The Pensacola journal.

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The Pensacola journal.
Added title page title:
Daily journal
Added title page title:
Pensacola news-journal
Place of Publication:
Pensacola, Fla.
Mayes & Co.
Mayes & Co.,
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v. : ill.


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Newspapers. -- Pensacola (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Escambia County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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In March 1897, the Pensacola Journal was started as a weekly by William Marion Loftin. The Pensacola Journal became a daily in 1898. With competition from other Pensacola papers, the Journal's coverage included a large part of Florida. In 1922, the Pensacola Journal was purchased by John H. Perry, who in 1924 also acquired the newspaper's main rival, the Pensacola Evening News. For the next six decades, the Pensacola Journal continued to appear mornings and the Pensacola News evenings. Both newspapers remained extremely competitive. A combined Sunday edition published as the Pensacola News Journal also became available. A consolidated newspaper, also known as the Pensacola News Journal, began operations on June 3, 1985, and continues to the present. Pensacola is the seat of government for Escambia County, the westernmost city in the westernmost county of Florida. The city sits on Pensacola Bay, connecting to the Gulf of Mexico. Since the early colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was already one of Florida's four largest cities. The big news covered by the local Pensacola press in 1898 was the beginning of the Spanish-American War. The Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them troops under Teddy Roosevelt, who passed through Pensacola on his way to Cuba through Tampa. In the years following the war, the United States secured the peace in the Caribbean through naval patrols and maneuvers based out of Pensacola. In the early part of the 20th century, Pensacola experienced tremendous growth. The population doubled to nearly 23,000 between 1890 and 1910. A new Spanish Renaissance-style city hall was built in 1908. Two years later, the American National Bank building--at 10 stories, Pensacola's first skyscraper-- was completed. The same year marked the construction of the San Carlos Hotel and a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had 21 miles of paved streets, and the first modern hospital opened three years later. In 1916, the city began operating its first motorized fire truck, and by 1924 it had replaced all of its horse-drawn firefighting equipment. The Pensacola Journal covered the cycles of boom and bust that characterized the city in the years that followed, as well as the renewed growth after the Second World War.
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Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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LIZES TEN IOMU I7U-.7TJM / V g- i# Tas. nd people uad osi
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UH DTAM ,TON 0".m the everOalt n thouuain dollar
wsMPTE, u I o. ^gm I DATTt Y4i4 M. .ltse, am BrIe ,ad three DUP,.I,.VE OWIIS THAT T W <
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Arta p at the l, at two to ou, lhe I C
FOR AT TMKIAN uev set thee p ~m~atI~ms oreE IN eQK OP schh hAd 4"I, at twelve aq n n d. TgLa
FOR T L TAS 4A moare -am- O3 i 40# 2$r Sr'T e 2:1 4 SS wtn
Wte +"TCB ^i th eW, i vst '.# . elS, th.. . ., . . *"- -" o--17
in. AN A W Lee'tbe record'made by Irish 11HH14le ST 0OY IN OEPaNE
"o o- ,- & aid- oo r e d e etreA i -W am ryeaA- .
By JoeMrim RL -aw-Vaint-St d S
Tallahassee, J"0e ."-. t.aon d .sham e y e 2
Frank Samu %wo Ov inine s ss. at60, .01. ur u mi *.it i iri i ,P I--. /-f.: .- d._nn rn-nn ^ o l idt
prevented hi. ,m to, the poP MY1m01.- .t "sid.ghts wr.e throwS e e e
ies he held at t of t .h W ts taS.edy to-day by a private d e
State Coatti e Jack Ioaii re "t i)l" ") a "" "1lU tective who declares he wte loyed i
hee nt Is rolulft Whe ag for PIret
gently wh th B r i tBo eeos* g iSyer beb i re the |The 5 o
was before the meal bekan dI dective sy that WIlte
the doubt bowtt of hiw s 'e I' ly feared for his life ad t *k ml- te
tact the prfay tMB. Whether 1 TIWf YW TW( preeaios aaiast surprise; that T
Captain smo sews the thuiks of YAJ N A 'fMTA equally ingetous plasA were tas t
there A -r by Thaw to keep track of Wite's
back to ft* he. glSb p tase n -
bctothe uwmlf m et .. il "o -.. " .,-"tda- was is r byIm ".- o..-. .e mor than sltI.s m. oreta w...
agree. .t that.. .. tsa_. c M b_ ....r Thhl WIP fl stAhutT dur ing.&ad".. ._ 7utS l a
has shm f. at, ,e is 8 maMM that 4*4 busee4_ dby.__a w made doves whe w ere : du
be trodste t. I as viam1. lto ail s, ctJtaIR AatSem e .g.him an u e a
wishes of ha tot e Wtt ~.. t lA"I cqL_ ed -. O S l. e wroIsitTed him. crII Iaw his wif ad a e
The o y-w- Ms u dei OW" 1. .",'1"' s.,. of Mi ot the D- SaL befriended her fmily. Thaw h at I "
w.oluate l .Mtated to s | mify a_ .vbl . ,.i tt fh1 4 t ..g.4 e f th b Ine I am meeting her. Before God I
the b| t ta here ra hap dee t ;- am not. ntae, her marriage she haa
7** r Bhdaers w*I visBh &ewton repaid my Madness by mag re
he brk orh w tal the iro ,, ,. .mat s b I ST i itw th mn t /out me to arouse the Jea- s
p tr Wa ey fetJuly. a They sop there ousy of r hubmd. I cabmot s'm 5
t9 .:e : 0 aero thele iot sds at the stand It. I never knowlagly w ws o
6t0b 7 .t m about twenty norics, tad 1oo anyh man or woman." t
sn p l In the In t ttic of the Judge Olcott ld toa ey that. M !

Mot ton laeod o n her a 'I the dA. y ---rg--- k i hll. ME tal and during the afternoon went that will go f6itm Penacola on Uhp people all over the wortl .
could orly eested by the d a to t saert epec o O TAKE CS O THe throu the congressional library r o urth will r._lnsure the rewton S ri -
line Charts made for marnae p O. the poor. c rto He rete tthe ens that he n ovices wll' set all that
Th lands beWg under salt water are C jmA STnIg L llingt on e etr to them.
absolutely worthless except for the -, o Ir- peMdenats rodn- In ete.A"a"-l at.4'45 46me of the most prominent men l Ii
bark of the maangrove trees that grow MT D P SW sL ad after a further Wilt went to the of the city are members of the order,
upon them, pat whichIs tu ed for ON whUl tAiL R oW i ns. en o battle shop ftor a aave. At b ad will make the trip to the Alabama ]IIIilP
tanning leather. Certain of the lO y -. ly fourteen mn to break the .clook hi decided to return to ahe. town upon invitation of the Brbwton
ida papers, possible from lack of 1- On and after Tily 1, 1i patrol of strikee on the wharves of the Lol =- 6i11 House and there wait notin-j lodge. Visiting Shriners are invited t
Sormation, hre found in the sale the rural deMhX s y *"ie b 11t be reto ie and Nashville Railroad reached nation that congress was ready to ad-' to .join the party and participate in I I
ground for severe criuci ad t qired to dlspy a telrbo here yesterday, and considerable e- j the proceedings, which are a J
uatlon. "Why were the tlads sold at when they leave ~ i U then fo tcar-otter rigidly carried out h ted .eto be fast and uoud and IUII A
such a small price and why were they rer to collect, as, after that date, car- appointment was felt by those who s n e on of kee back the ad.- t"hed before daybreak the follow
told at a private sale? It aked. riers when serving their routes, wlU have the matter In hand. for when jo tn ent resolution unthl all ebiU ste mor ing. O w
Since the creation of the Trustees not be required to open and e lamne the train left Mobile it contained were aAed and the hour of fnal ad The party is to leave Pensacola on N
of the Internal Improvement PFud, any maUl boxes Kcept thoa to wh elet forty, while many others had jo. mineu t was not .known until a the noon train on the Fourth and will DlUmlll y ed
ill the sales of leads bielongti to they have mal4 to deliver and thwe o, promised to be at the depot, r tal- short ftmee before the gavel tell with. reach Brewton in the afternoon. That U
te Fund have been eaDot Ter te the which signals are displayed to eial oin t-The man had the announcement of alssolution. afternoon %they will have an oppor-
moe whup..sTnamteit ud had aonesA n. aondn, frnof
manner prescribed by Iw. iThee has ate there to arr to ow up. The wo ad nate and housemet early tuPtyf resting and reprit .
sever been a bkme ale of Internal Iect0 1 charge other ang, and wh _ather but ong recess was necessary In the piocaedings of the night, wiich .
Improvement d land. Those patrols whose boes ap not ed them together n Mobile tday, the afternoon to enable the rolling will be concluded in time to tch
The Trustes are required to i provided with stugals must attach, did not notice that they were thian- clerks to catch up on bills that had the train and return me the follow- Ju
the value of the lands with dsae re- thereto some device which when das ning out rapidly after Flomaton was od pas ed ing morning t 5 ocIek. Those who o L s-u ig
gard to Itso loate,. aooesslbl.ty, played, w fill plainly show passing car rbched, and when he ind fnd it o&t, re closing scenes in the senate make t-rimrW. r T. Mor g .
timber, etc. In the above Instance iers there Is mall to be collected. It It was too late as they, with their were formal and uninteresting. In Dr. D. W. McMillan, T. TIrn I O
investigation will sho'r that the sun is not necessary that such device shall buadles, had dropped off the cars at the houae the usual hilarious, perform- W. H Northup, C. Mcieasie Oert- h
paid by Mr. Jennings was a fair price be either molngscated or eatty; a the various station, and only fourteen ances was carried out enoui-ting of n J. 8. -'ese SME S ? Sam
tor the swamp he bought. very siaple a sagafeit wl answer reabed the city yesterday morning. amusing speeches and songa. No bus- Rosenan, Pr L Seth, G. A dispatch from Key West to the e
Unfortunately there is too stretg a the purpose. -r The few who arrived are to work tnees Importance, aside from comn. Walker, I d. W-tson, W. W. Wat- Jacksonville Times-Union says:
tendency to Jump at cnacluskos and Carriers must lower he uIgnals On cars on the Commandanela street plattag pending legislation, was trans- s, B.S. W k, H. Pae, 3. With a few exceptions the etire
make accusations without any definite boxes after making ollectolse pro. wharf, where they eat and 5leep. The acted by either house during the day. Jones, .Jo 1). n sPn, Slel. Cann We bek from w
or reliable Information or knowledge vided no mall is leh therein; and company. fearing that the strikprs4 weaker Cannon said of the work G. Daily, Gas Etiten, Jas W. Aly, with average catches of about th250 th
of the facts. Brery ogelal of the must display the sitnals when they might make it uncomfortable for their o the present session that ft nothing" G. Fell A. C. Bot Jr, W. AW. bin ches The largest catch was 250 A
Trustees Is open to, sad will bear in- deposit miill or pslqnm, imlees the nw employees secured police officers else had.t een accomplished the pure 1E7, B. rba, .ier, T bnces. Th lges catch wa A
*pection. patrons barve ilade reqtiests to the tc guard the cars, and blue coats food bill, the inspection feature of the Reager, I. r'iedmia* W. A. Gahlen bunches, made by the schooner New- G
A. C. L i. Delint contrary. kept watch over them during the agricultal bill and railroad rate leg- beck, Dr Gwy an U R. Rinol@ n port. Last season the priees paid It
The Atlanti Cot Ue Railwaye w l make the session iaht G> would have made this a very proft-
er Atlstic CIos ru lt haulw the Assoon as the negroes resehed the iotalone w m t able trip, bus the prices have gone a r
Osists wi mterial aS o mhe the mnd w othal one of the woat womanly. city they were placed at wort load- A oa coomltte of the two uosaes lRISITS aown so that ponges whav brought B
Ss IT s Smea a nd s he has prove d herself a fator to phosphate In the ship whic had of cgress called o the precedent at IURJK RES $8 a bunch last year are selling this S
ane Teegraph Cousoay, In hd e reckoned with whto she takes a b Jes Mie for a number of dayi, ute o'clock and nothled hle that con- season for A3. About M10,000 was sold B
Conjsus th s yer the Rattroad hand in pulttes, aa4 .i 4,ebgable as sud a small nauuber could not rcoe. .weald adjourn at ten oA FROM CRAP GAME lat Wednesday a 60W Thursday. A
Telep Con.Ls yePs tl Mr. Hollowara inm tn e State plish much. To-day it is said, there psptx at that ir tonight Vice The lsrge quantity of sponge far- B
h raph Compsay onepl ai? Department of 3ittotq. Sbe bas a will be a ecar tads. of tVPresideiat larbanks tn the senate and nshed the market by the divers hgr u

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C L w. dit^t Mgrous lovome ad fnts bro"gM bee from Pots r tata, eaker Cannon In the home declared e FRI wer he g
Seavoroen the f ls o thtolai dropal
ra for of the Westers Tel oer e teaor of a protection as those now here. hett th TH ow hat ths on the
Prt and dstribun sis_ rope with Dr. a .e of As Th strikers have offered ao vo y teds will thin them out so that by
i ,rt and distribute1 t OS A bV Se, Noa* ( m ~ t Ieae the trie breatke. 'Many P TM RSLTS. next year the supply will agahe be.
to thedtts m v1cUa *Ib paaied by Wis. Ir1e ArepOTy of th 'Ane cur work yes-YlAT
01 na rorperform the tSes wia >maodb Th Mis o pea e I eg toured wes ye. iN RCORDSwAT the demand and the prices will
ism-,n carrier. ut imrtt wta .aeesve. be abgo.en A..# tterday tIn lia.g the cargo, of rosl li Key West vessels
Ir fore thCo steamer oodlasd, wh, bh a
ri r was Issued to require the A..Q est ia &s t t rdSt e ATLETIC MET By A-oltated Prisa h 'riwes 'hen areoe lwee f :'orle

I ., gn, <> ._.9#. -.. .. .. - h .. .- .* .p... t rices here w ere "" excess "
ol mi bn tna P "Ten S.t e^ t ara withe at Mm .sell, white was.locked upto hereAt thos paioed In Tarpo_ .pi.s a
ourn die vatnd te* ard4 o0tilusWd se ofdaartaafgao Byn TAsaeiasd P ay chd withe order of present season has demoastted that
1heir and l 4 T a o w t ad tesa k m ae b t .e Jaees 2 the sponge taken by te hookers are
11ght Of way." el periste 9raiu .u3h5eW l3 ISS*St at a ft vesl h IStOSS twU b Thomas J., night The men$ weo ha bee& tofoabettrgrade andare fa b se
III its disregard of the order and the tSS0on. Sar tat the CN*U" Aaaod bet of ial pot se a
Tommion s.tough by m th A S3ht U*S held a ofcaps. It to;tit-isreportedthatant erhIdiveMn ofthae s
('or; decided that Abe o O( t 3S be ebcS3d il t sr Usse asa tav. at 2 tU o WUM A. U
specifying the Postam atT :usO Wtlu bers o 1o Siie
order, Intaded to cue th
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IM0-*48,40 .
These figure tenll M e -Dy d -ifw
oWais amt s tBe sIn pte or a s
ove- years, adhe th ame oma
liar noessase of the ealjsy WImw .
iet last night, shows tt the vo w
ss has been rapid, ad that tdo S
rapidly coming to the trft as am .
the leading pots fo r the guKi ri
Sofn all classes of goods
The figures show the vrmeda s
a article shipped from a* pout.
e Items were mostly lumer ma
"er, cotUtn. tmwo, iosphate
ck, kalnit, shuttleblocka, oal, etc.
Trn years business eae to a close
kerday aftrw when the custom
ase closed for the day, and within
rures of the years business had been
mpiled by Collector IMaan's com*
tent deputies. The shipments th
ar have been the largest by 3,117,p
s.00 ever known il the history o the
for years the e at have show
i anrease at the ad of each year,
me times of a aIloo or more, but
e Afgures of o shol the Iancrease
be larger than ever before known,
e principally to the ohavy cotta -
dpmv ts ever the lMes of the Loaus-
lie and NasMvlUe to ULverooa, re.
oIs January sIowId the large .
Wi {arvaltMts of the shipments
irlam that month reaching $3,203,395.
The valuation during the past month
as $1,u019t1. But little cotton was
lipped during the month, but lurn.
er and timber was exported in large
The Year' Exports.
The ftares showing the valuation of
t shipments each month are as tl*
ly.. .. .................... 9 0
ugust........ .. ........ tlll8-
eptember.. .. ............. 1,851,647
etober.. .. .... ......... 1,19,679
ovember.. .. .............. 2,16,461
ecember.. ..... *...... .... 1,816,715
nuary.. .. ... .........*.... 30,88M
ebruary.. .. "....:......... 1,1181 '
Srch... ... ... ,0 ......... 11879
pril.. ...... ............... 1,1,00W
ay.... .................. 1, ,M,
me.. ..... ............. .1l1,W1O,
Total..*.. ... .U...........18,M,98L
The value of Imports also showed a
iandsome Increase, as ,wen as te*.
ige tax collected and dutis eoMeet.
1 on imports.
June Exports.
The countries to which shMpmsntI
ere made during the past month aad
he valuations, are as follows:
stria.. .. ..................$ 8,80
rance.. .. ................ 44,$86
ermany.. .. .......... ..*... St
aly. .. -. ...............4,M
etherlands... ... ........... 3,475
pain.. .. .................. 2e,10
agland.... .. ................ .41,1t
ritish Honduras.. .. ........ 6858
rgentlna. .. .. .............. .147,015
rasi l. ......... ...... ........ 1-0,14 '
ruguay.. .. ............... 9,521




By Aesolated Press
aama, Juoe o.0-Governor Ma.
omo's t to conciliate the tco :-
donals and liberals have bees
owned with success. At a co, -
iremmoe It was agreed that a mix. "
ieket codoswwe of representatives ot
ach party In Panama province, be
t forw The elections to-morrow
re saUe to pasS off quietly.


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Not on Sale Before Eight Thirty.

10 Yars of Lawn f 69cents
so $es Badl< amd Swif Lawns. Fastcolw,
ud 6he9 wychoiced pdttels
Valuuuptol2 102cea 0 461 IO 10 arT* (i

Not on Sale Before.Eight Thirty.

3 Vests for 9 cents.

50 Doen Half Bleachd w1 Ga VeA. A
full line d ass
Sectal 3 for 9 cents.
Not on Sale Bcfore Eight Thirty


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pvet~lr PC b~d oe hlfleas than reuWkpric

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From $5.50 to $f9.W50.

Mkrcetized PergslAn ~wns-

ithe f abic fw Smaw. V Wer
Try ho. froin 35 tb75 em'

Arn" BiigeBEff 36&bVWide.

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Only 19 cet.


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tlny -- tbe beat for the

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so -io will know the q UHty the
fc between yaw fingers.

Eight Thirty.

10 cm n w Turkish Towels
50 o -astl Tukda Bath Towels Half
eh wa 20 cents Spcu 10 cents eachL
Not onS Bee ght Thirty.


Scouts forb

50 dozen Tndali Oriot
eaaWaiih ]Ftsj~wort
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'1 Ca ofd Towel Crash
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i a DbirI TYHC M An n nunAv UfLa rHll
I REV. THOSE M. CALLOWAY .Io,. r m Fur n n n itur
----am= ALOD OM 1 1I The rpCtLO
Urv. ..t .. t.. Ms sh" n to c m t m, n m tablished. The
S, ... ..r a e ..e Boso". 75 deople fot r r esL U omeMr7 flre
for T llo a r--" ,lent qualtSesm
^ f^^1tI n Ftor the Lord God Omnlpotent reign- MCHANICW u JL lag tecsts. #ut
Slt h HEAO.UARTERS UU1 tatOn Mr him
On o the J Whe; e .p.eiw ei, . M IW"M nF
a teharesr. of Pear hel. Oe'clerk I mnd. When i
| TOltO AND CO AI* N TONlS sal ev. W Q. Vreeland. ha all the te. P t tht
P OTH1R O1,tJHU WULL a-ry. e6 an yo wl begapr FSoi
.man at-4dr~m WO R"ter supply he
u ,Ts IN WelNvrs w us- "m time" s .S WO. .t-M* .,tS- .
#MRTO A mROYAL WLCO M TO Tr heass are te ng the *ory `0 *atoL Hotsi LOt" Hut*. eaot 1
N LA The woader of his ws lspas te o h hetor
Sment Many stores and places of bus-
a W"lliams, Mr. I& Ichare, Mr. A. L. neds in lensaw&l will be elosed on
S Amr. Th.e. M. Oalloway, formerly On beh.t of the City of Peassaola McAllister, Mr. T. F. McGouri.L .J 4 ta order to give t ein
of the First Baptist chrk. at --oev. P. WIleyV D.D. Soloist-4ar. W. & Gareld. oyeew 8- oa.ettunity to y .t MA
SAl., B but who re eatly ao. fWoa T. M. Caly. Pa-M J. n M Ali Blease In PenMsola will
So theu Sl tothe pastorate of the jrS3-Smtae *tholden Lend." w. at the oon r, 10 Pa
church. an,.d wh.o reach. baliva. Organ-M4s Alli Ws, Mr. i. M . that s the o bo agreeoupon tor the
so he es weeast wiS Prea Is art 0 Otodm0aS t.tonOren. stores to co.. All of the covern-
sermonIn tla4s city today, when he 00. -ed. Director-Mr. J. W. Lurton. meat offices will be closed fqr theo en-_
the st atthe church atthe The ir. tire day, and no business w ateer -
e, S lser e Sorap-Is i. Wenorth, 'AWRAM U L. ll be transaeted by Uncle tm. T he
sa l st weleom service ha been Mi Adele ChaJe mIs an Warren, was a man, wh agelast a~ l odds, at res that have agreed to close at s
f I dby the coggatom. In whteh Is tloise iii Mieft *Colon taine4 the hd i tomer a Ali cold oo ar as w
tor sad cogregatios of a ntb, Mis Crris alew, Mss Ma.- et t the iti-.d WiJ.. qlu .'s S toa l n, W. AI B.
1 ,1 r m the other oherches wll sl Loftl. Mwss arlya luWm. orehoud qu hasU a taM laet a psried Jas. M2 P1 l
Ue snd gve the new pstr o. e Mi Orl y, Mi Cra Pry eve equalled py any oythee rem R a S T 1 t
a m B ast phturh a welcome, or, Mrs. J P. P. dusy, M. P. M. edy. 'It is a sare care for S re. a, T. Cole an, W te
Sai es this aeco nt ther Mwl be o Thigpa n Mrs. J. C. Pebley, MWf A. R. Colds, BrachlUe, flatensa d &j ,P. 'c., A. ISl rAkf, A.
r1et Is In the other churches partoal- McAl.ter Mnrs. T. F. MoGorln. Ploary dieseS. 9very tresht & nero It b
pown tonlht. Mrs. .J)Nma, Mrs. 3ol 03hn. Mn. .hould keep sapplile with ths we& McAner son D. & 1. &aer, 1.
hSirS Direa er. Lrton has arranged -I. _Xal, Mrs.- J. Marlon CIUt- drful cough med nthe. l ti by Welland, I M o Clothin. Store
St4 uVla program, sad it Is one of tWerr. Mt. 'hIs -le. . -- la.druggists.B wnlothKin g tore,
elaborate that has ever been Alto-.48l Nelle Burrow. Miss L wh Bear Co, IL Asons-,
,-s la. The e h t oomwi""Mtain Beatrice Whmtk Wis O a Wte, Mim hy 3"- Te .. e-o"'
aw, |@ sme o hhe ollR ar mis th iak, am. ea M I-k lter O o .. aton s.
. rawner, wrs. . Percent, tear aait a esrT, uXdaerson
as m.e ee s SsS.2... ,h @2 r L 1 Ks., ,. iiot,u U.d. std t, We have a Ii
"M" wi be a rde. ee o -.~ Teo 0. W. terd Mr. WI. U. Aeanrees eatvs eWr eh no r W
Is, M t --ord .vit- to -, Aad.f- M.rr .t. .. -- *' 14 AN &. w op a'an l er John m o, lWts r
U .e",e anu t-e Nd eu".X Me.- .Mr..... M a Wt ae,3 'Gro ey -ut Tleh are thK
A". cmy. Th" L Mr. & PUe Mr. A. u, '" o;a Sal p wThey arLfM
i s.entirety, Is. t alMtiw: Mr.. a- D o, Mr. W. D. Dlonm,_ sa t ,S0 bm'1-. eWSA C&BmY0o0., I A. ha,&o-
es 1toa P -. P. A. blermn t rI N. eftbthaMn, Mr. A.A. A 1. A 0 1atdvatqlpe a boyv tabs e wieot &C o.CaL Tar aerl etw --e
The Radlaat Vera hbe KulookC, Mr. M. lrr Mr. ThC. 0. J. H.
a. W-l.r. Wber, Mr. J 0. Wier, Mr. U V. am it oatet we. t Heot w lea d r a e
W~Ni W Wof ^ Wii Mter. J. C. omt .* Wants

Ho epat aa gor;rt esita nr. now ahnk rtr 1e e th isf ise hIrtsteamer August si*
lus that ea sny, peasat, a a k-adty well done. -be fel thptt Qn bae tabsr whc the Ilatuterly piled between
t IN tut 1 Now@,t.T11lmiso only s, tMT enllat teed He now monarlummue emL hre and Dre-
2 sser Thes W ea doe* mot eat Ealne tos dwihutu ahd men 0 OmuIr*1 mmrie cuati pot
U lSh tM tWrtle n tiltM tbod Sad ifak n Sae til owa to Nat'sOneder sItda te d late to b etrw a4
Y. hUr>.> pinty oet pad ag, ir ed watrwaaeartt peslarly plebty hufsly^ the Vhib st be Ms to the ha reostt house
*~ a~ b~diothat 10. as eaNily &ett Tu aerh 64 r&-t &f t. *l1pintw te aa th- a- mrhas o et
w ale lae4 easfts.e se
ihowtena M th un f an idssM an swp' .sNoin e ft *. 3 ueamis euu .i

oat hal; bS, ea9MtSAo te4d u k roft vW" 61 *aIoefttwi btd in fed bwieen

W ay Ve t0 in m 0 6100l thBeAs awf rouh sing AI^m. fbetwee w *e.l Pe
IN .* w^^ emm6"y kam maafIu* 06r pow*f-umA&sw T1mebtm his oetgw
IB -. ,, agmia. 1w Umpei n the stankrchy pnot the wk ti fse *bs ilk A t


e for all the Pe
of the furniture we sell is thoroughly
0 fame ot arston & Qulna furniture
ithe land and wherever known, its sie
are appredated by people of d4ecrnil
, while It Rs a fact that we have a, r
PFurniture, the other feeat that- we I
= rurnltre TOO, must be borne
we say we meet all tastes, we eampha
we meet all purses too. The ae4es of
r, whether tr mansion or acottage, are
ire than In ay other furniture store
We make 4ht statement with the full
Is meanlM. Thias Ls. Indeed, a iturnitl
Le people.

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finest tbings in the
the steiomyll. W(
pair your Old en1.

has NMUi UIT-U MFG. CO.,
:cel- : Jan vimrle, Fla.

ave T NE

in of today is exemplified
ap- in the Qualiitl of the
o*. Headache Remedy

Quick, Certain, Agree-
able and Harmless.
a FSor so by
White's Pharmacy
Man"acbtured by
MebIe, Ala.
0-eCkbold Safes.
reno, Agent.

We have just received a
very fine stock and will de-
r rtnt liver orders promptly in any
WfOd Telephone 363.
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Brushing U

perhaps your Sprit Salt Vwa
not bought here, and It may
le1 getting out of sape. In
that case you need u, enad
you need us bad, because m.-
cannot afford "to look JhIby.
jW v can fit you up tromb'heal
to foot at very lttle oot
Give Us a trial If yoU have
not already done so.

White & Nix

Twur Money's Wrlt r T'r enmsy

Next to NOw ILst Ieid ig

Florida and Alabama

-u-fae-tine oC
and Dealers la

SwLsm See 54 aUndI IABes l otlsud e
12 E. Govoemomt St. P*O. B*ex14

White Barber Shbop
The white barber, formerly of
S. Palafox tL, are now located at No.
8 E. Government St., next to Westera
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SomethlIUwIIm In Gold Jewelry.
W. A. Gealdesbk,.21 3 PM u l

wI MPasUKe tIS.e ItO.
Keda& suppom Rai".. Fe A^be es..

Wateabmiw s-maNdtWs leislu. ae Or-dse
optiou. Ms PelNM SNit. PeMssee. Pl.
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Tcrscly Told,
J. r. Beal, of Defunlak, was
cmong the visitors to the city yeater-
R. C. Thateer left last nig for
Roberts to spend his vacation with rel-
('at Jav T. 'Vcekery. bead of the
v' olvmont Detective !Aenye. of At-
!snta. was in thk city yesterday.
Si.nta Rosa Star: Mr. W. W Oss-
well. representative of The Pensacola
.ornmal. was in town Wednesday
'ook kng out for the Interests of his
nqn Murnhv. Jr., ban left for Mo-
ht'. New Orleans ad4 other efties.
on an t"fld trio. HNo Intends, be-
'-P returning home, to visit San
'rnel sco.
'hl frponids of Ribert EWonts are
roneratu1tdng him uron having a'wai
,'#n thp hirbpMt avevrer In tha tir
ebhool. both In scholarship and gen-
Pral average.
Tno local clvil service comi"sion
SnonmhneoA that an examln1t'on hyr
the T. Ctiou of janitor In the local
Io.toffee hnlldIn. wtl4 be hold pt
'.postdem In thl citv on Julv 14.
Thonq doNsr'nc Information rerird-
"n- th ePxamilpat'n can obtain sam.
frnwn saeroetqrv R. B. Clegg, of the
I('Il Service Boar1.
The many frlindq of A. X WVters.
formerly general foreman of the L
A, N. .hoen here. wit' be pleased to
learn that he has been anolont4l
P'onPrsl mnslger of the Columbia
Tol Steel On., of which he is Part
nwner. located at Chticao Helbts.
11i. Mr. Waters left Pensacola about
Fix ears ago.
rlrf. L I. Allen will leave' dunai
the week for an extended trip wh'ch
willI include MoDavid. Century, 1io.
niuton. 'ollerA Baewto Bswrqsen
irglianna. Andalusia, Onp, lormla.
MIlsni and MWilton. Iis will be
:he st time. that Proa Allen bthe
FOR-n S1 of Wihes territory 1t0 ",o
than thirty 7WOO ad be antlicateq
wltnessing miay changes as wel, a
tenewhng mOy did acqu4itanoe.
Dougless D, fIedo whp for the
rest year ha lMen. associated withb
the Consolidamt 49VpIl Wtores. Co .,
leaves for IW -'Orileas today
wvrere he w;lt accept a responsible
poSItion with the L. S tnds Co.
Mr. PeaboW* maIy fed will re.
gret his de ure fm PeaIeola.
Chu. P:. toward, assistant circle
lt tlon m6a4ar f The Journal as rbu
turned flom, a trip Of several weekn
duration ja the lntteret of tie
Paper. Mr. Steward covers l top.
.ritory ses tby the 4 'set
ra lway t r. A xw m i AZma:

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UA5DRIg oceers of the staN, an als
calling attentiol to i itat patte
in nrefer a e. tof t . e. a
polatments are an :

dtena t mo on .' i-e
k. RHer rtegta itorgaMer*
l, with ranak of major.
with rank ot ie firM

r. a Wilson, brigadier surgeon, wth
rank of major.

rank of captain: A.B R a il-
ton, la.; A. C. Tl-* a S ,. ia
Partridge, Mot Ce*l, Fla.; T. Hal-
ward Tadolp"i, As,; T.

Te attention* qa te easeg is d -i
reacted to the action of the brigade At
the reunion at. DeRulak, Mareh 14,
190w, requesting that each camp pro-
vide Itself p i tha. ato
be used at the future aa reunions
and on other appropriate occasions.
It Is hoped and expected that th4 will
he np4. b-,r.-...'. ea
In o~aer to ase.rt a the present
membership of the eamps In the. bri.
"de and to ,oifect the rolls at brl-

each commander do epreand for,
ardn to the adjutant: A se r,it PMe.
wacold, a funlladolpa cacwen, oL -the
oMicers and members Poibek ginga to
hi camp by the art day of Auusat

knows that BDILd's Baow Unlment
has no superior for heumatilsm,
Staff Joints, Cuts, Sprains, Lmbago
and all pains. Buy it, try it and you
will always use it. Any body who has
uned Balard's 9ow IJniment Is liv-
lMIg proof of what t dos. All we ask
of you Is to get a trial bottle.
SPrice 6e, e e and = 1.0
bgkqj gbeJ W bgqj .,kk
Fine Mule t A tlon.
I will offer for sae at public auction
MAnday at 9:ts a.. to settle clai,
one mare mule.
W. F. WnAAL MB. Auctioneer.


Is now offering special advantages
to those who desire to take prepara-
tory work In the common school
branches. Students who wish to 4o
unfinished work in any of the trades
of the public schools are requested to
call and see manager of the col-
lege. Spelal es are agorded for
the summer owe I bookkeepingg a nd
shorthand In : day aud evening
sessions. St e rolling the frst
week In Jlyay tbe ble toaccept
position in ear, faAlL
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The following is the wo ow f mar-
riages, births and deatUs. as ofcilsly
reported at the ofet* the oout
Judge and city clerk:.
White-R0. 0. o a to Prances
Kuptrian; Willard X. Wrgeld to
Katie P. Stokes; & IHarris to E-
!a Hardy; Thoa. ,IL fr to -
enmth; Edward A. Mandrop to Bar-
Sara Ard; Morton walne to I-
V. Harrilao.
Colored-WIlliam oier to Chris-
e Bu..breys; Cai04s Boy to
Ethel Udwards; Lewis ishop to
Boma Mtbhell; Abe Nwberry to
Lou 1IMa Poster.
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Whbte-To Chtt-w ierra and wIft
Cotord-'Io wr~aia UBao01me and
wife, t girt; ee -a a anc
a boy; to U.,~, Wt r !ie, a
boy; toJohn I 1 w.e ,
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We are deter notetarry over a Ioflar's wort of Summer Sock and for that purpose we will mark down ecrydthNg in
regardless of stock Lots of things will be sold away below cott in order to close them out quickly. SI e _MuM9_-
JULY 2, aend wM oetha for ;" dey. Positively the Greatest Slaughter Sale of Summe Merchandise ever hel
OK Florida- It will pay you to come 150 miles to participate in this grand feast of bargains. Dn't Fpw*t the 0
MONDAY, JULY 2. Valuable Souenirs will be given away each day of the opening week from 9 to 10 a. m and from 3 t
the tepng list of bargains carefully.
rh I only pprt lIst of hundreds Of be rgi on @l durin this 9p W fr.. of.

Clean-Sweep Sale d White

Goods andColored

Wash Goods.
60 pieces of Pine lOc White India
Linen, sheer and fine, limit of 20.
yards to each customers ..00
Sc and lOc V te Creek Nain-
sooks, to go atI.. .. ...... 5
1 lot of lice and 15c White Pekin
and Rlbof Striped Iawns, to-
go in our clean sweep sale for 7%c
40 pieces finest 15e and 18c White
India Linens, to go in this sale
for.. .... .." ...... ... 10c

CleanSweep Sargain

ffor "ten
Men's No-Name Felt.Hats, regular
$3 quality, to go at.. .. .. .. '. o
Men's 50c Straw Hats. a broke.
assortment, now at.. .. .. ..,.28o
Mta's." loc' e Iiiandker-"
A -iefs. 76irTt .T,. .... ,7e
Men's 20c pure Linen Handker1
chief, to g6'Wat. .... ......c
Men's 40c wash Jap 611k Hand-
kerchles, to so at.. .. ..23o
12ic Seamless Socks fu black
or fancy; to go8 parls fTor ... .2o
60 Gilt dollar Buttons, untamish-
ale saank, togo S for.. .. ... S
650 and 75e Cuff Buttons end
Bcarf Pins, in the clean sweep
sale for.. .. .... ,.,. .......3
T.e and 75c Madras and ercale
Shirts, new patterns, to go at. .4ft

Clean-Sweep Corset

!I1O J. B. Corsets, Brand New .
and F ull Gartered..........f.
9$1.0 J. I. Corseta Brnd NBw -
and PFu. Gartered.... ......85.
These are Identically the same
styles and qualities as are sold at 42
S-aii 11*0 the world over.- The man-
ufacturer has made this concessn
as a compliment to the ladies of Peo-
saeola, and to still further introduce
and popularize their lines in this sec-
tion. After this lot is sold we #illnot
sell another pair under the regular
In addition to the aboe we have
a few styles of W. B. and Thomp-
.on's Glove Fitting Corsets that
we have decided to clout out at oef
$ 1.25 Palmer Hammocks to go now
at.. .. ....... .. .... ....
$1.T? Palmer Eamnacks, to go now
t26 Palmer Hammocks. to go now

Embroiberies 'an Laces.
1 lot of 8c aad 100 EIIIboldery
Beadifnt and Torcho teac-es
special per yard ... .. .. ....214o
50 ptecs oc and Sc bibroedry,.
for. . -
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Clean-Sweep Sale of

; 1C "A dam antin ; I to so 6
p rs reh.. ....
6.o6ddtety Pins, 1 dowel oi card
for.. .. .. .... . ... ..
Goo4 Iead Pencils, rubbe tip, now
now ....ply .... .. .. ,
Best 3Sc Faber Penlcils, to go at.. 2o
15 jD SAJ (Dru mersO' Sae.

Hair Pins, worth 6c pe o, as-
I *orfT, to go at.. .. so.. .. .. So

ing now at?. ..4 .f4 .. ....100
MW At lale mi Pa, goi* in this

O7 P, cet errors, decated -
back, to go at.. .. .. ..... .
3 cakes Best 5e Toilet Soap, for 100
5 c Ladies' WIlte Lawn Handker-
Oh.leftt4 o oa..,.. .... .. g
Sc and& Oc'Clear Pearl Buttons,
1 dOzen on card, for.. .. .. .... 6S
26c Imported Bristle Hair or
Clothes Brushes, now only..... 15
40c Leather Belts, new style,
black or gray.. .. .. .. .. .. 2
50c Gilt Belts, new styles, all
sizes, special.. .. ......25c
SOc Umbrellas, in the clean sweep
sale for.. .. .... .... .....39
$1. 9 Umbrellas, in the clean
sweep .sale for.. .. ...... ..865
SOc Hand Mirrors, in the clean
sweep sale for.. ... ....... 100

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300 ladles' and Misses' Ready-to-
Wear Hats, worth $1.25 to $2.50
each to go In this clean sweep
tale for........... ...... 29
50e and 69e Lace Braid Bats, in all
colors, to go in this sale for..100
Men's No-Name Felt Hats, in brown
or gray, while theY last.. .. .9c
10 yards finest 12%ce Bleached
Berkely Cambric to each custom-
er, for.. .. .. .... .. .. .**
One lot of Se and 1Oc Umbroldery
Slu,,d*-p and Torchon Laces on
sale for.... .. ...........2%
15c and* 18c Printed Lawns and
Batistes, choice styles. In MUl
ends, to go, per yard, for.. .... .o
Remnants of White and Colored
Wash Gods to go regardlestof cost.
$1.25 Palmer Hgmmoc,. In our
clean up ale for,.........a
w6c ,iAb.:ery Cloth Dresser
Scar in this sale for.. ....100
10 yards Standard 6Mc Calicoes
or Apron Oingham, 'to each
customer for.. .. .... .
Best 60e Lace Usle Hose black
or white. o. sale now foe.. .. .3
Ladies' $5 White Lawn Iaits,.9
sate now for. .... . .. .,16
Ladles' W White Lawn Wa.ts,
lace or embroidery trimmed, in
this -9e .... ..- .. ..
Best $1 1~ White Bed Spreads,
to go Iu this clean sweep sale..00o
*1.39 vto 14 White Bed SprePads
to *o-*an t -* * weep ale .
. .t .... ,. ...... .. ... y. ..: *- _

,ean-Sweep Sale 01

Towels, pMiA s aid

Table Damats.
S5 Bleached Crash Towels, per
Idosen $c, or each..........$,A
12%c Genuine susxla Crash Tow-
elng, to go In the clean sweep
sale for. .... .. .. .....7%.
Best 12%c All Linen Buck Towels
to go now for. ...... .. .. ..t%o
15c 18x36 Bleached Huck Towels
to go now for.......... ..10c
8c Twilled hit e Crush Toweling
per yard only.. .. .. .. .. 4%
56c Bjeached Table Damask, in the
clean sweep sale per yard....19%o
Best 50c Bleached Table Damask,
how only.. .... .. ......
Best 75c Bleached Table Damask,
now only.. ..- ........
Best $1 Bleached Table Damask
now only ,........... .. 73o
75?c and 90o Bleached German
S"apklns, i g now per doen. .4S0
Best $1 Bleshed Damask Nap'
K -i, to go per don for....865
Best $1.39 and 1.60 Bleached Dam-
Napkins, to go in this sale, per
dozen... .......... ...$1.19
$1.76 Satln Damask Napkins, choice
iPatterns, per dozen..... ..S$1.39
60c Bleached and Hemstitched
Lunch Cloths; 30x30, now only 39c
90c Bleached and Hemstitched
Lunch Cloths, 32xM2, now only U.e
$1.25 Bleached and Hemstitched
Lunch Cloths, 86x36, now only SS
-19c Drawn Work Dresser Scarfs,
to go at.. .. .. .. .. ....100

40c Genuine Jap Matting Rugs, to
close out for.. .. .. .. ....10
59c Wash Jap Silks, in dainty hair
stripes and check, new styles
now only............ ....33
Best 30c Bleached 10-4 Pepperell
Sheeting, to go at ..........25
Best 27%c Bleached 9-4 Pepperell
Sheeting, for .... .........23%c
35c Table Oil Cloth, 46 Inches, to
go at.. .. .. .. .... ... .17%o
Best 12%c New Style Dress Ging-
hams, to goat ...... ..%o
" yards Stout 36-inch Sheeting
Domestic, to go for.. .. .. ..S.Ioo
50 pieces White English Long
Cloth in 12 yard pieces, worth
$1.39 per piece, special.. .. ..USo
8c and 10c rolderles. to go
now for ... ......... 3%o
One lot of New Frttzie Ocheff
Belts, worth 75c, special bar-
gains at ................. 49c
40e Frltzle Scheff Belts, black
only, special for this sale.. .....25
Stamped Pillow Tops with back
to match, worth 39c and 50c each
for..... ..... .. .. .. ....6
39e Stamped Center .Pieces and
Dresser carts, dtaners' sam-
ples, to go at..............1S0
Oe lot of Ladles' ady-to-Wear
Hats, 50e value, to go In this ,
sale for.. .. .. ... ......10
Flaest agliah LoAg Cloth, th 1 .
yard plecm, worth 1.50 a peLce
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Men's Silk and Wash

Neckwear at Spacial

Cut Prices.
0e Ouspenders, to go sow at..:..12S
Best 15c Suspenders to go now at so|
Finest $1.26 White and Colokred I
8birts, newest style, otr tisO
elean sweep sle.. .. .. ...... .Sb
15e Whshsale Rubber Oollors, all
new shapes, to go in this sale
for.. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. ..10
14k Pour-ply, All inen Oolars, all
newest shapes, to o n this sale
for1.......... .. .. .. .. ..

Clean-Sweep Sale of

Waists, Suits and


75 White Lawn Wkists, trimmed
In lace, tucks or embroidery,
clean sweep price...........
Finest 11.60 White Lawn Waists
and several broken lines, worth
up to $2.25 each, all beautifully
made, clean sweep price.. .....95
$6.00 lawn or White Uinen Suits,
to go in this sale for less than
cost of material, only.. .....1..I
$15.00 All Silk Taffeta Suits, well
made, clean sweep price..... ..$90

Clean-Sweep Sale of Silks
40c White, Wash Jap ilks, now
only...... ...... .. .....Mo
I6-Inch Messallne Taffetta ilks,
soft, fine finish, worth $1 per
yard, In black and colors, only..-00
Best 6Sc Jap Silks in blask and
colors, to go at.. .. .. .....4e
75c Faille Brilliant 81lks, all
leading colors, special.. .. ....42e
40c Arnold Silks in new fancy
styles, at.. ............1
36-inch Black Swiss Taffeta Silk,
not over 10 yards to each cus-
tomer, per yard.. .. ..... M e
1 lot 50c Fancy Loulslne lks,
dark dress styles, to go at.. .. 299
1 lot of Fline. All Mlk Wsh Jap
Mi1ks in dainty hair checks and
stripes, mostly on white grounds,'
regular 6e. quality, to go at. .=%
Best $1.50 Black All Silk Taffeta,
6 Inches wide,' woven guaram-
teed selvedge, clean sweep
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'W ,has been some talk with ret
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-iss* a61, while suh a lO,. f
-Ah o-e a-nd cl--A dcanotheM
h the aecessary authority, would
dly prove of value to both
P"ahg boom amtbe bPan" It
el*e Is created t s should be give

gbm. "Maud* 80dar otae eo.
Sw esa le asm food. .
Push am tI .by a.ems mshe ea.
0 *In the l tofe So att emaO
p health, nether i it the o a y ar
te thatt Ios to ed to a thm publo

S"4 In .to a i* Oit sfree doss eo r
i.;, mumrem t th a r nmothUr I h avl

was~v used to p.e.e
P t ability of it spoiling on the
S4s rf the iama. 'Whetoo,tb.
1| Sftek* of Ae andte
qup 9 As been foumad to have more
or lees foundation mpa fact.
A It sto uncommon titafg to see. de
WW y vTgetablee offered or mle, mad
esMlenally a ear arriW Iv cn ah
edlttos that the ars aristag there.
| t pollate the atmosphere or
NM. Bola fruitt Is sometime
4Cred tor ele at a low price by
004 dealers and Ash have b een mold
.em tab that were absolutely uamt
Shoms cocsmanion.
I 1'ehe Is. plenty of twort or a cow*
6t "s aInspector, baut, abould the
be ummke, by all meas give
t authority to aspectt all
eaNd to coadems that which Is
lSa swh condition, either from
cNases or fron the se of a

preebtive e sa to He to*
tmerai Gaihatst may able o
sl the. Iras of WMINta Jnrnum
Sk bat It will be somewhat .
H~y ter the bige erker *siteeut to
ee Ap j Is 41. e.-

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vqrn. wwh eedthis. isteeSw

op lahwtote a nNe wmopaw

00'ermome eel *rbin pllslog

,pAwe .ob pbbmm"Ia

awill h mw as Bob"

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I"e fvum tessTo" the Ia Ube,
Cresa1 Heafth.belm **sv IMA
quatai tam frtheusam pndl fw
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emais pp the hr apindewsto whe .
thuae IL at tboWo t0o vnm.21

beesm h ese oudrec h
-nysitot ereteees

"0 Mulder .of tis UtU tedtby

reaoredw at ow iampydm a t*r ates
1eP..ty for hsun mereinm a~i o
the t uft ~d-nothae ot the I

rales up the ft t door to wpuiv.t

the e ate pof erlars and ltia
ow" 06M el city mas. bilsk
["bow 60it '.4oftOl ure4y o hm
pr~abeat o heemoft lw.,
k*ow ON beam.-oweethve abte", "aw,

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Thai vators!~ w.dt

441111& VM& M_ Some" w A&W0aMfim Mae hi:
So"t '404s~bl~ow4J~rtUe
I 6 urn q g1eb m.1e pi I.d q ~ m
Iaupm~~~i o NA&&A I e "alaedto, rei

MOmp so*106e =d mOpoka It tat.-a?* ftd

by rfts' at** OW*.e..z.e.~
I~ii. sompemt.eilhv

GO*"oe, a.u1r
MAP SINm4 emu ~ ~hw.Q h

Oft -is loop, opt" f htimR e a
com ft Mum SyMdas SOIos y tM~ItS
Iqr suck the tbas ot s t I fGtyugba. ~ ''~Pt5,
3r July. oul 1.4"(ede"a.IsaI hrl 1545-4 rAtemitof s sAW.eAtlos ofIt
Isj b5 capis ie.vtes to nz PzAW A to
ye entused. et kiS ofqImo. te
thatthe mly he "I",1 "aU-6tis am ia m in *0 Uwit- aa..i.wb .~ dcae
wenty of pt"uplaws, wto UmOl t uic cuk iit.gaemcat Bankleoveat-

ty hrd mw otheapeatlms w 174-1miI,44c iRinagreesl 1 awmuo ftaWamhlntgs
cSe~rie, cc. a~peveryly 0)U 11&__IAUGI f" 4 tslumom~u~m
Tsrenton'.netl Nsts.4 UN- -mu et obds&A- s~au. aeb

iGvems8"the opinither*an i so ( 1Genl" itsUfollow

oral~ ~ ~ ~~~~0 oefs hv6aveass Ps pr of*aee. eats; akefo $49,
R -~iI~iafwolbethe. Umarts me ?campaign againssd 4on0en.luof4t
Maevfdt 7 P$loa t i q ISR, ks o UMSxt

J3*.,*1P .ism a 11us autl-w
Do. It b C" P at-p Omlatii sNtlat

OK soe ta pries e aW, get a ,tsI 1U -.4'I0Ia tesurteerior ~
Ity, bard low t the to k tOf .ne A- 184'.My acstqcoutlt aatlo n-.Mar
adophitd NY weity place
Id for -heIL cvey f cm neo ittomiat bIn guel ft he B rit- Uie.Sttslg th
bhams deeiorthetIs Suciay GAmer-,
possible -candidate&. 48292;M.-1 n th
free~~Ot fio guft ,,a. Jdy5
tGumo "tih iii 1'@-psnutalen ofOftcuale
atA mPOWS" tof cgaD.J.'. bda :ti h~ h. n.a. oraf ent gia
:amboo es. lards; a alm for etee
Oral Y).OM hato 'Mo eI STAGere Asksw7i5eadlys'h ii ~Ut i LfOrd
a. 4Ls1m.Goieapms
Oifte diger040c 4w"ver oqdtiw "0^hC l nemand Cr000 Poi
Iamthins~l am, oslVng o ga ofa i~

the1fee -Sheoo 00001. reakmesnto 06
c~as.. De~' t~. cui estUhs~ds agins th 17S-4eIOnvenatcaporturedH.bY Gm
theA gietso-nthate ubin ~m Wti, M.Jr. 5a@1 Greatn Ptlalbto
an of Hemlas In and M.
T4106 M60ht h poetiW ci ettu&=pox.tto migiasu, of
UM5-t VaftdwtyabeteIn th21- aied.the4"Nunp, am 'wby-
*dfr 04jabee ofsis-lin f. SWgs-*. it Vt1~O YOL Sota tLk iypae
COU~fS~ tb* Miutee Saesefts wit h
buisan endeavorasa 'is abury.

*t.tun9-at& vqrtrM ,gUt. 6t S~fan 1a ill..",'t withSAMma nad.a
A 32001* 0 JC&A A *-ul"'r $-theIn vasion of George. E
sob wouft sdsa spr.. y ee. Aaeli 0-u-gmplae returns from Ptoesbo~ m-.

the~ *nPIUPsldofOSWJMUM O th Clwetiraen Ipgod oder.dadV
_04 eta Ae, O eW Iti 1ns .hav bse tsm t reepu cns istig,. of 404thbyebset'k
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M IaS"iW %y, Atlanta, Raleigh, Ce
hiUhiMa thpevpoet, Dallas or Jack
9w vIm.

M. P. OMIPMAN, Manager.
S s, Ua 4mm ad Shippers of

Fine Coffees

sis.l usi mftw*a
Imhffctiou neve

wbmwfe C....,i f

ui~sW TyMcloth, I "
bamtlSm book f- ~
ee I" d('%'

vo wha ~ W &a- .~

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T70 a're 42 inches longand 18 inches wide and made
of the best of mmlin.
10 Cents Eaeh.

I mhool and Ciw oblees.

Soboolsa nd.Clf

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Th~w4h coume in Literary,
Hadveg il music,
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in 000* a4-pm -: WormieRONre

SMINA a 7 2f IS.-'w N a. O SY to oqpn, i

by- VWS WSn5m 85-mat Ub h
to hnld 5tit su frasemt
-~ i~1SWUM h a

~ '.,* ~ "doe* 6thekb-
P~~~eee.~W or 3 *lmh u

0-^l !A it AIB. Comfon

flm ,re everywhere.

Sd: Ml t satch semin ts as
*Y1hi o oifs t arranged on tables
f pire Th easy inspection, and our e
. psintedqnA courteous attention.
i o o values two or three times grcat

a9 a. m.

iJon sets up all night scratching its head
ake an offer, of this kind. We won't
_y we are able to do it but just produce
4'the price. They will speak for us!
aa4 painted chine, artistically decorated
s brought out of blue back ground into
Sgrou v beautiful and worth up to
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12.0 Suits,

15.00 Suits,

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ChildlII o
Granmiinuthsr fMWtkthu

tut that & ehm
AAU4oT HotR WLL-41MY Oan*byhe &Sut
LITTLE OftL AS 11MO1~UM TOA s.he bid Won

Seal| to lThe Jornal.
Milton, June 3.-Ms Viola JUlia
Phnton is aala in the possesaeI -
her grandmaqther, Mr. A. Hstriqit
ia Milton. -
The story of the *M o IO told
by the little g1i! reads like a chapter
from a story book.. She say ths
lati. Monday afternoon at torula her
father came ftir her to go o'A drive,
as told by The Journal, and that he
promised to return her to her grand-
mother in twenty rinates. The drive
was made almost direst to her father's
ia'oon where Soda ~ter wuas rovd-
ed as a treat and w"lle this was beila
enoy.ed Terry Pato r l Wtaer of the
girl's father, dro*e' U with a. double
tam and Viola was 1t00d t oo. tee
on4 buggy and datve s ly wae'.

seemled tatvit~a
of the nrreIh4s
heuossmalm c ithibi-_kf

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1w 0"i dt Se.bardmomrwro sSibm whae do.
he roebyer pAwibdor hr In LO& *"olviii "n* arlabe S
m~dhi w ge AWm a who aft "mSt aIMgan
minutes, thatl # 13atU Ci it ore cnno ,&
sure hew aw erL-aow fo*d-to ao hl portualty. .; uny
W. vioteia6 k1e'111M__. -M that lWibiea glaumeeare-
t. V105d sm eonr fa4,Wee- 4w. erSt *aft, am. theoreIs 4et ewyia
Owra her otes es

tO 110T333 It Is a matter of interes'tw'twaot
yving to-.t vommenw ho.0ab"mad theMrW
S11U1d the bovie at the City Botel cm -iyirar o -W- AMW DM
bad PAt asloss saw the *... w- u
wo -bel'with her father and tMAIs eIqwayvey Itfaights Ci *wmbus ales-at Use.-
keher to poamble to help bheseem* ftmm %"LWftuft y 1w .1.p. ulers,
didnotThe Mather itsema dtohae-o. I&~as:
to -it that tol IWhis MWt to Aaif1uda b a N ; Amd ftrps w-
hrasim hptr Im. N
Mo tb* m MwjMtbbas i
hd dvd M iJauamry 29. lK'4. Is WV'Am (O"
th" =a-* ChWld.VIOIJul*,the. eh ti
lif 0 6,t hr Crleme:ketrballmw-'tuis*mttW bppker
a bet at- stateen ears ot,8 I % Wg.J Vs~ -6 ic 11e I T1ovaor
we1111t to fatherbinds hI)oeeff f t lei'uL
WL BerO with the itte 51W1 I nyft h IOod-iu atsue. c ew
*kd, wVt% Is said that when be I! unow"
r APA4 daughter to bet r -A- -AtMraA L%,,~si ~tr
43 ibers.lahe tried to secure fei frsRu
1i heftef. risena priame to mve(ww t h r gues
riawr In Abb InA wer h
he avvr~ t 14 little. girL vstig "am 1 thwoktw Cho te msr 'hk-
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ asd so Wul otliewih heUw 5k tugI rm

ftW1.webaim" voloabeto
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Eseep a Tar as a throat 'Md lung.
114 q wi is 1 -bbttof -t"ega
oi Tr miseaywusA
owni r Ithoe aUMIaM Thaee
Wqrthless ,tddohave sdmilw
wePndlpMa, "It 3wsaeo ofthem.
The ~ A aiU~~9=47 andUr
lB 3 #3.k56Ask for It
~~~4b '*9 sy qbputut'L it Isthe
V*eot remeY 6060cu5h "ad COWL
V.~ 7-- -~DAeit dimsw taud

6Haw a

tLvy -Ok S6 MWP.

L.w~v w.i**

120 diikthstana man

mnrn 7 a

-or inn OMMN.4

hriotm~deai 'moty

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amegeuso bUt I9s 9ebuyt ree mamfhe de ow fi., mdbs

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TOMAWW 0i tQI.~sIM~ar AMt U& OW -uJAW lube 6
L ILAMW'~lt. eldL- W. H. QA. MA&
aW V 10A RM Lko ppw*n

ITW XW 04i w mwsy. Kim. FA'IIIK Man.
The hA-2- anezmnoe% 0"saden 80ed for lerbat menice.Adirem
eltbpr owel rate&
Yor 4msi$Ivebkie~l ge Iml'NOIntog-Aalmaddress
""W 44TOOW No*AA"jww Laos TeMe@Y, N. C.f

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.~Is "ud to be
Isee 3 lts
I%" *r qoft
66C~ an w mok who has
~ ~ *j frheoccado0sim.n

Ibe 901 tud thrib *a" hafromthe

talm lThbo haveworka
htMOW yam welldor~ms mebest a"
"me No peifmbe. It sat sany git
lmto jl w0k 4 4. W cat ya a. A d
Aid.'rn5lriftt-am& mre of them
***,~at do taro" -thamft el
bweft Mk, PC at ofdoersmbow
Gaftft -ft 66 54 sauaeg 3tsaw3
th ad the he paperthey gem.
'Lsfte -an are boys in the ai m
wo Whe %wethe ta twpls.
I and-sbwl
*0*1*- ofJOumI-ie.t may sot bf
bw~ to t "aweu #AND that "Alb
lani pase 00 eplogw asks
rnrly-a4l hS ao"rIt. "a" oft by
do&R la5t Sltes manl"o ma krackso
4 Iuge*vier a 4mm maU boo
bue -e ft 2"a smackm dlmU
-of the ~A. eetto the pwer

*00 f tmpsshedbythellsofa
~~~f the mmstane at
aeau~ev7p Is A "the eoat
W maft- all t" a
a" a ftllyas the mot
pN8elukftwhether be
1aU ~ ~ ~~o a~~~Ile 45 On* "m
~I-mas-e3I" a Journal ..l-
furS ~ I "os4 bslnsltbr swla"
1m*111s W-a~.M Te &-ee I
OWet 4-~I ft fto ft ,00

ies'th' e~'i. hir- Wbefisy. A44
tbfse sOldt*`vboUNWbe In the
efty WVll wowitdoy utth thw
A 4wd lqtft bW ftprernWv-The
bar-dn-b~iPeuPt't sab c-anthis Go.
caic.-nmo" Tet, Jwournal Men arpe
othr a wesrewl
be MU~e W I tbaf i ooft fee or

Will have the part In lmsYu
boy mofts to. loa" -we u'amt hI* W
Ot, There are meIn ~th e pro 'Who
are Moud sfW n OSSn4 It yaur bff
p"t In %be w ver y- th be mm"tu
withjm him. wM,A"'heti ftthkat "
does "t over heat 501 over eat: 210
GMerioiis Ibuft- Jcoms but sone Wo
year-mat *W44essay.,. Journal boys

that *"a't 80iOmeLo. atpers o
facesatr we bhoue c 4.It'Oresm
Vausmli so -th psrt MOD medicine
vwy aft elsatAd OMWe anbabys
taop. It *Abep this mdicne on
baKdrou ftemwar ee anything oel
but ~ ~ ~ "M e~~sO i s:* baby
Was, bo0f EL. Would not

I We have the goods to do it with and
our prices ar* tempting to the pocket-
bob6 too. RWth appetite and purse need
tepting, th warm days, so you need
us i your business. We have some fresh
and very fine .echnut Butter in 10 and
S 20 jMsiBe, ut Beef in 15 and 25c jars.
Beechnat Bacon in 25c jars

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IV n both P.pSbut viesSWy Iw

Into a pr~~s o~
20* of
-ft loft4W,
VON b aid., ee004 I~,
good osft .
=am sto
siaa tmaa

Od Hickory Whisky
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Write, call or hello t
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Moirib to wOc
~WI~UD~ew b~tdBow~
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S te ttotu ofa those desiring corn.
Sto1 t~e following which we have
week. If you are Interested and
S .jm IWn ean sdee as. We have others

e iblae bMory, da room dwelling,
S f .--. -t .. .. .. .... .. *.. .. 3,150
IWmat ., six room dwelling,
l~i .,o eigmhdCt roWam dweing with
S .. .two .. ..O ... .two .. .. .... .,'
coom mod io us se ven room
qoomtel.six room dwelling.... 1,500
S9 MW& five room dweUlllg with
** **< ** *..* .. S. ** ** ** .. .... 1,500
u it, a sost Ave. rooe dwelling Ina good
* '*' m-N.y **, ** "" .. .... m.. .. ..... 1,250
Lita 8t. c- 58.1. seven room dwellinr.

S'- m i' en lot . . . .*

Pes. . .e P, 4r-A season. Dis mmn's .-o,
-Pla" or ne 188. rutyj '-lON E $ I37 PALAOX S1
ROPO*.I VA h pT04ace free to'
S, ,. a ik family to r oepy 'good ..
YBt : usead care for property dur ag
Iftnl Utw -. er, Aroc e a7 nU { & ,,-,R

~~' ~~~ ,mqr7, O ; fiasui br Dick yure;.ag w iw r utn itU UMU W R
77%vmiesms,1Y.a;d e _t master -un -.*rm ur coftta,~tL I UZUU
1aj n ~tsaruying na mpu. Gvw R a lfroad soi,
b~atsr~rot~ropsrly -~ -du.It "W1-
a"pI V
Ad.a .5.4 sti treat-mn a for- RG w i. pe r- 70f. W W1 Pho~ea 5. u I
rim"e. all the tUrn. a ne in go
iSPIO~~t A350ht10 oi4, d..14CorPdOkw%, Mod ebsace for the 1F4-MGWh WO3tryhose
W6e s.. base ~bum.. 't GIS&'AtlataW. uGW ty to'.1nerees.. In -*aule. You *would01,pv

hatiW. hMake,1kso uth Rsnpaidncethisnr~w inC Sort]fl
mom aactWm of v~~ur itD .P 0ugsthAPmed.rbf;.- ]M. teont t AgMuee n
=1 largprson*Mits As N Oter 3 .Cas tIIm
We, Nodh 11 D" -enc
$3 We lv________ -- anisteady Possutable;ow-fo
44KJt___ n Itn. am t&&e Very a"est edeoroG nce W4 In .,ori4 t oA ale
AMLY ~ *r u~ar -lie., evuyuher; 40fieva b(mbanift u athe ark H iue, orehe "Ply56ad 0
$30dlsti bwbtvt"wsm- ast *"umedr r1 IwD en yu 3O n heprpety oLth a:rrum tre be!65

Pefessle BUT Paxoo UL t* hu- to uy L aimte___m fa104 Rm"-.IT-L 78at o p rdao
I 1'*0'rwm ,,i* hadja, a ho" AsOS:5,or3G,:o shtaep

pay; s toisr s al e dstreakh

lis: IsOu o ~l. hal~n 4 tntftwoE ferw iR
no- now"O5 UPntedmAdrWfwess1u~
groat a.-G -1 e. a 1Ju. Wls. W pi2 D n 5 y

4~g w e ra e ~y. .5. ..... l as md &G I Oh'd ev resn Huldn Phg iL w-..
kvei Ltsem11h ad1)k veue~elpeas 13g si adbbcag toaui renbaomPnn TAr OTEP
in WO PN.0.Ciya....*.. 91. ..OnUV e "d Vaam -S.~w~w rr~-r.~'m..
W ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ m FM- SBbeOR3T-Tfwobt ebSc.Flt-c.IrbS5 ie.r ...'iSwu, 1
line-.... ... . ...5150 Xu15100, ~. Qstoes mvingandhaui'M
I~g~~ u 1~st r wre .4V4* ya*... e owg~atei .S Te.- Ta s k~aluptotoet
Ib.3,~. I'. 16L fb the mauf actrdenof and gi
.mlm atS tr~ __ tea ~ wu~c~SkiiE 5,* cra dh OMSSDNowrnto S. eMm
~ uutyIn.St amTEDL l .0OW". Oft.96,00149" -a" ar ange
neting10percet. n n. ne tht e ~ ~ ~IT-~IIWstnoga ~ aimee tru.

WK. 0. HH,.. fft ason a yPstmE

~~ ~'tha SUM&Appl cityU 0&* aofem da eily aut 10 .m OtOSU iNAAo

"OT WVBRKNIINSesaTe. "R -ome 1165.-ter
1W uI A slst. jlwUS W, J. 0kw& Ito
taePNoki %a oda UaU 44 stsyt. o r L fpi stg*a6mbw'hml ayqa-y ttr A,1-WI
sme at it is in mis Arates. si. Kwwwwo w out at aretput up bundlese5. Address 160"

tudo-vishei to.~ fD niW fflurnsw St AveANor phone 98L

Jj#1~Ay kkW4IAdra B, MA), ATS ci pEOVATIND- Nprupo rspectfully Con, C. DJs cyhoeIL w ______
IPW" NaGo 0. F-0 eafto y betwe.en-Vl0
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ev". TO at : U o~ePe -SM f ft tunishd i dagred Gura& onRml 1stft Aent 22
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it 0" vul*#e*wsT Wt. wqr&P-n K.unm mWa 'up ndmlu-~& t.iii ed.
block,__ __ ___ __ __ ___ __ ___ __ __

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. I y Wamt It answered quickly
sk It owr business to find the
a1l, Olt u make you an abstract
t purhaser, but have the
9p14 title out of a bad one, but it
me by showing him existing defects

tract Company,
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New eight room house with hall, 10 '
AvO. ad lthS t. This place has to be
seem to be appreciated.... ..$17W
Lets 3, 4 and 5, block 140, NW'
135 sad 1i6 Petterson A,-
dt1eu, w#ter front, new six room
heuseoea n aue...... ........$1,600
:t 7 to 14. Inclusive, block 11.
Mo Otty.. .. .. .. .. .. ....1,600


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,,Olt SAL&-4hYkg' Nld M37.rum4
d4'nce, comer of 12th aVon S
13th street, 1 06W obfor aMGM
household % .os and oft oowt,
ay 'be 1"D 0n the pr.oulm
'fuesda~s and ThursindB7
hours oft10OAS128' L W

yoR SALE-4A" 914 5
being S4ou.4 bib" 49U
city of FVi5NGLa MO et oI VAS
stT~et,137% fe et OR 17th aQeMu
frontin'g Ia"=& SquareNow *~
rstoTY, twelve ban"useWith We.e
ment sand .*lc. HOW0e jWAt maisd;
ha~reeiil~h~d Ce~uft wubpi"6Mgag
plastered walls; C6D. uo"
bath rooUSm*and all imodema eaVeuI-
ences. The hcem h ...ou0theR A"al
eastern M.zfre mS" Is M6 e31 *$he1
Most deitroble lao" IR the dt
htIng only one, block ftMthe Stret
car line-W ld Voujocklig the a;y"ad
FM~you TOWt. OU04MhlIf L .AplY_
to J. A. GaYp WhM 28 ILGaft 83L


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FOR SA-I m maklg a tlimitedof. ,b.WR; -, kda .
fer on 12 lotU i rtheast Necw City Apply. PO. t, (cty. .
within the town 'A mts and Mar the . ._ 1.
Lake VIeW Have p .Mpere with ... gAB Ma BA2 ApI-
, tit a" sad axeeloat elevatiot # n bmf O ft !

OA go 00 09 90 -0 00 090-6.
0go* *600.c cc. c 4 6.4
so'00 00' 00 00*e go#in
~cc .e.0s o go ea e0* e.410, 40
llw *fo its- *a ?It Ce 0 0 c4 *
go00060 -*a, Cc.0 0 a ,0 *4 0
a's so a, .h so so ... oo *9d .to4 48
cce~.00g, s eg so C004 14 to 4 to
a 0 .::f g4! 4, :: of*-goe hc.4 10
Do 0 o as 0 go 0 **08 8 5
0e0 c c*0 0 0 0gogo,-.8soto 3 a
pltts rpetla Ul cnts.

people exlusively. 1Dbort A. Cl ubbR .lA-' .-i i1 r-- -a
ox -Jeweler, Pea oola. - m ........*..*.....***... **..........
FOR SAKA--Mhoroughwred oseI b s ..
Sleepy ba. Apply Pensacola Sta- W&OR8Al-Eegistsred Be hie Story and a half dwelling aetstk- -. *
bles. 2. .e 1 0 r1t.-k .. six rooms- with lot t.. . ......... ............. ....
-a ,. -e eby 884 ft., runzMag thro gh ......,... ..... .....0.a
S. r t to street being a t...... ..
10 acres M Wa 6a o,.M TaI ~-Aeery wito* e a western suburbs.. .. .. -I ,l.i*-* I ... ... ......
tbe city. W l be old reaon e. old. W de A A ry desirable bildW ...G. .a"*- -....a- lo.
Warrantee deed* Apply to SlHOe draes O. Box 47 city. tunew 7th avenue, near. Jacksostt ... *** **.. .
Cummlng. 24jlw* edid neighborhood, liot, -5 ......... .T *. . *.. ... s M
R gU 6 -- Iltl uad fet hfont by 144 ft .,.. m
western P "t o lot ave-ue. f ont-n- w both f
trp He- hou, 7th and 14th by 1M4 ft. depw, cotaal tm
er, Cntury, 23na e.. ,....- dwellUtop-4 8 dAT 5b P 35 S 2S S2
FOR A-* aoodll-round fa Tract, consisting of a lots, bealtS-noals ............S MS
ly hoe sad harness. One top bug l t o r .. ..........* M M
gy nearly e. Ose oqd wagon. A. A. E: ., rys.T Nwyaksp oto
E. Tlnrosr Jte111- .Po. Ht to&Pt MA _Ii i-..I, u

FOR &A-e o k opAuwt o pA(s 001 u ltow a Wn, "
youn.E -,*,. ,,,s eu ,h at elt . .R*r-5* a% a o_. .. .. S 15 ,
12S Z. GOreory. C. B. MMUa. wlhar. -l 8 -- .-....*-w -- a"
ju n e _- - -* f- h : .. m. -
TMA DINKR A itA'crIlO -1t ARJUIN AW epW, II,. e. ......
you wat a delcious cup of tea. try GWE for 0ale. WadsM 0-omU Adlalatrntorsa Notice of 1'w gee Sbio.": ee::::( NK tI 5
"Our Own Blet It s superior to any afiuO ae t -06tleAmt, in estate f John r w m
dollar tea on the market, Only ..aad Ot bet.. eag~,. theg for ter, New Y w ,k/af, Marst
per pound. A valOable ticket' in every the money. 9bd tAr d do hereby sren that k T1, os Owaes
package. New Orleans Groery -. Banks P 1 d he 7th d A t gg ta..........
-, Ja.-..r'cF''. Prop" day a,,m ^n<| ;t^;"1M ..u... t:.,.4.k&,9. -w
S05 asf U e* ** **eo***'eee***- 0

.. .4as samea
-m -AUOMOBKI4 -Jormethe l RonoraleSb
FOR eAL*-hert 4s*S 5 Ma. W a lAts *******.**- *4W T
over Moelved a ots p- MOaE o5he *derso Onr t tht ****** 1100&e.****. c V.

ajd. r e ,,n ,,t n Is oaadm- ."--- .-- 5- --t. ,we ...... .......o....
Ila & Turson, Webt Iatea, 01 he t i f b* 8 la P l $4& **,--". ttg l

p P"Rem, a re Joumnal. junme1.n M t...a m se.*. o.....*.. *..* .. ..
"i ^ O u a M- c i w . .. ji. e W, u vy.. | f .

" " " . : a r .m l. A e.mem ..J 4 b* N ..... ... .. ,.
FOR Aat.-We have a .lot of o r, a e P aea y. Moves. A Aar c1"aIN ........gc.... 4
suitable tor .lower pots and other Be S2 d .O eaay the 6th .oa. .. -
purpoe;Y sAa a o alot of w ikey, ayrup ., l : Ae.D. to .......a.s.A..,.m.. .. s
oeams St. C ur i m oosAs stI Aricess Ioehts whl
and other barrels, whict a npble l howa gd :a fopckig irpeeryd a4 Bppea to ah aFlea against bw I51. .
mea -. Roe buy al o kn d s-barrs e .%is Mo to, be p bll 0 .....: .. ... ,.. :o..... 4 m
ad re-coopor and clen them. Opn e 1wprik fo so ( laI
ply always on ha"dt e yA l b tdl .at .Pr- ** 11 bl il we stl a t P.eaes a .c s....e ee.oq e rel, elr. 11 1
barrels, ot heae lay for ale, raAag. tr *s 'Mst- a nWpsaper puhll-d i tam1 a w sK
up. Phone 235 reasdeaoe phone 1. bla OJu tyt. A A 'La, 3lfese ,o 3e
Pensaoola OoopeTage Co.. Oo. A. L,. ,o l rt t ] GM L .... ce .. cs .. ..
-Vucovch. Pres .,No.A a 9. Be .------ood fahf a P- d a- l r L ooa "" m-- 0vi a..,, C-ma, M-* uB
mayi n &A4 ,...B..rd at reason al, --. . --
FOR SIAL-A lot foOldnwspers. rates.V eIy toI&le as
Put up laIn bmle eoimenhet or Vbeo*wrd or I Dss, Dosta, It. MAeT.6 & a Co.%.y e '0 m fw dy fat
Apply th for ot.- bOT L "Dna b-Wher will ,mUe a ,' M sglyt t---a --tha *se m-an
CITY MAPS FOR SALE =Dpotv J- .Ww fupa.tmaeat; wl, fu, (Mada) sad theo f i.-A 7001et~ --d od iat 1m.;
Waton have Just received a lage nshed; aad ajple" roos er? pres On aott while
supply of the latest cityr maps, ahowi ng me a s ~ T'. Wh.d nt T a -- -er sf_. t1St we poA int. The Dag-
all of the asudavilds. The maps arel ma"en5d pirEttaa.Etee It UM t ti yo) "l Mdet w es 4to X 4ttonA
official and down to date and fre rr day. L P o thewAbnest Pmner COtp. OwNOW.A& m *Ws*r teeig rem acte r
fw r l .. Word? C6e16Sraena n li I-ANe arse tb eag due
mounted on heaTy lUNen. er m 101. 1 0 k "S- C-ado., M ,o. or f mr o the 0aae0 d
price. S2MO; ape"eal priee Om lot -- at. le ad .... ea aole .
five or more to- a.aktere al estate lpARK. / t 0.W3 yaiSSt at l lam" uses n-t tith a re lo.
men. Hooton & Watson. s imay o ,e" t.... a. id... th colndtin o th mp tr ot pwe
'ay .a d IWAwl1 "The I o, next n A.,ingAIg, .early P Y r% l iA *bettor. Wb anro i to
FOR SALE OR UT-Twq hterf; pq a coa. .the do. -v t .m l* a-wehave
0e. e w ithc pa- "ty. a ft.ornth. O uo tm Luvin isCheap.' Writeo A fte 'vm ,
lu mber, the other thirty ths &ad sa $f. t y. ..- on pamphlet- t of D0a4 *I a -f. T a, f aorabl
kpac ty. Rates reason le AlM two ;go'w._. j.ou rna ."./ . .. bedlsbl
skiff boats f,.i 0 ,, t 22 ee3a.. n- -o T ^ r
ft. beamszof. I" -s.umee r LAWe0Or... the
eh tmn &Co.ilton P *.L31 7 0001. 2t 61iag4 .s j ^ To Devr, July N to 14th, Wac heved. (rp mmmats ca hOadly be
10n M. a rat i,. leeR .;Meeting. B P. 0. U. .... o wed e aS. already
FOR SALo-Nloe. od 10- tri ear I kit fro it. To Se1ia FraacS.o Jua 2epth atat _ramulm to do .amy with ap
pe at O. e eat& a bo.le. This 4.4 01-- ..July 6th. d V ".,t les for the
flee. at eIre cents a lbW OldAHI TO Colorado sad Salt take CitryaMifl yt he of Jr0ly.
--ee. ,--"s d" *um to-&an Tv
i po eAnem- r ,,L Ie a, : ., aat there s_ as orgacored

ley, making e mt With ma.llMo ,W ,N 7 ', to*, -r T n t. ad .t. ie rang f w dIts of the
laun ch or ot of ora .m ba. A n =..... a. 1 ani thu :tfee slf
Extra teams -for tav fg am nGood f s ; t e a i ..A....

qft quarter blot k; and $750 100 a da. 3hOe t# Aa pual

ntz. ^^^f~l^^

today. Onedollarwilldoit. YgV04
ad we add four per cent intotrt
-annual. You will be irpried
your acWosnt will grow.

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a.m. 10 p.m.
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7:00 p.J.

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8:05 P.m.

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AI STOCx, MU SIUMSMM. mMe at 5:10 p. L wIstep '
as. Da an- P MMO o.1 ,to
DIRECTO a o&f Dpasom from beyond 3
mHey Cy L. Ce ns Frk Re y, P. .r.mer, h. Other stao t dia w.ill m
J. .. psmRO. W. besW. e 6. W. Lsmr. all sOps. oCh electric car make 6

A.. W s s **. . e abo schedules and regb*
W. L i uI W. J.t HMMMb ce e tmo., t s oet i ae age without idIea. .-',
NAsas Mek C. .Wingtesm. .m.mCdrk.
1 8ts.a s t r i sh i W.- th oppee-by te07: 15a.
rMarl l ti. tnf wI be rived only for p

.. ..r W, - ,a- tr tr a l Mring Pw
aol. not later than 1:6 p. m., carry
freight, Ifrmay-point. but -regh t iU

__._._._ _.___ __._ ._ bppraes to bartmeet
,, hv ',,, --not be mwio d lau r than 2o nmt e
Sbeore msred Woparture of trm.
WcW QFFER PO SA 1 014DBSUBJ TES5PSA, aho~ee as ttentn t sdaty trin W
M 1InfS & Ucarry liht, eiamb f"lot nad r
Tah0 cpawnstame kby pectal ppr.
. .. .Amnk-. n aEectric car will nAot ca
W efr it or- --- 0-( a y ,crip
SSppers arbartes
,- .ultta tem d, that l-cove*m

SAny ft rthor Information regarding

S"augerc an f ..hts schedule am be .
eraO oftes Comfpany.
Dimsmtaa, n U 0.06st1 each. Daen January igtU J1awa ry 1 mt r 1
1W ML let, 19. t12 6. Interest Paya dleanAeaurnsy. to5 t
-..= courtesy On the part of employee as =
AMOUNTS TO SUIT PU tME-. to make k*peS criticism of ser~riem
The Peoples Bank of Pensacola,
Pensacolt. Fi I

=Tb Benefits of Modem Plumbing. ^B MT4IMA |
)w of the mm St Sly appovedm a t-,
awdem plumbing is that ofinstaing one-piece PRSMOOLA. MOOL APAL.
g IB i6p-04d wkh hot sad cold rauingwsc,4iln cAiep COLAM c ARRASLEA.OST.A ft.

At he tMt ciea may OFFOff to be hooa to SOMlage" re

amB ;=and ftm a@&

k I~sO amo mr e

suM the "-.
pr op som do he~ bpeslo-

C4 I.wrbe or pbami fr a eqW of bou=W*Md~ wsds
h~~~ri ih40 lime wC~~3 Om-sm svds

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Its* be katleeted. heb
aumlreOVAt intI4Z
~fS~s d~ them~ ha

ak A' la GU o I dn ~ M&nj
of th klimd -is Jot th ~p.- e 'bmlimsg who. at *
he as in. lavIe a ~ A"". ~ cnthe PO" aw
it"%A d6MM~l = !**t'&mimbo ec ~s'so bo tmsw -0
of he kmo atthosav. pik whlapsa 0Wte leowed h"o~ to T-he
AUG" Wbei IS $W Pinyt y I
Ia*,Ima $i* ow Wnoft hew"Wo 1
wAllknees sd hmas meg 1 -kth64I' at-mo( u4ueek wMA OLe
the uOW. -me was here *"asathe bo .hi
kkoAs !V=m s, ~~gsd1ww.~e pnwai4
tismaL AM t aebeno-at 8
ve" 00t" --;d'9",.bsid aeIOWIV
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we em ~s ~

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WW STO e -14_1_7Onvtf
$ AN4N UAL bIW D, rms th- a"S a"oa W as&) we"e-ten -d f
*c ooply. and county w. n
-4t e o st1i y i o .*A sttub ake 0 osui f t e i~ y Isf t paft W

themhe1 2%t& he fton, hedl kee=Wue

~nnwdiviends in th6 Unlon enSmILL

and Nw. S~ Ois siea trip to P6n-
4hiTue. to evend -the dayielmLe~
LLW U Kwith Mrs. -110L Dibsme. I -L
Mi.. U LILTnde. a 5t h
themWe* ft, (twelve_102m

E L.aaaaea&Weokim the2; OLIIrOlt Iowa,
ccofThe Junl a w
for hu1paverNatme"ggi W
-Shaft on all my stock of Caothift 1611. ad 1=5,, 9w1.A. flow~li. keeps locw- m Itou4; 91Yl1A I
wltih-$no,S 6ft jInl. see10twice vW nw,-4-f -
bert.011nNettle StMa ed.
F~ CSfor W fifvanow OrlefemsWith Sunday. TbeY V orls b
A*Wthyhave been going prtn~ et lumabe, ~ asVhbqsWe rockthe qasaWy l#tte messo Iesnm ,0 ;Die r
thr'safew more UeK at that kobbuson. sued~~
ctWoadIn this warm Don't fre lego lly uy1~T account ofra.
algtweight 2 piece suit Is 98L IN40"6Fouth, -at ~lria& T9wZ. All- heads Ietue~2
A' o need to keep cooL F'A1 Meg. soon and bring fail bobsts. I'Will hvg~t6;, New Ovleun 4L
1. 410 'Wm sr Shi fts, 001- Ceres, tua aS-16 m N ow be -the n vu th m y bask et-4ut feari t -
and detached from 50c York to GulfTral"ICo wiA eWma-
to4&63.25,values never before heard Dnbzmo.Dr s% Barton, 2 Ni. M. wtabs of Mae upn4~M~o~2
Lp _. L4 aqk~ille2.
ofteMnss~~ Mobile to flirW rdy-tBros .%o-vif vf e
t010 If-*1rtkt ingsta 3
tvkl o the Mn's ad $oyWDwols 180K 264L, mother ,Mre HOWp
htlhrwill convince You. Genoa, to bu .Kulat seems tfabW ea h'ooW at' Augunsta9; Col=Ka 4, second
IL.0. Safi*, resent.Same.
U S. CIILEMAN .164,L OS sa bot templ.TheTHE DOUBLE CHIN.
-storehas been remtodeed -and, aflue
?ee~m.A=Lsk Wa _sVNS21,j qw oace added. He is remodelung his 75We- itto -am ouesUof
~, Orlesans,, to GtN Tunra Omit wn. dwelling homsesand a-dVng -ater w1 p
RU IL PeROOK OLGina ieo 16- Or Ms, khards iiK 16Lwonb... Ivesh Wblteva*Is I evevy. ThereIscavlanoewh tlm
Phone. 797. Now. lrk, to O W T ant ()a. Where Veut T2We 10111 I -u &2 the contour-ofat Owlower part of tow
I-_____________________ luttaSW r. s,6vVIte, 2533,3 every day' now ma" -ligters lafte tce -ater So &Vof thirty. EMitsher
Vincent to DnTUf rainhs 00. laige~nwfth thefn~ e humiftdaw becomes thin -orfth
LI IEizhNgfotan. Br us, Ry, 3271, lUyer-product of the mill. dedddiW *aivs Mbt
pooLt toA. A. ]kB row saigat'the i 90lk00- "" W-could be- jweoveteii It a few precee.

WS d ft rrect treatmst ,for wIa
Marine cc te r ee itbo thest sothft to
Shpru i00ng4L5. a*, M &Pasto d plthaebthhands, 'with theft
0%0" 79ILL onm *5. -' 1 re~f ng the temples. Tgo
5", x l! weisabB4, La am f &vokWW ret -st
Thinks o all Depl**i: k___ ___We 0Uty Ia fuli line 1Ipreda Ifa lfiat aft heWband. Inthspd
*Ri m_ l; f M m tos -A- " -.:.II-,
J~IM ~ W* waut y". patronsae. bearing.Isnmlml tho lifting Vpr a P P Lof
fthe 0A flicmtheoface. Tbe samunea
Kind M m30000 It W VQ& 12M Goe. W n .a p k o h o b e d a a dL W 0

WASsto-Hg. S maflfc.A E xr

Sc~uslm~tN m030_WPieatha11et awr te Gdublole boosa
UO5We- b% 140. Asas% a Inrougt about by sluggish dicuintlnmN6
E D ~~and this resuts some"les, IS n W ~U
goleimt a"d sometimes In a iprNgh
tGraAmu*son eso tissue. Them.

M~e K f41%"k oftsm Paiersbe "WW inbth moma CW P.urALAhe io
buFldhupmwased fies ees andfW
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course b ~ a godsin.fodMaWeb N JL
d~nani "a CouMstand
40"" W.4. R I- 4".-1, IftsEWv selof be*,2s
.10, 80 for WA!;Iksoe crtat Dcran t"dhfe u
w..ft~it ~tther ~O BeersA'.W00lm sbe aluedereCestat 1
pop NbwZ *ui 131
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tomths 40 ,-m Oftand
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trek. tIst tom Wit
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wtofida *sh W WMt
bk m the sib. Ie vu
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A $afrt t7. ad".ti M

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40 ONly we willids thisbuk
saft-lloHWs: hI& nomsihe hr
40-00 am *0SMaehsize for
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fowr MUnday OR* 41 cash and
bebne $1 perwecw Two per
afnt *aow hrink

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Claims Setld in 24 Hours
Ift iS lanmrmce imoey memas to
"Siper eCOtN&of a# death laems darinK
Mhers aft.r ~ at of dat was received,
than $1,00 was Vpild oat in death
each we0e1i dayof theyear of190. Is
I^-m *.In addItikm to absolute protection
S e oet a s -ood iaTnfLtbt.r than say-

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It is to lanugh. uch spelling. My!
0, My! But-It is the last week of
school and that will have to excuse
:iany things. But-think of a score
of puzzlers spelling "No. 3"-Grapho-
phone. Of course It was carleasses
Itr-it lost them all a chance- at
either The Joural dollar or I3uggist
D'Aembertes box of Hnyler's candy.
A large number. of correct answers
to the "Birds" pusies were received
this week, and a lot of answers to
loth the "Birds" and sectsct" pus-
zles are left out because there is "l.
Due" on them.
So many missed oly one that there
is not room to publish the names, but
a majority of them givi "No. 6.
All the little letters received are
iead and appreciated, but, as all are
good and all can not be published, the
writers will pleMe accept the pussie
eultor's than for all of them.
Mis ski2el Waton's, (014 at La
Rua) was the fArt coupon drawn from
the correct answers, and she is in-
vited to call at The Journal oete for
the dollar.
John PrSWl's (ON West Oreagry),
was the aeoad draw& aad h Is en-
titled to the aound at Ryler's candy
whenever h eols fr It at Mr. yhY1-
emMe dwtor
ONeeto AmOuse.

7.--Yellow ,/a k--.*
pTe SMML -wers to l^ wes'i

7.-Yellow Jeaket
Co9~t Amawor R etv
Correct. answers to the "Insects"
puzzle pictures were received from:
Nellie Yates, city; Dizabeth 8.
Pryor, Mobile, Ala.; WiUma Dailey,
tcty; Marvin Johnston, city; Jas. Me-
Pugh, city; IAndley Pitts, city; Mal.
lory H. IAwrence, city; Zrnest Ander-
son, Caryville, Ila.; Lorry Thompson,
Bagdad, Pla.; Assie Carlin, city; ULs-
ter Horrell, Chipley, Fla.; Alina Hor.


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ton, city; Ma~g e Ale, Chipley, Fla.;
L. Franklin Patrick, Bla.; 0.
A. Gonseles, Jr., eity; WUam Dud-
ley Goazales, city; Victoria Mon-
tomari DeFiulak, Fla; Relena Molon-
oKn', Argyle, *FIa.; 'ted Langtam Chip.
ley, PFIl.; LUailan Klpattlk, Marl-

anna, Fla.; Mac Hodgkina, Milton,
Florida.; orence King,. Marianna
Pa.; Wattle Mcaniel, Milton, Ftla.;
Maggie LoA Parker, Bluff Springs.
FM; Hasel Jacoby, Brent,- la.; Clif-
ford Clark, Big Bayou; Clarence
Strong. Big Bayou; Wm. Lewis, city;
Llah Louise CaAero, city; Conauelo

Omlero, city; Irma Gladys Wheat,
Pinewood; Alice P. Pr'tchard, city;
H. 8. Wright, Old Mill Inn; Julia M.
Pfelffer, city; Magnus Grosewbhann,
Fort Barrancas; Leo Kledinger, city;
WIN e Maude McArthur, city; Barbara
Boardman, city; John Norr!e, city;
Lauchln McKinnon, Marianna; Yvette

Caro, city; J. .Moreno Coe, city; Jack
Shuttleworth, city; Mae Pohiman,
cfty; Juliette Sweeney, city; Hugh de
Y. Stillman. city; Clyde Wooldridge,
city; Em Turner Merritt, city; John
A. Merritt, J~, city; William C. Coe,
city; BraxtoAB. Blotiat, Jr., Carra-
belle; Nelle Glackmeyer, city; Jan-

nette Stephenson, city; Irene Cecile
Pinney, city; Clifford Pinney, city;
Mary Peake, LJtGe Bayou; Emma
Peake, Ittle Bayou; Modeste Peake,
Little Bayou; Milton Wood Lapping-
ton, city; Julia Anderson, city; Doro-
thy Sears, city; Paula He skovits.
city; Guy Miller, Bonitay; Francis A.

Riera, Jr., city; Marin Marcy Kent
city; Kathleen Morrison, city; Annie
Mooney, city; Nellie McConnell. Es-
cambia; Mary Moise Moneywa3 *lI-
ton; Bessie Woodruff, Caryville; 1la
Trice, Bagdtzd; Florence Harcus,


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For more than twenty years the ing parties, etc., aid4el ad viviled by era dawning, the galf there is fourteen feet of water
people of the South, and of the the "pop-pop-pop" of the seres of Pensacola Will Lead. at mean tide, and the bar is very nar-
ounaty generally have expected 6geat swift gliding lauickie and the flap The Panama Canal is now as cer- row. This depth is natural, there
things of St. Andrews Bay, and from of hundreds of Imuioculate sails. tain as any unfinished human enter never having been any dredging of
Alaska to the Gulf, and from Maine Game FpgtHful. prise can be, and the recent decision any'.kind. Inside the bay there is am-
to California, there is little use for Ina the surrounding forest th deer, to build a lock type canal mans its ple Jand-loked anchorage for the.
explanation or amplification when you the turkey, aM even the great blackI early completion. That ports.oo the floating omAuserce of the world,, and
mention "The Beautiful St. Anorews- bear, are still to be food, and, al Atlantic will be benefitted there cat it has been estimated by government
By The Sea."' told, this sa veritable Mecca tor the be no doubt, but the great flopd of thb -experts that an expenditure of less
To those whose rare pleasure it has worshipper at the stine 61 sport, and country's exports to, the rapidly awak than one hundtbd tbctouw d dollars
been to see the Bay and its navirona, the lovers of the peat broad, free, ehing and advancing Baet will natural. will secure thirty feet of water on
the mee name conjures up memories and abounding anW k of God for ly pour through the gulf ports, and the bar.
f0 one of the most beautiful bodies of that handiworlk'a 6s ake. I there is now a sacurring for ports and The New Railroad.
water on this continent; its coves It Is about sixty's ils athward. townsites. Our beautiful and pro The Birmingham, Columbus & SL
placid and, minor-like as a tarn, and frrm this point to the P, & ., rall- gressive deep-water city of Pensacola Andrews Railroad, the southern por-
its silvery waters gently rippling and road, and the atrevsatt A tseti~allF will doubtless be Mhe queen of tem tion which nw rapidly puagind
undulating under the playfdl tlsn of an unbroken rest a t; r pie all -for a long tlme--phaps for all -rom Clipley to this place, passes
the gulf breeze which makes the sum- timber as the South ever praiod- tUie-b- t she toi not "the only pebble directly treoagh the sixty miles of
mner one long dream of pleasure, and ed. The majority .the : 1i a on on the beach sand desires no seugb forest lying between here and the P.
sternly commands the trgor of win- which this ber I excellent didtietIon. A. A. Railroad. and after estabWh
tr: Thus far shaltthou come and agricultural l ; a Will, at o far Oa the bar between the bay ar ig ,a few towns along the liae will
no further;" its high beaches thick- distant day, Contribute match to the *
. f'1ingpd with the evergreen, oaks world's supp of agricultural pr .-
and magnolias, and with moouiopt be ducts, meat, fmtlt. Uet w Isre and
fe-toons and draperies of S alsh there through th a ft to
roks, ad'iing a unique beauty to the be found a thrifty tl' of *
.oene which hal no peer along the who has wrtho for.
thousands of. mile of oar S*Moast. est, ald It now l ow rpded wt piae
The sportsran will also remember aid ,plety--'a rlt
di!very flash of the mullet, as he what the ure holds.ft r
darted from the water, balanced him- great W'st tpr ., -
self for the Smallest Instat l the 'th.e vst re# of
air, and then glided bak so grmeiul- roaUnd3g econty'tnd th tvanw i* a
1y; the rapid plunge of the game beauty of the abi a it.ta- WirP ft
speckled trout which seised the bait JIma e a.e ot for time Min
s greedily as the bring to ftll ten- disoered adt t
"ion every nerve of the most lethar has b Ieen Ap
gc deseciple of Isaag i tet*; the bo*'d ti yeI Iag I.
and vicious rush oat the tair o ev atot.W to
king of th.~o , ....,-u wmas. 11

build its extensive terminals here. An Rew Ralroads will, when compl*t-
Long Point, ten miles east of the old ed, extend from here to Brml ,
town of St. Andrews, has been choen Alabasm, by way of Columbus, Geor
as the terminal, the town has been ria, thus giving us direct connecton
surveyed and platted, and a corpora- with all the wealth-prodtlAf see-I
tion with a fully paid, up capital oofo t country, and an outlet for
one hundred thoqwqy4 dollars has the millions of dollars waor of Im-
been organized to handle the real es- ports which are coming, sad which
tate and improvements alone., will continue to come, up t9 u bgh the
'Long Poi has mn than a mile Florida Straits and the Caribean
and a baltf w .ter ont, and at Sea.
'most places a large ship can Hie The Railroad B uder.
within a few feet of the beach. On The railroad is being constructed in
the west side of this point will be he best possible manner, with 80-
situated the immense wharves and the best possible manner, with SO-
terminalted the litiues whe road, while pound steel, and will be a credit to
terminal f te -tit of the ro laid off the entire South. Building a railroad
the interior o the i"oint iso laid oof this kind and this length is a
after the fashion of a modern ctyd stupendous undertaking for any man
with a bread street lying all roun or or aggreation of men, and when we
the water-front and the interor take into consideration the fact that
streets curving to conform with it s n thehe hands of a new an athde
natural crve of the p pendent company, and that it passes
beautiful sand bottom bayous project for Ite entire length through the ter-
themselves through the residence por- ritory of old and well established
tion of the town site, aid on their; roads,. It seems almost impossible.
high oak groww bluffs will be erect- But the financing and eoatruction
ea' some ot the finest mansions in the has been in the hands of that peer.
South. I Iess and unconquerable iancier
Arrangements have bees practical- bmuetr Miller of Philadelphia, and
ly conPleted with a leading Chautan jhe has solved every problem an.
qua association for the establishmeSt gsraighteneG out every kink. He has
.of a (Ovttu here,. gad it [, meti a thousand mountain-like obta-
planned t. hold the n. MeMsaso dM-1 es. and oftimes those wie should
In, the late winter sa early spris. have encouraged have disoaraged
of 190T. anquiries ct ing home him. But he has surimont. every
sites aaM 0a5Ies lots are om-0i ng obstacle, and amidst stors -at- -
from a) Muarters, and as soon as he Iou',a eBAtI criticisms, sue aaeoqa
. are ut. upon the k m ts, he has stood like W
will be a gr nd iitl .:- IAN which the billow, al ..ed-
Mmmy tAlainistn. led. lash away their s ae. l4e

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who Is ncniy enonwwea wmu iui
tire and executive ability, and wboI
big4hearted gesality makes him te
friend and comrade of all who eW
This is a great day of prosperity
a great era of progreslvemss. St*
penduous enterprises are abtaiag up
on every hand. And it is well that
it is so. Urery port that is opened to
commerce, every relroad that is built,
every section that is oapned to de-
velopment, and every miaautftory
that is erected, mesa more proa
perity, and more happy contorted
people to gladden and beautify the
Let every helping hand so up! Let
every opposing hand come down! To
the wheel with every streag shoulder
aft let us poll fbr the greater West
Florida and the greater South!



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iiikoi ow.Mhhge q' -A offe
ma.W loom*esm so e no t

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vM d teM fall

willbe nothi ongmreto
~q ordPrim Piesutuessd d is mad
1hameshr auypeod.
s he o feWK come tn the jhe

46htwf o don't h to siol
Aaftbiato ut the i 'M be lm.
imfor siVMnatL It-y
You w ou teewyc

do fad ttld it is
toathe woidd far
rw maimor5
c fohw E-44

OR-a son-as.mia
birid 7 TRUS

bess~ I orhw beam bd
to ~t somebdy whe!tIwombd

be patented ythsferm,~
,eks, bwMotbms lWocem oft
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S. Mrenwa of the loetrafmes p win
*d ,p ulue usil leavu twuty tot td tewat t
...t.l..f. lift a t"fah shfaven'ue y woud
1 nlag Cush with the building tronte-
hfMlfg j ktlM five feet wider than they are at prM&
Department engineers whom Mr.
r. *n y.* Delany as .c-uatMd have pointed oat
that ta addition a twenty feet to the
MN AFMtTMT HOImU THAT vide for lsptI three additional linea)
o .J. PK ALLow O m ld Sh
SBANECS-ACTO MlAS N& W practiely all of this traic e oueth-
ward. or "riNg the late after ,
,VACATMN JO0 SURVYORS when It m in th opposite dtee.
, t,,n. ,..U ,,n nvO Mrr. D,,ay Mr.eterDhe ta
c13ally a of tis adjiftl0nal Spain to
:: *.v..--.. o. ,anor.ward or wil e r4. prf e oe
3Sw York, Jue u 0-fth avenue eadoa demands.
.. s.e -t an w l a d o...a a ti. naI. P .T ,-..-m
thrS e tedbr Iseal a f ts rs n toel alloteatf h
?me b ertbw way. Theprow din ta teM.,O tAni arrange-
Is that every bs us es a menU ste ,r -tle meft soa stat-.- ,
twy lthatsnow* u tos=t. Thrk ebeta b I e H 1 r5et
ustr i be withdraws fon the streett are .itet have enteaUored o lis .
Stheactual build ingMe, en that the eat es Ieas!ifs ledp
S a"e lwe rstod or oop line m be arm. a romplns Are the
dtor sidewalfs and the aend ,ka "Scafh t l hv i
Sth widened lthout te irde withe alu B at It Wae souill btVe O.
SftflrSw ieeto rfrnmt~le wthnett toa' aTe out o the ordU-
Trere in now such a crush that ita35. e d ltnp ro the kind
dcult torpowagons toaMproee84along The Wta e sof tectuare willbe

W topsue at aair s aldl ndatthe Fr ei b4 1 entanceb laetl
U tgreetH-delays ae the p l oble. theanl T te raS sta rooms will be
| .I w the Increased widt of road Ite preIt tena t central with ar.
Samed that these delays will Te Oa. the sides wil be stone
avoided aad tha wtrat may proceed "4 ihes for statuary.
S way that Is now Impossible. The buIlla ism to be four tdories
7 TieW of the ecilon of the courts' with four apartments ofr sx or
rsresoe to obotmUne OB tie sight i on each of the upper
Trust Company's talld.' 6am.= The dining rooms are to bame
at^ & f~th aenue and Thlrtytourth' ok walascoating. surmounted by a
Sie Corporation Counsel Del ay. to h e- sad 3l enh tpertries.
S to proceed alnp. at all n mliar o beaa as wll. be used Irrthe
~ructlo l He biv the ee t e plan for : *d 0at once In order to gie prop- rare and w ba-ongs.
don" varequired without ORB 0 rhie Marble to the ain"M Which
11%4la1osvealeaPe.anels. The bedroomi
,padw the pun w be WW paa wal has at whte-ama
al-. Delany tw Ud the mr sled wood and delicate wall
0 vteciter a a47mo The kitchens are to be provided with
tety feet to the adway In fwtW glass tMo walt and ratl" tr cook-
B Ue from Whiactom equsat to t1g by oall gMs and elecricity. On,
A blamn-tAa feet on eitbor side. The the o poor *space. ts been arranged
b Wi pll be Put bac tea feet aad 0, ftor a. Ai ballroom for the use of

the tenants. It will ae m ate
100 permss.
The eptire roof Is to be dome to
a root sarde, the floor of whl wilM
be of .paa tiles. The Tbelid Mgwl
stand at the othwest corner of niA
street and Jeox awemue, adjoladni
the new Tuple IsraeL

to> i -t *Oate totJ
Tk iMumem of Natuara)tfi~
T1 t Mr. Uemo*1 take td a

9*0 n. we bws., w so
the hisbed "Ub etog>m his

.jNI .-a to too *anio r *** **
ftia. and It Ia betleved that it wi
be earrioadout.
fas a o hoa m, ae torepr sam
the highest equlas type, hoav been
so hontore na .inow stance, the b'
eoat a th e kd bel tha t nd et o toea
tpre at f hi dhose, Ornode, styled
jthoF a te etturyto which was
mad' -at of amglad oaly under th0
agrdR that w4sa tehaUd die bis
aka Ahould to returned to MaW
laad as a gft fom hi blreder to tO
Diuash Musaem Theo of adtua W-
eraod te gal* oC, Orom^ to the -Aft
fa-es gbpudti". and was a stiupla-
tic In the sale when brmuBde wee
sOM to 4 0I. McDomou a a the Amer.
loan breederA who owed hio at the
to -at his death. Oran deS NkeleO
topa ""a sent back to 2bgOand as
areedo, and now Is In the British
- In America two other famous race
Iorems whose skeletons are serlng
selenes and -tuienta of natUbal haig

Aemording to a report summitted to tory are AmAwerica Iclip and Iex
the Rad Transit Commission by ingto Ina the Smlthaoila Istitute at
eiof ftoeer George &fBice addi.- Washagton.
tMobaf si to the 1W0,000 a&ropri.
ated recently will be required to equip eaeem e a-a.
the Surway wit an ample cooling sy *. .,,i who weuW
torn. Mr. Rice asked uthotty to ._T -- _,
spend 11,8 in the contrctIon of nt vla Iower and a garden s t,
expere stal- .nts at the Brooklyna w. as Sat girk1 alike am delight.
a to thui thk iiB o Ilt aa Can
company will spend in6,00 In euap thiag and waah Iea. Tt'
pin thelocal station at aroktway and weouem Ci .SIm that
oity-edonad street a4 the Grad evin tio gmot ieal pe

latm tover tby,1rnht well t sM- Itre SSaa
tio-. -,. .'lh. .' hwei,- I K ,
eook cm aloge itaed to a de pth.- @ f m -

to teom rller Main w uls to e aaoe t e y can
or L 66 dueea It Is tto JI* ga.d In"o e.tofy t ej.a $ --

aant, ads toeo runds a Sir ble a"
In the thads f he pln aon. of o --
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The aW.r has a new .,actAon job.
He need aot ek a .ammu.r stocL but
can do buWanem right o, Broadway.
At least he could d until a sbort time
ago. Now thq mpettion lu1 severe,
for half the unempilo actors in
town are trying to aell country build-
tag lots to the ohe e halLt.The halt
that succeeds gets *the c v~ivon.
For the last year actors have e In-
vesting their avi la the Ovartons
land companies about the 4y. One
town a shdit distiaao that.y HaIM.
is owned almost. exehuse y by the
players. It is the com.1t ao- that ln-
terests them at this eaa, ,wever
as the actor lucky en t b
about th *ale o o lo a week
can live soomfat.b1yan sumuler.
One proedamon t t arn nSlt Into
day Is the surveyor', amd om'e large
engaieerla ~opagale. I Nkew York
now have a night alWt werlan0. A
system of raOetors Is arranged so
that a brftl lMUIs throwa onthe

Many people ding to poe als
though tey mebt muppomed to be as
Manatary as roga washcloths, because
as seamge emanot be boiled. It- prp-
erty ed fer .one are mmreally quits
salary. Only one person ld nM
o opong, and the sponge when not
ln uoe aboald be kept hang la In the
air. AA authority advises waalg a
itick spoeae In .mlk, which precem
wiartlly renMws it.

Tbere is t o "'lel" In Wheume. ang,
ad ate woa wbetruetsto tae sole
*-to helpb er t iUgethegetatMeto
trouble apedily. eod wl aow-
pll mo ck tfor a weak woman., but
hbaphaarmd Imseeatmg w wl woar out
oe ervs et owthe-Igest wamnu
ag. It omeams rae aad latter
we*k ad fbm ir s

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ya andm aa s ewmeaodS an character-
imed edtr dSliwnt Tealt ito be aedis put
thro g a thorough, da prod meAanical
esas whicl Drifi iti etwy partile fd foreign
matter ad dust, a thtie malt kernels finely as clean
and perfect qs can be. Widia rrdfor your health-
this is a beer yot can well aford to=n
Amerti QkmwM Er is M at of Aates .ouI, sof, i
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m wo ,ee tedy wasa arthes one, a
decidedly in aswftltW The maxl-
m u yesterday w S
ees 3:6 p. M.,anIed theo famii
tinm T LAW a. a. Last year on the
slowl dte the maith waas U de-s
grees and the entral va 73 degy r.L
Weather O srhve ocr. arred In
dailyr umry of weathnd rn the Gcondtn
yesterday aid:
t dstret fracom tinuved to tall
slowly Te r twhenorth Ataverc states
and ilowery weather continue m in
Now Nbaland; showers and thunder-
erta alo thprevail In ths ke Re-
soir, ad the central allere. Localht
Vhuda r__ orsa *tve occurred in
rthern Florida and In the Gulf
coaa districts from atGalveston to
Tampa. The weather over the west-
em haf of the temOtUY hasremained
8 ir. oeept n roto where igdaaht

Sand M a. Comilandi as
orain continued _atuo ot nght.It Ia
upper in sisl ppI alley and an
warm In New York City ( 0 degrees)
as In Pensacola at 8 a. a. in Wbsh-
ifnton City the temperature was 84
degrees a"I i JacsonvIlle 7 de.
greas. Maxhimu temperatures of
38 degree were registered Friday at
Auguta -And Macon. Oondltsona fa.
vor a -tinuaOce of *eOnrally fair
weather in thiS vicinity to-night and
Sunday with vaqahle wtnds."
mum Yuvtftft s npaefew 31W.

Oper Jewelry may please the col-
leter of coare, Mr It tos quait aad
often artiei. Rut.It eartatly o s.not
uatieuibor nw te pfint of view of
th me"3i- aso the onew York
uo *Aqi Seag as capper eosantlns ie
" hmealsamlagft et amlnlsmmt
bAlehmet waesa wl not spend amo
ean as umewds as they did
Madlmo oam wstiy imat e who 1
aty algtudn la Newpeot'e caster to
d~on na mesl tht ik so gesume-
lbweaiba as tIt wt gofar to oem-
iAft-t b of tOe antot
,Omp. "b last> bcompeesf

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Wi b*llmly celebrated thil year by the
*'ts of Colu *bus

tights of Columbus

W WeMt am, to OOM eoee wl
No the U tae ofyour Am
On arrival of 3 o'clock car, a patiotic address
will be delivered by the Hon. W. A. Blount, Jr.
At 336 o'clock, match game of base ball be-
tween two of Pensacola's crack tean the win-
ning team to receive $25.00 in silver.
At o'clock the field sports begi
Catching the greasy pig.
Shoe mixing race.
Hutdle race, and many other sensational

All winners will receive valuable prizes.
At 8 o'clock, grand prize dance begins, 50
couples taking part. winning couple to receive
$10.00 in gold.

Grand Firework Dipay at 10 o'clock.
Reduced vste o I rall roled. Electric cars s
yn every half hour.

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Tho Seat Make to GotIs.
*.Lw C. SMITH & BRO'S.
Wa.. For CeftaSqgmand PIAMs
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10,000 yards taadatd bras Pilts A 0ad Oa1eoes, actual f* a"a t vo-
ues, Sacrifice A le P .. . ... .. ,.. o, ., .. ..4| -
,oo000 yards Aro ham, al olo, a l ri pr yad..4
s,000 yards fMrd Lawns, 4re valaes, -crl* e Pi per yard
5,000 yards Fgured Lawns; 8c values, ateife Sale 1Prie.'pr e ar)d.. as
5,000 yards Bleached Domestic, t values, Sacrifice Sale .PAile, per yd.. s
10-4 Unbleche Sheetin, ....a .. .. ..,. ..... .1
10-4 Bleached Sheetina So values,... 0 .. .. .. ... ....
Good Huck Towels, 5e values, per pair.... .. . .... ; .. ..
Extra Lage Huck Towels,2 values, all to go, par.. .. .. .. .. .
Bleached Table Damask. I Inche wide, actual valae e, -Sacriiee -
Sale Price, per yard .. ........ .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .; .. .
Red Table Damask, tashes-wide, W valve, Saerlfce Sale Price....i%e

KMnCh Black Cashmere and Mohair, S Ile rlSee Price,
per yard. .. .. .. . .. .... ...*. ,. .. .......21o
M-inch B:ack Mohair, the ki# 7you ha always paidsa oet Tic'or,.tso
In this great sale, per yard.. ........ .. @0 .. .f@
Black rges, Panamas, Voiles, orsntine Crepes, and famines, swell
est of this season's fabrics, worth up to $.25 yard, Sacrifice ale -
Price, per yar.. . .. .. .. .. ......... ... ... *7fi. ., t. ..
56-Inch Black Taffeta, the hind-that wears, papramteed rjsr Pnsh -
we will sell at, per yard.. ......... ... .. ..0 .*,,...0 ..3
K-Inch Taffeta Silks, in Black and Colora, bet ever lbsemdn th city,
a anew, regular $1.00 values, Sacrifice Sale Price; per yard.. .69W
27-inch Drap De Solre. all Silk. sfe vale, per yard.: .. .. .. ...8
A fine line of LAkI KITS, strictly up4othe-bur in style, In Mo-
hairs, Panamas, Wbrsteds and Serges m 2.48' u . .
AR our afne lie of Ladles' Laws and Sik 8br~k Waists Iwll,be closed
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S- anoS ase.'r yard...... ... .. ..-.. . ..- '
Per40ia 1s, a el, pW yard.. .. .. ....

Loeu Clot worth t per bolt, SaerlSce.Price, per bpit.. ..* ...
Merceried Wa s, p yard.. .. .. . 1 .

Pink per'iper, artee" Sale Prlee...... ... ..... .... . ., q o .8
Books and Eyes, Blaek am W te, SacTiice Sale Pce.. .. .. .. .. .I
Peath 3r4tched Braid m worth l- per' bit, Bacriloe Sale Price...... 4o0

Ba Flue German imari Buttons, oacrle Sale Price, per dozen.. o f
4orchbon Laees, all w4thAs, with Insertla to match, SacrlMee Sale
Price... .. .... e . .. o. .........o .. .. .... ... ... ...o
Point De Paris Laces, all widths, Intertiona to match, Sacurfflce sale
Price., .. .. .... ........ .... ... .... .. ... ... .. 4%
S1,000 J.ap Pans, lOc values, now.. ....... .. ... .... .. ...... So
Ladies' "Fa Black Drop4tltch Hoae, 10 values, 3atrice Sale Price So
Ladies' Full-Fashoned Seamless Fast Black Hose, 20c values, Sacrifice
Sale. ie' .. .. .... .. .. .. .... .... ..... .. ... .. ....13o .
Ladies' Il landkerchlefs, 10 c values.... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. o
adies' t BestItched Handkerchiefs, 15c values.. .. . .. ..... 76
Id1eV nBrve full taped, 10c and 12%c values, acerMce 'Sale
Price .,.*-* .. *|o *so.#A . so * . 4" ..o ... *s o. 7o

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.~amiael~.~p V... .. .. ...

00 xftraHeavy Web UOftem"es, 15cal.... o o.o. ft
-NB ur* Omug =apedo*s, Sno vhal~eIs" now mae*Pie .. .o..00 .0 am

Wm soOW No TM.Y TO PMG8 IN THI"ms -Gap TM]NT
Men's eult that saol or .M ad $M... .. .. .. .... .. .S. .. .. 0*a
VW S Ilts In FaucyM WCauiers Chevlost and Ser"es, other aft SMW
tfor them, i P e le........ .... ... ... 0... ...
75 Salt regular aad 5.00 u, comriawing a rand t
meate*f block, blue and fasoy Cassaimere, Serges and Chelote, win
be .erifced I this meat aW .. .I, .. 0..... ... .....- ....0
uar entire te "o4 says,' aad Chie' Sidt s wi" beo ml
less of cost or. nlue. Doa't amst thJe grand opportity.
Ian's Good, Durae hats, In all eolor .50 values, SarSice Sale
S rd ...... .......I.. .. --4 .... * */.... ..... ** ,... *.....
Men's V1i Woreted 'Pata int all popnlar'sstripes, P.00 and PL.Wvfltmo
acrttce Sale Pee.. .. . *.. .
I* ll tlltl ol "" "l tt ""l l ***l il l "! l

AMW In Pat. Tip 1Oxfords, "L6 ad .. ..v........ au e.
SFine Pat. Tp Oxfords, $1.7 ad .vale ...... .. ..
A Fine UIJe Of Misses' ad Children's Oxfords and Strap flppera; dost
tall to set Them. ftrom.. .. .. ... .. .... .. .. .. .. .. ...a up
Me's Goo, Durable Shoes, a*n leather, all popular styles. 1.T5, and
500 values, tacrile Se Price.. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..1.37
Men's $i.00 Oxfords, all shae., at........ .... .. .... .. ..4A5

All audoles guaranteed to bo just as reprpnitd,.Any purchase maU duitermgth. sale i4 pruwI~gstsatr ilb cagdo omyoorul f
of yourlilfe.,to btijyat those ~PrM..p ~d1Silks, Whfte oAe T i lUs, Wlt.Sitn deuwpar ti aCretNetnM!*~fat

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Agent for
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1ot taget e ua*, bt I don't case. f city; Jos lee rmm Mao
r do much of It .ak more. "Is Murray Bay an od .t o I -,-. see; Clare Kebrew, Veron. RoM dm
MINUT cHai t p j I had &It'g ea. I bav youam, or 1s it a .oe reowea I scov. Mayea Sesarookh Milon; sse Davi
W ITH,.nAT ,i oe .by; a reml ae, tht X talk ery? b, go. g. h. ..... IIU ,LL, ll son. .Milt;vi; s. SmIh, dty;.da
WITH GREAT N a-bout a ltK and In every way It -.b I have been goIai th-, ry Creary, Mba0oeh IaL;'T w
qualles uWtter the head of a genuine summer* for years. I haven't: sed a arTne, Pine Barren; Bessi IL. Perry-
-..... ....bobby. It ls Murray Bay, where I go summer up there, except whoa I was I IIl II I i man, restview; Victor Watton, city;
C H A T S- "That's a great place tfor tfun. It At the m mention ofthe Philippines, U II II L III t n, city; Ole B rr s, city; Alana
s lan Canada, about eighty miles back came the oMicial Mr. Taft, ptrng ""atee, e ty; Mary G. Caro, city; Jose-
north of Quebee"--Md I a twlatinal ling to look .udlcila hroi he lpfine O~rrell. city; Christine Ottrell,
"Now, I lead tap most humdrum 3- the last yestage of the ofcitl Mr. g &:al coitm-eWnce of a i4 and, ., l i Rt; Head, city; W m ar
istence," said Seeretary of War Wl- Taft had disappeared. .He they call turnn the pile of papers over, wear- s raig, city;; h P se, city;
hiam H. Taft, "and I cannot think of ",l rM w evdin in au idpa- ly: IU itlL 'ie Wkinson, Crestvi e; Ale
one interesting thing about me."' tory dreams of 'his hobby, a two "I hadn't realized before how hard -lrs, city; Lena Afman, cty; C;ra
"Mercy," I cried, la astoishment, months' outlMngt this Canadiay para- I work till I am lace to fact wita Nrekel, city; Aoa Freakel, ty
do you never do saything?" dise. the fot that I have not time lor bho- .(O ed o Pae ,n.) .usle Datvi, Oats ield; Mary rown.,
"Do I never do anything" he scor*- such a o r ood ties," tity; Made Clark, city; Anaie R
fully demanded, polating drsttle. proceeded Mr. t "lt. "Jatie aarlan "Wl, you'll soot be up It Murray Caryvi v ; ROy Courtnay, city; Katie ifeier, eity; Toay S. Johnson, ty;
ly to a huge pile of papers on his and myself so p there every sum- Bay. with the golf links, which, I h rtan. ty; -ae Thoma. esty; C i.a erRy; ; 0. Ba Soto:
desk. "What do you call that?"r mer. They haiv ple di golf links sill believe, is a real hobby, sand you imrona, -T Mac g fattte 115 o-tedm ft';
"That is all done by the ocdai Mr. there, aad we hare eaxtaig matches; can develop some." athl. .n . a Mua gee; Irene
Taft. Isn't there any other?" we go on picaklag Ratle. up the "I think I meat have had -some la cw '" c- iast; ,wee,-ty _. ~n B owa
Secretary Taft leaned back, and sW- St. wresee; a m- boteing par. the past, but I' yV faln Ure what ar Jnes, Deta; a-k owes wty;w. 318A`s, ity,; IAllan
cared to give the matter careful. s and sometiUae we ftsh. they were, a. d save d r the 'ofal Oothan, A.M.; Florence Criln, city; y pggs, city; Wc i ter uanet, cdty; IA-
even Judicial consideration. 0o you lk to ft. and Isn't that Mr. Taft and his Philippines, I leaat a D. Bell city Merva Jones s. R city; ; m
"There is a big, fat fellow they grYat port la Cadat. a bobbiness aietleme. 1b Carliira. iba, tecity;W- A* D
eall 'ig Bill Taft.' W ho tos trying so tman t n Won ; "I ;aow mot men have ally IlArthur Josnaoa, city; MauelJo
t eiy say. to redu Me s wein ht, adad ns at a tjme.. I dant care much terestla little titppts' atlot tm.i cy; _r t-.; son, ety; .C .tew BJ ;n
heo really does try to aid time ooca about shing myaelt rathb play selves that they can' tel an that" c antyle Stewart, lPgda; ld. I a
.ona!ly for riding and reading. But gtt than to fsh, thm I believe make awfty -pod o r Bylett. eSty; Bart, C,.tt. da;
he doesn't do anything at all lter- they do bite prety 7 ai e St. p ale, sa t dona edk uBette, ity; tsabet leity
est rg. Even he is always In a hurry, Ltwrenee emtsmoe that r should be so adti e Bt son, caty; Oril Mae*wWm scty;
sind rushing about, wedgint himself IW "oiebody Is alwape* t UP up a "Well. surely you. kow MintO WASug ^'60216A IN' Oliver J. Willisa, city; Ioeta Has
itn between the aemaads of his oclat enag s expeditim; old Secretary of Wtr you do not need 6i S2s city; Ir;te Amis P.& 4 ct-oeye
ego till he has no time to bei later- clothes, and tt*p k=to theb o aibe inaterestlis," I sa st' ng." with a creel over "Oe ulder, and "Wel surely I know that pubile I a, AINd.
Well and during this intregat. swla a pall o"T W-., but I al st on to Ab r a ssThe twag were ot addressed to
ta1 he any hobbles, or the like, which, wap was more qta the slani count of what a ma. dieA whever .a5i S red imj waent at the rbi ular
"imt be twisted into a semblance of of the sun over a bill oa thq links e is, nless, doe aett a Sd m al tor thebusines d
int. ret for the pubile at lare0' than the da.ncg,. .e. water,, Ia while otiof bt. .nd ...r toe
Oh. it is the oflcial Mr Taft who so1 shoulderd my sa d aent "Ts t j ta a way r" e s, s et eTOady:-
has the hobby. It is the Phlpp~lan. the other W ., t my dola. ; i .ity; ,- ,M"rt aker, Mare (23.
Lets' s, about this other fellow. believe a"f to .r a -' -Mad-on-; -"e '--- ( ----- (
"or one thinL hBe viery fo4 of too. wk -d. ...-B .. W. Gove a g e,..
ring. He has a ae hore a bi "I h b r too tired to ee.
one, a it would have to beto array is oe taly a t00 Ol ,i, SuAl
himt. and he canter a t eosa. ,.we.e. "PS I pe th -r A a1 ; ,s
try sometimes." T know H et Uar ma p ere o*f BU est 3 y* WIkY ig y iy;W4
"is that part of youear eerse .of credited with a a. f ole1w. give a a h thia spe aadgive d t0 Aem
treatment to reduue yopt 'to. .tco la the w y t bt I am plae eta Iyt a ,M. .: t a l
soli flesh?" tale he 6doe6 a tee to a ; r
"That ought to help," he said, re- a 'hobby.' Dr. C a. A. Oreen, reprsei A. ao a ee labeth Davis
flectively. "i'll go ridng this vewy at- t6Oh.oew^.T jWW that K. lwks,e .dtIla Is e I eM, 'ib Pelkr; e alWitdrsad, LI t
ternoon. M juast gsi to fsin o oJudge If a. 1 of glasses.eml Ma .h1 mtl ,; m ja r ty; rn
"1I like to read, If I emu Ne t sho-.d 4a I fK t : m, k. )9 & ,d,,,"P

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AL T~~IOtOSaro that society A
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~em hwe Vdig nmv~snrg.'r ~ co~ afgt*'wsfr t a
b104,an 'ZOfJuy20 bo .sio. astop, whAAI
*0 Mht5 ~ ~ g~ 4*S ~ Of ls 1*by mjocofI at j"1110011ti
-Hi f vot sm IN 90 36-. fL Tk hiwAbe A, A =d Km ih hefi~s"Avi ek a wofhwe
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redl'Pssily this wo s#. *bej %w 'Mlatt f or Mm'. it Woodte ani ileer
2kbeibUVIthe membrI~s wai se~bs. aiS = t Umm'Yf'IMs~A asa,.t Pgao C'. ev er Raft erw h~,gvsiJ t wnith tran-im afW fad aes ithDay Tesd
44t r 5.Nbl..amI segua a tI" DA *Uw U10 R m~tptO iit temtheaou to eesaw oyset h ekw
to .d. at r edI" e laAlyT 9em#o. Iat4uuiyeq. so* Y w *16...V -,WU i lt-- aoxr -Wmdmr"ou
71he let VQk. t S.*"t 10 b. iftet O I& a Gomm mhsaa letqsaes:In GO*-[ l
t~cipmmembes areoff fr the51-pyT1S,"Ramt 9f w eeks for-ia tfaIL'a Gre s o".Weile "-etr
IM~nr ndohes rewngtothirte odemyd.a *bw ad Mne e~ran b m IM;rs. M fo~ro-ahe susterMs.
Lbne I'- J~.n.9 ths, ditss4". fan llama byMr Misshnsoakm S OL Ci a
At NOW 411 7-%5. (=64ms leftraln for Karla=&
A- ht J Saturday
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A*e You Waited- On?

When it's groceries tyou ed, let us
bob# you how pleammant ad convenient
your grocery buying canbe made. We
arealaysbusyyeteveLrtoo tosee
that every one of ow comers are
p.o1ty taken m de whether its a
we*e u rply orly anpm ;ke that's
WI.Aid yo 'u yoursmall-
et4i with a liu th things you ,
9Ae oxrdWe 1be filId a
FIbRy as ifyou came
a:r a will call every morning to
*t 1e* |et you want. Just may the

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Unter den Linden. A woman a& st wheo I. making ,- t loWe- of, Ber-
lin outdoor life makes a temporary studo of a cr t l br the hof mad
works away In fut view of the public q4ute rea of the. Interest she
xcites. When she has completed one canvas ate aMt A tAhetbr on the
cinemportaed el before her amd begina to sketch nla anotqW vie.

Jules Gernaert, a Bruaes eals, lg1 the aroh babe -tructvo
bsown la the drawlnc. It IVa' wentyope Ahtri"es to height risi
to an altitude of t4 teet. IroU a tt mto be the rewter*d bused in its
cointructdm, ad Its lighting al ventilatin wil be perfect. A moodblnatom
ad trollU ana elevator wia carry tsanito tho varos floors,

The cut shows a model of the farst
sqwng machtiat ever madl. It re-
sembles an old
f hion". spin-
anng whel more
than it does a
sewing machine
.o the present
day. This ma-
eblne was in-
vented more
than a century
ap by Thbomms
Salnt. It Uwas
1 the chain
stitch type.
S wortafg with a
a- *Ingle thread.
-id was desig-
Ad eisbedlany to
a* t&tch leather. It
S. was not enough
Sof a tasuccesms.
however, to utpplant the old method of
hand sswnt.
In the trop.t*l d6rthern territory of
South Australia travelers need not
carry aooMpa.. The district abounds
with tt neps of the maonette, or
meridla., ant. The longer axes of
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The strange obs herewith depleted Is not a leviathan fish as its appear,
ance might Indicate, but a pubmarime which has been drawn out on the o ch
for nec--- ry yripals to Its bItl Whlle moving along in the water hal su b-
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0mw Hue~m ie of White Qulfte will bt =M dat qW~al pie Agthis salee
we hm~4mw twelve pair pine Banbefts we 10wml aat nMumsw prim during this sail.,
ch ep. pa saikng felt yo
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rwC l/ ....- t *k T rTHE TEETHINGr PERIOD.

v. ith P, T, n ebdW e that eutt" the first tet
lte as T' s m F n ft.r Infants is an e"plO&
SW" batbs t ot .lan emf- the Nmaty and CUd' hoa
io1rers ULh"o tl who de.lia that there is a me so e

boaray Zther tise, ays the New Yorta
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,. been ft".Ithas, lways .t al aeen object of e
W _asw bUS m ". .Udlls Iu tse.. ., why ntemao.rfty
4T o m tuk i
left at voters, sand ter persons, t
e -he ~ ,. o thSbk tSt a boay must have al
,o e.ilva. Among osoereasu oUs.r teeth," be said. "Aside from being ml-
l. ,rs pa- for Mi Wf t is a toMe having a ght ris e in tempera-
SEsde ampi S the bay Tuesday. tare at morning or niat, occassonA
S. a disorders with e stomach and the de-
S-. Mf M A. &. Irt. and 4bay ire to be coastantly cewing on some-
.. ... i orfamtoiery, Ala. re An e Of thine, the no mal chM In good e ond-
awl a M, .P. ,wfr.1. @ M ts .ejt m ..: m al bef t m :-m While
1W el ye de e ? Ok. MNerri for a tedw 'rtting Its ieun. Ime Ients innie
lr. N o iharwms out of te attrlhaed to teethin
M rie hr July. Mr. oeS wl is 8and for that reason a little one who sp-
aad mli e ae -ie ea"af eo of the well know Nqw Orleas pears to be weak and really Indisposed
fro Oeatary.. Jerltect, us just grdUated frqp the should tb placed auder the care of a
: se-* acema wohool and 0te"rs tea physlcan for treateat.
Mr. MNart S.anders has stars the "tre Is enoaet puded at whidi
fame Kt. Anrws. Meth Shoedm begia to show. Some ba-
A Perry Dckfe, cghle- thr The bias have them sooner ant other, bait
Mr. ad Mr&s. Wala t' lIaUrah o B 0 a, received a iema et It none hass appeared at the end of US
pre5aul tw t*e t4% their w *So mo thts M nheSr. Wo Me5 mouths I wlMl advise a moter t
~rea~eft as wit B. la s yst 1, -a* beeau kked ouuit- a doctor, for by that time iAe
Sin by a mon e, but p orae aittaubtld have had severtL
.M John Board ad Miss us. Te easMest and most natural way frte
vent ieaft hIs 'a 4 ys for'bSW '
was..& w^ Team. k DameS Wflhimer -t Sw to eonIsMItsa iPs, though I have
*W - r. aad MME J. I"rwama, lknowt bW many youagatera to get to~r at
Mr. 'net4 fse e 9. A. si wth her ta r uqi. I B a ame."
nm, vtalttt Uu fa IWto 111d 119W UA13
rf, -'A fI MARRIAGE.
tnoLoo he maylie, J-u.a. k 1
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We Help the Doctor

to Help You .

When you bring your prescription to
this store, you'll receive pure, fresh

drugs accurately compounded by reg-
istered plharmacists. That's the .oy we
help the doctor to help you. And we'll
deliver the medicines quickly, too. We
don't change anything extra for this
high-grade service, but less than is
usual with most drug stores.

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Fish nfTiackle

T a9 s. aieball and Athleic
GdodS. heabest Phonographs and r(r-
Omfi, Othe best Medicine, the beft
DSepes, the bes t Tires, the best
lTvwrttenm thibest Lock and Key
fIttlg, best Tannk Repairing, best
Gas Lam, and last, but not least, tVe
best oller Skates?
Why mot.





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'$4.00d $50 po pler.
Mms Wash Suits, uaranteed fat colors, in fe blue stripes Ccioes at $3.79.
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Newbro's Herpole destroys the tiny tablee growth In the seadp
that eases dandruffa MIthlng scalp, ftanag hair and hbaldnes. Once this
microblo emy of the hair s estroyd. andkept.ot of t salp, the ar
is bound to grow as nature Intended, eceptW a"es of ch to aldnes*

unoUt U nature's greatt er destroyer and m opylatic. Th effect
of sunlight upon the scalp proves hihly beIetal It a covpiete plan of
eea eldeanmness -Is arted out. -TIg cannot tbe done without the use of
Herpicide, which prevents reltetloi and keeps the scalp pure and whole-
More men and women have Nomv 1ese nto.. fo*m. t- se Ne'
Herplolde than from all ehe hrremeniee tsmbe O
The perlsprUo that eds la Incrased s quantities dui0rlt the
mew uoi cares out pooemea0-and refuse matter that -woul- otherwse
ceo utha po0es of tshsalp.- -
IncoMpleAte aiminaten ofi this wate au a ot and f&eversf condl-
t of me sweat gads known IA Ps Hat for which Horpicide giTes
Srenie Hmlde steps Itehg of th scalp almost Instantly.
COL Thoap Bartoa, Member of the Board of Manaers of the Ohit
Penitentlarr writes as a allow ,t N wbros ,erplldoe:
"As to Herpilde I fad It an exellet hair dressing a well as being
theo firt and only absolute dandruff cure I have found. Upon my advice a
number of my friends are using Herplcde. ad the unamos. vordct Is,
that Herpiclde 14s In all respects, everything that Its **,MU* fori t. .. .
Send O1 In stampe for sample to th Tplel e Co., L., Detr

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auepgee*~SinZ**S*hO@OZSSRQSOSZS~*OS*OSSg S -p ~ Sos


All pastors of the ty are
earnestly requests # 0eoper-
ate with The JourWna to the
end that the church olhm*n,
which appears every J da
morning, may be correct The
Journal will appreciate the en-
deavors of pastors in this re-
gard, aid requests that chlurth.
notices be either delivered or
mailed so as to'. reach -The
Journal not later than 5 p. m.
on Saturday previous tp date
of publication.


The order of services at the varisos
churches in Pensacola today will be
as follows:
St. Michael's Church-.Ofrtng the
summer months masses will be said at
6:30 and 9:30 a. m., the 9 o'clook mass
being discontinued. Baptigs at" 2
P. m. Vespers, Rosary and Benedio.
tion 5 p.. .. ..
St.' Joseph's Church-7 and 9:30 a.
m. Low Mass and t-hlattlbolL Vie-
pers, Rosary and Benediction of. the
Blessed Sacrament at 5 p. m. Mass
during the week Is at 7:0I a. i.
Confessions In the eveatue beft
Sundays. Holy Days' of Obligatika and
Firet ridays from 4 p. 4. U.
Baptisms Sundays at 2 p. a. or by
9 .-
Oirist Church-Jw. P. IL. Waer.
D. D Reotor. Services will be hed
at lI a. m. Sunday school 9:4 a. a.
St. Kathaln --Ceante ad I -
vi street. Rev. Andrew T. mwarpe, .
T. rector. .
Sunday: ?7:. a s w lO f loumau-
ion: 9:30 a. m. Sunday school; 11 a.
mTn Morning Prayer aa ft ron (PInrst
and third Sundays, Holy Coo' uqloo)
5 p. m. Event Prayer and srmon.o
Week days- p9. ., a
8ain:s Days-4 a. rElyM Oacm-

Rov. J. cel, prest In mhar.
century Mission-Ber. 3. R. Sick-
O9ll, priest la naave. a
"Palafox Street Mthdst Church-
tev. W. Q. Vreeland, pastor, Rev.
J. Barney Butler, assistt. Services
11 a. m. only. COongregation will unite
with the coh eg-atbn of the FistBwap-
tist church at the evening-servlce. Sun-
day school: 30 m. J. N. Andrews,
fSpt. Upworth Leagues k30 p. m.
4Gdsden Street Methodist Churca-
Rev. F. A. R ri, ator. Regular
services at 11 a. m. No evening
service. OCospegtip will-unite with
the congregation of the First Baptist
church at 8 p.'m.L'- Suday school 9:30
1a m. J..B1.. T 9er, o upt,, Bpworth
League 7:00 p. m.
Muscogee Wharf--Rev A. RI g -
ers, pastor. R4in4z school 8 p. m.,
Y. Brilggs, upt- -Preachng 4 p. m.
-.Centry _M3thb4*Ot 9.urdi-te.v. J.
0. Lawrence, pastor. ular service
will be he lt at t p. 40 to momraIn

-First- -Pr. ,.ria' ..
Julian 8.$ e 7y ,W1y, Sunday
school 9:30 am. 4Christiaa adeavor
*4:0 p. m. .i^"l 71 a m.U
pngregatiwp wit ple with the con-
gresation of fe lir t st church
t 8 pm. ''

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Sunday snd o- th- -dart Ave.mW
nu. m. a !. --. B m. T:S. eek.

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Omalopsry, SitIS I rjoe at 1X a5

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vice wtl-bi e of o a to 4
now pastor, and ,wlnl be a union
vice, several churches untiUng or the

and Chase areet-Rev. J. J S*ater-
It, astor. Sunday School at S a.a

tor. Sunday school 10 a tI. Pre.oob
Ing every rst and third Sunday at I
a. a7nd 7:90"p. m. Prayer meetaW

mrst Universaist Ch Wh-ae.t
Chase street. Sunday 8ebo 1at It
m. Y. P. C. U. 6: p.. Pr Al m eAn
cordially invited to attend.
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Church of Christ.
Church of Christ, cor. Jakso andi
Alcanls Streets. Bible spool 16
a. m. Preaching at 11 a mby W Ti.
Tracy. Prayer meeting Wlesdgeda
7:46 p. m. All are cordially Invited.
First Church of Christ, Solentet
First Cmhurch of Christ, Sest-
Owing to the number, o m bers t
tending the copenwion and dbedlcatton
in Boston. there will be no. ervlio"
during the month of Jun .,
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FIrst Chrtlelan Chii"h.
"First Christ churach- 04 t
Gregory street. Sunday, school
10 a. m., H. J. Mackey, S9pt,
CmUnntoeD at 11 a. a. Pyer
meeting Thursday at 7: 0 as. Ak
cordially invited.
660"i Chorch of ChOrci oC
.--e_-mS.(d Cw- -f @.itsi
boring at 11 'clok
-a 3 o'clock.
omon datty 1b= 10 a. uh 8
pay be -WBad. .3 C 68
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captain. 6ervlces will be wel4
tows to the Army tent, % n
and Barcelona streets: d
except Saturday and Mi h
a. ftpt. Norris will be A r
COApt M Ma. Morelaud, t



- MS bet filerto use with nleaIm Is

to~na tlm~mattches on walls or
murble my be tomoved by applying
Vwti nPle, stom ,and water.
searthetes painted with &w or
INNee c- enael are esmiy
deaned bywplIg with a damp cloth
If a s Is ads to the pate used in
eaverlng boze MWt paper orr srap
books moth or mie wil not nade
then. ..
It Is much better to have plastere
wa painted than papered Paint can
be waased oc~soe y and Is really
or economical tha aper.
A painter suggests that If the bath-
tlb be given two coats a common
paint beo the enamel paint is ap-
1d. each dry for twenty-tfour
hams, the objectionable asking off
raess will not follow.
t He m.Clemalsa WaMt
S house &ea&ing Is largely a bbit.
b thrifty housekeeper gets in 'e
Way of having a general upbeasal
time a year. and rle could not dis-
pese with It, or she thins she
oeoldat And yet some authorities d-
dw that e p0e0idical housm leanin
a. neesary infliction. Their plan
w- to give one room a leaning every
*sk. Thus A tere are vean rooms
eah room gets a movatlon every sev-
en We aAd the bousem ever au an
portunlt to tbenoe dirty enough to
naed troelsboes overheaulng. Mirrors
amI oodIkmiu stese should be cleaned
-017 t-Ow a roem doam. A ltt
ate of wnV lhecssly applied with
norag wmi fee the s oe obadt-
roaarl t Pctle frMe and books, rdm be wel dtd ad the cup-
i d slv s duatm d and related with.
'4" Paver.

Old pltees t lhae.h taitat srh
ole s ki- d -et- ee t-tare oenr-*

jirwt. If msvee that I


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eIs. a ter a owsplayer awe

I asse a mby. ae am ms
r let Taher Tsusl a mter whoe
t tP aeries ofas at. nam-
SIw .ar s-n- te d m eaUto
i nWsomU 5SMer y -| a llthe
i i ayers o the a a.l son t have
Im l. payitg Ihts i are fixed
! Moaoys d Thursday and over
tenty record r a es have so far been
played. If there t a Pensacola chaes
b mletaus frtd romany member who
Swate a series 'to e ames.
- "Te gaant. JIfteeth Company are
W, bu4luu a gasoMne launch tor the use
o.t oastcar sandllasted men. mAt.

XUWeO asted by all the skilled me
cheni the arecwel dyn Iwl doini
te o bet tooboud *oat that wUill be
Vthe pride of the pe3t Tne process of
v -str Atis, I Ahsieve, a secret
IfB Not she is oeibg t6 boaa wonder,
lor It-took the'Wtei streath of the
Pteemtk company to carry one of
her tbaers tho other day. I don't
k-w what they are going to call this
nauftal beauty, perhaps uT"e Dyner
mOe" or "The PrIA& of the GuWL"
an a lad to See Corporal W Wlter
of the mh Co, once its popular
sergeant' and now In charge of
'tho Post Laundry, about again after a
leas spell of severe sickness. al-
ter Is well knwan in Pesacola sand
-af many friends In the city who will
be peaked 'to see bim agaLn.
eut. Water K. wisona has been
appointeded adjutant In a session to
RUeut. Coward, who 19 leaving the post
A very popular a ppatuent as LUeut
WItmb in mal by every
d(per and enlod maa In -the part-
IKIA too bb ak ny Jokes WiS wek
k I Aave a batdfof them cooking and
when they are well done I will spring
them, so look out for them next week.

6 *H0usiWoL(F HINTS.

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The development of the small pow-
er boat in Pensaoola Bay during the
past year or two has been something
remarkable-eo much so, In fact, that
the power boat prouqises to take the
place of the sail boat atedot entirely.
. This fact is due no doubt to the n
perfection which Is being attained in
the small marine engine, a piece of
mechanism that anyone now can run
and which seldom, If ever, refuses to
work even for a novice. I
In this connection it is interesting
to know that out of 36 Wolverine ean.-
glues sold by King & Bunyan during
the past 18 months, very one is n
operation and not a single complaint
has been. received regarding them.
King & Runya. sell these engines In
all sises and for all classes of boats.
Is outo o df er. You go to bed In a
bad humor, ad get up with a bad
taute I ,your mouth. You want
something to stimulate your liver.
Just try esMe., the liver regulator.
A positive ur -for Constipation. Dys-
pep.l* ad all nver -oo-pia't Mrs.
- Ft Wrth. Te4=,xas writes: ,
"Have seed erbiei my family
for years. Words can't express what
I talk iabou it. 5w..Jbody in my
household are m and well, and we
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sewete MAum. I qsleon Begins Sept.
S .*17, Il
Tle ch6~o theS- the nuber of
puogo reclved to -ach as can be
It for etreane to our Nod'
ges technical c '-r
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are th caMdinal features of Gerst beer. It
is so light in alcohol (3 1-2 per cent.) that it
is trna nce drini On theother
hand, i so havy in malt extract, thatit
is like. iqid food in its effect upon the blood,
muscles and nerves.
The w iff juiity itself-it quenciseTW thirOt,
ref^Hbssroa1 washes itwyh wae of the
S. ed O'it be-. It s a
p o .uir tu beIKMg.- good for
you mIn eV way.

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market des not atam a mineai* N smeo kind to derange or damage
system a. It ithene medico tiat can be t aolute safety by the youngest d
or the lester of the family, and peras w o bav allowed their systems to iga
such oeditils that most medicines are replsive to the stomach will find that S S.
'while sl gentle and plant-it ,id s of the nauseating efets
of the i t mieral mixtures and apmioa as blood purher..
Aaw part of the bod is dependet for norse nt asid strength, it i
essay this vital fli ble kept free from germs and poisns. So long as it re
u taaSted we are fortified agast di-
&Uk ur;b any0im O, 2 SS. f is asa it eAdie l.

tular er t. pimples, rashes and the d t reeut t Iproa esto t t ,
t.ert a ections show tha, t the baood t .. ?it skin"ma.ItEps It Isa ,
s. o t A ploo4 te an has my hearty endorsmeat.
s isn aid diseased condition as a im' .h S"i., Lebanon, P. N. T.HOXPow.
result of too'much aci4 or the.presence gf -
some irritating humor. Sores and Ulers are the result of morbid, unhealthy matter in the
blood, and Rheumatism, Catarrh, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Poison etc., are all deep-seated
blood disorders that continue to grow worse as long as tihe poison remains .
But all blood diseases are not acquired; some person are born with an hereditary taint '
in the blood and we see this great affliction manifested in any ways. The skin .has a
waxy, paullid apperane, the eyes are ofte n weak, glands of the negk enlarged,and asthe i
taint has been in the blood since birth the entire health is usually affected.
In all blood troubles S. S. S s.has proved itself a perfect remedy and has well earpe the b
title of "KING OF BLOOD PURIFI"ERS It goes down into the circulation and removes .
all pois"o, humors, waste or foreign matter, and makes this stream of life pure and health-&
-. sustaining. Nothing reaches inherited blood, .
troubles like S. S. S.; it removes every parle i
Sof the tait, juries and st rhens the we
deteriorated l and supplies it with th.
healthful properties it needs and establishes th-e.,.
*1 B.. I foundation for good health. As a tonic' tis"'
Great medicine has no equal and it will be fou ',
P RELY VEGETABLE Lito we, anaemric pes.
". ". W ** ,Catb eSo 4n-* M4 Ulcers, S~in
Diase Scrofta, Contagious Btood.Poirne ip all other blood troubles are cured perma
nently by S. S. S., and so thorough is the clamnu og of the blood that no trace of the dis.
ease is left to break out in future years or to be tt-at"-itted to offspiiag. If you are in
edof a blood purifier "THE KING" of them all, S. S. S.-and good results re
aslured. Book on thh b ood and any medical advice desired furnished without charge to
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wot Is tkfe lost, bmi ~etd
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TE'VYE decided t6 rub out the piofite-they're yoursduiing-*the 16tt
W oval sale ever established in Pnaola. and you p ~lyIbot
the bare cost of thmin M ithe wholesale market- You know the kid of
fine Orakey, e wew OePee Q ly
found at @Oerm -he better sort of fine China. Cut Glai and Silvr-
- the ornaments of rfinement, tpat perhaps you had some dire f; your
opportunity is at han naow, and for the next.two weeks to come w~iU
have a sale that wiftlbe the talk of the town.


We have made prepastions for ample service to wait upon you.' Well
have an additional force of ,oaepetent alespeople, and bpsid every
article is marked in plain figures and it will be an easy matter to ae at
a glance. HE MONEY YOU'L SAVE during this greatest of ales where
every article will be sold
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$24.() Table Spbons, now...-.-.....--....1__ ., per des.
<$12.O Tea Spoons, now.----- .----,- .... M. pere


$4.00 Tea Sfan. patterns, now_..--_..'.9L qp(u art
,$8.0 Tale Sp Patterns, now...s.. per' M
$3.00 Tea Spas. Plik Patterns, now -- ..-...-. per M t
$4.50 Sets of i,6nives and 6 Forks, now --,------ a@ eIr de
Surely y- will avail yourself Qf this opportunity to repenish
your table s "

Royal TepiArt Vases that were $25, now --..---.......
Royal Bon Vases and Bric-a-Brac, hand-painted, $2
o pieces, _.- .-._._-................... .._... ___-..._ 4
GenuineRo-R Serves, Art Pieces that were priced at $2; -
$20, $15 u $10, now eMe-qwarte Ie*.&
Nothing med at this sale.
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nannyou have wanted- so o

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Cups and Saucers that were 75 per dozen, now--.. e per doz
6-inch Plates that were 6)c per doze, now--.--.... 4 er doz
7-inch Plates that were m 5 per dozen, now---.....6Te per doz
6-inch Bakers that were 10c each, now-...... 7 o *eo
8-inch Bakers that were each, now ...... ieh
Covered Dishes that were 0c each, now.... eaeh
Pitcher and Bowls that were $1.00 each, now 71t *eoh
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) 3.50 Cut Glas Bowls for ... ._.. .... 2.02
5.00 Cut Glas Bowls for-.. .-. .. - .-... -....... -.78
8.00 Cut Glass Bowls for.... ..... ....-... 0.
10.00 Cut Glass Bowl for....--.-.-... .---- .... 7'.0
15.00 Cut Glass Bowls for- ... 11.5tf
20.00 Cut Glass Bowls fdr... ,, .... ..... f1.00
25.00 Cut Glass Bowls for .............- 1.7f
Cut Glass Nappies Vafw, onDBoms, all included in this sale.

$100.0- Haviland Chinaf t1 t now. ..---.... 7.07
75.00 Haviland Chil now,-.. -------- .7
50.00 Haviland Chia nw.... 7.
Every price set i nile unlike proportion.
&8. 0 American .e2lp 102 pieces, now.. .387


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case you need us, and Gen. Samuel Pasco Commanding .
TOU that need us bad, because you tU ,.... N :, .

cannot afford 1o look shabby.: Florida Division U. C. V. '
We can fit you up from'headto :
foot at very little cost. Issues Official Circular. :;

not Give already us a trial done if have B Sal Itfi.j

General Samuel Pasco brigadier
general commanding the First Bridgade(
Florida Division United Confederate :
& NixOUTFITTE Veterans, has issued circular .letter,
White naming officers of the staff, and also I

RS in calling> !reference attention are to the as to* follows important division.: : The matters appointments -!!ITbe Entire Stock of T. H. Lannon ti Co. tL',;;,:

Tour Moaej's Worth or Your Money Back C. V. Thopmson adjutant general W

and chief of staff. with rank. of lieutenant I.

790. 'W;; K.colonel Hyer,.''quarte -master general !;, 20O- and 202 South PalafoxStreet, Pensacola, Florida, x At' :, .-' -

Next to New Brent Building with rank of major. j

29 S. PALAFOX ST. with Dixon Henry rank P.H of Reed Spear.major., commissary'Inspector, '.general'general,,! I i,.I TO BE THROWN ON THE MARKET AND CONVERTED INTO CASH IN THE NEXT 30 DAYS 1 4 "

with rank of major. ;
Florida and Alabama I F. E. Wilson, brigadier surgeon,with = .

LAND COMPANYManufacturers rank R. of Q.,major.Baker brigadier chaplain, I I We are determined carry over a dollar's worth of Summer. Stock, and for that purpose we will mark down everything in the entfre stock !' :. .:

ol with And rank the following of major. aides with the ;,N regardless of stock. Lots of things will be sold away below cost in order to close them out quickly. Sale commences MONDAY, jnJ :; I .. _

and Dealers in rank of captain: A. R. Seabi-aok, Mil I, JULY 2, and will continue for ::30. days. Positively the Greatest Slaughter Sale of Summer Merchandise ever held in this section 11 :: 1' .:

LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHIN- ton; Fla.; A. C. Tippin, Escambja.Fla.; 3 150 miles in this feast of Don't Forget the fL -
tILES AND KIL.N-DRIED SAP. S. M. Robertson; Ch'.pley: Fla.; B. \V. r of Florida. It will pay you to come to participate grand bargains. Opening Day \ :-. .-f > : "

- Partridge' Monticello' Fla.; T. Hayward N MONDAY, JULY 2. Valuable Souvenirs wilibegiven, away' each day of the opening week from 9 to.10 a. m. .and from 3 to 4 p. m. Read 'A)i : t. ', .

STOCK OSCAR AND E.BOND MAURA BROKER., R. Cantry Randolph, Quin "Jkllahassee Fla.; A-,J.Fla.Murat; T., *J j the tempting list of bargains carefully. 3 U! : 7 ''

Stocks. Bonds and Securities Bought and Sold. Apalachicola, Fla.; J. J. Jones, Fla.; H This is only partial-list hundreds. bargains on sale' during this Special: Sacrifice of all ,Summer i: ;'-i"- :, ".
12E.GovernmontSt. P. :). Bez154Viliite Daniel Campbell, DeFjiniak! Fla. -,
The attention of the 'camps is directed S Merchandise. n\\ ,':'
to the action of the brigade at N : L. '. :
i Barber Shop the reunion at DeFuniak March 21, N -- "Ii :
1906 requesting that each camp pro : : .

S.The Palafox white St.,barbers are now, formerly'located at of No.' be vide used itself at with the future a confederate annual reunions flag to m Clean-Sweep Sale of WhiteN Clean-Sweep Sale of 'Clean-Sweep' Sale of Men's Silk and Wash N '.*- .1'.1'ftj .- :

8 E. Government St., next to Western and on other appropriate occasions. N '
Union It is hoped and expected that this will I and :. -
Small Wares and Towels Napkins Neckwear If
Goods and Coloreds at Spacial'N :
be complied: with. I N .. ., : t t r ,
i. In order to ascertain the present f m :'. i ,
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. membership and to of perfect the camps the rolls in the at brigade briIgade -- m| Wash Goods. : ; Notions. '. Table Damask.5c Cut Prices.20c fa ,j k:

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headquarters it' is "ordered that
w 50 pieces of Fine 'lOc White India Good Adamantine Pins :to go 6 Bleached Crash Towels, per Suspenders, to go now at...12c !ftft H : t' I
each commander do and forward
prepare w Linen, sheer and fine, limit of 20. ?I fullpapers for 5c oreach.-?, -. ..-.. 1c dozen 39c or each. .. .. .. ..312&c e Best 2Gc;; Suspenders to go now at 19c I
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adjutant general, at "
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CUT yards to each customer* tor.$1.ooN t ; 1 t : : : Genuine Russia Crash Tow. Finest $1.25 White and Colored ru k .
Something Swell In Gold Jewelry. sacola, a full and complete toll pt'the m Good Pins 1 dozen card I
Safety on
el'.ng! to in the clean sweep Shirts, 1. ,
newest for ,
Creek Naln- go style, this \
W. A. Gahlenbeck21J; S. Palafox SL officers his camp and by members the first now day belonging of August to 8c.sooks and ,lOc to go"White,at,. .. .. .... ..5c for.. ... .. .... .. ..: .. .. ...2C' sale for... .. .. .. .. .. .. .-7C clean sweep ....95c Ji-:'I'; ;. )'
1 lot of 12 c and 15c White Pekin / Best 12%e All Linen Huck Towelsto 15c Whshable Rubber Cbltors, all '.' i'
next. N Good Lead Pencils, rubber tip, now .... ... .. .. '
TURTON & BELL Ml and Ribbon Striped Lawns, toM now pnly.. ...4.. .. .. ::;_". .. .. ..'c go now for .. 9&e15c new shapes, to go in this sale ruS t.. ,: : ..:
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. go in our clean sweep sale for,?%c .. 18x36 Bleached. Huck Towelsto .' .10c15c ..
Kodak Supplies.: Finishing far 'Amateur knows that Blkrd's Snow Liniment- N 40 pieces finest 15c and iSo White Best '3c Faber Pencils, to- go at.' 2c go now for. .. .. .. .. ..10c8c Four-plyAIl Linen Collars, all rua ,' : ; ,

has superior for Rheumatism t India Linens: to go In this sale TwiUed White Crush Toweling. newest shapes, to go in this sale .. r. '-.,
R. Kw' WHITE, Stiff no Joints, Cues, Sprains, Lumbago, li for. .. .. .. ..' .... .. .. ..10c 150/HftND/ BAGS (Drummers' Sam- per yard only.. .. .. .. .. .. 4 c for.. -.. '.. ;, i' .
Watchmaker. Manufacturing Jeweler. and 6rafluitOptician. and all pains. Buy it, try it and you I cu! OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF FINE : pIes iTO GO IN THIS SALE AT .... 35c Beached Table Damask, in the SPECIAL BARGAINS W SUMMER :-. : ',

.30 S. Paiatoi Street Pensacola. Eta.TerselyToW will always use It.- Any body who has N WHITE. GOODS MARKED DOWN_ HAUf\. PRICE. g clean SOc sweep Bleached sale Table per yard..19tBest Damask, EACH.UNDERWEAR AT 29c AND 49c aB$ 'i .-'. : '

used! Ballard's 'Snow Liniment Is a liv. IU FOR THIS StALE.M ,.' Hair Pins!!, worth Sc per.|box, as: ''now only. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..39c .'. lot I, .
: ing proof of what it does. All we ask : n -" orfeT to go at.. .. '1"." ... 3c Best 75c Bleached Table Damask, aw ; '.'.r

of-you is to get a trial bottle. 15c anA 19c Peari-Necklaces. going now only.. ..' .. .. .. .. .. 59c f
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 (. : Clean-Sweep Sale ofWaists : 4 f'
I Clean-Sweep Bargains Bleached Table Damask;
.. : .. .. ...10c Best $1 [
bgkqj Vbgkqj -vbgkqj vbgkqj t!:!t now at.
J. F. Beal of DeFuniak, was now only ,;. .. ... .. .. .. ,..73c75c / ;
mong. the visitors. the city yeste.- Fine Mule at Auction. 25eL:1t: : StldL-4 Pins, going in this and 90c Bleached German Suits'and J-' : ,! I,'

day. :.1 will offer for sa'e at public auction N for Men. .iaa4pf9t-7.. .. .. .. .,S J ... .......7c 'Napkins, to go1 now per dozen..49c' "
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R. C. Thatcher left last night 'f,>r ( m -y., '"'f Best fl Bleached Damask NapkInS
Roberta his vacation Monday 9:30'a. m. to settle claim, Men's No-Name- Felt Hats,regular, lOc Pocket :Mirrors, decorated ,. to go per dozen for.. ..85c Skirts. j"
atives. spend with' rel.-one W.mare F.mule.'WILUA.] 1S. Auctioneer. ni $3 quality, to go at... .. .. .. 98c back, to 'go at..5; Best: $1.39 and $1.50 Bleached Dam- ray :;; I :,
Men's 50c Straw Hats, a broken: in this sale,
nj 10c Napkins, to go per
CacL Jar T. Vickery; head of the n assortment, now at. .. .. ../..23oWJ 3 cake? Best_ 5e Toilet Soap, for dozen.. .. .. .... .. .. .. ..$1.19 15 c White Lawn Waists, trimmed $ f J j. -
in lace, tucks or embroidery, .
ITledmont: Detective Acencv.: (,f AIsnta. :Men's 10c. Wiite Lawj. ..HandkerRJ1 -" ? 5c Ladies': WhitetLawn Handker- $1.75 Satin Damask Napkins, choice S t: ;
was in ths city yesterday.' THE PANSACOLA chiefs'to.",1'at-.&*-.,. .. .. .. 7c chief&;.to go at-.. -. .. .... .. .. 2c !Patterns, per dozen. .. .. .-.$1.39 clean sweep price. . ,39c a tJ* '(.'. .
Snta Rosa Star: Mr.V.. B Cas- MY Men's 20c pure Linen HandkerU antt1OC 'Clear Pearl Buttons MILL END( LENGTHS OF TABLE Finest $1.50 Wihite Lawn Waists "t '... i

well, representative' of The 'P'nsacol BUSINESS COLLEGE in' chiefs to gd af., i.: ..:: -:. ....15cy Sc 1 dozen:on card for. .. .. ...,. 5c DAMASK, 2 TO 3 YARDS, AT up and to several$2.25 each broken, all lines beautifully, worth H'ru ;':: 't';! .;.
.Tonraal.! was in town Wednesday len'sIOc wash! Jap Silk Hand ABOUT HALF PRICE.
!x>Ving out for the interests of hh Is'now N, kerchiefs-to go at.. .. .. ..' :.23e 25c Imported Bristle Hair or 50c Bleached and Hemstitched made, clean, sweep price 95c f'J' .j ".- :.'
1'8 pe!'. offering special advantagesto 12%c Seamless Socks (n black Clothes Brushes, now only..15c40c Lunch Cloths; 30x30, now only 39c '" 'j
those who desire to take -fu WAISTS TO GO AT ACTUAL JoY :!' : :
preparatory or fancy; togo pairs for '.. ..25c 90c Bleached and Hemstitched
TVin Mumbv. Jr. has left for fWe. : work in the common school Leather Belts, ,new style, COST DURING THIS SALE. N i: \ '
5 New Origan and other cities! branches. Students who wish to do N 5c able'Gilt shank Collar, togo Buttons 3 f:>r..1 untarnish-: ;... 5c black or gray.. .. .. .. .. .. 25c $L25 Lunch Beached: Cloths,and 32x32 Hemstitched, now only 69c $5.00 Lawn or White Linen Suits, "'" .t',; !' .' .
f\1 an PTtf Pd trio.! He 'intends, be- unfinished work In any 'of the grades W to go in this sale for less than 1" : j' '
50c and 75c Cuff Buttons and all Lunch Cloths, 36x36 now only 85c
Belts, styles
Gilt new
C-P returning home, to visit San of the public schools are requested to '. cost of material, only.. ... .$1.98 ru ; f ''
Scarf Pins, In the clean .
N sweep sizes, special.. -. ..- ,.. .. .25c THREE TRUNKS OF DRUMMERS'SAMPLE .; ;.
ancisco.! call and see the,manager of the col sate,for. .. .. .... ... ... ....39c DRESSER SCARF, PILLOW : $15.00 All Silk Taffeta Suits well tU ,, : !'; ,
T1. nds! of Robert touts 1 lege. Special rates are afforded for N 69c and 73c Madras 'and Percale SOc Umbrellas, in the clean sweep SHAMS, LUNCH CLOTHS, made, clean sweep price . .$8.90 .;. :
; h'm noon bavin a<'in the summer course in bookkeeping and m Shirts, new patterns, to 'go at..4ge sale'for.'' L .... .. .. .. ....39c STAMPED PIECES AND PILLOW OUR ENTIRE STOCK WASH AND N ; "t\ ,?
"'''n HIp hhrbp t avpras p In tb T1rlEehnol. shorthand In both day and evening $1.25 Umbrellas, in the clean TOPS, TO GO AT HALF THEIR WOOL SKIRTS MARKED DOWN N f .'

tooth in scholarshp! and general sessions. ,Students enrolling the firs sweep .sale for. .. .... .. ..85fi20c ACTUAL VALUE.19c FOR THIS SALE. t \, j. "
week in July be able to ALL BROKEN LOTS AND ODD HI !
a VP'a Ie.: may accept Clean-Sweep Corsetm
Work Dresser Scarfs,
The local civil service r'O"1"js'on:: position in SEL\RS early falL& ELLIS, Props. w sweep Hand sale IIrrors for,. .In. ..the...clean. ....1 to Drawn So at.. ... .. ., .. .. .. ..10c SKIRTS SIZES IN TO WAISTS BE SOLD, SUITS REGARD-AND m At? t r : 1 I !. ." ;
nouncp tb3tn eTeminat'on fnr
Offerings. LESS OF COST. J.4JI :- .t ; ,"
tho vtlcii (>t Janitor in tl10 local 1 1T'stof'E' I N. .
!wIl4lnr will be held P t ftJ -1-}; I
!1t..posfoffl'p in tM City Julv H.1'hcQo VITAL STATISTICS $1.00 J. B. Corsets, Brand New cellaneous Baraains. .1 .'
on fU and F uti!| Gartered. .. .. .. ..69c ..
d "*r'n : iiformation J"e'trfl. - - -- -- Clean-Sweep Sale of Silks nj : 'f j t'
$1.50 J. B. Corsets, Brand New ; :.
)I. < th MaminaH "an obtain san FOR PAST WEEK m 300 Ladies' and Misses' Ready-to- 40c Genuine Jap Matting Rugs, to
and Full Gartered. .. .. ...85c .. .. .. .. ....10c U
fom Pf'rpt"rv B. B. Clegg, of the Wfcar Hats, worth $1.25 to $2.50 close out for. 40c "Wihite Wash Jap Silks, now ( "; r ".-
CM1 Service Board1. W These are identically the same each to go in this clean sweep 5S'c Wash Jap Silks, in dainty hair only. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .."..19c fit '/', .
The many frlend* of A. R- Water .styles and qualities as are sold at.$1. sale for.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..29c stripes and check, new styles 35-inch Messaline Taffetla Silks, nO.' ,.. .
and $lliO the'world over.- The manufacturer N "
SHOWING MARRIAGES, BIRTHS lit in all '...38c
formerly general foreman: of the 1 L U' has made this concession SOc and 69c Lace Braid Hats, now only.- soft, fine finish worth $1 per .
* X. shoos here wil1 be pleased to AND DEATHS, AS OFFICIALLY: ; w as a compliment to the lades: of Pen- colors! to go in ths: sale for..10c Best 30c Bleached 10-4( Pepperell yard, in black and colors, only..6ge WBest. i' -' .
I team Hats, in brown .. .. .. ... "
that he has been at>nointav Men's No-Name Felt Sheeting! to go at 25c .
,,'t sacola, and to still further introduce last.. ..- ..98c 5Sc Jap Silks in black and fU ,
fpneral manager of the Columbia REPORTED. rand popularize their lines in this 'secN or gray they Best 27c! Bleached Pepperell .. ... -
Tool Steel Co... of which be is part ( tlon. After this lot Is sold will not 10 yards finest 12',f.c Bleached Sheeting, for ...-. .. .. .. ..23c colors, to go'at. 34c ftf ; ;
IIWDPl'. located at Chicago Heisrhts. we Berkely Cambric to each customer 75c Faille Brilliant Silks, all ; [
: Cloth, 45 inches, to N -
Ill Mr. Waters l left Pensacola about I The following i is the record' of marriages 't' prices.sell another. pair under the ..regularJ..W' for.. *. .. .. '. .' .. ..89c 25c gO Table at.. .Oil. ...i .. .. .. .. ..17&c leading colors special. ... .42c40c I' i .
six births and deaths, as' officially One lot of 8c and lOc Embroidery- fU -
years ao. N Arnold :Silks in new fancy -
, In addition to the above we have Best 12&c New Style Dress Ginghams -
Prof. L E. Allen will eave' dunn reported at the office of the count Beadings and Torchon Laces on at, .. .. .. .. .. ....19c ru .,-
the week for an extended trip whehnih judge and city clerk: m ,a few styles of W. B. and Thompson's sale for. .. .. .... .. ....2i&c to go at .. .. .. .. .. 8i%c styles : '
Marriages. In Glove Fitting Corsets that lSc and 18c Printed Lawns and 20 yards Stout 36-inch Sheeting 36-inch Black Swiss Taffeta Silk, N <
include McDivid. Century Fo-! White-R. o. Hoffman to Frances J.W'' we have decided to close out at 69c Batistes choice styles in mftll "Domestic, to go for. .. .. ..$1.00 not over 10 yards to each customer N 1. "-
mafon. Pollard. Brewton Bver\ rseRenrRianna. Kupfrian; Willard R. Warfield to fU $1.25 Palmer Hammocks to go now: ends, to, yard, for':. ...:. 5c 50 pieces Wihite English Long per yard.* .. .. .. ..68%(: "t !' -.
go per
Andalusia, CV> Florala.
; p at. .. .. .. .. .. 69c .
Katie F. Stokes E. B Cloth in 12 yard pieces, worth "' -
MHHean! and Milton. TJits will bp ; Harris to E;- N Remnants of White and Colored 1 lot 50c Fancy Louisine Silks i
!a Hardy; Thos. H. Godfrey to Eva $1.75 Palmer Hammacks, to go nowat cost $1.3? per piece, special..98e .. N ,
the first time. "VMash Gods to regardless'of dark dress styles, to go at. 29c
:! that Prof. Allen ha go
Smith: Edward A. Handrop to Bar- N .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .,..$1.19w Sc and lOc Embroideries. to go '
seen som of this territory for mot: Lara Ard; Morton R.. Swalne to Inez $2.25 Palmer Hammocks, to go now $1.25 clean Palmer Hammocks. .. .,. In.. our...;69c25c no? for... .. .. .. .. .. ..' ..3y4c/ 1 lot of Fine All Silk Wash Jap N ,
then thirty years and 'be'antlcioates V. Harrison. at.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.69 up sale for One lot of New Fritzie 'Scheff Silks in dainty hair checks and 1ft '. .
Witnesing! many changes as weTl alenewing N _. .. Embroidery Cloth Dresser stripes, mostly on white grounds )" 'i .
Colored-William Oliver Christinej Belts, worth The, special bar :
to ...10c
Scarfs, in this sale for '
many old acquaintances.! Humphreys; Charles Holly to Standard 6 Calicoesor gains at ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. 49c. regular 69<:. quality, to go at..33c N :.
Dougless D. Peabody. who for the Ethel Edwards: ; Lewis Bishop to Embroideries and Laces. 10 yards %, <: to each 40c Fritiie Scheff 'Belts, black Best $1.50 Black All Silk Taffeta n.J 1 :
Apron Ginghams !
past year has been associated wIth! Emma Mitch: U; Abe Newberry to customer for.. .. .. .. .. ....39s only special for this sale.. .-..25e. 36 inches wide woven guaranteed N i-: !H I ,
the Naval 1 lot of 8c and lOc Embroidery
Consolidated Stores Co., Lou Ivan back
with clean I
W Stamped Pillow Tops selvedge, sweep 'lL:
blackor t
Foster.Births. Best 50c Lace lisle Hose. '
leaves and
for New, Orleans, Beadings Torchon Laces,
to-day ;
w ere he will accept a responsible White-To Chester Sierra and wifea N special} per yard. .. .. .. ....2%c white$5,White on. sale Lawn now Suits for.., 'ofl..!.33eLadies' to for.match. .'. ,.worth. ....39c..and.. SOc.. .each. .25c pxice.$1.i> 1a C J : i::! ;
position with the J. R, Sannders Co. 50 pieces 5c and Sc Embroidery .
Mr girl. rJ sale now for.. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1-95 39c Stamped Center Pieces and :
Peabody'S'many friends will edges and .inser ings, specialfor. (U
reo Colored-To William Blackbone drummers' samples
and .J .. ... .. .. .. ..: .. ...- ..'. Ladles' 90c White Lawn Waists, Dresser Scarfs Clean-Sweep Sale ofCurtains. !P
gret his departure' from_Pasacola. wife, a girl; to Geo. Davidson ant-.' .3:4c. lace embroidery trimmed, in to go at. .. .. .. .. ....19c : ,
Chas. F: Steward, assistant circIfclion -wlfe.-a boy; to John Brown and wlfp, N 120 pieces Fine Embroidery Flounc- this or sa'l".. .. .... .. .. ..;39c One lot of Ladles' Ready-to-Wear X fUu ;
manager of The Journal has re a boy; to U. Oliver and wife a W' ings and.; ndst? lie Hats, SOc value. to go in this/ _. cu 'j
turned from a trip of several weeks toy; toJohn, Thomas and ""wife a -V q.goat.-. .v,, ...-';. .. .. ...81SCy Best $I K H White Bed Spreads sale..6ge sale for.. i.. .. .. .. .. ..... .10e fUI : :
duration in the interests of the toy; to Robert, Debose .and wife a 25c?'and SScjEffibroidery, to go at.l9c to go In this' clean sweep Finest English Long: Cloth, In 12 : 150 PAIRS OF WASHABLE SWISS ; .
Full 10-4 White Bed Spreadsto
J'aper. Mr. Steward covers all te -toy; to' -Willie PhilBps" and wife, a VtWe* ;_wiir offer ,some.temptjng! bar- \ $1.39 'In this clean sale yard pieces, worth $1.50 a piece AND LACE CURTAINS (an agent' ,. ; -. .

tory: served by the Yellow Rive boy.. NdurIgthLs.cIeazi1p Sains Jn.Taland: \ .'Thread Laces for.feo. ... .. .. .. .. sweep.. ,. .. ..98c -special. .. ... >. .. .? ... ....$1.10 ample line) TO GO AT A BIG SAC- <: : 1
railway, ,the U &; N, lines from And: Deaths., : sale,'at-25c; 39s. Best lOc Ink to- at.. ... 5c Ladies' 8c Bleached Undervests, to R1FICE.85c! i L; If li it .
lusa: to Graceville and along the White-John S. Williams, Jr., 34 nJ' 'and; 49c per dozen; 5cjlakTablets, t f go at..3r-c: goat.. .. .. .. .... f......... 5c Curtains, to go now, per pair, ""if; ,
Central ot Georgia.! By his work :the :years,, tuberculosis; Beulah May In15c, a d.ii fine :Printed Lawns inml.endsttjgoIntbis 36inchIlessallne Best Taffeta< go Silk in Ladies: 124c Bleached Under .45c .H t
Itelrf! : covered by The Journal -:Isa. Oglerby. 5 years, (cause not stated.) **t : ul -"per j' vests, limit of 3 to each custom $1 and $1.19 Curtains, to go now, ':. i!!-, f, .
ben materially Increased and by tire Creole-Edmon Garnet' 2 months w yard.-. iv.". ;.'. .:.. =.. I. -.. .... 5ft black on sale and now colors for.; best. .. .$1. .quality. .. .. 65c er, for ... ... .# .. .. .. .- .....25cn per pair for. fjI ; :
appointment 'of a number of not stated. "' ALL OUR F NET, COLORED AWNS "
corresndents :-.(cause > $1.25 and $1.33 Curtains, to go now : .f
throughout the territory ColoredEdwardthgans, 6. days, : AND:ORGANICHES AT- SACRIFICE' Every;: Remnant to Closed Out ii' This Sale Regardless of Cost. per pair, .SOc I : JJ[;I
covered Journal readers will be af lockjaw; Henry Graves; 4S years; accidental Jy PRICES.-! -;, :
forded a wider 'range of Interest ; Hairy Walker.,. 8 months, "* ?tI
All this territory is directly trthaT : oons mPti ll. I t
} to P'rnsaco!& Mr. Steward will ; f' i1 ..
ave .early in July to again go over NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. I[ <}' :I .'
hfa route. On and after' June 30th 1906. our Ii T. LANNON & 11.
fish house'on Palafox Wharf will remain COJI. ,
Engrave this: on your memory: Blue closed"on Sundays. We posl, ,
Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla' extractsare tively will not 'delI either fish or Ice:

the' Best Ever Made." Just try on Sunday i -
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ith household street SALE, corner goods-I Having now of and offer 12th one sold for avenue cow my sale, which residence and my. :f IAUSLEY COMPANY I Russell Sage ,Says of The Summer RAILWAtCOMPANY. f.;: :, 'Jf:,

Week -
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the premises on
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Tuesdays may and Thursdays between the t COMMISSION Train and Electric Car Schedule, .
tours o'f 10 and 12 a. m. C. W. Hag- BROKERS I Savings Bank Habit <. : .1

erman. 19june. I Effective June 19,1906. 0 i .

SALE-iLots 11 to 15, Inclusive, MOBILE.'ALABAMA.M4RBTS. '
von one-fourth'Of blocks 75 in New FU.j Between Pensacolasand' Big Bayou. :
ct Pensacola 200 feet on LaRua: I I "It isthe: foundation of success in business of con- .

street City 137. feet Square on ,17th avenue New < andfronting twoetorr I Private Wires N. Y.., N. 0.. and Chicago. i tentment :in the home, of standing in society. It Lv.6 a.m.Pensacola.9 1p.m. Lv.6:20 Big Bayou.10:30 p.m: : ?. ;;I. t

twelve IBarana room house with basement stimulates industry. I never yet heard of a thrifty 7 a.m. 10 p.m. '1:3011:30 p.13& 1"- .

and att! House Just finished; |. COnON.STOCKS.GRAIN.PROViSlONSandBONDS .i man who'was lazy. It begets independenceandselfconfidence. 8 9 a.m.ajn. 11 p.m.5 '8:30 9:30: i'f. S :, :r.\;

ceilings, wainscoting and .Naval Stores. ." 'J'
hard-finished It makes of lOa..m. '
a man the i individul who 10:30 ; :.: ;"
walls cabinet. '
; mantels two Savannah. Ga., June 30. The naval 1
plastered and Sold for Investment. 11 a.m. 11:33 ; '
i Bought on Margin or : it"Start ;-
all modern conveni practices
bath rooms and stores market closed today a> follows: 12 noon 1:30 ; .,:)
ences. The house has a.southern and WW .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .......510 an account today. One dollar will do it 'You 1 pjn.. 1:30: p.m. y- ; .. j(' .
and Is one of the : : Reference Rrsi! .. .. .. .... .. :-
eastern exposure f :. latlwil aid People! BiakL: Phone 1173 Wfi. .. ; ,490105) 2 p.m. % iO t ,
roost desirable locations in the city, N... ... ... .... -.... 4 70 \lo t 90M. add more dollars and we add four per cent interest 3 pjn. 3'30: :.,;:.'.t
being only one block from the street *>......f.. ..t...>.... 4................*.*.*...* .. .. .. .. .!' .. .. .. .. ..4o compounded semi-annually. You will be surprisedto 3:30 p.m. ', 4:00 -i.x' '
...,. linA-and overlooking the bay and .
I K.4 60I.
see how rapidly account will p.m. 4:30 .: --:_.: "
I Bayou Texar. One-half cash. Apply .. .,,... ., T.. t 45 your grow. 4:30 p.m. 5:00 .. --.y: (
to J. A. Gray 21' and 23 E. Garden St. For Safe. Hi. .. :. .... ... .. .. .. .. ..( 40 '5:00p.m. ::3t.{ .-. : _
jejune. G. to ( 30 '
A Few 1 5:19 pjn. 6:00' -
FOR SALE Good family horse and Special F.. .., .. .. .415 to 4 20 6:00 p.m. 6.SI: _.:
FOR SALE-I am making a limited offer E.-,. ...4 10 6:30 .
buggy; free driver, kind and gentle1. p.m. 1:00 :
on 12 lots In northeast New' City Apply P. O. Bor 597, City. lily D. .....390to395c. FIRST 7:00 p.m. 1:30. S ;:1' ;..
within the town limits and near the :;. .. .. .... .. .. ..350to360 NATIONAL BANK 7:35 p.m. 8:00: A ..{::

Lake VIeW Haven properties with FOR SALE CHJELkP-One Rapid Ben- In. Spirit. -Turpentine 57% cents. 8:00 p.m. 8:30 '.; : '

clear titles and excellent elevation at ;singer Duplicator. The Fisher Real Bargains 9:30 ;.
$720 I offer single lots in the same Estate Agency. ljuly AUfLEY COTS REPORTS OF PENSACOLA.. FLA.W. "Saturday only. : n.
Tidaity! at $60 and $65 per lot on easy .' ( I.

term (This is to the trade of white FOR SALB-Show cases, "wall cases LJvsrpvol. Cotton Market. .H.UHOWIW,Pr.I. W.K.Hnm.JIL,V.-Prw.mad CMM.T. . t ; I
people! exclusively. Elbert A. Clubbs, me.. T. W,Barn aadV..N.ROBERT-Int.'Ohtrt. --- Between Pensacola' 'and 'Fort r
112, City. l3junelxnjiSAL&Thoroughbred and safes. All in first-class condi Real EstateStory rs.-y.b.- ........._..U7r DTKBCTOKir-f.O. Breat. W. A. Blouut. Vf, H. Kao..i.l W. L Brrr,. Jr '
Box tion. Apply to P. Lindenstruth: the .b.-M.'............. 5.68Xar D. O. Break Barrancas. ; .l

horse, :jeweler Pensacola, '29jlm ...A.pr11.-..-.............*.......;._..5.63 Lv Pensacola. Lv Fort Biirancai: f) ,

Sleepy Sam. Apply Pensacola Sta- FOR SALE best of Registered Berkshire and a half dwelling containing Kay-Jeas.:.:::::.. :. ....:..:.:..:.S. .5.8ft 7:15a.m.':50 ajn. SOOa.m.11:00 a.m ''' ft... :

bles. ..24June1AXD hqgs;, ,,. breeding Ask for six rooms with lot 192 ft. Jun..JuIy -.......................,...... 1.8111ll7'.UC'Ut 12:50 p.m. 2:00 :
catalogue. Carl Sett'erlindChipiey. ,. by 384 ft.. running through from ''I ...............-...... .... ....8.78 3:50 6:10 p.m.pjn. : : ,
FOR SALE-Domlngus Grande, F1a. ..r l- i -.; street to.street being In the .,......Sep"IepMaaberOotow' ..,............;..,...... ... 6:20: p.m. 7:00 .: 4;
10 acres and up. This lanc1..jolns FOR SAtB-Male'Jersey call 10 days western suburbs. .. .. $1200, ............ ,. ....... Leo .IV*. 56O3. S 8:30 p.m. :: pjn.-: -. "
the city Will be sold reasonable. old. WUt''deliver at 6 weeks. Address A very desirable building lot on Oitober-Novemb '................ .......&.1$ C.W.UM R.PrtsMtntM. JOHN PFEIFFER, assIstant Clthltr. p.m.- 9:00p.msaturday : ;/ .
Warrantee deeds. Apply to Sallie E. P. 0. Box 478, city. 27junelw w 7th avenue; near Jackson street, .OYetaMr-Deoembeao ......_ ....._ E.CLAEK.Vic! .-Prt id.nt and Cubic J.W._ ANDREWS, A$ itft Ca.hiw. only S S

Cummings. 24Jlw. splendid neighborhood, lot 75 ......... ...............IJil ..

FOR SAL&-5-room': h uei, hall and feet front by 146 ft. deep.,..*9:>0 Liverpool Spots.e 14 THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK ..- .1. ..
Steam train (
SALEHGentteman's joad\hors othe improvements at- ilO N. 7th A. lot on the west side of Tenth leaving Pensaoola at .
Western pony, gentle;: good saddlej Lye; lot lOOxHO'feeti.'rpom: ; on lot I avenue, fronting both Gregoryand New York Cotton MartatOpM 7:15' a. m. will stop between Pensa, .

and driver. Donkey with bran naw for another house. .. ....$1100.00 Heinberg streets, 50 ft. front High! Low Close OF PfNSACOLA, fLA. cola! and Big Bayou only'to take on i-.. .
trap and harness. Hinman & Heck 6-room house, 7th St. and 14th by 156 ft. deep, containing two 1083 10.41 1033 10.40" I DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. passengers for points beyond Big : !

er; Century, Fla. 23may ave. .. ., .. .-. ... ..; .' $1500.00 dwellings sold AT ONCE $1900 March 10.45 10.45 10.45 10.45 CAPITAL STOCK 200000.$ SURPLUS $60.009. Bayou. Steam train leaving Fort Bar. ., t' S
July 1046 10.10 1Q.U 10.8) rancas at 5:10 p. m. will stop between.
S. ,blk. West' .
FOR SALEOce good all-round fami Tract Wi, consisting corner of 220"6 lots- beautiful King- HOOTON & WATSONLeading OetolMr Aarut............JUS MJS 10 1121 sa 19.2 10.88 ,10.52 10.82 DIRECTORS. off Big Bayou passen'gers and Pensacola from beyond only to put: Ii,-
ly horse and harness. One top bug. for Bg .
site summer home. $140.00, December.. .. .. 1044 10.40 1084 10.33 L Frank Bayou. Other .
gy nearly new. One good"wagon. A. Henry Covlngton, RellFy, F. E. Brawner, steam trains will male : !
J. A. WILSON & 00., Salisbury Bldg.: New York I. 10.s0>
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E. 'Turner Bohemia-. Phone 246.iCJunelm. J. M. Pfeiffer W. S. Rosasco C. W. La mar, all stops. Each electric car makes all .'
FOR SALE-Don't fail to etmy I Real Estate, Rental and Bryan Dunwody. T.,F. McGourln J. R.. Sounders stops. f '.

prices. I carry a full. lineof, building Insurance Wheat. A. M. Avery W. ". Milton 0. E. Maura The above schedules and regulations ., ?:. i'; '
FOR SALE-Two fine mUch cows with materiaL. Sash, doors,and' blinds 1 Agency. Oped, Hick Low ousJE1y W.L.C.wthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oertlng subject to change' without notice. I. :'r -
young calves; can be seen at Na a specialty. Joel Fratcr, Baylen SL _..... 81 81H 80S 80" Alex McGowJn C. M. Covlngton, M. E. Clark. :1.'
123 E. Gregory.. C. B. McMillan. 1Iep'-. ..-..IIU 11" 81 ( Local Freight Regulations. '
lOjune. wharf. lljune Corn. Safety (epoSlt boxes lor rest at $J2J8, }IUD tad }JUG the yew. Private aparlm t :.. t. '

Legal Advertisements in connection for the convenience of Qutomers.Four Freight shipped by the 7:15 a. m. .p r
Op a Hlffh Low Ob
TEA DRINKERS ArrENTIONItyou MARINE AND STATIONARiEN.GINES train will be received only for points ...
J.1 ...........62- M l' ,
want a delicious cup of tea, try for sale. Wonder Gasoline Administrator's! Notice of Final Settlement 8ei.f,............ $2i 82% S per cent interest Paid on Tim. Deposits. beyondBig Bayou, and will not be i,.. "
"Our Own" Blendit Is superior to any Engines are the simpliest., strongest in re .estate of John W.; Fra- received later than 7:05 a. m. All .:.. .\'
dollar tea on' the ,markeL Only ..64)q I and best engines pn/the.-market for i ter deceased. New York Stock Market other' Week Day trains leaving Pen '.. '

per pound. A valuable ticket'ta every the money. Send for catalogue. .Ed Notice U hereby given that on Tuesday O,M OOMEoa I sacola not later than 3:50 p. m, carry t'I

package.' New Orleans Grocery Co. B. Banks, Pensacola Phones 1371an' the 7th day of August 1906, at h rn Faolfle..........._ OOoppeT. 64% freight for any point, but freight 'will .. .
Phone 105. Jas';McHugh, .Prop. ; : 577.. ,. ..; -qjunel, 10 .o'dock.Ji,, or as, soon thereafter ......................- Wi gSi( not be received later than 20( minutes t.' :
7jUneI **< i\ cnn be'heard I will L 11. ........ .... .23AbSh.f. .' I before scheduled'departure of trains. '. ; S
AUTOYOBILES.-t 1 as same apply to .......I..i1"'f. \\-l' L' mr.'ftN'GRDilJ PBBMMITT. T>Jt WJtUMM, Vio..Psaimu,. The 9:00 \, >
am agent for the '' a. m. Sunday train may
the Honorable County Judge of Es- : U'\.l: \ .. & ;
.fJB..1......................'h2 B. flli.ENo .A. .CU1Ima
FOR SALE-Finest car-load of horses Pope Mfg. Co,and can..sell yotl autos ( Uik.nT. carry light, perishable freight under 1't f
ever received 'Pn acolav McMi from 'J 500, 0..uD- Ian & Turton, West Intentfencia St. horses to keep up.: They can b. run discharge. from the administration' LO............;1:........'u fi 116SlIrte. I mission. Electric car will not per- fefV '
in sand anywhere.a hors said estate. ..............- ...... 40 OH .tPuuaaoU, Rortd- frei.ght'or of -' I S.'
6june. or packages
can go. L. FRATBR ........_...t.. any description t. ;
i HARRY C.P3 : ..,.. 43)4 *5H) llUJECroR :
h uaB1Po&L / .l ...,....... ,_ except'medicine urgently needed. : i ; :
: typewriter t. U. 8. ...._.I 8489K .0... W.r3gL. Morri Ber. T.B..Welles RZo., Z HUtan. Onra. )
FOR'SALERemlngtOn'" SALE-Ten In Escambia County) Circuty .Court, U.I. pr.f.rr.d.' ............ WH S ..US'NC'JIAIfMctTD : '. : Shippers are requested to..bear these !
"Rem care JournaL 6junelm FOR new; and second A CEIIIJUI. .AN.'lIa regulations In mind, that inconvenience S
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State of Florida. 4ln Chancery. Liz. E.g.-.4. .... .... 85X 84 't ."
FOR SALE-We have a. lot of keg", second hand office safes,., different zie Peak Anderson vs. Charles A. An L.W..............-...........142 1Lt&i. may not be caused. k'- .

suitable for flower pots and other sizes, best makes at .bargain' prices derson. On Monday, the 6th lay of ...............;':....... : 721j 72" These freight regulations subject to r. "
also a lot of whiskey syrup Scarritt Moreno -office East. Government K..P..-............. ..ML "- 89" change without notice. i. i- S
purposes; August, A.D., 1906, the defendant, .
SL 'mar ......... ..
C. K.T.O -
1754 further
and ther barrels which! suitable Al Any information regarding J-!
are I Charles Anderson
is '

for packing crockeryotsh.and.curei: J'Ol\,SALE-, WUr=-Se !>nd. hand.,. S ,H., P.boller. appear to th 'blll filed, against required him ]CAa.Pao..t1.(. ..................d.............!.........14334 183 ., mi 131 City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds. had passenger and freight schedule can be ._?I '1 .
meat?. We buy all kinds of barrels sell cheap. Apply to herein. This order to be published P.O 89 89H by applying to the general office ;

and re-cooper and clean them. Supply -: New; Method Laundry ISAprll once" each'week for eight (8) consecu: .'D'G... :........._......... 121" 120% Denomination 1000.00 each. DaUa January 1st, 1906. Maturing January of the company.. :! I '

always on hand.' ,If you: needan: ;: i tive 'weeks In The Pensacola Journal, ...p .......:.......;. ........ In 171 let, 1936. Redeemable an. 1st, 192 6. Interest Payable SemiAnnually.WE Passengers are earnestly requested $; .{ '
barrels,.or have any for sale ring. us i HO'TELS.t a newspaper published in said Escam-L I...................,......... 6' 32% promptly report to the general S
up. Phone 235', residence phone 691. I bia County. A. JL McMillan, Clerk I.B........_..;.....,"... ...... 84* 88J OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT T*) PRIOR'.SALE. IN office any Inattention to duty or discourtesy '
Pensacola Cooperage Co., Geo. A. Circuit Court By L. G. D. T.aL........_........ ... uo% uo141H on the part of employees and Pf .i
Vucovlch. Pres., No. 9 S. Alcanlz. EAST PASS ThQ place tor a vaca C. Pensacola Fla Aymard. P.nns... .................... 128;& 1:5% AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASE" to make specific criticisms of service. : :. c
i tion. Good (fishing and bathing, cool May 25. 1906. v.P .........__ ...... 14214 JOHN W. LEADLEY :: i i' '"
ITmaylm. (Seal) .
i and shadyL.Sood..board: reasonable Manager. '
The Bank.of Pensacola }
FOR SALE-A lot or old newspapers.Put rates. Tot particulars"apply to I* D. Peoples :
up in bundles convenient for I Woodward or I... Destin. Destlc Fla. Ausley & Co.'a Daily Cotton Letter. '

carrjin'g. Only five cents per bundle. : ljulylm* MAN New York, June 80.-Liverpool fail Pensacola, Fia. Pensacola St. Andrews and ).4-i fl ;
Apply this office.
i COMMERCIAL HOTEL, DeFunlak, Where will you and the maid ed signally to meet the advance on
CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton' & I newly fur this .side yesterday and closed at unchanged Gulf
Fla.-New management; (Madam) and the Kiddies spend the Steamship Go. ::
Watson have just received a large I nished; free bath and sample rooms; summer? prices on contracts while ,_Du ....:' -----4 ---.i .: .1 ( :

supply of the latest city maps, showingall I good meals and good beds. Traveling .take'a spots were up' ,4 points. The English STEAMER TARPON. ; .J
of subdivisions. The Why not flyer (Our Flyer) .. ; :
the '
maps are men especially solicited. Rates f 2 market was due 4 to 5 point
official and down to date and are I. per day. Mrs. M." H. Stanley, Prop. to the finest Summer Country in the higher. An easier feeling character. two The Benefits Modern Plumbing W. G. BARROW. MacUfW ;' ,'J I: :. ;
Bracing and InvIgorating FIRST-CLASS PASSSNGEB ANn '
mounted on heavy Regular 29may. ; Ized our markets on the opening due : {.
price. $.iO special price lots of Colorado.It to the cables. S C4tpaS apI. FREIGHT BEHVlCBBetwsaa {> '
; on easier
PARK HOTEL-Way pay. |2.50 per only takes day. Leave St.. Louis One of the most generally approved ideas or 1,' S
a : ,,
fife or more to agents or"real State Miss Giles 1'1''out with a report : t .. ,
men. Hooton & Watson. 8maFOR and day bed when.for you 50c.can Coolest get as good place room in on the Missouri Pacific at 9:00 a. m.. placing the condition of the crop two 1i modern plumbing is>that of installing one-piece PENSACOLA MOBILE. APALACHK f.-,'i:
The next'morning early (
SALE OR RENT-Two lighters; Pensacola.. ; Special, rates toy the week Colorado. you are jioints better. We are inclined' to & S lavatories, supplied with hot and cold running water, in the steeping COLA CARRABELLE. 8T. ANDREWS ): ,
one with capacity for 75 thousand ft. r or.,month. >One block frompostbfflce. Living Is Cheap. Write for description vor no the knowledge views of,of,the any'latter material as we have de apartments and dressing chambers of the individual members of the MILLVILLL .[ .
lumber the other thirty thousand capadty. 22may. ri all point on St. Andrews ;_ .
pamphlet-list of Boarding Housesetc. I terioration. The New York Journal And Bay, :. :
Rates reasonable. Also two ho oId. Carrabella and Aoaacnlcola.SCHEDULE .
OLD MILL INN-on bay front. Opens of Commerce gives Texas a favorable : .
fkiff boats for sale cheap 22 f(. long, I 'June- ljs large;airy and delightfully LOW RATESTo 2- t. : (
report the drough having been rslleved. .
5 ft. beams. Telephone or write J. A. cooL Good fishing, bathing and Denver,.Jul 9th to 14th, account, ., Orop accounts can hardly b'> At first thought this idea may appear to be luxurious to some Leave Peoucoia Sunday. 1:39 .ga. : i I :." :
Chnffin & Co.. Milton Fla. 25mar: First .class .table. On ele for Mobile, Ala. :. S
boating. meeting B. P. O. Elks. Improved on anthere is already ponsbtitchenrS3. ,
FOR SALE-Nice. clean 014 newepa- tile car line 15 minutes tide from city. To San Francisco, June 24th to:! sufficient rainfall to do away with apprehended benefits ; Leave Penucola. .Tu,da", ':'0 f.: -
boarders'' ,and transients. are for St. Andrews, MlUvUfc, ApTlac'aicola ; .-:: i
pers at are cents a bundle. This. ofee. Regular July 6th. drouth 'at least for the IlL,
Terms reasonable. Address Old' Mill To Colorado and Salt Lake City all I early half of July. ; made apparent, it Carrabelle and I&tMtnedi&u f', l' :.
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Pene cola. Fla. 4mayBROWN pol&U.
It seems that there is an organized 'wilibe found
REGULAR LINE summer. information I .
HACK -From Chip- additional apply t l: i :
HOUSfi-7-DeFuniak Springs. i. E., REHLANDER; effort on the part of the bulls to corner ..- I i J. B. ;
ley, making connections, with mall to modern BAUNDXRStE. ; : J
launch for points on SL Andrews bay. Good beds., airy Brooms, elegant Trav. Pass Agt. 'Chattanooga; Tenn.. the remaining few days of the: necessary R. COBB, Pr < ". .,'
Extra teams for traveling men. Good meals; free bath and sample rooms. July poitslon and thus force sympathetic I 'IiVi g. One- Gen. Fit. and Pus. AgVFcnsacola. ; i .-. .
horses Special attention to traveling men. action on the part of the fall na.tBHt -
comfortable vehicles/ Call on I 5 piece : ;:. i:
: J- .R. Brown and winter months believing small
$2.00 pet'day a
or address J. C. Sinclair,'Chipley Fla. Rates ROUNDTRIP SUMMER\ the I 1 '
Prop. advance In these positions would throughout i "
Telephone No 74.
shake out the weak short holdings .
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES and: Iionie'arelntheL : .
FOR SALE-Economize by purcha end perhaps bring about higher valUe 1 HAUTE RR1111,1:11W
-Before laying your carpet or matting I
lug choicest of lots on East'HUl at buy& supply of old newspapersto CONVENTION RATES !. On the other hand the bears are .. S 5 first: place, a mark ? t. i

silo per lot, no present need of paying put underneath and protect it. Only ; willing this should be done for they I 'of refinemeni.-:- S :
MOO per lot and $750 for a 30; foot five cents bundle at this office. Round trip summer excursions from do not like this weak following and t': .i ir j ,! j
a ;
strip of barren sand. Three beaut all points east to Pacific coast. and 'could Increase their! lines at much r \ S ,k,scccsidilicydircct. Hi. ',
till sites of five lots each at $1500 for FERRELL\.HOTELrr9iieads. Florida. northwest from.June 1 to September higher price for they are firm in the ,I \ I constant. attentionto ,
each quarter block; not over 100 yds. Rates $%.00 per day Nice rooms 15, with special! stop-over privileges, belief, that they can buy the actual I I 'S 'I t
from electric car line. A. V. Clubbs. good beds table- the best. J. M. Fer- good returning October 31, 1905.' cotton in December at a much lowe I' \ thetoSetand. CHICAGOnpfreHMrt ; I
Sjune. 'eli Prop. 17aprH N. JE. A., meeting at Los Angeles price 'than that option is now gelling I .,4 promotecleanli- r
-- VERNON Rates-$2 day. : 'deliver the heavy short Interast i
.JTEL per July 9-13. .. on -m -tbWthey !
FOR S.\LE-For sanitary purposes i Special rate by week. Special .at. Elks meeting at Denver, Colo, July they have put out. I
we have in stock Ground Hydrated tention to traveling' men. Free sam- 16-21. : :Aside from shorts covering xre can S avoid the bcon- ./1 .

Tennessee Lime In strong paper bag. I ple room. Mrs J. 'Po Mauldin, Prop. Summer rates to Colorado June 1 see no sustaining element in the..cot- I of having to dress In order to reach the bathroom, possiblyto f .. t
40 lbs. at 23 cents at ware house. A. iSapr. to September 30. .ton market Should the bureau run a a .ven ence. .1

V .Clubbs, corner Gregory' and AIcatiz. !: HOTEL. SOUTHERN, -Open all the Hotel Men's Convention. Portland high as 86. It win dispel all illusions I find it already occupied. : i : t .
._ 8june American'and European Ore. June 2528. as to the cheapness of the new crop *NsidUi: ii.
_._____ year. plan. ih:
Special summer-rates: ,First-class.: In Use the splendid through service months. Should It be under the last Call. write or phone for a copy of booilet "Modern Lavatories".which ; I -

FOR tows SALE-Herd with fine Jersey dairy every- respect., Pleasant and convenient of the' Southern Pacific from New Orleans oneit will hardly be command confidence of- I Li : shows: the complete,line of "taadard" One-piece Lavatories, U1A .,
it.will contradictory
well established milk as
Mrs, T: I*. Bowen, Prop. Pen : Union Pacific from, K psasCitT' i.
route Business NO competition. Cows and sacola. Fla.. '_ _-. __ l5aprcTR&ITHOTECHIPLEYOp. or Chicago. the general interior.tenor of. advices received with tpprcodmate.price* in deuSL :There: arc none as good. BlRMl- tHAM > .
first class condition. Apply from the
Through Pullman tourIst' cars from ? ij TqTTfg,
fc \. Taylor, Century Fla. 3junelm. blocks have acted very much as innlcated S '
Washington Atlanta.
; Montgomery .
aM ,
: depot Large wellighted In .our letter of yesterday. The WICKE & CO.
etc., and from St. Louis and ..
TEA sample room. at : ;
DRINKERS ATTENTION. rooms. California. firmness early gave ple: to decide : ;
you want a delicious cup of tea. try all hours. SpeclalaU.elltlOn to traveling easiness prices in. some Instances ,- -
fc Write me for literature 'and'Infor.
our $2.00 per day. J. M.= Tug- -S
Own" Blend it Is superior to any : men. mation. breaking the low of yesterday Q !
to.lar tea on the market Only SOm ,,"': gle. Prop. 13marlm J. F. VAN We can only reiterate our former -
pound. A valuable ticket In every CHIPLEY HOTEi J.-\an.. Setterllnd: ( General statements and that is the market \i: {

Ic"ge. New Orleans Grocery Co. Prop. Special attention' to commer. 124 Peachtree St-., Atlanta.Agent GaIt in process of liquidation and; bulges I .. rI '
'"tone 105. Jas. McHugh Prop. cial travelers. .Free sample and bath O. BEAN. T. P.. A. should 'be take advantage of a?! L&N-L&T.H.andC.&E.L
ouae Large.roomswith good bed sales at such time In our oplulouwPlyield ( VItlkl TII"'VII Tral. Daily :
rooms. O. W. ELY. T. P. A. 2 2
-I1 23maSALE. J $2 per day.' ISmarlia good profits,: i THE JOURNAL DELIVERED: NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO
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.-improved ana unimprov- BAT HOTEU Opeaigat! and day. I # JEW 08LEASS TO CHICAGO SLI4.Vi57TyF4L .
el property In all parts of the city European- plan: Booms -Ught and Hf. Chas. A. Green, representing A. Only half the quantity is' required
J Ii A._Wihon & Co. Real Estate Agent clean. Transient trade solicited. K. Hawks* of Atlanta is In :the citj of Blue Ribbon Vanilla Extract.. It Is; : :
J1 7. Salisbury building. PhoniHJau .,n..ns's.. aIaZoL.3tL. S., Nleolao.Prop. If In need Pharmacy.of glasses call on' Mm atHooton's so counts.pure and strong that every drop, CARRIER. IOC. ,

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'" CURRIED BOY'SIDlING OM'INS women approach with :!

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f A' MOTHER the' pain and horror of ,!t : !>
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child-birth. The thought '.- ': }
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J-;: of the suffering and danger in store for her, robs the expectant mother .. .: ; ,: ...;:

of all pleasant anticipations of the coming event, and casts over her ," ,'.: .
. "7 shadow of gloom which cannot be shaken off. Thousands of women ': : '!i '

; I have found that, the use of Mother's Friend during pregnancy robs :.f r ,: :
FOURTH confinement of all pam and danger and insures safety life of mother .." -

and child. This scientific liniment is a god-send to all women at the .. ,
"- time of their 'most, critical trial. Not only does Mother's Friend :: 'f
;, carry women safely through the perils of child-birth, but its usa i:' "

... trJ Circulation Department Has Ar- gently prepares the system for the coming event, prevents "morning : J ,
,, Y5 s4 -c sickness," and'other discomforts ..

J y r tR l ranged Excursion and Picnic 'I' of this JC od. ..O..LMr-R'S t ,I' .
Sold all at
by druggists ;"'; t
(for Its Employees. $1.00 per bottle. Book i" '. .

: It's no wonder the past ''week's 'sales have 'been so remarkable' containing valuable information free. r-RI., r-.... : I "
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The circulation department of The The Bradfield Regulator Co..Atlanta.Ga. .. ,- : ,

when; we are offering such. inducements at this season :of the year just Journal for its has employees planned a on splendid the glorious holiday jr a .";:. ,

the time when needs add their wardrobe for fourth., A launch has been charteredto ** '
I t everyone something to to convey a party, of 40 to a point _HOTELS AND SUMMER RESORTS._ < ;., "

vacation .and outing. across the bay where bathing may besafelY' NOW FOR THE BANKS OF THE BEAUTIFUL TALLULAH. %* : .
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'. indulged fishing is said to be "JAn
of the sportiest, where there is lots THE. : LODGE > ,
.. or shade and a level place for sport '
... and above all where a cook who has up-to-date Hotel with every convenience that ingenuity could suggest; 1ii'or :
i been provided for the occasion can money command, will be open June the 10th. For rates etc. address :r : ;_" -
attend to the' cravings of the Inner

Straw Hats Emory and Monarth 16 :nr OFF boy.There' are thirty-two boys engagedin J. C. S.TALLULAH TIMBERLAKEi LODGE. GA. ." ';"::''..- ':' 1

I delivering The Journal to subscribers '
is Someof t; ,
every morning it : printed. _
Ulese HUll fellows carry as many a<
i 150 papers each and deliver some of : :
ThIs Seuon's Blocks. Oil..,all them to points three miles from the '0'
heart of have worked
town. They ,
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faithfully and well during the heat and
cold and pestilence. It isn't any great .. ; i
'I erUnderWear' fun to get out of bed at 3 a m., trudgeto 'f
20 : t OFF 80 cents Each. Sum work before'sunup, carry a load of ELEVATION FROM 2. 50 TO 5,000 FEET. ."ir f

papers and rolling each one of them Goregous Mountain Scenery, three magnificent lakes countless 4 .4' '

Into a convenient shape for throwing beautiful! waterfalls, pure and bracing air; trout fishing In streams '.
hurl them at the targets that nearly ;
lakes boating, bathing, horse back -,
va three'thousand front doors make. But and riding driving mountain : f" ,
these little soldiers of the early' hours climbing .and all indoor amusements. :,:"r J .:
I enjoy it,and will. on the nation's natal l .l '
'. day get together and enjoy a treat at FIVE- CHARMING HOTELS. r- t

suits 8 Pants $2.00 the hands of the paper they serve. TOXAWAY INN,.Lake Toxaway| 'FAmFI IID INN, Lake Fall'1' ,
$10.00 Boys'andChuldren's j2.50 ,, There are more boys in the mailroom I. H. 'A1K "r', Manager. field. W. H. & ,C. A. MARTIN ". ::;. '
who have the task of wrapping, Managers.SAPPHIRE ,
12.50 Suits 10 3.50 Pants .80 counting,,addressing;! and otherwise I THE FRANKLIN, Brevard.. A. INN, Lake Sapphire of '. _' 'j .
preparing* for the mails another' like, L&MEORN, Manager. HUGH. 'WILLIAMS, Manager. '
number of Journals. It may not be ;: i,
15.00 Suits2 CLOTHING 4.00 Pants ::3.20 known to the general pUblic that The. THE LODGE, Summit of. :Mt. Toxaway. :Mrs. FATTON CRISP, Manages t"I"; 'i."(. '
Journal places in the proper sacks -1. '
nearly all the ,papers it sends out by I The hotels are'modern, and are noted for perfect service. Address :;: : ; '

17.50 Suits .'. 14 : 5.0Q Pants, 4.00 matt la the mall room is a regulation either hotel for rates. .'' ,-J. ..
United States mall sack rack accommodating -
For descriptive booklet and general. Information address .. .; '

20.00 Suits 16 20 cirri Discount ,6.00 Pants 4.80 and here, the over mall a attachees dozen mail distribute bags- JOHN C. BURROWES, Pres., .J'i'+ ,' '"
; the packages direct to the proper! The Toxaway Hotel Co. 4... __ :J,_ '
bag. It would be impossible for these Special rates Toxaway Inn during June Lake Toxaway, N. C. :; j,,
to be dispatched by the local : "
,' ..; postoffice without, the assistance of: J.. :.: :: \
these >boys. They: have knowledge of:
These are Unusual Prices ,for: the'kind Merchandise. we carry. nearly every postoffice in the state of: :
Florida and of many in all parts of:
Remember the sale closes July 14. the country and in fact of the world :
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and accomplished can tell malt-clerk as readily whether as the most Pine WE CAN TEMPT YOUR APPETITE 1

Log"Flails,""Chlpley,dis" or a "sack
STANDARD CLOTHING CO.. 4 shoot." ,.,

No'one-wants'to'face a Journal collectorwhen !- YOU, WILL GIVE US t 1'
L ,' .. he his Spent his last dime + t
for fireworks-or Is saving it for a picnic HALF CHANCE.

',' : ," .,. Ff or"'a ball game. The collectors j h
won't work that day except to see that ;
prospect., The little girl stated that the papers are distributed but wIll 1 We have the goods to do 'It with and ..: '
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ABDUCTION( ,LITTLE .WILL3EJ1ERE join the boys in their holiday. And<
THE: OF refused' to make' new : ( those solicitors who may be in the our prices are tempting to the pocketbook ;; 1.1 ,

clothing lor Viol and"advised hernotto UNTIL city win celebrate: -the day with the : too. Both appetite and purse-need .. f ,:
change what she bad. j MONDAYDr. rest:
MISS VIOLA ,JULIA P NTON Viola Penton told, a. representativeof A word to the boys' parentsYourboy tempting these warm days, so you need
will be perfectly'safe on this oc in business. We have some fresh ,
The Journal jthat she wished to correct us your ,
that ., Green. t representing.: l : A. K. casion. None of The Journal men are and fine Beechnut Butter in 10 and } :
an Impression some
persons Hawked.of,Atlanta.,, who has been at other than, a gentleman. There will very ; .
Her lathe= was armed :with a shot have that she had beencompelled< by be nothing than coffee or \ Beechnut Beef in 15 and 25c
Hboton's Pharmacy for the past few stronger 20c: jars. jars. ; "
Child in Possession of.Her and a pistol aid spoke as If he : :.
Again gun trouble with someone. her grandmother to work beyond her days, will complete} his enegagemen lemonade to drink. The launch selected Beechnut Bacon in 25c jars. 't ,'
expected : strength in the City Hotel conductedby here;tomorrow,,and those who are de- is a" safe! one and the skipper ;as ft1'r ; -
Grandmother After Rather The little girl says her father drove. her grandmother in Milton. She: sirous of purchasing reliable eyeglasses safe as his craft ,Capt. Edmundsonwill
toward Lockhart and reiterated hiJ said she was never made towork.but] or who are contemplating an have the party in charge. Your .
ExcitorgExPelience. statement-that be'would be'back to that at times when servants were; examination of their eyes cannot afford -boy wants to "go and we Want him to -I -
Florala win her in twenty minutes, scarce she had helped her grandmother to miss this opportunity. Every go. There are men in the party who : ; !
but that,he drove ,rapidly past Lock and the neighbors knew It and', one knows that Hawkes's glasses are are good swimmers and If your boy: EAST HILL GROCERY CO. i? ; y
BY HER FATHER ban and out: ,into ,the country. Viola scmeone whose eyes were prying inj the best made, and there Is every rea- gets in the water -we'will be careful ,
SP.RITED: AWAY .says she noticedsigns along the roadside her father's Interests had started this with'him. W'wUl see to It that he:
] son why those needing glares should : "J'
) Phone 2f2.If.. F. BOWES, Manager. ;;
AND TAKEN TO ANDALUSIA' bearing the'name "Andalusia"and report She declared indignantly that avail themselves of Dr., Green's presence -does.not overheat nor over eat The I : J J
that when she asked her father, "Grandma never made me work In the! here.MUSICAL'. Glorious Fourth comes but once this . : ; :
AGAINST HER WILL-STORY OF I why he was driving that way and begged hotel.- year-next Wednesday.. Journal boys i ;
him to return with her to Florala, It is a matter of interest that two PROGRAMME are going to enjoy it. . :
he told her 'that, he was driving to- traveling men' who had made their j ,
ward Florala then: 'He explained the home at the City Hotel OJi'several occasions MAR'ME! BAND THE SMILE
JOURNAL REPRESENTATIVE. I signs by ,declaring'that boys had put, saw the girl in her travels, that won't come off appears on baby's You Have Malaria ]
them up as, a joke, She says her with her father and.. tried in everY- war' face after one bottle of W;iite'w Cream p JJ
father made' a threat to take her to possible to help her escape from him.- 'Electric Vermifuge the great worm medic'ne:
Special ta The Journal. I Texas and said that if' she did not The father is said to have lost his,pistol bandmaster: .; 'Winy not keep that smile on baby's "l l"::",
ILlton; June 30.-3Bss Viola Julia stop screaming he'would see to it that in his flight to Andalusia 'but he; 1. March-:Stars and Stripes For- face. If yw keep this medicine on ; .j'
Fenton: is again In the possession oi she never saw her grandmother again. carried the shotgun to. the end of the ever. Sousa. hand, you will never see anything else i.;'
her grandmother, Mrs. A. S. Harrison, About '9 o'clock that' ,night they chapter. J 1? Overture William TelL Rossi. but smiles on hU face:' "My baby 4 r.I
la Milton |I reached Andalusia\ and went to the Mrs Harrison has an Indenture, dated ni. was' peevish and fretfuL Would not r/ / -- ;,- ,' dj C i"
The story of, the abduction ,as told (DCckson hotel Mr-\ Penton had made January 29, 18S4 in ,whfca' the.! 3. Medley--Popular Airs. OUare eat and I feared he would die;. I used WILL CURE YOU .' ,r t"i'
by the little girl reads like a 'chapterj some purchases of,'cloth for the making child, Viola Julia, then an Infant of, 4., Grand American Fantasie.- a bottle'of 'White's'Cream Vermifuge a. i ;:; r :
from a story book.. She, > of new dresses for, his daughterbut seven months. Is formallytransferred Hecker. and he has not, had a sick day since. I! I CUBES ri E1k t" ; i
last Monday afternoon at Florala her the little' girl positively refused to to her care and keeping until she Is', c 5., Selection-King Dodo. Ludera. Sold by all druggists. y r t
lather came after her to go for a drive, have any alterations made in her at sixteen years of.age. In this deed the; 6. Hisserere from. II Trovatore. LIVER TROUBLES :! f ,
as told :by The Journal, and that he tire. From_ Andalusia ,they, went to father b'nds: 'himself not to interfere Verdi THE ORIGINAL. ,
promised to return her to her grand- Troy and thence to Dothan. Here with the little girl in any manner. It I 7. Mcdoud: -.:Comic Fantasie. Cl Foley & Co.. Chicago, originated BEST FOR fl..rl': ,
mother in twenty minutes. The drive Viola's stepmother interfered, with I is said that when he surrendered hia t meal Honey and Tar ae a throat and lung :
gas made almost direct to Her father's the assertion that unless her husband 1 daughter to her grandmother at Flo 8. 'American\ PatroL Ufeacoaxn. remedy;and on account of 'the great CONSTIPATIONGUARANTCCO. 9 '!
saloon: where soda water was provided returned the 'girl to her grandmothershe I'' rala he tried to secure from Mrs. Har merits and popularity of Foleya ,: ,'
as a treat and while this was being would take her to Florala herself.. rison a promise to move 16 some pointin Honey and Tar many Imitations are cft i.:: I : itr
enjoyed Terry Penton- partner of the It seemed that Mrs. Penton was aware I Alabama where he might be nearer THANKS. offered for the genuine. These PRICE 50 CENTS : ':-
girl's father drove up with a double of the inquiries"leading ,to, the aopre*1 his little gIrt Viola declares'* she tam, thankful to the .Modern Workmen ] worthless imitations have similar t "
team and Viola was lifted into the sec hension of.-the, father and she did not would not live with him, "for a million1 I of the World for check that I received sounding names Beware of them. ALL DEALERS. ___ : f/! : '
from the home office for 20.00, 's and.Tar -'---
ond buggy and driven rapidly away. wish to be a party' to the trouble in dollars. The genuine Foley Honey w
paid on, June 23, 1906, through our Is In a yellow package. Ask for it
faithful organizer, Henry R. Wentworth -and reuse any substitute. It la the NICK'S RESTAU.RANTSDOING
i h as: -dropped a scantlen on my best remedy for coughs and colds.W. FINE BUSINESSNick :
foot ou the 31st day of May and was I ., ,A,.. D. mberte. druggist and OldHickoryWhiskyMy i k t
tied op for two weeks and not able to apothecary. Apostle Is very proud of his
WE INVITE INSPECTION" do anything, and I tell you It come In volume of business so far this sum rt: '
aS ,RsL7fr 2r that order,and I cheerfully recommendit < CASES AND, much larger,than It has ever been In
Absolute Cleanliness, in Preparation of Food Products for,its promptness to me and SAFE&- APPLY ,OR ADDRESS P, a similar period before. He attribute
AH fully recommend it to any one UNOENSTRUTH, THE JEWELER, this, however,' to the fact that many -
w 4s Vitally Important to wants to join a good fraternal cheer-I PENSACOLA, FLA. Improvements )have been made? ,recently "
as they_ do all they promise in both places but particularly in
r the laboring man's friend. The man the new place-:at Nick's No. 2 stand I Pure Old Rye & Bourbon fj!
that lives up to our' constitution will --'whichhass. recently been convertedinto
FAMOUS A.B.C.ST.. LOUISBOHEMIAN be a good>d citizen and a good Christian. A Little'Better a perfect paradise. The place is
,This order's increase for 1945 was $1.- now as comfortable as it can tie. There Fine Wines Beer-
50,500, and I hope that they may Laundry WorkIi are lots of electric fans electric lights, ,.
double it this year and that God may pure food, cooT drinks, fine cigars and
bless and prosper them and our faithful -I enough better to make a good coffee. Nick,U a genius.when it and Tobacco.
: organizer,' Henry R. Wentworthlnthe change worth .while. and THE comes to catering and the person who
.4 BEER rood work. I hope that we maybe STAR work is certainly little can not be satisfied either of 'ck'.
dl. 500 strong January 1. IS 07. Call on: better ,than second"best and places stands a poor chance of being'
its entire *t brewing and bottling comes in contact only with him at his office 28% S. Palafox very much better than the ordinary suited any where on earth. TOck la
# throughout tin lined and process enameled surfaces. It is brewed in scrupulously clean copper street- oid armory hall room 1, phone I -wori turned out by most progressive and deserves! the. liberal. ,
ceps' through block tin enameled steel tanks where it i. aged and 776. We hold a meeting in the same laundries. Try us on 'your next patronage he Is receiving
veSsels eyed, then for at piped least sir months::then piped again through block tin pipes to tight ; hall next Friday night 7:SO. Come In parcel of soiled linens, and Morris Dannheisser f(
r' lga machines,; tt filled off intolthoroughly cleansed and stern zedbottles. between now and then. : whether shirts collars, cuffs, or CAR BROKEN OPEN AND
I* N. aANUERS, I ladles dainty lingerie, we'll WATER MELON STOLEN I
WE USE ONLY--THE-FINESTCRADE,; OF IMPORTED BOHEMIAN HOPS' No.,6 S. 12th Ave.i guarantee satisfaction. A freight carr containing a quaatitj (Formerly of Dannheisser Bros.) tt
of water melons,owned by Mitch Ja-
GUARANTEED TO BE ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM Magnolia Temple, No. 4. The ,Star Steam coby. was broken open, some' time gT i ii

AND PRESERVATIVES ,t Rathbone Sst: .rs will have a special -! during: Friday"Bight at the corner of "- i
ADULTERANTS. .,.: meeting! Tuesday July 3, at, %::::01 Laundry. Tarragona and Zarragossa'lItreets. s.
The car arrived in the city. too late
m. All members are requested to
Osierici Bleb JlDUis 1 FLA' p be present as there win be importantbusiness. E- harden 8L Phs 114. In the evening for the' melons to be I I' 12 W. Zarragossa: St.-
Distributor : unloaded, and: uriar ,thflt night someone
N. COLORING, ,....'!A
himself couple
helped to a
& t\-: ". .r" MBS. F. M. SMITH.M. R.. & ,c. dozen of them. .]l Pensacola Florida j jr :

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!apt. Frank Sams Had It ,in His Figures for Fiscal Year Ending& ; ; :

Power by Reason of Prox MILLION TOBE i I For the First Time,w-With.History Sessions ', I TO I SHOT Last Night Show Big Gain '\ 4 4in .:;' .;

Closed the '
ies Hed.SUBMRGD! .. Commerce. : i :: ':, i :
: Fiscal Year.IMPORTANT ,


;> .'l-, :Appropriations by :Congress During B I LL$,r ip'f flap( an Added ,Starter, Cap- f' : .

Sale! by y Trustees Was in Accordance i Sessions Aggregate tures Advance Stakes at I Total Value for First Month this 4f.Year ; .c';.

$880,183.301. Pure Food Meat Inspection and v SheepsheadBay. ;' ,
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With the Law.
$3,203,385.PCNSACOUA : .
-- Temperature Reached 92 Degreesin ,Rate Legislation! Ratable.!) ? For Past 18 Months Employed :,:: ;, :

By Associated Pre$ '
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WESTERN UNION STILL MONOPOLIZES Metropolis of( the Empire "Washington By Associated, June 50.-Chairman 1 New York, June 30.-""Before twen- Bodyguard and Took Precau- RAPIDLY COMING TO y'THEFRONTASALEAD1NGPORT '" 1.

TELEGRAPH: FACILITIES I "* Tawney of the house appropriation!I THESE THREE .MJYJWILt* MAKE tywfive thousand people and closing; :;{F { ::' ,.,
State. i!I tions Against Surprise.
terrific burst of Flip
total speed
committee, said to-night thai ths .
ALONG A. C. I L.-MIS' CLE.MHAMPTON -- appropriations of every nature made Flap', an added starter at thirty to FOR THE EXPORT OF ALU \\i : t ,.

TOURING EUROPE- CONGRESS ,NOTABLE ERROR one. won the fifteen thousand dollar CLASSES OF GOODS COM tt._ '
HOTTEST( DAY, OF' THE YEAR RE. by congress during this session aggregated CIVI'L I i Advance stakes .a mile and three DEFECTIVE CLAIMS! THAT THAW \

SUMMED TRAINING: SCHOOLS 880183301. The excess ,IN SUNDRY BILL DISCOVjERED |furlongs at Sheepshead Bay to-d3t PLETE; FIGURES FOR THE FISCAL tf', ,r
k CORDED IN ATLANTA-MANY, over the appropriations made at the m'CK TIME CJ 1 r with Whimsical at two to one, the DOGGED HIS VICTIM PERSISTENTLY .. ." '
TEACHERS AT TALLAHASSEE favorite, and Quail at twelve YEAR. !
FOR ; second
PROSTRATIONS last session Is more than accountedfor -MBS. THAW WILL TELL I ., .
IN PHILADELPHIA to, third. Time 2:17 4-5, within .
one, :< .
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by th, isthmian canal, the statehood TIFIED. '
cue-fifth of the record made Irish .
SCARCITY OF ICE CAUSE bill and construction of new .->; ,. by TKRILUNG: STORY IN DEFENSEOF C!.'' .i _
4t' Lai1 In the same race two years 1905-$15.n5.009.: '. :
OF SUFFERING: : IN 'BALTIMORE.I buildings, aggregating more than sixty I' HER HUSBAND.' 190$-418,432,931. i, f' \"'

By Jefferson Bell. ; three million dollars to, which By Associated Press >_ These figures; ten the story of Pen.: ': ',1.
Tallahassee June 30.-To Captain should properly be added five millions Washington, June 30.-For th&first: s sacola's progress In exports for the .F'.' '.', 1.

frank Sams, -whose sense of fairness By Associated Press. I for the relief of ;the San, Franz: time inthe history of jthis government MANY SHRINERSWILL By Associated Press. above' years and the three mUUoa .. '" '1 ,
30.-'rhe'lntense conaressdj urned on :the day which Ii New York, June interesting dollar increase of the fiscal year which t; .
prevented him from voting the proxies -heat New here June caused'enhi' deauis Cisco sufferers. closes Ihe fiscal year. Some Interest. sidelights were thrown On the Thaw-I ended last night, shows that the progress .' f.t.. 1
he held'at the meeting of the What tragedy to-day by a private detective has been rapid,, and that the port ; .
State Committee in Jacksonville reently before two o'clock this afternoon and f ling features .marked the end'.whi' ll who declares he was employedby I is rapidly coming to the front as one ', ', .! ."
many prostrations. Light.relief came I finally came when less than a quorum White as a bodyguard for morethan of the leading ports for the exportation .i
:! when. tha Hecker resolution with a breez and the, temperature RI RIor : VISIT8REWTON
SMALL NUMBER :was'in, either house, as many senators a year before the shooting. The of all classes of goods. "- [; i
was before the committee belongs' slowly dropped to 87 from 92 degrees and representatives, believing rIjurn.t detective says that White undoubtedly The figures show the valuation of I r: :'
the doubtful honor of having saved intact feared for his life and took minute the articles shipped from the port. :' -1 '
the primary system. Whether HOTTEST ,DAY' OF THE, ment had come early' in the dart made* precautions against surprise; that The items were mostly lumber and ? :_ ;.t. '
arrangements: to leave, in the afternoon { equally ingenious plans were taken .'
Captain Sams deserves the thanks of YEAR: IN ATLANTA timber cotton tobacco phosphata .. ", .
STRIKE and did ,not remain for the closing by Thaw to keep track of White's rock, kainit, shuttle-blocks coal etc. ." ,

the people or not is, debatable, for Atlanta Jun' 3r(;-This was the scenes movements i The year's business came to a close 1' ...'
there are many who would gladly go 1 The detectives says that White I : :l' .
hottest day 'of the year in this section An error in the sundry civil'apprO yesterday afternoon when the customhouse it>_
back to the conventions but all will 93 degrees was corded! by ofi- spent more than six thousand dollars closed for the day. and within ';:,_.. ;iL\I '
bill It
priation caused: a flurry. was ,
that Sams in his,actloi! cial thermometer.. during the last eighteen months ,to a few minutes thereafter: the official 'o )
agree Captain found by Secretary Ro'x after the bill Where They Will Pilot! About Twenty who ( r
shadow detectives were pursu- figures of the year's business had been .L--:.: :; :
has shown that he is a man that can ., 8REAKERS that ing him and quotes White as saying: _
had been signed by the president compiled by Collector SUllman's competent J. .
be trusted to do no violence to the MANY.(PROSTRATIONS, the ,bill contained an Appropriation of Novices; Across the Hot "Thaw is crazy; he Imagines I hare deputies. The shipments this : ': \
wishes of those he represents. Had JN PHILADELPHIA: wronged him. I knew his wife and have been the largest $3,117- ,
tie followed: his 'own ofesirea' lie three'million dollars for a stte :for a|! Sands! of the Desert. befriended her family. Thaw imagines S52 year.00 ever known in the history by of the ,1, '':" d' "-.,

would have willingly assisted, in over. Philadelphia, June 3ft. The mercury public, building In Wasilngton ,Which j I 'I am meeting her. Before God I port. '1. (
14 Oat of About 40 Who Left Mo
throwing the,system, ,but he was too here reacned 94 degrees at one o'cock had been eliminated. from the two am not. Since her marriage she has For years the exports have shown ;=' '.

honorable &: man to use the proxies this' afternoon.... "".Many 'prostrations.. other bills. The error. was Corrected'by '! Many Shriners will vls'it, Brewton repaid my kindness by making remarks an Increase at the end of each. year ;L :
he held for any other than the purpose are reported. bile Friday Night-These are .. .* about me to arouse tha jealousy some times of a million or more but '. ; ;': ).'
resolution. of
I ITbe the there
joint Fourth
a July. They
for which Intiusted 1 on go I cannot 'cr.
{ they were. of her husband. un the figures of 1996 show the Increase '1'I '. ,
tob.Im. ;, Police Protection. president cam' .tcv.theicapital to pilot across the hot sands of the! wronged :
t'SCARClTY OF ICE THE Given 4 stand itI never knowingly to be larger than ever before known t i t .
Sale of bmerged Lands. I CAUSE OF SUFFERING" at about one o. bookantIcipki3n of desert about twenty novices, and, to any man or woman." I due principally to the heavy cotton ,{ :l t

Some time ago the Trustees of the early'adjournment'an J jwhen!ha found< Fund sold to 'order. The Shriners hate a reputa'UonJor -Thaw would be the principal witness ville and Nashville to Liverpool. Bemeuani ., i :
Internal Improvement LARGE NUMBER EXPECTED TO- delaj :
Baltimore! ,June 30 V116'here '_:'weather! there would,be a ; :in order tojWi i
would tell
Mr.: Joseph Jennings, ,:of ,Miami,- ,a.: to-day It ;xseIywana Uw '" -' .. -' : 2.ibnWnS $ 1t't r K*
; DtpF iJLTfii' .curytt1fa.en.: <
: wend
"DAY BuY ; > thrilling story. Her '
tract of. 59,000 acres of submerged thermometer '"$1, BEING the exJense of the'ndvices! whom January showed the largest ', "
lands, for 25000., The lands were soon after noon A great; ,Scarcity at ,I : to be passed, he took lunch .
not to be found on any maps and ice and exorbitant! charges by dealers EXP-ER3ENCEO! IN GETTING .MEN ital and during the afternoon went that will go from ..Pensacola'on the f people all over the world.Large duriffg that month reaching $3,203,315() "- ;: \

could only be located by the meander adds to 'the suffering, especially of TO TAKE PUACES OF THOSE through the congressional library from ,Fourth will insure the Brewton Stripers The valution during the past month :,\ ;J" i ,,:
1 lIne charts made for marine purposes.Tha the poor. that the novices will'get.. all that was 1010981. But lIttle cotton wai :i"".
lands being under salt water are ON A STRIKE.' cellar to dome. He returned to the is coming to them. shipped during the month but lumber t. "
absolutely worthless except for the president's room tjaevcdptal, at4:45 S me of the most prominent men PROfITS SMAll and timber was exported in large i' ,-
bark of the'mangrove trees that grow MUST DISPLAY: SIGNALSON and after a further wait went to the of the city are members of the order quantities. f"L: \

upon them, ana' which is used for RURAL MAIL BOXES senate barber shop for a sna ve. At and will maka the trip to the 'Alabama The Year's Exports. Vf: J t..
tanning leather. Certain of the ,Florida Only fourteen' men to break the six o'clock he decided to return to)he town upon invitation of the Brewtoa The ffgures showing the valuation o! : 3- .1!
papers possible from lack of in- On and after July'1,1906..patrons of strike on the whtrvas of the Louis- White! House and there await notification -[, lodge. Visiting Shriners are invited the shipments each month are as follows :. I' i"' :.
''ormation have found in the sals the rural delivery service will be required -hue and Nashville Railroad" reached that congress was ready; to ad!lto I join the party and 'participate in. IN SPONCIN.C : : ': i i'.

ground for severe criticism and insinuation. to display signals on their boxes: here yesterday, and considerable. journ. I I the proceedings which are guaranteed ,July.. .. ............... ...$ 930.470, :'t', '1 .
"Why were t1-te lands sold at when they leave mail in them for car Speaker Cannon rigidly carried out to be fast and furiouS and to be August....... .. ........ 812,18GSeptember..1,851,647 i '
felt those who
Inch a small pri* .-a why were they riers to collect, as, after that date,carriers was by his Intention of keeping; back the ad- shed before daybreak tha following t;. '
sold at a private 'sale?" is asked. when serving their routes, will: have the matter In hand for when journment resolution! until ,all bills morning. October.. .. ............... 1.219,679 ; (' '.
Since the creation of the Trustees not be required to open .and examineany the train l left Mobile! it contained were'passed and the hour of final adjournment !.j The party is to leave Pensacola on BUSINESS November.-... 2,216,455 :;", i -. '.
Fund.' mail the train on the Fourth and will ..... ...... .. : ;
of the Internal Improvement boxes except those to which i forty, while many others had was not known until a noon December. 1,836,715 J'2 t.:
all the sales of lands belonging the ) they have mail to deliver and those on I I promised to be at the deoot, but failed short time before the,gavel fell with,, reach Brewton 'in the afternoon. That January.. .. ................... 3,203,385( 4' ';<: .;
: Fund have been conducted In the which sgnals! are',displayed to inii-]1- the announcement dissolution. i[afternoon they will have an opportunity February.. .."............... 1.118,951 !t 'i'
manner prescribed by law. There hassever cate there is mail for carriers to collect. :1I I to show up.. The man who had Both senate and house met early:1 of resting and preparing for March.. ... ................. U87.59 ,j .'
been a pt.bllc sale of Internal I charge of the gang and who gathered but a long recess was necessary in' the proc dings of the. night which Prices April.-----_. 1,653,009(): :t.1 i"-"
Improvement FuLd land. Those patrons whose boxes are not'\ them together in Mobile, Friday, the afternoon to enable the enrolling will be concluded! in time to catch Catch Has Forced to May... .. ................. 1, 65,851 : ';
The Trustees are required to fix provided with signals must attach did not notice that they were thta clerks to catchup on' bills that had the train and return' home.. the following June.. ..,.. ..?.'.......r...... 1,010,931( ,. i : '
the value of the lands with tine retard thereto some device which when displayed -I fling. out rapidly after Flomaton was:; been passed. i morning :at 5 o'clock. Those who Low Level-Beds Being 't' .
to its location accessibility will plainly show passing car: reached, and when he td;< find it oAt The'closing scenes in the senate I will make the trip are: Total..'.. ...*...........$18,432,981 .'.;i '
timber etc. In the above instance riers there is mail to be collected. It it was too late as they with their were formal and: uninteresting. In Dr. D. W.' McMillan W. T. Morgan Thinned Out The value of Imports also showed a ,: i. .
!investigation will show that the sum Is not necessary that such device shall'bundles had dropped off the cars at the house the usual hilarious perform- Jr.. W. H Xorthup C. McKenzie Oert-- handsome increase, as well as tonnage ; : ,.
paid by :Mr. Jennings was a fair price be, either complicated or costly; a the various station, and only fourteen ances was carried out consisting of ing; J. S. Reese J.I6EL. Rogerson Sam tax collected and duties collect ?' 1";i' :
for the swamp be bought. very simple arrangement 'will ,answer reached the city yesterday m rning. amusing speeches and songs. No business Rosenau, Dr. C. I* Smith Gao. S. A dispatch from Key West 'to the ed on imports. <' :: r": -..
Unfortunately there is too strong a the purpose. The few who arrived are In work of importance aside from comp'eting Walker J. Ed. Watson, W. W. Watson -Jacksonville Times-Union says: June Exports :': t;; :
tendency to jump at conclusions and Carriers must lower the signals on cars on the Commandancia street pending legislation was transacted :: ; B. S. Weeks; J.., H. Pace J. C I With 'a few exceptions the entire The countries to which shipments .f".JI i ..'
make accusations without any definite boxes after making collections, pro- wharf where they eat and sl ep. The. by either house during the day. Jones Joe D.. Johnson Sol. Cann. W. sponge fleet is back from the twy were made during the past month and i i" -
or reliable Information! or knowledgeof vided 'no mall is left therein; and company. fearing that the strikers Speaker Cannon said of the work G. Daily; Gas Eltiea, Jas W. Ely A. with average catches of about 250; the valuations, are as follows: J\ :, _
the facts. Every official of the must display the sfgnals when they might make it uncomfortable for their or\the present session that if nothing G, Fell!' A. C. Blount! ..IrV., A. Fin- The catch 350 Austria.. .. ...-.............f 6308 \, '
Trustees'U open to, and will bear in- deposit mall for; patrons:, unless the Dew employees secured police officers t else had been accomplished the pure icy B Forbes. F. E. Mariner, W. T. bunches. largest was France.. .. ................ 4 ,2t19 \,- -
spection. patrons have m de'requests to: the to guard the cars and blue coats 1 food bill, the inspection feature of the Reager, I. Friedman, W. A. Gahlen- bunches made by the schooner Newport Germany-------.......<....... 27.009! f" '' :. (,.
A. C. L Defiant contrary. kept watch over them during the agricultural bill and railroad rate legislation beck, Dr Gwynnr .R. R. Ringola! and Last season the prices paid Italy.. .. .. .. ..............134.453 .:- .
The nightAs .. .. I' alone would make the session Past Master, ,Geo. S. Hallmark. would have made this a very profit Netherlands... ... .......... 30.479 ;,".. -
Atlantic Coast line Railway soon as, we negroes rsacnea tuecity memorable. | able trip, but the prices have gone Spain.. .. .................. %0(01) .t: t
Persists; In Its refusal to haul thepo'es and withal one of the most womanly.She they were placed at' work loading A joint committee of the two housesof MURDER RSULTS1ROM down so that /ponges which brought England.--.......431,091 i';: ,
Postal wires, material and men of the has proved herself a factor to phosphate In the ship which had congress called on the president at! I $8 a bunch last year are selling this Scotland. .. ................ 64,323 :: t
Te'egraph Company in defiance -be reckoned with when she takss a been idle for a number of day, out nine o'clock and notified him that congress season for $3. About $10,000 was sold British Honduras.. .. ........, 5,855 'f"- : .
of Railroad
Coffimlssion.the orders of the hand in politics, and is invaluable as such a small number could not accomplish would adjourn at ten o'clock.! CRAP GAME last Wednesday anf $6,000 Thursday. Argentina.... .. ............147,011: ;', .'
Telegraph Last year the Postal :Mr. Holloway's assistant in the State much.' To-day It is said, there Promptly at that hpur tonight Vice The large quantity of sponge fur Brazil.. .. ....................100,143 ; ,
: the> RaIlroad Company complained A.C to. Department of Education.! She has a will be a dozen car loads of negroes President Fairbanks In the senate and nished the market by the divers has Uruguay.. .. .. ............. 9,523lt010,981 : ',
Commission that the .
U generous lovable nature and counts brought bare from points in Alabrma Speaker wa3 d'scrimlnating! against them her friends thousands will be: given the same BEST OF'FRIEN'D'S QUARREL than probable :,
In favor of the Western Union Tele. by the from "ail and they the-final adjournment of the first session -' prices. It is more $ f
over." She will make tour of Ba protection as those now here. of the ninth however that this onslaught on the .
fifty WITH
graph Company In refusing to transport -rope with Dr. and :Mrs. Tye of Ashe- The strikers have offered no violence congress., OVER OAM4NG; T"BLE teds will l thin them out so that by 1.

and distribute their material and' rille North Carolina, ,and will be accompanied to the,strike breakers. 'Many FATAL RESULTS.By next year the supply will again be below NOTROUBftAT .
failing to perform the service of acommon by Miss Irene McCreary of of th3 unemployed secured work yes- NEW RECORDS the demand and the prices Kill '

lear carrier. The matter: was Gainesville. They will be' absent .terday in loading the cargo of rosinof go up. All the Key West vessels PANAMA ELECTION ) : ii
before the Commission,and an three months, visiting places of inter- the steame Goodland, which, ur- brought their cargoes here; to be sold. i ,
crdr\ was issued to require the A. C. ATHLEFIC Associated Press. I J;( !
U to est in"England and on the continentHere's rived Friday. MEETBy 30. John Russell -i The prices here were far in excess i
cease such unlawful dlscrimInat'on bon voyage to Miss Clem. The arrival of the steamer August Birmingham, June i of those paid In Tarpon Springs. The l i "
here today Associated Press.
against the Postal Telegraph Summer Training Schools. Belmont yesterday with a cargo white was locked up season has demonstrated that I By (- '
I present '
of :Magoon's
June 30 Governor
with 'the murder Panama -
Company and haul and distribute"tht The ,Legislature of 1905( appropriated -over two thousand tons of fl. Associated Press charged the sponge taken by ths hookers are f:
list conciliate ;
>lr i Caldwali at Connellsville I efforts to the cons rJ
poles and material along their for at least a hundred Chicago June 30.-Featured by te James and far less
right E:: $2,500 for the maintenance of two i makes a demand i who had been the of a better grade are tutionals and liberals have been Lt
of way. The railroad persisted summer training schools for white more men as that vessel is to I Marathon race, won by Tnomas J. night. The men damaged than those brought }'n by
in its disregard of the order and the Hicks of Boston the Central Association best of friends quarreled over a game crowned with success. At a conference ':. I
teachers one to be conducted at the discharge here and load cotton and ; another the divers. :Many of the sponge gathered that mind ;
Commission sought by mandamus toCOipeI University at Gainesville and one. at other goods for Hamburg and Bre I' Amateur Athletic Union held a i ofcraps. It Is reported that by the divers are torn antf are It was agreed a of t..:- .
wounded in the ,fight. ticket compose representatives )
obedience. The Supreme the Female College at Tallahassee men. The company now has manyvessels -, record creating meet on Marsha man was thus reduced in value. and some of ( :'
Court decided that the crater of the field to-day. The national A. A. U. each party In Panama province |e '
and one Tor negroes to be conductedat Idle! and wiir loose a large them are filled with crab holes. Toted for. The elections to-morrow : 'f ;
Commission specifying the Postal the Colored Normal, also at Tallahassee amount of money unless men to mark for discus throw was broken' SENTENCEFOR The market has been flooded by '
company was itself ,d'scnmination.A : with: 125 feat seven and cud 'quarter PRISON are sure to pass off quietly. r i.
a .' Ths Intention of these work In phosphate and kainlt ,are se divers. however and the prices have ; j ,
' order. Intended to cure the schools is to give the teachers special cured. inches. Eight Central Association! have been force J dos D because the '.' j'i"

I flti"cts of the former one has since training for thelr"-worit,and to fit thee The 1* & N. Is advertising for 300 records. were bettered anrf two tied. WEALTHY: MANSON buyers could not handle the large 7WO.STRYBUILDING. --'- '
: bef>n issued which the railroad still for the exa.ml1 ations,*At Gainesville laborers for'work on the wharves tt j quantities that have been thrown on DISCOVERED ON FIAE ii .t .
refuses to obey The same groundt there are 115 teachers taking the ;1.15 for a day of nine hours, or 17% NO LONGER CONNECTED the market. >r If' gone over and the Commit course. -At Tallahassee there are 81. cents an hour for work by the WITtISAUNDERS: & CO. It is thought that before the next The fire department was called out .
Fla hs again resorted to a mandamus There are between 4ft(': and 50 at the For the past fifteen years the Mur'j OF, MILLIONAIRE, LUMBER- season that some of the European yesterday afternoon shortly after 2 d ,"
in- arguments On which were heard Colored Normal making about 250 al--paid for this class of labor- John G. Welsh -who foe the past GIVEN FIVE'DAYS FOR houses may send buyers here and the o'clock to the two-stoty building at ,;'. ,' a. .
the Supreme Court Tuesday. In together. This training will be of immense is the lowest grade of labor employed nineteen years has been connectedwith : MAM added competition will serve to push No. 812 East Wright street where the ': :
the> meantime the Western Union is value to the school system of! there-has been $1.50 per day but recently the fish house of EL E. Saunders ,SPEEDING AUTO. the prices up.CONVICTED. roof had caught,. evidently from r.. ,.. .
enjoying: a monopoly of the telegraph the ;ute. Teachers attending them the scarcity of labor, coupled: & Co, has severed his connection with sparks from a passing engine. ',.. :
DJS'ness. along the right of way of the have: the advantage of Instruction, with the fact that many of the laborers that firm. Mr. Welsh became connected ICE MEN The building Is unoccupied. and was -
A C L 'from specialists and the benefit of: who had been working quit, lethe with the house shortly after Associated Pre RELEASED ON BOND slightly damaged a switch engine :
Miss Hampton Abroad. the splendid equipment 'of the colleges company to advance the wages'I coming 'to Pensacola and has been By June 30-:-,Municipal ,- and the department reaching the -
Last week I mentioned Albert Gil3 at which they are conductedand to $1.75 per day. I I steadily in Its employ since that urns Minneapolis Smith to-day imposed a sentence By Associated Press. scene In time to extinguish the tae .
":'!!; contemplated trip abroaC. at no, cost except .the expense o*, All other c'asses! of labor are TOW' In future he will devote all of his,; udge of five days imprisonment on To'edo, Ohio June 30.-MessrsLemmon before it gained much aeadway .
Another; well known politician, Miss living. Floridians! are alive to the, steadily at work and have ben for i time to his carriage'btlslne ,and repair ,. son of millionaire lumberman & Beard two of the con- The house was formerly occu}tei j
,common some time, the only trouble existing shop on West Rom-i-ia street. Harry Queal been granteda by Engineer Johnson and has beta k
the .
-'u lurrtrn sailed this' week for necessity of improving for speeding an automobile.A vfctsd; : ice dealers have
th j old of the' state and for several being with the common laborers of: and as he has many frienJj he will I II' C granted In suspension of sentence. Both were I discovered on fire several times during -
country. Miss Hampton la schools was
of proceedings
matters whom there 'seems to be a great no doubt make success of the business. I-J stay I the past few mon&fi.
Cue ot tat .Irightest. cleverest and years the trend!' in educational : I' '..rhich'tQ perfect anappeaL released on bond toaay.m '
sliest( upward. I shortage just at present. :. !
successful women In ,Florida, has been <>nwar$ : t

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10 Yards of Figured lawn for 39 cents \
: : Sale of Fine' Embroideries Wait ana: Watch for.Our-. -Mammoth Interior and Exterior ;

Improvement Sale. Free from starch. Colors absolutely fast to both fl

It. ;? at one-third to one-half less t than. regular price. 5*. soap and water. Vou will know the quality the

5 When_ v j.say f, thing we mean, it and when: wetell:: your i moment you catch a.fold between your fingers. pAs !

SPECIAL 12,1618-19.20. ;' 22; 23, 24, 25, 26, i 5 r reliabler -* ;. good as others advertise at 6 1x2 cents. d
that sell you mercdandise- cheaper than and
27,. 28,29,_30:32: 35, 49/53, 57. '; we can. .<,..'" ,** -*. .' ,'I ** ',**"". .; t Special 10 yards for, 39c |

; other store in Pensacola we mean just what we
; say.
Sale Before
Not Eight Thirty.
Not on Sale Before Eight Thirty. on |

Monday and, Tuesday we request. your presence: at this

Great Value Giving Sale, with the assurance.. .that you will 10 cents for Turkish Towels |

rY 10 Yards of Lawn for" 69 cents. save. fully' one third, to one half less than regular price. 50 dozen Oriental Turkish Bath Towels Half

'r. 50 pieces Batiste and Swiss.Lai ns. Fast colors, Bleach, worth 20 cents. Special 10 cents each.

fi: g and the very choice of patterns. L : .- 1
: Not Sale Before Eight Thirty.
Values up to 12 1'2 cents. 'Special'10 yards :for New Tailored Skirts: ; Something New' on

:..: 69 cents. '. 0 t1.....

Queens Grey, Black, Blue and Arnolds Beige Effect 36 Inches Wide.

a ra r Not on Sale Before.:- Eight. Thirty. thers. You can't tell it from the Im 5 cents for Turkish 25 Yards Towel Crash

ported Mohair. Only 19 cents Wash Rags. $1.19. 1J
t i From $550 to $1950*
the n
3Vestsfor9 cents 50 dozen Trukish Ori' I case of Towel Crash
L,.. ental Wash worth ,,25 yards to each piece,
50 Dozen Half Bleached Swiss Gauze Vests. A Mercerized Persian Lawns *. you seen those New Ling Rags,

full line of sizes. gene Waist,at$175 and $2.50 .... 10 cents. Special 5 word 51.39. Special 5

is the fabric. for Summer. Wear.' ,Considering style and quality cents. SU9.
f. Special 3 for 9 cents : 9
it from 35 75 they can't be beat for the
J>: Try tb cents i Not on Sale Before Eight Not on Sale Before Eight

Not on Sale Before Eight Thirty* the yard. t money. Thirty. Thirty. i

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r t WELCOME REV. 1110 SERVICE$. M. CALLOWAY FOR Union Room 1, Old Labor Armory Building.A Hall. I MANY STORES TO J *NNNNN Furniture. for- + all i Ng the N .p. *; I squrrotc KILLS *

LODGE ROOM ClOSE ON I 1- 'The rpeutation of the furniture we sell is thoroughly es- Ii PATENT At all'|APPLIED Druggists FOR

- Rev. J. W. Senterfitt sufficient to accommodate tablished. The fame of Marston & Quina furniture has MUS-QUIT-U MFG. CO,
Excellent Program Has Been Art Chorus-From the "Messiah." Han- 75 people for rent at i
A gone abroad In the land and wherever known, its excellent Jacksonville. Fla.

ranged for Tonight at First deLHallelujah.. reasonable rate : qualities are appreciated "by people of discriminating : I I -

For the Lord God Omnipotent reign MECHANICS':: JUY, 4 : taste." But while it is .a fact that we have a reputation + THE

Baptist Church., eth. HEADQUARTERS I for Fine Furniture the ,other fact that we haveMEDIUM'
i On behalf of the Ministry-Rev. J. .1
,"' S. Slbley. Where" employers can secure ,. PRICED Furniture TOO must be borne In ISO"of
On behalf of the Churches of Pen help. Office 'clerk in I mind. When we say we meet all tastes, we emphasizethe + ,

r PASTORS AND CONGREGATIONS. sacola-Rev. Wv Q. Vreeland. charge 776 and all you the will Phone sup- In:Order to Give Their Employees fact' that we meet allpurses too. The' needs ,of the t

.. OTHER CHURCHES WILL Offertory. i 'furniture buyer, whether for mansion or cottage, are better .
OP I I plied.
: Solo and Chorus-From the "Crea i today is exemplified
.,'. ,an Opportunity to Enjoy .supplied here than In any other furniture' store in
:- UNITE IN GIVING THE NEW tIon. Haydn. HOME o WORKERS I' .'West Florida. We make this statement with the ,full appreciation i in the Qualities of th!

PASTOR A ROYAL WELCOME TO The. heavens are telling. the glory of BUILD HOMES 1 the' Holiday. of its meaning.; This is. .Indeed, a furniture Headache Remedy.BROMOVIN.

God, store for all the people.MARSTON. -
r.r PENSACOLA. I The wonder of his work displays the
.. firmamentOn Many, stores and places of business :
: ,3 I Williams, Mr. L. L. Schnare Mr. A. R.i in Pensacola will be closed on II,
.:Rev. Thos. M. Calloway formerly behalf of the City of PensacolaRev. McAllister, Mr. T. F. McGourin. :July I to order'to give their emIlojeea -I & QUINA Quick, Certain, Agree-
f. pastor of the First Baptist church,at P. H. Whaley, D. D. Soloist-Mr. W. S. Oarfield. i : an opportunity to enjoy the able and: Harmless.For .
Talladega Ala., but who recently accepted ReponsRev. T. M. Calloway. Piano-Mr*. J. MI Flinn; Miss Allie I I holiday. Business In Pensacola will : TNN
the call to the pastorate of the Hymn-From the ."Golden Legend. Willis. practically cease at the noon hour as t 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148 Pensasola,,,Fla. Sale by
l. First Baptist church, and who reached Sullivan. Organ-Miss Allie Willis Mr. L. Hilton that is the houf agree upon for the
t; here last week. will preach his first O ,Gladsome Light Green. stores to close.: All of the government .. N..NNN....NNNNiN.NNNNNNNNN.j White's PharmacyPALAFOX
sermon In tLIs city today, when he occupies (Benediction. Dlrector-1Ir. J. W. Lurton. offices will be closed for the en-
&- tire day, and business STREET
no whatever
the pulpit at the church at the The
t; will be transacted by Uncle Sam. The Manufactured by
11 o'clock service. Soprano-Miss Ellie Wentworth, 'ABRAHAM LINCOLN
Miss Adele Chaffee Miss Warren, stores that have agreed to close at 12, GET YOUR 0 VAN ANTWERP i SON,
I- Tonight a welcome service has been was a man who against all odds, at- .
t arranged by the congregation, in which ;Hiss Louise Weldon, Miss Colon tained the highest honor a man could,o'clock are as follows: Mobile, Ala.
of Smith, Miss Carrie Horsier Miss !label Wm. Johnson& Son, W. J. & B.
the pastors and congregations a 'get in the United States. Baltard's'Horehound
number of the other churches will Loftin, Miss Lurlyne Fulghum. Syrup has attained a place Forbes, Boston Shoe Store", Lewis I
Friedman & Co., Jas. :McHugh, Fisher
unite and give the new pastor of the Miss Christine Kelly, Miss Clara Pry. neTer equalled by any other like rem
"First Baptist church a royal welcome, or, Mrs. J. P. gandusky, Min F. 10[. edy. '1t is: a sure cure for Coughs I I I|Real Estate Agency The John White ELECTRIC FANS Buy Eiebold Safes.
Store, J. Coo Jos. Coleman, C. R.
re' and on this account there will) be no Thigpen, Mrs.. C. Pebley Mrs. A. R. Colds, Bronchitis, Influenza and all Johnson, P.'stone L. A. Uscikoff. A. 1 I Scarritt Moreno Agent.Charcoal.
services In the other churches participating McAllister, Sirs: T. F. McGourm. Pulmonary diseases. EYery'mother __
Gresnhut & Co, Anderson & Dorr,
Dunn Mrs. Sol
tonight F-M. Cahn, Mrs.R. should keep supplied with this won
McDavid-Hyer Co. D. & I. N.Weiland
!<- .Choir Director Lurton has arranged M. Bushnell, Mrs. J. Marion .Clutter derful cough medicine. Sold by all M. Mayer
& O.
Clothing Store
the musical program, and it is one of Mrs. Chas. J. Rice. druggists. !
Lewis Bear Co, H. O. Anson L. S.
t.: the most elaborate that has ever been !Alto-Miss Nellie Burrow Miss
I Brown & Co., Klein Grocery Co.,
The choir will contain Beatrice White,Miss Olga '\\llitel\Uss Excursion NOWWe
Undertaken. Bay Today. J 'We have received a
Meyer Shoe Co., Marston & Quina just
:. over sixty persons, and some of thef Nell Richards Miss Bdith Lusk Mrs.! The steamer Monarch will run its Clutter Music E. M.Anderson
most prominent musicians and ladies F. EX Brawner Mrs i. H. Pierpont regular excursions today to the LifeSaving Knowles Bros.House"Peter Llndenstruth very fine stock and will deliver -

and gentlemen with trained and excellent .. Mrs. Robert C. Forrest .i Station at; 10 a. m. and 3 p. Rosanau &, Geralds W. M. Falk, F have a large supply for sale or rent orders promptly in any
f voices will be heard. The public Tenor-HMr. W. S. Garfield Mr. Walker to. Refreshments will be served ,
on'E. Brawner..John Thompson, Watson,
) in general is cordially invited to Anderson Mr. Harry Whggenheim board. amount
Parker & Reese & Co.,
Wing Hop
'it. be present at this service and extend Mr. McKee McLellan Mr. S/B. McGee White & Nix, B.. Gerson, Avery Hardware They are the finest things in the worldto Telephone 363.
a welcome to Rev. Calloway. The Mr. 6. M. Phillips, Mr. A. Diaz,
& Co.. Laz.
in is follows Mr..A. DeBroux Mr. W. Howe. Cklaeae Co k Economical. Supply Jacoby
.t program Its entirety as : D.
? Wicke & Co., C. H. Turner, SaunderS
'f Invocation-Rev. F. A. Rofgers. I Bass-Mr. H. E. Graham, Mr. A. A. One advantage In baring a Chinese Mill keep off .the stegomyia. We SEWELLWoodand
Co. Rader Furniture Co. J. H. can
Hymn-The Radiant Mora hath Brooks Mr. C.' H. Dorr, Mr. Theo. cook i that he does the marketing and '
Friedrickson & Bon.:! S. H. Kress & ,
: Coal
4t Pissed Away." Woodward. Weber Mr. J. O. Walker, Mr. L. Van does it admirably. His calculations are rS Company
Hooten & Cary & Co. H.
"if- ,. Addresses Welcome. .1 Winkle Mr R. M. Bushnell, Mr. J. M. exact. He wants nothing )left over. Muller, Southern Insurance 'Agency, clean and repair your old one
On behalf the Baptist Churches- Falker. Mr. T. H. Lannon. Mr. J. RIN When I saw a little cold fish in the Welles-Kahn Co. Escambia RealtyCo.

; pantry one day I was reproached'gently ., T. H. Lannon & Co., Rhodes-
(not in the least Impertinently) be- Futch-CoRlns Furniture Co. BUTTON "
f'i' cause I had said there would be eight
I PERFECT HEALTH persons for dinner when there provedto BRITISH STEAMER BELMONT E.W.PEAKEE
be only six. Everything Is closely ARRIVES WITH KANIT 1 'alb/II Nre
one never "feels" the digestive organs. They are forgotten like any used up, and bills are cut nearly Is
..' other part of a perfect running machine. No Jar, no shock, no sensations < : at all; Just easy pleasant, restful work uty well done. the tart that one Chinese boy takes the! which formerly plied between
place of two maids Is a small eater and Pensacola and Tampico but which is
The Way cares only for the simplest food. He now running between here and Bre- Pensacola Florida..
does not eat dainties or luxuries and men and Hamburg, arrived in port 4

!,#-::-. lies In the proper selection of food and drink getting down to Nature's almost no meat. Rice and vegetablesare yesterday too late to be enteretf at Phone 345 955.. New Star
principles plenty of good air, go od water; and particularly plenty of largely the sum of his diet Another the custom house. or Laundry Building
;-1f.i- --: good food that will easily digest and nourish and rebuild-not clog up. o point with the Chinese is' their ex- tons The of vessel kainit has from over Hamburg two thousand which '
actness In money matters. They
i'ffti.f.; pay will be unloaded soon as labor can ,
no bills that they do not understand.This .
A Food Expert be procured.
makes for the interest of the employer Thsmia..6atett-W.- ,o''

understood how the body worked upon food and what kind of elemntsit who must also remember that The Municipal Court. Smoke BuifieM-u4 alf. reseta.ltdLiog
I. required to rebuild itself, used this knowledge in a skill way to produce the exactness applies to both sides. Recorder Laney had fifteen defendants -iak to fern.nffi-Bi doniaf gbu.! Uer f5 9 I
j a perfect food and called It Chinamen are very particular about be. before him in the municipal IMkJaIo
ing paid promptly.-LydU Avery Coon- court yesterday morning for trial. OLD T*...",...-die botto.(_
: Icy Ward In Good nonaet 1Dg. Of this number two cases were nol U It*uctvt)t"Write. ud tk.. pea til.
I, la
s &
Ii gapeNuts'here pressed", one case continued and fines aaurari ar .
Bow He Make Tc*. amounting to f$3 imposedTHERE'S NORTH tMchM die UM Want&
This Is the Englishman make
;. Is the natural Phosphate of Potash and Albumen, from which the way
life forces make the soft gray filling of nerve centres and brain so tea. As this particular Englishman hat j
brain fag and nervous prostration disappear: for the user of Grape-Nuts., been making his oWn' tea for the last STATE
I Then again In Grape-Nuts the starchy part of the Wheat and Barley; fifteen years regularly at :5 every afternoon NOTHINGLIKE
: bas been changed Into a form of sugar at the factory and, as that I< he really should know the best re*
: exactly the condition which starchy food, bread cake oatmeal, pota method. Here. Is his rule: Don't pour c ::1 point ttkk.!(M bat* .and ::
it toes etc.. assumes after the first act of natural ,digest'on: has taken the boiling water on. the tea. This HOSTETTER'Sfor Pipe or Cigarettes nbbct ti feuwraoucd..
place, we find Grape-Nuts has passed through this process, outside the scorches the leaves and they cannot toning and soothing the digestive EacIe-1 ..."He.zsEqIe
body and U therefore properly termed re-digested, a tremendous help exude their full fragrance. Fill your organs, to restore the appetite! FI..kH" Ns.26 zm
4k for those who are a bit weak in. digestive. power And so comes teapot full of boiling water, then put up the clogged: ; bowels or to indnc .
(la your tea leaves. Cover tightly. andlet sound, refreshing sleep. Thousand UNION MADE :.::: mgaJ
The Old Joy It stand' for a minute or BO. Now have so testified during the past ,53 : '" Sca cad
OILer s.-
tlr the leaves witii'o ; spoon andallow years. _
< '" tt.M Ak TOUt DEALZft. If kejro
,. of health, with its youthful glow and warm keen pulse of vigor and the fusion to draw about four Hostetter's r. QUALITY d..N eeI1 th. lap
; energy. The years are forgotten" and, so is the stomach, but you'll minutes>more, and your tea will have'an "FLASH"Foutate lt.hcalead :
the retail finct Jo
KNOW have ,.well-fed Brain for all the the delicious of the real tea price
you a strong sturdy important aroma Stomach Bitters u. SaCS pea lixotady pot-
'. rbrtin-buildinfc elements are in GRAPE-NUTS. .Dozens* of choice recipes leaves. Strain the tea off Into another Is our premium. ...... ;-
p for fascinating dishes found in the.pkg. pot'as"the leaves If left la'longer will will .always. Heartburn cure and.Vomiting'prevent Cramps'uf.ency. ,, Eagle Pencil Co..I .
: add their only slightly less soluble bit- v
I. Trial: : 10 ,days of GRA.r:E. UTS, proves. ter flavor. The clear tea can be kept Dyspepsia Headache Female Diarrhoea ills or, Malarial Indigestion Fev,1. I Broad..,..New Yak

:/ !'Then'ad--Reason." ) -o: cr.. FRANK RE ILLY, Distributor.


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I Read' this REAL ESTATE For Sale .


Every Man Should 'HavlTa, Twice .r: = $1600-5- room cottage E. Strong St.
I near 9th Ave., 60x132.
!r60-Lot( '60x150 E.'Jackson street : PRICES.
have BARGAINS 'between 7th and 8th Aves.
For a few days I to offer three
Definite Object in Life I full blocks in New City, each b'ocicontaining ; $ 600)-3 lots In block 170,on New WrightSt. ,City.I We desire to especially call the attention of those desiring con.fortabW .

; : I 20 lots, and each lot 40 by S140< tore and dwe'ling. :homes at moderate prices to the following! which we havefathered
'' t ;: 137% feet:for<. :; e I ., cor. 7th are. 'together and offer for this week. If you are interested
BUSINESS $1500-$ roam cottage, E. Jackson St. and
I suit In
'$1600. PIECED the following does not you. call and see us. We have
and that object to have a Tiome! /If ytiulare'not f This is a little $25 lot. Onlya i $,700--4 lots block 13%. New City. others
over per offer
a home owner you are losing valuable time every day few years ago you could have boughtthe t PROPERTY ON 'THE SOUTH SDE: $3150:-Sp'endid bargain in residence to : "

you let go by without making some arrangements' to obtain same size lots about, where the car. OF-'E. INTENDENCIA, NEAR TARRAGONA on North B1L No. 307'West Chase St, a large; one-story, six room dwelling,
t' it. There's no ma'n but that can own a home. ., line now runs on 16th street Now yon : $1300-Blocks 113 and 270. W. K.; In perfect condition.$3,150

'have bought homes and< paid for start.them and YOU' can,too. pay ten times; ,as' much. Somebody STRSrr :THIS.' JS Ai J159Q-4. room. cottage.:7th .Ave. near No. 602N. Hayne: St.,,a desirable locat'on.! six room dwelling,

1 Much depends on the way you will pay ten times as much' for the .WORTH I t Gadsden St, 75x110. lot 80 by 150 feet... .. ..!:.... .. .. .. .. .. .. 2,350
BARGAIN LOOKING INTO. Various, for the'ask09 -
it other properties
i' lots in these be '
threeblocks and may I : { No. 1005 N. Davis St.,Jarge two story, eight room dwelling with
or sell see
I to buy ,
'' | in. a couple of, years. $600 ,cash* and FIVE LOTS AND A 2-STORY RESIDENCE us. you.wn servants: 'house, large lot fronting on two streets.. . 1303:
balance on time.
We Can StartYou
Right.Better S700() For'another block a little :better ,"NEW CITY. CORNER 10th !- Loans made on Real Estate Security No., 532 E. Gregory St..a well built and commodious seven room

rt .. than the three above. Terms. In'any amounts. dwelling lot fronts on two streets. .. .. .. .. .. ifeoo

also on this. AVENUE AND .11th 'STREET. A i No. 427 E. .Intendencia St. comfortable six room dwelling 1,500
; about this question' home right
a away.
see us ; $900-For two blocks not quite id), No. 812 West Government St., a new five room dwelling with
Write call
ft.:, r' good: as the above three..' L. S. BROWN 6 CO."WE large '-ot... .. .' .. .., ',.". .. !. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 1,500
', No. 601 East Belmont St, a neat five room dwelling in good

WILL BUY THEM AND SELL LOTS." order.,' ..' -.- ..... .. .... .. .. -.. '... .. .. .. 1,250
McDavid-Hyer, Company, No. 414 West .Intendencia St, one story, seven room dwelling' ,

L Pensacola Investment Company i lot 40 feet by 170 feet...... .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1,075 I

'lESlffilTBROOKSjPhone t i Agents New! York ., FOR RENT I

.t !, A. tPALOHBERTT, city IHanmgor.W. '
t 42 Fisher Building I Life Insurance Company. FOR ,RENT:Some; nice stores on E.
H.UOWUS President. K. !.SIMPSON, Sscratar;.. Government street; cheap rent. The HOOTON & WATSON
:{- J.L STILL IN, V-rrei. ul C.a. tUufer. KNQWUS EK, TriuoTBT. I, ,4. -'; 8 E. Government Street Fisher Real Estate Agency. > ljuly;

&. Rael Estate Loans, General. Investments t HELPWANTED Phone. 7CO." Pensacola, Fix FOR,, REXT-.Por season. Dishman's Leading Real Estate, Rental ani: Insurance Agency.
"> & Fishenrille. Apply 715 N.Palafox. ,
/ Campr :
Palafox .Street Pensacola 'I
r 215 Florida. W.A.'TED-Flve first.class solicitors \ jphone 13& ljuly f 'I-ONE 5* NO. 3? ?>. PALAFOX ST. P. O. BOX "LDon't

(Must bring good references; per I,
free to
manent job;, nothing to selL Apply produce K'I' ___ I

F. between. 106 12 W.and Government 2'00: p. m. St to .J. If H A Goad InterestPaying house satisfactory: and care family for property to occupy durng'good: :, "

fo : F J J. WHITE & CO Wright the summer a short distance from,
A city. Address "House"! care Journal
Bargain W.AN'FED-Manager for book and stationery : I'
Artesian W Drillers; store; office man;. stenographer : Laborers antedWanted

: : ; foreman brick yard; clothing Proposition FOR. R. 1'IT-Ftve-room' cottage. East!1300
salesman; master mechanic; mechanical
: near Railroad shops _$8
t In Water Front i i.t For Saw Mills and draughtsman; tra vellngl salesman; month. C IL Tfaeger; Thiesen
Property S. c.; N. C., Ga.; drtfggist; carpenter ,Two houses on East Government|I per .
Stills Phone 636.
Turpentine Especially. street for building. juneld
foreman; advertising man. vGreat de renting ; 168.00 per year
. : ,* fGenevaAla mand for competent peop'e. National rented ,all the time houses in good
$2500 ,and 'Gracevilie Fla. FOR RENT Modern wo-story house,
Emploment Association, Century build- condition, good chance for the property at Once
We have three new first-class drill- Atlanta, Ga. IjulySt to increase, in nIne You would wlth'large' grounds partlyunder
k For story, 8-room house, lot %40xf ing machines., We are prepared to Ing make%no mistake in buying this piece cultivation, located in northern sub-

&50, .on Bayou Grande. Good water. of .. .. ., ..$1250.u.North urbs.. For information address or
; put In.wells from four lei twelve inches NANTED4tny person willing to distribute property' .- to the Pensacola InvestmentCo.
in diameter and* from, one hundred to our samples; $20 00 weekly. 9June, 300 Laborers on L. &
f t $2000 sixteen hundred feet In depth. We "Empire" 4 Wells St. CMcago, UL*I Hill ResidenceI
i Steady position; no canvassing. It FOR KENT-2 nicely furnished
!For one-story cottage on water's do our work promptly. -We guarantee
have a noel room residence rooms 'for rent to gentlemen only.
lot 120x200. on bayou Grande. satisfaction. N. Railroad Wharves
ii..edge. .
APIA11'TIEGSten $91.00 made
North Hill large lot has every Apply to Mrs. Hester 420 W. Chase
1$3200 We give the best of references. passIng bills, tacking signs, etc. Life modern convenience, on the car line, St. Phone 1095. 2junelm ,
business. !No canvassing. Continental In the very best neighborhood. It is

. Buys one-story cottage% 5 rooms Distributing Service, Chicago I1L It* very hard to buy a nice residence in FOR RENT-A. R. 'Bingham has Storage Command an cia and

,:<- 63x250. Farm this section and you should not overlook room for rent suitable for fur
on Bayou Grande
For Turpentine
or WLAN'7ED-Men, everywhere; good this*chance if you want a home: niture or other goods. 104 and 106

1'-: APPLY TO Timber Lands, pay; ,to distribute. circulars adver. I will lend you $3000-'on the property. South ,Tarragona street, Phone 639. Tarragons streef
LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITY tising matter tack signs, etc.; no canvassing $4500. '
Address National Distributing FOR RENT-A nice 5 room cottage
- Mrs. M L Surgi i Call on or Address Bureau 100 Oakland Bank Bldg., on N. Spring St., with.bath, gas etc

. t\ Turner Armard, Chicago I1L 29jlw* List your property-with me and 1will at $15.00. Inquire Fisher. Real Estate Rare of pay $175

.. Agency.,
.. sell It. hone
" Care M. E. Clarke, Real Estate and Abstract. WANTED-Carrier The Journal
Pensacola, Fla. P. 0., Box 115 DeFunlak Springs.Fla -'
.I FOR RENT-Elegant two-story resi- day of 9 hOUI or
derre, corner Strong and:,Sprin. ;Sts.Apply per
WANTED-MenSpnd' boys wanted, J. W.$uIlO.ckJr to, ,C. H. .J turner:. lOmay
Professional Directory learn plumbing:; plastering brick ..
I laying. Special offer ',life scholarship 1.7 cents houre
Will DoubleIn fifty dollars, ea-y payments;, position Room 405, Thiesen Bldg. FOR RENT Two very desirable per
stores 1 first floor of Manhattan
T G. YATES M. D. Bras guaranteed Trade; Schools free catalogue.New York.Coyne Chicago ,Phone I 161. : hotel. Corner on Garden and Baylen. -

: St Louis.- 5 16} Just completed and arranged .first Apply on wharf at
class shape For terms particulars

iOPTICIAN Value ,Inside WA1Ev ryone to Know that WantedWANTED t- 1 etc, apply Hooton& _Watson. 29Apr I-

306 THIESEN BUILDIN The JournM-has nlce.- leaD-old papers ::
for sale cheap. Only. five centsa FOR RENT-Second story over LJnv Once/
bundle. -To sell a lot of old papersat denstruth's Jewelry store. Sultab'e:
:lt WM.. D. HOWE, 5c a fcu&die. Apply at this office. i for offices, sleeping Barters or storage

f' ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW of a Year'That I. WANTEDUADY r v j nice.,, :They
' = 14% EAST GOVERNMENT ST, I FOR RENT-8-room, stiry Cottage
Is !, i WANTED: B. White wants your S18 W. Belmont Apply to Walker
J what a great deal of real es.
whose near relative has beenlcured Real Estate in Pensacola
tate in Pensacola is going to do and j I- ofeplleptic fits out of gratitude -'; hauling and transfer work Satisfaction Ingraham. Apnl20 Bay
DIRECTORY some of It Is in the list guarnteed. Address 1501-N
< following : j'
,wishes to send (by mall) particulars 981. I WANTED.-Real Estate for sale or
F.. Half block In New City, fronting Sth Ave., or: phone ,
of the friends of those similarly ,+ else until you'Jet' an
cure to !
Your busI- or:anywhere :
CalaUmla! square.. .. .. ... ;....$750 rent lease or exchange. -
Joppa Lodge No. 6. I. O. 0.F. affected. Address L. B., 754 4.1-i
j. reapectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson -
Half block In East King Tract, tn MATTRESSES RENOVATED- New ness
=* ,Joppa Lodge. No.6, |. O. O. F, settled neighborhood. ',. 1. ..$1ooi, bany St, Schenectady, N...Y. ljulylw. tick furnished if desired. Guaran Real Estate Agent 22% W. Government ABSTRACT OF TITLETO
-' meets Tuesday evening 7:30 I .
every teed., Crapet. taken up and matting street Room 7, Salisbury _
.? a'clock at Odd Fellows Hall. Belmont One-fourth block on Toledo square WANTED-First-c'ass hat cleaning. Phone 172. 23Jan
ffl and Baylen ,street Visiting brethren New City .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$800, Old hats made new. Cleaning, laid if desired. Leave orders at building. "
Green &WatsonPhone 193. 7mar THE PF 'ERTY.
r : are cordially Invited., Lots on 11th and 12th avenues New; pressing and .bk>cldnr;. Satisfaction

f. T. H. FLEETWOOD, N. G. City at.. .. .. .... .. .. .. ..$200. guaranteed. Panamas, SOc. Straws ANTEDThs Mercaants Transfer 'Miscellaneous '
,j; J. W. GINGLES, So c. 200x13214!. feet on East Hill car 25c. Felt, 35c. Derbys,25c. Victor; Co. wants your moving and bau ng. nni IS YOUR TITLE GOOD ?

5}' 31Jan6m."Penttcola. line '.. .... ..... .. ... .. ...$1250' Louis; 100 E. Intendencia. .street- All All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnorsen. -
Lots In East King Tract or West: come in. 19 jnlm: Prop. .Phone 978. 18Junelm. NOTICE Having installed machinesfor That Is the 'all .Important question. If you want It answered quicklyand
manufacture'of ;
Lodge, No 3. K. olt P. King Tract ''very cheap and on easy the galvanized ,correctly, come .to us. We make it our business to find the
5. meets very Monday evening at 8 terms. Improved property In West, WANTED-All owners of ,poultry to Iron cornice"skylights, cornice: gutters .

.f, .'clock at their temporary Castle Hail Kng Tract, netting 10 per cent. on investment .' know that we are agents lor the cel- WANTED-Your Pensacola Typewriter stenographic Exchange work. circular mouldings, etc., I am now answer.If you'have any real estate to sell,' let us make you an abstractnow.
is over Pou stable, W. Intendencia St. I ebrated Conkey's Poultry Remedies.!. prepared to do sheet metal work of
315% S. Paiafox! St Phone .379.. Don't wait until you have found the purchaser, but have the
Visiting brethren cordially welcomed See us In regard; to Lake View Haven Guaranteed to cure rupe, cholera all kinds on short notice., Satisfaction answer ready before hand. ,

;t J. A. KIRKPATRICK, C. C. Property. Prettiest place In New gape and to kill fleas Ice: and-mites. 23may. 'I assured. Estimates cheerfully An Abstract will not make a goad title out of a bad one, but U
; HORSLER K. of R. & SMeetings Also their wonderful given' on work In or outsIde the city.
'I City and Is on Bayou,Texar. egg producer F.. will often enable the1.owner to do so by showing. him existing defects
R., I I S. Mellen & Co. Phone-No. 234. Money to' Loan. Chas B. Vetter, IS W.' Intendencia.. which he may be ableto! remely.
or the .
18apr. .w; 25maylm
D. Hale.Wilson' & Co.
[; Knights of Columbus .
i: : are held at their hail Phone, 234 15 South Palafox WANTED-We want your orders foi MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows SANTA ROSA-Pavilion, L. S. S. offers The Pensacola Abstract
l No. 8 West Intenden T 1907 Art Calendars Over 300 original money from Jno. A. Hall & the best accommodation for Company,
I\!\. cia street on every designs to select from. All Co., 14'/a Government St. When in bathing and recreation to be'found on I
Monday evening at I prices. MaYes, Printing Co.,' Pensacola. need call on us. the Gulf of Mexico Launch Leclair Incorpo ated

7:30 o'clock. Aa In- 16'eb leaves city what daily at S:00 a m.j. .PHONE 393.' 114 N. PALAFOX $1" HARRY E. GRAHAM Cell.Mtr-

? vltaUoa extended MONEY LOANED.on all kinds of per Phone 659. Chas. H. Burton, M'gr. ....
.r,: to Tiaitlng KnightsBecorder. WANTED-The public to know, thaW Tonal property on. short notice. 12may..
JOHN B. JONEB can I do all kinds of "repairing Terms eas*. J, B. Gray & Co, 2 W. '
S. L NARD float building norse shoeing, etc. J. If will look around the house
f: x Grand Knight ;you
Romana. Phone 1165. -
j: REAL G. Welsh, Carriage Co. 27feb:>> lfeb you will"' find a lot of ways In whlcillyou LOST I FOR SALENew

jk .-: MONEY TO'LE.'lD-On good real estate can use old newspapers. You '
WANTED Electric work of alt kind. if( i
,Whlte hall
setter bitch house with
lemon eIght room
them ''In this ,
buy quantity at ,
Daughters can any
.i of Rebekah. security, or on good collateral
- Let us clean your fans.reair, your I They put in bundles, spots on head and body, answers to Ave. and 16th St This place has to oe
,c Naomi Lodge No. 10, Daughters of! at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks. are up
do jour wiring,' etc. Poona .
dynamo .it7wLots
name of "Jack. Reward, for return seen to be appreciated.
meets convenient to and sold at five
Rebekah. Fisher carry
i' at o'clock. In I. every O. O. F.Monday halL night I Ir ESTATEAN 579. Pensacol- Electric Co.. 205 S.;:I building. 21Jan cents r bundieMATTRESSES to C. F. Mabson at M. & O. Clothing, 3, 4 and 5, block 110, N"x

sisters cordially Invited to be Visiting Present .II .Baylen.WANTED: 1 MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal store. ljulylw* City.. .. .. .. .. .. .. . $60
short AND FURNITURE Blocks 125 and 126 Petterson AF
property on notice.
: The public to know
tt 'MRS. B. R; WITKOVSKL, :- Terms easy. J. W. Dullard upstair Mattresses made to order; old ones LOST-At Magnolia Bluff, Thursday dition. water front new six rooni
MISS WILLIE KENDRICK. Sec. old newspapers can' be bought at 28% South Palafox St. Phone 1144., renovated. New ticks: famished. an Eastern Star_pin, doub'e: pointed house.on same.. .. .. .. .$1,603
for five cents bundle.
this office They finer Second hand furniture .bought and star and crescent set with pearls. Re- Block ,, 63, East King Tract .$2630
1: M..E..B A.' No. 81, meets first and are'all clean and nice.WANTEDCarriales sold: Upholstering and repairing (!onE'. ward for return to.404 N.Hayne Stljulylw. Lot T'to 14. Inclusive bock 1 T .

third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. repaired UNLIMITED amount money to loanon 114 E. Belmont St, city phone 771. .' New City. .. .. .. .. .. ... .$1603
't' Rafford, Hall -No 10. West Intea- and repainted Davis Mfg Co, C. T. Davis Mgr ,
91, ; ATTRACTIVE PROPOSITION ; .floats built to order; house all kinds of personal property.
"factaitt9et.' shoeing? 'a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage Special rates to business men on large TAILORING--B. L. Diamond, Tailor. LOST-one sunburst with 35 pearls J.A. WILSON & Co.
;{ A. O. FELL, Pres." $%600.00 FOR A BEAUTIFUL' SITE Co.' *. 27feb leans. Tie New York Loan Co.. 204# Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and and one bar pin with 11.'pearls. Lost
& 1 L.:SWEENEY.' Sea FOR A HOME in the swe-llest and, -..:. South Paiafox repaired on short notice. No. 11% between 132 E. Gregory and Intendencia Real Estate Agents

jtf most. aristocratic portion of the city;: W ANTED.--A. R, Bingham want West Government St. Pensacola. Fla. street Reward for return to Miss 1
Salisbury Building, Room
No. a a
pcnsacola;Lodge 4,1. F. five large lots facing public squareon I Katheleen Hutchinson
moving and hauling. He Idee. 132 E.
E Pensacola..Ledge No. 4,: L .O, 0. T, the southeast corner. of Reus andDeSoto your all breakage. Fiona 630.guarantees Detective Agency 29june. Gregory.
Taursaarveiting! at 7:SB
t eets every streets. SHIP CHANDLERS McKinrle Uert-

f %treets.the new Yisltog: baton Belmont brethren and,cordially Bayle" ALL OF THE MAXENT TRACTWES'r WANTED.-AH kinds of electrics. LICENSED BY CITY'-.M.'D STREETPiedmont' lag &: Co., wholesale and retail ship
.f. ; '
workI sel. all kinds ot electrical Detective Afcenev Incorporated -ehaadlsra and grocers, only flrat-clas8 Board and Rooms.WANTEDTable
tt.T11ed.. .NEVILLE.* Secretary.E. GRKKNBLAnVJi OF "C" STREET NOW FOR batteries ani other electrical supplier all branches legitimate: secret house of kind in cKy. Fair prices to alL
SALE. When you Heed me ring 345 'or 955. service 'work. "Write for booklet FOR SALE
t- W.;O. ..,.'- MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST E. W. Peake. new Star Laundry building it tells who we are. General of-I CARRIAGES repaired and repainted.Floats Gadsden St. Miss boarders.Robinson.208 W.
f.- Live .Oak Camp No.; 1,:,Wi u. ,W, E. Garden. ISdec. fice, Temple Court, Atlanta, Ga. New i j' built to order. Horse shoeing 17J V' ,
MARKET RATE OF INTEREST. a specialty. J. G. Welsh CarriageCo. 5 s. E. lots block 228, New City
InPythian Ha1l"lIt''lUJ.d.3rd York office, 1345 Broaway. Local and "
7 meet THREE PLEASANT .. 1" a
to rent 8 lots in block 186. New City
Wednesdays in each month. Visiting MORTGAGES ON REAL ESTATEIN COURT Prating long distance 'phone 1556 Main with of lb 1 "
'' Cleaning Club,. 212 N.DeYiliersS1. privilege light housekeeping North half block 218, New City
fovereigaft .:cordially Invited. ,_ '
/ THIS CITY BOUGHT AND SOLD. 301 W. Chase St. street
100 ft. East Jackson
., Mrs. T. J. Davis Prop. Your patronage on
F. A. BOGHICH. C. a J. H." PORTER saLmater, 716 South
ti' ., solicited; satisfaction guaran- Orders running through block; halfbock
LESLIE I E. BRQOKS. CJerk. Falafox street. taken for :0'1''
teed. Careful attention given ladies' ttalsmT rsrs toil FOR RENT One or two newly furnished from car line.. .. .
.. ,tents awnings camp stools and souse
J: RATHBONE LODGE No. 30. garments. Phone 1222. 8fet I', DPAINLOE opineUziroot uen Toeini m. i cots. etc.. Prices reasonable. 31Jaq.'MILTON : front rooms f southern exposure FOR RENT.
f'i; Rathbone Lodge, No.30, Knights of Fisher Estate 'I >lame** ; with privilege of phone. Loca
;Y' Pythtas, meets every Thursday night. Real Agency H. ALFMAN-Tin, Copper and Sheet l caiae or whiskey,* UPHOLSTERING SHOP- ton; desirable! and near business cen- 6 room and bath house on xorll

at Castle HalL Members of sister COLLECTION OF'RENTS'A Iron Worker; cornice work,and skylights I )P 1 Urge ultra book oohomt of jwUc orsuatortam Willie Mime Pippr.etor. ..FurnlI ter, 422 W. Gregory. ', 13maylwOld Hill, $16.00 per month.

-' lodges and visiting brethren cordially a specialty; roofing guttering II Adams crab,Dr. tare repairing of all kinds carpets
'4 ., Invited, to attend. SPECIALTY.:: and' repairing 315 South, Palafox St AND'Be meet.M. WOOLUtT; laid, furniture packed for shipping newspapers at five cents a bundleat >> B. F. WOLF,
[ a, J. LEVY Phone 560; residencev pboae 1316. CUr :w [Phonf+ 63. Next to;>> Tampa Landing. this office. They are all clean I Citizens National Bank
s; r1.R.&S. !hone 87. 206 ,S. Paiafox St...2junelm., Whiskey I[ z2April and nlc*.,

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T E-ry variety and the newest: styles. 'In black. tan

_i bronze and gray with.nickel, black ors;oxod'zed buckles f"wf, it
i at YARD.f MONEY 1S

25, 50, 75 cents, $1.00-and -- r 1 ; ,:'

New Commandant of f the Pens- Old '
o .. $1.50The Board is Due)the County $2142.70 ,- ,

cola Navy Yard is a Brother I and !this Must Be
attention of men who want to dress In accord- .
t' ance with the needs of the"weather is directed. to oar of Rev. J. R. Bicknel .- I Paid Soon
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line of fine : !
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Captain A. O Bicknell the newcommandant The members old
: of the Board ol !t
t White Duck Pants at 1.25 of the Pensacola'DaTl1yard. County Commissioners, who went out "4f
reached his'station Friday night,I of office some two 'years ago, and
who the state '
f coming: from Washington' where he what la allowed.says them have by overdrawn law-,
$1.50 had been for several wests. Captain will either settle 'up the amounts FEAL 'VALUE IN
Bicknell succeeds Captain Perry as: overdrawn at an early date, or else .
; as also our line of'linen suits consisting of coat commandant, the latter having been suit will be' instituted. Such 'were '

::: and pants at $7.50.. Well made in every detail and ordered to command: of the Norfolknavy the instructions. given the county'attorney E
at a recent of the
(thoroughly shrunk. Newest thing for men is tie and yard.Captain. board meeting ,
and that
official has notifiedall
:;.ihalldkerchIef to match-in all the most fashionable Kcfcnell is a brother of of them of his instructions.: Some : RARE RUGS

,H- colors here for 50 cents. See our display. in center Rev. J. R Bicknell! who .is so will ol the gentlemen, who'.at one time

window.THE known in this city., The latter; for held office are due the county over
')! (700, and no one less than $200.)
many years was. rector at .St. Katha:
Some months since the county an-
5l rine's church, and is now' in chargeof ditor
examined the books and
ac- Re il I value because the chances'
the mission at the navy.yard, wherehe ccunts of the county, anrf found that to
i has been since leaving St. Katha- Up commissioners had all overdrawn
JOHN WHITE STORE raes. what was allowed them by law. The save on the most durable Rugs pro

: Captain Bicknell is nota_ stranger amount allowed is $100 per year in
addition to per diem and mileage. curable are great-.and rare Rugs,
in Fjnsacola. In fact he is quite .
The $100 is for services rendered in 1 I .
f Phone 225 205.207 S. PALAFOX well known and has many friends in the inspection of bridges, roads, etc. because both patterns and colorings ,
but It had been. far exceeded all
the city. He was here on the last by \

1 visit of the Texas, as commanding dr.r.1 and tlement they were AU of called the members upon .for of a s the:'t. i are extremely beautiful and are r

officer of that vessel. That was
present card settled, the amount
lug the winter when the Coast jsquatf-1 turned over to the treasury on this shown exclusively by us We have. .
ron had its target practice here and account being somewhere .
r t ANNUAL DIVIDENDS at St. Joseph's Bay.' He has been on $2,000.) The members of the former y ready.for: immediatedelivery-the-:.s:' '.. 'o '
the Texas for a year or more, and ,boara1 were then asked to settle bat .

f cannot be lost and they may be used to of was the ordered local from yard.her to the command> up comply to the and present now the time county have failed will institute to largest 'line' ,we :harc-> < "eyer. 'shown.-.*. ;: ,; _. _

reduce the premiums ,each year'if! the insured The amount suit is if due$the,142.70.BASEBALL from money all. the is not old paid commissioners 4 -' ot. i '; .. .:
1 $o chooses A life or Endowment Policy with I MULAT. i iSpesial I .

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; annual: dividends in the Union Central Life I J

i ps the most satisfactory. :Mulat, June 30 to.-The Mrs.Journal.J. A. Howell ii
and Mrs S, Otis made a trip to Pensaccria -
1 3. B. S. WILLIAMS General Agent. Tueaoby to spend the day American League.
with Mrs. Ed. Dunham. iWfcAintfon 6; Philadelphia 6.
Thiesen Building. Phone 608r Mrs J. H. Tinsley. of Harp, ,is Cleveland 4; Chicago 6., first game,
spending the week in Pensacola (twelve innings) y;, i .l rt, t
r among friends. Cleveland 11;: Chicago 12, second

Ike Hirschman, I* Bear &, Go's game..
drummer, was at Mulat Thursday.The New York-Boston postponed, rain. .
r .1 GUESS SHIPPING NEWS L. &.,N. agent,took in the Con Detroit 2; St.: Louis J,,first game.
,1 .ductor's picnic at Magnolia Bluff. Detroit 3; St. Louis 2, second TRUNK NO. 156.
: Fred A. Sweet, the circulation man game. t_ -
k of The Journal, was in town Fridayfor : .
-- ; / We wish to can special attention
'" you have read of that 'big reduction I Cleared.' his paper. National League. .. : to the constpoctioa and
!a made on all my stock of Clothing I King Malcolm. Its bk 1233 for J. A. Howell keeps Ice cream -on Boston 4,' New York)4. ?11 \ % convenience of our No. 156)
'Buenos Ayres, with 880,000,, s ft lum sale twice a week now. Philadelphia; ,Bropklyn.,5. trunk. I t Is covered with
f Miss Nettie Strickland and Miss Chicago 2; Cincinnati. 1. i .
ber.Dora $ heavy 10 ox. duck, and the hardwood
For Cash? Baltea, Ital sss, FIgari, 2601, :Maggie Jernigan went to Pensa 13. S. Louis 3;. PlUsburg 6. l slats are wrapped with
for Venice, via New Orleans with Sunday. They were accompanied by brass on the ends. The valances .
168,000 s ft sawn timber, 196,000 s ft Masters J. 'B and Merton' Robinson Southern League. 1 '
Well, they have been going pretty fast lumber Atlanta 3 Birmingham \\' bolts, dowels and damps
1100 5.
tons phosphate rock. the manly little son of Foreman R. ; a
ibut there's a few more left at that Hobinson. Memphis 5; Little Bock called In ''p \\ \ I -h y are first quality. The top Inside
j' same cut price and in this wa old eighth inning account of rain. has a gUted satin effect and
Don't forget the good day, July
rms the la linen faced and
- weather a light weight 2 piece suit VESSELS IN PORT.Steamships. Fourth at Florida Town. Ail hands Nashville 3; Montgomery' ; 2. $. y' 1 contains
F Just what you need to keep cooL Full some and bring full baskets. 1 will Shreveport 6. New Orleans 4. i I 1 a lady's glove box. also
c' line I ght weight summer Shirts, Col:I 'Cerea, Ital ss, Nalarini. '2791 NewYork be there with my basket-'tut fear it 't compartments for"ribbona and
I handkerchiefs, besides
t lars attached and detached from SOc: to Gulf Transit Co. will be empty. ',. South Atlantic League. I a large
J. up to $2.25, values' never before heard Dunbarmoor. Br ss, Barton. 2331 Mrs. Stubbs.; of Pensacola, cams up Charleston.4} _MacorP2. /I hat box and Jlrt-walst ten and
extra Fkirt iflon-
x otOne' Mobile to Hyer Bros. Friday to Harp to.. visit rwltt her Savannah ';-3 r. Jacksonville 2. l o / an tray. For
trial of the Men's and Boys' Dora Baltea. Ital 'ss, Figari,26O1Genoa ..'mother .Mrs. Harp: oMulat : Augusta .qColuEvbiiS; ; first game. I / day only we will sell this trunk
btir r follows In 32-Inch size for
;;: Furnisher will convince yon.JOS.COLEMAN. to Gulf Transit Co. seems to be on a boom at Augusta 9; Columbia 4, second \ as :
-i $9.00 and the 36-inch size for
1.0. Saltmarsh'Br'sS. Rogers,2319,, present.S game.
p< $12. (Payments either trunk
i Liverpool to Gulf Transit Co. Otis is making raofcal Improvements r 4 \ on
Earlswood' Br. as. Fayn 1840,. Ft ,in anal 'about the mills The THE DOUBLE CHIN. 7a aM l\ W / for Monday only $1 cash and
/ balance $1 week. Two
- Inglis J A. : per per
to Merritt A Co. store has been remodeled and a fine -' -
F' Federica Aust ss, Zar '2261, New office added. He is remodeling his Ccirect. Treatment to Rid Oaeaelf et cent off for cash.Excursion .
Orleans, to Gulf Transit Company. dwelling house and adding! water This Blemish.
212 3.
J Phone Palafox 727. St. Glenwood Br SB, Richards, 1253, orks. Fresh whitewash is every There Is scarcely any one who retains MADt: 9Y 1S RN TRUNK CO KNOXVZU.ETENf(
; New,York to Gulf Transit Co where apparent. The mill is 'running the contour' of the lower part of the
Huttonwood, Br. 'ss, 'White,2533 St every day; now and lighters are face after the age of thirty. Either
Vincent to Gulf Transit Co. leaving often with: the .finished the
underjaw becomes thin the
i THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO Magician Br ss, Baby. 3271, Liverpool product of the milL dreaded double chin arrives, and or both
AA. Brown & Co. Singing at the school house every
APALACHICOLA Westland. Br ss, Granger, 2001, Vera Sunday nightMarine could be prevented if ,a few precautions
FLA. Cruz to F. O. Howe. .. ___ .. ,.. n'. ,..._ were taken against the tendency
Manufacturers of of nature to play tricks with this part.
Ships. Grocery Co. The correct treatment for the lower
, Harvest Queen Brit shIp. Forsytn part of the face is to rest the face In

Cypress Shingles. Rio Jinient to order.Nordstjernnen .. 604, 605 S. Palafox St the palms of both hands, with the fingers t
'No ship 1,635 Phono 725. if resting on the temples. The "i4C
4"x4"x18" Iraksen La Guayra to..W.. S. Keyset thumbs will then be along the Jaw-
% x 5" x 18"i &Co. V. J. VIDAL Manager. "
bone and the cheek will rest against

Ih. 'Cypress Tanks of all Description Barks, We carry a full line of Imported and ,the full fiat of the band. In this position -
"WWte for Catalogue' and Price List Genoa Defcregorf to Rossasco Glo Botto BrOS; Ital: bfc. 1294, Domestic Groceries and Provisions.We knead the face gently, always I
; want your patronage.. in mind
bearing the of
lifting process .
Gesine, Ger bk, Larsen 1375 Ham-
burg to McKenzie Oerting & CoKing the flesh on the face. The same treat- Monday !

Malcolm. It bk Gull 1233, Get ment applies for the double chin and 98 Per Cent Death Claims Settled in 24 HoursThInk
-;oa to Huges & Co. the emaciated face. As many people :
Lnlsa. It&L'bk. 1591. Montane from will doubt this statement it is best explained -
All theLittle Nolloth. to master RED that either condition has been Night! what prompt payment of life insurance money means to
u I Monrovia, Nor bk, 1449. Aase. Hamburg brought about by sluggish circulation. J I the widow and family. Over 98 per cent of all death claims during
t to order. and this 1905 was settled within 24.hours after proof of death was received,
results in Insufficient
sometimes an I
Sonoclan. I by THE EQUITABLE.! : More than $118,000 was paid out in death
Port:; Uruguay bk, 1112,
Ferns Montevideo to German American and sometimes in a superfluous I I claims and.benefits alone for each working day of the year of 19t' >5. Is
Kinksof Ur.' Co. deposit of fatty tissue. Therefore Steamer MonarchCLASS your policy in the EQUITABLE? In addition to absolute protection

Spero Nor. bk 623,,. Bostig, Las HEART massage; which equalizes matters I the premiums earned make it a good investment-better than savings
Palmas. repairs the wrong in both ca es. It No. 3, OF PALAFOX STREETM. banks.FirerLife..

t SChoeneralDonna builds up wasted tissues and causes E. SUNDAY SCHOOL, ]
.C1lns ;lna. Am sen. McLeod tribe absorbed any unhealthy depositof .
{ will give an excursion : KnowlesBros.Mt tt3t3c
Fashion fat
165, Belize. .
Brig.: Of course a good skin food must be
4y Jennie Hnrlbert', Am, ,brig Wright. JOc used throughout these exercises and Monday .Night July 2 ,
418, Havana to J. A. Merritt &; Co. all creams that have animal or mineral Leaving ,Palafox wharf at 7:30. --

are embodied in the fats encourage the growth of hair eo going to the Ufe Saving Station for
clothing we sell for men's must be avoided. In buying cream it surf bathing and then out into the

summer wear. It .certainly REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS:. Bottle Beer to will buy be the found cheapest the dearest of economies gulf.' .1 r........... M+,NNNN t..1.NNHMf.NN11++:

e appeals strongly Refreshment.. Will Be Served on the 0

; :and will please the econom- Following 4. 'is a list of the real estate "LOVE CHAIRS" RESERVED. Boat. I A Point of Excellence About
* Seal and those who insist transfers recorded yesterday as re- t, 'ARE,35c.; i ii

on durability In clothes. ported by the Pensacola Abstract Co.: More sold than all ..* -. Sari For Right to Sit Wfeer
Fashion and durability A. C Blount, Jr. and Leslie E. They Cocld Hale Eye
Brooks to Allce W.. Howe. Ceo. W.. i .Gas For Lighting i
A "Jim Crow" suit of two negroes
mighty combination '
are a. other JOc Beers the I
4 Howe iJJ'dm. D. Howf.. W. 49 ft of on against the Baltimore Chesapeake and .
and both of these the S. 120 ft of lot 186, block 27, Old .
t : qu lltles'are happily City, $1 and other considerat'ons.F. market. Atlantic Railway company was tried la Its safety. There are no defective :
recently in the city court at Baltimore
i wires! to become entangled or lasuia-- :
blended in the highest degree
says the New York World/ Robert
r & A. 'M.regu1ar ? tion to wear off and catch fire tot e .
In our summer A communication Very pleasant taste Eyke, colored, was called to the standas woodwork.<< If any leak in gas pipes :

clothes and furnishings. of Pensacola Lodge No. 42.F. a witness for the plaintiffs.. i. .. .. .. It Ja easily detected and as quickly .
x Lightweight suits frpm $6 G. & A. M. wll 'be held Thursday Will not make "Dey Jes excluded os from all fle Vcorrected,'.while there'can poss :
up white and fancy '' night All members arerequested you good parts of de boat" site aid.. t ": ) .- be, 'danger whatever in- iU use.' ec
; vests -
to be present and visiting! '"What do you mean by the good I :
from $1.25 tip; Stetson brethren invited. By order ofT..B..HARVEYW'. parts of the boat** was asked. i

hats $3.50; summer ox- ._ ..M. "Well.** was the,"reply "dare1lZ a I Pensacola Gas Company :
fords from $%.oo to $450. B. SOLOMON.. Sec.. Bilious.Th& plannab on de bat an' vre couldn't : i

=r: Escambta Loge No..15, F. A A. M. > : git neap neah de love It. chaiahs.Den dey wouldn't let us l Ii; : Phone 14 8.. ,24. and 27 E. Garden Street. i

special communication of "What do the lorechairsf .iNNNNNtNNNNN. NN/NN.NHNSNN11i111i
H. 0. ANSON cambia Lodge, No. IF F. you mean by Dental Sur geon. .
asked a lawyer :
& AIt, will beheld Monday
: evening,*July 2nd. at 7:30 Lewis Bear "Love_ chaiahs U den tings wot 3 -
3 ; Grown Work a Spec1.lty.Painless
CASH CLOTHIER o.Aaernts. fellow its on whaa,iie!s got his gal
o'clock 'Wbrk in 15.JL; Degree. Visiting Extracting of Teet.,
'brethren :fraternally invted. Dej's,Iwisted so's .dey 'cu1'look into 281/2 S. Palafox St-
Career Palifoi aid tfiin. .
_' C. D. BEYER W. M each other's eyes." 7 and 9 .Old Armory BuIlQ1!! READ D THE JOURNAl WANT ADS

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f : things { tiand ; ;;:"-b. .,Jt.. haa.",tag'.so few sewers.v r -

Not Complimentary to :wUl have a.large following.-*'- My At the same time that city Is giving I

Jt: ftw&ftl* lontnal Public:Officers.' ,ers Tropical Breeze. 'some lessons to other Florida citiesIn ::9
the mosquito.
S their warfare: on if

., .' Richard Canfield the most noto--,, '.Uo Against It. .. Jacksonville has also fewer mosquitoes ,
: .. ; ricmg gambler in the country. and one .Bryan, ft Co.. sewer contractors of ,-but has hardly reached the point

'WhOse, investments la gaming establishments Jacksonville, seem to be unlucky. where we can allude to'them as "rare.

; DAILY. WEEKLY.' SUNDAY. run into. the millions, is authority They claim now to have bees."euchred" birds. -Jacksonville Times-Union.
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out of the Pensacola contract
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY for the statement that 'even.. for something over two hundred Stl'.l: Silence Reigns. }O.f\JtD,25 STORE'

'"square" gambling game Is a "sure thousand dollars.Tampa T1m s.. The Pensacola Journal asks the

...BY... thing" fr the house that operates if. S f Ocala Banner who is paying for the

not so much by reason of the percentage The Sewerage Contract anti-drainage ]literature, and the Banner --
THE, JOURNAL COMPANY. The PensacoHans have contracted Pleasure in Shopping
in favor of the man running ,thp asks The Journals who is payingfor
trtth Story & Co. ,of New Orleans, to the drainage literature. Silence
game as by reason of the fact that lay forty-miles of sewerage pipes in still remains golden and the peoplein Shopping is made easy and pleasant at Kress. Comfort

FRANK L. MAYES, President and General' Manager. once the gambling fever has graspedits that city for $30.O00'A( city 'now Ignoran<:e.-* .
victim he is sure to return to the without a good sewerage system is '* *. S ,*: dispatch::are d ligh WIy' c
-: tables: only to eventually. lose any slowly plodding along in the rear,of .Serves 'em right Cleanliness, brightness, and airiness are everywhere.

t MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.' .winnings he may have made. If the 'other and more progressive cities.- Pensacola meat dealers' recently ((2:? Our perfect beating, lighting and ventilating systems

-r ', -:-- __ ticUm should be a" loser returns to ,Jacksonville .Metropolis...... ,fined 110000 each for selling protect
:J1e : .S S. ... against discomfort and our departmental
spoiled meat. Serves 'em right : ApalacWcola : you any arrangements ad
L "* ;: SUBSCRIPTION RATES. the tables in the,, hops of "gettingeven. Solved the Problem.Pensacola ; Times. of convenience. Everything arranged
sure you every on tab'ss
1-t 'One Year .....'"...". -.,,$500 One Mont........ ........ 45 % officials have solved the S attached for c'
% Six Months............... 1 50 One _W
Three Months...... ...._... 1 25 Weekly Edition per year..*! O( which gambling is' tolerated fewer: heavily,fining the agents of. the pack If their determination to eat meat !' perienced clerks give you prompt,and courteous attention
1 ing houses for violations of a wise 'I
still in which the gamblers are allowed continues Pensacolians: can fall backon receive values two
local l&w in having such goods in their And for the price, you or tunes greacr:

f 7:';. Only PmsmcBla Newspaper ,From ,Which a Defatted to run "wide: open," and to the i possession. 1t Is.a broad hint to theV.ah1ngton gophers., -;Mobile* S ,Register.* than else.
I 1 credit of our country be it said the laW'lD*!1kers.-6t. Augustine _ _ ,
Circulation Statement Cam .. Secured. I Exclusive.
: sphere of the gambler is rapialy being
let', S Peneacola has an impure meat scandal
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"z- reduced. Private gambling cannot be Monday 9 a.
The War on Mosquitoes.Pensacola's all its own.-Tampa Tribune. m.
1 >Offl....loa and 110 East [ P..n Sateor TrahsF prevented but games open to all comers Mayor is coming, to '. S *

.J Government. Phon.3LV" / and at all News Stands.PES can and should be suppressed in Jacksonville to get a few pointers in Invited to Tampa. CAKE PLATES-SPECIAL SALE
all enlightened-communities.: the line of municipal improvementsthat Pensacola and Ocala editors are in

; --U -.L----- _- -__s 'Pensacola, together with other his city'has.undertaken-municipally a controversy as to which town has

4_ : cities baa more .than once been own d 'waterworks and a the,best high school The gentlemenare Competition sets up all night scratching its head

ACOlDA, FLOEim SUNDAY MOKNING. JULY 1, 190 beI thorough system of sewerage. It has Invited to visit Tampa ami' Inspect time we make an offer of this kind. We
;l-". blackened by crimes that can long been a matter of surprise that the model high school of the every won'tgive

I charged directly If not to the gam Pensacola should be so healthy as It state.-Tampa Herald. reasons why ,we are able to do it, but just produce
He- 'PkntyofVorkfor Government; Control themselves to the fact thatambling
'" existed in the community, the goods:and the price. They will speak for us '

A Food Inspector Quarantine Necessity. of .....m.,,...,,....OOO .... I4..............-.... china
and the sporadic,efforts the authorities They are hand painted artistically decoratedin
-!: There has been some talk with ref.
A great deal has been and
said. I to the evil have noteen
.. erence to appointing a city meat in. more has been written relative to b permanently suppress successful SEVEN DAYS IN'AMERICAN rose designs brought out of blue back ground into

ep ctor arifi, while such an official if the recent case of the steamer Clinton -, The only way gambling ,can be dark'green fore ground; very beautiful and worth upt to
; thoroughly competent, and clothed plying between New Orleons and
eradicated is by concerted and
z: with the necessary authority, ironic; Havana calling at Tampa, Fix,i action against the gamblers energetic and l. : : HISTORY $1 .25

"- undoubtedly prove of value to both 'winch, it seems, landed sixteen passengers that such action has not been taken, ...... .. .., .. KRESS' PRICE MONDAY ONLY 25c
; - - -
; the packing houses and the people if at,Tampa after been
ic view of conditions which are not 1.--
'f! the office is created it should be given out of Havana but a little over 2-1'' 1.I
known to exist tutwhich -
only : are July 1- 1826-Death of John Adams -aged
.fi\$: greater scope and the duties of 'the. hours afterwards proceeding to New i common talk is anything but complimentary .I.117G-Debate befcins in congress,sitting ninety-one and Thomas Jefferson KRESS' PILLOW CASE SALE
incumbent should not be confined: ex Orleans where in accordance with I the
res. aged
in Philadelphia
I to the officials to whom, the on eighty-three on the
iI closlrely to the examination. ,of fresh the, regulations of.the. Louisiana, olution of Independence. fifteenth anniversary: of"American -
leople have entrusted' the enforce- are 42 inches long and 18 inches wide and made
.t .... meats and packing house products, Board of Health she was placed in 1806-Coal Is,first mined in the United Independence.1828Corner.stonO They
but tent of the laws, ana' to whom they States, at Mauch Chunk Pa. of the best of
should include all articles offered quarantine for the usual period of six of Baltimore and muslin.
Jook for protection from ylce and 1821-Spain agrees to sell Florida to Ohio '
i. for sale as food. Railroad laid with ceremony \
days. In the meantime it would have
of tf:, 'the United States.
crime deaciption. at
every Baltimore. 10 Cents Each.
'resh meat U by no means the only been possible for a passenger who d-- 1861-Steel guns first manufacturedat 1834 '
it thing in the lied of food that endan embarked at Tampa. to Teach;New .i 'President.Roosevelt is said to have Trenton N. J. broken up. by anti-slavery a mob in society'New Worth 25 Cents.

gers health, neither is it the only ar Orleans in fact, a passenger who left expressed the opinion that William 1863-Battle of Gettysburg begins. York. Abolition riots follow.

f tide, that is offered to the public Tampa immediately after disembarking -J. Bryan would be the Democratic 1864-The starts Confederate his campaign general.against Early 1845-'A ratification convention of cit

'"embalmed*" to prevent putrefaction. I from the vessel would reach the nominee for president 'in 1908 and Washington.189S izens votes to annex Texas to "WATCH' KRESS'WINDOW

:; Although it is possible that' the milk Crescent City before the vessel os that the only man the Republican -Battle of El Caney ,war with the United States. -

E used in, this city: is. free from. contamination which he sailed from Havana reached party can put up against him successfully Spain.) ; 1846-Capt John C. Fremont declares
: 2- Independence of California at
-f. numerous instance have July '
& the Louisiana quarantine station. Is William H. Taft the
f come to light in 'other cities! where present 1543-DcSato starts on his voyage ter defeating a superior force ofexicanS' Schools
Incidents of this nature, and this secretary of war. This is a pretty down the 'Miss:ssippL' { and Colleges

1'' formaldehyde was used to preclude I la by no means :the first -one .complained hard blow to the aspirations'ofVicePresident ? 1776-Resolution., of Independence 1848-Corner-stone of. Washington

j ; the possibility' of it spoiLng: on the I of. amply demonstrate the Fairbanks, and Secretaries adopted by'the Continental Con- monument laidby President 1
1\: bands :of the milkman. Then too the >C
necessity for control of haw gress. I
government and Root, all of whom BRENftUEUFAULA
; old joke. of the milkman and the 1783-An order in council of the BrItIsh -; with Mexico proclaimed. THE ALABAMA
the and inefficiency
maritime quarantine have been
the prominently mentioned
.;:, pump his been found to have more government forbids: Amer-j 1S56-Kansas legislature, assembledat
of state quarantines against possible .> -
candidates in the
Icajf ShipsTlQ engage
t: or lean foundation fact. Topefca dispersed by United ALABAMAA
,, upon possible infection; it a great deal like : West Indies trade.187IMmtjeerson ; : States ,
;; ,It it no uncommon thing to see decayed nailing up' the front door to prevent Guess man is allowing : by procla-j UOOpS.c1861FhIrtysevenihCngress. iidd HIGH GRADE COLLKB-CONSERYAVI; ,

: vegetables offered for sale and ,to ., mathdj f 'I'6Ta all Intercourse : convenes I FOR TOUN LADIES
I '- the 'entrance of burglars and leaving en apprentice. run things.. againThwte's ,-. an\f President Lincoln : i -. .. '
occasionally a car arrives' 'In such r k t .sh'p: ,of warat111 ,
in Literaryspecial ,
: '
the rest of the house wide open.. ,:.- \ ,:; send,*messaseoutlining policy I Thorough course
condition personal expenses for several 'Qdus-aiIat-are'ln :American. IL in music II
:1;: that the onors arising there- he proposes: advantages
The federal quarantine bill has ,_. waters to. thdraw. pursuing I '-. of bI 'jI
have *
years averaged I7.000 J- art oraWrv, Orchestra
from per ,
ft5 pollute the atmosphere for seceded states; asks for, $400- IfsZT
181Z--.cap1. David Porter, of the U. S building -
blocks. been passed by congress and.. now, month. The reincarnated Elijah has ; 000,000 and 400.000< men. -- instruments. Beautiful new
; Rotton fruit is sometim"tsit" only awaits the signature of the a.1.Kfisex, 6451$,on a cruise 1863-Gen. 1 1 located upon a magnificent elevation:

offered for sale at a low price by president-to become a law. That ,It evidently _gone. back on. ",thefare .supplied against"the-SrtLsh* ,-(Beginningof VleksbarET Pemberton to Gen, Grant surrenders I .. ;I I I local winter climate splendid health record ,,
doves in the desert. the of 181%. tplace of ncul
by y.
ti email dealers and fish have been sold war ) AJa"-ma Brencn Outtauoua
should become effective at the,earliest buT hftitioa) of 1863-Ex President. Franklin Pierce (! Write fatillllatratad tatee jcL \
4: from tubs that were absolutely unfit' tflt-Flrat. p reapIng makes his famous anti-war ,,
possible moment incidents; like It is a, standing joke that the ice machines'In Hamilton couniy '
; for human Speech .
i consumption. at Concord. N. H.
the .one cited .above amply prove. man gets all that is coming to him IM. i. ___ I
There is l Disastrous fire in Portland Me.
i.j' plenty of work for a competent 182-Gen. McClellan abandons. the
in the gladsome summer time. The 1868-President Johnson
J food inspector, but. should the The murder of Standford White by advance on Rchmond:: and retreats BY
Toledo ice: men, who conspired to general ,amnesty. : to ex-Confede
office be created, by all means gve Harry Thaw, in the Madison Square dOthe'3ames.1864thngress't rates.1885The j Steamer MonarchWill fREE
raise prices Ire now getting theirs. 'MAIL
the Northern
'A .
: the Incumbent authority to Inspect all roof garden. at,New York, a few: days ', supreme' court, having decided :
but not in usual pleasing:: fashion "Railroad Company
; foods and to condemn that which is ago furnishes still another argument 1881-President erfleld shot in Baltimore ( the Edmunds antipoy-: Two.Trips

'TJt 'found in such condition either from against the evils of pistol "totlng.for: A suitable reward should be offered and Potomac Railroad gamy act constitutional Mormons BOOKKEEPING AND SHORTHANDto

)' -3 'natural. causes or from the use of a, the tragedy would not have occurred for the discovery of line of station, at Washington, by Chas., at Salt Lake City placed to FIVE persona inetcfi county,den ring to tate
soma the United. States flag at haItI l1al1nstl'Uctic.u.who will win: z:)dzp
chemical preservative! as" to ,bo. unfit -- had not Thaw ,been possessed? of a human endeavor that is absolutely Guitean. mast LIFE SAVING STATION clip and SEXD this notice to either -f

{t: for use.General. revolver which waS'rea.dy to his hand free from graft. 1890. -House the Lodge of Representatives"force bill" passes .I July 5- ,

1742-Spanish fleet of fifty-one SUNDAY.Boat IIRAUGHO 'S5li4he4o
I vessels
1893-Battle Of San Juan Hll.July's ; .
t-T Gilchrtst A member of John D. Jr.'s with 5,000 men attempts
i may be able to Complimentary to the .Sunday, .
!(j; foMow] the, trail of William Jennings school class finds a similarity between I 1608-Champlain returns from Franceto 1758-'-Aiercrombie the: invasion of and Georgia.Lord Leaves 10 a, m and 3 p. m i //

cff: Bryan but it will be somewhat, diffl Deep Water City John. D. Sr., :and Moses. There is New France and lays the embark on Lake George against Howe 'REFRESHMENTS ON BOARD.

cult for the, big cracker statesman to Citizens of Pensacola are always one difference however. Moses foundations for Quebec. Ticonderoga and Crown Point. BOAT LEAVES PROMPTLY.M. .
1775-Gen. Washington at Cambridge, J. FLORES
"boost" and and John Ds 1776-New Haven plundered and pil- lumbia Shreveport, Dallas or Jacic
$ footprints. particularly so when operations have been army consisting .of ;
f' aged by the
the advantages progress- and prospe- confined to bringing forth oil. 14,500 men. 1777-Alaericans British. son. Miss.
:t Its of the city are recognized and: 1811:-The goverpment resolves to ocCUpy deroga. Fort Ticon Moonlightlay \V'8 also teach BT MAIL sar&fsKSf. "
Rooserelt's Proposed EEFTJKD MONEY. Law, Penmanship. Ar':a

Chauncejr DepeV Florida
West the
has,resigned from against
predate by residents of,other,,,and 1779-New Haven captured by Gen. lactic, Letter-Writinsr, Drawnj?. CartooL
Junket the Isthmus cities. Under the directorate of seventycorporations.Ince remonstrances of Great Britain. Tjron of New York Business K gHft. Bmkmir etc.
to larger the heart "Pensa- 1814-Fort Brie' surrendered by the with a In 15 Stales. $300 000.01
[ cola is.a.. Good ,Town" the.,following he became mixed up with the British without struggle. force of Hessians and Tories. c.Collr: uocs. Indorwil'by t :
Thevipectacular a
Mr. Roosevelt Having insurance and other scandals.! He has iS14m'erican.. victorious over British Excursion Ie&II men. No Ta'ation:enter en'time W-: t
1. evidently appeared In a recent issue of the 1815-'Commercial treaty between the for a.talow. rfiSinOIl secured or MICE KHK
decided that he has also resigned( the position of after ,at 'battle of Chippewa. (\&r
: United States and England, YOU MlJSTfalordertoirtE<'in'pt1JdJ'FFr''
Birmingham -ll ra.ld ,
4; ,zuissed enough good things in the official .: "' Ag : dinner jokesmlth., signed at London. qf 1812.) writenow ="JdeelretoEoreaEooiyoor '1
Pensacola is one of the most July 6- epeci l Study Offer i
- junket line with Uncle Sam pay. 1832-Bill to recharter the national in th.. pubUhed .t.
:.t ing the bills has concluded that there prosperous' towns in the south." saidGeorge i-H bank finally passes congress. 1630--Fourteen vessels arrive with FHALAFOX METHODIST SUNDAY

: : is an imperative call:for his presence Cobb who has/Just returned ** SAID OF' PIEN3ACOLA 9#' 1839-First normal school in America These 1.500 colonists colonists for founded Boston Water-Bay. SCHOOL CLASS, No. 11. t

on the I5 mua.Panama. .and is from the Florida city. AND PENSACOL'IANS opened at Lexington Mass town Dorchester and
busy ,. "Remarkable: development has occurred 1844-Treaty concluded with China Roxbury. GULF CITY COFFEE CO
arranging lor voyage to Colon: -1 '' 1758 French ambuscade British advance Friday AfternoQn July 6 ,
permitting trade and residencein
and a- grand march through the cuial in the past few years. Real estate _. I. ..."" I certain Chinese ports. near Ticonderoga; Lord H. P. CHIPMAN Manager

t zone in company with his chief values hare_ advanced amazingly 1846-""Bost ;n and Buffalo connectedby Howe killed.1775iContlnental The large and commodious steamer

satellite the mighty Taft. Of course Along the bay front, where numerous Pensacola's Exports.Pensacola's I telegraph. congress. issues amanfesto. COLUMBIA, will be at Palafox wharf Roasters Blen ders and Shippers of!

-: ,there has to be a plausible excuse for palatial homes ,have been erected ,export trade continues 1S56-House of representatives votes justifying its resistance ready for passengers at 4:30: o clock.
to increase at & very gratifying rate.I to receive to England. The boat WH1'leare at 5 clock
Kansas into the Union going Fine CoffeesOUR
values have 'c .
each a trip and Mr. Roosevelt finds it : over and onr'In Something like three millions of dol with a free soil constitution. 1781-''French army joins Gen. Washington direct to the Life Saying Station and

4--- in the assertion that the Interests of three years. Some of the homes there lars worth more goods were:shipped 1863-Gen. Lee retires from the bloody on the Hudson. returning In',time for cart. COFFEES ARE SOLD BY Aufc

the people will be better subserved byreason are as handsome as you find any through the port there the past. year I I field of Gettysburg. 1781
of his personal investigation where. than the year previous. This is, of 1864-Sherman's troops occupy Kene- and retires in good order. ROUND TRIP. 35 CENTS.
course, no great surprise to those 17?;Congress establishes the standard
\1- Into conditions the "Pensacola is'a good lumber town. I saw Mountain.
upbn isthmus.
who keep up with the progress being of the American dollar
r 'The administration of Theodore Thousands of feet-of' ,excellent lumbar made in this section of Ftoflda.-Ma- 1898-Admiral off Cervera's fleet destroyed 1834-Boston{ and Worcester Railroad

< Boosevelt has bsen a bonanza to ,th I is shipped every season. Quite a lot rianna TimesCourier.v July 4- Santiago. "opened.

.'' junketers, and the end is not yet t.of grain is handled there, too. A large Bliss! After Pointers.S C S I 1648 'Massacre of Huron converts to 1S39-burned.Large,.portion" of Eastport Me.; Bay ExcursionTO a FaySholesTypewriter

modern grain eievator >is I ,
cBattieshlpo, cruisers gunboats and operated. Christianity by Mohawks In
(Mayor Biles of 1845'- (
Pensacola President
did ,1' requested to occupy I
5: transports baTe been called into ser The wharflng facilities are" good. The good thing; for his city when,.he came, 1676-Reform Michigan.' the ports of Texas and to send

evice, to say nothing of the gunboat I Louisville and Nashville railroad his to Jacksonville last.:week to get some Virginia's legislation completedby an army for' Its protection. OAKLAND

? Mayflower, which has been practically two: wharves-one 800 feet and the pointers on the successful management .. event is new assembly and 188-Democrats nominate Horatio It U timpla.easy to operate t'zht rumlmz,
hailed as first successful '
w.-e o'
.,. appropriated for ,use of the- president other 1200 feet long,:and steamers; are do to'of a city and what'a town mast' revolution in America. Seymour for president to attend the does powerful nice manifolder.clear-cat work make the key but ctionn .:!f
thrive. Old Peneacola to 1892-Rioting begins in 'great Homestead tire.there roda 01' tIe.- '
? are no greasy
1754-Col .
fi" and his family and the pets of constantly In the hanbor faking on or expend much money within the if ext George Washington' defeated steel strike. GRAND to keep clean. soil the haDd.J or work l- ''

fi the ;Great:One' have, traveled In styli unloading their cargoes.'The few months on improvements-and it by the French at Fort Necessity 'July.71520On- REUNION AN9PICNIC Far-Sbol Typewriter I. baDdsotneb
in southwestern Pennsylvania. Ubed.h durable sad fully fnaranfeed.
more befitting East In lan potentates weather is delightful. It you may be made the eqnal of her eastern L ( the plains of Otumba Cortez Yon purchase a Fay-Sfaole Typ", ''
-ib'c': .than official representatives of a great] have an,Idea th Florida Is pleasant sister Pensacola mtin.lcIpalutilities Ts and 115'-Benja.mia Franklin lays before decides' the fate ot Mexico for other cash typewriters or on easy in ejchaow payioeot M part W 'PP.eguIr .

: republic, whose tenure of office JUii. only in 'winter you 'only have to a magnificent congress at Albany plan for a by defea1lng..the. naUve..a.rmy. correspondence machine. '
a -
seep water tOt
seaport, and should. hare 1640{} {{Providence (R. L) has a No 6 or No.7 model.eomfJete.-itJI
limited the visit Pensacola to be fedetal constitution, intended to goT'ernment Of l i Pythiu''WED ,box of tool instruction>"0';*;
by wLhesof, majority of r disillusioned. every facility to make her .a great: formed. by forty nit!- the KniCIjts o er I10PJX and an :of flO.00 d 11':;
by union., for easy pannent
the people. The ocean breezes make the atmosphere city.-nJacksonville. Metropolis.. .. defense tens after Jhelr own model ESOY, JULY 4, 1906. and J7JO per month-no fatrf
SS 1 .against French encroachments 1755 19100 payable 122.50 down and iZi'> u
.ft -Gen. Braddock
Just what President Roosevelt delightful" defeated
Pensacola's Candidate.Political I It Is adopted but nearFort Given by Magnolia Temple No. 4, ana SO day -no Interest
1t.hop'es to accomplish by a persona tripf As Secretary Jones, of Mi9 Chamber booms for, the next governor Ia.ter'rejected by some of the Indians.Duquesne by French and Rathbcn: Sitters. Fare for roundtrip open responsible account. parties on 30 dz'

.- through the canal zone Is not,'apparent of Commerce remarked a day 'cr 'seem to ha: the order of 'the: colonies and England.17T 1777- Bnrgoyne defeats Americans 75c. Steamer Columbia wn $83 JO-Cash wife Order ,:I

s. to ordinary mortals but it is questionable so ago. '?Tensacola ,on. the'crest ota day far state papers. So far about -Declaration At 2 o'clock in the afternoon the St. Hubbardton.under leave Pfclafox wharf at 7:30 o'clock request A Fa,-to bo1ee any Typewriter reliable wfflbe sent-c?

lj '. if the trip, which ,1.1 involve wave of prosperity." No city in twenty-five names have been mention pf Independence 1798 Washington appointed lieuten indrrfctaalor.
., Ed. and of this adopted by the -Continental Con- a. m.Escambia concern anywhere sa.
number will
1W tha expenditure of anywhere the south has a brighteroutlook, ando be there possibly gress. ant-general of the armies of the .at our n:-'
or three of them In ths "
United States. for -
pense. a tea
French -
: $ 00.O00 will tw of Talua ,to city can boast the opportunities to race when the decks are clearetf for: 1778 Three hundred aged people'and annulled by treaties ays'free trial to

I the people commensurate with the brains an? 'capital that ire to be action. children massacred by Indian In iastlc congress. Enthns-j E prove its wortb.Yoornameaad. -X
preparation for
i ;- !Ipense. found In the Deep Water City of the Of the many who are thus far the Wyoming Valley.178lWfl1abu war withFrance. Pressing Club awmbeing t
spoken1 u candidates : (Va.) evacuated oar -
,B 1t. after all, Teddy is IT, and If he G lf. tings; of. Pensacola, .has ,received T. A. Jen the by Conrwallls.. 1844 Five thousand troops called oat: Dyeing, Cleaning' and Pressing of bookletand .

wants to spend a fortune in ,a trip of heartiest praise from'all sections, and i 1789 .president WJashington approves, to suppress race riots in Phila gentlemen's and ladles' Clothing. Club sampleSK**
this> character the dear people .will The drainage controversy has at it is not yet kaowa:whether he will]I the first tariff act. Iti duties delphia. rates only; $1.00 per month. We call 2P vssf
l least? furnished the brethren of'the become 1885Payne, Herrold, :Atzerdot and I IiMrs for 'and deliver all work. No. 9 B. Tay.Sboltnl
; havt .to pay the"freight, even if it Florida,press with a subject to wraagle ne a candidate Or .not.' though incase L averaged about 8# per cent. ( Surratt hanged in Wghington Intendencla.. %___ MsIc BilI1diIIv. CtliU! _.,,.(
does. .
enter the .
pjljticaj 1818-
:\1 |I"a acaiASt the grain. Construction of the Erie Canal for .
over. complicity la the Har
arena for governor. he will make begun.iiiii der of & CO, Props,. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Prell..tent Lincoln. Setae's Old Stand. 204 West Bay Street


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