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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 29, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Won Freshman Eights and MASTEROF BARK K Prisoner- iRemandedj 1iI The Tombs. ,CENSUS RETURNS FROM Ordered to Again Furnish Water


'Varsity Fours and Harvard INCIDENTSaid [ Without BaiKWiil Enter ;', to Residences from Which


the 'Varsity Eights. Plea Today. COUNTY OF ESCAMBIA,, Supply Was Cut Off.

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IMMENSE CROWDS President Had Endorsed Action WAS UNCONCERNED\ To Population, for County Given' as 32,- BILLS INCORRECT



SEA[ by Appointing Barnes t 1._ ....':. 388. -Population of City r of -


[ironed{ Observation Trains and Postmaster. Murderer Appeared [least Inter- .' 'J- : -. Pensacola 21,505. I\ Petitioners Claim Co. Charged

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Captain Falk Places Noose Around Public Building Bill Consumed ; Special to The Journal. Tha figures shi>w the Increase in I I ,

CONTESTS WERE-. CLOSE AND EXCITING Neck, Handcuffs Himself and Much'Time of Senate. .' THAW! DECLINED i TO ANSWER census Tallahassee returns from Fla., Escambla June 28.-The Coun the county outsIde of the city to be M. P.! PALMES ALLEGES THAT
312 the increase i in the city of Pen I]
ty give the figures'as follows:
ESPECIALLY THE 'VAR QUESTIONS' BEARING ON COMPANY AGREED TO FURNISH
Jumps from Chair, -- Population for the county: Whites sacola 3,762 total!; increase 4074. !

SITY EIGHT OARED RACE, IN NUMBER OF CHANGES MADE IN MURDER-BODY OiF WHIT 18,213, negroes 14,171, Chinese 4, total l The increase in1 the county outsideof WATER AT 30 CENTS PER 1000FET

1 32.388., the city: is three per cent The I -
WHICH BOTH CREWS FOUGHT When the German bark Gesine BILL MAKING APPROPRIATIONFOR BURIED ON LONG ISLAND- City of Pensacola: Whites 10,789, increase in Pensacola 21 2-10 per cent BUT RENDERED: BILL IN

from Hamburg with a cargo of cement THAW'S ACT ONLY negroes 10,712 Chinese 4, total 21,- total fourteen ana': four tenths percent I ,
,6TART TO FINISH, HARVARD i came into port yesterday with flags BUILDINGS, WHICH WAS SHORTENED S05., ; I EXCESS I OF THAT AMOUNT-

WINNING BY ONE LENGTH.By at half of mast the, the first mate, in command PASSED AT NGHT SESSION- WHITE'S LIFE TWO YEARS. i M'R. i I AMMie. nrtrvi_ _CV-AA/INR_ .. ....w w.-!M.
ship, reported the death '
by* suicide of Captain Falk who took GENERAL ''DEFICIENCY BILL ;I IliR CASE. -
House in Session Tw
his life"when the vessel had been to Associated Press lvd !
Associated Press sea about' two weeks. The report. was PASSED. By I i ii
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New London Conm,, June 28.-With received with much regret in Pen- -- New York- June 28.-Events followed k i 1i i
perfect weather conditions the twenty. sacola,JI.S the captain was well known close in the Thaw-White: murder 1fours Without .Recess A mandatory injunction was yesterday -

eghth annual regatta-of Harvard' and here among shipping men, havIng case to-day. The- proceedings began < I' granted by Judge Carter in the

Tae! universities was rowed here to made many voyages to the port and By Associated Press vita a coroner's, inquest which consumed .j cii'c4t: court ordering the Pensacola
had commanded the Gesine for'many ""Washington, June 28The.senate: By Associated Press hours without a recess during whlh
dayYale was victorious in the twoznorung years. consumed the greater part of-the day I scarcely half an hour and the Washington, June 28.Interest in I' time many bills !on. the private cal Water:, Company" to at once connect

events, the freshman eights The cause of the rash act, it is stated discussing the public: building, bill and. jury used only three 'minutes in finding the house centered.on: the conference j r endar were passed. The conference its pipes with those of the residence
and varsity four oared races, while was the fact that the master of a verdict declaring that White!! report on the railroad\ rate bill as I of Mi| P. Palmes on West Strong street
the efforts of senators to secure increased : reports on'the railroad rate and agri-
Harvard captured the 'Varsity eights the ship became despondent over the was killed by a gunshot wound in-j agreed on includes the McLannn and !Mrs: Annie \. Dooley on WestGovernment

this afternoon, after a struggle which vessel going aground on a reef in allotments for the 'public flicted by Thaw. The presentation to'I i cultural bills, but, both were considered '- commodity amendment changingthe I; street, and to supply those

only ended at the finish line. Im March and als over some money mat-. buildings. of their states were unsuccessful. -' 'I:. and adopted under the blanket application frpm C9mmon carriersto residences'
mense crowds thronged the observation ters and accounts of the ship.' .' the grand jury followed]] without delay rule permitting consideration of them railroad companies. The pass with water which had beenshut

trains and pan'es! in other conveyances The Gesine sailed out-of Hamburgin and1 by early afternoon an !indictment without baing printed in the record. agreement is based. on a provision of off by the company a few daya

lined the course on land March A partial conference report was was found 'charging Thaw with The house was in session twelve the senate bill. ago pecause, it is alleged there was
tod water. but when thirteen days at I made on the agricultural bill and another -, murder in the first' degree. The .. 1. .. H'.___ __ ...._
sea she.went on a reef and in orderto a dispute over me seu.emem ut mebills.
I conference was ordered on the prisoner was sent back to the Tombs I ;
Following is a of the '
summary float her it was necessary unload .!
meat There without bail and arrangements will
inspection provision. was
races: part of the cargo, and she put back be' for him to in-Standard Oil InvestigationWill his ,
Freshman eighths, two miles up- into some discuss'on of the conference report made plead to the Mrl Palmes through attorneys
Hamburg for repars'and! to re.
rtream, won by Yale, time 10:39: 2-5 load. There the owners, it is stated, : on the pure food bill, but the disposition dictment to-morrow. Avery & Avery, filed his petition yesterday .

Harvard 10:41. Close contest became cognizant of an alleged short seemed to be to postpone:till Through the entire proceedingiThaw Be Pushed by AttorneysStandard morning praying that the court
least
appeared the interested
throughout each crew leading more age in the accounts of the master and tomorrow. The conference report on the ordeij the company to again connect .
than the contest. Lake Erie and Ohio river ship canal person In the criminal ;;,court building. ,
once during
while there was a difference between H 'Varsity four oared two miles tip them was accepted without debate. i Associated Press. Oil affair. It is said that the
he took the, ship out when she wholly unconcerned. By and to supply him with water of whichhe
steam, won by Yale by more than Senator Tillman found an opportunity of the
anti-trust phase question was
was ready for sea. Washington June 28.-A conference .
Mrs. Thaw taken been
was before the had suddenly deprived.In
to make his deferred
eight lon'g
lengths. Time Yale, 11:45, ; under investigation and that no conclusion
Harvard 12:21.: He was despondent from the day she speech on the ejection in March of grand jury but it is, understood she was held at, the White House. had yet been arrived at The his petition he recited that some
sailed and grew more morose as thevoya'ge declIne to answer questions! since his home was connected,
'Varsity eights four miles downstream Mrs. Minor Morris from the any this afternoon which was participated special attorney's understand that years
progressed., Finally when, beaming on the murder and no -I If with "the mains of the water company;, i
presj
White House. He reiterated
won by Harvard. Time Harvard in by the president, Attorney Gen- the department of justice wants Immediate -
about .
out two'y.'eeks he"suicided. j was used to force her to I installed and the .
sure testify. that a meter was ,
% the charge that "she had been
1:02. Yale 23:11. counsel action and have to their
: Both crews This he .eral Moody and special connected gone
accomplished by first '
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The of him
body Stanford White'was. agreed: to furnish with.
j company
fought from start to finish and onlyin curely treated outrageously and said! with investigation ofular homes to push mt ers. '
fastening his c.b1ndoor, buried to-day at SU James, Ing I water the rate of 30 cents perluuaauu
the last eight of a mile did. Har which he committed the deed. Then I the'president had endorsed the action I Island. 2 .....,.__.I:at_-5.e JI"'I.'ft _..._ A __ ...U1 ....... A
yard get 'a substantial lead by appointing Barnes postmaster at I JctAU' nag:: uuue; uuiu 4'
winning (l
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placing 'a rope around his neck and "- *,. "Stanford White's ltf!'.was1.shortened' cently, when a bill was tendered him
ly little f J..
a more than one length. [Washington-- _
Noyes of the Yale crew fainted."af- attaching-, othejpjend to a joist rJ]t r-rA. ight.iSesjB'on: wasb.eld t6* consider Iruyj o years aL the-most' by Thaw's PICNIC OF THE 0. R. C :. which was in orrect and far in excels

ter the race- and efforts to revive him rafter; he climbed upon a chair andi) ;; the'general' deficiency bill. :act: en, Monday night in the opinion of the' price agreed upon and furthermore

\\ere: unsuccessful for time. leaped off, first securely locking hiSI f of the physicians. performing the f much higher than allowed by
a long
hands tosether-- u with--- a_ r--tvalr' Af__ -:-__ CHANGESINOMNIBUS' ', autopsy to-day which shows 'that the charter ranted the company br:
cuffs which he had taken with' him into ,' PUBLIC White suffered from Brlpht' disease AN IMMENSE SUCCESS the city council On June 26th an-
BUILDING BILL
the cabin,.and which made-it impossible :-3 : incipient ,tubercu'osis! and fatty de. other bill for the same amount wai ,

for him to assist himself! shouldhe generation of the liver. I tendered.____n__ him.___. and n__ across_.U ___ its_ _face_ \Yd
TEMPERATURE[ T E I Il ISSLOLY in death agonies endeavor to un- Washington, June 28.-The senate I I written a notice that unless same was
committee on public buildings today
fasten the from around his within hours the
rope neckor reported changes'in the omnibus ImbUe Large Crowds Were Present Our settled twenty-four:
assist himself.. water supply would be shut off. Petitioner :
He was found cold and stiff In:death building, bill of the house New ing the Afternoon and at ANTI-PILOTABE[ T [ \ states that he was absent
items Included Fernandina $700,000; STRIKE[ SPREAD P E n
by some of the crew several hours from home at the time and when he

l l r later, and'was buried at sea. Dalton Reductions and Wjaycross from the,liouae Ga.:$7,500 bill each.were Night to Enjoy Event. returned he found his family deprived

of water, as the company had car
Greenville, S. C. from $80.000.to
$75-
SANDERS WILL 000; Albany, Ga. $125,000 to 100000. LIVELY VOTING CONTESTS AND llll'N THE T [ pipes ried out its threat and disconnected Us

: Increases the bill for Marietta 'TO COTTON I
over PRIZE DANCES: -; ON. SCOTT M. He alleges that he visited the officeof
Ga. $5000 to $50,000; Gainesville Ga.
'SING' ARRIVE LOFTIN DELIVERED ADDRESS the company and offered to settle at
TODAYHAVING $45,000 to $50,600 Griffin Ga.
$5,000
; the rate agreed upon, but this settle.
to $7..600() and Newnan Ga. the same AND CONDUCTOR' MEAD WILSON
refused.
ment
was
increase. THANKED THE PATRONS. HOUSE[ Judge Carter, after reading the petition
T TRUCKERSOn K[ -
IN HIS CUSTODY P. J. TWO IMPORTANT granted the injunction and allorder
Yesterday It Reached 89 BILLS The annual picnic of Alfred Beck -- directed to the company was
Degrees, HOLLISTER, WANTED HERE I PASSED. BY THE SENATE division of the Order of Railway Conductors issued ordering it to connect its pipes

which was given at Magnolia Makes Able Presentation with those of the residence of Mr. '
Which Was Two FOR Washington, June 28.-The senate Sparkman
Degrees Hot- PASSING CHECKS.. Bluff yesterday afternoon and last Palmes at once and to furnish hint

i tonight passed the general deficiency L. & N. Wharves and t this Has night was a merited success. The of and Is Heart- with water. The. case will come up
ter Than Last Year.The and public (building bills. !Both house I Dispute
I weather was pleasant,. the pro-, later upon another hearing to make
Deputy Sheriff Frank Sanders who I back and senate to conference.sent the pure food bill Stopped Cotton ScrewmenMa gram interesting, and everything. ily Applauded. the order permanent.' I

temperature is slowly rising in went to New, Orleans Tuesday; night,' combined with the good managementof A Similar Case.In .
will arrive home' this morning having the conductors made of the, 1906 similar
Pen acola and as June nears an end y Vessels Jdle. the afternoon a case was
it grows warmer. Yesterday it lacked in his custody P. J. Hollister, the BRYAN ENDORSEDIN event one that will ;iot sjoon be forgotten '; Special To 'The Journal. brought before the court It was

only three degrees of being one of the I!j plumber who is wanted 'for passing by those who'attended: ; Washington Jaue 28.-Representa- wherein Mrs. Annie A. 'Dooley, resid.

hottest days of the year, and as it I acme worthless checks'on saloon men Every train leaving the'' city, and tive Sparkman of- Florida, made a ling on West Government,.had been deprived
was, stands two, degrees hotter than'' and others. A wire was received WISCONSINREADING The strike of the common laborerson f I they departed at every hour, was well speech in the house ths: evening of water for her home by the

on the same date last year. j l fiom him yesterday stating that he the Louisville and Nashville; filled and those that left after 6 against the bill abolishing pilotage company disconnecting the pipes. She

The official records of the weather would leave New Orleans Thurs lay wharves Wsdnesflvy, yesterday spread;!I o'clock 'were packed. {Magnolia Bluffis I which is regarded; as the best presentation petitioned tbe court through her attorney

tureau yesterday showed the maximum !- night and would arrive home Frilly to the1 cotton truckers and warehousemen I one of the prettiest 'Picnic groundsi I of the dispute yet made in con Jno. P. Stokes to grant an InJunction -
OF RESOLUTION OF EN- and as the cotton screwmen at it
temperature to Ibe 89 degrees at morning. ?. i lin the south and on this occasion I gress. It was evifient that he had the compelling the company to

10:30 a. m., and the minimum 77 desrees Mr. Sanders has evidently received ..DORSEMENT! CAUSED TREMENDOUS '. work in the ships compelled could get no to cotton: held one ef the largest' crowds ever to sympathy of the house with him and connect the pipes and to supply her

at 5:30: ( o'clock Last requisition papers for bringing Hol- % they too' were cease gather there. It was estimated that, he told many plain truths in cogent home with water. In this case it was
a. m.
oa the same date the maximum year was', lister back to Florida, or' ne would : APPLAUSE. work, and as a result some three or I between 1,800 and ;2,000 people attended form. He-was Interrupted by Mr.I a dispute over a bill for water and
vessels idle this
87 degrees !jiiot have wired that he would leave four are so far as the event. Wuchter of Maryland, who was sorry the petit'oner alleges that she offered
and the minimum 74 degrees
wth! a rainfall of .29 of an inch.I New Orleans. Before departing he class The of laborers work is all concerned.demand an increase -I The interest in the afternoon cen-I when Mr. Sparkman got through with I payment according to the amount
made application1 for in the races between the young the Florida -
Weather requisition tered him. The house applauded heretofore charged but this was refused -
Observer Reed in his daiiy 1' papers, and yesterday a wire was received By Associated Press ':. in wages from $1.50 to. $2.00 I girls and boys' the winners of which representative' success in demolishing This petition was also grantel.Recorder's .
summary said Milwaukee June 28.-When
yesterday : a resolution The l is willing to
per day. company Tile voting -
stating that :thes had been presented wltff prizes. Wachter and 'showed that if
were
I I
,
The great western depression has endorsing W J.-Bryan was read compromise by giving them $1.75
moved granted and forwarded to him iu 11 per contests also. attracted: a 'great deal the bill came to a! vote now it wouldbe Court.
slowly eastward; it is central! New Orleans. in the democratic"'convention !today day, but this has been refused. of attention. Votes were cast for the knocked underj Recorder Laney had twelve
cases
ibis morning on the northern slope of caused tremendous applause. The I vpral hundred nf the. men work- I
Hollister has aataitted to detectives n-in :t nnnntJlI".._..____ f onduetor.. the most pop-I en the municipal court docket before
tures the Rocky: Mountains and .tempera, in New Orleans that he passed the platform adopted favors tariff revision -ling in-i loading phosphate' rock, kainit,! vw. flagmad,-engineer---- fireman etc.,I I STEAMER LOUlilANIAN GAVE him yesterday morning for trial. 01 ..
(n the Dakotas are much higher: strict enforcement of the laws and who are known as the common -
worthless ) the contests
of.
checks 'but claims that he and the rivalry in some BOND AND SAILS this number two cares tont'nuel .
Ugh! $6ooq were
scattered showers and thunderstorms -! was regarding: trusts,,favors an income tax laborers first mae the demand Villar had I .',
drinking.at Alberta
the time .and did -iot, t was lively. Miss and two defendants discharged. Fin
have occurred from the north and freedom for the Filipinos. I and walked out. Yesterday they
.
. Pacific know what he was doing. no opposition as' the most popular The steamer Loiiisianian! which was:: imposed amounted to $32.
coast eastward to Michigan followed bYthe cotton truckers,
There were young lady present, and. was declared, libeled a few days since by Henry ,
were numerous local showers and the warehouse men whisji completely '
and : NEGRO TO HANGSEPTEMBER the winner. Graves, for 5,000, for injuries received New Suit Filed. .:
thunderstorms all the work '
Florida, Wednesday in TWO DROWNED ,IN ties up being In the evening the dancing pavil on' while loading Umber on the ship, The following new suit was filet 1
eastern Texas in done at the wharf except tha loadingof
the Louisiana was crowded, both with spectators and yesterday save bond and proceeded to yesterday in the office of the clerk of
and southern portions of :Mississippi: SOUTH CAROLINABy 14 lumber, as the cotton in screwmen participants/and from among the large sea. the circuit court: H. H. Jeannettevs.H. t
Georgia the
working
and in had to cease ships
in east Tennessee; number the judges 'selected the best The amount of bond required of the O. Anson bill for injunction; Geo.T. .
some on account of no
heavy. AH localities the showers were I I yesterday morning delivered to them. lady and, gentleman dancer. vessel was $6,000.' The case will now Morgan, attorney for petitioner. "
cotton being
area of high barometric I Hon. Scott M. Loftin in the absenceof be Heard in the ]pnited States courtat
Pressure with clear weather prevails Associated Press By Associated Press There are now a number of steamers Avery who was j
Campbell
J. term.
this morning' over the states south of Columbia '8". C., June 28.-Beatrice Gaffney S..C., June 28.-Ed. Rainey at the two wharves waiting for"I Hon. addressed the audiecne delivered its next EXPENSES OFPROPHET
the Ohio! Stearns: of Knoxvllle Tenn. and Marion sentence and are idle _except those'' to have I j
and east of the Mississippi a negro on whom death was cargoes, annual address and did so in
river, indicating generally fair Tveathr Co!, of Johnston, S. C, were passed to-day for criminal assault gn taking on lumber and it l is probable( the although, unpreparedfor -'Wbn by Earl Hoffman 1 and Helen

r with fght to fresh east to southeast: drowned this afternoon :while bathingin a thirteen-year-old negro girl, is t\e that they wjll remain so until the! such the a manner occasion. as to merit the applause -Barnes, prize, pair of shoes each.. DOWIE

Jays for this section tonight and Fri- a pond near' the city. Three other first person to receive the death sent company meets the demands of the,) of the biz' crowd. Prize dance-Miss Daisy L. Welsh 1

women managed to save -themselves., tence in Cherokee county. He will men, who seem determined to have Conductor Mead WIlson presented and G. J. Unger, ;;prizes, parasol and.
hanged September 14. the increase in wages., J
te: various winners, and Panama tatThe
.to the MONEY FROM ZION BANK
the prizes : DREW
that to in .
TROUBLE' OVER THOS KEATON"TR1ANSFERREDTO The men claim work at the conclusion of the days' event3, Judges in tlhis! contest were C. J

'THE COUNTY JAIL TO DINE phosphate ,in the summer is, worth thanked the people: for their patronage F. Schad, H. B. Wright and Conductor AT THE RATE OF $84,000, t
.- ., REFUSED ev'ery cent of 2.00 per cay.and that, and for having made the 1306 Kirby. :
IN Thomas KeatQn, who .has been in they will not return until it is;I Most Popular Conductor-Gerald PER YEAR.

GUATEMALABy / the city jail for several days for WITH PRESIDENTBy promised.. The company was .already! event The a dancing success.which was the concludIng B. McGill, 264 votes; E. H. Kirby, 261; -h
hundred men short In fact ,
safe keeping has' been transferred to several
handsome
feature continued until 12 o.cloc.k.1 prize, a watch charm.
Associated the county jail. where his sanity will efforts: had been made to get men when the last train brought the crowdsto Most Popular ; 'gineer-J. Ha'l 57 By Associated Pr ;a.
Press. and the strike -
had failed coming -
Washington, June shortly be inquired into by a committee. but the city. votes prize, a watch charm Chicago June 28.-E. E. HuwooJ.t .
28.JMinIsteres at this rune has paralyzed businessto
Associated Press.WashIngton
Cotnb I Most Hahn 19 of the Zion City bank testifiedin
cables The Prize' Winners. Pouplar Flagman-F. uer
{from Guatemala the that state he has department informa-I t: Keat n.s hallucination is that he is June 25.-President. some extent on bark the Gesine wharves.which The winners of the various prizes votes; Max de la Rua 14 votes;' prize, the IXme case in the federal( -
,
tIn I about to come. into contact .with :alive Roosevelt had an unusual experience! The German scarf pin. i court to-day that Dowie's accoun J
to follows: : a
the effect that troops are re- when to I would employment to a large j were as
extended give
electric wire and imagines{ no to-day an invitation
I "
.
the bank drawn $
tirtng Into 50 yards boys under 13- Most Popular Fireman West Roberts with was over HI.'J
Salvador from the frontier with, number of in unloading her j Foot race;
sees big balls of fii, Last week:, John Willis of Montana to dine men cargo Dowie had
since 1899. He said
and that Bonifay, prize, pair of shoes. prize a scarf pin.; :37 j
the trouble is considered i shortly before being taken into cus him ,was rejected because Willis dill r of 6,000 barrels of cement, will this; George
over. 50 girls under 13- Most Popular Young Lady-iMiss El- drawn money at the rate of $84,000per .:!j
It is yards
believed but Foe race,
here the troops i tody he jumped from one of the not have 'a dress'suit. He and the! morning commence work will'j i and it that tI1I -:-
are Guatemaaswho went to Salva-i wharves, into the bay, but 'was res president are friends and ranched to use the,sailors on board to unload tile Helen Barnes prize, pair-shoes. berta Villar, prize; a handsome para-! year appeared -
Itci. to overthrow President. Cabrera.t cued- gether. cargo. I I Dance for boys and girls under 12"sol. : money; was for personal expe&M. ,



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stayed too.Ipng in the open air.,

.; Well,wbea food decays the: Bowels, ,. f ';' the farm of a temperance drink.

happens through?delayed- and overdue action, what And ffiil r Become ,Effective Within -: I Ip f He Allows. 'a Pers(n to Smote -I,-' Recent researches in the realm of food

SIll the and have resulted in
.I I. Thirty Day"Where the :: on a Street ,Car Under ; chemistry physiology;

The millions ,of iittlQ Suction Pumps : the declaration} by chemical scientists that
that line the Bowels and Intestines i Stock Limits are Now. New Law
: then draw a liquid bread.
... beer should regarded as a
: Poison from the decayed Food. instead of CIp I .
I I The'small amount of alcohol contained is declared
the Nourishment they were intended to I The new stock ordinance, which has
: I I been before the city council for several : Under the new anti-smoking streetcar : just enough to insure digestion and assimilation,

'draw.This Poison gets into the blood! and, in months, and wh'.ch! bas been the law, a conductor, is liable to ar i. not enough to intoxicate. '

time,\p dS all over the body, unless the cause of many committees appearing rest and punishment if he allows a __ ___ ,: Ger$t' beer therefore, is a real food-drink, full of the

Cause of I is removed. before that body and also.before council person to smoke on the car of which I ,nutrition: !1 refreshment and tonic [properties demanded to
Constipation promptly committees, was yesterday approved restore thfe waste of the human system.
he in 'probable,
is it is
charge and not
That cause of Constipation is Weak, or by Mayor Bliss in its amended '
Lazy Bowel Muscles. form, and will become a law within I now that the law is effective that; Send in your order for the home, and call
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MRS. ANNIE E. 6HEEHAN, for Gerst beer at att resorts.
thirty da's'from there will be violations. :
When Bowel-Muscles yesterday; many
your grow flabby lEOHEMLLVUMt
Weir Kansas.
they need Exercise to strengthen them, not j:, The boundaries of the stock limits: You must remember City that falling hair and Under the new ,l aw. the conductorsare J- MU The Co.
'Physic to pamper them. have been extended considerably and dandruff are signs of decay, or a diseased con clothed with police: power and can :;i Wm. Cerst Brewing;
the property of those inside these Urn fiitlon of the scalp, and you must not delay arrest parties for violating the law ,orput Nashville Tenn.
its will now be afforded some protection treatment. To do so simply means more loss otbair. them off the car. If they fail to : !d, from 'animals and a greater impoverished scalp, and "-
There's only one kind of Artificial Ex- running at large. finally no hair. The wise tiling to do is to correct do so, then they themselves are liable. 1
The new law, giving the stock limits It In the start Danderiae works wonders The law, .as approved yesterday by PETER BELL, Wholesale Dealer
eroise for the Bowel-Muscles. I is as follows: In on such cases. It will quickly regenerate the
enfeebled tissues, and maka your hatr prow the mayor, is as follows: ,
Its name is "CASCARETS, and its AN ORDINANCE more beautiful than it ever was, HOW &i att AN ORDENANCE' RE'L.TnTO L ,
price is Ten Cents a box. I To amend, Section One Hundred Cruets, thrce sizes.* SMOKING ON STREET CARS IN

-. iSo it you want the same naturai action j and Twenty-one ((121) of Article Five 25c., 508. and $1.GO per bottle.BEOW1.TOX OPERATION WITHIN THE.. CITY

that a six mile walk in the country would ((5), of Chapter Nine (IX) of the Code; CAXDEKETS CO.,Chicago* OF FEXtSAIGOUA.: '

of Ordinances of the BE IT BY THE'AYOR --,--- ----
give you (without the weariness) take one City of Pensa ORDAINED .
'
cola, making' it an offense for any (JO) days, or both fine, and Imprison- AND: COUNCIL OP THE CITY O'FFENlSAOOtJA and his to Tie Middle Aged Baek.
neighbor h changed cry
Cascaret at a time, with intervals between.
person) .owner or custodian of horses, ment; and in addition thereto, it / : PLAGUE OF BLACKSNAKES featsIt.' seemed now as if he was There ia a thing known as the !l-
till you reach the exact condition you desire. > cattle, goats, sheep or hogs, to allow shall be the duty of the City Marshal, Section.. 1. That any conductor confronted witn the "man going to St. 'die aged back. The neck goes WI'Wi."t!.,

: One Cascaret at a time win properly' them to run at large on certain L Lr members of the Police Force and or other person, in charge of any AND CATS Jves" only that the man, sacks and I the back rounds and a wad n %

cleaase a foul Breath, or Coated Tongue.A Streets, Alleys or Parks .of the City persons designated by the Board of btreet Car in operation the City wives were missing; and there were t gathers along .the shoulder .\Y< !:.
Headache be warded off of Pensacola.Be Public Safety, to take up"any such of Pensacola who shall suffer, or per- the outlines and
coming can only four cats instead of fifty. They) spoiling maka:>- cl ct
It Ordained by the Mayor and I animal running at large and impound mit any person to smoke on, 'or: In
,
seemed harmless and friend look well middle
too on a aged.
,In short order, and the cause removed. ) Theft"-p:
the Council of the CITY OF :PBNSACOUA. -: the same in the City Pound. If tae or on the platform any such-car in (A.
i' D. McKIN'N'ON THOUGHT HE ly mission but were half starved and certain physical tricks, mannerisms.
.: ;; owner thereof shall not within 43 vIolation! jtbe? 91'dlnance.prohibiting'Smoking
Section 1., That Section One Hun: hours after such impounding, apply on Street"'Cars which was HAD 'EM FOR A WHILE ON ravenous, which didn't speak well for: that belong especially to youth There
Don't fail to the Vest their former
carry Pocket dred and Twenty-one (121)) of Article for its release, and pay the costs and approved January 25, 1906, shall bej t owaers. are others that belong especially to
Cascaret Box with you constantly. Five (5) Of Chapter Nine (IX) of
All Druggists sell them-over ten million Code of Ordinances of the City of t care, the City Marshal: shall give Twenty-fiva: ($25.00) Dollars, or by Mr. Lee Waters spent Saturday .and is simple. imitate the young fig.

boxes a year ,, Pensacola, be, and the same is herebj:I notice by posting written or 'printed Smprisonment not. exceeding Thirty Sunday with relatives near "MuscogeeI ure. Throw your shoulders back, hold

,Be very careful to get the genuine, amended so as to read as follows: :: i r.oticeg in at least three public places ((30)) days." j Special to The Journal I Missis! Minnie! and Ada Fleming attended your neck straight up-not out and
made only by the Sterling Remedy Company Sec. 121. For any 'owner, or custo that he will on a day and1 hour designated -. Section! 2. That for the purposeof churth at Pleasant Grove Sun then up-and have your gowns made
.1 dian of' horses, cattle, goats sheep or (not less than five days rcIl enforcing the provisions of this McKinnonville, June 28.-It seems day. to accentuate the effects you want to
and never sold in bulk. Every tablet hogs, to allow them to run at larg i the posting of such notices) sell at Ordinance conductors or other personsin that some evil spirit is visiting Mr. A. cultivate.

: stamped "CCC." in the Streets, Alleys or Parks of the I! the Pound the animal so impounded,I charge of Street Cars, are clothed D. McKinnon's place with a plague of i Miss Annie Fillingim, of Pleasant'

it City of Pensacola within th following I a description of which' shall be given with Police powers, and are author cats and snakes instead, of toads and Grove spending this week with
territory to-wit: Beginning at the, In such notices. If the owner shall I ized' and empowered to eject, or 'arrest locusts as were the Egyptians in olden !Misses Minnie Ada and Mary Fleming I'I Thlxgi Beautiful, and Refining.

South Terminus of Sixteenth Avenue I not before the said designated time any person' who is guilty f .tlmes. Sunday morning while Mr. Miss Ernie enderson, of WalnutI I I Whatever is beautiful is ret nm!!
FREE TO OUR READERSIt thence Northerly along the center of I pay all costs and .expenses aforesaid, violating the provisions of the Ordin McKinnon was sitting on the gallery Hill is spending this week II Whether in nature or in art. the pre

baa been arranged to mail free a Sixteenth Avenue to its interection together with the cost of posting. the ance approved! January 25. 1906' :reading his paper, he heard a. noise !brother Mr. D. C. Henderson. I I ence of the beautiful softens and put

J PftATED aatll little trinket Frencn-designed box bard-enameed GOLD-In with Jordan street, thence West: Marshal 'shall sell the said animal or Section 3. That all Ordinances, among the chickens and looking up Owing* to a < sudden indisposition I I I fies. But let no young woman fail! m

pretty colors, a handsome ornament, erlyalong the center of Joroan -! animals., at public out-cry to "the and parts of ordinances; in conflict saw a large snake crossing the yara'. Rev. J. 0. Lawrence failed to fill his I I to'the blunder of supposing thaT onij
most liberal offer ever made. Mad we etreet'to its intersection' highest bidder for cash. and th pro herewith be, aDd! the, same are here .The presence of a snake so near the appointment with us Sunday. I that which is expensive can be beaut
want reader to have TeDltIJttJ
in every stamps ia tsked *s a one.measure with Tarragona street, thence Southerly ceeds shall be paid by the Marshal,to by repealed, j i : house caused much confusion among Mr. Thomas Freeman Sr., of Pensa I fut It is labor, care, skil an artistu

of. good faith and to cover cost of Cas- along the center of Tarragona the Treasurer who shall, 'after''eo' Section 4. That this Ordinance the children and after a little battlingand cola spent Monday night with Ir. A eye and a refined taste that beautm
which
lo carets ded.with this dainty box is street to:Its interesction with Moreno ducting therefrom the aforesaid costs shall take effect immediately upon.its excitement it was killed and iD. McKinnon. '. Whether in home or in dress, in speef

Send today, be sure to mention this street: thence. Westerly along the and expenses .pay the.balance, jf any passage and approval.' ..thrown. out' of the yard. Mr. McKin i, Mrs. John Baynton is on the .sick or in manners, money is not thi i uin>,
paper and write your address plainly. center of Moreno street to its intersection to the owner upon his application Passed JiineJ 127, 1906. non .resumed his and in a few
Address Sterling Remedy paper list this week. thing which provides the beaumu
Company, of :"C" street thence Southerly certified to by the Marshal and .4
Chicago or Hew York 735: .. approved Approved Jpne q281901t j > minutes upon looking}, .up exclaimed !
along the, center of "C" street tits \) by the Mayor., s fI-\.S. H. [BUSS, (""another snake," and sure enough Mr. Henry Wright, of Jennings, was The dawdy apparel of many a l siarten

intersection.' with Gregory street: Any money paid by the owner or 'Attest. : (Mayor. crossing the yard again ,was another. in our village l4st Saturday.. has cost more money by far than riu
Charcoal! thence sterly--'long the center' custodian for redemption the animal C. E. MEIRR! : ITT, He quickly disposed of.his. snakes hip ;Mr. Carl Render; on, of Walnut Hill neat and beautiful garb of her inc

: Gregory street to ita:intersection with] shall be likewise* paid .to the City Clerk. and continued to read .and find snakes. spent Sunday in; our village gent but orderly neighbor.
Treasurer. I Mr; Alex Parker. of Pine Barren is
Donaldson street,, thence. Southerly \
; ,I.untU.he had found four right in front
We have just received avery along thee ter- of "Donaldson"street Section 2: All ordinances, or A HAPPY MOTHER of. :his door step.. They all' took, it speaking of getting up a sIngings
A red
to Pensacola Bay* or' -permit, anystallionJack :, parts ordinances in-coriflict here will .be Is" hool in pur illa .e, and we hope i nose calls for careful general!
or see. that, baby] pf perlr single file coming one at a time, and
,*fine stock and will de. ungelded colt or' riz'or with be, and the same are'herp-br re cared forfro''this "a. good' purgative :belonged to the harmless black. snake he will succeed. : hygiene.' Take a" guide. bath ewry
liver fdetspibinpt1y1in'any .any hull 'or bull fcalf,. .to. be a: pealed. is necessary. "Many babies suffer family and caused 'no alarm. We are having: plenty of-rain* Veg moni1ng and keep QtJt of doori as mu<:bas

large anywhere within the City'limits.The. Ejection 3. This Ordinance shall I from worms 7(and their mothers I However Mr. lcK1nnon'says'he doe-a etables are thriying and ripe watermelons you can. No tight collars, snug
amount said owner' : 'or custodian' of take effect four'weeks after its pas don't know It-if your baby is feverish not care to be on such social terms are bein brought in. sets or choking sleeves. for a girl with:

horses, cattle, 'goats,' sheep Qr hogs; sage and approval and doesn't sleep nights, it Is !with them He took 'it 'for a social I a crimson nose.

Telephone 363. above enumerated, permitting the Passed June 27, 1906. troubled with worms.." White's call as they didn't appear belligerent. F B, BRUCE, if HE PROGRESSIVE

tame.torun.. at large in violation of Apprpved June 28,1JKH>, Cream Vermifuge? '*t1I el n'out.. Just as the fourth snake was disposed SPORTING GOODS DEALER WILL .i Never wash chamois skins in hot wa

I ,SEWELLWoodand the.provisions'of. this Ordinance, shall CHAS.! H. BLflSS, these worms In"a.: mild pleasant way. of.andhe: ,was beginning, to think ,he ter. Use cold water and avoid
be'subject to a fine of not exceeding Attest: Mayor. tried always used., Give of OPEN FOR BUSINESS IN THE NEW soap
Once It ,a I Iwould have to cry"snakes" the rest if possible. The skins clean
T Coal Company Twenty F1Je $25.00)) (fDoll&1S.: or -imprisonment I. C. E. MERRYI"F.I trial Price 25 cents. Sold by all I ;the cay, in walked a bunch of cats,. : BRENT iBUlUDJNG' SATLDAY as a matter of fact This very appli easIly
for not more than Thirty: City Clerk. kind (?) : MORNVNG .
I Ino I I1ft dropped doubtless by some ,' also to chamois skin gloves.
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t L. FEEL no hesitation in letting the .And you:..-er-took' the lace?" then?" "
pleasantly called little office. I chair for visitors. That
my I my was all the way. lie: wears': all his laces to his dresser,", I said "but it depend'
l I general public learn some of "I flew to my room and dressed. "I went back to the hotel, simply would also instil into the minds of My first visitor affected to have their last thread; be is not likely to on what you want. I can't let him

t: my trade secrets, for I have established and hurried out to look for a boot trembling lest the .boots had been my hearers that I knew every one of i dropped in merely to see me. She spend money unnecessarily on himself take anything of value. We mu:

a reputation which Is shop ::1 found, 'one all right, but. It taken downstairs or put back into the least importance In London. chatted about everything except when he wants it so much for not stealing."
all my own, and no rival bold enough was eo annoying. I could not thinkof his room. I, could hardly-have followed Once more, I can scarcely bring the business which had brought her others." j, encourage
j to enter my field has the most remote the French' for bootlace. It.is. them In either case, could I?" "Th'at 0, I don't want anything "!
myself to contemplate my sufferings; to me. I listened, and never byword .is exactly what I, should value
The in from i'-
t::.. chance of euccesa.t something like cordon.., de' botte. is It "Really, I do not know what you but the sympathetic will understand or. look suggested that she could have thought. : I value comes "
being
his. do-
My real name is' entirely Immat not? could have done," I answered with and will marvel at my powers of en- have any,motive. for her calL "Still, :I sbal not find it Impos- : Anthing would

terial 'to this story. Only five years : '"r1iat' IB'near, enough' I said, "go perfect truth. ... durance. At last' she arose to go' ; and still sible. It; might! ; mean a little expense "Even" a shoestring which he hs'i;

.t; ago I was that most unhappy being, on." "They were'still .there. I 'seizedone I listened; for instance, for fully a I, made no sign. She stopped, as I In cab fares and perhaps a tied? I asked.
,ai penniless spinster, young enough and dragged I '"That would be ripping. I would!
'te out the old lace. I quarter of an hour to extravagant had fully expected, opposite, my
;J'_ : feel appalled when I considered was terrified lest use it as a watch chain."
anyone should come expressions of admiration for Mr. mantlepiece,.and I began to examine
R- that, possibly, a stretch of fifty years '# along the passage. At last,I thoughtI Starre-Orlando 'in' his late magnificent the photographs. I let her play, "That might be managed. Possibly -

t separated me from the rest, undisturbed heard .someone, so ,I fled. I only production at the GrandDucal.I knowing that with her the first some little expense cab fart
rt Q by, hills, of the grave. Today i and a tip or But would !U\,
; got one after all. allude of course to the play in would be last. Holding up the portrait so. you
1: 'am-well Madame Ardour, and I : "And put a new one In?'! which no other. member.of his company of an eminent prelate, she all that to me?" "
-i am by no ;
means poor. "Rather. Can really do it'
"Yes. ,Is ever heard to speak or seen asked: you
7 1 It would be excessively "Call on Thursday and I will!! <*Hyou.
f ungrateful "How you must have aw--, I mean to stand facing the audience. "You know him" I -
of me if I failed to .
express the how annoyed he must have felt when Then for another quarter of an I nodded. .
.f deep sense of obligation under which For such simple belongings din
that lace snapped ,the.second, time of hour I heard of the etheral beauty of "A very good man, I believe she m/
I labor toward Miss Ellaline business I not ud.
Tracey- using! spring. am pr
iii. Canon Silvertongue, the famous Anglican said carelessly."A .
Smythe. I "1 cannot help that" she said, celibate. All will rememberhis saint," I said, curtly. only thankful.
f: This lady ,was and Is, a typical smoothing her treasure. "I have this. late marriage to the widow of an '"And not bad tooking" she Surely I have made It clear wnI< i
$\ damsel of middle youth dwelling in "3 I know he must have touched it. It army contractor. added. dread no rival? Can all grow m?

Suburbia. She was also a worshiper : L % ; g is forever sacred In my eyes. You I learn how ,a room can go spinning "So people say." flower now that they have the seed'Let' I

a fervant worshiper, of leading know that idotie Maud Thompson?" round and round when he 'T3o: you think you could possibly I them try! Who else (I trust

f' men of the church and stage. : 4 "Perfectly." I chances to offer an adorer a cup of get me something that had really belonged speak without vanity) will bring unIntelligence
to bear the mat
One day-the last of my perplex- : "She always, tries to copy me in tea at a charity bazar; and I learned to him? Almost anything ter? upon
ity-fihe showed me. with blushing everything. She pretends to' adore I also the exact sensation of brushing would do."
f' .pride, a distinctly disreputable boot- him too. She actually expected me against the coat sleeve of the tenor "You would like something he had Who else knows that a shoe iac IJt
J: lace. How could I guess that she !I to give her half of this. When I refused you adore. touched?" belonging to Mr. Balfour must '>

i > held out to me the golden key which i she tried a get. n* to sell it Then I mentioned that I knew "You don't think- me an. awful black silk, and In nice condition-,
% Very kn- ;; I t
he does
was to. open my door .to fortune? I to her. i Starre-Orlando pretty well, and had Billy,' do.you? My feeling for himis possibly not u
himself. Who but Mme. Ardoi'
r "It Is his." -- t. "Ah! My interest was thoroughly i friends that knew hIm better; thata something quite different from aware -
of Mr. firu
: i :. aroused. "What -did she offer cousin ot mine was on calling terms that of the ordinary girl who goes Chamberlain's
"It looks
it. I :
replied, "no solve'to
woman ? use no lace which ba."i
c. you i with Canon Silvertongue's sister, and about ravtng. over some curate. I
-'. uses anything' half so sensible. 1 "She began with one ahilling and I that the tenor lived in a flat just never think-of him as a man at alLI "Made In England" stamped upon
.' But. who Is 'he? __ -'-. went up to five. Then I told her It :above one occupied by my dearest think of him as-" each tag? The demand for :.ne9

; She mentioned the name of ?. man was not for sale and now she cuts i friend.! She paused to hunt for words. I two lines fluctuates considerable

of dazzling eminence. me." I Did I think I could get an autograph came to the rescue. Mr. J. St Barrie troubled tut rot

: "How did you,get. it!" I asked. 43 ,. I left Miss Tracey-Sroythe.'to' the from either of these egntle- ""You think of him," I said dream some time. Would an admirer gS)

"He happened to be staying at the .'T--z' pious contemplation ot her relic, and ID1ent. ily., "as ,'a Voice ,as a Call to the for a lace In the height of Thruc'

tame hotel In Nice last spring, as went off for a long think. The result : I: shrugged my shoulders. NO :,Higher Ufe." I fashion, or one worn in PicearUi-'is
both
: mama and. myself. You. know how .. .. of my meditations was that I doubt, if they 'chose',to care for such ''Yes. 'exactly that., keep kinds. Lord Robef>
;. I always longed to meet him. It was -' t. sank most of my remaining capitalIn things as autographs! Very likely '"You would be content to serve If to be his congratulated On the duraoiiiuof \ lU

:. heavenly; ,. I '_ renting a tiny office in a side .each of them kept a valet, or secretary him.unseen. to find happiness the Usa; and Lord Kitchener .
i: "Of ..:. ''. '* 't_ -. street, just 'off a particularly fashIonable or typist, whose business it was passing of' his' shadow on the wall. THIS LADY W! ')IORE'DrnECT. find his ready when he return ><> -
course I never spoke to him .
; k 1 -' '.,-. -.;. thoroughfare In the southwest .to scribble his name on a bit -of You: would work for him gladly all war office.
there was no one to Introduce me. One little *
effort of *
district. Yes.I-Mine. Ardour life my gsniu
paper your even though he should
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"I found out which his present .to a. servant but
was room, would brought
; you great Joy to own -
-began my business Ia tumble I of thought never'know until the my
jthis ,
longer whoit
course no very end be
for I saw him leave It content to l that "
hew to
't- one day; Jepre me? but so far it Is an artistic -
way.I about such (this was a delicate was' that had ministered
things tenderly
MY.: so "Absol ,
s going out calling nEST VISITOR. te1Yf Can '
or something you really do than a financial It.
ofthe sort. attended every "at home"everymusical \ allusion to my 28 summers), to him." Ifc?" .. success. ':
*'He' \ evening, 'u r) morning of but if I.dId I should desire something "I never met anyone who under- "Call the daYafter bit of string used by Mr. B*
,. put a pair of boots outside his "Fortunately I saw some hmglng enthusiastic church workers to which which I know had been tpuched and stood me as you do," she said. I will tell .{i tomorrow and Shaw, as a protest against th' *,
door to '
i 4. be taken down and cleaned. up' in the/shop-some not so. ) I could you. of energy caused by" the manur*
rong by hook or crook. obtain an used.. "You would feel proud to tie his I:
I looked was particularly
at them. '
as this.I for some glad that she of shoe laces for the idle rf'-fe afact
plus Invitation.
Even
: today I can scarcely Then I abruptly Changed the suV shoestring. Of course I might get turned off to
-"Yes I know the left when '
exactly how : she went '"
you grands :beaucoup, beaucoul on nonproductive labor.
plus bear to dwell the took that address just that the
looked" I upon suffering I ject-but care my you; shoestring, I for my second Client .
murmured.
grands r but; aa far as I could Inder- came rather tidpate a great run this :""
endured. It upon
the
was of noted. not the
price my was mean tying of it. He would
"They rapidly from th$ right. '-f" c
were so exactly like him stand, the man told me they 're.the success. How well I remember my firstmorulng'a have touched it with ,his nov that Mr. Bernard Shaw Jiltf
self. I feel I should have known biggest he" had. Then. I triQl own hands This young lidy, was more direct into his '
plus I did not flinch; wherever' I went work! I had furnished my for A man like that needs no valet to In her methods own. '
I them. anywhere. bons; but he only showed fta silk I generally pushed: my Business. I office most simply-just a desk anda wait on aim." j And are my warcs really an-J t< '

i- ; .."Soul drawing to soul," I suggested ones-, $o..I ,had to .take. IN best I would allow it to become known severe chair for myself a few booksof VI would beall, that I could have "I say you knpw, Starre-Orlando. that which they purport to t'e-! f

::' v ; _..', ool"v., could seA!*;, t.- ;",-.: : ,4.., that I could be seen any mronlng (my reference. and some dozen photographs wished." "c'- Could youget, ; me someTning; belong- consider- question highly Indicate
if: "Th, y were strong, manly "Please You ing' to him Anything would do I cera '11"
,. uncompromising go on. are intwestlngme. afternoons and. of facing Ardour of-No
celebrities. Opposite welL
evenings.were no "Very I will
see about it. "
you know.so big it wea
rc : _, grand. ., treeIy. Whadld do as was his. give my address. I am, too
you _jogger a?: wninuiydeus.sI. the light, stood comfortable But. there are difficulties
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1 SECOND. COMMENCEMENT '" II .1 Repaintin. g a.'r' Wlll [l[ T[r Wi' woman's' happi.- I


%$ % .... 'p 'Nsic' L4'UIGfl'' 'SCHOOL j'ainthasnq. protectionagainst CELEBRATE'THE iian'-'s is her can nature children be complete to los; it


the cle- : and want them

I e- -' .. : men t.s, FOURTH N n.hd.m.8 8' as much so as it is
j j I to love the beautiful
Will Occur Tonight at ,and climatic changes! -
theOperaHouseGtaduating KIDNAPPING Of work hard and fast upon it. The The critical : and pure.

kit paint eventually wear down, ordeal: through which the expectant mother must pass.
{ Classis will have nowever, is so fraught. with/dread, pain, suffering and danger,that the
and the surface to be repaint AT"BEll[ LAH H
fills her
very thought of it with apprehension and horror. There is
when Pure White nonecessity
d. But Lead
Composed ,of Six. : for the reproduction of life to be either painful
NOT WHAT and Pure Linseed Oil 'aroused the or dangerous.
ARE
THINGS VIOLA P The use ofMother's: Friend so the
for
the
PENTQN: surface is leftsmooth arid free, all prepares system coming event
THEY USED TO BE." AND'LET : that it is safely passed without any danger. This great and wonderful
AN INTERESTING PROGRAM\ HAS ready for the painter 'to begin his is
Elaborate Preparations'': for Big remedy always ap.
US ALL BE, THANKFUL work.If.
externally' and
BEEN PREPARED FOR, THE OCCASION plied ,
SHIRTS NOWADAYS REMADE ; on the other hand, a hard, Event Have Been Made and has carried thousands fJthr'of
AND MUCH INTEREST BY1ATHER inelastic such zinc :
; 'lifeless, paint ( as women through the
TO FIT AND ,TO GIVE and barytes), has been i Exacted..SDCcial
large Crowds
1'SATTACHED'TO THE EVENT. : trying crisis without suffering.
.' \ used, it cracks peels and (
COMFORT. *- Send for free book containing Information of'
wears off unevenly priceless value tq aU expectant mot era, r 8 endI

SEE OUR OUTH 'WINDOWFOR I ,The econd annual commencement Much Interest Manifested in Unusual 1. leaving a scaly ._ to Tb.Kouma.Beulah The Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga. '
of the Pensacola
High School Is to I l i8 '
DISPLAY OF "EMERY' OCCUr to-night at 'the opera: house surface, necessitating ?une, :.-B4ulah'will celebrate -I ,

end that-every seat in the big build:: Case by People of the expensive and dangerous the glorious fourth' and we .

AND "MONARCH" SHIRTS AT ing will be taken goes without say process burning off before.satis want all to come,and iaip'Us make I ......... ......................t-t...............

80c. ing, for there is no annual event in Milton. :- factory repainting can be done. the Eagle screanf and enjoy the hospitality :

,I which there is more Interest taken To paint with cheap paint is to of one of 'the best communities -J

WE ARE GOING TO CLOSE I. than in these exercises, and this year ,. repaint at high cost, and loo soon. in Florida. and' get acquaintsd Wholesale
the aualence will have the pleasure of lVferchants I
i iif
.
OUT THESE MAKES AND witnessing a most interesting program Special l to 28.-Con'S'id The Journal. in Those who useRED with the biggest, ,hearted people of I i ,
rab
Milton, June ;
.which has been prepared by ; SEALPure the county The innerman will not
HAVE PUT THEM DOWN TO the faculty for the occasion. terest 'centers around what is' .com-
be neglected for there will be fried

CLOSE OUT QUICK. Chief among the' feature :will be monly termed, 'the kidnapping. of-Miss (5Iad8bT the White Old Dutch Lead Proceu) fish, In abundance and Mr.. John Wil-- Attention!
the. awardingof th medals, of which i iI.
EMERY AND MONARCH'S there "ar five in addition to the Park- Viola Last Penton week: JMrs.:'by her-A.'S Jather.? Harrison, .proprietress repaint seldom and. at lowest cost. son will, make the chowder, which if I -

hill medal. The latter 'will be contested will be a guarantee its quality ash ; '
Hotel went to ,
of the City sled for I bookltt eollt&lalBllI9Va1 &lIdJome" "
BOG for, andHhe audience will have: Ala.. to visit her daughter, ducUoci of aetul hoUM. offering ttla.tt* iiggMtlo U is an: old chef and can beat the a _
Florala
I for color icbem in piloting JVI iuuo. A &eD t tat
the pleasure of listening to the four s man invented chowa'er making .
I Mrs. Troy Penton. She was accompanied p iat purity U aIIO gl a.NATIONAL who
contestants.._ The winner: will .be" anIwuncedatthe .I I ,by- her and- aughter. .VoIaPentpna LEAD COMPANY that savory dish. Plenty of good coffee -
:confobtha exet- will be made all can have what 1 1I
: > ; :girl of 13; ers. VIoLa is Clark Avenue and lOtb Street,St.Lout Mo.FOR so I. .
cses. ; VV ,- r the'daughter"of J. T.,,Penton, of Opp, p, .,I they want, but be sure to bring your The jsteamer "Thistlewood" will be
cTAllDARDtanIIJ ( The graduatingclass this!( year Ala. Her mother was a Miss Harrison cups and ,then you will-';not have to !
consists of only} six. and they will: be t I died when Viola but wait for some one else to get through.
was
TfflESEfl JBUULSJ presented with their diplomas by',I seven and weeks old. It is claimed that Hbn.! T. E. Wells in his speech here here this!! afternoon
President Clu'bbs"of the Board of:i her last fourth praised the chowder and I i ii
I the baby was legally given tQ
Public Instruction. 'Ths program is sixteen said if there was another fish fry I
--- grandmother to keep till years
follows !I chowder at Beulah he would fur-
and
as :
which she is to become
of age at time ,
1
-- The Program.InvocationRev. nisji 100 plates and spoons if called FRIDAY JUNE 29
claimed li
her own mistress. It is also SALE. BY ALL DEALERS i
OIl to do and he is against it ,
OSCAR E. MAURA : F.. A. Rogers. that the father has never manifested so, up
STOCK AND BOND BROKER. desire to have the ofthechild.buton I good and har '. for our irrepressible
any -
SId. Bonds and Securities Bought and ,Sold. Parkhill Medal ContestEntertaining the, has neglected j I William A. Shelby is going to call

12E.Governmont St. P. O. Box 154 ta Reilly. Bfg'Sister's Beau.-JEt- her not according contrary to her support -I BOSSO'SIce him on' him for for another them hundred.and possibly There cinch will I i and will take freight for Apalachicola, i

that within his'means!
Aunt Elnor 's HerAmy Briggs. was easily also be lemonade in abundance. I
White Barber Old Gowns.-Theresa Jacohy.. not even seeing her' until she was: Cream Now don't want to be called a repeater -i Carrabelle St.'Joseph St. Andrews and i
ShopThe 'Behind the Curtain.-iLlllie Wil eight years of age. Factorycan but don't forget to bring your ,
Last Monday while, at Florala Mr. ; .
liams. and be happy in the
pos
cwn
white barbers, formerly of 35 Jud'ges of the Contest-Mri: L. J Penton drove up with a buggy ,and furnish you cream in session cups thereof., Cedar Keys This will hereafter be a :

S. Paafox: St, are now located at No. Re9ves, Mr. H. E. Graham, Dr. :Mallory asked that his daughter accompanyhim any quantity., Satisfaction The meeting called for last Sundayto I i i *
S E. Government St., next to Western Kennedy. for a drive. He promised her a .guaranteed. perfect arrangements for the fourthof
l'nio!!. Piano Duet-j-'Flossie Boyer Occie treat of dainties as well and to bring PHONE 1326 July picnic' and fish fry was well weekly service. Boat landing at Palafox
back with her some, purchases for
Clubbs. SAM BOSSO. Prop. attended and a large part of the i
Essay. The Battle of Lexington. the grandmother.: Neither man nor funds subscribed to defray expenses .
child returned and Mrs. Harrison be- ,
COTTRELL Louis Hannah. collected. The following committees wharf. :i -
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FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. Essay. The Panama Canal.Occie came alarmed. were appointed:
Clubbs. Search was instituted and they were: l [ CRODSBROUGHT Oa purchasing the necessary supplies j
Pensacola., Fla. Essay. The Battle 0 of Shiloh- traced to Andalusia, Opp and finally'to I : P. C. Dawkins,. Arthur Spare t4.44$4HLiiii.I.........................................1
-- Olivia LeBaron. Elba, at which point the father' had: and W. A, Shelby,

WATCHESAND, CUT GLASS Piano Solo.-Vivian Byrd. directed his family to meet .him. Mrs. ,On arrangements and fixing groundsand .
Something Swell In Gold Jewelry.W. Address.-Dr. Andrew; Sle<<1 d. Intro- Harrison placed the matterin legal erection of tables and seats: C. .

A. Gahlenbeck 21? S. Palafox SL duced by Mr. W. A. Blount. hands with the result that she returned T TT TO E., Busby, Dan,Usher, J.. T. Wilson,
Presentation of Diplomas by Mr. A. to Florala Thursday night where as. Reeder and W. B. Weaver. Writing Paper Special. '
V. Clubbs. she was informed her grand-daughter On tables and decorations:., the

TURTON & BELL, Violin, Solo.-Miss .Lillian- J coby. awaited her. and wanted to" return to Misses Angia Malone,. Louisa Lister In this lot of Hurl's: papers, there are Egyptian Linen, Frosted

PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE .t8 O:, Awarding of Medals. Milton; Katie Busby, and Lydia Spare.It Vellum, Irish Linen Bond Velvet ''Frosted Parchment and Snow
Kodak Supplies. for Araatvjri Friends of the father here'state that [ was left to W. A. Shelby to secure White, in quarter ream boxes at the very low rate of 25 cents a box.
Finishing .Blount Composition Medal-Mr. P. the 'girl has :-teen-forced by her'.grand- THECJTY speakers. Won't last lon. :If you want It you'll have to hurry.CQe' .
K. Yonge, Dr. Percival H. Whaley, mother to work so'hard'tn' and'about There will be another meeting at 1

R. K. WHITE, Mr.. John' S. Beard, committee.-, ,,, the hotel that life'because a 'burdento the Baptist church Sunday July first I :BoC) stCre.Plio" .
Sons of the American- Revolution her'sand she wroteto her' father '""-- 30 to complete unfinished .
at2: p. m.
Walch.iker. Jeweler, : 213 South Palafox Strett. P
Manufacturing and Graduate )iedal.-tDr. Percival H. Whaley Mr asking to'be taken to Th.rewith him business and make final arrangements 235. ensacota
Optician,30 S. Palafox'street; Pensacola. Fla. W, 4..'.Kount, .Mr.: .A. A. Brown" com and her stepmother.On On the Cheap Excursion',Given by for the ,Glorious Fourth. This 'maet- --

mittee. the.other hand opposition is ing was 'called for the benefit of
P. K. Yonge History Medal-nSf:. made to'her father as' proper guar- : the 0. R. C.BoysYes those-who could not get' here in tir)e' .
TerselyTold W. A. Blount Mr., C.; F. Zsek .Mrs..L. dian, because of, his, connection with for"the other meeting, men who are I -

J. Reeves. c committee. the whiskey business. he being inter- terday. employed at. distant lumbr campsso Order ZoiuICECOAL
United Daughters of the Confed-- ested in two or three saloons, Mr J.I all please be on hand and make our
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.' crcy Medal-(Mr., C. 'V.- Thompson? Harrison's.return' :will 'foe :awaU d with worthy collectors heart 'glad by liberal -. and WOOD ,
It has been brought to the attention of! ,Mr.'J. .S. Beard, Mrs. F.. 0. Howe,I interest Large crowds were brought to' the contributions.. from the
: :
The Journal that unauthorized persons; i commitete.j city yesterday on' the cheap excursion Personal 'Notes. I
have made attempts to collect Journal -;j Helen Fisher Memorial M :i'a1.- given by the Orde-r'of Railway a Mr. Peter Murphy and sister Mrs. I, Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company -

subscriptions. The three regular i:1 Presented by Mr. C. U.Shine.j .- MRS. CONGER'S BIG PROFIT! ? Conductors, a'M'many of the visitorsare Bessie Rady accompanied by Miss Office-Corner Chase and Tarragona. Phone 2s.c;. .
collectors who represent the paper in j ,Announcement of winner of the yet in the city, though the majorityleft Ella Baker of Pensacola, visitea'< at I I "
the city are Messrs. G. Lambrecht, J. Parkhill :Medal contest Bought a Rug In China For f 90, Sold last night. the homes of Arthur Spare"and Jas.1

Gerkens and Carlton H. Cushman. Graduates. It For 7000. : The largest number came from over Snowden last Sunday. They enjoyed i ,.. J
Wallace! B. Caswell and Chas. F r Steward Flossie Boyer- Occie Clubbs, Amy Mrs. E. H. Conger when her husband the P. & A. division. This was expected the drive very much and think the. '
are also authorized to make col. Briggs, Louis Hannah, Herbert"Caro, was minister to China purchaseda as a special train was provided hard-road a very> great improvement ............++++..................................
lections In the city and their receipts Lillie Williams. rug in that country for $90 and later for those who wished to 'takein over the weary stretches of sand that' .
will be acknowledged by the office. Do Honors. sold It In Chicago for $7,000. The story the big-picn'c at thjg.bluff, and also used to intervene""between Pensacolaand
not pay carrier boys. Don't:: pay anyone Flossie Boyer-'First Honor: was recently made public by friends spend a few hours in the city. The Beulah, but.which' thanks to W. LINOLEUMS f fat
who can not punch your receipt Occie Clubbs-S cond Honor.- the Congers at Des Moines, la., says number of tickets cbl'ected on the A. Shelby are Inow.things of the past:
cards. ; train from over this division was 850. who has charge
.Davis
from Mr. George
.Medalists.Occie [ a dispatch that city. :
FRED A. SWEET / The train arrived in the forenoon In the county convicts, spent Sunady 55 and 65c a yard,
Clubbs.-W. .\. Blount Com-{ Mrs. Conger? bought the rug against of .
Mgr. Circulation. ample time to give the,,visitors an opportunity -'with his family and was present at .. -
poitlon Medal. : the protest of her husband shortly before :
1 of spending several hoursin where he was greetedby
meeting
.
the
Medal.
Louis Hannah.A.R. their return from the orient- Mr. LAID FREE.
shopping and what who do
the city making and friends :
S. Z. Gonzalez Jr., who has been absent Etta: Reilly-tf. K. Yonge History Conger declared his wife would get old neighbors :
: ever purchases they might desire, and rot often get to see 'hini since he has
for the past ten days, visiting Medal cheated, but Mrs. Conger had her way. attend the picnic in the afternon. the employ of ,the county Just the thing for the kitchen ani: -dining room. Makes a,
points on the P. & A. road returned, iBaion---U. D. ,C. Medal. teen in
to the city Olivia A.Chicago man heard of the rugaskedto The crowd which arrived from for he attends strictly to business I light work of house cleaning and is'more sanitary than :

yesterday. ; see it, and after examining,offered points' north of Pensacola aggregatedover an .' don't get away very often. any kind of floor covering. 0.
J. McLaughl'n, of Florala; was ANCIENT ROME $7,000 for it. This offer was accepted. 330, making the total number Bliss Sabra Hardy, of Powelton, : '

among the visitors who were in the is now merely memory of the past With the money Mrs. Conger has brought to the city nearly. twelve hun was the guest pf Mr. and Mrs. A. : Mattings, China and Jap, 20 to t35c

I city yesterday. j Ballard's Snow 'Liniment is the fam- built a home in California in which the dred.. H. Bailey last week, returning home : LAID FREE. *U
liniment of the twentieth cen- of this week. a yard, 9
H. SI. Davis and J. Will Yon, of De-, ilyl family will permanently reside.; Monday : i
Funlak tury.A positive cure for Rheumatism Tile Sleeping Sie1one. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barrineau and floor covering for the
were altogether satisfactory *
the from Cool and
visitors
among Cuts, Sprains. Neuralgia -I To the excitement of big game bunt family the guests of relatives'and : 4
Burns were cleaned 'and
that city yesterday who took advantage Waist Buttoning Accident. : has}! and bedrcoms for Bummer. Easily a
etc., Mr/C.-'Hi: Runyon Stan- ing,In Africa there will henceforth be friends at Quintette last Sunday. *
of the excursion. While attempting to button her dress most healthful floor covering. i
1 berry.. Mo.. writes; "I, ) ave used the 'other night Miss Wejpenborn of added the knowledge that the hunter Miss Lydia, Spare spent Saturdayand i Remember, not too. late yet to buy an ODORLESS reX
Attaway MoKinnon of Slarlanns; Snow LInimentfor Rheumatism and Belleville, Ill, broke her arm. She was I risks contracting one of -the most Sunday with.her friend Miss Eva fri' erator; prices 'from $14 to J35; others of good qualityfrtjiri 4.
-p'
\ls a visitor to Pensacola yesterday.The all pain. I can't say, enough in Its i : dreadful of all known diseasessleeping Waters at the Barrineau home. : 1
praise." Sold 'all'druggists.. about to attend a party and was dress- Irs.' Annie Bailey and her guest $9 up. i ii
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sickness-dreadful because it is incurable
schooner Minnie W. of fish-. t'
the .
I ling in haste. All went well until she Sabra Tucker called' on Mrs. I
ing fleet of Saunders & Co., arrived ,. went to put on her waist, Of course it and ultimately fain Until Miss Snowden last Friday afternoon.

to pon yesterday with a catch of 600 July. A late; number, of them' have buttons up the back and Miss Weisen- very recently It had, been supposed that Jas.The Misses Angia and Mattie Ma- MA S TON & QUINA !
snappers. I attached their signatures, and others born bad to do it herself, says a Belleville Europeans were immune, but it has lone spent the evening with Mr. A. J. i 4, 7

Hon J. R. Shomaker of Cottondale,' will probably follow suit, and give dispatch. She started at the top recently been proved .that this belief Busby and family on Sunday last. .
"as among the excursionists in thety !. their employees an opportunity to en-i 1. and fastened the first six buttons without was wrong. Sleeping sickness Is caused Mrs. F Bradley. of Bonnie, Miss., t 108/110 S, ::Palafox St Phone 148. PensacMa, Fla.

4ft yesterday.The I i I jey the picnic to be given. by the K. of difficulty. Then she started at the by a parasitic protozoan known as is the guest of her son Jtfnes Bryant ....................i fI
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I C. on that date. bottom, and six more were quickly fastened trypanosome, which Infests the blood iMlss Mary Spare has returned home i.- ..+;++............

the tug Simpson was taken'out on: Police Officer Ed. and seventh from the and the cavities of the nervous sys- after an extended visit'with: friendsat I; -
mar'.ne: railway yesterday for. re; Spottswood but the .top, '------- --- --- -
Grove.
pairs. The shaft of the vessel la,, Dixon B. Reed will Jeavf: : Tuesday for which was also the .seventh from, the tem-the brain and spinal cord. These }{Muscogee and Fisher Myrtle and sister
broken Hot Springs, where they will spend minute but terrible organisms{ are car- Miss Catharine
and a new one will be fitted bottom, ,defied her. She twisted and Pensacola visitors
four'w 'the ried Und distributed by the bite of Miss Mary were ANNUAL DIVIDENDScannot
berore she is launched. l, three''or eks for benefit of bent and went through all kinds of a'
I their health. They expect to be much sijeclea of tsetse fly.. This terror has Tuesday.
A commlUee from the Knights oi: foenefitted by the'trip and the waters. contortions in vain efforts to fasten in Miss Lizzie Waters, who has had a
appeared Uganda only within the be lost and they be used to
: there able be
to
Co.umbus visited the merchants and 1|I Si- that thirteenth button.Suddenly last or two, having made Its Way'along severe spell of sickness js may
business : :I Ribtfei was a snap%, and her arm fell helpless. year and will soon regain her I
men s'-g- now
soliciting
)yesterday Get Blue Lemon and Vanilla up
the river systems from the west each if the insured
natures her side. One of the bones had brb- which will be good news reduce the
Places t0 a petition: to close their 1 and yo know why they have by coast of Africa., Yet during the first usual health, ,premiums year
of business on the Fourth ol' 'friends1 jken.m to _her many friends.
so many I
two years of Its appearance In Ugandano so chooses.! A life, or Endowment Policy with -'
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-- .' --- less' than 30,000 of the native inhabitants --:----'- -

J -t _H t mJrn t m have fallen victims. A POPULAR, -LAMENT.: I.I annual dividends in the Union Central Life,

Anlm II' Immunity From Pofaon. Where Would Society, Be If One Was the ,
is most satisfactory
j Music Loving People Will Tell You The fact that the hedgehog fearlessly Judged for the Sins of Others? '

I ;stacks and kills ,the viper has been "0; I tried one of those hair tonic3 B. S. WILLIAMS' General Agent.

i: That they enjoy the toneof :our.pianos, because they are pianos that ;: protection ascribed by afforded'some by naturalists Its spiny 5o cover.the bit sometime of good.ago"" and it never did me a Tb; esenI/ u\lding.\ Phone 608

q stand. There are any number/lof: 'pianos that are fairly good at.the start; More recently, hQVever.1t has been discovered That's what many people are saying

!j when everything is new, but.a 'good "piano like those we sell, will last a fi tected that nose even and when lit the bitten region in the of to-day: trial.'When they rsfuse .Herpi-f _i: -' .. --:
.unpr cide a "';:V '10:""<;
i lifetime. They are made for everyday usage and will give the. best 'of t i the eyes, by a, venomous serpent the It would be as sensible to say "I I

satisfac ioi. I hedgehog suffers no ill consequences. never travel on a railroad because 1 Ii
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'S has led Collisions mentioned in the i For Contractors.
r This observation to eiperimentswhlch often see : Money
i 1 Kranich & Bach Packard Lester and Clutter > have demonstrated to the papers-" Is specially
[satisfaction cf many naturalists that Newbro's Hsrpicide
!:t All good pianos the highest character. Remember too. that anyone I there Is'an Immunizing' substance In made to destroy the germ, that. is living Contractors win find our prices for lumber brick, hard
the roots.fL your hai- ware lime-!in fact everything that enters into the
on paint,
,1 of these may be ought now and paid for on payments'made so easy m the blood of the hedgehog the which. servesas That is why it is so exceedingly makeup, of the building, much cheaper in price than

!:; ..you'll hardly notice them. .Anyway call in and examine them. Your iSi an Is antidote said that to all animals poison.It possess this efficacious-It is there the for hair the of soie this they.ve! been accustomed to paying others. Let us
ridding
purpose of make! an estimate on your next bill and we'll prove to
aie invited to attend our :,phonograph concert. w substance In varying degrees, but in growth after wh'ch the
parasitic YOtf that our prices will make money for you.
-:'!ta many: it Is not .sufficiently active to Lair grows as nature jntsno'ed.'
.. Oldest and Largest 114-116 S. Palafox St. counteract the effects of venom. For sale b) W. A D'Alemberte,
.t Music Florida Housinr. Clutter M USIC House33H PENSACOLA PhonelS Science hopes to obtain serum that druggist- and apothecary., 121 South Saunders Mill Company,
t1 can be used.ay an antidote not only incases Palafox street, or send 10c in stampsfor I '
t GEO. W. C. CLUTTER Tret. B. E. CLUTTER. Sec. J-f Phone 71 :. 21 East Garden Street.
'iM-ti .. of snake bite. but for many other sample tg The Herpicide Co., Detroit t .
tinnn ii .ia *ir< -rii riMfmtiran m. n.
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small .boy. whcihas a special rondo- 1foCa skUl., of. Pensacola, spent, last WASHINGTON LETTER GetIemen'sDriving
for it. If this fcimple} rule I o5- Sunday here with relatives' and friends. I '
jilt tia1a ness : : \-- '
I : : ouf If.UUUu1ttflJu1JLnfmn..njLr served all !i>' *fthe country It 4 wills T THE-G1INOQO'E Among those who attended' the Friday ice [Special COfresponde ce.l

iv the IIv ofrthousanas of bright cream: supper at Nora last The bill'recently'passed by the house
boys who are annually offered up as night were Misses Birdie Patrick, ,Annie -
United States:district judge
Molocn of Cameron and Mary Lee McDavid; creating a
: -f-u-U- ----IJU .J U1r 5JLnjLfl.rL5rJ-. .. JUUVU.fl a' sacrifice to' this terrible Races
the 'July celebrations. Messrs. ,Knapp Douglas, Davis and for China prescribes his duty under

; DAILY. WEEKLY.. SUNDAY. I.I And the' time to. pass along the TO LOAD BIG Fillingim-. All report a pleasant even the treaty granting e'xfiaterritorlalJu.1,

warning is now. ing though some of the yoon'g men risdiction. .
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING MONDAY complained of muddy clothes and pat- -at-
EXCEPT
1 .This court, which-, will. supplement the .
.t H- ent leather boots the darkness compelling '
...BY... them to lead their horses consular courts, 'In existence since ,

CON/BITIONS/ AtE CARGO through the swamp. I860 'Is to have exclusive, jurisdictionin I Kupfrian's Park

: THE JOURNAL COMPANY. NOW REVERSED" Misses Effie Stanton and Dollie Fil- all criminal, cisea Involving more ,
1 i lingim entertained a number of their
--S--------- than $100 fine.or rixty days' imprisonment
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t Jacksonville Times-Union little friends Saturday evening at the '
and in :all IVII, cases Involvingan Friday Jane 29.
FRANK L. MAYES, President and Ganeml' M.n.g,r. & residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. \V. Stanton ,
I ;.: ;t7f. H ,! 1 Vessel ToYIUI Take :8- in honor of their birthdays. Each amount greatef thin $ OO.
4 ) JU1M.flrUWWu,5 -U JL f W W Due
I.u' I. : one enjoyed the evening very much, Court is to be held -annually at Four entries hi 2:45 class

; MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. In many respects the conditions 000 Barrels' .of Turpentine especially the nice cream served by Shanghai In the east, Hankow in the Four entries in 3:00: class!

-S_ Surn,- rnruuurtnjju- the two greatHarties lave been completely :Mrs. Stanton. interior, Tientsin tn the north Cantonin ,
-trj.--- *.fl.flfl.flJ
reversed during the last three Miss Gilaiore of Pensacola, Is visiting consular Two in 3 hall-mile heats.
i I and 2,500ot Rosin. the south and, n. other ju.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. or four years. Three years ago the, relatives_at Nora this' week.
risdictions if deemed advisable.The All drivers are owners of
Democrats absolutely at sea as tie': ,
; One .Year.$5 00 One :Month........ ........ *5 were appoint- horses.
;
receive an
COMMERCIAL MAN is to ,
Six Months... ........ ..... 2 50 One '\V' ek....'.............. 1C to the choice of a leader. A numberof The big stsamer Glenwcod whichis PASSES judge ; of
Three Months..... ....... 1 25 WeeklY Edition; per year..tt 0(, men, Judge Parker among them % due 'to-day from New York will AWAY I IN PENSACOLA .:ment'for fifteen years at a salary Also running races.
.. were being talked cf to soate extent take out of Pensacola big cargo of 58,000 aIinually arid expenses when on

1fltLflJW fltWJWlnJLn. .fflfljWUt SWUtJUWJt WSSfl.flS-JJJSWWL flS Wt RP-fl-Wt for the nomination. ,None _of them naval stores, ana one of the most ,valuable John .S. Williams, .. a commercial circuit not to exceed $10 per day. I Grandstand and vicinity reserved f:*

The Only Pensacofa Newspaper From Which a Detailed I seemed to have any considerable pop- ones of the earr owing to the travelerwhose, home is in Cincinnati White Haute Expense. white people only.

.ular support. In fact, all who, were large amount of turpentine which will passed away at the Southern That there has :been % considerable
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. discussed seemed rather to be POiticians' be shipped. Hotel\ Wednesday after a lingering of running the ADMISSION, 25c. LADIES FREE
increase in the cost
S --Utt5 JrAwJ'JW.Mf.J J$'.- -" candidates than suggested by, loaded illness. His wife was. with him at
The stamer'bich is to be
At the time of his death. White House is' sbown; by comparingthe Races'commence 2:30:
any movement among the people. fhos p m.
by Stevedorp Kent for the S.P.
Off.iceI,10a_and 110 East ., Paperson_ Sale on Trains that time Mr. Roosevelt was considered I blotter Company-will take-8000 barrels : appropriation for the fiscal year
Notice, U. C. T. of 1907 with those ,for the fiscal year -
A.
nomina
Gov rnment. Phono38.L' and at all News Stands. certain :of the Republican : of turpe.tine'a.nd! 2,500 of rosin _
The members of Pensacola 1900 the last of Mr. McKInley's administration -
tion. Council ,
-J1J 5r 5n.I .,- ____ __.., _.01>." Now the Democrats S are certain of I!end largest while or as the large cargo by will any not means be the:as No.' 332. U. C. T. of A. are requested I ,and with 1896 the last Base BallTODAY

their choice while the Republ'cans to"attend' the funcial of their late year of tht Cleveland: administration.The .
I some of tb.3 others shipped it 'will
FEN'SACOLA FLORIDA FRIDAY MORNING. 'JUNE 29. 1&06If trother
John S. Williams
,
be Jrit the the -
are at sea.' There seems to no! nevertheless be one of Ue most valu office of secretary to president
1 I doubt that Mr. Bryan will) )lead the I, undertaking parlors of W.K.: Robinson will ost $66. W for the fiscal year

Strains at a Gnat trusts is helping- Mr. Bryan.' It is doing Democratic hosts in, the fight Wno> able.The cargo will probably be shippedto : on East Garden street, this looT against $44.340 In 1900 and $35-

it in two wajs. It is convincingthe will lead the Republicans? ;I Hamburg and Bremen, and loadin; morning at 10:45 o'clock. Visiting 200 in 1896. The':1contingent expenses

end Swallows a CameL people that Mr. Bryan was rfght Mr. Roosevelt:: has stated that be of the naval storeS will give employ brethren also requested to attend. fund has been increased from $12OOC

in attacking the trusts when he was, will not be a candidateHe is reported -I ment to a big forca o! men. under the McKinley and Cleveland administrations
According to the best authority at a presidential candidate and they are to have said that Mr Bryan would FAVORITE OF PRESIDENT. There Y.M.C.A.

S the national capital Uncle Joe Cannon afraid that if the Republicans should, be a strong candidate-that only ,Sec- to $20,000 a year.

speaker of the house of represen- elect Mr Roosevelt's successor the rectary Taft coald beat him. \V e have I j Uncle Robert R.oHveU"blta ta has been 100 per :cent increase in the VS.

tatives congress will, in all probabillty -i war on trusts would be stop e& Hence! as yet seen no denial iby the president.t NO. CHUMUCKLASpecial I White House Informal. Item of fuel for ;the mansion green.
I they want Mr. Bryan elected to continue or any of those cloieiy associated with i! The late Robert Barnwell Roosevelt, houses and stable.; This now costs $6, FLORALAPALMETTO

complete its work for the preaent the battle against trusts until I him, but the words attributed to him uncle of the president, was held in 000 a year whUe' eretofore the appropriation -

session" on Saturday night and adjourn. not a single one of them that exists: would be a very remarkable concession has been $ ,OOO a year.
high esteem the chief executive
by ,
'Many important matters have in violation of law is left. fIt I. made: by a president elected by to The Journal. Rubber Tires For Fire Engines. BEACH

;teen disposed of during the session: S was stated during the last presidential one party aa to the strength of the North Chumuckla; June 28.-Your who always looked! forward to their Engines and the Other apparatus of I
the opposing candidate. It must be correspondent attende an ice cream annual reunions with the greatest of
'and the few that are still under consideration campaign that Republicans : remembered the fire department: are to be equippedwith
had stolen Bryan's thunder-that. ,. however that Mr, Roosevelt supper given at the parsonage last pleasure says a Washington dispatchto This will be done
rubber tires.
will probably. be railroaded they were approving 'hispolicies in .is in the habit of saying and doing! Friday night, for. the purpose cf raisIng the New York Tribune. Of late the : becomes avail Game Called on Arrival o! 3
brougbin order that the members funds to purchase an organ for gradually money
Important partIculars;; It is.a, fact unexpected things. I '
years, on account of the president'smanifold able. Chief Delt bell"es' these tires
: that the president hag A or more Secretary Taft Damascus (bettar known as Coon o'clock 'dummy.I .
may be able to get away"from the.heat persistent: year ago .
.
of Wjashlngton and hie' them.s war on private monopolies! and tha.t'he was supposed to be the presidents I Hill) Union Church. It was conducted duties which made It 'well :will be less, expensive In the end, conducive -

ve8. is pursuing such monopolies as vigorously choice as a successor. Then .Secretary by Misses Mamie and Olga Mc- nigh impossible for him to spare the to speed and will lessen acci

to the various watering places 9! the : now as he did when he began i Root was supposed to be the favored Caskill two of Nora's fairest and< time to go to Sayvllle Mr. Roosevelthad dents. Commisslq'ner Macfarland has

country, as is their custom. the war'on them. He has 'been wise! one. Now Secretary Taft seemsto cost popular .jounflg ladies. The done most of the visiting to his agreed that one Engine shall at once

Nothwlthstanding the assertion that enough to see what the people wanted I have regained his prestige with the affair was quite a success and we nephew. The last time the president be equipped' witii: rubber. The first I) Bay Excursion

the work of congress will be completed done and he has set about doing it. president. There are strong influences most heartily congratulate the young! went to SayviHe was in the summerof equipment will cost between $300 and I \

by tomorrow night there is one But the people have not forgotten thatit in the Republican party that ladies for the manne; in which i it 1904 when he rode horseback across $400 hut-it Is belied that when the ,

was Mr. Bryan that inaugurated the would fight him. I was conducted. They had a most Long Island from Oyster Bay in company others are ready'' for equipment the j
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measure before the senate that has Of the others-Root beautiful guess cake which in tu e I STEAMER MONARCH
campaign against private monopolies, Fairbanks,
with his boys. Mr. Roosevelt work can be done ,t a lower cost
been systematically sidetracked and and it looks as if they depended upon Shaw, Cannon- 'none seems to have' wind up brought $22.40. Those present -

religiously avoided by the solons of I him to bring the war to a successful anything 'better than a pie counter also voted for the prettiest young paid the president a visit last winter Uncle: Sam's Coast Line. I FRIDAY JUNE 29 1906
I'conclusion. following. In other respects besides lady present and Miss Ora Savelle arriving in Washington without troubling In the course of a recent speech Representative ,
the upper, house, and that is the Isle to send advance notice of his
received
of North Chnmuckla who any Ryan pf Buffalo said there
Apparently the aim of the Republlcan unanimity in choice of a candidate Under of
of Pines treaty, and it is extremely! leaders is to put an end to these the Democrats have rood chance of 525 vote-5 was the winner. Misses! Anrie coming. The old man never paid much was a total of 17, 99 nautical miles of Auspices

doubtful if it will be acted upon before private monopolies (before the begin success. Cam ron and Mary Lee McDavid attention to the subject of clothes preferring coast lines in the United States the NAOMI REBEKAH LODGE No. 10,

that body adjourns. The probable pol. ning of the next presidential campaignso Miss Birdie Patrick, Messrs. Knapp j to wear what was most cOmfortable year 1005, on wiith there are 3,. 32

ideal effect of ratification thus turning as to prevent the trust question MAKEUP OF THE DOUMA. Douglas, Davis and Fjllingim, of BluJ and so when he arrived at lights and 50 ligbt v ssels. The cost L O. O. F.

from being campaign,issue. If that Springs, and Messrs Williamson ano the door of the White House office of their maintenance in 1905 amountedto
the and of hun.
over property lives Bryant and Dr.Thames of Jay were
is their purpose they will not succeedin New Russian National Assembly Com- building one morning'the doorkeepers $3,704,451.24. Xn England Scotlandand I For Round Trip 35 Cents
of We anda
reds of citizens the United States present. had a big crowd
carrying it out. It has just been trusted With eo cre... thought him some venerable farmer Ireland there: were 5,464 nautical
jolly time.
: to the tender mercies of the Cuban decided, so it Is stated, to begin' the In spite of, the complicated system. of Rev. C. H. l\19tier. of Monroeville who was "seeing the sights' miles of coast lineon| which there were TWO TRIPS
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government has undoubtedly teen the prosecution of certain officials of the "
electoral colleges and the direct Inter- Ala., is the guest of Mr. H. C. MflDa- Td like to see the president the 1,016 lights- and 81 light vessels costIng -

principal factor in the disinclination more Standard than Oil two Company.to It finish will these take ferences of the government ,with the vid. Mr Motley is one of, the most old man said to the doorkeepers. $2,569,699.75: to operate.The -

: of the senate to take the matter up prosecutions. That years monopoly is vig- elections the douma'i is truly'representative able young ministers' in the South "You'll have' to see his doorkeeper Keep Coo:.misiion'i Work.

and finally dispose of it in accordancewith orous fighter and It will fight through a of the people, much more so in Alabama Conference 'ana' is accomplishing tirst- ld one of the policemen at the It Is officially! stated that the Keep Steamer "Monarch" will leave P.I

the wishes of the administration. i all of the courts before it will admit fact than our own house of. representatives of -mucn good...., in. :his chosen field outer door, and Mr. Roosevelt proceeded I commission hopes-:to wake a partial re- afox Wharf at 4 and 8 p. m.. ret*"-
I It has been cornered and labor. to make his wants known to to the president to conditions in
\lit. this beiirg true will not the effect defeated. as the following table shows. Mr. E. M. McCasMlI of Nora's [ port as and
I But whatever WEt one Major Charles Loeffler. :Major Loeffler I ing at 7:30 10:30: p. mM in trr.e:
;_ president has dona the governmental departments some
of ignoring the claims of the people The douma now consists of.444 members hustling young men was a pleasant looked '
Mr. Roosevelt
.
over, was
that for
is helping Mr."Bryan to the presidency time this summer: Just when It does last cars.Florida
.5 of the Isle to recognition and the protection I It is certain that he hasn't intended (ultimately'520)), of whom the- occupations caller afternoon.at Mr. H. C. McDavid's Sunday not particularly impressed with his not know. The commission: has a small ,

of the lag be even morse froma i to help him. He has simply of 311 are given, and with appearance, perhaps, and told him size of government employees
Brother Morley filled his regularappointment army
political point of view? been trying- get credit for; himself! these may be compared In classes at Damascus church last that the president was "busy.?' Then busy along different lines. There are ; and Alabama

The status of the Isle of Pines has and his, party that belongs to Mr. roughly corresponding 334 out of the Sunday with a. good attendance. Mr. Roosevelt tried Secretary Loeb's 'subcommittees galore, with meeting

: been thrashed from Bryan and the Democratic party. This 390 members of our house of represent- Brother hard door with equal lack of success. John
over pro and con, the people.1 Morley ja certainly a places and consideration of everything 'LAND COMPANY
understand and when -
the Hans, the' doorkeeper on guard told
every standpoint and while there are time for atives: worker and is doing: much good. pertaining to their details.
comes them to act
.' they will House Hon. Milton Watson of our town him that the secretary was "busy" too. .r Manufacturers of
many who claim that Cuba is justly : make it known that they are'familiar Fine Chares Planned.
Douma. of While Mr. Roosevelt
Rep's.Peasants was in Milton this week on business was standing and Dealers in
entitled to jurisdiction over the island! r with all of the facts of the great antitrust' ....................... 166 .. and reports having had a good time first on one foot and then on the other, I The general conference' of the Methodist -
*S- has the fight Farmers ....................... 34 24 Episcopal Church South has decided LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES
no one disputed fact that and successful'trip.
yet a luau Irresolute way, be was recognizedby '
Professors and teachers... 23 ..
to erect at the national
capital
.. the treaty between the United States ", Lawyers ................;....;. 28 249 Mr. W. C. McDavid made a flying one'of the secret service men who AND KILN,DRIED SAP.
and Spain at the conclusion of the $ -i Worklngmen ................... 17 trip to Bluff Springs Montfay. had seen him in Sayville on the occasion i a church to cost $ 75,000.
; Merchants .................... 17 7 Mr. W. A.. McLeod, of Milton, was of the president's visit. The detec- i The plans for the erection of a representative
Spanish-American war expressly ceded -' # CASUALTIES OF THEGLORIOUS Doctors .................,...... 15 3 iu our town a day or two ago, the church! of this denomination The
to this'' country all of Spain's pos- *J FOURTH. '$ Clergymen ..j._.........;..... 12 .. guest of Mr. H.. C. McDavid.: tive steered him Into Mr. Loeb's room i I here, it is understood involve the Do You Want
ir Journalists and authors ...; 9 15 In a Jiffy and the secretary hustled
sessions! in the West Indies, with the Atlanta,Georgian. Public officials ...........:... '> IS Two gentlemen from here went out him into the president's office in less abandoning of the! present Mount Ver. ,

exception of the island of Cuba, which I i Engineers ..............:...... 5 .. for a fish last Tuesday, caught a nice time than It takes to set this type. ,. non Place church.] The membership of .
IN released from the 'IH- Manufacturers ....: ......... 2 .. string and brought back a very large this church w11 become the member
; was Spanish yoke Bankers .............. ........ ., 7 alligator hide.. The president happened be in the
and granted independence. The Russians are manifestly more .,Mr. W. A. McDavid of C-amp No. cabinet room at that moment and did ship of the new ,church, and In every BEST

: The senate had. no qualms of conscience Wednesday' of next week will beth democratic. than we observes the Independent 10, near Century, s'pent. a day or two not see his uncle's entrance. This did sense the entity of the Mount Vernon

when it ratified that treaty, Birthday of the nation, the "glori Our theory Is !that laws at home with his family a few days not disturb the old man In the least, place organizational be retained.It .
: is for these that the
Mount
ous" Fourth of, however for he threw himself into resons
and the Isle of Pines was included in July.. I should be made by lawyers, consequently ago.Mr. '
Vernon church h asked to contribute
has returned !
There has been Arthur McDavid. one of the big leather armchairs, tooka
an earnest
its stipulations. The senate was willing effort ] they constitute nearly 64 per Gulf Miss. after'a short $T5O0O toward the project, this being
during the past few years to reform cent of the house to port, long black cigar from his pocket, lit Tackle
t that Porto Rico should become a the celebration of this occasion by although ,they form stay at home with his parents Mr. and it, crossed his legs and breathed a sigh the estimated value: of that church Fishing
only four-tenths ot"1 cent of the .
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part of tne,United States, and'.its present eliminating the noisy nuisances which per Mrs. D. M. McDavid.Mr. of relief. present holdings. .
people of the United States who are citiZen -
5i position on the Isle of Pines ques- have become. a part of the celebration J. K. Keyser a prominent The president spied him in a moment Representative Chareae
In
engaged gainful occupations.: the
In the
is
Ala.
tion seems to be a case ol strain at a and the' '_agitation is growing douma the of Monroe: County With a shout of delight, he cried, A church building costing $275,000 '
peasants' and MdDavid. -\1-: (
workingmen ,
of Mr. HC Baseball and
Golf.
guest Tennis
every year.Fortunately. .
will be the
"Why Uncle Robert! leaving the sen- among most costly ecclesiastical ..
gnat and swallow a camel. \ the use of fireworkson together have nearly half the member- Mr. J. C. Banks, a prominent citizen ators and members of In the structures! of which this Goods the best Phonographs ana :-'
,- The people of the Isle of Pines are this! day has never been so frequent ship notwithstanding the fact that the of Century Is. in our town looking congress I city ords,' the best Dog MedicineBP t :*-'
-
cabinet "How : can boast and ought to be
? I
a '
room. are am magnificent
: vastly more entitled to the protectionS in this section of the country government endeavored to cut down after gom .business Interests.H. you : Bicycles the best Tires, the h-t --

the flag than are the half:civilized as it-has been in the North. We reserve their representation by direct and In- Clyde McDavid. who has charge awfully giadj to see you. When did monument to Southern Methodism Typewriters the best Lock and K":
S of the Hartwell-Vaughn Lumber you get In? Why didn't yon let me I at the national capital "p
Trunk Repairing
our fireworks for Christmas direct methods, and the socialist and Fitting, best
inhabitants' of the Sulu ,Archipelago, season, by the way, which is not one labor union leaders ycotted'the don- Company's plant near Century is at know you were coming This movement; the part of the Gas Lamp, and last, but not iea.='. t->

and the members of the senate. will \\'hiLmor appropriate, for such nui home on business.t As the president fired the volley of Southern Methodists,Is in line with a best Roller Skates?

: probably be called upon by their constituents sances. But we should be thankful ma.In the United States'congress, on the has been exceedingly warm here I.questions at him he rushed up and Protestant' Episcopal 'and a Presbyterian Why gO' to

: to explain the hesitancy of that we are comparatively free from contrary the laborlng'populatin has for the past few days but the rain pumph&ndled him in a way that would movement:for the erection of
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that august body in 'repudiating a the reign of fireworks, except of the not one class representative. In Russia yester 'ay has cooled the atmosphere.BLUFF have struck terror to a less vigorous representative churches In this city.
oratorical variety. man than Robert B. Roosevelt. The In the former Instance it takes the F. B. BRUCEPENSACOLA
'
treaty that would be a blot upon the the peasants constitute 80 per cent
This is not entirely true .however" president devoted half an hour to his form of a national Protestant Episcopal
pa'ges of American history and< declarIng for the use of fireworks and the dead of the population and In the: United uncle right then and there before going cathedral at St": Albans D. C., and
States
about
one.thirdare classified SPRINGS
: the Isle of Pines territory of the ly top pistol. Is not altogether unknown as back: to the waiting statesmen. in the latter instance is manifested in FLORIDA
even down. here and engaged in agricultural pursuits. We I I --"!
are
United States.Jacksonville. vs the recent union of
; not sure but it Is becoming even have here a.ssumed'that the class In the New York
'more gen ral. the douma reported as "rural proprie Uses For Old Stocking Avenue and Assembly Presbyterian
Club
& ice concerns have been ft is a statistical fact that five thou. tors" is approximately equivalent to Special to The Journal. i Don't throw away your oil stacking churches with a, Tlew to the develop Eseambia Pressing )

t jerked into court upon charges of rrople' were killed or wounded by the those In our congress who, put down Bluff Springs June 28. Judge Hallmark They may be past wearing as suCh, ment of a great Institutional organization Pregentlemen's : '

conspiracy in restraint of trade inS tse of fireworks and toy pistols during their occupation as 'fa rin rs." Professors and Mr. Flinn of Pensacola I but there are Sve'f\J good uses to and house of worship. Dyeing, Cleaning and ladies'an3;Clothin:-*: ( ,

,the ,Fourth of July celebrationlast in universities and high schools, were visitors'at the Masonic Lodge which th'may 1-e: v ut It the legs Stature of.. rmr Officers. \'. '
rates $1.00 month _
; only
that they combined to Increase prices. year. This Is a fearful harvestof twenty-one in the douma, are 'wanting her last Saturday. are in good condition and the feet Five feet five iRcfaes is the minimum for and deliver per all work. X : -'

We thought it doubtful Jacksonville! death and demands the most--eLrn.l: In the American house and the same is Mr. Clyde McDavid of Century, was worn out cut cff the latter and the height for commissioned officers entering Intendencia.

could keep out of the investigation est consideration' of the general pub true of the clergy.;The douma has four here:Mrs.Monday on business. little son body, of the stocking makes a fine the army fron; civil life fixed by .
J. T. and ;
lic. Fillingim WALTER MAULTON & CO.J fSelix's
g- business much longer. I priests and one bishop of the Orthodox Fred have returned home from a cleaning rag. For polishing brasses, a general order published by General

the. In spite of, the repeated warnings or. church three Catholic -curates three pleasant, visit to friends at Perdito candlesticks door knobs and the like ,. Bell, chief of staff of the army. The Old Stand.
the harmless
press every year .
t "War on the Trusts looking 'paper-cap pistol continues to Mohammedan mollahs.and 'one Jewish' Ala.Mr. they will be found excellent An old I J|I provision applies Ijo candidates for ap- d

get in.its.deadly work. The vast majority rabbi -S and Mrs. Hendricks of Pen- stocking also makes a good rag for !i i r r pointment as commissioned officers -II"P_ ill!

II Helping Bryan ,, 'of cases of lock jaw which develop -: By profession of faith ,the douma is sacola spent last Monday with their rubbing up a shine on your shoes and 1 I I either In the line cr the staff.

( That the sentiment in favor of William at this season are directly due: composed of 357: Orthodox, 29 Catholic niece Mrs. Will Davison. 'for wiping woodwork with oil it is i Meaning of Red Usats. A Little Setter

to the toyf. I pistol The fact is that,i 5 Protestant, 10 Jewish_and 11 Mo- Miss Annie Bryars, of Mobile, Ala., about as good as flannel. One woman I il In WasUngtpn : a ,red light means
l f Jennings Bryan for the Democratic measured by its ultimate results, the I hammedan members is visiting with her aunt Mrs. Will who does her own work always lips "nothing doing.." When the senate Laundry Work
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i presidential nomination In,1903 has paper cap pistol is one of the deadliest ----.i' D.ck.Mr.: 'an old and footless pair of stockings goes into executive session a clusterof

been greatly augmented by ,the fact weapons we have. The ,Difference :Musical Announcement .f BetrothaL ;'and Mrs.-Boyer are now occupying ,:over,he r arms,.when .housecleaning in I. three red lamps glows above the Is enough better to m.. ..

that the Republican administrationhas Is. that the Injury is to the Decidedly odd was the:way'In whicha I' the Dodge res1dence. j' the"cold' weahet and keeps one with door nearest the house of represent,I change worth while, an i

; youngster who 'shoots it and not to Providence girl recently announced ;Mr. Darner Corley, of Pensacola the foot In to put over her hand when I tives. That signifies to members I STAR work is certainy: .
appropriated many of tile principles those against whom it }Js aime& But her engagement to'a- Boston young I spent Sunday herewith his parents.Mr. she- has' to wipe the stove. Another the house that hive of I tie better than second ;leo'; -

: for which, he stood in )096 .and as an engine' of destruction- it has few man says the New York' Press She Lou Davis has gone to Canton- 'w oman> of original ideas puts on a pair' speech a desire to have 1 very much better than -hI

t 1900 and for which he still stands equals. sent out invitations' to an "informal ment to work In the L. &; N. oSce.: of extra wth| senators that they cannot nary work ttlned out h:, ',.
stocking legs on a .coldday
the This' Is not some "old wife's tale" musical Miss Minnie Powell expects to leaven !! very gratify their deeir*'Just at that time laundries. Try us on your> '
.' there can be no question a.nd.that ; evening. Or arriving. every thus gaining the required warmth because the senators ,,
I. to frighten young America from the a few days for Greenville Ala. are shut In and parcel of soiled linen :
&}: war which' is being waged upon the enjoyment of his legitimate sport. It guest received programme adorned to spend some time with relatives.Mr. without anything burdensome on the performing their executive function of ,whether shirts collars t-it!

t;. trusts is helping to solidify the masses Is not fa -fetched. or hysterical. It with a bow of white ,satin ribbon and Jay Angle, of Bartow is visiting feet '"advising with the president and con. ladles dainty lingerie,

If in his favor la beyond the: shadow oft it a cold fact, and as we have pointed embellished by a sprinkling of hearts. his sister Mrs. Will Creamer and senting or refusing to 'consent to his guarantee satisfaction.

}t: dpubt The Savannah, News one of out is well sustained by the rec. At the top was written. "An evening other relatives and friends who are la Darkest JUrte*. nomina tlona.". S ,
ord o('five thousand accidents mostly with the bride to be." Jhe entire programme lad to see him again. i '*I read the news," said KIng Gooroo When the house adjourns a singlered 'The Star Steamlaundry.

i''. the most conservative and observing fatal, last year was composed of love songs Miss Urna Davis is home again, aftera "And sad I am to see then lamp. over the door nearest the

r of southern newspapers having come It is hoped that the public will and by the time the:musical.story was pleasant visit in Pensacola. She; How.Eamtooils folkS in\u faroS poor Christian nefcthen."That lands senate chamber advises senators that

,: to & realization; of these facts has the frown upon the practice this year., It finished the girl was receiving congratulations was accompanied by her sister Mrs.! the representatives have knocked .

J following to say with reference to the is hoped that parents will ,wake up from her friends. The supper Ed Pjnney and children, who will rank 'canned missionary'. stew W'APr ri !IT. off
to a realizing sense of the danger in- cards were decorated with a'few ban spend some time-with her mother Mrs.; I had today for dinner RCHOFIELD.Read 37 E8NUn, St. Phone 114.

matter: >'olvedln; the use of the toy pistol of. the, wedding march:, from "Lohen Davis. } rm'BUra. was not a saintly man.. :, Penaaeota. FU
The"-war'the presIde $ making on and win keep it out of reach of the grin. Mrs.. Dora Don ldson and Mrs. Dan -, !. But OSB8 1l1ai0a.7atnaer.. 'ieJ1..XoT1t.JY,** The Journal Want Ads.:


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY OR'NING JUNE I
29; 1906, ,
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We 'the .
C Help Doctor


Seen, Heard and Done Among Those '.M FEDERATION ,I; to Help You


Tarry & Women and Society Here I I I,

'. OFLABOR r !1
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By E. NELLIE'.BECK. Telephone I, I When you:,bring your prescription to

. : handle of this) store, you'll receive pure, 'fresh
best
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::: of Great Labor Organize. drugs:accurately compounded by registered '
AN OVERWORKED WORD: I IA ; if it Isn't : pharmacists. That's the way we

,.,. II-'nt servant with public hoarse c of cares voice 7he" Journal's I is$., ode High' ; Lion Shown by Recent help the doctor to help you. And we'll

TV w ,.i-aMng to a crowd that reached I \ Beef. : deliver medicines quickly, too. We
I; ? ? nostrum to back stairs; I J/oaf,_ Report don't
; charge anything extra for this
AI'p spoke his audience Beef, !
"ti and wept and laughed, 1 I Ham I high-grade service, but less than is

?,,, in I! on3 in the gallery yelled: Turkey, I Special! to The Journal. usual with most drug stores.
", Id ly, what's your graft". : Beef
: St :Washington June 28.-During the i

,. .- ,\h.spered of his love ( ; i : Sausa'ge from October 1. 190-5, to June I, : .
A .',1 :\1,:. heart's desire. g ( !; Cheese I ,the American Federation of La 'I'i
,cried to his pleadings, isu&i 215 charters as follows:
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"B y ,' .' -i 1 in his words of fire : international unions; four state W. A D'AlemberteDRUGGIST
'. -could he believe it, .1 : : I ? 43 city central bodies; 64 fed ,
Al
10hE' gone quite daft I labor unions and 101 local trades
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.' ,. ,i hOb, George, it's lovely; I There are now associated ,AND APOTHECARYNo.
k, '. me, what's your graft?" dF & ; the, American Federation of La-
1 118 international unions 36 state
,
121 S. Palafox'St. Telephone No. 109
'. ,, 'i:ai\' of God 674 city central bodies, 720
' 'i n"; .ariarchal.beard; /q\ trades and federal unions a Let us fill your, prescriptions. We have filled over two hundred thousand
.i; .l save the heathen )qI \ of 26, 320 local trade unions 'di- since we have been in business.
'A : cannibal islands steered 391., and indirectly affiliated with
tired the river. organization.' The receipts of the
th.J',j Ji i-re cam up unto his craft I i\\ during the period! from Oc

a, .. i chief who hailed him with:. to June of this year amounted to
!h. .v-p': What is your graft?" 1.I ,' which together with a bal ; need have no terrors for you

L\ IL I! II 'II 1 I on hand made on a total November of $264,040.1, 1905 The of WASH j! DAY if you send your washing to
daughter tired with play,
: ;
u' 'ii''!Ait ; ; '
to knee during: this period were The New Method
:u. ; -d slowly: my Laundry,
." .,,imrmunng she was hungry 605 S. ,13"8 leaving a balance on June 1, PHONE 1186: E.,LAWRENCE, Prop. No.8 WEST ROM ANA ST.
::'.., castled close to me., ( of $97,903. An assessment of
in favor of the International
: the of milk
'1'.1 nee orought cup ;
at: J. VIDAL 1 Union was levied by the
as. she slowly quaffed,
. .:,\ltl..:''ie' innocent enquired: I / iti a full Federation, of which all but

"'!ismamma cw aft?!" whath's __your your: developed has been during paid. the recent meet Jack Hooton's' Announcement!

-New York Stint'A .' of the executive council of the
-+- Federation of Labor that at
EOC1ET.Y NOTE FROM 0 there are fifty one trades

ENTERPRISING! OKLAHOMA. ; who holding are members current of State working leg.

\t. Oklahoma: editor makes a re- I M I Organized labor is at odJs
&' .I.', m this wise: "In last week's : Congress and the administration
." ,: this paper the statement was its failure to enact legislation in 870;
1,0. 'hat: from our information behalf and they have entered on
f..-,<'a that the present Mrs. Kiehle Special to i systematic campaign to put only We take great pleasure in announcing to our
'[;, wje of Jonas, was a lady of edu- 1 unionists in federal positions
and the that will have withus
June patrons general public we
and the State
.:ai+!Ion and refinement Since that as ia Congress
:uaiicanon we had a personal inter after an IaturIn his report to the exe- for the following days only June 27, 28, 29, 30, and

: fw with that female person and re- last I council, President Samuel Gom- July 2, an expert optician, representing the celebrated ,
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has been
*td our opinion. She struck us saysi .Subterfuge res
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."-, forcibly (with the butt end of a \ she made '! to by the Committee on Judi-- firm of A. K. HA WKSS CO., Atlanta Ga., the I

!iujcg;: > whip) a? being more athletic here with respect to the hill to de largest and most favorably known optical establish-
be ; and limit the issuance of injunc
than re I-d. Whatever else may
said of her, we can truthfully say that day 'sees II in labor disputes. Objection i Is ment in the South.
sir '3 a good fighter."-Maimi Me : to the ship subsidy bill in so
:ropohs intoJ 'as it provides for compulsory mer He Will Test Eyesight and Fit Glasses.The .
1 naval service. A number of
-A.V--
of the House have expresses( Doctor is a graduate of one of the leading
THE
DEPARTURE OF DR. KOCHIS
GENERALLY AND EARNESTLY A FORM OF : ) ns willingness to aid labor in the Ophthalmic Colleges in the United StateS: is thor-
demands
actment of just legislative
REGRETTED BY THE PEOPLE. The! little1( vacatioi\
Rabbi Samuel Koch left Thursday I. sidered by provident mothers at the : : ; existing conditions, especially by science. including Retinoscopy, Ophthalmology -
morning: for Denser Colo., where he ,'present time, are planned with the idea ) domination of the House of Rep
: etc. and has had long experience in his
specialty.
of tDlaund' still by the Speaker, through
will visit his parents foi month before belogioool; easy ,and llis E. '
going to Seattle to eater.upon his dressy looking This white fawn dressi ( Cary make-up of the committees. Rememberthat
new duties. a variation of the suspender dress. Friday,

The scene at the station was very To a simple gathered "waist"-and skirtis I"I ,aljjglad THE ORIGINAL. we have arranged this engagement and securedthe
A added a shaped" stitched collar and /of & Co.. Chicago, originated
affecting. of /
of the congregation majority : ,.of the_Temple members straps,' the straps extending to the charming and Tar as a throat and lung services of a man of ability and reputation and
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D th-E1. waistline and "buttoning on to the L'T and on account of the great
including many'of the Sunday narrow belt. Th-rs.-can be removed and popularity of Foley's that we, personally guarantee his work.
school scholars was tnere to see + M.
aim depart and it is safe to sap that. and the ofress 'wornwithout! it if de : to and Tar many imitations are All examinations are free and only regular prices

I if heartfelt good wishes: are as potent the for imitations the genuine.have similar These will be charged for glasses. .

as they probably are,there is no away is a jeal Joss. to the city. would. Beware of them.
doubt! as t0 all Dr. Koch's paths being The young rabbi brought to this, for pleasant ones all his life. ,
his first field a.fterthe University, not are
From ...e any of his arrival In Pen only the zeal, and ambition; of earn July. in refuse a yellow any package.substitute. Ak It is for the it obtain the highest class of professional service in

sacola! four years ago Dr. Koch's influence 1 est youth, but a zeal tempered by intelligence I1 remedy for coughs and colds. this line by taking advantage of this opportunity.Bear .
has been an uplift to his con- and 'an: ambition governed visiting D'Alemberte, druggist and
A. in mind the dates-June 27, 28 27 30 and
gregation, and that influence has per by culture and a genuinespirit of humane i .
meated the community until his going fellowship that .was admirablein I Lee July 2. : '
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theory and, practice. Perdido Chas. A. Green, representing A. .
First and above 'everything, Dr : We warn Hawks, of Atlanta, Is in the city. -

Koch prides himself upon, being a ,' fish in need of glasses call on him at Lavadry Starch. = ......,,- --U ....
TUMQRSJPEREDSERIOUS Jew-not an Israelite, nor a Hebrewbut ( ; Pharmacy. Laundry starch is the despair of A" -
a Jew-:respectinr. himself as a
: many housewives who wopder why
Jew and thereby compelling .the respect -
I the home washed shirts and collars can
OPEHaTlGHS AVOIDED. I of all, who met him for himself Bonifay. [ HAWKE'S MAN
and through him for the Jews as: :a of never have the required stiffness and Until July 10
Unqualified Success of Lydia E. Pink. people.Of of gloss. Try mixing an ounce of white
ham's Vegetable Compound In the young, and attractive personalIty of IS AT HOOTON'S wax with two ounces: of spermaceti
Case of Mrs. Fannie D. Fox. rich iq Intellectual gifts and of his sister melting them together by gentle heat
sincere spirit well. bred and tactful Miss Then when you have: made your. regu-
E.One Pinkham of the greatest Vegetable triumphs of Lydia the prospects are that Pensacola will :. has been ; C. A. GREEN, OF WELL lar starch add td it a lump of mixed : Gamela
Compound is
M.
the conquering woman's dread I one o.ay refer. with pride. to the fact wax and epennafeti' about the size of
Tumor. enemy that one of the most distinguished 1 Everhart here KNOWN EYE GUASS HOUSE a walnut (if you :have a large amount
The of of starch) and le 'this melt In the hot
growth a tumor is so sly that ministerial : HERE FOR A FEW
frequently its presence is not suspected .Miss starch; mix In thoroughly. The result ,I
until it b far advanced. where he was. a good progressive' i i Cornell DAYS.. will be stiffer starch and a high gloss. I
citizen. AsparagusReduced
..... I been for The Refrigerator. I

LAUNCH: AND SURF 'PARTY Dr. C. A. Green, representing A. The refrigerator should be looked !1 1o"er j i
FOR MISS RICHARD'S. GUEST
Hawkes &: Co., of Atlanta the often and food that will not lie .
MISS PALMTOP. MOBILE.The Burhans. known spectacle house, is at used again should be removed at once. :
to 30c
bay party given Wednesday :. Pharmacy for a few days It should be cleaned thoroughly at
night by several young men, complimentary you glasses. Dr. Green is an ex least once a week with hot water and
to Miss Ida. Palmes of Mobile in the eye glass business and soda and then clear cold water, wiped
the attractive'guest of 1'Nell by 'who are Interested will do well perfectly dry ant left open often to !i Per 3 lb. Tin
Richards, was a 'very'delightful affair. of Foley's see him. the air before replacing ice or food. i I
v The trip was 'made, on a launch]I stopped I All food placed;; in the refrigerator !I I I
round the. bay and'over to the lifesaving pain Dr. Chas. A. Green, representing A. should be covered l, as one food is Ua-I
the I f of Atlanta, is in the city.] .
station where a dip in r Hawks ble to counteract!.the' flavor of .
surf was greatly enjoyed and added I have in'iieed' of :gtes&es call on him at! as sliced cucumbers In the same com. I

zest to the delicious luncheon car 'those tQn's Pharmacy.A pertinent with butter spoils the butter. I ICamphor II
ried.The that : -* Former price
cured to
gentlemen in the party were Ice. I,I
(41 FanltielFox }Ir. Frank Welles: :Mr. Walter Mow Camphor Ice "Web Is made with I
bray, Mr. OfieJiur&t, Mr Ernest Mr. Tom Mc- bladder any one Glass of Soda Smooths olIve oil Is an cud, tried remedy for :I was 40 cents.
Voy, Mr. Wa.lteJennett..
and'is easily made. :,
hands
: 'no. rough very
Mr. White,.Mr. Edgar Out EndsLover's
So-called Hurst Herman
-
"wandering pains" may ; Things Take three drams of camphor, three of 1 in
COme from its early stages, or the Langford, Mr.Will Richards] Mr. Ray I Lay a supply
of
and three
Quarrels white beeswax spermaCeti .
Miss Pal
presence of danger may be made manl mond Richards, the girls I
iest ,'Miss Flossie ; add two ounces of sweet olive I
by profuse monthly periods,accompanied mes, and Miss 'Richards ChUd.1
by unusual pain from the Boyer, Miss.Edith Lusk, Miss Blanche I I : holding I Makes mama and the oil. Put the mixture into an earthen :I now. It is a
abdomen through the groin and thighs. Reager Miss Blanche. White, If you have mysterious pains, if there Lois Houlettec and Miss Atsinger,I and let It celt into a smooth' mass. It
are indications of inflammation or displacement chaperoned by:Mr, and Mrs. Dick for his business duties. There's will be white and almost translucentwhen most delicious I

secure a bottle of Lydia E. McAllister.- -., and those nothing so refrehingand; bracing cold. Whll? it is in a lIquid form .
nnkham's Vegetable Compound right .=-+- will be pour Into little ja a.Burlaced'Wails..
and
away' and begin its use. HIGH SCHOOL: ,?SOPHOMORE : building.N. on a hot day as a glass of ; palatable

ftve.\Irs.Pinkham her of Lynn, Mass., will MISS .ETTA, R ;I.t..V( WON our ice cream soda >fiavored.wJUi .,
you advice if will write
her about yourself. She you is the daugh- THE P..K.. YONGE M .DAL. Privileges pure'fruit flavors. or one of our There Is this advantage"to burlap as summer food.
ter-ln.lawof Lydia E. Pinkham and was awarded the and a wall covering:;:;It may be recolored
Reify are limeade
for twentySveyearshas been Miss Etta : I many; different, I when it fades wIthout removal from
advising Yonge medal in the contest on picnic
P. K.
sick women free of charge. Miss 'Rei ly. Tis .a.. sophomorein be given : phosphates; I the/walls. Either,a dull' or glazed fin I -
History I
Dear, ales Pinkham. the ;High SCIt OI, The- announce. 11ts of iE I ish may be given, It, The first cost of i i
.,' I take the hberty to congratulate you on ment was made W.ednesday'mornIng. Brandon burlap far exceeds that of paper of
w medfcme+success I have had with your wonderful Other contestants who received hon COFFEE, the same general? effect, but Its wear- I

"opped. Shortly Eighteen after months I felt ago eo my badly periods that orable mention In the 'order named Ing qualities make'.it less expensive in Sol Cahn & CO.

J submitted to a thorough'examination by a were, Miss Margaret Campbell also of TO Hot, Biscuits and Rolls everymorning the end. '* '--
tolrsicta.n! and was told that I had a tumor the sophomore, class;'Miss Rosie Zung. after at 5 o'clock. i[
P.Jd" would hare to undergo an operation. freshman and Miss Occie Clubbs. : on To Brighten a Dull Fire.
Soon after I read one of TOUT advertise- .. I I on fire by The Pure Food Store.
!nts and decided to give Lydia E. Pink- senior.. Instead of hurrying a slow
harp'a Vegetable Compound a trial After The winner ol the Helen Fisher:I I not pouring on kerosene, which Is a very
taking five buttles as directed the tumor is medal wll\'be announced'in,school this dangerous remedy try sprinkling over Southwest Comer Palafos and Ir.'endencia
"?*"*'J gone. I have been examined by: a morning. j' I; E. E, Kandy Kitchen Cafe. It bits of'grease pr pieces'of.fat pork
pyacian and he says I have no signs of I 178
a :
tumor now. It has also brought my periods JAIL: S Palafox. Phone 999 and you will' .have..a .bright fire in a Phones :4 8O
Collins, having your 104 '
around once more, and I am entirely Mr. and Mrs. I "Blue t few minutes and< with no danger. of
Ae11=Fannie D. Fox 7 Chestnut Street sold their'residetice: 1011 North Barce- the explosions. >"

&adford Pao 15 .F. .' : lona ,to Mrf W M vI Falk are moving I Blue } i





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. PAGE SIX THE. PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING- I JNE 29. 1905 ,

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A 14 Per Cent., REAL ESTATE For Sale, 1

: ) i GOOD HOMES
Man Sho'uld Have
Every a. I $1600-5 room cottage E. Strong St ,
PropositionTwo 'near 9th Ave.. 60x132.

BARGAINS $ 600-Lot 60x150, E. Jackson street AT!: MODERATE PRICES.

houses on East 'Governmentstreet between 7th and 8th Aves. "r ,
Definite in Life $ 600-3 "lots' in block 170 New City.
Object > brin'ging in $168 per:.year rents. We desire especially. ..call the attention of those desiring comfortable -
This is "GOOD THING.- for 12G0.Q0A .11400-Store and dwelling on WrightSt.
I :; $ homes lat m.oderate prices to the following which we h-.v
REAL BARGAIN.A cor, 7th ave. 'gathered 'together: and offer for this week. If you are interested
Ai FINE PIECE OF BUSINESS I $1500 6 E. Jackson St and
cottage,
: and that object should' to have a home! If you are '. : I room: the foilowlng' does not suit: you, call In and see us. We have othp>
i $ 700-4 ; 132 New City.
lots .block
I not a home owner you are losing valuable tfm! every day FOUR ROOM HOUSE, ONE PROPERTY ON. THE SOUTH, SIDE! $3150-Splendid, bargain, in residence to offer, :. !! ,. S
1- you let go by without.making some arrangements to obtain BLOCK FROM BUSINESS DISTRICTON ; .
it There's no man but that'can own a home. Others LOT 28 OF E.: INTENDENCIA- NEAR TAR- on North H'.ll. No. 307 West.ci ase'.StJ. a;large one-story, six room dwelling.in .
t have bought homes and paid< for them and YOU can too. FEET FRONT BY 170 ,. $1500- Block3 113 and 270, W. K. perfect. condition. '. .... .. . . .. . .$3.bo
;. FEET DEEP,, FOR RAGONA $TR ET -HIS IS A, $1500-4 room cottage, 7th Ave., near i
Much < desirable -location. six
depends on the way you start. No: 602 NHayp.e .St a room dwelling,

$1000. I BARGAIN :oKIN-G"I INTO. Gad den St.",, 75x110. lot 80' by 150, feet.. '. .. I' .. . .. . . 2.350
WORTH '
This house rents for $96 per year Various other properties for the ask- \
and while it i ing.- If want to or sell see No. 1005N. Dayis, St., large two story eight room dwelling with
fair interest buy
you
pays now
We Can Start You Right. is sure to increase a in value. FIVE LOTS AND A 2-STORY RESIDENCE -I us. servauts house, large lot fronting on two streets. 1,800:

LIST YOUR NEW CITY., CORNER 10th Loans made on Real Estate Security No. 532 E. Gregory St.,'a well built and commodious seven room I
PROPERTY WITH ME in any amounts., dwelling Iqt fronts on two.streets . . . ,1,600 :
: \ FOR SALE. I ICAN SELL IT.iESLIElTBROQKS.- 1.> '
S Better see us about this question of'a.home. right away., I AVENUE AND .11th STREET. 'A No. 427 E Intendencia St, comfortable six room dwelling. 1,500
Write call or hello BARGAIN IF No. 812 West Government St., a new five room dwelling with
SOLD AT ONCE.
L. S. BROWN 6 CO."WE large lot.-1., ..-.. .'. '. . . . . . 1.500

No. 601 East Belmont St., a neat five room dwelling in good

[Phone 482 Fi her/Bulldiri SELL LOTS." order ;. ,4 .. ..... .. . . '" . . ',25Q

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

Pensacola Investment .. . .. .. .
Company FOR REMT lot 40 fee }Iby 170 feet. .. .. 1,075HOOtON I

HELP WANTED Agents New York .

A. H. D'ALEMBERTE, City, Manager. ......., ,
*w **"* *******-
Life Insurance Company. RENT AND: GARDEN produce free to
W. UiCWUS, President R. B. SIMPSON, Secrstarr. WIANTED-Men', everywhere; 'good satisfactory family to occupy good j 1' WATSON.Leading

J.L STILLMAN Y-Pres. anl: GeL Mana er. KNOWLB BUR, Treuurer.Kael pay; to distribute'jcjrculars, .adver 8 E. Government Street. house and care for property, during j & .
tising matter tack signs etc:; no can
the short distance from
Estate, loans, General Investments. vassing. Address National Distributing ; Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. city. summer' Address a"House" care Journal.I j Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.

215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida. Bureau, JOO Oakland Bank Bldg.-1 21june. I
Chicago Ill. 2SJ1W: HONE 54 No,37b.PAL.AFOXST.1: P. 0. BOX "-_
: IL -i- FOR RENT-Five-room cottage East!

I, _ WANTED: : :JULY 1-Saw. nler'for 20 Gregory near. Railroad shops, $8 ; aJsJwJ" ... --' ',,,,,,, ....
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M capacity circular mill wh'o can A Nice Little Home per month. C. R. Yaeger Thiesen
also look after and keep up enginesand building. Phone 6S6. june19 --
F F. machinery. Have automatic -----
A WHITE & CO gummer ;- On East Cervantes street fronting! -; -
and filing machinery. Give references -
BargainIn south lot 80 ft. by 137i/4feet deep 5j j FOR RENT-Modern two-story house
and' state expected. I
Artesian Well wages, room cottage new and modern, c:tyj j' with large grounds, partly under '
DrillersFor
Address: J. M. Russ Lumber Co.,
cultivation located in northern subj -] Don't Real Estate in Pensacola
Collins, MIss: ; 24Junelw -water, two bocks. Can from.'car sell on: line easy nice payments -II IIneighborhood. j' urbs. For information address ori! Buy

Saw Mills and just the ". apply to the Pensacola Investment!
Water Front place f9 a working
!
Property WANTED-Carrier boys at The Journal ]
| ior
-Co. else until get
office. man with a small amount. of money ; 9jUne!, anywhere you an
Turpentine! Stills Especially. to L'pay aown. I
FOR RENT-2 nicely furnished! II"
$2500 Geneva, Ala., and- 'Gracevilie" Fla. ANTE'D-Uen and boys wanted, -$1550.-- rooms for re.t'to gentlemen only;; ,ABSTRACT OF. TITLE
% We have three newfirst-classdrill learn plumbing plastering, brick- Apply to Mrs. Hester, 420 W. Chase! :
On East -
Jackson and Gadsden t
,
2-story 8-room house lot 240x .
\For laying. Special offer life ..scholar hip St. Phone 1095. 2junelm
EuO, on Bayou Grande. Good water. ing machines. We are prepared to fifty dollars, easy payments; position streets where'the car turns off 16th i I i. TO THE PROPERTY.
put In wells from four to twelve inches ave. into Jackson street in block 9i; I : ,
: guaranteed; free catalogue. Coyne j FOR RENT-A. R. Bingham has storage -

'$2000 I in dlameter.andfrom-! hundred to Bro Trade Schools .New.: 4Yorkc*Chicago of lots the, 100 New feet City running Tract through I have five the,{ room for rent suitable for furniture !; IS YOUR TITLE GOOD ?

I sixteen! hundred feet in depth. We St Louis. 16j. block. These lots face south on the I or other goods. 104 and 106

edge For lot one-story 120x200.cottage on bayou on Grande.water's do our work.promptly.. We guaranteesatisfaction. WANTEDr and house. St. building lots in the whole: of We make it business to find the
In .619 N..Baylen I FOR RENT-A nice 5 room cottage and correctly, come to us. our
Hill, very desirable neighborhood.)
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$3200Buys' We give the best of references. 8June. /- : For on N. Spring St., With bath, gas etc.I] answer. :
quick sale they go at . .$2100!
j real estate to let make abtrac'I
The lots'of ]' at $15.00. Inquire Fisher Real Estate If you have jany sell, us you an
( one-story cottage, 5 rooms WANTED-Everyone to Know that f City tract east 8 B'ock 171. New"(I Agency. Ijune'I' now. Don't wait; until you have found the purchaser, but have "
between 14th and 15th
The Journal has clean old before hand.
nice
o Bayou Grande, 63x250. pa j answer.ready
APPLY TO For Farm Turpentine or pers for sale cheap. Only. five cents i aves.block and from 10th the and 11th line.streets one' FOR RENT-Elegant two-story resi-I i An Abstract! will not make a good title out of a bad one. bu ..

TimberLands, bundle. :- pretty lots car They are! dencc, corner Strong and Sprin? Sts. i' will often enabl the'owner to do so by showing him existing defect
and a good speculationat.
; LARGE. OR' SMALL' QUANTITY T'I I . .. . .. .. _. .. .$1550I Apply to C. H. Turner. lOmay- which he may bs able to remeIy.i : .

Mrs M. L L. Surgi Call on or Address WAMTfl '1 ]i

Turner Aymard have two beautiful lots on the corner FOR R.E-'T-Two: very desirable The Pensacola Abstract Company
of Jackson and 18th Ave.. over- stores on first floor of Manhattan ,
: Care M. E. Clarke, Real Estate and Abstrat: Co. WANTED-First-class hat cleaning;' looking the bay. two'blocks from the! hotel Corner Garden and Baylen. ; Incorpo ated,
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Pensacola, Fla. P. O. Box 115 DeFunlak Springs Fla Old hats made new. Cleaning car line, two blocks from the bayou, Just completed and arranged in first
,._ __- pressing and blocking. Satisfaction! two blocks from the bay. faeirig-south.Ii j class shape. For terms particulars, i iI PHONE 393. t'14 N. PALAFOX Sf. BARRY L GRAHAM, Gen. Mar.I .

guaranteed. Panamas, 50c. "Straws* This is one of the prettiest bUilding|I etc., apply Hooton & Watson. 29Apr, .,. A". ....... -I .._-.- _= .__.._-,- _,.- _.,.,..'"
25c. Felt, 35c. Derbys 25c. Victor: :. lots on the whole of East Hill. The I,, .
: Professional! i ;
Directory Louis 100 E. Intendencia street. All'! 'I property is' well worth ?800, would be -
FOR RE.\7-Second Lln.I
.,... story over
"" vim Double InValue come in. 19 jnlm ; cheap at that price. I will sell the denstruth's Jewelry store. Suitablefor FOR SALE I LOST

two lots if' old at'once for . .$775 I offices sleeping quarters or stor- _.
T G. YATES M. D WANTED-All. owners or poultry to _.*- j age rooms. Lee DatielL 24apr New eight; room house with hall 10th
for the LOST- One sunburst with 35 '
know that are agents cef
., we jebraied L'st your property with me and I Ave. and 16th St. This place has to be i w.
Conkey's .Poultry Remedies. and bar pin with 11 pearls. Lon
will sell it. .. 7au> one
i FOR RENT-8-room, 2-story Cottage seen to be appreciated.4 .V
OPTICIAN inside Guaranteed to cure cholera t* Palafox street, between 132 E u
rupe rTi .
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S18 W. Belmont Apply to Walker Lots 3, 4and 5, block 140 New
306 THIESEN BUiLfilfiIN. gape and to kill fiea's. lice and mUei MONEY\at the market rate of interest -, Itgraham. April20 City . 4. .. .; .. te .$600 mana and E. Romana. Reward t<>r-
Also their wonderful egg producer F. turn to Miss Katheleen Hutchiu.- ,
on City real estate. ; Bocks: 125 and 12j6 Petterson Addition
S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. 231.18apr. .I I 132 E. Romana. I'ty.:
\V ANT .-Real Estate ror sale or water front, :new six room

WM, D. HOWE, of a YearThat /Bullock rent le *a or exchange. Your business house on same.. .. > .. ., .$1,600
,4 ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW WILL BUILD HOUSES-on installment -;! J. W. Jr." respectfully solicited. J. A Wilson Block 63 East King Tract. .$2,600 ,
-plan, or cash. You own the i: Real Estate Agent, 22 ft W. Government Lot 7 to 14. Inclusive block 171. For Sale.SHOWC4AJSESWIALLCASES.

r 14'/z EAST GOVERNMENT ST. lot I furnish the money and bUlk < I Room 405 Thiesen Bidg. street Room 7. Salisbury New City.. .. .;; . .. .$1,600
Is what a great deal of real estate house. You pay monthly same 8.31 building. Phone 172. 23jan i : AND ,
In Pensacola: is 'going to do and rent, in a short time house is your... Phone 161. 'SAFES. APPLY OR ADDRESS P.
1 DIRECTORYJoppa some of it is in the following list: Pay rent 20 years. It still! belongs to. J.A. WILSON & Co. LINiD'ENSTRUTH' THE JEWELER,

t -"WWVWtflJraWMtnfln_mn_ _Half block In New City fronting the other man. Will also put down HOTELS. I PENISlACOLA, FLA.
Calalona! square. .. . .. .$750 wells with good pump. 2-inch galvanized Real Estate Agents, I .__ _
Lodge No. 6 I. 0. 0. F.
Half block in East King Tract. .tn pipe with brass cylinder attachment WantedWANTEDTo COMMERCIAL Salisbury Building, Room 7
: Joppa Lodge No.6, L 0. 0. F.. ,' ,I .. HOTEL DeFunlak, : FOR SUE--Show case, wal! pa- -
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 settled neighborhood.$700 will ake water fly from a well Fla.-New management; newly fur. ,. I and safes. All in first class eli
o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall. Belmont 'One-fourth block:on Toledo square, 40 to 100 ft deep, and so easy a child I! buy some lots on Eait nished; free bath and sample rooms; tion. Apply to P. Lin-leasturn.!

Nt and Baylen street. Visiting brethren New City .. .. .. .. .. ..$800 can pump it Costs but little more Hill! for investment; must be cheap\good meals and good beds. Travel- Miscellaneous jeweler, Pensacola, Fla. 2:.J I 1111'
than the, old dU'g well. All .and convenient to Address "In- ,
car.
satisfactory solicited. ,
aro cordially Invited. Lots on 11th and 12th avenues New i ing men especially: Rates $2 _. --

T. H. FLEETWOOD N. G. City at .. .. .... .. .. ..$200 prices.before F- you M. Williams pay! a cent., 'Contractor Get my I. 24jlw vestment* 417 E. Zarra'gossa St. per day. Mrs. M. H. Stanley, Prop. NOTICE Having installed machinesfor FOR SALE-Second hand 25 H. P

J. W. GINGLES, Sec. 200x132% feet on East Hill carline and Builder Room SOS Thiesen Build- 29may.: the manufacture of 'galvanized boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply"'

31jan6m. .1: ... . .. .$1250 New Method Laundry. 13AP-
Phone 802 1 WANTED-To iron cornice skylights; cornce gutters -
ing. ring. sell
ljunelm a lot of old papersat PARK HOTEL Why pay $2.50 per
Lots in East. King Tract'or West > circular mouldings, etc., I FOR SALE-Registered flerksb re
5c a bundle.! Apply at this of. day when you can get as good room am now I
Penwicola Lodge, N '. 3. K. of P. King Tract very cheap and on easy WANTED-We want your orders for fice. They are all! whole clean and and bed for 50c. Coolest place In|I i prepared to do sheet metal ,work of hogs; best of breeding. Ask fd
meets every Monday evening at 8 terms.: Improved property. In West 1907 'Art C<,;t ndars. Over 300 orIginal I I nice. Pensacola. Special rates by the weekor I(i all kinds on short ot1ce. Satisfaction I catalogue. Carl Setterlind, ChllJll':I

o'clock at their temporary Castle' Hall King Tract.Inciting: 10 per"cent ,on Investment designs to select from. All WANTED-D. B. White I month. One block from postoffice.I assured. Estimates cheerfully] Fla. ,
over Pou stable. W. Intendencla St. wants: your
Mayes Printing' Co. given on work In or :outside the city.
prices. Pensaco .U 1
hauling and transfer 22may. FOR SALE Male Jerseyea'f in i
Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. See us In regard to Lake View Hay. la IGfeb. work. Satisfaction Chas B. Vetter, 15 ;;W. Intendencla.!
J. A. KIRKPATRICK C..C. guarnteed. Address 1501-N old. Will deliver at 6 week"j.
en Property. Prettiest place .In. New Phone698.
MILL front.
H. HORSLER K. ,of R. & S Sth Ave., or phone 981. OLD INN-on bay Opens i 25maylm dress P. 0. Box 478, city. 2 jllll' If
City and is on Bayou Tex .
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WANTED-The public to know thai June 1. Large airy and delightfully i i

.f A1. Meetings ot the we can do all kinds of repairing; MATTRESSES RENOVATEDNew cool. Good fishing, bathing and SANTA ROSA-PavlUon, L. S.- S. offers ; FOR SALE-5-room house, ha i ,' ,
D. Hale Wilson & Co. float building norse tick furnished if First class table. On electric '
Mi' Knights of Coiumous shoeing etc. J. desired. Guaran boating. the best accommodation for other impro?ments at 911) N
G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feb teed. Crapet taken up and matting car, line, 15 minutes: ride from city. bathing and recreation to be found i lot 100x110 feet on '
;? are held at their hail Phone 234 l 15 South Palafox I' on ave; room '
No. & West Intenden I WANTED.-Electric, work of ah kind. laid if desired. Leave orders at Regular boarders and transients. the Gulf of Mexico j Launch Leclair, for another house.$1 !" ,
Green & : reasonable.. Address Old Mill
cia street on every Let us ct: >1.n! ycur fans, repair your Wation. Phone 193. "mar Te r leaves city wharf daily at SOO a. m. 6-room house 7th St. and! :H :

%: t'.v47 Monday evening at dynamo do jour wiring, etc. Pin Inn. ,Pensacola, Fla. (may Phone 659. Chas H.; Burton, ITgr. ave. . . . .$1'' '

7:30 o'cIock.:1 !n- I 5.4 _ 570. Pensacola: Elecirij Co.. 205: S. Money to Loan.MONEY BROWN" HOUSE-DeFuniak Springs. 12may. 7 .' S. W. corner blk. 220, Wes;;; K -
I pr vitatloas extended \ Baylen. --_ Tract, consisting of 6 lots, b- '
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Good beds airy rooms elegant
to, visiting Knights. : TO LOAN-Everybody borrows meals; free bath and sample rooms.I I If you will look around the house ful site for summer home. .!: '.
JOHN B. JONES The to will find lot ct' J. A. WILSON & CO., Sallsbur H <
j;' S. LEONARD WANTED.- public know that money from Jno. A. Hall & Special attention to traveling men. you a ,ways In which
,
Recorder. Grand Knight! : REAL old newspapers can be bought at Co., 14}& E. Government St. When in Rates J2.00 per day. J. R. Brown you can use old newspapers. You FOR SALE-Don't fail to g. \! ," -
this office for five cents a bundle. They need call on us. Prop. can buy them In any! quantity at this prices. I carry a full line of [..I

are all clean and nice.wANTEDCarra'ges_ .. office. They are put!; up in bundles. Ing material. Sash, doors and !
Daughters of Rebekah. MONEY LOANED HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES convenient to 'carry ind sold at five -
on all kinds of ] a specialty. Joel Frater, Baer:-
Naomi Lodge No. 10, Daughters of repairedand repainted property on short notice.perUronal -Before laying your carpet or matting cents per bundle. :; wharf. !17. Ie

Rebekah ireets every Monday nightat ; floats built to order; horse Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co.. 2 W. buy a supply! of old newspapers
8 o'clock In L O. O. F. hall. 'Visit ESTATEAN shoeing a specialty. 'J.- G."Welsh Carol Romana. Phone '1165. ifeb to put underneath and protect it Only MATTRESSES AND' ;' FURNITURE- MARINE AND STATIONARY ::.''

ing sisters cordiallv Invited to be pres.cnt. riage Co.. 27feb i five dents a bundle at this office. Mattresses made to>-order; old ones GINES for sale. Wonder GI'-,. .of
MONEY TO LEND-On gOOd real ea- renovated.. New ticks; fumished. ,
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MBS. B. R. W1TKOV3KI WANTED.-The Mercaantg TranSle'I'' tate security or on good collateral FERRELL HOTEL-saeads, Florida. Second hand furniture bought and Engines are the simpliest, :str! ': ;.1
MISS WILLIE" KENDRICK. Sec. Co. wants your moving and : I at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks Rates $2.00.per day. Nice rooms sold. Upholstering and repairing and best engines on the mark; t '

.-, Ei All breakage guaranteed.. T.- B. TnorI Fisher 'buildlns. 21Jan good beds, table the best J. M. Fer- 114 E. Belmont St., city phone gone.771. the money. Send for catalogue .''.i j

M..'E.. B. A.No., 81, ,meets first and sea Prop. Phone 978. ISJunelat; MONEY -ell, Prop. 17apr Davis Mfg. Co.. C.: T.-DavIs, Mgr. lB. Banks Pensacola. Phon
LOANED on all kinds of :
third Wednesday evening at T:30 p.to personal i : .577.AUTOMOBILES. 3jui.;
S WANTED-Your stenographic work: property on short notice. H.Y1L.YERNOi-Ra $2 per day.
RaSord Hall, No 10. West Inten. ATTRACTIVE. PROPOSITION TAILORING-B. t.. Diamond
Tanor.Gents' .
rate by week. Special attention ,
deacia street. Pensacola Typewriter Exchange Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstair Special .-1 am agent for tv.-J

A. G. FELL Pres. 2600.00 FOR A BEAUTIFUL SITE, 315% ,S. Palafox St. Phone 379. 28 South Palafox St.. Phone 1144.6nor. to traveling men. Free sam repaired clothing on short cleaned cotlce., pressed No. 11 and I Pope Mg. Co. and can sell you autO
Mrs. J. P. Mauldin Prop. %
..: J.JL SWEENEY. Sec. FOR A HmiE in the swellest. and[I| 23may. pIe room .. West Government St Pensacola Fla. from $500.00 up. They cost less toaa
most aristocratic portion of the city; I I '-'---. UNLIMITED amount or money to loan I5apr. Idee. r horses to keep np. They can be ni.>
: pensacola Lodge No. 4, 1. 0. 0. F. five" large lots;facing public, square 1 WANTED.-A. R. Bingham want on all kinds of personal property. HOTEL SOUTHERN-open all the In sand or anywhere a horse can go

$ ,Pensa.c 1aLodge No. 4.,1.,0.: 0. Pi" on the southeast corner, of Reus and, your moving and hauling. He guarantees Special rates to business men on large '_ year. American and European plan.I ; Leslie E. Brooks.
., SHIP CHANDLERs-+McKinzie
meets every ThursBar! ethg at 7:30 DeSoto streets.. all breakage Phone 630. loans. The New York Loan Co... 2041h Special summer rates. First-class fnl Uert-- -;
lag & Co., wholesale-and
i at the new hall'On Belmont and BayV South Palafoi. j every respect. Pleasant and convenient -,. retail. ship TEA DRINKERS ATTENTION
I > streets. Vlsltln-g brethren cordially ALL OF' THE MAXENT TRACT WANTED.-All kinds of electrical i I Mrs. T, L. Bowen, Prop.. Pen chandlers and grocers* only first-class you want a delicious! cup of '& tr-

lavlted. E. GREENBLATT. WEST OF "C" STREET NOW FOR work. I sell all kinds of electrical sacola. Fla. ISapr house of kind In city. Falrpriceg to all. "Our Own" Blend it Is superior\) .',
J. NEVILLE. Secretary. butteries and: other electrical supplies. I dollar tea on the market. Only: -
I SALE. \\hen 'you need me ring 345 or 955. Board and Rooms.reflWJwrfl.ftr i CENTRAL HOTEL CHIPLEY-op. CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. per pound. A valuable ticket inv .'
'W..O.'lii. MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST: E. W. Peake new Star Laundry buildIng i depot Large and well lighted Floats built to"ord r." Horse shoe- package. New Orleans Grocen' C
Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. .t). W. MARKET RATE OF INTEREST. E. Garden. ISdec. WANTED-Table! boarders. 203 W. rooms. Free sample room. Meals at Ing a specialty J. G.1 Welsh CarriageCo. Phone 105. Jas. McHugh, Prop
meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd r Gadsden St Miss Robinson. 17]|.i jail hours. Special attention to trav- ;" 27feb Tjune.
Wednesdays IA each ,m()lth. Visiting MORTGAGES ON, REAL ESTATE COURT HOUSE DYELNTG. Pressing ,. eliIrg mer. 2.00 per day.. J. M. Tug- Fla. 23:1,3: ,
sovereigns cordially invited. IN THIS CITY BOUGHT AND and Cleaning Club. 212 N DeVilIenSt. THREE PLEASANT ROOMS: to rent.with |l gle. Prop. 13marlmICHIPLET -
F. A, SOLD. T. J. Your privilege of light housekeeping:! J. H. PORTER sillnsater: : 716 South
BOGH1CH. C. C. Mrs. Davis. Prop. pat- : -c
I I I HOTEJ,-Can FOR SALE-Ten new and s- j
301 W. Chase St Setterlind Paiafox street Orders taken
.LESLIE E. .I ROOKS. Cerk. ronage solicited; satisfaction 'guaran Prop. Special attention to for second hand office safes, d'ffer a'
commer-
-awnings
tents- camp |tools and Housecots.
teed. Careful attention given lailes': FOR RENT One or two newly fur-i fcial' travelers. Free sample and bath etc. Prices, reasonable. sizes best makes at bargain prr! "
RATHBONE LODGE. No. 30. garments. Phone 1222. Sfel nished front i Sljan. Scarritt Moreno office East Go>It: -n
rooms southern exposure -j rooms. Large rooms with good beds. ,
Rathbaae Lodge No. 30. Kntghts of Fisher. Real Estate ment SL ;-ajjf:
Agency ; with privilege: of phone. Location -! $3 per day. ISmarlia f
Pythias, meets every Thursday night H. .ALFMAN-Tin. Copper and Sheet desirable and near business cen-i, __ MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-

it Castle Hall. Members of sister COLLECTION OF RENTS A, Iron Worker; cornice work and ''sky ter 422 'W. Gregory. 13maylwOld Hf1TEL.-open sight! and day. Willie Mima, Proprietor. FurnI-- FOR SALE.-improved ana unlmprY'
: lodges anl vlsjtins! : brethren cordially lights a specialty; roofing guttering I European plan. Rooms light and ture repairing of allj kinds carpets ed property In all parts of the ct-:

S.-' tovlted :o attend. L SPECIALWS and repairing, 315 South >Palafox St. newspapers at ave cents a bundleat clean. .' Transient trade solicited. laid furniture packed for .ahippln J. A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agent ,
-C. J.'LEVY .: .'"* ;' .. '" Phone 560; residence pioae 1316. this office. They are all clean 575-573 S. PalafOx. Jis. S. Nlcolau. Phone 63. Next' to -Tampa: Landing. I Room 7. Salisbury building.! phon"
K. R. & S.: Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox St. 2junelm.. 'r and nice: I Prop. |; 22AprlL 172."t 231au
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::;;; direction 1 oi :: : : I '
on Garden Street to Alcaniz
For Sale i Few Street thence In a Southerly'direction McMillan Bros. Co. --- I PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL

--- sold SpecialBargains along canlz Street, to Aragon 1 .
\ .&-Having Street thence RAILWAY
, ro. ,-orner of 12th ; along Aragon Street in ELECTRIC LIGHTS COMPANY.
an ;
Easterly direction to Cevallos
offer for
: ,vt!, I now
isCO'' Street thence on Cevallos Street in
.1" ". goods and one a Southerly .dIrectIon to the pier Summer Week Day Schedule-Steam
the

T I;; coen tm1 Thursdays on C. In head States line Government.established by- the. United AND' FANS, 1" Train and Electric Car Schedule
/HI! and 12 a. m.
< Section 2. The right is reserved Effective June 19,1906.
er" di'flR I to the City of Pensacola to grant For -merchants means ,more business as'well as more

11 to 13 the' privilege to other' railroads to _MOB1L. ALABAMA.-- comfort for clerks customers. The leadIng
; ,;_ ;]:-Lots: Real Estate proprietor and -
I :,': line-fourth of blocks 75 cross any track laid on the streets --- and successful- merchants' everywhere! are .users of Between Pensacola and Big Bayou.Lv. .

I I 'I'i' ; p, nsacola. "OO feet on through: -find which to: right-of-way and is granted electric lights.and fans! ,We install them: Apply at office. Pensacola. Lv. Big Bayou.
: :-".. feet on 17th a pass enforce such MARKETS ". 6
aon.
tJ Square. and a half.dwelling contain. reasonable regulations and require : 91P.m. 6:20 10:30 p.m
i riurana! 7 a.m. 10 7:30
fr> p.m. ll:30p.ia
: -., .ve room house : six rooms with lot 192 ft. ments ,as to the manner of operatIng v 8 a.m. 11 p.m.. 8:30

I : anio. House Just ; 384 ft., running through from, the railroad upon any. of the Naval Stores. 9 ajn, 9:30
I wr"!1l..-hd ceilings \' to street being in the : streets' aforesaid as it may deem Savannah Ga., June 28.-The naval PENSACOLA 10 ,tn. 10:30
..suburbs. . necessary and
$1200
hau. waiis; cabinet proper. 11
I stores market closed today as follows: a-m. 11:30
na i'ttS and all modern very desirable building lot on Section 3. (Work on the said pro- WWI| .. .... ..5 00 to 5'10 TERMINAL 12 noon 12:30 p.m
>u-- .ln' house has a avenue, near Jackson street posed rallroaa' shall be commenced WG.4 95 ELECTRIC COMPANY 1 P-m. 1:30

-.a": "- posure; and is one : neighborhood! lot 75 within six (6) months from the pas N.4 75 to 4 80M !. 2 p-m. 2:40

;fl4 _' :able locations in !i front toy 146 ft. deep. ...$900- sage of this ordinance and the said ...( 50 PHONE 106. 3 p.m. 3:30:

.3.'i1';; .,- one block from lot on the west side'of Tenth proposed road shall be built' from K.445 3:30 p.m. 4:00
,'ii' j1J\ iiid overlooking the a\.enue. fronting both Gregory Palafox Street to the. said proposed 1.4 40 1 .- 4 p.m. 4:30

'It \ar. One-half Heinberg streets, 50 ft. front 'Western terminus, within two (2)) H . .., .. '.t4i) 4:30 p.m. 5:00
; \ ,T.a>, 21 and 23 E. 156 ft. deep, containing two -years from the acceptance of this G. ..4 20 to 425F ) : 5:00 p.m. 5:30

h dwellings-if sold AT ONCE $1900 ordinance shall ; and, the proposed road .-..4 15 to 4 20 ee++ .+..MMO*.......,4+iI..++.<>...*4t.4...+........ 5:30 pm. 6:00:
be built from Palafox .Street to E. ; .. ...4 10 6:00 p.m. 6:30
FOR i- \'.,E-I am making a the said proposed terminus on Ce- D.3 90 to 3 95 6:30 p.m. 7:00
... :. lots in northeast WATSON/ vallos Street within two (2)), years C.3 55 7:00 p.m. 7:30
'4"1- ..,: -e town limits aid from the acceptance of this ordia Spirits Turpentine 57% cents. i AUSLEY 6 COMPANY 7:35 p.m. 8:00

i.6' \r: >T Haven ading Real Estate Rental and ance. 8:00 p.m. 8:30
,.II' ts and excellent I 'Section 4. Nothing in thIS ordinance AU8LEY A ,CO.'S REPORTS 9:30: -1
$:;' ; offer single lots in Insurance Agency. shall be construed to permit Liverpool Cotton Market i Saturday only.

VI' .!: .- S60 and $65 per lot the construction of any tracks or 01*.. i COMMISSION'BROKERS, .
te- fhis is to the trade other structures, upon any .land held .1'sn-Y.b.-.. 5.511 I Ii

pe,.: Delusively. Elbert A. by vali )ease, or other title by per *b.-Kar............-.. 5.57 | l Between nsacola and Fort
BGI ;!L', City. legal' 'Advertisements sons other than said grantees, associates xU'.A.pr1l.. .. .,..'. i 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FU. I II Barrancas.

-- and assigns, from the said April-M1.. .... ...."i--.-.. ............... 1i.59K&1Juna. ttI Lv Pensacola. Lv Fort Barranca
fOR SALE-Thorough-bred AN .ORDINANCE City, until the termination of such ..-...5.85t.
''-t" Sam. Apply be entitled An Ordinance''grant lease ,or other title or until the same .1 un.Jtlir;; .............0 ............. .... 5.81July.iugu.t Private Wires N. Y. N. 0. and Chicago.HOnONSIOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS. I 7:15 a.m. 8:00 a.m.
been the ...................... .... ...fi.77 I i 9:50 am. 11:00: a.m
the has acquired by said
bIE privilege to the Pensacola. AvguVStptautor. ................. {.63 12:50: p.m. 2:00p.m.3:50p.m. .
Company of' buildlng.a 'Spu grantees, their associates or assigns i 5:10 p.m.
Septvibw-Octobw 5.61
W ND FOR S.VLE.Domingus' ck-on Jefferson Street: ,. _'I by purchase or otherwise. Ociober-NO'feD1ber .........LtdNoTKBbwDectmber J Ji 6:20 p.m. 7:00 p.m.
!i I' Ki-i-ts and up. This IT ORDAINED BY THE"I. Section 5. The City of Pensacola .6.65D 8:30 p.m.* 9:00.mSaturday ..

ie <('ir! ;> Will be sold! YOR. _AND: CITY. COUNCIL OB1. in granting the rights, privileges and oe&ber-Jftno&ry ..............5.55 *' only.
Wairamee deed. Apply to '\.' & : franchises herein mentioned, shall Liverpool Spots.0 15 i Bought! and Sold on Margin or for Investment. !

Cummmgs. 1. That there is hereby be held as only granting such as it -

-- : .to the'; Pensacola Grocer has the power to.grant, and not as New York Cotton Market. i Reference: First National and Peoples Bank Ph ne 1173 | Steam train leaving Pensacola a|
S.-\LE--.Brand new the
FOR its successors and assigns warranting same or subjecting Open High Low OtoitJanurv 7:15 a. m. will stop between Pensa.
bound Century ) right privilege and franchise' Jtl itself. to any damage or liability what. 1045 10.43 10.36 10.33 .................. ..................t..a cola and Big Bayou only to take oa
ffcaar" and Atlas; also cting and maintaining ( ever that may occur by reason of; March 10.4S 10.a 10.89 10.44 for
points
passengers beyond Big
m first class condition. thereover locomotives and: granting the same; and the said July 10.16 10.20 10.13 10.15 .
Bayou. Steam train Fort Bar'rancas
appy 1102 E. Gadsden St. I grantees their associates and assigns August 10.31 10.32 10,28 19.28 leaving
track
) a spur 'from a point oa at 5:10 p. m. will stop between
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release the City of Pensacola from September 10.33 10.37 10.28 10.29 -- -
Gentleman's Louisville & Nashville Railroad: October.....10.33 19.86 10.26 10.27DMemter Big Bayou and Pensacola only to pull
FOR SALE- any liability for any damage to them .
Western gentle good track on JeffersonStreet;I whatever. ,. occasioned or arising by ...10,41 10.41. 10.87 10.31 off passen'gers from beyond Big
pony of Lot Fourteen ((14) in Block: Sew York 8p t.. 10.80 Russell of The Bayou. Other steam trains will make
with
and! driver. Donkey reason of the adoption of this ordinance Sage Says
the' Front
Hinman (13)), c Water I New Orleans Spots.l1c all stops. Each electric car makes all
trap and harness. the City of Pensacola to the. or by reason of the exercise or stops.
er, Century Fla. corner of block Twelve! enjoyment of any rights, privilegesand
WheatOpra The above schedules aiyl regulations
( ) and thence adjacea franchises which are hereby .
along and
FOR SALE-A new the Eastside of the sia'e walk line! granted and'! they shall indemnifythe nigh Liw Otos. subject to change without notice
about Address Box 315, City of Pensacola against any .71y-...... 83" 83 82" 82% Savings Bank Habit Local
Freight
block Twelve (12) to .the South Regulations.
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23junelw* corner of Block One (1) 'in said and all liability to which it may be Soft .83% 8S# am 83 .
Freight shipped by the 7:15
Corn. a. nu
subjected on account thereof.
FOR SALE-Oce good ( Front and thence in said train will be received only for points
I ly horse and harness. One to the Northern Boundary of Section 6.. The tracks of the said Open High Low Clot beyond Big Bayou and will not be

gy nearly new. One good Fourteen (14) therein. all as railroad In all of the streets above. Sejt.July..52,4...........52% 523 524 SIX 11 K 5214% "It is the'foundation of success in business, of con received; later than 7:05: a. m.; All
E. Turner Botemia, Fla. upon a, plat: hereto attached mentioned shall be laid and maintained other Week Day trains
tentment in the home, of standing in society. It I leaving Pen
upon
made a 'hereof. the grade designated
part
U'junelm. sacola not later than 3:50:
m.,
New York Stock MarketS p. carry
fOR S.LETwo fine milch Sec.. 2-'( a/conditipn: of the therefor by the City authorities, except : Opea Ctoi stimulates industry. I never yet heard of a thriftyman i freight for any point, bct freight w'll

young calves; can be 's' andl<[ privileges hereby'grante(l 'that' where no grade thereforsbaIi" Southern&ei e..,...._ 66%. 68" who was lazy. It begets independence and self- t not be received later than 20 minutes
established
121 E. Gregory. C. B. c the,saidsftur.-tra.ckshallvbe.[ ,con" have been 'by the Copper..'.....,;t...._ 96Vi W.I. % before scheduled departure of trains.
lOJune. 11&t: d.'so 'as i5'i: 'ot'3hteft6T::"itt: City'authorftlei prior to the'construe' .13.R........................ usA 129 confidence. It makes a man of the individul who : The 9:00 a. m- Sunday train may
:tion of said railroad, said grantees ......... "
way or impede the 'traffic on any tah.' .v S8# 89.A. practices it. carry light perishable freight under-
TEA DRINKERS TTE 1 : thcfir 'associates and assigns, shall .. ... .. : :
of the said Street .an4\ ,the said B. y 143 145:% some circumstances by special per.
you want a delicious cup rts successors' 'and assigns have the right to conform, as nearly E.K T.:.,.. f4V' 76,4 Start an account today. One dollar wuTdo it. You mission. Electric car will not

"Our Own" Blend it is ; ; times that portion as possible to _the natural grade B..t 0 ..'... ............ llG 117il add dollars and we add four per/cent interest freight or packages of carry
dollar tea on the market. at all keep' of the lan '; but in all cases the .............. .............. 4G 41 more any descrip-
per pound. A valuable ticket the street .between its railroad railroad bed and tracks shall bemade' : o.r.t .......................... 4) 47 compounded semi-annually. You will be surprisedto If tion except medicine urgently needed.
Shippers
an!,' Eighteen ((18) .inches on are requested to bear these
package. New Orleans side ,thereof the"same. good to conform to the grade from U. ... 35X 34jUt. see how rapidly your account-will grow. :regulations in mind that inconven.
Phone 105. Jas. IcHugh,' 3Junelm'A and repair as the City time to time thereafter established by I B.II..l. prllerred................. .1013 28}( 1027j 27H '.ience may not be causei

ljune. ,keep; or cause to be- kept the the City authorities; and upon all L.& S.UIH 143 These freight regulations subject to

portions of said, streets: the streets heretofore mentioned said Lead........................ 72 73 change without notice.
FOR SALE-Finest, car load whenever-the, -cityshall pave. tracks shall be laid and'maIntaIned K.P...........p.......... ..... VWT 91 Any further information regarding
ever received in EG as to admit of the free and easy .......'. ....,..
i *,or otherwise J improvethe por L.-' ; pfv.1Out. 17"u 1-6LL passenger and freight schedule be
Ian & Turton West In : of the streets adjacent to saM passage of vehicles along .ani across .P.e..r.AtA.V;....... 1 leo"t FIRST NATIONAL'B'ANKOF had by applying to the general can officeof
6june. any'and pact of said street
I the -grantee. its-successors and every ff.Y.O 134* 13JH
shall at-the. same time pave Section 7. That the said grantees P.0 ........................... 89I'D'G. >i 89J4 the company.
FOR SALE-RemIngton .Improve' in like manner aU: their associates and assign. 124 125 Passengers are earnestly requestedto
"Rem" care -Journal betweea-the-ralls-of- track shall keep and maintain the streets 8$.' .i............. 171 17414 PENSACOLA, FLA. promptly report to the general
inches on between its tracks and for eighteen B.1., 23% 24 'office any inattention to duty or discourtesy .
((18))
FOR SALE-We have a lot for Eighteen: thereof. (18) inches 'on either side thereof in a.E........s 35 w H. K50WUB.Pre I. W.K. HT .JB., V.-Prw.aad CwHisr. I on the part of employees ant
suitable for flower pots side TW, Bawre and W.N.ROBIRTS Aist. C&shterL'DiRIOTOaS4
the condition as the City shall T.0.L.- Ho Sale to make specific criticisms of service
same
purposes; also a lot of .! Sec. 3. That 'the rights and priv keep or require to be kept the same Puma... ......:'.. 128H 12914U. C. Breat. W. D.A.O.Blouut.Brent W. H. Lawi W. X. Hr r, Jr JOHN W. LEADLEY

and other barrels which are granted hereby shall be'subjec streets adjacent to the pans occupied .?.........._._ ...... U2 U4 ; Manager.
..
for packing crockery or fish existing ''ordinances in the City by said tracks; and' shall con- lIE "- I
meats. We buy all kinds of such reasonable regilations as struct and maintain all necessary In- .

ind re-cooper and clean public safety ani'coayenienc tersecting street crossings overthei, : Ausley & Co.'s Daily Cotton Letter. Pensacola St. Andrews and
,
the council may
ply always on hand. If you I require and as said road bed and tracks and when ,
aarrels or have any for sale ''time to time prescribe. ever the City or abutting property New York, June 28.One of the Gulf Co
ip. Phone 235, residence !Sec. 4. ,The sai4 .track shall not owners on any of said streets shall largest operators on the New Orleans No. 5603.C. Steamship

Pensacola Cooperage Co., : used for the storage of cars, aid improve grade or pavea street Exchange is 'the author of a proverb .W. LAMAR,President JOHN PFEIFFER, Assistant Cashier.M. STEAMER TARPON.
Fucovich. Pres., No. 9 S. shall not be- allowed to stand on upon which said grantees their associates to the effect that a market never E.CLARKYice-Presidentand Cashier. J. W. ANDREWS.f ssisfant Cashier.

ITmaylmf except for such time as may. be or assigns shall construct goes down on a notice day especially W. G. BARROW Master,

SALE A lot or old :to _unload the same. their said tracks or any part there6f, when it is expected to go down. The THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK FIRST-CLASS PASSE.NGES: AM)
Put up in bundles : Sec. 5.The' said.track shall? be the said grantees their associates or: truth of this saying was well illustrated FP.EIGHT SERVICE

carrying. Only five cents .within one year' after the assigns shall at the same time* or: by the course of prices yes- -Betwv.n-
the of ''this ordin terday. For weeks past the bear OF PENSACOLU, FLJL
Apply! ths; office. of passage upon notice given by the'proper City PENSACOLA MOBILE. APALACHk
and all ,the. 'rights and pnr authorities, improve grade or pave had been making vague: threats In DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. .
COLA CARRABELlE ST.
CITY MAPS FOR SALE } I hereby granted unless sooner: the space between .their rails an the way of what they were going to CAPITAL'STOCK $200,000. SURPLUS $60. OO. ANDREWS. -
Watson have just shalj .continue for a p3rio tracks and for eighteen (I8) incheson do in their tenders which were terrifying MILLVILLE.
SUPplY: of the latest city maps Twenty-flve (25) Years from said each side thereof, in the same to the weak long followingand DIRECTORS. And all point on St. Andrews Bay
all of the subdivisions. The That ,this Ordinance shall not manner, and with the same material yet right on the opening July Carrabetle and APafachicola.SCHEDULE .
official and down. to date come operative until the grantee j r as is used in Improving: grading or oomenced to advance and at one time Henry .L, Covington Frank Reilly C.F. W.E. Brawner Lamar t
W. 3, Rosasco, ; ,
moua.ed on heavy linen. assigns ,shall. procure from the paving the remainder of said street was 15 points higher than the previous J. M. Pfelffer J. R. Saunders, Leave PensicoTa IJwul:: ,. ':30 &
PrI.t! :. $:"J50; special! price I Ififf' Machine Works or its assigns, adjacent to the said rails and tracks,I day. Only a few hundred bales Bryan Dunwody W.T. F.".McGourln Milton, 0. E. Maura, m. for Mobile Ala

or more to- agents or release in_ writing of all the rights and shall maintain the same in good were tendered and the notices didnot AIM. very, Dr. W. J. Hannah McKende Oertlng Leave Pensacola, Tuesday 3:39 p
men Hooton & Watson. granted to to circulate long before W. L. Cawthon for St. Andrew. JlillvUle, Apt-
an privileges order and condition the. satisfac- they were C. M. Co>?ngton, M. E. plark. m.'
,
FOR Gulf Machine Works by an :or; tion of the proper City Authoritiesin stopped. Alex I McGowIn, l& 'hicola, Carrabelle mil Intermedia
SALE with OR RENT-Two ; approved March" l" 1&04, JQ- accordance with the terms of the The certified stocks at New York Safety deposit tones. fcrrcnt at }LCO 3.CO and $5.C0 the year. private apartment points. ,
ns for
75
!!lumber: the capacity other thirty th An Ordinance to'Grant .a Right charter or ordinance of the City of today available for delivery tomorroware !Jn connection for the convenient of customen. ;; For additional Information J. R. SAUNTERS apply,tj
'Way fot a' spur: track on certain Pensacola; provided however if the 114,107 against 115,663 yesterday
pair: Rates reasonable. Paid Time Depd.ita. E. R. COBB President
and cent Interest on
of Jefferson Street character of the paying used, by the Four per
skiff 130,207 June 1st and 109,200 bales last .
beats! for sale cheap Can. }-rt. and Pass. Agto.Penl&.CoLa.
and
n ft oeams. Telephone have filed 'the'said 'release City is unsuited' for a railroad track, year. Of course there is no way of FJi.
or it" to be recorded in the the construction and main-
\>:iffin & Co., Milton.: Fla. : then telling just what the amount of the ;_, I ,
of -
of; the Clerk of the City tenance of said right-of-way in some short interest in July may be but the ;
OX THE HIGH LAND-East : .. The. :said gr.an.tee; or Us other material to be approved by the lon'g" interest is principally held by

tf>L car line, six lots 100 shall also "cause' to be re City Engineer,, and shall be a suffl wire houses and they are not likely to LVMSYILLMERREHAUTtRRTHROUGH -
by \: -I such ira k..a.s &shall have been ient compliance with this ordinance =
deep corners $ acept'any cotton .tendered but will 'T.s.: WItLL1S.!: V1o .PB.IIIIIJIn.:
lot J600. There are no b under, the said ordinance Section & The rights franchises sell'out. By this we do not mean that HAN IELD)fOR ;NO.A.iR.ca.nn:

UOIl> :man[ these lot*. A. V. ; tln "franchise to the Gulf Machine or privileges herein granted may be all of this certified: cotton will"be ten kCitizens National Bank I Iof
( ,. an$ 'shall put'the' Street from availed of by the grantees and. their dered as much 'of It Is held aginst '
FOR SALE.-Nice. clean old the- said tracks' .are removed associates, and \the ,grantees, their sales off:August and September. If an Pensacola Florida"f" '
pes
-sea.RLkR-.-- portions .of- the.. -sireet- adjacea the right to assign the .same to a. squeeze any month it would more like- Gee. w.Wright. Harm Ber. 1'.E. Welles. Biz: M. Robinson. ;;L. Hilt o Green.

HACK LINE- : are....* corporation hereinafter to be organIzed ly be August than any other position A GENERAL BA.VKI/VG/ BUSINESS I
ie>, making connections Sec. '6.' That this 'or.dlnance' shal. for the purpose of building and for by that time most of the cotton : TtCjtyofPcnsacoIairnprOVemt-- j _
_
railroad "line. The .____ _
its oPerating' said .
launch !
for points on St. effect immedjatejyafter left will have be'en sold for consumption .
Extra teams for traveling grantees and their associates 'cannot and if there was any considerable 1 'I
oiaes comfortable vehicles. ---- sell or alienate such rights, fran short Interest in August it would be .
"It' atidiess!! J. C. Sinclair. AN": O.RWNANCE' ) .- chise privileges for stipulative an easy matter to give the 'shorts a Bonds. hi? :
!i1ephone Xo 74. Granting theRigh; ; of- Way through profits 'but 'upon the compIetkA of bad scare. Spot holders will think

,. and.'aerwi Certaia.Streets. said- railroad said rights franchisesand twice before they dump actual cotton $1.000.00 each. Dated January 1st 1906. ? January I
'OR SALE-Economize by the tCltY'.Qf Pensacola:' .- privileges shall remain forever upon contracts with the wide-spread DlTl936: Redeemable an. 1st, 1926. Interest payabl Sem nnuaily.
mg choicest! of OJRDLVTNnP by tho Council ,o! the property of the .said corporation
lots
on IT. between contracts and the actual BON DS SUBJECT TO PRIOR; SALE, IN 's$1'
;1'11I
'
SALETHESE,
Per lot Florida. and and its assigns. OFFER FOR
no present need the City of Pensacola, .; stuff.J"; < WE
Hop' per lot and $750 for the Mayor thereof: .-. .). _. ection' 9.-All ordinances or The weather T&S again favorable AMOUNTS TO .SUIT PVRCHASER. [

*111. o! barren sand. Section : 1.. That.;,\. A< Ericson. A. parts of ordinances now existing on over practically the entire belt. I S _ _
:tes of five lots each D. A.'Frank tne records of the City of Pensacolain '
at asburg.,Johi .C.Ayery Some ran! fell in the Eastern belt that Bank of Pensacola ii .
;a' quarter block; not over .C Melvin anafB. Richard, 1Dd conflict with any of the foregoing could have been dispensed with but The Peoples op _
.ron: electric car line. A. assigns shall have and'' are rights privileges powers and franchises .
junt' granted the ;;rlght-of-way: for a herein conveyed and granted, the western belt ,continued to get Pensacola, Fla. !" .
-- rain which was generally taken as a I
--
construct and main are hereby declared repealed; Pro-
and ,oyn\ ,
to
} ) favorable feature but the good weather .:
'
S.LFor sanitary operate.and run. b) steam. elec tided, that this section shall not be I
\'e brought no fresh sellin'g. Shorts .- -.-'--- _. SERVICE!
have and -
in stock Ground I or other #>wer, locomotives construed to affect any previous' ft- Jr ,, !
be too busy fora.
to watching .
'
appeared
"nnessce Lime in along, of right or A VIA
strong and cars on, over now existing grant any
,
,4'1. Clubbs n!' at 25 cents at ware ( and throughthe followm. ;privilege of any other person or to. chance put out to new take lines.profits on The old, consequence lines- .R ;::I'f' CAR-yo db CO o.':; '" I L&N.E.&T.H.andC.&E.' I.

cqrner Gregory streets, to-wit: corporation. that U Wbolu&2e aDd RetaU DeI1Z ia t ., Vestibuled Through Trains Daily
this the
of was 2
new 2
nlz crop -
BegjnnUg at the Western: border of Section 10. The grantees and NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO
--------- ; 7th be held remarkably steady.. Steam Domestic, Anthracite fg 1 1A. I I
------- City of Pensacola wher.e: their associates and assigns shall THROUGH SLEEPERS DAY COACHES
FOR SALE.. Merd fine. touches said. Western .bordc-r allowed one mQnth from the passageof A. and Blacksmith W W M L.Offlc KEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO
cows with well esta add along 7th Street' this ordinance within which to file 'DI-. Chas. A. Green representing 42 street T5lepao4e 93. DlIIINQ-CARS 4EHV1NQ AU. MEALS EM ROUTE
1ce down -No. South.'Palafox
of Atlanta Is In the city.If I D.B.mLUAKa.P.A. S.LBOQ SS.'jel.Aif.{
rou .
e No competition. Street.thence' in a North a written acceptance of the same, in .K. Hawks, |
n's. Goaaalei rtreetg P 6 and 37!
Tarragona and ocea tw4SvL& MAItWlUX TtlHTV *
of glasses call him atBooton's Q comer ]
bal4sne.s: first class directIOn en Pettersen Street to the office of the Clerk of the City o t In need on Yar_ 1II ._ _
Pharmacy. .h. ;_ I-.-,,,---- --'-- T-uT-_, =-- -- w-
'lor, Century, Fla. Street, thence In 'an Eastey Pensacola.
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PAGE: fdf THE. PENSA'COCA JOURNAL, FRl'DAY' MORNING *,rUlf 29,. 1906

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THE. MAN. WHO.,' ,PONT GET FLOW l! TooK: rY Fay-Sholes MUCH SPORT r T I Ir IS IIF I I: 98 Per Cant 'Death Claims" Settled in 24 Hours JiIii


: Think what prompt payment of .line insurance money
Type v 'it irJACK'So.NVILLE the widow and family. Over,98 per cent. of all death claims means to

.. T THE[ S SECOND[ It!s staple,easy to operate light ramtasr. r PROMISED E J1T 1&05 was settled! within} 24 .hours, after proof of- death was recent during
powerful inaiufolder. makes but little noise, by THE! EQU ApLE. More than $118,000 was paid out in dE-1i
HIS FEET INTO A PAIR OF OUR I does tires nice there clear-cut are work,the rods key action orbeanngs never claims and Jen) fits ',lpiie.for each working of the year of 1905 .
no
greasy
:
to keep clean son the hands orworK. EverY your policy-Jn the EQUITABLE? In addition to absolute protect/,,
\ Fay-Sholes Typewriter is handsomely finished the premiums earned, make it a good investment-(better than
,is durable and fully guaranteed. ban s. ; BaV-
.ins .
G GAME You purchase a Fay-fcholes Typewriterfor -T TRACK
Ve take
cash or on easy payments.
SUMMER OXFORDS'can't :- other typewriters in exchange as part pay. Insurance, Gen'l A7t
Regular correspondence'machine, eitnerNo.6orNo.7 Knowlcs Bro ,
model.complete with cloth cover I i J.
IFire 14fr.. Pensaco
I ,box of tools and an instruction book tortJ100.00 : :. .
on easy payments!of SO.00 down -

From. the Y. M.D..l Team Yesterday J90.00 and payable J7.50 per J22.50 month down-no and interest.J22.50 in I Whe'n the First of the Driving 1 ,: --- 2ii.

30,60 and 90 days-no interest = .
appreciate the full comfort of summer _
dress. It don't pay; to wear heavy sho sinS Afternoon'-Will' pla'yP 5.00 open to83JO-Cash account.responsible parties Order.> on 30 days I Races.Occiir-Talk"-of;Another Y..... .........lP...JCMim.......AO....*..*XaA. ... ,...C .........".

summer time, so 'our' proposition! in shb s nsa ofas Today. request A Fay-Sholes to any Typewriter reliable wfllbe sent.upon I Hatch Being 'Arranged.' I 4
I I1
from a health standpoint is worthy your concern individual any or JronWpr.ks and Supply Co. iI i

attention, not to mention the further ad- 1 I I I where, at for our a tea expense < Much sport'is promised the'layers Maflu.factureT5.ind.Repairers!!;. of MACHINERY AND BOilERS. *

in of and The FJorala team of ball tossers I I days'free trial to ): of horse flesh .this afternoon when i FORCINGS! ,* MILL: AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
leathery
vantage high quality
took the second of the series
its worth.
game ;: I I prove Your name and q the first of the driving races occurs t REPAIRS A ,SPeCIALTY.' Prompt attention given to all orders ?
workmanship.and lowest prices. Any price yesterday afternoon from the Y. M.I address will at the track at Kupfrian's' park an"" day or nlgtt! Agents for, James McKay &: Co.'s cefebrated Lo and' 1

desired from $2.50 to $6.50, but with qualiy the C. A.rather team, weird the score exhibition at .the being clob\' lfl 9 I I I bring booklet our I unless something unfors 9n,, occurs, Timber Dogs: also;chain. $' of all descriptions. Office: phone 123: ftesi *
and sample the races will 'be interesting from : dence.phone 1023.;:P. O, Box 123. PHIL WTTTMAN Mgr *
best always, and the coolest store in townto to 2.The I of twocolor start' to finish: Those who, claim to H ++"' .O.. .. ..,O"' '' t..Jl

trade in.WILL Y. M. C. A. boys 'not only I writing. Salesmes Wanted be judges. of horse flesbh are pickingGoldrlng's .
f seemed unable to connect, with the I Fay-Sholes Sweetheart: in the 2:45 -=
I ball with any regularity, but ,mad I Majestic Building. Chicago class, but.it is stated that the animal HHM *_H4 ffj.t
I numerous and ;costly; errs, and i is a little lame:and' cannot go at her $ WATCHES
DIAMOND
YOU BE: SHOD TO.DAY ? I I while the visitors also made errors I FLA. usual speed. JEWELRY, |

-"" I they 'succeeded.in getting the runs) 204 West Bay Street Another race is being, talked of CLOCKS ;PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSE 1
I UTOSS the home plate. :After the which will be separate from the driving ,' '
first few innings ther was no' doubt : STERLING SILVERWARE
; racer if' it is arranged: It is between ,
t as to the final result and the small JjOne: Spot," owned by Sam I ART'POTTERY OPTICAL
crowd did not show much interest. Cliffordana1'a; ( hew horse, which has GOODS,
I To-day however. the Alabama boys just,been brought to the city by Wil- I '.': -: I CUT GLASSWARE.
will go up against a Jifferent pro;>oi lie Connors. A couple of weeks since I,
THE JOHN WHITE STORE i sition. Owing to the weakness of the I "One ,Spot" won from the fast horse -
Y. M. C. A. team, Manager Went-| entered by Mr. Connors, but he has '
I worth gavthe last game of the series just ,purchased a faster one. with a E and Fine Stationery.
to the Pensacolas, ,and that PATENT APPLIED FOR ira'tng
Phone 225 205-207 5. PAUFOX. 'I strong aggregation will! tackle the At all| Druggists. .to good pit track against record"One, which Spot" for hedesires a purse I I

Florala, boys: at Palmetto Beach on MUS-QUIT-U MFG. CO, of 50000.: It is possible that this 'I I I II
the arrival of the 3 o'clock dummy. Jacksonville Fla. race will be arranged during the day Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention
.. I
r & -- .1 Miller and Williams will be the bat- and be witnessed this afternoon. i
tery for the visitors while the Pensa- ,
colas will line-up as'follows: i
PnsacoJasCarr. and Switzer SAFES 1 SAFES SAFES I SAFES TIIISTftWOODIN.NW. I E. 0.Zadek
j Jewelry Co. i
II SHIPPING pitchers; Restan and Lurton, catch- Buy Liebold Safes. *
r NES[
I GUESS .ers; ;Oliver Baxter, first third base base; Reilly; Sanchez,1, sec md.t&se' Scarritt Moreno,'Agent.BASEBALL. TRADE > iaaM _' MOBILE, ALA. "ij.j.. f

short stop; King left field! ; Bicker,
Arrived. center field; F. Blount, right field.p. A A AA A A ......A A.AAAAA A .AAAA .
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you have read of that big reduction 1made"on Dunbarmoor, Br ss.. Barton, 2331, COAST STEAMER WILL HEREAFTER 0'0'A
: all my stock of Clothing: Mobile to Hrer Bros. LiNQENSTRUTH' PURCHASES I
Gesine, Ger bk, Larsen, 1375 Hamburg .I TAKE FREIGHT FOR, "EVERYTHING IN HOUSEBUILDING
BALANCE OF STEPHENS STOCKA
to McKenzie Oerting & Co. ., {
For Cash? Cleared. I APALACHICOLA AND' FROM FOUNDATION TO ROOF.

Louisianian, Br ss, \\Tood, for Liverpool deal was yesterday closed be- American League. OTHER POINTS.
I j with addit'onal cargo of 174,000() tween P. Lindenstruth and N. C. Mc-: Washington 4; Philadelphia 2. L j t Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO.
!Well, they hav been going pretty fast I ;
j s ft sawn timber. :Millan, whereby the former comes into' New York 7; Boston 4.
I
but ther 's a few more le, tat that!I Parkwood, Br ssHavland, 11C2, fori possession of the remainder of the'I' Detroit 2; St Louis 5. The steamer P. J. Thistlewootf ;'W M '
same cut price and in this warm i I I Fecamp, with 879,000 s ft sawn timber, stock of jewelry of J. I. Stephens, Cleveland 1; Chicago 2.first. game which has for some months been running -- ,
weather light weight 2 piece suit is.f 3SO.OOO s,ft lumber. which was 'purchased some months ago Cleveland 5; Chicago 0, second. I in the coasting trade between
I Marian, Br ss, Hogg, 1218, for Huelva by Mr. MoM'.llan: and 3 large amount I game. New Orleans and Tampa, occasionally
you'eed cool Full
just to keep MILL WANTED
MEN
what -
into Pensacola
1 with 1,075,000 s ft sawn timber, of 1t, sold., putting has entered
line light weight summer Shirts, Col!125,000 s ft lumber. Mr. Lindenstruth intends National League., a new trade and hereafter will!

lars attached and detached from 50c I BurnbyBr ssThoma3, 2361, for Genoa his, place of, business into the Stephens moving Boston 2; New York4. take belle,freight St. for Apalachicola St. Andrews, Carra-and To,Buy Their Supplies FromPEflSACOU
$2.25, before heard ; :with 1,900,000 s ft sawn timber, Philadelphia! 10 1. Josephs. .
up tp values. never I stand at an early date, and will remodel ; Brooklyn Gdar Keys, leaving to-day on the
314,000 s ft lumber. the Chicago 1 Cincinnati 2
'
place ;
of.
and put it$ in first. first trip from Pensacola with freightfor ELECTRIC: COMPANY
Sailed. class condition. 81.Louis 3; PittsburgL'Southern ,: :
those '
One trial of the .Men's and Boys'Furnisher points. -
:Monviso, Ital ss, f Genoa. ,rJ I This is the trade which has been 502, S., Bayleh'St. Phone 570,
will convince
:. you. Louisianian, :Br ss, for Liverpool. League. handled almost, exclusively by the Repairs- m 4 l g7-
ristIUing Light Plants
Harvest Quen' Br. ship; for Pay BACKWARD CHILDREN. !Atlanta; Birmingham : Tarpon for,several!, years, but now tie Anywhere,
sander. Nashville 3; Montgom ry 9. Thistlewood will compete "for the
Elizabeth T. Doyle, Am sch, for Leuoni la Speaking Mar Be Aided bythe Shreveport 4; New Orleans 0. business.

JOSICOLEMAN Scran n. Use of Made. Memphis-Little. }Rock.. 'rain., The ,vessel will make a weekly D R I "
I Possibly ,one of the greatest errorsin schedul, leaving"this city every Friday N'K ? In i'...

VESSELS: IN PORT. handling backward children is intrying South Atlantic League. and will probably also make
212 S. Palafox St. Steamships.Buroby to put,them into the eye stage Charleston-ilacon, a1iI. New Orleans on the round trip. Tho
.phone 727. "'i Br ss, Thomas, 2361 Galveston before they are through with the.ea? Savannah 3;JacksonvtHte 2. fact that she has entered it shows
to the W. S. Keyser Co. stage. A large, number of so called Augusta 4; Columbia 2, first game that business between Pens.acola and Bottles
C rea. Ital ss, N larini. 2791, New I idiotic and feeble minded children will Augusta 2] Columbia: 3 second I the above towns is picking up considerably !
York to Gulf Transit Co. give keen attention to music, wherets I game., :
i FREE BY Dora Baltea. Ital ss. Figari. 2601,! they give.no*heed to verbal sounds.I

MAIL Genoa' ,.to Gulf. Transit Co. Words to them have apparently no THERE, ARE. '- E. 0,: Saltmarsh Br s3, Rogers,2319,I meaning. This Indicates that, as language people who know now to take care of r Scaly diseases of hogs are producedby .. ,. \
Liverpool to Gulf Transit Co. ; was' developed by attention be- themselves-the majority do not excessive heat in the summer and I31rk,1:
,BOOKKEEPING AND SHORTHAND Earswoo1Br.: : ss, Fayn 1840, Pt 'The liver is a most important -
ing directed to the external world and 'I organin cold in the winter, says American Agriculturist -
to FIVE in each Inglis to J. A. Merritt & Co. Look for the- Trade Marie Gap'and
persons county desiring to take as language was first the result of a the body. Herbine will keep it in I These are greatly benefited on .abel.
!
t personal instruction., who will within 30 days Federica. Aust ss, Zar, 2261, New condition. V. C. Simpklns, Alba,
Clip and SEND this notice to either of ,mental complex made up of the identification -I by providing sheds during the hot .
.
Orleans, to Gulf Transit Company. Texas, writes: "I have used Her. :
Huttonwood, Br. ss, White,2533,St of certain sounds and certain bine for Chills and Fever and find it weather and comfortable quarters Bottled
1 URAUGHON'S Vincent to Gulf! Transit Co. objects present in space, In order .to the best medicine I ever used. I I I when it is cold. If the pig is fat giveIt : only by -
Magician Br ss, Raby. 3271 Liverpool develop' in an abnormaf child the/attitude -i would not be without it It is as from one to two ounces of sulphate
to A. A. Brown & Co. of interest toward words and good for children as it is for grownup of magnesia dissolved in one-half pint Hygeia Bottling Works

'f .9JoJin W Marian, Br,ss, Hogg, 1218, Newport their meaning, we must first.begin this people, and I recommend it It of w 'ter. Then give it one-half dram ,
:, News 'Pensacola Lumber Co. stage of development at his stageof is fine for La Grippe." Sold by all:I of acetate of potash three times a day.
Parkwood Br ss, Hubbard, 1102, mental sequence-sounds. Lessonsin druggists. The diet during this time should be of 124 E. Chase Street. Phone 587.
Montgomery, Atlanta, Raleigh, Columbia Cardff! to Pensacola Lumber Co. speaking derived a new'interest to a cooling nature.
Shreveport, Dallas or Jack. Westland, Br ss, Granger, 2f01, Vera speechless children by working music

son, Miss. Cruz to F 0. Howe. and speech together. It'was found | Poultry Note. .. .. ..

't7 al-o teaoh BY :MAIL snccestfnllT. of Ships. much easier to set up the ear and !', REAL[ l [ESTATE T T[ Cleanliness is next to godliness in
BEFDlfD MONEY, Law. r. ;
Penmanship Arithmetic. speech co-ordinations than to get the j l
LetterWritingDrawing:: Cartooning, Harvest Queen, Brit ship, Forsyth children to verbal sounds by')' poultry culture as much as in anythingelse. .1 A !)bint'of I
Business English Banking: etc Rio Janlero to order.Nordstjernnen. repeat Clean quarters keep down the Excellence About
27 Colleges in 15 States. 300000.00 I ,Nor. themselves. The physiological ''alpha lice, prevent sickness and add to the .
,
Capital. 17 years'success. Indorsed by bust ship, 1635. > ,
Kb vacation time. Iraksen. IA Guayra to ; bet when supplemented by musical:accompaniment good returns. i
ness men. ;enter any Write : W. S. Keyser
catalog. rOSITIO'lS!/ secured lam REFUNDED t Co. : -. was voiced much more T TRANSFERS N f[ Lice soon weaken the strongest fowls, "Ga
YOU MUST inord.jrtojretHome6tudyFKEE For
wntenoWi7nna."idesiretoknowmore -Barks readily by the child than when the check egg production and inaka..the I Lighting. i il' I
about your epedal. Home Study Offer made De'gregori Gio Botio, Ital\.bk, -1294, teacher's voice was used without mu business : <
ta tho published &* Genoa, to Rossasco'Bros.' .' .-; i .. .. Good sharp unprofitable.prevents indigestion.A h'.t.. ... .. ..... ....< .. "' ', '; ,

-- King Malcolm.' It bk Gufi.- 1222.un, Otvtoa -- Followine is a list of the real estate nesrleotcd grit ease of indfeestion____ ,_ will___ l'. i1""",,*:\: _Is..1..1'..its.. :i.safety_ i.: -; "'merec'aTe': __OL"' no_defective L .A
n.n n
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to-Huges & Co. 'j LV UO\UWI; ;: enULDgJea or Insulation -
transfers
recorded yesterday, reported .
Luisa, ItaL bk. 1591' Mantano'from sic.COfFEE by the Pensacola Abstract Co.: lead to liver trouble* ; then the fowls go 'i :o, wear oft and catch fire to the
: .
Nolloth to master. light and die.Prffss. woodwQrk.:: If any leak in pipes *
2 gas
J. S. Lovett, Jr. to John A. Gunn, Sir i .
: :
Is i
Monrovia Nor bk, 1449. Aase Hamburg 2 fIt :easily detected and quickly
as .
order. of lot 99,, block 7, Old City, $100 ,
Grace to : corrected; while there can be no possi- :
and other considerations. THfraWM
Port Sonoclan, ,Uruguay bk, Ill,!, Me danger, whatever in its use. +
I L. Medlock to Albert s.
Ferres, Mentevldeo to German American Gentry commencing .
Lbr. Co : We are the Pioneer- at the center sub-division j .

Spero, Nor. b.k, 623 Bostig, Las Coffee Roasters of line of Sec. running E.: and W. at a ['*S" sSSK Wfi Pensacola Gas Company 1
DashDistinction Palmas. take at the W. line of Chas. LeBaron i
Grant 100 ft. :N"E of L. ,Medlock residence .
Sterling, Nor bk, Ellepsen, Lablta West Florida.McHUGH'S j
Bay to order.. running S. 330 ft.- thence W. Phone 148. r 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. i
534 ft., thence N. 339 ft thence E.
Donna Chl1tI1'i Schooners.! Am ,sch McLeod,I 534 ft. to starting point, being, part of ,.................*!H' +............e...............:...

165, Belize. 1, I BLEND lot 2, Sec. 23, T. 5, N. of R. 31, W., 4 j -

Frances T. Tunnell,Am sch. Tun., A, $50. WI, W si'I, LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTSIn
nell, 1239, Philadelphia to order. Chas. Kupfrian, et. al. to V. J. Vidal, \ ( I Escambi'a GULF CITY COFFEE CO.,
Call it what you will Marrow N. Cobb, Am ich Saunders. all of block 15, Dallas Tract, $1 and f4I4lsp1 County. Circuit Court,
there is .a certain some. 260 Havana to master.. have no equal. Atri&wificonvincethe other considerations.E. fiLjIrMc State of Florida. In Chancery... New- H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager
thing about our suits for Barkentine. man Goldinfc, complainant vs. Janus[
A. Bryant to Harris A. Brown,
connoisseur Wells and lary E. Well: ,.def ndants.. Roasters, Blenders and Shippers of
men that is different from I I Hubert Fuller, Am barkentlne, 679. cemmenq'ng at a point,50 ft. S. of the"W '
the ordinary kind usually Nash, Port, of Tampa, to' C. W. Oli that we. ? cor.of block, 76;W. Kin's Tract, 4\ On Monday, the 3d .day pf September,!
A. D., 1906, the ''
defendants! James'!
seen. Men in all walks ver. Belmont The SnspIczt-.Snres.-Safc.t "xHiadiert Fine CoffeesOUR
make Numbering, thence E. 150 ft. Wiells
z no extravagant and Mary E.'Welles are !
of life -and required
can easily be fitted Brig. thence S. 50 ft. thence W. 150 ft only Perfect
i here in these suits of Jennie Hurlbert, Am brig Wrfght SilMUjng Pea.. No glisi filler to appear to the bill filed against them COFFEES ARE SOLD BY AL.i .-
thence 50
claims. N. ft
to point of E-HIO ink pffl
beginning. to
-oo '
dogging '
: herein. This order to be' published i GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TR'Au'
whatever fabric and color 418, Havana to J. A. Merritt & Co. tsoo. or s1akin.
he desire, : publishedonc each week; for eight((8)
:: may to'gether Yoa simply the button(
I preaa as
',' with hats, shoes and Wholesale Silas Gibson to,Archibald L Me- [ iatie p.ctarc and the pea fill consecutive weeks in "Tp.e Pensacola
; furnishings of the same $100 REWARD and RetailGROCERS! Callum; E% of ,the'SE& of-the NEtf, 14."'hlh." Journal, 'a" newspaper 'published in

i h'gh degree'of quality. Sec. 36,, T. 3, N. of R..32. WI. 20 A., writ.sti'instjintit said Escambia County: :L M. }Idn!. THE1G4
A reward of $100 wil! be given for $115. toodiM UM '
Clerk Court
paperEaglej50 Jan Circuit By'Lx G..
; Suit prices begin at 56.50 '
of
the
capture Jaqe Haney,
;; and extent in easy advances escaped MeDavid-Hyer Co. lo'VWe Travis, Aymard, D. C. Pensacoia, Tla., June
from convict '
I up to $18 and $20. feet 7 inches camp.; 130.pounds Description; medium: 5 : N. 10 ft.. of lot 17,'block' 42. E. King | 27, 190.__ '!2Suneoaw8wStatse
Straw hats of character build .21 and all kinds of Feed Tract E. of Tarragona St., $45. .
; age ; carriage erect; bro' rneyes ,
.
for 75c, $1 and $1.50. Stet black hair McDavid-Hyer Co. to. ,David Jones, ..
'
; complexion black; Stuffs.Pluto' the S. 20 caeked' *. of is
son softs and stiffs at medium forehead medium ft. of lots 17, 'all of lot 18, No.i with U brat oU4 nU today exemplified
::, $3.50. Summer shirts ,at ; ears; round block 42, E. King Tract, E. of Tarragona I pea point-finest mlcaaiz4 nefltire&.auj. bcgts Itti'marb1e
the the
nose; medium mouth good teeth I in Qualities of
; rubber
75 cents and a dollar that ; St., $100 and other considera. and fully laraateed. and porcelain show little,tracks on the
'round ch'ni: short neck; square shoul.ders tions. Eagle: "f'1uJ.No.25 surface, which In time' fcecomep filled Headache
1
are really worth fiftycents length of feet with Remedy.BROMOVIN.
; 10 inches; vaccination cold baJada.$2.50 with dust till the
WaterWholesale figures'have
: the
; more. Underwearthat scar on left ELlis "Fluh" No. 26 ap-
spells personal coin- I YARN arm. Don't let your child suffer with ,lam.ia*. $3.00 pearance of being veined with tiny
.
fort for 25 and 50 centsa BROTHERS CAMP that cough when_you can cure it withBallard's with gold band*,$4.00S9L3iyStathmrs black streaks. To renWe. these pre-

garment Cantonment. Horehound Syrup,. a sure and Other Store pare a bath consigns of nitric ado
CREW NOTICE. and Retail cure for Coughs, Bronchitis, Influenza i Aet TOUR DEALER. !rile and water ia the fcreyorUoa of on. Quick, Certain, Agree-

: Neither the Croup, and Pulmonary Diseases. docta'l dl you the Eagle part of acid to.five partaof; water. I able and Harmless.For .
H. captain owners Buy a bottle and "FLASH"Fountain Peat thu
ANSON try it. .
I Wl .a ..nor consignees of the New Orleans Co. B., B. Laughter, Byhalia, Miss.; end tie retail price direct to the article to be cleaned,"is small ; Sale
It. ss "Cerea" wi'i be responsible : Grocery writes: ,'1 have two children who had ua.aateed.Each pea afaotady par. may simply bt left. to ; soak In th by
CASH CLOTHIER for debts contracted .M bath for a short tine wb n'the cleaaing White's
I Pharmacy
tried
croup. many different remedies -
by. the crew cf said vessel, but .I must. ,say/ your Horehound Eagle Pencil Co will be doae and rInsing ia C9lo .
Corner Palafoi! and MaiD FRANCESCO JIOLINARV I: Jas. McHugh, Syrup is the best Croup and Uaooiactann water will complete,the'operatien.,.Tit, PALAFOX STREET.

,_ GULF o TRANSIT.- .'Captalo.f Cough medicine I ever, .used.. Sold .' 34 I Broadway_ ,Now_York article should b* put t..dry.. ,where dust Manufactured by
---- -- 1 Consignee.! ,. Phone 105. Proprietor by all druggists. ; ', !>'" cannot get tipoa.it : G. VAN ANTWERP &, SON,

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