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VOLasVI[LL .NO I.
DEATH OF SECETAffWY
A NATIONAL CALAMIhL
wasm i t P mellait le
E i MR. HAY'S FAMILY BE.-
LWVED IMMEDIATE DANGER
IAG PASSED--KING EDWARDI
1 .SSES SYMPATHY-RUs.
lAM 2D JAPANESE MINISTERS
REGIET GREAT LOSS TO NA-
As, ACOPd PON
Newberry. N, H., July 1.-Te body
of Secretary of State John Hay, whose
',,r-e thkragouut the land a nd ev -
ei extprears of sympathy and regret
t:v world over, eai toMlght in a
Sni of -Tlbe Fells." the Qouaint ga bled-
-tofed mame. which. for tuarteea OWAW mdF STATE JOHN HAY'
-as has been the summer home of Why Eapred u aury t trdi Meunlg at His Sunmmer H i -N
t. y liavfalmy.NCAP N. H.
Iust one weak go teOl ght the se.
rma'- arrived frma W'sbl'-ton,i
-aried Wilh -te cares of state, ad
a pati a is summers resOMTE P O RA
0,A) the memes of the Hayfa-
a 'ere at be Pels" when the end
cdale T were ara. Hay and
C a ence Mrs. James A. Wads-
Sorh*I. ta Ill at -h ome In
.n,.o. Iw YTrk and 3mrPay e
Whr-ney aurFOenR th OisPea JUL
ou. strangle, aet te satdeas
,.terday passed the most comfo
day since his illness. Death was c-aus
ed by pulmonary embolism. QlIEr W U&KSI WII AD-
SECRETAY HAY'S DEATH
A NATIONAL CALAMITY.
Oyater Bay. July 1.-Concerning the
death of Secretary Hay. Presidmeat
Ro-mevelt to-day made the followtug
a'emeft: "My sense of deep personal
ioe. great though it is, is loAt In my
.n.1e oa bereavement to the whole
c-untry In Mr. Hay's death. I was ta.
STARS AND STArP S
The program r the great Fourth
of July picalc at Bay VYlw ark on
aou ,..Tesr Inw n ow a mI and is
CITY BOARD OF HEALTH HI
SPECIAL SESSION YEWIERO
AND SEVERAL MATTERS WE
-...-.... .. a,- -m ma a, V '- a-- -- Ig
exprssibly shocked, as everyone was given in full below. The appointeoat of Phillip SUan
f- a,; of ums, including Mr. Hay's im t W. D W
datee family bad supposed the I Wile the Ia prWill o and Ed. DItmars, as nitary ls
--d:ate danger over, and I had been commerce tll oo. it Is m4ped that tors of the city, made Friday by C
L ,;ng the rest during the summer people will arrive there earl In the Health OcMeer Hays, were conmm
. pun him in good health by fall. morning, with their dier 6 askets, yesterday by the City Board of Hea
Ti American people have never had a and spend the wolda y alld ern when that body met in special ases
:. and his io s a nsatiotn lon al -oym. pfro w"il be as fol- a noon, Chailrmpn Hays presiding.
los aaThis was the first business- tnr
Slows: acted by the board. The health oef
KCedaERtN Program. reported that under the author
KING EDWARD SENODS 1 2 .--ltil al 41 gunsiven him bt the city council to sel
MESSAGE OF SYMPATHY., u m.-.ettomal salute mt two additional inspectors for a per
by a detall of reglar modleis from extending through the summer mon
O-'s er Bay, July 1.-The first cable-, Fort Ba ...a- that he had appointe' Phtlltp Sane
r-,.r ce-ived by the president trom 1 p. m Waage the laurty Poie and id. Ditnmars. and asked fqor
"r. ruler regarding Mr. Hay's ...n fe parki1,6a- .esrs rmationof his appointment. T
o0. ane from King Edward and' wa_ done immediately.
S ows: "To the President: I J. C. Petteram. Tbs. W K.nt anL The board then entered Into a .
ff"r expressions of mvy deepest Thos. Johnason. cssion of the .anitary condition
Si :' on the occasion of the death Music by Chafer *sa e'ad the city, and the best means to p
tiuhed secretary 1:30 p. nfr at Glory the spread of diseas and a
a Hay. whom I had thepie 1-.,..o--a-of-Old (I w p o5 r zirdiag the reoval of. gaiba
'ag very rec I nt e plea- to the bree e the to be aluted The latter questCon was b-rlaght
a n. eUtry over wh. s los'i by 21 gus by detaill of regular sol- by the city health officer. w o sta
; wat illrbe aer national yoiers that be would later recmmaeT toI
*" ;' ,-.nt will be a national los.! dies t l ,,4 ,' rm ^ mb,
v "EDWARD." 1:45 p. m.- t w b Hon. posit this retse as the present pl
Roo,,s r.,ev responded as Scott M. Lfti, W. D. ShPPrd, J- was too near residences andi othiou
SPray. accept my hearty Xbell Avery, Jr AadS. mmet that it should be changed 'to so
he expression of yoar eym- .W more Isolated poitL
iM i a national bereave- wolfe. The stoppage of sewers was a
* xI)DO RBIOSBEVELT." 3 p. m.0-Ci I pole, for discussed sad meaas to pfavept
boys; prle, a pi-. anae will shortly be brought bef
SORO% EKPRESSEO BY 3:15 p. .L-O-sM e _- i scull thebodY
iSIIAN AND JAPANESE. race. s.mt sw-.-
*' >hnc', July 1.-Colat Casal. 3:3 p m.-Oih( Pidaut- IMl UbIi t IJ-
S. a:. ambassador and Di of tracee fUr primS, a Tolm
-:l-+, ,., '.r .Corps peakicg c 26 T0 ,MUi -
rL. death said: Not oany 3:0 p. a.W e. la le scalu
'' ,nment. which he served race for man. Chic Grand Jury ndes .lny Ti
t si d ervts. bot td e 4:20 p. m.-w G9 swIm y ll, M tly in Cemmecil Wlr
"" dI ble servants. but, ti -- __ eow in <+
S 0 'orld also shares t tr.e 4 pag rae -2 ; ga Ae"a1t1 1o1d M1
4:# p. m..-- partuab
S'.... :the Japaneae mtulser race. or ame; cars. mme.
u<.6'ath will not only be a in p. -.iiM i aUw lU rae
S .-- this comatry, bet t. trhe for as; y ,masateld a
u Far Ea.t ladeed, to tme S:@ p. -.- -"1 :. pra, Juicy. Ji 1.-The-Cams am
could have lived the t bati t L-- k.ir or i s',wh ad --J
t ave ga.ed mc to 5:45 p. p.,- lmI ea o at htis.a.'
progress br his Vpe Wi .wa .e-' v: e. --a- r.ei-nt test 1 Ma
tal Ur- his.lea & Ma ftn Mr .batbiug, about thirty persons, most them
Siurn hige a threat flu :so ImCai etIoB with ases is ao aell a
,OT R"EV FORts W.. l A-+-
l -IScretaryT& tIn b el -"mt, .
l~f~a~ Ct9 Ci.jit Ubi. 48 bus-It
luii M~ NMf~tt
- mi ~ Mkw di~
from the Thir, Warn tis3
to-ay played t ii
with esmlrify Ian
Su--M-H R***atlmii 4BB|MBthA^h
to-isv T -i~t
briU~Ms. rt THREB WERE KILLED -
asu na ANn woX wWOtMP .' --
Fi' lASSIa AC4 ", ,stto .Ubau July L-A headred mua en TR AD f TR
At"::: b o kbl Is ap- 0 comrades to, forest -where
S!i ay souMeW, a they are tsI at eThe party at-
.piIb mre B each ef tacked and robbed an old man In the *
Ubnima i Ini~ Kn ii to he uX19%o.= K o "ia"l P"o.bm a e.an l ma ni EU Hi of MUP
mtVmkMe t '.o i Pobledonoeet to- During the mutiny three were killed Ck" 1 il hIa l & d
t ma. Mday visde the to'BX gmeral and and Aa .wouaded.
5& MR b~U Unot fed klia that the city capit- All is quiet at the commercial port
ailted to muti wIthin 48 situated a short distance from the-
i, rq the w.ari.. i would begin a war port .
tPLOMATIC CIRCLES R ARD b'M The report that navigation is intevA MNND ICTO AME OAM A '
Van of-llltary guard rupted here is untrue.
MOROCCAN CONTROVIW V er Y- "he Harbor n AND ATTORNEY OF P" IP
CICAL L .the pb4 s A to approachPOLITICALSTR...
PRACTICALLY CLO poi ebarr POLITICAL STRIKE PACKING ONOERNe-THRE
NOW REMAINS OW OSSOreS, -that TO EyN MONDAY. LASW COWy TU-
.. I ? oT has sresolavedo 1 11
a_ l._ tr ,S ,el esbed iei State- ,^ment as ol St Pr g ar y 1.-W-a pr ellls a teawt. .- w. h
to Ge 'slast ze ote ''"e a laws: Ileet pot.l mutiny; two Nicholas has aoeopted the resignation more than three meoth sad lie--gh"
toroer. slast note" btt e here te Potektiine of the m ter of war Gene Sa- out '--the tet.?ony ot BoIk fa
S. h sof ot '* hanize whaeh wal tedeed b thty. ay aallAme"s m Ptm .
1o11ider 1aton the massurssew m at undrnt- wit e 1soe. .'je voe of dhe:
Pmany has given relative to Presch .K Sv L rand IJAuury for EtonTn wutEJnag
Stert and molteea same oect moa.- g
sthe erman ambassador Theloed at'lceRUSSAN MlNI'ER
theforeign. Diptce this eve ward Morr, Ir M OF WAR RE, o
-elosed a little now tto *be dav myu. te A gr ad .j u e- s
dpoltmenpt adjust t diI This mecou at Od has
may thate home tim e a t tmentas 8t.PetersburgJuly1-lo ea t
torGers Theny espon se astnoteDatre heMePotemklne of the minister- of war, Genieralkoat. thth. e twttny a.or e .O.
heharo, which was tenT.J. y. h re witness. The vote of rthe
r ni r a 110 1e 'graE jur y fHAor B IN APPOINT D TO TAKE Mr a Me
manyi uT given relative t ra Smuel We Seth .a Cue
r wi .e A . at..n,--- A. s
nMl III t +t .... m.- It.e andhie- trends as Bert-" has been ap. m .-.rce among the 4tate and w..h M ,
done adust t pointed as census enumerator or B. ein nato as charged n the ld
U i .colored en street ars, cambia county, and although he has ments.
ELDW became elective yesterdaacand al* not yet receded any instructions, it The indictments go into detail sad
SPr Of frrth of Juy E t s ears, the charge of his dutMea, and appoint depb. _an t, S mroi W the MCut
COUNTY Sy COMEMISSONnR MO nWeth .. t. felowin o te .
*U C new law worked wel and the con. The legislature at its recent se-. n ust rym try n producers sad 1a .
llGo t nl hains dutorsn had but lawilI t any trouble sion passed an act calling for a cen- cens the conume. .
Sdirect the peers to e end sus of the state to be taken, n order among the and with
01 othe r assigned to them tedo ascertainth exct population of nnaon as charged I n th a
e lthe flrt cars to start out yesteroy teach coty, and also for the appoint.
e becarried a number of whiyesterd passenger, ment oye t received a ny instructions, t hIend tmts itodetail
ty given at Magnolia Bluff July 4. ftor who haere weread the flew rules and been appointed, bthat Come will sh oer M
ned the benelt of the Sisters Mercy law tool eatl the ront end of the in has so iar a pointed desT|| | th n It
lth, snd the Unittd Charities should and cars, whil'thee ew colored passen- more, among whom ls Ml Caldwell, I* IlII Il
lon n dot wil be well patroned. A gers Patroing the rear. who will have charge of this county. rd necary to t
ne program o ewlawports, with a pri woer e only l and few The legislature at i s recent s- i try f proders
er and a convenient tra ere ha where the onductor were caed upon sooner relative to his dates but ex. .e the consumers.
Hrty been arranged, to Instrect passengers where to take pects that the samee to wthtaken HU, in order OF RUMOR CU
lect Te bathing there is xcellet, the seats and ssign thee cases there were a few rtays. the will then appopula nt
*od view over the bay Is one of the ne: no prote sts start ut t deputies o make a cancovass of te eunty, aN MM, Und alsoU W
th about the city, the shade and co arrived a numb there of white Passtle ngt- tire conty and take the census. G
e ort of the plce s unsurpassed, law te tin th rot ed ciof the Lin has so fr appointed e r
ith, and the United Charities shouldtand cars, while tiethew colored paen- more, among whom is T* Caldwell .
lon puo doubt willy b e well patronized. A gers to ri e, took t red reidentsar. who will have charge of this county.
dis-_ The prices to be ien to the wla-. IN ST A U U ltI h ..
fliers of the various woniests a prize There wereonlya now wa few .ta s law or Instructi.- ons from the commi-
ns- on eaxhibiton and can be seen in one t... wr ca.l.. themu an ahe veoty thi adonis ItB -3
l'+o of the show windows of the Standard ,TIRKE U t st. Augustine, July l.-The Board of double DtTi murder. Wahmnja 4J :,
lr Clothing Company control held a short meeting here Pr- rumors are current 0o the histreetns. te
t been arranged. to nstruc passengers where to day. There was one ilabsent marriv ber, on inveUgDton they have
lect The bathing there Is celle t, the seatsAnd thecasest.ere were a few rays. i e will then A point
a avwolu rAthe ay o a n d a I y w t.-Te governor hab committee, consistaln of Messrs. W. -eheo.ne .weLPtel b un .tes
hT aotte IissUed ils warradtcEthe hanging of A. MacWilliams, J.'. Dlakes ad b held l aPN o -
le frofl the nototoa .lck Kid" July 21. A. W. Corbett, were the driven to the Thc twful tragedy s yet s ,
tho Aion ated Prpromises double urer t Lwt last butear. The t he entire wm crelareseer white detla TIGA
the Prse.The date of thhs made was arr aed morning at the ltt.ta an ltepeet BOA RDi OFwrCOoNTROrL
,his icyable one in every respe,-t. rhe tra rsn, hasrmade a f oris, and l .tl B RDerly "UI -U
public Is cordially Invite.-. to.attend.I as wl patr. .+_e.".
dig, The prizes to be given to the wZbefore the boycott of colored res-donts IN ST A U... ..
ore Softhe various oests are te was with the bildg and Julpy.t, .t.ne d a is
e .on exhibition and can be seen In no4 Jlt. a-_ d o s m.
f the show windows o! the StandardSU W- S. AoJ ,lsboulei or.h t
~C!othingCompany. m.controlh a h e aa short meeting here o -. rumors aMecurrent1 a.the stree tk
E II W l ON JUL day There was one absent mpreer, omn inves guT m they have paw
e Boston 4 W a Dr. A. L. Brown. The members strat p to succeed hebe rum rs. e eor '
Ga.) dute o ted the board, accompanied by the local as not competed twrk, the
Sew Yeork 2, Philadelphia t, (Sea- w ot d governor committee, consisting of Messrs. W. t t
ise2 wae a o before ther ibteig he d bfhind
st.Issued hi wrr te the hanging of A. MacWilliamse T Di) ersmukes and os bng hed br P se *.
Clevend 14 Detroit thenotolo tek Kid" July 21. A. W. Corbett were then driven tA the The awful tragdy s thres
tle Nattdeal League. from street > o th- the orher las ftfit eglittt*4 Jlat of seek a
h ,oThis In-. the felw who committed a Florida School for the ya f a A o ttBlind. h er
to trao l New York 4. John No*, terat heo o possible A lon generall.r btecgt
n ol bipa7 12., CAutgustla 54. t f ytre his aeetesr ew o. 6 a.eh agot tg topae hmothmi
1664 NOa~r~~ lu
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-'I. .~ -4 j~
TnHE BIG STOi .
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ALAvN-- mve h erte1 ADWfrom HIE USIN uN~mmANMUNw teeAnt* feor ae, rt -kl wil
*Wt the weith ekfjuwywha Medeew hfWe, a af~getLdles' DeleY WRlbAPUARsObeUP~v that wSw e b i m
the beftle eMfg., thefawgee t uafurwrlAn th# wwV -____-
T 39 CENTS-CAMBRIC, PLAIN HEMSTITCHED RUFFLE, WITH
DUST RUFFLE, VALUE 65.
AT 41 CENTS-CAMBRIC, EMBROIDERY UMBRELLA SHAPED,
LAWN RUFFLES, FINISHED WITHDUST RUFFLE, VALUE 7 C.
AT S CENTS-CAMBRIC, TRIMMED WITH HEMSTITCHED CAM-
BRIC RUFFLE, FINISHED WITH DUST RUFFLE, VALUE $10.
AT S CENTS-CAMBRIC, TRIMMED WITH TUCKED AND HEM.
STITCHED, UMBRELLA SHAPED, .CAMBRIC FLOUNCE, .FINISHED
WITH DUST RUFFLE, VALUE $1.25.
AT $1.19-CAMBRIC, TRIMMED WITH TUCKED AND HEM-
STITCHED LAWN RUFFLE, WITH 3 ROWS POINT DE PARIS LACE,
INSERTIONS AND LACE EDE, VALUE $1.50
AT 3 CENTS-CAMBRIC, KGH NECK, TPFMMEO WITH TUCKS
AND HEMSTITCHIQNG VALUE l0 CENTS.
AT 4 CENTS-CAMBRIC, HIGH NECK, YOKE FORMED OF HEM.
STITCHED TUCKS AND LAWN RUFFLE. VALUE 75 CENTS.
AT M CENTS-"V"-8HAPED NECK, BACK AND FRONT, WITH EM-
BROIDERY INSERTION AND RIBBON BOW, VALUE S1S0.
Special for each Day
Sale Begins at 8La.M
Special for each Day
AT IS CEaTs-.cAMEIC TmmMD WTH TUCKS A m OW& OP
HEMSTITCTHING, VALUE s NENTO W
AT CBENTSIT-CAMBPtC, T iIMMID Wt TUOS A SWIBS1 -
BROIDERY, IN8ERTION AND "it1ROIDERY EODE, VALUE I CENTS
AT 4S CENTS-CAMBRIC, TRIM WI -WITH TUCK* AND ROWS
0 FHEMSTITCHINQ AND EBO"tDRrY EIME, VALUE 75 CENTS.
AT M CENTS--AINSOOKTRIWMMD WITI S SNWlI EMBRO
ERY, iNSERTION ANDO PbINT RARI LACE RULEL, VALUE
AT, a C-T9.*M-NSOOO4-lU!SR LLA MAPEDi SWIMB M-
BROID$RY WJW tD* -Q WI"SE M tION, VALUE WM.
AT CkNS-1A .lC, SUARE NM S wAOK ANf wROUm
TRIMMED WITH EMDE9RYNETI AND m DE, VALUE SIll.
AT $1.IS-NAINSOOK, LQW. ECIK, 4* UEr WITH FPE TUCKS,
LACE INSERTIONSN, BADING-, PRISON AND LACE, VALUE 1.50.
CORSET COVERS CORSET COVERS CHEMISE
AT 10 CENTS-CAMBRIC PLAIN, LOW NECK, TRIMMED LACE AT 40 CENTS-NAINSOOK, LOW NECK FRENCH STYLE, TRIM- AT W CETS-AMRIC, POMPADOUR STrYLE TRIMMED WITH
EDGE, VALUE 25 CENTS. MED WITH ROWS OF POINT DE PARIS LAE, INSERTING AND EDG- VALE LACE OR MBROIDERY, INSERTING AND DGE, VALUE $1..
AT 19 CENTS--NAINSOOK, LOW NECK, FRENCHI STYLE, TRRM. ING, OtR SWISS EMBROIDERY, VALUE 75 CENTS
MED WITH LACE OR EMBROIDERY E VALUE CENT AT 0 CENTS-NAINSOOK, LOW NECK, FRENCH STYLE, TRIM- AT U CENTU-OAMBRIC, ROUND NECK, TRIMMED WITH LACE
D WIT LACE OR EMBROIDERY EDGE, VALUE CENTMED WITH VAL LACE BEADING AND LACE EDGE, VALUE $1ABA. OR MSMROtOERY, VALUE S11.O
AT 3 CENTS-NAItSOOK, LOW NECK, FRENCH STYLE, TRIM- AT U CETS---NAINSOOK, LOW NECK, FRENCH STYLE, EN-
MED WITH ALENCIENCE LACE INSERTING, BEADING WITH RIBBON iROIDERY OR LACE TRIMMING, WITH BEADING AND RIBBONS. AT .IS-NAWSOO, ROUND NECK, TRIMMED WITH ROW OF
AND LACE EDGE, ALUE 65 CENTI. VALUE $1.2. VA.L LACE Q' IUW1PONRY EDOE AND INSERTION, VALUE $1.
1 1 A A PAPR GOOD SOAP fROM UN PEPL z' !-5
THIlS C atMe bymoiur said ato Noat1 his
lTHIS OCALA TREE friends, D ht lawgeneat New.
SYork:"DwIgb4fetel that I am DeOR
SMAfad el y eIe, and I Want to
The lo10 press has had consider- tell you somethIng. I have had a ret
SMAYOR BLISS able to say of Colonel J. H. Aiving- TO CELEBRATEdo with politicsA iM
ston's soap tree, and the test made by *- tieas a may time, a"d a" I look back
HOO04ER NEWSPAPER MAN Oala Star. Colonel IAvngston, who fml e in politics. i tis htis tbat
sent the chemist a small bag of his formed politics. It is the Mat
SNOW PENSACOLA'S soap berries, has heard from Rim, and I have met the maest n. the t
EXECUTIVE. with the letter explaining the situa- semty; These frin p have
tion and the results of hise expert-' been ending too. Many et them have
The Wayne (. ments; he also furnished Sour bottles P.* tisaft ftu P oti throughout life. I believe
The bFrt Wayne (Ind.) Journal- of his "cream soap," the result of his UIN pam f politics brlngs out the best e Is la 1
From ope- following article relative to the ele him by Colonel VIngston. The bho- i iuBlws a an- hetse' t o
The ma on of Mayor Bliss: tanical name of thettree Is "Slapidus This Is true because !Veniships are es-
NbCharles H. Bles, an old Twelfth dis- made a very excellent article f soap tiavIty e must ha friends or hi
i w m r tilet newspaper t nan, will be Interest- as demonstrated in the sample tllity oe ,ost I nl ean f lr ku
ed In hearing that he has been.elected The oap tree i Colonel latton's The people of Beulah settlement will eat and t he wants r
mayor of Pensacola, T'l., where he Iyard was planted by Rev. SBn I[elm, celebrate the Fourth on a big scale ships ne must deserre Ithem I wo-
n has ltved for about ten years. The whon, some twenty nya a was the Tuesday. o t atvis, any young man to stay *a
Sletion took p e lar dst wk, Mr. pastor of the Presbyterian church of They have arranged a regular old- of poltic because of the danwgr of .
Se andg hereg arit wrate this city. Rev. HElm has been a mis. fashioned basket pcpte and they have- Ing 4ela toled. If the s the right
ao lee and his majority was theonary to Chiaand returned to this also prepared a pleaing program kind Of man, It wil do lhim o ."
-t p -we pa i n teeh i" s T that city, a. t try oa r hs shspeec hes, music and sports. I
a d -ter-211r Blisopuwl-lcation of a magazi ne which has were nearly as Uterrge ig w a green per- have been cld ee oel-ged to swisa. There he plants .
d prnounced ary and mmo at this of the year. se o hs two d le and his ta
49 Ooanwal secceas. He has als o become The folwnag e of the tehandsome tree, o N t inO ad p to his shoulders lIn tde water
et a the polial ars of that of the pecan d has often been Hon. of the o.
... ....e...m.a .o the *ectwte rt Wayne papers ament d by his mistaken for it; la riet I the Reese and Hoen J. S.. earml hifore d paws hie sites bt y the ive.
resided here. His health fling, he trunk, 35 feethie sad spread w hom will deliver an address. They, t he raes It, be enters and, ta
6o" h I ma" as a s'vis afed by physicians togrce of branches of about 40 fet. Three I recited by emb crew o morning, be is t height, Isablaed toa a
r -- a- -- e---. I .-. e, w educated and a mine ed to get ac ctaid vessel. A. N. D IO T ageia nts, he holds the dog's nose mi
il l la south and he settle w ith his family year I ea'Iea i after the events the oday' oot to 'i a depth wh l o t he e l e
eato In esaco where he earn of his ad- called to the pub- errle barrel-whih In sizeA UMB CO., a d speedilyco to
y6D A y igte ammay reSi. Icatn to a magazine which has were nearly as large as a green per- have been concluded. olge to swimT tre hbe pladrowntsim-
Saschore-s6W atroved pronounced ltftery l and simmronu at this asy nr Moea If A nthispe shroul ad his ft il.
WYowac b success. He has also become The foliagtMe of the three is similar to Neither knowing their ainle brute Is glad to reals the ore as
*A in tshfie pso ltia galff berse. tht styd ; sa id it The last batch of berries Chesoflt l they at pofacMe. In (lith .way t
l cit anl d his prefermenb t bary his mistaken for It; In sat. W Mouite decevived Portuguese l bark ftg- ssg d-fore pa heseizes by tatoI
as ,tyw 1, bogood news to his mends Win. Jones, the plouAr Vl of wiil be responsible for debo t d hi
somess & State y. on m ct Al-of;oA them he extracted a rlh s* thty dogth drowalar omellesahd .
dn IEn this part of the country. Ocalae years ago, h, afterld Colo nel'oraet red by mebes o satisfying was th exs eB tioes, said tbaaed than Il
fim _M r.rW&4 Blisis a man of much force e tof Livingtn's prch sise the placecale ient that e sent samples to se toe th s
LT Ua PURNIH te well educated and a fine rt rt to get a c*ttg. si es A Oin d hoe e do' 69
YOUR aoo sderewwatter al long asche soufy. i:n
S & u b *rerandtoe who knowim will Colonelisgston'satteonwaso a he ate
SWtIn6= bc-t.I Dm mnet be osurprisened a saolearn of his atd called to the t rm a itor Harris a one to the Star, te af io. t doge g pdl sm
1 Uhis Goreniat street, ill alsor the month two he retai tor his Mali ia, a COeiger ni aliv iaes d a byigh4is
L ee P -game to orthat whe re whle cek awasttersab sot og t m cream nenday sosa aie pt a a
*10 t eep som hiad a good aee ahdn be "blanc, s they had been cut adownand the r s" te tt te L doe
9- W -I W ily tlyr i-fthreatened whiheneite him.He n s of the the people Dot knowing their value. brute Is,0" to regain the ashore a
ItAue DELVERCO IN AoY the ea4.t W tpf tffgo*h em oap rem e ta t4 per < soao fs1tf rom dewnn Sma
ASM.V. q an tcpold-times 9& wdo 'cream, and so satisfying was ttel-. a ob, and the ne a in ebi
"01______r___SHI._r____________w -citsgr, who Iee se n ttl y TiM be perimet that h te sentsto amplets lget-o termite eWith a bu&eLt
-" papers ectainingsl mde to grow dtWsWilef Thm reta WUsq of the alh cultural 4e-
the fo r mer *il*aukee top Journal, sadto the 1 as n w
Colonel Lvigston generously gaveTO -IStRo a y w reNow
*OffmN'Ivoursaa1w A.I, B. 8L. .a" IL &ese.o
FPybr&A.c.%wltwE, Dwoa n d Muisic Our Specdaftrn'
"S'lw thft 7 yw ia belidftg=A sd eqlmL tosm Hoat.
Zee' htI6 yMiaasuin. Swi=mminpag Po, Good poreClimate
of' S- -pTmw
SAWm.on pf BftyL2k, INK. For tse (ftaln AMdreus
-L -COCHMNR AREHUTPProokboL
Head liVO W, az s GlYW.
My So Iff
Boys and Girls.
Nil "One of ah* sM beatst Condarl
M"Mfles.wheelsin the BSu.h."-Prof. WaltEr
x M2W. Tliffift eanity.
cown The Ob Ami oSession will
Th S~emPoes Sa hiNS. School ~I
T niss a gu-f Olgwaiof a soundSoft
It his v elvaftace for preP
lb~lg rM ftr bh b=(colle~ges.unliersI
Aime --d mei gg Mools in the NOl
"a tawbom n ithe departzenbfa
The updaracow** arelite
NOaa ml oa Us E insure a 0
M- iwpm WO 4Cat0thewok of EaL'
-U hTb. in &be unit of ine
ltiu abobwwfor studea'D(
boma aWOW hygrow~h d
-ladyJ6 SCSNWM and 5fyngt20
~ roprly pr9e
and m~ore aer
-. '~. 'a
stikutlon for girls sad N W brue- et
*i.ratory, OaJnellle e, Oa. c crse a Liters.
-ge, MUtsIC, Alt, Omtory, ,te. 9Ceigge bailiNtu
", verythiag ew; sple@Mdid aeW paMs. Delight-
- 9smmodattd. asuolm beteit. For cats.
A. W. VAM NOOE, or. J. PEARCE.
Ama POeMMaI Emah a Alat
d. - .C -Y
-I- ----------- _..
to 04 1 i 11 .W. - R
ilii l Ill I II L I
. )N DNESI~
-. -* I.
..*.; .*? &***4
is the newest desi I
* newest ainm.
"Sp's* We" sl
Th- beA t da fers are ar
(i1ff attached shlits. We are
.ng the arrestt !lW e in the.
Co and aw See them..
we aant sut yo. tell as
,..'. and we wll salt you.
R. J W sIT,
,W -o0reocf w, V l
t. yesterday on a short busaloe
v Kaplin. of DWIak, wa among
Srtors to the city yesterday Who
-r,: at the Merchants.
.-la was pay day with the
the employeeS in the varbos
*i,,nts received their checks lato
Robiasoa, or 600 st Gadeden
.aves today or" Colorado
..where he will apend about
will be preaching at LIve
urcb this Imorning at 11 o'clock.
*.w members will be baptied
,rTA Mill PFa. ave il) wet
,.ty. at 10a. A oemrdl II-
: is extended to all.
(e OCewr DeOjana, who a l
atwent on leave hIr W
S.. durtug which tim he vetted
Sy ork ad other Wmiant itt-
ln,-4 home yesterday. htavf
.- c,' enjoyed his vacation.
,T D t. Burson. editor of the At-
...,', .i.,-rum. was in ,ne city yester-
ST"tihugh he live m Alabama, Dr.
.-son avs his inTerePts are equally
,irge in Florida and he knows as
pe.-ple on this siie of the line
does on the other.
-inz to the absence of Rev. J. 8.
!- 'here will be no preaching ser-
at the FirFt Pt =byt Ila
h to-day. Sunday school ani
",tn Bdeavor will be held this
rnanna Timen-Courier: Miss Ma.y
of Peniacola. is In the cIty. a
S f her aut'. Mrs. Ellis F. DKvI.
Rev. S. B Reager, of tIaerI
Sa- ahere lst Monday, eamW
'onmcola anA olter palate i
,-term part of he state. He
noM for Gainesvile.
k Sarez,. employd in the boiler
!- i'partment of the I. & N.
F %ae painfully injured there
.. mornuag. While eunged ha
c a boiler a mall piece of
S "k him Ju above the am,
1. a very severe wound.
,'nocthly change in the police
occurred ye-erday, and
S .'r'w who have been serving
for the paot two Mafths
.ved and will now have the
'* serving during the day.
i'ank sad Captain o-ae-
hanged. the latter going
e.rtt duty after a rest at
*'June sales of Blue Rlbboa
S'anilla Extracts broke all
tcrds. Ask your grocer
!.iron bIn aand VanIUll.
8COTNE14HOOO PWICNC UMO AY
-' vDE PAM. PARADE AT 10
E MATCOe A M WU AL0O
BLUE RION ANt KAATIE
o zl Is spart=a t Vm6s 09iIe
durig the centre som it Ktsisn*'s
Park. 'T7e latas seset o be amused
are between Qr Om, whoe l red
the remoe a the track Pridap, a
Little Joe. T Sttem r is a s ast acer
and it is espeed tha d te two sal-
mals will coame Naer the wse pretty
close together. Uttle Joe is t Mot-
gambery homre. m ad ms a 1 of
being a at aam.
A-oter rate, whift w bay.
prove interemat, wtIt be t
Blue Ribbon and adtte WMiles. The
latter-is anew hO e the a t- but
she ha a good record aW au600ug
Blue Ribbon is a AMt pmers.h will
have a hare' struggle is wia mi the
Special parses ofhau bes i M for
each of the two anah, and a large
crowd is expected to be pasIt and
witness the rae. '
SMROTHERHOOO PICNIC MO WAV
AT HYDE PARK. PARAIO AT 10
WRESTLING ATOMI H4AS
SMN CALL.LB OP:'
The wrestUg ati dvtsed to
occur at Deerle Park IFdy be-4
tween Hall and GO 4h fh ben
called Ofr-a asno-t fatti iodm.*w
health. It wM, hower, at'
future date wnek wO b e uaoi
SYTE O W PUBLIC IMPROVE.
MENTS PLANNED INOLUO
ING WATER WORK AND
Lake City, July 1.-The mayor and
city council of Lake Cty., 0 last Tuee-
Uay, adopted an ordnmfaI which
means a great deal for the people t-
this place. o ac vides
for -susltlag ta4be vBtg a que.-
t.n of .het of the Ualci-
pagy for Uvaut h B paes
I am-Wo eh aV t a* .%
1 Providing t ad x WOP M f
the puirpase Of te c not e
sad a-p date as ta eof aeveragme
thronM out the eityn: 16,0 far the
purpose of paving at d theree re-
pairing the vardas strats and side-
walks; SlO,0.e to be applied to the
erection of a $0.0 hig school
building. The city furnst $10,000
and the county a Itke amount fr this
The total amoat to be issue and
expended for v k .a auHc improve-
cents aggregates abot m..
It is the intemtoa of the tiites
to purchase the eaieat elecatui light
and water system, Imlprove the m,
and endeavor to finish the pple of
Lake City wtlth electric ItMs sad a
pure artelsi water 0 y sAt a ex-
ceedingly ow rate. It Is aio mpeeted'
that the rate of taxation ma be M-
tera.y loweved by the itie opera-
tio of these'ifUtle.
Quite a Woge proprt of this
mosemy will be ezpendeda la Iang vt-
aled brick onm Sma ta sii the
northern portio the P ity
the center, to the aIvewity
Other streets wfll also h paved and
sidewalks thloughot the hole city'
put ft perfect Caaditha. -
While atke City to beilt ,pan soU
of a sandy &ad per aa a. whieb
easily and quclwy AsNr.r al kin.s
of Impurities, thus pMlagW the
health of her tiaaftS 76k t is
co ved that a toTwn of Lak CRy's
size and growth 4 havis I ade
quate system Pe or that
reason somemhlng A s wo'dM
be devoted to lai the a-at sei-
entifc system t swerag" to be ob-
Lake City aliadr ha a large and
enmodoas high saehoal Udlad g, for
years locally BaaW- as the Pabody
hiah school -.'a oto the woader-
ful growth I popHlia g the
last few years, it has debed to de-
a aodrn ahe S a
b* wE bot i.M.-,
" '* .p"k *
: a. ^
* -- -c-.
NA mer of Very Spcial chases Arrived During the Past Week
that wifl make lively selling.
v... w .m .
. That Will; PutmAll CAompal ion In the
SLades', bestt q'. brilant 'black
uaSI. HohelUto nt patterns,
Flest-50cci il Super Lace
lIse w irhit, brown or
black, b- ri toe.. .... 3e
Best sc' Wat Miak a Lee
SAI-Hme" tsog'wat. ......4o
M Itta *uer'ace Lisle How
la p-brown or swhte, speeIal
. cut pre.. ..*. ... .. .. .. .. .. 2
Li"dleSw ne Sheer- OsG Ueie
Hoes, satlAess; ast Itack, re-
latr sqtnalty, .now only...... -
MSe "e oquse adt'Black or Tan
Hose, futl seamless, to go on
sale at, per pair..........14
Very bet lOc Seamless a"st
Vlaek or Tan, Plata or Lace
Hose, to go at.. .. .... .7'ke
Misses' Mc Fast lack or White
Lace Hose, now. .... .... .... 146
Misses' 25c Fast Black Meroerised
Hose for.. .. .. ...... .. .. 1
Misses' 30c Mkra Fine Lace
Usle Hose in black, thA or white
now.. .. .. .... .... s
Infant's 12%c White Dropestteh
Socks, now;. -.. ......... S-
Infant's 19c Laee L*le Socks.
black, tla ot- white t, .. .. Ie
Men's lf bSuoalel as'at Black
or Browava e 4 potr 4a boK .
Aor........ ..' ., .....M
The most remarkable values ever
offered. 1 sample irts, some ac-
cordeon plaited, others tailor stchel
and plaited, but all strictly new ant-
correct in style- te go on sale Monday
morning as fol.ow:.,
$5.00 Accordeaw Plaited Skirts, all col-
ors, to go on sale Monday
morning at ............ .MtpR
25 Mohair Sicilian Skirts, stitched and
plaited, best $5.00 value, in black
or blue, your choice MNon- 9 0
day for ................. i
$7.50 very fine Bradfor Mohair Sici.
lien Skirts, beautifully stitted and
plaited in black, bae, or O
cream, your choice now for I$5
$1.25 Washable Duck Skirts to go
at .............!.......... 750
$129 White Pique Skirts, now
only . S
$1.75 White Pique Sirt, lucked
and button trimmed, now going
at ..... ............. .... ... . 1.
$3.50 Brown Unen Tucked Skirts,
cut price ................... .4IL
$6.00 White Belfasf Uqen Suits,
tucked, and very styflshly-made,
to go at .........*..........$...
$6.00 Moeerised east. 8uts,
dark colors, stylishly made, spe.-
cial cut price .................
New aud Stym airt
The gradest colleetio of new awl
stylish shirt waists at mapel cut pra
See the lines at 49c, sc. $1.49, $1.8
&ad VaLu. Notht liU them for the
Special Bargains From I to 9 a. m. Monday.
10 yards Best Standard sc Calico
or P.ita, all new styles, for.... 39k
10 )Sin&'est 31-inch Wavedry
Ginghams n mill lengths, for.. .59e
50 pieces finest all SOk F any
Ribbons and all Silk Chiffon
Taffeta Ribbons, newest colors
and extra wide, choice.. .. .. 9le
60 maupi Skirts, AceordeaU Plait-
ed, all oloks, and black or
white, to go at.. .. ... .....AS I
5c Bleached Cotton Crash Towel-
ing.. .. ........ .... c
19c White Al-Over Lace Yoking
for............ ... .... .
35c Whe Alln-Over Laoe Yoking
for.... .......... .. .... 19c
756c Set Sanitary Absorbant Dia-
per Oqiton, in 12 yard pieces for 46c
Ladles' Ready-to-Wear Hits, worth
75c to $.00 each, to go at .... 2co
Ladies' 50 Black' Straw Sailor
Hate, in this sale. for. .. ..1.
Best, -iuh able Oil Cloth
4T0 ftnaae.. Muslina
ladles' $1.25 and $1.89 Muslin
Gowna, to go at ............... 98
Best 10-4 Bleached Papperel
Sheeting, the regular 256c qual-
Ity, for . .,.. .. ........ 1W/2
Best' 9 4 Bleached Papperel
Sheeting, 22%c value, In this
sale for.. .. .. .. .... .. 17yc
23 yards ktra*Qualty 16-inch
Domestic for.. ......$. 1.00
$1.39 and $1.50 White Lewn
Waists, in this sale .. .. .. .. 98o
,76c White or Oolored Percale and
Batiste Waists, to go at....... 40
Fine Line of Extra Fine Griffon Waists
worth $10.00 to $15.00 at Special
Cut Prices. These are the finest type
of Ladies' Hand Made Waists shown
Special sale of Embroideries at 83%c,
6c, 10c and 19c.
14 yard. 36-inch Bleached Pitch-
vini Didstlc, the lOc kind, on
Lar~ stse Panwetto Fans to go at ic
I n's 50c Straw Hats to go at.... 2380
Ladfes' 5c Unbleached Vests, nOw. 4o
A Ladle'--*c Bil ed GauIe Vests,
f iow-. .. .. .. .. . . .. ..
Ladies' lOc White Swiss Ribbed
Vests for........ .. .....7'/sc
Ladies' 15c Extra Super White
Swiss Ribbed Vests, now oily.. 10s
Ladies' 19c White Swiss Ribbed
Vests, in this sale.. .. .. .. .. 14e
Ladies' Best 25e Elastic Ribbed
Swiss Gause Veste, to go at.... 190
Special line of Boys' Balbriggon
Underwear, 39c value, to go at. 25e
Men's 50c Lace Gauze Shirts, or
Genuine Balbrlggbn, in this sale
for. ...... .. .. .... 25
Men's 50c Elastic Seam, Drill
Drawers, now only.. .. .. .. .. 33o
Grand Clean-Up Sale of Wash Goods.
Tba cUm of Bargatin Selling.
60 plcesk very Sae printed Waah
Bastse and Lawns, ohokce sty-
les, bought to sell at 16e per
yard, special 10 yards for .... ,. UoS
109 pieces very sheer and fnee
printed Organdy, and trench
Swiss, worth from 18c to 25c per
yard, now going at ........... 10e
25c and- 9c genuine French print-
ed Organdy, beautiful styles,
special ..................... ies
Bargain Sale SbS diay
5 pieces White Wash Jap Silk, the
40c quality, as long as it lasts for 25
10 pieces 19-inch black and colored
Taffeta Silk, special ........... 56
0c .Pure Jap Silk, all colors and
black, to go Monday at ........ 7
90c Taffeta Silks, 36 inches wide.
all colors, p for Monday. Uo
75c and 8Sci I4lr and Tameta
Foulard Slks,all neat dire
styles, special Monday......... 7We
Grand clean-up sale of all Mill Ends
and Remnants on Special Bargala
Don't forget that we are the leaders
of low prices in Pensacola. We posi-
tively guarantee the price of every.
thiag you buy of us. No matter what
you are offered elsewhere you will al-
ways find our price the lowest for the
same quality or your money will be
Specdlm e SAle.
An importer's sample line of new
print warp and Chameleon Chif-
fon Taffeta Ribbons, newest
styles and best 50c quality, spe-
eial cut prise ............... 290
1 lot all Silk Chifto Taffeta Rib-
bons, all colors, worth 15c and
18c, special sale price ......... 12
411l other Ribbons at speelial prices.
Children's 5c White Bandkerchlefs
to go at... ........ .. ..2..
Ladies' 5c White Handkerchiefs,
to go at............ .... 3
Ladles' Sc White Hemstitched
Handkerchiefs, now.. ... .. S. 5
Ldies' 15c Linen Hematitched or
now.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 10c
Ladies' 19c Pure Linen Hemstitch-
ed Handkerchiefs.. .. ......14o
Ladies' 20c ine Embroidered
Handkerchiefs, now.. .... .. 15c
Ladies' 25c Fine Embroidered
Handkerchiefs, now......... 1 .
Ladles' 35e Extra Fine H. S. and
now.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....
Men's 8c Blue or Red Bandanna
Handkerchief, for.. .......
Men's Sc White H. S. Handker-
chiefs, now.. .. .. .. .. ...
Men's 10c White H. S. Handker-
Schiefs, now............. 7y
Men's ISc Linen H. S. Handker-
chiefs, now... .. .. .. .. ... 1
Men's 35c 'Pure Linen Henmtitch-
ed Handkerchiefs, for.. .. .... 25c
1 case of 10c White India Linens
in Mill Ends, special ............ Sc
50 pieces very fine White lAtda T-inm,
the regular 20c kind, as long
as it lasts, per yard .......... UC
50 pieces very sheer and fine Whitte
Wash Batiste, and Pers;n Lawn,
46 inches wide the last of-an agent's
sample pieces, regular 25c 15C
quality, Monewy ............ .1.
15 pieces assorted White Goods, in
Swiss, Lace Striped Lawns, Sheer
pancy Batiste, Pique md Duck, .
12%c 16 and 18c value all
In one lot, per yard .......... I (-
40 pieces fine and sheer 45inch
White Persian Lawn, actually
35c value, In this asle ........ .221A
50 pieces 32-inch soft finish*White
Panama cloth, worth $1.50, in 12
yard pieces, special Monday, per
60 plecee very fine whiteandia Lin-
en and Batiete Claire, the 25c
kind, special Monday for ...... 19a
I lot of best 5c Embroiderles
and Insertinga on special Bar-
gain Table Monday, at ........38%
15c and 18c ubroMeidles and In-
sortings to go on Monday at .. 10c
Special cut prices on all extra
and wide embroideries Monday.
T. H Lanon & Co.
Annual Picnic at.
Para&e winl tdle Vic UmiNmy at 3I.D & b- mi
Firu trai kwnUs.im DmjMat U. k4-w
t~follow in tix dsegnm MWmo~ f Iem4. d.
J. T. SPANN,_Mam g!
be o brk. rictly fpro bt
8mst modern liMea and wiua .
plated wil be me o the SO- t_
kind It the tai.
The -mau cute
pedag ofta several theamd da
In the heetyig of Cbe.grk
h. buildins ota t rsay aminSod
D6sote, a-esiat la w
iy oa of of emest?1
beats of water to ebe s d I
shII aceta a rd'o
MA the I la e o M
an along the lines set forth. Upon irves- center d4 leaiMng of the state. A
omm -ttion l-the counel it was deemed great futurIe 1 t' of her, of which
aoa- best to ask for legiwlate saterity ea eartd png andot the staivte eit!-
ma*-the Motle l the state are
its and accordingly, a special b wa hough awa. ay she forge
introduced in that body at the Insanoe l s ls tr- Irt In the
of the comwc, authorising the action *g*d :geeft.-
of the council above referred to. T*e It Is t iof e interest to iote the
4"N act was passed. and is now become a Weoamf' Gh"dtlaa Tqmperance or-
antd gw,'ad, under its ,vn the gaa a"4( is ths 4ty wll soon erect,
s UIB of I baloming bouds will be sub- along Witth% *14 .l at.her societies
t0 Uittd to a vote of the people. -i the t. A eh ae fountain
a"l SDanfuch as the Voters. I a the aSter a 0 those Park.
ii req-eted thias .aea to I p-se ii Mo#rthos. It
Sptaes y the oeNai it i evident t wat mIaqat $ wil add greatly
A Is 6 of boads w e tsaomu bs ne r
mdth~5a we to Iaform
aa- IV SO A"" m e
b~g~SR U t00-
FOR DI RRHM A
At whOlesaleby ob e 4.0No
,or raga hi ,4ryhrML
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eiqset, tie d k t s p loverma iO te or rb or o fes et j etl
|71o etes si rawrT Las jsY a -t fSSS mai airos
N i fl U Irive t candidates air .o-D. .r.ing m ra.t .a t .w
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Ngl C. .*engagt 3Muh. .. ver o4mmr tuwrites t a rora t ts e w ret ubs.soed e atW -onieo wNye s .
atMy eaoeMrlo. 1 r oehti oIrite. t utd e yWerwhe hs eenr Brot t AI
il ml-ag mod h l ca. oubt te Mr. An i one oI tvm e ble_ ^ ra IrmIn al ... AND `i I l EXPWCTED
.. ; A d 2 t s too eS tant pla4e-.ti h ,t the s to o Io b -ep -
fr h f e ment Brg tol ,r. V.t... w. t o
ODING AWAYT adjiuant general; secretary of legation increases^S^^rS i: wlT s 1 clemin Tp awd protecting the axty A
_em yle ciy..o t Pari, Madrid, Vienna; charge om one wifea yw ePnac-a.., Population. wtrom dtihonet emoyeeas whea e
pLANrFO RM eeo er e Vhhrol 18he ., gdes tt hep option s wicht, 0toT Cia pic iNwls .tI..
NEuthe Sa ternaPonal SW itaryW A nerence. tes wthae lespheYad coen tilyBaer f. ei a A
1O1; ambasador to Engand, 1897-9. ton was too Inbv e t eit here * uwew Nero- Indignant.r In rr
arnbu'nelow He wa. a writer of note, be. i bt within th oce Vaat two yea we ae Startling Iree. wtl re thepaat UU
ahamber of0' e rbs qtuite loLat govenors mno tetrstheor (has l.s annual PinscraW i lb el-
le ghma tc tPh at et hIMU M Ao me rs Juc e eorti, noO~d 0112f 'e m" .s o m e,,Nd .WA S oL WE"R e fo t
There wUl be p .-ni---a nd p"a rms po" 1 890;'br Walter Scott, an ad- but te cty of PeaSSoo ha thi5 m & fro pmat IbSum good
d.* r ofI atple1I88byhe t tt ea th .eha b th statf Io olr ewaermnoan d p o( kew enow who take y -M
Tme tcyh tcelebi ratin ft e l r ae t Pares MKdtridr, Vnbai;e re his naes wa eat .t o ontereallo noeWl.ate o oern,,t ro dis- onest emenoaAcoe w he, e
.. ... View Park on Boiyo Texar f c ry that extremely reapt a i ble Oar n.ed.h w.e. do tery te.to ] o .er.... a...cl. The d.to o-r xo. -. i..a.le. ..c- m..e..a
iMreas c hont ar e pedeal re trytof stat 18741 prei benof tbmc n. eate ra. Y on the rectoryewhich hs s been publha. dram e 0 w o o y- *tmeuf teg atla tion
sm l car oti ad tle re n to tohew oae by President edy I qaee iv uonert of aea. I i our the pnt.. ion t. e.tr p r mtrly M trs Ao ispl. I. d 1 I
9Mrt itself wll be formally opened to Roosevet,. which he retataed at the business and pw^stoBst ffle would places as it were witheJodge fs tSer. Mr.m MnI the tone of thle rticle be t ADMISION INCLs
PTS .e p 's. eth InteItration of th cher u pon aI ptr5r ce, eo tht lntharespe thi-,; B a r Cheri J.u dse Pert ll? that aUr em the new yor .an become - a C
OIt Mut be admimy* that of recent 4i iatai few year ai ex ou l be fo r m anter been h ad honoredstat ree l* n e it wspasoper ." Maybe, Joe The committeee rke
11 ambassado to ngad17on wasnde rieseto anesJt witt money hetre ooril it s ol oth art oInt% "ne rae d
yars te cec.ONratn W of the Parts oC Throughout his e public areer hi any new manaetry that wold lo. Mon ello, in the State of Jeero iom.-,tadion New *Vnenterprein. t ett- .
y ha lo a grea dal of l eoter ftu hae been marked with o n. cate here, or the ,4oney that had been matnd it wasn the. lt t sl a Bd. of et wh e
^er blb ismn a n l m Tcahe. 'Itk t T h ne hia wtin 4 l t ree t h e lha A --r e- m. a stIs Cla o, 1h1e Gi.s forltI e t
uterr ofs a ti mi thl De17 1,g end wi cate eretl not only tis.a to w eM t e y Baell t o f lo Tas s lthe otcerneef ecS ThS atuta Ter aleSenln
Pasf of l Inanll70.ee was known PIy kelal cofle,, but throughout the within one week pewoue. least.mtty W. M. Girardeas, member of the mower om l ait hea r etory is 29l,00. sArr ee Co-a
ale by rlmeos, r cho3 l by leth 18ad breadth of the lando an d a b eribera s o t Y0 monte. This houle foer r y hics staln fpunn t he correct? At any thte lr t'rps a m ;. J. pu seC ye
keepsawsmall ver y MBIWA time.ethegivesthepoNewp shoul oot lose atlto Is, r qw tophioh ly is ig- 1.-F15 S
ar (y breeze, and elquest poker Aet the wsObject of newspaper en but Iaw it3ineo imot wfotapnti rthepaulia:ifruehum." AndThehemigtlw t nrerdCui ingthadt o
T wl oao te picis of the Pai oens, 1890; "Si Wal the edir Sc an ad- butihnninty of0a Pensoal, hews. s sinskthatteldco hepa rpulc. ti eB as timen tslU for- D a-d-
St and se aab in words ot bar- hegivg eee, s Lve Oak Democrat An a wayoatioIn e lgtrhlie e4 U ave added: oAnd Itshael elwnys gib la We etp ies Ore, do
daid gro eth anho ofio s 1 owe I te tw ae tol etaw aIswte- D*b h bj the" IM;
Byt thean us ess have of recent a bigger man ead a more powerf Al e' uo e lS w o Ite gut ywerfu codl. we p e I H r t one ts sS s 4.- n H
Pea a wei.o le a change. Te F oh r mao fhan the ec ina1t o by the n -ises ot factory aend al too.e wf- loa Pearesan' t at-ao st after hi we- eakthtr s, t, SNSL te lnoca wP alk.-
atJuyhe isyeagu e Mcinler, ad .. hadL ser H dears fromwu b 9T t al Itro.t.srflon. o ra.p, P e'nsaolI!dew
SJly celebration are not what they oe In the nd. The editor referred could get so m-e- paid up ..tek floe C. e eaki. e fo Prme rhd lnyo both sa to cItlje-* 15--A R.K-
wedp to be. Wrhea lit lev wte drelk to will no doubt te, fully with their ea tu. .- thoe Fist J dical Ct t ot W ao e e e41O l o.e~? o2.
St Oe JGlrt of ,i.hn8m tOaOmer cotty mbtehmpry. ooyflteade-W- .t. feet. k oenanto t ae pictureme ain toba i ,ghly -w e
w te ri ow deouring our people, or oatsved it which" hee r tae aetthea adn. ren outthecutoorepaemest b ding, fad- Ma MItitella. uno thy ala. B1O 1 'go IN .CL
at it ree apslo itid "fetent.t abou dtethrtel e gou ante Judge kll who s.e, t w 1 os PI ao o l's beb cicme-
Sbt.so t Decl"a, ear nes s un f he uive n a pl 0e ithiugl h ertis, or manyyearsoen, a n on oteido an reel tt JW MII t Jertre, cee
iffeyndeuness eral legaM. a allednto thelocteo hwed let oflarfnd woldaertt oj 'e 1otheitatileeSe re
trmtuc at home weld be rewarded n tl1 recent donhaasehon of the cauteo clde traahtstt thlg a atre or andO certainly looks the part to per. SIt tned aneo to falsfeo sthe "newW >r Okbm.-Oeus Pamr ot
~traos is the Philipplfsae *i 9ythe do not o Throuhu his puit e etes I s anyonew mpatoAst Wmol d s- Monticello. ln"wTheta take o anerkou'y for brutall e ulltr e rri f. C n e 55WU pteR r r
The cldef e la to ohebr attionmaio lffoskfrnu eo
weryer, that a.the sprtt of the "lfor- at what we regard as the rital e sare asfaiemai l l tee te old mI si geneen, but Iawondenr s s t sth a r r 11.-One Ptr
o f1urth"I is not what it once was in the whole problem ua follows: t e it sewIn aS loascIt fhow tIany on you nowe tbhat t shoupe Uwet s o Gro. J. L aStephera
anId the lifpobe of our people to LRos vl the rea ined atethe b usis wi s a n dy -P ,AY0 "Ia'Upopacs "a sbI wer, .th'Ju dgs J, villo Metse s. o" .0ltr ; YgeFmt1t.-neofiI
we gla, oreserre lett oor f te lrder bnitewn osubcreIr patw.n- tis. ,.a m n ha.o .hi the aro Jes acuhty, fh ohe s b thaecnrewhmayorUsbem 2-_. te r M.s
mhrs at least ies lvhcocif, e ot r and be-t r -in the t g n .fewY aI SM lwo oulb eorldnyeoenana torhonredret-aI a any ratenit's ar .a *a ,d b ruy
YOM, l o the e phand.be riwishboney dentofPersacola" the soriginsall~ "konm-e Jistie eark The ge te. ,an t hie veors eo he "n e
t20 eofd. nt O n d the rt h ta hssy gh uItn ev a iS puoli wei l ws re ala man o to terban k o Jdlsn we a aol -M-tonInde e."s oS p Isof ras o" mps s.I ssatm
t y h ee t an rlaew nt stpea It is as and bjc o ane w spa r It Bs iue a rodn eI twc c m en... w ment, at tt, hen, w lfe ewt" *a*s lowb brsmiedMris- t e .
tb siaaym eatM y m al as te and usto cae, culd besand t o t imnoai the eetsdiondoChislat oreo reeo'Ai_ .nd.I.o C
SW atever ray b the the cond ttak o hm e Iwl A tI e rea otha h fe. l- i bte to aIn 4ate l *Tare, hi b n2.s n T ssee ecri,6All t That I, ..... W
blhratdgowlli watevenl or t-cSIn dla te n t wetan ieth ou r thelny nes aduesrl r ibL t couae t he n "ws rsto fromt need Is imdpconyefth eUVte-fO ULo rOree? Bt IaMa Waat'ms
th it c .to Weti or r manaa- td at ore proer As so s Si.t rhdoWOR w as ut s&ng wtohe y eandaO tsqt A ruste ere Rcord. J tcbeI Re localtea town, pwhiheveir rhIs inergt
I.oard.-bellw e -- --nagu s e ......... ...eve._aar-or3..........anf el nT.laassileelteonea Wt y .
r r a- e u t the g ac a a tewo t In meant, anten jth aft hs a bs an sta m e oarl Con.
*o Jlry cbratis a rlel t o wu h treak ers nent thelnd.uThe edtitospreerrea coula mapeso mi up ti mer ed Ivationit thepremigt d l otheseemato Best b Quann
use od the Phlhler itbwe r o to will n doutsefl y thk teirtAe r n toas ey. 5tion ou 3echCO Whoe Ws 5Ii th aiede :"AndIashaol deal 9 trobl l escl br.fn eats d
t ote h Oa toteles
Ir Bme oerment will tr ecnh I &tebur ma Imad &ht .T o FloiHd ep t decicon we report fld au brata..... .- ..i -nT allaasse .oe. ra e,
sai. sfe d I t w b ta. s. r u. fa n sa i d:.ia mid .et to ie sI B Sn-, oated by ,aw s &, .... .
at July Celebrationsaare mg WW t hey Tae t the..and.vaThe "torn referre e ts o NOW ve dupstw fr l i tedTelev tht -onmeo -rh..... haP1...hd pel]habo eem oballce4
.. -t ,.
Thi srs of od c aa g s t Wiiv et t r he oldHsad .t i. .
hJural doasted hi
Marth our Jul4 f the year afd that dhatM sc aseTtaJige ea,.lye l and, hai pl t" Is ateray ci m Oi.e Pr
t sntimen a t so, weth eDearati o f fin matr e an & tap -nlaclwo oklds he to per" .n-todai a negoto j ----da.ails f or s-ix
%Witegerld and Memride, foraerlyo wo uldn't It?, * *W efts and amn tha trot
p tatow cosayoeartotremaint, th aksonill e-n are ao enlss liKSuo Pa bo UPf and Quit. SSothers could Blissof ensa IlikeSewell, of Ta
- '- u.'--'--- - m~i Peis eo -,-l-c ia ga- ht of thi paste-.: --- -W I
bauc r-xurn- MisVevual b#M-= 'RMOI boards was recently sentenced to pay ~IA
waft July 12_Thejonurudicftsanou T-
***** .-- -,-,-- gh .pb b. t, h
Set.h......w....e a re dit to rt he l4 47A l...... af o A Live woe A, derite ab Ia u ,LcbI
4. th e P es will bea ce die o th ....figures h T edshoePeTi mes -M&w r I trlp ..--
M a lawd oeya mw eocnl a i *rAdownOta 4Mlm licaw af h er 1 4Pt a I
P: W tig ht Up I .. ... w D9 J a... ...-Time>_. ee. I"-- rIa.n..,
day dur ae hasmonth at Jum% inekIS, ,t Dai. d-h A
o U7 ofm. th.eeWithntft,-WO a*A uer Of APernsaos,cia! Phas bmool beeein aggsh athudpe
oaf:tver for beisling a fw .. ....t I. *o.... 117,1 e u 3 o.,
da w e ab rage Mr.. .... 16 Sam-fIa w -M tII ofS And yet sm s t t Maisalthatahe swal pse b o f the eAo& a
I1I I __
-o_ S t a ina- _ _A...",.
~jaw4u aI 4i* Jww U4AS Thiodbed 0 *O _rotar*.FT~~
A75 Jusme ~ A Live h. WieworqIs sUoft E tA, ugL
bwStrk eatat Nqwbery, lUe I,-*... Jne 31u A 412106 PeMme oasnw mayor ft 0is41* *s *sow *M
p a. the ouNgtry WSWOMat U is AAM 'I- IRJeSI".4AW W41 14 WO-Z:alve wireTb. journal, whic-U-10 iIx -we efinf he -in f'
oltca op nen ts, ghei 1*78 1Jn a 46 A~wn' o at lL'J v tbns' n"."
~uaatam"ens 11J ne .... -unuuu.-
8610h ay he bam n beeorm -a uoe, 9JmI IS 74o,4W bmofew 0
*5 ~rs he cunty, avin-be 1-N- -we an olor bs, Pncos. sm '141 1
Ifatosedme. Por semb1Ma 11 ReU4t,.11,143'SIWh Al4
on VisOsNUW arser an me 4ce no A JNe 18 44SSW '-l
irME=hhave ra matert a mactla I&
1$ Sepa hemt6 the re*
AL AL ad ..wMbyInm D ftpm-, -
jewma &bebung via M &a I I
BAY JOHN INq
I TO CUT THis
a Depot at 3-!t
md every honq
m.. returning at
wrves the right Y3
eI tled to on0
box on grounds,
f 8 p. m. tra.a.
tes, donated wy
stel by H. 0.
1W1 donated b?
dMated byW. .
&m donated )y
eruption ) Tl
Or Pillows. '. na-
OsW, donated ,
donated by R.
raist but- *n? ,r
cancer. '. o"
weer, -:;k i *
J. & B. For'-.
man Dance'r, i'i
tlls, Kaaa & Ca-
(under :4 yeare')
d by Meyer Sho-
onder 14 year3?
ated br Wi::rI
1 bicycle lat3
ca set tennla
years ) 54) vari J
ri by Jos. QutUSJ
Seen 15 anI 11
lfe, donated by
4';-. ^ ^ ;' *
* .-1 ''
. r- ,.d ;
-~L1~ i~Y'~Y r'i~ ~I .~
W-0 *,. -(.qr -'.I
r 'V *~- -'
w A; -1.t^-^^ ^
2 .'~ *s;~'~ -
(3~Imning at ~ b'c5ock
7* x a m)................. $5.50
9 x 2 W......)...................$8.50
76 x l I. ) ........... $5.50
9 x 12 WM) ................$8.00
9 x 12 8.,..-- (S ) $22.00
b ,Cmpst- t
f*******"W o w
THE QUAUTY STORE
shirt W exists ""'4 "i.F.INALt, INLOnly 1.2ALOF ALL
E ;]3-l--!^^ iiii-iisoij *lv74F AND.$,.28 WA ^^r
nbair r I.Th.1i g wskjrts,
f UM LO.O #.0, *7.00 and 7.-
4.98 .... wAIJUH SKIfTS.... $4.98
C0013 a 1-n3i g s rtff,
Mc ^.aT ~ r :nt"y UT'Q .1 1T-Ir~ ^ viO -'Lr1*4
WRftLe Iule *5.00, *5.f5, #*.oo oed 813.50
$7.50 S.. WALKING SKIR*TS- $750
PICNIC ON 4th
am Ftt Mg Cdinhft M ir diPhi
The Jolit committee of the local this park, a pl ad m Iads of In-
*ges of Odd Fellows, including Na- candescent lights tbug the ground
..r: Rebekah Lodge, are making Saal and pavosk., ma&I tt .a most beau
; -, parations for their picnic on July tiftul picte at t
at beautiful Electric Part. Klee- The large mew dad pavilion ha
Park is an ideal place to spend been placed tn Krat s condition,
-t. 4th. Situated as it is on the bay, and the gomltte he a secred the
re is always a cool breeze and with- celebrated Bannie's Orchestra, whose
a few minutes' ride from the cityM, re tat it yfitg usic
,h electric cars every 20 iautetee. a well M ..ther. .. CO
it the most convenient and d- *ow are 'ted from Mil-
bie plmaure resort in this vice-d tont. Bal W a .t'.Barrancas
The T erminal Company has re- and other pep1y .towa, .i respon,
*made many improvements at to invitatlo Pept,.Md all who at
Be- abodd fllthe PMo
-wgw geii *as it is
wia UM no be mdjot de--
vwae..a he m ppe sether
in VOLr .ma
eYMs- 40 gbet the
f inr a s -be would
He muAt oAt eeman a
pateoat bey de ft. m
scwenoe. to Mrtenmnl
"xhee and what the
trouble Ia. He -G e-
termnme &ad preribe
presely ithe ida eOC
drugp see" to e J a
cire. He mat di&ret th
ioses and l)eal ream
for doubt a tae p t e
the patieat or tMhe br
gist who enapose t-
pduscriptlio. W his
WE HAVE F E -" ON w "N
tend are assured an e ''- if -ii t2
The following is a list of ti 5pl#"tt5 y
Baseball-Orioles vs. i traac w ., e d ih l .
Cash prize. Special prime i p all of them with corks In them=
who knocks ball farthest. '- ily anybody knows what to do.
Horde race, prie, OdE Fellows a solution of the difficulty 1, how-
Pin. It seems, perfectly simple: "Place
Foot Rac for Boyr, r ,. I e ettle, cork downwa, upon the
Pocket Knife. 4a 00e n ordinary Iamntiplecei
Foot Race for Girls, pr1e. bottle orirlilt dr ,orse, with the haln&
Cologne. '- he with a slight Impulse turn It am
High Juop Pt rim,. ptI r4 o t falls uponie on Its
Broad Jump, prime, % M Lines M ase. Pick It up, aud you will and that
Handkerchiefs. AHe cork has started. It Is ,auwtlawS
Mixed Shoe Race, prise, Pr Shoes necessary to repeat the operation be-
Sack Race, prize, Fine Pocket tore the cork can be withdrawn with
Knife. .i .-l -, fle fngers. A frst experiment with a
Egg Race for Girls, prtse, PIr LlJ I\l bottle of water tightly corked Is
Slippers. advisable. A fall dheet from that
Climbing the Greasy Pole, r M aht will have no durable result.
Stopo.l t D o ...ft Pie The resent writer can tetlfy to the
Tailing thile Donkey, Sutuldle Prize. I .acy, ot thie ,minor art," e -had.
Cracker-Eating Contest. eah p* si o. this norhist ple hadnas.
Great Pig Race, pri e the pig. is true, t arrange his pthe an
Tug-of-War, married en vs. s t W barroom s to ave the man-
Sinuen priae, box cigars. tece handy. But there was no dun-
Ugliest MAn on Grounds, prWse, par e after turning te bottle on Its
f* ae Cuff Buttons. base, "with a slight impulse," In eg-
Most Popular Young J4aRr thon t rctlUng the cork from the ruins. There
Giound3, prize, Dress Patte M.. ZJias no need to repeat the operation.-
Prettlast Baby nm .roua4, P!,4, Limdon Spectator.
Spair Slippers. ,
f Best Lady Dancer, pAria e a ---- -
Beet Gentleman Dancer, praMe, St
Sports start promptly at 2 'clock. M
Among the special feature .wml b r
the Coqntry Store. conducted by tU 0 1
ladies oft Naomi Rebekas Ik iga wl, L
are working hard to makd this feattm
A grand display of r rks M
been arranged to take p at at t
o'clock. The skating rink Wils be 0 Jge U
Sand several other feature are It prp.
Of course, all kinds of refrekame Cd i m
will be served, including de0tco, us oh., q< T
chowder, made by an exjt-it. B it
The Terminal Copa ,t'M tse "
ed to reduce the 4are aer i h'clok.
p. m. to 1e eeamt mamd tipx w4 w .
rn electric cars every is geCttn g
p/ age te be -n-aky. I t <1 it:t "
/peilS ltr **, ** H e of Suit p .ter
MW imddig s ans m IMVlitma
La t," oo.
we tot-M wAM ia
A mab at0, a AL a w'e "t ive
&@U pRA sk an |
mnI a ai o'.
inSmTAi M nO ROOMS
". Manattan Hotel.
(Grden and Saylen streets, Pensa-
cola, Fla Dinidng sfooms operated by
Chs, Cadmus, C"Ctere to Mankind,'
on both the Ameriean and European
plaa. -.. .
Olive, Pcklme, Salted Peanuts.
Cream of Chicken.
Bake4 Red Snaer, Wine Sauce.
Fillet- of Beef, Ktse Radish Sauce.
Youaf Chiekens. with Dressing,
Leg of Veal with Jelly.
Bell Fritters. Cream Sauce.
Now Potatoes, Butter Sauce.
Co-n on Cob. Steamed Rice.
VaUilla ce Cream, Pound Cake.
OCRee, Tea, Ice1 or Hot, Milk
-- ..C--~ r-
Depot Loan Office,
a A a Ia 0 W
Money to Loan on Jewelry, Diamonds, Watches,
and valuables of all kinds.
Unredeemed pledges always for sale at bargain prices.
Choice. Line Cut Glass.
seWatches and clocks repaired and work delivered when prom
We have a safety vault especially constructed for our busaleam
In which to keep all valuables.
Off ce, 106 E. Wright, In Briggs House.
TO TH MERCHANTS
-geat Hous-Btary Train Break-
fa $:15 a. m.; Breakfast, 7 to 9; "
SDiter 12:30 to 2; supper, 6:80 to S. A.
, baday D-Breeka 8 to 10; Din. - ....,
ner, 1 to2;-Spper, to 7:30. i
"Cool, clean, epafort and cuisine UI
ALA CG1 LDsN, UNoER 12 ll
YiA0s WIL.AirL AMITTED FREE, i UBi -
INWLUO*RN1tAlILROAD PARE, AT
TIjr_ iAfNOUA *LUFF PICNIC, -
The Nter hants
*ROTNERHOO1 ICNIC MONDAY
AT ,W PARK; PARADE AT 10 wants yeWfia ing
.**'--****-.-*.- Give us a-share
*i* ** We Msftey
0 . age s.
| ,S sWe "W h, sre
*rT o Bo. D:-q .
and moving .
of it if you d' ne
guarantee all br'i
,' t-,'"' j i"
~~~, o7 - WF y
^ 4 ,
Abat 3,000 yards Exsitle Swiss and Nainseek i ftgs, fri6 to 16 ihAes we, being our entire colection of broken match sets
emr own direct Importation, and wMdeo forerly sold at 35c, 4ft 45c, 50c, 60c, 65c and 75c the yard, at
*oaRIi7 *-c yard -
-W99y two'_ df t .he -owt _.--ri-. 46 t' #f yMee So be o Iw ~e pew- Judse, e their of quality or value, yew .a attend tai
pN' ...TM. sae w!iD yOr M eyes Ist sed Tee tou lgest valI In er.mls DIt has ever oeen your or i t N IS.
DON'T MISS IT I DON'T MISS IT I Wr "WS oIN ouR MS O ow DON'T MISS IT DON'T MISS ITI
AIROLESS OF COST
FIGURED SWISS COTTAGE CURTAINS.
Extra Special Offering.
Sprs of the handsonest SLSO and $1.75 Figured Swiss
Cottage Crtains you evr laid your eyes upon, alH 3 12 yards
oag, go o n sale here Moaday,
At only 0.1l a pair.
Three styles to choose from,
S *ia | lFive-inch hestitched ruffle, plain body, with five one-half inch
S I Five-inch hematitched ruffle, figured body, In new butterfly deo
U a sign.
Five-inch hemstitched ruffle, figured body, in new leaflet deo
ALL $10.00 ad $12.00 TRIMMED HATS, sow
ALL $ 6.00 md S 9.00 TRIMMED HATS, now
ALL S 6.00 and $ 7.00 TRIM HATS. ow
ALL S 4.00 and S 5.0 TRIMND HATS, now
ALL $ 2.00 and $ 3.00 TRIMED HATS. now
ANY $6.00 and
ANY $5.00 and
ANY $4.00 and
ANY $3.50 and
ANY $2.50 and
iExt \ I ri'
I /. A 4; *; f -,.^" *
Special to he Journal.
Bonlfay, July F Mr. Alex Sessoms
and Mr. and MrsV W. A. Seasons
went to Pensaola on the excursion
train Thursday. They will return
The many friends of Miss Dos"a
Wright will be delighted to know that
she is Improving very rapidly. Her
condition was so favorable that her
wurse. Minss ake, of Mobile, returned
The infant Sea of Mr. and Mrs. Lefi
Yates died Tuesday, after a lingering
Illness. They have the sympathy of
all their friends.
Mrs. W. J. Hathn, who has beian
visiting her mother, Mrs. M. A. Bva4s,
for several week, returne4 to her
home in Pensacola Thirsdy.
Miss Mabe1 ..lkikono of Pensacola,
is the. guest of Miss Aseiath 3vtms
Miss 1vann entertained a few friends
Friday night in her honor.
A party of young people enjoyed a
hay ride out to Ohe home of Mr. and
Mrs ,W. lo. Sesa, three miles in
the country last nday night. Mr4:
Sessoms entertain& tem delightful-
ly. during the eveiugt serving galaM,
pickle courses and lea cream and cake
Those in the party were Miss CarrIl
Finney, Miss Eva Parker, Mfiss Ase.
nath Evans and her guest, Miss Matei
Wilkinson; Messrs. Kelly Sessoms,
Williams and Cleveland, Finney Las.
ing Carkbuff, Loatie' Martin, Drew
Tucker and Dr. Justice. Mrs. W. J.
Hamn chaperoned the party I
Mr. J. H. Godwia weat to Pensacola
Thursday on business.
Miss Doalia Wright is visiting her
brother's family, Mr. T. J Wright.
Mrs. Alex. Sessoms and Miss Vv41
Parker went to Marianna Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. McDonald wept
to Chipley to church last Sunday.
Our railroad agent, Mr. A. J. Tucker,
is absent on a few days' pleasure trip
and he is relieved by Mr. Garritt, of
Laurel Hill. 0
SMcDAVID I I
8peclal to The Journal.
McDavid, July l,--The local show-
era this week were welcomed by the
farmers, as the crops were badly in
nefi of rain.
The work on. the mill here, under
the firm name of The Jernigan Com-
pany, is progressing very rapidly. We
hope soon to see it in operation.
Miss Dell Williamson, who has been
attending the state normal at tka-
Funiak, arrived here WeVdnesday, vSth
the intention of spendia; her vacatfia
with her slater, Mrs. R. S. Mays. -
Mr. Herbert Pringle of Pollard, vi'd:
ed relatives here Tuesday.
Mr. J. T. Mackey of PenEacola, made
a pleasant call here Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Solomon return.
ed Monday after a pleasant v4lit to
friends and relatives in Brewton.
Mr. D. G. B4ggett of Atmore. aW
MiC T. J. Cuhman of Pine Barren,
were among the visitors here Sunday.'
Quite a number from here attended
the Masonic picnlc at Bluff priNpgs
Saturday 'and report having spent a
most enjoyable day.
We are glad to know that Miss An-
na Harrison will jon our circle agala,
after having closed a succesflW-
school at Pine BErref. She is expect-
ed bo m to-day...
Mi Mattte .l wmat is spe ng
the week with relatives at' Flom&a/a
Mrs. R. R. Cowan and ehiiadre,, or
Cowan, Ia., returml home this mora!
lag, after spending a 'ew days at tUe
bedside of her mother, Mr. J. C. Gxm-
ter, who has been very 1n at her Iir
Mr. 3Ao. W. buutei' is here sgendigW
a few days with relatives. i
Dr. Caldwel, a distingusuted pW4Wty
orator, who ha Alst returned from tf
mtlsionslo e C *,a S booked to IeeW
at the i-a Methodist church 1
da,u -:Ju t U possibI .e
tote .quifett~'Nta. -.** -
A~ 68 ft-$~
U. II NOWL3S, FreeIMeet
=R08. qKBMENT, Ast. CaSbif.
I' ~' ~
9- _ _ _ _
W. N. RO Ai* V-Wr44L
, : .. .. -i o .. . ,
Bret July 1.--T#' ratey 6es"M
as reachedd us it last. On the armt
days of the week the threatening' in
.iCara&. wocld 4pMoa .so close that
ma AM wt ff
iOger end t a thlrty-ceft Shia,
pole, but We could only get about 6
average dropl to, the square acre.
Wednesday we bad Initatry showWM
sodelent to da*men tha outside of a
farmer's calico shirt. On Thursday
the precipitation waa ntae copleOu,
reminding us ht the rainy season Is
near at hand.
Sweet potato planting is now resum-*
ed and the ar cultural situation D,3
more hopeful again.
, Prof. Allen its slowly regaining his
exhausted strength. RecuperaioP Is
tedious in the advanced years of ou'
If' the decision should be made to
terminate all lives at the age of --
when our usefulness is estimated. to
cease-it will stir up the blood of re-
tired sages, and precipitate a revolu-
tionary war between the agea.
The Jim Crow law is now in full
bloom, and I predict that it will spread
into other stated 1 its beauties be-
, &L. OAJW.I ,
whoikse sd *emaui a a QL'
Steam Domestic, Anthracite %^j^ A
: scbfd. -13 South Pslafn street. tlegba -
____T ~~agrv~aggsa sad ggaaMj)streets. ^MM
T&6C ;f"Wa o mmas sA o fQtift
; BI TIE O0IG6NAL Wf.FIUC eiloibT S1OP.-
We have everything that alhebrs ha"e ,. ea
that the other r sm don't have adat t prices.
Standard Gramula.d Sugar, uns for.. ":... ....9.. -0e
65 galns Pure Georg Cane Syrup.... .. ....... '
10 gallon keg Georgia Cane Syrup .. .. *.... .... t5
Fda Syrup,. per gallon .... *. ...... ". ....
Best Patest Flour 98 pound bags ........*.. o. o.. .. .... ...
Pure Sa Cured Sweet Hams; per pound .. .. ,. .. ..
12 cans Magnolia Milk........ ....
Teneassee BaIter, . pounds .... .... .. .. .. .. ** 2.
Creamery Btter,.per pound....... .. .. -" *..
Tomatoes, f pouM Cans, per dozen... ..... e .... I
On doen cans .......... .. .... ****
** _* ***-******* .
The* e "t-e *rode crash pricesm o s ~i
or phfte Yaw order
a WO0. Wo PR YORN od
r~a, 1*' 133 Enast Geroet u'a.
letepbcum.-Produf ogDpt., 2L Orati-
* f4.ee -E ~
* .La. a.'
* a ~4W9*
* S S S
* 0 9 9 S
* S 9 9 9 ~
1.000 YARDS FIGURED LAWNS at 10 YARDS for 30 ht-
ALL 12 1-2c and 15c FIGURED LAWNS and SWISSES per yard, 1@ a te
CUT PRICES IN EVERY DEPARTMENT DURING MONDAY SWUNG.
NEWS of WESTFLORIDA .
Special to The Journal.
AmAlachicola, July 1.-Miss Byrdle
SMeCounel left Friday for her home
ia Atlanta Ga., after spending a
pleasant winter here.
Sismes Hennie and Sadie Patton re-
tunred home Thursday after a delight-
tel visit to Atlanta, Ga., of several
Mr. 0. L. Teague returned from his
eating among the hills of Carolina last
Yburwsdy aueh improved in health.
Mr. L. C. Murrow Is taking a trip
R RdrFlomrida stoptang at all places
or tut ret
Mgr. al -Mrs. 1. Matthews visited
te c2r bot week. Whlle bare they
watre e guests of Mrs. T. C. Me-
Mns. C. H. B. Floyd is spending the
weft at St. Vincent's Island, the guest
if Mrs. B. J. Hatch.
Mrs. Garner, of Springvale, Ga., is
on a visit to her cousins, the Misses
Pa&ton, of this place.
Dr. and Mrs. Marrow entertained a
few friends last Friday evening in a
most charming manner. Whist was
HAS A MAGIC MEAN-
INQ. IT MEANS, IN
-. SIMPLE LANGUAGE,
EVERY MAN WANTS
THE BEST THAT HIS
JONEY WILL BUY, AND
WHEN YOU PAY 10
CENTS FOR A BOTTLE
THERE IS NO
FOR THE MO
VERY FEW 0
Played during the evening. Miss P1
dora Floyd won the ladies prize, a
handsome burnt leather magazine
holder; Mr. Goettinger the gentleman,
prize. a leather case. Delightful re-
freshments were served during the
Rev. Father Galland left for Bir-
mingham, Ala., Thursday morning after
a pleasant visit of two weeks in this
Mrs. T. C. McKinale and Miss Mkud
left Friday morning for the west.
Messrs. M. 0. Bously and A. Bern.
stein, o! Gulfport, Miss., were among
the visitoag here this week.
Mrs. J. W. Wakeield returned home
Sunday from Thomuavillb, Ga., having
spent a few weeks there with her
Misses Alice aad Alma Purlin arm
having a delightful visit in the city
with their aunt, Mrs. B. Grady.
4 large excursion over the G. F. &
A. from Cuthbert, Bainbridge and
other points in Georgia visited the
city last Frlday and Saturday.
Mrs. W. W. Pooser returned home
this week from Arcadia FIa., after a
pleasant visit there of several weeks
Mr. S. D. Chittendon. of Tallahassee
Fla., was among the visitors this week.
Special to The Journal.
Cottage Hill, July l.-Mrs. C. W.
McDonald, who has been sick' for two
Weeks has regained her usual health.
Mr. Lemons and family have moved.
to Indiana after a'residence here of
Several cantrs of melons have been
shipped north from here.
John R McDonald left to-day for a
visit in Cincinnati and Xenia. Ohio.
W. I$. Smith is improving the prop-
erty knor-n as the Wineford house
and expects to occupy it in the near
Word has been received here of the
death of Capt. John Lutz. He left
here over a month since to visit his
son in Chicago and while there con-
tracted pneumonia, dying after a short
illness. He was buried at his former
home, Eocanaba Michigan.
Special to The Journal.
Myrtle Grove, July 1.-TMursday
Safternoqa .was one that will long be
Remembered by the cdtizens of this
Space. The little Myrtle Grove ceme-
,I THAT tery was the scene of a sad occasion
S" 1 F-People began to gather from all
BEER ON around the neighborhood and from
'Millview. Beulah, and Pensacola and
r AS 0000 about 4 o'clock pain the last sad rites
to Mabel, No add. '~mnee Saure
NEY, AND the three children who were so quick.
F T-HE 1- ly snatched away from this veil of
F T"H I. tears a few days ago by drowaing in
10 CAN Bayou Chico. '
The crowd gathered there to witanes
TH IT. the sad oecaason n mbeted about 301
or 350 person.
The bereaved amity once lived Z
this aeichborbood anIthe three little
Sones are wel remembered by every-
m especially the scholars of the
Ssoel bw*re. e funeral was co-
R C d by r. leader, the mad(-
S tthe cldreB.ase ae was very a -
KMay dGot *love i"t thqn.
I '- C -_* -- -
_.J^-^^^M IlMB^-L I^^-ldM^^^^
'",^^^^BI ," Pb fp^^^~i'^^ '.
Special to The Jouarnal.
Wewahitchka, July *1.-Mr. WiB.
Jones, an Atlanta drunmner, was here
Two men went out on the lakes in
the afternoon an4. brought home one
hundred and eihty Askh la time for
supper. Only a sample of our fishing.
Mr. F. C. Rummel and little Molly
Mack returned Monday from a visit
to Columbus, Ga. ',
The writer was stok last week aJI
w. not able to sent ayttg from
Mr. L. B. -Castler, a Poftar Peasa-
cola drumkmet. was fn town Moday. 1'
Mr. A. R. Hannah, of Mobile, Ala.
two sons are visiting- friends here.
Mr. Those. Opener, who has been
attending the U. S. M. A. at West
Point, N. Y., is amending his vacation
Rev. Winslett Ile his regular ap-
pointment here Sunday.
The K. of P's. will go ti mlounts-
town Monday to organic a lodge.
We are having plenty of rain in this
Mr. Douglas Atkin ai home on; a
Mrs. Thomas Spencer was suddenly
called to Newberry, FIla., to attend the
funeral of her grandchil Dr. and Mrs
Joe Ruff's child.
It is said to be a sure thing about
Wewahitchka having railroad. We
certainly hope the reports are true.
ST. ANDREWS |
Special to Theim Jrnal.
St. Andrews, July 1.--Mrs. W. R.
Gonzalez, who has been visiting her
parents, ULeut. and Mrs. F. H. IShepr
pard. returned to her home in Pensa
cola on Friday's trip of the "Tarpon."
Mrs. J. D. Smith and family, of Ma-
rianna, came in last week and are 1no
cated for the summer in the old Sani.
tarium building. .
It is our sad duty to ohaonilel th
death of Mrs. F. H. Boutelte of Par-
ker, which occurred at her 'bther's
home In Cromantdn oa Tt*day nigh*i
InterIment took place at Parker cemeo
tery on Wednesday. TPe 4eeeae
leaves a husband. son. *sed moUter.
other relatives and a circle ot friend
to mourn her loss.
Mrs. Calie Hent, otheher of MrsT
J. D. Smith, of Mariana, is with 04
Smith party for the smeaier.
Miss asuie Sheppard W on Thurs-
day via. Ckhipley, for as estbded sum.
mer trip. "
Our community ayMpate B
with Mrs. Rose In tl of her
their. Mr. Ray, who. cr 4unda
Mrs. Ottq Prans who bha been at
the bedside of her iek m Xther, %i
turned to Pehtsaola g. ,rialy's trip
of the Tarpon. *
A DASH OF
M Is utiatce Ci
~ OW 6Iund lflterA
~aA guolItt Oj.rj
AVO Osufemi A95
6341 4- SPIRAL
N i a~~m pma o. ,.
My VW =UUUM11G"Mock feed rc:3
the hornS lI Urer, encours,4
amm.be hamtIM MUbat.to t*
la86M. m O syou
PAIF, miARI, PrOI.
MfW o4Mn JUK MW block 'mm en
lime. 3b~elwe side for ladies ani x
tbb'OPem daY OanDnight Whi-o
P~ O. effrhmeuts at an
CMN CAVALLO. AND ZARRAGOSSA
Dr. To 0. YATES
3 I ~ThM BtMdbg
bodlas Mow sominsldb fora
Cleaning & Dye
MEMBERSHIP RATS 1.00 PEA
Ladies mad 0ot's Clothing efeseu
dyed and r htred. Goods caled for
ABILL & fNCH, PROPS.
4S L B. Owmmen St..
Pbess. "A 10. Pesscela F'.
We i Cl M
MEATO AND VROTABLES, POU6k
TRY AND GAMS IN SEASON
PHIL .JOM, MANAGER.
TO UY PENSAC
TEMS AND PR
TieS ma.em Ral E
at Lr ates of lnte
-.~ ~ WW 9K mlbt..
4~ 345.P. 0. Box, x.
V, K. Ilcs.jr.,D.Go Brent,
zwn e r~t rMoin eluu, WUaIibJAM 1000.
-e Fb"uwOv- O"mie f w em _
sddty Spast BerFor Rmat. In Csmustdoo w"thwMwe
heica Privu --AL nwtnxpt c foe te ibOc
*poeIb at hate eof 4,e eu puAa
All Brillantine, Mohair and Panama Skirts at Cost.
k. k olo
- -Z-= = A
f th" f
\4 ; .- .*'
1 ~% *. ~..
TO CREATE AU ESTATE
tS by buying eal estate. It grow re valuable as
Is a"soa %W. We have several plees t wFpewty on
or ata tha are paying good divsdad t at
CM EW ON ESOKABLETERMNS.
r-b ~real estate is rapidly tcreasing la alue.
Pensawla Investment Co.
A ALEMBERT City Maneasm
W. Ht. KNOWLES. Pie. R IMIL toI gD.w
d. L. STILLAIAV. P. A. KNOWLS MV TeSeab
MKAL ITAT.L LOAN& MEMERAL IUVEar thTmrr,
ina e S.uSnsu St.. le, 4 -
4 4-~ '- *~ ..-AA
ButemeraRfu tera,' '.t -t 1ut s R Wshal be gl&4d to ommtIUate
1Wr t ML w * i ith t e destrgBl to "bay .or sell p ..
MUR BAJ Z-D3BABZUT--#1 I- 't. y
a ad Ha- al 2 y 1 S edal attention to Rents lair-
a Padn Sasrmet5** C4W Makting Ioans, ad to the Collec.
allOm Jersey Oow with cal, 1 tw .;," p mre.t
sallaO cow -withwLu. Apply toBash :
maowey, .2 l. L y. -* L.S. BROWN& Co
FOR SBA--Pine OM on i Mttalg .
S00. EaqWre at roo. 4, Mattai 200 Thelsen BId'g
t L SALE.-Two New Rtme Sewin
Machines, both as good assit 'v <"
one Jersey cow. Apply 405B. Bemea
-stree. *ju. ....
l-Ut 8AL-Three <-toot '-ileat
Tolopho* S VI
sa en" show cases. Itbtn Moyer on the Square-Phone m118-
KLe ~ 106 .L WrlgV. Phoe 1127.1 0g9 Creamery Butter per pount
-- 4. > ,30c; sood Creamery Butter per punj
R FALE.-- am Florida StoXe Agest 26c; Cold Melons at all times;
r PFIre and Burglar Proof Satessand era, Ch ckens, Staple and Fancy Gro-
Vauk Fixtures of all descriptions cries; good horse for sale cheap.
umitctuared by Alpine age ant Remember to ring Phone 718.
Lock Company of Cincinnati, OhioJ SJunelow
Cohmmnlc& with me for pl* 'and FOR SALE -The best watermelons tn
?erms before buying elsewherBe.ac- the city can be found on ice at Can-
t MoreoPensacola, Fla. tantine Ceparisos's. 128 Tarragona
-- St. 32)unelm*
FO 8AAL--On account of leaving
city, one large steel range, 6 holes, CHICKEN WHEAT prodso* ogn&
good as new. Also two Lee boes. Ap.:- Makes fowls especially well aTred.
ply 8124 R Gadsden street. 27janelwo The cheapest food to be found. F. &
MUaln 'A &- -- _ _.
WAT. I sIk, _sW. toot beam, carries 76 ya rods RIMT-Two rick stores, 1
,,canvas j s . In good condition. A ar- and 106 South Ta goa stmret.
gai. Waddell, room 2, 28% Pal-Deabl for meratle purposes ol
. L sp.Irment. pleas-I WANT)._A: good cook at once.v hwfox St. 2I4un we ._house. ApplyI.Tha.. Peb e .
ant .p.ollset; emperlence unnec- ply No. 701 ,nrh plpafn "reet -"
ar; erty for MadvammeI .. Ilt. FOR BAL.-A complete, paid upa .ae
* or oml s. llt ath ePk eow CW Ial cserl iNthe lt-er- TURTON M n
r,, to ord. lM .- _. *S a ell1tAT, Datemal C. uorrespabdence PSchool of Phl~,
o.r...... horse to work In stnle bar. adelphia. T. Westmiark. at n. Came loaded ad un ed free
V. .NTsW-A n C aene 3to ne s. LMust be cheap. Apply Box Johason & Sa0. City. e junelma e 4chrU. wt HeMa bkes poph noto
furniture. A dres t9. B rmSr Davis ,d Lloyd sts. FOR SAL a .aulla y ,loc-.- block. nr-h s o u .a years a --o
"e. t WANT bor waeda ftom Prtn- cea oe 0. 3 C.I so AL-14-roomr Whto Ianer
ores, t;plrbe er ligh ou s **--- o I wr tl P.. --- O herlots- I and ound the ity. Very l oks 0rfm aa m tU
laoANv-B sye* &O- er R BALL-Steam Auto, almost ewa
as steameraphe. Cm furish tr oDO TOU want to buy or sNUl aythiag?
r aremers. Address, o D inse varnshig Mana Call at room 4, P7% a* A Attle wast ad wil brifn wederrtl
Milton. r. cmaty. m1sse.. hea loo7my "* r",.-_ The0 o.Isto. o "algalee"t
-.. _" FOR AIA-Six good horses, suita 0to .* -
WAx-mtU-AnyW st of 801 0 -MAlND PU-rNIU-, House. for business or family uss. Apply RSA -Timberfdan
Lip. help, bw"i e-wAck welandtr earsa Gl* Pensacola Uvery Stable, Ja. T.Wod lg irn tracts, ne ty
@ad) and w"iV g m11o1ta 0erteby Wabe Sate W 0mwpy mansgrh1a---,- ..ager, 12and 14 IntedeL. r another counties "F Wbt a nd Ce.
; jr* tow do Natre of the Balvaiofm tIt. Ad1ag P. 6O. 3&as. ily. 1ijune. oWixd&. 1101X L. Gad'eLa .
y rn'y Resce. AlS. s dh. am 184 FOR SALK.-TWo u. ir x tra ft *ho p 215 Peuacola, Jim. limb
ru ... A d EI BU Is young mulf, sound and in god4
.. a.b as 7 wi condition. Afo me orseB S Otue FO.SA A -Second-bhad cash regts-
.-oe AAdma-J." Strery.s avees. arty early.h seen at JSames Hvmgh. y.m;ai
_e __e__ M Tl -a soJRIS. P-WESTT HIveZ a WOOD YARD can
.er.h.nd-Te Moeats Tnst"or --tric pLlant -andteleo In first-C"" futppy -thOODYARoD,,ba %
S- w -a po| wingri m eMAonditionwor setaua sowppl uih wob
treSgs -an-tsed.- T. 3f. T- .5S-- '- 17. 2a-,-Phoe A ok wood, split wM, M pie knots or
,. rop Phons 9i.e.- iLu.eim. iceSema7-W. po 10.-1" 1 Deo-toiai u i -W i.... Rn s ..
ANTU-30cVperhundred-_-, "A MR I B . lllyu ALM -A ~ Jacas. hrlu
ichnapPS tobacco tags. F. W-- WANTrr-&Da bme Osese servant. meat steme basement A R Ur41R NT
nark. Wi. Johnson f. Son, city. M-st gs, .k-smes. ood wags bk tron ou Barview r FOR a
6junelm* to right pew~t A t Mrs. Frank of 13th and h streets. A ek
-_ had s Marston. OugWn IMt Ave, and locality. A. V. ClubbI.
hWANTEDa-A lght second hanski*. 1th^ street. 2jllr1t* __R BA tra PbOR RENT--Five-room house, 3 gal-
Ntunt be cheap for cash. AdJressli 118, l t Imate4 ear ot le6. bath room and lage lot. A 4
. bre JcmaL la)Ajmlw. Y W ,()T M---tutnoted cat.s- ltlina kM sfd to u, ply 131 F. Romana. 2Jlylw*
loue ns we -h barber enclosure.O A r T.-Lower floor of desirable
\. ANT-To buy for caha, trade in few w s, Sed free. Mole.r r
-hares American National Bank DBber oB.s, 06 OKeaNO La 1.W' residence on North Hill, unfumrnish-
Sck. tate price. Address J. L J1- jlylm* FOR SALJ-One Choloe bleok ofsL ed. Address 444, care Journal.
ae JOusal. 13jous a WANT- d opi r 19 N. of the ridge eat of the une lw*
U ,eBLk a y, St._,ult railway, between 7th ,and It street.
SA.NTD.--a ery oae to know t .. ., _- Nature has favored this section It FOR RENT.-Residence lately o>-
r, & So have opene a -, yermol old anot be duplicated. A. V. C.ubb. cupied by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 11 W.
-he stand at the depot AdM 01=C0. --lW &,so n.A.l.lHa nteret oflAa street. Apply to R ary,
-i. ww lte ladies as well as the was aro bpqw. Apply .01 West MR GAUL-H int 43 S. Palfox street 7
,.,t-. ,-at-,u-. Fl .. i- .une .s..WA.TRD.--us b.. -Appyo1 -k.M Ruired. 0 S t ., RiT--O-ce70 with show
4TD-Y-oPalat s. .ser GedeS.Ig.Addressam f. window. 34 S. Palafox. juna,
.. ATED.-You to get shavek abtak 3fn"ext. Journal
^-jed or get your hair cut at the WANXTED-A-fsta ie u4pret oounD oR SAL--AZ a sS (ue IoR RENT-Twenty room louse, eo'-
1t Barber op, 103 DeV ties rS to psle Alpine Safe str, stock e arccoat. Oa er Barracks and Zarragossa street.
S T. N. lIcata, Prop. Bverythteag E b aAckCWop-aire ld *Sr Pro 238-140 teIde"a. Sul-able for boarding house. Apply
f1meIm. a9t6 sa4 V 50trts of every IOR SAIL.-IL-Ten H. P. botle AndS e ID Mrs.- M. J. Moreno, 216 East Zarra.
TA\Vn -Yo. to ave your a decriptiem Wrte m lor terms. gine In good running comdB0-o' ac 0W- 26m
work do by P. Pe, Sear-rtt M-eo,. Paeoa Fla., Flor. be seen at Pensacola Iron Works Oi ot N -Troo. hou- 111
o -e furaishg completed; lights, i. State AAA june. Supply Co.. Apply P Stea. Cervntes. All modern convenlen.
11-s._ch-a.eter., burglar alarm. WA NTEe-Twe canvassers Bakery1. ou" es and In good repair. $35.00 per
S ardes 8L. Phone 225, resi-i wasted; wrill sMight salary to FOR SALE-Horses for Male 1ad l~-o aIonth. D. Hale Wilson. may
plte I7. l Electrical supplies 'the right -m- Adf-a S. Journal for hire. Kentucky Stablesn or. Jeo l il
S in stock. 4junelmo. o ee. MtJnue. fersos and a'Zarragoe t. JeWei
\TED--Tour ectrsc wmorkt aof WANTD- e e4 a *t ssolelltors in !r --- ot4el"Ta IOT
1a Let As cteaS yoer tar, re. every 9sK f astids etwa to write FOR SALA-1 -hole rnse,. 1 o I
S on d-aMdo year w rim. etc. accident 1in H Thornt. door hat air brooder, 1 lot p atrid LOST-Gold shirt waste cameo pit,
< 70. Pmeacols y eetrig.tc Co i GLt Aet Wlty Co.. Cochin Chickens. 1 oysters ba u' between American National Bank
WeO im 1teasdf *and syleB streets. WANTE.* ArW Is nm. either er, w0 foot GAlIS d 0 pPE' P 1and Thlesen building. Reward for re-
g omela white or aleo iectri: Apply to J. o. MLIuer F turn to 1017 N Palatox St., S. F. Fulg-
v*pa s (r n. &hoisting egtm. tly Strattoa Good b.8to. 2Julylw
o.ernof Ice Woa ainmAor Ps side re1 Ad 4ST. -On passenger train, a silk urn.
S..:ed gallon alf ga Any mtte m im a esS. s -2. brella with sver handle, with en-
aotod in ue fo nebr news- B vlng M. A. Hi on handle. Party
p-- aer; iper,,- Ne WORK SAI.--A small a A bo "1 teotg same by mistake in leaving trair.
S- The people P el ---:.eohae. -partieulars. staunch and safe boat in0 ayw w t Pensacola, please return to Mrs. W.
a orryigA. LIt The Jourar Northern Peen Lookeort. Address JouraMice. f. Haman, 411 Cerviates street.
.A alve the peei sor SW N. Y. 1_ aem ade Ulylw.
:cl'e, -a d -'. lme MW c n 3u. -;
-. L:TATE wA3rr*D--3i
u i r four m~w f =
fieres good I NO abeft UM
Vgood faruog AMLMatbe
4~Thos. PMAW, Smama"Ba
& 3voI street Ph.f M awn
"k o0ket phaft
L 94. ACOM &
V~W 22M fL~U
WsAai Peissoob eS f- 7-M
I..Am Vfmfta ba*
k-~tc- sam aeou
a,*Gv oet4rnat aW*Saftlki*s
and OKMot waft GIX d:
Nounle & O.
49m . .ISL
I REAL ESTATE
1 7011 k w that land is the bees
I tl I ealthT. a growing city or
t onostaey invested i land is sure
t mrow. pPe*seOa Is such a city,
a4 yea w 40 well to invest. If you
ot Wish -to buy real estate now,
, LEMO YOUR MONEY
w estate security? We can lend
S moy aon gailt edge security with-
owt' charge to you. We thoroughly in-
vAstigate titles before making loans,
a5. make no leans without ample mar-
at over the sm loaned. We can
S you BIGH P 'R CENT. Let
Yar money work for 7yo.
Colleted sad relitted promptly. Close
attention given to this line.
.Lst our property with us for sale.
LESLIE E. BROOKS
204' 8. Palafox, Fisher Building
Build you a house, I will give you
prices on material. P. 0. Box 288,
Pfie 310. Joel Frater. Yard at Bay-
len Stret Wharf. 30juneln*
I -am prepared to do tuning and re-
pairing and guarantee satisfaction. 17
years' practical experience in th3e
south. J. Conrad Scott. 244 E. Greg-
ory street, PensPoola. 25junelm*
Parties desiring to make the trip up
the sound to Mary ]1sther, anoa Free.
port can get desirable rates on the
steamer Captain Fritz. We make
weekly trips, leaving Baylen street
wharf every Thursday morning at 6
o'clock. Inquire on board Wednes-
day. Capt. J. N. Rogers. 15Junelm*
OOME ANO SEE THE HATTER.
Rats blocked, cleaned and pressed
while you wait Stiff, soft and straw
hats made as good as new. W. Romo.
na street. near People's Bank
B*JULAR MAIL L4E--Good convey
aefo traveling bltc. Daily ser.
vice emah way. rChipley to Bay.
head. Address 3. M. Tuggle, Chipley,
RMAL STA I su Ports of cty.
Topw0_enmd aQd we wlm
ba 7W S0 iong time Pay.
a s D. adle Wla A o
TAlRlN0-3. 1- Diaond, Taor.
soplr a eqer MIce. No. 11C N
Wat eiiE_ m,. ensacola, Fl2
I0 ONE 0 OLLAR AND PITY
O4 rf power ad, we will haul out
de" hbae, ew, tc. Leave orders
at 13 Eat Intic. Herring
J. H. POIRTI, s.alMaker. 71C Sout
PalOX Smteet' Orders take or
test awnin., camp stools and house
cot& ete. Price reasonable. Ua
mom" YTo LUIb-02 go" ralwm
W4 SeemulY. Or40 good co~aersk
at jawest rTo"& Leslie
Flohr bSoudal 4a~
weekly onhear mg--p
M~chAY WAMW. upareale
Wae" or v I ey m YMaea
NM.IS. 4% A16Buyrd, ustai3 g
KON LDNew ?toLan co.. atow
so" ary- an bor ntea
UZ41A~rw aipwft t npMrto lef
doidalo gtst, aNd al knd
st ~tIat low~t 11060oa
.OYo RUCA. OTrATS BOlOWNTIDB P UOM-T ABTMM,
YOUR RItNT OOUIimWID AMl IRFIM V ir I iU V I
YOUR TAXS AND AAte68ENTS GIm PSfT AtNS
I Yol H .OuEe n, we m.. WIUc .r COVBN By "m m.
YOU TROUBLED AND ANCmD BY RIMIfR MT14 M?
YOU TENK!ING Or BUYtING OR SELUNGf
We make a specialty of Real S ette, DRent, Oolret s u, Y In
surance and all matters pertalinin to Real Estate. We ieNIMftiH
aodinit your patronage and guarantee satistactim.
*1i00.00-Fou, cottages on At Grew0y stret; gMod r-tU.
$1700.0-GOmfotrtable one story dwellag froatag Little Bamy;
conveaient to Electric Line.
$12.00.O-story ad half dwelitag, conatnlug 5 roo with a"t"
two acres of land in the city Umitts; near BlectricO Car Mline.
Thos. C. Watson & Co
LEADING REAL ESTATE, RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS,
Cor. Palates and Garden Streets..
For Steam Olvisefm
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TKRMIA
Trains leave Pensacola t r the MU-
Bayou. Big Bayou, Warrl-ngte
Navy Yard, and Fort
Barranas at- .
7:15am ar It. Barraneas 7: V es
t:50am ar t. Barrancas 10:tsam
12:50pm a Ft. Barrancas 1:8M
3:50pm ar Ft. Barranoas 4:0pi.
6:15ppm ar Ft. Barranca 7:
*3:10pm ar Ft. Barrancae :p .
Trains leave Fort Barrancas for
8:0anm ar Peusaeola 8:40fp
:00am ar Pesacola 11:40am
2:00pm ar Pensacola 2:40M
5:15pm ar Pmeasaola 5:6pe'
7:00pm ar Pensacola 7:46M
*9:00pm ar Pensacola 94.pi
Electric car will leave Pensacola
every hour from 6 a. m. to 10 p. *
Inclusive, and Saturday night only at
11 p. m., and leave Bib Bayo for
Pensacola every hour at 7:S0, :^a,
and so an until 10:30 p. m., with th
exception of the flAnt car leaving Peao
sacola at 6 a. m., which will, on re
turning, leave the Big Bay at :.0
a. m, and the 2 p. a. car will leav
Big Bayou at 2:40 P. a.L
The above Is the week day eh-d
which will begin Friday, Ap I 1.
Electric cear wil leave Pensacoa at
7,. 8, 8:60. 9:50, 10:50, 11:50, a. m. a"
12:50. 1:6 2:60. 8:0, 4:50, 5:50, 8. :,
, 9 and 10 p. m., running through to
tie Big Bayou, and Immediately ro
turning from Big Bayou to Palmett@
Beach will await arrival of stea
train from Pensacola and will thea
run to Pensacola ahead of the trit
from Fort Barranoas.
The steam trains will run as at
present, but will observe this olefto
car schedule and will work In comgne.
tUon with it.
Board nmd Rooes.
SUITE OF ROOMS for light" house-
keeping or lodging purposes, 22 .
Garden street, next to Soutboern HRtel.
NICELY RNISM rooms for rent,
with privilege of light housekeeping.
Block and half from Palafox, 219 t.
Government St. 23Junelm*
Newly furnished rooms for 'Ight
housekeeping. Cheap. 310 E. Ro-
mana St. lJunelm
CAMPING iPARTM oan secure ex-
cellent accommodations on Gagnet's
Bayou at Sunnybank fruit and poultry
farm. Finest bathing, fishing and
sailing. Take mail launch Ruth. Ad-
dress Miss Anna Carlen, Mary Zether,
The Capt. Baker house, large and alry,
delightfully located on bay shore, at
FisheVlle, newly painted and paper-
ed. Bathing, boating and fishing.
Terms 17.50 per week. special rates
to families. Mrs. Fanile Rettinger,
Furnished rooms for light housekeep.
ing; Phone 933. 3 rings.
ROOM AND BOARD.-Delightfu lo1
cation on bay shore; boatting bath-
uing and fishing. inquire Of Mrs., C. C.
Herman, at rishejilie. Ijunelm.
FOR RNT.-Furnished room, with
or without board. Comvetiat to
car line. Apply corner LaRua and
10th ave. ajuelm.
FOR RFNT.-Two tarnished rooms
,for rent. Light houskeeplngt01 W.
iPARTIES who wat to rst b"Mue
teams or anything else ftr that
matter will The Journal Wa t
Ads a great help.
FOR RWT-Trwo Vicely furnished
rooms, with hot sad old water
baths and prviege of telephone. Ap-
ply No. 41S West egory atreet.glm
BAY HOTEL-Ope m eight and day.
European plan. ooms light and
clean. Transient tmae solleted, SM-
679 South PalaMt. Ioe. S. jiO as
In re Estate of John A. Brosuabam,
deceased. Notice Is hereby given to
creditors, legatees, distributees and all
persons having clai s or demands
against the said estate to preset them
within two yeam le M. Brosna-
ham, Walker Iagralam, H. A. Brosna.
ham, Executors. June 18, 1906.
In Escambia County Circuit Court-
State of Florida-In Chancery.
James Wilkins, et at, vs. W. A. Booth,
Pensacola City Co, a corporation,
W. H. Davidson, rrtitt Tate, Ad-
ministrator a14d ha at law of Wal-
ter Tate, deceaseds i KIL Uewles,
heir at law of Pter Esowles; Louis,
Boley, Louisville sa4 t"shille Rail.:
road Co.. a corportio. successor'
to the Pensacola Ralltsd Co., a
corporation; A. V. Clubbs, C. B.
*TEAMKR tAU IWMt
FIIaT-CIAS PABARGBR* AU
PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACH$I
COLA, CARRABELLE, ST. AN.
And all points on St. Andir we w L.
Carrabelle and Apalaehlscal
Leave Pensacola Sunday, 8: :1
mn for Mobil
ive Pen T Temday. 1:.
a., for St. Andrews, Millvlle, Ag*:
laclicola, Carrabelle and inatermedl
For additional Iforuatio a
S R. COBB Preusie-
Gen. Frt. and Pam. Act.
-- -- *- - -- - - -
Parkhill, Thomas C. Watson, W.
Anderson, Ale Stoddart, M. T.s
ton, Psame HManes, .estr
Richards, Josephine G. W.
Van aogh ULvinnto an An
Doopu M we. sA7
on Monday e the fourth
tenber, A. D. ms the defea
A. looth, N. Thurston, Flne -
Iainea, Electra B. RKaIBrds
C. W. Terry, VasAoNW 60i
Abida Booth and Alemander
are required t to a t
published one f we*wt aH
consecutive *a It the
ua, Clak Cruuftt COE. By 3l a
ward. D. C
Pensacolak rl., "Jwt, IN 1M
WAS 1w #W&
Ju ly eb-isd-seat Sa Ph
wo bse lulved to -12A,A
'aim o idu-0 2
50 L -'cii
- "A -.
Nerth 7thAW ,* .
a Tv- .
9 ,. ,,-. . ..
NO rH HILL PROPERTY.
Siftx desirable building lot a t
-We aboytadgle Fie. '-
*. .* t
In eery prtcular., both
InsMe and oat. The ear-
aus. are wel proteted.
the ethre trank gbetg
thesaghly braces, tim
emabiag it to withtand
the rough usage to which
trunks ar e subject.
$5 to $15.
Bags and Telescopes from
$S. TO $13.O.
SOwBtwi to Men and Bo
2 wv2&7 S. Pawo.x,
S. .eaa..aaaa::aaa. . eaO
iBnae mcdue& and Sky
Rocket. Celebrate the
'briomu mBrt'" Dscor-
ate the home ad your
10, 15 and
n CENTS A DOZEN.
Also 50 anM 75 ceats and
$1.50 a dome.
235 S. Pald, St.
123 P !
simply needs a compel
son with other waters a
you'll readily andersta
the wonderful strides
has made an being
Wier in Americ.
Inset Upon it! Have
ether. Bleeds admiral
wmk wines and all Uqum
ry It wttk
OLEANEO, BLEACHED AND
BLOCKSE, at the
U rY PARLOAw
a W. GeWAenNt .f
B5i&- i.-5, ^. *
--3.. -. -
NouM Br as. An '^S105i |
.--T ... pla a* l, ella SPort bk, Doml*S -. ,7..i U soe . .e O W -
Mo r ~ -" -p f of be ^11-mo = Ayve. to Pe ns I i
Clawi Padk.... .. Compared.
paid othn dy.& Batiswooa. Br as, Iyn. 1840. Yr
The siim Mtropts Ways-There were oly tmaister fk Grangemouth, with LMR.* -
(ea a ortgalns Mi, aceordln to rema e td iae the U 000 s ft sawn timber, 267S00 s, ft
stret eom.ates w. of the coatltutios, ... l mber.
figure In a case where the mbill is a. Ten clans Pa.SB
leged to be ds4ctve so far as the VaSULtw rd".
journal is coscered? ProtA to Estates of Aassure Se am0p1.
This in a a s"t that layersat I Wherselaims are not01g11*1 6t AlguAteAg as ACOeahTM.
now d1-2me g s ardins tthe Sund5a It Is usually 4dus delay on Uth New York to Gal(t Tr it Co IrA l
ati-seball NIL, Most of the law part of the bMwlrt ry u Anveslo. Br. *. W11as., 15 to O
ye declare t -. ontittion M.rec- mittin compee l t . Bears & Co. id i
agiWMs theJof.al asthe record of 6% o AMOUNT ITAureolatBr Aa. Wlllia 108 M T
the proceedings of the house, and the A DAY. bile to H. Baars & Co. MACHINE, .AND ,
bllts saied by the governor to be Rati of Clai.ms p&d Prw. Brantingham, Br as, Fla e, M18. ORGINGS. MILL AND STAM IP
regular meat celfftwm with ibe journaL miums received ..........a.4 5. As Palmas to Fr. J. Schreyer. STEAMSHIPR PAIR*S A-
If this construction is right, then the pr, .. o as Vt te s. E rswood Br Foy, 1 n o I r to a l ordeL d a .I "A
Sunday baseball law Is not consttu-. of Assured ... .. ..1 Charleston to master. ate 5 o c l rd asM ay
tonal, ad Jsdg Samuel T. Shaylor Goodwood, Br es, Boot. 2313, ftlti- J2ames I s
will consequently so decide.' m0V1,More to Wm. S. Keyser Co. o s1 d rpte. "L ai
If, however, the original bill can be1 Incm oor, Br as, Curts 3078, Nw- O e Phone. L PHIL
considered, and its intentions-and pur castle to Gulf Transit Co. R idefto Phone, l l
poem show that it I in conformity -A A o0 Kydooia, Ger s 16t. K"h6as1 -
with the bill signed by the governor, r Pitch Pine Luaber Co. _
then another phase presents itself,'; T a Romola, Br *a Presant, 1380, NIaelvaS __ _
and the bill may remain in full force T Urpeffn ths to Master.
and effect. Saha.ra, Br wa, Fair, 2664, New Or- Il7lfiII11 IlIShIlliffIlliliI
The Journal says that Representa-! McMl a ll5. 4 leans to F. 0. Howe & Co. I
tive S. H. Melton, of Duval county Mia Sicantaa, Ual as, Bianchao. 2928, Gioo in II cu k d
moved tost.- ri .'ke out hewords.Ju..t l ManufactIrs, o G r.l S ic H e- l .
ror, because on Wednesday. May G0ttali
Mr. Melton made a characterisC Mobile, u u Alp. DnrglobattItlbk e
there wii be no "July 1 1906," in It' Naval Sterel Mlrkel. de rance to Rosaco Bro put your kitchen tdy.
speThe stuatofferen clearly shonamendmews the jou Savanah, Ga., July .-The naal "I Br aKni t o
that the law go nto effect stores arke uly to- a fo ceana Port bk Molldo, 1123,NewCo.
1906." The bill passed n y a vote MU a n Br, Thomas, fo a. Range + a b i Al t o ,.' Ute
passed by the orida legislature. WW ....................t 4.65 to 4.70 Hartle ool. Aia 803A to
; The constitution of Plorida is ex. WG .................... 4 30 to 4.35 ~
to ndth baseball case now ................ 3 95 Efle A. Lee, Am schiner, 41. To hospitals t, not alone cause usts be
ot the state. H ............................. fr 70 as to J. GenoA. Merritt o Br. emergencies, but ecaus Ca
wyers for W. C. W esreident G .............. .............. 3 oc Julia A. May, GaHonduriano sch769. Scott such dlict dishs Bett
of the baseball association, who i Naval S ............................. 3 74, Ruaan to Rsastco Bros.
charged with violating this law, in E ............'................. 3 5 Lasel Am sch Reynolds, 1225, Bal- -
their motion cleto quarlyshows the ind ourtment, Savannah, Ga ............................. 3 3 ore to master
alleged other rrelaries and de- C ............t.t......i ... e Magnolia, Am sch, Hoeusemansle t, Pas-, e
pared and the baseball case now in .........................3 95 Ef e A. Lee, Am schooner, u t. To
court presents a very fine question K .........................3. 3 mt -er Li_ _____----r___________
whichlievolve s o the consitutionl law; e ......................... 3n75 Harry W:Lewis.Br sen, o279, Matan- YU
of the state. Ha.............................3 79 zas to J. A. Merritt &Co.
Lawyers for W. Cn. West, president ess and aid rendered in searchinC .........................3. Julia A. May, Hondurian sch. Sr 8t.
of the beforbale Judge Call tion, a wrt for the....... bodies of our drowned c 74Navaire to master.
habeas corpus in the hope of hatin ren and in the t ympaethu shown ine 8J:l s,
chJdarge d with violating this law, e our .........................3eaveL e, Am nch, Ret. Tonolds, 1225h, al-
their motion to Quash the indictmen, a'oD .t kn.........................3 30 t etomater. to master.
alleged other Irregularities and de- aC....................... X a Magnolia, Am sch, Houseman, Pas-
fecns. Itmay befthat Judge Shaylor,o Spirits Turpentine, 51o o cents.e cagoula to order. Y O U R M O N E Y .
Loverswil the game are still n l be under lasting relations and A rtfeltORIDA SSTORY
vision, AVERY LAW TO BE oaie.that they kinay d neer o117oee s Liverpool to master.
Di lf^ \ THOMAS .. SAFREZ, Rattler Nearly Fourteen Feet Long 1tul to good health R
RIGIDLY the attNFORC D Mr. W nes and aid rendeOA REZd in searching. With veyo, Rattles Killed in
JACKSONVILLE OFFICIALS WILL WA H"oT e" "R "
SEE THAT "JIM CROW" MEAS. Jo:hnso hleft last t oNew O Probasblb te t .yOU arct SUe it is gO.|
habeas corpus in the hope of h lvinZ, ren and in the symp ethy shown in;
URE IS FULLY he o days o asad pleb ure tri. o all such we oed from Levy county,
snake was kwill be under lasting igaions and Aed a day or two ago by C s
WHAT CAU t thES DANDRUFF. in the woods ear Gulf Hammock. It f R sted C
The J.eksoeville Times-Union o, Greatest European Authority on Skin and had 36 rattles and a button. The "
The Jacksonville Times-Union o Di. battle were sent to the Valdongta to gotaath
Saturday say[: What is known as the Leases, ays NO ts a Grm. Times. The rattles alone measureId
Avery law, separating the races on The ola' idea that dandruff is scale. 8R inches. The skin of the snake'
street cars, according to the prove s-of skin thrown off, through a feverish has been stuffed ants will atlo be ship- N e w S rle n f
JACKSONVILLE OFFICIALS WILL W. H. .ractgoes nto effect this condition of thue scalp Gi s exploded, ped there..
morning, and the officials of the street Prof. Unna, Hamburg. Germany, E- A number of years ago a rattleake W
car company stated yesterday that ropean authority on skin diseases, snake t as killed on Anastasia Island, are sure it is goo
the law would be enforcedULLY says dandruff is a germ disease. The near St. Augustine, which measured 9 Pho 50. AS McHUG
The law makes sna a misdemeanor for germ burrows under the scalp, throw- feet in length and had 27 rattes.o ago by e McHugh
any conductor and other employee an ing up little scales of cuthoritle, and ca- That reptile s kept in one of the '
charge of the street cars to fail to ping the vitality ofn rattles were sent totheCity andta .
enforce the law. Conductors are The only hair prearaton that kills was heralded as the largest rattlesur
given powers of poaratingce to carry out dandruff germs is Newbro' Herpide ever seen i n Florida. But it loonake!
the provisions of the law. and author- "Destroy the cause you remove the like a babe's plaything by the side of ,. f
ity to eject from the street cars any effect." Not only cures dandruff, bdt the Levy county monster.--Jackson
who violate the provisions of the law. stops falling hair and permits a luxu ville Metropolis. l 4 I1* I** " 1-1- -
The street car company has the law0 riant growth. Delightful hair dreming.a
posted irning, all of the street cars with Sold by W. A. DAlemburg. te, drmanygit Knight of Pythears ago a rattle-
Thea paragraph underneath the full text and apothecary, 11 8. Pscalax street, Pnlensaola Lode No. 3, K. of Prattles.
of the law. requesting whites to oc- Pensacola. Fa. a en1' 0c. In stamps
cupy the front seats and colored pas. for sample to The Herpicide Co., De-
sengers the rear seats. There are to troit. MXich.
be no division of the cars by screens ___
or otherwise. The colored passengers
are to have the same accommodations
as the white passengers, and are to be
treated Just as courteously as the
white passengers in every way. So t
far as closed cars are concerned the
colored passengers are to have the ad-
vantage, since they are to have seats
nearest the entrance and exit of the Men cks
cars. The law will do away with
white passengers standing on the rear
platform of the cars. -
Will Be a Boyoott. at
It is understood that there Is to be
a boycott of the street cars by the
colored people, but it is believed that I
this will not last long. The colored- 10 W
people will soon see that there is noth-
lag unjuet in the law. and that they Have made hundreds off
are to ie on the same footing as the friends. Tey are so
whitee Peopmuch better than ttMose
A i-e &MMOO you usually by for this
South Africa Is the s of a spees amount that t Is little
wonder we sel so a uy,
of earthwermi, a emat ureelosely m- of them. re thing ap-
lated to ow emes agleworm, who plies them. ou h
Is mot only a giant among the deniemas
of the olt but whW Is reputed to Snr ni9VWt.
have a -t for rnema blood. There
are two SpeciesoP th muncany wI at 25 aid 50.
gbe--om af dark red color and e0
other almost black. They are nl er a garment. Wlty good
than oe' fines per and from thee to values.
Her Mthea-It you arry m ta a yoe
use4daneer espetameltoecomeftoas W
nYOUr-esto Why Pay ort?
Dmught--WUl ye pt that lat.
"Wbat a r
"* wantiop-re t ae _& a wed-
an you aa Mso mm
CAM -f I
night, July 3 at 8 o'Clock.. A very tm*r
will hold regular meeting Monday
pcrtant meeting. Every member re
quested to be present. Installation of
officers. Members of sister lodges
and visiting brethren cordially invited
H. C. VON WERDER, C. C.
H. HORSLER, K. R. S.
ALL CHILDREN, UNDER 12
YEARS WILL BE ADMITTED FREK.
INCLUDING RAILROAD FARE, AT
THE MAGNOLIA BLUFF PICNIC,
Whem eat Wert rakmewo ,
In ancient days hats were unknown,
men having hoods attached to their
outer garments, which they wore or
discarded at pleasure. Stow, the olM
historian, says that nobody wore a4-"
thing else exeapW the lord mayor of
Lopdoa, who sometimes donned a bat
on state occasions. In the reign q
King Henry VII., he says. the citlm s
began to wear "*it caps knit of wool-
en yarn, black, but so light that they
were obliged to tie them under their
chins, for else the wind would be gase-
ter over them."
Detkh byr LoItery.
UAmng other coaOIications of C(-
ae law and Its execution is a nqa
and rather racy method of dealing wia
prisoners by lottery. Once a year the
vermUlla pencil of Imperial t-athcrty
1p waved over a chart on which tle*
names of convicted criminals anre wrt
ten, and those whichb it inludel la a
haphasard sweep are executed ftor*-
wilth. The west are either reprieved U -
to-eher or Mer executlom are POW
peoed for another year.
Defr Pop," wrote the boy.-ea OW
art eaeoot, "dN't send me any aW
amemey. I hve saved half Oat
ris set me laat moth" -*
7", 'r on'-3- l e di
^ ,..^;M .^---*- ^*^M
'-w R -1.PZ$
hyntlet us sureon
rerythlug to counectaaumv* homes
d Eety eompetltloo.in.'
In URORIM. 29H.
'NO.It PALAFOx sTREaT.
Own now-* ft I amd 2te
LAW, MAI~L 810eff LAMS 'A
ascot"" PI al o" a
x Wima D. A na
c~w 4 affteWaft
.me S.- RIIdPbutm ~UL
Ltm 0. am""U10"006P, N. it
011w i X& 1%..& kPbloftz. Pnow
08" w* 1bew. GOpAD U a A6a
CENTRAL TSAS COUNeCIL
There ulli ea u ad wo hi
daysat sek 1W XML All
jelegate. t e rGWWM to X
SUL IL4W. Murns,1
W. 16Ma T PWe~dd=L
.pwmmmesm L~A&3a.K.at ?
=800 .vM~ly sMj* at 1: I
at b&Ico t6e= I aNK
Wistem u3~WPaaufx sam
'arnsm ated&a "wbrdmS
ML.0. m wv LC. Ca
IL M3L I SEL &AL
-em lAiUS 24L
Of Xof P, uno= gvu7
4%wdm ewinats t3:11
ofte I Uhe lga(
b" ImK lau
*sum udm ub
eve wineS palarm a
eft"M areets kBOhIt NO
A A ~mc
Q I. AVY. x ofkX&aSI
Ka5ob of Celumbmu
4~ me~tlat be
X8140ts of ColnuiW
anheld at their hOW
cis otreit, on awiy
~ 1:30 docL As bW
JOHN a. JoNq,
MDI. YOX. Grnd- KaUX
Pain s.~Na.4o L 0. 0. P.
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loss is score uap to the agpount
of fire crackers.
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C|eLS #AD TH WEST OF IT WITH
- A s WSKs PUZZLES-FRAW-
CES mILL WINM THE JOURNAL*S,
Puanle Army covered itself with
this week. Only eleven failed
I *: oam of the two quotatuons oor-
* ad very few missed the tr1t.
th second seems to have been
. :r ua-iliar to a large number.
a.d is =re lamilliar to the girls than
.. boys. apparently. But the boys
-etter lookout or an unfairi" git
Fraces Hill. 416 N. Palates ctty. is
ueied to the silver dollar this time
sid Is levitA to call for it at The
The crret answers to last week's
pusles et as as fulw:
CAe~ust Jsae m2
'LUeair fa the head that ws the
-Nonp but the brave deserve te
The low ing boys and girls e In
Corveft Avwere Saveiw
S: w 11 1ie0, city.
MW ,wa. e.Stp <.
Ci.ra Freuhel. lty.
ItAl WalNr, city. TO
\' inea Walker, dty.
Errward M. Freealt P. T. CO.
Shwin Ia tril tr~cb~ :re tR. tro t t* ,I d toil what they.are?
THE BOY 8GI4RL WHOSE NAME IS DRAWN FROM THE CORRECT ANSWER RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE BY NEXT'THURSDAY NIGHT,,THE JOURNAL WILL GIVE A
,, C .V basis the eOewiM ta I
S ia Ber. C r. Sce by the'-- e Wo found of late that no further attention can *.................... -........ .......... I ........... ... .... .......... have been subjected.
o B a rsa eftR. them. Howevr a seemed lit cme be paid to them. I came toPenseoto a tbr
-:d 1W a. city. from them a *bath are 0. L The Journal is glad to receive an- erbockers, twemty4a u.
I Bihaer, dty. Correct asewe were reeeved ta swers from Palers everywhere and eot waI then bM
-*a T e, city. thetBowl tbet as "ey were oC will see that every reasonable precae-f 8.000 In p opdtin tinu e vsanea
ll Tarp. erty. addressed to e .-Ps-W tey ot tion is taken to get them promptly to t yellow a t er
a-ne ~Ur r cit. cato the-bu si m M t," wh* the Pusle Editor, but the Pussere lumber market in t.emotd; i .
Ppe Ca, 1s2 lt Ave., thpeole 3an ameortol thea mut do their part. They are. nt a Ish business jast a its a
'eae os r t g e--tl-dW _ ..*e more anxious to get at slpery old then oer
ar-ia ov Bes. city. K_. a -i --r al.ukr" than The Journal -..tougve Kt' S. Mu ichael. fUf s 1ve secod" bialt qi itd trnd o as: R
h "hae"rmeU itY -Ia to themne fBut the P ussee or y l a one on the o0utC dzzept t5iraI
-o Lee itana Pite y. t t S.. pesimply deployed to tad ie hases ur-First m to the town and dem p te
'.Hihood. S-iitv. ,. Sie 1 m the Paa. oep le Boh t The Journal Beo folius. ITe Joue rnle l
^ vR.i riKT -11 a&,3-SlWa 0et re et ti l t otea In tha t week d W -,t-. --- Chase street. ... .,. oo 0t T- S ___ _
L" atv Bre aot cr .Ca.te X .te- honor litd- o when. Put a busy mle" opens th a lot of Maddressaes Chrch-irt rst Batist urch-e F. Jones mntendent. Preaching at 11 a. m. A andre i8 et o tat iee d e
,D&.ggneretn ctyh "P selsatralt Ptaeola. letters toA nd that a num r of th 6:30 a. m.; last mass, 9:30;vespers m oo a odlly inva,:.ted.- t.on ta wo e r S
D r y 4M." are intended for "the Puzzer" he cl ock. H ^ . e ............ ........ ... ,- -"
Hill .tyc .Indian" Pete onlts the "U" and simply lays them aside and gives hin St Joseph's Church-First mans, 8MMdy sobol; *at 10 a. Fretd Christ in. o eat laS^ rssoo
Fann icttR Jhnoton cltv lesthe ead whee ad. tc. attention to those intended for him 6:30 a. m., laec st mass services a t 11 S" ndh t irst Ohr' ta Church-Corner Al. progress and prospt. U a
Grd t-.nS Mal / '.-t--- Mi"- Jeanetote.Creoabyreotes it "Un- forgetting aI about the PuzNle answers, pers 6 o'clock. s ait and Geo street. Sunday thosm mind torif w
Gea ha ER elschkase. c rti easy is the bad etc.. but she goes on frequently till too late for that week. . Baptist. school 9:45 a. m. Jno. P. Rossauper- r nees l, oe
NlerredeB Hatton, BayouGrante. the honor list. Put "Puzzle" on the address. Episcopal. prt Baptist Church-Ret P. Joned intendent. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 owwa qcee b
.rar Cahn. city. "Jtimie Heart" ote it Uneasy Chrit Church-Rev. P. H. Whaley. pasto. Prudayschool at9:. m n8 m..Prm..n atet8Tro'e- cks l tio
- .l, Johs n. city 'Ilea' the *hend whose conscience AD.EE.PIRIR WE NG : Rector. Regular services at 11 D mBegs, iseei tn oetdee thSu nbeay v tod attend 1:
'rence Natalie Roberton, War weighs- ton* Correct Jaes. G M N n. and 5:45 p. m. The pastor b ciety p.m.; B. Y. P. U. 7 p.m. ttl
ret S undusty. c. eSacola Joienal O WLEDIES~I AT IF NIK t wil ab tRev. Mr. Stevens of Mobile, W till church. A. Cottrell, Ch s.aid their a
",rrdrWt Saunduwl. city. PeuIawola jou kp ne.. .... I did WE.UAT/RI I AK will ooleate. .pastor. Preaching at 1".a.m. and Ihe Christian SIn hd hr ith n tecri o e
a i.sarwell. city. r alt bl St atharines-Cervantes an7:4 p. m. Prayer meetingThursday meeting Bunday at te asoni Te- on the PeSa
.a Lischkoff.city.l ot thinkhaboutbow m wou ld....r..op U. vis streets. Rev. Andrew T. Sharpe rec- at 7:80 p, ,. -pie at l1e. m. The Wednesda n, a .. .
an,! MeCskil, preeort P. I have no oer e C M. Popular Couple Un ited By Rev. W. tor. Regular services 7:30 and 11 a. mast NM Mislion-S.- Y. Ptts, pas n g will be at p. n^ leasable w
,'& Reed. city. GaYeer, Mlto., M. F. Wagnec* at the Baptit m. and 4 p. m. Sunday school 9.30 a. to: preaching Second and Fourth an sll in w] Peo ca
-Cie Rleed.c ity Your list mu very p haW written Chu .in. AX welcome.' Sundays In each month at 11 a. in. Pro-m-teria. an sm se t o .wh, r
:I Gla kmercity. c ler, ed cil s esy Church. St. John's Church-Warrington. Rev. and 7:30 in Sunday school every First Pr ytes Church-Rev. o
i4, F Koch. fy. of the Peueil U RweoMeP- A. T. Sharpe. minister in charge, Sunday t1a. m. Drew Rails,. Su-.ju.a. S. Sib a.
Ki, Sn aletl t haks yec mand M .t s you The following account of the mar- Evening prayer and sermon, 7:30 p. m. perintendent. prayerr meeting each Lool 9:8 a. m. Christian Endeavor m es msed
r. Killebw. it wil be aS ra l, a may r riage of Miss Litnda Parish and Mr Mhodt Tuesday night at 7:30. Prayer meet. 6:30 p. m. No preaching services to- I am notan anardat, am
v. Clke, city. Nmerousawrs receive a atte Charles Chandler is from the DeFu Palafox Street Methodist Church- u a Woman's Hmome each Third d day. school t the toddrt A
arrw, city. tion because they ae et written on a Breee. The young couple are Rev. B. C. Glenn, pastor.. Regular ser * nue Missionat4p.m. p ae wt
Barrow. city.. t, e "Copo An .swer well known in this city and vicinity: ices a 11 a.m. and 7n30 p. m Sui- .Lutheran Church. superintendent Al re cordially aton R to
Hernandez, city. Others are misdirected so that it is L he wedding at the Baptist church day school 9:80 a. m. J. N. Andrewn, German Lutheran Church-R av J. vited. too naralw aait o amh
Manri Bell. city. net always the fault the postal ser- last night of Miss Linda Parish and superintendent Epworth League 6:30 Ger hal t, patoheran Chu rman sev. bred.
Hrnandes, city. v but som m w l Mr. Charles Chandlee was the attrac- p'GsleAn Str Methodi hrh- vice 10:30 a. m. Vestry meeting at Salvation Army. arecaufttly ande sod
S* r 4l. city. "ptmelae late jrnaL wha e th iOn that fied the church until stand* Preachng atre a. e hod h h close of German service. English ser- Services every night at 8 o'clock na their fSal aioed
S:.,a DeLay. city. p eat Jw e Ha ng room was at more than a premium. Preaching ator,11 aRev. F. A. Rogerand 8 Sun by vice at 7:30 p. m. No Sunday school the tent, South East Corner Seville I ag t an t ,M t _
R aurres. city. have een wn Handsome decoration of white and the pastor, ev. F. A. Rogers un during July and Aulust, square. A cordial invitation to all Is but I l to deam
Rice. city. forgotten tor sewr da .- green in the hands of friends of the day school 9:30 a. m. Epworth League Scandinavian IAtheran COhrch- extended. Riohard Norris captain in whsch wi be, etn
.i n D. Robinson. Cenatry, Fla. 1e sure to t the W "Pa le" in brie, had made the edifice a bower of .._, Servioes at 10:30 a. m. and 5 .m, charge. watchword here, _,es ag
arker Bagn. city. the addrea, w. beauty, the chief feature being a can- ,Reeds Chapel-Rev. Geo. W Car" Rev. HoHe, Pastor. . womea tchae
.-. Shackleford. city. i cpy in frot of the alter under which center, Pastor-Services every rst l * First Churgh of Chrlst. of their .ess
ram. ce ty. c the bridal couple stood while taking Sunday at 11. in. by the pastor; un Church o Christ. First Church of Christ-Service at and pa6'nd
. OrtNr.. city. F thPe Tows that bound them together for s ointenrdent. Church of Christ-Corner Alcaanl 11 a. m. Sunday school at 10:15 a. m. t eh '1r. Pe ms
,..n. cidty. Or if _vOn pot w in Pen, b,- Muscogee Wharf Church-Rev. Geo. and Jackson streets. Bible school 10 Services will be held in the Penala
a ohty.- Or if yn poWth m in Pen P Jreceded by the ushers. Messrs. W Carpeter, Pastor-Servi es every a.. pr ngat a. m.. d bLrary bin onr t hase sree. tres by s
Brent. city. co addr Jewell. K. R. Patrick, J. M. Flourno rt and third Sunday at 7:30 p. m., p m. rayer meting Wednesday Services will be held at p. m. We- ch are o
S.city. l th matrons Mrs. Hattie anrddre of ducted by the pastor. Sunday night at 7:45. needy at the same placeao of .
Taylor. city. ity. Chipley, a sister of the groom. and *is now ony a t
.Y and M Swaine, 402 putting a two-cent stamp a, whether Mrs. Lena Henry in white .po- t-
r have lost their ast milled in or out of FeP ola d"esprit over liberty satin and .I- --iv--h.. .......,......,-- -t
they were picked up oa There have beae a Maay msdtrct. lowed by the bridesmaids, Misses Jes- g. le t B mL
1 brought to The Jouratl ed and "Due 1 coatm e a= sr received ale M C@1I, Callie Landrum, Jennie A h/tita i KS T Te b/es of re Coanty Editor is, c a u'ht
.... ,,-or to Th- and a Nobles inwhiteor-, Multittudinous Troubles of re Country Edator Erd,
--<1 g"andie an4 carrying open tans, march- to ,tteeadro b(t a very A
Id down the side aisles, while the appsetle his e If W
,..bride, beautifully attired in a creation JAPER BANNER OF UBERTY. sme hea is the Mtrya.
A NPSJI'E I A /V. l ?J> atm/PF No chiffon over silk adornedwithiie, uneuOt bell, be M
P "U.ZZLE A N S W E R o the valley and carrying a shower'-,. ------- 0 -- 0 i t-----S*-- -- l,* tl ,
bouquet of the same fragrant fl wers o m o ., i aay"ito lat 040
U -mZ a s91 B e M an the arm of the groom, marched Every business has its drawbacks it mattorm not how! tthful the arti- and then his "newsy" paper begins to on g bre, Sx4 sL
A* WasNg- hM M W Iwim 1 1. m down the center aisle preceded by and its pleasures, some businesses cle may be, that saime gentleatan will dwindle, the usual remark ie: "I.'
EX1" 1 the little flower girls. Nanle PearlI more than others. Every trade has rise up and call him the prettiest played out." The truth of the matter
E - Cawthon. Bthel Padrick. Stella BUrkeS some commendable and attractive fea- names that sou.d so good that they Is, he has tried his bet to thruleh a /TIMN C NT
An^er 0 *l s &and Marie Flournoy to the altar whert tares and each trade has features thet will give him a feeling of pleasure good paper and got no encouragement. wu IUN
Sana fie ft f in ain W Rev. W. F. Wagner pronounced the are not so attractive. NJaety cases that Is equal to having he lilch cow His correspondents would not wrte.
eeremomy. out of hundred a man In one trade "Jab" you one In the mouth and then News was scarce and h a readers A haldao e a gld w
i immediately following the n believes, or tries to believe, that the pacify your feelings by spilling the didn't give him a lift b> telling Ita be gsea tM e Xamtla
the guests repaired to the Bws an of the other trade ha? the easiest contents of the milch pail upon you. what they knew of ,ae ceatten hapi Jl 4th, 1 te ost pIa y
iHome where ai reception held job. t we are of the opinion that And he's.made a life-log enemy, too. opening. They d"n't cal hi. m up over 4 in the city, ad the
.anw the dainty refreshmetnts when a man takes upon himself the It the article was the solid truth, told the 'phone and tel hin who was visit- the votiga eoatest wff be m
taered n tho e elegant style fr +Wc self-imposed task of editing a country about the rascally act -pt some one, ng then. who was sik, who had ethe Uned C d o 1
that program was o notdeed s. aa weekly, be his readers ever so enlight- those who would be directly benefitted for a visit, and because he da't get of Mercy. V Ote ar me
al program wa render ed or ignorant, he's got the hardest by the exposure of the deedi rarely it they call him everyriag besMes.each. The votes last n
pal o- i,..n g ..m, ave sad "rockiest" road to travel from then ever appreciate the article enough to "dearly beloved." W did they e- aow e the
foThs.( or .... twher ba itqsi until he retires or some one "pats him renew their sl2criptiopa. pect him to ad out Ba these th Igs? ag. lnm Ba ...,.......
tN isw2 il~o_ btendrered,, an .' o out f business," of any man in the It is not always so, but it is usually He's no magici a. Then we fo mx as S.lb .....* .,
tion wL beitena=re it 41 elvlHtsed world who tries to make an the casef that a paper is what its read- sends him a fooltsh munu-etam, gg t Gold .......<>
oseoft miegro'as t g' honest living. era, frie an patrol make it. It and became he dMn't prit it their M ee .....t.
i "!^.the gro has a h e His labors never end. His work Its is is th&a power ~ every community to another enemy. Bom., ab ag sn ...u...
wbre ther cOgr tie s-ame old thing with alurtag have a wideawake, useful sends i his oumldeam ....s.,
Seir g peopects of promotion. If he writes and e er. 0 core, late, andt t i .......
At the- I ne .Br.l.t.T.e' atle that a6 his readers, it the is. .this rle, and papW" ge t s Ma *.....
N a m b 6o aneperfec1tly alrrtt ansd _nothing e Ise tbhate-Nt too bobrrr" pondB e sah anIn Mtt......gt
| Name .-n s -agic- 4i" +h b g2 -su about IL "t him publ"tas sad, hi r overd m e-at to .lear why I t.ag t h' '* "'. B a-
In-aw tbat4 9asart hit the ruany hipSAt i 4 good -. e&
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SELVES AND POUAIrY Be.
FORE GOOD CAN B AECOM
Editor Pensmola JburaL:
Sinoe the publications of 0my coma
nication appearing in The Jouga of
last Thursday, I have been a ti
Inflicting an mewr at :ta
upon poor wdebnmseibm a ft
cola. I hawe e eo wneagag
being a "aookes" 4a
dangerom tdlvlag baona gM
to the olumnas at a MfiL| -I a.
Mpawe, and of er e
ad l5nlkm. Asa
1 have 'but to o 1e a 4 f
their aa5aemnaa; I a&M ==a
my 0i..>ak-flan ccuilnoed
tions at suascaiepoint a
free thenelvs t a* m
of noBngeeos a"4 l a*
*So Abfielst PBUMfdM-no -d
its osummail a
system of modern lM-USe -A ap&
date Mes, so ney to soup
buildingg of y aft
Not one of a=I sbw hIsad Sm
hardihood to Me u bela
my diagbois of Peaaien -
on the cntnry, th1er w me ts
that particular, una 'or
fore the mere at that I ujreo
the temerity to gIve pmStl* to ao*
ditlons for which my icOs O ro S m
responsible than am I, #bMa&-e aly
j SCJCJTh PEOPLE AND> EVENTS Ca, C^
-.- =By E. N-W . ..p. No. T -- H qe and Else
a P.oA,-rJ*URU AA-ono4 Anb -, 0 8-1 04 to t t.he
All Fa mAsslTu IST sR. -cat. ,rks, from May other we.re
__u BpTi e N6.o. 4 lRabthome fr I MN fS they have had a ee time eajoyln
ai .... ste held Its Mrsnt puble l tal both fresh sad sal t water Mla
tio ld ewly elected ceaers to S under bostlag and sUrf bathing.
the K. of P. hall Friday ni1kt. .Th 0 USE The Mobile ldes will be the guests .
RemO d |a oeean was atteded b 50K gaets, of Mrs. Price ftr some time.
in one U-w S^ piesf l eve T I N eLtA Miss *-a li, of Greenville, Ala .,
-eeuted in a betal THE COMPLEXON SSETIPIER ezpeetat to arrive In Pensacola In i
Vedb *'The program wa arranged. *ew da Ta visit to Mrs. John Wyiq U VdI rntI1A IB tAIJ,
Tie geata Klgtsand 8istera, being and to Mry bn B1g Bayou.
AAIL d. followed by the Grand ofefers, to 'Mrs. L aSdesuelmer who Was
take pat were: calledd to the bedside of her son In At-
THE PERFECT BEAUTIFIER. P. C.--4rm. Clara Hlllard, Install- lanta has returned to continue her
SP Il g ocer. vlt to her dauMhter Mrs. L. Mayer,
AB P. .s t al8y b a.."A 8. R.-rs. atte Neville. G.i. he Mr ol has suecently convaleced
al fbm es rues b wrl, -. G. S .-Mrs. F. M. Williams. b to go to the mountains. -
| i me esmar Oe. h a w G. n M.-Mru. Anna Wicke. en b Xs.
I.nsOnleowiy o" era The low oers were oeally AlA Mrs. L Sullivan who has been
seas aetA. et ee sd pa. laistalped: g7 spending the past year with her u. ugh.
*.^*S* S" n-*, s -a.: a P. C.--Mr. Sylvia steward. ter Mrs. IL 8. Stelnmeyer, left Fridayy | <
m "tis .MesnImas~~El -. .-Mrs. J. rodeeniqulatleAla
sad 5 s s e t. eJ.-rs. Tillel Deara. geMiss Wilip Wood has returned fromt
** **** ***a T sue" KU P p -. alit to be-mister Mrs. John CrearyO
M. R. C.-Mrs. I. M. Smith. a on Big Bayo n.
i. of F'.-Mrs. Mary C. Oerting. SATINOLe - ue, -.< guar-
P. of T.--Mrs M. V covich.. anteed, and soey refunded if it falls Mrs. Carroll White and dasught r
o eTG. T.-Mrs. J. S. Palliam. to remove the-worst case of Preckles, Ussle are dt the city guests of Mrs. n In"A
TEA The crowning of the fflcers was Ml Pim.d TanI vr St Sllowne ss Gorg Hoffmatn who hcs returned
,4uto t aa t feature of the evening that was Bag- l ac.chea,'w.an ote'r skiner-. fTom a visit t, ,o friends in MobIle, all!
I R. ERRY CHMCAL 0, aIcet. At the sound of the trumpet tion in days-leaves the skin clearK being home for the O. R. C. picnic. .
.. ..work o which are placed wreaths of meis vsat lf e Miss a Fe O PEN A LL N IG H T
-b y Scrowns for the newly elected officers, C0 Auhei M ller wam e ihLey cv e
colors of the various officers found In wCith"tAu 10.Fam. de inta.e Mrs. M. A. Vincent of Apalachicola,
heiaLmn the results of Snola. lOf eers is expected to arrive Thursday on h a i be In II_
h Plots ald her four sweet faarnes p r, .. a u S Iit to her daughter Mrs. Annie A
or n .ad he fosweet fair" s noa i the only one 1 have found toD
entered touching Pn svaSw musai.tMwa positively remove freckles sad. cles-aDoolty
r ed Mrs. i ete oplexion. One of myfrlen.o
srstrum when the calcium lights of ce S- ad $1. 00 by leading drug- w'll leave Tuesday for a six weeks
edifaereSt colors were exhibited. mak- giqts or mal., rest and recuperation, going first to
Sa tableau that was grand and beau- National Toilet C., Paris. Inn. Sold Washington. Ga.. and then to visit
a WtifuL The o1eers were all attired in Pensacola by all eadin dealers. their old churches in South Carolina. e
white representing one of the mystic ,__ .I
lades of the order PuMrity. The Fourth at Bayou Texar--or
SMr. Hery Hortler made the address Cablegrams from the uropean rather at Bavvlew Park-promises to
of welcome, and the addresses made by frnads and innumerable hanaosome be one of the most delightful attrac-
W wlW S S Meesrs. J. Wolte. A. C. Blnkley, J. presents were received tons of the nation's birthday. .... "
IseKGBJ ulim teW. Bllard' D. A. Lee, T. F. Wrighton. Mr. and Mrs. Rolfs left on the mid.- ... _........ut--
Sand J. D. Gos were Interesting and eight train for a leisnrely trip to New Mr. and Mrs. N. McKenzle Oerting Bedo Blount, Frederick Blouat, Ralph
o well reolred. Bep.onses were made York via. Atlanta, Washington and left Saturday noon on a visit to Mrs. Fisber, Dudley Hunt and Herron
Eby Mrs. F. M. Smith, Mrs. M. Corteny Philadelphia. whence they sail Jnly 6, Oertin's relatives and friends in Den.- D'Alemberte left Friday for Gagnet's F W HAV IT, I T IS THE icT.
0ad M. E. C. Mrs. Liaie Horsier on "La Gascogne" of the Champagnie ver. From Denver they will go to Bayou, where they will spend a week
fa .o i oud Mi Wilkermon delighted the audience Generale Atla.tique for Havrre, ana Colorado Springs, Omaha and then to in camp. i f t
16ra lf 1 with a pretty recltation. Mr. Horsler thence to Par s St. Paul and Minneapolis and will I M A eD AT 10 iu
S1 _as t t_ h r od behalf of Magnolia Temple extend- rom Pars thevisit other tterest. spend some time at Bear Lake, the The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.-
I t t C ew to all grate al thanks for the at- i points in France then up the summer resort near St. Paul W..R. Fell will be happy to learn that -
S tendance and requested all to take Rhine to Switzerland. through Ger- she was able to sit up yesterday for *
at fCC d U Me part in the closing ode. any. Lake Lacerne, the ATps via. the Mr. and Mrs J. C.Beck JTr and son the Afrst time after seven months of edt t mo
M. t C. Mrs. Horsier requested the Creat St. otthar. rsaiway.. tien to of Miami, Fla., are spending Sunday illness. SI a._- ., ..
etions m Aeests to remain seated while refresh ilane Genoa. Rome. then to Gibraltar with their mother Mrs. J. C. Beck Sr. S LLR. CL AR JUST
ments of ice cream, lemonade and through Spaln and thence to New and their* sisters Mrs. R. S. Cromer Mrs. ura Walker, formerly of WE HAVB ALL BRAN .
Stkes were served a' to make them- York via. te Adore sla da asking and family nd Miss U Nellie Beck, Pen .but now of Mobile i. in the OF WHEAT, 8HARE4 O WHEAT,
A s L eve at bome,. together tone of the most. eocanting en route to Canada for the summer. city visiting her son Mr. W. C. Walker. QUAKB1 OAT"
|||| le0 t sa now with song rejoice tours a bridal cple could enoy. AP RALSTONB0AeAT
V i t uon, as one voce Aallofmsh aoddit o eo s.la Mr. and Mrs. H. H. D'Alemberte Miss Kate Morrison has returne4I C CKED PEARL WHEAT,
a tl that cited, any we all, Niun a wtle fa.ourney, MP1a R.ols have moved to 07 West Chase street, from a pleasant visit of two m ths to .
SOb e fg d rty's call, will have the a Uatal i ure of where they will hereafter reside. her brothers and sisters 4 Argyle ald -lah O
"ts th v Togerther strLe, as Sisters true meeting many her hust rela- Deutiak. She Is Daccompl by.m 9
aoff.rmetyHrirrm adetsneead tress and he thfrosthe rr at ofyvlew tixodu. to
meadt r eng his lovely Ameran bride. Mrs. Rufu-- s --ers has gone to s..en.. Mer nephe r s, Mr. Mal I ma .
W .B r .D a weekT n u m amM with heMr dauster Mr. John Morrison-
wpo di neso sr. a n. Wo a lPhau yoovMer78 and 480 7t
b ANNOUNCM MENTS OUT. McDAVID-ALXwhND ai gau sn a visit. -Mis Virginia Ijde and Miay Marl-"."
nd. M y finds in ths city have re- WEonDNG THg MORN6ft G, v anna McGraw have gone to their
i *= cm ,,e- -- -- cedved the following announcements: There will be a quiet tome wedlng 'Mr. Neal Brock of Chipley, nh., who .ose am .North Albam. afr a de-_._.._._
WUt4t a ep Mrs. Martha iA. Han ing thief morning at the resldee :of Mrs with his sister Mrs. D le of Hager- nghaul visit of two months with MIs r
am eaounces ghe marriage of her A. U. Mcfavid 17-
Grace of people. not .only ia this -lty but avenue and ervantes, left Friday for fall.
rOC L C M Hs r to throughout the -state .a4 la adjoining home. Mrs. Dudley remains for an dayI DlsI
rea ig ut, tn rlnOUaOtg ltr W. Jon e states where the bride's family Is well extended st.Mr. William Hts has returned m LA I
ColorU on Wednesday, the twenty-eighth of known and l Mghly cowteetd. A from a delightful visit to relatives ln i UWW
So Junle Rev. Prederiq Jones tn tl e First. Miss Roberta LaWrence, daughter sCincina tL.
nineteen huadored and ve, Baptist church will ofielate at 10 Mrs. A. B. Lawrence 310 B. Gadsden,. L*..no. I
rt at lachlooa, lorida. o'clock, uniting in the soles bonds left FPrday night to visit her cousins Mt. Win R. Johnson and Mr. E.L. IN PATENT KID AND CO
Sof matrimony, Miss Itbel. elder of Mr. and Mrs. McCroan and other rela- Reese will leave to-morrow for New ENC ID, H OOLEa, HANTUNE W
B enCnio e. PRETTY WEOOING PRELUDE the lovely young daughters. 6 Mrs. A. tires in Columbus, Ga., till October, York and Boston to be absent several PwCi CUBINN VE, MILITARY HEELS O
r TO A GRAND TOUR ABROAD. E. McDavid and Mr. John C. Alexan- *" PC W Awees .T
S The few inti.as e frind who at- der one of this city's young uainess Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Greenhut will W A ND h3. WE OFFER THIN N
Attended the wimite of MiSs Gila M. men, who in his three years aUonectihon be at v eome to their friends Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Edward de la Rua and
Obeyn sald M J ard lf with the Meyer Shoe Co)ppny ha evening from 8 to 11, for Mr. and Mrs. Miss Kate Caro have returned from P6r.
7 o1" lam d G'eeWynrToeh rst reiv a nitsis ro tourn won the esteem a ld by e will of atll Edward FIorchelmer. a most enjoyable vsit in Aabama, a
-Th treme a which Rev Ft er commetcially a." soiall. A party composed of Rev. P. H. R. T. Cross atTlethatchee, and in '
llseton e ted1 was wto1esed b It wdll be a rtr i let Sunday Whaley, Messrs. W. A. Blount, Jr., Montgoery, and found the weather @UY UNTIL YOU SEE THE
Sfaeil ind onngctonI ad morning home weddlrang- eo cards leany Mpor.
$3 5 -.having been sent-t---ut e falyA
... .iU..... 0 her Excursion Mr. and Mrl os JaobyHOE
-- wers t a st S c the lly coieda n hncedme Mr. Wyley MDe qd w1it Fi the best /lB I fa l nIw oh Ne that she had a pea antf e
the chann of tun c sU$uecallr apeofiestMeraw aydMra. -H1257 Fuitthatm l p v gonand eE vnu r les.Mi.s
...... ..* -ualL A. *2 to hin* The bride willn-Di t at ired in- uer ntilu
AlU Si m d Wand. wedjg -nbell C Ctrailing columbine smart going away frocdk- filusilk ll- .---
letv ow of fer. -Miss Vera s at bi Genuine Old-Fashioned g ad ro, -*... -
lthyely white Igaerle hat, will be her returning through Texas.
ddthe losrmal fra thmte eeon wt ha r othlr Ily decorate, Mr. C. T. Thompson received a wire
rMr. Brie Goozale an& Mr. Paul witk a scheme carried a In greer Those who have attended the boat yesterday from Rev. Jullaa S. Sibley
sas cousis of the bride were Southe s pik owners and excursions conducted by Mrs. Allen atGreenville, S. C., anonuncing that
Miss WI. aina Gon3ples the mald ceremony a wed4g brekfat will be 4th, she will ive a genuine basket will b remem bermedthat Mrs. Sib.
As entdthe bridegroom and other relatives at Ote touching at Eseambl both ways. Parg r.e wired a:. 0 --da .
his bet Sma Mr. Paul K. Tornoe, In Mr. Alexander is to be sogratuat rom Pensacola, 50 cents. Children l
oa o f evear a clothes also ap- a ofr swhiunde 0g25 cent0is Lucile Heowara of Montgomeryan Odorleu "
The brlde immediately foBowed her them every h that life aords n fvim aMhouse Partyine oe 5 -
maid and was ideally bridelike In an Home, Ala.
eagulsite robe of trailing white crepe Mr. John L 'bHlard lass returned"
chiq over white silk and trimmed from Chicago qhere h1 spent two | Mr. and Mrs. John Maloy are happy Ul A
FT .h ^ S The-Cam' over .Thearrival last eveningoat
Faor Te itlr'o- pearls and diamonds hgAanidse baby son. UEOIa
F or To gm et hiSmeh m and a string oat Mrs. Angus oian a eaidren ag b son
pi *thb g et ther sat Mrs. C. H. returned lrlday ottA wK Hill er .m Capt. la Crist. wife sad baby Burl _ __
Gon ..se..apeled b hr.,e a. Miss d.x S eea. the 7 o'clock train athis morn.- l
s 0 J y atnm isoa patriStic Gers christi.s teaid br lag r for Whippoorwill Cam p.
e anot "r- -rthe- was co.c... ed, Mrs Harryo F MtfbMlthai d-teeo athe most conveaett ,a
llAnaP be w atMrk" aa lM Sate aot Germaar rea have ttretn tbts D d accurate stes l .On TobJune sales ofh Rbon p fro u.n
wlrt Wilo ire y bsNte shook t ea b he alak after a m w isikt anunaecursted byMtes. Lenot Vanilla te attraets broke at
sp tW W4d Owlry" a thm tey keeping account whia pr vtis big records. Ask your groer STONS BR
greesly ai ted tthe colors by placing Mr. Henry A.a o4 and has yet been devised tor Blue Ribbon Lmo and VaaB1 ,
YO willwat a fthus J A at# d of feras, givngf av i his friend M r a, You can buy complete Tak les.l Flaors perfectly.
.A h.sh. -I.... b i W w n a. guests ofn r. 1 ker.
Ors Wer.e d0101- in the Mr. and M< A. are Cb d TCAHN w l AN WILL o y AR. L
-vCI lfalnfu o whe n-'- the te"to-oradf w entertatlates .oS fet ^T O *
i to, ,e wre e gta.F 0. I 4 -.. O
xcIsuoftq wa. lu" prettily carried Wilson Miss .- Lo iU L 4 -.fa ( e
S -, a-t-- IAu AsAlnn Jordan aadrW. H-.-, M. H..... --..6.. t..raf j Iere. -O a tose
No better a, the wIU. ia--dtv- a-l 61 awere ste e
'W....... Jugh ety 4ft. M oft ,rt e -. .o Ano nfl sr te sn goe !! 49_
diem Ca hkn weInan oDltr0.- -n Ne A:s."- '
* aa Kithe y. l MaA gT and M'dde V
i S.L ahwm FbH , Mrfe ^Sag o sam E.B., Cth moel_-."ag", ..
Ul~o,,. mk u : .' -c m vnu mtm .._ "" :" : -- .... ---" 4 "7
.. tmDtlF~dt~th I~ J. He7 i.d~r d~l0an ka t fo 9le tom a V : ."" lZm
you in wlt afrun .A% ~ t p o r n..:iWlo." "-
ir N la l1.0h
S ., -
p.. ..:.l (
obed shA GNN"M dm b~ e
OWN thee wo
dGMee Rthe *Ap*d CuMMOM Mothm
4f adumm" "M "Dhoveused ft
with "ho, omus -ontogludly
Oidr7~. "uSank inthe sm.
.tb1 ialmp-maweduring the
puri va, ad absolutely brem-s
able al~ uc~la lltimte.
FM -~- O~f =mg mouad
96os soly.w.womdafelIs its efect.
ieut Is a living memummen to tb.
that old atsq% -What's leaa
UMW We rui."11 mpldO1y Mothees
UhAW5!3311:1 &t :9?uL Send
moombL- -hin hs.
cGjnS MM. L. K., NANCY AND
-m be dolnreffby th bowr, ww or
fais two ffi b m a le A
Will maw two trpa to l~bfylmg
&Wiao 9amg' yat 9: 30 a. CL.-mmd2: 30
Iafr H. r. O'rady, the well-
mtoknown i -nar priest, who is at
preenmmt the guest of Father Doyle. at
*hfe retory, was seen lamt evenmimg
Srepoter of the Evenlng Star In re-
erece to the wonderful
0: which he discove-ed the formula.
Vteher Mcrsady gave him a hisoy of
the u ad a ndlthe god that had
bas m t. Aat he s porter
a, bt to leave, radr Oar '
i a mad for mileU around AZ
T-'on to mp a battle of this greSt
r't mIn titer bome aad give it to
t",:- chaiM when In msed of a @em-
'- native me liver metdielsne. There
:.n*'hng Mke It to build up a run-
R-- H L. OXmtsy ti too well know
- :.' an introduction here. being a
S.:na ry of national reputation aan
I b").'-tr of k6enator OGrady, of
' t **..'. cure for all liver and kUi
* -"o If yvuwe r Is healthy
y 7 be troubled ftom consti-
st. or :. :rztio. Jaundl yellow
eIn. tbrd -rath, mad the asay othm'
*es ar.lng fme- a torpi Ifer.
For Sal by
hSs no cq
rolsale Dnitra ier.
adr f Iinpod
P wtnx to a Nt q ~ Teal m"1e%
the weo w m
Wkn. 186. tualsb by L &. U wsj
& 0.: *
L BowMn to IL T. Davi.-411
ares of let S -adI ae0 Or kotit
Sec 17, Tp 2 I, R 30 W-41,m0.- .
Mark D. Braluwd to H. H. Keynton
-Lot fronting "0 feet cn south side
of Jackf t street, by 15 4fetcl*lepth,
bW 146 up kenI TrOetORK
I. Beal to A. AL
acmre. ot N lot 5 of vnb.4WIoA K
N% see. 3. lTp 2 a. a as W-01Oe.0,
rami other Coumadeatlona.
H. H. Borer to 3. M. Mumon-Let a,
le" 5 acres. tot 16. less 6 acres and 12
acres of lot 9, Sec 17. Tp 2 8, R S9
LaIst Boley to J. J. Hiooton Frac-
tioal lots 1 to 2, blk 68, Belmort
Witabeth Chambers and Jane C. Mil-
tor to usanuel Roblaneo-6W % t
NB% Sec 32, Tp 1 N, R 32 W, lesa e22
I T. Davis and 0. 0. Sinlleton t-
H H. Boyer-Lot 8, leWs 5 acres, lot
15. less 6 acres, sad 12 acres of lot 9.
Sec 17, Tp 2 S. R 30 W-$900.00.
Escambia Lodge No. 15. F. & A. M.
to Mrs. C. H. Ivey-Loit in St. Johns
A. A. Fisher to Margaret White-1-10
interest in lots. 22 and 22, blk 11o.
Wa. Fishaer's BReutors to T. H.
Douglass-lat 8. bik 12, New City-
W. FWishber's Becutors, W. H.
Knowles, W. A. Stomat. Y. .JS. Keyser
and John K. wlag to Mrs. L. L).
Baker--Lts 17 mad It In blk 178, Max-,
WIlNe aO.Wme.. to MA~T WUlis
-Lot a. blk I& NOw C=ty-1.00 an I
BSame to BMme-Lor, S bik 16, New
Cty-41a, towe and alset.
aIft Hawkts, toa D. Bab Wlson-
Let 7, bLk 10 Now Clty-Pl50.00.
Denuaamin afhia to J. Whittng Hyer
-BlMoc 14. Oom 313, West King
Tract-IlW a" other a&Veratk...s.
R. LA R 3oses to F. U. Ather-Lots
21 a" S, Uk 140, Wost KRqg Tract-
1W. E. -W tf Wato-
Lot M2 kIk 13. Mw. UW -'3LOO.
J. M. Mu1-a to JO B 0tsuma-
% Ilerek = '1 sow ,ft, habs trout
on N4t il. 0"W GOM M teeIt by 309
bet Ia 480kV, Ktwms Spttag and
Rent8~2 S A te er coa
0. J. -a to
10 k I sehr
Lats 16 to:
oiJ M- VT, John L,
Zua L J.3 -m f Melanie
Rulbe, Hol IL "_:mnt Rekdose .
ZL, Hanr**-* Av- LeBreton
Dee Chawpeas ti W Taylor, At-
torney in ~t .IL Taylor
to . l otI -U A. Blount,
Jr.-4ot I4 Mec '7 B,, R 0 W-
Alce L 4nd H. 0I 4 WAMm to Trm-
tam tim il .L. SLl 77%
feet lots Xe ;l, moat
-Lte ai Vj-a 4R t. '*New City-
J. I. Wpo f to IB. IMcCann-
,,4,iWmat| I. 3 S ., Stc. 16. Tp
1 U.A -it s- -.-
H. H. A P T -a0l. Invest.
At n -W 11tIe to N%
mad Kp N, R
Sl W--<"1W ab
A.,V.. O, m'. Roaseb
-L4ts S 2 g 64kMPw City-
,$4 A .* t
W. L ine I. PSh Rigges-
NW% of b t I, o IT. 1,Tp 2 S.
R 30 W- ag odr oasildera-
a-cl Nawr IE g~~w~ 1tin Asso-
ciation to 3gg iry Club Ce.
-All that 5 *a Ja Donald-
son Tract lytng
north of way. less
rit cot VL Know-
A little 1t-d to to an
hour's dela dy4Wan-
tery. 49 Only
nafe pltan o Wtram
of Wil 8tmswMIserfyWwAys hand.
* ,-- ** **,*
DSw ssv* Ale .
"*I" tbe Gr"e'
t he wasl
%Ilo 09 "
-e r~ -
Clothf hj, Shoes Dry Goods
.-*g .*Sr h -*-
wil bU fA eM14st
Commencing Tuesday, June 20, and Lasting 30 Days
Stupendous Bargain Selling every day during sale. Don't buy a stitch of goods until you see what we
are doing here A feast of Bargains for 30 days, and you are as welcome as the Flowers in May.
COME! BRING YOUR FAMILY AND TELL THE NEIGHBORS. WE ARE GOING TO MAKE THIS THE
GREATEST SHOPPING EVENT IN PENSACOLA. WE WILL OFFER YOU HIGH-CLASS MERCHANDISE
AT LESS THAN ACTUAL COST OF PRODUCTION. IN ALL DEPARTMENTS OF THE STORE PRICES WILL
FALL BELOW ZERO. WE QUOTE A FEW PRICES JUST. AS SAMPLES OF WHAT YOU WILL FIN40 IN
THIS DOUBLE BUW.DING:
Dry Goods Department
100 bo2 8-inoh whMto I"en
Damask, 2e per yMrd.
75 bolts 58-Inch TUrkey Bed Dam
ask, S2c per ytd.
60 bolts Cretoane Chaits Drap
g' ,,.tIDr 4, ,a'
4%c, at 4 per yad.
25 bolts ImpoMte d Tlkndo m at
9e per yard.
2i bolts -Imey SM4uo DOmbtte tor
Skirts. 9c per yar&
50 bolts White w, e per
25 holts chsp Wported French
Madras. I" oper t. _
OniodM. 6 SOc liadle5 8a0or0
Has. -t8c each.
M 5 =oe CurtalIs In tMam e at
TS pairV .. ..
One case Ladies' 50c Lisle, Thread
Hoe, 26c pair.
Ladles' Muslin Underwear of all
kids in this sale.
All ladies' Winter and Summer
Skirts at New York Cost.
Tooth Brushes, Soaps, Perfumes and
m4 Toilet Artilel, at prices to close
Clothing and Ge
150 Mem's Summer Idnen Crash $5
Suits for $1.9".
Mea'p Pure Unen Che'k p 2,50 Pants
for $1.25. .
100 Trenks (oval toi-) toe efse at
$1.25. See them.
en's Canvas and Base Ball Shoes
W. this sale..
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes!
Three cases of Men's Fine Vili and All our Nettleton $5.00 Vici Shoes
Box Calf Shoes, worth from $2.25 to at $0.50 pair.
$2.E0. at $1.48 pair. All our Nettleton $6.00 Patent Lea*
Men's Late Style Blucher Oxfords, tbor Shoes for $3 pair.
$3.00 grade, $1.98 pair. Two cases of Men's Canvas Oxfords
Men's Patent Oxfords, Kid Tops, a99e pair; worth double.
$1.00 grade, $1.98 pair. T w cases of Men's $2.00 High Top
Ladles' Whie Canvas83 Oxfords at Canv as Shoes for $1.25. "
$1.48;worth doMen's Guaranteed Army and Navy
Shirts at 48c each.
r 'Men's Union Made Carpeaters' and ,
Ats rUurIsnhings. Painters' ovells, at 39c.
Men's. Union Made Overalls, 75c
Men's Laundered Shirts, 50c grade grade, at 48c pair.
for 39c, each. 'Elastic Seam Drawers, three pair
Men's Laundered Shirts, 75c grade, 's$1'Blue Linen Suits for $2.48;
S4c each~. worth double.
Men's T5c and $1.00 Night Shirts, to Odds and Ends Men's $1.00 Shirts Ia
cobEo at 39c. this sale, 4g each.
* A lot of Men's and Ladies' Dressing White Tu1* Bosom Shirts in this
Cases in this sale, $1.25. saqfe t"' 48 3 ach.
. -I ;
Sale Opens Each Day at 8 a. m, and Closes at 5:30 p. m. Extra Sales People have been
engaged for this
3reat laughter ale.
F. E. BRAWN ER, Manager and Conductor of Sale.
wara and his feet upon the. lower
Mr. Stuart, on account of lUe wlit.
ings o( a humorous nature in a the pa-
pers, was widely known, -
His mon de plume was "Ameo." ad
his letters never tiled to le ofinter
ext. It he could have reMal the lt
sire for strong drink his taimts w u.l
have given him taf e and fortune.
Mr. h tart was bout t .years of
ae. and wa reared in emeta., and
thouhbhe has lived in v rTa-O PlAc
a his h me. He was of an o&ldIIafy.
being a cousin of Capt. ALU. Pace
of Dothan. and a kinsmanO IeWnr C.
Yarbroghs., o Geneva. His tragic end
is greatly deplored here.
Blood Bitters does it.
What's the secret of happinerS, .vi*
orous health? Simply keepmv the
bowels, the storm ach. ziae U r *"
kidneys strong and act i. Bwrdoek
geer needs no words of rct
Uon and praise before theA
beveraw as brewed by "t t -a4"
rm its like V. curman.t
take it became they know if a as
2" xgBt" e artldo, aw- -*0
S ais Mtrwoae houirn a
e. Wal for boers to .
the< -wy sal-/' ;*
Municipal Ownership Expert
Who Has Been Coaching Mayor
Are I go4oing to- tianddp
4'uo, Y=r WOl 4oit Wien :hjeimw
::!t-- fou. dm tlpo A mTYr\o e mi puff.
*~a"-MY' Out 4mry awW uW D deto d /
V o ooo mM s$ewdes pum h~me-ansi~,~
lrnee ha*c-ost q( 0* aemucusad tboe heua waf
OL.cum:kww -.uwe mamy sotwsds, x' *th
1a be ton
broww~s I&do warKd
yw soow Ai iftha
- 1.'~' *~-~
- -. -'4
QAMMTrrur Ka"" OF
Dan wedwoa S6-so
4': t4 'l ,
w @ *
-~ -~ sTt
"sfl /* '*
- "> *- ***,
OUR d Uf per-
fectly b i b f like
beverage.Is omt arte ffo r adver-
tUsing effect Coauld e induce
al the whiskeyy drinks In Amer-
ica to abaadonviikbeyud aIere
to beer. drunkenness and Its
attendant evi ls ould disaear
and the percentage morality
would advance with leaps and
bounds. Themis 60% of alco-
hol in whiskey. The 3% in beer
exists by natural fomentation.
Duesseldorfer awarded the
Grand Prize by the St. Louis Ex-
position in 1904 and highest
honors at Paris Exposition in
1900. It is therefore officially
declared The World's Standard
327,329 South Palafox St.,
ROOMS WITH RUNNING WATER AND PRIVATB BATHS.
LARGE SAMPLE ROOMS.
Speolai Weekly Rates for Table Bewrd.
F. L. BOWEN, Manager.
Formerly of Windoor and Aragon Hotels, Jackavftille, lorida.
~- ----r- --- -W ---
CONSOLIDATED GROCERY CO.
MM CeneflbtedOgrocery (qagamy lIs 98MM tothe Q BC.
of ,~*ssvilethe Wheda Gi-ocery Coo~. 9 t -JftekaoaviW
SGippem*SO* Of tbSfl511i &TAL' l et M &04Comaddou CoMPan
~~ Ithe Liqemry hem&IjUNPMi1~51NOW abom em~pasy. C.
aw gpwr oombag 0 64 aulstar"Smsm own, at Poewoael
g .6-7 broa it the "M amt nw ofaie stP-,!, -
a md smi own",.
4 ... .. . ,
PMIAL DAYS SET AND By WA*-
**. .M, . D: "'-. F .E ,
NORTHERN PEOPLE IWTMH* ZATIONS. Ut PIt
EYES ON FLORIDA, -UT NOT*H
ING IS BEING oNSir OUC Tampa, Jul yA.-NoveDmber 15 o
INO IS BEING DONE r ,I Ae the dates decided txpin for hltl'.
IMMIGRATION. the Florida State Mid-Winter Pair ,
t Ias city, this decision belag reached This i the season th
Saftter a conference between President' .
.- .-rving W h, .. _- Brown anA mem ft of the Tritate nd if. t it not good,
Mr. During H. Welcha wh aso Jo Fair Association, representing all aw S' te weather gfoW
Returned from a trip to several of f t. b0meugrn States from Virginia to' ,
states of the middle and northwM Florida. The organization of this a-. pimples and blotches, an
briags back with him some cheert sOcclatlon and unity of action that wiFl skin eruptions will make
information in referemvs to the Pro result will bring incalculable good to icatios bad bloo
pects this fall for immi0tion tto *r the big fair movement, as high-clan dicatios of bad blood.
ida from that part ofthe Unitts attractions of every kind can be se- lare, sickly blood, then Y
States, says the Jack avil u Times. uCred by combination that could ano 'tand the strain uhe
UM.nW W....h .... ..se... be where only one fair is held o (r stand te stri puon the
Mr. Welsh visited Illn ois, M' ll South s as Frda; this is especially' time of the year. A fail
Wisconsin, Iowa and South a true in regard to the horse racing fea-e 1
He was o tmbaslnes oa nected with a ture, and the best races ever seen n fare now, by pufying 1
number of real e~stkt dea he was Florida are guaranteed for and entire' eral system, may result
consummating, and had occasion t period of two weeks None but liens- .,
iudy the conditions ah to talk flore t d~ judges, starters and jockeys will b health later on, and you
ida to tInose with whom he comewli allowed to offelate upon the track.1 down, witih no appetite, a
contact. In speaking of the probability The dates secured are regarded as a, It is oor blo
tFor a large number of people to hna great victory for the fair movement. vousnSS. It is poor vosues.
to Florlta from those states thi fall, a they come just as late as possible is this vital fluid that m
Mr. Welsh said: in the season not to miss the low rates -, -es t ,our Chances f
Conditions Are GOod. from distant states, which are not ofl Purity rests our chances .
"I found the conditions In the states effect after November 20. riously upon the system
I visited good. There has been an ..t. in d that
abun'ance of work this year and One of the most Important features matter in tuhe blood tha
wages have been good. I onted the far wll be the celebration of skin eruptions so common
there were a great many transfers of Praternal Order Day, Wendesday No feerih condition, as a re
real estate and that some of those who r whi all the fraternal '.wcon aa,
'had settled in those states and o mber 2 at which will the fr acrid poison in the blood
nade homes for themselves there have and the tseest. and most represent. polluted, diseased blood, a
sold out to advantage and that they tivegthering of the kind ever seen pute** ,,--,as blo,'
are In search of another locality where lorida will be in evidence. Vsiting and uproots and expels th
they can go and do the thing over lodge men from oCher states will be
again. This class of people are the entertained ona grand ease, which Spsiagld. Ohio, May 14
best settlers that Florida cold have, will make a muchiy desired impression O0 two Oegmaions I have "1
awd Florida ought to be offering some upon the thousands who comethousands who come to For in t with finr
in hdacmenta thor catch dheal Wn Ida seeking permanent homes. Every can heartily feitaend it as a t
| find that there is a great dealofFlor- member of a fraternal order in Florida blood puMfrI. was trouble
ida heard in the general inquiries and should enter heartily into the spirit of headaches, digestion and liver
m.onversations, I saw 3ot the slig this great movement, which all disapprd mterthe
movement on foot on the part of this few bottles of your Teat blood
tate to turn the attention of prospec-b soy wget blod
ire settlers ttIs w ay. The ladies of Tampa, as was the 8. S. S. My appetite. which w
"The fact that work bas been good ease with the South Flori ,Fair, are w s "P I amofta
hi the states I have mentioned doew taking a great Interest in the fair and I wmat sow lofat bfe i ta
not mean that the peoplepeople are to stay are losing no time n interesting other d my bood has been th
there. The fact is the good conditions ladies of the state. They have request cleansed ofImpurtes and made
there are what have led to the selling ed that a special day be set aside for strong again s a tonio and bi
out on the part of a great many of the them to be known as Woman's Club Mer It is all you claim for it.
farmers and these farmers ae search Day. Thursday. November 23, haa MRS. GEORGE WnI
tf other homes and some of them will been named as the date. A large num- 71 K.. Main St.
-turn their attention to Florida. find ber of leading club wolpen of the
that the conditions are good for a country, includieb Mrs. Decker of"mineral, but is composed
large travel to Florida- and we may ex- Denver, president of the National Fe prod-xties and gathered
pct it this fall." eratio of Women's Clubs will be In propies and gathered
Formpect it this fall attendance. The day will be a me- sands who have used S. S
Mr. me Gooad Impreflens. nmornabe one and every lady i Florida do not need to I- r.
Mr. Welsh was asked if he had shoi' aattend at that time. do not ed to be I
noted the impressions formed by those than S.S. f a
who had taken advantage of the cheap tan S. S.If y a
bomeseekers' rates last ftll and made Among the mot commendable spe- sold for nearly fifty-~r
flying trip to this state. To tiis Mr clal features of the tair movement will without -e
Welch replied: be special days for a great Sunday No remedy without ieri
"Yes. I did. I heard several parties School convention or institute at Write us if in need of min
S;ho had come to Florida t6 Investigate which the leading Aunday school work.
in t season say that they were pleased ers of the country will be present and
vith the opportunity, that this state assist in the elaborate exercises. This
iad to offer, and I am convinced that feature is an chaSe of the ministers
he homeseekers' exc lsions have been and. Sunday School Workers of Tampa
i great thing for this state. It la a iand the dates decided upon will be an-
iact worth noting that some of those nounced lAter. The attendance of thou-
vho came here last fall, came with a sands or SunoAy school children will
iew of looking into ooniitlons and In warrant the railways in granting ex-
the interest of his neighb6fe, as well cursion Tates frompall Florida. Georgia
is himself. I heard of quite a number and Alabama points, allowing of chil-
)f these people, and all the remarks I dren attending who could not do so
'leard were favorable to the state." otherwise.
Mr. Welsh deplores the fact that the
;iate of Florida is doing absolutely Careful consideration is now being
-othing in the interest of getting set given to the premium lists, which will
trers here. In this connection he contain scores of the largest prizes
said: ever awarded at a state fair in the
Florida Agents Not There.
"In that part of the United states you
;an see literature advertising Texas,
Louisiana, Arkansas. California and
otherr states. But there Is nothing for
Florida seen. There has not been the
slightest effort on the part of the state
-f Florida to do anything along these
Tines. a fact which is to be deplored
hy those who have occasion to visit
the states I have visited and who ob.
srve that Florida is placed at a disad-
vantage because of her own penurious-
"Of course the railroads 1e adver
tising the south. In qhicago I visited
the offices of the Atlantic Coast Line
Railway and found a lot of advertising
matter for the south. But the Atlantic
Coast Line has more states to look
after than Florida, and the efforts of
'his great system along this line are
eielng directed in the interest of every
;tate through which the 'railroad lines
ass. It is the same with the Seaboard
,ir Line. I did' not vtpit the immtgra-
inn offices of the Florida East 4Coast
Tailway, and I did not have to do af.
hear of the good work that this cor-
:-mny is doing in the way of advertis-
,"; the state. In this respect so far
Florida is concerned, the JBorida
Fast Coast Railway is alone, bt it 4s
',-ing a good work in Otieago and fraom
r'licago is reaching a eat maly ase-,
ions of the United Sat. -.
Interest in FJWtIda.
"Of course there is interest aIn Flor-
ida. There is a great teal moEf inter-
,-st in Florit in those states ndw than
there was a few years ago, aa It Is an
interest which means. and .roomis
much to the state. Th7 mes who aw
looking for a state in hich "i build a
home are turning thqir attU'on to
Florida, and I believe that with the
proper effort on the oprt of so* state
we could double our m tulatien In a
few years. Of course eare *ntng to
get a 'great wanv of the!W eos!P any-
way. but we oe;,,b( to iLn tire. Lij ose
who come from thit g rt. of ta Un!-
ted States are to natP.the bw t citi-
zens. The- are wn'rkl rs .'avderenop-
ers who take anrana4rari y j
tion and who sv )ic: t i*,work1f d.e-
- velopment with a detei~tl hiBM=
knows no fail-re." .
Mr. Welsh will '- te the6
northwest, ani wili? i thei ft
six weeks or twoe TioctQ1. O& e se
ond trip be 'w ll tN. i*44 r 1ttf'o
to talk Flori-'a than h, g Iftdeyl
ago. and minch good ii
ed as a rcon of hlsI t WeBl
stace co 46 a to i 4a0
of the moIt ardet 1 thI
_la3 ^a, a11 tr abu
south. for every product known to
Florida Absolutely no product will
be overlooked, whether from field. fac-
tory, school or home. Every county
and in dividual in the state will have
an opportunity to compete for these
prizes, aggregating $15.000, without
any charge, and a magnificent array of
exhibits will be in evidence.
A movement has been inaugurated
for holding in Tampa during the fair a
reunion of veterans of the Indian war.
and many of the "old vets" who have
survived the ravages of time and the
deadly tomahawk, with their wives
who were as good soldiers as they,
will attend. Florida will delight in
doing them honor.
Among the attractive exhibits that
will be in evidence will be a pure food
exhibit, contributed by the largest foon
dealers in the world. The Tampa
Wholesale Grocer's Association has
Itis feature in charge and will make a
great success of it.
The premium lists will be distribut-
ed just as early as possible. Every-
body desiring lists should address T.
J. L. Brown, President, Tampa, who
will gladly furnish them when printed.
F. L. HUPFPAKER.
Hives are a terrible torment to the
lUttle folks, and to some older ones.
EBally cured. Doan's Ointment never
falls. Instant relief, permanent care.
At any drug store, 50 cents.
Not so very long ago a man who ad-
mitted the possession of nerves would
hare been regarded as an effeminate
milksop. Nowadays, however, be is a
much more frequent sufferer from the
complaint than is womankind.-Co&-
Pearl--All of t ber fr;eads advitd
themn to elope ins.qtead of leing thar-
rled inthe reglar way. Rnb--I doi't
see why their frlMnds should cam.
%earl-Oh. yes! Elopers sever expect
'weddag presetsa.-Chicago News.
Nee at a Ds sltry.
Plushy-It ~ast take resmartaMl
sWill to rai a check. Hardup--Oh, F
den't know! It's how to get hold oCt.
ft the Amt plate that I can't a
rou -D t ree Prees.
you -m doo yoms lof
* 6 M W T M S V O K b -NK 9 4
iat tests the W
hen evidences iwl begin to
s warmer. Crb ad ol
d numerous it g and b ng
their ajp8pr8t eo, ar amrein- 3- I
If sprig-time .ou with u.m-
yro ane In poor qdto
system which alwys cos atA this
ure to look after your phypl wel-
the blood and toning -p the gen-
in a co..plete bak down of ..
1 will find yourself weak an4 run
nd a prey to indigestion and ner-
od that makes weak bodies, for it .
nust supply vigor and strength to our systems, and upon its
or health. Any impurity, humor or poison mn the blood acts in.-
and affects the general health. It is to the morbid, unhealthy
t chronic sores and ulcers are due. The pustular and sca.:
n during spring and summer, show the blood to be m a riotous,
sult of too much acid or the presence of some irritating humor or
I. A large per cent. of human ailm.* have their origin in a
nd can bnlybe reached -by a emedy that goes into the circulation
e poison and restores the blood to a healthy, natural condition. If
low. you Oave ay AM. i ar t tm
a o f bad Mood, and m * Us". tuga sprt
lMGM i thinking of abldpnri- mat at be a hr th
ad Ith fier,thentbilolkJS.S.. -c. Mus- -
trouble, a remedy with a long- miwm, ,- sb om that I w~s
turof eabiBhed reputationM th SLM..KPs WitRm ikn vs .
Trrtma S Oy, 8. A. ms knew wiat
r" poor, and that pPOVeI it- it wm; o I@ *pI I li Oa of it, and
5 self to be a seciin dis- .a".. ..a ne-
roghly eases the blo# and a y ood m bd and r o-
easea od f vtd, my g IM boom bwh Ip. sothat
ood p superior tonic and sys- ias tf t f,, asarw:
tem builder. S. SS.. con- blood pmaf r ad tai.
I' tains no mercury, pot- $0s MJOMIN C. STMI.
ash, arsenie or other
exclusively of vegetable igredients, selected for their medicine
from nature's sotie-houmes-the fields and forests. The thou-
S. S. and know from experience what it will do in blood troubles,
ed of a blood puifiet now, for they know no better can be found
. t-hirinng of a bld pri think of S. S S which has been
rs, while the deimBAd is greater now than ever in its history.
t could exist so long and retain the confidence of the people.
dical advice, whc isiv without charge.
Ify oare a "stUiCUW fwr qal
it ba~ilumand a dp"~
phawsin driningit, caRfofr
It bs a neve-rt a b" 'a
tickler for the eW-' Be mm awto0.4waj,
"Gent Beer, made.$who~uue y Iiny &gd."
WX4. GEFRST WIGCM.,X! I ,jr
PETER BELL. Dli ppfur P|e|a.I
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said as it is pon4 d. so nt Mgmoerw -
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