of the Scotch PresbyterIan In front of the house in front of the of Pensacola, be and the same ;> -
a disposed of, and it has even been intimated rand to resurface the to read fo :"" .
test as
Rosa. Publishing .Company,*and J. church in Ninety-sixth street, roadway-$1,600, by amended, so as
that the decision in the case'shad New York the other night roof of the east terrace, 5000. 10 cents yard vz-Sec.: 442. Any person w' -
T. Mapoles well known in' West
already been settled upon. If thisIs Florida journalistic circles is editor "The development of our country," "In addition Ithat.it will be neces- This is the biggest single ribbon purchase .we have gages the services of any -p. '

true it represents a form of Justice be continued '''has. been marvelous, sary to make certain changes in the licenced vehicle, with 'me-

that is anything but acceptable, to a and manager. The Star is an eight and God has prospered us greatly. It east terrace in order to make It more ever made. Every yard pure silk and very wide-,worth; I I defraud, or cheat the 0wner. or':",'.
of the ;" :
of such vehicle out ra <
page four column publication. all la the richest in the world. The convenient to handle large crowds at : ,
country 75c .
citizen of this enlightened country up to yard.Turnover I lished by ordinance for such ,I rand '
home print, and compares favorablywith mania for more money has become uni- receptions and the'estlmate on that is V .
intent !'J- -
and it should form the basis for diplomatic who with such
any weekly publication in West versal among us. The desire for wealthis 5000. rate at the time >,;. n .-

representations to the Mexican Florida. The Journal wishes it sac-! a passion, and the dollar is the national Millions In Flsbln I Taffeta turnover i Silverware Lancaster French vices pay such are rendered, if demam': I.' ; .-

government The matter should not cess. god. The pulpit and the pew A total of $66,230,000 worth of prod- Collars coUrs with: Uk emI' grey finish table therefor shall be punish :. V '

be allowed to drop just (because the the rich and the poor they all want ucts were taken from the waters and I ubridery k white'blue, silver-very artistic patterns in grapes not exceeding twenty .' I
sold United'*States fishermen In the black and pink...... ........ ...IOC i I '
Mexican government evidences a dIsposition ......"**"' more. by I and grape leaves. This line of forks, imprisonment no* LV'" >:,! V
"Universal greed is the national sin, year 1905, exclusive of the fisheries in Hair BrUSheS A ; knives by both stl! are and ;;rprisonment '
to be a little bullheaded.The *, 4 fiffij 0 rf \ spoons, sugar-tongs, etc.a In- days or
and the fish
the insular
4. .WW.LIAM J. BRYAN'S and our sins are now finding us out. possessions plain and embossed backs excep- eludes only the best workmanship and attempting

Ocala Banner appears to have GROWING STRENGTH! We have been so disgraced by the exposures taken for home'consumption and by tional value 1 Oc : material. Guaranteed for two years. Any driver or owner charging than or t '
of insurance methods railroad sportsmen. It is estimated that 232,000 to charge more
The. Pensacola $ ,
Journal "on the run"In '
the matter of the sources from methods and packing methods that an persons earn their living yearly on this Ladies' .edlmeofthinasilk I Would cost you treble the money if rates prescribed by Section F,,'
; : Ay purchased at ordinary stores. Thirty-Four <44: I
whence the expenses of the antidrainage .1------ honest man almost shrinks from being industry, which Is estimated as havinga Hundred and Ii'
campaign are paid by insisting called an American. capital of 60,000,000. The total out- Collars 3BWSS3ii3 *"*.. ......eac* MC Four Huntfred and Thirty Five .' ,
Established. s at"d
'Securely \io
again upon an answer to the query so im "The church itself has gone into the put of oysters In. this period is placed colors,white, blue, black,pink...10c I _. _ _ shall be deemed to have t e punished o; .
often asked by the state press: "WhoIs i Mr. Bryan was never more securely universal scramble for mosey, and at 30,000,000 bushels, valued at $15- ordinance, and shall > doi :
putting the dough for Governor,' established; in the leadership of 760,000: Virginia'ranks first in the pro- fine of not exceeding twenty .
,up '
Broward. his drainage campaign?" the democracy than he has been during many of its members are animated by duction of oysters yielding In 1905 Special Candy and Jewelry day aU day or by imprisonment not excei, : ,
of The must fiaimprisonment
the greed money. reform toth such
I his absence from the country. It thirty days or by
And The Journal continues to "sjdestep" 8,500,000 bushels, valued at $3,250,000.
would be an extraordinary event in natIonal begin in the house of God. It will not .AnH KRESSJ"WINDOI
on the proposition. Augus. worth of cod, haddock -
About 7,500,000'
do for the church to membersto : all Ordinance
tine Record.Oh politics if the return of the man permit I Provided That
who helped divide the democratic par steal railroads or to occupy front hake, halibut mackerel, herring I ; parts of Ordinances in conflict., v '"

no. The Journal continues to do ty ten years ago should be the occa- seats while poisoning the food of mil and other well known fish were takenin with be, and the same are her.', W

nothing of the kind. The. Journal Is United States"waters in 1005. -- -... -- -
sion for the -reunion of its warring elements. lions. - on 'them. The only stamp depicting pealed.
and
employ more men and women
neither Governor Broward's keepernor .::" New York World. New Hotel Planned. soldiers is the eight cent denominationof Passed June 14th. 1906Approved .
pay them incomparably better wages June 18, 1906
spokesman and It would not feel't A FUNEREAL DINNER. A strong syndicate composed of business our machinery and equipment are far : the tranamlsaissippi: or Omaha, commemorative CHAS. H BUS
Most Popular Man. purchased the propertyat
men has
called upon to answer such a questioneven superior the scope and functions of I series, which represents Mayor: >
.
I Democrats are right In supposing: Table Draped In Black-Skull at Side the northeast corner of Fourteenth United States
if troops guarc$1Dg.uemf.-
it could. If the Ocala BannerreallY' our institution greatly surpass those of Attest:
for the
(that votes than street and Pennsylvania avenue
Bryan can get more of Each Plate.
like establishment ant we do a grant train. CARL SCHOFIE MERIUTT,
desires information doesIt any C. B.
why
in the democratic and .
cash
any other man Julius Brown, son of the war governor consideration of $300,000.A I V -V
not:direct a polite inquiry to the. populist parties combined. Th/t fact .. 'ot Georgia gave a remarkable fine hotel to cost $400,000 will be vastly work greater in and more useful amountof School For Cabmen. Clerk.
department"To
governor himself. He is usually readyto has been proven twice.-Burlington dinner the other night at Atlanta on erected on the site as soon as plans are every Paris is to have a school for cabmen. County Circur CoState -"
i Enterprise. Honor Naval Hero. j In Escambia
answer questions that are put in the occasion of his fifty-eighth birthday i prepared.The The Anticruelty society and the 'Cab of Florida. In Chancen R.,
The discovery of the body of John
good faith and if the Banner I I the New York Times. There new hotel will be known as the : Owners' association have H Kamba, '
is capable Entitled' to His Reward. says to be Paul Jones nnd its subsequent removal decided on a A. Kimball vs Frank

of putting that kind of a question we I Mr. Bryan has served his probation were twelve persons present, one of 'I the Warwick finest and of Its will size be designed south of New to the soil of the United States have invited plan for elevating' the Jehu's calling for Divorce- On Monday, it" '*'

have no doubt but that it will get a and earned his reward. He can be whom was Governor Terrell. attention to his achievements, fays the New York Tribune. There Is of August, A. D., 1906, the def r

prompt and truthful answer. trusted to take the helm to steer away On the table was, a black velvet I I II York. and when the next series'of stamps are to be a period of instruction and proba- Frank H. Kimball is required V

from the breakers of gang and graft cloth and the dinner cards were black. I Cncle Sam' Printing Office. designed his calm countenance is expected tion.: The youth who aspires to be a pear to the bill filed against bin'

politics having its headquarters in the There was a skull at the side of each "The United States has the greatestand to be depicted on one of the "whip" will receive elementary; Instruction in. This order to be publish

The Census Returns for republican steering committee c4{ the plate, while suspended,from the chandelier best equipped printing office in the I denominations. In the anatomy and pathology each week for eight (8) eon

senate and in the republican speakerand was a huge skull, and beneath it world," says Charles W. Pafflow, who The stamps of the United States of the horse! In harnessing, feeding weeks in The Pensacola Jon' :,

City of Pensacola. his rules committee of the house. on a black pedestal sat the figure of a l has investigated the matter "oneivhlch have War driving and In police regulations. Witb newspaper published in said FA
portrayed
always peace. O
Louisville Courier-Journal. monk draped in black. I can do all the work required for many BO much lore Jehu should lose the attribute County. A. :M. McMillan, : -'
The returns from the census of Es.- gcggestions have never. sound_!_plgce Court- By L. O Aymard
There was on the table a candle for f years to come at the shortest notice. that has won him Biblical fame. cuit

cambia county have reached Tallahassee Enthusiasm Not Surprising. every course of the dinner. With the I, Pensacola, Fla., May 22:: 19ut ', '...
Zima4OTICE. ; L"
'
and', according to a dispatch William J. Bryan is suddenly pushed end of each course a candle was snuffed -' (Seal)

received from there last night the I to the,front as the democratic leader I out, this being continued until no IBI.! mEimmi ri .

population of Pensacola is given as in the coming presidential battle. lights were left on the, table though I
State after state already has. declared those in the comers of,the room'were In re estate of Lizzie W. Fra'ceased. -: '
11,677. The returns for ,the whole I for him. The democratic enthusiasmfor still burning. i Music Loving People Will Tell You ::1 Notice is hereby gl''t': '

county are not yet in shape to be him may not be surprising, but on the 3d day of September ,s,
-
given out. the swiftness 'and spontaneity.,of the Drumming-\tth Ante That they enjoy the tone of our pianos because they are pianos that 1906, I will present administran-final rf '

!From' the figures given- it is apparthat present iPhiladelphia outburst is Inquirer.certainly astonish- Commercial travelers are getting so I stand. There are any number of pianos that are fairly go od at the start my estate accounts to the as Honorable HP; .

a large number of Pensacolians they travel a great, deal by auto and of E-
: when everything is new but a good piano like those we sell, will last a linger, county Judge
.
have been overlooked by the census Not Wall Street Influence. find that that mode. of getting about county Florida and ask ff-

taker as the population of Pensacola The spontaneous demand for Bryan the country 'serves their purpose better r.1 lifetime They are made for everyday usage and will give the best of charge from the admjni: 'r,1"r --

ib certainly 2 ,OOO or more. does not by any means emanate from than any other. There is no waiting satisfaction.Kranich said estate. A. M. McMillan. \

The United States census of 1900 the plutocratic sources of the' east.- for trains, arid the drummer as soon as istrator. f7fel-i8 :

gave Pensacola a population of 17- Memphis Commercial-Appeal. he is through calling on the trade in ; & Bach, Packard Lester and Clutter NOTICE.
one town is ready to jump into his vehicle -
747 and the census of 1890 gave It Where Bryan '1s "Radical.0The and speed, away to his next stop. 1:1 .All good pianos of the highest character. Remember too, that anyone Notice Is hercfey given To f-: -

11,750. an increase of 559.7 per year I democracy of' today with Mr. George. Headman all 'enterprising 5Z: of these may be bought now and paid for on payments made so 'easyyou'll legatees distributees, and a::.

., for' each. of the ten years between :Bryan at its head, is radical only in drummer of Sacramento gets about'in persons having claims or :
fI; hardly notice them. call in and examine them. You D'l'
::. 1890 and 1900. If only the same ratio I its opposition to wrong. It is conser- this way and sends out postal cards Anyway, : a'gainst the estate of Joha .,

o( increase were maintained the'. vative in its historic stand for demo containing a picture of him and hIs ij aie invited to attend our daily phonograph concert. .I ceased, to present from the this sairf rH':" T
cratic principles and democratic In. auto ready for business. He mails -. : two ((2) years
I in 1906 would be "
figures; 21AOS takm
undersigned, who has
stitutions;, in ts championship of that those to his customers' and. tells them Old..t.andLargest 114-116S.Pa'doxSt.'
as shown by the state .. Clutter Music of administration cum t'
against 21,677 House ters
MUSIC House in Phone 15 :
principle, old as the nation, old as the when they can expect him. And by I I
the said estatE.
a census.: (I I sense of justice in the heart of man the way, be seldom disappoints them. 'Florida PENSACOLA '. annexo on rFE1FF'Administrator ,
Tree. B. F.. CLUTTER. JOHN
poring the past five the GEO., W. C. CLUTTER, Sec.
years Equal rights to all, special privilegesto for he finds his auto a good deal more a.

p growtho! !':','Pene&cplavxlias' been .none. Omaha World-Herald.: reliable than tr .ini. -- \' mm June 27th, 1906.cum testamenT:2juue't" .::. .1


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THE PENSACOLA JroURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING( JUNE 27, 1908
, p ., PAGE FIVE -If.
,. .
WBHijW= Mary, Mr. Emory 1.I1SB'Dorothy and f ]

the Best'b What We Sell"Canned baby Martha left last night on :h e Is the joy i the household for without

IPEOPSeen midnight train for Los iAngeles. Cat: B A B Y S It no happiness complete. How
LE where of r
and EVENTS 4 \ friends they saw will them reside.off at the A party station, sweet the picture of mother and babe!

; I with mingled regret at their departure Angels smile at and commend the

ar and good wishes for their happiness :thoughts and aspirations of the mother
"

,t I I Meats Heard and E)one Among Those Who GOt"Come and 1 1nen Mr. 'and on the Mrs.Pacific F.:. M.Cooper coast. an! V 0 I .C E which bending the over expectant the cradle.mother The must ordeal pass through, however .

full
,is so of and
: Best Quality Tarry & Wor and Society, .Here and Elsewhere. have children spe8jjjf Marie r.-and Cooper's Dorothy vacation, wh:: looks forward to danger the hour when suffering she shall that feel she I

: with IMrs.. Benjamin ,Robinson, left: the exquisite thrill of motherhood with indesribable dread and fear.

t I II II E. NELLIE Tuesday noon for their home in Fp-'I Every woman should know that the danger, pain and horror of childbirth .
I' By: BECK. Tettphone 669. shee, charmed with Pensacola, ?ndMr. I be avoided the
handle nothing but they can entirely by, use of Mother's Friend, a scientific .
\v .
\ Cooper specially hi sl
best of canned meats and sxs&a''MBTttnxtt enjoyed liniment for external use only, which toughens and renders pliableparts all
1 ; '.. trips on the gulf and bay. On Sun '
..- guarantee every can that we : ,before the end assists nature in
day morning the 11 o'clock service
? :, if it Isn't right we .stand THAT'DAY in .Christ church they had their its sublime work. By its aid : '
4 ? loss, High grade canned ';I BY'Ella Wheeler Wilcox. 7k e Journal's Daily Fashion Feature. baby Dorothy': christened by Dr. thousands of women have :1 0 T H E R S

"M.-ats.! is Beef one of Ham our specialties.Loaf, Oh, heart of mine, through all those Whaley. passed this great crisis in perfect -
'
4-- \o"t ,perfect.4ays. and without
-.. Ken Loaf, Veal- Loaf, Whether of wnite December or greenlays. Mrs.( Tinsley of Bagdad is visiting. safety pain. ;
: ,iH-heon Beef, Lunch Tongue, J I ) I MrsNJ. G Joyner on East Gregory. Sold at$r.oo per bottle.by druggists. Our book
-P, i 1fHam i Boned: Chicken, I There runs 'a dark thought like a t. of priceless value to all women sent free Address F R I E N" D '
!
HMtiHfi. Turkey, Deviled Chicken, : creeping snake, The Excelsiors will meet with Mrs
.. BRADFIELO REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Om fi
Beef, Corned' Beef
.n : Or like a blae-k. thread, which, by Angus McMillan this afternoon.
*. mprger Steak, Tripe some mistake.Ufe ,
v i 'an Sausage, Corn Beef Hash I has strung through the pearls of Mrs. W. M; Loftin and family are ,
xtd! Cheese Chipped Beef. happy years, now occupying their new summer -p '- -

i A thought which, borders.all my joys cottage on Bayou Texar, near Mr.I I ,
I with tears. > a i ; ,, Brooks and Mr. C..R. Johnson.Mr BEST '

I ;
Some day,' some. day, or you, or I,, : Frank Smith of Warrington,
alone, is entertaining a family vacation i
ROSENAU&GERELDS. Must look upon the scenes we two gathering in his home, there. Miss TOILET ARTICLES !
hare known; May Smith and'Miss A. Breshan of
Must tread the self-same paths we the Providence Infirmary, Mobile, Ala. ;
The Fancy Grocers, two have trod, ., are spending two weeks vacation IMPORTED. .
And cry in vain to one who is with with him. His daughter :Miss Etta is '
Phone 331. Penaacol God home from school in Selma, and? his
To lean down fromthe Silent Realms : little son Sidney from school in Mobile In making our selection of Toilet Soaps, Perfume
and to spend the summer vacation Sachet Powders Face Powders etc., it has been our
say:
with him. aim to tarry only such as we could depend on asbeing'absolutely
love you in the old, familiar way. t
=---- 1"1 pure and true just such as we know
;
,
: Some day-and each day, beauteous Mr. and Mrs. Schallenberg and two our customers would wish to use. This is aa attractive .

though it be- : / sons, Henry and :Martin, have re- lIst. ;. .

Bay ExcursionSTEAMER Brings or closer me; that dread hour for yo 41VP/i/// // ,//j\/ ju more.turned to their old home in Balti- IMPORTED. '


Fleet-footed joy who hurries time 0
Laofier's Atkinson's and Houbigant's
along, :Mr. G. W. Soule of Meridian, Miss., Extracts,
MONARCH Is yet a secret foe who does us but wellToiown in this city and sec Lubin's Extracts and Fine Soaps -

wrong; i 1 tion, will arrive this week to spend Coudray's Extracts, .Soaps, Sachet and Face Powder,

JUNE 29 1906 Speeding us gayly, though he well 1 some time at Mary Esther, but d'Xas: Fiver's Extracts and Sachet Powders,
FRIDAY doth know ,, not expect' to come. to Pensacola. Mulhen's 47H Cologne and Soaps,

Under Auspices of Of yonder pathway where. but one >, iiF t Miss! Stella deGraaf who is a nurse Roger. fi Gallet's Extracts, Violet Waters, Soaps and Face Powder
may go. .. '
,.<,. ," ,; \11 [iu St. Margaret's Hospital in Montgomery .
NAOMI! REBEKAH LODGE No. 10, In addition to this fine list of imported Toilet Articles
Ay, one will go. To go is sweet, I ... is in the city for her vacation a complete list of the "best of American manu
I. 0. 0. F. wis, ->- f. f : the guest of Mrs. J. T. Nygard, facture. The prices are pleasingly low. We invite
Yet God must needs invent some of 22 South'"Donaldson.Mr. you to become one of.bur satisfied customers on the
For Round Trip 35 Cents special bliss 'basis of quality, Quick and polite service.
To make His Paradise seem very : 1' 1 and Mrs. J. M": Cohen returned -.
Tuesday morning from an extended
'
TWO TRIPS To one dear who goes and leaves the other visit to their Daughter: Mrs. w. AM D'AleillberteDRUGGIST

here. .,: ...:-. ;!' i, R. Wolff -Lakeland, La. and are
: again with their daughter Mrs. David
To sever souls So bound by love and ,
time ,' Kugelman. AND APOTHECARYNo.
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Steamer "Monarch" will leave Pal For any one but God would be a '. ,
crime. .... NATTY TAILORED! STYLE.: II Ask for Blue Ribbon Vanilla and 121 S. Palafox St. Telephone No. 109
afox Wharf at 4 and 8 p. m., return ,. say it plain. Absolutely pure. Goes

ing at 7:30 and 10:30: p. m., in time Yet Death will entertain his own, I Amon; all the novel and natty jack a novel little button-trimmed strapat twice as far.QUINCY.
for last ears.j think ets and coats shown this season the the bottom, a trimming which alsoappears
; $******
To one who stays Life gives the gall Eton seems to reign supreme. It is a on the full threequartersleeve. PERSONALAND i >.i
I If the three-quarter sleeves DIAMONDS WATCHES
to drink; style which can be worn by most all JEWELRY, .:

.....>_=>-,:,'___..... !"!U j To There one waits who stays the ,Garden or be it you of or Gethe-me and is exceedingly becoming made are stitched ttecoming cuffs and can be not sewn desired under, long the, SOCIAL NEWS CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSE *:
I like the illustration. This little Eton band below the elbow which does

j We Want the Ladies' .1.1i Oh. dark mane, inevitable anfl awful day jacket ,of black taffeta is tucked on away with the;use of the long elbow STERLING SILVERWARE, f fART
either side of the front the tucks
length gloves. These
little taffeta POTTERY OPTICAL GOODS
When one of us must go1 and ona Soecial To The Journal. |
i stitched only to yoke length and gathered Eton ,jackets are very natty looking,
Of Pensacola to know must, stay. 0.- 'at the.bottom into;> the band.which worn,with a gray or black and white- Quincy, June 26.-On Monday night CUT GLASSWARE. *
extends around the'neck, down the ehecked of last week Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Covington '
cloth sktrt: A
that we are specially prepared I PRETTY FAREWELL AFFAIRSFOR charming finish
with the newest fronts and two inches beyond the to this picture is 'the little outing gave very delightful dance -
LITTLE MISS WASNER. for the members of Mrs. A. L. WI-!
and most modem machinery I gatherings; This band is stitched on hat, which c Jbe,. made at home at '
produced to do all I Miss Clem Ola Wasner left Monday either side and button-trimmed. The very little expanse-a white chip trim- son's house party. Their guests were : Engraving and Fine Stationery.
the family wash, including t for Macon, Ga., where she will enter back is finished with two tucks and med with soft- athi": ribbon and wings. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Curtis Mr. and
+., Mrs. S. T. Williamson, Mr. and Mrs.J. .
both personal and ML de Sales College in September. "
\ household linens. You'llfind 4 .'' '"' '... .> ,S. Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wilson i i
it less Her friends her an enjoyable Miss Dora Sullivan received honorable -mnh lap! -Woman's Home Companion Mr. and Mrs': J. E. Davidson,Mrs. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
too gave
expensive !
for G. M.. Underhill, Mrs. J. L. McFarlin, .
left mention. July. J''
than beach before she ,
think. the
you Ask picnic on
us -
..... Mr. and Mrs. J. L. 'Davidson Mrs
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about it. ;ana! a delightful farewell party at her The three students attaining high i .- Hi
home on West Garden which was est mark ia.English, in each class of Miss Nettie Tapiola and Miss Vera Covington, of Jacksonville; Mrs. R. L. *
prettily decorated for the' occasion.:: : the High School selected to Whitten, of Pensacola Fla., are visiting Munroe, Mrs. Young, Miss Denmark, E. O. f.2 Jewelry Go. .
lovely in ccmpete for the Blount medal, are as Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Luckie, on the Misses: Budd Miss Bodifor'd,Miss ;r:
The Star The dining room was pepper
Steam
MOBILE ALA.REMOVAL
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1 vines and ivy and the parlor in follows: ;|. Brassell street-T. :Montgomery, Adver- Underhill Miss Haynes, Miss Buenna ,..... =
ferns. (Senior class, Miss Flossie Boyer i.. User. '. Crawford: Miss Lelia McFarlin Miss "j'I *>e'ie *s f
vines and potted
Laundry. The popular feature of the eveningwas 1 Miss Occie Clubbs, and Mr. Louis .v ? Jackson, Messrs. Albert Corry, E. C. ..'!
I pinning on the donkey's missingtail. Hannah. 'I j|! : Misg Virginia ,Bennett, of Bennetts- Love T. D. Ellis, R. E. Cantey Lea
r 37 E. SarCen St. Phone 114. ; Everet Welsh got the first prize Juniors-Miss Sadie Fell, Miss Ad'a ville.! La., who recently went home ter Woodberry, Rate Love, Wm. Cur SALE BARGAINSPhonograph
Pentacola FI& j for coming nearest the proper place.It 'White and Miss Erin Robinson. from a visit here, returned Sunday to tis. W. H. Ide, Coby and Menge.
Mr. Charles Overman the Mr. J. L. McFarlin left on Wednes- records at 40 Cents should be an inducement. Ono
.ib... as a china doll, and for once the Sophomores-( bedside of her sister :Mrs. J. H.
: J losers enjoyed the prize as much as Mr. Robert Stout, Miss Maragaret Bickerstaff who is very ill. day for a short visit to Dade City. I' lot of hair brushes with good bristles worth 25 to 50 cents will !be
little Miss Maggie Campbell. i Miss Lula Byrd has returned to her sold for ten to 25 cents. 144 safety pins for 20 cents. One dozen
winner. Pretty
1 the I
Johnson's aim was really as goodas I.I Freshmen-Miss Irma :McDavid I (Miss Willie Ball who was married home in Monticello.The crochet needles for 25 cents. Bargains like these throughout entire
: Everett's but donkeys are frisky Miss Verna Teny and Miss Katie in this city about three weeks ago to Misses Katherine and Elizabeth stock. Hurry up for the biggest bargains.
Caro. In this Mis McDavidhas Mr. Budd, of Monticello! are the guests of
and must have turned clear round for grade H. C. Thomas has arrived at her Coe's JBook.store.rI..235. .
she landed on his noe, ans>.5.' receiveda ranked first in English with Miss future home in Miami after spendinga Mrs. George Munroe.Mr. .
socks. Terry a close second throughout th<5 short time at Jacksonville and Wm. Taussig, of Chicago, is 213 South .Ialo" Sfroat "e.ulnTa .
pair of little ___ _.....
Mrs. Wasner was assisted by Mrs. entire year. Miss .C6.fO being usually other points. spending a few days here. """ .i
Ford&Liffles! ;Louis Davenport who played for' their third and never lower than fourth. I I 'Mr. and Mrs. Gr M. Underhill have ,
entertainment, and by :Mrs. Munn and Competition for the S. A. R 'medalis Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Cooper Mrs. returned home, after a visit of some Lilian ... !
; her daughter Miss 'Fona, in th3 open to all the High School, result B. N. Robinson Miss Minnie Potter weeks to New York. tamed a swimming party at = % I\IIZ\
dining room. ing as follows: andl1ss Nettle Robinson spent Mon Mr. W. M. Corry spent several daysin Springs on Tuesday evening, their'
I Miss Clem Ola's guests were 'Ma Miss Flossie Boyer of the Senior day on the: Gulf going some 20 miles Jacksonville last week. guests being Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Wil

1 ters Charlie Cope,. Everett Welsh, Class ranked next to Mr. Hannah,' out in the yacht Cupid and fishing for Mrs. Horace Shaw accompanied by liamson, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Coving-
Henry and received honorable mention. 'snappers and Warsaw her two children left on Wednesdayfor r
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Merritt Stearns, George and :Mrs.
Hearin
,
Rhoda McVoy and Ollie Juniors- Schallenberg, ,
Williams.And Miss Sadie Fell honorable mention. I| Mrs. WIlliam S. Keyser and some months. R. U Munroe, Mr. and Mrs. J. L..Davidson

Misses Queenie and Addle Mc Sophomores-Mr. Charles Over- younger children left Monday for Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wilson enterCOffEE Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Shaw, ,Miss ra

Voy (Maggie and 'Dimple Johnson, man;.and Mr.. Robert Stout. :j New York. Mr; ,Keyser and son Mr. McRae, Mire Denmark, ''Miss Young,
Willie Moody, Lillian and Violet Freshmen-:Miss Jeannette McLel- Campbell Keyser remain in town for Miss Underhill, :Miss Bodiford, ':Miss
Oral Mae Ian. a few days and will then join Mrs. Lena McFarlin, the
Miss
Adams, Clyd'e Welsh .!and Haynes,
:Williams. r+- Keyser there an: go to the Adirondack !f Misses: Budd, MilS Mary Davidson,
CHOPPING HIM OFF. for the summer. Miss Jackson, Mesirs. Rabe Love: ,

UTTLE MISS 'HElE.NS Mr. Coopah (passionately"Miss Angus Hinson, E. C. Love, Albert
2 EIGHT BIRTHDAY, PA., T'(. Smoot, when I am in yo' hilarious: vIcinity -I Mrs. C. W. Lamar has as her guestsin Corry, Coby, Homer, Ward and Menge.
dozenI' I feels so influential and delu-s I her bayslore home,, her slsterinlaw We are the Pioneer Miss Ethel: Haynes entertained' 37
Little Miss Helen Gonzalez cele- sive dat I can't explain de altitude ofl Mrs. Lavoisier Lamar, and children charmingly on Friday night with a
brated her eighth birthday with 'a muh cohesiveness! Missi Smoqt! Belin and Carlos of New Orleans Coffee Roasters of progressive whist party in honor of '

i :party last evening from 6 until 9. Gladys!....'I-J- and her little nephew Dan Ashley of West Florida.HUGH'S her guest, Miss Jessie Bodiford, of
Delicious refreshments were served Miss Smoot (coldly)-"Dai's all Valdosta, Ga., for a few weeks. Gainesville, Fla. The house was beau-
I from a table beautifully decoratedwith right, Mistah Coopah! 0' cou'se .1 tifully decorated with cut flowers and
for flowers, and in the yard Japanese likes a g n'lema1Yto be cawdial, and The afternoon tea and dance at palms, while the wide veranda, and
lanterns added to' the festive all dat. but don't jump up.in muh' lap the Country Club was the social BLENDS lawn were made attractive with Quan- Country House
scene. I sah; des please don't jump up in : event of last night and about the tities of Japanese lanterns.' Mrs: Jas.
Those present were, Misses Helen I usual crowd went down on the 7 Broom assisted her daughter la re
and Annie Gonzalez.' Nannie aiul .o'clock car, though the threatening ceiving in her usual graceful manner. Toilet Sets
Edith Parise, ,Modeste; Fritzina and I i clouds kept the more timid in town. have no equal. A trial Among those present' were Mr. and I
Jette Rosique, Katharine and Earn-! Mrs. G. M. Underhill, Mr. andMrs...
estine Goldson, Florence antf' Jennie' as A Hot Bird in f Miss Katharine \McCord Smith has will convince the con A. T. Hearn, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Davidson Cheap and Nice

25 cents Burnes Florence and Katie Connors I sailed for Savannah and is expected noisseur that we Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Williamson,!!
Clara Schetz. Rosa.and Julia Alfmaa, home Saturday from Boston. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davidson Mr.! q| There is no reason why the
Edna. Gonzalez, Monica, and Romaine A Cold Bottle. I r make no extravagant and Mrs. N. H. Davidson Mr: and, shouldn't have
Langford, Genevieve Usina,Josepnineand r miss :Maria Stetz, an attractive Mrs. M. H. Wfilson, Mr. and trs.R. L.lunroe. summer cottage
Isabelle Lee, Sophia and Ainelie Of course there are lots, I young Philadelphian who has numerous claims, t Dr. and Mrs. Strange; Mr. decorated Toilet Sets in every
S bad, Mammie Abraham, Ethel of folks that know what acquaintances in Pensaco'a.! is and Mrs. J. S. -Shaw, Mr. and -Mrs. J. bedroom at such prices as we
There Is nothing Greenblatt,, Albertie Vermillion" Josie that is, but if you. want:a ;''to be married to-a'ay, Wednesday! and RetailGROCERS L. Davidson, Miss Young. Miss: Den-I
more Braswell, Marie Martinez, and Mr.I cold bird, with ,no. ,suggestion : June 27 to Mr. Bg Jnard Von Seggeru. Wholesale mark: the Misses Budd, MJss Under. are naming just now.
healthful In warm weather Willie Lee, :Mr.. Manuel Gonzalez, Mr. of a bottle, Just Owing to the recent death of her stepfather hill Miss Mercia May, Miss I Q Unless the wall is black
and Mrs. Gonzalez; Mr and Mrs. Martinez drop in for a glass! of; our the wedding will be very quiet Mary Davidson, Miss Leila:; Mc- paper
than the juice of the Lime Mrs. Lee and Mrs Cam. matchless soda, or a' plate I I and only announcement cards sent FarMn, Mrs. J. L. McFarlin Miss -which is unlikely-we can
-+- of incomporable out., Buenna Crawford, Miss Jackson,. Miss match almost color scheme .
our ,tge any -
and ii forms a heap and )HIGH SCHOOL: WINNERSOF cream., I I f arid all kinds of Feed MoRae, Mrs. E. A. Grogdon Mrs. done in.g
MEDALS' AND .HONIIRS. Mrs L. S. Brown, who met with a Walston, the Misses !Malone Messrs. your rooms are :

exceedingly pleasant drink; After two weeks of suspense the CHOCOLATE NUT SUNDAE I I slight trot painful accident last weed Stuffs.Pluto Julian Howard. Homer Ward, Albert J Some low-priced simple
students in the High School have at at her symmer home in Turner Camp, Corry Davis, T. M. Mcintosh, E. C. very
lat learned who are medals winneis. PECAN CREAM I I has 'hajcily entirely recovered. Love, Wm. Curtis,Rabe Love;, Pal patterns for servants'rooms: are

The announcement was made in mer Sylvester and Menge.A interesting in matter of both price
school Tuesday morning and the There was a slight' error Tuesday i WaterWholesale
medals will be formally presented morning in the report of the presenta- t HAPPY MOTH'ERwin and quality.q .
during the commencement. exercises COFFEE tion of the loving cup to Rabbi Koch.
Your i inipectioB is 5 rtqaated while the variety
that her Is
baby t
Sol see properly
Cahn & tendered the
Co Friday night. The reception was by is satisfying.
The graduates are -Miss Occie Hot Biscuits and Rolls every. I Senior and Junior Councils of Jewish and Retail cared for--to do this a good purgative
Clubbs Miss Amy Briggs. Miss, Flos morning o'clock.! : Women and Mrs. :Morris Bear, as is necessary. Many.: babies suffer -
Williams, Mr. I graciously tendered the from worms and their, mothers
The sie Boyer Miss' LHHe I president use &;
Pure Food Store, don't know it-If baby Is feverish
Louis Hannah and Mr. Herbert Caro.. !of her home for the purpose. New Orleans Grocery Co your
In the.Bount! medal contest Miss I and doesn't, sleep at nights: it 13
S utmest! Corner Palatox and InteHdenda( Clubbs won, while honorable mention.. Kandy Kitchen Cafe. !' Mr. and Mrs Eben H. Skinner, and troubled with'' worms. White's 107 SOUTH PALAFOX STREETPENSACO
is given :Mr" Louis Hannah, and Mr. their- interesting family-:Miss Ellen Cream Vermifuge will claan out
Phones J Li 8 Charles Overman, 104 S. Palafox. Phone 999 theeldest who graduates with honor Jas! McHugh these worms *ri a mild pleasant:: way., ,
Once tried always used. Gtve: it :a ... ,.,
Mr. Louis liannab won the S- A. R J from the Pensacola Classical School! .. -... .'" "" 11.
'!--- "'"'J'-medal'. :;1 and' Miss Flossie. 'Boyer and I Mpnday night Miss Marguerite, Miss Phone 105. Proprietor. trial Price 25 cents. Sold by all .-- -






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SI".T H E PENSCOL'A JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNiNG, JUNE 27, 190 St

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: :- .- i I .$1200 FOR $1000 REAL ESTATE For Sale i,,I, _


| worth of property. On East Cervantes $ GOOD HOMES

If You Have Not -a ,. near Bayou Texar: where lots are $1600. : -5. room cottage, E. Strong St.,
selling! for $300 and up, 4 lots facing near 9th Ave., '60x132.:

I' south, overlooking bay and bayou. A BARGAI % 600()-.:;:Lot 60x150. E. Jackson street, -- MODERATE PRICES.
I beautiful home site.i between 7th and 8th Aves.
A 14 PER 600-3 lots in block 170 New City.:
CENT
i PROPOSITION- $ call
We desire -to especially the attention of those
| Two houses on East Government $1400()-' tore'and dwelling on Wright fortable homes'at moderate prices to desiring ('om.
the following which
Home of -ri. we h ,
Your
Own *
street brin'ging in $168 per year rent. St.,, cor, 7th ave. feathered together and 'offer for this week. If you are interested "
This is "GOOD THjING.! A' FITS PIECE OF BUSINESS $150$ 6 room cottage, E. Jackson St. ':
suit in
% 700 4 132, New City. ; "
A REAL BARGAIN. PROPERTY ONTHE" SOUTH SOE! to offer;
,
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in residence
$3150-Splendid bargain >

j Don't I A FOUR ROO'M' HOUSE, ONE: OF. E. INTENDENCIA,. NEAR TAR- on North HT1L: No. 307 West Chase St, a large' one-story, six room dwelling,
waste any more time but begin BLOCK FROM BUSINESS DISTRICTON $1500 Blocks 113 and 270, W. K. in perfect condition.$3.. I:

now to get one.' We have helped othersto LOT 28 FEET FRONT BY 170 I RAGONA.
_ get started towards buying one, we FEET DEEP, FOR '. : BARGAIN WORTH LOOKING INTO.I < Various Gadsden other St.properties, 75x110.for the ask. lot 80 by 150 teet. :. . .. . . . 2,3ao

No. 1005 N. Davis St large two story, eight
1 room dwelling with
start you. Don't hesitate, but see some $1000. ing. If you, want to buy or sell see "
FIVE LOTS 2-STORY RESIDENCE
AND -
A I servants house, large lot fronting on two streets. . 1,300:
of the fine homes our list. This house rents for $96 per year, jus. -
very on and while it pays a fair interest now, NEW CITY, CORNER"10th1 I I* Loans made on Real Estate Security No. 532 Gregory St..,. a well built and commodious seven room

<*Many of them can be bought on terms Is sure to increase in value. '* in any: amounts. dwelling! lot fronts on two; streets-" . . . 1,600

j that will make it possible folanyon' ,to LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH MEFOR AVENUE AND .11th STREET. 1t;:A No. 427 E. Intendencia. St., comfortable six room dwelling. 1500

own and for it while they are living SALE. I CAN SELL IT. BARGAIN IF SOLD AT ONCE. No. 812 West Government St, a new five room dwelling with

it.Pensacola. pay '.' L Si: BROWN & CO. large lot. ., '.. .. . ;.. .. . . .. . . 1.500
in
I pI LlROflKS. .. No. 601 East Belmont St, a neat five room dwelling in good

LESLIE _:'.;: ..iwt-' SELL LOTS." order .. ... '.. . ., . .. ..f . 1230

/ McDavid-Hyer Company, No. 414 West Intendencia St, one story seven room dweling: ,

Investment Company 1 Phone 482 > Fisher Building lot 40 feet by-170 feet.4.. .. . .. ... .. .. .. .. . 1.075
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I Agents New York t: FOR SALE
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A. H. D'aiEMBEUTE, City Manager. ; .
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I W. SIMPSta tELP WANTED Life Insurance Company. New e'ght room house with hall, 10th
H.XKOWLES President. R. E Socr bry. I
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I HOOTON &
I J. E. STILLMAN, Y.-Pres. tnl Ceo. Mincer. LNOWLZJ ma Treasurer.Rael 8 E. Government Street > Ave. and 1 m{St. This place has to be WATSON.

TEN SALESPEOPLE WANTED: -Apply seen to be appreciated.. .. ..$1750

I Estate loans General Investments. today to F. E. Brawner. Phone, 7CO. Pensacola, Fla., Lots. 3, 4 and 5, block 140, New' Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.

L 215 South Paiafox. Street, Pensacola. Florida.: i City . .. .. .. .. .. .$60Q|! '
__ WANTEDV2iite girl to work in laun PHONE 54 No. 3? PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L
,lI___ -I- dry. New Method Laundry. 27j"i Blocks! 125 and 126, Petterson AJ-

;! dition, water front new six room ,"' .. ,..,
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WANTED-White gin 18 years older A Nice Little Home house on same.. .. .. .. ..$1,600:

Me1qalDirecorL( F F. J WHITE\ &. CO and over Intelligent to keep Good office; must and be chance neat Block63. ; East King Tract.2600 =
,; 'pay r On East Cervantes street fronting;I Lot 7 to 14, inclusive block 171, HOTELS.
I for advancement to .ght pajty. Call
No. 3, Masonic Te'mp.e after i 5 south, lot 80 ft. by'137% feet deep, 5 New City. .. .. "SLA..WILSON.. .. .,..$ ,600 nM$_. .WJW.W- ---.W--
I room )
T G M. D. Artesian Well Drillers o'clock. room cottage, new and modern, c'ty 'r' COMMERCIAL HOTEL, DeFunak! ,: A Bargain I IIn
YATES water, two" bocks: from car line, nice Fla.-New management} newly fur
.
For Saw COOK WANTED Apply at once 120) neighborhood.: Can sell on easy payments J & Co. nished; free bath and sample rooms;
OPTICIAN Mills and just the place for a workingman good meals and good beds. Traveling
West Wlright street. 26june2
with a small amount of moneyto I Rates $2
especially solicited.
306 THIESEN BUILDM Turpentine Stills Especially. men
< Real Estate '
WANTED JULY 1-Saw filer for 20() pay down. Agents, ?? per day. Mrs. M. H. Stanley Prop. Water Front Property I

_ Geneva, Ala., and Graceville, Fla. M capacity circular mill who can I -$1550.-- Salisbury ,Building, Room 7 29may. _____
WM D. HOWE, We have three new first-class drill.also look after and keepup engines On East Jackson and Gadsden PARK HO'IEG-Why pay $2.50? pel $2500For

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW ing :machines. We, are prepared to I mer and.machinery.filing machinery Have automatic Give gum ref streets where the car turns off 16th day when yott can get as good room:
and
put in wells from four to twelve inchesin ave. into Jackson street, in block 9i; and bed for 56c. Coolest pace! in L 2-story, 8-room house 'ot !4i
W/2 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. erences and state wages expected.Address Board and Rooms.
diameter; and from one hundred to : J. M. Russ Lumber Co., of the New City Tract I have five Pensacola. Special rates 'by the ;week: 250, on Bayou Grande. Good Water.
bts, 100 feet running through the month. One block from post ffice
or
sixteen! hundred feet in depth. We Collins, Miss. 2yunelwWANTHD
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block. These lots face south on the;I THREE PLEASANT ROOMS to rent 22may. .
do our work promptly. We guarantee .. : car line, overlook the:' 'iy, the prettiest .with privilege of light housekeeping $2000For
satisfaction.We -Good nurse. Apply 619) building lots in t whole, of East I 301 W. Chase St. OLD MILL INN-on bay front. Opens
North Palafox St 24j I Hill, very desirable. neighborhood.For June 1. Large, airy and delightful! one-story cottage on wat"!"'i

give :the best of.referen es.- II qUCk: sale they goat . ..$2100 FOR REone or two newly furnished ly cool Good fishing_ bathing:: and I edge, lot 120x200, on bayou Grande
WANTED-'fen everywhere; good!I The east 8 lots of Bock 171, New front rooms; southern expos- boating. First class table. On electric $3200Buys

pay; to distribute" circulars, adv.matter ,I City Tract, between 14fh and 15th ure; with privilege of phone. Location ear line, 15 minutes ride from; city.
For Farm Turaentine" or tack signs, etc.; no canvass;;'laves. and 10th and 11th streets. one desirable and near business center Regular boarders and trans ent3.
Timber Lands ing. Address National DistributingBureau :[,' block from the car line. They. are I 422 W. Gregory. 13maylw Terms reasonable. Address Old, Mill one-story cottage, 5 room,

100 Oakland Bank Bldg., ChI pretty lots and a good. speculation!I Inn, Pensacola. Fla. 4may on Bayou Grande, 63x250.

LARGE JOR SMALL Address QUANTITYCall cagorn -22jlw at. . . .. .'. . .$1550 Old newspapers at five cents a bundleat BROWN HOUSE-DeFuniak Springs.; APPLY TO
on or this office. They are all clean
WANTED: good cook to cook two Good beds, airy rooms elegant
Turner & Aymard meals a day. Apply 520 N. PaiafoxSt I have two beautiful lots on the corner and nice. meals; free bath and sample rooms
of Mrs M L L.
21jlw Jackson and 18th Ave.. over-, Special attention! to traveling ';mea Surgi
DIU.H.MOCKDental Real Estate and Abstrat Co. looking the bay. two blocks from the ,
J. R. Brown
Rates U.00per day. ,
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P. O. Box 115 DeFunlak ,
Springs Fla WANTED-First-class hat cleaning car line, two JJocks-ftom the bayou M.oey.to Loan.. Prop. : Care M. E. Clarke, 3
Old hats made new. Cleaning two blocks from the bay, facing south.'
Surgeon.Crown pressing and blocking. Satisfaction I This is one of the'prettiest! building, MONEY' TO LOAN-EverYbody bore HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES Pensacola, Fla.Miscellaneous.

f guaranteed. Panamas, 50c. StrawS; lots on the whole of East Hill. The rows money from Jno. A. Hall & -Before laying your carpet or; mat

and Bridge Work a SpecUJty. \ViII Double InValue 25c. Felt, 35c. Derbys, 25c. Victor: ; property is well ,,\worth $800, would be I, Co., H&'"E. Government! St. When in ting, buy a supply of old newspapersto
Painless Extracting of TeeU. Louis, 100 E. Intendencia street. AH cheap at that price. 3 will sell the I need call on us. put underneath and protect It. Only _
28/2 S. Palafox St come iIi. 19 jnlm .;' two lots if sold at one? for .,.$775 five cents a bundle at this office. wwwJL MrJflfltJta

7 and 9 Old Armory Bulldbj. .r --tf 33L'st MONEY LOANED on all kinds.of perf FERRELL HOTEL Bneads, Florida J. H. PORTER, jsal.'mafcer: 716 SoutaPaiafox

Phone 1077. WANTED-Carrier boys at The Journal your .property"" .- .with. 'me- and -I >la ,' property: on- short notice. Rates $2.00 per day. Nice rooms, street Orders taken lot
Insideof office.' ; will sell ,it.. A' ..e t Terms :easy ,J,.B. Gray & Co., 2 W. good beds, table the best J. M.. Fer- tents, awnings, camp stools and aoust -,
Romana. Phone 1165. ifeb ell, Prop. 17aprH cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljas. ;
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DIRECTORYJoppa W A "T'ED-Men and boys wanted MONEY: at ,the'"market'rate], of .interest 1
learn plumbing plastering brick, on city .rear estate.J. MONEY TO LEND-On good real estate .. VERNON-Rates J2 per: day.- MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP- 4
-, laying. Special offer life scholarship I security, r on good ,collateral Special rate by week Special attention Wlllle MIms, Proprietor F. 'n. '
Lodge No. 6 I. 0. 0. F. at lowest rates. Leslie E. to traveling men. Free sam- ..
Year fifty dollars, payments position Brooks. tare repairing of all kinds, car/; '-
easy ; -
Joppa Lodge. No.6, I. 0. 0. F.. a guaranteed; free catalogue. CoyneBros.Trade i Fisher bunding. 21Jan ple room. Mrs. J. P. Mauldin, Prop.,. laid, furniture pa ked for sh.pp; :;v
meets every Tuesday evening :at 7:30 Schools News York Chicago W. BU11kjro .r : I5apr. Phone 63. Next to Tampa Lanj-

o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall, Belmont ,". St Louis: 16j MONEY LOANED on aU kinds of personal HOTEL SOUTHERN- Open aU. the 2\:: f" ,'
ant Baylen street Visiting brethren That is what a great deal'of real estate Room 405,_Thiesen Bldg property on short notice. year. American and European plan.

aro cordially Invited. in Pensacola is going to do and' WANTED-Good man to work in yard Terms easy. J. W. Bullard up talM. Special summer rates. First-class in
T.. H. FLEETWOOD. N. G. some of it is in the following list: and in house. G19 N. Baylen St. Phone 161. 28% South Palafox St.. Phone 1144. every respect. Pleasant and convenient For Sale.
J. W. GINGLES! Sec. Half block In New City fronting fiuor .
Sjune. Mrs. T. L. Bowen, Prop. Pen I --
31Jan6m. Calalon'a square .. ..,$750 : I ,
sacola. Fla. JoaprCENTRAL ; FOR SALE- ., Half block in East King Tract In UNLIMITED amount or money to ioan
Pe eacola Lodge, No. 3, K. of 1'. i settled 'neighborhood. .. .. .$70 0 WANTED-Everyone to Know thatThe WantcdWANT'EDTo on all kinds of personal property. HOTEL, "eHIPLEY-:-Op. old. Will deliver at 6 "t t'd-
Journal has nice, clean old papers L-1 dress P. 0. Box 478 : :;J'IU'I
meets every Monday evening at 8 One-fourth Special rates to business men on large depot Large and well 'lighted CM '
block Toledo
o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall on square I for sale cheap. Only five cents leans. The New York Loan Co.
East
buy some lots on 204% rooms. Free sample room. Meals at:
New City .. .. ..
.
$800
bundle.
over I'ou stable, W. Intendencia St. 0' !' a Hill for investment; must be cheap South PalafoL all hours. Special attention to traveling FOR' SALE-5-room housp.ha I and
Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. Lots on 11th and 12th avenues New and convenient to car. Address "In- men. $2.00 per day. J. M. Tug. other improvements at 911' N 71:!

J. A. KIRKPATRICK. C. c. City, at_ .. .. ... .. .. ..$200 vestment" 417 E. Zarragossa St. gle. Prop. 13marlra aye; lot 100x110 feet, room on )lot
H. HORSLER K. of R. & S 200x132%. feet on East Hill carline WANTED 24lw] FOR RENT for another house. . .$1.1" ''I.

., ... ... . .. .$1250 .. CHIPLEY HOTEJ) -Can Setterllnd! 6-room house, 7th St. and 140

.JL A Knights Meetings of Commons of the Lots in East King Tract or West WANTED-All owners or poultry to H. AL \.' -Tin, Copper and! Sheet RENT AND GARDEN! Prop. Special attention to commercial ave . . . .n 1 '.
produce free to
held King Tract very cheap and on easy know that we are agents for the cel' Iron Worker; cornicework_ and skylights travelers. Free sample: and ball S. W. corner, blk. 220, Wr ;.' K'! !
Tj : are at their hall. satisfactory family to
No. 8 West Intenden terms Improved property In West ebrated Conkey's Poultry Remedies I a specialty; roofing, guttering house and care for occupy good rooms. Large rooms with good beds. Tract, consisting of 6 lots;, b t. I j.

cia street on every King! Tract, netting 10 per cent. on investment Guaranteed to cure rupe, cholera and repairing, 315 South Palafox St I summer a short property distance duringthe from i $2 per day. 13marlm ful site for summer home. .1' >

:' 7j' Monday evening at gape and to kill fleas, lee: and mItes,' Phone 560; residence phone 1316.' city. Address "House" care Journal I BAY HTEl"-opeD sight 'and day. J. A. WILSON & CO., Salisbiir.H. '-

7:30 o'clock. An into See us in regard to Lake View. Ha ,.. Also their wonderful egg producer F. 2junelm. 21june. European plan. Rooms light and L .
r vitation i Ii extende en Property. Prettiest place in NewCity S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. Z3!. clean. Transient trade solicited. FOR SALE.-Improved ana unlmpr,
visiting Knights. and is on Bavou Texar. ISapr. WANTED. : B* White; wants your FOR RENT-Five-room. cottage, East 575-579 8. Paiafox. Ju. S. Nicolao ed property In all parts of the c't t-:
JOHN B. hauling and transfer work. Satisfaction J. A. Wilson & Co., R al Estate Agent
JONES. Gregory, near Railroad shops, $8 Prop.
J. S. LEONARD Grand Kn1gli D. Hale Wilson &. Co. WILL! BUILD HOUSES-on installment I- guarnteed. Address 1501-N per month. C. R. Yaeger, Thiesen Room 7, Salisbury building Pn ',,*
Sth Ave., or phone 931, 172. :t3Jaa
Recorder. plan, or cash. You own the building. Phone 686. )

Daughter of Rebekah. I I Phone 234 15 South Paiafox] lot I furnish the money and bulb' tj.. MATTRESSES RENOVATED New ,. june19 Mlsecllaneous FOR SALE-Registered Berks. ,t!

Naomi Lodge No., 10. Daughters of I -- house. You pay monthly, same as tick furnished if desired. Guaran. FOR RENT ilodern two-story house, I aflflJl.n.rLrflrW C -trJuui- r---r no hogs; best of breeding. Ak t .t
rent, in a short time house is your.. with large grounds catalogue. Carl Setterlind tn.p; ,
under
Rebekah, meets partly NOTICE-Having
every Monday nightat : teed. Crapet taken up and matting installed machines
20 it still '
8 o'clocK in L o; 0. F. hall Visit. Pay rent years Will also belongs to laid if desired. Leave orders at: cultivation located in northern sub- for the manufacture of galvanized; Fla.
the other man.
Ing sisters cordially invited to be present "-put down: Green & Watson. Phone 193. 7mar: urbs. For information address or iron cornice skylights, cornice! gut -
with good 5-inch
wells pump. galvanized apply. to the Pensacola InvestmentCo. ters, circular mouldings FOR SALE-(Lovely home, 40 ; r t i.
etc. I
,
am
now,
with brass cylinder
I pipe, attachment .
MRS. B.' R. 9june: td"d*:' one mile south of Chipley, F.a -
prepared
WITKOVSKI I will make water fly from a well See the Pluto Water dlSplay at Hoo- sli.eet metal work of
MISS WILLIE KENDRICK. Sec. James. : all kinds on short acres peach orchard, grapes -"w
ton's Pharmacy. 'notice.
McHugh,
I1''DONTPA5.AGOOD 140 to 100 ft deep, and so easy a1 child FOR RENT-2 nicely furnished Satisfac berries and etc. Walter Gentry. c. .
M. B. B. A. No. 81, t it Costs wholesale agent ljunelmWANTED. L tion assured. Estimates cheerfully
meets first and I can pump but little ethan rooms for rent to gentlemen only. : ley Fla. ':. \
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. the old dU'g well. All satisfactory Apply to Mrs. Hester, 420 W. ChaseSt. given on work In or outside the ,city -
.' RaSord Hall No 10. West before cent. .-All kinds or electrical Chas B. Vetter, 18 W. Intendeac'a! '
m Inten- you pay a Get my.: Phone 1095.s 2junelm AWNINGS' Drop, ordinary, rr, !!r.
deacia street prices. F. M. Williams, Contractorand i work. I sell all kinds of electrical Phone698. 25maylm .*
self-acting, Italian and heavy -
A. G. FELL Pres. Builder, Room SOS Thiesen batteries and other electrical supplies. FOR 'T-A. SANTA
Build R. ROSA -
Bingham has store -Pavilion, L. S. S, of awnings. Austrian shades ;j"-
J.. L. SWEENEY. Sec. ing. Phone 802 1 ring. When you need me ring 345 or 955. fers .
ljunelm age room for rent'suitable for furniture the best accommodation for curta'ns; in fact everything to J
E. W. Peake, new Star Laundry buildIng '
Pentacola. .Lodge No. .4, I. O. 0. F. c E. Garden. ISdec. or other goods. 104 and 106 bathing and recreation to be found on the house comfortable this hot ,
Peasaoola Lodge No. 4. I.. 0. O. y.. l; WANTED-We want your orders for South Tarragona street Phone. 639. the Gulf of Mexico. Launch Leclair er. Made and guaranteed in .
tneeta'every Tbursftar''veltlnr. tt 7:39: 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressing leaves city wharf dally .at S:00: a. m. respect by B. H. Fairchi: F" -
at the new.1i&11"on' Belmont and Bayla" i designs to select from. All and Cleaning Club, 212 N. DeVillers FOR RENT-A nice 5 room cottageon Phone 659. Chas. H. Burton, Mfer. class material and workman

Btreeta. Ylslt n'g brethren 'cordially i prices." Mayes Printing Co., Pensacola St., Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your pat N. Spring St., with bath, gas, etc. 12may. : Cheapest prices. (For 3 days

invited E. GREENBLATT '. 16eb. ronage solicited; satisfaction guaran- at $15.00. InquireFisher Real Estate Green Bamboo Porch Curtain ;.
RAISE THE MONEY FOR A SURE] :, .If you will liok around the
Agency. house, -
attention given ladies' .
teed. Careful IJune
J. NEVILLE Secretary. to J4-50, regular prices $3 50 to S'- -
,, THING._ I FOR FRESH NATIVE MEATS phone garments. Phone 1222. 8fek! -- you will find a lot of ways In whicli I strictly cash). Phone 485. P >.
W. 0. W. 385. The West"End Market Corner FOR RENT-Elegant two-story residence you can use old newspapers. You Box 483. Apply 15 East Garden >'
Live Oak' Camp No. 1. W. U. W. 'J4000.QO-For immediate' sale 40'.I Belmont and DeVillers Sts. 21june WANTED--Carriages repaired and re corner Strong and Spring; Sts. can buy them In any quantity at :this 21junelw.

meets In Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd feet by 170( feet on East Romana.St.,!i|,I '-_-_-. painted; floats built to order; horse Apply to>"C. H. Turner. lOmay office. They are put up !In bundles,

Wednesdays' in 'each month. Vialtlas. next to Bass & Co.'s large store.'WANTED-The public to know that! shoeing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Car convenient to carry. and sold at :'five FOR SALE-Don't fail to get
covereigas' cordially invited. Should' sell for $6000.00 within six I riage Co. 27feb cents per bundle.MATTRESSES .
we caD do 'all kinds of repairing: FOR RENT Two very desirable prices. I carry a full line of -
__F. A. BOGHICH. C. C. months. float building,. norse shoeing, ing material Sash doors '
: etc. J.G. WANTED.-Th MerChants TransferCo. stores on first floor of Manhattanhotel AND FURNITURE.. and -
LESLIE- E. BROOKS. Clerk. ALL OF THE MAXENT TRACT Welsh ,Carriage Co. 27fei wants your moving and hauling. Corner Garden and' Baylen. Mattresses made to order; old ones a specialty. Joel Frater, Ba} r-r .-
h All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Taor- Just' completed and arranged in first renovatei. New ticks, furnished. wharf. 17.
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) RATHBONE LODGE. -No. 30. WEST OF l'C" STREET NOW FOR t WANTED.-Electric work of ah Second hand
kind. sen Prop. Phone 978. ISJuflelin class shape. For terms, particulars, furniture bought aad I ..
Rathbqne Lodge, No. 30, Kntght of SALE. Lit us cnn! your fans re air your etc., apply) Hooton &: Watson. 29Apr sold. Upholstering and repairing acne. MARINE AND STATIONARY -

Pythas.! meets every.Thursday. nightat dynamo do jour wlrIn;. etc. Paoaj: WANTED-Your stenographic work. 114 E. Belmont, St. city,, phone 771. GINES for sale. Wonder Gar. :, '
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWESTMARKET
lodges Castle and Hall.visiting Members brethren of cordially sister RATE'OF INTEREST.: .570. Pensacola:: Electrij. Co.. 2C5 S. Pensacola Typewriter Exchange. FOR RENT-Second story a over Undenstruth's Davis Mfg. Co.. C. T. Davis, Mgr. Engines are the slmpliest, str'and ,; .:
Bayl n. best eng'nes! the mark :
on
S. Paiafox St Phone 379.
315% jewelry store.
Suitable TAILORING L. j
invited to attend. ; jDlamond
I .
Tapor. the : I
Send
MORTGAGES ON REAL ESTATE money. for catalogs
23may. for offices, sleeping quarters or store Gents' clothing cleaned
C. J. LEVYi '
pressed and
to B. Banks
ANTED.-The public know that Pensacola. Phon, :
K.L&S. IN THIS CITY BOUGHT AND SOLD. age rooms. Lee DanIel; 24apr repaired on short notice. No. 11% ; .
old newspapers can be bought at r and 577.
3juh'FOR [
i WANTED To sell a lot of old papers) West' Government St.. Pensacola .
-- -
--- for Fla
this office five cent a bundle. Theyare at 5c a bundle. Apply at this of ..FOR RENT-8-room. 2-story Cottage Idee ,
CREW NOTICE. : all clean and nJcWM"TEDPartner fice. They are all whole, clean and S18 W. Belmont Apply to Walker SALE-Second hand 25fl :
Neither the captain, own nice. Itgraham. Apnl20 SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzIe )ert-: boiler. Will sell cheap. App:'..
ers no, consignees of the Fisher Real Estate : with $4,000 ,to engage lag &: Co.. wholesale and retah ship New :Method Laundry. inAUTOMOBILES. :!

a 'It ss "Cerea" wTl be responsible Agency( in turpentine business. Good WANTED.-A. R.. Bingham wants WANTED.-Real Estate for sale or chandlers and grocers only flrstdassnous .
for proposition. Address" of kind in city.Fair prices .-I am agent for ': o
debts "Partaer. care
contracted to all
COLLECTION OF RENTS A.: your moving and hauling. He gua Tent lease or exchange. Your busIness
by the crew of said vesseL Journal -22jlw s antees all breakage. Phone 630. respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson CARRIAGES repaired and 'repainted. Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos

PRAXCESCO' MOLINAB1\ Ii[ ,SPECIALTY., Real Estate Agent; 22% W. Government Floats built to order. Horse shoeIng from 500.00 up. They cost less be tosa n :ala
horses
GULF TRANSIT. Captain.! >- A..vrED-Table boarders. 208 W. WANTED second hand safe. Ad- street Room 7, Salisbury a specialty. J. G. Welsh to keep up. They can

-., Consignee.' .. I| Phone'- 87.. .'. 206 S. Palafox St Gadsden St Miss Robinson. 17] dress safe care Journal. '21jlw bui1d g. Phone 172. %3Jan Carrla1.gCo. 27feb-I, Leslie land E.or Brooks.PAGE anywhere. a horse can e


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.* ...... -c 'fJ-fE PENSACOLA, JOURNAL, ; WE,9N'ESDAY; MORNING, JUNE 27, 1906 PAGE SEVEN




Thousands Each Day Wh lire Looking for 'EJarllains '



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roil Ought to McMillan Bros. Co. PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL


Don't' Buy Real Estate in Pensacolaor ;a Fay-Sholes ELECTRIC LIGHTS RAILWAY COMPANY.



anywhere else until you get an :rypewriter
Summer Week Day Schedule-Steam
.. ,, I AND FANS .
It Is simple easy tooperate,light ranategr. :
ABSTRACT OF TrrLETOTHE powerful manliolder, makes but lIttle Train i and Electric Car Schedule,
does nice clear-cut work.the key action '
I tires there are no greasy rods or I .fo merchants means more business as well as more Effective June 19,1906.
to keep clean. soil the hands or work.-
PROPERTY ; Pay-Sholes Typewriter is handsomely 1 MOBILE ALABAMA.MARKETS. I .. comfort! for clerks proprietor and customers. The lEading 0
.
ished.is durable and fully guaranteed.
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You purchase a Fay-Sholes v and successful merchants everywhere' users, of
,
IS YOUR TITLE GOOD ? for cash or on easy payments. We electric Between Pensacola and Big Bayou.
other typewriters in exchange as part p lights and fans. iWe install them. Apply at office.

Regular correspondence machine : Lv. Pensacola. Lv. Big.Bayou.

That is the all important question. If you,want It answered quickly er.No.6 box or of No.tools 7 mOde1.comtJletewith and an instruction cloth book 6 a.m. Ipjn.. 6:20 10:30: p.mll:30p.m

4t: : correctly, come to us. We make It our business to find ,the (100.00 on easy payments of $10.00 do Naval Stores. 7 a.m. 10 p.m.. 7:30 : ?
and t7.so per month no Interest. PENSACOLA 8 a.m. 11 p.m. 8:30
Answer. 190.00 payable f22.50 down and 5z2.50 Savannah, Ga., June 26.-The naval 9 am.
if you have any real estate to sell,let us make you an abstractnow 30.60 and 90 days-no interest. market closed today follows 9:30

Don't wait until ;you have found the purchaser but have the J85.00 open to responsible account. parties on 30 vivl7'.. ... .. ....- S.. .. as.. ..4, 95 : ELECTRIC TERMINAL 11 10 a-m.ajn. 11:30-10:30'

ail**'>r ready before hand. : 83JO-Cash with Order.A ., ..' ... .'.. .. ..'.. .. .. .4 75 COMPANY 12 noon 12:30
Abstract will not make good title out of bad but.it Pay-Sholes Typewriter will be sent p.m.
All a a one
.. ... .. .
request to any reliable .. '", .. ... .. .4 65 f 1 p.m. 1:30
W!, oiten enable the owner to do so by showing ifan existing defectswh individual or \', .. ,e S.' .. .S ." .. ......4 45 PHONE 106. 2 p.m. 2:40
J he may be able to remely. concern. aay. .., .. ......
at (,.... ... .. SS a 4 40 3 p.m. 3:30
where pense. for 01l1'U a: ten .. ... .. .. .* .. .. ._ .. ....4 40 3:30 p.m. 4:00
The Pensacola Abstract days'free trial to .. ... .. .. .. 0. .. ..' .'.4 40 I 4 p.m. 4:30:

Company, prove Your its name worth.and .. .. .. .... .S .. .. .. ..4 20 4:30 p.m. .. 5:00

Incorporated, addresswlll .. .. ... .. ... ..s .. ..4 15 ....H..b....$c44..+.'b......................... .... 5:00: p.m. 5:30
bring our .. .. .? .. ... .. .. .. ..410 5:30 p.m. 6:00 '
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PHONE 393. 114 N. PALAFOX ST. HARRY l..GRABAMGen.M. bookletand sampleOf ).. .. ... ... ... .. .. .. ..3 90 6:00 p.m. 6:30 i

_. two Color .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .3 55 6:30 p.m. 7:00 ;
SI i i-- w cL-- writing.".y.SholBfl \ Spirits rurpentlne 57% cents. I AUSLEY ,COMPANY I 7:00 p.m. 7:30

Maltrtie Building. Chicago i 7:35 p.m. 8:00 .
For Sale For Sale B. Burnhans Testifies After FourYears. 8:00 p.m. 8:30 .
-wm.u r,14 tt- 1tnJWt tAtfl.flfltftttC nnArPLrnFn JACKSONVILLE, FLA. : 9:30: '
< 204 West Street COMMISSION BROKERS i '
Bay
FOR s\.LE-ffhorough-brro horse, FOR SALE-iLots 11 to 15, inclusive, G. B. Burhaus. of Carlisle Center, Saturday only.

;;D-ep' Sam. Apply Pensacola Stat being one-fourta blocks 75 In New Y.. writes: "About four yeara i ; :
34juneFOR City of-Pens'acola. 200' feel'on, LaRua : I wrote you stating that' I had II WEST INTENDENCIA STREET PENSACOU FLA. Between Pensacola and fott,
,
street, 137 ", feet n' 17th avenue and FREE JJL entirely cured of a severe kid Barrancas.
LAXD SALE-Domingus Grande fronting Harana. Square.. ,New two trouble by taking less than two Lv Pensacola. Lv Fort Barrancas

nt acres and up. This. land joins story, twelve room house with basement of Foley's Kidney Cure. It i Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and Chicago. i 7:15 a.m. 8:00 a.m.
fhf city Will be sold -reasonable. 'and attic. House just! ftIl' shed; stopped the brick dust sedi : ,,, 3:50 a.m. 11:00 am
Warrantee deeds. Apply to Sallie ,E. hard-finished ceilings wainscoting and BOOKKEEPING AND and pain and symptoms of kid 12:50 p.m. 2:00 p.m.

Cummings. 24jlw,* plastered walls: 'cabI mantels,'" two to FlVEpersonsineach county.desiring disease disappeared. I am glad I S:50 p.m. 6:10 p.m. ,.
COTTON STOCKS GRAIN PROVISIONS and B0MS
instruction who will within 30 6:20 1:00
personal that I have never had a return | i ii p.m. p.m.
conveni
bath rooms and ,all modern clip and SEND this notice to either of say 8:30 *
foR SALE-Brand new handsomely ences. The'house has a southern :and any of those symptoms during the p.m. 900p.m

bound Century Encyclopedia. Dicloiuiv eastern exposure and is one of themos't DRAUGHON'SMontgomery years that have elapsed and I am I Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. ; ; Saturday only.
: and Atlas; also ladies saddle, desirable locations in the city, cured to stay cured. and i
first class condition. Phone 285 or being'only one block from the streetcar recommend Foley's Kidney ; i Steam train leaving Pensacola aS
app.n ,. 112(} E. Gadsden .St. 23j1w I I line and 'overlooking the bay and< to any one suffering from kid 1 Reference: First National! and Peoples Bia&s. Phone 1173 7:15 a. m. will stop between Pensa
I DliimMcc cola and
Big Bayou only to take
on.
Bayou exar. Price $7,000, .one-hal y or bladder trouble. For sale by
FOR SALE Gentleman's road horse. i'cash.; Apply to J. A. Gray, .21 and'23 A. druggist and .!................................................ passengers Bayou. Steam for train points beyond Big

Western pony. gentle, good saddlerand E. Garden.St 26june Atlanta Raleigh, rancas at 5:10 p. m. will leaving stop Fort between Bar

driver. Donkey with bran nvrap lumbia, Shreveport, Dallas or Big Bayou and Pensacola only to put
and harness. Hinman & Heck- FOR SALE-I am making a limited of. son, Miss. 3. off from
passen'gers beyond Kg
er, Century, Fla. 23may fer on 12 lots in northeast New City We also teach BY HAIL !II Wi! Bayou. Other steam trains will make

within .the town limits and near the BEHIND MONEY. Law: Penmanship. SHIPPING NEW all stops. Each electric makes all'
FOR SALE-A new rubber-tire run Lake VIe\T Haven properties with metic Letter-WritinjT, Drawing, car
Business English,Banking.etc. Women and Bank Accents stops.
about. Address Box 315 City. clear titles and excellent elevation at 27 Colleges in 15 States. $ The above schedules and regula.
23unelw* $720. I offer single lots in the same Capital 17 KovacatioIlientel'anvtiIne.years'success. Indorsed by tions subject to change without notice.

FOR SALE-One good all-round family vi &nlty at $60 and $65 per lot on easy nesamen.for catalog.: POS1TIOKS secured; or MilES Cleared. Local Freight Regulations.
horse and harness. One top bug. terms. (This Is to the trade of white YOU MUST iaord611 to eet Home Study learn how to handle their Freight shipped by the 7:15:
Many women never a. m
people exclusively. ,Elbert A. Clubbs. i.l. __write now,thus: I desire to Sterling, Nor bk, Ellefsen 1167, for
new. One good wagon. A. Home Offer train will be received only for points
gy nearly more about your special Study
E. Turner Bohemia Fla. Phone 246. Box 112, City. J.3Junelm in the published at Janeiro with 87.000 s ft lumber. money in a businesslike way until stern necessity beyond Big Bayou, and will not be,

ICjunelm. Harvest Queen Br ship Forsyth, forces them to do their own financing. Often this received later than 7:05 a. m. All
TEA DRINKERS ATTENTION )4. for Rio Janeiro with 1,428,000, s other Week trains
Day
Pen
leaving
FOJl s.\LE-Two fine milch cows with you want a delicious" cup of tea tr) Florida and Al ,lumber., lack of kIowledge of business affairs is very costly. sacola not later than 3:50 p. m., carry

young calves; can be seen at. :No. "Our Own" Blend it superior, to any] Elizabeth T< Doyle Am sch, Crou- Every woman should be familiar with ordinary freight for apy point, but freight will
C. B. :McMillan.IQjune. the market
123 E. Gregory. dollar tea 'on Only 60c
660 for Scranton in ballast business transactions and the conveniences of not; be received later than 20 minutes
A valuable
per pound. ticket'In every LAND every- before scheduled departure of trains.
TEA DRINKERS ATTENTION package. New Orleans Grocery Co: day commerce. : The 9:00 a. m. Sunday train may

you want delicious cup of tea, try Phone 7june. 105. Jas. McHugh. Prop. : Manufacturers of VESSELS: IN PORT. Carrying her 'own bank account is one of the carry light perishable freight under
"Our Own" Blend it is superior to any. some circumstances by special
and Dealers in per.
dollar tea on the market Only 60c Fla., 23may LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS St'eamshlps.Burnby best ways in the world to teach her these business mission. Electric car will not carry

per pound. valuable ticket ia"every (4LES AND KILN-DRIED Br :BS, Thomas, 2361 Gal- freight or packages of any description
package. New Orleans Grocery Co. FOR SALE-Fine'hote site; best sit usages.Our except medicine urgently needed.
Phone 105. Jas. McHugh Prop. nation in the city fora tourist hotel to the W. B. Keyser Co. Woman's Department is especially equippedfor Shippers are requested to bear these
130 feet fronting south by:172 feet Cores Ital ss, Nalarini 2791, New .
Tjune. .Gulf'Jfrans1t; Co. the handling of women's accounts and to give regulations in mind that inconvenience
deep on East Government'street'over.looking
may not be caused.
FOR SALE-Finest car load of horses Seville square and Adams Dora Baltea. Ital ss, Flgari, 2601, them all the assistance we can. We cordially invite These freight regulations subject to

ever received in Pensacola. McMil street with open view of Pensacolabay to Gulf Transit Co. their accounts, both large and small. change without notice.

lan & Turton, West Intena'encia St.:. $10,000 will buy' the property. B. 0. Saltmarsh, Br Ss, Rogers,2319 Any further information regarding

6june lapr. .. to Gulf Transit Co. passenger and freight schedule can be
: t. 3'r Barlswood Br. ss, Fayn 1840, PL had by applying to the general office
FOR SALE-Remington typewriter.. FOR" SALE-Ten new and second PATENT APPLIED FORAt Ingles to J. ,A. Merritt & Co. of the company. .
second hand office 'safes, different I i
Drugglttt.
"Rem care Journal 6junelm all Passengers are earnestly requested
sizes, best makes _at, bargain prices. MUS-QUIT-U MFG.CO., .Federlca,. .AwbWzar, 2261, New to promptly report to the general
See the Pluto Water display at Hoo- Scarrltt Moreno, office .East Government Jacksonville, Fla.Charcoal. ., to Gulf Transit Company. FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF office any inattention to duty or discourtesy

ton's Pharmcy. James McHugh,I St. 24mar Huttonwood, Br. ss, White,2533,St. on the part of employees ani
wholesale agent ljunelm to Gulf Transit Co. to make specific criticisms of service.

.I TWO-OHAIR: BARBER SHOP doing Louisianan, Br gs Wbod, 2385 New PENSACOLA FLA.W. JOHN W. LDADLEY
FOR SALE-We have a lot of keg", v business of $200 per month. Address to the W. S. Keyser Co. Manager.

suitable for flower pots and other Barber." .care- Journal.'. Magician. Br ,ss, Raby 3271, Liver .H.KIOWIM.Pre B, W.Z.HTEB.Ja.,V.-Prei.and Cartier.
t .. .
T. W,BBMT' and W.N.BOBVBTS,Awl.Cashiera.DrazcvoasT.
purposes; also! a lot of whiskey, syrup We have just rec to A. A. Brown & Co.
.C. Brent W. A. Bloont. W, H. Knowlw, W. K. Dyer, 3t
FOR Having .sold, resi ,
.SALE my
and other barrels. which suitablefor "
are I dence, corner of, 12th avenue and very fine stock and will 'Marian, Br ss, Hogg 1218, Newport D. O. Brent. *
packing cured
meats. We crockery buy all kinds or fish of and barrels.I 13th, street. I. now*,offer for sale my liver orders promptly in \ to Pensacola Lumber Co. F -- Pensacola, St. Andrews and

and re-cooper and clean them. Supply household oo"ds and one cow, whichI Monviso, Ital ss, Revello, 2774 New
always on hand. If you need any I I 1 may be seen on the, premises on amount. to Gulf Transit Co.Parkwoo Gulf Steamship Co.

barrels, or have any for sale ring us Tuesdays and Thursdays between the Telephone 363. Br as, Hubbard, 1102 STEAMER TA RPON.
up. Phone 235, residence phone 591.I hours of 10 and. :12 .a.*-m.: C. WN Hag to Pensacola Lumber Co. No. 5803.

Pensacola Cooperage Co., Geo., A.. erman. 'T 19june SEWELLWoodand Br ss, Granger, 2001, Vera C.W. LAMAR.President. JOHN PFEIFFER. AssIstant Cashier. W. C. 3ARROW. i Miitor..
Vucovich Pres., No. 9 S. Alcanlz. to F. O. Howe. M. E.CLARK,.Vice-President and Cashier. 1.W. ANDREWS. Assistant Cashiec. FIRST-CLAS:? PASSENGER ANn
17maylm.: i FOR SALE-Herd fine Jersey dairy Coal FREIGHT SEK71CE .
cows with well established milk
Ships.
-ietwPENSACOLA. -
FOR SALE-A lot or old newspapers.Put route. ,No competition. Cows and Harvest Queen Brit ship Forsyth. THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
MOBILE.
APALACHJ.
up in bundles convenient for business first class'condition.. ApplyS. Janiero: to order.Nordstjernnen '

carry lg. Only five cents per bundle: ,A... Taylor" ] Century. Fla 3june1m* Do You Want Nor ship, 1,635. OF pcNsacoix n*. COLA. CARRABELLE. ST. AN.
Apply this: office. .. .- DREWS.. MILLVlLLE.
:1 La Guayra to W. S. Keyser DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.

CITY Watson MAPS have FOR just SALE received-Hooton a large& ROUNDTRI SUMMER Co. "Bark. CAPITAL STOCK, $$200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. : And Carrabelle ail. point and on St Apalachlcola.SCHEDULE Andrews' : .Bay,

De-gregori Gio Botto, Ital bk, 1294, ,
supply of the latest city maps, showing andCONVENTION BESTAshing DIRECTORS. ; '
all of the subdivisions.: The to Rossasco Bros. Teare Peuucola Suodaj. ':30 a,
official anj down maps are RATES King Malcolm. It bk Gui 1233. Ge- Henry Covfngton, Frank Reilly, F. E. Brawner, ; B for Mobil", AU. *
to date and are oa to Huges & Co. J. MPfeitfer, %v. S, Rosasco, C. W. Lamer, .. Leave Pen acola, Tueada,. 8:30 p.BI .
mounted price on heavy linen. Regular Round trip summer excursions from Luisa ItaLbk., 1591 Montano, from Bryan Dunwody T. F. McGourin J. R. Saunders, for St. Andrews MlllvUle, Aptlac'aicola -
fire J3KO; special price on lots ot J all. points, east to Pacific coast and to master. A. M. Avery W. H. Milton, 0. E. Maara, Carrabell. and tatwojediac
or more to agents or real estate I northwest from.June.l to September Monrovia Nor bk, 1449, Aase, Ham W. L. Cawthon Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzIe Oertlng,: points.
men Hooton & Watson. 8may order. C. Covlngton, M. E. Clark. : additional Information
15, with special! stop-over privileges, to Alex McCowIn For apuly tj

FOR SALE OR RENT Two lighters; good returning to October 31, 1906. Port S.noclan, Uruguay bk, 1112, .Safety deposit boxes for rent at|tw, $J3.CO and $5JJO the year rrivats ipartsnt J. R. SAUNDEi; .

one with capacity for 75 thousand ft. N, E. A. me ting at Los Angeles, Montevideo German. Ameri in connection for the convenience'of cusfcmers. : E. R. COBB JTT. and Pass. .tr Pe&ldent.GeL I.
lumber, the other thirty thousand ca July 913. Tennis, Golf] Baseball and IJbr. Co. .
pacity. Rates reasonable. Also two Elkg.meetin's'at De.nvel'r Colo., July Goods the best Phor.jgraphs: and Spero.. Nor. bk 623 Bostig Las Four per cent interest Paid on Tirna Deposits. Pensacola J'ILEVAt1SVIlLtAaTERRE

kff! boats for sale cheap, 22 ft. long, 16-21. ords, the best Dog Medicine the .
f> ft beams. Telephone or write J. A. Summer rates to Colorado June 1 Bicycles the best Tires, the Sterling, Nor bk, Ellepsen, Lablta

-Hiaffltt & Co.. Milton Fla. 25marON to September30. -, Typewriters the best Lock and to order. II
Schooners.
Hotel Men's Convention: Portland, Fitting best Trunk Repairing. : :
THE HIGH LAND-East Hill elec- Donna Christina, Am sch KcLeod.
Ore. June 25-28. -and last but not least HAUTE M
tru. car line, six lots 100 ft. front : Gas Lamp Belize. -
Use the splendid, tirouga Skates? W LL'&S.'VwwoPuamu..
service best Roller Pa.SIDUf. T.II. :
IIY) GR
137 L'mI/l'ON' Y.
% deep, corners J700. inside Elizabeth T. Doyle Am sch, Crouch- !
IUNSJ'IELD: 1IOUUO,.A.ID.C HDaCitizens
ts $600 better of the Southern Pacific from New Orleans Why gO to / ,:B:K.!usmfJLL.\4JJIU"
There situa. York
are no 'Union :Pacific from 641 New to order.
>Ions baa these lots. A. V. Clubbs ; Kansas national Bank
: Chicago.. Frances T. Tunnell. Am sch. Tun-
City or _
J239, Philadelphia to order. fp :
ThroughPullma.n tonrlst"cars from Gt Peu&COIa. FloridOIBICTOR *
PORSLjNC clean ,old newspapers -Washington, Atlanta, Montgomery, F. B. BRUCEPENSACOLA Marrow N. Cobb, Am sen, Saunders, *.
,
at five cents a bundle. This of to master.Barkeptine..
fice. etc., and from St. Louis .and Chicagoto ,.Havana Q... W.Wrig kt. Karri Bear T-B.Wille. Biz M.RoWwa. !>.BUtco G p.A ...

California. : Am email BAHHINC svsattss TRfa9Tta.
Fuller
Hubert ; barkentine. 679.
REli-t I for literature
A..1t HACK LINE-From Chip- Write me and infor. '
lev, $, Port of Tampa to C, W. Oli
making connections with mail mation.

launch! for points on st. Andrews bay. J. :P. VAN'KEN9SELAER,, THEBIG ;. Brig. _! =-- : ,

Extra teams for traveling men. Good General Agent- Jennie Hurlbert, Am brig .
Wright
torses, comfortable vehicles. Call on 124 Pe .chtre :St.} 'tianta'Ga. Havana to J. A. Merritt & Co. City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds.
|>r address J. C. Sinclair, Chipley,Fla. R. 0. BEAN. T..P. A. _
i>lcphono No 74. 28apr G. W., ELY T P A. Dated January 1st, 1906. Maturing January
THE ORIGINAL. it, 1936redeemable an. 1st. 1926. Interest Payable Semi-Annta1ly.

F'IH SALE-Economize by purcha Foley & Co., Chicago, originated FOR,SALE THESE BON DS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE, IN
'
ilg choicest of lots on East Hill 'at of today is and Tar 'as a throat and lung WE OFFER
() TO SUIT PURCHASER.
j-uii IOQ REWARD AMOUNTS ,
per lot no need of $
present paying
account .
**(' lot in the Qualities of and on of the great
per and $750 for
a 30 foot reward of $100 will be given for
A and popularity of Foley's
nrip! of barren sand. Three iti
beauti. the capture of Ja Till! sites of five lots each at J1500 for and Tar 'many imitations are The Peoples ,
arh from convict amp. Description: I 5)
quarter block; not over 100 yds. for the genuine. These
inches '13Gpounds( medium Pensacola Fla.
from electric feet 7 ; ; -
line.
car A. V. Clubbs.
imitations have similar "'
june. build; age 21; carriage erect. ; brown

'yes, black hair; complexion black; Quick, Certain, Agree. ,names. Beware of them. : --- ., --. -
'FOR medium forehead medium ears round Foley's I THROUGH SERVICEVIA
SALE Nice, clean old ; ; genuine Honey and Tar ------- -
newspa
pers. AU nose;, medium )mouth; good teeth; able and Harmless. :
whole and useful at homer in a yellow package. Ask for it
t m your store. Only five ,cents. per! round chin;; short neck' ; square shoulders For Sale by refuse any substitute. It Is the 1 II u:" c1&iv .db CDII ..a"I L &: N., E. &: T. H. and C. &: E.I.
10 inches
of feet vaccination -
Bundle. ; length ; remedy for coughs and colds. WboleaS. au Refill Dttln IiI Weltlblll14 Threijh. Trains Dally f\
scar on left arm. White's .. A. D'Alemberte, druggist and 2 NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO
: Domestic Anthracite I
FOR SALE-For sanitary purposes YARN- BROTHERS! CAMP Steam C fi THROUGH SLEEPERS DAY COACHES -
we have In stock, Ground HydrateJ :Cantonment PALAFOX STREET. I and Blacksmith \r rEM KEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO
r OiNINO CAM SCKVIWO ALL MEALS CM ROUTE
'anessee Lime in strong paper ba'gs Manufactured THE Oflce-No. U South Palafox street Telephone 83. D.IL IIII.IJL\. P.AS.L worn.HMIHUU.'kL AIL
41} ibs. by REMEMBER 0. R. C. PICNIC ,CI.
at :25! cents at ware house. A REMEMBER THE 0. R. C. PICNIC
\'. A ,JUNE 28 AND BE PREPARED corner Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phone g and 372 fve1Y4.L .... .mm., .
VAN ANTWERP SON.Mobile Yard
Clubbs, corner. Gregory and Alca--ON JUNE 28 AND BE PREPARED' G. .._. ,. -
aI& SJune TO ENJOY'YOURSELF, jnlStf J ENJOY YOURSEt.F. Jnl9tf -- -

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JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY
DAna!: rGHT s THE PENSAC.oL'A

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c.-'l'"I- : ___ LBlISS-TAlKS' I M( WHAT HE ',:', r" -,- :,; ,

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ifYou'veBeenAcciistomed. SAW IN I JACKSONVILLEInvestigated -


Cleanliness >1 i ,

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: To Part With Five Dollars Conditions There as :
R REALESTATETRAN[ T T[

Regards Public Ownership of and Sterilizing .

; For a derby, we want to invite, your earnest attention to Water Works. ..

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A $3.50 STETSONThey're AS WELL AS ELECTRIC: LIGHTS: '. / If you know much about breweries you will be \

Following Is a list of the real estate II AND FINDS THAT WATERS D .

transfers recorded yesterday, reported 1'I _. surprised and pleased pith ;the cleanliness of ,
LIGHTS ARE BEWG\ FURNISHED
by the Pensacola Abstract Co.: .
all a derby can be and you're in adollar'n a half '
Escambia Realty CQ. to Mrs. :SallieE. I; RESIDENTS AT A VERY LOW / : ours. We take every 'precaution
Bettter get a Commings, E. 42 ft. of lots Land 2,'. : :

block considerations 7, Belmont Tract, $1 and other' ,RATE AND THE PLANTS: PAVING, gienic science and conscientious brewing have \

J. McL. G-Illis to Wt Lc: 'WJttich: E:: INVESTMENTS.
PANAMAv % of block 232, New City Tract, $300,I ever devised to prevent infection of our ,

and other considerations.Thos. I '
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v C. Watson to Robert Mitchell!1., who '
:Mayor Chas. H. Bliss, Vlslf.J.d
.W*& of lot 2 and the E. 18 ft. of lot.
-returned
summer every day wear. Nothing better and they 3, block 77, E. King Tract, $100. Jacksonville home*, and talks!last interestingly week has of co idltions f AMERICAN QUEEN I II

Robert Mitchell to Willie Grace, W
especially -
they last.for as they exist in that city,
years. % of lot 2 and E. ,IS Jt of lot 3, bl iL, in regard to the public ownership
W, E. I
King Tract $100.
I of 'the'water works and electric:

!I.part Jacob of lot.Lipps"M"; in to block Manuel 17 Gonzalez Old City,, lighting into plant.the former The,mayor owing went the carefully factI Every bottle undergoes several processes of ::
Six Big Electric Fans Make Our Mammoth fronting 27 ft on S. side'i>f Intenden- that Pensacola is soon to follow f tion and when sealed is put through along,i; slow process of sterilization -
cia St. by 170 ft. 3L I
deep $900. ,
the footsteps of Jacksonville in 1 1-4 hours
Louis Boleyn to R\II. Cary, lots 57, much valuable and pastuerizing, lasting', at temperatures
Store The Ideal Place to Shop and 58, in Sec. 47, T. 1, S. of R. 30( W., information.regard, and obtained which make germ l life an impossibility. Drinkers of draught beer

$1 and other considerations. I I "Jacksonville is a thriving and ;'goahead keg is first lined with
protected. Every we use pitch
W; L. Wittich to J. McL. Gillis, S. are equally .
town, said the mayor yesterday ;:
35 ft. of E. 135 ft. of Arpent lot 84, afternoon to a Journal reporter.: under pressure, which leaves.it .clean! as porcelain, insuring purity
and the N. 5 ft of the E. 135 ft. of, "It shows no outward signs' of oldI of its rich rare flavor. American
total .
THE JOHN WHITE STOREPhone Arpent lot 83, Old City: $1 and other and the preservation ,: ,
fogyism, unless it be in the matter
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considerations. I I letting weeds grow in the streets and Queeu will not make you lilious. It strengthens the nerves

D. Hale Wilson to Henry Williams, private premises. I went there for with natural vegetable food to
225 and body pure, easy digest.
205.207 S. PALAFOX lot 21, in block 111, E. King Tract, E. the purpose of investigating the waterworks : ,

of F.Tarragona M. St., $60. '- street paving and sewerage e, Keep it in your home and call far it at all hotels, cafes, clubs and careens .
Miles to Charlotte Haaff, partof and obtained considerable information ; y
SW# of the NE& of Sec 18, T. 5, of value.
N. of R. 30 W. bounded as follows:. i BREWING CO. Macon
ACME
"The
city already has a very large
Beginning at point 50 ft. S. of the N, Ga.:4
Marine Grocery Co. W. cor. running thence S. the' sewer system and is making extensive.

v vPhone lsi N n Or'T[ W. boundary line to SW; 'tor along. of said' many improvements parts of at the the city present the streets time.are In: Watch for nut ad on Matt and BOBS. 'p j

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604, 60S S. Palafox St 1 SW% of A"Eur of said See, thence E. being dug up and new sewers are be-]
4 chains 68 links to U I
725. right of way of in; laid, and I found that the soil was; 1 '
& N. R. R.;: thence said
along right of,,, very similar to that of Pensacola! Ini ;
V. J. VIDAL, Manager.We way 1089 ft, thence in a northwesterly j!;i the lower I / :
I.I part of the city, with the .
I M C CIAI IT T direction to a point: 55 ft E. of pointof !
ft usual quick-sand bottom. Jacksonville
carry a full line of Imported and beginning, thence W. to point of -
,
,
this
Domestic-Groceries and Provisions. beginning, $200. l expects to put in sewers Ili l
jVie want j f rai patrona'ge. Recorded June25. I summer amounting to considerably: d/I
over half what we expect to expend ..
N. W. Nlchelsoa Join
to Petersonand
for our entire system. In fact the
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NORfOlK Nealy Peterson:: beginning 140! _
n
has
city a contract for over $100,000( (
I yards S. of the SW'! cor. of A. Presley: for labor alone tent is admirable bne and
land ; the city pays for all a most 1'iIII ..,...
hence 140 yards, thence E. material! 'itself, and in addition to this strictly un-to-date. =
200 yards, N. 140 yard, thence contract there is
considerable! work Electric Light Plant.
W. 200 yards to point of PARTNERSHIP INSURANCE
beginning, being: done by the board of bond trustees "In regard to the electric light plantI .
John D. Rockefeller being in Sec. 22 t
17
Will Erect a 3, N. of R. 32 W.- who have
3 A,. $50. | charge of all underground found much cf interest to the city of; PROTECTS BUSINESS INTERESTS.

Cost B. F. Wolfe to Leslie E. Brooks, work. Pensacola. The orig'nal cost of the I Ii
Building to :
$300,000.The Brick Used Exclusively. plant,was, !in rouad numbers: $76,000.i, .
lots 13
to 17 inclusive
block I '
208 New
; firms composed of Individuals should by all means consider! !,;'
New additions have been made from
Work at Norfolk. City Tract, $100 and. other consider: !j !U regard to paving, Jacksonville I question of Partnership Insurance. In this way if one membei o 1
That luck it tions. uses brick entirely and the brick ..are year to ;year until the plant is strictly
means but don't
good
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I the firm should die, the other of the firm will be protected from :h.
require good luck to buy good clothingand I A. V. Clubbs to B. F. Wolfe, lots 131, laid directly on the sand with nootaei': up-to-date In every particular, and debts. Partnership insurance has been used to great advantage u.

furnishings, but John D. Rockefeller Is to erect a to 17, inclusive, block 208, New City! foundation. The street is carefully has cost, up to January 1st of this Pensacola. We will be glad to talk over this matter with firms h!
building for the Navy Department of Tract $100 and other considerations.: [ j' graded, wet and ro ld. before the'y ear, $385,423.19, When the want! was terested. -
Good Common SenseShow the David ; bricks are laid, and'.JhV'streets established.< furnished electricity at
Young Men's Christian Association H. Ruth to G. R. S'anion, E ale: in :
at the navy yard at Norfolk, Va., J& of the NBV4 of See. 17, T. 5, N. or admirable:: condition.' The streets in the same 'pri: .es as private companies,! Insurance, Gen'lPire 1
good Agt
your sense by calling on 28'c
which thousand
similar R. 31 W. ; Jacksonville that not was nts per Knowles Bros
to are
that erected by Miss Gould $100 and other consider paved arejust J
me for your Summer Outfit, Suit Hat, at the Brooklyn yard. This building tions. j as bad and just as 'ugly as tle' watts. Since that time the municipal:: Life i Prnsaeola
Shoes, Hosiery and Underwear and "
will have the will cost about $300,000, and \rill! J. B. McMillan! Jr. to J. J. Sul'ivats ,'I unpaved streets in Pensac:>la. in fact pant: has reduced the price of electricity -, .! r<_
you good luck to get the from 28 cents thousand '-"='''''''''"-f
best make another in the series that the lo 12 to 17, inclusive, block 70, W. the two towns resemble each other per watts; I
goods
the
: as well nobbiest
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and neatest at the least as Young Men's Christian Association King Tract, Belmont Numbering, $1001 very much la the unpaved portions: ta 7 cents per thousand watts; ani! ,
money. are and other ( except Pensaccla: has enormous reduction. Yet, the plant I f
establishing at the yards of the considerations. I 4 much cleanej'
l of And Boys'don't Clothing forget, Shoes I carry, Hosiery a full line and United States. Navy For years lr.: Prince Mills to C. E. D: Iembert Q, appearance 'i note OUQ thing in rei has paid.back to the city every dollar: 'i .oNNOON..................................N....oolN9dc70L9. +

Hats. Rockefeller has .had this project un lots 8, 9, 10, block 316, NeW;City, $1!; gard to paving) which .appealed to me! that it has cost together :with the I i :
der consideration, .during which time and other considerations. very favorably'and that; was the wide operating expenses and the intereston
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Beginnng June 20 to I |
July 1.
10 PER CENT ,DISCOUNT he has had the most critical investigation W. P. Brownson to N. W. Nichel- grass-plots left on"either side of the) the bonds; and has turned' a profit Iron Works and Supply Co.
and abaVe./all and cost
on all Clothing for cash. made of the work of the Association son, beginning at the NE cor. of W. N.j{ street in the residence-portion. The'' over expenses ; .j;if
i ioU into the public of $64,827.74.In Manufacturers and MACHINERY AND i
Repairers BOILERS,
center treasury
Yours for good for the men of the navy. Williams's land in Sec. 15, T. 3, N. of the streets are paved to a1: !
goods
OMIS. on a number of sites near R. 31 W. and running 116 yards W. width of 24 feet," or ;perhaps T a, little a few words. it may be said thatJacksonvlll'e'riUnder I FORGINGS; MILL AND STEAMSHIP' SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP t
Norfolk have toy; less, while the s.pJots municipal ownership J, REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all orders. *
been securea'' by the a post thence S. :?u yards, thence E.i gra upon the I
committee.. 116 yards to,right of way- ot T& N., side of the street are 10 or 12 feet is furnishing light for 25'per cent 8 day or night. Agents for James'McKay & Co.'s celebrated Las ana e

COLEMAN The building, will probably be R. R., thence N. 320 yards to point: ;! wide. \ These grass-plots: are covered}! of what private companies were charg' j Timber Dogs, also chains of ail descriptions. Office phone 123. Resi *
equal in size to that at Brooklyn containing of beginning: 1% A., $1. with Burmuda grass which is kept ing; has pail 'all expenses and has :1.1 i a dence phone 1028. ,P. O. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. I
plant-today worth over one-third ofm211'on : 0400/0080941NO.NIN.INON/NNNNNNNO.
social and dining rooms, gymnasium Jas. Grice to Reason Norris. clipped short with lawn mowers, and' [ OelN/ie
212 S. Palafox commencing dollars fully paid for, and' has!
SL and baths and along the grass-plots :
sleeping rooms 50 yards of NiWJ; cor. of 1 lot are panted war
Phone 727. for at least 400 10 -J' $54,000 to its credit in the treasury.;
men. There are often thence E. 70 yards thence S. 140 [
three to seven thousand naval men at yards, thence W. 70 yards cabbage i This shows what municipal ownership!
-- -- -- -- thence N.
Norfolk, a large jwrtion of whom are 140 yards to point of beginning being,! public square this year. As Jacksonville will do for the people, if it is" eelsfished -!r rI ANNUAL DIVIDENDScannot

BOSSO'SIce i apprenticed seamen. With limited in Sec. 24, T. 1, N. of R. 31 W., 2 All:,i' : has cheap water these grassplots -: and properly managed.: iI j
[ facilities the Norfolk Association last $10. I are sprinkled daily when ne es-I i be lost and used
year entertained J25.000 visitor::; Its 3 Seraphine Sunday and hustanV! sary, and they hake as fine an appear'! SEMIANNUAL, REPORT OF ', they may be to

Cream Factorycan beds.were 'used.9,000 times, and $62 John Sunday 40 Pensacoa: Investment'; aice as the blue grass of Kentucky and: HOME AND SAVINGS 'AS SO. reduce the each insured
000 of the sailors' money held for Co., W% of lot 243, block 28, Old City, the northern states. The moat strik premiums year if the
safe keeping. At the Brooklyn build $1000 and other considerations. ing feature of'J acksoD\'il e that I observed Secretary R. M. Cary of the Pen-
furnish you cream in l ug, with its superior facilities the I was these beautiful grass-p'o' sacola Home and Savings Associationhas so chooses. A life or Endowment Policy with

any quantity. Satisfaction attendance last year"was 214,000, 52- Attention, Knights of Columbus. along the street and the accomp nY-' issued his semi-annual report for
guaranteed. 000 lodgings were sold and $3290; OU A specal! meeting Knfghts of Co- l ing palm trees. that prosperous Institution. The report annual dividends in the Union Central Lifeis

l PHONE 1326 were deposited'; and 125,000...- meals lumbus will be held on Wednesday,, "It is a feature that I shall endeavor shows the asic. 'iat'on to be In
SAM BOSSO. Prop. were served. June 27 at 7:30 o'clock: p. m., at their to have the Board of Public Works excellent condition, the receipts for the most satisfactory
Of'the effect of the Association on hall to receive report of the commit-i I adopt in Pensacola, that i is to make our the past six months: having been

the enlisted men. Dr. Harn.on, surgeon tee on the picnic for the Fourth of. grass-plots on the res'dence streets 110545.55, and the cash on hand being B S. tIAMS General Agent.
of the navy hospital at Brooklyn much wider where against .
July. All members are requested to'' the streets are I $11,267.49 as $5,286.05 on;' ,;
made this -statement* "There Is be present. wide enough to admit of it, and when December 1,1905.REMEMBER Thiesen Building. Phone 608
Summer Shirts I nothing of the 'holier} thin thou' spirit JNO. B. JONES, these streets are paved it will be a
nor of condescension in this Naval J. S. LDOf FARID G. K. very large savin'2 to the property THE 0. R. C. PICNICON
Branch. I know of nothing that has: : Recorder. owners in paving, and will. enable JUNE 28, AND BE PREPARED' 're
One been such a refuge against temptation'or city to pave more macs: of street thel E :*

DollarAnd has done.more to raise the moral --- --- the same amount of money.

standards of the service. It is: right PRESS1I] Water Works and Electric Lights. hBASEBALL DRINK InBottles
Other Wearables down! to the level of the plans of tsailors'
For "Two of the
most notable featureof
daily life and need. It me et,' BUT/TON ,:
Jacksonville: in the of !
each way I
Men. man on the common ground of
trotherhood. These improvements are the water works
men do not
want to be sympathized plant and the electric light plant, at
It is comfortto .with. The
always
t a comraderie and goo fellowship of which are owned and operated by the American League.

pick from a broad and the Naval Branch leads men to good, city. This: is nothing new in Jack Washington-New York, rain.
wholesome lives. It is sonville, as Jacksonville establishedmunicipal Philadelphia 3; Boston 1.
handsome
collection of one thing to
tell a man to be good, but it is another a water works plant twenty Detroit 5; Cleveland 4. A DELICIOUS
fancy shirts, to note how to" give "a man practical, concrete six years ago, and established an elec St. Louis 0; Chicago 4. BEVERAGELook

smart-looking and well illustration of how he can be! y'y tric lighting plant twelve years ago,
good and get the most enjoyment so they lithe had long experience and National League. '
made they are, and yet out of life"Pensacola the results are matters of fact and New York 1; Philadelphia 2- for theTrade: Mark on Cap and Label. gF

to know that they will had.a demonstration of! y I1 form a very valuable: object lesson to Cincinnati 4; Pittsburg 6. .

cost what a Naval Y. Jf. C. ,A., is worth in other cities. Boston 1; "Brooklyn, 4.
only you one dollara the Naval Branch conducted her?,) "Jacksonville put in a municipal wa Chicago 1; SX Louis 0. Bottled only by
piece. during the visits of the fleets for thai i I ter works system'in 1880 and has been' ;
last two years This effort SimpIClC-5urat-sare.t_ + adding to it ever since, until the per'I Southern League.
I: Then too, Anson shirts was managed -! ; hygela5Bottling
jointly by the iF;nsacola' Association HindiMt-and only Perfect manent improvements on the first of Atlanta 7; Montgomery Works

always fit comfortably.MEN'S and the 'Peneacola Chats h.rl -aotot S.:1f-filling to Pea tyUl-No no gUM clogging filler t this year reached. the enormous sum BirminghamsNashville, rain. & -. ,
of Commerce and 'was of inestimable ordukkg. of $433,331.65. The city furnishes wa Little Rock 0; New Orleans 2. 124 E;
SUSPENDERSat value to the jackies. There is also YaadmpllPraetbelmttoau1r ter at the rate of 10 cents per thous Shreveport 11; Memphis 4. GhStreet.. Phone GS?.
25 an Army Branch and the men at o la the picture)and the pea fill I and gallons to private users and for
cents. "
In "Bub.
local forts would surely appreciate s manufacturing purposes on a sUdin'gscale South Atlantic League. .
I'
e And some others too, at the Installation of this feature here. 1 I Write toucbu tfcauttUnt the it, of from four to ten cents per Columbia 3; Jacksonville 2. .4. -
paperEagle$150 thousand gallons, so that the peopleof Augusta 1 Charleston 0. 1,NNI.NHPNN.NNNNNNJNIINH
<50 cents. Extra ;
good THERE ARE FEW Jacksonville! use water just as free
Savannah 4 Macon 3 first
: ; ( game.)
values. They'll never people who know how take ly as though they were pumping it i 3 Macon 0, Innings
to care of Savannah ; seven -

give way on you and The themselves-the liver is a most majority important do organ not Flash -, I from freely a than well if, they or perhaps had'to a use little the more labor (second game.) 1 The Red Hot Kitchen 1

place you in embarrassing !in the body. Heroine will keep.it In No.&!with 14 ktnt lOUd goU In pumping it The result is t tht notonly
pea point-finest mlcanized are the yards the
positions. Whether condition. 'V.: C. Simpkins 'A11 a, rubber and fully guaranteed.EakHFW."No.25 kept in about buildings l *
Texas, writes: .1 have Her- excellent condition, but the Hag.no terrors for the
used '
woman *
shoes using a stove to .
want hats grass-plots gas
you or and the streets of the
city
bane for her
Chills and Fever and find it with told Und.$2450 I itself receive 'cooking. lit is always ready and( the heat is ki! ffi
suits we can supply you. the best medicine I ever used. I Eafb "FUah"No. 26 round plenty"of water. In 'the.place whe.re.It. Is intended-risht under aroun I
or
I would not be without it. It is. as with i d6d,,$$3.00, p works'in figures Jacksonville the profit for of the the water five ., the,articles. to be; coked. .
past
good for children as !it is for'gro'wn
up" people and I recommend it It Sold and Other by Stefooen StorejAlk years are an interest'ng study, namely
' : I is fine for La Gripped Sold by all YOUR DEALEIt. lice : For 1901( $31,000; for 1902, $35,- We Want the ladies j:
H1 O. ANSON druggists. doesn't tell Too the Eagle 000; for 1903, $41,000; for 1904, $45- : :
"FLASH"Fountain Pens then 000; for 1905 $49,000. After putting a DABNEY'ANARtROW Of Pensacola who have I
end the retail price direct tons certain not yet had put in-a gas stove f
PRIVILEGES FOR SALE. ; Each pen abaolatdy guar portion into permanent improvements call and examine' them at our office. J
anteed. and extensions the waterworks I .
CASH CLOTHIER
Privileges are for sale for. the 'M turned over to the treasurer
Ii Fourth of July! picnic both afternoon Eagle PencilManufacturers Co. the following sums, which go for other IS CUKC8 CENTS SK8IXK EACH; S BOAITU FOR 25$111 CENTS | Pensacola Gas Company I

Corner Palafox and Halo. and night to 09 ,given at"Electric purposes and, of course, to reduce CLUCTT, PCABODT: & CO.vent .
3 /Broad..,. *
Park the 4 New York ,
by of'
Knights Columbus. taxation: In 1901, $28,000 in 1902, of civen MO ""* .c. a.r. I
;
Apply to Jackson ; Phone 748.; :24 and 27 E. Garden Street. 9
i Pee ai Pensacola $33,000; In 1903, $31,000;,in 1904,.$33- '- J _

Electric Terminal Co.. 27JU 000; in 1905,_$19,000. The' water sjs- ....:;.0 ....G..rnN1y........................."t.y ,


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