The Pensacola journal

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The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title:
Daily journal
Alternate title:
Pensacola news-journal
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
Mayes & Co.
Creation Date:
June 20, 1906
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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In March 1897, the Pensacola Journal was started as a weekly by William Marion Loftin. The Pensacola Journal became a daily in 1898. With competition from other Pensacola papers, the Journal's coverage included a large part of Florida. In 1922, the Pensacola Journal was purchased by John H. Perry, who in 1924 also acquired the newspaper's main rival, the Pensacola Evening News. For the next six decades, the Pensacola Journal continued to appear mornings and the Pensacola News evenings. Both newspapers remained extremely competitive. A combined Sunday edition published as the Pensacola News Journal also became available. A consolidated newspaper, also known as the Pensacola News Journal, began operations on June 3, 1985, and continues to the present. Pensacola is the seat of government for Escambia County, the westernmost city in the westernmost county of Florida. The city sits on Pensacola Bay, connecting to the Gulf of Mexico. Since the early colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was already one of Florida's four largest cities. The big news covered by the local Pensacola press in 1898 was the beginning of the Spanish-American War. The Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them troops under Teddy Roosevelt, who passed through Pensacola on his way to Cuba through Tampa. In the years following the war, the United States secured the peace in the Caribbean through naval patrols and maneuvers based out of Pensacola. In the early part of the 20th century, Pensacola experienced tremendous growth. The population doubled to nearly 23,000 between 1890 and 1910. A new Spanish Renaissance-style city hall was built in 1908. Two years later, the American National Bank building--at 10 stories, Pensacola's first skyscraper-- was completed. The same year marked the construction of the San Carlos Hotel and a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had 21 miles of paved streets, and the first modern hospital opened three years later. In 1916, the city began operating its first motorized fire truck, and by 1924 it had replaced all of its horse-drawn firefighting equipment. The Pensacola Journal covered the cycles of boom and bust that characterized the city in the years that followed, as well as the renewed growth after the Second World War.
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Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1898.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Jew Regulations Will Go Into Effect THm NEGRO[ W AS I # ; : ; .... local Representatives of Big Con I

at New York on.Sat- \ :: -t' _J..' ,. C CANAL'Addie P PACKING H KQU.SEMANA6ER [ terns Talk With Reference to r'

urday Next. .
BENT l N Packing House Products. i :. ,

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\WILL BE DETAINED i sse .Sen ateo., Support of QUICK MOVEMENT HTV -

." 3. that'Type Across Isthmus ._ ..J; ..
OffiBHY'[ $$100100 1 'i!,
Passengers.xNot: of Panama.
(A III I I Havana Im r Of Product is Demanded of the 1 :.

munes, to Be Held. : : : of'

Seen at Residence ors. Kl. A, Committee Reports .faor a 6(son Into the City Treasury Yesterday, Managers.FRESH 'j: ,

NEW REGULATIONS ARE INTENDED Smith, andDid: ( Not Move 'qi'hR't!. : Allowance for President Thus Settling Onp of MEAT NOT HELD TO EXCEED ,:,::'- .

TO KEEP YELLOW FEVER Until Ladies$ Jle1. i i i /f the Cases. i; SEVEN DAYS AFTER BEING ..1,;,

tall negro,- .a ginger !t ; ,.,
AS FEVER MOSQUITOES, ARE was evidently bent ,upon' robbing the z FOR EXECUTIVE'S TRAVELING which have been prominently before i DIFFERENT GRADES OF CANNED /. .-

UNKNOWN THERE.By home of Mrs! M, 'A., at'the car :EXPE.NSES-N'EXT.d WEEK, WILL the public for the past week, came to,! MEATS .REPORTER. INSPECTS ;.'.

ner of Wright and Spring streets, a close yesterday morning, when Manager ., ;
: 'doubt' BE UAiST OF SESSION Arthur "WlDavis, of1' Armour &[i PLANTS. \ .
Sunday night, and would n i
Associated Press > Co., paid over to Marshal! Schad the,I I :'
have made an'attempt but for the fact
New York, June 19Dr. A. H. Doty, that Mrs. and Miss' Smith heard his 1 sum of $100 and costs, the amount of'R :
By'Associated Press the fine assessed against him in the,' "I was rather) amuses! at the let-
health officer for the port of New footsteps the ground and few .r rna
on .
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z A Washington, June .19,-+(Senator Knox municipal court for having tainted. ter of Mayor Bliss in The Journal this ;:

York, said yesterday that the new minutes later saw him ,at'one of the :3 ? addressed the senate to-day supportof and decayed meats in cold storage at.'morning," said i a representative of one

quarantine'regulations affecting Cuban I I windows. The negro did not know the lock tvpe for the Panama canal. the company's plant. : I of the large Chicago packing companies :' :.

ports: will go into effect on Saturdaynext that he had been heard walking in P n t The aricultural bill with the meat I It was thought there was a prob,J i to a Journal representative yes- ; :

and will be enforced to the letter the yard and was gazing through the u amendment' was received from the ability of the cases being carried to a.''terday afternoon, "and especially so :.-.

window with the evident' Intention of ci house and ordered printed ; higher court, but the action of the/,f with reference to that part of It which ': .
Under these regulations all .
pas- sizing the house and beginning .'r',
I up # The conference report on the legislative Armour representative shows that an exploited native beef as against the
sengers on steamships from Havanaand I, operat:ons. appropriation bill was presented -: appeal was not in view. manager J.. Chicago product Why, do you know i:

other Cuban ports must on arrival Just as he reached the window.Miss and adopted. II I I that the government will not aliow r.- .'
I D. Carroll of Swift & Co;, who .was cattle from this section be to'b'
I to sent
produce certificates. showing that. Smith also appeared there: but the T The senate ordered another conference -. also fined $100 on the same charge,' the Chicago market and slaughtered ,

they are immune- from yellow fever.The'r .I negro, seeing that he hid'oee "detect.I : on the naval bill. has not yet settled his fine, but he at this season of the year? It's a fact 1," .'

I ed, boldly stood in his tracks, even -t., signified his Intention to Marshal, and the quarantine is rigidly enforced .

failure to do so will mean that I after the young lady; had ordered him PRESIDENT HALEY OF YALE. In, the House. Schad yesterday of doing- and thus.. "Another thing on which the pub ;
will be held for observation until lie has been misinformed" he contin ,",
they from the premises, and did not make Washington, June 19.-After adopt concluding the case against him.
their departure Atehns Gs. June 19.-The Alumni Society of the University of Georgia ued, "is with reference to the keep 1:1 1.:..
five days have elapsed I any move towards taking his ,departure ing the meat Inspection amendmentthe Arrested. ing qualities pf different
today"selected president Hadley, of Yale as next year's orator. Manager Davis Again : grades 0'; '
from Cuba. until! the young lady called to her house sent the agricultural bill to .. meat-that is, Chicago dressed meat \..
the (Packing
Manager Davis of Armour
I conference. The bill -. and the local
a then passed product When a beef I
"The new regulations are intendedto mother to call Mr. Gonzalez, residing
Company; was again: afrested last is killed in Chicago it is hauled by :
under a suspension of the rules. The up "
keep yellow fever out of qur south near. He then,moved off, 'j jumped- the MASSACRE AT B1ALYSiKr. subsidiary coinage measure! failed tosecul' night by the city authorities, this time. the hind legs and allowed to bleed '
fence and disappeared. I freely while in that position and, as t; ,
ern 'states said Dr. Doty. For in- upon the charge of selling tainted
enough rotes to pass. I soon as it has been dressed and J
It was Just: about 11'o'cloc when I
stance, a person with the fever in h'.J: HATRED meats to Mrs. E. Coulson. jit is under!, quartered it is cooled in cold storage. :1 t1 y,

system may came' from(Havana in three J the negro was discovered'In the yard. NOT DUE TO :RACE President's_ ,Expenses. stood that the meat was ai In this manner all of the animal heat i I i"
days, and If allowed to land, can, by I|'At time CarlCushman was passalong.Y.est Washington, June 19. The house cas of mutton and that 4t was re-I]i removed within a short time after the -;:'
.Ing Wright street, near (.$iping. With the native product the ,:
talon a fast train be in New Orleans turned to the packing hOlISf. This occurred '
I committee on appropriations to-day l'/
= J animal .is knocked in the and

before the expiration of the five-day,approaching the :Smith home a, when fftitgalt he saw The a negro City 'Council. .ec/area:it-:, ,arrovo#e 4 y. .voted a favorable report'. 'on, the billapproprlatiAgr$60460 ,- last Wednesday, acid was the, bled while lying on the floor Head of the ,,
limit Hence < maiPr.oroferedefofe
;'the'necessity. ; ..::.of._keepjhg did know'r : '' ... { ) ;"to"111e'travelingex arrest which the '" slaughter houses and it is impossible .
matt not what .V r--
'had'occurred' *
JaoksonvHfe for beef
all but fmmunes,under observation :.leaving for < .a to be' bled thoroughly
of the: president and hia
for that period.. New York is, of but stoodwhere. ; -0 .he.. was until. then Troops and Police-;Jews are'/. asti y guests.penses ""....' this manner. As a consequence native
course, in no danger, for there are no: gro" passed. :The latter did 'not sea ; beef will spoil at the joints dud

yellow fever mosquitoes here. It 1st :Mr. Cushman until he was within a Barricading Their Homes. Last. Week of.Session. FIRST ACT OF; to extracted the fact immediately that the animal after heat killing in not

different in the South, however. We(!'! few yards of him, and! < when he had Washington, June 19.-The Indications and ft is a fact that anywhere fnm

have got to protect that section of the passed, he redoubed: his speed and \ are that thefcon(erees on the NEW GOVERNORHARRIS eight to ten hours elapse before tha .j,
and that is what the Associated Press. native beef gets into cold storage." "
country exactly was soon lost .to sight 'running: towards ] By outrages. rate bill will not eah an agreement .
new regulation! Is intended to acc:>m- Paafox? street. St Petersburg; June 19dispatch Reports that the Jews and revolu | Disposed of Rapidly.As a
until week which!
I received to-day from a member of the tionists attacked the inhabitants are next will probablybe
gathered from talks with the
pUsh. Mr. Cushman OF OHIO ALL representatives -
upon reaching the corner : SUSPENDS
lower house committee sent to Bialy- false.: the last week of-the session. Only of several of the large Chicago .
learned that the hegro he'had, met stok to investigate the Jewish massa- three amendments are giving trouble, WIOIRK DURING FUNERAL OF packing companies, it is required '

"SQUARE DEAL" had just left the .yard ofMrs! 'smith.! cre there, says- that order was restored JEWS ARE HASTILY., the pipe: line amendment, the -commodity -. that fresh meat be held no longer than r
He obtained a good view of the negro yesterday. BARRICADING HOMES. aD':1endme'niand the amend- PREDECESSOR; seven days after arrival. Every man-
and would recognize him if he saw I Seventy-eight Jews and Christians ment requiring: :days notice to be ager is expected to dispose of stock FOR NEGROES him have been buried, the majority vin'' Bialystok, June 19.-More than one flye i within that time after its arrival and '
again. I been killed with bayonets or rifle bul- hundred btxl'es(;: of Jews were buried given to the commission-before. a hear- By Associated Press: In crater( to do this, managers will

--- lets. The total number of dead. has during the day, but the- presence of ing upon an application for Injunction Cincinnati, June 19.-The first act!. make some concession in prices. For ,
not ;yet been established.The military forces prevented a resume setting aside the orders of the com- instance, if a car load of beef arrived '
ORGANIZATION' FORMED TO AD-' BIG DEAL INTIMBER city council: has unanimously, tion of.the disorders. mission. of Governor Harris who was: elected in the city on last Wednesday it would ; ;
declared the massacre not the resultof The Jews continue in a panic ana Lieutenant Governor as a| republican disposed< of by to-day at the latest.
LANDS race hatred, but due to provocation. are..hastily barricading what is left and who succeeded to th? governorship If the manager found that he had'moreon
RACE. Troops and. police participated in the of their houses. CHARGED WITHDISCRIMINATION on the death of Governor I Patti- hand than he could expect to dispose !-
; of by to-day in the ordinary course of ,
'. proclamation suspending
.. --- son ''Was a trade he would notify the trade that

By Associated: Press. Two Indictments Returned of all work in the state! during the the,I i. had the stock an.ii' was willing to (. V .:
By Associated Press IS.-'W. funeral which will be held Thursllay dispose of it at a slight decrease be- {...
Valdosta, Ga., June S. West
New York, June 19.-Announcement afternoon. The services Rill fce aim low the regular price. The meat W ,
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vas m.Vle to-day of an organization president of the'Georgia'state senate, Against Bill Christmasmurder would not have deteriorated In the t' ,
has just closed a ,deal whereby the By Associated Press. pie. least, but it is the POliCY of the pack ,
as the Committee Improve-
on saw mill at 'A :Yon,.thirty'thousand Bluefields, W Va., June 19.-The : ers to move all products rapidly.
went of the Industrial Condition of the acres of timber in,Marlon:and Sumter Special to The Journal. of Judge Christmas and one i. Powhattan Coal Co., has engaged coun- O'BRIEN OPPOSES With reference to canned meats, '
Xfgro in New York. The hams bacon and other
membership products which
for. the.murder of Mrs. Christmas. to suit aiains
counties and eighteen miles pf tram sel bring j.he Norfolk
includes negro leaders here who are Marianna. Fla., June 19.:Th grand The witnesses have not yet been dis; i under ordinary conditions would last
railway goes to the .McGhee ,Lumber indicetinents & Western Railroad relative to the PILOTACt BILL almost indefinitely! the packing companies I
returned two I
interested in the work for the race in jury has charged. Chistmas was remanded to '
Company, of Ocala; Florida.'Nearly: distribution: in favor of companies I require their managers to dispose -
the south and desire to advance the against W. D. Christmas, one for the Jail without bail. II'
three hundred thousand' dollars is in operating on its lands. I ; I II of all stock within 30 days after
Interest of 70,000 negroes in New I ; its receipt. Stock is not allowed to
York. "A square deal" in getting a Special to The Journal., I. get old, much less to remain long
lvlihood: U a fundamental principle Immense Damage by Fire in GEORGIA( 'MAN'KILLED Washington, D. C. June t9-Mr.: Lit.',:enough to z ofl.

declares the announcement INL fiefield and friends of his 'and the 1'1-1 Clean and Sweet. ;

Louisiana Lumbering Town BY, SON ]lotage bill were active t -day. As At the plant of the Cudahy Packing' ;
I Co., was a car of fresh meat that hat ,
the speaker had placed thisj bill on his
BODY OF LESTEREN & N; WRECK list for recognition the opponents of, been: on hand for a day or so and The ::
Journal representative was invited to
of the Iron :Mountain
Associated, Press lumbers 'part
By By Associated Press the bill were also alert and presented enter the car and look at the meat

ROUTE SOUTHBy New Orleans, June 19.-(Dispatches eighteen railroad's houses trestle, one across hotel Big and Creek forty-, Athens, Ga.; June 19.Sam Gray, considerable opposition tthe, bill j The: temperature of the car was In the
By Associate Press. Pollock La., a lumbering town, neighborhood of 40 degrees, Fahrenheitand
from nine freight cars. The largest loss is aged 47, was.shot and killed by his son Captain' O'Brien led the opposition.
Middlesboro, 'Ky., June 19.A pas I says that fire yesterday did.three. hundred by the Big Creek Lumber Company. John yesterday. Gray is said to have Mr. Littlefield says he will call the bill the meat, which was hanging
Associated Press. senger train and fast freight on the thousand dollars worth of, damOn-.thousand men were thrown outage been advancing on .his wife threatening from the roof, was dry and firm. There
up again to-morrow. was not the slightest evidence of uu-
Washington June .-The body o: L. & N. collided "here this afternoon, : ,. destroying twelve million feet of of employment_ to kill her. cleanliness! and the odor In the car

Representative Lester, of Georgia, seriously injuring nine persons ..- INVESTIGATIONIS was simply that of fresh meat. There

\ho died Saturday as the result of a CLUBS RUBBER BALL Turnkey Served.FriendsWith'Frank Kramer.Gumbo.and John was not the slightest odor indicatingthat
NEXT GOVERNMENT THE 0.0.ELECTOM9CIS. P. mou'td.had formed in any of the
Jail, left here this afternoon and ,will! Milford gave the police station em- IS RESUMED beef. The gentleman in charge stated
arrive in Savannah to-morrow morn- COTTON ployees; and a number!' of their friends that as long as the meat was kept re-
'- :-- USED IN GAMEBy an agreeable surprise last night, whea .
ing. It was accompanied by his fam- frigerated it would keep indefinitely, ,
By-Associated Press they served them with some excellent i but that if it was exposed to the humid
1y aaa committees of the senate and New Orleans, June J9,;Victor H. chicken gumbo., The _treat was greatly By Associated Press I i atmosphere it woud'! soon begin to
house. appreciated by'those who had -ie 19.The! Inter- evidence -
Washington June sweat This, however, was no
Olmstead, chief' of the bureau 'of statistics Associated Press. Associated Press.
By fortune be ,
good .present state Commerce Commi3s! to-daY wired;Beciefiry'Hester Philadelphia, June 19.-Reaffirming Montgomery, Ala., June 19.-Presi sumed its investigation into .the ques-: simply a condition caused by the humidity
L 4 SAMPLE OF NEW that the next government report on allegiance to principles of.the:Jepub* dent.. of the Montgomery ball Boy Returned Home. tion of ownership by railroad .companies -- ; I

cotton would'tie Usned July 3, lican'.party and condemning combinations club, has received a letter from Man Len Antoine, the ',fourtcen" -year-old, and employees of coal and oil; At the local plant of the NationalPacking i
son of Henry Antoine, who it was witnesses examined were I which handles nothingbut
stockS: Co.,
YORK "JUSTICE"By "of trade, the Na- ager Mullaney saying that the ball
in feared had been droned:. has returned Secretary Chase and President Ber-': prspared meats, the manager Invited
NORWEGIAN.KING tional League of Republican Clubs today used in the New ,Orleans game on to his &net "The boy had been wind of the.-Berwind White' Coal Co... the reporter to accompany him

\\i QUEEN. A* TROMDHJEM"i I adjourned. General E. A/McAl. : June.,10 was found'!' to made practically fishing witbiome. friends as nrmy ex: I "_ all over the place. One room was devoted

Associated Press. '- pin, of ,New York; was elected president of r bber. Tht matter will be laid pected. L- .- '-r TUG AND HER TOWDELAYED ;; entirely to salt sides and bacon.
New By Associated' Press H. H. Meyer, Little Rock: vice I before the president of the Southern "'J It t IN O P 1tTING. The air in the room was sweet and
York Returns.
June 19.-Freedom for Phil Sanchez ----:.. ,, .:there was not the least evidence of
Henry Hirschman, who pleaded guilty Trondhjenv. June .IS.- -Kind Haakon president, Chauncey Dewey, .o1 Ohio,I ie .gue.-. Phil Sanchez who has been playas The tug John L. Tfcigti3! Captain uncleanliness. This firm handles all

to sellin'g: one hundred thousand dollars and Queen Maud landed here this secretary. short stop on the Gulfport learn several of the Olsen, which put into port Monday kinds of canned meats etc., and the

worth of merchandise not his evening. Their:"reception was enthu- COMMISSIONER. HARRIS Cotton States League for wherehe with barge No. 13 in towj which was manager, in answer to queries regard-
has'returned totne ,
HOUSE OF LORDS PASSED weeks that proi'Uct: had the following to
with of 250 tons
and six years in prison for John Clark, siastic.. MARRIAG'E' BILL: will remain. loaded a cargo ]
who stole COLONIAL ,- coal, did not depart yest 'day-mornIng say:

result of two twenty-five trials to-day.cents f was the PORT. A ARTHUR .TEXAS. -, I IS By Associated- Press.- .. By Associated Press SULTAN WILL ALGECIRAS ACCEPT, TREATYBy The for strong Port Inglis southwest as expected.winds which'i j! "In the Canned canned Meat meat, the

It is alleged that Hirschman, with ,NOW'A PORT, '.OF, ENTRY London, June .-The colonial'mar; Washington, June 19Dr. W. T. have prevailed during the past few same as in other lines of trade, there
high credit rating: secured' goods on .'----r-:" riage bill passed the house of lords on Harris; commissioner of education Associated Press. days have caused a choppy sea ba the are different grades of goods. Now

credit, sold-them at forced 'sale and #, By Associated Pre*'.' 3 1a third reading to-day without com-' bis' .te dered his resignation to the Tangier, .lune 19.-The;Sultan has gulf and the.master of the! tug deemel for instance, here Is a grade of roastteef r.
Bailed for' He /Washington; -\-pune JDi-The presI- ment. The toil! provides :for legal za- president The latter to-day appointed the. Algebras treaty to his It best to remain in port until this that ws sell to the jobbers at
Europe. pleaded presented
guilty signed the bill I tion in the United Kingdom';: of mar- would
dent thisafternoon'1 to if the> weather
considered mornig see
to-day and promised. restitution..Clark making Port Arthur, Texas:* 'port of riage with a deceased wife's": .sister Df: Elmer: E. Brown of the Univer- ministers.. Its .acceptance -! show signs of clearing. (Continued on Page EJPt1.

stale twenty-five cents from a barber.' entry. '. -- anywhere in the British possession: sity..otiCaliforaIa: his successor. certain. .

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: Married. :many Every shapely of woman, pretty them. deplore.figure coveti t.S, and the';;'.a THE PENSACOLI[ l IN.AiI J.. : l LOTTERY[ Y C CASES[ OWES. ; :'. LIF i.. TO DOPFY'S

loss of
their. girlish forms PURE

'w omen children after, marriage.often, The destructive bearing DISTRICT m I... .51 H HEARD[ R IN 'U1 MALT- WHISKEY

to the "mother's shapeliness. At 71 Years of Age, Vigorous and Strong, Mr.\ Philip

However f All of this can be avoided, Zimmer of Keuka N. Y. Writes He Owes
by the use of Mother's Friend before baby comes as this'great

iini ment always prepares; the body.for the strain upon, it, and BOOMING.Businesr r AMOLEK 1 5 C T to Duffy's Pure Malt .

preserves the Of her form. Mother's COURT
symmetry Friend overcomes all the I A4JflOW w'CIJPECS fir. Zlmmer
dager.o.f given
child-birth, and carries the mother up to
this critic expectant safely through SKtilXt COASTER SIZES _. :
.Thousands al period without pain. It is woman's greatest blessing. 15 CENTS EACH ; 8 FOR It CENTS > by family friends, and
cm err, PCABODY 4 CO.
use of this gratefully tell of the benefit and reli f derived-fom the VUtM OT CIVCTT.>IS HMMCN tmtTI mt :;;c :.)'h::: dx:::::.:',::;t:::::;: : :: :::;:::::::::: his days.numbered, when he bef .

remedy wonderful f Port Exceptionally. M. L. Roch Waived Examination gan to use Duffy's Malt Whbkey.

druggists Sold; by aU Good and is and I I f _. He deems i it his duty to publish

at $1.00 per Mother City BeingRevolutionized Will Be Tried. .in New Orleans ,I rl, J.:':"': .......l'. ...t
bo.ttle. Oar B THE : :>>_ : :: ::::: : his remarkable cure to the
little world

book thiS ,I1ntm eh! ng all about HOY. 19-Leyy Dis- !:*: :: ;11 rl:lJt{ He says: ,

ent, will b, tent free. 8104of :1*:*: :::::; '1;:' :' : : ::;: "I am In my 71st year and am hale atd

Hi Bradflel F'I'II1dsUccIEssIUL The Gulf Coast Record, relative charged. @'.: ."f ::' ".'":' "::: h f '* ,,....K.. hearty. Some ten years ago, when mnime

d R8fltf| Ca., Atutl, 8a. says ,..::;.:.:.:':.'.''-",.::":::':'.y." :.M'...:.:..:..... ." :.U:;.,-'..:':::::.:, lung trouble threatened to overcome Oe
to the Pensacola district: :)::::::: :: ::;:j.{:: .... .:::::::::::::::.:i.mT family felt I that my days were '
The "deep water" question now agitating today is exemplifiedin The cases of'M.. L. Roch .and Sol H Hrti. "':"'::::::::M V\',1 1"" ..}Wt M bered. I began to use Duffy's Pure mint Ma'j:

the several Gulf ports, Is of little the Qualities of the Levy, charged with a violation of the 4-;,;:::::: ::,,,:: : :.: ..":::..:, :: ::: .:: :; : :: Whiskey according to directions and

BIDDER FOR moment here, where in the 'begin Headache Remedy.BROMOVIN. lottery laws, were heard by Commissioner -I If4t X"f'X ," 1 one went year through I was a completely course of 15

ning of time, Nature attended to this Marsh yesterday. Levy was,, :t'*. "I consider It the duty of a suff. >.

little matter to the best possible ad- discharged! as there was no evidence I'( t.:5,.:.$.::.;:. :":'" z...).... ...'... ".:if-....::.:.<::... J .W. :.:., who has been cured by DuffS .P..
SEWERAGE SYSTEM HERE! vantage. Tonnage seems naturally to uponwhich he could be held, lha impression -!, :Y *.r' .ft-:i:t'*: Malt Whiskey to publish the fact to, ILl

: drift into this magnificent haven. TQ; Quick, Certain, Agree- prevailing that he was not world.-Phllip 19, 1S05- Zlmmer. Keuka, x. y.,
dIn! the midst of summerdullness, the Levy contemplated in the indict-j
already made the work must be com. able and Harmless.For ment recently returned by federal;r Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey 13 an absolutely pure, gentle and invigor-- .'
find 18.040 20- a |
of steam and :
we tons stimulant and builds up the tissues, tones the heart, :
tonic nerve up .
givv .
from -
R. C. Storrie. of New Orleans, pleted within four hundred days 093 tons of sail a total of 38,133 tons. Sale by grand Jury in New Orleans. In the to the brain, strength and elasticity to the: muscles and richness to im '.
its commencement, and all time consumed Over 6,000,000 feet lumber and .timber case of Mr. Roch examination was:I It brings into action all the:vital forces; it makes digestion perfect, and <" .' _.
Consulted With Members of in excess-of that must be paid in White's Pharmacy you to get from the food you eat all the nourishment it contains. it is inv-'J _
for by the contractor at the rate of' cleared one day last weak. Not waived! and he was held for trial atj for overworked men, delicate, women and sickly children. It strengthens aoo .. ..
only in shipping circles is activity to tains the system; is a promoter of good health and longevity; makes the old -.
New h
Orleans, Nov; 19.Seamen's .
25.00 per day, while the city is to PALAPOX STREET. and keeps the *
Board of Bond Trustees. be noted. The city is being revolutlonizi' -, young strong.SoIdbyaIIdruggIstSandgvcCerS
pay a like "amount'for -each day less Manufactured direct, In sealed bottle 8111 .
; : and all traces of the interest: by or ,..never in bulk, 'Ptke
$1.00. See that the over the cork is unbroken cad look for the
consumed in the work. strap Old Chemist" tr'de.
The construction of the storm and I' ing "old" Pensacola are rapidly being G. VAN ANTWERP & SON, Case. To-day. mark on the label. Refuse substitutes as they are pofittTely Injurious to the bealib e
eliminated. Sky scrapers are springing Mobile, Ala. The case of several seamen against::j! let and medical advice free. Iuffy Malt Whiskey Co.,RlKhcitcr,1( Y.
eVER THE CONTRACT FOR THE sanitary sewerage system of the city i '
I up, evidencing a modern city, tout most
is an immense.u dert king, and it is' important is the contract just closed the master and owners of the Amerii THE LEWIS BEAR COMPANY, Distributers.
WORK. CONTEMPLATED UN- desired to get the work under'way at I can schooner Elizabeth i
T. for
with a New Orleans firm for the con Doyle: ,
OERSTOOD THAT MATTERS, an early date andfor this reason it is I struction of 9 miles of storm and sanitary BETTER SERVICE wages alleged'to be due, will be calledin .
of the
that meeting

-.- WERE SATISFACTORILY AR.RANGED council possible Trustees may are ready be a special held to when report the upon Bon the of regard the sewers mills the outlook are at a busy cost with and of serenity.$309,640.the shippers Rio All I, APPRECIATEDPATRONS the this United morning.States Commissioner'scourt Neath the Shade of the Old Apple Tree"is

, deals are soaring in this market.
!' HAS NOT YET BEEN SIGNED. Sales .are readily made at $27.50 one Seamen. Held For Embezzlement. all right, but is takes an Electric Fan for comfort
: THERE ARE FEW third 30 feet and while South Charles Watkins and Sidney Blackman ,
OF THE; BAY SHORELINE Electric Work and Supplies of all kinds
members of the crew of the
people who know how to take care of American Is booked $1.00 higher. The
themselves-the majority do not W. S. Keyser Co. has about 5.000,000 i PRAISE .EXTRA SERVICE --- coast steamer Tarpon, who were arrested

; R. C. Storrie, of New Orleans, IWho The liver is a most important organ I feet bookea'!( ome of this being recent upon the charge of embezzling PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPAY
bid for constructing the storm and in the body. Herbine will keep it in sales at $23. Buyers are now bookipg BY TERMINAL six pairs of shoes each, were given a

T sanitary sewerage system of the city condition. V. C. SImpklns, ALta, timber fbr February shipment Sawn preliminary examination before Com Phone 570.
;was accepted at the meeting of the, Texas, writes: "I have used Her timber is weak and the market Is 25 COMPANY. missioner Marsh yesterday and heM

city'council last Wednesday night bine for Chills and Fever and find it to 26 cents with a ddwnward tenden to the next term of the United States -

spent all of Monday and a portion of the best medicine I ever used. I cy. What this may lead to -rests entirely : The improved street car service: cour tfor trial.

Monday night in tha city consulting would not be without it. It is as in the hands of the manufacturer. Which wag given the patrons of tbbay I -

.with the members of the Board of r good for children as it is for grown The 'Florida &, Alabama .Land Co. shore Hne-yesterday! was greatly I Before Judge Nichelsen.

fond Trustees. up people and I recommend It. It (W. B. Wright, Prest.) i is! running reg appreciated, and there was nothing; Judge Nichelson haa: three cases be- Two Million Hard Burned
The visit of Mr. Storrie was in re- is fine for La Grippe." Sold by all ularly at very satisfactory prices. tut commendation and praise for the' fore bim in the justice of the peace:

'gand' to the contract, which be druggists. Here the :yearly cut is contracted and I r.ew "management which had quicklygrasped : ;|: court yesterday for preliminary trial. .
signed between the city and himself., fluctuations in the market are of no the necessity for additional t] Mary Montgomery and George Limi- Brick

.:A great deal of care is exercised in I ESCAPED CONVICT ,. CAUGHT moment. All of the mills in the 'Dia 1. cars on the line ana: had furnished' say, both colored were held to the

"! :.the drawing and formulation of such YESTEIR'DAY' BY THE POLICE trict are busy and all report very sat them without 'del y. criminal .court upon the charge of
a document and Mr. Storrie and the I FOR QUICK DELIVERY AT $8.00 A
business. 'Stocks The halfSour"service
. I isfactory as a whole over the bay: open profanity. Alice Lindsay, colored
..;: f ;Bond Trustees spent -the entire day Mark Malachi..who. was sent to-the are"about: 50 per cent 'below normal; shore line began at 3 o'clock in the afternoon r-" tried upon the same charge, was; THOUSAND F. O. B. THE KILN. '
. going over the various clauses, and county convict camp recently to serve The Southern'Statas Lumber Co.:;wltn and continued until 8 at n1gh;,1 discharged.
/ailing to complete the work they held I mills at Milview and ; Fla and all I _
Muscogee and
I. a short"sentence was captured in the ::, cars coming to departing
;SJi!* another meeting Monday night and I city yesterday. by the police and' report excellent_ business\ at satisfactory from the city e'-wellll.lled. Jorde's Court Saunders Mill Company
f ; I '
;pent until 10:30 going over the nutier.
prices and similar conditions The ad4Uionafij.n minutes .allowedia ,
., : placed in jail. He had In some man are JOOcordeil IJiBey.dispos&rdf; : twenty
reported from the l AgerSullivan Lum L- the schedule on tie 2 o'clock downward one cases innle
Mr. Storrie's contract calls for the, ner made his escape from the county i-?! municipal court. yes- Phone 717. 21 Cast Garden Street
bet Co., Century, (Ra. The thosewho :
guards at' the camp and immediately; numerou33m run, was Appreciated by terday morning. Three cases weree'continuedone1
expenditure of |3&9, 40.60 the city, .
; by made his way' to the city. ll mills in this section' do not af.feet are compelled to return to th bond ordered forfeited, -
:t.. 'an.&! every care is being exercised in He will be turned over to the road the market to any extent. This city before 3 o'clock, and who tfepart and the remaining seventeen .defendants -
; drawing up the paper which will 'bind'both I superntendent -to-day and will betaken enitre section 1 is sharing in the development I. at 2 o'clock forjuncheon.! ( found guilty. Fines imposea'amounted

=z parties. Mr. Storrie's bid was back to swerve his now sweeping1 over the Gulf The company( now handling .a to $103. !need have no terrors for you
:not the lowest presented the council:I States and the development here Idue a th'.s! WASH DAY
large number ofj passengers over .1 if
.by' several thousand dollars, but he .-' ;. :!' :. ; in a large 'me&S. re to the' excellent I- line each day, jas.tne summer homesM I *.' t<'DON'T! 'f P you send your washing to
, considered the best bidder, was .A HAPPY MOTHER i .. ,
was '
service,afforded by the Louisville i The New Method
cottages"on shore -
. fliejbay) have all! Boo't: let your child? suffer with Laundry,
;ircommended' the Bond Trustees thather baby is properly
by will
see :y. & Nashyllle Railroad. A feature filled with' IPensacolians' PHONE use
: up who wi 1 11. that cough when tOll' cthxeure it with E.W. LAWRENCE. Prop. No.8 WEST ROIAUf
. : and was awarded the contract. cared for..t do ihls"a;. good purgative throughout this section is the number, spend the,summer' there. Ballard's H 'rehound Syrup .
.. It is I was understood signed everything that while was no about contract from is necessary.worms and Many their babies mothers suffer .I: of full thriving capacity brick and supplying yards, all the running enormous N6TICE.- cure for Coughs Bronchitis, Influenza sure- ............. ..+r+*f+." ............................... ........-......-...- Iti--. .....-..............--&..&-- .

arranged satisfactorily, and that th? doa't- know it-if your baby is feverish : : local < Croup and Pulmonary Diseases.
demand. During absence from
Bond will : my the city; Buy a bottle and try it. JUST RECEIVED, ONE SOLID CARLOAD OF WINDOW
Trustees the and GLASS
present con! doesn't 'sleep at nights it I la: ,
L. O. Kauffmann will have of ;
4, tract for approval at the next regulqf"i' troubled with worms. White's: Mt. Horeb Chapter\ No. 6.1'here my office and attend to my business. I writes B. B.: Laughter two, children Byhalia,who Miss hadcroup. ,, ONE SOLID CARLOAD OF CARY'S MAGNESIA ROOFING, 2000
meeting of the council, if not sooner, Cream Yermifuge will clean > "Ifray ,
; out will be a &P clai meeting of 2ftjune4t( TTipS. PEBL'EY.REMEMBER I'-tred
: &s it is possible a special meeting may these worms '-n a mild pleasant way.Once I \tt. Horeb Chapter, "No.6, Tuesday many different reme- WHITE CEDAR PO TS. EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEBUILDING.
I dies, but I must
1' bo called to take up this important tried always >used. Give it a inst. at 7:30 say your Horehound
evening, p. m. Workin THE 0. R. C. PICNI Syrup is the best
., jnatter. trial. Price 25 cents. Sold by all R. A. degree. ON JUNE 28, AND BE PREPARED: Cough medicine I ever used.Croup" Sold and' Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO-
Under the terms of the agreement! druggists. I
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17 (i. r.T was Caston who furnished the stead of seeking other quarters. "Be off with you," said Willington, him to hurry her dissapeared behind They waited an hour for you." lever. 'j" -
I t, accepted if not the correct so- With his usual thoughtfulness for good naturedly. "I have kept out a a desk, reapearing with a printed "What time Is it?" he gasped. The "Might ton his tickets and mom-.. u"i!: *;.!
as for
hang '
a sheep '
as instructions
those about him, Willlngton had as to -what to ", ;
q: lutlon of the problem, at least pro- quarter. slip. "
__ Druggist turned to where the clock a lamb
"I don't think
vided all of the servants with seats packed him off in a cab whi> j": '
/,-, so far as the club was consern"You've Nichols departed and Willington "This showed half after "What is the that
.ed. at the church, and most of them left watch was stolen from William one. chap can atch us. It is only a down to wait until a horn-: .
as soon as the breakfast things were went downstairs to wait for his bet Willington,'' began the pawn- house number?" mile more' I'll get you down there should come.
heard of the hen that
man. It was weary work waiting and broker. "Where did get It?" Wellington it and then he can dp what he likes."
' wasted two weeks on a door knob be- cleared up. Only Nichols, his valet, the time you gave and again the Twenty minutes later, Wilii-j.:': "
: seemed to drag interminably.At "I Mr. druggist telephoned. "A Mr. Lons- At one.'or two corners police .
(cause she had the maternal instinct?" last he am Willington, was the impatient ran drove up to the Kingsland b< *
glanced at the clock. It "
demanded. response. "I got the watch. dale says he's coming right up, he amid many explanations i<
( e' was 11:30. The wedding was at 12. back last week":" announced. "He says you're to wait stand before the clerg 'maD. ..1
J "What's that got to do with Mar- Lonsdale should be here soon. for him."
1 sume that have the !Ii i n '
suppose you can prove identity? you
Horie KlngBland? demanded Tuttle
''who Even while he mused the bell rang was the uncompromising, suggestion. He gave Willlngton the morning said the latter.Willington's.
: waa not quick of thought and he
;, I ran to open the door. Insteadof With a gasp Willington realized, paper and went on about his busi- face fell as he : '
"She has the maternal instinct," the expected visitor there stood a that he had not a thing by which he ness. Some of those who had actedas from his pockets the railroad tithe I'

I explained Caston, "and Willie Willis messenger with a telegram. "Twentyfive could Identity himself. There was Willington's escort made small drawing-room reservation ... .
.the most helpless idiot she find. cents," he demanded .
can sharply and not a scrap of paper in his pockets, purchases as an excuse for remainingand some money. "I guess Lon?-::
He appeals to her because she is lorry It mechanically. Wllllngton handed not even a visiting card. eyeing him with curious glances got that," he stammered.
for him." over the quarter and opened the en- The but mo; of the crowd had faded "You know under the law I < -' .
J pawnbroker was calling up the
'She is welcome to my share," velope. police department. Willlngton knew away, when Lonsdale in a big touring not marry you until I have sef-r:

;Declared Tuttlo. "I had Willie,wJth I "Delayed by wreck," the message that there would be a lengthy delay car dashed up to the place."I license. Where can you reach!
SIne In London once. He lost his ran, "impossible to reach town before Lonsdale
t and bolted out of the shop. There have been all over the place :
book and found it out when S 11:30.: For h aven.s sake v Willington the number
I Ipocket remember was no hope for him now. He must after you, he exclaimed. "I got to gave o:
I the cab drove up in front of the hotel that you are to be marriedat walk the three miles to the church.He the church just at noon. You were precinct and they called up th-

and lo had to pay.. tie spent seven noon at St. Thomas's. Will see set off down the street 'at a not there,' we could not get the house lice station only to learn that I '

hours .and 14 shillings chasing mI you there." rapid pace turning the corner before through the 'phone. Nichols was dale had started for the station

"I Instead ot going into the lobby to Willlngton laughed. How like the surprised pawnbroker could come certain that you had money to comedowntown Then Marjorie came for* -

I I{ borrow the fare from the clerk. Lonsdale. to remind him that he was to the door. A light drisle had set in w\th so we raced up there "Why cannot we drive over to .-
For all that Marjorie Klngsltnd to be married. Just'as if that and Willington had no umbrella,but to find you. gone. I drove back along station?" she suggested. "We can L<".

:was join to mary William W llUnaton. thought had 'not engrossedJils mind he did not notice the rain the only the street trying to get a trace of L the license, catch the train an i -

fauilllarlr called Willie Will, since he .had rls 'n. thought was that he was going to be you and' then I went to the house." 'ITAOBIE. will be all right."

singularly attractive personality, the He would h \'e'to go down to the late for his own wedding.So "I don't suppose that there Is any Willlngton flashed R gratPiiiglance :

'kind ''a good man likes a bad man church alone. It was so late It wouldbe intent was he on this that he use of ray going there now" he said at her. "You are still willinj:

borrows money from and all the well to. take'.a car. He was glad never noticed a wagon coming down gloomingly. "After this exhibitionI to have me?" he asked, "after aIL '\\If!

women trust. that he had held that'quarter.: the street until the driver pulled his don't blame Marjorie for sending trouble I have given you?"

She had heard stories by the score In a flash he remembered that the horse on its haunches directly in me,away." A. llttlo pressure of her hand *i

(of the odd scrapes his absent-minded- quarter had been paid;to"the boy.: He front of the engrossed man. "It's 'all my fauft," lamented Lens- the answer and there was: a h'i *

ness had got him into but more than darted upstairs and wildly searched The shaft grazed the temple, making dale. "I might have known that as they moved toward the cabs.

that to hu was the man's cleanlinessof through the pockets of his other a nasty cut, and a sympathetic. something would happen if I left you They had driven only half w-i ''

,mind and nature, and greatly to clothes. Not'a.cent .ccu1d.he find. crowd escorted Willington to the alone for a minute. As it was i the station when they saw Lou? .

the surprise of all the wedding day He 'remembered that Lonsdale was nearest drug store, where plaster anda hired an outomobile and got here out in to the middle of the street in a honsom driving toward '1 p.,'

''had been ..satMindful s'WILLIE to have drawn from the sponge soon remedied matters, but ahead of the train. Miss Kingsland wildly waving .their_arms, but eaci "I Just remembered tha Inf., '
of his weakness. Willington bank. He had given him a check.the ,not until precious 'moments had been* does want you. She is waiting at the time'Lonsdalo evaded them and: Wil I he shouted as he came *: !' -.,"

had gone to Jack Lonsdale for A MOST HELPLESS IDIOT.: day before. ,* delayed. house with the minister. If we hurry llngton lau ed-rtth- glee-as: he saw them. "Did you get along wv; : .u"I'

{I his best man.Lonsdale He could get some money at: the I "I havn't any money," stammered I "up you can still catch the train 'that the mounted"man. was not gain- "We were coming after ,.o--i, .
I corner, the grocery.'man knew him. Willlngton. "You see I am on ..myway and! start your honeymoon right." ing on them. lington shouted back. "Coiu "
was the exact antithesis remained, ands soon as the tie had That would be He : The driver turned his Ii. ; ;if ;
easy caught"up to my wedding and I gave : It took only a moment to pay the Then there
of' Willlngton-"a walking memoranda been tied correctly and his coat adJusted his hat and -downstairs.-.- Care- last coin to a telegraph boyandOJ druggist for his trouble and, faelicg came a .pop a tired I and Joined the rear of ths i>:")r" "": '.
sigh and half
pad with a card catalog index"Caston to a nicety Willlngton bade' fully he made sure that the door was very much like a small child Willlngtoa -' machine \ .a.:block further, the I At the station they: 'learned ':.*-*
called him-and turn- ,Fame .to a hault with Lons .'
baring him was 15 the -r
Borne minutes bciorc
go. and
fast with
a springy> step, strode "What time were you to be mIr followed Lonsdale Into: the I. dale using'
|led the responsibility over to Lonei "Hadn't :I better wait until Mr. toward the corner..' 'riedV' asked the druggist"At auto. in language excusable only left and that the cars wer'; !
i dale, Willlngton forgot everything Lonsdale comes" was the With an automobilist. They trooped through to tt<> -'*'
respectful sinking heart he noticed I 12, stammered Willington. "We'll have to make it rather Their ;
: except that in due course he should suggestion. that the door' pursuer was upon them in room Lonsdale had engaged an. :
was iosed"andor
; the "You'd better telephone your fine, shouted Lonsdale as he worked instant
: an Lonsdale
\dead to the alter the whom had sought to explain the bustle '
he "Nonsense
girl snorted Willlngton. of the depar.-
glass was a notice announcing 'the friends to come and fit} you. he sug. over the: levers. WIt will be a close but thejoth insisted .
worshiped in his silent for You ahead.' Mr.- Lonsdale er: that both clergyman read in short flO '
way years. go 'will be there was death-in-the family. gested. "That blow stems to have shave at best"
of his captives:
He woke'on his wedding morn with l.ere directly: Here," he added, as he' With a sigh WUlfngton"turned back shaken you pretty wll up. You "As long as we do it," laughed' the police station accqmpany, and 'hint, to words that made them one. fh ',.

a silent prayer of gratitude. Unlike thrust his hand into his pocket. "take to the house only to remember that know their number!" Willlngton, his spirits rising. "Sup. until an empty'rt could etood be" there as the party descended th' w.! p, '

'most single men, Willlngton had refused this to telebratHe (\."- he had left .his- keys In .his other "They'Jl all be at the church, St.Thomas' pose we get run In for speeding." : into service to towthem.At pressed whistle sounded and the! rram p .-

: { to close the homestead when handed Nichols a handful of Clothes. ," explained Willington. As if it had been a signal, a motorcycle i the ,.station the out.The :
hit mother had died, but had turned loose change. The man paused for The pawnbroker raised his eyes as The druggist'vent to the 'phon shot out from the curb while: Willingstoa'. eooii-.sergeant let new Mrs. Will'ngton i'- \.
he :
the management over to an old housekeeper an Instant.uHadn't you better keep' a demand for a dollar'on the handsome "They've gone to the house to see if the:shrill note of the police-whistle Lonsdale's .aa 'had'heard her head upon her h'usbaiid's -.:, "
> and had lived on in comfort a little change he asked. "You timepiece explanation, but der. "Will," she sod. "10 :Y" 'e-
was made '
and aa Wil"ngton you show up, he said presently. The sounded. Lonsdale cast a glance over held the.other for balL '
-to which he had been accustomed may need it for something." chaffing at the sexton L1 and member that old yia? 'A >1/1 i -eo>
h delay; urged. sajrs thai there was aa! awfml his-shoulder threw over another Lonsdala turned! over to Williu "
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4 It When means carried Health-Insurance.In,your vest "pocket I Uf SLAUGHTER T[ i iI I

It contains Six Candy Tablets of pleasant
taste, almost as pleasant! as Chocolate. 1 ((8 ALL THIS WEEK. '

HERE[ [ Each tablet is a working doss of Cas- I I HOUSEYARD U [ f I :

carets, which acts -like Exercise on the {j We will offer our entire stock of White Canvas Oxford f jSfppers'and ""
Bowels and Liver.

It will not purge, sicken, nor upset the I \ | Shoes in both Men's, Women's and Children's PJ
Boy Who Made His Escape from stomach.Because it is not a "Bile-driver," like Prominent Merchant Tells of State !ru i j at the following reduced prices: N :

ON THE FACE Parish ,Prison in ,Hew Orleans, Aperient Salts, Sodium Waters.Calomel,"Jalap Senna,',*nor j 1 in Which'Mound Premises .

Is Under Arrest t Neither 1 is it like Castor Oil, Glycerine,, Near Pensacola. 1! _
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OF IT I or other Oily Laxatives sfmply lubricate !'[tg $1.00 Slippers!, for i__________u__ -..__v-.t-: '________________69cfO A"t \
Everitt Cooper, a, young 'white man the Intestines for.transit of the food stopped "That,article InTlfe Journal of Sun-! "., :
1 l't stands to reason the Hat is who swell- "known; In Pj n6acola, up in them at that particular'time. I day,_relative to the,..necessity; of in1 -' $ Oxfords and Slippers,! : for ____'1________::: ________---93c $ r-
features of where he ''resided for a number of; I vestigating conditions in all the $
the strong a Man's # ]
I years wa?._captured; last night _byl! smaller'slaughter": uses throughout .U 2.00 Oxfords and Slippers, for r.-i.: : ----------._---$1.69 :
appearance. Marshal gcaai: 'about, '10:30: o'clock.' The chief cause of, Constipation and the country, was timely," said a prom-1 J
4 Cooper wits' sealedon'. the customhouse Indigestion is a weakness, of the Muscles :neat merchant to a Journal representative y $2.50 Oxfords and Slippers, fprll..:..!_______;._-_____-_$1.97 }g }

Don't be mean with.your M1 face. curb. stone when taken into, that contract the Intestines and Bowels.I .yesterday. I
custody, and ,although the papers in "I out driving a couple of weeks J LADIES' ;- 8.50
We have such a variety of Cascarets are,pra tIc ny,to'the Bowel was 8 I v : r',
New Orleans, ,where he. Is wanted, Muscles ado he contined, "and happened to : m -!'
what and '
Hats *'e know, we can find"ashape have branded him' as1 desperate, he a-Massage, Cold Bath be in a section' a .few miles from_ thU S '-: N'-
made no' resistance: whatever when are to the Athletic seles. city where ,a slaughter: house was lo $/. Oxfords, Leather Heels, for.....____ -______-___$1.27 ,
that'wlll Improve your the marshal;placed him, under< arrest They stimulate' the Bowel,Muscles to, cated. We sere Ito leeward of the J tU : fU "
j $1.75 Oxfords and Gibson Ties for __ ..______.__ $1.39 '
and walked ,quietly 'along to the city contract expand-and 'squeeze thfrDige : place when I first noticed a horrible ru ; ":-_-- ;---- ru

head. jail advices where from he New will held awaiting\ : tive Juices out.of food, eaten.- i stench me, and what I it'asked was. He a said gentlemanwith there m $2.00 Oxfords and Ribbon Ties!, for____________ ________$L69 ro{j
Straw Hats, $1 to $4. Cascarets do this withou
naturally t
Cooper, it will be remembered, was purging or discomfort. was a slaughter house in the vicinity, 8 $2.5O Oxfords, in Blucher end Plain____________________$2.19 ftj :
Felt Hats, $2 to $5.'White sent from Pensacola several years I and, after we had talked! a little relative I

ago, together with two or three other I' They don't help the Bowels and Liver In to the conditions in the Chicago, | $2.50 Gibson Ties__________________________________ ______..$2.19 [jj jjfy :
boys, to the 'Florida reform school"at such a way as to make them i lean upon. packing houses, ,he volunteered tOI I
:Marianna, where he remained fort similar assistance for the future. show us something a little ( $1.50 Outing Oxfords, Para Rubber Soes$1.27MEN'S $
about a year, when he took French; 1 home. We got to windward of the
This is why with Cascarets, the dos
leave of that institution and was not! place and drove up to-within, possibly, '
again heard of for 'several months,' may be lessened' each. succeeding! tim, two hundred'feef i iI 1 |
when he turned ''up In.New Orleans. i Instead of increased; as-it-must be with all I "The yard was'littered with offal of -

WTHIESDl He had been employed in the Crescent other Cathartics and Laxatives.. 'I! every description, that was festering JH $1.50 Outing Oxfords, Rubber Soles____________:__________95c SJjy -
City for some time when arrested I *: in the sun, giving: out a horrible

upon some' serious charge and sent to: Cascarets act like exercise. i''smell Tn the yard, were fully twenty i[ i j $2.00 White and Grey Canvas Shoes____________________$1.23 rom
-' the Parish prison. That was about ; buzzards, fighting among themselves;,

two years ago, and shortly afterwardsa If carried in your; st. pocket, (or carried for the .illsraellin'gcarrion.; At least', \! $2.50 White and Grey Canvas Shoes____________________$1.89 j|
Barber big jail delivery ,was.. planned by;. In My Lady's Purse.and) ) eaten just when fifty more 'wereeither flying around' .3J fuS .
ShopThe some of the prisoners. They suc- you suspect you need one/you will never 'or ,sitting"Mnjtrees'"near;: by, either! j
ceeded in making the'r' : escape al, know sick day!from the orhnlary Ills of life. gorged to rfeplefoh or waiting for a1 ]J Here is an opportunity to buy your Hot Weather Shoes, ffliy
white barbers, formerly of 35 though some guards were badly chance at the:gr'ewsome> feast. '
S. Pa'afox! St., are now located at No. wounded,'and the police here'say one Because, these Ills Y be.gin.'faf'the:! 'Bowelsi "No I do' not know anything about" such as has never been offered you.
8 E. Government; St., next to Western was killed by some of, the prisoners and pave the way for all other'diseases., I the conditions "inside the slaughterhouse J' ru
Union. when they were discovered. : "Vest Pocket"'box 10-'j cents for we did*not go in, but whatI !11 Yours for White Shoe Business,

. Cooper, during the.excitement, male I Be sure you get the genes,:made only saw ,yard 'Was enough to con I
& T-- his escape from the prison,' and al. the vince me that reform was a dire necj j
by Sterling Remedy Company and never
COTTRELL, though every effort was made to cap- ess'ty.! I do not care to have my name I! N
sold in bulk. tabletstamped"CCC.
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. ture h'm he succeeded in eluding the Every i mentioned in connection l with the mat- 8[ ,\' Rl
Pensacola, Fla. officers and has since been at large. it. ter, but what I have said can bo.verified j jI '
,Monday Cooper is said to have been. I easily. As far 'as I know the' j IffU
Iobileand( when the ,o1tlcers..there slaughtering may have been performed Watson Parker & Reese Coo
WATCHES AND CUT GLASS learned that he was In' the city they! beautiful has been little arranged French-designed to mall GOLD-free a with all due regard to cleanliness, but I

Something Swell in Gold Jewelry.W. immediately set about to effect his PLATED trinket box, hatd-enameled in the surroundings of the house were J ,
A. Gahlenbeck 213 S. Palafox SI capture, but he qu'.ckly\ gave them the pretty colors, a handsome, ornament, vile: in the extreme." !
I slip! and came! on to Pensacola. ]J most want liberal every reader offer ever to have made ones and Ten we Successors to N
Arrived Here Yesterday. cents in stamps is asked as a measureof I i it
TURTON & BELL Cooper stated last night! .that he good faith and to cover cost of Cass (BIG CELEBRATION ruoi '
carets with which this dainty box ia
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. arrived here yesterday. He made no I.loaded. GREEN & WATSON 1 .
Kodak attempt whatever to secrete himself] Send today, be sure to mention this AT PANAMA CITYSpecial I
Supplier! Finishing for Amateurs but was seen on the streets late in paper Address and Sterling write your Remedy address Company plainly, t W' ru

the afternoon, and last night came up Chicago or New York. 731 i aaaa eeaaaaaeaaaaaeaaaaaaaaaaeaaeaaaaeaSUMMARY
R. K. WHITE on Palafox street where he was sitting to.The' JournaL

Watchmaker Manufacturing jeweler! and Graduate quietly chatt'ng when Marshal Panama City. June 19. The fourth ,
Schad 'passed along 'coming from of July will be celebrate at the lively An Ere; FOP an Eye.
30 S. Palafox Street. Pensacola Fla. West Government street The. mar- new town of Panama City with a big : OF A young lady friend of our acquaintance Charcoal !

, shal and Captain Fondebilla were BIG INCREASE[ I INl basket. picnic aIr Barbecue. Panama has recently received a shock.

both on the lookout forthe young man, City, (formerly Harrison) is the new THE WEATHER Among her extensive male acquaintances We have just received a
Tersely Told as they had been told that he was not deep water port and railroad teraJnal there is a blue eyed youth. Ha
only In the city, But had gone up on St Andrews Bay; and the people goes much into society and Is a !hot favorite very fine stock and will deliver -
Palafox street so Chief Scfoad was not intend to mak the coming celebrationone : among the nicer sex because of Growers promptly in

)ir. and Mrs. R. A. Bonifay of Mc. young at all man surprised'slttTng when on the he curbstone.saw the YAL.UE l I DF f ever of held the on Wgget the gulf things coast of its Prizes'kin]I' The reached temperature the maximum in this, city 89 degrees yesterday his eyes. Alack! One of them amount. any

David, were In the city yesterday. But, there is no need, as he says, for
The minimum was
Cooper stated to"the marshal that he will be girenin: numerous; contest! it 12:05: p. m. Telephone 363.
Burress CaVbn an'di. line at' 2:10 m. During the every one to know that and, really, It
& would make no attempt to escape, as and races and a good time is assured legrees a.
were among the prominent DeFuniak he was tired of running from officers all who attend. Barbecued beef and Ii storm; which passed over the city early I In seems so much the counterpart of the
citizens In the city yesterday.The and would 'go to jail without makingany [EXPORTS T TTotal pork and fried fish will be served free i the morning the total precipitation')Ins other that not one in a hundred would SEWELLWoodand
fishing schooner Dixie arrived I trouble. There he would not Five of West FlorWa's most eloquentorators 1 .38 inches, .36 of which fell withn detect It. On this occasion he escortedthe

in port yesterday with a catch of 400 talk of his escape from the New Or- will. address the people pres i the space of ten minutes. The young lady In question to a refreshment Coal Company
wind( reached a velocity of 30 miles an As
leans prison. ent. room. they were takingtea
snappers for E. E. Saunders & Co.
Marshal Schad immediately wired hour during the height of the storm. and coffee he looked unutterable;

Dan:el prominent citizen New Orleans asking In regard to (fDr Fiscal Year Ending June LIEUT. C.. B. VOGEL In his summary of weather conditions things at her, when all of a sudden she
of Selma is in the city on a short Cooper and expects a reply this LEAVES FOR CHINA. yesterday Observer Reed said: gave vent to a startled exclamation.Her .

business visit morning. 30 Will Exceed Previous Year "The barometric depression over eyes fixed on his with a mysterious ,
James P. Syder, of Washington, is Lieut C. B. Vdgel, of the United t be central portion of the country has Intentness and horror. A fly had '
among those who are visiting in the SPECIAL NOTICE. by $3,000,000.The States marine corps who has been I ncreased in intensity and moved slow-I settled in the center of his glass eye r ",
city. Rathbone No. 30 will meet stationed at the Pensacola yard I there have been:
Lo3ge, navy )1 1 y eastward to Illinois; and remained there, he, of course, unconscious -" -'
next Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.All for the past two years, has commenced showers and, thunderstorms in the: "
Thos Pebley left last night for a members are urgently requestedto value of exports from the port his long Journey to his new post of Missouri valleys and at scattered'! of its presence. The sight of PATENT APPLIED FOR .1"
trip through Oklahoma, Texas, New be present Visiting members arecordially of Pensacola for the fiscal year which'I duty, which is Pekin, CCilna. Rations eastward to the Atlantic. Wetj: ], that eye looking at her with a fly on It At all| Druggists. ;
Mexico, and old Mexico. He will be invited to attend. De&t'eework ends June 30 will, according to an I The lieutenant received orders, if the Rocky Mountains the weather' and the owner making no attempt to MUS-QUIT-U MFG. CO., :_
tbsent for several weeks.: for the influltnce brush it off, was too much for his comjiaalon. : '
to and under Jacksonville Fla.
estimate based upon the figures for I some weeks ago prepare .thell las remained fair ,
Hon. Chas. M. Coston left yesterday -, MAJMSON'] the eleven months to May 31, exceed tr'p, and later orders E of a cool high pressure area over| It overpowered her, and she .
for the mountains of Virginia, wherehe C. J. LEVY K. of R. and S. C.Unfortunate the value of exports during the previous ing him to duty with the American t he north Pacific states which is mov-j, shudders when she recalls the circum- ---- -

will spend several weeks for the -- fiscal year by nearly, if not! legation at Pekiu. f ng southeastward. Temperatures stance.-LondonAnswerR. Florida and Alabama '
benefit of his health which has not .. quite, $3,000,000. Tae total value of! have' fallen considerably in the Missouri The Queer Cbanieleoa. I
teen good for some time. r= 1III1! '''"'' ". and light frost,is reported
for the Valley
exports fiscal year ending June I. : There Is nothing in the world will Induce LAND COMPANYManufacturers .
Mayor Chas. H. Bliss left yesterday 30, 1505, was $15,315,06, while the THE OLD PLEA. igain from Wyoming.The a chameleon to take even the
morning for Tallahassee, where he will value for the eleven months ending wind reached thirty. miles from i of 1'-
A slightest apparent interest In its sur-
e May 31, 1906, was $17,421,950, an increase I He "Didn't Know! It Was Loaded. northwest in Pensacola at 2:12 a. i :
spend a day with the Good Roads: Con- he and Dealers in
roundings unless it be the sight of
'vmtion delegates, after which he will of $2,108,881() with the exportsof The coffee drinker seldom realizes m. during the passage _of a local thunlerstorra. -j LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHIN-
that coffee. contains the drug Caffe'n: what it considers a toothsome insect
fIsh the current month still to be .
Jacksonville for the remainder ([ j LES AND KILN DRIED SAP.Stearns'
of the week. Qiib II'o added. a serious poison to the heart aal "Fair weather with fresh southwest, The chameleon's method of taking its
nerves, causing many .other forms of Is very curious being effected by .
The following interesting figures winds is indicated for this section tonight prey ------ -- --
o relative to the commerce of the port disease, noticeably dyspepsia."I I and Wednesday. shooting out an enormously long, ...TfEA10! Rf
The "B'ue: Ribbon Flavor" arousesth I of Pensacola have just .been com was a lover of coffee and used .t I wormllke tongue the end of which (is 6jj; -
lagging appetite. 'Ask your grocerfor piled for many rears and did not realize I clubbed aud covered with viscid secretion I ffRiw"
Blue Ribbon Lemon or Vanilla. Exports for 12 mos., 1903.$15,315,069< ; I!i the bad effects I was suffering from THE ORIGINAL. to which the insects stick and -- .. -. _

f si' lr Exports for,11 mos., 1908. 17,421,950 its use. Foley! & Co., Chicago, originated I are thus drawn into its mouth. The actual )1 ;;: -
"At first I was troubled with indigestiou -
I throat and lung
,i loney andTar as a I projection of the tongue is made
Aliens In Old London. y Over last year. . .$ 2,106S1 : but did not attribute the remedy, and on account of the greatsmerits with marvelous rapidity: The of
here is a curious report of the aliens :I Receipts 12 mos, 1903.$31,339.40: I'trouble to the use of coffee: but and popularity: of Foley's, tfcfc chameleon furious.: eyes

In London In the year 15C7: "There I 4' .a Expenses . . .>. . 11,139.71! I thought It arose from other causes.: loney: and Tar; many imitations are are very the They
are large, but with
being a great increase of foreigners in r i iWth these attacks l' had sick headache iffered for the genuine. These very exception ;,
the city, her majesty ordered the lord r 17199.63 1 nausea and vomiting. Final'y my; ,worthless.Imitations! have similar: of a email opening in the center,, are

mayor to take the name, quality and !, Receipts 11 mos., 1906 . .$34,208.47 stomach_ was in such a condition Ii'sounding; names. Beware of th.rarhe covered with skin. They are also entirely Electric :
profession of all strangers residing ,I Expenses 11 mos., 1S08.! .'. 12,547-81 could scarcely retain any food.: \ genuine Fo'ey's Honey and Tars Independent! of each other, with Rat and Roach Pastei
"I consulted physician told:, the result that occasionally_ the creature gtunoteed to rid the booM,bam or store o' I
a it
was Ask
i package. .for
within the city of London. The list In a yellow cockroaches,mice, water bugs eta Bold [
$21,660.63 all my troubles: came from indi'esfon,1| refuse substitute. It is the is looking forward orer its nose everrwhereoree.ter..prep.ldonreceiptotprise..
was headed by the Item "Scots, 40. and any ....'.ig&c16Bs.b'Xo*1.410
Other nations represented by Duties collected, 12 mos., but was not informed what caused they] best!t remedy for coughs and colds. with one eye, while with the other it Is Stearns' Electrlo Paste Co.,
"French were Portuguese Waitress-::- 1905 .1.. . .', .,. ;. .ve 9,611.02 indigestion', so I kept en with the i .V.. A. D'Alemberte, druggist and Intently watching some-thing directlj {;Me.... ilL 1..S. A. J |
428 and '
; Spaniards Duties collected: 11 mos., coffee and kept on with the troubles: ,! ipothecary. behind It
45; Italians, 140; Dutch 2,030 It; Mistress 1906. . . . . :. .13,435.16 too, and my case continued to grow
Burgundians, 44; Danes, 2; Llegeois! Lucky worse from year to year until it developed -

Over. 1905, 12 mos. :::; .$ .2,8<22.16 Into chronic, diarrhea; ,,nausea' ; ; :, ; ;
Shark'. Tall For Lnclc. IJ Visitors for dinner. ._.? *.t and severe attacks of vomiting! so I I
Attached to the extreme end of the could keep nothing on,my stomach :
bowsprit of a sailing vessel there may 9 J Table almost set BUSINESS LAWS and became a mere shadow, reduced

sometimes be seen a piece of some ma- 9} Kitty stubs her'tot;. from 159 to 123 pounds
terial that looks remarkably like leath- Smash It Is a fraud to conceal a fraud "A speclalst Informed me I hal a
er. This seeming piece of leather, I Is tj Ignorance of the law excuses no one. very severe case of catarrh of the
rally u shark's tail. It !is placed there CJ Mistress heartbroken and trying to The acts of one partner bind all the stomach, *hich had got: so bad he s
could do nothin for me, and I becameconv'need 1 fJ
because frame apologies for "patchwork"china
the sailors think!' that it augurs up others. + m c
JllJllut'k. believing that pleasant service when she recollects it is my das were numbered. a
voy- !
An agreement consideration S."Then I chancel to see an article! t
aces will be their lot while It remains one of ourOPEN Is void. i setting forth the good qualities of

there Instead of the bowsprit the tail I STOCK PATTERNS' A personal right of action dies with Po tum. and explaining! how coffee: injures .
Is it times nailed() the top of one of I the people! so I concluded to give Ff 7DiSI

the masts.-Londcn King. q'J Hurries Kitty here, and, of course, person.The to do !Impossibilities. Postum a trial. I soon saw the good
II law compels no one '
r we can give her duplicates of the effects-my headaches were less frequent ir 11Fx
DUTcrent."Why pieces she broke. Iii twenty minutes II I nausea aad vomiting only cameon sWill +
don't you elope with her?" they are washed and on the table. A contract made with a minor. or at long 'intervals and I was soon give you comfort on a sweltering .
lunatic Is
"But good gracious, man if you are i void. a changed man, feeling.much better.
Perfectly! willing for me to marry 'your ;4| The day is saved I A receipt for money paid is not legally Then: F thought I could stand coffee day. When hot and weary, it imparts = ; .

daughter I cannot see any object> to be q Suppose a specul order Fad Jo w to Europe I conclusive. .. again, but as son as I tried it my and '
attained by our eloping." for the matching and nuttesj had to wait Signatures madevith a lead, pencilare old troubles returned and: I again vigor energy.
four '-t'hs or more for them)\ ?< I I'ostum. Would believe it,
"Cau't you? How will it be if I of- rr good in law. turned to : 5c at soda fountains and in bottles 5c. #
w ti ohrions, I did this three times before I had ,
you Jialf of what I save on the -wed- Agents are responsible! to their principals Q
dtng?"- sense enough to qu't coffee for goal
Houston for
and; .keep on with the Pastum; the re
Each individual in a partnership Is suit is I am now a well man with no I
Tim Mala Point. responsible for the whole amount of
more headHIes.-slck: stomach or >oaiiting" -
"n hit: do you think? That boss poll- the debts of the firm. ', _and have already ga'ned: backto

tician from says he" Las divorced himself W7 SOUTH ALATOX STREET'PENSACOLA A draft becomes an acceptanc.e' ',wh i 14? p unds." Name! given by Pos Bottled Exclusively by HYGEIA BOTTLING WORKS ,

politics. the party upon whom It Is drawn tum Co, Battle Creek, ITch.
Then I'll bet he secured alimony .. writes "accepted": across its face soil| pkgs. for the famous little 124 E, Chase St. Phone 587N
ltimore American. .. aizns his name. T :book. "."fbe Roai to Wellville.1' ." .
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I Vbt.ltJmjafola! iontnall.PaaLhmeate Jlritl.b'' Are Sailors.Meted Out. >to Cooter-=-Cleaner Remington.tholes -

For infraction"of regulations some -
_' .
I ,
curious punishments are meted out la'

it DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. the English navy: It is .everyday ELECTRIC FANS-More reliable than Gull

occurrence, says London Tit-Bits, to with its new billing attachments
f PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY see half a dozen sailors lined up on Breezes and they scatter the mosquitos.We ; and instantly interchangeable u,'

deck facing the paint work, holding w prepared furnish 'for both riages, tabulator and two ,-,_liOf
; ...BV... their hammocks on,their shoulders. At are power ribbon movement, is the 1110:", ,(m.
first the hammock isn't heavy, but aft III. lights and fans Make your application at -the plete combined

r THE JOURNALCOV! PANY. hour It drags on one's shoulders \
er an -Or so general office, city. ..' .. Billing andCorrespondence
nru-innfij1nrLrLj\J\JLriJiji-. -. like l lead -Besides, it tint at all .
entertaining to( stare fixedly at a square
FRANK L. MAYES, President end General Manager. foot of painted weodwork for Jin houror PENSACOLAELECTRIC

mote. at a time. F .' I machine manufactured. De '?.!(!ci
\ MEMBER THE'A'SSOCIJlTED PRESS. i Another punishment that Jack despises as it was for fast service bunt tor

; is-bailing with a spoon. He !Is TERMINAL :CO. hard use, recommended by Ixpetts
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*****JV* 'l<'*''r 4 and guaranteed .
** w
JJ JMJJ J JJJ JJJJ .w.wwvwwwww. Jt M >MMMM ** placed upon the deck, with two large o against ; ; :.5

SUBSCRIPTION RATE'S. .* wooden buckets, one filled with water i.q i. PHONE 106 offered as the idealTypewriter

and the other empty. With a spoon he ,
,One Year.5 00 One' Month.---
Six Months.............. 150 One Week................ W/ must din all -water'from one bucket '
: Three Months...... ....... 1-25 Weekly Edition per year..$! OC and transfer it to the other, being, .. t. for producing the most good ..-
his'comrades' M>;
meanwhile, the butt of
The Maiden-Dolls are made for the shortest time with the leasi .
Detailed jests and jeers.Sometimes girls toplay with Glorious Fourth Write today for fun descnpt.. !
The Only Peaaacola Newspaper Front Which a a delinquent Is made to The Baehe"'or--\nd a good many 8 Local Agents wanted for "

: Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. walk slowly backward and forward men. marry them.. unoccupied territory.

.. .. along the deck, nursing in his arms a THE ARITHMOCRAPH CO. I
six inch projectile, weighing a little

Offices,108 and 110 East Papers on Saleon Trains over 100 pounds., Once a sailor, who .' ff ; Will be fittingly celebrated this year by the Majestic BIdg., ChicagoJACKSONVILLE I
I laughed at the stammering speech of "
Government. Phone 38. and at all NewsStands.PENSACOLA =- i FLA.
his made to stand 1-- '
commander, was upon
.. &; _____1IIf __ the forebridge: In full view of the I Knights of CoIumbusWho 204 West Bay Street

ship's crew, and laugh for an hour anda
FLORIDA, JUNE 20,1906. halt. I
-Spitting upon the deck or a man-or. _0 i
will give a Grand VICTOR SAFE
war is strictly prohibited. Cuspidorsare .
; The Pending sonville Times-Union will prove. Inter-
placed at Intervals along the deck,
Bill. esting: and these must be used. Upon some r Wednesday July 4 1906
Anti-Shanghai The new State of com ,- This sate wa3 awaratu '
ships, when a sailor Is caught spitting
prise of two territories which in 1900 grand prize at u eWorld's
All: seaport cities have, to a greater had a combined population of 790,391, upon the deck, a small tub is strappedto A "AT ELECTRIC PARK Fair and u.

: or less degree, suffered from the practice of whom 670,204 'Were whites, 64,445 his chest, and he is made to wear it t though Inexpensive, it is

: known as' 'shanghaiing," i. e. Indians and 55,734 negroes. The popu Anyone who chooses may use this : We want all to come. You will the best safe made.

., spiriting sailors aboard ships against lation of the two amounted to 241,155 walking receptacle. The*>ffender thus a

their will, and, to remedy the evil, a in'1890 and during the following decade punished rarely repeats his offense. have the time of your life We Keep Them in Stockand
increased th ;rate of,227 per
Mil has been Introduced In congress, cent in ten years which would be A POTTERY TOWN. i '. On arrival of 3 o'clock car, a patriotic address
> has passed the House and is now be- ;about. equal ,to 80 per cent In five can give you iu--
fore the United States senate. In all years. continuation of that rate! ; will be,'delivered by the Hon. W. A. Blount, Jr. what you want or if wehaven't
Chlngt eli D Is Any Other got what you want
probability it will be passed. The Sa- v.ould give a population of 1,500,000.On'tbe Place la China. I ; order it for '.
we can oa
other hand' a continuation of 4 : "At 3:30: o'clock, match game of base ball between
vannah News lias the following to the gain averaging_54,924 per annum For at least 900 years the town I and save you money. Dropus
say relative to the measure: would give a present population of 1,- Chlngtechen la China, has been devoted -- two of Pensacola's, crack teams, the winning a postal.

A! bill designed to put a stop to the 120,000, which: is probably( nearly the to the making of fott ry. Everything Host;Why did you strike my'dogHe ': 'i
vicious and outrageous practices of correct figure. The -population last In Chlngtecheo belongs to the only sniffed at you. 4 .-.. team to receive $25.00 in silver. ; Wm Johnson & Son Inc.
"shanghaiing" sailors at the ports is year was estimated at 1,250,000. nearly porcelain and earthenware Industry.The Visitor Well, you don't expect me ,
pending in the United States Senate twxxthlrds being In Oklahoma. The houses arefor the most part built to wait until he tasted me, do:!ou? At 5 o'clock the field sports begin: Incorporated.

in charge of Senator Martin of Vir state will probably' have fully 1,500,000 of fragments either of old kilns or of ; the
ginia. It has already been passed by inhabitants when the next census Is the fire clay covers In which the porcelain Catching greasy pig. .
the House, and the Senate Committee taken and probably rank about twen Is The river
during firing. Shoe ;
Want TheIILS'I'
mixing race. Do You
ty-slxth In population.
on Commenrce has reported favorably bank Is for lades covered with a IJlI :
It, Is in position therefore, for early and Hurdle
deep stratum of broken chinaware race, and many other sensational
action and the prospects are that It The only living ex-president should .. ,. ""
chips of fire clay, and the greater part
will be passed. Friends of the meaa.ure not be so backward about climbing :
of the town and several square milesof sports
to its enactment at
hope secure '
.. the present session. There isn't any into the. Bryan bandwagon. the surrounding country are built All winners will receive valuable prizes.
doubt that the president will sign it over or composed of a similar deposit
as soon as it reaches him. Speedy "Tfs an 111 wind, etc. The Beef Cbingtechen is unlike anything else i At 8 o'clock, grand prize dance begins, 50
action is desired so that the new low Packers is out and the Fish Man Is In China. The forms, the color, the r.

may be In operation by the beginning, now at the bat materials used in the.buildings, the atmosphere couples taking part, winning couple to receive
of the next oyster season, in Septem are reminiscent of the poorer Fishing Tackle
-ber.The "j i .5 fl$ pars"of a civilized 'Industrial center. $10.00 in gold.

stories that were made public There are 104 large pottery kilns In t .
during the 'past oyster season, and Indeed I .,'. :UOCKS AT PANAMA The In .
d the town. greater part are use
Grand( Fireworks Display at 10 o'clock Tennis, Golf. Baseball ana A o
for several seasons, respectingthe .
$ only fpr a short season In the {ummer Goods, the best Phonograph? in-. .
shanghaiing of sailors for lyster, ab Birmingham .
Age-Herald. I
During this busy season the populationof
boats along the New Jersey coast ands Reduced' ords the best Dog Medicine '
rates all
aY on railroads. Electric cars will
Chingtechen rises .to, about 400,000 Bicycles the best Tires, th > t
far south as Virginia, and the-cruel
and inhuman treatment of them after souls, but of this total nearly half are -i run every half hour.. Typewriters, the best Lock ar, <. t\ ,
they had' been shipped against their laborers drawn trom'a wide area of Fitting, best Trunk Repair01-, :
With a- vigor and suddenness that '
: country, who come for the season live Gas Lamp, and last, but not tea! "
wills were shocking: in the extreme has-almost.taken the breath away i' ,..N.NOANN.0tON.'NN rO.OtbNef tOMa000b0.i0+10a4Thedune I
In of barracklike'sheds and do best Roller Skates?
According to these storirt, not only
from Mr..Aldrich's
Senate, the House ..
C made drunk or not bring their families ,with them. r : I Why so to
were men drugged has 4sclaredithat not a cent of the ''SeIckeSwelIington Is a.
otherwise Incapacitated to defend Item of $25,000,000 in the sundry l tivi Visitors to Chlngtechen pass along I stunning ?roman', isn't she? Bride and: I
; themselves and then 'dragged aboard bill shall be spent on a-sea level canal. street after street where every shop is een-.I should think so. She hit F. B. BRUCE
boats, where they were beaten and The vote"was"110 yeas' and 36 nays occupied by men, women and children me with her automobile the other i

half starved but were finally cheated That, together with President Roose all engaged In the designing, molding, day, and 'it was two hours before I
t out of their earnings. Indeed more velt's threat to veto a sea level propo painting or distributing of pottery. woke up. II PENSACOLA, FLORIDA
than one cold blooded murder was reported sitlon. settles the matter at and Is crowded for three Her Husband i
once The river bank h ._____ _, -
,.committed upon the person of for all time. miles by junks either landing material i
an unwilling shanghaied man who had w PRESSlI]
The House: in the last hours of the and fuel or shipping the-finished prod _
dared attempt to make vigorous pro ""
session -
is asserting itself, and the i i
net cordially invited to and 'We've BUT/TON
c. test against outrage. Doubtless many Senate will are come see us. a.plan
: simply have ,to acknowledge
that will: enable to furnish home handsomely
of the stories were highly colored
that in the last
unless there had been some basis of its grip ohaffaIrs.. round it has lost That Wa All. without money-or but mighty little (and a little here is i

i' truth for them not so many of them level canal, but its It wish prefers has a been sea A young girl who Is always trying i certainly mighty) Our plan! is'to Burrow, Pay Later .

1; would have been published. turned down by the House which Is some new thing was present once or just a little along as :you can spare It. s
: The pending bill applies to shanghaiing IP. fun rebellion and Has its'knife out. when the doctor set a neighbor's broken :
in general in this country and There Is no. for arm. She was sure that she knew Bedroom Suits Low 'i
room compromIse. as as $ O w
not. to any specific section or trade. The stand taken by the House cannot exactly bow it was done and rather I .
t Its provisions are drastic, providing be gumshoed away by Mr. Allison or anxious to put her new knowledge into i
penalties and making it easierto and others as h'gh! as $175.09, with lots of prices be
severe dark-closeted out by the esteemed Mr. practice. Some time later a hen out
tween. A handsome oak sideboard for others
secure convictions. The need of a AMrich.; ft is In the sundry civil bill In the chicken yard broke its leg. The i $15.while :
law: of the kind has frequently been cost as high as $65. Good dining room chairs for 75c, .
to stay, and the Senate well girl announced that she meantto
may as directly .
$1.00 and to $4.50.
k seen even in our own :port It hasn'tbeen i up Refrigerators from $9.00 to $35.
many months since there was a get ready to swallow it, however bitterIt set it "and make It as good as :Also good Ice chests. Window shades made any size i
may be. The pent-up revolution In new." Accordingly it was put Into a like rollers that
shanghaiing case in the federal courts the : you on never give any trouble.
House against the Senate finds
plaster cast and left for the
here that attracted a good cal of attention. vent In the Littaner proper
The bill In Senator Martli's resolution and< length of time to knit When the day TIle 51IIIplelt6afm- 1.2N I +r
and the the House stands ready to spend came to take off the cast the girl ran i MARSTON & i ii Handiest-tad only Perfect
bands is a meritorious one, shouldbe the rest of its official life in Washing : QUINA I Sii: ua j Pea No$u filler
promptly passed. ton in out to the henhouse in'great eagerness r I I to i a{-as doegintoribakiB
order to defend it. -
Fortunately all and for the treasury to see the result Presently'there was Jt- i 108/110 S. Palafox St, Phone 148.; Pensacola: Fia.r i .

It's a quiet day in Bialystok when the type of canal is selected, and a scream that brought every member The Private Citizen-\A general has'N001e1.NOS.. r...e..s0..0.4e1ri900fN0100..Ny IB Ton tic imply picture]>KM)and the the bim pea u 4th(u
only twenty or thirty people arekilled. there is nothing now to do at Panama of the family to her side. The chickenwas an easy time after the war is over.. I baa c.Jl i.lh."

but to dig it I should be completed jumping miserably over the ground The General-Not very long, ctftH***aH5M?#* flM ;! "' M. Write tile lnatut It
in 1912 or 1913 at'the. farthest, and sidewise instead of directly forward though. You soon have applications ; loathe the paper
/ '. if the government engineers know You know 'hen's leg has a crook. for your autograph and invitations to DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, I

; Vote for Congressman what they are talking about, its total Well, sho had crooked It the wrong banquets. ; CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSE I .: EagIe)50|
cost )
will not exceed $140,000,000. Nota way, that was alL
In Third District.In cent of that"sum need come from STERLING SILVERWARE, I

publishing the vote for congress said hooals to, have although an Itching Secretary in the Shaw direction I Is Observation.An The Journal PrintedDuring :'jART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS: 1 NO.25 with 14 tint oU Fold
man at the recent primary an error occurred observant man ,in all his pen point-finest rslcuuzed
of 1906 .
more bonds. The national banks May, CUT | rubber and fully guaranteed.UMFUJ."No.25
In the figures from (Jefferson want bonds, but no one else does. with society and the world constantly i ,t GLASSWARE -

county. The correct vote was as follows and unperceived marks on every a Total of -.__ ". 'E != with gold band.$2. 0
person and thing the figure expressive I Etd"FlkV No. 26
Great Brltala* R&laialL of Its value and therefore, large with told! $3.00
on Engraving and Fine Stationery 14.00
Lamar Stevens.
Rainfall la a condition 157,350COPIES ;
which has meeting that
Calhoun .., .. .. 158 210 person or thing, knows Sold by Stations
.r much to do with our health. aDd Other SIena
A wet distract
Instantly what kind and degree of at.
Escambia .. ... ..1482 234 '
with a good deal of subsoil water, tentIon to give it This is to i Ask YOUR DEALEl. If bedoesat
make i
Franklin .. .... .... 238 80 ell the Eagle
Ga.dsden .. ..f 1 .- 417 88 making houses damp, Is a locality In something of experience., -John Foster. of i./ail! Orders Receive Prompt Attention. "FLASH"Fountain you Pens then
Holmes ... ... ... .. 657 559 which rheumatism' and consumptionare or an Average rad tbe retail price direct to
Jefferson. .. .. ... ..m 76 likely to prevail Over England Tamed Poetry."I u.tutted.Each pea tbtelately fur .

3echsoa .. ..' .. ..612 1265 and Wales the average yearly rainfall wish to submit"a lyric, sir," said 5$28OAILV
LeOn .. ... .. ... .. 426 377 U about thirty-four Inches, In Scotland the timid young man.<-"My friends say; i E. O. adek Jewelry Co, Eagle Pencil Co.

,Liberty .. .. ..' ..., 132 67, It reaches forty-six Inches and In Ire It's a beauty allJ" sings Itself." I kfanoractaren3VBro
MadIson .. ... .. ..670 14& land about thirty-eight Inches. Possibly ). "Humphr! said"the. coldhearted edt: 'J I MOBILE, ALA. .dw ,,New York

Santa Rosa ." ... ..559 38 the wettest parts of Britain are In tor. "We couldn't use a poem like that. The following figures show Tho Penssacola "#*i *#w/$*H-l-l--I-*"fl-YrY .-t yr m# 4E''g&k f;; I

Washington ., .. .. 813 122 Cumberland, where, the rainfall may We want one that once printed Journal's circulation for each I
\. Wakul1& .. :. .. ..tU 251 will month of May, 1906. ,
attain ICO Inches per year. One Inch of remain perfectly ,quiet and 'not day during the -
Walton .. ':. ..603 114 < keep number of copies,
0 : rain one ? of with the average m. :
on a i i.oiar6Mr.eouAk.xa > hundred tons of water.-London Graph all times." dally: r.ur , ?
The next official junket scheduled is Ic. May 1, 5,800 May 17, 5,800 t

that of Secretary Root to Rio Janleroto ___ May 2, 5,800 May 18, 5,700 lour 1 i im

attend the Pan-American confer Bert tar**. WAS BALD SIX YEARS. May 3, 5,900 May 19,' 5,800 Pianos Are Built$ By Specialists
May 4, 5,700 May 206,200
ence. The secretary is an extremely Leave children an accumulated for 'Three Months of the New Scientific. May 5, 5,900 May 21, ......j

BKxfcst man and has only had one tune of memories and inspirations and Treatment' Restored His Hair. May 6, 6,250 May 22, 5)001, who have attended the highest skill in piano building. This results in

United States cruiser torn to pieces examples and hopes so 6tf they an Baldness is caused by dandruff, May 7, ...... May 23,, 5,850 m Ei
and rebuilt into a floating palace in rich In ,brain and heart atg: t,oul:and which Is caused by a germ Kill the May 8, 5,800 May 24,. 5,750: :: pianos of unsurpassed durability, beauty, -of finish, proper adjustment;
service. Then If you happen Sec leave germ and it Is alnost.certain. that hai May 95,600 May 25, 5,750 '
f order to accommodate himself and them a fortune besides if they halve all] will grow again If the follicle has notben May 10, 5,600 May 26, 5,800: and perfect lasting tone quality, Now is your opportunity to buy one. ;:!

family on the voyage. Bill, as usual, these, the fortune will be shorn of itsposslbjlltles. : totally destroyed. Nels -Petersoof n May 11, 5,600 May 27; 6.1CO ; : -

>paid by the dear people. of evil and will become Lime Spur, Mont says: "I had< May 12, 5,700 May 28, :.. .' ONE NOW-PAY 9
an instrument of higher and DObJar been bald six,years,.and- had! tried all May 13, 6,300 May 29, 5,750 iii BUY WHEN YOU LIKE J.5

It is to be hoped that the dram good.-U J. Savage. kinds of 'cures' but without any'benefit May 14, ..... May 30, 5,800 -
*. whatever, until I tried Herbicide., May 15, 5,800 May 31, 5,800 b call and :
atization of Upton Sinclair's novel will November 16, 1899. I began using; May 16, '5,800 anyway see us or writers; about this plan. Many a home now

not be.too realistic. The smell should The true strength of every human Herpicide and In*three months a fin! Total for the month.. .. 157,350 enjoys a piano under this plan. You can too. L j
be/barred. soul 13 to be dependent on as many; growth of hair covered my head com. I i
nobler as It can discern and to be depended i pletely. Ask your druggist tor Herp. ---
robe of court cide." Everybody have Average per day.. .. .. 5,828 iJ
: g The a supreme Justice upon by as many Inferior as I II luxuriant
t__ has no attractions for Secretary It can reach. I I glossy hair If,Herpicide is used tho r Oldest and Largest 114-116, Palafex St. "f
Taft.. Ermine and royal purple for his. oughly. Take no substitute. For sale I hereby certify that the above ft Music House in Clutter' Music House Phone l5 l
The world "which took but by W. A. r/Alensberte: druggist and: statement is correct according to the. ; Florida '. PENSACOLA 't.,,1
six ; <
day apothecary. 121 South Palafox stree, records on file in this office. GEO. W. C. CLUTTER,,Tres. B. E. CLUTTER. Sec. JJ:
The following figures.relative to the to make Is. like
: : to.take
: 6,000 to make or send lOc In stamps for sample I I.J.-; -, FRED A, SWEET, *i "
>tew state of Oklahoma from the Jack. out-: Browne.: The Herpicide, Co.. Detroit, Mica. .... Circulation Manager*. ; '

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20,- Vwv. rA E FIVE

= \ -' po' -'_ .. '..
ing of the Allisons, YoungWoods asReynolds
-' *" -" .. families of Carlowville" Ala. ,

20 I They were accompanied:, by MIss Alison "

PEOPLE and .1S i Reynold's' who will be Miss Julia a'
EVEN *% Lee's' guest, While town.: Mrs. F$ro S'CHOOL
rar has 'gone to her horn in .M bile. r


CentDiscount Seen, Heard and Done Among Those':Who Go, 'Come and 1 hit; the and,winter,Mrs. with Doovflle their who nephews havspent ,! ;k, ,

Mr. George''' and Mr. Roy Douville I a

leave to-day noon,, for their summer 1,
.Tarry & Women and Society, _Here, and Elsewhere home, in' Milwaukee, Wis. Will Soon be Out ajr .

\ The Excelsior Flinch" Club meets ,
By C NELUE BECK. Te/pJon0 669., \ with Mrs. N. a '(McMillan, 1002 North For the Summer ,: :,,

Baylen, this afternoon_'at-4 o'clock. l \, ;
ox8X8xn '
nxttx etx8) ae X8XXSff3XS X j +
,r Hon., Charles i )I. Coston left Tuesday i and the Boys and Girls, ;; I\I'I\ 'y t.
"GOVERNMENT INSPECTED." noon' for the Blue Ridge Mountains ,, ''I." \ '
r 5
Thank goodness there is,left The_ Journals, Daily Fashion Feature. where he will spend the summer as well as Teachers are !...4 '.d\ .-
recuperating stopping in Norfolk, r
Some things for use .
Youths' and Little ,
Boys', a
On al! L. I-f\
Va. to visit his '
mother ante! sister
gen, OXFORDS UNTIL SATURDAY ] Although Are flying, the fast stockyard and loose.exposes; v
SIGHT( The fence stake still is Just as good(. \* 1., Miss- .Laura Pinney* ; and lovely, little to the Closing Day Exer- 7': I, ,t!6;' : 'l t '

.1)I!) >: got more than we want and As e'er it was before -__. ._ 0 niece: Eraena Acfesrman, were guests :;..0:, 'It. .
J .
of Mrs. W.-T. of cises. Each is' + t
Mayo Goulding, last
one ,
must reduce the stock. That's why And pigs of lead or iron remainAs ,; .
.! _: week.
it a they have. been of yore., -. v + I anxious that they shall look their best on this eventful '
'' The friends of Mrs./4f. B. Olsen will
The tailor'sgoose' is not,
: AS dangerous to eat, preserved' J be glad to learn that'she is improving. .occasio'n. If you should happen to be a Girl

20 And we are glad the car-hog is .

As yet not potted meat. are Mrs.visiting J. C. relatives Crosby and in Alabama.little famly; you can add greatly! to the beauty of your costbme

M -O ,
Off The The jackass lobster and and the the muttonheaa1 clam, \ ', ,, ,' Miss Anita Thieg who spent the by having us fit you with a pair of our Dainty

: week end With friends camping up the

MEYER SHOE COMPANY, "Before Are just the as Sinclair easy as damn.they were i ,.. ? Sound left'Monday' 0Air. for home. Dorothy Dodd Slippers. Or if you preferan.Qxford,

and Mrs. R. E. Lee Daniell and beautiful
Feet Furnishers For Folks The mule that spinners use is safe; we are prepared to show you many sty4es;
P family left town Tuesday for their
The donkey.on the ship, J ,
102 S. Palafox Street. And e'en the clotheshorse. have escaped r summer home on Bayou Teaat.t'lir. and should you be a Boy, our Alden Shoes are the .

and Mrs. F.t.. .Prone Y will move
The sausage-cutter's nip. July 2 ''to their new home on East very acme of gentility and durability. We extend

The chops: of axe and hatchet stand; L- to every school boy and
The bulls the Irish make, Mrs. Morris 'Fren-kel _
Frozen SweetsAlmost of Monroe, La.[ ,
The steer 'WhIch'guides the boat ; h the guest of her mother Mrs." F. girl ,and their'teachers a

aright, 4 Frenkel 5QI. West Gregory.
!Are spared the mucker's rake.We're r ,'
since the beginning i : I, 4Mrs. cordial invitation to visit
of the world a frozen dish has a Ed. Brown and children are at .
I pleased to note we still have ; I Mrs. Kelley's home for the
been a necessary accompaniment country our store and allow us the
to a good dinner. History I got f benefit of baby Hiram's health.
The old Wall Street lamb :
how the old Romans same r + .
cells ,
you of them
And thus far have sale E pleasure showing
and Greeks gorged themselvesw we no F. 'C. Avery was one of the (Pensa-

: iced foods and desserts. A Of canned hydraulic ram. r ," cola visitors here Saturday. J. M.! the newest Line of Footgearthat
Hightower of
better substitute would have was transacting
Thank! heaven there is left to ns '
a business '
been the ICE CREAM' made here Monday Chipley;
Skilled Workmen
+iSome memories still sweet; can produce.
}. Banner.
here. Its pure, delicious and And ,- .
In of done
'vrholesome. Sent anywhere, a- sense justice, .- r--_..._....._. .. ,
We murmur, It !Js meet"V' The many friends of Mrs. Ben ,
time. Flavors: Chocolate, "
any '
J. Lampton la'New YOrk Broths .
Vanilla Pecan, Strawberry, H. Thomas will be pleased l to learn
Cherry, English Walnut. -+- that she is now able to be around Yours cordially! .
the house after a ten weeks seige of
Ii typhoid fever with other complications.
Beautiful Turner Camp near the } i '
Bluff is rapidly acquiring its annual .
contingent from local society for the MODEL FOR SHEER MATERIALS., 'Mr. Thomas Pebley 1s now In Guth-

Hot Biscuits and Rolls every summer. e rie,'O. T., and in about ten days goes!
morning at 5 o'clock. ilr. and Mrs. R. H. Turner, Sr., and Certain styles, to be successfully loose skirt andjjiody portion of whichis to El Paso.
family, were as usual the first to go carried out should employ certain cut in one.' iece and tucked to .
from town as they are generally the materials. The dainty model of the yoke depth isf the centre front and The Rshnberg'Wllliams wedding Successors to Green & Watson.
last to return so fond are they of the picture would lose its charm if constructed back below th square-cut: neck, inset: takes place at the home of the bride's
freedom and charm of their snmmei of a heavy linen,. as would with' double rows of Valenciennes In' sister Mrs. Rollo M. Himebaugh at 11 33 and 35 South Palafox Street.
andy Kitchen Cafe. home. the tailored Russian blouse! suit for sertions. TheTsleeve is"a tiny fullpuff o'clock ths morning.

Air and <;irs. Whiting Hyer, Mr. and instance, if made In sheer lawn or., ; gathered in toe a 'band of the. .
104 S. Palafox. Phone 999 Mrs. W. S. Garfield, Mr. and Mrs other material. It is the use of the material, inse :wita lace insertion and "Miss Alberta Villar, who has been "'..... <;1- _,"""" _""" .."" _'"'\ '!I..

George Turner Mr. and Mrs. Henry right material in the given style that finished Tdtbia. lace edge above the spending the past; three months in

Hrerfr.. and Mrs. Charles H. Turner makes for its own. particular charm elbow. :A.dei, >'hem ;finished the low. Richmond; Va., the guest of her aunt. .
ana! family and Mr. W. J{. Hyer, Sr., and becomingness, (i\ sheer white er edge of thqT4klrt, and if one wishes, returned home yesterday to the de
a:; usual are all in their cottages for J lawn, soft. mull! or batiste might be tom;'or three4fc Ji-wlde tucks may be light of her many friends. While' ab SPECIAL REMOVAL SAEE
Escambia Pressing Club the season. used in frock after. this model, the run'above theSiem with good effect. sent she visited WashIngton and other cedent.1
Mrs. Emily C. Wright and }Ir. and I cities; and spent -a' most delightfultime.
of removal to another stand, will offer
On account
Dyeing, Cleaning and Pressing of Mrs. L. S. Brown and family are occupying .
gentlemen's and ladies' Clothing., Clu i! their new and delightfully arranged draped from the ceiling to the centerof chaine, marched through the roams t to ed reductions through entire stock. One lot children's books at 25
rates only Jl.OO per month. We cal cottage recently completed. a large ice cream table, and from ti\e. amusement of the merry crowsand ;, Mrs; P. J.: Williams and child left cents on the dollar; 25c Paper Dolls, lOc; one $15 Phonograph for
for and deliver all work. No. 9 E :Mr. Willie Fisher'goes out today to the tines hung over the table ten finally deposited their six tintU yesterday' Destin, Fla., where they! $6; a $25 Phonograph for $10; Phono'graph Records for 40c.
(ntendencia. spend several days with Mrs.. Charles large bells in the national colors, red 8 on the lattice. will spend several weeks with vela

-WALTER MAUL TON & XO.. Props: ,Turner.- white.anjd blue! ,while below the bells Mss Minnie Pendelton, Miss Katie tives. 233.nSoolsErtoir.
Selix's Old Stand. "Mrs.:'Shackelford and hits: :Annie 1e hung-a b .r of tin bearing the'wordsr Graham, anr7'others, contributed i ithe tc ,* Pbent .ni eo7a
la Rua were guests of Mrs. R. H. Turner Tenth Anniversary" in the most beautifully pleasure of they guests with vocal Mrs. .(Dr.) J, H. Bickerstaff is quite

Tuesday. frosted lettering the artistic and piano solos, and dancing was enJoyed ill at her residence 914 East Gadsden.
Dir and Mrs. 'R. H. Turner, Jr., gout work of the bride's brother Mr A. A.. after the reception.At -- 4 '

Marine Grocery Co. this week, and (Mrs. John A. bier Wrighton/ the wedding feast!: Rev. Mr Mr. and Mrs.':S. D. Bennett of &26 spending this season with Mr. and
rit and family will join,the "Campers"in With all the ceiling and mokjSngsoecorated' Sharpe gave a 'very, beautiful toast t tc East tJadsden are happy over the arrival !. rs. T. J. Partridge, will return to DANCE
604, 605 S. Palafox St. about two weeks. in ivy and 'bamboo, and the continued< happiness and pros Monday night of a fine son. Mobile in the fall and will go to
+ very available place banked in pot perlty of the bride.andgroom. + housekeeping.
Phone 725. MR AND' "MRS. F. W. MARSH plants and :ferns the effect was bril i4T Mr. and Mrs. James }I. Muldon left At Electric ParkTHURSDAY

V. J. VIDAL, Manager.We ENTERTAIN: CARDS. FOR liant.: (Here ice cream cake and I CARD PARTY: tAT COUNTRY CLUB Tuesday' noon for a summer tour of the Mo.. ,
lemonade Mr. Robert Riley of St. Joseph,
were served throughout the
carry a full line of Imported and MR. AND MRS-DOUWLLE. evening. FOR, MR. O'CONNOR'S GUEST. north. has arrived to join his wife in a visit NIGHT 1 .

Domestic Groceries and Provisions; Mrs. John C.. will entertain ai several weeks with her parents Mr. Y
!Mr. and iMrs. F. W. (Marsh entertained The "tin" tokens were chiefly pickle Avery Miss!, -Lois Houlette and' Miss of
We want your patrona'ge.They. a few neighbors at cards Monday and of too numerous and varied character cards at the Country Club this afternoon Blanche Reager spent Sunday at Cottage and Mrs. E. Griffin and family.
eight complimentary to Mr. and for Miss ;SieboM' of Montgomerywho 4Mrs. -
- to enumerate but. practically Hill guests of Miss Nina Smith. JUNE 21st 1906
Mrs> Douvihe who leave today for Milwaukee. filled the rear lattice where they Wertdeposited -with her another and 'Mrs.' String; + !Perry and daughter Miss Georgia ,

and displayed. I fellow, is Mr. O'Connor's" guest at tb"Calhbage Mobile Register: Mrs. Edward D'Al- left Tuesday noon to visit Mr., Given by the

A lovely Japanese ;plate was presented Two notable presentations! took Patch. emberte and son Harry leave to-day Charles and Mr. Willie Perry in Meridian
by \the hostess to Mrs. Douville asa place. --+- for Pensacola, Kati to visit friends. aiiss.Ilr. .

souvenir. One was the presentation of a hand f.1 RRIE'D.'' Mrs. D'Alemberte, who has been 0 PENSACOU PLEASURE

Miss Fannie Caldwell won the first some coal vase by the Friday'After: Mr. Edward Pyle and Mrs. Eva M. John Sherman of Mobile, who
prize which was TL, Japanese'plate: and noon Euchre Club, of which the bride Anderson were married yesterfla] has been the guest of Mrs. W. J. Ber CLUB r
Were Mr. Douville the' m n.'s first prize is a member. niorning, at the residence of Mrs. M THEY.LAUGHED;: *' left yesterday for home. '.
which a cribbage board, while ry \
was The other was the arrival of the Burrow, mother of the bride. Rev
Mrs. John' tillman was awardedtrio a Julian S. Slbley performed the cerecjony Music Barrio's Orchestra :
"Tin Tub Club led by Rv. A. T. by '
At the Arguments on the Packages.The for Blue RibbonVanilla I\
of monkeys. Ask grocer
canning at eleven o'clock after which your
Sharpe, wno entered the in a ,
Smoked'and Charming refreshments were taut! I parlor dainty refreshments were served 'Mr' husband of an Ohio woman the extract of, known. purity. ADMISSION 25c
barte Mr. chain of tubs and people Mr. Sharpe 'brought: home some packages' of
served and everybody
ingly Mrs. Pyle left on the noon train
bald handle of tub followed
'Donvilie adieu trusting one a : Grape-Nuts: one evening and there was Burnhans Testifies After Four Committee reserves right to
and Mrs ; for a .brief trip to northern cities, af G. B.
Miss Inga Torkelsen holding the other
they will enjoy\ 'a:pleasant summer and handle while her other hand graspedthe tre which thsy will resiae at No. 40(I much -discussion, but let her tell the Years.. rejects objectionable parties

return for a jolly'winter., handle of another tub held by one East Chase street. The wedding wa:i story. G B Burhans of Carlisle Center,
.-....- of Mr. Frank Boghich's hands, strictly private, only the relatives o "Two year ago 1 1 was thin and v. Y, writes: "About, four years
THE TENTH ANWVEWSARY his other holding to another the. bride being p-r-esent. sickly and :Buffered so from indigestion a'o I wrote you stating that I bad
OF MR. AH0 hfii .S.'J; G; YNIESTRA Minnie another tub T .was.very nervous and could not been entirely cured of a severe kid. BOSSO'SIce
Packedon then Miss Byers,
WAS+ BRILLIANTLY CELEBRATED.The and Mr. Edgar Day, another, ,tub end ENJOYABLE; BAY PARTY sleep at'night[ was not able physically : I ney trouble by taking less than two
Mr. and Mrs ', mentally perform my duties Kidney[ Cure. It
reception given fcy Miss Marguerite Wrighton.They ; FOR MR. JOHN SHERMAN. or bottles of Foley
J. Gonzalez Yniestra Monaay night t" paid their respects to the and was constantly: .under the care of entirely stopped the brick dust sediment Cream Factorycan
celebrate their' :'tenth wedding aunt ivrsary I ;An enjoyable bay party was giver I cur physician. I had tried plain living and pain and symptoms of kid
bride and groom, and then, still en ,
was a Very,large affair attract. Monday evening complimentary to Mr,. and all the different remedies recommended disease disappeared. I am glad furnish you cream In
ing something like 350 callers, who John Sherman, of Mobile, who hasbpn I by friends but got no better. ney to say that I have never had a return any quantity. Satisfaction
made the occasion,memorable ... the guest of Mrs. W. II. Berry, One day my nusbaaj: brought home of any of those symptoms during the guaranteed. '
the The decorations,were artistically designed The party spent several hours at the< two: yellow boxes and said. "The grocer four years that have elapsed and I am PHONE 1326
and carried out by the bride's; fi The Best Is What We S,1l." life tSaving Station, returning shoo: wants us to try this food and report evidently cured to. stay cured and SAM BOSSO. Prop.
sister Miss Marguerite Wrighton, and midnight. how we like it, he thinks it will help heartily recommend Fcley's' Kidney
Miss Minnie Byers. I those who went were Mr. and Mrs. );op.' I. read all it said on the boxes Cure to any one suffering from kid .of
FarmSmithfield The guests mere met at the door by W. T. Bidwell Mrs. Annie Dooley;, about; Grape-Nuts. and I remember! ney or bladder trouble. For sale by
the: ushers, Air. Frank _Boghich, bit hits Stewart >Mrs. .Wm. Hall Misi; how I )laughed at !it, for I though it W. A.Ip.Aemberte' druggist and, GULF CITY COFFEE CO.
Joe Baroco and Air.Arthur Quina who To Miss. Lizzie Rauch, Miss: Eva Berry:, foolish' to think food could help me. apothecary. ,
received: the gentlemen, and turned, Miss Leola Berry, Miss Mamie !Berry,, We liked:and enjoyed the deliciously I Roasters, Blenders and Shippers off!
the: ladies over to the matrons of honor Miss Nannie Berry, Miss May fialasr crisp and new flavor so we kept on REMEMBER THE O. R. C. PICNICON
Mrs.-J. E. long Mrs.VJ;:J. Fauria and i ,:John Sherman. !Mr. S. J. McRae. using Grape Nuts, not because !we JUNE 28 AND BE PREPARED :
Mrs. J. E. Hoist InvestigatePure ': ;! Air G. L. Payne Mr Henry I* Moore,, thought it would cure me but *because TO ENJOY YOURSELF jn9tf : Fine CoffeesOUR

Tie bride and- bridegroom received Mr. Harry C. Hbllister! Mr. Woollen,, we liked it Notice, Joppa Lodge No, 6, I I. O. 0. F. :
their guests in, the parlor which was I Air W. V. Cole: fir Gus Willa, Mr,. tthat time we ban no idea what All members are especially requested COFFEES ARE SOLD BY AL1.
Virginia cool and attractive in decorations ol Food Henry Jeudivine. jesults would ie_but now I am to attend regular meeting at GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL
ferns; and potted plants massed and; ;j -+- anxious_ to have the world know that hall to-night at 7,30: Tuesday, 19th, \
banked where,#r possible. '! MRS WItJSON ENTERTAINS to-day I am a well and strong woman for nomination of officers. :
in whit and mentally. I gained .HY FLEETWOOD: ,
The briite: was gowned Persian iawnTrimmed'wlth"lovely law Our store has been tried and NEW CITY FLINCH WWCH IS over 30 pounds So not suffer from any A. T. COX, P. Secretary. I

Hams and a beautiful band made bertha. She was found to contain nothing TO. GIVE: ORPHANS: OUTING. ot the ,old ails and I )Know that it Iso THE STORY OF A BASKET
wore a white girdle fastened with a but the best of Groceries", 'ana' The New City Flinch had a delightful Grapel'nts alone that I owe my restored Bay Lodge, No. 2503, K. of H.
pearl buckle and'looketf as girlish'and Pure Foods. Also to be clean. meeting Tuesday afternoon wits L health. They call me 'Grape Bay Lodge, No. 2505, K. of' H. meets OF CLOTHESTake ;
charming as'.op' the original occasion,, and perfectly sanitary. Mrs. C. M. Wilson, Jr. Nuts' here in 'the' home and all of my second ;and fourth :Friday evening .
A little higher than some and the groom looked even prouder 'NEW ARRIVALS, Delicious, fruit punch and bonbon;i friends have asked me the cause of it every at eight o'clock, at Odd Fellows' it from the standpointof
than then. ; were eerevd during the game, ant I all q'have persuaded several of themto who has to hunt anew
Others but- and happier Asparagus Tips ..S5c: can and of old hall on West Intehltnda St Visiting a woman
Back of the' parlor was the dining fancy whole 20c cake and ice cream after the gamE use Grape? ots everyone brothers cordially.-invited. ,i washerwoman every week
( benefited
Asparagus has been
room in a wealth of bamboo' and Ivy French ..10c ban which was very interesting. them who has-done, so R., P. RE' SE,-Dictator.JOHN I and it means a lot of hard work
Artichokes )
gracefully drapes'rom'the club will give the ch>! ren ii]L and I wish it were In my power I Taken from
eing The and the
vines, garlands L. FKXEY, Reporter. I worr)
French Peas .25c'cau.. who is sick I to give . .
corners of the ceiling to the I the; Pearl Eagan Home an outing or L to induce everyone I standpoint: of a Star patron it
.. and 25c
Mushrooms .15 can: I food a trial We
of the table where they were Bayou Texar Thurscfcy afternoon thU- lot of hard work and
center; :Anchovy Paste .. v.25c' jar times a day REMEMBER THE 0. R. C. PICNIC;, means a
fastened with a bunch of red and white There will be a picnic at the Easi have Grape-Nuts three ON JUNE 2>i, AND BE PREPAREDTO ; worry avoided-and for a cost
it" Name given by
carnations. Suspended from the vines, : Hill.Boat Club house from S to 6, ant I and never tire of ENJOY YOURSELF. Jnl9tf I about the same as the washerwoman .
were Japanese.7abterns'snd. the sideboard every provision is being +made to assure -. postunrCa, Battle-rreak: Mich. f ,, and think how much ,
,::1 ; ,folks a happy tlm Ten days on this nourishing and I It -
Sol plants little !
held potted
Calm & Co.The and mantel the. digestible food will show' Escambia Lodge, No. 15, F. & A. M. better
Punch was served from this table bj I The next meeting of the club wil t completely down from improper I' (Special communication of
bride's sister Miss Marguerite be :'with Mrs. C. S. Bonacker, Ute anyone 'Who is run Lodge No. 15, F &
the ROSEN&IUGER I street feeding _a great change, sometime Escambia The Star Steam
boll ELDS
Minnie Byers East !
Pure Food Store Wrighton and-Miss- worth more than a gold mine because D A. M:, :wilf beheld Friday
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In white Persian lawn.. Miss Wrightoz] g evening; June 22,* at 7:30b'c1oc
the joy and spring
'and pink! ribbons I (MrC: W. S. Lee, Jr.. M. Stephen Lee, it may mean Visiting Laundry.
wearing a pinTtjSash health in place of the old. Work- in F-C; degree.
Southtnt Comer Palafox and "sash and blue The Fancy Grocers I II heir sister Miss Julia .Lee and he]: of perfect
Intindenclt blue : invited.
and Miss dyers a., ; allst "There a rea- brethren fraternally I 114.
"- Mrs. Norman Farrar hare returned Trial proves. I I'w 87 ESarOen 8t. Phone
I guest '
r.ft>bons. f :. 'CJi:: BUYER, PentacoU. FI.1
Phones 4T8 The big' reception hall. 'back of thE in Phone 397. l'e saf:8Ia.: ; from of Perdido the house where party they werE<: S on Look 'In pfcgs'/for: the famous little I W. G. DAII' >EY,. y. M. I I .
I dining, rotsn TOS"' also: beautiful members occupyiDg to.WeUTille." Secretary, |
7r 'pnery:, The", 'vines *1V rele liEhtllr 1'r ....o..... i is {Mr. Clemi 's cottage and consist. book, "Ths'Bo&d
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Are You a "Butterfly" Man i I .: Real't Estate \' Latest City Maps

There ate many men who live lives 'of enjoyment,4 I BARGAINS '
FOR $4200, 0 I I CAN. SELL YOU A : :
with no thought I of the morrow, with the. very few. STORE BUILDING .ON WEST IN. or Sale? V V For Sale

who. like the ant cont'.nually: labors and sets aside I TENDENCIA STREET, BLOCKS .

for the rainy day that is sure to come.Don'tbea"Butterfly"Man. -WEST OF. PALAFOX, LEASED FOR> .. you 'wil! find ths"! office prompt
'North Ws".4 ,Block 12
S : and attentive, always willing to A of CITY MAPS
PER YEAR. THIS' IS TEN PERCENT West King Tract, 6 lots .._ 'advise and talk with you about. -
your property. .
INCREASE IN VALUE. __T___________: _- 350.00, all SUB-DIVISIONS, BLOCKS, LOTS

'. 10 of the prettiest building i V :CHANCES IN NAMES OF STREETS

It takes a "hustler" to along In the world and i' V .If you'll put the price right! ,
get :
accumulate a competence for that rainy day. Start LESLIE, E, BROOKS,; lots in New Gityv- overlooking -, Come and ,talk it over with us. .(inaccorlaracc"with"City Ordinances) will
now! Buy a piece of real estate tand !'wtchlie4: : {{je: : Phone.462. 'V j' fisher Building the Bay. .MONEY.: TO. LEND, '- ( be received in-a few days.
value. real estate pavs a handsome ,
grow Improved I Several beautiful lots in .
annual profit besides its grpwth in valueas._ ,a whole. I.I ... in any amounts at the least pos-
." HE WANTED the residence"portion of .sib e cost These.:Maps are mounted on Good Heavy
Ask for our list of "money- akers:: / 1

1j j.: WANTED_ coot: Apply-at, N_444'U E. North Hill. FIRE INSURANCE : V Linen. and, on. Rollers and. are UP/TO/

,..Main S street r. 4 S 'S" 20june3t"54 For prices and particulars V placed in either of six reliable DATE in every particular.

Pensacola Investment Company i be good Job printer and sober.. Apply I II

to Jr A. Sanborn., .C rabele, Fla. L s. BROWN-fi CO. .
A. H. D'ALEMBERTE, City Manager.W. I IL 20jiinelw. '

B.KKOWLIS, President. JL B. SIMPSON, ,cntrl. I i'WANTID-Wman'' ) cook and. light I Company, 201.14 Thiesen" Bldg. "We Sell Lots." HOOTON & WATSON.

J.L ST1LLMAN, V.-Pres. ani Ceo. Minifer. KNOWIIS HY21, Tmjursr.Kael ,' housework in small .family.! Good
I' es. Apply thts morning at ,51S Agents New York
'-w ;
slate, Loans, General Investments. East Government. street, 20junltTAILORESS Life Insurance' Company. For.Farm Turoentine or Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.

S 215 South Paiafox Street Pensacola, ,' Florjcia0 -or seamstress;' steady Timber Lands, 'HONE 54 No. 3? :i. PALAFOX ST. P. O. BOX-'L ,. V

--,- work; none but good help need 'ap-- 8 El Government Street. LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITY
'-; .. ply. Call at E. W. Wntl: er's, 12 West Call on or Address -" 1
Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. T '
Romana street. 17jlw S
Turner & Aymard -
Will Double In IMiliing I WANTED----First-c'ass hat' cleaning.. Real Estate and Abstrat Co. Loans I
pressing Old hats and made Cleaning: P. 0. Box 115 DeFunlak Springs,Fla Real V Estate. ,. F F. J 1. WHITE & C CO,

Some Good
guaranteed. iPanamas, 50c.. Straws, Things and j
25c. Felt, 35c. Derbys, 25c. Victor FOR RENTA Artesian Well DrillersFor

Value Inside For> tab Louis, 100 E. Intendencia street All : V -

: S S come in.. ,19 jnlm : in Real Estate. \ Desirable Summer Location for Collections. Saw Mills and

Turpentine Stills
RentAn erght-roamed furnished -COURT HOUSE Especially:
A1\'TED-Carrier boys at The Journal 5
On East Jackson and Gadsden house on Esc'ambia Bay. Lotsof
;: of Year :Cheap V office. V st.reets.where the car turns off 16th fruit chickens cow and horse and Geneva, Ala., and Graeeville Fla.

a -" : WANTEDMen and boys wanted, : ave. into Jackson street, in block 9i; buggy, house screened, good pano.! N. McH. OERTING, We have three new first-class : V
of I have five
the New Tract.
learn plumbing plastering VS brickv!: City Can be reached twice a day by train
I laying. Special offer life scholarshipfifty .i lots, 100 feet running through the reaching: Pensacola at 10:30 a. m. Notary Public ing machines. We are prepared >
That is what a great deal of real es block. These lots face south the V .
: Consisting of two portable boilers and dollars on and leaving at 5 p. m. -For further
easy payments; position in wells from four to
tate f In Pensacola is 'going! to do and engines, one of 25 h. p.. the other 16 h. guaranteed; free catalogue .Coyne car line, overlook the bay, the prettiest -particulars address Hooton & Watson, Phone 466. V put twelve :nei.

Some of it is in the following list: j! p.; two sawmills; combination plain. Bros. Trade Schools New'York. .Chi: biilding lots in the whole of East rental agents. P. 0. Box L., Pensa- in.diameter and from one hundr.. .1>

Half block in New City fronting er, matcher and edger cago, St. Louis. t 16j j jWANTETbrAble Hillr very desirabe: :neighborhood. cola, Fla. 19junelw sixteen hundred feet in deprh.,0
Calalonla! square. .. .. .. ....$750 80 ACRES OF FINE TIMBER. V [FOE qu'ck sale they go at . .$2 tOO .. _. .' .- Money to;Loan.MFS .
The east 8 lots of Bock New ** '****+ ***t ***** '*** ''ft**"J V V* do our work promptly. We
171 *
***t+tf>f*+ guaran'satisfaction. ;
Half block in East King Tract ln This Is not old, worn out junk but : bodied men, white;l .FOR RE.W-Five-rOOm cottage, i
settled neighborhood.$700 all is in good repair and does fine 25 to 35 years old, for general work. City Tract. between. .14th and 15th Gregory, near Railroad shops, $81 j MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody bor-,I .
work. Located one mile from Chip.t i $35.00 per month with board. Steady av: s. and 10th and llth' streets one per month. C. R. Yaeger, Thiesen rows money from Jno.. A. Hall &1
One-fourth block on Toledo square, ley Fla. i work. Apply by letter to L. S. W-, P. block from the car line. They are building. Phone 686. june19 Co. 14%! E. Government St. When innee'd We give the best of references.Ftlisscllaneous .
New City .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$800 For further 0. Box 187. Pensacola Fla. 16j3t pretty lots and a good: speculation I call on us. II
particulars writeS .at. .. .. .. .. ..-'-... .. ..$1550I I
Lots on 11th and 12th avenues,NewS i ,' FOR RENT-:Modern 5 room houseon : : 'I

City at. .. .. .... .. .. .. ..$200 WANTED Traveling .eal sman for 9th ave., between Gregory and MONEY LOANED on all kinds of p:rroaal -
.S COURTWRIGHTFARABEE have two beautiful lofs on the conner Sts. to J. Hall 506 E. on short notice., _
200x132& feet on East Hill carlIne Alabama by the largest and most, Wright Apply property wJuw rsvmu" n J nuJt
southern house : of Jackson and I8fh Ave.. over Jackson or phone 837. 16j1w Terms J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W.Romana. .: NOTICE machn
.. .... .... .. .1 .. ..$1250 pxgresSv, whiskey easy. Having installed : j
Lots in East King Tract or West & having an established trade to turnover looking' the bay, two blocks from the '1 Phone 1165. Ifeb, for the manufacture of gatranuztiiron i
Applicants must car line, two blocks fr6m the foayoa, "FOR- RENT-Modern two-story house I cornice
King Tract very cheap and on easy to good man. skylights, cornrJr.-
terms. Improved property in West S state age, experience, ,reference, sal two blocks; from the-bay>facing south. with large grounds, partly under MONEY TO LEND -On good real estate .i ters, circular mouldings, etc.. 1 am now

King! Tract netting 10 per cent on investment .' t ary, anntftl sales,.expenses and losses. This is one of the' prettiest building" I cultivation, locate7 in northern sub, security, or on good collateral: I I prepared to do sheet metal work ot
lots the whole of; East Hill: The rates. Leslie E. Brooks,
Address Z. Y. X., this Office 16J8t urbs. For information address or at lowest I all kinds on short notice. Sa'\;;faction .
Chipley, Fla. P. 0. Box 30.," property Is well worth JSOO, would be apply to the Pensacola Investment Fisher building. 21jan assured. Estimates cheprfir
S See us In regard to Lake View Hay. cheap at that price. I '\1m sell the 1 I I
Prettiest 1 I WANTED-Sober, industrious man to Co. 9juae MONEY LOANED on all klods of personal given on work in or outside the cit
en Property. place In New two lots if sold at once or.$775 i
Is solicit and collect. Good openingfor I property on short notice. I Chas B. Vetter 18 W. latendenns.
Bayou Texar.
City and on
right man. Apply .to-L. Van.Winkle I t: I FOR RENT Cottage, furnished' or Terms easy. J. W. Bullari upstaIrs Phone698. %Sma):1i
I Brosnaham A GOOD INVESTMENT-Business unfurnished, on bayou for summer.
Manager, Palafox St., Phone 1144.V .
28 South
D. Hale Wilson & Co. property, corner Barcelona and Tntendencia ; % -
Pensacola., ,:. \QJuA6; Fine water front for boating, bathingand 6 nor
I : ft. front SANTA ROSA-Pavilion, L. S. S ,or.?
Phone 234 15 South Paiafox A BargainIn ; r. streets 49 on Inten! fishing. Beautiful location, near ,
dencia by 120 ft. on Barcelona. Rented car line. Address ,Cottage, care Journal UNLIMITED amount or money to ioaa fers the best accommodation "
WANTED-Good man to"work In yard. under lease at .J420.00 per year. At:. 6june on all kinds of personal property. I I bathing and recreation to be found "E
and in house. 619 N.Baylen. St. an extra expense of $300 the rent can' Special rates to business men on large the .Gulf of Mexico. Launch Let :

8june. V be increased to $540.00 per year. The FOR .R.ENT-2 nicely furnished leans. Tbe New York Loan Co.. 204 H leaves city wharf daily at $:00 a !m.

Water Front Property :'Know prospects of an increase in value are rooms for rent to gentlemen only. South .Palafox- V Phone 659. Ch-\s. H. Burton, JFgr.

FOR SALENew WANTEDEveryone The Journal has niee to, clean\'o1d that pa. good. .. .. ., .. .. ..$4200 Apply to" Mrs. Hester 420 W. Ohase 12may.

eight room house with hall,10th.. $2500For pers bundle.for' sale cheap.. Only five. cents List your property--, with me and twill St. Phone 1095. 2junelm HOTELS: Vvwv If you will look around the h"u-e,

a VS ,.i sell it. FOR.RE. T-A. R. has storage J WV will find lot. of in .
; Ave. and 16th St. This place has to be: V Bingham I you a ways whI':<
; 2-story, 8-room house, lot 240x room for rent, suitable for fur. COMMERCIAL HOTEL. DsFuniak! you tan use old newspapers You
- seen to be appreciated. .. ..$1750 WANTED-First-class carter for colored
I 250 on Bayou Grande. Good water.S2000 trade. 1010- MONEY'at the market rate of Interest niture or other'goods. 104 and 106 Fla.-New management; newly fur: can buy them in any quantity at 'hs!
1-rlng or
Lots 3, 4 and 5, block 140 New Ring
real estate.
on city !
South Tarragona street. Phone 639. nished; free bath and'sample rooms; office. They are put up in bundles
+ _- S City.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$603 I ] call dummy at Sylvester depot, Warrington Campbell Store Fla.,near good meals and good beds. Travel convenient to carry and sold at fIVE

Blocks 125 and 126, Petterson Addition V FOR RENT-A nice 5 room cottageon ing men especially solicited. Rates $2:I j cents per bundle.MATTRESSES .
I 24 aprl.
.S water front, new six room For one-story cottage on water's J. W. Bullock Jr. N. Spring St., with bath, gas, etc per day. Mrs. M. H. Stanley, Prop.

house on same .. .. .. .. ..$1,600 edge lot 120x200, on bayou Grande. I VV at $15.00. Inquire Fisher Real Estate 29may. AND FURMTUKi--

Block 63, East King Tract.$2,600 WANTED Room 405, Thiesen Bldg Agency. ljune Mattresses made to order; o. i on"renovated. -

r. Lot 7 to 14. inclusive block 171, $3200 : I Phone 16L FOR SALE OR RENT":"'A five room PARK HOTEL-Why pay $2.50 per: .. New ticks fa-n.-iIJ.!

New City.. .. .. .. .. .. .....$1,600 WANTED-All owners or poultry to cottage with bath and gas. No. day when you can get as good room Second hand furniture ro ;gln; an :
(Buys one-story cottage, 5 rooms, know that we are agents for the cel. 1107 E. .Cervantes street Two blocks and bed for 50c. Coolest p'ace In sold. Upholstering! and rei'-t'f'ne' 10D*'-
on Bayou Grande, 63x250. ebrated Conkey's Poultry Remedies from street car. Apply to H. W. Pensacola, and you can go out and get 114 E. Belmont St., city p'aone 77\
JA.WILSON&Co. aranteed: to cure.rupe,. cholera WantedW&NTED Gibbs, care of Forbes Store. what you want to eat One block from I Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis, \lgr.I .
APPLY TO gape and to kill fleas lice and mites. 26maylm.V postofflce. 22may,

Real Estate Agents, Also their wonderful egg producer F. Cypress tank, about 20,000 TAILORING-B. L. Diamond, Tailor.
S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. .234 gallons capacity; second hand. Ad- FOR RENT-Elegant two-story residence OLD MILL INN-On bay front Opens Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and!

Salisbury Building, Room 7 Mrs M L l. Surgi ISa'pr.WANTED. dress C. Gunter Emore: Pensacola, corner Strong and Spring:; Sts. June 1. Large, airy and delightful., repaired on short notice. No. H\j J
V V .Apply to C. H. Turner. ,
Fla.. 19june2t lOmay ly cool. Good fishing, bathing and West Government St., Fensacola Fla.
-The public to know that I boating. First class table. On electric Idee.J. .
Care M. E. Clarke, w: can do all kinds of repairing 'SI!. ALF\fAN-TIn, Copper and Sheet! FOR RENT Two very aesirable car line, 15 minutes; ride from city.
J float building, norse shoeing, 'eto. J. Iron Worker; cornice work and skylights -! stores on first floor of Manhattanhotel. Regular boarders and transients.
; Pensacola,. Fia. G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27fet a specialty; roofing, gutteringand Corner Garden and Baylen. Terms reasonable. Address Old Mill H. PORTER, zaimaner, 716 South!
Just completed and arranged in first Palafox street Orders taken for
repairing 31 o South Palafox St Inn, Pensacola, Fla 4may
WANTED-To" sell a lot of old papers Phone 560; residence phone 1316. class shape. For terms, particulars, .. tents awnings, camp stools and noun
at 5c a bundle. Apply, at this of- 2junelm. V etc., apply Hooton & Watson. 29Apr' BROWN HOUSE DeFuniak Springs. cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljaa.

fice. They are all whole, clean and FOR RENT. -.-Second story crer Lin- Good beds, airy rooms, elegant
nice. WANTED B. White wants your denstruth's jewelry store. Suitable! meals; free bath. and sample rooms. SHIP CHAr-1)LERS-McKinzle-
hauling and transfer work. Satisfaction Special attention to 'traveling men. Ing & Co.. wholesale and retail '1111
w iIII : for offices, sleeping or storage -
WILL BUILD HOUSES-rOn install- guarnteed. Address 1501-N Lee Daniell. Rates $2.00 per day. J. R Brown, chandlers and grocers, only first )JOM
ment plan, or cash., You pwn the Sth Ave., or phone 981. 24apr\ Prop. house of kind in city. Fair prices i>'j al.
I lot I furnish the money and bull, V
FOR RENT-8-room, 2-story Cottage
house. You pay monthly same as
rent, in a short time house is your tick furnished i if desired.,
Pay rent 20 years it .still! belongs to lugraham. April20 Before laying your carpet or matting Wlllie Mima! Proprietor. Furn.
teed. taken
0 and Guaran'l
up of all kinds, car: s
the other man. Will alsodown if I buy a supply of old newspapers ture repairing
lai desired. Leave
wells with .good pump. 2inch"galva! WANTED.-Real Estate for sale or to put underneath and protect It. Only laid, furniture packed for shipper
Green & Watson. Phone 193. 7mar
nized pipe with brass cylinder! attachment rent, lea e or exchange. Your business five cents a bundle'at this- office. Phone 63. Next to Tampa Landing
will make water fly from awell See the Piuto Water display at Hoo- respectfully solicited. J. A. Wil-- 2Apti

40 to 100 ft deep, a child ton's Pharmacy. James McHugh son, Real Estate Agent, 22% W. Government -., FERRELL HOTEL- Jjneads.' V Florida.
wholesale agent .. ljunelm street. Room 7, :Salisbury:: CARRIAGES repaired and repamteiFloats
Save "both by conferring with us can pump it Costs .but little more Rates $2,00. per day. Nice rooms
when out to buy REAL ESTATE. See: than the_old .djug welLs All satisfactory building. Phone, 172. 23Jan good beds, table the best J. M. Fer- built to order. Horse slueing *
US about some qf the following: I beforeu pay a cent ,Get my WANTED-Everybody' to. call.and. I ell, Prop. "S _"" I7apr a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carmg
Store' 'N. DeVfllier street,., jentlng:t '. rices." F. M. Williams, Contractor see the Perect Pantry. Lawhornand Co.
for $180 per year. .. .." ..'..$1500[l S ,.. -T, and' Builder, Room SOS" Thlesen Build Blackburn, agents 109 E. Government LOST I HJTEL VERNON-"-Rates: $2 -
House'on. North "(?' street, cheap" :THE GREATEST BARGAIN lN ing. Phone. 8,02". 1 ring., ljunelm. street, ,( ,27maylmS -nrtrr fljwflrflflfltfl WJWflfll.fln Special rate by week per
.. :." . .. I Special attention -
at..., \ sA .. .L. $600 REAL'ESTATE J'N : V LOST-One black pocketbcok with to traveling men. Pree Picked Up.
THE -sam-
S House on Eat 'Aragon: street only' WANTED 12 or 14 foot skiff. Apply --'
WANTED-Your stenographic, work. large' sum of money, owners cards : J. -
ple Mrs. P. Mauldln
room. Prop.
.. .".$550! stating particulars and price.
; ; CITY. Pensacola 'l'ypewrlferchange. therein. Liberal rewardif '*
t. and
98'e; ; f'-.gOOd" farming i land a t 315% S. Paiafox St Phone 379. Thos. C. Watson. 37'S.. Paiafox. left papers at Water Company's office. 15apr. P/7CKED/ UP-Red and white spot1"1
'1' bargain at .. S ;.$1000 FOR QUICK SALEr 27 may SOUTH I cow, having more red than 3:'
Four blocks :In. West Kng! ; Tract,'f Two of the most desirable! blocks In 23may. V 16jlw HOTEL .:-Open all the spots, weighing 275 to 300 IDS! ' V

each.'.. ...,....., .-$1000 the New City tract.-near car"line and WANTED.-All kinds or electrical brand K fore, year. American and European plan. 8 or 9 years old. Been around
S We have numerous other proper WANTED-We want your orders for LOST-Black mare. on I Special summer rates, Fr"t: lass in place past 18 months. Owner 1*
overlooking the bay. work. I sell all kinds of electrical barn at time of fire
ties listed with us and It'would payS 1907 Art Calendars., Over 300 original shoulder. I every respect Pleasant and conven. have same toy proving proper: jt
S you consult.. before making your t: PRICE, $3500 A ,BLOCK.'" designs to select from. All batteries and other electrical supplies. ; Thursday morning. Reward for return -: lent Mrs. T. I,. Bowen Prop, Pen paying charges. M. E. HendfrMuscbgee Ii.
investment I II. price a.' Mayes .Prin ng Co. Pensacoo'J" When you need me ring 345 or 953. i to Sam Sunday, corner Hayne sacola, Fla. 15api Fla. 14juu'VI'
We are In receipt of advices S from I. ALL OF THE MAXENT TRACT': .'16reb. E. W Peake, new Star Laundry building and Strong Sts.- 10 june -
1" i E. Garden. ISdee. c
the fire Insurance com panics, represented 1WESTOF"C"STREET NOW FOR -I V" -- CENTRAL HOTEL!, CHIPLEY-Op.

1? by us "That all losses in California :l WANTED,-Electric work of ah kind. depot Large and. well lighted
will be SALE. V }: e c'an' four fans COURT HOUSE D EL'\G. Pressing Board Rooms.ONE For Sale. .
conflagration promptly Let us repair; your and rooms. Free sample room. Meals at __ u '
ta paid "and that THEY WILL- CONTINUE 'cV .MONEY- TO LOAN_ ,AT LOWEST idynamo; TO FURNFSH ABSOLUTE MARKET. :r OF 'INTEREST. V Pensacola:: -Eleciri; 0$.. '2Q3 S. ., Mrs. T. J. Davis Prop. Your patronage men. U.&O per day. J. M. Tug. FOR SALD Having sold my r .!
}; INDEMNITY: AGAINST LOSS BY I Baylen. solicited; .satisfaction guaran PLEASANT ROOM to rent wth: gle. Prop. ; ISmarlm dence, corner of 12th avenue
i FIRE AS.THEY HAVE DONE FOR r[ ON teed. Careful attention given ladl 5' privilege of light housekeeping, 301 S 13th street, I now offer for s'V:

f \ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS. :THIS. CITYC,BOUGHT AND SOLD. WANTED.-The public to know that garments. Phone 1222.WANTDCarr1a'ges Sfeb W. Chase St. CHIPLEY IjOTEL- Can. Setterllnd, household 'goods and: one cow *l, .
k Protect' your home and business old 'n newspapers can' be bought at, Prop. Special.attention! to commercial may be seen on the prem:ses
agaInst! loss by fire by insuring ,with ,._, I this'office for five cent*,a bundle,'Theyare repaired and repainted FOR' RENT-One or two newly furnished travelers Free sample tad bath Tuesdays and Thursdays, between V t

- & as. I all clean and nice. ; floats built to order; horse front rooms; southern expos- rooms. Large'rooms yith good beds. hours of 10 and 12 a. m. C. W Herman ,'i

Fisher(Real Estate Agency shoeing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage ure?, .with privilege! of phone. Location $2 per day ,13m rlm 19jnr-
i-iESCAMBI. REALTY CO. WANTED!-A.. -IJlugham want Co. 27feb desirable and near business center V V

COLLECTION OF: RENTS"A your moving and hauling. He: guarj 422 W. Gregory. ISmaylw BAY HOTEL.-Open, aitfit and day, FOR SALE-Herd fine Jersey cia' '.-

: 204J/2: S. Palafox Street V r VS antees all breakage. .Phone'.630., WANTED.-The- Merchants Transfer European plan. Rooms: ll jit and cows with well established n I
;( Telephone 1052. 'SPECIALTY.Phon Co. :wants your moving and banllng. Old'newspapers. at five cents a bundleat clean. Transient trade solicited. route. No competition. Cows a '
1 General agents for State for Home : WANTED-Table boarders..,203 W. All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Toor' this offic They are an clean 575-579 S. Paiafox, Jis. ,3. Nlco1&u,, business first class condition.! A"1

1 : Life Insurance! Co.. of New TonyK : 87. .20S $. Pjrtafox; St Gadsden- St.. Miss r .Robinson" ,, 17j. 4.1ien. Prop. Phone 978. ISJunela and nice Prop. V 5 S. A. Taylor CenturY Fla ll1nf"' 'Il'

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Legal Advertisements McMiIian Bros. Co. ...'.......-..... ..................t4..+4...t.: ....3I. .. IRECTOR'Y

Abstract .. i ...
Pensacola Company
be entitled ulAn Ordinance to sell AUStEY e COMPANY Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F.

Incorporated' to' William A. Blount certain portions I. i if' Joppa Lodge. No.6, I. 0. 0. F..

-sires to announce that they: have compiled at a great expenditure of Lots Twenty-four and Twenty-ftve meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30\

:ime and money a complete and up-to-date abstract plant and are of (Block Thirty-four of the Water o'clock st Odd Fellows Hall. Belmon*

"11\f prepared to furnishABSTRACTS V Front of the City of Pensacola:" f' V COMMISSION BROKERS i anl Baylen street Visiting brethren
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR' are cordially invited.T. .


: 11 WEST
to all..classes ot real estate in Sec.vl.. That the Mayor and City I 31jan6m. .

AND ESCAMBIA COUNTY. Clerk are hereby directed ito execute
PENSACOLA and deliver to William A. Blount a i Private Wires 10 t( and Chicago.IcOITON.STOCKS.GRMN.PROViSIONSandBONDS Pe2 cola Lodgs, No. 3, K. of P: :
The attention of property holders and''prospective purchaser Isdirected deed in fee simple, without warranty, !.' ,, meets every Monday evening at S

to the following special features of our work: V from the City of Pensacola, for such V ? ; I o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall

1. We are specialists in our particular line of work making ab. portions vof lots Twenty-four and over lou stable W. Intendencia St.

Twenty of Block Thirty-four' Naval Sort i Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. ,

&tracts.We do not buy or sell real estate and have no interests to further the Water* Front of the City of Pen- Savannah Ga., June'19.The naval J. A. KIRKPATRICK, C. C.'

to give our customers unequaled service. gacola as have not heretofore been stores market closed today as follows: HORSLER KofR.&S
except 2 Our improved system of indexing enables us to turn outwork conveyed to the said William A. \VJ\V', .. .. .. .. .. .. .$4.80 t It Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment.

he greatestpossible despatch. Blount !by the Commissioners appointed WO. ., .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 4.60 A k Meetings or the V
V with, 3.: Our abstracts are prepared In ft neat. attractive V and convenient and acting under the act of N.. ._ .. __ .. .. -. .. _. .. ...45M. Reference: First Kitisnil lad Peoples Biakt Phone 1173ANNUAL < _Ji Knights of Coiumoua

form A special plat of the property abstracted is furnished freeof the legislature of the State of Florida, .. .. .. .. .... .O' I. O's .. .. .. 4.30 are held at heIr hail,.
entitled "An Acrto Grant the Water K.O': .. O'. t. .. S. .. .. :. .., 4.2aI ... No. S West intenden-

f C4 "our FEES are REASONABLE and our work AOCURATE. Front of the City of Pensacola FlortaV . ... .. .. .. .. .. .. 4.20 0 cia street, on every V

valso issue a Daily Bulletin of all transactions of a commer- approved June, 2, lS99. upon payment H. .. .. .. .. ... ..-. 4.20 .wr 7:30 Monday evening at

,,V 'ire. recorded in the clerk's office at a subscription price of to the said City by the said William G.. .. . .. .. :. O'. ... .., 4.05 ,.'1 V vttaUon o'clock. Aa in-
rai <
\t 1'> per mo th.PENSACOLA. A. Blount of the sum of Five F._ _O' ... O'. _.. O'O'- .. .. _. .. 4.00 DIVIDEN'bSV to visiting KnIghts. b tended V

$ Hundred ($500.00)) Dollars. B.. '.. ... .. O'. ... .' ',. .. .. .. 3.90 JOHN B.

ABSTRACT COMPANY, Passed June 14th. 1906. D., O'.' ... .; .. .. 4.. .e .. .. ..3.70 cannot be lost and. be used to J. S. LEONARD, Grand JONES KnW
PHONE 393. 114 N. PALAFOX ST., HARRY 1. GlAHAM, en.Mgr. Approved Dane 18, 1906. 0.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3.50 they may Recorder.: !

----- CHAS. H. BLISS. Spirits. Turpentine:... 5n cents. reduce the. each if the insuredso
I Mayor. -- -- premiums year V. Daughters of Rebekah.

I Attest: AUSLEY A CO.'S REPOWTSUverp.ol chb A life I Endowment with Naomi Lodge No. 10. Daughters of
For Sale For Sale C. E. MERRI'IT.Clerk. Cotton Mark.t. ses. or Policy Rebekah, meets every Monday nIghtat
,-,- "--* .W.JWflJtrU1flM.J1M rLVL J.VrnVVrfl tu OtoM 8 o'clock in I.
r-LrLrxrj-j-ir'LrLJVV-i firu-if 0. 0. P. hall
Jrxrj V'
+++>+**+*'**** fami- : E One and Holsteincow lan..r.b................-.. 158 annual dividends in the UrtiQp'enti l Life ing sisters cordially invited to Visit.
all-round FOR SAJ Jersey be
SALE-One good .... present
FOR mss AN ORDINANCETo hb.-Xtr......... 561MuvApril /
and harness. One top bug. with young calf. Apply .563 the
1)se! is
11I'a y new. One good wagon. A. Alice M. Strother Big Bayoiu 17Jlw* provide for the confiscation of Aprtl-M17.............--............ .... 661XayJnam. most satisfactory. V, MRS. B. R. WITKOVSKI

E ffu.ner, Bohemia Fla. Phone %-16. concealed weapons unlawfully carried: ................................-. 5.TS MISS WILLIE KENDRICK, Sec.
"ph.-Im. FOR SALE-Don't fail to get my Be It ordained' by the. Mayor and 1n.-Jiy _...._.. p." ................ ...i.78. B. S. WILLIAMS .General Agent. 11. E. B. A. No. 81
prices. I carry, a full line of building Council of the City of Pensacola: lul7' IIra-\ ..,.t...J............ .... .....5.77.A4g5.8.peT2b '. third meets flrst and

FOR SALE-Two fine.mUch cows witb.oung. material Sash doors and blindsa Section. That any concealed !!'..?......................,1.tI Thiesen Building. Phone 608. m.. Ra3ord Wednesday Hall, No evening 10. West at 7:30 p.
calves; can' be seen at No. specialty. Joel Prater Baylen St. weapon found on. or about any person gepteabar-Octobw 6.61! den cIa street Inte*
C. B. McMillan. 17june arrested for the violation of any ordinance c.ciober-N'01'lmber ......... V V Vt V V V
:us:i E Gregory. wharf. V ... A. G. FELL Pres.
; of the City of Pensacola shall betaken rOYembtr-n-m 6.59 ---
11)june.)} possession of by the officer D.o.s*r-lall1l..ri. :.....V.'..............5.59 -- J. L. SWEE EY. Sec.

TEl DRINKERS ATTENTION FOR SALE/ 16 milch cows one bull making-the arrest and turned over by I! Liverpool Spot 610
Must 1 sold by I Pensacola LOdge No. 4, 1. 0. 0. F.
.ou want a delicious cup of tea tryOwn" for sale cheap. >e him to the City Marshal, who shall retain i New yort C.ttm MtrlwCOpm Pensacola No.
Lodge 4
our Blend it is superior to any July 1st Applyjta A. .Herschkovitz" the same until after the trial of I V Hlf Low Clot 1. O. O. F.,
meets Thursnar
ADD A LITTLE DAYTo every veiuns at 7:30:
uouiii tea on he market. Only 60c Warringtoni y __ 8. ; :-J) ---V-r ij- r ISjlw T j i such person, and if such person be!' Joly 10.W 10.50 10.31 10.32 at the new hall on Belmont and Bayle"
per pound. A valuable ticket ia every convicted shall be forfeited to the ugu.ri' 10.33 streets. Visiting brethren
package. New Orleans Grocery Co. FOR SALE-A team of. goo ....mules. City of :-Pensacola and the Marshal Oetobo19. U.i5 10.34 ia84 invited. E. cordially
Phone 105. Jas. McHugh Prop. Apply to Molse'DeLeon\at'new pow shall sell the same at public sale DteemJ.u..lIM5 10.50 10.39 10,38 J. NEVILLE. GREENBLATT.
"June. er house navy,yard. 15junelw* under the direction of the Board of V ; '-, the man with a little money and

Public Safety and account for and pay Wheat 2
who wants more the best plan and that
FOR: : SALE-Finest car load of horses FOR SALE-Nice, clean old newspa- over the proceeds thereof as in case Opa Blti Low GIOMSept. Live Oak Camp No.1, W. 9. W.

ever received in Pensacola. !tlc lU. pers. All whole and useful at homeor of fines collected; but if such personbe 1.17-........ V EJ which has been the means of getting meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rJ V

lan & Turton, West Intena'encia St. in your store. Only five cents per acquitted' said weapon shall be returned ..... ..__ SZJ6 Wednesdays in each month. Visiting

6june. bundle.. to him. The Marshal shall V ConuOja more than any other, is to sovereigns cordially invited. V

keep in his office a record of 'all Well Low 01... F. A. BOGHICH C. C. V

FOR SALE-Remington typewriter."Rem FOR SALE-Boat builders wanting weapons forfeited as aforesaid which Jdy. 'J i 61"Sel LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.

," care Journal _6junelm small tots'.of Juniper can have the shall show the disposition made of t............ 61" OPEN A .SAVINGS ACCOUNT

same cut to order at $5.00 per hun each. ,
FOR SALE Retail grocery' store. dred. Capt Bafcer,.of.launch Section 2. That all ordinancesand PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL .i f Pensacola Si. Andrew3 and '

down town. Apply A. Greenhut & Ruth or send orders to F. .C. Eaton parts of ordinances in conflict RAIliLWJAY COMPANY.Schedule V with a good bank, and add a little each\ '
Co. SjunelGt Boggy. Fla. 13juneywAUTOMOBILES. herewith be and the same, are hereby Summer Week-Day
repealed. Effective, June 19, 1906. V day, or each week or each month. We Gulf Steamship Co.

See the. Pluto Water display at Hoo- .-I am agent for the Section 3. That, this ordinance Steam Train and Electric Car Schedrule V STEAMER TARPON.

ton's Pharmcy. James McHugh, Pope Mfg.;Co. and CaD sell you autos shall take effect: immediately upon its Between Pensacola and will add four per cent, compounded.
wholesale ljunelm vfj. ,BaYou.LvPenR&Co W. G. ARROW, Master.. V
from 50000. up. They cost less than passage and appi *semi-annually.. ,V ;i :
horses to keep up.;"V They can be run Passed June 14th. 19(W. ..'I .i I.; Big Bayou. FIRST-CLASH: PASSENGER AND '
FOR SALE We have a lot. of keg*. in'sand or anywhere a horse can go. Approved June 18, 1906.V G a.In.\ 6:20': fl,0: p.m FREIUHT SERVICE: V

suitable for flower pots and other [ Leslie E. Brooks. CHAS. H. BUSS 7a.m: 10 p-ni.t; 7:30 *11:30p.m -Betwwu- V
purposes; .also a lotof whiskey, syrup I Mayor. 8 n.m. 11 p.m.-.8:30: PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHI.. V

and other barrels which 'are suitable FOR; SALE -Ten'' new md/'sec III't Attest: V 9 a.m. 9:10: COLA. CARRABE LE. ST. AN.

for packing crockery or fish and cured f second<< tsnd office safes different C. E. MEKRITT, 10 a.m.'ilO:30. i DREWS MILLVltLE.
meats. We buy all kinds of barrels sizes; best makes at bargain prices. .Clerk. V V 11 a.m. lll:80 FIRST NATIONALBANKoF And all point on St ApaUwhlcola.SCHEDULE Andrews.Bay,
and clean them Sup. 12. noon I 10112:30 p.m. Carrabeile and
and re-cooper ScarfitV Moreno-. office. East, .Gonrn. iJ V J. .
ply always"on"5and: Iflyou'need any ment. St: "" V" 24mar LNORDIItAETo 1 'p.m. :--.r' '1:30: V .,.
Fetsacoia sunday, 8:30
barrels, or have any for sale ,rlng.u 2 p.m. 0' 240 V Leave p
M 'J_ amend Section Four Hundredand 3 h 3:30 m., for
Phone 235 residence phone p.m.
up. (442) of Article ((3) of Leave Pensacola Tuesday 8:30
Forty.two }t V P-
Co. Geo A. FOR SALE.-improved ana unlmpro\ 3:30 p.m. 4og.:
Pensacola Cooperage ,
Alcanlr.ITmaylm. ed property in all parts 'ot the city. Chapter, ((18). of the Co 'e., of Ordinances 4 .mV .... 4:3&: H.Kxowtis Pre.. V W.K.HTBB,J*.. V.-Pr-and CasUe! ?. m.. for St. Andrews, Mlllvitle Apa.
Pres. No. 9 S. :
V Carrabeile and
of the City of Pensacola. T. W, BBKST and W.N.BOBIBTS. Aast. OuSiers.V lac lcola. intermediaiapoints.
J. A. Wilson & Co., Real: EstateAgents 4:30 p.m. 5:00 DlBCT01ir.. O.Breat. W.'JL Blotmt W. H. Knovrlw. W. K.. flyer, Jr .
--- V Room 7, Salisbury" building.. Phone !BB IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR: 5:00: p.m. ., 5:30: V. y O. Q. Brent For additional ijformarlon apply tj
FOR SALE A 23jaa 5:30' 6:00:
lot or old ,newspapers. 172. : p.m. J. R. SAUNDERS
Put up in bundles convenient for : ,?{ 6:00: p.m. 6:30: V E. R. COBB Proldenf

carrying. Only five cents per bundle. MARINE' AND STATIONARY EN. That Setlon Four. Huhdrd and forty-' 6:30: P'm. 7:0: > Gen. J.*r. and Pass. Agv.
two ((442)) Article ((3)) of Chapter ((18))
Apply this office. GINES for sale. Wonder Gasoline 1:00 p.m. ltSO V : Pensacola. Tit. V
V of tha Code of Ordinance's ot the City .
Engines are the slmpliest, strongestand 7:35 p.m. 8:00: r No.5603. __ _ ___
CITY MAPS FOR SALE 'Hooton ,& best engines 'on the market for of Pensacola be and the sa.meis here- 8:00: p.m. 8:30: V i

Watson have just received a large the money. Send for catalogue. Ed by amended, so as to read as follows, 9:30'iSaturday : C.W. LAMAR, President. JOHN PFEIFFER, Atslstint Cashier. ROUND TRIP SUMMER :
VV 1 ;.
viz-HSec. 442. Any who V I E. Cl.ARIV1ciPresidentand Cashier. J. W. ANDREWS, Assistant Cashier.
supply of the latest city maps, showing B. Banks Pensacola. Phones 1377 person engages on'y.' : M. '
all of the subdivisions.: The maps are 577. Sjunelm the services of any. public \ and V :

official) and down to date and are and licenced vehicle with intent to
Between Pensacola and Fort AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
Mounted on heavy linen. RegUlarprtee. defraud, or cheat the owner or driver, Barrancas. THE; CONVENTION RATES :
FOR SALE-Second hand 25 H. P. of such of I
$2.50; special price on lots of vehicle out the rate established Lv Pensacola. Lv Fort Barrancas Round trip summer excursions from ,'-
boiler. Will'sell cheap. Apply to by ordinance for such services! OF PtNSACOLX, FL 4.
five '
or more to agents or real estate 7:15 a.m. 8:00: a.m. all points east to Pacific coast ana: : ;
men. Hooton & Watson. 8may New Method- Laundry.. ISApril and who 'With such Intent refuses to '50 a.m. 11:00 a.m DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. northwest from June 1 to September V

FOR SALE OR RENT Two lighters; pay such gendered'rate at the if demand time such be made services 12:50: p.m. ': 2:00 p.m. .CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.009. 15 with special; stop-over privileges! V V
are '
FOR SALE-I umnaking limited of.
a to October :SI: 1906.
h50: 5:10( good returning ,
one with capacity for 75 thousand ft. p.m. p.m. V
fer on 12 lots,in northeast New City therefor shall be punished by a fine at Los V
7:00: DIRECTpRS. N. E. A. meeting Angeles,
''umber the other thirty thousand 6:20: p.m. I p.m.
not dollars
exceeding twenty or by
within the town limits and near the {
Rates reasonable. Also two imprisonment not exceeding thirty 8:30 1>.m.* 9:00 p.m. Henry L,.Covlngton Frank Reilly, F. E. Bra -ner.J. ..July 913. :
Lake View Haven properties with at Denver Colo "
skiff boats for sale cheap, 22 ft. long clear titles an'd. excellent elevation at days or by both such fine and .Im Saturday only. M.Pfeiffer W. 8. Rosasco, C. W. Lamar, Elks meetln'g July
-' ft beams. Telephone or write J. A.Ohaffln prisonment.Any Bryan Durmody T. F. McGourin, J. R. Saunders 1621. V V
$720. I offer: single lQts in the same Steam train leaving Pensacola} at Summer rates to Colorado June 1 \j .
& Co.. Milton. Fla. 2Smar driver or owner charging : A. M. Avery, W. ". Milton 0. E. Maura ;
vicinity at $60'and $65.per lot on easy tempting to charge more than the 7:15 a. m. will stop between Pensacola. W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzIe Oertlng, to September 30.
ON THE HIGH LAND-East Hill electric terms. (This is to the trade of white Sections Four Alex McGowIn, C. -1. Covington, M. E. Clark. Hotel Men's Convention Portland, V
people exclusively. Elbert A. Clubba prescribed by and Big Bayou only to take on June 2528. V
car line six lots 100 ft. front Ore. V
l by 13Vi deep corners J700- Inside Box 112 City ISjunelm Hundred and Thirty-Four (434) and passengers for points beyond Big Safety deposit boxes for rent aUMO, JWO and &.oo the year. Prints apartment Use tha splendid through serviceof V
Four HuniiYed: and Thirty Five (435),
!lots $600. There are no better situa, shall be deemed1 to have violated this Bayou.. Steam'train leaving Fort Bar in connection' .for the convenience of customers.FoiirpeVcent the Southern Pacific from .New Orleans

tions than these lots. A. V. Clubbs. TEA DRINKERS ATTENTIONIfyou 5:10: m. will stop between ; Union Pacific from Kansas
ordinance and shall 'be punished by a rancas at p. interest Paid on Time Deposjtt., "
delicious cup of tea try fine of not exceeding twenty dollars, Big Bayou and Pensacola only to put ,- '.( VIVJ City or Chicago. ,
FOR SALE-NIce. clean old newspa. "Our Own" Blend it is superior to any not exceeding V Through Pullman tourist cars from
tea the: market.: 60c or by imprisonment off passen'gers from beyond BgB : 'I't Atlanta, Montgomery
dollar Only-
pers at five cents a bundle. This of. 'on thirty days, or by (both such fine.and '
!fice.KEUl'LAR. per ppund.. A valuable ticket every :ydu. Other steam trains will make etc., and from St. Louis and Chicago(

V package. New- Orleans" Grocery Co. imprisonment.Provided. That all Ordinances and all stops. Each electri9 car makes all V to California. t -
HACK LINE-From Chip- Phone 105. Jas.. McHugh, Prop.. Write'me for literature and infor
In conflict Vro..P .
parts of Ordinances here; stops. HILTON GREE p.1.uroBJr. T.\VjtLLS3, aiDiE.U.BUSHNFLL.OxsHIBB. V
making connections with mail!!
7june. SlANESTELD MOKESO! ,.1sn.O..l1ml3 mation.
: with be, and the same are hereby re- above schedules and.regula- '
uuuch for .The
points on St. Andrews bay. J. F. VAN REXSSELAERMGeneraf VV
Extra teams- for traveling men. Good peal ea. ti s' ubject to change without notice. Citizens National Bank Agent .
14th 1906.
Passed June ,
(nes, comfortable vehicles. 'Call on Approved June 18, 1906. Local Freight Regulations. of PeasacsU FloridaBIPCCWZS. 124 Peachtree St., Atlanta Ga :
Professional! ctOry : I
or addles, J. C. Sinclair,-.Chlpiey,Fla.f'le OKAS. H. BLISS, V j jGee. R. O. BEAN. T. P. A.

l1onp No 74. 28apr Mayor, Freight shipped by the 7:15 a. m. W.Wright JTorriBBe r. I.E. Welles. Eli M. Ecbiason. L. Hi'ton Or esa. G. W. ELY T. P. A.THROUGH .
train will: be received only for points V
FOR SALE-Economize by purchasing Attest: A ffIVE.n BMWINO'' BVSIHISS TRANSCT ::IVMSVRLTRR
be ----
beyond Big Bayou and will not
choicest of Hill at T G G. YATES M. C. E. MERRTTT,
lots .on East 0a1 V V received l later than 7:05: a. m. All -- V V V .
$$300 mlot: no present need of paying Clerk. other Week Day' trains leaving Pen [ hAuTE R'R
HOO i-i\ lot and $750 for 30 foot
a OPTICIAN sacola not later than 3:50-p. m., carry
rlp (>.f barren sand. Three beautf In Escambia County Circuit Court;; freight for any point, but freight will Improvement Bonds.
ml! sit > of five lots each at $1500 for 306 THIE8EN BVILDM State of Florida. In .Chancery. Rosa not be received later than 20 minutes CiVtyof'Pcnsacola

ach quarter block; not over 100 yds. Kimball vs. Frank H. KimbalL Bill before 'scheduled departure'of trains.
from ,' .., Denomination $1000.00 each. Dated January 1st 1908. Maturing January
KJune "rlc car. line. A. V. Clubbs. .Divorce. On Monday, the..6th" day The 9:00 a. 'm Sunday 'train may 1st -1936. Redeemable an. 1st. 1926. Interest Payable 8emI-Annually.
-, WM p. HOWE, of August, A. D., 1906 the. defendant, carry light perishable freight under ,
AT Frank.H. Kimball is required, to appear some circumstances by spec'.al: l per WE OFFER FOR. SALE THESE.BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE, IN
SALE-Fine hotel site; best BU- ATTORNEY to the bUI'filed against him-Here mission. Electric car will not carry > AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER.
ua!'en ;n the city for a tourist ho- EAST GOVERNMENT ST. be published of
14t/a in. This order to once freight or packages any descrip-
tel, 130( rest: fronting south: by'172 feet -.. each week for eight (8) consecutive tbn, except medicine urgently needed. Bank of

deep:ookine en East Government street, over. weeks in The Pensacola Journal.-, Shippers are requested to bear these The Peoples Pen.sacolai

Seville, square and Adams newspaper published in.said Escambia regulations in mind that inconvenience -
tree; Pensacola Fla.
th view Penpacola ,
open County: A. M. McMillan Clerk Circuit may not be caused. I

hay Japr.. $10.000 will buy tha property. Court. By L. O. Aymard D. C. V These freight 'regulations subject to {

Pensacola Fla., May 22. 1906.V change without notice. V
JUST RECETvEDr-Lerge; shipment (Seal) 23mayoaw8w V
"':...V Any further information regardingpaaenger
taported Olive OIL Retail by pint. : and freight schedule can be R' M.Cuy, c.A.rtCDe: rln ;.,. .
-;auoa *
or larger G. fm.
: quantity. Morasso V
"' Co V bd' >y applying' the general office: V V Wholesale and RetaOJTtaler ii '
!Ship cnandlers antf grocers. 701} REWARD V 1 '

(Palafoi._ 4oet. ...V $100 ofltte. : company. earnestly requested Steam, Domestic Anthracite 'VJVl..V' !
Passengers are V COALOrder
t V
'Olt 1\ \\LE-For' sanitary purposes 1 A reward of $100 will' be.tfvea toj toTpromptly. report .to the general and Blacksmith

Tenisee).we in stock Ground HydrateJ the capture of Jaqe ,Haney, escaped office any inattention to duty or dis Ofice: -No;: 43 South Palafox street. Telephone '3..,; :

:;*) at 25 Lime in strong paper ba'gs from convict camp. Description:' *' '! courtesy on the part of employees and yard comer Tarragona and Gonzales streets. Phonea S 'ana 372 !
cents at ware, house. A. :make specific criticisms of service. wTl{' .1 -,
\ i ,".)bs, corner Gregory and Alcajz -, .. ..- feet 7 inches; 130( pounds; inedjum V JOHN W. LEADLET ,
8june build;, age 21; carriage erect;, brows Manager. '-V --_ SERVICE .
:ro.n SALE-Palr spotted ponies 5 DR.J.H.MOCKDental eyes black hair;-* complexion black;; p __ 1- .. .--- V V V L.&N.E.&T.H.andC.&E.I.VIA V

IV, ,' rs old, sound and gentle. Don. medium forehead; medium ears. round. ,. V CREW NOTICE. ; YOUI- :

I'rell.and cart:; just the* lhng-for! chi! $urg Qn. nose; medium mouth; good teeth- ; >, Neither the captain own I ICE COAL and WOODfrem. 2 NASHVILLE Vestibuled Through TO Train CHICAGO Dally *O V V;
Hmman ;
& Hecker. nor consignees of the
Century. short : ,, J
chin neck
round ; ; square'shoulders V THROUCMSLEEPERS..oDAYCOACHESEW
!!..a._:_ a ss Huttonwood will be .responsible I : the :
: __ _._ 23inay Work a.Speclilty,,I : ORLEANS TO CHICAGO V
Crown.and Bridge of feet 10 Inches
; length ; race!V
for '
I'OR .. debts and Fuel .
V Ice
contracted Company.
SALE-Registered Berkshire Painless Extracting of TeeU. j Consumers' DINING CARS SCflVllKl AU. MEALS CN ROUTEO.B.8ILLJKAN.O.P.A. V
hogs nation scar on left arm. V by the c-ew of said.vesseL .. S.LR0GERS.1CLAZtEva.YLLL .
; best of breeding. Ask for 28J/ S. Palafox St V Office-Corner Chase and Tarragona. V V 'PbOD..25J. i V ,
Catalogue. Setterlind. Chipley 7 and 9 Old Armory --- ___ w- -
Phono''t077.: Cantonment V GULF TRANSIT CO, Consignees. i-- V


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MORNING, JUNE.;I 20, 19 0 6.
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iRESSEQ'BEEF[ : I < .',' :. : :!- \,-,.. ; .'.., ,..:....., ., ,
[ Prise 3-erned Modest, but It Could : -
r : "
: Not Be.Paid. .. -' ,-.< ". '
You Need Pair of f Light - ::; ':' :;'-, ::' '
a : ,
rAri .
Arabian author, Al Sephadi, ,' :' -,
.i. (. ';' !'.,. ;.'<'_ .i!; !, :;
; relates' tie. following 'curious. anecdote : ,'". .. f "'",'p''h' ;
.. DEFENOED"'BYI J '- -'
i '
: "
7: ;:f.: '"
: A mathematician niifled Sessa, "' -
Summer OxfordsThe the son of.Dahar, th'e subject of 'an :

t [ : Indian ,prince, hating invented the The

". PACKERSs1Continued game of chess, his*.sovereign ww: ,
: highly pleased With 'the. inventionand ;

The weather demands that you wear wisning to confe'r:on him some "
light easy shoes,' for either street of -f- reward worthy.of his magnificence, Art of Ijjjf.'iV

( from First Page) 'j desired "him"to, ask, whatever .bethought ,
S office wear. Our shoes possess that t :
I atpiIit ispossible assuring ,
':lor: 120.per dozea.-r,At, !
; snappy style and appearance that"men to put up a good 'article, but II it would l be: Ranted. ,The mathematIcIan : ;,; : .

like so well, while the material and !i4s"too .high'Jar some: ctasses ofraije.NowNthere J, however/'onlv asked for-a, .BREWtNG : :: '
is a brand that we
: I! grain of wheat .for-the first square
finish are only such as enter into -.- sell to" jobbers for O".cents a dozen I q
:: cans; and of course nowhere' near lof the chessboard, two''for' the Eeq- .

the same quality as the higher'priced l :I ond, four for the third, and so oh Beer. We have im \

article When.'you ""conside .:that the. to. the last, or. 's siity-fourth. The '? is ,perfected in American Quejen:

First Class Shoes purchaser gets 12 pounds ptlneat.'for, prince a.t 4rst was almost .i incensed methods L of the best old world
Realy : cost masterly
90 cents, to say nothng pf .the at this demand, conceiving that it 't ported' ,
[ of preparation, cans, labels, shipping American in-
ill suited to his-liberality. By modern
expenses etc.. you will of course un: was brewers and installed every
derstand 'that It is not th'e 'finest':ofbeef. the advice of his courtiers, however ,

Every pair made for absolute. comfort However, it is all clean and he_ordered his vizier to comply,with' vention for perfecting these methods, and offer you

wholesome. 'The difference. 'i is jsimpliii / Sessas: .request'but.'the minister I
and ease. Call for a Hanan,.Cro ett or i* '
: ; '
the grade of meat"used/ -, ,,
when .
much astonished havingcaused _
a Douglas shoe.There's a: reputation I ing At Co.the, as plant with of the the other,.National large"pack firms, was the quantity-of wheatneces, 'i 5

.5 back of every pair to sustain, and you'll II it was 'required that ,,811 "'products. be sary to fulfill the prince's' order to.' .5. AMERICAN (QUEEN j jS

moved promptly and when any article be calculated, he'found that' all:the ,
S not be disappointed. Prices range from remains over-thirty.days a 'repprtis grain in the royal granaries, "and S

: $2.50 to $6.50. necessary, and' an effprt is 'made 'to all that in those of his subjectsand The I
. up dispose of it even at a slght! reductionin an example of the highest high-grade leer. materials
S ', : in all Asia would not be suffi-
\ -
the price. the market'schoicest.
chosen from
used carefully-
SS What is said of one. of. the packing cient. \ I'
firms, can 'be sa.ld.of''allof, them as He therefore informed the prince S \ V Ifl Our brewers are finished workmen in their departments

they are ,operated, undr-substantially- who sent for the mathematician and t\ .l ; we take extreme, ? precautions for cleanliness I JIII
WHITE regiilatlfijps
the rules arid ,
THE same
JOHN TORE Each of the firms,' whenqueried regarding candidly acknowledged that he was and purity, aging the ,for-mbnths and sterilize every J

the sale of putrid meat as-I not rich enough to be able to comply bottle that there isho possible excellence of inherent j

Phone 225 205-207 'PALAFOX strtedjhat such sales' were'not.mac. with his demand,,,tn'e ingenuity of .
S In fact, said ihey, there '.was'no.1osi'-I' which astonished him still more t J quality, r. w1 gjr? final l perfection if

.... ..... __I:1:: -, _-'- IIIJ't --- be! way 'in which purid meat 'couU" than the game he had invented. Am not attained. 'AmencanQue Beer.

: --__-___ ---.-- --_ be possibly used.: some When of.t it 'might was suggested be,corned,'* It will be found bj calculationthat '.. 0. ...Ie at dttb hot 1t, cafes and salooac. Keep it in year home.iemmbeTthfiadandwafdrtor .
the sixty-fourth'term of the euTneit064 or pickled one of the gentlemen .1.

stated that, if; .putrid'meat double progression, beginning with t .=. 'I-'. F =- Acme, Brewing, Co. ;
SHIPPINGS NW[ was put down, in brine It would swell unity, is 9,223,372,036,854,775,808, S : J MACON.GA. ....

to barreL extent as to.:; burst.oPen' ..' a,. .and the sum of'all the this ,_ : ,

_l At all.of the? plants/"visrifed 1 S>y-The double progression, beginning :with S '\ iS

Cleared. Journal representative there was no.I unity, may be obtained by doubling S \\\

\ !Port Sonochan. Urg. bk. Rote 1112, evidence, of uncleanliness and. as far the last term and subtracting the \

for o egUa, with 46,800 s 'ft sawn timber as the reporter could see ttorlng- a 'first from the sum. ". The number "

141.329's' ft deals and boards, C:lose inspection, therewas.nothing on: therefore of the grains f wheat required -
That means good luck, but It don'trequire'good ,
luck to buy good clothing for Marseilles, with 612,156 ft sawn. 1:land but meat ofthe'first. quality.1Te I to'satisfy Se'ssa's ,demand _ S _, .

&nd furnishings! but timber, 34,83.8's, t- .ft deals:: .- and boards.VESSELS That IOrniCIiiaua will be 18446744073709551615.. -- > 'i'C" "

In the course of great rivers, islandsare Now, if a pint contains 9,216 BASEBALL
Good Common SenseShow
generally formed by the strandingof .of wheat will '
grains a gallon contain
Steamships.Buraby trees, shrubs, plants and such things YOU COULDN'T FIND A
your good sense by calling on 73,728, and a bushel (eight gallons I ,
me for your Summer Outfit, Suit, Hat, Br ss, Thomas 4' 2361, Galvestou brought down by the current: Id the ) will contain 589784. Dividing Following are the scores in the 'big
Shoes Hosiery and Underwear and! Mackenzie river of Canada'the whole league games played yesterday:
to the W. S. Keyser Co. the number of by this BETTER TIME THAN NOWt
you will have the good luck to get the Cayo Maazanillo. Br ss, Cowdy, process of island making in this way can grains -
.5 :best goods, as well as the nbbiest: 1908, Galrestou, .to Gulf Transit; Co. be easily observed. 'Trees borne down quantity; we,,get. 31,274,997,412,2.95 American 'League.
end neatest, at the least money. the banks the ; for the number pf bushels necessary .st. Louis 3; Washington 2, take up the subject of life insurance. The Equitahk
I Dora Baltea. Ital ss". Figarl. 2601 from_ by undermining? action offers advantages not given by others and poh'It'that
:And don't forget Ji) carry a fu'l line of the Indian Cleveland' 0; Philadelphia 2.
Genoa, to: Gulf-Transit Co. of the current usually retain con to discharge the. promise ? .
S attractive but
are not.only are positive investment
of Boys' Clothing,Shoes, Hosiery and Dundonian, Br ss-Smith, 2123 New I siderable mass of earth.and stones entangled I prince. And if'Ve' suppose Chicago-Boston Detroit 4i; New,York rain.1. Send us your age and address.

Hats. Orleans to F. 0. How "& Co. In their roots.. Theliere'torereadily :.. that one acre of rand Ta capable off -
Beginning June 20, to July 1. Ear swood, Br. ss, Fayn 1840, Pt sinki; and by doing so_ .
10 PER CENT DISCOUNTon .cpnj j\f J>producing one'year thirty bushels National League. Insurance Gen'l Ats
,Inglis "to J. A. Merritt & Co. ,
siderable" shoals l ,
Ichtli1i of wheat it would 1,042,499- Philadelphia! 1 J St Louis 3. Knowies Bros.
all Clothing for cash. require
Federica, Aust. ss, Zar, 2261, New "
Fire Life ens3tob
regular'vegetable isla.nds. .tfhen a Brooklyn-Cincinnati, wet grounds. ;
Yours for good goods : which, fa"more ii
Orleans, to Gulf Transit Company. I 913,743 acres, : .t4
thicket willows wet r'
,6f small covers the New York-Pittsburg, grounds.
S __ .... ..
Huttonwood, Br. ss, White,2533, St. eight times the entiresurface, of the 7 S "c: ::" )
their Boston
0 5.
newly formed land and 'fibrous ; Chicago .
Vincent to Gulf Transit, Co. di r ..
globe, for the met pf the earth j -
roots to bind the whole
JOS.COLEMAN John L. Inglis, Am tug, Olsen 98, serve firmly.together. -
Pt. A,peaty soil is formed, y'the, being taken! at 7,930 mT s, its wholes'and Southern League. .. ..
Louisianan Itoglis.'to master r,.ss,.:'"bod, 2385, New gradual(decay of the've'getatio'n', including S surface, including lane water, Memphis 4; -Atlanta 1. ....."........H..........I4.......H.6............4e
212 S. Palafox St. Orleanes to -the W. S. Keyser Co. the trunks,Qt th4f trees, and on this will amount to"very lttn ejiiore'thaii: ., Little New Orleans2j Rock 2; Montgomery; Birmingham 3. i NeAoox..A. :

Phone 727.NOTICE. Mexican.: Brit. ss. 2728 Slater, from many new varieties of plants spring *. ,jow,o >rIVPV, square'i'; acres. Shrereport 8; Nashville 7. Iron Works Supply Co. 1
New Orleans, to Gulf Transit Co. up. Sometimes the isiand''clear its If the price of a bushel} of wheat : and

Monvlso,, Revelor 2774, New moorings and floats away down' ,stream be estimated aVl tli ':value of the South Atlantic Leagu, : Manufacturers and''Regainrs i: MA'CHiNERY AND 'BOILERS, t

I Orleans to Gulf Transit-Co.' until it isagain.arrested, obstacle above tity b4 ly exceeds Charleston 1; Jacksonville 0. FORGINGS, MILL ,AND :STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
Parkwood, Br ss,' Hiibbard, 1102.. or it may become a"sense Vater-: that of all qt ttll pr earth.Follies .- Savannah 6; Augusta 1. : REPAIRS A SPECIALTY: Prompt attention given to all orders f
State and County TaxPayers Cardiff to Pensacola Lumber Co. logged and]subsde1osetoibttom.\ / ? f8'j'richtoithe.; -, ''Macon 4; Cbiumbia: day or night Agents for: James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and .
In;this latter case"It often jjetV'coveredover <0 r Pj' :: Timber Dogs, also chains of all descriptions.: Office phone 123 Resi *
Ships., with mud. and sand, which forma SS tho Password. ; dence phone 1029. P. O. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr.
I will commence June 20thto Harvest Queen. Brit ship, Forsyth, new. and more permanent' land surface t John Boyle's 'BattcFtun.S! Certain' Working Russian immigrants on ....++O... .......... ........ .. ..........t .0
S Janiero order.Nordstjernnen. It. : John A. ijiassachusetts
Rio : to above ij Boyle, .a .
make up my list for publication Nor ship, 1,635. ':. man, took part in the 'civil war and reaching' England without money

: of all unpaid taxes for &Iraksen Co. La, Gijayra'," to. W. -S. Keyser -The' Soulful The Girl-What Te t. if'1:>the true liked to tell about hia.experiences. }II have tionauthorities been passed, by although the immigra the M....."' >+'.''.''. ''''''.''.''''.''.lOt).''.....H.iIF .

the year 1905 on real estate. I Barks.' test of poetry The Poet-Well, if one I At a meeting one evening\ he told should have been rejected under tta

Pay your taxes at once and De-gregort Gio Botto, Ital bk, 129i can get a poem accepted that is written about the experience: he had at the I -aliens act London I
new says pa- MEN GOULD ONLY
save the cost. of advertising. Genoa, to Rossasco Bros. on both sides of the paper" may battle of Bull.Ruh as fqllows: |I" They were passed wh n they | 1
King Malcolm, It bk GUfi, 1233, Ge- rest assured that it is a good;thing. I "I saw.thQ men drop their guns per. I,
S. ROBERTS declared themselves to the Social i
tOHuges & Co. ,
i.oa and
and run,,sol dropped mine ran, '
State and County Tax Collector Luis, ItaL bk. 1591, Montano, from' Every man Is valued in this world I as too, but I was.chasedIby one of the Democrats and by replying to the I REALIZE: t
Nolloth to master. be shows by his conduct that he wishes 'following question: "Are the operations -
who had his his hand.
L-- Lake Erie Itl.'bk. 928. enemy,
Efigan. Bas-
of the directed
be against
11 SAFES SAFES 1 SAFES 1 SAFES I som to Master. / .to vaJued.Brnyere.In [I ran the fellow, a good ,race for two all! society or only agatert !I .the great advantages of using gas to 'took with and the i

Monrovia, Nor bk, 1449, Aase, Ham Short. miles, 'and then I'stumoled and fell governments I the perfect degree of comfort it affords every house .
Diebold Safes. I the Russian government? Only
Buy burg to order.Port "Chumpleigh was down,to the club and him to come ( : wife, ke
was expecting up "Admitted." : we are, sure) would not rest until there was a gas t
Russia. The
Sonoclan, bk
Uruguay 1112, against
Scarritt Moreno Agent. last night and started telling us one and shoot He didn't come, so '
Ferres, Menteyldeo to German American me. I authorities- find : cooking stove installed: in. his kitchen. No coal, wood .
** immigration '
Lbr. Co,: : of his long winded stories. I looked around to see where he :, ashes, dust, ?moke, or ultra-heated kitchen-just perfect :
overwhelmed with impoverished
"About that'horse of his, I they are -
-p-I Spero, Nor.. bk,. 623. Bostig.. Las docked suppose was, and to, my surprise saw him Social Democrats) from : kitchen,comfort. Gas at $1.50 thousand feet makes :
"Yes, hls'tale"
Palmas. and we -
f about
SUMMERTROUSERS Sterling,. Nor bk, Elep'sen! Lablta: City Drovers' TelegramjCOFFEE: sprawled two out from on the ground and Russia. In fact, nobody.but-Social i the most economical of fuels. :

Bay to order.' .. yards, me.. Igot,,. .L up, :I t Democrats seems .to be emigrating
loosed at mm ana saw mat ne naa .
I PensaCOGas Company
Schooners. from Russia j just'now. \
-- : died from apoplexy." ....

165.Donna Belize.Christina, ,- Am>sch, McLeod.. Boyle's hearers asked'what he did Churchill Can'Talk EUck. i Phone '148. 24 and27_ E. Garden Street. 1
next and he "1 for the '
replied, wept
Elizabeth! T.*Doyle,'An !sch,Crouch man that I had run to death." Winston Churchill, the English ......... ..... .. ................ ..............
sr, 641, New York to order. convert to Liberalism, is making a
We want you to see our Frances T_ Tunnell. Am sch. Tun'; reputation for sharp wit. His curt I -
nell, 1239, PhUad lphia,to order.MarrowN. Polite Reproof.
line of trousers for sum- We. are tbe Pioneer-, a woman heckler, "Madam, .
CObb, Am chr; Saunders.; ." A lady once ventured to publicly -, HOTELS AND SUMMER RESORTS. _
mer wear. Of course 260, Havana, to master. Coffee Roasters of London I will not be henpecked, was the
well known so- FOR
I best of the recent campaign.H .
every: summer suit Barkentine. West Florida.MGlGH'SBLiNDS. ciety man for his overfondness of thing I
should have an extra Fuller 'Amba'rkentine The made is now raising a mustache. A : : THE, LODGE I
Hubert ,, 679 good living. gentleman fair lady was being taken in to dinner
Nash, Port of Tampa, to C. w. Oil the he !
pair of trousers. There's himself conspicuous by way by the budding politician. "Mr. An up-to-dateJtIotel with'| ery convenience that Ingenuty; could stiggtor !

S 'honesty in every thread ver. -5- Big.- gorged,himself at a-dinner to whichhe Churchill," she said, *.t like your money command, will be open June the 10th. For rates, etc., address:
and others of the ten had "
and stitch and the pat- Jennie! '_ Hfiflbert-m ,brg} :Wrr,-M;, upper politics as.Jittle as I like your mustache. :J. C.,; S, TIM BERLAKE
been 'invited. To make matters ,
r I 418, Merritt & Co. ." It should have been a
terns are so varied we Havana/o-J r ," I. worse, he was-sufficiently unwise or ; :T.LLULA: H LODGE. GA.
TIHI mr S ..
.have no aAtriat! crushing shot, but not so to Churchill. f
C can please the taste of ANCIENT ROME i thoughtless enough to attempt to -
I His reply was on the instant,
of the will convince the connoisseur Excuse himself with the remark that
man. No matter is now merely.a.memory pastBallard's "
any to
}ra dath not likely coma -
I SQOW JJaimeat is the family : *"ideatingjrell the food you are r-- -_- t
: '
that vye L-praise!! "
what your .is, or the in contact with either.
liniment ot the twentieth
.t size'v;of your pocketbook tury. ,A 'positive cure" for Rheumatism 'make no'extravagant. thereby tion. It using a well kno..yn. quota not to THE BEAUTIFUL SAPPHIRE COUNTRY"THE I
was an
Burns, Cuts,. Sprains; -Neurafgiat
-we. can fit both etc., Mrr C. H. Runyon, Stan I claims. *" .be lost by the oP.lew disgusted FREE MAIL = LAKE REGION OF THE SOUTH."

equally-well. berry, "Mo., .writes:, "I have used' Mid" witty lady sitting at his elbow. _
Snow Liniment .for Rheumatism and "Realty! sir," she observed, witha i
;, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 $3.00 and all pain." I caift, say enough in its. Whoes and RetsllGROCERS sweet smile, "you should not carry BOOKKEEPING AND SHORTHANDto ELEVATION FROM 2,250 TO 5,000 FEET.
Sold all druggists.
S to $6.00. praise. by I' praise to the point .flattery., FIYi:persons in each county desiring to take Goregout Mountain ,Scenery, three magnificent lakes, countless
up \ personal Instruction who will withia 30 days beautiful waterfalls, 'pure and bracing air; trout fishing in streams
either of
n.... Jfodera-- and ADtlque. "; clip- and SEND this nottas to ; Lard Jakes, boating, bathing, horse back riding, driving, mountain
We've got mighty Rose t, the Oe uion. :
Because many antiques are admirable .climbing and aII1ndoorirnusement.'
good socks here in black, is no reason'for denying.the merif and all kinds of freed One day a ,eentlemau gave haIl DRAUGHON'S4li4iIieMcC S

tan and in combination of modern rugs; .There are more rug Stuffs .E: .i;crown to a "deaf and dumb" beggar, FIVE CHARMING HOTELS.

E of high quality -terng, woven today. who quite taken off h'is guard by TOXAWAYdINN, .Lakt' To-xaway'FAIRFIELD INN, Lake Fairfield -
; of colors, at 10, 15 and than ever before, and this Is due principally ;' iJ/ ;such unusual munificence, ,exclaimed now 9pe'n.' i(;' H,.. IKEN, Man opens July 1. W. H. & C.

25 cents. to the fact that there is a better r joyously: "Bless you, sir I ager. Special'rates" during*, June. A. MARTIN, Managers.
market for them than ever before. The Pluto 'Water f 'S. i: SAPPHIRE INN, Lake Sapphire,
Bless ,
ygu ntgomery, Atlanta Raleigh, Columbia THE FRANKLIN, Brevardopens now HUGH WILLIAMS,
United'States alone Imports $4,000,000 'Hello! !" said the g ntleUUln. "Ithough't ,'iShreveport. Dallas or Jack.. July 1. A. LAMBORN, Manager. Manager.ooen. S
worth., a jear about two and a half I' were'eat and dumb?" soMi.; | .. .
. millions before ,the'duty is paid. Nowonder you fTealao'teach' BY MAIL gnocessroUT, CTBEFUrn THc LODQE, Summit, of Mt.- TOxawa,. MRS. PATTON,
andVRetail the -now
"So' open.
Wholesale sir beg'garTut
H 0 ANSON tbat, the shah of Persia DU1'et! ... ., was, extraordinary, replied gecerxisity. -- Letter-writing MONEY Law, Drawing Penmanship, Cartoonlne. Arithmetic ,, : 5't .CRISP, Manager.

the rug weaving. industry tenderly, be- '< your Business English,Banking eta The hotels! arp mod'ern,.and are floea'for perfect,service.. .Address
stowing orders and honorable rewards ;, was! such .a shock-:such a 27:OplKes in IS States. $300000.00: either hotel fo,.1'.te.1.
Capital1 I 7 years'snooe & Indorsed bus!
CASH CLOTHIER. on successful rvg; merchants acd inflicting New Orleans Grocery Co, pleasant sho -to the'system thatit na men.No vacation;enter any Write For descriptive booklet and genera|_ Information address
:- ,the most severe penalties for hag restored speech and hear-, for catalog.- MS1TWH secured or IOHET lEFBIBfB ,
my ( P" ,
YOU MUST mordertoetHomeStudrFREE.write JOHN C. BURROWES, Pres.
; the use of.aniline,dyes or anything: ing. Bless you again, sir, a thou now thus:"Ideelretokno'w7sPend7O2ermad.r ? rhe Hotel Co.
Corner Palifoi! and MaIn culated to bring Persianrugs: .Into'disrepute. !.' Jas zcre about Toxaway
.-Country Life la America. S McHugh I' ,, sand time*FReadThe in tbA published atw. : Special rates_ at Toxaway S ;;r during June. Lake Toxaway, N. C.

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