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: June 15, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Will Vote on Type of Canal H) 1Cly'Z t fCiCYR, # ,Tribute Paid .Author of '"My.Old Kentucky -. !I ,f{' :: ,.j ii

to B Be Constructed During *** FASTEST IN B_AMERICAN BATTLESHIP' '. NAVY -* Home". and Other' Melodies- & .' by AIRSHIP CIRCLES OVER I Substitute Measure Proposed by 1 t .:k I

** Rockland By Associated Maine June Press-.1Mo (.- $, Kentuckians at Home Co 111ilg.i THE CITY OF WASHINGTON 1 Alderman Yonge Passed I!i .sRelative I

The battleship Georgia today *; Second ',
Reading. .
on the test for endurance run $ ;, !

A made a record as the speediest #. Associated Press.Louisville of thousand school 'children
'battleship ,In the American '; By H.-The his one songs, bands played his tunes ant[ Machine Was Under Complete Control'I X ,"
navy Her best speed was 19.32 une name and orators spoke his praises. DUTY OF TRUSTEES j ; 1

knots She was required to genius of Stephen Collins Foster today Tomorrow will be devoted to un

make nineteen knots per hour *! received recognition: due them by veiling the statue of Daiiiel Boone i in and Obeyed Will of Navigator .1
for four consecutive ,
hours. #' the throngs the oration of the 1"
gathered at Kentucky'sf Cherokee Park and I
When the vessel returned to *f. Home Coming. To the. author of "My will be delivered .bi former vice '
'* the harbor the trial I day ;I in Remarkable Manner. to Improvements as Construed f :.
board sent # Old Kentucky Home," Old Black Joe," I President Adlat! Steven on. A sham a !
a message to Governor Terrell '*Hand I "Old Folks at Home" honor was i fight between make believe Indians I I ,
of Georgia, announcing the re- paid In the unveiling of a model of a I and real Kentuckians will follow and t' \ j by Bliss. i ,' I
suits. Associated Press.Washington to where it the
f By the capital passed
RELATIVE TO statue to be erected by the contribu- the evening will be, given; to a greatballl
.* II June 14.-An airship I dome and circling round and round :
tons: of Kentucky children. A chorus I well as other,entertainments,
THE STATEHOOD BILL-SENATOR .. I as under complete control today floated over the Plaza alighted In front of the MAYOR CONTENDS: THAT BOARD I
I over Washington circled the monument middle steps. The quorum in both ,
DRYDEN ADVOCATED LOCK( twice and alighted In the White houses disappeared and gathered about OF PUBLIC WORKS SHOULD UNDER i!
Brewer Talks on MarvelousDevelopment House yard where it made a shortstop I the ship. After fifteen minutes rest,j I II
CANAL- i was viewed by Mrs. Roosevelt the navigator again rose into the air I THE LAW, HAVE CONTROL i

AWAITS SIGNATURE OF THE lW MURDERED[ [ from a window and then rose and topic and returned to Virginia where he. OF PUBLIC .-I
i a course down Pennsylvania avenue came from. I


J By Associated Press. in resources, wealth and culture. K I ,AND DR. REN-SHAW ELECTED
By Associated Press. flllrlNI Ceveland! June 14.Justice: Brewer is the admiration' of the world and its HIS SUCCESSOR.At ,j
of the United States supreme court! development is unequalled. It ia, '
Washington, June 14.The Senate (
was today the guest of honor:: and de-l giant in nations. Yet we are devel- t
to-daj decided to vote next Thursday lievered tha principal address at the' op'ng extravagance. We: have a rarE: OffiCERS AND ADJOURNS 'r the meetiag of the city council : I
on the Panama Canal sea level till; Public ]|last night a srtteiitute for the stockordinance .;
commencement of the Western Reserve passion for dsbt. Indebtedness
accepted the conference report on he N NATIVES[ University. He spoke on "The: puts on a burden, and;a national debt proposed was submitted t>y
'I Alderman
diplomatic and naval appropriation i Yonge which was read I :
Richer and Higher Life of the American is not'a national blessing. The trust
tills; passed the bill limiting the! lia- : twice and will be placed upon final .
I Nation" and in in the future to pay our debts is the:1
said part: .
WJ'ty' that may be assumed by indljuduals I "America is the marvel of the ages I most dangerous of ,all trusts." Next Meeting With St Francisleague passage at the next meeting ol he : .
admitted1A. council. It
to National Banks; I THE[ UK[ IW[ was thought that the stock ;,
M. Benson to the Senate as the measure would be the cause of a oo>
lieutenant of ,Mobile-Recon
successor to Senator Burton, of Kan- llth t h Infantry and' troversy, but there was not the slightest ,

sas tor-e;!ect received Dupont the, of credentials Delaware;of listenedto Sena- Companion Killed on West 'HUNDREDS N [ DEAD[ COUNTY ti ANNOT T Tn sidered Action to Divide mies opposition of'the measure to it were In fact noticeable the ene- ,' '.;'.

Senator Dryu'en' in support of a SANATORIUMANDHOTEL N T principally for their absence
Jock canal'across the Isthmus of Panama Coast of Dav Conference. Mayor Bliss locked horns with the :.,
and passed several bills smli-: ri. board of bond trustees, claiming that '
vate in character; the board had no right to act in the

AUTHORIZED-BRIDGES By Associated Press.. ANDOUNDED N N [ ATTORNEY THUS WAS THE FIRST MATTER I, N [ matter further of than the to proposed make the Improvements necessary .

OVER CHATTAHOOCHEE Manila, June 14.-First Lieutenant t TO BE CONSIDERED AT THE, contracts, the power of supervising : .

Edward C. Bolton, of'the Seventeenths I Ii the work bp'ng"footed solely in the .

Washington, June .-The Senate s I, infantry and Governor of the Provincof FORENOON SESSION AFTERNOON I i board of public works. < '

today passed the bill authorizes the Davao, Island of Mindanao, and 1 IN RUSSIA I FEES r[[ SPENT ON THE BAY as The alderman resignation at large ou. trom Alderman precinct Baas 14 ':;'f
Georgia, Florida, and Alabama ,
Company to build four bridges Benjamin Christian have been murdered PLEASANTLY VOTE OF Work ti Will Begin as Soon as Legal was received and accepted and Dr. '

on the west coast of Davao by a Frank G. Renshaw was unanimously .
over) the Chattahoochee river.
I native
DRAMATIC SCENE OVERSTATEHOOD and two brothers. The murderer:; Ant 'Jewish Riots Break Out as I II Contracted, in. the r.,. Recent Crim- L. AND N. Through. iess A importance number of were matters acted of upon.more or '.i i.!:..

QUESTION have not been captured. The Proceedings.The .

'- I A report received here by Genera:I Result of Anarchist Attack inal Prosecution: of B. H. meeting was the regular session : 1".
devoted to ,
Washington June 14..After. eliminating : After a forenoon session '
adjournea from
'wood states that Bolton and Christian the night previous and
one hundred thousand ,dollars n l Burton hearing reports and an afternoon Just as soon as the legal formalities there were present Aldermen Cahn,

from the sundry civil appropriation passed the,, night at .a Mungallayan l on Crhistians.r :, -" "" pleasantly: spent upon,',the bay the Ep- which are necessary in the conduct of Christy, IXAlemberte, Hays, Muldon

. bill for further gauging the waters of< house-and;' were' returning" to Malitajn i l ". worth League, which.-' has been in such a business are complied withrt&e McHugh, Rsllly, Watson. Wright rid
the United States under the directionof the ':'morning, the Mun'gallayan: broth ,By Associated Press. According to a decision by Judge''f! session In Pensacola for the past three )onge.
Lakeview Haven Company Ioj
the geological survey, the House today ers acting as'guides for the Americans St Petersburg, Friday, June 15 J| Carter, of the circuit court the Board['I days, last night elected officers and which The minutes of the previous meeting -
grew weary of economy and'' increased both of whom were unarmed. Boltonand (2:15 a. m.)-(Latest dispatches fromj]I of County Commissioners have not the:i' adjourned. The next meeting will be to erect the hotel, sanatorium and cottages were read and ppprovexl.
the appropriations for further. Christian were set upon and mur i authority to contract for the services.! with the St. Francis League in Mo( on Bayou Texan will begin the Mayor Bliss read a communication
testing structural materials and coal.A dered. 'j i Bialystok report the situation mostj: ;''of an attorney or audit and pay ;he I I bile. work of clearing the property and citing the law creating the boar of

dramatic scene occurred during (Bolton was trying to pacify the. ; grave. The anti-Jewish outlaws are bills contracted in the criminal pro.e.cution ..1 Reconsidered! ();vision i i tond trustees with reference to the :
commerce building
the adoption of the conference report of people by peaceful methods and habitually ,.1 still raging, fighting in the streets and;!' of B. H. Burton. Among the-first matters to be con duties of that body. The mayor con .
the statehood bill when Speaker' Can went about unarmed. He was::1 f firing continuously. M"any are dead'I' Some months since, when rthe corn I sidered yesterday morning by the Lea- While the buildings will be erectedby tended that aPl work should be under '. ;

non took exception to what he interpreted regarded as one of the best officials i in :! missioners employed Maxwell & gue was a resolution to reconsider the the Lakeview Haven Company; the supervision of the Board of Public -
as an insinuation by Delegate the island and accomplished much. and wounded. No figures are 'given) Reeves to assist the county solicitorin vote of the previous day dividing the they will be operated by the Lakeview Works and not un'a'er the direction

Smith of Arizona that undu 'influencehad Americans are gathering to. scour probably because the casua.ties are the prosecution of Burton, an in-. conference. This had been carried Haven Association. This company, of the board! whose duties ended

bun used to affect his position: on, the country for the murderers. not known on account of the con!u- junction restraining the board from the night previous when only a small which is also being incorporated' will when they had made contracts for the ;.-
the statehood question.The i sion. payment out the sum of $300 for these number of the delegates voted, and work. He stated that Chief Engineer :,
of the as soon .
charge property
House adjourned at 5:20 to 11 reconsider anl assume Hattcn should to .
services by Thos. Pebley., when the resolution to report the board of i
secured .
was it is to be placed in
o'clock to-morrow morning wnch! will defer all action looking to a division as ready opera- works and not to the bond trustees, as ,,';'
HUNDREDS' OF_ PERS.ONSKILL who set forth in his petition that the
be the hour of meeting during: the restof until next was put to the con tion.The provided for In the contract which the ,
: D OR WOUNDED: board had not the authority to so ex year site comprises ten acres on : .
present session. council had approved ,1
pend the money of the taxpayers. ference, it was carried. by a large ma- Bayou Texar, north of Bayview Park., ton chief engineer. Several appointing of the Hat-aldermen .'. ;
Reese filed de- jority.
County Attorney a will be four storiesin
main building "'
ADOPTED REPORT Bailystok Russia, June 14.-A Jew-
ON ,
The conference raised $300 for a something to say on the :
murrer to the bill, and the case submitted heighth and each of the cotta'geswiU "
THE STATEHOOD BILL ish anarchist threw a bomb into a Cor to Judge Carter by Messrs. chapel in Cuba. with all .subject, and it was passed over, finally : ;
pus Christi procession here today killing -| Reese and Pebley ia briefs. The at- Miss Elisa Cortez of Mexico, spoke modeflfconveniences.be of six rooms equipped The cottages being referred to the board of bond )
WashingtonJune\\ 14.-The House T TO C.RJMJNAL interestingly of the mission trustees and the city attorney with instructions -
or wounding many persons. In torneys have now been notified that most will surround a pretty plaza in frontof that a contract in conformity -
it t 5:20 this evening adopted the conference consequence the Christians attackedand the demurrer has been overruled, and I work in Mexico. the main building in the center of with the law be drawn. -
report the statehood bill resolutions were passed
on ; the is substantially above. Afterwards
the ruling as be fountain.
massacred Jews-and demolished -. which will a
viich will now to the president for the citizens of Pensacoia, the Mayor Bliss submitted a second
go thanking
their shops.;; Hundreds of I Those who are behind this important \
persons communication relative to the
his signature. Louisville and Nashville pavingof
'COURT T TLazar were killed or wounded.MAJORITY CONDUCTOR SHOT League Railroad and the for: courtesies.The i enterprise expect to have every- a certain portion of Chase street, a '-
for the late fall business
Excursion. 1 thing in readiness petition for which had been referred ;t;
Bay and will endeavor to divert some to the board of bond
trustees. He ; ;
WAS AT NEGRO MAN Several hundred of the visitors of the east coast travel this way. Geo. tender that the council the <
; was proper '
league enjoyedthe
of the cj"l
TAINTED[ MEATOffiCERS [ Tf local members the harbor. Although the W. Johnston, the business manager of body to pass upon the matter and that : 1. '.
trip on threatening the association will leave in a few the council had no authority to dele- '! .
s Williams and August INCREASED Considerable excitement was create weather was inclement and days for Louisville, where he will con gate its power or the power of the
ed around station when the trip was begun it clear
Cherokee Little
at sult with the Louisville and ,Nashville of
board public works to the board of '
Pinkston Held Under Bondsof Bayou last night about 7 o'clock, when ed and the party spent a most delightful officials, and later go to Indianapolis! bond trustees. The matter was laid ,
Conductor McCain, in charge of the afternoon, visiting all points of Nashville other cities,
f FOUND N 8 BY PRECINCT No. 11 GAVE BAGGETT Chicago, and over for consideration under the head
( $2,000 Each. dummyfired at a negro named John interest where he will interest prominent physicians -|! of unfinished business, when the com-
23 VOTES AND JACOBY ONLY McDonald, and although all those witnessing Officers Elected. in the new enterprise. I munication and ordinance should be
the affair thou'ght the negro At the session last nfght the following I taken up together.
ONE. had been shot in the shoulder chosen for the ensuing year:
it proved were Owing to the fact that some of the
[ Lazarus Williams and' August Pinks .1 afterwards that the bullet had gone President-Rev., -J. B. Airey of Ever cfficers of the city were absent the .
ton, the two negroes who. were charged -
wild.The green mayor had found it impossible to ;
8 BY prepare
I with assault with intent to murder- Baggett's majority over Jacoby for dummy on ,which the trouble First Vice-Pre;ident-J. A. Hines, his annual report for submission '

:. B. E. Whiddon and Mr. West were the legislature was increased yesterday occurred was bound for the city. The of Lafayette. I', at the meeting. He was grantee further fl'' :
given a preliminary hearing yester of the and I Second VicePresidentUss
wnen the last precinct was heard negro was one passengers j time to prepare said report.
day before Judge Nichelsen and were wished to get off at some:: point other WIndham. of Mobile. .
I Street Car Fenders.
Health Officer and Mayor Make bound over to the criminal court under from. This was wo. 11 and gave Bag- than the bayou, but he did not state Third Vic resident-Mrs. J. A.a Several of the council committees ('
and only 1.
gett 23 votes TJIOI i PESPEiifilEEscaped[ r[ T [
bonds of $2,000 ,each. I returns also snowed, Coston to have where, and when the train came to i I Duboise, of Anniston. made reports on claims and minor
Inspection of Cold Storage The negroes who were representedby received 17 votes. Copton 4 and Wiggins -I stop there it is said he began to' Fourth VicePresidentUss. Nell matters, and then the question of fenders : ..
C. M. Jones were'unable to furnish curse and abuse the engineer. 'f Richards of Pensacoia.: for street cars was taken up. Alderman -
Plant. the bond required, and were remandedto 19.According to the ,official returns, Conductor McCa'n endeavored to, Secretary-Miss Louise Smith, of Muldon stated that he had
Jail, where they will be held until stop the negro from using such language Anniston.TreasurerMrS., teen in conference with the represen- ,
the next term of the criminal from the twenty-three prec'ncts as W. H. Ball of N NEGRO[
court. Chairman in the hearing of the passen tatives of the new owners of the Pen
of ,Reiliy
Deciding that Is would not be amiss Williams and Pinkston are two of[' now in tae .gers, when the negro turned the vile s, Montgomery. sacola Terminal Company and they
to make an inspection of the cold the dozen or more nlgroes who as-I of the Executive Committee tha vote II I abuse upon him. This led to blows i Superintendent of Junior : bad expressed a willingness to adopt

storage houses of the packing firm saulted Messrs. W&.dden: and West I received by tae various candidates., and when the negro came at the con- Mrs. H. T. Strout, of Leagues-I any style of fender which the council .
doing business' in Pensacola, City soma weeks ago because they refusedto the primary of Tuesday is :as follows: l ductor with a big kn'fe the latteraimed League Editor-H. T. Strout, -! alight recommend. Inasmuch as the

Health Officer Pierpont and Mayor surrender a negro whom they had For Legslature-Baggett, 798'; Cos- a shot at his shoulder. This lard. Convict2SHOTDON-Kills One and company was willing to do this A dcr-

kiss yesterday afternoon paid a visit arrested for riding upon a.switch en. ton, 836; Jacaby, 587. stopped: the negro and he turned and I District Secretaries Greensboro man Muldon thought it woitj'' be only
t to all of the packing house firms and gine. County Commissioner:: -'Cloptoa 663, district, Mr. Sledge; Mariana district -. Wounds Another and then just that the matter be not forced. but

visited: the places where their meats Wiggins, 452.POOR fled.Several officers went to the scenea Miss Anna ,Qavis; Mobile dis-! allowed to run along for a time pending -

"ere kept in cold storage. The rent sooa as the matter was reported, trot, R. E. Dailey&Pensacola district,I Tokes to Dense Woc s, the adoption of a device thoughtto
: was that a number of DOES MOT APPROVE Glenn -Selma district Miss'Edith
carcasses but did net succeed in locating McDonald Miss Nell ; be suitable.
Hid! to be badly tainted were found. RELATIVE until a late hour, and it was Rice; Montgomery district Miss In connection with the proposition {
The meat was confiscated and affi, INSPECTION: BILL then found that he was not hurt. He Ella Jackson. that all overhead wires be placed underground
davits made against the local man- OP RUSSEL SAGE was. locked up in the city: jail. Th* president: 'will appoint the. secretaries By Associated Press conducts Alderman !don
avers; of Armour & Co., and Swift &i\ for other' districts. Wadley, Ga., June 14.-While At read parts of a letter on the sutjoct;
w, They will be arrested an j prose- r.wr ,Many of the delegates left the city tempting arrest Will Smith, an escaped received from Engineer Hatton. Mr.

fated for keeping the spoiled meat. | PRESIDENT BELIEVES. MEASURE BADLY'BURNEDBY last night for their homes, while others < negro convict early today, Town Hatton was of: the opinion that con- ;
Every: cold storage plant in the cityias COUSIN OF NOTED FINANCIER will depart this morning. AU are Marshall Morris, of Midville, was shot, duits should be put in previous to the f f-
visited In the plant of Armour' AS FRAMED INADQUAT.TO hf h ia their praise for. their excellent to death and J. J. Hope a prominent raving of the streets, at least within 1 Ia J
,'0., DIES AN OBJECT OF POVERTYAT EXPLOSION the : afforded planter, was mortally wounded. i '
f several carcasses, taid to be treatment and of } certain district, and that an ordin- .
jad'.y'! spoiled} were found. These MEET CONDITIONS. them 03 the visitPOPULISTS Tte fatal shots were fired by the G M-\I\ ance should be passed requiring the -
\)th beef and mutton. At the plant oft! TOLEDO, OHIO. By Associated Press. fiant negro; who Won at bay :n a cabin'and varous: companies to place ; their \' .

O' Swift & Co., an equal number were; Afanta, June 14.-As the result ofa TO barricaded near the village of wires In them. He suggested several ; ,

found. and all were as badly decomlTv. BY'Associated Press' gasoline explosion in a dye house Gertrude. 'I i plans for the construction of th3 conduits ;-
< d.The. I Washington June 14.-President By Associated Press here this evening the proprietor, W. J. After the shooting the negro armed one of them being for the city
managers stated to the health Roosevelt today: expressed hs} entire Toledo, Ohio,June 14.--jlames Sage: Stodaarc was severely! burnej about IWME1ICKET himself with a rifle and pistol and :a1 construct the conduits and rent I

"Seeard mayor that It was iit their rlisapproval oftbe new meat inspection a cousin of Russel Sage, ded: herd today -, the face and arms and Assistant Chief good: supply of ammunition anti fled the use of them to the companies. Another ;
into'it'.on to offer these meats for sale bill as completed: by tie ,house in abject poverty. He was an Pressly of the fire department whc -- to the dense wools: surrounding' the was for a local company to be .
-o the public, but they Intended' a ndfag committee on agriculture. Chairman inmate for some time of the-county was entering the building fight the By Associated Press' I scene. I formed and granted an exclusive privilege :
the carcasses out within a few.'Wadsworth of that committee pre infirmary tout a few years agomade fire was injured by a second explosion Atlanta,.'June .The State Popu-| A posse was formed as soon as the' to control the conduits, with a ; :'
days to be destroyed. As it Is! against sented a draft of the' new measure to an appeal to Russel ,Sage who, sent. which burned him seriously It list Central Committee met here t(;(:news reached Wadley and :has beensearching provision that the conduits could be ',
''p city ordinances to even seep such the president and ,asked, his-, pinfon. him fifty dollars annually thereafter. is feared he Inhaled the flame and his day and adopted resolution to call aji: :! for the negro all c'y. As hais purchased by the city within a &p<}:10 1, '!

;teat on hand tie amday'ts were made ','he president declared_ bill: I'not at The dean!; man wilt be-buried by. the con l in'cn! is the cause of much! anxiety I convention here on 'July 4, "To names I Ia well armed it Is likely te will not, 4' ,,
and tile managers will be prosecuted. all adequate to meet/ "conaStlons." :county. .The loss was trifiling.0 full state ticket."' be taken without a desperate fight. I (Continued on pap nr"l "-



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behind the bar to wait on me. ; :.l 1
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"Ton are a German, but ;you are also : V---J
,.or / \ tr > .. you got all your preparations completed for your summer \a-
I patriot I continued after taking a I a'.u J
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flaaa of beer. I needn't come back.
< ... Winks-I believe so. The .boss says
"Dot vhaa der cue; sir." : "' '_ i
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"So long dot I find oudt how to do

elnHS. I hang oudt a flag. Vhat does: schoolma'am to the
I'man do Then he sets a big flag?' "Henry said the
"He cheers." I ( HE THRILLED."My redheaded boy who was licking the Ink fr
"Und Then he cheers That happens?" : off his pen, "what does the American flag ;
"He feels thirsty." stand for" '
"Und Then be Thas thlrstyr'"Ue M'.w son," said the old man, as he accosted ; "I dunno," was the reply. d =
cornea in here and buys a glass of a bay'about 10 years old, with "Who made the first American flag?" '

beer. a school books under his arm "you are, of "I can't remember."
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"Und dere yon Thas." continued the sa- course aware that this is Flag Day" "Who led the first army under ourflag ,., i
loonlst, with flourish of his "
: a arm. "Der ? .
"Yes. sir, was the \T '
more flags der more cheers. Der more T reply. Ifs gone out of my head." F'i
s cheers der pore thirst Der more thirst "And that today our glorious emblemof "What can you tell me about Bunker
der more beer I selL It it don't be ash liberty Is flung to the breeze from Hill?" 1
I plain as der face on your nose, den I Maine to California?" "I-I wasn't there, ma'am. rC :
"Henry Saunders, you may sit down.I I C
go oud of shop.die peesnese and start some I "Der more flagi der more "Yes, sir." \\t\ t t' j am ashamed of yon.; Little Willie II t
carpenter JOE KERB. cheer" "It floats.froij dome'an$ spire and belfry I Daily, who is only six years ''old knows III i lq /
._ more about the American flag than ;you
-- and stiff. of and
--- ;tt Jtells.you liberty III
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I If :-J noI freedom. It"tells you of the patriot sires I "Teacher may I ask you a question r. L
who died at Lexington and Bunker Hill. queried Henry as hs eat down with a

Every star stands for'& great battle won ilG Jar."What is It?" t f r,

In the cause ef human rights; every stripe "You know all about the American
is a warnIng'to!tyrants: to keep their feet flag don't you?"
II IIII "Of course, I do."
from our shores, Yon know this, don't ,
tell how
I 1U you?",q ;iff j*'li ,. .i. ... + gOt"T'Then me many stars it's CJ, 1

"Y-yes sir." "Why-why-It's got forty-forty.. -It's. V y

: I "And doesn't the knowledge stir you to got"Forty how many?" -
iC the soul. When you" gaze on yon rippling There was.a painful pause; during "Teacher, mar I ails a question"
banner, don't yon feel a thrill from head which the teacher flashed from red to
white and back again. Then she restudy the map of Europe and learn the
I 1I to heel. plied: principal mountain ranges."
K & s' /4 "By gum! I do. Say, hold my books a N----- -. "Henry, you will-ttay after'school and JOB KERR.
3 minute." .
,_ "What aVe you going to do, sonny?" n ..
Ie t "Lick that Pete Wheeler across the .
'-' (IEoRflt street" .-
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"But I'm thrilled and I can't help it! "My ion, you are, of coarse,
Whoop: Hurrah for us! Charge, brave.
boys! Don't give up the ship!" aware that this fa Flag Day?"
WAS DOUBTFUL. And the next moment he and Pete were '
"Dear dear ma but air I wanted to
in the dust and
rolling kicking and biting,
Sam-Does yo" 'belleb dat dere Is a and the old man was looking at the row give him a thrill, and there he Is' with the

party little fellow wot dey calls Cupid over the tops of his glasses and saying tohimself other boy's. ear h.. his. mouth. !"
dat shoots dem arrows wot makes two : JOETJEER.:
hearts as one?" .'

Zeke-I doan know about dat. I bellebs

sometimes dat de-debit) does de shootin'. THEN HE SAT DOWN.It ,

had been arranged by the school The 'Squire had spent the greater pan :
"My pa's a geologi--mow." teacher In the village of Podunk that of the eIght writing out an oration, but

4'' "That's nothla', Smarty, I'm got two 'Squire Hastings should appear just before when he got this far his memory went 1
r uncles what's bigamists!" school was dismissed at noon and back on him. He knew that certain
... make a few remarks to the scholars on things clustered, but he could not remember -
the ficg flying from the cupola, and the them to save his neck. He knew
1 A BASE CALUM3Y. village magnate was on hand at the time that he had meant: to bring in the Pilgrim
: appointed Fathers and the. Battle of York-
a "What's. that old man doing here so "My dear boys and girls," he began, as town, but they had gone from him. lIe l v.
much r' said frequenter of one of the he got his cue to.go ahead, "for several began again and again and. fell down, ,. ;:;
hours past the flag of liberty has been but would not give up until his 12yearold -
public libraries, alluding to '
a flying over your heads. It is the flag of son, who was one 'of 'the 'scho! rs,
looking man poring over a volume about our forefathers Washington and stood up and said: ; '

the East Indian tribes. Franklin, and Hancock and Patrick "Pa, there's a red-headed boy here who

"That1 said the librarian, wickedly I Henry. The sight of it reminds us of gays that you are talking your country ....
Bunker Hill and Valley Forge. The memories to death, and I wish you'd get throughso's .
"is an old chap who comes here to giveus [
I clustering around it take us back I can lick the stuffing out of him!"
tips on the races." I to--to-" JOE KERR.

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I "rOQ told me yon did not drink before we were married." : I
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I dlda't drink-before ire were married.

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.And tell us why and how. ; The,whole world at his feet. /ftf1;

.. DEAL TOTHE WORLD. "v --,- ;, .She clean all knotty points away ': f He little guesses as he lets /.w 's ;
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w- N.Q OPPOSITION r, ;f 816 DAMAGESUF G -RECENTCHAN6E[ [ [ I! BEtCOAIIirG:; ,Is women indescribable an ordeal approach which fear,with for all- I

i.rflL C' p .i.iI tTO T THESTOCKORDINANCE'K AGAiNST I T THEL1&N1 The'PainterKnowsi-- IN THE[ U. S.Orders S.S S.NAIY :. A the' suffering MO-ro and,danger' in store r'R'for her, robs child-birth.the the pain expectant compares and The horror thoughtof motherof with of

all pleasant anticipations of the; coming event, and casts over her a

,the best results can be. obtained only shadow of gloom which cannot be shaken off. Thousands of women\ .
when the paint is Pure White Lead
N.o. Pure,Linseed Oil mixed with tie requirements and.' have found that the use, of Mother's\ Friend during pregnancy robs1

: of the particular in view. N confinement of all pain and danger, and insures safety to life of mother:

& Be wary of the man who suggests the use and child. This scientific liniment is a god-send to all women at tha

of: paint_ already prepared.' He cannot time of their most critical trial. Not only does Mother's Friend
(ODntinuedfrbm: : ', First' Page) know the ingredients oC such mixtures. I
I First-class painting can only be had by I carry women safely through :the perils of child.birth, but its use

': fied time at cost plus a certain, percentage H. Smith.& Co.; Claim Business the 'use of paint which contains nothin Issued to Officers by Department gently prepares,the.system for the..coming event, prevents "morning
1flr : of profit' A tLird 'plan provided but Pure White Lead and Pure Linseed sickness," and other discomforts -

I. ; _.; 4. for an ordinanc ,requiring the: Has Been Oil colored to the desired: '-
companies to. 'remove the overhead Ruined by Railroad shade. Specify During the Week or this period.Sold ? 8"0"If' J!. IE' Ji &

wires with5n; a ,certain district, the andAsk by all druggists at .. Il1I ;.11(

June companies to construct them own con- $50,000._ RED SEAL 1 Just Passed. $1.00 per bottle Book

duits. The matter was not acted upon. Pure White Lead containing valuable information free. r-fAil/ifft
Reverting again to. :the question of H&d'bjr tie Old Dutch Process) : r".Rl1
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fenders for street cars Mayor Dli<;s Suit was filed )yesterday in the offic mixed with Pure Linseed PURE j Special to .The Journal. The Bradfield Regulator CO.. Atlanta.Ga. J.

is the stated that the board of'public} works, of the circuit court by Maxwell & Oiland see that 'your : Washington D. C., June 14.-Rea '
had considered the'"qu'estion some it. It spreads -,' IrE:
month extent and had concluded that nearlyall Reeves, attorneys for O. H. Smith ,& easily painter and uses uniformly form LEAD" Admirals J. Hunker commission. ,....................1)...............................

accidents COudbe prevented if all Co.: asking: damages in the suni{ of ing an elastic coat that immediately announced; A. Dunlap retired, detaci I .

when many knotty points haveto cars were equipped with1a'r! :- 'brakes. J50.000 for injury to the business of becomes a part of the wood ed duty' as commandant San Juan, P'I i NOTHINGQUESTIONABLE f

be decided. but we can ,The committee ".bav1 g"the fender or. plaintiff by reason of the L. &.N. R. R.Co itself. It will not crack: or peel as da R., naval station and ordered home; THERE'S

smooth OUt all the knots in the din ne in charge Stated that It"would : refusing to accept consignments adulterated paints, This means attractive :M .R. S. McKenzie, detached as in.j
jm. ,)1 I clothing. be with clumber : and perfect
glad to have any suggestions appearance protec
Po not buy the cheapest for it reference to fenders from either, coun. of the ,said firm. tion through all the long years of its life. spector of Third Lighthouse DistrwrTompkinsville i i
w.1I I) prove the most ,expensive. oilmen or citizens. Mr. Smith has been engaged in the ,When,it does wear, it wears away uniformly N. Y., orderfla1!' home I

''to not be satisfied' until you The general ordinance committee business of timber broker, selling tier ,.and when the painter is called and placed on waiting orders. I

hare a correct fit. fa.ora'bhreport d the 'ordinance: for l', on commission having it consigned upon again, he finds the surface all ready Captains-K. Roiirer detached Nei I i : in the quality of the furniture we sell. It i Is best that i

Do not think that you can buyan the appointment of?a street and building : for him without recourse to scraping and York yard and ordered to duty as om-I I. money can buy, and, we believe, the best of both quality
all wool suit for $7.50. inspector, and the! ordinance was ; to him from various point "burning off." Remember the name, : t and quantity. If von have a house to furnish, or a spare :.
Do not fail to see the Suits :ordered' token up ,in the regular along! the line of the L. & N. R. R. 1 It Red Seal Pure White Lead. mandant San Juan ,Naval Station; J'I, ; |, room, or want a single piece of furniture for any part of '

we are offering at $15.00 to $20. course. ... Is allegelai that the railroad compar.stnueted Send for a booklet containing meral handsome A. Rogers 'detached'command of the the home or office we believe you will find just what you

Do not forget our daily adver- I Chairman Ingraham. of the'board of \ its agents all along the line: reproductions of actual houses offering valuableIGneetionl Illinois and ordered to duty as i ii .! want and require here, and at prices that mean a sayI1' :
tisement. : fcr the not to load consigae' for a color Kherae in pointing you District I to Alt evnt, we invite inspection before
public safety made his report any more cars I luxue. A test for paint parity la also given. spector of Third Lighthouse ; I ing ;you. any : :
month of May which':-was received and to Mr. Smith, and it is said that hlt;>" G. Blocklinger detached New Yorkj: buying. Then, too, our
-. adopted. pers have been writing to him W:th: NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY yard and ordered to command the I1' : I Ii

New Office Created. reference, to the matter and inquiring Clark Ave. and 10th St. St. Louis. Mo. Illinois; H. Minett retired, continu :

s Under the head of I ordinances on is to why the L. & refused to hai treatment at Norfolk naval hospital. Buy Now, Pay Later Plan !

= first reading an ordinance was introduced lie business, consigned to him. Not Commanders :H. Sears given additional -I i '

to create the office of superintendent being able tOship their timber to Mr.: ; ,duty in attendance at the puts everybody on the same footing as to ownership. : '

of streets ansi buildings, and Smith the shippers were obliged to 3'6f3FOR summer conference of officers at Naval -i. The man with but little money can have furniture same .!

fixing: the duties of the omce. The said send; it to other paTties and for this War College! ; A. Moritz retired'l'' : as the man with plenty of money. Just a few dollars is
-- offical! to "elected""by the city council reason it is alleged' that the busines3f : ordered to court _martial duty : : : all you need to get what you want. You can pay for to'

SAFES SAFES I SAFES 1 SAFES 1! for the term of one ,year. The or: Mr. Smith has been practically tit e- SALE. BY ALL DEALERS York yard.Ldetftennt. what you get while using it
stroyed.WARREN. E. A. Arnerson :
dinance was ordered to take Its usual Commanders -
Buy Diebold'Sales.. course. detached the Pennsylvania and''I r rI.

Scarritt Moreno, Agent. Unanimous consent-was asked and ordered to duty as commander of the; MA R S TON & QUINA
& CO. Marine Grocery Co Fleet ,
granted for the introduction of an ordinance second; torpedo flotilla, Atlantic ;

grating the Pensacola Grocer G, El Bird detached the Pennsj Ivans; i 108/110 S. PalafoxSt. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fia. i
Co.. the to construct 604, 605 S. Pal fox St. and horns M. M. Taylor Q'e.1
White Barber Shop side track right on Jefferson ,and street.operata It FISH HOUSELARGE Phone 725. tached ordered the, second torpedo; flotilla and I I.: ....................................................1

was referred to the franchise commit V. J. VIDAl Manager.. ordered home; D. E. Dlsmukes detached I -
Monadnock and ordered
The white barbers formerly of 3( tihe
S Palafox St., are now located at :Nox tee.Alderman D'Alemberte asked unanimous ACaiTION 'IS BEING COSTRUG'rED : We carry a full line of Imported and, home; U. T. Ho".mes ordered to the WARNINGIt
consent for the introduction of: Domestic Groceries and Provisions: Dixie; K. MoAJpine> detacheW! Cavil
\ E. Government St. next to Western
I'mon. an ordinance granting certain right of: < BY THE PENSACO- W* want your patrona'ge. Station and ordered to the Ohio; CW. .
for line and detached the Ohio and ordered -
way a railroad over LA: BUILDING ASSOCIATION! Dyson
through the streets of the city. Permission home; C. Davis ordered to the<

COTTRELL, was grante'd', but upon the ordinance Bureau of Equipment, Navy Department having come to my knowledge that
: FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. being read it was found to bin < SOLDiER[ r PASSE[[ ; F. C. Bowers deta'ched' thp<
skeleton form, and Incomplete. Alderman A force of workmen is engaged in Brooklyn and ordered to the Pennsylvania t ,

: ''Pensacola Fla. Hays gave,it as his opinior the construction of a large addition ; E. H. Durrell detached the unscrupulous merchants are refilling -
that some d the privileges &skel for to the fish. house of Warren & Co. on S'aval Acaiatemy and ordered to the some

WATCHES AND CUT GLASS had already: been granted and it wa. Baylen street .wharf, which will oc.< Sew Jersey. -

Something Swell In Gold Jewelry, stated in connection: with the ordinauce cupy the site of the portion of the W O'RTH1ESS T l[ Lieutenants' J. Hyland commis: my Bank Note Cigar boxes with

W. A. Gahlenbeck, 21? S. Palafax! Si that it was ,the intention of thos building destroyed by_fire some month] announced; R. C. :Moody and J. G
who asked it to eventually enc.rcle UK Church ordered to the Naval Academy -
city and run out to what is known as ago.The new building will be two ; '1. McC. Luby ordered to th; inferior Cigars I Ivarn all such Merchants -

TURTON &. BELL. Beach Haven. The ordinance Was returned stories in heighth and .50 by 70 fee Brooklyn! ; H. L. "Wyman detached Naval ,

PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1370. to Alderman D'Alemberte fr= The[ upper 'portion wll 1 be fitted out CHECKS[ 'K Academy and ordered to the Denver -

kodak Suppl:81.-: Finishing: lor Ama'surj.! correction and completion. for[ a sail loft, as the firm does all of S. V. Tirahamdetached Nava it is a violation of the Revenue'law

}.TL oratoance was introduced bjAldeman its own sail work, while the lowe Academy anta'' ordered to the D'!. i

D'A'pmlberte! by unanimous i portion:will; be"used as .a barrel.house Moines; E. Woods ordered to t1e
K. in will be
R. WHITE. ', consent, providing for an eight fool for the 'storage'of fish etc. Franklin; W. G. Mitchell detached tha; and if persisted they

Watchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler.and Graduate sde"4'alk'on: the south side of' Garden The.work, which is being done by :Naval -Academy and ordered to the<

Optician,30 S. Palafox Street. Pensacola.: Fla. street. The ordinance contained fa Pensacola' Building Associatiorwas : Secured $15.00 from One Barten Cleveland;, H. W. Osterhaus detached the fullest extent of the

proviso that property: should be afferted \commenced1' during _the'earIY'jr. the-Mayflower and ,ojrdered to the prosecuted to

TalC : by it until repairs to the present ,ioaof, ,the:,week, and materiafitr. being der, But FaifecTin n Other Louisiana';, "- I- ;. '\.

Terse/7 } walks were necessary. It was referred placed on the ground so that i it Ensigns-O. C. Dowling ordered tol< : FRANK REILLY

to the ordinance committee. can :be pushed ahead rapidly. Attempts. the New Jersey; F. H. Sauler: ordered.I Ito aw. ,
The building will be about the sam Norfolk yard, connection with torpedo :
Stock Ordinance.
It G. Clark, of Atmorr. is among I
business A'.derman size as that portion destroyed, but boats in reserve. Sole Agent.DIAMONDS
the visitors in the city. Upon motion of ; Yong detacherthe .
Kill be more conveniently arranged. Midshipmen Campbell
the btook ordinance:was takei up and John J. Cole-y, an artilleryman attached -
\U. R. Alford formerly of Chlpley, Colorado and ordered to the Lawton -
acted He then offered substitute -
but no* ot Hartford Ala., is in the upon. to one of the companies at and on arrival Asiatic Station report U.. ,
prohibiting stock from running!; Ht-lI *##**##***
City on business. at large within the following limits: :' To Get More Strengthfrom Fort Barrancas, is an occupant of the for duty; E. S.I loses detacasc '

W. H. Spire, a prominent nava! Beginn'ng at Bayou Texar at the prolongation Your; Food. county jail u"pon the charges of the Alabama and ordered detached to the the< WATCHES, JEWELRY, |
C. Meyers
stores operator of Moultrie Ga., is 11 of Maxwell street then I forgery and passing forged checks. Louisiana Minneapolis; A.ami1! ordered to the Louisi If. CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSE I
the short business visit. of Maxwell ,
city on a westerly along the center -
to both charges, th9 Indian 1
He leaded guilty ana; V. P. Coffin detached SILVERWARE
street to the intersection of Tarragona: STERLING ,
The fishing schooner Clara R. Har the Bowels are flllec both when arraigned before the re- and ordered to the Louisiana. !
'\\0(1;)', of the fleet Of Saunders & Co., street; thence southerly in the ceuTi-i "o! er and afterwards before Judg Medteal Director .-T. H. Streets -Is i POTTERY OPTICAL GOODS, I
: undigested food ART
of Tarragona street Moreno street; we< ,
arrived in port yesterday with a WHEN Nichelsen. : tached Naval Hospital, Philadelphia:
thence westerly In the center of jlor be a great deal worst GLASSWARE.
afhrnocn CUT
catoh of 4,000 snappers.W. Coley came to the city Tuesday and ordered home. ,
with. C
street to its
eno than if we were haareL with a number of other sol Medical InspE"Ctor-N. H. Drake 1e-
L. Martin one of the most accompllshed street thence southon C street tc -
; & Hers, and evidently run short of: tached Naval Academy and ordered tc
writers in the state, hu thence east"in the center ol
become I Gregory; Because food that stays too long I ithe : funds, before he got ready to depart Naval Hospital New York for treat'
editor of the Crystal Rivsi Gregory of Doneison street; thenc and Fine Stationery. -
News. The people of Crystal River south on Doneteon'street-to:Pensacols: Bowels decays there, just as if I it Securinf some blank checks on thv ment.SurgeonsJ. r Engraving
American National Bank he proccede' B. Dennis detached' I -
and the Citrus to be i stayed too long in the air.
county are con: bay. The substitute ofdlnance was open
to( fill them out and get them cached, Naval Proving grounds, Indian Head,1.- '
gratulated. put upon its second-reading: ; read a'd: Well when food decays in the Bowels, '
One he passed upon John W st, a bartender Maryland and ordered to in comman. Attention
The case of Bennie Edmunseu,! referred to the ordinance and engrossing -:I through delayed and overdue action wha! at Morris Dannheisser's salooi 3f Naval Hospital Puget Sound, Washington Mail Orders Receive Prompt

charged with assaulting Chas. H. Bur' co.mmitthe.aud the'city"attorney. .I lbappens? Iou Zairagossa street This check was [ with additional duty at yard;;

ton, which was set for a preliminary I An ordinance' providing for the confiscation 'I signed John J. Coley, and was for the D.) B. Kerr attached Naval Medica

bearing yesterday morning before and sale, weapons unIaI"-1 I sum of $30, though the soldier agreed School, Washington, D. C. and ordered' i
Inited States Commissioner Marsh fully concealed which were i f The millions of little 3ucoaPump to take $15 on it and return for t.irenninder. e to duty at Naval Recruiting Statior'hicago E. O. Zadek Jewelry Co.

las continued.:: Several of the ma the police was passed. !I at line the Bowels and Intestines then dm3oiion I : This amount was evidently III; L. L. Wedekind detached ALA. *
trial witnesses were absent. An ordinance'proViding for the salt i from the decayed Food, Instead olhe span .spent for Wednesday n? appeal Maval Recruiting Station Chicago, MOBILE,
to: W. A. Blount for; the.sum of $300.:i Nourishment they were intended tcraw. ) cd at Tony Johnson's saloon further Illinois and ordered home; G. Pickrel ti: "*a-H *g** :f. 'i-i-K -"'"'"
If want Jhe best ask : of all of that portion of lots 24 and 25,' I Zarragosga street and Franklin. -----
very your [ west on ; ordered to the
grocer for Blue Ribbon Lemon and block 34 water front now' owneci'! b-j II I there wanted to get a check casb.ecwhich : Passed Assis-taant Surgeons-F. A I ::nounce-' I
Vanilla.! him was passed: I I This Poison gets into the blood and It of F. Bell' Medical
Absolutely pure. Goes! had: tile signature C. Ass.?rson detached Naval D. Stanlc>' [ VICTOR SAFES
twice! as far. An amendment to the hack ordinance I time, spreads all over the body, unless the attached. School, Washington, D. C. and oricred Assistant Pavmasters-E ordered to the
providing penalty for defrsudinghacknnen Cause of is removed of the other Indian I detached the Ohio and
Constipation promptly Johnson had heard saIcon ( to Naval Proving grounds, Hornberger <'(a'*- ,
or overcharge by hackman :! That cause of Constipation is: Weak, 01: getting stuck by a soldier, so ht Head. Maryland; G. M. Mayer Monadnoclc; Monadnock J. and ordere-l l
To labor Organizations. was passed.The 5 rrlused'to cash the check.' Offish!' detached l-vall\Iedlcal School, Washington tached the tc This safe wa; awarded the
Muscles. ordered
; Lazy Bowel j I Patten
communication" 'of.. the' mayoiwith I Jones in the meantime became cogni D. .C. and ordered to Wa: .hngton home; E. H. Van oro-red grand prize at thoWorld's
The reference to the petition for al When your Bowel-Muscles grow ,flabby ant of what had transpired and yard; F. E. Campbell ordered the Mohican; J, E. McDonald ordered Fair, and although I

labor delegates! appointed by the sewer on Chase street was brought up hey need Exercise to strengthen them, nohysic" .t placed the soldier under arrest as hwas t:<. the Constellation! ; G. M.McConvo-i to Cavite Station; F. T.NFoxwell inexpensive it Is
organizations of the city will Station.
the clerk was' instructed to request .I Cavite
and to
PVase to pamper them. leaving the bar. detached the Constellation and order commission the best. safe made.
take notice that the meeting ol: to Boatswains-J. Laven
the board cf bond trustees Chief
checks found the E. aeaehed \
Other were C. Ryder
said dele'gates will be held! TON'G.HT aThere's upon ;d to the Missouri; H. Sweeney or-
return the petition which had been referred of the soldier, one for $40 with ordered home and announced; Them in Stock
\t t 7:30: at the, hall, DeLuna street. person : the Training Station, Newport We Keep
to th to the lL to :Naval
m coun ored
kind of Artificial
JAS. I only one Excisc the name of Bell signed, while another placed on waiting orders; H. Sha.vdEtached : Sullivan granted
M. JOHNSON. ---; Island T.
The finance committee was instructed for the BowelMusclea.Its had not been filled out.The.'ii1er Naval Med'cal: School, Wash- Rhode ;
President sck: leave. and can give you just
to examine back tax certificates: months
made no denial of having and ordered to the :Naval -
D. .C. the
is "CASCARETSd iU ngton BoSains-KP, detchtd want if
name Teel what you or wehaven't
and ascertain if possible, "whit percentage .
committed forgery or of passini Hospital, Philadelphia, Penn.; Rtf. Station
of them ware a ie. I price is Ten Cents a box. Missouri and ordered to Asiatic got what you want
RACINGTODAY : :conec I ( wo.rthless. checks and'was turned overt :. Michels detached :Naval Medical to the Con-
J. A. DaIW sujbmitte'd' a claim for 41 ,I So, If you want the same natural actior the county authorities and later School, Washington D. C. an'a''( ordered : ; P. J. Kenney ordered we can order it for you I

days pay. It being alleged,that he haG:I that a six mile walk in the country would committed% by Judge Nichelsen. to: ) Nava/1/ Recruiting Station, Kansas 8telIatiOn. Frucht detached and save you money. Dropus
This suspended without trial and that: Gunners-1L : a postal.
evening at 2:30 o'clock races been ,
without the weariness fake one Missouri. C..
I )
I give ( City, ordered home;
you ,
a' Kupfrian's Park. One pac'ng: race he had not been subsequently tried on S. Higgins and Dflf. the Cleveland and
Is Dirt
What PaymastE'l"s-J.
wween "One -Spot" and "Little! Dan.:' the charges preferred. Referred the :>I Jascaret at a'time, with intervals between,, announced. J. Miller detached the West Virginia
An old college professor used to Nesbit.commissions Wm. Johnson & Son Inc.
AIm one fast runnin'g race between finance committee with pow.r to II till I you reach the exact condition.y.o desire,, say "Assistant Paymasters-B. D, ana' ordered to the Cleveland. ,
-- -- to hIs students; "What Is dirt? Don'tbe Passed Machlnlst-T. C. Hiner reported
ta o\ favorites. Admission gents SOc,, act. I One, Cascaret, at ,a time will properly, dirt McGee and N. W. Grant commissions Warrant sine*
afraid of little ,
i lajies free. A petition of property owners for J a young gentle missing from the Incorporated.
'- the extension water mains on Jack.son leaase a foul ,Breath, or Tongue* man. What is dirt? Why, nothing atall May 19, 1906; C. A. Rowe ordered to
A coming Headache can be 'warded off! viewed. : J. W. Merget resigna'tion -
when ,
offensive chemically
street east of 16th avenue was referred HEREDITARY. Norfolk yard; .... ._ .
That a Letter win Do. to the water committee. In short order, and the cause remo & Rub a little alkali upon that dirty NOT accepted. --- <--- -
A. proofreader, anent the Importance The additional bond:. of Treasurer grease spot on your coat, and It undergoes -toaLiving Minute Assistant Civil Engineer-rQrdere']!
lit trifles wad from his notebook these Baldness Due Station, Charleston, Sout!
Dai'ey was approvedThe.councll a chemical change and becomes Germ. to :Naval I Hot WeatherLaundry
absurd sentences each made tho that be Don't: fail'to'carry the Vest Pockellascaret !
by ordered a lease oap. Now rub it with a little water, even. unto the presently Ca.'roUna.
omission of a single letter; entered Icto with Smith & Porter for' Box with you constantly. and it disappears; It is neither grease, Many of people, consider, ,baMness due toicreditary Paymaster Clerk-T. J. Hoskinsoc' 1 I

"The conflict was dreadful and theremy timber' boom'privileges on water front l Druggists sell them--over ten million soap water nor dirt. That is not avery grace influence. ordered to the Severn. WorkIf

*! .was repulsed with great laugb- property, the rental. being, flxetf at $300,boxes a ye r.- odorous pile' of dirt you' observe Nothing Is further from- the trutiBaldness 4-.W3I. I

fcr."When oer- annum. of the,board' .of' public!, Be very: careful to get 'the genuine,, there. Well, scatter a little gypsum is caused by the onslaught ol. DON'TI! I 'IDon't you would have laundry
the president'swife entered The request and it is no longer dirty. Everything organism wh'ch secretes it.eelt o will stand this hot
be" lade only by,the Sterling, Remedy Corn- over 8 minute let your child suffer work that
the that the sum appropriated -. : '
humble works the I
sitting of the miner the scalp and attacks careful In
room call dirt is of beneath will be
you worthy when can cure it with weather, you
for the purpose of cleaning and never sold fa bulk. Every tablei that cough you
tie any '
it to lose its
was politely offered a hair. weenls-was. refened to -- your notice as students of chemistry., cots of ths hair-causing Ballard's Horehound Syrup, "'a sure the selection of your launJry.
"A man was yesterday nrreeted once .strefitof"committeeTic tamped "CCC. Analyze it, analyze it! It will all separate ife and fall out. for Coughs, Bronchitis, Influenza Such weather is the true test of ,

charge of having eaten a cabman .the' finance reslsnation of 'L- Baars 33 al- Into very clear elements. Dirt This organism cannot be got rid ofeX'Cept cure, Croup and Pulmonary Diseases. a laundry. Our collars and
and persevering '
fur demandingmore than his fare. derman-at-large from"precinct No. 14 makes corn corn makes bread and by the free Buy a bottle and try it. shirts stand the hot weather in

"An employee in the service of the wac received and accepted and Dr. FREE TO OUR READERS meat, and that makes a very sweet uSe of NeWbro's how.Herpicide.badly the scalp is i B. B. Laughter, Byhalia, Jigs a most satisfactory manner. Let

Government was accused of having Prank G. Renshaw unanimous/,. tosento I It baa been 'arranged to' mail free teautiful young lady that I'saw one Qf you kissing No matter the Dandruff surely oTsap writes: "I have two children, who hadcroup. ] us call for. yours.

stolen a small ox from the mall.*The tuceeed hhn. Dr. Rensfcaw, was: requested > little French-designed COLDL&2'D last night. So, after all you were >n>cted health is restored when! I tried many different remedies

olen: property" ,was found"la cis rest to qualify 'as' soon as 'possible -I pretty* colors trinket, a box handsome,bard-enameled ornament in kissing dirt particularly If she whitened pears tferpicide and hair is applied. but I must say your Horehound and The Star Steam

Doeket aost liberal offer ever made, and wewaDt her skin with chalk or fuller's the cause you remove the Syrup is the best Croup
two every reader to have one. Ten 'Destroy medicine I ever useC" Sold ;
trouble between negro < Cough
The Jelling, Laundry.
young gentlemen
C rnts in stamps is asked as a measure earth. There ffect.
He TTa the Limit. women end the conductor-of'a streetcar of\ good faith and to cover cost of.Cas what is dirt though I may say For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte, by all druggists. i. .
Gladys-Yes she is going to take bin near the junction, a. few days ago caret with. which this dainty box isoaded. that rubbing sfleh stuff upon the beautiful druggist and apothecary, 121, Soutbalafox 57 arden St. Ptient 114.
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for better or worse. Don't you think was/brought up by',Alderman.McHugh Send today, be sure to mention tbii I skin of a young lady is a dirty street, or send lOc in stamps GENUINE GOODYEAR WELT $ Ptnwcol, FlA.
Pe! Is foolish who asked if conductors bad police taper and write your address plainly The Herpicide Co., :Be- SHOES NEXT TEN DAYSAT:
? : to
'Dolly-No he wuldn't _
; Pearl powder is made of for sample : .... :
tII was 4 sc sSe'Q'briefly Address Sterling Remedy Company.or practice. M. & 0. ONLY $2.50. .i'.c' ::: :
wovs '.-Xew York Press. powers.' The:questioa New York. :Mich., ,
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and those issues. Public sentiment I1ve.J hundred,milesiwide. The: coyotes r' I fully up to the ,requirements of the
t has come to Bryan, not Bryan; to public serenaded it all night with a concert lawr and in most'cases the lessees are
; V bt. tnato1a Jontnal sentiment. The change: of. opinion that seeme4 it h
of men on great governmentalques! : form to sweep the camp from the'faCe camp and: loave: nothing undone forth'e

tions has naturally caused them to of the landscape: 'The camp never welfare of the men, in keeping of

w--_ __ ., ----- S ,I turn to the leader who has been the said aught In reply. But when: mornIng coarse, with: strict discipline :and safe-
-, foremost exponent of these principles, came'.>;|t :wenti.on" Its mission. ty, goinr on the correct hypothesis

,DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. and who fought two'brilliant. If unsuccessful Tampa nej. t., :IF STITE T T [ that if the men are well cared for,

campaigns for-them. well.fed, clothed and housed.i!they will
: PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY : The' last' presidential" campaign, f do more and better work and prove a

moreover, demonstrated to the satisfaction '.# better investment to theif lessees

...BYn.... S of those Democrats that there THE POPULARITY! OF aside from the humanitarian stand-

was no middle course-to be pursued. : WIILLIAM J. BRYAN:.*. CONVICTS N pint, and some reports to'the con
THE JOURNAL COMPANY. Either they must join the party .controlled -us. ;; .'-:;..- trary, notwithstanding, these lessees

S must en- Savannah News. of the
-5rULrUtflJL5n1JLnJvLrunJufJu jj-j-rj-j.JU, -- by plutocracy or they and their men Jn charge camp
J. list In' the army fighting against that *; are human, and humane ,men'; and areready
FRANK.. MAYCS President and General Manager., banner. There wag to be no 'neutral 4J.H111 IH.."" willlng'nd anxious, at 'any and

S LJ fl JVJt.JUL JUW rJWfl J.-fl5Jtt .r ground, as the vote 'for MT. Parker I State Prison( Physician Testifiesto ;: all times, to correct evils that may
The third and
I demonstrated.
clearly Judging fromHhe way the Democratsof creep In. ; i I
MEMBER 'THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. fourth idea received its quietus fOR LICE ON FOWLS.
party hear much of the; 'terrible
one state after another are declaring ,Humane Policy Adopted "Do Fyou
in.the, last campaign and'left fou two
S S for cases of abuse and mistreatment' NOTHING CAN
Mr. be no contest TAKE
roads for the political traveler. The Bryan therQwlll, circulated?" THE
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. fingerpolnt d unmistakable.and the an for the nomination for president Toward Unfortunetes." -, was some asked.of the' papers have PLACE OF A DEPENDABLELICE

One year..S 00 Ono Month....... ........ *5 I ti-Bryan Democrats discovered that in the next Democratic national con "These matters are always magnified -

Six .Months............... 2 50 One Week................ H> their choice: was limited to two paths. vention. Mr. Bryan will be chosen and added to ford,"; said the POWDER.

Three Months...... ....... 1 25 Weekly Edition, per yeu..$! 0( only.great It majority is not pf remarkable them should that take the. long before the convention meets. treatment The following of state article convicts relative appearedin to the I l doctor. "Some trouble many arises now and

-- -w the right road. 'Some, indeed, enter Several days ago the Morning News a recent issue of The Ocala Banner: then, and will 'In. systems of ;this kind CONKEY'SLICE

The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed ed the Republican party in .1896, and. predicted that Mr. Bryan would be State Prison Physician Dr. W. G. as long as they exist, but these troubles -

I these will remain in that party. For the Democratic nominee and Mr. Lamar, of Quincy, was in the city yesterday are quickly remedied add the of-
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. and last night on his regularround fenders severely reprimanded, if it be
tunately their number not great. I
Roosevelt nominee for
I- -wI The suddenness of' the Bryan movement the: ,Republican : of visits to the different con an ofli'dal's fault, or the offending condition -

naturally resulted from the be- president Of course, the declarationof vict camps and the prison hospital at; removed if it be' from other'

I Offices, 108 and 110 East I Papers.on Sale on Trains ginning of the congressional cam- the president, when he was elected Ocala. Dr. Lamar; In company with I causes. Right here let me say," and POWDERIS

Government. Phone 38. and at all News Stands.PENSACOLA patgn. It had its first manifestationin nearly two years ago that he wouldn'tever the hospital physician. Dr. S. H. BlitciL Dr. Lamar 'waxed most earnest, "tb

____ _- SI 4. Missouri naturally; also, for in 1904 accept another; nomination for paid a'visit to the prison II present lessees'of the convict tbrougb SCIENTIFICALLY PREPARED -
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J-5r -ij- 5r 4 All ,_ Mr. Bryan used his every endeavor to the 'i of the the Marion Farm, near-this city. and I. their president, Mr. S. A. Rawls ave
highest in the gift
secure the presidential nomination:for when seen last evening, after his return Dr. BUtch, myself and both of the inspectors AND CAN ALWAYSBE
FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING.! JUNE 15. 1906 the leading citizen of that state. a people, stands in the way of that his obstacle be-- from that Institution, he told the full authority' and earnest requests -
? candidate but RELIED
.in'g a again, UPON
; TO
man who has been Confederate gen- Star reporter that he had found the to at once remedy any evil that RiD
will be if the Republican -
Recognition of Everglades is as. justifiable as many r eral, the first southern man seriously leaders decide overcome that the welfareof hospital! 'in i ; the best of condition, and I was found or might be found, and if YOUR FOWLS OF LICE.

'other propositions: that go up annually rr named for the presidency since the the party demands his nomination.The the patients all doing well. Dr. Lamar it was a matter of monetary'expense,

Senator Taliaferro. to Congress. close of the civil war. While others Louisville Courier, Journal, in said he considered this one of the best I to incur that expense, send in the bills
I best and main and he would see that they were paid,
were insisting that the time had not equipped regulated
The appointment of Senator Jam sIP. If the lands are as fertile for farms come for the nomination of a southernman discussing the probability that the tained hospitals for prisoners in the. no matter what the cost time or trou I F. SJellen&GoPhone
reported It would candidates parties
as repay tha ex- of the two great
Taliaferro, of Florida] as the successor of for the presidency. Mr. Bryan in- Roosevelt south. He said he found in the-prison-I ble. And these requests w re made
reclamation will ,
t pgnse to the be Mr. Bryan and Mr.
of the late Arthur Pue Gorman jnent within gjvernj sisted that forty years after the war ers, most of whom are only partly disabled ;I to the state officials, employed by the
a few by the suggests that the point will be
j : years manyindustries danger 334
state look after the state's and not ,
had sufficiently allayed sectional animosities and suffering from chronic troubles -I: to ,
on the finance committee of the I and port duties. There are found In the southern states. Per- I '
nominationnot of standing. in condi the lessees interests, and were made
to make such a long good .1 i
; very few men of mature judgement sonal politics'and'other have
United Senate things
States may mean a only proper but politic. Small tion and cheerful spirits. A lot of I'I mandatory on the part of the hospital Cor Garden and Alcaniz
{ opposed to draining the ,Everglades: caused so much dissatisfaction among
great deal to this state, as the committee The fear of wonder then that Missouri should new beds and mattresses had recently' physician, on whom Mr. Rawls frequently -
I a greatly increased taxation the people of some of the southern
: in question is the ranking ona is the ghoet that frightens. TLe I I have been the first to urge the nomina. states, according to the view of that been put in, and the sanitary condl-.1! impresses the fact: that he ,........ .....4
tion the Nebraskan. tions of the hospital were well nigh must do everything necessary for the
of the Senate. The Jacksonville : of
source of-obtaining money to for 1 -
in that
pay paper, ,tlie:-.event. .
Times-Union has the following to say the work Is'but one l gitimately-tax-I Those Democrats who opposed Mr. nIt being a candidate in 1908( he would I perfect, as, at great expense, the en-!t welfare ,of" his patients regardless of -,
Bryan in 1896 and 1900 know the man tire premises had been recently sup expenses. '
ation. Lift this and .
relative to the appointment stand a pretty gD >-'chance of getting
; one'opposed to the work. If the reclamation too well to attempt to use him as a quite a number of the electoral votes plied with ,the best pf plumbing for, One might think that the state, COFFEE
Senator Taliaferro has been assigned. is- an experiment and proves; tool for their own selfish ends. His of those states. sanitary purposes and its beneficial having leased the convicts .would then !

to the committee' on finance to fill the unsuccessful the government can L ambition to be president, if he still The Courier-Journal, on this point effects tq the hospital are beyond I rest its case and derive as much revenue
by the death of Senator Gor -
vacancy much better bear the loss than the have that ambition is not so consuming "W5th measure.. < as possible from the transaction I
says: Theodore Roosevelt as
man. This is the commutes :
ranking property owners of Florida. as to Induce him to surrender even Dr. Lamar talked very interestingly|I Not so; the state employ the state:1
Republican candidate can
no one
of the Senate and a place, on it is avery the least important of his i! prison Dr. Lamar We are the Pioneer
I Should Congressman Clark succeed L principlesto say that any of the old Border states for half an hour on the state prison physician, one
high indeed to
compliment Senator
who is only beginning his second a in his efforts In this drainage matterit secure the office. If he be nomi: are entirely safe for Democracy. Mis-' system and gave the Star man a good i i among the brightest minds and best I Coffee Roasters of
nated he will surround himself with insight into its workings. Dr. Lamar i! physicians and surgeons in the state
would j
term of service. I put his star in the ascendant, rouri halt 'gone, Tennessee hanging in
and remove an Issue from the state those whom he can trust, and those the balance. Maryland wanting Gor- was appointed to his present position|; a well as the two inspectors to looki :! West Florida.

The appointment will increase Sen- that is assuming gigantic proportions, only. If any uncertain politician man's superb leadership, West Virginia in February of this year and since I i after the welfare! of its unfortunate
ator Taliaferro's opportunities of use- should thrust himself the front he wards. /l
that time'has been the rounds
fulness and threatening the solidity of thE: and Delaware'.in the hands of the making I ;
to P.orida. When proposed democratic party. Mr. Clark could not will be carefully watched and trusted enemy with thousands of Democratsin of the different! camps of the sub-les.!, Hon. Newton A. mUch is one of the '

it tariff' legislation reaches the Senate do a nrore popular thing than to ,transfer only so far as it will be safe to trust Virginia and Kentucky ready to sees about every sixty days and to' inspectors and Hon. C. D. Clark ol McHUCH'S BlEND
the hands
into of this
mitted.goes com the reclamation proposition from him. Should the neXt convention conclude hurrah for Roosevelt." the Ocala hospital about once a month, Blountstown is the other. These gentlemen
The Times-Union
S favors a the state to the United States govern to nominate Mr. Bryan which If the enthusiasm for Mr. Bryan though he has no regular time for his divide the state in two suctions
to-anyone for revenue one dollar only, without of protection giving; it: nt. It would be a great relief to seems certain it will have to tender continues to increase, as it promisesto visits and no one connected with the of eighteen camps each' and one 1 have no equal. A trial

that be avoided. So thA'present situation and bring peace the nomination under such conditions do, there will not be much doubt camps know when he is coming or of them visits each camp at least ev
system can of protection is long as the' End harmony back to the people where that he can accept It without abating! for whom the foregoing states will whither he is going so'that he sees ery forty days and with the physi{- will convince the con.
maintained now prevails discord and cfrrision. one jot his principles, and with assurances cast their electoral votes. Besides Mr. the camps as they exist in their normal cian's visits coming between gives
however its favors should be equitably -
distrfbutsd. Representative Clark's measure is either expressed or tacit that Bryan is far m popular in what he conditions, and not as they mightbe every camp a visit from one of thestate's : noisseur that we

I The will 'give him a clear field In which to called the enemy's country when he prepared for him if his visits were officials at least once :a month, make
timely. government is no extravagant
The Republican party, professing to spending operate for the overthrow of the evils
always timed, did any mischief exist and in the meantime whenever
was a candidate.Jn 1896 and lS0(}. It a report
favor reciprocity will listen to no U.1kl millions In the reclamation of desert which he has been combating: since is true of courseAhat, there is a radical and the lessees 'desire to hide the fact that anything is going wron'g at a claims.

in that line except with South or Central -I I I lands in the west and there i no reason his entrance into.public? life. element in the*Pgrnocratlc! Party that from his eyes. camp Is received, be that report from I

American: nations or it it deals why the Florida Everglades should doesn't seem pleased with the pros- Dr. Lamar's duties, as laid down to whatever source it'may, convicts, not

with other nations it wilt give no concessions be overlooked. :Florida is as much ** ** H pect of having Mr.: Bryan as the Demo- him by the prison commiss'.on.: are to excepted, an inspector or the physician I Wholesale and RetsilGROCERS

except on agricultural entitled S cratic nominee*tbut it will not be visit the camps and the hospital, makea immediately goes to that camp
to share
of the
products. Republican r. CiprocitywouJd as NEWS AND
mousy VIEWS
do careful inspection of the physical and sifts the matter I
strong enough to him much, If any, to the bottom.
buy markets for northern manu any other state and it Is possible that FROM STATE PAPERS. harm. :As the i condition. of the prisoners, their food,' ,
jsjtuation now ; Then
facturers at the expense of the agri- ***#**#S* II 4fl4 presents again, comes the interest of
recognition of its clothing and quarters, the sanitary
needs and the greatbenefit itsel hI have '
ctluure of the south and especially otFlorida. ", ; Bryap will the support the lessees of the convicts, Messrs. S.
: : that would accrue to the entire of tremendous' I conditions: pf the stockade and,the entire -
a nservative element
S Rawls & Co., in their
Concessions on sugar h Ul tLouisiana I I welfare. and and all J lands of Feed
!1S I state. by the dTainage of the Everglades A ToughInsect -- In that section and it is within the camp in general. If a man is this at its
and company, own and
Injured Florida's expense
pects. Concession on tripical fruits pros} will be secured If Florida's i The campaign lie is a hard flea t<) bounds of 'probability that he wilt found ailing or sick, or/says heis. sick, in addition to the services oj Dr. La- Stuffs.Pluto .

would greatly injure Florida. We:' senators and representatives bestii catch, and is a long lived insect. Ye t even get electoral votes there. The the prison commission instructs Dr. mar, suuplied by the state, have employed

would like to see all protection go,I, themselves.' At any rate the effort is I it is very doubtful if it has ever changed Bryan movement Is so strong that it Lamar ,and he instructs the local phy. Dr. .S-, H. Blitch to take chargeof I

but we are not willing to give the worth making. a total enough to elect or defeat J l surprises' the most level-headed politicians !- sidan one of whom is located at the prison hospital at Ocala, and
up candidate. It Is apt to prove a boomerang of both political parties. each camp, to give the man the benefit '-
little that the south receives only to! give the indigent prisoners sent there Water
The.Atlanta Journal : "You can times. .It of the doubt and either treat him
says I at is"safe'to say tha; the benefit
buy more favors for the"north. I I of the services of one of .
wake up ,Mr. Bryan in the night and I: an attack on a andldate's charactei HINTS.10kFIRMERS at the camp or send him at once to the kindest, most humane and.best
On this committee Senator surgeons
: Talia- will the central: hospital at Ocala, as the
help substantiated:
he will :
say the correct thing on the and physicians that the
lerro will be able to look after the interests state
state of his Justify. If there'
:, by records or undeniable proofs.- case may Wholesale and Retail.
of Florida Of course the democrats trust-question. It has only been ol. Mbntlcello News. Feeding Young Pig. is a doubt of the man's sickness, give possesses. The lessees pay for and

S oppose the whole nefarious system -,recent date, however-since the Atlanta .. *> For young pigs it is very necessary him the benefit of that doubt are the the doctor stocks and maintains a

.S but Senator Taliaferro will be ia : Journal and Hoke Smith flopped Endorsement of Bryan. that milk be a part of the ration says instructions from headquarters down. completely equipped. pharmacy rightin

a position to fight all attempts to 'that: It could or would say the correct The Democratic party of the nation 1 American Agriculturist In connectionwith The doctor was asked if he had the hospital.A New Orleans Grocery Co

make it more nefarious than it is by : thing about Mr.. Bryan. appeared to be hopelessly divided ii]1 the milk ground barley, oats, corn found any.sickness approaching an ep word of the head and moving
making'it'even'more sectional than ItS spirit of the state
1904, but now the Democracy Is taking or wheat can be':.fed to excellent ad- idemic' the camps visited during the prison system; Hon. I

Is. j The fact 'that water fell from the heart and is getting together in away I. ,vantage, starting with a small proportion past few months, and he replied that B. E. McLin, commissioner of agricul- Jas. McHugh
A revenue tariff i is properly leviel'heavens to set'the Republicans to think. 'at'first a increasing &is as the the health among the 1200 'convictswas aure, who is the head of the system,, ,
the first
on tobacco because an fnternalS; on day of the Kentucky ing. From all parts of the country and I I animals grow larger. remarkable. "One can get a pret-- insomuch as the convicts are under his Phone 105. Proprietor.

revenue tax .imposed on it, thus Home Coming celebration must from conservatives.and radicals: alike i tygOOd idea of the health of the pris- immediate supervision. although controlled
S the
making this commodity help support have disgusted the colonels. are coming calls for Won. J. Bryan to During early summer a good pas- oners" said he, 'when he learns that by the state board of institu- '

the government whether produced at lead the party in 190?, The"latest ta ture Is of especial Importance when among these 1200 men there are now tions, 1. e., the cabinet: has the Interest -

.r home or abroad. A revenue tariff fraH -*#*#iN. fall in line is former Governor David raising hogs. Provide clover If possibleand only 60 jn the hospital, and many, In and welfare of, the convicts at heart,I

should ba! levied'on the grade of cotton R. Francis of Missouri, whose remarks blue grass, for both are excellent fact the the majority of these are old, as much so as any other man in I NO"2.CE !

produced in Egypt because it is a *. THE .BRYAN MOVEMENT. in favor of Bryan received the en bog feeds. A patch of rye furnishes i chronic cases, most of them having I the state, and he ,takes a deep and

grade not produced in this country. It W & thusiastic applause of the state convention excellent bog pasture. The hogs can be i been affected for many years, and continuous Interest In the judicious: I

might! benefit the growers of long eta- 0$0 New' Orleans Times-Democrat. which he had been invited I kept on this until the rye heads out. some even before conviction. Thereis management of his unfortunate

S pie cotton in this country by. raising j;. to address.-Ft. Myers Press. As soon as the grain is formed the animals not a.case of any importance of malaria charges. ''Mr. McLln has done many State ndCoungyTax

the price of ,Egyptian cotton but if It *H *.' will learn to pull it down and will or fever in. the entire system thatI things and inaugurated many innova.

did! this It would still yield more rev. Key West Finan es. consume the greater portion. know of. Most of the illness is of a tions for the improvement of the sys Payers.

enue than protection. A tariff on number of have According to the"Key West. Inter During the summer special care mild nature and. easily responds to a tem, and is by no means satisfied with
sugar and pineapples would be a persons recently of medicine. A his achievements and is I will commence June 20th
revenue course lay-off in the
been at pains to find some mysterious Ocean, ''Mayor Babcock of that city r should be taken 3 .provide.shade for
tariff because the amount of protection reason for the sudden laze of enthusiasm -: has stated that he does not feel justified 'the animals'duriag! the hot weather. A local camp for a day or two and the doing 'more to better the system in L toimakc; up my list for publication
it would give would be insignificant In putting his money to city scrip men are ready to return to their work. every way, and every man connected
for Hon. William J. Bryan the cheap covering is all thans of for
as necessary. all
in with taxes
comparison with the the state
revenue any longer until the city accounts have This remarkable health of the convictsis prjson system either In
it would produce.' Democrat Democratic leader in the next cam b straightened out by some It the animals can..have access to 'a due in no small degree to the out the employ of the state or the lessees, the 1905 on real estate.
paign. latest competent year
should fight against striking revenue of these explainersis auditor brush lot BO mu h the better as the door life they lead, and particularly likes and respects the commissionerof
; That Is
features from the tariff as earnestly the Mr. Thomas H. Tibbies who was absolutely impossible! paper for, any says man to: brush not only furnishes shade, bet opportunity among the naval stores operators. it I agriculture, and heartily co-operates-: : Pay your taxes at once an?

j; ... as they should fight for striking out dent Populist inthe last candidate election.for Mr.vice Tibbies'preai. tell just how much there'is -afloat of for rubbing, the latter being would be difficult to find a more with him in his good work. save the cost of advertising.J. .

protective features.Government discusses two motives which the city's paper drawn against ah emI: necessary for hogs to keep themselves i healthful occupation to employ the
may clean. convicts in." S. ROBERTS,
induced some of the Nebraskan's former ty treasury. A subscription list has 1 ". -
Funds for political enemies be among the been drawn up'and will probably be At' this point in the conversation, Dr. There Are Others. State and County Tax Collector
presented to the different, business In: Dairy Management. BUtch asked if he mght say a word,! _

:- Everglades Drainage. One first'to is that urge his they claims believe upon that the their party. terests. to secure enough money to employ ,The bureau of animal industry sent and' receiving a hearty invitation to do. "If I had my way," growled old :=

ostentatious an auditor "In order that Key out circulars to 600 dairymen making so, said: "You know my hobby is the; Tightfist as he opened his morningmail -
support of Mr.
(Rtepresentative! Frank Clark Bryan will
t seems induce enough of his old followers to West citizens may know "where they !Inquiries as to the management and open method of employing state convIct at the breakfast table, "I'd

lv to have touched a popular chord when leave him to secure his defeat; another 1 are at." It is almost' incredible! that production of their herds, says L. W.Ughty as against the closed penitentiary': have a sign placed on every letter BOSSO'SIce

he introduced the resolution to divert is that having complete controlof this condition of. public: affairs has In National Stockman. Two system, and the theme of the paper I1 j box in the city."

the sum of (3,000,000 from the fund for the party machinery they can afford lasted'so long as it /seems1 to have hundred replied. Fifty of these kept shall read before the national con- "What 'kind of I
vention of at "Albany a sign? < Cream
prison physicians :queried
done. No Factorycan
other Florida is in
: the reclamation of lands to the drainage ..I to take Mr. Bryan as their candidate. deplorable conditlon.-.Jackso city anysuch no records, and a larger number of N.-.Y., September 16, will be ad- his wife.
and by controlling every departmentof them did not know what it cost to.feed I
of the Everglades, and even the ville Times-Union vocating this open air method of employing "One reading 'Post 'bills la
the government, defeat no / furnish you cream :
of may any reform their cows. This Is really the 'greatest the "
enemies Governor Broward's prisoners.
plan .
I< answered the old Satisfactioa
which the Nebraskan man. any quantity.
may at- drawback in The farmer Chicago(
dairy-work. '!'At the different of the sub-
: camps .
( Time.
have fault
apparently no to find'withIt tempt to put News. guaranteed.
t through. The first of DeSoto Floilda"js" keeps a lot of cows and does not know, lessees Dr. Lamar said that he found .
county fur
provided! the government ,payg the these does injustice to ex-Gov. Francisand nishing watermelons 'for the pow countryat I what it costs to feed them nor what the food, the clothing, the sleeping facilities PHONE 1326
: tfll. The 'Jacksonville Metropolis' olthers who have changed face r Could and the sanitary conditions Read The
on the candidacy of Mr. Bryan. The large. Forty-eight carloads have they Individually produce. we Journal's Want, Ads. SAM BOSSO. Prop.
which has been one of the most vigorous -, second unquestionably' does been shipped from one station (Wau- Imagine a man in another business .

: opponents of the Evergladesdrainage 1 1i to the Nebraskan, who is not injustice of the chula) the past two weeks.. They are succeeding with such methods or "a -- ---,-, .- =

plan hag the following to say material of which the tool of anotherIs worth $100 per car.-. Jacksonville' lackof any? A few of the funda- 1f 'J, "fj.PH'!!:r : """"' ''''''"' '''''''*JI1I.''' .*'q-:
', i Metropolis. I Ia mental business practically ill'U ;,.tf
relative to Mr. Clark's measure: made. ( principles

:: general Frank government Clark's: proposition to drain the for FlorIda the- The reason for the for Nebraskan the reawakened lies fair enthusiasm Predictions What nonsense are CS Foolish.1"to':i-predict' the result est applied desideratum to our dairy of the work day.is the great I Our Pianos Excel in Tone Touch Volume and Finish i?

! ,._ Everglades just at this time, is.a on the surface. ;He. towers so high elections where-the secret ballot is I ,

I ,. very advocates popular of one.Governor. The most Eroward'sscheme ardent above there Is other n'Q comparing Democratic him'with leaders that any used than, our and Tampa none are.better contemporaries aware of this The chief The objections Hand Separator.to the hand separator These are four of the l ading features of a piano. Everyone of therr. f fi
1; of drainage do not even oppose other candidate that could"he found. attempted to foretell the result ,there are its first cost and the labor of I. possess these features to the highest point of perfection IN BUYING A !
: the proposition of Congressman And then, those who opposed him as this week "of the municipal turning and washing the machine, but !:
Clark. The whole thing should be a dangerous have election, PIANO buy here for M
radical come to see and missed It a mile.-Jacksonvile Me: when we consider that the increased
: turned over to the government and it as others have seen all along, that the tropolis. *-.- product made' from the saving in loss i

l' is as much government duty as tot tourse of'events has fully justified the ,e or fat in skim milk alone over the best WE MAKE IT EASY ; BUY !

provide for irrigating the arId lands<< man and his' principles. The prosperity Will Encourage 'Broward.Governor of other methods of creaming, to say Tp EASY TO PAY, BIn

"" S of the Far West or as cleaning out of the "country Is ample justification Broward .will feel greatly nothing of' Its'; other advantages, I addition to the I l
'' rlveM. The main objection to Governor ,ot the quantitative theory of encouraged in his excelling- qualities possessed by each one of our |
,J Broward's plan is the inability'ofttii money,"and that was the great project of amounts to from $5 to $10 per year lor I : Attend
theory maintained pianos.
our daily 9
draining the
state to bear the expense. To say by Mr. Bryan,and his followers Everglades if Congressman each cow It will be seeh'that the separator phonograph concerts. Sheet music at half!

I that such? a plan would not greatly increase' In 'campaign! for free silver. No that $3.000,000 Clark is successful in securing will soon pay for itself. The labor publishers prices. A few.second hand pianos at almost old
appropriation from the price i
is also'small
: ] taxation Is nonsense. OBCO one now asserts that Mr. Bryan of'washing machine a m. :
i Into it" there could bs government, to assist in this splendid! when you WIS h't'f.
no stopping except mistaken as to the necessity for government work.-Tampa Herald. consideration compared .
(: ., at great toss. Let Congressman supervision of the common *. .* f, with the labor of washing the utensils -r ;d!
\- \ Clark proceed to press his propositloj carriers and other great'Corporations Never Feazed S required for either the shallow pan or r Oldest and Largest S : ..*
'em. .
I ;' en congrese and thus relieve the situa which. had become' overgrown and The deep setting methods.-G. R. Taylor Music House in Clutter Music House 114-116 S. PalafoxStPhonelS :..

V tion. Florida does not get much assistance drunk 'with power. The .issues for racket anent, the drainng ofthe : Ontario Experiment Station. ... Florida ;1
tr from thd Federal government! I which* "fought ')have been taken Everglades remindful ot a night GEO. W.;C, CLUTTER, Tr ... PENSACOLA" '
up camp 6n the western''praIrles' B. E. CLUTTER, Sec I-f..
I and the'proposttioa for it to' drain the I In the ,
by those who '
vehemently -
opposed him '
'good old days when -the fronting was Subscribe for*The Journal. -
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eL& PEOPLE and EVENTS .' SCH.OOL'j j : -

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Seen, Heard and Done Among: Those- Who Go, Come and' ON CML W AR .

I Tarry .JJ Women and Society, Here and Elsewhere. I and d I HmTORMissOlivja WillSoonbeOllT 1 :.,.

By E. NELUE BECK. Tefipftona 669. I : ,
.. For the Summer / \ ,:

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- ; Refreshing and the and Girls t{ .V{
'- -- LeBaron Announcedas Boys ; ,r. ;, ; "
t.RS, HONOR OF HER SISTERK.5S The Journal's Daily: Fashion. feature. the Successful Contestantby as well as Teachers, are I1 1 ii ( ;r

ana =''Mrs. David Deloney :entei I Grape Juice Splits : forward .' 1',1't
eagerly looking >
the Committee. i
t,<:nea a few friends in honor of their .fA.f;,., ,r '

f.ETr-r as'i-erry!! !and guest, Ala. Miss Ola Deloney i it of summer This Is and a fine very'drink healthful sor too.the '1 to the Closing Day Exer- ?. ": ;.1 i t., ..< 1:1 %,

D-xious: refreshments were served lOc bottle or$1.00 dozen Miss Olivia LeBaron, little daughterof _/..... l t. t i!
cises. Each i's f" \
sriasK interesting games were play and everybody had a nice time gene v Welch Grape Juice..30c bottle medal annually offered the eighth '.! &
ti; )' 9 'Fruit Syrups (for I grade of puttie school No. 1 by.: Pen- anxious that they. shall look their best on this eventful I.1 ., ,,

The fupsl3 were, Mr. Ernest and Mi r. ades) .. .. .. ..,.30c bottle sacola Chapter Daughters of the Con- '
Eugene Williams, Mr. G. M. Higl Blackberry Brandy .40c bottleROSENAUGERElDS fed racy, for the best composition on occasion. If you should happen to be a Girl ; ;;
tower Mr M. Roper, Mr. W. M. H. the"war of the states. This contest is a f : '

jolh i of New Orleans, :Mr. J. N,Jolly; I It one of the most interesting featuresof you can add greatly to the beauty of your costume .? :1::
Mr Pat Gonzalez Mr R. G. Sweetinj, I the School.year, and is very liberally 1..

Mr.Timoue Mr. Jamey Smith Wedgeworth, Arthur, Mr. Pfeiffer Chart, : Pensacola conducted.Chapter appoints a com by having us fit you with' a pair of our Dainty .i \! :.:,_

Mr. Clyde Smith; mittee of four members-which, for
Armstrong Dodd Or if prefer an Oxford 1' )
Dorothy Slippers. you ,
Miss Ola Delony of Castl berry, i a- .rte 1.' the year 'closing consisted! of Mrs. S. t. !1. .
Miss Dora Webber, Miss Edna Smitl, The Fancy Grocers, A. Moreno, Mrs. A. B. MeDavid, Miss -
Miss Vernie Bogart, Miss Lurleyn N Leila Reese and Mrs. (Dr.) M. L. we are. prepared to show you many beautiful styles; ,: : -

RutiMiss Genevieve and :MIss .; Phone 391. Pensacola.The Perrywhich selects eight subjects, for
Mamie Clarke, Miss Lila Butler Mis the' eighth grade to write upon. and should you be a Boy, our Alden Shoes are the r.I r

);a.ghrle1nter of Mobile, MisJoahanna s A1h g2gJwYAJ At.the beginning! of school each autumn : J
Chrtstophersen, Miss Mau ,,those..eight subjects are given very acme of gentility -and durability. We extend /.
Armstrong, and Miss Inga Torkelson. the teacher who writes them on the
-+- SteamerMONARCH blackboard in the order upon which to every school boy and .
MRS. J. S. JENNINGS AND HER the grade is to write a compositioneach ; :

month. ( girl and their a :
S. and the Misse.Tennin.s. .
Mrs T. Jennings .
g After all .the subjects have been .
and her son Mr. Ollie Jerr. : _p J '
written upon, the committee then se- cordial invitation to visit -
f will make a trip to
.-usa, of Gonzalez, Fla.,Mrs.C.Ht Jack i -
lects the one to be the subject of the .4'

ton and little son Clyde, of Gonzalez Glenn; Life Saving Station prize competition. On Monday the our store and allow us the ,\
V.n! R. P. Wilder and little son : the subject of the January composition "
.r Cantonment, Fla.; and Miss Flex
-"Th Battle of Shiloh"-was an- .
icing of McKinnonville, Fla., form 3 TODAYBoat nounced and the pupils. given untilWednesday.morning pleasure of showing 4 them f: : i
':ieasant party who have gone acres I
Escambia bay to spend a few weeks r at Leaves at 4 ; to .prepare for tie the newest Line of Footgear 1 y p m. sharp. contest, and were. given from 9 a. m. .
Mrsl: :
of Jennings. '
the summer home
until 1:30: p,.,m. Wednesday in whichto
-+- CHILDREN, 25c; ADULTS, 35c : write. that Skilled Workmen can produce. (.f ;;
Miss Bula. Williams of Pollard Ala,
Thereare two, sections of grade S, ., -4 ..'. .
a delegate to the Epworth League Good Music by Barrios, :f .
convention, is the guest of her uncle one taught' by Miss Augusta Holmes, "
and the other Miss Coleman On :
Mr. J. A. Kirkpatrick: and family, 222 by
East Ga d'sden. Wednesday rooming two members of cordially ; 8.
the committee, Mrs. A. B. McDavia'( .! :.' -

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wittich Jr, I LOCKHART I and Miss Leila Reese were on hand,
hate purchased a pretty place on one in each room to ,see, that none of ;.t'
Stoddard avenue and will go to'nousi the contestants had any memoranda WatsollParker&Reese Co
books or notes to refer to, and that:
keeping July 1. '
+ r BABY'SW.iSIHABL'E HAT. I III each pupil wrote from memory only, :

The Misses Addle and Annie Mancc The "tub" mat for the small toddler butcher linen were then placed between ScecUI to The Journal permitting no. name or other indication I '

who have been visiting their cousl l II is quite as pretty and becomin'g as the chambray circles, the whole. Lockhart, Ala., (Camp No. 1.) June of the writer placed on any article. Successors to Green & Watson. i;: -;,::-
stitched a number of times on the machine 14.-Mr. A. G. Bellinger returned Saturday : .. Y
Mrs. Bryan on North Davis have returned -' It is serviceable, the broad scalloped :.I
to their home in Evergreen, in white. The headsize, about last from Lacona, N. Y., where When .the contest closed the compositions '
Ala. brim making a charming setting for 4% inches in diameter, was then cut le has been on his summer vacation. ; 'were taken up by,the teachers 33 and 35 South Palafox Street. 'f.t

the piquant little face beneath. These in circular form and finished! with an He was accompanied home by his who numbered them consecutively f'.r"

Mr. George S. Emery left last nigl l hats may be made at home at small inch-wide upstanding band, to which srtfe,' hs having married while on the and then gave them to the committee ',__-... "" <...""..",- """, ,,,.,..=.-...,, ... =.. r.::
to go Into business in Mobile, his oi I: cost, and without a pattern, too, if instructions was buttoned the circular crown, the tr:,,. They have; moved in to their of ;ladies free from any designation by I
home after spending several years !ir II are closely followed. Pink edge finished with the button-hole-! pretty cottage $n'''South Street where which the writer could be detected.:: !

this city where he has hosts cf friend: chambray' was the material selected scallop design. String ties of the they entertained the young people The ladies then turned them over to '' Tree"J\
who will continue to regard him as !L for the original of this picture. From chambray tied coquettishly under the Monday night'Wllh music, dancing and the judges Mr. C. V. Thompson Mrs. 'Neath the Shade of the Old Apple

Pensacola boy." this were cut two circles about 15 chin. When ready for the laundry, refreshments. The boys are all glad Fretf- 0. Howe, and Senator John V.
inches in diameter, the edges of which the crown Is simply unbuttoned, and t:p see their foreman back again. Beard-Hwhd made the final award to ,
')Ir. John Walker of Mobile Ala. i Ii were scalloped and button-holed in the whole washed and ironed with perfect Mr. Claude ( 'Braven er and Mr.Lewis :Miss.LeBaron, making honorable mention is all right, but is takes an Electric Fan for comfort. 4E; .r\

in the city guest of his brotherIr white. Two thicknesses of white ease. May visited Florala Tuesday. of-the_compositfon which provedto Electric Work and Supplies of all kinds ': .:
W C. Walker, the first time ha ha iMr. E. J. Fager is on tihe sick list have been written by Rouhlac Moreno "

visited his old'home for twenty years,. .' ,this week.t ; : Mollie Blount. and Elizabeth
Manitoba andlhen will take the Cana Mr. Pat MtGTH talks of visiting Birmingham Fritchard. PENSACOLA 1 ELECTRIC COMPAfcY ';; L i :

It has been suggested that next, dian Pacific to the Pacific coast intending ADDITION OFTHREESTORIES and.Pratt City next week. Miss Olivia LeBaron is only thirteen .
:I to make as much of the trip Mr .Jas. Callahan former cook Phone 570. '
time Kentucky had better ship hs; our years old, and there were fifty con :
Homecoming" crowd down the L. i"S. ; as possible with comfort In their cars, left Monday last for Mississippi. testants. Her composition contained

to Pensacola where the'.weather I i I reaching El Paso In October and 'Mr. Mike Hays engineer, has returned tour hundred and eighty two words,
better fitted for outdoor- celebration I spending next winter In Florida from Svea, where he has been Dot one of which was misspelled, nota

especially! at this season of the yea;!' for some time: : in the employ of single point pf punctuation was mis- Fisherman's 1 luck is Not Always Good luck -:.
They wouiin't need to bring a stra\ Miss( Irma Yencencia Gonzalez left IS BEING BUXLT TO THE PARK 'learns'and Over Lumber Co.Mr. placed or lacking; nor was there a ..

ir the way of refreshments. on the noon train yesterday in com Hans Nass of Pensacola, Fla., single error in historical data; and But perhaps it is because too much is left to chance in :
pany with friends to visit in Evergreen HOTEL, FACING DeLUNA ST<- accepted the ;position of cook in :
every word was written in a large, the selection of your fishing tackle. Our customers ...
!Ir. and Mrs. Carter Armstrong, Mi and several other points in Ala NOW NEARING COMPLE our' camp. beautifully clear, round": penman ip. usually! have good luck. The tackle we sell is so well .
and Mrs. Vernon Baker and Mr. and i bama. This little historian comes of an ancestry made that a good string is the usual result. '>
Mrs. Ernest Williams, all of whom I TION.A that helped to make history, r :
Have visited in this city when the flee; Miss Bessie Savill of Chumuckla, is and did much to glorify the Confeder Cae's :Book..s1ore.; "J'
was here, are touring In automobile!I visiting her sister, Mrs B. C. Gentry, I ESCAMBIA I acy. Her maternal grandfather Eu- ; :
1505 North street. %35. 213 South Palatox Street Penttaala ;!
. Through New England and: Canada to I Davis ." Phone .. .
brick addition of thee stories 1? ',t,
'Miss 'Marion' Suter leaves In about 1 being built to the Park Hotel,, or ......... ................. .................. ----- {,.i:"!,
two weeks to spend the' summer with rather to the Cushman building;prop Special to The Journal. WOMEN'SNE6LECTSUFFERINBTH //'I.' .................... .. .......- ........ \A VVNJI J MWVN ;.... ,-l'

Mr. and Mrs... Knowles. in Canada. er, by the new owners of the property.The ,' :,.,
H.-The mill
x work is now well under way, Eseambia, June JUST J"

Miss Douville of Milwaukee, WIs., the brick portion being nearly completed Land and Manufacturing SUREPENALTY ONE SOLID CARLOAD OF GARY'S MAGNESIA, ROOFING, 2000 ;
We Have who has spent the.winter with her and preparations ,are being CP.[' has lost a few days this month on FOR HOUSEBUILDING. ;.;..
relatives Mr. and Mrs. 'Douville. left made to commence the interior work. count of being unable to procure Health Thus Lost: Is Eestored by Lydia WHITE CEDAR POSTS. EVERYTHING ;

last night for her home.. The building occupies the former ogg.' ,but from now on they are in E.P#1kham'8 Vegetable Compound.How .
vacant lot between the Cushman building open of running; on schedule time Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & COvv J.,

Mr. D. Elmer Wilkinson, who return. and the building formerly occupied Our little town seems to be having many women do you know who .........................MA.v.. / .
V..M."v- < "
by the Salvation Army. It faceson her share of June weddings there havru ? We / >/A !'
Just ed Saturday frcm college in Auburn, are perfectly well and strong __ 1
ccc-- --- ----
DeLuna street and Is being I been two last week, one of which andover ------- f' ':
Ala., has gone .to 'sp'nd the summer arranged lear everyday same story over
with his father.,'in. Falco, Ala.Miss for a store on the ground floor and was mat of Miss Mabel Hendrix! and apin. "I do DOt feel well; I ama gene AUbona was an armorer in -.he' GULF CITY COFFEE CO. :f .: :
Sir. Henry O. $v.el1e of Montgomery
rooms in the two upper stories. tired all the time mother's ,
I I !
tint Raines Confederate Army, and {
Ua., end the other at Miss
ReceivedA home this Mabel morning Wilkinson from Mobile expected where Jack Do..JaertT. and Mr. Nealy Oer.try, .both of this uncles were. Alabama sharpshooters.Her Roasters,.Blenders and Shippers of f. .

she stopped en route from school at Jack: Dougherty, the Milwaukee pI lace. I"t. father's father was MajJr I -
Mr. J'. C. McConnell mace; a flying
Meridian, Miss.. terweight, is entitled to be classed with Charles Leonard LeBaron' of General Fine Coffees ;
;rip to Milton yesterday.
the topnotchers in his division, judg- staff, and her father's uncle
,' Mr. E. H. Skinner and son Ebbin! are .. Bragg's in OUR COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL
Mrs. Tharin and Misg Tharin who! was a private
the round LeBaron
ing by eight argumentierecently Alexander
rating! Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Thompson GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL .
Fresh have been shown the most delightful Alabama.
gave Billy ("Honey") Mellodyat t;oday.Mr the Twenty-Third
social attentions during their season --
Milwaukee. Mellody is about the ; H. H. Fleming, our genial storekeeper -
here, left last night for Montgomery. toughest welter in the business, and is away at present, recuperateg THE ORIGINAL. Es ambia Pressing Club I

I Mr. C. H. Dishman Is expected home when it was announced he was to meet from an attack of fever We ail Foley & Co. Chicago: originated i.,:

Saturday from Kentucky} Dougherty many of the 'fight fans lope Mr. Fleming will return much a's Honey and Tar as a throat and lung, Drying Cleaning and Pressing of t I
Supply of 0I who had been keeping tab ou the Mil- improved' by his vacation.Mr. remedy, and on account of the great I gentlemen's and ladies' Clothing. Club! :'
I waukeean that he Frank A. Bdghich, Jr., of the merits and .popularity of Foley's month. call
j Miss Pauline Never, sister of Mrs. predicted (Dougherty ;gym I rates only $1.00 per We
I, W. D. Sears; who was' operated on ) would be sent to the cleaners In a offiCe is in charge of the company'soncnlssajy Honey and Tar many Imitations are for and deliver all work. No. 9 E. ,
during Mr. Fleming's ab- genuine. These
j yesterday at the' residence of Prof. hurry. Any price that Mellody would' offered for the Intendencia.
DarwellRhines' I*, Sears for appendicitis, was reportedlast win looked good to the speculators, and Ben. e'l, ,. # worthless imitations have similar I WALTER MAULTON & CO., Props.Selix's ..
We are in hopes of having rain here"jefore sounding names. Beware of them.i Old Stand I.
night as doing nicely. they no doubt were surprised when long and from the looks of the .II1iJJlfaleMrOona d The genuine Fotey's! Honey and Tar -,;
they learned Jack had held him to a II ._! '
weather today are pretty sure our Ask for it
Only half the quantity of Blue Ribbon is in a yellow package.
draw. The contest was a fight; pure wish will be gratified. and refuse any substitute. It is the: ; 1
Vanilla .required. :Absolutely pure. and simple, as they began slugging for Mr .M. Leslie Boghich spent Sat: r. More than likely you speak the same best remedy for coughs and colds.;
Goes twice as far doubt feel
& all that was In them the moment they i lay with his brother Mr. Frank words yourself, and no you W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist and:
"I' stepped to the center of the 'ring.' Bolhich..Mr. far from welL Thecau may be easily apothecary.What : If Your Children
NEW FISHING GROUNDS' < traced to some derangement of the female -
Jack Southern in Pensacola !
Dougherty surprised his most ardent was
OFF THE TEXAS COAST organs which manifests itself in
admirers by setting the pace, and be Saturday.The. lepresslon-of spirits, reluctance to go Dewey Was Sorry Kor. Love.Ice '

Regarding the redd. snapper fishing had all the better of the opening ses- anywhere-- ur do anything backache Professor John A. De Camp of Williams ; '.
grounds it 13 stated'by Pensacola, Fla. "sion. In fact, he went at "Honey" so Lobster' Birth Name. bearing-down pains, flatulency, nervonsnessi college, now principal of the WI1- I I
persons that new.fishing*ground has fast and walloped so hard he looked a "Did you ever see the name a lobster'ls (sleeplessness; or other female liamstown High school, when a studentat Cream

been located, wbit has near Brazos, off winner before they had been at Jt born with?" asked a fish dealer w a ness. roomed in the house of a ; '
the Texas coast where, a the'other day. "It is marked his These symptoms are but warnings
suiperiorrsd on
; ; :very i three minutes.., Mellody got his bea r.
had bright little boy them the
Is ahead, and unless lady who a very why not let eat
that there danger
fish'.Is being taken in large No? Well, I'll show "
Sody. one.
I first round and from you
after the ,
CelebratedGluten I.rIngS heeded a life of suffering: or a serious about two years old whose name was ice cream that is made 1i
and where a number of vessels
quantities, The dealer took a live lobster out of g
then on to the final gong It was a"nlp result. i thick rich Jei-
from Pensacola, IdbilE and Ga- o operation is the inevitable Dewey. He bad Just learned to talk, from pure, ,
;-/eston are'1.GW fishingawaiting; : the I and tuck affair. ,. i heap on the marble"slab. The J1ever.fa.ilingremedy; for all these and Mr. De Camp was,very fond of sey cream, which is not .
.is Joe, the dealer said .
"Its name symptom's is Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable only absolutely pure, but .
I. of the It
settlement boundary dispute. if ter he had Inspected one of its legs. Compound. him.One wholesome as well. Sent .
at Pensacola that it will ha day when Mr. De Camp was ,
is hap>d '
r find it? McDonald of Woodbridge,
"Now, can you Miss Kate to your home well packed ,
Flour. found that the:>Cawpethe;gro.unds are ,.. teasing him he shocked ills mother by
I The customer took the lobster gingerly N-J., writes: in sanitary vessels. !' .I 1-
not within;the Mexican :boundary, for saying, "Keep your old mouth ehutr!* ,
A Dinner ofGrapeNuts the back: of the neck:, where DearMrs/finkluun:
I the losswould prove a severe one to Pudding by much to me She took him aside and told him he HAVE A QUART? J. '.
has meant so
it could not reach his hand with its nip- Restored health ,
| the red snapper fishing industry all that I cannot help item telling about it for must apologize to }Ir. De Camp and '
it on Its back that i = ;
Turning so
peat 'rher..are 75 e1'8. -
along the some the sake of-other.suffering women. say he was very sorry te said Such! a <
vessels employed In the red snapper i &e brown legs at its side flopped backyard ..For&. longtime I suffered untold agony
fishing tra-a'fr' -Pensacola.-Fishing a smooth streak half an inching with a |ema& trouble and irregularities. naughty thing. i COFFEE, _: ,-
which made me a physical wreck.and no row That night Mr. De Camp had com- .:.
Sol Cahn & Go Gazette. I( and nearly as wide was seen on I
thought I would recover,but Lydia E. Pinkham's pany In his room, when_ the patter ofDewey.s : Hot Biscuits and Rolls everymorning '"
of the thigh. In this streak
Inside .
the Vegetable Compound has entirely
5 '
feet was heard in the ball at o'clock. :
I :
Office at Residence. is u A DEAR" ike[ a mosaic, were short lines, as cured me." and made me well and string,and
notIceDr.. J. Z. Cra- to tell other suffering women Then a sad little voice in the.doorway i
The Until further thougb'some one bad printed on It with I feel it my duty I : ,
Pure Food Store zey's office will be at his. residence., Indelible brown ink In backhand the what a splendid medicine.it is." said, "I's sorry".

Calls left at White's Pharmacy will and the concentration of J-O-E. For twenty-five years Mrs.Pinkham, "Why, what are,you sorry for. Dewey k fi
SeutI est Corner Palatox and Intendencla I receive prompt attentions. .1 nourishment. Characters the 4aughter-injlawjfLydla: E. Pinkham, ?" Mr. De Camp asked. Kandy Kitchen Cafe.
"Some lobsters are named Jim, underlher.direction= and since her "that
: has Ts yodon't
I 'c iealer, said, "some Jack, others John, decease.been advising sick women free sorrysaidDewey shut.- 104 S.Palafox. Phone 999 t,
SELL NEXT TEN blcl" mouth
FOR year
WE- WILL I :- keep :
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Phones M1178eo I DAYS 43 YELTSHOES FOR .MEN... "THERE'S",A ind I once clearly made out the name: of charge. .Her_ advice is free and Boston Herald." '

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MORNING, ...JUNE! 15, 1308 ..
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Every ArJvertisem_ in. TcoIumns I. !,;,' Read by

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.' We Are Giving ,You .the REAL ESTATE L, BROWN & CO.1Real '

THE Opportunity Make Estate, ,Loans



East Hill Lotsat $l500LNQat- .jjottage in good, neighbor THEM BY-THE ,DESCRIPTION GIVEN, CALL UPON US AND WE
the properties on our list; they possess :-_ :libod) ,. splendid shade and large .
considerable nritand.in North,West i,4 Block 12, lot. For few days. only.
speculative many $1600=For" two blocks fronting 300 l' ONLY LIST A FEW CALL AND SEE .OUR COMPLETE LIST.

instances you will be able to sell them in $60t $70 and :38tXLOOCASH West King Tract; 6 lots -. .,feet on Bayou good house and, .

the near future at- a good s'tiff'advance'ovet ____ ____..;..._..__ :u-_ $350.00 \ several outhouses! wharf all $26,500-The property dancing'knoWn pavilion as,"KUPFRIAN'S baseball and PARK shooting" including
under fence.,, good water. This race tract ; grounds
their present prices. I $ of build' also to be sold quick. It is a large dwelling and over 100 acres of land.
10 the prettiest business lot Palafox St.
f bargain at the price. $17,500Avery desirable on near GardenA

I "*' ing lots in New City, overlooking 121000-Gets ,10 brick stores which ( BARGAIN).
t OPPORTUNITY IS"NOW"Call and 50 cents week can be'made to bring $175.00i $12,500-iA.( large lot (159% by 224 ft.) on northeast corner Oregon
per the
r t Bay. per month. and Sprin'g'! Sts.:

or write us what want, what you $20,000-Splendid warehouse site close $11,500-Two store buildings and one dwelling (all rented) with
you No Taxes! Several beautiful lots in to R. R. and water front.If large lot East Wright St., immediately east of union depot.

have to invest, and let us figure with you. the residence of you have property for sale list $6,000-Modern dwelling. two-story., on corner lot on North Hill. Excellent
portion It with We'l sell it. neighborhood.'
Money to you.Pensacola No Interest! us.
: North Hill.; '. Telephone 918 or call at office. $1,500-Large one-story dwelling with 6 rooms, on East Intendencia

201 Thiesen Bldg. "We Sell Lots." street. '
I have 300 lots at above For prices and.particulars $750.00-All of block No* 66, West King Tract, containing 24 lots.HOOTON .

prices and terms 'They will

Investment Company ;double in value before paid for. apply to Real Estate Loans -

It will pay you! to look at
A. H. D'ALEMBERTE City Manager.w. I & WATSON
these Jots.LESLIE, and
McDavid-Hyer Company
H.XNOWLS, President L B. SIMPSON, Secretary. ,
Real Estate Rental and Insurance Agency.
J.L STILLMAN, V-rPrej. tad Gen. Manager.Rael KNOWLES lITER Trauum. .Collections.OFFICECOURT Leading ,
I Agents New York t-
Estate, Loans, General Investments. 'HONE 54 NO.37 *>. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L."
E. BUMS Life Insurance Company. HOUSE

215 South Palafox Street Pensacola, Florida. ;

I Phone 462. Fisher Building S E. Government Street. N. McH. OERTING,

HELP WANTED Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. Notary Public ....... Money Loan. Milling

I -Will Double In Some wrnnflr Phone 466 MONEY TO .LOAN-Everybody borrows Outfit

A."ITID-Bricklayer who can lay money"from Jno. A. Hall &

firebrick. Call after six. 415 W. North Hill ResidenceA.Bargain Co. 14!% E. Government St. When innee'd

New Bargainsin Gregory. 15june2t For Farm Turpentine or call on us.
For Sale
Timber Lands -1
Value Inside ...at... ,
WANTED, reliable' nurse. Apply MONEY LOANED, alf kinds of per-
at 820 N. Baylen St 14junelwWANTED canal property *on short notice.
on or Address Gray & Co. 2 W.
t Terms easy. J. B. ,
-An experienced install ._. Turner & Aymard Romana. Phone 1165. Ifeb Cheap

of a Year City Lots ences ment required.collector.Address and-solicitor L. X. L.Refer. A two story, 7-rooiri and half hous, Real Estate and Abstrat Co. MONKEY TO\L Hn gOod real estate -
on West Gadsden street, between
lOjunelw. P. 0. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs security-\ or on good collateral
FlaI :
Spring and Barcelona streets south I lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks,
at Consisting of two portable boilers aaj: t ti
That is what deal of real estate 8 LOTS, one block from 16th W-A'NTEID-Sober, industrious man to front on the car 1'ne in the very best Fisher building, '', 21jaa
a great \ 1 neighborhood in the. city. lot 49 feet: I '.i engines, one of 25 h. p., the other 16 :a.
and1 Ave., car line. beautiful loca- solicit collect. Good : FOR RENT
to do and opening '
in Pensacola is going '
. front by 150 feet deep:?,, The house is MONEY LOANED on all kinds of per- p.; two sawmills; combination p.d.-:
list tion for home, if'taken .at. for right Apply to'L.; : Van Winkle
some of it is in the following ; man. 'I short notice. er, matcher and edger.
J once a.. .. ...... ...... ... .Bargain Manager Brosnahanv "'BufldingPensacola. nicely finished and: ias: both gas nn4 FOR RENT-Six room house in Oli: I! sonal propertyn 1'
Half block in New City, fronting I *' bath/ If you are locking for a iome Terms easy. J. W. Ballard. upstair 80 ACRES OF FINE TIMBER.

Calalonla! square. .. .. .. .... I ENTIRE BLOCK, 219 West I I lOjune I in the best part of town do not inisfi I I repair just painted, renter can se-j! 28V- South Pal fox St., Phone 114*. 1 This is not old, worn out junk, bit

Half block in East King $7501', ( King Tract.. .... ..... .. .. .$400.00 A.\"rED-Good man to work In :yard'this. For a quick sale . .$3500 cure.several call boarders and inspect.desired:Apply; if Cad interested -j BnflY all is in good repair: and does fine

settled neighborhood.$700' 8 LOTS in block 109, West Kin'g and in house. 619 N. Baylen St. I I ON EAST HILLI Jones, Manager, Pensacola Oil Mill.! UNLIMITED amount or money to loan I work. Located one mile from Chip-

One-fourth block on Toledo square! Tract. '.. .-, .. ... .. ... .$250.00 Sjune. 1 1I I have two beautiful lots on the cor., Phone_515. 10june1*: on all kinds of personal property. ley.Fla..
menoii large For further
rates to business particulars wr'e:
I l Special
New City .$800 -I of Jackson and l&th Ave.. overlookIng FOR RENT-Modern two-stoiyhousi,
23 LOTS in block 126, In West WANTED-Men and boys wanted to'I ner leans. The New York Loan Co., 201%
Lots on 11th and 12th avenues New King Tract.. .. .. .. .. ... .$700.00: learn plumbing, plastering brick the bay, two blocks from the I with large grounds, partly under South Palafox.
I line two blocks from the.bayoa ;1 cultivation, located in northern sub- COURTWRIGHTa
: City, .$200 laying. Special offer 'life scholarship ;
4 LOTS in block 45. West: King two blocks from the bay facing .south.1This urbs. For information address or; .
200x132% feet on East mIl car Tract, if taken at once, per : fifty dollars easy payments; I is one of theprettiest building'', apply to the Pensacola Investment

line .$1250 lot.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .$ 70.00, position and union card guaranteed: lots on the whole of East Hill. Theproperty :: Co: 9ju elI HOTELS. f ,
; Lots in East King Tract or West free catalogue. Coyne: Bros. Trade WU1.flJWltJW,4W.rWu1JWflWtrWLflflJWCOMMERCIAL
; sale1 is well worth 1800. would be; FARABEE
Homes and other for I FOR RE.-T----Cottage, turnshed: or I
property York
Schools, New Chicago, St. LouU HOTEL tiFuniak,
: King Tract cheap and on easy ,
very : ;
in all parts of the city. ; cheap at that prIce vT'wi'.l: $ell the i unfurnished, on baycu; for summer. !
t terms. Improved property in West two lots if sold at once for.$775 I for Fla.-New management; newly fur
: Fine water front boating bathing. P. 33
Fla. 0. Box
1 King Tract, netting 10 per cent on in., Money to Loan on good real estate 5 e: S --> .I and fishing. Beautiful location near, nished; free bath and sample rooms; Chipley,

vestment I selurity market rate of interest. WANTED-Everyone to Knowthat L'.st: syour- 1opei'Tith| .me'and I.I. car line. Addfess Cottage, care Jour- good meals and good beds. Travel
L1 Sea us in regard to Lake View Hav.1 The Journal has nicecleatf old-pa- will sell it. "* ii iiJ-l *? J,I nal. 6june ing: men especially! solicited, Rates ?:2

:';N en Property. Prettiest place in New pers for sale" cheap. Only 'fiv& cents. : per day. Mrs. M. H. Stanley Prop. Fflisecllaneous.., ,

; i City: and is on Bayou Texar. Thos. Pebley a, bundle.. .. .. .., -,, :. MONEY at the. maiei.rate..Qf interest 'FOR RENT:2-! nicely furnished 29may. Jtutn StrwVLt nwuwLruw .n.mtr.n --Thr ;
I" ': ':J :.. NOTICE-Having installed machill
On clt're&I-et.e. for rent to gentlemen only !
WAf-I"'IED-First-class arb'er for colored rooms *: PARK HOTEL-Why pay $2.50 per; for the manufacture of galvanlz.';
1I D. Hale Wilson & Co. In Apply Mrs. Hester, 420 W. Cbase'St.
; PHONE 559. trade. Ring 1010-1- 1'ring or 'A 1 day when you can get as good room iron cornice, skylights, cornice jvters -
1 Phone 234 15 South Palafox call at Sylvester Campbell Store near Phone 2junelm.|' and bed for 50c. Coolest pacc: in circular mouldings, etc., I am new

dummy depot Warrington Fla. : FOR RF.\-T-A. R. Bingham has "stor.t Pensacola! and you can go out and get prepared to do sheet metal work ol
24 apri. J. W. : what to eat. Oue bbck from all kinds short notice. .
'$ _ _ _ BulljckJr., age room for rent, suitable for furniture -' you want on Satisfytion '
or other goods. 104 and 10KJ I postoffice. 22may: assured. Estimates cheerfu''given /
A BargainIn WANTED Room 405, hfiseri Bldg. South Tarragona, street. Phone 639. |SUMMER BOARDErtSTheHotel I' on work in or outside the cf-! .

FOR SALE .... ... '., \ Hyatt is now open for spring and sum, Chas B. Vetter 18 W. Intendenr .a

WANTED-All owners or poultry to Phone 161. r- FOR RENT-A nice 5 room cottageon ; I mer trade. People who wish to rest Phone698. 25ma : :;

,. New eight room house with hall, 10th know that we are agents for the celebrated N. Spring St., with bath, gas, ete. and build up the Hyatt is the place.! SANTA ROSA-Pavilion, L. S. S. offers
at 1300. Inquire Fisher Real Estate Hotel Hyatt Is the best and most up- the best accommodation frI <>
Ave.and 16th This
St. place has to be Conkey's Poultry RemediesGuaranteed I
Water Front Property !II to Agency. ljune to-date hotel north of Atlanta; beau-I bathing and recreation to be found on
seen to. be appreciated. .. ..$1750, cure rupe cholera Wanted
eat I the Gulf of Mexico.
: kill Ice: mites. tifully located; plenty to ; good j Launch Lecar! ;
ii. Lots 3, 4 and 5. block 140, New gape their and to wonderful fleas producer.S. F H. ALPMAN-Tin, Copper and Sheet FOR SALE OR RENT-:-A five room spring water; cool nights; perfectly I leaves city wharf daily at tOO: a. m.j .

CIty. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. $2500For Also egg ; cottage with bath and gas. No.. 659.
S $600 I I I Mellen & Co. Phone No. Z34. Iron Worker; torniee, work and skylights healthy; no mosquitoes; no malady; a j Phone Chas. H. Burton, Mgr.
: Blocks 125 and 126 Petterson AJ-- a specialty; roofing gutteringand I 1107 E.' Cervantes street. Two blocks home-like lace to rest;: 87 miles,12may..
2-story, 8-room house, lot 240x ISapr. I
dition, water front new six room I i .. .,? repairing 315 South Palafox St. from" street car. Apply to H. W. north of Atlanta on L, and N. railroad.
250, on Bayou: Grande. Good water. of Forbes Store. If you will look around the hou=e,
house on same. .. .. .. .. ..$1,600 1!| WANTED-The public to knQw that Phone 560; residence .piione. 1316. ,26inaylm.Gibbs. care D. M. Hyatt, Proprietor, Ellijay Ga. you will! find a lot of ways In whirl

::; Block 63, East King Tract..$2,600 I $2000For ;;i W J can do all kinds of repairing 2junelm. I I9maylm. you can use old newspapers Yon
FOR RENT-Two story 8 room souse,
Lot 7 to 14. inclusive. block : float building. horse shoeing. etc. J. can buy them In 'h.3
171 OLD MILL INN On bay front. Opens any quantity at
WANTED n.; W1 U wants your with gas hot and cold water, and all
New City. .. .. .. .. ....$1,600'' one-story cottage on water's-, G. Welsh Carriage Co., 27feWANTEDTo ) hauling and transfer work. Satisfaction -, other modern conveniences. Addres3 June 1. Large airy and delightfully office. They are put up in bundle-,

edge, lot 120x200, on bayou Grande. 10 40 guarnteed. Address 1501.N or apply 41 E. Chase street. lOmay cool. Good fishing, bathIng! and convenient to carry and sold at nve
buy to of
; acres boating. First class table. On electric cents per bund1e.MATTRESSES .
Sth Ave., or phone 981.
J.A.WILSON&Co. ;j surburban property close to Pensa-
$3200 from
car line, 15 minutesride city.
RENT-Elegant two-story residence AND FURNITURE-
cash with
price !
:: cola. Give lowest o-
:' "Real Estate" care Pensaco- MATTRESSES RENOVATEDNew corner Strong and Spring; Sts. Regular boarders and transients.Terms Mattresses made to order; old on-*
Real Estate Agents, (Buys one-story cottage, 5 rooms cation. tick furnished if desired. Guaran. Apply to C. H. Turner. lOmay! reasonable. Address Old Mill renovated, New ticks funj.sii-i.:
on Bayou Grande, 63x250. ;; la 3june2w Inn, Pensacola Fla. 4may
teed. Crapet Jtaken. up and matting ro'"R RENT-Two very desirable Second hand furniture bought anl 1

Salisbury Building, Room) 7 APPLY TO WANTED-To sell a lot of old papers.laid if desired. Leave orders at stores on first floor of Manhattan MOUNTAIN VIHW Y'I'EIr--Clarkes-: sold. Upholstering and repairing: $on?.

I I at 5c a bundle.' Apply at.this office. Green & Watson. Phone 193. 7mar hptel, Corner Garden and Baylen. vllle, Ga. Nestling among the moun 114 E. Belmont St., city, phone 771,

They are all whole, clean and Just completed and arranged in first tains of North; Georgia. An Ideal place Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis Mgr. ,
Mrs- M L Surgi I nice. Seethe Piuto Water display at Hooton's class shape. For terms, particulars I to rest. Scenery and climate unsure -
I Pharmacy. James- McHugh etc., apply Hooton & Watson. 29Apr Beautiful walks and drives. TAILORING L. Diamond, Tailor.
wholesale agent. Ijunelra passed. I Gents' cleaned
I I clothing pressed ani
;;\\TJLL BUILD HOUSES-on installi FOR RENT-Second story over Lin- 365 feet piazzas. Accessible to many

Care.M.. E.. Clarke, ment plan, or cash. You own the: ANTED-EYerybody to call and dens truth's jewelry store. Suitablefor points of interest. No mosquitoes. repaired on short notice. No. lili
West Government St. Pensacola. Fla.
Pensacola, Eta.3JEALk. II lot I furnish the money ?nd bui1 ttI see the Perfect Pantry. Lawhorn offices, sleeping quarters or stor.I Excellent table. 19maylm* Idee.J. .

I house. You pay monthly; same as i and Blackburn agents; 109 E. Goy age rooms. Lee Daniell. 24apr

I rent In a short time house is your. ernment street. 27maylm FOR RENT-8-room, 2-story Cottage I BROWN HOUSEDeFunlak Springs. H. PORTER, sallmafcer: 716 Sou'a

Pay rent 20 years 1t still .belongs to;I :318 W. Belmont Apply to Walker Good beds airy rooms, elegant Palafox street Orders taken t ir.

: the other man. Will also put. down, ., Ingraham. April20 meals; free bath and sample rooms. tents awnings, camp stools and hou;*
J WANTED 12 or 14 foot skiff. Apply
wells with good pump. 2-inch' gal va. Special attention' traveling men. cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan.
nized pipe, with brass cylinder attach-:l stating particulars and price., WANTED.-Real Estate for sale or Rates $2.00 per day. J. R. Brown,

V WVk i ment, will make water fly from a well I Thos. C. Watson. ; 37 S. Palafox. rent, lea*? or exchange. Your busi Prop. .. SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzle 0>ring '
\' 40 to 100 ft. deep. and so easy a' child 27 may. ness're pectfuUy solicited. J. A. Wilson &; Co.. wholesale and retail -b :?

H. 0 r1 Ii; can 'pump it. Costs but little more: Real Estate Agent. 22% W.: Government HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES' chandlers and grocers, only flrst-cia]
I41 til IthtIhi L than the old dug welU All satisfactory WANTED.-All kInds or electrical I street Room 7. Salisbury -Before' laIngjour carpet.or mat- house of kind in city. Fair prices to a. .
I before you pay a cent Get my work. I sell all kinds of electrical building. Phone 172. 23Jan ting buy a supply of Old newspapersto
M"i prices. F. M Williams, POntractor batteries and other electrical supplies. put underneath and protect It. Only MILTON UPHOLSTERING SH ?-
When ring 345 955. Wlllie Mims, Proprietor. Furai: '
you me or
\ five cents bundle at this
and Builder; Room 308 Thiesen. Build a
E. W. Peake..new Star Laundry building ture repairing of all kinds, car; "
Save both by. conferring with us ing. Phone 802, 1 rIng, ljunelm LOST
E. Garden. ISdec. FERRELL HOTEL-SD ads, 'Florida.I' laid, furniture packed for Bhipp.ni
when out.to buy REAL ESTATE. See Wttrr-- fltrtflflnnnfl'SW wr W.nr---u- V
us about someof the following: I WANTED-Position as meat cutter bya LOST-:-Black mare. brand K on fore Rates $2.00 per day. Nice' rooms Phone 63. Next to Tampa Landr.rCARRIAGES ,
COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressng'and' 22M'-
; of six shoulder. Left barn at time of fire good beds table .the best. J. M. Fer
Store N. 'DeVillier street, renting i man year's' experience. Cleaning Club, 212 N.DeYHlersSt -
reference I Thursday mornng.: Reward for return ell, Prop. 17apr
$1500 Good furnished
tor J180 per Address Mrs. T. J. Davis Prop Your pat. repaired and repaint: L
House on North "C" street, cheap' STATI3 Box- 24, Paxton Fla IZJunelw I ronage solicited; satisfaction guaran to Sam Sunday, corner Hayne HJTEL VERNON-Rates 12 :per day. Floats built to order. Horse sn *-
.$600; teed. Careful attention given ia1i !' and Strong lOjune Special rate by we k. Special at. ing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carnage
House on East Aragon .street only WANTED-We want your i-I' Phone 1222. SfeuwiANTEDCarria'ges tention to traveling men. Free Co. :!7f:II
REAL ESTATE ON THE SECOND garments. sample
t .. .... .$650 1 1907 Art Calendars. Over'300 original -
room. Mrs. J. P. :Mauldin. Prop.)I -
98 acres of good farming land, a designs to select from. All Picked Up.CKED"up"'Iied ISa'pr. -
I repaired and repainted
bargain at .$1000 I prices. Mayes Printing Co. Pensaco-I _
For Sale.
!f' ; floats built to order; horse H andwhite spottcdcow
Four blocks In West King. Tract STREET IN THE CITY. la.: 16eb.' i HOTEL SOUTHERN Open all the H'I
each. ....,. .... .$1000 I shoeing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage having more red than white. year/ American and European plan. '

Wehave numerous other proper $4500.00 for a two story brick building WANTED-Your stenographic work.' Co. .- 27feb! spots. weighing 275 to 300 Ibs., .about Special summer rates. Flrst- lass Inl I FOR SA'LE-A team of good ir.- r3-.

ties listed with us and it would pay. on the west side of Tarragona stree Pensacola Typewriter Exchange, 8 or 9 years old. Been around my II every respect. Pleasant and convenient -I Apply to Moise DeLeon at npw ? **

you.to consult us before making your near Intendencia street. 31514 S. Palafox St. Phone 379. Board ancooiis. 1 I place past 18 months. Owner can Mrs. T. "L. Bowen, Pro?., Pen 1 i er house navy yard. ._, lojun-1, I.
investmentWe I! 23may. >, I i have.,,same" :fcy proving property and sa cola, Fla. isapr -
are in receipt of advlces from[ ALL OF THE MAXENT TRACT I I 1- flW ULttJ1JtU-StJL SUIWtrtWWSIttflPBckRDEBs II paying charges. M. E. Henderson, FOR SALE-Household good? aflL!

the. fire insurance companies repro-. WEST OF "C" STREET NOW FOR WANTED--Electric work of Hi klni WANTED-tH 226 N. Al- Muscogee, Fla. Hjunelm CENTRAL HOTEL, CHIPLEY-Op.: kitchen stove for sale. App; :7.
lented .by us. 'That all losses in Cal Let us can! your fsns. repair vour WL Garden St 14jur" '
: i SALE caniz street cool good depot.Large and well lighted
nice rooms
1 do ; _ I
ifornia conflagration will be promptly dynamo. your wiring et.c.: Paona -
rooms. Free sample room. Meals
table Mrs. Dora at
terms reasonable. .
and that THEY WILL CONTINUE 570. Pensacola Electric Co. 205 S. $100 REWARDA FOR SALE-I hlmvefer I f
.raid t MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST !Donaldson. 27mayl6t all hours. Special attention to travelling am making a
TO FURNISH ABSOLUTE MARKET RATE OF INTEREST Baylen.WANTED.The. on 12 lots in northeast NeI' ?-'
reward of $100 will be given for, men. $2.00 per,day. J. M. Tug. .
INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY I within the lim'ts: and -
town neaLake
Transfer FOR RENT-One two newly fur- gle. Prop. ISmarlm
Merchant or of
the capture Jaqe Haney,
ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS. i THIS CITY BOUGHT AND SOLD. Co. wants your moving,and hauling. nished front rooms; southern exposure from convict camp. Description: I'CHIPLEY HOTEL-can Setterllnd.: clear titles and excellent eleva':',:; ;
All breakage guaranteed. T. 8. Tnor. ; with privilege of phone. Loca- 7' inches 130 pounds medium
feet ;
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home i 8
Protect your and business, Prop. Special'attention to commercial $720. I offer single lots in the -
sen. Prop. Phone 978. ISJnnelm tion desirable and near business cen- build age' 21 carriage erect
igainst, loss by fire by insuring with ; ; ; brown I travelers. Free '1
ter, 422 W, Gregory. ISmaylw sample and bath vicinity at $60 and $6 per lot un'
\VANTED.-The public to know that eyes black hair; complexion black; rooms. Large rooms with'goOd beds. terms. Th.s;; is to trade of whit ; -
Fisher Real Estate old newspapers can be bought at medium forehead; medium ears; round I C!' .-'-,
Agency THREE PLEASANT ROOMS: to rent $3 per day. 13marlia pie exclusively). Ebert: A. : .
ESCAMBIA REALTY CO. this office for five cents a bundle. They with privilege of light house keep. nose: medium mouth; good teeth; Box 112 City. 13Jun"::i.

COLLECTION OF RENTS A are all clean and nice. lag, 301 W. Chase. 3apr round chn: ; short neck; square shoulders .. BAY Hl'TEL.-opea night and ,day. .

204i/2 S. Palafox Street ; length' of feet 10 inches; vaccination .. European plan. Rooms light and FOR SALE-Nice, clean old nev"pj'

,;\ Telephone 1052. SPECIALTY.Phon WANTED.-A.. R. Bingham want Old newspapers at nve cents a bundle scar on left arm. clean. Transient trade .solicited. pers. All whole and useful at hoi: e

!2 General agents for State for Home your moving and hauling. He gna* at this office. They. are all clean l YARN BROTHERS cArp 575-579 S..Palafox. Ju. q NIcolau: or in your store. Only five cents **-"

Life Insurance Co.. of New York. 87. 206 S. Palafox St. antees all breakage. Pone! 630. a.ndnlce. Ij t. Can'nnment Prop..' ? -v bUndl*



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The Pensacola Abstract Company i. The 1908 Modi3I' ; CnRECTOR.y'

6 i3 CO1PANYi Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. O. 0. F.
Incorporated, 'jAUSLEY Ii RemingionSholes I
Joppa Lodge No.6, L 0. 0. F,
desires! to announce that they have compiled at a great expenditure I meets every Tuesday evening at 7:39\ :
of time and money a complete and up-to-date abstract plant, and are o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall. Belmont

noW prepared to furnishABSTRACTS .: COMMISSION BROKERS t : !|' anI Baylen street Visiting' brethren;
with i its. new billing attachmentsand I aro cordially invited.

OF TITLEto ..,. instantly interchangeable carriages T. H. FLEETWOOD N. 0..

all classes of.real estate in". MOBILE.ALABAM. :i II WESTINTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. tabulator and two-color ', J. W. GINGLES Sec.
ribbon movement, is the most. complete I 3ljan6m.

PENSACOLA AND ESCAMBIA COUNTY. i Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and i I II combined ;|i -Peasacola- Lodge, No. 3, K. of P.ri
The attention of property,holders, and: prospective 'purchasers' Is ,. Chicago.COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS. Billing andCorrespondence : meets every Monday evening at S
greeted to the following special features of ourwork, : MARKETS o'clock at their temporary Castle Hail .
1. We are specialists I In our'particular line of work--:making ab over l-ou stable W. Intendencia St.
I I Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
stracts.We do not buy oc sell real estate and have no interests to further Navat Store"6av machine manufactured. Designedas J. A. KIRKPATRICK. C. 0-
Ga. naval
except to give our customers unequaled aervl e. nnah it was for fast service, bt.ilt for H. HORSLER K. of R. & S
Our improved system of indexing .enables .us to turn out work stores' market closed today as follows' : i Bought! and Sold on Margin or for Investment. hard use, recommended by! experts
with the greatest possible despatch 'cs!\\ .' .. ..4 90WG and guaranteed against wear,it is I A Meetings or theo
3. Our abstracts are prepared in a neat attractive and convent .4 70 I Reference! : First! National and Peoples BntLPhone 1173 offered as the idealTypewriter Knights of Coiumou
ent form. A special plat of the property abstracted: is furnished freeof i N.. :.4 50JI are held at their hall,

charge. K i: .' 4 4 30 15 4.......4.....$4 ....H...........l................; : cia No. 8 street West, Intend n-
4 Our FEES are REASONABLE! and our work ACCURATE. on every
W<. also! Issue.a Daily Bulletin of all transactions of a commercial 1.4 10 for producing the most good work in 7:30 Monday evening at
H.. .4 05 ._ o'clock. An In-
nature recorded in the clerk's office at a subscription price of the shortest time with the least effort. I Nrr vltation
G.4 00P. is extended
j'2 ;(1' per month. .3 &5 Write today for full dessdpUao. to visiting! Knights. '

"PENSACOLA ABSTRACT COMPANY E.3 90 Local Agents wanted for : JOHN B. JONES

PHONE 393. 114 PALAFOX ST. HARRY L GRAHAMGen.Mgr., .D.3 70 unoccupied territory. :, J. S. LEONARD Grand Kngh! .
Spirits Turpentine 57% cents. Majestic Bldg., ChicagoJACKSONVILLE. .- .. _. .- -
.- i i Daughters of Rebekah
j Naomi Lodge, No. 10, Daughters ofRebekah .
AUSLEY & CO.'S REP.oRTILiverpool
Cotton Market. GROWTH OF MONEYDp.p 204 West Bay Street.Charcoal. at 8 o'clock, meets in I. every O. O. F.Monday hall VisitIng night..

Double Your Money! 3& .- ......Clot.!680 6.1i11'.b..KAr. sisters cordially invited to be present .

lUr.-ipril: .- .! MRS. B. R. WTTKOVSKI'

All kinds of real estate in West Florida are steadily and rapid.y:: April-May.. .-. HfSS WILLIE KENDRICK Sec
in and there is no chance to lose if invest *,- ..,...6.81 on where you plant it.If
increasing price you your J nn.-Jtly; ............................ .... 8.80 M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first an4
money! in it. Prices have more than doubled within the past three JnlT'4Uruat .....,................ .... ...880 plant it where it gets the advantage We have just received avery third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.
tears. We have ,fioma nice :offerings in !all kinds of, real estate. in 1Ipn-S.p\emNr..........._.. B.72 you fine stock and: will deliver m., Rafford! Hall, No 10. West Inteai
yther large or small tracts. \\e can'sell. YOUR lands, no matter September-October ., 6.63 of a high rate of interest its growthis dencia street
orders in I
where they are. brtober-Korembw .>.,.U& promptly any A. G. FELL Pres.
NoTember-Dectmbe .....'..? ..1.57 amazing. amount. J. L. SWEENEY. Sec.
BUTLER & SIMMONS DE -Jaa'R&J'7' ...........5.57
U"Arpoo18pota.609 Telephone 363. Pensacola Lodge No. 4, J. 0. 0. F.

LAWYERS AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. 0. 0. 7.,
New York Cotton Market. SEWELLWoodand I meets every Thurs3ar vening
at 7:35
.. Open High Low' Oioi Four PerCent Paid on Time Deposits I at the new hall on Belmont and Bayle"
wr 1083 10.88 l .57 10.67 streets. Visiting brethren cordially
August 10.42 10.45 10.42 10.48. Coal CompanyFlorida I
October...........1031 U.JO, 10.29 10.40 invited. E. GREENBLATT.
J. NEVILLE, Secretary.w. .
December.10,87' 10.45 10.84 10.15KewYorkSpota.
For Sale I For Sale 11.20 -
,a.n tjWSSSflLFtfl- nnt t s anJtrw wnrr Alabama o. .V. .
HR sALE-One good all-round family FOR SALE-Boat builders wanting Wheat. FIRST Live Oak Camp NO.1, W. O. W.
horse and harness. One top bug I small lots of juniper can have the Op.a High Low Clow NATIONAL BANK LAND COMPANYManufacturers meets In Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd'

gy nearly new. One good wagon. A. same cut to order at $5.00 per hun- July_......S3 8SH! 82tf 82 i Wednesdays In each month. Visltlnj j
E. Turner. Bohemia Fla. Phone 246. dred. Apply to Capt Bakerof launch Sept..... .,... ..82# 83X 82tf 82% sovereigns cordially invited.F. .
iCjunelm. Ruth, or send orders to F. C. Eaton, Corn, OF PENSACOLA. FLA. of A. BOGHICH C. C.
and Dealers in ,
FOR SALE-Two fine milch cows with Boggy Fla. ISjuneyw Open Eigh Low a...
:young calves;, can be seen at No. July...........Wi S3tf 62K 52tf W.H.KKOWixa Pro. W.E.HTXB.JB.,VYPres.and Cashier.T tilES,AND KILN-DRIED SAP. ,,-._--, ------, -- -- -- -- ---,- _'::"
C. B. McMillan. FOR SALE-Lumber Is now cheap at 8eJ t.......S&i 3tf &>K &3f .'W,BBIST and W.N.BOBIRTJ, Asst.CuhiaiLDiwiOST.
123 E. Gregory. C.Bren.. W. A. Blonn.Y.. H. Knowlaj, W. K. flyer Jr Pensacola St. Andrews and
lOjune. Joel Frater's lumber yard on Bay. D. G. Brent. ,
len street wharf. Get his prices and New York"Stock Market
FOR SALE-Five room cottage on Opea OOM --- ---- Gulf
build home before -- Professional Steamship Go.
you a prices advance Directory
monthly payments with gas water 8ov. hem fr.ol1ic............. 65 }i -
and free delivery one block from which is sure to come. Ooppr........................ 107 105r4! STEAMER TARPON.
8 Ave. and 12th street East 23maylm. A. B.H........................ 1S5 1343.Atch .
car; cor. ...........t............. % 8 ji V-oJ. No. 5603.C.W.UMAR W. U BARROW, Master.
,Hill. G. E. Brett. .. lOjunelw AUTOMOBILES. am agent for, the A.B..*..;...... lU" 151% ,President JOHN PFEIFFER, Assistant Cashier. T C. YATES M. D FutSr-CLAn.;
FOR SA.LE--A house with six roomson Pope M ;.Co.and can sell, you auto B.B T.. 81H 82 M.E.CLARK,Vice-President end Cuhier. J.WANDREWS, Assistant Cashier. FREIGHT feEKVICEAND

East Garden street. 610 frontingon from 500.00 up. They cos' ,less than B.Ii 0 ...................:.... lIJ% lU" OPTICIAN -De wwn-
bay, four lots 30x100. Inquire of horses to keep up.. They can be run Arle........................... gp'' III PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHnCOLA
Dr. T.'A. L .Far 519 Guillemard St. In sand of anywhere horse. can go. 0.1'.I w4 14" THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK 308 THIESDV BfJ.La.NWM. CARRABELLE. ST. ANDREWS .
Sjunelw* Leslie E. Brooks. u.S..... 40 : agU. MILLVILLE.And .
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8.. rererred. lOSn IOS" OF PENSACOLA. FLA. all points en St. Andrews
TEA. JDRINKERS .ATTENTION- FOR SALE-Ten new and second R.Ii..................;.......... 83* .29L. % DESIGNATED- DEPOSITORY' OF UNITED STATES. D, HOWE, Carrabelle and Apalachicola.SCHEDULE .Bay,
you want a delicious cup of tea, ,try I -second had once safes, different .I.-...... ...... .. .. 147L.a u: ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW !
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"Our Own" Blend it is superior to any sizes best makes at bargain! prices. 783 T5H (CAPITAL STOCK, 1200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. 14' EAST GOVERNMENT ST. Leave Pe sacoia Sunday: 8:30: Po-
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M.P MX IB* Mobile AlL
dollar tea on the market. Only 60c Scarritt Moreno office East Government m.. for
L C.
St Um 180X 178H Leave Pensacola, Tuesday. 8:30 .
pound. A valuable ticket in every r 3.n.
:per CU.PM. -
package. New Orleans Grocery: Co. K.T.0 .140 IWtf 160 1S3H Henry i.l'| Covlngton, Frank Rcllly, F. E. Brawner, for St. Andrews Millville, Apa-
Phone 105. Jas. McHugh, Prop. FOR SALE.-tmproved ana unlmpro" P.0 .,..... No Sale J. M. Pfelffer, W. 8, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar, lac'hicola Carrabelle and interaediau
ed property In all parts of the city. I T. F. McGourln J. R. Saunders, :, points.
Ijune. :R'D'O.q. ....... 140 IKK Bryan Dunwody,
'J. A. Wilson & Co.. Real' Estate Agents I"r ..................!.........1801! ISO -4bA. M. MiY' W. H. Milton ? O.'E.Maura.; / For additional information apply 1 1
FOR SALE-Finest car load of horsesever 'I Room 7. Salisbury building.! Phone Iil.I............................ 21 24n W. L. Cnwthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzIe Oertlng, J. R. SAUNDKRS.E. : .
received in Pensacola. McMil 172. 23jaa 15..B.... S7H 87 Alex McGowin, C. M. Covlngton, M. E. Clark. R. COBB. and Pass. President
Gen. Frt Agt- -

lan 6june.& Turton, West Intenflencia St MARINE AND STATIONARY. P.nn&T.O.I.... ....._................. 156 lS3 1S3U.P. 158JOBBER'S % Safety deposit.boxes for rent at $%.00, 13.00 and p.oo the year. Private apartment Pensacola. CTi.

'GINES fdr .sale. Wonder. Gasoline ..........__ ...... 150% '14Di! in connection' for the convenience of customers. -_._- ---, -----

FOR SALE-Remington typewriter. Engines are the simpliest,.:stronges i 1 ', cent VFqur Interest Paid on Time Deposits.L '
and best engines on the market for
"Rem, care JournaL 6junelm '
the money. Send ,for catalogue... Ed QUOTATIONS

FOR SALE-Retail store B. Banks, Pensacola. Phones 1377!
down town. Apply A. Greenhut & and 577. .Sjunelm PENSACOLA PRODUCE CONVENTION RATES

Co., 5Junel6t FOR SALE-Herd fine Jersey dairy ; HILTON ORi.' '',Pasmth.. T.B.W&LL38, VIo..hum": .. BfU.H.fviOCKDental Round trip summer excursions from
@ cows with ,well established milk Local quotatons: on produce remain B.U.BUSHX' FLii,U18HUB. MANSFIELD XOBENO.&.!SJ'.CASHTBS all points east to Pacific coast and
See the Pluto Water display at Hoo- route. No competition.' about the same as last week with but I northwest from June 1 to September
ton's Pharmcy. James McHugh, business first class condition. Apply and; few exceptions. Irish potatoes have Citizens National Bank Surgeon.Crown 15, with special stop-over privileges

wholesale agent ljunelm S. A. Taylor, Century Fla. Sjunelm* taken a jump, the quotations yesterday of Peasacola, Florida.D1RLCTOR& good returning to October 31, 1906.
being $1.05( to $1.10 per bushel as and Bridge Work a SpeChltr. N. E. A. meeting at Los Angeles
FOR SALE-We have a lot of k< JUST RECEIVED--Large against 85 to 92 WG last week. !New July 913.
: snlpment Ge*. W.Wright. Morrig Bear T.B.Welles. Bix H.Robinson. L. Hilton Gretn.
suitable for flower pots and other Imported Olive OIL Retail by pint, potatoes jumped from $3.50 to $3.75 28/2! S. Palafox St. Elks meeting at Denver, Colo., July
purposes; also a lot of whiskey,.syrup gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso per barrel. Squash has dropped from A Ce/VfMI./ BANKING BUSINESS JHHNSHCTID 7 and 9 Old Armory :Bulldl!! 3. 16-21. -

and other barrels, which are suitablefor &_Co., ship chandlers and1 grocers, 7C $1.00 to 50 cents per hamper and beans ., -- Phone 1077. Summer rates to Colorado June 1 If
packing crockery or fish and cured South PalatoL' .4oct have gone down from 1.25 to 75 cent to September 30. .

meats. We buy all ,kinds of barrels FOR SALE For sanitary Louisiana and Alabama cabbage which Hotel Men's Convention. Portland.

and re-cooper and clean them. Sup- we have in. stock Ground, HydrateJ purposes was quoted last week at $2.25 to $2.50is City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds. Ore., June 2528.
ply always on hand. If youneed; any Tennessee Ume in strong now $2.00 to $2.25. Use the splendid through serviceof
barrels or have any for sale, ring us 40 lbs. at .25 cents,at ware house. A. Localquotations are as ,follows: Denomination 1000.00 each. Dated January 1st 1906. Maturing January1st the Southern Pacific from New Or-

up. Phone, 235, ,residence.phone 591.: V. Clubbs, corner Gregory and Alcaniz. Butter, Western Creamery 25 to .26c 1936. Redeemable. an. 1st, 1926. Interest Payable Semi-Annually. leans; Union Pacific from Kansas
Pensacola Cooperage Co.. Geo. A. Butter Renovated.. .. ..' .,20 to, 21c 15 ImcKC f i JOctm City or Chicago.
Vucovlch Pres., No. 9 S. Alcanlz. 8june Cheese. .. ... .. .. .. .14% to 15c WE OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT. PRIOR SALE, IN Through Pullman tourst; ;cars from

ITmaylm. FOR SALE-Second hand 25 H. P. Eggs: .. ... .... .. .. ..17 to 18c AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER., PATENT APPLIED FOR Washington,' Atlanta, Montgomery,
boiler. Will sell .cheap., Apply to Grown Chickens, doz. .. .$5.00 to $6.0C & At all Druggists. etc., and from St. Louis and Chicagoto ,.
FOR SALE-A lot or old newspapers.Put New Method. Laundry. ISApri Ducks, per dozen.$5.50 to $6.00 The Bank. of f Pensacola MUS-QUIT-U MFG. CO., California. '

up in bundles convenient for Irish Potatoes, per ba. .41.05 to $1.10 Peoples Jacksonville, Flat Write me for literature .and Information. ?
carrjin'g. Only five cents per bundle. FOR SALE-Fine hotel site' ; best sU New Irish Potatoes, per bbl. ...$3-.75 Fla.H. I

Apply this office. uation in the city for a tourist hotel Squash, per hamper. . ... ...50c Pensacola J. F. VAN RENSSEDAER.,

130 feet fronting south by 172 feet Beans, per hamper. .. .. .75c General Agent
CITY MAPS FOR SALE-:Hooton & deep on East Government street, over New Onions, per bag.. $1.40 to $1.50( Legal Advertisements 124 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga
Watson have just received a large I looking Seville square and Adams New Onions, white, per bushel.1.50, .' R. O. BEAN. T P. A.
supply of the latest city maps showing street with opeir view 'Of Pensacolalay Onions, new yellow bu. .. ( G. W. ELY, T. P. A.LVMSYILLMERRE.
per $1.00 .Can, In Escambia County Circuit Court,
all of the subdivisions. The maps are I J10.000 will buy the ,I property Onions new red, per bu. ..|l.OC fm. CA.R db,' CO.J"o. ;: State of Florida. In Chancery. J. D.i
official anj down to date and are I lapr. Louisiana and Alabama Whol..l and Retail Dealer ia ---- -
Cabbage., 2 Bannerman vs. Wn:. A. Armistead Liz-,
mounted on heavy linen. Regular I bb}. crates .. .. ..$2.00 to and
$2.25 wife
OF Steam4DomesticAnthracite zie Armistead, his Benjamin I
2.50 lots of .
; special price on I Strawberries quart..15 to 17%c COAL F. Stewart On Monday, the 2d day, [ HAUTE RR
want '
five or to estate you a delicious cup, of tea, try and Blacksmith
more agents or real
I Lemons .. .. .. p .,.$5.00 to $5.50( of July A. D., 1906, the defendant
men.:_ Hooton & Watson. 8may "Our dollar.Own"tea on Blend the it market.is superior Only to any 60c; Limes per box. ... .$3.50.to. J3.75 Office-No. 43 South Palafox itreet Telephone 93. Benjamin F. Stewart, Is required to!

FOR SALE OR RENT Two lighters; per pound. A_valuable ticket.in, ,every Limes per barrel. ... .$9.50 to $10.00 Yard_ corner Tarragona and Gonzalez' eets. Phones 6 and 372 I appear to the 'bill filed against him I
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one with capacity for 75 thousand ft. package. New, Orleans Grocery Co. :: ; :w !r-- herein. This order to be published:

lumber the other thirty thousand capacity. Phone 105. Jas. ,McHugh, Prop. TIMBER MARKETThe once each week for four ((4)) consecutive .:
Rates reasonable. Also two I 7june. r-J-M..: -- -. __ weeks-'in The Pensacola Journal,
skiff boats for sale cheap. 22'ft. long !I sawn timber market for the Order Tottr a newspaper published in said Escamtia -I i'11I

5 ft beams. Telephone or write J. A. FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire past week has shown a slight downward and WOOD County. A. M. McMillan, Clerk : I -

Chaffin & Co.. Milton! Fla. 25mar hogs; best of breeding. Ask for. tendency due probably to the ICE, COAL Circuit Court. By L. G. Aymard D.I: I ___
catalogue. Carl Setterlind Chipley, heavy receipts of previous weeks.. :from:: the C 'Pensacola, Fla., May 24th, 1&06.
ON TIlE HIGH LAND-Etac Hill elec- Fla. .,. Eales during the week for averages of Consumers' Ice and,Fuel Company. (Official Seal) 25mayoaw4w : i
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tric car line. lIz! lots 100 ft. front over thirty feet were upon a basis of ,
by 137& deep corners $700. inside FOR" SALE' --Pair spotted ponies 5 '25 cents per foot while ,timber under Office-Corner Chase and Tarratons Phone 259.

!lots 600. There are no better situa years old; sound' and ,gentle.Don- that length sold' for 17 and 18 cents -- -----_-- __ __ -. -. In Escambia County Circuit Court I
tions than these lots. A,. V. Clubbs.. key and cart; just. ,',the.thine for chU The receipts during this week by raIl -I State of Florida. In Cha cery. J. D.|
Rosina Borrasi John,
dren. Hinman & Hecker Century. \, Wlaters vs.
FOR i SALE-Nice, clean old newspapers Fla. 23may were very light week.compared The lumber to last and., crop has progressed it could hardly be lulls will avail themselves of any I* Borras, her husband Susan Bergin!
at uve cents a bundle. Thbi of. .previous market improved on and until there Is evi- scare which might develop to force and Daniel Berlin, her husband, Louis i]
fice. continues steady with a good de dence of a declining condition we believe the bears to cover and such is possible! Bauer and Julia Bauer, his; wife Dora;

REGULAR Escambla t.odgeNo. 15, F>& A. M. mand. In short selling of the new unless there Is a rain and cooler Cardinas; and Joseph Cardinas her
HACK LINE-From Chip- communication! of crop months. July is. a law unto itself weather very soon in Southern Texas. husband, Josephine Yelverton and
ley, making connections with mail Regular Auslye & Co's. Dally Cotton! lt*ter.Ne.w of doubt that the in Velverton her
A Escambia Lodge, No. 15, F. but the fact New Orleans ruling However, we crop Roy husband, Beulah
lunch: for points on St Andrews bay. a .ilLbe held Monday York, June 14.-LIverpoo comparatively high will attract Texas has yet been seriously injured f Bauer, Willie Bauer. Nettle Bauer,
& A. Mn
Extra teams for traveling men. Good : June 18th came about as expected this morningand l.'OttQ1to, that point which would tendto but nererthejess- season passes I John Bauer and Lorena .Bauer. On.

horses comfortable vehicles. Call on evening o'clock..'Visiting breth.at held fairly steady until the' close neutralize existing conditions. rt is without a weather scare and it cannotbe I Monday, the" 2d day of July A. D.,;,
or address J. C. Sinclair. Chipley.Fla. 7:30 invited.'c. 'Prices on this side were about as they. perhaps the safer plan to let the professionals denied that rajns .and lower temp -! 1906, the! defendant "W&ilie Bauer THROUGH SERVICEVIA -
fraternally should be
Telephone No 74. 28apr ren as1 compared- with the squabble among themselves.The raturs8 are "badly needed in Southern John Bauer and Loreoa Bauer, is required -
D. BEYER W. M. foreign markets
but the failure of
FOR SAL&-Economize by purchas.ing W. G. DAILEY.. 'Sec., predicted showers In sections- where claim the enemies acreage of the Increase cotton is market.'much Texas.a them harein.to appear This to the order bill:.to filed be aginsti published -,:I L. &: N., E. &: T. H. anltC &t I..
choicest of at'' they were badly' needed stimulate -
lots on East Hill once each week for four consecutive -, YestIbutaJ Tkrougfi TraM Dally
but whethera
$300 per lot, no present need of paying NOTICE, prices considerably. 'fhe 'absence of larger than was reported Korean,Tea Friday Evening. weeks in The Pensacola Jour- 2 NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO 2.
$*00 per lot bricklayers have moved to the any other cause of has large acreage will yield a big' crop COACHES
and $750 for a 30 foot The complaint necessitated ot nil newgpape.rpubllsted In said THROUGH SLEEPERS wo DAY
Missionary Society: a
i'a a' of another color for the ils- The Ladles'
strip of barren sand. Three beautiful old armory building. Special.meeting recourse to the boll weevil horse church will a Escambla County. A.)1; M !man HEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO -
sites of 19. ,All member Last season he tory of cotton proves very conclusivelythat the Presbyterian DINING CARS SERVING AJJ/MEALS EkjIOUje.,
five lots each: at $1500 foreach Tuesdaynfght: June $ badly neg'scted as '
; L. G. Ay
area does not by anjrieans Korean Tea cia. the church lawn FrIday Clerk Circuit 3y: .
a large D U.DOLMAN.<0.P.A. S.
quarter block .. other l3.terlal ln"*buadance In !
from ; not over 100 yds 'are'requested" to come.W. .{ .1 was insure a rargs yield: j evening' June, 15,- from 5 to 10 mard..D. C. Pensacola, ]FJa.. May 3<),: IYQYJLU.,_ _.. f .;v..
electric car line. A. v: Clubbs. L. VERMILLON, evidence. Present promises do not imply 1906. ljunecawlw I -
",, \lie. 4 President future realization but as far as t.ht It'C2.'1 be expended upon that the ofclock. 14june2t


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Personal t tided in His Favor by ,the' Arrangement of f Turrets by 5i: R .1 ", Malt the main :ingredient.of Gerst beer. Wi.1

Supreme Court Navy'leportment.TROPHY Y It stands for 'vigor, vitality, strength. Gerst iu

Appearance ,> The Supreme Court has: decided the m R beer is extremely heavy .malt.
}.- :. case of T. F. MoGourin vs."Town of IN TORPEDO BOAT CLASS _. lu.I

It will pay you to select your clothes from our ership DeFuniak of a Springs small,strip involving! of Jamjr th -along own- FOR GUN FIRE WILL GO TO THE :.l.i} : .... :.' The hops act as a tonic'and natural food for the nerves. This W

mammoth stock of clothing that's made by the in the the right town of way of DeFuniak of the:L-in& N.favor R. "ot R. PERRY-CAPTAIN BERRY WILL : +t combination is so remarkably beneficial, and Gerst beer is so pure, W

most skillful tailors in the world. Grey and blue Mr, McGourin. The decision1 assesses GO TO NORFOLK YARD. .t. : : that it 'may be rightly:termed a pure-food beverage; and finally, W

lead in popularity of color, with black and fancies the costs.of the suit, amounting and to -to+t Extremely small amount of alcohol> present (31-2)) per cent) lifts it into IIIK
about $600, against defendant
strong in demand. Ten, Twelve Fifty, Fifteen and ." W'i
operates as a perpetual "injunction re- be- the class} of'real temperance beverages.! .
Washington June 14-Tests ,
Eighteen dollars are popular prices, each, price offer- straining the Town of DeFuniak i.' : "
from interferrlng with theproperty. ing made by the bureau of equipmentof -has good quality, Best materials, crystal water,.
Springs : Gent beer every/ possible pure &
ing decidedly strong values. of .
t the navy of the new arrangement I ii" 'Owro gh 'dying and scicntifie sterilizing. Drink it at home and at all resorts. 1II.
Now a good time to buy your second summer The decision is the outcome .of a the turrets for the new battleships in ,,
suit. bitter fight that has been' waged for effort to lessen the shock from firing i.' &he WM. GERST BREWING co, Nashville, Tenn. (IiIl.t
the last four Mr.. :jfeGourin
I Underwear thin and cool 50 cents a garment. owned the property years. in-question 'and, the guns of the upper turret directlyover i I I + PETER BELL, Wholesale Dealer W!)

at one time it was occuPied, by a the below turret. :'t Is proposed \)
building used as an express' office. to so place .a steel plate between the I/I'I

The building burned dow$ and the two turrets in such a manner as to

town then claimed that toe property take up the shoCk.It ,-

THE JOHN WHITE STORE in question was a public thoroughfare.Later is practically certain that the ""C-o, ; .,,'- -... -"""" _?
an attempt was made to use it trophy in the torpedo boat class for 7 3t-1

as a public park and, with.this end1 in gun fire record will .go tp the Perry. S PING NEW i
.1 Phone 225 205.207 S. PALAFOX view the property was fenced and park. Sufficient records of the torpedo I

improvements begun Th, suit for, boat gun. fire at Guantanamo, Cuba,i! i if Ladies of f Fortune
I -II control of the property was decidedagainst have been received to show that the;
I II Mr. :JTcGourin in the circuit I f; I .
I Perry has the best record, with the!; Arrived. ,
c court and an appeal was faken'to the I Paul,Jones second. Dtpvdonian, Br ss Smith 2123, New,
I Supreme Court which has reversed the In.he fourth division i of the Atlantic I Orleans to F. O. Howe & Co. I I Insure-.their lives to protect their estates from possible

A BIG REDUCTIONIn KI KII decision of the lower court. r fleet-that is, thecruiser 'class-' .. Sailed }I Joss. Ladies who have others dependent on them for
INTEfflOR[ w ORK The costs' in the case ,are in the the Co'orado made the best showing, Senator, Br ss,tFyle! for Liverp col. | support insure their lives for their benefit The Equit-

the Amount ofHEADACHES neighborhood! of $600,,and will have to I with a. score barely super'or to that Nen'tmoor, Br ss Taylor, for Tyne. I able4 shows some: ., attractive. policies for ladies.Knowles .
I be paid by the town of DeFnnlakSprings. of the Maryland, which came second

I I The value of the property with,, the Pennsylvania third and the> : VESSELS IN PORT.
question is in the neighborhood od West Virginia fourth:' The Baltimorewill Insurance,

F Will BEGIN[ 2000. get the cruiser trophy, on account' Steamships.Burnby" Fire, Life. Bros.I Petns ola

Maxwell & Reeves represented Mr of 'an excellent record;. There will be: Br Thomas, 2361, Gal-
McGourin and S. K. Glllis the Town of!
some delay in the official announcement -
< I veston to the W S. Keyser Co.
Since the People Are UsingBromo Springs.. &. of, the final findings, owing to :Cayo Manzanillo. Br ss, Cowdy, "

MONDAY N f fOn THERE ARE FEW the fact that the Navy Department 1908, alveston,-to Gulf Transit Co. 44...1NN1N. t 1 .......
must await the returns of the IMnca
b aHNNtfH.NNN/1/N4
Federica, Aual ss, Zar, 2261, New P2
people who know how. to take. care of gun ,fire on the Ohio on the Asiatic Orleans, to Gulf Transit Company.

-V in themselves-the majority do not station.- Barlswood, Br. ss, Fayn, 1840, Pl I I Iron Works Supply Co. i
The liver Is a most 'important organ Onreceiving his promotion to rank IngHs to J. A: Merritt & Co. ,
in the body. Herbine will'keep it In i of rear admiral early next month, Manufacturers ,
Eizabeth: T: Doyle, Am-sen, Croucher and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, :
the Seven-Story Blount Building condition. V. C. Simpktas- Alba, Capt. R. M. Berry will .be assign: .641, New York to order. FORQINOS, "MttL AND'T, ,EAMSHIP- SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
Texas, writes: "I have uged! yer-; : to duty as commandant of the! Nor. ,
Exmoor, Br ss Storehouse, 2297, : REPAIRS A SPECIALTY..
For Sato byWhite's I Prompt attention given to all orders.
bine for Chills and an'd :
Fever find It Admiral
folk Va. Rear
yard to succeed -
by Contractor Chas. : Juadiera to Hyer Bros. fia/.x jilght Agents James
McKay Co.'s celebrated
the best medicine I I.I retiredand Los and( .
everuseij. Harrington, who recently i
Frances T. Tunnell. Am sch. Tun- Timber Dogs, also .of .
PharmacyPALAFOX chains descriptions. Office
would not be without ...t ff! 'Iti.'a'liI phone 123. Resi-! o
; will be 'given duty,.in connection
H. Turner.The I nell, 1239, Philadelphia! to. order. 0 dence phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr.
STREET. good people for children, and I as recommend it. is.fop grownup it. It with relieved the Jamestown from exposition Norfolk on being Jennie Hurlbert, Am brig, Wright, ......t.............. ....4..t.............o
Manufactured by at .
418, Havana Jo J. A. Merritt & Co.
G. VAN ANTWERP & SON, is fine for La Grippe..!" Sold by all: yard. ;,c. John L. Inglis, Am.tug.98,. Sheldon,
Mobile, Ala. interior work on the seven- druggists. ., I Rear Admiral Rag:.kjef of the- B1} New Orleans to J. A.."Merritt.

story Blount building is to be 'commenced reau of Steam. Engineering h1s.be3l Mexican: Brit. ss, 2728, Slater, from ANNUAL DIVIDENDSCannot

Monday morning by Chas. H. NEWS OF Tt1EMINOR' designated by the.-president .a mem- New Orleans, to Gulf Transit Co.
ber jf the National \digsoryBoard of Monviso, Ital ss, Revello, 2774, New -.be lost and they be used
WhatYourEyesSee Turner, and will be pushed rapidly I Steamship, fuel and,,structural materiaL Orleans to Gulf Transit-.', may to

ahead so as to keep close up with the COURTS I i-- ; Wentmoor. Br ss, 2,508, St. VincEnt reduce the premiums each if the insuredso
progress of the concrete work. to Hyer Bros.
you must believe. So you 'need not G. B.. Burnhans 'testifies After Four
Mr. Turner's contact embodies! all chooses A life
take any other person's word for it, Recorder's Court. .;Years.. <, or Endowment Policy with
portions of the building except the -
but call on me and :
Recorder Laney had an even:'twenty G. B. Burhans of Carlisle Center, Ships. annual dividends in the Union '
concrete and steel work, which is being : Central Lifeis
defendants before him in the munici N. Y.. .writes; "Abqat. four
"SEE" done by the Atlanta firm, and is a : years Canara, Itl. ship, 1495, Repetts, Genoa
pal-court yesterday morning for trial.. I. wrote stating that I had .
a'go you to Master.'Harvest the
'or yourself, what swell summer goods big undcrtakinHe has been busy Of this number' two defendants were been entirely cured? p-a severe kidney Queen, Brit ship, Forsyth most satisfactory; *
the ten
during part: days getting material
am showing and atSUMMER discharged, one case"continued and trouble. : by taking Jess titan two Rio Janiero Ito order. .. ,
for beginning
cn the ground ready:; the -
one defendant turned ovpr to the .Foley' .Kidney B. S. WILLIAMS General
PRICES and will have sufficient on bottles of Cure. It. Nordstjernnen, Not--: ship, 1,635. Agent.
county authorities. FJ.nes1mposed aggregated entirely stopped the brick dust sedi; Iraksea, La >Guayra to W. S. Keyser
hand by Monday morning to. put a big Thiesen
I/ght-weight Serge Coats from S3 force of men at work. $44. .t' .,"' ment, and pain and .symptoms; of kid- & Co. Building. phone 608.
tp $7; Sicilians: and Aupacas in abun- The concrete construction! is now go- U. S. Court Martial.J ney disease disappeared.: I am glad Barks.

dance at from $tOO to 1000. One of, ing ahead rapidly, and a large forceof The case Of Sergeant J. A. Kennedy, to say that I have never.had return' Antigua, Nor bk 1348 Ferguson,
those Serge Coats (single or double; men is employed in1 dolrg th-3 work. U. S. M. C., who was taken into custody of any of those symptoms: during the New Orleans to A. Zelius. need have no terrors for you
breast) with a pair of those swell,:; The forming the fifth floor i is now at the navy yard some weeks]; four years that have elapsed and I am De-grejori Gto Botto, Ital bk, 1294. WASH DA'Y if you send your washing to
light trousers, will dress you up. fort)being constructed- and the building is ago upon the charge of larceny and evidently cured to- .stay cured and! Genoa, to Rossasco Bros.
the summer together with some of beginning to assume the aspect of a assault with intent to murder, will be heartily recommend Foley's Kidney King ilalcplm. It bk Gufi, 1233, Ge- The New Method Laundry,
'those gauze and balbriggan underwear I skv-seraper. called this morning The trial 'will be Cure-to- any one'Suffering from kid i.oa to Huges & Co. PHONE. tiesHot c.1N<,LAWRENCE Prop. Ho,8 WEST ROMANIST
at 50c and $1.00 per suit and your The interior /work could not be commenced by,court martial, composed of officers ney-'or bladder trouble. For sale by Luisa, ltal.i bk. 1591, Montano, from
whole outfit won't cost you over until the concrete work had of the yard. Jas. R. Landrum will WUA. 'IXAlemberte, druggist and. Nolloth to njaster. ........................f............. ...-.......

$$12.50. Call and let me show you. advanced to a certain stage, but now represent the-accused- apothecary. Lake Erie. ItL bk., 928. Efigan, Bas-
tint: this bas'" een reached it is the in. New Suits Filed. .. som to Master. i
t S tention of the contractor to keep The following. new suits were filed SUMMARY Monrovia, Nor bk, 14.49.: Aase, Hamburg Water For Kitchen i
to order Purposes.
JOSICOLEMAN't abreast of the other work so as to yesterday in .the office ff the clerk of
Port onoclan, Uruguay bk. 1112,
have his portion of it romp;!te'al' as the circuit court: ,
early rs possible after the concrete !W. H. Helton vs. H. Baars & Co., a I THE WEATHER Ferres, Montevideo to German American i ,' :
frame corporation; damages $500. 'Maxwell Lbr. Co; Let us install a gas water heater. Saves time and wor,.
is complete.BASBBALL
\ 212 S. Palafox St bk and 'gives you hot'water for kitchen !
& Reeves attorneys for plaintiff. Precursors; Ital Schiaffino, 1508, purposes without heat'
Phone 727. 0. H. Smith & Son vs. L. & N. R. Genoa to Rosasco Bros. I ing the, kitchen Use an oven., 1

; R. Co.; damages $50,000. MaxWell. &. OVER HALF AN INCH OF RAIN Spero, Nor. bk, 623, Bostig. Las t
---- ------ Reeves attorneys forplaintiff; Palmas. | Gas at Reduced Prices
FELL.DURING< THE STORM Sterling, Nor bk, Ellepsen, Labita i For Fuel a as
ANOTHER Bay to prder.
Following are the scores in the principal $3.50 PANAMAS; ALSO SOME VERY YESTERDAY.. Schooners. make It possible for every home in Pensacola to use gas 0

To. BeWell baseball 'games played yesterday FINE ONES FOR $5.00. THE M. & Donna Christina' Am. sch, McLeod for all cooking and water heating purposes. Will bp :
'. O. 165. Belize., glad to see you at our office any day and explain the
: Over half an. Inch of rain fell yesterday Barkentine. good features of gas to you. :
Southern League. between the hours of 7 a. -ni.axii Hubert Fuller\ : Am barkentine, 679, ..
New Orleans 1. Atlanta 0. 5 p. m., the rain guage at the Nash; Port of :Tampa, to C. W. Oliver -
Dressed Little Rock 4, Nashville 2. I > United States weather bureau record ; : Pensacola Gas Company i

r No other v games played. H BUTIHE ing ;fifty-two one-foundredths of an .

l 11/l 1 In ,h. A HAPPY MOTHER ; ; Phone 148. 2$, and 27 E. Garden Street. :
South Atlantic League. J The maximum 83 -
temperature was
Cool andComfortable Columbia 1, Savannah 0. dt>grehich was recorded at 11:30 will see that'her baby is properly. ........................, ..............................
-fortodo this good ,
Macon 2..Augusta 2. Called end of a. m. and the minimum 73 degrees at cared a purgative ]
% is-necessary. Many babies suffer
ninth on account of rain.Oharleston.JacksonvUle. ftf 3:15 p. m. -
from'worms and their mothers
(postponed, In his summary of weather conditions DRINK BOTTLED
don't know it-If baby is fever
rain).: E&GiarlSEMOWMiB yesterdayC'aserver' Reed said: your
ish and doesn't sleep at nights, it is
"The tropical disturbance that
troubled with worms. White's
American League. reached Northern Georgia Wednesday DELI C10US
Cream' Vermifuge will clean out
'2 Washington SfI morning, has been.deflectiui northwestward
Chicago 0. I ,
does these worms 'n a mild pleasant way.
not mean extremes DetrSot 5, Philadephia: and now appears as a moderate Once triad always used. Give it a

in style, but Cleveland 3',New York 4. I !i w depression over Illinios where it is attended trial Price 25 cents. So'.d by all r
by.rain rain is also falling at
St. Louis-Boston (postponed, wet
simply good taste. I grounds.) j) i ; t scattered points In Georgia, Alabama/ druggists.

"t East Tennessee: the Carolinas and Virginia 4
good judgment and I -:-- pTbeiimpleitSurett
,National League.. Safe j A high pressure area exists
good clothes in Handle-tad only Perfect over the 'northeastThe pressure is ,Do You Want The .
detail. You New York 6, St. Louis 4. 4 I tilAfillinj Pen. .No class Viet still low over- thg west and generally j REFRESHING
every Brooklyn 1.;Pittsburs'6.Philadelphia -no ink to iplll no dortiar
I lght! showers and thunderstorms have
combine all of 1; Chicago! 5. or 1hl.k1n&aYOllllmply ,Montana and adjacent ter The Genuine has Trade Mark label.
'Boston 2, Cincinnati. prey the button(u on cap and
these good feat- in the picture)and tile pea tOt t ritory.
.t. Int"'tla h."
ures in the clothes Barrancase:and Y.. M. C. A.The.Barrancas""and Write + "Conditions are favorable for BEST BOTTLED
tJ.e instant it showers in this section to-night and / EXCLUSIVELY BY
you buy here. : : : Y. M.C.A. teams; louche*the paper partly cloudy weather Fray with ;
will meet on the PalmettoBeach, diamond -'
this''afternoon t.3' :3\1\ :o'clock,' Eagle$ 50 variable ,Winds. .. .'. ,
Uygeia WorksPHONE
Fifty Cents and it is expected that' the contest Denies.rH Struck Burton. Bottling
will be an interesting';one"as both Flash 1 I '
teams' hare some good; men in their Bennie Edmundson, who was arrested Fishing Tackle 587. 124 E. CHASE ST.
buys an Undergarment linkup. The line up' will .be.:as fol No IS with. brat Mild(gold I upon'an affidavit mad? by Chas H: -
pen point-finest vulcanized | '
here that lows: robber and fully parantee4.EaaJe Burton that he had struck and beaten
tie latter wishes to deny the statement ,
Barrancas-Rgstau, catcher;'Carnes .
spells comfort in "F1uh"No.25 of Burton and that he only Tennis, Golf. Baseball and Athletic
Heffner, with
pitcher; Bfgler, short stop;<. told haDda.U.SO
every thread. 1st base: Ward, 2nd base, Baxter 3rd| E&ate"f1uh- No. 26 pushed Burton, the latter falling on Goods, the best Phonographs and records I Lumber Brick Paint Hardware
., field Duzynski, the wharf, and;thlt lie did not strike '
base; King left ; center aol4L.$4.Go: the best Dog Medicine, the best ,
field; Mundell, 'jjght field; Wedg-l, amend Iy ScaI oael1 13jlc. Bicycles the best Tires, the best .
wick,. Davenport s 1)stitutes.Y. ) r Other Stem in fact; everything that enters into the makeup of a
M. C. A,-Lurtori, catcher; Sam-' Ask YOUR DEALER. Hie ANCIENT. ROMEis Typewriters, the best Lock and Key \ honse-caabe had here. We buy in i large quantities, gpt
H o. ANSON\ uelson, pitcher; HH1? ni: 'short stop;, doesn't tell you the Eagle"FLASH" now merely a memory of the past Fitting, best Trunk Repairing, best .Jt:la ear load lots, 'naturally at smaller prices and at I Ifc3-

Fisher, 1st base; Riley;end base; Bell, end tile retail FountaiiPcnitaea price direct ton Ballard's Snow; Liniment is the family Gas Lamp, and last, but not least the I. freight: rates than the smaller! shipper, and can, tbfrroforK
3rd base; Brent, left field; Maneely,, *. Each. pea aUolatdT ratanteed. liniment -of the twentieth' cen best Roller'Skates! self-cheaper than others. It will pay you to get our
. CASH CLOTHIER right field;. Wktson, right field. .. tury. A positive cure for Rheumatism Why zo to prices on your"needs: for building purposes.
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> Eagle Pencil, } Burns Cuts. Sprains, Neuralgia
4 i MtDU&cturera etc.. Mr; C. H. Runyon, Stan-
l Corner Palafci and hams.P ANOTHER SHIPMENT ALSO OF THOSE 3)/Broadway' Nw York berry, Mo., writes:' :S"I have used f. B. BRUCE Baunders Mill Company,
$3.50 PANAMAS; SOME VERY Snow Liniment -for {Rheumatism and I

P ;______-.,- FINE ONES FOR .$5.00., THE M. & t all pa5n.; I. an't sy enou'gh in Us .... Phone 717.'-' .., 21 _East, Garden- ..' Street.
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