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 17, 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.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1898.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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!!solutions to that Effect Adoptedin "GREATER KENTUCKY DAY"CLOSES More are in the Hospitals---Seven MAYOR R BLISS H T TO Governor Biockham, Now Almost

the Senate by Vote of '

129 to 82. HOME COMING Revolutionists Killed.By ATTEND[ T THEMEETING [ 70 Years of Age.

Associated Press. mated that a hundred persons have I CITRUS LYNCHINGS
Interest .
Centered Around Cabin in Which
TO LO\\'EST'BIDDER' Bialystok,via Warsaw, June 16 :In been killed and hundred more are lying
in hospitals. :Martial law has been
the.'victims of the [[
order revenge
Lincn Was Born--Stevenson Formal massacre Jewish revolutionists, hid constantly.proclaimed and troops are. arriving

den on the roofs of ::houses, behind Rewards of $500 Offered in Eachof

Contracts Will Be Awarded Unless Orator of the Day. fences and the draperies of windows. SEVEN REVOLUTIONISTS

fired all of to-day witii revolvers at..1 WERE KILLED BY MCB the Cases.
Prices are Extortionate. r.ifles; at the government buildings, I I Will Go to Tallahassee and Thento
2orkmen and peasants passing in the Simferopol, Russia, June 16.-Seven
By Associated Press. Lincoln was born, which has been set I
Louisville, June 16.-"Greater Kentucky up In a park where interest streets and one band ambushed in a l revolutionists including two women, Jacksonville to Investigate ONGRESSMAN CLARK'S SUDDEN
CIVIL centered.j factory fired on the railroad station who caused the agitation for a political -
APPROPRIATIONBILL Addresses delivered
SUNDRY day" brought to a close the shadow of to-day his boyhood home dwelt. ana": approaching trains., The number II strike here, were killed by a mob Conditions There. JUMP INTO THE LIMELIGHT ON

CARRYING $26,000,000 FOR ceremonies of home coming week. largely on the story of his life. of victims is unknown but it is etiCAPTAIN yesterday. SCHEME TO DRAIN EVERLJADES

Prominent divines will be heard at The address of former Vice President -
CONTINUING WORK ON PANAMA i I Mayor Chas. H. Bliss will leave tomorrow
the principal churches on topics suggested Adlai Stevenson was ths formal: BIG-HEARTED.' POPULAR WILLIAM
CANAL PASSED: BY THE HOUSE by the events of the week, but oration of the day. S. B. Buckner and night for Tallahassee, where
the exercises practically closed to-ay former governor Preston Leslie also BERRY[ r PACKING HOUSEMEN EI he will be in attendance upon the Good JIO.SEPHUS HILLMAN, OP'
-AMENDMENT PROVIDES FOR around the cabin in which Abraham adatessed the assembly.der Roads Convention, which convenes I '
there Tuesday morning for a session: WONDERFUL LIVE OAK.

LOCK LEVEL WATERWAY. of three days. There will be practical -

'School Girl Caused Wreck meeting road, men and in the attendance mayor expects upon this to By Jefferson Beil.

Will SQ T TN TONORFOLK [ FINED[ spend a couple of days there listeningto
By Associated Press. the proceedings as well as watchingthe Tallahassee, June 16, 1506.
Washington June 16.-After forty of the
Pennsylvania Flyer demonstrations made with. new "Tis easy to be pleasant,
B'nutes! debate today the house,, by a road machinery. (When life flows' along like a song,
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vote of 129 to 82, adopted the senate I I I From Tallahassee he will go to Bat the man worth while is the on.'
resolution providing for the purchase'.k, By Associated Press were hurled down an embankment N 51$1 n 0,0 Jacksonville, where he will spend the who will smile
of all! material and equipment for the'
Marietta, Ohio. June 16.-Alice Kylea The girl says she wedged a remainder of the week. There he will "
construction of the Panama canal from school girl and daughter of a farmer rail bolt 'between rail ends to see the investigate the water works plant, When everything goes deal wrong.
domestic manufacturers and of the has confessed to causing the wreck of train smash 'it; as sh> had seen pennies which Is owned by the city, the sewerage It; was not a man, but a Viny-brawn,
lowest responsible bidder unless the the Pennsylvania flyer near Elbe on smashed. The girl will not be a r:? 1 and street paving. There is bird with a big song. He sat on a
president shall deem. prices unreasonable -j Thursday night when two'passenger: restea' as the officials are satisfied it. Commandant of Pensacola Yard Managers of the Packing Houses considerable of the latter work now trellis in Governor Btoihaiu's garden

or extortionate.The coaches, the engine, mail car and ten- was a childish prank.ANOTHER. being done in Jacksonville, and the while I sat at my window watchingthe
sundry civil appropriation bill! Fined this Sum for mayor expects to !'glean considerable
Will Make Change in July- Keeping
was also passed carrying a total of information which will be of value to storm Tuesday. The harder the

a J94.587.070. Of this amount nearly him In the work to be done here. He wind blew, the louder he sang, and
enty-six million was appropriatedfor Successor Not t;Named. Tainted Meat. also intends to make a close study of I when the wind came driven in windblown .

the continuation of work on the GREAT R [ T O DAMAGE[ [ STAR T TO # _j the water works as conducted by the ;swirJs: against him, he tightened
the panama bill was an amendment The chief feature providing of Special to The}4 Journal. I Managers ,A. W. Davis and J. D. city, and the sewerage system. I: his hold on the trellis to steady his:

for lock Washington, D. C., June 16.-Capt' Carroll of the Armour and Swift companies small body, drew his brown feathers
a level type. I
An amendment Robert M. Berry, commandant of the] respectively, were each fined closer and lifted up his voice to the
was adopted

sad! state canteens homes for at i old all soldiers government where I CAUSED U [ O BYSTORMS ADDED O [ O T TO Lavy shortly yard be at promoted Pensacola to, Fla.the, grade who will of i$100.00 day morning in tie by municipal Recorder court Laney yester-, being MEETING[ OF f T TilE[ Excellent though wth: God Joy.his of little the The heart Storm weather was and bursting sangas was

government money is available.
The house refused to pass an rear admiral will six cej Rear Admiral found gu'lty! of violating the city bad, but why not make the best of UZ

P. F. Harrington, retired, in ordinances by keeping decayed and Ex-Governor Bloxham.
amendment providing $25,000 for traveling
: expenses of the president 'UNION command of the navy yard, Norfolk, tainted meats in cold; storage. BOARD O OFSAFETY f fS Among those who left last week on
their annual summer pilgrimage to tha
Va., when the latter i_ relieved early These cases are the ones which
SENATE DEBATED THE have occupied the attention of the mountains, were former Governor
next month. Berry is from Kentucky
SHIiPCANAL BILL Capt. public since Thursday mornin'g. the Bloxham and his niece, Miss Blanch* V
I and entered the naval service mayor and cty: health officer having Blake, who makes her home with him.
January, 1862. He reached the discovered the meat Wednesday af Governor Bloxbam is one of the most
Washington. June 16.
The senateS
North Carolina and Bill Oklahoma and Indian
ent the entire day debating the billto Georgia Crops Admitting grade of captain in February 1901, anu1 ternoon. S interesting, as well as one of the mostprominent

Incorporate a ship canal connecting ., has been staUon d-at Ppnsacola smee When the ,court convened the courtroom men in the state, Ha has
Lake Erie and ,the Ohio river and! Ruined, Bridges Washed Away Territory Statehood, I May.1905 '"He- stanf near tnVlop wag"wel! --fiiled. many of those lived fifty yearn of her history, taking
again adjourned without acting upon the record for length of service &t present having been attracted to hear a prominent part in the making of the
It and Farms Flooded.By Signed by President. sea, having had over twentyfourjears : the evidence in the packing cases. history of those years. He. is one of.
of such duty. The city's principal witnesses were Routine Business Transacted andMarshal's the three living ex-Gomno.'s, Flaming
STATEHOOD BILL There are three or four officers under -i, Major Bliss and City Health Officer t and Jennings being the other two.
Associated Press. By Associated Press I 'He is the man who has been
consideration for the Pecsarola: I only "
P.erpont: both of whom testified as to Monthly Report I
HAS BECOME A LAW I Charleston, June 16.-A special from Washington, June 16. Another star post but the selection will not be the condition "of the meat when found. twice chosen Governor of Florida, un.

Florence says that excessive rains during was added to the Union to-day when made for a f&w days. !. The statements of the packing house Read.The lESS we go back to territorial days
\\Tashlngton! June 16.-The acting the past week have seriously in- the president signed the 'bill admitting Two important changes of station!; were ,to the effect that their I when President Monroe appointed
president of the senate today signed jured the crops of cotton, corn and Oklahoma and Indian Territory as one commanders have been announced; 1 r regular day for condemning and destroying I William. -P.. .Duval. -governor in 1322
the statehood bill. His! signature was tobacco. Many fields are completelyunder state. The measure also provides for! that Of the Mare Island commandant!. meats was Saturday and the regular meeting of the Board I and who held the office twelve years.

immediately below that of Speaker water. Dozens of :aridges were admitting Arizona and New Mexico I' and Honolulu Hawaii commandant.Rear I l. meat found by the major and city of Public Safety was held last. night. Although Governor Bloxham hag
Cannon. The president signed the washed away in the lower'part of the if the' people of the two territorie3 Admiral B. II McCaJU: has!: health officer had been placed aside Chairman Ingraham presiding and reached almost, the three score and .
bill at 3:05: and It became a law. I, vote for admission the terms ten :years, he is remarkably voung and
state and consderable damage was on pro-[ teen detacher from duty as commandant to be sent out with other meats on'Saturday. Mayor Bliss and Mr. White being present. .
II I done to railroad tracks. posed by congress. of ths Mare Island yard and ordered !I : I active in appearance, due perhaps to
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AGREE ON PASSAGE !i I The signing of the 'bill to-day was home to await retirement He i I The session of the court consumed Only routine business was tra.nsact.1I'd he excellent care he takes of himself.

OF IMPORTANT BILLS HEAVY DAMAGE !INVICINITY an interesting ceremony. Senator will be succeeded by Capt. H. W. Lyon I'i several hours, and it was nearly 12 by the board, there being nothing His well-appointed, carfully ordered V j
I Beveridge and Representative Hamilton commandant: cf the Honolulu before' home with its pretty garden, speaks oJ ) ,
OF AUGUSTA the present o'clock when Recorder Laney concluded -of special importance to come j
Washington, June 16.4.conclusion respectively chairmen of the senate naval station. Capt. S. W. Very,I' his: review of the testimony and the body. I II comfort. Here, secure in the love of .
vas reached late today by leaders in;'. and house committees on territories )- now stationed at the Boston yard has.'I announced each guilty, imposing a fine After the minutes had been approved -;: his friends he lives the life of a retired -
the house by whch! the meat inspection Augusta, June 16.-Heavy rains were present as was also a been selected to succeed: CapL Lyonat ; of and costs. It is probablethat a number of reports were received j; gentleman. Although he da- j
bill, pure food bill and immigration during the last three days and a cloudburst delegation from the two territories.The Honolulu. and read. These included the clares he is out of politics, he is keen-
both be appealed to ..
cases onth-I'
bill are all to be passed next week today have caused serious damage president usd two pens to sign A. W. M. higher courts, but this will not be I ly report of the marshal, .1> interested In public affairs, and ,>
and in the order named.LEISHMAN I I In this vicnity. Country and railroad the bill writing his first name with a the hear work of the police department for the loves to discuss men and measuresas
until Jocal
decided managers wen as ''n the days when he wasa >>
bridges were washed away, gold pen and his last with an eagle month of May. Jit! showed that 412
I farms and crops flooded and ruined. quill taken from a bird in Oklahoma.The from headquarters:,: had been made, of which 175 leader of them If he could be induced "
arrests :
TO BEAN i There were two wrecks from soft president then congratulated tte, white and 237 colored. Of these to put into print his personalreminlscencU
MADE O [ were
ATTEMPT of fifty in
I tracks on the Georgia railroad near two congressmen who had done so REMAINS TO BE 102\ were discharged, 283 found guilty, politics would! be a years valuable Florid and Interesting -; .
AMBASSADOR Augusta. All cotton mills run by wa- much to gain the resulLNEWS 17 sent to the criminal court, sentence book. Governor Bloxham i

,, ter power have been forbidden to suspended in 9 cases and one case con- the kindest courtliest '
has manners
start for a week by the commissionerof tinued. Fines assessed amounted to j
-" OF THEMINOR suave and polished to rich and <
public works on account of the condition $1,894.50, while collections aggregated V
APPOINTMENT T TO WRECK[ K KR alike. His friends tell this story on
TO REPRESENTTHIS of dams and streams. i .. $1,181.40. This included pound f sand him. Going down the street on day

COUNTRY IN TURKEY' COURTSJudge FUNERAL OF SERGEANT ERNEST costs. he met a man who held DIK his hand
for stocfcof
Bids for furnishing feed and said "How do you do, Governor?"
SIGNED BY PRESIDENT.! DOWIE AGAIN G.ROSSJOHANN WILL OCCUR the department for the coming month "How QO you do, How do you do?" returned -
Nichelsen tried three cases CAR R were opened from :Marion, Curry & the governor, shaking his hand.
ON THE STAND t in the justice of the peace court yes- V THIS AFTERNOON.The Co. and J. E. Dubuisson & Bros. The I I warmly, "How is your famtly?" but his
I terday. The first and most Important former was awarded the contract at, mind was busy trying to recall the' V

Washington By Associated June Press. I i case was. that _of George. .Ball, $20: per ton for choice hay and 40c per man's name which he had forgotten."By .
16.-Just before '
t Ct charged wtn, assault wita intent to rema.ihs of Sergeant Ernest bushel for white clipped oats. the way, how do you spell your -
!> adjournment of the senate this DECLARES HE IS "ELIJAH THE murder Peter Conley. He was held Grossjohann, who died at Fort Bar Marshal Schad called up the matter name?" he finally asked. "S-m-I-t-h," ,
tie afternoon! President Roosevelt signed to the criminal court on the same Track Was Raised and "Jack"Left rancas Friday afternoon after a long I of the ordinance now before the:council the other replied. I have never heard :.
appointment of John G. A. Le:sh-: ''RESTORER"-SEVERAL ALIEN4STS charge. illness, will be paced! at rest this af.I creating! the office of-building In." how he miiagea1 the embarrassing:

Dan the: United as ambassador to Turkey from I I IN ATTENDANCE.By William Freeman went before, the to Wreck Car on Dummy ternoon in the National Cemetery with spector, and thought it would be proper -I situation, but knowing how resource-.
States. The legation was court and entered a plea to the chargeof military honors. The'funeral services if the board would request that the!i fui he is, I am sure he turned it off
recently raised-to rank of an embassy petit larceny. T Line Last Night.An will occur at 4 o'clock. I building of sidewalks also be under;i gracefully.
"M the : '
vhil! appointment of Mr. Leishman Bell\ flernigan, charged with being Sergeant Gross hann was born at the supervision of this officer. The I Lynchings in Citrus. ,.
hare is now minister to Turkey, would Associated Press. lewd and lascivious in speech and behavior ''Konigsberg, Prussia, on the 16th of opinion prevailed that the work I 11 Citrus County has achieved ROHH iI
been sent to the senate today for:: Chicago, June 16.-John Alexander: was held to the criminal court. : attempt was made last night to June, 1853, and therefore lacked one: should be taken from the shouldersof I I rather undesirable distinction within
approval had not that body adjourned Dowie on the stand to-day in Judge ''Recorder's Court. wreck: the bay shore electric car as it day of completing his 53rd year. the marshal, and it is probable that' the last month by having beep tha , than expected. The nomination Landis's court declared that he was' Recorder Laney had fourteen cases was, coming to the city over the dummy Mr. Grossjohann's services in the I something w.ill be done before the or-I''I scene of two lynchlngs within the V
be sent to the senate on Ion.da "Elijah the Restorer" and that he had on the docket in the municipal court line. The car was coming Unted: States army .cover an actual dinance is passed. I I month. Governor award, who
!always been that character. He said yesterday morning for trial. Of this up from the bayou' leaving. thereat period of 27 years. He first enlisted: The application of R. G. Sweetingfor ; I I strongly disapproves! of lynchings, did V
fce had1 gradually become conscious of number two cases were continued,two '11:30: when the attempt was made in the Twentieth Infantry in 1880,and! a position! in the police department I I all he could to prevent the one ';:;st V
WOODMEN I the fact but resented the revelation aa defendants turned over to the county!TO wreck it just below "Fisherville. I after his discharge at the expiration was referred to the marshal. week by ordering troops there and' :.
TOGO is came upon him. Several alienists authorities, one sentence suspendedand I I The guilty. party or parties secureda of his term he entered the hospital I The pay roila and bills were approved -has offered rewards of $500 each for .
were in the court room while Dowie, fines imposed amounting to $216. "$ack' used by railroad section men I' corps, where he 'remained until hU I and ordered paid. I I the arrest and conviction of any and: '
TO CENTURY was on the stand. in re-palring the track, and with this death, having only three more years The marshal reported that the work I I all persons who took part in the. V
j raised the track two or three inches to serve before his retirement.The I of constructing the new patrol' call lynching: of Frank Jordan and Jim Da- ,
CAMP MEETING higher than it should have been. The"jack" chief steward's numerous dis- alarm system had nearly been com us.
JAP TRANSPORT was left under the track and charges show in every case that his! pleted, but that the small number of Several. well Known persona were
| *HERE THEY WILL PARTICIPATEIN if the motorman haa' run his car'over..' services were excellent. and always i boxes did not cover the territory, not I' discussing the affair at Inverness at i_
BY MINE BEGINS JULY 4 the place and struck the "jack" at full honest and faithful." He was a clever goiffg any further west than DeVlllier'I the Leon Hotel Sunday ona of the A.

THE UNVEILING OF A SUNK speed a bad wreck would have been student, a great reader; he was a regIstered -! street or east any further than Ninth party, a man of considerable promln- ,. ._
the result He saw the obstruction pharmacist and also had the avenue. He suggested that two telephones -!I ence said, "If I were governor of Flor-
MONUMENT. l A camp meeting, under the' auspices and rise in the track, however, and M. D. to his name; he one in the eastern portion .oa I would remove from office the ."
_ ByAssociatedPress_ of the Palafox Street Methodist brought ,the car to slow speed bafore could right to have add been appointed contract'! and one In the western section be I s'lenft of any county ia wh'ca a .\nta- ;
-Tokio June 16-Tfie transport To>t- church will be held at the circus it reached the spot. I but preferred his: placed, and these could also be:used I irg occurred. No prisoner can b3 V,
It Is expected that a large number chi struck a mine Thursday evening grounds, near the carnival sheds, on The car left the city at 11 o'clock, surgeon in the army position he filled always by the night mounted men in making lynched without complicity on the j t'',
of? immediately, 24 miles off West Garden street, beginning on down the track own position;, a : I
Woodmen of the World will leave and sank end when it passed honor to himself and satisfaction -' their reports to the station. part of the officials. Take this Hair "
tIs!: morning at 7 o'clock for Century Joshin, Korea. Twelve of the crew Wednesday, July 4. A revival service was in good order. Only about twenty i with the government.Mr. The matter was discussed but no''I: at Inverness the jailor and the deputies 0.;
,there they will participate with the were saved and fifty are missing. It will be held at the church to-night as minutes elapsed before its return, andit Grossjohann to died from a complication action taken, and after considering locked themselves InsuJc the jail ''r .:
0. W. lodge there in the unveilIng is believed they were lost. a preliminary to the camp meeting. is probalble that the wreckers did of resulting in ser several oher questions the board ad: and gave the key to a druggist and < ,
of a monument over the grave of I I. not have time to finish the work be- diseases trouble that eventually journed. :! The! sheriff went bunting WItS a lyn .h- J\ I;
)lark Mayo, Jr., one of the departed THE CUDAHY PACKING CENTURY WBOOMEN' fore they saw the car coming. ious heart his death. He arrived here,I i leg imminent!" One of the party said, ,7'"Oh t.t
Gtere1gn. 'CO. NOT FINEDIn UNVEIL MONUMENT There is no clue as to who commit- caused service in the Philippines -I MORE ARRESTS MADE : well I think lynchings are the ', ,
The I I deed. The "jack" was secured from a tour of treatment for certain Cd-c-.." '
Century in- I tfrd'! the BY COUNTY OFFICIALS I proper \ &
camp an : less thlm a year ago and brought! ,
IJ'ition' to the members of Live Oak the trial of the packing houses Special t-The; Journal. and brought to the city. It had evidently seeds of the trouble that I I Ii "You wo-ud; not say that publicly, the ; :
him the .
Cap, Ko. l, of this city, to be pres- yesterday morning the Cudahy Pack-' Century, June 16.-Century Camp been stolen from the company after a long and painful Illness finally'I i More arrests were made by county fiust speakesaid, but here it is over V.'f .l
fll!' and about twenty members have ing Co. was found to handle nothing No. 55, W. 0.-W., will unveil the monument cr- else at Perdido. : him. I I officials Friday night of parsons my signature, for I do believe that asga'rfts :
k'lled ,
J0 far signified their intention of ac- but the best meats and the investigating erected to the memory'of Soy: He leaves a widow, and three ,chil charged with being of Immoral char- and aggravated murders should .x 'Ii,.
JWmg and visiting the hustling little committee was,unable to find any- erelgn Mark Mayo, ,Jr.., to-morrow Consular Bill Signed. a Royal: Arch Mason, acter. White men and women to the be bandied with the promptness and ;" ,
"n. They win leave this morning thing offered for sale but what was morning June 17,.at 9:30 o'clock. .Ai Washington, June 16.-President dren.comrade He was of the Army and Navy number! of eleven and four negroes' surety that is oniy dealt out by a de- .', :
':34 the exercises will be completed fresh and pure. They were also not cordial invitation has been extended to Roosevelt late this afternoon approved a Union, a Knight of Honor and a member were added to tbe number already arrested (===== ,. }V
I III time this afternoon for them to return implicated by President Roosevelt's all visiting sovereigns to participate .the diplomatic and consular appro-- of the.Woodmea of America. onstaiilar_ charges (Continued on Page Flvt7 )

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Here is Where We Smash All Recordsfor ,

the Month of June. "

.' Beautiful. Sheer Goods, choice patterns : Cotton Voile, wool finish; you can't tell it

MONDAYWe from the real wool; very light and popularfor

the Ideal fabric for evening'wear, worth Shirt Waist Suits, many colors to select

will inaugurate a big 5,000 yards Embroidery Sale 35 cents. Special, 19 cents.BANAl from; worth 25c, special 15c.

Corset Cover Flounces measuring up to 22' inches and -

worth 25, 35, 50 and 75 cents, with nice finished. edges, SILK Special Sale of

Special, 10 cents

This is the biggest and best offering of value-giving Em- BLACK SILKIt

,broidery this season, and it is doubtful if you can find their. The Pride Japan-

equal anywhere in the larger cities .
is needless to more than mention the fact that all of
Worth 50 39 cents
Note-None will be reserved. No telephone orders will be filled. You must cents Special '
our Black Silks are warranted not to split A new yard for
be here in person to make your selection. and not more than 5 yards to each

customer. We will make no exceptions to these rules, so please don't ask. 27 inch Banzai Silk, the pride of Japan. Extra full range everyone that splits., .

Sale begins promptly at 8(30 o'clock. of the leading hues, including Alice Blue, Alice Gray, Cardinal / 20/inch Black Taffeta Silk, worth 75c, special 59c.


Under-Price Sale of Silks, Sheppard Checks and Pin Stripes. Red, and many others.Worth 27/inch Chiffon Taffeta Silk, worth $1.25, special 98c.

36/inch Gilt Edge Black Taffeta Silk worth 51,25
50 .cents ,
'27 inches wide, the most popular of all Silks for

Shirt Waist Suits, worth $1.25, special 89c.36inch.

Special 99 cents. Special 39 cents Black Taffeta Silk, worth $1.59, special $1.09,

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Union Labor Hall One of the best publications that Hot Weather CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSB I

AT MERCY OF THE WAVES has ever come to the notice of The STERLING SILVERWARE
t Room 1, Old Armory Building.A Journal In the line of negro journalism I
Is the Trade Edition of The Florida v Laundry WorkIf ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS,
j LODGE ROOM Sentinel, M. M. Levey's' paper, which :
about as follows: Is just from the press. It is in book you would have laundry CUT GLASSWARE., *
} Small Launch Washed Out to Sea To Arrest Prisoner. sufficient' to for accommodate form, 10xl5 inches and contains 36 work that will stand this hot
7S people rent atreasonable
The captain of the schooner that had pages of interesting reading matter; weather, you will be careful in I:
and Occupants Nearly been in the harbor at Fernandina dis rate. relative to the city of Pensacola and the selection of your laundry.' *ft
and Fine
charging cargo swore out a warrantfor the negro's place in the growth R:1.l' Such weather is the true test of Engraving Stationery.
Fr F Drowned. his engineman, Adolph Berry, MECHANICS'HEADQUARTERS I prosperity of the south. A special a laundry. Our collars and I i
charging him with Breaking up partsof feature is m-ade..Af, the repent report, shirts stand the hot weather !ina
;; the machinery and other apparatusof I Where employers can secure of Secretary Jones. of the Chamberof most satisfactory$ manner. Let $ Mail Orders Receive Attention. .
the schooner. injuring! .the boat,.anddestroying I help. Office clerk in Commerce which: is published In'tU'l1. us'call for yours Prompt
OFFICER FIRED HIS REVOLVER portions 01 the furniture, charge all the time. Phone The issue is handsomely, illustrated -
in violation of section, United States' 776 and you will be sup and the typographical work is I The Star Steam
AND SHOTS ATTRACTED ATTENTION revised statutes. plied. first class in every particular. The
or" .. OF UNITED STATES SURVEY The warrant was given to Deputy entire issue was'tompUed and printed E. Q. Zadek Jewelry CO. I
Marshal Bundrix to serve. At Fernan- HOME WORKERS at the plant of The Florida Sent-Viel Laundry. *,
BOAT WHICH! WENT TO dinahe, learned that the schooner, <* BUILD HOMES this city and reflects much 'credit upon MOBILE, ALA. -
his able of .) XT E- 'J.&r4en St. Phone 114.Pentacola 1re** gia *aHfrMfra- ** H
with Berry on board, had sailed for Editor Lewey an ,, corps as.?: HH"" j
if: RESCUE OF PARTY Crandall, a small town on the St. siMantz. -! Fla.:

,; b Mary's river, to take on cargo.
:' 'The Jacksonville Times-Union con The deputy marshal secured a small ANCIENT ROME .'
generally are moving about Cumberland I You Have Malaria !
i trfns the following! harrowing'tale of launch' at Fernandina and prepared to sound had put Into port. Thena is now merely a memory of the past _;
make the to Crandall for his
trtp' man.
shipwreck and almost miraculous rescue Ballard's Snow Liniment is the family -
squall came and, without ,
on a
. With him went' a man to run the THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO -
: : sel In sight, the plight of the launch liniment of the twentieth cen
Helpless, in a hopelessly crippled 'launch and Policeman Davis, of and those aboard it was a most pre tury. A positive cure for Rheumatism
, launch that was being driven relentlessly II'Fernandina force but the latter going carious one. Burns. Cuts, Sprains, Neural APALACHICOLA, FLA. MBRBINE
,; ; to sea by high winds blowing off I merely as a friend of the United The sea grew choppier and choppier gia, etc., Mr. C. H. Runyon, Stan-
the'mainland; heavy seas striking the States omce'oThe as the launch drifted farther and farther berry, Mo., writes: "I have used Manufacturers of "
small boat and rapidly fining !it with trip to Crandall was without Incident out toward the open sea the Snow Liniment for Rheumatism and
' water firing his revolver In the last Berry was secured and witha'nurnber I can't enough in its
; higher and stronger waves plckea':' it all pain. say Cypress Shingles WILL CURE YOU
of witnesses, aboard
hope of attracting the attention of placed up like a chip and began tossing it praise." Sold by all druggists.
the launch and the trip back to Fer
AI some vessel that would brave the about CUBES
threatening to sink it and all; \
nandina began. Here United States
r quail and rescue them and finally aboard at any moment. 'Have you Prepared for the Rainy Day? %"x"x18"w"
H. Baker, Jr.
Commissioner J. was
and carried to Fernandina
f;' by the up United States survey boat waiting to give the prisoner his preliminary "Amelia" to the Rescue. The aiodern Workmen of the World, x 5" x 18" LIVER
> The little craft was rapidly filling C., will
of I
D. you
1 hearing. Washington, pay
Amelia. Capt. \VLemon that in .
: with water, and all realized that withIn sickness
Launch Is weekly benefits !In case of or
t brief, is the story of the narrow es Crippled. few Cypress Tanks of all Descriptions.
a moments the boat would have I
takes of the balance
The trip down the St Mary's an'd accident; care CONSTIPATIONGUARANTEED
yesterti&y of Deputy United
cape been driven so far out to sea as to '. in of death. The write Catalogue and Price List
Bundrix out into CUmberland sound was made of the far ly case for
Marshal T. J. a prisoner he
shut off all
had under arrest witnesses, and without Incident and the little launch, hope of rescue. best fraternal organization in they!
Then Deputy Marshal Bundrix took
with ita nine persona aboard, was country and the laboring man's friend.;
others who had made the trip In the
I : \OOtDm an d. Prisoners and witnessesand PRICE 90 CENTS
1 : 'launch with .rsha.t mating good time back towards Fer Gentlemen and ladies are entitled to ,. ,
the deputy U1 all who were not needed in man 18 to' .- "' -",: '-- :"- _:::,: : ,' .'" -
nandina. membership in this order from ALL DE ALERS.
For a time it seemed as though the aging the launch and keeping it above
55 of habit and of sound mind<
; little party was beyond hope of rescue Then came the unexpected. The en. the water were ordered to begin --
; : I and as it was only because Captain gine began to run poorly, and finally their hands, their coats or any. and of good character. Wfe hold hold 1'' --
\ Lemon risked his own boat and life in stopped completely. Efforts to repairit thing obtainable that attract at. a meeting next Friday' night, June 21,
( the squall to pick them up that there 'were unavailing, and the boat, with tentlon. Marshal Bundrix might and Police-: at 7:30, at 2S& S. Palafox street at i GET YOUR
the of Its floated helplessly irf the room 1, old armory hall, and all that
<: i 1!(not another ending to story party man Davis pulled their revolvers and
,1 {, wind, directly come In between now and Friday night .
the trip. Deputy Marshal Bundrix sound. A strong Wowing began firing, and all In the boat were 1.i
: E returned to Jacksonville yesterday off shore and steadily gathering shouting with all their lung comes in as charter members, and all
.. r evening, and not until then were the force, was driving the little craft slow. littU above them, lying,power.A close to that come In between now and then
.. ; details learned1 of the arrest and almost IT out to sea. Cumberland Island and sheltered from the membership fee is $6, which includes !T ; ELECTRIC FANSNOW
- rc fatal end for officer, prisoner! and It was Saturday afternoon: and the the storm was the "Amelia," in chargeof membership fee and one.
l' witnesses. The story, in brief is fishing craft and other vessels thatTHERE'S I Capt. W. C. Lemon, the United month's dues. We issue $500 and], ; ; ; i
and in 20
$1000 certificates paid
_. ____.. _n_._' ._ .. ___-._ _. n' n __ ._ duty States in survey that section.boat that Captain has been Lemon on years. :See our organizer, Henry up R. ,
: 28 S. PalafoxSt.
Wentworth. Office %
!:' hear dthe rapid succession: of revolver
., room I,cold Armory Hall. Office
shots, and realizing that it was probably -
hours from 8 a. m. to 11 a. m. and 4/
a distress signal, moved down in
f A REASON the direction from which the shots from 2 p. m. to 7:30 p. m. Phone 776. g4

1 came. Picked* Up Party. FINE, WORK TURNEDOUT I I, We have a large supply for sale or rent

A St The Amelia had scarcely moved out BY E. W. WIALTHER Unfortunate

:.I ,, from Cumberland Island when Captain I
I Lemon'itpied'the launch,.the little par Some of. the neatest work in the the They .are the finest things in the worldto
GRAPE-NUTS, the delicious breakfast ty aboard' !It wIMly.waving for help. line of merchant Tailoring that is be-*'I Waitress-
Without an instant's hesitation he Ing turned out in the city come from
food needs no cooking. It is ready for beaded his boat toward them and, run. the shop of E. W. Walther. who recently -'(' keep off the stegomyia. We can
; ning close beside, picked up Deputy re-opened at 12 VfRom'ana\ : Lucky Mistress ,
Marshal Bundrix, Policeman Davis, street. All of his old customers have
instant use and is a crisp, toothsomedish the prisoner, the witnesses and the returned to him and have brought clean and repair your old one.
two men running the launch, gettingthe many new ones and the large number;'! IJ J Visitors for dinner.
i of decidedly attractive flavor. It entire nine aboard quickly and of orders he is receiving keeps the'I Q Table almost set.

possesses high value as a strength- safely.Then without even asking. who the "old tailoring man"ranks on with the the iWaltber's!, and his''1 I
party was or why they were out on 'workmanship 13 entitled to all the I q Smash!II _
making food welcome to athlete, brain the launch, he put out for Fernan praise that It is receiving. Mistress heartbroken and ,
dina and, shortly.afterward landed _1 IJ J trying to "
them all safe m land again frame up apologies for "patchwork"china ., 4 ELECTRICIAN.
worker and invalid. EXPEXT
Prisoner. Discharged. MISS ROSA McAH'AN OF BUTTE, service when she recollects it is .' "
Deputy\ Marsha1'Bwutrlx at once one of ourOPEN t. .
In place of any form of meat try carried the prisoner and.the witnessesthat How After Two Years She Found a Pensacola Florida.
he had subpoenaed before Commissioner Remedy for Dandruff. ,

; hearing was Baker.given Berry The and preliminary, In the Miss Rosa McAhan' of 211 West Hurries Kitty here and, of course, Phone 345 or 955. New Star Laundry Bui la-!:rr-

err! opinion ol the commissioner the evidence Quartz street, Butte, Mont., says: we.can give her duplicates of the
was not sufficient to'warrant "Herpicide has thoroughly cleansedmy pieces she broke. In twenty minutes -
holding him, and he was discharged scalp of dandruff, with which it they are washed and on the table.
l He and the members of the crew that was entirely covered';, and it has The it saved I II Iq Tree"is
IJ{ day 'Neath the Shade of! the Old
: GrapeNutswith had 'been held as witnesses at once stopped my falling hair, I have tried Apple
special order had to to Europefor
left the otnce and prepare1 to return many different preparations in the I Suppose a go
to: CrandaJl and rejoin the schooner. past two years, but none took effect the matchings and mistress had to wait
Deputy: Marshal Bundrix returned to except Newbro Hterpicide. Dandruffis four months or more for them) all' right, but is takes an Electric Fan for comfort

Jacksonville. In speaking of his trip a germ disease and Herpicide Is an IJ The moral is obvious. Electric Work and Supplies of all kinds.
he characterized Jt as probably the infallible destroyer of the germ. "De
most exciting that hey has yet taken stroy the cause you remove the ef PENSACOLA COMPANYPhone
good rich cream and some fruit foi ou his official business! and unhesitaU 'fect." Kill the dandruff germ. Ask ELECTRIC
ingly said that he had no great longingtor your druggist for Herpicide. It is a
has worked a repetition' I delightful dressing; allays Itching; 570.Subscribe .
breakfast. The wonders -
change When the story became: generally makes the hair soHt as silk. For sale W7 SOUTH PALAFO, STREETPENSACOLA : -- '
known his many friends about the city i by W, A. D"Alemberte druggist ana!'
in the way of health for many; itr were congratulating ,the deputy marshal I apothecary 121 South Palafox street Journal
,: on hU narrow escap from whatat or send lOc in stamps for simple to for The
t "t may suit you. Try It. one time seemed certain'death. The Herpicide Co., Tetroit, Mich. I ,_ ,. __ ,



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STORM T fNT Un Our 99c Special ':: ._ ii Trii: .-----'-. :..! _. -.. ,'\.:----""- --- -, -. --" .:'f.p.- --.- '- -.-....-----.-- -Q"-t:<'. '__.'.4- 1.. .':_:; ;' 'F"..",>' >- .. ..I i!!'

For 'This Week THE FOLLOWINO-' ii

I n OVER[ WST[ 5 Ibs. Granulated Sugar...........2Sc ..t1. -: .

I % lb. C. O. D. Blend Coffee....... 10c 1...1 1I it.., ,

1 Can Peas.. .. ...................08c .>."

I S 1 Can Corn. ,. ... ? ........:. .08c \ \! )'J'.,..:
.S:,: .
C CUBA 1 Box Mothers Oats ...........08c SC1A .l "
1 |lb. 12&c Prunes. ........... .....10c BARCAiSs iii i

1 Can Jelly...... ............:...05c ;;t'

And Will Cause High Easterly 1 lb. Baking Soda...;. ,.. ....,...05e 4..',f

2 Ibs. Rice. .'_ .. .............10c ,'.

Winds on Florida Peninsula 1 qt. Vinegar.. .. ...'..........05c ,

Today 1 Box Shredded Cocoanut.. .. .-.05c .. ;>I.j!: WILL000NSALE ,

If there's anything worth running 99c

after in this weather its Another storm warning message '
reached the local weather office yesterday MONDAY
our new Double-Breasted Out- afternoon MarketPhone
of the storm. The >{
ins Suit! disturbance is now apparently moving i

north of west over western Culba, and ,
There's quit a -run on them, is likely to cause high winds on the 1361Cor. Promptly at & o'clock at

and to get one you'll have to coast of the Florida peninsula to-day. Government 6 Olivia Streets I 11o
The message' was as follows: .
run In to get your pick. "Northeastern storm warning 4 p. -- THE BUSY STORE
: '
See the lapels on our sum m., Tampa, Punta Gorda, Puntarasa, BY I ; ii'
Key West and Jupiter. Disturbance j FREE
suits how different apparently moving north of west over 'MAIL "
mer from;
or near western Cuba. High easterly If you are a stranger in the city, ask anyone you meet and they will .f:
the ordinary kind, broad hand winds on FlorioS. peninsula 'coast tonight BOOKKEEPING AND SHORTHANDto .
and Sunday."
tailored well shaped,' they addso The maximum temperature at Pen- personal FIVE persons instruction in each who county will,deeiring within 30 days take direct you to The Busy Store. tl:

much to the looks of a coat. sacola yesterday was 89 degrees, clip and SEND this notice to either of :

4:30 while daily: a.summary the m.minimum Observer of weather was Reed 75 degrees in 'his nsyesterday at DRAUGHONSMottgomery Remember, your money will be cheerfully refunded l if you can match .I,' I

=- North"Th9 Pacific pressure said states is highest and lowest over over the], 9Ju/J ncJyCC our special offerings elsewhere for the price. ::jml r ri

Utah and Wjoming. Unsettled condi- i
tions Atlanta, Raleigh, COol i ,
still prevail over the eastern t t"J
lumbia, Shreveport, Dallas or Jack-
half of the country. The tropical disturbance -. 'f
-- has advanced slowly north-!I, sot We, Miss.aim teach BY MAIL successfully, or 300 Ladiesand Misses' Ready-to-Wear Hats, worth Best 50c Lace Lisle Hose black or'white, on n 1f'
wary and moderate easterly winds are]I REFUND MONEY Law Penmanship, Arithmetic 33c 3
$1,25 to S2.50 each on sale at 9 o'clock saleat 9 o'clock for. 1
White Barber ShopThe blowing over the Folrl-da peninsula i Letter-Writin: Drawing, Cartooning, QQn ---------------------- t,1
Business English Banking etc. I t
Heavy to excessive rain has fallen in! Colleges States. 300000.00' Monday morning for
27 in
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white barbers, formerly of, 35 eastern Georgia and South Carolina Capital 17 years'success. Indorsed by nsi. 1 Ladies' $5 White Linen Suits i on sale I at 9 11
S. Pa'afox' St., are now located at No.S where it still continues; 4.16 inches ness men. No vacation;enter any time. Writa I : $1,95 r
for catalog. POSITIONS secured BOJIEY 50c end 69c Lace Braid Hats in full colors to o'clock for .
( ftp
E. Government St., next to Western has fallen at Augusta; the eastern YOU MUST in order to J"et;Home REFUJlDED'j 1 ---- ------------- ; .H
Union. rain area has extended northward to .2,. write now,thus:"I desire goat 9 o'clock for__ \\\jv\ '
-------------------- '
New England. Showers have also occurred more about your special Home Study Offer made Ladies' 90c White Lawn Waists lace I
IE tha pubiishedat1NVESTI or embroidery L
from central California north, Men $3,00 No-Name black .190 .
COTTRELL, ward and' eastward to Wyomiug., felt.Hats 9 8 trimmed, at 9 o'clock for------
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. Temperatures have risen considerablyover brown'or gray, at 9 0 clock______________ e J1.i; ;I

L Pensacola, Fla. England the Northwest eastern Georgia and fallen and in South New I N f GATiONOF 10 yards Finest 12 l-2c Bleached Berkely 40c Genuine Jap Matting Rugs to close out '1 lOc : 11

WATCHES AND CUT GLASS Carolina."Indications point to lair weather for Cambric to each customer for----_------- 79 f c for ________________. ____________________ ex t.

W.Something A. Gahlenbeck Swell in Gold 21? S.Jewelry.Palafoz St this be expected section to Sunday..night and Light showers to fresh naj One lot of 8 and lOc Embroidery Beadings and 21e Best $1,0010-4 White Bed Spreads on sale at* i i: 1

L north winds will prevail." f C CONDITION N Torchon Laces on sale at 9 o'clock_________ 9 o'clock Monday for---- ---- ----- ---- U 9c it 4 t .I!l
5 and 18c Printed Lawns and Batistes choice -.1

Kodak PHOTOGRAPHERS Supplies. Finishing SINCE for 1870.Amateurs mO[ 5 RESULT[5 l i if ,, styles, In Mill Ends, to go, per yard, for, ----- 5 e $1,39 o'clock Full for 10-4___White_:_____Bed____Spreads________to__go___at__9_ 98c 9 8 '1 1 --I.

R. K. WHITE Remnants of White and Colored Wash Goods to go +i j,

Watchmaker.Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate regardless of cost. Best lOc Ink Tablets to go at ______________--_50 a _i 1

Optician 30 S. Paiafox Street. Pensaeola. Fla. :

"'- or f ao rooi T Tf $1,25 Palmer; Hammocks on sale Monday at "7 Best 5e Ink Tablets to go at._______ ______3'1-20 i "

Offered for Sale in Pensacola is OG Ii
9 o'clock'f r I ,
Tersely ToldS. ---------------------------- 36/inch Messaline Taffeta Silk, in black and colors, { ;

Being Pursued, and Further 25c Embroidery Cloth_ Dresser Scarfs at best $1,00 quality on sale Monday morn- PC p !

A. Alford, a prominent naval l f llCongressman o'clock for----------- 91 lOc 0 ing at 9 o'clock for______ UUU ,
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stores visitor operator to the city of Chipley yesterday., Fla.:, was a : Arrests are Expected -:----------------- !

\Y H. Wiggins and H..N. Crumptau 1 10yards.Standard 6 l-2c -Calicoes, or ,Apron QQnGirighamsrto 59c Wash Jap Silks, in dainty hair stripes and Q On ff,,.

of Evergreen, -Ala., are among those The investigation fot the condition* each customer for___________'UUU. checks, new styles, at 9 o'clock, only______ uUu ;:'j! ..
of meats offered for sale in Pensacola,
who are in the city. ': ;;;:.,
[Lester, of Georgia, which started last Wednesday when tlift'
County Road Superintendent Davis''was the major and health officer visited
' in the city yesterday and left with .Succumbs to injuries Received the packing houses, has not ceased by j 21 yards stout Sheeting Domestic 1 lot of 12c fine White Goods, Madras and Fancy White Goods {
four prisoners h0 had recently been any means, but on the other hand has 9 o'clock' for . . .. .$1.00 rtWft 1l 1lat
sentenced, and who will serve time: on bargain counter at..7} c: worth 20c 25c and 30c, special {
Friday Evening. just started good and further developments 1 lot of 5c and 8c Embroidery and ", ';. .
on the county roads. are expected during the ear and Incertings at 9 o'clock for 3%c 1 lot of very fine White Swiss, (Monday for., .. .? -lt .. ..I5o 1-a ,:;
The fire department 'was called out ly portion of the week. f,
yesterday morning shortly after 8 In fact, it was stated last night that 1ft
o'clock! by an alarm from box 51. The By Associated Press. more information had been secured regarding -
blaze was at Xo. 114 East Chase 'Washington.June 16.-Representative the condition of certain classes Special Silk Bargains. Extraordinary Bargains inWaists Embroideries, Etc.
Lester, of Georgia! who was in-
street a small vacant cottage, where of meats that have been offered for
one room was slightly burned. jured last evening by falling througha sale in Pensaeola and that arrests 36-Inch Messaline Taffeta Silks, 1 lot of 8c and lOc Embroidery
skylight, died at 6.22 tlhis evening. would follow shortly. soft, fine finish, worth $1.00 per Suits and Skirts. iBeadin' s and Torchon. Laces,Monday ..
The program at the Young Men's Congressman Rufus E. Lester, whilesearching In the I yard in black and colors, only.69c
pursuing investigation the
Christian Association this afternoon for two grandchildren last mayor is not only acting in his $5.00 White Linen of colored "Vat- only I per yard .. .. .. 20
at 3:30 o'clock has been arranged by evening went to the roof of the apartment Best 5Sc Jap Bilks: in black and teen Suits at 9 o'clock Monday -
city of the capa'i
< h de Roberts and is to be a good one. house where ha lived made a ex-office as mayor chairman of city the but colors, to go at. .. .. .. ..34c .. .. .. .$1-95 50 pieces 5c and 8c Embroidery: ,
The numbers will! 'be rendered by misstep ann fell through a skylight to health. These matters J15.00 all Sflk.Taffeta 'Suits, Monday Edges and Insertings, special
ladles. Th? association building isopen the eleventh floor, thirty feet below him and he in company were with: the" 75c< Faille colors Brilliant Silks, all lead- only. . .. .. .. .$7.90 OBonday ,.. ... ..3c ,
Ing special Monday..42c40c
from 3 to 6 on Sundays and all breaking his leg badly bruising his .
city health officer took .
prompt steps $5.00 and $6.00 Fine Wlhite Lawn
ten: are invited to attend the enter- body and receiving internal injuries. Fine .'Fhranc-
120 pieces Embroidery
'o make an investigation. Arnold Silks in new fancy Suits stylishly made, Monday ;
nment: or to use the reading room.It Congressman Lester was born in. The mayor stated yesterday after- styles. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..19c only. .. .. .. .. ... .$2.95 ings and bands, to go .10c25c ()
1837 and served through the civil <* noon that the health of the people 90c White Lawn Waists at 9 ,
will pay you to always buy Blue He had been a member of the state 36-inch Black Swiss Taffeta Silk, and 39c Embroidery, to go at. .19c
Ribbon Lemon could not be protected as long as the clock. .. 00 .. ... .. .39c d
and Vanilla. Abso- senate, mayor of Savannah and was food products were not clean, and not over 10 yards to each customer Lawn Waists,
Fine White
lutely deserts pure, goes twice as far and gives" eight tmes! elected to congress. that it was the duty of the city officials per yard .. .. .68*,!c $1.50 to go at. . .. . ..... At-'L' OUR FINE PRINTED' WASH .< i
the "Blue Ribbon
to see that the city: laws were 1 lot 50c Fancy Louisine Silks, All our fine White Lawn Waists on i
not vio'ated.! dark dress styles, to go at..29c Monday at actual cost AT SACRIFICE PRICES. r ;
; It is learned that shortly before the
MYRTLE BAY EXCURSION investigation was: begun a large quan- r yl
tity of mutton was found in a garbage -
i TO OAKLANDto barrel, having been placed there o'clock. 7 ;
- by a butcher, and that other kinds: of Souvenirs Given Away at 9
ooecial l Co The Journal. attend the '
:Myrtle Grove, June meats; badly decayed were found in
16.l1ss Hazel
GRAND REUNION ANDPICN'C garbage barrels. Reports'have also
Cuntaer of this place has gone to St. 6 s,0Il
Louis come to the mayor'of corned beef bad-
to spent! a few months with
trends and relatives. ly spoiled, that has been treated witha

friends:Miss Natalie Goldsby is visiting ; Of the Knights of Pythias offered preparation for sale of, or chloride rather'of sold lime and and he
Pensaeola this week. WEDNESDAY, JULY 4', 1906. is looking into this matter also. Thisis
rp-nt Thursday night McNair with of her Pensacola parents Given by Magnolia Temple, No.I, said, was done by a grocery store. TM H1 I annon & Co.r '
)1r. and Mrs. McNair. Rathbcne Sisters. Fare for round
75c. Steamer Columbia w'.ll; =
Mr. and Mrs. Boyett of }Mulat Fla., trip, I
we leave Palafox wharf at 7:30 o'clock!
moved to Myrtle Grove and will
JMie this their home. a. m. ii9 LEAVES ] .
Katie Mr. and Mrs. Roukey and family j_ .::.:,-"" _- ..'.'oJw..""''..: ';'_.J r \i-'',__-_, ,,,S3.t;' <_;: _'* ;:-. __ __ .1I,..-,__,_ ,e_ ., -. -t_;.-t.- -. -- '-5.-- '.. F .. rn ,-" aMISS ;.,> .
moved to the Navy Yard where I t
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Roukey will be convenient, to his Special to The Journal.
"Ork. I (Brent; uune 16.-The long drouth WI.LKERSON INJUREDBY The queen of Slcllr. P
A. jolly little crowd went to the Rea rozens i appears; to 'fee broken by fine showerson RUN-AWAY TEIAM Syracuse calls itself the capital of tho For Extra Quality and
Bluff: Monday and spent the day very Thursday and Friday. south but it has no cause to dispute
Pleasantly fishing crabbing ana' bath- Local rains have made good crops Miss Wilkerson, who is employed a: pride of place with Palermo. The met.
Itg The party was composed of Miss Almost since the beginning 1 Jr. some section! of the county; while the Kandy rdtohen as pianist, was ropolitan city Is superior In population Fine FlavorTRY
M Lillian' Gambles, Miss Bula Goldsby, of the world a frozen dish has others have been badly parched us,. painfully injured late yesterday after wealth and much else, but It Is deficient '
ss Natalie Goldsby. I I been a necessary accompaniment This is about: the.usual time for, the nopn by a team or horses driven by a; in what its ancient and glorious fS'iJi
e't The many friends Of Mr. J. W. Boy to a good dinner. History rainy season to set in, and we may young man named B. L. Gearhardt. rival has in such abundance. For Syracuse 1
toH.are glad to see him improving so tells you how the old Romans look for too much rain in the near She was crossing the street near the I has the supreme charm of GreeceIn
Greeks gorged themselves future. when the horses became KINGHAM'S HAMS
'Ir and union depot, that no other city except Ath
John a way
C.-ove's Brown, one of Myrtle! I with: iced foods and desserts. A The Methodists have commenced a frightened and got beyond control of In Corinth, nowhere
Not even
oldest citizens who has been8''Ck i I better substitute would have protracted! meeting Friday night at the driver and she was struck by the ens
: for about two months, is .still i been the ICE CREAM: made the Brent church to be continued:: until vehicle.It In Hellas from Messana or Sparta In j
try ill I here. Its pure delicious and they see proper cause for closing: it. was learned last night that! her injuries the south to Thebes In the north, is ,
Mr. Frost of the Navy Yard was a' wholesome. Sent anywhere, We are nearing the longest days of which are about the ankle, are there any Hellenic town to compare II and BACONSThat
Tsitor: here Monday any time. 'Flavors: Chocolate, the year, and hence the shortest not serious, but very painful The I with "the queen of Sicily." As a sanc-
! Flossie Boone was a pleasant I VanUla, Pecan Strawberry, nights. Old Sol reaches its northern young man was arrestd' by the police tuary, Delphi is far more impressivethan
'sitor to Myrtle Grove Sunday. i Cherry, English Walnut. station in a few days more, and then lending an investigation. anything In Sicily, as a national 1'1 I
retreats toward the south again until meeting place Olympia has no rival, are Country Cured-not a dip, as some Hams are.KINCHAM'S .
PRISONERS PLEAD GUILTYBEFORE I Decem/ber/ when it will turn again-to ; THE NEW CITY MAPSWIL.L but nowhere except at Athens is a i
JUDGE BEGGS the northward. SOON BE RECEIVED Greek city to be seen today which has '
I COFFEE, The grand trunk northern roadway I CANNED EATS
Three prisoners, who were held in is ripe.for repairs between the city! Hooton & Watson, with their usual the proud record of the marvelous metropolis \ /
ttr county jail on various: charges,I] Rolls and Brent. The bottom has fallen out enterprise, have ordered a large num- of the Sicilian Greeks, a city I'
* -s'ered pleas of guilty, receiving sen morning at 5 o'clock. the horror of all teamsters. There Is I a shipment of them within the beauty as Athena herself, and victor j I
:dees\ as follows: an immense amount of heavy haulingon next few days. The maps are up-to- at last in :the long and fatal rivalry I l EAST HILL GROCERY CO.
Tom Taylor gambling, $10. and this section from the brick yard date in every respect, contain the subdivisions which indirectly involved the passing i
COsts< or 45 days. saw mill and fertilizer factory, and blocks, lots ana!! changes in of the Hellenistic dominion of all the j I
Chas. Hui'son' beating train brick: pavement will be street names in accordance with the .
way on Kandy Kitchen Cafe. soon requiredfor lands washed by the Ionian and Mediterranean I
5s and costs Or 30 days in JaiL the roadbed : ordinances of the city. The maps are seas.-Century. M. F. BOWES Prop. ;
John Q, Gardner, obtalnlngproperty 104 S. Paiafox. Phone 999 !I would suggest ,the use of Baylen very desirable for office or generaluse I Gadsden Sts.
Phone Cor. and
by false promises, $25'and costs or' I street for the electric car line to the and.there will no doUbt be a large ,, 212 Hayne rK )
tb.rl1llP month- I I city limits.; THOS..McMILJAN. I! demand. for them. Read The Journal's'Want Ada.l ,.:(
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DAILY.' WEEKLY. SUNDAY. i 'Louisville Courier-Journal. i .: o'clock noon Tuesday "_
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t PUBLISHED EVERY MOR.NING EXCEPT MONDAY '14.................-444....O....+...... 6....t..... $ 5 tO IND.25TO I chairman Board of Bon.f. ,*"

,j Fla., for -Jie (/:'G',.-U..'..

t There is good reason for the belief government cf the people, for the peo. ) HALL AT PEXSACOU
; THE JOURNAL COMPANY. that, long before the assembling of the I ple and by the people seeking the A Dozen Stores in One be accompanied wh: ; ,-t,
National Democratic Convention of greatest good to the greatest number,, of 11000.00 on aj :
190S William Bryan will against the of dishonest ':
Jennings organized power bank
$-u-u u --j--- -- -- -- -- jw as guarantee for II'j
f have been put in nomination by states money-gftting through favorItism It's to your benefit to realize our scope. We are a dozen ? In a Surety Com'pa'n
FRANK L. MAYES, President and General Men g.r- enough in their 'separate" and several and privilege, the government of in one I I. And not a single store in town can duplicate our in Florida! win n ; .' .1".

T rnjw, -x-ru- wuw conventions to leave the larger body syndicates, by the syndicates and for article we sell I contract is r :
price. on any awa: : I only the business of confirming an already the. syndicates. The with dozen different things to buy performance of .
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. or know busy woman a tue w
selectingof The latterwe surely
I agreed candidate. ,DOW.
S WULflJW u-flfl ju L rfuw-- -,_ -h- JMfUflWt1 his :yoke-mate and the building of a rules in the two houses of congress 'at Kr s'. She spends one-twelfth less time and one-third less specifications.with the are*...'. .

: platform.In Washington !it not in the White Above-all, she is satisfied I
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. this there appears a certain instinct House, aet'piolbI .matic 'character In a Kress' Store you can buy articles sold in a PLANS TK>NS AND: SPECIF! !,'.:..

One Tear... .. .............|5 00 One Month........ ........ 45 of the people' which ofteu baffles is playing queer politics and pursuing China Store Art Store Hardware particulars can v ,
Six Months... .. .... ...... 10 the best laid :plans of the most devious to what finalityno "
...... 2 50 One Week........ ways, Goods Store Stationery Store Candy StoreFurniture from the Architect. M
Dry ;r y.
Three Months .. ... ....... i.25 Weekly Edition, per year.l_ ( ticians.far-seeing statesmen and astute: poll- democrats man can everywhere plainly see or feel say and, but,believe as Drug Store Toy Store Montgomery. Ala. 'Ii'or

Jewelry Store Men's Furnishing Store Oculists
That which is about to happen to bodying no good to any real or L.
t The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed Mr. Bryan happened to Mr. THden. lasting reform. These prices prevail : HHLTON GREENC'iiairrnaa

Rejected by the party leaders in 1880. The republican' party is a mammoth :
Circulation Statement Can Be , Pensaco'a'
", when the issue of the old ticket would trust. It is the greatest of all the syn F j
..- __ fl.. flffl.r,1rrJu..JUflft.rJ'vu Have swept the country, his unanimous dcates.: It coula'! not if it would, NOTij

: acceptance' came too late In 1881. mend any of the abuses which havegrown Monday9a.m.EmbroidarySale of E. A. Gassman. d .. >
Offices, 108 and 110 East Papers on Sale on Trains I The of had ministration and j. "
I I sage Greystone grown up under its legatees, distr.buu- a'-
z Government. Phone38.LZ'" : and at all News Stands. I old'! and infirm and could not avail which appear in every department of: Extraordinary having claims or ,u-m-!
himself of the glory that"at l length was the political, commercial and economic this estate \'
r- u-- S 1 1VVL" .LJ 110IooI his. He lived however, enough arena'. It for the requ co
long is responsible lOc yard them to me within tYo ,',
I to witness the triumph of the cause conversion of the publ'c: highways to o --
PENSACOLA FLOBOXA SUNDAY: MORNING, JTJiNE 17,. 1906 which was' dear to his heart in the private uses; for the diversion of the date. Frank Gassman, ai"
One half million It tremendous May 6. 1906.
yards was a
person of a nominee put forward 'by taxes for the purposis of revenue to

: Small Slaughter Houses Vote for Congressman himself and his immediate friends.Mr. purposes of emolument, for the consol chase and it will be a tremendous sale. The line is
Bryan is mora fortunate than idation of all official powers to a few

Should Be Investigated !Jn Third District. pendous. Some 27 inches wide. Values up to 50c.White Florida.County In Chancery Circu ; CI";.'.::

Tie horrible conditions disclose by The total vote for congressman in Anderson vs. Charles \ Ar

the government Investigation of the the Third Florida District, as compiledby On Monday, the 6th ..1 i,,'. :

Chicago packing houses has turned a the State Democratic Committee ;, 1 .,. ...,4 Figures 14 inches I S'pecial-Bean Bakers A. D., 1906 the defenuaj! ,
t A.
-large majority of the people of this I shows that the present: Incumbent, W. 4 Statuary 1 high, included in our 10 cents. to the Anderson bill filed, is against require h."-.
country against packing house B. Lamar polled '.._ ta \ -" 20 beautiful models I Two sizes and worth 25 a
a majority of 2961 This order to be publshe:
products and, as a consequence, con- over Jefferson D. Stephens. The complete .y : .. -... Sp are school boy and girl, dancing ; week for eight ((81 i cons!'('...

sumers are relying, to a great extent, vote by counties is as foHows: boy and girl,sacred figures,.Venus Teplitz Vases and in The Pensacola Jour ,
upon the product of local slaughterhouses Lamar Stevens. / de Milo, Composers, Minerva, : 10 cents. published in said Est.: ;r
and favoring native cattle as ......,. .. ... :: animais.Each A. M. McMillan. (rip!!
Calhoun ... .. ..158 210 : .. (- : 10ft Imported from German,
egainst' western beet. This is all rightin Escambia .. .. 1482 231 :(.. %t: w W .; Court. By L. G. \ymard r
Franklin .. ..... ..., 238 80 ...... ......".. .... J/ Fla., May 25. }!&'*
theory but, in the absence: of an '
Gadsd n .. .? .? 447 83 .......,........ Kress' Nickel-Plate Ware Sale ( 27mayosWSHERIFF'S \.
Inquiry into the methods ot the Holmes .., ... .. .. 557 &59 11! .\\ti; !g

slaughter houses which supply local i Jefferson ... .. .. .. 229 76 fl.i( 'f" ...........:; ...... 25 cents SALE.
of an execution i issuer:
trade in various parts of the country,' Jackson .. II' ... .612 12S5 .. ...... I 0.-
there is certainly a question whether. Leon .. ... .. ... .. 426 377 .. s' .. '......... / ]Jl.l This ware is beautifully and artistically decorated Escambia Marine County Ciroiiu i -.'
'nt Grocery Co.
Uberty .. ... ... ..132 .. .? -- -- -'- are p : 5
57 w'1.t
the conditions at local plants are any Madison .. ..670 14S -;:, :: iII4l : number of fancy designs and is the kind that is d B. G. Caro is detcmU, ,
better if as good, as those in the 10' S. '. \? 'I//rIb ,'d., ..... .,... upon and will sell! at p
Santa : "
Rosa ... ..559 38 S
.. \ sold at three times the The assortment .
of eattie price. to the highest bidte- '
large plants where thousands Washington ... ... .. 313 122
are slaughtered daily. Wakulla ... ... .., ..224 251 ,/ ( / dripper coffee pots tea pots, tea kettles, cuspidors front of the CountC,) t
Where Immense capital' is employed Walton ... ... ..... ..503 114 ; door in the City of Peciaar ?
: the 2nd day of July. A o
and' the necessity exists for saving '-., the legal hours 01 ,.
6580 3619A .
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every particle ot a slaughtered animalit I .-' WAtCN iSS' wi N described proper:i r
b but natural that the greatest care senate that can stomach Depew /1 I (1) share of the Pena

should be exercised/ to prevent waste. and Platt ought to be able to put ; 14. '- Association being 121n:: -
up t
.- the stock of said a \ .
This being the case is it not fair to with Reed Staoot From all accounts 71)q \_ Pelt, Sheriff of RT. : i
presume, even admitting that a large Smoot Is a far better citizen than ) '\ Florida. 8nne1aw4vSHERIFF'S '

part of the report of the government either of the two mentioned. ...:.....:......;'....:....:....; .. ,.. SALE.
experts is correct, that a bluff, at r : ,

least essary at to cleanliness prevent loss is absolutely of meat nec-and It, ,having is possibly put that In Dbhn so many D. Rockefeller years- V{ ;; { t ]- }t.}:tf;::: ij'" ''I ......:::.. :.... The Glorious Fourth Escambia J. J.of Hooton an County execution and Crc'.r A :\-''-<"
consequent diminution of profits? gathering coin of the realm has gone Wffft{{ { ft ;{ ::.. ;, : :::: and Frank Sii, : .-'
While the question of meat is in- to Paris to see. the elephantIN : I have levied upon ui.i! j '"

: der discussion it would be well for the 'iWt::::.. '\\ \ N Will be fittingly celebrated this year by public outcry to the: :ngr-. ,:
I A POISON 'FACTORY. ., cash in front of the (l i I'
..; authorities in every community where ;" \\ door in the City m .

: there Is a slaughter house to investigate : ften al 17 'Drug- Have a -Faicln on Monday, the 2nd a" .

the methods employed there and tleu For the Workmem. 1 / N \"RIG" 5V Knights of D., 1905, during the ,a.

"Slip on this glass mask," said the : sale the following des
to enlighten the public as to the rela !. .acI9-, .
to-wit: One (1) con '
foreman. "You will need It"The
; the cleanliness between the respective f'f utensils with hot *.

-. local plants and the gigantic- of glass visitor, and donned the. foreman the uncanny led the mask way ,i, WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN.. Who will give a Grand Picnic attachments, one '

t'L plants of the meat trust to" the cyanide of potassium department .. ; goods, one (1) iron \
r.- spring, three ((3)xn: .

;; Mr. Bryan gave another evidence: oft "We make 1,000 tons of cyanide a Mr. Tilden; He carries ,no disabili hands at Washington, the concentration Wednesday, July 4, 190AT and household goo '
his conservatism and diplomacy when ties. He has survived the crudities of all financial power to a few ladder, one (1) small ..e
he said. "A dose of five '
year grains ELECTRIC PARK ; ( ) towel racks, one (1) .
I f: he declined to express an opinion as is a fatal one. Thus our annual prod- and hysteria of the ill-starred campaign hands In a few money-centers: for the t > ,
(1) child's chair -
one II>
: of 1896. Though he went to a elimination of the spirit and sensesof
to political conditions in Russia. uct Is enough kill'2,500,000 people." ff.We settee, one (1) willow '- ,
dwindling instead of a rising vote in accountability from the party want all to cornea You will
I He opened a door, and a room filled 1900, he held his' organization and fol fabric; for the corruption of the very oak cane bottom ch-::
f r Lock and Dam Canal i with writhing flames, dense shadows, lowing intact The end of the campaign sources of tile political fabric in the have the time of your life oak center table, and o: r -
parks smoke and weird figures in of 1904 saw him the one kingpin legislatures and:the electorate from i article: J. i r > ,;
: Across the Isthmus I .l lass masks was revealed. In the cen- erect and' standing; and since one end of the land to the other. of Escambia t' : ,

,.- /While the decision of the national. ter of the room, In a great caldron, 100 then it must (be conceded that he has This Is not an over-sitatment It On arrival of 3 o'clock car, a patriotic ; 'jMi-'t-, : i
: house of representatives in favor'of a I pounds of molten cyanide of potas- carried himself with a prudence and Is not a prejudiced statement It is M ENTNOTICE. '
". lea level canal will hardly meet the 1 alum bubbled and seethed. The flames aplomb intimating to thoughtful ob- fully substantiated by the revelationsof will be delivered by the Hon. W. A. Blount, Jr. : Is hereby giv 'n ; 1. !.
I ers the growing rather than the tha year gone by; the revelations ,. '
the of
glinted strangely on glass masks. an attachmen: ?
views of President Roosevelt there I I At 3:30: o'clock match of base ball between
.; The foreman coughed. waning, man. incident?' to the insurance: inquiry, the game against Frank L> II' J
can be no question but that a large I The Nebraskan is at the of revelations Incident to the proceedings of E, "
"These fumes, he said "are whole- height two of Pensacola's crack teams the winning ; Judge's Court
f: majority of the people of this country I II .om The men, you see, are all robust his powers. If the party cannot be of congress, the revelations incident Florida. And the" L. i' 1

; will approve the action. There are I. have known weakly chaps, united on him, whom else? There is a to the exposure of the corpora- team to receive $25.00 in silver. ; all other person-;. ,'. ,
tions, beginning with Standard Oil: and
many points in favor of the lock and :working here among these strange living hope among the democratic to appear i d'h> -
fumes health and rank-and-flle that we carry the next ending with the Pennsylvania railroad. At 5 o'clock the field begin: I 2nd day of July, .4
t dam canal one of which: is the fact'II' to pick up strength. election and a latent fear that thechance There is a moral awakening. Thereis sports iI I & Blount Attornt :: >, 1". .
In another clean cool the finIshed .
that it can be constructed in some- room of doing EO may be blighted by a popular revulsion and uprising. Catching the pig. '1rndyav ,,'
greasy :
; thing less than half the time of a sea cyanide was stored. It looked possible factionalism, mndtiled by mis- There must be-a thorough: overhaul: I

"- level canal. The expense, too, would like crystallized white sugar, good leading influences,. perhaps by corruptand ing of the system, a complete changeof Shoe mixing race. : I
I to eat.'Ooodenough.
enough corrupting Influences. These parties In government and no mat
be far less while it is estimated that I -' to eat said the foreman democrats refuse to' take two bites at ter how attractive the president may Hurdle race, and other senS I[ Journal Printed
the cost of maintenance would be over many
I gravely. "Well, we have had a cherry. Mr. Bryan Is as good now a/ppear in the character of a reformer, 1906
f- $2,600,000:! per annum more for a sea i men eat it Four maD committed suicide as' he will be two years hence. They or how successfully he may shape the sports. !; Fflay, ,
; level canal than for a canal built at i in that way. intend to say so. They do not intend elements so as to force his party to a Total of
!;<_ an 86 foot level, as contemplated by "The fumes seem to create In our to wait. What he 'Will' most need will accept him, or defeat in 1908, there Is All winners will receive valuable prizes 1;
:. the measure which: has Just been men a desire to taste the drug. They be moral support and this they mean a prevalent bell -which may prove
jr. passed. and as recommended by the fight this desire, most of them successfully to heap up in sufficient 'measure and irristible-that Mr; Bryan has served,, At 8 o'clock grand prize dance begins, !
his probation and earned his rewaro, ,
in advance. As a consequence each ,
j board of engineers which was calico! as workers, but ip they coffee all.feel plants it, the want MJCC to state at least in the west and south, that in his person stands an actual couples taking part, winning couple to 1:
i:: together for the purpose of deciding whidh meets in conven'tion' for any and!< visible victim of all that is wan
chew the coffee beans, and some feel ton and criminal in our politics; that $10.00 in gold. j II
upon which type of canal it was more purpose from now onward will follow
.f t- desirable to construct I It so strongly as to succumb.Cininnati the lead of Missouri, Arkansas and Indiana with increasing years, and study and an Average of
j Enquirer. naming him as the standard travel, has come increasing wisdom;
t, Chairman Shonts, of the Panama bearer for 1908.,- that, in short, ha can be trusted to Grand Fireworks Display at 10 o'clock. I
I Canal is' for the the helm from
k Commission authority VIRGINS' GARLANDS. So much for the more or less super'ficial take and steer us away 5,828
! statement that the lock and dam canal the breakers of gang-andjgraft politics!
'.1' and party aspects of the case. Reduced rates on all railroads. Electric j
its In the Republican
i :: can be constructed in a little over six Memorial In an English Church to But, behind them, and below them, having headquarters DAILY
II Girls Tra to Firit LOT. there I Steering Committee of the senate run every half hour. i
j I :. years, while the best engineers agqeel lie, yet half-hidden, forces im and in the republican' speaker, and figures show T" ?;B'
There are seven "virgins' garlands"till measurable and momentous. The -
that It would take nearly If not quite people .
"' his rules committee of the house. f:'
in existence In Minsterley church, haYs lost the control ol their Government Journal's
, twenty years for the government to Such is the and portent .of month of Ma ,
Salop, the first of them bearing the and they begin to feel it, to meaning I the "J.
i,l complete a canal across the isthmus date 1554 and the last 1751. see it, to know it. The free sliver emotion the Bryan boom and, movement, which average number ot

at sea .level. ,Chief Engineer Stevens, They consist! of silk ribbons and for it was little else, was mere- upon the "Return to tha Native," will ,,.................... ...................o...... .
17. : "
j ji ly the manifestation of of 1, 5,800 May :
a distemper
, who was formerly one ot the most ball and covered i "
: paper shaped, are at once receive an impetus and acceleration 18 f--
whose real nature and extent, in 1896, 5,800 May :
i staunch advocates of a canal at sea with rosettes, the inside center of the the country was not fuBya(' great enough to allay all doubt THERE'S NOTHING 5,900 May 19 ?**:

; level, has been 'won over to the lock cane or wire frame supporting a pairof Something afled'it. It cried aloud, of its spontaneous and popular charae- 5,700 May 20 o-2jt-

: and dam plan since he took up his paper.gloves. They represent a ro- and, in answer to its cry, various doc- 5,900 May 21, '.,
.l residence on the isthmus and, In a mantle custom of very ancient origin tors appeared; many of,them empiricists ter.The Courier-Journal accepts the situation QUESTIONABLE ji j 6,250 May 22 .'0
and are sacred to the memory of girls most of them strangers, but all ... May 23 >*
t recent address it as his opinion I heartily. If is a democrat, pure '
; gave who while betrothed in their youth of them urging a nostrum which, as 5,800( May 24. =, .
7 that a sea level canal, if constructed lost their intended husbands by death, everybody ought now to. realize, was and1 simple.! It nurses neither sores in the quality of the furniture sell. best 5,600 May 2o. : ;
'. we It Is &'
would be of no value on account ofl yet remained true to their first loves. not a remedy at all nor scores. Nothing' has ever enteredthe can buy and believe the best 5,600 May 26
money we of both 27 B '.J
the strong current that woulo! be con Each maiden designed her own gar- If Mr. Bryan had been ,elected in head of it about Mr. Bryan which i f and quantity. If You have a house to furnish, or a 5,600 May May 28.

: .tantly flawing through it. Not only land, and at her death this simple em- 1896 and the free silver cure-all could it did not long ago kick! out at -the room or want a single piece of furniture for any ,, 6,300 5,700 May 29. -. ";3

;,. this but the problem' of controlling the blem was borne before her by the village have been tried it would'havebrought heel and It Pl"OPoses'to" labor earnestly the home or office, we believe you-will find Just what ... M ay. :.*;':
lasses, the white gloves being aft. no relief. On the contrary it would want and require here and at prices that mean a 31. : *''
waters of the Chagres river In times and unceasingly to make his election 5,800 May
: erward added. After the obsequies have resulted In overwhelming disappointment in-g to you. Aat any ernt, we invite inspection
o! flood would be almost insurmountable thes? garlands were suspended in the and' reaction.' Just as the an accomplished fact entertain i buying. Then, too, our. j 5,800 157,350

: \-with a sea level canal while, with village church on a rod bearing at.its trend of modern thought had set ing the while the very liveliest and for the month. -

the canal at the 85 foot level the heart of against slavery the middle of the last largest hope. -
: sur extremity a In the shape an Now Pay Later Planputs
century had the same trend set Buy i per day. . 5,528
escutcheon which the initials and ,
>: plus water could be taken care of with upon against the double standard at the --

:IT-- suitable spillways. date were Inscribed. These were originally close of it Slavery had become Impossible FI-SHIN'! TIME. everybody on the same footing as to certify that flip 0"1'

!What further action wiU be taken fixed above the maiden's pew.Some" and it went its way. Free The silv'ry trout are bitin1 The man with but little money can have furniture is correct accord-ng :0 :'n"!

'.. aby Congress on the measure before it of the' earliest and forgotten silver was equally impossible, and it And the red fish: takes the hook; as the man with plenty of money. Just a few on file In this office
garlands were composed of real flow- has its Its disappearancemakes
gone way. .
< all to get what want.
need You
you you
to the for his Big schools pay
goes president signature of mullet jumpin'-
: ers, but later the covered hoops described democracy, whole again. It what you get while using it !
is, problematical. but it is hardly be were substituted. brings democrats "together once more Just a waittn (or the cook.

lieved that the chief executive will There Is a passing allusion to this precisely as fetter the war of sections :Mouths water for fish chowder i I

1 veto any measure providing for the "simple memorial" of the early dead" they came together, all factious and Hearts hear the'can of iwild- MAR&TQN & QUINA i
issues the bond of
fractional removed',
In "Hamlet" "Yet here she is allowed ,
construction of the if Come let's fishia1While
especially eternal the on go a bpfore !II.
vital and
her Virgin crants," "crants" algn1tyingprlandi.Lond011 agreement yet ; i 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pertfacofc j i i to and subscribed
It goes to him after a large majority Graphic. pact of the masses against.the classes; I I the weather's nice and mild. ; 'day of May, 1906.PlRRY ,
r vote of the two houses. the militia against the regulars; the Ii i T.- :- ...................................... ........ DICKEN.

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MORNING, JUNE 17 1908 '
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BOARD OFORKS WANTED MOBILE[[ TO BUY f fT .' "_ '_ -_ _" _',' :r... __ n': ..:: '... _.'. .: .,__' :. -, __ : : : .' __L "!I::: : n : : ,;:

ON G GARBAGE R G [ =- The ,public know, T THE.E WATERWORKS *ashhurn wc.o1j Cri isi'fl;

CONTRACT T that all '
our meats are. K I :

inspected before '
we put T. ,

Contractor Long Will Be Compelledto them on the market. !' Believed, People Will Endorse{ Ac- !

Fullfill Contract-little They are second to tion of Coun oil- anner-B scan, iEDAL 1


Business Transacted.The none. WeddingBeneralNewsof .. ;

Mobile. -' = ,,, __
=:t-2""'" """" ""' --=;!; !
Board of Public Works: met In The I .

regular session last night, but beyond '
Seeciat to The Journal.Mobile. .
the approval of the pay rolls for the Ala., June .
-The council' .
first half of June comparatively' little! West End Market ratification of the mayor's propositionto FLOUR j

business was transacted. The quest purchase the Bienvllle Water Supply --
Company's plant is a matter of interest .
: of garbage collection came ann: i
on up
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Phone 385 and importance to the citizens 111.; ""<
Contractor Long made a statement as of this place, and while there is divergence I
to thr expense of Its collection. The of opinion as to detail} and ,price; i
cltv engineer was instructed to surwy it is a growing probably that at the;
and mark the corners of Havana and election in August, the people will Is world renowned absolutely the best I

Alabama Parks. VICTOR SAFESThis give the purchase the needed!! final endorsement ,
The meeting convened at 5:30 p. m.,
with :Messrs. Zelius, Bliss and Daniel!
Death of John
present. The pay roll for the first half I
safe awarded News of the death of Mr. John Wilson biscuit flour
ordered was
of June was approved and for
paid and numerous bills were passed. grand prize at the at his home in Leavenworth, Kan. a charming delight
was received in Mobile with sincere
The contract for furnishing feed for World's Fair, and although -
regret Mr. Wilson and his Mr.
the month of July was awarded to inexpensive, It is: son
:Curry & Co.Permission. the best safe made. J. Howard Wilson' introduced the
was granted M. A.: Du- electric cars in this old town when Like
that system of motor was in the experimental good housekeeper. pudding the "
in proofis
:buisson to remove a tree from
front oil the premises at 408 South Al We Keep Them in Stockand demonstrated! stage with and, keen in foresight other ways a ,
canlz street A petition from Alex. i
financial wisdom and at the timean
Llsdikoff for permission to remove a can give you just same
large tree from In Irom of property what you want or If we intelligent courage and faith that the TRY II.
has resulted advantageously to !
owned by him at Jackson an DeVil haven't got what you want concerned, especially to the city. all eating. !:
liers: streets was referred to a com we can order it for you ;
mittee composed of Messrs. Zelius and and save you money. Drop Danner-Bacon.

Daniell with, power to act. It was the us a postal. One of the prettiest weddings ol .,
sense of the board that trees should June the bride's month, was that of
be protected as much as possible, and Miss Venetia Neville Danner and Mr.
no permission granted to remove them Wm. Johnson & Son, Inc. Robert Bacon. Rev. J. B. K. Spalne Grocers Who Sell OdJd Medal
except in exceptional cases. i iI I officiating In the presence of a large
Garbage Contractor Long submitted Incorporated. party of relatives and close :friends. .
i statement showing that it rot him The interior of the residence of the .
$293 per month to remove the garbageof bride's father; Capt A. C. Danner on
the city. Mayor Bliss was in favor Government street, was tastefully D. J. Cunningham Jas. Hansen & Co.
of modLfying the contract to allow of decorated.To '
the contractor removing the garbage NW[ NOTES[ Of the wedding march from gor H. Cravey R. H. Harvey

from the western portion of the city geous Ldhengrin by Drago's orchestra C. O. D. Market
on one day and from the eastern pore entered first the ushers, Mr. Ben Pad G. Marasso & Co.
lion of the city on the next cleaningeach gett, Mr.' Tom Simms, Mr. Santo j
John T.
every other day. The contractat Rufoira, Jr., and Mr. Joe Phillips. > ,
present provides for the taking up THE[ STATE T T [ Then the matron of honor, Mrs. ; A. C. Lambert SylvesterCarnpbell, Warrington
of the garbage daily. After some dis- ClWby Keplinger, preceded the bridesmaids ,' :
cussion it was the sense of the board Miss Julia La :e. Miss Mary :. A. ZeliusA. John Peter
that the contractor be required ful Rich, Miss Lettioe Clark followed by
fill the present contract Miss Lola Belle Goul The street superintendent was authorized C CAPITAL honor.

to remove weeds that had The bride, petite and lovely followed H. Muller J. E Williams
been cut by private parties: with the on the arm of her father who

city wagons. gave her away at the Improvised al J.W. Marble J.: B. WatersJ.
Alderman Renshaw, as agent for (Continued From First Page.) ,tar, to the bridegroom, who with his

centain property on the corner of best .man, Mr. Harry Majeska, met H. Register -- ;Warfield Grocery Co. .
Garden and Palafox streets was notified termined 1 lot of men, a mob, if.yo'r,will them there. 1
to commence the construct'ou: of a for want of a better name; The'matron of honor!and,the maids J. B.. Roberts'' \ C. M. Wilson ;:
sidewalk in front of tho property at I Clark's Drainage Scheme. were in pale rose silk tissue over silk
once. In.the event that work was not Frank Clark,'who has proved his trimmed with lace-, and each carried a Geo. W. Pryor & Sons East Hill Grocery Co.
commenced immediately the board will worth as our representative, anti is no pink feather fan and an armful of: .
advertise for bids and proceed with longer referred to as the Gentleman pale pink sweet peas. The maid of I
the work. from Oklahoma! has jumped hito the' honor was' lovely In pale rose radium I Pensacola Bakers who make the best bread use: GOLD MEDAL
The city marshal; was notified to limelight nits a drainage! plan that I silk, and also carried a pTnk fan and
take action in regard to material *fl Lids fair to out-rival Governor Brow pink flowers. '.The fans were the %
the street on Main near the city jail ards favorite stunt. He nis made: a bride's gifts to her attendants.The Pft:ffer's Steam Bakery *: Chas. Hartman
snag at the corner of Palafox and Chase modest r('Inestf Uncle Sam for tLe! bride herself was a dainty vision i
streets million: of dollars that: wouij go to the In her bridal robe of white chiffon
reclamation of the arid ]aids of the I! and point lace over white silk, and
Basketball Lawn Party. west, to be applied! to tbs drainage of carried a profuse shower of lilies of PENSACOLA GROCERY co. :

The girls of the basketball team and the Everglades, and has aLso asked for the valley.. ,
,4th grade school No. 2, will give a an appropriation for a survey for a During the large reception that followed ,
lawn party on the school grounds on ship channel across the state. A ship the ceremony, delightful cooling I .
East Gregory, Tuesday, June 19. Basketball channel across the peninsular has long beverages were served on the rear Disiributora1
game begins at 6 p. m. sharp. been dreamed of and would be of im lawn from a Japanese easy where ;
Tbstoffice, gypsey tent, with fortune mense value to the state as well as to Miss Gertrude Smith presided at a
teller and other amusements. Refreshments the commerce of the worth: big punch bawl I !
; A bevy of the bride's girl friends in ". ,
at reasonable prices. Wether Mr. Clark really hopes to summer frocks and dainty ribbons '-: ---'- -', ,_: : -:. ,' '. -= ,: "" -
get the drainage
appropriation or
who served!, were Miss Virginia Hern- :
wbether has
he seriously Editor
don. Miss Emily Boone, Miss Varina ,
For curing ambitions Jeff Davis's advice to all with political Gould, Miss trance Harin, Miss Carrie can traveling in a swagger suit of j _, ...o.k!.. !r..H ;:..t a'ST_U Wrmrcas:H R"OtH-H "to scheme, i
get a drainage I
I ntMSRTTem; Hunter and Miss Gladys Gaul S Indigestion because Tloridians love to be drained'I
J air and Mrs. Bacon were Joyously white, with hat and accessories tomath. I
Dyspepsia do not know, but I believe that If he !
"seen off" on the train for an extended I
Costiveness, iiili'l
.4 Biliousness, can age pass will such become a bill a popular Everglade thing Drain in. trip to Chicago, St. Lbuis, and other On their return they will reside at ;;I Our Pianos Are Built By spe
t northern and western points, Mrs. Ba-. Captain Danner's until October whcrtj,
fi Sick Headache F.orida:' and our valliant apostle of '
thenwill to housekeeping.
.: L Female Ills, wake drainage up, to Governor find himself Broward famous., would Touring go In Europe. I W who have attended the highest skill in ::piano building. This results in Hi.m .

v\ )0., Malaria, Fever Live Oak Curiosity. I NOTICE Mr. A. C. Harte, Messrs.Hery Clark, I pianos of unsurpassed durability, beauty of finish, proper adjustment tr;i iIf
and Ague, Down at the wonderful town of Live John Hill, Rio RusMra, Jack Ross R.J 1 ,
I. .ri there's nothing Oak they have among many other desirable State and County'Tax Heron, Adam Grass, Harry Hooper, R'I j and perfect lasting tone quality. Now;is your opportunity to buy one. r r
Herndon, R. B. JTcGehee, R L. r
things, a curiosity in the
to equal shape of a man'who probably' coula'be Payers. Strauss, H. Merrfweather, W. M. ,
the Bitters. governor 1 if he would, but who I will commence June 20th Maiden, Paul Chaudron, B. I* Spalne"Ceorge j BUY ONE NOW-PAY WHEN YOU LIKE

lt iRS Try a bottle would not, even if every man, woman Peppers and R. S. Brooke, have
: i to make up my list for publication pone to spend the summer touring Ii
and see.PRES5 and child in Florida cams antf offered
I England' France, Norway, Sweden, anyway call and see us or write us about this plan. Many a home now JJj
him the nomination: This remarkable of all unpaid taxes for

< --- ---- ---- I 'ege nan,to who be thinks a private it is citizen a greater than prix governor .- the: year 1905 on real estate !I I Switzerland Jolly and Outing Italy.Party. enjoys a piano under this plan. You can? too. d

T I, Is named William Josephus Pay your taxes at once and One o* the jolliest outing parties of

Hi' the cost of advertising. he: 'season Is that spending this week 'ii ..
BURTON Some one has said that "Captain .In the Eanes summer cottage at Point I ya t Oldest and Largest 114-116 S. Palafox St.
2'' Ll H'lhnan's' heart is as big as his body, J J. S, ROBERTS; Clear expecting to return to town a Music House in'use I Phono 15 C
t '1li li'N'L'c that his purse is open to any worthyj State and County Tax Collector Monday. In the party are Miss May M Florida PENSACOLA -I

I j i charity, he is the advisor of the banker Owen. Miss May Hybart, Miss Sallie rGEO.! W. C. CLUTTER, Tres.Clutter. B. E. CLUTTER. Sec Wank.sNa

I the pal of the preacher the chum Van Antwerp. Miss! Carrie Duke, Miss m !-l Jm- O'm; t
of the small toy, the friend of the Olive McMillan Mr. Maury Lyons, Mr. i s.aaaaa x uaaauar.a
Indeed of every- AJdridge Mr. Willis Hubert, Mr. Bob
poor; the friend Look '
body." P6r n. Mr. Joseph Bright, and Mr. .

There is hardly a man in the state Winfleld' Partridge, chaperoned by SAFES 1 SAFES SAFES! SAFES H i : at. ,
Mrs. William C. Dukes, Mrs. Henry
who is popular with all classesI
M'tjT more
I 1 than he is, or who, is more desservedly Prosperous "f.T. Earnewell, and Mrs Henry McMillan.Lyman's Buy Ciebold Safes. 7t- IN MEMOR1AN.' : : O The 1SD8 Model

I ( so Big-hearted, bIg Ibrain 1, big-! Scarritt Moreno, Agent #
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Robert Bob
I L i Hugh RsmingtonShoSes -
touted. He lives a simple, -wholesome Annuity.
busy life at Live Oak, taking his and beProsperous *
I I Yankeeland is conservative even i *? Hi'i
recreation from the business cares entailed to its.traditional traits. Do You Want The
The Slmpl"a1Uat8afatHIDdicat by the vast concerns< he is interested perpetuating -
-ta4 ealy Perftet in, spinning around the'country Here is the latest example of Our Hugh from us has gone,
S"iUlDI Pea No glut fillet in his big automobile.With shrewdness in L"lan of We forever i with its new billing attachments
-ao Jet to lpJl-Go! doniar : Jennings must part; and instantly interchangeable carriages .
or takag' great wealth thousands: of Athol, who gave the town $9,000 on 'Tis hard to break the tender: cord tabulator and two-color
friends who love and honor him. and not one-half of the people you When love has bound the heart.
Iii thlmPll'P buttollu know condition of receiving from the BEST ribbon movement, 13 the most complete .
: )11I4 the pea ells i freedom from all the cares that the meet in 'a business way combined
la a 411II. office would bring hen, my hat is off 'whether you are prosperous or. town an annuity of $540. Up to When died there 9 of
mamma were
Write the instant II I to him as 'the 'moat: sensible man in whether you are an importantsort date he has had $16,200 and is still And now there are only'7 Billing andCorrespondence

touches the paper the state.SL'EEPER. of man-a man of means and'I hearty and with a prospect of getting I guess she called 2 cl them

i consequence not; and they I. considerably more. Boston i To dwell with her in heaven.
LEFT TRACK will form their first impression oa
Eagle50Flash Glofe. Tackle
) AND OVERTURNED these ponits from a dance at I Fishing Through all pain at times he'd smileA machine manufactured. Designedas
I IEa. your clothes. If you are In "hardluck" Art Above Rateret smile of heavenly mirth it was for fast service, built for

.tf with 14 karat oIU sold The Pullman car attached to train you cannot afford to look)'I Art Is one of the greatest phenomena And when the angel caned;,him 1 home hard use, recommended by experts
pea point-tnot nlcaaiK4 like it; and if you are prosperous,: I He smiled farewell to and guaranteed against wear,it is
rubber! tad folly tutruaeed.; No. 2 from the east left the track you can still less afford to look)! of our world. It Is one of the most Tennis, Golf. Baseball and Athletic! offered as the IdealTypewriter

Fj4ls" .1.-No.25 shortly after leaving! River Junction "hard up." We sell the kind of, serious of things. Nature has no art Goods, the best Phonographs and records -Hugh was only 22,

Fuels with f1uh"gold bands Na 28$%.50 last night! and ,overturned. ,,giving the clothes that will make you look: Nature IB grotesque and weird, but the best Dog Medicine the best I A voice we loved is stilt.
I+ sit shaking and as though 'ship had. come in.' art Is oars; It Is human. Art means
ree 13.00 few occupants ,a good up : your the best Tires, the best I Eut a place is vacant in our home
with mid b&Dda.oo some bruises. The car was badly Give us a callWhite anything. A system of philosophy is Bicycles Lock and Key I Which never can bs filled. for producing the most good work In
the best
Std In Stsdooaa esker left"Pensacola as much art as beauty In sculpture and Typewriters, the shortest time with the least effort.
TOCR MdOiher SuaAat damaged and a & NixOUTFITTERS rhythm aid cadence in poetry. There Fitting 'best Trunk Repairing, best"Gas Lonely the house, and sald'the hours Write today for full description.
donut all the bcle If he early in the night for the point where I. tbe art of living, the art of meeting' Lamp, and last, but not least, the Since our ti+ear brother has gone, Local Meats wanted for
"FLASH""ni the Fountain Peiutbca the car was wrecked to place it on >eopl No bird gives real mnsie. The best Roller Skates But a brighter home than ours unoccupied: turnery.

III. Etch r pea tea ibtaiatelr price direct par.utcc4. to* the track. Inest nightingale sends out only weird WhY goto In heaven is now hig own.HIS.SISTER THE ARITHMOCRAPH CO.

The train was delayed for sometime Your MoneY's Worth or Your Money Back tones; but It Isn't music. The only ma- : LORZNFL Majestic BIdg., ChicagoJACKSONVILLE

Eagle Pencil Co. i and arrived' la the_city! late. The 'PHONE 790. alcal sound In nature Is the sound of : -
Uuufictartra3V water dripping from a rock. Art is Yon should read The Joutnal's'Want
passengers were transferred BRUCE
/Broadway.New York sleeping car the regular coaches and con- Next to New Brent! Building jypernature, antinature. It Is neither F. B, Ad pages every day. They contain FLA.
to items of interest to the laborer, office
29 S. PALAFOX ST.' mitatiou nor rivalry but something ;:
tinued thefr journey. Thecause of we'give to nature.-Dr,_Emil.Belch. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA nan, and merchants. 204 West Bay Street,
PHONE 790. <
the wreck is not' known -

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TENDENCIA STREET. 2 BLOCKS $1500-Neat cottage in good neighborhood

Of the properties on our list, they possess I WEST OF PALAFOX, LEASED FOR splendid shade..and large .,

considerable speculative merit and in : $420 North West 1-4 Block 12, lot. For few days only.
many 1600-For two blocks fronting 300 A large supply of CITY MAPS, contain-
instances you will be able to sell them in PER YEAR. TH'S' IS TEN PERCENT West King Tract; 6-lots __ feet on- Bayou, gcod house and

. the near future at a good stiff advance over. I, INCREASE. INTEREST IN VALUE., AND. IT WJLL _________..____ _-.- $350.00 under several fenca outhouses, good water.wharf,This all ing allSUB-DIVISIONS; BLOCKS, LOTS

'their present prices. I 10 of the prettiest build- also to be sold quck.: It is abafgaia and CHANGESINNAMES: OF STREETS

at the price.

OPPORTUNITY IS "NOW"Call LESLIE E. BROOKS, ing lots in New City, over- $21000-Gets can be made brick to stores bring $175.00per which (i accordance. with City Ordinances) will

looking the Bay.
Phone,462. Fisher Building, month. be received i in a few days.
$20,000-Splendid warehouse site closeto
write what want what '
or us you ,: ,you .
Several beautiful lots in R. R. and water front.If .
have to invest, and, let us figure with ,you. These on Good Heavy
the residence of you have property for sale list Maps are mounted ,
WANTED portion'
Money to you.Pensacola it with us. We'l sell it.
: ,- North Hill. Telephone 918 or eaU it office. \ Linen and on Rollers and are UP/TO*

t II '\\l\J.\'TEJD-Men| ) $91 monthly made 201% Thiesen Bldg. "We Sell Lots."

I" passing bills,tacking"signs,etc. Life For prices and particulars DATE .in every particular,

Investment Company i'Distributing'business.* No Service canvassin'g., Chl. ago Continental, ilL apply toMcDavidHyer I WANTED I i I

17jlt JTju-Laj--j-JU--rLnj-un njirju--ru-J-J-j__-_rjjjWANTEDTable -_-_-.-. .---.--.- !,
a. H. D'AIEJHBERTE, City Manager.W. W.: -. : '
TAILORESS-or seamstress; steady boarders. 208 !
work but good help need ap Company .Gadsden St. Miss Robinson. 17jWIWFED
B.KKOWLES, President. R. B. SIMPSON Secretary.J. I. ; none W. 12"West 1 HOOTON & WATSON
ply. Call at E. Wb.-ther's .
.E.STIIIHAN, V.rres. anl Gen. Manager. KJIOWLK BYES, Trtisarar.Kael : Romana street 17jlw TO PURCHASE-A tractof j

Estate Loans General Investments. I I Agents New York land in Flor'da, need not be tim Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.

WANTED-Two traveling salesmenin Life Insurance Company. bered, but can be both: timbered and
'215 South Paiafox Street, Pensacola, Florida. each state, $35 week and,a',1 traveling open, must be net less than 300,000 iO\t 54 No. 37 !>- PALAFOX ST. P. 0 BOX "L"

-- __ expenses; business established acres and not more than 80c per acre.
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-- '-- I 16 years. Cal'fornia: Cider &. Flavoring Address J. Numa Jordy. 495() Godchaux _. "'
Co., Box 1347, St Louis, Mo. '"" '"foIJ[" T-'P-.h-' '- = """" P.-: =--e11;
Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. building,-* ew Orleans, La. 17j2t D"

Will Double In Real Estate, Loans 17junelt WANTEt| !, )>-Colored boy able to attend, V rANTED-We want your orders foi!t. Money to Loan. I -

\ to cattle and horses. Must be will -1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original Milling Outfit

and ing to work. Apply at Fish House! Some Good designs to select from. All,: MONEY TO LOAN Everybody borrows

Coyle :St. wharf. UJunelt : Things prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensaco-;' money from Jno. A. Hall ;& I
.a. 16feb. Co. 14'/ E. Government St. When innee'd

Value Insideof CoIlections.OFFICECOURT WANTED- Office boy; 2 stone maSons -! -Ele.ctric work ot eh kino. call on us.
WANTED ; ... .. For SaleCheap
..1J, HOUSE (white preferred) and ten la-J in Real Estate I Lit us c:our ,

borers. Apply to Pensacola Cement'Stone J I dynamo. !> 3 our viria;. etc. Pdcua MONEY LOANED on all kinds of pi

I Co., corner Wright and 9th ave. On East Jackson and Gadsden 570.' Peusacola:: Eleci.'" .: Co.. 205 S. fossl property on short notica
N. McH. 17jlt Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W.
Year streets where the car turns off 16th Baylea.: '
a Phone 1165. : Ifeb
ave. into Jackson street, in block 91<
A\"TED-'Foreman brick yard, W ANT D.-The public to know that
Notary Public of the New City Tract I have TO LEND-On good real estate
$1200; planing mill foreman $1500; lots, 100 feet running through the old newspapers can be bought at MONEY good collateral: ,
That is what a great deal of real estate -I Phone 466. lumber bookkeeper $1500; hoisting en- block. These lots face south on the this: office for five cents bundle.. Theyare Becurity rates., or. on Leslie E. Brooks,
in Pensacola is 'going to do and gineer $1500; locomotive crane engineer car line, overlook' the bay, the prettiest 'all clean and nce.WANTED. at lowest 21aa Consisting of two portable boilers anj i
some of it Is in the following list: $1200; mechanic with knowledgeof building lots in the whoe: of East Fisher building. !I engines, one of 25 h. p., the other 1 11111.

Half block In New City, fronting, For Farm Turpentine or electricity $1200; mechanic for mar Hill, very desirable! neighborhood. I .-A. R. Bingham want MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal p.; two sawmills; combination pla.a-

Calalonla square. .. .. .. ....$750 Timber Lands ble saws $1200; mechanical draughtsIman I. For quick! sale they go at .. .$2100 your moving and h;ullDg. He guai* property on short notice. er, matcher and edger.
I $5,000; others. National Employment The east 8 lots( : of B'ock 171, New antees'.aU breakage. Phone 630. Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstair 80 ACRES OF FINE TIMBER.
Hatf block in East King! Tract, In LARGE OR SMALL Association! ,"Century Bldg! ) '
QUANTITY St. Phone 1144.
settled neighborhood.$70J *I City Tract, between 14th and 15th 28% South This is not old, worn out junk, h tall
I Call on or Address Atlanta, Ga. 17jt aves. and 10th and 11th streets one i is in good repair and docs fie

One-fourth block on Toledo square, "I block from the car line. They are FOR RENT UNLIMITED amount or money to ioanoa work. Located one mile from Ch:,-
New City. .. .. .. .. .. .$800! Turner & Aymard, WANTED-Men and boys. wanted,1. pretty lots and a good speculation nn_____________ all kinds of personal property. ley, Fla.
New Real Estate and Co. learn plumbing, plastering, brick; -: .. .. .. .. .. .. .. I
Lots on 11th and 12th avenues, : Abstrat at .. $1550 ,FOR. RENT Will rent to marriedcouple Special rates to business men on la.r 8 For further particulars writeCOURTWRIGHT

City:, at. .. .. ... .. .. .. ..$200, P. 0. Box 115 DeFunlak Springs Fla laying.dollars Special easy offer payments life scholarship'fifty ;, position three months or longer, part leans. The New York Loan-Co., 2044

: { 200xl32& feet on East Hill carline guaranteed; free catalogue. Coyne of sx: room house fifrnished; use of South Palafox. I

.. .... .. .. .. .. .. .$1250 Bros. Trade Schools. New York, Chicago ;I I have two beautiful lots on the cor parlor, piano, library and gas range.
of Jackson and 18th Ave..
f; Lots in East King Tract or West St. Louis. 16J ner overlookIng Nice and cool, near car line. Ten dollars ; &
.I the bay, two blocks from the month. 305 Thiesen HOTELS.Amnj1Jlj1juiruijxnj"j .
room .
King Tract very cheap and on easy:
car line, two blocks from the' bayoa, I
; terms. Improved property in West: WANTED bodied white, II. building. -- 17j7t jCOMMERCIAL w ww
'A -Able men,
BargainIn two blocks from the bay, facing south.This Funa.i41
.1: Kng! Tract, netting 10 per cent on investment 25 to 35 years old, for 'general is one of the prettiest building HOTEL, D? .I

I $35.00 per month with board. work'i I lots on the whole of East Hill. The BAY FRONT house for rent cheap. Fla.-New management; newly furnished :.' Chipley, Fla. P. 0. Box 3C.RlisecUaneous .
t See us in regard: to Lake View Haven work. Apply by letter to L. S. property is well worth $800, would be Conveniently located, 6 large rooms. ; free bath and sample rooms;
.- ( Property. Prettiest place in New 0. Box 187. Pensacola Fla. 16j3t cheap at that price. I will sell the]I Apply- J. J. Sullivan, Jr, 203 Thiesen good meals and good beds. Traveling

City and is on Bayou Tcxar. Water Front Property two lots if sold at once for.....$775 building. nil w men especially solicited. Rates $.2
WANT; Traveling salesman for per day. Mrs. M. H. Stanley, Prop..

D. Hale Wilson & Co. Alabama by the largest and most FOR RENT Modem 5 room* houseon 29may. I

$2500For progressive southern whiskey house1having A GOOD INVD3TMENT-Business 9th ave., between, Gregory and r !\OTICE-tfuJng installed machini, ,
Phone 234 15 South Palafox I PARK HOTEL-Why pay $2.50 p?
established trade turn
an to property, corner Barcelona and ''aaten- Wright Sts. Apply to J. Hall, 506( E. room for the manufacture of galvaniz' l
when good
2-story, 8-room house, lot 240x over to good man. Applicants must day you can get as
dencia streets 49 ft. front on Inten- Jackson or phone 837. 16lw : 4n iron cornice, skylights, cornice ge'-?
L.- _ _ _ 250, on Bayou Grande. Good water. I state age, experience, reference, sal dencla by 120 ft. on Barcelona. Rented and bed for 50c. Coolest pace and get ters, circular mouldings, etc., I am now
Pensacola, and can go out
zs you
annual sales, expenses and losses
I ary under lease at U20,OO per year. At FOR RENT Six room house in good what you want to eat. One block from prepared to do sheet metal work .>fall
Address Z. Y. X., this office. 16j8t
I $2000
an extra expense of $300 the rent can repair, just painted. renter can secure postoffice. 22may kinds on short notice. Sati=f;:<'- J
1 FOR SALE reliable' be increased to $ 40.0G per year. The several boarders if.desred: ; if in. I i l.. tion assured. Estimates cheerfu ....
For one-story cottage on water's WANTED-A nurse. Apply prospects of an increase in value, are terested call and inspect. Apply Cad SUMMER BOARDERS-Tae Hotel given on work in or outside the elf c.

New eght! room house with hall, 10th edge, lot 120x200, on bayou Grande. at 820 N. Baylen St.' 14junelwWANTED good. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .$4200 Jones, Manager. Pensacola Oil Mill. Hyatt is now open for spring and summer Chas B. Vetter, 18 W. Intendenr.a.I .

:Ave. and 16th St. This place has to be -An experienced Installment -- Phone 515. lOjunelw* trade. People who wish to rest: Phone698. 25ma 1./1/
$3200 Lst! your property with me and I and build up, the Hyatt is the place.
Ecen to be appreciated .. ..$1750 collector solicitor. References I
and will sell It.MONEY FOR REX-"T-\Iodern two-story house, Hotel Hyatt is the best and most up- SANTA ROSA-Pavilion, L. S. S. offers .
Lots 3. 4 and 5, block 140, New (Buys one-story cottage, 5 rooms,.. required. Address I. X. L. with large grounds, partly under to-date hotel north of Atlanta; beautifully .j the best accommodation I ,-

::1 City. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$600 on Bayou Grande, 63x250. lOjunelw.WANTED. at the market rate of interest cultivation, located in northern sub located; plenty to eat; goqd' bathing and recreation to be' found <"n

,: Blocks 125 and 126, Petterson AJ- APPLY TO on city real estate.: urbs. For information address or spring water; cool nights; perfectly!I the Gulf of Mexico. Launch ls><-I':

.. t; dition. water front new six room -Sober, Industrious man to apply to the Pensacola InvestmentCo. healthy; no mosquitoes; no malady; 'a. leaves city wha-f daily at SOO: a. r:,.
collect Good I
house on same. .. .. .. .. .. solicit right and Apply to L. Van openingfor Winkle 9june home-like place to rest: ; 87 miles Phone 659. Chas.: H. Burton, Mgr.

Block 63, East King Tract. .$1,6001$2,600 Mrs. M. L Surgi Manager man., Brosnaham Building FOR RENT Cottage, furnished or I, north of Atlanta on L. and N. railroaiD. Ga. 12may.
J. W. Bullock Jr. i D. M. Hyatt Proprietor, Ellijay,
unfurnished on bayou for
Lot 7 to 14. inclusive, block 171, ,, Pensacola. lOjune If
119maylm.! you will look around the hnJ'p.
Fine water front for boating, bathingand _ _ :
New'City.. .. .. .. ..
.I. ....$1,600 you will! find a lot of ..
Care M. E. Clarke, WANTED Pensacola, Fla. and In house. 619 N. Baylen St. Room 405, Thiesen Bldg. car line. Address Cottage, care Jour. June 1. Large airy and delightfully : you can use old newspapers You
can buy them in 'J
J.A.WILSON&Co Sjune. nal. 6june cool Good fishing, bathing:: aad I any quantity a- ;
Phone 161.Wanted. boating. First class table. On electric office. They are put up in *>'mi\:\':-.

Real WANTED-Everyone to know that FOR RENT-2 nicely furnished car line, 15 m'nutes! ride from city. convenient to carry and sold at tne

Estate Agents, -- _j____._.___ .___ -- The Journal has nice, clean old papers rooms for rent to gentlemen only.I Regular boarders and transients. cents per bundle.MATTRESSES .

for sale cheap. Only five centsa I Apply to Mrs. Hester, 420 W. Chase I I Terms reasonable. Address Old Mill; AND
Salisbury Building, Room 7 FURNITI'REMattresses -
bundle. St. Phone 1095. 2junelm Inn. Pencarola. Fla. 4mayAiUUATAIN
: : made to order old on irenovatc.L.
H. ALFMAN-Tm : and Sheet ;
1 -4 I VIEW HOTEL-Clarkes- New ticks furn h.' .
WANTED First-class narber for colored Iron Worker cornice and skylights FOR RF.NT-A. R. I !:>
., c. 1- ; Bingham has storage -
k' ville, Ga. Nestling among the mountains hand furniture bought a" i
,_ 4 trade. Ring 10101 ring or specialty for rent
i a ; roofing, gutteringand room suitable for fur-
,.1 J of North Georgia. An ideal p'ace sold. Upholstering
: call at Sylvester Campbell Store,near repairing, 315 South Palafox! St. niture or other goods. 104 and 106 and reparng; son
,' to rest. Scenery and climate unsu'rpassed. : 114 E. Belmont St., city, }phone Vl\.
i depot Warrington, Fla. Phone 560 residence 1316. South
dummy ; ptone Tarragona street. Phone 639. Beautiful walks and drives. I Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis, Mgi
24 aprl. 2junelm. 365 feet piazzas. Accessible to many
FOR RENT-A nice 5
:.. I room cottageon points of interest No mosquitoes. TAILORING-B. L. Diamond, Tailor.Gents' .
: N. Spring St., with bath
/ etc.
gas I
WANTED WANTED B. White wants your at $15.00. Inquire Fisher Real Estate Excellent table. 19mayln| clothing cleaned, pressed and
.. >- repaired on short notice. No. :
hauling and transfer work. Satisfaction j
Agency. ijuno BROWN HOUSE-DeFuniak Spring
I :
West Government St Pensacola .
guarnteed. Address 1501-N Fid.Idee.
WANTED-All owners or poultry to beds
Good airy rooms, elegant
8th Ave., or phone 981. room
know that we are. agents for the celebrated cottage with ,bath and No.I meals; free bath and sample room;?.
Conkey's Poultry Remedies. gas. Special attention to traveling "
MATTRESSES RENOVATEDNew 1107 E. Cervantes street Two blocks me:! J. H. PORTER, sallmaser, 716 Souta:
I I Guaranteed to cure rupe, cholera Rates $2.00 per day. J. R. Brown
and to kill Seas, lice! and mites. tick furnished 1 if desired. Guaran from street car. Apply to H. W. Prop. Palafox street" Orders taken fir
I,I gape wonderful F. teed. Crapet taken up and matting Gibbs, care of Forbes Store. tents, awnings, camp stools and hotua
0' A BIB CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY Also their .egg producer
S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. 234.ISapr. laid if desired. Leave orders at 26maylm. cots. etc. Prices reasonable. SljarSHIP ,
13000.00 for large lot on East Ro-!I.I Green & Watson. Phone 193. 7mar FOR RENT-Elegant two-story residence Before laying your carpet or matting :-
buy a supply of old CHANDLERS-McKmzIe
mana St, near Palafox street, size corner Strong and Sprin! Sts. newspapers
I to put underneath and protect It. ing & Co. wholesale and retail! =h .n
80 feet by 240 feet Price $13,000 Only
[ < deep. WANTED The public to know that See the Piuto Water display! at Hooton's Apply to C. H. Turner. lOmay
I five cents a bundle at this office. : chandlers and grocers, only first.1/ a
ALL OF THE MAXENT TRACT can do all kinds of repairing Pharmacy. James McHugh, FOR '
Bare both by conferring with us, ] we -Two very desirable house of kind in city. Fair prices! to a.
when. 'out to buy REAL ESTATE. See WEST OF "C" STREET NOW FOR 1 float building." norse shoeing," etc. J. wholesale agent ljunelm stores on first floor of Manhattan! FERRELL HOTEL-Sneads, Florld,

b about some of the following: { SALE. G.: Welsh Carriage! Co. 27feb hotel Corner Garden and Baylen. Rates $2.00 per day. Nice rooms, MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-
"> I WANTED-Everybody to call and Just completed and J good beds, table the best. J. M. Ferell. -
in !
arranged first
Store N. DeVillier street, rentingor TO LOWEST 1, Willie! Mima, Proprietor. Porn
( $180- per year. .. .. ... .$1500 MARKET RATE OF INTEREST. WANTED-To sell a lot''of old papersat see the Perfect Pantry. Lawhornand class shape. For terms, particulars, Prop. l7apr ture repairing of al! kinds, car;. '
5c a bundle. Apply at this of Blackburn, agents, 109 E. GOT etc., apply.Hooton & Watson. for :
House oa North "C" street, cheap t 29Apr : laid, furniture packed sbiop.ri.!
MORTGAGES. ON REAL ESTATE! rnment street. 27maylm* HJTEL VEIL"\ON-Ra.tes $2 day.
',.t.... .:. .. .WM fice. They are all whole, clean} and per Phone 63. Next to Tampa Laniia.22Apr.:
*tS St .t Special rate by week.
IN THIS CITY.BOUGHT AND SOLD.) nice. FOR RE'lT-Second story crer Lindenstruth's Special attention
House on East Argon street only ]
..s... ...'...... .. .... ... .. ..$650 t, WANTED; 12 or 14 foot skiff. Ap- Jewelry store. Suitable:, to traveling men. Free sam- ..
98 acres of good farming land, a' W LL BUILD HOUSES on installment ply, stating particulars and price. for offices, sleeping] quarters or storage ple room. Mrs. J. P. Mauldia Prop. CARRIAGES repaired and< repamu:. .

bargain at ...... ... ..$1000 lEate plan, or cash.' You own the I: Thos. C. Watson, 37 S. Palafox.. rooms. Lee DanielL 24apr: ISapr._ I I Floats built to order. Horse sh ,
Four blocks InVest King Tract, Fisher Real Agency! lot I furnish the money and build: th" 27 may. FOR RENT-8-room, 2-story Cottage'i HOTEL SOUTHERN Open all tha I' lug a specialty. J. G. Welsh CarnaL:

,pach.. ...... .. ., ... .. !.. "..$1000 house. You pay monthly- same as 318 W. Belmont. Apply to Walker year. American.and European plan..1'I Co. 27f J
We' have numerous other properties ., COLLECTION! OF RENTS A i rent in a short time 'house is your. WANTED.-All kinas( or electrical April20 i, Special summer rates. F.rst-class; ] iii I -:
listed with us and it would pay! Pay rent 20 years It still belongs to work. I sell all kinds of electrical WANTED.-Real Estate! for sale or every respect Pleasant and convenient .' .

you to consult us before making yours i SPECIAL, '. I the other man. Will also' put down. batteries and other electrical supplies. rent, lea a or exchange. Your busl.I Mrs. T. L. Bowen, Prop., Pensacola. Board and Rooms.

investment I 87. st.l wells with good pump. 2-Inch galvanized When you need me ring 345 or 955. ness respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson -' Fla. 15ap -,
We are in receipt of advices from Phone 206 S. Palafox pipe, with brass cylinder attachment E. W. Peake, new Star Laundry building Real Estate Agent, 22% W. Government ?WtrlMfll.sms

the fire insurance companies represented will make from a well E. Garden. ISdec. street Room 7, Salisbury CENTRAL. HOTEL, CHIPLEY-op. ONE PLEASANT ROOM to rent W .1
by us "That all losses in California 'I 40 to 100 ft. deep, and so easy'a child building.: Phone 172. 23Jan depot Large and well lightel{ privilege of light housekeeping -
conflagration will be promptly'' can pump it. Costs but little more COURT HOUSE DYEING Pressing rooms. Free sample room. Steals at W. Chase StBOARDERS
paid and that THEY WILL CO=:-. $100 REWARD than the old dtfg welL, All satisfactory and Cleaning Club, 212 N.DeYilersSt. I all hours. Special attention to traveling .---
I .
1flNUETO FtJRNrSH ABSOLUTE, before a cent Get Mrs. T. J. Davis Prop. Your pat $2.00'per 226 N o,
A reward of $100 will be given for you pay my LOST I men. day. J. M. Tug- WANTED-At
INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY! of prices. F. M. Williams Contractor I ronage solicited; satisfaction guaraa; gle. Prop. 13marlm caniz street; nice cool room- z :
FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE FOR the capture Jaq Haney, escaped! and Builder, Room 80S Thies n Build teed. Careful attention given ladies'i I _. .... table; terms reasonable. Mrs 11 >
:ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS. | from convict ,camp. Description: 5":" ing. Phone 802, 1 ring. ljunelm garments. Phone 1222.WANTSDCarria'ge3 8feu LOST One black poeketbook with CHIPLEY HOTEL Can Setterl.ndi.: Donaldson. 27ma:. :
Protect your home. and business feet 7 Inches; 130 pounds; medium! i I large sum of money, owners cards! Prop. Special attention to eomm J!.

.gainst loss by fire' by insuring with build; age 21; carriage erect; brown WANTED Position as'meat.cutter by : repaired and repainted -and papers therein. Liberal reward; cial travelers. ,Free sample and bad FOR .E\iT-one or two nwnishei !\ f .'.
ts. eyes, black hair; complexion black; a man of six year's experience.Good .II ; floats built to ordr; horse if left at Water Company's office. i I i rooms. Large rooms with good be liI front rooms southern'

medium forehead; medium ears; round reference furnished.: Address shoeing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Car- 16Jlw ,I $2 per day. 13 marl ti? ure with privilege ;of phone \Lit
ESCAMBU REALTY CO. nose; medium mouth; good teeth; Box 24, Paxton Fla. .' 12Junelw! riage Co. 27feb ] ; .
a '! on desirable and near business >I' <;
round chn! ;"short neckIquare shoul. LOST-Black mare. brandK on fore I BAY HfTEL.-opeIt. lIght and day!: ter 422 W. Gregory. 13m,!:. \ 11
2Q4J/2 S. Palafox Street ders; length of feet la-Inches; 'vaccination W.\.VfED-Your stenographic work) WANTED.-ThaMerchants TransferCo. shoulder. Left barn at time of fire European plan. Rooms light an<

.c.H Telephone! 1052. scar on left arm Pensacola Typewriter: Exchange, wants your moving and bal1l1n Thttrsday morning. Reward for return -clean. Transient trade solicited.: Old newspapers at five cents a bunj:
,, General agents for Stat,,for Home YARN.. BROTHERS CAMP. 315% S. Falafox St Phone 379. All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tflor- to Sam Sunday corner Hayne 575-579 S. Palafox. Ju. S. Nicol&ol &t this ofice. They are all deal

Y1 Life Insurance Co.. of New York. Cantonment I 23may. sea Prop. Phone 978. Uu"elnL, and Strong Sts. 1I\j'1DP. Prop ,[ and '*Ja*



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I Thousands Each Day Who Are LfJ king forBsrgainsil 1


For Sale .... ...!... ..................... ............ 1 '
__ aaJ1JJWrflJSM- SLit JkrJJwJwu-J-umntJ1rs. l. McMillan Bros. Co.

FOR s.ALE-One good all-round'f'famIly WONDER GASOLINE ENGINES ....Passiona1Dfrectory ..
horse and harness. One top bug. u.
nearly new. One good wagon. A. i

E.iCjunelm.Turner, Bohemia, Fla. Phone. 246. t THE ENGINE OF FEW PARTS., T G, YATES H D..

FOR SALE-Two fine milch cows with ,
young calves;. can be seen at No. 306 THIESEV BUIWIN



roR monthly SALE payments-Five room with cottage gas, water.on i Private Wires N. Y., N. 0,. and Chicago.COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS. ATTORNEY EAST AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
and free delivery, one block from .' -.- ST.
car, cor. 8 Ave. and 12th street, East .
I Ii
Hli''!l. G. E. Brett. lOJunelw !
Navar Stores. : ,_ Dr
Savannah Ga., June 16.-The naval > roOf
TEA F i PAIHLESS! OJ1um': Iudaa ,
want a delicious cup of tea, try i Bought! and Sold on Margin or for Investment. i 1 stores market closed today as followsV'SV' : E ''-'h elixirof opium eo
"Oar Own" Blend it is superior to any \ .4 95 .1 -q laeorwlusteyftiwgi
dollar tea on the market. Only 60c TOG.4 75N. r ._- P I U W jticoiarsoahomeor book of ;

per pound. A valuable ticket in every l Reference: First National aoii Peoples Biaks Phone 1173 J. ., 4 55 !!I S&D&tQrJDTfl tTEftfe.
New Orleans Grocery Co. M.4 30 AND nent. Adaress DI'
package Phont 1rt5. Jas. McHugh. Prop. ........ K.4 10I. .' WlJrshy! .B.}!t. WOOLLE
.4 05 .A.t :r
7june._ _ _ _ H..4 00 -, -. .
--- -y I
FOR SALE-Finest car load of horses G.3 95
ever received in Pensacola. McMil F." 3 85
lan & Turton, West Intena'encia St. The Pensacola Abstract Company E 380to385

6june. .. S. ..3 70 to 3 75
Incorporated, C.: 3 50 This Cut Shows Our New Two.Cylinder

FOR SALE-Remington typewriter. desires to announce that they have compiled at a great expenditureof Spirits Turpentine 67& to 5H c.

"Rem," care Journal Gjunelm time and money a complete and up-to-date abstract plant, and are Three-Horse Power :
now prepared to furnishABSTRACTS AUiLEY A CO.'S REPORT Engine.This .
FOR SALE-Retail grocery store, Uxcrpvol Cotton Marktt I
down town. Apply A. Greenhut & OF TITLE Clei. is one of the most compact and lightest. engines of its power' on the I
Co. 5juael6t J s.-7b...........6.60 market. I
to ,all classes.. .-of real estate in .b-Ma.r.................. 561 The simpliest engine on earth. Only one-third the num'ber' parts
Mar.-Aprll......" ...I.lIS found in other engines. : -
See the Pharmcy.Pluto Water James display McHugh at Hooton's -, PENSACOLA AND ESCAMBIA COUNTY.The J.pril.M..y...............-................ 11..1 Two-cycle, three-port, jump-spark, no valves, gears,etc. Ignition by Jump : .!

wholesale agent ljunelm attention of property holders and prospective purchasers is Ju.-laJy Kar-Ju............................. ....5.83 5.84 spark is far superior to all other methods owing to its more positive action,
directed to the following special features of our work: luIr..uUJt ...................... .... ....(.S3 least liability to disarrangement, and what is most important, it furn'.shesthe DRe J. U. MOCK
FOR SALE-We have a lot of keg',, :V We are specialists in our particular line of work-making ah- J.urut-ilptomw............... 8.74' greatest range of adjustment. It is simplier and more economical, as
suitable for flowerpots and other 8epkuaber-Oo r .. 5,68 latteries will last twice as long with the jump-spark system as they do with

purposes; also a lot of whiskey, syrup I stracts.We do not buy or sell real estate and have no interests to further Oetober-Xoyembw .& the make and break or contact system.: : Dental Surgeon.Crown .

and other barrels, which are suitable except to give our customers unequaled service. Noverib.r.Dec.rnb.r .......... ........ .5.59 Considering efficiency, workmanship and material, we have ,the lowest-
for packing crockery or fish and cured I I 2. Our improved system of Indexing enables us to turn out work D.os.i..Jans&ry ......... ...............5.69 priced outfit on the market. : Painless and Bridge Work a 3pecl....Jty.
Extracting of Teet.o2SVa
Liverpool Spots,60S Insist upon having your new launch equipped with a Wonder Engine.If .
meats. We buy all kinds of barrels, with the greatest possible despatch. S. Palafox St.
clean in neat. attractive and convenient New York Cotton your boat builder will not furnish the "Wonder" we can fit you out !
and re-cooper and them. Sup 3. Our abstracts are prepared a ttarint 7 and 9 Old
Armory Building
ply always on hand. If you need any form. A special plat.of the property abstracted is furnished free Op n High Low Oloit I with a launch complete with a New Wonder Engine. : Phone 1077.
I ,July 10.M 1067 10.63 10.63 I Wonder Marine Engines 1% to 24 H. P. Stationary "Engines 1% to 6
barrels, or have-any for sale ring us of charge
up. Phone 235, residence phone 591.. 4. Our FEES are REASCNABLE' and our work ACCURATE.We August.10.50; 10.52 18.50 18.66 I H. P., also Sawln'g, Pumping and Lighting outfits. Send.. for catalogue.! -

Pensacola Cooperage Co., Geo. A. also issue a Daily Bulletin of all transactions of a commercial October De.ember..........10.88 10,45 19.13 10.47 10.38 10.41. Mkk0'
10.41 10 10 '
Vucovich, Pres., No. 9 S. Alcanlz. nature month.PENSACOLA,. recorded. in the clerk's office, at a subscription price of ED. B. BANKS, i] !, < PER BOTTLE ny
17maylm. $2.50 per Wheat. An nf.Hibleremedy for the cur of Drug HibiU of all!)kind
Sent postpaid at$2 per bottle Morphina-Cura, it
FOR SALE-A lot of old newspapers.Put ABSTRACT COMPANY, l _......Opn. Btg 833 Lew 83tf Cloee 83tf! PENSACOLA, FLA. for Hypsxtemis 01 snt.rnaI.! D.!U Chem.Co.,S t Uui

up in bundles convenient for PHONE 393. 114 N. PALAFOX: ST. HARRY I. GRAHAMCan.Mr. Sept.... .... ..83H 84 gJ 83 For Sale in Pensacola by
---- -----
carryln'g. Only five cents bundle. --- Com.Opeo .
per -
-- W. H. WHITE & CO., Druggists.
Apply this office. Hlek Low Clot
Jnly.6S>4 54 63X 64 --- -
CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton & yfi jijjgBBaBggiiBaaBBB BBBBBBaasaB" """ "" """ ............. : 64Ji II'"
Watson have just received a large Pensacola, St. Andrews am

supply of the latest city maps, showing New. York Stock Market THE RAPIDITY OF THE I
all of the subdivisions.: The maps are Double Your Money! Open ao. Gulf Steamship Co.
official and down to date and I South.nFaoiflo.............. 65 64" ,
are Copper...................... WJi 101A.3.R STEAMER TARPON.
mounted on heavy Regular

price. $2.50; special price on lots of I.I All kinds of real estate in West Florida are steadily if and invest rapidly your ...................;...... 113 89 SSi} W. C. 3ARHOW, Master
five or more to agents or real estate increasing in price, and there is no chance to lose you GROWTH OF MONEY
three J..B.'I"........... 11\6\ 150H FUIST-CLASR PASSBNGEft AND
within the
men. Hooton & Watson. 8may, money in It. .PrIces have more than doubled past in B.B V... 81H 80 FEEIUHT .ER viCE

years. We have some nice offerings in all kinds of real estate B.&O ...*........ ..*.*.*..* 114 115% -Dewir.u-;
FOR SALE OR RENT Two lighters; either .large or small tracts. \, e can sell YOUR lands no matter Brt ...;. *3* 42% PENSACOLA. MOBIL APALACHI-
one with capacity for 75 thousand ft. where they are; O.r.I ._ 6Ui : COLA. CARRABELLC. ST. AN-
lumber, the 'other thirty thousand ca ttS..... 38H 88 Depends on where you plant it. If DREWS. MILLViLLE.And .
pacity. Rates reasonable. Also two BUTLER & SIMMONS ..... 104. boL .&
skiff boats for saTe cheap, 22 ft. long,I II X.Ii..,. K 4 it where it the advant- all points on St. Andrewi! Say
I 5 ft. beams Telephone or write J. A. I LAWYERS AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS ](............;........... 146% l you plant gets Carrabelle and ApaUvhicola.SCHEDULE .
............. .. ... I
Chaffin & Co.. Milton, Fla. LeM. .. 1m 1K. of a high rate of interest its growth
23mar:) : CHIPLEY, FLA.. .P............................. e5: g age .
LAND L C..' .'.,.'-.. m% 178 i Leave Feuc&cola: Sunda?, 8:30:: ,nm.
ON THE HIGH -East Hill electric isamazing.Four .
-- -p GU.PM........:..V. 153H: I59H ; for Mobile AJa.
car line six lots 100 ft. front .
N.Y.C .i.. 189) 137%. Leave Pensacola, Tuesda, 8:30 p
by 137 deep, corners $700. Inside
2 St Andrews ilillvjile
P.O No Bale m., for Ap*
lots $600. There are no better situations For Sale DIRECTORY k'D'G..I.t.l............... 183% 125% lac'nicola. Carrabelle and intermediacs
than these lot*. A. V. Clubbs. _LrLWLrWfluW 8,.P .......................... 17874 17734R. Per Cent Paid Time :I points.
FOR SA.LE--ne.J ersey and Holsteincow .I....................... 2434 24} on Deposits For additional lafonnatlon apyly t :
FOR SALE--Nlce, clean old Joppa Lodge No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. ...
newspa with calf. Apply toM:sa 15..K. 87tf 38H J. R. SAUNDERS.:
pers at five cents a bundle. This of. young 17jlw Joppa Lodge, No.6, I. 0. 0. F. T.O.L......._. No Sale
Alice M. Strother, Big Bayou. I E. R. COBB, Prwident
at 7fl .
flea. meets every Tuesday evening P sane. 132SOf 13))%
o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall Belmont ._....._.._ ...... 117% ua" Gen. Jo'rt. and Pass. Af-;
FOR SAIE-Don't fail to get my i Pensacola. Fit.
Chip- street. Visiting brethrenaru
ley, making connections 'with mail prices. I carry a-full line of building cordially invited.T. Intellect la Sex. --- .
launch for points on St. Andrews bay. material. Sash, doors and blinds H. FLEETWOOD. N. G. The common impression that: the average FIRST NATIONAL BANK:
specialty. Joel Frater, Baylen St. I ROUND TRIP SUMMERand
Extra teams for traveling men. Good a J. W. GINGLES, Sec. :. man is superior to the average
horses. comfortable vehicles. Call on .wharf. -, 17june SljanCm.PeasAcola. woman Intellectually at lust: In originality -
or address J. C. Sinclair, ChIpley,Fla. OF PENSACOLA. FLA.W. .
Telephone No 74. FOR SALTS' 16 milch cows, one bull inventiveness, reasoning power RATESRound
28apr Lodge!, NO 3, K. of P. CONVENTION
and the like is beyond doubt due to the
for cheap. Must be sold by
sale I meets every Monday evening at 8 H. 5OwL35.Pre. W.K.HTTO JH.,V.-Pres.ani Cn'iisr.
FOR SALE-Economize by purchas. July 1st Apply to A. Herschkovitz. o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall common habit of Judging each flex by T W, BRUNT and W.N.BOBBBTS, Asst. Cashierg. trip summer excursions fronn
ing choicest of Warrington, Fla. 16jlw its most superior representatives. This Dm: CTou-F.C. Brent. W. .*.. Blooat W, H. Knowlai, W. K. flyer, Jr
lots on East Hyi at over lou stable W. Intendencia St. D. G. Brent. all points east to Pacific coast and
$300 per lot, no present need of paying Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.I seems fair enough and would be fair northwest from June 1 to September
$400 per lot and $750 for a 30 foot FOR SALE-A team of good mules. J. A. KIRKPATRICK, C. C. enough, but for the difference betweenthe > 15, with special stop-over privileges
strip of barren sand. Three beauti. Apply to Moise.DeLe on at new pow. H. HORSLER K. of R. & S sexes in variability-that Is, the -. good returning to October 31, 1906.N. .
ful sites of five lots each at yard. 15junelw of down from and
$1500 for er house, navy range spreading up E. A. meeting at Los Angeles
each quarter block; not over 100 yds A Meetings of the above the average, In intellectual traitsat No. 5603. 913.
from electric car line. A. V. Clubbs. FOR SALE-Nice, clean old newspa Knights of Columous least the male sex is the more variable July
held C.W. LAMAR,President JOHN PFEIFFER, Assistant Cashier.J. Elks meeting at Denver, Colo., July
SJune. useful home are at their hail,
whole at
pers. All and group. The very highest and very M. E.CLARK,VIce-Presldent and Cashier. .W. ANDREWS, Assistant Cashier. 16-21.
or in your store. Only five cents per No. 8 West Intenden
marks in a mixed college class
FOR SALE-PaIr spotted ponies a 1'r cia street, on every Summer rates to Colorado June 1 IY
years old, sound and gentle. Don. bundle. -- %'% v Monday evening at will commonly] be given to men; the THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK to September 30.

key and cart; just the thing for chil FOR SALE-Boat builders wanting ,''rtr 7:30 o'clock. An invitaU variability found among boys to the Hotel Men's Convention, Portland,
dren. Hlnman & Hecker q v J extended numerous mental tests which have Ore., June 25-28.
Century.Fla. small lots of juniper! can have the 3 '
23may at $5.00 hun to: visiting i Knights.i been given by psychological investigators OF Pf/VSACOlA/ 114. Use the splendid through serviceof
to order per
dred.same cut Apply to Oapt Baker, of launch JOHN B. JONES. is from 5 to 10 per cent greater DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. the Southern Pacific from New pr-
J. S. LEONARD, Grand Knight. than that found among girls. Of the SURPLUS 60000. leans; Union Pacific from Kansas
FOR SALE-I am making a limited of. Ruth, or send orders toT. C. Eaton, CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000.
fer on 12 lots in northeast New City Boggy, Fla. ISjuneyw Recorder. thousand most eminent intellects of City or Chicago.
within the town lim'ts; and near the history 97 per cent are men, the variability DIRECTORS. Through Pullman tourist cars from)

Lake View Haven properties with FOR SALE-Lumber is now cheap at I Daughters of Rebekah. which causes the monopoly of Henry L, Covlngton, Frank Rellly F. E. Brawner, Washington, Atlanta, Montgomery
clear titles and excellent elevation at Joel Frater's lumber yard on Bay. Naomi Lodge, No. 10, Daughters of genius causing also the existence of J. M. Pfeiffer W. S. Rosasco, C. W. Lamar, etc., and from St. Louis and Chicago(

$720. I offer single lots in the same len street wharf. Get his prices and Rebekah, meets every Monday nightat twice as many male as female idiots-! Bryan: Duowody, T. F. McGourln, J. R. Saunders, to California.
8 o'clock in I. 0. 0. F. hall Visit W. H. Milton, 0. E. Mavra, ,' Write me for literature and infor
vicinity at $60 and $65 per lot on easy build you a home before prices ad Bookman. A. M. Avcry,
terms. (This i is to the trade of white vance, which is sure to come. ing sisters cordially Invited to be present W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oertlng, mation.
C. M. Cevington, st. E. Clark. : J. r. VAN REN3SELAER,,
people exclusively. Elbert Alex
A. Clubba, 23maylm. MRS. B. R. WITKOVSKI. Eqval to the Eiergency.Being General Agent
Box 112, City. 13junelm MISS WILLIE KENDRICK, Sec. equal to an emergency helpsone ] Safety deposit boxes for rent at SUO, }3.OO and JSJO the year. Private apartmentin 124 Peachtree St., A"anta, Ga.
AUTOMOBILES. am agent for the out of plights into which the best connection for the convenience of customors. R. O BEAN. T. P. A.
TEA DRINKERS ATTENTION Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos of us sometimes fall. A certain actor G. W. ELY, T. P. A.SV1LLLAJwTRR.
you want a delicious cup of tea, try from $500.00 up. They cost less than M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets flrs and came so belated to the theater one Four per cent interest Paid on Time Deposits. :
"Our Own" Blend it is superior to any third Wednesday evening at 7:30 I
horses to keep up. They can be run p. !
dollar!! tea on the market Only 60c in sand or anywhere a-horse can go. m.. RaSord Hall, No 10. West Intendencia : evening when he was to play Othello I
per pound. A valuable ticket in street in the tragedy of that name that he forgot
every Leslie E. Brooks. (
package. New Orleans Grocery Co. A. G. FELL Pres. to blacken his hands and rushed on .- -- ----- -- 1------- I I1AU t i

Ph. ne 105. Jas. McHugh Prop. FOR SALE-" Ten new and second J. L. SWEENEY. Sec. too stage with them white and his face T.B. WELLS, Vioi.Piumiin I
'june.; sooty. Of course the audience giggled, L HILTON GRSB5? PBKMDBST. i'
second hand office safes, different B.IL BU8HSTt iA BmrB. MANSFIELD MOBENO.Aw' Oifraa
sizes, best makes at bargain prices Pensacola Lodge No. 4, L 0. 0. F. and poor Othello, when he realized the
FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire Scarritt :Moreno, sflce East Government ; Pensacola Lodge No. 4, L 0. 0. F., cause of the mirth was almost unable Citizens National Bank
hogs; best of breeding. Ask! for St. 24mar meets every Thursflar veitlng at 7:JO to proceed with his part and 18 deeplfmortifted of Pwisacola ylort&a.DIflO1 4 I IL4i'1
Fla.catalogue. Carl Setterlind, Chipley, MBHMHBMMWBi B M VVMBa BMWI at the new hall on Belmont and Bayl that, when he made his exit wnw' .

FOR. SALE.-Improved ana unimproved : streets. Visiting brethren cordiajij after his first scene, he declared that a... %V.;Wright- Morris Bear. 'f.B.Welles. Six U.Eotinson. i,. Eatan Qr* B.A .
JUST- property ia.all parts of the city. invited. E. GREKNBLATT, he could not finish the performance, fl MMt BAWtffJVG BVSMtSS TBANSACTCD A"g1_
Imported Olive -DLL Large Retail salpment by pint ol, J.Room A. Wilson 7. Salisbury& Co., Real building.Estate Agents Phone, J. NEVILLE Secretary.W. J but: a happy thought struck him. He -_ _-___-J' l.------- F :

gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso 23j procured a pair of flesh colored gloves, ; .. _
& Co. ship chandlers and! grocers, 701 172. &n 0. W. blackened his hands, put.the gloves on : ,..-...
-South PalafOL .4oct. MARINE AND STATIONARY EN.! Live Oak Camp No.1. W. U. W. Wd walked quietly on again. Tiara City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds. '
FOR I GINES for pale. Wonder Gasoline' meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd was quite a little tittering as the Moor ;
SALE-For sanitary purposeswe Engines are the simpliest, strongest Wednesdays in each month. VlsiUag. went on with his lines, but It entirely Denomination 1000.00 each. Dated January 1st, 1906. Maturing January1st
have in stock Ground Hydrated and best engines on-the market for sovereigns cordially invited. subsided as during a speech of one of 1936. Redeemable an. 1st, 1926. Interest Payable Semi-Ammally. wwr.'
Tennessee Lime in strong paper ba'gsl F. A. BOGHJCH. C. C. the other characters the lore j1 I I
Send for catalogue Ed dusky
the money. SUBJECT PRIOR
ibs. at 25 FOR SALE r
cents at house. OFFER -
ware A. WE
Y. Clubbs B. Banks Pensacola. Phones 1377 carefully drew off his gloves, disclosing PURCHASER. : '
corner Gregory and Alca-II AMOUNTS TO SUIT
Dlz- and 577. Sjunelm, bands to snatch his face. Then those .
T--. _
Sjune -. Khose risibles bad been affected felt -- '
FOR SALE-Second hand 25 H.P.' Charcoal small and awkward.A The Peoples Bank of Pensacola I I
FOR SALE-Fine hotel site; best stt- boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply to .-.J

nation in the city for a tourist hotel New Method Laundry. ISApril Cubic Foot of Gold. Pensacola Fia.Whol ,

130 feet fronting south by 172 feet i We have just received a If some millionaire agreed to give -,.

deep on East Government street, over. Picked, I very fine stock and, will deliver you a cubic foot of pure gold If you I THROUGHSERVICEVIA
looking Seville Up. i
square and Adams should put It In a sack and carry it a I ". :

tay street, $10,000 with open will buy.view the of property Pensacola .KICKED: UP-Red and 'White. spotted'' amount.orders promptly' in any mile do you think you would be equalo II :;:='" c.A.Et-P: : cIJ: CC>. JlIo- L. & N. E. & T. H. and C. &'E. I.

lapr. cow, having more red .than white the task? Certainly you are confident ..4l tad I.UU DulM la Vetmule4 Through Trains Daily
spots, weighing 275 to 300 lbs., about Telephone 363.SEWELL. of your ability to perform the Domestic Anthracite 2 NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO
FOR SALE Herd fine Jersey dairy 8 or 9 years old. Been.,around my task, but there would not be the least Steam, C j THROUGH SLEEPERS MB DAY COACHED:
cows with well established milk place past. .18' month. .Owner can danger of the man of money losing his and Blacksmith : KEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO

route. Jf0 competition. Cows and have same by proving ,property and gold cube. Such a lump of virgin goldjvould Ofice:-No.: 43 South Palafox street Telephone, 93. D.OWING.IfIUAA.'f CARS.SERV.W3 CL P.A.. ALL S.LO05S4eg1.vbNVS.L WEALS-EH ROUTE.

,I business I. first class condition. Apply paying charges.M, .E,. ."Henderson_ Woodand Coal Company weigh a few grains over L203 Yard earner Tarragona and Gonzalez guests. Phonea 6 and 371OAL I lM& .
A. Taylor Century, Fla. Sjunelm Muscogee, Fla. I4junelm* pounds. --'i: -_



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Unless You are V
Following are the ,$scores_in, tie va-
rious 'major league baseball:games
played yesterday: .

IndifferentV Y ,. Southern-League. ; i the laborer ,
New Orleans 2; Atlanta 4.
Memphis' 1; Birmingham2. S 1 as

Regarding Your Shreveport!Little Rock 4 Nashville;-;.Montgomery 13.7. I '1 $ 11 ( ) i\

South Atlantic League. .. enjoying the

Columbia 1; Savannah 0. ; all day long. C
Augusta 3; 'Macon 4.Charleston4acksonviUe.
Personal -postponed, ; without great

rain. ice. Come in,
.> ,

American League. arrange to .
Appearance St. LouU 3; Washington 5.
Cleveland 9; Philadelphia 4. The } _
Chicago 6; Boston 0.
Detroit 2 New York 6. will
It will pay you to select your clothes from our coast

mammoth stock of clothing that's made: by the National League. It

most skillful tailors in the world. Grey and blue Neiw York 11; st. Louis 2, Mobile flict :
{Boston 4; Cincinnati 8.
lead in popularity of color, with black and fancies Philadelphia-Chicago, postponedrain. F. !

strong in demand. Ten, Twelve Fifty, Fifteen and tative ;
/ rain. few !:
Bmoklyn-P ttsburg, postponed;
Eighteen dollars are popular prices, each price. offer- clared ,
ing decidedly strong values. BELEMERE WINNEROF "j. with local

Now a good time to buy your second' summer -BROOKLYN' DERBYBy

suit. Associated Press vessel

Underwear thin and cool 50 cents a garment. New York, June .--On. a track plant
deep in mud, Belemere, winner of the
Buffalo derby, to-day captured the .
Brooklyn derby valued at $10,000, wincing an .
by twenty lengths from The could
THE JOHN WHITE STOREPhone Quail, second and King' Henry third. of "
There were three starters. The time the
was 2.37.QUEE.N period i
225 205-207 S. PALAFOX The Hat Rack finished in
I i
feet long and one foot
mean lector gular price of rack of this

By Associated Press. the
Cincinnati, June 16.-The Queen
A BIG REDUCTION City handicap Latonia track one ports
SHIPPING NEWS and one-eighth miles, value $12.000( ed
was won by Sir Huron :1 by half a ern
In the Amount of length; Dutch Barbara second; John ply to t

Carroll, third. Time. 1.54 25. ;.. .
to the '

HEADACHESSince Huttonwood, Arrived.Br. ss, "White,2553, St AMERICANS' DEFEATED. tions:
Vincent to Gulf Transit Co. IN TENNIS MATCHES tween

Sailed. ports

the People Are UsingBromo Antigua, Nor ship, for Buenos:Ayres. By, June Associated 16.In= Press.London the International exist der I

tennis challenge cup contest. : _
VESSELS IN PORT. this afternoon Doherty brothers beatBolcomlbe '
Ward and Raymond little, less : :
Vin Steamships.Burnby Americans, three sets to one. :'The- :
Br ss, Thomas, 2361, Gal- score was 3-6; 11-9; 10-8()' ; 6-1. The the
veston to the W. S. Keyser Co. British retain the cup. The games
Cayo Manzanillo. Br ss, Cowdy, were sharp and, !! interetting.J i, i -
For Salo 1908, Galveston to Gulf Transit Co. .
Dundonian. Br ss Smith 2123, :New Wonder Gasoline Engine. I : : : ; : : .., -_ -..: ; ;
White's PharmacyPALAFOX Orleans to F. 0. Howe & Co. Ed. B. Banks, and not Ed B. Davts,II I
Federica, Aust ES, Zar, 2261, New I as has been erroneously advertisedis:
STREET. Orleans, to Gulf Transit Company. the a'gent for the "W nder Gasoline! HOTEL El
Manufactured by Earlswood, Br. ss, Fayn, 1840, PL Engine," the advertisement of which
G. VAN ANTWERP & SON, Inglis to J. A. Merritt & Co. will be found in another part' of to-II 1 : m
Mobile. Ala. Elizabeth: T. Doyle, Am sch, Crouch- day's paper. The Wonder Gasoline
er, 641, New York to order. Engine is a "wonder" In the engine
Exmoor, Br ss Storehouse 2297, line, and any one in the market for I are EUROPEAN PLAN.
Madiera to Hyer Bros. an engine should investigate this make J.
What Your Eyes See Frances T. Tunnell. Am sch. Tun-| before making a purchase. plying TES
nell, 1239, Philadelphia to order. Mrs.
believe. Jennie Hurlbert, Am brig, Wright, VITAL, STATISTICS.: hours !
lOU must So you need not
take any other person's word for it, 418, Havana to J. A. Merritt & Co. was j ; ; isine Excellent,
tut call on me and John L. Inglis, Am. tug, 98, Sheldon, Record of Births and (Deaths Duringthe The
New Orleans, to J. A. Merritt. Past Week. dong !
"SEE"for Mexican, Brit. ss, 2728, Slater, from Rev..t"y i
The following is the record of births
New Orleans, to Gulf Transit Co.
yourself what swell summer goods Monviso, Ital ss, Revello, 2774, New and deaths, as filed in the office of the day ostal or call in person,
I .am showing and atSUMMER ,Orleans to.Gulf Transit Co. city clerk durin'g the past week:; Dr. s, board or both.
PRICES Wentmoor. Br ss, 2,508, St. Vincent Births. the ,
to Hyer Bros. hUe-To! L. J. Clark and wife, a ; j
L'ght-weight Serge Coats from $3 girl; to Edward P. Preston and wife, a fine :-- ,.... .
: :: : =
: :
to $7; Sicilians: and Aupacas in abun- Ships. a girl very ;
dance at from $.1.00 to $10.00. One of Colored-To Claude Hambric and Mr. }:
Canara, III. ship, 1495, Repetts, Genoa -
those Serge Coats (single or double to Master. wife, a girl; to Richard Thompsonand was in ... ....
breast) with a pair of those swell, wife, a boy; to Ed. J. Smallwoodand > z
Harvest Queen, Brit ship, :
light trousers, will dress you up fork wife, a Davis
Rio Janiero: to order. boy.Deaths. f l [ T T[
$ those the summer gauze and, together balbrfggan with underwear some of I :Nordstjernnen Nor ship 1,635. I day Rev.on :

at 50c and $1.00 per suit, and your Iraksen, LA Gnayra to W. S. Keyser White 3' Irs. Nannie Jones, 36 years, wBere : Fortune
& Co.
whole outfit won't cost you over apoplexy; infant of H. W. Roberts, and
Barks.Desregori .
$12.50. Call and let me show the
Gio Botto, Ital bk, 1294 Colored-diehard Clarke, 7 months, J. N ,
Genoa, to Rossasco Bros. cholera infantum; Monroe Ridley, 29, mill in : I protect their estates from possible
fl King Malcolm, It bk Gufl, 1233, Ge- years, abcess of liver. who have others dependent on them for
4 i'.oa to Huges & Co.
". operate I : lives for their benefit The Equt:
Luisa, Itai bk. 1591, Montano, from 'i' ractive policies for ladies.
Nolloth to master. Florida and Alabama Mr. ,
I:{,',,:; 212 S. Palafox St Lake Erie, ItL bk., 928. Efigan, Bas- ber ;
v' I r Phone 721. som to Master. : LAND COMPANY (Main i Bros. en'1! Ail tJ
-- Monrovia, Nor bk, 1449. Aase, Hamburg about The #s ensacota
I to order.
Pdrt Sonoclan, Uruguay bk, 1112,'I and Manufacturers Dealers in of. Mrs. I I I >"",,,..,.,., S
Y; Ferres Montevideo to German American ing a j
: Lbr. Co.Precursore. LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN- guest |
-HToBe Ital bk Schiafflno, 1508,I ALES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. i ...o a NN.N6100 1eo
I(!I Genoa to Rosasco Bros.' Daily ) ; :
Spero, Nor. bk, 623, Bostig, Las 1- other i '
.t Palmas. ]: and Supply Co. !
'Well Dressed Sterling, Nor bk, E'.lepsen, Labta; 'COFFEE the -I|I i
1 Bay to order.. i I' rs of MACHINERY' AND BOILERS v
Schooners. days : j I,' ; SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
Donna Christina' Am 'sch, McLeod, the j.i attention given to all orders, v
165 Belize. We are the Pioneer- ers ': ? McKay & CO/B celebrated Log and 1
Cool andComfortable Marrow N., Cobb borers descriptions.
Am ech. Saunders i i 'I Office phone 123 Resi- a
260 Havana t.? master.. Coffee Roasters of hands i,I : PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. p
Barkentine. West Florida.HUGH'S this I i : ..9 CHO""O. .... .
Hubert Fuller 'Am barkentine, 679, The I'
Nash, Port of Tampa, to C. W. Oli ..N........o....,t.eN.....:
ver. or and I ,,
BLENDShave I .,.

does not in mean style, but extremes I HOME ON EAST HILL' 1 [ Kitchen Purposes. j

no equal. A trial '
The Building Association
simply good taste. ? It la water heater. Saves time and worry 4
good judgment and I has been awarded the contract for will convince the connoisseur of a ter for kitchen purposes without het. J
erecting a handsome home on East, done. an oven. .
clothes I that we : .
Hill for Eugene Arbona. The building ; .
every detail. You will cost $5,100, and will be locatedat make no extravagant an : | For Fuel !

combine all of the corner of Fourteenth street an:: claims. '-v" with t .

i these good features Fourteenth avenue. It will be of the i. r'. grow ( every home in Pensacola to use ga, :
Colonial style, two stories in helghth i :! water heating purposes. Will hp
!'.r in the clothes Wholesale .! after ?
and RetailGROCERS
bur office
i and contain about ten rooms. Bklll, any day and explain the *
you buy here. Material will be placed on the Into to you. *

ground this week preparatory to com may, 1
Fifty Cents mencing the work of building' the-foun fects as Company :

dation. and all kinds of Feed rich
I buys an Undergarment before | and 27 E. Garden Street. a
CREW NOTICE. Stuffs.Pinto are the
here that Neither the captain,owner will t......$4......a...........,
spells comfort in ? nor consignees of the era at fn
thread. ss Huttonwood will be re- gree Davis, N. 125 ft of the W. It
every 'sponsible'! 'for debts contracted : Water 341 and the E. 5 ft of lot 340, hlo K '! "
I by the crew of said'vessel.A. 4, Old City. $1.PATENT.
M. WHITE Capt. ;r --- --
GULF T ANSITCo., Consignees.
I i'I H 0 Wholesale and Retail. in ,
ANSON. Esoambla Regular Lodge, No.communication 15, F. & A. M.A of. .t, St. (t, 1

Escamb! '. dge. No. 15. F. fifty B.
.t New Orleans Co
CASH CLOTHIER, & A.M., will beheld Monday Grocery he l-
evening, June 18th at stating :SO
7:30: o'clock. Visiting breth- there jot APPLIED FOR
Corner and
1 Palafoi Main ren fraternally Invited.C. Jas. McHugh f At all| Druggists.
..D. BEYER, W. Ml: i' MUS-QUIT-U MFG. CO.,
W. G. DAILBY. Sec. Phone 105. Proprietor, ging" M.i Jacksonville, Fla.
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FORCE C [ T I I'. 'LJJi r

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large Number of Answers Received e

ti Many Coming Too f Late

for Chance at Prizes. ,,

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unusually large number of an'swrrs 0J .iQ. \
were received Thursday night r:
a.'l<1 Friday, too late to. be opened this ,
week.! 1 : 0

And, an unusually large number ,; t ..
missed: a chance at both prizes because INK '
they were not properly ad .
dressed and went to the wrong depart ;
raeni of The Journal. i .
Miss Mary Eloise Moneyway: of Mil- i t f wM ; @ "" ,.
ton, Florida, was the first drawn and '
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she's entitled to that ''big old dollar: \ ;:. ';. -. I I .
which will be sent to her Monday

Tom Kennedy's DeSoto street city, I
naa the second answer drawn from I @-f."
the lot and he is entitled' to the pound 5j.," i t 1i
box of Huyler's when he calls for it jv 1, 1 pl L\\\\ q1p !i t": .,
at Mr. D'A1 II1 berte's drug store. o .4' i ; J'.


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Correct Answers., bof 1 ; c:T

Answers to the "American Forest I ,
Trees" picture puzzles in The Journal BUi l i
Sun' 'aY June 10, are: ,
No. 1.-Maple.No. .
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2.-Pine. t'' r S
No. 3.-Cypress. ..., 4. .:-..
No. 4.-oak. itT
No. 5.-Cedar.
No. 6.- Syamore.No. .
7..-Elm. w
No. 8.-'iWtlkrw. 10K
No. I. Popfcr.! ;I

Correct Answers Received ;. .
Correct answers! to the American u,
Forest Trees," puzzles, were received "
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from the following puzzlers: ., 1. I""
Fredie Neuman, city; Willie M- I: '''
city;; Willie Rowland, city; Will Roy, } ; -
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'Warrtngton' Fla.; Ethel McConnell: ,.- ,/" Q) _, I _,\........ \\, j
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Efcambia Fla. Edward Anderson, j
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city; Marguerite Anderson, city; Lil- ; .
!ian: Gertrude Tatman, city; Harold .

Fla.; Nellie Mae Brown, DeFuniak,
:Thornton Persons, Warrington Fla.
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Mildred Armstrong, city Bernice Lee
Fairburn, city; Eva Deason; city; Fa.: ; Mac Hodgkins, Milton; Fla.; I I F a.; Willie Hall, city; Erie Quigley, Miller Boaifay Fla.; Laurie Trawpek I I Henry, city; Tom Mooney, city; Hilda Malcolm Moyer city; Elizabeth Watson -, land Oswald Bdbe city; Everett Rice,
Florence Carlin, city; Katie M. Hart- Ruth Williams, city; Floyd Hemphill,j i city; Nilo Quigley city; Oliver John Bluff Springs Fla.; Will Henson, city; Anderson city; Eva D. Hallmark, city; Ldlla B. Lewry city; Nora: city; Maud Clark, city; Edith Parise.
ran! city; Albert Laney, city; Otto city; Joe Swains Riera, city; Lucy Semmes, city; Billy Roberts, city; AlFred Cbas. J. Henson, city; Chas. J. Chunn. city; Hlda Hallmark, city; Domincio I Wells city; Elmo Harris dty; Came- city; William Johnson, city; Manuel
B. Pfeiffer city; Julia M. Pfeiffer : Swaine city; Edo Swaine city; Mil-|I E. Reed, cify; Flo. B. Lyman, city! ; George Anderson, city; Marion; Monti city; Gwendolyn Buckner.Asheville lia Sc' ; Frank Bond, city; Johnson, city; Arthur Johnson city;
city; Willie Barbare city; Leonore lie Swaine city; Richard Friese I I I city; E. Effie Suggs, city; Jean Neel, Anderson, city; Mollie Sanchez city; N. C.; Sarah Gay, DeiFuniak Annie Moony, city; James: McHugh, Walter Mayo, city; Newton Axelson ,
Faggioni I, city: ; Angelina Faggioni, Pryor Mobile, Ala.; Margarite Mer-I Westvllle Fla.; H. St. J. Wienholtz, loufs Sanchez city; C. J. Heinberg, Springs, Fla.; Myrtis Langston, Chip- ;ity; Clara: Thompson, city; Eva Berlin city; Bertha Christie city; NellieGlackmeyer ,
c:tj'; Reeba Mae Dunham, city; Viola rift, city; Frank E. Lewis, city; Tom], city; Ediwara'Bonifay, Muscogee, Fla.; city; :Julie Blumer, city; Lettie Martin ley, Fla.; Chas. Hogeboom, ChIp".ey, city; Mary Brown, : city, (S. city; Ethel Bayliss, city; .
Harrison, Milton, Fla.; Floyd Trice, Kennedy city; Avis Smith, ,city; Cecil!I I Evarard Rauch, city; Virginia C. city; ; Ruth Head city; Annie M. Fla.; C. A. Wales, :Jr.. Mobile, Ala.; Adams) ; Bertha Olsen, city; F. Levy i J. Harvey Bayless, city; Sam Abraham )
Bagdad Fla.; Isabell Bazzell city; E. Smith city; Emily: Blomely Gould i I Walker, city; Mildred Brown, ((4 E. B.) Quina, city; Julian Isaacs= city: La Carey Stewai*., BagdaiL Fla.,; Sammie city; Clara Frenkel, city; Mary El'OiseMoneyway. city; Dennis Eagan, city; Susie
Blanch Bazzell, city; Alberta Pourt-- ing, Fla.; Kate Thigpen McDanie!,', city; H. MeLellan Yarborough, Chatta- Reine Johnson city; Annie R. PlTeif- Stewart, Bagdad, Fla.; Bessie L. Ferryman Milton Fla.; Lorry Thompson Eagan, city; Callle Colvin, city; Nell
less, city; Matilda Brown, city; Nor- Milton Fla.; Sophia Lang, Muscogee.1!I hoochee, Fla.; J. D. C. Yarborough, fer, city;' Tony S. Johnson, city; Ma Crestview, Fla.; Leona M. Bagdad, Fla.; Bessie. Woodruff, Smith city; William'Lee city; Barnla
ca: Bazzell, city; Ernestine Golson Fla.; Lola Lee Daniell, city; William(, Chattahoochee Fte.; Agatha Scharf bel Hokett city; Jesse S. Walton, Blumer, city; Lloyd M. Blumer, city; CaryviHe, Fla.; Willie ;Wilkinson, Laughton, city; .Elizabeth Slgarl city;)
city; Lillian Suggs, city; Jack Suggs, Kargis Craig, city; Wilma Dailey, city; : Quincy Fla.; Willie Beasley Milton, city; Jamie Walton, city; Cecil Walton Loretta Harris city;.., Julia Alfinan, Crestview, Fla.; Harry Bajliss! city; Cleo Wooldridge, city.
city; KaIthleen Golson city; Maurine S. Alberta Mayson, city; Genevieve Fla; Elmire Bell, city; Jack: Kehoe, City; Mack Flowers: Dothan. city; Frank Corvin, city; Belle Da.\'iS'j Helena Rauscher. city; : Margaret Harry' Bayless's and Iam1
Myers Warrington, Fla.; Dan Bar- Errchson! city; Allen O'Harra, city; city; J. Walter Kehoe, Jr., city; Ma Ala.; Helen Morgan, city; Harry Porter city; Will Sam Barrow city; Rauscher city; Flora Laughton, Galt IY
tare, city; Bessie Davison Milton, Nathalie Robertson, Warrington,! bel Irene Barker Roberts, Fla; Guy :Montgomery Ala.;, Genevieve Cravens city; Mozelle Cravens city; I City Fla.; Lurleyne Butler, city; Ro- (Continued on Page Sixteen
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I'm taking him vein of humor frequently gpt him in- and my wife took place, so I stepped
from the window ledge dallied with the bundle until one of tomed to strangers.
rOW TAJ lay curled up in the up Into the man's eyes, Instead. Gow sprang I the country. Here pup! to trouble but once it relieved him around the corner of the house and
home to
The man smiled. "Well, old boy and went to him. his men could summon a policeman. situation. awaited .
embarrassing developments."My
window of Sam Lee's laundry, he said "what's a fine animal like "Here, pup!" said Steiger giving "What's the matter here?" demanded Here Fritz! an
gazing out Into the sunny Gow's head a friendly pat. the officer. The dog jumped from the cab; but "There was a timQT"! he'saId., wifo was busy at her spinning
street. you doing in there? the laundry until "when I tarried late at the village wheel when the shadow of the doctor
would not enter
Lee Sam let loose a flood of Can "Dlis man stealum Gow Tai-dog
Lee and his two companions; : were Gow Tai raised his ears and twisted tonese that sent the dog coweringinto Gow. Gottie in bussie" spluttered Steiger dragged him in by the collar. tavern and when I went !home my fell" across the doorway.
In the back room enjoying a half- his head. back room. Then he pressed against Steiger's 'wife would remonstrate'i with me. What is the matter doctor she
koliday.: Charley Quong, pedlar of Have you been. a Chinaman. all your legs, and growled.Lee Each time I promised to reform. One said, with staring eyes.
lottery tickets, was with them retailing life, pup?" "You got washie? Sam demanded. Sam shouted at him In Can night when I came into the;, house my 'Why madam your husband sent
the latest gossip of China Gow's head went around a little "Yes; here's a bundle. Now remember -I tonese: but the dog growled the harder wife seemed sulky. I said something word that you had been suddenly
town. more. it must be done by Monday and pressed closer!to: Steiger. to her but she paid no more attention 'struck dumb/ replied the astonished
Gow "Don't .,understand and Eng- for I am going out of town Monday the than she sad physician.
Tal had no holiday and even you "The dog's yours, sir declared to what I said fj
brindle bull-dogs appreciate a little lish?" the man went on. "Come; get afternoon. What" are you going to Solomon in blue. not heard me. This vexed:] me a little "Juut then" said Mr. Owens "I
relaxation now and then. Since Gow up! Here, pup! Here, .pup!" and he do with the pup? I Sam and his men began to expostulate but I thought that she :would -jet stepped in and said: 'Doctor I am BO
had been brought a blue-eyed puppy snapped his fingers and smiled at the "No savvie plup." ; and during.the excitement Char- over her spell by morning glad; those are the first words shq
from China Jack's chop suey house dog.Gow "The dog, then. ley Quong entered with-the list of "At breakfast I asked her question has uttered In three days. What is
the dos: had never been outside the looked puzzled; he seemed to "He goln' watchem washies. winning numbers.from the morning's after question but she was deaf to all your bill doctor?"
laundry, except when driven out to be trying in a doggish may, to remember As Steiger opened the door to leave i lotte-y. He quiritj realized the sit inquiries. 'Five dollars' answered the In..
\guard the clothes which were hung something that he had Gow came from the back .room and uation and mad for the dog with a 'Dear,' said I, 'have some bread; dlgnaat medico."
!In the little back yard. known in a long past time. At.lengthhe .was about to follow him. Charley stick. but she did not even so much aslookup. Mr. Owens said he never made a
Lee belonged to a class In Sunday ventured an apologetic wag of' his i Quong struck at the dog, and drove After a time Fritz's jaws were I passed her several dishes! but wiser Investment than with that $5.
chool; and his Caucasian! :vIsitors him back. r i ir pried open, and Charley Quong she would receive nothing (frpm it 3. 0
were mostly women who felt It their tail."That's right; you're not altogether Charley frequently beat Gow and ,'f climbed into a bunk out of reach. "I thought she might wait on,me If mOM THB COURT CIRCULAR
duty to encourage him In well-doing. spoiled" said the man "I'll the blows had been borne meekly as "Come, Fritz" said Steiger "let she would not let me wait Jon her so The king of Anthropophagia VIal
They were not given to noticing see you again as sure as my name's became a dog raised in a Chinese the poor heathen have the back of I said: 'Dear pass me thejham,' J but) eating white meat, as they call min
homely bull-dogs; so Gow had no .Steiger" and the man' "walked away. laundry. But this time, Instead of his blouse, and we'll go." I not a muscle betrayed ay' intelli sionary, with keen interest.
friends among the white race. Gow watched him as long as" he yelping, he growled, and the hair 1 Fritz stopped tearing at the stripof i gence. Matters went thi$ way for The jester, seated cross-legged II...
His yellow owner looked upon him waS In sight,then he whined, softly along his back began to rise. blue cloth and was prepared to I three days not a word having escaped corner put down the bone he hd
M a useful laundry tool; something to and tugged at his chain.. The kitten He went Into the back room, how follow, when the kitten crept out from the lips of my wife, I been: gnawing and jingled his bells.
beep away evil-dispos' d boys and to mewed sympathetically and, came ever and when the door was openedhe from a corner. knew I could not endure this much "110, knave! what now?" the king
give notice of a ctranger'u: entrance over to share his window. slipped out into the back yard The dog looked' at her for a mo- longer so I ordered a fart hand to lnqulre.1.
when fan-tan or smoking was going God had rione"ot'ttre'canhie' antipathy under the clothes lines. 1 ment, then taking her gently by the get on a mule and go as fast as he "The Sherlock Holmes spirit is u,-
on in the back room.A to'cats;- laundry cat'was as The next morning Steiger who was / neck, he jumped Into the cab and lay could to Tyaskin a distance of five m mo," said tho jester, "and I see
miserable kitten was allowed to .much a part of his, Jife, as, was ,tho up from his country home for a few down with his prize at his master's miles and tell Dr. Todd,.that Mrs.: plainly that this missionary tias n
1 Jeep Gow company' because It served i odor of opium,, or soapsudsor .the days, took a brindle bull-dog'out fora feet. Owens had suddenly bean struck wise man."
'o frighten away tho mice. On this i taste of food cooked.In'peanut'aU.. walk in the suburbs. All that "Go on. to the station driver" said dumb-that she had not! spoken a "How seest thou that?" asked the
Saturday afternoon the dog occupied It was supper time before:the gossiping I pleasant afternoon the dog chasedhis Steiger;' "we're all here, .|'gu S9.JJ word In three days. ; monarch smiling in anticipation of
ether, and both vacantly. gazed out and Charley. Quong was invited with errant boys. Between times he HP ,WAS OUT. about my work with a heavy heart. "From the sage: sire tt&t: you
Into the :: to the' evening meal ,and the! learned to answer to his name. i In about an hour the ;|clatter of chef un vrai artiste, has appropriately -
Go" street.with his nose pressed table was set Imthe laundry.They : When Steiger called at Lee. Sam's i Ellsha Owens a prominent horses' hoofs spunded in the distance mingled with tfc. dressing."
agllayt tho glass, and a man who was had hardly begun when Lee laundry the next day; he. came in a'' GOW TAJ'S NEW BOSS. The late of Wetipquln Neck WI- and I saw that Dr. Todd 'as coming. A ran: rf haH crusts, kaackla'

ptsstnK noticed the dog and stopped. I Sam, decided to put Gow out in the cab; and there' was a trunk on the farmer county was: fond of tellingan in a hurry. I thought that it was bones and dtirKhu! ; horns jieMed
Cow nisni: : his head and was about toWs dryjng-yard. As .he .took. the, chain l i seat with the driver. Sam thought he Lee Sent "Glingum he in;. you see." comico of his younger days. HeW best for me not to be on- the scene this sally anfthe jester lim>t* away
the customary warning growl, J I from the dog's'! cqIlar.the.. aan who : caught a glimpse of a familiar brindle : "I'll bring him in if you insist incident Irish descent, and his native when the meeting betweenithe? doctor; with a b'ct ,l l .
W U.ou ht better of it. ,He looked had stopped :lot- t ..e wlndowt4 tered.' nose at the'cab window so _h. said Steiger. ; "but he's not ccus.t ,
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_ 'it r ClARK'S l BILL FOR r Toilet, Wades!! and Soaps.

; ''EYERGLAD[ [ R l [ES S i

FOLEY'S KIDNY CURE We have established a reputation as lealers

in this line, and keep continually in stock a

R:1.J9' DRAINAGE G [ complete- line. of ,It jthese| high/grade goods. -

Will positively cure any case of Kidney ,Palmer's Toilet t Waters and Soaps.

He Also Introduces Bill Callingfor !

the reach We have just received a complete line of the
Bladder disease not beyond
OP Ship Canal Survey y following odors in both Soaps and Toilet

of medicine. No medicine can do more. acrossRrepresentative Florida.Frank 'Clark. of .Waters, GARLAND: I: OF VIOLETS. ,

Florida Is doing some hard work in
the lower house of congress: Hs has GARLAND OF ROSES
With Pains I
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE Passed Stone and Gravel Excruciating recently introduced two bills whichare

A. H. Thurnes, Mgr. Wills Creek Coal Co., Buffalo, O.,writes: of special interest to Floridians.I ROSE LEAVES:
"I have been afflicted with kidney and bladder trOuble cot years pass One calls for an appropriation of $3-I "
ing gravel 1 or stones with excruciating pains. OthtillediCines; only 000,000 by the national: government APPLE LEAVESARJSTON
strengthens the urinary organs, gave relief. After taking FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURS the result was for,the drainage of the Everglades and .

and A few doses started the brick dust, like f fine stones, etc., the other provides for a survey of a
builds up the kidneys invigsurprising.have no pain across my kidneys and I feel like a new man. ship canal across the state. The bills
KIDNEY CURE has done me $1,000 worth of in full are as follows:
FOLEY'S good.
orates the whole system. Everglades Drainage. Toilet Waters SOc Bottle

.. No Other Remedy Can Compare With it "A bill providing for the use of $3-
000 000 of the moneythat would other
IT IS GUARANTEED Thos. W. Carter, of Ashboro, N. C., had Kidney Trouble and wise become a part of the reclamation Soaps 25c CakeWoolworth's

one bottle of FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE effected a perfect cure, and fund for the drainage of certain!
TWO SIZES 50c and $1.00 be says there is no remedy that will compare with it. lands in the state of Florida, and for I ,

other purposes. .

SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY ,I "Be representatives it enacted by the in senate congress and.of houseof the I Toilet Waters

W. A. DiAlemberte' Druggist_ and Apothecary \\2l S. Palafox Street. United assembled' States of America in congress i I ;

the hereafter
"That arising$3,000,000 from of the sale money of public- Violet of Sicily (perfume) a(;e 75c

I have seen In Florida I should judge June lands,17 and, 192 which, would, under otherwise the becomea act of Violet of Sicily (toilet water) :oe SOcAllan's

that they would be glad to eat almost part of the reclamation fund may I !

t' THE MOUNTAINS OF FLORIDA anything that came in their way. Af- be used for the purpose of construct I' : and 75c
ter keeping ths hopes of the people at ing a suitable and comprehensive sys-; ;

fever heat for several weeks the borer tern of drainage of the lands known j I p pas ,I
; .. announced that no oil could! be found |Tha Everglades,' in the state of .
Rev. Alex Be&ler in Atlanta Journal. packed his traps folded his tents and Florida, under the supervision! of the I! Perfumes and Toilet Waters
sought new fields and greener pas- secretary of Agriculture: Provided,

tures. That all the expense of such construc- S
There is still some very fine round tion including salaries and the main- ALL ODORS.
timber in and about Chipley, but the tenance of works for a period not ex-
I am engaged this week: In holding a with E. N. Dekte, whose guest I ain, I have even seen, planted! in rows and trail of the saw mill man is to be seen ceeding ten years, shall be assessed: ,
meeting with my friend and brother Rev. B. W. Collier and Mr. D. A. once they guarded a beautiful resi- on every side and most of the trees against the lands proposed to be drained -,
Rev. B. W. Collier at Chipley, in the Campbsll l, I went out for a trip to tin dence. Just here is a very interesting are scarred by the ax of the turpen- in proportion to benefits said assessments Goods.
mountain lamas of Florida. I.I mountain country. Four miles from little story. Long before the /near a tine negro. The country is ready: for to be levied and the moneyto i Imported
I know that many of my readers j I Chipley, in the midst of the, pIney Baptisfpreacher by the name of Ever- the' entrance of the farmer and In the be paid In not to exceed: ten annual;I'
twill wonder at my statement about t woods the country as rolling as the ett came to this country with quite a course of a few years there will be installments under such laws and regulations ,i
mountains In Florida. They wjll i sea was suddenly: broken and we retinue of slaves. On top of this hill many fine farms nestling at the feet duly enacted by the legisla- Roger's and Ciller's Toilet Water Bottle! Sl.OOand $1.25Roger's
doubtless exclaim. "Who ever heard came to many great gorges, some of he. built a beautiful residence plant ;t of the mountains of Florida.
ture of the state of Florida; as in the
of mountains In Florida, the land of them fifty feet in tfepth. the oaks made some beautiful drives,: I shal! 'not soon forget the view pre-- judgment of the president of the United I: and Gillet's Soaps, Cake 25c to $1.00
pines wire grass, low country, ana No one would ever think of findinga and set out a fina grove of orange sented to me from Orange' Hill. I i
States shall be adequate to insure Piver Toilet Soap Cake ,,25c
to $1.00
/ "
crawling the flats water cataract in Florida trees. He mile ,
rivers lazily over fall or a cultivated the land Across a deep valley a in width the repayment to the United States of I I :
and through the marshes to the waiting -, but that is just what I came across.A tended his orange trees and gave I looked to the heights of Oak Hill and all under the termsof I II
gulf?" bold spring rising on the side of one much time to the preaching of the was forcibly i reminded of tome of the money I I A Bottle a Handkerchief
this act: Provided further, That i Sample or ; Sample on forth
This Is In Keeping with many other of the sand hills runs sparkling among gospel. Following the scriptual injunction mountain! scenery In North Carolinaand all from
derived such
popular errors about the south Georgia : the somber looking place cutting a'i he was given- to hospitality Georgia. Here and there were ments money shall be paid into the treasuryof assess: : Asking.OOTON'S .
and Florida country. The people deep and wIde ditch in its course.1 and it is related that whenever the points rising to a surprising height
the United States by the said state
In northern parts of Georgia ana: Ala- Suddenly It comes to a limestone cliff West Florida Baptist association met and there as my eye took in the sceneI
bama are as Ignorant of the countryto which appears to "be the result of l at J any of the churches In this neighborhood could see mane ,little patches: upon of covered Florida and when so paid shall be:
into reelamation
the south of them as the:av rag: some great upheaval: in the days gone: his house was thrown open the sid of this sand mountain chat fund to ': PHARMACY
be used under the
of said
church member is of the contents of by _The,.chasm: : is 50 to 100 feet acrossIt and he entertained the whol,* association were in cultivation. I II I provisions
the 'Word of God. In spite of the pop)-l seemed -in all 'directions and appears and did it In princely style. I I I I Another freak of nature to be seen act of June 17,1902; And provided further '
ular belief, there are mountains inj I as if some great jet of steam The war came on, the slaves were in this neighborhood is !lOW1as I I That any money paid, in by the i THE BIRTHPLACE PROMPT DELIVERY. I
said of
state in of the
Florida. Of course they are not granite had here found an exit, .probably in scattered, the beautiful home was Rock: Hil.? It ,covers considerable, excess
hilts nor do their peaks rise up to I prehistoric thnes- In one corner, pos- burned to the ground the freeze killed territory. Beginning at the fool and i]I j total amount paid out by the UnitedI i PHONE 1100.
kiss the clouds but they are very re- sibly ten feet across ,there is a great the I I States when the said works are com-
: orange trees and the glory of runnIng! over.the'top, in the shape of a ,
spectable in size and merit the name i hole Jpoking' more like a', large well OrangA..Hill had teparted. To-day a' crecent, arranged in regular eraser are pletd including the maintenance or i >,!, .Ji:;;'<;"""' V" """. !E''H''U S :'''' '
*, the works, ,shall 'be returned to the l _. ,.
of mountains.If 1-' than anything else. The" sides/are neat" cottage? Occupies/the site.of; the numerous great blouders some of ; .... -
you will consult 'your 'map you 'ery,smooth and' are of .limestone, old hope'andTWhere the orange trees them aj large as" cabin. They said state of Florida. i -fIr
f !Will see that tie'AHeghany'range runs "Over this -Jimestone cliff the water ,stood many'pear tjreest.are'jto: : be seen. teem to have been thrown up from tte Survey for Ship Canal. i I need have no terrors for .:
own Into north Georgia and north from the little stream pouts into".the .Near this point, occurrrjsthe great center of the earth by some violent: The bill introduced by Congressmal' i.M yo.
Alabama, making its final output at (chasm whose yawning mouth seems excitement over the finding of oil eruption that took place in the 1as Clark last week providing for' a ship WASH DAB if you send your washing to

+ Y. Kennesaw and Stone :Mountain. Then always to be calling for more. The some time last year. A well,had been before this, country was inhabited, the canal survey across Florida, is as follows -, The New Method Laundry
1d there is a section of hill country water falls fifty or sixty feet and its dug ana!* the clay that came up ,was days when- the mastodon whose bones : !, ,
around Atlanta Below this is a com murmuring music mingles melodiouslywith seen to have caught on fire and to have formed the great phosphate: beds,I "A bill to provide for a survey if''i PHONE 1136- E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop. No.8 WEST ROMANS', ,
paratively level country until you the voice of the wind as It wanders have burned fiercely makirg a dense roamed through the vast and wonderful -' a ship canal across the state of FlorIda -t I ',
come to Macon/where there are some among the magnolias, beech and smoke and giving off the odor of wilderness"that waved about them!1 from the Atlantic ocean to the I
tery bold hills and where there arefcome pine that ,lift their tapering tops toward petroleum. The story soon became This land of the' south is indeed a Gulf of Mexico and making appropriation I
splendid views to be had. Then the sky. Ths water here disappears public property and there was a rushto wonderful land and'' the more I see! therefor: LC. Smith & Bro'st
there is a long stretch of level land into the earth and is seen no obtain options on the Jan .in the of it the more I am ready to exclaim; "Be it enacted by the senate and, _
: hntil you come into the neighborhood more. Nature, artist as she is, has neighborhood of Orange Hill: A man: with the Queen of Sheba, "And, behold house of representatives of the Unit t : TYPEWRITERWrite
t! Tifton. There the country is rolling fringed'the edges of this great pit with .i was engaged. ,. to bore. for oil. He the half was not told ms." 1 ed States of America in congress assembled ,
and reminds you very much of the the waving ferns, and. within reach of boned into the earth as well as Into For Catalogues.
long swell of the ocean wave. Over the falling water great patches of the pockets of those who were Inter-] THERE ARE FEW "That. the. secretary of war is here!
I.. toward Alabama in the neighborhood maidenhair fern shimmering with the ested in the venture. It is not exactly by authorized- and directed to cause to L. S. BROWN, PENSACOLA, FLA.
of bumpkin, in 'Stewart country, and falling spray that rests upon them, clear just what was the result; of his people who know row to take care of be made at as early day as possible a I
- t J3uena Vista, in the county of Marlon, cling to the sides of the limestone. boring. Many wild and fanciful emselves-the majority do not. survey across the state of Florida
the country is broken and some regular ) stories were circulated by the The liver is a most important organIn from the Atlantic ocean to the Gulf -
I- mountains of red clay' are to be cliff.Descending these limestone hills we class of natives who thronged; aboutto the body. Herbine will keep it in of Mexico from and to such pointson WARNING
seen'. Then follows anobher stretch entered a long stretch of flat woods, watch the unusual proceedings. It condition. V. C. Simpk'ns: Alba, either coast as it may deem most
flat country In and about Albany. typical FWrl aa then Texas writes: "I have used Her
'of country and we was reported that a black gummy stuff desirable to determine the practicability -
At Thomaaville and arountf!: Doerun the came to what is known as Orange Hill. was brought up from a depth of sever bine for Chills and Fever and find it feasibility and cost: of cutting, establishing
tills crop out again growing bat 'er sYOacross It is little the best medicine I ever used. I
a regular mountain of limestone al hundred feet and that it was ,eager and maintaining across said
\ the Florida line and reach and clay rising from the midst) ly devoured by tie 'wandering dogs would not be without it. It is as state of Florida a ship canal of the
the neighborhood of Tallahassee. To of the sandy : country in which it and the piney woods hogs,who came good for children as 't is for grownup same width and depth of the canal now It having come to my knowledge that
';: the west at Chipley there are .some stands.' The pines, so plentiful every from far and near to enjoy the unusual people and I recommend" it. It being constructed across the isthmusof
it; striking mountains of sand and lime where else have disappeared and the feast that seemed to have been is fine for La Grippe. Sold by all Panama.

I !f atom and some splendid views are hill is covered with, a growth of hardwood provided for them. I do not vouch druggists. r "Sea' 2. That when such survey some unscrupulous merchants are re
li, presented to the lover of fine scenery. of every description. On top of for this story but from the' appearance: shall have been completed the secre-
.: Yesterday' afternoon, in company this hill are some of the finest oaks of some of the piney 'woods, rooters I' The Pointer. tary of war shall make due report)i
I There Is as much fallacy In attemptIng thereof to the congress, with full and filling my : Cigar i boxes
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to prove the origin of pointing as in detailed, statement as to the cost of!

J.ftt a like attempt to prove the origin of constructing and maintaing such. inferior Cigars::I warn all such Merchants -
eating. As a matter of fact, the point- canal together with his cp.nion as to
ing act commonly exhibited by the its desirability for the needs of com'

pointer and setter is an incident of the merce struction and and the practicability ma'ntenance."Sec. of its con it is a violation. of the Revenuelaw
of food
capture or attempted capture
3. That the sum of 30,000( () or
Coyotes by dogs, Lave and also been by seen wolves to and draw foxes.and so much thereof as may be necessary,]I and if persisted in, they will be
out of the moneys in the treasury off j .
point on prairie dogs and grouse In' the United States not otherwise appropriated .
precisely the same manner that the is hereby appropriated to prosecuted to the fullest extent of the
G pointer and setter draw on game birds. carry into effect the provisions of this
r There were the same rigidity and act." ;

r.r- r stsaUh. the pause: to Judge of distance law. :. ;; PRANK REILLY,
'wS 1 and opportunity and the final rigid G., B. Burnhans Testifies After Four

,,oa.lI.b,4&e.I S. pause when all the energies are concentrated Years.G. .
,. for the final spring to cap B. Burhans. of Carlisle: Center j Sole Agent.

yIth a frontage of ova 1700 feet on the The test of niperioriry las taught the careful : colored pictures of 97 presents will be sent free : ture. All the phenomena displayed by N. Y.. writes: "About four years _:

Rivet,half way between the great Bridges which II'mother that I buying.ARlOSA Coffee not only if you write for it. 4,000,000 presents given the dog family indicate that the draw- a'go I wrote you stating that I had ; --
cured of
been a severe
j jda i New York and Brooklyn, the Arhu les' means: money saved but that she is, actually away in 12 months. 'ng and pointing In the pursuit of prey trouble by taking less than two HOTELS\ AND. SUMMER RESORTS..

estahtiahment u one of the show sights of New, supplying the best coffee for the coffee drinkersof were ever natural traits. It may: be bottles cf Foley's Kidney Cure. It
Address nearest Office Box Dept., could
our b ieved that man
reasonably ';
York, Int rnlHioM of hom:every lCd Qu of her family.By out of entirely stopped the brick dust sedi-
; : Mother's" patentedby not breed the pointing Instinct ment, and pain and symptoms of kidney AlA LAND OF DELIGHT."
Coffee the the
Arbud les' AR10SA '
u process
ebb! coaatrj ARBUCKLE BROTHERS : the dog If he attempted to do so.I' .- disease disappeared. I am glad
only coffee used almost the only drink except this firm, the pores are hermetically Forest and Stream.A to say that I have never had a returnof
water':;-consequently the tame of "Atbuckfc"Lai : pealed after roasting with a coating of fresh 71 Water Street New York Or. I' any of those symptoms during the I

been'most familial to the people during the eggs and -granulated sugar which holds the 100 Michigan Afenue. Oiago OL Gentle WI.b. four years that have elapsed and I am THE BEAUTIFUL SAPPHIRE COUNTRYELEVATION

last 37 yean,there being no,other trade-mailed "goodness in," and preserves for you intact 421 liberty South Ave.SevenlK and Wood Street Se$.t.FtaW two. Ma.>. Pa. It was their honeymoon.: They had evidently cured to stay cured and I

article so widely dkriLuted or in such universal wherever you may be, delightful aroma and 'I moved Into a pretty suburban house heartily recommend Foley's Kidney,I :
at last Cure to any one suffering from kid. .FROM 2,250 TO 5,000 FEET.
demand. From small beginning the sales have Savor due to oUr skilled blending and toasting and were getting settled cozily
: 1 have something for yoc." she said ney or bladder trouble.! For sale by Gore ous- Mountain Scenery, three magnificent lakes, countless
grown to exceed the combined sales of every "hicn t ire not to be compared with crude and when he came home from the office. W. A. C'Alsmberte, druggist and beautiful waterfalls,' pure and bracing air; trout fishing in streams
'other packaged coffee in the United States- primitive methods! on a smaller scale. "A present apothecary. and lakes, boating, bathing'horse' back riding, driving, mountain

ud why) Because Arbuckles. .have given the Buy a package, take it home and grind it as IF "Tes. You have no night key, w I climbing and all Indoor amusements.
their want to it. That is the to the YOUR GROCER ''Demonstration of Coffee.At FIVE CHARMING HOTELS.TOXAWAY .
people the greatest coffee value, for money you use way get had one made: for you. Here it is. <
It all of the time, and have sold their AR1OSA best retails. Coffee deteriorates after being REFUSES TO, SELL I "That was very thoughtful of you. the Watson for Parker the week& ReeseCompan"s INN, Lake Toxaway, FAIRFIELD INN, Lake Fairfield '
Coffee in sealed packages for the consumers' ground or exposed to the air two reasons why ARBUCKI.FS'ARIOSA But how did you come to take so much ; Monday, June 18. The ladies beginning ol :now open. I I- H. AIKEN,; Man opens July 1. W. H. & C.
ager. Special rates during June. A. MARTIN, Managers.
to insure their actually receiving what you should refuse to take loose"scoop"coffee- trouble?" Pensaco'a: and vicinity are respect

fJi ttotection.for both in quality and in weight and there are others of importance. Warming 'COFFEEVE : "I wanted it as a kind of barometer. fully invited to call at the above men- THE FRANKLIN, Brevard ;! opens SAPPHIRE now open. INN MRS., P.Lake CRISP Sapphire, Mar
the ARIOSA slightly makes the grinding \ You'll let me look at it now and then, tioned store and try a cup of the famous 1. A. M4nageaf
The tales of AR10SA ,demonstrate easy. I won't your'"Certainlv. "Delito" coffee with delicious: July LAMBOJVN, ] ,ager. ,
common sense and appreciation of the American If your grocer tells you he has no Arbuckles' YOIF: I
WILL ,SEND -.." cakes free. THc LODGE, Summit of Ml, Toxaway, now open. MRS. A. BUR
and ARIOSA has contributed to theirdevelopment ARIOSA.'tend to us direct., For $1.80 we .
', people 10' "I'm not going to say you mustn't go 2t THE LETWIS REAR CO. PICK, Manager.
Mil and prosperity by giving them their will send 10 lbs: in a wood box,transportationpaid out evenings, and I'm not going to sit II The hotels are modern, and are noted for nerfect-service..Address
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money's worth of coffee<< that increased ,their to your ,f freight.station Price of coffee DIREC1' up until you come home when you are NOTICE. I either hotel for rates. r
work and them fluctuates and be for said The bricklayers have moved to the : For descriptive booklet and Information address
power and ambition to placed cannot guaranteed any cut late: I only hope, she coax- general

foremost among the world's greatest nations., period., The coffee will be sent in the original Ingly, "that every time I look at it the old Tuesday armory night building.!June 19.11 Special, meeting embers I ;. JOHN C. BURROWES,Hotel Pres.,Co
i .
the old ARIOSA and the bearing the signature of AAuckle Bros. key will be a little bit rustier, and thenI t The Toxaway ,
This u same same wrappers are requested to come. Special rates at Toxawa'y 'jnn during( 7"une. Lake Toxaway N, C
11 old firm that introduced k 31 years ago. j which entiles you to presents. New Book with i will know that home "pleases you. W. L. VBRMILLON. The lake region of the
mine than any other place. President I



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-- the had train barely pulled seated out. ourselves before I fto f-I.. I .i 1 .i 1 > j > 1 1 1 1 1 1 ;f;

The Tippins brothers. ,and I were:
John Massey Jackson Brandon W. T. Bidwell discussing our chances*;to get:through .

on our'Selma tickets when Lieut. Cement Co.
p'ensacola 8ton
Hawthorn told us he had tickets for '
ten men and could put us: through. We
Pensacola Electric CompanyAgents ,were included in the number.. Next] .

morning we rolled into i Mobile and ... .
went' straight to th e provost office .
and obtained transportation: to Blakely <
for Ala. From Blakely .went to ,
Carpenter's Station where we secured 1 r
a "push" car, and as there erel'a
-: four of us we arranged for two to -
, push while the other two rode, and so .
vI we traveled all night. About daylight y .
IL.5 we reached ;Canoe Station and y'
were royally treated by Andrew Hall We'

)-; ,fresh to' a breakfast butter. of milk and honey and have just received a cargo of gLEHICH ;

After resting a short time we started
for Brewton, and well do I remember CEMENT fresh from t
the trouble I had to keep up wiU
Geo. and "Phil" Tippins. About sun-; 'r"t .

down with Martin turned Franklin off and: stayed but the all night Tip- the Mills. We can furnish this in large Ior :

i pinsbrothers went to Brewton, secured -

night. a Next horse morning and went I had-Tome the luck that small quantities at :close prices. t

I to get a horse from Mr. Loveless and
rode home. On the way I stopped at
the hospitable home of Squire Tip- I
THE "REO" MOTOR CAR pins: six miles above Brewtoa. and
was feasted on milk and honey.I .
One of the finest makes of Automobiles on the market. arrived at home en the 15th of I.
Mhy, just one month and twenty days
ELECTRIC FANS. ELECTRIC SIGNS.And fromthe! t'me I was. captured. 1 My PAVFNOJ
clothes were so full of body lice I haJ
to go': Into the garden and: send one
classes of electrical work.A ,
of my boys to the house for a suit of

large stock of all kinds of electrical supplies, constantly on hand. I ly.clothes It would before seem I could I! should meet my be fami-all .r"t We

Our specialty: Attending to our business properly. right after being at home again with I
oJ my family, but no. I came near bef work t ,
ing a raving maniac for several days. r you on any
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY Every time I dropped to sleep visionsof
yankees would loom up before me '
PHONE 570 205,S. BAYLEN STREET. trying: to capture me. :But that feel SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. t

-........."'" ....._ __""" ing wore off and I got all right Evento !' 1 .
this day when I recall the incident
of that imprisonment on Ship Island, .Jv
o."N. 't makes me have a dull aching in myj! .
::, :. :r u\s\s\r NnssnHi s; "'* '" :\}. heart. B have often thought that any!!
HB MmWMHMnaaMn MM MMMMMM B i iB > MB M M M M H 'M 1 4
I man wo expects to land in torment' 2
w after death ought to go to Ship Island I j nand ids ,


N DON'T! J v I
1.. ON ,NOTORIOUS SHIP ISLAND Don't let your child suffer with I ;1

M I "" that Ballard's cough Horehound when you Syrup can cure, a it with sure I i Don't contract for any other material :'

for Coughs Bronchitis, Influenza '
cure ;1
21 By PROF. I I' E. ALLEN Croup and Pulmonary Diseases

Buy a bottle and try It. t :
;,\\ yvu\svs\tPtt 4Avs\tt\s\t s\vtntt\? '. B. B. Laughter, Byhalia, M'ss.,, 1 until you have thoroughly invest': ;

writes: "I have two children who had'croup. I

"Wonder if any of the readers of sufferings commenced. I was mounted from starvation I could scarcely walk\ I tried many different remedies P
bare back under stand. I, had never heard a negro but I must say your Horehound r this material. IT IS TtiE BSTGI
this were with the wr'ter: on Ship on a horse and put or Syrup is the best Croup and gated
guard.As I: curse a white man, and when I saw
Island during the dark twenty-two Cough medicine I ever used.-' Sold P
the raid went on toward Brew- and heard negroes telling white men "
days of 41 years ago." Thus wrote ton the soldiers captured every man how anxious they were to shoot them, by all druggists.A P -- -- -- 7 -

Wiley! F. Martin, in a late date of The and horse that could be found. In it made my blood run co!d. /:"
Pensacola Journal. Murder creek swamp, just above Our march from Brewton to the Photographic Warning.
Yes, dear brother, I was there at Brewton, some of our citizens had "Village" was one series of hunger, The following story of a young ladyliving
the time you write about. thrown up some light breastworks to thirst and suffering. Well do I re- in the country who came to
On the night of the lath of March, member every night: we. camped Ij 1 London to be photographed is told by .. .
1S65, our command under Capt. "11 tt" looked for a hole that I might creep M. A. P. and vouched for by a well '; it i.Jmln
Robinson had been ordered to McGow- into and be left the next morning. On known London photographer. After enSaCOl :
an's bridge to hold in check Spurling's the last day,of March we were placca
some days the lady, Miss: B., was
raid which was said to be coming from on the steamship Alabama and start-
Evergreen by the way of Brooklyn, ed for Ship Island, and oh, what a, Informed the photograph was not asuccess
Ala The supposition; was Spurling's time we had that night! It came on to ', and another sitting was sug
raiders consisted of about 25 cavalry. blow about midnight, and then begana gested. This she agreed to, but again >
About dusk a mounted courier came medley of cursing, weeping, praying was informed that the photograph was t
at break-neck speed and informed our and vomiting that I can not forget to a failure. There was .a third sitting.In t.5 :
ormmnd: that Spurlias's 'raid of 150) Sr itiM i I t my dying day. Next morning, April ; two days' time she, received: an i
strong was only a mile or two away. p,+ ob : 1, we were landed on ship Island and urgent letter from the photographer I ": one O
Of course it would have been sheer > placed in charge of the most ferocious asking her to come up to his studio x
nonsrHi-be: for our squad of twenty or thirty men to fight; 150 mounted men I I "Close up dar, you d-n rascals, my' B. went, accompanied by her mother, ? .:'
so tile order was given to fall back. :: f- '. t 5PRC ; gun wants to smoke at you so bad" and was shown the amazing results of r;:
Wi'll do I remember that night's rebOunded from side. "
every the three The of the :
t sittings. pictures r, 399. ;
tramp, as I cailed at every farm houseon i I I have often thought over, it and Telephone .
girl herself were quite good, but in
the road and roused up the inmatesand been constrained to think the hand of t5
each plate there was to be seen standj j
to'd them to put their stock out of Providence alone saved us all from
the was for the raid was cooling. Tne,, being massacred on that island. I'' [ing behind her the figure of a roan 4: WfWWWWWWWWW"WE : ( ( ,
d'stance I had to travel was about teu had always said I wouldn't thank God I I holding! a dagger in his uplifted hand. t5 t tt ln'it tt l ( -',
miles and I arrived: at home about day for bread if I had nothing else; but The features, though faint, were clearly ., a]
light, bavins: taken the whore night before I left Ship Island I would have discernible, and Miss: B. recognized i i !:!!' -- -- .< :4 : l
warning the people on the way. I thanked God from the bottom of my them as those of her fiancee, an officer i :
have often thought of the similarityof heart for a spider furl;! of bread, such in the Indian army. The effect of this' );
that night's work and that of Paul as my wfe: could cook. experience was so great that after a I JaWWc. 6 INVIlTE INSPECTION"Absolute : .'I
.=. ALLEN |
Revere on the 18th of April before tha I. Reader, just think of four or five I: few days she wrote out to India, break. .
Lattle of Lexngton.: thousand prisoners with no means of In s off the engagement. ; Cleanliness in Preparation of Food Products ?)
'From some cause the raid did not check the raid, but the skirmish only defense, not even a pocket knife at /
show up till the second night. I had lasted about: three minutes, when our the mercy of 100 of the most diabolical : Loots Napoleon Answered. I is Vitally Important to All
-epped: dcwn to Joe Betnea's: and had men fare way. I human beings on Gol's earth, well Lady Blessington did not always'
taken a seat near the fire when I heard While we were going on through] armed with minnie rifles and anxiousfor
Some one seep on the front gallery. Burnt Corn !swamp I lost the opportunity some pretext to shoot us down, and meet with gratitude from some whose r
Before I could speak a soldier step- of my life. The front prisonerswere you can have a faint idea:! of our con- position at last enabled them to serve A B c. ST. LOUIS I
her. She sheltered in her London home FAMOUS
oed up to my side and captured me. ordered to double cuick and as dition on Ship Island. }
in a second the house:: was full of so-; I and another man whom I took to bea Every morning we were lined up to Louis Napoleon after he had escaped 1 11 g ifJ ':
Hers with candies! searching every: yankee failed to keep up the rear walk four or five miles to bring wool from his prison in: Ham. After Louis
room While the search was going failed to obey orders. We were be- to cook our daily meals which con- Napoleon became president of the
on some one fired a p'stol out at the tween the two divisions: and could sisted of a pint of mush, one hard French republic he seems to have BOHEMIAN Ei hthlou
front gate and in less than two minutes have made our escape by taking to the tack and one slice of meat to do us turned the cold shoulder on Lady i R
the soldiers ran out and mount, swamp. I kept looking at my companion 21 hours! Blessington and Count D'Orsay when' r
.1\\ their horses ,and stampeded back expecting every moment to Gentle reader, if you never shouldered they approached him in Paris. There hout its entire process: of brewing and bottling comes in contact only with ': :'
11. their camps. i I I see him jump off his horse, and I was : a musket and suffered for :your was a story going at the time for the lined and enameled surfaces. It is brewed in scrupulously.clean copper
The next morning I went down the afraid to jump lest ,he might shootme. country, you can not possibly Imag'ne accuracy of which we certainly will Sis'then piped through block tin.pipes to enameled steel l tanks,here it IS aged and ;
foal to inform Mr. Bas. Loveless of Imagine my chagrin! when I afterwards what a poor soldier has to undergo. not vouch, but which appeared in several lagered for at least six months; then: piped -ain through block tin pipes to air tight .' ,
what had happened the previous night found out he was a prisoner God grant that our beloved country of the London papers. Shortly before tc bottling machines, where it is filled off into /.orou;bly cleansed and sterilized bottles. <
and while I was talking Mrs. Loveless like myself. may never go throtfgh the horros. of "
came in and told us the raid was upon The raid had tapped the railroad at another war. Lady Blesslngton's death she met WE USE ONLY THE FINEST GRADE OF IMPORTED BOHEMIAN HOPS '
the the president drivingin'
so story goes
us. and told us to run into the gar Evergreen and secured any amount of I remember the night the news
den aid hide. Of course we obeyed tobacco and other stuff, and I, with reached Ship Island:: of the assassina- the Champs Elysees. He stopped GUARANTEED TO BE ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM : .,
order::, but the soldiers were too quick' other prisoners, secured enough tobacco can of Lincoln. Any person who his carriage, she stopped hers and they r.H'a.
for IK for hey had opened the front; to last me through my impris never witnessed the antagonism of a conversed tor a few minutes. Ilia ;--41 ADULTERANTS; PRESERVATIVES
gate and were upon us and we coulddo onment. About the third or fourth lot of hornets whose nest has been manner seemed to her determinedly : J tbYk1\J\ I.)
nothing but surrender. Then our I day of my captivity I was so 'weak pelted by a naughty boy, can not chilly. "Do'you stay long' in Paris?" ngAm Err'i R&- '
imagine the effect that news had on I he asked as be was about to drive on. STLQtJiS. N. COLORING, Distributor, PENSACOLA, FLA. j
the negroes on guard. That night a "No," ,she answered. "And you1'London .
other painful and serious noble soldier belonging to a Texas Spectator, I.n
And many company was shot through by a negro I ,.. ,... .. .
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RISING I 1 ailments from which most mothers guard while shaking his blanketin t....___' ____-=_______ -- -- If'
suffer, can be avoided by the use of \ front of his tent Dr. Malone of Lawn Party. I!:
i Brewton, was called to examine him r 4f i..
othes FliSBl"( This great remedyis and said there was no chance for him The Senior Epworth League of the' ':'
{carrying Gadsden street M. E. church will givea ..l;
a God-send to women, ta live. ''He died next morning.
I j After four week's confinement on lawn) party.and bazaar on the church ..,
BREASTNo critical ,1''J
their most
them through ,
the Island we were placed: on a lawn on the evening of the 19th, inst .;
ordeal with, safety and no pain. 'ship and sent to New Orleans- ,ste:1m-1 to raise: money for the purpose of ." .-<,.!
t which were sent to -I sending delegate to the Ashoville :
Friend" need fear the suffering' place we \
who "Mother's I which there on -,
woman uses bur At Vicksburg we were treated: convenes .
and danger incident to birth; for it robs the ordeal of its horror :..nicely. The lad'es: -God bless them: the 29th'of this month. All are cordially ;, !

and insures safety to life of mother and child,and leaves her in every one-coming from every quarter -l invited.. There. will be refresh- S, we.
child is with bread and cakes and evea I meats.
a condition more favorable to speedy recovery. The r soap to wash our' ha.ndSbegan to I ., w ? ,

also and throw. us bread after the manner cfj i Bay Lodge, No. 2505, K. cf H. '-'i'
healthy .
a ball! game. .;.t was a sight to see: .,
Bay Lodge; No. 2303,,K. of H. meet .
good natured. Our book f 'kIL
MOTHIRDS half-starved soldiers catching ; every second and fourth Frida evening +.i f f I
'Motherhood is worthitsveightingoldtoevery loaves of bread as the ladies threw ; at eight o'clock, at Odd: Fellows'old
\ j them over the lines. I II hall on West Intendencia ft: V s-
I !After remaning at Vicksburg, two 1 brothers cordially: invited. comfort on a sweltering tt
iting Will
Woman and will be sent free in plainEnvelope ''or three days we were sent out to R P. RESHE: Dictator. L; give you =
addressing application to FBI END 'f Big Black! and paroled and sent home. JC-KN.L. FNNEY, Reporter. day. When hot and weary, it imparts .;_. 1 1 I
by {
On the second day at :a'-sht: we reached w :
Iradfield Regulator Co. Atlanta,Ga. Jackson the capital of Mississippi-,; Knl9hts of Pythias. vigor and energy. !
and there received transportation toi; "
Salma, A'a. Next day about 'sundown; Peasacola: Lodge.' No. 3, K. of P., 5c. at soda fountains,and bottles 5cBoittstiExclusive tds '
.. :- we arrived at Meridian.: As we roiled !-; vri'l: held reru ar convention: Monda
.r: Sth, at S o'clock. All, .f!
up we saw a train ready to start' night June
\ OrderSToixr for .Mobile. George: Tippins, who waiiIon'the : members requested to be present .
\f CL COAL and .W.OOD car with: me. cried out "There,], Work! ia:: the rank of Knight, by th: i ,+
f. 'is' a train going to MotI: e, lets ?o and;;Seaat5ra: Team. Member1: of siser: '
\ :frem. the ?board: her I said to him our tickets'''iI lodges and v-sitintr! : brethren cordially i by HYGEl'A' BOTTLING WORKSf' t J n: 1 I
\ Consumers' and Fuel Com ariy I I were for Selma! but >;e juTped .cut. larked'to meet with u>. 587 J.
Phone(?50 Iand! made for the train: and Ifs bots-',; J. A. KLRKPAVEICK: t I cc.1 214 E., Chase St. Phortf. j .
cl-Comer Cbase and Tarragona. )
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have Heading more are BOYS'words OXFORDS of stock We DR.RECEPTION AND MRS.AND. MITCHELL'S DANCE. Fire Journal's Daily Fashion- ** o Feature.. !!!1Jf items if they were not worth more.


STOCK AT ONCE, so will REDUCE tained. and elegantly Mrs. C.from Ray 8 until Mitchell 11 o'clock enter- !! A special sale here means a special! ;
THE.PRi1tJCE' AT ONCE. For the next *
Friday night with a reception for their !RJIB
; SIX DAYS. THIS ENTIRE WEEK, guests Mr. and Mrs. Gully of Atlanta,
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discount all who are on their honeymoon triP. the safe and buyers appreciate it and talk
: we will give a on boys'OXFORDS bride being Mrs. Mitchell's' sister. ) ,
of The rooms were beautiful and an
orchestra furnishes music for dancingand .
punch and other refreshments "'I II I' ill I j 1 1to' about it. s j
f 20 were served throughout the evening., -, '
Mrs. Mitchell: wore a dainty and becoming
and lace.gown of grandmother's swiss f i, The people who read our advertisements -

Per Cent Mrs. Gully, the bride wore a lovely I II ffi 0R

$3.50 Boys' Oxfords, patent Calt, med white with Paris lace.muslin beautifully! trim- I,I m regularly and pay attention to )

Blucher and Button, Cuban heels, sizes! -+- 0
:.- 2% to S% now. 00 00' 00 .. .$2-80 MISS FLORENCE HE'INBE'RG I ((9

.;.' $3.00 Boys Oxfords, patents, gunmetal TO MARRY IN SEPTEMBER.Miss \\t.r; J I'J t ,I 9B them are ahead a good many dollarsat 0if

calf and vicl kids; all styles, Florence Heinberg of Birmingham I I ,
sizes 2% to 5fc now. .. ......$2.40 Ala., arrived last evening on a H 5 (
visit to her aunt Mrs C. J. .
Heinberg. f
: end of the
$2.50 Boys Oxfords, patents, calls and .Miss Heinberg will be cortfially welcomed ;\,., / ,IH I, the year.
kids, all kinds and styles, sizes 2% to her old home where she is .' 8
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to 5 2 now. .. .. .. .. .. .....$2.00 rot'only extremely popular personally, ( I I 1 I,; .
but is gratefully remembered as an I I re
$2.00 Boys Oxfords, all styles* C..t. t, T
'.. how. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.60 I accomplished pianist whose services f 1 II I
generously given whenever required -
$1.75 Boys Oxfords, all styles, were for philanthropic or religious, I Ili'I I,m Come in and see how well our ads. match our goods.
now... .. .. .... .. .. .. .00.$1.40 as well as social objects, without regard W fjft
to her personal affiliations.Miss I ..
:: $1.50 Boys Oxfords, all styles, Heln.berg's visit Is all the morfc I I W
now. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. ..$1.20 interesting because of her recent be- I/i/ j \ Ii i ftft
trothal to Mr. Herman Rosenbaum of
YOUTH'S sizes, 1, 1% and 2 and Europe who has now become a resident .., !.
LITTLE GENTS' sizes, 9 to 13, are of Birmingham where the marriage ," I. A Great Sale ftft

: 11 proportionally jriced, and all take wIll take place--+-in September. .;;, I t Embroidery ftft


; 20. Elisa Cortez' of Mexico, who ,i .. 2500 yards Swiss and Nainsook, Embroideries m
i is being educated at Livingston, Ala., /' ffi

t' Per CentDiscount : preparatory' work in to her entering native upon country missionary will- ,i ., and Insertions to match our regular 15 ft)
t. take part in the service at the Gads I I m ,
den M. E. Methodist church this even. i I IIII

Ing Miss, service Cortez beginning win at discuss 8 o'clock.some I I j 20 and 25c line no cheap sale stuff. We offer ffl

TO YOU MEN who have small feet phases of Mexico and our work there. ffl
Those who heard her during the Ep- \

are this up is to YOUR 5%. CHANOE REMEMBER, as ,the 20 sizes PERLIT worth League to hear Conference her again,will and be those delighted J ; i IBI these all day Monday for lOc per yard. m
OFF for this week only, who have not heard her will miss .
something if they". fail to hear her tonight '......... \ fijw
1 3000 Seersucker and
MEYER SHOE COMPANY, everybody A cordial welcome is extended to yards Gingham, mru

Feet Furnishers For Folks, MISS DE BOCHEBLJAVE: -+- A SUMMER' COMFORT. Cheviot Shirting 8c value this sale 5c

102 S. Palafox Street. AND HER FAIR GUEST .
I No woman should be without at touches the floor Is gathered into a i ro
GIVEN A SURPRISE: PARTY.A least one of these comfortable, cool yoke out in one:piece, pointed in frontan'd j fuw
merry party of young people met garments, to be slipped on after the straight across in the.back. J ,100 wide Gorchon lace and insertions
at Mrs. W. H. de Rocheblave, and Jn a day'st work Js,pver, wheajone does Around the necfcjnd: down the fronts pieces very : ( 0fl
Steamer Monarch body 'surprised, Miss Lene de Roche cot feel any took well and dressing is runs the custom*'kimono banding in :
blave and her guest Miss Hattie Barryat a positive task Any light-weight cot a Persian patterned silk, showing mahogany !
her home on East Zarragoosa and ton or silk material may be used, and pale blue and green, and the 1 \ Oc value this sale 5c; Shown in front )
: Will Make Two Tripsto certainly succeeded. the kimono made-up at a triflling ex full kimono sleeve of Ml length i ,
: The affair was charming throughoutand pense. The material selected for this shows more use of this silk in the fi)
delightful music was furnished by one was a cream-colored cotton crape, turn-back band. This. same pattern rJ
Miss Barry and Miss Nannie Sweeney which may be 'bought an any store at may also be used for the kimono i case.
r. LIFE SAVING STATION Games and dancing were also enjoyedas a very low price. The full skirt, finished sa'cque for wear with the lingerie or .I : r fiJ
were the refreshments gracefully with a deep hem which just I silk petticoat. BBI

SUNDAY Mrs.served Rochefolave B. J. a'e Rocheblave and Miss I About 100 of the $100 I Lawn Waist left P j

Boat Leaves 10 a. m and 3 ,m Jessie de Rocheblave. Scholls, Ernest Williams, Fritz Hoffman i coast of Haine,!they will spend the !1 ,
ThoSe in the party besides the stir Charlie Armstrong, Eugene W1. -I early aufumn in.the mountains of New ; '
SHARP prisees-Miss Lena de Rocheblave and isms, Reuben Vanalst. Hampshire, visiting prominent cities sizes this sale 50e
Miss Barry, were: Misses Cora Scar- -+- east en route home and reaching FlorI I regular .
itt Florence Davenport, Katie Cu- (Miss Jeanie Wood of Evergreen ida early In the,winter. j 1r
sachs, Mildred de Rocheblave, Bertie Ala., is visiting her cousin Mrs. W. J.
Dunham, Nannie Sweeney, Lala Cu- Hannah. Mrs. Fred Gilmore-Nellie Cravey Clearance sale of all 7c figured lawns about m
sachs. + Gilmore the writer-left Friday noon i *
Messrs. Leoncio Borras, Arthur B Mr. W. B. Wright has closed his I for Jacksonvillewhere she Is the. 2
Yniestra, Willie Kelley, ROss Hailey, town house and :with his two boys guest of her brother and sister-in-law &
We Have Woodward Day, Clarence Pfeiffer Al- Will and Harold, and his sister Miss : :Mr and Mrs. George Cravey for a few 2000 yards 10 1 yards for 35c: K
i he Murphy, Johnie Miller, "Chip" Elizabeth Kelly of Mobile, is pleasantly days., She will also see her uncle .
Klumker, Robert Pine, Gam Oola>.. located at Old Mill Inn on the bay- Mr, E. C. Cobb of Gainesville, who will !18 &
T- shore. go to Jacksonville and meet :Mrs. Gil- '
j(;- FORTUNATE. FISHERMEN !.more there. j I Pfy
t < Just HAVE GREAT LUCK GUESTS Miss Emily C. Jones left' .Satura'aj* J
t'. CF COMMANDANT BERRY. coon for Nash ,.Tenn.:, to visit her The many friends of Mr. Penn Har-
f 4 Cot W. B. Sheppard and Mr. W. C. grandmother Mrs. E. R. Campbell for vey the popular graduate of the Pen- i. Window Full I Iw
two or three weeks. Millinery
Hooton were the guests of Comman- sacola Classical School who has beena
student at Princeton for the !
r dant Berry, trout fishing at the Navy year
Received Miss Carrie Roberts who is still in I
Yard yesterday afternoon. past, will be pleased to learn that he rn
:Jacksonville her sister Mrs.
is expected home Monday or Tuesday,
The fishing was especially fine sport ;
F. R. Osborne, will leave in few
after night when several large trout a to spend the summer. Mr. Harvey hast
luck were and landed.the pleasure To evidence of the their evening good days delightfully with Mr.planned and Mrs.summer OSborne tour on of a en an class honor at Princeton.Mr. member.of the Sophomore -I i Hats at $1.75, not hats trimmed to |

AFresh several months. They go to Cleveland .
after both'.ten gentlemen o'clock with returned a string to the of beautiful city. 0., whence they sail on a tour of I and Mrs. '11'. A. Saurez formerly j
trout, one of which weighed the great lakes, then travel through Miss Scarritt; have arrived from i| sell for $1.75 but chiffon lace and g
Canada, and after: cruising along the: their wedding trip and are "at home," ,
more than five pounds. ,
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at 247 East Gregory. ,
Supply ofDarwell MISS WEBER SURPRISED .I.| braid hats reduced from $3.00 and |
MISS WINTER OF MIOBILE. Dr. C. E. Hutchinson, after a pleasant ,
"The Best Is What We Sell." visit to his home, has returned to .
Miss Dora Wclber gave a very successfully i New Orleans. "
arranged surprise' Friday ru $4.00 to $1.75. ,
I : evening for Miss Maggie Winter of i
Mrs. James M. Moreno, who is visit
Mobile, who is visiting Mr. and Mrs ing in Jackson, Miss.( is not expected .
Harry Smith. Cool home before July.
The party met at the residence of I
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Walker and went Mrs. Lee McDonnell! of Tampa, andMrs nJ Yours for Quality,.
& in a body to the residence' of Mr. ana' Harry WJIso'n and little son
r Mrs. Smith, where Mrs Smith, who lU
John of ,
Suwannee Valley are guests
had an inkling of the surprise in store and of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Wile Of W. J. & S.- FORBES.aaa22aa2222aaeaaeaaaaaea2C2aaaaaaaaaa22a
for her guest gave everybody a surprise : son, 305 West Gregory, for several I
by having the rooms beautifully i j I II weeks.
Rhines decorated In ferns and ivy vines and .
all brightly Illuminated. i Mrs. John M. Coe, who has been
Ice cake, music and :
cream dancing
Refreshing very ill during the week, was quite improved ,
games made the evening one of greatenjoyment I
yesterday. .
and Miss Weber, Mrs. ,
Smith, and Mlsi all
Winter were con-
., Celebrated so gratulated enjoyable on an being affair.the hostesses of .Grape Juice Splits i today Hon.from William Tallahassee A. Rawls to remain will arrive per Fisherman's Luck is Not Always Good Luck, BOSSO'SIce
manently IMr Rawls and family will
Mr. and Mrs. Smith were assisted in C remain in Tallahassee until October, But perhaps It is because too .
-. ., entertaining by their daughter Miss This dl'ink' : mucl left to chance in Cream Factorycan
is a fine sor the '
when they too will become residents the selection of your fishing tackle. Out customers
Gluten Flour Dana, and their son James. summer and very healthful too. I of Pensacola, to the great pleasure of usually have good luck. The tackle we sell is so well I
Those present were Miss Dora Webber lOc bottle or.... .fl.OO dozen I their friends here. made that a good string is the usual result.CO&E furnish you cream ii
Miss Maggie Winter, Miss Daysie Lime Juice .........50c bottle any quantity. Satisfaction
I Welsh Miss Cornelia Welsh, Miss Jessie Welch Grape Juice..3Oc'bottle Mrs. Gould and her attractive' ; ::Bookstore. guaranteed.
Prather Miss Ola Deloney Miss i
t Syrups (for
daughter, Mrs W. C. Dillard, of Montgomery
Rosalie Pierce Miss Annie Eufbanks' ades) ? .. .. ,,,.30c bottle I Ala:, formerly -Mkss Lomie- '.110.. 2SS. 213 South P.lafoi .. ".... PHONE 1326
Mss,Gertie Vaughn, Miss Lurline Butler Blackberry Brandy ..40c bottleROSENAU&GERELDS I SAM BOSSO. Prop.
Gould of this of Mrs.
f l lt t: ;_: Sol Cahn & Go. Miller. Miss, Miss Stella Annie Mitchell Christophersen Miss May, I I I I II S. B. guests 1 .oor'I -

Miss Vernie Bogart, Miss Rena Bond, I I V. VH#
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Miss Salina Smith. Miss Maggie -May Mr. Mlax Bloom, the accomplishedactor Escambia Pressing Cto
of Louisville Ky., arrived Thurs:
' The Pure Food Store sen.Kearney Itfiss Johanna Christopher- day to spend the summer with his. ', JUST RECEIVED, ONE SOLID CARLOAD OF WINDOW GLAS, Drying Cleaning and Pressinggentlemen's f.
t sister; Mrs. Max J. Heinberg. Mr. ONE SOLID CARLOAD OF GARY'S MAGNESIA (' I
And Messrs. Frank Barnett Ford- ROOFING, 2000 and ladies' Co:nm Southwest Corner Pttiloi and 'Inteodencia The Bloom came direct from New York, : ; W', -
Vanalst, Charlie James Fancy Grocers rates month.
. where he has been achieving new successes '
for No -'
. Wentworth, James Smith Ralph Davis and deliver all *ork.
: 1118 Smith, Charlie Davis, G. L. with the Hoity Toity, and other Intendencia.
': Phones 1480 Clyde Phone 391. Pens col., popular compan'es. His sister Miss Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO.
,. Lee.R. T. Oscar ;
C. B. Sweating .
Lenwood. Williams, '
Walker., June "
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THE WRECKAGE OF VALUES. IS COMPLETE! The retail records' of the' .;k t
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.. THIS W1flI .: :.'..1
is destined to eclipse all previous records made during this great salem In ::
, our Inalterable decision not to carryover a stitch of this sesson9 s stock Into Hi

the next, we have sunk every consideration of cost and IoIn fact, we aye \UI
sacrificing the profits of the season to the expediency of the hours We have &

sensational bargains for you that you cannot obtain elsewhere. High qMslifY9

" coupled with remarkable low prices, makes this sale ureprecedentedo 1'::

Come To-morrow and Participate in This Grand 'bargain C rnival. 4 j ,

Let nothing keep you away. This entire stock-. is one grand school of ((1t. .
economy. Can you, dare you, in justice to yourself, afford to remain away? '""t':\

The littleness of cost annihilates. ',competitors, staggers the imagination. and ;;_ :
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WatsonParker&ReeseCo.; A Great f' WbiteSboe' Sale m mm (Continued from Page Twelve) WHEN Heartburn, Headache.Sour Bad

1 Is also making' an ex-
OfI : Pearl Bloom, I coated Tongue
tendd visit with !lr. and Mrs. Hein- of ,
m berg In their beautiful home on West' Stomach. Gas
COMMENCING MONDAY. Cervantes, between Palafox and Bay-';;or any of these forerunners of Indigs3ti0a
I |i appear, Old Dr. Cascaret wants to
len. I eon ri-j-t
m Monday and the spot in your pocket. !
: Tuesday.
: of White Canvas Oxford I
We will offer:our entire stock
: Mr. W. Hen'1..Needham was, in Buf-- Dr. Cascaret guarantees to cure t th8

N Slippers and Shoes both Men's, Women's and Children's PJ falo, N. Y. Tuesday, returning from: most obstinate cases of Constipation tj

_. Nia'gara Falls on his' way to New Indigestion, without discomfort or .
ft York whence he was to .sail yesterday ineon.I
i f the following reduced prices: venience.
fIJ i
forPanaifla. i' j I
0 -, I j His medicine does not gripe nor i purge,

s 3OOOyards2 c Fancy White Madras, special I7c. IV1JSSIS: AND CHILDRENS Mrs W. B.. Wright, who with her but exercises naturally the muscles :::at

; ? aunt, Mrs. ChariesPrIe, is enjoyingthe ; line the walls of,the Intestines and B01es:
fU 2,500 yards 12'c and 15c Fancy Batiste colored lOc quiet and: 'eautl'.of the: mountain ; -j I ,* *

$1.00'Slippers;-'o.r-_. ._--_______..------.______On' :_:._____.690 scenery at Asheville: will:reman I I Want of Exercise weakens and relaxes

50 pieces Fancy Lawns 10 yards for 49c $'.50 Oxfords and Slippers, for..______..__________________93e for hotel a before few days going at to the Salisbury Battery::to Park visit the Bowel-Muscles, just as it -wea5----;.:

$2.00 .Oxfords' andSlippers, for________ -, ?-----_ _$1.69 her cousin the bride Mrs.Miss Augustus Osborne,i Arm Old and Dr.Leg Cascaret muscles.
fU 25 dozen Large Size Bath Towels, 25c value, Hobson Price, recently goes directly after

$2.50 Oxfords and Slippers, for_______ __-...-----------$1.07LADIES' of Jacksonville. I these Bowel-Muscles. He wakes then ia
N ; gI ; Just as a cold bath would wake up a
special, 19c Miss Bertha C. Lichste'.n: of Fish- person.

BJ erville, who_ has been ill is improving.' i Then he works them (through thj:

I ;nerves) till they get so strong from
s $1.50 Oxfords, Leather Heels, for______.__ __ _:_______$1.27 :Mrs. C. M. Chaffin and three children !Exercise: that they don't need any raorj that:

, $1.75 Oxfords and Gibson Ties for ______..$1.39 A1 of Marianna, are visit'pg Brooks her,.help to do their duty.
; -------------- I parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. W. W. ,
The few have received ,' --' U t

2j. past. days we' a $2.00 :Oxfords, and Ribbon Ties, for_____,------:- ________$'.69 N I.on East ''HilL'.' ': :,I I Heavy dinners, late suppers, whiskey,

8jnf beautiful line of $2.5O Oxfords Blucher and Plain____________________$2.19 W Mrs. BJelstein: and son, Gussie, wine or beer drinking nervous excte-,*.-.:,
:. of New Orleans, have gone home after,,sudden exposure to cold or heat and a d::e 3

$2.5OGIbsonTies.--------------------------------- --------$2.19 x a pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. N.I';!other everyday likelihoods tire the Bowel.

m Special Embroideries. $1.50 Outing Oxfords, Para Rubber Solos.____________$1.27MEN'S rt) Wleiland. 'j I Muscles.
4" I In such cases a little Cascaret in :'!?!

& tU iMr. John 1... Walker has returnedto is worth fifty dollars worth of Treats.::.!

jig Some values to 50c. All will 1 5 Mobile. i later on, to say nothing of the suffer::.
" up go on 95cm i discomfort, loss of Business Energy, uj

1 $1.50 OutI18Oxfords, IubberSolos-----,:------_. ...--------- In Ocala the other day we had the!loss of Social Sunshine it saves.
and rJ pleasure of meetng: an'old friend,Mrs.t
J5c ,
' JO and
8j counters Monday Tuesday.
$2.00 White and Grey Canvas Shoes..._._______________$1.23 jDon't Sallie E. Cummins, from Pensacola, *
I Little thin enamel Cascaret
Box na.1as ,
State Presi
who the
was attending
$ miss them for they are simply greatLadies' $2.50 Whtnd Grey, Canvas Shoes._....._.,...---:;,_v -_-_-$1.89 (r S Association. Mrs. Cummings, besides thick as your watch round being a shrewd real estate dealer, has t smooth-edged and shaped so you doni I
ru i been one of the brightest newspaper: notice its presence in your purse or vest-
_ Here is an opportunity to buy your Hot Weather Shoes, editors in the state. he was prom

m such as has never been offered inent in the early history of Def-un-i pocketContains
you. six
:. iak Springs, and owns valuable inter-) Candy tablets-Pnce Tea--
ests now at White Springs.-Crystal,Cents a Box at any Druggist's.
Yours for White Shoe Business
River News. v 'I Be sure you get the genuine; made: only
I White Wash Skirtsft
m m mat e by the Sterling Remedy Company. and
Mrs; Charles Hilbun, of East Wright,'never sold in bulk. Every- tablet- stamped
( a delightful farewell partYThursday CCC."

special prices Monday and Tuesday night for her sister and' guest,, fti
m Miss: Ida Hilbun, of Mobile, who recently
Watson P. artler'Roese Co graduated in that city. Enjoyable i
You can always depend upon getting as games, music and refreshments -'
. Im contributed to the pleasure or 2t has been arranged to mall free *
i beautiful little French-designed GOLD -
N i N the evenin'g. I I PLATED trinket box,bard-enameled ia '
values in store h in [pretty colors, a handsome ,
fU great our as .anyw ere Successors to m .;i'; most liberal offer ever made ornament and we
Miss Francis H. Holifield left Saturday want every reader to have one. Ten
for Hendersonville, N. C. to visit!cents in stamps is asked as a measure
m the South. GREEN & WATSON of good faith and to cover cost of Cat
: friends. She will be away for several!;carets with which this dainty box ia
months. loaded;
Send today, be sure to mention this
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I Chicago or or New York. :*
I Friday Euchre very pleasantly, Mrs.J. ..

...O+:+:+*:..(+ :+:-2+:'':+: @.X 9:30: a. m. J. N. Andrews, Supt tor. Sunday school iOa.| m. Preaching TONS OF FISH lone. E.hand Hoist won both Mrs.the M.ace P. and Bonifay the i, --
Epworth League 6:30 p. m. Miss every first and third Sunday at 11 prizes !
Z Elisa Cortez, of :Mexico. will occupy; a. m. and 7:00 p. m. :Prayer meeting won the consolation and :Mrs. Urena
I the pulpit at the morning service. .' every Sunday 7 'p. In. AND FLOUNDERS Johnson substituting for Mrs. Levey,
Services the Churches NO,
at I Gadsden Street Methodist Churcn: I C.S. S won the booby. The next meeting will

:J Rev. F. A. Rogers, pastor. Regular! First Church, of Chrlit, Scientist be with Mrs Bonifay.

. ..' ... ... .. services 11 a. m. and 8:00: p. m. Sun; First Church of- Christ' :') Sciential ROCK".HA6AJUMOOCO
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I '-r-r-- I jday school 9:30 IiIIj. J. B., Tiller Owing to the umber members attending WERE WASHED, UP,.ON EASTERN, The Excelsior Flinch Cluto will meet '
J Supt. Epworth League T:00 p. m the communion and dedicationin with Mrs. N. C. McM lan 1002 North ___ "
i' Rev. Dr. "'!haley announces that he pers, Rosary and Benediction of the Muscogee Wharf-Rev., T" A.; Rogers : Boston, there will be no services SHORE- OF MOBILE SAY BY Baylen, Wednesday afternoon at 4 I ATUHTA,

j2j: 'WI!! fill the pulpit! at Christ church at Blessed Sacrament at 5 p. m. Mass. pastor. Sunday school 3 p. m.; during the month of June. BIG RUSH OF SALT o'clock. j jMr.
;t.; the 11 a. m. services today. Mr. Wha-j.I during the week is at 7:30 a. m. I IT. L. Briggs, supt. Preaching p. m. S' S U '
5 ley is much improved in health Confessions in the evenings before i. S WATER. I.\ I
hopes soon to be able to resume all Sundays,Holy Days'of Obligation and, Presbyterian.First First Chjfitian; Church. : and Mrs. Gray CIt Pensacola,,I VAs
: services. He is now able to answer First Fridays from 4 p. m. to 9 p. m. Presbyterian Ciurcb-RT. First Christian church 43 B. Fla., are visiting Mrs. William Thompson -
i all calls and can be communicated: Baptisms Sundays at %.p. m. or by I Julian S. Sibley, pactor. Sunday Gregory street. Sunday school on Hannan avenue.Mobile Item.(
I' 10 a. m., H. J. -,1 ttckey," SupL The Mobile correspondent to theFishing' I -
'With direct by 'phone 147. I appointment. school 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavor I _
:: Attention Is directed to the changes S S 4:30 p. m. Preachin'g at 11 a. m. Communion "at1 11rn: ; Prayer Gazette describes the :follow- Growing more popular every day)
in hours of service at St. Joseph's! Epllcopal.Christ and 7:30 p. m. meeting Thursday at 7:30 p. m. All ing curious condition in Mobile Bay April sales of Blue Ribbon Vanilla|
I:, Catholic church. Masses will be said Sunday school at the Stoddart Are- cordially invited. There was a big rush of salt water broke all records.NEIGHBOR'S.
Church-Rev. P. H. Whaley. S S S in the bay the first part of the week, j
7 and Mission 4:00
2 during the summer months at nue at p. m. C. F. Zeek I II
D. D. Rector. Services will which caused the beach the I
be held
on eastern
iiii I- 9:30: a. m. only. :(superintendent All axe cordially in. Second Church of Christ, Scientist
J1 Miss Elisa Cortez of Mexico, will at 11 a. m. Sunday. school 9':45 a. m, 'flted.I I The Second'! Church of Christ, shore of Mobile Bay around Point LINEN
,. address the congregation at the Pala St Katharine's Cervantes and Davis -' S S S .I Scientist-Services every Sunday Clear, Ahu, to becoma literally covered
' '! fox Street Methodist church this street Rev. Andrew T. Sharpe, 8.1 I Lutheran Church. morning at 11 o'clock. Wednesday afternoons with'ftounders ana1 shrimp of the II''

morning. She was converted to the T. B. rQctor. I German Lutheran C.urch-ReT. J. 3 o'clock. Reading room finest kind. CAUSES TROUBLEPROMINENT
Sundays: 7:30 a. m. Holy Communion dally from 10 m. 'to 3 The captain of the bay steamer .EDROCK
Methodist faith "in her native country. I F. W. Reinhardt, pastor. unday open a. p. m .
9:30 school Baldwyn brought over 700 pounds of
; a. m. Sunday ; 11 a. where Christian Science 11tr&turemaybe
She 13 an interesting and impressive school 9 a. In. English services 10:30
I 'm Morning Prayer and Sermon (First: had. Room Masonic Tem live flounders which he and two boys
speaker and will no doubt be greeted and 7:30
and third Sundays, Holy Communion) a. m. p. m. Vestry meeting threw on the beach just bfore his PEN3! i by a large congregation. after close of morning' service. No pIe.
5 steamer left Point Gear! and sold
p. m. Evenirfg Prayer and sermon. -
The hour of evening service at the other services. Salvation
Week dayg-5 p. m. Wednesday Army.' them to John Barbich, one of the local INTO DIFFICULTY BY AN-
Gadsden Street Methodist church has Fridays. and!! Scandinavian Lutheran C urch- Salvation Army-(Richard Norris, fish dealers.

: been changed from 7:30 to 8 p. m. Saints Days-10 a. m. Holy Com'Services at 10:30 a. m. and 5 p. m. captain. Services will be held as follows The captain said if he 'had had a OTHERS SHIRT.
Epworth Lea'gue meeting at 7 p. m. Rev. Helle, paator.Unlvenalltt..
munion. I in the Army tent, corner Main seine or the proper gear he could
-' The hour of Sunday school at the 'St. John's Church I r S S5 and Barcelona streets! ;;: Sunday school have loaded his big passenger and -

..' Stoddart Avenue Mission is now 4 p. Rev. J. R. Bicknell, warrington-I 3p. m. Regular services every night freight steamer. He said the beach Considerable embarrassment was occasioned I
4 m. instead of 3:30. First Universalist .Church-East except Saturday and'MondayJat 8 I for miles was thick with flouoi'ers' and
Services at 11 and 7:30 p. :
t. a. m. p. m. a few evenings ago by one-
" There will be no regular services at Century Mission-RPT. J. R. Bick.I .I.I Chase street." Sunday'School at 10 a. m:; C pt. Norris wiirbe assisted by shrimp, which were fteing out of the For
the First Baptist church today. This.I nell, priest in charge. No services m. Y. P. C. U. 6:30p.. m. All are Capt. and Mrs. Moreland ,of Savannah. over-rush of salt ,water, which made of Pensacola'g prominent business)
1 afternoon at 3:30 baptism will be administered ;I I day. cordially invited to attend. them sick and were stunned. It happEns men. The cause was an unoffending: !

t; to several candidates by S Ss ,i S SS Allen IB-.Old London.. the same nearly every year, but shirt. Several gentlemen repaired: to;

Her. J. W. Senterfitt. Church of ChristChurch I Baptist acre is a curious report of the aliens ag usual they coma In the opposite one of the local bath houses for a' iloineDrinking
order services at the various
1 of First direction! of where the fishermen
Baptist Cburch Sunday In London in the 1567: "There are
.: tfb.urcb.e8 in Pensacola today will be of Christ, cor. Jackson and> school 9:30 a.m., Baptism administered year fishing, and it'is very seldom that the quiet swim when one of the gentlemen,
Alcaniz Streets. Bible. being a great Increase foreigners! Inthe' Mr. Dash, discovered that Mr. Blank,
:::, 6s\follows: school 10a. fishermen strike them. Besides,
to several. they
candidates '
m. Preaching at 11, a. m. by W T. cJ ty,'her majesty ordered the lordmayor'to his door, neighbor, was wearing
: byl seldom last half next ;
; ,l Catholic. Ilev. J.W. Senterfitt at 3 p. m, over a day, because
Tracy. Bible lesson Chapter X of Acts.: East Hill Baptist Church, 11th AvI : take the name: quality and soon,.the saltwater mixes up with the his Mr. Dash's) very best shirt. An
St. Michael's Churoh-IDurln'g the Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:45 \ profession of all strangers residing explanation: was necessary. This is
p. I and Chase Street-Rev; J.. W. Sent rJ gets brackish, and the fish
t Summer months masses will be said at m. :All are cordially invited. ,I fit, pastor* Sunday School \vltljin the city of Ixrodpn." The list liran:' up again and spread out into only one of the unpleasant connec-
'at ;
1 ':80 and 9:30 a. m., the 9 o'clock mass Preaching every second and a.m. was headed by the item, "Scots, 40." deep water. tions with misplaced 'laundry. The'
,: feeing discontinued. Baptisms at 2 Methodist I Sunday at 11 fourtb Other. nations were represented by missin'g pieces from the laundry list aid to diges-
a. m. an
;' p., m. Vespers, Rosary and Benedlc'tlon Palafoi Street Methodist Church- Prayer meeting every Tuesday night m. 'fFf ych, 428; Spjiniarts and Portu- .' each week will more than pay fpr the

5 p.m. Rev. W. Q. Vreeland, pastor, Rev. at 7:30 o'clock. guese, 45; Italians 140; Dutch, 2,030; remova} of such, embarrassing 'situations tion, taken withor
St.' Joseph's C'hurch-7 and 9:30 a. J. Barney Butler, assistant. Services!* West Hill Baptist church, W. Jackson Burgundians, 44; Danes 2; Liegeois, 1." To Remove Freckles 21 Pimples by having W. S. Hooton, 12 E. after meals,
Sn. Low Mass and instruction. Ves]I 11 a. ni. and .:30 p.m. Sunday school)i street-Rev. J. Intendencia, make you a rubber stamp:
W 'Senterflt paiCa
Red Rock
Shark'. Tail For Luck. In Ten Days, Use Nadinola with which to stamp your :linen.. Ginger
, Altath&I; to the extrejne end of the Stamp complete for only 35c. j I Ale is the finest,

bowSprit of a sailing vessel there may I A under new a dlscorerj positire ,gtiar-sold II I most beneficial of
sometimes be seen a piece of some material antee and signer reloaded A HAPPY MOTHER |
b in ererr cue all home bever-
! ENGINES'- that looks remarkably like leather. -I where it falls to remove will see that her baby is properly
: :This seeming'ple e of leather Is' ;&*i. spots freckles, 5unsallow., pimples! lirer-.. cared for-to do this a good purgative ages. It contains
really a shark's tail. It is placed there ness collar dlscolorations is necessary. Many babie? suffer neither alcohol nor
blackheads and all
because the sailors think'tbat it from worms and their -mgtbers/
augurs eruptions of the skin n(
r :THE ENGINE OF FEW PARTS: good luck, believing that pleasant voyages :I j matter!Standing of Cores bow ordinary long don't know It-If your baby. is fever-i, dope. It is a pure,
\ :: ish and doesn't
sleep at
., wijl' be their lot while it remains \4: y vr' cases In 10 days.and the nights, it i is high-grade Ginger
t > wont in 20 days. After troubled with worms. White's
The Wonder is the Simplest I there. Instead of the bowsprit the tail these'defects are removed tbe skin! wilt be Cream Vermifuge will clean'out Ale, not a pepper-
clear: loft bealtbr and beautifuL Ko possible
r: l Is at times nailed to tbe top of one of
harm can result from Its use. 60 c ata and tlJOf these worms !-n.a mild pleasant way. heated production
11ir Engine. on Earth and. is suitable for the masts.-London King.: al leading drug iiores or by maiL Once tried always used. Give: it a

Farm, Residence Factory MTIONM.!\ TOILET COMPANY., ParU. Tena trial Price 25 cents. SoM by all I put up for profit. *
Shop and .
every Different."Why be
i t druggists. ; Always sure to
.. place where an Efficient Reliable don't you elope with her?" !
! Power ,
l the
F ', C_ IS. required.Stationary. "But, good gracious, man, If you are Marine Grocery Co. RESOLUTION OF RESPECT j get genuine.
., perfectly willing for me to marry your
.o ;) daughter\ I cannot see any object to be 604, 605 S. Palafox St. TO SISTER. HOFFMAN! Look Red
for Rock
t, Engines i{ 12 to 24 -Hbrsex attained by our elop1n ." Phons 725. I Whereas/The sfcarws of death;have i

,t. fW ,z also "Ca How will it be if I of- J visited the family residence of our be-i Crown Stopper '
power, Lighting, Sawing and V. : VIDAL
t _ Pump Manager. loved sister and therefrom caused toj
t .fer half the wed-
you of what I save on
,1 'I 4. ing Outfits.Before "d1nT.--! Houston,Post We carry a full line of Imported andDomestic" depart the head of the household, al< Sold in bottles, at all :
f Groceries and Provisions.We noble! and loving father. 'Be'.it groceries, etc., and
.- 4 buying_your engine it will want your patrona'ge. ,, !Resolved, That St. Anthony's i on draught at
The Mala Point.9Vhat
pay Branch XoJ 160 C.
,- K. and L of America -, all founts.
you to investigate the Wonder. Catalogue -' do you think? That boss politician I extend to sister Hoffman :ithein'
; S says he has divorced himsnlf!, GULF: heartfelt sympathy In this hour ot sad-i
;1, '-: _____ free for the asking. from politics." CITY_ COFFEE CO., ness and distress. Be It further,;

!; '''ll bet he secured ."- Resolved, That these resolutions
ED. B. BANKS Baltimore American. Roasters, Blenders and Shippers of i be spread upon our records and a'copy 1 _

S t be sent to our sister.' '

1'j Telephone 1377 Pensacolt Common sense in an uncommon degree Fine CoffeesOUR Signed, Trade Suplied by
THE WONPER-11-2 Horse Power Stationary Florida Is what the world calls wisdom. J. G. YNIESrajk. CONSOLIDATED GROCERY CO.,
,. J.r.j Coleridge. McGUIRE ; Wholesale Distributers,
-,,: REV.M.

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You often meet a charming girl you very seldom meet .
turn me. Lowe Carmodee-The man who Is putting up the money, me gnrl!
Who Is both young and pretty, Her In this world of strife .
That's strange: yon can usually tan/ a crank. J' .. Who possesses grace and money, too. Until too late and she is tied
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I. a Southern town I called at the post- "No, I can't skassly say dat I am. ; 'L :.
"Hello! Is this the superintendent of dent. In four weeks I can have everything I office a bit too early in the morning and Heaps o' people make dat mistake, sah, 1
Superannuated Gas Company?" arranged to blow 40 per cent. more I The tramp was looking wise and a bit found no one about but an old darky who but dar's n difference betwixt me and de '
"Tes. Who are you?" wind through the pipes. Prepare for big- f aggressive as he entered the village grocery was sweeping out the corridor. ; postmaster." I' .
"I'm the president of the company." ger dividends next year than ever. Good- } and said: "Postmaster Isn't In yet I see?' I "What is itr ..',..
"Boss, I'm out of chewin' tobacco. queried as he leaned on his broom and "Why, sah, he bosses two clerks and \
-Oh yes. What is it, Mr. Meter? by. I go to see about the new blower ... signs r. Si. arter his name, while I boss ;,.*-
"The has that bill for Hain't had a chew for two days." looked at me.
legtslature passed JOE KERB. 1 de hull pUblic and sign my name: George .- *
0-cent gas" ... "Got the money?" was'asked. "No, not 'lactly, sah he replied."I Washington Skinner de man what sweeps f'
"You don't say!" "Not a red.- didn't know but you were th post out de poss otfce and nnds about a dollaa I
"Passed yesterday, and tour weeks n "Then chew grass" master?" a day on de flooh." JOE KERI .f'. '
The Modern Fable. "Say lemme speak to you In private for ,"-(;-i
I a.minute," continued the tramp; and tak- }a
One day two foxes, who were Journey 'i' :
1111 II UL ing together across the country to note t I ftr7 ; '.
the state of the turnip crop and reportto IIV : s. .-
the Agricultural Department at Wash i..
ington, came across a track In the dust

which greatly astonished them. "Do 1i' / :
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rhinoceros although I never saw one before YY JJ LILV4
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"It looks to me more as If an elephant e.L INsane:> : pcrpAlfP JHAIyzp:> IDOL. L
had passed along," replied No. 2, "thoughI /
never heard that there were any elephants ANXIOUS ea Jj_

around here." THAT HE : < :
"Of course, there are .not. It Is the \ r
track pf a rhinoceros just as I said." I I :
"Out I say it Is the track of an elephant. w.'f
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"Then you can travel alone- with an I I li E
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/ Inia. lively manner when along came a : h.1 .
wolf and asked the cause of the roub'.e. I eI 5t
"Why, that foul sticks to It that this lathe ttI F
track of a rhinoceros!" shouted one. I I F ..
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of an elephant! replied the other. I -.;: i
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Oh, weal what U it, :Mr. Meter place where the a spot fat, man"this struck Is sliaply a banana the t tGEO ing the s grocer to the back end of the
t ) : store. ii@ spoke about a dozen words in .. j,
peel and sat down to rest :You ace both ,
beuce we shall have to drop from a his 'ear. Next minute he was presented ,
lar." wrong and: both fools! with a paper ef tobacco' and bowed out. I I ;.
MORALe "Thunder, but be must have said something 1 '
"I see. Well, we needn't worry aboutIt. ;
." In defense to you Jim!" exclaimed a man who ':
Men to
are ever willing fight II I. n %
by the store.
'But It Is 20 per cent. off our rates." of what they don't know. o KYrPf "Yes,. he did. ; U1R \ >A
"That doesn't cut any Ice, Ir. Presl-! JOE KERB. -t.. T "What'was itr ,
"He said that If I didn't give him the
.' Mrs. Housewife-Bridget, If you'll stay, I'll raise your wages., tobacco he'd have the legislature appoint YI. i
Bridget-Listen to that, wad ye? Raise me wages, indadeh Ye'lt increase me a committee to investigate me!"
salary that's phwat ye'll do. ,JOE KERR. .
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AND LEFT THE HOUSE ON PAPA'S TOE. I.)1.: : .,- jt coaWn't-oiirry Ferdy Poorchap .' '. .' .. .

DON'T BE SORE.ON ME." I r.i. : COkL.7AM6IC.. Tom-Indeed, she must begin jto feel as If she was really married U Verdi,
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'M NOT DEAR. SAID HE: -- First Cat-You say you are betting-oa then. '
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are in port the men eat fresh, meat., .t.J
The has such a tremendous -
amount of canned goods on RHEUAT/SM
> s '- [ I band," sail: : an officer of Tone of the armored
cruisers, that In order to: get
I; \ : 5. rfd of it it was found necessary,:Jp.. '. .. '

-1' ; make given a to regulation the men three requiring fines:: that a week it.he ,: ALMOST AS- COMMON 'IN., ,SUMMER AS IN WINTER.

quipuient How does it taste? Well: it is not 'so .. ; q."'

i r bad if you are hungry, requiresa While the damp, cold, changing )weather of: 8: dOQ "" ,
make it palateable. }
: mighty fine cook to di
other dl '
\ ." "f'Winter, intensifies the pains a eeable.a, t" a4symptomsof
< I Rheumatism it is by no means a't
i for brewin"high a' :: ,

., befitting Without her the exalted pomp:stat'on and as ceremony one of winter disease exclusively.wandering. Through the long ; v: .

: -, the costliest animals in a zoological: months, of Summer its pains and twitch

: museum, Backete a .baby rhinoceros, whose blood the'uric .
ride beer : has been. released fromthe box 'in ing nerves are felt by r

which she made: the journey from acid,.which produces the disease, has accumulated. 'l

Bremen on the Kurfurst, and has been: Rheumatism is a disease that involves the entire

1 In installing our new plant ,wet threw out equipment into her in new Bronx'heme Park inf/:the antelopehouse ,j I'. system. Its primary cause results from the = l ,

better t many! breweries! still use., Equipment is as 'important. In the last seven or p'gfcf years only: 'failure of the eliminative organs, the Liver, Kidneys -l per. __ a
as excellence in material, and our plant 1S the most uptodatein one rhinoceros of their, has species been: received th'f t-o In th's! and Bowels, to carry out of the system the t

America. c untry, despite efforts of showmen urea, or''natural refuse matter. This coming in ;

: Machinery cleanses the malt kernels before use; machinery weighs the and museum authorities to obtain contact with the different acids of the body forms N'
ingredients, preserving just, accurate relative proportions WITHOUT GUESSWORK Captured in Kilimanjaro: German uric acid which is taken up and absorbed by the
4 and then the beer is cooled in pipes, where the air, even "filtered"air / f
; East Africa, Backete was purchased, blood. This acid causes fermentation of the blood .
is absolutely excluded. The wort that is to be from European .agents ,at a. cost Xf| ,
thousand two weeks, making it sour and unfit for properly nourishing
several dollars
\ Last Summer I had a sever attack of inflamaa.the" .
ago and''has completdher long jour-1 body"d, as this Vital Stream goes tO every tory:Rheumatism in the,knees.from which I was
American Queenttakes ney in safety. Eackete 13.a vegetar-j! unable to leave room for several months.
is distrib- < J
; nook'and of the body the poison
ten corner
Ian. Her daily diet consists : wastreated; by two doctors and also tried dlEer
quarts of milk, one pound of oatmealand Uted tO all parts. The nervOUS System weakens ent ;;kinds of liniments and medicines which
its course from hopper to tuns, and after aging, on to the-bottling plant through pipe ,'; a similar quantity! of rice. To me from pain for awhile, but
%t 11 l mechanisms which thoroughly insure its isolation and protection. Another invention peculiar -' '. "; this a small allowance of clover hay I from' l lack' of rich, pure blood, the skin becomes fee 'ffSSSff not any nearer getting 'Wellvensh at.

to our brewery makes and preserves the carbonic gas to be used in bottling. This adds' '. is,added.a t and swollen, the stomach and digestion are One day while reading a paper I saw an advertisement
immensely to the flavor. Finally,even the machinery used for cleanliness is cleansed every :! spite of the interest attached to diseased of S. S. S. for Rheumatism. I decide
day before using. These lavish precautions make.American Queen the most ex- the arrival of the rhinoceros the acquisition -| affected, the appetite fails and a general to give it a trial, which: I did: at once. After I had
pensively brewed beer you can buy at the regular beer price. They enable u* to of the two bear cubs, the moth. condition of the entire system is the result. taken three bottles I felt a great deal better, aaa
economize in many departments and return the saving into quality of ingredients. er of which was shot in Colorado byl; Not only is Rheumatism the most painful of I oontinued to take it regularly until I was ea
Always call for American Queen wherever you drink beer. Emerson McMillan, of No. 320 River] cured, I now feel better than I have for
... b Watch for our next ad. on tht art of brewing. 4' side Drive have not been t:>forgotten all diseases, with its swollen, stiff joints, throbbingtlrely. CHAS E. GILDERSLEEVE.

\ ACME BREWING ,CO., Macon, Ga. ..- / ,..,. '. since are in their fine arrival health on and Thursday.spirits They and: muscles and stinging nerves, but it is a formidable 618 32nd Street Newport News, Va.

.. ; have been assigned to a cage by them t and dangerous trouble. If the uric acid is_allowed '. _

selves. .to remain in the blood, and the disease becomes chronic,,chalky deposits form at the joints,

"' : : and they are rendered immovable and stiff, and her patient left a helpless cripple for life.

... THE TURKISH I ,KAIK.It Every day the poison remains in the system. the disease gets a firmer hold. The best timeto
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SUBMARINE TELEPHONEAPPARATUS I I for owners all losses of the not properties covered destroyed by insurance .-! dola Than Any Other Craft. the skin is more active and can better assist. in the elimination of the poisons. With the

.. j.' 'f '" ful Crawford pen Constantinople, the author,Is to indebted whose skill-'for proper remedy to force .the' acid out of the blood, and at the same time build up and
The bench warmers of "Hcbo Parr} .
IN as the little patch of green at, 'One one of the, most charming volumes ever 'strengten the Liver, Kidneys, Bowels and other organs of the body, Rheumatism can be permanently -

NOW USEs Hundred and Twe tyninth street'an I Issued in its praise, has a word to say cured. External applications relieve the.pain.and; temporarily reduce the inflammation
Third Is to,Harlenxites. about the Turkish boatmen and their
_. avenue known 'l and for this reason are .desirable but they cannot have any effect on the disease.
s were thrown into state of the wildest vehicle, the kaik. ;

below the, water line one transmitter!{ panic the other afternoon* by:the sudden -I "Constantinople owes much," writes .The blood is poisoned and the blood must be treated before a cure can be effected.

Liners and Lightships Equipped being on the port side and the other,, snake'appearance them.of a; thirteen-foot. tl he,; "to the matchless of the' S. S. S., a remedy made from roots,herbs and barks, is the best treatment for Rheuma.
among j three waters which beneath
starboard. Both transmitters run together :
With System as an Aid on are the connected by wires to a single te'-i! :, ,Many of the bench' warmers, whoa: !' its walls,."and ,much of their .tism. It goes into the blood and attacks the'disease-afrits head, and by neutralizing the acid

e-phone receiver box in the pilot house.A .' come from the many cheap ,lodging!!' reputation again has ,become world-' I''and.driving it out, and building up the so blood. so it can supply nourishment and strengthto
switch at this point -enables the pilot !-'' houses'in'the neighborhood, have fre-! wide the kaik. It Is disputed and
by is the safe
S. S. S.
to only
Navigator. of the body it Rheumatism permanently. cure
to listen to the sound as received''' quently imagined- they' saw 'snakes, disputable whether the Turks copiedthe every part cures
either on the port or .the starboard: but there'was no imagination about( Venetian; gondola or whether the; for the disease; being purely vegetable, it will not:injure the the least, as do

side of the ship, and by. a simple man-1! this reptile. With a series of yells! i ti Venetians Imitated the Turkish: bit, those medicines which contain Potash or some other mineral ingredient. S. S. S. tones up
ELECTRIC LIGHT COMPANIES RESPONSIBLE novice learn that would! have done creditto; a band i
ipulation, which a can inj; but the resemblance N tween them is
five m'.nut the bearing of the signal of Sioux Indians, the trod. mae a' every part of the body by its fine tonic properties.
J '
FOR FIRES WHEN i I strong as to make it certain that
iI bell can accurately located. wild break for cover. When they blood of all it builds the
I I, reached a haven behind sw'ngiIig door$ they ,have a common. origin Take 4! While cleansing the poisons no
CAUSED BY IMPERFECT IN. and assured themselves that the,monster : from the gondola the 'felse,* or hood, appetite and digestion, soothes the excited nerves, re

STlAl'LATION-NEWS: OF INTER period After of litigation five extending, fire insurance over a;, was not at their heels,.they 1 pluck; and the rostrated stem and the re- duces all inflammation relieves pain and completely
years ,
ed I 1ainders the kalk. It .is ;
,, up courage enough to reconnoitrje ( \ practically .. s
EST FROMGREATER' NEW YORK electric companies light have companies succeeded responsible in holding! There was a snikeJn the park sure If all craft of its, SizE}Jbe swiftest, the f cures Rheumatism in every form-Muscular, Inflammatory -

AND VICINITY. for losses by: fire 'due imperfect insulation enough, but just as a delegation setout i.! fljjst easy to handle and-the most comfortable e Articular or Sciatic. If you are worried with the
of their wires or to improper'installation to the po'ice a'group' Of and the Turks,generally are nagging pains of Rheumatism, do not wait for it to become -
small '
f cf
boys emerged fropi'a clump .
of their apparatus. The' Admitted to be the best oarsmen in
I t State Court,of Appeals has upheld this: bushes with a long rope, 'on the end Europe. ," I chronic, but begin the use of S. S. S. and purge

.t' New Special York, To June The Submarine Journal. II contention in every respect in a test of dead which, and was had died beenfishe&out the snake. It of was the i t I "Indeed. they have be, for I the blood of every particle*of the poison. Write'for our book' on Rheumatism, and ask our

telephones have been put in use along case In its that decision was brought.the court made a ruling I' Harlem river by the,,youngsters.. '" I both Porn the are crowded Bosporus with ands trait the of Golden every (physicians for any advice you. 'ttish.. We make no charge for either.
. this coast enable the ocean liners'Ir The 'bench warmers", returned to: .
t to .
of wide interest It decided their favorite; snots, aid the kind and made dangerous the swiftest I THE SWIFT SPECIFIC .
to locate the lightships. bois
the fact that electric lighting com-
an of currents. The distances, too are
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has I dragging the snake after them, (j
! For some time the apparatus started
the vern.1 pany had complied with building regulations in search of more'fun. They found very great and such as tno ordinary I .
been undergoing tests and g
11, ment, as a result, has accepted the! or ,the rules and cautions it by 'poking the ';aake under the I oarsman would undertake for pleasureof ANNUAL DIVIDENDS
observed in the electric lighting
F}; appliances on the lightships: at Sandy) usually business was! no defense. The 1 swinging doors of Tcorner, i-efectories. for the sake of exercise. It is no r PUZZLE[ ARMY

Hook, Fire Jlsland, Nantucket Boston i j f fact that wires: of'apparatus are properly i wi r I Joke Co pull fifteen or sixteen miles cannot be lost and they be used tc
r and Pollock's Rip. The Installation or Improperly InstaMrd and maintained -'i: From here to Trinidad is a gopfl! against a stream: which ia some places. may
of the sytem has been authorized on1: twenty-five hundred miles by any' t runs four or five.knots an-homV reduce the
i the:court held, is to b3 established premiums each if the insuredso
t the Scotland lightship and the ships I I from the facts in evidence and course you steer. The route is not i J I year
at Winter Quarter Five Fathom Bank, from no other data. On its contEnoUon I'I barred to tugboats, apd'Ong'i 6l| these,, Jack ll 1N urlN chooses. A life Endowment with
'Cape Charles, Tail of the Horseshoe| that it crefuIy'ob: >:erved all the the Mamie, a harbor craw' employed:, Jack Dougherty, the Milwaukee welterweight or Policy
I and Diamond Shoals. Standing in. cautionary rules adopted generally by' in odd jobs about the city for three is entitled to be'classed wife
i |the pilot house the navigator of a vessel -! electric: lighting; companies and provided I years, is now making this:journey. the topnotchers iu his division juJqj- annual dividends in the Union Central Lifeis
approaching harbor or some dan- by the city office In II The Mamie is a bit'staaller! than the In by the eight round argument he
gerous point along the coast, simply! dence of such matters, newspaper despatch boats which keptthe recently gave Billy! ("Honey") Mellodyat 'FORCE[ the most satisfactory
by holding to his ear an ordinary telephone -:, Company has won in scores of previous seas during the Spanish-Am'er'can.: Milwaukee. Mellody" about tha '
receiver: can tell when he is:' suits.Five war. She has been purchased by a toughest welter in the business, and < B.. S. WILLIAMS General Agent.
near tie ship marking the harbor entrance -:, years ago fire destroyed a syndicate of four, ,who have discerned, when it was announced' he was to moot -' ,
or reef and whether the lightship block of buildings at Third avenue I I!II the need: of such a vessel in the waters i Dougherty many of the tight: fans (Continued, '. from Ninth Page) Thiesen Building. Phone 608.
is to port or starboard. i and:: One Hundred and Ninetieth streetTh cf Trinidad. .
who had been tab the Mil-
Among the big liners that are equip-, ? insurance companies discovered! The syndicate is composed of Ja.: :.I Keeping, 011 Traweeft's answers were so faint'ypenciled !
the Cam McGrath, first waukeean predicted that,he (Dougherty they were almost illegible! -
Fed with the system are >lana? that the electric wires and transformer officer of tha Granada
'Lucania, Kaiser i'.helm der Grosse: on.the build'ng were improperly maintained I a tramp steamship, npw unloading at ) would be sent to the cleaners in a and should be plainly written or they
.l Kronprlnz "Wilhelm, Kaiser WilhelmII ; that: .the Insulation was defect've Perth Amboy; James Isbister, chief hurry. Any price: that Mellody! would will have to h= thrown out, after this. Lumber Brick
Deutsch!anf1. Amerika, Oceanic,I ; that the wires touched thej engineer of the same vessel; John win looked good to the ppaculators, and Nearly Correct. Paint, Hardware
Baltic and all of the ships of the I building and,a short circuit! was form Sabeston, a clerk in a departmentstore they no doubt were surprised when The following puzzlers were nearly ,
. :French lIne. besides a lot of coastwise: ed and started the fire. The shell of! and a fireman who is so modest they learned Jack had held him to a correct, missing otfy: one. in fact, everything! that enters into the makeup of a
vessels and the battleships Maine and i that he does not wish his name to be" \ dr The B. Lddon'Solemon: "No. 9. Hem
t. the building substantiated the assertions ; j w. contest was a fight pure '. house can lie had here. We buy in large quantities, get
! Alabama. The system has been au-:, of the insurance_companies.) The mentioned. !Wand I simple, as they bear slugging for E leek. \ it & car load lots, naturally at smaller prices and at less:
f} thorlzed on the West Virginia and the : The tug has gone first to Nassau, Louise Patrick "No. 9. Birch. '
I German-American Liverpool and Lon all that was in them the, moment they freight rates than the smaller shipper, and can, th'.r..f'lJ'f',
;. :Missouri. .i I II' don and Globe, Home, Aetna, Agr'cul- where she will replenish her supplyof t stepped to the center of the rln! :;. Edna Chaffin, ..xo.I. Mahogany. I I sell cheaper than others., It will pay you to get our
Marie F. Jones 'No 4.
.'As simpl'fied: by late Improvements,i if tarai of Watertown, Westchester, coal thence to St Thomas: where Dougherty surprised Ins most ardent bhogany..1 prices on your needs for building purposes.
the sytem now comprises two very, North British and Mercantile and the I she will again fill her bunkers, then admirers by setting the and ha: M. Leo McClung, "No. 9.
these signalling, south to Grenada, where she will take pace; Fjrol: Walker, "No. 9. OherrY''j
j simple parts being a British Assurance companies paid
had all the better of the Saunders
session Mill
Milton! N. Dden: "No. 9. Company
of submerged] coal for the short run the Trin-
jupparatus, consisting a their losses and then sued the Edison across ,
I .
idad. | In fact, he went at "Honey" so Marguerite Thompson, "No. 3. Iron-
{bell of a design adapted to produce !It Company to recoverpayments.. .
|mounds in the water, and the receive; The'Edison Company. contended that! ... J. fast and walloped so hard be looked a wood:' Phone 717. 21 East Garden Street.
winner before bad been at it Marie F. Jones "No. 4. Mahogany.
Vs apparatus on a ship, which picks j t; the Insurance companies could not The sailors of the' battleship and. they "
kp the sound of the "bell and enables Ii.te i subrogate the clams of' the tenantsbut armored ;cruiser squadrons and the tbtee. minutes. Mellody got his bearIngs Chas. Hayner. "No. 4. I
Fir. .
pilot to determine Its direction. :; lost on, this contention and then: torpedo boat flotillas of the Atlantic! after the first round, and from Marjorie McLean, "
There are two forms of bell employthe -, baFed'its defense on proof that It had i: fleet declare that when they are' assembled 'thou on to the final gong. it-was a nip Edith Hendrix Cox; "No., "No.4. Apples.9.:Fur." PENSACOLA! FLORIDA, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 17, 1906 I III

nd, kind utilized on lightships be-. taken all precautions prescribed by!! in New England waters 'a' and tuck affair.Child's. Ruth and Nennah Scu'j'er' 'No. 9.
ng suspended from the vessel to a' the Board of .Fire Underwriters and i i; few weeks hence for? ,the.annual'summgr I Fir.Mary" I -i I
(llepth of about twenty-five feet, where the Board of Electrical Control and!,, manoevres they will not eat cam Tlew of \rt.I '
lit! Is rung at regular Intervals by automatic -, had complied with,the munic'pal regulations !'1 ned' meat. This stand. Is taken because A lover of rare old china had a collection Charlie B. Moore"No.9., "No.Yopon.3. Spruce'Btrtha PUZZLE' ANSWER COUPON

appliance. For sending siglpals and'hai obtained certificates 1 I of the packing house, revela7i I that was the envy of her visit Jesse Gagnet Lassiter's envelope Is postmarked -I -
from a ship in motion the bell,or!.from Now York City showing' that its I I i tions. '. ors. One day a little girl came with
other sound producing device, is in-1 l Inspections had been properly made.I I Under the regulations 'canned meat her mother for a call, and, being seated Birmingham" Ala., June Auvirs'Kurt Ba Written on This Coupon Blink. No
+e aIde the hull of the vessel and is It is held I by! the court of appeals that must be served up at least three time > In the living room, wonderinglyeyed [ling.5:30 p. m. which was Thursday. even-I Attention win B< radd Those Not Written On It. No

?t operated either by automatic. machiniery all of this was not cmt: >etent evidenceand I a week when the ,ships 'are at sea the array of antique dishes.! The Kathlyn Monroe's is postmarked Exception: to this Rule.
A' or by hand. that the on'y question'was'wheth-I and as there Is no reason to beleve: hostess was much pleased at the child's
j "Olive June 8" whlclL'was: Friday.
My to the in The Journal follows:
answers puzzles are as
The sound receiving apparatus as er or not the work was done'j that that regulation will'le re.vokeJ; evident: admiration of her treasures and CUo WooMrldge put"only a "grsen"or
applied to vessels consists of a pair Under the decision the Edison Company the commanding officers of the varl* said, "Well, ,my dear, Tvhat do you] I one cent stamp on her envelope and
of sensitive electric transmitters I Is liable to the'insurance com-I II ous ships under Admiral. EVan willhave ".think of my china r The child looked I The Uournal had to pay the other be- No.1. : I
. placed on the inside of the ship, ::for the '
: panies amounts they no alternative but to place! it,before could delivered. .
and iQr 1t be .
up pity was in her eyes as she i. .
. against the outer plating or planking, insurance, and jlso to the tenants and:I the men as of yore.V! $>fIe thetjt' asked "Hasn't you dot any pantry?" Clara Frenkel addressed her answers ::

: U' ,- to "Miss, Clara Frenkel, Journal, No. 2 '
--, :I City" and it went in the "Answers toAds
'So many answers: to "Mary's Garden No. 3. i
'Were receivea1: this week, there is no t
room for .the names. ; Ii
No. 4.

Beer &: Co., Chicago, originated No. 5. ., I
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung

remedy, and on account of the great 1 ,
merits and popularity of Foley's N'.6.No. .
; .-. Honey and Tar many imitations are
S Q offered for the genuine. These
Rid' yourself of the old idea that beer worthless Imitations have similar! :
y ranks an intoxicant. Scientists of 7. 1
i o sounding names. Beware of them.
today term a good beer, such as Gerst beer, "a pure-food temperance beverage." .The genuine Fo' y's Honey and Tar ; .
Think (pi-this, whiskey contains 511-2 per cent of alcohol l 1 : brandy 51 1-2 .I: is in.a yellow package. Ask for it n No. ? H j i
per and refuse any substitute. It is the ;
cent.; sberry, 23 per cent. ; champagne, 12 perr cent.; but'Gerst Deer contains best remedy for coughs and colds. No. 9 ; !

only'3'1- per cent. of alcohol, even less than is found frt.cider.! W. A. D'Alemberte druggist and : f
.On the other band, Qerst beer is apothecary. ;
extremely heavy in
vegetable food-stuff, 'e xtCtB of malt ID- !
\ and bops. It No. .
great nutrition in.a.f nn which is the least tax convey! -
t: present aids digestion and ssimilation. Drink it upon at home digestion, an4 even'then, tbtw' maU. percentage of alcohol Mt.., Horeb, Chapter, No. 6. 'r
J.\ 1 ; drink 'f at relortl. There will be a special meeting of Name !
if r f THE WM.- GERST BREWING CO. Nashville Tenn. .. 'Mt Horeb Chapter, No.6, Tuesday
@5. E evening, 19th inst at 7:30 p. m. Workin

,' ;"; L .PI1'GR BL LL, Who/OSa C't.aDi, r R.' A.- degree. -1L---: _

.; ";4r W.-E.-ANDERSON: Secretary.

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