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 30, 1906
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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In March 1897, the Pensacola Journal was started as a weekly by William Marion Loftin. The Pensacola Journal became a daily in 1898. With competition from other Pensacola papers, the Journal's coverage included a large part of Florida. In 1922, the Pensacola Journal was purchased by John H. Perry, who in 1924 also acquired the newspaper's main rival, the Pensacola Evening News. For the next six decades, the Pensacola Journal continued to appear mornings and the Pensacola News evenings. Both newspapers remained extremely competitive. A combined Sunday edition published as the Pensacola News Journal also became available. A consolidated newspaper, also known as the Pensacola News Journal, began operations on June 3, 1985, and continues to the present. Pensacola is the seat of government for Escambia County, the westernmost city in the westernmost county of Florida. The city sits on Pensacola Bay, connecting to the Gulf of Mexico. Since the early colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was already one of Florida's four largest cities. The big news covered by the local Pensacola press in 1898 was the beginning of the Spanish-American War. The Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them troops under Teddy Roosevelt, who passed through Pensacola on his way to Cuba through Tampa. In the years following the war, the United States secured the peace in the Caribbean through naval patrols and maneuvers based out of Pensacola. In the early part of the 20th century, Pensacola experienced tremendous growth. The population doubled to nearly 23,000 between 1890 and 1910. A new Spanish Renaissance-style city hall was built in 1908. Two years later, the American National Bank building--at 10 stories, Pensacola's first skyscraper-- was completed. The same year marked the construction of the San Carlos Hotel and a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had 21 miles of paved streets, and the first modern hospital opened three years later. In 1916, the city began operating its first motorized fire truck, and by 1924 it had replaced all of its horse-drawn firefighting equipment. The Pensacola Journal covered the cycles of boom and bust that characterized the city in the years that followed, as well as the renewed growth after the Second World War.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1898.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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#. street duel. Both men were .
Resolution introduced i in Senate shot: through the body. The Exercises of Institution 'r >
affair resulted from a dispute # By Associated Press. |will prove .extremely valuable to : i'

over business matters. #: !New: York ; June- 29. Harry- Thaw,: Thaw. He is said to be a close..personal ,.
Ming TemporaryGovernment friend of Thaw wlfp conversed Held at Opera House ..: .
to-day pleaded nt guilty of the aur-j :
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'M-M-- < der of Stanford White, when
: arraigned shooting. : Last Night I'r "
In the court of general ses It was said today that although tee : :
: : sions. His cobnsel\ "with' leave of the defense is ready to go totrial[ at the ,
court, immediately Interposed an earliest possible moment,[there is little
1 IMPORTANT BILLS AFTER[ NEGROES[ amendment to the plea, asking per. prospect of the case being called! ANIMMEIYSECROWDPacked :.) ;
mission to withdarw the pea at any,befo October. It was'also :stated to !; .I': '

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T-iE: SENATE: YESTERDAY.; : r. ": r 4 V IN DETAIL. l' .,

t b x Work on Wharves. ,_' '.. 'f t'

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By Associated Press ,1; ; Failing to reach an agreement with V The second annual commencement L'' '

\Vj: apta! ::. June 29.joint reso- ..+:: ..'"' the hundreds .of. laborers wJio are .on V of Pensacola's leading institution of, f 1 .

1U1 : rovidlng! for a temporary zn.- .'..' : 'a strike for $2.00 per; day, the Gulf learnin'g-4h'e Pensacola High School : j,
the: inn occurred last night at the : ; "
f for Isle of Pines was Transit Company is endeavoring to se- Pensa ,

I ark.:;:| the At senate the request to-day by of Sen-Sen is cure thought men to that break a large the''number", will and be it Large Crowd: at Kupfrian's Park' City i Is Advertising for f Bids f for the cola Immense opera house.seating :Notwithstanding capacity of the '' .. ':.,i'"

; Jjr: an, it was referred to a hose every available space was taken has .
and immediately
the today,
to city
brought ,
.i'.tte" *. It applied canal zone commence .work on the Saw the Five Events Constructing Walks (for Property was expected for if there Is any an. -" ,
i,.',-.runient to the island and declares \, v . the places of the nual event in which the public takes :' -
wharves, taking .
'I [ii.illry, :! with reference to it. 2m strikers in loading the vessels that Yestetfay y' Owners, unusual interest it is the commencement :. ;j.' ,_ 'V
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resoluIM I exercises of '
-f senate passed a jo'nt Cozwzzw the Pensacola High ; i'
are now I .
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ffhica aaakes tie rate,bill! go into in thestrike School t.
:yo'l1".lVJlZiI'.IJlHr'J There were no developments
t 'f'<' iixty days aft?r its passage: : The ;
situation on theTwharves yes The first of the' :weekly driving Tie city authorities have at last program was quite lengthy and r
'Id adopted the conference report onia refused It was 10:30: o'clock when the last' : ;.
terday. The men steadfastly Park 1 t''i
occurred at Kupfrian's
races ,
begun to enforce the sidewalk law to -
bill which it :
passes work forf'less than $2.00 medal presentation was made but ..
to return to : yesterday afternoon, and a much .
.I.per day, and this the-cp3pany refus- larger crowd was present than exf.ected some extent, and is even going to the though the night was an excessively ; .. V
FR! :'I:ENT :IGN3IMPORTANT extent of constructing: sidewalks In warm one, the Immense audience .
about remained
'1 1G. ed to pay. Yesterday n ruing *. showing the' interest that is ,
BILLS # twenty men were secured about the manifested in the sport in. Pensacola. front of property owned by citizens as interested towards the fin- i l' "
WifE Of COMMAND.ER O-f : city and Vent to work.'trucking cotton The four driving races were purelyfor and charging the cost against the ,ish as at the start, and possibly more, f{
June 29.-The
Wash'ngton presi- from the warehouse UfJthe: steamers, sport, and, in each Instance the ; so, for the judges of the Parkhlll med-,: 1 '; "
!lent signed the railroad property.
to-night rate
and this enabled the cotton screwmetf owner drove his own entry. Hand- al contest were to conclude the ev n. f' ,
Il!, the immigration bill ana' a bill This morning there appears a number ing's program with the : V "
who hal: been compelled to quit the win < f
some cups were presented .
or construction lock canal I '
the of a A. R.'KILLED BY ACCIDENT work 'the day prevtous! take up ners of each event": of advertisements for bids for of the successful contestantyoung Tb1 ; "
the Isthmus of Panama. ,.
cross their employmentagain.' All of the The time roads was very good considering sidewalk construction the parties. to lady who received this high a r. .t' r" :

CNFENCL: -REPORTS- -' --- '- ,,, ..... ...",- ,cottoascrewniea.a9Cf: >* :"'.nw thetrackand.1ha4peetators;" whom Ihe property): 9ngs'* Laving deserved honor'annoancemeJft, was Miss Apajand'wbetrtfc .-:'";,t; ..-....._,._... \ Xa't. t'. .
it is sta/ed that amplemen the of of the ? : was' i
working, and ,. marveled at speed some
TAKE TIME OF SENATE Mrs. James Tanner Victim of an Automobile to truck the cotton 'are working.The horses entered. failed to construct new walks-after there was thunderous applause. ; '
idle those that receiving. the prescribed: : notificationand !Seated upon the stage were the : .-
W sh' June 29.-The senate ships are are The first ,was a trotting race between -
members the I. -
and of this l having been given the time neces- : Board of Public Instruction '
taking phosphate
cargoes the entries of Dr. Mallory
iievn-d most of its time to-day to Ker.jnedy ,
conference reports of the railroad rre Wreck on Narrow .Road character, but if the negroes arc secured Capt T. E. Welles and Geo. W.j: sary.New Prof. Jos. R. Lockey the N.six B.graduates Cook ,

r.nd! pare food bills!! and meat inspecon as the company wishes, they. Clutter and each of the gentlemen; walks will be placed in front members of committees .

provision of the agricultural in Helena. Mont. 1. will commence leading at once. Efforts piloted'his own hope around the j of the property of eight .parties, and medals awards, medal contestants upon, as }i
: have been made to secure men ;
V of which The track. Dr. Kennedy came in ahE'ad,1with .
!ill. all were adopted. ; '
in each instance the will be as persons prominent in educa. j
party ,
in New Orleans and Mobile, as well as
Welles close second,1!
controversy over the rate Captain a
: nacipa!
tional affairs ,
in Pensacola.
111! was when Senators Bailey and other cities, but at present labor isl and the former was presented a cup.' compelled to pay the cost, as it ,will The i: : J '
".!in-an! had a heated colloquy on rail- By :Associated Press eral Wilson, in an automobile goingat very scarce, and 'none could be secured The time was 1:21. be assessed against the property.These the first number upon the program :
' lawyers. There was also mush /Helena, Mont., June 29.-Mrs. Jas. a good rate. The chauffeur attempted especially when it became The second race was between"Sweetheart" will be among the first walks Rosters of invocation the Gadsden by Rev. F. A.. ; ;
to a on a narrow know'Il.that it to 'become constructed by the city, but it is Street Methodist '"
'Si-ussion of the meat inspection proMen. Tanner, wife of the coinmander-ia-' pass wagon was mixed up owned by N. Goldringand : church. '! .
: A number of senators exssed road and the machine ran off the in a strike. the entry' of John Brown In stated that many others will follow 1' ,
: --> themselves as only willing toe chief, of the G. A. R., was killed in an: edge and turned over, throwing the The crew of the bark Gesine is unloading this race Mr. Brown lost control of i wjthin a short time and that the authorities Parkhill Medal Contest. ,! ,:

,-pt the house provision because its auto accident here this afternoon.Mr. occupants out. The other occupantsfell : the cargo of 6,000 barrels of his horse after the second heat, andit intend seeing that the sidewalk Then followed] the Parkhill medal t 1- F ,
.( attached to an appropriation: bFli&d l and Mrs, Tanner arrived oa a on Mrs. Tanner, who (Wed justas cement of that vessel.WELLMAN'S. went around the track several law is more strictly enforced, contest. There were four contestants 1 it. !. ,

a deaa'lock: : would cause failure trip of inspection accompanied'! by she reached a hospital. The others times before it could be controlled' and that the walks are constructed o? for the medal, Miss Etta Reilly, Mis ; ': ,
i. the supply& bill. the wife of Governor Toole and Gen were not seriously injured. Mr. Goldring was easily the winner repaired, as the case may be, when Amy Briggs, Mss Theresa Jacoby. : .

PLANS hi the time of 1:21. notices are sened.There and Miss LHie Williams. In this con- ,
R. R. RATE AND PURE Capt. T. E. Welles and Ernest Egle- are many sidewalks in all test the greatest of interest was man- : .1 '
FOOD BILLS PASSED hoff were the only ones to enter portions of the city which are In need ifested by the audience, and the t : ;

ad:Washington house have, June both 29.-The accepted senate thee N NAVAL l REVVIEAT [ [ READY[ r T TO l LEAVE[ [ I' ARE UNCHANGEDEXPLORER 1:35.former horses in was the declared third the race,winner and the in j i of walks repair!in hopes are and required that many the,places and present!the where activity citizensare new: and ladies advanced upon were the to loudly the conclusion front applauded of of the their as young stage they ora- : ,

will continue until all portions of the
nfernce report on the agricultural AND PARTY WILL The fourth was between the entriesof tory. Miss Reilly had as her subject
i appropriation; bill the senate acceptg John Engstrom. Capt T. E. Welles:j city have been reached.WEDDING "Entertaining Big Sister's Beau;"':Miss : .

,: the house provision for meat in- T T TAMPA FOR OYSTER Y T[ START CN AERIAL POLAR and Mr. Lambert and the former won,| Briggs! "Aunt Elnora's Hero;" Miss' 'c .

j ejection; :: which passes the bill. There TRIP IN AUGUST. making it in 1:35.: I BELLSAT Jacoby, "Old Gowns," and Miss Williams ,
food bill was also passed by the The last race was for a large purse,1 "Behind the Curtain" Each ; '
;acceptance by the house and senate an((1' was separate from the otJJ.erl!' was exceellent and merited the applause 1 '
1C'' the conference report. There was By Associated Press races. It was between "One Spat FLORALS which was freely and un '

to discussion on it by either: boJy. DAY Tromsoe, Norway June 29. Walter owned by Sam Clifford and Sarah! C. stintedly given, and those who listened V I. ,
IN 1908 1 V Weliuian, leader of tie; Chicago Rec Eelle," entered by Willie Connors. to the young ladies realized that ;
ord-Herald Arctic expedition:: arrived: ) This was for the!best three out of the task of the committee to choose '
[ EXPLANATIONBY hTe to-day. The party goes to Spit-' five heats and Sarah l Bille won easily W. T. NOEDELE AND MISS LEO- the best was; a most difficult one. The

1 bergen next week. Wel'man says his and could have made much better NOiRA: GILMER UNITED: AT judges in the contest were Judge L.. ,
plans are unchanged and he expects time than 1:10, which was recorded.The J. Reeves. Prof. Harry E. Graham and '
SALVADOR House Asks President to Take President May leave Washingtonfor tS mrkjf, the aeriaj. voyage to th3, winner of this event was recently HOME OF BRIDE'S Dr. Mallory Kennedy.
I pole in August brought here by :Mr. Connors from President Clubbs, of the School
His Summer Home Mobile owing to"the fact that his PARENTS.
Action Relative to Panama defeated Board, in language befitting the occasion
'fast a
other hors was presented the diplomas to the ,
Canal Exposition. Tonight.By STEELWORKERS: TO couple of week since by "One Spot. members of the graduating class, who

THAT COUNTRY WITH Florala Ala., June 29. -Tuesday at were seated upon the stage. The mem

STRIKE JULY I one o'clock Mr. W. T. Noedele, a prosperous bers of the class are Miss Flossie Boyer _
REFERENCE TO GUATEMALA 8y Associated Press Associated Press THE COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS. young business man! from Do- Miss Occie Clubbs, Miss Amy ,

; Washington, June 29.-To commemorate than, lea' to the altar Miss Leonora Briggs. Innis Hannah, Herbert Caro
Washington, June 29.If congress Gilmer the accomplished' daughter of and M:'if ss Lillie Williams.\ .
the beginning, of work on; the. By Associated Press.
I completes its work tonight or tomor- Mr. an'd Mrs. W. 'B. Qilmer. The The young ladies were presentedwith
June 29.-A
By Associated Press Panama canal Tampa, Fla., proposestc Lancaster, Pa.. strike
Washington; June 29.-Because of; hold an exposition: In 1908. The. low, it is probable the president will has been ordered July 1 in all iron I marriage took place at the beautiful many flowers by their frelnds
I i hostile! relations between Salvalorana' House to-day passed a resolution requesting -' leave Washington for Oyster Bay at mills east of the Alleghenys, for higher home of 'Mrs. Gilmer where a large and admirers.A .

Guatemala President Escalon.of. the president to hold a ntivall : midnight to-morrow. It will be,impossible wages by the Association! of Iron and ANNUAL MEETING WILL BE number of friends had assembled V to musical number, a piano duet, by
Salvador, has decided to sena' envoysto review in Tampa Bay some, time Steel workers. witness the ceremony, which was Miss Flossie Boyer and Miss Occie
Mexico and the United States to during the, exposition, and to make if adjournment be reached late: HELD MONDAY AND TAX performed by Rev. J. A. :Seals, pastorof : Clubbs, was next on the program and

explain that Salvador has not been such display of the army. as he geema: tomorrow for the president to leave LEVY FOR YEAR MADE. the Methodist church. The wed was excellently rendered, after which
eacouragtng the movement against advisable. before Sunday midnight or Monday.At CZAR LECTURES ding march was played by Mrs. Wil an essay, "The Battle of Lexington,'.'
President Cabrera of Guatemala. a cabinet meeting to-day all I liams. A large number of beautifuland was delievered by Louis Hannah ia
LAST HARD DAYS costly presents were received. a clear vo'.ce: and in a manner which t,
members present except Secretaries RUSSIAN TROOPSBy
were ,
WORK OF ('CONGRESS The annual meeting of the Boardof The happy couple left at two o'clock showed he had studied his subject '
( BANQUET IN HONOR Metcalf and Bonaparte. The County Commissioners is to beheld J for their future home .Dothan, with well. Miss Occie Clubbs then delivered 1

I Washington, June 29.-The House I meeting was short, only Postmaster Monday night, and on Tuesday showers of rice and well wishes from an essay "The Panama Canal," and
had in mind "We are going home to- General Cortelyou remaining for consultation Associated Press. night the"regular monthly session of loving friends. the young lady handled this interestIng -
OF LONGWORTHS I morrow" when it assembled for the regarding matters of his department St. Petersburg, June 29.-Emperor the body is to convene. Crops are very good throughout this subject in a most entertainingmanner.
last hard days work. Conference reports Nicholas summoned the Predbrajensky The meeting of Monday night Is a section and the farmers seem to be "The Battle of Shiloh," by.
regiment before the palace at Peter- it is on this and We have ore
one, as happy prosperous. Miss LeBaron
By Associated were considered throughoutthe very important I little Olivia was rendered -
Press ho today and in a sarcastic address, boar receives the,of the finest farming sections in South *.
London June 29. The Society of day.SUNDRY. Vetoes: l Indian Bill. date that the in excellent style, and she washeartily
expressed regret at their: disloyalty in the county tax assesscr I Alabama or West Florida ani have 1I .
from when
29. President books applauded she concluded. -
American,, Women gave a luncheon to Washington, June -
Ambassador and Mrs. Reid and Mr. CIVIL BILL Roosevelt to-day vetoed the 'WH providing declaring sympathy with the radical and fixes the rate of taxation and the I great number of prospectors here A piano solo by Miss Vivian Byrd ..
of parliament He said he to which! the moneyderl'ed i day looking for locations for various -
program every
md Mrs. Longworth at Hotel Cecil PASSED BY HOUSE for an annual prorata distribution various purposes concluded this portion of the program. i iS
would never wear the uniform of the devoted for the ensuing l enterprises. .
is to be ;
''xiay. of annuities of the Sac and Fox !
The banqueting hall .
regiment again. I The fine hotel situated: near the Address by Dr. edd. '
*'as flll:d with American women the: 'Washington, June 29.-: The House Indians of !(Mississippi, between two year.RECORD.
of Lake Jefferson Is Sledd of
waters edge near Dr. Andrew president the ;
guests Including people prominent In to-night adopted the.. conference report branehes of the tribe. The interior I '
completion. Five brick stores are University of Florida, was then introduced
oiucial) and military life. eiKthe sundry_ civil bill which department officially opposed the item NOTE CIVIC IN THEPATRICK I I rearing completion and the opera by Hon. W. A. Blount. Dr. .z f <
The Jamestown
the measure. because the Iowa Indians had not
passes is under and will be for possibly minute '
house way com ledd spoke fifty 1
appropriation stays In the: before the court of claims and
exposition gone I pleted in sixty days. '-Wg understand and during this time he held the at-
AREANNEXING bill. Three millions for the building! established their right to the raoney. FEDERATION CASEBy :
within short whil dirt bel Immense
that a ? will tention of the audience, who ';
of state, justice The president In w
of the departments actlgation. es-
[broken for a large find up-to-date, showed its interest In his remarks by =::
stricken ,
labor were
LANDBy commerce and bill to Associated Press school building to be built' of con. the absolute: silence during his ad- .
out The House also passed a By Associated !!: crete blocks manufactured here. and the which t
Press dress, by applause fol.V f
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June Thomas F. \
collection of .revenues.Lane NEW SPANISH MINISTEROF New York
simplify the 29.-The trans-''I The Methodist church! is receivingthe lowed. Dr. Sledd Is excellent
Associated Press. FOREIGN AFFAIRS: Parker, of Greenville, S. C., was today Washington. June an : 1 i, fI -
1 of the national vice chair. script of the record in. the case of Al- finishing touches and will soon be speaker, and addressing the audience ';
sbni-oyogorod, June 29. The Confirmed.- By Associated Press I elected one
in this j" .
convicted of the of the prettiest churches "E1u tion
Patrick one upon a subject with .' ;
peasants V 29- Franklin !Madrid June 29..Perez. Cabellerohas of the immigration department of bert T. .
of this province are not only : Washington, June* ; : men ,
of Wm. T. Rice, was received portion of the state. It speaks which he is familiar in every branch, h li :
Civie Franklin murder ;
today confirmed been appointed minister of foreign the National :
annexing land of the gentry but are Lane, of California; was '
the ldethoI -
United the : : :
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the clerk
taking do peasants.portions of' the land of well-to- Interstate'' commerce- com of Almodovar affairs to succeed the. late Duke, ,chairman.McVeagh, of Chicago, was elected' to-day States supreme thy> *" court:f j J I,I I dists of -Horala. > (Continued_. on Pas Four.) I r', -




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I 13th Annual Mammoth: Sacrifi.ce Sale '


Day.We ; I

': I Big Closing Out Sale, beginning t\

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Thursday; June 28and* lasting Until Friday, July 13, 1906.We .


will ,Close 'Tuesday Evening, June 26, at 6 o'clock and remain closed until Thursday, at 8:30: a. m., to Mark Down Goods.

I would like to slate that. )'do not give 5 ,percent: to anyone to conduct my sales. I am my own manager and give my patrons the benefit of the saving.: I

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10,000 yards.! .Standard Dress Prints. and Calicoes, actual 6c and 8c val Lingerie, worth lOc per yard. 5c Handkerchiefs, 5c values Sacrifice Sale Price. .. .... .... .. .. 3c
ues, Sacrifice Sale Price. ..:'.-.-' .. . .. .. .o' ...41f..e 40-inch White Lawn, 12i:c value, per )' .." ..: ./ .. 9c Fine Hemstitch Handkerchiefs, 10c values. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 7c
5,009 yards Aprorr Gingham, all-colors SacrificeSale! Price, per yard. .4c Half Hose:: black, tan and fancy lOc values .... .. .. .. .. .. 7c
5,000 yards Figured Lawns, 8 l-3c values Sacrifice Sale Price, per yard 3c 30-inch India L'non, 8c value per yard. 5c Genuine Lisle Hose, black and fancy, 25c values . .. .. .. .. .. 19c

5,000 yards Figured Lawns, 8c values, Sacrifice Sale Price, .per yard.. '5c Persian Lawn, lac and 20c! value, per 11c Negligee Shirts 50c and 75c value . . .. .. ... .... .?. .. 4jc
5,000 yards Bleached Domestic,\ values, Sacrifice Sale Price,'per yd.. 5c Long Cloth worth $1.35 per bolt, Sacrifice Price per Men's Good, Extra Heavy Web Suspenders 15c value. .. "., .. 9c

10-4 Unbleached Sheeting, 22&c values '.." "_ U .. "."!.'. .. .i1!6 c_ Mercerized Waistings, 15c values, per Men's Guyot Suspenders, 35c value, Sacrifice Sale Price. .. ,. ... ? .19c
10-4 Bleached Sheeting, 25c values.... ,,. ..,. ... .. ... .. ... .. ,18'c }
Good Huck Towels,'15c values, per pair. i.. .. .' 8c "

Extra Large Huck Towels, 2' values. all to go, pair. .. .. .. .. ....15c.. .,< NOTIONS.Pins CLOTHING.WE .
Bleached Table-'Damask,-58 inches wide, actual value 35c, Sacrifice SHOW NO MERCY TO PRICES IN THIS DEPARTMENTMen's

Sale Price..per yard ., ...... .: ;. .. .. .. ., ? .. ...:.23c per paper Sacrifice Sale Price: .' 1c Suits that sod? for $7.50 and $8.00 . .. . . . .54.23
Red Table Damask, 58 inches wide, 30c value Sacrifice Sale Price. ...18i.c! Men's Suits in Fancy Cassimere. Cheviots and Serges others ask $10.00

,. Hooks and Eyes, Black and White, Sacrifice Sale 1c for them Sacrifice Price :Sale. . . . . .$5 9E
Feather-Stitched Braid, worth lOc per bolt, Sacrifice Sale Price.... 4c 75 Suits regular $12.50 and $15.00 values, comprising a grand assor'- ;

DRESS GOODS AND SILKS. Pearl Buttons, 5c values Sacrifice Sale Price, per 1C ment o* block, blue and fancy Cassiaiere, Serges and Cheviots, will! 1

26-Inch Black Cashmere and Mohair! ,"S5 value, Sacrifice Sale Price Extra Fine German Pearl Buttons Sacrifice Sale Price, per dozen. .. 3c be sacrificed in this great sale at. . .. ., .'. ? ... .$3.83
. .. .... .. Our entire line of 603 s' and Childrens' Suits will be closed! out regard- f
per yard. .. '. .. .,. . .. .. .. ..21c38..inch Torchon Laces all widths, with insertions to match, Sacrifice Sale :
Back: Mohair, the kind you have always paid 60c and 75c for, go less of cost or value. Don't miss this grand opportunity. I

in this great sale i>er :yard ... . .. .. . . ... .. 39c Price... .3'4c Men's Good, Durable Pants, in all colors $1.50 values, Sacrifice Sale
Black Serges, Panamas, Voiles, Florentine! Crepes' and' Etamines, swell- Point De Paris; Laces, all widths, insertions to match, Sacrifice Sale Price . .. . '. . . ." . _.. .. 93o t
est of this season's fabrics, worth up to" $1.25 yard, Sacrifice Sale .. '.. ... '. .. '. ... .43c; Men's Fine Worsted Pants in all popular stripes, $2.00 and $2.50 values i

Price:per yard: .. .. .. ., ... .. '. ... .. . .. . .76c 1,000 Jap Fans, lOc values, now. .. 3eLadies' 36-inch Black Taffeta the kind that wears, guaranteed regular oilfinishwe .
will sell at, per yard.. .. ..... ... .. .. .. .. .. 39c Fast Black Drop Stitch Hose I5c values Sacrifice Sale Price 8c SHOES.LADIES' .
36-inch Taffeta Silks, in Black Colors! Ladies' Full Fashioned Seamless Fast Back! Hose, 20c values
and best ever shown in the city, Sacrifice I
Fine Pat Tip Oxfords, $1.25 and $1.50 values. .. .. .... .. Sac
all new regular $1.00 values' Sacrifice Sale Price per yard ..69c27Inch Sale .( ....13c LADHES' Fine Pat. Tip Oxfords, $1.75 and $2.00 values .. .. .. .. .$1.39
Drap De Soire, all Silk. 60c value per yard . .. ...39c Ladies' Fine Handkerchiefs, lOc .. 3c A Fine Line of Misses' and Children's Oxfords and Strap Slippers; don'tfail

A fine hairs line, Panamas of LADIES', Worsteds; SKIRTS: and strictly Serges up-to-the-hour from $2.48 in style, in Mo Ladies' Fine Hemstitched Handkerchiefs 15c 7c to see them from. . . . . . .. . .98c up
up. Men's Good, Durable Shoes, all leather, all popular styles. $1.75 and
All our fine line of Ladies' Lawn and Silk Shirt Waists will be closed Ladies' Undervests, full taped, lOc and 12V2C values, Sacrifice Sale $2.00 values, Sacrifice Sale Price. .. .. ? .. .. .. .$1.37 1

out regardless of cost or value. i Price ., . 7cFALCO Men's $3.00 Oxfords, all shapes, at. .. .. .. . .$2.48


All articles guaranteed to be just as represented. Any purchase made during the sale\ not proving satisfactory will be exchanged or money cheerfully refunded. The chance I

of your life to buy at these prices Dress Goods Silks White Goods Table Linens Silk' Waists '
.. ;. Skjj-ts, Underwear, Trunks, Carpets, Mattings, in fact everything goes. I !

105-7 South E A-W-NE Agent forStandard '

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I 1 APALACHICOLA Manufacturers of FLA. V caRiI I Money For. Contractors.

Soeclal to Tha Journal. Special to The Journal.! Special to The Journal. Special to The Journal.
'Falco, Ala. June i Contractors will find our prices for lumber, br: D. D.
Cypress Shingles. DeFuniak Springs, Jun 29.-The 'Miles has been on the sick list this j! Bonifay, June 29. Mrs. C. M. Cox Muscogee, June 29.-Mr. Willie Bar: ware, paint, lime-n: fact everything that ente-! .
warm weather is keeping up its gate week but is improving. ;: :.-. visiting relatives in Pensacola. row, of Jackson, Ala., visited relatives:< makeup of the building, much cheaper '
W"x4" x IS"iV' at 90 and 92 in the shade for about :Mr. Warren John here the
Mrs. Wilkinson and I Ward G. Wartf, durin'g past two weeks. I j been accustomed to paying othf
X 5" x IS" three hours every day and has hard to come up from family Pensacolathis are expected Joe Ward and John Silcox from Mr. Willie Willard, of Tallahassee make an estimate on your next bill and w .' ? .
work to get below 80 in the coolest, Bruce, Fla., were in town yesterday. is visiting relatives here.
hours. We have had occasional week and spend the rest of the There is a protracted meeting goingon 'Mr. and Mrs. Lee and famliy, of j i money for yd.
Cypress Tanks of all Descriptions. summer in Falco. i, Sau7iRt; ;
Write for Catalogue and Price List showers in which we have some compensation /Mr. R. R. Jennings who has been at the M. E. church eknith, and Castlefoerry' Ala., are visiting! rela' ; I
and that keeps the farmers foreman some members have been added to the tives here. < Company
:. on the lumber yard at this ,
and truckers happy. Things in an church.
I :Mrs.
----- Mullins and ,!
place for Phone 717. I
several has 21
years resigned East ,
agricultural way are looking very f Rev. Elisor from Greenwood. Fla., Miss Lena, visited relatives here this Garden Strep'
We are to ) .
sorry see Uncle (Bob leave _
well 'i. "" ,,
I "
.Y "'
i "
is here assisting Rev. Johnson, the week. ;U-="' ="'
The Children's Day exercises at the :, as he has been faithful to his duty
preacher in charge of the protracted Mrs. Everheart
daughter, of I
ever since he has been here.
M. E. Church South
on Sunday night : meeting. Roberts, visited: Mrs. O. Merritt
were much enjoyed and entirely satis- The artesian well at this place is Work is still going on nicely on the al days this week. sever,
Until 10
July away factory this to week Brother attending Northcut the,wending who ia : nearing was driven about The 185 8-inch feet pip and: court tion. house, and it is nearing comple Mrs. Barker and daughter, Maud, MILL MEN WANTED

struck I : visited her daughter, Mrs. 0. Mullins
a soft porous rock and after ,
of Ilr. Tharp and Mrs. N'orthcut's sis Dr. Jeff Coleman! from Vernon is this week.
drilling 140 feet into the rock, the I To Buy Their Supplies From
ter.R. j I again of fever. Miss Lula Tompkins attended
foreman the
decided the well woula!
N. Tarrance and Ben Crosby furnish j Miss Mary (MeLeod one of the funeral of her niece, Catherine I
plenty of water. The Tompkins
Camela have both bought property in De water teachers in the 'Bonifay high school last Sunday. PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY
was then standing about 17 feet from l
Funiak become resident "
and so own
the Surface of the who was si ksO long has recovered Miss Ida Larkins, of Flcrala, Ala., I
ers, and W. L. Cawthon is so much ground. He put the enough to start to her brother's this is 502 S. Baylen St. Phone 570.
to work visiting her sister, Mrs. J. W.
less the of DeFuniak pump and pumped for quite Larj j
owner Springs.It '
makes the DeFuniakers glad to awhile but could not lower the water morning kins. J Repairs-Remodeling: -Installing Light PlantsANNUAL Anw: art.
have men buying homes here and we more than 2 feet and after allowing it Mr. Lonnie 1 Moore of Westville (Miss Annie Wheat of Bay Point, is .
Asparagus hope men who do so will be pleased to stand all night the water raised I came Mrs.over this morning. visiting. her sister, Mrs. E. G. Bonifay,
i D. Gillis
was over on a visit and Mrs.
J. W.
in Larkins.
the pipe to within 7 feet of the ,
,. with their new homes. sur I
to her daughter Mrs."W. H. Brett Jr.,
J. T. Harris, of 'Boggy, was up this face. The next morning he put his pump I I one day this week. George Bannerman has been,
week and reports everything in good to work again and pumped 30 gallons:! ill during the past week. I DiVIDENDSt"
shape in that region. cf water per minute for 6 consecutive The Bonifay high school closed last Rev. J. W. Senterfitt, of Pensaco, cannot'be lost
The militia were on the fireing line hours and could not lower the: Friday. An ice cream supper was la, officiated at the funeral of Catherine '

Reduced to 30c Tnursday. It was hot out there, especially water more than 10 feet in the pipe.i, served realized.Friday night and( a nice sum. Tompkins on Sunday last I; reduce the insured
I each if the
in the pit, but the boys diJ The water seems to be pure and :Mr. J. D. Leonard is sick of fever.R. Howard Bell has been ill this week., premiums year

PerFormer 1 3 lb. Tin some seems good to hold shooting.the record The so far.captain eral.clear and does not taste of any minIr sacola.. Devane left here to-day for pen-, daughter Catherine of Mr.Tompkins and Mrs., J.the H. Tomp-little!; so chooses. A life or Endowment Policy with

kins, died Thursday, June
21. She!
Union services in the M. E. churchon
Sunday night Dr. Thompson of % Fourth of July Picnicers. 1 day.The county school board met Mon was buried. June 24 at the Muscogee I; annual dividends in the Union Central! Life

the Baptist church preaches. There: Bosso's Ice Cream Factory will furnish I cemetery.The 1
Is a disposition to hold' such services you ice cream cheaper than )'ou1 many friends! of Little Elaine: is the most satisfactory.
I through the hot season, passing from can make it (Phone 1326, or corner Price are glad to know that she is
one church to anothe in regular order. Romana and Tarragona I ROBERTS convalescent B. S. WILLIAMS General
price Such union services keep tha Ij j I II Mr. F. 0. Ellis, of Harrisburg, La., Agent.

: ( tions.kindly feeling among the congrega-I I I, Is visiting relatives here. Thiesen Building. Phone 6 '1.e. 1-,

was 40 cents The Methodist preacher, W.J A Glass of Soda Smooths !I Soeclal to The Journal. UNCLE -
Baker from looking Missouri for next some Thursday of his children for-, Things Out EndsLover's joying Roberts the, rainy June 29.--We season. are now en TO I .N 4NNO.. ..NNN N... ..............11NINNN..t.!

Lay in a supply a 'short visit j I Mrs. J. W. Breedlove has returned THE
r Quarrels : home from a pleasant visit to friends RESCUE LINOLEUMS
Dr. 'Chas A. Green, representing A. :1 and relatives in Dothan, Ala. i !
I! : now. It is a K. Hawks, of Atlanta, is in the city, Makes mama and the Child-I j i Mrs. W. L. Everhart and daughterI .

If in need of glasses call on him it' ren happy, and braces up I Miss Gail spent !Sunday in Muscoges. San Francisco, June 29.-By the! at 55 and G5c a yard
Hooton's Pharmacy.. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Bonifay of 'Ius-]action of President Roosevelt and :
for his business duties. There'snothing I'
most delicious cogee, spent the day here Sunday. [ Secretary Shaw the government will! !, .
so refreshing and bracing (air Dan [Barker haa' the misfortune( place at the disposal of San Francisco"t! L141 FREE.
lo drop a deal on his foot last week, for the reconstruction of the city, the
and on a hot day glass of I
as a
palatable which was very painful.Mr. sum of 22000000. The sum of $12.1 1 Just the thing for the kitchen and: dining room Ms.- :
IS AT HOOTON'S our ice cream soda flavored with Aiden Fleming is at home this 000,000 will be deposited with th eIS I light work of house cleaning and is more sanitary : .
week national
on his vacation banks of San Francisco kind
any! of floor
food. I pure fruit flavors, or one of our : covering.
summer Mrs. Hiss of (Pensacola spent I the security of municipal 31 per cent'

i many different limeades and day with her mother Mrs. S. R. 'SU:1-1 bonds at par, which makes them sal d- t Mattings, China and Jap 20 to :
DR. C. A. GREEN, OF WELL phosphates. Quite a jolly crowd from here spent tjble in any part of the world. The _

KNOWN EYE GLASS HOUSE I one day on the river last week pic sum of $10,000,000 is also expected to f 35c- a. yard, LAID FREE. :
nicking. All report a, fine time. be deposited for expenditure by a corlporation aJd
HERE FOR A FEW IMTss Maude Barker has returned| to formed for the purposeof Cool ; altogether satisfactory floor covering to: !i
I COFFEE, home after spending a week with erecting homes for the people voto halls and bedrooms for summer. Easily cleaned a.-.i !e
Sol Cahn & Go DAYS. I friends and relativesin (Muscogee.. were burned out. A special dispatch most healthful floor covering. 4
Hot Biscuits and Rolls every Mr. Conlin spent a few days in Pen- from.Washington to the San Francisco Remember, not too late yet to buy an ODORLDSJ:
I morning at 5 o'clock. sacola last week I Call quotes Judge 'W.. W. Morrow i frigeraUir; prices from $14 to $35; others of good qa...: i
Mr. A. J. had the of the San from $5
Dr. C. A. Green, representing A. ., Mackey Francisco committeeas up. :
The Pure Food Store to lose his'horse last wee.dir I saying: "Take it altogether
K- Hawkes & Co., .of Atlanta, the 4
J. T. Mackey: of Pensacola trip to the national capital was successful 4
well known ,spectacle house, is t
Southwest Corner Palalox and Intendencia aHooton's spent Sunday last with his parents. and we have our California Ii 1
Pharmacy for few
glasses. Dr. Green a Is an daysfitting expert Kandy Kitchen Caf e. Mr. Edmond Herman of Mobile J; congressional delegation to thank, asa M RSTON & QUINA' \
visiting his aunt 'Mrs. Bonifay for member
{ i7848O a our (:committee rendered
Phones in the eye glass business and .
l04S.Palafox.Phone999 few..weeks.
those who ire interested will do well|!!| Mrs. Jno. Barker of' Falco Ala, is Invaluable-aid. i 108x110 S, Palafox St Phone 148. Pensaola, Fiat :
to j
see I visiting relatives here this week. Read The Journal

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CannedMeats .


\\qL1 Jr J\ \\ STEAMER T[ [ I II I II Best Quality : i I: l N V -- ',.. ,'...'...,,., ": ;.,,. .

E We handle nothing but the "',., .
best of canned meats and ;
I The Monviso 1 Libeled But the Captain !i I very we guarantee every can that we Comparison P of f Methods Employedand ,

0 I I sell; if it isn.'t right we stand "

Says No Man Was Injured ''I i the loss. High grade canned .I If Results in-the Two ., ";
f meats is one of our specialties. "

WE ARE STILL on His Ship. I i: : Brisket Beef Ham Loaf, Sections.Editor ",j .
i i Chicken Loaf, Veal Loaf, ly
i- t \ \
: Luncheon Beef, Lunch Tongue, I .
CHOPPINGPRICES I Deviled Ham, Boned Chicken, I Pensacola Journal:
A libel suit in the sum'of $2,000 was! ; : Boned Turkey, Deviled Chicken, I I "The Louisiana Planter" of New r-T : .
I brought in the United States court i' ; Roast Beef, Corned Beef i I Orleans, La., which is the official or- I
yesterday against the British steamer' Hamberger Steak Tripe I gan of all the sugar planters associa- r
I Monviso by W. B. Sheppard' representing -: Vienna Sausage Corn Beef Hash I tions of the United ,States, in its is

){:nod: Graves, colored whose!;' Head Cheese, Chipped Beet 'sue of 231 inst, has, a most remark- Q
husband died a few days! agofrom Injuries able editorial under the head of

Have You Thought Over Your received while loading timber I ", "''Steam Drainage," which contains so ,

Clothing Wants on said vessel. many facts that are new to your correspondent t
I I The accident which finally deprived and which affords such r
Graves of his life occurred about, valuable comparison for us who cla'jnthe : f ? sys
M.iiy ."in' jour list: come in and
a, a.i: supply your wants at a the 20th and the captain of the Mon ROSENAU & GERELDS. i gray sand lands of West Floridaas I %:
".- '"ion in price. viso when apprised of the fact that the best sugar cane section of the:
iiu a r'
suit had been brought'against his vessel United States that I must ask some of
Clothing for men and Boys said that some one had evidently The Fancy Grocers, your valuable space for quotations -

Reduced 20 per cent. made a mistake, as ,no ,one had been and some comparisons. The articleis n
Pants 20 per cent. off. injured his ship while in this
on port as follows:
Hats, 20 per cent. off. and that it must have occurred on another ; Phone 391. Pensacola Steam Drainage \ J---

Underwear, 15 per cent. off. steaemer. The acicdent occur- To paraphrase the poet Hood in his o

red on a vessel that was taking cargoat celebrated "Song of The Shirt" the -
I Perdido wharf.It --_. most appropriate refrain of the sugar '

is probable that the suit will fee CHURCH ORGANS. planters of Louisiana for a century or \ I
dismissed aga'nst: the Monviso if it is We wish to call"'attention to the more has been

I CTAMED_ found that Graves was injured on fact that we will supply any church "Ditch, ditch ditch."

I OTHIESEH some other ship. with a first class organ at the. lowest In the most of our lowlands where ,' .
-- possible price and on terms that will sugar cane has been for several generations ', "

...... The Recorder's Court. make paying for it very easy indeed.I the leading crop grown drain
Recorder Laney disposed of sixteen We can furnish both the Vocalion and, age has been the most important and
cases in the municipal court yesterday Farrand Organs than which .no better the most costly part of its cultiva-

OSCAR E. MAURA, morning. Of this number' one church organs are made especially I tion. :So far, with the problem of # : '
STOCK AND BOND BROKER. case was continue, one sentence suspended the Vocalion. Write for price and profitable irrigation still stran'gely un ,
Stocks Bonds and Securities Bought and Sold. one defendant turned over terms. J solved with the most advantageous .
12 E. Government St. P. O. Box154 to the county authorities another CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE, conditions on earth for its economical

given a jail sentence of ,30( days and Pensacola, Florida. solution, fresh rain water has been .

\White Barber fines imposed amounting to $40. about the best friend and stagnant water LOOK FOR THIS TRADEMARK. ON, EVERY BOTTLE. _
Shop --- or cold seepage the worst foe of .
Appointed Court Commissioner. the cane plant in our sugar region.It .

I S Tiu-Paiafox white St.barbers, formerly located at of No.35 Judge Carter before leaving the would simply stagger any profes- Pure !2V!

I I Union.S E Government, are, next to Western city court, appointed commissioner John for P. Stokes th ,s' county as a','1 HOLLISTER N NO WIN sional thousands statistician of miles to learn of canals how many and DUffy' \Vhiskey -

and he will hear cases during the absence ditches and minor drains our Louisiana -
sugar planters have dug and are N. COLORING, Distributer.
of Judge Carter which are of
COTTRELL, such nature as to demand immediate digging every year to drain from their : r
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. hearing. The first: case heard by him C CUSTODY T r fields the excess of a sIxty' inch annual
rain fall and the levee leakage or now for
Pensacola. Fla. was the injunction brought by H. H. seep- seems an imperitive necessity
Jeannette through his attorney Geo. age from the Mississippi river during irrigation. ,
T. the several months of its vernal floods.In Such the conditions: Linen Writing Paper Special.
Morgan, against H. O. Anson to restrain are some of .
I WATCHES AND CUT GLASS the latter from entering a suit round numbers, with a sixtynchlannual against which the Louisiana sugar
I Something Swell In Gold Jewelry.W. in Alabama. A temporary injunctionwas HERE[ E EMan rainfall, seven thousand tons of planter has to contend and the distance In this lot of Hurd's papers, there are Egyptian Linen' Frosted
213 S. Paiafox St. Irish Linen Bond Velvet 'Frosted Parchment and Snow
A. Gahlenbeck, granted. water fall every year on every acre between enough and too much Vellum ,
I i of the sugar fields of-Louisiana; or in rainfall during the cultivates! and White, in quarter ream boxes at the very low rate of 25 cents a box.

TURTON &, BELL If stomach every one-inch rain that falls about harvesting season, is so small that a Won't last long. If you want it :you'll have to hurry.Cce's .
your troubles you do not I
109!) tons of water is dropped
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. conclude that I on every small excess, one way or the other is
Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateur great many have there been is no permanently cure, for a Wild Passed Worthless acre of a,cane field that patches it, or fatal to the crop just as it is to corn Books'tore.FhDlle a .

cured< by Chamberlain's ,Stomach and '.. about square five foot pounds of ground ofjvater.": on every in the great corn belt. i ?SS. 213 South Pala fox Street. P ells acolap
R. K. WHITE, Liver Tablets.! Try them, they are Checks RetoWlthQut Requisition By maintaining deep drainage and a If "it would simply stagger any pro-
Watchmaker tdanufacturingJeweler, and Graduate certain to prove beneficial. They fessional 'statistician to learn how
porous absorbent' soil in dry weathe
'Optic:an.30 S. Paiafox Street. Pensacola, Fla. only cost a quarter. Sold by all Papers. this enormous mass ,of waters made many thousands of mies of canals and '
druggists. ditches and minor drains our Louisiana -
most effective, and I more .easily re

J. P. Hollister, the plumber, who movable in wet weather. 'In a very sugar planters it must have be dug to," our how,best incomprehensible -! DRINK In. ',:

TpryTq4._ __ -_ was .arr stedjn.KewOrleans, -this f large proportionof' '* W.Ja.nds." .Jtt. prea Florid ...faJm*s.,-And' when ;',we-fcnow 1 .
: enfdevdted' cane a turd nb'amoiml .
FlfEMING "I"ISp I week upon request of local authorities that with all the fabled sickness of f
J, G. iSessoms, a naval stores, opera- I is now in jail at Pensacola : of ditching in the world can draw off that soil, and the large quantity of I
'\It! of Andalusia, is in the city on a where he is held upon the charge ofl I j the surplus of water and keep down fertilizer used, the average yield of r
visit. I i| the line of soakage to a low enough
iort business
passing worthless checks. Hollister')' cane, to the whole of Louisiana for a [
level without lowering the natural lev-
.I I \. Givens of Falco Ala., was returned in the custody of DeputySheriff el term of many years past, has been
am mg the prominent naval stores tlal to The Journal. Frank (Sanders, who arrived! chanical artificially by; means of great me- less than twenty tons per acre. It is

in the yesterday morning at 5 o'clock from : power. true that when ail conditions are favorable -|
city yesterday.
Fleming, June 29.-We have had I "** *
I the Crescent 'City A DELICIOUS BEVERAGELook
of the state and
W 0. McLemore, of Gulfport, was several showers of late and crops are HoMister agreed to return to Pensa- Much more is said in this articleon favored some parts plantations do grow (j
;.uiion the business visitors in the looking fine. Potato planting is progressing cola and stand trial without waiting the question and cost of drainage, some
wei'l' there will double that tonnage, but it equallytrue
and a large
c'.n yesterday. for the requisition papers to arrive. and the best machinery for the 'great
acreage planted to sweet potatoes. I work, all of which only magnifies the that when ever conditions are for the Trade Mark on Cap and Label. c.
They had been forwara'ed to Deputy fr
.lude F. E. Carter who spent Cotton is going well Some farmers favorable/ to a large tonnage of cane,
data) In the city hearing chancery!1 blooms.F. Sanders in New Orleans and evidently ideas and figures above quoted.It the sacharrine content is very lowJ 1 _________ __ .
open is here stated that the normal 7, has returned to his home in; reached there yesterday but when burden of cane with a small percent
iS. Gray has been sick but and a !
very rainfall of the sugar belt of Louisianais %
the plumber learned that they had Bottled
Mananna. I of sugar' content is a great failjure. only byIlygela
is improving at this writing.
sixty inches per annum and this
been granted he agreed to return at '
Henry McLau'ghlin, who has been Tom Landon made a business trip ;: same issue of the Planter shows that .
ou a hl1sness'isit: of several days toNs I to Milton Saturday. I once.Hollister passed only two worthless from all points reported, there Is a; We cannot find fault with our Louisiana Bottling Works -

'\\ Y,,irk and St. Louis has returned Walter Rivenbark with F. S. Gay, checks in Pensacola one! for the sumo damaging drouth at thk t'TIe and ih"! friends that they hold on andstruggle ,

o (the city. visited the home folks at Jlhodaville $25.00 and another for $15.00 cane crop in some parts is given up with the enormous prob--
Captain Jacob Kryger is moving into l) Sunday. as ruined; so that lem of ditching as one necessityand 124 E. Chase Street. Phone 587.
hi- new home at the corner of Bel-! Charley Bass was visiting in Rhoda- I this heavy expense of notwithStandin.1 irrigation as another. The mil

mom, and Reus streets which he pur- ville Sunday last. IN HONOR OFE.GROSSJOUANN lions of money now invested in that
'haled some months since from Sam E. T. and E. M. Pitts of Red Rick; industry will justify the expenditure I

R'J-pnau atetnded singing aM-.i iHill Sun- ,..'.",! .-\-1":' ,y' of millions more rather than lose what -
is invested. But :we do wonders j
day. l now
\1 MSP DeLeon, contractor for the
f Qfr. Parra mare with the Santa Rosa that any intelligent Floridian would I!!
COUST met ion of one of the large buildup -
: Turpentine Co., was visiting F. S. Gay seek out an area of our own state that!
HI the navy yard and Claude A. the bitter wail of Louisiana Doctorto
Sunday. will require We Help the
\k.{mm;., both of Atlanta are in the ARMY AND NAVY UNION ADOPTS
ditch" for!
I. B. Wheeler ,and H.. H. Tompkinswere planters "Ditch, ,
( '
business visitors to Milton Sat- REiS LUTIONiS! *OF CONDOLENCE :rears if not like Louisiana for all;
in suing the name of the winner of urday.N. time and then join in the same new}

n!, prize! for the most popular flag- B. Roberts wa 5 fn Milton! Thursday UPON DEATH OF cry "Irrigate, irrigate, irrigate." j Help You at the 0. R. C. picnic it was stated and Friday of last week attecd-; This letter is now much too long(

hat F Hahn was. awarded the ing a meeting of,. the county school THE 'SERGEANT. and I will close with the oft repeated j

prize It was F. ''Horne who was; board, of which he is"a member. I statement, that more and better cane'' -
"in-Mii; as the most popular flagman!i S. II. Bass is at ,Flomaton this wekon can be grown in this part of Florida,

who received the scarf pin. business The Army and Navy Union of U for the same labor and cost than in]

\j' Tames: Sheehan, who was badly James Ates left Tuesday for Falco which ,Sergeant E. Grossjohann, who any part of Louisiana tolay or any; When you bring your prescription to

!hII, :,' (i recently by being thrown froma Ala.Walter : expired recently was a member has part of the Everglades after millions)I this store, you'll receive pure, fresh
\tusat, the corner of Intendencia Rivenbark was in Milton adopted resolutions of condolence of dollars of expense.
"I' ': \ ,'\alles streets, is greatly im- I yesterday.W. I upon the death of their comrade. Ser- JOHN THOMAS PORTER. I drugs accurately compounded by reg- !

i' ..\,..i 1 i,, and is now considered out of W. Wolfe was at F. S. Gay's geant Grossjohann was one of the : Grand Ridge Fla.. June 29. .i istered pharmacists. That's the way we
Iq,*"" Monday. most popular non-commissioned offi- I '
And we'll
I the doctor to help
help you.
of Hardie Gay Catch.
J 1 i l'onrail< Scott reached the city The many friend I cers ever stationed at the fort and Big
will be pleased to know that he has'' schooner Lettie G. Howard -! deliver the medicines quickly, too. We
<'-"r ;,n over the P. & A., after an 'I' the resolutions are a fitting triiut3to The fishing
ib-tm,. of several weeks on business:1: So far recovered as to be able to resume his memory. They are as follows! : House of the fleet of Saunders & Co..I! don't charge anything extra for this
mil! i>U-.t,ure combined. Owing to,, his place as head stiller for F. Headquarters Ft. 'Barrancas Fla, Country I arrived in port yesterday with a catch,|
'1c' \lh', among Mrs. Scott's relatives i j I S. Gay. June 26, 1906. of 2,000 snappers. jMAYOR'S j high-grade service, but less than is

ah'\ was "impelled to remain In Car-i 1 :Mrs. Landon was visiting ) rs.I At the first' regular muster of Toilet Sets t usual with most drug stores
A' ,''! Roberts Frday! evening. Major Lorenzo Lorain Garrison No.
: c for a few weeks longer. Mr.I RIGHT TO HEAVEN \:
S<" tv': return to DeFuniak! tonight'i I Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Gay were in 120 subsequent tlJ the decease of Comrade 1' I
to v d't' j I Milton Friday. I i Grossjohaiin the following resolutions 1 i
and NiceQ
> until he
ent: ( can bring nisj Cheap Executive %ayi.Job Merit
fani'l!!:; home.: | Jewell Bass who has been at Ti''imore were unanimously adopted. Chicago It. Reward. I
Elise a
Ala.! for some. time returned I By the will of ,Divine Providenceour Eternal
\Vm Fisher who recently completed -i nom Monday. I loved respected and honored There is no reason why the "Any man who has once served a W. Av D''AlemberteDRUGGIST

-i :a* course, has passed his ex- Comrade and Past 'Commander Ernest shouldn't have I term as mayor of the city of Chicago
aIl1ina'-on for admission the bar ---- --' summer cottage eternal bliss in the
to ,, --- Grossjohann has been removed from is entitled to
Ian and! i:> now a full fledged attorney at I I i. AN OLD SAY.ING. amongst us. decorated Toilet Sets in every I realms beyond," said Mayor Dunne recently AND APOTHECARYNo.

Showing How Cause and Effect ''Are Ba it therefore. Resolved as a mark! bedroom-at such prices as we when a conscience stricken citizen

Never Far Removed.It of loving respect from his comrades I who confessed that he received 121 S. Palafox St. Telephone No. 109
Absolute purity, great strength and "Where's are naming just now. of the city
is" an ola' saying there's I Ii fellow members of Major Lorenzo Lorain I from a former employee
den have filled two hundred thousand
+ lous, natural flavor have made i bees"- -not less true is Garrison No. 20 Army and Navy wall belonged to the municipality Let us fill your prescriptions. over
Bin.' R InOOn 1 honey there's : ; : fj Unless the paper is black three chisels which i since we have been in business.
Lemon and Vanilla famous -one which -science has corned more Union of the U.: S. A. I sent 75 cents in stamps to I
recently, 'Where's there's Dandruff; That in the.death of Comrade Ernest -I unlikely-we can ease his conscience and declared that i

there's germs" and--to push' the inference Grossjohann who was cai>ed to match almost any color scheme be hoped to meet the city executive in !
still further we may truly say his eternal rest on Friday June 16, Chicago dispatch."Do I -----. --- -- --- --
done in. heaven, a
THE says
PANSACOLA there's Dandruff cured 1906. Garrison No. 20 has lost a de- your rooms are
"Where's meet him there, I
expect need have terrors for
Newbro's Herpicile has been at .voted and faithful brother who for fj Some low-priced simple you chief was 11 no you .
I very the municipal
was a valued member and Mr. Mayor? WASH IY"EVERYTHING if send washing to -
BUSINESS COLLEGE work many years for servants' I I VIaL you your
The reason of Herpicide's Isolation officer of the Army and Navy Union patterns rooms are asked. Ij
I as a genuine ,cure, for, (Dandruff lies and whose loss we deeply and sin. interesting in matter of both price "1 think I am entitled to go to heaven he i The New Method Laundry,

h now offering special advantages in the fact that it attacks and destroys -cerely mourn. ," the mayor said, smiling as i PHONE use E. LAWRENCE, Prop. No.3 WEST RO'lA'UST.I .
to those who desire to take prepara- the root of the*whole ,trouble That we tender herewith to his and quality. viewed PIe mass of petitions, com- ,

|"rv work in the common school a parasitic germ which feeds upon widow and children this expressionof 9]Your!inspection is requested while tie variety plaints, protests and applications for I :

"r-mrhes, Students who wish to do the material which" nourishes the hair our sympathy and condolence and K satisfying.: jobs lying on his desk. I I...,.. ........ ".................................................................... ................... .....,_.rNMI ..............................................."'... '
unfinished work in any of the 'grades follicle. : sorrow with them in their grief and I "Do you think all the mayors will go I 't

of *he public schools are requested to Other socalledremedies are not directed !- mourning.That : to heaven?" he was asked. I t
"'' and see the manager of the col- at this true cause of the dis- as a mark,of respect for our! 9 : ""They ought to, and I hope to meet I FOR HOUSEBUILDING I
leg! late comrade the charter of the Gar- should be their
Special rates are afforded for I there. 1 believe it
tn4 ease.Accept is rison ;toe draped in for FOUNDATION TO ROOF. i
Summer course in bookkeeping and no substitute. ,there none.iFor mourning .a! compensation," replied he. FROM
9hurthand in both day and evening sale by W. A.. D'Alemberte, period of thirty days.LEROY 107 SOUTH PALAFOX STREETPENSACOLA Mayor Dunne said he expected to f
!sestnns. Students enrolling the first druggist and apothecary 121 South N. HAMMOND) In heaven and i;
.' : meet Carter H. Harrison Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO { :
In July may be able to accept Tfelafox street or send lOc in stamps that the aldermen, too are
pa.Uon! in early to The Herpiclde Co., De- (RUSSELL: declared .
fall. for sample -
II entitled eternal reward. W.
Adjutant. _,_ K.__ 4 _. an
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t tJbe I: \ tJenjafoIa JOUfnallI the. color'urchins pastels bashfully'represents leaning! two againstthe barefoot TIE[ [ W;e .. .for cines.1906.You If will you find do these not have in Ayer's a copy Ainar.w? 'i";.,'

post of a veranda with the inquiry gladly send you one. Then show the formulas to your doctor. i if he

;, "Who said, lemonade." not approve then do"not buy; if he approves,then buy, and keep these .joc

Among the. famous, people portrayedthis l ll H [ T DAYOFYEAR. y yf medicines on band *"rt SarsapmIl3. A-er'.Pill, stan

f{ DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. It ; Parkhurst month "are Rubenstein the Rev. a Chas.pianist H HIGH SCHOOL HOTTEST srd family Atr'1I A211S Cure. 1er'.Che'i-yp ;:I.-'


fame E. H. Harriman, the'late Carl If ycu are interested In a Dental Ecaxfan. -'! .
t ...SY... Schurz, the late Henrik Ibsen. Brig. D ENTISTRY SstfcsTn Dental CoEef for beautiful, i&istriiea'fres Civ: :"_-.:.. .

Gen. Funston and Sir Chentung Liaag CLASS l f DR. S. W. FOSTER. Dean ICO:) N. Butler S:., A;: 'l:;.

THE JOURNAL COMPANY. Chang, the Chinese Ambassador to *
the United States. Send ma Catalogue No-.-2 .....of Southern Dental College.

UWLfl.flJW 1Jf w w w---. I
t The exquisite landscape reproductions : 1 MuIThu

? FRANK L MAYES President and General Manager. are nearly all of summer scenes (Continued prom First Page) 1- To-Day I NAME- __- _...--....-..-..-.-.--. .....,._
-- which will delight those who appre-- Temperature Reached 91.3 at
-w cw Lu4 } : ciate the beauties Of pastoral life. he appeared at his best. The progressof AJDRESS.-----------...
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MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PR SS. The first part of an interesting" story education 4uring the past decade 10:40: Which is the HighestSo

under the title of 'Strapped, written and Florida's idvancement along: these -
; w wru r w pjv -av.nj.r vjW.r JL f
by Clara Morris deals with a portion Sledd Alabama State Line and' ,,
lines were touched upon by Dr. Far for 1905. .,..
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. of the career of the elder Sothen. hgaUdvcsCrnCfltS'BIDSWANTED. fifty (50)) miles in length; u.. ,
S during the course of his remarks,
One Year.$5 GO On!) :Month.1.... 45 electric light and power :'.. :'

: Six Mouth8... ... .. .. ..... Z 50 One 'V ek.... ............. 1& The Last of Cervera's Warships. concluded by complimenting Escamb'a Yesterday was the hottest day of the use.

Three onths.. .. .. .... ... 1 25 WeeWv! Edition, per year.'l OC Steaming to. the westward on January : ofSantiago's county upon her progress and the year. Many would almost make affidavit Sealed bids will be received until! 3. The amount of a "- *,

5, from 'the narrow entrance I. Pensacola High School upon its excel that it was hotter than any day 12:00 o'clock, noon, Monday, August] shall be One ThousaL ':
4 'Tcn.RJ-u-- JuLflfl -- fr harbar, out of which Cer last year especially the fellow who 13tx: 1906, by the Board of PublCI ($1000.00), divided into 0- .- '

: Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed vera's fleet of warships came to ireet, lent commencement.Miss was working !In the sun aong! about Works for the construction, of (100)) shares of Ten Do.V-:: <
'" their doom on that memorable Sun Lillian Jacoby rendered: one of the In front of property of .
10 and 11 o'clock. At that time crete sidewalk each, payable in lawful n- "' ,
Circulation Statement _Can Be Secured. day :morning-'July 3, 1898-the Niag, her entertaining violin; so'.os: and the mercury hovered around 90 degrees, T. "%.. Harris lots W. 31 ft. 4 in. of United States. ;

ttfU 1rl.rIJtJ-L-u-Lr1.r1J1JJ1.rl.n.nJ.lJ u J1.rLr-l- __rr,rc L_J1JVLrL1J1J..J'JI.JlJ'..sutruJJtrLfl.Jt tJL.rLJLJf'.1ttt ara's owner and his guests were soon encore was so great that she came but the highest record was reached N. 167 ft. of lot 22, block 5, in Old City 4. The said corporation '* ,

able to make out with their glassestwo at 10:40 o'clock, when the thermometer City of Pensacola, Florida,
for ninety-nine ((99) >
the year
Offlcea.108 and 110 East Papers on Sale on TrAins black and seawashed hulls. close forth the second time and gave
I at 'the local office registered 91.3.1 in accordance with specifications on 5. The business of le (. : -.: ,

Government. Phone 38. and at all NewsStands" inshore, six and(Morro eight miles at Santiago.respectively audience another treat. The previous high record for this file! in the office of the Board of Public to be conducted by a Pres ': .

-- --- : -- ... -- _..1._ A..'" __ They were from all the that remains of the The medals were then presented to was 'on, June 11, when it registered 91. Works. The right to reject any or' President and a Secretar; -.-' -"-. .'.

once powerful Spanish warships Al- the students to whom they had been The minimum temperature yesterday all bids is reserved. Bend in the sum urer and a Board of six i I'<. i

PENSACOLA, FLORIDA S.&TURDAY1OBNIN& JUNE 30, 1906 mirante Oquendo and Viscaya. The awarded. Dr., Whaley in appropriate was 76 degrees. of $40 will be required. I The Directors shall be er'- -: -
Blount composition Last year on the same date the maximum of the ._ ,
former's bcw points seaward and her; remarks, presented the \ I ly at a meeting 5- '

smokestack lies almost across what I medal to Miss Occie Cubbs: temperature was SH) degrees, BIDWANTED. I on the first Tuesday .n ;
r Mr mt" : medal and the minimum 73 degrees, with a I Sealed bids will be received until
Robbery Upheld byS little is left of her upper works and the Sons! of the Revolut'on each year, and the direco'shall -

Stops made while the photog I, to Louis Hannah; Hon. W. A. BlountIn rainfall of .25 of an inch. I 12:00: : o'clock noon, Monday, August'' elect on the same .., -

:. Louis Judge # CLIPPINGS FROM rapher were of the party took pictures of I langua'ge such as only he has at his It has been noticed that during the) 13th, 1806 by the Board: of Public dent a Vice-President an i ,. -

The recent l decision! ,of a St. Louis # JULY MAGAZINES. them. The hull of the Viscaya has command, announced the winner of past week the high temperatures come Works for the construction of a con- and Treasurer. Until ; : ,

broken in 'two. One of her military the P. K. Yonge- history medal, Miss In the foren on. Every day the highest -i] crete sidewalk in front of property ofM tion, John C. Avery shall! 't. .

judge in effect that a person purchasing I: H I masts, with its tog:!, Is still standing, Etta Reilly; Mr. C. V. Thompson pre has been registered between the1 J. Moreno, lots E20 ft. of Lot A. A. Ericson shall be V i,--.'. -

goods from a trust cannot be Compelled but at an angle, and the forward tui- : sented to 'Miss Oliva LBaron the U. hours of 10 and 12, with but one ex-1: 20, block 5, in Old City Addi and E. C. Melvin shaH! -,( -

to pay for such goods if it The Real Enemies of the People.' ret gun points skyward. Both vessels -: D. C. medal for the best essay on the.! ception. | tion. City of Peasacola, Florida, and Treasurer, and these ; -

!he shown that the parties from whom lAs welt established the industrial and "boss"quite as is lie exposed to the fury of south-I "Battle of Shilch," ani Hon. C. L.; Observer Reed in his daily summary!! in accordance with specifications on gether with D. A. Frank. F.: .-.

the goods were purchased were at necessary as erly and easterlygales., and Sh'ne! in a neat speech delivered the! of weather conditions yesterday sail: | file in the office of the Board of Public and A. Eliasburg, shah cou -
the political 'ooss, in the existing
liable to disappear at any Helen Fisher Memorial medal to Miss "The pressure is still! low from New: \Vbks. The right to reject any or Board of (Directors.
the in violation of the social His : is to run
operating system. business
time I Captain :.1. C.. Summers in time'-I' Lucille Boyer. Mexico northward, the barometer being -| all bids is reserved. Bond in the sum 6. The highest amoun :

anti-trust laws is rather unusual l. to the political machine, not in the interest Metropolitan Magazine.CHINA'S The Winner Announced. lowest In North Dakota and showIers of $25.00 will be required. I ness or liability to which .:.
of the of '
Ear the least. The particular case people or even any I I and thunderstorms prevail in the tioa time SU'DM- .
can at any : ,
particular party but in the interest of i j Then Prof. Graham of the commit.. I I
which led to the decision was that of AWAKENING.Rev. Dakotas and Nebraska; rain continues BJDS WANTED. Fifty Thousand Dollars (ft- .
the private owner of the public utility -, tee to select the winner of the C. B.
I in the north Pacific states; show- -Sealed bids will be received until 7. The and
a plumber who having bought goods or the private controller of the!1 Parkhill medal appeared upon the -
ers and thunderstorms also prevail in|, 12:00 o'clock, noon Monday, August subscribers 'and the -
: amoun5wbscribed .
: -
91. B. Eubank Tells of tbe Empire'
in social interest'i'11'fticts
valued at $250 from a firm dealing need whosa economic stage and after a few preliminary remarks -I
New York and New England states are! 13th, 1906, by the Bard of Public for each, -.. -..
plumber's supplies refused to. c 'With that of the people, and! Progresi In Sir Tear announced that after much deliberation l : by ar? a? : .
pay under the influence of a low pressure) Works for the construction of a con- A. A. Ericson Selma ; ...
who must therefore control the polit-i The Rev. M. B. Eubank, :M. D., formerly : the committee had finally I >;: ;
therefor, and upon being! sued, entered area; some appreciable showers have;: crete sidewalk in front of property of shares.
kal control!
obtain :
machinery so as I pastor of Emanuel Baptist concluded that Miss Amy Briggs was
the novel plea that. as the firm was of been scattered in the east Gulf and! Miss Earnestine Fordham, lots, East John C. AvefPensac, '. F- ,
government I church at Kansas City Mo., recently entitled to the honor though all of south Atlantic states and in extreme'!I 60 ft. of North & of lot 20, and West 15 shares.E. .
connected and there !
with a trust was The political "boss" is the creature I the contestants should, feel highly hon-|
operating in defiance of law, collection of the modern capitalist; he was!; returned from Huchau, China with a ored for the excellence of their reel-;!: southern Texas; elsewhere, generally, 34 ft of N. V of Lot 21, block 5 in Old C. Melvin. Selma, Alabama! ::

spawned in, and has developed with,; wonder story of.the "new China" that tations. i! fair weather has prevailed. |i City Adition,City of Pensacola, Florida, shares.D. .
of coul
the debt not be
the capital system 'and is as necessary -(i is awakening says the Kansas City This announcement wa: met with I "Temperatures have fallen considerably in accordance with specifications on A. -Frank Selma, Alaocm.: :: 5
forced. in parts of Nebraska the Dakotas file in the office of the Board of Public shares.R. .
to that system as is the capital1st 'I
j Star. "I left Kansas City, he said, thunderous applause, and Miss Briggs
Two wrongs never :yet made a right, himself. '. 1 her and Montana. Works} The right to reject any or Richard Selma, A.apam-: : :'
"In October, 1S99, to take over the Hu, was immediately surrounded by
and the decision of the learned St There is but one way to get rid cfj classmates and friends upon the stage!j "The southeastern high pressure j all bids is reserved. Bend in the sum shares.A. .
rule" chau mission at the direction of the area has remained stationary and generally .: of $50.00 will be required. Eliasburg Selma Aa.-! : ,- ;
Louis jurist in this case would seem "boss in politics, and that is by and heartily congratulated upon her I a
MhBionary fair weather with variable winds I I
abolishing the system of private ownership northern division of the Baptist shares.
to put a premium upon villiany. The I success havIng won so high an hon-
I which produces him and makes unions. I have been in China, is indicated for this vicinity tonght BIDS WANTED. (Signed) A. A. ERJO.ASigned :

purchase of the goods was not denied, the few the beneficiaries of the count I therefore barely six years, and this ia.what or.Thus the second annual commence- and Saturday." Sealed bids will be received until ( ) JNO. C AVERY::

and that they were subsequently sold less iniquities visited upon the great I have seen happen: ment of the Pensacola High School 12:00 o'clock, noon Monday, August I (Signed) E. C. MELVN

by. the plumber who secured them, mass of the people.No to memorable close. It wit- 13th, 1906, by the Board of Public (Signed) D. A. FRANK:
"There in all China when I came a NOVEL READING.A
and profits of the transaction, together "boss" ig in politics in that capacity were nessed the conclusion} of the most sur-I Works for the construction of a con (Stgned) R. RICHARD
with the money that was justly on his own account The ;went just six newspapers. Now there cessful sesson: $E the Institution ..,' i crete sidewalk in front of property of (Signed) A. BLIASBUR3:: :
For Lei Girl
SuggestIon of It For
"boss" must the "boodle." hundreds of activein Miss }Miller lots E. half ((41 ft.
have They are them. They are Mary
due the firm from which they had it has been only two .years since u. Under Twenty-five.
are inseparable. :Without 'boodle" getting news, and all of them are sufficient 1 s 9 ins.) Lot 23, block 5, in Old City STATE OF FLORIDA
aid the
teen purchased pocketed by the said there Is no "boss." creditably conducted. The telegraph is I state enable gave it tot esalish Jo a countyto higher I "Fewer. novels for girls under twen- Addition, City of Pensacola, Florida, COUNTY OF ESCAMBIA.

plumber was practically admitted. The "boss" does not furnish the I everywhere, away even in the Seehuen branch in the public institutions of, ty-fivei" the recommendation of a in accordance with specifications on Personally before the un--- ;>

How.. therefore the judge reached "boodle." province right on the Tibetan borders.In learning -Pensacola, and those who writer who believes that the silly nov file in the-office of the Board of Public appeared A. A. Ericson, John C ,V\ :-'

the conclusion that one man was legally Who does? I 1898 the empress revoked every re- have been connected with, the institu- els girls read are responsible for many Works. The right to reject any or each of whom acknowledged :. ,- -
Aye, that's the question! and much of the all bids Is reserved. Bond in the sum ture to the
entitled to rob another, even ,! form promulgated by the young em- tion for the past year, and since its; unhappy marriages foregoing) Instrmr---::
Turn on the searchlight in that di-i i disillusionment of women. Consumed of $50.00 -jirbe r q iiired. that the same is his act ana ,
though the latter should be a criminal rcction and you will be horrified by | peror. The public opinion created by inception should feel. proud ofjhe.euc- IN WffTNESS -
and sentimental "
%with curiosity longings -
attained the
}in the of the law. is a the revelation.You the newspapers has forced her since cess antf'of Cngra.tulaHons
eyes mystery been a girl turns for information to BIDS WANTED. hereunto set my hand and affi "
which haw heaped,
will see that private interestsare I. then to grant every one of them. Even upon. Sealed bids be received until official seal this 4th
has will ,
that not yet been solved.A I.I them. ;/ j % fiction, the result being that she formsa day of Jir-
I the enemies of the public weal; the ancient system of education has '." 12:00 o'clock, noon, Monday, August D., 1906.
TheProg'ram.The totally erroneous generally silly
that trusts and corporations delibe i'i been abolished, ,and in its stead there fe 13th, 1906, by the Board of Public (''SignedE.. R. BURGOYMSeal :
_prc ram its entirety, as ren conception of life. At the outset her
Texas negro has been sentencedto ately pollute the political fountain and! are thousands of public schools teach- Works for the construction of a concrete ( ) Notary r.
dered last night, was as" follows: head with sentimental
999 years in the penitentiary, and I contaminate an its national, state and ing modern subjects. Invocation! R fv. F A. Rogers ia-.etuffed non- sidewalk in front of property of My commission expires Oct. 17 .

Texans say he got off easy, at that. municipal streams ; and in which the I "Six years ago there were only 150 Parkhil&Medat ,Contest."Entertaining sense Vritten by people who know Mrs. Isaac Wright lots W. half (41 -

I political 'boss" is but a mere puppet, miles of railroad in China; now there 'Sister's nothing- society and still less of life, ft. 9 ins.) lot 23, block 5, in Old City STATE OF ALABAMA:
I fBrg
are representative capitalists: financiers are fully 2,500 built or building. Reilley. < .1 -I the nsequence too often being that Addition, City of Pensacola, Florida, COUNTY OF DALLAS,

Tennessee to Establish and promoters, most of whom 1' "And lien Shi Kal viceroy of Chill "Aunt Elnora's Hero"-Amy Briggs. the girl who imagined men committing in accordance with specifications on Personally before the un-ie-=.;'

are also recognized pillars of the i province, has an army of 200,000 men, I "Old Gowns":-;jTheresa Jacoby. suicide for her sake finds herself part- file in the office of the Board of Public appeared Eliasburg! D. A K:..'.

Tuberculosis Hospital. Crhistian church. i| trained by Japanese and German offi- I "Behind the, :Curtain"-Lillie Wil I nerless at her first dance or, at best Works. The right to reject any or Richard and E. C. MBlv.n.: -

These" and" not their repulsive po-!' cers and both uniformed and equipped liams. waltzing with a pale faced youth in an all bids is reserved. Bond in the sum whom acknowledged his ? ;z-:: -

The great white 'ague, ttfberculoEls IHIcai boss, who is simply their po- I immaculate shirt front who, to aid his of 50.00 will be required. the fore'going instrument ?.r: '. -
modern lines. There Chinese Judges of ContestMr.
1tIcal walking delegate are the real, on are 10,000 -
Is responsible for deaths has probably jotted her downon I same is his act and dee'
more annually memory
enemies of tha people and debauchersof students In Jap n. L. J. Reeves. Mr. H. E. Graham,
than other known disease I his as "skinny, with BIDS WANTED. IN WITNESS! WHERE') '
any the nation's morals.-R V. Debs "China is awakening more rapidly Dr. Mallory Kennedy. programme .
and although science has advance'd to in Success. Piano Duet-Flossie Boyer, Occie freckles." This author holds it doubtful Sealed bids will be received until hereunto set my hand ar. : \ :
: than
I July the Dr.
people anywhere dream I .
12:00 o'clock official seal this 5th -
of -
noon, Monday, August day
Clubbs.! whether fiction
the point where many diseases, heretofore I S Eubank concluded "and It will not be ., 1 even healthy the 13th 1906, by the Board of Public 1906.
-Essay-The. Battle of of "Ivanhoe" Is for
Lexington. type
considered incurable may be Woman's Ways. long before she becomes a world power necessary Works for the construction of a con- (Signed) R. P. ANDERSON.Seal : .
The kissed the Louis Hannah.EssayThe girls. As for the stories which tell of
controlled, but little progress has young man maiden and a great one. Of that I am firmly crete sidewalk in front of property of ( ) :NaPul. :. -
Panama Canal Occie meek little heirsto
teen made against the ravages of tuberculosis. -I And fair she did'? not resist, convinced. Clubbs. governesses and typewriters marrying with holesin Mrs. Louise Yinestra, Jots 86 ft. of S My commission eIpj:e- August, !\&.:/:
1.2 of Lot 50, block 9, in Old City!
The state of Tennessee is Nor any protest offer as Essay-The Battle of Shiloh. Olivia their stockings graciously bestowingtheir '
Addition, City of Pensacola,
taking an advanced position with relation She twice-and thrice-was kissed. ATTACK OF FLYING FISH. LeBaron. hands on magnates and millionaires in accordance with specifications! Florida STATE OF FLORIDA.
But when he smacked her once again Piano Solo-Vivian 'Byrd. on COUNTY OF ESCAMBIAPersonally
to this malady and i the author sums them by observing
purposes establishing up file in the office of the Board of Public -
With a resounding pop, Schooner Made a Target For Thousands Address-iEt. Andrew Sledd. before the un-.erMr: : :
a hospital for its treatment' She stamped her 'pretty foot and of Finny Fighter Introduced -by Mir.! W. A. BlounL: that it Is quite as pernicious in Works. The right to reject any or appeared A. A. Ericson. Jotn C A'--
the long run to read them as to read all bids is reserved. Bond In the sum
in connection with the cried Presentation Dip'lomas.By : ",-
penitentiary The steamer Claudine was recently of who being sworn says each !'J: -
&)"Stem. The Memphis Commercial- "Don'tStop! !" attacked by flying fish in the Hawaii Mr. A. V. Clubbs.' of passion intrigue and villainy. of J100.00 will be required. j, that it is intended in gW. t'ai-r.!

I i Violin S'OloIiss Lillian Jacoby. I construct, maintain and opra..
Appeal has the following to say relative channel between the islands of Hawaii BIDS WtANTED. i
The young man was chagrined to be Awarding of Medals. railroad mentioned in he w.'h.r. .
to the and Maul, says a Honolulu correspondent I Sealed
project: bids will be received until
So frigidly repelled Blount Composition l.Iedal-J1'r. P. posed charter.
; ; The Journal Printed
The state is to establish a tubercu. He mutely drew his head away i of the New York Herald. The K.'Yonge, Dr. Percival H. Whale, Mr. 12:00 o'clock, noon, Monday;August (Signed) A. A. ERIC:: I"'

bats hospital in connection with the And freed the hand he held. searchlight on the vessel evidently attracted ( John S. Beard, committee. During May, 1906, 13th, 1906, by the Board of Public; (Signed) JNO C AVE! .

penitentiary system. This is\ and angered the fish. A large Works for the construction; of a con- *.. ,
a stepIn Deep silence reigned-one might have 1 Sons of the Amercan: Revolution -Sworn to and subscribed b> -:--
the right direction and we venture hear a' school of the fish suddenly rose out of 'Medal Dr. Percival H. Whaley, Mr. a Total of crete sidewalk i In front of property of this 4th day of June, A. D. 1.-->

to say that the benefits of the insti- A tiny hairpin drop- I the water and Instead of flying away !j W. A. Blount, Mr. A. A. Brown, committee Miss M. D. Charbonnkr, lots 49, (Signed)' E. R. BrRG-)1Y'. -,

tution will be, recognized during the Until at last the maiden lisped, i from the boat as is usually the case !! 157350COPIES block 9, i n Old 'City Addition (Seal) :\0'.uy: P.

first year of its existence. We trust: 'Don't' stop!" i with that variety of fish, they flew over P. K. Yonge History Medal-"Mr. W. City of Pensacola Florida, in

that good work of this kind is not to -Dwight Spencer Anderson in The the bow of the craft One of them flew ; A. Blount, Mr. C. F. Zeek, Mrs. L. J. accordance with specifications on STATE OF ALABAMA.
be limited to those connected with file in the office of the'Board
Bohemian for July. 1 Reeves of Pub-
directly for the light and broke the committee. COUNTY OF DALLAS.Personaly ; .
felonies. If we have criminals ITC I lic Works. The right to reject
the United Daughters of the Confederacy any or before the un-;
glass, putting light out of commis- or an Average of
also have the and believe all bids is reserved.
worthy we Bond in
poor Irrigation in the
Nevada. sum ,
Medal-Mr. '
sion. A dozen fish reached the upper C. V. Thompson, Mr. J. S. appeared A. ET.asburg: DF :
the latter should cared for of $100.00 will be
be The irrigation work of the national I Beard required. '
Mrs. F. 0. Howe, committee. [ C. Melvin and R. Richard. R "-
bridge of the vessel and two struck I
and protected in this respect before
government has made its first great 1 Helen "'.- -
Fisher : "
Memorial Medal Pre each for hiinse.f
the criminal classes are given the conquect Ir. this same :Nevada. Into the side of the man on watch, nearly II sented by .)lr. C. L. Shine. 5,828 BIDS WANTED. i' intended sworn says in good faith to < .
benefit But we will not quarrel with knocking him over. Sealed bids
this parched sand and sagebrush the Announcement of the Judges of the will be received until maintain and operate the
the state authorities on these grounds It Las been noted by island captainsthat DAILY 12:00 o'clock,
; water was turned last year from the Parkhill Medal -contest noon, Monday, August mentioned in the within .. *:
for we feel satisfied that the consumption works of the "Carson and Tmcke the searchlights saem to affect the Graduates. 13th, 1906 by the Board of Publc;
hospital for the afflicted criminal Project." It was the most flying fish In a The The following figures show The Pen Works for the construction of charter. .
very strange way. Flossie! a concrete -
I Boyer, Occie Clu tbs, Amy/ sacola Journal's circulation for each (Signed) A. ELIA55-
will sooner or later lead to one for event in the history of the state of fish do like the : sidewalk in front of !
evidently not of
bright Briggs, Louis Hannah, Herbert Caro, day durin'g the month of May 1906. property (Signed) D. A. FRAN:
those citizens whose limited fortunes more lasting value even than the discovery light cast upon the waters, for'they Invariably Lillie Williams. with the average number of copies J. E. Callaghan, lots WL 63 ft. and N.j i (Signed) E. C. MELV \
preclude them from taking advantageof 'of the Comstock lode. rrom 91 ft. of Lot 19 block !
fly at the jlight, probably in an Honors. daily: 5, in Old Citv:; (Sfgned) R. RICHAK.;
the one chance in a hundred for the massive dam constructed Addition, of
masonry effort to extinguish it after the fashIon Flossie Boyer-First Honor. City Pensacola, Florid Sworn to "subscribed} hr-:. --
conquering this dreadful disease.Of to hold the waters of the Truckee May 1, 5,800 May 17, 5,800 in accordance with
of moths to Occie Clubbs Second Honor. specifications on this 5th day of June A. D. 1'"'''
must take the marvelous trying extinguish 2 5,800 18
course we River the blessed flow was tuned May May 5,700 file in the office of the Board of Public '
tales of the enthusiast with the over fifty thousan acres. candle. Medalists. May 3, 5,900 May 19, 5,800 Works. or' (Signed! ) R. P. AXDEH-:: .
Occie right to reject -1-. f
Clubfoa-W. A. Bount! Com- any (Seal) Notary
common sense grain of salt. We cannot This was the first completed sectionof May 4, 5,700 May 20, 6,200 all bids is reserved. {Bond in the sum'of
position Medal.Louis'Hannah.
believe all we hear of miraculous a plan which is to irrigite almost A "Persuaded" Prisoner. May 5, 5,900 May 21, ..... $100.OOwIhI be required. .9juneoaw4w.

: cures. but science and sanitation both a million acres of desert This The resourceful"man Is the one who -S. A. R. Medal. May 6, 6,250 May 22, 5,700 -

suggest and endorse the tuberculosisfarm means, within a few )years fifty acre succeeds. There is, a deputy marshalin Medal.Etta Reilley-P. K. Yonge History May 7, ... May 23, 5,850 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

and if statistics are to be belIeved farms for thousand May 8,. 5,800 May 24, 5,750 MANWhere
twenty families: Alabama who does not let any. such Olivia LeBaron on the 7th day of July, A. D., 1906, application
public economy is also found on which they are certain of large and trifles as extradition laws stop him. A Lucile U. D. C. Medal. May 9, 5,600 May 25, 5,750 wjll be made by A. A. ERIC-
advocating these institutions: Therefore profitable' It also Boyer--Helen Fisher Memor- May 10, 5,600 May 26, 5300 will and the ""'
crops. means new writer in the WashingtonPost tells a ial Medal.: t* SON, E.. C. MELVIN. D. A. FRANK you .
we hail this consumption hospital towns and cities to supply this: great story of one of his achievements. i Board.of. May 11, 5,600 May 27, 6,100 R. RICHARD, A. BLtASBURG and (Madam) and the Kiddies sper.i "
for afflicted Tennessee criminals Public Instruction-Mr..A. 12 5,700 28
farming community with the productscf May ?
: .o. JOHN .C. the summer
When AVERY Governor
the of
as the forerunner of something the mills and mines and factoriesof term of court wag about to V. Clubbs/chairman; Mr. A. C. Blount; May 13,' 6,300 May 29, 5,750 Our F. -
the State of Florida for"a charter Incorporating Why not take a flyer (
grander beautifully begin one time'a man who was out on Jr.; Mr. Wv -1t A'gerton, Mr. N. B. -
and better something the country, east and west. : May 14, .o. May 30, 5,800 them under the to the finest Summer Countr: .n ."
humane as well as economicalthe More than that, it means new population ball was reported to be enjoying him- Cook, superintendent May 15, 5,800 May 31, 5,800 PENSACOLA SHORE LINE & POW- world? Cool, Bracing and lnvig-rj'

hearth-giving farm for consump. of perhaps two hundred thou- self over In Georgia. M.y 16, 5,800 ER OOIPA.under' charter for ting Colorado.

tIves the free public haven of retreat sand souls and a prosperous principality Deputy Jim went after him. The NASSAU IS NOW Total for the month.. .. 157,305Avera2e which appUcatlo 1'has been a DIed as required -! It only takes a day.: Leave St. LoS.
for the sufferers from the great added to the greatness oi the next: day he telegraphed the"judge:
by law, a ,copy of which is a'follows 'en the Missouri Pacific at 3(111: :=
white plague. Union. It is all purely creative for "I have persuaded him to "
day.. .. .. : i The next morning early yo I a"
per 5,328
I j I
wealth Is made where there was none A few days later he rode Into townon GOLF CHAMPIONBy 1. The name 'of the corporat'oa Colorado.

One of the handsomest school publications offered before, for and magnificent opportunity a mule, leading his prisoner, tied up I hereby certify that the above shall be PENSACOLA SHORE LINE', Living Is Cheap. Write for 1---" "

we have recently seen is the liant livelihood independent to those and ,elf-re snugly with a clothesline.. The prisoner statement is correct according: to the & POWER COMPANY and its prin- tion pamphlet-list of Boarding He' i'etc.

commencement! number of the who hungerfor looked as If he had seen hard service. Associated pr" records on file in this office. cipal place of "business Pensacola' .
it-Ralph D.
Paine in "The Builders "Why Jim!" exclaimed the Judge. Lake Forest, HI. June 29.-Altc Florida.! 1 LOW RATESTo
Clarion published by the students of ," in The Outing Magazine for j i
: "You didn't make him walk all the Smith Nassau to-day won tha open I 2. The general nature of the business Denver July 9th to 14'h,
July. i .
the Pensacola Classical School. It golf championship 'Of the United '
way from Georgia did shall be to build. and
,* youT'"Xo own oper- meeting B. P. 0. Elks.
is well edited and is typographically sir" States with a total of 259 ate a railroad by steam 1
July Burr Mcintosh replied Jim. strokes.I I electricity or To San Francisco June 24- :
Monthly. I Smith now holds the ''1
a ve':jr pretty piece of work. The cover of the July Burr Mcln- "I thought not," Bald the judge. national Willia other power, for the carriage of freight. July 6th.
tosh' Monthly which Is now' on all -No." responded Jim. ."Part of the Smith the ( and passengers! In the'unty of Es-!: To Colorado and Salt Lake C;: :
circulation! Mexican champion, took Sworn to and subscribed before State
The Journal's me camb'a of'Floridaj j said
statementof stands is fine way I drug him and when we to railroad summer.
news! a portrait of : come second honors. Willie, Anderson the this 31st of
June will be ready in a few days. Frezastad 'a Grand Opera singer in the Tallapoosa river be swum." present champion finished fifth day May 1906. to extend troai-the-CUy of Pensacola,1'1 I. E. REHLANDER.
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hop and Indifferently queried: ( : f':
want R fly-screen! b:,: ", ; .. ,
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door or window, do you?" 1 < '1. : .
"\ hat for l' asked the cobbler, without Ii n -/ ; ., -

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dos J r aid a half that may save you tromI f ,F
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aeen in that window=' -- ""5k.1" "

Pua" Oii'y: one fly! comes to me all summer A dliconraged .looking man i G V 'r..1::;' ; ,. '..-!

interrupted the cobbler. '.}. 1,(. ,, :,. ..

Acd that's me?" queried the discouraged willingly. In fact, again, I'm glad you .. ;ct.1.',.'.:, .; '.\....

man. didn't give me a Job. My boSs pays me ; -c;: :.1 I ;1
Dot vhas you." by the hour, hit or miss, and I'm readyto '

And you want me to waft my way do a heap of missing. Only one fly, 1 :. if: '. ::

oat cf this?" and that's me, and out I go. So long, "' <.,,ty'rIt' .' ; '. .
"Of you please." old man, Buz.z.z.z! Forget me." \ .: .>

")111 go. of course. In fact I'll go JOE KERB. : '' .\ .
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:;: ;.. \ .t I -- IN KEErnm.1 *"" "Young Swelllngton has Inherited a million dollars." 't|, i', i i" ::\

-,1.. wMCN I31R ., Virginia has a golfing suit I t. "Goodness! And does he dare go out without a guardian?" J tt" ;;' ."".;',t

f I t With which she now cajoles, *" J 'f' ;!.4 ', .

.., .. .<..:"_ ... :And It made In her Just daddy's eighteen bank holes.account 7 r THEY WERE ALL TAKEN IN. L i ::t

I was taking an early] vacation and v;,. : .;. Ji!
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had secured board at a Sullivan county '
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farmhouse, when one day a nearby farmer s r.. .
who had been sent for arrived and asked ..,:>. -of' ". J
.YID the day that there was to be a circusat what was wanted. "\. ',{,,
Selma, Ala., I was riding out : ..
to see a j
"Say, Jim: replied mine host, "there'sa ,t. ; .,.--.. I. .
certain man 10 miles from town when < M
',,; q lot of people coming up on the train tonight .s! .
met a little old woman belonging to the"cracker" f. fc,
'. 00 to stay for a couple of weeks. My .., f.
class. She had on a poke bon- .
house Is full and I cap't take care of "' i'I
net and a clean calico dress but was i'
them. I want to take them In. ;
II to i 120'l barefooted. I was passing her with a : ti.t\:
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jt nod when she held up her hand and said: only one spare ; : ;
0 Q t "That's all right The_ rest can ((1'
"Stranger, my name's Skinner, and I'm : 1 '
0 0 0 0 q wI4q l bound to town and the circus." on the floor or In the barn." I .. $1 .
I" v1.1" That's "I'm afraid they'd kick at salt / ,
goqd, I replied. "Got your 50 t
II'.. .. 'taters and bread and butter." 1 1
I cents ,to pay your way In? 'I : J'
I" l: "Not a kick Jfim That's\ what '.'j
: "j u. \ I "I'-vft only got two bits, san jest two ."
14t.UNCI .. .. -, dimes and a Dickie/ come for-to get country fare." "' { .

+ ((1'1\\ .. .-.'" "I'm afraid you won't get In for that. "I'm mighty short on dishes, t ;" \,:

"Stranger, don't yon worry about Polly haven't got a swing, hammock '.f'" -,

Skinner. I 'shall get Into that circus and anda," protested the farmer. ; i '.
see everything, for two bits. Look yere, "Never you mind those thldgs .1" ;

nAtc A 1 / will you." thing else. It's six dollars a week I "
1YOU' NAUGHTY /\ t w QEAR FORA DANCE DE l l And putting the coins In her mouth she and they find their own verandas ":, '.

PRINCE t YOU SHOUtDNTJ L Nttft> began to turn cartwheels in the road and scenery. If you see any of 'em :.1' *pii ;

KISS ME. TIU WE ARE K( ended up with a handspring that broughther cross just raise the price of j i t r {

MARRIED tt on to her feet again to ask: other dollar, or threaten to. Take 'I .
"Well, what do you think of that?" ; ;.
s whole 12 and let 'em understand
GI T/1f) "Immense," I replied, "but how Is that t.t''f
only doing It for tavor. '
1 I to to Into the circus for a : }
z help you get a
quarter The farmer took them In-men, i :111;
/ -In this way. I'll! stand In front of the and children-and at the end of : ; f"'I'

1 i ,I''' ticket wagon and demand a ticket, and if week, when I left, the people trJ1''
1h w,( the critter won't give it to me I'll cart- ; : ; !
I ao wheel and handspring and flip-flop 'till I ; 'i-S I
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i l i .' i r I/ draw every blessed soul away from his !
show and bust him up. Polly Skinnerhain't :t.tte-f
no spring chicken, stranger." .{
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met her going asked \ "
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iEI "The critter wouldn't give me a ticket : : ::t!!; i

\ for two bits and I began to flip-flop! and ; t i I",_.,. !
.. It wasn't over two minutes before he was 11 I
glad to give me one of the best seats In !;: I \t !
HOOP) El!! wow! the tent and all the peanuts I could eat ?');J!1

011 YOv NA lY THN&O : Ic1H # F_ t and the lemonade I could drink besides. \ l' 5 '<

: .AVE ME PRINCE; Here's the way I did It." \ t. ?v*' ,
the cartwheel business f'.t; "
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again and was still keeping it up when I 1 1 i
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spurred my horse into a gallop and left ..vf t, i

f a i h l her behind me. JOE KERR. i ''J\\ i','r,Il f' ..,...J':" ,,t

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tI l///l tI' ', -' ,:,\ ,\ Eve -There IN, are PAHADISE.some beautiful new \ \ '1'1 r,, T1!,t' ,' !.I[.

0ay leaves over there. I wish you would L '" .
o t'r pa/ AN ADVANTAGE. f gather me some for a new dress. frozen'M ., r.).-' :!
e Adam-Xot on your life. Why you had "
Clara-I dislike: to see people make spectacles of themselves. three new dresses last week. Be satis- 'f : d: :

t, V /L I'II Claude-Oh, I don't mind It. One can see through them easily when they do. fled with the clothes you've already got. ; : I .;. .iff :
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tl "\,paper he had been puzzling: : overu .+: I
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and led to surrender to a small
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*"J.l'r. what la it the President is :' f
to, "i;;': to do with the railroads" '\..ie1 t' Find an Indian.

H. ;IK trying, for one thing, to break 'f 1
-. !h.. practice of rebates."
V J THE ; f1.
And what's rebates? e, } ;
Ring, freights for one person cheaper i ,
ilwu tor another." There is now another tide tt !

'h! that It? Well. I'm sorter disap- insurance question.Vlicn a man
\\ 11,1\', 1 / ; 3
JIf"tl'd. i thought rebates was paying .. e \ 11 }' I IILk r 1t proached by an agent to take
!k .. something.1'M \4 ? policy he will: If a careful: aod.
take from his pocket the
4 so it !is, in effect: What Is your person
U'r', ing printed list of questions:
1 i I nil 1' Drat salary dogs : year 'pr ( % g
w.11, I'm a farmer, living two miles '
OUt of town. Seven train it 'F t\ celve?
years ago a \ : "How many of his relatives are : :
run ofer and killed six hogs for me. I --. soft snaps ia the compinyT; ,. ; '

Aett n" tor the railroad, but they put me ,....,... "How many trust coEpinies Is
I 1 seal and my lawyer died. Then .- :....r- Interested 'IJi?'* '"" !
licked company
three conductors, four brake-
IIJpD, two engineers, four firemen and two \ "How often does It. speculate: In
.\ ,JQt men and paid over $100 In fines. '. :;., .. Street with tte policybofders

railroad wouldn't settle yet tore down ten telegraph posts .., .- "How large a lobby does. It
")31''' Coven 10 telegraph posts and sot In Jail for three months." .. : __...' t at the state capital '
tor .
ttree months. That was my ., # .. "What did It cost you to boy the J
move ..
and when I saw what the !
decided opinion. : lature last ?"
dent would not give year
said about '. -- ,. .
rebates: I was that he said as I .
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mean "How thousanddillars
death : It'ion't many t
i. U .included Looks to to me as If the case"I my cigar, >ty.; fn' S back to .. ,". ...t.. '; silk rugs In your president's.oSce I
pay them hogs: : ;? r .
al me fines I have: given conductors and making'engineers ,j : "How many hundred thousand I 3 ;
op. I get .. : >
all" and.before }
that way to you'" nray-heided !I Miss notr" did you pay to.the. lawyers last
it didn't, mybiih wiltUooo.. Billions-.Ttru're a very good at fielding,. are you I
hit he "How
was so hopeful many policyholders were }
.I Choily Outfield Well catch," at least this''season. t
Wed that I bated to spoil hU JOE KERB er, I tope to make one "good slt




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; 1- I Readthis I REAL ESTATEBARGAINS For Sale I


Every Man Should Have a Twice $1600-5 room cottage, E. Strong St., -

near--9th Ave., 6ysl32.
.. $ 600-Lot: 60x150, E. Jackson street, MODERATE PRICES.

For a few days I have to offer three between 7th and 8th Aves.
Definite Life full in New -each :bock: $ 600--;.3 lots in block 170. New City. call
Object in blocks City, We desire especially the attention: of those desiring comfortable ,-
: each lot 40 by $1400-Store ana, dwelling on WrightS
containng 20 lots, and homes at moderate prices to the fol.owing: which we a .-
137& feet for :..'- cor-'7th ave. gathered together and offer for this week. If you are intere-e< ,,'_ :
$1600. A FINE PIECE OF BUSINESS $1500-: room cottage E. Jackson St. the following does not suit you, call in and see us. We have .
and that object should be to have a home! If you are This is a little 525 lot Only $ 700-4( ( lots bock 132, New City. O'n.--
per offer
not a home owner, you are losing valuable t-me every day PROPERTY ON THE SOUTH SIDE $3150-Splendid bargain in residenceon : -
_a few years ago you could have boughtthe ,
you let go by without making some arrangements to obtain same size lots about where the car OF E. INTENDENCIA NEAR TARRAGONA -: North H'lL No. 307 West cfiase St., a large one-story, six room dwelling

it. There's no man but that can own a.home. Others line now runs on 16th street Now you $1500-Blocks 113 and 270.; W. K. in perfect condition.. . . . .. . .. ,$3i:)>!o)
have bought homes and paid for them and YOU can too. 7th Ave. near
A $1500-4 cottage .
ten times much. Somebodywill STREET. THIS
pay as No. 602 N. Hayne St.. a desirable location six room dweling,
Much startWe
depends the
on way you pay ten tiaies as much for the) Gad3den St, 75x110. lot 80 by 150 'feet . . .. .. .. . .. . 2330
:ots in these three blocks and be: BARGAIN WORTH LOOKING INTO. Various other properties for the ask-
No. 1005 N. Davis St, large two story eight room dwelling with
If want to or sell! see
ing. buy
in you
of cash and
a couple :years. $600 FIVE LOTS AND A 2-STORY RES- servants house-, large :ot fronting on two streets.. . 1500
Can Start You 1; balance on time. us.
Right $iOQ-For another block a little-better,, IDENCE, NEW C.TY.; CORNER 10th Leans mae on Real Estate Securl- No. 532 E. Gregory:St., a well built and commodious seven room

than the three above. Terms tin any amounts. dwelling, lot fronts on two streets.. . .. . . 1,500

also on this. j. AVENUE AND .11th STREET. A No. 427 E. Inteniencia St., comfortable six room dwelling 1,505
Better about this question of home:: right away.
see us
$900-For two blocks: not quite so : No. 812 West Government St., a new five room dwelling: with
Write call helloPensacola BARGAIN IF SOLD AT ONCE.
THEY goo ARE:! as ALL the above MONEY three.MAKERS. L. S. BROWN & CO.I I large lot .. . . .. .. . ... . .. . 1.500

SOMEBODY No. 601 East Belmont. St., a neat five room dwelling in good

WILL BUY THEM AND "WE SELL LOTS." order .. . ... .. .. . .. ... . 1,250
--------. McDavid-Hyer Company, |! No. 414 West Intendencia St. one story, seven room dwe:ling,
Investment Company -- -- lot 40 feet by 170 feet. . .- .. . .. .. .. .. . 1 07j

LESLIE E. BROOKSPhone Agents New York Jwu-Ln.rjtrnn FOR,nnhlnJW RLNTS -wtnJW

A. H. D'ALEHBERTE City Manager.W. .
412 Fisher Building Life Insurance Company. RENT AND GARDEN produce free to

H. KNOWLES; President. R. L SIMPSON: Secretiry.KXOWLXi I satisfactory family: to occupy good HOOTON & WATSON.

J.L STILLMA.N, V..Pres. ani Ceo. )wl1er. HH. Treuartr. 8 E. Government Street house and care for property durng:
l the summer a short distance from
Rae slate loans General Investments. HELP WANTED Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. I city. Address "House" care Journal. Leading Real Estate, Rental ani Insurance Agency.

215 South Paiafox Street Pensacola Florida. f 1,. """" 21june.
d3r.E 64 NO. 37 &. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L
\\\\\'TED-Fire layer for work
rEL::: --- __ East
----- -----l.-- J FOR \7-Five-room cottage,
Address R. Jour-
P.1 Gregory near Railroad shops, $S I .
nal ,
30jt ---
A Nice r Little HomeOn per month. C. R. Yaeger, Thiesen

F I F.: J J. WHITE & W."TEDIen, everywhere; good bui ding. Phone 6S6. june19 I -=
CO --- I
A pay; to distribute circulars, advertising East Cervantes street fronting -
Bargain'In matter, tack signs, etc.; no can- south, lot 80 ft. by 137V.:.. feet deep ;5, FOR REN'T-Modern two-story house,
Artesian Well DrillersFor vassing. Address National ,Distributing room cottage, new and modern, c'ty: with large grounds, partly under '
located in northern Estate in Pensacolaor
cultivation sub Real
Bureau, 100 Oakland Bank Bidg.,, water, two bocks: from car line. nice urbs. For information address or Don't t Buy
Chicago, III 2Sjlw* neighborhood. Can sell on easy pay-
Saw Mills and ments, just the place for a working, apply to the Pensacola Investment
Water Front Property Co. 9june, anywhere else until get an
WANTED JULY 1-Saw filer for 20 man with a small amount of money i i, you

Turpentine Stills Especially. M capacity circular mill who can to pay down. j FOR RENT-2 nicely furnished

$2500For Geneva, Ala., and Graceville, Fla. also machinery.look after and Have keep automatic up enginesand $1550. i I rooms for rent to gentlemen only., ,ABSTRACT OF TITLETO
We have three new first-class drill On East Jackson and Gadsdenj! Apply to Mrs. Hester 420 W. Chase
and filing machinery. Give references .
2-story. J-room house, lot 240x St. Phone 1095. 2junelm: .
250, on Bayou Grande. Good water. : ing machines. We are prepared tot and state wages expected streets where the car.turas off 16th I THE PROPERTY.IS .

put in wells from four to twelve inches Address: J. :M. Russ Lumber Co., ave into Jackson street, In block 9< FOR RENT-A R. Bingham has storage -;
of the New City Tract I have five I
Collins Miss. 24Junelw
in diameter' from one hundred to room for rent, suitable for furniture .
$2000For ( YOUR TITLE GOOD ?
lots, 100 feet running through the;
sixteen hundred feet In depth. We i or" other goods. 104 and 106'South j
WANTED-Carrier boys at The Jour- block. These lots face south on the

one-story cottage on water's do our work promptly. We guarantee nal office. '? car line, overlook the .ay, the prettiest Tarragona street Phone 639.-1{I That is the all Important question. If you want it answered quickly'
edge, lot 120x200, on bayou Grande. satisfaction.We building lots in the whoe of East :
i FOR RENT-A nice 5 room cottage, and correctly, come to us. We make it our business to find the
WANTED-Men and boys wanted, : Hill, very desirable neighborhood.
$3200 give the best of references. For qUCk: sale they . .$2100 on N. Spring St., with bath, gas, etc., answer. -
brick at
learn plumbing plastering, i go
at $15.00. Inquire Fisher Real Estate i If you have any real estate to sell, let us make you an abstw
laying. Special offer life scholarship The east 8 lots of ,Bock 171 New
I Agency. now. Don't wait until you-have found the purchaser, but have ,nr
Buys one-story cottage, 5 rooms! ,: i Ijune!
fifty dollars, easy payments!; position City Tract beh'een14th and 15th answer ready before hand. J
on Bayou Grande 63x250. j For Farm Tur'entlne guaranteed free catalogue. Coyne aves. and 10th and 11th streets. one "
or ; ( FOR RENT-Elegant residence An, Abstract will not make a good title out of a bad one. oir
APPLY TO Timber Lands i Bros. Trade Schools New York Chi- i block from the car line. They are;! Strong and two-story Spring -i|- will often enable the owner to do so by showing him existing defe u
corner Sts.
cago, St. Louis. 16fi pretty lots and a good speculation which he be able to reme-ly.
LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall I lat. . . .. .., r .. ..$1550 Apply to C. H.-Turner. lOmay:1 may

Mrs. M. L L Surgi on or Address WANTED-GOOd man to work In yard ., ,
,, Turner and in house.' 619 N. Baylen St I have two beautiful lots on the corner FOR RENT Two very desirable I The Pensacola Abstract Company
& Aymard SJune. of Jackson and,.- 18th Ave.. overlooking .. stores on first floor of Manhattan 1' ,
Care M. E. Clarke, Real Estate and Abstrat Co. I the bay two' blocks from the hotel Corner Garden and Baylen. ineerpo ated

Pensacola, Fla. P. 0. Box 115 DeFunlak Springs.Fla WANTED-Everyone to Know that i car line, two blocks from the bayoa,) Just completed and arranged in first
The Journal has nice, clean old pa :iwo blocks from the bay, facing south. class shape For terms, particulars, PHONE 393. 114 N. PALAFOX ST. HARRY L GRAHAM,Gen. Mfr.<<

-- -- -- pers for sale cheap. Only five centsa I This Is one of the prettiest buildinglots etc., apply Hoton & Watson. 29Apr .. .--- ....
bundle. on the whole of East Hill. The

Professional! Directory will : property is well worth $S00, would be FOR RENT-Second story over Lln- -

n ___ Double In cheap at that price. } will sell the : denstruth's jewelry store. Suitable FOR SALE I Board_ and Rooms.
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WANTEDWANTED"Firstclass two lots If sold at once for .. .. .$775 for offices, sleeping quarters or storage J -- J --.r tJ- J1- r.t---

T G YATES M. D. y----- ---- .. -I' I rooms. Lee DarlelL 24aprFOR New eght: room house with hall,10th "TED-Tabe; boarders 208 ,.,
hat cleaning.Old L'st! your property' with me and I Ave. and 16th St. This place has to be Gadsden St. Miss Robinson. ::
will sell it.MONEY I RENT-8-room .. ..$1750! ---
Value Insideof hats made new. Cleaning,' 2-story Cottage seen to be appreciated THREE PLEASANT ROOMS to r. -,
OPTICIAN pressing and blocking. Satisfaction i i 318 W. Belmont. Apply to Walker Lots 3, 4 and 5, block 140, New with privilege of light housekeer

306 THIESEN BUILDIH guaranteed. Panamas, 5?bC. Straws, at the market rate of interest Itgraham. Apnl20 City. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .;$600 301 W. Chase St. -

-.-- 25c. Felt, 35c. Derbys 251:.. Victor I, on city real estate. Blocks! 125 and 126, Petterson Addition
Louis 100 E. Intendencia street. All --- A.-\TED.-Real Estate for sale or water front, new SiX room FOR RENT One or two newly : --

WM. D. HOWE, YearThat come In. 19 jnlm I rent, ]eaa or exchange. Your business house on same. . .. ..$1,600 nIshed front rooms; southern o, -.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW a I I J. W. Bullock. Jr. respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson -. Block 63, East King -Tract. .$2,600 ure; with privilege of phone L- --
Real Estate Agent 22% W. Gov.
A.\'TED-All owners of. poultry to Lot 7 to 14. inclusive block 171. tion desirable and near bus :Jt'-> "J-

14V2 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. know that we are agents for the celebrated Room 405 Thiesen Bldg. ernment street Room 7, Salisbury New City. .. .. .. .. .. ....51,600 ter, 422 W. Gregory. .j :. '.\ i.v
.-------- is what a great deal of real estate Conkey's Poultry Remedies. building. Phone 172. 23Jan .

in Pensacola is 'going to do and Guaranteed to cure rupe, cholera Phone 161. I: .J. A. WILSON & Co. Old newspapers at ave cects 1'imd.-!:
DIRECTORYJoppa : some of it is in the following list: gape and to kill fleas, lice and miles. at this office. They ar all clc-a

Half block in New City, fronting Also their wonderful egg producer. HOTELS. I Real Estate Agents and nice.
Calaionla! square. .. .. .. .. ..$750 --
Mellen & Co. Phone No. 334.
Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. I S. WantedWANTED -
Half! block in East King Tract. In1 COMMERCIAL HOTEL, DsFuniak, Salisbury Building Room 7 -
Jopa: Lodge No.6 L 0. 0. F.. ISapr.W2LL V= --
settled neighborhood i "- .. .$700 -Th Fia.-New management; newly furnIshed For Sale.FOR .
meetsevery Tuesday evening at 7:30 BUIlID HOUSES on install-
-To buy some lots on East
One-fourth block Toledo ; free bath and sample rooms;
on square,
o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall. Belmont ment plan cash. You own the investment
or for
and Baylen street Visiting brethren New City. .. .. .. .. a. I. $800 Hill ; must be cheap good meals and good beds. Traveling miscellaneous SALE-Show cases w..: -- '*
lot I furnish the money and th- and convenient to car. Address "In- .
art) cordially Invited.T. Lots on 11th and 12th avenues,New I house. You pay monthly, same as vestment," 417 E. Zarragossa St. men especially: solicited. Rates $2. -flL flJW.n.NOTICEHaving and safes. All in firstcIao:, -

H. FLEETWOOD. N. G. City, at. .. .. .... .. .. .$200 rent, in a short time house is your 24jlw* per day. Mrs. M. H. Stanley, Prop. installed machinesfor tion. Apply to P. Lindens i rr, ';
7. W. GINGLES, S c. 200x132 2 feet on East Hill car Pay rent 20 years, it still belongs to 29may. I the manufacture Qf galvanize)jeweler Pensacola, Fla. :J1.:: ':..*

SljanSm.VM line .. .... .... .. . .$1250! the other man. Will also put down WANTED-To sell I iron cornice, skylights, cornice 'gut'
i a lot of old papersat PARK HOTEL-Why pay $2.50 per FOR SALE-Registered B .rh=". ;
BH B M Lots in East King Tract or West| wells with good 2-inch ters, circular mouldings, tc., I am now!
B* H B MBBMBM BaOM* HM B4 pump. galva. 5c a bundle. Apply at this of day when you can get as good room : hogs best of breeding. Ask H
PeiBACOla Lodge No. 3. K. of P. King Tract very cheap and on easy nized pipe, with brass cylinder attachment fice. They are all whole, clean and and bed for 50c. Coolest p'ace In I prepared to do sheet metal' work of catalogue.; Carl Setterlind Cnp ,
meets every Monday evening at 8 terms. Improved: property in West; will make water fly from a well, nice. Pensacola. Special rates by the weekor j all kinds on short notice. Satisfaction Fla.
o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall King! Tract netting 10 per cent. on in 40 to 100 ft. deep, and so easy a child month. One block from postoffice.I assured. Estimates cheerfully
over Pou stable, W. Intendencia St. vestmentSee can pump it Costs but little more WANTED B. WhIte wants your 22may. given on work in or outside! the city. FOR SALE-Male Jersey ca.! I''<) 'J I 1- i

Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. us in regard to Lake View Hav. than the old dU'g well. All satisfactory I hauling and transfer work. Satis- Chas B. Vetter IS W. Intendencia.! old. Will deliver at 6 y.-eek:, vi

J. A. KIRKPATRICK C.1 c. en Property. Prettiest place in New before you pay a cent. Get my faction guarnteed. Address 1501-N OLD MILL INN-On bay front. Opens Phone698. 25maylm dress P. 0. Box 478, city. 27jnn- "
H. HORSLER K. of R. & S City and is on Bayou Texar. I'ices. F. il. Williams, Contractor I Sth Ave., or phone 981. June 1. Large, airy and delightfully -

and Builder, Room 30S Thiesen Build MATTRESSES RENOYATflDNew cool. Good fishing, bathing and SANTA, ROSA-Pavilion, L. S. S. offers FOR SALE-5-room house ha 1 .:- .
A- Meetings ot the D. Hale Wilson & Co. ing. Phone 802, 1 ring. ljunelm tick furnished if desired. Guaran. boating. First class table. On electric the best accommodation for other improvements at 91u N .
Knights Coiumous
__. & of teed. Crapet taken up and matting car line, 15 minutes ride from city. bathing and recreation to be found on ave; lot 100x110 feet, room on
Phone 234 15 South
No.are held 8 West: at their hall. Palafox WANTED-We want your orders for laid if desired. Leave orders at! Regular boarders and transients. the Gulf of :Mexico. Launch Leclair for another house . .JU. .
Intenden. 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original Green & Watson. reasonable. Address Old Mill ana
Phone 193. 7marWANTED.Tbe Terms leaves city whadaily at $:00 6-room house, 7th St. --
cia street, on a. m.
to select -
every designs from. All
Inn Pensacola. Fla. 4may ave.1 '
Phone 659. Chas. H. Burton
w:4P!: Monday Mercn&nts TransferCo. rgr.
evening at
prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensacola. S. W. corner, blk. 220. Ww K .
7:30 o'clock. An invitatlon wants your moving and hauling. 12may.
16feb. BROWN HOUSE-DeFunlak Springs.
V Tract, consisting of 6 lots, D.-I ;
1 All guaranteed. T. B. Tn
is breakage
extended or. -
beds airy rooms, elegant
Good ,
ful site for home.t!
to Tlaltlng Knights. len Prop. Phone 978. ISJunelaa. If you will look around the house summer
l't'TED-The public to know that meals; free bath and sample rooms.: I J. A. WILSON & 00., Salisbury B 1
JOHN B. JONES we can do all kinds of repalrin Special attention to traveling men. you will find a lot of ways In whic'a

J. S. LEONARD Grand Knight REAL' float building, norse shoeing etc. J. WANTED-Your stenographic work.,! Rates $2.00 per day. J. R. Brown you can use old newspapers. You FOR SALE Don't fail to gH ::-.
Recorder. G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feb Pensacola Typewriter Exchange, Prop. can buy them in any quantity at this prices. I carry a full line of tu: '
p I 31513 S. Palafox St Phone 379. office. They are put up in bundles, ing material. Sash, doors and t t- ;', }'
Daughters of Rebekah. A.'ITED-Eledrlc work of alt kind. 23may. HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES i convenient to carry and sold at five a specialty. Joel Frater, Bay en :-
Naomi Lodge No. 10 Let us can! your fans recair your bundle.MATTRESSES .
Daughters oftebekab Before laying your carpet or mat. cents per wharf. IT: .:Ie
meets dynamo, da: jour wiring etc Paona : .
every Monday nightat ting buy a suppy of old newspapersto --
8 o'clock In I. O. 0. F. hall Visiting .; ESTATEAN 570. Pensacola: : Elecuic Co.. 205. 8. ...., Money to Loan._. _. put underneath and protect it. Only AND FURNITURE MARINE AND STATIONARY .:'N
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sisters cordially invited to be present Baylen. five cents a bundle at this office. Mattresses made to_order' ; old ones GINES for sale. Wonder Gaso ,- '
I MONEY TO LO .Everybody borrows renovateJ. New. .tick* famished. ..'
MRS. B. R. WITKOVSKLMISS WANTED.-The public to know that j I money from Jno. A. Hall & FERRELL HOTEL-sneads, Florida. Second hand furniture ;bought ami Engines are the simpliest. s'n-g:

WILLIE, KENDRICK, Sec. old newspapers can be bought at Co., 14!Vj E. Government St. When in Rates $2.00 per day. Nice rooms, sold. Upholstering and *onp. and best engines: on the market t':
this office for five cents a bundle. They : need call on us. good: beds table the best J. M. Ferell. .t' 114 E: Belmont Sf., city; bone"77L the money. Send for catalogue

M. E. B. A. No. 81. meets first and t: are all clean and nice.WANTECarr1aes I Prop. ITapr, Davis Mfg. Co.:; C. T. Davis, Mgr. B. Banks, Pensacola. Phones j-
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 MONEY LOANED' on all kinds of and 577. 3unelAUTOMOBILES.
p. perrozal -- -- ---- --- -- '
H.'TEL VERNON Rates $2 per day. -- -
m. Raftord Hall, No 10. West Intendencia ATTRACTIVE PROPOSITION repaired and repainted property on short notice. Special! rate by week. Specal: at. TAILORING L. Diamond Tailor.
floats built to order Terms J. B. & Co. .-I am agent for tt3Pope "
street. ; ; horse easy. Gray 2 W. Gents clothing cleaned pressed and
tention to travelng: men. Free sampIe ,
A. G. FELL, Pres.J $2600.00 FOR A BEAUTIFUL SITE shoeing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Car. I Romana. Phone 1165. ifeb room. Mrs. J. P. Mauldin Prop. repaired ono[short notice. No. 11% Mg.: Co. and can sell you auto
FOR HOME in the swellest and Co. from $500.00 up. They cost less uu-
A 27febWAN'ED.L
L. SWEENEY. Sec. riage MONEY TO LEND-On good real estate loapr. West Government St. Pensacola Fla r _
., most aristocratic portion of the city; --- I Idee. I horses to keep up. They can be ruIn
security, or on good collateral
pensaeola Lodge No. 4, 1.,O. 0. J:. '. five large lots, facing public squareon R. Btngharnwat'your at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks, HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all the sand or anywhere a horse can go

'ensac.01& Lodge No. f, 1. JO. 0.1. !'.. the southeast corner of Reus and moving and hauling. He gual\ Fisher building. 21Jaa: year. American and European plan.' SHIP .CHANDLERS-McKinile Leslie E. Brooks.
meets every Thursflar "vealny 7:80 DeSoto streets. antees all breakage. Fiona 630. Special summer rates. Frst-class: in Oert-I
I ing ft Co... wholesale and retail '
at the :new h .1lon Belmont and Bsyl MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal every respect. Pleasant and convenient ship TEA DRINKERS ATTE TIO -
atreets. Visiting' brethren,cordially ALL OF THE MAXENT TRACT WANTED.-All kinds or electrical property on short notice. Mrs. T. L. Bowen Prop., Pen chand' and grocers only' flrst-clasg I you want a delicious cup of Tea, f-

Invited. E. GREENBLATT. WEST OF "C" STREET NOW FOR work. I sell all kinds of electrical Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstair sacola Fla. ISapr hOUSf,oftin1 in citr. -Fair: prices to all I "Our Own" Blend It is superior :' '
J. NKVILLS.. Secretary. batteries and, other electrical supplies. 28% South Palafox St, Phone 1144. dollar tea on the market. Only -
m : SALE. "WTien you need me ring 345 or 955, finor CENTRAL HOTEL, CHIPLEY-Op. CARRIAGES: repaired and repainted. per pound. A valuable ticket in &'
w. o. vv. MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST E. W. Peake. new Star Laundry buildS depot Large and well lighted Floats built to order.''Horse shoeing package. New Orleans Grocery C '-
; Live Oak% Camp No. '1 'W.r r IU. -W, UNLIMITED amount or to loan rooms. Free sample room. Meals at
MARKET RATE OF INTEREST. Ing. E. Garden. ISdee. money I a specialty.. J. G. Wefca Carriage Phone 105. Jas. McHugh, Prop
meets In .Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd on all kinds of personal property. all hours. Special attention to traveling Co. 27feb 7june.
Wednesdays in each month. Visiting MORTGAGES REAL ESTATEIN COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand Special rates to business men on large met. $2.00 per day. J. M. Tug- Fla. 23-iuv

sovereigns cordially invited.F. THIS CITY BOUGHT AND SOLD. Cleaning Club 212 N. DeVilIersSt. leans. The New York Loan Co., 20Hi gle. Prop. ISmarlm -
J. H. PORTER sailmaKer
A. BOGHICH C. C. Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your pat. South Paiafox. CHIPLEY HOTEJ*-Can Setterltnd, Paiafox street. Orders:, 716 taken South for FOR SA.LE-Ten new and seconl I
LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk. ronage solicited; satisfaction guaranateed. differentsizes !
Prop. Special attention to commercial tent, awnlagscamp.stools and second hand office safes,
Careful attention given Ia1es'garments. : travelers. Free nouse best makes at bargain price
and bath
Phone 1222.H. LOST I I cots. etc. reasonable. 3ljan.
RATHBONE LODGE. No. 30. 8tet. Scarritt Moreno office East Govern
I rooms. Large rooms with good beds.
Rathboae: Lodge No. 30, Knights of Fisher Real! Estate Agency fl-p JWU1S flflJJL Jfl C- $2 per day. 13marla ment St. 2fm..r
ALF L-\N-nn LOST-one sunburst with 35 pearls '
Pyth'.as! meets every Thursday nightat : Copper and Sheet MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP

Castle Hall. Members of sister COLLECTION OF RENTS A Iron Worker; cornice work and skylights and one bar pin with 11 pearls. Lost BAY HOTEL.-Open lIght and day Willie Minis,, Proprietor.. Furnt FOR SALE.-Improved ana unlmprJ\'

lodges and visiting: brethren cordial. a specialty; roofing, gutteringand between 132 E. Gregory and Intendencia -. European plan. Rooms light and ture repairing of all kinds, carpets ed property in all parts of the CItY: ,

ly invited I t/> attend.. : .SPECIALTY. repairing, 315 South Palafox St. street Reward for return to Miss clean. Transient trade solicited. laid, furniture packed for shipping J. A. Wilson & Co.. Real Estate Agents
C.,J. LEVY Phone 560; residence phone 1316. i Katheleen Hutchinson, 132 E. Gregory. .575-579 S. ,Paiafox. Jis. S. Nlcolau. Phone 63. Next to Tarn (a Landing. Room 7. Salisbury buildin Phone
K.R.S. Phone 87. 206: S. Paiafox St. .2junelm I 29june. :Prop. V.priLCc 112..o 2Sjaa



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Thousands Each Day Who A re 'Looking for B arg. ins "! .

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For Sale_' A Few McMillan Bros. Co. I I r '. PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAl I 1

--- i sHIPPING
Special ,
1.R, s\U>Having sold my resi- J II \
dlt., corner of 12th avenue and I ELECTRIC LIGHTS RAILWAY COMPANY. :.
.1 ':, ,t reet: I now offer for sale my ., I I ,
: fhold goods and one cow, which Arrived, Summer Week Schedule Stear, :
I Day -
'11' V seen on the premises onT Bargains In Glenwood Br ss'" Richards, 1253 ; ,,1 !;
',. ,'Ia' v s and Thursdays, between th? New York, to Gulf Transit 0>. AND FANS Train and Electric Gar Schedule, 1 .
""i, ,. Oi 10 and 12 a. m. C. W. Hag. Cleared. I .

t'iidU: 19june JMarion N. Cobb, Am sch, Saunders, Effective June 191905. .. !: :
___ For merchants business :well as
means more as more
365, for New York with 371,000 s ft
> )R SALE-lots 11 to 15, inclusive Real Estate MOBILE. ALABAMA.MARKETS. lumber. ; comfort for clerks, proprietor and customers. The lead. S
of blocks 75 In Newt Between Pensacola and Big Bayou. -
ftP!!ug one-fourth Herbert F-aller.Am bktn. Nash. 697, ing and successful merchants everywhere are users of I

.or! Pensacola 200 feet on LaRua for New York, with 630,000 s ft lum- electric lights and fans. We install them.' Apply at office. Lv. Pensacola. Lv. Big Bayou. : ''
17th and
id1"feet. on avenue
s I Story' and halt containing ber. I 6 a.m. 9 ,p.m; 6:20 10:20: p.m: j !
; Harana Square. New two a dwelling. Sailed. '
frm' 7
a.m. 10 !
p.m. 7:30 ll:30pjaBetween
house with base- six rooms with lot 192 ft. I f S.
:weive room Br
Parkwood ss, for Fecamp. 8 a.m. 11 8:30 3
I p.m.
House just finished by 384 ft., running through from :: !
'I".n < ; ceilings wainscoting and street to street being in the PENSA'COLAELECTRIC
H(4 inched Naval Stores. Burnby Bh ss, for Genoa. 10 a.m. 10:30
d! walls; cabinet mantels two western suburbs.. .. $1200A 'Savannah, Ga., June 29.-The naval Sterling Nor bk, for Rio Janeiro. 11 a.m. 11:30 ,s t.. .

th'. rooms and all modern conveniP very desirable building lot on stores market closed today as follows: Herbert Fuller, Am bktn, for New 12 noon 12:30 p.m. .-', I '
,. the house has a southern and 7th avenue near Jackson street .5 00WG. York. TERMINAL COMPANY. p.m. 1:30: ,.,: : <11 1-

t.' ? ,,-r i-xposure and is one of the splendid neighborhood! lot 75 .4 80 to 495 Marian N. Cobb, Am sch for New 2 p.m. 2:40 :; : '

?,, .' :..rable locations in the city feet front by 146 ft. deep. $900 N.4 80M York. PHONE 106. 3pm. 3:30: ,.- : ,
block from the street A lot on the west side of Tenth : ; .
i1V one
nL: .' .. .4 75 3:30 p.m. 4:00 ; :. I
J '' and overlooking the bay and avenue, fronting both Gregoryand K. 455 VESSELS IN PORT.Steamships. : --- ..fIII.n.I 4 p.m. 4:30 :.
H>.,: iexar. One-half casb. Apply Heinberg streets, 50 ft. front I .4 50 4:30 p.m. 5:00 : f f;

;n 1 \ Gray, 21 and 23 E. Garden St. by 156 ft. deep containing two H..4 40 to 4 45 Cerea, Itai ss, Nalanni. 2791, New! 6:00 p.m. 5:30 i' t ;
."unc. dwellings sold AT ONCE $1900 G ._4 20 to 4 25 York to Gulf Transit Co. 9+ +. +4.H.4.."............p..4..... 5:30 p.m. 6:00 f ;
Ii'. .....415 Dunbarmoor Br ss, Barton, 2331, 600 p.m. 6:3ff( r
3t 'R SALE-I am making a limited of- HOOTON 6 WATSONLeading E.4 10 Mobile to Hjer Bros. 6:30.p.m. 7:00 t- : '
f. : on 12 lots in northeast New City D.3 90 to 3 95 Dora Baltea. Ital ss. Figari 2601 I 7:00: p.m. 7:30 ; 1
w: !nn the town limits' and near the C.3 55 to 360 Genoa to Gulf Transit Co. I AUSLEY COMPANY 7:35: p.m. 8:00 i : .

La' View Haven properties .wlth Real Estate,'Rental and Spirits rurpentine 57% cents. E. 0. Saltmarsh Br ss Rogers 2319 8:00: p.m. 8:80 !
cip! ;itles and excellent elevation at Liverpool to Gulf Transit Co. 9:30 '

$:2" I offer single Jots in the sameY. Insurance Agency. AUSLEY A-CO.'S REPORT Eariswood Br. ss, Fayn, 1840, Pt. i *Saturday only. '. .
.' 'uv at $60 and $65 per lot on easy Inglis to J. A. Merritt & Co. |! COMMISSION BROKERS, '
,.. is to the trade of white Liverpool Cotton Mirket
t .II. (This Federica Aust. ss, Zar, 2261, New
;". ",,t. exclusively. Elbert A. Clubbs Okie Orleans, to Gulf Transit Company. .Pensacola ,and f -
112, City. ISjunelm BOSSQ'SIce Jan.-r: .b. 5.55F.b..Kar. II WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FIJI Barrancas.Lv .
B< <" ...... .- 557 Huttonwood, Br. ss, White,2533, St. i
I,] Vincent to Gui! Transit Co. Pensacola. Lv Fort Barrancai

Ft;m SALE :/Thorough-bred horse. Cream April-May- ............._. 66)653) Magician, Br 'ss, Baby 3271, Liver. Private Wires N. Y. N. and 7:15: a.m. 8:00 a.m.
Sleepy Sam. Apply Pensacola.Sta- Factorycan :M&y4un.. 5.87 pool to A. A. Brown & Co. | 0.,, Chicago. i 9:50: a.m. 11:00 a.m

I iI.s.! 24juneLAND June-J ly ?. *... 5.80 Westland, Br ss, Granger, 2001, Vera 12:50: p.m. 2:00 pm.
-r- furnish you cream in JalT-Anrnat .5.77 Cruz to F. O. Howe. 3:50 p.m. 5:10 '
EOR SALE:--:Domlngus Grande, ." any: :; quantity., Satisfaction Bt-8eptember.t.... {.69 | COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBOKDS f 6:20 pm. 7:00 p.m.p.m.
]io aCres and up. This- land*joins '.. guaranteed. Sep oor-OCtober ......... 5.M Ships. 8:30 p.m.* 9OOp.m"Saturday
he city. Will be sold reasonable. PHONE 1326 Oetober-NoT mber ...1.58 Harvest Queen, Brit ship, Forsyth, *
only. .
Warrantee deeds. Apply to Sallie E. SAM BOSSO. Prop. NoTembcr-December ......... .555 I Rio Janiero: to order.Nordstje7nnen t: Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. : 1
: Cummings. :Hj1 w*| Decesaber-Jancary Nor ship 1635.
I Liverpool Spots.610 I Iraksen, La Guayra to W. S. Keyser
FOR SALE-Brand new handsomely i & Co. I.I Reference: First National and Peoples Baaks. Phone 1173 J Steam train leaving Pensacola at '
I New 7:15: a. m. will stop between Penaa-
hound Century Encyclopedia Dictionary York Cotton Market. Barks + + + ++ ......" + .**. cola and "
; and Atlas; also ladies saddle II | Open High Low Close De-gregori Gio Botto, Ital bk, 1294, Big Bayou only to take on ,
In first class condition. Phone 285 or January 1033; 10.42 10.3J 10.W i Genoa, to Rossasco Bros. I passengers for points beyond Big
apply: 1102 E. Gadsden St. 23j1w March 10.43 1047 10,& 1047 Gesine, Ger bk, Larsen, 1375 Ham. Bayou. Steam train leaving Fort Bar-
July 10.10 1022 1005 10.21 rancas at 5.10: p. m. will stop between
McKenzie -- -'-----
burg Oerting & Co.
FOR SALE-Gentleman's. road horse. PATENT APPLIED FOR August 1025 103) 10.22 10.29 King Malcolm, It bk Gufi, 1233, Ge- Big Bayou and Pensacola only to( put

Western pony gentle, good saddlerand At all| Druggists. October September:...........10.25 10.26 1031 WS1 10.23 10.23: 1031 10.30 i'.oa to Huges & Co. Russell off Bajou: passen'gers Other steam from trains beyond will make Bg:

rap driver.and harness.Donkey Hinman with bran& Heck-njw, MUS-QUIT.U Jacksonville MFG., Fla.CO., December.Liverpool..Spots.......610 10,81 10.d3 10.27 10.38 Nolloth Luisa to Ital master.bk., 1591, Montano, from [ Sage Says of The all stops. Each electric car makes a1! '

er, Century Fla. 23may ITew York Spoil. 1080Wheat Monrovia, Nor.bk, 1449. Aase, Ham stops. .
burg to order. The above schedules and regula.

FOR SALE-A new rubber-tire runabout Florida and Alabama Port Sonoclan Uruguay bk 1112, tions subject to change without notice.

Address Box 315, City. Open High Low Clou Ferres. Mentevideo'' to German American Savings Bank Habit Local Freight Regulations. :. '

23junelw* July_. 8.% 83 81 81 Lbr. Co.
LAND COMPANY Sept.... ..? ..S3 83% KlH 81% Spero, Nor. .bk, 623, Bostig, Las, Freight shipped by the 7:15 a m.
FOR SALE-Ore good all-round faml Palmas. x' train will be received only for points '

ly horse and harness. One top bug.i Manufacturers of Corn. Schooners. beyond Big Bayou, and will not he

gy nearly IJ-ew. One good.wagoa., A.: : and Dealers inlUMBtR Open High Low, CloseJuly..52.4 I Donna ChrIs na, Am sch,. McLeod. "It is the foundation of success in business, of contentment received later than 7:05 a. m. All

E. Turner, 'Bohemia Fla.' Phone 2jl6, .SAWED; CYPRESS SHINGLES ..;' .52% 5 63%;$ S2h 12 52U 82HSejt 165, Belize., in the home, of standing in society. It other Week Day trains leaving Pen
iCj'inelm.FOR 'S sacola later than
.. I' J Brig. 3:50 p. m., carry ;
5- stimulates industry. I never yet heard of a thrifty freight for any point but freight will ;
SALE-Two fine mUch cows with New York Stock ,f ark.t Jennie Am brig! Wright,
young calves can be seen at No. Open Otoie 418, Havana, to,'J. A. Merritt &' Co. man'who was lazy. It begets independence and self- not be received later than 20 minutes ,
Southern Pacific............. t t) } 67 ; before scheduled departure of trains. :
123 E. Gregory. C.' BMcMi1lgplOjune J .., ,. 1 Copper....................._ 99 MS} THE QRIGINAL. confidence. It makes a man of the individul who The 9:00: a. m Sunday train may t _

.'. I L 8.R,. ISO 129)i Foley & Co* Chicago, 'origInated practices it." carry light, perishable freight under J "

TEA DRINKERS ATTENTION 'i.o4: Akh.. .......................... 9 t8% Honey and Tat as a. throat and lung Start an account today. One dollar do it. You some circumstances by special per :.,. ''.
want delicious! of tea 144 IO mission. Electric car! will not .
you" a cup try remedy and ,ot,account of the great carry :
"Our Own" Blend it is superior to any i B.BT .,. 76Ji S 7i% merits and popularity of FoleTs add more dollars and we add four per"cent'interest freight or packa'ges of any description :

dollar! tea on the market. Only 60c, of today is exemplified I B.0 117 1164rle. ; Honey and Tay many imitations are! semi-annually. You will be surprisedto except medicine urgently needed.
.........................:. 4C. .00Aj compounded Shippers
pound. A valuable ticket in i are requested to bear theseregulations
per every the These
for genuine.
package. New Orleans Grocery Co. in the Qualities of the u..?$..I 43 35%i 45 84>i 'I' offered worthless imitations have similar I. see how rapidly your account will grqw. I in mind that inconvenienre I.

Phone 105. Jas. McHugh, Prop. Headache Remedy.BROMOVIN. 'I' U.8.. preferred.............. 102V ICO sounding name Beware of them.I II majnot: be caused.
7june. B-8. 28H 2fl : The genuine Foley's! Hoxey and Tars I I These freight regulations: subject to
L.& : ... 143 .- 142Met is in a yellow"package. Ask ] change without notice.

FOR SALE-Finest car load of horses I 1A w........................ j3 : j2% and refuse any substitute. It is the' Any further information regarding
ever received in Pensacola. McMil! }f.P............................ H1 B9. best remedy fof coughs! and: colds. passenger and freight schedule can be ;
lan & Turton, West Intena'encia St. Quick Certain, 'Agreeable 176J< K6J4 W. ).. D'Alerh.Mrte, druggist and* HRST NATIONAL BANK had by applying to the general office
tjune.; CaJI..Pae............:......... 15DH:} U9 apothecary. of the company. S
and Harmless.For N.Y.C 134i 1S34' .. I I .
1 are
earnestly ,
FOR SALE-Remington .typewriter."Rem P.O 90 9K'D'Q > OF PENSACOLA, FLA. to promptly report to the
Sale by I 125 j general
care Journal "Gjunelm 122X! $100 REWA RDA office
8tP 174 l OJ1 any inattention to duty or dis-
FOR SALE-We have a lot of keg', White's.Pharmacy 1L 24!i 24 reward of $100 'Will be given for w. H. KNOTTLES.Pre a. W.K.HTHB Ja., V.-Pres.and Ca iet. courtesy on the part of employees and \

suitable for flower pots and other I PALAFOX STREET. t!.B. SoJi 84 X the capture :.ol Jaqe Haney escaped DiRECTORS-51. C.T.Brant.W, BBBNT W. A.and Blount.W.N.BOBIBTS W. H.' ,Kuowlaj.Asst.: Cashier W. tL Hyar, J: to make specific criticisms of service.

purposes; also a lot of whiskey, syrup I T.C.I._. No Sale from convict camp: Description: 5, D. G. Brent. JOHN W. LEADLEY,
Manufactured by I'eI1U.... ..................... 12V" l% 130 Manager.
and other barrels, which are suitable I G. VAN ANTWERP & SON, I 1J2............._.__.. ...... 114 142JOBBER'S feet 7 inches; pounds; medium) -.-. .. ,"," -
fOr packing crockery or fish and cured, Mobile, Ala.ChrcoaI. build; age 21; carriage erect; brown!
meats. We buy all kinds of barrels,,. I II I eyes, black hair; complexion black; :
and re-cooper and clean them. Supply medium forehead; medium ears; round I Pensacola, Sf.} Andrews and

always on hand. If you need any I QUOTATIONS nose; medium mouth; good teeth;,

barrels, or have any for sale, ring us round chin; short neck; square shoulders No. 5603.C. Gulf Steamship Co.

up Phone 235, residence phone 591. PENSACOLA PRODUCE ; length of feet 10 inches; vaccination .
.W. LAMAR,President. JOHN PFEIFFER Assistant Cashier.M. STEAMER
Tensacola Cooperate Co., Geo. A. We have just received a scar on left arm. E.CL.ARKVice.PreSidefltafld Cashier. J.W. ANDREWS. Assistant Cashier. TARPON.W. .
Vurovich Pres. No. 9 S. Alcanlz. Both old and new Irish potatoes YARN BROTHERS CAMP
ITmaylm. very fine stock and will deliver have dropped slightly from last weeks CantonmentDr. G. BARROW. Mastsr,

orders promptly. in any quotations, and onions have gone up THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK FIRST-CIAS FREIGHT? PASSENGER SERVICE( AND. -

FOR SALE-A lot or old newspapers. slightly. Lemons have changed from Chas. A. Green, representing A. ,
Put? up in bundles convenient for amount 5.00 to $5.50 from $4.00 to $6.00. Watermelons K. Hawks of Atlanta is in the city. OF PENSACOLA, FLA. -Batwsn- .

carrying. Only five cents per bundle. Telephone 363. are plentiful and are quoted -, If in need of glasses call on. him at DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHt .
Apply this office. at from $12.54) to $15.00 per Hooton's Pharmacy. DESIGNATED COLA, CARRABELLE. ST. ANDREWS '

CITY :MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton &I SEWELLWoodand last dred.week.Other prices rule the hun'l CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. M1LLVILLL. ;

Watson have Just received a large I Prices have held remarkably steady, DIRECTORS. And all poInts on St. Andrew Bay ,'
Coal Company Local quotations are as follows: Carrabeile and Apafathlcola.SCHEDULE .
supply of the latest
ill of city maps showing I Butter, Western Creamery 25 to. .25c showing that the bulls were well post. Henry L. Covington Frank Rellly F. E. Brawner, .
the subdivisions. The maps are Batter Renovated..20 to 21c ed on what was going to be done and J. M. Differ, ,W. S, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar,

official and down to date and are Cheese ... .. .. ..14* to 15c July. New Orleans showed signs of Bryan Dunwody T. F. McGounn, J. R. Ssunders, Leave for Mobile Feiistcoia AJ*. sunday, 8:30m. : ,.

mounted on heavy linen. Regular PRESS THEBUvTfN Eggs. . .. .. ,. 17 to 18c manipulation which now makes the) A. M. Avery, W. H. Milton, 0. E. Maura Leave Pensacola, Tuesday. 8:30 -
!mre. $2330; special price on lots of Grown Chickens doz. .$5.00 to $6.00 summer months, a very dangerous!> W. L. Cswthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKerule Oerting for St. Andrews, MllMUe, Apilacnicola P-.
five or more to agents or real estate E. C ark. m.f
Ducks per dozen.$5.50 to $6.00 proposition. Outsiders refuse to have Alex McGoin, C. M. Covington, 'M. Carrabelle and interraedjan

1I1l'n. Hooton & Watson. 8may Irish Potatoes, per bu. .$Oc to $1.00j anything to do with the market and! Safety deposit! toxes fer nut at U.CO. }3JO' and JSIfl th, year. Private apartment points. '-.I
FOR Irish bbl they have likely been well shaken out For additional information
SALE OR RENl-Two lighters; New Potatoes per $3.50 in ccnnection for tint! convenience of customers. apply tj
on with capacity for 75 thousand ft. Squash per hamper ... . .50c of the old crop positions and will have I J. R. SAUNDKRS,
limber the other thirty thousand capacity. Beans, per hamper . .. 75c to go into the new or remain' out alto Four per cent interest Paid on Time Deposits. E. R. COBB, Prtildent.Ge1l. .
Rates reasonable. Also two New Onions, per bag. $1.50 to $1.60 gether. Fn. and Pass.!! Agv
1l:1:S boats for sale. cheap, 22 ft. long, : q New Onions, white, per bushel. .$1.50! News was bearish as was professional Pensacola. Fla
i 5 f'' beams. Telephone or write J. A. Onions, new yellow, per bu $1.15 ,to sentiment but while the desireto
('baffin& Co. / go short was all too apparent bears
Milton. Fla. 25mar 125. '
Onions, new, red per bu. ..... .$1.l0 found themselves already too short to
FOR SALE-Nice, clean old newspapers WL'JVJWJi. Louisiana and Alabama Cabbage. 2 further commit themselves on such a BMSVUI-THRE HAUTE Rj

at nve cents a bundle. This of. bbl. crates . .$250 per crate dull and narrow market The weatn- r.. mLTO GREg FLL,C.A.&BIEa.,PR&iIDU T.KA.NSi'IELD G. WlLL1IS!: : XORENO., VIOII-PBlJDU'1'A6SJ'.C.!! .1UD

ilee.lUXWLAR. _ _ _ [ ( Strawberries, quart. . 20 to 25c erer map was favorable as little or no R.U.BU
HACK LINE-From Chip- Lemons . . .$450 to $6.00 rain was shown over the cotton region Citizens National Bank

:, ", making! connections with mail Limes per box . .$3.50 to $3.75 while temperatures were high, of Pensacola florIdsOIRCIORS. ... .. .. IrA1t
. indicating good forcing weather for _
launca for points on St Andrews: bay. The ss Limes, per barrel $9.50 to $10.00 ri4 -
SIIIplelt-5IUeSt.&fClt ] : the plant.If ,
Ext a teams for traveling men. Good H&IIdiert-ud only Perfect 1 Watermelons 20 lb. av. $12.50 to $15 private reports relatin'g to the Ge*. W.Wrigbt. Morn Bear. T.R.WeUe Biz M.Bobinson. L. Hilton Green. c't.rt 'I
hOI ges, comfortable vehicles. Call Jf-filUu!j:Pen. No(Ian filler j JJ per 100.Canteloupes.
ink had not been so highly coloredin A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TR4NS4CTEI3CityofPeflSaCOIaImPr0Cmeflt
-no to 1pl1l-cO clogging crop
fir $1.50 to $1.75 crate
address J. C. Sinclair, Chipley.! Fb. or slating. per
many instances they would have -L
Tphone Peaches per crate..1.75 to $2.00 I.
No 74.
28apr Tou limply prat tic buttoaulnthepictrcaa4thcpca!: I been interesting and valuable because .

?1IR SALE Economie by purchases la sWrites "flub.) fills! of their uniform ''bearishness. It ISI --- \i

: c-holcest of lots on 'East.:Hill at the inatant it I TIMBER MARKET now certain that the general expectation '
t"1I1: per lot no present need of paying touches the paPN'oEaglej50 is for a 'bureau report on condi- :
hIli, The sawn timber, market is firmer 'tlon:>,not more than one point lower 1. : :
-'":p per of barren and sand.tThr$750 ,for a e -30 beaut-foot thai It.hasbeen in the past,two weeks than,last month and perhaps one point Denomination! SI,000.00 each. Dated January 1st 1906. Maturing January. :
Interest Payable SemiAnnually.WE
f"". sueof five lots each at $1500 far and while prices have not advance, higher although If is well recognizedthat 1st. 1936. Redeemable an. 1st, 1926. .

t*> quarter block not the market nevertheless shows a de it is one thing to guess weather SALE THESE BON DS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE IN
? ; over 100 yds. I OFFER FOR
mand. Prices ranged at about 21
fmm conditions and another to'guess what
lectric car line.. A. V. Clubbs. 0 AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER.
Jlne! No.IS with 14 lan oIU gold ents pet foot for averages under the bureau will be.

pea point-finest rulnnixed. thirty feet and for averages hbove Spots were in good demand and ex- C ,
rubber and
F.IR SALE WIT puruteed.Eacl that, it ruled at from 26 to 26% cents portersff found it exceedingly difficult -' Bank of Pensacola 'Iop
sanitary purposes HFUt! nN 25 with one or two sales at 27 cents.'The Peoples ,
WI' have in stock Ground Hydrate! with told bzdi.Z.0 to fill shipments calling for even _
Tennessee Lime in Ei -l. "Fla*" No. 26 receipts by rail were very light less running 'grades. The insight for the Pensacola, Fla. .
strong paper bags c :
large size than 500 pieces: reached the city to
4J estimated at to 62-
week was 52.000
ns. '
: at 25 cents at ware house. A. wit*gold landf,$4.00 .
go on the market Lumber continuesfirm 94,000 last -----
Clubbs. 000 against year. --
corner --
\i Gregory and Alca- SaId by Slakeoen -----
is in demand.
? :_ Sjune -- -
__ __ Iffce If you knew the' value of Chamber --

FOR SALE doesn't the Eagle Ausley & Co.'s Daily Cotton Letter. lain's Salve you would never wish to ,
-Herd CO.
fine Jersey:;; dairy "FLASH" Fountain PeIIl then M.Cary C.A.Ei.: Y'cI" ::: L.&NNE.&T.H.and C. & E. I.
:New it Here ;
cows with York June Considering be without are some of the
well established milk end the to
rute NO competition. Cows ands U,. Each pen absolutely guar. that this was notice day In New York diseases for which it i Is especially Wholewla and:Retail Daltr in 2 NASHVILLE YeltlJuled! Through TO Trsia CHICAGO Dally 2

: first .class condition. .Apply anteed. -4 and from 50,000 to 60,000 notices were valuable: Sore, nipples, chapped Steam Domestic, Anthracite f\ fA I THROUGH SLEEPERS A'O DAY COACHES-1

B. A.Taylor, .Century, Fla. Sjunelm* Eagle Pencil C6.MantJactoren in,circulation early In the session the hands burns, frost bites, chilblains, and Blacksmith VJ M L.Offio NEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO '
; cotton market was extremely dull. It. chronic sore eyes, Jtchin'g piles. tet- Palafox CIN1NO CARS SEWISQ ALL HEALS CM JOura '
South 93.
toR SALE- econd hand .Iw&yew'york was said that a part of the notices ter salt rheum and eczema. Price, -No. i3 : Telephony D.LflILL1AN&p.A( LLROCELVJe&AgL
25 H. P. 3 <
boiler Will sell cheap. Apply to .. '. were promptly stopped while othersat 25- cents per bos. For pale by all Yard corner Tarragona and' Gonzalez- streets.- Phoneg_- and 372 CV_)*V Ji HOk MMMflLU.fl*.
\\i' Method Laundry. 13April 42< this writing are still In circulation.I druggists. "w -rrr W{ T'J.rii /


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;. HIS FEET INTO A PAIR OF OUR i TOOK K l LASTGAMES J JG \HURL5TON'.,"'......--/ \ TWO OF r SOUTHERN must Your be'properly digested and Food"assimilated to be of

any'value to you, otherwise it is a source of harm

AN instead of good.If .

G AR OV'STy'LEumcD INDUSTRIESNew T not digested ferments and decays, causing

SUMMER OXFORDS \ SHQUHI CnABTEl $IE$ ,: -S ; "sour.stomach," "heart burn,nausea,-hea.d .Che,

15 I CENTS C4.UETT EACH, PEABODY; :2 FOR 25 CO.CENTS flatulence, bad breath and other.discomforts, _

I muctm of CLoerr .o HOCAOCH IMUTI .

Won( from the Pensacohn. Tester ---- I Corporations, Formed {InDic! :.i-- : Kodol

: the full comfort of"summer ,. ''
can't appreciate Week Week '
Afternoon b the Sore During
dress. It don't pay to wear heavy shoes in day by GULF CITY COFFEE CO., I (I,

summer time, so our proposition in shoes .of .6 to. 4. ) H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager. Just Passed. :". .: Dyspepsia: Cure

from a health standpoint is worthy your

attention, not to mention the further advantage The Florala team of ball tossers; Roasters, Blenders and Shippers of Following is a List of the industries compels proper digestion of the food and sends the
established in southern states tfuring
of the
suocee ed in taking every one
in high quality of leathers and series of three games from the Pen- Fine CoffeesOUR the past week, compiled by The food nutriment. through the blood into all parts of

workmanship and lowest prices. Any price sacola team for in the game yesterday Tradesman: the body.

desired from $2.50 to $6.50, but with qualiy afternoon. when it seems that Ibs COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL Alabama., The tissues are thus built up and every organ is S
A TRIAL coffin
I strong Pensacolas would take the GROCERS. GIVE THEM Pittsview-$20.000 factory. restored to health and strength and in
put perfect
best always, and the coolest store in town I third and last game, the latter throughthe 'Montgomery-$100,000 finance .company condition. .
errors of the shortstop lost by ; 100000.development company. .
to trade in.WILL Elba$5,000! telephone .. Disease is driven out to stay out-the cause
I the score of 6 to 4. The game, how company. .

I ever, was more interesting than the Marine Grocery Co. Birmingham-$25,000 coal mining is,removed. : _ SI
previous two and was also witnessed company; 50000. machinerymanu

YOU BE SHOD TODAY ? I b"' a larger crowd. 604, 605 S. Palafox St. . PkntersTille, Miss.
Carnes and Restau was the batteryfor Phone 725. Arkansas.Texarkana$30,000 I: have-prescribed Kodol quite often in my practice,

Pensacola, and did exceptionallyfine V. J. VIDAL, Manager.We naval stores tad have found it & very efficient remedy for all
work, striking out ten batters company. stomach ailments. It has always given the best of
and allowing but five hits, while Miller carry a full ]line of Imported and Batesville-$100.00 building and W
Jesuits. J. T. MAY, M.D.
of tha Florala team also pitched Domestic Groceries and Provisions.We loan company.Eureka .

I exceptionally good ban, having a want your patrona'ge. iSpirngs $200,000 land company t
strike-out record of thirteen and yielding ;
THE WHITE STOREPhone I six hits. Hot Springs-$50.000 development ; l
JOHN fnptnd t &IIl.ab-
'I Up to the fifth inning the game was I SAFES SAFES SAFES! SAFES company. It'L: MAKES THE on.wl1ofE.C.DeWi"
close and it seemed as' though the Little Rock-$5,000 skating. rink 8TOMAOH. SWEET.: _.Co.Ch1c&o.V.IA._ _
i Pensacola would win, but several bits'I Buy Diebold Safes. company. >

205.207 S. PAtAFOX I II I in the direction of shotstop. put men Scarritt Moreno, Agent. Nashville $100,000 improvementand [
on bases and these scored, and the lumber company. ;
visitors finally won. Cerro Gordo-$100.000 lumber torn t

The boys composing the Florala pany. ,

j -- they team conducted are a gentlemanly themselves set. on In fact the REAL l t ESTATE T I IT Newnan-$200,000 Georgia.cotton mills.' : Sold by'Ho"oto'n's J

field in a manner which, ,elicited Blun- $6,000( saw mill. ,
prais from the spectators.BASEBALL. Winder-Hardware company. Pharmacy., ,;"

I GUESS T THE E WEATHER T 1 'Brunswick Atlanta-$5,000-48,000 bottling saw ;J, F

T TRANSFERSFollowing N Columbus-Furniture factory. .__ _- -- _' ..=, ="..,,_C ". -- _" P
Indian Territory. : ; ItS

you have read of that big reduction I mR MONTH Ardmore-Heat Boswell-Saw mill.and 'power corn- 98 Per Cent Death Claims Settled in 24 HoursThink ; c
.. made on all my stock of Clothing American League. is a list of the real estate Louisiana.
5 Phi' la 9 first what of life insurance mean t ,
Washington adelp transfers recorded yesterday, reported NewOrleans$100,000 chewinggum prompt? payment money :
game. by the Pensacola Abstract Co.: factory; $75.000 ice cream company the widow'and family. Over 98 per cent of all death claims durin. ; j tlu
For Cash? Washington\ 6, Philadelphia 5, sec The Maxant Land Co. to Mrs. Bertha -: ; $40,000 mining company; $125- 1305 was settled within,24 hours after proof of death was rece:\>',:, ; tlc t.C

OFJULY f J ond game. ;'. S. Jacoby, lots 18, 25 and 26, blk.:' COO ice factory; $5,000; trunk factorv. by THE EQUITABLE. More than $118,000Tas paid out in dtd-ii ,
Cleveland 9, Chicago 2. ; ,' claims and benefits alone for each working dayoftheyearof195.your .
TVtell, they have been going pretty fast ; 194, Maxent Tract, $1 and other con-:.'I (4Monroe'Laundry.'Shreveport$25G0. '"
the ? In absolute i
New York 8, Boston 4. siderations. lumber com policy in EQUITABLE addition to protection tltl
but there's a few more left at that Detroit 7, St. Louis 3. Leslie E. Brooks to Frank J. and, pany. the premiums earned make it a good investment-(better than :>aings \- ,
same cut price and In this warm i b
Sidney H. Bell, lots' H ID:: 20, inclusive,I Lake Charles-Oil company. banks.lnsurancc ,
'weather a light weight 2 piece suit is Meteoroligical Conditions During National League. in block 140, New City Tract, $1000 i Mississippi. a

just what you need to keep cool Full I Boston 3. New York 2. and other considerations.R. I lJ.IisYiHe-$10OOO bricks works; Knowles Bros.GPe Agts [ h

line, light weight summer Shirts Col-! that Month for the Past Philadelphia 5, Brooklyn 1.St P. Butler to Mrs. Louisa LAnd W. lumber company. IGulfIX Firt Uft. : >. b
Louis 2
Pittsburg 5. 35 ft. of 19 > -$2o.OOO hardware 'com- |
lots 22 S.
to and 122 ft. of .
from 50c
lars attached and detached .
Chicago-Cincinnati: rain. ....
lot 23, block 124, W. King Tract, $1751! ]pany. I --- -II "Sb
up to $2.25, values never before heardof. 26 Years. and other consideratons.: Biloxi-$50,000 brick, and tile

\ Southern League. J. N. Andrews to Peter McCullough,I "Se
One trial of the Men's and Boys' --- Atlanta 1, Birmingham 3.." '" I lots 6, block 136, E. King Tract, E. of, works.'p.. 'Missouri.Doniphan$5,000 ++..++.+.+.+++.......+,4s................* +.*...... tlh

The following data, covering a Memphis 11, Little Rock 2. Tarragona St., $225. -, .- [ :: mining company.' t ENeAOOLA : *
Furnisher will convince you.JOS.COLEMAN. Nashville 8 I
period!! of twenty-six years, have been Montgomery Alexander Stoddart: to W. J. Hannah Joplin Mining company. Iron Works P
Supply Co.
Shreveport New
compiled from the records at the local Orleans 1. and C. F. Marsh, all that portionof J"ent-.orth-JConcentrating, mill. I and t(
the Lake View Addition! Carthage-Two $150.000 mining
. as t
Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS J
station of the weather bureau South Atlantic League. follows that panies.
: All of
piece or parcel .
showing the conditions that have prevailed Charleston 2, Macon 9, first game. land lying E. of Hills'de: avenue and St. Louis-$8,000 realty and, building FORGINGS, MILL AN.D STEAMSHIP SUPPLIED STEAMSHIP
Charleston 7, Macon 2, second : REPAIRS A SPECIALTY.: Prompt attention given to al orders $
game. $10,>00 machine company -
W. of company;
here during the month of July! Osceola Ave.l and other con-; .
Savannah 2, Jacksonville 1. siderations. ; $10,000 reduc'tion company; day or night Agents for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Lot ana ? It
212 S. Palafox St. during this period. The information, \Augusta 5, Columbia 4. "' ] $200,000 lumber company; $25000 :: Timber Dogs, also chains of all descriptions. Office phone 123. Rsl-
Josephine Segari and husband, *
however should not :be construed asa construction e> dence phone 1029. P. 0. Boi123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. I
Phone 727. Unknown Friends. Frank Segari, ta Benj. L. Clarke, lots lumber company; company ....H6..M.. .. ..... ...... 4"...... .......
forecast of conditions that will prevail 19 and 20, block 185 New City Tract, ; $500,000 fuel! company; $50-

during next month: There are many people who have $1 and other considerations.'Benj. (000! Kansas land company City-; $20,000$50,000 mines.electrical ...........t41 4..O...............4..... ......... (
Temperature lean or normal temperature used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera L. Clarke to Josephine\ Segari, ]
and Diarrhoea Remedy with splendd: lots 19 and 20, blockjJ85 New City company; $50,00 manufacturing company -,, .
8i degrees. J"he warmest: results! but who are unknown because Tract, $1 and other" nslderati:>ns. ; rubber and belting company. I j
FREE.MAIL month was that of'1881, with an aver' they have hesitated about giving a H. Cazoppa to Chas Hartman, E1/ North Carolina. 'I A Point Excellence About !

: age of 83 degrees. The coldest month, testimonial of their experience ,. for of lot 332, block 21, Old! City, $400. Cherryville-$125,000 cotton manufacturing -

was that of 1&94ith an average of\ publication. These people, howrver, finnie B. Favourite and husband, comparyLattlmore$50,000,
BOOKKEEPING AND SHORTHANDto 79 degrees. The hghest! temperature are none the less friends of this rem: R. F. Favourite to" G. N. Collins, lots cotton manufacturing Gas For Lighting.

FIVE persons in each county,desiring to take was 103 degrees on July 12, 1901. The I edy. They have done much toward''' 6 to 10, inclusive, b'ock 204, New City, company. |
JIl'5Onainstruction.: who will within 30 daysclip lowest temperature was 64 degrees on making it a household word by their;* $1000( and other considerations. Pembroke-$50.000 supply company. .
and SEND this notice to either of .
July 6, 1882. personal recommendations to friends} R. F. Metts to A. Y, Smith, N. 112 Louisburg-$20,000 mattress factory : .
Precipitation Average for the and neighbors. It is a 'good medicine i ft. of the EV2 of the W.2 of Arpentlot ; $20,000 cotton m'lL! Is: its safety. There are no defective *
wires to become entangled insuia-
DRAUGHON'Sii4the4 month, 6.78 inches. Average numberof to have in the house and is widely 84, Old City $500 and other con- New Bern-$100,000 light and fuel tion to wear off and catch fire or to the J 4
known for its of diarrhoea siderations. company. .
cures and
days with,.01 of an inch or more 14. woodwork. If any leak in gas pipes *
Charlotte-$100,000 brick works.
all forms of bowel trouble. For sale
The greatest monthly precipitationwas : It is easily detected and as quickly :
Lexington-$25,000 excelsior
by all druggists. G. B. Burnhans Testifies After Four com
13.68 inches in 1890. The least 2 corrected, while there can be no possi- *
monthly precipitation 2.01 inchesin Years.G. pany.
was ble danger whatever in its
Montgomery, Atlanta, Raleigh, Columbia THE PROUDEST MANIN Greensboro-$15,000 stove fondry. use. :
1902. The greatest amount of precipitation B. Burhans. of Carl'sle: Center, : '
,Shreveport, Dallas or Jack. in any 24 consecutive hours SAN FRANCISCOSan N. Y., writes: "About four years Cklahoma. : : ;
son, Miss. was 5.01 inches on July .7, 1896. I ago I wrote you stating that I had Oklahoma City-$1000,000 mining' Pensacola Gas
Clouds and A\erage num. Francisco, June 29.-The manwho i been entirely cured of a severe kid and milling company. I 2 Company f
We also teach BY :MAIL BnocessfoDv eREFUND enjoyed the distinction of El Reno-$3,000,000 construction; !I
MONEY. Law Penmanship. Arithmetic ber of clear days. 9; partly cloudy run- : ney trouble by taking less than two : 0
., Letter-Writmir. Drawing, Cartooning, days, 15; cloudy days, 7. nicg the first car operated in Sanj'; bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure. It company. I I Phone 148. 24. and 27 E. Garden Street. t
Business English,Banting etA : Francisco by cable service since the Guthrie $3,000,000 construction
Capital.27 Collwtea 17 years' IS btates.Indorsed 300000.00 bj; bust. I.I been Wind-The from the preva'ling southwest winds The average have fire was greeted with many a ,cheeras ment entirely, and stopped pain and the symptoms brick dust of sedi.kidney company. ....................................................;

'Beu men. Notion;enter any time. Writaforcatalofr. I hourly velocity of the wind is 7.7. the smooth-running rope carried I disease disappeared.: I am glad 'South Carolina.
MSITIOIIJ-securedor EEl IEFUIDED his car along Geary street last Wednesday. : Batesburg-$10,000 storage com1 JI..i____ .
MUST taorder to get Home Stndy FREE, The highest velocity of the wind was to say that I have never had a return I._.__.__W- -
YOU write now thus:"I desire to know 72 miles! from the north on July 7, The resumption of this line i of any of those symptbms during the any : Order 'Ou&-
Offer made is one of the demonstrations of, Tennessee.
outyourepecia1'Home Study many
JIlre 1896. that
four years elapsed and I am
iA thA published aft'I the small damage done by earthquake. : evidently cured to stay cured. anJ: Jackson-$600,000 railway and lightCOfFEE ICE, COAL and WOOD
The road runs up hill and down: over
How to BreakUp Cold.It .
a heartily recommend Foley's Kidney from tla.oConsumers'
iiatural and
grades filled land
may be a surprise: to many to ; through Cure to any one suffering from kid
___. rocks and through sand. The conduit: Ice and Fuel Company.
.w learn that a severe cold can be completely ney or bladder troub e. For sale by
broken up in one or two days'time. was absolutely unharmed, and the W. A. D'A} mberte, druggist and Offlc*-Corner C&t|'"and Tarragona. Phone 259.
oriy repairs needed were in places I
The first
symptoms of a cold apothecary. -:-
where the intense heat of the
fire had
are a dry, loud cough .
Grace a profuse warped the slot.Fourth ._. -
I watery discharge from the nose anda CONTEMPLATING! A BIG
thin. white coating on the tongue. We tbe Pioneer
July Picnicers. company. NOTICE
When Chamberlain's cough remedy Is
taken hour 'Bosso's Ice Cream Factory will furnish Coffee Roasters of Texas.
every on- the first
Dash appear _____
ice cream cheaper than The "Big Store" of Wm. Johnson &
:you "
ance of these symptoms. It counter- you Ozona-?2o7obO development com The Woolley Sanatorium the only in
can make it. Phone 1326, or corner Son, is preparing for its great annual West Florida.McHUGH'S .
acts the effect of the cold and restoresthe pany. stitute in the United States where the
Romana and Tarragona. summer sa'e. Order has already been
system to a healthy condition given to the sales people that when Paris-$25,000 foundry and machine Opium, Cocaine and Whiskey hab'"-
Distinction within a day or"'two. For sale by all the sale opens and until it closes I shop. ; can be cured without exposure, at i
dru'ggists. 'Baaumont Saw with much for the On1!
so ease patient.
goods must be sold regardless to f BLENDShave
Escambia Pressing'ClubDyeing i(I everything else. The Big Store is preparing Dallas-'Loan company. 30 days' time required. Describ-)
FOR SALE. I some extensive Nacogdoches-$75.000 cotton ware- your casa and I will write you an
Call it what you will SHOW CASES, WALL CASES AND Cleaning and Pressing ofj j! and this will necessitate a great temporary house company. opinion as to what I can accompl'- .
there is a certain some- SAFES. APPLY OR ADDRESS 'P.LINDENSTRUTH gentlemen's and ladies' Clothing. Club'I reduction in stock and with no equal. A trial] "Esteline-$7,500 hardware company. for you. Ask your family physicianto

thing about our suits for THE JEWELER, rates only 1.0) per month. We call that end in view this j ear's sale has will convince the Rockdale-5,000 warehouse com- investigate. Dr. B. M. Woolley, 104
PENSACOLA, FLA., for and deliver all work. No. 9 E. connoisseur N. Pryor Street Ga.
men that is different from been so planned that the people will :Rodfers-J10OQO ,oil company. Atlanta
the ordinary kind usually Intendencia. be almost compelled that we pany. -
TUG ARRIVES 'WITHBARGE t<1 buy goods on : I
K seen. Men in all walksof WALTER MAULTON & CO., Props account of the, great inducements make Houston-415,000>; land ; company;
life can easily be fitted FOR COAL Selix's Old Stand. which will be offered. The exact date no extravagant SO,000 loan company $10,000 land Do You Want The
here in these suits of has not yet been set, but it will begin claims. company. :
whatever fabric and color The bi'g tug John L. Inglis havingIn sometime in the latter part of July. San Angelo-$30,000 land
he may desire, together tow one of the barges owned by the mention of which will be made later.I Ranger-$10.000 lumber company.
with hats shoes and Port Inglis Transportation Company, The Big Store company. .
has an established: reputation Wholesale' and RetailGROCERS Anges-$30.000 telephone
furnishings of the same reached port yesterday morning and A Little Better when it comes to giving val- Ft. Myerg--<$50,000' lane company.
: high degree :' of .quality. the barge will at once load a' cargoof ues, and in this instance additional I

Suit prices bin at $6.50 coal to be taken to PL Ingl s. Laundry Work laurels will be added to its reputation. : Danville-$10,000 Virginia.distiUery.! .. .
This is the second ]
and extent ii easy advances second cargo that .
Roanoke ..
-$100,000 Iron steel .
up to $18 and $20. has been taken there during the past! Is enough better to nke a Privileges for Sale. {land.

Straw hats of characterfor ten dan from this porte The tug ,is I change worth while, and: THE Privileges are for sale for the 4th and all kinds of Feed company.r Lois-Telephone _, .
75c, in command of Captain peter Olsen, STAR work Is certainly lit-
$1 and $1.50. Stet a
of July picnic both: afternoon and Stuffs.Ipluto Alexandria-$800,000 stone? and Tackle
of Florence
son softs and stiffs at formerly the WStherbee. tie better than second best and I
night, to be given at Electric Park by brick structure 'cleaning c mpany.
much better than the ordinary !- I
350. Summer shirts at very the Knights of Columbus. Apply to West Virginia": :
T5 cents and a dollar that The Very Best Remedy for Bowel work turned out by 'mostlaundries. Jackson Brand n''at Pensacola EleCtric Gilbert-$5,000 telephone;company.
: ar& really worth fifty Trouble. Try us on'your next Co. 2 june \Princ\on-$25OOO lumber com Tennis Golf. Baseball and Atnle!(
cents more. Underwearthat Mr. M. F. Borroughs, an old and I parcel of soiled linens and WaterWholesale pany. \, Goods the best Phonographs and re

spells personal corn- well-known resident of Bluffton, Ind.,!I whether shirts, collars, cuffs or NOTICE TO 'THE PUBLIC. Parkersburg 900,000 oil com ords the best Dog Medicine, the b't

fort for' 25 and 50 "cents" says: "I regard Chamberlain's Colic,I ladles dainty lingerie, we'll v On and after June'30th, 1906. our pany. ; Bicycles, the best Tires the b''-t

a garment. xH Cholera and Diarrhoea_remedy as the, .'guarantee satisfaction fish house on Palafox Wharf will remain and Retail, Whseling $75,000 machine com Typewriters the best Lock and K.f"
very best remedy for bowel trouble. I I closed Fitting, best 'Trunk Repairing, be
on Sundays. We positively : Jany. ;Ji
0. make this statement after having The Star Steam w'.ll! not sell either fish or ice Fairmont $10,000 sand, company.. Gas Lamp, and last, but not least. t.,
used the remedy in my family for on Sunday. Charleston-Steel works.' best Roller Skates? ,, !
several .1 am never without New Orleans Grocery Co. !
years. Laundry. 29j3t E. E., SAUNDERS & CO. Why so to
jfj!' This 'remedy is almost sure tote
CASH CLOTHIER, needed before the F. B. BRUCE, ,
summer is
over. 37 EJUr< sn8i. Phon. 114. Dr. Chas. A. Green,,representing A. SPORTING GOODS DEALER: WJLL :
and Vain Why not buy it now and be preparedfor K. Hawks of I B. BRUCE
Corner Palafol such an, emergency? For sale by Penucola. Fin. If in need, of Atlanta glasses,call is in on the citr'l Jas. McHugh OPEN FOR BUSINESS THE NEW .
all druggists. .
Hooton's Pharmacy. Phone 05.. Proprietor. ;


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