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 30, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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: Chairman ,Shonts, of Canal Commission, Speaker Cannon Stops Explanations .: r.' of

. and Free Fights: FORE10N'lNTE'RE8TS IN Will Speak on Subject at Smoker in of Members "Pulled" by 1 Jj, 1

Ruled Police-Necessary.'and Presence of FAVOR. OF REVOLUTION Atlanta, This Evening. Sergeant-at-Arms. .!it U.. :f fJIM ...{j

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By Associated Press College, will make an address Wed CROW PROVISO i ,}

-PRESIDENT GUATEMALA., CLAIMS REVOLUTION 'Atlanta, May .-Theodore p.1 nesday morning at the Dedication of
NOTHING i WAS DONE I Shonts, chairman of the Panama)ICan'al a new building for the college, be entertained =
IS ALREADY' CRUSHED. at a smoker by the Chamber UNION i
commission arrfved late this) '
Commerce Wednesday
I'afternoon and will" be the guest of, later be the guest at a banquet In the Railroad Rate Bill Worries .:- ':
By Associated. Press. the telegraph wires, but messenger: friends until at''
personal Wednesday given by fifty prominent citizens. At I
I Democrats Unable to Effect Temporary .Mexico City, May 29.- -General I will be despatched from. Ocos. '; I midnight. He made .an address this the smoker he will mate an addresson Republicans. 1 i. j
Practically all foreign interests and evening at the presentation of the the relation of the Panama canal
Castello, commanding a detachmentin Len LeBaron Resigns as Managerand j
Organization. the best of the natives support the Bhonts prizes at Agnes Scott Female to the south. ,1'
the Guatemalan revolution, after rev'oluUon. I I
taking the city of Ocos, was forcedto Will Be Succeeded by SENATOR TILLMAN: WILL NOT .

retire before superior forces. He! CLAIMS: REVOLUTIONHAS Man Taken from Jail CONSENT TO CHANGE OF SEN. .j' ;
ADJOURNMENT REACHED AFTER has taken a new base and will be rev BEEN CRUSHED D. F. Cason. :

LEADERS OF' OPPOSING FIAC inforcstf to-night. |1 ATE PROVISION-.SUNDRY: AP. \ ,''i,
/Barillas is making his way to:I Panama, May 29.-The Associated and Small MobBy .!
TIONS AGREED THAT THREE' Quesaltenango.: There is no news! Press has received the following dis I Lynched by RETIRING MANAGER HAS BEEN PROPRIATION BILL CARRIES; TOTAL -

from Salvador but the invading force I patch: "Guatemala, 7:12 a. m. May NINETYFOURMILLION
QUBERNIATPTOAL: CANDIDATES i should be well advanced into Guate 25. The revolution was started butt, I I CONNECTED: WITH LOCAL OF OF OVER .
mala. : is' already crushed Estrada Ca-i iberara" Associated Press.! : awaiting trial for the murder of DOULAR3. ;
SHOULD SELECT TEMPORARCHAIRMAN \ Rains.have set in and the roads are Caberara is president of New Orleans May: 29.-Governor Jesse Brown in Richland parish. I ,FICE FOR OVER FIFTEEN i ; .

TWO PRESIDING bad. The revolutionists have, cut I 1 E Guatemala. I Blanchard to-day received a telegram night.Tba lynching A mob of occurred about twenty about mid-five YEARS-CHANGE IS EFFECTIVE l 1

OFFICERS. from the district attorney and sheriffof arrived over the Vicksburg railroad ON JUNE 1. By Associated Press. ": '

Madison parish announcing the. and at once brol4 open the jail and Washington,May 29j The aftermath 4 4of !.
lynching at Tallulah, last* night, of hanged Rogers before the sheriff yesterday's filibustering ending in i'.
By 'Associated' Press EIGHTHOUR:H R BilL PERFECT SCORE[ I Robert T. Rogers, a white man,i could- maka effective resistance. .1 Len LLe
Nashville* ,. May* .29., :The. a.tate 4 fifteen years or, more with the I der to complete a quorum, came up today {
Democratic Convention which met PRESIDENT BOUND PRIZE FIGHTERS' Western Union Telegraph Company, I on approval of the journal.IA. ;

here to-day to nominate\ candidate: in this city,.has resigned as manage. \ number of the members arrested ::

for Governor and! Railroad Commis REPORTED IT T THIBETTwentySecond T PORTSMOUTHBy r of the local office. by the sergeantt-arms last night, '.
stoners;! adjourned at 6:10 this evening ., D. F. Cason of the Dofhan, Ala.,.' were reasons still in to a savage assign and why had they personai were* :

office has been named as the successor ,.
until ten .o'clock to-morrov I absent. The speaker terminated the

morning without i having effected even of Mr. LeBaron. An auditor ofI argument by asserting: "The gentlemen '
a temporary organization. r FAVORABLY PRACTICE Associated Press. Associated! ,Press. I the company is checking up the I, had been legally arrested. :
Washington, May 29.-The United New York May 29.-Terry McGov- I
It was decidedly the most turbulent records of the office, in order to turn
Britt with sixteen
with President James
States cruiser Mayflower ern and SENATE PASSED THE ;:-:. "
body of the kind that ever assem Roosevelt, Mrs Roosevelt and| others, arrested !last night after the affairs over to Mr. Cason, June 1. on' POSTOFF1CE BILL .i i ,1
blear: in Tennessee. Pandemonium two children and' Miss Carew Mrs.) fight, were in police court today charged which date the resignation of Mr. Le- 0

and free fights ruled and. ft was with Makes' ;Roosevelt's sister, on board, left the;; with violating the law regulating baron becomes effective. Washington, May 29.The senate !
the utmost difficulty that any record.i J Judiciary. Committee Recommends Company navy yard at 2:38 p. m. for Portsmouth -'' prize fighting. At request of counsel The retiring manager has been today passed the postofftce appropriation '
of the},proceedings: was made. Adjournnfffli Va., where the president wiii! the cases were adjourned until Thurs- connected with the office so many: bill The entire day was devoted
: t; ,was reached after an ui-,|t; to the House that Labor a Wonderful Record at Fort deliver a memorial day address to day. ., years, ana'' his presence in the office: ,to its consideration including the .
derstandlng between the leader ot morrow.GOVERNMEN't'WILl. became so familiar with Pensacola j question of a fast mall train to the i
'the opposing .factions that the tare,i Measure Be Passed Barr ncas. I patrons of the company that it will i south second class matter, admissionof : :
gubernatorial candidates, Governor I' '. "j .' PRIZE FIGHT be hard to realize that the veteran I publications of charitable and educational "
John I Cox. M. R. Paterson .. i The .
; ,Congressman I manager is no longer there. i institutions to the mails as ;
and Judge John B. Bond!, each, resignation! of Mr. LaBaron will undoubtedly and boxes used ; .
practice at Fort class matter
target second
labor The artillery
The members ofthe different : POSTPONED I III
"be named for representatives on" :a come a9 surprise to his 5: ;
committee to agree on a temporar; union organizationswere: in high 'Barrancas by the different companieswas IGNORE DEMANDSBy numerous friends and acquaintances I on rural delivery routes. "'

chairman. I glen last night:-'The-cause of Joy was highly satisfactory to a1 II thr.;::;aout the city. I "JIM CROW"" PROVISION / :
4 the from Washington, statin ,
The' battle over contested delegatons"occupied news who witnessed the work., It In correction with his duties as
the entire time of the ,that 'the eig'b-hour bilj had been re General By Associated Press. i manager of the ]local office of the I WORRIES REPUBLICANS .

convention for more than six hoar ported favorable .to; the' house-bf representatives was especially pleasing to Associated. .. Press. Philadelphia, May 2ft. -The twenty -;Western Union Mr. LeBaron also; held of 'J
:and the service of police: were net: by .the:,judiciary!_, commit Duyall,..commander of the.department St. Petersburg- May JJ9.The'"! govt. round fight:) between Kitzssmmons_ the position of city electrician. What Washington, :Hay 29/ essary to prevent serious fighting and tee. ,: of the Gulf.,and Major E. 'M., Weaver, ernment hasdecided fc> Ignore the and. Burns scheduled for to-night at,I business he wW foiiow is not known 'I undisputable amendments to the the- .... l;
quiet those already. engaged in.alter: .,following! : are "messages'' from artillery inspector of the department demands of the lower house and the E'sington has been postponed' until 'rate' bill were agreed by -
calicns."Wb I i Washington, D. C., by Chairman Jas;i of the Atlantic with headquarters, Governor's ministry will not resign, neither will Wednesday, the result of an order of' 'I conferees All disputed points were
?n Chairman .i .bernafty, the Johnscn:: of the' labor, committee: Island, N., y:., who witnessed j parliament be dissolved. The ministry -' the governor to the constabulary to. THE TALLAHASSEE passed over and considerable time devoted ; 1
presiding officer. la'd down his gav James Johnson and,,others, 'labor organization the practice. The 22nd Company will continue a conciliatory attitude -: prevent the bout. to discussion of the "Jim crow"car
and advanced to the front of the peal Pensacola, Fli.'Eight I Coast Artillery, made a perfect score,I, in the hope that the storm will: provision, which gives the Republicans
form to make himself better heard. Hour bill. bas jest been 'reported securing a percentage of 103, making subside. No amnesty will be grantedbut THE GULF STATES CAPITAL SOLD concern because of opposition ..
returning he found the gavel take: favorably to the, house 'by one four hits In four shots. 9th company', political! prisoners will be released TENNIS TOI/RNAMENT' made toy northern negroes. Senator \
by a Patterson sunporter who refused majority.. secured a percentage of 75, while the as rapidly as possible. __o._ I tillman will not consent to any changein

to surrender it. From then or' S. M SPARKMAN. 7th company was next with 50. Tae I By Associated Press I CONTROLLING INTEREST IN CAP- the senate provision. ,
there were two presiding officers and James Johnson, chairman labor. or t'me'! was fat, and it appears to be the NEW Orleans, May 29.-The Gulf '
pandemonium reigned. ganizaUon, Pensacola! Fla. opinion that the record of toe 22nd Postmaster Confirmed. States tennis tournament singles today ITAL PUBLISHING CO. PURCHASED SUNDRY BILL LARGE CARRIES APPROPRIATIONWashington

Eight 'bilj--favorably reportedby i company will not be equalled in the Washington, May 29.The: senate : resulted: Roehl defeated, Hen
party vote, four democrats tc service the present in executive session confirmedthe *deflated Roehl i BY CLAUDE I
during year. today derson; Lyon ; Post
,three republicans.- Congratulate. you The practice was delayed to a certain appointment of B. Vaughn, as post- defeated Levrich. 3 A'l player were
L'ENGLE. appropriation bill was completed by
Inform Journal. I extent by the foggy weather master at Augusta, Ga. 'from NEW .Orleans.. i
TOLD J. ED.. O'BRIEN. ;. : the house committee and reported to
''Mr. Sparkman Is" the congressman the house this afternoon. It carries

from the second Florida:district MrOBrlen .i e The following notice, which is self the largest appropriation of any similar !-

: is known to nearly. everyman ; a.. yf explanatory, appeared in yesterday'sissue appropriation bill, with a total of :
CHARGED in Pensacola. : Tallahassee Capital: J94.34C573.
Local Men Worked. Tallahassee, Fla., May 28, 1906. I Among the items are $80,000 for continuing '
PENSION SENTENCE MADE I The members -of' the Pensacola The' Sun Company of Jacksonville the construction of the federal
the penitentiary in, 'Atlanta for publlo '
unions labored hard to have! the stock con ;
has day
'NEARLY' TWO YEARS eigh-'bou{ bill favorably reported trolled by Mr. I. B. Hil>Dn in the Capital buildings at Laredo, Texas J507.000:
and sta Macon, Ga., $100,000 river and har'i
AGO. Resolutions were passed I Publishing Company, and hereafter ;
tistical information was secured and II the business: will be directed bor improvements; Savannah, Ga., t ;,,:,l
sent to the two Florida senators at I, bYI. J150.000; St. Johns river, Florida, ., '
the new management. 1
the three members, ofscongress and A meeting of the gtockholders of the $309,750. .J
Judge Beggs o'f the criminal coin each member of |he hoflEfc,:aad sen will be
Testerday issued an order, requiring ate judiciary committee.-,: : Capital Publishing Company officers
new'dlrectors and
the presence in court of Marie Beck J. Ed. O'Brienassisted --the- unioi held today. and JAMESTOWN 1P
ham. It 'appears from the recoro3 oi'.' men all in his power in the. matter.THOMPSON will be elected. .
the Capital
With this issue
the crimaal tribunal, that in Novem r I
ber and will cease publication.rrbe* WeeklyCapital ) EXPOSITION
1904 that Marie was fined $10 DIED e
continued and impro-
will be "
fasts for assault, with a suspensioi -' i
sentence, pending good behavior ed in every manner possible. .
Since that 4ate it is alleged that the INJURIESOscar THE SUN COMPANY, By Associated. Press ,
Beckham woman has gotten Into. A. K. Taylor, Sec. Washington, fay 29.-TThe president ; -;
trouble again, which explains the order -I, '(h cylQilti Claude L'Engle, Pres. today issued a proclamation to governors '.

for her appearance She will be of states and territories asking : ahem

required ftp. show cause why the sen Thompson, the structural ironworker START RACE to participate at their own expense
tense asee'&sd in 1904 should not b/< who was injured vat the! naVy i 8111 CD p, in the Jamestown celebration of

catedouL- ,> I yard Monday by falling',fifty-two fee t I .6.6U the first; permanent settlement of English "
D Municipal Court. and landing on his head; died last, TO BERMUDABy speaking people on the western

!Judge laney had a total of elgh.,, night at 6:15',o'clockat. the; .NaVaHospital. hemisphere by sending such militiaas
ten' -unfortunates' before him yesterday .. ", .\ will afford proper military repre
Tiwelv3 were adjudged guilty,, Deceased was-unmarried and leave;; sentation.
teree cas.es\continued. and one ols' only one relative, {hat is' known, a Associated Press.
charged, 'while the two others wen i brother who>was last.heard of In Phil t7 lp New York, :May 22.-Th two racing CONVENT COMMENCEMENTEXERCISES :
lent:to the .county jail., Seventy-fou adelphia. IL 1 / yawls! L'la and Tamerlane, which AT OPERA HOUSE

dollars! and rests,were asse-sed. I 'In:.going' th" Qugh.the'effe: ts' of.th+ CO lj O s withdrew from the race to Bermudafor -
Will Be Judge Sullivan. s P / the Lipton cup after the accidents,
deceased last nlgbA some of his friend;;! The closing exercises of the Convent -
Judge Laney was caned out of thcity found' a Knights of thlas..: card i 6 p t o School will take plac to-night "
yesterday to. defend an allege l which leads them to believe thai ? J 0.0 ..ttr the third 'boat in the race, continued at the Pensacola Opera House.! The -
ttprder, case'ln another part of the t the race on Saturday and should now .
Thompson was a member ot. tha i&ors of the theatre will open at 7:30
tate. During 'his absence Jerry J,order. Deceased was highly though be half way to Bermuda. o'clock. The exercises promise to be '

Sullivjn, Jr.. a prominent )'oung1tIember !: of by? his associates, who-_are deeplj 1P piy exceUent in every rest, a& the i .,
of the' local bar will presid;.I grieved over his untimely and tragi< x 1 MRS. JOHN BEARD DIED pupils have labored hard for the purpose :
over .the deliberations of the munifipai AT FERNANDINA YESTERDAY: of making the annual commencement <

court 'I end.No arrangements have as yet bees J /ItfvJ r of the popular institution

Plea Day. made for the funeral. Hon. John. :S. Beard democratic'a greater success than ever. They
This js- plea day in the crimina!I t. nominee for state senator from this;.have been assisted in their undertakings
court,and those prisoners in, jail wh<. .. district yesterday received the sad by th sisters.

desire to enter, pleas of guilty to. th<;'C"AIRMAN'StlONrS j intelligence of the death of his grandmother I Bishop Allen of Mobile, is expected
offenses charged! against them are al Mrs. John Beard who died: to be preeent at the exercises and .

liberty to so.The,. .. DENIES REPORT I ./:. / ., ..\ .- If. 'I} at Fernandina. When the final summons .; will undoubtedly d'stribute the diplo .,'
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Cuthrlell Trial. \ j was issues and Mrs. Beard iras to the five young lady graduates. -" f
The preliminary trial of FraniCuthriell ) ,
II .I went to join her Maker she had j
charged with murder f ii ."''wI -" ,wtu < > ,- ; of I ,
93.5ears. 1
reached the age
scheduled to'take before County ; .... : .... HORSE IS IMBEDDED 'I
place known lovable :
Associated : \\ Deceased was as a :
Press ".
By !N CITY MUD-HOLE \ \j :1I i
Judge Bellinger alter' !
Thursday ii
; te '.r .se- r Christian character and in her declining ,
: -
: (Panama, May. 29.J ._ .rumorei : I ( I II
I is de f. I
pron. J. R.
Judge Landrum
the capital ODe that\ Chair :: : : years always with kindness J
fnding the accused, while Prosecut throughout I; The spectacle of a horse becoming : ,I Ii
in to make
and a willing trying .
I kg Attorney Loftin will look afte: man Shonts has-resigned; from fte canal : -' : ,.. the world one of pleasure and joy foi i imbedded and helpless in a mud-hole J: f
the state's .1 interests. commission II : at the corner of CevaUos and Romana I
hand tried to make
I ;1 and a willing '
caused crowd to I
streets yesterday a
I No-TruU"'n'lt. : iL the; world one of pleasure and joy for .
CHARGED. WITH. KILLING i pleasures of self, won for her that.! gather there. The animal was finally t *
Chairman Shonti I
Atlanta, May..n. of the it required -|
MAN IN AL'ABAM/' \ lJ l t everlasting debt of gratitude, which -!is lifted out hole though '
denies the report from Panama statIng ,?;
ltJIJ the strength of several negroes
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the world to
due from a good, pure ( '
John, Keith -a young man wel I that he bad resigned form thi .. and true Christian and charitable. j to do the work. The street superintendent
commission. There.. is :'not a word o: I -I-II :
known in Pensacola is in jail in Genera character. and his force have an oppor-
Ala."charged with murder. truth ,in. the report_ ,. I. I The remains of Mrs. Bar*} will be unity to do work at the corner men- --S-' f'f'.t1oned.
Judge of the Pensacola I A vehicle might be lost, ''f I
LaneyY. OF CIVILIZATION laid to rest In Tallahassee to-day -. .''
>micipai court Jeft for Alabama yes.t@rday Town Destroyed.vby PicaFort ; fROGRESS ., }lr.-- Beard left for Tallahassee at 5 something; is not done to relieve the : ,',
Worth}-Texas,. May: ?9.rThi<) COMING'YOU'D BETTER "c ndition of the street lain ,,'
'defend Kleth in response fc 'THE AMERICAN! INDIAN TO THE. FJLIIN9-W} YOU SEE THAT FELLOW clock yesterday afternoon to be present' '
e town of Stanford, Texas,,,:is ,repartee : :: =
telegram. Kleth is charged witt -. ;.- present at the funeral action i .
a' white, to have been destroyea'b1'firm- SIDESTEP. UGH! HAP WORSE 'THLAN SOUDIER.; I. .

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BIll Hood's Sarsaparilla ,. :; and causes biliousness, counteracting all the beneficial effects .,
to; ridon of it radically and permanently. : .. ,this excellenttonicShould,i have. Your safety Res adhering

Accept no substitute but insist on havingHood's. know to be reliable and we invite to
Liquid or tablets 100 Doses $L to a brand,which you you

Replies to Communication Before Decides to Adopt Changss' i ini8 l Service ,RecentlyOnferetfDy.lhe'Departnient .!'-a'; 'inspect and substantiate our 'claims in regard
:: House Committee on Merchant the System-Midshipmen's : vafWashington

Marine and Fisheries. BAY EXCURSION ::: Summer Cruise. "; ., .: AMERLicANU'PW"

Journal. TheJournal. torThe Journal : We the demand:and never sell' beer Throughout
Special to The Soectal to Special anticipate any/ green :

Washington, May 29.-HCapt. J. El; FRIDAY, JUNE I. \ Washington, May 29. The navy department Washington, D..C., ;May 9T year we crry the followiffg year's supply; aging it for months in advance,

O'Brien of the American Pilots Association has decided the finger-print following orders have been issued to mellow and healthful at the time of
that it is sale
always ripe
so thorollghly
of Pensacola, in reply to a re- sytem of Indsntification: which has officers of the IJn.tttl States navy; ,
ceftt commun'catlon of F. S. Pendleton Benefit Athletic Association been' dcpted by the war department Rear Admirals T. Perry placed on As another I safeguard V*.against-biliousness, the water used is from our own
bill now naval service, and! retired .list" C. detachedduty !I
in regard to the pilotage be appied: to the H. 'Stockton .
before the house committee on Merchant ...of the-, believes that the method will greatly, a3 president the })Jar of. In- artesian wells and is-strongly impregnated with chloride-fsodium. This
Marine and Fisheries said: assist ra identifications!: The servic;1 epectkm and Survey,' Washington; D. makes the.addition of salt unnecessary in AMERICAN QUEEN BEER.

In'the first place, if the sailing vessels has had practically no method x>f Idenjtiflcation C. and 'ordered to duty as presidentof You can safely keep this brand in your home, and should call for it wherever you drink.Acme .
are discriminated agalnst.: by ,a Petisacola School.. heretofore and thinks the the naval examing and retired .
rider which passed in 1871, why not : High fingerprint'system will be of much board, Washington O.Captains ... : Co.
Macon Ga.
repeal the law, which would equalize .1 service. In the !finger-print system -S. M. Ackley detached Brewing, ,
the pilotage and protect lives and Pal- the elemnts of economy simplicity and duty in Bureau of Navigation and ordered \% "
Steamer-MONARCH will leave
Watfh 1 it all
property,. as well as the entrances, to LifeSaving accuracy are .coajlbined. This' sjstem, to duty in'attendance at. the for our next ad, "Summing up. .
afox wharf at 6 p. m./ Ot
harbors; and not destroy the present however, will require two expert As: conference.of officers at Naval. War .
efficient pilotage systems in many of Station. the navy" department does not believe; College; A. <3. Berry Detached worksof .I
tire south Atlantic and Gulf states, it will be necessary to keep a photographic the Bethlehem ,Steel Company and .
."All the states north of Cape Henry Fare 35 cents record it will not be so elaborate t' ordered to Cramps sh.p: yard in connection I ,

and on the Pacific were permitted to as that of the war department, with the Tennessee; G. P. .' i) -
retain this pilotage until their foreign Refreshments Served on Board. but will -be along the same lines. Colvocoresses detached: Naval Acade i .., T' v
pilotage was sufficient to sustain their The initinerary of the midshipmen's my and ordered ,to- command the } 1 t.W'.t. '
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announced, .
respective pilot systems. Why wipe .01. summer cruise has been Newark. .
the pilotage out in one blow, south of this nation have protested againstthe and will begn: June 16 from Annapolis Commander:. -E. R Wualtrough ordered .
Cape Henry? Why not let them act till The marine hospital service; Md. The midshipmen will embark ; to duty in attendance at con- Iq jJ.\ .
'When the time is ripe to do so? The) quarantine boards at nearly all ports on the Arkansas. Nevada, Florida lerenc.3 of officers"at' Naval War College '

will act when conditions justify acting which' the bill effects; nearly all the Severn, Newark, Cleveland andthe, } ; W.. Jlcl,ea detached.Bureau. of ..
for the business men of all ports chambers of commerce in seaports De3 Moines. The cruise ,will extend Ordnance antf, to' continue other duties I .
,BOO that the port charges are as small, south of, Cape Henry, underwriters,I until August 31. During the cruise ; also given-additional duty in at 1--: -- ---:- --- >, ... .. .... ,. -
as Is consi tant' with the welfare of i wardens and*boards of trade,andover Newport News,. Old Pont: Va., 'New tendanceat the conference of officers, : .' CLaC: >oie

the. commerce of the ports. i port sixty masters of these sailing London. Conn., and the mouth of the at Naval War College; J. H. Ball de icD4I.' :' ; .& good-*_ day Parlor Clock. .?oq..,.... .. .. ..... .. ... '.. .....$5.00
It would be as correct to compare vessels who are men that know the Potomac river will be visited and then tached Norfolk yard'and ordered to.I:J : Th[: 4kd8-dat.rIoFC1eck'" ,. with,.alarm ;* ?' ..,.... 5300
an ox team with a railroad as a sail danger of this kind, of leg'slation all the midshipmen will return to their duty in attendance 'at'.the conference 8: ayisston. :ClockM2.75 ;to'v .t... .f,.. .t.K, ti4'" h." .,-. .:;... .. ,.$::1.00
ing vessel with steamer.. The steamer :write letters of protest."It studies at"the ,naval. academy While of officers at Naval War Collie; W, :, Repairing. at; reisoaable: prlc s. "" r .' -

runs regularly'to and from ports I: Is this bill will endow i at New London the middles will make Winater'ordere'd to duty in attendanceat I 4 J. F. DAVIS. JEWELER, at Coe'a Book Store
whlle the sailing vessel is a tramp and supposed a trip to Newport R. I. and visit the! conference. of officers at Naval War ,I i -
I schooner owner with a knowledge: .. JourniLMcflavld
to The _
has no regular schedule yet steamers lof every 'naval torpedo station and during the College; H. 0. Dunn 'detached' 'recruiting Special, I A
often take pilots, notably the Clyde r every bar and harbor in the United last week ,of the cruise they will inspect -: station, Baltimore, Maryland, rfay 2D.:) -Miss Mamie Bag-! :
line at Jacksonville. Fla.'The [ States and a knowledge also I the naval proving grounds at and ordered to command the Dixie. gett, of Pensacola, visited home folks ; PENSACOLA'ELECTRIC COMPANY
of the currents at the entrance >
license feature which is now .I peculiarities i Indian Head. Mid., and the navy yard I Leutenant Commanders-R. P. Lopez -. here Saturday and Sunday.Mr. .
and In the different portr.while ,
U used as a club against the.pilots) was I of. : at Washington, D. C. 'Cap G. P.I I detached' the Preble' and ordered I Earnest Williams, of Houston. ,
bar to
brought about by the shippers and : apprentfceshlp'ranging a pilot is compelled from serve four ,Colvocoresses will be commandant of to command the Perry; W. J. Terhune i Mi?'S., is visiting relatives here.Mrs. : -' Phone 570.
vessel owners, and accepted,reluctantly \ an ; the midshipmen.and will command. the detached the Arkansas and ordered: W. B. Gannon and li.ttle'daugh-
'by,the pl1ots. ,because the whole 1o:ten :years to perfect' himself for one ,; Newark. to the Maine; J. B. "Patton detached: ters, Essie! Mae. and Dorris.. left Sunday Estimates 'cheerfully furnished on all classes of electrical
pilotage on coastwise vessels, addedto port and,harbor.- i the Florida, ordered home and placed' for 'White Sulphur Springs, where:
work. We all kinds of electrical
-' the foreign pilotage wag too'much, 'While the United States local In- i SAILINGLIST OF THE on waiting order; E. L., Beach detached they will probably spend the summer. handle supplies.
end above what was required to maintain spectors are 'generally very capable GULF TRANSIT COMPANY. the Nevada ordered home and !Mr. T. J. Cushion. of Afcmore' wasa
a :first class pilot service and; giv men in::their present duti s, the examinations -I placed on waiting orders; H. .G. Gates very pleasant caller here Sunday: 205 'SOUTH BAYLEN. STREET,
"provided-for in house bill No. detached Naval Academy and ordered -: ..
a 'step to reduce expenses on the i Following Is the sailing list of steam. evening. Pensacola, Florida.
coastwise sailing vessels. Still 'they : a,28.1.'are .merely perfunctory, and t ers from Pensacola consigned to the to the Nevada; B. F. Hutchinson Fishing} seems to be the order of ths .
are not satisfied, and I quote that distinguished -. would not apply at all to the duties Gulf Transit Company detached the Franklin and orderedto day here now. ', -LMrs. .
statesman and friend to required of a bay pilot If this bill t !For Liverpool-Ida. in port; E...''0. the St. Lous{".Li. C. Bertoleite'and ( B..L. Pringe.e.of .Pollard,' was "

shipping, Senator Galllnger, when he becomes a..lawthere.wiU'be, no pilots I>Saltmarsh, June 20; Vivina, July 1. W. V. Pratt-detached. Naval.Academy here JasLweek' the est of her daughter ,"Ar&UAL'DIVIDENDS
made,his speech on the subsidy bill at some of'thEf bars, and tile service I For Flume--Federica, Hay 30. and ordered to ithe Newark H. J;: Mrs..'0. It. Bowman. .' '
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in the beginning of the. present session will be crippled others, so. how willa For arseiI1es-Teresa. middle of Ziegemeier detached Naval Academyand Mr. B-.J Jernigan, of PoIacL} J\'a=$.
of congress. He said vessel get a' pilot when she needs I i July. : ordered to -the Arkansas; J. ,H. here on'iusiuess" .iasw' ek';;; cannot. be lost and they maybe 'used tcreducethe
Naval ,Academy' and
Today alone of all the nations ambitious him? For Messino iDora Baltea, early Reid detache4 !Mr.. L.C Brewion maije f atyiffgjrtpto
for 'mercantile expansion, the The .American: Riots' Associationwill 'I June. '*]nF'ES; :' $ ordered ordered to ths: ? Florida-duty; Wv. D.attend Mac- McKlnnon' Friday .*- :; _,; -, premiumsjeach year if the insured
United States neglects its ocean ship- not stand'foV anything.'in, the pi For yenice-Dora Baltea. early Dougall tfin Mr. O. K. Bowman dnad alitisineastr1l f.

ping. Our by the coast federal and statutes lake fleets*are protected tie' lo business age ,business\principles.!that's. If( there apt ",.based are'ports' ,on. :Juae dle July solaria;! Hermine, ,end ,June July.; "'Jer.-30 s.L.yJIl-ld-,.!. ance Naval at.War conference Collage' Itentucky; C.of 'and F.officers Prestondetached'the ordered at .day.p to' Mobile'Snaaay.. r -."" ."A f..f, tetUrnlhg.>:*\*-' ". ..Mon':...*' ,:so chooses. AJife! or Enjdowment ,Policy jvith

most prosperous: and, the greatest in where the' 'foreign pilotage"" can"e Archery f;: tmqt6i8 I' :
Mastery ;
For. Spezzia-A steamer,, June. dividends in the Union1 Central Life
: to the Missouri; U.. T. ,Holmes detached -
the world. ;Taking the coast, lake and proven to be sufficient/ maintain"first 'a For Genoa Monviso, Jun:7. the guest'of-his tousin,jlittle' Johnnie i i' nnuak : .
river ships together, ,have the Brooklyn) and to the Dixie; '. I : i
we a merchant class pilotage service, 'the American For Barcelona Maria, end June. detached the Missouri and Brewtou. '. + ,> * .the
C. is
navy of 5.500,000 tons or six Pilots' Association would'not'up For Havre-Huttonwood* about June ordered pavls home.Lleutenants4F.. Misses Annie, and..Mars Ha/risoji{ en; :mosfsat,1Sfact.ory. V,.' : .
times the size of the poor, shrunken bold the continuance of compulsory 15. tertained.oni9 ofthIr.yQung4ie.n43: ". : '
N. Freeman detached -
fleet of 888,000 tons' registered' for pilotage on ,coastwise saillng'vessels. For Dunkirk Muttonwood. about the Perry and ordered to the Wednesday evening'from'7:3p' {ill' 10. ; ., ILS.: \Vt LIAMS General Agent.
foreign commerce. "Jtecently.charges were made that June 15. t- Preble W. H. Reynolds detached the Those present. were. : _:Misses.'iola :
"All the organized wage earners of discriminating rates ; ,. and rr1'Th'eon''Nlamie : Thies Building'1 '. 'f Phone 608.
: were charged at For Kobe-HefioPo, early July,_, 'Florida, ordered home and placed on Williams Maggie : ;
Gulfport, Miss. The legislature of McT>avid; Polly Br 1vn. "Leila ,( ,
''For Trieste-iMarla, end, July; Teresa waiting orders; F. L. Sawyer detached
that state was in session sent a special I'! middle July; Hermine, July 25- the Nevada. ordered home and Baggett and Aggie Brewtou;; Mr. an'dMrs. :
How to Fool a Lazy Liver committeeto investigate, and upon 30. placed on waiting orders; A. M. Cook Walter D.- McDavid; 'Messrs. J. .. .. ,..I 1

with Artificial Exercise the report of that committee. amendments detached Naval1 Academy and ordered E. Williams, Martin Durant A. L. HOTELS. AND. SUMMER RESORTS.. ., -" I
.were enacted to the Sharit, Frank GJInter, M. E. Baggett -
: pilotage The Life Insurance to the Nevada; W. N. Jeffers, G. S. I
laws of. that state which brought abouta muddle has startea tne public to Lincoln D. W. Todd W. K. Riddle B. F. Jernigan, W. E. Tompkias' -
condition satisfactory to all concerned thinking. The wonderful success that detached Naval !Academy ,and ordei George Harrison. .JIA LAND ,OF DELIGHT.: !
: serious Sickness has a small and the same will be done in all has met Ballard's Horehound Syrupin ed to the Newark; C. M,. Tozer, H. Ellis .)1r. J. E. Bowman spent Sunday in .. ,
I8VERY[ the states when the considerations its crusade on Coughs, Influenza, and S. Gannon ctetached! Naval Atmore, Ala.' [
In nine cases out ef ten, justify it, whether the local pilots approve Bronchitis and all Pulmonary troubleshas Academy and ordered to the Nevada; Messrs. Russian and Rice, from At THE BEAUTIFUL SAPPHIRE COUNTRY
beginning is made in the of it or not" started the public- to thinkingof T. D. Barker detached the Arkansas more, were, down fishing last week. ,

Bowels, this wonderful preparation. They find! ordered to the Stuart; T. T. We are pained to,note that .Pringle, I
Willing to Oblige. are all using it. Join the processionand I Craven F. J. Horne and R. Morris the little son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. K. I
Constipation is the beginning of most dis- :'A farmer in the neighborhood of down with sickness. Price 25c detached the Naval Academy and Bowman' ',Is on the sick list. ELEVATION FROM 2,250 TO 5,000 FEET.

eases. It paves the way for all others. Lanark lately took unto himself as 50c and 100. Sold1 by all druggists. ordered to the Florida, E. C. Kalfus We are glad to see Mr. A. C. Brew- Goregous Mountain Scenery,.three magnificent lakes, countless
Lack of exercise hasty eating improper his better half attached Naval Academy and ordered ton"Sr. able to be out among his beautiful waterfalls, pure and bracing air; trout fishing: : in streams
food are its first causes. 'a young damsel who I't othe Newark; R. I. Cnrtin and E. P. friends. and lakes,. boating, bathing, horse back riding, driving. mountain
officiated hia kitchen maid. The Svarz detached Naval Academy and climbing and all.indoor amusements.
Laziness, and postponement, permit it i
newly mad mistress ordered to the Arkansas, H. B. '
was no sooner FIVE CHARMING
to'grow into Chronic Discomfort.It Constipation. which installed her new position than i Price detached the Iowa and orderedto AND $4.00.WALKrOVER. SHOES: $3.50 FOR! rATOXAJVAY INN.. ,": Lake Tox WaY, FAIRFIELD: INN, Lake Fairfield ,;!
T Pettengill
means life-long Denver G. -
isn't to be she began to give herself the airs ofa tached the the Denver; and ordered to, the $2.89. WM.. JOHNSON &[ SON 2t now5 open I H. AIKEN Man opens July 1. W. H. & C. i
necessary sjck-a-bed youknow duchess; and naturally the other Io'Wa R. O. Bulraer detached the 'ag'erV' Special rates'during June. A. MARTIN, Managers.
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in order to be mightyjuncomfortable.Even servants about the farm resented Denver ana! oraered'? to the Sylph\ ; p. GENUINE MP'ORTED PANAMA SAPPHIRE INN, Lake Sapphire.

a slight indigestion affects the this and sometimes treated her with i V'I T Evans detached the Sylph and ordered HATS' AT THE M. & 0.CLOTHING THE FRANKLIN,> Beevard, opens ,w'opena MRS P. CRISP, Man
nerves, dulls the mind and obscures the scant courtesy.. '" to the Loulsi na.' W. B. Tardy STORE $3.50, WORTH $:iOO.: I July 1. A. '-AMBORN'Manager.., ager.

merry sunshine of Life. A week or. :.two after the marriage. duty detached in connection the Maine and with ordered the Vermont to- ?ctHc LODG ,- ummit of ,Mt Toxaway, now open. MRS. A. BUR. I f

<* the farmer'eiook himself, to aneighboring i DICK, Manager. \
:The hotels' are modern, and l.are noted'for perfect service.. .Address !
the .
fair for the of. ; Ensigns W. Bertholf detached
:'The time to adjust the Bowels is the veryalnute purpose. COFFEE either hotel for rates. :
I and ordered to the Preble; W.
you suspect they need adjustment hiring another, kitchen ,maid; his Perry J. Moses detached the Florida and For. des"criptl and general' Information address 1

'-If your tongue is slightly coatedIf wife strictly enjoining him to get a I ordered to the New Jersey; B. C. Lake Toxaway, N. C. !

.- your breath is under suspicion "ceevil spoken hizzie." On-meeting,'. Dent, retired detached Linsly Institute JOHN C. BURROWES, Pres., !
\ with whom he would and ordered We are the Pionee Special rates at Toxaway Inn during June. The Hotel Co.
:: .-Jf your head feels a trifle heavy or dull : one thought Wheeling! Wet Va., Toxaway :
i-If digestion seems even a little slow : be suitable for the post he engaged home;' J. J. Hanigan ordered, to Army: Coffee Roasters of The take'region of the South. :
her after and Navy Hospital, Hot Springs, A.r. 0 > i
expressly that
: -If Heartburn Belching. Colic or Restlessness stipulating West
: she was to be: "rale ceevil to 'the I kansas for -.- -
begin to show themselves. .:Midshipmen: E. ingersoll detached "C.-
-That's the time to eat a Cascaret. guid wife.'.' Bottling-Up the 'Marietta and ordered tc :

:' Don't imagine the Cascaret is ineffective ''"An> tnind'ye.he continued, "if ,; the Connecticut; J. C. 'Sumpter ant' aBLENDsj W.A'S" H 0 Av need have no terrors for you ,
J. J. McCracken detached the Newark MCHUGH'S if send to
because it is pleasant to eat as Candy. ye an her 'can 'draw' thegitherthere'll The Wint r'sJ.'J and ordered to the Dixie; L..N., Mc: you your !

:;; 11 acts as pleasantly as it tastes. It is as maybe be a bit 10 shillings: Nair detached the Indiana and'9rdr.- ... The New Method. Laundry, !
:" coftgeniaTto your Boweb-as it is to your or- sae'mair at-the term end for ye.'I'laith ." Sweets ed to the Martta.urgeonsJ. 1 PHONE I86 & W. LAWRENCE, Prop. No.8 WEST R01t1A'AST !
t have nd A trial J
"' equal. -
.:, Palate. maister, .exclaimed'the M. Edgar, detachethe 4, :-: i i.i

: ,It stimulates: the muscular lining 'of the girl, "Tse 'dae her, biddin'\ an' I'JI chances Nash Monadnock detached and the ordered Rainbow home;and F. will convince the con "" .. "" .""9.... ....."......."; I
Don't S.
Bowels and Intestines so that they mechani- tell ye what, she added, with a Q long on your noisseur that I
: MonadnockAssistant
we ,
ordered to the
tally extract nourishment from the food and ouick perception .:jot, the situation, fruit spoiling by using old jars 'withr Surgeon-Au H. Allen ordered .i .

r.. drive- out the waste: t ''gin yp mar it a poun mair :111 say, r faulty caps and worthless rubber to the Naval Hospital, PHiladelphia ,: ( make no extravagant. ., : ILat.: ': ; l..t i I
a f 'ma'am to her] -:-London:Tit-Bits. Penn. .: claims. ..
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rings. .
Pay Inspector F. T. Arms detached :

:rhe only way to have C scarets ready to.vse 'When Postage Wai.High.' Q New ones cost too little( nowadays Navy Pay Office Washington, i I II
C. and ordered home.Paymaster M'ttilg
precisely when you need them! is to- Letters were luxury beyond Hhe to run any risk.. D. Clerks-F. Hunt appointed .. Wholesale and Rttaill| I I i, &uyers I

carry them constantly in your pocketas'. reach'of many people in. the old and Ordered to the Celtic; J t .f
Fruit spices and heat cost
g J ;
,; IyohoaWatchoraLeadpendli.' ::1 days before the time of cheap post the labor sugar is KarJ (if, fascinating),money and it I i R.Navy Yates Pay anointed Washington and orderej1; D. C tc. : GROCERS: : -'. :>;' .'ilf'fla&'oferistodc or Mailings '''Sexceptionally 1i m J"-: .. I
The ten cent box of Cascarets is made Coleridge Office "' .
l' :I age. as a young poet was
i lakes time-so, why waste them? It is'muchr J. M. Holmes appointed and order : .. nowttany "preMypatterns light or 'dark as :' uif ':: : i ii
; thin, flat, round-edged, and small for _this:. roaming the lake district Hecame' old l t 'Feed aacr.. 'dictates.: There's both China and,Jap Mat anI.i imuch.
cheaper to consign' jars to to the Dixie; J. L. Carter appointee and,:all kinds of, ng
precise purpose. ;! to* village inn in time to.tee.the the'rubbish heap- Rubber rings be and ordered to the Tennessee. i 'w .-'toeUer than'you .e'vejvsav lor; that amount b'Kr- : j
T. ,Be very careful to get the genuine, made j post:messenger hand a letter over Gunner-'}). M. Carruthers orderec tStu.ffs'Pinto ...'., : ;.tat: : i ii'
used in safety but though the "' '
' only by the Sterling Remedy Company and ; the counter, to. the girl behind the oncer-even to works of E. W. Bliss Company! .t : -' -Laid'Free. I :
: jars and caps are perfect assistant to inspector of ordnance. 2O2530 and 3Sc a IV ; .
' never sold" id bulk. Every tablet stamped]i bar.' She gazed at it-earnestly, reluctantly be Warrant Machinists-G. Mellon, ordered -r-- ; ..;.a .;.. ., _- ,. ,. . .
Another thing buyingfirsts1
: "CCC. j I :handed it'back'and sighed IJ sure you are to continue treatment at. Naval ': Water ,- All YO\.haveto.tG Js to make the selection-we do ': :
sell 'seconds '
t : a a a deeply as she said'she was too poor -the factories to Hospital. N. Y.; C. A. Rowede .i' -2 .- -rest.: -! 1d for the kitchen. or..-diiUng..rooin: there's n J':1': 4

to? pay th.e ,necessary shilling. The some dealers. I tached Texas and ordered home; 'JL. '' ... ing .more' comfortable and easier to keep clean than K.T oi. :

FREETOOURREADENSIthu '' tenct?r.hearte4.poet,.in spite'of the CJ l But.not to US Baart ordered to the Texas; 'A. i. ; .' (':. -;' Jjnoteijov which, .we have at only 55 and 65 cents a !av 1, .
to' Franklin. Wholesale and RetaiL '. S andX* I1Jay.tt for j-att.without >:en
been imaged mail frees remonstrance Skinner ordered to the .; : : ; ; : extra cost. Vudor p< :
tetutifttl little freaea-dealgaed GOLD- girl's eager. paid the > :: ... if ': .':jshaiseep: hut thefun and.makes your.aallery cool; pup ,
PLATED e&bol1ard-e ameled in money.. _When, the :postman had -6 JUST RECEIVED 100 GENUINE. : '!or 1 .50 to 16.00 :

most pretty liberal: colors offer a handsome ever made.ornament and we, gone the'barmaid confessed that she IMPORTED PANAMA HATS AT THEM. ; New Orleans Grocery Co t a.. :

want every reader to bare one. Ten Had. 'arranged .a aystem. of .hieroglyphics .r7A. &. 0. CLOTHING STORE;, $,3.5( :
la la asked ., I.SM Ri'-TON i
cents atampa aa a measure '
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carets good with faith which aDd to Vila cover dainty coat at borisJoaded. Cms:. the with her brother she could-signs under-on S '..r..107-t.. OVTR. PALAFOJC ,STRETPNSACOI.A. ...-.. ,' $5.00. "' '" \ I

envelorwhich OUR STOCK OF $3.5!J Jas. McHugh
J' Send and today write, be sore address to mention plainly.this told her all ahe AND $4.00 WALK-OVE.R SHOESFOF: r .. _.. : 108liO:>,.FWpx St. Phone 148 Pensacola, Fla. : I
'M paper Address Sterling Remedy. Company. wanted toknow, ____ L $2.89. WM. JOHNSON & SON. .2 t Phone. 105. Proprietor: :..... ....)..f..............................H.....ft.
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I ri I I//i/h : H HATE.[ IN[ ,' Special to The Journal. I''

DeFuniak Springs May 29.-The .
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4 DABNEY't IwpcI Baptist revival which was to have ,u N
begun Sunday.May-20-was put. off for

.. ,:.F. RECEiVED[I [O Ola IS CENT.PW cturrr.sum fACH MASCOT; 2 lUTEi FOR23, CO sins CENTS'. I i one last the .week week:Methodist Hammett of'on school.Dr. account presiding:Episcopal.! of being elder church the of If[ J.f B A Story of our loss and Your Gain m

'.. ) I ..... SI CUI" $oAJcIs.NT'A I preached Sunday last'both morning I r

: Modified and The evening.Ladies Library Association f B A Great 'Sacrfice! Sale of High Class Skirts
'% e Been Somewhat lag ordered several books
nw many r m
.5 'Xth7"k( \ ',: being of the latest. Tomorrow.
:'; ;: S But are More"Acceptable Mrs. Richardson' and Miss :Mollie I !r u fli

.: 11; HATand Richardson: ,returned from' 'Freeport, (,u fU
Than Original Ones. Friday, where they have been visit- j
; & # 'A BABY -
f U m
.... ing relatives. 3
Hearth Splash Bathing Bid rcmr house of rats, Miss Mary White is' now at Dr.j j f
Our Chairman .L.* Hilton Green ,of the r. baby from harm.Steams' 1 McLeans having been in Freeport ;B A shipment of skirts just arrived that should 18 '

>ond i trustees i. has the revised plansOr Electric nearly a year.. J.
the. 1ty.hal1,, for >which bjds are :Mrs. Hope Cawthon and daughterand I t U have.oop.n'hete'a, month ago we wrote the firm in flj
low'being' asked, in.his office .and a RatandRoachPastelwili Mrs. Bowers Campbell and
Suits Are Making :somparlson of. these plans with those Quickly exterminate rats and I Daughter! are back from a month's r B New York we could not use them this late in the m

)irjginally! -submitted show that several mice. They eat die.it and'rush Quti visit to their sister Mrs. Dr. McSwain[ Jot '
ilterations hi -the.propOsed 'buildinglave 01 ei.loi,25ciotljul18i.J1.03Bold the boose;to! I Arcadia' i <<11 season. Today we received a telegram telling us r4'II

been made,, with the object, of Dr. and Mrs. Gillette who hare '
T T b9TB.or S.xpreulI&1doanoe1pSo&pr1ce. I
educing the cost of same. lionejUok pn- been In-New Orleans for some weeks,\!J I to sell the skirts and charge the loss of them so fU
See the Billionaire Club Suits...in j Our far blttalU. .
as con
:No material change. so ITEARIS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO. I returned home Sunday. t U N
this line skirts sale
: rentehce, space, 'or 'desirability is conserned CM.....111.,u.$.At SI Mr. Daivid Qu.inn, gunner on the we place on Thursday morn
Window has been made, but some 'oi i. submarine torpedo :boat Apache, has!II !3
he: useless ornamental. features. have j been spending the week in town |, at Half price-here is where one dollar does

een.eliminated and it Is expected making many friends with the boys I .ling .
work of other time.
that: ,the reduction In cost on account here by his genial manners. I two.at any m
If are-not a member of this Club we have **** *****.#
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you }f.these changes-.will :bring the;build :*#***# Capt W. W. Flournoy was called I 3 t N
the'se Ing .well within' the appropriation and 1 1the' to Marianna Monday ,on business. I
suits that will i suit just as well- :
> pretty ORGANS.
you .. saving wilj admit of many other : PIANOS AND I'If At a meeting of the West Florida' 3
OR EASY TERMS. Ask Yourself Can I Dare Refuse Such An
Fair Association date of
suits do the Billionaires. Incidental .lmprov m nts which were Tuesday, the
not originally contemplated.' .if AH Piano Work Guaranteed. >> the next fair was set for October 21

Bathing season 'is'now on, come get" your suit. ')"he'pr ent plans, in'the opinion of ... 12 CLUTTER EAST GOVERNMENT RUSHING,ST. 'i'I if to November 3. 3 Offering.
At "last II
nearly all wfeo1 have 1seen them, are. PHONE 476. 'I the meeting of the Town !!
7 really, more--sattstactory in every way .* Improvement Association, four more' I! I

PRICES $1 .OO .TO' $3.00... than-the original'ones.-.. # ******t *# ********* men ters.were The voted men In are as not assocftte allowed memj to j!ro $12 Mohair Striped and Phantom Check

Orders i is One 'of Our :$ Meeting! Notice. meetings.The vote or even attend anyot the U Skirts_______._____________________$6.00 :
Special Specialties.If ., .Staff" -members. Naomi Rebekah business league at the II!
[:);odg 1! are requested to attend degree
H4v1E1Special $7.50 Repillion and Auto Ck>th Skirts 3.75 '
practice! tonight 8 p. m. sharp. Full : ] meeting decided to 'begin at once on ro .
there is anythingthat-caift; : )be had in Petsacoia -, attendance desired. a har.ai' road to Freeport The three!I" j tsI

parks were also renamed. "Lee $7.00 Linnette Skirts__ -_________ 3.50
; Plateau," "Jackson Park" and "Lin" :
for. .
we can getit you. Terrorists Odessa. .. I

Odessa, May 29.-An.: agent of the coIn Frank Park.' Roulhae (colored) had his- !OJ $5.00 Auto Cloth Skirts____________ &50
5*) secret police''wa* shot 'de d on the to The,.Journal.Willview ,
here home and contents destroyed by fire' I Hiaesaasaaaaaa '
main street : to-day The assassin' -
J. T. Wind-
( 29.Mr.

cTAIIDARD( GJ public escaped; apprehension! There i .as.is"increasing, a result ivof 'Lam" "t returned tr<211n, Iay Ala.home. where Thursday fie last went from to last Wednesday. i,Kj Rl

the activity of,th .terrorists, the purpose -
: his daughter, Miss Helen, '

ThIESEfl UJLDMG to compel.of whose the: granting.campa'gn;. of Is amnesty.believed to'Mobile accompany Helen will on spend a visit a to few her weeks sister.in Miss Mobile I I CENTURY: :: i'i m SEE SHOW WINDOW I

before coming home. ._ .
GREAT NEUROPATHS.lofferlac ; .
Mrs. A. K. Cawthorn, daughter and
-", nurse, Mrs. Harrison, of Selma, Ala., Special 't Th; journal. I
of. Some' of the Captains of and Miss Rosa Belle Christian, of Mobile Century, May 29.-.A most refreshing :
.; the World. spent Thursday Millview ea :rain fell Saturday night. The weather -, :
.. S Of supreme. .capt liis' of 'the world route, to their summer home on Perdido is pleasanter and jeverything seems I 8. I:
SAFES SAFES SAFES!t SAFES 1 ceiving'itVairs, :"?i David .will .!Oli there are but,six or se.ven' and scarce' beach. Mr. Cawthorn expects- to to t have taken a new lease on life. I
.. him, 'ajf= soon ,as'.suitable: quarters one'among them eihibits genius In its join them next week.A Mr. George Taylor, of Muscogee, i
Buy Diebold Safes.Scarritt besecured.. at'Panama. wl healthiest colors. In.'ambush for'nearly much nee4ed rain fell Friday in who has been connected with the;I ,
ail l of them some" form of nerve disorder Millview and vicinity. Alger-Sullivan Lumber Company for! I
Moreno, Ag ntMatthews' Captj !: business ''
Thadl' Adams :
MissU'sip'pi eaaaaaaaaad
lurks. Grotesque'as the statement ''Mrs. Bigg and her son and daughter :some time leaves to-morrow for !
ag iof.' the- Mooltne/"Ga., Observer,' seems, epilepsy, manifest in spent Sunday with Mr.and Mrs. Lew- i where he has accepted a position.
the in
spent4 past two'day's ,
greater or In less degree, revolves upon is ,at Be lview. They' greatly enjoyedthe .
'guest his friend, J. H. Smith Mr. James Adams of Greenville
strawberrles"-and mulberries
Parlor nice
Shaving wick. Capt.Adams 'is greatly! their destinies. Charlemagne, the great holdsa !
pleased wth P nsaeola. and nowthai and :wIse captain of the Franks, who which are'plentiful there. Ala., came down Tuesday. He. I GRISTVIEW Do Yon Want The
Western ,
8 E fit Vtrnmint. he his': -sen. the Deep 'Wafer' stands for feudal '-clvlrteation, who Knowles* Hyer, of Pensacola, [[I I
ALL ,WHITE BARBERS.PfOMPT'ANO' Biggs went casting' in Bayou Moccasin -
he" and lands
City expects to'makV longer "snatched from darkness all the spent an afternoon here last week.
Wednesday evening. They were
frequent visits' here: be ," and who reared an em.pin of Peneacola,
Mr. M. H. Sullivan
I- .. out only an hour and caught six fine
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: ,.that no hand! but his was able': to fresh water trout and a big Jack fish. vice president of the Alger-Sullivan BEST
COTTRELL, Ask ypur grocer: for Blue Ribbon control. Is almost the sole exception. A party ot Millview folks spent Sun- Lumber Col:, spent one morning in
Lemon and Vaollla, the' Extracts of Special to The Jourl'\al.
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. Whit sayithebead roll?.. day and Monday the gulf and report our town last week.
: known purity.! :. at Crestview May 29. The rains of
is making quitean ,
: :Miss Bessie'
At thirty-two, Alexander the Great,
Pensacola Fa.| ,a fine time ,. her brother and the past week have made a considerable -
visit to
Intensive FirMI, who had reckoned himself a god, died Mr. and Mrsv McBuiqaey, and Mr. W. extended improvement in 'garden pros
during, or Just after, one of his frenetic K. Gill, of .Selma, Ala.," passed through sister in Pensacola.The will TackleTennis
School pects. Fishing
Hilda hot and Methodist Sunday
DIAMONDSSomething possessed & temper
'orgies. Caesar,, the foremost man Qf Millview Sunday from Perdido Beach. annual picnic, Satuntey, Elder Hammett of the ?I. E. church
Neat _nd NewInThem an aching tooth, 'and;when she had the anclent'worM, had( strange convul- Miss Myrtle, and Fannie Norman of have conducted services in the Methodist

W. A. Gahlonback, 218 .S. Pillfoi! SL endured the'pain .the-one as longs elqns in his later ;years, and it may be Pensacola, returned home saturdayl Jun.o Misses 2. McCaskin, from Nora, visited church for a few days during ths'

she cared, ehe ,to k'both to the thh the dagger, of 'Brutus saved him after a week's' visit wth: Mrs. J. M. their cousin, Mr. Neil McCaskill, past week. I Golf, Baseball and Athktio
nearest dentist "Ifcan't tell'until fr6m declining into'madness'. Marlbordugh Clim'se.There. Rev. Spivey is conducting a revival -
TURTON &, BELL. a few days ago. I Goods, the best Phonographs and records
hew weekassisted ,
is talk of mill Westville this
a being "at
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. I look ,at it," said.he, whether to i ,_, who: was married:to violent erected in the near future.,. Mr. and Mrs. Nichols will move to meeting by Rev. Woodruff of that i the best Dog Medicine, the best
i and whose died in > Pensacola about the first of
Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs. pull or ,to l ll.it. 'n woman, only son place. I Bicycles, the best Tires, the best
epileptic l i his last iMr. Wilhelm is spending a few days
bojhood, during
was. ,
The dentist at time engineer Will Rich-
: was no re- Miss. Our popular Typewriters the best Lock and Key

R. K. WHITE n'owned ,for gentleness, andon this tea daring: years' Clive of life., world.-The. fam adventurous' : us and and the. A Bit Of English Humor in'Miss Gulfport Hattie Pritchett, of Bluff united bourg and in Miss matrimony!Pearl Strickland at Pensacola were I Fitting, best Trunk Repairing, best ,

W Ilch make r. Mmaficturtnj Jeweler and GraduateCptIda. occasion handled his instrumentswith conqueror of India, at forty was decidedly An English humorist many years ago Springs, leaves for Philadelphia in to a' Sunday. We wish them a long life! Gas Lamp, and last, but not least the ;.
SO S. Ptlalox Fla.TerselyTold Hilda hit upon a neat way .scoring against few days: She enters a hospital : I
a. Street Pensaeela. what seemed .to .
verymuch his happiness.The Roller Skates?
a neur path. In memorable certain politicians of the times. A take a course of training: for aj I full Of Joy anal' II I best
like unnecessary, roughness. duel with a brother officer he missed
Why go to
I comic JQurnal, not being a newspaper nurse. I i.
With her blue blazing with his aim, his and services -<
eyes away weapon Rev. Mr. Bicknell held .
within the meaning of the. act, was prohibited Trap Sh*< -
wrath, she bore the'torture ag longas I cried: "hoot and be damned: I said from giving news.. and so in Sunday. He visited % public school I' Trap shooting has made America a F. B. BRUCE
cheated, and I still." Cllve delight of the teach-
she could, but \badly aimed turn you say so .place of a parliamentary report the Monday to the land of straight shooters, and no country -
C. ,P. McMillan Is home .from of the 'drill ,finished her. Leaping was passionate', morbid, gouty, and'anopium humorist is question reported a few ers and pupils. His stories are in the world can compare with the
Xewbern, Ala., where he atendeilschool. eater. At forty-nine, rich and i charming. I i PENSACOLA, FLORIDA
from the dental chair, she store the "first lines" from speeches by prominent closes May-' 31. Miss Ella United States in shooting. Gun clubs
of unstinted reputation, he committed .
;I rubber dam from her swollen conn.I members: "Sir: Charles Wetherellsaid McCurdy graduates: from the grades.;! in America are directly responsible for-
H. C. Pinney has resigned his 1>03-i.' hurled 'it .at the, dentist suicide. Wellington was distinctly epi he was npt sensible". "Mr. Hunt Master Fred Berry returned this that reputation which Uncle Sam so

ton wkh the Western Union Tele-I t.eDanCej and exclaimed she made,'for.'the leptic. His fainting! fits,after TjVaterloo was entirely ignorant"- "Lord Ashley morning from .a vis-It:, to his aunt Miss proudly bears. By constant practiceat Marine Grocery Co.
as and it attack
fraph Company In this city, effective were frequent was an said he should take the earliest opportunity Theodocia WrIght.at Brent.CLOSING inanimate targets theAmerican unconsciously -
June I. Mr., Pinnsy will go to New door: 'Tanner! plowman! Mys of epilepsy that carried him off. of mo"ing""l1r.. Perceval prepares himself for his 604, 606, 608. 610 S. Palafox St

Orleans to accept a position.The moutf is'no garden"! ;Mys toot_ is no rue Romanoffs have been neuropathic presented a petition praying"- "Colo OUR STOCK OF $3.50 country's call to arms. Gun clubs are Phone 725.

commencement exercises ot, trees! You can't::,pull ,heem, nor for nearly three "centuries,, and one of nel Sibthorpe never could under AND $4.00 WALK-OVER SHOES FOR really the outcome of the abundanceof V. J. VIDAL, Manager.We .

the Creole' .school and St. Joseph's I you skan't full he m l Go buy, vone the epileptic' fits of Peter the Great-Is.": stand": "Lord ,Lyndhurst said he 289. WM. JOHNSON &.- SON. 2t live game In America. The average will sell for ten days at less

((-hCO which were originally sched- beeg'f arm if you vill dig potatoes I"! "said to have lasted three days. must entreat of every one to give him business man loves to tread the woods than cost:
u'ed 7 and 8, have beenehangeJ. t Charles \7; whose mother"was Insane, I
for June but usually his
credit""Sir Edward Sugden was not : in search of live game No. 2 Mackerel, 2 for 15<:.
,The'Oleole school exercises had fits'In his youth, and was'gouty, .
'Maktt it Difftrenc; ;. one of those'whG th ught"- "Mr. i time to go on these hunting trips is Smoked Halibut (very fine) 109
of f .
afternoon .
ill Thursday bald-scrofulous.
take place I S : .Croker said he had the fullest assure limited to perhaps: once a year and pound.
.4:30 o'clock in the af. Mrs. De Pink' reading: )"";"-"Never 'Great the I
this week at. ", ;( Frederickthe, (from face, a 1 e"- during the Interval he has lost his Blood Red Salmon, lOc per lb.
tfjfnoon and -St Joseph's school at show witfer ,what of.whose father,'wien, be took -walk,
I| your temp r'n "shooting eye." He needed practice to Holland Herring (in kits) 60c per
?1:30: o'clock the same evening. The Macanl "every, human; being! I
the resent says y ,
be Interesting. provocation. 'Neyer a ; ClaM: Worth More Than Gold. keep his eye keyed up properly, and
&werclges* grit promise preparations W have been I Isb'ght.Neref lose jrqui,',self.:ipoise tied"), reared,\D.a. perfect, .tell of" a p1':" When'is glass worth more than gold? in order to get practice at bom$'during kit.Kaiser Herring (in tins) 45c pet

made for the events by the pupils.; under trying, 'circumstances,. .Do ace, had a certain general unsouhdness When it Is the lens of a microscope. spare moments he organized the gun Un..

Bishop Allen"may b, here to witness r your best to eofhers, happy of mind, to which",mercywas"altogeth. The record Increase in value of the club, where between hour he could Salacine Sausage (Imported) 250

tbe exercises'with'! priests and that ,wisheseieept er foreign. Thej'stock of Oliver ,Cromwell manufactured article dver the raw material get all the practice he needed-Recrea- per pound.
Forget '-you. have'any We have a fresh stock of Imported
; not oyerheaithyand .of the
Mobile. was, '
from made
\1ting prhnts when' consult d, fc Watch neuropathic tendencies.of,the Protector Is probably by this varietyof tion. _ _ Maccaroni, &pagetti, Italian Tomato
"'. H. MfcDavid leaves today for Il ,be 'useful to glass which multiplies itself 50.000 Paste, Greek Black Olives, Artichokes
every, opportunity" himself- there -1s sufficient eridence.MohammeQbut'let,1ohamm England.
I Heated Hovcei In
Sew York from'whence, be will sa'lSaturday 000 times. The.front lens of a micro- Navy Bread, Pilot Bread, Italian Hard
those about jou.: ThVre are..thou- d rest. costing about $5 weighs Helmingham Hall is the seat of Lord Boston
for. Panama- where! he, goes! np Tack, Brown Bread. French: :
m take"an'appointment! under'the civH -, sands: little ways -in which' this Joan of Arc, ,the divine. girlwoman more tl an about.0017 of a gram; hence Tollemache in Suffolk, about eight Bread, Russian Caviar and Imported
service as clerk in the auditor's of., can t be doneiWithou appearing obtrusively seer and'soldl r, who came from: her. the value of such lenses to the weightof miles from Ipswich. The existing French and Italian Sweet Oils.

to :Jr, McDavld 'was for several I polite,". .- : sheepfolds of Lorraine to make victprl; a kilogram would be about $: ,OOOJ drawbridge has been raised every night We carry the only full line of Francis .

Years an employee in the Pensacola. Mbs De Pink-Are.those 'rulea: ous 'the oriflamme of' ;France Joan 000.: The cost of making thi weightof for the past 300 years, and the present Leggett's and Dodson and Brown's
P ftofflce\ but recenfy he has been for; wives? 7"JJrs. : I heard: voices and saw Visions and,was glass is 3 to cents, and thus when owner does not allow the custom .to canned goods in the city. Gulf City

tiplojed: under.the civil service,as a i .. I kissed: she said, by the celestials.Tlghe .- worked up into the shape of a lens the ,FOR LICE ON FOWLS, become obsolete. Another fine exam Coffee Co.'s "Oaxaca" Gold Standard, I
toft.: ay the_ navy yard. His"'new apto'ntment' 11 ; Be Pink ((contemptuously: ; ) Hopkins In L n Tribune., ; glass has increased in value about. 500O0O00.hicago i ,- pIe of a moated house Is.Leeds castle, Daybreak, Diamond Blend and Golden
\! la I one of Increased pay' a;I Q :rtainlv'nob: '. 'l\am,: reading the Tribune. NOTHING CAN TAKE THE about three miles southeast of Maid- Rio Coffee for sale. They are aU

sell is- responsibility and his man latest fines for society debutantes.New Do..f Alaaka. stone, in Kent, which surrounded by high -grades and give perfect satisfac

trten4 s ,will 'congratulate1 him on re'I -. York.Weekly., S "A- -fair- average- 'day's- lourney- with a .I.. I PLACE OF A DEPENDABLE, its moat, forms almost a lake crossedby tion.
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!-- dog team in our country 1 Is twenty-five -- LICE POWDER. a single bridge. There is a fine moat
';; miles," said a resident of Alaska!' "If ;; GOT HIS HAIR BACK. at Wells, in Somersetshlre, where the -
ordeaj which, aDD .
I pushed the dogs'will go a good bit farther episcopal palace, an ancient castellated
I ''apbroacK, with 'than ,tluX but that*,is about the Was Perfectly Bald When He Started CONKEY'S mansion Is surrounded with walls 'Inclosing Gentlemen's

MOTHERls e nD ;. f r, for' usual dally distance. 'They! arecheer to Use Newbro's Herpicicfe. nearly seven acres of ground. ,

i cO t: !. 4lih fui workers, these Alaskan canines, H Frederick Manuell, Maryland block, LICE' This moat is supplied with water from ,
A and..hQrt'Qr of : Butte, Montana. bought a bottle ofNewbro's well.London Standard.
,pain, but one must know how to;treat them.- St Andrew's Fine Shirts 0
Herpicide April 6, 99r and J "
-birtk; The thought If to thejn-more .than
S. c ,will not do... give began to use it for entire baldness: *
of thesuffenng and danger in store for her, robs tC.e ipec tmother onfraeal a day and'tbat always when'] The ,hair folicles in his scalp were POWDERIS Dissipated Element
,f all 'pleasant anticipations! of the coming e"en.t',. casU'over.'herUdbtr : + camp Is struck after the"day's travel. not dead and in 20 days, he had ha'r In the disintegration of rafiram by' We are especially equip
| of gloom which cannot' be shaken off. Thp sands.'c( womenwv Th* usual feed Is a lot of rice,or meal i all 'over' the head. And July 2 ha SCIENTIFICALLY PRE the giving off of helium the amount of ped for laundering shirts gentlemen's -
roVWn6ne.ment that has been well boiled, with some writes. "and to-day my hair is as energy set free Is 1,000,000,000()( ) great fine ; we give
$ found.that, the use of Mother's "Friend during pretriaricy I AND CAN ALWAYSBE them a clean satisfactoryfinish
PARED of'radium. Nowto
This for
could calories
fit meat thrown )In for seasoning. thick and luxuriant as any one one gram !
of all and and insures safety,to lifo(mother r without squeezingthe
pain danger they eat with great avidity, nor do wish. "Newbro's Herpicide works onI.n' UPON TO 'RID reconstruct the dissipated elements
LUnd child. This scientific liniment-i is a gqd.s ndto all!.\voEVenit: the they expect'any.more rations until the j : old .principle anal! with a new discovery RELIED would require as much energy as was life out of them. It's
tme'bl! r thear critical trial ot does Wtthtfs Friend -destroy the cause and you OF LICE. this economy to let us do your'wash.
< most only next day's close. If they were given I[ YOUR FOWLS lost in their dissipation and explains .
rrj- women safely through the perils of chi .bjrtn",, ,tnt) its c nse breakfast the .next morning ,}t.,would remove, the effect.that Herpicide!dandruff de the hopelessness of their synthesis -

gently prepares the system for the coming events prevent 1 *;''mortungs1Ckfleuarid be almost .impossible to get any workout stroys falling the hair germ, and finally causes baldness, so ,.as no such amount of energy can Star Steam

other"dis6f : V ".. '". of them during the day. These nft- that with the cause gone the effect FSMelen&GoPhone! be employed. How were these elements The ,
this,'period. tive dogs have so" much of their wild cannot .remain. Stops falling hair atonce first constructed? That 'Is a
FL 1)y, .0'rUr'R'S brother 'the walt In their makeup and < new growth starts. For question for the students. A German Laundry.
aU.drug ts at
that they Ihow but little, a ectlo {toward ( sale by W. A. IXAlemherte; druggistand 334. physicist, W. Meigen suggests that the .. I
per J>qttle. Book their JD lter. They will serve apothecary, 121 South Palafox dissipation of elements is an'actually $1E..AareanBt. Ptofl 114. J.

Staining i ',alua le, free. r-... "" him, but appareatly.on a purely business street or send lOc in stamps for sample Cor Garden and Alcaniz, irreversible process, like the dissipation. P.naieotaPIa., 1

1 e prldfie Ieq11torCo.. AtiuLGL r flD. .q&11 basil'.and they Ignore petting. Mich.to The ,Herpjcide! Co., Detroit, I of heat-Independent. ._ '_-- .-_ ", _:::_ _O't __:.'=--- :-f -__,_:: .:, :,'

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and In case he-thought he could not ,86nsand: carrying., .-';chips, on. you rf I BEN. HARDINS'CLOTHES.: -
; imt hold the house lo.n'g enough to' Itave ,shoulder for taaubers.to knock off for" o -
% : ImjafolJJonfn So informed thenvhe-niight"have had< notoriety willgain- nothing for the i- They Mar Have Chanied.the Course I: .
some. member sk..the; questionand district or state. If 'you cannot get; of American $l.toq.S.'agutat All Aboard Fore
.. he could! have-answered "- hirty.t to the front,at once holler down loud.j I.- the coincidence and' deserving
..U. feef before they toil ,could have from_ the read ana J; .you; may later Mention that three presidents o
: : -jumped: I get to the Ilt t
WEEKLY the tilted States elected to the
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SUNDAY. Introducing impeachment resolu-!,j jI a. :&, ':T.; PURSELL. j word's! .Highest office at five successive
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY I I >- presidential elections should have bad Ele tric Park

? f r cjose_ and direct personal connection .
with\/: Kentucky, says the Louisville =
THEMOURNAL COMPANY. I [ 'Senators Laughed $erald. Abraham Lincoln, elected in -,
I860 and in 18G4, was born In Hardin'county.

Ulysses S. Grant, elected president Clerks'Oenevolent Association

FRANK L MAYES, President 'and General Manager.' and Sneered g\ .in- 1868 and 1872 attended the
I I celebratedMaysvilIe academy, con-
t ducted! by. Jacob W Rand and WilliamVV.'Richeson ,

MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Mr. Bryan's Commoner.. ", of.that beautiful and historic

_-t I .SSSOSX8XSX KaS kSX l :;, ':-.. .' j mates little of*General"'city. Grant Among at the Maysville school Great Picnic and Dance !

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. The New York Press is a republican s I table, the parliamentary method of were the .late Hon. Walter Newman

One year.s 00 Ono -Month....... ........ 45 paper.1' It:can.not- be said'to be- prejudiced I shelving -measure. Noticing that' Haldeman-of Louisville; founder of the ,. Don't Miss It !
Six Mouths ............... 2 50 One W *k... .............. U> against the republican spnate.\ only a part of the Garfield! report had Courier-Journal; Hon. Tbomas'H. Nelj .
Three. Months..... ......... 1.25 Weekly' Edition; per year.l 01 From the pen of itS Washington been submitted, Ssnator CuPerson' ,j son, "United States minister to Mexico;
respondent The Press prints .this "de-i,I of Texas, hastily wrote with a pencil 1.i the Hon. William Henry Wadsworth

Tho Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed scription of the manner in which: :Mr..Roosevelt's .I a resolution calling for the full docu of the Mexican claims commission; Friday June 1 1906
message ''.to the Standard ment. This 'resolution adopted.' '
was 'i I Richard H;. Collins historian of Ken- ,
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. Oil was received in the American The president of the United States j tucky, and; many others. General 1
House of Lords: sends to the'senate a report showing
I Grant:always entertained a warm feeling ,
"What the American people .have to that- a g'gantic trust conspiring witb,' for Kentucky and delighted when .
Offices, 108 and 110 East Papers on Saloon Trains expect in, the regulation of the 'trusts1 the railroads baa repeatedly and per president to give official recognition to Sports wilL, begin at 3:30: p. m. See the great
was disclosed today in congress -when 1 sistently violated .the law. He accompanies .
Government. Phone 38. and at all Newsstands.PENSACOLA the president sent tq'Uhe senate and : that report with a message f. sons of the old commonwealth on 'burlesque game of baseball, well worth the price of

A41_ ... nM.e.'f""V'__ the house the report of the bureau of : inviting seriousattention to this deplorable whole soil he had spent happy days admission- -
corporations, showing that the Standard [ condition.; And, according toI So well; indeed, did General Grant

FLORIDA.VlEIDN&"DA.&Y MORNING. MAY 1906 .Oil corporation.not only violates I this republican paper, "many senators s t:' think of Kentuckians that as far back '
30. the law, but is a partner wth.manY. cracked jokes or sneered audibly;"']!!'as the election of 1860 he voted for Hooligans vs Katzanjammers

railroad corporations 'preventing also "several of .them regarded it1'., John Cabell Breckinridge, then regarded -

News Bureau Says It 'that ,appeared yin ha_paper, anJ see' com.petition and. raising';prices .of all, with contempt;" also "Senator Kean as first of Kentucky's favoritesons
what his reply will be that is, if hs Standard Oil products, throughout the: of New Jersey, snickered audibly;" for president of the United '
Enjoys the Advertising.The is I 'up in his .business-and he will country. 'the report' of the bureau of j also "'when the recommendation for States.
very promptly solicit your reason for corporations was. accompanied by a prompt action onthe the free alcoholbill DANCING AT 6 P. M. SHARP.
last letter from the "Florid a Not many are aware that James < -
the request If you are dissatisfied strong message from the was read there was a great ex
(News Bureau" contains the following: he, will see you along ways from In the house of repIesenta president.// plosion of mirth. Mr. Kean threw Buchanan of Pennsylvania elected Music by Prof., Collins' Full String Orchestra.
The Florida News Bureau Is gettin,g home, 60'to speak before he will tell/ closest attention was,paid to the' read' back his head in sheer enjoyment, and president in 1856,. was a resident dur I
"whole lot of splendid free advertising I- !but Jf you are pleased he will be only ing of the message and,the report, and Mr. Aldrich grew red with laughter' ing an interesting period of Hardincounty ADMISSION 25 CENTS.
from the efforts of The Pensacol;;a too glad to.give the information. : there was generous applause which Messrs. Foraker Lodge, Burrows| which had given birth to( the ,
:Journal to put it in a hole by demandIng [lThe| same rule applies to corns proved that party lines were broken. !Scott and Wetmore joined in the chd-i> : great American destined to succeed I. _
a list of the names of the lam Ii pondence. The editor wants the" The situation in the senate suggested I rus;" also "at the -.conclusion of threading e i I him in the presidency.. It was in 1813 "'_

Owners in the drainage district[:, name of contributors not for publication plainly that there would have to be a.(. cf the, document the senate that James Buchanan took up his res. ----=
through whose Instrumentality amjpublic d but as1 -a matter of 'information great change in that .body before any] was in rare Rood humor." Ii 1 idence at Elkabethtown. Five years ,
spirit the Bureau Is enabled t o r and "protection. He will not publish good results can-come from the presi-j I And these are the men who claim I before- to. 'the 'very county 'of which Keystone commonwealth' Meeting Mr. WOOD
paid the press of the. state in warnini articles, without knowing the identity dent's campaign. Not two-thirds of i a monopoly upon the intelligence and Elizabethtown' was then Hardin afterward in. .congress, 1821-
gt and is
the-people a' alnsf the danger-ofwril off the'contributor any .more than a the: senators had' the courtesy to listen the patriotism.'of; .the country! These; e now 23, Mr. Buchanan declared that he
;jing the discredited drainage act Inti merchant will favor a man withe h to the message. 'Many-of the proInounced are conspicuous'among: : "the defenders the county,, seat, had been born a child; went Kentucky; expecting to be a AND
the constitution by the adoption of t < credit without knowing who he is corporation senators\wereinj I of national honor!" These are the, Abraham.'Lincoln, destined to achieve great maD there, that so many lawyers .

Drainage( ...Amendment. The 0 Gala: crediting. The sooner communication their seats, as the reading progressed,i'I'' champions of pubMc interests! Who! higher honors and a greater name in he came '!n contact :with were his
.:Banner the Tallahassee True Dem]. ''writers learn that they are crackedjokes or sneered audibly at will .say that they were not entitled history than even Buchanan himself, COAL
I, equals and so his superiorsthat
'fcrat and the St. Augustine'- Recon(1, tIme throwing away that much labor and the expression of Mr.-.Roosevelt. I I to laugh at the suggestion that a great considered in his day one of, the most he gave it manygam; :
!have suggested that the Bureau wil by sending to a newspaper an "It may be said, moderately that corporation be.held accountable to the fortunate of American public men.Buchanan's up.
improbably be- quite willing to furnish i a unsigned communication; the soonerwill the"president's messaga had no'trectl law. Who will'say that they were not fcther bad purchased as Thus Ben .Hardin's 111 fitting sty of Oak and pine wood, In any SIze All}
:fist of the drainage tax payers when. the editor be saved a great annoyance upon the men that control'the senate) justified: in a sneer? an investment some nroperty near unbleached tow linen may have changed grades of coal for sale. We are now
lEver Governor Broward th and his chances of a better the whole course of American his i located at Ocosta & Co.'s old staniE.
answers < several 01 teem It with
hereafter be Increased regarded con I Elizabethtown. Giving it to his son, he
numerous demands which have beelmade 1 tempt and a-few of them insisted the! t1:t Bargain Instinct bade him settle in the new land o* tory.

.(eernlng upon the him source for of information the fund fron con.I I (The Montgomery Journal, always I IJ the president for another was term be'ginnlng--his It was Ilea campaign r1,::1 I, She would have declared strenuously I promise, and grow up with it Buchanan Chief- End. la fie G. SEWILL & CO.,

which he is paying the expenses of hi is one of the staunchest supports of to old observers! of the senate thai: that she did'not have the I then three and twenty, a college To make utility the vehicle of beauty

drainage campaign. As the. Bureat;J William! .J. .Bryan. .has the following; the message had no special effect and l feminine bargain mania, but- graduate and a lawyer, had little lit 'Is a chief end Uncivil; : art says the Phones 614 and 363:
;does not wish to lose the benefit ol[t $> say 'relative to the 'political outlook would not accomplish any practical re. "George," she asked in the sweet ness for,the rough and ready sides of Centuryv Use and,''beauty have too : ,
:any further publicity the drainage adovcates.are I. ; from salt frontier.life. Attending first, term commonly
a national standpoint, fore way a woman always opens an argument een regarded as necessarily
.disposed give it in the year 1908: "Senator Kean of New Jersey,, "ho\r much did have to of. court after- his arrival, he noticed separated attributes Th'ings.of utility .
premises its intentions will not be! 'W. snickered audibly at the announcement'that 'I for the you among the visiting lawyers the c&le- must be commonplace, and it is imma Great
J.Bryan Is
disclosed for the present Orient; but the Stan'dardrOiI trust had pay marriage ceSer" brated Ben Hardin, in a suit of tin terial if the -commonplace
he be its
seems to have left "Two dollarS ;
If this Is the kind of free advertising: boom at home. It is not a presidential profited: to the extent_of three-quarters he" replied. bleached tow linen, ill fitting and bad' very ugliness makes'us.' appreciate all i
growing any of a million a year'from unlawful a.ndunfaIr 'Two dollars! she repeated ly built, giving its gifted wearer a
and publicity which Cot Choate's public less 'because of his absence. The the more the' beauty of things rare,
sentiment mill Is hankering' after; Democrats of Missouri, Ohio Connecticut railroad rebates. thoughtfully. "Couldn't you get clownish appearance. Buchanan felt kept precious, and apart-that is the
and other When the clerk read that much ol them three for :five ?" surprised to see this ungainly lookin; view the.
It ought of course to be satisfied. The states in all sec multitude has been led to Reduction in
,general public however to tions of the country, are beginning to these rebates had been done away Then when he asserted that he personage take a seat among. the law take, and-from which even many artists
sees. little I with;;Mr. Kean grinned back to Mr.
'peak out for
Bryan in 190& The was. no Mormon, she woke up and yers. are not exempt It was an old
commend in the 'subsidized- opinion performance at St.Louis in 1904 and : madelaughing comment A case was called the third day of
to Mt. Dryden, his'colleague. blushed and.tried'' to explain and fashioned custom to isolate all the nice
factory which The Journal's free advertising the conduct of that campaign and the ; the term.in which the pleadings were
things of the household
"The only made little in 'the best
reference a
: has shown to exist in this result of the election which followed poolingprovoked things worse. very...Intricate, and after the strictest which
room, too
"not a hearty laugh from Mr. Alrich but Judge. was precious; to live
are relished by :
English forma before the days of Chit.
Fame "news bureau, and the.press Hence it is'we seethe when the recommendation: for 'prompt inBut the modern practice is to_
of the state Is making mighty Httle -name of Bryan applauded in the action on the fr alcohof bill'was- Marconi'Anticipated. ty< The future president's wonder,was. make the whole! :house-as beautiful as' EyeGlassesWe

use of the stuff which it grinds ,out. :Democratic state and congressional read there was agreat explosion of I Ah and inexpressible when he saw Hardin take possible. ;We' nowv.see. 'that\ ,Just because
conventions as they are being held mitUuMr.. Kean threw backhis,head Egyptologist an Assyriol- aold of this case with astonishing skill the-"best.. ro m't went used, Its i
f Thosa 50,000 Kentuckfans who -at- all over the country in"sheer. enjoyment, arid Mr. Aldrichgrew I ogist were disputing..about the relative 'and force.. The arguments of the contents deemed beautiful, really madeit

#end the "Home Coming" will receive Nature and enterprise. have jetted! : red with laughter: Messrs. advancement of the two ancient rough, looking Kentucky lawyer were a chamber of horrors.' A forced fa-

B :'jar when they discovery that the the money, pr coinage question favorably 'Foraker; Burrows, Scott' and Wetmore'I peoples whom they were studying. masterpieces of learning, logic and miliarity with ugliness dulls the taste -
to. 'the quantltive theory of 'joined in the chorus.: I "Why sir cried the :clearness: Before he left the courtroom for i
Ji i4> is on Sundays in Louisville. .me "Whatever Egyptologist beauty. So unless the eyes are
tallic money for which Mr. Bryan; the apprehension was felt at I "we find remains of wires in that day.young Buchanan resolved that wonted to the beautiful by seeing it on
stood; and the issue of imperialism, 1 outset regarding the teeth in tne where such ill favored looking lawyers side
11 "resident
'message Egypt, which prove-they understood every in the most common are 'noselling
no longer pressing since the revela ; was quickly dispelled and at possessed so much learning and power
Anonymous the I things, beauty at its best cannotbe
conclusion electricity
Cons of tie
have been recently made reading of the there was small show for a budding
.Communications and those now. being brought out, :document the senate'. :'was'. in rare good "Pshaw!I" answered the Assyriolo! : Pennsylvania tenderfoot Rather than given the things set'apart to wearit
have made the" humor : -' !; "We as a garment; of state, as in stutues,
proper regulation of' gist. don't find wires'in
any .struggle success at the bar with ,
J The question of anonymous'com. corporation and trust aggression "Senator Foraker moved' that the monuments and public buildings. hawkes'I
; Assyria, and that shows that they such giants as Hardin and his col-
'pnunclations along! with_ .tariff reform 'massage be printed and laid 1 I '
:: Is one that every editor the para son the understood wireless 'leagues hit would back
to his The
I mount issues in American politics. i telegraphy go --- Read Journal's Want Columns.
Is constantly battling with, and much His well known and-conservative f I I $2.50 live Glasses

(ROod material that would, if property on both of these issues makes position ., n _

vouched for, be published, finds it him an ideal leader for 1908. There

)way into _the waste basket simply btcatse e- is hardly a Democrat who followed for
it' Is 'unsigned. The Journal Mr. Bryan in 1996 and 1900, who
would not cordially support him in
Gong since
adopted the policy of re
the next presidential race. l
:fusing to print communications from $1.25

anonymous writers, and is pleased to Again It is reported that the Emperor

,dote that the list of newspapers wconsign ho< of China Is dead. The Emperor I -

such matter to the waste : of China undoubtedly holds the

Jbasket Is constantly growing. mortuary record. He even has Mark

A .recent issue of The Miami Me.tropoMs Twain cSstauced. W AeD'AlemberteDruggist !

contained the following art!- : ,

.cle upon the subject of anonymous us Senator Barton of Kansas, says he and Apothecary, I
:wilt not resign,
communications, which seems to cover notwithstanding the !
s ; the matter fully: decree of the federal courts. It's !121 Soutb!! faafu! Street Peuacula! Fla II I
now up to the- senate to fire Mr. Il
One of Burton
I the greatest annoyances t1' ) ,
I ) I
and ,out '
nuisance with which editors ol bodily. ; 1\\ ( ,
;newspapers contend is the communi I The Journal Printed
'cation writer, who refuses to divulge ''It'. really too bad that Mr. Bryan )

& .bis idenlty. The editor of the Metropolis is not at home to notice all the nice During April, 1906,

has ibeen flooded with this : ,things that are being said about himby' 1 a Total of
Bdndi of literature here of late al _
:touching politics municipal govern his former political enemies. S

went, etc., and some of them worthy 149,500COPIES
of: publication were the names of the If the Russian Douma gets too ob

,contributors known but they are nand streperous the Czar might engage
therefore the. articles will not be the services of Unce Joe Cannon.
(produced. # / or an Average of
; .
i One ,contributor after signing .a H m A4PF t 1 =:; ,, % sj :-
; nom de 'plume appends this poscrfpt:

t "Will give my name, if necessary, but VOX POPULI 5,980
4- I am a subscriber and think it a : i I
:: t I !pressing matter." Now why 1$ it a j \ f I DAILYThe

.s-K pressing matter? The contributor aHW -jHMMWPENSACOLA'S_ \ following figures snow IV f Pt"
: should be as honest with the editor '
sacola Journal's fteaoa
as he would have him to be with INTERESTS
r ISitf1'.
day during the month of April.
but he had rather not have itsway. that IN! NATIONAL HOUSE 9\\s .... -- -
'v' : with the number of opeI:
: average
He would like to have the editor '' %.- ,
publish his communication in ignorance Editor' Pensacola Journal: % daily:
\ ..
k April 1, 6,200( 15,
of the identity of the author, Rather 'late in the 'day to find out April
but fortunately'the editor holds the that Pensacola had no one in the \ \ April 2. April 17 5.903
c upper hand. House to look 'after her Interests.: We ; .z.- April 3, 5,850 April 13 5,900
: for have only' April 4, 5,900 April 19, 6,900April
t Suppose instance newspapers rs one day to vote for that
fehould publish ,anonymous communications which we do not want, and the other April 5, 5, 50 20 5.9C3
l- three hundred Aprlr 6, 5,950 April 21, 5.9CO
and a question arose over the 'and sixty-four days to
came. Suppose some fellow took a 6b our kicking.-all to no purpose. i April 7, 6,000 April 22. 6,250
i r- notion to sue the paper for some In his speech in Pensacola our April 8; 6,600 April 23 -,- -

Statement that had) appeared in i It representative from district number .. April 9, '. April 24. 5.BM
i- and worse still, suppose some fellowtook three acknowledged that he was of ; i) April 10, 5,900 April 25, 3.930
.f' a notion to give the editor a no ,service only to. draw his pay for \ April 11, 5,900 April 26 5.9CO
llcklnjr, who would he know to call he ..said 'that congress was peculiar \ April 12, 5,900 April 27, 5,900
,; upon, for redress or assistance in the body -and that members were handi-i _= April 13, 5350 April 28. 5,900:
,-.' premises? Newspapers are held responsible capped ahd 'could not come to the April 14, 5,900 April 29. 6-2M
L in law for any and all ut- front' without, bowing to the speaker April 15, 6,250 April 30, .. .
e teranceg or expressions appearing I in and 'the minority leader. That' pecu Total for the month. 149,500
;= their columns, and the very least liarity seems to 'be only among cer
''rf' that contributors could do would be tain members and not the body as a
!! 'to furnish. the editors their correct. 'whole! for' the record shows that Average per day. .. 5,980--
F& names. there are members that -
; come to the -
ft: The most of newspaper editors front and do not have to do any bow =::-. I hereby certify that the ..;,(')- eatalament
h.: possess some ,.honor and one of the ing but th have what our member .--- -- Is correct accords: -">
first -.-, ;: 1'- file in this office.0 .
rules impressed upon beginners from the, third district lacks although' en
, < :,4 fn Journalism to protect an Intro m. I It, would not have taken 'a -: .
't ute Go to a reporter or an editorand 'great -amount of '!it to have informed ; ; : .

,f, j m \ .ask' him where.and.trom whontj; .'them that Pensacola had thirty orthirtythree' .'...-. ...... >; t"L'1: : .
te obtained a cert&4npiece of feet ol 1
: new e water on the bar,! ; ; Mgt. Ci.rcuJatiOD> ,

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t i Seen, Heard and-.> Done Among* Those' Who Go,, Come and ,

Tarry .et Women and Society Here and Elsewhere. r 1j i

DUO House
A Cleaning ft
fir. 6 NELLIE BECK;_"" Telephone 669. '

majfex "
'u decoration Day to Be Observed ,Many pieces of Wash Goods that must: move quick Mercerized Madras* J'

LONG DISTANCE (COMMENT tical\ high.school and thenr-'when the office of the young son of an old :vAeoIans, in Shadow ,Checks and Corded Effec s. Some Solid Colors-Some Fancy t/i
ON THE NEW HIGH SCHOOL commenting citizens crowd -within climber, and promised to answer by With. Memorial Services'and, :
BUILDINGtAND LOT. "ear: shot,", as 'they, are' sure to do telegraph from 'Philadelphia: his'forn -' tJ! ,
Reading Professor Lockey's article] when the thing is dorie-4et" them al proposal: r'her hand.; She-had no Exercises at National toff' M onusyan d, ueSUsy
on) the proposed new high school stuff their ears with .cotton wool and intention' accepting it, 'but; upon all (
tuilafag( and listening to numeroust.let the torrent roll off their" shoulders such occasions it is easier to wir Cemetery. ?
comments thereon, the wrltet 'couldnot "like-water off a duck's back." than to speak. It was very,,very,'for WILL SELL AT HALF PRICE. ffi
hut wish that citizens-earnest, The tactls'that.,every school building tunate for both of them that she refused ( \
lonest, and intelligent citizens- should! have "acres" f}instead "of him- els.3 she would .not have 1. < y
would be as just toward the school "feel"! about: it. Isn't it "remarkable secured Bobby Goelet, and thee man- SOLDIERS WHO WORE THE BLUE
hoard as they are generous with their that, despite the costly",'experiences of well, perhaps he would still be breaking WHO 5 0 26 inch UMBRELLAS (ladies) Assorted Handles, Paragon tf | 9
opinions where they have little effect other cities, 'that Pensacola, .inevita his neck' to get into the Racquet AND
Thrpe nice looking men apparent :bly bound to be_a really great city Club, which is as high in New York ,GREY WILL PARTICIPATE' JOI'NT.I Forms, Patent Runners, at / ;/ .- f f J/lo J.,1
1 well-to-do fathers of families with should>> not understand that "balking clubdom as he will ever get., notwithstanding :
school' children welfare heart. at a few .dollars" in the early "village the "grand aUiari e'A. he afterwards : LY IN THE SERVICES AMID! EXERCISES ; :!t"'l
made some wise comments on the I life,": was not .nearly so unwise, so made. $2.00
subject, and some-begging their shortsighted, so unintelligent, as Mrs. Goelet took with her an awful : -SPEECHES: AND' EXCELLENT -| White Embroidered and Fancy PARASOLS Choice If'
pardon-that to me seemed inexplicably balking at the expenditure of all the looking dog-a dog that would never 25 f fA
narrow, bigoted, and unwarranted to build substantially
money necessary never be taken for a society dog dia'
now, when a great sea .port is assured hE not appear 'With his owner. Although
One for instance, while admitting' ? held In leash, he balked when few Imported Robes and Embroidered+ Waist Patterns left. The SpecIal Prices will move them&A! iJd:; '
that be had "no information to goo Isn't It even more remarkable that he got inside the store, and Mrs. This is Decoration or Memorial Day (
but base such a conclusion on general with the experience of all similar Goelet had to "remove him and turn a National holiday throughout the i t)>
principles," declared it as his be- growths-apparently few Pensacolatax him over to the footman. >/ Miss 'breath and domain of the United 3000 the j t
1 Let that "the whole thing is a set up payers know that it would be Marian Fish must. have missed her States. The day will be observed In Yards New Embroideries, on 10c counter. Better ; : :

job" in the interest ,of a certain! cheaper to build houses, grade and breakfast to get to the sale, as she Pensacola by the closing of banks; ( make your selection quick. k,l :
property owner. At! the same time pave streets, and sidewalks, with: 'was on hand before ten o'clock. She postoffice and the decoration'gracves ,, '
it declared' against building on less conduits for all wires and pipes; and wore an invisible plaid and a black and holding of memorial services at t ti
than half a block. enforce all good laws expunging all hat trimmed with white plume the National cemetery this afternoon,
Another' condemned the "entire others; for permanence(! now? I (Mrs. John Sergeant Cram dropped in, under the auspices> of Sherman Post, 'J :
in of i $$1.00
mossback aggregation charge -'- perhaps to pick up something to' of the Republic,.and the
the matter" as "penurious, behind CAPT. HASE AND I wear to the Newport wedding of Miss Grand Sons of Army Federal veterans. Members '50 DOZ. Huck Towels 15c value, 10C each per dozen ?

the times," and announced with. .an ,MISS. NEWMAN TO WED., Anita Sands. In short, all that set Ward United Confederate
air of flnality-"What this town CaPt. W, S. Hase, 7th_ Ca Coast :was bargain hunting.-Town.Topes.. of Camp will participate, : in the ceremonies : ;qi
leOOs-and needs badly-I'( !believehe Artillery, Fort Barrancas, leaves today -+-' Veterans
of Confederate
will the Sons
said "bad" but?give him the bene- for Kansas City, Kan., where. on; MRS. F. RUST SMITH'S: as 15c :
f.; of my doubt), is cleaning: up officially (Wednesday -June 6, he will be married LINEN SHOWER, FOR veterans. 2000 Yards White Madras Shirting 36 inches wide, at i
not only 'as .to..s.chool matters to Miss Pearl Newman. MISS ERNESTINE FOftDHAM.! ,The G. A. H. ,veterans and Sons ,of

but everything el .e." Miss Newman will abe pleasantly!, -At.! rs. F, Rust Sn ith's pretty home. Veterans, will meet at the office and eGeorge .. ;..1.',:. !
less than rememberer visitor Ft. Bar P. Wentworth at noon, ) ,',
The third, fluent his companions as a 1209 North:Palafox ,was' assembled t
said: "Well, it seems to me rancas guest of' Captain and Mrs.: more youth and beauty Tuesday, afternoon from there with a brass band will Yours? ;r; L
that. it is Mess important about the Hatch, and ,theIr numerous -friends than can' be usually mustered proceed to the court house and meet ,J- II
location than abouttha roominess of in the service'and in civilian life will early as one o'clock for the the Confederate Veterans and Sons I
The lot. If>' I had my way about it,I unite in best wishes for, their happi linen so shower for Miss Ernestine of Confederate Veterans. ,
the new building should be placed i in ness. I IFordham who becomes "Mrs. Nathan A parade will be formed of the two
the center of a whole block. One of. of New Orleans" on :June 6. bodies of veterans and the sons of,' Watson Parker & Reese Co rw II I
the most serious mistakes made i in I NEW CITY'UADIES. FLINCH I The chief groundwork' the each and the march to the dummy, f' Ji I
the past was the failure to proriote ENTERTAINED BY MRS. BORN. decorations were ferns and pot, line station will take place. The train j ,
for the future, in a practical way.; I Mrs. Charles Born entertained the plants ma'ssed' everywhere which] will leave the station at 1 p. m for ]H
The new high school building lot New City Ladies: Flinch club last made the daisies in the recep Barrancas. SUCCESSORS TO GREE i & WATSON ,; ; 11
should provide 'ample room for evening from 3:30: to 6:30 In a pleas tion hall particularly effective.] The train will] stop at the big road
growth: for outdoor sports after it becomes ant way. +f Here at a punch bowl embowereoJ1: east Qf the naval hospital, where a 25 and 27 South Palafox Street I i
necessary to enlarge the build- Mrs. Born, was charmingly assistedby sweet peas, Miss Cora Nell.Hunt. procession will be_formed as follows: :
Ing. The, building should be ,ample] her sister Miss.Fannie Wahh, and lovely in a white "grandmother's Band. i,JI
... i JIIr.";! """"" ,=='' =M>= ;
Cot present probable needs and so her special guests"wers Miss Annie' swiss" and lace frock'; with 'a pink Army and Navy Detachments. !fi'"'i! M 1 1Journal's
constructed: that additions may be Hoffman of New Orleans, Miss Law girdle, and wearing pink carnations : tt "I
added without unnecessary expense, ..less Miss Georgia Boyer" and Miss in her hair-presided with 'girlish Army and Navy Garrisons. '"X7he- J 4 ]
and, without marring the architectural Edith Lusk": .' grace United Confe'derate Veterans. Daily Fashion FeMire, ;
beauty of the whole structure. There was.a full attendance of the Mrs. Rust Smith the charming; Sons of United) Confederate Vet '' t I

And the main building should not members anti during the interesting young hostess.and her pretty'honoree( erans. ,. Ice Cream i rt
cnly l>e. substantial but as attractive 'fame, refreshing lemon .sherbet was ,Miss'Fordham who received:also wore Sherman Camp Sons of G. A. R.
as possible with a solitiV architectural served and- after the flinch' delicious swiss beautifully :ffj;
; white "grandmother" Veterans. -- -- "
beauty that will have its effect on the ice cream and home, made take were combined with late, and :Miss; ::1 -' i With h li
Post. :;
prods and'tastes, of the children"They enjoyed. -. Fordham wore also a' large white hat. j Sherman, G. --I A. R. I J'
said much more, but it was The club's work for the Pearl On"arrival inside the cemetery the '1 "
The allin :
evident {that the others were impressed Eagan Home'met with great encouragement ,< The center dining piece room of was Ae center pink ta-ble( i troops' will half}' and open ranks, the Pure Fruit

by the third man's earnestness. and'' "o'ne',friend! of. the club" was a' vase 'of pink c!carnations'on anexquisite ..garrison of the?Atmy and Navy Union ::4 Jfj!t+
and I did wish all-three would go and gave ,a dollar. f :. 'I lace' pieceover pink 'satin: the, United Confederate and Grand ,

talk the matter-pver' with the school The'next meeting. I....will.be' with MriJ. Two large cake, ,the, candies and Army, of the Republic Veterans will Flavors.
. board, or even. with one .ot the memo .'C. Pebley. I I candles>were all pink:: and- the Ice( march to 'the monument to the rightof -r'l;
fi Th .subjeetiisVof ;jrastiimportancs 6.cHOUSE ... follow
era creams"were, pink and white. 'A delicious the.grand-) ,stand ,Troops will\ '", ,"
: to every family 34 the city. Ngreat COSMMrTTEk-Ta-GIVE chicken salad and other.dainties ;and will form in circle around the II i and made of pure Jersey t t'j j
foresight is required to :see that FIRST SUMMER'DAN.tE" AT were ,served by a quintette opretty mpnument. The services of the G. AEL cream makes a dish that n,l.
in fire years from now any site that COUNTRY'CLUB SATURDAY"The Garrison: 'of the Army and f
) young .girls, Miss Ella and Miss( 'and 'r is; at once tempting and <:j
may be chosen will be as increasedin house\epmraltee: start the( .Bes.sle! Jouessisters| of the hostess';; Navy 'Union will follow fAtter this healthful. Just what is i.i
value as it will be changed in'en- weekly su-mmer"; enteftaime&ts at the Miss ,Kathleen and :Miss 'Mabel Gonzalez the salute will,be fired in-honor of the I needed to cool you oft ,.. I. 'r\\.J
:vironment. And, if parents especially Country CluV-thiS' VeekW! \ giving the-( ) .J '! '
andTHIss'Me'htorSa' SUblette. j .i. r. .
; all dead 4 these hot days. Wellsend : 't
and citizens generally, persist in first dance. Saturday, afternoon, going I ;
in white: the Misses Gonzalez "
wearing General Services. ., I it out in any quantityso : 51
commenting !
only when Hhe school down on the { d'cloe trolley .
board will pink'girdles and pInk' ribbons.t: services will folio hn that you can have it ;:,
is "out of ear shot, it is to be After that :they entertainments Delightful music pianq and yip t The general 1;
on for dinners. Search t
hopes that the gentlemen composing be given .on lither. :Tuesdays or, lin throughout the afternoon added to the program is: your d
that important board, will bravely go Thursdays asxAUbe'dtChted later. I Iij' the pleasure of the guests: ,_ Prayer-Rev. ;Barton. W.,. Perry, D. / the world over and you'dfail : '
&._ i to find better cream .l ti..; '
ahead I
purchase not less than "block: e The bride-elect was 'certainly ). ;; ',xkKandy
In !the best location. available, build BROWN./STINi1R i "showered" with-all Address-John Stillman. anywhere. : .
handsomely sorts .
f it the ',.:.:'1,
n best possible building adopt WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT.Mrs. of lovely linen, both usefuland ornamental :Address-W. 'B. Saeppard.
ell to the purposes of a modern, pratFranca Philip Brown of 305 'West Romans that will longs- rre' to \remind lAddress! Judge J. RLandrum.. I, : : :
L, announces the approaching her of her girlhood!! friends.and :-Address-""Rev..J. A. Abbott.. f K--h en Cafe.f
marriage of her..daughter Mamye this particularly happy occasion. -\ddress-Howard Russell. F
/!/>uise and Mri Henry; C. Steiner on, +- Recitation 'Miss Catherine M. 104 S, Palafox. Phone 999 .
Wednesday, June'6 at 8:30: p. m. No : Ceruti. .t' ,
< i Mrs. F. M. Thigpen is visiting reI a- 1:1.:'. .
I Ellen Wentworth,Mrs. .
cards. lE''On'gsnss
n r. $
The hapPrcQ lple. ; -iU-reside in Mo-,, fives in Montgomery.+ V 'than: Mrs. J. C. Pebley, Mrs Forest. i 1'1'i 1'.J I '1
bile. Closing l 'Prayer-:iRev. Barton W.
,Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bonifar)are the
H Perry, D. D. ril
American happy parents of a beautiful little rf
FRIDAY EUCHRETO MEET daughter born May 22. Visiting: veterans, citizens and others;
.- : RACES fF
,WITH MRS. yrJI. WlALKER.. ': 4 are invited to participate in the exsrciseg !

The Friday_.Atfe oon..Euchre will Mrs. Andrew. T Sharpe wife of o : Those who attend are asked to( I
Potted Meatsand meet with Mrs Willie Walker 706 the rector of St. Katharine.left Tues. bring flowers to place on the graves;
East Wright this week ,instead .of, day for St. Louis. oj.-the fallen heroic,dead.-, Over eight . . .
with Mrs.; David ;Del Park
arranged., : ,- Mr. Willie White Kirkpatrick resigned buried' in the national cemetery,while CHEMISETTE_u___ AND ARMLET.SET.. .' Kupfrian's ft
.:/}- nearly 2,000 G.JA. ,R. veterans sleepIn ; I Iif
his position with ,the St/An-.
A BEAUTY AND 'A,. BEAST cSrews Gulf Steam Navigation Co. and the same burial ground. There_ nothing. particularly new is to be worn as

AMONG BARGIN HUNTING !bas -accepted another with ,S. P.Shotter As' all the graves receive the,same about the; lace .and.embroidery armlets with those new overdresses cutout in FRIDAY JUNE 1st 1
Canned SoupsAll Q3THAM SOCIETY- WOMEN. I, Company. :/ attention let us* therefore ,come together which 'the neckwear'departments a deep V or oval at the neck, and hav-( (!
Anyone who happened' 'to be in the veterans of the grey and ing for sleeves a rather abbreviated; BENEFIT M nj
time past
some: little
\Fifth avenue 'between! Forty-fourth Try Blue:Ribbon Vanilla'and'you'll blue.In the memorial' exercises to do. have shown for puff, banded closely about the upper'arm. a;
ready to ,serveThe and Forty-fifth; streets on Monday never go back to ordinary' extfacf f] Honor to our heroic dead. I but. the waist front or chemisette and As to material for their making, San Francisco Relief i
would readily"'have""understood why again. Absolutely pure and goes : j. C. PETTESBSON,. Commander! armlet sets are quite the latest innovation there is a choice of all-lawns, organ-
warm weather Is the Brooklyn Handicap was a social twice. far. /R. CASWELL' Adjutant. 1CJ1 !pear in this departmentof dies and batistes which may be tucked N !
co inset with insertions or otherwise;; ; 11J
failure so far as the women elementis women's wear. These are made Fund. ;
ming on and your cook concerned. Human' 'nature is pretty r ,- ; Given up to Die. wear'with the belted Eton jacket whento elaborated ur>on. I 1 9
will of course .expect to much the same 1nall: classes, and .---- : 1204 N. Virginia St., :.
,B. Spiegel
1-Free for all, 3-minute class, with t', _
take one day a week off there were to be: foundd some ot the Efvansville+ Ind.; writes: "For over and ,
out of it for good ,
in New York him out of his mundane retreat anyway-get : entries by Chas. Ryan, R. Lang- ;
fishing ;
best women troubled
for her picnic. It need gently struggling-toTeadrthe bargain leThe Best is What We Sell"The Qveyears! was with kidney -:witb.-- roa hooks and other in- do it gracefully and e.asily-and he, ford and Willie Connors. ', : '

not!: worry you, 'however. counter. The event .was 'a marked and bladder affections and which I lost caused flesh strume.nts "0[. 'modern harbarism, the says that it is almost invariably the'ru -Gentlemen's road race, 2 entries.
much pain worry. )is sent to the ..
We can supply you with down sale of'hats and wns-most1y Favorite] the end me "was all run down, and a year ago I thin'g: is going too ,far.tariff Dr.law,Fordhamwould shutting I legislature!e that when he is a man never heard fromafterwards for all, with two crackerjack: -S S/J'J'3Free
hats. It was not ubrcly advertised to abandon work entirely I had also a entries. : ;
that is an
and easy
of Florida that ,
bidden the state
butregular customers ;were out from
fannedPartridges through the medium of :engraved in Fastidious J three of the, best physicians'who did II water, known as the "Mobilian,"i to drop out of sight "Running race, 2 entries. i
meno: good and I was practically given Ala Races will be called at 2:30: p. m :
vitations., rTh street': scene suggested to die. Foley's Kidney Cure which fce':. ays, Is shipped from 1 !:1tI
sight inside of the Florida
,a wedding"and"'the; bama as competitor ,
commended and the first bottle '
,' of ; fashion- wave "Fordham's second reason IMPORTED PANAMA KATS AT THE I ADMISSION 50c
the store reminded & -a and gopher Dr; f II
Chicken Duck Beef able,wedding reception"' one' hour'' 'i aye me great relict after taking :for the contemplated candidacy Isi! M. & O. CLOTHING STORE $3.50
bottle I was entirely curd I
the, carriage man ''gave out over: a S PICKLED 'the"second." Tor_ sale by W. A.. D'Alemberte. that he wants to leave the county j), WORTH $5.00. Ladies Free. t' j
hundred "chec"ks"aWthercall: ;: with _
etc. at lOc and 25c the megaphone was kept. busy.. f 11
JUST RECEIVED GENUINE Ply t4Y Y'W9 1r4- *1 y.n""If.m Jn" .
Imagine woinea with' unlimited allowances S PANAMA HATS THEM. JAtJBBB.nH-n: : : : :::tJtI;... : 1 ttt ::"O..t n"u.u-t-f-n--trH'fJt-: : ... -
in IMPORTED AT )_ ( INU-.r. INI i( A JIiXdiXFKXlRRLltlTlt "' 1

per can. favor. of a making."thirty' dolla'r"quick hat''decision Just b>,: LAMBS '& 0. CLOTHING STORE; .$350 firmly believe we are better able to sell you a j
cause It bore--a-tag-marked: $24.501 .
and all kinds of Then imagine -these same women, i iI I APi L J ,
soups which require only risking ten times the amount at STOCK OF $3'.50AND : FOR YOUR HOME
'same night for that Is $4.00 ..
the : ;
to bridge' .
ready; be heated to serve.and they Just the are that probably so m just ny fwhajt of -the.;; happened;Bridge ,players seeing TONGUES: : I 289.' WM.JOHNSON' & SON. 21 m t" than -nyot: -t ier dealer anywhere. Our belief is based upon the fact that f / ', .

thing for picnics too (were in thecrush.. counterto I ; ., DR." : FORDWAM', POLITICAL S PECULIAR PLATFORMThe I' we carry .only pianos of known worth. The kind that has been tried X ifw( ..:

Elbowing another,and herwavfromone dashmVu'p: and down ,- right here at home, and elsewhere, and 'not found wanting in tone, construction 1 i
elevator J.iW' JIrs, Bobby Put up 1n| glass Jars at.,. : / Mobile. Register: saysDr.. W.. a 1 -f "'
Gpelet!in an She was: haudS tIi lt dressed 'IAppetIzing i F FvfFordham, of, Pensacola, is making: : : or finish. Drop in any day and.try a I rl4'.

..ta red affair,, :trimmed and satisfying 'i l a visit of a few days to Mobile. He ,-. -- .. "
and her h ;
Sol Calm ft Go with red blue'Ana.green'".wings- wasa Dunkle's Celery Salad..309. : has decided( to become candidate for ](ramie: & Bach: Lester, Packard Cassell, Clutter i L -
becoming-ornament-,40-one; of the \ I II the legislature from his county, and '

most stately' and''beautiful :women in ,i I'" t his platform: is certainly for a Florida most novel W 'We also have a number of rare bargains second hand pianos waiting ID J Jfor }
fc>w York She attracted no end of on protection the. go >
The Pure Food Store, attention from1 other;>bargain 'seekers pher.!' Dr. Fordham says, it is a someone. I i 'k,
and she smiled'when--tome;one said ROSENfiU ,& HERELDS,: shame the way the unregenerate mercenaries II.. "r1f4 J 1,"' -
"Do' try On.this hat, Elsie.. -I.am,, sure of tha present day are slaughtering : 1141168. Palafox St. wt.
Southwest Corner Palafoi and !
Intendencla : and Largest :
was one of that festive animal which has \ Oldest PhonelS )f_
it was made forVouJ? The Music House in Clutter Music House e :
those big black ..affairs: :she t used to Fancy Grocers* ifrom time immemorial tickled the. Florida PENSACOLA '
Phones tJ 78 80 (wear on the:occasion(; ;flf her first i epicurean taste of the genuine Florida: I, GEO. W. ,C. ,CLUTTER, Tres. B. E. CLUTTER Sec. fril ffi!s
visits to New'York;;.before; she met Phone 391. ,Pensacolsi c cracker. It h all right the doctor "
I Bobby1 Go*teat,: d rthlflVfshj wore I aye, to dg holes and Jet the gopher.' UBt .::HHBft:' n:*g&gj&n&i&g:; >: yi& :: tf::. ,,! ::: J:'H:uUE"" *P !!: =- t ,
one the day she" y sUed'the business. -=- ... .tunsble, into them., but. when it comes, \A JI"" : .,
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Every Advertisement .in: These ColuthnsMRead: :. by

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f : Lots Lots !II! F({)), Jr518ill, :, il e. H.omes-t" -Suit I II list til'Desirable Property For Sale

: A RENT RECEIPT IS I : !- I : ..
Everybody. ., t .i. ,y _
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t_. ,; : : :. .,. .-:*f 'i i- .- ,
FOR SALE I Ir f _Adesi.rtplec\| '.: .JKCperty. with 145 ..ft frontage on E.
J 50H.r@ E.J t_;[. J! 1J, t.-t"
St. to Union with two
LIKE A GOLD BRICK. t : on comer three Wright. Convenient Depot storebuildings
13% lots in block'158," New City. :USOG---New: iota cottage East,Hill.JpoOOrrGets '.and'a 'dwelHng upon: same.-. .. .. . .$11,500
: : near car, -
I''at $60 $70'an'4 $80, These are beautiful- -- Jots for dwelling' ,. ; Chouse's ,nd 6lotP1 25- beautiftti"'lptafrtjnting: both Baylen and Palafox streets, on

purposes. ..... !:: -. '-. "4ld. ,.locality, ; .fronting ; Jhardi NorthHillVl.; ; .?%.. ... .. .. .. '. . . 4,000Largeonestory
Lob 1 to 5, block 148| New City, "street1* Bargain.=- i' -' 'dwelling on DeVilliers street near Garden St.,

- $ IooASH ; sold 'at.once: ,. $175:00: ;per'lot. A $5500-Etegant.'Scstory; :hom: large lot with: Jot: SOxlSQ/-. ./C".' :" ... . . . .. 3,350
:You've got nothing to show for it but 'U lot Yof experience Lots 16 to 22, block 65, :.West 1f1'. .mod rn:. It you* want a nice Ten lots: !In.block; 150, New City Tract, each 40d37n.: . 800

- -and. Inmost instances very unpleasant experi Tract: J350.00. ? "" .'pfcfce'this is' I-deal. .Block -NewC1t7\TraC: containing lots convenient to
ence. Yet, in the time you "are'buying this enjleasant and 50 cents r week ; 5.; .:' -' }&OOHSets'anewK2H''story' 15 room- East- tIur str etcar11e. and also Baybu..3,
experience you could be buying yourself a home, and pe; ; We have.any.number of- ts1n good :;. ,nsW houseallrkaprotements.. Two-story: dwelling ""North! Barcelona St., near Gregory. 2,500
, have something to show for your money, a tangible j' ': locations in any part'of town desired. ', overIoRIngthbay' with no 'oh.strnctio North west'quarter' of block 60,-West King Tract containing six

something that would always represent; pleasant -exedences. No 'Taxes !: For particulars and prices apply to l, near car, includes- 5 lots. .: i:.' .. '.i i. ... .. ... . . .'. . . 450
If you are not already a .homeowner, ., '. -- r; lots. I -" Two cottages o'n.'West/Zamfeossa St., centrally located and

better see us. and select something that can .be had No Interest;! : WANTED--iFor desirable; customers- good< jentersj for the:,.two. .. . . . . . 1,250
on good terms. It will be worth more than you '- .. '.homes;' prices, .between. $1500. Large one-sory .'anda: half dwelling at 331 East Intendencia St,

pa'.d! for it lon'g before it is paid for; On East Hill between !' .' and 35t)0.4) lot 40x170.. .,7 ','' ?. .. ... .. . . . . 1,200
MONEY TO LOAN "in large or small

;". Stoddart's and Railroad, I McDavid-Hyer Company, : '. Amounts, long, and short .time. H00T0N & WATSON

have 300Jots aboye.prices Agents New York LIST your property, with us for sale..

and terms. They will double. Life Insurance Company. \ Leading Bleat Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.

Pensacola Investment Company in value,before paid.fQr. 3 E: Governm'ent Street L. S. BROWN &, CO. .
Phone 700. Pensacola Fla. .. PHONED No; 87 5. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L,"

7k M m* mm vaanm PV* .
Phone 918-
H. City Manager. 291Thlesen: Bldg.

.w. n. MOWLE, fresidenL( fc'B. SIMPSON, Secretary. LESLIE E. BROOKS FOR SALE '. ," .... '

- J:L STILLMAN, WFres. and Cea. Manager.Kael KNOWLES HYEE Trauarar. Boardand Rooms. -LOST

Estate, Loans, Ienera'nweafmenfl., .Fisher Building New eght: room house with hall, 10thAre. pn jjum rrnJu JUL.-- tnstfuuJjJ.nntaJoAibs diamond
Phone462.. w\h'
J 1Hf.LP'WAN'TED and l&th St. This place has to be WANTED-iM 226 N. Al-1 DOST-'Pans -br a.3t pn' either on

215 South Paiafox Street Pensaeola, ,Florida.SavThgsi. seen to 'be. appreciated. ., ..$1750 canlz-" street; n ce',. ool rooms, good in center caliriel'; lostMonday>' Tarra'sona,, or railroad -
"DoraDonaldson' on
table: terms 'reasonable.. Mrs. depot
,, Lots 3, 4 and/5, block 140, New wharf, or' possibly at WiUichsjboom.
---.'- _,_ 27mayl6tj
City.- .. . .|60Q; Reward. .tor 'return this! office.
blacksmith. AP FURNISHED ROOMS -with without "
WANTED Colored ; or ] -
Addition -
Blocks 125 Petterson 30mayl2
ply A. Willis, Century..,Fla.- : and 126 board.. Central location, 1 block' .
30maylw. water: front new six room fronrpbstoffice: Mrs. Mamie Cole, 116!! LOST-On East Hillcar Friday(after-j

I \\'lAaVl'-ED-Young man:"tO'do, billing house. on same. ;. ; '. ..$1,600 :y;..; Jnteodencia St. 23may2w 1 i I 'noon between'six: and-seven with!

and-stenographic work in wholesalegrocery Block 63, East King Tract.$2,600Lot ," ,!i white'muslin"dress, new. trimmed .
A Home RENT-one..or two fur-< late. Regard for returti'to 322 "VI
house. Address P., 0. Bpx 83 7 to 14. inclusive, block., 171, FOR newly i 27may
; 'nish d front rooms southernexpos-i: : I .
Cjty. : 29mayI NewClty. . .... .. .,.-$1,6oo : : ; : s'tick
lire; with'privilege'of phone. Location i I LOfirr-A"'gold 4 leaf'donr pin,
OVER 10,000,000 AMERICAN PEOPLE PAY INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE : WANTED good-cook at once. Manor nearbusiness
desirable and ;center -;i :with diamond; in center; lost'Tues-
AND ARE PREPARED FOR THE EXPENSES!: OF SICKNESSAND woman. Apply 227 E. Intendei( J.A. WJLSON&Co. ,.' 422.V Gregory .&: ISmaylwl: I I day- :while on depot"car; Reward fort
DEATH. cia St. 29may3t*. >1 I return to W.' 'W. ;R1h .bfs; :at court
FJRNISHBDROOfS4ientrally 10-, '
Real Agents ;i i-lmayl
Estate house. .
; ,
|M1-\.NTED-50 Laborers., Apply at cated. 'Be'st-Tooms-in cool r -
., ; 'I" On North Tenth
AmericanUfe Insurance once. Goulding Fertilizer Co. 27n| Building elean beds.., .Apply '128 JEast Goit- LOST Gold filed -watcix arid fob; El- Avenue
Company Salisbury Room 7 Six rooms .aid} hail, with five large
WANTED Practical turpentine ernment. St 4maylm. : gin orks; 15 jewels. Initials on lots, for IMMEDIATE sale at
woodsman at nce", good salary for .., ... I I fob J. C. P.'number of case ,6118382
I Is the only straight life, legal reserve company organized In Florida. first class .man. .Apply Rose & Dasher THREE! PLEASANT ROOMS to tent number pf works -7548609 $5.00 reward $4,300All

HOME OFFICE TAMPA. CAPITAL STOCK $500,000 Point Washington. Fla. 26maj3t. [ Wanted :With-privilege! of light. house keeping for return 1 to. "Williams i store, .

; 301. W- Ch se. Japr Jackson and PeViliers, & : 23maylw .
I ,,: wWI=w=fl= I. .. ." property In the 'Jhxent tract,
ISSUES ENDOWMENT AND LIFE POLICIES FROM $50 $10,000 WANTED At once good house mart' -
TO W l'ED-EverybMy' and FURNISHED west, of "C" street for sale.
to call NICELY ROOM for '
Apply at 619 N. Palafox.: 20may .rent LOST -, Pensacola Office Brosnaham Building see the Perfect Pantry. : Lawhornand on North Hill .far. line; location enamel on fac ,- and' engraved on
Blackburn agents 109 .E. Government very' : 208W. Gadsdenstreet.
WANTED\ : -Girl to learn tailor tradeApply ; deslrable.A4py' : back. ,Re.war'd' for retort. Sol' Cahn .& REAL ESTATEof
at once' to J. Weiland. 132E. .-- ,. street. < -'. 27rnayim'1 ./ 25aprll. ., Co.'s store. - i7may I
Intendencia St. 26maylw all kinds: ; business properties, lots,
WANTED 12 or -14.foot Skiff. Apiply PLEASANT place to board on r i etc. Don't buy or rent until you have

For Farm Turpentine or $700Buys TakIINcwAN'1'ED-'we can glv'4 stating particularsand"' price. Hillon, car''line.- Address No.1, HOTELS; found what we have to offer.
fhos. 3t Pal fox. 4 .
C. Watson. S. Journal./
care, : 27mar
Timber Lands steady employment for twelve.;I t :" .aarLnNflftnIw11Jt J-nr JLt JJVUV -

LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITY, five room cottage near R. R.' fifteen, logging teams. Short; baI r. 27 may. i.-. I Old newspapers! at.five cents a bundle CJCfMlMER.CIMj; HOTEL- '-DFuniak, Fisher Real Estate Agency

Call on or Address shops $100 cash The rest on monthly good gro I.d. Call on or write R. A; OUR .MOTTO:- Honest weight and at this office.. They. are all clean FlaNew nianagenicnt; 'newly. furnished I I
- payments. Come quick and look it & R. H. Bonifay McDavidr Fla. honest dealings. California EYB'po.rated -, and nice. ; free bath aixd's'ampl9; room*; COLLECTION! OF RENTS A

Turner & Armard over. 21may. :, l Peaches, 15c pound2;: Ibs. - good meals and goad*,beda. Traveling SPECIALTY.
for 25c California.ETiporated: Prunes
; solicited- 'Rates |2
Real Estate and Abstrat Co. $175. men Especially
t6 London Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox St.
WANTED Men and boys wanted lOc per.lbs.t3 lbsfpT"25c! ; fine
P. 0. Box 115 DeFunlak Springs Fla :Per lot buys 12 lots on North Hill, near learn plumbin'g, plastering brick Layer Raisins Zlbs.! for.25c; Heinz Apple Miscellaneous per. tj'y. Mr .,)!, H. tanley. Prop.
car line North DeVUlers. : &fW -- 29may.. ,., _
Scholat. crock E. B. Hoffman j
laying. Special offer life .B tter. per 40c. EXCURSION TO SANTA! ROSA ,.ISSteamer. _- I
ship fifty dollars easy payments; & Son 57. E.. Gregory.. St. Phone LAND-frhe .CapL Fritz MoCASKJLL HOUSE,,Preepoi't" ,.F1a- FOR RENT
C. R. YAEGERNo. position and union card* guaranteed; 825. I 15maylm Good meals, :'good beds, patronaseof. --
,!will -run. excursion,- from- Frespbrt. RENT brick warehouse
free catalogue. Coyne Bros. Trade -a traye'lingpublicsolicited.: Rates FQR -iLarge
202 Theisen Bldg. Phone 686. Schools, New York Chicago! Lour.i WANI'. -The pub1!? to know that I to the island, leaving Freeport Friday $2.00 ,per day;; tMrs.. M. McCasklll, 50x75, on side track. Central pa:
ISmayly. the Pensacola Building Association June 1, returning Saturday. Fare; Prppiieiress, 27may of city. Addlress Box 712, City.
hag decided to follow the lead of the roundtrip JLOO. 27maylwving : SOmaylw.(
WANTED: :-:Everyone' to know that PARK! HOTEL-wty pay 12.50 pw
progressive youtfg men who have established I FOR REm'--i
Irs. F. C.
Swift's ,
The Journal has nice clean papers .,that modern and up-to-date 'PXE-lia ,jnsialled. machines ,dayrwhen you"SOC'. Cooiest "pace in I I lust 3 miles out west of city ov -.
and bed for
for sale cheap. Only five cents for the manufacture of !
thoroughfare, DeLuna street, and that galvanized
Will Double In 1 taflgorbut and get I looking the bayou Chico. Lariei
Pensacola, and !
bundle. .you
a they are ,an up-to-date and modern \cotntce-skylights, cornice jgutters -
: : what you \ran '1o eat. One block from!i roomy house. Just the pJace to spe n
V firm and have taken offices ,-circular mouldings etc., I now
; am. '
'' I the summer. !Apply to W. E. ( 'th'-,
WANTED-: good nurs : C. stofftce. .. : 22mar
at 210 DeLuna 3 St., and are; prepared ,to do sheet,,metal work of p at Gas office. 30maJ.j
H..Turner, corner Strong and '
ready to serve the public in! air kInds on short ,noti"ce. Satisfaction1 SUMMER, ..BOARDEaS: : Hotel'
: Value Inside len Sts. 8may the building line. General contractingand assured. Estimates cheerfully Hyatt is now-open for spring and summer FOR SALE OR RENT-A five room:

0 W AN'IED-First-cl ss narber for colored repair work a specialty plans given on work in or outside the lty. trade., .People who ".wish' to rest cottage with !bath and gas. Nr.

trade. Ring 1810- 1 ring or and .SP cUica.Uonsturn1shed, with estimates Chas B. Vetter 18 W. Intenden'cia.Phone698. and-build up; the 'Hyatt isthe, place. 1107E.. Cervantes street Two bloc
call at Sylvester Campbell Store near on short .notice. Jas. rMJohnson 25maylm Hotel Hyatt i| the best and most up- from street car. Apply to H. W.
dummy depot Warrington Fla. Mgr. 8may to-date- hotel north' of t Atlanta; beautifully Gibbs, care of Forbes Store.
of YearThat A t ___I 26maylm.
a n apri. Ibciled;, plenty to'eat; good
Save both by conferring with us WANTEn-Second. hand furniture SANTA ROSA-Pavilion* L. S. S. offers spring water; cool nights; perfectly: FOR RENT-Very cheap, a delightful;
when REAL ESTATE. See bought. and sold. ; 754 the best .acco.mlI odation' for ltoes malady a
out to buy .Ring phone healthy; no moM ; no' ; location on bay shore close to electric
us about some of the following: WANTED or call at 112 S. Tarragon?. St. H., C. bathing and recreation to.be found,on home-like place to. rest; ; ?7 miles ,
N. DeVillier renUng Is what a great deal of real estate -. the Gulf of Mexico. Launch Lecl Ir car; bathing and fishing. Fine
Store street --- N.railroad.D.
fumttwnnwuwtfuwuwLr wtrLr %nnr WI O'Hara. 2may north of AtIant on'I;,
for S180 per year. i. ...$1500 In Pensacola is 'going to do and leaves city wharf"daily "at 8:00 a. m. -II. Hyatt .Proprietor,.ElW&y, Ga. place for camping parties, with pleat
House on North "C" street cheap some of it is in the following list: SITUATION: \ WL.\N'I'EI-Expert! bookkeeper SURETY ON 1D6-The American Phone 659. Chas. H."Burton, Mfcr. : of house room. Apply Fisher: Real

at. ... .. .. .. .. .. .$600 Half block In New City fronting audits opens. c'.oses keeps Surety Company, of New York IS 12may. 19m'aylm. 4 Estate Agency* 206 Palafox St.
House on East Aragon street only Calalonla! 's uare..' .,, .. _. .. .$750 small sets or any temporary worfc, F. prepared to execute at this city without OLD MILL INN-On bay front. Opens,, 25may.
- .-'" .. .... i" ... .. .$650 Half blo k in East King Tract, In W. Riley 204% S. Palafox St.- SOmay delay Bonds and Undertakings required If_ you will look around -the house, June 1. Large, airy and delightful I
- 98.acres. of good farming land, a settled neighborhood.$700 WAOTBD-JExpert bookkeeper in the courts..and for the performance you'will. find a lot of.'ways in whicli! ly cool. Good fishing bathing: and FOR RENT-Two story 8 room hou;;e,

S bargain ... .. .. ... .. .$1000 SITUATION of contracts.: Wm. D. Howe, you can use old newsPap'ers. You : boating. First class table. On electric f with gas, hot and cold water, and ali\
Four blocks In West Kng! Tract, One-fourth block on Toledo square, and general office man. attorney 14% E. Government St. can buy"thenr. any, quantity at this car line, 15 minutes ride ftom city. other modern conveniences. ArldrpsJ
each.. ... .. .. .... .. .$1000 New City .1 .. . 7. .$800 1,i dress, X care Journal. Ad-I 2maylm. office" They are put :up in bundles I I Regular boarders 7and' transients.'1 lor' apply 41 E. Chase street. lOma'I

:' We have numerous other properties Lots'ori'"l1th"nd f2th avenues,New ;WIA.NTElJ'rellable ,convenient to carry and sold at :five Terms reasoD ble. Address' Old Mill.i I _.
listed with us and it would pay City at. ., .. :, . .$200' nurse to stay : WANTED.-All .fcinos or electrical cents per bundle.MATTRmsES Inn, 'Pensa ol Fla. 4may FOR RENT-Elegant two-storv re> -
on premises. Apply 712 North Bar '
you to consult us before making your 200x132% ,feet on East Hill car celona. work. I sell all kinds;of' electrical MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTELlarkes j deuce, corner Strong and Spr4.ngSt.!

InvestmentWe line .. ... .. .. .. .$1250 29may3 batteries and otherelectrical: supplies. AND .F URN1TU1t-, yille,Ga. Nestling, among'the mountains -> Apply to C. H. Turner. iflmay
are in receipt of advices from WANTED position cook in railroad When you need me ring .345 or 955. Mattresses made to.order i t '
Lots in East King Tract or- West ; old onesrenoyatei. of North Georgia. An'ideal place! FOR RENTTwoeryaesirab.estores
: E. W. Peake; new .Star Laundry building
the fife insurance "camp'or saw mill- Address New ticks
represented King Tract. very cheap and on easy I E. G rden. i. 15dee. : .faniished. to rest. Scenery:; and climate unsure I on first floor of Manhattan
by us "That all losses in California "Cook: care Journal. 25maylw'* Second hand furniturebought"
terms. 'Improved property In West ? ... and passed. Beautiful-walks' drives. hotel. Corner Garden and Bayien
;conflagration will be promptly King Tract, netting 10 per cent. on Investment WANTED-Your COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressing sold. .Upholstering! and repairing done., 365 feet piazraa. Accessible. .jto ..many Just completed and arranged In'fin
paid and that THEY WILL 'CON.tflNtT stenographic' work. i 114 E. ..Belmont., cify'phone; 111.I .
Pensacola and Cleaning Club; 212 N; DeV1l1ers points of; Interest. No. mO quI oes. class shape. For terms, particulars.etc. .

JNDE3CNITY TO FURNISH AGAINST ABSOLUTE LOSS BY'IB3 See us In regard to Lake View Hay. 315i S. Palafox Typewriter St. Phone Exchange 379. St., Mrs:solicited T. J: Davis satisfaction: Prop. Your patronage I I.Davis. Mfg. Co.; C. T. Davis. : Mgr._ Excellent ,table' ., \ ,, $maYlni. ., apply Hooton & Watson. 29Apr

; guaranteed J"- -
AS THEY HAVE DONE FOR City en Property.and is on-.Bayou Prettiest Tcxar place in New 23may. .Careful attention given ladies', .TAILORING' L. Diamond, Tailor. -BROWN HOUSE -DeFunlak- f ,:Springs. FOR RED.T"f-Second story over LJa-
ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS. I Gents' clothing cleaned pressed and '
I I garments Phone 1222. Sfeb Good beds airy ,rooms elegant denstruth's Jewelry store. Sultas.a
Protect your home and business WANTED-To hear from- some 'one repaired on short'notice.. No. 11% free' v for offices, sleeping quarters or storage -

- against loss by fire by insuring with D. Hale Wilson & Co. that .wants cash a New; .In rnational Encyclopedia W.&NTED-We want your orders ,joi West" Government St. enzaoola. .Fla Special meals; attention bath to.and. .tjaye.llcg iampl, ? rooms.men. rooms. Lee Daniell. 24apf

BS. or Credit Idee.
Phone 234 15 South PalafoxFORSALE Waddell Box 618 phone 668; J. B., 1907 Art Calendars: Over 300 '"original Rates $2.00 per. day.., J..," R. Brown,I FOR .RENT-8-room, 2-story Cottage
16may2w OJ< designs to select from. All Prop. Z18 ". W"" Belmont Apply to WaJ erIngraha.m.
: ESCAMBIA REALTY CO., prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pens Oola. : j. ffi :.PORTER s1XmaK: r. 716 So th I Apni2tt

16feb.WANTED. ;'f: Palafox- treeL Orders taken for HOTELS AND;'BoiR.i:>INa HOUSES
204/2 S. Palafox Street. WANTED The public to for
know' that A. R.'BINGHAM has storage room
p tents, awnings camp stools and house :
laylpg-yonr/carpet matting
Telephone 1052. we can do all kinds; of repairing or rent suitable for furniture or other
General agents for State for Home float building horse ,shoeing. ; etc. J. .-Electric work of.ah kl t ,cots..' :etc... Prices'reasonable." Sljan.. .buy, a- _UppIy'pf.,&Jd newspapersto goods, 104 and 106 South Tarragona
life"'Insurance Co., of New York G. Welsh Carriage Co. -27frt Let us clean-your fans reair your i SHIP' CHANDLERS-TMcKinzIe Oert4 put underneath and protect Only. St: Phone 630 covWANTED.ReaIEstateTorsaeQt
All kind of real estate for sale or dynamo da your 'wIrin.:.. etc. Paon! $; lug & Co., wholesale and retail'ship five cents a-bundIe--at: this office.FERRELL -

- ROUND TRIP SUMMERand rent. lots.North.Some.Hill very and choice East Hill ones vacant at- MATTRESSES RENOVATED,. .New 570. Peusacola; Electric Co.. 205 8.1 'cbilndrerll: and grocers, only 1irst- las ; HOTEp-fSniada.. Florida. rent leasg: or exchange. Your!bo1-

good bargains for homes or investment teed.tick Crapet furnished taken if desired., Guar xj. Bayl n. .. f : I ,house. -of kind. in city.- Fair- prices' to alt. Rates $2.08 pet :day.. Nice rooms, ness respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson
up andinaUlnglaid Transfer, MILTON:- UPHOLSTERING; SHOP- good; beds tab e, the best 'J. M. Ferell. Real: Estate Agent, 22H w G7'
CONVENTION RATES if desired.' Leave. orders' at: ANTED.--Tbe: Merchants '
One large lot on.R R. good factoryor Green &. Watson. .Phone197mw Co. wants your moving and bauUnf -HWUHe] < Mimi, Proprietor.' Furniture .Prop. I7apr eminent Street, Room 7, Salisbury
; warehouse site. One water front T. B. TAG repairing of ,aU ..kinds carpetslaid building. Phone 172. 23Jan
_ Round trip summer excursions:from AH breakage JTEL VERNON Rates' |2 per day.
- east to Pacific coast and lot that a purchaser could make no WANTED!: All owners >f. ;poultry 'to .!J&. Prop. Phone 97I.- 'lSJunelm.1WANTED.Haullng ," furniture packed for shipping Special.rate}jpy',week Special a- = / -
al1 points: mistake to buy. One 40-acre farm know that we are agents'for the cep I Phone! 63. Next, to Tampa Landing.. tentjon to trayfillnf'men.: 'Free
from June 1 to sample -
northwest September ao 'Mtjv utdla
15, with special stop-over privileges., sacola. room. I ?r'P'll Prop. __ "
Guaranteed to cure cholera, h
rupe work: Office phone 363 residence
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*ood returning to October 31, 1906. Four choice :brick :business houses gape and' to kill, fleas,.,Ie: and ,mites. phone 390. Acosta & White 22-2*. N. '. 'CARRIAGES :repa1red'and! repainted: 15apr. .. :! / :MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows
N. E. A. meeting at Los Angeles on. Palafcpc\ St., for. sale. Fine invest Also their'wonderful:egg .producer. FS. /: Tarragona' st. ..25mw.WANTED. Floats built to" order; Horse shoeing HOTEL SOtffttERNH all the money from Jno. A. Hail: &

July, 913. ment property.. Few choice offices Mellen ,&. Ca ,Phone:No. 134. ',: a specialty." J. 4 G. Welsh Carriage year. Amercin.ind"!| Bur pbD plan: CoO -18 E. Government str t.Vb1'1
Elks meetln'g at.Denver Colo., July- for rent ..... : 18apr. v. .' ,." .1 .-The public to know that Cp. V 27febREGULAR. Special'-'su u 1er falas First-class In la need call on u.. 9f blm
1621. :.Turpentine ill 'tiJi and I : l' be bought, tt every 'resp ot.,. Flejuitt 'and 'conven -
tnen get ,:;, old newspapers can HACK LINE- From Chipleymaklng' -
Summer rates to Colorado June 1 have- good turpentine business for The best.meats .will net; cost jrou this office for five cents: a bundle.. They, ..connections with mail ient Mrs;. T: 'I* .>> "Wen, '.prop.;Pen: M9NEY LOANED on all kinds of perpoaal -

to September 30. sale cheap. IlL crops -boxes plenty more Than the: poorest.tndi! |:: yon are. all,clean and nice/ laUh h. for'points' 'on St.Andrews bayl sacola,Y1a::. 15apr -property on shprt notice
Hotel Men's Convention Portland round timber jease' on which" together I buy at 'the. right Iace., ; .YegeUblej! ; Extra teams foftraveling men. Good CENTRAL,.HQTEI :7CH.ipLETTOp.depot Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., t W.

Ore.. June 25-28. with boxes good .seven'years* longer.Write'or"cati"and poultry beef;, pork, 'etc JSartland! Wpfl'ED-To sell a.1OJ'0oid papers horses, coniforlable.vehicles.. ; Caooni4diess' t. tgil: .i'Bd? w U"li'! te>

Use the splendid through serviceof u '!! see' schedule, of Zellus, cor. Baylen 5n !ntend ncI ;.j ,at'5c a 'bundle. Apply. af this of- J. C. ,Sinclair Chipley,FlaiTetephoneW74. : room .' Fre .|finj>l8 room.JleaU at MONEY TO LEND-On good real @*
the Southern Pacific from New Orleans }property.. Phone -1182. fice.: They are all whole, 'cleannice. 'bA \ .
; 2apr all hpurs. S iJ.,{ \enuo to trareltogmen. tate security, .or on good. C oJlateT3L
r Union Pacific from. Kansas _-l : .' .. tti >$>6.r.a 1. J.,)L Tug.. at lowen1 tatiia. LeslIe E. Brooks
City or Chicago. ". Tl: ,CRAWFORD ;HAND CLOTHING WANT.11 11SOOOND _''-;' .- -.-- .-.- -- ---I -' gle Prop. '.. <>\ :;. ....L. Umarim Fisher building.MONEY %1j
Pullman tourist from '
Through cars ED-Highest p 1ce' pitd-oi genia :r '
FoundFOyJD 'atter1i
!Washington Atlanta, Montgomery, 3i54.uth pil tfoz Street. clothing only. Sell second'hand NOTICE; 1 : CHIPLEY: ROTJf : ? \, LOANED on all kinds o! P!!*
W UL. $. LJWflflJ'$1P-&JVUVUWJW. 1J"u w.j -
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'We wish to Inform the ,public Jthat Prop. Special station to commercial notica
etc., and from St. Louis and Chicagoto Dress su:1s'for rent, 9 EL fnte dencii:: : onal Prop rtlm short
California. we..have:. no connection with, any Otherconcern. : -One blaek! and tan dog. Owner traveler fl'e, Sample and bath Terms easy. J. W. Bollard, upst&1t.

Write me for literature and Infor ., ._ ----,-- WANTED: -To bur"id :gold and HP .!' mi.) have"same.by!applying ai.43 rooms. Large' rpoi8. -wltht.io6d'beaa. %aiL South Palafox St.. Phone un
mation. NOTICE T ver broken up stufTlregafJlels: of THE, JOHN WHITE STORE, : Ft.Gregjl1.and.paying:: cost of this n&: Ilper day. -. 13martq 6 f
.t es. Cash 'paid Llratmaa &Klein/;: 1' James A. White. Mgr. the.- 25ntay -
: oaa
3. F. VAN RENSSELAER., -V I : Bt Y ,H9Tpuirpp> .JJptand day. UNLIMITED amount or money to
E. : 1187.WANTED. .
General Agent 'B. I*. Gladden' no-longer In -our, Wright Phoae'* EUrbp'3apR: CffB.s' Jlffct. 'and on all klnda' of .personal property.

124 Peachtree St, Atlanta.. Ga. employ. i, I X- R, Blngtim irantr. GENUINE IMPORTED PANAMA iTSAT, THE M. &. 0. CLOTHING cleatL Trajsieniirtde solicited. Special rates to business men on large
TL 0. BEAN. T. P. A. HOOTON. & WATSON, I JOur.nioTmg ahd iiullagl ;.He'gut' HATS AT THE M.'i O. CLOTHJNG.. GENUINE IMPORTED PANAMA 575-573 S.-Paa i pxJwt 8. ,l'ncol&u.,, Joans. The New York Loan Co., 2O4!;

: Q. W. ELY. T. $ 'A, llmaylw. 'i5i'" .- '. antees- all breakage ptone- 6S,. STORE $3.50 WORTH $5.00. STO: E $ .50, 'WORTH' $5.00.: Prop.. ,:. ; -;, .,-f South Palafox.
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Thousan4s: : ; H"Day.'WH :AwLookini 'for'Bargains II 1 ?M

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wanted,. ,.PoraIoJUJW .. McMillan' Bros Co. .... ,
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-Bicycle, good as new; ;
WANTEDIN ESCAMBIA COUNTY V cheap for; ash., -'l Apply Marrlon- :

C urry Co., next to Moore Ice Co.. wt IAUSLEY ci

ALA., ESCAMBIA COUNTY, FLA., OR Jarden St, V somay., Arrived.- COMPANYj T G. YATES M. D,, : j

SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA, :FOR &i-ine.1.rje.youug V "Srookewood,> Br:, s. 887. Brown: i Ii
mule' Rio Janeiro to W. S. Keyser Comfpany.f V V V '. ; OPTICIAN t: i

FROM FIVE TO TEN THOUSAND I;heap sound,if as sold a dollar at once.. only. Ad4rMula Iyears'old' ; ; to Sava Master., Ital' tk V > 1161 Cofiero, Naples', I COMMISSION: ;, BROKERS, 306 THfESEW BUILDING .' :]{

ACRES OF LAND 'WITH FIVE" TO care JouinaL ,.1. V .gOmaylw... ..*.. '. M.QWIIEIALABAMA., V Cleared.', |:t 1'WEST i INTENDENCIA STREET( FENSACOIA, FLA. ''

YEAR TURPENTINe' PRIV. SAI.lEn Ida, sp ss,21, Arano. for, Lver- 'WM D HOWE, jV: V
: Leghorn i
Plymouth pool with 772 sq bales cotton, 2 round
(IIEGE, WHICH WILL ,CUT AT.-i Rock chickens.' 258 'EaSGreory1 | bales cotton, 19,8&8 sacks cotton seed Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and Chicago. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW .. i. ;

street.' VV30may1." .. ., MAR.K13TS meal, '74'hhd'.l leaf .tab cco; 120' Wxls j ,, i 14/ EAST GOVERNMENT ST, j: .

LEAST FORTY"BOX SJ :'PERACRE ..FOR soap cV'stock; too bbi tallow, 100 bbls ....
SALE 5 rOOm '

THOS. PEBLEY, PENSA-. cheap. Address D.' A.V Wampler, rosin. r.,Sailed.V COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS; | I 'i : :

FLA. 26maylOt Cottage Hilt F.la. .29maylw. .i Navaf Stores. Luchana Br ss, Campbell Bueno I.t. ;
_, ; i Ayres. i 'and Sold Investment. : i
Bought on Margin or for
FOR SALE- Large concert hall phon1 iSavannah, Ga., May 2&.:-Tlie naval
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= ograph in first-class condition cheap.S stores market closed today' follows: VV V i ",I-. T1 l.
For Sale "WW .. .. .4 60 to 4 75 YESSEIINVPRT, i Reference Bank '
V A. Friedman'svSalodn, 331.So. Pala: l' : First.National and Peoples Phone 1173 : I'LTDR. :
-- \0-- .... :for, St.x : X. v < : .;f (%4ma -'-WG ;'. ;; .. :, .4 &'"), t O'S, 65 &teamshlpsBarendreeht .... .i.iItA !' .1Jj.
FOR) SALE-Onellne-'mantel, folding ; .. N. ... .450't465" ...........................,...........t.... ...... i \

bed iiaiesi) sitting! ch.alrs.j! baby carriage M' >. .. .f .. .. ...t 4 45 to -4 60 ,, Dutch ss 2092, Hock- '.J
WA.NTED-Jro. : .fl: e > v. stra Rio Janiero.
a pet! moc ,

Apph. si.ushes.n B. Jackson cooking'St.'u.t nsi1s 25maylw; 'etc. 'state--what.lug bird' you one are year willln'g:old;."fine to 'pay-singer for;\ iI..K.>$'.,- ..... .*...V ..... ...,.4.....; :l.4'35.-.4.4010.4 to 4 55 55 -:; Madiera Exmoor to, Hyer Br 'ss Bros.' Storehouse- 2297" ,...... .............. ..................\ '..........vv......'.................................... ..,.....v.. ... .....'.................'.,.. .......,....T............,...........t..."........ ...... ....... ; :

H.4 30 to 4 50
SALE. sua bird. Address Mrs. Hattie I I Jda, Span Ss.2 67... .Liverpool to S.
Flournoy'Lockhkrfv lt' ,* G. *. '. ? Ii,425 to 4 40 P. Shotter & Co. FLY AND MOSQUITO SCREENS.
on water front \t Little Bavou. 3nmy1wFOR 1.
Houses. near car line. Good bargains. F .-. .__ 4 20- to 4 35 Louise ,Ger S3CH80 Bohndbrf, Antwerp ''t ;
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.4 15 to 4 30JJ '
:Appl> to. Phillip Hannah Little Bayou. SALE-Lumber-Js now cheap at t. e. *'j *""','" lI'VS ..u'oD tO 3 .trdt to J. Schreyer.- ..Put in .'you "owns... '"We have common size :in stock. ;:

:nayw.i1 Joel Frater's' lumber yard on Bay One.. :. : .... 3 65 to''3 70 Ships. .
.len-street wharf. Get. his prices.and. Spirits TurpentIne 58 to 59 cents. Dental SurgeonCrown ; :'j
Rs.\LE-.We''have Phone 11.
> a lot. of; keg', build home before es' jd- V 2 'Canara ItL ship .1495 Repetts>> Ge- H. G. DeSILVA & CO.

suitable! : for ,flowerpots and other ,you which a is 'sure :to come pjrivancd V AUSLEY A-CO.'S REPORTS noa,. to Master.! V'..".'..'.''..'.'.'.'.'.'......... ..'''...r.. ............,............................ v......................................"'...... ............. ................... ,;,.. and Bridge Work a SpecUltyi ; V
purpose: also a lot of -whiskey syrup 23maylm. Cayo Gitano, Br ss, 1983, Jeter Gal- Painless Extracting of Teeth- V,: .
and other barrels, whicih are suitablefor V Liverpool Cotton Market. veston to Cary & Co. 2S/2! S. Palafox, St .:.' :;

i packing crockery or fish:and/ured: FOR SALE-Pair spotted ,ponies 5 Jan.-r.b..................................10M. 6,6 Harvest Queen Brit ship, Forsyth, biu-r---i-- 7 and 9 Old Armory Building. ':

meais.!/ We buy all kinds -of Barrels. years old,, sound and 'gentle.: Don V 1'eb.lr......:,.............. ............ 565 Rio Janiero to order.Nordstjernnen : Phone 1077.MORPHINACURA. .- i

tBd rp-cooper and clean t&einl..3uB* keyand cart Just the thing for chil &r.-4prlJ..,............................... Nor ship, 1635. .;
ph' always on hand. If you need any dren. ; .April.Ylr.............._. 6.88 Iraksen, La Guayra toW; S. Keyser !
rr4s. or have any forsale.. ,-.ringus mule.; One cheap farm horse, one good X&y4ni,...........V.M...>... 6.87 V & Co. YOUR. MONEY WILL EARN !
HinmasL, &
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: JmwJmly ..,..,. 5Barks. ,
Phone 235. residency :phone,.591 -
up. Fla. V B vI
: 23may & $2.00 PER BOTTLE: fy :
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Pensacola Cooperage ci:.; _Geo. j A VSV '. I : ::: 6.83.Aucm8epkmber Nor bk 1348 An infallible remedy for tne cure of Drug abtsofaII kindl. V i,.V :
t I Antigua Ferguson
No--"Alcanlz: V 1 I 5.80\ : I Sent postpaid at$2 bottle. Morphina-Cura is prepared i ,
Vucorich Pres., .;.....: *. /' -* ?; FOR SALEA round bottom boat 8epkmber-OOklber''.. .........,'. 5.71 New Orleans to A. Zelius. .4 PER CENT : . Hypodermic or internal per use. Delta Chem.Co.,St LouU. ;

iTmaylm. ,'t.: :,:.._ copper fastened, 16 ft. by.S ft. 8 O.tob r-KoT.ab.r .-....<.
FOR Rll.E-GASOUNE"El'GIN1:3-:: inches beam. Apply -to C. P. ..GonzalezBohemia -1fo embw.December.-.... ..5.M Hnges'&jCa...<,.. V f .-. ". W. H. WHITE & CO., Druggist ;'. "
Fla. 1 / 23maylw Decem b.r4&nury' ........ ......;........5.64. Luisa, Ital. bk. 1591 Montano, from ,, V ,
Several .
second-hand gasoline .en ,
: .} Ll VJOOl8pe ., 816.. V V Nolloth tot master. 1 Your money deposited in our Savings
gines in good order at reasonable\ .
F<>R NICE. JUICY T DER.-IDi\.T6.\ q.-V Lake Erie, ItL bk., 928; Eflgan Bas-, ;1. 1
One horse
prices. power, one : V :
Mew is safe in-
horse power,' and-one 2 H. P. Ed B.Bank choice' Fancy Groceries ring phone York Cotton.Market. som to faster,:. Department a profitable- and ; :
Opm High Low Olon
., Pensacola Fla. 27 718 Mover on the square, cor. Government Monrovia Nor.,, bk, 1449. Aase Ham vestment for idle funds and J'
: may1wFOR and 'Alcaniz. .20'pounds standard J ,nnarv 10.69 10.60 10.65 10.59 burg to order. your your Joppa Lodge, No. 6., I. 0. 0. F. V
March W.er 10.88 lO.Bj"10.M Port Sonoclan': Uruguay bk 1112 Joppa Lodge, No.6. I. 0. 0. F.. :
SXLB4Marlneand stationary graulated sugar' $1.00. Gophers: .money is available at any time you
.May at 7:3
11.2Q11.80/ 11.85 11.02 Ferres Montevideo to German American meets every Tuesday evening r ;
engines. Wonder Gasoline Enginesare chickens{ all -''kinds V of vegetables July 11.05 'U.03 11.82 11.88 Lbr. Co.' '\ might need it for other o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall, Belmont ;
the simpliest. strongest and best FrDn1pt delivery.23may1w* purposes. -
i August 10.73 10.80 10.65 10.72 and Baylen street. Visiting brethren ,::
the market for the -. October....... Paalo Angelo, Ital bk 1136, Bezzo.
engines on money. ao.53 W.64 10.4 10.61 11f not convenient to call at the bank invited.
; ann cordially
Send for catalogue. Ed B. Banks FOR SALE-NIce. clean old newspapers Deo mber....,.10,51 10.55 1&4S 10.62 Precursore Itarbk, Schiafftno, 1508, FLEETWOOD N. G. >:
Pensacola. 27maylwFOR at five cents a bundle. This office JS.,York 8poh. 11,70 Genoa to Rosasco Bros. deposits may be sent safely by post- V T. H. .
Whiat. Rebecca Crowell. Am bk 491, Daw, } V .
SALE- A lot of old newspapers. : V Open High Low COM Porto Rico to J. I. Kelly & Co. office order, express order, 'bank check 3ljan6m. ::' i

Put up 'in bundles convenient for; KaJ'___..s&, 88 I Spero, Nor ,bk, 623 Bostlg, Las --- I 1
carryin'g. Only five cents per bundle. FOR' ALE-Fine piece of land close J1y...........M83}. !!3%. 84 Ji 8i!;'4 PAlmas: : or registered letter. Pessacola Lodge No. 3. K. of P. '

Apply thisoffice.. to city. Phone 285 ert call" at 1102E. V Corn. Sterling Nor. 'bk, Ellepsen Lajlita V meets every Monday evening at 8 T -
: '- :' x o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall
., Gadsdenl 19maylw Bay to order. : '
V ) t over Iou stable W. Intendencla St. ;
V V V ......._ Schooners.
Watson have just received large Kay. 6J
a 493' d94 .
brethren cordially welcomed. : V.
-Some good'paying stock V Visiting
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?upply of the latest city maps showing 1al1 .I48J 48 (8I. Cnriallna/Am
Donna sen C.
V in...west rn bank..' Will transfer for McLeod. J. A. KIRKPATRICK C. V
Ill of the subdivisions.: The.maps are V 165 Cardenas1. HORSLER K. of R. & S -
good .rtr- if 1 location s'suitable.Iflnterestef' H.
.)ffiCjal! and down to date 1 prop I. New York Stock Mirktt \ V V
and are S. G. Haskilr.in in sch 569 -V
mounted linen. ( address! H..VAV LEE, --. -., V Open1 J.' 'cioui8oathnV&cie. V : Staple. : FIRSI NATIONAL BANK A. Meetings ol the i H: "

urice. '&.50 on heavy Regula I Br11: Pensacola, 'Fla.t" 16may2w .:............:.. ,S5Hv.Oopper. ... 66108.g ( New,7 York ; special price on lot'sb .. '
I. .. i ...;.....'-. ........;, .>T 108 'V V are held at their hall : :
five or more to agents pr .real-restate 1 '.' .L8.WV.........;....-..;.-... 13.-: .137 } i P.Oh't.; :a OF PENSACOLA FLA. No. 8 West Intenden- .,''.

men. Hoojon. $ 0 Watson., 8ma NOTICE- :ro. ;CAND1DATEJS Tho'swts11hfg .Atoh.:.... ...;.. :....:....:::: 89>f ,8Q succeed the | 5t.timeduse-Herbine! cia street, on f ;
: ; every
:i lo make i succesVfuKrunsfiouT4 .... .. ...... ... \ | 4 ,
FOR SALEr-Larga Jce B:. ;, ::0:7. Ull!>( IJIl 'a wfH get instant 'relief. V : trMonday evening at Y <
nox.6U11a.b1e. supply themselves1'with 'abot- E.B I-...,,..;........it.... 81l< 82 1d. yo W-.H.Ksbwirai;Pre s. W.K.H TEE.JR., V.-Pres. and CwHter.T 7:30 V
for groc2ry. store, or ma.rketan greatest Jiver..regalartor: .. A positivecure W, BHWT and W.N. ROBERTS Asst. Ca !lIera. o'clock. An in- If.
Ue"bf pLUTO."Now-Is the season ..
: to 8. AI ...1..r.J'....... V
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;soda fount. with' 20 syru 1'.cu>>s., 'A1H ? ,= ,' 10'1Brt.e.l for.CpnstiDatlon; .DfSP IIsa! Malaria V DlBZCTOKfi-F. C. Brent. ,W. A. Klount. W. H. Knowles W. K.. Hjw. Jr : 4 V vitatioa ts; extended .;
preplfre'your stomach 'and. liter ... '. .... ..:. 46 VV V
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> V D. G.: Brent to visiting Knights.
condition. !
;gooi WIi.Vselcheap- or agimst all diseases. Pluto''will do-iC c.r.i.t'.!:...'.:.... .55 1 -i 68 Chills aj\ .talC liver.complaints. ,i i ji
exchange for other property:: !ApplyT. Fo?V sale'by'all.druggists :grocers: ;11.8...;:...::.. 40% ..4): Mr; C-, of li or1'j'.Tex; ?,* 'writes J _. _IIW 1t. "" ""' ,--"'!1'O'F.. ... i :; JOHN B. JONES' : : i
J. Bucey, 1621"NinthrateWe., ,. VV "Myiwife has'*een nping HerWne for 0 Grand Knight. '
l a wholesale by.JasMpHugn.; *. V 1-U.8.. pref rred. .: n710j'" 10fi". .
7maylm* ,V JA. .,....f V J.... ...._ .. "'e'-.u..u.--- No Sal V *, her elf and chfldren for..five'Yeat.8. II Recorder. V ,
FOR SALE-r-RegJstered V Berksair '-V. V r l''' L.,.'L..t\.1'............;. 146iV J'fI is 'a sure cure for .iconsttpltion and V V '

hogs; best of breeding. ..Afik.rfo V' ThSAIrPne 1JpJy'l.08( ."GaddenV- potflower t. *} ............ ......;..:.' \f-ri '* 'i6t1LP..T malaria fever,3whichis substantiatedby City of Pen acola Improvement Bonds Daughters of Rebekah. I
OJ: phon y
catalogue. Carl :. ;; .......;: ..... 14 'V '. what it has donor myr family.' Naomi .Lodge No. 10, Daughters o) V
Fla. Setterlindjf.,Chlpley; 853ings.. Mrs..' V J. Ji: Rogers.. V J4e ........ .\....!.......... NoS&le- .: Sold by all drtg'gists.-i1' ,,- Rebeka, meets every Monday night 1
!.',- C.L" 13maylm. V V ; &nj'&o...... :..,t... !..:':l 15k" it ")" .4: Denomination, $$1.000.00 Each., at 8-o'clock in I. O. 0. F. hall Visiting V
FOR SALE OR RENT :-Two iightera! : 1f.T..O .0#.....,' .. ....,.1 .. 1 ., -V .nisoec ,. ciGettingRid sisters cordially invited to be present V
one with capacity: for 75 thousand ft. FOR: S ALE Fine hotel -filte! ;"'hest stt'uatifen P.O ,...._.......v.....,.,0s 11m ..,.II A. -, Dated 1,1906. Maturing Jan.1,1936. Redeemable Jan., 1926. I

lumber, the other thirty':'thousand ca In tie''city for'a tourist hotel R'D-a.-..:.'....::...... 141X} 'Ut" orVIsitora."Mamma .; Interest Payable Semi-Annually. : MRS. B. R. WITKOVSKI {:

pacity. Rates reasonable. Alsa two r3 0fe 'froi1 ing, s9uth. bjr 172 fe'deep l S t.? ....:.,.;:. i sx 170. wjints twppounds-of V MISS WILLIE KENDRICK, Sec.

skiff boats for .sale cheap '22 ft. long, nE wyernment.street, overlooking B.I..i;.:.................. butter exa't1Jlikeo: _eent We '.:Offer: For Sale These Bonds Subject to V
5 ft. beams. Telephone or write J..A.ChaIDn 'Seville' square and Adams ,8.B. 88 S8.C.L. her. last. If it ain't exactly like M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first and -
& Co, Milton. Fla. '25inar street with open view of :Pen cola ..--.:i. 151JS 1S4Pemui. VV third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. '
t\fhat she .before Prior Sale in Amount to
bay .110,000 will' buy the 'property ... .....'. lStYa 184 got : .take m.. Rafford Hall, No 10. West Inten-
ON THE HIGH LAND East Hill elec- laPr.. u.P.-; :. .__ ....: 1 .'. 11% it," said a yoUIig boy to; the proprietor' : V Suit Purchaser. dencia street.

tric car line six lots ,100 ft, front -. V in an East" Germantown store V A. G. FELL Pres. V

by 137%. deep corners $700. 'insidelots ... ,- Ausley & Co.'s ''Daily Cotton Letter .recently. The grocer, his face Correspondence Invited. L. L. SWEENEY. Sec. --
$600. There are no 'better situa. V -4
turns than these lott. A. V. Clubbs.: Legal Advertisements Xew York... May 29.-There was wreathed iIX' :smiles, turned to a Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. 0. 0. F. I V

JUST RECEIVED-=Large J'; heavy pressure .of actual cotton In the number of customers who stood by THE PEOPLE'S' BANK OF PENSACOLA Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. 0. 0. F., V
sttipment-6 EscambiarCoarit'y' of sale "of the' meets every Thurs a; -vening at 7:3
Imported Olive OIL Retail by. pint, ln! : Circuit Court shape heavy 'July' option and remarked.blandly: "Now, some ,, : () Vat
the new hall on Belmont and V
State of Florida. In Chancery. RosaAKimbali and some liquidation ofMay. This '
gallon or larger quantity. G. Morass people in business don't like to
Frank H. Kimball. Bill caused a'heavy decline In these iny streets. Visiting brethren cordially
& Co., ship chandlers and' vs. options -
701: FLA.
South Palafor. 'grocers 4oct for Divorce. On Monday; ,the 6th day with, a general sympathetic decline come! contact with particular\ customers PENSACOLA, Invited. E. GREENBLATT 1

NOTICE. V of August, A 'Ii.,, 19O$. the(defendant, in later options. The heaviest but I sincerely say I do. I J. NEVILLE. Secretary. '.: :
TO. 'CANDIDATES Thos Frank H. KIm1> ll. required to 'ap. selling appeared to come from the very take great delight in serving them V W. 0. W. -' .

s&oulj wishing supply to make themselves a successful with run pear to'the'hilI' filed against him herein large,interests on the long side of-ftie and.try my best to secure for themwhatthey JVo. 5603. Live Oak Camp No.1. W. U. W. : V.

a battip :' 'This order to. be' published Once market. meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rJ J
desire. Just wait another :
of P UTO., Now.js"the season.to C.W,LAM AR,President. JOHN PFEIFFER Assistant Cashier.
eachj.week- eigbt (8). consecutive Private crpp.advices do not indica'teanY' minute little M. E. CLARIcVice.Fresidefltafld Cashier. J. W. ANDREWS, Assistant Cashier.THE Wednesdays in each month. Visiting, V
prepare your and I will I
and. liver ? man
my .
weeks in Thel: Pensacola JournaL) a condition which 'could permanently sovereigns cordially invited.
against all diseases. Pluto -will dolt: In said Escambia ,fill your order'with"pleasure/' The F. A. BOGH1CH. C. C.
For newspaper published; injure thcrop which off the other :
wholesale sale by by all JasMcHugh.druggists and. grocers County, A. '2J:,. McMillan. Clerk Circuit ''taTK: ;: :fl pears" to .be slightly'.better little boy, being'thus encouraged to AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.

V _-JVV--- 'f V. Court.; 'Bj V L:' O;'Aymard, ,K. C., than this"'day last year,. Considering: speak, admonished. the busy grocerto .

FOR SALE.-Improved and unlmprov Pensacola Fla'-MayZ-1; the severe"selling .of, July: -option the "be. sure and get the'same 'kind OF PENSACOLA, ILL

ed.prOIJ r.ty mall parts of the city (BeaD) 23mayoawJwAattaehment rest of the:list seems to be pretty Veil 'of butter, because a lot of pop's re? DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. Pensacola, Si. Andrews and .

J A.WiUon & Co.,Real Estate Agents sustained as they1suffered very J Little V.
Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone Notice. I In comparison'with July. ;< are visiting our house and V 'GAPITAL"STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. Gulf Co.

m. 23jan Notice 1 U .hereby,:meathe" Institution The weather report today was main .mamma" doesn't'want 'em to come DIRECTORS. I Steamship \ ,

SALE Jot u' attachmejiCsliit! by Mrs. ly favorable and generally clear in alI again. -Philadelphia R cord." STEAMER TARPON. V
FOR -'Three-yoke of oxen and .. sections: Henry L. COt'i gton, Frank Reilly, F. E. Bravvner,
log cart; good team in good condition E. B. Hester against Reginald Hester; The real market' for ''cotton is" .now V J..fL Pfeiffer, W. S, Rosasco, C. W.:Lamar, I W. G. BARROW, Master
of the Judicial -
and working every, day.. PrIce in the Cir uU. .Florida In the, next crop but we can lools for V V MAN'cV1tre .Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourln, J. R. Sounders, msr.CLAf.t:' PASSENUIS&:; ND
$300. Call or write J. A. Chaffin cClrcult State; Of in and 0. E. FREIGHT 6EKY1CB?
On & some covering of shorts .in th& ; : .. A. M. Avery, W. H. Milton Maura,
I'D., }Milton Fla. 29aprlm for EscambialCounty, and 1he said defendant option which should force" the. whole July : will you and, .the maid W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J., Hannah, McKenzie Oertlng, I -1 wvmPENSACOLA. -

FOR S'ALE-Lady's. saddle: extra are required and all to other>'appear'to persons the interested action'' list higher. l'hisL i 'movement" ls'Ith8ly "summer.(Madam) and the Kiddies spend the Alex! McGowin. C. M. Covington, M. E. Clark. COLA. CARRABELLE.. MOBILE. APALACHk ST. AN.

good;; five; .Shepherd .dog; abo on the'2d (flay of July; A. D. 1906.' R to occur at any"'time.n'! the later V ? I :Safety deposit boxes for rent at $z.co, 3.C0 and JSJW the year. Private department DREWS. MILLVlLLE
brand new Century Encyclopedia and P..R ese, 'attorneyJor. plaintiff.I4maroaw3in. l months, th Y'should'-b" -bought. on" any" Why not take a' flyer (Our. Flyer) I In connection for the convenience oi customers. And all points on St Andrews Bay '1
Dictionary. Address 1102 East Gads. V I declines. tqt&e;; finest Summer Country.Jn.the V Carrabetle and Apalachlcola.SCHEDULE .

den St., or phone 4185. 9ma; ; ..... : ,- V ,.. .V .worl CoolBracing and. Invigorating Four per cent interest Paid on Time Deposits.
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: .. :'Not.be., Imposed Upon. Colorado, Leave Fei s&coia SuDda.T: 8:30 p
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In- Esc County 'CircuiEvCourt, i -
AUTOMOBILES. 'am agent for :the "* It ta .es day. Leave St.Louison : -, for Mobile, AlL
State -of Floridlai "In,.Chancflry> Mary 'Foley '& 'Co., Chicago, .originated only a __ m.. V
Pupe Mfg. Co.and :
sell autos Pensacola, T-olesda
can 8:30
you .and Tar-as throat. and Jung the Missouri Pacific at 9:00 a ra. : r Leave ) p.
f-om.IiOOOO: : up. They,cost less than Huggins vs.Edward ,Huggins.On Honey for SL Andrews Millville! ApvJadhicola
'Hienext morning early "you'afe'ln m..
account of the great
Monday, the 2nd day' of July. -A. D. remedy and on. .
horses to.keep up. 'T ey can be run Colorado. .". V -- 'LHII ll'O'N'GR ,PnJmnt'. T gMANSFIELD. W LLIJ.: VtO..PBUI:>JlU. : Carrabelle and interinediata
In sand or anywhere! a' 1906, the defendant Edward Muggins merit and popularity of Fpleyjs.Honey; V ,CASHKB.: MOBESO!: .o.u1lmB
Leslie. E. Brooks.SALETen. horse can go. is' requtreQ'to'lLPPear bill filed and '.Tar, many Imitations, 'offered: living is Cheap. .Write: 'for descrlptioh 11.;M. BUSHNFlJj points.For additional fcform&Hon apply tj .r

R agaiusthlmV herein This) order to.be for the genuine. ,These,worthleis Imitations "pamp-hlet-list. of(Boarding Housesetc. Citizens National Bank J. R. SAUN'DKRS,

>R new and second publshed onC9VeacX?; 'week for eight have similar sounding names. ., : : ., Of P ucola, Florida.DIHtCIORS. B. B- COBB. Prwldent.Oen. .
second hand office safes different consecutive weeks Jri the Pensacola Beware of.them. The genuine! Foley's V VV Frt and Pass. Agt--

izes,. best makes at bargain ,prices. Journal a. newspaper published in Honey? and Tar Is In a yellow; pack; LOW TEST V Lorna Bear. T. -Wines. Biz M.RcWnson; L. HEtoB Gre.a. Pensacola.Escambia J'I"
ScarrJtt.tMoreno afflceEast: \ Govern jaid Escambi .County. A.; :M., Me-.,age. Ask' for It and refuse any sulh a.. W.Wrigbfc

tnentt. x -_ 2fma.rFOR Jiillan.] Clerk _Circuit* : :'Court: ,. By I1 stitute :It'-ls: the best remedy for Denver, July !Stta to 14thaccount 'II gzVERASLteVyKNoevswrasra4Nscrw,

S\LE-A V G Aymard, '!>.. 'C.; Pnsacdla. Fla., coughs and colds. For sale ,by W. A meeting B. P. 0. Elks. Lodge, No. 15, F. & A. M.Special .
fine piece of wAterfront V V June
I To San Fran lsco.' 24th to .
Aprii'23rcti906-; .. j :.r.-. D'Al .mberte... < communication ol
50 feet'fronVbn -
property, Wes : : July 6th' _
Ba Shore 25-. \lr-oawSw.. ., ... ... ..VV 4.. 1 Escambia Lodge, No. 16, F. & ,
) at: the footof T
C4ubbs'treetvtth -
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: .... 1' '! xTo Colorado"aBd, S lfLake"C1ty all/
: 'V ( A. M. will be held'Thursday -.i
i 4 room house front and back : NOTICE. '1 &u'mmer. '; V -" ""I < ,
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for lIery long, .has running'a nice out."Wharf to. -about water 250 :Notice: is" v Hereby SIOTCEV.!;glve.Q.tiat on".tp9tfi ; Notice Is- hereby given thatfthe un- 1;. E. REH LANDER: 1 fnSteam*.rr, oAR: I, co.J.....::!:"', o'clock. evening Work in May F. C.31st degree.at 7:39 VIa-( :
deep I 1 I of the followfh V
June rJ)., IMjL. will! ap- dersJgnBd owners {ves- t.- Pass .> 'Chattanoo-ga,, Tenn. V Wholesale aDd Retell PsaliritIV invited. V
from the front gate.For aC.few'days: : 'day of : %:!! : nsIbI tQr' iting brethren fraternally .
f: sels will iot be. resp : any V ..... '
only! it will be uilered at. only Ty to' Hon, Henry Bejlingerr) : Counfy'J ; --- ::: Domestic Anthraciteand C.D.BEYER, V
J150 sh.! ,Apply 'to. Jos. 'I. Johnson, atCo.'s dge bJ 'Escainbia\.Cpujity Wtborizingthe,. 'Florida sale-at,; vessels) .unless, first :authorized:1iV. a V NOTICE. I :Blacksmith C OALOrder W. G. DAILEY W. M ; V 'V

.Friedman & store] may for private'lsale an %rdet. 0(.the interest.. .6JL Bar; written'drder signed by us. ThB( :above :'furroant to'thi' cafl' >f" the :})emo- f V Offlce", -No: 43 South Palafox street Telephone 93. Secretary. :.;

FOR 'SALE- .NIce, clean old .newspa bara '\rd, Ruth WArd, Annie Chestnut i notice refers to the following;.vesiels: h' County I Executive Com- ygfj corner Tantgona anA! Gonzalez streets. Phones :6 and .37% Pensacola Arie, No. 1293 F. 0. E. V
pers. All whole and useful homer Schooner Althea"Franklin, Caldtfeli H. there will be a sec- .
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at Dan AId lll-A.: d" Henry.Ard, and TitIite tJ --1-I There will be a regular meeting 0.. ,': .
:nyour, store. Only five" ;cents .per Alonzo'Ardu,minors, .inland; to the foU Colt Mary L. Harty Amy Wixon Era- Ol\d'\ primary election' held onTuiday'the .: ., V June 1 at 7:30 p. m., in Eagle halU !.1
"indie.-.- V ma Jane Osceola, Arlola Francis: & 12th day of June 1906 .
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estate, to-wit
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rbed Fellows'hall
des m> ,
Garden Odd
V V V lowing West street (old .
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V The Sodthwest' Quarter. {S.. W. .%) .of Margery, Silas Stearns Algomay Hal for the purpose of nominating1 candidates : A full attendance Is requested ,-.
\tANTED-To loan money, .on your the Northwest QuarterN.. W. \U of cyon William H. Warren, Clar- P. for the following! offices: V V V V : Tour V : Business) of great importance. f

fects.( Batches 3eweiry and personal ef. Section,.Thlrtpeight! :: ((38)) :Township I Sewell,WARREN Isabelle. FISH COMPANY. Two members of the. House of Rep ICE COAL and; WOOD CHAS. M. OQSTON, W. P. 10,, _V
Highest cash price for old gold resentative. ? : : V
Oni.(1) 'South,:Range. Thirty-one,,(tSl I- V ,; M. B. FRANK. Sec.
and silver., Llgh man,& Klein 'lOS. E: ,W eil: i9 talnt 1g,. ortr:-acres .more1;;or' ;One County Commissioner, District from, tlieConsumers' !, .,V '

-"r1-?hPhone..2L .'f"i '- ;'. -oc less: in' EscambiacouhtK .Florida,I 1- JUST RECEIVED D 100". GENUINE Koi 4. V I. Ice,'and Fuel Company. GENUINE IMPORTED PANAMA : < '

rop. 'V Annie Ard.Guardian of estate of sail f IMPORTED PANAMA HATS AT THEM. FRANK REILLY & 0. CLOTHING :',
SALE-Second band 25 H. P. Coroer Chase and Tarragona. Phone 259. HATS AT THE M. .
boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply, to minors. May, Jth.} 1906; & 0; CLOTHING; 'STORE. ;: 13.50"V A, : H. D'ALEMBERTE. Chairman. Ofaee STORE $3.50, WORTH 5.OO. V ."
::1t. 'Method Laundry. ISAprll 9mayaow4w WORTH $5.00 -



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.MUif ;i2ri-r 'THE P E N a'A C'fl.tl ;JO.URNAt, .WEDNESDAY. ,,M O R:Nit H G,' .MAY'.30: 19.a'1'" .- .,: : ,

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Atlanta ,and' .Birmingham pulled have any trouble .with : ; : i ;} _'" ,
T lof the Shreveport and New Orleans down in : [ h ". < Y'I n. a."f"; ....

the threw trimmed race,for,'fftshviHe the pennant and, while Little'hie Rock mhis YOUR .F.1., :r E1' ; ?. '" ', : .TRNSfR! \ w' 't .H'vi -r/i, J:;.:.:". ," .' ...::
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the harpoon into, Montgomery. ; < 'J. 'i' < .'
: Feet in If Shreveport :don't..quit this' continual if you -do,- there'Js;n ece slty .fofc it,. .'
Dosing, the Pirates will soon when you can get the only:.original ;; :Following '}a a list/of: f. 'recent real! :" .
have;the record of :Birmingham's road estate transfers, repdrted'for The.Journal }:
Hot Weather4s trip .equalled. Birmingham left< home, : BUNION LAST : 'by the' Pensacola''Abstract. Co' :, : 'r ,
just as the Pirates did, in first place The Escambia.! Realty JCo. to Morgan R11EMc\EDL.[ .

and moved steadily down the line. Appears Shoe at .store .that'wt; IJJl Moore. ,:lot 19, block 84, West. '. : : ,;: .
'my ; y tJ'0' t. .W' '
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as if Shreveport following in feel comfortable'jusC.to'1bolt'at! ," and a |King Tract''Belmont. Numbering -':.. < ..... '-.' .: --, -r- : .- ._'" ,: -- --. -, l :
just as imperative as the Barons footsteps. Gilks' men I $.1300: ;t .. . .. .
taking care of the feet in dream of paradise when'youput then 'Co J.R..'Saunders, :. : .r" .! 3 .* : -'sr.r.: :*-,: '--i'L :' ." <:
cold weather. Whatever the have, hills plaYed JOur.gWes'.sin leaving I on, and nly. 3.00 and '$34$''per Pair' / all W.of B.block Wright 4, 'and:'&lpf to blbek -2,- except -, ,,, ; ', 0'.J. 'T. ; ... ,; t. .:, :: Ii: -,. .. .. .
pf Norjthi'touuiana and.got .
All the l te shapes Ant SBOW, Flo ,
kind of weather that hap trimmed I Jj' lots 4 'an't:J 5,In "New City; $5000--( 1 : 1'll41 : ..... '
every game sheim and King Quality Shoes at from ,} ; :i, : ''s : ..:- \ 'RNE .
to :
pens your feet are comfortably Pelt frreo'
I J. Double' headers wi'! be played in: $3.00 to $6.t)0) and To oar .,new ,,0 De
guaranteed"!/'lIt'Jhefoot ; 'i.; (:
shod here. Only everyeastern city 'of the circuit.. today and th'purse; .one. trial and I Geo. W. Cromartie, 10.1. square ,oJ : .: -'J". .,:+"",:", :: "'.,,-: -..':.. .'- ., '

to shoes maintain with are a reputation sold here. weather permitting.STAHGAND .know you'll come again.JOSI.COIEMAN. .. land, S.ofR.30'W.in the'SW cor., $150."of lot. 6, Sec. 12;- T\, < ..;r. :;1{ ::l:'. .'.,:;-- .:':fGOVERNM

Your feet will thank you iLee Daniells to J..R. Saunders, tQb '' ':; '- LUNA---AND MT

put for them the comfort in a pair if of'our you RESULTS 4 J350.'and 5 in. block. 2., -New City Tract, :. : 'i; : : : :, '} : '-'' : : >':.,; : ::.!: .

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Southern' League. R. F. Favorite'to J. R. Sounders, lots "" y-'.:.l' : ."" -- STREETS'Drop: and
Won Lost Pet. I to 11; inclusive, and 27' and 28, bUt ', 5_ ,- :' :; : in see us
Summer Oxfords 212 &: PalafejrSt; :. f" . . .
New Orleans.} <:> .. .24 12 667 .. 134, Belmont Numbering, Sec. 19, T. 2, -' . . '::V7': ''I-. '
Shreveport. .., ,.f ..23 .13 63S S. of R '30( W.,-East.:King Tract,.''1 $2.50 to 650. Memphis.. '?- .-.. ... '..22 14 611 other"considerations. .. :'. . 'there.... j'f"' ., ,
Atlanta... .. .. ,.... .2Q 17 541 bosso"S: firs; Bertha Heinberg-to M. E. W1-- /
f'> Birmingham, .. ....21 19 525 ;*on,:1111'of lot 238,,block 28, Old City,
!All leathers. all styles. 'Montgomery .1: .\ ...15 22 405 '1009. ;
Nashville.. .. -.. .,...14 26 350 Ice CreamFactorcan : t V .M.- E.-WitOn! to L";U. Saunders, all -
Little Rock',',\ -.." .. 10 26 27 8Yesterday's of lot 239, block 28, Old City, $1000 ,
"' and other considerations.H. ; ;
,-, furnish you cream. In : I It
Results. H. 'Boyer to J.. R. Saunders, an "C
quantity., ;"Sattsfaction MCDaVId-HyCr
The John White undivided'onefourth part in lot 8,-See: :
Atlanta 11, .3. guaranteed. :
Shreveport.: 4. 17, T. 2, S. 6f R. 30 W.. except 2 A. on
Little ,
5 Montgomery PHONE 1326 the W. side and 3.A;in the NE cor.'of .
Store Phone 'Birmingham & New Orleans 0. said lot. 35 A. Also all of lot 15, Sec. ... '. ,. I
225. ''Memphis 4. Nashville! 1. : SAM BOSSO. Prop... 17J; T. 2, Sot R. W..except 6,AtAE ... ,. ; : !

S cor. of said lot, 34 A; Also 8 A; .. .. . I
205-207 S. Palafox Street .South Atlantic League. Florida. and Alabama in lot' 9, Sec. 17, T; 2, S. of R. 30 W. .... :. ESWTE-4MONEY: .. .. t+ .
Won Lost Pet. described as follows Beginning at
Augusta. .. .. .. the SW lot, 9,..thence running I :
.24 11 686 cor. of : : '' : '
r Macon? .. ..., ...19 16 J43 :LAND COMPANY N. 645 ft., thence E. 80( $ ft 6 In.,thenCS. ,, .i ; ..' : ; iNSURANGE.: ; -
Charleston .. ., .18 18 : 00 ..431.ft., thence W. ,415 ft., thence .. : ;
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Savannah.. .'. .. .17 20 '45: :, Manufacturers: of > 21R( ft., thence W. 3S4 ft 6 in. to starting .. ,.. ... !. .. ..il. ,. -' ., .
VICTOR SAFES Columbia.! '. .. .. ....16 19' 45.JaC'kS'onvm and Dealers 'in .' point Also 4,A. of said lot. 9 b* .. .. '. ... .. 1'W' ; '' 01
.. .. 1ngl the same by
< .16 20 444Yesterday's LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES : property conveyed -! ...

I -AND- -KILN, --DRLED' SAP.. other-L. S. considerations.Brown to E.. T. Davis, $1 and: .... .", .,, .- :.: c ;

1\ '. This safe was awarded the Charleston 2, Columbia Results 0. .'.C; Wfttson-to y.Thos J.- R. Saunders : .. '."- ... ,.. --. '.1.7"' ..,{ -
{t- grand prize at the .. :
Savannah 4 l kits 15 ,and22 >both inclusive in blk. .
b World's Fair, and ""al Macon 4 Augusta 2. CLERKS PICNIC 152, of the East King Tract, West'of a -I = ii;.
though inexpensive, it Is ,, Jacksonville 0. : Tarragona St., $1 and other considera- ( -# .
(, the best safe made. tions. .- -k .. F McKINi0VILLCp, < 'L TUS' CALL -
National' League. TO BE HUMMER .
Wm. H. Knowles .to J. R. Saunders, '
We Keep Them in Stock No Brooklyn others Pitt&burs scheduled.! : 7. ::I lots 2.23.24-25and2 12,! 13, U. 15, 16.-17.-18 in4 lock 134.19,lots 20, 21 21, (. The. : :BEFORE. THE FIRE. WAGON..
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BI< to 21 inclusive, in block 136, East King > { --7"fr
f andean give Just American ALL IN READiNE'S'S'FOR THE ? ; '
you Tract West of Tarragona St., $1 and 'McKlnnonville/: 29.Your'cor.- Too many people wait for a fire before getting insurance
what you want or if wehaven't ,New York 5, Washington 2. CELEBRATION FRIDAY AT other considerations. ref :wishes to make a correction /4m:;thelrihouat:; household goods or stock. Better not
got what you want Philadelphia 2,.Boston. ;J.' B. Vaughn to The-Valdosta GuanoCo. Instead of ther.a.being,only 250people Wait: Too:late after the fire. Rate is small compared to
'we can order it for you Cleveland 3. St. Louis 0. ELECTRIC: PARK J .; begin, at a,1>Ot on' the NW cor of at the Buckeye Field picnic; as ,!the.degree :ot safety a1f rded. .All our 'twenty companies
and save you money. Dropus : i'/ the Jayne --Fontena] Grant, being Sec. stated in last'week's. Journal" there .paying full, !looses in San Francisco.CnsurericG .
a postal. 'Do You Love Everything .is in readines jCr the 48, T. '!&. SL ()f R SO....W run N. 53'/2 .were about 700. bSeveral -
? ladies went' in the woods
Wm. Johnson &Son your baby 'You' wonder why he cries. big picnic to be given at Electric: Park degrees E. :31.16 chains to a post .on Saturday\ berrying'and 'bad an encounter KnowlesBros.' Gen 1 AIts
Inc Buy a bottle of White's Cream Vermi Friday under the auspice) of the the E. side of the- 'Ightrofway of the with ,a huse ratU r: -They Fire..Llfi j' : ; PensacolaI
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fuge'and he will Ln& N..R.rR, thenceiSs24.degrees 30 ,
never"cry. Most ha- Clerks' Benevolent Association The asked} the assistance of a Incorporated. bies have worms! and the mothers organization-has spared neither :'ex East27.78; chains. forr> point of be- dispose of it/ an'd 'upon, examination ,
don't know It. White's Cream Vermi labor to make the affair! one ginning,. theme:'nm.\S..2. degrees .30' 'found '
pense nor It .was to'beabout five -feet i _
fuge rids the child of worms', and of the biggest c esBes"of the, kindundertaken' E. UJj; :,chains.th neelj. 652 E 20.40 tong with 'seven rattlegi-iand: ,lmttbni r-' rt.",. '
cleans out its system .in a 'pl asant In. Pensacola l The 'mem eha.insr 1hence.N.' 24 ,-decrees-:.W.; ,: '' ., I ...NNN4ifNN NN00K'.NN.HNNNNIN.INIIllsl.
.way. Every mother should keep a bers of.the committee having" the pi o; J2.92\chaJns;,, thence S; 651/i W: 2Q.46 .. Mrs. D.(: Ci; 'H Bderson' was.' on the ').\-'oJ.-- ,......q. F,. 9CJ tI.
bottle of this medicine in. the house. nic in, charge,,(ire. sanguine, that' thelfefforts chains to pgint of begin t OSQUITOES With it,' fear need never enter her to make,the day pleasant one other cons1 eratipns. ..;,* i f is better' now;: :* I. ron 'WOSk' nd. : u.pply Co. I i.f
mind. Price 25c. Sold by all drug for all whoLattend.wJU.ber: : .: Recorded 'May 28. '. Misj Mary Fleming spent Saturday
t.. gists. There "will'be amusements" of all j. J. Hootoa to Jas. MoHugh, lots.lft! and'Sunday Pleasant Grove. .f ,. ..:. Maauf&&'llrersl;"ante I'Rtpairere MACHINERY' AND BOILERS i
PATENT APPLIED FOR kinds. Of course the'greasy: pig and and 2fr( in JlocfcT6: New City Tract, $1 hit. RobertMcKinrion. left Frtdlayfor 1 FORGINCS; :MIt.L. AND STEAMSHIP: SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
At all| Druggists. greasy pole; acts are 'on the, presto: and other .considerations": a ten day's stay in Pen sac 1 ".' J : REPAIRS A''BPECIAL.TY.; Ptompt "attention given td all'' orders. f
f' MUS-QUIT-U MFG. CO., [ There will be foot races''for boys and JoE Morris ta.fRichazd Morris.Jr.:, : 'The. -authorities Inform u's that wear j day'or' sight Agents for, JamesMcKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and .
Jacksonville, Fla.Have Working the Pauword. girls, followed, by. the efe'r. popular E Vj. of lot \\8 "inVbloolcv l-4West King ? "t6 have another grand .picnic at' ?lmbertDlogt'iit0; chalnof descriptions.*: ", Office .phone 123. Resi
Certain Russian immigrants on cheese ..contest Tract, $1"and .other cqasiderations.- (Buckeye.Field oIl'July' 4tb. den e'Phone 1529.; P. :0. :Box ',J23. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr.. I
f : reaching England without money which cream the], most eating popular' lady on'after the Mrs. A.-J. Anson et. ai. to :Mrs. Florence I !....'....*.+.. *M.'+.+.+- f..o.......*..+...M........+4. *.

: have been passed ,by the. immigration ground will be ,vqted for;" The dar-' A; Rfchardson, commencing ,at Stop Grumbling: :': "
Your Clothes authorities light amusements will terminate with BayoiM25 ft SW of.SE corner of if}f you suffer 'from. Rheumatism or r .. -it."i
although they iotv No. 2; thence run northward Ballard'g SnowLiniment t 1fi
the grand.bHrieque baseball game between on pains; for' DIAMb&1 I
should have been rejected under the the Hooligans and'Katzenjam- lineparallel .with thejtN. line' of {lot ;,'lU bring quiek'- relief. It is a sure. c WATCHES,. JEWELRY,

Cleaned andPressed new aliens act; says a, London pa mers. Chief of Polies Schad. has been> thence.southeastward along E. line foire for Sprains, Rheumatism; Con.ratted i crO :: > ; STONES, BRONZSE] |
t per. They .were passed when they designated as official umpire and will 1 63 ft, thence.Southwestward on a line ":Muscles 'and' all pains-and SNG i
declared themselves to the Social get all that Is coming to' him, while I parallel .with-,E. line.>of* said lot' 't9 within the.. reach of all. Price 25c,: <. : :rf ..y .SILVERWARE, |
JUdge,Rube Nichelsen will of Bayou thence .south stward along $0e$1.00. C.;R":' Smith, Tenaha, Tex.
Democrats and .
to the ? ; i
i by replying ficiate as official scorer. : \ ; bayou to"?oint of beginning and being writes:'.' lOr: have used'Ballard's Snow ART'POT'I'BRY' OPTICAL GOODS, i
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.following question: "Are the opera- Dancing will commence 'at. 6o'clockand ; a.part:o -lot'1. Sec. 51, T. 2, S. Df''R. Liniment In my'family for years and;) .. .'. "'1 *."TUT(! GLASSWARE.. '. '
t tions of the society directed against continue! until the picnic Is 30,,W. of th -'Marla Jackson Tractl:. have found it' a fine remedy; for ail ,! ;
et the Pensacola Dying, Cleaning all governments or only againstthe brought to a close. Theodore-.Pfefferle'tO'J.* J. -Hooton, pains ,and. aches. I recommend It ---
Russian government?" "Only The proceeds derived from', the celebration lots 11 and 12, bock 1&4, lots 19: and, for pains In the chest."- Sold by all i
t and Pressing Club, Panama against Russia." "Admitted." The which is in honor'of the early 20block185.lots; 19 and'20, block 76, dr.iigglfits.r Engraving-ond Fine Stationery.
f Friday closing movement,, which New.dty Tract, $100.0j) and other '. !' .
hats .cleaned authorities com. -
and blockedReese immigration find : _
now -
considerations.Thos. ; 'or. ; i
l}- mences Friday, will beu&d for a '. > .
' that they "are overwhelmed with im comic parade by the clerks'during?the ..Pebley to B.-C. Duval, lots 13 SUMMARY. OF. : < i
poverished{Social pemocrats from next Mardi Gras -in this cfty and 11, in.block 152 and.Jots 23 and 24 : .: :, Mail"Orders Receive Prompt Attention **
Russia. In fact, nobody but Social In block 153'Maxent Tract, $1.00 and THE WEATHERThe a
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& Mendel otherconsiderationsiMaxeiit
Democrats .seems to be emigrating NOTICE. : i ::.: )
f, from Regular meeting of ..Ketail! Clerks Land Co.. to M. B. Frank .
Russia i "now.Churchill .
11 N. PALAFOX .just International' Protective.. Association, lot 13 block 142; .'Max nt Tract $1.00: maximum temperature yesterday I: i E..ZGCk Jewelry Co.
Local 25S in'old army, building,.' 6:15 and -considerations. was 76"degrees'at 127:30 p. m. andths"minimum -
t t ---- -- -- Can Talk Back. Wednesday May'30th.. Jno::N, Day to A. A. 'Fisher, N. 5 ft, 59 degre s-at 5:30 3.(m. J: w' ._ MbB La,- A.' :

r __ Winston Churchill; the English F. J., RISRA. Pres. of 16tr20,andN. 5. (t:of the EW of lot Iu eta summary of the.weather yes'terday'ObserverzReed" WMJ*** MMMkMMW ""," ," m HU
.";.' --- convert to Liberalism .is making a B. F. KING Recorder.* }9, block 6; Maxent'F'ract $1.00 ,and aids "
reputation for sharp wit. His curt ,other consideration'sMas ;.. .- The area of low barometr'c: pre< s- NNN4MNNNN. ..i...N.IN4s1N..NNNN4.NNIIN
*/ nt Land Co:.to:Jno. ;N. Day N.: 'sure which 'was over ;Virginia Mon : "
tt retort to a.woman heckler, "Madam,. $100 "REWARD R.tvotlot 20, and Jh :N;' 5 ft of theE : day1 morning has; moved northeastward :
t Your Head I will not be henpecked,", was the %! ,'of .lot 19, 'block, Maxent Tract., put:to.' sea; leaving comparatively low I .Ga L.f p ht d 'By Push Button.
best thing of.the. recent, campaign.He A reward of $100 will( be given for !l and-other considerations. pressure' along,the, Atlantic coast; the ( J
is now raising a mustache. A the capture of Jaqe .Haaey-; escaped Recorded ,May 26. western' depression of low pressure i ( ..
fair lady was being taken in to din, from convict camp. DeScrtpUoa:' .5 J., D. Waters to R. Pope Reese E'.4 now jpverlies .the, eastern:-slope of the v .:LetJ55J.nstey; our pneumatic gas lighters which you Ugh:
t L and I feet 7 Cinches; 130- pounds; -aedium of S* of'S% of lot'3, Sec.! 35, T. 2, S. Rock .' Mountains-; separating a high your gas by {limply pressing the button.
ner by the budding politician. "JI: build; age 21; carriage of'R.
erect: 'brown 30 W.. $401: pressure' area which has "reached the
Churchill," 'she said, *! like your eyes, black hair; complexion black; J. .D.: Waters to cambia County \ Pacific/:.coa&t.from the: high baromet- Gas't Reduced Prices Makes It the J

politics as like your mus- medium forehead; mediuDq .ears'; round Florida. Wi4.of the S'u.oflthe! : S%''of i' ric- pressure which has advanced to 41 '* .
tache." It show have been a nose; medium mouth; rE a d. teeth* lot'3, Sec. 35T.2 S. of R. 30 W., $50. the.-region-with" a;::'crest extend: { .

I Your Feet crushing shot, but not so to Churchill. round chin; short'neck'; 'square show- John A. Jones to";J..D. Waters, grantors Ingsputhwardtotheeast: -Gulf stales;i I Cheapest:':: i'g t1ng Agent in the City !
t. His lets; length of feet 10 inches; vaccination one half undivided interest in and; Te'eastern'disturbancecaused') heavy ,
'on the instant '
. reply was scar on left arm. ;; to.the S 'of.the ; because of the softer
"Madam. you'are not likely to come YARN BRamERSCAirP.wCantonment.' T. 2, S.'of R; 30 W;- $50"( and:other con- I jAtlantic-'coasts' The -western depresa And glo..j
Are shod ..UsBetter '
equally well in contact either." : likeness "to( daylight than any other \
with siderations. : lonasnow'cusing
:. generally showery'f
here. We make a specialty :- fin. !tent; knqwn. Let furnish estimate of cost :
clothing the ,, R. C. Caldwell to" c E. Merrittr: an weathjer.'jn..t4jupper, Missouri valley : JUU. '- .
extremities --, undivided one-half .interest in and"-to !'and :over the northern 'Rocky mown- : i i.f
the as 'well as of Refined Torture the-lotsl and 2, block 12, Dallas! Trt, fain"dlrtrlc1s: ...Cool r..w. ather- attending '
body. The wife 9!.a well known official $1 and other consMeratons.A. ; : the high:.pressure..was;feij.t:;; .i9|".f .P.fm.c l G Company \ii
in Washington holds .some novel The 1908 Model .-* A. Jernigan to" Scott M. Loffcin orning..In the;East.gti1Ld.Atlausta4eawhile'fromnortheen! : -
Our ideas with reference to the punishment E Ye. of lot 348. ; block' 19r Old City $1W( ; Texas: ,.'tot i ''$ h n :'(48.: :24'andf 27 E. Garden Street. f
RemingtonSholes and .other considerations. Siinnesotaj. the; temperatures at 7 a.1 ,
refractory children.: ,Physical m were" h'gher. It will be warmerj I NINNNIONN./NE'iN+ .........................!./

: Oxfords chastisement is most repugnantto byer thh.vicinity'tonightand! Wednes-.
Summer this lady's mind, but she has THE CARTOON"IN (days wherp.tne weather will remain,

i! evolved a unique system ,that has fair wlth')ig .variable wnds becoming FISHING TACKLE.
with its new billing, attachments TODAY'S PAPER southeast" ; ..
1t! At $3.00 and $3.50 will proved most successful.. On one oc- and instantly .; -

//4t prove a lasting source of casion a 'friend *was visiting her tabulator interchangeable and,two-color carriages -1', ... (IFjshing'1es; ; |! from lOc to $1.50. Hooks 10.-cents a dozen up.

comfort and pleasure this when one of the boys had surrepti- ribbon movement, bAbe most com- The, cartoon printed In this ssue Js DRUNKENNESS CURED. Crab ,Meta; 25c. Drop in and buy tackle-get a pretty goo I hot weather" ; whle'our! tiously appropriated', an orange belonging plete combined (furnished by 'courtesy the Florida : :it'"!!Il be gratifying to all lovers ofl I oatQttor'25, and'Ot'ents.
<; Hats at $2, $2.50 $3 and a Sun, an Illustrated weekly of cartoon temperance and -a happy home .
to his
. Stetson soft or stiff at misdemeanor younger brother. The Billing andCorresponttercqe and' comment printed-in Jacksonville, know that'a simple and scientific cure I! O c e' ] oCk.s"tore.
$UO will insure,your ,being was discovered before fJ This' Paper la .brimful,of good: 'for the .whiskey and beer habit has- -
topped off in the proper the culprit had diSposed'of his spoil. things of :"Interest"o Florida/people.! been$ Discovered. Orrine never falls '6.... .:t 218 SofIfli P.lafex 8b..}, ,.... "'.
; --', manner.. Summer So the two youngsters were sum- Cartoons from the pen of A. iL. Taylor, to drunkenness if it is, used in accordance
clothes and underwear moned to the judgment seat. machine manufactured.' Designed like the one producted. in this! issue, with', the simple! directions .:::;:
great goodness at very "James,",was, the stern commandof hard as it was for fast service, built for are a feature of-The'Sun, each JSSUcontatniJl'g ; in the P8fkagit and; the Discoverer has
use recommended by expert "a' number "of them. 'The much .
modest prices indeed. so bonfyl-nce Jn the treatment

it t you the, Thomas mother, that.one., "take. this. Now seat, Thomas and- t 1 offered and guaranteed is the idealTypewriter against.WarJ- ; it'ii", editorial Mr..Claude.L'Engle.page is under who the comments directionof that absolute\j6-sire guarantee authored: ; : to to effect se){,it acute, wit! bin A Can ol Pilpf t Js i Mighty Handy to Have

----- give James'the have with bold, free had : the be -
.'f orange you j a .onilive Florida or money- will .refunded.
'",:. stolen from him.** II topics, political and general. The It U4n two forms: No. 1, to be giV.\\ ;: "Around' tlje' house, shop or barn. There's a whole lot ofhlnn'

When tfra lads'.Had done as they Sun h a 16-page, olumn magazineand en secretly, and No. ;2 for those .f you. can paint yourself with our ready-prepar1
if''H10. ANSON were ordered the f mother added1 for producing the most good workla compares in point-of literary excellence wish ,to be' cured,' $1.00 each. Moth. '. pttnU. .Wl ea'yo; ir.sherves, floor or perhaps wagon,need
the shortest time with the least effort. with the Saturday Evening era and listers, have told us of hu3- tp 4ntlnB-try' i can of our Buvall 0. U. Paint Just as
,i..... "James, I want you' to take as Write today for foil aWfrtioa,1; Post, Collier's .or Harper's Weekly. bapds 'and brother's i who since they I <, good for: houfa. palntin'g and only $%.00 a ganon."e
. long as possible to eat,that orange. Local Agent waated tarnnoaupi.d The subscription 'price pf The Sun to .were-given Orrine., in many cases with- .iaiagla |talns in red and green at 75 cents a gallonGet
:'t. CASH CLOTHIER, You, Thomas, ate to sit there and tatrttery.- $2.00 a year,'$1.00 for lix: months, 5pc bat Iheirknowledge, have lost all 4e- our prices I on lumber and builders' hardware.
'f watch him eat it: Under 'no: circumstances THE ARITHMOCRAPH CO. for three months.! Every Floridian lire fqr( drln ,,and we are glad to recommend

t;: \ Corner Palafoi and gala, i$r$''joo-ito leave theWeekly. MaJtutlcBldg.! Chicago'JACKSONItILLE,7t.A should lake it and 'read'rt Subscript the r remedy. Mall orders Saunder Mill Company,
J room.-; !Pei?1 > Lions can be made through this paper filled..' The Urrlne Co.,. Washington,
, .. $ .... '" or vent jdirect., to Them,. Jacksontme' n CL; 'orJWblte's Pharmacy. .106Falafpt& S. Phon.717, < Sfrost.v. .
'.r. >> ,. \:: 204 West Bay.Street,*.-*. 4 ; FlaT: St.. 'Pe'nsacola: -- -_ ." -.' _. .. '_" -, ,21, ,Eat-- ,Garden,_ _, '::--'O.c, .:; _","..._--_. -....",

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