The Pensacola journal

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The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title:
Daily journal
Alternate title:
Pensacola news-journal
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
Mayes & Co.
Creation Date:
June 16, 1906
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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In March 1897, the Pensacola Journal was started as a weekly by William Marion Loftin. The Pensacola Journal became a daily in 1898. With competition from other Pensacola papers, the Journal's coverage included a large part of Florida. In 1922, the Pensacola Journal was purchased by John H. Perry, who in 1924 also acquired the newspaper's main rival, the Pensacola Evening News. For the next six decades, the Pensacola Journal continued to appear mornings and the Pensacola News evenings. Both newspapers remained extremely competitive. A combined Sunday edition published as the Pensacola News Journal also became available. A consolidated newspaper, also known as the Pensacola News Journal, began operations on June 3, 1985, and continues to the present. Pensacola is the seat of government for Escambia County, the westernmost city in the westernmost county of Florida. The city sits on Pensacola Bay, connecting to the Gulf of Mexico. Since the early colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was already one of Florida's four largest cities. The big news covered by the local Pensacola press in 1898 was the beginning of the Spanish-American War. The Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them troops under Teddy Roosevelt, who passed through Pensacola on his way to Cuba through Tampa. In the years following the war, the United States secured the peace in the Caribbean through naval patrols and maneuvers based out of Pensacola. In the early part of the 20th century, Pensacola experienced tremendous growth. The population doubled to nearly 23,000 between 1890 and 1910. A new Spanish Renaissance-style city hall was built in 1908. Two years later, the American National Bank building--at 10 stories, Pensacola's first skyscraper-- was completed. The same year marked the construction of the San Carlos Hotel and a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had 21 miles of paved streets, and the first modern hospital opened three years later. In 1916, the city began operating its first motorized fire truck, and by 1924 it had replaced all of its horse-drawn firefighting equipment. The Pensacola Journal covered the cycles of boom and bust that characterized the city in the years that followed, as well as the renewed growth after the Second World War.
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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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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SPINS ij QUEER[[ Disorders at Bialystok Have Broken r PRESIDENT'SLETTER[ [ ,. .'

FLORAL PARADE Empire, Having Landed Out With Greater Fury G, Gethero Fired from the : DIITERLNTTyp[$ .

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Posponed from Day Previous Was to Proceed.v :, : Of Canal Explained by Represen. ', ,, :'

a Fine Spectacle.GREAT Associated Press Excesses Started Throwing: of tative Burton. 1 V

and Soul Separated and in Washington By June 15.-The steamer Several Bombs. By Asscciated= Press ot, Wadsworth Thinks He Is "Very ;,.."'-
Empire incident is closed, so far as Boston, June 15.The expulsion '

CELEBRATION IN HONOROF the Spirit He Saw His1 Own : the United States is concerned, and I :Frank Massachusetts G. Gethero house, of Boston of representatives from the Wrong" in His Views Regarding GEN'rLEMANFROM, OHiO BEUEV .V
although the cruiser Marblehead\ and "
BOONE HE CD IN CHEROKEE Dead Boo'y. V V :the Empire are still at Oorinto the CROWDS FIRED UPON POLICE committee was recommended'today investigating the chargesof the Meat Inspection.By ED IT UNFAIR TO ADMVIVN1STPLA.V ,...:

PARK INCLUDED UNVEILING Empire may sail without interferencefrom STATION AND CONSTANT. IN- bribery against him finding that he TION TO DELAY DECISION LONG. .' ; ; V
the cruiser at any time, accord I ..
I had members of the
OF STATUE GRAND BALL By Associated Press ; : ing.the to instructions department sent at the requestof TERCHANGE' OF ,SHOTS BETWEEN house approached and tried to.influence other them Improperly Associated PreSg ER; REPRESENTATIVE. UT:! \.'

WHICH CLOSED DAY'S PROCEEDINGS Chicago, June 15.-John Alexander Commander state :Mulligan was unable to I TROOPS AND JEWS FOL. by suggesting a money reward Washington, June 15.-Qhainnan"Wadsworth 1 TAUER'S AMENDMENT PASSED: : ,
I Dowie testifying today in the.hearing for ther: votes against the so- of the house committee V V
north from Panama enoughto I
soon I
WAS A BRILLIANT of the Zion City controversy in JudgeLandis's get prevent the Empire from landingmen LOWED ARMED1PEASAVNTS; called "Bucket Shop\bill" which was on agriculture, tonight made; public ., WITH BUT LITTLE DISCUSSION. : ..
defeated the session. The the correspondence between President -
court told of an instance and ammunition. The statute at present ,
EVENT. when his bodyand; soul became sepa under" which the Marblehea.d was or-t PARTICIPATING. house found no evidence that any I Roosevelt and himself regarding i, "

--- : rated and in the 'spiritual being he 'dered to Corinto 'do s' not provide for ; t member had accepted a bribe. : the meat inspection amendment. pre-I By Associated Press. .

distinctly saw hIs'own,dead body lying the' punishment of" an offense agaInst I pared by the committee.In Mr. Washington, June 1&-to comantttaa, 'Vofthewho1ethehonebya'f :-
reply to the president's letter
Associated Press. under a shroud. The queer narrativeof .
By the neutrality: law$ but only preventsa By AssocIated;Pres.
'Wkdsworth declares the president is <
life and death was brought out in breach of St. Petersburg, June-15; :-Disorders
I/misville Ky., June 15.-As yesterday .neutrality.
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"very very wron'g" in his estimate of llOto34ded1navoi-oa l : lock V. :
cross examination. Dowe: denied he -
to have broken out at Bialy-
was given over by the"HomeComing" ever represented himself as Elijah,, stok appear this afternoon with even greater! UNITED the committee's bill calls attention to canal across the Isthmus of Panama 'j i ?
jubilee to the memory of the statement the provisions in the bill and concludes ': """'
subsequently qualifying fury than characterised Thursday'sriots. the amendment being presented by .
Stephen C. Foster, so today was, for by saying that he told the .people he 1 with an expression of re'gret.that the representative LSttauer, of New York. '"'

the greater part devoted to Daniel I"came" In the spirit and power of Elijah [ENTERTAINMENT[ T [ No dispatches were )received direct! president inuendo at should least, feel in impugning justified the by: Mr. Burton, of Ohio, said he- beloved ; :V V
and himself the "first ,
proclaimed '
the office
from there telegraph
BOrne: f apostle" in September 1$' The great floral parade which was committee. ; : should !be setcled and removed ''
he V
pressed for an explanation of how Minskl from
from Grodno and report that
excesses -
to have been held on Wednesday and J I received the commission: replied, "I started again 4>daby the V "You have no warrant for it," says controversy. "It is not fair to the'V" .

TfKs postponed because of the rain,, I can't tell :you." i iIN OF'f ELKS[ AT T throwing of several | bombs. The Mr. Wadsworth in closing. : I president and the executive-officers: !I !",,

filled the streets of the business secttot crowds, according! to tbese.\ .dispatches, FORMEDDelegatesfrom. the government having the matter in ,- .'

of the city this morning. There I then opened fire onthe police station, charge to tell them to go aheaj and V l.

were eight divis'ons in the parade,..IN i interchange to which troops of shots repied! )land a constant Jews in PACKING HOUSEMEN [ .in the next breath say we have not yet '. } ,
three of automobiles: one of two-horse NEGRO HEAVILY[ between I "
open carriages, one of one-horse traps DENVER[ [ V the houses and soldiers on the streets decided hesald. what type of canal to build," "I 1"V:',.

and tandems one of tallyhos and four- followed.A I large Number of) '
tn-hands, one of pony carts and the mob of peasants v$ho found their Taking a position before a map Mr. ,J.,...

!last of the fire department. Many of way Into Bialystok ,Thursday armed Meet and Burton explaine! the difference between -;'".
the vehic'es in the procession: were fiNED BY with clubs and scyth participatedHas Organizations Will BET the two types of canal. He said ;;::
beautifully arid elaborately decorated Elaborate Program Prepared for in the riots today.V'tE. V Officers.The 34 of the best engineers in the worn '" ,V,

with! paper flowers and the parade Elect had declared for a lock canal, and he j ? ,
made an exceedingly fine spectacleas the Meeting Which Begins believed their judgement should be a> r?

it moved through the crowded Labor League an organization cepted. 1,>r'
streets. JUDGE V on July 15. E. GROSSiHANN J) composed of'a large number of T TRIEDW1IIV .I !Mr. Bartlett, of Georgia, made tht 4; V':
The glorification of DanielVB0OflE labor organizations in the city, was point against the amendment that it "p'' '.
came laterin the day in Cherokee last night, I was clearly new legi Iatioo. The <:.>
Park one of the handsomest public By Associated Press permanently. L L organized_ &.. I 'I chair held the amendment in order :"'
recreation grounds to be:found*in the: Bender Colo.,, June 15.-Anncrancer ,,-nen. delegates irom me various I I.1Jnions I and cries ot 'Tote, Vote" were heard. ', |

Country. At"2 o'clock there was a re. ? atwas made to-day of the'1>rogrn.m : [ .and. associations formed ..met' on nf De/organization [: Be' Arraigned this Morning r\ Without further discussion repre- T *
For the Disturbance'on m .AT1 f T TN Luna street, a permane '
union of 'the descendants of Daniel Causing for the entertainment of the natioual! elected officers and trans- sent 'tlv tattauer's amen'SSnent' was .

Boone in the park pavilion, about a: convention of the Benevolent! and Protective acted other busilness for the good of Before Recorder for Having V adopted. ,
dozen lineal descendants of the great I the Dummy Thursday Night- I Order of Elks' which is to labor in general.
pioneer being present An hour later! : meet here on July( 15. The programis organized V TO PURCHASE MATERIAL' V ,:,

tV statue of Boone modeled by Miss: Sentenced to Pay $50. is follows; BAR RAN N CAS Labor The name League chosen, anji.; the was object the United is to Spoiled Meat on Hand. IN AMERICAN MARKETSi
Sunday, July 15-Reception to 11 '*
ED d Yandell. of Louisville, and presented .. V solidify the laboring men of the city, .i H.
to the city of Louisville by C.: Grand Lodge officers and membersand them work in harmony and "Washington June 15.-Besides ''t- : *| -'t
C. Bickel. was unveiled. The statue! carriage ride, about the city. and have The trial of the representatives; of ciding the type of the Panama canal :'
John J. Ccker the who caused mutual benefit. This has I'
stands! half way up a densely wooded ; negro Monday, July 16, at 2 p m. Wild for the packing houses of Swift and Armour the house to-day by decisive vote, re .'.*
boll In charming portion of the the disturbance on the dummy Thursday West show free for all ELks an,:' their lon'g been desired by many laboringmen Is to occur this morning before fused to sanction the purchase th* *.-r-

park. Just a beneath the figure of night, was heavily fined themunicipal ladies. At 8 p. jn. public opening exercises Been in:Bad Health Since He but* it has now been that accomplished organization Recorder Laney in the municipal canal materials in the markets of the r:.f3
court it is expected
and every
Boone and covering the driveway a of the Grand Lodge at the court. :Among the witnesses: will be world, the general republican position .= s .
the evidence entitled to membership
lV'(Eform was erected for the speakers. Ju'd'ge Laney after hearing Tabor Grand Opera House; addresses Returned from the Phil i I'Mayor Bliss and City Health Officer being that as the canal was to be built _-.f j|
imposing a penalty of $50 and! will affiliate itself with the new body. : M
of welcome, music, etc. Pierpont. : by American taxes the American ;
Brpckinbrldge Castleman, of Louis-
vii.e. made the presentation address costs. If this fine is not paid Coker Tuesday, July 17, at 10 a. m. to 12 i Several of the delegates last night Yesterday morning the nine; or ten!., working man and American manufa- y, $;
in jail, which ippines.Ernest talks getting the '
will its equivalent short
serve made
foi Mr. Bickel, and the acceptance for '.. midnight-Entertainment at Elitch's upon carcasses of decayed beef and mutton turer should have ap advantage. 'j i-t
will be about sixty days. .closer together and they
laboring rnex. '.
&! board of commissioners Gardens. At 10 a. m. band concert at found in the cold storage plants of I' c', 1'
park wash Coksr became incensed while on the to make the league an exceptionally .
expect ;
I the,
Park automofoila ride about by
City ; city the firms were carted away
Col. R. Burrett The statue was
the train did r.tstop The fol-
'because organization. YOUNG MEXICAN
dummy strong
for ladles Grossjohann, probably one and
; reception at St. Axthony'sHospital having been confiscated
cnveHed by :Miss Helen Stewart of
for him at the point where he lowing officers were chosen from I
thig! city. Elks rooms, 9 a. m. to noon. of the best known men stationed at were buried. V t'
: wished to get off. His abuse'of the At 2 p. m. opening session of the Fort Barrancas, died: at that place among the delegates present: Mayor Bliss stated yesterday afternoon LADY TO SPEAK :
rolowing the ceremones: at the of !
engineer was heard by 'a numiber Grand Lodge at Tabor: Grand. I yesterday afternoon at 1:15 o'clock.: 'President Jas. :M. Johnson of Car-' that the meat found was in a.. ,
park in the life of ll'
stirring events }
fume the passengers and Conductor McCain Wednesday, July 18, 9 a. m.- Iasstdban' ;! Death was due to valvular heart dis penters and Joiners No. 74. badly decomposed state, and utterly! ;
were given in another part of and endeavored to ot'
to the man Vice-Prsident-Thos. Johnson
'&., parade of aH bands attending: reunion ease. unfit to be offered for sale. Some of I *AMISS
gr:>unds. A stronghold situated upon stop the use of such language where S. B. A. No. 1. I CORTEZ 'ijl
it ADo
tit. and taking part therein. From Sergeant Grossjohann had the mutton was in such a state that It
summit of a small elevation and it could be heard. The negro quickly reachel'l Financial Secretary-Percy S.: I \
10) a. m. till' midnight, Manhattan the age of 47 years, and I had molded. The mayor was informed -: ,
called Fort Boonesborough, was attacked if possible DRESS CONGREGATION '
conductor I AT
the and' Union
turned on of Typographical i
Beach, free to all Elks' and their la large family to mourn his death. He Hayes, of the fact that the packinghouses
by hordes of who No'1
than at
* savages used more vile language dies. At 10 a. m., continuation of band 1 had many friends. not only at the 23. had such meat on hand and calling in PALAFOX CHURCH SUNV : i iiff
re the :
on of and
point andlanihlliatiffg blows
overpowering ,
first: This brought on I Tre3.Surer-iJohn OBrien! of S.
I concert at City Park. V post and the navy :yard, but in the V the city health officer made the in '.. :
the garrison, when a I when the negro ran at the conductor Thursday, July 19, 10 a. in.-Grand city, and his death will be generally A. No. 1. spection. The local representatives. V DAY. :. r::
swarm of pioneers, led by Boone in with a knife!. the latter fired a shot at Recording Secretary-p. McLeHan, V .
parade; 8 p; m., grand display'of fre- regretted.He houses say that Satur- '
of the packing
person; arrived in time to drive the I with revolver! but the bullet V 293. .. :.j
him a works at CIty Park. had held the position of hospital of Typographical Union, No. day is their regular day for destroyIng ..t '
Indians away and save the fort and its mark. Rollins!of i ii
missed Friday July 20-Excursions! over all Stewart in the army for number of; iSergeantatArmsWE. all condemned meat, and that the : ; :
!1t til Inmates. The spectacle was givenIn Coker ran from: the Little Bayou, i International Associati 'n of Machinists Miss Eli a Cortez. a charming young ; ,
a, vivid and realistic: manner, and the trouble occurred, but was railroads ICT years, many of which were spent at i meat found had been placed aside Mexican lady who has been in attend j.1 lance
where There will be other amusements, arrangements climate No. 632.Executive : when it
The there did arrive
Philippines. i that day to
for ;
I waiting .:"
upon the conlerence of tie: .i i.
evoked: the hilarious the Ep- :
cheers of the captured later in the night! by police Committee Thos. Tuttle .
which have
for not
yet not agree with him and his health began I could have been sent out to be buried. '
worth League, will address the ,
thousands: of people who gathered to and held in jail until yesterday teen completed. He I I chairman, S. B. A. No. 1; R. E. congregation :,
to decline. was ordered home '
'it'ness it. when tried and sen Of the Palafox Methoal : ;.
morning:, he was I Coleman, Carpenters and Joiners No.,
Open air dancing= finished the day tenced. about four months ago, and has sinN I I John McCurdy, of Star of the Sea' "ONE SPOT" WAS church Sunday morning, consuming ",'.
been at Fort Barrancas, but 174
!u the park the V he continued the time of the regular sermon. ""i'\ ;
program being con- MANY NEGROES Assembly; George Dansby, Typo- I
the .
to grow worse, change not : Miss Cortez was converted to the LChristian
to he reels and dances in B.
> vogue I graphical Union No. 293; Sam i
THOUSAND benefitting him any, and the end came THE the ;
a > TEN WINNEROF religion by missionaries ;
f ntur
> ago. Ton'ght! the grand ball Flynn of International Stage; Em- if
h' which eaborate: WERE ARRESTED yesterday. He was a member of al in Mexico, and she will relate her esyerience > ,
preparations of I ployees; J, B. Wilters! of International I V
w"n made held. thous- number secret societies amon'gthem 632 and the story of her conve.> 1:
was Machinists. No.
Association of ;
being the Masons Knights of, i who '
"ri! invitations sit n. 'All heard her at the recent V '
were issued, and whenwn'tir i I William J. Sennott, Cotton Screwmen's BUT DRI-
4 Honor, Woodmen of the World and] RACE meeting of the Epworth League WPM } t
General Hughes last night Association No. 1 A. Serra, International -
I ; '
NEGROES AND ONE Army and Navy Union. '
dt. I greatly and speak in glowing V \
to issue cards the NARROW ESCAPEFROM
no more Street Railway, Employees; VER HAD! A
The remains will be placed ;
at rest of the in which
demand terms manner she
was still unabated. I By Associated Press. WHITE MAN PULLED FOR O. O. Moore Carpenters and Joiners, (
afternoan in the : '
The Sunday national cemetery BEING BADLY IN. entertained the members of the con- l'l'i"I
event was one of the most brilui Fittsburg, Pa.,June 15.-The: minesof with military honors. No. 107.MANY. I : }
ference. ],
:; affairs of its kind ever held. the Cornell, Creighton, MoFetridge VAGRANCY AND OTHER JURED. : i

MONUMENT TOCONFEDERATES and neighborhood McLean of Coal Tarentum companies of, Pa.,in closed the CAUSES. W. J. BRYAN LEfT CATTLEMENARE I Y. Mt.: ; A.TEAM \,VAS'j: ;,

account the refusal -
down today on ',
r at the operators to pay the Pittsburg INDICTED "One Spot," owned by ''Sam Clifford! i"

scale. Pickets 'have been stationed: V The county authorities got busy FOR STOCKHOLMBy I won the race at Kupfrian's Park, yesterday DISAPPOINTED ik;

I about the mines but no trouble is ex Thursday night in the tenderloin and afternoon, but the owner and ,f
pected. About 10,000 men are Idle.WELLMAN other tough districts, and by.d ybrak By Associated' Press. driver had a narrow escape from be- "'' '.'.:..f'f '
yesterday had corraled twenty negroes Omaha, June 15.-The! Federal ing killed or badly injured. The bits V ':Y j
By I and Associated PressSt. jury"has returned indictments 1 broke in the mouth of the animal and BAR RAN CAS TEAM COULD NOT .IJ : ,;
Associated Press. I Ii |and one white man upon vagrancy June 15.-William J. grand -:"
Madisonis.._ June 15.-a monument PARTY/ ,other charges. The officers -are en- Petersburg.left today for Stockholm. He! against fifteen prominent N"'braskal" it ran away just at the start of the FILAY! : SCHEDULED. GAME AT 1 ,"h.
to the Confederate: soldiers who deavoftng to break up th> gangs of negroes Bryan cattlemen] in connection with land I race. The cart was broken and over- .

tied as prisoners of war here in 1862 LEAVES PARIS j who, are located in the tough called on Premier! Goryemkin before frauds. The charges include conspiracy -:: turned and the feet of Clifford, became PALMETTO BEACH YES : ';!
'8s unveiled here ths! afternoon by i i I districts of the city, and who have V no leaving. He received visit many attentions to defraud! the government, entangled in the lines. He wag: drag : I

Grand Army of the Republic Won [ visible means of support. The lone during his brief and was urgedto subornation of perjury and illegal occupation -! ged behind the frightened horse for, TERDAY. :!

s Relief! Corps and Sons of Vet. ; wihte'man arrested is F. B. PQber. I' express an opinion regarding the of public lands. About' four nearly a hundred yards before he sue-' !
,I V .sItuation in' Russia, but beyond declaring fifty thousand acres in his feet tree. He, .VrI
--ms! The unveiling was under the By Associated! Press.., The negroes arrested are Minnie hundred and ceeded in getting I V 1
Ihll1't'>- of the Daughters of the Con-i!I Paris, June-- 15.-Walter. Wellman- Roach Julia D pont, Arthur Johnson the his for profound liberty he sympathy refused with to the Sheridan and Cherry counties are was uninjured, except a few, bruises The members of the Y. M. C. A. '."j j
:tel'tr: and the remaining members of his expedition Virginia Johnson, Virgie Allen, Julia involved. and scratches. :: bas &aiI! team and quite a large num- ; : ,, ;
in the search'' for the north Lennox, Louise Eddins, Lensa Williams make a V The race was between "O*ie Spot" ber of persons were disappointed yesterday 'J4 p-- i

\ pole, left Paris, tolay.,: A large'crowd, Gus Ivey, Ed Smith, Lilly Alt- SENATE ARGUES and "Little Dan," the latter owned by I afternoon account of the ; ,t;: !
HVELVE/ MEN including Ambassador McCo mick, worth, Louisa Dean, Lee Whittlngton; TO MEET Willie Connors, and it was llnterest. calling off of the baseball game between '- ': !;
bade the party farewell Joe Mosley, Eze1"': Thomas, Marie An ing. It was the best three out of five]!' the Barrancas and Y. :M. C. A. tiNi j
derson. For lewd characters Ida ABOUTCANALS heats, and "Little Dan." won.the second teams. !

LOST AT SEABy FINE CHOWDER SERVED' V I Bolden Leslie Thillman and Lillie AT JAMESTOWNBy the other three heats being won The latter club could not be blamed iI.!

.AT, POLICE STATION Townsend. Press by "One Spot. The number!of spectators I however, and the members of that :!
', I,,I By D. C. June 15.-The was not large, but those who were sorely put out when they were :ifl.; I
Associated! Press Turnkey Frank Kramer,' assisted by Elected to House of Commons. Associated Press Washington'was divided did attend got the worth of their I notified by tha Barrancas team that 'i I

TV 1rt T 'wnsend, Washington, June John Milton, treated .the police stationempbe | London:: June 15.-Former. Colonial Indianapolis, June 15.-The National time between of the Panama canal bill and money. : I they coulo! not play the game. Itseems j : i
I.i -V report received from' of the, officers and Secretary Lyttleton and Sir Frederick Editorial Association here today the : T i that the officers of the post had f :
the govExrn.1 s. some Erie andOhio: rivership
observer their friends to some "ex- Banbury have been elected to the chose Jamestown.Va.. as the place for the the Lake with Workmen to be Tried.St. arranged for the team to play a game :" I
at Tatoosh that several of In connection
says I bill. ,
EhUll of the gasoline! schooner Ar- celient chowder-last night. which was, house of commons unopposed ,for the the next"meeting and elected J. E. Jun-! canal several ena.torsengaged in Petersburg, June 15.-'J11e trial with the team from Fort Morgan, and ct'
11E. vacancies in the of kin of Sterling, as president. This: the latter attempting did know of the arrange- V
which was reported on fire last frtatly joyedby those -who had the representations the policy.of granting of fifty-two workmen charged!with the men not '.
rJht! )IS still burning. The failure of goffj fortune to V invited. :The chowder St. George's and the 'CIty of London, afternoon' the delegates attended a re- a controversy over to an,interstate to set up a republic during ment until the boat arrived with the t :

t Je CTPW to reach Uraatil'a leaves no was served about 10:30; .o'clock, respectively, caused by the resignations -'ception given by Vice-president and: a national matter charter was nnder,Vconsid- the disturbances of last fall has been team. These two teams played at tht ":;;

ConclusIon but that the twelve .men and there waS" 'quite&V number' present of Heneage, Legge and Sir Ed- Airs. Fairbanks* assisted by James I canal.eratlon The at-adjournment. fixed for August 1. post yesterday afternoon .I ;: ,,,!.
oa beard V V ward Clarke! .Whitcomb ,Riley. '
have 'Jost their lives. I I to partate of it.


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"I I IMPORTANCE T N [ Doctors pronounced as in.
'I'd 1fflW c; curable Miss Minnie Gilroy

II : '.. ,..;!.,:e. of Morrison, cob.,',who sUf{!

fl ?%, Hi I (c,% ,.'.. .c' ,'1 / fered agonies from COnSUm .

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: _:_ !!lItIIlJi _ _ _I _ ,' bi/: : tion, hemorrhages and

-7; v\ : severe coughing. spells. She

-9 ....:......:....:.:._....... ........ .'. ,- A : wasted away to a shadow

J__ -I Chamber of" .. .Commerce Gives. ...................:.:.,:::.{.-..!....t.....?....:.;(jt......:.-...-....r....;....;,. :..t.. w.: ::.h............. / ; and had given up all hope
,-="- : i. i \@) )) ) IIj) ) )j))I @@l) !II@) :@f.#)I) :I: 4 -
.. Some Facts Relative to Metropolis I ..:.:.!...'..........\...................,.':.. ......................................,:.w..:.....:...:.. ...N.1. I when, she decided to try

r TONS OF BAKING POWDER of t: the West ::1! .jjfjjfIi.@....:..jjj.....-.j Ulgt.\j.. j.;..j..M@tjjjj..,ftjHtlM@tttt......j...jj.}...jj.j.jj..jj.jjj....j.j j..jtttjjt..jj...:. j.:jjjjj...:...::..jjj..#jjM-.j.,, 5p D u f'fyP Halt Whiskey,

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Pensacola is of distributing received its assurances tens of thousands of : :: Gilroy began to im.
Although one the large through 1 I : .: j : :::: :t jl:t;jt.- I
centers of the South, and the Lewia Bear Cornsatisfied housewives, who know it as the best and most San Francisco, June 15.-The following !-,, ; ::: : :::::::::::::: at and
stuffs certain leavener of bread the maker of wholesome ; ::::::::: :.;;::::::; ;::; ::;; :;:::" ; prove once gained i 1-
pany one of the largest distributors of food ; San :
in all this great territory, their large purchases of nutritious bread, cakes and pastry. Good Luck Baking Francisco communication Chamlbef of Commerce from has ; ::: .l@f............ : \ 7' pounds during the first two
the talk of the Powder is made in the South, with a full knowledge! of /!' : /? -
Good Luck Baking Powder are % k .
of the wants of the South; the manufactory at Richmond, just been made public: .. .7 months. She is today hap.
trade. The picture shown above illustrates one :- 4 ) ,
eU'Va.., is a Southern institution one of the largest busi :;.1, .-
recent receIpts-about fifteen tons of this greatest maker of the South. Recent To the Chambers of Commerce and well and strong
ness enterprises shipments from : : pyt and
of good bread that very recently arrived over the Seathe works of this pure foodstuff include a trainload Other Commercial Organizations in : >:t .. ,

board Air Line's connections. The aggregate sales of lot of one hundred and sixty-nine fifteen-ton cars. the UnitedStates and' Foreign % ('F : .. S S: writes the following letter

this famous baking powder is in excess of the combined Pensacola periodically gets its share of Good Luck,this Countries: : j: 1 of thankfulness :
sales of all other leavening agents handled in this tershipment peing the regular order-an order that indicates :: ?. : '+!
to be .
ritory. Good Luck Baking Powder would not be sold not only great business enterprise; on the part of Gentlemen-It would seem .< : ;
"I suffered for a long time with 'r
by firms of such high character as the Lewis Bear the Lewis Bear Cpmpany, but a' great "trade for important, at this time, to give assurance .1 'J tlon and had terrible attacks of (c ;.MPn.'g
Company unless it was of the very best quality obtainthem in everything else. that goes to the tableforable to the world of commerce ,and : ;f;: : : : 1 .. 'Y. \ ..- 'S and hemorrhages. I lost flesh an,l w j
at any price. They, in turn, could not sell everything else must be sold in proportion the measure I : d. run down. My breathing became dift\\( -
trade that commercial importance .
such great quantities of it unless the retail trade had of Good Luck-a teaspoonful to a baki g. the ] S.,5 ? 1 :; : : 1 a; painful, and the doctors pronounced u .-.'
of San Francisco: is assured by nature ,. .1: \ -t -, S curable.
Made by THE SOUTHERN MANUFACTURING CO., Richmond, Va. .c ,. % .- "I decided at last to try Duffy Pur: y..{
and that no accident or incident : 1 Whiskey and procured a bottle It. .; ;: -,
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___ ___________j-- -------- that fact. Tae : a nmimi?*# .. 1 Improve at once and gained fifteen .}
can do with .
away- the first two months. Uy cough \\ -
membership of the Chamber of Com-1! _ .... lieved. the hemorrhages ceased and l T
.. .. '. .. feel splendid m every way. I c >. < ... p
I merce of 'San Francisco is due to that "z ... soundly and have no more restless nv- "-
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c / much in > i -
.v.s "I cannot say too prais. 01
EPWORTH LEAGUERS understanding. The rapid growth of .. Pure Malt Whiskey as it has perm,7,}

I[ OLIVE I :San Francisco in the past few years. -.-____rp___ do cured any me good.after"-MINNIE doctors' GILROY medicines, Morrl fai :: ;i
I is proof of it. Colo., November, 1905.Duffy's .
LEAVING fOR'UOME Now that rumors have cur
I favorable to the<
rency that are not .
Special to The Journal. idea that San Francisco will continue Pure Malt Whiskeytmi'es
I Olive, June l'S.-Rev. Ed Clayton to 'grow as rapidly as before as a commercial -

Stevensonwho is remaining for a few filled his regular appointment here:: port it is the duty of this, the ( coughs. colds consumption grip, bronchitis and pneumonia. It stimulates and enriches the blood,aids digestion: buildl! !
Speak Highly of Pensacola and in the Interest of the Christian Saturday and Sunday last and received -': oldest commercial body on the Pacific up the nerve tissues. tones up the heart and fortifies the system against disease germs. It prolongs life, keeps th .'i,
days certain facts and the a medicine This is a guaante.CAUTION. : :
t oil is only
another member for baptising. coast, to call attention :> : young and the ;young strong. It contains no fusel
Advocate, of which; he is associate and considerations that no less
Say Conference Was One of There was a good attendance. ., fret the genuine. L'nscrnpnioas dealers,mindful of the excellent
.-When you ask for Daffy's Pare Malt Whiskey be sure you
editor. for the advantage of than for the en- harmful. Demand' "
I Mr. Ed Williams is slowly improve of this preparation,will try to sell you cheap Imitations and malt whiskey substitutes which are positively Duffy's and
Most' It: is very probable that when the ing. lightment of everyone who has an be sure you get It. ,It Is the only absolutely pure Malt Whiskey. Sold In sealed bottles only; never in bulk. Look tor the trade-mark the"Old'
the Successfulin active interest in commercal: geography Chemist,"on the label and be certain the seal over the cork is unbroken. All drngglfttt$ and grocer ,or Clrest, fl.oo.bottle. Medical booklit
next meeting of the league is held in Mr. Morris Creighton is still con- i and datorz'advica tree to any one. Dotty Malt Whiskey Co.,Rochester,New York. -- -------
I fined his bed with fever. and studies its lessons. ; .
to typhoid
the conference wffl divided. I
Mobile be
Ban Francisco Is tie principal sea'
Little Lizzie Ceighton is on the sick 'II'III N. COLOR NG. Distributer.
This was done here, but the action I list also. I port of the PacHic coast of the United I .

Was reconsidered inasmuch as some Miss Fannie Steward and !Mrs..1.I States. Two transcontinental systems i ii .-
VERY PROBABLE THAT WHEN of the ..de1.f&'t.ltes'! not' given the Nancy Oolley and lfttle baby; who for'i of railways, the Southern Pacific and! forty million dollars a year. The mining -'
subject' much thought and were there- the past two weeks have been visiting .I the Santa Fe, have their termini here,! resulting from inexhaustible min-
THE LEAGUERS GATHER IN MOBILE fore not in a position to vote upon Mrs. E. G. Creighton and family,' and a third transcontinental road is in! eral deposits; of fifty kinds leads to Fisherman's: Luck: is Not Always Good luck, I Ithe

NEXT' YEAR CONFERENCEWILL the matter. will return to their home In Bay Min- construction, with San Francisco at its i large expenditures annually, for material ,
i it is too much is left to chance
There is a sentiment, however,[ nette Wednesday next, to the regret terminus. Lines of steamships regularly and machinery and, general sup- .c.
selection i>f your fishing tackle. Our cusm '
BE DIVIDED\ AS THERE IS among the delegates that the Epwortlj| of their many friends and relatives. ply between San Francisco and plies. :!
usually have good luck. The tackle we sell is! sou .
the Orient, Australia, New Zealand '
League should'' have the same divisionas
Mrs. Alice Orelghtoa is now visit. An open port: surrounded by land
SENTIMENT: NOW FOR THIS DI. the churches. M present it is composed in'g with her mother-in-law Lizzie the Hawaiian Islands, :Mexico, the with room for the navies of the worldto made that a good string is the usual re ult.Coe's .
of of Alabama and WestFlorida coasts of South and Central America,
all Creighton.. be sheltered in a land-locked bay; i
VJSION. which, the delegates think,"is f. Miss Maud Majors left Sunday at the Philippines, Alaska, the seaports the financial, banking and commercial :Bookstore.IIo"e .
too much territory to be covered by for Gonzalez where she is visiting of the Pacific coast of the United of ,
[ noon center the Pacific coast of the 235. 313 South Palafox St,> &! Pnu:3ta
one conference, and that the meetings her sister, Mrs. Tom Miajors. States and European ports. Sailing United States; the entry port for the!
Many of the Epworth League dele cannot be arranged .central enough to Mr. Bill Hoyt, of Pensacola, was vessels from all parts of the world deliver trade of tk.Orientwith'; hundreds! of

gates, who had been in attendance obtain as large an attendance as'wouldbe the guest of his parents here (Sunday and take xargoes*(at* San Fran- millions of people in China and Japan|]! ,
upon the conference! for the past three I the case were the conference divid- last. j cisco. t. awakening more and more to the al-j YM, """v.
days, got away for their homes yesterday -' ed. This was the opinion of one of the Quite a crowd from here attended Two large rivers, the Sacramentoand vantages of, commercial dealings with]

morning! and at noon, while some members who has been here and who the basket supper at Brent .Friday the San ;Jqaquin, serve as inland the United.States;, the Panama:banal, 'JUST RECEIVED, ONE SOLID CARLOAD OF WINDOW GLASS, \
few left lat: night There are still, advocated the division at this tim, night last.If water ways toihe great Interior valleys which will brin'' the products 'of
come of the delegates in the city, how: and who is conil' 'en't' that it will be which are. hundreds of miles in fornia thousands of miles n, : Cali-I ON'E SOLID CARLOAD OF CARY'S MAGNESIA ROOFING:> 2000
ever, -who have"remained over to see carried through unanimously at the length, in size and empire, having soil
your stomach troubles you do not E rop'ean.lricr. American; markets than!: WHITE CEDAR POSTS. ; EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEBUILDING.;
more of the city and to Visit with meeting next year in Mobile. and capacity- to nalntain 'comfortably :
conclude that there is no cure, for a is now possible by sea; the fad that!
friends. '. great many have been permanentlycured at least twenty! million people, and to I California's distinctive products' Insure :.

Phone 11. & CO.
1f The total attendance upon the conference To Meet in Philadelphia. I by Chamberlain's Stomach and produce food for a great part of to this state a market for what it 1
was a/bout/ ; 150 delegates. \Denver, Col, June 15.-The next. Europe. '
Liver Tablets. Try them, they are can produce; the millions of acres1 VWWWVWAAAVAVWNeath
These came from all portions of Ala- biennial convention of the Knights:I'I Climate supplements soil and en-
certain to prove beneficial They back of San Francisco in the interior,
bama and West Florida, and every and Ladies of Security in 1908 will be I ables California to send to the portofan
only cost a quarter. Sold by all that will produce vast quantities of
delegate was highly pleased with the held at Philadelphia. That city came. Francisco for shipment vast quantities I
druggists. freight for centuries ofj' "
manner In which they hai been entertained In at the last minute and was victorious. -I of products that are peculiar, as ; an ocean full 'I the Shade of the AppleTree"is
fish at the front door of this port the
while in Pensacola and the result Chicago, St. Joseph, St. Louis, regards the United Califor- commercial! 'interests of world' .
of their conferences. .Cape Glrardeau, Mo., Detroit and a nit, and that always will end to the that

'Among the prominent league workers half dozen other cities were after the.1 r : :MUS 'i I I'greatly augment the commerce of this terests are inextricably of San Francisco tied up by with reason the. in-of all right, but is takes an Electric Fan for comfort \
still in the city is President .convention. coj port, The grain fields, now that intelligent -
---. j experiment; is pointing the gateway-these the fact that this are a port few is'a factors natural that: Electric Work and Supplies of all kinds,

II to an addition to their output,will
way are self evident to the casual observ-
i : Special: ta increase the present volumne of .,.,.,.. '.....1 'n..f 'h",... ,'., n, ftH'I _ft-'l PFNSIWOI. 4 FiFr.TRin COMPANY.... .
The Journal. auu mac I/cat. vu LUC vvjunuuvu ctllU a w'w "" ISIS U
freights to be moved and enrich San I I :
You Should
IMuscogee, June 15.-Reverend augmenting greatness of San Fran-
Francisco greatly. The mineral Phone 570.
I Breadlove the M. E. pastor of Powelton very cisco.In: .

heM services here last Sunday. A products of California amount to about behalf of The Chamber of Commerce 1

very large crowd atended: the services of San Francisco, I wish to give
Miss Jean Patterson has returned assurance that commercial men who' have no terrors for you I II

See them WiggleWhen she home hag from been Tallahassee attending,college Fla., during where -cast go their- The lot with opportunities this city for will successful not-II w ASH DAY.eed. send your washing to

the past year. enterprises are many. We The New Method Laundry,
(Mr. P. K. Ybnge president of the have shipyards, docks wharves' PHONE 1186 W..LAWRENCE, Prop. No.8 WEST ROVIANI
Southern We Have I _ _ _ _
States.Land and Timber Co., freight handling facilities, cheap fuel -

the Doctor says "it's coffee, stop it if you was here on business Satur 'lR.Y.. oil in endless quantities a genial cli .:. ""....."' ..
Littl, Edward Bonifay has beet ill mate, an enterprisng and dauntless
to well.
want get this past week with fever. people-everythng that is needed for II I FLEMING I

Oh dear what a mean doctor, but then plain Catherine Tompkins, the little our future 'greatness. The earth- '
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Toapklns Just quake of April 18th, 1906, did not in
facts are best to know so we may cut out the has been very ill with cholera in- jure our commerce or our industries.The a' -
fantum for the past twoS weeks Her
fire did not curtail our resources.
things that hurt. friends are glad to know she is im Our banks are full to overflowing with. Special to The Journal. c

About 4 a Cin. went to Ger- proving. money. Fleming June 15.--Fleming isisjluat.: ;?_,,p ,,
years ago Blrs. L. Waters of ReceivedAFresh I .,
Gateswood Ala. -
I hope that this letter to the commercial ed 12 miles north by northeast af Milton At .
for his health arid to consult of visited her daughter Mrs. A. Bowman bodies / --
many one the of the world may help at the croBslnTof the public r')ad
dining the last week. clear up any misapprehension and leading from Milton to Andalusia and
famous physicians in Berlin. Miss Allie Seals of Pensacola, Fla., that it will lead to a study and complete the road leading from Milligan to : : ;

The Dr. found him a nervous wreck suffering was days visiting last week.relatives here several understanding of the impregnable Brewton, Ala. 4 j
position of San Francisco.
Milton is the nearest post office, at
from loss of sleep and constipation' about 50 Mr. Correy his Mulfins of Pensacola Respectfully, present though we hope to have an
parents several days last THE CHAMFER I
established here soon.
lbs. off his usual week. .
SAN" FRANC! 13CO. Fleming is a voting precinct Church

But let him tell his own experience: reveral Berg days Shodmey last week.was 111 with fever of W. H. Marston, President.I ami1' school facilities are good. -

Miss Sallie :McKlnnon of McKlnninville Supply Our people ate engaged in farming _
"The Dr. surprised me very much by asking through here on her. wsy to Pea-- PIUOT COMMISSIONERS: timbering: and turpentine.F. ,
HELD SHORT MEETING: S. Gay is owner of a turpentine
at once if I was a coffee drinker and on my tell- sacola Monday.Mrs. farm here. His still is located it this Would
W. W, Quinn, of Howison Mis-
him I used it two threetimes he John Bell..tF1rofrssor. The Board of Riot Commissioners place. you
ing or : a day said DarwellRhines' I held a short meeting :yesterday in the i Farmers are planting more .cotton
: 'It is poison 'to some persons.' visited his daughter:Tate cj.Mrs.JWerts-Lou Carrj'Sun1i'ay. ., I I office of the secretary, R. 51. Cary.,I fachyear.. However they do tot no- Rehabilitatethe
r The meeting was the regular monthlyone glect th.3 grain csops .
"After carefully examining me he told me Little: Elaine Price the little*daughter -I and only .hratine! .matters were A very good rain fell here |Satur-.

there was nothing the matter with me whateverbut of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Price has. transacted by the board. day of last week enlivening the;; growling -
& I A license: was granted the new pilot crops. Pantry
been ill for the past"three I
very weeks.Dr.
what could be entirely cured in 30 days by Dewb rry, of Pensacola, has boat Pilot. This was necessary on account ': J. H. Tompkins has been very
of the change in the name of sick but is improving at this writing
letting coffee and other stimulants alone and diet- made many recently.professional visits toMuscogee ttte vessel. under the treatment of Dr. Eldrige.Btr. What with new paper and

F. S. Gay was a. buoiness! Visitor : and oil
f .ing. to Milton Monday: last. : paint cloth in the

"So I put back home and wife got some .The Idea of using SnalU.snails for the cure THE REAL-TEST quent Showers and crops are are becoming looking: more fine fre- kitchen and pantry, the bat.

I Postum Food Coffee for me. of chest complaints Is not peculiar to Of Herpicide. Is In Giving It a Thor., .1- tered and blackened tins 1 Iwk

: "The first trial didn't please me but we foundit the latter day Italians. There were ough Trial. A widow Accepted the Estimate. out of place in the surround-
.many: believers the,nostrum in Eng Celebrated There is only one test by which to in Maine town, according

hadn't been boiled enough. The next meal it land a century ago, and quite a brisk Judge the efficiency of any article! to the! Boston Herald, was a strict con- ings. The spring cleaning ."..asput
trade was done in snails, at Covent and that is by its ability to do that I strnctionist in her theology and would
'. was fine. Garden. There is a quaint prescription which it is intended to do. Many admit no lodger Into her hoarding some things out of jed: ,

"I seemed to begin to well at and for a snail cure In."An Old Lady's hair i visors may look nice and smell i house 'who had a leaning toward Unlversallst hasn't it ?
i! get .once Pharmacopoeia," published by Mrs. Gluten Flour nice ;but the point is-do they eraal--! views. Ore day an ol
kept it up until I gained back my 50 lbs. and all Delamy in 1758: "Does Mary cough at cute Dandruff and stop falling hair? II. captain happened along to ask for 5 Well it won't cost much to sub .:....
No they do not, but Herpicide doeb"beca.use
night? Two or three,snails boiled In rooms. harmony for discord-for the dllaaIotofiunsandkitchenthingsthec! -
the old sick times from coffee left for Now I >
it goes to the root of the evil "But what do believe?" : .
yon asked
her barley water or tea, water, or -
I am in prime health, fine appetite, and sleep like whatever she drinks and kills the germ that attacks the the widow. ; I I
,.might be of great
inpflla< from the hair its .
gets I **0h 11} Even the best sorts-the kind
most anything, replied the j ; v
I. capotain.
service to her. Taken In time, they life I

t a boy. bave done wonderful cures. But Mary Sol! Cahn & CO. Letters from prominent. people "Do. believe -' **:; 9 A most complete line at your St."- .....
you a hell
must know It "
nothing of -London everywhere are daily proving that
There's a Reason for "Sure," was the reply.
Chronicle: Newbro's Herplcids stands for the
"test of "Well," parried the widow, how
I I The Pure Food Store,
The Voice of Experience.: It is a delightful dressing, clear,' many do yon think will go. there? !/Ulmj

Soulful Person-Ah, yes; the Instruction pure and free from oil grease. The captain cautiously remarked that
I Southwest Corner Palafo and Intendencia For W. he thought 20,000 would fair
of the young must Indeed be a delightful [ sale by A. ryAlemberte, be a es 5TRE 1PENSACOLA
Is ltsijot; druggis ,and apothecary, 121 .South timate.
occupaOonr professor '
? The Professor-Yes, madam It is Phones Il 8 Palafox tieet, or send hOc 'in"stanips The widow paused then stated: that
.. not-Woman's Home 'Companion. for sample to The Herpicide Co.. Detroit could come /Twenty: thousintj,.". Ii....."... <...... """' '''=01---=,. -
---- Jlich. :. *5s Setter than! none."., .. -7 __



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MOTHERS, HAVE YOU.:' ,' i I ATTEND. ..... CONVENTIONGood ._ I A Great t White Shoe. Sale I! -=

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SEEN THOSE BOYS' WAISTSAND d Roads Meeting at Tallahassee

'. roKILLED[ BYL1 f
BLOUSES IN OUR Will Be' Attended b by m


SHOW WINDOW-50c AND :,'. ;' ,Andrews Stewart fU We will offer our ,' _' :

75c VALUES-THAT ARE :' ,,- h from Pensacola., & NI.TRAI.N AT T Slippers and Shoes in J tm
CLOSING OUT AT / at the following : : j
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38cStandard <1"'J............'..." ., "j..." COMMISSIONERS DECIDED: TO N $7.00 Slippers, for_____ .5_)J. ... .
: -1--, ;,"..:f i
: : : $1.50 Oxfords and \ !
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Bodies of Young Men Found
-, ,.:' _., I. GOOD RESULTS FROM THE on
$2.00 Oxfords and '
t ,:;: : GATHERINS. Track With Heads Crushed ,. 11fU

: 2.50 Oxfords and '. ilN
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Into Shapeless Mass.

County Commissioners Andrews and 'IIm

Clothing Co: .{jM i ., Stewart, of this county wiU be among I
: ; Item of last
;: those who attend the Good Roads Convention The Mobile following evening $1.50 Oxfords, Leather Heels, for$1.75 __-______- ------------$ J :
container the : ;
-" .- ,. which convenes,in Tallahassee t
on the 19th. The county does not The bodies of two white lads apparently o Oxfords and Gibson Ties for _;-______;____;________$1.39 > 'iro
defray the expenses of the members, sixteen years of age, were N
but inasmuch as the convention is this found dead on the track of the Louis $2.00 Oxfords and Ribbpn Ties, for____________ ________$7.69 j I :, :

S year both being thought hell it well so near to be to Peasacola in 'attend- ville and Nashville road at the Hurricane fU $2.50 Oxfords, in Blucher and Plain_______________1____$2.70 S! I. kj

;-,;.' :,,- .: : ,: ,- ance,possible not only:in to roald'huilding gain all the, experience but to 'The ,heads Ala.,were tank crushed early this into morning.a shapeless ""1' $2.50 Gibson Ties.____________________-____________-_______$2. 19 )"N II" q.:;, .1t4?

give West Florida a. good represen+a- mass, and from the circumstances f''
::-- tion. It is possible-that the road su death, much have been instantaneous.The 1 1ft $1.50 Outing Oxfords, Para Rubber.Soles______________$7.27MEN'S ffi : i
S SAFES SAFES !l' SAFES! SAFES perintendent also!! be in attend :
bodies have been Identified C. tri
fii as
Buy Diebold Safes. T f EXECUtIVE[ ance.Commissioner Andrews,who Is a H. Bustoee and -Webb, of Mobile, ) rlJ ",.i PAt -:.

Scarritt Moreno, Agent. firm believer in conventions of this but further than that the identification -. J" .
nature, in speaking of the matter yes| remains a mastery. J.Y $1.50 Outing Oxfords, Rubber / ____ 05c s..u'
fUro ---:--------------- :+ :
terday said that he had never attended
but one Good Roads ,Convention,I I The discovery was made by the section $2.00 White and Grey Canvas Shoes____________________$7.23 I j ;
White Barber ShopThe COMMITTEEMET [ and that was last year, but the experience -I boss at Hurricane shortly after 5 i .

he had obtainea'' there on road o'clock this morning. The boys were m $2.50 White and Grey Canvas Shoes____________________$7.00 ,,;:,' '.f
white barbers formerly of 35S. ) building had been of vast advantage i ev'i'a'ently' run over by northbound !1ft II "".--C, ..!-. 1.
Pa'afox!' St., are now located at No.s to him in assisting In-,the conduct of I freight train No. 74, .as they were '
E Government St., next to Western the county's work, and he believes that I lying with thedr heads on the tracks, N Here is an opportunity to buy your Hot Weather Shoes, tv. \:- ... r
Union.! county should have representation and several trains after that passed 6\1 ffi .Jp
every. I'over the portion of the body remaining m such as has never been offered you. : lr;;

COTTRELL Commissioner Andrews says that I on the track. Ire Yours for White Shoe Business jy ;
A telegram received at the office of ,
Tallahassee was named as Jthe I ).11; 1"fi
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. place! because it was the desire to l General Yardmaster McCarthy this .= .
Pensacoia Fla. And Declared Result of t the Primary i have it meeteeach year in different morning said that the bodies had been i :-; >t
parts of the state) and that-th com I identified by J. ...A. Huggins as Webb 't'm
WATCHES AND CUT GLASS Election of Last missioners of every county in' West and BusQbee "Mobile, both having A, "
Florida should be in attendance. Road relatives in this city and at Aitmore, 8

W.Something A. Gahlenbeck Swell In, Gold 213 S.Jewelry.Palafox St. Tuesday.A tion building is exhibited machinery(; and of practical every discnp-road Ala One of the dead boys: is :describe as Watson Parker & Reese Co 0fJ )::1;

--- builders are present and make talks] follows: Age 16 years; complexionlight I :

TURTON &. BELL. meeting of the Democratic' Executive uion' the building 'of roads from the ; hair dark; height about 5 feet 6 ,
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. Committee of Escambia Countywas various soils that are available in inches: ; wore black cap name on the ,
Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateur held last night, Chairman R'll/' whatever. section a road is being built. insl:jQto, C. H. Busbee, Mobile, Ala.; had fU Successors toGREEN {.
from all the state on blue suit, with overalls!
presiding and a large number of precincts Cmbmissioners over ; serge oyer rug '
----- being reprebentea'. relate their experiences in making,r]!I same. m fifU
R. K. WHITE i The meeting w-a.sfor the of roads out of whatever material maybe j i The other boy *as about the same & WATSON -:'
purpose hand and from all of this a com'. and height and wore: overalls .
Watchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate I canvassing the returns of the primaryof at age N ..{ ijl '
Optician,30 S. Pualox Street. Pensacoia. Fla. last Tuesday and declaring the missioner can glean considerable There was nothing on him to identifyhim.
I sult. This was done and resolutions! re-: knowledge of road'building.The a aaat caiaa22a 2aaa2a22a222a a a ,;.
local board did not make any The bodies were brought to Mobile
passed instructing the chairman and '
Told appropriation this year as in former this afternoon. .: ,. [-
Tersely secretary to certify the nominees, txf T
the of of I .,.., i:
the party to the County Commissioners years to defray eapenses any WEDDING AT -- A'i i ?:
to be placed upon the official bal- the commissioners but Messrs. Andrews l' l't'
have decided to
c. R. Powell of Milton, is in the lets. in November. and Stewart their DeFUNIAK I Hot Weather
The official count last night showed I make the trip at own expense I ESCAMBIA I ti,,x
tit) on a short visit. : the candidates to have received the I bleieving that it will be money and COURTS

J A. Bryant was among the visitors I following vote: time well spent. Both hope to see :'
from Milton in Pensacola yesterday. For Representative.M. many commissioners from ether counties \ Special to The Journal Laundry Work ; *

"J. F. Mathis-of Holly, was among O. Baggett .. .. ... .. ... .6U in West Florida there, and from (Escambia, June 15.-Misa :Mary .:I I. ,
tie t' business visitors: to the city yes- Chas. M. Coston .. .. .. .. ..7C2II. what they have heard there will be Ten defendants were before the recorder Special To The Journal Raines, daughter of J. H. Raines was ; If you would have laundry i.-i
terrta\ Jacoby . .. .. .. .. ..542 a good representation of the'counties in the municipal court yesterday united in marriage to E. C. Gentry on work that will stand this hot ; .
For Commissioner, District 4. west of the river. morning for trial. Of this number DeFurfak Springs, June 15.-Miss last Monday night, the ceremony being -: weather, you will be careful in <,

Miss Maggie Fischer of Pine Barren A. C. Clopton! .. .* .. .. .. .. ..603 two defendants were discharged, three Elsie Nipe who taught school for tne performed by W. R. Douglas. Over; the selection of your laundry. ,
is the guest of her brother, W. John Wiggins . . .. .424 ynknown' Friends. cases continued, one defendant given last term at Bluff Springs is home forth one hundred relatives and friends of Such weather is the true test of '
A. Fischer. As shown by the above vote, Coston There are many people who have a sentence of thirty days and fines I the contracting parties were in atten-I. a laundry. Our collars and : ;
Brpnton News: C. L. Brawner and received 121 more votes than Baggett, used Chamberlain's Colic Cholera! amounting to $63 imposed.' summer. dance. A sumptuous wedding feast shirts stand the hot weather in
and Diarrhoea Remedy with splend'd I II Mr. and Mrs. O. Rogers and Mrs. after the I a most satisfactory manner. Let .
, family have removed from Castleberr while the latter had a majority of 99 I Naval Court Martial was served ceremony.The ; Z
to Pensacoia. over Jacoby. For county commissioner results, but who are unknown be- The naval court martial for the trial Carden are taking an outing at Des'ia.Harry .. bride was beautiful in a gownof us call for yours. :
Olopton's majority was 179 over cause they have hesitated about 'giv- !I of Sergeant J. A. Kennedy, U. S. M. Murry is home from a business white organide draped with lace
W. C. McLaughlin, one of the Wiggins. ing a testimonial of their experiencefor 'C., on the charges of larceny and as- trip through Alabama. and ribbon, while the groom wore the i The Star Steam <
prominent citizens of Florala was publication. These people, how- .
The committee decided to defer filling conventional black. i
sault with intent to murder, convened busy t'
here yesterday on business. the vacancy of representative from ever, are none the less friends of this at the yard yesterday morning.Jas. Hoyt and Thalimer are very The bridesmaids were :Miss Ella: Laundry. '" :' ;
No. 19 '. the deathof remedy. They have done much toward navy building a large addition +o Mrs. Mc- Raines, sister of the bride and Miss. 1
Thns. W. Griffith, af Bonlfay. was precinct cause?! by .. R. Landrum, counsel for the accused a .
A. J. Filllngim until next meeting. maKing it a household( wora oy Caskill's residence. She is at Freeport Dora Morgan and the best man was
greeting his many friends in the city announced to the court jis S7 atrOen St. Phone 114. Ii}:
yesterday, being here on business.The their personal recommendations to withdrawal from the case. Lieut. C. while the work is being done. C. H. Gentry, a brother of the groom,_ Penwcola Flu. 't.!; ,4,
friends and neighbors. It is a good I .
B. Voge, U. S. M. C., is acting as is teaching of Bluff Springs. Jesse Reynolds of :. -!
Miss Grace Tappan away -
fishing schooner Clara M. Lit- PRISONERS GO medicine to have in the home and is Georgia, was also an attendant. I '- I'.1
judge advocate and conducting the
Held! of the fleet of Saunders & Co.,! widely known for its cures of diar- : school at Basin and :Miss Gussle I The happy couple received many I ._ =
irrued In port yesterday with a catch rhoea and all forms of bowel trouble. prosecution. Storrs is also away teaching. The I beautiful and useful presents. ;
'f f 700 snappers. TO OCALA CAMP. For sale by all druggists. New Suit Filed. girls studied very hard through the BOSSO'S ;: f fIce '
The following suit filed .
new was
D. C, Williams a valued employee and at began teaching as' Barefooted Waiting )laid la Japan .
(Demonstration of Coffee. yesterday in the office of the clerk of year
01 t the Stearns & Culver Lumber Co., school closed. I Unless there are ladies among the
oi Bagdad Is in Extra West Viriginia, JAKE WILLIAMS AND TOM GRICE. At the Watson, Parker & ReeseCompany's the circuit court: soon Turner is putting in a skating guests the wife and daughters of the Cream r
store for the week begin- Consolidated Grocery Co., a corpora- Factory
an a well-earned vacation with relatives host do not appear at dinner in Japan. i
June IS. The of ton: Kidwell Bros., & Co., First I ,
living there.A TAKEN THERE BY AGENT nIng Monday, ladies vs. rink.The city fathers are putting a nice Before the meal begins it is customary I .
'IPensaco'a' and vicinity are respect- National Bank garnishee. Assumpsit can furnish you cream in ; : :
Park. Thf for them small .
wire fence aroun'j!' Cypress yare to bring cups of tea >
large crowd visited the life saving BRIDGES TO SERVE fully invited to call at the above men- damages, $800.T. effort toward and I any quantity. Satisfaction I t
also making some dainty confectionery, when they '
'tanon on the Monarch excursion yea tioned store and try a cup of the fam- needed,I guaranteed. .
tetday. TERMS. : A. water works which are much take their survey of the party. If gen t '
deli&ouscakes P.
Dancing and surf bathing ous "Delito" coffee. *ith Adjourns. ,
way Indulged in, and'all the excursion free.. Buffalo, N. Y.. June 15.-The Travel- and are !getting ready for. the erectionof tlemen only are present the Japanese PHONE 1326 :f. :
l t.s report a jolly good time. 2t THE LEWIS BEAR CO. ers' Protective Association adjournedlate a new school house.Prof. Tallahassee I hostess disappears after the greeting I SAM BOSSO Prop.COFFEE. .Tr ;
last meet Norfolk Bbutelle left for I Is over and does not return until the
night to at ,
Customs \ Agent Bridges, representing the of school work through the I '1 '
Inspector } Bonifay term
Publisher Dies Suddenly.New Va., during the Jamestown exposition, for a i guests are taking their depart re. Ata
eta: leave this' lessees of state convicts, left Thursday i I
( 'morning.for: the quarantine night having in his custody two York June 15.- \ special to summer.Mr.. R. and his good wife I signal from the host barefooted wait-I I
station where he will relieve E. Sprague
Inspector F. E. Washin'gton; who has prisoners, who had been in the county the Times from Cambridge, Mass., HOUSEKEEPING IN CHINA. have gone to Broadhead, Wis., for a; ing maids, dressed in graceful and prettily ::7:7We
been on duty there for several months. jail waiting to go to the camps. The says that H. O. Houghton, of the pub- short visit. : tinted kimonos, bring in lacquer ; .
convicts, both of whom are colored, lishing firm of Houghton, Mifflin & Th choir of the Baptist church is I tray, bearing tiny covered bowls. Be-
Mrs Emily Hayne, who has been v/ill serve'theIr sentences at the camp Company died suddenly last night at "Keeping:house in China is.delightful I to give; a fine concert next Tuesday fore setting the trays on the table the
visiting friends and relatives in Jetul-, at Ocala. I his home. said the wife of an American night. maids sink gracefully to their knees are the Pioneer I

ama Cal, for several months, has returned One is Tom Grice, the negro buy. army officer who has just returned -' The children's day service at the M. and bend forward till their foreheads Coffee Roasters of
home. She was In California who was convicted of the mura'er of from the far east. "We- had E. church Sunday was very del:.ghtfull touch the floor. Then they serve din I ,
during the earthquake, but was about Leon Hicks, and sentenced to be results. There West Florida. ,
a lovely little house in Tientsin. and satisfactory as to II ner, which is of several courses.Smith's .- .
one hundred miles from San Francis- hanged, but whose sentence was re is always joy in a children's servie. ,
"The Best is What We Sell There hear talk about Weekly.A
>o, never
so felt the) shock only slfghtly. Brow- you any
cently commuted by Governor Rev. J. E. Nortbcut of the Methodist : .
Chief W R. Backer: of the fire detriment ard to life imprisonment. The otheris the servant problem, and you don'tbave church south is in Pensacola this Lively Paper Cutter "
who, with his family has 'Uake Williams, who'twill serve 18 to keep a continual watch on week attending the Epraorth: : League Here is a little story which the Eng- McHUCH'SBLENDB .
teen months for grand larceny. He pleaded the 'want' columns of the I Convention. .
spending a vacation of fifteen newspa-
lish papers tell and any one te i at liberty -
before Cool
*)'s up the guilty recently Judge Beggs for fear hired will
sound fishing, has return- girl
pers your
received the sentence.. Williams to believe if he will. No affidavits!
M pleasant to: the city The party had a most had and just served a term of one.year in leave you suddenly." The truth is, I go with it. When Lord Dnfferin was have no equal. Atria!

his trip.duties Chief at Bicker will reSume the county Jail: and had been at liberty however, that jour "hired girl" is r viceroy of India the maharajah of In- will convince the connoisseur i
once. only two days when he stole a really a boy, for very few Chinese dor paid him a visit and asked as a

If you'\e never given your desserts Panama hat, arn1'was again arrested. I and women do any work outside of their 1 K Your Children i memento an Ivory paper cutter belong that we

'le famous "Blue Ribbon Flavor"'here's OF LIEUT. I II I own homes. Instead boys, ranging I I ing to Lard Dafferln. He consented, make no extravagant
a treat in store for Ask SENTENCE I the Indian left, and the viceroy never
take -
you.: I from ten to eighteen ,
ror Blue until months later when claims.
him some
Rbbon: Vanilla, and say it their places and make simply ideal saw '. .
;ain. the maharajah introduced a fine young
Aaaoclated Press. [ servants. They may be hired for elephant iato the room. A pile of newsf i!
NOTICE. Washington, June 15.-(President I Refreshingf almost nothing, so that most for Cream' I IVo'hy papers lay at Lord Dufferin's side. The Wholesale and RetailGROCERS

The bricklayers have moved to the Roosevelt has commuted the sentence I eigners have anywhere from six to the I animal went up to them cut them-
od! Lieutenant Lanier Craves of not let them eat
of First
armory building. Special meeting I f eight employees about, the house. that is made neatly with his tusks, which had been
who was sentencedto cre'am
tuesday the artillery corps ice I
are requested night,to June 19. All members, dismissal by court-martial for duplication Grape Juice Splits I One of-these is promoted to the position from pure, thick, rich Jer- purposely sharpened, and laid them in

W. come. of pay accounts. Upon the recommendation I of "butler," and he is the only sey cream, which is not a neat heap on the floor ready. for pe
L. VERMILLON President, of the secretary of war This is a :fine drink sor the I II one with whom you have any direct only absolutely pure,but rusal. and all kinds of Feed
the president changed the sentence to summer and very healthful too. wholesome as well Sent
All orders to him
I dealings. your go I of "Chauffeur."*
reduction to the foot'of the list of first I lOc bottle or..... ..51.00 dozen to jour home well packed
lieutenants of the artillery corps. Lime Juice ... .... .50c bottle which certainly simplifies the housekeeping I I in sanitary vessels. There were chauffeurs long. before ,
I for the mistress. This but- tells that
Welch Juice..30c bottle automobiles. History us
Grape QUART J j.
Steamer MonarchWill How to Break\ Up a Cold. I Fruit Syrups (for ler is the responsible head of the I HAVE A about the year 1795 men strangely accoutered Water

It may be a surpr'.ss! to many to ades) .. .. ....30c,bottle domestic staff and can be depended their faces covered With soot :
learn that a severe, cold can be com Blackberry Brandy ..40c bottleROSENAU&GERELDS upon to. take care of everything and I and their eyes carefully disguised, en-
Make Two Trips'to pletely broken up in one or two days' to get the amount of workout COFFEE, tered by night farms and lonely habitations ,, ,
time. The first symptoms of a cold proper and committed all sorts of dep. Wholesale and Retail,
; of the other servants.-Interior and Rolls every
are a dry loud cough, a profuse .. Hot Biscuits redations. They garroted their victims
watery discharge from the nose anda Decoration. morning at 5 o'clock. dragged them before a great fire,
LIFE SAVING STATION thin, white coatingon the tongue where they burned the soles; of their Co
New Grocery
When! Chamberlain's cough remedy Is A LadY Bountiful.TrampTKln
feet and demanded Information as to .
taken every hour on the first appearance you give a poor feller a the whereabouts of their and .
SUNDAY of these: symptoms. It counteracts The Fancy Grocers, : cold bite mum? Housewife Yes. On. Kandy Kitchen Cafe. Jewels; hence they were called money"chauf ,
the effect of the cold and restoresthe out you11 find some icicles Jas. McHugh
Boat Leaves 10 and'3 your way Phone 999 feurs." a name which frightened so 1
a. m. p,m system to a' healthy condition Phone 391. !"nsaco a. I on the gate*--Woman's Home Companion. I 104 S. Palafox.
within a dayor two. For sale by all 'l : much our good grandD1others.I'arfsFI Phone 105. Proprietor

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too red or because It was not ,red I So many persons have weak:hair, NOTICE 1---
enough ,or because he pronounced I Sunny ; I lifeless hair,hair that falls out,splits

V 1e: Jtnjitola JontnalI "r-o-u-t-e"' "root" or "rowt* In' 'any .- e L P at the ends, keeps rough and uneven. State and County Tax
case the member woula'! have' no appeal Such hair needs help. The :roots
from the decision. ,
a-_ The hair becomes
WL JJjfjrffL LU J But while the Senate is not fettered's Hair Vigor.
in its powers, it Is restricted in its stops falling out, keeps. soft and smooth. Just feed I: will commence June 20iij

DAILY.. WEEKLY.: SUNDAY. rights by the laws prescribing With are be satisfied with it. Lowen J.C.AnrCo.Man.. : to-make up my list for pubi:

and who are not eliglMe.' The Senate J
cation of
; PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY has the ptxwer but not the right to declare all unpaid taxes for;

...BY... vacant the seat of, any man who .... .............................. the year 1905 on real estate,
/ was eligible and duly elected. It has
the power but not the right to eXliei ( I Pay your taxes at once and

:THE JOURNAL; COMPANY. a member who, during; his term of i NOTHING f save the cost of advertising

office has not I,>)een. guilty of any of- S.
-U- -U- stun J t flL ThWL t.Lr t fl
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FRANK L. MAYES, President and General Manger.UYUnnnntuvuuvvut1nn1.nJnnJw ,fense.Mr. Smoot is charged with,being one 'i I II I State and County Tax Collector

-- of a 'stf perpetuating body df men 1.
nrJJ- 4uLflJtW t7flrLrrL- tflJL J'flLtJ'
I claiming divine authority and controlling -
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. a state.It is stated that these
' men encourage -polygamy. As to all ity of the furniture we sell. It is best that : Escambia Pressing Clot)
-- _
T --u.n mr-u- rn-.i-'s JmrLtJ 1AflfW this, evidence was-conflicting, but the an buy, and, we believe, the best of both quality .
and with If von have.a house to furnish. or a spare Drying Cleaning and P, -- 1tgentlemen's
; SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Senate is the jury to decide
its .tfaislon of the facts we will find no .'. want a single! piece of furniture for any part of i and ladies' CO'h! ) -.,- JJ:
One Year..5 00 Ono Month........ .......... .5 fault. But all this true or office, we believe you will,find just what you rates only $1.00 per month ,

Six Mouths..2 50 One Week....... ......... 10 where Is the admitting law which makes 'sucha -Mrs. Wise require here, and at prices that mean a sav- for and deliver all work. \ $'

: Three Months..... ....... 125 Week! Edition per year.l Ot man ineligible?. Nothing Is more church this .OU. Aat any evnt, we invite inspection before. Intendencia.

uU-j -rJwv.The .- dangerous than this spirit whicn make a Then, too our : WALTER MAULTON & CO.. p"OCs.

Only Pensacola Newspaper From ,Which a Detailed ,prompts the assuming-, laws to fit Mr. Wise ( Selix's Old Stand.
cases after the case have already de Mrs. ; -
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. veloped-assuming l lkw, that
exist! hat to make .
I Marine
CtVMWnJu1J1MuVLnJw StJWLJttJW W WL1 t W.flJtfl.ftflSL \ Grocery Co.
'K a legislator of Utah, acting in the son's.The. on tha same footing as to ownership.

L Officei, 108 and 110 Eut'' Papers on Sale on Trains legal way may elect a senator duly with but little money can have furniture same : 604, 605 S. Palafox S'.
Government. qualified: and he may be refused his with plenty of money. Just a few dollars is' Phone
F and at all News Stands 725.
seat, why many not a senator from need to get what you want. You can pay for i
r 1 __-* iaPrsAOoLA ____- -- -_ _.1 Florida be treated In the same way? get while using it. V. J. VIDAL, Manager.We .

What becomes! the rights of the carry a full line of Impn ..
: a-
FLORIDA, SATU RDAY XOR. .IXG. JUNE 16/1906 states or the' freedom of the-people! I Domestic qroceries and PK. .e.

No one denies that S nator Smoot & We .
want patronageGULF
personally is of spotless 'character.The J

Senator Mallory's Effort 'Imposed upon the unlicensed gun- only fault found with him 'is his -.' : Phone 148 : =
loter.No. associations 'that by a body that still : ; CITY COFFEE
for Survey Everglades*. possible excuse could then be holds, Platt, Depew and : Bulkeley CO,
urged for being found armed without its members.If .
Senator Mallory has introduced aJoint having first obtained a license, hence among Senator unchallenged Smoot is! unjustly deprived I Roasters, Blenders and Shippers of!
resolution directing the secretaryof there would be none of that consideration I in the city of Pensacola, Florida.
of his seat, this injustice is to ents
agriculture to cause a survey of for the offender which so oftenat in Article 2.
one man. If Utah is deprived part businessto Fine CoffeesOUR
The of
general nature the
the Everglades! of Florida to ,determine present results in his escaping punishment of her representation this injustice is GIVEN. that.

feasibility and cost of drainIng The law will then say in to one state. But if popular clamorcan 1906 applica- be transacted by said corporation! COFFEES ARE SOLD BY AU
shall be the doing of electric and machine -
effect: "If you wish to go armed jon the of law in the at- Curry GROCERS. GIVE THEM .
supply place : i A TR.Au
said Everglades, and for other may I op so by taking out a license and I work of all kinds, the buyingand i iI !
tack and one Griffin to
on one man
I> rposes. The resolution is as follows -having your name inscribed on the license state why m&y It, not assail another c.t of Florida I[I selling of electric supplies, and I
light machinery of all kinds. the buy electric light and for _
: register, where all can know it man and another slate and still others them un : power 2 :
and be prepared for you. It you are ing and selling of such other goods,! use.
Resolved by the Senate and': House until law is ignored liberty overthrown CURRY!
of Representatives of the United found with a-,pistol and .without a license and all respect for human Bdgh I charter for! wares and merchandise of e'ery description 1 3. The amount of cap a'
' the is that I as the Board of Directors shall be One Thousand .
presumption! you area /
sr&n States of America in Congress assembled rights blotted out? like so much: been filed as:
1 criminal." It would far easierto determine, and the doing of all divided into -.
be may
of which is ($1000.00)), on ::1 i
Lf That the Secretary be, and he is I 'The Dull :
'r enforce the law under such condi- .....a work and the exercise of all powers ((100) shares of Ten Dollars' i j'
hereby, authorized and directed to, ing to think :
the ofi tions for it would leave absolutely no as may be necessary, incidental, or each, payable: in lawful mOM, f'-
cause a survey of Everglades I about, don't J. R. OUT-
I excuse to the unlicensed pistol toter, convenient to the purposes or businesses United /States.
Florida to be made, with a view to as- # TIME TO CLEAN UP. do
, certainlpg and determining the feasibility 1 1 while the number who would take out # for letters of the comoration. 4. The said corporation:i <>x st
licenses and thereby be willing to be Article 3. for ninety-nine (99) years
and probable cost at reclaimingand 7 Mdbils Item. % and
our asso-
draining said Everglades for agricultural known as professional pistol toters the laws of The capital stock of this corporation : 5. The business of the CV pn !

: purposes, .antf also to cause, would be comparatively few. -** :: the follow shall be Five Thousand; ((15000) to: be conducted by a Presidt n". \
an examination of:the soil in said ) Dollars, to be divided into fifty shares I President! and a Secretary an ...

i Everglades with a view to determining The Supreme Court of North Carolina of one hundred dollars each. All of i urer, and a Board of six ('*h) I H.> -

r its quality and adaptability and proba- held, la the case of Mayers vs. corporation is said stock shall be paid for in cash! The Directors shall be elector

Llfc productiveness when reclaimed : McRlmmon that the facing of the Fever reports are beginning to showup and I at par, subject to, the call of the Board I! ly at a meeting of the t;>tov'->,, .
and devoted to agricultural purposes.Sec. draft as is usual at this time of the is the of Directors (';l ept that Fourteen' on the first Tuesday in .Jai ..
of the of a on tb3 '
2. That the sum of ten thou- name payee year, and the pulbilc/! at once begins to County, Hundred Dollars of said stock may be I each year, and the director- '

- sand dollars be, and is hereby, appropriated -back thereof with: a rubber stamp by a ask: "What is being done to put the : paid for in the personal property be- shall elect on the same da, \ ::

L out of any money in the person having authority to do so, and city in good sanitary condition?" It of the busi- longing to the Pensacola Electric dent, a Vice-President and a S' ,
. Treasury not otherwise appropriated, with intent to Indorse the instrument, tha said cor Company which is now jointly ownedby and Treasurer. Until the n'-'

- for the purpose of carrying out the requirements -constitutes a valid indorsement, and Is a question of vital importance :and on, at Pen- said incorporators, and the value of tion John C. Avery shall bt: I 1' ,

of this resolution, and that the I sanitary work should not be delayei the business which said personal property is hereby A. A. Ericson shall be V'tr' l, ,
that the indorsement of a draft does
i said sum of ten thousand dollars. : The city has been carrying on dealer in agreed by and between said incor- and E. C. Melvin shall b< -

::- or so much thereof as may be-neceseary -I not prove itself, but must be estafci -: this work in a way limited to tha the opera- porators to be Fourteen Hundred Del, and Treasurer, and these j't : ", '
be reserved from the sales of i lished by :proper testimony. : mill, the lars. Frank
:,> revenues at hand for this work. But gether with D. A. R u i
'. Ji public lands in the State of Florida I' upon con Article 4. | and A. Eliasburg, shall con- ,
and paid Into the Treasury It Is said that Oklahoma "went something more is needed than official and the: The term for which this corporation Board of directors.

I' '_ of the United States' in lieu wild" when the news reached there action. To be properly carried cut or con shall exist shall 'be Ninety Nine (99) 6. The highest amount 01 i

of any portion of the ten thousand that the house had passed the joint and successfully maintained throughcut ,! af resai !' years from the date of the Letters I ness or liability to which th '

I'. dollars herdby( appropriated for thepurposes statehood bill. Wasn't a great jour the summer, cu-op?rat1on on the Dollars stock Patent. I tion can at any time subject .:= :,
designated by this resolu- I Article 5. Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,01)''
judging from the occasional reports part of the citizens is necessary, not b ( into one
tion. ney The officers of .
s I I' this corporation shall 7. The names and residences > :
-t4 Sec. 3. That the Secretary of from that section. only for the purpose of supplementing "I always I ( of the par! be a President, a Vice-President and subscribers and the amount of -

1iUI :Agriculture at as early a day as possible financially the city's work, but also in "Some Dollars' be General Mana'ger, a Secretary and subscribed for by each are as foil] .
I ch is to
report the result of said ,surveys, A woman has been granted a divorce arousing healthy public sentiment, trials, d n't- ( Treasurer'and" ."a. ,Board. of three (3) A. A. Ericson Selma, Alabama
: with such recommendations as he may In California on the ground that as was done by the citizens sanitary Directors.: ." shares.

tMnk proper to make. Iier husband is a consumptive. South committee last year. Some neighbors, s'I the said( Said officers shall be elected at the John C. Avery, Pensacola, Fin:
naturally clean about s'H. is the period I annual meeting of said
keep things
;j This is a very proper effort and Dakota had best look well to her corporationto 15 shares.
their premises, but unfortunately all ( ; be held 'in the City of Pensacolaon E. C. Melvin. Selma, Alabani
there to be no gooa'! reason I
appears laurels as the divorce center.
are not inclined this way. The thing the corpora the third Wednesday of July of shares.

1 why it should not prevail. The government then to do is to bring public pressureto ( by a Presi, each year. Until the first election the D. A. 'Frank, Selma, Alaban,,"

Ic i is spending millions of dollars bear, both by example and by per. and a Secre- officers of the corporation shall be: shares.

in reclamation, by irrigation, the I suation to prevail upon the delin- a Boar('' of Wt T. Bidwelll! President; Jackson R. Richard: Selma, Alaham
to hands with others to ,' 2tI ( ) he elected at Brandon
, arid lands of the west and there is VOX POPULINEGRO quents 'I Vice-president and General shares.
the shodtf i keep the city clean throughout the I 111 of the Manager; John Massey, Secretary and A. Eliasburg, Selma, Alahan i ,
no reason why government
It 1 the the first
summer months. is to hoped on Treasurer; and the said named officers shares.
rot with equal propriety spend a portkin -I H citizens, who did such good work last of each year. shall constitute the Board of Direc- (Signed) A. A. ER'O N

of the money in reclaiming the: year,, will renew their W9rk this year, the officers tors. ] (Signed) JNO. C At}1:1\t: :
Everglades. HOODLUMISM. begin it early and keep it forging business of Article 6. (Signed) E. C. MELVIN,
I Editor Pensacola Journal: ahea to the end, as well, if not bet- 1 I be, :Marion The highest amount of indebtedness (Signed) D. A. FRANK

; Tincess Alice" is doing stunts I wish to call attention to a new ter, than they; did last year. It is: not Lii4't' \ Outlaw, Vice ; or liability to which this corpora. (Sfgned) R. RICHAKI''
. 'I form of hoodlumism which is even necessary to go into the outlying districts Secre! I tion can at time
, the nobility. Wbnder if Nick any subject itself (Signed) A. ELJAcBUW( !( ,
among 'worse than the cowardly attack upon of the city to look for places f three in shall be the sum of Five Thousand -

has wupled onto a title yet? Miss White. that should be cleaned up and kepi ] the Board ((5000) Dollars. STATE> OF FLORIDA.

On Sunday evening about & o'clock, clean; they can be found in the best !'Article 7. COUNTY OF ESOAMBIA

II License and Badges noticed five or six -negro lads and built up districts. Whether or not \ of indebt The names and residences of the Personally before the w "1
young men who were gathered on the provisions have been made for the cor i -
,. any ( /) subscribers for stock in this appeared A. A. Ericson Jo,r, ', "
- for Pistol Toters. sidewalk at the eastern corner of theY screening work, or whether any such subject it- tion, and the amounts of corpora-I each of whom acknowledg ''I i -
!1. C. A. building. The street isI work is In contemplation! is not 2. Dol scribed by each -
are as
have "been advanced forE ture to the foregoing instan'that ::
Many plans
I dark there, being shaded by trees on has (
definitely known but the work "riow deaf : W. T. Bidwell Pensacola, Florida i iI .
4 : the is his act awl! :
i, ppr ssing the pistol "toter" but the both sides. They whispered togetherand had the attention of the authorities of "Yes; I residences of I Twenty-nine (29) shares. IN WTNESS same! WHEREOF 1 )
several of them crossed the street Pensacola and New Orleans. These! amount of
of far
solution the problem seems as use an ear Jackson\ Brandon, Pensacola, Florida hereunto set my hand and! ;1ff\\\ -'
and seemed to be busy about something who are experts in sanitation might each are as
j distant as when the original plan was himself.: Seventeen ((17) shares. official seal this 4th day ot I I.:' \
which I could not understand. take the work up, if they are of the John Massey,' Pensacola
In the Louisiana General Florida D.
xoposed. Presently they all gathered behind the opinion that it ought to be done, and Georgia Four ((4) shares. 1906.Signed *' '
AssemWy, a bill have been introduced corner of the'building and waited. In sugg5t the best methods for carryingit ---. !Signed: (/ ) 'E. R. BURGO; : \: '

providing! that those who dtesire to go' a few minutes two men passed down out. There are other features Georgia, 10 W. T. (Seal) Not.m y.
about armed shall procure s license on the other side and as they came which can he 'best placed before the JACKSON BRANDON: :My commission expires Oct 17

opposite there was a crash, and a large people by an active organization of Florida -
:- end wear a badge and the New Orleans JNO. MASSEY.: ,
stone fell (fortunately) Just in frontof the citizens representing the varied interests j
States has the following to CURRY, COUNTY OF DALLAS
I' them, while the perpetrators ran of the city and co-operating State of Florida .
on the subject: off around the building and made their with the city government in the work, W, Escambia County. Personally before the unrt' -

A: bill has been introduced in the I escape. From the sound, I think it with the ulterior view of securing GRIFFIN. I Before me, a notary appeared A. Eias: urg. D. A fr '
; public in and Richard and E. C Melvin. e-!
General Assembly exacting a license would have severely injured the perSons proper enforcements. of the sanitaryregulations. for the
State of Florida
I undersigned! personally whom his '. 1
I from pistol "toters and requiring if they had been struck. but 4' W. T. Bidwell appeared acknowledged signa
: : J'' R. Outlaw Jackson'Bran-. the foregoing instrument and tt ,
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aluminum fortunately trap was a moment -
. them when armed to wear sprung I don and John Massey
to to to me well
too soon. SUNSET MAOOIN'E.SUBSC.RI.BERS me same is his act and
badges conspicuously' upon their coats. known
be the individuals
The suggestion. of a license strikes us Last night the attempt was repeat. Wlard( has been received from the r and ac. ed in and who executed de&crib- IN WBTN'ESS WHEREOF 1
ed by the same or a similar crowd. li to 'be their foregoing hereunto set my hand; and affi\
as being a good one, for it wotfld to publishers of Sunset Magazine that is Articles of Incorporation- "
several- n.
a certain extent check the evil -prac- They secured a large rock and were part of their subscription lists were foregoing ly acknowledged before official seal this 5th day of Jun >
the and me
tice of gun toting and at the same in the aCt of suspending it, when .a lost in the recent San Francisco fire. uses thereof for the the execution 1S06.

e time bring revenue to the state. member of' my household who had Subscribers residing ,in this state may therein expressed uses and purposes. (Signed) R. P. ANDERSONSeal
:! I have
The provision embodying/ the badge been out watching them called out receive the balance of the issues still In Witness Whereof ( ) Notary i iMy

feature would doubtless defeat the that if they did not go away she would due if they send a copy of their receipt affixed my I set I have hereunto commission expires Augu ,
of June A hand
1 my
p : and affixed
official -
: very purpose of the law for rather telephone for a policeman, upon which or part of the .wrapper used in seal, this 31st
about ] they hurried away and did day of May, .A. D.. STATE OF FLORIDA.COUNTY .
than go wearing a bad'ge: proclaiming not re mailing a previous issue or if they "E,, 1906. '
themselves to be armed, the I turn.I furnish any other evidence which the (Seal OF .3CMl' IA. .
Public. \\1M. R. 'J
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majority of pistol toters would violate, make this matter public that citi publishers can consistently"accept.. QU1NANotary Personally before the un"! '
"Is the 17 1908.
' the law as they do now. Nobody: zens and especially the police may Sunset Magazine is temporarily locat. My Public. appeared A. A. Ericson, John t'

would wear such a badge, and at the be on the alert to prevent such murderous ed in the Ferry Building San Francis get some 1908.commission 'expires. January 16, who being sworn says each fo: ;
"He's in, (322) -
same time the practice: of going armed attacks and arrest the wrongdoers -' co, California. Twenty Two I that it is intended in good t .
k i would not be interfered with to any if possible. construct maintain and op : i'
U' great: extent. if at all. The license Wk R ANDERSON.THESMOOTCASE. IS HEREBY GIVEN that' railroad mentioned in the .'
. A PESSIMIST'S! for Let- on the 7th dar of .
w plan would be more, effective, for I if a QUESTIONS. July, A. D., 1906, application posed charter. .
person were required to pay a reason- .Hft will be made by A. A. :ERIC (''Signed) A. A. ER' -
Why I Is It that .a. that the un- SON, E. 'C. MELVIN D. A. FRANK '
able sum to the proper authority for, cleaning of windows (Signed) JNO. C. \ ;
the priviledge of carrying a gun many, '$1 is the signal for a rainstorm? the Governor R. RICHARD. AJ ELIASBURG: and Sworn to and subscribed r" "

who now violate the law with impun. if Why Is John always late the night the on the 5th JOHN.C. AVERT, to the Governor of this 4th day of June, A. D., 1 ',

i ity and never get, prosecuted for it +: Uacksonville Times-Union. $ cook is out and -visitors are expected or as soon the State of Florida, for a charter In- (Signed) E. R. BURG "' "

would be willing! to stand the tax. a In the evening may be heard corporating them under the style of (Seal) No,.: :, ;' 'v.
There are times and' circumstancesunder II-HH. -I.- DHIoHSH. And why oh," why 'do visitors always in ac ER COMPANY, under a charter! for STATE OF ALABAMA,
which the best disposed men \ '
come the. one afternoon la the Florida, un. which application has been fPed!' .
decision as required OOUNTY; OF DALLAS'
:- ire almost required by the necessities 'The of '
the committee in the week when la Charter-
one not dreu d to receive by law, a copy of which is as 1
: of the case -violate the law against case of Senator Smoot was made after] them? now on file In follows: Personally before the unrf- -

;:c1 tarrying concealed weapOn The very further delay was well nigh 'impossible of State of 1. The appeared A. Elia&burg, D. A. F-
Why does a woman think she has so name the corporation C. Melvin R. Richard, Vi' !
law and
1 inflexibility of the existing occasionally We predict that action on it will 1 shall be ,
- c1I compels Its violation by the also be delayed as long as possible. much better |taste than her richer kLt & POWER PENSACOLA SHORE lANE sworn says each for himself tna-

i$ : most law-abiding citizens, and that Senator, Smoo't'. term will expire neighbor If elje but Ltd as much money : BRANDON, place COMPANY of !business, and its:; principal -Intended in good faith to coi'

,It fact encourages evil disposed persons March; 4,- 1909.. I to gratify it' ? Florida. Pensacola, maintain and operate the : >

4lUi to violate without excuse or provo. Whatever the decision may be the Why Is It that a leak In the pipe la Pensacola 2. The general mentioned in the within p' <
,Jp cation.: If a law should be enacted imposing Senate will act entirely within its! always discovered Saturday'afternoon, ", ; shall be to build of the business charter.
own and .
_a license for,carrying ,weapons powers. By the constitution each! _When a plumber cannot be found until : a railroad operate (Signed) A. ELIASB
concealed about the:person, and making House Is the judge of the "election, returns Monday ? by" steam, electricity or (Signed) D. A. FRAN;:
I. other
$ it prima, fade evidence of an Intent and the_ qualification of Its own !It : shall power, for the carriage of freight (Signed) E. C. MBI.v) :
Why is it that when one baa made a Company; and passengers In' the County of Es ,
to commit crime when an un- m m'bers. ,In this case the Senate W d.GiadIY (Sgned) R. RICHAK
j licenced person is found carrying a Is the sole judge and It is not hampered purchase one sees ten minutes later u in the cambia, State' ( Florida;' said railroad Sworn to and subscribed b. .
gun, the evil would be greatly abated. by any'other law than its own something else,which would have been stared so you at other States to extend from:the City of Pensacola, this 5th day of June, A. D., 14< -

t addition, of course a heavy penal will. .Jt..could declare the seat of a better or cheaper or more becoming?- "I'm of America in a Northwesterly direction to the (Signed) R. P. ANDE ',-
1 ; ty' ioctadlac imprisonment, should be member vacant because !his head was Philadelphia Ledger. sorry desirable and Alabama State -Line, and to fee 'about (Seal) Notarr ;'-
Mm ten dolla
shall be fifty (sO) miles. in length; and to supply 9Juneoa.w4w.

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Ethel-Nonsense! ,,. -, 1 _, .d
Phoebe-Oh, yea she la. She hasuiever yet made a round of the links with I Ii 1 U1 li Mt ELF AND M t/0r 4j%" F. 1 \
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(rH7TtU j I INFORMATION WANTED."Boss Somewhat Painful.We .

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/.{ hUl : ," began the young colored man "Mebbe dey don't, Bah, but dey should. all saw that the woman who got on
as he hesitatingly approached the policeman I We am pay In' de old man Jones three dol-
the car had been weeping, and we all saw a
on the corner, "would you mind lars a yearfur leadin' de church quire,
givln' me a leetle Information" the tears start afresh after she had got

I l IlV! "What about?"' was the query. seated but only one man among the twelve
tl'4br -
'Bout Decoration Day, sab" rlNI thought to console her. He was an elderlyman

I "Well, what do you want to know afl with a kind face, and after'che had
about It 1""What's p' I I II
wept for a while, he said:
de njeanln' of It, sah-why do 4+ d
"Madam, this is a day of sorrow for us / Nli Nk
dey hold it? De old man Jones says It's (
( 'cause de June bugs am comin', and de I all"
C old man White says it's 'cause Easter "I'm sure It !Is for me, sir," she replied.

Sunday was so cold, and I wants to find 0 "Was it a husband, son or brother?" : : I'
I I out de truth." 6 ,
1 I ( Ia' 4 "It's my husband, sir.
) "Have you ever heard about, the war "Too bad-too bad. Every battle during

we had in this country 40 years ago?" those dark years made thousands of I THREE 1FOUR.

I I asked the officer r widows. Pray heaven this country will

"Heap o' times, sah." yriLi I never lee another war like it. You have UESE PeLT rNEDC" .
"A good many men were killed, and on AM SORE
this day we decorate their graves with ES
flags and flowers to show that we still
remember them."

1 "I see, sah. Am dat all dar am to it?"
"Yes, that's all.
1 "No June bugs or Easter Sunday'?

"Of course not." .
c HILbA "Den, sah," continued the young man
as he began to look dangerous "de old I
man Jones and de old man White has

,', .. simply went and tooken advantage my i I lr
innocence, and you hear me, sah, when I "What' de mean In' of It, .*hl' t 1byr
I ... i iI particularate! dat I shall see boat of 'em I I ,
: I widin an hour from dis, and if I don't I
I and de old man .White two dollars a year I I r1
elminate de erentuate and cause a general \
for keepin dawgs outer de meetin'houseon
recuperation around delr cabins den my ami It
Sundays, and It delr. business to
r cognomen" am not Julius Caesar Packen- know. Fo' de Lawd, but 'sposen dey had I&
\ f 1t( ham! told me jdat it was second April Fool Day, "\ 'ifII.'J
"I wouldn't be too hard on them," said and*I had come across a hat in de road I"t
I the officer "Perhaps they don't know. any and gin It a kick !" rrj1lhfI1t" .
I / better." JOE KERR. .,. ... I
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I "Gentlemen," said Squire Jones .as the I
-. meeting was called
to order, "you are HE RECOGNIZED."Sir ,
all aware of the fact that this meeting i
AS THEY PASSED. "The Judge him sixty day.
: was called to take steps to fitly observe .. gave
-" = he said to the man beside him In
Decoration Day. The _, iir in the Jug. :
The Boys-Beastly pretty I .. sentiment the the street car, I trust that you recognize
The Girls-Homely beastslTHEY e _, day appeals to alL It is my idea that 61 the sentiment connected with Decoration .II
the schools should be closed, business suspended been up to'deCfrate his grave and -" Day?" r

and that we march in processionto "wh. t's that, sir?" she Interrupted."You "I do," was the prompt reply "Yes,
the cemetery. 'We must have a fund have been up to decorate his grave, sir, I think I can say -that I fully recog- ,"
SLEEP WELL. \ with' which to purchase flags and fiowers.! and the incident has recalled all the grief nize it. The sentiment that made this a ,
audience.:For what purpose?" asked one v'of the of long ago." holiday docs credit to the hearts of the MI'; .

Dead In the long ago. back today, but there will be tears to fall "To decorate the graves of those who "It's not that, sir. I'm no widow. My people."You are too to have been In the
Dead on the skirmish line-In the front I I and prayers'to .whisper. The gray-haired/ fell in battle." man was never In no war. He was out Civil War yourself young, but can I take it that r ,
rank of battle-on the hilltops and In the woman made wjcjowlesa) has not forgotten "When?" on; a spree last night and knocked a cop- you lost a relative there-a father or 1"wee l1'
valleys-wherever men met and cheered -the fatherless-eon stands by the moundon "Why, from 1861 to 1865." per's head almost off, and I've just come brother

the rippling banners and yielded up their I which a flag is planted and glories "Where are their graves?" persisted the from the police court, where the judge "You can, sir. As you say, I was too
lives that his father fell -with his face to the '
for the cause. Questioner. then hot I hada
to take arms ,
him 60 in the How I'm to young
The dead are the dead of city and town foe. Hate and strife' and animosities ore "In the cemetery, of course. I trust the gave days jug. father who yielded up his life for his
Md country; of the East and the West; for the living; peace and" forgiveness and gentleman did not come here to raise objections pay rent and get anything to eat with him country. That is why the day will always -
of the Northland and the Southland. rest are for the' dead; ?" :' locked up I don't'know." be sacred to me." I

From the youth with beardless cheeks What matter' the banner that waved "Not at all. Squire-not at all. I am vI! ll i igill The elderly man with the kind face found "I see, sir-I see. In what battle did
w the man with gray hairs and the mem- 'above them? What'matter he who led In favor of Decoration Day and.l1ags and tii4ic that ne had been sitting on a pin, and your father fall?" ,1 ,
ory of other wars, they are the dead we them to victory or defeat .If once they flowers as much as any man'among you; he got up. He found that he had been "Almost in the battle of Gettysburg."
have not forgotten. were your dead and my dead today and but before we go to any.great trouble I'd carried two blocks" his corner, and he "You mean he was on the :march for 1
They sleep on the hillsides of the for centuries to come they are and will like to remind you and others that" only that historic field when death overtook O4'l
South be our dead-our dead to remember with got right -off. He looked back at us from
and in cities in
the of the dead one man went to war from this town, him?'
the North-*leep and remember nothingof flags and flowers and tears. Whereverthat and he took the bounty and deserted.before the curbstone, but we all felt sorry for "Not exactly on the march, sir. Ha was >t
the days of strife and woe and sor- last, long resting piece'may be-un- he ever saw a battle. We haven't him and no one even smiled.JOE driving his sutler's wagon along the road, 4yl
row. Fathers, husbands, sons, brothersall der the towering monument or in the any graves of dead soldiers fo 0 decqrate, I gill I'' hy KERR. and was within 10 milts of Uettysbur;
sleep and wait the drumbeats and grave marked "Unknown,!' let us whisper but if you want to dismiss the' schools --or- .... when the enemy descended upon him. He
the bugle calls of the last great day. words of peace and honor their dust and suspend business and go fishing I'm CIGXIFJCAJfT. fought nobly and gallantly, FIr, but they elf
The tears and sobs and heartaches of "Peace on earth and good will to men! willing to chip in my fair share to buy -What.dltl when told were a hundred to Ole, and he died covered .. 4
that day In the ,long ago cannot come JOE. KERR. bait." "Where are the erave?" ,? pa say you with glory." "Sutler-Sold canned peaches to
,-----, ----- "Gentlemen," said Squire Jones AS he' j him you'wanted.,to marry mete "H'm Sutler eb T' sniffed the- first!
._ turned red and white and fidgeted around, (looking at her .suspiciously)-He the boy."
"there seems to be a mistake nere. -.and to be another war and someone from this speaker to himself. I
y asked me. If I bad any insanity in my to the -th Massachusetts,
circumstances it will to enlist "Sutler
under the be in or- town happens and be killed. "111 be banged If you do!" Interruptedthe
to until there family. He sold canned peaches to the boysas
der for us adjourn happens JOE KERR. ., sir.
1 t1 low as 23; cents, while other e- tiers other as he hitched along and glaredout
iI charged 40. Yes, sir, I may JaY that I of the window.
fully recognize JOG KEHR.
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several outhouses including
: the near future at a good stiff advance over $350.00
: -------- -----_--, under fence, good water. This race tract, dancing pavilion, baseball and shooting grouuds,

their present prices. $1.00 CASH also to be sold quick. It is a large"dwelling and aver 100 acres of land. .
10 of 'build-
iI : the prettiest bargain at the price. $17,500-A .vary desirable business lot on Palafox St., near Garden

ing lots in New City, over- $21000-Gets 10 brick stores which (A BARGAIN).
YOUR OPPORTUNITY IS "NOW"Call and 50 cents week can be made to bring $175.00 $12,500HAlarge()() lot ((159% by 224 ft.) on northeast corner Oregon

per looking the Bay. per month. and Sp'rin'g Sts/ '

write what want what $20,000-JSplendid() warehouse site closeto $11,5OG-Two store buildings and one dwelling (all rented) with
or us you
you No Taxes! Several beautiful lots in R. R. and water front. large lot East Wright St, immediately east of union depot.

have to invest, and let us figure with you. residence : of 'If you' have property for sale list $6,000-Modern dwelling; two-story, on corner lot on North Hill. Excellent

Money to you.Pensacola No Interest!1I the portion I, it with us. We'l sell it. neighborhood.
North Hill. Telephone, 918 or call at office. I $1,500 Large one-story dwelling with 6 rooms, on East Intendencia

201% Thiesen Bldg. "We Sell Lots." street

1 ave 300 lots at above For prices and particulars $750.00-All of block No. 6S, West King Tract, containing 24 lots.

prices and terms. They will

investment Company double in value before'paid for. apply toMcDavidDyer FOR RENT

It will pay you to look at FOR' RENT-Modern: 5' room house r

41. H. D'ALEMBERTE, City Manager. these lots.LESLIE. on 9th ave., between Gregory and, HOOTON & WATSON.

Company Wright Sts. Apply to J. Hall, 506. E.!
President. P.. B. SIMPSON, ,
W. H KNOWllS, Sscrttiry. '
GadS n or phone 837. i6jun1w Leading Real Estate Rental and Insurance Agency.
J.L STILLMAN, V-Prej. and Gen. Manager. ,KNOWUS HYEK, Treasurer. j ,

Rae state, Loans, General Investments Agents New York FOR .RENT Six room house in good; ,i HONE 54 No. 3? b. PALAFOX ST. P. O. BOX "L.'"

E. BROOKS Life Insurance Company. :repair, just painted, renter can secure -
Street Pensacola, Florida. several boarders if desired; if -
215 South Palafox ,..,.... -
Phone 462. Fisher Building terested call and inspect Apply Cad '-- --'-- iii
8 E. Government Street
Pensacola Oil Mill.
Jones; Manager, -'111DIRECTORY
Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla., Phone 515. lOjunelw .
to Loan.
HELP WANTED FOR RENT Modern two:story house, Money -

Real} Estate Loans wwvwnuwnJwn- -w--------- with large grounds, partly under -- .
'Will Double In MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows -
cultivation located in northern sub-
WANTED Men and boys wanted, information address or, money from Jno. A. Hall & Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F.
urbs. For
and t learn plumbing plastering, brick North Hill ReidencI apply to the Pensacola Investment! Co., 14% E. Government St. When in I Joppa Lodge, No.6, 1. 0. 0. F,
meets every Tuesday evening it 7-dn
laying. Special offer life scholarshipfifty need call on us.
Co. June
dollars, easy payments; position a o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall, Beimcn;
Value Insideof Collections guaranteed; free catalogue. Coyne S.31... FOR RENT Cottage, furn'.shed: or!!! MONEY LOANED on all kinds :of perfoaal and Baylen street Visiting brethrenaru

Bros. Trade Schools, New York, Chi; unfurnished, on bayou'for summer.'' property on short notice. cordially. invited.T. .
OFFICE-COURT HOUSE cago, St Louis. 16j(; A Bargain Fine *water front for boating, bathing! Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. H. FLEETWOOD, N. G.J. .
and fishingf Beautiful location, earl i Phone 1165./ Ifeb W. GINGLES, Sec.

N. OERTING W.-\\'fED-Able! bodied men, white, car line. Address Cottage, care Jour Romana. 31an6m.Peawcola.
a Year 25-to ,35 years old, Jfor.'generalwork ON EAST HILLI nal. 6june MONEY TO LEND- -On good real estate -- -

$35.00 per month with board. Steady have two beautiful lots on the corner security; 'or on good collateral: Lodge No. 3, K. of P.
Notary Public work. Apply by letter to-J... S.-W., F of Jackson and 18th Ave over- FOR RENT-2 nicely furnished at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks. meets every Monday evening at g

That Is what a great deal of real estate Phone 466. O. Box 187 Pensacola Fla. 16j3t.WANTEDTraveling *. looking the bay two blocks from the rooms" for rent to gentlemen only. Fisher building. 21aa o'clock at their temporary Castle HU!
the Apply Mrs. Hester 420 W. Chase over Pou stable, W. Intendencia St.
In Pensacola Is 'going to do and car line, two blocks from toayoa
.- St. Phone 1095. 2junelm MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal brethren cordially
Visiting welcomed.
Borne ,of it is in the following list: I i salesman for : two blocks.from the bay, facing south. property on short notice.
Alabama by the largest and most I This is one of the prettiest buildinglots J. A. KIRKPATRICK, C. C.
Half block in New City fronting, For Farm Turoentine or FOR RENT A. R. has store J. W. Bullard. upstairs
progressive southern whiskey house.:: on the whole of East Hill. The Bingham Terms easy. H. HORSLER K. of R &: S
Catalonia square. .. .. .. ....$7501' Timber Lands I: be age room for rent, suitable for fur 28% South Palafox St.. Phone 1144. '
having an established:; trade to turnj[: property: is well worth $800, would Snot
Half block in East King Tract must will the niture or other goods. 104 and 106 A'k Meetings of the
tIll LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITY over to good man. Applicants cheap at tha.t price. I
settled neighborhood.$703; Call on or Address state age experience, reference, salary j two lots if sold at once for .... .$775 South Tarragona street. Phone 639. UNLIMITED amount oi money to ioaa __ &k Knights of Columous
I annual sales and losses. I all kinds of personal property. are held at their hail,
expenses on
One-fourth block on Toledo.. square. .58001 I Turner AYmard Address Z. Y. X., this office. 16j8tWANTED I List your property with me and I FOR KENT-A nice 5 room cottageon Special rates to business men on large No. 8 West laendea-
New City. .. .. .. .. .. WZhra' cia street
will sell it.MONEY N. Spring St., with bath, gas, etc. loans. The New York Loan Co.,. 204% ? on every
Lots on 11th and 12th avenues,New Real Estate.and Abstrat: Co. salesman to at $15.00. Inquire Fisher Real Estate South PalafoL :% Monday evening at

City at. .. .. .... .. .. .. ..$200' P. 0. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs,Fla carry our Traveling goods' asa side line. Ad;I at the market rate of interest Agency. ljune ,, N zIF': TitaU 7:30 o'clock. A a :n-

200x132!2 feet on East Hill car -- dress Petersburg .Trunk &.Bag Co-, on city real estate. FOR SALE OR RENT=A-flve room j to visiting- Knights. a is extended

line .. ... .. .. .. .. .. ..$1250 Inc., Petersburg Va. It I cottage with 'bath and gas. No. HOTELS. I JOHN B.
Lots "in East King Tract or West 1107 E. Cervantes street. Two blocks :- -it-wwtwr-wnrnrrrw L : J. S. LEONARD, Grand JONES Right

King Tract very cheap and on easy WANTEQ! > Bricklayer who can lay from'street car. Apply to H. W. COMMERCIAL HOTEL, De uniak,I Recorder.

terms. Improved property In West A Bar2ain firebrick. Call after six- 415 W. J. W. Bullock ''Jr.; Gibbs care'cf' Forbes* Store. Fla.-New management; newly fur-

King! Tract, netting 10 per cent. on in Gregory. 15june2t ", ,. 26maylm. nished; free bath and sample rooms; I Daughters of Rebekah.
vestmentSee u----- -'J --- cv ... FOR RENT-Two story 8 room house, good meals and good bed Traveling Naomi Lodge, No. 10, Daughters of

us in regard to Lake View Hav-' WANTED reliable' nurse. Applyat Room 405, Thiesen Bldg with gas, hot and cold water and all men especially solicited. Rates $2 Rebekah, meets every Monday night

Property.. Prettiest place in New In Front 820 N. Baylen St 14junelwWANTED other modern conveniences. Addressor per day. Mrs. M. H. Stanley Prop. at 8 o'clock In I. O. O. F. hall Vis ting .
City and is on Bayou Texar. Water Property PhoneJ61. apply 41 E. Chase' street lOmay 29may. sisters cordially invited to be present
I -An experienced Installment

D. Hale Wilson & Co. $2500For collector and solicitor. Refer I" FOR RENT-Elegant two-story resi- PARK HOTEL-Why pay $2.50 per MRS. B. R. WTTKOVSKI,
ences required. Address I.k X. L. ".rt'g1Wanted'' denei. corner Strorig''and Spring:; Sts. day when you can 'get as good room MISS WILLIE KENDRICK, Sec.

Phone 234 15 South Palafox i 2-story, 8-room house, lot 240x lOjunelw.WANTED.. __ __ __ __ __u_,_ __ __ __ Apply to C. H. Turner. lOmay and bed for 50c. Coolest place in i

250 on Bayou Grande. Good water. : -Sober, industrious man-to:I H.Iron AL Worker l\LAN-Tin"corniceawork, Copper and Sheet FOR RENTr-Two very desirable what Pensacola you ,want and you to eat.can One go out block and from'get' M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first anS
and sky-
; stores on first floor of Manhattan third Wednesday evening at 7:30
solicit collect. Good 22may p.
and opening .
4 lights a specialty; roofing, gutteringand hotel Garden Rafford! Hall No
$2000For Corner
and Baylen. m. 10. West latea-!
for right man. Apply to L. Van Winkle ,
repairing, 315 Palafox St.
Just completed and arranged in first SUMMER BOARDERS-The Hotel dencia street
FOR SALENew 'one-story cottage on water's Pensacola., Manager Brosnaham Building lOjune, Phone 560; ;residence phone. 1316. class shape. For terms, particulars, Hyatt is now open'for spring and sum- A. O. FELL, Pres.

edge, lot 120x200, on bayou Grande. 2junelm. '- etc., apply Hooton.1 & Watson. 29Apr mer trade. People who wish. to rest J. L. SWEENEY. Sec.

eight room house with hall,10th WANTED-nGood man to wort In yard, and build up, the Hyatt Is the place.
Ave. and 16th St. This place has to be $3200 and in house. 619 N. Baylen St. WANTED B. White wants your FOR denstruth's RENT-Second story over Un- Hotel Hyatt is the best and most up- Pensacola Lodge No. 4, 1. O.O.F.
jewelry store. Suitable
.: seen to be appreciated.$1750 Sjune. hauling and transfer work. Satisfaction to-date hotel north of Atlanta; ,beautifully Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. 0. 0 F.,
for offices, sleeping quarters store
Buys one-story 5 or located plenty to eat good meets Thursflaf
cottage rooms, guarnteed. Mdress 1501-N ; ; every vewing at 7:nat
: Lots 3, 4 and 5, block! 140. New rooms. Lee Da lell. 24apr
on Bayou Grande, 63x250. age water cool nights perfectly the new hall on Belmont "
WANTED-Everyone to Snow: that 9th Ave. phone 981. spring ; ; and Bavl.>
I or
City. .. .. .. . .. ..
.. .
- .' $600 The Journal has nice, clean old papers FOR RENT-8-room, 2-story Cottage healthy; no mosquitoes; no malady; a streets. Visit n'g brethren cordial
Blocks 125 and 126, Petterson Addition APPLY TO :318 W. Belmont Apply to Walker rest 87 miles
!I for sale cheap. Only five cents MATTRESSES RENOVATEDNew I home-like place to : ; Invited. E. GREF.NBLATT

water front, new six room a bundle. tick furnished if desired. Guaran Ingraham. April20 I north of Atlanta on L...and N. railroad.D. J. NEVILLE, Secretary.W. .

house on same .. .. .. .. ..$1,600, Mrs. M l. :iI i--- teed. Crapet taken up and matting WANTED.-Real Estate for sale or ?I. Hyatt Proprietor. Ellijay Ga.
Block 63, East King Tract. .$2,600 I Surgi I WANTED-First-class Barber for colored laid if desired. Leave orders at rent, lea3; or exchange. Your busIness 19maylm. O. W.
it I trade. Ring 10101 ring or Green & Watson. Phone 193. 7mar respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. 'J. W,
Lot 7 14
to inclusive block
Ill 171, I call at Sylvester Campbell\ Store,near Real Estate Agent, 22!% W. Gov. OLD MILL INN-on bay front. Opens meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rl
New City.. .. .. .. .. .. ....$1,600 Care'M. E. Clarke, dummy depot Warrington. Fla. ernment street, Room 7, Salisbury June L Large airy and delightfully Wednesdays la each month. Visiting
See the Pluto Water display at Hoo- cool. Good fishing bathing and
Pensacola, Fla.LtEALr. 24 aprl. building. Phone 172. 23Jan sovereigns cordially invited
ton's Pharmacy. James McHugh, boating. First class table. On elec-
J.A.WILSON&Co.IT wholesale agent. ljunelm tric car line, 15 minutes ride from city. LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.LflT .
WANTED I Miscellaneous Regular boarders and transient
Real Estate Agents '- WANTED-Everybody to call and Terms reasonable. Ad4ress Old: Mill
#0 -
WA.NTED-All- tol I see the Perfect 'Pantry. Lawhorn' I Inn, Pensacola, Fla. 4may
NOTICE-Having installed machinesfor
.,.. owners or poultry I r
! and Blackburn, agents, 109 E. Gov -- -
Salisbury Building Room 7 hM\ know that we are agents for the celebrated ernment street. 27maylm i the manufacture: of galvanizediron MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL-Clarkejs- ---afltflflrmtrmwLrre

Jtt = Conkey's Poultry Remedies. cornice, skylights, cornice utters yUle Ga. Nestling among the mountains BUNCH OF KEYS, in postoffic*' :between -
\ i 3sc; H2T' 'Guaranteed to cure rupe, cholera WANTED-A 12 or 14 foot skiff. Ap circular mouldings, etc., I am now of North Georgia. An ideal placeto 8 and 9 o'clock Thurpd1-;; :
gape and to kill fleas, lice and mites. prepared to do sheet metal work of rest Scenery and climate unsur '
and morning; return to registry dcpa: -
ply, stating particulars price.
" Also their wonderful -egg 'producerF all kinds on short notice. Satisfaction -' passed. Beautiful walks and drives.
ment :
Thos. C. Watson 37 Palafox.. and receive reward. W-)
S. :Mellen & Co. Phone No. 234.ISapr. assured.: Estimates cheerfully I 365 feet piazzas. Accessible to many
27 '
j I may. given on work in or outside the city. points of interest. No mosquitoes. I :IJOIST-One black pocketbook with
Chas B. Vetter- 18 W. Intendencia. Excellent table. ISmaylm
I large sum of money, owners carS
WANTED.-All kinds of electrical Phone698. .
public to that 25maylai
< kn9 r
I and papers therein. Liberal rewa:dif
\ work. I sell! all kinds of electrical I
all of Springs.
we can do repairing SANTA ROSA-Pavilion, L. S. S. offers 1 left at Water Company's office.
float building, horse' shoeing, etc. J. batteries and other electrical supplies. the best accommodation for' Good beds, airy rooms elegant 16jlw*
G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feJ When you need me ring 345 or 955. meals; free bath and sample rooms.
bathing and recreation to be found
E. W. Peake new'Star Laundry buildIng on. Special attention to traveling men.
Garden. the Gulf of Mexico. Launch Leclair LOST-Black mare. brand K on Core
E. ISdec.
WANTED-To buy 10 to 40:acres of leaves. city wha'f. daily. at. S:00:. JL m. Rates $2.00 per day. J. R. Brown, shoulder. Left barn at time of fa:*
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REAL ESTATE ON THE SECOND surburban property close, to'i Penea- COURT HOUSE DYEING. PressIng Phone 659. Chas. H. Burton, Mgr. Prop. Thursday morning. Reward for :"
cola. Give lowest cash price with lo and Cleaning Club, 212 N.DeViIleraSt. 12may. AND turn to Sam Sunday, corner Ha ne
cation. "Real .are
Mrs. T. J. Davis Your and Strong Sts. lOj'Jfi8Board
Prop. patronage
STREET IN THE CITY. Journal. 3june2w If you will look around the 'house, -Before laying your carpet or !mat-:
. $4500.00 for a two story brick buildIng ; .satisfaction guaran- you will find. a lot of 'ways In whicd .ting, :buy a supply of old newspapersto
. teed. Careful attention given lacjies'garments. (
J on the west side of Tarragona 8tree4 WANTED-rTo: sell a Iqt: of 014 p'ap is Phone 1222. 8feb you can use old newspapers. You put underneath and protect it Only
near Intendencia street. at 5c- a 'bundle. Apply' this of can buy them in any quantity at this five cents a-bundle at this office. and Rooms.

i I flee. They are all whole, cleaa and. i office.' They are put up In bundles, ttnJLrsJJc njuJisjwnnnfl1flJmPiW4W'
Save both by conferring with us ALL OF THE MAXENT TRACT nice. WANTHD-Carriages repaired and repainted convenient to and sold at r FERRELL HOTEL Sneads, Florida.
i .when out to buy REAL ESTATE. See WEST OF"C" STREET NOW FOR i I It' ; floats built to order; horse cents per bundle.MAFRSES carry. I Rates $2.00 per .day. Nice rooms ONE PLEASANT ROOM to rent w'l!

us about' some of the following: SALE. WELL BUIUD HO 'SES-on: Install shoeing a specialty. J. G. Wish Car I good beds, table the best. J. M. Fer. privilege of light housekeeping.;; -
: : Store N. DeVillier street: renting riage Co. 27feb AND FURNITURE ell, Prop. W. Chase StBOARDERS
MONEY TO LOAN: AT LOWEST ment plan, or cash.. You own the i7aprHJTEL _
, tar. $lS0 per year. .. .. ... .$1500, Mattresses made to order; old ones --1
House on North "C" street cheap MARKET RATE Of"INTEREST. lot I furnish the money and build' th WANTED. Electric work of alt kind. renovatet. New ticks furnished. VERNON-Rates $I.per day WANTED-At 226 :N. A.-

.4 .t.;.. .... .. ... S. .. S $600 MORTGAGES ON REAL ESTATEIN house. You pay monthly. sameas Let us clean your fans. reair your Second hand furniture bought and Special rate by week. ,Special attention canlz street; nice cool rooms, go 'I I
short time house
in Is
House oa East Aragon! street onlyi. THIS CITY BOUGHT: AND SOLD. rent, a your dynamo, do your wiring etc. Paone sold. Upholstering and repairing! gone. to traveling men. Free sample table; terms reasonable. )fri!. Don

- ..... SS .... .. ..... ... _. ..$650 Pay rent 20 years, it still belongs to 570. Pensacola: Electric Co.. 205 S. 114 E. Belmont St., city, phone 77L room. 'Mrs.. .' J. P. Mauldl, Prop.ISapr. Donaldson. 27mayhlFOR I
!-*. 98 acres..of good farming land, a the other man. WilI.11&o put down Baylen. Davis 'Mfg.CQ., C. T. Davis Mgr. '
.. ... .. wells with good pump. 2-inch galva -
k Bargain at .. ... .$1000 I RENT One fur'
ft' Four blocks in West King Tract, Fisher Real Estate nized pipe with brass cylinder attachment WANTED.-The MercHanu TranSfer TAILORING L. Diamond, TaUor.Gents' HOTEL SOUTHERN Open all the or two newly -
nished front =
each.. .0... '.. ..... .. ... ,.$1000 Agency will make water fly from a well Co. wants your moving and hauUn clothing cleaned pressed and year... American, and European plan. rooms; southern eXI'( '
40 100 ft deep and repaired on short notice. No. 11 ure; with privilege of phone. If < *
to ,
We have numerous other proper- > so easy'a child All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor. % Special summer rates: First-class In
/ .lies listed, with us and it would pay COLLECTION OF RENTS A can pump it. Costs but little more ten. Prop. Phone ,9?$. ISJuaelm West Government St. Pensacola, Fla. every respect Pleasant and convenient tion, 422 desirable W. and near' business 13mayl"crater

70U to consult us before making,).'our SPECIALTY. than the old dirg well. All satisfactory .' Idee. Mrs. T.." L. BOwen, Prop. Pen Gregory.
investment, before" you pay' a cent Get my WANTED.-The public to know that J. H. PORTER, sallmaser, 716 South sacola; Fla.-- l:>apr Old newspapers at five cents a bundia
We are in receipt of advices from Phon ,87. 206 S.Palafox.St prices. F. M. Williams Contractorand old newspapers can be bought at Palafox 'street Orders taken for -. -. at this office. They are all cleaa
the fire' insurance companies represented Bulkier, Room 308 These Build I this office for five cents a bundle. They tents, awnings, camp stools and house CENTRAL-.HOTEL. CHIPLEYop.depot. and nice.
by us tThat.all; losses in California ing. Phone 802, 1 ring. ljunelmWANTED are. 'all clean and n'ce.WANTED. cots:etc. Prices reasonable. 31 Jan. Large and well lighted ,
;t conflagration'' will be promptly rooms. Free sample room. Meals at I
-:: paid and that THEY WILL CONTINUE $100 REWARD -
LI TO FURNISH ABSOLUTE ,A reward of$100 will be given for a man of six year's experience.Good your moving and hauling. He gua. ing &; ,Co..'wholesale and retail ship men. $2.00 per"day. J. M. Toggle For Sale. H'
INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY reference furvi@hedJ AddressBox antees all breakage. Phone 630. chandlers and grocers, only first-class Prop.
J, FIRE AS THEY HAVE'DONE FOR the capture of Jaqe Haney; escaped 14, Paxton, Fla. 12junelw house of kind in city. Fair prices to alL! ISmarlra FOR SAL'E-16 mUch cows, one V:'

ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS. I from.conTict camp. Description: 5 -Th I MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP- I I. CHIPLEY HOTEL-can Setterl nd, for sale cheap. !Must be so : "

Protect your ,home anfl business feet 7 inches; 130 pounds; medium WANTED-We want your orders .for : Picked Up. Willie Mims Proprietor. Furniture Prop. Special attention to commercial : July 1st. Apply to A. Herschki. 7.. :

i. against loss by fire by Insuring with,, build; age 21;. carriage erect; brown 1907 Art Calendars.. Over 300 original I I repairing of all kinds carpets travelers. Free sample and bath Warrington_ Fla. Vlll'!; !
: u. eyes, black hair; 'complexion black; designs to select from. All Pt/OKED/ UP Red andwhite spotted laid, furniture packed for shipping rooms. Large rooms with good beds. !

medium forehead; medum ears; round prices. Hayes Printing Co., Pensaco cow, haying more red than white I Phone 63. Next to Tampa Landing. $2 per day. ISmarln FOR SALE-A team of good mu--! ;
ESCAMBIA REALTY CO. nose; medium mouth; good teeth; la. IGfeb. spots, weighin'g 275 to 300 Ibs., about 22April Apply to Moise DeLeon at new IKV 1
round chin: short neck;' square shoulders -I 8 or 9 years old. Been around my BAY HOTEL.-Opea aight and day. er house, navy yard. 15jun-l I
I length of feet 10 inches vaccination WANTED-Your stenographic wok place 18 months. Owner can repaired and ,
204/ S. Palafox Street ; ; past CARRIAGES repainted. European plan. Rooms light and -'
d Telephone 1052. scar onleft arm.VARN Pensacola Typewriter Exchange, have same toy proving property and Floats built to order. Horse shoeIng clean.: Transient trade IOUcI d. FOR SALE Household goods ani 1 I

: General agents for: State,for Home BROTHERS.CAMP. 315% S. Palafox St. ..Phone 379. .'; paying charges. M. E. Henderson,I'i a specialty. J. Q. Welsh CarriageCo. 575-579 8. Palafox Ju. S. Nlcolau. kitchen stove for sale. Apply :31"7
Ii Life Insurance Co.. of New York. ,i Cantonment' 23may. Muscogee, Fla. 14junelm i 27feb Prop. :w;. Cardan.. 14june3"*




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fprm A special plat of the property: abstracted is furnished free 363. 01... .1 can cured exposure. and:

of charge. .' .." Telephone Jio.-F fob.-lhr.J...._..6.63 563 ................................................... with 30 days'so mach time ease for required.the patient.Describeyour Only''
4. Our FEES 'are REASONABLE'and work ACCURATE. .
SEWELLW.oodand :Msr.-A.prll.-a.5&J case and I will write you an
ftv also issue a Daily Bulletin of all transactions of a commer- .L prll-a.7.-.. .
,''31 nature, recorded in the clerk's office at a subscription price of ; ..6.63.KaT..June. 5.84 __ _:_ I opinion as to what I can accomplish'for
$1:; )t\1 per month.PENSA'COLA. Coal CompanyFlorida JnaWily ..... ,... 5.88 you. Ask your family. physician.
J111.1'Ra1t .........."..(83 I to investigate. Dr. B. Is! Woolley 104N.

ABSTRACT COMPANY,. ..JuU.pkmber......................... {..74SeptemberOctober Pryor Street, Atlanta Ga.
PHONE 393. 114 N. PALAFOX ST. HAY E. GRAHAM.Gen.Mgr.- ......... 5.57
.,.... .. -. -- and Alabama .Oakber-Jfo'fember .....562 THE RAPIDITY OF THE! ---
,BToveatar-Deceuber ... ..501 Pensacola St. Andrews and
=- D.osLbIr-JenUry ........j...............g.ei .:; ,

For SaleFOR ForSalo'a LAND COMPANYManufacturers Liverpool Spots.607- Gulf Steamship Go

T $ T.TCrT 'T T- T >t" >* : of New York Cotton Market. GROWTH OF MONEY
SALE One good aUround'fami. FOR SALE Nice, clean old newspa and Dealers in Open High Low Close TARPON.. .
i\ horse and harness. One top bug. pers. All whole and useful at homeor UMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES Jaly 1083 10.71 10.61 10.64 W. G. BARROW, Master,

"'y nearly new. One good wagon. A. in your 'Store. Only five cents per AND KILN-DRIED. SAP. Auguat 10.51 1059 10.46 10.46 FIRST-CLAS.-; PASSENGER AND
E Turner'Bohemia, Fla. Phone 246.mnelm. bundle. October............19,42 It.43 10.33 10.34 FRETUHT(: SERVICE
..., ......
:" I DeoernW. 10,4810.48 1018 10.40
Depends on where you plant it If -Betwc-
builders wanting
Do You Want The .
'oRsALE-Two fine milch cows with small. lots of juniper can have the Wheat.
it where it the advant-
.Young calves; can be seen at No- same cut to order 'at $5.00 per hun '_ Op1 BIrl! Low 01011 you plant gets PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHI

12:* E. Gregory. C. B. 14c Iil1an. dred. Apply to Capt Baker launch 1* _...-....S8' 83 824 823 age of a high rate of interest its growthis COLA, CARRABELLE. ST. AN. .
.... .._ .
Sept. .82J 88% 82. 83- .
lOjune. or send orders to F. C. Eaton CREWS

Boggy, Fla.. '13juneywi Corn. amazing.
roR SALE -Five room cottage on i _. BESTPishing Open High Low a... all points on 8L Andrews Bay.Carrabelle .
monthly payments with gas, water FOR SALT?-Lumber- now July....;.......KJf6SH" 62% BStf and Apalachlcola.SCHEDULE' .
and free delivery one: block' from Joel Frater's lumber yard cheap on Sept............K%: K'4 5% 61H

Hill car; cor.G. E.8 Ave.Brett.and 12th street lOjunelw East* len street *wharf. Get his prices and New York Stock Market Four Per Cent Pai Time Leave Petisacola :Sunday 1:39 p-

build you a home before prices"" ad Open 3o.. on Deposits HZ., for' Mobile, Alt
TEA: DRINKERS ATTENTION vance :which is sure to come. TackleTennis Soathern FMlfle............. e5"M Leave Pensacola Tuesday! 8:30: n.

want a delicious cup of tea, try 23maYtm.AUTOMOBILES.X. Copper.........\......""...._ 1I5L IIJ. () m. for St. Andrews Millville, Apt.
iou .. ............ Carrabelle and
Own" Blend it is superior to any a.R. ., .. ..... Ui 133 lac'nlcola, intermediate
"Our the market. Only 60c am agent for the Atoh................... ...... 8i% 89'B40 points.
dollar tea on in Pope Mfg.Co. and can sell autos J..B................;........... 16! 153" For additional information! apply tj
per pound. A valuable ticket every you Golf, Baseball and Athletic E.B.T......................... 8. 81.4 J. E. SAUNDERS,
package. 'New Orleans Grocery Co. from $500.00 up. They cost than

Phone 105. Jas.' McHugh Prop. horses to keep up. They can be run Goods the best Phonographs and records ............................... Ill 43% iiste. 'i> FIRST NATIONAL BANK B.,R. COBB, Prwldent- ..

Tjune. in sand or anywhere a horse can go. the best Dog Medicine the best 0.?.I ........................ 64Ji 64 Gen. FnTanfl 'as3AgPensacola. '.
Leslie E.. Brooks. Bicycles the best Tires, the best D8.-..;........ sov 88 4 OF PENSACOLA FLA.W. Fla.
FOR SALE-Finest car load of horses Typewriters the best Lock and Key I .IS., Mferryl...... 105 IOi% -I
ever received in Pensacola. McMillan FOR SALE-Ten new and second B.a................M. 29"' 29"
& Turton, West Inten&ncia St. second hand office safes different Fitting best Trunk Repairing best I 1.,. ...... 147 J .H.KSOWLU' Pre B. W.K.HTBB Ja., V.-Pres.and CaaUet.. ROUND TRIP SUMMERand

Gjune. sizes best makes at bargain prices. Gas Lamp and last but not least the x..!...............,........ 7' 74} -51. C.T.Brent W, BBBKT. W. and A. Blooat W.N.ROBERTO, W, H.,Knowlas Aast.Cashten.DlBECTOBS W. K.' flyer,. Jr
Scarritt Moreno office East Govern best Roller Skates? I K.P.,...... Mtf 86ft D. O. Brenfc
FOR SALE-Remington typewriter. ment St 24mar L .. -. 179 m%
"Rem" care Journal. 6unelm] Why go to 0...P...:.. ISJtf 159 ----.----- ------ CONVENTION RATESRound

FOR SALE.-Improved ana unimproved If.T.O 139>i 1384 .
store, property: In all parts of the city. P.O No Sale trip summer excursions from
FOR SALE-Retail grocery 1i'D'G;........................ lll! } 182
down town. Apply A. Greenhut & J. A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents I F. B. BRUCEPENSACOLA % r No. 5603. all points east to Pacific coast and
aL? ..,,... ..
7 building. Phone r..r. < 179% 1T9j northwest from June 1 to September

Co. SJunelGt Room Salisbury &.I... ............. ......... 24% 24 C.W.LAMAR,President JOHN PFEIFFER Assistant Cashier.M. .
172. 23Ja.nM'ARINE 8.K...............M. 37 87}$ E.CLARK Vice-President and Cashier. J.W.AND EWS. Assistant Cashier. 15, with special stop-over privileges.
See the Pluto Water display at.Hoo- FLORIDA T.O.L..._,... No Sale good returning to October 31, 1906.
ton's Pharmcy. James- .McHugh, AND STATIONARY ENGINES Pen**.:...*.. I83K 183 N:. E. A. meeting at Los Angeles,
wholesale agent Jjunelm tor sale. Wonder Gasoline U2..........___ ...... 140)4) 1 THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK July 9-13.
Engines are the simpliest, strongest ." Elks meeting at Denver Colo., July
FOR SALE--We have a lot of keg', and best engines on the :market- for Ausley & C & ...Dally. Coton Letter. OF PENsacoLn nn. 16-21. -

suitable Jor_fiower: pots; and other the .money.end for catalogue.. Ed I New York, June. 15.There. 'were no DEPOSITORY OF VNITED STATES. Summer rates to Colorado! June 1
also lot"of whiskey B. Banks, Pen cola. 1377 l' DESIGNATED
purposes; a syrup Phones 30.
Of in September
-developments interests to.aay'8cotton to
and other barrels which are suitablefor II and 577. Sjunelm. market.. Liverpool about unchanged CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. Hotel Men's Convention Portland,
packing crockery or fish and cured June 25-28.
1 FOR SALE Herd fine t6 one 'Or tw? higher. The DIRECTORS. Ore..
meats. We buy all kinds of barrels, Jersey dairy PATENT APPLIED FOR Use the splendid through serviceof
and re-cooper and clean them. Sup cows with well established milk, At all Druggists. summer posit Kpswere equally steady Henry L, Covlngton, Frank Reilly F. E. Bravvner the Southern Pacific from New Orleans
hand. If you need route. No competition. Cows arid | dfstantj5nes and the W. S, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar,
ply always on any MUS-QUIT-U: MFG. COot with tie. ,,more. J. M. Pfeiffer, ; Union Pacific from Kansas
barrels or have any for sale, ring us business first class condition. ApplyS. Jacksonville Fla. market appears weary in' -waiting.No Bryan Dunwody T. MtGourln, J. R. Saunders, City or Chicago.
up. Phone 235, residence phone 591. A. 'Taylor Century, Fla. Sjunelm* unfavorable developmentshave A. M. A very, W. ". Milton 0. E. Maura, Through Pullman tourist cars from
Geo. A. ,_.! crop L. Cavvthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oerling
Pensacola Cooperage Co., : M W. Washington, Atlanta, Montgomery,
Vucovich. Pres., No. 9 S. Alc nlz. JUST RECEIVED-Large stxlpment 'ol occurred to afford opportunity of Alex'McGowin, C. M. Covington, 1\1.J E.. Clark. etc., and from St. Louis and Chicagoto
Imported ,Olive OIL Retail by pint, amongst the
17maylm. gallon or larger quantity. G. Morass creating a I Safety deposit boxes for rent at $2.GO, }3Jfl end $$5.00 the year. Private apartment California.
shorts. In the1 meantime near- .
we are for literature and infor.
FOR SALE-A lot or old newspapers.Put &; Co., ship chandlers and' grocers, 701] VICTOR SAFESThis ing the bureau publication which thus I in connection for the convenience o! customers. mation.Write me

up in bundles convenient for South Palafox. .. 4oct.I far promises a satisfactory gain over Fou percent interest Paid on Time Deposits. 'I J. F. VAN' RENSSELAER,

carryln'g. Only five cents per bundle.. I FOR SALE-For the,preceeding one. I General Agent
Apply this office. purposes safe was awarded the from
we have in. stock Ground Hydrate Blooms are being reported 124 Peachtree St., Atlanta Ga.
1 grand prize at the oifferent sections and the arrival of
R. O. BEAN. T. P. A.
CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton &! Tennessee Lime in strong paper bags! 'Vorl d's Fair and although from Texas is expected in '"
new G. W. ELY, T. P. A.
40 lbs. at 25 cents at ware house. A.
Watson have just received a !large inexpensive It Is the 'near future. .
of the latest showingall V. Clubbs, corner Gregory and Alca the best safe made. T.E. WBM/SS, Vioe-PBiSlDSitT.
supply city maps As we have all along said cotton L HH/POtfGREBN.t'BESlDZHJ.: -- -- -- -------
of the subdivisions. The niz. Sjune R.M.BUSHNFiiL UB.: MANSFIELD! MORENO,Aesr.CASBXES
maps are :. above ten cents does not look cheap 1-
official and down to date and are and :we are inclined to think with a National Bankof MANWhere
FOR SALE Second hand 25 H. P. We Them in Stock
Keep '
mounted on heavy linen. Regular boiler. Will sell cheap Apply to continuation of_ present prospects Rill you and the maid
Pemsacola Florida.DfRCCrORS.
price. $2.50; special price on lots of nines will soon become a familiar
Method Kiddies the
New Laundry. ISApri (Madam) and the spend
five or more to agents or real estate and can give you just figure. Tipsters on cotton are driftingto
men. Hooton & Watson. 8may what you want or if wehaven't the :bear side and most of the ad- Qcw. W.Wright.. Morris Bear. T.E.Welles. Biz:M. Robinson. L. Hiltc=(;reen. summer?
FOR SALE-FIne hotel site; best sU Why not take a flyer (Our'Flyer)
got what yotiwantwe to sell the bulges. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
given are
uation in the'city for a tourist ho vices to the finest Summer Country in tha
FOR SALE OR RENT-Two lighters; can order it for you ---- -- .
tel. 130 feet frontingsouth by 172 feet -- world? Cool, Bracing and Invigorating
one with capacity for 75 thousand ft. Government and save you money. Dropus THE ORIGINAL. '
deep on East street over. -- Colorado.It .
lumber the other thirty thousand a postal.
ca looking Seville. square and Adams Foley & Co.:. Chicago originated only takes a day. Leave St. Louis
pacity. Rates reasonable. Also two street with open'.vIew -of Pensacola Honey and Tar as a throat and lung of Pensacola Improvement Bonds. Ion the Missouri Pacific at 9:00 a. to.

5 skiff ft. for Telephone sale cheap.or. 22 write ft. J.long.A. bay... $10.000. will buy the property.- Wm. Johnson & Son Inc. remedy, and on account of the great City The next morning early you are in
lapr. merits and popularity of Foley'sHaney Denomination $1,000.00 each. Dated January 1st, 1906 Maturing January Colorado.
Chaffin &; Co.. Milton. Fla. 25mar:
Incorporated. and Tar many imitations are 1st 1936. Redeemable an. 1st, 1926. Interest Payable Semi-Annually. Living is Cheap. Write tor descrip
FOR; SALE-Pair spotted ponies 5 the genuine. These
OX THE HIGH LAND-Ease: ; Hill electric years old sound and gentle. Don offered worthless for imitations have similar WE OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE. IN tion pamphlet-list. of Boarding. Houses
line six lots 100 ft. front
car key and cart; Just the thing for chll names. Beware of them. AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER. ,
sounding LOW RATES -
by 13Hi deep corners $700, inside '
dren. Hinman & Hecker; Century.I PRESSTH The genuine ,Foley's Honey and Tar 9th 14th account
Denver/July to
lots $600. There are no better situations To
than these lot*. A. V. Clubbs. Fla. 23inay is in a yellow .package. Ask for It The Peoples Bank of Pensacola meeting B. P. 0. Elks. .
I and refuse any substitute. It is the To San Francisco June 24th tel

FOR SALE-Nice, ,clean old newspa best remedy for coughs and colds. : I Pensacola, Fia.B July 6th. : ,
pers at five cents a bundle. Thin of. Wh t'. In a Name W. A. D'Alemberte. druggist and To Colorado and Salt Lake City all

fice. I fill U apothecary. summer.
REGULAR HACK LINE-from Chip- : -I Trav. Pass Agt. Chattanooga, Tenn.THROUGH .

launch ley making for pointy connections; on St Andrews mall bay. lt I R1IiIlt T1fl I GONZALEZ II MaY; ., -iA-BTIL 3C db >%*). Jn.s r', r

Extra teams for traveling men. Good Wholesale. and RetaIl Dealer. 11 .
horses, comfortable\ vehicles., Call on Steam Domestic, Anthracite ff I ( t1SV1tLJwTRR tt&ut R.R:
or address J. C. Sinclair Chipley Fla I .. A
Telephone No 74. 28apr Soeclal to The Journal. and Blacksmith WW L.
-No. 43 South Palafox street. Telephone 93.
had a
Gonzalez, June 15.-W'je have
FOR SALE-Economize by'purchas. I Wi'IE1' glorious rain and every one feels bet -Yart tofner: Tarragona and Gonzalez streets Phontg 6 and 372HESSlH3 _
ing choicest of lots on East Hill at I'I; ________ r -- ti- a-. ,,;

$300 per lot no present need of paying! ___ The Simplest-Stunt-Safest- ter.The saw mill is running regularlyand .. _____,______________________ 44 :
$400 -
per lot and $750 for a SMoot Handle-and only Pe ectS.lfiUJDg -- ---r
strip of barren sand. Three beautiful : I Pen. No glau! filler doing good work-and it has liven 'i '
-no ink to ill-no clogging ed this little place up wonderfully.
if "MiM'M l"B""i l '
sites of five lots each at $1500 for & -
or linking.
Tiliss Ethel Gonzalez is reported Order"STour -
each quarter block; not over 100 :yds _ ; p
Too limply pita the button(ai much'better at this;"writing. -
from electric car line. A. V. Clubbs. inthepicturesn4thepcn11i! I icE COAL and WOOD _
Sjune I'- ill a"huh." Mrs. Breedtove and children andMrs. --i ,
I Parker have gone-to Dothan Ala. ttioConsumers9
____ Write the instant it '
FOR SALE-I am making a limited offer toucbulhepap.t; _____ to.visit relatives and'friends. II Ice and Fuel Company.
ipen Sunday with his I
Mr. ![
on 12 lots in northeast New City and Tarragona. Phone 259.
within the town lim'ts: and near -the family. _
Lake View Haven properties4 with Eagle$50Flash Mr. and Mrs.. .. Ferguson: spent Sun .- -- TF
: and MondaY at_this,place.
day .
clear titles :
and excellent elevation at Mr. Davidson's'pasture fence caught =-..-------- ------- -
$720. I
offer single lots in the. sanevicinity No.:zj with 14 karat wild got! fire Sunday,night and.would.. no doubt
at $6Q lot -finert vulcanized .
and $6 per on easy pea point
terms. (This is,to trad of white : rubber ud fully guaranteed., been aU! dest.royed, had, it not been L
people Is
The l Reformer -* your discovered by: the mill watchman.Mr. .
inclusively 112 ). Elbert A. Clubbs.1Bo mother at home, little'girl? Eaa1eooFJuh"No.Z5with gold band,JiSO and Mrs. James Stewart and Lumber Brick Paint Hardware a

$- City.-- l3junelm'TEA The Little 'Girl N-o-ow. Muv- Eagle large"FU size V No. 26$3.00 daughter and Mr- and Mrs. O. E. --Q./:_ :

DRINKERS ATTENTION ver's gone ter,fight annuv lidy.Tatler. .- with cold LIIJIJI 14.00 Searle spent Saturday -at Beck's' Lake in__.fact!, everything that enters into the makeupof a N .- ._ -

you want a delicious .cuP of tea. try i ._ SuLfliSta8s and Other fishing., house can be had here. We buy in J large quantities: get U SERVICEVIA
"Our Own" Blend it is superior to any the it._in car load lots, naturally at smaller; prices and at less
I Ask TOUR DEALER. If hedoesn't If knew value of Chamber.
dollar tea on the market Only 60c you freight rates than the smaller shipper and canlh r, fore,
: F. & A, M. tell you the Eagle would wish to :
No. 15 Salve you never
Escambia Lodge lain's
per! pound. A valuable "FLASH" L.&N.E.&T.ILandC.&E.L
ticket in every Fountain Pen.then sell cheaper than others. It will pay-you to get our
package New Regular :.communication of tend the retail price direct to be without it. Here are some of the I
Orleans Co. for
Grocery 'needs building purposes. Yeatlbulid Train
on your Through Dally
Phone 105. Jas. McHugh Prop. ? *Escambia Lodge No.: 15, F. UI.anteed.EaglePencilCo.Each.' pea absolutely guar fliseases for which it is especially prices 2 NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO 2

7Juae. 0 f :. &A,.M.,. will ba held Monday 4 valuable. Sore nipples chapped l THROUGH SLEEPERS MO DAY COACHES
:' evening..June'' 18th at [ hands, burns. frost bites chilblains Saunders Mill Company KEW ORLEANS TO CHIUGftDtNINO !
FOR SALE-Registered_ Berkshire 1 !:30-p'cloelc. Visiting brethren Manufacturer p chronic sore eyes, itching piles tet CAR3 SERVING AU. M1ALS CM ROUtE:

hogs; best of breeding. Ask for fraternally invited. 3'i I Brodw.y New York | ter, salt rheum and eczema. Price, phone 717. 21 Cast, Garden Streat. I j! D.IL IIILLU.'f.(0.P.A.. S.LEOG IS.Ott.AttV .

catalopie, Carl Setterlind Chipley __ __ h Ct .D.'.& YE$. W. M. --- ----.---- --. :5'c'ents per box. For sale by all -!--- HIVLLI._HUkc IIAAINU&M:#PM.II -
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, Appearance SS Chattanooga, Tenn.' June 15.-Thefollowing ] Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS
received from Washington at the local Mr, ITTB persons in each county,desiring to takadIoul list compiledfrom reports : RE0AIRSS A, SPECIAL.TY. Prompt attention given to all 4
office of the United States Weather > Instruction who will within SO days received, by The Tradesman shows -
day night 'Agenti for James )f
It will select clothes from our dtp tad SEND this notice to either of or cay & Coa celebrated Log and :
S pay you your Bureau yesterday at 4:48 p. m.; the more important new industries established : Timber Dogs, also chains.ot all descriptions., Office phone 123. Rest .
mammoth stock of clothing that's made: by the "Northeast storm warming four: p.I Inrthe; Southern States during dence phone 1029. ,P. O. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mar. *

most, skillful tailors in the world. Grey and blueS m.Disturbance, for Key West that,has1 Miami appeared, and Jupiter.'over 13AUGHONSMitomery the week ending to-'a'ay' : .... .............*.*....*.........OM..0..... 1

lead in popularity of color, with black and fancies Cuba is likely to move northward to- Alabama. --= .
S I ward the Florida peninsula caU5i h( mmflJ/Jl !Birmingham Cement block factory;
Fifteen and ANNU.ALDlVlDEtTbicannot
in demand. Ten Twelve Fifty i
strong high North to East winds." I 10,000. fireproofing company. '
Eighteen dollars are popular prices, each price offer- r l:';in began Friday morning at 6:46' Atlanta Rale: : *, Co.Lmia,5 Hayneville-Warbouse romp any.

t an' ended at 10:35 a., m. During this l Shreveport. ,. DjiUs! or Jack-- CHnton-$5,000 cotton gin. be lost and be (
values. they used
ing decidedly '
,strong period the precipitation was seventy* so., Miss. S 'Shetl eld-$40OOO stove foundry.: may to
Now a good time to buy your second summer two onehundredths.72) of'an inca; -VTo also teach BY MAIL,EwitfHSfaSjv: or
.REFTJKDMOXEY.'Law.-pencasasip:, Arithmetic Arkansas. reduce the premiums each if the
suit. The maximum temperature yesterday !tter-Writing,-Drawtej, Qu-toomng 'Berryville-Electric light plant year insuredso
85 whkh.was'record- Business English Banking etc. ;
was degrees
Underwear thin and cool 50 cents a garment. .e>.i at 2 p. m. The minimum was 7}.1 Capital 27 Colleges 17 years'in 15 success.States.Indorsed 8300,000.00 br b\1Si- $20,000 Lake hardware Village-Electric company.light plant. chooses* A life or. Endowment Policy with
degrees, recorded at 8:35 a.-m. No vacation any tune wnto
:cess men. ;en r
In' his Observer summary Reed of the said weather: conditions YOU for. catalop.MUST posITIon inordertojretHomeStudj-FREE secured MOm REFUSED., Ft Ashdcwn-Canniing mith'-$150OOO factory.FI0'rida.coal company.. annual dividends in the Union Central Lifeis

write now thng..jde&ireto know
"Unsettled conditions prevail over -jnoro about your- special Home Study Offer xaa THE JOHN WHITE STORE the country. The pressure has fallen: tbeu published at Milton-$10,000 oil and gas com 5 .

considerably at Key West and moderate c'- S pany.
fresh southeast n'oar-=,blowingon Perry-$25,000 water works. B. WILUAMS, General Agent.

Phone 225 205-207 5. .PALAFOXjfi the southeast Florida oastindicat.lug MORPfkOJRAllorphinaCu Georgia. Thiesen
:t } Acworth-Electric light plant Building. Phone 608iHot.Waterfor
S the another Q' :
provable approach o/
tropical disturbance. Showery'weather .uQ' >>yS,.. rui t1.J.i.: .,.. Atlanta: -$200,000 hardware company

prevails over the east -gulf and 1wfttJ--w a-.v.f':: .".*4'e.e.Oc&ChML.Fr prw.e4v ."." ; $100,000 amusement company; i '. ....."' .....'.." '."' "' .'...''''.......

.-- south Atlantic states and northward: Sale In Pensacola by $15,000 hat factory; $10,000 trunk factory -' .

S ,A BIG REDUCTIONIn to Showers Pennsylvania have also and occurred Ifew in Jersey partsof W. H. WHITE & CO., Druggists. Jefferson. < oottling works. { Kitchen

SHIPPING NESS I Illinois, Missouri, JowaKansas! Nebraska '.:, -- Macon-$5,000 sand and gravel -Purposes, j
and South Dakota and rain is 1 company. : I
the Amount of .. falling in Oregon. The following ViMa"Rica-Cotton mill; knitting i j
us install a gas wajtertheater. Saves
time and worn
lleavy precipitation (In inches) has occurred REAL E ESTATE T ;
Arrived. I since Thursday morning: Knox-- Savannah-!Syrup refinery. 'gives the-kitchen you hot like water an for'Tcitchen oven. purposes without heating -

HEADACHESSince Marrow N. Cobb: Am sen, Saunders: villa, 1.10; AshevIlle 1.20;. Wilming Indian Territory. :
260 Havana to master. ton 3.32. Higher temperature prfr I Durant-$10,000 land and loan com .
vails in nearly all sections of the coun: pany. | Gas
Cleared. Reduced Prices For Fuel ;
'Are Antigua, Nor ship. Torgensen, 1348, try. A maximum temperature. of 10,0 T N [ 'South -, i ilster-powder works. i
the .
People Using .
for Buen s' Ayres, with 923,300 s ft i degrees occurred at El Paso, Texas; S Kentucky. .
lumber Thursday. Louisville Car works; $117,500 land make it possible :for every home in Pensacola to use ga= '
'Tor tMs section the conditions are ompany; i0,000 lumber company. for all cooking and water heating purposes. Will be i :
favorable for partly cloudy to-night; Stearns-Mine. glad to see you at our office any day and explain the t
BronioVinFor VESSELS IN PORT. i Saturday, showers with light. to fresh. a list of the real estate S Louisiana. i good.features of gas to you. t
. Steamships. : transfers recorded yesterday, reported Houma-$100,000 canning factory. ,, -- : a

by the Pensacola Abstract Co.: Arcadia-$5,000 electric light and '
| Pensacola Gas
Burnby Br ss, Thomas: 2361 ,Galveston pow'er. plant. Company }
eastBASEBALL C. to- WInter web & Co
to the W. S. Keyser Co. H. Holley
Salo NQW Orleans-$1,600,000 irrigation i .
by Cayo Manzanillo. Br ss, Cowdy W. 30.A. of J. Noriaga -Tract, Sec. 15. ,
company; $5,000 lan' company; $75- ; ; Phone 148. 24 and 27E. Garden Street. : !
White's 1908, Galveston. to Gulf Transit Co. j T. 1. S. of R. 30 W., $350. 000 metal bed factory; $200,000 feed i. .
PharmacyPALAFOX Dundonian, Br. ss Smith, 2123, New W. C. Barrineau to Asa T. FillingimW& and oil company; two $25,000 naval ... ........ ... ......................$444.DRXNK4BOTTLED

STREET. Orleans to F. 0.':Howe & Co. Following are the &Cor s.In. the of the E% of the NE% of Sec 14 stores companies; $500,000 naval t '--- -

Manufactured by Federica Aust. 58,"Zar, 2261 New league baseball games played yesterday .-T. 2, N. of R. 32 W.-40M $1 and other.. stores oompany.I :
G. VAN ANTWERP &. SON, Orleans, to Gulf Transit Company. : Onslderat S '" Ashland'$450,000 manufacturing :. ;
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; Earlswood, Br. ss, Fayn, 1840 PL I
Mobile, Ala. Southern League. Jas. A. Reynolds to Asa TV' .:P1I Jn.. company. ,: .-
.' Inglis to J. A.. Merritt & Co. New Orleans 6. Atlanta 5, gim W4 "of 4he"NW&i ,Sec.. 12','T. Lake Arthur-$10,000 lumber com .-: .
Elizabeth Doyle, Am sch Crouch.
; Little Rock; 2. Nashville-. 2,'N. of R. 3'W..'S250.LP pany. S DELICIOUS S
er 641. New York to order I Memphis 6, Birmingham 5. J.-B.; Cooper to Asa""F.: Fillingim, N Mississippi.:
What Your Eyes Seeou Exmoor Br ss Storehouse.. 2297tadiera Shreveport 4, Montgomery 0. W>% of the N\V%' of Set.;" 13,'T. 2, N.. Natchez-$100,000 cotton compress.
\ to Hyer Bro
:'t, of R. 32 W.:' 79.87 D$150.: Yazoo City-$16,000 land company. '
: FrancesT. Tunnell, Am sch. Tun- South Atlantic Leag e. Miss Julia J. Yonge to Aubrey Maura Moss Point' $80,000 industrial com
believe. So need not I
must you nell, 1239, 'ladelphia! to order. .
Macon 1. Augusta 0,< (ten innings.) and Henry M. Yonge, lots 6 to 15. pany I
take any other person'sord for it, Jennie Hurlbert, Am brig, Wright,
I IIISEE' Charleston 2. Jacksonville 0. inclusive block' 242New, : 'City, $1000 Batesville-$30,000 yarn mill.
but call on me and 418, Havana to J. A. Merritt & Co. S
Columbia 0, .Savannah 3. and other consideration Shetton-i0,000 spt>ke factory.
John L. Inglls-, Am. tug, 98, Sheldon, .
Jackson! -$50,000 desk and furniture
? arid
L -- Alma E: Fisher husband. A. A. S
New Orleans, to J. A. Merritt. REFRESHINGThe
American League. Fisher, to Annie E.:'Tfibrsen, lots 1<5 factory; cotton corn-press.
ft for yourself, what swell summer goods Mexican, Brit. ss, 2728, Slater, from Missouri.
, Chicago 2, Washin'gtoa 10. to 20, inclusive' in blocfc'-228! New City
I am showing and atSUMMER New Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. Detroit 0. Philadelphia 4. $500 and other:considerations.. St wuis-$10OOO investment company Genuine has Trade Mark on cap and label.
Monviso Ital Revello, New
L ss 2774. Cleveland 5. New York'2. Julius A. : tonge to' Aubrey Maura ; '$ ,000 investment company; I
PRICES Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. '
: St Lou's 2. Boston 3.' .- and Henry M. Yon'ge lots 2 to 8,and $25,000 land company; $200,000 manu: .
Wentmoor. Br ss, 2,508, St. Vincent BOTTLED EXCLUSIVELY BY
It l/ght-weight Serge Coats from $S to Hyer Bros. 13 to 29 block! 277, New City, $500.00 facturing company; $12,000 roller
to $7; Sicilians and Aupacas in abundance I National League. and other considerations.' rink company; manufacturing com '
at from $toO to $10.00. One of: New York 2. St. Louis 1. D. Stephens to J. L. Sweeney pany.
those Serge Coats (single or double I Ships. Boston 3. Cincinnati 1. all of block 262 New City Tract $1000 Clyde-Lumber company. Hygeia Bottling Works
breast) with a pair of those swell;I Canara, ItL ship 1495, Repetts, Genoa Philadelphia 0, Chicago 1. and other considerations. IToplin-$16,000 manufacturing and

't light trousers, will dress you up for I to Master. Brooklyn 1, Pittsburg 4. W. H. Morgan to A. T. Fillingim, E supply company. RHONE 587. 124 B. CHASE ST.
;: ; the summer, together with some of Harvest Queen Brit ship, Forsyth, % of the NEV4, W% of_the SEi/4, NE Carthage-$60OOO sand 'company. -
' those gauze and balbri'sgan underwear I Rio Janiero to order.Nordstjernnen Landrum 19. P. H. S. 2. U, of the KEU.... N5of.. the SWV... .. Webb dtv,-$100,000- mine. S
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; .at 50c and $1.00per suit, and your Nor ship, 1635. The Landrum baseball jteam walloped Sec 12, T.: 2, N.: of R, 32 W.. 240 A., Bowling Green-$10,000 pipe com
t whole outfit won't cost )'ou'over Iraksen, I..a' Guayra to W. S. Keyser the Pensacola 'Higb;School. aggregation $1.00 and other considerations. -pany. .
L' $12.50. Call and let me show you.JOS.GOLEMAN. & Co. yesterday afternoon by the A. A. Fisher to C. J. Bell, tot 6, blk. Excelsior} Springs-$65OOO amusement -

Bark score of 19 to 2. The batteries were: 15, 'Newv City Tract. $100 and other campapy.HanniballOOOOO.
Antigua Nor bk 1348, Ferguson (Landrums, Borras and Bell; H1ih I considerations.J. light and fuel

New Orlean to A. Zelius. School, Russell, Hannah and Rogers. I W. Bullock. Jr. to C. E. Merritt company. S
De'gregori Gio Botto, Ital bk, 1294. lots 19 and 20, in block 94, New City Kansas City Investment company- ; It having come to my knowledge that
Genoa to Rossasco.Bros.S Lamb for the Slaughter.The Tract, $100 and other'jconslderations.: UO.OOOaI1id company.
King Malcolm, It. bk Gufi, 1233, Ge- St. Joseph-$10,000 trunk factory.
Brewton Ala. .
Pine Belt News
Recorded June 12.
:! ,212 S. Palafox St. .
. i oa to Huges & Co. says: Pensacola will be led as a W. H. Davlson to E. L. Herring W North Carolina. some unscrupulous merchants are refilling
Phone 727. Luisa,. ItaL bk. 1591, Montano from Rowland $20,000( manufacturing
lamb to the slaughter in three games % of lot.361. Old! City, $1800.C. .
Nolloth master.
here next week, on the'21st: 22nd and Gunter ETmore to Lee Daniell, company.
M Lake Erie ItL bk., 928. Eflgan, Bas- 23d. : Raleigh-$25,000 paper cutter com Bank Note Cigar boxes with
som to Master. lots 21 and 23, blotK 23. W. Kink pany. my

I Monrovia, Nor bk, 1449. Aase, Hamburg Tract, $1. Spring Hope-$250,000 lumber com
r Office at Residence. F. F. Bingham to Leslie E. Brooks,
to order. ; Until further notice Dr. J. Z. Crllzey's -lots 1 to 15, inclusive' in block 354. pany. inferior Cigars, I warn all such Merchants -
Port 'Uruguay bk, 1112, Asheville $25,000 manufacturing
/tJ4[ : loBe: I' Ferres, Mentevldeo to German American office will be at his residence. lots .7 and 8, block 363. lots 1 to 10
Calls left at White'sPharmacy win inclusive, and lots 17. 18 and 19. in company. '
I Lbr. Co.Precursore. North Wilkesboro' -.$20,200 in'o.'us.trial it is a violation' of the Revenue
IfJt receive attention.
; Ital bk, Schiafflno 1508. prompt ; block .370, New City Tract, $100 and company. .

: Well Dressed, S Genoa Palmas.Spero to Rosasco Nor.' bk,Bros.. 623, Bostig Las :+++.....................: other.Flowers,Wm.considerations.E.:"lot Anderson 15 and the to-W&Mrs.of lot Bettie 14, company.IMooresbork-$60,000 Tryon-$50,000 medicine manufacturing factory. law, and if persisted in, they will be

( t Sterling, Nor bk, Ellepsen Labita i ti !block 127. New'City, $1 and other con Bryson 'City '$20,000 mine.

Bay to order.S S siderations., S Henders-$40,000 tobacco factory. prosecuted to the; fullest extent of the

Cool andComfortable Schooners. Selma-Cotton mill.
: Donna Chrtst'na.' Am sch, McLeod,' i .1 The--- Very Best Remedy for BowelS S Lenoir-$6,000 wagon factory. .
165, Belize.: 'Trouble. Q.gden-$50OOO land and improvement law. --S : FRANK REILLY,
Barkentine. Mr. M. F. Borroughs, an old and company.

Hubert Fuller, Am barkeatine, 679,' well-known resident of Bluffton, Ind., Clinton-Electric light plant S
Nash, Port of Tampa to C. W. Oli. says: "I regard Chamberlain's Colic Oklahoma. Sole Agent,

ver. I i it Cholera anff Diarrhoea remedy as the El R eno-'Brick, gas and oil company .
i very best remedy for.bowel trouble. I :- "..
does not G. B. Burnhans Testifies. After Four! make this statement after having mill and elevator ------- -
S mean extremes I ....;.." ,. La.$50OOO
Years. .1.1I . used the remedy in my family for pany. S : CLUTTER PIANOS.Our .

in style, but G. B, Burhans. of Carlisle Center '. several years. I:''am never withoutit. company.Guthr -:-$l.OOO.OOO mine; telephone Beaumont -, $20,000 manufacturing. pianos have baen "'*

simply good taste. I N. Y.. writes: "About? four years : ; i ." This remedy is almost sure to company; $2,000,000 investment company company. '- : very best of satisfaction giving for mal
and a'go I wrote you stating that I had be needed before the summer is over. ; $1,500,000 mine; $1,250,000 Houston-: $15,000 saw mill; '..$50,000oil They a beautifui :.
S good judgment I entirely cured of Why not buy it now and be preparedfor company. years. possess .
; been a severe kid. i The greatest enemies Qf fow'lsare : mine. fined musical quality not found In "*
good clothes in less than such an emergency! For sale by Pi'tJtsburg-S50OOO lumber company.Hillsboro .
ney trouble by taking two mites. They hide- in the : 'Roosevelt-Telephone company. usual run of pianos. Ther: duran
: every detail. You bottles of .Foley's Kidney Cure. It : cracks and crevices of the roosts all druggists. Oklahoma City-$200,000 buSMng -$20,000 coal company' : ; is simply wonderful Anybody <,
: entirely stopped the brick dust sediment and houses and at night attack i 5 and loan company; $50,000 land company J5.000 coal company= buy one under our matchless plan "
combine all of and pain and symptoms of.kidney : the fowls in countless 'numbers Fishing Party Returns. ; $100,000 mine. 'Yharton$10.000 cotton gin. : "pay when like." If wan a
? I ,.A fishing- party composed of Wililath Pelican-iSaw mill and planIng m'l.? you
these good feat- disease d1sappeared. am glad bite through the skin 'and ndrickThresding company. piano in your home, write or ca: '>:,
to say that.I have never had a returnof suck the life blood of the ock. Vocampf, Henry ;Merlins, Chas.P. S'pencer' -$3,300 telephone system. Albllene-$10,000. cement stone how
in the clothes : : I us and see easy it is to havtue
ures any of those symptoms during the Licata, Chas. 'Merlins! Chris. and Fairview-$10,000 ice factory. works. in home.
you buy here. four years that have eIapsedand I am Uernran." fertIns: who have been up Gregg-$30,000 .telephone company. North Fort Worth-r-$10,000 laundry.; your
S evidently cured to stay cured. anJ : CoWKPsS the sound for several days, reachedthe Carmen-$75,000 light and power Lufkin-Machine works.ShermansAmusement ;'' I CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE

heartily recommend Foleysr Kidney city:' yesterday. .;;;The party reports company. company.?, .1 I S Fifty Cents Cure' to any one suffering from kid i excellent _fishing, Mr. Vocampf making Snyder-$150,000 compress and oil Ennis--$30,000 ..brl.ckVorb.- .-
ney or bladder trouble. For sale by LICES a number of good catches., South Carolina. San Antonio-$10,000 ,constructltin. 5 I I -:

buys an Undergarment W. A. ;D'Almberte) druggist and J Colw&bia-'Shingle mill.Aifcen company. ; .
555 S = CoReman! -Warehouse company. : I THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO
: apothecary. S : KILLS RATSStearns' -Cotton, gin.
here that i Dallas-" : I
I S LIQUID ., Tennessee.Nashviile$40.000 $30,000 show case factory.
S Electric Paste Drives 'Em
h spells comfort in NOTICE. h.J : packing company Cooper- -4-$15$00 telephone' company.SOrange4flnIck : APALACHICOLA, FLA.
I thread. Special Meeting of Stockholders.There : painted on the roosts wil1uick-); Out of'the House'to Die. ;" $Z5,000'land company. Virginia. I
every will *be ,a meeting, of \stockholders ly and effiectivejy rid -; your i Drive rats out of the house'to die.Don't Memphis-$60,000 electric light works. I Manufacturers of
of".Pensacola. Alabama and fowls of the plague.F.S.IBELLHUCO... :;, let th mdie'" in the house: plant; $10,000 glass company; $20,000log Shenandoah. ';'$16,000' canning- fac
Tennessee. Railroad .Company at the : but feed them Stearns Electric Rat loading ,company. tory. :,H I.
office' of the company': !in' Pensacola, e -.5-- i and Roach Paste and' the peculiar Waverly-Concrete factx>ry. Norfolk-$200,600 tobacco factory.' Cypress Shingles.

Florida,. on July 2,' 1906'at'11 o'clock S chemical in the Paste will create a Chattanooga-$10,000 iron manufac Richmond-$100,000. phosphat. ._ : .com
2 H O ANSON .a. m.. to consider and vote on the following i burning sensation""so1 that the rats turing'company.. pany. -- n- ; ;' : % x-4". x 18"
Manteo-Saw,mill : I
subjects: S !i; mice and cockroaches.who eat It will Manchester. -Lumber mill ; %" x 5" x 18"
1. The adoption of new By-Laws. rush outside of the" house In*search Texas. West Virginia; ;

: CASH CLOTHIER, 2. The,establishment of a new traffic : Phone '334. i of. water and will be seen no.ffiore, Newton-Saw mill. Fairmount $25,000 foundry., ,- Cypress Tanks of all Descript o-'!!
agreement between the Pensacola. Sold.everywhere or prepaid -! yoaluin-Railroad shops. Hinton-$2,500 skating rink J, ', '
Alabama and Tennessee Railroad Co. i Pens.acolafla. .on receipt of" price. Stearns. Aldtye Creamery.Marble 'Parkersburg-$10,000 on.and gas Write cot Catalogue and Price L -

Corner Palafoi and Halo.if and the Pensacola and Perdido 'Rail. I ; :. i j4S Electric :Paste Co.; Chicago, IlL-Small Falls-Electric light andpower company; $16,000.l1 company! ': ,., -

S road Co. S size 25 cents; hotel size; eight times company. S Gfll-$20,000. lumber company. I
J. fl.s1RrnLI4. Sec. :.. ...........*..+MMM, the qua..ntltYr'1., _. S '-' Van Alstyne-30,000-elevator conv- -Wellsbu/g: $25,000' : Subscribe for The Journal.

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