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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING MAY 291909
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COUGHS COLDS
CURES SORB THROAT
WHOOPING COUGH AND
ALL PULMONARY DISEASES
MtS J C Jenkins Denver
Cob writes I cant say
enough for Ballards Hore
bouna Syrui It bas cured
my baby of the croup and my
children of severe Coughs
I know no better medicine U
2Sc SOc and 100
Ballard Snow Liniment Co
ST LOuIS MOo
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Sold and Recommended by
W A DALEMBERTE
Druggist and Apothecary
15t South Palafox Street Pansacola Fla
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DR J H MOCK
DENTAL SURGEON
Crownand Bridge Work a Specialty
Painless Extracting of Teeth
Moved to 310 Brent BuHdlng I
PHONE 1077 I
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SECRET SOCIETIES
ORDER EASTERN STAR
Regular meeting Florida
Chapter No 9 O E S
Tuesday Tuna 1st at S
oclock Visiting members
crdlally lvjtd
or MRS 1I rT FOWLER
MRS F M SMITH W M
Secretary
FAM
Special communication ot
Escambla Lodge No 15 F
A M Friday May 2S at 730
oclock Work in the F C
degree Visiting brothers fra
ternally Invited HARRY W GIBBS
E J QUIGLEY wr M
Sccrctarj
Junior Order United American Mechanics
Mallory Council No 12 Junior Order of
United American Mechanics meets every
first and third Saturday night at 730
oclock at 1C of P hall West Garden
street Visiting members Invited
F C MEYER
A L POIDEVANT Councillor
Secretary
Pencacola Lodge No < t I o O F
Pensacola Lodge No 4 L 0 O F
m etevery Thursday night at 730 at
their hall comer Baylen and Belmont
streets Visitors cordially invited
O JACOBSON
Wo J PACE N G
Secretary
DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAH
Naomi Lodge No 10 Daughters of
Rebekah meets every Monday night at
8 oclppk at I O O Mondar Visiting
listers cordially Invited to be present
ANNA A RIDGELY
Recording Secretary
HATTIE J NEVILLE N Q
VOLUNTEER VETERAN FIREMEN
Volunteer Veteran Firemens Associa
tions meets at Knights of Columbus
Hall the first Friday In eada month
at 800 p m
J N ANDREWS
ABE DANIELS President
Secretary
<
Legal Advertisements
NOTICE
Is hereby given that by virtue of tho
power contained In three collateral notes
made by P D Dumont to me on March
9 1907 securing an inbedtedness from
him Jtm and Pledging seven hundred
and fifty 7 pO shares of tho stock of the
Maxent Land Company a corporation of
the State of Florida I will sell the said
stock because of default in payment of
eaid Indebtedness at public outcry he
fore the County Courthouse door in the
City of Pensacola Escambla Count
Florida at twelve oclock M June S
1909
SAMUEL E EWING
May 29 J909 It Trustee
Sealed proposals for the grading paving
and curbing certain streets in and for
the City or Pensacola Florida will be
received by the Board of Bond Trustees
at the Council Chamber up to 12 oclock
noon of the 1st day of June A D 1909
To be addressed tot M Bushnell Chair
man and endorsed Proposals for Pav
ing Streets
The work for which proposals are invit
ed consists of approximately 170700
square yards of clay or shale blocks sheet
mijphalt bitulithlc wood block or ma
cadam pavement and 115950 lineal feet
of concrete curb Amount of each class
to t9 determined alter proposals arc re
ceived and considered
Each proposal must be accompanied
with a certified check in the sum of five
thouand dollars 5000 drawn on some
bank doing business in the City of Pen
sacola and made payable to the Board of
Bond Trustees of the City of Pensacola
Specifications and blank forms of pro
poI can be obtained by application to
the Chairman the Board of Bond
Trustees or of the Chief Engineer at
Wilmington Del and a full set of plans
can be seen at the latters office either at
Wilmington or at Pensacola
The right Js reserved to reject any or
all bids or to award any part of proposed
Work to any bidderR
R M BUSHNELL
Chairman Board of Bond Trustees
T CHAL LEY HATTOX
Chief Engineer
Wilmington Del arid Pensacola Fla
mayS S 12 15 19 22 2629
HARBOR AIVER
AND MARINE
NEWS
Shipping Transactions and
Notes pf Interest Along
a The Bay Front
The schooner Ruth from Gason
Point with 96 barrels of rosin and
the schooner Norwich from Boggy
Bayou with 190 barrels arrived here
yesterday their cargoes being un
loaded at Jefferson street wharf
Tarpon Will Arrive Today
The freight and passenger steamer
Tarpon Capt Barrow is scheduled to
arrive here this morning from St
Andrews She will leave Sunday
night at SUO oclock for Mobile
S
Left for Sea
Th British steamship E O Salt
marsh left for sea yesterday
Finished Loading
The Italian bark Lulsini has fin
ished loading and wa moved yester
day from Perdido wharf to the
stream
Towed by the Echo
The Italian bark Sava 1104 tons net
CapL Caflerno arrived here yester
day afternoon from Gibraltar being
towed into port by the tug Echo
Capt W C Clark which took the
bark in tow 20 miles south of the
Mobile lighthouse The Echo left
here for Mobile at 4 oclock yesterday
evening
S
328701 Steerage Passengers
The total number of steerage pas
sengers that came into this country
since January 1 up to May 1 is 328
701 as against 116488 In the same
period last year This would indicate
that the immigration tide has turn d
in this direction in earnest and if
the same rate is kept up for the re
mainder of the year all records will
likely be brokenNew York Marine
Journal
Cleared
E O Saltmarsh Br ss Rogers 2369
for Liverpool with 5583 bales cotton
677975 lbS tobacco 365 pcs oak
staves 115 pcs dogwood logs 67 ma
hogany logs 18000 s ft wood billets
280548 Ibs pig copper 25000 s ft oak
lumber
LIST OF VESSELS N PORT
Steamships
Auguste Aust ss Cosulich 1935
New York to Gulf Transit Co
Hlllglade Br ss Johnson 2374 Rio
de Janeiro to South Atlantic Steam
ship Co T
Bloomfield Br ss Harirs 1689 Para
to FrJ Schreyer
Barks
Ansgar Br bktn Jorgensen 276
Rio Grande de Sue to master
Aline Ital bk Pace Cardenas to
master
Luigini Ital bk Figari 1043 Sa
vona to Southern States Lumber Co
Superb Nor bk Syrdahl 1394
Geiioa to master
Schooners
Mexico Nor sch Fennefoss 475 La
Gualra to H Baars Co
THE WEATHER
IN PENSACOLA
I
Furnished by local office United
States weather bureau for tho Pen
sacola Journal o May 29 1909
Maximum temperature yesterday
81 degrees at 1220 pm
Minimum temperature yesterday 70
degrees at 1202 a m
Average maximum temperature for
this date 82 degrees
Average minimum temperature for
this date 70 degrees
Normal temperature for this date
78 degrees
Accumulated deficiency of daily
mean temperature since first of the
month 103 degrees
Accumulated excess of daily mean
temperature from January 1st to tae
first of the month 160 degrees
Total rainfall since 1st of the month
380 inches
Normal rainfall for this month 26S
inches
Total excess of rainfall from Jan
uary 1st to first of month 404 in
ches
PINE FOREST
Pine Forest ajay 28We were
visited with an allday rain yesterday
which will no doubt help the crops
Corn is making a good growth here
and promises to yield heavily Many
of the farmers are taking advantage
of the damp weather and are planting
sweet potatoes
Mrs Pendleton Is visiting with
friends and relatives here
Mrs JT Ransley and son Arthur
were in Pensacola Saturday
Mr and Mrs A C Diamond were
visiting In Pine Forest Sunday
Mr Klabish of Brent was in Pine
Forest Sunday
Miss Margaret Webb was the guest
of Mr and Mrs AC Diamond of
Klondyke Sunday evening
Harvey Peters was visiting at Beu
lah and Cantonment Sunday
A number of young people attended
the services in the Baptist church at
Klondyke Sunday evening
Quite a number expect to attend
the fifth Sunday meeting at Union
Hill which is better known as Myrtle
Grove
Friends of Dr S A McCall will be
interested to know that he has ac
cepted the position of teacher of
class No 2 in the Methodist Sunday
school
SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES
Allens PooUEise a powder It cures painful
smarting nervous feet cad ingrowing nAil and In
stantly takes the tine out of coma aaa bunions Its
the greatest eoaifon dUcorerr of the ae Allen
FootEaee makes tight or new shoes feel caay It b
a certain cure for nreatiag callous swollen t tired
aching feet Try it today Sold by aU Druggists
and Shoe Stores By mail for 25c in ettmps
Dont e ptn1 tubttttuU Trial package FREE
Addresi Allen 5 ObOBted Le Roy N T
PRORAMFOR
MEMORIAL DAY
COMMANDER PETTERSON MAKES
PLANS FOR SUNDAYS CERE
MONIALS AT THE NATIONAL
CEMETERY
The W T Sherman Post 21 G A
R Sons of G A R Veterans and
the Womans Relief Corps will meet
at 123Q ociocK sharp in front of
I the United States custom house Sun
day and march to the electri line
station headed by WyerX band The
train will leave the station promptly
at 1 oclock Tor Barrancas stopping
at the big road near the ice factory
east of the naval hospital wall where
a procession will be formed as fol
lows Barrancas Band Army and
Navy detachments Garrison of the
Army and Navy Union Confederate
Veterans Womans Corps of the G
A R Shermans Camp sons of G
A R Veterans and Sherman Post
GAR
Upon the arrival inside the ceme
tery gate the troops will please halt
and open ranks the Garrison of the
Army and Navy Union the Confed
erate Veterans Womans Relief
Corps the sons of Veterans and
Shermans Post G A R continu
ing their march to the monument to
the right of the grand stand forming
a circle the military forming on the
outside of the circle After the ser
vices of the G A RanJ Army and
Navy Union a salute will be fired over i
the graves by one of tie military
companies The band will then retire
to the grand stand The program on
the grand stand will be as follows
The Rev Chas P Hall chaplain
of the post will open the services
with prayer I
Solo Mrs W K Wilson Mv Own
United States accompanied by the
Barrancas band
Address Hon W B Sheppard
Solo Mrs W K Wilson A Dream
of Paradise accompanied by the Bar
rancas band
Address Hon John E Stlllrnan
Address Rev Charles P Hall
Solo Miss Barnum
Address RevJ A Abbott
Solo Mrs C Forrest
Remarks Commander J C Petter
son Closing prayer by Rev Charles P
HallThe
The mayor and city officials citi
zens and all veterans Confederate
cud G A R and Sons o Veterans
and all visiting veterans are cordJally
invited to participate in the memor
ial services and all who can are re
quested to bring flowers to place on
he graves of the fallen heroes both
these who wore the grey and those
who wore the blue
J A PETTERSON
Com W T Sherman Post G A R
G R SMITH
Adjutant
Attention WT Sherman Camp Sons
of Veterans G A R
The members of Sherman Camp
will please meet the W T Sherman
Post 21 G A R on Sunday May the i
30th at 1230 in front of the custom
house to attend memorial services
By order of
G T WENTWORTH
Capt Sons of Veterans G A R
Against Bathing
They w ere two elderly men en
joying the play from the pit and the
griefs of the heroine wore too much
for one of them who furtively mop
ped his eyes says Tit Bits
Why youre blubbering jeered
jis friend
Well he sobbed I like a man
to show a bit of feeling John
Feeling echoed John with a cyni
cal snort you neednt wash your
face in It
i MARKET j REPORT J
NAVAL STORES
Savannah Ga May 2S 1903The fol
lowing are the naval stores quotations
at the close of the market today
W W 515 to 530
WG 500 to 530
N v 495
M 4oo
K 485
I 415
I 400
G 331
F OCd
E 365
D 330
B l85 to 290
Spirits Turpentine 39 to 39A cts
Markets firm
By Associated Press
New York May 28 The market
opened with a lively demand In force
and large gains resulted here and
there with the whole market a fraction
higher than last night Of United
States Steel 6SOO shares were sold at the
opening at 61 f6 and 61 34 compared
with 61 14 last night The price subsequently
equently rose to 62 Western Maryland
advanced 112 Reading and Interborough
Metropolitan 1 and Brooklyn Transit and
American Malting pfd large fractions
Very little reflection of the strength
displayed by the iron and steel special
ties was shown in the railroad list
United States Steels Jump of 1 12 to
6Z 34 galvanized the rest of tho group
into action and there was a widespread
demand for stocks of this class Repub
Uc Steel preferred rose 2 points Westinghouse
inghouse Electric 112 and Rock Islapd
Utah Copper Bethehem Steel Colorado
Fuel United States Pipe preferred and
AmerIcan Beet Sugar 1
Prices receded slightly but the asrres
Ive strength of United States Steel was
a sustaining influence That stock rose
to 63 14 a gain of 2 points Republic
Steel pfd advanced 3 14 American Tele
nlne 2 14 and Corn Products L United
Scutes Rubber declined 1 Dealings In
United States Steel made up moat of the
market Bonds were firm
COTTON
New York May 8The cotton market
opened steady at unchanged prices to a
decline of 5 points with the active months
selling about 3 to 4 points lower during
DIRECTORY
PROFESSIONAL
WL
Dr Clarence HutchinSon
Has Returned
Office 312314 Brent Building
Hours 11 a m to 1 p m or by ap
pplntrnent
Surgery and Diseases of Women a
Specialty
T G YATES M D
Optican
410 Blount Building
Twenty yearef experience aa an Ey
I
Specialist Cxamlnatlan j
DR J B TILLER
DENTIST
310 Blount Building
Office Phne 86 Residence Phone 41
NOTICE
From Many solicitations Dr T J
Welch has reopened his dental offices In
the Masonic Temple and will do all kinds
of dental work Phone 523
the early session under renewed liquida
tion for over the holidays although cables I
were considerably better than due further
rains were reported in thE central and
eastern belts and the English spot sales
were encouragingly heavy o 0 OfTerins were
not heavy however and shortly after the
opening prices rallied to About the clos
ing figures of yesterday on shorts cov
ering
The market was quiet in the late fore
noon with prices barely steady at a net
decline of about 5 to 8 points under con
tinuation of proholiday liquidation
Spot quiet middling uplands 1140 mid
dling gulf 1165
Estimated recoipts at the ports today
100 bales against 18620 last week and
10372 last year Todays receipts at New
Orleans 3414 bales against 1609 last year
and at Houston 1822 bales against 1303
last year
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Chicago May 28 Bullish enthusiasm
in the wheat market was decidedly on the
wane during the early trading today and
prices were Inclined to sag on selling in
spired by more favorable conditions for
the new crop both in this country and
Europe Trade during the first part of
the session was dull and Indications point
ed to a quiet termination of the celebrated
deal in May wheat News of the day
favored the bears cables being weak
local receipts larger than expected and
crop reports from the southwest more op
timistic The market opened with prices
unchanged to 3Sl2c lower May being
at 132 and July at 116 18 to 12 Later
July sold up to 116 l2 T > 58 but weaken
ed again to L16 18 while May sold off to
131 78
Corn was moderately weak early in
the day on scattered bales by commission
houses based on favorable outlook for the
new riop Demand was small and came
chiefly from local shorts May opened l4e
lower at 72 34 and sold off to 72 12 July
which opened a shade to 14c lower at
695 1S to 68 14 sold at 69 3s
Oats broke sharply at the start on re
newed profit taking but soon rallied again
on covering by shorts Country traders
were credited with numerous sales as a
result of additional rains Prices at the I
opening were 18 to rSc lower May be
ing at 59 and July at 52 12 to 53c Later
May advanced to 60 and July for a time I
held within thc opening range
Provisions were easy at the opening be
cause of the fresh slump in coarse grain
but the market became firmer early in
the day on buying by shorts Prices at
the start wer a shade to 5c lower
Cash Wheat No 2 red 15015S
No K red 31403H4S No 2 hard
L3234139 Xo 3 hard 127t133 No
1 nortJicrn 1i1231li135 No2 northern
L30134 No J spring 127133
CornNo 2 7312J4 No 2 white
73 34 No 2 yellow 7374 No3 73 14
No 3 white 73 12 No t yellow 73 12
34
Oa sNo 2v33l2 No 2 white 59 12
< g34 No3 white 56 1259 No I
white 54ffr571S Standard 5912
Close Wheat May133 July 11638
Sept 109 December 106 34
Corn May 537S July 6958534
September 67 tT2o8 December 5712
Oats May 60c July 347S Sept
34678 December 44 34
Pork May and July 1887 12 Sept
1837 12
lardMay and July 10S212 Sept
1092 12tii95 October 1092 11r9ii
Ribs May and July 1022 12 Sept
1022 l2 ff25 October 1020
TJay Timothy Sept 400 clover May
960
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MCMILLAN BROS co
Coppersmiths General Metal Work
4 ers and Manufacturers of 4
4 4 1
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+ 1
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4 ri t
4 TURPENTINE STILLS
4 Shops Fayettevllle N C Sav 4
annah Ga Jacksonville Fla
V and Mobile Ala and Pensacola I
4 shop on East Garden street near 4
Palafox P O Box 82 Telephone
300 PENSACOLA FLA t J
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PENSACOLA ELECTRIC
COMPANY
PensacolaFort Barrancas Schedule
WINTER DAILY SCHEDLUE
Effective Thursday October 1 1908
Leave Pensacola Leave Ft Barrancas
530 a m 600 a m
600 a m 715 a no
715 a m 800 a m
800 a m 545 a m
845 a m 930 a m
930 a m 1015 a m
1015 a m 1100 a m
1100 a m 1145 a m
1145 a m 1230 p m
1230 p m 115 p m
115 p m 200 p m
200 p m 245 p m
245 p m 330 p m
330 p m 415 p ra
415 p na Sat only 510 p ra
500 p m Sat only 545 p m 600 p m
600 p m 545 p m 630 p m 700 p ra
700 p m 630 p m 715 p m 730 p m
800 p m 715 p m 800 p m 830 p m
900 p m SOC p m 845 p m 930 pm
1000 p m 845 p m 930 p mlO30 p m
1100 p m 930 p m 1015 p m1130 p m
1013 p m 1100 p m
1100 p ra 1130 p m
The 715 a m train from Pensacola will
run as a local train hereafter The 510
p m train from Barrancas will make all
stops except on Saturdays when a local
car will leave Big Bayou at 520 p m
The PensacolaBig Bayou local will be
discontinued except on Saturday after
noons 0
Local freight leaves Pensacola at i I
715 am r
1015 a ra
320 p ra
Through freight leaves Pensacola at
115 p m
SUNDAY SCHEDULE
First car leaves Pensacola at 700 a m
second car at 800 a ra and from that
Sour on the week day schedule will be
observed except a car will leave Fort
Barrancas at 500 p In instead of 510 p
in Freight car will make but one trip
leaving Pensacola at 930 a ra
WEST HILL SCHEDULE
Passengers wishing to go to West Hill
will take North Hill cars and transfer to
West Hill car at La Rua and Devilller
streets except every week day after 5
p ra and Sundays after 3 p m when
west Hill cars will run through Palafox
street to the postomce and to West HD1 51
PENSACOLAEtECTRIC COMP NY
ALBA H WARREN MST
I The man who lives long enough may amass a sufficient estate to care foe
his family
The man who insures his life at that moment creates an estate
The Union Central Life Insurance Company
4 of Cincinnati Ohio
I 4 1 2 Pounded I n 1S67 c
1 JT B S WILLIAMS General Agent
J Jo A MPensacola Fla
ilo AJ E
II 4A Es U
IIrvtoJ
II i When I
I k1 Opportunity
ll1 Knocks at
ll4 Your Door
I will you be pre
I pared to embrace
f It Start a Say
ings Account with
us and be ready
We pay 4 per cent
on savings
IQNAL
93
DESIGNATES DEPOSITORY
OF THE
UNITED STATES
CHAHIES WLAMW Mfflf mlP1Jt
ASaT CA5NI
MILTON E CLARJ IU4fS WAHDrefWS
V qA1 SY CALk
a
ins natter Music
House
A Few Specials
New Pianos 500 per month
Used Pianos 500 per month
Square Pianos 50c per week
Artist Violins 30 to 90 5 per
month
Victor and Edison Phonographs
100 per week
Records 35c and 50c Edison Rec
ord Doubleface Victor 2 records
75c each
Hear Caruso Melba Scotti and all
the celebrated artists on Victrola
every afternoon
Music Rolls 50c to 500
NeW Popular Sheet Music received
daily at 25c each
A large line of new pianos on
monthly payments
Pianos Tuned 300
Pianos rented 400 per month and
up
Pianos stored 100 per month
Player Pianos the best ever
Several good used upright pianos
from 90 to 200 500 and 600 per
> month
In our repair department we have
three firstclass men and guarantee
satisfaction We can make your old
piano look like newon monthly pay
ments if wanted
112114 S Palafox St
CREW NOTICE
Neither the captain owners I
nor consignees of the Italian
a bark Sava will bo responsible
for debts contracted by the
crew of said vessel
G CAFIERO
PENSACOLA LUMBER CO Captain
Consignee
CREW NOTICE
Neither the captain own
ers nor consignees of the ss
Cundall will be responsible
for debts contracted by the
crew of said vessel
W O GRIFFITHS
W L WITTICH CO Captain
Consignees
CREW NOTICE
Neither the captain own
ers nor consignees of the ss
a Abergeldio will be respon
sible for debts contracted by
the crew of said vessel
WM KEITH
JOHN A MERRITT < fe CO Captain
Consignees
CREW NOTICE
Neither the captain own
ers nor consignees of the Dan
a ish barkentlne Ansgar will be
responsible for debts contract
ed by the crew of said vessel
B JORGESEN
H BAARS CO Captain
Consignees
THE OLD RELIABLE
Continental Casualty Co
Organized in IS85 old line plan >
Over 390000 Death and Indemnity
Claims paid aggregating 3500000 Health
and Accident Insurance Call or write
Edw J Knipper Dist Mgr 405 Thlesen
Bldg
Subscribe for The JournaL
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A CHECKING ACCOUNT
at The First National Bank is a good system of book
keeping because it shows just where your money goes
and for what purpose
Each one of your checks is returned to you which is
a legal receipt for every dollar paid out
If your memory fails you as to payment of an ac
count reference to your check book and returned checks
will give the precise date and amount paid
We furnish neat pocket or desk size check books to
depositors I
First National Bank
of Pensacola Florida
Designated Depository of the United States
W K HYER JR W S KEYSER W J FORBES
President Vice President Cashier
THOS W BRENT Asst Cashier W N ROBERTS Asat Cashier
DirectorsF C Brent W A Blount W H Knowles W K Her Jr W J
Forbes w S Keyser and Knowles Hyer
1 1
J S REESE B M CART J W DORR
President VicePresident Cashier
The Peoples National Bank of
Pensacola
DIREC TORS
J J HOOTON R M CART L J REEVES T Z W3LM58
W A DALfiMBERTE 3 S REESE W DeC KESSLER
A General Banking Business Transacted and Account Solicited Ships > Disburse
ments given Special Attention
THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
PENSACOLA
A General Banking Bualneca Conducted an a taf anrf Cnlcrvatlve
asIa
Correspondence Solicited IlL M uahnell Cashier
a
LEARN TO SA MONEY
If you spend all somebody else deposits your
earnings We want you to deposit your money your
self in this bank
PENSACOLA STATE BANK
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Hot Water in Any
Part of the House
at any time of the day or night with one of our
big instantaneous gas heaters Simply turn the
water faucet at any point and you have hot water
as plentiful as cold Call and see heater in opera
tion in gas office
PENSACOLA GAS CO
Phone 148 25 and 27 E Garden Street
J
Pensacola St Andrews and
Gulf SteamshiD Co
STEAMER TARPON
W a BARROW Master
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER AND
FREIGHT SERVICE
Setwsen
PENSACOLA MOBILE APALACHICO
LA CARRABELLE ST AN I
DREWS MILLVILLE
And all points on St Andrews Bay Car
rabelle and Analachicela
SCHEDULE
Leaves Pensacola Sunday 636 p rru
for Mobile Ala
Leaves Penvacola Tuesday 830 p m
for St Andrews MIHvllle Apalachlcals
Carrabelle and Intermediate points
For additional Information apply te
J R SAUNDERS
H T MORRISON Precftfent
General Frt and Pies Alt Pencacola
Florida
SOUTHERN BRICK CO
Manufacturers of
BUILDING AND FIRE BRICK
Office 412 Thlesen Building
Phone 1669 Pensacola Fla
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