The Pensacola journal

Material Information

The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title:
Daily journal
Alternate title:
Pensacola news-journal
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
Mayes & Co.
Creation Date:
June 19, 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
30.433333 x -87.2


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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item. Users of this work have responsibility for determining copyright status prior to reusing, publishing or reproducing this item for purposes other than what is allowed by fair use or other copyright exemptions. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions may require permission of the copyright holder. The Smathers Libraries would like to learn more about this item and invite individuals or organizations to contact Digital Services ( with any additional information they can provide.
Resource Identifier:
000373755 ( ALEPH )
16280864 ( OCLC )
ACB2955 ( NOTIS )
sn 87062268 ( LCCN )

Related Items

Succeeded by:
Pensacola news
Succeeded by:
Pensacola news journal


This item has the following downloads:

Full Text

:',-.:; _

L '. "'}:, '; .



Get readers Use with a in Journal 25,000 touch daily WimlAd t IV. S eneIa ,: nnaL .' ,The erage culation 1906 Journal's,was Daily, for. av.5; 5O2Sw 5 8 ;

o _
uu ouu

i .., THE W.EATHER.! : Fair Tuesday ani Wednesday,. light: to fresh southerly to westerly winds.

1- '
== ,




Agitation so Great that I Non-Union Sailors Fir Upon Un. GOVBRNOR. M. PA TTISON Measure Modified to Meet ths :
i E

Open Rupture is SeriouslyDehated. ( N ion' Men in Launc fat San OF OHIO, DIED YESTERDAYCONDITION Views of President ;.

Francisco.] I Roosevelt.



PLANS ARE SECRET Col. W. W. Lumpkin Enters Campaign Several Volleys Fired Ithout the GOVERNOR. HARRIS SWORN IN AS HIS THE COURT REVIEW

for the Senate in Slightest- Warn --

B IUr5T K ._ ng. SUCCESSOR. -

leaders Regard ContemplatedStep South, Carolina. Provision and Other Important
.. UNION MEN WERE EN' ROUTE TO By Associated Press legislator member of congress and

Grave Error. \ Cincinnati, June 18HGovernor JohnM. governor was born In Claremont county Features Eliminated.
as VESSEL WITH NON-U410N CREW Ohio on June 13, 1847. and enteredthe
Number of Wounded in Recent Despensary the Issue in Gubernatorial Pattison, of Ohio died at his homein army when he was sixteen years ,

(ION BOARD' ANCHORED IN THE a suburb of this city at 4:20: this old. He was a democrat and leaderin

ORATORS AT PUBLIC MEETING IN Riots is EnormousSituationNot Contest BAY FOR PURPOSE .J OF MAKING: afternoon. He passed' a 'good night support of legislation by observanceof LAKE! ERIE AND' OHIO RIVER

4 and the news this afternoon,was con- the Sabbath. ,
SUBURBS OF ST. PETERSBURG Yet Tranquil.By OVERTURES' TO THfM., sidered favorable. The announcementof Lieutenant-Governor Harris: sue-. CANAL BILL PASSED BY THE

CHEERED WITH CRIES OF EIGHT CANDIDATES HAVE AN'NOUNCED '1' his death came without warning. ceeds to the office of governor. He( SENATE AFTER LENGTHY DEBATE

.- ,. John M. Pattison 1. soldier, lawyer took the oath of office to-night. I ''
Associated Press ---
Associated Press. By ,


I throughout the town. Firing was result' of a lockout and'.tzouble existing -! HA-YE HOUSE TAKES ADJOURN.
heard at midnight near the cemetery, between tha ship owners and MENT. -
but there have been further dis '
IN INTERIOR.By no IDA TES-THREE: ,CONGRESSMEN, union sailors in this pprt, one union
fiaventv holt!",,, wero__ hnrted.. '! tM V j HAVE NO OPPOSITION. sailor was shot and killed and three
-----J ----u -- -u --J' ,.
which it is claimed 'are less than half were wounded last night 'By Associated Press.

Associated Press.St I,of the killed. The number of woundedis The shooting occurred when a CHANCE FOUND NO WashingtOn, June 18.A basis lora

Petersburg' flune 18.-The Con- enormous. By Associated Press. launch occupied by aIbout fifteen union complete agreement on the meat inspection

I'imtional! Democrats seem almost Members of the lower house commission Columbia, S. C.. June 18.COlonelW. sailors was fired on from the schooner ; provision between the President

react( to throw in their lot with the who are here to Investrgate W. Lumpkin to-day entered the National City as it laynear the Union and house committee on agriculture

rfm utionlsts. Tha popular agitation are greeted as saviours by the popu campaign for the Unted States senate Iron works. According, ,to the men : was reached to-day at the
is so great that at a caucus lasting lace.A. against Senator Tillman. The who were In the launch, several volleys TODAY CLUETo [ "White house. The bill aatboHjes

'ill) 3 this morning the question ofcianing correspondent who arrived yes campaign opens to-morrow. Colonel were fired at,them.without warning I i $3,000,000 annually to pay the cost of

* the Party's tactics atul aban- terday finds the principal stores devastated -Lumpkin will announce his platform 'When they were iwithln a few inspection. The court review provision

.tiling any further attempt to post- wrecks or mounds of ashes to-morrow. He is Confederate sol feet of the schooner. Its; said it was and the words: "In the Judgment .
pOe r j.ft open ruptur with the qovernuunt and the streets a continuous pictureof the intention of the union sailor, to of the Secretary of Agriculture" .

was seriously debat .j. arson and pillage.! nephew dier with of a a distinguished former: chief career.justice.a make an attempt to have the nonunioncrew Two Cars Will Be: Placed on the the Parties Who Attempted to will not be contained in the measure. .

!ftodtcheff and Nibokuff, lexers ntb The situation at 4 o'clock this afternoon the of the National ,CHy desert the The section waiving the civil service -

Constitutional Democrats: 1the is not entirely tranquil. The brother supreme of court a member bench and of a grandsonof present vessel which was scheduler to sail to- Bay Shore Line After 3 Wreck the Electric Car Salopoay law for one year also goes out. Thers ,

IOWT house absolute, led the radical of wing keeping, urging streets are filled with soldiers. I a former governor of Georgia. day.. As a. part-. -of the--I--plan; to_-_carry_, .!II.., .I .'. 1. will. .be no_date. on the label. of packing "
the necessity mm-uuuu mcu ueso
overtures to rue J Douse meat: products
The is the main Issuein
dispensary nigni.
pace! with the revolutionary movement launch was engaged 'and filled with p.m. changes the president is entirely sat-
the : !
gubernatorial race. There are
tnd insisting that unless they moved DEVElOPM'ENTSIXPfCTED volunteers from the sailors union. isfied and the bill will be recommitted ,
forward to battle Immediately they eight candidates for governor, two for made with the utmost desiring to the the changes be s. .
The trip was The Street :Railway Company ] senate so can
the have
lieutenant four for Although officials
governor, secretary county
would be overwhelmed and left it is evident that the men ,made. ,
: secrecy (but to give better service to patroLS I,
of state three for attorney-gen been hard at work upon the case, "
ttranded.Prof. eral on the National City were expecting has decided upon a change of schedule have far a1 I
two for comptroller, one for they so failed to secure
( Milukoft, M. Vinaver and the visit. on the dummy line so far as the LAKE' ERIE AND OHIO
state treasurer two for adjutant-gen clue as to the parties who attempted '
others counselled caution, saying I It After the launch came up to the electric car is concerned, and also the RIVER CANAL APPROVED. :
eral one for superintendent of education to wreck the big electric car on
tas not yet time to bend to the storm IN THE SPOLIED MEAT CASES, AS five for railroad commissioner. National City.. a rifle was thrust over the addition of another car from 3 dummy line Saturday night as !it was
rat In the majority.The schooner and a shot giving the June 18. The senate
! the radcals were the side of the o'clock in the afternoon, Washington :
making last to city. t
and two for the United States senate. its run '
Novoe Vremya says tony th- ANOTHER' ARREST WILL BEt I rang out, followed-. the cry "Now patrons along the :bay shore a thirty: The track "jack" which was used,! to-day passed the Lake Erie and Ohio tj
Congressmen Legare Elletbee and .
Constitutional Democrats have actual give it to them, :boys.'! Several volleys minute schedule. This schedule and by the would wreckers picked river canal bill! after a lengthy debate .:
Lever have e was '
1 resolved to break with the govern- MADE. no opposition Finley were fired on tha launch ralpid service will commence to-day.: the conductor and. ; also several bills to which there *,
at the time by ,
rent within a few dayS. but M. Strove, Patterson, Aiken and Johnson. will be succession and the.teriified. union men The schedule in Its complete form up foun-d investigation to belong !; was no objection. There was further -

editor of the Osvobojdenle informed .opposed. immediately sought the,shelter of the is published in another colcain. It will was to the! Perdido upon road, and had been discussion of !Senator Tillman's ,- '

ie Associated Press that no de'cisios! : Another arrest the,packing house small cabin c( the launch. As soon as be 110tltei'-that the one -of the cars stolen from a tool box of that company.I I resolution for the Investigation of

nad been taken. He admitted however meat case9' will be made to-day. ,It{; NEWS OF A DAY orders could b. given tj the"engineer leaves Big Bayou at 2:4-1: insteai of The parties are evidently familiar not national bank contributions to cam-

that the, leaders' plans were se- would have been}made.yesterdaybut: of 'thelaunch, ,he jtur d-about 'andsped 2:30. Tnis'is donet.tnto.. allow only with, the schedules .of the ,car; ,1! paigns. The session adjourned out -
ret 'Many of the Oberals fear a rupture the officials have rea.sons of their own his boat away from:thfr-scene as the many biness'men. and clerks an which now makes a trip'froin the city lof respect to Representative Lesterof

and regard contemplated step for holding the arrest In abeyance until IN THE: COURTS rapidly as possible. A run of nearly addition ten minutes in which to obtain at 11 o'clock, but also with conditions Georgia

i* a grave: error. They claim that the I some time todaywhen' it is expected ; two miles was taken to the harbor: their dinner and reach the city; at Perdldo as the company there employs r

t Constitutional Democrats cannot 'hope some of'the parties connected emergency hospital where the men before 3 clock. Numbers: of them watchman, and in order to,HOUSE ADJOURNED

'o keep step with the advanced rad- with the sale of meats in Pensacola ,who had been shot were quickly lifted residing along the bay lee the city steal the "Jack" they had to know AFTER SHORT SESSION.

icals, who at meetings held in the su will be taken into custody U'pOn the WITNESS HEARD IN CASE OF BENNIE from the boat by their friends.! At the at 2 o'c'ock' and now Ttith the additional when and at what time he left for the .

uurts of St Petersburg last night not charge of selling spoiled meat. hospital it was found that Andrew ttn minutes will have a little wharf on his rounds. Washington, June 18.-The house -
onlv condemned the lower house of The charge upon which the two '.. Kellner had been almost instantly kill more time In which to eat and Then This Is the fifth attempt to wreck adjourned after a twelve minutes'

parliament: and characterized: the Con 'managers were found guilty Saturday CASES IN JUSTICE COURT. ed. Two bullets had entered his chest catch the car. the bayou car -md the officers :and company I i I' session to-day after announcement -

"nutonal?! : Democrats as traitors but was keeping spoiled and tainted meats, and one of. them had evidently pene- The Thirty-minute schedUle com are making every endeavor to was made of.the death of Representative ,

even denounced the group of toll. 1.1 but It is understood that the arrest tr&tefdi his heart. His remains were men !' at :S; o'clock in the afternoon, locate the guilty parties. There were' Rufus J;; Lester, of Georg ,

iladn: was hissed because he trisdj that will foe made to-day will be made taken to the morgue. All the woundedmen when two cars will be placed on the only two passengers on the car at the,The death was announced by Representative :
to explain the absurdity of the con ten-II for selling meat in a decayed condi Two witnesses were heard in'behalfof will recover and will be removed run, and will continue until S o'clock lime! but those who attemtpea' to derail Bartlett of Georgia, who l' '

ton: that the house must demand that tion. The mayor has been furnishedvath the prosecution in the case of B.j tomorrowto the marine hospital. No at night These hours aio during thperi.d it were not aware of this and'stated that Mr. Lester had been a r% I

!'he mperOr; summon a constituent asembly information in the case and has H. Burton vs. (Bennia Edmundson tha arrests have been made as the that the travel 13 heaviest, and! their 'work might have caned the;member of the house for nearly ',-f j

The meeting refused to list ordered that arrests be made upon latter being charged ,with an assault t schooner at once moved out Into the many persons are coming to and leaving death or seikus injury of many pee eighteen years. He offered the usual t

fa to his statement that the government this information. upon Burton on the pier at the LifeSaving bay. the city, and the added service will ple. Fortunately the car war equipped= resolution which was agreed to, and ]}j

could not be asked to sign Its Station cia June 11. be reat'y! appreciated by the patrons. with air brakes and ag soon as the Speaker Cannon named as a committee :::
death warrant Constituent assemblies A .M. MCMinch, the first witness, comte aplates' other *_..
o\:a The company the obstruction and rise to attend the funeral. Messrs.
he said, were constituted afltf BOWMAN ASSIGNED testified that he ,was present at the SEMICENTENNIALOF in the service as the motorman saw the '
Improvements in i the track he, quickly brought Bartlett GrIggs, Brantley, Adamson :ij
time the alleged assault occurred. He the management I I
not summoned by the government.The I patronage increases, and car to a standstill. Hargwick, Bell, and Lewis, of Geor-
orators at the meetings gloried stated that Edmundson struck (Burtonin hops to give the city a first Heretofore the attempts hue always -t, gia; Burton, of Ohio; Bankhead.. of -
the face and that the latter had, few
the dictatorship of the \within a obstruction
coming class system been ma.le by placing !some; I Alabama; Sparkman, of Florida; .':'
proletariat: and cheered the cries of fallen Edmundson held him by one' I such as large; pieces of bal I Bishop, of Michisan: Lawrence, of C
"Down with the government and the foot and kicked his severely. "Witness! but the motormaa!Massachusetts of Alabama '
TRIP ;u : that ha'o! interfered after Bur :
aiddle classes!" PRESENT CAPTAIN OF bald he : Associated Press always caught sight of these m time Davidson, of Wisconsin, and Burgess, < .
PENSA-1 had been kicked several times j 18. The celebration
ton< Philadelphia June occafioi the .
The bakeries continue closed todaythe to stop, aud on this of Texas. \...:
COLA YARD WILL made Edmundson desist. of fifteenth anniversary of another plan,
strikers threatening to 'wreck the 1 1I BY would-be wreckei It
Dr. T. S. Mitchell, who examined to-day
the republican party began without! success. ;
!!iops where attempts were made to I I I fortunately!
GARST IN COMMAND., Burton, testified as to the extent of (Delegations from all sections of the, hut BIG CROWDS
take however,
bread. Little hardship; !
that Burton
He stated
injuries. two
his including
(as thus far resulted. Tha lower was badly 'bruised and that the principal country were present of, the republic By,'Associated Press. THE: :
hundred veteran-s : 18.-The HOME FOR -
: Y. June
tastesVere warned and supplies Binghampton, N. ;
themselves with black bread in ad- Special To The ,Journal, injury had probably been inflicted party who voted: for John C. Freemont containing Julian H. Thomas, ARE EXPECTED
lanee, The strike of the bakers is to Washington, D. C. June' 18.- wth: some witness blunt to be heard for for president. The celebration is un- formerly of Atlanta, and Charles NAVAL Y. M.: C. A.
of the
tx followed in a few days by a hutch As a result of the sentence, of Captain Marsh der the auspices of the league Leves which left New York yesterday J
the defense and' its
Clubs which is holding t
formerly command Republican Berlin
Garst New
rrs strike. Perry South
the until Friday morning landed near TO COME TO PENSACOLA ON THB
Rhode Island continued case annual convention here. A letter was -
of the battleship trip.
The news from the interior shows at 10 o'clock. when It is possiblethat Roosevelt. this: morning after a By Associated Prea
Penacola President
C. G. Bowman captain read from CHEAP EXCURSION ON
thaI the is Captain The announcement
wave of strikes spreading.The has been assigned : a decision will be rendered. Norfolk June 18.
usual numiber of robberies a'e ; Navy Yard made here that a millionaire JUNE
Justice of Peace Court. has !been 28TH.
reported"' to-day emphasizing the grow- to: the command of,the vessel. Judge Nichelsen had a number of WILL BEGIN WORK TENNIS MATCHWON merchant of New York has I j ,0'j

tng lawlessness and anarchy in the! for agreed to give $2i>OOOO for the con i
before him yesterday
countr There have been two mur-; FOR defendants BY BRITAIN of a home for the Norfolk i' ,
CHILDREN SUE preliminary bearing. Nettie Howard, NEW RAILROADBy struction Big crowds are expected in Pensa-
&rous ON Associatioj
train robberies in the Christian ,
Emma JIuralo, Elsie'Kehoe, P. 1,. Geneva Young Men's cola on June 28, a9; on this date cheap ;
and i thre=> stage coaches were hed! up which was established here throughthe excursions will be
white, and Lizzie Phillips co1- run over the P. & j
In Poland A case of arms and 5,000 DEATH OF FATHER ored,' entered pleas of guilty to lewdness Associated Press By Associated Preas. interest of Helen Gouli P. and P. & A. Division of the Louisville ..
dges have been confiscate; at the criminal; 18.-ta the Davis international and Nashville, and from -
Ba] and were held to Ga. June 18.-Work on London, June report
!: on an incoming steamer. court. Lillle Green an'd:i!!Ida .Bolder, on of the Atlanta Birmingham : tennis cup match to-day S BOY received they will be we!l patroniz a. >
government seems to fear a rep- charge, waived examination the from I F-I. Smith, of Great Britian, beat Hol- On this date the annual picnic of tha I '
Associated Press. the same Atlantic railway
ft1on of atConstadt By and '
the November mutiny 1,.
and H.
American, Order Conductors
I Louisa Collins and Lena Williams combe Ward, an of Railway occurs,
where the sailors andflrjues Athens Ala., June IS.-JThe children pnd tried and committed. Warm Springs to Atlanta will let begin I Doherty of Great Britian beat R. D. IS DROWNED and they have arranged with the L. : 1
and soldiers and workmen of-B. F. Gresham, who'was killed two were Court. soon. The contract has to an American. L. & N. to put a special train on the ;
of Little
are reported to be extremely turtmtent years ago by John 'Morris, senior and Recorder's the Callahan Construction Company dvision which will reach the ;

TWO infantry regiments have beeuh.amly John Morris, Junior, have filed suitor Recorder Lansy had a big docket Knoxville, Tenn. city about 10 o'clock in the morning,

dispatched to Cronstadt from thirty thousand dollars damages before him in the municipal,court yesterday !- CREW TAKEN FROM LEN ANTOINE LEFT HOME: YESTERDAY -',.and will afford the visitors ample ;:

Kruno'e Seo! and two batteries of against the two men. The eMer Morris morning. There were thirty- HORSE TOOK FRIGHT : ; time to visit the city and do trading "' '

"t'llery of the guard and two machine is one of the most wealthy men el 1rht cases docketed for trial, but of AND RAN AWAY.A VESSEL -AND'HAS NOTSINCE as well aj spend the afternoon at the :

gn::1 batteries have been sent ther in this se<:tioI Both men are now this number eight were continued anJ STRANDED BEEN SEEN. t picnic, returning to their homes tha

f-on: : Orameabaum. The streets of under bond waiting prosecution. two discharged. Fines imposed fine mare, owned by Captain E.E. :, ,. same night 'n

Cronstadt are lined with troops and amounted to $164.00. i. Saunders, ran away yesterday Those coming from the north will :
the welltoHlo inhabitants are hurriedly BAYMAN WAS BADLY New Suits Filed. morning and created considerable excitement By Associated Press this afternoon Len Antoine a boy of about fourteen come on the regular trains of which : '

leaving the Islan'i on which the 'INJURED SATURDAY The following suit was filed yesterday in the lower portion of the New York June 1S.-Late of the steamer, : years of age is missing from his!, there are a sufficiency to accommodate !

toTn is situated.KIDNAPPED. ,- in the office of the clerk of the city. The horse'- was hitched under nL_____position.n-*_oTT
nouse when .DUl..V. ---- -- --- allll "Le! c. UJ w -- ,
nsn a !
Tony Malacca a bayman was badly j circuit court: the shed at the t so dangerous:: thatit Cllyt the city during the afternoon.
became in the bay.
injured Saturday afternoon in'loaolng' Tin=y Pate vs Joe Pate, divorce. dummy engine passed and frightenedthe II reSt?rday, brin the crew has been drownea' The conductors anticipate larger J,
to ? his home yesterday
BOY lumlber Into a ship at Perdldo,wharf. A Thos. Pebley solicitor for complainant animal to such an extent that it was decided leaving the steamerin The boy left hour' crowd on this occasion than has been .
the carrying '
They are after noon ,
and dashed the ashore. shortly ::1
swing containing a large, number of broke the bridle up breeches buoy and in a life cast net, intending to here at any of their annual picnics {
of lumber was going from the .wharf at full speed. the with him a sengers are being made by the L. & .:'t
one passenger
FOUND BY POLICEBy pieces Besides the crew in the bay. Since "'
to the ship and,.struck .t1acca. VIOLATED THESHERMAN ,The animal was attached to a boat. catch some fish and preparations to handle the pa3' : ,
cars was aboard.SEFATECOMMIUEE. then he has not been seen by anyone "
it the
One rib was broken and he was otherwise traggy, and although N. "
the beach, and parents are t"t !
residence of Captain along
and wharf to the '
and was
bruised( LAW TO
that while throwing the net he
Associated Press taken to his tome for treatment 'Sounders, the vehicle was injured LESTER FUNERAL.I!I afraid !.t
and drowned.
of broken ATTEND got in deep water was CHANCELLOR J
Philadelphia, June 18.-Freddie I.- ,only to the extent a spoke a- I: He has never remained- away from NEW

jwutn{ who was kidnapped from school BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED BY and end of the shaft By Associated Press later than 7 o'clock at;night, and .
"3es recovered: in a sensa- Washington, June thIs caused them to become: unea yearly UNIVERSITY OF GA.
New York June 18.-The federal TUG ARRIVED
manner this afternoon. Chief Clay, Clapp, Warner, Fulton I in the night and -whsu he did 'j
01 Detectives Nora John Diamond I jury to-day handed down n'tIi- FOR CARGO OF COAL. Bacon,
at grand I
committee -
Donaghy went to West Last Saturday and Overman were appointed a not appear later search was commenced -
Philadelphia, and found Joseph Kean a'ged 96, celebrated his birthd I dictement charging the McAndrewsand to :attend the .funeral of Rep!I but uP to 1 o'clock this morn-, By Associated Press. : j !I
u his captive. Kean present nearly 300 Forbes Company the John S. The big tug John Inglis towing i Prof. David ;, !
attempted to .y. There were resentative Lester. ing no trace of him had been fount: Athens, Ga., ilune 18-
gape, but was shot at by the detec- of his descendants besides a large Young Company; of Baltimore, and barge No. 13. owned by the Port In- It is possibu!; that he with others Crenshaw Barrow was this afternoon 'r'; !

He then surrendered. The boy, number of friends and relatives. Thirteen the presidents of the two corpora glis Transportation Company arrivedin Won Annual.Steeplechase.. went across the bay in a boat anrf the unanimously elected chancellor of tha ,.: !

1"ho n 7 years old! was apparently un- of sxteen: children\ are:: living, tions, Carl Jungbluth and Howard E., port yesterday for a cargo of coal. 1%.-William C. Hays'"Granpa" high wind and rough weather prevented University of Georgia, succeeding the }
'harmed be leaded here with Boston
except the evidence of ,suffering and in the host that observed the day Young, with violation of the Sherman The barge will the grand annual their return. This is the opinion late Walter B. HilL j
from grandchildren. It anti-trust law. The indictment resulted -about 250 tons of the fuel won elected :'. ;
hunger several Prof. C. M. Smelling was
and who believe the boy
exposure. there"were of two and a hall miles held by many,
kean |Is a real estate agent and had Is the intention of the family 'to con- from the investigation of:the' so- .The tug is in command of Captain steeplechase and cup at Brooklyn will show up at home all right during dean of Franklin College! the place :
of $5,250
de-manded five thousand dollars for tinue the celebration o. this ,eyent as called tobacco trust commenced "by a Peter Olsen formerly this city, but worth '&f to-day. : vacated bj Chancellor Barrow. '
the return of the boy. it has been for a number of Tears grand jury in May of last year.; who recently went to Port Snglis., to-day. > t",

_. -'.
j ,
,. .; :C. ry -- "--
.t 0 .. __ --- -
i: ;',= ...;,c;;. ,-_ --.T--- ,0' -- -- &
I-' -- ...,:"'" --'...y-.t"' : ii _..i.tJ: -

,. _.
r .o -- ,'sn Fi r..4.> ; .. ? i- hcr ---- "- .-

Y -
.r ...-.... .. -

PAGE TWO .1 ,... T ErE. S ,c. JOURNAL. TUESDY MORN I N G, JUNE 19, 180B._ _
y :



: While Rheumatism usually. worse,In Winter because of the cold and
dampness of a changing atmosphere, it is by no means a Winter disease
... entirely. Persons in whose blood the uric acid, which produces the disease,
has collected, feel its troublesome pains and aches all the year round. The 1
: cause of Rheumatism is a sour, acid condition of the blood, brought about l[
by the accumulation in the system of refuse matter, which the,natural ave.
nues of bodily waste have failed to carry off. This refuse matter coming in .
contact with the different acids of the body, forms uric acid which is absorbed
by the blood and distributed to.all parts of the body and Rheumatism gets
possession of the system. Rheumatic persons are almost constant sufferers; Local
; the nagging pains in joints and muscles, are ever present under the most
favorable climatic conditions, while exposure to dampness or an attack of ness in i iI
Indigestion will often bring on the severer symptoms even in warm, pleas-
ant weather. Liniments, plasters, lotions, etc., relieve the pain and give the from 25 t mmon.
sufferer temporary comfort,but are in no sense curative;because Rheumatismis
not a disease that can be rubbed away orS '
drawn out with a plaster. S. S. S. is the best Since the .
S S treatment for Rheumatism: it goes down into on conditions ;
the blood and attacks the disease at its head, at Chicago, in
0 and by neutralizing the acid and driving it out, canned meats your
PURELY VEGETABLE and building up the thin, sour blood, cures
Rheumatism permanently. Being made en- some
tirely of roots, herbs and barks, S. S. S. will not injure the system in the of from 25 to + '
least. Book on Rheumatism and any medical advice without charge. packing house insufficiently

one or two

,, CLOSING EXERCISES meats that the in this s. -

many years.
crease in ,

i: OF CLASSICAL SCHOOL other ers."The than unsterilized

Chicago i : ; ,.
needs every aid and inspiration at his lottom out !
: Will Be Held Next Monday Night own home. have always than half
This school is more important 10 this line of
at School Auditorium and our city than a college would be just was made : /
now. Its: curriculum is broad and sub dropped off '
Gymnasium. stanUalenough to furnish a thorough more. Just :
grounding for all who may have no cf my ipslire purity.
inclination or means for instruction beyond a supply of
: the secondary school, and its came to me a I. .
SIXTH ANNUAL SESSION WILL BE spirit, neutral ann' moral, is strong port was
enough to start a boy enthusiasticallyand asked me to :
That how
-. successfully on his college course.It had on hand1 : *
BY DR. E. B. CRAIGHEAD, deserves more than our respect; in exchange
it deserves our praise and our ;loyri modate her. .
We can all learn much from the ad- for that : important
THE SCHOOL AND ITS dress of Dr. Craighead. It is an ex- stance '
ceptional honor he pays a secondary a gentleman *
school, and one which no doubt o':r get a supply
citizens will show their appreciation I trip. While i deem
The occasion is one to which the for the trip we
On "Monday night tfune 25th, tha public generally is invited, and especially canned meats ; .
closing exercises of the Pensacola those Interested in' education. of it. The I
Classical School are to be held in the pled: with .,
auditorium and of the
gymnasium THE ORIGINAL. canned goods. it.
school on North Palafox street
This, the sixth annual session will Foley & Co., Chicago, originated tion said!
Honey and. Tar as a throat and lung bacon might
be brought to a fitting close by an '
address by Dr. H. B. Craighead, presi- remedy, and on account of the great .
merits and popularity of Foley'aHoney he could see .. ,
dent of Tulane University, whose position .his chances :
introduces him all over the coun and Tar many imitations are
try as one of the most distinguishedand offered for the genuine. These i:could see
he knew not
influential educators. It is worthless imitations have similar
a rare I 1 I I
Sol. Cahn
privilege for the citizens of Pensacolato sounding names. Beware of them. r
I I "Yes, there
have an opportunity of hearing an The genuine Foley's Honey and Tar Phone '16 '
in the sales ;
address from so distinguished a I is in a yellow package. Ask for it !I
do not think The Lewis Bear Co
scholar and educator. Such messages and refuse any substitute. It la the
119 he has to deliver will be well timed.'best remedy for coughs and colds. would and Palafax Sts., Pensacola
The city is !beginning a new era in W. A. D'Alemberte druggist and II tention not< .
reason of the
educational endeavor as well as com- apothecary.Bay t'ons at ; 7
mercial and industrial life. The would notice : ,
words of such men as Dr. Craighead Lodge, ,No. 2505, K. of H. the decrease sprang"t
must serve to give au aolded Impetusto Bay Lodge, No. 2505, K. of H. meets the report on
the "being made in the direction
progress every second and fourth Friday even not been :!
of better educational advan- ing at eight o'clock, at Odd Fellows'old sale o* hams
tages.It hall on West Intendencia St VisIting ea'. fnd we
is !both appropriate and commen fable -
brothers cordially invited.R. than we have
Classical School should
that the P. REESE. Dictator. I have been:!
hive inaugurated distinguished the educators custom of inviting from JOHN L. HKNEY. Reporter business'Another

abroad to (bring the public into touch I I, his name :
with the higher institutions of learn- Getting Rid of Visitors. i mighty good
educational ef i I
ing and inspire further "Mamma all '
wants two of know
forts. The of a school movement represents towards the better beginning butter exactly like what pounds you sent if we did and I, of the OldApplelree"
her last. our share of ;, !
opportunities for Pensacola's youth. If it ain't exactly Eke starve to :
. who recall the modest beginning what she before 'I :
Those got she won't tdce sugar. How l takes an Electric Fan for comfort.
of this institution and have, it," said a young boy to the proprietor blood is used I
watchew its growth In the face of discouragements : I rk and Supplies of all kinds.
in an East Germantown stork fact, for I i
and now see it take :
rank among the best schools of the recently. The grocer, his face we from know? If the i I I ELECTRIC COMPANYPhone
south gladly Join in congratulating wreathed in smiles, turned to a are flirty I
.,: its principal on the magnificent work number of customers who stood by troughs into 570.
te has accomplished.advantages His formerly efforts have to and remarked blandly: "Now, some slaughtered j I I I
brought here people in business don't like to a little I
16 had at a cost of hundreds of dollars my i i
annually, with all the quickening influence come in contact with particular customers be into a good the : :

that an educational institution but I sincerely say I do. I shirts, etc. : I ; C. Smith & Brc'sTYPEWRITER
can have on a community; they hare take great delight, in serving them some grades I i iI .
l raised the standard and thus been and try my best to secure for them End it is
been beneficial to the whole community such I I to individual pupils what they desire. Just wait another :
mental to ;
This is a consideration far beyond the minute, my little man, and I will of things' I I.I.I Write For Catalogues.
measure of dollars. fill your order with pleasure." The The :
Education means added intelligence, little boy, being thus encouraged to number' of i i I. ,

moral every influence strengthening that in contributes society, and to speak,> admonished! the busy grocerto by The / I I II

education is elevating to its ever "be sure and get the same kind that been the injured '! ....... ...............t.y.!
member.' And certainly no agency Is of butter, because? a lot pf pop's relations -.would take a I
i, more effective for this than such a are yisiting our house and cover, if it ;
school as this, which offers the foundation mamma doesn't want 'em to come meats have : Bride and I
for a broad education just at a again:'-Philadelphia Record. cannea' meats : : I'
period of life when the boy and girl extent, and < I I .
I have, to a : :
product of !
; !
( : I I
I : 1 1I :
.: Doomed Man : I I !! !.I i. 1 invited to come and see us. "ne" 've a r''' ,1 i
Angel" nable you to furnish your home hands :
"In the I j jI 'I Dey-or but mighty little (and a little h. -, .
when there ) Our plan is to Buy Now, Pay La < :

will never get well and,strong, bright, hap- and many. I : tUe along as you can spare it. ..

and free from until of ,the ',name .
py, hearty pain, you buildup your: '
constitution with a nerve refreshing,:blood-making i ; knew was elected f i as Low as $20.00 i

tonir like laid a: : : as high: as 1175.00, with lots of prices '''-, 4
after Barstow oak sideboard for $15 while o" t
of his office : as $65. Good dining room chairs fe-: '. :
a capital : I. to 450. Refrigerators from $9.00o J y i
1Vineof@nl1liIt "The fact : chests. Window shades made any; =
within reach !I : rollers that never give any trouble. :.

the, sheriff: .
the' lack by I
Makes Pale Cheeks Pink reading In th i & QUIMA :

:and praying. ( : St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla \

It Is a pure, harmless, medicinal tonic, made from vegetable for the han / ...*........+.........*.....*.."
Ingredients: which relieve female gain and distress, such as headache he became had i> < -
backache bowel ache dizziness. chills scanty or profuse menstruation -
dragging down pains, etc.It'is him and ii

1.t I a building, strength-making medicine for women, the only was new and ; : Hard Burned
t< medicine that is certain Jo do you good. Try It. of the law's :

["I Q Sold' by every druggest In $1.00 bot es. the readiness platform the Brick

1 I
; freely and frankly, in strictest confidence of mine"wntes Mrs.. F. .'L. Jones of to start a ; DELIVERY AT $8.00 A
,telling us all your symptoms and G.11latinTenn; :: platform bE>
troubles. We will send free adviceIn "For since taking Cardul I have 'I Want to I AND F. O. B. THE KILN.
( plain seal envelope), how to gaIned 35 lbs.,and anOn better health prisoner .
cure them. Address: Ladies' Advisory than for the past 9 years. I tell my
"As the
Dept,The Chattanooga Medlone Co., husband that Cardui is worth its f 'Mill Company\,
Chattanooga, Tenn. weight in gold to all suffering ladies." Iff bwied : I
t '
and :
\ ::: 21 East Garden Street.
trap was
i I ,,",-"""' ==-> -- --.....""



a; ...- -.- _;;, ", ., _., :, >_.-'. ;"' '''''+''''' ,;.= ... : y';"' :,d.W,>, -.".-... ) ....,,- '. '" 1i: ,,.o "*" ,- .\.:;' 'o i- ; .M. ..zU:,.;..,",, : ; ,-" ..- ""';'Jt--':!t ""'- ;> .'. 'I-. .i ... f-: =, 1 ,

"" ' -

'. ,,,-, ,"\,,'t'",,, ,. .l : "'''-<.:''' ll':...-": < "" 'f) .:cG;';" :H'-'v. .. _'. :' .:"",<".'.- %r?!"'"- -.:",:, ,,. "","'f'--'';." : ."'- : "" ;-T.J';0'i- : "- : J.J<.... :!}"" > '-5 :::',l',' ., .!!... ._. .;:' ,r.. .::..... .". .& V<; .; ." >""- .< I 1"' '';'>,; 3 :;.J.,'


: :. <.


r= rMN[ ARE.[ ALL "Just ,as Good"...;.. "QUEER'WILY SCHEMES BALLJLAYEES THAT HAVE: BEEN aaaaaaaa2aaaeaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaa aaaaaa i t r'r'I '!

Pain*! WORKED ON; TH ';;D[ MOND.

0D D ,'r. j. I A Great Whit Shoe Sale I ; .

I EMPLOYEDN..OW l You never hear of a paint tetter than the Clere.Trick: by Wbfeh Dalrym"
Pure White Lead and Pure Linseed Oil. pie Once Won m Game F'ortbe: Chicago -
is what Pure
"Just as good" they say.
_The Brazen Manner Which
II White Lead and Pure Linseed Oil are
4 acknowledged to be.the standard, by Which "King Kel" Cat the Baaea.. ALL THIS WEEK. m

I N all paints are measured. Tricks worked with: 'such.exceeding :.

...... v..iy_..-.._, The skillful painter invariably prefers to speed as ,to'deceive the umpire,..the opposing

use his business it, and mix reputation it He built knows by that the ,team. end often 'practically, ev- N We will offer our entire stork of White Canvas Oxford N J-

use.ofthat paint which will give yen the !!ry'. on\\! on th ground have been pull SIfppersand Shoes in both ffien's Women's and Children'sat .
most satisfactory results. ed oft again and again by; clever ballplayers m

'.", .-'.\ Many' Ships a ra Takhig g Cargoes, He knows Pure Whit Lead wears evenly, ,,and:>Zany of them have won the following reduced prices: {
and when ground in Pure Linseed Oil has games. N m :
"Why these tears?" said! the and Thousands of f 'Dollars greater elasticity and It'Is: strange that the stories of such fj
adhesive force than tricks are confined to so few men.

elephant. I Was Paid Out Saturday.The known.any other paint Whether that is because only'. a few & MISSES AND CHILDRENS I 1 1m
turned such tricks or whether all the fQ
"Alas!" said the ostrich, "I He knows,too, that ---69C
attributed them $1.00 Slippers for _
to _
tricks were _
the best results are clever g --- -- ------ >------------------------

have but two legs to show off men who depend on .bay work obtained only whenthe \ Just as all the funny stories are, attributed Oxfords and fo/t- $3cu
: notorious _----------------- ------- t
for a livelihood: are getting all they paint is mixed to story tellers no ,
these beautiful grousers boughtfrom with referenceto but the greatest of the
t can attend to now, and from the pros special one $2.00 Oxfords and Slippers for -$1.6&
--------- ----
the surface to be attributed to Mike ,
Standard tricks are Kelly, jf
the Clothing
the work will continue for twoor '
pects painted Jimmy McAleer! Pat Tebeau. Billy |j $2.50 Oxfords and Slippers, fOr.__________ ------ _-----$1.97LADIES' m $t:
Company, whereas you have three weeks longer, as vessels con To make sure of Hamilton Comiskey, Tip O'XeiLand I -:: ;
tinue to arrive for lumber and timber the best White Lead tell your painter to use Tommy McCarthy. r "
four. cargoes while others are under charter RED SEALPure Tricks are pulled off almost every g : W

Trousers, $2.00 to 800. and due to arrive during this day-little ones, often unsportsmanlikebut 0 .:

month. ... ( by the White Old butch Le&dHade Proem '- they win ball games and that I 8j $7.50 Oxfords, Leather Heels, 'or__________ ____________$1.27 X13 ;
especially in professional games, Is.all 1--
Last week who is skilledin ) I
every man Your interest and the painter's are iden. that counts. It is boldness and quick m $1.75 Oxfords and Gibson Ties for ______________________$L39 ,
this class of labor was at work, and tical. Adulterated paint Uw xyftj

some stevedores were compelled to i will peel, crack or.blister, I possible thinking, and and actingthat however one make can them feel $2.00 Oxfords and Ribbon Ties, for___________ ________$1.69 0J j jx :
take outside of the associationto f however skillfully laid on. -
fill men put gangs, while in other instances The result for you is an early about the sportsmanship of the player. $2.50 Oxfords, in Blucher and Plain: ____________________$2.19 SfSj .
who turns the trick he cannot but admire >
ships worked short-handed for expenditure for repainting N ':
I lack of men. Of course, the present( and for him a discredited the cerebral celerity of the playeuDalrymple $2.50 Gibson Ties_____._________-__________________ ______.._$2.19 fiJ :
rush of work 'will not but reputation. the old Chicago star, .
( continue "
1 $1.50 Oxfords Para Soes$1.27MEN'S :i
it came at a time that it -was badly Send for a booklet conUining I once' won a game by one of the cleverest fy tu

CttMRDCUIF needed as many of the men had been tome reproductions several hand.of I I tricks ever pulled off. It was.yin a ru }
idle for several weeks, and in some PUreC ,r actual valuable hoaxes luigeitiona oSering i game against Philadelphia when the | K /
instances, months, and were glad: lor a color scheme la pennant fortunes of the team seemed :
when the opportunity offered to.makegood painting yourhouse. A U wavering. The game was close and "
test for punt purity
wages. also given. went Into extra Innings with the,score jg $7.50 Outing Oxfords, Rubber Soles_______________________95ofy hi .j

- has The had Gulf very Transit few vessels Company taking, which car ,61arkAv.aad. NATIONAL lettSt-StUnl LEAD COMPANY!.Ma i 5 to inch 5 and of both ground.teams The fighting eleventh for every inning $2.00 White and Grey Canvas Shoes____________________$1.23 N ."

COFFEE CO. goes under during charter this month has a number FOR SALt BY ALL DEALERS began with darkness descending fS $2.50 White and Grey Canvas Shoes____________________$1.89 rJ. ;'!
CITY for the latter portionof
,, over the field with thescore still a tie. m : :
the month. Some of these will load -- ----- --'-- --
Chicago scored one run, and the Philadelphia
Roasters, Blenders and Shippers of cotton and timber, and .this will assist PAY FOR A PIANO. crowd, which had the last ffl Here is an opportunity to buy your Hot Weather Shoes, ffij ,./.
in keepng! the baymen at work. .I
When you like. That's a proposition : howling at the umpire to call
The company also has a big charter that has into I bats was SJ such has never been offered you. 5j (
Fine CoffeesOUR put a piano many a i the on account of darkness, but as
list for July and business will in- home. You can have 'one too if you i,I game
crease on the wharf shortly and continue like. This is the Clutter plan I i i he refused end the Quakers were sent $ Yours for White Shoe Business, m ,-
COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALl good during the -balance of the Wbuldn't yOU like 'to' know about it? I to the bat. Two men were retired and A1 "t .' ,
GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL year. Write or calLCLUTTER then a single and a double suddenly *M -rri 'i
Thousands of dollars were paid out MUSIC HOUSE, changed the aspect of things.
Saturday night by the stevedores of Pensacola Fla. With men on second and third anda
Pensacola. In fact, the past week's big hitter up Chicago's chances grew

\White Barber ShopThe pay roll was about'the largest in many dim and it began delaying and fightIng : :
months and the merchants will feel] for darkness. Still the umpire was I Watson Parker & Reese Co I

white barbers formerly of 3Ii Its effects this week.If ONE OF EGYPT'S MYSTERIES obdurate, and the ball was pitched. ,

S. Palafox St., are now located at No. you knew the value of hamber.lain's A Lake,Fart .( Which !. Fresh and Tbelbatter swung. There,was a crack, ,
J E. Government St., next to WEstern Salve yon would, never wisi to the Other ,Part Salt. and the sphere went-flying out to left
[Union be without it. Here are some of the During the reign of Said Pasha a center. It was lost fronrslght in an In fU Successors to wGREEN&WATSON i.t:

diseases for which it is especially causeway was built across the lake of stant.The. crowd did not know whether

valuable: Sore nipples chapped Mareotfe, with the result that the western it was a home run or a line fly. m t
COTTRELL hands burns frost bites, chilblains, Two players went tearing toward the
-portion of-the lake became'highly
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. chronic sore' '.eyes itching piles tet plate. In that instant Dalrymple stood
Pensacola. Fla. ter salt rheum and eczema. Price Impregnated with salt, while the east still, shored both hand above his'head, Waaaaaa a aaaa aaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaa :
25 cents per box. For sale by all ern,.part. remained as formerly' ,. only. waited an instant, jerked them down, GG ftly.i: .

druggists. i iI slightly' brackish. .Scientists, are, .not stuck something: into his pocket and -
I satisfied as to the source: :df the immense turning ran totit>re clubhouse while )< ,
Something Swell in Gold Jewelry. j And White, forgetting; all about his ., ..
crowd roared Chicago's vic ''''=-=
Ii -
of salt contained in the the over r
NECROLOGY quantity the of his voice. ::
W. A. Gahlenbeek 213 S. Palafox! St lap broken leg got up and,wanted to fightBill "j' ,
lake and some have conjectured rn tory. .: The umpire and the opposing players Lange used to pull off a trick r
S. floe passed away yesterday at his underground passage 'from the se!. But in the clubhoue Dal confessed had too much experience with Kelly that set catchers wild,and it was this THE STORY OF A BASKET :.:.

TURTON & BELL. home 323 Wl Intendencia street of However, there is no risible channel that he' hadn't's rithe. all, and his tricks to pay any attention to trick that made him the champion, base OF CLOTHES :'!"
hadn't the slightest idea where it bad .
a complcation of diseases. funeral
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. The by which the sea water might enter, him so the third baseman scooped the runner of the league for two years. .
Kodak! Supplies. Finishing for Amitaipj. afternoon will occur at from 3 o'clock the residencethis : !and' as one eanide.all. "around it it Is fallen it and that his entikplay which} of; fooled catchIng ball and shot it to first the umpire He bad a habit of starting from first Take it from the standpointof !' -i
will be was pantomime
running there to watch the play. Kel base at a terrific clip just as the pitcher a woman who has to hunt anew f '
to all intents
in charge of the and a lake.
German society of purposes except a few in the left field
everybody almost ran over the pitcher, and then, pitched the ball, and then, instead of washerwoman every week I
which deceased was a member. In- Its length is about nine miles and its! bleachers, who saw the ball cross the .
R. K. WHITE the he and it lot of hard work
with one fleeting glance at umpire continuing would stop short and means a
terment will be in St. John's ceme- breadth four and it furnishes the left field fence of the grounds and fall .
entire ,
Watchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate tery. he turned and struck through the diamond grin at the catcher who was In a positIon and worry. Taken from the ;
salt supply for Egypt A miniature Into the street .... of Star it '.J.
Optician S. Palafox Street. Pensacola: Fla. > for the plate."Out' to throw. The moment the standpoint a patron
railway runs from the workshopsto Johnny'Evers once worked a clever means a lot of hard work and 'y
Arrested for Smoking. yelled the umpire on the run- catcher started to throw the ball back
Two arrests were made last night the lake, where the salt is-cut and trick that resulted in a put-out. lie was ner at first base and then turning to the pitcher or to shoot it to first worry avoided-and for a cost .t

Tersely ToldJesse for violating the smoking on'street car i the trucks filled by gangs of Bedouins playing secondhand,there was a run quickly he sought Kel-and discoveredhim I Lange would make a dash for second about the same as the how washer-much .>.';
woman, and think :
when the batter cracked
ordinance. Both the arrests were who during the season are at work day ner on first a just sliding across the plate with and ekht out of ten times would land ,.
made by Officer Simmons and were I I and night At the workshops the salt hot grounder straight at him. In some a yell of victory. He had scored from In safety.'l' He always claimed that he better ;.';;

I colored men. I is ground and packed and from there way the ball shot straight between his first on an infield out and, although could beat the delayed throw much
C. Clarke of Gainesville is distributed all the legs and rolled on out to center field. the The Star Steam U
over country.To the opposing team yelled long and! easier than a straight throw from
in the city on a short vis't. the unscientific mind the main Without blinking an eyelash Evers I catcher to second.I i':
HEALTHY PUANTS. went through the pantomime of throw- loud, the umpire was forced to admit I Laundry.
Mj. and Mrs. G. D. Nobles and son charm of the lake i$ its beauty. As I remember when I first watched
Require the Most.Careful Attention as stands : Ing the ball to second to force out a he had not seen Kel cut a base so the '-f \
the that
of Montgomery were among the vas one on thick crust of salt Lange run bases I marveled sc (
Well Soil. 87 Sirden St Phone 1t4. ';
runner. Tinker covering the base pre- score counted.There t'Pensacola.
hors: to Pensacola Sunday. near the shore, which stretches as far many second basemen failed to touch .
Did you ever see a r> :bush :which- FlaDANCE _
tended to catch the ball and the base trick attempted once
as the was a him. He had elide but in dozens .
eye can set, one feels exactly:: : a queer ,
r. M. Powell a prominent citizen despite the most beneficent environ- runner completely fooled stopped and which failed to materialize because __ ._ ,. __ ,
as if standing on a field I of iceand, in of cases the baseman simply failed Ho.- : '
of soil of sunshine and of atmosphere
of Florala: was in the city yesterday ment -- :
started to walk to the bench. Before
-: to achieve a addition to the daiiilng wh'teness of Comiskey was there with his rawhide to put the ball on him when it looked
on a short visit seemed never the yells of his team mates aroused the Will White was the victim .. F
healthy growth.A the salt its beauty is enhanced by a sarcasm. easy. j. ,
Among the Bagdad vis'.tors: in the ton of manure will! not help a pink tinge which tt' the edges of the base runner Slagle had recovered the of his own trick and at the same time One afternoon in Kansas City I ,
city yesterday were B. Greenwood C.E plant} that has a- canker eating out its lake deepens to a mauve. The cause ball and thrown the runner out at I he was cured of attempting to turn found out the secret of Lange's suc
Cle horn and J. A. Schafer and I
heart. of this color is also a matter of conjecture second. anything on Comiskey.In cess. We were playing a scrub game \
rife. You must destroy the cause before and has been attributed to Fred Clarke won a gave for Pitts- I those days captains were not permitted -, and I was at second when Lange rap- j fct-,

Yesterday was pay day with the city you can remove tie! effect. minute organisms contained in the salt burg once, when Pittsburg needed I to take players out of the game ped out a hit. He laughingly yelled for At Electric Park \\t:\
and checks were distributed amongthe You cannot cure Dandruff and Bald Whatever its origin,jt fades as the salt games to hold the championship, by a except in cases of illness or injury. me to watch out as he was going to : i
numerous employees for salaries ness by rubbing on hair lotions and becomes dry but while damp the effectof trick which beat Chicago out of a deserved -I One day Will White was getting his steal on the first ball pitched. He did .1 A
duns; the'first half of July rubibing" in vaseline, etc. the imprisoned color is indescribably victory. He was on second base bumps hard, and the runs were pilingup and Kittridge threw him out ten feetI THURSDAY NIGHT } Y,

There will be a conference of the You must look to the at the cause roots of thetroubleit's of lovely. -with two out in the ninth inning and I against him. Commy caught sight grabbed the ball and started to applyIt ,.-...,.
members of the First Baptist churchon a germ To get an entirely different phase of Chicago leading-when Wagner rappeda I of a substitute pitcher hurrying to the to Lange, when suddenly something
hair which causes it to fall out.
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock, your Newbro's Hsrpicide estrdys the the sight one must ride over the cause- terrific line drive almost straight at clubhouse and scented a trick. White happened. I remember going about JUNE 21st, 1906 ; t
then Important business will be con: and healthy hair is the sure re way. Here one has the ice.field on the Dahlen, who was playing short lasted out the inning and was first to six: : feet into the air and thinking an
$'.de d. germ right and on the left the rippling blus Clarke already had started for third;1 bat He reached first and on the first auto had struck me. .and an instant Given by the

Arm TERSELY TOUD ITEMS .. sult.For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte, Mareotis. About half way across, but, seeing::! that Dahlen was camped ball pitched started to steal second. later lighted on my back and sat up to
The friends of R I* Grant clerk at druggist and apothecary. 121 South where the lake Is deeper and the salt on the line of the ball be ran up stopped I An attempt to steal second by White see Lange grinning, with his bald on PENSACOLA PLEASURE :
the U & N. freight depot will be Palafox street, or send lOc .in stamps crust has not formed, the scenery made a bluff as if dodging, and I was a farce at any time and Commy the base.-Hugh S. Fullerton in Cleveland -
Pained to learn that he is very ill at for sample to The Herpicid. Co., Detroit changes. The water has the still and I I c Just before the ball reached him he I saw what was coming. Sure enough Plain Dealer.:

hIs home on East Hill. Mich. heavy look of the Dead sea but unlike dropped flat The ball shot past, struck White slid and, instead of getting up, CLUB .:.

The smacks Clara M. Ldttlefield and the latter, which looks like molten .I Dahlen! on the side of the neck and I began writhing and groaning on the M"h er.'1D1.<<;!t p!1a e. .

9:ara H Harwood. of the fleet of brass, this milky lake with the clouds I felled him to the ground. Clarke reach ground balding: tis leg. The players This is the way ani
Bunders & Co., took on ,ice.and pro and the blue sky reflected in it might ed third before the sphere was recov rushed around and still White writhed She spanksbar.child; for cryin? for e .i
-sions yesterday afternoon and will LookProsperous be likened to a vast opal, and the ered. Chicago made a strong kick on and groaned."Oh i slice!! of cake,' and\thc-n when! it cries! 4 ADMISSION 25c .
&!JI 1 for the snapper banks this morn- .etting sun, throwing a fiery ball into interference, but Clarke's acting had Oh:. Oh! My leg's broke." because of the spl: kng. the gives i is rese'rves '
t?. Its depths, complete the [mn ude. been so well done that it deceived even "Xo, no no. but your heart's broke" the whole catt comfort Jt-JU 'blsos Committee right to ;

Mayor Chas. H. Bliss who is to attend 't To eyes accustomed to the soft and the umpire, and an instant later a long mimicked- Commy. Globe. rejects objectionable parties :->1i

: the Good Roads convention in varying tints of green in an English drive beat Chicago ___ .._ ._
"' -
--- ----- "
---- -- -- - -
Tallahassee! and also spend a few and beProsperous landscape the setting might seem unworthy The "Only Kel" was the man who i ------- n
days in Jacksonville: did! not leave of this gem for the surrounding I copyrighted the idea of cutting bases.

!sterday as he anticipated. He will: C : hills boast no verdure. But after I Kel never tried to cut a base,ten feet- a e F, "x <
we this morning.In a short residence in this desert one : he wanted to score from first by running g {. ,
: learns to admire the hills, in which all .
the report of the article Sunday around the pitcher and that i? .>
morning regarding the Pensacola the sepia tones are blended, and when exactly: : what he did in one game '"
Aiding! Association! securing the con'rapt not one-half of the people you lighted up by the setting sun the color. against New York. Y.1.
for the Arbona residence, it meet In a business' way know lug calls to mind the western windowsof He was: on first when the batter rap-

should! have been Joe Arbona instead whether you are prosperous"' or Magdalen chapel. ped a grounder toward third. With ,
of Eugene Arbona. in- whether yobs( are an importantsort however .
The building, This enchanting scene, is out an instant's hesitation Kel started -
t.uding the foundation, is to cost of man--a man of means and evanescent As the salt is formed by fl '
straight: toward the pitcher's box yellIng qa
$iuoo0. not and
; they
evaporation, it Is only during the'hot "Watch Kelly! Watch Kelly!" at
will form their first impression on : .rt
The summer! months that this can take,
remains of (Sergeant Ernest
these posits from -a glance at
i place and with the first autumn rain :/ ,
Fort Barrancas who clothes. Ifryou are in "hard ,
your ---- ------ I
afternoon : : ling ice field resolves itself into a .1
in the National! cemetery like it; and if you are prosperous '
and the services were largely you can still less, afford to look placid lake of blue.-London Tele a 11 r ,: l
attended, especially: by members of "hard up." We 'sell .the" kind of graph. 1iDOWNUcIA :

secret gas societies of which the deceased clothes. that. will make you look Afternoon Calls. :, Will give you comfort;; a sweltering y ,::
a member. 'The body was laid to as' though your ship had come in. The afternoon call is a survival of an ( t
rem Qent with military honors a detach- Give us a call age when nobody had anything to do 1 day. When hot an imparts = :;f'a1
firing a salute over the ate Y0
grave visit friends. The bitter i and :
except part
conclusion a vigor energy.5c .
the services.
WhiteOUTFITTERS& Nix of the whole sad business is that un- A 1

The "Bue! Ribbon Flavor" arouses less one pays calls, one does not get. BRAINS, awns Ap.A/ at soda fountains and in bottles 5c / i .

the gs'-ns: appetite. Ask your growr asked to dinner.-London Globe. FOR i f,

for Kue: Ribbon Lemon or '
an'lla. Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back Progress, the growth of Intelligenceand A Charming Breakfast'Dish.Find ;
PHONE 790. power, la the end and boon of liberty -

REMEMBER THE O. R. C. PICNIC Next to New Brent Building have, and the without name but this'want a people the may substance and read "The Road to Bottled Exclusively by HYGSIA BOTTLING WORKS.

ON JUNE' 28 AND BE PREPARED 29 S..PAUFOX5T. and spirit of freedom.-Chaih-' Wellville"- in pkgs.!! 124 E. Chase St. Phone 87 1
TO ENJOY YOURSELF! Jnl9tf PHONE 790. nmr. ..


y _., "


,. ,. ,.-ii",_ ,, :, ,, -,-< ... '- ... .... ..,-, .... .. .. t, s '
," -,.
:i ( -. .
; :; ,"- .. it tr l' :;t;< .t. "ot---; -__ 0' ,.

-- : '-: ''''''''''' -'' "' ,?,' .: """ ...>:<-<,,",--'<$'' '$'-"" .."" .,... ;-::..::;,. .. "'... ,. : .... .,<' .: : .-.'""._""'..= ,. -;:;;;: ..e.r rC -
; v-- -


__ __._._._ ________.-._.-.-.-.------- .-..----- ---------.-_Ju..I,1.__,____..__,_.___:..
cy now was democracythen.: Neitherthe 'are suspend&d*a't% cI end of thejhoroughfare. .f Losing it, day after daft? And doing Professional Ji!

'iIbt: IfmafolaJonfnal. party's principles nor l e:i1er.' have .' fastened to'a pole stuck In S : nothing to save it? As though you can t.QY!

tnangei But all democrat have, at a newly sown field, a bundle of straw I. f Jf air R a lZ' lose your hair and keep it, tool I Then

last come to see the true light and serves'as a scarecrow.: Secured to the I stop this falling. Stop i.Ur once! You T.

,WrvwuunnfLRrLrLruu1JtrLnrw 1 JLJW .W1tL L.fL. ruwt.juut'f 4 trt -uuJuWu : also to recognize th necessity -. of a roof of a farmhouse in many parts of can certainly do it with Ayer's Hair Vigor. It feeds the bait, gives it strength, G1YATEM.DI 0

change ,in, the party government of Ireland, It Is dn Invitation to passersbyto keeps it in place. And it makes the scalp healthy, cures all dandruff, and

DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. -9 country.and democratIc Here is Mr.assurance Bryan'strength of* enter and t'ditnk the: health of the keeps the hair soft and glossy. Try it and bs happy! ,.Jffftffijfe OPTICIAN
bride and bridegroom who are within
and when strewn thickly across the p

i ? "* street, so that the noIse of ,traffic la -
.RV... '
** IN STRAW deadened,It denotes, as ia well known, WM.ATTORNEY D. HOWE,

; THE JOURNAL COMPANY. that a person is lying dangerously Ill AND
In its vicinity. In the west of England The Glorious FourthWill' COUNSELLORATUu\
_____ HY2 EAST
;: rtflrfl j. THEY MAY BE FOUND WRITTEN AU. neighbors show their disgust of, wife GOVERNMENT ST,

FRANK L MAYES President and General Mantgor. OVER GREAT BRITAIN. beaters by tying straw to the door han -=

dIes of the houses in which such cruel
_. _
: nnn- -- -- : j.rufuii -
-t--ru--flru- -U. I I The Various Warnings and Notices husbands llveThedriver -. : fittingly celebrated this year by the NOTICE

ii MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. That Are Denoted by the Wisp of the first caravan of a

: nr.-t- Jflflflt-- Lfl _-_ I- __ ,U_____ -U.rt.. 1.ttflt SLUt V I There Is Quite nn Extendre Language traveling circus Inevitably throws The Woolley Sanatorium, The On\; ,.
: i In These Sign of Straw. straw out at in&ervals.that those Knights of ColumbusWho stitute in the United States wn r\:',
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. following behind shall know which Opium, Cocaine and Whiskey ul,
When a farm servant in Perthshire a" ..
; One Year.$5 00 One Month........ ........ 45 path he has taken. Similarly when an can be cured without exposmr ..
!T. Six Mouths ............... 2 50 One Week................. 10 I and other parts of Scotland seekinga army is marching to action the advance I with so much ease for the patH r;' i ."
'three Months...... ....... 1 15VeekJf Edition per year.l 0( new situation he doesn't advertise in scouts provided with bundles of will give a Grand Picnic 30 days' time required. Descn-

: ..1tIl.rJ- jrJw tr-ut_ ..tu.juwt nWt JrunVutJW ft.W W I the local newspaper or even .apply to fitraw fasten a bunch at each turning, 1 your case and I will wrte: >0,,
,. The I farmers in the neigborhood. He just or a little way down the road, so that 4 1906 opinion as to what I can aflmn'' .
: Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed Wednesday July for you. Ask your family ph
0 waits for "feeing" day as the market the officers in charge may know for a to investigate. D... >,11."

Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. I at Lady day and Michaelmas is called. certainty the .route their scouts have AT ELECTRIC PARK N. Pryor Street, Atlanta, Ga. : .

wr- of straw either be- taken.
l. ---n.------ Then, with a wisp
tween his teeth or in his hat, he strolls Despite the invention of knitting machines :::-
.:; Offices, 108 and 110 East P.personSaleon Trains up and down the market pl] ce. many elderly women In the We want all to come. You will Pensacola, St.} Andrews a-j

i. Government. Phone 38. I and at all News Stands. That piece of 'straw serves the pur- north of Ireland still carry wisps of .
f -- straw stuck into their belts. These have the time of your life Gulf
J.nrS -U- :J. ....." _..... "'-_.... -_ pose of a sandwich board. Without a Steamship Co
word beingvuttered, It is a sufficient tatimatiou form sheaths for their knitting needles -. ,
IIr' I that its bearer is a plowman, and are a further sign to all and sun address STEAMER TARPON
e.: PENSACOLA. FLA., TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 19. 1906. On arrival of 3 o'clock car, a patriotic ,
and is dry that their wearer Is willing to make
i,: stableman or other farm worker w. C. 3ARHOW. Master,
t'" seeking employment with a new,mas knitted goods to order. will be delivered by the Hon. W. A. Blount, Jr. ilRST.CLA.S;: PASBE\ts AV,
: Chancellor conditions printed upon the back of Even policemen night duty use FREIGHT
;: Day's ter. A similar custom still prevails in on SEKvlCE
the ticket which were not read by_ the the north of England and in som partsof straw, especially where there are many At 3:30: o'clock, match game of base ball be- -Detw"1l&-

t' Defence of the Trusts.i passenger nor called to his attentionat Ireland. warehouses and offices upon their PENSACOLA. MOBILE APAUCHi
tween two of Pensacola's crack teams, t9e..winning -
'The motives that have all along the time of the purchase of the Straw as a sign, that certain thingsare beats., Providing themselves with COLA CARRABELLE. ST. All
"for sale" is frequently used.- straws about a foot long many constables team to receive $25.00 in silver. CREWS MILLVlLLE.
prompted Chancellor Day of Syracuse ticket Section 4281 of the United And all. points on St. Andrew
t :University to defend the Standard Oil States Revise! Statutes !provides that Plaited into a horse's tail, with the end place one immediately beneatha Carrabe'.le, and Apalawhicoij.' '* BV'
door between and a post, and At 5 o'clock the field
curled up it has such a meaning, but a gate sports begin.: ; SCHEDULE
:roo no poly are too well known to neett il any shipper of any articles specified -
; In pla es. It the straws have I
unwound and
when the plait is partly fe&s&coia Sunda
Leave < .?, sOw :
; explanation. He has now burst into among which are jewelry, money, allowed to hang downward it denotes been disturbed-or,crushed, they knowat Catching the greasy pig. T for Mobile, AlL *

the limelight with a denunciation of diamonds or other precious etones, that the horse has recently changed once that there' Is need for investigation !- Leave Pensacola, Tuesday, 8,39 ,

those who. according to his views are shall lade the same 'as: freight or bag ownership.A into the:! auses. This simple Shoe,mixing race. i!i. UIfor St. Andrews, Millriiielac'nicola J.

r defaming: the Chicago meat packers gage QQ? any vessel without at the time wisp of straw' fastened- to tts trick has been the downfall of not a Hurdle race, and many other sensational Carrabelle and tntEltlDS ;a;,
few clever 'Eousdbreakerg. London points.
{ :which calls forth the folio wing>from giving notice to its owner master or mainmast of a fishing boat or a plea ; : For additional isformaon!

t-r the New Orleans Times-Democrat: agent of the true character and value, ure yacht in many .districts is & sign Standard. !. : J. B. SAUNDERS apply: t

It will be remembered that only a. and having the same entered on the that it* owner Is desirous of selling It. sports.All will B. R. COBB, r1d: !,
: ;. short time ago Chancellor James B. till of lading the master and On the Thames watermen place strawIn Bargain .J stinct. winners receive valuable prizes.. Gen. } r:. and Pass.Penaacola. Ag.,
Day of Syracuse University came out ownero the sterns of their craft for sale. She wouId"have declared strenu- Fla.
r in defense of the Standard Oil iniquity I such ship or 'Vessel shall not be Dealers in fowls and eggs in the ously that she< did not have thefeminine At 8 o'clock, grand prize dance begins, 50 ..

t and in denunciation of/all and several i liable as carriers thereof in any form north of Ireland know without any bargain mania but- -- :>
couples taking part, winning couple to
the critics of that predatory corpora or manner. The court has held that waste of time whether farmers have "George' she asked in the sweet ROUND TRIP SUMMERand

t; tion. A very superficial: Investigation this provision did not release a carrier any of the produce they seek to buy. $10.00 in gold.
!.' of way a woman always opens an
the causes that led to this outburst sale argu-
Farmers having these for erect a
from liability for the ofa
\ developed the fact that the institution robbery ment, "how much did you have to t

} of which Chancellor Day is the head (passenger by its employees. of jewelry pole grounds, with as straw near as tied possible to its top to,a on public their pay for the marriage license?" Grand Fireworks Display at 10 o'clock. CONVENTION RATES

.i'" had received large bequests from ].lr. taken. on a ship by a passenger "Two dollars," he replied. Round trip summer excursions: fr-a:
at Chester''
road. Cheeses when sold !
J. D. Rockefeller, and that the patriotic with the intention of depositing it with "Two all points east to Pacific cud.a..J
and other cheese fairs can instantly be dollars P she repeated Reduced rates all railroads. Electric
chancellor was und r contract the on : cars will northwest from June 1 to SI:1.!" : :
to secure further bequests with the purser. detected by the handful of straw on thoughtfully.. "Couldn't you get 15, with special stop-over piv; i': >,

f. condition that if successful he woulJ If John D. maintains his top of them. them three for five ?" run every half hour. good returning to October 31, i"j; '

l receive a fat pension from the univer- reputation An even more popular use for straw Then when he asserted that he -- N. E. A. meeting at Los Anr_,

r sity. This disclosure naturally weak- for thriftiness servants of European Is as a warning of danger. When was no Mormon she woke .and July 9-13.

eiied any effect which the outburst hotels will .hardly be able to wear bridges are being repaired it is customary blushed and tried to up and Charcoal Elks meeting at Denver, l'Oc: ) J-:
t: might otherwise have had though damonds explain VICTOR SAFES
as a result of his trip. to hang a bundle of straw from an 1621.
such effect would necessarily have arch so that those passing beneath it only made things a little worse. Summer rates to Colorado! Jun] l

; leeo slight, due to the intemperance \lAjpiparently nothing goes to waste in shall be warned against falling bricki Judge. _ We have just received a to September 30.

f f' other ct language reasons.Now used. by the speaker .and the Chicago packing houses but the end such like debris. .' This safe was awarded the very fine stock and will deliver Hotel Men's Convention I'o.;" :arj:.

[. the is credited with smell A few wisps tied to a horse's tail denotes Marconi'ntioipated.:: grand prize at .the orders in Ore., June 25-28.
another outburst chancellor of wrath and bad that it is a "kicker" while stra- An Egypt f g5t..anan Assyriol- World's Fair and although promptly. any Use tha splendid throuc ", :,
'.11! inexpensive, It is amount of the Southern Pacific fror., N' n:-
language In defense of the packers andr 'H-fl. for the same purpose is tied to its stall ogist were disputing about the rela-
: in denunciation of their alleged de--* post in the stable. To warn pedestrianswho tive advancement of the two ancient the best safe made. Telephone 363. leans; Union Pacific from K f famers. Such "foul bar- THE TRUE CAUSESaYAN'S City or Chicago.
expression as would cross a pathway running peoples whom-they were ;

f'' pies of slan'd'er" he hurls at those who *. -POPULARITY.' .* through their fields that a vicious bull "Why, sir," cried ,the studying.Egyptolo- We Keep Them in Stockand SEWELLWoodand Washington Through Pullman Atlanta tourist, Montaor car- : ,
, have had to do with the exposure oft
is grazing there Kent farmers fastena .
the methods of butchering and of pre- Montgomery Journal gist, "we find./emains of wires in etc., and from St. Louis and C; -

. k ttrvlng meats for human consumption bundle of straw to the gate leadingto Egypt which j>>jpye they upderstood can xglve you Just Coal Company to California.

,' The orator would outt1ess .tJ much .HH. "H It. Some farmers'also give further electricity? !1""Pshaw"Answered what you want or if we I : Write me for literature and ,J:. '
L surprised were his attention attracted warning by tying straw to the horns of haven't got what you want .mation.
t: tn the crtwiftwhat slanderous rharaeter the bad tempered animal. Assyriologist. we can order it for you J. F. VAN RENSSELAER
of his own- language,-to-say nothing-of While at this time all indications:i Tramps in the south of Ireland<: fight \ve don't find any wires in and save you money. DropUs Do You Want The General Ae ,:

his indecent Intemperance. He holds point tp Mr} Bryan, as the democratic shy of entering farmyards whose gates Assyria,, and that 'shows that they a postal. 124 Peachtree St., Allan: ", ''J;

: that the stories told 4>y the govern- leader in 1908, and while he is deserving are adorned with wisp3 of straw. It is understood. wireless telegraphy!1" R. O. BEAN. T. P. A.
It ment inspectors can not be ,true because : of the high regard: in which sufficient notice that fierce watchdogsare Wm. Johnson & Son Inc. G. W. ELY T. P. A.
he is undoubtedly held THE TURKISH! KAIK. ,
: by the democracy
j the human race is not yet ex kept for tramps and trespassers.As .
tnct.: He assumes for the of : of the whole country and even I
purpose .
a warning to skaters in the Fen districts CioietyfR.embleu Incorporated.WANTED. BEST
by the It More
(American the Gon
' Hsr own argument that the charge hasbeen people, still there is *
straw Is strewn about broken
: something else dola Than Anr Other Craft.
II-\\ made that nothing but impute on which the Bryan
meat has been offered for sale, a 'boom rests besides personal popular and dangerous ice, and should there be Crawford, the author, to whose skillful .
4: cnarge that has not been heard from ity of the man. Indivi' 'ual strengt any holes In its otherwise sound surface pen Constantinople is indebted for I will you and t v :, -.'
:; any quarter. This position assumed, with the people would! be sufficient to these are marked by straw being one of the most charming volumes ever (Madam) and the Kiddies -pc; :: '

I he ,open the.. floods of his billingsgate turn the scale i in case of contest in stuck lengthwise into them. issued'in its praise, has a word to say Fishing TackleTennis summer?
favor of one of several Londoners Why not take a flyer ((0,;' l'
( lu; the form of a baccalaureate adatess opponents in frequently meet with about the Turkish boatmen and their
f to the students of the university, a campaign for the nomination 'but straw as a sign of warning. When vehicle, the kaik."Constantinople. to the finest Summer Couir '

1-. whose educational advantages have such is not the present case. Here wood paving is being repaired or the owes much" writes world? Cool, Bracing and! im gating

probably! : been advanced by the existence and now sentiment expressed, and pathway is being dug up for any purpose be "to the Colorado.It .
even sentiment beauty of the Golf Baseball ;and Athletic
St L.s
implied has takes day. Leave
of the very evils of which complaint already whIch'a only a
,f' iron rods to
':. ha3 been made. Of course the selected the candidate, and it only remains rope is attached three waters which run together beneath The know Goods, the best Phonographs and records on the Missouri Pacific a' ".

,t chancellor hurls his dart at the President for the national democratic con. mark off the dangerous area. its walls and much of their public to the best Dog Medicine! the best The next morning ear!!' .' .a
Very often a of straw is
tntkm to formally wisp fastenedto reputation again has become worldwide
F also. and talks of monarchies and announce the Bicycles Colorado.
the best Tirps, the best
,,' ether things, which are calculated in choice. The fact that democratic sen each rod as a further precaution to by: the kaik. It is disputed and that all our meats are Typewriters Living is Cheap. Wr:' ''..J. -
his opinion to place' the President in timent the country over, of its own pedestrians. Without the straw if the disputable whether the Turks copied the best Lock and Key tion pamphlet-list of Boa;*.i-: .J <

;i the vocative. accord without any of the usual background were lark and the day the Venetian gondola or whether the inspected before we Fitting, best Trunk Repairing, best etc.

\ But his principal denunciation; is ret agencies or influences which' set it in were dull shortsighted and absentminded Venetlans: 'imitated the Turkish kaik, I. put Gas Lamp, and last but not least, the LOW RATES

t servl"& for the writers of the country, been motion or give direction having people might hot be aware of but the resemblance Htween them is. them the market. best Roller States? : To Denver July 9th to 14'h, -, -r ua
the aforesaid. "foul slander exerted by llr. Bryan or :by hIs! their danger till the were reach. on Elks.
it harpies of friends ropes so strong as to make it certain that Why go to meeting B. P. 0.
; ," who have dared to expose and and at a time, when he is absent ed. Straw, too is frequently hung out. they have a common origin. Take To San Francisco, June 2.; ,
from the
, ; criticise the foulness of the packing indication of : country is not only an side a warehouse, to denote that the from the gondola the 'felse,' or hoods- They are second to July 6th.

-. \ houses interests.of" must be There understood are "vested and of something personal still more popularity hopeful, and but crane is being used and to so warn and the rostrated stem and the remainder F. B. I BRUCEPENSACOLA : To Colorado and Salt Lak -" -1,

! encouraging to the Democratic party. passersby. is practically the kaik. It istf none, summer.
those who become rich ,
t evil conduct of their business in That something is the belief of the Huntsmen in the home counties know all craft of its size the swiftest, the I. E. REHLANDE'i
: & "the habit of making bequests ,to rich American people that a charge in necessary directly they see straw tied to the top most easy to handle and the most com- TraY. Pass Agt. Chattaaooa

;; .- irstitutions of learning. Chancellor in the administration of the na. of a tall red pole to "'ware barbed tenable and the Turks generally are _. -"-

i Bay is of that class of educators who tional government, and that no relief wire." To warn hunting parties off admitted to be ,the best oarsmen in 'The

,! never InquIre. "how did you make it?" can be expected: from the republican fields newly sown with wheat or clover Europe. I The Journal Printed

but rather, "how much will you give party, which fe so thoroughly identi roots it is customary also with farmers "Indeed they have need to be, for
I the glorious cause?" "Tainted money" fied vested with the interests trusts and other formsof in central] and northern England to both the Bosp rus and the Golden West End Market During Ftfay, 1905,

[f*. la quite good enough for those whoI' boldly exploit the which now so bind bundles of straw to their fences Horn are crowded with craft of every a Total of
hold his views provided it comes in. people and the gov and hedges. I
eminent. Recent kind and made dangerous by the swift-
sufficient volume. Bat it is not neces- developments and During the shooting est of distances Phone 385BOSSO'S J Ji
exposures have been season on thft currents. The too are
; ; cray that the public shoul'! accept his nauseating in.
: of every section of the country and have big Yorkshire moors tall sticks are very great and such as no ordinary I 157,350COPIES
view the case and as a matter .ot t
: -: fact the public seems disposed to credo hurt the republican party In public .placed at intervals along the pathwaysthat oarsman would undertake for pleasure i

, : it the "foul harpies of slander" rather estimation. From every muck heap traverse the gorse and ling and of for the sake of exercise. It is no

than the paid agents of the plutocrats. that the rake has laid open has come decorated. with wisps of straw. It Is a 'Joke to pull fifteen or sixteen miles
the same facts and.the same evidenceof warning to the that .against a stream which in of
WJifther: conditions at, the packing j peasantry the some places or an Average
( republican'faithlessness to the i "sporting Ira Praam Jarfni
;'. nouses nave or nave not oeen exaggerated neo.l gentry" are out shooting and runs four or five knots an hour. i7tuu .
.;, pie and loyalty to the corporate -wealth that there is -- UIlUlU 1 ,1 'I I I I I ,
: by the "harpies, 'which would. danger In crossing these U\lLUll i \ iI
era to be a satisfactory'sort of bird of the country. ''Mr. ;Bryan's positionon particular paths. Miners frequently furnish p 5,828
can In
to gather around the abattoirs officially all questions are known of all warn their comrades of dangerous The Belt He Had. you cream
i- described, the disclosures made are men. He has passed unscathed parts of the workings Lady-See here! Ain't you ashamedto any quantity. Satisfaction DAILY
throwing guaranteed.
bound to result in good. Undoubtedly j through two campaigns for the presIdency !- straw about the be hitting that poor horse with that TheSia1cm.djjjj... y
groundIn Hudiat
PHONE 1326 -and .
and has only ,.
has already :been effected come-out a moral and whip : c : !&
come good Silf-filllnf Pen. No The following figures show f
Germany workmen SAM BOSSO. glut iiicr '
victor from repairing the Prop.
\ for We are informed that already the kct is two defeats. The roofs of houses hang Driver-I be, mum. He don't mind it ;oo fait to isia- e dotzUf sacola Journal's circulation h; -:1
not bundle of
forgottenthat almost straw 1hHlr. '
packers have begun to institute reforms unaided from the a bit. Would yer kindly band me dat day durin-g the month of Manflmoer .. ,
he heroically(battled against top window as a danger sig. TOT limply pre*tie button .i
I from iwhich the public will benefit two fence ( with the average of ;
of the largest nal to rail-Judge. hep1ctutssa41hepcaUa I
corruption campaign passersby 'whIle bricklayers in Escambia Club
in the purchase of more wholesome Pressing Ud Uii." dally: .
r. food though the fat purses of the funds ever supplied by the corporate Norway and Denmark tie a similar i 1 17. 0
5,800 May
". wealth of the country against the bundle to the of Proof. Drying Cleaning and Pressing ofgentlemen's WritMtlMiMtUtlt I May
packers and eome of the plutocratic people. top a scaffold pole to tOMBM ti 18, :;
May 2. 5,800 May
So that with "How do know husband an ladies' Clothing. Club
unerring you your <
reason the signify that the :
educational institutions of the country chimney pots are set 3. 5,900 May 19. ;4-
democratic'sentiment of the really works hard at his office at rates only $1-00 month. We call May .
nay suffer a decline c: profits. The country and their work Is finished. In this per EagleSOFlash May 4. 5,700 May 20 }
is rising above men and night?"' asked for and: deliver all work. No. 9 E. : .
;. vIp of an occasional interested college (personal pop country: it is customary in fixing fire- the suspicious woman. May 5, 5,900 May 21, '
T professor and especially those of j jtiie ularity to point the -way of success in places in new houses to place straw "Because he .hasn't any headache the Intendencia.. I I I 1; May 6, 6,250 May 22, 5.1'1j

class which Indulge in bad language the the national campaign of 190S and at within, the grate. This denotes that next morn1 g" swered Mrs. Wise. WALTER MAULTON & CO.; Props. May 7, ... May 23. : :
; will no more sweep back the same time to dbey the popular will the:masonry is not Washington StaV:: Selix's Old Stand. I I, NO.1littZ4kargtoIl4I4! May 8. 5,800 May 24, : .::
and again honor a great leader. So sufficiently dry to pea point-bar TOlcuued: ,
tide of public indignation that the withstand rubber and 9. 5,600 May 25. : ;:
l that it is.not so much Bryan it is the heat of a fire. foUy gaaruieci. May

.. broom check the of flood?%!rs.of Partington the Atlantic.heltf As in a wnat he is known to represent as, that A bundle of straw left In a field in Diggs An Injustice. SAFES. SAFES SAFES! SAFES uINFUAMNa.Z8BMbWWtf; ; May 10. 5,600 May 25 27., -Si-'"-"
-I understand that Hlggins'Isi May 11, 5,600 May
about Sussex Is :
named him a sign that the
a third time for gleaners are
sample of hysterical billingsgate the
quite a clever Buy Diebold Safes. May 12, 5,700 May 23. .,
i financier. _
the democratic presidential candidate. not yet allowed to gather the left urteiix*. S&OO .
address of the Syracuse chancellor is corn ,
1- : Biggs-Well he that with foUtMAdi,|4 0SoU May 13, 6,300 May 29 _:
The democrats of th by the isn't Why mannever Scarritt Moreno Agent I
? country see with When ,
; notaft>le.. Otherwise it is not calculated'to reapers. wheat is being bear by Stoikoa May 14, .., May 3D : 6):
pleasure and pride that Mr. anybody out of a cent in *
Bryan Is sown, .stick :
attract serious attention. crowned with straw is tadOthtfStarwA.k May 15, 5,800 May 31 ; a.-;
L Of''.I to-day'stroiig r 'With that element of put upat each end of the field In orderto his life.-Chicaso News. TOUR DEAtll. Ifke May 16, 5,800
The United States Circuit Court the party which either did not support guide the doeta't cH TM &H Jagla
sower and prevent him 157,350
Marine Total for the month. .
him In 1896 or in 1900 or only gave Quieted Down. Grocery Co. "FLASH"Fountain Pent Uwa -
[Appeals for the Second Circuit held him a very lukewarm going twice over the same ground. lend the retail price direct to --
and .
nominal "Have
; in the case of The Minnetonka that a5hp srpport, 'even If possible than he is Tied to hedges and fences, straw is yet your heart you?" had any trouble 'with 604, 605 S. Palafox St. oa.inteed.-Iscbpcsabsoietcipu.. Average per day. . 5,525

r wag liable to a passenger for a With those who so gallantly followed again used by surveyors as a guide in "Sot lately. I'm living with my third Phone 725. : EaglePenci1o. -',

; robbery committed upon the passenger the democratic flag and its heroic j measuring To denote allotments. wife.?'-Cleveland Plain Dealer. V. J. VIDAL, ,Manager. Wu1 ictvttv I hereby certify that th ". .
bearer when ,
both,times to unmerited de j roads which are the
T>y' an employee and that it could not feat :What" was democracy then is: property of the crown are closed to We carry a full line.of Imported and 3i'B. rKwY records statement file correct in this accord officI"FRE'D us

I Invoke in limitation of its liability. democracy now; and'what is democra-1 vehicular. traffic. large bundles of straw Domestic Groceries and Provisions.We on ,
".. .- -, ,- Read TheJoarnal's Want) Ads. wan-yourpatrouae.. A. SWEET
s -- Circulation Mana; '


,. ..
;- -- -; .... .,......., .. .
.. d-.. .. ..'
I II-IIIi I'' r1' '" -- ; ; f";- --_ .r;<, ', tf ___ ""; ..,.,........... -f--- "

'"", "" ",, '<- <' ""> -- = '- ., ,1 *.-. : -s -s. .
-. -- e" .
--rt" '" ; .
Jr"f!!!. .. ,. :- -.. ,..... : ;'; y +-
< i



1IS1 f 1 ."Tfec Best h What We I 1 1T :,


Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, Come and iV Cool THE[ MEAT SCIfOO'Li i ,. '

JI I Tarry # Women and Society, Here and .Elsewhere. V ;and : : I Will I Soon be Out t.:" .

V I j59[ II ; .),

J BV E. ATOlfC BECK. Telephone '669. ,
: I For the Summer : tVZV '

GALVESTION MAN WAS Refreshing i Gives the Details of the I nYestIa-! and the Boys and Girls, .I t "#\\V:'., '

QUIETLY I K; ICKY WEDDED GIRL SUNDAY.TO A The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature. ii i tion and States How It Was as well as :Teachers, are '. i ; .
While most Kentuckians '-were,;still .lam .- Grape Splits : forward '
.. .cium to that'state for the Conducted eagerly looking )'

Homecoming"/ a Louisville girl was on This is & fine drink sor the i i )
Pensacola to meet the to the Closing Day Exer- f. ;
her *a\ to one summer and very healthful too.i i .
: tan in'all the world, and start a new : % 'a lOc bottle or.$1.00 dozen I The following self-explanatory communication r/- Af0.! ..

home of their own in the 'Deep water 1 > Lime Juice .. .. .. 50c !bottle I has been received from cises. Each, one is : '" ..
\V'ropo'is: of the Gull She !was Miss Welch Grape Juice..30c bottle '
J.Hf;\ Donehoe. Fruit Syrups (for Mayor Bliss: anxious that they shall look their best on this-event

Mss) ; Donehoe arrived !Sunday af- ades) .. ... 30c bottle Editor Pensacola Journal:
1t'rnOOL, .!ma1! was met at the train by Blackberry! Brandy ..40c bottleROSENAU&GERELDS I notice in your issue of Sunday ful occasion. If you should happen to be a Girl

3h amMrs.i Eugene Artxraa, and 4 morning that you stated that in the

)!r naries Davis, recently of Calves- .L i trial of the packing houses Saturday you can add greatly to the beauty of your costume
ton 1''s.. but now a :young business i
this morning the Cudahy Packing Company -
of city.
wan 1"111'drove. at once to the Arbonar was found to handle nothing but\ by having; us fit you with a pair of our Dainty

dance i where the young' lady i the best meats, and the investigating
changed her 'pretty traveling suit for a committee was unable to find anythin-g Dorothy Dodd Slippers. Or,if you prefer an Oxford,

':;sumand simple' white dress, white Th "Fancy Grocers, offered for sale but what was fresh

ia: and other accessories.Then and pure. we are prepared to show you many beautiful styles; V
attended by 'Mrs. Arbona also As the above is not strictly true,
v.mingly gowned in all white, by Phone 391. Pensacola I l I I deem it my duty to give you a true: and should you be a Boy, our Alden Shoes are the
Mr Davis and his best man Mr. Holslt'r __ statement of the facts, as I desire the:

:, of "Wisconsin, they drove to the public to be correctly informed in regard -: acme of gentility and durability. We extend
Pa afox: M. B. parsonage, where th"y to this matter without prejudice' very, ::

nere quietly !wedded by the pastor'Re to any packing company.
school and
;, W, Q. Vreelani Beautify the Complexion On Thursday morning of last week __ to every boy

Returning to the residence of "Mrs. information came to me that the Cud- and their teachers
girl a
Arbona a few friends met them IN TEN DAYS.Nadinola.
ahy Packing Company had some
web! congratulations and good wishes spoiled meat in their car on the sidetrack
and delightful refreshments were which they were endeavoringto cordial invitation to visit

served. dispose of and that the Armour I
Mr and Mrs. Davis will be guests'ofMr p The UNEQUALED
BEAUTIFIER.e ,Packing Company had several spoiled: our store and allow us the
and Mrs. Arbona for the

APPROACHING-MARIRIAGE+- summer. doncl iuaranUe ty J ttousanda to remove; I carcasses trying to sell.of sheep This which came they in connection were- pleasure of showing, them

I! trecllM. pimples, all i| with considerable other informa-
PROMINENT TAMPA' DIVINE. D/ ( I. facial dicolorationeand ,i ton:: regarding the sale! of spoiled the newest Line of Footgearthat
**, restore tla meats in this city. I immediatelytried
Friends And acqaintances throughout beauty of youth.The to get Dr. Pierpont in order for Skilled Workmen can produce.
the state are Interested in th? V wont cues in twenty day 50c. and us to make a personal investigation,

marriage of Dr. John Gray Anderson- 51.00 at all leading drug stores, or ly mail. as it seemed that our inspectors, for

a native Virginian but for years pas- Prepared ky NATIONAL TOILET CO, Paris,Tsai, some reason, had been making no
tor of the First Presbyterian/ church, complaints regarding the meat sold
Miss Julia ... Yours cordially,
T&mpa-and Jlyddleton of : --'.-------------, In this city. I was unable to get Dr.
Savannah Pierpont, until in! the afternoon and
The wedding takes place this evening CYPRESS WOOD.
at 3 o'clock we started on our tour of
f at the residence! of the bride's -
Inspection. We visited the Cudahy
sister +Mrs. R iW. Cnbiedge in Savan Watson Parker Reese Co
nah. THE BABY'S FROCK. Instances Where It Has Lasted Over a I Packing Company first, but we found
Thousand Years. I that they did not have a pound of ,
After the Dr. Andersonand
ceremony The simpler of cut and the daintier material. In the little dress of fine: I fresh meat on hand cf any kind, good,
bride will go north on a wedding The is slow
a notoriously
of material baby's.frock is the cypress bad or indifferent-hence statement
more white lawn the skirt is finished with I your
Journey Tam'r. before going to their home in appropriate and likewise becoming it a wide hem, above which are run growing tree, and its wood is just as $! that we found nothing but what Successors to Green & Watson.

Dr. Anderson, beloved by the com- is to the little newcomer. No limit is three half-Inch tucks, ach cat-stitched notoriously durable. It is capable was "pure and fresh" is not correct,

munity and by his own congregation placed on the amount of handwork with white linen thread, and the upper of not only resisting the action of as we did not find meat of any kind. 33 and 35 South Palafox Street.

especially is one of tb.3 leading pas- which these little dresses may carry, edge is shirred, back and front, to the the weather in a manner totally different As I have given you this much information -

tors In Tampa where he has fought this in the form of handrun tucks, inshallow tucked; yoke, te neck of from all other woods, but is I presume it would be I .
and won many a battle for right living sertions of lace or embroidery and which is finished with a frill of finest nothing but proper for me to state
in the face of the ,bitterest and most hand embroideries, but'rurrIea and embroider, more of which which fin I wholly uninfluenced by immersion to you 'that we also visited the cold I

powerful opposition. He is strong in frills which trim 'the older children's ishes the full bishop sleeve gathered in water over long period of years. storage plant of W. L. :Morgan & *VWVA**** *VWVA **
the faith with all the courage of his frocks are conspicuously absent on into a catr&titched band of the lawn.'I It has many:curious chemical properties Bro. Here we found a great deal of

convictions and has the intelligentzeal the baby frock, unless it be that the The fastening is' made in the back which'hold its fibers and ether fresh meat and we made a very critical JUST RECEIVED, ONE SOLID CARLOAD OF WINDOW' GLASS;
that can hold its own. lower edge of' the skirt is finished with with tiny pearl buttons and button constituents indis- examination of the same. We
His bride will meet a cordial welcome !. a narrow or wide ruffle of the dress holes. together so found that Morgan & Bro. have a sys- ONE' SOLID CARLOAD OF GARY'S MAGNESIA ROOFING, 2000

and find that her lines have in- solubly that the ordinary changes tem of dating their meat when it is WHITE CEDAR POSTS. EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEBUILDING.
,ieed been ,cast in pleasant places, -- -- which_. break down the tissue of ordinary put in the cold storage room, and it
among the Tampa' people who Miss Ntflie .Bagley, 'Miss Mary Pine, those who were unable to meet Mrs.I wooos are in- the" cypress! was no trouble to find the meat which : H. G. DeSILVA & CO.
\vlll unite ia making_lier "at home.' Miss Emma Ldcatai; :Miss Annie Me-,I Brown during her visit a few weeks wholly resisted was freshest and the meat which had i Phone 11 .

--4- tin, Miss Julia Merlin; Mr. Perry! ago, will be pleased to have this op' In the house the I . AAAA... .. ... ... .. A... .. .... .. ... .. .. .... .. .
MERRY PARTY WENT Dicken, Mr A. G/Bagley: ; Mr. Henry\''portunity. Instances are known where the been storage crowded with lon'gest.meat a v.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA... ..... .. .................... . . VVVO/V1MA VV'a . ... .AAAA.. . .

.CROSS BAY SUNDAY. Jeudivine, Mr. Q. X. Z. Owen, Mr.I I wood of the"ypress has endured far One room was
which had been killed previous tD:: that
A merry party of :young people who T.Robert Pine, Mr. H Z. Philips, Mr. T. Miss 'Edna Kent and Miss Daisy'' more than 1,000 years, leaving it date, and the third room had meat

cent across the bay and spent Sun- Phillips ... Westjohn cf Georgia, who have been still in a solid condition, subject which was still older; and the fourth

gone visit in tho northern part of' :
.nd that was that Mrs. and Miss Per- MRS. 'I' such the they had on hand, some of which had
AVANTS'AT 5 P. ''M. the county. as gradual wearing I
:r could not accompany them as plan- I in Kicks. In been in cold storage for seven days.In I and whatever is a time saver is by the same token a money
The Missionary !Society of the Pala- e away one sees exposed !
ned on account of Miss. Perry's illness. this room I personally made an in-
"Waterman's "Modern1 Fountain Pen, $2.50, ?3
Sox !BI. E. church -will have a ''Mite' Miss Lillie 'Masbfturae: and'little the lower I valley of the I maker. Use
Mississippi &
Those in the party//were,"Mr. and Mrs. i spection of every piece of meat witha and $3.50, that fills automat.icaliand i is always ready.
Box opening at the. residence of Mrs.' brother Bruce of Flomatoa, are visiting i
W W. Bagley, Mr. and Mra. Charles species of cypress is extremely view of finding any tainted and
lacata, Miss ""Mandellne Ernie, Miss J. .A. Avant on North Palafox this the'Miss Grace Crist in the interestof abundant. And in New Orleans I i blue-mold meat, if any existed; andI SOB' ::Book-store. ;
evening at 5 o'clock. man's health.
Mary Walker, Miss Martha Mertens, young stated to the manager that if he had
Miss Eva Muller,' Miss Etta Muller, '!Bring your mite box. some years ago, while some men I any bad meat that I intended to findit i Phone 2S5. 213 South PalaJox SIP..!. P.oo:
-+- Mr. Joe Hlrscher of Montgomery were excavating a trench, a cypress I I
as I did not wish to show any partiality -
NICHOLCV4TANICEWEDDING I has joined his sister Miss Celestine
stockade was found which was
I for we had found bad meat In I
SUNDAY% and both are guests of their sister'Jrs. -------------i
erected in 1730 the French I
by as a some of the other places. I want to
WOMEN WHO CHARM Quite a party of friends left the' } Sidney Kahn for the summer, protection against the Indians. say that we did not find a suspicious! I and let the facts be known, whatever """" .._

city Sunday morning: on the two' Miss Jennie May e George Some of the pieces measured twen- piece of meat in the house, nor did I they may be.
launches Marieand 'Rover to attend a' expects to had 'blue mold the public
; we find any meat that This is written to protect
HEALTH IS THE FIRST ESSENTiAl wedding up the,bay, 'i j leave her home tonight in or to-morrow noon for. ty-one inches in width, with a thick- upon it. although it was seven days I 1 in this matter. I
The happy couple 'were Mr. Samuel Canada. ness of about twelve inches and We Have r
I old. This, in view of the testimonyin Very respect ully, ,
Cvitanlce of the foig dredge: Ca.ucus,1 though it had been buried for so the trial of the packing house managers CHAS. H." BLESS, I
It Helps Women to Win and HoldUsa'a and !Miss Allie Nichol of Trout Bayou I Mrs E. P. Roth and MB have! this
morning for Mdbile to many years, it was in perfect condition the other day, is very startling. Major. I
The took at 11
Admiration,Respect and Love ceremony place The testimony of the packing housemanagers' -
when exhumed the tool
weeks and attend the commencement even
o'clock at the home of the bride's ,
parents TO TAKE
and butchers of the city, LARGE NUMBER
exercises at Spring /Hill where marks still A "
visible. \
after which informal college, being clearly
,- there was an who testified before the court, showed MODERN WORKMEN OBLIGATION I II Just
Woman's greatest gift is the power to reception. during which abundantand hre brother Mr. Lloyd Cowley gradu- BJ.a series of experiments extending -I
Inspire admiration, respect, and love. ates from the Classical Dpartment. that the home-killed meat spoiled \
There is a beauty in health which is delightful refreshments' were over many years it has been much quicker! than the western beef.I The final organization of the Modern

more attractive to men than mere regularity served.bridein whit i I Miss Etta Mayo of Pollard, Ala., who found that the cypress wood endures .Same of the ,butchers testified that j Workmen of the World will take)II
The pretty : gown the ; western meat would not spoil at all; Friday night: June 22, in -Old!
conditions of place
of feature. trimmed with lace, was attended by '\Vas a delegate to the 'Epworth League varying greenhouses I j'j'i ReceivedAFresh
I it could be'hung out doors hall at 7:30.: The charter
that up 'Armory ,
her sister Miss Nichols also In white Conference guest at "Mrs. E. S. DeLandof better than any other wood. I i
I until it dried up without spoiling. j will be held open a.few days longer.
1222 North Tenth avenue, left I
maid of honor Mr. John Uadrevicbeing Greenhouses to all the vicissitudes '
as exposed j .
Monday for home, well pleased with Their definition of spoiled meat was All wishing to, join the order
(best man. I her first visit to the Deep Water City. of heat, moisture and ]I that it stunk. Now the home-killed i should do so before;the charter closes,
In the evening the bridal party returned -, changes of temperature show the I. beef which, we examined, which according as medical examination may be avoided I
to the Pensacoia
town'with' ; The New City Flinch will meet with cypress timber used in their con- II to the testimony, would be and reduced rates secured.
friends, and Mr. ana: Mrs. Cvitanlce the first to spoil did not show any The M. W. 0. VTW is the laboring i
Mrs C. M. Wilson, Jr.. corner. Fifteenth struction to be
are at home to'their friends on East practically unchanged ;
Yt44 of spoiling and did not have any man's friend.
avenue and Sixteenth street, after signs
Main. more of I'I'I
fifty '
this afternoon at 4 o'clock. years blue-mold upon it, while the western, H. R.wrn'PRTH,
The town guests.who went on the use, and, being sufficiently tough beef, which we condemned, showed Organizer. i

yaM party launches' were and, returned. with the bridal Lieut. Vogel, U. S. M. C., has been 'for the purpose, it is.probable it signs of being spoiled-in fact, rotten Office hours 8 to 11 a. m. and 2 to |I Supply ofFarwell

2b' # tf Mr. and Mrs. James 'Jadrevic and ordered to Pekia. Mr. Vogel is extremely will come more generally into use -and had considerable blue-mold 8:30 p. m. !

I 4- :j three children; Mrs John ,White Mr. popular in society and his gd- for. building where a wood of great upon it. Two quarters which I con- Room 1. Old Armory Hall. Phone ;
in the house of Armour & 776. I II
M. J. 'White, Mr. E. T;; White, Mr. ing away 'Will be greatly regretted. resistance is required. Many old demned
blue-mold them an
Co. had upon
"fk Tommle White Mr..' Monroe Fisher, I
doors made the
early Spaniardsin actual measurement, yet Mr. '
Mr. B. W..::'Elliott,'''Mr. JTohn Jadrevic, Absolutely pure.Goes. twice as far. deep by
America are still serviceableas who showing us frequently," a Sew Tar
: Mr. Chris Smith, Mr. Oscar Johnson Blue Ribbon Vanilla.Frozen as Wagenheim, was "Very says
and ,Mr. Tony 1. ebuUc. ever, although exposed to a most through, professed great astonishmentat :lawyer, "there Is a a. element of uncoascioiis
,, ,,,
iYlrf Chat;FBr wn 4- ,' <,- "" :trying climate. condemning the same becausehe humor in the findings of a Jur/

The 'WI.. --'Ping ftf.___ Misa__n_ SArAh----- ilstelle' said it was "fresh meat"Now To my mind, the best I ever heard In
To be a successfulrwife, to retain the Robertson and t1ir."W..H; Hansen will I submit that if homekilledmeat this connection was, toe verdict brought I &
love and admiration of her husband;' take,place"at the home of'the bride's Sweets Unknown Friends. spoils quicker and yet does not is by a coroner's Jury In Michigan j''

should be a woman's constant study. parents on Commissioner street, War-I There. are many people, who have show any sign! of spoiling in seven I who were called upca to pass upon the
At the first indication of ill-health, rmgton .Wednes-csLy evening at 8 used Chamberlain's Colic Cholera days how old must the western beef j case of the sudden,death of a merchant I
painful or irregular periods, headache o'clock. i Almost since the beginning be which considered: fresh and said In Lansing. 1 1j
II Diarrhoea Remedy with splendid
or backache, secure Lydia, E. of the 'world a frozen dish has and to be incapable of spoiling when the j i "The finding was,as follows; 'We. 1 RhinestCelebrated'
rinkham's Vegetable Compound and 'The regular Tuesday evening tcaand been a necessary accompaniment results, but who are unknown be- Juice ,Is dripping from It and blue- the find from the PbYI ICiu.::*
begin its use. dance at the Country Club going, to a good dinner. History cause they have hesitated about 'giv mold one inch deep exists upon its jury ]
that the deceased came to
Mrs Chas. F. Brown, Vice-President down on the .7 o'clock car, will be a j tells you how the old Romans ing a testimonial of their experience surface? statement : I
Mothers' Club, 21 Cedar Terrace, Hot boon to society this warm evening. and Greeks gorged themselves: f publication. These people, how- It )is not the Intention of the city his death from heart failure, superin
Springs Ark: I the less friends of this duced by business failure, which "us i j:
writes: with iced foods and desserts. A. ever, are none to show any partiality towards the I II
Dear lire. Pinkham- Miss. Alma:Palmes of Mobile arrived better substitute would have remedy. They have done much to- home managers nor to persecute any j caused by speculation; failure, which

"For nine years I dragged through a miser- Saturday night and, is .the guest of been the ICE CREAthere. 'made ward making it a household word by foreign company{ but to treat all alike I was the result of failure to see far '

able existence, suffering with inflammationand Miss Nell Richards for two weeks.I Its pure, delicious aad their personal recommendations to enough ahead.' "Harper's Weekly.The j'
I female weakness and worn out with Miss,Richards will entertain a few I wholesome. Sent anywhere- friends and neighbors. It is a good I : .
I mgt and weariness, lone daynoticedastateha friends informally' Thursday: eveningto any time. Flavors: Chocolate, medicine to have in the home and is Thermometer Habit. i Gluten Flour.
by a woman suffering I was,but who her for its of diar i
I been enable them guest Vanilla, Pecan, Strawberry widely known cures The clinical thermometer: habit has
cured by Lydia E.Pmkham's Vegetable ,
all forms of bowel trouble.
Corojxwnd, and I determined to try it.. Cherry, English Walnut rhoea and Isn't, it just barely possible taken such a' bold;;ca many person
I At the end of three The'' Sunday school'of Temple BethEl For sale by all druggists.
months I was different that one physician ;has forbidden his -
1I'OlIlAn. Every one remarked about it, and ] njojed;a (delightful picnic' at Magnolia I _coffee hurts you? Try I patients to care, them, on pain of refusing
1 wy.husband fell in love with me all over Bluff Sun ay.' .There was a Basketball Lawn Party. I

I pound again built Lydia up Pinkham's entire system Vegetable cured Com-the large atten.danceand were! the( order dancing of,the boating day.'Mrs .I COFFEE, The girls of the basketball team and f I The clinical to treat thermometer them if, they fiend Is disobey.a per Sol Cahn & Co.

I WMakandlieUhkeanewwoman.' lam and bathing. 4tbT grade, school No. 2, will give' a POSTU ion who keeps' one of .these medical
are it will make Hot Biscuits Rolls the school grounds onPast
every suffering woman and every lawn party on
in the house sadthe Instant!
"rang,well and happy,as it has me." : Hart Emerson: of Gaudaloupe, morning at S o'clock. Gregory, Tuesday, June 19. Bas- registers ,
friends. that he often she V has a heal
. Women who are troubled with painful Tenn.. spent Sunday ketball game begins at 6 p. m. sharp. more The Pure Food Store,
in its place and i ache, real or Imaginary, thrusts tlu
tent with fortune days
or irregular periods, backache, Postoffice, gypsey 10 ,
V. Hannah's attractive I tube under her tongue fend takes her :
bloating(or flatulence Mrs Thomas teller and other amusements. Re- MAKE SURE. ,
), displacements, Corner J IntentfenciaPhones
of Mexico : South*
inflammation sister, Mrs.: E. ,N.Brown reasonable temperature.' Finding it varying one
ulceration, that "bear- : freshments at prices
!ing-own"feeling, dizziness faintness, City, will arq\"ethls: afternoon,,3Jrs.. Brown on Kandy Kitchen Cafe. Get the little book "The I millionth part of .degree from normal ,
lI1d1restion, or nervous J brief visit pt todays. I WelMlle," in pkgs. she thinks shells' about to have some !daoi
prostration i month !in Baltimoreand 104 S. Palafox. Phone.999 REMEMBER THE O. R. C. PICNIC Road to I i .
may and be restored to perfect health I has spent the past home and t omany'friendsof ON JUNE 28, AND BE PREPAREDTO I deadly illness, pacts off to bed and

hnkha strength'i Vegetable by taking Compound Lydia E. I is ntfff en both route ladies, especially 1 ENJOY YOURSELF. Jnl9tf leads for tte ixter.E I I


._".- ",.., :". y 00'- ;:'' :'';{' = ','n.-- '.--'......., :":'<':ot-i-; :-,__ H ___ ,,._ -,- .. -
"fi.lSmtitt: ";" -
",4 '- ''-''' k- j_ ii iif

:- ,, .'
r .
e -r---- : -:

pA1X, ;

I Every A.dve.rtisementTIJ- se Columns .. .Is' Read byI I

J _

I '

; Are You "Buttert1y"iThere Latest

a PROPOSITIONFOR Real Estate ; City Maps

are many men who live lives of enjoyment .. :

i_ with no thought of the morrow, with the very few STORE$4200.00 BUILDING I CAN ON.SELL- WEST YOU IN-A For Sale? [For Sale

who like the ant, continually labors and sets aside i TENDENCIA STREET, 2 BLOCKS -

for the rainy day that is sure"to come.Doirtbea"Butterfly"Man. i, WEST OF PALAFOXLEASED, FOR you will find this office promptand
$420 North West 1-4 Block 12, attentive, always willing to S :
r A large supply CITY MAPS containing -
PER YEAR. THIS IS TEN PER West King Tract. 6 lots _- advise and talk. with you about ,
CENT. INTEREST, AND IT WILL, )your property, and
INCREASE IN VALUE. __________________- $350.00 all SUBDIVISIONS, BLOCKS, LOTS

--', 10 of the prettiest building and CHANGES IN NAMES OF STREETSin

It takes a "hustler" to get along in the world and I if you'll: put the price right

accumulate a competence for that rainy day. Start LESLIE, E. BROOKS' lots in New City, over- Come and. talk it over with us. ( accordance, ; : : with City Ordinances) will
now! Buy a piece of real estate and watch the Phone 462. Fisher Building looking Bay. MONEY TO LEND be received in a few days.

value grow! Improved real estate pays a handsome Several beautiful lots in
annual profit besides its growth in value as a whole. in. any amounts at the least possible
: mounted Good
These Maps on Heavy
:are ,
of cost.
Ask for'our list of "money-makers." HELP WANTED the residence, portion .. .

--- North Hill. FIRE INSURANCEplaced Linen and wr Rollers and are UPTOxDATE
TAILORESS seamstress; steady

work; none but good help need ap For prices and particulars In either of six reliable in particular
ply. Call at E. W. Walther's, 12 West \ companies. ,- every

Romana street. 17jlw apply to : .' :
Pensacola Investment

Company, 'W'AT-'TEl-First-c1ass' hat cleaning.Old L. S. ,BROWN & CO. ,

I 4. H. D'ALEMBERTE City Manager.W. hats made new. Cleaning,

H.KKOWLES, President. R. B. SIMPSON, Secretary. guaranteed.pressing and(IPanamas blocking., 'SOc.Satisfaction- Straws HcDavid-Hyer Company, 201% Thiesen Bldg. "We Sell Lots." HOOTON &. WATSON.

J.I. STILLMAN, V.-Pres. anl: Gen. Manager. KNOWLES HYER, Treasurer. 25c. 'Felt, 35c. Derbys, 25c. Victor
Louis, 100 E. Intendencia street. All Agents New York
L Rae Estate, loans, Ceneral Investments. I come in. 19 jnlmWANTEI Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.
Life Insurance Company. FOR RENT

215 South Paiafox Street, Pensacola, Florida. > Carrier boys at The Jour ," PHONE 54 NP. 37 b. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L

--- nal office. 8 E. Government Street. A Desirable ISUmmer Location for

Rent- \n ei'ghit-roomed furnished I r'r--- -
--- ---
7CO. Pensacola, Fla.
W.\NTEID---Woman to cook and do Phone house on Escambia Bay. Lots of .
general housework. Apply 518 E. fruit, chickens cow, and horse and ::::

Will Double In Real Estate, Loans Government street. 'buggy, house screened, good piano. Mon'ey to Loan.

Can be reached twice a day by train, ...., F U J WHITE & C CO

and WANTED cook, 208 West Gad- Some Good reachng Pensacola at 10:30 a. m. i, MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows -

sden street. Apply at once. 19june Thingsin and leaving at'S p. m. For further!, money from Jno. A. Hall & Artesian Well DrillersFor

particulars address Hooton & Watonl! Co. 14& E. Government; When innee'd

Value inside Collections.OFFICECOURT WANTED Men and boys wanted, rental agents. P. 0. Box, L., call on us. : Saw Mills and
learn plumbing plastering, brick Real Estate.I I cola, Fla. pensa.'I' ;

HOUSE laying. Special offer life scholarshipfifty I MONEY LOANED on all kijifla of perfoaal Turpentine Stills Espera;lv

dollars, easy payments; position Gadsden FOR RENT -Five-room cottage, East property on short notice.
On East: Jackson and
ofaYearThat N. McK. OERTING guaranteed; free catalogue. Coyne streets where the car turns off 16th Gregory, near Railroad shops, $8 Terms easy. J. B. Gray &':Co., 2 W. Geneva, Ala., and Graceville, Fia.

Bros. Trade Schools, New York, Chi- ave. into Jackson street, in block 9i i per month. C. R. Yaeger, Thiesen Romana Phone 1165._Ifeb
cago, St. Louis. 16j of the New City Tract I have five building. Phone 686. june19 We have three new first-class di.t
Notary real
MONEY TO LEND-On good eJ.tate
lots 100 feet running through the ing machines. We
Is what a great deal of real estate Phone 466 WANTED: -Able bodied men, white, block. These lots face south on the BAY FRONT house for rent cheap. security, or on good '[collateral are prepared t3

in Pensacola is 'going to do and 25 to 35 years old, for 'general work. car line, overlook the bay, the prettiest Conveniently located, 6 large rooms. at lowest rates. Leslie E Brooks put in wells from four to twelve inches

some of it is in the following list: I I $35.00 per month with board. Steady build\ g lots in ,the4whole! of East Apply J. J. Sullivan, Jr, 203 Thiesen Fisher building._21Jan in diameter and from one hundred 'o
work. Apply by letter to L. S. W., P. '
building. 17jlw
Half block in New City, fronting., For Farm Tur'entine or O. Box 187. Pensacola. Fla. 16j3t* Hill. very desirable neighborhood.For MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal sixteen hundred .feet in depth \\->

Calaionia! square.. .. .. .. ....$750 Timber Lands quick sale they go at . .$2100 property on short notice.
The east 8 lots of B'ock 171, New FOR RE."TIodern 5 room houseon Terms easy. J. W. Bullard upstairs do our work promptly. We guarant< e
salesman for
Half block in East King Tract In LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall WANTED Traveling the most City Tract, between 14th and 15th 9th ave., between Gregory and I 28% South Paiafox St., Phone 1144. satisfaction.We .
Alabama and
by largest
settled_ neighborhood.$700' on or Address aves. and 10th and 11th streets one Wright Sts. Apply to J. Hall, 506 E. _buoy
progressive southern whiskey house,
One-fourth block Toledo square block from line. Jackson or phone 837. 16jlw the best of references
on the car They are give
Turner having an established trade to turn) UNLIMITED amount 01 money U loan
New City .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$8001S & AYmard, over to good man. Applicants must pretty lots and a good speculation II all kinds ,of personal'propert1..
Lots on 11th and 12th avenues New I Real Estate and Abstrat Co. state age, experience, reference, sal- at.. .. . ._ .. .. .$1550 FOR RENT-Modern: two-story house, on Special rates to business man on large -

City, at. .. .. .... .. .. .. ..$200 I P. 0. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs,Fla ary, annual sales, expenses and losses. cultivation with large located grounds in, northern partly under sub- loans. The New York Loan,Co, 204% MisecliancousNOTICEHaving
I have two beautiful lots on the corner .
Z. Y. X. this office. 16J8t South PalafoLHOTELS.
Address ,
200x132 2 feet on East Hill car of Jackson and' 18th Ave., over: urbs. For information address or -

; line .. .... .... .. .. .. ..$1250 : the apply to the Pensacola Investment installed machine;
looking the bay, two blocks from
WANTED-Sober, industrious to manufacture of 'i i
man for the vauizt
Lots in East King Tract West Co. go
or car line two blocks from the bayoa, I 9june
solicit and collect. Good openingfor ,'1/- Iron cornice, skylights, corn ce outers :
King Tract very cheap and on easy i I
I blocks the Day fa south. iI
two from ing
right man. Apply to L. Van Win FOR RENT I i circular mouldings, etc., I am n*>w
terms. Improved property !in West A This is one of the prettiest" buUdingllots I Cottage, turnshed or I
Kiny! Tract, netting 10 per cent on in.I; BargainI kle, :Manager, Brosnaham Building, on the whole of East Hill. The: unfurnished, on bayou for summer. COMMERCIAL HOTEL, DsFuniak, prepared to do sheet metal work )tall

vestmentSee I Pensacola. lOJune; property is well worth '$800, would be I I Fine water front for boating, bathing Fla.-New management; newly fur-:I kinds on short notice. Sat i faction -

us In regard: to Lake View Hay. cheap at that price. I will sell the I and fishing. Beautiful location, near nished; free bath and sample rooms; assured. Estimates cheerfm:
en Property. Prettiest place in New I WANTED -:Cfood' man to work In yard two lots If sold at once for. I. .. .5775 I. car line. Address Cottage, care Jour\ good meals and good beds. Travel- given on work in or outside the cH:,

City and is on Bayou Texar. Water Front Property !II and in house. 619 N. Baylen St.' nal. 6june ing men especially solicited. Rates f 2 Chas B. Vetter, 18 W. Intendenoa

Sjune. A GOOD 1NVKSTMFNTBusinessproperty per day. :Mrs. M. H. Stanley', Prop. I Phone698. 25mayl
D. Hale ,Wilson & Co. corner Barcelona and Tnten-; FOR RENT-2 nicely furnished 29may. ,-
WANTED-Everyone to Know that I
I $2500 '1 dencla streets. 49 ft. frt on Inten. rooms for rent to gentlemen only. 'SANTA: ROSA-Pavilion; L. S. S. o'',
'hone 234) 15 South Pal fox The Journal has nice, clean old papers PARK HO'IElr-W'hy pay $2.50 per
I Ii I dencla by 120 ft. on Barcelona. Rent- Apply to Mrs. Hester, 420 W. ChaseSt. fers the best accommodation (t. -
For 2-story, 8-room house. lot 240x for sale cheap. Only five centsa Phone 1095. day when you can get as good room
I ed under lease at $420.00 per year. At 2junelm in bathing and recreation to be found on!
250, on Bayou Grande. Good water.S2000 bundle. and bed for SOc. Coolest place
an extra expense of JSOO'the rent can the Gulf of Mexico. Launch Leciar
I I be increased to 540.00 per year. The i FOR RENT-A. R. Bingham has storage Pensacola! and you can go out and get leaves city wharf daily at S.00: a m
WANTED-First-class Barter for colored -] to eat. One block from
prospects: of an increase value are'I room for rent, suitable for furniture what you want* !1, Phone 659. Chas. H. Burton, M"gr.

FOR SALE trade. Ring 10101 ring or good.. .. .. .. ... .. .$4200] or other goods. 104 and 106 postoffice. 22may 12may.
: call at Sylvester Campbell Store,near
For! one-story cottage on water's' --:, 'i if \ I South Tarragona street Phone 639. SUMMER BOARDERS The Hotel
; edge,.lot 120x200, on bayou Grande. I dummy depot, Warrington, Fla. Lst! your property jwith me and I: ... : for and sum
; New e'ght! room house with hall, ,10th 24 aprL FOR Hyatt is now open spring If you will look around the h I. will sell it. I RENT-A nice 5 room cottageon who wish to rest'
'Ave.and 16th St. This place has to be mer trade. People i you will find a lot of ways in Wh'l i
N. St. with bath
Spring ,
$3200 -- -- I gas and build: the Hyatt is the place..
seen to be appreciated. .. ..$1750 you can use old newspapers You
at $15.00. Inquire Fisher Real Estate
WANTED MONEY at the market rate of Interest Hotel Hyatt is the best and most up-I can buy them in quantity '
-.- Lots 3, 4 and 5, block 140, New (Buys one-story cottage, 5 rooms, on city real estate. Agency. ljune to-date hotel north of Atlanta; beautifully : office. They are any put in huii'ile-at j',
City.. _. .. _. .. .. .. .. .. ..$600 on Bayou Grande, 63x250.: ---- located; plenty to eat; good '
: All to FOR SALE OR RENT-A convenient
WANTED- owners or poultry five room I to carry and sold at ;'\e
:S Blocks 125 and 126, Petterson Addition APPLY TO I know that we are agents for the celebrated Bullock : cottage with 'bath and gas. :No. spring water; cool nights; perfectly I cents per bundle.MATTRESSES .
water front, new six room, Conkey's Poultry Remedied. J. W. Jr. 1107 E. Cervantes street Two blocks healthy; no mosquitoes; no malady: ; a

house on,same. .. .. .. .. ..$1,600 Guaranteed to cure rupe, cholera from street car. Apply to H. W. home-like place to rest: ; 87 miles' AND FURNITUKK-

Block 63, East King Tract..$2,600 Mrs. M. L l. Surgi i gape and to kill fleas, lce: and mites. Room 405, Thiesen Bldg. Gibbs, care of Forbes Store.26ma'lm. north. of Atlanta on L. and Elli N, railroad.D. Ga. Mattresses made to order; oM 'lD'< arenovatei.
Hyatt, Proprietor, ay,
Lot 7 to 14, inclusive, block 171, ,, Also their wonderful egg producer F. Phone 161. New ticks 1uru.s !L

New City.. .. .. .. .. .. ....Sl,6oo i I S. Mellen & Co. Phone. No. 234.118apr. FOR RENT-Elegant two-story residence 19maylm. : Second hand furniture bo'zgt; t ,11I,1 l
Care M. E. Clarke, ;! ', corner Strong and Sprin? Sts. OLD MILL INN-on bay front. Opens, sold. Upholstering and rep.i'r n:; un-

/ Pensacola, Fla. I Apply to C. H. Turner. lOmay June 1. Large, airy and delightful: 114 E. Belmont St., city i-1 I >n> 7,1,
1 J.A.WILSON&Co. I WANTED-The public to know- that WantedWANTED ly cool. Good fishing, bathing and: Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis, Mgi!
\\t I we can do all kinds of repairing FOR RENT Two very desirable boating. First class table. On electric -
: float building norse shoeing, etc. J. first car line, IB minutes ride from city.
stores floor of
Real Estate Agents \ Cypress tank, about 20,000 on Manhattan TAILORING-B. L. Diamond, Tailor.
I G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feb I 1 I Regular boarders and transient3.
hotel, Corner and
gallons capacity; second hand. Address Baylen. Gents' clothing cleaned pressed and
C. Gunter Emore: Pensacoa: Just completed and arranged in firstclas's Terms reasonable. Address, Old Mill I
Salisbury Building, Room 7 r I. repaired on short notice. No IlIaI
i| WANTED-To sell a lot of old papers shape. For terms Inn, PensacolaFla. 4may
Fla. t 19june2t particulars,
, : West Government St, Pensacola, K'a.Idee.
fr /\ | at 5c a bundle. Apply at this of- etc., apply Hooton & Watson. 29Apr MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL-Clarkes-I .
\) | fice. They are all whole, clean and H. ALFMAN: -Tin, Copper and Sheet II
ville, Ga. Nestling among the mountains 1
-- .::-,, I nice. .- Iron Workercornlcework;_ and skylights FOR RENT-Second story over Lin- of North Georgia. An ideal olacoto __ ______ u __'_ _
tl'e I--! ---BUTLD HOUSES- on a specialty; roofing, guttering denstruth's Jewelry store. Suitable ; --rest"' : Scenery; and climate; unsur1 J. H. PORTER :sal:maker, 716 somn
WILL : --1 and repairing, 315 South P lafox St. for offices, sleeping quarters or stor-I Beautiful walks Palafox street. Orders taken toT
I ment plan, or cash. You own passed. and drives.
Phone 560; residence' pfcoae 1316. age rooms. Lee DarielL 24apr tents, awnings, camp stools ana nousa
II lot I furnish the money and buih IOf,1 365 feet piazzas. Accessible, to many
house. You pay monthly, same as 2junelm. REl\'T-8-room I points of interest. No mosquitoes. cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 31jan.
FOR 2-story Cottage
II I short time house is Excellent table. }9maylm
rent, a youro. WANTED B. White wants your 318 W. Belmont Apply to Walker -
20 it still
Pay rent years belongs to hauling and transfer work. Satisfaction -
I&graham. April20 BROWN HOUSE DeFuniak
Springs. and retail
& Co., wholesale -ihip
the other man. Will also put down
guarnteed. Address 1501-N
I Good beds airy rooms;
wells with good pump. 2-inch galva. chandlers and grocers, only first-civs
Sth Ave., phone 981.
nized pipe with brass cylinder attach ANTED.-Real Estate for sale or meals; free bath and sample rooms. I house of kind in city. .Fair prices ton! '
rent-]leata or exchange. Your business Special attention to traveling men.
ment, will make water fly from well
I :MATTRESSES RENOVATEDNew respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson Rates $2.00 per day. J. P... Brown, MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOPWlllie -
40 to 100 ft. deep, and so easy a child
tick furnished if desired. Guaran. '
Real Estate 22 W. Government
Agent %
Prop. Mlms!, Proprietor. Furn
it. Costs
0 A BIB CHANCE TO MAKE MONEYS than can pump the old dug well.but All little'- satisfactory more- laid teed. if Crapet desired.taken Leave up and orders matting at street Room 7, Salisbury HOTELS AND 'BOARDING':'HOUSES ture repairing of all kinds, carp -

$13,000.00 for large lot on East Ro before you pay a cent -Get my i Green & Watson. Phone 193. ." "mar building. Phone 172. 23Jan -Before laying your carpet or mat laid, furniture packed for shipping
M ting, buy a supply of old Phone 63. Next to Tampa Landim-
mana St., near Palafox street, size prices. F. Williams, Contractor I newspapers
Builder Room SOS See the Piuto Water display at Hooton's to put underneath and it 22Apr
80 feet by 240 feet deep. Price, $13,000 and Thiesen Build. S protect Only
e..1 ing. Phone 802, 1 ring. ljunelm Pharmacy.' James McHugh, LOST five cents a bundle at this office.
with ALL OF THE MAXENT TRACT wholesale agent. ljunelm --_w__.JlflfltUl.rSLrLflrLtJ'JJtflfl-- CARRIAGES repaired and repaiutet
Gave both by conferring
!when out to buy REAL ESTATE. See WEST OF "C" STREET NOW FOR WANTED-Your stenographic work. LOST-one black pocketbook with FERRELL HOTEL-:meads' ,: Florida. Floats built to ord- r. Horse shue-
WANTED-Everybody to ,call and Rates $2.00 per day. Nice J. G. Welsh Carrtag-
rooms, lug a specialty.
Typewriter of cards
lis about some of the following: Exchange, large sum money, owners
the Perfect Lawhorn good beds, table'the' J. 27f a
see Pantry. best M. Ferell.
S Store N. DeVillier street, renting| MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST 315& S. Palafox St Phone 379. "109'E.. and papers therein. Liberal rewardif '
and Blackburn Prop. .
i for $180 per year.. .. .. ....$1500; MARKET RATE OF INTEREST. 23may. street, agents, 27maylm Government left at Water Company's office. 17a-pr

. House on North "C" street, cheap MORTGAGES ON REAL ESTATEIN 16jlw HJTEL VERNON-Rates J2
; lit... .... .. ... .. .. $600 WANTED-We I'I Special rate per day.. Picked Up.
THIS CITY BOUGHT AND want orders by week.
t SOLD. your for WANTED A 12 or 14 foot skiff. Apply Special attention
\ House on East Aragon street only I brand K fore
LOST-Black mare. on
: 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 to traveling'men. Free
( .. .. ... .. .$650 original stating particulars and price. sam
.... ...I '". designs to select from. shoulder; Left barn at time of fire pIe Mrs! J. 1
AU room. P. Mauldin
Thos. C. Watson 37 S. Paiafox. Prop. R/CKED UP-Red and white spot
of a
98 farming for
acres good
Thursday morning. Reward return :
k S bargain at .. ...... .. ... .. $1000 prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensaco. 27 may. to Sam Sunday, corner Hayne 15apr. :_ I cow, having more red thanI!> '"
Fisher Real Estate la. I8feb. 275 to 300 Ibs. a'i "
Four blocks In West King Tract, and Strong Sts. lOJune I HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all the .
(Bach.. ...... .. ..... .. '.. .$1000 WANTED,-Electric work of,al( knd.1 WANTED.-AH kinds or electrical year. American and European plan. 8 or 9 years old. Been around ,
have numerous other COLLECTION OF RENTS A work. I sell all kinds of electrical place past 18 months. Owner < <
k We properties Let us clean your fans resair jour Special summer rates: Firlit-<:lass in
i listed with us and it would pay dynamo, da jour vlrin ,. etc. PJlOUit batteries and other electrical supplies. Board and Rooms.ONE every respect, Pleasant and convenient have same by proving proppr ::''.',
to consult before making S ECIALTY. When you need me ring 345 or 955. paying charges. M. E. Hendcr-
( us your
you 570. Pensacola Electric Co.. 205 S. :Mrs. T. 'L, Bowen, Prop., Pen *
W. Star building :
E. Peake new Laundry :
investment flJU.LI.rIJtrJJ-J-J.1flru-J-J--u-r.flJW.rr- nrJsuw flflW Muscogee, Fla. 14junn
87. S.. Paiafox St. Baylen. sacola Fla. 15apr
Phone 206. .
: E. Garden. ISdec.
::5 We are In receipt of advices from PLEASANT ROOM to rent with

: the fire Insurance companies represented A."iTED.-The public to know that privilege of light housekeeping, 301 CENTRAL HOTEL CHIPLEYop.depot .
. by 'That all losses in CalIfornia COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressing Large'and well -
us old newspapers can be bought at lighted
For Sale.FOR
i Club 212 N.DeYlilersSt. W. ChaseStBOARDERS, i ; .
and Cleaning
conflagration will be Free sample .
? promptly this office for five cents a bundle. They rooms. room. Meals at N
, paid and that THEY WILL CONTINUE $100 REWARD ; are all clean and B'ce.WANTED. ., Mrs. T. J- Davis, Prop. Your pat. WANTED-At 226 N. Al- all hours. Special attention to traveling ,'
, TO FURNrSH ronage solicited; satisfaction guaran SALE-Having sold my fPS
: ABSOLUTE $2.00 day.
men. JF. !
-< INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY A reward of $100 will be given for, teed. Careful attention given,;ladi .' caniz street; nice, cool rooms, good Prop. per I. Tug- dence, corner of 12th avenue ', :
A. R. gle ISmarlm
Bingham :
of Jaqe Haney wants reasonable. Mrs. Dora '
the capture escaped table terms
Phone 1222. 8fec ; for sai--
i FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE FOR garments. 13th street I now offer
from convict camp. Description: ,5 your moving and hauling: He gual' [Donaldson. 27mayl6t .
S ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS. I I antees all breakage. Phone 630. CHIPLEY HOTEL-Can $etterlnd: household 'goods and one cow A:
f Protect your home and business feet 7 inches; 130 pounds; ,medium WANTED\ TO PURCHASE tract Prop. Special attentIon to commercial may be seen on the prem'! '-

,; S against loss by fire by insuring wiihvs. build; age 21; carriage erect; brown .'TED-Carrla'ges repaired and repainted of land in Florida, need not be timbered FOR RENT-one or two newly fur travelers. Free sample;and bathrooms Tuesdays and Thursdays, betwp. fI

eyes black' hair; complexion black; ; floats built to order horse but can be both timbered and nished front rooms; southern expos- Large rooms with good beds. hours of 10 and 12 a. m. Cv .H ,:

medium forehead; medium- ears; round shoeing a specialty. J. G.. Welsh; Car open, must be not less than 300,000 ure; with privilege of phone. Location $2 per day. : ISmarlniBAY erman. 14J"! "' _
ESCAMBIA REALTY CO. nose; medium mouth; gflbd teeth; riage Co. acres and not more than 80c per acre. desirable and near business center -
I round chin;. short neck; square shoulders 27feb Address J. Numa Jordy. 405 Godchaux 422 W. Gregory. ISmaylw HtTEL.-ope night and day FOR SALE-Herd fine Jersey d',- ,'

Is f I: 204/2 S. Palafox Street. ; length' of feet 10 Inches; '.vaccination -A."IlTED.-Ue Merchant Transfer building, New Orleans, La. 17j2t European: plan. Rooms light and cows with well established! m!

Telephone 1052. S scar on left arm. Co. wants your moving and bauUns. Old newspapers at five cents a bundle clean. Transient trade ,solicited,' route. No competition. Cows ai

General agents for State for Home YARN BROTHERS CAMP All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor. WANTED-Table ,boarders, 208 W. at this'office. They are all clean 575-57S 8. Palafox. Jia. S: Nlcoltu. business first class condition. A'pS. !

i Life Insurance Co.< of New York. Cantonment zen Prop. Phone 97$, ISJuneim.' Gadsden St _Miss Robinson. 17J and nice- Prop. I A. Taylor Century, Fla. 3iuneini
< "' r. -


.. .. -. .;1 ---T" '. : ,:/ ,
: ,
S'i _. $ .. .... ..... -. ... ;J'I.. ;: ,1. .""' -...' } :.- ; .:-" -, .::_ ." .
_::_' S -.e. "' ; """' "" ; u ";;'i tf?i 't. t<"; :: ; 1f 'i ti'W ;<_ i : """ "" ,, d::!' ,,, '. .r. _...;';;...--....

-- -

i- -: -" d. 1 '" c. _' ., ZyGfg5l ;;r .*Zg_% .l Zll _. ._ + 7- .. c-; / ___ _ _


Y-'It M

.. .. .. THE:: PEN- "COLA JOUHWAL:, TJJE5DY. "
-- MON1NGJUNE 19 1908. _.:. __u_"

Thousands EachDay WAAI Lookina' or BargaIns

.. - --: -
_. _
ggi- nd' agents and deal- .

Pensacola Abstract Legal debentures, scrip] McMillan e OS. Co. H........$44tpip ..44..... .......................e.I .
The t Company, NOTICE. of any government, _

I Incorporated. interested IS: HEREBY that GIVEN B. PITT all : rate or private body;corpora money AUSLEY ( COMPANY I

desires to announce that they have compiled c at a great expenditure in the office of"the Clerk of i mmiss on merchant* I i

of time and money a complete\ and up-to-date abstract plant, and aro cult Court of Escambia County all business apper-- ,
now prepared to furnishABSTRACTS Ida, a statement that he commission brok-
own the following described the buying and sell- i COMMISSION i
OF TITLEto to-wit: bothreal and person BROKERS

all. classes of real estate. In f line Beglnnng of Romana at a point Street on the : ,S'Sion using or, leasing otherwise' and; MOBILE. ALABAMA.MARKETS., II/ WEST INTENDENCIA STREET PENSACOLA FLA. I
PENSACOLA AND ESCAMBIA COUNTY.The (83) feet and nina ((9)) inches and personal prop- .
; others on commis ;
the Southeast corner of Lot T>
attention of property Holders and prospective purchasers is seven ((27), in Block Four ; and lending of
((4)) L Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and
directed to the following special features of our work: Tract; thence running East LI of any business ap- j ,. Chicago. I; j
1. We are specialists in our particular line of work-making ab North line of Romana street : loan and prop-

stracts.We do not buy or sell real estate: and have Interests to further thenee two ((82)' North) feet and at right six ((6).a): :I company.a general; and real the estate ac AU8LEY & CO/S REPORT i i COTTON STOCKS GRAIN!PROViSIONS and BONDS .

except to give our customers unequaled service. Romana Street two hundred disposing of prop- Liverpool Cotton Marfcrt. r

2. Our improved system indexing enables. us to turn out work forty (240) feet; thence West : necessary. or inciden.. J.n.-Y.b.............................O1IIu 4.63 : Bought! and Sold on Margin or for Investment. : :,
with the greatest possible deSp tch. lei to Romana Street! ( I 7.b.-M&j-.....;..,............. ............ 8M .
3. Our abstracts are prepared In a neat attractive and convenient feet, six inches; thence III. I M&r.-Aprll.. .....;..........................666 S .
frmA special Plat of the property abstracted is furnished free right angles, two hundred and of the capital stock April-May............._. | Reference: First Rational and Peoples! Banks Phone 11 73
of charge. ((240)) feet to point of dollars to be M.y-Jun.. 5.85 i
4. Our FEES are REASONABLE' and our work ACCURATE. Romana Street being hundred shares of 111l1H.J7 ............................ .... 8.85 +*++.....4444.+...* **4.4........o..................
We also issue a Daily Bulletin of all transactions of a commercial Lots Twenty-two Twenty-eight each and to be JU1y-ASgiiit .......;.............. .... ....5.B!
nature recorded in the clerk's office, at a subscription price of and Twenty-nine ((29)), Block of the United AiaI-8.ptuib.t........................ j.78SepUmberOotobw .
$2.50 per month.PENSACOLA. ((4)) Donelson Tract, City. of of a just valua 5.69
coli,. Florida: according -to by the incorporators 0 tob.r.Ifov iab.r .leg ANNUAL DIVIDENDS
ABSTRACT COMPANY, aId City copyrighted by IV. 1'oTem' December ..... .
PHONE 393. 114 N. PALAFOX ST. RARRY. GRAHAM. Gen.Mr. Watson in 1884. the corporation D.o.air-hnwy: ........ ..............5.82 cannot be lost and
..,... -- And he desires to take the be ninety-nine (S'9) Liverpool Spots e 11 they may be used to:
mony of Mrs. Mercy Hargis, Dr. of letters pat. ;Ow York Cotton M.rleet.
; Opw, reduce the premiums each if the insuredso
-------- Renshaw, J. S. Roberts W. High Low Glot year
and himself for the purposeof July Il1. i 10.65 10.SO 10.56
ing that he and those .under of the corporation .A.Utllt 10.50 10.55 10.42 10.41 chooses. A life or Endowment Policy with -
be title have been In OOkiber..10. 1'.43 1087 ia43

Double Your Money don claims of the said property President by the, following a Secre December Sew Tort.Bpoti,10,48 11.10 10.4J 10.42 10.t6 annual dividends in the Union Central Life

all the world for more than and a Board of ".
(20)) years, and will make II of three stock. Wheat. is the most satisfactory.
All kinds: of real estate In West Florida are steadily and rapidlyincreasing at the said office on the 27th ; by such other ol.

in price, and there is no chance to lose If you Invest your June 1906. for a commission to as the J% _......Opea.83H Huh 83tf Low 84$ COM 8383 B. S. WILLIAMS General
money in it. Prices have more than doubled within the past three such testImony.A. tQrs may appoint. Sept..... .._ .- >i 835$ 82 83-- Agent.
jears. We have .some nice offerings in all kinds of real estate, in i .. M. retary and Treas Corn. Thiesen Building. Phone 608.
either large or small tracts. \, e can sell YOUR lands, no matter Clerk Cir. Ct. Escambia Co., by the same per Open fligi! LoW CI...
where they are. By L. G. AYMARD. D. C. shall be chosen Jul7............62# 827$ 53 j, -- .
27may-oaw-4wks. Se15........... -
.Ux.. fi
and the other of 62t 59% P! iI -; __
BUTLER & SIMMONS Notice for Publication. shall be chos-
of the Interior. Land Office! at of Directors. The New York Stock Market

LAWYERS AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS, yule Fla., April 9, 1906. be elected on the b1hVD Pac111a............_Open 64 Qo a
CHIPLEY. FLA. hereby given that the following December:: in each OOpIs...................... icA. 103 ADD A
<; settler has filed notice of his be the day for the 13.R........................ IB2Jt 132 LITTLE EACH DAY
-a---- --- to make final proof in support of the stockholders J.hh.......................... 88 88"
claim and that said proof officers who are J..R........................... iso U8i
< made before Clerk Circuit smess of the corpora B.B.T..0................ 80 78H
For Sale ForSale Pensacola, Fla, on June 30, 1906 : elected at the first B." 0 ........................ 113% H6H42ft To the man with a 1itt1 money, and
rfMXJXJVXTJJMMUTJ W.fljtfl W WfluW.nJtflflnflrLrflrtt&rtr.rknJtrnJ1r,r_, James S. Seals, of Nokomis on the day for the In e...........................
JUUUir a 30488 for shall have 0..1 ........................ lil 60* who wants more,the best plan, and that
FOR SALE-One good all-round family FOR SALE-One Jersey and Holsteincow the lot 1 ( or E% of quail U. 8

horse and harness. One top bug- with young calf. Apply to JF'.s: Sec. 1, Tp. 5, N., R. 34 W. He follows: 0'.Sintered............... 104 88 10 391\! which has been the means of gettingmore

try nearly new. One good wagon. A. Alice M. Strother. Big Bayou. 17jlw the following witnesses to President; R B.1i............................ 28 28-" than other is .
E. Turner, Bohemia, Fla. Phone 216. continuous residence upon and and Treasurer; L.If )f........................ 146Vf 145TW any to
iCjunelm. FOR SALE-Don't fail to get my ration of said land viz: J. E. Withers R. C. Pack L.4........................ 73
prices. I carry a full line of .building bird, of Nokomis, Ala., James StUlman Directors.! ]i.P................w.......... HK 95
FOR SALE-rTwo fine milch cows with material. Sash doors and blinds bird of Nokomis, Ala., W. M. VI. L 0..................... ....&_ 177\ 175J OPEN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT
young calves;. can be seen at No. Joel Frater Baylen St. ney of Nokomis Ala., W. B. of liability or .n.PH...................... 159!*. 159
123 E. Gregory. C. B: McMillan. a specialty. Nokomis, Ala. W. G. Robinson the corporation N1Y.0 .......................18 J85 I
wharf. 17jun' ister' \ t itself shall be P.0 .......................... MoB l,
lOjune. ",,11...,..,,. a.D.G..u._ .. __... _1Q1'1_ ''''' with a good bank and add a little each
-- -
TA DRINKERS ATTENTION I FOR SALE-16 mUch cows, one bun VII.-vu. 8t.I' .::...:::::::::: 177" 176ILl. IjJV day or each week each month.

you want a delicious cup of tea, try for sale cheap... Olust be sold by Notice Publication.. residences of the ............................. 2'" 24 I or We

"Our Own" Blend it is superior to any July 1st. Apply Fla. to A. Herschkovitz., ville.of the Fla.Interior.. April Land! 19p6.Office at ; : the number of 8.T.O.L a............._._._........... ......154 863 154 86 will add four per cent, compounded

dollar tea ()n the market. Only 60c Warrington 16jlw hereby given that,the following by each of them Pcma.... .....?. 182 129 semi-arin uall y. :

per pound. A valuable ticket ia every settler has filed notice of his u.P..........__ ...... l483 1
package. New Orleans Grocery Co. FOR. SALE A team of good mules. to make final proof in support Gulfport, Miss.,
Phone 105. Jas. McHugh, Prop. Apply to Moise'DeLeon at new power -
Claim, and that said proof Ausley & Co's. Daily; Market Letter.,
]uae. house, yard. ISjunelw Ohio
navy Toledo 49
made before Clerk Circuit ,N w York June 18.-The cotton

FOR SALE-FInest car load of horses FOR SALE-Nice, dean old newspa :Murdock Pensacola T., Fla.McMillan, On June 30.Pne 1906 : ; ; Pensacola Fla.,, markets have become so exceedinglytame
ever received in Pensacola. McMil;" pers. All whole and useful at homeor and uninteresting that there is FIRST
Fla., Hd. 34574 for the N# BANK
sf -
an & Turton, West Iritena'encia in your store. Only five cents per i said sub feature
iI no
Sjune. I bundle. I of Section 28, Tp. 3 N., R. 31 worthy notice. Liverpool
i names the following set their! was; dull and 3 higher on spots salesof
: his continuous residence real'Y OF PENSACOLA, FLA.W. .
FOR prove 10,000 bales while contracts
SALE-Remington typewriter.' FOR SALE-Boat builders wanting B. WITHERS, were
"Rem," care Journal.' 6jun small tots .0! juniper can have the and cultivation cf said land, viz PACKARD i advanced 2 to 3 points. Our markets I
S. Hobby, of Pine Barren. Fla., H. KirowLM.Pre s. W.K. HTM! ,Ja., V-Peei.and CftsHler.
1m.'I' to order at $5.00 nun :
same cut E. STILLMAN.
per opened somewhat
D. of Pine Fla. stronger but a moreunreasonable T. W. BBINT: and W.N. BOBJBTS Aast. Cashiers.
FOR SALE-Retail grocery dred. Apply to -Capt Baker of launch I Berg, Barren Dizerou0.. Brent W. A. Blount. W, H. Knowles W. K. flyer. Jr ,
down town. Apply A. Ruth, or send orders to F. C. Eaton, Miller of Pine BarreniFla., L J. market could hardly be D. G. Brent.
Co. 5junel6t Boggy Fla. ISjuneyw by of Pine Barren;,; Fla. W. G. imagined. -L-------- < .
inson, Register., appeared"Wll The weather was mixed and couli: -- C."I:';;
See the Pluto Water display at Hooon's not furnish
R. C. reports that were either agent for the Notice for Publication. Packard and r
( Pharmcy. James McHugh, Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos of the Interior. Land Office at known to me as' the tullish or bearish; ,satisfactory conditions

wholesale agent ljunelm from $500.00 up. They cost less than ville, Fla., April 9, 1906. subscribed to the in Southern Texas !were offset No.( 560$. 1 :-
by favorable reports from the eastern
horses to keep They Incorporation. and
up. can be run given that the
FOR SALE-We have lot of k hereby following telt C.w. LAMAR President.H. JOHN PFEIFFER '.
a <:g Undoubtedly there is a large: Assistant Caihler. 1
In sand! or anywhere a horse. can go. settler has filed notice of his that they sub E. CLARKVIce-President and Cashier. J. W. ANDREWS Assistant Cashier. r
suitable for
flower pots and other Leslie E. Brooks. to make final in ; the same for the short interest In the new crop months .: .
purposes: also a lot of whiskey, syrup proof support therein forth. but the 'Weather on the /whole favors '
and other barrels, which are suitablefor claim, and that said proof this inferest. Something must be THE AMERICAN
FOR SALE-Ten new and secontt made before Clerk Circuit WHEREOF, I have NATIONAL BANK
packing crockery or fish and cured second hand office safes different and official seal thrown into the scales to put them out ;
meats. We buy all kinds of barrels' sizes best makes at bargain price Pensacola, Fla., on June 30, 1906 A. D., 1906. of balance and it is likely to take some ,
William B. Seals, of Nokomis. OF PENSACOLA, FLS%. I
and extremely strong development to pull
re-cooper and clean them. Sup- Scarrltt Moreno, office East Govern. CAMPBELL,
ply always on hand. need any ment St. 24mar the trade out of its lethargy. STATES.
barrels. or have for sale ring Tp. 5 N.. R. 33 W. He names "'L. _. !lit fUll: Knon k lnnv +?mA cina Then a t rttm II rtittAfvrVAf AAS flit flSt.t em L.a ASA
anv us ., i:) ate or nonaa at UAL. oiucn\ .,LUVVVV. aunrLUdDIRECTORS. OU.UU\l.\
lowIng[ witnesses to his ;k -lih
up. Phone 235, residence phone 591 prove H. Price has favored the '. -<
Pensacola Cooperage Co., Geo. .A: FOR SALE.-Improved ana unlmpro'- ous residence upon and Dec. 14, 1907. an idea. He is generally reported to : |
Vucovich. Pres., No. 9 S. Alcanlz. ed property In all parts of the city. said land, viz: J. E. Hubbird 3e a !billionaire ''When it comes to L Frank
Henry Covlngton Reilly F. E. Bra
I koms: Ala., James Hubbird of ner. .
ITmaylm. J. A. Wilson' Co., Real Estate Agents, ideas and the !whole market is hoping J. M. Pfeiffer W. S, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar
Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone mis Ala., W. M. Courtney, of that he is not going to 'become stingy Bryan Dunwody T. F. McGouHn, J. R. Sounders, .
FOR SALE-A lot or old newspapers. 172. 23jan rais, Ala., James S. Seals, of with them. A. M. Avery, W. ". Milton, 0. E. Maura, ,,
Put up in bundles convenient for Ala. W. G. Robinson. Register. .---.,. No matter how McFadden may W. L. Cawtbon, Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oertlng
jarryln'g. Only five cents bundle. MARINE AND STATIONARY ENGINES stand on 'July and how much spot cot C.
per i Notice for Publication. 6, I. 0. 0. F. Alex McGowln M. Covlngton M 1. E. Clark. .
Apply this office. for sale. Wonder Gasoline ton he may be willing >take up next
Engines are the 'slmpliest strongestand of the Interior. Land Office at / 6, I. 0. 0. F, month, the !big spot interests cannot .Safety deposit bOle: ,for rent at $2.00, $3.00! and $ the year. Private apartment I
CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton, &; best engines on the market for yule Fla.. April 9, 1906. Noti evening at 7:3(1( expected to bull the market for any in connection; for the convenience; of customer
Watson have just received a large' the money. Send 'for cata ogue. Ed hereby given that the following <3 Hall. Belmont cne. A .Q' cline !would not increase I''I
notice of Visiting brethren Four'per cent interest Paid on Time Deposits.
supply of the latest city maps, showingall 'I B. Banks Pensacola. Phones 1377 settler has filed his trading materially but a good advancevould I
to make final proof in support the public into the mar I
of the subdivisions.: The maps are Ii I and 577. Sjunelm bring
official and down to date and are claim, and that said proof wijl ?, N. G. ket with a rush. Although they seem
mounted on heavy linen. Regular. made before Clerk Circuit to think the market too high they
price $2.50; special price on lots ot: FOR SALE-Second hand 25 H. P. Pensacola Flavon June 30, 1906, seem afraid to sell the market short
five or to boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply to Thomas H. Nelson, of Pensacola through fear of manipulation or an adverse
men. Hooton more &agents Watson.or real estate 8may: New Method Laundry. ISApril Hd. 30713 for the NE% (or lot 1) !!, Nc,. 3. K. of P. turn in the weather. L B.HILTON 1L BTJSHNFfcLi ORN:,!!CASHIIB..PBamuT. T.AN8HELD S. WekLRS: : : MORENO.Vioi-Paisiumsi.
SE4 of NWH (or S of Lot 2)) evening at 8 The statistical p<':.iUon is daily Aesr.CJ.lWID

FOR SALE OR RENT-Two lighters; FOR. SALE-I am making a limited of. 32. Tp. 2 S., R. 31 W. He names >> W. Intendencia Castle HaJl : growing stronger but although the Citizens National Bankof .
one with capacity for 75 thousand ft. fer on 12 lotS-in northeast New City following witnesses to prove his cordially welcomed.St. falling off /promises to "be continuous PenssooU, yiortd
'lumber, the other thirty thousand ca: within the town limits' and near the tinuous residence upon and Tom now on to the end of the season uiaiciozs.GM. .
Lake View' Haven viz P. C. we 6ee nothing acute in the supply
of said land : George
pacity. Rates reasonable. Also two properties with MornBBer. T.B. .
: of R. & S There will be W.Wright. Welle BIX 11. Robinson. L. UilUra Ore .
situation. o
skiff boats for sale cheap, 22 ft. long clear titles and excellent elevation at ensacola, Fla.. B. C. Duval of end demand
5 ft. beams. Telephone or write J. A. $720. I offer single lots in the same sacola, Fla., Willie Simon of Meetings or the enough cotton to go the not TRANSACTED
Ch-ffla & Co., Milton. Fla. 25marOX : vicinity at $60 and $65 per, lot on easy la, Fla., A. J. Nelson, of : of Columoua more than enough to protect market it con essentiaiiy -:

-- I terms., !(This is to tht1'8de.ofwhlte- : : __ Fla. W. G. Robinson Register. : held at their halL tract.. n situation._ __A'_:_The_ "'n"....
THE HIGH LAND-East Hill elec. people exclusively jaoert A. Clubba, 8 West Intenden: a1.111"6 v.
tric car line six lots 100 ft. front Box 112, City. ISjunelm APPLICATION FOR ENT.LETTERS street on every Club Formed. City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds.
1 by New Pleasure
13H deep, corners $100. inside evening at I
lots $600. TEA DRINKERS ATTENTION NOTICE' is hereby' given! that i of the local young men met
There are no better situa o'clock. An In- Several Denomination $1,000.00 each. Dated January 1st, 1906. Maturing January
tions than these loti. A T. Clubbs. you want a delicious'l cup of tea, tr> undersigned will on the 5th is extended' last night and organized a Pleasure 1st 1936. Redeemable an. 1st, 1926. Interest Payable Semi-Annually.
"Our Own" Blend it Is superior to any July, 1906, apply to the Club for the purpose of giving dances
FOR SALE-Nice, clean old newspapers dollar tea on the. market. Only 60c the State of Florida, for Letters B. and excursions during the WE OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE, IN
at !lYe cents a bundle. This of per pound. A valuable ticket in every ent on the Articles of Grand Sight Their initial'! dance will be AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER.
fice. package. New Orleans Grocery Co. herein below set out the Thursday night at Electric! Park, with I

Phone ,J05, Jas. McHugh. Prop. which articles are on file in the( music by Barrios' orchestra, and noth-- The Bank of
REGULAR HACK LINE-From Chip- 7june. of the Secretary of State of the of Rebekah. njr.will be spared to have the guests Peoples Pensacola
le>', making connections with mail of Florida. 10, Daughters of enjoy themselves. The committee reserves ,
launch for points on St Andrews bay. FOR .SALE Registered Berkshire WM. WITHERS, ry Monday night the right to refuse admissionto Pensacola, Fla

Extra teams for traveling men. Good hogs; best of. breeding.. Ask for' R. C. PACKARD.' 0. F. halL Visit- objectionable parties. 19june -

horses comfortable vehicles. Call on catalogue. Carl etterlind.. 'Chipley, JOHN'E.. STILlMAN.Articles Invited to. be pres. -
or address J. C. Sinclair. Chipley Fla. Fla. of Incorporation. I The Very Best Remedy for Bowel ;rft _

Telephone No 74. 28apr We the undersigned do hereby R WITKOV8KI. Trouble.Mr. M.I:.rv. CJ Arr=a'' oI o. "one"
-FOR JUST'nECEIVED-Large'.. ol sociate ourselves together .for the 'miticx Sec. M. F. Borroughs, an old and Frt*. .ca.: IJC": 8ell' .
SALE-Economize, by purchasing Imported"Olive"OIL Retail, by pint, pose of becoming incorporated well-known resident of Bluff ton, Ind., Whol..1.i and Retail IXa&i.r,.
choicest of lots on East Hill at gallon or larger,quantity. G. Uorasso the laws of the State of Florida 81, meets first and : "I regard Chamberlain's Colic Steam, Domestic Anthracite
$WO per lot. no present need of paying &; Co., ship 'chandlers and grocers. 701 transact for profit the business evening at 7:30 n. Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy as the and Blacksmith C 0 A L
tOO per lot and $750 for a 30 foot : South Palafox.- 4oct. inafter set forth; and we do adopt 10. West Inten- best remedy for bowel trouble. I '
strip of barren sand. Three beauti: following as the Charter of the very make this statement after having Office-No: 43 South Palafox street Telephone 93.

ful sites of five lots each at J1500 for FOR SALE-For sanitary posed corporation: 0. FELL, Pres used the remedy in my family for Yard corner Tarragona and Gonzalez streets Phones I 6 an1 37J !
each purposeswe
quarter block not over 100 1 See. .
; yds. bare In stock'Ground HydrateJ several years. I am never without 7w' '> < .
from electric car line. A. V. Clubbs. The name of the corporation, This remedy is. almost sure tobe .
June. Tennessee Lime In strong paper bat No. 4, i. 0. O. F. it" -
40 IbS..Jl.t 25 centg.ati.ware house. A. be The Pensacola Realty No. 4, t. 0. 0. F.. > needed before the summer is over.I
and its principal of ---
place not buy it now and be preparedfor -_
FOR V Clubbs. corner"-.Gregory. and Alca- -vento* at 7:30 Why -
SALE-Fine hotel site; best s i-- shall be at Pensacola Escambia such an emergency? For sale by Ordor You.r U
uation in the city for a tourist ho- nii.: Sjune ty, Florida; but the Board ,of and Bayle" I all druggists.
brethren GOAL and WOOD
tel. 130 feet fronting south by 172 feet tors may establish other places cordially I ICE,
deep on East Government street over FOR SALE-Pair 'spotted. ponies 5 business for said corporation GREENBLATT. :from: tlao

looking Seville square and Adams years""old,,sound' and gentle. Don and without the"State of Florida Wednesdays ,In.each month. Visiting, I I Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company.
street with open view of Pen.t& la key and cart; ;just the this* for chil n. i W. sovereigns. cordially invited.
I tay: UO.OOO will buy the property. dren. human .&. Hecker,. Century. The general nature of the No. 1, 'W. U. W.. F. A. BOGHICH, C. C. I Offlce-Corner. :. Chale.and Tarragona Phone 259.
l&>>r, Fla. ,. 23inay to be transacted shall be that of Hall 1st and 3rd LESLIE E.. BROOKS..-Clerk. t I .


"*--l -/o-T- _. '" ,.. .>.....,...,.,, ,-._ :;::;":. : '7'i;<->;'."---.,. -. <", ..',.-.}',;. 'Y. ,. -, -._-. .,.- !l.. <', ...::". "..,.-d..... -

.., .-, ", ..,>'. -' ,,-..'

I ..

Mi *>M' "M "MMM ;
11 '

i y '-. NEW METHODIS: T CHURCH Largest in the World, ,

;. Unless You :' TO BE A MODEL EDIFICE jr- K

are Correctly describes the,An euser-Busch, ( !

Brewery. Covers 128"acres:equal to 70

Indifferent Floor Plans of PlDpDsedStructur: city blocks. Storing capacity 600,000

f ,:" ORGANIZATION barrels. Employs more than, 6,000 people. ,
t Received'and PracticallyAccepted -

Regarding Your= x ,, r A CITY Sales for 1903 =



SCHOOL ASEMBI.X ,ROOM I l LEAGUE[ G [ : : of, Beer. rvy


: AppearanceIt :FOR-TOTAL COST WILL BE $S0,- which exceeds that,of.any:other.Brewery:in

000. Three Clubs Signify Willingnessto the world. ,:' .

will pay you to select your ,clothes from our, Become MemberHIarran- Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n.
: mammoth stock of that's made by the 4
clothing I The floor plan for the.. new Methodist St, Loots* U.S.A..
most, skillful tailors in the world. Grey and blue Episcopal church .which Is to b 3 cas Expected to Join.It .

lead in popularity of color, with black and..fancies I l erected,on the property'the corner '

strong in demand. Ten, Twelve Fifty, Fifteen and of Wright and Gulllemarde streets, recently Baseball Is hat. after all a real City -' ;
League will become a A. MOOG Distributor.
Eighteen dollars are popular prices, each price offer- acquired by the: congregation of ity, the league to Abe composed: of four I ;
the Palafox street church, has been 'clubs. Efforts along this line have, Pensacola.: '
ing decidedly strong ( received all probability
been going on for several weeks, but: .
Now a good time to buy your second summer accepted with but few. modification" without success, ibut the movers\ in the: Carked or Art Capped
suit. jibe i plans for the structure ar& being organization of the league have nsver
j i prepared by I Badgley an'ol J Nicklas, of
given up hope, and at last it seems as
Underwear thin and cool 50 cents a garment. : Cleveland, 0., and a rought draft,of though their efforts are to be crowned
4: the proposed.building will probably be with success. I ...
:' submitted to the congregation in 'the Three teams have s'gnfied: their -

course of the next month. willingness to become"members of the ,,
'I The floor \plan contemplates a' build- league. These are the Clerks Benavo-
THE JOHN WHITE STORE ing 64 feet wide at the front, 92 f-j .!nt Associat'on Bank Clerks and Y. M, NW[
i in width a little to the rear of center C, A. clubs, and it is expected thattheteam SHIPPING YOU COULDN'T FIND A
of the
edlficef where
) a large semicircular at Fort Barrancas will become areeIDIb
Phone 225 205-207 S. PALAFOX i Sunday schoolroom is 'provided
r and; make the fourth,
I for.on the Guilleaiarde. street 'side, the The present plans of those who are Arrived, BETTER TIME THAN NOWtc
t depth of the buirjlng being 120 feet. .fcehin'a1. the movement are to have a:
I( The seating capacity of .the audl double-header on each' Friday, thus Parkwood, Br ss, Hubbard, 1102Cardiff
of insurance.
the subject life The
take Equitable
tGrium, with galleries! will be) in the giving each team a 'game'each" week.It : to Pensacola Lumber Co. I up
I neighborhood of 900. Louisianan: Br ss, Wood, 23S5, New offers many advantages not given by and policiesthat

; A BIG REDUCTIONIn REAL[ l [ESTATE T T[ I, will The be main on Wright entrance street to the, at structure the eat working is July not, and order expected the before first to get the game the first league so portionof far In Orleanes Dora the Ital W. Figafi,Co.2601,J I sent are Send not, only us your attractive age and butt address.are' a positive. in\"esi.

end of the building. To the left of the scheduled :is on the Fourth of July b'- Genoa, to: Gulf Transit Co. I
the Amount ofHEADACHES main entrance will *e,stairways conv tween the Y. M. C. A., and Clerks John L. Inglis, Am tug, Olsen, 98, Insurance: '! Agh
municating with th, gallery and, with Bene'olentAssociation\ teams. Pt :'taglis, to master. I KnowIesBros.GPe
the basement, and-to-the right, 'directly Fire, Life :
T TRANSFERS N f[ g I under the tower willbe"s. paror Cleared. ......
j and !board meeting room. The main Results Isabel B. Wiley, Am sch "Wiley,
auditorium, which ig entered througha Yesterday's 611, for Philadelphia, with 550,000 s
a hall from the front entrance 1s'40 by ft lumber.
Since the People Are Using I' 76 feet and is ronne'cted"with' tha Following are the scores in the ....................../ /NNN./NNNINNNNI//
Following is a list of.the real estate Sunday school room by) means of folding league, gam? played yesterday: VESSELS IN PORT. 2 PfIlT .OOLA
transfers recorded yesterday, report 1! l doors which can be opened', throwing Southern
ed by the Pensacola Abstract Co.: I the whole lower floor intoone Memphis 10; Atlanta League.3. Steamships.Burnby I Iron Works and Supply Coet i
Bromo- yin J, S. Roberts to J. R. Shoemaker i j ]large auditorium. An old..)English pal i New Orleans 10; Birmingham 4.I ." Br ss, Thomas, 2361, Ga'- 0'
All grantor's interest in the EV j of r! pit will \toe located at the .east,end ol f I Shreveport 3; NashviPe 1.. veston,to'the W. S. Ksyser Co. o Manufacturers and Repairers; of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, :
Arpent lot 48, Shackelford plan, being -j i the altar, from which a speaker will, Little Rook- lontgomery, postponed Cayo Maazanillo. Br ss, Cowdy, FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
l on NW corner of Gregory and 9t'jbe j i audible In all! portions of the edi- i rain. 1908 Galveston, to Gulf Transit: Co. : : REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given ,to all orders, *
For Salo by avenue-$1 and other considerations| fire Dundonlan, Br ss Smith, 2123, New] day or nIght. Agents .for James :McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and ATImbar
Mrs. Ellen C. Aylward to Sallie M'1| The Sunday school room.will+ occupy South Atlantic League.. Orleans to F. 0. Howe & Co. I : Dogs, also! chains of all descriptions. Office phone 123:: Resi ?
White's Pharmacy Brosnaham, Walker Ingraham and: \a semicircular addition to the'churchs Macon 1; Columbia 2. Barlswood: Br. ss, Fayn, 1840, PL' a dence phone 1029 P. 0. ,Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr.
Henry A. Brosnaham-E 40 ft of lot j i proper and will consist of a main audi Savannah 2; Augusta 0. .Inglis to J. A. Merritt & Co. ,I osOiNNNa9000NNOAaN09a0N9eop104' NOpONelooneed 0
PALAFOX STREET. 1 to 6, inclusive, all of lot 24 and ther t I' torium or assembly room and'about 20 Charleston 8; ilacbsonvillj 2. Federica, Aust. ES, Zar, 2261, New:
Manufactured by W 10 ft of lot 23, S 63 ft of lot 11, and 11!, ,class rooms, arranged In three tiers, -4! Orleans, to Gulf Transit; Company ;! 4
G. VAN ANTWERP & SON, of the W 10 ft of lot 12. in b'ock 14,,i separated by accordeon "partitionswhich American League: :. Huttonwood, ,Br. ssVhite,2533, St.
40 r' Mobile, Ala. Belmont tract-Jl.OOO and other con- will fold !back against the'.wall, St> Lous 6; Washington 3. Vincent to Gulf! Transit Co. have no terrors for you
sderations.: I and be opened In front so that eV-IY Cleveland! 2; Philadelphia 3.Chicago :Mex'can. Brit. S\'l'. 2728, Slater from, W' A'SH DAY if you send your washing to
r J. W. Bullock, Jr., to C. E. Smith pupil in the school 'will. bs within : 4; Boston: 3.Itetroit J New Orleans, to Gulf Transit Co.
Lots 9 and 10 in block 31$, lots 1, 2,I sight: cf the superintendent There,il is 9; New- York 2. Monvso: Ital'ss, Reve'Io, 2774, New I I The New Method Laundry,
f. WhatYourEyesSeeyou 5 to 10 inclusive and 19 and 20 in j a separate entrance"'at the side, to the Orleans to Gulf Transit: Co. PHONE!I6! E. LAWRENCE: : Prop. No. 8 WEST ROMAN it
block 373; all of block 368 and 404, Sunday school room. National League.'
: New City tract-$100 and other con The altar, semicircular in form,will i Phildelphia-St. Louis, postponed 1 Ships. ,. -
must believe. So you need not siderations. reach from one side of the church to rain !! I." ..""++...,",' "' ...".tfeNNelNe0Je0NNNMI
; take any other person's word for It, Nicholas Geri! to J. \V. Bullock, Jr- the other, with the exception of space BrooklynICincinnati" < postponed, Harvest Queen, Brit ship, Fcrsyth. ,
: but call on me and E?/: of lot 18, block 3, Old City-flOOand necessary for the 'h1 ways leading to Rio Janiero to order.Nordstjernnen :
: "SEE"for other valuable considerations.J. the pastor's study which is located i iu rain.Boston 2; Ch'cago' "LNaw Nor ship, 1,635.1 I'::1 IF I MEN COULD ONLY i o
c' W. Bullock, Jr.. to A. D. Wright the northwest corner of the building' York'Pittsburg, postponed, Iralcsea, La Guayra to W. S. Keyser:] t
yourself, what swell summer goods E!i of lot 18, block 3, Old CitY$100and and the choir room, in the northeastcorner. 1 rain. &; Co. I
t I am showin. and atSUMMER i, other valuable considerations.W. A stairway will\ lea'j' from the Barks. .Ii I
C; Spencer to Escambia Realty choir room to the place arranged for r De-gregori Gio; Botto, Ital bk, 1294. REALIZE 1 1the
PRICES I Co.-Lots 6 to 10. in block 218. New the choir, directly in the rear'of the ,A Champion Tihizjer.e Genoa to Rossasco ..Br.os.King j
: L'ght-weight Serge Coats from $3'' 'City: tract+''Jl and other Pulpit and immediately: back of th I Ray Ewry of New York defeated the Malcolm If bk Gufi, 1233, G o-l!,I : ,
' : ''l I tions. rachoir the organ will be Installed. leading jumpers of Europe and Australia loa to Huges & Co. : great advantages: of using gas to cook with and the J
to $7; Sicilians and Aupacas in abundance ; I
at'from $4.00 to $10.00. One of:\I 1 Mrs. Anna E. Berlin to Lee Daniell In the basement: there will be a'' during the recent Olympic games Luisa Hal bk 1591. :Moatano, from the perfect degree of comfort it affords every housewife :
J' -Lots 5 and 6, block 39, E. Pens 1 kitchen, and dining room' a lecture at Athens. !\olloth'to master. i ,
those Serge Coats (single or double i we are sure he would not rest until there was a gas $
: breast) with a pair of those swell,J'); cola City tract, !Sec. 5, Tp. 2 S, Range room and furnaces for heating the I Ewry won first place In the standing Lake Erie, ItL. bk., 92?. Efigan, Bas:. cooking stove installed! in his kitchen. No coal, wood f
light trousers, will dress you for!,; 29 west-$1 and other valuable con- building.The broad jump and in the standing high som to Master.Monrovia : ,
the ''summer, together with some cf siderations.Lee material out of which the edi 'jump. He is a member of the New Nor bk, 1449 Aase, Ham ashes, dust, smoke, or ultra-heated kitchen-just per *
those gauze and balbriggan underwear Daniell to Sallie A. Hall-Lots fire 'Will foe constructed has not yet 1: York Athletic club and also holds the burg to order. : feet kitchen comfort Gas at $1.50 a thousand feet make +
at 50c and $1.00 per suit, and, your .5 and 6, block 39, E. Pensacola City, been decided upon, but bids will b whole outfit won't cost you over tract, Sec. 5, Tp. 2 S, Range 29 west- asked for upon marble, stone, and I events. Ferres, Mentevideo to German American
x12.50. Call and let me show $1 and other considerations.J. pressed brick trimmei:: with: stone. Lbr. Co. s
jou. R. Shoemaker to Henry Muller The total amount to be expended i in A summary of the American: vieta1I'.iJ Spero Nor. bk, 623, Bostig, Las Pensacola Gas Company :
H of lot the construction of the building cannot shows how absolutely the games Palmas. .
a Arpent 48, Shacke'fordplan !Ii.
JOSICOLEMANI being on the NW corner of ;be in excess of 60000. were at their mercy. Twelve firsts Sterling, Nor bk, E'lepsen, Lab.ta: : 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. *
Gregory street and 9th avenue were taken by the Yankees, four sec- Bay to order.
1 $1,000 and other considerations. e- ends and six thirds, while three men Schooners.

212 S. Palafox St. Florida and Alabama scored points by tying. Martin J. Sher Donna Christina; Am sch, McLeod.i --
G. B. Burnhans Testifies After Four r idan, the burly weight thrower and 165, Belize. I
L Phone 727. Years.G. LAND COMPANYManufacturers Elizabeth: T. Doyle, Am sch, Crouch! HOUSEKEEPING IN CHINA. t.PATENT.

l --- -- B. Burhans of Carlisle Center, er, 641, New York to order. USWllosQurroES
N. Y., writes: "About four years of Frances T. Tunnell Am sch. Tun-'
house in China is dolightful
4 a'go I wrote you stating that I had and Dealers in nell, 1239, Philadelphia: to order. I '
I been entirely cured: of a severe kidney LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS.i Marrow N. Cobb, Am sch, Saunders,I / said the wife of an Amer
SUMMERTROUSERS I trouble by taking less than two AND KILN-uRIEO SAP. ,,- 260, Havana to master. ican army officer who has just returned -
I!bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure. It ;7COFFE.E Barkentine. from the far east. 'We hada

.entirely stopped, the brick dust sediment 6 I I Hubert Fuller. Am barkentine, 679, lovely little house in Tientsin. APPLIED FOR
and pain and symptoms of kidney Port of to There hear At all| Druggists.
Nash, Tampa, C. W. OIl, you never any talk about
disease, disappeared: I
am gladto MUS-QUIT-U MFG. CO.,
that I have ver. I the servant problem, and you don'thave
say never had a returnof Brig. Jacksonville: Fla.NOTICE.
of those to keep a continual watch
any symptom during the .I.II on
t Jennie Hurlbert, Am brig, Wright,' __ __.J
'We want four that have elapsed i IL the 'want' columns of the
to years and I
you see our am 418, Havana to J. A. Merritt & Co. newspapers
evidently cured to stay cured and i i for fear
hired will
line of trousers for sum- We are the Pioneer'Coffee your girl !
i heartily recommend_ Foley's Kidney Mt. Horeb Chapter, No. 6. I leave you suddenly.". The truth i is,
mer wear. Of course Cure to any one suffering from kidney

Roasters of There will be a special meeting of however that
or bladder troubc.! For sale by your :girl" State andCount.yTax
every summer suit Mt: Horeb ,Chapter, No.6, Tuesday I
W. D'Alemberte, druggist and West Florida.McHUCH'SBLENDS. really a boy, for very few Chinese
should have evening, 19th inst at 7:30 p. m. Workin Payers.
an -extra apothecary. R: A... degree. women do any work outside of their

pair of trousers. There's JOHN C. W.. E. ANDERSON, Secretary. own homes. Instead boys, ranging I will commence June 20thto

I { honesty in everythread WITT OUTY.RETURNSTO '.IN HOUSTON, from ten to eighteen ,years, take make up my list for publication

and stitch and the pat- their places and make :simply ideal of all unpaid taxes for

= terns are so varied we I The many frien'aii! In Pensacola of r--ri-: ;odeJ"IRemington servants. They may, be hired for the year 1905 on real estate.
John C. Witt will be pleased to learn have almost nothing,! so that most for.
? can please the'taste of that he has so far recovered his no equal A trial signers have anywhere from six to Pay your taxes at once and

I any man. No matter health; return' to his duties as will convince the connoisseur eight employees about the.: house. I save the cost of advertising
of the Postal
what your size is, or the manager Houston. Texas:. -Telegraph: officein that we One of these is,promoted toe position J, S, ROBERTS,

I: \ size of your pocketbook Mr. Witt's health failed about four make no extravagant --- '. ShoSes of "butler," and he is the only State and County Tax Collector,
" months since, and be'obtained a ]leave one with whom,you have any direct ,
y -ws can fit both of absence and spent some months at claims. EAT WHY OLYMPIC CHAMPIOS. with its new billing attachmentsand dealings. All your orders go.;to him, ,
, equally well. Colorada Springs, receiving much Jumper of the Irish-American Athletic instantly interchangeable carriages which
, benefit therefrom. ,' tabulator and two color certainly simplifies the housekeeping BY
Wholesale flub, made the greatest individual n ril.bel' ribbon movement, is the most com-' for the'mistress. This} butler FREE
! $1.50 $2.00 $2.50 $3.00 and and Retaim !! of MAIL
I f How to Break Up a Cold. counts scoring 12 1-3 points. "plete combined is the- responsible head: of the

Ia IF up to $6.00. It may be 'a surprs! to 'many athletes The bulk of the points was made by Billing andCorrespondence domestic staff.and can be depended
from New York:dty. No less SHORTHAND
I learn that a severe cold can be co GROCERSand upon to.take care everything: and BOOKKEEPING AND
; We've got mighty pletely broken up.In one or two days' > than fifty-four of the total number.sof to get the proper amount of workout to FIVEpersonaineachcount.rd ihialawu dts':
points were won by New-Yorkers.- It instractioa, 'who
I:- good socks here in black, are time.a..Thefirst dry;:loud.symptoms,cough, a of profuse a cold all kinds of Feed'Stuffs. .has been calculated that if James S. machine manufactured. Designed of the other" servants.' Interior' Clip personal and BEND this notice to '

r. tan and in combination watery discharge from the nose anda Mitchell,' the New York Athletic club as it was for fast service, built for Decoration. NYS'fJJl4imMrccIk
j: of colors, at 10, 15 and thin, white coating on the ton,r1 IP. weight man- had not been so badly Injured hard use, recommended by experts ,
When! Chamberlain's ugh ;remedy 1* that he could not i compete the and guaranteed against wear,it is Notice, Joppa Lodge'No. 6, I. 'O. 0. F.
Z h: 25 cents. taken every hour\on the first appe number of points for the Americans offered as the idealTypewriter All members' are espec'ally!! re-
I'o' ance of these symptoms, it countacts Pluto WaterWholesa'ie trould have been still greater.If quested to attend regular meeting; at
the effect of-the cold and resto hall to-nighrat'7:30TTuesday.( 19th
i. the system to a_ healthy condition your stomach troubles you do not for nomination. of:officers. : Montgomery, Atlanta, Raleigh Columbia
i.I within a day or,.-two._ For,!: sale by all conclude that there is no cure, for:a for producing the most good work in HY PLEETWQOD, Shreveport, Dallas or JaCl;
If I! H 0 ANON .drug;:sts. and 'Ref U. great many have been permanentlycured ) the shortest time with the least effort. A. T. COX P. Secretary. : : son, Miss. peqsqqtul .. qVI'CI
,Stomach and I
by Chamberlain's Write today for full description. azodpu 5oatoHieedaanoStno4e&:..;::
} Mt. Horeb Chapter, No.6. Liver Tablets. Try them, they are Local Agents wasted fornnoceapedterrltory CREW NOTICE., ; OU. os. saplaug3'eiona3Ws
There will be a special: ; *2 S Ud Apa3saawg3aba3aapaoullS(1lY;r ( pOt
i CASH CLOTHIER, meeting of ML, Horeb New Orleans Grocery Co certain to prove beneficial. They Neither. the captain' ,own I 'UfikUH UKOM ao pwnoea SlOllttWisnq '.i30I\,1VJ.IC';
I only cost a quarter. Sold by all THE ARITHMOCRAPH CO. ers nor- consignees- the a3uds &mn sue aa3ua:UO VJ1i.t ouam s""aa
Chapter, No. 6. Tuesday druggists. Majestic Bldg., a,18' ;Huttonwood willj be responsible' Iq pa&iopar ssaoons..saealoo'ooo'ooes L I 1V;t : evening, 19th fast at7:30'p. ChicagoJACKSONVILLE. > Gaels si 111 6a iJllOJ ca4a'oaiaeg'gsg8ags
for' ,
If L Corner Pal fOl and Malo.f debts contracted ';) aa T.g
m. Work in R. A. Jas. McHugh;. 'REMEMBER THE ,0. R.; C. PICNIC by the crew of,said vesseL '8upmoo! O '2tIJ..UJ .4iap uy:aauaxl ';)\1.a1.IV' ::
degrees ." 'ON JUNE -28, AND.}Bff PREPARED FLA. .A, )I."WAIT& CaptGULF q} "dq&l Jw""d -Jin 'nKON Q.\.W3 e y
E. 40 cia 1IVJ .A.a cp;64 0,1'8
W. ANDERSON Sec. Phone 105. ProprletoI- TO: ENJOY YOURSELF: Jnl. tt 204,West Bay.Street, TRANSIT CO.,.Consignees. oJ

;':. ,

I iii: .-

.:. '..._ .. .. ..:: i, ..__ -. -' : ,,,"" '. '. \ '.i-:> --i...,> v- i .
.. 'W.-- .... "
\. .. > .S
'\ ,, < ,0. ; ..< ""-.,_ < ."' -:':,..,, : .a&. '
t i
: :! '
r < '< "" '-"-; --<\ : ""' ::<- t f # .. '\ B;;r"-ai*,v:-----: -- ---r,- -'f ':;''':'' ;? _.:.... i: 1.i: .5 < ;'f" ::" FiI ...&- ." ,, ,