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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 28, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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VOL. IX NO. 154. PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 28, 1906. PRICE 5 CENTS
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SENATE GROWl )ED WITh PEN N'SYLYAN NIn IAB '. DEFENSE ()FTHAW 'i'STOCK LIMIT ORDINANCE! .


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IMPORTin ANT BUSINESS WlStiLBiBelieved 3 INSANITYmOuouj PASSED BY CITY COUNCIL


n E M.O1C R.ATSFORBRYAN .
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Ea in Conference on Meat TO this Plan/Was Bacided THEIR CHILDREN'S Measure'Will Become a Law Thirty .

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Inspection Provision to Agricultural Upon at Conference: of His Days After Approval by .

Bill. Attorneys' Yesterday. THROATS WERE BEING CUT the Mayor.


ANT1JEISHOUTBREAK[ H t


ACCUSES: HEARST Great Commoner Regarded as Prisoner Declines to Answer Questions Wild Rumor that Russian Anti-Jews RNSHAWSW0RNIN


T [ Certain Successor to President Asked by Alienists.. Were Operating in New York Starts ,


Eailey! Says He is Resoonsible Roosevelt As Successor to Alderman, Baars ;
I INSANITY EXPERTS REPO'RTED. TO 1alJicin Lower East Side. i .
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(for Magazine Attack. DISTRICT ATTORNEY, 'f THAT ". I in Precinct 14.QUESTION ,
LOUl!$ EMERY, JR, OF BRADFORD: s-' '
Deliberate Attempt to Cause Massacre THE MURDERER OF STANFORD: By Associated Press. I aggerated to-day and rumors i that

'NOMINATED FOR GOVERNOR ,_ New' York, June 27.-A wild Russian in .
rumor
\ anti-Jews were operating
AWARDING CONTRACT
CANNOT. AGREE ON .. OF
CONFEREES in Don Province, Russia. S S. WHITE WAS rtoj INSANE- that children's throats were being; this country were circulated and! that

RAILROAD RATE BILL. -GENERAL I I I FIRST BALLOT-PUATF.ORJU CpN cut in the public schools resulted'in f'the start was being made"oriHebrew, ; FOR NEW CITY HALL

: I ,Panic ,at Oman. I GRATULATES PEOPLE ON-CON. HAW REFUSEDiTO, ..PERMITPHYSICAL : such excitement and panic in the 1 children. '
DEFICIENCY! BILL PASSEDBy lower east side that fifteen"schools,I The schools were surrounded by STILL UNDER CONSIDERATION
S : EXAMINATION TO BE
VERSION OF REPUBLICAN' 'OR'GANIZATION. .with twentyfive.thousand pupils frantic parents who became:: so '
HOUSE-CONGRESS WILL were closed for .the day. threatening that calls for police; prti-- FINANCE COMMITTEE TURN

By Associated_ press : : : : : ..MADE.- . I: I I< The ttouble was caused by operations t ction were made. In one instance; ED DOWN REQUEST FOR APPROPRIATI0N .
COMPLETE I ITS
PROBABLY St 'June 27.-(A, delib--
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JPetersburg,
: performed on several child:-n people'becam'e 'so 'riotous that
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WORK BY MIDNIGHT SATURDAY ejratjj attempt to .provoke an'anti-! ; I I yesterday for the removal of ad'enoids. doors and shutters were closed, to REQUESTED TO

Jewish Jewish outbreak .has :ccurred By Associated Press By Associated press. from the throat. The report was ex-I I nsure the safety of those inside.
New York June 27-it is believed REMOVE WEEDS. .
at, Usoysky, Don province where the! Harrtsburg,* Pa.-June 27.Lou'sEmerr : l .
the.defense'- Harry 1naw for the I -
Associated Press population is greatly exasperated at t Jr., of Bradford, W s nominated :, -- -
By
Washington, June 27.-'rne' tiay" in the -destruction of a. venerated ikon.' for governor on the first"b'allot bj mur ''er of Sanford, white. .|_ was decided 1 1f The city council at its session last .
on at a conference of his attornesand FLOg ALA l T TOO'KTHE CHECKS[ K PASSED r [
:he senate was crowded with businessof which was attributed to thg Jews. Investigation I the democratic state convention." Mrs. Thaw to-day.-Judge Ollioit night transacted considerable important

importance including the announcement showed that the ikon. was The platform refers to W:J,"Bri n one of the attorneys.:,at.. the close of, business, notwithstanding the OPpressive -
chairman of desecrated by two "patrotic" Russians as "the great democrati commoner,, ,
of Senator Proctor, conference heat in the hall which caused
tne declined make
the committee on agriculture of a I Wholesale for provocative purposes. now regarded as the ,certain successor -: statement but allowed it -to be under any S streams of perspiration to pour from
arrests- have been made !
T [ FIRSTGAME T BY f PLUMBER '
deatock in the conference on the meat I : of Roosevelt to the presidency1and stood there was no. change in the the faces of the aldermen and the

inspection provision of the agricultural JEWS AT UMAN ARE.JNSTATE"., congratulates the people! of Penn'.plan of. pleading thatThaw[ was "in- spectators. Chief among the matters "
sylvania on the pretended' conversion, of importance to receive consideration -
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hill, and a reply by Senator, OF PANIC ''
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of the republican org nization-of th,, .san. !., ,- and final adoption was the much
him in
Balle to a recent attack on Alienists who examined Thaw today talked of stock ordinance. It will become -
I London June 27.- from state to moral doctrines. It NOG009He .
A'dispatch sound and .
tan Magazine.
j after
the C05mopo law within thirty days
Warsaw ; said he had declined to answer a,
to The Jewish
'Chronich to-
declares for the rule of the people 01
the.natural'zation Dr. Frank Q.
The passage of. the mayor's approval.
day says' that Uman'southwest of : questions saying itwas fay. advice
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till ihe continuance of Senator La. county state and nation as -again: s Renshaw the new alderman at large ;
Kiev is in a ferment and a massacreof of counseL Judge OHiott was sum -
14 took the seat
: from precinct No. ,
Follei e's efforts to present his bill. Jews is feared. The Jews of tietown federal tyranny or organized -greec b'it .'
hours of service on rail- are in 'a state'of panic. and corruption. . to the consultation even then[ 'NEW vacated by Alderman Baars, 'but did ",
Is in
limiting the Thaw refused to submit to an exam-::.Won from Y. M. C. A. Yesterday Now Under Arrest not have an opportunity to participate

rorfd; trains, the acceptance' the almost ination. Judge 'OlllotV' said he was > in any of the discussions, as he received -

complete report on the sundry! BIG STEAMER .unable- understandThaw's 'action. Afternoon by the Score Orleans and Will Be Brought t a telephone message summoning

civil bill: ani a speech by Senator Warren He said "I can't conip l'him. to talkif him from the hall. The question, "

supporting his resolution relativeto R REII[ CALL'OAYWILL l ATTACHED he does not want to," I ,of. 12 to 6. Back by Deputy Sanders: of awarding the contract ha'lls for the construction "
,IS Alienists reported*&;> the district of the city held undet :
the live stock industry were other attorney's omce.that"sf) far they were consideration by the Board of Bond .

features. able to ascertain not in Trustees.
raw was The first of 'the series of Pensacolians, who cashed a' few
Senator Bailey denied all allegations sane. The report wfe made with game, > I When> the council was called to
THE LIBELED! SEVERAL checks last week for a plumber name*
LOU1SIANIAN
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three to be between the Flpr-
ARRIVE[ reservation, as they were not able to played order there were present Aldermen
of the Cosmopolitan art.cle.: holdIng J. P. Hollisterr woke up to the fact a
W. R. Hearst responsible for' the DAYS AGO IS TAKENIN make a physical examination, which.I cIa and Y. M. C. A. teams, went to few days later that the checks 'were .Calm Christie Hays, Maura, :McHugh, f_
Thaw refused to permit: I Reilly Renshaw, Watson, Wright and
the visiting team .yesterday that Hollister did not
attack saying that in all six of hiscainpau.s CUSTODY BY THE'MARSHAL. I after worthless and ; ,: Yonge, and Messrs. Greene, Ingraham ;
I institution
noon at Palmetto Beach when they rave any money in the basking
':-- i Trustees
of Bond
Zelius of the boards -
he had not spent as much and
drawn
walked away with a victory by J a! upon which they were Safety" and Works, respectively. ;
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had in T t.- I
money as Hearst: spent one cashed them.
: : : when he'
.-. ..... core if:12-jto 6 "-> < (Before the minutes ,were read Dr.
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.{d 3u.1hjeceL1uayoralfy!!,. race. ,,I ." ....:.;. ,-"'" ," ,.... :. .. D RIVIN Q4ffA1CE9AT Only a small croVaf"was v pres n t One -of .the. vict'-msr. was..DL. i>'ann: Frank1 G. Renshaw; wfeb was-at the
._ it I heisser, who' was caught for the Suu I '
last meeting of the council unanimously -
CANNOT AGREE ON *" The big B'1tli: steamer Louis'an- when Umpire Schad called the' firs of $25.00, while there are one or two' !
ian, against which a libel suit was other parties in the city wtos'' chosen to succeed Alderman Baars
batter but those 'were present got ,
RAILROAD RATE BILL filed a few days ago by Scott M. Lof- up could not be learne; whcashed' < I I resigned, took the oath of office as
New Baptist Minister is Expectedto :their money's worth, for Miller; th; flames admintstered by Clerk J.erritl. Ai
--- tn, representing Henry :Miller colored K' Hollister's checks for sum; j
Washington, June 27.-The confe... for the sum of $5,000, wag yesterday T T THE[ PARK r first batter fcr the 'visitors sent the< ranging from $10 to $25. The p1unberithen : II that time only six were present and
tact on the ru.truad rate Bill tonight Reach Here this Afternoon. taken into .custody by the United ball on a line over the right field< I decided to change his res:4eac!; <,' the swearing of 'Dr. Renshaw made "
resultea ia fence for a home run, and this tool] a quorum.
uu agreement: States marshal and a watchman and went to New Orleans. The vie !
Tae eontHreuce agreement on the placed on board. ; v.batever ginger the locals migh I tims here reported their losses to Finance: Committee. t

senate amendment to tie sundry civil .. Miller alleges that he was perhaps bave possessed out of them, and theYI Sheriff Van Pelt and the latter :rwirci dI I Chairman! : Reilly of the finance committee ::

i bill> providing lor government parti- disabled for life through injuries re f FRIDAY'Six played a rather loose and listles: 1! to New Orleans asking that the mai I reported upon a number of matters .
:ipauou in the Jamestown centennial, of the" game thereafter. The batteries wen almost I which had been referred to that
'own-
negligence -
'Rev T. M. Galloway- who ceived by' the ,! be arrested and held. He got an
is reported today, provides for an ap- accepted the call to the recenth'l ers and master. and claims the above Miller and Ball for Florala:and Simon I immdiate reply that Hollistei! ommittee, making recommendations::
I
Blount and Lurton for the Y. 1.j in each instance. The committee a-fe
son,
jropi auon of $1,35,000.; It is pre- damages.Negotiations have and Chief. Deputy
the First Baptist church of this city, sum as was in custody,
IlCi,'d that will be the C. A. boys. l 1 Tiiesda I ed for further time In the matter of l
tae for
agreement ac- is expected to arrive here today accompanied -been pending for settlement 'I Sanders left at 11 o'clock! :Y i I
:ptea o> the house and senate. by Mrs. Calloway and two past few days with the plaintiff's Entries Have So Far Been While defeated'yesterday the locals night for the Crescent City and willi J. A. paw asking for an explanation as
think!they will even up matter: :! to: being dischar'ged and in regard t to
children from their former home in covnsel, but a agreement was not return with the plumber a pri!>one.1
GENERAL DEFICIENCY and vessel attached to-day by taking the game this afternoon the New back tax certificates; recommended 4'
reached the was Two Races Relative to the arrest
BILL PASSED HOUSE Talladega is expected Ala.It that there will be The steamer, which was. loaded by Made in the and I : apd will try hard for anothn leans Picayune cf Tuesday container:'. that the $lKIO( asked for by the Board ,
victory on Friday, when a big irowd: j of Works with which to continue the
The W. S. Keyser Company was
tha following:
of
quite a numberof'the congregation cleared yesterday for Liverpool. Others Expected.Interest is expected" witness the game. Dantonio and Reynold! work of cutting down weed! etc., be j
"Detectives
Washington June
27.-The
general the .church Cthe depot to welcome ;
ball, hud I already -
(Both teams can' lay good : not granted as large amount
seficitm-v, oui, me last of the big mono the new minister and his family who. in showei; themselves'eitrem ly Clev'rl .
about play been ar1
and as they are even Hollieter n.. appropriated to 19b' :
oaa mtasurei. passed tne house late for the present, will be'the guests of BRYAN APPLAUDEDIN in the gentlemen's driving ing strength, should iput up an interesting :yesterday who in jailing is wanted J. P. in Pensa, -! that the accrued interest oa tne bond.. ,
> plumber
Mr. and Mrs. C. M Covingtpn.
contest this afternoon aril It amounting to over $3,000 be transferred -
Amur's the important actions of the The corfgregation has secured the races, which are to be held at Kupf- is expected that the crowd will be< cola, Fla., for forgery. of Pensacola to the general fund; that the =

coast for
!at ntrai! deficiency bill ratifying and corner'of Guillemarde and Jackson ... in the city and inasmuch as toys more encouragement. On said in his order to describe the man a3:: the site of the ci'y hall, the sa'ary of
egan the duties collected during streets for a parsonage,, and this will t pleasing feature pf the game yestei Hollister was the architect and all other
? ,, the races are for the sport and not about his size. It happen d I
re weui Roosevelt's; term on imports be occupied by Rev. Calloway and; TO NEBRASKAN RECEIVED day was the absence" of kicking :md< being Dantonio and : Reynolds expenses incurred in that connection :
from Ufc Philippines. The democratsit family as soon as it is fitted up prop for any money consideration, many wrangling. Not one decision of Umpire that Detectives the Sheriff an; I be appropriated from moneys .

first made a firm stand against tne erly.Mr. WITH TREMENDOUS will enter. their horses and participate Schad's was questioned. and h' remembered almost to the inch jus: I on hand, thus leaving sufficient

:tem out finally gave way.CONGRESS Calloway will fill the pulpit of APPUAUSE.By who would otherwise not do so., umpirsd a good game of ball. the'could height figure of the Florida offic r, FTrhen < of the bond money to build the city >
the First Baptist church in this city hall and that the contract be awarded
So far ,there have been six entries; the task was given theta to; ,
WILL 'COMPLETEITS for the first time Sunday morning at to one of the three bidders and no .
not discouraged -
in the two events, three in the 3 minute look for Hollister they were :
LABORS SATURDAY 11 o'clock and it is erpecte that REVOLUTION further changes made in the plans All
there will be many out to hear his Associated Fiess. class and three in the 2:45 class'and :! plumber: and: of the recommendations the committee
a
Washington June 27-rIn a conver- sermon. Sunday night there will bea Milwaukee, June 27.-In the sta'edemocratic that the races will be interestingis THREATENED "As probably Hollister was on. some of toe big, were adopted.
auoa welcome ervice at the church to the convention called for" the without a doubt. Other parties who was S Water and Gas.
with the president today $ Jobs in the city, the c'etectives ::begai I
leaser Cannon stated that unless pastor which will be participated in purpose of adopting a platform Daniel own fast animals are expected to en- I hunting among the workmen cjn tbe< The petition of the property owners
something unforeseen happens con- by a number of pastors of other H. Grady was made temporary ter before the event takes place, and buildings. They were not long! on East Hill for an extens'on of the

gress will complete its labors for this churches and their congregations. An chairman. His reference to ,WilliamJ. it. Is expected that these races will AMERICANS I PREPARING TC, new in meeting a strange plumber, wh water mains, which was referred to(

btsslon at midrngm on Saturday. excellent musical program is being Bryan was receiyea1.1 with treuK-u-! lead to races of this character every I called himself, John Hallwell. and Detective the committee on Water and Gas, was
arranged by Choir Director Lurton dons applause. The' mention of Senator Friday afternoon at the park. ,LEAVE: 'HONDURAS QUARANTINE I Reynolds! who buttoaholet: reported upon favorably by Chairman

PURE FOOD BILL HAS for this occas'.on.: and the public in Bailey in connection with railroad .The entries up to date are: MAY BE DEMORAL the fellow in the new Den ?chaud 'McHugh, but inasmuch as the extension -
general is invited to be presenl and legislation was also applauded. Three minute class-Sorrel Frank Hotel, being erected on B.iroDne< I will entail considerably expenditure '
BEEN AGREED UPONWasn.ngton. extend Rev. Calloway and family a by Geo... W. Clutter; Sweetheart by N. IZED.By and ePrdido now streets declared UN! each year on the part of the c'ty "'

.hearty welcome to" Pensacola. Goldring; Flossie by T. E. Welles. Hollister, and sooi botl for fire hydrants the matter was referred
was
food June 27.-The pure The new pastor of the First Bap-- SILVER SERVICE 2:45 Class-Range by T. E. Wfelles! ; stranger Detectives Dantono! and Rejmolu! I to the finance committee. .
bill as agreed on by the conferees tist church has held the pulpit at tne Snow Drop by E. Eaglehoff; Little: in charge and esjcorte Franchise C Committee.
the man
tOua of the senate and house was First Baptist church TnTal'adega! for WAS PRESENTED Dan by WWie Connors. Associated 21.-officlal Press re. bad him to police headquarters. On the i Chairman Cahn, of the franchise <:'
Orleans, June
> reported to the senate. The and ) One of the rules governing the racesis New committee, reported the ordinance
boUS the put ten years the; congregation that revolution is threatened -j to the office Hollister admitted upon
uteemenL.The bill ,is taken as the basis (,f ,: there regretted. to part with him. that every owner must drive his ports in say Spanish; a Honduras. I his way identity. 'granting a franchise to the Pen

own entry.TWO told Chief of Detectives TV I sacola; Grocery Co., to construct a
leav
| preparing to < 'He
senate committee on foreign DAMES GIVE HANDSOME .. Americans. are I checks In ; track along, Jefferson street,
re.auoES: i"I .RrAl..L COLONIAL and the quarantine pl'J.5 Rance that he gave two spur
the country
authorized a favorable re- 1r N. .j which in its amended ,
and at the time he offerst dI was presented
Hondura Pensacola
> oh 'the ,
por force
on ue protocol providing for tne '. PRESENT'TO BATTLESHIP NEGROES CO cautions in demoralization,,I the paper he was under the Influence form and received and ordered to
establishment of an international in- coast are in dlnger'of did 'not know wha. take its usual course.
and
utute HAS PASSED AWAY S VIRGIN made to the Louisian, of liquor
ot The report was
agriculture at Rome Italy. TO DcFUNIAK doing. ; In regard to the fender ordinance ;
\.bOUt Board of Health by traveling: he was
fork State
governments are parties which under consideration the 'j
.' "As far as can be learned, HoUIstei was by
0 thE
arrangement medical inspectors.DUKE'S forged the signature of a business, committee he asked, for further time, '

By Associated Press.. By Associated Press. man in Pensacola and obtained $2;), which was granted. ?

Morroccan Treaty. I Toledo, 0., June 27.-J." N. Freu, Norfolk, Va.. June 27. The 'haud' ,CAUGHT NEAR BLUFF SPRINGS STABLES on one check and $15 on another. Oi I General Ordinances. :

Washington, June 27. wc-nator Cul-! known all over the country as "The some silver service given by the his person at the time of his ;arrest, Chairman Yon.ge of the general ordinance -
lam asked unanimous consent to vote Immortal J., N." died todayat fie Colonial Dames of America, of Virginia BY DEPUTY BREWTON; were found two checks drawn on thirst !j committee reported on two ,'

a the ratification of the Moroccan I Toledo State Hospital for the Insane: to the battleship Virginia,Vas WANTED FOR HIGH- BADLY DAMAGED }< National Bank of Pensacola,.: ordinances. One was for the construction -
treats at'th Norfolk navy yard order'of Lew i S;! of all sidewalks in future
December 12 next. Consider"u i For years he travelled over the presented. one payabla to the ; *
u was deferred to executive ses- I umted States paying. neither hotel to-day in the presence of a large WAY ROBBERY. Job, calling for $10 and ,the j othc;%" on Garden street between Tarragona -

s.on.: bills nor railroad fare. Ha had been crowd1. FOUR SERVANTS HAD, NARROWS payable to the order of Frank j Pooks!i. and Spring streets of not less j[
'I an inmate ,of the insane hospital for for |he sum of $15: Both check:I than 12 feet in width, and the other
LOSS Hollister. to create the position of inspector of
;
several months.PREACHER.SAILOR. of Walton ESCAPE-TOTAL were signed' J-
Sheriff Campbell county
\ buildings and streets. :
\VAGGAMAN STRIKEON
LABORERS
DEAD arrived in the city yesterday from De- : $55'OQO.-; Bond Trustees.

Funlak. and returned with two negroes v ,, lIREONBOARDPACI19C ; Chairman 'Green, of the Board of

FROM CANCER l. a N. WHARVES Tom Sweet wanted and in DeFuniak Emory Gald-for- ,- Bond Trustees, reported that the con-
win. who are tract between the city and Mr. Currie, :
Press
IS DISCHARGED highway robbery and who had "es By Associated LINERS i
York, June 27. James Brodilluke's of New Orleans for the construction
New
the officers of that
from county -
caped stable, five storiei! of the sewerage system, had not yet
the laborers employed on made their way to Pensicoa private --
All tt.el and
By Associated Press by fire tocay. been entered into but that such
damaged
"ashington. June 27,-News has By Associated' Press L. & N. wharves went.on strike "Wed.an'l. thence north to Bluff Springs. I high' was badly loss included two automobiles By Associated Press. ; would probably be done in a few days.

ten received of the death of ThomajTjVaSgaman Norfolk, Va., June '27.:-XIathewFortner nesday morning and the work of loading ..Deputy Sheriff Allen Brewtoa captured The four horsss and four carriage I San Francisco June 27.-
| former treasurer if: the sailor-preacher from vessels is at a standstill. The, the negroes Tuesday night hay- to $55,000. Four servant. raging in'the coal bunkers of- th< the new city hall, and gave the names -i

i Catholic University who .failed 1 South Carolina, has been ,dishonorably men demand $2 per day, an advance of ingrecelved a description of them a amounting escapes from: being cu transpacific liner American at tti:! of bidders and amounts. The board, .
.Q[ over four million dollars a year I ago. 1 tofore. The men are determined not their way to Flomaton at the time off by '
he have
al a farm house near Annapol1l& deserted from the navy when four 'wtr covered this morning and tugs
policemen.All
) The cause of death was cancer found it did pot suit a. mai of his to return to work. unless the advance, and Intended going to some. of the by burned. been fighting the blaze all day-; (Continued on Page Threi). .
w tLe stw mills in Alabama. painfully:
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". :;,We\will', sell any ;article in at: cost means a saving you per ; e,

b ;'T I g-'. '. Big Closing Out Sale, beginning :; ," | "_: ;, .:. .:. ;



: : : :"-ts:::, Thursday. June. : 28, and Lasting Until Friday 4 July 13, 1906. \j I ,'. /r 4 :




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.


I would. like to state that i do not.give 5::per cent to anyone to conduct my sales. I am my own manager and give my patrons'the benefit of the saving. I

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DOMESTICS. \tl WHITE GOODS. GENTS1 FURNISHINGS..

&OO yards Standard Dress Prints and Calicoes, actual 6c and 8e values 30-inch Lingerie, worth 10c per yard......;.. '" ... ... .. ... .. ..- Sea Handkerchiefs, 5c values...Sacrifice Sale Price. .. .. .... .... .. .. 3e
.Sacrifice: Sale Price;,: j.' ,;... ;; T..- .. .., .'. .... ..". .. ..4C 40-inch White Lawn, 12&c value per yard. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. 9c' Fine Hemstitch Handkerchiefs lOc lvalues.. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. 7c
'5,000 yards;Apron Gingham, all colorsSacrifice Price p"er yard..4c 30-inch India L'non, 8c value, yard........ ... .. -.. ... .. .. 5c Half Hose, black, tan and fancy lOc values. .";.. .. .. .. .. . 7c
5,000 yards Figured Lawns 81-3c values, Sacrifice Sale Price, per yard 3c per ? Genuine Lisle Hose black and fancy; 25c values. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ".19c
5,000 yards Figured Lawns,.8c-values, Sacrifice Sale Price, per yard._ 5c Persian Lawn, 15c and 20c, value, per yard.., .. .. ". !' .. .. .. ..... 11c Ne'gligee Shirts, 50c and 75c value.:!... .. ." ... ... .oo .. ... .. .43c
5,000 yards Bleached Domestic, 7c values,' Sacrifice Sale Price, per yd.. 5c Long Cloth worth '$1.35 per bolt, Sacrifice Price per bolt... ... .. .. ..96c Men's Good Extra Heavy Web Suspenders: 15c y. lue.. ,i .. .., .. 9c
10-4 Unbleached Sheeting, 22' c values.- ... ...- .." ? .. .-. .. ., *.16i c Mercerized Waistings, 15c values, per yard.. .. .. ..' ;_. .. ," .. .. .10c Men's Guyot Suspenders., 35c value. Sacrifice Sale. Price.. .. .. .. .. ..19sCLOTHING.
10-4 Bleached Sheeting, 25c values.;;.. ... ," .... .. ... .. ... ...18 c
Good Huck Towels, 15c values, per pair.. t. ",. .. ,.' /: ;; .-..... or .. .. 8c ----4 !
Extra'Large Huck Towels 2:5c: .values, Vail to'go, p ii..: .. .. .. .. ....15c NOTIONS.Pins .' r. .
Bleached Table Damask, 58 Inches wide, 'actual value 35c Sacrifice WE SHOW NO MERCY TO PRICES IN THIS DEPARTMENTMen's
Sale Price per :yard .. .. ...... .. .. ... .. .. .: .. .. .. .. ..23c per paper, Sacrifice Sale Price....... _..' ... .. ..? .. .. ., 1c" Suits that sold for $7.50 and $8.00, .. .. .. ..co .' .. .. .$-t.23
Red Table Damask, 58 inches wide, 30c value Sacrifice Sale Price....18*c Men's Suits in Fancy Cassimere Cheviots and Serges, others ask $10.00
Hooks and Eyes Black and White J' .Sacrifice Sale Price.., ." ., .. .." 1cFeatherStitched V for them, Sacrifice Price Sale..I.. .-, ." ... .. .... .. .? .. .$6.93
Braid worth "lOc. :per bolt. Sacrifice Sale Price...... 4c 75 Suits regular $12.50 and $15.00 values, comprising a grand assort-
DRESS GOODS AND SILKS. Pearl Buttons, 5c values Sacrifice,Sale Price, per dozen. .. .. .V.V1c' ment of block, blue and fancy, Casaiinere, Serges aDd Cheviots will
36.inch Black Cashmere-and Mohair, 35' value Sacrifice Sale Price, 'Extra Fine,German Pearl Buttons; Sacrifice Sale Price, per dozen.. ... 3c sacrificed in this great sale at. .,, oo .. .'.. u. I.. .. .. .$3.89

per yard.. .. .. .. .. .. .... .... .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .......21c Torchon Laces all widths, with insertions to match, Sacrifice Sale Our' entire.of line cost of or Boys'value and Don't Childreas mis* this Suits will be closed out regardless <. -
38-inch Black Mohair, the kind you have: ,always paid 60c and 75c for. go Price. .. .... .. .. .. .. ......... .. '.; ... :. '" '.. ...3}. c Men's Good: Durable Pants, in all colors $1.50 grand values.opportunity., Sacrifice Sale
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in this great sale, per yard. ....... ... .. ... ,t.. ... ... ...39c .. .. . .
Panamas, Voiles, Florentine_Crepes Etamines, swell- Point De Paris Laces all widths, insertions to match Sacrifice, Sale Price: .. ..' .f..... ." .,. .. '. .. 93c
Black Serges and
... .. .... .. .. .'. Men's Fine Worsted Pants in all and values
season's worth to Sacrifice Sale Price'; : ..V ... ,.. '.. '.., ..4i c popular stripes $2.00 $2.50
est of this fabrics $1.25 "
Price, per yard.. .. ... ,.. .. .. ".'up;.?' ... ...yard... ... .. ... .. ..76c 1,000 Jap Fans, lOc values now.. .,...... .. .. .-.-. ?' ? ? ...... /3cLadies' Sacrifice Sale PrIce.. .. .. .. .i i .. .. .,. ",. .' .. .. ... '.. .. .$1.43
36-Inch Black Taffeta, the kind that wears, guaranteed regular oil4 nish
we will sell at, per yard,. ;.. ......u, ..., .. ,. ... .'. ,.. .... .39c Fast' Black DropJStitch Hose, 15c values, Sacrifice Sale Price 8c SHOES.LADIES' .
36-inch Taffeta Silks in Black and Colors. best ever shown in the city I Ladies' Full Fashioned Seamless Fasf Black Hose 20c values Sacrifice 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'. .. '''1 .. .. ;....... .,. '". ...'. ... '.. ... ... 13C LAEKES': Fine Pat. Tip Oxfords, $1.JT5 and $2.00 values .. .. .. .$1.39
27-Inch Drap De Soire all Silk, 60c value, per yard. .. .. .. .. .:.39c Ladies' Fine Handkerchiefs lOco values.... .. .. .. .. ... ... .. ... 3c A Fine Line of Misses' and Children's Oxfords and Strap Slippers; don't
A fine line of LADIES' SKERTS, strictly up-to-the-hour'in style, in Mo La dielFinerHe 5titched Handkerchiefs, 15c values.. ... ... .. .. .... 7eiadies'17gdervests' fall to see them from.. .. ; .. . .. .. .. ,. .98c up
hairs, Panamas, Worsteds and Serges from $2.48 up. Men's Good, Durable Shoes, all leather alpopular styles. $1.75 and
All ourfine, line of Ladies' Lawn and Silk Shirt Waists will be closed ', full taped, lOc; and 12/c values Sacrifice Sale $2.00 values, Sacrifice Sale Price . .. .. ,. .. .. .$1.37
out regardless of cost or value. Price M''.. .. ".. .. .. .. .. .... .. ? ... ... ... '". ... .. 7c Men's $3.00, Oxfords all shapes, at.?.. .. .,. .,. '" .. .. ... .$2.48
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All artfcles guaranteed to be just as represented. Any purchase'niade during the sale not proving.satisfactory will be exchanged or money cheerfully refunded. The chanceof

your life to buy at these prices Dress Goods, Silks, ; White Goods, Table Linens,;.Silk Waists, Skirts i Underwear, Trunks, Carpets,-Mattings| | ? in fact everything goes.

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V Axeison, mayor; J. L. Richbourg and K"'f .......r ___""' '_ -

[r- U ; ; I I I L I I SHINE ORDERED I you think of snow: capped mountains and cool,_pure, bubb11! : '

brooks with the ;i zest of Bohemian Hops_ added, when v x

drink A. B. C. BOHEMIAN BOTTLED BEER.

Laurel Soeclal Hill, FOR RELEASED[ BY
gine No. 4 w ; MFG. CO.. THE PURITY OF A. B. C. IS THE A. B. C. OF PURITY
here Sunday.
Fla.

as placed he came the < ; U T WHY WE l CALL IT sA..= .' i'eMQT
SENT FEEE tort
ing and left it $ users of morphine,
a very Jew opium, laudaQonv

seen near moving the old calneorw euLrafoplameo-Jskeya IIYO'uog A. B + tEfRS- %+
}' large book of par LBOHEMIAN 1
Plummer I M ticulars oahomesanatorium or '
pjoy of the I I meet. Address treat,Dr. Man in the City Jail \Was ;
years came B. SI. WOOLLEY

the small engine crew on .!lsaattaa, Georjs. Not Wanted by Postal

that lie said the to a H Authorities.Theodore .


stated the first shops also in' I [ U MEN : Shine, the young man. Because year and we, obtain go to Bohemia bur supply every of

to the \ whose home 'is in Greenville, \la.'las' .., Hops from the feest hop producing
(
Springs, with \ yesterday released from the
gineer and ) city Jail, Recorder Laney having dIscharged : district of that little country i V, xi

dustor. Alex municipal him court as on a prisoner the charge in of the be- which grows the ;finest quality ,
with the L. &
T P I N I IT
making him ing a dangerous and suspicious char. of hops in all t&e world. We I,
he company. acter. to Canada the 'I
jfor best
f : go "
.Mrs J. F. Shine was arrested last week by the .
children are : police who thought that he was want- Barley grown in ;all the world.
week, the T U ed by the postal authu ities. The latter We use only the;. best material.
tUKoa West it is stated, were at one time in hi -
: brewing ..
'Miss Nannie the city looking for him, but this 't> ..'. i ,
lusia. Is .1 V was several weeks since. When he i 41' 1d '"
Mr. J. F, was arrested the postal authoritieswere A. B. C. t
successful notified and one of the officers tBEERS eAsaelly sBlZwiaC:,: ,
flying trip to ai' to Come, to came here and at once opened correspondence -' .ST. LOUIS. :
jMiss Adie! with the department)
ed here r Over P, & but he failed to' get any information,, only Beer bottled EXCLUSIVLY ..
THE at the Brewery
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tin Sunday and yesterday the young man was
G. W,, jt'I! ;1 given his liberty. St. Louis Therefore the only Beer whose PURITY can ;t
Ala., passed I I i -
absolutely GUARANTEED.H. .
T9Ute to Mary Recorder's Court. i
a, successful > Order of Railway .Recorder Laney had twenty-two 'defendants .
rig' In the an annual event before him in the municipal I COLORING. 'Distributer PENS1COU
G.
Mr. S.
to-day and '
occurr I
court, yesterday morning for tnal.)
the Yellow + it will be the Of this number three defendants were
Crestview other discharged, three cases continues, one
the. company. : nature by the defendant given thirty days hi jail,' V
Several of event is to occur and. fines, amounting to $42 imposed. .-
the affair In and in order to --
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The for 1 i i MHHHHMIHHBHBiHWHUlSIAU flBiJlBiBMBEH BIwBWB*' 1'
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; New Suits Filed.
.: res'uNed In expected grounds to go a The following new suit was filed

picnic union: depot at'.once.every yesterday the circuit In court the office: of the ,clerkiof i! Get Oiir Prices on Lumber

hour, commenc Newman Goldring vs. James Wes!!
and llary E. Wells, foreclosure of
and continuing If you do, you can figure on a saving of several in
& ,
the conclud mortgage; Avery Avery attorneys
provided yon arc going to build. Remember we s m. "
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for plaintiff.
event. J everything that enters In the makeup of a house i I.
has been I her, Brick, LJme Hair Hardware Shingles, Pam L
and many 1 us give you prices on your needs.
been offered by
for the winners I
Coffee Saunders Mill Company,
be run over the '
; bring the crowds Phone 71',. 21 fast Garden Street.
is expected that agrees with you stick to It. I
V of the low If not, use
The date! --::
at first the 29th ,
Friday and the POSTUMFOOD -- -
was changed to ,,, V Order Tour
requests were re
.t residing along ICE, COAL and ''''OOD
& P. divisions! COFFEE.
firezsa. the
the city for ice ? >
I A: low Tate for .as thousands workers of do.brain I Consumers9 Ice Fuel-Company..
also be in effect : Offl6 Corntr Clues: &I d Tarragon Ph ne;??g. ,

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: -' rr I PnoEIIEUI G f f STOCK K LiMiT ,We NIGHT. Have: -, .Something.SHIRTS'*-n.3-- ,Swell .In.- H [EA'YY y



.- .. .' ... : Blind 'He d he I



I .' HONORED N [ n1 ORD I IN FIANCE N [ -TpAjs'HBATHING; 'FOR SHORT H T : "About a year ago," writes Mrs. Mattie Allen, of


SUITS 1123 Broadway, Augusta, Ga., "I suffered with


I ) RERUN[ : '. o 0 [ PERQO! blind, sick headaches and backaches, and could get

PASSED : ; no relief until I tried. -
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-THINGS ARE NOT"WHAT ,\ Night Seeoirpopul&r Nearly Half an Inch of Water Fell! 1I E -
THEY USED TO BE. AND : $1.00 article. "
By Electing Him a Life Memberfor (Continued from First Page). WJ CARooUIToman's
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LET US ALL BE THANKFUL 1 $1-25: in Minutes Commencing at
Brave Deed the matter under consideration. and Pa.am 1 $2.50 Suit.Something .

SHIRTS NOWADAYS ARE in SavingLife would 'report later '" s swell t 1 'I i .
O'CIockYesterday. ,
Comproller's Report. .
MADE TO FIT AND TO :GIVE of Rabbi Koch. "' The' report .of the' comptroller, in for, $1.75. : \ ,1 '\ Relief ii

printed form, was submitted to the For a space of ten minutes; the rainfall -

COMFORT.SEE council as follows: Afineifoe yesterday was excessive, the fall, '

OUR SOUTH WINDOW I night At the by the entertainment members of the given Progress last Peosacola,Fla..Jane 21. 906. Bathing: Suits from $1.00 according to the records at the local % I immediately commenced to improve, and
To the Hon. Mayor and C.>uncil. City of weather bureau bein'g .45 of an inch. '
FOR C1SPLAY OF. "EMERY" Club in honor of Rabbi Samuel Koh, .Pensacola" to $3.50. Now is the time to use Rain commenced falling at 1 p. m., 41 % now I feel like a new woman, and wish to

I who is to depart Iayi.for'SeattIe, Gentlemen-=-Below please find statement of and'the hardest downpour was ,between : recomhiend it to all sick women, for I
-MONARCH" SHIRTS Wash., the club took occasIon to pay receipts ani cl,sburs'emnt3 for the month of one. -
AND AT 12() and 1:12; when the' above "
tribute to the brave : deed of Ralph May,.K03 :'with a detail statement of the # amount* was recorded. It ceased at WRITE' \. };know it-will cure them, as it did me.

SOc Eerlin in saving the ]life of the rabbi, expenses for the month;' also a comparative 1:25 and the total rainfall was .53 of US \/ Cardui pure, medicinal extract of
-electing the' young man a 11emember : statement of. the floating debt on May. 31, .
WE ARE GOING TO CLOSE: of the; ;club. This action 1905,ani: Apnl 30,1906 i : White & NixOUTF'ITTERS an The inch.maximum temperature yesterday r FREELY N&V 'veg table herbs, which relieves

upon the part of the club a surprise -Cash in female femaleyour
regulates
cl.me treasury AprlL 80,
\ pains',
THESE 87 1 and
OUT MAKES AND : to, the young manbut he .responded 1908 .............,..........' $60,33528! the minimum-was ,degrees at p. m., and frankly, describing we win .
75
temperature degreesat symptoms \ functionstonesuptheorgans]
HAVE PUT THEM DOWN TO feelingly' to the' high tribute. Receipts yI906; _;; 3:30 p. ,m. ,On the same date of COnsIder'your case and give : .
paid him. From enses.. .......:...., 11B46 Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back last year the maximum was '87 degrees '}'Ou free adce'in plain sea1 d \ t'0 a proper r stateof h ea lth.

CLOSE OUT QUICK. It will be remembered that last FinesJotU1dFee?and!costa ,2/15140 and the'minimum 78 ,envelope}. Don't hesitate, but it fpr trouble.
Try
week Rabbi Koch' "and'Uss JenniaLevj From taxes.......*......".... 7,492 73 PH0NE790: Observer. degrees. I write: today. Address: Ladie;* Advisory \ your
Reed, in his daily sum f $
EMERY AND MONARCH'SSOG I- had a narrow escape from County Road and Bridge Next to New Brent Bonding Dept., The Chattanooga. tedIvery druggist sells Itdne

I death by drowning. It was the occasion Taxes....................... 56203 mary of weather .conditions yester- Co., Chattanooga, TeaL v in $1.OO bottles.
day said
of a bay party to the life saving From Miscellaneous, ......., 334 It.-$ 10,83961 29 S. PALAFOX ST. :
: "The
of the air is
pressure high
station and Rabbi Koch and Miss PHONE 790.. .
: i
Levy not noticing that the boat, .:Making..........- ......... $71,19402! this morning over the east Gulf states. .' -

which they had had left moored at The disbursements were. as An extensive low pressure area covers ,- ,
the west"Scattered ,
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the end of the wharf, had 'rifted follows: read the second time and took the

some distance away and in the darkness Interest on bonded debt.... 6,00100 same course. showers and thunder.storms

s=_ walked off the end of. the wharf. Bills payable ................ 1.10000 The ordinance granting the Pen states have continued" in the Gulf

Miss Levy could swin and managed to I Wanantspaid..............'. 18,37884-24.88184--_ .. cola Grocery Company the right tc .states, in the Kansas middle,' Nebraska and' south, Iowa Atlantic and 'The Glorious Fourth
reach the but Rabbi Koch construct track
wharf. was a spur on Jefferson
.
Balance cash in treasury.. 1161:11.6EXPENSES : : Minnesota, and rain prevails in the
unable to help himself being unableto street, wasreadfn, its amended forman north Pacific
states. has
rain
Ewim, and was being rapidly car- MAY 1 00.Dept referred .to the ordinance and "engrossing fallen in Heavy
parts of Alabama : :
Tied"' away by" the tla'e when Mr.. Berlin committee and to bo published and Nebraska. Jlississ'ppi Will be fittinglY celebrated this year by the
of Public The weather in
the
Safety-
OSCAR E. MAURA, without hesitation, leaped intp: Police at the expense of the applicants.On Ohio
Protection. and
valley northeastward
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.Stocks the water and saved. the rabbi from Final Passage. through
Bonds and Securities Bough and Sold. drowning. Salaries of marshal,deputy The ordinance the New England states has remainedfair. '
42E.Covc'nmontSt.. P.O. Box 154lite and police. .... .. ..>| 1,56769 prohibiting smokingon The lowest temperature thismorning :
Yesterday Rabbi Koch, Mr. Berlin { streef cars, and providing a penal.y 'Knightsof ColumbusWho
Station house is
i expenses 12U 00 40 degrees in YellowstonePark
and Miss Levy had their photographstaken Patrol expenses..... 176 b9 for,'conductors or other in charge ; the hIghest: for Tuesday, 102
which'wUl be forwarded to I of cars to allow same was placed up-
Feeding prisoners,. 12423; degrees occurred":El Paso
Texas.
,
\ Barber ShopThe Washington in'connection with iie-. on its third and last reading and ,
Stock pound expenses ...... 41 93 "Fair weather Is indicated for this wilt| give a Grand Picnic
scriptive-matter of the rescue and p*- Stationery and Incidentals. S3 8-$ 2,08406 unanimously passed. vicinity

white barbers, .formerly of 35 titions of citizens and it is probable.i Fire Protection: The much agitated, and long talked again tonight; showers. may be expected -
Thursday.
that Mr. Berlin will be rewarded by of 'stock ordinance then came for Winds will Wednesday July 4 1906AT
S. Paiafox St, are now located at No. Salaries of chief and em- up be variable." ,
being with Carneglo here' discussion. The committee reportedit .
presented a
8 E. Government St., next to Western ployees .1 1,21778Talejrraph
Union medal. 'I alarm repairs slightly amendea', and itent ELECTRIC. PARK

The affair of last night at the and rt'newals.......... .... 80429 back on second reading for these
.- .- club rooms was ,a brilliant success,I Apparatus and achinery. 18 80 amendmments, which were to make We want all to come. You will
COTTRELL, and was largely attended by the Jew,,I Rent houses of.truck and engine. 8700_ the extreme' limit on the east Sixteenth MRSI SHEEHAN N NI

ish citizens and their families. It, Water r..nt .' 826 07 avenue instead of the bayou I have the time of your life

FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. ......... .... _
was given that Rabbi Koch might. Incidental 108 8 and the limit on the north Jordan
Pensacola. Fla. meet them 'for the last time at sucba L Kepairs and additions .... 143 00-$ 2,78382 street. On arrival of'3 o'clock car, a patriotic address

-- -- --- gathering and many bade him' good. Charities: Although some aldermen opposed I IS r
PAINFULLY
Saiarypbyslcisn WOO will be delivered the Hon. W. A. Blount Jr.
WATCHES AND CUT GLASS bye with regret. He' leaves to-daj Hospital 8125 such a proceeding an' invitation was ;by -
for Seattle, Wash., where he is to Medicines expenses.,. 2835 extended citizens who had not heretofore
Something Swell in Gold Jewelry.W. match of base ball
At 3:30 o'clock be-
have charge of a large congregation, Care and Transfer of paupers addressed the-touncil oj this : game
A. Gahlcnbeck, 213 S. PilafOI! SL During his here he. had I 15 02-1 124B2 matter.' J. C. Pebleyopposed' the pas
residence ,
-- -- made many close and lifelong friends' \ sage 'of the ordinance in its present INJURED E tween two of Pensacola's. crack teams, the win-

TURTON not only among Jthe Jewish famil.es Total Dept. Public Safety' | 4,97250' form, stating that no one in ;the extreme ning team to. receive $25.00 in silver.
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BELL
.. Dept of Pnbhe Works: portloiof the
but citizens of all denomlnationsT eastern city .
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE among Streets.' ro$ang-i,etc........ $ 1,81099'"'O 1870. who are sloth to see him depart Streets,' cleaning...... .... < 750 I wanfed'the: rill'inaDcft.i: : (all, but they : At o'clock the .field sports begin:
Kodak Supplies.! Finishin] for Amateurs. Street-lighting.... ;?. .'6B45 ', were willing to compromise by'Jiaving. '

.- --- If you knew the value of Chamber, Sewers. .cleaain*and:flush-:.....' 8000*{ the .stock limit at Twelfth street'or Thrown from( Boggy Directly Across : S Catching the' greasy pig. : '

Iain's Salve you would aev er wish to Garbage, removal and- -,disposal '. Clubb's corner H said ihb 'ordinance Track "
of
Fast r
R. K. WHITE,. be without it. Here are .some of the : ..' H.--..,_? 24J60, >:' \: benefitted. no.fiaewb.ut.ihe feed Moving "- Shoe 'mixings!race.i' .
.... .. .'.....
Watchmaker. Manufacturing Jeweler. and Graduate Diseases for which it is especialljvaluably Public buildings ; ; ll2tt men, and he did nofc'lsee why it was

Cptician,30 S. Paiafox Street. Pensacola, Fla".j, .. Sore nipples, .chapped I being passed. : j, .',< ,"-StreetCar.'k .... ..',." '.:-.' ,' Hurdle. race,..and. many other\ ..sensationalnSV
: T W p- \Vorqf' ;. $+2,092 70-: '' j. ", .' .'''' .. '
1ian ;burnsy Jrost bites:.chilblains, -.- some of-tbe.ar&twen-had aVew 5'" -rr.- .r."' 1i.\ *: .'"-'"*' .S-H' K-"*'' ''-'-" -ij: ..aJfJSU ftv

--- )!ropIC.ore? ,eyes, itching piles...tet-: rijtGenerR1 Expenses-..:.. words to say upon the .matter, Alder Mrs. James Sheehan who residesin ...po :; '

ri'sTold .1 ter, salt rheum and eczema. Price,' Salaries Interest of.Genl.: officers.. C4904 H1' man Maura being' called for- 'as that the western section of the city, hada All winners will receive valuable prizes.

.25, cents per..boL. For sale by all I Legal expenses.*..... 10000 ',.' % district is in; tip precinct 'He sad narrow. escape,.from instant death
: druggsts. / Stationpry._... _.:. ....:.... 84 00 that there were:'only-; a :few ersons yesterday morning, and as it was, received .. At 8 o'clock, grand prize dance begins, 50

NOTICE Incidentals.52113... l. residing:between Twelfth. and Sixteenth cuts and bruises from which
TO SUBSCRIBERS.It Expenses bond trustees UOd(); couples taking part winning couple to receive
has been brought to the attention of l\oTel Clock For College Gymnasium.:i' __' : streets, who owneok cows and she will not recover for a week or ten ,

The Journal that unauthorized personshavt A huge and novel timepiece is being Total Dept. Gen-1 expenses S 2,05312 when Mr* Pebley ,arose_ toicontradicthim days... $10.00 in gold. ; J

: made attempts to collect Jour theeast wall of the University Dept..or Health:, .*. ,.. ', j-; ,s$!, tWit e".i'wald.. ptpt have Mrs. Sheehan' was in a buggy in the
naj) subscriptions. The three regular placed upon Salaries Inspectors: ....... 480 00 i ibalary : spoken,had he known'It. .would' have eastern section of the city when the
collectors! in of Pennsylvania gymnasium in I 'of clerk..;.' ".:. 150. brought Mr. Pebley' to his feet again.The horse attached to Jt took fright at Grand Fireworks Display at 10 o'clock.
who represent the paper of health officer.... 60 UO
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full view of each of tie 20,000 seats IT Salary
rules were waived the ordin dbject and began run at full
: some to
the city are Messrs. G. Lambrecht J. Stationery.......... 750 ,
Gerkens the big horseshoe grand stands on ance placed upon its third readingand speed. At the corner of Intendencia

W :]lace B.and Caswell Carlton ani H.Chas.Cushman.F. Steward Franklin field the students' athletic. Total Dept. of Health..... $ 65250 I,i passed by a vote of' 8 to 1. Alderman and Cevallos streets, the buggy struck: Reduced rates on all railroads. Electric cars w

ground, says the Philadelphia Record. -- MdHugh casting the dissent- a post and overturned, with; the result run
are also authorzed: to make col-- .. everyhalfhour.
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Total 1936:
Sl1,170b2'
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Ue!> be acknowledged! by the office. Do ten feet. in diameter.. .The figures on COMPARATIVE: : STATEMENT. ILOATISGDEBT I Several Communications. one of the Belt line cars, which was ;, ---
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not pay carrier boys. Don't: pay anyme tbe ,face are represented, by letters,I Items. Hay 31,1900.April 30,1908 Tax Collector Whiting, as'edthat, then turning the corner at full speed.
the council allow ,for'deputy tax. The motorman reversed the car and:
since there twelve letters in
who can not punch your receipt are Just VISIBLE TYPEWRITERSThe
bonded debt 64159() 344 SO
Interest on 1.$ for few months and the brake with all
collector a : suggested' applied his power
cards. the word Pennsylvania. The letter Pensacola Water Co......... 1,03867 laOOO bass rather Best Make to Get is
a percentage ;; and succeeded in bringing the car toa
FRED A. SWEET "P" is where the-12 should be, "E" in Bills payable..8,10300J.20000 '
than a stated salary.Jt was .refcrreaf_ stop within about eighteen inches of
Mgr Circulation.: place ..of 1, anti ,so on around the cir Accounts payable .. i,5G5 45 12.940 04Totab to the finance committee. ." Mrs. Sheehan's' body. L.C.SMITH&BRO'S.MADE .

-- cumference. The clock. has been presented : of A. Giddens, to trans BY THE GUN MAN
petition and
R. I. of Milton 116,313.)22,643 The She was picked up carried to
Denmark was here to the university by the class of I license to N. Goldring
bus'ness. All of which is respectfuuysubmitted. fer his liquor the home of persons residin'g nearby, Write For Catalogues and Prices
veterday on _
1895.. college, and it will be In 'plact' was granted, as was :also that ofA. 'where she received medical attention.She .
L. S. Brown Pensacola Fla.
J. F. Mathis, one of the prominent within a few day GEO.T. MORGAN. Sommers to transfer his license to suffered a bad gash on the side of

naval stores: operators of Ho'ly, Fla, Comptroller.City Hoist &' Son. .' the head which is very painful, and .

was in the city .yesterday on a busi- 1 M. Sturdevant offered..to sell
ness visit THE STOLEN HORSE. Clerk's Report v citY. a gravel pit '35 miles distant,,, on, body. Her attending physician stated need have no terrors for you

The friends of The city clerk presented a long list the L. & N. road. Rsferred to the :yesterday that the injuries were not
many Judge E. D. DAY
WASH
Be gs will be sorry' to learn that he is An Old Proberb With a New Applica,. of vouchers which had been drawn mayor and finance committee. necessarily fatal, but serious and very if you send your washing to

confined to hs! home with illness, tion. during the month, but these -were not I \lit Pope Reese, :representing D. painful.COFFEE. : The New Method Laundry,
"socalled'remedi5 but referred to the finance coin- Hale Wilson/made complaint! : that thdouble'
The woods are full of read
though his condition yesterday was PHONE use E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop. No.8 WEST ROM ANA ST.
'of the L. & N. railwayalong
tracks
somewhat improved. for Bal 'ness. mttee. It is probable that In future
I You may call any thing in creati.ora t the clerk will report the number of Tarragona street had stopc d ---- ---------ri -

Chief Deputy Sheriff Sanders has'I a remedy, but to.use them is like look- building permits issued, burial per the passage of vehicles-to and from ...................,. ...............................
gone to New Orleans, where hs wi.1 I tag the. stable after the horse is; mits* births, deaths, etc., as the mayor. the property of his client, and asked I
remain for a day or two and then re stolen. made this suggestion last night for some remedy. The matter was

''Uth with a man named Hollister, who Baldness and Dandruff are cause I New Ordinances. referred to the :Board cf Works. i LINOL UMS i it
is wanted her f.f >r'forgery. 11 I The'city attorney was, instructed to
by a germ-if you don't. kill .In* gera Alderman Re'lly: asked unanimous draw an ordinance providing a fee We are the Pioneer;
up
ludse F. .B.-Carter who arrived tn the,germ will kill the hair. consent, which was granted to introduce i
of .electric wires b/
for the inspection
tlu ,i-ity Tuesday night was'kept busy Scientists have labored with. th. an ordinance providIng' for the the city electrician. Coffee Roasters of at55andG.5oayard; ,

luring; yesterday hearing arguments problem] of a preventative for' Bald appropriations for the expense of the Paving of IP lafox. / West Florida.IMS i

'm ,.-.iancery cases. He will be in his ness. for many years. general government, etc:, during thet Tha Board of Public Works recommended LAID FREE'a -
,
offi' -. all! of todaY' to hear -similar 'Newbro's.Herpicide is the produc: fiscal year, ending. c/pt./ 30. This was: that Palafox" street from ,
('>,-" and will leave tonight if possible of a modern idea and will cure Dand: read and took the Tisual course.: south 'to the bay .be paved and .
Main thing
for the kitchen and dining Makes
becaus; Just the room.
ftn his home in Marianna ruff and prevent Bala"ness i
thought
,- New Railway Ordinance: that an ordinance providing for the ?' BLENDS work house cleaning is than
11 t I* probable that he will be unable, germs cannot ,exist when you appl] discussed light pf and more sanitary
The matter -
was
to leave Alderman"Voage introduced an ordinance fame be passed. any kind ofi! floor covering.Mattings .
until tomorrow night. .Herpicide. hair drsssing providing to 'grant privileges to I, at some length, but was final : .
Herpieide valuable
is a
Mananna I : 'I'imes--OOurier Ericson and others, the right to'I I ly laid on the table subject to cail
A. : Hon. T. and scalp disinfectant as well as <'L :E. A. I in this connectiou have no equal. A trial : China and Jap, 20 to i
Jennings an extensive naval,stores construct and maintain tracks along;: The city attorney

m:.' )1 l Pensacola, was among theM cure, For,for sale Dandruff.by W. ,:A. D"Alemberte. certainstreets in the city. Notice ofthe' was requested to, advise the councilif will
*- II'r) i> to the city yesterday. :ll\. apothecary 121 soutl introduction of this ordinance was i it can compel property owners to ; i
JennIngs has man friends here who Fatefox druggist St-and or send lOc. in stamps" fo:r given at the last meeting by Alderman bear their portion of the paving expense .t that we' : Cool and altogether- satisfactory floor covering for the +
art 4i\\4v Co. Octroi t
,
sample to The Herpicide make extravagant .
no
.an-'ix: 0psnsacola.. passed through its first reading. The new road is i It collection be forcetf. : most healthful; floor covering.

',nein Tuesday en route to Sneads Mich. to enter the city from the west ,at; J. L. Bell made application for claIms. I : Remembernot too late yet to buy an ODORLESS refrigerator :

\\ttere ht has water melon interest?. : Seventh street and proceed thence to>'I l| meat inspector. which was laid, ou '- ; prices from $14 to J3*; others of good quality :

H<' >3he will be In' the market! Petterson along Peterson to Garden 1 the table indefinitely.' i from' ?9 up.
JI'!:
'"I
fOr me.ons this season. I- east on Garden to Alcaniz, south on>L' Ike' Deman, E. E. Wolfe and A. D. Wholesale and RetsilGROCERS .

I' Alcaniz Aragon, east on Aragon .to II Alfred made application for th- positions -
On to
of the We Want th'LLadies'I
largest automobiles in
ta I Cevallos and south on_Cevallos to the i of Inspector of buildings and '
Vt I". ..city.. of Is Aus'ey now &possessed Co. The ty, machine'T. A.I. : bay. Work is to be commenced within .. .streets which were laid on the table ill 1-1MA R-$ TON &. Q UINA,-
t to calL!
six! months and it is to be completed subject
1'b' *Is a double-seated one, arrived I Of Pensacola to know ,_ _
u""a\\' and was gven: its first trial; that we. are specially prepared within' two ears. The ordinance and all kinds of Feed i: 108/110. S,, Palafox, St Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla,
ordered to take its usual course for Bowel '
: "r.lay. With the witi the newest was ; The Very Best Remedy .5- ; J'
exception of a the oi .............. ...... .....
:;tjI( \ of some length on Paiafox street,j and most modern.machinery ; and to be published at expense. Trouble.Mr. Stuffs1Pluto 1 :.... .t..9

\\U': machine! behaved perfectly, and produced to' .do aHjH the applicants.iXJn M. F. Borroughs, an old and

'Thc. owner had quite a number of his I the fwnily .wash, including ,Second.Reading.:. : -* well-known resident of Bluff ton, Ind, I

rrJt'uds out riding during the after.( both personal and The ordinance providing for the! says: "I regard Chamberlain's Colic, CHURCH ORGANS I Charcoal!
nO u. linens. ', of of superintendent Diarrhoea the Water
hold the position
hou Jou'11 creating) Cholera and remedy as We wish to call attentio i to the
find ll less expensive, of buIldings' and',streets was; Tery best remedy for bowel trouble. I(
Get Blue Ribbon Lemon and' Vanil than 'you think Ask us placed upon its second( reading ana I make this statement after having fact, that we will supply ;.ny church We have just T?' dyed J

la and rou'n known why they,have so I! about H._. ,_ I referred. It provides: a salary of slOCI ( I used the remedy in my famIly: for Retail. with a first class organ at !ithe lowest I fine stock nd will deliver .
tnan' friends.If i per month for the party holding tte, !I I several years. I am never without Wholesale! and possible price and on termjs that, will very

I position, who is to have charge of all I II it.". This remedy is ,almost sure to make paying for It very esy' : [ orders pro. ptly in an/

your stomach troubles you do not The Star 'Steam I work of prisoners,, etc. be needed before the summer is over. tndeed'i amount.
nclude! that The ordinance aU I it now and be Co. We can furnish both the Vocationand
there is no cure for a providing that Why not buy prepared New Orleans Grocery '
ireat many, have been rmanently Launtfry.: sidewalks ,on Garden-streets: between 1 for such! an'emergency? For sale by Farrand Organs than which no better Telephone 363.

cured by Chamberlain's Stomach and : Tarragona. and.Spring, be 12feet wide,'. all druggists. church organs are made, {j especiallythe
J1ver Tablets, Try :them. they* are arti'n was then read the second time and referred Vocalion. Write for [price awl SEWELL
.
CPttau! to prove beneficial. They 37 E. 8L .. PhQni114P.nsacoLa .to_the oreT-nance! .. and 'engross.: ; REMEMBER THE 0. R. C. PICNIC Jas. McHugh terms. ;

only cost a quarter,*"-Sold by. _all *.. Ia.'i in'g. committee. ON JUNE 28 AND BE PREPARED j. CLUTTER MUSIC> HOUSE, Woodand Coal Company
. .I. i! 1Q5. Pronrietflr. Pensacola' Florid
ruggI3 ,' : ; ": The appropriation ordfnance was TO ENJOY YOURSELF. tf nA .
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PAGE FOUR THE, PEflSACOLA' .JOURNAL" TH'V. ., .-- ,'.SDAY. 'MORNJtfj. ,! ',- JUNE_, ,28* 1908r ,, ::

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'iTbt bflial Hfl-m. ;a K''ItHto' : *1:have a and-a written number to' of the the president Catholic t Bishops1 protesting -i W R1TES[S IF f TIE T [ I I V, '. -- '! when Tori cannot the liver p is ss.ibly inactive njoy and good the healtb


'Jenlafoht J <%< NEWS FROM AND _STATE VIEWS PAPERS., '-, but the against understanding that feature is of that the .biJ.i tm; lOUr iiver co active.sti ,ated.You must You have must keep the b0w215;

if ,$ president has responded that the bills 1 daily arion
t
the bowels. Ask Doctor if this is not true. Ask him at the I
your tar-,1
-- .t lflflJ1f f UUL J1fW -; a it stands meets-witb his hearty: ap same
pro val. In fact it is in exact accordance I he'knows a better laxative than Ayer's Pills. All .vegetable, sugarcoeWDose

DAILY. WEEKLY., SUNDAY. Mobile's Quarantine Policy.' with" the recommendation contained DEEP[ [r AIATER T[ I only I ope pill, a"b: em.' ff"haTe fcSSSw'w.@pubUah! !! j M-wr-' '
M tBMDIganPOr"i 'aLADIES'MISSlbNARY 1ret i< .
.
The local quarantine,. commission in his last annual message. -: --. -
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY ers at -Mobile endeavored to shorten The bill has passed the Senate,,and I =--- -
% the: quarantine term of fruit laden Is now pending in the House. !tS ] J =::;;

...BY... vessels coming into that port from in friends are unable 'to get it before

I fected points on the Carribean sea. the Houses however, because U-e MOONLIGHT

THE JOURNAL COMPANY. Ths federal collector of customs, un Speaker Is against it. The story Is H: CITY Bay Excursion

: I der his instructions from the treasury that he has a very large ,number of ; .L
1ruuvl.nrrr J-nxu umn rflSJ U W rJwuw : J
department has said no, and will foreigners In his ,district >who regard -

FRANK L. MAYES President:>> and General Manager.. not permit! vessels from such' points i It unfavorably and he thinks that :as STEAMER MONARC

,_ to' enter the harbor until five, days bis district is likely to be a close one Pensacola Visitor Tells of EXCURSION
; wwfu r-Lrl Jnnn- -- -- J Strange
I have elapsed. The collector is'moraly'as i in the coming congressional content

: MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. well as officially right If Motile I It is the .wiser '"plan for hm to ,stand FRIDAY JUNE 29. 190

k- was running the risk of ,fever wth the foreign jelement than with Things ,He Saw In -bj- .
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f solely for its own people it might: organized labor. f Under Auspices of

SUBSCRIPTION RATES.I take; the risk, and welcome, but when L This is the second time recently Dixie Land. SOCIETY

One Year.............. $5 00 Ono ,Morith..o...... 45 its policy proposes to endanger .the that the president and the Speaker fiRST PRESBYTERIAN l CHURCH I,, NAOMI REBEKAH LODGE No. I
If() entire south it should be immediately have been oppose to each other. They
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Six
Months...,. 2 50 One I.OO.F.
Three Months...... ......& 125 Weekly Edition; per year..?! O( cancelled by.-any authority having ,were opposed on 'the meat inspection .The following communication appeared -
,. the power. In this matter of quarantine bill, and their contest jesulted ?n: a
-,',-.-ww-owrrLrr wruu-n. W the whole country is interested compromise. It 'will be interesting to in a recent issue of The New- JULY4 For Round Trip 35 Cents
,
The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed and no port has a right ,to act as I see what the. outcome of their con. comerstown .((0.) Index:

though it alone :were 'involved.-Tam test over th immigration bill will be. Pensacola. Fla.,: June 8, '06. TWO TRIPS

I Circulation Statement Can .Be Secured., pa Times. The bill has many friends in the Editor Index:

House. Indeed, it is the understanding Steamer MONARCH will leave Pal-'
r 'wuLr w m. uJ. t fJW tJflL !
IMy trip down here to the Gulf -
The Good Old Days. that a majority of the membersare Coast V afox wharf at 5 p. m. and return at 10 -
Offices, 108 and 110 East J Papers on Saloon Trains People talk about the good old dt::>'s In favor of It If it could be got fellow was somewhat tiresome to a p. m. Surf bathing at the Life Saving .
I I with the rheumatics notwIthstanding Steamer "Monarch" WMI;! ,
Government. Phono38.L' and at all NewsStands. when everybody was.better'. than now before the House it' would, in all probability the elegance of the, I Station and a run into the gulf!. "" B.t
,equipment -
and things ;enerally"were cleaner 1 -.pass comparatively little Refreshments at reasonable prices. afox Wharf at 4 and 8 p. rr ctu.
J--- 1 41r _. ____>.___-_____ ___--_ ___,..,.*;;-J.&w and decenter and yet in;those b3.lle opposition. The indications are. however which the L. & 'N. railway "
-- '-' --- ---'- -- : CI4ILDREN,2CENTS. 5 at 7:30 and 10:30
: -4'-- : places at the disposal of its guests FARE-50 CENTS; ; ing p, m 'titr
good old days a state and county{political that the Speaker will be able t6 :(
PENSIAJCQIA FLORIDA: THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 28. 1906 campaign was a thing so fierce keep it in committee until the next: We. made the run from Cincinnati to for last cars.

and 'virulent so full of abuse and: session of congress. It is expected Pensacola a distance of some 900
defamation and that will within a miles, with but few steps .and every --=
and rows rowdyism:I congress .adjourn
The Packers Should A Word of WarningTo bloody collisions that the Land week or ten days, and the S'peakeic thing which was possible' for theomfort Gentlemen's
caina of the pasengers was ,at their Do You Want The
paign which closed yesterday i will see to it that the House is fully
Surf Bathers.
Pay for Inspection Sunday school 'picnic by comparison L. occupied during that time-so fully disposal., ; .

There Is no good reason why the The Savannah News publishes the i The superior merits of the "good old: occupied that there will be no opening The weather seemed to get warm
days"! are largely in our imagination,, through which the bill can begot as we..reached the southern border' of
government of the United States following timely article with referenceto
: tot only in politics but in many other before the House. In .matters Kentucky and when we struck northern Driving Races BEST
should be called upon to pay $2,000,000per foolhardiness in the'surf, which things.- -Live Oak DemocratS pending in the House the Speaker is I Ia Alabama the caloric man was ;l

annum for the, inspection of, beef can be read with profit by many residents L. ** 'bigger man' than the presi ,'cnt. making: it decidealy: interesting. It ,

and beef products ,and there are a of this city: Still Doing Stunt. grew hotter as 'we" crossed the ,state,
.
One citizens who occasional], NEW MOUNTAIN RAILWAY. }he heat pouring through the car window -at-
number of very good reasons why the At the openin'g of the surf bathin of our in
season it may be well to utter a wore, iy wipes the' dishes for his wife, became ever Increasing intensify
packing house companies sho l 1d foot of warning to bathers. The laws of: tired of the Job and refused C,, It Will Reach Kearlr Fourteen Thoul After we crossed the Kentucky Fishing TackleTennis

the bill the state require that there shall be, saying that "it was not a man's and Feet Above 'the Sea. l line' a northerner begins to notice Park
the absenc.3 of big wheat fields.! Thc"patches" I.Kupfrian's
By reason of the filthy conditions certain life saving appliances at al]LI]I work." Not feeling disposed to lose Switzerland is the home of mountain, I.I ,

which were shown up in the report of public bathing beaches! but not al] his help, she' brought tue"Bible' out railways. With an area not larger than at intervals seem, 'so to that have the been grain planted may Golf, Baseball ana i',i-: '.
the laws that could be enacted nor al] to convince him of his error and read one-third of the state of New York, 29. Goods the ,
the commissioners'appointed to 1n : as follows from 'H ;Kings 21:13: "And ripen at successive times. 'It Is all] FridayJunC best Phonographs tu "-
the that be
appliances could there may be counted about a hundred cut ords the best Dog MetLcmt-. .
vestigate the packing industry it is provideLi will wipe Jerusalem as a man wipeth by the scythe. and 1 see nothing "- -t
would be sufficient to
save railways for the sole of of Bicycles, the best Tires ,.
purpose carryIng this big binder and such as, tnr -\
estimated that 'the a dish, wiping it and turning it reaper
packers have -already person in the surf from the consequences upside Four entries in 2:45 class
passengers to mountain tops vary4ng sweeps through out' big Tuscarawas Typewriters, the best Lock ana: K..
clown. is needless to
lost at least 20,000,000 and it of his own folly. It is probably It say Four entries in 3:00"class.
Trunk ,
that he is still doing his occasionalstunt ,in height from a few thousand to I valley fields.In ,i Fitting, best Repasr'ng.Gas j-:
safe that nine out of
-. Is apparent, from the action taken ten drowing to accidents say are due to a.every careless -Arcadia' News. 6,000 or 8,000 feet. The month of August fact I note but little machinery: Two in 3 half-mile heats. Lamp, and last, but not eati:

since the report was made public by disregard of precaution. Thebather _* 1905, witnessed the opening of a on the farm lands through which we t : best Roller Skates?

; many countries, states and municipalities likes to proper take risks; to swim Fort Myers Eats Beef.. way carrying tourists even far above: the pass. The ox and the donkey are All drivers" \ are ,owners' of their] Why go to

that the loss already occasioned out several hundred yards from the Had yot ever thought how many these altitudes, beyond the clouds, to picturesque down but practical stan horses. i
shore to do "smart stunts" in pounds of 'beef that is ate each monain 10,500 feet, and when completed its I bys this way. Cotton seems to
: ; deepwater
by reason of the disclosures will be be Also
races.
more bagatelle beside the immenselosses a in order to attract the attention: this town of Fort Myers? We learn: highest point will reach nearly 14,000 none the of specialty whom seem among to be the in farmers a hurry, runniffg \I I F.I B. BRUCE

of onlookers. The markings for safe fiom our two enterprising'market feet above the,sea-at the top of the about Grandstand and vicinity reserved for
that will be sustained by the aredisregarded such swimmers : men that about twelve] beeves per famous the anything. white f
bathing by Jungfrau, queen of the Ber. '* Coming to peopleonly
over Pensacola
week sold in the local market from r PENSACOLA FLORIDA
were ,
packing firms unless government in and'when they get into trouble tier Oberland. Flomaton I
'
here or forty. ight head each month. Alabama I noticed scracker" ADMISSION' 25c. LADIES
spection of all their products is resorted the chances'are against help reachingthem At There hare other mountain railways elopement that was amaz FREE. -
: a rough estimate these beeves
to in order that the consumers bather in time.had And when fate such ,a foolish would weigh on an average of 30(0 I on the globe attaining much higher al ing. The train had just started to Races'commence. 2:30:t .p. m. BY
fallen
may have a guaranty that the productof a victim to his tempted own da "in'g and, thereis -. pounds each, or in other words 14,000 titudes than even this, and on the leaver little 'station when a young FREE MAIL
Ovoyo railroad of Peru I girl jumped aboard. The next instant
.,. the packers is wholesome.Government m ch'talk.. about the treacherousness pounds of beef is c consumed every myself traveled .
by this[ a considerable distance above.16 two 'men sprang after her. One:
twenty-eight days people of ,-
inspection of all of the currents and lack of
packing er'life: a prop town Fort :Myers: ha$ a populationof 000 feet but most.of these roads were iran wanted to .know of the crowd] BOOKKEEPING AND SHORTHANDtoFTVEpersonsIaeachcomity.clegirag
saving apparatus, whereas the Base 'BallT.O'QAY
house that
products woui:;
be immense gathered around "Wha'
an you'seall
fault was wholly with the bather; about 1500 inhabitants, this! would built for the development of commerce .'K..,
advertisement for the packers,, In mean that each inhabitant. men and mining industries. The Swiss goin? 'while the other grabbed up personal instruction. who will within :30)
its moods the
gentle sea is land- the girl who began to and clip and SEND this notice to either of
women and children included !ci cry, jumped .
,
and would probably result in again TVOU mountain railways, however almost !
,
ly and a dp into, its brine is highly are off with her
in his
opening the markets of the :world 'to beneficial; but even m, the gentles., each stew, eat roasts nine, etc.pounds. each'of twenty-eight beef steak:., exclusively in.the service of,tourIsts The sons of Ham are'arms.as thick ai DRAUCUON'SMontgomery S Sf

their goods. Without such inspection L moods ,the'sea is no plaything:, It I is, days, that passed. These figures do, only, numbering in Switzerland L Lalone'not Post Boy blackberries -down here. In
no respecter of persons, and those who, far tro: {tOOOO: ( fact :
it will be many years before confidence not include tlie Immense' amount offish every year. they are in the majority where-
defy it! laws and its. nature do so at, They come to> admire the scenic wonders 'veryou go. When I got off the1 train: y.M1c.'A.' 1iJ CC
in suchgoods is restored and L their.peril.: "" pork thickens, canned meats,'I .
etc.," that are consumed each" month of the little country on the roofof at. Pensacola, the first thing I saws :
in. the meantime the loss to the Surf bathing. is entirely safe al.togeth : '
pack or I' Europe or to seek shelter two strapping big blacks with 1
: whichwould possibly 'run it 'upP to I: against vs. i
; ing interests will continue. -dangerous according to the twelve. pounds. : summer heat atrthe many mountain: a pole reaching from the shoulder of Atlanta, Raleigh :

: The fact that such horrible condi Individual. The person who never Talk about the people of Boston resorts. '- one to that of the other while a big FLORALAPALMETTO lumbia, Shreveport, Dallas or JK>
'g es beyond his depth takes no risk !L beans but not in it t The tub was suspended: from the pole between son, Miss.
tions should be found to exist is suffic'ent the weather conditions favorable eating they are majority of these mountain '- .fl.
,
for, the and are when It 'comes" right hard down toeating. : ways are paying Investments. Switzerland them. -The one" in front had 'sram's We also teach BY MAIL, succeesfiu. '.
. excuse- government: tak may enjoy ,just as delightful horn which he blew BEACH .
.-!Fort Myers Trapic1l'Breeze.. lustily], REFUND MONEY Law Penmanship '
a1.1
being of
Ing a hand in the matter, but the firms; bath as the person who insists o. a country mountains: announcing, that they had fresh fish metic, LetteMVritinp Drawing, Cartoon
who getting into deep water and taking Is, consequently also a country of water for sale. Business English Banking,eta.
were responsible for the conditions : '
Florida Canal. -
Ship 27 Colleges In 15 States. 1300,000.00Capital
chances against courses, te, by the Inexhaustible
i shou1d be made t& the cramps and currents Hon. Frank Clark, Congressman An old darkey came lum'benindown ; 1 7 years'snooesa. Indorsed b\ ,
pay ex Sea bathing Is' ,sport ;. store of snow and Ice, covering many Novacationenteruvtime. W
ness men.
a a pastime anu of Tensaeola's main street yesterday Game Called on of 3
from Second 'District Florida
the Arrival
pense incident to for catalog posITIon$secured BOW mvw
a government guaranty a delight that should be encouraged,! is never tiring when it'comes to the 1 square miles of the Alpine chains. in a spring wagon, a big fade'l YOU MUST inordertogetilomeStud'or FRrwrttenow

:i that hereafter their product will I but every person of common sense; I interests not only his! district, but Alaskan ice fields are bedded in between cotton umbrella over him ana a forlorn e'c1ockdummy.. _ ,thus:"idesiruiv! ki
be fit for human o.ug11tto labor discourage those who the In : looking the more about yonr special Home Study Offer u
consumption, even the state at large. Mr.; Clark has introduced peaks right the heart of ox drawing outfit. I J I in+ha published at

I if it has not !been in the past. lack that attribute from taking ,foolish a bill to provide for a survey Switzerland and, although a great deal I asked__ L the... old,_man to stop... ..a rnlnuteas _!, II
risks'in the sea. has been written about the ne am soIL\ snapped" the Old fellow -
1 for a ship canal across the Ftate: general recession -
The city of Louisville should congratulate I from the AUantlc'Ocean to the Gulf I of glaciers, which in some Instances and will bring him north. While Florida and Alabama
It is said, that, the Norse crown architects the scene will be ad- enough to Index of
Itself that the lid not L: of Mexico, and 'maklng'appropria.tio 1! amounts to a hundred and Order
was matfe: the royal sky 'piece of therefor. This 'bill referred to readers, it is a famaliar one down
was : feet for
more such losses
: tightly, applied on Sundays until after]I year .year, are here. LAND COMPANY
King Haakon' too large. Possibly the committee on railroad's and canals] quite insignificant compared with the 'r
the Kentucky Home Coming. The wharves and shipping interest
which now has the same under con-:
they ,expected his head'to enormous extent of these ice
swell deposits.
a s sideration. ue greatly.: It is truly a novel sightto Manufacturers of
soon as' he got it on. A number of them have depths of several see the ships coming in from all and Dealers m
of canal the
The
Harvest Hands NeededBleedin' state; question such asis a' provided across in MrClark's ,thousand feet with millions of parts of the world and departing with RAILWAYCONDUCTORS LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHW

Accordington a recent legal dec. tons of solid bard frozen ice, continually I the'roducts\ of this southland. aLES AND KILN,DRIED SAP.
bill, has been agitated for
i In Kansas. son! kisses are valued at 25 cents: several years but this is the lit'*t supplied from fresh snowfalls RQwed out to one of them in the bay !

: Thousands: of harvest hands are each in New Jersey. That doesi't: definite step ever taken to secure the above. They feed Rhine and Rhone, yesterday, .and was allowed to climb

needed in Kansas, in fact throughoutthe seem an exhorbltant price. same. Such a canal would prove of :Po and Danube, during the dry sum i'take all over the vessel, and watch them GULF CITY COFFEE CO.,
the
incalculable value to the commerce mer months and the many mountain on cargo. :

. entire, wheat and corn belt,, where ....lI.>>. ."* H M4m not only of Florida but'ogreat' ben streams of Switzerland forming,beau I One of the prettiest little trips was H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager

ilgh wages are offered'for men willing fit to every port In the United States, tiful cascades and falls and rapids; that last night out to the Life Saving I
to work in the fields. the distance between btation and from that far out into Roasters, Blenders and Shippers
; J2xperl WATER AT MEALTI'ME.Birmingham .- *. shortening furnish the power which carries touristsIn
.... God the Gulf. .We stopped at the Satiou
. ence I is not a prerequisite to securing /- 'J and Atlantic ports several comfortable,railway carriages to.the
long enough to take a dip in the surf, PICNIc CoffeesOUR
- Age-'Heald. miles. Fine
employment and .t tops from which they'themselvescome.
very
previous
or presentcondition ; This measure will watched-' witha : As,the sana1 is white as snow it looked '

:f does not operate as'a bar m great deal of interest by the shipping They are led to turbine pits, for' all the world like people in bathing COFFEES ARE SOLD BY A.-

IL to one seeking work and willing to dc industry of the ,country, who will; drive wheels and generators and are suits rolling around in the snow. .at. : ,
thus converted Into electric power. The Smoked Classes come in good play '., GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TR *<-
1. an honest. day's work for good pay.: \Dr. G. Elliott Flint author t hope for its success and the ultimate ,
C)>
Swiss having coal of their during the
account
no deposits day on of tuis i
"Power 'accomplishment of its
: But, strange as it. may seen, laborers and Health" Through '"Progrts- =Gainesville Sun. purpose own have become acknowledged experts ,glistering sand.
-
are not forthcoming. sixe York Exercise World shows in the .New *, In this branch of engineering Some relative of Mr. John Baure-

ftFr In previous years when hundreds say .water should that1.hose.physicians not be drunk who at Making a Record.- furnishing turbines and electric gard live here and they have showed rlagnoIiaBlutlThursda, BUT/TON 4 r

: unemployed walked the .streets ,ofevery meals, are crossing.-the practice I fall Hon. Frank Clark is making a plants for the whole world. Thus, me every attention. Through their ,
record for himself in The for Instance the turbines at kindness I have had an opportunity! : to ,
t large city there was still a 1 animals, the desire 01 all babies Congress. gigantic fish" to go on sailing trips such

dearth of help hi Kansas, notwithstanding and the common sense' 'of all indi: Tribune has always been an a('mirerof Niagara"falls, many of which generate the average Yankee misses down as
viduals., Dr. Flint says :water should] this brviny statesman; and *t Js a forces of from ten to twelve thousand. '
the fact that the farmers, here; and to catch crabs which is cx-
k be drunk at and after meals and be matter of congratulation to note his horsepower,each, have been construct citing. ,
seeing their crops in danger, even fore 'at monumental achievements and 1 -
retiring night. A rapidascendency
great d'eal! ed almost without exception by Swiss Will visit the Navy Yard and old
went so far 09 to offer free transpor cf it is helpful. to political fame Tampa ia e.s..centiu.A June
Spanish forts within a ,day or two. 28th ;906.!
Tribune.
, tation to men willing to work. True, in The the purposes that water subserves Shall go ,to New Orleans next week, .
hundreds were secured in this way, human economy are thus summed and' later if I abandon the trip to i
'
up by, Dr.,Flint First Taliaferro's Promotion. RACONTEUR'S JOKE.
it
: softensand
but:;it seemed and still seems, for that dissolves iSenator( : Taliaferro of Florida Cuba will return! to Pensacola.. Sent I
solid
foods thus succeeds
fad
'
of
a' box for
p matter, that the denizens of trade tating their mastication and digestion to,the place on the Senate Com- Story He: Told Apropos of Oklahoma' magnolia blossoms New- ri' Ii

centers either had a disinclination for ;. second, it maintains a tfue bulk m-ittee on Finance made vacant by) I Proposed Statehood Bill. comerstown will friends all tOday and hope. Special trains wiii be ru
reach right.
work of the character offered or of blood and. the: structure of the the death of Senator A.. P. Gorman..r Some Oklahoma people.in Washington they ROUAND you! OT DUFF. from River Junction; and xpoints1 i

, not body; third, it keeps substances. This is one otthe most important I were low in their minds recently
to
mere willing leave the cities: solution or suspension while movlug committees, of the Senate, and upon, about .ah outrage or two perpetrated j i Tile SlmpIeat5urett&af'eatH&IIdieat LM I A

T so matter how alluring the'offers of in the body .fourth,. it supplies elements : its members is entailed great respon: on that territory by the statehood, .' Spider Web Game Bright Idea. !.. -tod only Perfect -I
t rural 1 l2f-KLng Pen. No glut! filler
communities. 'in sibility. The state of Florida
these Is
: body's chemical One'of them was making quite a fuss With the growing love of outdoor life II I -no Ink to'pffl-09 cloniororihikuig.

This' year, the scarcity of labor cannot changes;; fifth it makes easy the: shown: of signal Senator honor' by the appoint about it, claiming things would be all and the revival of open air eating hostesses MUSIC! !: .
I meat
elimination .of waste material sixth Taliaferro.-Jfadi- Too!
.
be charged1! to either ; : DpI1 press the btttton(
of the u
: wrong when. the territory becomes & are trying to outdo one anotherin 1A
it son New Enterprise. DANCING1 the picture\,"d the
discharges superfluous heat ,by_ I .. peA Sue
i causes enumerated, but rather to the transpiration through the skin ar.d i iifl state, says a special to the New York inventing outdoor games, says the fa a( tab.

fact that the wave of prosperity by, emission through the outlets, and, $ 1t H! World. New York Press. One day recently in SPORTS I Writes th.1Dataat It

which has been sweeping over the seventh, it supplies in a convenient *. .1 "Reminds me" said Raconteur Oula- Lenox: after a garden luncheon that the and f 0 touches the paper

:" country has benefitted the laboring form neat ,to or abstracts heat from I (OPPOSITION :TO THEIMMIGRATION *1 han, "of a thing that happened myschoolda'S. enthusiasts pronounced idyllic a "spi Bathing Fisfiing

'. __ ._ the body. Some ,of these functions BltL. We used to have a .lec' der web" game was Jntrodi1 ect It: Refreshments of jll kinds I
4. emsses as well as the i1 Eaglej50Flash
_
opulent and are' performed by water in its liquids --f- & ture every Friday afternoon, and one took,place on shady grounds, the web I

L work: is to be had in the cities by all te, and others in ,a state of vapor. f' Savanna N e"NS:1- day the lecturer was a geological sharp being formed of lengths of string of served upon. the grounds. '

who desire it. There is no excuse The entire body is water to the ex and chose,'Niagara Falls' for his topic. different colors. Every girl followed a ; No.*J with 14 brat lOUd gold!

.; for idleness to-day and every man tent of 8J per cent To' SlY therefore "* $ : "He told us all about the geological color and wound until the end of the i' pea rubber poiDt-luat ad nkMi ze4

t wfco is at work, preferring steady hat the drinking of water ,at ---- .; formation of the falls, described the string ras reached. There she found a Ample accommodations fora I.NFhaLhNN.2slar.iz.fally punoteed.
meals is harmful
employment at fair wages to temporary is to talk nonsense.!: e. The educational requirement of thee different periods that could be tracedIn dainty present of the sort "worth takIng __ aold baIIda,$%.SO
The 1
thinner the food crowd of !
is the mo pending immigration 'bill has had the the home." any sze.: -- FlUb" No. 26
gorge and then went on to say
labor at
: high Is not
wages at easily it is .digested, and water is I effect of arraying the Catholic church J3.00
,'C tracted by the offers of Kansas the best of all agents in rendering; and the Jews, against it and of bnin that the falls were slowly wearing .- iI i With told II4.,$4.00
'.t'.. food thin. No food can be g- back toward Buffalo and that in th&of Soil by Stabooenadl
farmers.Bleedin digested Ing organized labor
until it has been made to its support.; course some 200,000 years they The Largest Floating Dock. Coma Out and Hays Other 5uea
liquid the
The
? Kansas will, in all probabil by Catholic chuc/a and the Jews By the end of 1901 the port of Hamburg I I Ask TOOK DEALER. If In
Erie
would have to Panand
gastric Juices and tkose Juices claim worn back ioon't
contain that if ,I teU the
i' that requirement remains fOil Eagle:
Ity have ,to'wobble along this year 95 per cent of water. Dr. Flint: in the bill a big percentage of that town 'would be left high and in, Germany, will possess the a Good Time. "FLASH"Fooauia Pent tileD
t without the usual quota of laborers advises all to drink water early and dry. greatest floating dock in the world. It e4 the retiil price direct to
I worthy Immigrants will be shut out t- ; u. ;lad pea aL.019.tsiy ,
" from the citits, and whatever loss often -to ,drink it whenever they desIre' jof the country,, and organized labor "Jnst then one of the girls In the Is under,construction and is to have an "I _- par.uee4.

:: may be sustained in consequence it, and sometimes when they do holds that it will only '.shutout cheap class began to sob wildly. 'W)at's the accommodating capacity of P5OOO.tons. Eagle Pencil Co.

, mi&t be ,charged against the general not, for water is"something the human labor, the kind (labor that-helps 1 to matter asked the teacher in alarm. Its,length will be 520' feet, so that the SAFES SAFES! SAFES! SAFES Unaactaren!
,
prosperity of the_country. system,can handle with ease. and" level down wages., 'Oh* she wailed, 'I've got a sister' .largest warships and' ocean' liners win I Buy Diebold S+fes.. 3;/BroaaI_y,New York
,
!}, dispatch.! _. d'Jt.J&lstated: that Cardinal. Gibbons living in Erie.--*** be able to.use It: Scarritt .Moreno, 4Agent


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JOURNAL, THfiq.aOAY MORNING I ; JUNE 28, 1908 __ FIVE

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Seen, Heard and Done Among 'Those Who Go-Come and :Meats .: to The Journal the slightest The fact,that trace S"of,s.mineral ft is* purely in any vegetable form has preparation been one ,of containing the strongest not :,

DeFnniaK! Springs June 27.--4Mr. points in its favor during its forty years of existence. It is recognized
Women and Here I II I and ,3Iis: George Abernethy of everywhere not only.the$ best of all blood purifiers, but the one medicine
Tarry t Society;. and Elsewhere Brooklyn, N. Y; returned to their I that can be taken withj absolute safety by the youngest child or the oldest :

II .. ," Best Quality j jI home Fridayafter upending the -win member.of the family.! ;{ Next in importance removing the cause of any :
ter here. They are connected, with disease is the conditionlin! whIch.the system is left after a of medical '
: course
E. NELLIE
By BECK Telephone 669. ; the Chautauqua.
I I II I teatmnt. Medicines'containing'!
mercury :potash or other strong mineral ,;
ato(_ I We handle nothing but the (Mrs. H. IL- Dreyer who, has been ingredients often do pefmanent.lnury by eating out the delicate lining and
.' .' very best of,canned meats ad spending the last month at Destin returned tissues of the stomach?!producing chronic dyspepsia unfavorably affecting

-- :* *- I 'we guarantee every can that we f \ Saturday night with her three the bowels: and so damaging the-system that even if the original cause oi
-U.SS10NARY RECEPTION Journal's i sell; if it isn't right we stand boys. the disease has been .removed, it is left in
MISS ELISA CORTES. The Daily Fashion FeatureL' I the loss. High grade canned i Mr John Afctlewood.' and Editor such a'deranged and Weakened Condition that
FOR .- I meats is one of-our speciaKies.Brisket .- I II Storrs of The'Breeze spent Sunday at the health $1,000REWARD .'
is. permanently'
to be given in the the Gulf impaired. S. S. S.
? .ecpetion Beef Ham Loaf, I with their families who 'are '
,f<.,i.';t'J M, E. church: this, afternoon I Chicken Loaf Veal Loaf,' I II staying'' there for the summer. Thereare enjoys the distinction f being the, only blood IF NOT PURELY :
., {0 until 530; o'clock promises i! Luncheon Beef Lunch Tongue quite a few:; who expect to visit medicine on the market that' does not containa ,lJ

;? ,, a delightful and profitable occaJOI. I i: Deviled Ham Boned Chicken, I that place this week. mineral property in s|f ne form. Being made VEGETABLE* ':;.
entirely of roots herbs) knd barks it is absolutely -
:I : Boned Turkey Deviled Chicken "Mr. Harry Davis has accepted a
\ .'em"al Invitation is extended to Roast Beef Corned Beef position with an Atlanta soap firm, harmless to any part of ithe system and while curing disease adds strengt l :.i
al1(1 are interested in missionary Hamberger Steak, Tripe, as a traveling salesman. and health to every part of the body. S. S. S. removes all poisons, freshens '

.lIIrl()( Ii i who would like to meet Miss \\/tI f Vienna Sausage, Corn Beef Hash (Mrs W. L. Adams\wag stunned by a and purifies the,blood ,find gives better.and more/lasting results than any :;.
,r't*. wfore her departure from the I.1'' i Head Cheese Chipped Beet'ROSENAU&GERELDS stroke of lightning one of the other blood medipae. S. S. S. is the very best treatment for Rheumatism t'

:, .-'winch: : will b; at an early date. Storms last week, .but was not other Catarrh Scrofula; Sores]and Ulcers; Skin Diseases, Contagious Blood Poison I i
\ u., !tonary program will be given I I wise hurt. and all troubles due,to ?n impure or poisoned blood supply. Besides being '?
.." M. Miss Cortes will take part, The members: ;of the Baptist Church the King of blood purifiers S. S.S.. is the best and most invigorating of ail 1;
..joins on conditions in Mexico gave a pleasant surprise to their tonics. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA
,II ,. v-a;. for consecrated effort on I pastor last week in the form of. a
!)arof the church here 'at home: HL pound party and all who attended i.
". owing there will be an hour of had a good time. ,., .i,
..o,",u conversation and exchange of Mrs.. A.;J.' Lewis, of Edwartils, .Miss. ::4
',?. -ngb. during whfh light refresh- The Fancy Grocers, is visiting with her daughter. Mrs. P. :.
SALE BARGAINS :
r: ;.m.-! will be senreijf D. Bt ville. REMOVAL

; tyone desirous of attending Phone 391. Pensacola 'The Rt Rev. Edwin Gardner Weed* Phonograph records "at 40 cents should be an inducement One :
ants m-/mg, be assured of a' hearty Bishop of Florida, will be in this lot of hair brushes with good bristles worth 25 to '50 cents will be
trrcota' town on the 15th of.July to hold service sold for ten to 25 cents. 144 safety pins for 20 cents. One dozen :
.T- and adminIster'confirmation.. crochet needles for 45 cents.-Bargains like these throughout entire r_
MR. AND MRS. THORNTON'S \lAt the last meeting of the local stock. Hurry up for;the biggest bargains.Ce'Booi.GtQ1. ;:
SAY PARTY AND, FISH DINNER Escambia Club lodge of I. 0.0.:F. resolution was .
Pressing passed giving a vote of thanks to 'all S.

cos MISS TAYLOR'S GUEST. [ Dyeing Cleaning and Pressing ol, those who so (kindly assisted them in Phonu 335. t 213 South Palafox Strati Pan*t oaf a
Mr and Mrs. &' H. Thornton en- gentlemen's and ladies' Clothing. Club their memorial services Sunday 17th .
last L To Dr. Baker for his address the
rained delightfully evening on rates only J1.00 per month. We call ,
at- nay for Miss May Curtis of New for and deliver all work. No. 9 E. Presbyterian, choir for their' singing !
York who is Miss. Ullle Taylor's i Intendencia. < and to the three little girls who f.::

guest. .. .. i' WALTER MAULTON & CO., Props. strewed flowers bn the graves. j
:
The party left the city about 5:30 > Silix's. ', Old. Stand. The T. I. A:'has recently purchased'r !
Monarch steamed the .y. number of iron seats and had them
on the tug up .
bay then went over to the life saving placed in shady places in and about We Help the Doctor

station where a. fish dinner was Miss Cora Mallory, Miss Lizzie and the Circle.
served aboard.Mr. Hiss Leila Reese, Mr. Ewing Reese,, There was quite a crowd at the concert .

and Mrs. Thornton's guests Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mellen, Mr. Ferries given by the Baptist Church tb Help
Here, Miss Curtis dins Taylor Mrs. Mr. Lockhardt Mr. Scanlan, Mr. choir Tuesday night, and all the performers < .
acquitted themselves with You'x
Goodloe, Miss Daisye Hyer, Miss Bessie Penn Harvey Miss Marion Avery ; < -
credit. The soloists of the eveningwere '
Miss Gwendolyn. Menefee, and Mr t
Kelly (of Mobile,) Mr. and Mrs. ;
Miss Althea Thompson! Miss
George Patch t'! S
and Mrs. Evelyn C. "
Dettinger )Ir. Florence Laird and Mrs Sleeman.Mr ,. i ,
.
Maxwell, Miss Edna Avery Miss Cora Mr. Reese; )1r. Ferris and Mr. ,. "
H., H. Dreyer is having extensive
Mallory, Miss Ruby Mallory, Miss Al- Mellen. spend the, day in town going, improvements made to his home Whenyou; bring your prescription to 1
Lizzie McGaughey, afternoon and returningto ,
lie Witlis. Miss 'I over every
Bud is addition
and Adams having an ,
Mr and Mrs. Leadley, Mr. Sam Pasco business in ,the morning. I ai'ded:: to his cottage.PRIVILEGES this store, you'll receive pure fresh ,.,

Mr Sam Cross Mr. Buckner Chipley I -+- drugs accurately compounded by reg.. .,
Mr. Theo. Baars :Mr. Marion Hyer, UP-TO-DATE SHIRTWAIST. Mrs. Frank Harrison of Milton- FOR SALE. That's the '
Brooks Mr istered pharmacists. way we
Mi Hazel Stone Mr. ,
The outing shirt, waist, or shirts as she can, in addition to embroideringher the guest of Mrs. David Wilson'on Privileges are for sale for the
Mr. C.
Bushnell Mr. J. Clark Porter the: to And we'll
help, doctor help
collar embroider her Reus. street for a week or two. Fourth of July picnic both afternoonand ; you. .
monogramor .
U Shine Mr. Walter Pitt, Mr. MeCowan. they are termed, are'really the regulation .
Mr. Russel (of Boston), Mr. style last season shirt waists initial on the pocket. This is a night to J>a given at Electric deliver the; medicines quickly too. We
novel and pretty idea, and gives a Miss Florida. Zellus who '. Park by the Knights of Columbus.
quite
Cluer, 'Mr. Thames (of Jacksonville), was I don't 'charge anything extra for this :
: tailored likea
Improved on They are -Apply to Jackson Brandon at Pensa-
and Mr. Beiler. chic look to the waist. These -tailored sick for several days is improved and '
man's shirt, the front being..plaited shirts are a necessity this season able to be out for a car ride. cola Electric Terminal Co. 27jtf high-grajde service but less than is

MRS. FOWLER ENTERTAINEDTHE in bosom effect and finished'with pearl for the girl who desires to makeany, + usual with most drug stores. ,;
buttons The plain back is gatheredinto pretensions to smart dressing. Any j
jI
TUESDAY EUCHRE. :MriEvelynvc. Maxwell and two
a tape band at the waist line.For kind of material can be used in their ;
Mrs. E. TV" Fowler entertained the street wear the' long sleeves with stiff fashioning; linen, lawn;. percale chambray -" children Evelyn ,and Judith, have IPONCE deLEON II >3I
Euchre Club very pleasantly Tuesday cuffs are jdesired,. but. for outing and pongee batiste, swiss' or 'silk, joined for a few days the' gay P3..tyof 'I "i
afternoon, and at the close of the forty or mora. people enjoying life
sportingTwear new full threequarter though the heavier'materlals are more
,. 4
at the Old! Mill Inn, where bathing W. AB'AlemberteDFWGGIQT
game it was fpunj she had won the sleeve with pointed turn-back cuffs desirable as'lhey launder better, keep
ace prize. :Mrs. Biebighauser won fishing and crabbing parties. are the 1
are preferred. 'A smarts finish to this clean longer and are decidedly the I _
Special to TheJournaI.
the consolation, Mrs. Peake. the lone waist- is the little stitched handkerchief -best for outIng wear. Care shouldbe : favorite" amusements.- L I, AND' APOTHECARY
hand prize and Mrs iM. P. Bonifay pocket on the left side .of the taken in the finishing of: these ;.r.., .. Ponce de Leon, Fla.. June 27 Mr. I "}
captured the booby. front If the wearer is handy with waists, for a 'great deal depense on. Miss- Mary Joyner and Miss Julia a B. M. Askew who is with the L. & N. I i ''
The next meeting will be with Mrs. the needle and wishes to be identifiedas the tucking, 'stitching and fine 'tailor McAnhur of .Bagdad, were visiting, was a business visitor here several No. 121 S. Palfox, f St. Telephone No. 109Let ;
Bennie A. Dooley. out-pf-the-ordinary in: her attire, ing of the garment. Mrs. J. G. Joyner on East Gregory days last week.A .
-+- I Wednesday.. party of young people composedof us fill your prescriptions '
ANOTHER SOCIAL AND I .S five young men and ten young I
,
FINANCIAL SUCCESS FOR Arthur TVrighton won\ the gentle med with Irish point lace, and wore Mrs. H. G. DeSilva Is expecting her'ladies chaperoned by Miss Anna .1!
FENSACOLA TEMPLE: NO. 14. man's first? handsome suspenderswith white carnations. The groom appeared sister Mrs. William S. White and son i Moore were treated to a very enjoy .. \
silver buckles. in the conventional 'black. of Englewood>\ J., to arrive' to-daj' able" hay ride "Saturday evening. :
Pensacola Temple No. 14, Rath- Mrs. James MdHugb Jr., captureda Mrs. J. E. Concannon;:. matron 'of to spend Julyl and about August ,1 Miss Julia Owens who has beeu f r
bone Sisters gave another:'enjoyable fairy lamp; and Mayor BUss an honor wore a beautiful gown cf both ladies will go north and spend, teaching school at 'Gordon, returned In' t
social and euchre Tues('ay night at orangewood 'souvenir of Pensacola cream eolene trimmed with ,white the remainder of the summer in .the home Saturday to .recuperate for few D RINK I 1
the residence of Mrs. Henry IJorsler.I for the boobiesImmediately.after_ point lacy, 'and was escorted by )ir. White Mountains. This is Mrs, weekS -
There were ten tables and the' .th prizes had Mitchell Touart. the best man. White's first visit for ten years and The: friends of A. L. Moore, will regret '
game was very enjoyable, resulting been awarded, :Miss Margaret I At .the conclusion of the ceremonya old friends and acquaintances will be to know that beds unable to be
in Mrs S. A. Friedman winning the i Wrighton brought in a'bag filled with reception was held, which was fci- pleased to welcome, her return. at his place of business being confined ( a''rIY Bottles 1
lady's first prize, a beautiful choco-' gifts from which each guest was invited'to lowed by a magnificent bridal to his home with fever. :
supper.
Jat set of Japanese china, while Mr.! take; a ;:souvenir causing Mr. and 'Mrs. ,Warfield will resideat Miss Josephine Denmark sister cl f Mr and :Mrs.,M; M. Owens, of West- r

1 considerable merriment' in several 131 East Intendencia street. Mrs. H. C Covington,. and Miss lie ville spent, a few hours with relatives! '
cases, an,,{! pleasure in all. .. Young. ValdostaGa..are guests pi f -ere Sunday.
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II Ices, sherbets and cake were sere GEORGE AND R GE GIESURPRISED Miss Edna Covington. R:v. and Mrs J. N. Wheeler and' A DELICIOUS BEVERAGE ,
I ed and the affair-was -a: great succeSs. two children left Saturday morning .
socially and financially. MISS' MAGGIE. Messrs. Henry, Terrell, and' Thomas: i for Carrabelle where Rev. Wheeler .., j i ''
Masters George Bonifay and Reg-- Covington are home from the Univer. will conduct a series of meetings. 'Look for the Trade Mark on Cap and Label.
MR. AND' MRS. DANNHEISSER'S: gie Roche arranged a surprise? party sity of Georgia at Athens, accompanied The ladies of the town will give an
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FloridaLimes FAREWELL: 'DINNER .LAST NIGHT Monday night for Miss Maggie John by Mr.'Terrel's classmate Mr,. ice cream social and box supper on i ( .

FOR DR., SAMUEL KOcH.: I son. Walton. Griffith of Athens. the evening of June 29 for the benefitof I bottled 'b
only by
Mrs. Rocha and Sirs. Johnson 'servo + the cemetery. :
Mr. and Mrs. David .Dannheisser ed the refreshments and the !Mrs.'Stringfellow Mrs. Siebles, and l Mr. and Mrs Fayette Mickler of
pretty
r I entertained: very 'handsomely. Jast decorations were pot flowers. Miss Siebles .of Montgomery, wh J I Goshen, Ala. are here ,on a pleasant Hygeia Battling Works :
evening at a' farewell dinner for Dr. Others present were Masters Russell hay been 'guests at "The Cabbage visit to Mr., T. J., Mickler and family. .
Samuel Koch-- who leaves; to-day for Vlllar, Rhoda Mc"Vby Earnest Patch" and at the Old Mill Inn,. left t 1

his new. field In Seattle. I Roche, Dudley Johnson, Harold r Boni-- Thursday for home. 124 E. ChQse Street. Phone 587.
The decorations were all in white Ernie FrecKles a PimplwlnTenDaylUseNadinola .
fay, Roche, and Misses Dimple To Remove .
and green. '- The. beautifully appointed; Johnson, Clem Wasner, Queenie 'MeVbyt Mr. Penn Harvey is a guest of }Ir., I I, !. ,
table with Its snowylinen, cut glass. Florence Roche; Bleanore Smith: O'Connor at "The Cabbage Patch'' 1 i
and silver had a handsomely hand" Ruth and Gladys Roche.. and at the Inn.
Hnbroi'Cl'ered-white-linen center pieceon ) A new discovery, sold
which stood; large vase of white I JOLLY PARTY-FROM+'- TOWNCAMPING "Mr: George Thames a prominent under antee a and positive Toyuej guar-refunded Jack nAnnouncement! '
daisies, the other decorations beingin AT SEA BREEZE. broker of Jacksonville is in Pensa In every case .
ferns. cola the Old Mill Inn. 1r where it fails to remove
guest at pimpes! liver- I
2 dozen Those roundL the table besides Mr A jolly party of town folks are c spots freckles, suntan, sallow- & :

.and Mrs Dannheisjser. and family, camping at Sea Breeze up the' SounJ Mrs. Cadwalader Jones, who is a .. stops ness,,blackheads collar diaooloraa. and all- ... .. ,. ... "
and the Rabbj"were.Mr..and.Mrs. Edward kto enjoy for'about two weeks'as they guest at-Old Mill Inn, expects to visil t & eruptions of the skin,na ::::::=.r:1'. : : oj:: 'P" """ .=. '
Forcheimer_ Mr.G.., Forcheimer I( did last summer, the fishing, bathing her parents in,Selma in July her firs; matter standing, of Cures how ordinary long ; _.. z' ,,,<::: _
Mr.. N. G. Fprcheinrer-and Mr. Moses and other healthful attractions. visit, home since her marriage. *"'A cases In 10 days,.and the
Lischkoff. One of the chief pleasures is ,the worst In 20 skin day*will After be ,
removed the
After' dinner the party adjournedto daily evening trip on Mr* wing Mr. J. Clark Porter is a guest ol f clear these, defects soft healthy'ere and beautiful. No possible i8Q + .
the Progress Club' farewell reception -I I Reese's launch to the life saving station Mr. Keyser while Mrs. Keyser an;I ,barm can 1rteult from Its b1 mall.cents and IUKit 1
for leading drug etorem or We take reat pleasure in announcing to 9ur'patrons
for the 'Rabbi. where a dip in the surf and children are away.- Paris. Tena.
other attractions of the beach are enjoyed NATIONAL TOILET COMPANY. and the general public that we will have with

NEW CITY LADIES FLINCH: Mr. and Mrs. J., M. Cody of Montgomery and "
27 28 29
SOCIAL Miss Kathleen andPUMPS us for the following} days only-June 30.
CLOSE SEASON WITH In.the party are Ala., are visiting Mr. am
OLD FASHIONED QUILTING Mrs. C. C. Goodman. Mr and Mrs July 2,)an expert optician, representing the celebratedfirm

Goodman. also have their young niece of Soda Smooths \ HAWKES CO. Atlanta Ga. the '-
The New. CIty ladies Flinch Club Miss Hazel Atsinger'with them. Mis; A Glass II of A. K. ,

25 cents closed its social ;season for the sum Atsinger who recently returned1 from Things ..OutEnds largest and mfcst favorably known optical establishment .
mer with 'ah old fashioned quilting
Mt Washington College in Marylandis
Tuesday afternoon' when Mrs.. C. S. an accomplished musician and con Lover's Quarrels I in the ,So th. ,i

Eonacker entertained' at her home ou tributes greatly to the pleasure ol f the children I He Will and Fit Glasses.
1 Thirteenth street her relatives and friends. Makes mama and i Test Eyesight ,
The ladies,went to work} with-a will ''
braces papa
and up
happy
T3octoar of of the 1
The a graduate one leading
and soon' had the "built out After a Mrs. Sam Rosenau and Interesting '
Mr. and
There Is nothing more few games'of Flinch had been enjoyed ..i iI I, children, will give up housekeeping for his business duties. There's'nothing Ophthalmic Colleges in the United States: is thoroughly ,

healthful In warm weather terinlaw, the hostess'assisted Mrs. Guy Wilson by served her the sis- We have just, received another large' .cambia to today remain and until go they to Hotel take possession Es. -refreshing and bracing conversant with all modern methods in refractive -

most delicious reach cream', and dainty j on a. hot day as a glass of l including Ophthalmolof
than the J Juice l df the Lime shipment. of Ladies', Pumps.There, of their new home, the beautiful sClenc Retinqscopy,
wafers. I C. W. Hiagsnnan ,place on East our ice cream soda flavored! with I etc. and his had long experience in his specialty.
Two new members Mrs. Charles are two styles in patents and two: HilL gy ,
and Ii forms a heap and Gray and Mrs. Charles Cottrell were I pure fruit flavors or one of our .
welcomed. Mrs. B nack r's' special styles in white. They are", .made. on I I, ,Remember f
exceedingly drink. Mr.- Herman White an:? a number many different limeades and : 4
pleasant was Mrs-::Young "of Mobile the'he ls.1 ,
guest '1 .: a new last and.-fit snug at r night of young for men Miss gave Palmes a bay of Mobile party las the t! phosphates.- i that we have Arranged this engagement and securedthe ;

'MISS KATIE F. STOKES AND You surely want to see these-puipps. attractive. guest of Miss Richards. ------- i services. pB a man of ability and reputation and

MR. WIL'LARD\ '' : R. WARFIELD .. that personally his work. :<
All sizes and widths now but not we guarantee
t-The men of the Jewish .$o-
EVENING.
MARRIED LAST' young
Miss Katie F. Stokes' daughter of later.4 ciety set give a private dance tonight COFFEE I All examinations .are free, and only regular prices l f

Sol Cahn & CO. the late Capt and, Mrs. Thos. H '>j at ElectricPark for the visiting Hot Biscuits and Rolls every will be charged.for glasses. 1

Stokes, and Mr. \\Illard, R. Warfield, contingent., morning at.5 o'clock.
were married last\evening, at 8:15 .,- Ypu Can Save Moneyand
o'clock at the-home.of the-- bride, 131 Mrs. E. K Stokes, accompanied by
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The Pur Food Store, East Intendencia; :street,' Rev. Father Miss Maggie Haden; hans todaynoon obtain the.i highest class of professional service in ,

SouthrestCorner Palafon and Intendencia Fullerton was simple officiating., and 'only The the immediate ceremony! MEYER SHOE COMPANY, George to Magnus visit in her Montgomery daughter Mrs. Kandy Kitchen Cafe. this line by tatiing advantage of-this opportunity.

{ ; relatives and lose:'friends of the cOntracting Bear in mind the 'dates-June 27, 28. 27, 30, and
Phones t480 parties..were present Feet! Furnishers t Folks! ,'_ 'Give your dainty desserts and con" 104.S, Paiafo Phone 999 I "
r "Blue R'.bbon: July
aas'tharmingly gownedia fections the Flavor. ,
The bride
--- ." -- ----" .,r-'., ,-' a creation., o -cf':whiter:'eolene 'trim' 102 S. Palafox Stre t.. Ask for Blue Ribbon Vanilla.. I ift J
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;(| HOMES
Have .
f If You Not a 1600.5 near room 9th cottage Ave.. 60x132., E. Strong St.,

BARGAINS $ 600; Lot 60x150, E. Jackson street, AT MODERATE PRICES.

Two houses on East Government -' ,. between 7th and 8th Ares. ,
& MOO-3 lots In block 170, New City: i '
street brin'ging in $168 ear rents.
per" desire' call the
We to specially attention of those
f desiring
This is "GOOD THING.! : for $1200.00A ( $HO Store and dwelling on WrightSt. homes: at| moderate prices to the following which we h.('on"fortable
of Your Own ., cor, 7th ave. v>
t Home REAL BARGAIN. feathered together* and offer for this week. If you are interested
'AI E, PIECE :OF BUSINESS $1500-6 roam: cottage E. Jackson St w:
the following doe! not suit you call in and see us. We hare o-'a.X!
$ 700-4 lots block 132', New City .
A FOUR ROOM HOUSE, ONE to offer | -
,0 PROPERTY ON THE SOUTH SIDE $31 Splendid bargain in.. residence : :
BLOCK DISTRICTON i-
FROM BUSINESS .
OF E. INTEN'DENCiA, NEAR TARRAGONA on North WIL$1500Blocks'113 No. 307' West Chase. St.,'a large one-story, six room dwelling,
Don't waste any more time, ,but beginnow LOT 28 FEET FRONT BY 170 () and 270, W. K. in perfect co ditl" .> ,...!... .. .. -.. .;' .. :'. . .$3,15Q
FEET DEEP FOR IS A $1500 4 room cottage 7th Ave., near
STREET. THIS
to get one. We"have helped others Gadsden St. No. 602 N. Hayne!st., a desirable location. six room dwelling,

$1000. BARGAIN WORTH LOOKING INTO: 75x110. lot 80 J>y 150] feet.. .. .. .... p .. . .. .. . 2,350
.., to get started towards buying one, we This house rents for $96 per year Various other properties for the ask.
No. 1005 N, i>a.visst.! large two atory, eight roam: dwelling with
If want sell
to
or see
.ing.
i start you. Don't hesitate, but see some. is and sure while to it increase pays a in fair value.interest now, FIVE LOTS AND A 2-STORY RESIDENCE you buy servants_ housle; ,large lot fronting on two streets 1,303:

; of the very fine homes on our list. LIST NEW CITY.. CORNER 10th usLoans made on Real. Estate Security No. 532 E. Gregory St., a well built and commodious seven room

.. 4 Many of them can be bought ion terms FOR SALE.YOUR I PROPERTY CAN SELL WITH IT. ME in any amounts. ,i dwelling, lot fronts oh two streets.. . .. . . 1.60C( ,

for to AVENUE AND .11th STREET. A No. 427 E. Intendencia St., comfortable six room dwelling. 1.500
that will make it possible anyone '

r own and pay for it while they are livingin LESLIE L BROOKS BARGAIN IF SOLD ,AT ONCE. L S. BROWN 3 CO. No. large'812, West'ot. .Government. 4, v. .. .St..,.a. new.. .five.. room.. .. dwelling.. . with. 1,500

it.Pensacola. No. 60i. East BeldIont St., a neat five room dwelling In good

[Phone 412' Fisher Building "WE, ,SELL LOTS." order .. ... -1"., k... '.. ...... .. .. -- ... .. . . ,1,250

McDavid-Hyer Company, No.- 414 West Infendehcla St one story,' seven room dwelling! ,

Investment Company lot' 40 feet .by 170 feet... .. .._.. ... U U U . 1,075HOOTjON
FOR RENTRENT I
HELP WANTED : Agents New. York. "

1 A. H. D'ALEMBERTE City Manager., -rr 1.
; LIfe' Insurance Company.! AND GARIDEN produce free to
w. B.INOWUS, fresldant. ,I. B.SIMPSON, Secret ry. WANTED: ''JULY 1-Saw fiier for' 2'0M satisfactory family to" occupy good & WATSON.

J.L STILLMAN, V-Pres. and Gen. Mjaager. LtiOWLlS.HIU, Treisurer.Rael ._ capacity circular" mill who .can 8 E. Government Street. house _and care for property during I
also look after and keep up engines the summer, ;a short distance from i
Estate, Loans, General Investments. and machinery. Have automatic gum. Phone 7CO. ._ Pensacola, Fla. city Address "House" care Journal' Leading, .I{Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.
mer and filing machinery. Give references 21june. I
215 South Paiafox Street, Pensacola, Florida. and state wages expectel .! "HONE54 ; No. 37 PALAFOX ST. P.O. BOXL

Address: J. M.' Russ Lumber Co., > FOR RENT-Five-room cottage, East! 'I 1 -

Collins, Miss. 24Junelw Gregory. near Railroad shops, $8' ,, ., .....,, ._
J .. : 1____ .:;_ ....-: ...I.. -"' : o= -- : '-i':: : -
-- A Nice Little Home per month. C. R. Yaeger, Thiesen : I' ,
WA."TEJ-Good) nurse.. Apply 619 : building. Phone 686. june19 .

I'r professional- '- Directory. _01< -- F F.. J J. WHITE & CO. North Paiafox. ,St. ;4jWA"lTEJMen On East Cervantes street fronting I REDi'T-Modern j' I Board and ROo ;:
FOR two-story house ,
south lot SO ft. by 137.1/3 feet deep, 5:
Artesian Well Drillers to distribute everywhere circulars! ;, good ady. room cottage, new anJ modern c.'ty': with large grounds, partly under A Bargaint "THREE PLEASANT ROOMS s >n
pay _,
; : cultivation located in northern sub-!
T G YATES M. 0. matter, tack signs,"etc.}. no canvass water two bocki from, car line, nice.neighborhood. urbs. For: information address or! with privilege of light hou" -;. ,O"'F. ',
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ing. Address National Distributing Can sell on easy payments -; 301 W Chase St.
For Saw Mills and. just the place,,for a working'man : apply to the Pensacola Investment t
OPTICIAN Bureau, 100 Oakland" Bank Bldg., ChIcago Co. 9juae I i I FOR RENT One or two nnw.y fur.
with of
small
a amount money]
306 THIESEN BUILOIN Turpentine Stills Especially. Ill' 22jlw, to pay down. In Water Front$ Property nished front rooms; southt-m __x .<-
$1550. FOR REXT-2 nicely furnished I ure; 'With privilege of paon L Ca
Geneva, Ala,.and Graceville, Fla., W'A1'\'TE&--First-c'ass! hat cleanth. r.. ? rooms ,for rent to gentlemen only. ; ton! desirable and near buine eea-

WM, D. HOWE, We; have three, new first-class drillIng pressing Old hats and made blocking.new. Satisfaction; Cleaning, East Jackson- -MOn and G dsden Apply. Phone to Mrs.1095.Hester, 420 W.2junelm ChaseSt. $25 O ter, 422 W. Gregory. ISnnMw j

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR ATLAW machines. We are prepared to, guaranteed. Panamas 50c Straws, streets where the car turns off 16tb Old newspapers at ave cents a bundls:

GOVERNMENT put in wells from four to twelve: inches. 25c. Felt, 35c. Derbys,25c. Victor. ave. into Jackson street in block. FOR RENT A. R. Bingham has store For, 2-story 8-roomj I house, 'lot 240x, at this office. They are! all cieaa
EAST ST. '
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-. / in diameter and from, one, hundred to. Louis, 100' E. Intendencia street. All of the New City Tract I have .five age room for 'Tent, suitable for fur 250, on Bayotf-Grandej, Good water. I Ij and nice.
& sixteen hundred feet In''depth.' We'I come in. 19 jnlm- lots, 100 feet running through. the 1 niture or other goods. 104 and 106 j I !
block. These lots face south on the I South $2066For
Tarragona'stree Phone 639.
pJomptlr.. For Sale.FOR
We .
"do our wor guarantee ,
,WANTED-Carrier boys at The. Journal car line, overlook the ir- the prettiest I
NV satisfaction., *" office. :;' building lots in the whoe: of Ea3t FORRENT A nice 5 room cottageon one-stoty cotta e on water's
r Hill, very desirabe neighborhoo:1.1: !) M N. Spring St., with bath, edge, lot 120x200, on ayou Grande. I SALE Male Jersey ca f in ia;.$
We give the best of references. 6ht'.
old. Will deliver *
WANTED' Men and boys wanted, For qu'.ck sale they go at.. .. ..$2100| at $15.00. Inquire Fisher gasetc.1 i' I at \ Address
learn plumbing, plastering, brick! The east S lots of B'ock 171. New! Agency.. ljune "- $3200e i P. O. Box 478, city. iTjun- '*

laying. Special offer life scholarship! City Tract, between }4th and 15th, I
For Farm Turaentine : aves. and 10th and 11th streets. onej I Ory' FOR SALE-5-room house, ha ai.-i
dollars 5 ,
fifty easy payments; _position FOR RENT-Elegant two-story residence OnE cottage, ; rooms
Timber Lands, guaranteed; free catalogue. Coyne block from ,the car line. They arsj ,"corner Strong.and Spring Sts. on Bayou Grande 63"4250.: other improvements at 91" :N T ..
'pretty lots and a gob:! speculation! aye; lot 100x110 feet, room on ,
Bros. Schools, New York, Chi-
I. LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall cago,' SL Loui_. 16j i at.. .. .. .. ; .,, .. ..$1550 Apply to C. H. Turner. lOmay APPIro I for another house. . ,Sl i.'
on or Address 6-room house, 7th St. am! 4! \

Turner Aymard WANTED-Good man.to work In yard I have two beautiful-lots on the corner FOR stores RENT first Two floor very of Manhattan desirable Mrs. M. ave..i S. W. corner blk. 220. W l K.
and in house. G19 N. Baylen St:.' of on Lj Surgi -u
Jackson .
and 18th Ave
Real Estate and Abstract Co. : over hotel, Cornfer: Garden and Baylen. Tract consisting of 6 lots, !h. a>, :
DRe .J.H.IV10CKDental .P. 0. Box 115 DeFnnlak Springs.Fla Sjune. ( : looking the bay. two blocks from the', Just completed and arranged in firatclass ful site for summer home .$",
line two blocks from o1,1 Care M. E.' ,
car the baY
Cjarke
WANTED-rEveryone to Know that shape. For' terms, particulars, J. A. WILSON & CO., Salisbur.K:: ,
two blocks'from the bay, facing south. PensacoiaFla.-
Su The Journal has nice clean, old na-l! etc.. apply Hooton & Watson. 29Apr ;,
: geon. This is one of the prettiest buildinglots ,
pers for sale cheap.. Only five cents j j on the whole Of East Hill. The -I FOR SALE-ImprO"ied ana unimpr-

Crown and Bridge Wor... a Specl Jt1. Will Double In'Value a bundle. :.. property is' well worth' $300, would be! FOR RENT-Second jewelry story store. over Suitable Undenstruth's FOR S E J. ed A. Wilson property& in Co.ail. Real parts Estate of the Agents city: ,
Painless Extracting of TieeUs cheap at that price.-- .1, will! sell the
Room 7, Salisbury building. Phune
for offices, sleeping quarters store <
2S/2! S. Palafox St. "'- two lots if sold at OJlc for .. '...$nS or .
7 and 9 Old Armory Build! WANTED -- age rooms.: Lee DanielL 24apr New eight room hous ,with hall, 10th 172. :23s! }

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Phons 1071. List! your property with--me and I FOR RENT-8-room, 2-story Cottage Ave.and 16th St This 4iace has to be FOR SALE-Registered Berks: oj

Insideof WA.NTED-All owners or poultry lo will sell it.MOTY 318 W. Belmont Apply 10 Walker seen to be appreciate .. .$1750 hogs; best pf breeding. Ask !t"r

I I know that we are agents'for the celebrated Itgraharo. Apnl20 Lots 3, 4 and 5, bltjck 140, New catalogue. Carl Setterlind, Chip! .,
DIRECTORYJoppa Conk 'y's Poultry Remedies.'Guaranteed Fla.
to cure rupe, ,cholera at the market rate of Interest City .. .,' .. .. j.$600'
-- to kill fleas, lice. and mites. on city real estate. WANTED.-Real Estate for sale or Blo ks 125 and 126t{ Petterson Addition 'I fail
and
FOR SALE-Don't to
gape gft ivy:
Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. Year rent; ]lease or exchange. Your business .
a Also their wonderful egg producer F. solicited. J A. Wilson water front. Jiiw six room prices. I carry a full line of ;>u,:
respectfully
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Joppa Lodge, No.6, L 0. 0. F.. :
meets every Tuesday evening at 1:3a S. Mellen" &; Co. Phone No. _23i .' Real Estate Agent 22% W. Government house on same.. .. ...j.. ,._ ..$1,600i ing material Sash, doors and! YIH.J) 1[

o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall. Belmont ISapr. 4' T : J. W. Bullock Jr. street, Room 7. Salisbury Block 63 ,East King Tract. .$2,600 a specialty. Joel Frater, Ba.1. n S-

ani Baylen street. Visiting brethrenaro That is what"a great deal of real es building.. Phone 172. 23an Lot 7 t; 14, inclusive, block 171, wharf. I 17j j .r.e;

cordially Invited.T. tate in Pensacola Is going to do and 'WILL BUILD HOUSES-on install Room 405 Thiesen Bldg. New City.. .. .. .1 .
H. FLEETWOOD N. G. some of it Is in the following list: ment plan, or cash. You own the 'U $1,6001 MARINE AND STATIONARY ENGINES : -
J. W. GINGLES, Sec. Half block In New City fronting lot I furnish the money and bulli tr. Phone 161. HOTELS. for'sale.. Wonder (C.soiino; l

SljanSm. Calalon'a' square. .. .. .. ....$750 house. You' pay monthly, same as .. Engines are the slmpliest, sT'Tigt-' :
Half block in East 'King! ,Tract In rent, in a short time house is youfo.;; COMMERCIAL HOTEL, DsFuniak, J.A.WILSOJSI&CO. and best engines on the m.-k.' for

Pensacola Lodge No. 3. K. of P. settled neizhborhood .. .* ..$700 Pay rent 20 years, it stilt belongs to Fiai-New management; newly furnished the money. Send for cL'ag; .' K'; I
the other man. Will also put down WantedWANTEDTo B. Banks, Pensaco'.a.'! J'iior.! 1177;
meets every Monday evening at 8 --One-fourth block on Toledo. square I ; free bath and sample rooms; Real Estate Agents,
o'clock at, their temporary Castle Hall New City .. .. .. .. .. . .$800 wells' with good pump. 2-Inch galvanized w =-wJu good meals and good beds. Travel L and 577. Jjunelm
over lou stable, W. Intendencia St. : pipe, with brass cylinder attach. buy some lots on East! ing especially solicited. Rates 12 Salisbury Building, Room 7Mlsecllan4wus --
Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. Lots on 11th and 12th avenues. New ment, will make water'fly from a well]! Hill for Investment; must ba cheap men FOR SALE-Second hand 25 H. P.
City, at .. .... <. .. .. .$200 per day. Mrs. M. H. Stanley, Prop. 1
'. J. A. KIRKPATRICK C. C. 40 to 100ft deep, and so easy 'a child and convenient to car. Address "In. 29may. : boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply to
H. HORSLKR K. of R. & S 200xlS2& feet on East Hill car can pump it. Costs but little, more vestment," 417 E. Zarra'gossa St. I New Method Laundry. 13ApnlAUTOMOBILES. : !

.- line .. .... .... .. .. .$1250 than, the old du'g welL All satisfactory -" 24jlw. PARK HOTEL Why $2.50 -
per
Ak .Meetings or the Lots in East King Tract or West before you pay a cent' Get my I .... day when you can getf pay as good room -,.",.,.W--' ---- .-J am agent for the

Knights of Coiumaua King Tract very cheap and on easy prices. F. M. Williams. contractor H. ALF IAN-TIn, Copper snd Sheet and bed for 50c. Coolest place in : NOTICE Having In5u.! led machines Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you auto
K: t are No. held at their hall terms. Improved property In West and Builder Room SOS Thiesen Building -! Iron Worker; cornice work and skylights Pensacola. Special rates by the week for the manufacture!|of galvanized from 500.00 up. They cost less than

cia 8 street West, Intenden. King! Tract- netting 10' ,per cent. on' in Phone 802, 1 ring. ljunelm a specialty; roofing, gutteringand or month. One block from postoffice. 'iron cornice, 'skylights, cornice gutters -I horses to keep up. They can be run
on every vestment: : repairing, 315 South Palafox St. 22may. circular mouldings etcx, I am now in sand or anywhere a horse can go.
% 4VJr Monday
7:30 o'clock.evening Anilnvitatioa 'at See us in regard' to Lake View Haven WANTED-We want"your orders fox Phone 560; residence" phone. 1316. prepared to do sheet foetal work of Leslie E. Brooks. __
'II V Property. Prettiest place in New 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original 2junelm. OLD MILL INN-on bay front. Opens all kinds on short noftce. Satisfaction I .
to visiting- Knights. is extended City and Is on Bavou Texar. designs to select from.. All June 1. Large, airy and delightful. assured. Estimates cheerfully FOR SALE-iLots 11 to 15. inclu- ,

JOHN B. JONES. prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensaco- WANTED-D. B. White wants your ly cool. Good fishing, bathing and given on work in or outside the city. being one-fourth of blocks 7:' :n N '

J. S. LEONARD, Grand Knight ,I D. Hale Wilson & Co. la. 16eb. hauling and transfer work. Satis- boating. First class table. On electric : -Chas B. Vetter, 18 "Wj.Intendencia.. City of Pensacola, 200 feet on I.aK t ,

Recorder. faction guarnteed. Address 1501-N car line, 15 minutes: ride from city. .. Phone698. i 25maylm: street 137% feet on 17th avnn';,' ..
i Phone 234 15 South Palafox WANTED-The public to know that Sta .Ave.. or phone 981. Regular boarders and transients. I I frontin'g Harana Square. New '

; Daughters of Rebekajj" we: can, do all kinds of repairingfloat Terms reasonable. Address Old :Mill SANTA ROSA-Pavllloji, L. S. S. of- story, twelve room house with .

Naomi Lodge. No. 10, Daughters of building, norse shoeing. etc. J. MATTRESSES RENOVATEDNew! Inn Pensacola. Fla. 4may fers the best .accommodation for I ment and attic. House just fin s' '
ltebekah, meets every Monday nightat G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27febWANTED. tick furnished if desired. Guaran y bathing and recreation {o be found on hard-finished ceilings, wainscotiru :
8 o'clock In L 0. 0. F. hall VisitIng teed. Crapet taken up and mattinglaid BROWN HOUSE DeFurilak Springs. the Gulf -Mexico.. 'Lunch Leclair plastered! walls! ; cabinet mantf'- 1
sisters cordially Invited to be present .-Electric work of ah kind. if desired. Leave orders at Good beds, airy rooms, elegant leaves city wharf: daily j at,S:00 a. m. bath rooms and all modern con-- '1'
Let us clean year fans. resair your Green & Watson. Phone 193. 7aiarWANTED. : meals free bath and sample !
rooms.
; Phone 659. Chas. H. Burton, Mgr.12may. ences. The house has a southern :"
MRS.B. R. dynamo, do jour vlrin;. etc. Pin! Special attention to traveling men. ,
WITKOVSKI. { eastern exposure and Is one: ;
: MISS WILLIE KENDRICK Sec, :: lEAL 570. Pensacola Electri* Co, 205- S. .-All kinds or electrical Rates $2.00 per day. J. R. Brown, most des'.rable: locations in tli> '

: M. B. B. A. No. 81. meets first and Baylen. work. I sell aU kinds of electrical Prop. If you will look arouad the house, being only one block, from th- ,
third batteries and other electrical supplies. you will find alot of ways in which car line and overlgoking the bay: m,
Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. WANTED.-The public to know that When you need me ring .345 or 955. HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSESBefore you can use old newspapers.. You I Bayou Texar. One-half cash. \ ;,
RaSord Hall No :
B dencla. -street 10. West Inten. : old newspapers can be' bought at E. W.. Peake, new" Star Laundry building J laying your carpet or mattIng can buy them in any quantity at this to J. A. Gray, 21 and 23 E. Can-:- ;:0,
this office for five cents a bundle. They E. Garden. 15d c. ,, buy a supply of old newspapersto office. They are put up "in'bundles,
A. G. FELL, Prea. It ESTATEAN are all clean and nca put underneath and protect It Only convenient to 'arry"anI sold atfive 26june.
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J. L. SWEENEY. Sec. I
COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand
: five cents a bundle at this office.
cents per bundle. f-
j FOR SALE-I am making a lim'e;
Cleaning Club, 212 N. DeVillersSt.
Partner with
Pensacola Lodge No. 4; I. 0. 0. F. WANTED $4,000 to engage i, I '
FERRELL HOTEL-Sneads, Florida. fer on 12 lots in northeast N>* '
Pensacola Lodge No. 4, 1. 0: 0. F in turpentine business. Good Mrs.- T. J. ,Davis, Prop. Your pat- MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE )
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Address "Part I Ipropo34tion. solicited; satisfaction ,guarao-j Rajes $2.00 per day. Nice rooms, within the town lim'ts and nej.
: tneets every ,Thijrs3arveiling: at 7:3 J'- er. care ronage Mattresses made to ojder' ; pld ones ,
at the new hall,on Belmont and Bayle"streets. ;; ; Journal. 22jlw" teed. Careful attention given 'la1i es'1 good beds;table the best. J. M. Fer- renovatei. New -tlcKs!! furnished. Lake View Haven propert e.!' \. : .
ell clear titles arid excellent elevat.c:
garments. Phone 1222. gfei; 'Prop. 17apr I
." Visiting brethren cordially Second hand ,furniture j bought and ,
$720. I offer single lots in thf -
JnTtted. E. GREENBLATT, WANTED-Table! boarders 208 W: H_TEL YER."ON-Rates |2 per day. UpholsterIng and rjepalring donE I -
vicinity at $60 and $65 lot "ri
: J. NEVILLE. Secretary. ATTRACTIVE: PROPOSITION 'Gadsden St Miss Robinson.17j. Money to Loan. Special rate by week. Special attention 114 E. Belmont St.,. ciiy, phone 771,I terms. (This is to the per trade of ',\ '
4-, w__ -- to traveling men. 'Free sample Davis Mfg Co., C. T. Davis Mgr. '
WANTEDr-CarrlaSes repaired and w- '.
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W. 0. W. $2600.00 FOR A BEAUTIFUL-SITE repainted -- -'- people exclusively. Elbert A ( '
'' UTe Oatf Camp. No. I, W.. t). W. FOR .A, l1OLME: in the'\ wellest and ;' floats built to order; horse MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody bore room. Mrs. J. P. Mauldin, Prop. TAILORING I*, 'Diamond 'Tallor.- :I Box 112 City. 13j'lCi'

meets.In' Pythian Hall 1st and ::3r.1Wednesdays most aristocratic portion\ of the city; shoeing a specialty. J. G. -w: 1Sh Car- rows money from Jno. A. Hall &' 15apr.HOTEL; Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and

:i4 each mbnth. Visiting five large lots, facing public squareon riage Co. 27febWANTED. Co., 1414 E. Government St When in SOUTHERN-Open all the repaired' on short notice. No. 11% TEA DRINKERS ATTENTION '
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sovereigns'! cordially. invited. the southeast. corner of Reus and need call on us. .y 'ar American-and European plan. West Government S:., Ijensacola Fla. you want a delicious cup of ct'''. *"
I F.-A. BOGH1CH C. C. DeSoto'streets.! -The Merchants Transfer Special summer rates. First-class in Idee._._I_ "Our Own" Blend It is superior ..:,
LESLIE E. D OOKS. Clerk. Cd wants your moving and kauUcg. MONEY;: LOANED on all kinds of per- every respect. Pleasant and convenient SHIP CHANDLERS-AfcKinzIe Oert- dollar tea on the market. Ony: '
ALL OF THE MAXENT TRACT All breakage guaranteed. T* B. Tnor- foaal short Mrs. T. L. Bowen, '.' '
Phone 978. property on notice. Prop., Pen. ing & Co., wholesale nd'retalJ ship, per pound. A valuable ticket in -
Prop.
RATHBONE LODGE,, "No. -30., WEST OF* "C" STREET NOW' FOR sen. ISJunela. Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co.. 2 W. sacola Fla. 15apr chandlers and grocers, oply first-class! package. New Orleans Grocen \--

,Rathbone, Lodge No. 30/Knfghts. SALE. WANTED-Your stenographic work. Romana. Phone 1165. Ifeb CENTRAL HOTEL, CHIPLEY-Op. house of kind In city., Fair prices to all.i Phone 105. .Jas. McHugh. Prop.
Pythias, meets every Thursday night]! and I 7june.
Pensacola Typewriter depot Large well lighted
: Exchange MONEY TO LEND-On good real e- CARRIAGES '
Members of sister MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST repaired -and repainted.! Fla. J
at pastleHall. ]
I 315% S. Palafox St. Phone 379. rooms. Free sample room. Meals at ', shoe1lug
tate security, or on good collateral Floats built to order Horse --
lodges and visiting brethren .cordial-: MARKET RATE. OF INTEREST.
ly Invited' to attend. I I 23may. at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks. all hours. Special attention to traveling a specialty.. J. G..Welsh CarriageCo. FOR SALE-Ten new and stest I
: MORTGAGES ON REAL ESTATE Fisher building. fUn men. $2.00 per.day. J. M. Tug- i D'-
27feb d fer-
C. J. LEVY second hand office safes,
I BO'UGHT WANTED To sell lot of old gle, Prop. ISmarlnj
IN THIS CITY AND SOL-Co a papersat 'd.
: _. : 'K, R.:. & S.: I sizes best makes at bargain pn
- 5c a bundle. Apply at this of MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal CHIPLEY HOTEJ,-Can SetterKnd; J. H. PORTER zacmai.er. 716 South Scarritt Moreno, office East Gove.n-
fice., They are all whole, clean and short I .'
property on notice. Prop. Special attention to commer. Palafox street Orders' taken for ment St. 24m-
: CREW NOTICE. nice. Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstairs cial travelers. Free sample and bath tents awnings, camp stools and house -
Neither the captain,own 28% South PalafQ, St.. Phone 1144. I cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 31Jan. FOR SALE sold r"
rooms. Large rooms with Having my
ers nor consignees of the'.It Fisher I Estate, W ANTED.-A.. n. Bingham want 5no? good beds.
Agency dence '
a $2 per day. ISmarlq corner of 12th avenu--
ss "Ceret1'J: be responsible ,}'our moving and hauJil g.tJIe gua' MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP- 13th street I now offer for sa.t ,'

for debts contracted COLLECTION OF .RENTS A antees all breakage. Phon:} 630. ; ;! UNLIMITED amount or money to Joan HtTEL.-opeu night and day. Willie Mlm\ Proprietor. FurnIture household 'goods and one cow, IC; '
by the crew cf said vessel on all kinds of personal property. Europan plan. Rooms light and repairing of all kinds, carpets may be seen on the prem'ses ',
: FRANCESCO MOLINAR", '. SPECIALTY.. See the Pinto Water display Hod- dean: Transient trade "
at Special rates to business men on large solicited. laid, furniture packed if or shipping Tuesdays and Thursdays, betwe "
GULF. TRANSIT. Captain. ." .. : -, ton's Pharmacy. James McHugh Co. 575-579 B. Paiafox.- Jis.
leans. The New York Loan 20JIi S. Nlcolau. Phone 63. Next to Tampa. Landing. hours of 10 and 12 m. C. W. Hag
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Consignee. St. wholesale agent ljunelm South P."* ': ., *.%- j 22ApriL 19juneg'1

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,THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MOKNIN6 JUNE, 28, 1908
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A. JENNINGS, M.: E. CLARK J. W. McMillan Bros. Co. ----- I PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL

LURTON, J. R. SAUNDERS, C. E.
Don't' Buy Real Estate in Pensacola BENNETT and W. A. BLOUNT. all RAILWAY COMPANY.
ELECTRIC LIGHTS
of Pensacola Florida, do hereby make 1

application for letters patent Incor- ,
.. or anywhere else until you get an. porating us and our assigns Into a

corporation in accordance with the AND FANS ; .i Summer Week. Day Schedule-Steam

Laws of the State of Florida, under .. I
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ABSTRACT OF TITLETO : ->o' the following charter:. ,r ..' Train and Electric Car Schedule,

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: 1 ., For merchants means more business is!! welt as more Effective June,19,1906.
The name of the corporation shall M.QBILE. ALABAMA.
THE PROPERTY. < comfort for clerks, proprietor and customers. The leading
be LAKE-VTEW HAVEN COMPANY, .. '
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and successful merchants everywhere; are users of
and its principal place of business ]
IS YOUR TITLE GOOD ? Pensacola Florida. electric lights and fans. ;We install them. ; Apply at of Between Pensacola and Big Bayou.Lv. .
MARKETS "
2 -fice. "- Pensacola. Lv. Big Bayou.. :.

That! is the all Important question. If :you'-want It answered quickly The general nature of the businessto 6 a.m. 9 ;frm. 6:20 10:2( p.m t

and correctly, come to us. We make it our business to find the be transacted shall be the acquIsi- Naval Stores 7 a.m, 10 p.m. 7:30 *ll:30pj3 '
tion and holding of such real and per. PENSACOLA 8 a.m. 11 p.m.* 8:30
answer. Savannah Ga. June 27. The naVal
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It you have any real estate to sell, let us"'make' you an abstract sonal property in Escambia County, stores market closed today follows 9 a.m. 9:30
as : I
Don't wait until you have found the purchaser but have the Florida, as may be necessary or expedient 10 a.m. 10:30 t
now WWU .. ,. .5 00WG
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4USwer ready before hand. for the construction and main ELECTRIC TERMINAL am. 11:30
COMPANY
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An Abstract will not make a good:: title out of a bad'one.but it tenance ,of.a hotel and sanatorium 12 noon 12:30 p.m. ,
R.P( often enable the owner to do so by showing him existing defects and the conduct of a hotel and sanatorIum N.470 ] 1 p.m. 1:30
: 31.. .. .. .4 45 2
meh he may be able to remely in'sa.id County, :either directlyby .' PHONE 106. ; p.m. 2:40 :.
K. .4 40
Itself or through its agents or les. : 3 p.m. 3:30
I. ..4 40.440 -- ___
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and the use and disposition of i 3:30 p.m. '4:00 1
The Pensacola Abstract Company all sees,real and personal property necessary -: Xi .. ,.. .. ,..'. *:*:. *. 'i..:. *.. ,. 4 p.m. 4:30
or convenient for the said purroses -G.. .o' ..' :... It : .- : .4 20 4:30: ,p.m.; 5:00

Incorporated, and th :do1ng of. all things incidental F..,..415 to 4 20 ...... 0* + 444....t:+tt..i, .... 5:00 p.m. ,. 5:30: t
thereto. E., ".;.4 10 r. 5:30: p.m. 6:00 :

PHONE 393. 114 N. PALAFOX. HARRY L GIlAHAMGen.Mtro 2 D. ,.. 3 90 6:00 p.m., 6:30 f

I- I -.--- -- The amount of capital stock shall C.3 55 6 I 6:30 p.m. 7:00 r
-- Spirits rurpentine 57 cents. IAUSLEY ; COMPHHY 7:00 p.m. '730 .
be Fifty Thousand (50000.00) Dollars I
I I divided into shares of One Hundred 7:35 p.m. 8:00 :
AUtLEY A CO.'S RPOJltTILvtrpool 8:00 .
Sale
For p.m. 8:30
shall
AdvertisementsNOTICE and
Dollars
Legal ($100.00)) each
____d.r Cotton Marte,,. : 9:30 ;
be payable in cash in personal
or property COMMISSION BROKERS *
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FOR SAL." Thorough-bred horse,I IS HEREBY GIVEN that;, at a valuation to be fixed by the cbs I Saturday only. .
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J n.-T b B.M
Pensacola Stables ? !
Sleepy Sant Apply we, the undersigned will on the 16th directors. Ten per cent. of the cash i
_' 24 June day of July; 19O ,- apply to-.the Governor ., shall be,paid! in at !the time of the organization b.-Mw rrAprII.-.b.. ...5.58 Ii.59 i II! WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOIA, FIA. Between Barrancas.Pensacola and Fort

i iL.XD of the. State'of Florida, at Tallahassee of the corporation, and the April lUf..v: ..:'.._. .. 6.60 I Lv Pensacola.

FOR SALE-Domingus Grande. ,for letters patent incorporat.. remainder from time to time upon the Ua7..J1int.............:....;............ ... t 7:15 Lv Fort Barranca
!in acres and up. This land joins ing us and our associates! under the call of the directors. r .Jun.-Illy ._.......................... .... | Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and C icago. a.m. 8:00' a.m.
tb? city. Will be.. sold reasonable.I following charter*,to-wjt: tTVe 4 lulT..l.UUt ...................... .... ..- .6.78 ,,, i ii 3:50 a.m. 11:00 a.m
Warrantee deeds. Apply to Sallie E. :i[ C.'F, WARSHi-WL: J..,HANNAHand'GEO. The business shall !be conducted by Aagut-Bptemb.r........................ 8.69 12:50 p.m. 2:00 p.m.

Cummings. 24j1 W.1 JOHNSTQN.: :all of .Pensacola a board of Fourteen (14) directors Septeaber-Ootober ............ .......... 5.6 COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVSIONSdndBONDS: 3:50 p.m. 5:10 p.m.
'I I Florida} do-.hereby.jnake application i., and a President' Vice-President and Oetober-KoTcmbar ................ .......|.jg | 6:20p.m.: 7:00 p.m.8:30'p.m. .
FOR SALE-Brand new handsomelybound for letters incorporat. Secretary and Treasurer. The direc. HoTember-December .......... ........ .8.55 I : 9:00p.m *
Encyclopedia Dictionary patent DeocEber-Juurj ........ ...............5.55JJverpool Saturday only.
Century ing us and our assigns into a corpora. tors shall be elected annually at ameetin'g Spots.811 | Bought and Sold on Margin or for Invest ent.I .
and Atlas; also ladies saddlein tion, in accordance with the Laws of: of the stockholders to Be held i
first class condition. Phone 285 or the State'of Florida:under the"follow., on the First Monday in July of each i Steam train leaving Pensacola af
apply 1102 E. Gadsden St. .23jlwFOR ing charter: year and the officers shall be electedby New York Cotton Market. $ Reference: First Kitiona! and Peoples,! BaL Phone 1173 .t 7:15 a. m. will stop between Penn

'. : : 1 .r the Board. of '(Directors at a meeting Open High Low Oiot cola and Big Bayou only to take on
SALE-G ntlemans road horse. ? JMWMY 1035 10.41 10.85 10 43 ......$......+H;..........e........+.4............. passengers for ,
I The name of the corporation shall: held on the same day. :March points beyond Big !
Western pony: gentle good saddler, be the LiAKE-VlEW HAVEN ASSOCIATION Until the first election. W.. A. .July 10.12 10.41 10.19 1043 10.11 10.41 10.45 i Bayou. Steam train leaving Fort Bar-
10.19
and driver. Donkey with bran n&w, and its place of business,,, Blount shall be President, F. C. Brent, August 10.22 10.31 10.22 10.31 rancas at 5:10 p. m. will stop between
Trap and harness. Hinman & Heck- Pensacola! Florida.. Vice-President, and Geo. W. Johnston, September 10.27 1085 10.2T 1035 Big Bayou and Pen acola only to put :

er Century Fla. 23may 2 Secretary and Treasurer and the saId October............40,23 10.88: 10.23 10.35 -------- off passen'gers from beyond Bg:

I persons, together with A. V. Clubbs, Daeamber........10,81 10.42 1030 10,tt Bayou. Other steam trains will make ..
FOR SALE A. new rubber-tire runabout The general nature of the businessto H. H. ,Boyer F. E. Brawner, H. G Stw York Spot, 10.8 all stops. Each>electric car makes all
Address Box 315 City. I be transacted shall be the conductof ; DeSilva..0., L Bass J. A. Chaffin,Rix I Women and Bank A couts stops.

3j1J.ne1w. a hotel .sanatarium in Escambia M. Robinson H. L.. Covington, W. J. :. WheatOpen The above schedules ana regula.

FOR SALE-Ore good all-round famt.. County, Florida, and the organization L II Hannah, C. F. Marsh and Wm, H. High Low CToJ .. tions subject to change without notice.

ly horse and harness. One top bug and conduct of a school for the training Knowles shall constitute the Board ot .ly_...... 83H 834 &% is% learn how to their Local Freight Regulations.
Many women never
One good A.' and education of nurses with the! Directors. Sept.... .._ ..83% 83J| 88i S3Ji hjandle Freight shipped by the 7:15 a. m. '
nearly new. wagon.
E.gy Turner Bohemia, Fla. Phone 246. power to give certificates or diplomas I 5 'f Com. money in a businesslike way until sterfi necessity train will be received only for points
of graduation to persons in said school]I -The corporation shall exist for NIne- beyond Big Bayou and will not be
ICjunelm. Open mill LoW Clote6 forces them to do their own financing. Often this
meeting the requirements thereof forsuch ty-nine .((99) years from the date of the ,............ 52 62Bel j received later than 7:05 a. m. All 'r
FOR SALE-'Two fine milch cows with certificates o'r diplomas the acquisition issuance .letters patent to it ............ 52" I23g 52 lack of knowledge of business affairs is very costly. other Week Day. trains leaving Pen-

young calves; can be seen at No. ,. _use and disposition of all 6 Every woman should be familiar with ordinary sacola not later than 3:50 p. m. carry ,
123 E. Gregory. C. B. McMillan.lOjune. real. ,and, personal property necessaryor : The highest .amount of.indebtedness New York Stock Market freight for any point, but freight will 1
convenient. : for the' '.,carrying; on {s'ofsaid f to which the Company shall at (,[ Open OOM business transactions and the conveniences of every not be received later than 20 minutes
business and the doing of all shall Twen. Soathern Pciflo/r.M 66J3 67Copper. before scheduled departure of trains.
any time subject itself be day commerce. ;
TEA DRINKERS ATTENTION things incidental to or convenient for ....",-r-- 100 90 The :3:00 a. m. Sunday train
you want a delicious cup of tea try said business, ty-five Thousand (25000.00 Dollars. .L &J.R...........!............ iso 129 Carrying her own bank account is one of the carry light perishable freight under may

"Our Own" Blend it is superior to any 7 Atch.............,............. soA. e8 some circumstances by cat!
her these
dollar tea on the market Only 60c '\: ,3 The said subscribers su"bscrlbe" to .B.................:......... .146LB !>( U3 best ways in the. world to teach business mission. Electric will sp not per- i
car
per pound. A valuable ticket"in every The amount of' the capital stock: the following amounts of stock, to- T....:......,:......r...... 8} 1B..t usages. ,i. freight or packages: of description carry. _
any
.wit .. .... .. :
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shall be Five Thousand, Dollars ($5- ; 1l8 1lBrie.
New Orleans Co.
package. Grocery 000.00) 'divided"Into shares of One! W A. Blount.. .. .. .... .;.. 3shares; 42tf tsy4 Our Woman'sDepartm htis especially equipped except medicine nrgentiy needed. :

IJune.Phone 105. Jas. McHugh, Prop. Hundred Dollars' $100.00)) each: F, C. Brent i.. ......... ..;..1Q',shares Co)..I .. ::..'..L. _..'..... 40% for the handling! women's accounts: and to give Shippers regulations are in requested mind that to- bear inconvenient thc,..

shall be payableIn-cash: ten percent F. E. Brawner. ... .. .. :.. ...10'shares U.8. 884U. a;;
!and ? We ,invite not be
........... them all the assistance we can. cordially may caused.
of the H. H. Boyer..'... .... ,5' shares 8. preferred.- 103>i 101! ,
load of .horses upon the organization\ corporation These
FOR SALE-Finest car ; B.8.............. freight regulations subject ta
ever received in Pensacola. McMil and the.balance upon call of I W., ].. Hannah ... .. .. .. ..30. 'shares L.AK' .i 2; 26% their accounts, both large and small. change without notice.

J. A. Chaffln.. ..... ....... 143 )42 .
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sharesW.
& West Inten 'encia St. the .directors further
Any. information
Ian Turton Lead..............,. ',y/4 71HII. regardin}
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6june 4, B. Wright .. shares .P.:'.. 93 91H passenger and freight schedule can b(
The business '&haljbe conducted.. C. F. Marsh.. ....... ... ,.75 shares L C.--. 177&Ow.P 115 had by applying to the general offiej ,

FOR SALE-Remington typewriter., a Board of .Three 1 "(af 'dirctors. a, J. R. Saunders......... ... 2 shares c. J&)" 159% of the company.

'Rem," care Journal 6junelm* President a Vice-President and a Secretary -: CL E. Bennett.... .. ... ;.a.. 2 sharesH. 21'.T.0 13% IS4 'Passengers are earnestly requested ;

',I and Treasurer the latter of f L. Covington.: ...... .. .. 2 shares P.O ....4...r:..9o S9H FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF to promptly report to the genera:'
See the Pluto Water display at Hoo- whom sh "be business manager. ThE i F. F. Bingham. .. .... 1 share B'D'G...........,:........... 128M 123 office any inattention duty or dis
toa's Pharmcy. James McHugh, directors shall>e elected .annually at:: Rix M. Robinson... ... ... ., shares aLP ...........:.::;.......:. 11\1% 1711.4 I courtesy on the part of employees an// :'

wholesale' agent Ijuaelm a meeting..of the stockholders to be; R. M. Cary... .. .... ..11..1 share So!.....,. 24" 23% PENSACOLA, FLA.W. ; to make specific criticisms of service
FOR S-ALE-We have a lot of keg', held the first 'Monday in July ofeach A. Greenhut ............ ... 1 share B.B: 56 35 JOHN W. LEADLEY "
suitable for flower pots and other on and ,the officers shall be; H. G. DeSilva..'..:..'.... 1 share' T.O.I........_.....,....153,. 1584 i Manager.
:year .. .. Penn.... .. ISO% 128UP % .H.KKOWLXS.: Pre a. W.K.HTBB,Ja., V.-Pres. antI P13'lIer. i.
purposes; also a lot of whiskey syrup elected 'by the. Board of (Directors: Scarritt Moreno ....".. 2 sharesF.
.___ ...... 148J4 142% T. W, BRUT and W.N.BOBIBTS Asst. Cahler@
and other barrels, which are'suitable a meeting held on the same day. ., W. Marsh:..... .... ..... 1 share DIBZCTOBS-F.. C. Brent. W. A. Blount. W. H. Knowlas. W.) K. flyer Jr

for packing crockery or fish and cured. Until the first election.C. F. Marsh I C. Gunter Elmore. .. .,. .. .!.15"shares i D. G. Brent. ,'

meats. We buy all kinds of barrels, shall be President, W. J..Hannah'shall t A. V. Clubbs.... .. .. ....... 6' shares ,Ausley &. Co.'s Daily i Cotton Letter. """" ;"'-< Pensacola St. Andrews

and re-cooper and clean them. Sup, be Vice-Presidentj and Geo. W. John Wta. H. Knowles. .... .... 5 shares New York June 27.-Liverpool markets and i

ply always on hand. If you need any'' ston shall pe Secretary and Treasurer, 0. L. Bass... .. ..".. ....r. 3 shares I were steadier this morning, cables i
barrels or have any for sale ring us and business manager; and the said L[ J. W. Bulrard..1 share I[ stating there was a stronger under Gulf Steamship Co.

up Phone 235, residence phone 591.'1' persons shall constitute the Board of: C. C. Goodman. .. .. .. .... 1- shareA. [ tone. Our markets gradually hardened STEAMER

Pensacola Cooperage Co., Geo. A.' Directors. '." D. Morrison.. ..... ... 1 share and the short interest was evidently No. 5603.C. TARPON.

Vucovich Pres., No. 9 S. Alcaniz. .5 n' A. M. (McMillan ...... .... 1 share in doubt as to the best thing to do. JOHN PFEIFFER Assistant Cashier. W.3ARROWMaster.'msrcLi.s ., ;r
I'maylm. This corporation) shall, exist:: for L. S. Brown............ ...... 1 shareJ. Today was tender day at New Orleans M..W.E.CLARK.LAMAR Vice.President President and Cashier. J.W. ANDREWS.Assistant Cashier. PASSJBNGEH AND

Ninety.nine.(99) years.from the date S. Reese..... .... ...... 1 :share and up to 11 a. m. there was a FREIGHT SERVICE
FOR SALE-A lot or old newspapers.Put of the issuance of letters.patent to it. Lee Daniell. .. .. .. .,. 2 shares notice of one hundred bales discoveredbut -.fiewVIll- :
in bundles convenient for NATIONAL BANK
up A.Jennings..l share THE AMERICAN
carrying. Only five cents per bundle.]I. .6. of indebtedness. M. E. Clark. .. .. .. ... ..... 1 share later another on the talent managed to PENSACOLA.. MOBILE. APALACHI. ;
amount dig hundred thus showingto
-Apply! ,this office. to The which highest the corporation.shall at anytime : ,J. W. Lurton. ... .. .. 1 share what up extent July position had been OF PINSACOLU, FLO. ; COLA, CARRABELLE. ST. AM,

CITY itself'shall be Twenty Geo. W. Johnston..i.... .r..io! sharesF. the market. UNITED STATES. DREWS, MILLVILLE.
MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton & subject liquidated in southern DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF
Marston .. .. .. .. ....
Watson have just received a large five Thousand. : (J25.000.00) Dollars. .1 share The few belated shorts were made to And all points on st. Andrews Bay !
$60.000.
supply of the latest city maps showing 7 Ed Gale "Quina.:...:....!. share pay from 3 to 5 points every time one CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS CarrabeUe and Apafachicola.SCHEDULE' "

all of the subdivisions. The maps are The said subscribers, subscribe tc I -- of them tried to get out and the belief DIRECTORS. !; .
Total .. ... .. .. .. 213
official anj down to' date and are the following amounts' 'of stock, to- shares I is fast becoming that this position in Leave Feoeacola Sundaj. 8:30 guB.
WJTNESS: WHEREOF\ we the L Covlnaton, Frank Reilly, F. EJ{Brawner, Mobile, AIL
mounted on heavy linen. Regular wit: New York is pretty well off of the Henry for .
frtce. J3J50; special price on lots ol C. F. Marsh shares.-$2000.00 I before mentioned subscribers. have books and that prices were low J. rd. Pfeiffer, W. S, Rosasco, C.W. Lamar, Leave Pensacola. Tae da>. 8:89 p.

fi%," or more to agents or real estate W. J. Hannah, 15 shares. ,... 1500.00 I hereunto signed our names, this 11 enough. 'At any rate a good substantial Bryan Dunwody, T. F. [McGourln, J. R.Saunders; m for St. Andrews MillTille Ap..
men Hooton & Watson. 8may Geo. W. Johnston, 15.shares. ., 1500.00Totaf I day "of June. A. D.. 1906. reaction is due after the break of A. M. Avery, W. H. Milton, 0. E. \ aura, lac'aicola, Carrabelle and InUrtnediati
L. S. Brown F. W. Mats'h. 0. L. the past week or so. W. L. Cawthon. Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKfnzIe Ocrtlng, points.

FOR SALE OR RENT-Two lighters; : 60 shares.. h :,. ..$5000.00 I Bass, F. C. !Brent, A. Greenhut Geo. We hardly think there is AJex McGowIn, C. M. Covington, M. tr Clark. For additional- tefonn&Hoa apply tj
one with capacity for thousand ft. W. Johnston, Lee Daniell F. E. Braw any possibility J. E. SAUNDKB3,
the i) frivate
of bull boxes for nnt at }2.CO,.}UO end J5.00 year. apartmentin
!lumber, the other thirty thousand capaeti -" : the, ner, W. A. Blount, Wl J: Hannah;. C. a movement at the pres. Safety deposit E. R- COBB. Pr lder.c. ,
,
I IN WITNESS TVtHEREOF. we ent time as crop prospects are too connection for the convenience of customer* and Pass.Pensacola .
Frt.
). Rates reasonable. Also two before mentioned subscribers have: F. Marsh, Rix M. Robinson T. A. Gen. &1'..
kff beats for sale cheap, 22 ft. long hereunto signed our names, this 6 day: Jennings H. H. Boyer, J. R. Saunders, good yet no one can predict to what Four per cent interest Paid on Time Deposits. Fla
extent the liquidation of the known
; ft beams. Telephone or write J. A. I of June. A. .D.- 1905.. H. L. Covin'gton J. W. Bullard. M. E. i heavy short interest in the fall and ./
''baffin& Co.. Milton. Fla. 25iaar C. 1.tARSH. Clark, C..C. Goodman, R. 'M. Cary,, J. -1
-
winter might
"" S. Reese Ed Gale Quina, Frank Mars- options carry prices I
"W/jr. } Ii
ON THE HIGH LAND-East Hill elec- HANNAH once they are driven to'cover for the .
ton. J. W. Lurton Scarritt Moreno H. .
irucar six lots.-100 ft. front GEO. .W. JOHNSTON. while they do --- -' --
line bulls not taken
to
z care I
G. DeSilva, F.- F. Bingham, J. A. Chaf
1)y 147 700. inside -. heavy lines LVM5YILLMLRRE_ HAUTE M
H deep, corners any very in the face of -
fin. C. E. ,Bennett. Wm. H. Knowles, ,
lots $600. There better situa- State of FIord the j..WgtLS, V'low-PBaiUmA'&. ,
are no ; growing crop yet they are watching i. mLTOY GREJUJ..t P&IarDLcr
Wl B. Weight A. D.MorrIson, C. Gun. MOziO, '
UOIl ofEscambia.Before ,....8xItL XLXSYJX14t) vuri _
!>> than these lots. A. V. Clubbs. County the situation carefully and will a.. J( USHNF1.L:
-- .the..subscriber personally ap- ter Elmore A. M. McMillan. A.. V. take advantage of the least indicationot tJatio.n 2ahk?
fOR SALE-f'Jlce. clean old newspa.pers peared C. F."Marsh,"'"W..J Hannah and Clubbs. "- panic on the part of the bears to Citizens _
"
,
at avQ cents a bundle. This of Geo. W. Johnston, known to me' to be: force the issue and, with. some unfav- of PeaMCcte, riortd "i,
State of Florida
fice. the individuals" described by those DJRfcrOR&GN.'W. I
orable weather to help
them
: might
names, and each acknowledged thai: County of. Escambia. December .WnU. Morris Bear. T.B WeUes. Sir M.BeMaic L. maw Green. I :
easily put to 11 cents.A .
REGULAR : the subscriber _
HACK LINE-From Before personally
Chip'ey -
they executed. the foregoing; : instrument ItfHAL BACKING BUSH[S3 TR41V3CTW.
making! 'connections with mall'' for the us. sand purposes thereIn appeared W. A. Blount, F. C. Brent. F. crop without a grievance real or Gf "

launch for points on Andrews: bay.I set forth. E. Brawner H. H. Boyer W" J.Hannah supposed: would be a rara avis We I---

Extra teams for traveling men. GOod, Given under. my: hand and official 1 J. A. Chaffin, W. B. Wright,C.'F. don't remember to have even seen or jI j -
norses, comfortable vehicles. Call on! seal this 6'.day of June A.: D., 1906. Marsh. H. L. Covington. F. F. Bing- heard of one. Mr. Price is out with I
or address J.' C. Sinclair Chipley, Fla. LEE DANTELL, ham, Rix M. Robinson R. M. Cary A. a condition report of 74 against his figures Pensacola Improvement Bonds.
1'elephone No 74. 28apr Notary Public., Greenhut. H. G. DeSilva Scarritt Moreno of 77.4 last month,. a decline of 3.4 City of

:My commission- expires Oct.. 17, 1907.. F. W. Marsh, C. Gunter amore: for the month. His correspondents each. Dated January 1st, 1906J Maturing: January
POR SALE-Economize by purchasing -- A. V. Clubbs, Wm. H. Knowles, O. L evidently have not. taken condition nomination 1936. Bideemable an. 1st, 192 6. Interest Payable S .A.nnuallY.
choicest of lots on East Hill at Bass J. W. Bullard. C. C.Goodman, powders., 1st, -
$"OO per lot no present need of paying 1! NOTICED HEREBY ,GIVEN thai, A. IX Morrison 'A. M..l\IcMiUan. L. S. The deterioration in South Texas WE OFFER FOR SALE THESE BON DS SUBJECT T9 PRIOR! SALE, IN

U'JO per lot and ?750 for a 30 foot, wet the undersigned:, ..will on the 16th. Brown, J. S. Reese, Lee DanieH, T; A. has been much, more than offset by AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER.!; .
Strip of barren sand. Three beaut:.'"day of July-iaQ6t applYlto, .the Governor Jennings, M. E. Clark J. Wl urton, the improvement shown In other partsof I

ful sites of five lots each at $1500 for of the State-of Florida at Tall- Geo. W. Johnson F. Marston and Ed :that state. Taking the crop as a Bank of Pensacola
each quarter block not over 100 yds.j|I hassee. for' letterk patent: Incorporating The Peoples
; I Gale, Quina J. R. Saunders and'C. E. whole there has been little if any complaint ,
from electric car line. A. V. Clubb&.Jn and our associates under the .I
us Bennett known to me to be the individuals hence we conclude that the con Fia.
." following charters jo. .lU described' by those names, and dition has appreciated in the last thir- Pensacola
I I ,
We, F. C. BRENT F. E. BRAWJ V executed The market
each acknowledged that they ty days. appears to usa -
FOR SALE For sanitary purposes NER H. H. BOYER J. A. CHAFF1N,. the foregoing Instrument for the uses sale if patiently held and well mar- = ;_- I
we have in stock Ground Hydrated HANNAH. W. B. WRIGHT C. SERVICE
W. J. : and purposes therein set forth. gined. -- - : THROUGHVIA
Tennessee Lime in :'I COVINGTON. RIX :
strong paper bags 'F. MARSH Hr L. Given under hand and official '
*\}' ibs. at 25 cents at ware house. A!iM. ROBINSON", F. F. BjNGHAM, R,,. seal this 11 day my of June A. D.,. 1906. Dr. Chas. A. Green representing A. ftfir* CAEt-1" ::: -1 .- CD. :, oa..y"0',. L.&N.E.&T.H.andC.&E..L,
Clubbs H. G. Dfr
corner Gregory'and Alcagjune;1M. CARY. GREENHUT, PATTILLO OAJMPBELL, TFholeule and RetaIl Deaieis : ; tlbul8d TbrGvh-TriIne Billy
K. Hawks, of Atlanta Is jn the
1I'* MORENO. F. W,, city. ; 2 2
ARRITT
SILVA. S \ NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO
: __ Notary Public. If in need of glasses call on him atHooton's Domestic Anthracite f\ I ,
1 l MARSH a GUNTER iEiL IORE.A. V. My commission expires Dee,, 14, 1907. Steam( 01A' I THROUGH SLEEPERS MO DAY COACHES
FOR SALE-Herd: fine Jersey dairy:[I CLUBBS WM. HKNOVL.0.. L: Pharmacy. and Blacksmith W L. HEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO -
cows with well established : BULLARD. Cl C. GOOD .. DINING CARS SERViMQ AU. MEALS CH ROUTE
milk BASS J. W_ 43 South Palafox street Telephone 93.
: THE O. R. C. PICNIC omce-No. t D.IL BIUAAN.o.P.A.. S.L EOOEIS.Ow.At
route. No competition. Cows and MAN: GEO "W, JOHNSTON. A. D REMEMBER THE 0. R. C. PICNIC REMEMBER '
.
business first class condition.' Apply MORRISON. A' MoMlLLAN.. L. S, ON JUNE 28. AND PREPARED' ON JUNE 28 AND BE PREPAREDTO Yard corner Tarragona and v.mBimaammKmsmr. Gonzales ttreets..mx ttmfTmfm Phj>aes aam-BmuiaJmmtu 6 and 37? [ tvmavuj ma --.a. TIm&
-- : = : : : i<':: -
8. A. Taylor, Century Fla. Sjunelm BROWN,J. S. REES LEE DANIELL.I TO ENJOY YOURSELF. JnlStf ENJOY YOURSELF. jn9tf :



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x THE PENSACOLA_ .JOURNAL- THURSDAY MORNING. ,JUNE 28, 1906
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"t:':, ""JIll- liMrn oVEMENT[ NEW ORLEANS[ N


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Accustomed
UY Been
oIi live
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IN WEATHER[ [n QUARANTINESTATION [


Ii To Part With Five Dollars


f I *-.
''i SERVICE[ [ T I-p'

: For a derby, we want to.invite. your earnest attention to

r TO GET- THE GENUINE


r A $3.50 STETSON i A Forecast for the Night and Following ; Legislators Made Trip of Inspec t t RED ROCE' GINGER

ALE
I., Day Now Being tion and Saw Working of _

: They're all derby.. can be and. you're i-no a dollar'n a half. Mailed on Cards.. I Institution.The r'' :. : '-- '..:. _. '. .7'.. .. .,. .'--' ." : ::' '-" '.__...... ...,,. """",,

Bettter get a', --- i f&ssi I :

, :: The iqcal office of the weather tion of regular the Quarantine biennial trip station of inspec at the Always look for the, Red Reck Crown Stgpper on

PANAMA bureau .is' now taking advantage of mouth of the river was begun Satur- bottles. That;is your guarantee of quality
: ; ; morn'lrig' o'clock when the ; your
the improved mall carrier _service .in day at 9 ;
this city,by sending out forecasts of steamer] Charles Chamberlain pulledoff assurance-that you get a pure Ginger

the weather for the night and follow from.the wharves at the head. of Ale instead colo
Nothing better and they Canal street and ended at 10 o'c1 ckyesterday'mornin'g IOC i'edpepperheatedQJ so,
; For summer every day wear. ing day on' postal cards.
o
that craft '
they last for Previous to March! 1st.the mail carriers again touched those when wharves at' the water fay TD ROCK and y .,yo

years. in this city did not deliver mail same spot, says"the. New Orleans l j' say it Al.jIJj.{ I.
between the hours of'7 "a m. and 4 :E. States. III JIACMUCOOOCOATLANTA+
in. At present there is a carrier leaning The quarantine station was'found'tobe On sale in bottjes at.all C/

Six Big Electric Fans Make Our Mammoth the postoffice at 1:15 p. m. and efficiency maintained and at the.'new the highest yellow point fever of etc., and, on draught groceries at ,
delivers -
this. b,the'one hat the forecast -
l I detention; hospital, double screened, 1 soda fountains.
Store The Ideal'Place to Shop ;cards. The forecasts are stamped was seen to 'be a sure and safe retreatnot
,
with rubber logotypes;., a logotype only for; the luckless victim, but ?
outfit having been furnished for the also a safeguard for the entire gulf :
coast. A fever In
case of yellow was
purpose. BSxty-one: merchants are receiving -
this hopI&tal, having been taken from f

THE JOHN WHITE STOREPhone will display the forecasts them for in the this:benefit way and of the the evening steamer of Holstein the 18th.from Dr.Havana Irion has on ."'Trade Supplied by Consolidated Grocery. ; Co., Wholesale Distributors, Pensacola.

the public and their patrons. Merchants sent out an announcement of this case __._u u -=
who the one of a Cuban' sailor to all the health ,,
225 205-207 S. PALAFOX .are not now receiving -"""' >f=-

forecasts this service and free desire uoon them application may obtain to officers by Another.the of trip the fact of southern inspection which was states.'which develoned(does!I l REAL[ t [ESTATE T T[ -- ".PA"" IfTNERSHIP. INSURANCEPROTECTS

'.. the local weather bureau office. Forecasts not add to' the sense of security: BUSINESS INTERESTS.
'by the card system are sent against' yellow fever is the conduct of ,

Marine Grocery Co. along the railroads to'postmasters, going the steamer Clinton, now lying out in 'Finns composed, of": individuals should by all means consider! 'h*
SHIPPING NWS[ north each day as far as Century, the river and which the state board of I T TRANSFERS[ : In this if member
and eastward. to DeFuniak> Springs. | health has refused to allow to enter question of Partnership., Insurance. way one or
604, 605 S. Palafox SL The chief 'of the weather bureau this port The Clinton left Havana the firm.should die, the other.of the firm will be protected from .ns,
I Partnership insurance has been used togreat advantage m
Phone 725. takes advantage of all opportunities with sixteen passengers aboard. She debts. ;
Cleaerd. to extend the weather service. In first landed at Key Wrest and left one Following is a list of the real estate' Pensacola. We. 'wlll. be glad to, talk over ,this matter with firms interested -
V. J. VIDAL, Manager.We Monviso Ifal ss, Revello, 2736, for his annual report recently issued, he i passenger. Then. she landed at Tampa transfers. recorded yesterday, reported -; : I i
carry a full line of Imported and Palermo, with 346,000 s ft sawn timber states that 2,158 points were reached: i and left the other fifteen. Dr. '. by the Pensacola.Abstract Co.: i Gen'l
Domestic Groceries and Provisions, 185,000 s ft lumber' 2,003 tons by telegraph and telephone daily with I Irion will report these facts to Surgeon "Pensacolanvestment Co. to B. F. teS iKnowIes Bros. Arts
,\Vii want your paitrona'ae.HU: phosphate rock, 72,301 -ft lumber, forecasts 'at government .expense and'! General Wymari in the hope that Wolfe lots 3 to 10,-both inclusive, blk. I ; Pensacolat .
193,717 s ft lumber. without expense to the governmentOn : I j some action will be taken by that of- 186, New City, ?1000 and other considerations .
Louisianian, Br ss, Wood, '2385, for June 30th, 1905( there were 77,774'I ficial of the federal 'government which I -Si!!
Liverpool, with 278,000( s ff lumber, postoffices receiving the daily fore- will prevent other Cuban passengers; J. H.. Sherril to B. F. Wolfe, lots 7,1 i cI
l,".OO.OOO s ft sawn timber. casts by' mail, 75,602 ""by rural free delivery from being landed on the Florida coast 8, 9', 10, block 117, New City Tract,I -
Spero Nor bk: Boswig 622, for Pay- 464,738'by telephone, 2,443.by until sach time as all'danger from yellow $100 and other considerations.Thos. ......'...*+..........+....+.............+...+......
sander, with 435,724 s ft lumber. railroad telegraph and 2,423 by rail- fever has passed.- C. Watson to Joe Howard, lot T : N8AOOU.A.: :
Louio, Ital bktn, Montano, for Buenos road train service. There is only one There.were altogether four ships: i In 24, block 128, E. King Tract, $65. Works
:
,Ayres, with 1,305,000,8 ft sawn rural free delivery from the Pensa--: quarantine when the visitors arrived. Aubrey Maura and Henry M. Yongeto Iron and Supply Co. \
timber. cola postoffice at present and the fore- These were the Sallust, from Rio de D. Hale'Wilson, block 277, New City t '
noon forecasts cannot be sent but by; Janeiro, with a cargo of coffee; the $100( and other considerations. Manufacturers' and Repairers of MACHINERY 'AND BOILERS, 1
VESSELS INPORT. this carrier as he leaves at 7 o'clockin City of Mexico, from Tampico, and I -J. .J.. Hooton to Frank Sigari, lots FORGINGS, MILL AND! STEAMSHIP'SUPPLIES.. .- STEAMSHIP i
Steamships.Bumby the morning. the'Clinton and Holstein, from Ha- 19 and.20 inblock: 185, New City Trt, : REPAIRS. A ;[SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all orders *
That mean good. luck,. but it don't Br ss, Thomas, 2361, Gal- It is expected that"arrangements/ vana. The Sallust had-just come from $100 nand other considerations.: *' day or night'Agents for:James McKay & Co.'s celebrated log and 1
require good'*ick to buy good clothingand veston to the W.:S. Keyser Co. will be perfected the Rio! de Janeiro. The 1.lip'was under- L. H. Moore trustee, to Mrs. Ella A.I I ? Timber Dogs,.also chains' all descriptions. Office phone 123. Resi *
furnishings, but Csrea, Ital ss.l>Talarinl4 2791 New forecast cards on to all place street cars daily for going fumigatiqn. ,Dr-: Thomas stated Reed, lot 5, block 78, 40 ft front on!!, 5 deuce phone 1029. P. 0. Boi'123': : PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. I d
York to Gulf Transit Co. the benefit of the suburban people. that it would require..450 pounds of Jacl on' by depth of 137 ft, $300.I, ooOeooosseoaopeeoooaeo as /.eeos..oooooooooQOee+Mei
Good Common SenseShow Dora Baltea. Ital ss;. Figari 2601, j sulphur. Four ships. n be fumigatedin L. H. Moore trustee, to S. F. Mc-1 i i .
your. good sense by callin'g on Genoa, to Gulf Transit Co. BIG.CARGO OF CEMENT a day. Adams, lot 6, block 73, 40 ft front on
me for :your Summer Outfit,.Suit, Hat,I E. O. Saltmarsh, Br ss, Rogers,2319 ARRIVES ON GERMAN SHIP Not only is every inch of the craft Jackson -St by a depth of 137% ft., ANNUAL DIVIDENDScannot
Shoes, Hosiery and Underwear and I Liverpool to Gulf Transit Co. subjected to the sulphur treatment t 9',I i
you will have the good luck to.get the I Eariswood, Br. s., Fayn 1840, Pt The German ship'Gesine, which arrived -kill any mosquitoes that m'ght possibly 1 j be, lost and they be used to
best: 'goods.: as. well as: tho nobbiest: ingUs: to J. A. Merritt & Co. in. port yesterday .from .Ham be lingering there,c' but all thi; $300.BASEBALL may
and neatest at the least money. Federica, Aust. ss, zar, -2201, New burg, brought over a big cargo of.cement I members' of the crew are oblfged to re I reduce the each if the insured
And don't forget I carry a full line Orleans, to Gulf Transit Company. i havin'g on board' 6,780 barrels. move every stitch of their wearing ; premiums year
of Boys' Clothing, Shoes,.Hosiery and Huttonwood Br. ss, White,2533 SL The will be apparel and this with the '
cargo discharged at the bedding an i
"
Gulf Transit Co. I so chooses A }life Endowment .with
Hats. Vincent to Louisville and ..Nashville wharf, com- all cloth articles! is placed in the huge .;I or Policy
Beginning' June 20, to July 1, I Louisianan, Br ss, Wood, 2385, New mencing this morning if possible. fumigating' boilers and held there .foan r American League.Washington I I[
to W. S. Keyser Co. annual dividends in the 'Union Central Life
Orleanes the
10 PER CENT DISCOUNTon The vessel had an unlucky passage.' haUl at a temperature of strength 0, Philadelphia a.t .
all Clothing for ,cash. Magician, Br ES, Raby, 3271, Liver. Shortly after leaving Hamburg she adequate to kill any germ that might New;'York-6; Boston 5.
Yours for good goods, pool to A. A. Brown & Co. went aground qn a reef, and to float.I possibly be carried jn the garments.. Detroit '5; Cleveland 3. ,? is. the. most:! satisfactory* -
Marian Br ss, Hogg, 1218, Newport her it was necessary to lighter the I The clothing that is thus treated is i iSt.. Louis 0: Chicago 3.
.
News to Pensacola Lumber Co. cargo. She then put back into Hamburg hung on a series: of racks that extend ; B..S WILLIAMS General Agent.
Monviso, Ital ss, Revello, 2774, New ,
JOS. COLEMAt for repairs, where, the cargo was the entire length of the boilers. After National League.
Orleans to Gulf Transit. Co. again loaded and she came on to, the fumfgation, the door at the head I Boston 4;New York 6. Thiesen Building. Phone 608rwvvVVVVVVVVVVVVV
Parkwood, Br ss, Hubbard, 1102, .
Pensacola. of the boiler is pulled open, the racks: Philadelphia' '0. Brooklyn 10.' ,
Pensacola Lumber
Cardiff to Co. -
are drawn out full length and Cincinnati 1 ; 3. --
the
212 S.Phone Palafox 727.BOSSO'S. St. Westland Cruz to F.Br O. 5S Howe, Granger; 2001, Vera of the steamer are permitted topict men :. ;.Pittsburg- ............ .........v........AW W* WAVAViA
out their own belongings. It was i ... Southern League. .I! <
. .
-- Ships. IE THE STOMACHIS amusing to note the,expression on the i Atlanta 0'Montgomery. 3, first game.! "EVERYTHING IN HOUSEBUILDING \
faces of some of the Sallust's! crewwhen Atlanta' 2; Montgomery 4, second. ,:
Harvest Queen, Brit' ship, Forsyth, . .
they grabbed their: -
WEAK clothing from I game; FROM
Rio Jsniero to order. I FOUNDATION "
the racks. TO ROOF.
They were not so sure BirminghamNashville 0, first
Nord stj ernnen. Nor ship, 1,635. there is no medicine before the public I, that the fumigation . .
business
nol t
Ice Cream Factorycan Iraksen' La Guayra to W. S. Keyser will do you as much good as .Hos- all a ruse, and that fact was : game.Birmingham 4 Nashville I Phone 11k
& Co.. tetter's Stomach Bitters. Thousands>1,!, ments to be, in their gar . 3, second H. G. DeSILVA & CO-

furnish you cream In De®ori Gio Barks.Botto, Ital bk, 1294, have past 53 testified to Therefore this fact,durin'g the'II} does seem were as though destroyed there is, for little 11 t i; game.'Shreveport'l-Memphis 3, first game.Shreveport4 .I.v.................. ............W...,................." V..................................A........ ............. 'W'......."VA.A...A...A...AAA&AA................V
any quantity. Satisfaction years. we. urge i chance for recovery of a garment once i 'Memphis 7, second ,
Rossasco Bros.
Genoa,
to you to get a bottle ofHostetter's it is into -
guaranteed.. sent. these big cookers. When game. '
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King Malcolm, It bk Gufi 1233, Ge-
PHONE 1326 r.oa to Huges & Co. the members of the crew took hold oi f r Little Rock.. ., New Orleans 3. MILL MEN WANTED
SAM BOSSO. Prop. Luisa, ItaL bk. 1591. )Montano, from their clothes, and -found them to bas e! -
t NoHpth to master. Stomach Bittersat dry, if not drier, than they were! South1 'Atlantic League.
when they were taken ol f r Columbia 'Jacksonville 0.IS'avannah'Macoii To Buy:Their From
Monrovia, Nor bk..1U9;Aase, Hamburg :: once. It will make the stomach I possession Supplies
to order. strong and healthy and cure Indiges.. by the fumigating brigade, they were i rain. _
I Port Sonoclan,' Uruguay bk, 1112, seen to smile, and some offered thank; Augusta ly Charleston16.G. "
tion, (Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Bilious* at being . . PENSAQOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY
Ferres, Mentevideo to German American ness, Heartburn, Headache and Poor, returned their garments.
Grace I
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< Lbr. Co. These boilers were installed only zfew'years L .. B. Burnhahs Testifies After Four 502 S. Bayfen- St. Phone 570.
Spero Nor; bk, 623, Bostig, Las. ago. .They have been adopted Years. Repairs-Remtadeling-Installing
by the English government and bother Light Plants Anywhere.
Palmas. y G.tn. Burhans.. of Carlisle Center,
Sterling,. Nor bk, Ellepsen! Lab'.ta: governments. machine Is:s I writes "About. four 1
N. Y., : years
Dash Bay. to'order. Appetite.RED employed in fumigating the ships. a'go I wrote TOU stating that I had NoNONN o1'soNN' .!lN1ooN1.+.........A.......N.
Schooners. This work is accomplished with won-
been nUrely' cured of a severe kid
I Donna ChrIstina Am sCh McLeod. derful facility, and if a mosquito sur. trouble by taking less than two
165, Belize. vives, he must be a petrified: one. ney
of Foley's Kidney Cure. It
bottles .
I 13izabeth< T Doyle, Am cph: flrnnch. entirely stopped the brick dust sediment .The ..Red Hot Kitchen i i'Jia
6.u- ord- A. K. HAWKES'
Distinction I er! Near York to, REPRESENTATIVEIS and pain and symptoms of kidney
Frances T. Tunnell, Am sch. .Tun- !IN: PENSACOLA disease .disappeared.-: I am glad
nell 1239.Philadelphia to order. that I have never-had a return for, i
to say no terrors the stove do
; ? woman using a gas to
Marrow/N. Cobb; Am sch, Saunders, Elsewhere in today's paper appears
; of those symptoms 'during the
HEART the of any hericoolcing; ; !It is always ready, and the heat is kepi' t
Havana master. of Hooton's Phar-
it what will 260, announcement that have elapsed and I am i .at
Call you four years the place where it is.intended-right.under or around .
Barkentine. macy to the effect that Dr. CharlesA.
there is a certain some- ft evidently cured to stay cured and t e articles to be coked.
thing about our suits for Hubert Fuller Am barkentine, 679. Green is in the city representingA. heartily recommend Foley's Kidney }: r i
Nash Port of Tampa to C. W. Oli .K Hawkes, of Atlanta. Nearly
I suffering from kid-
from one
men that is different Cure to any
the ordinary kind usually ver. H iOc every! one knows something of the [ ney;or bladder trouble.. For sale by | We Want jfhe Ladies ? :
seen. Men in all walksof Brig. high quality of Hawkes' eye glasses W. A;: lyAlemberte, druggist and 1
'Jennie Hurlbert, Am brig, Wright, and the mere announcement that their Z I Of"Pensacola[ .
life-can easily be fitted apothecary. who have had
not yet put in a stove, f
J.A... Merritt & Co. Is gas t
here in these suits of 418, Havana_ to representative here carries with it I < calL,and examine them at our office. .*
some significance and doubt the I
whatever fabric and color How to Break Up a Cold. j many who have been waiting no for his II I .Dr. Chas. A. Green, representing A i
he may desire, tdgether Bottle BeerMore I K. Hawks, of Atlanta, is' in the city. Pensacola
'shoes It may be a surprise to many to arrival will avail themselves of same. Gas 'Company
with hats, and. :
furnishings of the same learn that a severe cold can be completely The Hooton's Pharmacy is the local If in need of ,glasses call on him aHooton's < .
I broken' up'' in one ,at two day agent for Hawkes' goods. Pharmacy. 1
high! degree of quality. 'time. The first symptoms of a coil] .. ; Phone,148.. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. :

Suit and extent prices begin in easy at $6.50 ad. I I are a, 'dry loud cough, a _profusewatery CATHOLICS GRANTED ...o........,.....,..........................00ooo11iIt'i
vances up to $18 and {20. discharge from the nose and sold tHan all PAPAL DISPENSATION THE -
j I a thin, whiter"coating" on the tongue. An official notice has been received
r Straw hats 'of characterfor ;1 When! Chamberlain's cough remedy Is other JOc ,Beers the from the Apostolic Delegate at Wash-
75c, $f and $1.50. Stetson on
softs and stiffs at taken every' hour on the first appear ington, Mgr. D. ,Thl onio. that the 8104'of
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shirts at ance of these symptoms it counter. Holy Father, Pope Plus X, dispensesthe
$3.50. Summer ;I acts the effect of the cold and restores market. ; Catholics of the United States
75 cents and a dollar that the system! 'to a healthy condition i from the obligation of abstinence on today i is exemplified I
are really worth fifty within two For sale all 10'tO you. do U'you are a victim
day
a or by Friday, 29th inst., the feast of the ,
Very pleasant taste .
cents more. Underwearthat of nia1azia; j
dru'ggists.. Apostles, Sts. Peter and Paul. -In 'the Qualities of the -

fort for spells 23 personal and 50. centsa com Will- not make i 'Headache Remedy.BROMOVIN. Dart.Do It. It's Dangerous

garment $10.0 REWA RD you THE ORIGINAL. We'll admit It will core malaria but It leaves
:' Foley & Co., Chicago, originated almost deadly after effects
A reward of $100 will be given for Bilious. Honey and Tar as a throat and lung "
the capture of Jaqe Haney, escaped remedy, and on account of the great !I
from '(onvlct camp;; 'Description[ : 5 merits and popularity of Foley's Quick, Certain Agree- -7 H'ERBINE1
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O. ANSON feet 7 inches; 130 pounds medium The Honey and Tar many imitations are .able and Harmless.
H. build; age 21 hair; Carriage erect; brown : offered, for the ;genuine similar These J3 purely; vegetable and absolutely guaranteed 11 1 I
black ; complexion black imitations have
eyes ; worthless
For Sale by to core malaria, .sick headache, Ulioosneas,
medium forehead; medium ears; round sounding names. Beware of them. and 11 stomach kidney and liver complaints i:
CASH CLOTHIER,. nose; medium mouth: good teeth; i The genuine Fo'ey's: Honey and Tar White's PharmacyPALAFOX t i
o round chin; short neck; square shpul- Lewis Be.af'C Is in a yellow package. Ask for it JET IT TODAT..

Corner Palafoi and Main ders; length of feet 10 Inches; vaccination and refuse-Jiny substitute* It is the STREET. 50_Costs. a Bottle. All Druggists.I +
scar on left arm. best remedy for coughs and colds.W. Manufactured by
r I YARN BROTHERS CAMP, A. D'Alemberte, druggist and .G.. VAN ANTWERP & SON. I .

Cantonment Agents. apothecary. \ Mobile Ala. ALL DSA'LERS.; ,

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