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 Material Information
Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: July 4, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000373755
oclc - 16280864
notis - ACB2955
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System ID: UF00075911:00761
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f Il y Assoolated Pra effort to preserve order, and protect 'm BSS II PnC.
Sf G 'a R Guaatajuato, Mexico., July 3.-Loss the inhabitants from bands of thieves
WILL BLOW N UP of life varously estimated at more who are attempting to pllalge shops
i than two hundred, over a thousand and mansions.C T
\ */; tj l' n Persa tendered homeless and prop- It will be several days before the
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Torp ...l ,, _^. "J-- larn, ha, been caused by the flood be known, as many are doubtless in
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ad 11 rd Ins. result b u a cloudburst Which occurred P Wrecked-
-- IB.feSuIS^ N\ MNN to eCe T M I. I late Saturday and which followed the P enger Train Wrecked. W K I g.
terrtfc storm which began 'Friday.
iS |WITH JilffXi M1 f Telegraphic communication with the Mexico City, Mexico, July 3.-A
~STIMATED THAT S~K THOUSAND -outside world has been restored and bridge on the Mexicn Central De- AVERAGE CROP CONDI
WLthe bura) of the dead is progressing tweeen Irapuato and Stiao fell as a
WERE KILLED DURING RIOTS FOUR THOUSAND SPECTATORS rapidly. The disaster 4. unparalleled southbound passenger train was pass- HOW BIG FALLING OW
S OESA- UMANIA WILLn the lopg history of floods which4 ing early Sunday. Seven passengers
4N ODOE NA--ROUMANIA WILL NE PAIT FROM 2 TO 10 O WIT- have visited this city. I were killed and 34 injured. No firt- LAST YEAR AND ARE A
CALL UPON MUTINEERS TO NESS THE BATTLE~.4FFRIEB The authorities are making every class passengers were killed. LOW AVERAVE FOR THE
SURRENDER ANO FORCE MAY / TEN YEARS.
RECEIVM.$l1000 FOR 0" 5ERVJ- TE YEARS.
SCES A .AREFERLo GLORIOUS FOURTh

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S. Petersburg July .-General IReno, Nev. July $.-MaV9Sp of i vy JpLJ joiLtheDertment oBr iuf t re
Lhanoff. military Louisville, to-day knock .ImPL Jack tOD15tef C E L Etr
K.hanoff, military commanao r of t the average condition of cott
sea. has reported to the Baperor I l l Root, of Chicago, in the t th round J twenty-ag th at I per cent
a. a revo rteionary cte of 11/1 of a fight for the heavy wi*t chai- June twenty-fifth at 77 per oet
w in control of the nia I on p of the world. The betting Three strict Ct rations to Occur at various Points and Thousands th 777; May th a
,', e when It and the Georgi po. odds were 3 to 1 in favor itptme,
'Tsehe punch which en oupassed the Of Perfsons AT Expected to Attend-ElabOrate Programs year average of 84.6 per e ..
was won over by the committee downfall of the Chicagan woe a abort Excited Adance.
a number of Jewish students who arm powerful jolt of the right to the Ablngo far the Three vets. w Yorx a-dnce.
,-rmd the ailors that the arm body just below the hear The blow publcatoofth ernmentcr
S-: entire sympathy wtth the move- was delivered with terrific force and port there was an excited adva
n and advised the crew to throw I fl caught Root as he was coming up. Pensacola will cele ate the Fourth The Charity Celebration, the cotton market. October
S ffacers overist The erew de- Root reeled, tottered and fell ina heap of July n a generous scale to-day At Magnolia Bluff there will be a rose to 10.50, a rise of more t
r -. d agaast the latter advice and Ion the floor of the ring. Reree Jim There are to be picnics at almost celebration, and an excellent p cent a pound
h-ele w s oeBtbig celebration, ano' an excellent pro- cent a pound.
*, ,,fti were set on shore. Both \f Jeffries, towering over the, po-strate every turn and it looks as though the gram has bee arranged for the en-
... s turned to the harbor atur- form, tolled off the ten seeawts which whole population, both white and co entertainment of those whomake the Rie atiew Oretnn
r ,th but the Potemkine, having made Hart champion of th0e world. oed, will fnd some way to do honor trip to that point. The event is being New Orleans July 3.--W
sailed for Roumania. The He might have counted w t ec. to the ocason given for the benefit of charity, inas- government report was read
not entered the harb or and Onds for that matter, as Rot waslpe. At Bay View Park. much as the proceeds will be given to morning October was quoted a
R a party atb the military, l thori- lessly defeated. Up to t"l poat ina The Fourth of July celebration at the Sisters of Mercy and the United The frrst purchase thereafter d
.a taea-ck t e --e rs. i. over Hart, and apparent ha d the promises to be the biggest event of fair hve worked hard during the past brought 10.50. The range of
S'RPEOW T fiAght well in hand. r, the kind ever experienced in \Pensa- few weeks arranging the program and within thirty minutes after 11
TORPE6 "OAT SEARCING P our thousand perso s aw te flft oola. there is no doubt but that t will be a s one hundred and four poln
FOR m UTT NOUS VESEaL. and paid anywhere frte .d'tyhe I fwo The aftir is free and all citizens big success. The committees ave two and a half dollar a be.
-- 1ea. J .uly 2.-AA admisaton. There was -at s lbel -and their families are urged to attend, arranged for numerous sports, and ta n took the option to 10.12
Scanned by a vol S w.-A e qaa torp sprkinklg oft wom t lp celebste Independence Day, as- neat prizes have been offered to the ant,.,rz haskto 1.33.
manned by a voWa" r c*.. i lot weie 1T M il the opening of the beautiful winners in these contests. At night

in the hands of a mluttoe a h tpro tent in th political hi o o p e n s he boOfwin erw an dm w i the r o be a rtoT of thetc Je W i w A t
a- Ku"l M 65 pl enIS Aty O B A B ILt of Norway. 66 GAE eowot to t-- o. "-ps Act-_- i tl I. Ml"
Mat Ku ofje. Roumania the lose. Jeffies stated that he had whole gulf coast. Another evesti" l au"e nm PJtS b3o
ma of the number killed dur. f retired from the ring for good. He The program will begin at noon, much Interest is beinf taken, Is that
hi firh and riotinOd ,a sfth aee rl received $1000 for refer eing heh b n c he t p k er y t b g b ebut everyone is urger ft to go early to be given by the jolnt lodges of the
Shigh a ns si thKousand A tar greater tir h1 1 i received $1 for reereeing the g with l n ch baskets, hammocks, and I. 0. 0. F. at Blctric Park. Thisrae M e n Pitdlbur
urn r wore sho down. but man y n bathing suits and e a comply p promises to be one of the most enjoy- Two Thoiuand Men In Pittmos
krod es. Jr u ...rninre< bTheK military e COLOREDP COLLECTOR HAS '1 day f l The committee wishes the eab* of the many attractions of the ict Alone Will Bu Affected
mmtandr ha ord,,res i ahe newficpa-rn o c a vbe l O B A b IL ITe oO, dt re public to otethat they should get offo trious outh. and it is expected
t pres .tuten t IS A P t O B Am B IL Ifr T Yic nes Wo the streetcarat the crowds to attend. t will be Action an
, r to the press e nt outbreak N ar .i -llR He will connect t with the car exceptionally large. Mayor Bliss has
- o strike. fie d we Aepe p, PMor transportation to the park. issued ah proclanttion authorizing the By Asocsatod Prssm.
M iss dawSm Vll.ey Morbted t10 oAt noon a salate of 45 guns will be use of fireworks. Many handsome ,PPttsburg. July 3. MA of the
~~~~~~~~~fWilt Sink BNtt eh Nub rSPe iS g LD eFign O Plant Whi ill SitioninOJf" of New York fired, then will follow the raising of prizes will be awarded the winners in pendent iron manufacture wh
a dispatch reeve ort an -- Nero itcian. the liberty pole at 1,-'clock. the flag the several contests, and if the eyvenotm^eet with the Amalgo ati
Sa r hiury uie hr. aofin e t raising at 1:30, and short addressee is not, a success It will not be the faullet w M
Ste o esdo boat to f 2 r t yA ted Pres. yeloent speakers at 1:45. ot those on the committees. This eel- g rate or the next
t- tmi he it oed ou tdestrourer w New York, July 3.-Miss Ida Smal- Hon. T. A. Jennin will preside ebraton is being ive or the prpoe announced their ent
S:. (I fr" nO oessr with the mention s f t Will SMen Cmm ce. ley, daughter of Geo. W. Smalley, and Introduce the speakers. who are of entertaining the delegates to the,. ...
t. f Onkwng the KniaspPotekine. the author or and correspondent of the as follows: Hens. Scott M. Loft, grand lodge ows o ein a in ae
SsIroneandterStelatory, ap ca-ecp r sefor lb London Times, aand grand laughter byo W B. saseppard, J. Cambell Averm th o meet hnere this year.a a Allo an o tl g.anatredto. The p.rl os y
EnA big ie ty, ne avg a ca- course of the next few wee. adoption of Wendell Phillps, the abo.I Jr. and ,. mmet Wolfe. r proceeds w .ll be devoted to thispure.D-eto Cern mon trhps
JEn Route to O Ksmsa. party of at Ie ast two hufrlea e tos According so what can be gathered lutonist, has taken the position of At e3 o'clock the program of sports pose. The Terminal Company ha
* '-kare. July 3.3-The poKnwia Po per day iPo a o ep wcltity for Pebaaeola. from various sections a number of the official stenographer in the office of will commence and at 8 o'clock a promised to maintain h good schedule Pttshrg district about 2,000 m
nm,. the Russian ship on which according t reports wich have been saloon men are behind the move, and the collector of Internal revenue, grand fireworks display will be pre- for the accommodation of those at- affected by the advance. It is
o .uiny occurred, left Ksenji this circlathted recently. In met the claim that they will furzis as much Charlesn W. Anderst leader of the setedtending ha n i e nee
T. It is state d she is return- hernb ispona t t o.a n capital raes i etec-Work rheubowlAon ,a othee. ttenbo n th atiawditortes ne
.-,-O.Isaed ro he sl retur- Psce me ow f at rattr a c to mett war a ta ted i s tewryr the con-e New York republican organization of some who operade u sh- t
n "ntOdsSht. the drawingh of Pr feir the actory. struactlon and operation of the plant-i negroes, and himself a negro, wto e a o the no n -ueiaoe wm
eat f--. aesd as msany perV1o1 rInte rested. Several of them. so itIs stated, are took charge of the office s collector. OM LIBERA LS PL ASURi PARTY py b te ner m wae5 rtoe
A-a. Jul3.-ItI iit Is more than probable that some- dissatisfied with the delivery Of ice by appointment of Ppesldent Rooe- I BERAL SLIol te tebae fr r to .7a n
a, -,- thalt the iniral or thing debate will oe e laring the and the charges on the same since h ewle1the vloultlast weekMiss Smalley's work
soo aas t a oportun eaity combination of ice factories ha been; will be under his direction. ERtThe posi
% thtthe best way toalte & o and dUte atopto b their ofwn. which will not onlyefur-.
S thai the best way to oa tween the leaders s e ot whom ad- e that is nece rv TO SETT LE LOCK
mutinous vessel would be to vocatels adfg In3eop mui while nr,#llo thehinace utat as nesh r It to SETL LOCK- OUByAna
rd bkone Is one of the most Russia a pd oping to t *eir mItinous the pub lic. New tork, July 8.-The municipal breaking woodwork and the cries or Chicago. July 3.-The love for
.- essels of the Black Sea rhips The prefet of Kutji per-1 Many parties are claiming that the By Associated Prs. electlonr in Rome. Italy, have taken Its thirty passengers, an omnibus bling has resulted in the arrest (
riited a o@tegatioa of the mutineers Present delivery service is not wbat New York, July 3.-First Vice-Pres- place after a week's active campaign- containing a picnic party has been up- Chinamen in a, hall above a sate
------ t enter the town aud purchase pr, it was formerly, and tht the combina- ident Week, of the International ing says a cable despatch from tha. set by a trolley car at Alston and Full- Canal street. Two patrol wagons
T RO.'R'ARNA WILL CALL UPON visions s h t tic has raised the price of ice. This,1 Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, citv published to-day in the Herald. erton Avenues. Five persons in the compelled to make four tr/ps I
ANTIA ER$ TO SLURREN R Tie io r t.attte Back eaflee* they claim, hab caused diasatlsfactlo.j, has come to this city to settle the lock- The liberals were much divided and omnibus were injured and the re. all the men who were crowded
--"not only did at tr, to capture th< and several parties who have money to out of electrical workers, if possible, the clerltls and the moderates made maining twenty-five were severely the hall could be taken to the st
-<" July 3.-The port author I.Knias Puoteine. z tthat the crews put into such an enterprise. claim that on the same basis as that of the car- a firm u*Iu, the result being the de- shaken. The vehilce was wrecked. When they entered the roon
e" ;s;aji Roumania. hav-e been Iof the shipss'naly oioed when the they will start a rival factory, which, peters and tin layers. International feat of t liberals. 2Much interest None of the passengers on the car policemen found a number of 1
to call up the 750 muti- rebel battlesh t -p d i will furnish ice to the public at reaaon- President McNulty and otr!er officers was uh,_,_ as th. clericals. foro 1 were injured, although they were shake. around which players were seated
are o ard th Ki.. Po. The rew of the f in gunboat able rates iof the union will join him this week, first ti since. 187#, -..... ea by the collision. The front of the games were in progress.
Psand from the vessel with- Pseouape sow at tuat l qt some It was stated yesterday, afternoon ran- car was battered in. The China1en made a rush t
teao rein deerther of the arew f tUs v i mn t plans dor wee laetorv lad been re- D a o f 1 A f -W the, rent ene3vliclal of the At the time of the accident the car back of the room to escape dow
.ated. as foreign deserters ashore aa f- w0 __M. theceived and were Inspected ay the par- laasj ior e m I IB pWoe lch practicaliY annulled the was running rapidly and could not be stairs, but they were stopped I
o thefua.. al oaft orh oafte_ -onot. .ties who p l to Invept their cash- L .Otoe Plo Nono, stopped in time to let the omnibus tectlves. Several ran to the wvi
Kniet ofer the in the coosi.cti.a of the syp at, 93la which n toT since 1 clea t'' to Jump out, but were prevented
,blt to th ee moai y aledb Rin t03s9_ which Wll probably be located ln t *i ostlle action 5WJ35t the About thre -Mf- -W -i vicinity of the Moore Ice Works. ol tcpt. r

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i -NERA .L OF HA Y r o P A So.th At nti. a irs.was elected to representRome 'FOUR OTHERS SERIOUSLY INJURED AND PROPERTY DAMAQI
O TBPT~ S^~ SIMr t^AHollister. Cal, July 3.--Gastav A. Jacksonville 2. Augusta 7. ln the provincial council. THE EXTENT OF OVER $10M00'IN WHOLESALE DISTRICT
Uh SIM PL :-w C AJM SCK ize, a sat.ve ofHab GermRyCharesn9,Macon1- MITCH L JURY Mr EARLY MONDAY MORNING.
has committed suicide here by tang Savannah 6, Columb--- 4.TUN A VERDCT
'tLY OF DEAD STATESMAN WILL AVOID ;WTENTA- mNorphinae He t a will in w el American Leagu --- By Aociated PMo Chief of Are department, cut by
directed that his heart should be cuti Boston 6. Washington 2. Birmingham, Jg
TiON OR PUBLIC ODWLAY-REMAINS $,:N T N o"t sad placed a his coffin outside t New York 3. Philadelphia 0. 3 Bmngh,. y 3-re T
CHAMBER F <.C ....RE Aut U %- A'T 1 his body. The doctor performnh the tl&M--aW-, u---s y .---Judge the wholesale district OB Morris ave. The prers are
CHAMBER OF COMM0 RCE AUM IM -AT service to receive $50,000. He askedtoal LLeage. Debave tts kternoon served nee near Twenty-rst street at an
CLAVELANCA. that no one should see him after death Philadelphia I New York 9. notice to the Mthdl jury that if It early hour this mo retld a 00; Johnson & lPrkm
sad that no mourners should follow Pittsburg 4. CincinnatiU fals to et a v e.let he would re- of twos m ein, tintia broke0s0 J r m
him to the grave. I Booklyn 2, Bostn1. t t 0at nt ft the deh of two edtoen, tie injury brokers, $15,1W.
Shim, to the grave. Brooklyn 2, Boston 1. fst to %6 al.ee t of four others and the destruction of Tyler Grocery company, 5,
By Associated P-s. the latentelot ( te t property valued at more than 1100,000. Major T. S. Spece, owner Of
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v She...s Mayor is.said Sa t Be it ordained by the Mayor ad aermative A ls c
h 'ofo g ettt a te evie, oft that, datnell of the City of PensAois: tiI
mon a*o11t of lack of g a. ln Sectio 1. Tat uthe time of do ing yle it Now. s I. ot






asiiXIRUOR- of somai oL Rstelacly ri r -htistatrts mDc and all of thoh mentdots nevi 1h -A'"
bobthe caerka oZ@ wee m vwy atd la Setio he r een (15) of the ordi- Now i.nt.e tee to 007 Ca m bW
tho i.tm en t ine #nis uase elkuerr



hap bade. bore le and on theo paia t ra k fete id,allMeda e pp I ts January bfole ta thh lawt u dr i -.
S.ad wy k It wre p eed bra the argpepots. wih, saod e Teent d ( lo ydteat &An Ordinanc e a t. hmdy I st sOein ih p lay to- b prdee"

Se was limeoale tho t wee bia l at*ing er in privileges to Warren -o elar n, s lated r e o mh an t n tm

th.ee doe.t mae.tw.o. awwek t e th ers.e. .. H. threy. e.f ind tictment w ithe asei based l n the


t. omTst w re a py nd J. mme Wolfe atd others ..Ana t ..u.t be lear ne. it r.uar ly _
Alpresertmwhen thed mar t was C. Bo W. iS .l hereby a ten me t the ma tte the
u w e a naayor Bv Saed ae hnd -Semi at Be It ordained by the Mayor aec d muMstl ea eaL t d. was t,

anD pthee clerk' s o were to vy bed wh Section fifteen (1) of the oradi- w, I te e .ti quash A


s a harpe. Vouchers and oter pap s oe, passed and approved. January lan' Colc./ -hlea..- Srr.hoe
,ate f itie agi eds by seaaw-tri th bema and iO the itAh g by s eet
aM nrin. 1111 m Wao Piled 5r piomlMmiy. and 21, 106 and eBttlso': "An Ordinance Rebeut I i certaito be needed
I--t.. h 3mS i te dio ot st ay o ranting tertan privilege W ren soe r la te wad e i
IT~TT~Ib~ta&of work. The ia woildh s, e p atrmd .anld Emet sWolfe and others neead qtrickly Over ilale DImICULT TO FIND THEM IN
l tit makI c e rts r eert s n l at eai e a theirtee ucceores and assigns" be and M i i fe a ernor sale by A sked tos.
..st A derman Mt ton said that Ma thee hetea ordinan e mUhNb- WOtD, A
9, 99oBliss hatst M t certain -e thetO- e I and Pr te bmefr ext Monthay lhR c dererdi i .



s, -rt1ns. ream esd to the city, hirg the thoOgh '. aa ( aMtmeml wcdr. non.
:- :he did not pr d ealt Ch W ayr laIp a, f the Alderman C. ,t Wku M himJou ta dAeg located Preof. y A itied Pres.
TF FIY TO but had maid that o hMs epfao aa aneltAeOi Cein ufty As, used matt Whoeees nCUL FIND THEM IN
--- still Police ar Spottwood, who B0 saiNdbe WA w ready to report on second reading at f fir Reward For ca


board of public seIty reeeted ap- consent to lntroduoB a resolution Americus, Ga., July 3.-The whole- New York, July 3.-A'dressing the
E;d Senior. Jr., who is now located propriations fr the followitg par. which was granted and he thea read sale killing of seven negro women Holy Name & tiety- In the church of
Montgomery, where he is engaged poses and ia the foowlag amounts: the following: here at the hands of Warren Hicks, a the Nhtivity, Brooklyn, Rev. J. J. Don-
i :sineis, was in the city ye4trtda 4 to st~lh aaIrate si. I alarm "Whereas. C. H. Bliss, mayor of negro desperado, yesterday ,Is still lesson said, aI.ong other things:
b oxes from han ds w ath his numerous~ $270 to employ two extra etren for terview published in The r Dally Jour- the neighborhood of the tragedy. The to find men .hi are honest, accordinD
i teh cooing thee months; $00 for In- nil under date of June 23rd, 1905 county commissioners have requested to the strit Di4rpretation of the word.
e. dental. The hitter was referred to criticized the action of the City Governor 'Terrel to offer a teward for Within th~ iast few months we have
".- ak. .f one of the popu- the nance committee to report Mo- Council. In disapproving his action of the" apprehension of the. Ideer. seen financiers to whom the people
. -rks the department store of AIy night. removing Comptroller Morgan from -.. had hesitatingly entrusted their
S.am Johao & Son. Is off on a Ordinances en .eading.e, and intimateda that if this city h a ill I d moneye.posed as knaves. t
&. -.mn of two weeks, which he will Chairman Maldoa the fiance had the recl or the referendum, the ( 00 People are no longer surprised at
in MItgoery M ie and s o itte th odi'- y Councite s action wuld be con- a. dishonesty in high places. They have
.Aa itie* MAdright to uild a tra a "Whereas. The action of the mayor Ucourse and the phrase "tainted
.r'- teendants wore before d tine. BThis aet n.. eln. smuh dane l i riew to be -, money" has become a by-wo i nd a
lr ie we ered to S r ~ the mrcipal on gros mitt~ that harmony between the mayor and By Associate of trust on the part of the ofie-hold-
.. 010o -.t s. an era and finanier, but. when we sEe
a oi for trial. O is orin me. r ws a -s the City Council which. in the Interest t. Petersburg, J a er and naners, butwhen we see
five defendants were discharg. A the city, should exist; therefore, peror Nicholas is sendi salan these men show a ilspositlon even to
endant bu hrndd OV o mid To A n to C beIl. -4 tm" u rthe thi elT lUsO til* THM t Im
Ida nthties caes toa te su An hme to t Iatl, Go ne mebets of plenipotentiares to w gton in ua de ro t ume ot
horitie. two cases otr a RI f Wdy to t-Ldle is Council rese~aas -n-arranted-ga faith is montrat t tNb' call a halt. .' *
several parties given jail se- Bear Comay for Tck on a te published e.-Itlclsm of It by the by the fact of clothing the th poW.- We sa, tob es. hIming ap
n ei and fines imposed aggregating Certain PWertie of ellaen- Street. mayor, the statement that a majority ers to negotiate and conclude a treaty, hawing over the eases of t~ese power-
Be it ordained by the Mayor and di' not vote to disapprove his action but in his appointing several high ful wrong-doers, instead of treating
.Councl of the City of Peasaola: and the insinuatioh that they did not on ers, five it is believed, who are them as they deserve. Although we
I nim.d States Marshal McGourin Section 1. That there is .hereby vote as the evidence: warranted or specialists in the various branches of may not realize it but it is gradually
who has been absent from the city for granted to the Lewis Ber Company. s the people of P cola would the subject connected with the nego- becoming a pagan nati thesee evils
.'me time. having gone to Washing- Its sOuccessors and inamgs. theI right bave voted under Ihi lr chrcum- tiationla, as advisors of the Russatn are permitted to exias tase most
n as escort of a marine convicted of to conetruct. maintain ad use a spur stances." plenipotentiaries. In this way delays men do not perform er full civic
-- r murne t lty y0y railroad track diverging from a track On roll call, all present voted for incident to referring the peace propo- duty.
returned to the it yesterday on Jefferson street, wheh the Gulf the adoption of the resolution except sitlons back to St. Petersburg for the "Citiens should noa e strict party
Sing. The marine is charged with Machine Works has heretofore been Alderman MoHugh who asked to be consideration of various ministers men. 'hey should p et st men and
u. forged orders for registered authorized to constreua t (by en ordi- excused on the ground that he was which always causes loss of time with honest measures, anf Vote for them
,- nance passed March l. 1M4, and not present at the meeting to which- Russian diplomacy has bee avoided without regard t~ partisan bias."
approved April 6th, I8, o.f which Mayor Bliss's Interview referred. Japan will also pursue similar plans. .
'ihern Hotel arrivals:J. H. Col- the above ns4ed ordinance is amenda- The Counell then adjourned. e had -iai e
..a c: ; Geo. Amsperger, Ohio; a tory), at a point fitoeen (15) feet ,, POINT LACE. neAVY KAIN s
a k'r Baltimore" J s Rosier, south of the south line of Maqnolia
r .. ....o . ^ ..street. extending along Jefferson A SAN FRANCISCO PHYSICIAN The 3,lt .f the ei t am sFI AV TD $FFIP
1 P" Rose. Baltimore: W. Wells, oth ee d S, fut llI nttT et rSeA. or th r eLATu I Ka TI
S;chad. Birmingham: D. K. Ab- Section It is a condition of the Ui Herpcide Succeseully in Treat. A tte known example of inventive
.lacksonville; Wm. R. Passano, rights and privileges h eby granted, Ing Sycesi- of the Bard. g enuIs in woman is that aeorded by By Associated Press.
York; J. L. Edwards, Dozier, that the said spr track shall be con- .. Barbara Uttman of Saxony and her Denver, Colo. July 3.-The eastern
A C. Commons, Jacksonville; L. structed so as to Sot Interfere in any He says: I recently treated a case la fa Iabt railroads entering Denver are experl-
,er. Mikon. way, or impede, the trade n any of sycosis (similar to barber's tich') point ce so long shionable encing the ost serious delay n traffic
L b part of saCl streets, and the am of the lower lip. with Newbro's Herpi- over the world. Ste invented l that hIs occurred I their lines in
Landrum baseball team, a- gratee, its accea ors and assigns cide. There was an extensive loss of s and apparatus for manufacturing several yards. All- f the eastern
fr 'd by a crowd of rooters, will shall at all t ep tat portion of teard with inflammation extending this beautiful handiwork, which has roads were unable to get their trains
,cit this morning for ill- the street between its raUis ad for well down on the chin. The result of since given employment to males of in Denver on time Sunday and those
o ere they are scheduled to eihtee (1) laches on either side the application of Herptrwen was most operators and which, in its ie, has leaving the city had to go so slowly
: team of that place in a con- thereof in the same go condition, gratifying. The loss of beard ceased, never been excelled. The apparatus that they will, as a rule, be late ar
a afternoonn eThe local tea and rat, as te Cty shll keep or and a new growth of hair is now tak- looks lke a long pinaushon bittling rivingat, their destinations. The trout.
., d condition and the boys ex- se to be nept. the adjacent potions lg place over the once inflamed area. with p arranged to outline the pat.- Me.s used h unprecedented rains
S play even for the defeat of said streets; -I whenever he City "(Signed) Melvile O'Neill, M. D. tern or design. The operator manages I Nebrtska an ansas.
Sred them some weeks ago. Qall pave. r otherwise Im- "8456 Howard St. ^or -" The Burilngtr h had ,50t feet of
a u.n to the baseball game there prove the prt s of the streets ad- "San Franelsco Cal" -from te to fty peculiar spools, Io trek wauled out between iArpahoe
h er sports, and the Landrums jacent to said trak. the saIM ,grantee Herpicide kills the dandruff germlig the th .d to feed over te p- and Hollbtook and it became neces-
a to win a portion of these, shall, at the same time pave, grade, and permits the hair to grow abun- tahatly until the design M completed. sary to e the Union Pactmc tracks-
a or Improve to like aner the space dantly. The spool pr bobbins are purpolyof The tie-up s causing elay n the
a good day to begin a using between the rails sd teks and Sold by W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist. different colors, o as to be easily dis arrival of delegates to the worth
S on L on and Vanilla Ex- for eighteen (1) ces either side and apothecary, 121 8. Palaton street, tinguishabIe. The process is slow and League convention here.
k your grocer for Blue Rib- thereof. Penacola. Fla. Send 10c. in stamps dlffcut to learn. Miss Uttman found- .-
Ai : 'n and Vanilla. Takes less. Section 3. That th rl es had privi- for sample to The Herpicide Co., Dte- e schools where thousands learned it. g u
S perfectly, leges hereby g teshall be subject trolt, Mich. See her time when inventive ability Readf A ll T his
r was rare even among men, her Ideas I
i b a t c mhl have been Incorporated in the construe- ---
tion of machinery by which the lace is a t, -of Knbw the Me When


produced at wondertal low~ rates. and This Informution May Prove of
IBarbaraI Uttman's lace still ur- Inf te Value.
. TWO KIM DING LM IS Ipases alL-London Quee nt. c. to.


and Wwer. The MIRAa.E is dw 14006w sta ggered air eeffs,
and asit is paod. uft not erblock cm put them an -the maret.e
It gives you a bowp or sir,

Absobtly Dry,, Cod htSoiibct a r d Wanhin Winter
No bilH 6r p ~Ut gj6y esoatttingrich looked
ing. mM ,in wudato ~mwini bring fMfy per cn
more thm ma 4d wood or look
in Dou% n'tpei n bi J~ IM 69wA oi a afewyar.ok
chea ao ~g- inh.- q Pre tar locs ofyour
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Twee s. a mas. sen t Pensacola to know how to be
When General Trepoff was chieblef of cured of pain annoying and Itchin
police In Moscow, before tim- stab- piles. ive remedy or all Itchi-
lishatet of the state liquor mon eoly, meat of p for piles, echema,
he woa told from the Mne quarters tc. One application relieves and
to suppress the orgies at popular r- soot-be= Read this testimony of its
sorts 1p the town. A few days later merit:
the police raided the principal resta- Ms.. Mertias, ItaSr ,' vebc in-
rants after midnight, and the next tde a street. L : "I used Doan's
owning General Tiepoff asked of his Olataet, which I procured at. Sidney
ngdAt master diretenoms for the pro. IKahd's dm tore, P Ro 9 Soath Pala
Caution of one member of the Imperial ox street, for ecaSms which had



a-tt ended thee. different doctors B without obtain,
alag ymarwoe bjto When one aty-
nw* .4 cent ot --di ls -Ointment cured me
The little retuare ,hich ea the It wis nomo thanurat thatI shou ld
difttion of ownIeg m re le a be pleed to let others know o f the
feat than arny 1er owa g m he woiaertnl s 'e ad created wion.
i t ehe p dopt wokh fteraty It Is obtain sufferers
.1g Idao Sa" o fh en0 one10f-N
010 eo. .. A _- ft tff W Upon w e i met cured.


0 e^Il the _. .r a r* byte n*- 50., ue a
ahe little reatu witch be t -t Is no WthaMisab t I should
Ie aan -any oWm knOey, uigminhed woudei t thi sw Y icar United
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aases the malt kernek before use; m eigfal the
rv injust, accurate relative propor'Utions MGES
i the beer is cooled in pies, where the air, even "fietared
wc"uddd The wort that to be

erican Queen
lopper to tns, and after a on t thebotting plant pipe
orouhiy insure its violation protect. Ather nvti
akin and preserves the carbonic gas to beiredinbo 4
or. Finally, even the machinery tmeefor leam nma isckmeivmy A
bae* laviah precautions make AmeltAa e -
yor can buy at the re bee price. ? as to
par 0tme- a4nd return esavinginto qaity o 0 grm utls
m for Americam Queen whwer evo driik beer.
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PICNIC TO-DAY

AT ELECTRIC PARK PROMISES TO
BE A GRAND SUCCES--BIG
CROWDS EXPECTED.


All arrangements have been com-
pleted for the 4th of July celebration
at Electric Park to-day by the Odd
Fellows of Pensacola, and all indica-
tions point to a large crowd being
present as a large number of tickets
have been sold.
This picSni ia given to raae Yunds
for the entertainment of the Grand
Lodge of Odd Fellows which will
meet in Pensacola next year, and as a
large number of visitors will be here
from all parts .of the state, the lc1al
lodges will esn or to entertain them
ind such a ane& that they will always
remember their visit to Pensacola.
SAll kinds of sports and asements
wll be carried but, including baseball
between the Orioles an Barracas fore
a cash -prie, sees, Skating Sink,
Dancing with musile by the celebrated
Barrios's orchestra ad4 1 grand Irs
works display at night.
Large crowds are pe* fsom
Bagdad and all who -tOead are t:
sured of spending a a o nIjoysbhe
4th.

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... i eLte.lewSe they eedthe Act h athego.ernBtte b -- .. try. siobute a
wombout tpeopldthe. i waoin g swe n tralled prettha pt ovMr. -" 0 Tt
I4NQ AWAYT on the work ta that ditch sad iv. al oandthoe ids iaSw t thtad lve Mr. Wallace the Job at his WM. H. KNOWLMS, PrFMMot. E Tb, oPr saa k.or, amr Iwm iw moey
When you wee the ity st yetr Nor do they want that khiad of work, ad they come to this. eomtry to make own solcttio, and at a salary which 'S. W. BurKT, Asso Cash. e.A M EN.T 0-i ^
*'ner vacatle hev The Penae:la as has been abundantly shown by the it their permanent boe.. he himself fied. He therefore expect- .
.Jetrnal follow yoe. Netify ciwrula- steady street of retnIrnu AlScrtasI Great care oia t be tlken ;to avoid ed that he would stick to the job, an-
.io. manager Pheae a. who became disgusted wit the condi- the unloading at the m element on less he lhad a better reason than the SI9ANl'
tiot on the Isthmus during the first the South. 'We do not care for such a offer of a bigger salary. for quitting it. m D I
.hours of their stay." class. The lag tracts of arming Under the 1 rcmestanced the see t '. f'S -, 08X11 nOUS
Hip, Hip, Hurrah! There has been somae talk aboot the lands that are awaiting settlement in tary talked pretty plainly to Mr. Wal- PRAK HA So
labor unio ofa the United States op- all parts of lorldb a will make homes lace, giving him to understand that he Nw ope. Jst one block N.
Here's where the toy patol gets in posing the importation of Chinese la- for a class tha we desire to locate regarder his conduct as unworthy of N -- H t ladies
s .ey worel fb"orers. to bulid the Panama Canal, bat here. PosNpesae of a samcWeat amount a man of his position. And the sere- tiM Oes day ad night
--- _there is no foundation in fact ftor such of industry and tocate on farms, the tary was about right. Merely because pD s' M 9. Refir ents
c th a. t*tme because it Is quite certain class we most need woulM caue not he was offered more money and a job f times U p t r city
secretary of the a Navsy Bonaparte -that ther climatic conditions on the the slightest ameoyance. that he liked better, Mr. Wallace 0 COR CWVALLOAND ZAMRA
another mugwump. Voted for Cle- Isthmus make it impossible to induce One feature of the coting into Flor. wasn't Justified in embarrassing the C A AND ZARRA
lead. Ameriane labor, whether it be union ida of these people will be that they wor.vrnment as he did. The work on
o, BGn-Uiou, to iegage in canal work will settle on ther own farms and do fte Panama Winal ha T reached a stage r y,. n I A -- r vV
Looms was rewarded or his arle ee th wld their own work Th are renter wr d hen the eel while or S e, Wa OW r A
Lor tl nehat l-be uilty of *a crime were it to er cr day laborers, but to most cases wUI the preaeme of the dominating mind L
Sin that Veneselan sdal Aaeriean laborers to go toana. r. ir lands, aul0ate ad Improve of the undertaking. Mr. Wallace direct- W. Hye,
with an appointment as omcialt under- ma and cause them to die like sheep them and be a class of property own- ed about everything. Now there must ...w i AN..
taker. In tne big dkch of the deadly fevera ers Istead o waerers from place be a vast deal of confusion. Perhaps*
WN the country. A the present time to place.uelbe Sa* the nalwork has partly stopped. ITe ta A cu n s ad ,9 f -11
tg M=there is some doubt it eaf wanIry authority aw hasn't, thefore must be uncertainty asat
The Memphis omme it admiso f coo le la. All May War Utmsl. to what should be done in some of _
takes the baseball averages so serious borers ,to the canal one, but A is you like the appearance of Uncle the most important branches of the We cV.w our own Ilias of x-- Vesel- d -rgs *.1paee AS OR Ai *"O
ly to heart that it has begun cw hag safe to say that this question will be amL# army or navy lotn4 and ca0e work. y e l trett r ,il-, IWSi. Patrae Tadnmo, ai mter *Mw .eble .r
o h a in prn a t--t. tte b wor thex en peto wear them yurslf there is othg Both the president and the goseere- n Ita, Pa, Au ta~n e!lb.b
about tA tW t 5t tworkInt by ha atItesanet sve.sion, to prevent you dotng so, if you can tar M of war have been greatly dJp-atis WM 8.. pa IS, UUgl s, ggy ablNA TW
pahssmin anm aatdMy orwaf g thek empory, make they proper oe with the talor, pointed iLn Mr. Wallace. They felt Nowhchy, HwedenS De.m ar, __ft_.__ IV
Secretary Tat says h" ere's o nes.a a or The wr depat e t has just bees when they had secured him as chief foresher upea .untes AIS -m
st for the af mediate appolntme t nof .le.asads ofr at ernth gri e d B t R Xtheeaeer th hey wouldsh be relieved ofb -
.... .m.,,._a_.e_ =.TSLwhobean-meels es withthendlthe unloading atthdunk elmen.t. fae the had&'betterowosowtntthanveiegn
a successor to the late Secretary Hay. for theS goodh -edmth ca e fe u and who much fe of their responal bi ity. He had
W er If he has a lightning od Wp?* .. ToE PAMthA LESir. o s pr.ists I mtracs t he she rat no fm.t beinrgumsnc business
How that Ge toseral N.a0 gs In tP h m r tatson In his eWg ouraldbe bcot aff .th a onc th wrnoieadta the her T o a P ab'hs.odut -at sO ... -r --y :
1 b10 ee5 aeyu for J wy. hPbho bm lo-- saputa futn canaofho w houtio Anthead.Th
teto reply to I s o a ... i fc fr the law was tyaefully studied Io t was fat was forced upon them that they A

he can conveniently attend to. cIne- ch sels? he hatthe m t for eIn vr res et wnt promii.b WO OR
ontally he may find the autograph The American cittoen t rament and t s a bile gal to the It may be that after all the troubleI 1|IV S
Send more troublesome than the I-e. o.b. array in pubM thel ns.--iapa withMr. Wallace was that he was SS oS
tNs of Russia whom h-e ousted fm n th e anaoregner. H erald. He didn't know f armsand Tdo yee Pan &"PootMrIIeRache dastLgW
Loois wfa rs ewareho rhi oustle The t maseed whom the manuacturld. ,awhe the treI was until the got on the for ,*. EJam, R-C ..... ms.
Part Arthur. e sa robbed for more than a ee o muewd's e e e e lJ .l. n o Isthmus h ad heard the dreadful tales k,~nN@k l EESES .wig
e Itatrienezueaysci taryn are eSno g robbed worse than governor dypalb er sata hia about it e say be the fame of being m a
The Taipa Triue says: llr eer; it the foreigner who cansb uy e tlanc dgsn t by ppoInt- kawn to ulrtory as l the builder of the Go
tank K. Harris has launched the g. Amricd gooB at living prices. hPCoillpry Tt Pramoelast Na canal did beem so desirable in the g, O i S.eoptspd f
Tr.,lthersmerdoutcanno.H aysuthorit000shnteeube crata W
aatorial boom of Ultor Geo. W. Wil wa te dess. He o e s Aorcdda% BMti. face of tohantee ofa being a victim teo f u
ta of the Times-Union. Col. Wilson either sell or buy ae on terms Adi N. P. Bryan, Jakvi ad c ilan Another engi o t neer-in-chief has been A CNERAL B.oNK.NG i IN
is an accomplished jornalist, but the tated by the Trust. members of ea o for found, and the work will go on, but -o
Tribune is not prepared to believe that No MW y x s0 lt yortustao esery the is toaothin ll T~to t1embers doubtlesspt the ~r det I thinking the
Phe willcoosent toienter the area "Youmusateselltroyour"wngtverm-h caiino.oweb s ly as h hod io wn e t he t . !I,@
Tplitis for what latle mofr might meat as cheaply iou sell to the -* presidet took hold- a't he permitted 01 ofNSA
e conferred upon him If succestfula. ftrtyegr-else we will buy of the for e hoeae he impression to go out that t. eat Te PEOPL 'S BANKO N S L lA
ilut th ARer.nt CAy Gov e rnor Broward pleas probability e corn- a
CWINErIhE LAsB lihngrORERSu?'Th4Eee wi te, years,. Tweo of e go", persist -atK.tI S. o Cmi mm MiV [prCb.
Until sanitaGy conditions upon the te for theItsen? Inois118 tocate theState iersty. akdfthea more money and more time to cut a tteS 'It dyed atd s
If t: foraJuly. Ituo isogok.g-tFasholorsdhead. Theereke legebmfor"or!a
Isthmus of Pantea are getly oi- dktrade-the eraldr t canal acros the i-sthmuws than the I sad ds rlivcu..mt
proved the question of labor will be natural right to bay in the best mar- n o most sanguine of the canal's friends .. ASc. h PINCH, PRO
the most important with which the ket-why Shouldn't I have the same Floride Symeert thought probable when It was deeOed 10 L b grerneno
ocials Ian charge have to oatead. It n re g m y g sf% you, an evr It i soothing a uestanlog to the to adopt the Pe antama route. Phehlas. iO. Peiwape
l-s been demonstrated that h Amenyr- ihl eAe Bran tn people of Florida to remember that an be.af lt .. 9 Fr
lo caoret tive on the sthu alnd i very bearable a this ady s steaFERENCE IN NAME s 'Ih h wa
perform aal laer far any length fe t .gg h breezes. The s eis h*d rd- m ,wns ea P.e the w Zln iC ace .
Time and the proit.p etl to secure l d Atw uet s BYr.T wsti A L unt ...e. Jnth
aInroes from Jamaica was recently ad- bi5 tm ,ae te m tBo 1 eba market wesman glanced at sbni gle-p, -- ou. .. .. .... se k -t | B ..........
vaced as a oto of he problem. T ~f or the cutting of a sge man retreating gre of a lean, lank cw as n a - -
The laUt scheme that ha been ad- life In aB the history of -the state.- tomer and remarked: '1 wish that te\- of
Mo ad is the em says: t ofiee I Tasapa Times. lowa wbuldblearn to talk United States. -Aand
SA Tip Per M by any squiteage and after awhile I
has the oHowings to say uced the 11 g-uuA Sabomae I f lam 1 A.telcog to te .prts a Amett. r das (=1a dit sadT bad to fea ter a e oafben Teg I ctim K JON S, MANAGE
b-oom ofogtount -t. d sH river ound o t that he wanted bluefi-sh. GJ O.WV.IA Brown, NS -
sas oft Peampyed InCoannalcn wond theN rais %aod s Ato Where did he come froma? New aeng-.APBNIG
asr oa lansythatotheyhral brvte correspond with Tr street mbrofm- 0= 1. he ays, and caBms thiognda by then t ewoSkwi.
Tre Isnoe prten aabeporb ve whathe ag- .vm Palys t each NeWas names they do down there.
fewcSam.n who are elye h *"Strage tha a few mies should We he everything thqe thers l --ave-


waste w__out ny serMess ---t tlme be t ork nd h.h be wats clams. Hw ia thiht det and the evi U'et ability. But It appears that there 1 V cago was twent m lra. Thy ite was as bad a alt Ommlm ean who cade tw l. t keg Georia a e Syru p .. .. *
a latens preit among the Pmana- decided to mak the a a eighteen lt a mt market whee I worked ria Syrp, per g ..... .. ** .. .. ......... .


.BMa agalast the C ie a the oo. ,,a..,a,, res show The Pen.- o,.. Ths a.l Was .i oe sad a us if we had a sa- I pnr H' S "-w,.n' l"' "- ." "" "" *" ". ... 9 I r.w ""
try which has bred a hostility similar "e f- t a a fe cfor two or Pthe d m .d fisulted in vory duck. ThisI s no poultry shop.*h Pe 8as go-arK. Se a'k per po " "* ** ** *, .ut RAL TAT. C
to thatOfes" tatters of De ola circulation or each t said I. 'I know it,' replied be. Then Tennesee Butter 10 ound.... * ** ****- S T ARND PI
aamy's time. While the ative day during the month of June, 1906, e their live S eh..SS tAery Why do youask for dck? maid I. Cr amry Butter, er o ARo Rd.......T
s sith in gs h ed n t with th a~ g number of copleBs t w. e di 's "t in .m rpoe he w n --To atoes. 2 pon Ca ns, per a ..
S ogthe o ol te w u W% m ..Not thewor pk, One dozen Caws Corn.. bmuW
MLaeua ina*...eof themi o a old. unning s0i- -,.
the arwes the wIsd. ees a M thewed.ehe bkjon5 I Jwe i440In tbnf the or pigs lver, as the overrefll caWl a Thee ae "bed roc C
being most patkat and edustrtms hoe J ne 1' 44 "scence of rart is too t"-Nw or P. s a a- Be Et
Ia able to Ivfe where orinary men JUm S 3- u simple to take o a0. oboutd Or phOne yr t Ts ate of Inter
weald starve to death. Those who -J.s.a 4 47 Jne 19 .. a passenger T fww *--i al -re to OSmeS IIn *. mS .

oe wham th witlown aola otionlof *0 1 Jst 22 44extend the timer-*aTb he e ato te subject of aseitckiins. TelephssPone-Pdues. e|
Un We-, thay wn ow nsal the a q 8 J 4Al June 23 4A96 has a.chance W r te windy Oe "ofthem L ad:

Tat the Chinam are not popu. am I 4. Jw 36 ... moe a. tad -- I- has that traveledwith mnmyn last i"-
kar under the eircustances is n Jae Y*n Juns e 27 f mad "0-da areVeS tribmt anythingIOVas
ewE with human atures, bat K we h K 4* June5 2 44 theM smd t -Unted all amy eperece befem I WIeMU
wast to have the cnal Wbeft I nthe JUN 4A5 Jme U 45 tw. Wees ab iatreas enon him, but w bet
'steat possible time ad at the mw. ft 45 Jta 4,4a bare Chlie4 avail. He kept repeating, 'Oh, I a o
at practicable cost there is no reason .. 11. sic, I am so sick.' . .
why the canal omislmers should A t 4 da .. .... ..^ "** G inally I eed .out, Cawt yea W
Ot Import Chae'ea. who are anxious i .", "S' anything Year M" -"
1b atf or the 1P0P"e. T2e reasc' pO. Lh .'s -art- 'O.-y a~.. '_hands. Te m. .a* A..-'.-
%r estlding the Chinese laborers I beveby ortifty that tkt above state- 1biIit?' -7 hands4-Hsarer's Weckli.
tr the United States, which was to m s aWst aseMaordi to tho t e-i "WeK at 4Jj .ata
ym the deebsegt of Americ - Is, to. s nce. qeeaa m. SW ii A Pal WIlai -.
of cheap lbor mso a to Itesa the Mgr. 'ved a
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THE COUNTY


COMMISSIONERS


NewM Spul Susi. Last a Md Acupl TMx Ausw's $oINs*


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The county commissioners met in million dollars over last year, the total
seial session last night to accept assessment being, In roumd numbers,
the tax asesor's books and estab- $7.217,000, as against SW1,40,000 last
;:bh the ta rate for the coming year. year.
There were present Commissioners The tax assessor's books were ac-
A c ryr. W gia Steward and Andrews. cepted as presented to the board, and
( (mnmiemsner beamot sla still confined the latter then adjourned to meet In
t" his home by steas5. regular seeamoa next Theoday night.
Chalrtaa Clabbs, Judge A. C.
H .unt, eat Bept. N. B. Cook, of the A mrd.
Siunty g~eol board, appeared before A a-.
'.e be ar and asked for an assues- This is to certify that all druggists
non- of 7 wills for the school fund are authorized to refund your money
f .: the coming year. Judge Blount If Foley's H y sad Tar ai tso care
a each of the other members went your C ogh or Gld..-ft tops the
iw.' the matter fully showlag the cobg. b* hees Ihe lugs Sa prevents
acressity e an t cre la in the cool rios re -a old. Cures la
Srate. ILast year the rate was Orippe co" plwa tes pneumonia
n :ii and asa aerease of 2 uait. this An d mmm Ol ps so opiates.
-a wiUl add only about $11,0M T e, WSdS i W e
< the school tfud. The board felt ue Soltaes. W. "Slemberte,
ma this amemut was absolutely aeces- Druggst ad AotkoOt*, t1 S. Pal-
-,ry to carry on the schools during frx.
* he comt=n year. On motion the mat-
:er wat laid over for consideration at ALL CHILDtREl UNDER 12
the meeting next Tuesday night. YEARS WILL W Uin iLE FREE,
The beard then euiered into a die- INCLUDON I RAILROAF PARE, AT
easeion of the tax rate matter, but THE MAM NOUA BtAF PICNIC,
decided to take no definite action until JULY 4th
the next meeting. ,
The county fnances are now in d gI| I I V
probably the best condition for a num- FI U l II 1 T UL
wer of years and while tne school tax
ina) be raised it is quite likely that
-,me of the other levies can be low. P RMVI
rred. The tax assessment rolls will .I
!-how an increase of over one halt a For the purpose of celebrating the
National Holiday, I, mhaa. H. Bliss,
-s e ........s Mayor of the City of Pensacola, by
S.vi. t d e of the aot era to me v ted,-
I do hereby grant permisaloo to all po.r-


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sons to discharge ftAKrackers and
other wrewerks withia the city limits
between the g arw e midMight of July
3, 1905, and the hoar of midnight or
July 4, 1"9L.
The discharge of any Smoracker ur
over four inches In length la positively
problbited.
Witness am hand and the seal of
the City of PpMacola, this 3rd day of
July, A. D. OS.-
IflZAU Lx 'njja


Attest: Mayor.
B. &S BENARD, Clerk.

Here Ow a dMiew O1t playedd po-
sum." A serpemadt writes: "The
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pm dd* M eft ooab a The chk-
m en de.ms aee *ad was quite
meotiole, mN wes 1.i=ad e the eat
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dea. I Icm Se st ftom the room.
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VOTING CONTEST

CONCLUDES TO-DAY

ALL VOTES WILL BE OOUNTED
AT MAGNOLIA BLUFF, AND RE-
SULT ANNOUNCED AT 15
O'CLOCK TO-NIGHT.

The voting contest for the most
popular y,,ag lady In the city will
conclude i o-night at 10 o'clock at Mag-
nolia Bluff, when the votes are count-
ed and the result announced. The
prize to be awarded the one receiving
the highest number of vo:ea is a hani-
some gold watch. The proceeds of
this contest will be devoted to tle
United Charities and the Sisters or
Mercy. The vote last night wheh
counted stood as follows:
Miss Lorene Bobe ............1427
Miss Edna Smith ............. 744
Miss Eisa old ............... S
Miss Irene Brat l .......... 22
Miss Nora K. Daniel ..........214
Miss Hoor Barett ........... 117
Miss Isabelle Rivers ......... It#
Mips Mamie Lee Benham ..... 200
Mise D k ti ltakell............. 1
Miss H. Blebighauser... ..... ,,t
Miss Manda Robinson........... 4
Miss Maud Armstrong.. .. .... Q
Miss Louise Blebighauser....... 2
SAUNDERS MILL COMPANY
OPENS A CITY OPPlICS-
The Saunderi'Mll Company, located
in the northern portion of the city.
has opened a city oBee, 18 order th
give better service to its patrons Olt-
ces have been secured and were
opened yesterday at No. 29 Bast Gar.
den street, adjoining the office of the
Pensacola Gas Company.
The frm, which was estabUsbed
about a year since, has done an ft-
ceptionally large businosa, and updo
moving into the city has added a hard.
ware and paint department to tle
business, a large amount of stock b-
ing received yesterday.





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always made it coentenut to bave one ootace r Boyrs.s your nt bndle. We
with him against an emergency. ot.BRaee for Olrls. handle arefultly each
2A 5. T L t jumtp. piece mud retunIt IWok-
According to a work on Norway, the Merowitsthe hot. Ig like eW-
*sa4kSheS1 pe^ 1 The Star Steam
explained by sie -0of thle omrtxy ee a J or Gcrls.. The ta
pie as follows: At the creation of the Clabing the Grsasy Pole
worM the angels whose duty It was to T iaUl th Donkey.
this, the guardian angel of the land (iafty Ptg ace. 1 _____
sag4e complaints to the Creator. What Ugest aM grounds.
,v to.be done? Imposebble to testart toat Popular Young Lady oa .. i -.-.--- B-Bi
whole of the creation for the sak*e Grouds.
6 a rway. "Come, 112 a7 ttle T Fa0 r bew married and r IDAT
1be. -Wook catrtf ed 1e r-. p F VWW1-W
M emay stiO a a Btl e Ih Te .-;. : 1s. ,..,-LateDaser.
=ece mbtrlce asn ?lre swnM~ ced later.
Mr of heave, aad a ltte 4ast Sr Spots start pretlIy at 2 o'clock. L C f I 1
H- d they gatred f tt *raperisa -
Sscatted over the Norwesgisa tmREP MaENTS. T$ T9 -
wase Ut.v 0A FULL OR*R MONAROH
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GREED FOR GOLD ALMOST UN-.
VERAL IN AMER ICA A ld
ING TO NEW YORK PREACHER. ,
-- 4.. .. .
Ny Asseciated Press.
.lew York, July $.-Rev. David R a Le
Wylte, preaching last nigbt on "Na
tonal Degeneracy" in the Sootch Pres-*
byterian church, said:
"Greed for sold is almost universal
in America. T use an offensive term
'graft' seems everywhere. this crase
for wealth leads to cheat, stealing, been mellowed e.
lying and many Immoral features In has been mellowed bytine.
business life. Here in New York men Ask for it and ee smoot
have tarnished their names by the, Aor it ge a smooUn
the trust funds of a great institution. old hiskey. Pure because thd
Men well know, respected, high in
commercial and social staton, have reputation of the largest inde-
taken fire into their hands, and it has euai t l
burned them to the quick. We have pendent distillery in the, world
had an exhibition of 'high finance' *
puaied to the limit. We need to 1ml- is back of it.
tate the municipal authorities of Glas-
gow in the bank scandal, where dit- Phone for a case today.
rectors of high standing were sent be-
hind prison bars. The trial and con- Phone 16, Lewis Bear & Co.,
eviction of "guilty men wio have not 404-408 Palafax St. and 2-10 Main St., S
scrupled to destroy confidence in the Pensacola, Fla.
majesty of law; for law ought to deil ,
in the same manner with rich and _ _
"Even at the risk of being called
sensational, I afflrm from this Chris-
tian pulpit that the president of the in
United States in his dealings with
grasping corporations, and ex-Prest- BET MATCH RACES THAT HAVE
dent Cleveland, Paul Morton, State
Superintendent of Insurance Hen- EVER BEEN PULLED OFF IN PEN*
drfcks, Attorney General Mayer and 0-
District Attorney JeromebJave the op- 8ACOLA WILL TAKE PLACE AT
portunity of their lives to serve huc-
dreds of thousands of their fellow FRIAN '
cltiens by righting a great wrong." P R AN P M
Oe Dollar Saved Represents TenC Ol- IA AR
lars Earned.
The average man does not save to
exceed ten per cent of his earnings.
He must spend nine dollars in living
expenses forever dollar saved. That J 10
being the case he cannot be too careful
about unnecessary expenses.. Very ot- FR A SPCIAL PUMI EST 3 IN 5, MILE HEATS BETWEEN
ten a few cents properly invested, like
buying seeds for his garden, will save
several dollars outlay later on. It is
the same n buying Chamberlain's Col- AY JOHN AND LI LE JOE
Sic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It
costs but a few cents, and a bottle or AND
it in the house often saves a doctor's
Bill of several dollars. For sale by al l
druggis& BLDU E RIBBON AND KATIE WILKES.

A Diepattns Celebilty. THkS-EHQORSES ARE EVENLY MATCHED AND WILL MAKE I OOD
An odd ImnpvsMion was that which RAb. TRACK RtECORD WAS LOWERED BY 'ItAY JON"" IN
Oerge Elot.coneeived of Schiller aft- HIS LAST RACE S SECONDS AND HE IS EXPECTED TO OUT TH'S
er her visit to Weimar with Lewee in 3 TO 4 SEbND$ QN FRIDAY.
the Augusttof the year oat "the uaioe,"
38-. Mae was thrilled, she says, by
the legend over 6e poet's odM bo,0 L
"ier whute ler" b something The R mbler
to the nature o limMleamet await- I l l I s .
ed ber within. It was very Intereatlng Aet at V
to see his tudy, left m Its original
state. But when It eame to his skull 0Cp Cl yde Wller.
*"which we saw for the Arat time, we -
amse't t saNneT I ateN NOSBY NEy CRWT JUST IN.
er that she taken further.
pleasure in the coatemplatloa of the .a.... -"
too battering bst and portrait Aand PERNITT TO OARfY
tbma "Rauch told us that Sehiler had "
a 'miserable 8tinre'--a wretched tom- ,
bead," while to complete the dehtroe- -
tin of her ideal abe heard how "Tieck, %PEN TO CHARTER FROM 9 A. M.
the seaulptor, was wont to declare that Under Autpices of TO 4 P. M. AND AFTER
something in Schiler's whole penoa PENSACOLA LODOE, No. 4, JOPPA a P
reminded him eof-a camel."-Pall Man L DO E No. 6, NAOMI REBEK- *A ,
Gasette. AM LOOQS, No. 10, AND EX- --
CELSIOR ENCAMPMENT
PmIdeae t Imeao' w.e&eM. No. 4, I. O. O. F. LANDING, PALAFOX WHARF, AT
President Hayes was In the habit of STEAMER "FLORIDA'S8
wearing a cheap nickel watch while In OLD LANDING.
the White Hoisme and much comment OLDT a II I ira&I
was aroused as to the reason. h av > A"L "S I ---
truth was that almost weekly a depe- tgoL Cal l e 1390 leave o rs
taton of western ladies called upon M
im, always bring na parents of ose HW w. X-
ad to the great father. Of course he A 7V IK.
was expected to give something In e *48 M M
tum, and the object was to find ome- --.wCa -H u
thing cheap and at the same time ac- n3EWORKS D A w w
ceptable. Watebee were a mevelty to v i a
the Indians, aad to present a chief
with a watch which the great father f
aiself had bees carrying always, Ia.- 5 P@ T .
pressed mim greatly. Having discover. -
ed this and not caring to distribute Bas Ball between two local eama
gold watches or ev silver onees, Mr. special prie for player wha nooks AIIV WA'
Hayes hit upon the expedient of buy- bal farthestS w-' ...


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Tralas leave Unloa Depot at Ow-
a. a., :403, 8:80, 8ad wev y a,
thereafter nsawt p ., A returatlg as
*: ADMISSION INCLUDING FARE6
s CENTT.
The committee rserav tfe riatw to
refuse admission to objeeUoptae
parties.
Holder of ticket tIs entitled t eOm
chance in following prise. Coope
to be deposited In box m ngrmunds,
Drawing on arrival of 8 p. a. train,
Arranment CommlUtte--O0. 11.
man, R. J, Kearsey, W. Haegaa.
Prize&
1.-$15 Suit of Clothes,. donate .
Standard Clothing Company.
2.-45.00 Order, donateJ by I. 0.
.-Oue Droes Pattern, dmateg Ir
Green & Watsaa.
4.--One Fine Hat, donated byW. M.
Falk.
5.-One Fine Rocker, donated 1am
Marston & Quina.
6.-One Fine Center Table, donated
by Forbes Furniture Company.
7.-Half Barrel Obelisk Flour, da-m
ted by Lewis Bear Company.
8.-One Year's Subscription to The
Journal, donated by The Peasseot
Journal.
9.-One Pair Feather Pillows, dofmb
ted by Rader Furniture Company.
10.-One Pair $5.00 Shoes, donated
by Wm. Johnson & So.
11.-One Pair Buttons, donated by,
J. I. Stephens.
12.-Egyptian Bust, donated by Uy
an's Variety Store.
Other Prlas.
Best Lady Dancer, waist buttons d4,
nated by F. M. Anderson.
Second best Lady Dancer, bottle co-
logne, donated by Hooton's Pharmacy.
Best gentleman Dancer, silk urn-
brela, donated by W. J. & B. Forbes.
Second best gentleman Dancer, box
cigars, donated by Wells, Kahn & Co.
Beat Misses Dances (under 14 year):
one pair shoes, donated by Meyer Shoe
Co.
Best boy Dancer (under 14 years)
comb and brush, donated by White'a
Pharmacy.
Boys 60-yard race, 1 bicycle lamp,
donated by King & Ranyan.
Girls 50-yard race, one set tennis,.
donated by F. C. Bruce.
Mens race (over 18 years) K5 yards,
one box cigars, donated by Jos. Quina,
Young means race between 15 and s18
years, $2.50 pocket knife, donated by
A. M. Avery.
All Children under 12 years
admitted free, inchudfg
railroad farce.

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EXCURSION
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Mobile nd New Orlebu
JULY 19
....Under Auspices of

Cotton Screwnm, No. 2,
of Pensacola.
Special train will leave uani
station at 11:10 p. m.
Returning, train will leave New O0
leans July 17, at 7:30 p. m.
FARE.
To Mobile and Return..........*,g
To New Orleans and Returm....549
Special provisions will be made fo
white pamengers.
COMMITTEE.
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d Timy^Wpn idSedtyST Here d pb m yn ,NAIOAL, OF TOIPEK-A. lmsm
SEA U T 10 1 A CLOSED BY OROER OF COUP flly, 1 w .he "
; ~ERFECT B AUIFIR. Wh Ma so that ever rve ors from the law t ofTROLLERU E
astteis. is the only ha.rmlessprep. The slightest Jangle Jars, University of Geori la competitibn B ILITE OVER ILRLION. the wAM LteIsOtNh andit
; u*t omplet y outrLteSA. He's suffering from Overwork- open to the wbol Unerty Mr. BI OVER A Wb the t ood it
B ,bdabt'mlshe. trees of eae. worry, a1 It cannot be gars. Yonge also won tbd "J-A dy Writer" ,n t sd.tes.. 'Rf and ever bc ser
sMi exposure. Aftyr yeafe warwis medaL After grad utie, Mr. Yongo Iu thefeel symptoas of sore moi
hage sus l stk manuee from ate te, When Woman has an aching hea, was admitted to t s tate bar and By Assocated Pr har d solle
s~ te ain el oftslem inr a nd e very plain that she later went to Atlanta where he was Topeka. Kan., July .-The First COPP ..'Ccid Pots l y c0
a s e by di Fraternity, Mst lower go in Church and admitted topractic in the United onl Bk of Tokeptof hinak-- -- 'S
e eLUa to y ad a fi ft U a they e But not Society. J. Devlin is the principal stockholder,. m S iocmo r
at twety alan% eed b men with hesame ety Mr. and Mrs. Clyde W lson lt sn. ailed to open It doors to-day, having i ote ad-
w iee aOals. eauiola remove sthe When Debtante contracts a cold nray night for Baltimore to attend the be losed bt order of the co m an j. S. &. Q -a --" ""- '- s
C o, ---RLR. aL&CaEI3AD. PIN .i "1iS patnt at glance. Christian Endeavor naiond co wen- .... been closed by er of the -o---te. 5 "" -a hd orm, best
WaIUKL,. SCARS. SALL FOX iP- It came from sleeping la a draft- tioe to which Mr. Wilson As a local ATINOLA a a ,a ., guar. troller of the currency. The gdve h
TIES sad all DISFIGUL'ING SUP- And not from breezy Dance. delegate. wanted, and money refunded it It fails, went officials are making an e I out say
UO L rPrim loentw.EV.RYwBOX to remove the wolt case OfPreckles, tion of the bank's affairsetodaY, obrue u* A wa "" "." "- f" i o.
or saml by le agdrogWess or seat When little Susie grumpy feels, Mr. F. C. Horton. ecompaaled by Pimples, Tan, Liver Spots, Sallowness, will give out no statement. Three or . A. o$ 1S, r ca,,
A B t o And tells a tale of woe. his father Mr. F. S. Horton of Mobile, Black-heads, or any other skin ern- four hundred depositors were in line a. 3. 8 ech.tain, aminrt m
E. ItBERRY CHEkMCAL CO, Too much she's had of Buttered spent Sunday in the city with his wife tion in 20 days-leaves the skin clear, at 9 o'clock. .kind. TB I to s for home_ ta- an aaM
Dept St. Louia. Bread- and son, all guests of Mrs. Landfn.m soft, healthy and restore the beauty On the door of the bank appeared out WfT- W ii
Smeastoah book mailed free upon reque. But not of Candy? No! ... of youth. Thousands testify to the the notice: .W
The Presbyterian at HUil Mission merits of Satinola. "The bank is closed by my orders. ,1 ,_,,_.__
For this Is human nature, son, picnic on Bayou Texar was & elight- lMiss Bessie Miller writes:-Levy's. Comptroller of the currency has been
You'll find It to be true: .-ful affair. A livery turnout was at the S. C., Aug. 9, 1904. "I am delighted communicated with and. will send an
We're very loth to lay the blame car to meet the gueot" and an abun- with the results of Satinola. Of the examiner who will make a statement.
On things we like to do. dant and delicious dinner was served many preparations I have used, Stl-1 "W. H. ROSSINGTON, THE
-Edwin L. Sabin in Sat. Ev. Post. to the large number attending, includ- nola is the only one I have found to "Vice-President."
--.4-- ing many visitors as well as the om- positively remove freckles and clear Following the closing of the First OltUseHl DUTY.
WHIPPOORWILL CAMP. cers, teachers and scholars of the the complexion. One of my friend National bank there was a slight run! would ill
rs. L.- L. Crist af little son Beryr Sunday school. has used It and is very enthusiastic." on the Central National bank in which ito peclse
a.. spending a few days in the city. Price 50c and $1.00 by leading drug- Mr. Devlin also is a large stockholder. wrtt He sou
They will return S8nday morning ac Miss Mabel Gonzales has returned gists or mail. Cash to the amount of $300,000 was v2a ate a balr-brea
companies by Capt. Crist who will from Montgomery where she has spent National Toilet Co., Paris, Tenn. Sold deposited in the Central National to' la tity or
remain in tamp until after the Fourth the last three weeks with her sister In Pensacola by all leading dealers, offset the run. J. W. Gleed stated dra and
Miss Cora Coleman of Pensacola Mrs. (Dr.) Pearson. later that $700,000 worth of real estate ho be the
joined the band of merry campers $300,000 unlacumbered Topeka pro b et. He should
Tuesday evening and has since been The many friends of Mrs. (Captain) erty, the other $400,000 in coal lands e to yth
participating with ara'ent test in the Rogers will be pleased to learn that a| x| s g a|0 g BIn southeast Kansas, had been turned e esto h
1 many pleasures to be found among the message to friends In Pensacola an- |0 E in by Mr. Devlin, together with $700,- avoid the handle
Whippoorwillites. ounces her safe arrival In Liverpool 000 in life insurance. Mr. Gleed a- .. feror buga as
Time hies too rapidly to suit the in- Saturday after a lovely voyage acsoross. Alerted that the Central National was any ot.er in
mates through the impetus of hunting. in a perfectly solvent condition. He Wh.- he has do,
fishing, crabbing, bathing, rowing. Mr. George M. Thomas and wife of further stated that nothing in the fu- he has simply
wading and last and perhaps most- Nashville, Tenn., are in the city to Special to The Journal, tore would be done with the Missouri duty-no more.
in Shoes Can be found eating-for among the many things spend a week or ten days with his Muscogee, July 3.-Mrs. Gale Boni organization of the Devlln property un-
to be found here is an appetitite im- mother Mrs. N. D. Thomas and his fay and son, Edward are visiting her til after the report of the comptroller
$M atg gj ti WC haW perative and untiring, aunt Mrs. S. A. Moreno. Mr. Thomas mother, Mrs. C. L. Wheat, at Bgdad, her e.-
S It all t shing is exceptionally good; two frequently visited his aunt during motha. er Mrsn the rs National Bank the state h
re Ve < hae.k4 M of the campers having landed four. eral Moreno's life and has a number Int ona l THE
teci d SO h d C teen of the "flnny tribe" this morning of acquaintances among the boys of Mr. Corey Mullins, of Gulfport, of Kansas has over $500,000 in de-
before six. his day. This Is Mrs. Thomas's first Miss., visited his parents and old posits, the city of Topeka $39,000 and DOCTOR'S DUTY DUTY.
reatioan i Extensive preparation Is being made visit to the seacoast and she is natur- friends during the past week. the county of Shawnee about $30,000.rst examine his f e Is
at Floridatown for the Fourth of July ally greatly pleased with her experi- Miss Annie Barrows, of Jackson
celebration. A large crowd and a ence. They are spending their first Miss., who has been visiting her grand- Liabilities Heavy. patient by the light of disease, mu-
A0ZK K D S general good time is expected. anniversary here and later will go to mother Mrs. J. W. Lange, is now vis- New York, July 3.-According to a ence, to ermine tO eermtei'
We are having daily showers which Marianna, Fla., for a few days. iting relatives in Pessacola. recent statement, the First National where an what the good enou
O LLkeep the atmosphere cool and refresh- M rM4ss Mary Mullins, of Powelton, bank of Topeka,Kan., oweddepose s. e mst de-
Ing. IMr. Edward Lebeau of Spring Hill visited relatives and friends here this tors $1,390,000. tm e sad prescribe to Irsto a"
Mr. Earle Wellman and others are College near Mobile is the guest of his week. C n dra need to -fa e tor l to d
days. L. I C kin are lad to know that the fall was generally credited as being one for- bt tae-rt of in your way.
Sor ree O M AND M ENHUTS Mr. Phlle oat is home fom Spring she received did not entirely break of the wealthiest men n Kansas City. e d
t for r MR. AND MRS. GREENHUTSHill College on a visit to his parents her arm. The bone was bent and He was at the head of twenty-six di wh t aaorss the raor dto thi
We hVe 8 Very dainty ste BRLiLIANT RECEPTION. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Oliver on partly broken. Her little friends wish ferent companies, coal mining eote od e re o
There was a brilliant reception last es.her a speedy recovery,. come, prirpton. Tgere his here with
th o large S ed A 8t epiM anld Mrs. A. Sickles and Miss Rita Sk- B. M. Bonifay, of Roberts, attended prises and mercantile establishments duty enscription.
Mrs. Adolph Greenut for their broth- les of Philadelpl andMissYetta Miss Helen Msot vl Brown, of the most active bu teaas men a the .
et Wide ilk bbon er and bride Mr. and Mrs. idward ummern of Mob arrived last even- Roberts, visited Miss Mabel and Jen. southwest. On Friday i*st it was stat. WE HAVE PILLED OVER TWO HUNDRED THO
Forcheimer, formerly Miss Zimmern Ing to attend the Greenhut reception ed that because of Mr. Devlin's ill-
S: C ht. n fOO of Mobile, who returned Saturday and a gest of s Dve D nie Merritt during (be past week. ed that because of Mr. Devil CRIPTION SINCE WE HAVE BEEN IN BUIN
F-nch heel, in flowing evening from their honeymoon trip. heisser. A grand ball was given I n the Mus- ness, the result of overwork, it had ,
The rooms were beautifully deco- cogee hall last Tuesday night, which been decided to form a corporation to A T
col rated in white and green the dainty Mr. Lee Zmmern of Mobile arrived was largely attended and greatly en- over all his properties, worth n the 1 J
color scheme being elaborately car- lat evening to attend the Greenut yed. aggregate, it was stated, about sevenPh Druggist and Aptheary,
tried out from the reception ball where ptio fo Mr. ad r Miss Barlow, whq has been very ill million dollars. This action was .-:.1__ _e ry_ 1
Bunt Orange, the receiving line stood throughout ionrhelmer and is .he guest o. f Mr at the home of Mrs. 0. Merritt will go deemed necessary, it was anonunced.
the first floor and even in the ices and Nathan Forcheierr to Peusacola Tuesday, where it is because of Mr. Devlin's inability to ,
Broken (ocolatAe other refreshments. thought she will have to undergo an longer direct his interests. On Sat.
Mr. and Mrs. Greenhut and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Rosenau and family re- operation. Dr. Dewberry, of Pensa- urday last a corporation, to be known
arl Mrs. Frcheimer were gracefully a- turn this morning from a two months cola was called to see her during the as the Devlin Mining, Mercantile and
asisted in receiving by Mrs. Alex Lisch- visit in Louisana. pat week. Mis Barlow has many Manufacturing Company, was organ.
ld r koff and Mrs. Dave Dannheisser. sna. ympathizing friends. ised at Kansas City IM' Mr. Devllns & WB HAVB IT, 1 TS T.
BOtticdf ween The hostess was handsomely gown- Miss Flossie Varn of Get*glta is the Miss Eva Vaughn gave a party in business associates. The capital stock
ed in a black lace robe trimmed with guest of brother M W W Van honor of her two cousins, Master Ed- of the company was placed at on1 o0 t f tl M cirh
India Red real lacee g. on East oGad den for there summer. die and Rowell Nothwang. of Little million dollars, divided into 10,000I D oW V U
The bride was lovely in a pink lout- on st Gaden for the mmer. Rock, Ark., who are on a visit here shares of $100 each, already subscrlb-
sine silk richly hand embroidered' and Mr. W. A. Perry son of Captain with their mother. The party was ed and paid.
$3 50 wore handsome diamond ornaments. Perry returned Sunday from New largely attede' and greatly enjoyed The shareholders, all men promi-
5 and the hundred or more callers gave Orleans. Miss Vaughn is a charming entertain- nent In southwestern business affairs,
Pair her a ordal welcome thio s c itys e .er and a great favorite among the were given out as follows: Landrum SAYS ALL WISE DOC'Oa. CRUaTS ARB JUST TH
Mars. Joe Herki owi Mrs. Sam Rose- M r. Charles M. Covinton enter- children. After the party she invited B. Ridge, Kansad City, 9,955 shares; WE HAVE ALL BRAND& .
Mrs.t e t e ams sense Mrined a friends on th en Bay St-all, her little guests to ride In the pas. J W. Gleed, attorney for the Central CREAMI OF WHEAT, SHREDDED WHEAT,
na s and er f hen iens tae d a suew friends on the Bay Saevening complimentary to Mr. coach to Cantonement. Fla. National Bank of Tokepa. one share; FORCE, QUAKER OATS,
Width&.ithe most delightful Ice creams, cakes. urdey evening complimentary to Mr. Mrs. Frank Mudge and son, Eldward. Charles A. Loomis, of the City Na. SCOTCH OATS, -RALSTON BrEAKFAST F
dining room, while Misses Emma and Coachman of Jacksonville. and Mrs. Handy Nail, of Rosine, Miss., tional Bank of Kansas City, one share; -DAL BREAKFAST
Bertha Levy and Miss Alice Wagen- Miss Maude Crane of New York are visiting relatives here. Clifford Isted, Kansas City, attorneyare ; CACKED PEAL W EAT,
hem presided at the punch bowlMrs. J. H. Mullin of Powelton, for Mr. and Mrs. Den one share;
MRlm preWside at tAINe pu howl arrived unday h evening and Msldr e Fla., is visiting relatives here. fha
___4_ guest ofTI her cousin Mils Mldreol' Mr. Porter, of Century, has been C. J. Lentry, Strong Ciry, Kan., a dl-
MR. ANDLEW IS ENTERTAINS FOR Kessler for the summer' here on business for the past two rector of the First National Bank of The P Fod Te Sore thb
Sh0 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin King were en- Mr. and Mrs. Max L. sear leave to- weeks. A.nl7e As soon a the corporation papers S Ph sl78 ad 460 te Pu
mntIrtained at dinner on the night of day noon for the Buffalo convention .uby, left for Atlanta, Ga., where the ; were drawn up a special train was
Sheir first wedding anniversary, by of Elks to which Mr. Bear is a dwle- hired and the documents were hurried
their mother Mrs. Andrew Lewis. gate from the Pensacola lodge. They to Jefferson City where they were __-_-,_ _-
The decorations were lilies and' the go to Louisville to join the lodP aOU CA N T A OR filed with the secretary of sta te. re .
occasion was a specially attractive from that city and go on in a special .. ... L-
and enjoyable one. The belle of the train to the convention then up Ghe ,, u I n u
F Ft E' *Lr evening was Miss Agatha. the beauty St. Lawrence to be absent about a The Original.
ful little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. month. To experiment with your health. If Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
Lewis King. you're sick get a bottle of Hostetters Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
Besides Mr. and Mrs. Edwin King Mr. and Mrs. T. F. McGourin nd Stomach Bitters at once and let te remedy, and on account of the great
Sda i Tin ae ethe honorees, the other guests of the Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Marsh left jester make you strong and robust again rit and popularity of Foleyds H ney I
charming hostess were Mr. and Mrs. day for some point up the Sound It has been doing this for over 50 and Tar many imitations are offered
. ,-- -.- .- Fred S. Mellen Mr. and Mrs. Allen where they will enjoY camp life till as for the genuine These worthless I-
Carmnack. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis King they weary of its fascinations, years stations have similar sounding names. IN PATENT KiD AND CO
P anarna H ats and lovely ltle tA Miss Marie Winters and Miss Bet HOSTE ERS Honey and Tar is in a ve:ow package. FRtNO U O VE, MILIT ARY HEELS,
SCHWARTZ-UAREZ tye Ann Mobley of Sherbrook. Ky.. Ask for it and refuse aony sub stitute. RE CUAAN, CONCAVE, MILITARY HEEL.
Cleaned at WEDDING LAST NIGeT. who rhave been the guet of friends STOMACH BITTERS ,d is the best remedy for coughs and PM< WA. $q AND an- WE OFFER THEM
A pretty home wedding occurred in Pensacola, lft last night for home. colds. W. A: ITAtembert, druit MR


wV and apothecary, 121-6. Palafox "
last night t the home of the bride's Mrs. Alice Edens and two nieces will restore the appetite, strengthen
parents, N 245 EaSt Gregory st are visiting Mrs. Seffert at 804 West the stomach and relieve Headache, P
S1when Mr. e. Be Schwartz ande s Main. Bloating, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Co will visit her parents. They expect to
NO. 1 N. PAAFOX STREET G. Glenn,of the Palafox Seddedtreet Metho- tness, Heartburn, Female Disorders return about the first of August. UY UNT YOU SEE THM
dist church performing the ceremony. Miss Davis and her tw'i4ttle nieces and Malaria. Don't fail to try It. Their many .friends wish them a
The wedding was a quiet home one, MisSa anMiss Mr rar Fisher, of Ware. Al.
and was witnessed ony by the Intl-terday noon for their home In Oak Mr. zeFof Ware, AbL
ma eens andrel te T 0 rtis visiting hi aunt Mrs John Bell. THE TO SHOE STO
ta -innCg a d t ere tniyte gus .yinvifted for a more extended visit. with hert big, heavy locomotive to be used on -
o the ceremony te paguests where dell- sister Mrs. Yonge. JUL l the log road.tor t Brew
cious refreshments were served. The Miss Ida Anderso d her guest. ele i'Aerrices here Sunday.
xO P n for -brinewly wedded couple left last night Mrs. W. A. Emmons, were delightfully Mrs..T.L..Bariineau, Of Klodyke,
for S stema bridal tour, and will visit a nm- entertained at the re home of PLEASOF attended church here Sunday.
Is the most convenient Louisville, Cincinnati and Los Ange- Dr. Warren Anderson, a day or two mother, Mrs. CW Lr Whs mvis Bng her,
I te m smoter, rs. C. 1L Wheat at Bagdad,
1sles. They will make their home at Atr
Iad ac r m the latter place Mr. and Mrs. Ieo. Toma. of A ul- l- a t Musco ee wi be
has yet been. deI aed. Mr. and Mrs. IDave -Deloney and Nashville, are the guests of the fer- I a f o o
YToe cant buy complete children have gone to visit his father mere's mother, Mrs. N. D. Thomas, InI lIa freezer of our o *ma-hTobeaa Cl
You ,..--uy.Co ..let iL Castleberry, AhL this city. - celebrated # for Se mah Trouble and C

Mr. c. M c Yoe aeseompanied by his Mrs. J. B. Host two ren of c ab s Stomach and Liver Wa
^rdw--Id x daughter Mis Julia of Mobile, arrived Roberts are visiting Ms. Charhav done me a great deal oC f A
W CIs ed home on the noon train but Miss Cream "a "Being a mild phi,
W Is the guest of Mrs. Walk Get a bottle of Ble Rlbb Lemon My, but it's good! Put si the effects are not npleat r at p
Mrs e. lat erw ... v......r at and Vanilla Extract sad gore your up in any quantity and d I can recommend them to all who W
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PM ALAU-At a bargaI. On e
Datchersa BRerigetor, at 11 U 4 We hall he &d to Iate
Wrilht strwt. Slyst*W thB s dsludar to btWy *ai pro
FOR SALUE AT A LBAOGLI-1 Ian- Spacla tttit to .*ats, lattr
e lad Harnmes, 2 Da 2= *ad Har-. ase, Maktr Loan, and to the Coaleo-
nesI, 1 Pair Platorm Sea 1 thiee-.tiot ot ltaee.
sal Jeray Cow wlt ewmt, .t- 1 rw-
SMcow with ca Applyto uR & C t
Malbosey. Oft N. DBTU ft xlylWl*]Le* 8 OW NW I &


OBa SALB-TwQ New Home 8 awiag
Machines, both as good a. f ew: a..,
one jersey cow. Apply 4906 .
street. jajY.


200 Thelsen Bld'g
Telephone 918


FOR SAI.-Threb 8-foot "lileut
Salesmen" show cases. Lighttnan fr afi
i le.a, l. WrIt-Wf Phone tHT. ...
Dy" AFOR SALE CHEAP-Two New Home
MR SALE.-I am Florida 8tate Agent Sewing Machines. good as new, one
for Fire and Burglar Proof Sates and fine Jersey cow. Apply 405 B. Bel-
vault Fixtures of all descriptions month, Phone 907. Ijlyw
manufactured by Alpine 8afe ani .Sur ho
Lock Company of Cinciaatl, Ohio.i Moyer on the Square-Phone 718--
'Communicate with me for prices and W3 na Creamery Butter per pound
terms before buying elsewhere. Scar- 30c; good Creamery Butter pSe -ouna
ritt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla. 25c; Cold Melons at all times; Goph.
tMane. 1ers, Chickens, Staple and Fancy Oro-
series; good horse for sale cheap.
FOR SALL-17%foot slo..p r'ggel Remember to ring Phone 718.
skiff, 8 foot beam, carries 75 yards ,8janelw*
canvass. In good condition. A bar-
Lain. Waddell, room 2, 28% S. Pali- FOR SALE.-The best watermelons in
fox St. z3Juneim- the city can be found on ice at Can-
FOR SAL. --B& n.tirf .. ... -bl k.-stantine Ceparlsos's, 128 a. Tarragons


PUNTS


ON


REAL ESTATE
Do you know that land*is the basis
of all wealth? In a growing city or
town, uongy Invested in land Is sure
to row.. Pen*cola is such a city,
and. you will do well to invest. If you
do 0nt wish to buy real estate now,
why not
LEND YOUR MONEY
On real estate security? We can lend
yor mouey on gilt edge security with.
out charge to you. We thoroughly in-
vestate titles before making loans,
and make no loans without ample mar-
gins over the sum loaned. We can
get you EIGHT PUR CBNT. Let
your money work for you.
RENT8
Collected and remitted promptly. Close
attention given to this line.
Lilt your property with us for sale.


LESLIE E. ROOKS
80414 8. Palafox, F iQr Building


-a% Wl_.*&au&LJ u y cae ocSt. Zunelme
in New City, also several lots overlook-2,
Ing the city InBlock 80, New City; also r,-BcKp WHUT j t Build you a hoe,. I will give you
WAA Wltrllj *other lots in and around the city. Very Makes fowl5esecl lavor ie on ma tea pP. i 0. Box 288,
A E cheap. Phone 470. J. C. Pebley. i" ~e at fod t b~b& Phot e 310. Joel Prater. Yard at Bay-
V, AN4TD-1- rdies, permanent. pleas-WAINTD.A good cook at once. Ap- fJelm. M. T o PON 3. ee len Stree t Wharf. 8junelm*
SemployeP; expNrience u 701 North Pkfls street. FOR SALE-Steam Auto, almost new PIANQ TUNINL

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opp or tuninY for adanceml at-uaL cash, part cash or real estate ex- OR R NT-Tw o brick sto rt4, 1 I am prepared to do tuningt and re-
Commission.C all t WrAt kee a o e change.Call at room 4, 7% Palafox. and 10 South Tarraem trL ar satisfaction.
WA WM t once a*gt.junelmeDesirable for =-prnadgsifco.1
onglady, positionI neall horse to work c a sp.Ale y aroy'ount BALe-Two pair extra fine wsaiee for to thee p t so t yers pConrad. Scottxr244c i Gre
S-. young mles d and oodree Pensacola. 25nelm
t rerences- Addrensh B 1,Jul or corner abak andorse 5 ts.on S.Grfed. e TOpTUR fallo mS Parties desiring to make the trip up
Fla.t junelw. rwO.S.G il. 4use. Camerasloaded&and, unloaded &etr.eesoundoMry 1EetherantFe

p help. advice, etc. will glito Newpot New Apply P. R. Pearl, overhaul and put your ele- er.weekly trips, leaving Baylen street
Sa:;d willing assistance byap-Box 541 Jacksonville, Fla. ljulylw* tric plant and telephone in first-class whel every Thursday morning st
0onfteailvtion!conditionorInstall a new system, iSM &- -m w'harf every Thursday morning at 6
V he Matr O' St- and ave- KING & HUAI .coamctdag painters. condition or ienstal a Phone25; system. 15- .Pa.a t o'clock. Inquire on board Wednes-
.R.. H-h. d. and 3I storee ute vlrah5wn v a rhne1h. EMeIct rial suppes; --.e 192 on car gile. For 1partloew- day. Capt. J. N. Rogers. 15Junelm
_n i sinhhi A, Slgn painting aspe- ried n stock. 4juelme i of Standard Clothing C COME AND SEE THE HATTER.
STE.-Positio as sawilter by -- l e 1 FOR SALE-Neat coage Hats blocked, cleaned and pressed
onced pllman. Gilt-edged local ent stone basement and tire DO YOU want to bU or sell anythilgT while o w IL Stiff, soft and straw
w.... tsoe "J." this o tat ement an ditir eDO wanttobu yor sos el lnw. w. -
... ,... -re J. thiace. fLJP WANTM1 D block fronting on Bayview Partoot A ite want awil bring hate made as good as new. W. Romo.
,r" -- of 13th and 14th streets. A charming rst-ul. cat I too migllncesat ratet, near People's Bank
-- ., c -ser WA uD-Lady or gentleman of fair locality. A. V. Clubba. to dMlay. SJUe.
A A l> -TheN. Merchts Tra6 e-o e dcat0 W to travel for anm at $20.. R 8 -omeo Bayho. EGLAb MAIL LIN-God covey.
r vn',- yoWt aovtag yam e0 capital. Salary $1t72 per year,' lighttully located. torlroom cottage M.ce for traveli gpublIc. Daily sr-
r. -a P hne nas Te. T.payable wekly" Expenses advanced, at Magnolia Blut adolining Rallroad' Sda W WVW* vice each way. Pr__ +Chipley to Bay-
p, Ph. l ST. 1-eime Address Geo. 0. Clowa Pensacola. Fla. enclosure. Apply to A. M. McMll. head. Address J. I Tuggle, Chipley.
cd paM tr.... 4jlyvt* 21aprl SUITE OF ROOMM for light house- FL 24meh
T,.%NTED-30c per hundred VW lt ... keeping or lodging purposes. 22 Z rRA -L TAT-
-hnappb tobacco tags. F. FWe. YO G MN-Orw iIluAtted cata FOR SALE-One Cho!ce block on top Garden street, next to Southern Hotel. .A TAT
S,. wvm Johnson -- s i. et. lque exftlit* bow we teacb barber of the ridge east of the electric nr 30june2t* tneL xTtToter ..l part' of eitoya
m trade J few weeks, esle49 ftre. Molet railway, between uth and l mtrnteet. t* -S a "wit
ST tBarber CoAlepL New OriUa, La. Nature has tvwd this SWto and It NICELY FURNWKMID rooms for rent, hailtS W S2 e ? Sgtie %.
v\\ NTED -A leot seon at m 3 ilyImd cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbe. with privilege of light housekeeping. iU _. m,& ,. *
v, cheap for cash. AdjrePeA WAN D-G_ e OTtit-pply 419 N. FOR SAL.--Half interest in goo, d Block and half from Pslatox, 219 alr. B. Maa ed,
.mn. t 1... Baylen St. ) ly3t paying manufacturingb-ines; abou ovenment St. 23junelm* clothing claed, presed
'.NTEl-To buy for cash, a few WAXTWs.-4 taw awt ii yeat old $1000.00 required, good reasons for qplNewly furnished tooms to 'Ight KupbSWr sEice. Na. 1
S sAmerican National BAk to t ha g cows B Address Manufacturn care. housekeeping. Cheap. 810 Ro. I-We eaola a
( .ck. Stath price. Address J. 3. J .. wk warod iome. Apply 01 West Journal. l aelm oana St. 16jnelm l*w
care Journa. I june2m* Chase St. 2JusaF OR SALy.-At a mortfloe, fn re te at rr. Olb IAND P ith
WANT )D.-Aets a 41urent coun- store, stock aug accounts. W4 at CAMPING PARTI8ES can secure ex- CNT r1 heaMd, we' will haul out
WVANTED.-Every one to know at fs in Pma to -tb41e Alpine Sate 1.3-140 aItendenacl. sUM tellent accommodations on Gagnet's dead *Mss. Leave orders
J W. Jeter & Son have opened a and Lock C .'s i ad Burglar Proot FR SALE -Ten H. P. boller l- ,ayou at Sunnybeak fruit and poultry aa st t..tooBiela. Herrtag
r.reshmen' and at the depot and Saes and V t t5t3 t-fs a every In good rng condition. 'tarm. Finest bathing, fishing and Plu S te
Ssere the iadi as well as the decript e r m be seen at Pensacola I ron Works selling. Take mail launch Ruth. Ad- .AILMAKtt.
.e:. everything .n the way of. re.res -Sarritt M t.~.aonn .Y., F or- Supply Co.'s. Apply Ptleffer's Steam t press Miss Anna Carlen, Mary other, J. & JlSPO S tom aker, 716 Sath
' o.-n. Century, Fla. 1I3.nelm ida state AgpatL Jne. Bakery. ll|mne P'h 15anl. Istat iaelt Ors take tBor
V ANTED-You to get shaved, sham WANT .-T d cava OR L- for ale ad The Capt. Baker house, large and airy, l m6%wheea stools an11house
pod or get y-our hair cut at the' wanted; wil pa tta t. salary to Sb delighttfully located on bay shore, at Ia
I .'-: End Barber Shop. 103 B. DeVll-.the right .mom. Adr1ts 8d, Jodal t for hire.K nruck bes, Yesmerville, newly painted and paper-' N-I. -
T. N. Licata, Prop. Everythtoa odce. 2Tjua. ferson and Earagss s. I f e ed. Bathing, boating and fAslahg. M* O

,'=,TE--Yu t o have or *-West -FlOria tM to write FOR SALE.-i 8-hole range, I out to families. Mrs. Fa.ne Rettinger, MO T - good real a
.., d hua ie your e- r -- ,r...sfrlgtheooder, 1 lot paeodge- tlOsTehed rooms for light houkee t aY, Kasgoodo"tera,
work done byP. R e l'"'oident Im1seSM IL H. NThornte dooAho irIpatridg
w:ort dong bcoP.es; IG el, Gs. Agent Xwryed Casualty Co Cochin Chickens, 1 oyster shell grind- lag; Phone 988, 3 rings. at i s t-. Lsle Book
S ut i,hing. hanlcomp ts, burglar alarms -AN iD.-kAbu. e n either er, 60 foot Galvanized pipe ant point.' i11iJnelm via&Sr bet d. Uma
danadelers burg lar alarms WANTW -el y .1 er. Apply to J. E. JoKrUaM e DryJLOQ AND BOARD.-Delightful.to. m dwO;A MU M a0ay a #A
X. Garden St. Phone 35, rest- white or be ore4,. 1o 0 electric Apply t. Mt S *AO<) AN) BOARD-Delghtful to- VO6Uf jiiO4NU --S lM -
er' phone 1097. Electrical supplies holating etaie. ApPy at StratGoa o Store. 16Jue. cation on bay shore; boating, bath- t p2SS Ppaabe
.-: in stock. 4Junelmso. left Works. 2 FOR SALE.-Lady's side saddle. A Ing and fishing. Inquire of Mrs. C. e a- .Wsa "Uneed
dress 1102 East Gadsden t., or Berman, at aisherville. SJunelm. 2 s" o. W10 22 W.
V ATED-Your electric work of talAny latelli$e1t wins Dearl a ph 285.eGovdruOsea& ar7 bulidind
S a- s clea yonr raa. r. ood gerrsp for ew oe R RNT.-uft tlshl o. m ~ withe S esw
Su mo, do your wiria. etc. er; a per PR SAL-A small sailboat A or with board. e t to OA
S 0-oM Pensacola Electric Co., s Wl te meoiulra. p staunch and afe boat I-ay weath. ear line. Apply corner LaRua and l- gOSi t a- Sou taL
ca.*w lwaeodenci& and Baylen streetsM Norther Pro" gjbi-ira LoekportM er. Address P. X., Journal OBca. 1th are. junelsi. Sar W*tsoa A &O
junoelm. IN.Y. 18jjuem tsjame *W RBNT.-Two furnished room. s*ssa
1i80 S A CO. received another JO SALBr-Timw 14 (ft lag--.,brent Ligt houakuphs.,01 W. Lih DtOT L6M tM6l 6 kinds of pe 9.
r* of imported pare olive oil. 2 largee or small trats, use rOW. chaw $JuU46 9S0W propertY 02Short not
a ,ed in gallons, half gallons LOOT ori oth er P.Tles mB who mt to ret o* al offi'.L W Bulr
Oi Tf.GoN bt wife cameo pin, Phoan SU5 PODsMaol. -* ;II& junlW ,,& .NUMrWlg D amanat or moufbr to 10.--


S:.''x: -The people of PeMsaMee
uo-. rr:'ing. Iet The Journal
si- re the problem for yoea
expe-: detecUtves, and can
- .... :au you are looklag for If
* :dd in tkhe2 6.a or .SA a


w". lVa makes th* poeagtjouof

L Li~TATE WANTED-'Wfthin 0
or ti our MESS of Peaw-awwl
E~pod fouamig land; alesLON
9'---!rming land. Mus tob
Pebley, Rommwa and


02--fle phone 86. kedelo ef
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kUIOII. hick will abeam

Order at Joureel glow I
LL- second-be"g Germ,0O4
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between- A fRA -NAtoMalBank
and Thiesen bu g. Reward for re-. OR SAILM-Second-hand cas reg*
turn to 1017 N Pa LJt .r t., F. Filg- ter in perfect condition. WIU s
um. iJulylw cash orr or, tue. A real barga G. Ca
--- Ih be seen at James McHugb's. tetnet


Ads a great heIp
-OR RENT-Two nicely aurna sed
rooms, with hot and cold water
baths and privilege of telephone. A-.


LOST.-O paseer trafi, a silk um-, py o. 415 West Gregory stree lta
bIrenla with .AIW ba*le, with en- TIE WEST HILL WOOD YARD mal, y 41WeGregorylm
graving I A R. ea Bhandle. Party1 supply you with stove wood MockS AY HOTB--Ope night ag agay.
atag sam by minaket leaving trail oak wood, split wood. pehe aotts, t tiropea pmR. oms light sad
at Penm kS jetstnto Mrs. W. kindUiA PRing phone 1.53 r. a net 555h aae,
1. Hamwn,411. latSPtreeL WilUamA, proprietor, c .. i0 T outh l la.
Ijulyiw. o- Bsl F PO Sam


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FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Five-room house, 3 gal-i
leries, bath room and iarge lot. Ap-:
ply 331 E. Romana. 2jlylw'

FOR RENT.-Lower floor of desirable
residence on North Hill, unfurnish-
ed. Address 444, care Journal.
29june lw*


FOR RENT.--Residence lately o>.
cupled by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W.
XARua street. Apply to R. M. Cary,
43 S. Palafox street 7j.
FOR RENT-Twenty-room house, cor-
ner Barracks and Zarragossa street.
Suitable for boarding house. Apply
to Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 218 East Zarra-
gossa. Z6mtf
FOR RENT-4-room house, 111 W.
Cervantes. All modern coaveen.
ces and in good repair. $25.00 per
month. D. Hale Wilson. Imay


LEUL ADVEITISEMEKTS.
ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
Fourth day of September, A. D. 1905,
I will make final returns of my ac-
counts as adminlatratrix of the estate
of Frank B. Bonlfay deceased, and
apply to the Honorabie County Judge
of Bscambla County, Florida for a
final discharge from the adminaltra-
tion thereof.
MRS. P. B. BONIFAY.
mch4oam6m Administratrix.
NOTICE.
Bids for Soda Water and other re-
freshment stand privileges fr 4th of
July celebration at Bay View Park
will 5e received up to 12 m., Monday.
Send to Journal office.
B. S. BBRNAID,
DAVE KiOLO MAN,
F. RrRA,
Committee.

A Neither the Captain, Own-
era, nor Consigneen of the
Portuguese bark Emilia,
will be responsible for debti
contracted by members of crew of
said vessel. A. N. DOMINGOS,
Captain.
PENSACOLA LUMBER CO.,
Consignee.
-The Journal has

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OLD PAPERS

For Sale.


ALL CHILDREN, W MNiS 12)
YEARS WILL BE AADIMTO FIREE,
INCLUDING RAILiOAD IARE, ATI
THE MAGNOLIA BLUFF PICNIC,
JULY 4th.


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DAILY SCHEDULE
For Steam OlvieAon
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL
RAILWAY CO.
Trains leave Pensacola for the IJttle
Bayou. Big Bayou, Warriagtao,
Navy Yard. and Fort
Barrancas at-
7:15am ar Ft. Barrancas 7:35am
S:50am ar Ft Barrancas 10:30am
12:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 1:30pma
8:50opm ar Ft. Barrancas 4:30m,
6:15pm ar FL Barrancas 7:00Mp
*8:10pm ar Fr. Barrancas 8:50pm
*aturdays only.
Trains leave Fort Barrancas for
Pensacola at-
8:60am ar Pensacola 3:40pm
11:00am ar Pensacola 11:40am
2:00pm ar Pensacola 2:40pm
5:15pm ar Pensacola 5:5pia
7:00pm ar Pensacola 7:45p
*9: 00pM ar Pensacola 9:49UM


SUNDAY SCHEDULE
Electric car will leave Pensacola,
every hour from 6 a. m. to 10 p. a.
inclusive, and Saturday night only at'
11 p. m., and leave Bib Bayou for
Pensacola every hour at 7:30, 8:30,
and so on until 10:30 p. m., with the
exception of the first car leaving Pea.
sacola at 6 a. m., which will, on re-
turning, leave the Big Bayou at :N3
a. m., and the 2 p. m. car will leave
Big Bayou at 2:40 p. m.
The above is the week day schedule
which will begin Friday, April 15.
Electric car will leave Pensacola as
7, 8, 8:50, 9:50, 10:50, 11:50. a. M. agd
12:50, 1:50, 2:50. 3:50, 4:50, 5: 5(:U,
8. 9 and 10 p. m., running through to
the Big Bayou, and Immediately re.
turning from Big Bayou to Palmetto
Beach will await arrival of steam
train from Pensacola and will then
run to Pensacola ahead of the trat
from Fort Barrancas.
The steam trains will run as at
present, but will observe this eliet1b
car schedule and will work in coonew.
tion with IL

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*TEAMEN TARPONt
FIRST-CLASS PASBENGZR AND
FREIGHT SURVICB
-Between-
PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACHI
COLA, CARRABELLE, ST. AN.
DREWS, MILLVILLIL
And all points on St. Andrew Bay,
Carrabelle and Apalachicola.
SCHEDULE
Leave Pensacola Sunday, 8:30 ap
m. for Mobile, Ala.
Leave Pesacola, Tuesday, 8:30 p.
m., for SL Andews, Millvlle, Ap.
lacbicola, Carrabelle and intermedft.
pointr.
For additional latormatloN apply to
J. R. SAUNDERS,
, RI. COBB, Presldest
Gen. Frt. and Pass. Agt.

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4s250-For two modern cottages oa North RiMI ser piMe Isal.
Ve-y desirable and a good Investment.
470-O-Six tenement houses and one vacant lot, sdtifag t $7.0
,ach, near railroad shops on Bust HilL
1200-For nine-room house on West Be -eMt eet. --UL a
modern improvements, and inside finished i harwoO



Desirable Lots on East Mir& and

Nefrth Hill.




Pensacola Investmient Co
A. H. D'ALEMSERTE. City MaNger.
W. H. KNOWLES r. RL & a 10 a
J. STILLMA V. P. ML KOWLWUS Treas.
REAL ESTATE. LOANS. MNRiAL M V- TMa I L
215 S. Palaft St. Pmsla, Hi


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YOUR REAL ESTATE HODIM POOMiOLY BA1 Mt
YOUR RENTS OOLLMOTED ANMD REMPTTiD POWIP1lY?
YOUR TAXES AND ASSESSMENTS G1VVN POWPT A'ItN
TION?
YOUIR Ouss RTC., SUmCINTLY COV a BY Ftr IN-
SURANOE? ;
*YOU TROUIBLID AND ANGLED BY REPAIR 1~YICSB?
YOU THIN N OF BUYING Oft SELLING?
We make a specialty of Real Estate, Rents, Collections, Fire In-
surance and all matters pertaining to Real Estate. We respeettull
solicit your patronage and guarantee satisfactixn.
$1800.OO--our cottage on East Gregory street: good rentrs..
$1700.OO-Comfortable one story dwelling fronting Little Bayou;
convenient to Electrie Line.
$1200.0--Story and half dwelling, containing 5 rooms withabsot
two acres of land, In the city limits; near Electric Car line.



Thos. C. Watson&Co
LEADING REAL ESTATE, RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS,
Cor. Palafox and Garden iSreets.


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trunks are subjected.


ru nks,
$5 to $15.


Bags and Telescopes from
$1.90 TO $13.50.



John White
Outfitter to Men and Boys
205207 S& Paloz.
Phoe 225.


LET US FURNISH
YOUR

ICE CREAM
KING UP

um's Ske Cr Fatay
PHONE No. 1104.
ConTer Zarragossa and Tarragona St.
CRAM DELIVERED IN ANY
QUANTITY.



About July 6

We will be open for

Business with a full

lime of Fresh Meats,

Vegetables. Etc.


F. E. Gartland & Co.

28 Eadst uvMmet St.


F. M. WILLIAMS, (
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Ofce, Brosnaham building. not
to Pensacola Business College.
Prompt attention always given
to business. Pansacola, rl
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SECRETARV- JONES REPLIES TO dad Pr V Mv Oa with' addtfpas cargo mof 114. Cla
A. RE6W0 UT ON NECESSWTY U lm it is ft sawn timber. ., 'Pal
FOR 6REATER AND 1 MORE 1 MOO. FLPayal, with 58,000-S ft saws tiaber;
FORsWNDforMLisboaR.MwitO90,0h 42 e. ft hmwn
ERN AOCOMMOl3ATIONS. ber 150,?72 s ft '' t timber, T4
with 181.152 a ft sawn ,timer. ULI-
NO a 880 ft lhuber. P19
Editor Pensacola Journal: n y Pd I'm ,s itr, $6s, for Grep. W
In The Journal of Sunday, the X! o2k, with 600,00 g ftsawn timber.
instant. I notice with pleasure that SBOLD BYT led. .
Mr. Greeamht has Joined me in my! / 4 l e d '-i
newspaper mpals for.ithe establslish A. M. AV rlewood. Br as, tor Gramewwth. M
meat of manufactorles is Pensacola. I
am, however, disappointed th:i; VESSELS IN lORT. R
should have taken issue with me in- .. M.IpS U
my advocacy of more extensive and' T ... ..Auguste. Aust .. s..th, 1714 P
modern hotel acemnmodations than Tur ti New York to Gl Tnsit Co.
now obtain here; and 1 trust, whenbe Brin he a m, Br FSO 16,
has 1o*ed deeper Into the matter,!I4 McMillanfCC Las Palmas to Fr.j. Shreer.
gated the present hotel situation in a B as BtiS 313, New.1
Pensacola, that be will recede from, Manufantprs. more to Win.S.Keystr co.
his present position and join hands AIL castle to Gulf T asit Co.0 N -
with other gentlemen whom I am in- mIoi MKrdoB. ia. r as, M4, K"h ar. -
teresting In a hotel proposition. And i -- itch Pine L er Co.
knowing him as I do, I have confidence Mrams Br us Anderson, 1561,
i that he will in the exercise of his "A rTrC New Orleans to Hyer Bros.
u-ual public spirit. iz Romola, Br as, Presat, 1380, HuelTa
Commenting upon mty advocacy of M ARK TS to Master.
additional hotel accommodations for' SaharaBr s, Fair, 2664, New Or-
Pensacola, Mr. Greenut has the fl-Mat. leans to F. 0. Howe & Co.
lowing to say: .0 ra .a*_ Sicanta. Ital as, Bianchi. 1%28, Genoa
"About once a month Mr. Chipley Savannah, mJualy .-Th- na9al to Gulf Transit Co.
Jones. secretary of the Pensacola stores markeP4 0443 a 1s 1o' -l ,
Chamber of Commerce, writes quite a
lengthy article about the need of a lows: A DeGrogori Giobatta, Ital bk, Fer-
modern hotel tor this city. No doubt WW ..............6..........4 00 rari, 1294, Buenos Ayres to Yellow
one could be used for the constant In-'WG ............ ......... 4 26 Pine Lumber Co.
crease of the traveling public, but in N .......................... 4 00 Emelia, Port bk, Dominges, 1117,
my opinion we have enough hotels M ..... ............ 3 90 Buenos Ayres to Pensacola Lumber
for the present and if our population; K ......................... 3 80 Co.
increases it will not take long before I .......................... 3 76 Ital bk Due Cingunl, Olivar, 1258 ,
some one will erect a new one." !H ........................... 7S% from Genoa, to Rosasco Bros.
A few facts and figures would not'G ......................... 3 67% Innocenta, Ital bk, Garriano, 769, Ft
be out of place here. There are five'F ............................ 62% de France to Rosasco Bros.
HOSTELRIES now in Pensacola with E6 .......................... 3 53% Oceans, Port bk, Molledo, 1123,New
a total of less than three hundred D ......................... 3 30 Orleans to H. Baars & Co.
rooms, and less than a third of those C ...... .....................3 3 0 Thomas. Ital bk, Garo. 803, to C. W l
rooms are equipped with any of thel Spirits Turpentine, 56 to 56% cents. Caflero.
modern conveniences of an up-to-date ---- sooners.
hotel accommodation. In anywise ap- New York Cotton Futures. Harry W. Lewis, Br sch, 279, Matan-
proaching modern conveniences, Pen- -otton futures to J. A. Merritt &Co.
sacola may fairly boast of say seven. New York, Jul 3. otton future s to J. A. Mettay, ond ansch.ott,
ty-fIve rooms. It this sufficient f open steady;Juy ; August 9.57; J, ultan t MasteHondurin h. Sott
the accommodation of all the persons September 9.55; October, 9.62; La l mc Reynold., 1225 Bi
who come to a city of 00 nh cmber 9.70i ; January., 9.70; March iassel, Amsch Reynolds, 1225Bal-
who come to ae cityn o rin bid May 9.70 bid.n 98 timore to master.
tants. that are willing o pay for first.: 70 bid 9. Magnolia, Am sch, Houseman, Pas-
class accommodations, I am forced to cagoula to order.
concede that Pensacola does not need New Orleans Cotton Futures. hI
any additional hotels. But I know tho New Orleans July .-Market bare Agostin Terrano l ship,
contrary to be ly stead; July 9.64; asked; August nera. 1170, IAverpool to master.
Throughout last winter, and well 9.61 asked; September 9.55@6; Oc vel Rs sh Ayr. 18
into the spring, the greatest difficulty tober 9.56@57; November 9.57 bid; De- lNavalyire to master.u h linr 2 t.
and ll probabilty would have of pons on ~ newrop opon.NWvalre to mater. eA
was experienced daily by transients, camber a.58 bid; January 9.64@5;
and tourists alike in securing hotel ac February 9.6870; March 9.73 I
commodations of any character here.i i mA N
In fact, it is easily substantiated that FL R. IDAUNRE .Cb
there were several hundred tourists New York Ceotton MarketAGI I.
turned away from local hotels during New York, July 3.-The cotton Tma h- CARi FROM GEN HNOGI
the season. The majority of these ket opened firm at 9@12 points' ad-
people would have spent weeks here vance on near months ao d an advance Wote N ed J a Ast
and in all probability would have; of 206 points on new crop options. Wrote Noted Japane Lfer Asking
been regular visitors to Pensacola Higher cables and fear of July man- About thb War hhd Received
ever winter; but being unable to se- ipulatlon coused covering at midday, Prompt eply.
cure accommodations, they left Pensa- giving the condition ot the rop led to rop ney
cola with a bad impression, and to the active realizing by smaller longs.
contrary of evens returning here, they Fluctuations during the early session The Miami MetrodT* ty 9s: Harry
may be relied upon to "knock" Pen. were irregular, but e market sold off T. Cheatham f out Grove,
sacola wherever they may be. somewhat from improing tures and Grove
I have been personally assured by during the middle of thf morninge the poesesSb ti w a postal
traffc officials of the Iouisville and ranged about 4 to 5 point et higher. c ard bearing the autograph and
Nashville Railroad Company on sev- a message from General Nogi, the
eral occasions that with the present COTTON PRICES TAKE great Japanese general who beseiged
hotel facilities here, that road could JUMP AT NEW ORLEANS. and capture o Port Arthur from the
not in justice to itself expend any R uss, and ap ow r it Oea.
great amount of energy or money in Newt Orleans '- ly r-Cotton here Russians, and is now with Oyama.
exploiting Pensacola as a tourist cen- Kurokl, Oku and other famous Japa- I
ter, but when a modern hotel is erect- td took another large bound nesegenerals battling with their en
ed here it (the L..& N ) will guarau- rds on the reading of the gov emy in Manchuria. i
t a a ptronage that wili make it a ment report. A dense crowd packed senadnche as e wrte
rte. the rng in anticpat.oa of the report d The card came as a reply written
paying institution there s a thrown In the er- by Joe Cheatham to General Nogi on t
Built on the beach at ;ome point in e d there w saha h i.nug tthe ondlr April 7, and in which he asked the e
the city or just outside of the city, a, tio te 77pertcens 2ercnt. les reat soldier to tell him something
modern hotel could lie kept full o than for Junpe was en, rdntrls about the capture of Port Arthur and
guess the year through, but such bullish, andacotton in the active pos!- the Russo-Japanese war in general.
not the case with any of our preseuttionsalmoinstantl rose100 points Instead of signing his own name he
hotels. W. C. JONES. signed that of hs brothat of his brother. Harry T.
or a cent a pound. Sube quently Cheatham, and never expected a re-
RAILROAD EXTENIONhere was some at o prolt-ply. the letter being written more as
RAILROAD EXTENSION taking. an experiment or test than anything
TALK AT KEY WEST.! else.
b mm NOTICEL But the answer came, and it would a
The Key West inter-Ocean says: There will be a meeting of Cam? indicate that General Nogi is as
Now tha extensive work is under way Ward, U. C. V., to-night at 8 o'clo prompt and business-like in his cor
and rapidly assuming enormous pro- at the uflice of N. B. Cook. respondence as he is in war. The
p-r;ions on the exen.uin of the F. E. okcard Is of French design and around
C. Railwa-, there is much talk of plans the borders of it is a message In Chi- r
air, and all of which are in the main translated. Besides this message
c.-r-ect. there is the autograph of General Nogi t
From a reliable source it was learn I M V mw m-- signed "Baron General Von Noghi,"
ed this morning that the railroad corn-. I3l't JOU jQBU~f while on the back of it is this mes-
par'v already purehasd three large samItge: "I am very sorry that I cannot
and p-werful drodoes and has con- tell you about the war, that the cIr-
tracted ror the building of five more, C.. tl A cumstances at present prevent me
all of '.hi-h will be used in the ex- MmU U ula IM fsoma doing 5o. M. N. i
Italotatedthat the companywilcard, one of them bearing a Manchu-
give employsaent to a c many men ma DnU Wa" thoghan name and date, not discernabte,
can be secured. and that agents are Kr wU=though the other andtwo, oeneot er'tedt Yoka-
now out securing the best of labor for te. Washinron. June 18. are disti n
this work, the majority of which will Good time to buy another. guishable. There is no question about
be experienced in railroad and trestle Our stock still ogataini the genuineness of the card and Mr.
buiint. many that are deslr-ble Chatham says It would take quite a
A large force of hands are at work from a late ahJpaent, and sum of money to buy it.
on the extension below Homestead. it will be noticed that in autograph-
building the road on the mainland to l ,g. lng the postal that the general s
the coast where the wort of carrying Te rl r hie name "Noghl" which Is probably
it across the water and keys will corn-, .rw m *r-w prwer, though in variance with "Mo-,
mence. Thre- and one-half miles of; 6 l." as It is commonly spelled by cor-


th work have already been graded lAMl respondents and others. The name
and the bed is now ready for the lay. J lP sad message on the reverse side of L
ing of the ties and rails, and it will; the card are written In bold, plain -
be but a few weeks before the coast Epglisb letters. This is not peculiar.
will have been reached, and by which I A u t aB however, as nearly all the Japanese,
tirie the company will probably bei M o NU renerals speak and write Blnglisk t
ready to take up the more difficult i fluently.
task of carrying t across the water. oneto-. Yo'll e a
CHOLERA tNFANTUM. money on the traaction.
Children Not Expected t Live from TERSELY TOLD
One Hour to Another, but Cured by SINESS LOCAL *
Diarrhoea Remedy. W hy w tr-
Ruth, the little daughter of N.1 W hy Pay Mw1 e? &e--- bi, o .a
Dewey. of Agnewrille, Va., was seri-,' av t aembuildi attng and to i t
ously ill of cholera infantum last sum-: -- gI-m -rsa 4 o t a na t
mer. "We gave her up and did not; "b 34 a i
expect her to live from one hoar to
another," he says. -I happened -to A VIeAs ie O,,tI. & Of. wbnes-
think a( Chambertin' &foUc, Cholera s reta il sh chadlers d oe'
and Diarrhoea remedy ad get a.O lge roat-ts" b house oo f the i
tle of it from the stoe. Ia live CASHn Pease atr pesc 1 P0 S ,
I saw a change or the better. We
kept n giving -it- d' be do W .re he h".


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wmre wimsm *- pcladims 00
repanttenpId on Ith second
Sai... Pad......... ,4S1S

wts toI taesof Assured$ 86,57
ire claims a not paid immedIate
it is sadly due to delay on the
part of the bea fcSiary In sUba
36% of AMOUNT PAD WITHIN
A DAY.
tle of C0aIga paid -to Pro-
Iftmers .d ......... .2410%
rCoo P of Profit to Estate
fAssured ................14 .%

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PATlLLO CAMPBELL

Sgem 4lL. Thiene s

LAW, REAL E NTATK, LOANS AND
CO&LLCTIONS.
PALAPOX AND ROMANA.
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...... 9 PENS r.

Iron Works and Suppl Co. "- of
Maaufrers and ARoa9w 4 -"
MACHINERY AND S lRk -, T.J. W .M.D. IX D. A
FORGING, MILL AND STEKAMPOP UlUM 0 L. MITL. MK D, D x a
STEAMSHIPRE PAR SA SPCfALl DNM miTS
Prompt atteton given to aU oirdw < i Agnt tsr W eW La. "a4
James MeKay & Co.'s celebratd Dr -- TT IX 1 I W,6O OW crawns aW".

Residence Phone, 142L 5U* hSOS 1OOON& phone u2


now.JN66 AL TiLLER,

Room 16 3ftONDM& gPh@"%,IL

DIRENO OR Y
CENTRAL TRAD"S COUNCIL
There will bea Ua twMgof hs
body on the ArmS MAd cum Weina-
i&S Otftech 20th M&T 7U1163W -L-
de~gs~samre rammiW tobe pro*
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W. I& DIAY Pbn~iftem

?smouaL~ If3S. ILOf P,
meats eveWeaUSd&ay WODa at 6.06
Wed. ats dr Comb 1WAflout
Watsoin bd~tvr smw ustlaf ox and
a- olm a ea bUgbrihes
IL Q V4W W3 C. C.
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mbmlf loge -ft
Of Lof P., minees everY
4 erMIag at V 04
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tbft Soar. Blounc
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we hsddat ?h*ir ha.
Ma. & WON It neade
cla utzoot. on evrv
miniay evening is
7:30 oWciock. An 1,
Vitatlon Is citemadu
to Ylhmsg Kalokbts
JOHN R 3. JOEI
04 3DM. FM Grand Knight
4 as@~ie.


Peasaco Lodge 1.. L0.0.,.j7
PemaoebL05 Ne L Q 0. P.
om"meeseey lbu voulstug at T -
at ths now = M nWest tier ieo
~ro.V~dth brpthren cordlaly
IL Jod.W.AVC. nee" w7. 0
~IAL AE3EAHSISTER&
tows O every Monday nWght a:
mine 9 ordooe to L &L0. F. Hall. VI&
o ion ~cmy if 5 Ng indMUa tly cted to Is
pws.Um MTA M. KZLJOP.
UUSUA P3KAN. Secretary.
WALW.
--IA" Oak campwAx 1. W. 0o.w.
AmeetIs hoPp II-- aL&Ulot* and3M
*w daf waily avkto
F. A. BOGBICH, CC. r
Eim~hr ~ L 0. a.
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Pm~s..m.~...h...j~msoansd 19h ft Nodnoulays at
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are using &Ga Cooktag Rg. T1 O gg
wouldn't think or retwahos to thme
soot and smoke eoMseq Sto 0jf. a t
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has a lower death rate, lower xpeml % S I -i # _O.' rroc
Jateret rate than say company doag itsomistowed | S d at Law
It should be easy mtoe-os to decide rG n aS Preet%

D. O WIIIW OGaOei Agent. *EWS I DOUVILLE,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
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Phone 50. JAS. McHUG opiet.
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IF YOU WANT Mm
to do satisfactory work you amu
JFUYNISH GOOD MAl
Our shop turns out work to suit you at prtc
at prices, that will secure your business and avT
will let us _I re on your needs.

Saunders MiW O0
OFFICE, 29 E. GOVERNMI

Phone 717.
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