The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: May 29, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I iiort h Session of Conferees Held RYE f KILLED[ [ BYLIGHTNIN6 r from Jail at Wadeb ro, .N, Attorney General, Files lafor mal I MGOIERN HAD i:Important Question Hinges on.1

and Adjournment Taken to C:, Nan e to Jree and Body L &: tions Against the Chattanooga Legality of Clause in City ,t -

This Afternoon Filled With Bullets Lynchers.TWENTYSEVEN .

lN --i _-. -:i;,:' BEST f T DF f lit T f ,

THE PANAMA CANAL Cars of Passenger Train. Derailed THE MAYOR TALKSWill



I Kitteredge Makes Defense rille Yard..

of f Sea Level Plan. OCTOBER; 15. I Opinion.

Tragic End of Sunday Baseball By Associated Press 22 WERE INJURED 1 10 Rounds With Britt LastNightHeapeights ;

Raleigh, N. C..,.'May 28.-A special
THREE DEMOCRATIC SPEECHES Game-Tw'o of Tictims Well By Associated Press
from Wadeboro, N. C., says: I Fight BOARD OF WORKS MEMBERS
LIVERED ON RESOLUTION TO Early today a mob of two hundred Washington, May .-Attorney

Known in Pensacola.SpeciaJ having knocked. sheriff Boggan insen-, Coaches "SideCars Swiped" Freight General Moody today filed an infor- Draw-Pugs Arrested.By STATE THEY BELIEVE BOND "

PURCHASE CANAL MATERIALIN sable: battered down the jail doors I i mation requesting that a rule be Is- TRUSTEES HAVE USURPED ,

.. secured J. V. Johnson, white, whomurdered tTra k. sued
MARKETS BUSINESS Side reqpiring responsiblefor
Associated Press.
: to Tne Journal, his brother-in-law, Quinn I I I : FUNCTIONS OF THE BOARD-
the of Ed Johnson New York 28.-The McGovenfcBritt
lynching a May
IN HOUSE BLOCKED ON Mdbile( Ala, May ?8.-L ghtnlng Johnson, last February. Johnson was
fight went the full ten \ AUSO THAT PROPER COURTESY
taken to the edge of town'and hangedto negro, at Chattanooga, Tenn, last
the death of five here I at Madison Garden tonight l I
caused rounds Square
ACCOUNT OF NO QUORUM. persons a tree and his body riddled with BODIES, OF VICTIMS' BADLY DIS- March, to show cause why they should i!, HAS NOT BEEN SHOWN.
Sunday afternoon and the injury of I but no decision was rendered i
a !
FIGURED-TRAIN ,WAS RUN. not be punished for contempt of courtI under the law. Those who saw the
number of A-baseball gaiuehad Johnson tried'on the charge of
others. was Johnson had been tfjed and ;sentenced contest declared that McGovern had
By Associated Press I just been completed between to murder in the ,first degree, the trialresulting NING AT MODERATE' SPEED to death for an ahempted'criminal! the better of the fightHeavyweights i|, ,Just before the meeting of the
in disagreement of the jury. f ,z.
Washington, May 28.-'A messag local and the shouts',of 1 i Board of Public
teams, victory The-people were indignant at the brutality WHEN ACCIDENT,,OCCURRED-' assault on a white girl and had been Fight Draw. ,i Works adjourned
from the house asking a conference were being-given when suddenly,the -' : yesterday afternoon Mayor BUSS
of the deed and later at the outcome granted a writ: of habeus corpus by New York, May 28.-The bout be-
en tile railroad, rate bill was laid be- cheers were changed to moan and of the.trial.. iSiLEEPING CARS '... the federal court. (Sheriff John F. tween ,the heavyweight pugilists,' :made a statement to the members

fore the senate today and, S nator'fnIman groans. The transformat'on: from Governor Glenn was advised of the. TRACK BUT OCCUPANTS WERE Shipp had been warned that an attempt Gus Kuhlin, of Ohio and Sandy Ferguson present The statement show that
lynching and at once ordered a strict 'e; I of Boston, went six rounds to the board is far from satisfied at the
moved thatthe_ request b e<: gaiety tq sorrow, anguish and death ? would be made to lynch the negro ,
1 investigation. UNINJURED. : a draw at the Marlborough Athletic treatment being accorded the body
granted. This was carried and the I I ty the Board of Bond Trustees anti
rice president appointed Senators El-, from practically a clear sky, which no extra guard. II ,
kina and Tillman conferees on the par t; killed three white persons and two The defandants named in the infor- Pugilists Arrested. think the latter body baa usurped

pf the genate.SEVERAL I I nE R EYO LUTIONARYI R RI By Associated 28.light.Pfels. mation are twenty-seven persons, Including New York. May28.Terry. McGovern :j(functions of the Board of Works
negroes. killed
--- Louisville, :May were the sheriff and his deputies. Jamas Ea"ward" Britt, Manager"I, The chief executive stated that in -
A number were rendered unconscious and twenty-two injured by the derailment -
SPEECHES ON The court granted leave to file the Harry Pollock and Referee Tim the matter of advertising for bid.
PANAMA CANAL MATTER" !S i for a time, but'were'revive:; : and. of two coaches of a passenger information, making it returnable on I Hurst, were arrested with eleven
the of
left the scene before their ideality, train on the LouisviUe: [ &' Nashville the second :Monday of the next term i others at the Madison Square Garden -: adoption plans and specifications
I FORCES f ENTERGUATEMALA The train left Knox- for the city hall, the construction -
Washington, May 28.-fThe senatE I could be ascertained. Those killed railroad today. October 15.RUMOR. to-night on the charge of conducting -,
today sent the railroad rate bill to a J I ville last night and was. nearing the and participating in a fight. of sewers and other matters, the

conference, listened to a long defensE II, were station in Louisville at moderate Bond Trustees had not even shown a
Stephen Touart 1 wheel of OF SHIFT IN
when flanks on a
i a
b) Senator Kitteredge of the sea leve 1 disposition of courtesy to the Board
Donald Touart. the smoker broke,, throwing open a
canal to three democratic speeches 01
Arthur Moody. "two :coaches to I CHEAPER of Public Works.
switch causing AFTER
tie itsolution relating the RUSSIAN MINISTRY
to purcftasi e tIn
John Green, colored. "side sVo" pe" freight cars on a side discussing the matter, which he
of)f canal: ] supplies in foreign market s!
and devoted the,ema'nder'! of the ses Charles Thomas, colored. track. The bodies of the dead were d@i1' at length Major BMss aid that

to the postoffice appropriatioi Those severely injured were: so badly disfigured that-Identificatio n according to the charter of the city,
Fred Burch, John Ycckers, Joe Dol- until this ievening. i By Associated Press.
was not .
bill that is wherein organic law refers tu
bear, Fre11: Johnson: George Cleveland Scheme. to Americanize the Republic Among the dead ;are: Howard B,. St. Petersburg{ May 28.-Rumors AND MORE
Board of Public Works, it is staled
the -
Ljman Strange. I Coleman, salesman of: Stanford Ky., of a shift in the ministry are everywhere -
PRELIMINARY MEETING. None. of.the'.ball plajerg! were injur- Said to Be Under Way- and William Pruitt, .Lebanon, Ky., current to-night It is persis- that over public work, such as
OF THE CONFE.REE S!IJ ed. Moody umpired, the game. i i the overseer of Rai'efs'Stocfc farm.Among .. tently reported that former finance construction and erection the board i

Ttonal Washington! May 28.-Ten minute:s I, edest! of the three white boys ,kilted.d .:to C. Frances Price, Pineville, Wy.., from Moscow to confer with the em LIGHTS : Unless the act of the legislature creating '
after senate conferees on the raUroa It..For radius of-twentyfeet of where: fractured ana anti bru'se. peror, but there is ,no knowledge of the Board of Bond Trustee,

rate trill were, I appointed: ChairmaiElkms the, boys met.1he.'r,deaths( ihe:groun'l! By Associated Pre, I Brachtery-Pinoi fie;fraotureiribs. t what the business,may be 't and providing for their appointment
called tF meeting of the join!t I covered with 'fofn clothes and Washington; May 28? Guatemala r v and _duties has repealed' the. act:of-

conferee. The meeting uras'only pr/.'t Iscorched ''Clothing and shoe' leather.. threatened with a revolution which; .I I II i I' the charter referring to the Board of
lim'nary, though there was some dis''f I lie'.bodies; of the three white persons may endanger American interests in'I S. B. Buckanon, Crabb Orchard, Ky... jumped the track and crashed into a Board of Public I Works Took Up ;.Works, the major states that the-latter

cusslon: of the bill. The house con'| were terribly lacerated and,blackened that'I republic.: I I bruised.Ray I I freight train' on the siding, and were, t board has ample authority in all
According dispatches rece'vedat: slightly bruised. ,' badly damaged. The s'eep'cars' matters of public work construction.No :; .
fere to obJeet'ons
?s were asked present any -'' while the !bodies of the negroes did not I
!' they had to the "wisdom 01 ft appear other than that they'had diet the state department today from Minister -!, F. G. Parks Louisville.The from Knoxville and NortonviUe !left]I the Question at Yesterday'sMeeting. Desire to Interfere.

the senate" in amendin'g the hous<'I natural ,deaths. Combs, the scene of trouble is I i train left Knoxville last night t; the track also, but were not damaged i Mayor Bliss stated that he felt assured
'I I I! in the northern part of the republic, and was due in Louisville at 8 a. m.,, and their occupants were unhurt. All that the Board of Works had
Moody worst burned. Them I
bill.Said one of the senators, "we ': .' was near the Mexican frontier. and was on time. of those killed met death in he smoker LO tfesir to interfere with the Bond
stroke first hit him' in the head and .
mend to you as a piece of our monumental :. I I It had Just passed Magnolia streel t i and day coach, it being reported That 'Trustees in their work, but at the
traced the Mayor
across breast, down the effort will be made by
'j i An
I that is of the opinion
folly' the anti, amendment Americanize Guatemala.I and eras proceeding at a moderate rate t every person in the smoking car was' same time he
pass the foot bmn- of the Board of
right to members
leg completely : the
but vou may do with it as you like." ''I j ing the shoe,from the foot. Stephen, Mexico City, May 28.-llevolut'on-: :: of speed when a flange pn a wheel 01'the f killed. j Bliss and Works to secure more and that the trustees have delegated to
The conferees will meet at 2 ,}'clocktomorroVo' : Touart was burned about the breast ary troops have crossed the Guatemalan :'' smoker split, causing that car to I Officials! of the Louisville ant: Nashville Public electric lights for Pensacola.At .: themselves more power than the law
and continue to meet enti i border from the north and from?I leave the track. The plunge of the t say there were eight persons cheaper provides.In .
and rght: leg. A s'lver dollar which ; the contract reads that stated
some conclusion is reached. Salvador and British Honduras. It Is' smoker uncoupled the engine, baggage killed and a number insured, but up present this respect the mayor
the youn'gman had in his pocket was to and including forty at the last meeting
for all lights up that the council only
the of the had the I
stated object expeditionsis and express cars. to 11 o'clock they not learned .
partly melted. The watch carried by that the city shall pay $90 per annum; had referred the matter of paving
Americanize Guatamala. I smoker and two coaches I of of the dead.
Touart showed signs of the stroke I Ii over forty and up to fifty $85; over, Chase street to the Bond Trus
"NO QUORUM" POINT and the bands stopped at 4:45. showing fifty $80. I! tees. The petition for the paving of

that the Jslroke' must have, hit him! It is desired that the cheaper rate! the thoroughfare, the chief executive
Washington, May 28.-The house oc"1, at that houfVf ji be secured and it is argued that by stated, was signed by the abutting
nip ed most of the day in considersticra rl i The storm 'was general throughoutthe the placing of seven or eight more' property owners. The council is the

of .the compulsory education bill city and did damage to houses, and HERBS lights which will exceed the maximum only power that has the authority to
for the District*>f. Columbia the blU i i shubbery. mark that the $80 rate can be secur order the street paved. and why refer
being finally paced! on passage. r Wli1 Ti3IgU ed. In fact it is believed from a legal the matter to the trustees? he asked.

Business was. blocked for twahours' TOUART BOYS HAD standpoint that such can be demanded Legal Advice.
03: the "no quorum" point of order 'RELATIVES HERE and successfully carried through "This question of whether or not

raised by Mr. Williams, of Mississippi: : ,, l :5'E the courts should the light company I the act of the legislature repeals the
tad:! roll of the charter pertaining to
call showing no quorum The young Touarts were known in e refu e, which is not anticipated, under provision "
the sergeant-at-arms and his assist the Board of Works said
', Pensacola: and had many: relatives fj y 1R the- new owners. I determined
to have
lIlts made the rounds of residences propose
here, some of whom left fonVobile.. to be i The question was referred to Mayor authority
o' the property
the advice
and hotels where members live and, present at the obsequlss. The sudden t ( :)Eigs! to take up with the owners of by Jones I will sub
c / I' City AttornJY
one Dare' by, one they, appeared In their and tragic deaths of their relatives! : ( Vrn tlje Escambia Electric Light and Pow mit the question :o the municipality'slegal

was a severe shock to them. 1 Company.. aVvisor at once, and ascertainour
Mr{ Williams: stated that for the The Touart boys' were the sons, of standing. As stated I have no

trot r time in the life of this congress. :Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Touart and were desire to interfere with the Bond

the strict rule of the house had been employed at the Southern Ccal Company / 1 1.No EIGHT DROWNED Trustees in their labor, or any way

put In operation! as to bringing item, in Mobile, their: father being at infringe upon their rights. At the
'bers before the bar under arrest. the the Mr. this
head of corporation. IN CLOUDBURST same time I believe body possesses
Touart, Sr., was formerly a residentof r : rights which should be considered ;

SUPREME COURT Pensacola. cct even if it be from the honorable,
t By Associated PreSs Board of Bond Trustees."

Salt Lake City, May 28.-Eight to Daniell, Has a Say.
TERM IS ENDED JOPLIN SAVINGS ten Mexicans, employed as sheep "I am not familiar with conditions
said Mr. Daniell who has
shearers near Golconda, Nevada are ,
BANK IS CLOSED reported drowned last in a ClQudburstlwhich I been a member of the Board of

t washed out the Southern Pao'-!-I I Works for only a short tlmp. "It
HIGHEST TRIBUNAL IN THE.' LAND fie roadbed at Golconda. No particulars seems to me that the Bond Trustees
r have usurped the functions of the
damage :
have been receded but the -
AOJOURNSTO: MEET IN OCTO of Works and arrogated to
By Associated, Press. to the road has ben repaired.! Board
Joplin, Mo., May 28.:The Joplin i ii their own body great authority. I
BER. .
DR00OU iI objection to the trustees coins
have no
Savings Bank was closed to-day by il I
the state bank examiners under in- >.1EF' DOUBLE MURDER j!l as much work as the members of

structions, from the,: secretary of I that body may desire, but at the
By Associated Press same time, I think courtesy and con.sMera.tion
state. The deposits aggregate $84- i
Washington, May 28.-The term of 000 The capital is $10,000. Presi- 1 ADSUICIDIjBy ] is due the Board of Works

the Supreme Court which began last tient ,Layne of the bank issued a I X ) I EF l from the Bond Trustees, or "for that I

October, ended today, all cases undis- tatement pledging to; pay. ,every depositor I / Associated Press i matter from any other body. the f
Pos>ea of going over as usual. The J in fulL He later offered to TR affair Chairman! Zelius acquiesced in
28.-A tragic -
Fort Worth ;
sr and Mr.
serf' term will his personal property to l 4 i opinion of Mayor
begin in October. turn over yet I --< Stile, Reagan county, lash /
I Dlnle'lI. .
I f valued! about :
Official announcement was made of pay depositors;' It Is at night, resulted in the death of J. R.i All Natured. .
te!: retirement of Justice Brown from $80,000. /'. Vi (Mrs. Warren and Mr.l,
the \ I Warren, The statements made, by the mayor
Supreme Court bench by Chief I I of the Warren -'!
Just FUGITIVE IS Pierce a guest and numbers of the Board of Works
-e Fuller, who ALLEGED ,, II /
expressed the high family.! There were no wit: did; not show the least trace of resentment
'steem entertained for Justice Brown CARRIED TO_ GEORGIA
N nesses to the killing. From mest-age"l I or ill-feeling. The body
'he other ._ I I
members of the bencX:
/ received it is believed that seems to be of the opinion that certain -
Leonard Phillips th negro, charged killed his wife and Pierce and then I courtesy is due, aD' will seek W
Nominated for Collector. with being a fugitive from justicewas I
"') committed suicde.Warm: [secure it.
"sshington, May .-The president carried back to Georg'a oy Sheriff .
to"a) sent to the senate the nominaf -I Cass of Ashburn, that. state! Sunday ( -, : '

')f Henry T. Dunnto, as collector I ntebL Phillips is wanted.for.only : .
a. Customs for the district of Bruns- a misdemeanor., The negro was ar : Convention Expected ,
rot; Ga. rested by Captain Fondebila,

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s ksAppropriation, for a C- : -;---: .'

By Associated Pies", ito be warm '
w'r d Nashville, May 28.-The State Cox and Patterson have thoroughly

Graving Dock ,at Pensacola N 9" Democratic Convention meets here' canvassed the state and the bitterest .

: to-morrow to nominate candidates for' feeling has been engendered, personalities
Governor and Railroad Commissioners. -I entering largely into the diicassiona. -

Special t0 The JcurnaU was passed by, the. house several I Governor John L Cox, Congress t .
approprla' of the Tenth:I Jude Bond's frienos hope he may
"'ashl 'days ago providing,tor an man M. R. Patterson,
1 hob! "svuu, May .q 8.-S-nator tion of j100i0oQ for .th trr construction PASTE THIS IN YOUR lP.1'A1'"D'HENEVER YOU HEAR .ABOUT THE -PROSECUTION' OF THE District and Judge John R. Bond are I (derelop! strength as a comp mtHI

j < ry bas offered! an amendment to.ot a graving dock,-at, the Peasacola. I( HIGH'ART. candidates and the contest promises I cand1da.a. *
n&ui appropriation bill, waicnpavy Yard. ,' i.

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,. Life often ,seems too long.to the woman who suffers HIGH SCHOOL C .

from painful periods. The eternal bearing-

down, headache, backache, leucorrhea, nervousness, s.r .

dizziness, griping, cramps and similar tortures are BUILDING

dreadful. To make life worth living, take

eqf@rdQjWoman's Arguments Against location and

Size, of Plot Selected by

Relief the School Board

9 And over Schlitz beer has been famous

1t quickly relieves inflammation, purifies and enriches The following communication, ,

the blood, strengthens the constitution and which is self-explanatory, has been

permanently cures all diseased conditions from which received from Prof., Jos. ,B. Lockey, /r because of its purity.. When it: was brewed

principal ; of the Pensaco.a, High
weak women suffer. '

It is matchless, marvelous, reliable.At Edtor School:Pensacola Journal: /F -' in a hut it was brewed by a master, aim-, _.

all druggists' in $1.00 bottles. 'It is probably not generally ,known
that the School Board contemplatethe
SUITEEED GREATLY" erection this summer of a High ide ls- Now exceeds
WRITS US A T school building.: At present the ( ing at new our output

freely and frankly, in Mrs. L. E. Clevenger,of Belle- High School is in School No.1, facing I ," I
dence,telling us all your N. C., "at my monthly periods,
Lee Square but owing to the
troubles. We will send free Tenn."I Bfe. but the first bottle of Car- Our
rapid increase in the grammer grades a million barrels annually. agenciesdot
plain sealed envelope). me wonderful relief and now the will
building no longer accommodate .
dits Advisory Dt'pt.,The better health" than I have been both the grammar school and

Medicine i Co., Chattanooga,, ng time. the high, school. I know that to the
the whole earth. Yet still double
matter of the selection of a site for we .
the High School building the School

Board have given, a great teal of attention '
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; that finally they have decided the of mate : :
at this cost our brewing to ;r :
BLUE LAKE IST111 fever is somewhat improved upon a 'lot 150 feet on Palafox + necessary ,
writing. street by 275 on Blount street. This ':
Mr. Shipes is placing material on lot is nine blocks north of Le Square .",. ,; .
ON BOOM the ground for the erection of a store and five or six blocks from the car 11 ': certain that the pr.oductjs pure. :. "
building. line. Now what: were the considera- : : ..
Wort is progressing on W. H. tions. in the selection of this site? ..- -"- ,
Bretts new residence. James John First, the School Board had to find
CROW LUMBER CO., BUILDING UP son is the contractor. I a suitable lot which was for sale Common '
usually costs just as :
THRIVING TOWN ON B. C. Mrs. M. A. V. Evans is now occupying Second, the price must be reasonably beer; ;, you <:
her fine new resiafence l in the I ,
low. Third! the lot must. be as nearly '" cAsk .
& ST. A. RY. eastern part of town having movedin central as possible. After lookingthe :' .' .
this we k. ground over and considering the m U C h aS
Miss Lillie Harrell has been sworn desirability of :various lots in differ. for the Brewery Bottling. '. '

Special to The Journal. I in as one of the clerks in the post cut portions of the city the board de-' Common, beer is sometimes substituted for Schlitz. ,
: office. She will fill the of the
Chipley May. 28.-The little town place cidea) upon the sjte mentioned above.:
of Blue Lake 2% miles south of assistant postmaster who will ,shortly And although they have about con-. To avoid being imposed upon, see that the cork or crown is branded S ell H tZ. '- ,
Chipley is on a big boom. About a l leave to visit relatives and friends cluded to build upon this site the
month ago the Crow Lumber Co. put in Kentucky and Indiana. members of the board are by no
up a large plant on the banks of the Henry Peters of Chipley paid our means sure that this location taking
lake. The company has bought land city! a flying visit Friday morningThe every thing into consideration, Is the f' ,
and taken large leases on the lake to Bonifay High school will closein best to b,;; obtained. For this reason
run till in 1915. There are about fOHr weeks. they would be glad to have the mat-'
twenty houses already and se.enu; Regular appointment at M. E. ter discussed by the citizens with a I
more very good ones are being con church was filled by: Rev. Chester E. view to the selection! if possible of a "-
structed including a large boarding Johnson Sunday. more suitable site. Let me open the
house. There is a great demand for The Bonifay baseball team is getting discussion of this subject by bringing
houses to rent. The company has in fine work and is ready for what seems to me serious objections. ,
built' a commissary warehouse and business. Send in "challenges." '
your to the proposed location. .. .
depot on the B. C. & St A. R. R., (Blackberries are on the market 'First, The lot being only 275x150 .' -
has a large switch running clear I and watermelons are in sight. feet is much toosmall Ito provide .r
through the yards to the mill and is playgrounds. The great Cities of this
shipping lumber as fast cars can be I country, have made a serious mistakeby
secured. Nearly 1,000,000 feet h not providing playgrounals' for the Phone 18 -'
stacked on the yards. A school house I! I 1 ORANGE HILL I children, and now that they are be- The Lewis Bear Co. .
and church will soon be built and
ginning to realize it they are com-
post office established.We I pelled to spend immense sums to. Main- and, Palafax Sts., Fensacolaa- .. ..
are having rains now that are provide them. I think we are all '
bringing up the crops that have been Special to The Journal. coming to see how important a part : .

retarded by dryweather.: Cotton in Orange Hill. :May .-The farmersin I of one's education play, is.:. ;The, importance :- The Beer': '',''' "'.'.j.'...-'' <*.,I
the neighborhood is making a very this section of the county were of physical education is '<" I J -< ; tJ: -
poor showing on account; of drouth. fortunate this 'seasonin securing obvious, but the importance play, _,:r ;:"
The'city water works is in good good stands of corn and: cotton. The as a moral force is little thought of. .. '
running order now and preparationsare latter is all shipped out and corn is Personally, I believe the greater part
being made to put up some fine being plowed the secono:! time. Recent :of a boy's moral education. is gottenon :
brick and cement block buildings at showers have greatly improvedthe the playground. Under proper That Made Milwaukee larnous.
once) appearance of all crops. The oat guidance baseball, football basket
Mr. Al Hogeboom The Journal'srepresentative '
crop is fairly good where the land ball and our other excellent games do
was in town Friday
was liberally fertilized.The more toward developing a boy a
tearing off yellow receipts for new Democratic primary is over sense of fair play, the ,power.of self -
eu'ncribers to The Journal. We are ; .. ....
of '
and every one is glad it.Mr. control under provoking circum- v an-*" -- ,1 .
sorry to learn that his wife is quite G. B. Bush Is busy shearing his stances, and a regard' for the rightsof were on the south side of Cordova I Newspapers Best Mtdiums. i I I "'- =-..,
ilL sheep this week. others than almost any other square( I take this point merely for On Feb. 14, before one of the, Order Four
Circuit Court convenes at Vernon Mr. J. A. Mathlais a classes of the Y. M. C. A., Philadelphia }=
prosperous agency. Play Is: a part of every purposes of comparison) the average WOOD
next Wednesitfay.BONIFAY: farmer of Oak Hill was a visitor here child's heritance and should not be number would be 11.7 or nearly one at Fifteenth, and Chestnut, ICE 9 f'remandthe
this week.. denied him simply because the centerof block nearer than. the site selected on streets, Joseph H. Appel, one of the '- : : :
I DEss! Norma Books' has returned population may be here or there. Palafox street. It is evident then cleverest advertising managers in the ;Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company.
from East Bay, where she has been I The proposed site then, it seemsto that as far as being centrally lo- country, delivered an address on the I
r J JSpecial teaching school for the past four me, fs'not suitable because it is cated is concerned the North Hill site subject of. "Store Advertising."I Office--Corner Chase. and Tarragona. Phone 259I
months. Miss Norma is.a talented not large enough to provide adequate would have no advantages over a location Some of the; cleverest of his suggestions I I ,
young lady< who is fast making a playgrounds.! If the boys used all the on East Hill not further north are as follows: "Merchandise
Ir reputation as a teacher available space there would still be than 10th street and not lurther east, i is its own best advertisement. The JtOCK.S
to The Journal. Miss Henry, of North Carolina, is by far too little ground for baseballor I than lth avenue. And, in my opin purpose of store advertising is not II
Bonffay, May 28.-Every one glad- visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Faulk football It is i! merely to sell goods but to sell more
ly welcomes the rain that has fallen this week. court might be provided true a, but basketball if a! ion, which of course may be worth]I goods-to make friends, built up a A good 8 day Parlor. Clock ........... .. ....* .... .. .. .. J'00
within ten
I but little on this point,
for the past two days. .Misses Gena and Lizzie Gainer of part of the i I patronage that will not only stick, A good 8-day Parlor Clock, with alarm, $3W
We are glad to note the appearanceof Shingle Bay, were pleasant visitorsat for the girls and grounds the rest were for set the apart boys, or ing fifteen on East years Hill a high would school be build much I but grow. Newpapers reach the I 8-day Mission Clocks, 275 to. .. .. ..... ... ... ... ,.. >.. .. .. J'-W

Clerk W. H. Brett Jr., on the the Hill this week. there would scarcely be room enoughfor I nearer the center of the' white population greatest number of the people in the,I Repairing at reasonable prices.
streets again after an illness of four Messrs. Deckle Campbell and Dr. even basketball. An'a;! I might of the city than the one on:II immediate vicinity, in the most natur'j''I J. F. DAWS, JEWELER, at Coe's Book Store
weeks. ,Collier, pastor of the Chipley Bap- I al at the least expense,
add here that what I in to way
way regard North Hill for the whole of the extreme (I =:!
; -
111 Miss for the Mary past McCloud three who weeks has been with tist Hill church one, made day last a flying week.trip' aroundthe a ground boy's applies moral education with equal on force the to play the!':i i I bids fair eastern to become portion settled of with the white city I Ii dare'!ifor.therefore stores. In the a best newspaper of all mediums you follow :l::!I ::r.'v& ..A'......A..A......... ... ............................................ NNVNJIMM-- --

i' the lines of least, resistance-you!
girlsand'they of course ought to be of such a class
people and people
provided for. also coula) patronize the public schools| flow with the stream':::'you talk to to'I FLY AND MOSQUITO SCREENS.
Second, The plot of selected I an audience: already assembled

ground : of
western portion
while the extreme
who to read- the I
INHERITED does not provide room enough for] to Be given I the people want
the city seems already Put in own We have size in stock
SCRDFULAAN the development of mental cosmos is'rlght-the-: on your common ;
a great High I uP' largely to uegroes.This ; .
School with a manual training depart: I jour wire and they; won't ring off if

ment, a commercial department, a i citizen ought is a question to ba interested in which and every I you item .hold their int rest.-.News Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO.
Every one has a hereditary right to a pure blood supply, which insures school preparing for the hundreds of :young: am sure the members of the School V VAv..MI

a strong: healthy body; but how many do we see who have inherited that people It may be very duties well to of discus citizenship.this], Board would be glad to have the pub-I '
greatest all misfortunes Scrofula and lic help them to settle this important MAN
are struggling of
as an idle dream, but if Fensacola
disease and suffering? Scrofula is a constitutional trouble handed down really wants such an institution she I matter.brick It cement is their stone intention buiMins to bu'Jja and: j, Where will you and the maid I I PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPAQ

from parent to child, a curse from generation to generation as long as the will have it. There is no doubt of: to have or it planned that additions (Madam) and the Kiddies spend the i
scrofulous matter is allowed to remain in the family blood. As the very that. :Millions: of dollars now accu-I so from time to time summer?
foundation of the blood is diseased we see this awful affliction manifested mulating in the hands of a few men :I may without be made marring to its it beautv. The aim' Why not take a flyer (Our Flyer) Phone 570.

in many ways, such as enlarged glands or tumors about the neck which are returning to the people through j I will be rather to make it more and to toe finest Summer Country in the
often burst and become discharging ulcers, weak eyes, chronic Catarrh of the benefactions to the school;. I haveno I! more complete from an artistic standpoint -,,! world? Cool, Bracing and, Invigora I Estimates cheerfully furnished on all classes: of electrical
head skin diseases, etc. This blighting disease being so firmly intrenched doubt but that many a wealthyman as each addition !s ma3e. Here ting Colorado. work We handle all kinds .of electrical supplies.
in the blood often attacks the bones, resulting in White Swelling, or hip would be glad to give Pensa is an opportunity for Penracola to begin -i; It only takes a day. Leave St. Louis I

disease, while a pallid, waxey appearance of the skin, loss of strength, and tioned cola such, if a he school as I have men-, a work w' is 1 will be to her!!Ion the Missouri Pacific at 9:00: a. m.I 205 SOUTH BAYLEN STREET
often lung affections show that the disease entirely destroying the rich, were 'onlconvinced of credit-the beginning of -schoolj i The next morning early you are 'n ,
the need here
and of the
nutritive qualities of the blood. There is but one way to cure Scrofula and of his Most of judicious which some nay with its ample play' Colorado. I Pensacola, Florida.
use !I
money. the _
that is to purify the blood and rid it of the germs of disease, and for this at present given to education money is grounds may be pointed out .with,i Living is Ctieao.! Write. for description -t

purpose nothing equals S. S. S. Its purifying and building-up given to universities. But as it becomes .I pride and which may be instrumental the citizenship :I : pamphlet-list Boarding' Housesetc. .' i11NNNIINNON1011111N1011111N01i11111Nile1'ILate
in raising to a high plane .
make it the ideal ,
remedy Scrofula. S. S. S. more generally recognized that
] of the community.
searches out and destroys all poisons and the High School is peculiarly thepeople's I Jr. n T "'-c (T. LOW RATES -
S S S germs, gives strength, richness and vigor to school-the people's college. Princpal of High School.Gentlemen's i
the weak, polluted blood and cures Scrofula -more money'will be given to them. To Denver, July 9tli to 14th, account '

4 ...... permanently. S. S. S. is a purely vegetable At any rate, the 'question, of having meeting B. P. 0. Elks.
PURELY VEGETABLE medicine, made from roots, herbs and barks loom to expand is worth considering I To San Francisco, June 24th to
in the selection of a site for a High July 6th. ii M lLttuJ11lg
and may be ,taken with absolute safety by School. Buyers
To Colorado and Salt Lake City all
or old. It so thoroughly the i I
young removes poison,from the blood that no Thirst, The lot selected is no nearer I
of it are ever seen again and summer. ,
signs is
posterity blessed'with
a pure blood the present white school populationthan I. E. REHLANDER, .
upply. Book on the blood and any.medical,advice desired without charge. many a plot of ground:'on East Trav Pass Agt. Chattanooga, Tenn.1 .-will.find our stock Mattings exceptionally fir :
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATlAfJTA.. GA Hill where whole blocks may' be had Fine Shirts now, many prefctypatterns in light or dark ,:- .
at moderate prices., "To get a desira- : fancy dictates. There's both China and Jap Ma''.'.- :
..-- ble lot near the center of school population NOTICE. f. much better, than you ever saw for that amour.;, .
'Pursuant to the call of the Democratic
is out of the s at
question. In :
We are especially equipped County Executive Com -
order to get some definite I '

A Can of Paint is Mighty Handy to HaveAround ber comparison of blocks I found the pupils,the average now basis in num-the for men's for fine laundering shirts; we gentle give ond mittee primary there will election be held a' sec on Ii 20 25, 30 and 3ec a Yard, Laid Free. !

High School would travel daily In going them'a clean satisfactory, Tuesday, the 12th day of June 1906,I. All you have to do is to make the selection f .
the house, shop or barn. There's a whole lot of to the school if it were locatedon finishwithout squeezing for the purpose of nominating candidates Test And for the kitchen or dining room tier ', :
things you can paint yourself with our the life out of 'them. It's for the following! offices: ..
ready-prepared the proposed site at',the corner of ing more comfortable. easier to keep,clean t.; .
:paints. When your sherves floor or perhaps wagon,need Palafox and Blount. and tho average economy to let us do your Two members of the House of Rep-\ 1 linoleum, which we ,have at only 55 and 65 cenr- .- .
painting, try a can of our Buvall 0. ,u: Paint Just as number they would travel if it were wash. resentative. I and we'll laf it for you without extra cost. VUT' :
good for house painting!' and only $2.00 a gallon. We located in the Immediate vicinity of I tine County Commissioner. DistrictNo. j shades keepout the sun and makes your gallery cUp I .
have Shingle stains in red and green at 75 cents a gallon. Cordova square on ,East Hill. In doing The Star Steam 4. for $3.50 to $6.00MARSTON :
"' Get our prices on lumber and builders' hardware. this I left out the consideration FRANK REIULY i I. .
'of the pupils who live at Fisherrille I:e.H". D'ALEMBERTE' Chairman.': .

Saunders Mill Company airs beyond and all others who live Laundry. Secretary., Ii & QUINA 0
out side of the city limits. I found ,
F 37 E- SarCsn Phcnt .
that the average number of blocks St. GENUINE IMPORTED PANAMA
Phone 717. 21 East Garden Street. raveled if the school were on the. Perusals Fie HATS AT THE M. & 0. CLOTHING t 10M10 S.Palafox: St Phone 148 Pensaola, Fla i

t, Palafox Hill site to 'be' 12.6. If It: STORE $3.50, WORTH $5.00. ...............................................se Hur.


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CEMETERY[ [ R ROlE .# N:;; pai Elastic- t.- l THE[ NEW.BEACOAT [ :. N NT .. ,..t'I i(." "J f i f

BILLS[ HARD R ,Paint be- elasticit must must, : T TOW N NrmNT : Tf f;'. !' .

give and $ LocH J i :>;':

,take with the shrinking and t.r
1! ,' i i:11t swelling of the wood and with the swaying i i
? PROVISOPeople I of the building. If it is not elastic it soon ,

looksseamy, cracks and breaks away, unable 1 ;" ;
to protect the surface which it is sup. 'f i, ;
H ;
\ posed to cover.: 's. '
The ,most elastic paint is Pure White ,:" 'f

Lead and Pure Linseed OILIt is so elas. : I ,".
of PensacDla Must!: Build History of Senator.Mallory's
: tic, in fact, that,a piece:of soft white pine Long j. I:

: ) : \ Road Between City ,and so with painted,a hammer may to be znakeijood.sized struck: sufficiently dent hard; "and Persistent Efforts to I S h'\, "I,>1 t

without cracking the paint at alL ',I '

$ \\\S\ I Big-Bayou Bridge.A Try it with a paint composed of zinc, Get It Erected, ... ,-1 I'
barytes,etc., and..what happens. '' :I
letter received from Representative The hard, inelastic paint ,
W. B. Lamar contains the Information which eunder'I The Town Point beacon light, the : /
refuses to
'h erty
d : establishment of which The Journal tGtS \ ; {! :
that the mittee< on military VI.. H
the tap of the hammer, noted a few days ago, Is proving of j< ,
Are You Going to Take Your affairs to whom referred the -
was will also refuse to expand the greatest possible value to the '
bill, making! an appropriation for completing and contract,with commerce of Fensacola !Bay as wellas X*! Ads 'ple: .s'at\tly: i .n
Vacation On Land or Sea the. construction of the roadto the wood under the action of the sun, the to pleasure yachtsmen who sail :A r jr\

the Barrancas! military post,toy way rain and the snow: these waters either day or night as it 4pi1: -;-.-' J'V 1.Ml1.-i t 5 f \ >..-/ j Acts .BerxeficLally 1 ; 'J1ctS'
of the national cemetery and the navy marks the shoal which has always #$ :* ':ivV\:
It makes no to us To make sure of & paint which will not sO* 4 6 ; ..- V*
yard, the naval > > r-'vtC- V.Tae
on reservation
If yon let your wants be known Pensacola near look seamy, crack and lose its hold, specify heretofore been a source of no "little- vW Mir K J*> truly as a Laxative }t'
Fla report the same backto inconvenience. *
] danger and tlR-rt-j-V
so that we can supply you with r i *4rjt '.(yr ,
clothes. the house with the recommendation RED SEAL In connection with the establishment ; .'
the proper that the bill be amended in certain Pure White L.ad of this beacon, some of the 'i/::)q.& :;ftTI i I Syrup of Figs appeals to the cultured and the ,,: ,

Half: the fun of vacation Is respects and that it pass as amended. Hade by the Old Dutch Process) work that was necessary to secureit "Ji// :' 1 well-informed and to the healthy, because its j ,

missed If you mis3ed providingthe The bill provides that the 'goveri will undoubtedly interest those 2'J7 \ /1 component parts are simple and wholesome T ,i
right clothes. ment shall build only that portion of and Pure Linseed 03. who haw so long desired its establishment. / .
il ;
? Vvv : fs and because it acts without disturbing the "J
the road which lies on the naval and 4 =25 .
Come here for your vacationlist military reservations and even that Send for a booklet containing several ban&.me 'Shortly after securing the estab- _?*;>--fe natural functions, as it is wholly free from : .

shall be conditional on the proviso reproduction.for of a actual color hooMi icheine, otering in painting nJuablenaestiou :jour raent of the Deer Point light, Senator -, V !"< *9S'fS'1 every objectionable quality or substance. In ,'1. ,

I contained in the following amendment; house. A teat for paint puritj ia alt>given S. R. Maliory made application to I the process of manufacturing figs are used, as t ;
The Proviso. have a light pla.cedon Town Point.It : ,.\ the medicinal :
NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY f 'SSi3 they are pleasant to the taste, but :: \
Provided That no part of said sum Clark Avenue and 10th Street St.Look Mo. was during Master the Dennis tenure Burns of office, of I \ v virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained from ,...t .:
Harbor some
IcTAllakRDfto :( been shall be made expended by the until state provision has ten years ago who compiled for Mr.: $& :eiL.f m tig -'.1\ an excellent combination of plants known to

)" THIE3J1B 1iD1f-' municipality for the construction county or JEc:1 Mallory stathtics showing that over \' fefc / k $ be medicinally laxative and to act most bene'p.
I 3,000 vessels passed both of these .
\ To its beneficial effects
at the same time of the rest of said WurrEFOR : With these ficially. get -buy
road not lying on land of the United points every year. figures the genuine-manufactured by the ,
lEAD Mr Mallory appeared before the 1' ,
States in a substantial manner. Such board and made application
.. light house
-- provision to be approved by the-sec but the ,}
for the light, board r'W91N'AlIit ,
SAFES SAFES I SAFES I SAFES retary of war. SALE BY ALL DEALERS while conceding its necessity, was Ct4'

Thus H will be seen that if the road unable to establish it for lack of -j. ..
Buy Diebold Safes is to be built at all'under this bill,' funds. ( ,

Scarritt Moreno Agent.COTTRELL that portion of It lying between the Senator Mallory then introduced a 3YRVPQ ,, ,
city and the Big Bayou bridge must UW bill providing for the light, but this
C- -- be 'built by either the city, county '01 SIOEALK[ bill failed to pass the house. At the

state.If ,following session he introduced an- itiflejR ,
the bill in its present state is satisfactory cther similar bill which meet a similar
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. to the people of this city, fate and at the beginning of the .'I. For sale ty all leading Druggists in original packages only, tearing tie full

Pensaeola Fla. Representative Lamar would be glad present session he Introduced still tiama of tie Company. .

L- to be advised of that fact and he will Will BE[ another one. This last bill, taking its ,.
DIAMONDSSomething then push its passage. regular course, was referred to the
house board for a recommendI .
light -- '-- =
Neat and Newln Them tion,. and the board reported back
W. A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Palafw! SI LARGE DOCKET THE MUNICIPAL IN COURT that the bill need not be pressed as ed healthfulness and the rick has juices never colored been as attack the

-,...- TESTED[ [ it, had decided to Vr5li'erect? >the' light anyway THETOMATO[ T T Tr AS iI life giving fluid act as a tonic even for, It Is '
TURTON & BELL. There was practically a continuous: This- all shows'whs.tl alarge amountof the invalid stomach There is no :
session of the :
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. municipal court from home where its visits are not welcome
Kodak Supplier Flnlshlnj tor Amateurs.R. 9' o'clock )'estel" !ay. morning until 2 work consideration is sometimes of necessary this kind to from secure and the table of either the millionaire I .

(cases: lock were in the before afternoon.Judge Laney Fifty ,eight and Such. Was the Action Decided the departments an.JSenator/ in authority Mallory's,at POPULAR r r FOODPLANT or presence.peasant As is Indian alike familiar corn, it with is distinctly its,' '

K. WHITE, nearly every' misdemeanor crime I in I Washington, : of American '
and final- in the origin, and proud
Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler and GraduateCpUcian.30 the calendar was on the docket. Jags Upon by the Board&of Pub"lic resent persistence.case will be ;accorded full indeed can we be of both of these ex Triednd "
and drunks downs did not
S. Paialox Street. Pensacola. Fla.TerselyTold and predominate .
those'who are bsnefitted by cellent food plants.
credit by
as usual on Blue Monda: ,:- :
Most of the cases were those of negroes ." '"- .Jh "lfght.. at Twra,'Point
charged with frequenting -' It Is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold.
house of bad repute. Out the total ol do hear It remarked
How often we : "
The meeting of .the Board of Public ,WORKMAALLSUIrTYTt.O !
.fifty- ight cases, thirty were"adJudg. "
oi: "It's only a cold, and a few days lat True
Works devoted principally to :
ed and .twenty-one of .the wag
guilty un (\
G. :C. Fleming, of Flomaton, was In fortunaterere Discharged, while the! routine businesa yesterday afternoon, er learn that the man is on his back'
the city yesterday.Editor other causes were continued with the though important questions were : FEET- Was for Years Considered Poisonous with pneumonia. This Is of such ,
that cold
occurrence a hOW-
taken and disposed of by tha common
W. W. Jones, of the Chipley exception of..one. referred to the up I
; not be
should ,
slight, disregarded.
ever Thousands of in
board.fThe persons
county. Two hundred and two dollars and Cultivated Only as
Banner, was in the city yesterday.F. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
and costs were assessed. Bono) ';Trustees and electric OSCAR THOMPSON MEETS SERI ;Pensaeola have tried Red :
well known discussed in counteracts any tendency of a cold to
Wheeler a young light matters were general -
Ornament. Heart Beer and nearly all
!Pensaeola citizen, is confined to his ARGUMENT MADE IN terms, a more thorough accountof OUS ACCIDENT AT THE an result in pneumonia and has gained
home with illness. THE MeCASKILL CASEIn which will be found in other: ', its great oppularity and extensivesale of them have formed the
columns of this 'paper. 0 x NAVY YARD. t::> : by its prompt cures of this most "Red Heart" habit Ask
During the lightning Sunday after On of the principal questions' settled 2-_ "; ): What' a great discovery the tomato', common ailment It always cures anyone of them if Red
noon, a stroke slightly touched the the federal court yesterday: by the E. C. Maxwell the
Judge argued case
dndicator in police station.! None
the !! matter. That -is concerning ; of comparativelyancient druggists.
sldeJwalk Thompson are
structural Ironworker plants .
Oscar a; most food
cf The United States versus J. J.McCasklll I them and they will
was hurt but excitement prevailed say
Company. The government the legality of the city's claim employed at the navy yard origin, there are plenty of people
for a short period. aside when a walk is laid by the municipality feel a distance pf fifty-two feat J'estel' livin'g today who can remember I Rainfall and Tree Growtb. yes.ItisNot.
desires to set patent to certain
Hon. P. K. Yonge, member of the lands. The argument made when the owner has refused to 'ay morning, striking .on his head when it was only an ornament cultivated A report has recently been published
itate board of control left last night: before Judge Charles Swayne.:was The construct a walk, when ordered to do His skull is fractured in the back for the beauty of its blossomsand which shows how closely the growth of :

for Tallahassee and Lake City to be! court took the matter under advise: so. part of the head and the workman II I handsome fruit. While its beauty: trees is dependent upon rainfall. Not :
present at a meeting of the board and ment. Bids were received for the erection is injured internally. He was unconscious was admired, it was considered like, only was this seen in the case of one :
to attend the commencement esercisej of several walks from a local cement" : last; night and his condition the poisonous: oak, dangerous to even and two year old trees, tat In an Investigation I
._, which were rejected on motion i is considered extremely serious by complected", ''
of the two state schools. -- ---- ---- company i handle except by "dark extending orrr a period
of Mr. Daniell. He stated that it I the attending physician. Years of acquaintanceship, of twelve years during which time the
The season for big fish stories I is I has not been definitely decide' legally The injured man is 38-years of ag'and however persons., wore off Its superstition and annual rings of growth were carefully : True ofOther
now at hand and The Journal, as is, that the city can collect for buildIng by birth is a Swede. He has actually owned up
II few "fool.hardy" examined. With an annual precipita. '
its wont: stands ready to chronicle I SHE QUIT walks for property owners. Mr.! been with his present employers for I a tasted the fruit. ;!
to inches
to having tlon of from thirty thirty-five
the accomplishments of the followers I I DanieU moved that a walk be laid in I[ over 15 year Thompson is a member this small beginning, hagradua1.ly
of Isaac Walton. provided of course front of the property of Mrs Geor- of the Richmond, Va., Structural From that makea to i a width of ring was produced varying
the north side of : Iron[ Workers Union. grown a use : from .11 to .15 inch. If, on the other Brands
they Kirk
come properly) verified and it- giana E. on ( with a combined cap,
immediately after his day an industry hand, there was either an unusually
tested. COFFEEBut Garden street. and that bids be ad- Thompson millions of dollars,
I vertised for. The motion carried' anda I fall was picked up by fellow workmen ital of over thirty dollars: large or small rainfall in any given ,
A. N. McBride, who operates a tur test case will be made should the and medical aid summone, at which disburses millions year this was followed by a corresponding Most all the other brands
pentine still about six miles north of refuse to pay for the work. once.; He was conveyed to his boarding to its employees each year and aggre- tree growth in the following
Harris, in Santa Rosa county was in it was a owner\JPark commissioners were presentand house in Woolsev. For a few 'gates an output of two hundred and year.-Harper's Weekly. will make you bilious, or
Pensacola ye3terday. Mr. McBrlile is addressed the board in favor of moments he was conscious, but soon! forty millions! cans. This product cause bad after effects.

Interested In an effort to secure a rural making extensive park Improvements i lapsed into unconsciousness in which! goes into every household in the land' The Library of Congress. Red Heart is equal to

free delivery route through his hard pull. It was explained to the commissioners condition: h9 has been since about 10 I and is as familiar an article as of another the The library of congress now contains any 15c beer and better
neighborhood! clock yesterday morning.! The accident of the staple products
and he called on The that at present nothing
: increasing 1,344,618 books, 410,352 pieces of mu- than all] lOc brands. Try
Journal to talk the matter over. be'done', as. the finance Is not on II occurred at 9:15: o'clock. I soil. Each year sees an
It is hard to believe that coffee will can is best by the members consumption and the more intimate sic, 183,724 prints and 82,744 maps and it.Lewis.
James Whitson, a navy :yard em- put a person in such a condition as it and.of It the board to ascertain what it 1- the acquaintance the greater the use. charts, according to the annual reportof I .
poyee: was taken suddenly 1:1 about Creek O. She the librarian Herbert Putnam, recently '
did a woman of Apple cost to beautify and repair all The reason for this is very obvious.
1 o'docke terday afternJ n. He : will IN THOUSANDSof and as presented to congress. The Ii-I
tells her own story and then submit a request to There is no better appetizer The
fas. brought to the city on the army "I did not believe coffee caused my the larks council covering the matter.It an article of seasoning tomato imparts brary gained 68,951 books and about !:
quartermaster department boat and! trouble, and frequently}! said .I liked it was decided to repair the walk a taste that cannot be instated. It is 50,000 pictures and pieces of music !
conveyed to his home on Seville!Imquare so well I would not quit drinking It, round the south side of Seville Homes so distinctive that its presence can toe during the last year. There were

The physicians state that hej even if it took my: life :but I was a Square out of material now on hand. l Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is regarded located even in minute particles: yet bought 22,998 books, 16,348 were re- '

is suffering with appedicitis. miserable sufferer from heart trouble ownetf by the city.Communications. as the best and safest medicine, the pungency: has everything that de. ceived by gift, 11,763 by copyright and Bear Co.

I It, is now Judge Nich'elsen. The and nervous prostration! for four years and Petitions. for ordinary family uses. Past experience lights the palate and nothing that of, 6,474 gained by exchange with foreign

Young Justice of the pace secured "I was scarcely'abl be around atall A communication was received with it has won their confidence fends the no3tr'.l.' governments.
his commission from Governor BroWward : Had no energy' Mid did not care from H. H. Boyer which stated that : and as a result their medicine chest The 'growth of its general popularity I I I' /
Was emaciated and had I always contains bottle. to the time of the first i Three Lessons.
Sunday morn'.ng! and assumed for anything. unless the stack ordinance now before a dates back Wholesale Distributers
charge> of his office yesterday. The a constant pain around my heart until : the city council was passed that successful packing houses. When the j The value of a thickly populated community -j

first warrant issued by Judge Nichcl- I thought I could. not.endure it. For he could not accept the appointment LI.Hostetter's use of the tomato as a food was established (I of a well organized military
F en was for George ''Ball, charged with months I never went to bed expectingto of park commissioner of Bayview demand made it necessaryto body under capable and resourceful I
assault with intent to murder upon get up in the morning. I felt as Park. have a cheaper price than the local leaders, the wisdom and expediency of'':
% life of Peter Conelly. Judge Lan- though I was liable 'to die any time A petition from Mrs. Saute E. Cum- j Stomach market gardener could afford, and to: some system for providing a reserve
drum the predecessor of Judge Nichpn during the night"Frequent& was received, wherein she meet this the can as a diminisher of, water supply and the resistance of The 1808 Model!

fl has taken up the practice of I had nervous chills and Std that the contract for the Bitters space was called into requisition. It, carefully built "anchored" steel etruc- ..
In exclusively the least excitementwould drive sleep -Ptount building was' infrnging: on was found much cheaper proportionately ; tures to earthquake shocks of average emingtouesSholes .
away, and any little noise would up.. th city bv blockading the sidewalk. STOMACH I is very deserving to raise one thousand( bushels; violence are three lessons impressed.I
I'' pays to insist on having Blue Ribbon set-me terribly. I was 'gradually' getting Referred(' to the chief of police for in- ITTI1RI of this honor, for than ten so by the aid of the tin the j upon the public mind by the San Fran. j
Vanilla or Lemon. Absolutely! worse until finally one day it 0 ,'l during Its 53years' I I cooked product could be placed on theconsumer's Cisco disaster.-Louisville Courier-Jour- I'
Pure. Goes twice as far. came over me and asked, mself what permission was granted J. E. Bil- E I experience j table at a price so reasonable naL I with its new billing attachmentsand
is the use of, being sick all the time lingsley to erect an Illuminated' sign iie:0'; I it has never failed i as to enable its daily use. Moreover I instantly interchangeable carriages r
The Kaiser's Latest Fad. and buying medicine BO that I could in front of his premises.The '; I! I in cases of |! the article put in the can Is tabulator and two color "
Kaiser indulge myseiflu_ coffee. mayor was authorized to purchase Sick Headache, brought fresh picked: from the field HAIR TEt-LS CHARACTER.Color I ribbon movement, is the most complete
Wilhelm has a new fad. It "So I thought I would see If T couli galvanized wa.rte basket toe ;, hermetically sealed and: immediately !' combined
j is collecting picture post cards, ande quit drinking Coffee'and got some Pos-I I placed a in front of the government, I Poor Appetite, sterilized by heat, while the uncanned of Hair SIndicate; a Per-'

has thrown himself into it with turn Food Coffee to 'he4o me quit. 1 bui'ding to receive wasto 'paper. Nausea, Cramps fruit 13 frequently shipped: for hun- son's Temperament. : Billing andCorrespondence
characteristic Every coun- made it strictly according to directionsand The petition of Mrs. W. D. Char-, Indigestion, dreds of miles before it is used as a Many people believe that blonde, or
energy. tell that change wasthe to the mayor This artificially ripened fruit }lig.i i.a.r denotes affection and dark i
try in the world in which I want to you bonnier was referred cii Dyspepsia, food. ;
Germany and the red: hair constancy. A person
l fe. It withOUll j
[ In"my, was be gathered green
greatest with plenary power.
possesses. official representatives of easy to quit coffee, because I had the granted permission 134! Constipation, color it finally assumes is the withering j hair ii not devoid of ; far1!I II machine manufactured. Designedas
'nr kind whatever are laid under Postum which! I like belter than I 1ka ;; R to A.erect Barrow a boat was house at Bayview Malarial Fever. of hungry tissues;that should have I from it. The disposition of the average it was for fast service, built for

wntrjbutipn. The kaiser causes his the old coffee. One by one the oldrotbles Park One bottle will fed the fruit with the red nourishing baldheaded man Ia i to show sucb1601icitu hard use, recommended by experts
for the welfare of others and it is
against ,
guaranteed wear
secretary to write a picture post card l left;, until 'now Lam in splendid .A communication from F. R. Pou prove its merit. juice that comes from the soil and by that he neglects himself. A germ offered as the id v,l
w the official selected, and this is health nerves, ,steady,. heart, all was received asking that the city putdown --- --- Try it today. the aid of Mother Nature is thus trans-I causes baldness. Prof. Sabouraud. of

closed! in a state envelope or in- right and the .pain all gone. Never' curb, In. order.that citizens can formed. No preservative the action is of used heat in-by I Paris, France. innocculated a rabbit: Typewriterfor
more nervous chills don't to clerk for re the canner as to''
orsed have any lay walks. Referred with Dandruff germs, causing it
of state. This is take any medicine, can do all my I AS AN ENTERTAINER.As sures keep Jl'g for an indefinite time. become totally bald in five week's
ply. I
hen sent by mail, and on reaching housework and,have done a great deal. feed contract for June was i an entertainer there's nothing There is nothing so healthful as tais tim To rid the scalp of these producing the most good work in
fc destination, often in the middle besides. I awarded The MarIon Currie & Company: that will fill tne place of a good piano.jAtid : rich, ripe fruit dumped out of the oangerous germs it Is necessary toj! the shortelSt time with the least effort. ,
cf the who visited methi when buy a piano it's just clean white can ready for any use.I Write today for full description.
night, the addressee is atC }If sister-in-law, The petition of Mrs. W. C. Walker you apply Newbro's Herpicide. j
ace roused from slumber to receive ?! summer,, ha* been an invalid for'some for relief on LalRua street was 'referred about as easy to buy and pay for a The taste is equal to the fresh fruit. "Destroy the cause-you remove the' Local unoccupied Agents territory.wanted .
the document time. much as I was. I got her! to Chairman Zelius.A good one as a poor one. Our plan and every semblance of waste in effect." I
the which merely conveys to quit coffee and drink Postum. She. light was ordered placd at ( makes it easy to own as fine a piano shape of rind or core has been remov- '!For sale by W. O'Alemberte! THE ARITHMOCRAPH CO.

imperial greeting and commands gained five :pounds $n three, weeks, Twelfth avenue and LaRaa street ias-Is made. Anybody can get one; ed.. Eat it?-why the very sight and druggist and apothecary. 121 South Majestic Bldg., ChicagoJACKSONVILLE .
1 reply by picture post card repre- and I'never saw puch-a.change In any Present at the meeting were Chi'.r-'! 'Ask us about It.CLUTTER. i smell are irresistible. and the most In- Palafox street, or send lOc in stampsfor _ )0
|e!ing some: local subject "by -ret one's health' I man Zelius, Mayor Bliss and Mr. MUSIC HOUSE, i sistent appetite can be sated because sample to The Herpicide Co., Detroit FLA.
t lrn." "There's a' reason."' Daniell. j i 0 Pensacola, Fla. of its absolute hannlessness. Its.I Mich. 204 West Bay Streit, "

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1i or 'rejection of. constitutional HUMOR OF THE HOUR -
to be voted'on in the
amendment general

b t: itnlafola OfltflU1 adopted election would in make November it constitutional, which If The Unadulterated". '-' Word.. ] it .

I Ii ; for the Drainage Board to levy and "When de Infiddle and de prognostic'
i r k ., collect: an- per acre tax in the .drain- alI yo'. muh friends" said good old
age districts, and to give the Board Parson Bagster the,course of.a re ,, ;;, '

I DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. the power to cut canals, etc., for the cent sermon, "don't extemporize wid WE HAVE
II reclamation of overflowed lands: etc. 'em. Don't 'polog ze for de faith,dat ,
I Ife. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY The people should study this amendment am in yo', but dess give 'em de word-
carefully, and If found to be de plain, unsophisticated word wid de ,
a i ...BY... what is needed shouts vote for it,, bark on! On'jr dess yiste'd'y, down by I
a otherwise it 'should' be rejected and
Y THE JOURNAL COMPANY. an effort made to secure a fair and de postoffice, 1 locks hawns wid a I
fefr I prognostic-one o' dese yuh half :
just law du-I
3 I cated yaller nuisances dat's puffed REMOVED
like toad thinkdey's : .
fraugs' uhkaze dey : '
:;" FRANK L MAYES, President and General' Manager. BURR MCINTOSH MONTHLY. 'most white-and he..wanted to I ,. .. :
; :. "
Following along the line of recent 's pute about de Holy Scriptures. He

PRESS. issues, the cover of the June number don't b'liere dis ,he ,don't b'lieve dat
portrays in colors! the famous actress,
and he has grave doubts about de
Sarah Bernhardt.

1I I SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Among are those the portraits of Bishop of Potter famous Victor people does tudder.and I says dess I: cl'ars huh th'oat, I : 'cTo::: our new office, CORNER .De-

One Year........ .........$5 00 One Month.*... ... ......... 45 Emanuel, Dowager Duchess of Marlborough 'Little man down dar, how old is '.'
t Six Mouths............... 2 50 One Week................ 10. the late \James E. Bailey the yo'?' : '
Three :Months..... ....... 1 25 Weekly Edition, per year.l 01 King of Circus Men; Jean deReszke,I Twenny-fo" yews, sah,* says he. \,. : LUNA AND GOVERNMEMT
Bosse Abbott and Jacoby of Grand 4''L'h-buhl'! says I, dess like dat. Uh- ., < ... '
i :: .flnffIuu1ftJft.rtfUuUV 1.flIJfJJV't
Opera fame; Elise. Janis, Ida Conquest -! huh! Yo' has been ,in de business of '
= The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed Mabel Taliaferro and %Virginia! doubtin' de Lawd' and his works fortwennyfo' I ". \ -i-: STREETS: "Drop in" and
Harned of the stage. The color work see us
4 Circulation Statement Can Be Secured.Offices I yeans, is yo' Well-uh, de I : .
la this issuse is particularly strikingand ,
Lawd has done been uh-runnin' de universe -
the number contains the second!
). twenny-fo' million yeans and den ,
in the series of caricatures, this time '
108 110 Sale Trains some, and doea-yo': reggin. little man, there.McDavid .
1 and Papers on on the .
f East// I Sarah Bernhardt being subject. ,
} l Government. and at all News Stands. The panoramic form has very fine dat a newcomer like yo'ee'f knows mo"1 ..- ': '':' :.
,t', about the operation of de great: .
Francisco and.Vesu
pictures of San
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A 1 tA. .a.a..mrw. I& ener mighty of creation dan de .. "
I cataplasm
it' vius both before and after the jearth- I "'
quake. Special subjects of peculiar:| Creator hisself?' '

1 It PENSAXMiLA. FLORIDA TUESDAY :YOR'm: U, MAY! 29, 1906 attractIon are the Times BuiMng[ "Well-uh, and yo' dess ort to seed

Hii New York; the Wheat Pit in New i him crumple up and crope off! Dat's Co.
York, the first photo of this famous': de way to do it, muh bruddren and I Hyer
J;.. Pensacola in the Naval The Search for place ever taken and a number of I muh Blstahs! When de prognostic 'sails -
I "
unusual landscape views. I yo' give him de ,word' and give it toi
f ,; Appropriation Discussion. the North Pole.departure This number, which is on sale at i i him loud and coVse! De choir will

-. In a communication; published in rrbe of Walter Wellman, all news stands Is quit as attractiveas : now vociferate.'VTom P. Morgan in
Ii: the April and May numbers which,
J < 'these columns Sunday reference was the Washington Correspondent of the were said at the time to be the best Woman's Home Companion. REAL EST A TE---lVIOl'JEY

Ii li t' made to the fact that in a recent dispassion Chicago Record-Herald, for the north, Issues of the magazine ever pub
pole calls to mind the fact that another lished. Wisdom of Experience.
t ( In the house of representa3ves "What do you think is the best way :
polar explorer Is
I already among
when matter of deep water BOOK NOTICE.Smiley's to do with a man when he comes to
(- the I the Ice fields of the north upon the .' :: INSURANCE
Liter, you for advice?".. *, .
Manuel of American
t.of came up in connection with contemplated : same mission. The Mobile Register ature. By James B. Smiley A. M. "Find out whatAe wants to do and

naval appropriations Pensa-, hi mentioning the trip Just undertaken Assistant Principal of Lincoln. High; then tell him its, the best and wisest

R t proia had no one In that body to I by Mr. Wellman has the !following School, Cleveland, Ohio. Cloth,i thing to do. That makes him feel better -

;r speak for her interests although New to say about the Peary expedition: l mo, 336 pages, with portraits '' when things turn out all wrong'be- I I
Under the auspices of the American Price, 60 cents. American Book; cause he can put the blame on taking
(prleans wag! ably represented! In the' Company New York, Cincinnati, your advice." Baltimore American: -
ij Geographical: Society, and financially
s //Ci!Ijcjission by Representative MeyerF assisted In the unatertaking! by The and Chicago.aim of this little manual is to I, lial/s Wolf Hunter.A LAUNCHING THE LIFEBOAT.At .

I i .,of that city. Morris K. Jesup, Peary left tnis country -open theay to a more extended Bargain Time. modern Ximrod, a hunter of Great

! ', ,, It will, however, be gratifying to last July In a specially constructed study of the masterpieces of American the old school, has just died in Italy. last modem invention has be-

' 1 :Pensacolians to know that Pensa-: steamer, the Roosevelt, with the literature. The treatment Is For half a century he made wolf I gun to grapple with the task of
i rather than critical as
f. :' cola's status in connection: with the i intention of again seeking the pole the biographical intention is to interest beginnersin hunting a business which kept him I bringing the primitive method of

, t other Gulf coast end Atlantic harborsdid and he announced that, while the the lives of the great writers, and \ in comfort and left a margin for a launching a boat from a ship's side Reduction in

t get into the record. The discuss entire trip would probably occupy thus to encourage a freer and less. "rainy day." Wherever there was a I at sea to a condition more worthyof

on occurred during a speech delivered fourteen months, h* expected to send mechanical study of their works. Al- wolf to be destroyed Luca Chiarettiwas the twentieth century. The present

:: May 16, by Representative Geo. news home about' the end of May. though devoted the to greatest the more space has celebrated been I t4s. called in, and many were his system, clumsy in fine weather

:' ;H Foss, of Illinois, chairman of the Peary's programme contemplated a writers, attention is also directed to I savage encounters and many the and one of deadly peril in storm,

naval affairs committee the house I start about February 1, on sledges! authors prominent in .the early his-. scars left upon his body as wit- when alone the launching of the

, paving under consideration the naval from the northern point of Grant tory of our country. In a brief chap- I nesses. His left hand showed the ship's lifeboat reaches its highest

appropriation bill. In chairman Foss's I It Land, 83 degrees north and the time ter mention Is made of a few writers marks of some terrible rips, sustained necessity, has been described as "a Eye GlassesWe

FF t : speech he submitted the following I I that has elapsed should have brought whose popularity.books Suggestions are enjoying for reading present I in executing a royal commission' disgrace to marine engineering." :II.:

figures from the report of the Chief him back to Cape Sabine last week. both with reference to each author's from the present king's grandfather 'I Welin, a Swedish engineer, has

I: pf Engineers, U. S. A., for 1905, relative The ice between the pole and the work and along biographical lines II the Victor Emmanuel hisI I made an effort to remove the re

I, to the depths of various harbors, point where he expected to commencehis appear at the end of the chapters. At!i I .l 1 1CustomerThat.case$50 1I tory, so long since as 1875. It was proach. His apparatus, which has -

I (existing and projected, on the :Atlantic sledge journey begins to melt In the close of the manual there is a, his ambition to capture the beast I been subjected to many practicaltests
list of general reference books helpful
f ; and gulf coasts: I the latter part of May, and, as els- to a more critical study. alive, and he closed with it for the I has a hinge arrangement in

f Boston-The river and harbor act integration begins at the south end but the wolf got his l left the "chocks. The drawing of a are now sellingHavvkcs'
1 1t" I
of 13 1902 for 25: feet purpose ,
June provWea
r t":. ;depth at mean low water from first, it Is Imperative that Peary RED ANTS FOR PEPPER. its jaws and tore it so uri- ,I bolt sets them free and permits the
: Charleston Navy.Yard to the sea. should return to Grant Land not later I(J ously that with the maimed hand I beat to glide outward, while thereare

, r June 30), 1905, the channel was dredged than May. The distance to be cov- Experience!: of a Couple That Paid a ,. ? Dear me. still between the animal's teeth he I horizontal arms to keep the boat
1- to 27 feet and more at mean low ered on sledges is given by the VIit to Guatemala. that seems very dear. had to shoot it with his right. from crashing against the ship's

.. .water. Twenty-seven feet daft can Geographical Society at 493 miles. The Sunday bullfight held in a large Youthful Salesman (trying to inducea i side. As passengers and crew can I

at be high carried water.at low water and any draft Peary has made five such trips across place de toro ((bull ring) outside the purchase>rWelL, you see.madam, I- CYPRESS WOOD. be got into it before it leaves the $2.50 Eye Glasses

i New York-Gedney channel to be 30 Ice for greater distances, and did not town, was the principal amusementI er-er-believe that price also includesthe i davits, the boat can be got clear immediately -

f feet at mean low water. June 30 anticipate any difficulty on this Dart cannot say much for this sort of plant Instances Where It Has Lasted Over a upon touching the water,

t 1906.. channels navigable at mean of his journey. His only fear was entertainment. The so called bulls Landed* Thousand Years. which removes another of the great for
low water by ships drawing 30 feet. Him. The is slow I
were wornout cows, which deserveda cypress a notoriously of
that the progress of his steamer "That life insurance agent finally dangers shipwreck.
f Mean rise of tide 4% feet: Project I .
tree and its wood is
better fate than to be into growing just as
r adopted 1899 to make East: channel through the 350 miles between Cape goaded succeeded In getting you to take a policy $1.25
,(,40 feet deep at mean low water. Sabine and the north of Grant Land, some sort of fury by the dashing pica. did he?" "+ notoriously durable. It is capableof FINGER RINGS. ,

< Delaware-River and harbor act of .would be delayed by inability to find dons who stuck picadilloes into them. "Yes. I had accepted BO many of his not .only resisting the action of

(March 3, 1899 provided for a 30-foot open water.Commauaer. In most cases they had dropped, refus- cigars before I found out what his the weather in a manner totally dif
; Channel from Philadelphia to the sea. '' friends ing to move and the audience became business was that when he tackled me ferent from all other woods, but is They Are Circles of Sentiment With -
:. June 30), 1905, at mean low water and Peary's are furious.At for my application I hadn't the face to wholly uninfluenced by immersionin Histories Centuries! Old.
. of river 2.! feet draft confident that they will soon receivea
f. at shoalest part :
the end the toreador especially stand him off."Chicago Tribune. water over a long period of years.It Old as sentiment itself is the
could pass. from him. and if he has '
t Baltimore-Thirty-foot draft at message Imported for the day, came forward to has many curious chemical prop- ring. Among the Italians of the W A D'Alemberte
succeeded in
f mean low water can now be carriedto reaching 90 degrees the presidential box, where we mere Writing a Bead. erties, which hold its fibers and other -I sixteenth and seventeenth centuries ,
to this city.NorfolkJune. north ahead of Wellman, he deserves fitting, writes a woman correspondentof Assistant Editor-I see here that an it for to
constituents indis- was customary women
'I J : 30, 1905, &t mean the honor of the discovery for the the Boudoir in describing a honey- English general was badly cut in opening together so I to their lovers which Druggist and Apothecary,
that the give rings contained -
" 28 feet a wine bottle.: What sort of a head solubly ordinary changes !.
now water vessels of draft cans f pluck and determination he has moon in. Guatemala and after a florid
: which break down the tissue of their portraits. These rings 121 South Palafol Street Peasacoia Fli
go to navy yard. Rise of tide about shown. speech, of which I understood little, ha shall I put on it? or- ,
& feet. handed me, with. a profuse bow exe- Managing Editor-Oh, Just say, "Se- dinary woods are in the cypress were in, the forms of two clasped -
3, Charleston The depth of 27 feet $ H1'i cuted in true grandee fashion, hand on rious Accident to'British Man of Warn wholly resisted. hands, in which a hidden spring
at mean low water has been secured. to Get Into Port" concealed the Florida and Alabama
heart, the begored and flower encircled Attempting Instances are known where the picture.
; :Manhattan
f. the 26.5 freight!feet,steamr entered the port,during drawing ELECTION AND THE picadilloes as $ memento of the august American Spectator. wood of the cypress has endured far Another quaint custom of the

;I J904. and was the largest vessel ': DRAINAGE SCHEME. ..'- occasion. To refuse to accept them more than 1,000 years, leaving it long ago was that of breaking a LAND COMPANY

#L :which ever entered the port. Rise of tit :would have been the greatest Insult Llnculrtlc Ability. still in a solid condition, subject ring or.betrothal., Such rings were
tide 5.2 feet. Fl'yefg Press."' and my husband was obliged to carry "I once knew a man who talked seven only to the attrition of the ele- fashioned for the purpose, being : Manufacturers of
Key West-Key West Harbor ac- ;; them home for much his languages, and the most he ever and Dealers in
: me, to .dis made of two twin circles and
ments such the were
as gradual wearing
$ ,
t' *
could week.
< romodate vessels drawing about 27 gust. earn was $11 a LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES
feet Rise of tfcte' 2.6 feet. Some Spanish ladies asked me afterward "That's nothing. I know a woman away one sees in exposed rocks. In called gimmal rings, from the word AND KILN-DRID SAP

:- Tampa Bay-(Project of 1899 contemplates In spite of die extraordinary effort how I felt ,when the great mata- who can talk your arm off, and I don't the lower valley of the Mississippi a gemelli, meaning twins.
t channel from sea to Port that has been made for several believe she ever earned 10 cents."- species of cypress is extremely I A ring of pure gold she from her finger
dore out fo this honor.
singled me : high
!. Tampa of 27 feet0; far secured 24 months past throughout the state to Chicago Herald. abundant. And in New Orleans II took.And .
rfeet: at mean low water. Rise of tide create public sentiment against Gov. When I told them that I was rather Just In the middle the same there she
:; !1.5 to 2 feet. Broward's 'plans to drain the Ever- annoyed by his drawing the attentionof Let It Shine. some years ago, while some men broke.Quoth'she. COFFEE !

i, Galveston-Harbor has in part 30 glades, he seems to retain a wonderful the crowd to me in this theatrical "There's lots ..of sunshine In the were excavating a trench, a cypress take "As a token of love you this

feet depth. Depth on outer bar 27.25t hold on the people, for the expect- fashion they were furious at my un :world" remarked the optimistic board. stockade was:; found which was And this as a pledge I will keep for your
feet. td revolt against him did not occur in gratefulness and told me it would have erected in 1730 by the French as a sake." We the Pioneer
a ( ''P1en &Cola.-rh1rt root channel to the pr1ma )'. It is true some gains been the day of their lives, and they er. the Indians. are
"True the cynic. "But what protection against The also
replied gimmal was a favorite
and bay. of
Coffee Roasters
In the
were made Senate by the anti- would have bad proposals galore.In .
., "Mobile" (Ala.)-About 25 feet draft drainage people, but not to the ex the course of a scrambling expe- the world needs Is not so many people Some of the pieces measured twen- wedding ring for many years. Dryden -

'.. can be carried. tent that they had hoped for. dition into the country over rough who carry awnings."-Milwaukee Sen ty-ono inches in width, with a thick- thus describes it in "Don Sebastian West Florida.HUGH'S .
Mississippi Passes-At present 30- Lee County has been looked uponas tine ness of about twelve inches, and, I :"
mountain roads we were obliged to
: foot depth, work going on to secure the county most strongly favoring it had been buried for 4
though so
out on hard bowlders with A curious artist wrought 'em.
35'feet. camp only a Tie Beat He Had. '
plans to dtain the
Everglades, be- mackintosh to keep out the cold. During many years, it was in perfect condi- With Joints so close as not to be per- BLENDS
t .prom these figure it will be noted cause she is deeply concerned In the Lady-See here! Ain't you ashamedto ceived,
It the night I was frightened almost be hitting that horse with that tion when exhumed, even the tool Yet
that Pensacola makes a better show- question. Is not so much the ques poor are they both each other's counter
than gulf port and is practically tion of reclaiming overflowed }lands, out of my wits. I felt hand tuggingat whip? marks being still clearly visible. part, "
I tog the equal any of any Atlantic ports ,with the people of this county as the my hair, and, calling out to my Driver-I be, mum. He don't mind it BY a series of experiments extending Her part Zayda.had Inscribed and his had I have no equal. Atria!
protecting of the richest stretch of husband, we saw a big monkey leaning a bit Would yer.kindly hand me dat over many years it has been
s the members of congress land in Florida, lying for miles along down from the branches of a tree fence rail?Judge. found that the wood enduresthe In the modern fondness for rings will convince the con

: : did not hear Mr. Foss's speech read the Caloosahatchee, which can only above us pulling away at my hair. Isis varying conditions cypress of is seen a survival of the barbaric noisseur that vve
,::: the Record the next morning they be successfully accomplished by the horrible claws bad gripped such a lot Proof. greenhouses love of display, of superstition and
better than other wood.
:+; could not fall to be Impressed with opening- drainage canals and per- that when he finally let go, after beIng "How do you know your husband any of sentiment. The habit of make no extravagant
::', manently lowering the level of Lake Greenhouses exposed to all the vicissitudes lotding I
the standing of "Pensacola among the belabored with the stock of a re really works hard at his office at the
Okechobee. fingers with j jewels which Seneca claims. i
of heat moisture and ,
and the a'd'vantage' he had half of In asked ii
'r-\ :deep water ports volver nearly it his night the suspicious woman. i
t-r of according her every consideration Judging by the large vote given to hand. : .Because. he hasn't any headache the change of temperature show thecypress condemned in his day, saying, !I
Harris in Lee County whoit "Our fingers loaded with
tf la the matter of appropriations for is well known, is opposed to Governor On arriving at a very' rough and next morning," answered Mrs. Wise. timber used in their con- each is adorned are rings, Wholesale and RetsilGROCERS |Ii
t"f naval Improvements. Broward's present plans to ready inn the landlady set before us Washington Star, struction to be practically unchanged joint" with precious i:

; drain the Everglades, it,might be reasoned poached eggs swimming in water plentifully after more than fifty years of stone, is still in favor with a classin

that the people! of Lee County besprinkled with small red ants. An Injustice. use, and,. being sufficiently tough whom the barbaric instinct is not
p.' The Tropical Breeze, which will be were themselves opposed to the At first I tried to pick out these addi- Diggs-I understand that Higgins !Is for the purpose; itis probable it yet exterminated- while many a ,

r published weekly at Fort Myers, drainage scheme. This, we do not tions, and, seeing the woman eying quite a clever financier. will, come more generally into use .modern belle would like to wear, as and all kinds of Fed :
made Its initial bow to the public on believe, however, is the case.' While me furiously, I called her and tried to Biggs-Well, he isn't Why that man did the Empresses Faustina and Do- ;
::' Mr for building where a wood of great
Harris was known to be against tell her In best that I never beat anybody out of a cent In
and my Spanish was mitia
Griffls is editor
k May 24. W. H. the scheme, the two other candk&teshad his life. resistance is required. Many old rings which cost $200,000and
not accustomed to eat ants and that I -Chicago News.
Jno. W, Griffls manager. The new not expressed themselves on doors made by the early Spaniards $300,000. And-she does often
wished she had been careful not to let
riper is well edited, contains an uncsual this pofnt, and therefore the people them drop into the dish. Quieted Down. in America are still as serviceableas wear, as did! her Roman prototype, Stuffs.Water
amount of local news for aflrst had no means of knowing whether I "sardonyxese and
they favored cr opposed the plans. Asa Her indignation was immense. With "Have you had any trouble with ever., although exposed to a most jaspers emeraldson Pluto
edition and will undoubtedly matter"of fact ,when the Key West flashing eyes and gesticulating wildly, your heart?" trying climate. the joints of her fingers."

i-, prove a welcome addition to the ranks. fight was taken up by the people of she told me In excited language that It "Sot lately. I'm living with my third'
h of Florida weeklies. I Lee County, ,all our county's interest had taken her a long time to catch wife."-Cleveland Plain Dealer. Wholesale and Retail.
?:. appeared to be lost sight of4 and voters those ants and that it was "so good."

were Influenced one way or the "Do try It; senora" she said and, dipping HI. Happy Home. : your mother-has thin hair
The Atlanta Journal prints the pic- other by the printed matter sent her dirty fingers Into the bowl She-Why are you always and ,forever '' HairPerhaps is no reason why you must Co
r*, tore of a rather ,good looking woman through the mails* and. by the personal she fished them out and showed me growling around the house? Hungry : life with halfstarvedhair. New Orleans Grocery

'&; la ermine robes with ,a crown upon contestants.-solicitation of the. friends of the how much she at all events, enjoyed He-They won't stand for It at thffice. ., If you want long thick,heavy

r: her head as "Dandi, King of Uganda The fight on the drainage question eating them as a sort of savory to the .-Detroit Free Press. hair, you must feed it. Feed it with regular hair-food-: -Ayer's 'Hair Vigor

f She is a "dandl" all right, but the Is really only just begun. The contest eggs and tried to encourage me by her Veil-fed hair stops'falling out, keeps soft and smooth' and<; "grows long and Jas. McHugh ,

:' king part Is open to question. will now be 'waged over the adoption example Read The Journal's 'Want Ads. heavy. Feed yonr starving hair with Ayer's Hair Vigor! f.w Phone 105. Proprietor i
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6te ham's la Made Vegetable Well by Compound Lydia E. Pink-and I & Reese Co tl

Writes Gratefully to Mrs.Plnkham.: ,
Seen Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, Come and -- \ .;

For the wonderful help that she has ,:
found Miss Cora Goode, :255! E. Chicago Tarry Women and Society Here and Elsewhere. ;
Avenue, Chicago, Ill., believes it her g jl I \
duty to write the following letter forpublication A House Cleaning
: ,in order that other women
Bf 669.
afflicted in the same way may be fi Telephone .t.1

XS3C t8XnXSXSBa68raXS 3X8n
Many pieces of Wash Goods that must move quick Mercerized Madras'Aeolans j'J

NEW CITY LADIES .1'lke i in Shadow Checks and Corded Effects. Some Solid Colors-Some Fancy 'f.'
Journal's Feature. "
MEET WITH MRS. BORN. Daily Fashion!

On account of the illness of :Mrs. .
Wiley ,,McDavid the New City Ladles -=-- \ J. Monday and Tuesday L.
3 Flinch-will meet with Mrs. Charles
P+ r".F.i' Born, corner Twelfth avenue and '

T.,. .' 2:30.HOWEUL.WH1TE:Fourteenth: street, this afternoon at WILL SELL AT HALF PRICE <

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4x* ''.a'ytr'.: ) .

;: ;i QUIET HOME WEDDING.The 50 26 inch UMBRELLAS (ladies) Assorted Handles, Paragon ,!.
; e a lovely- country resid'snce' of $ I .25A

Mr. and Mrs. George Howell near the H Forms, Patent Runners, at / f .11..s
bridge on Big Bayou, wsa the scene <
of a quiet home wedding Sunday -1.-I 1 n!
Jl/lisf Cora Goode morning when their ,daughter, Miss 00
White Lillian were Lyle,united and in Mr.marriage.Benjamin E. '. f 25 White Embroidered and Fancy PARASOLS, Choice X S J .;1

she Miss Goode is
benefited as was. Rev. George W. Carpenter read .o } : :
president of the Bryn Mawr .Lawn the ceremony at 9:30 a. m. in the I
Tennis Club of Chicago. She writer; I presence of only close relatives and a few Imported Robes and Embroidered Waist Patterns left The special prices win move them quick :-1.1 j
Dear Mrs. Pinkham
friend or two. '
..I tried different remedies to I' 1 I,
many The bride's soft white bridal robe :.

down build up from my loss system of proper, which rest had and become unreasonable run- White was very have'becoming the best and wishes Mr. and of their Mrs. J 1 3000 Yards New Embroideries on the 10c counter. Better ),. ,i
but seemed
hours, nothing to help: me. ,
Mother is a great advocate of female Fink- many friends and acquaintances. $ : f r p I II make your selection quick !.:. 1t
barn's Vegetable Compound for troubles -+-
having used it herself some years ago 11'. EL E. Crawshaw, the young attorney 1' 14' I 1' ''<.j.t, ".Ii i
with great success. So I began to take it, who has made so many friend -
and in less than a month I was able: to be out 3
In Pe'nsacola, leaves this morning for :
r>f bed and out of doors, and in three monthsI $$1.00 ;

to was strong entirely and well well.as Really I have I since.have never felt his Mr former.Crawshaw home says at Lawrence he likes Pensa-Mass. r 50 DOZ. Huck Towels 15c value, 10c each, per dozen ,

No other medicine has such a recordof cola and has considerable regret at I ( / I ;
leaving and return. again this ,
cures of female troubles as has LydiaE. may "j
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. fall. He will 'continue-the practice of

ful Women or irregular who are troubled periods, with backache pain., his Miss profession Katharine in Massachusetts..McCord ''Smith has 1 1 1 2000 Yards White Madras Shirting 36 inches wide, at 15c ::1.' ;

bloating (or flatulence), displacementof \1 '
deferred her departure for Boston, .
,,inflammation or, ulceration. \ it
until: June 2. \ -t
can be restored to perfect health f \ \ .
and strength by taking Lydia E. : _ Yours, .j
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.Mrs. Mr.,Campbell Keyser returns today
from Washington and his sister' Miss
.Pinkham invites all sick womento Nellie Keyser is expected June 7, '
writeher for advice. She has guided just in time to attend the dance that "j.

thousands very great to and health.she gives Her the experienceis benefitof night at the-Country Club. Watson Parker & Reese Co."j.

it to all who'stand in need of wise
counseL SheisthedaughterinIa.wofLydil' Archdeacon Webber who is most 4r ,
highly esteemed socially as well) as
E. Pinkham and for twentyfiveyears
has been advising sick women clerically, h receiving: many pleasant I SUCCESSORS TO GREEN & WATSON :

free of charge. Address, Lynn Mass. attentions during his brief stay. r
25 .and 27 South Palafox Street !'
._ Mr. and Mrs. Dave Levy and chil- .

dren, Miss Matilda Frollchstein, Mr. _, _
-J __ III /I "" -'> J "'-=1"" := ';
BOSSO'SIce and Mrs. Adolph M. Cohen have returned ,
from a ten nays stay at Mary e'y, a ------
Esther. :Mrs. Levy's baby son serviceable and popular stuffs for boys'

Cream Factorycan Emanuel in whose behalf the trip was SHORT-SLEEVED TAHORB3, .SHIRT,_ WAIST. WOMAN AND FASHIONSmart suits, and this one is suited to these Marine Grocery Co. ; <
made, was greatly benefitted. f .
'-.- I Variations in the cut of the sleeveare picture was delicate. pink: chambray I fabrics. ."
furnish you cream in Hon. W. :A. Blount's large bayshore noted,in the summer models: )' of the:fronts'tuaKed to yoke form, either The sturdy little Salt For suit a shown Boy. is one I, Elbow Sleeve. 604, 606 603. 610 S. Palafox St. '",: .
any quantity. Satisfaction those smart tailored shirt waists side"of the broad box pleat, through t '
residence is well on the way roof- much liked by mothers who fashion Elbow sleeves are upon ninetenthsof Phone 725. .
guaranteed. ward. which met with such favor this spring.I which the: closing is made with pearl! f' ,
the dressy blouses, but they usually
their small sons' wardrobes. It
,. will shirt buttons, and the back con- V. J. VIDAL Manager. '
PHONE 1326 Not that the long-sleeve medals plain ..
come below the elbow, ending in a
and is
sists of blouse and bloomers
Rev. J. Barney Butler, associate not be sworn, but there will be'many'' across the shoulders, with but a suggestion We will sell I
SAM BOfi&O. Prop. not only practical, but smart. The close fitting band or little frills, and If for ten days at leSS j \
with the short sleeve just of fullness at the ; very
pastor of Palafox 01. E. church, left coning overt wa. st-1ine'l than cost: <, i
they end above the point of the elbow : '
Monday on a' two weeks vacation the elbow and finished, with a wide The collar accompanying this IS1a blouse has a shaped yoke from bed frills the elbow. The No. 2 i Mackerel 2 for 15c. il. ;
which he will spend 1.with relatives in turnback soft cuff; the stiff cuff would high plain stock, interlined and deeper cover 'I' Smoked Halibut (very fine) lOa ;
blouse at its best is informal
Beautify the Complexion Tennessee and Kentucky.Mr. not be practical on the short slee\e. stitched on both}edges, as are the turn demitoilet even and sleeves only for such- per pound. #!, 'J
The material used in the, original! of back cuffs on'fhe. full short sleeves. or Blood Red Salmon, lOc per lb. ,Ii J :
IN TEN DAYLNadinola Jack Harden of Kentucky left wear should cover the elbow point. Holland Herring (in kits) 60c per '
last evening after a brief visit to kit.
4 t
friends. SUMMARY OF KNIGHTS OF LABOR Collar Pin. Kaiser Herring (in tins) 45c per !
There Is an odd fashion of wearing tin.

? The UNEQUALED :Mrs. P. D. Henderson and baby jeweled safety pins which has been Salacine Sausage (imported) 250 ,
BEAUTIFIER.cn. daughter Whiting returned Sunday THE WEATHER ORGANIZE CLERKSOFFICERS 0; adopted by the wearers of the pretty per pound.
dorscd ty tliomaaJa; from the country the baby having little lingerie collars. These tiny pins We have a fresh stock of Imported .
.' guaranteed to remove entirely recovered. They leave again are used to keep the collar In place. Maccaroni, Spagetti, Italian Toman
i freckles pimples all July 1, for a more extended outing. One is pinned at the back, one on each Paste, Greek Black Olives, Artichoke, :
: facial discoloration The maximum temperature yester ARE ELECTED AND oa side and another in front, the front one Navy Bread. Pilot Bread, Italian Har4 .
," 'f *** and restore the Miss Sidney May Weir who has day was 84 degrees at 2:40: p. m. and GREAT ENTHUSIASM, BY THE I, being larger than the others. Tack, Boston Brown Bread. French
__ beauty of youth. been visiting relatives, left Sundayfor the minimum 73 degrees at 12:01:( a. Bread, Russian Caviar and imported
Tne wont cue in twenty day*. 50e. and home. ; MEMBERS' 'PRESENT.The.Clerks' French and Italian Sweet Oils.
61.00 at all leading drug atone or ly"" 1. + m. 00 For All Round Wear. We carry the only full line of Fran

,"paR4 Ir NATlOttU.: TOILET CO, Pair.t.u.m The many friends of Din Wiley Observer Reed in his !summary of The model Illustrated is exceedingly cis Leggett's and Dodson and Brown's
McDavidi! will regret to learn that she the weatheresterday said: simple and shown as a wrap for ordinary canned goods In the city. Gulf City
is ill at the residence of her parents "The disturbance central over Iowa Benevolent Associationis : carriage wear, a garment to Coffee Co.'s "Oaxaca" Gold Standard
Mr. and Mrs. Duncan corner Seventh now affiliated with the Knights of take the place of the old time "duster" Daybreak, Diamond Blend and Gol.
m mumfrnffOHm avenue and Gadsden, result of a recent -Saturday mornin'g has reached the Labor. The organization of the association that our grandmothers donned to cover den Rio Coffee for sale. They are ail ,
cold. Virginia COa.3it; has caused generally ;: occurred last night when and protect their best gowns Just a high grades and give perfect satisfaction. .
Franco- showery weather with scattered' Knights of !Labor Organizer W. P. H. little touch of ornamentation in the I .
Tharp, assisted by T. H. Fleetwoodand
Mrs. A. R. Mayson and lovely lit-
thunderstorms over the country east A. Portlus organized Clerks' shape of oriental embroidery makeiOEACETUL -, ..
tle daughter Alberta, have returned I
from a pleasant; visit to her parents of the Mississippi river; the rainfall Benevolent Association, Local Assembly a
American ir. Mobile has been heavy in parts of Tennessee,:' No. 1557 Knights of Labor. j L
,Florida, New York and New England.,I The new organization starts out BAY EXCURSION ;
Mr. J. iL Roberts leaves to-day for Another extensive; depression west of with a membership of sixty-five 1 and i
Potted Meats Jacksonville where'he goes to attend the Rocky mountains has caused rain every effort will be made to increase
the wedding of his niece' Miss Os- from California northeastward into the number as fast as possible, with FRIDAY JUNE I. '
borne and Mr. Price, which takes Wyoming and South: Dakota being good and desirable timber. V :.
place to-morrow morning. heavy, in ,parts of California A cool Great enthusiasm was manifested
and high pressure area is central north of throughout the meeting and organization BLOCSE AXD BLOOMERS.:
effected and made Benefit. Athletic Association
leaves today was permanent
Mr. Bennie Wisconsin from this
a crest "high"extends
; neath the points of which single box
the selection of the following
Cincinnati where he will by
noon for southward to Oklahoma. Light
plaits extend. A straight front piecein
Canned reside, to the regret! his Pensacola frost is roported from Minnesota. I officers: t ...of the...
SoupsAll EL W. Elliott, master workman.A. panel effect is stitched on the edges f ,
friends. .
"Fresh will be
northwesterlyinds Rosenstein worthy foreman.M. and adorned with buttons. The belt
felt over this vicinity tonight' and J, Flores worthy inspector. which it in long waisted effect
the selection of extract -
Be critical in your
ready to where the weather Pensacola School.
serveThe Tuesday will remain High
Ask your grocer for, Blue Rib- I R. C. Sackhoff, financial secretary. may be of leather or the material. The
fair with lower temperature to-
bon Vanilla. Absolutely pure Goes Joseph Touart, worthy treasurer.C bloomers are full enough to allow (

warm weather is co twice as far.FRATERN'AL.. night. I Ii i I .. B. Cassagyne recording secretary plenty of freedom to youthful legs. Steamer MONARCH will leave Pal

ming on and I Serge, _andbutcber'slinenare_ the mostTHE
your cook afox wharf at 6 p, m. for Life Saving
will of course expect to ;SOCIETY\ I I 1 GLOUCESTER TO BE I i Station.

for her picnic. It need "The Best is What We Sell' Fare 35 cents
One of the best fraternal societiesin ,
not worry you however.We The U. S. 'S. Gloucester, at the Pen !
the country The Modern Workmenof Refreshments Served Board.
can supply you with the World, has recently established The Favorite of the sacola navy yard will !foe refitted and on
cannedPartridges generally overhauled'with a view to -17f 1\\
an agency in our city. This society
assigning the ship to duty with the
furnishes .first protection in case
of sickness, accident class or death at rea- Fastidious naval militia. The ship will be repaired 11 I

Quail sonable rates.' Old Age Benefits. and altered according to recommendations // 1L4JLU 1\\\ \
Paid Up Certificates, and Cash With of. the board of survey, SENSE Ice Cream
are also the report of which has been approved -
Chicken Duck Beef drawals special features of ,
the department and the
this soc'ety.: A local assembly is to PICKLED by navy ..'
work will be done at Pensacoa.! The t'I
be organized Pensacola/! as soon as
etc. at lOc and 25c possible. For further informationcall old Scotch boilers! of the ship will be I With \
replaced with boilers of the water I"Pure
on the organizer, Henry R. Went-
worth. 323 W. Zarragossa. .. street of tube type, which change can be made OF IT. Fruitlavors .
per can.and this city.Sciatica. LAMBS without cutting the vessel to pieces,
I it has been found. The substitutionof
all kinds of water tube boilers will be a dec Q. :

soups which require ,onlyto Cured After Twenty Years I II ed advantage to the ship in many
of Torture. ways, although it will result In less We buY as low as we can-
be heated
and they are i.
It is estimated that the contemplated
ready to serve. Just the For more than 'twenty' years Mr. J. TONGUES power. changes the G'oucester that's, business sense. We sell and made of pure Jersey
B. Massey.ofd33 2. utonSt." Minneapolis I on WBAP. cream makes a dish thatis
thing for picnics too. Minn.' was! tortured by sciatica. will cost $25.000.-Army and Navy: as low as we can-that's progressive 1 at once tempting and
The pain.and"suffering' which he i I Register.. sense. You buy as low this garment quite as suitable for healthful. Just what Is
this time"is piazza or garden party use as for more needed to cool you off
endured during beyond at..,,40c I'
I Put up in glass jars Stomach Troubles. as you can-that's common simple wear.
comprehension; Nothing gave him I II these hot days.
any permanent:ieltefunUI; he used Appetizing and satisfying.Dunkle's ; \ Irs. Sue )Martin an old and highly sense. You buy of us-that's If a becoming style Is selected In a it out in any quantity
Chamberlain's Balm. One appli- I Colery Salad;.....WeROSENAU&GERELDS respected resident of Falsonla, M'.ss.: cents for both of us. mode not too extreme, but with a BO! that you can have it
Sol Calm & Co.. cation of that-Haiment::relieved the I I'I'I was sick with stomach trouble! for dollars and touch of originality in its lines or I III for your dinners. search
pain and made'sleep! and rest possible : more than six months. Chamberlain's makeup, a coat of this sort will not : the world over and you'dfail
and less than :oae bottle has effected I I I Stomach and Liver Tablets cured her. & NixOUTFITTERS II look passe If worn for several seasons I' to find better cream \
The Pure Food Store, a permanent cure: If troubled with She says: "I can now eat anythingI White and may be seat to the cleaner' or dyer anywhere.
sciatica or 'rheumatism" why not trya want and am the proudest woman and come out like new each time,
25kent bottle of Pain'.Balm and.see In,the world to find such a good medI- while garnitures can easily be re- ,
Southwest Corner Ptlafox and Intendencia for yourself n9ci Ic1)t.) ,U relievesthe cine." For sale by all druggists.! placed. I i "

,pain. For ;sale, .by", alt" druggists. The Fancy Grocers, I I Tour Money's Worth or Your Money Back Lightweight cloths! of plain surface N Kandy Kitchen Cafe.
Phones J 88 JUST suitable
or with serge finish are quite as -
HATS AT .THE M. & 0.' CLOTHING Phone 391. Pensacola., IMPORTED. PANAMA HATS AT THEM. Next to New Brent Building as tie rough--silks,.but hardly aa 104 S.Paiafox. Phone 999
GENUINE 1MPORTED! PANAMA I & O. CLOTHING STORE; $350' stylish or.as durable.
STORE,$3.50, WORTH f5-??. WORTH $5.00. 29 'S''PALAF'OX ST.


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I PAGE' SIX THE PENS" C-o LA" JOURNAL, TUESDAY .MORtil.I N',',: 'M' *-Y' '29, 1986 ,

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Every Advertisement, These' Columns Read by


ilESLIE E. BROOKS' For S 1lll Real: ,Estate For: -


I Sale By _

RENTS COLLECTED. MONEY t .. A desirable" piece1'of -property with 145 ft. frontage on E.

LIKE A GOLD BRICK. 13 lots i in block' -158- ,' New City. L. S. BROWN fir CO. Wright St., convenient to Union Depot, with two store
LOAN E.D. jrrtr buildings and a dwelling upon .$11,500
.., I These are beautiful lots for dwelling! I
I 25 beautiful lots,' fronting t both Bajlen and Palafox! streets, on

cAt purposes. $ 700--For quick sale we can offer 1 North Hill ... .. '. ., 4,000

\ '$ XMLot<() on North Hill, 60 feet ,bj' Lots "1 to 5, block 148, New City,'If : lots in' b'ock! 132. New City Large"onestory,dwelling on DeVilliers street, near Garden St.,

120 deep. One block from cai void at once. $175.00 per i lot. south ,front; come quick if you with lot 0x180.': 3,350
You've got nothing to show for it but a lot of experience t "
-and in most instances very unpleasant exp rl. line. This is cheap. Lots 16 to 22, blok 65, West K'JQS want them.$550GlElegant Ten lots in block 150, New City Tract, each 40xl37&. 800

ence. Yet, in tbe time you are buying this enjleasant: ? 650-A block of 20 lots on East Hill, Tract, 350.00. 2 story residence on Block 120,New City Tract, containing 20 lots, convenient to
each A to .E .il.HllI. fronting public square 'street 1ne. and also .
40 chance
and by 137& East Hill : car ,
a home, .
experience could be buying'yourself We have lots in good
you any number of
large modern, newly papered '
double your money. Two-story dwelling on North Barcelona St, near Gregory. .. 2,500
have something show for tangible in desired.
to your: money; ocations of town
that would pleasant ex 41000-A 4 room,house,'East Romans any part and painted. Northwest quarter of block 60, West King Tract, containing six

periences.something If you are always not already represent a tome owner, near"'Tarragona. This will bf' For particulars and prices apply to J2500, -7 room 2 story dwelling con'ven'enUy lots : -. : . .. ," . . . 450
better see us, and select something that can be had business property. located, near Two cottages... n, West Zarra'gossa St, centrally located and

; on good terms. It 'will be worth more than you 1- ,$. 700- House and lot East Intendeo-' and street car. good renters, for the: ,two. .. . 1,250
da, lot 40 by 170. 520,000 Splendid warehouse site, 110 Large one-story and a half dwelling at 331 East Intendencla St.,
paid for it long before it is paid :
o $1200-Two houses, East Government x140 front'n''* 3 streets: near R lot ... 1,200
street, each renting |7.00; yearly McDavid-Hyer Company R. and water front.
rents $168; will pay 14 percent WANTED -For desirable customers
Agents New York homes; prices between '1500 HOOTON & WATSON.

:$2000-For two blocks East Hill near Life Insurance'Company. and 13500.
I IA. bayou and on proposed exten- MONEY: TO LOAN in large or smallaIlounts Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.
Pensacola Investment Company slon of car'line. Will be worth 8 E. Government Street long and short time.

double when car line is extended. '- Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. LIST your property with us for sale. PHONE 54 No. 37 3. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L"

H. B'ALEMBERTE, City Manager. .
201-% Thiestn Bldg. Phone 918- -
$ 600-one block, East Hill, north ol ; --
W. H. KNOWLES, President. R. B. SD4PSON, Sacratir*. Stoddart's. :
J.L ST1LLMAN, V.-rTes. ant Gen. Manager.Kael KNOWLSS am. Tmsurar. 41250 Quarter .block, 200 feet front.
Ing south by 137%! deep on 16th Board and Rooms. LOST
kind ot real estate for sale or __ -_ wJ-_ \
Cstate, loans, General Investments. un rWUWLrJWJ, r
I Ave. on car line. A bargain; iI i\
overlooks bayou. rent North Hill and East Hill vacant BOARDERS WANTED-'At' 226 N. Al-' LOST- On East Hill car Friday after-
215 South Palafox Street Pensacola Florida. lots. Some choice ones at o'c ock,
41000-4 lots, one a corner, overlook- very cimz'street! ; nice cool rooms, good noon between a.aJ1.d; seven
Ing bayou and bay near car good bargains for homes or investment table; terms reawnabe.Irs.:: Dora white muslin dress new. trimmea with

line. A good home,site !Donaldson. 27mayl6t lace. Reward for return to 322 W.
One large lot on R. R. good factoryGI 27may
Belmont St
p. ----- -- ---- ----------- ----------- warehouse site. One water front FURNISHED: ROO11S with or without ,
I WHY NOT" BUY AND MAKE-SOME lot that a purchaser could make no, board. Central location, 1 block L.UI&T-A 'goid 4 leaf clover stick pin,
-- MONEY OTHERS ARE' MAKINta: mistake to buy. One 40-acre farm: from postoffice. Mrs. Mame: Co'e, 11(5( with diamond in center; lost Tues
GOOD PROFITS IN REAL ESTATE anna one of 160 acres, both near Pen W. Intendencia:! St. :23may2w! day while on depot car., Reward for
Double Your WHILE YOU ARE ASLEEP. GET IN sacola. I !!1 return to W. W. Richards, at court

Money THE BAND WAGON' OR YOU WILL Four choice brick business houseson FOR TOne or two newly furj -- house. 24maylw I '
BE LEFT BEHIND.' Palafox \L'
St.; for sale. Fine invest j nishei front rooms; southern expos-
All kinds of real estate In West Florida are steadily and rapidly! 1 FOR RENT ment property. Few choice offices' >. ure; with privi'ege of phone. Loca- LOST-Gold filed -waen and fob; El-

increasing in price, and there is no chance to lose If you invest your 6 for rent. t'on desirable ,and near business cen- gin works, 15 jewels. Initials on
money in it. Prices have more than doubled,within the past three 6 room house, E. Intendencia .. $15 Turpentine men all ,get rich and I''iter I 422 W., Gregory. 13maylw j,, fob J. C. P.. number of case 6118382,
room house, Guillemard,near Y M have good turpentine business for i of works 7548609. $5.00 re- ,
years. We have some nice offerings in all kinds of real estate In C ... . I i number
. .
$16 sale cheap. 15 crops: boxes plenty '''ward' for return to Williams store,
either large or small tracts. \ e can sell YOUR lands, no matter FURNISHED ROOMS-Centrally located A HANDSOME PRESENT FOR YOUR
where they are. round timber lease on, which together Best rooms in the city; cool,: Jackson and D VUlers Sts. 23maylw
LESLIE E. BROOKS with boxes good seven'years longer clean beds. Apply 128 East Gov-l W1FE.:
BUTLER & SIMMONS Write or call and see schedule of ernment St 4maylm! LOST=Cold square medal, with blue

Phone 482 Fisher Building: property. I I enamel on' fate, and engraved on No. 211 East Government street. ,\

LAWYERS AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS, THREE PLEASANT RbOMS to rent!', back. Reward' for'return Soi-Cahn & cozy .little brick cottage, 5 rooms, haj:i

". T. CRAWFORD with privilege of light house keep-I i Co.'s store. 17may and ibath with city water; on the carline

CHIPLEY. FLA. HELPWANTEDWL4TDYoung ing 301 W. Chase. $3apr :: and near the busness! district, a
Couth Street
3151/2! Palafox -
,,-- -- NICELY FURNISHED I bargain at
---: ROOM for rent

-: man to do billing on North Hill car line; location I HOTELS. .
and stenographic work In wnolesate; Wanted very desirable. Apply 208 W. Gadsden i S2.COO

grocery house. Address P. O. Box 83$ street. 23aprll i COMMERCLVL 'HOTEL. DsFuniak, '.
City. 29maylw I' Fla.-New management; newly furnished
PLEASANT place to board I
WANTEID-Everybody to'call and on North
A Home I WANTED; good cook at once. Manor see' the Perfect Pantry. Lawhornand Hill. on car line. Address No.8,i ; free bath and sample rooms; REAL ESTATEof

Savings woman. Apply 227 B. Intenden.. Blackburn, agents, 109 E. Gov care Journal. 27mar I I good meals especially and! good solicited.beds.Rates Traveling 12 all kinds; business properties Im'; ,

cIa! St. 29may3t'lW1NTED50 ,ernmentstreet.. 27maylm men ,
Old newspapers at five cents a bundleat per day. Mrs. M. H. Stanley, Prop. etc. Don't buy or rent until you Iia>.
OVER 10,000,000 AMERICAN PEOPLE PAY INDUSTRIAL INSUR. ,this office. They all clean found what we have to offer.
ai .,
| Laborers. Apply WANTED. A 12 or 14 foot skiff. Apply 29may.
once. Goulding Fertilizer Co. 27m stating partieulsls: and price. 1- ; McCASKILL HOUSE, Freeport, Fla.-
DEATH.American. WANTED; Practical turpentine Thos. C. Watson. 37 Palafox.' Good meals, :good beds. Patronageof Fisher Real Estate Agency

woodsman at once, good salary for-27 may. : I traveling public sol'cited.: Rates
Life Insurance first class man. Apply Rose & Dasher OUR MOTTO:-Honest weight and __nn,.rLrr.rLw----u-.r.r.---.r.wrLruw trMarLruJL I $2.00 per day. Mrs. M. McCaskill, COLLECTION OF RENTS A

Companyis Point Washington, Fla 26may3t honest dealings. California Evap., EXCURSION TO SANTA" ROSA ISLAND Proprietress. 27may SPECIALTY.

orated Peaches, 15c perpound 2 lbs, -The steamer Capt. Fritz
the only straight life, legal reserve: company organized In Florida. WANTED-At house I
: once, good man. Evaporated will I PARK HO"f'EI-Why pay $2.50 per
for 25c; California: Prunes::;i run an excursion from Freeport 1 Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox St.
HOME OFFICE, TAMPA. CAPITAL STOCK $500,000 Apply at 619 N. Palafox. 20may lOc per lbs., 3 Ibs. for'25c;; fine London. to the Island, leaving Freeport Friday,I I' day when you can 'get as good room
Layer Raisins 2 lbs. for25c; Heinz Apple June 1, returning Saturday. Fare,'and bed for 50c. Coolest pace: in
ISSUES ENDOWMENT AND LIFE POLICIES FROM $50 TO $10,000 Wl-\NTED-Girl to learn tailor trade. Butter per crock'.&c. E; B. Hotf,, round trip $1.00. 27maylwiNOnOE | Pensacola, and you can go out and get FOR RENTFOR
Apply at once to,J. Weiland, 132 B. I man & Son, 57 E. Gregory St. Phone } what you want to eat. One block from -

Pensacola Office: Brosnaham Building Intendencia St 26mayl7r I,f 825. -i ISmaylm* Having installed machines!, ]postoffice. 22may SALE OR RENT-A five room
for the manufacture of I
r1-i -- I II I f'" J galvanlzeiiron cottage with 'bath and gas N'.
TEAMING WANTED-We can give:1! WANTED-The public to know thatj cornice, skylights, cornice ''gut- OOARDER8--'f.he Hotel 1107 E. Cervantes street Two biotka:
twelve ters, circular mouldings, etc., I
employment to
; steady Jor am now
the Pensacola Building for spring and sum from street car. Apply to H.V..
j is
Hyatt now
fifteen teams. Short to do sheet
logging haul! prepared metal work of
has decided to,follow the Glbbs, of Forbes Store.
FOR SALENew I ': mer trade. People who wish to rest care
Call write R. A. all kinds short notice. Satlsfac-
$700 good ground. on or on ,
i progressive: youn'g men who have established the is the place. 26maylm.
and build up, Hyatt
& R. H. Bonifay, McDavid, Fla. tion assured. Estimates cheerfully'given ;
that and
eight! room house with hall, 10th 1| I 24may. I I thoroughfare modern DeLuna, street,up-to-date and that on work in or outside the city, j Hotel to-date Hyatt hotel is north the best of Atlanta and most baau-up- I FOR RENT-Very cheap, a delightfi,'
Buys five room cottage near R. R.! 'Chas B. Vetter, 18 W. Intendencla.' ; location shore
on bay close to eU"
Ave. and 16th St. This place has to be) they are an up-to-date and modern tifully located plenty to eat; good ,
shops, $100 cash The rest on monthly: AN'l1ID-f-en and boys wanted to Phone698. ;
25maylni trio and
car; bathing fishing. Fo:
firm and have taken offices
.. .$1750 ;
seen: to be appreciated spring water; cool nights; perfectly
payments. Come quick and look it, learn plumbing, plastering brick at 210 DeLuna ,St., and I i place for camping parties, with plerr: :
: Lots 3, 4 and 5, block 140, New ever. "laying.! Special offer life scholarship ready to serve the public are In SANTA ROSA-Pavmon, L. S. S. offers healthy; no mosquitoes; no malady; a :of house room. Apply Fisher Rp
City. .. .. .. ..> . .. .. ..$6J< l '$175. I fifty dollars, easy payments:., the building line. General contracting the best accommodation for home-like place to rest: ; 87 miles. Agency, 206 Palafox St
Blocks 125 126 Petterson Addition -! Per lot buys 12 lots on North Hill union card north of Atlanta on L. and N. railroad.D.
and near position and guaranteed: work bathing and recreation to be found on 25may.
J ; and repair a specialty, plans .
I Hyatt Ellijay Ga.l9maylm.
i M. Proprietor,
water front, new six room I car line, :North DeVillers. I IC.R.YAEGER II free catalogue. Coyne Bros. Trade, and specifications furnishedwith estimates the Gulf of' Mexico. Launch Leclair ,

house on same. . .. .. .$1,600 Schools, New York, Chicago, St Loui.i.15mayly. .o I on short notice. Jas. 3 1.I leaves city wharf- daily at 8:00 a. m. FOR RENT-Two story g room house
Johnson, Mgr. 8may Phone 659. Chas. H. Burton, il'gr. with gas, hot and cold water, and ai.
Block 63 East King Tract. .$2,600 I
12may. OLD MILL INN-On bay front. Opens other modern conveniences. Address

Lot 7 to 14, inclusive, block 171, No. 202 Theisen Bldg. Phone 686. WANTED-Everyone The Journal has nice to know that I WANTED Second hand furniture June 1. Large, airy and delightfully or apply 41 E. Chase street. lOrna,
New City.. .. .. .. .. ....$1,600 I old papers i bought and sold. Ring phone 754 If you will look around the house cool. Good fishing, bathing and
for sale cheap. Only five cents:
bundle. ;.! or call at 112 S. Tarra9na St H. C. you will find a lot of ways in whica! boating. First class table. On electric FOR RENT-Elegant two-story residence !
J.A.WILSON&Co a O'Hara. 2may you can use old newspapers. You car line, 15, mnutes: ride from city.I I I corner Strong and Spring Sts
.WANTED food nurse. Apply C.I can buy them in any quantity at this Regular boarders and transients. Apply Jo C. H. Turner. lOma

1 j H. Turner, corner Strong and Bay-,SURETY ON BONDS-The American office. They are put up in bundles, Terms reasonable. Address Old Mill
Real Estate Agents, Will Double In 1I len Sts. 8may Surety Company, of New York. Is convenient to carry and sold at five Inn, Pensacola Fla. 4may. FOR RENT-Two very cesirab.i
I prepared to execute at this city without cents per bundle.MATTRESSES I |I stores on first floor of Manhattan
.Sallebury Building, Room 7 I I WANTED-First-class Darber for colored : delay Bonds and Undertakings re MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL--Clarkes- hotel, Corner Garden and Ba>len

trade. Ring 1010- ring or quired in the courts: and for the per: AND FURNITURE ville, Ga. Nestling among the mountains Just completed and arranged In'first

Value I i call at Sylvester Campbell Store,near formance of contracts.".Wm. D. Howe,' Mattresses made to order; old ones of North Georgia. An ideal p'aceto class shape. For terms, particular
Insideof dummy depot Warrington, Fla. attorney, 14% E. Government St2rcaylm. renovated New ticks famished. rest. Scenery and climate unsur etc.. apply Hooton & Watson. 29Apr

24 apri. Second hand furniture bought an'!i passed. Beautiful'walks and drives.'
-- ------- "- sold. Upholstering and repair.ng: tone.: 365 feet piazzas.: Accessible to many FOR RENT-Second story over Liui .
WANTED--All kinds or electrIcal 114 E. Belmont St., city, phone points of interest. No mosquitoes.1 i denstruth's jewelry store. Sultabefor

YearThat WANTED : work. I sell all kinds of electrical Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis, Mgr. 771.\\ Excellent table. 19maylm* offices, sleeping quarters or sttr-
a batteries and other electrIcal'supplies. h i age rooms. Lee Daniel! 24apr

When you need me ring 345 or 955. TAILORING L. Diamond, Tailor.Gets' ., ;
BROWN HOUSE-DeFunlak Springs. r.oR RE8room Cotta318 -
2-story !
WIANTED' reliable nurse to stayon E."'I. Peake, new Star: Laundry build clothing cleaned, pressed and
Good beds, airy rooms elegant W. Belmont Apply to Walker
Is what premises. Apply 712 North Bar .E. Garden. ISdec. repaired on short notice. No. 11
a great deal of real estate i.n.? __ I meals; free bath and sample rooms. Iiigraham. April2i)
in Pensacola is 'going to do and celona. 2Smay3WANTED I West Government St. Pensacola, Fla.idec. _
COURT HOUSE DYEING. Special attention to traveling men.
of it is In the Presiing A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for
following list: ( -A position as'cook in railroad .
I and Cleaning Club .212 N. DeVillers! Rates $2.00 per day. J R. Brown, rent, suitable for furniture or other
Half block in New City, fronting camp or saw mill. Address St. Mrs. T. J. ,Davis-, .Prop. Your patronage J. H. PORTER, sallmaiter: 716 South Prop. goods 104 and 106 South Tarragona
Calalonia square. .. .. .. ..$750 "Cook," care Journal. 25maylw* soliclte4; satisfaction guaran Palafox street. Orders taken for St. Phone 630 JOnorWANTED.

Half block in East King Tract In : teed. Careful attention given laU( 9' tents, awnings, camp stools and house HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES
0 settled WANTED-Your stenographic work; .-Real Estate for sale if
neighborhood.$7o3 garments. Phone 1222. Sfet. cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan. Before laying.your carpet or matting -I
One-fourth block on Toledo square I I Pensacola Typewriter Exchange,I buy a supply of old newspapersto rent leas-e or exchange. Your business

New City. .. .. .. .. .. H .$80o'IsiSjj' S. Palafox St. Phone! 379.23may. jot SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzIe Oert- put underneath and protect it Only re3pectfully solicited. J. A. Wil

Lots on 11th, and 12th avenues, New,:, I WANTED-We 1307 Art Cklqalars.Over want'your: orders 300 original lng,& Co. wholesale and retail ship five cents a bundle at this office. son, Real Estate Agent 22* W. Government .

City, at.. .. .... .. .. .. ..$200 I chandlers and gioccrs,, only first-class street, Room 7, .Salisbury:
200x132& feet : WANTED-To hear froin some one''I designs to sel.eel' from. All bouse of kin: in chy. Fair prices! to all.!! building. Phone 172. 23Jan
with us on East Hill carline FERRELL HOTElr-Sneads
Bare both by conferring I prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensacola. Florida.
.. .... .. .. .. .. i that wants a New International Encyclopedia MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-
when out to buy REAL ESTATE. H. $12501 I 16eb.WANTED.EiectrIe Rates $2.00 per'day. Nice rooms, __ -T
UI about some of the following: Lots in East King Tract or Westl cash or credit J. B. Willie Mini?, Proprietor. Furniture good beds table the, best J. M. Fesell. -
King Tract Waddell, Box 618, phone 66S.. repairing of all kinds, ts to Loan.
Store N. DeVillier street renting very cheap and on easyj i carp Prop. 17apr Money
: 16may2w* work of alt ldnd. __ _____ ,
for $180 per .$1500 terms. mproved property In 'West I laid, furniture packed for shippIng n ''''
North "C" street cheap:'I King Tract netting 10 cent. investment Let us c'an your fans resair; sour Phone 63. Next to Tampa Landing.
House on I per on do etc. Pa'nj H.'TEL VERNON-Rates $2 per day. MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody bo-
jour wiring
W.L"iTED-The public to know that dynamo. !: f
.$600,I we" can do all kinds of repairing 570. Pensacola: Elecuic Co..' 205 a 22Aprtl Special rate by week. Special attention rows money from Jno. A. Hall &;
House on East Afa'gou street only I! See us in regard to Lake View Hay. float building, horse shoeing etc. J. Bay'.ea.WANTKD.: ; CARRIAGES!: repaired and repainted. to traveling men. Free sample Co., 16 E. Government strest. Whta

.'.' S. .$ ,1: en Property. Prettiest place In New'!I G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feb Floats built to ord-er. Horse shoeing room. Mrs. J. P. Mauldin, Prop. in need call on ua. 9febim
88 acres of good farming land, a, City and Is on Bayou Texar. MATTRESSES RENOVATEDNew' .-The Merchants TransferCo. a specialty. J. G. Welsh CarriageCo. loapr.
fcargaln at .$1Four MONEY LOANED on all kinds of plf.!
West King Tract I tick furnished if desired. Guaran. wants your moving and baulin.MI 27feb foaal short notic
blocks in property on
1 ch.. ...... .. ..... .. ... .$1000! D. Hale Wilson & Co. teed. Crapet taken up 'and matting breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor. REGULAR HACK LI-t"E-From: Chi 1)-1 HOTEL American SOUTHERN-open all the Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 \\'

We have numerous other properties -Phone: 234 15 South Palafox laid if& Watson.desired. Leave orders at sen. Prop. Phone S7S.: ISjunela: ley, niak'ng: connections with mailj i Special year. summer rates.and European First-class; plan.in Romana. Phone 1165. Ifeb
Green Phone
listed with us and It would pay 193. 7aiar I launch for points on St. Andrews bay.!II
you to consult us before making yourinvestment. ', WANTED.-Hauling and transfer Extra teams for traveling men. Good!' every respect PJeasaot and coavea- MONEY TO LEND-On good real *
A.'TED-All of 'lent MrsT.
I owners to work. Office pcone' 363; residence I comfortable vehicles. L. Bowen, Prop., Pen tate security, or on good collateral
horses Call
know that we are agents for..the'ce'lebrated phone 390. Acosta &, White. 22-28:! N. on sacola. Fla. ISapr
of advices from lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooki.
We are In receipt Conkey's t or address J. C. Sinclair, Chipley,Fla. at
Poultry Remedies.
For Farm Turpentine Tarragona St. 25mar.
Insurance companies or Fisher Imildlng. ma.1l
the fire represented '
l Telephone No 74. 28apr
Guaranteed to cure rupe: cholera I :, CENTRAL HOTEL, CHIPLEY-Op.
by "That all losses !n California '
I Timber Lands, gape and to kill fleas, lce: ari.< will be '
conflagration of
promptly MONEY LOANED on all kinds personal
LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall Also their wonderful egg producer F. \old newspapers cant 09 bought at rooms. Free sample' room. Meals at
.and that THEY WILL CONTINUE short notice
paid on
TO FURNrSH ABSOLUTE on or ,Address S. Mellen & Co. Phone No._ 234.- this office for five cents a 'bundle. They''I .nfltnWLnJtnflWm.wWsLWn-uw. FoundFOUND -,_r- I all hours. Special" attention: to' traveling Terms easy.propertr J. W. Bullard, upatalri

INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY'' Turner & Aymard 18apr. are all clean and nice, -One black and tan dog. Own men.' $tOO per day.. J. )i. Tug- 23% South Palafox St, Phone 114*.

FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE FOR W ANTE .-A. R. Bingham want gle. Prop. ISmarlm DO?
ONE HUNDRED Real Estate and .Abstract Co. The best meats will not cost you any er may have same by applying atv43E. I
AlfllOST YEARS. your moving and bailing. He gua I CHIPLEY HOTEL-Oan ;Setterltnd! ,
Protect your home and business P. 0. Box 115 PeFunlak Springs.Fla more than the poorest ,kind If you antees all breakage. Phone 630 Gregory" and paying cost of this no- Prop. Special attention to commer. UNLIMITED amount or money to baa:

against loss by fire by insuring with, buy at the right' place., ; Vegetables WANTED-To sell a lot of old papersat tice. 25may cial travelers. Free, sample and bath oa all kinds of personal property
poultry, -beef pork, etc. Gartland':&
L 5c a bundle. Apply at this of rooms. Large rooms with good beds. Special rates to business men on large
Zelius, cor. Baylen and Intendencia.. fice. They are all whole, clean and '. $2 per day. 13marln leans. The New York Lou Co., 2Wj(
ESCAMBIA REALTY CO. NOTICEB. Phone 1132. 24may nice. NOTICE. : South PalafoL '
We wish to .inform the public that BAY tTEL.-open night and day.
204,4 S. Palafox Street I L. Gladden Is uo' longer. In our SECOND HAND CLOTHING' ''WANT-" WANTED-To buy old gold and ?iT- we have no connection with any other European plan.RQoms, ,light and -

Telephone 1052. I employ. ED Highest price paid for -gents' .yer, broken up stuff regardless, of concern. clean. Transient trade solicited. GENUINE IMPORTED: PANAMA

General agents for State, for Home ,HOOTON- & WATSON. clothing only. Sell second hand goods" size Cash paid. Lightman & Klei THE JOHN WHITE STORE, 575-579 S. Palafox. 35$. S. Nlcolau, HATS AT THE M. & 0. CLOTHING

Life Insurance Co., of New York. I llinaylw. Dress suits for rent, 9 E Intendencia., 106 E. Wright Phone 1127. / James A., White, Mgr. Prop. STORE $3.50, WORTH $5.00.I .



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Notice for Publication. Departmentof
WANTED-IN ESCAMB1A COUNTYALA. JAUSLEYS i COMPANY 1 J the Interior. Land Office at Gainesville -

., ESCAMBIA COUNTY, FLAVOR Arrived. Old hereby, Fla.given, April that 9 the, 1906.following Notice named U

SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA, Don Christiana, ,Am. sch 165 Mc-, settler has filed notice of his intentionto
| COMMISSION BROKERS Leod, Belize, to Master. make final proof in support of hs;
FROM FIVE TO TEN THOUSAND' i iLuohana, Br ss, 1984, Campbell, claim, and that said proof will bl
I Gulf port, to Cary & 00.Cleared. made before Clerk Circuit Court at :
ACRES OF LAND WITH FIVE TO I J I 11 WEST 1NTEWENCIA STREET, PENSACOU, FLA. Pensacola, Fla., on June 30, 1906, vii:

SEVEN YEAR TURPENTINE PRIV.. : i (P. J. Thistlewoqd, Am ss 151,Sliarlt QuakerRe James S. Seals, of Nokomis Ala., Hd.
I 30488 for the lot 1 ( or E% of NE&

ILEGE, WHICH WILL CUT .AT,. i Private Wires N. Y.. N. 0., and Chicago. i for tles.New Orleans, with 200 hbls bot Sec.the 1, Tp. 5, N., R. 34 W. He names I.
following witnesses to his
ILwchana .Br '.&6. 1984, Campbell prove
LEAST FORTY BOXES PER continuous residence and culti
I i Buenos Ayers, with bunker coal. ration of said land upon ,.
J viz: J. E. Hub.
ACRE. THOS: PEBLEY, PEN A.,, COnONSTOCKSGRAINFROVISIONSandBONDSi .Sailed. bird of Nokomis, Ala., James Hub-

COLA, FLA. 26maylOt Gracia, Sp ss, Ruiz, Liverpool. bird, of Nokomis, Ala., W. M. Court. .
I Bought! and Sold ,on Margin or for Investment. : Kirlcwood, Br ss, Gullock Manchester. ney, of Nokomis Ala., W. B. Seals of !

,I i is delightfully stimulating -no after Nokomis, Ala. TV. G. Robinson, Reg. :

For SaleFOR I t.!: : Reference I : First National and Peoples Banks. Phone 1173 ister ) ,
-- : VESSELS IN: PORT. effect. Notice for Publication. Department
S.\LE-one fine mantel, folding' ......": Steamships.Barendrecht. of the Interior. Land Office at Gainesville : '
'- Fermented in cleanliness and Fla., April 9. 1906. Notice i*
bed (latest) sitting chairs baby carnage Dutch ss 20 z, U".A, perfect
dishes, cooking utensils .etc. stra Rio Janiero. '. hereby given that the following: named

AppK' M6 E. Jackson St. 25maylw Professional! l 1DfrEoryTI McMillan Bros. Co. Exmoor, Br"ss Storehouse, 2297, temperature- redistilled in copper- settler has filed notice of his intentionto
.- Madiera to Hyer Bros. proof in support of hs:
FOR SALE. LEASE OR RENT-. --- Ida Span Ss 2267. Liverpool to S. ripened for in charred oak. claim and that said proof will be
Houses on water. front at Littlg.Bayou P. Shotter & Co. years made before Clerk Circuit Court at
near car line. Good bargains. G YATES M D. I. Pensacola, Fla. June 30 1906 viz
:Louise Ger 83 1480 Bohndorf.. Ant. You won't be if on :
:'J11'1to Phillip Hannah, Little Bayou. werp'to J. Schieyer. I. disappointed you \Vllliam B. Seals, of Nokomis, Ala., 1
!lmay3w'FOR Hd. 30652 for the SWVi of Section 6,
Si.u.E-"We .have a lot of keg, OPTICIAN Ships. ( insist on having it. Tp. 5 N.. R. 33 W. He names the following .

suitable for flower pots and other 306 THIESEN BUILDING I Canara, ItL.shlp.. 1495 Repetts, Genoa Phone 16, Lewis Bear & Co., witnesses to prove his continuous

purposes; also a'lot whiskey! syrup to Master. 404-408 Palafax St. and 2-10 Main St., 6 residence upon and cultivation of ,
and other barrels, which! are suitable: WM, D HOWE MOBILE. ALABAMA.MARKETS. Cayo Gitano; Br ss, 1983 Jeter Gal- Pensacola, Fla. -- said land, viz: J. E. Hubbird, of No-
konrls: Ala., Hu! bird of Nokomis .
for packing crockery or fish and cured veston to Gary & Co. James > :
meats. We buy all:kinds of barrels, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Harvest Queen, Brit ship, Forsyth Ala., W. M. Courtney of Nokomis -
and re-cooper and clean them. Supply 14Yo EAST GOVERNMENT ST. Rio Janiero ..to'order.Nordstjernnen -. Ala., James S. Seals of Nokomis,

always on hand. If you need, any ... Nor : ship, 1635. -- --'- Ala. W. G. Robinson, Register.
]I'arrels or have any for sale, ring us Iraksen' La Guayra to W. S. Keyser -----_-:'?Iii;! = = Notice for Publication. Department
up Phone 235, residence phone 591. & Co. of the Interior. Land Office at Ga nes-

Pensacola Cooperage Co., Geo. A. NOTICE Naval Stores. Barks Coronet Old Tom and Dry Gin YUle, Fla, April 9. 1906. Notice is
Vucovich Pres., No. 9 S: Alcanlz.iTmaylm. Savannah/Ga., May 28.-The naval Nor bk hereby given that the following: named
The Woolley Sanatorium,the only Institute stores market. closed today as follows: Antigua, 1348 .Ferguson, I __ -. ",""- __",- <'-=u"",""",, ,=,... ,. ="" "...... settler has filed notice of his intentionto
Orleans to A. Zelius. I -
_ _ _ in the United States where the, "wW..a: ,. .... .* ." 43WG. Dharwar, Sweed bk., 1271 Olssen make final proof in support of h.s:
FOR SALE-GASOLINE ENGINES Opium, Cocaine and habitscan .:; 4 65
Rio Janeiro toH.-H. Boyer. claim, and that said proof will be
Several secondhand gasoline engines be cured without exposure and N..,.'.. .. .4 65 King'Malcolm It bk Gufl 1233 Ge- _-_ wI1- ____ made before Clerk Circuit Court at
in good order at reasonable with so much ease for the patient. Only M. ..., .4 60 i:oa to Huges &,Co. Pensacola, Fla., on June 30, 1906 viE
prices. One 8' horse power one 3 30 .!days' time required.. .Describe K ..4 55I.
tulsa ItaL bk. 1591 Montano, from Thomas H. Nelson of Pensacola Fla.,
horse power, and one 2 "H. P. Ed B. your case and I will write you an .., .4 55 Nolloth,to. master. I YOUR MONEY WILL EARN Hd. 30713 for the NE (or lot 1) and

Banks, Pensacola, Fl'a 21 maylw* opinion as to what, I can accomplish H.4 50 Lake Erie, It!. bk., 928. Efigan, Bas- SIE', of NW'i (or 181'2 of Lot 2) Sec. -
FOR SALE: .-.Oiarine and stationary for you. Ask your family physicianto .4 45 som to Master. I 32, Tp. 2 S., R. 31 W. He names the

engines. Wonder Gasoline Enginesare .investigate. Dr. B. M. Woo ey.' 104 F.4 40 Monrovia, Nor ,bk, 1449. Aase, Hamburg CENT. following witnesses to prove his con.
the simpliest strongest and best N, .Pryor Street Atlanta Ga.- E.4' 35 to order.'i I' 4 PER tinuous residence upon and cultivationof

engines on the market for the money. D.. .4 00 Port Sonoclan* Uruguay bk, 1112 said land. viz: George P. Cross, ot
Send for catalogue. Ed B. Banks C.3 75 to 3 80 Ferres, Montevideo to German American Pensacola, Fla., B. C. Duval, of Pen.
Pensacola. 27maylw' Pensacola. Andrews and Spirits Turpentine 57% cents. Lbr. Co. sacola, Fla., Willie Simon. of Pensacola
Paalo Angelo Ital bk 1136. Bezzo.i 1 Your money deposited in our Savings.' Fla., A. J. Nelson, of Pensacola

FOR SALE-A up in bundles lot of old convenient newspapers.Put for Gulf Steamship Co. AUtLEY A CO.'S REPORTS Precnrsore,'.Ital bk, Schiafflao, 1508,I Department is a profitable and safe in- Fla. W. G. Robinson. Register.
Liverpool Cotton Mirtwt Genoa to Rosuco Bros. I
Notice for Publication. Departmentof
carrying. Only five cents per bundle. STEAMER TARPON. ClOMJ Rebecca Crowell. Am bk 491, Daw, vestment for your idle funds and your the Interior. Land Office at Ga.nes-:
Apply this office. AD.*Jf4Q..............................._.*...6.eg Porto Rico to J. L Kelly &; Co. '
CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton & w. Go BARROW Mister, :T.b.-M&r...................... ... .. 870 epero, Nor. bk, 623, Bostlg, Las. money is available at any time you yule, Fla., April 9, 1906. Notice is
FIRST-CLASS; PASSBNtii! AND Kar.-Apdl.................................. Palmas. hereby given that the following named
Watson have just received a large FREIGHT SERVICE! April-May............._H.......... Nor bk I might need it for other purposes. settler has filed notice of his intentionto
supply of the latest city maps, showingall -DetwVllJ1- : : Sterling Bllepsen LabitaBay make final proof in support of his

of the subdivisions.: The maps are PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHl. lUJi..JalT Kal.Jun..6.9'..........................., ....481 to order. ,', I,' 11f not convenient to call at the bank, claim. and that said proof will be

official and down to date and are COLA. CARRABELLE. ST. 'ANDREWS Juq..LuauR ....................... .... .....666 ,,ys .Schooners. made before Clerk Circuit Court at -
mounted on heavy linen. Regular MILLVILLE. Jlugut-8.ptanb r ....'$.8t- Annie M. Brit schr., 397, Carter,i deposits may be sent safely by post- Pensacola Fla., on June 30, 1906, viz:

price. 2.50; special price on lots of And all points 'en St. Andrew Bay, $ pteabeK>oober ....... ... .... 6.78 Mantos to J. A. Merritt & Co. office order, express order, bank checkor Murdock T. McMillan, of Pne: Barren,
five or more to agents or real estate Carrabelle and Apalachlcola. Ortob r-KbT.n b.r Donna Christina,.' Am. sch. McLeod.. Fla., Hd. 34574 for the N}2 of NWi
men. Hooton & Watson. 8may SCHEDULE 1(01'.bW-Dec' > r.... 165, Carde as.'(. : registered letter. of Section 28, Tp. 3 N.. R. 31 W He
Leave Fene&cola !Sundit: 1:30 & DCSEbSr-Z1UP.J7 .:...... ......,........ 's. G. HaskilC: Am sch 569 Staples names the following witnesses to
SALE-Large ice box,
suitable for !Mobile Alt. Liverpool Spots,617. I
m. .
for groc2ry store or market"and Pensacola ,Taesdaj. 8:30 Isew York ,to,0rder.Given.? prove his continuous residence upon
soda fpunt with.20 iflsood Leave p. ; and cultivation; of said land viz: J.
syrup cups.. All for St. Andrews. MillviUe, Apa. Naw York. Cotton Mirtwt "v '
condition. Will sell cheap 'or 'lac'fllcola a. ; Carrabelle and Intermediate Opea: Hip Low OloM .. up to Die.B S. Hobby, of Pine Barren. Fla., John
exchange foiQth pq rty. ApplyT. points. : J'al111&r'f' 1065 10.66 lO.ef 10.62 .. Spiegel :1201 N. Virginia St., D. Berg, of Pine Barren, Fla.. W. A.
J. Bucey, 1021 Ninth. avenue. additional. Isformatloa apply t j r May "- 11.35 ':41.87 lUl" 11.81 Evansville, Iffi&y {writes: "For over Miller, of Pine Barren Fla., I. J. Hobby -
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7ma>lm* : _.; ;r J. R. SAUNDRRS.B. July 1112. ll.lt ll.OJ 11.08 live years I was troubled with kidney FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Pine Barren, Fla W. G. Rob-

FOR SALE-Registered .Berkshire R. COBB. PrMldeatGen. JLugut 10.85 10.83 18.89 10.82 'and bladder affections which causedme inson, Register.In _ _
hogs; best of breeding.a' for Frt 'and Past, AytPensacol October............10,60 10.00 16.65 10.57 much pain and\ worry ,I'lost fles'a '- -the United States District Court,
tAsk .
Fla Deeember..lo.aa 10.61 10.56 10.8N.w wasall rtmuiown.and: PENSACOLA FLA.
catalogue. Carl' Setterlind; .Chipley., and 'Ii-yeat ago -. OF Northern District of Florida. In Bank
York 11.90Wheat
had to abandoji work. entirely. :I had
Fla. ruptcy. In re G. B. McArthur bank
-, tbree'of the ,best"p ys1cianS''wbo did W. R. a.Pres. W.K.BYES JB., r.-Prw. and C&sTiier.T rupt. Pensacola, Fla., May 28th, 1906.
FOR SALE OR RENT Two lighters; For,Sale <, Open. High Low Clow me no good and I was practically; W, BB_ T and W. N. ROBEBT! Asst. Caihisrs. The creditors of G. B. McArthur, of
one with capacity for 75 thousand ft. nwww-- wO1SALD.5 ki'_.:S8K 66?* 86 E6ft en' up. to. diet Foley's Kidney Cure DUUIcroBS-F.: C. Brent. W. A. Blonnt. W. H. Knowles. W. K. Ryer, J6
lumber the other thirty thousand ."ca-' : I J1111';...,v..r.iM.88>i 83" 82% -f!fl 831Corn. recoffimentol-and the first bottlegave D. G. Brent. Ptnsacola, Fla., said district, are hereby
$ room cottgetor sale not:fied that on the 28th day of May
Rates reasonable. Also two .. :!
pacity. ::1.t..rCity
and after =
'relief =
I taking -w
cheap. Address D.A.. -Wampler,. me great A. D., 1906, he was duly adjudged a
skiff boats forsale cheap;; 22 ft. long, Open High' Low Clot. the second bottle I-'was entirely cur
Cottage. Hill, Fla. 29maylw ......_ bankrupt, and that the first meeting of
5 ft beams. Telephone write J. A. Kay. &i948y1 49)1) ed." For sale-ty W: A. D'Alemberte.
Chaffln & Co.. Milton. Fla. 25mar Juq...,.*T% 8X 47% 48" his creditors will be held at my office,
FOR SALE -Large concert hall phonograph -
: BondsDenomination 506 Thiesen Building, in the city of
ON THE HIGH LAND-East Hill electric tn.first-class condition cheap.S. .1I 1-New York Stock Market NOTICE. of Pensacola Improvement Pensaco'a, Fla., on the 8th day ol

car line, six lots 100 ft. front A. Friedman's! Saloon, 331 So. Pala-I! Open aon Notice is hereby given that the undersigned June, A. D., 1906, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
by 131% deep, $700 Inside fox St. 24may .........
corners South.rnP&clfle. ..? 65 1IOOp1'sr. owners of the following vessels $1,000.00 Each. at which time the' creditors may at-
lots $6OO. There are no better situations 107$ will not be responsible for any tend, prove their cla'ms, appoint a
than these lot*. A. V: jClubbs. WANTEI>-=To sella flne pet mock J.. 8.B........................ 111 154 contracted in the of said Dated Jan.1, 1906. Maturing Jan.1, 1936. Redeemable 1,1926. examine I the 'bankrupt and
JUSTRECEIVED-Large ing bird, one year old;, fine singer; Atch........ .................. 88 8A debts name trustee
Olive Oil. saipment of state what you are willing to pay for .R........................... 15 154 vessels unless first authorized by a Interest Payable Semi-Annually. transact such other business as may
Imported Retail by pint, such a bird.Address Mrs.! Hattle .RT.: ....................... 81 80J6ti written order signed? by us. The above properly come before said meeting C.
gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso Flournoy, Lockhart, 1Ala.! 23maylw B. &o ...........;............ 10m 101" nottce refers to the following vessels: We Offer For Sale These Bonds Subject to L. Shine, Rpfeiee in Bankruptcy. It
& Co., ship chandlers an South Palafoi. 4oct I FOR SALE-Lumber is'now cheap at C..I .. 635* 643* Colt :Mary L. Harty Amy Wixon, Em. Prior Sale, in Amount to
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Those I Joel Frater' lumber yard on Bay- u. 4f()% 40% ma Jane, Osceola, Ariola, Francis & IRECTORYJoppaLodgeNo.6LO.O.F.
wishing to make a successful run len street wharf., Get his prices and u.S., prefwred....'..(10 % 106 Margery, Silas Stearns, Algoma] Hal Suit Purchaser. "N.
should supply themselves with a bot build ;you a home before prices advance B-8....... 27H: 28 cyon, William H- Warren, Clara P. .
tle of PLUTO. Now is the season to L.& ]i. 148 lfllH Sewell, Isabelle. Correspondence Invited. Joppa Lodge, No.6, I. 0. 0. F.
prepare your stomach and liver 23maylm.which sure .to: come' I L..1..: ....................... 7d 7 WARREN FISH COMPANY. meets every Tuesday evening at 7:3o'clock : *
against all diseases. Pluto will do it. M.P?.....,. S8HT 94 : Odd Fellows Hall. Belmont
Mtlt..T.a. f..*........ .....- Ivo Sale r' THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA at
For sale by all druggists and grocers, FOR S'A1'Pair spotted ponies 5 Ca.Po..J.: :.................... 150N l 11Jt, JUST RECEIVED 100 GENUINE anj Baylen street. Visiting brethren
wholesale by Jas McHugh. years old, sound and gentle. Don, .T.0..... .................. 1381' 139 IMPORTED PANAMA HATS AT THEM. art- cordially Invited.

FOR SALE.-Improved and key and cart-; .just the thing for chil P.O ........................... 9' 92 & 0. CLOTHING STORE $3.50 PENSACOLA FLA.No. T. H. FLEETWOOD N. G.
In all of unimproved the dren. One cheap farm horse, one good n'D'G..........J.::............ uaSt. 1 ; J. Vf. GINGLES, Sec
property parts city. mule. HInmaa & Hecker Century, .P ......................... ioa'}. 168XII. WORTH $5.00. SljanGm.
J. WiUon & Co., Real Estate Agents, Fla. 23may .I............................ 2D 231) -----
Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone 8 B. 58J.i 88H 5603. Pensacola Lodge NO 3, K. of P.
172. 23aa FOR SALE-A round bottom boat, T.O.L......._. 150* 151H ..................+++: meets every Monday evening at 8

FOR SALE-Three yoke of oxen and copper fastened 16 ft: .by 5 ft. 8 Peon*. 134 '134UDJ C.W. LAMAR President. Cashier. JOHN J. W. ANDREWS PFEIFFER., Assistant Assistant Cashier.Cashier. o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall
>. ._>___ 149 '149 i i M. E.CLARlYiCe.PreSideflta: over Pou stable W. Intendcncia St.
log cart; good team in good condition inches beam. Apply. to C. P. Gonzalez -
brethren cordially welcomed.
and working every day. Price Bohema! Fla. 23maylw* & CO's. Daily Cotton Visiting
AXisley Letter.
$300. Call on or write J. A. Chaffin & i i THE AMERICAN
Co. Milton Fla. 29aprlm FOR NICEi-JUICY-TENOER MEATS, New York, 28.-Trading in cotton H. HORSLER K. of R. & S
options to-day was light and unimportant -
FOR S'\LE-Lady's saddle, extra choice Fancy Groceries; ring phone Liverpool closed easy at : OF PINSHCOLU, HA. A K Meetings of the
good fine Shepherd ddg: also gig, Moyer on the square, cor. Govern- about 5 points under Saturday'sclose. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. Knights of Columoua

brand new Century .Encyclopedia and ment and Al aJiz: -20 pounds stan ... Spots continue- quiet.: Operators i CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. No.are held 8 West at their Intenden-hail
Dictionary. Address. 1102 East.Gads- dard graulatedjsugar'jl.00.. Gophers, are awaiting developments in cia street
den St., or phone 285. 9may chickens, all kinds f-vegetables. local situation. The undesirable cot i ii DIRECTORS. Monday on every
evening at
Prompt delivery. 23maylw* ton held here will in a short, time. : 7:30 .
Frank F. E. Brawner, : o'clock An invitatloa
AUTOMOBILES.' am" agent for the be consumed by spinners which will Henry L, Covlngton, Rellly
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FOR SALE-Nice, clean old newspapers in the option list. J. M. Pfeiffer, W. S, Rosasco C. W. Lamer is extended
Pope Mfg..Co. and can sell.you autos be reflected i J. R. Saunders. to visiting Knights.
T. F. McGourln
at two cents a bundle. This of. weather to-day showed i Bryan Dunwody,
from J500.00 up. They costless than The map W. ". Milton 0. E. Maura, JOHN B. JONES.
horses to keep up. They can be run flee. lght; rain over the eastern belt and i A.-M- Avery, Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Ocrtlng J. S. LEONARD, Grand Knight.

In sand or anywhere a horse can go. FOR SALE Fine piece of land close' generally clear elsewhere with low j, The greatest enemies of fowls i iand W. L.McGo\\ln Cawthon,, C. M. Covlngton, M. E. Clark. Recorder.
Leslie E. Brooks. Phone 285 call at 1102E. temperatures. Weather conditions are mites. They hide in the Alex!
to city. or
Gadsden. aside from being too cold for. the I cracks and crevices of the roosts I deposit boxes for rent at $%.CO, $$3.00 and JS.QO the year. Private departmentin I Daughters of Rebekah.
FOR ,._ 19maylw.. Safety
SALE-fTen new and seconds .
the favorable.
__, UJ growth of plant are I i houses and at night attack connection; for the convenience of customers. Naomi Lodge No. 10, Daughters of
cQnd hand office safes, different The government report will show the fowls in countless 'I
numbers -
sizes, best makes at bargain prices. FOR SALE-Some good paying stockin favorable conditions: and but very I cent interest Paid on Time Deposits. Rebekah, meets every Monday nightat
western bank. Will transfer for bite through the skin and Four per 8 o'clock in I. O. O. F hall. Visiting
Scarritt= Moreno, dines East Govern
in The immediate
small increase acreage. i
ment SL. _. 24 mar good property' if.l location js, suitable. future will no doubt show. a suck the life blood of;the llo k. : sisters cordially invited. to be present
-- '- address....H., C
If interested '
market 'with'a. fair : :
FOR SALE-A fine piece of waterfront narrow and dull
Pensacola Fla. MRS B. R. WITKOVSKI.
Box 3, \ -
property, 50 feet front on West ly good tQne. i CONKEY'SLICE : MISS WILLIE KENDRICK Sec
B.aySaore at,the foot of Clubba -street, TO CANDIDATES-Those Cotton. should be a purchase, on all GREW PaumU2. T. B W5LL13, l.PaUID2S2.B.K. : _
I- MANSFIELD MORENO,AIIU.Cll&1EI 11. meets first and
with 'a 4 room house, front and. back wfshing to make'a successful run decline BUSHNELL.&sarza.
has wharf should -suithemselves with a bottle f i third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.
gallery a nice about 250: National Bank
Citizens Rafford HaJJ, No 1C. West
feet long, running out .to deep. water, of PLUTO. Now is the,season to TOO LATE: FOR CLASSIFICATION.WANTED m. -
from the front gate.. Fora few days! prepare your: stomach and liver I of FeBwcoU, Florid street
only ft will be uJered at'only. $1500 against ,all diseases: Pluto will do if. \\0ornpetent tnanaget"commissary. for LIQUID DltlCIORS.MorriaBear. A. G. FELL Pres.

cash. Apply to Jos. T. Johnson. at II For sale by all druggists and grocers Good accommodat'onsand with: I t' Ge. W.WrlihL T.B. Welles. Bix M. Robinson.. L. Hilton Oren. J. L. SWEENEY.' Sec.
L. Friedman '& Co.'s" store. '5may wholesale by Jas McHugiu__ I location. Excellent salary painted on the.roosts ulU,quickly -: 4 GCHtRAl BACKING' BVSIN18S TRANSACTED Pensacola l Lodge No-:4: J. O. oTFT
promotion to right man. t.ddreswith : and effieetlvely ridyour Pensacola Lodge No 4, I. O O. F.,
FOR SALE Nice, clean old newspa Fine' flowers. references. Hood & Hill P. O. xS51. the i Thursfla.-
FOR SALE- pot i fowls of plague. meets every evening at 7-30:
pers. All 'hole'and useful at home Apply U08J Gad'1enSt: or phone Atlanta, Ga. it L- at the new hall on Belmont and Bayle'streets
of in jour store.' Only five' cents per 853 6rthgS.Mrs.. J. Jt Rogers : = -4 Visiting brethren cordially

bundle. I 13maylm. Escambla' Lodge, No. 15, F. &.Ar M. : r- invited. E. GREENBLATT,

WANTED-To loan money on 'you* FOR sAL-Fine hotel site; best 'sU- Escamb'a Special' '! Lodge communication, No. 15cF. of&: F. S. MELLEN & CO.. i UR ?::*" CJ&JEI.T"; db; CC>. Jao.sYD J. NEVILLE. Secretary
watches and effects .! Q Wholeule and Retail D W. 0. VV.
Jewelry personal nation in the city f : Highest cash price for old gold: at 7:30 Anthracite Live Oak Camp No.1. W. 'J! W.
172 feet evening, May 31st Domestic
feet froutlngjouth Steml4 C
tel,430 Phone 331.Pensacola $. in Pythian Hall 1st and :3n
and wright silver.Phone Lightman 1127. :.KleIn' lOfj'.E i deep-oa East Government, '- and street Adams, overlooking o'clock.iting brethren Work fraternally in F. C. degree.Vls:invited.! -. i and Blacksmith 0 A L fleets Wednesdays !in each month. Visiting

Seville :square : ,!. Fla., : OSes-No. 43 South Palafox street Telephone S3. sovereigns cordially invited.F. .
of Penwcola- C. D. BEYER
IXR SALE-Second; hand .55 H.; P.i street with opea view A. BOGHICH, C. C.
Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones 6; and 37?
W, G. W. M. corner
thf property [
$10,000 wi\I\ buy
boiler.. Will sell cheap. Apply to bay, .........................i _- ---_ t: ": r"l k f/-[ LESLIE E. BROOKS. Cltrt.
"JCe. Method Laundry. ISApril : lapr.

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f.. SPORTSApropos DO YOU rA'RK llt AN For Delicate Stomachs

It New Styles -.., -. .. .
]have any trouble with r

: the unwelcome of the kind package is an unpleasant question,YOUR FEET ? BURR lA there is nothing better:than this strength t

1 i', Iii Men's subject the Southern for the league four western Yesterday teams New iu ;, giving, predigeste4liquid-food-- .

Orleans, Shreveport, Memphis and
if you do there is no necessity'for it,

Little mingham; Rock, Atlanta were (defeated Nashville by Bir an when yoh can get the only'original' TIBET ; .

I: eye Montgomery it required ten respectively.innings for It Birmingham is dBUNION' LAST :;: f : SERUCjj '

to turn the trick, while the Pi- _
rates battled against Atlanta for Shoe at my store that will make you 5.,' .

r eleven innings, but the easternerswon feel comfortable just to look at,-and, Official in ;
Shirtsr just the same. As a whole with I dream of paradise when you put them Canvas ot; Vote Prig'

the exception! Of the Little Rock defeat -on, and only $3.00 and' $3. .0.'per, .pair. '
the victories of the teams on All the latest shapes ,in Snow, ..FJo'rsheim } mary' for SupremeCourt; and.
r have hit the nail on the this side"'of -Mississippi are a and King Quality Shoes at from
i' head in our display of the new good thing for the league, as it places $3.00 to $6.00 guaranteed to" fit the .R. R. Commissioners.. ANDNIh ,
j' styles of spring and summer the teams closer together. The three foot and the purse; one trial, and, I i c bP,1Ry0.1Ma '
i, Shirts. That's what most men leaders with continual victories wouDhave ]know you'll come again. The 'most delicate .stbmach..will accept
thinking about new too much of a snap and inter Following! is the vote, by counties,
are nQw after all other
t shirts, dressy, soft fronted est in the game might therefore lag. for Justices of the.Supreme Court !and and: retain Malt-Nutrine
i It is an odds on that some of the Railroad: Commissioners as tabulated refused.It
solid foods have been
( Shirts that are so comfortable western bunch will get together today -IJOS l COlEMAN by the State Democratic Executive I liquid or .
to wear in hot weather. They'removing
r out in a hurry. Some and hand some eastern team a, I Committee: is ,of great value to dyspeptics and to
defeat. The victories of Birmingham! Fort
\ thing particularly swell at the and Atlanta were expected, as it appears I 212 S. Palafox St. Supreme Cpurt Justices. convalescents' .after"severe illness..
'.' tow price of a dollar. Others &
If New Orleans and Shreveport g'WOOD ? -I
as f
on up to $2.50. : :.... 4
I' of the coin down
more :
, Fine line Bath Suits from 50 iii Pelican Town than victory. The : Counties. ry &-: S r Sold by-all.Druggists. and Grocers.
! cents to $3.50, with odd shirts players of both teams rode all Satur I :71\\ ::: ( : c

i and pants at 50 cents each. Get day and Sunday nights. .' .. Alachua.. .. ...,' 412 728 840 Prepared by
'l'1 one and take a dip in the briny. Chicago again assumed the lead Baker.. .. '.. .. .".. ... ..6 Ass'n
,t over New York. The Giants wereagain AND Bradford .. :.. .. 252 303 336 Anheuser-Busch: Brewing
l' defeated-! by St. Louis, while Brevard.. .. .. ? 94 223 222 St. Louis. u.S.A.. '
j'f Chicago won from 'Boston. Calhoun .. .. ... 57 222 237
COAL Citrus.. ... ? .... 159 258 307
f The John White STANDING AND RESULTS Clay .. .. .. 114 177 292 "

Columbia .. .. .. 388 460
1 I Oak and pine wood, in any size. All D .. ..
.de.-: .... 452831 764 ,
1i' Southern League. !grades of coal for sale. We'are now IiiII
Phone DeSoto .. .. .. .. :
515 636 649
Store Won Lost 1 l located at Ocosta & Co.'a old stand..
t 225.i Duval .. ....1,021 2,069 1,793 CALL
L New Orleans.. .. ,... .24 11 686 LET US
i Shreveport .. .. .23 12 657 cambia .. .. .. 752 1,715 733 RACES !
r 'Memphis .. ... ... .21 14 60 E. G. SEWELL & CO., --. FranicMn: .. ... ... 189 ,204 126 BEFORE THE FIRE WAGON.Too
! 1 Atlanta .. ..... 19 17 52 3I Gadsden .. ? 265 361 337 .
\ r.'_ .. .. .. .- .. ,. Birmingham .. .., ....20 19 51 Fhones 614 and 363.. Hamilton .. .. ... 193 259 255
.. ...15 21 417 I: Hernando .. .. 46 123 106 many'people wait for a fire before getting insurance
I Montgomery .____ __ Hillsboro .. .. .. Kupfrian's Park : 't4 their household goods, stock.
Nashville; .. .. .14 25 35'jj:; 900309 1,558 f on house or Setter not
j Little Rock .?. .. ,.. .. 9 26 257 I Hoimea! .. ... .. 346 895. 429 wait. Too late after the fire. Rate is small compared to
I .. .. .. 513 1,482 93: 1 :? *! the degree'oi"safetyafforded. :All our twenty companies

.Yesterday's Results. [l N .. .. .. 603 535 132 FRIDAY JUNE'st : paying full losses In San Francisco.
i. CANLNT ....
Atlanta 3; Shreveport 2 (11 in 203 368 350
1 safe was awarded the nings. .. .. .. ., 186 298 345 BENEFIT Insurance, Knowles Gen.1 1 Arty
. Bros.
grand prize at the 'Nashville 3, Memphis 0. ee.. .. .. .; .. 106 208 203 Fire.. Life, Pensacola
I .(World's Fair, and although (Montgomery 5;, Little Rock 3. 380 553 576

l inexpensive, It Is Birmingham 3; New Orleans 2 ((10 DAMED[D DI BY Levy..' .. .. .. 217 282 347 San .Francisco. Relief! :c :.::..-n- ;cC', '.- : ,!,-'_- .- .' -::.-....,,'."' ;....;.-,-:':= ,;;:;c.j. c-_=
the best safe made. innings). Liberty .. .. ...'.. 67 98 130
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Madison .. .. ... 298 549481({]
J 1 We Keep Them in Stock South Atlantic Leaaue.- 'Manatee .. .. .. 236 311 375 : fund.'t...... ..... .... ..................................

: Won Lost Pct.I Marion, .. .. .... 379 755 890 I 1-'Frea' '(Or", P2D1).T..A.CO! A
Augusta .24 10 707 [ ''Monroe .. .. ... 170 301 263 entries by Chas. R. Lang-
( and can give you Just I Macon .. .. .. .. ..1 1$ 16 S29J: DEWEY. Nassau. .. ? .. 154 276 234 ford and' Willie Connors.Gentlemen's Ryan I Iron Works and Supply Co. j i
what you want or if we Charleston .. .. .. ."17 18 486 l I Orange .. .. .... 337 593 531 i
;' haven't got what you want Columbia .. .. .. ....1618 471: I; Osceola .. .. .. 126 117 142 2- road race, 2 entries. Manufacturers 'and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, 1
3 we can order It for you Jacksonville .. .. .. .16 19457 II j I Pasco. .. ... '259 263' 3-Free. for all, with two cracker-jack FORGINGS, MILL AND :STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP :
and save you money. Drop Savannah u .. .. ..16 20 444;Ii iB'g Polk. .. .. 327422 259 entries.4Running. : REPAIRS ,SPECIALTY. Prompt: attention given to all orders, *
I a postal i+ : Drydock Passed Through With Putnam .. .. .. 235 375 450 494 race, 2 entries. fay or night Agents"for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and 2 t
j Yesterday's Results. Santa Rosa. .'. Races'willbe called at 3 p. m. Timber'Dog./also chains of all descriptions. Office phone 123. Resi- t
169 539 369 ., .
1 Wm. Johnson & Son, Inc. Charleston 3 Savannah; Columbia 2. 0. Little Trouble-Quick Trip SL. Luce.: .. .. dig 259 253 .OINlNN1N/NNNN9NON/NN dence phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123. PHIL. WITTMAN, Mgr 0 2
Augusta ; ?t. Johns.. n 246 331 405, ADMISSION 50c Np4H'N4N11N01Ne0ANNUAL
Incorporated. Macon 5; Jacksonville 1. Through Indian Ocean., Sumter.. ? ...., 239 181 361 .
Ij National' League Results. Suwanee ; .. 447 452 461 > Ladies Free.
5 New York 4.
j Chicago St. Louis 4 ;Boston 2. Expected Taylor. .... ..177 265 255Volusia DIVIDENDS
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Cincinnati 5; Philadelpha 3. ? 355 714 576

j 'IPlttsburg Brooklyn, rain. Special to The M B Journal.W i Wakulla.Walton. ...?. '.!...... 194. ,. 219. .. 201.,. Do ,Von.. --.. Want. The cannot be lost and they may be used to

, American League. Washington . 125 332 213 "
I All schedule games porstponed on Washington, May 28. The navy.-d -!| -J.>':"" -_. -. reduce the .premiums each year if the insuredso
partment has received a mail report j Total .. .
account of rain. .13,046 1,757 19,749
: PATENT APPLIED FOR from Commander H03le-commandrig\: \ ,Note-No returns, were received BEST chooses. A life or Endowment Policy with

At all| Druggists. Ea3y Picking. the towing of the from Baker and, Walton,,,counites.
,3 the Philippines annual dividends in the
MUS-QUITU MFG. CO., The Public School No. 2 team and the describing his passage Union Central Life
through the Suez canal !
Jacksonville Fla. and stating
Classical! School Juniors, crossed bats For Railroad Commissioners, .
that a fuller would the
report follow. The is
i] '-' yesterday afternoon and the latter ;> B a:; t B; I, most satisfactory .
report dated 3 and
May fl -rt!
of 9 to 0. 6
won by a score in it Commander Honey that the 't..:.!. = ?T "* I.Fishing Tackle
says :) **
Have Your ClothesCleaned passage through the canal consumedfour -Counties 3 3; :: I B. S. WILLIAMS General Agent.
f Not if as Rich as Rockefeller.If ,
days and eleven hours and that w r'I
you had all me weath of Rockefeller the damage to the canal is far less 'I I Thiesen Building. Phone 608.j .
I andPressed the Standard Oil magnate' you than expected it would be.A few Alachua '.. 243 382 923 650 1 Tennis, Golf.'Baseball and Athletic

f could not buy a better medicine for bouys and beacons were carried awn 'Baker .. . :;) ,.-.. .I Goods, the best Phonographs and records

bowel, Cholera complaint and than Diarrhoea Chamberlain'sColic Remedy. by the dock and several times It Bradford ... lt-3 135 446 373 I, the best Dog Medicine, the best ...............................a19NNNN4/PINNNNII
It struck the bottom or'sides of the ca. Brevard 128 122 160 188 .
: The most eminent physician :an not nal, but no injury resulted. CVhcun .. 106 97 126 151 Bicycles the best Tires, the best; v

F prescribe and diarrhoea a better, preparation both lor children for! colic After remaining at Singapore a few Citrus. .... 90 219 378 199 Typewriters, the best Lock and Key,1 j Gas Lighted By Push Button. o

adults. The uniform success of days in order to give the crews a Clay. . 103 86 222 184 Fitting, best Trunk Repairing, best
: f' at the Pensacola Dying, Cleans this and remedy has shown it to be superior rest, he will begin his journey and Columbia 460 367 533 34' Gas Lamp and last but not least, the 1 *

ing and Pressing Club, PanG / to all others. It never fails, and anticipates a successful 'passageto Jj I Dade .... 523 410 665 1.015i best-Roller Skates? J Let ns Install our pneumatic gas lighters which you light f
with water Manila tf. DeSoto. 506 471 712 599: your gas by "simply"pressing the' 'button. 4
G ama hats .cleaned and blocked sweetened and when, 'is reduced pleasant to take. Every tnd In the report CommanderrfH03ley- (Duval) 1,349 1,117 1,291 1,661 'Why go to ,

family should be supplied with it says: "I think we have a"splfndld Bscambia+ 421 773 856 921 | Gas Reduced Prices
at Makes It the
Franklin. 163 I
Sold by all druggist.COUNCIL chance of 'getting across the' .Indiana Gadsden 85 111 107 f. B. BRUCE = i
< ocean before the souwest, monsoons 104 205 394 403 I

L Reese & Mendel LACKED set Commander in with-much Hosley strength.says" that although Hernando43 Hamilton: .. '245 789 175'679 89 1,454 103 374 1.1 209 67HillSboro $ PENSACOLA,; FLORIDA .| Cheapest" Lighting- :Agent. in the City, 4| I

11 N. PALAFOX been made the to last the payment has not yet Holmes .. 338 311 544 497 3tb3 '.ur tW .aFfF $aEtF fF.Y. 'And it Is certainly the best because of the softer glow J !
NEEDED QUORUMThe I canal authorities he Jackson 582 : and its to
believes that 876 700 777 greater likeness daylight than any other light !
with the
f ---- amount he has PIANOS AND ORGANS. '
Jefferson t known,' 'Let
109 'furnIsh *
: 506 297 34S estimate of cost for in-
already paid :to the'' canal authorities: Lafayette 190 fit CASH OR EASY TERMS. staling. *

special session of the city council at Port Said: (' will be about If,616 Lake ... 154 210 342 305 332 36 188 8 All Piano Work Guaranteed # .
called to take place last night did frances. Lee .. .. 198 ,' CLUTTER RUSHING" # I
106 154 10D:I Pens ola
not materialize, due to the lack of a Leon .-. 122 366 488 554' # 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. Company \
Your Headand quorum. Mayor Bliss Aldermen Levy .. .. 100112 504U 7 PtfONE 476. #
Cahn, Reilly, Watson and McHugh.Clerk ,, Liberty ... 101 ,. Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street.
35 64 113 fc# ****#* ** i iJ !
** #
Merritt, Chief Schad, a few spectators ****
Direct from Our to YOU Madison 195 304 450 474 : .
and newspaper men represented I Distillery Manatee .. 237 154 345 372 N. 1 41 bNONt N.NN.NNNNNN.NNNNNNIIIe !

the crowd. Saves Dealers' Profit ...
268 463 1,021 717 PRESS THL -
The mayor did'not state last ni'siit Prevents Adulteration Monroe ... 673 465 108 71 ; J
whether or not he will call a special Nassau ... Byi/TON
162 125 243 281
session previous to the regular meeting I i "ll/ll
Orange 305
272 397
Your Feet which is two weeks off. It Is I HA YIER" Osceola .-.. 172 83 151 633 136

: thought that he will.. Pasco .. .. 164 231 270 203 TYPEWRITERSTHE ,

I Polk .. .. 322 212 539 480 .
Sore Nipples.A I Putnam ..282 193 348 388 t
);: Are shod equallywell cure may be effected by applying I WHISKEY Santa Rosa 137 156 32942St. 1 J

F; here. We make a specialty Chamberlain's Salve as soon as the! Lucie 99 180 163 293 'L. c. SMITH & BRO'S. VISIBLE WRITER
clothing the extremities child Is done nursing: Wipe it off I St.: Johns.. 328 399 207 256 -- .
t:: as well as of with a soft cloth Before allowing the II A FULL QUARTS 3.20 Sumter ? -116 107 322 3731 i I -
the body. child to nurse Many trained nurses WE PAY EXPRESS CHARGES ISu-wanee ...224 441 454 444 In improvements and superiority is startling the
use this salve with the best results. .. -- Taylor 66 253 238 215 I 'va typewriter world.
We will tend you, In t plain wiled Volusia ...
Price 25 cents per box. Sold by alldrug'gists. I 586 403 410 572
ease,with no marks to show contents,. Wakulla. 114 The demand for these machines Is beyondall
Our FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES of 220 133 275 \
HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE far Walton 209 160 289 37i anticipation. Orders are coming in so fast,
GENUINE. IMPORTED PANAMA $3.20, ud we will pay the exorecscharges. Washington 141' 191 198 171 The Simple*-Soren-Sifes-- ; ,
Summer Oxfords HATS AT THE M. &. O. CLOTHING1STORE I Try It, have your doctor tetfIt - H.adleet-sari only Perfect the factory is having trouble In making prompt
,test It any way you like, If you Total Sif-fiUiDj! Pea. No(IiM filer E For
$3.50, WORTH $5.00. don't find it all right and the purest: i .12,160 13.288 18,751 6&ntti-ao clorpnt delivery. particulars and terms, write
Note:-No returns
and best wtvlikay you ever were recely
At 3.00) and $3.50 will tasted, ibiD :t back to us at from Baker county. Tea simply prat: tie button(u
prove a lasting' source of $100 REWARD our expense and your $3.20 la tile fictan!in sWrttet )"and*Mfc the" yea alii 1 L. S. :BIDw1\T,
comfort and pleasure this 1 will be promptly refunded. Do Not be Imposed,Upon.

w hot weather; ",hUe our A reward of $100 will be given for I i At our distillery,one of Foley &: Co., Chicago, originated! louche the the intent paper It 201.1/-2; Thiesen Building, Pensacola Florida.
Hats at $2, $2.50, $3 and a the capture of Jaqe Haney, escaped the largest and best Honey and Tar as a throat and lun, ? ,
!' Stetson soft or stiff at from convict camp. Description: 5 I equipped in the world we tsrv ts remedy, and on account'of the great
i. $3.50 will Insure your bel feet 7 Inches; 130 pounds; mediumbuild gallons distill an of average PURE of WHISKEY 9,580 merit and popularity: Foley's Honey Eagle$150Flash .
ing topped off in the proper i ; age 21; carriageerect: ; brown a day. When you and Tar, many Imitatl n s" are offered '
manner. Summer eyes black hair; complexion black; bay HAYNER WHISKEY fpr the genuine. These worthless Im i
l clothes underwear ,It itations have similar No.a).hi 14 ksrtt toHd toM -
and of medium forehead; medium ears; round foes Mirect to you sounding 'names. NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
great. 'goodness at very nose; medium mouth; good teeth; from oar distillery, thus 'ttr Beware of them. The genuine Foley'a rubber paf point and-Fully not twinteed.vulcanized j ,

t.r it modest prices indeed. round chin; short neck; square shoulders purity assuring and you saving of you perfect the Honey and Tar is In a yellow pack Eade IOFIuJa"No.ZS ,
. : ; length of feet 10 inches; vaccination dealers' big profits. HAY age. Ask for it and refuse any sub with sad ha a,Sz.so PHONE 1188 E. LAWRENCE, Prop. No.8 WEST ROMANIST
scar on left arm. KRR WHISKEY is proscribed stitute. It is" the: best remedy for Ea,!"fIuIa"Urn No.25A $3.00 .
VARN BROTHERS' CAM1, by doctors and coughs and colds For sale. by W.' with rvld6aaat,$4.00
used in hospitals and by half a ruffian satisfied D'Alemberte.
Cantonment Sold
it That's why f YOU./? should pduT Store Get the Kodak
f : try i Habit..
H.O. ANSON Mr. Davis Improving.New j wars ous mxxsT omcs 'rl,' Dancing School. Ark YOUR DEALER. If 6edoc&t
r The Mil tile Bade
dancing class will meet at the you I
York, May 28.-Mrs. Jefferson I THE HAYNER DISTILLING CO.' Conductors -FLASH"Fountain FeutbeaMB4 Nothing gives you quite
and Motormen Bali in th v tile retail price direct to I muck pleasure and brings to mind so
Davis, who was reported much better ATLANTA GA DAYTON fc: Salisbury building tonight at the Bual B*. bch MA lUolutelj pur.anteed. many pleasant incidents 3S that habit of kodaking. Of course
.: CASH CLOTHIER, yesterday, continued to improve today. ST. LOUIS, Ma ST PAUL,MINN.Orders : hour, it. ,II youwill use an Eatma.n-lt you don't it isn't a Kodak. Wes
for Aril..CaJ:1.Col.lcla1l ,Mont::,.. .
. oc shittirli Cuh Wuh., or Wyo. nut T.fc EaglCt e Pencil Co. l1 them"from, $1.00 up. Also kodak suppIles.Cce" .
JUST RECEIVED 100 GENUINE of : run,or M tiin tot*iue muuit RECEIVED 100 GENUINE Uamfactoren
by Minio.DisnuzsY.
; Corner Palafoi and Main '
IMPORTED S i ,New EaQk tare.
PANAMA /Broadny York
I .Taos 0. HATS AT THEM. .
Emujssxp UK; .
& 0. CLOTHING STORE $3.50 .
WORTH $5.00. ; 303 :CapltaJ: $800,000.00 Paid Infaft' y I & 0. CLOTHINGI STORE; $3.50 ,....II'" 11'11 ...... Palafox S/.I, Plasaasla
WORTH" $5.00. .: "

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