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PAGE TWO t we THE T H E PENSACOLA P E N S A C 0 1 A JOURNAL J 0 URN A 1 SATURDAY SAT U R DAY MORNING M OR N lNG JUNE J U NE 30 1906 1 906
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BRAWNER BRA WNERS WNERS13t S I It I I13th
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We will wiHs sell Jlany any article in the house at and below cost This means a saving to you of 25 and 35 per cent Dont fail f l to attend this thisBig thisH hisBig
H Big Closing Out Sale beginning beginningThursday beginningd beginningThursday beginningJune
d Thursday ThursdayWe June JuneWe 28 and Lasting Until Friday July 13 1906 1906We 19060
We will Close Tuesday Evening June 26 at 6 oclock and remain closed until Thursday at 830 a m to Mark Down Goods jj I
I I I would like to state that I do not give 5 per percent cent cent to anyone to conduct my sales I am my own manager and give my patrons the benefit of the saving I III a B I 1
DOMESTICS
10000 yards ards Standard Dress Prints and Calicoes actual 6c and Sc val values vaFr Values ¬
r ues Sacrifice Sale Price 41fc 41fci 4 e
i 5000 yards A Apron rOnGi Gingham gBam allcolors all colors Sacrifice Sale Price per yard4i yard 4 41c c c500f
5000 yards ards Figured Lawns 813c 8 l3c values Sacrifice Sale Price per yard ard 3c
5000 yards Figured Lawns La 8c values Sacrifice Sale Price per yard ard 5 5iiNO 5a
5000 yards ards Bleached Domest5cv7c Domestic 7c c values Sacrifice Sacri1 ce Sale Price per yd 5c
104 Unbleached Sheeting 22c 22 c values 16 1614c e
104 Bleached Sheeting 25c ic values valuesGood 18 18c 18cGood e eGood
Good Huck Towels 1 lie c values per pair 8c 8cExtra 8eExtra 8cgo
Extra Large Huck Towels 26c values 1U68 all to toBleached go pair a 15c 15cBleached 15eBleached
1 Bleached Table Damask Damaski8 58 inches wide actual value alue35c 35c Sacrifice SacrificeSale Sa rifice rificeSale
Sale Price Prlceper per yard 23c 23cRed 23eReel 23cRed
Red Table Ta > > le Damask 58 inches wide 30c value Sacrifice Sale Price PriceDRESS Price18 18e 18etT c cDRESS
tT tTDRESS
i DRESS GOODS AND SILKS SILKS36iach SILKS361ac
36iach Black Cashmere Cu mere and Mohair 3i value val tie Sacrifice Saerifi e Sale Price Priceper Priceper Priceper
per yard yard3S4ack rd 21c 21c38iach 21e3SIck
38iach Black Mohair XO Air the kind you OU have always paid 60c and 75c for go goin gola goit
in this t is great reat sale f per er r yard ard 39c 39cBlack 3geBlack 39cSlack
Black Serges Set es Panamas Voiles FJoraatine FJore tlne Crepes and Etamines swoll swollest swol1est swollest
est of f this seasons fabrics worth up to 125 yard ard Sacrifice Sale SalePrice SalePrice SalePrice
Price per yard 76c 76c36inch 76c361Dcb 76c36lack
36inch Black Taffeta the kind that wears guaranteed regular oilfinish oilfinishwe
we will sell at per yard 39c 39c36inch 3ge3Gincb 39c36inch
36inch Taffeta Silks in Black and Colors best ever shown in the city cityall cltraU cityall
all new U regular 100 values Sacrifice Stale Price per yard ard 69c 69c27inch 6ge7IDCh 69c274nch
27inch Drap De Soire all Silk 60c i c value per yard 39c 39cA 3geA 33cA
A fine Mae of LADIES LADl S SKIRTS strictly uptothehour in style in Mo Mahairs Mohairs 10 10hairs ¬
hairs Panamas Worsteds rsteds and Serges from 248 4S up upAll upAU upAll
All our fine line of Ladies Lawn and Silk Shirt Waists will be closed closedout closedout closedout
out regardless of cost or value
WHITE GOODS GOODS30inch
30inch Lingerie worth lOc per yard 5c 5c40inch 5e40inch 5c40Inch
40inch White Lawn 12c 12 c value per yard ard 9c 9c30inch 9c30inch 9c30Inch
30inch India Lnon 8c value per yard ard 5c 5cPersian 5ePersian 5cPersian
Persian Lawn 15c and 20c value per yard 11c 11cLong 11eLong 11cLong
Long Cloth worth 135 per bolt Sacrifice Price per bolt 96c 96cMercerized 96cIercerized 96cMercerized
Mercerized Waistings 15c values per yard ard 0 10c 10cNOTIONS 10eNOTIONS 1OcNOTIONS
NOTIONS NOTIONSPins
Pins per paper Sacrifice Sale Prce 1c 1cHooks 1cHooks IcHooks
Hooks and Eyes E es Black and WJiite V l it e Sacrifice Sale Price 1c 1cFeatherStitched 1eFeather 1cFeatherStitched
FeatherStitched Feather Stitched Braid worth lOc per bolt Sacrifice Sale Price 4c 4cPearl 4ePearl 4cPearl
Pearl Buttons 5c values Sacrifice Sale Price per dozen 1c 1cExtra 1cExtra 1cExtra
Extra Fine German Pearl Buttons Sacrifice Sale Price per dozen 3c 3cTorchon 3cTorchon 3cTorchon
Torchon Laces all widths with insertions to match Sacrifice Sale SalePrice SalePrice SalePrice
Price 3iAc 3iAcPoint 3fePoint 3ucPoint
Point De Paris Laces all widths insertions to match Sacrifice Sale SalePrice SalePrice
Price 4 4c e
1000 Jap Fans lOc values now nowLadies 3c 3cLadies 3cLadies
Ladies Fast Black DropStitch Dro Utch Hose I5c values Sacrifice Sale Price 8c 8cLadies 8eLadies 8cLadies
Ladies Full Fashioned Seamless Fast Black Hose 20c values Sacrifice SacrificeSale Sa SacrificeSale rifice rificeSale
Sale Price I 13cLadles 13c 13cLadies 13cLadies
Ladies Fine Handkerchiefs lOc values V 3c 3cLadies 3cLadies 3cLadies
Ladies Fine Hemstitched Handkerchiefs 15c values 7c 7cI 7cLadies 7eLadies 7cLadies
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Ladies Undervests full taped lOc and 12c values Sacrifice Sale SalePrice SalePrice
Price 7c
I I1randkerchiefs
GENTS FURNISHINGS FURNISHINGSHandkerchiefs
Handkerchiefs oc 5e values Sacrifice Sale Price 3c 3cFine 3cFine 3cFine
Fine Hemstitch Handkerchiefs lOc values 7c 7cHalf 7cHalf 7cHalf
Half Hose black tan and fancy lOc values 7c 7cGenuine 7cGenuine 7cGenuine
Genuine Lisle Hose black and fancy 25c values eo 19c 19cNegligee 19 19Neligee 19Neligee
Neligee Shirts 50c and 75c value valueMens t 43 43lens 43c 43cSuspenders 3c 3cMens
Mens Good Extra Heavy Web b Suspenders 15c value 9c 9cMens 9clIens 9cMens
Mens Guyot Suspenders 35c 35 value Sacrifice Sale Price 19 19CLOTHING 19CLOTHING 19CLOTHING =
CLOTHING CLOTHINGWE
WE SHOW NO MERCY MER v TO PRICES IN THIS DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTMens DEPA > RTMENT RTMENTolens
Mens Suits that sod sO d for 750 and 800 5423 5423Mens 423ens
Mens ens Suits in Fancy Cassimere Cassim re Cheviots and Serges others otb f ask 1100 1100for lt ltfor 1111for
for them Sacrifice rifice Price PriceSale Sale 6S S8
75 Suits regular 1250 and 1500 values comprising a grand assort assortment aMOrtment asortment ¬
ment o of block blue and fancy Cashmere Serges and Cheviots x will willbe wiJIbe willbe
be sacrificed in this great sale at S6S3 S6S3Our rE83Our 83 83Our
Our entire line of Boys and Childrens Suits will be closed o out t regard regardless repnJoless retardless ¬
less of cost or value Dont mIs3 this grand opportunity opportunityMens
Mens Good Durable Pants in all colors 150 values ii Sacrifice SalePrice Sale SatePrice SalePrice
Price PriceMens 93i 93iMens 9acoIens
Mens Fine Worsted Pants in h all popular stripes 200 2 and 2 2iO O 0 yaht vahlSacrifice aloes aloesSacrifice c cSacrifice
Sacrifice Sale Price 148 148JLr 148SHOES 145SHOES
JLr T TJ TJSHOES
SHOES SHOESLADIES SHOESLADIES SHOESLADIES
LADIES Fine Pat Tip Oxfords 125 and 150 values 9Sc 9ScLAiDKES 9cLA 98cLADIES
LADIES LA DlreS Fine Pat Tip Oxfords 175 and 200 values 139 139A 139A 139A
A Fine Line of Misses and Childrens Oxfords and Strap P Slippers dont dontfail doIltfaU
fail to see them from 9Sc up
Mens Good Durable Shoes all leather all popular styles 175 aad
200 values Sacrifice Sale Price 137 137Mens 137lens 137Mens
Mens 300 Oxfords all shapes at 248
All articles guaranteed to be just as represented Any purchase made during the sale not proving satisfactory will be exchanged or money cheerfully refunded The chance
of ofYour your life to buy atthese at these prices Dress Goods Silks White Goods Table Linens Silk Sil Waists Skjjtfs Skt jsj Underwear y Trunks Carpets Mattings in fact everything goes goesAgent goesau
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THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO COAPALACHICOLA COAPA1ACHIC01A COU
U APALACHICOLA FLA FLAManufacturers FLAMaalaitvrers FLATduwFectnrers
Manufacturers sfCypress ef efCypress of ofCvpress
Cypress Shingles Shinglesx
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CyMes es Taks Ta ks of all Doscriptkms DoscriptkmsWrite DMcripUons1Trite DeicriptbneZPxke
Write for Catalogue aa4 Price List ListUntil ListL ListUntil ListUntil
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Until July 10 10Gamela 10Camel 10Camels
Camel GamelaAsparagus CamelsAsparagus a aAsparagus
Asparagus AsparagusReduced
Reduced to 30ePer 30c 30cPer 30cPer
Per 3 31b Ib Tin TinFormer TinFormer I II I IFormer i
Former price pricewas pricewas pricewas I
was 40 cents centsLay centsLay centsLay
Lay in a supply supplynow
now It is a amost amost amost
most delicious deliciousand deliciousand deliciousand
and palatable palatablesummer palatablesummer palatablesummer
summer food foodSol foodSol j
Sol Cahn Co CoThe
The Pure Food Store StoreSeulhweet StoreSevthwet StareSwihweH
Seulhweet Corner Paiitox ind M Intendcncii IntendcnciiPhones Mle M IIenda IIendaPhones entli entliPhones
Phones JUS S i480 178 I
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i DeFUNIAK DeFUNIAKSoecfal
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Soecfal to The Th JournaLDtohuniak JournaL JournaLDaFuniak I
DaFuniak Springs June 29 29The 29Thewarm The Thewarm I Iwarm
warm weather is keeping up its gate gateat gateat
at 90 and 92 in the shade for about aboutthree aboutthree aboutthree I
three hours every eer day da and has hard hardwork hanwork hardwork
work to get below 80 in the coolestbours coolest coolesthours I
Bours We have had occasional occasionalshowers occasionalshowers occasionalshowers
showers in which we w e have some com compensation compensatioOn compensation ¬
pensation and that keeps the farmers farmersand farmersand farmersand
and truckers happy Things in an anagricultural anagricultural anagricultural
agricultural way are looking verywell very verywell s swell
well wellThe
The Childrens Day D exercises at the theM theE theM
M E Church South on Sunday Sunda nightwere night nightwere uightwere
were much enjoyed and entirely satis satisfactory satfsfacto satisfactory ¬
factory facto to Brother Northcut who is isaway i3awa isaway
away awa this week attending the wetfding wetfdingof
of Mr Tharp and Mrs Northcuts sis sister sistel sister ¬
ter terR
R N Tarraace and Ben i en Crosby Crosbyhave CrosbhaYe Crosbyhave
have both bought property in De DeFuniak DePuniak DeFuniak
Funiak and so become resident own owners owners owners ¬
ers and W V L Cawthon is so muchless much muchless muchless
less the owner of DeFuniak Springs SpringsR
R makes the DeFuniakers glad to tohave tohave tohave
have men buying homes here and we wehope wehope
hope men who ho do so will be pleased pleasedwith I
with their new ne homes homesJ
J T Harris of Boggy I oglD was up this thisweek thisweek thisweek
week and reports everything ever ihing in good goodshape goodshape goodshape
shape in that region regionThe regionThe regionThe
The militia were ere on the fireing line lineTnursday lineTnursday lineThursday
Tnursday It wa was hot out the there e es especially especiall especially ¬
pecially in the pit but The boys didsome did didsome didsome
some good shooting The captain captainseems captainems
seems ems to hold the record so far farUnion fuUnion farUnion
Union services in the M E church churchon
on Sunday night Dr Thompson ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the Baptist church preaches There Thareis Th re reIii
is a disposition to hold such services servicesthrough servicesthrough servicesthrough
through the hot season passing from fromoae fromone fromone
one chUrok to anothe in regular crder orderSuch crderSuch crderSuch
Such union services keep up tha thakiDdl thekindly thakindly
kindly kiDdl feeling among the congrega congregations congregations ¬
tions tionsThe tlonsThe tionsThe
The Methodist preacher B W WBaker WBaker Y YBaker
Baker is looking for some of his children chil children chlli i
dren from Missouri next Thursday for fora
a short s oct visit visitDr visttDrO visitDr t
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Dr DrO Okas S A Green representing A AK AK AK
K Hawks of Atlanta is in the city cityIf
If in need of glasses call on him at atHootoas atHootOits atHootoas
Hootoas Pharmacy PharmacyA PharJDacA PharmacyDR
A HAWKE3 MAN MANIS MANIS
IS AT HOOTONS HOOTONSDR OOTONSI f I
DR D C A GReEN OF WELL WELLKNOWN WELLKNOWN I IKNOWN
KNOWN EYE GLASS HOUSE HOUSEHBRC HOUSEHaRlE HOUSEHE
HE HBRC RAE FOR A FEW FEWDAYS FEWDAYS I IDAYS
DAYS DAYSDr DAYSDr I
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Dr C A Green representing A AK AK AK
K Hakes = Co oC 0 Atlanta the thewell theweU theweal
well known spectacle house is at atHootoas atHootoas atHootoas
Hootoas Pharmacy for a few days daysfitting dasfitting daysfitting
fitting gases S8es Dr Green is an ex expert expert expert ¬
pert ia the aye 8 glass business and andthose andtl10ge andtkoee
those who a ko o are Jaterested SRtor Sted will do well wellto wellto
to see 1 him m
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FALCO f ALC f ALA ALASpecial tL II IISpecial IISpecial
Special to The Journal JlurnaLFalco JournalFalco
Falco Aa June 29 29Mr Mr D D DMiles DIIles DMiles
Miles has been on the sick list this1 this1week this thisweek thisweek
week but is improving improvingMrs
Mrs Wilkinson and family famil are ex expected expected expected ¬
pected to come up from Pensacola Pensacolathis
this week and spend the rest of thesummer the thesummer th thsummer
summer in Falco FalcoMr Falcofir
Mr 11 R R Jennings who has been beenforeman beenforeman
foreman on the lumber yard at a this thisplace thisplace thisplace
place for several years ears has resigned resignedWe
We are sorry BOrr to see Uncle Bob leave leaveas leaveas
as he has been faithful to his duty dutyever dut dutever dutyever
ever since he has been hereThe here hereThe hereThe
The artesian well at this place is isnearing isnearing isnearing
nearing completion The 8inch pip pipwas pipwas pipwas
was driven to about 185 feet and andstruck andstruck andstruck
struck a soft porous rock and after afterdrilling afterdrilling afterdrilling
drilling 140 feet into the rock the thoforeman theforeman theforeman
foreman decided the well would woulafurnish wouldfurnish ouleifurnish
furnish plenty of water The water waterwas waterwas waterwas
was then standing about 17 feet from fromthe fromthe i
the Surface of the ground He put the thepump thepump thepump
pump to work and pumped for quite quiteawhile quiteawhile
awhile but could not lower the water watermore watermOre watermore I
more than 2 feet and after allowing it itto itto
to stand all night the water raised raisedin I
in i n the pipe to within 7 feet of the surl stir stirface I
face The next morning he put his pumpj pump 1 1to
to work again and pumped 30 gallons gallonscf
cf water per minute for 6 consecu consecutive consecuthe consecutire ¬
the hours and could not lower the thewater theater thewater
water ater more than 10 feet in the pipe pipeThe
The water seems c m5 to be pure and andclear an anclear andclear
clear eral mineral mineralFourth and does not taste of any an min mineral ¬
Fourth of July PIcnicers PIcnicersBossos PicnicersBossos
Bossos Ice Cream Factory will fur furnish furnish furfish ¬ I
nish you 00 ice cream cheaper than you youcan youcan oul
can make it Phone 1326 or corner cornerRomana I I
Romans and Tarragona TarragonaA
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It ItA
A Glass of Soda Smooths SmoothsThings SmoothsThings I
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Things Out Ends EndsLovers EndsLovers
Lovers Love s Quarrels QuarrelsMakes i i
Makes mama and the child children children ¬ I j
ren happy and braces up papa papafor papafor I
for his business duties Theres Theresnothing Theresnothing
I Inothing
nothing so refreshing and brac bracing bracing bracing ¬
ing on a hot day da as a glass of ofour ofour ofour
our ice cream soda flavored with withpure withpure withpure
pure fruit flavors or one of our ourmany ourmany ourmany
many different limeades and andphosphates andphosphates andphosphates
phosphates
COFFEE COFFEEHot COFFEEHot
Hot Biscuits and Rolls every everymorning eery1l10rning everymorning
morning at 5 oclockt oclockKandy oclock oclockKandy oclockKandy
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Kandy Kitchen Cafe
104 S Palafox PalafoxPhone Phone 999
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BONIFAY BONIFAYSpecial
j Special to The Journal JournalBonifay JournalBonifay
I Bonifay June 29 29lrs Mrs C M I Cox Coxir
ir i visiting relatives in Pensacola PensacolaMr
Mr 11 Warren Ward John G Ward TVartfJoe WardJoe Ira IraJoe
Joe Ward and John Silcox from fromBruce fromBruce fromBruce m
Bruce Fla were in town yesterday esterda esterdaThere
There is a protracted meeting going goingon
on at the M 1 E church South and andsome an ansome ansome d
some members have been added a ded to the thechurch thechurch th thchurch e
church churchRev churchf churchRev
Rev Elisor from Greenwood Fla Flais Flai Flais
f is i here assisting Rev Johnson the thepreacher th thpreacher thepreacher
preacher in charge of the protracted protractedmeeting protractedmeeting protractedmeeting
meeting meetingWork meetingYork meetingWork
Work is still going on nicely nicel on th thcourt the thecourt thecourt e
court house and it is nearing comple completion compleDr conipletion conipletionDr ¬
tion tionDr
Dr Jeff Coleman from Vernon is issick isI i isick s
I sick again of feverMiss fever feverMiss feeri
i Miss Mary Mar OleLeod one of the theteachers theteachers th thteachers e
teachers in the iBonifay high school schoolwho schoolwho schoolwho
who was sick si k5o so long has recovered recoveredenough recoveredenough recoveredenough
enough to start to her brothers this thismorning thismorning thi thinorning s
morning morningMr
Mr Ir lonnie Moore of Westville Westvillecame Westvilicame VeshUecame e
came over this morning morningMrs
Mrs D Gillis was over on a visit visitto visitto visitto
to her daughter Mrs lrs W H Brett Jr Jrone Jrone Jrone
one day this week weekThe weekThe weekThe
The Bonifay Bonifa high school closed last lastJriday lastFriday lastFriday
Friday An Anice ice cream supper was wasserved wassNved wa waserved s
served Friday night ana a nice sunrealized sum sumrealized sumrealized 1
realized realizedMr
Mr Ir J D Leonard is sick of fever feverR
R Devane left here today for Pen Pensacola Pensacola Pensacola ¬
sacola sacolaThe sacolaThe sacolaThe
The county school board met Mon Monday Monday ¬
day
ROBERTSI ROBERTS
Sceclal to 0 The Journal JournRoberts JournalRoberts
Roberts June 29 29JWe We are now en enjoying
joying joy ng the rainy season seasonIrs
Mrs Irs J W V Breedlove Breedlove has returned d i ihome
home from a pleasant visit to frienand friends friendsand frien s sand
and relatives in Dothan Ala AlaMrs
Mrs Irs W 1 L Everhart and daughter daughterMiss daughtel r I
Miss l i Gail spent Sunday in Muscoges MuscogesMr ru5cogelr
Mr lr and Mrs E G i Bonifay of Muscogee Mus Muscogee tuscogee
cogee spent the day here Sunday Sunrla SunrlaIrr
Mr Dan Barker haa ha < i the misfortune misfortuneto o
to to drop a deal on his foot last week weekwhich we weekwhich k kwhich
which was very ver painful painfulMr
Mr Ir Alden Fleming Flem ng is at home this thisweek the theweek I I
week on his vacation vacationMrs vacatIonMrs vacationMrs t
Mrs Riss of lP Fansacola spent Sun Sunday SUl1da Sunday ¬ i
day da with her mother Mrs S R Tat TafeQuite TatQuite TateQuite
Quite a jolly crowd from here spent spentone spentone spentone
one day on the river last week pic picnicking pIcnickIng plcnicking ¬
nicking All report a fine time timeCMTss timeITss timellITss
CMTss Maude Barker has returned returnedhome returnedhome returnedhome I
home after aft r spending a week with withfriends withfriends wit witfriends h i
friends and relatives in SMuscogee SMuscogeeMr
Mr rr Conlin spent a few days da s in Pen PensacoSa Pensaco1a Pensacola
sacoSa last week weekMr week1MI weekIr
Mr Ir A J Mackey had the misfor misfortune misfvrtune misfrtune ¬
tune to lose his horse last wees weepttMr weesMr w e err
Mr rr J T Mackey of Pensacolaspent Pensacolasp Pensacola Pensacolaspent
spent sp nt Sunday last with his parents parentsMr
Mr Ir Edmond Herman of Mobile i ivisiting 1visiting ivisiting
visiting his aunt Mrs rrs Bonifay for forfew a afewweeks 3f
fewweeks f few eekC
weeks weeksMrs r s sMrs
Mrs Jno J Barker i of Falco Ala a is isvisiting i ivisiting I
visiting v g relatives t here this week weekV eek
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MUSCOGEE MUSCOGEESpecial I II Ipecial
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Special to The Journal JournalMuscogee i iMuscogee Ilfuscogee
Muscogee June 29 29Mr Mr Millie Bar Barrow Barrow Barrow ¬
row of Jackson Ala visited relatives relativeshere relaUveshere relativeshere
here during the past two weeks j
Mr Willie Willard of Tallahassee Tallahasseeis
is visiting relatives here herefr j
Mr fr and Mrs Lee and family of ofCastleberry ofCastleberry
Castleberry Ala are visiting rela relatives relatives relaytives ¬
tives here I IMrs I IIrs
Mrs Irs Jim Mullins and daughter daughter1Miss daughttrUss daughterMiss
Miss Lena visited relatives here this thisweek thisweek
week weekMrs weekIrs weekfirs
Mrs Everheart and daughter of ofl ofRoberts i iRoberts
Roberts visited visit e d Mrs Ir3 O Merritt l sever1 sever1al sever several
al days this weekSirs week weekMrs weekfrsBarker
Mrs frsBarker Barker and daughter Maud Maudvisited Iaudvisited laudvisited
visited her daughter Mrs O Mullins Mullinsthis Mullinsthis
this week weekMiss weekHiss
Miss 1 ss Lula Tompkins attended the I
funeral of her niece Catherine Tomp ¬
kins last Sunday SundayMiss SundayMiss SundayMiss
Miss Ida Larkins of Florala Ala
is visiting her sister Mrs J W Lar Larykins
kins kinsmiss
Miss Annie Wheat of Bay Point is isvisiting isvisiting isvisiting
visiting her sister Mrs 115 E G Bonifay Bonifayand
and Mrs J W LarkinsMr Larkins LarkinsiMr
iMr I Ir George Bannerman has been
ill lJ during the past week weekRe weekRev i
Rev Re J W S nterfitt of Pensaco
la officated at the funeral of Cathe Catherine Catharine ¬
rine Tompkins on Sunday Sunda lastHoward last lastHoward
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Howard Bell has been be en ill this week weekj
Catherine Tompkins the little
daughter of Mr Ir and Mrs Its J H Tomp
kins died Thursday Thursda June 21 She Shewas Shewas Shewas
was buried June 24 at the Muscogee liuscogeecemetery J
cemetery cemeteryThe cemeterThe
The many man friends of Little Elaine ane
Price are glad to know that she Is Isconvalescent isl islconvalescent isconvalescent I
convalescent convalescentMr
Mr lr F O Ellis of Harrisbuig La
Is visiting relatives hereUNCL here hereUNCLE hereUNCLE
UNCLE SAM TO TOTHE TOd I ITNE
THE RESCUE RESCUESan RESCUEI RESCUEISan
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San an Francisco June 29 29By By the theaction theaction theaction
action of President Roosevelt and
I Secretary Secretar Shaw the government will willplace i
place at the disposal of San Francisco
I for the reconstruction of the city cIt the thesum thesum i
sum of 22000000 The sum of 12 12j
I COOOOO will be deposited with wit the thenational i
r national banks of San Francisco on
the security of municipal 3 per cent
bonds at par which makes them salaj salaI salaIble sofa
ble in any an part of the world The Thesum Thesum Thesum f
sum of 10000000 is also expected to
be deposited for expenditure by a cor corporation cororation I
oration to formed for the purpose
of erecting homes for the people whoj wto1were who whowere
were burned out A special dispatch
from Washington to the San Fran Francisco FrancIsco Francisco ¬
cisco Call > quotes Judge W W Morrow Mor Morrow IorI ¬ i
row of the San Francisco committee committeeas i ias
as saying Take it altogether ourtrip our ourtrip j
trip to the
national capital was suc stccessful successful suci ¬
cessful and we have hav our California Californiacongressional Californiacongressional Californiacongressional
congressional delegation to thank as asa I Ia
a member of our committee renderedinvaluable rendered renderedInvaluable renderedinvaluable
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Contractors will find our prices for lumber br brware br brware b ° r rware <
ware paint lime llmen n fact everything ever thIng that entf entfmakeup eDtfmakeup entcmakeup
makeup of the building much cheaper Intheyye in intheyve inthey
theyve they e been accustomed to paying J oth othrmake othmake 1
make an estimate on your our next bill and andi w wyou
you that our prices will make money for yocSaunders you J2 J2Company j
Saunders Mill i Company nY1 I
Phone 717 71 7 21 East Garden SfreMIL Sre SreMILL Stref J
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MILL L MEN WANTED WANTEDTo WA N TED TEDTo
To Buy Their Supplies From FromPEWSACOLA FromPENSACOLA
PEWSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY COMPANY5O2 rt f Y
502 J S Baylen St Phone 570 570Repairs 570Repa 570RepairsRemodelingInstalling
J Repairs Repa RepairsRemodelingInstalling rsRemode Remodeling ngInstal1 Installing ng Light Plants Anywl An wr wrANNUAL r rANNUAL rANNUAL
ANNUAL DIVIDENDS DIVIDENDScannot
cannot be e lost and an they may be e used treduce to toreduce t treduce
reduce the premiums each year if r the insured insuredso insur insurso urz urzso µ
so chooses A life or Endowment Policy with withannual wt vthannual
annual < dividends in the Union Centra L Lis Lf Lfis Lis y
is is the most satisfactory satisfactoryB
B S WILLIAMS 9 General Agent AgentThiesen AgentThiesen ent entThiesen
Thiesen Building Phone 6 6LINOLEUMS 6M I It
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