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RUSSIA AT CONFERENCE ORRUPTIONISTS
"a PaeJ uiiMtly Wa. Eldest Son of Abe Lincoln .. Odreas EMchua rmand
fed tM l President of Pullman Co. lk Ati tish be Punished. .
i t uIr. -- W This WSy AsMMiaiu dPrwss. Mr. Britton calls for a searching in es.
Washington, July 12l-The hvest- tigation.
It.lon that will be mnde by District
Attorney MArgan B. Beach into .:the WROTE TO ROOSEVELT
CH II A I IN SISTENT CASH SUBSC charges that there has been a leakage REGARDING THE LEAK. a
AHof 8oiatoso in matter of-pre- O- NLY ONE ESCAP
parlag the ov am" cotton ,statis- By Asociated Pres.
S- tics will be far wore ebha.ltive tita New York, July 12.-Walter C. Hub-
smR k ce t Ht t that conducted by eecret service oper- bard, president of the New York cot-
In Sufficient Amot nt M adves at the req t of Sedrelary.Wl ton exchange, to-ay addressed le t 4 and im
MuAt t e tainted to Treaty.m ter to President Roosevdt regarding f I
.us. k Obtained.to reaty. "'urp m completed the eywminsa4on of the p4- he requests a full Investigation of the SDpUS OU l Soli I
FROIDED IT AFFECTS CHINESE pers transmitted to him by,. Secretary methods which led to the corruption
PROIDED IT AFECS HE POLAR EXPEDIT I9,T W Im Wilson and thinks there should be' a with a view to preventing the possl-
TERRITORY GENERAL SrOES- fa their and detailed t-gal'inquirqrand ability of its recurrence. Mr. Hubbard's VICTIMS "LAUHERUD IN C
TER HAS BEEN IN PREPARATION with that eat in view has referred-the letter, In full,. Is as follows:
bEL ARRESTED FOR ACTION IN whole matter to Mr. Beach. "The Hon. Theodore Roosevelt, Presi- LOOD A, THEY RUSHED
.API. ARTHUR.. I\ ,.SINCE OC i OBER, 4"a 4=a pense will not be pared' in gath- dent of the United States, Wash- .rKFT R T SOT-
CAPITULATING PORT ARTHUR. eg ev idence of the methods ail d into, D. C.: AFTER T SHOT
ORITIES FEAR ANOTHER' OVER $150000, ALL BSM,.C.RIS D to have been employ byy Edwin 8. ".Dar Sir-On behalf of the New 8AnIN WILL PROBABLY
AUTHORITIES FEAR ANOTHERBY AMECAN BIMIN N. Holmes the dismissed associate stat- York otton exchange I want to say
MUTINY-KRUGER WILL E- ticlan, aod In enposf g aay accom- that its members have been greatly TORTUREO TO DEATH.
pMUTINY- UE s he may have had in his opera- shocked by the recent disclosures of
SIGN. tions. It s possible that a special venality in the department of agr-
By Aociated Pgr grand Jury may be called in the inves- culture, upon whose reports they have
New York, July 12.-il thirty- Utgaton of the affair. depended for accurate information in y A oU65
,By AstBated P Bvre thousand dollars subs~Ibe* to-day the conducting of their commission osw Orleaing July 12.-One ol
By V .Anoculted M3. .owards his expedition to reach NEW O L N EXCHANGE business. ost shocking stories of murder,
S..urg, July 13. (2 a. m.)-h he north pole, Commander brt B. WANTS INVESTIGATION. 'I beg to request that a full invest. robbery as the motive, in the a
,' .a. resigned his position Peary announced that he will la this -- action be made of the methods which of crime was brought to this city t
'eac, 'lenipotentiary. Tis week or the north. New Orleans, July 12.-President led to the corruption with a view of by Catain Hans Holm, of the N
_arded as practically assur- Commander Peary's new artist ship, Brtton, of the New Orleans cotton' preventing the posaebility of recur gian steamer Bratten, which pile
iill be replaced by M. be Roosevelt, has been waittg Wer- exchange, to-day addressed a letter to rence and that the guilty ones be tween New Orleans and Hondi
-deut of the committee of eral days for supplies which eald not 'reesdelt Roosevelt in which he says: awlequately punished. ports, and was subsequently con
whu all along bave been, e bought on account of 4lqt t nds. "The resent'exposure in the statisticalI "Official reports should be above ed by ocers of the truit ste
S:he Russian -tatesman pre- The polar expedition wh has been bureau of the agricultural department the suspicion of publications in the Rosina which came in later with
Sqiualified to undertake the n preparation since Octob of last has developed a situation which in interest of any persons for their in- tonal details.
k of negotiatng peace witi year, has cost over one hu dand cotton trade cieles for many months dividual benefit and a president of The little island of Utilla, lyin
fifty thousand dollars. incidh g to- has been .o strony ,suspected from this exchange, I wish to put its mem- the coast of Honduras and whose
day's subscription. The e amount apparent indication ai to amount to bers upon record as utterly opposed ulatlon is an indiscriminate m1
Cz ,SLNT OF CHINA has been donated by Amerlcan blst- positive e -i.viction of wrong doing. to such culpable proceedings. of whites, caymealtes and caribM,
MUST BE SECURED. ness men. ad the Peary Aretle Ctlb NMw that the exposure has been pub- "On the line of common honesty I the scene of the tragedy in i
MUS* BE ECURED. -was anxious that none but Americans licly announced, a feeling of intense ask you for your most emphatic con- twelve lives were sacrificed.
".rsburg, July 12.-The foreign should have any hand in their polan indignation prevails in the trade in- demnation and action upon the pra The captain of the little
rtu that Chin.a has not ake expedition. *-terested In fair dealing by reason of tices which make legitimate business schooner Olympia was aboutto
S a tl rprteetatn in the Wnso a the department having been used by a Impossible and put the members o a trip to Ruatan and had brought
peale r nferenseo M teS or 7 clique of corrupt speculators to pro- our body at the mercy of trickters teen hundred dollars aboard. He
: peace conference, but has ncl- R MAIS" maote their individual and seMdh ends, and knaves. ried a crew of four and passenger
,an aug the R and .. she1- and it should be known who have "With great respect, I yours the number of 9 including two w
,; mt secured to say s "i J.i AM F I M been the bmenfclarie eorruptors and truly, WAVM c. HUBBAD, and two children.
tr.e.ya tiag" C m t 1. Wf Lf L brr tcsm d a l corupor Pn dett New York Do .Te murders tooa k place on the
S: a treaty aectg CMee ter f tl of t r chane of June 30 when everyone on b
h would nt copsaider h elf oa o cha." was aroused by a shot and, rushing
CAOr r InQTbOLN LACED AT vtt ,TA T l -AT- al o i
Mr t t Palaceh Car Company MORNING, SERVICE BEING ast-as they appeared. One y
IS UNDER ARREST. field, Ill., Aagust 1, 148. ,LCONDUCTED AT ST.s ad -1e ogT
MCAL CHUCH IUi. uI known here, was the only person
-- hMICHAEL'S CHURCH. escape alive. being a good swin
. a hat eute- EE UCTIO S The remains of Timothy J. Hurley, nr r he ITeaedhre lnd where
,r.' e:t i en placel ie young man who expired it the The ner o was caught butwas
S Tsark o in coe of Robert H. Langord Monday, L tested from violence by Presi
,, i;,,ia ., made by the SA LA IES EQUITABL ee placed at rest yesterday morning, Bonilla who happened to be on a
,. winch has been investi- ae interment being witnessed by an spectlon tour. It is believed, how
;,: th ,i fense and capitulation oft oeptionally large concourse of sor. that the negro will be tortured
A1.iI: an. that the sword of CHAIRMAN MORTON ANNOUNCES CUTS RANGING FROM TEN TC r wing friends and relatives, who death. The laws of Honduras pro
-.na, '%8 a number of French withered at the grave to pay their last the infliction of capital punish
:- <, ;tuera Szoebsel will not TWENTY PER CENT. ALL AROUND, WHICH WILL RESULT IN ad respects to one whom every one but the people will take the matt
.- .', m.. Pensacola liked. their own hands.
A SAVING OF fROM $150,000 TO $200,000 ANNUALLY. The funeral cortege moved from the
SSANFEAR ANOTHER MUTINY. By Asslad P Per cent. on all above ,500 to $9,,,.reet at 10 o'clock and p ded to tble Addresselivered to Great Plans Cared Out to ake RUN OVER BY
New York, July 12.-Sweeping re- The changes become effective Augusti large number of persons present were Island Physiians by Presi. Parade Memorable in the His-
lr,...ai Ru..-ia. July 12.- ductions in salaries of the Equitable 1 and effect r a saingo of from ;15o,000 many- members of the Knights of PATROL W
pprl-hns.e ,o a mutiny the Scelety were announced to-day bY to $200,000 annually. Regarding his lumbus, Catholic Knights of America dent R sevelt. ry of Elkdm.
.., h re h~ave ordered tihe Chairman Morton. The decreases own salary as chairman of the Dquit- and Ancient Order of Hibernians, or
: the Rusian (cu.sers Minine amounts to 20 per cent. of all salaries able, Mr. Morton said: "The question which orders the deceased was a mem-
.:; : )be relieved of their above $1S.000: flfteen per cent. on has not been decided; it is a matter ber. PATROL DRIVER COBURER
-erioup discontent hat beeti all between $15,00 and $1,000, and ten for future adjustment." At the church Rev. Father Fullerton By Asociated Press. By Asociated Press.
S.1 among ibe crews over the spoke most touchingly of the exem- Oyster Bay, July 12.-President Buffalo N. Y., July 12.-Undaunted PAINFULLY INJURED YEI
;.ly. The officer who is held plary life of the deceased, and how he Roosevelt delivered a notable address by threatening skies and an occasional TERDAY MORNING.
for th sate of affair. Aaers on Pa ty had left his home and mother in Ire- this afternoon before the Associated downpour of rain, the 50,000. Elks at-
, : ;lace-d under arrest. land six years ago to come to America. Physicians of Long island. He dis- tending the nineteen .. el
l After the services at the church the cussedt in the course of his remarks, tending the nineteenth annual reunion
Admiral Kruger Will Resign. ffi cortege proceeded to the grave and the relations physicians sustain with of the B. P. 0. and double that 'patrol Driver Henry Coburger
"* ."burg July l2.-The Ns- the body was placed at rest. The the people of the communities in number of their friends and visitors painfully though not seriously inj
-.u Rear J mIra Krur floral tributes, which were exceeding- which they reside and the work to be early began to make preparations for yesterday morning while in charj
She erice o account o By Aeciatd Pr duce some other company to establish ly beautiful, completely covered the done by the medical experts of the the great parade of marching clubs the wagon, two of the wheels of
acity in connection witi New York, July 12.-The contract a frst-claMs service between the im- grave. despite all dicultles on the isthmus scheqied for today. The police ha he ofier had been sent to a
: of the situation cre- between the Panma Railroad Com portant coast ports of the United e i ti es the stretched wire lines on both curbs on Donalison street to convey a
mutiny aboard the battle- pany and the Pafc tanship Co-tates and Panama and in the evet AAnal would be A success. along the line of march on the stretch colored woman to the hospital.
Potemkine at Odessa. pany. under which the latter has for that no other company is prepared to L closed to traffic while the parade was be reached there he did not
years eoyed excsive lvilege furnish the service that it be provided DETECTIVE KILLED; ing. Great plans had been carried enough astance to place the w
'i. he Rusian admiral- be on a parity i rMeet to the transit anticipate that the Pacetflc Mail will By Associated MUK RLKS SHOT ,000 for their costumes and outfits placing the woman in the wagon
P "emkine is on her way ftcillties on e Sth Carry out Its threat to take Its yes- southern League. for the occasion, ech bent on the forward and was in the act of step
SKustenji. Roumania. Mr. Bristow la his cent rport on eels from the Panama-San fanelsco Shreveport 5 Atlanta 9. honor of cpturing the prizes offered into his seat and grasping the r
a, I tow of the battle- the P ma rairead mmeded srve, nor does It expect the Sb Memphis 5, ABirmingham 0. By Aosat M t od foth thow whenthe oredoan, how
That if the Patc Mal Steamship nation E the contract to affect in ay Little Rock 1, Nashville 9. Windeld, Kas., July,12.-C. Cal- by t he a o delegations from compawhe yin g the sick onew, who wa
Company withdraws its preuet Pana- way the shipment of merchandise No more games scheduled houn, of Kansas City, an Atchison ing. The influx of delegations from cmeny.ng the sik one, raimmed
'- Washlengtonm. ma lines, an etort wil be md to in- from New York to San Fran Topeka and Santa Fe railway detec- nearby towns a nd toubes ore ntiued to- umbrella. The horses drivedl
l 1.-Captain Ron- -ar t-ybywo South Atlantic League. otavews w so ttl ie wh scheduled to start the hosts began to the ground. He held? to one rein,
S"ivostock for Watcspae a a s *- ad..--.s Macon 4, Augusta 2, (First Game.) wdrve to-day by ltwo outlaws who take their positions of vantage along wad dragged for some distance.
i win participate in KMa |IMS LF PLANT W RECKED Mcon 1., Augdsta 3, (Second Game.) aot ewn ota h the line of march. ron wheel of the wagon Paeed
":. 'ion. I N R R S O Columbia 0, Jacksonville 0. cities at Hewing "nhe outlaws haK his left foot while he was I
____ -nfeter Savannah 8, Charleston 1. robbed traveling men. IDDI O K-E BY dragged, which caused him to r
Vureer. udn.*^M L w^American Learnue. 15113 I liflY CI IDDI V WUV H mL L he did the rear wheel passed ovei
July 12-Private al- By Assockfd Pr St. Louis-Washington, rain. W LLt wa strr I FY lI fltaA left leg fat below the ke.
o Prefetom Moscow say By. Nashville, TOeIL, July 13.-A ais-. Cleveland-Philadelphia, rtin. n ArLO UI The sand at the point where the
Sa studrefect of Poll thaty ta after being patch from Bristol, V., says an ex- Detroit 0, New York away occurred Is very deep, ad
S:ns resstudent attempt at Bo July plosionn In the Dixie extract pfat there Chicago 0, Boston 1, (First Game.) probable that but for this the
* :.' cestul attempt tak shaved In a barber shop here to-day at noon to-day wrecked the plant and Chicago 4, Boston 1, (Second Game.) By Assolated Pce. coold av been broken. The ne
'ely after taking nt e tAlfred Corder, said to be f Nash- killed Noah Hardin and fatally injre --- By Am A d P Nashville, July 12-Mrs. Kate Hard conted on thern a
Sn Hir recent parrot in s Tenn. se e ~ a-r g fnm the another man. The cause of the ex- National League. New York Juy 1&-The executive away was burned to death toedGreory thes who e they
Spaicpaiinpo barbers ands m athrat plosion is a mystery. Brooklyn 8, Pittsburg 6. committee the terUnion Tele- her home on .Harriton street. he The ick woman was no
thr times, beMdes dahtly w ding Boston Cincinnati 15, (First' graph Copay a 4 a resolution had sprinkled gasoline over the loo Jed
SAee R..Inthe who tried to PR 4CE, OF WALES ,Gae.) to-day recol=maa.ijo the full board, of her room liberally to destroy ineets
-E GIRL HAD NARROW ake the ot f him.l C er died DELIVERED OF A SON. Boston 3, Cincinnati 2. (Second of director; that ris news from'and shortly afterwards enter the PENACOLA AND WASP
ESCAPE FROM DROWNING. at the Rele tal. He 5't- London, July 12.--lhe princes of Game.) -horse races-benot-euppliedby the corn- room and struck a match. Thset was TBAMS TO PLAY PII
a t the "ief DRWIL N = AbeY- Wales was safely delivered of a soa Philadelphia 1, St. Louis 6. pany except, to peMrdnareoeiving them a instnt explosionand her othes- .._M
auterofr.a this orl New York 1 Chico h r were ignited, causing her death. L game of baseball has been a
l,'ie daughter of Mr. ant w
,,:i'. had a narrow *tcape LmvE. iU T " or vrday between t tena
-1z in The bay opposite the A11IA _Ik[ NEWSPAPER MAN ODI 'resenting Pesacola and the s
: ves;erday afternoo.L A IN MARNE CON. UDDENLY ON S.ET Wau a it is ezpecte. to b al
S f young people fro the e.. .. __ otese d Ime. It will be !are
. afternoonn all went b&UKhBg. d r -- n aj I" W UU -O f 01 By l, YIad .M; P l--, n e l
now having eome dre Wgg New York Jly is-ly is belie n ved Atl__tai a Jaly IW--o- it Pens eolalir:-iln., eat her; -
"*e the club house., a-4 that three -ad Morass, of Tena, ao..Jy.. R N it oa liver. -t. be.;
T knowing of this stepped et leIt nght I a m.nH nom lplMtoisn o ya ke w, pte; ai .art bae
t he deep boie., an-w-l .mie &a& ingtcna ioi ac--._ h er rpnisof mttM T-fa ,hmcaw., ae. fat td
ti ned but for Mrs. J Gjos a 8 ...... .... to -i.mm d I T "B. ...|. hr of
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Almost every steamer that wends Its
way from France to the New World brings
along some new and till more chbarmnnl
development of what we. on these shores,
term the lingerie wait or blouse.
Not that there Ia mchb. If. Indeed, any.
blosmDnefs or bagglness to the late ar.
rival. but the term of blouse Is so comn-
pebemdvlve that one appliles It to every-
thing of the class irrespective of design
o ear from shower ay hinblot or In-
dications of a waning vTogne the very
ewet of these charmer a concerts exhibit
a tendency to follow the dernler ert the
wMy last note, Is thiag meals. Each
ew ttle fad of Da e Pase in taken
Iup ad exploited; eery little device that
will Iaproe the elmloutte of the firre
In adopted, and all of the materials that
go to the ashleloin of the summer
frwks are taken up Itkewe by the IIa-
But there Is see point that the French
woman lnsmsts upon In these same fea-
eisattag waists, and that Is that they
shall live up to their title. They most be
really and truly of the lingerie persuaslon.
which may be taken to mean that they
must he absolutely washable by the ordl
nary soap and water cleanalnm process.
Nothing that will not wlthbatad the as
maalta of the laundrew need be presented
to thee for her Ispection. and this la
septe of the tact that the dry ceanlaer's
art it beond t to a bhiher pitch oa pepfe-
tin and offered at a far lower rate In
PiRn than anywhere else upon earth.
The fastidious madams. and nademoiselle.
too. demands that her moxt intimate be-
loninga shall to be ubected to the salu-
tary Tflnun of the sun and wind and
water. and It is only Ir rare Instances that
this rule Is not observed.
And. by the way. this term nlaerte an-
Ped to blooses and walts ts ome that we
seem to have fmced upnm the ParItleoane
themsevMs. The word Itnaerle ower there
ti taken to Indicate only the meat totimato
ariments of the toilette. and een ouch
p e eaIe as louavgar robes, amtinuee.
pe l ora. etc., are not Included under
this tle. The Parlaleans would Just
about as aoon think of Indicating her
do"aty handsome blouere by this title as
ea would of weoarn them in bed. UIs-
gere its something that to sot supposed
to be presented to public view I the
weartag, and so the title by which we de-
ne thoe faeatinc poemaessls In
blooe to decidedly maleadin, to my the
2h eret f hbaiukrHti, nofe, of
both te m and D ctton atiste, ne aem-
brie and the reed thread Irish Ilnem are
all In the ghet esteem for the summer
blense. Hand embroiderles nan rtot. I
ftet. the blame that cannot abow some
meodim eof this monhtoe-e4ired
m fediomft ben oplay out of the raoe
far thesu able faver.
As& to the claboaatka of extravagence
-ftr that in what many t them amset
to-the vue of the eldIme thrand ans
it hI t revived. In wrope there i a
vry vTvI Intl erv m rfviain the ol-
te tameas, a lam a of the Mhiet ao-
cety are dor all withit their pewer
to r4eto r what I fat becominteg a
rt. Teachers oa this eide of the water
S havie an t May an do with eCause
and prtrate pepil. nd ptilow a bebtam
* 0eM as the ftd of the bhou. OeDD etem
wenaers why all o thit hb sat besi
9sae befe. for there is something to
the meal htes of eve the siaplest ad
omet elementary fcharmter whicb the Ma-
Ctpe espy emn never reprodue no mat-
ter boew ged it may be.
s1 It inthath thte pow en the ta
a w* of tthe minmor tetin e
or mlelmt. bhe mdans of thm tatm- e
g in these two lo .tt l eetmae
ily fetng the a elng of the maot
ewebt8y 6 9 neo thenda, and with a
am e sumetiee the girt who is a&ail n d&
fd with er -ew c an* m m It
pnude" hMem of mpo ineu sad
rOnMo" tmt at a sa-
e ane s owee e msn to in om s In
the malmt shap.
MG wM& M b el n ad m
0 me nof pmm el M o-.'whg
orit nal and Individual Is the usual re-
Blouses of allover embroidery are among
the best of the late arrirals. The fash-
loulng of these is simple In the extreme,
for the modishness of the material is
largely relied upon to make the cachet
of the blouse, and any attempt or fussi-
ness in these expensive possessions Is
considered in the "light of an attempt to
"gild the lily, or adorn the rose."
Sleeves are delightfully various. There are
'fre Plain Silk Para-
sol and the Fluif
PammoleO With Ribboee iseprtse
The puarel of striped silk IS oeBs 0tt
will ft In s fth any naeber of vsare
costumes, especially when the strips 9.
low the rMetst fasbas of showing rather a
blurred sad ldistlact line. The mon pi
tIt d In a Ireset production. the *i
being as Ivory shade of wbltp oil it.
stripes a fttet violet that to abalr4 4
either edge so that It seems to elt :te
the white. The ribboo lmaerd for a
border, on the contrary., It s a prWt"
shade of pink, oae that harmootnti w*e
with the violet. thus exhlbiltils oe of
the best catf fida of the summer. w t.
Comifma piak sad violet-or ratr a
piatksh maave-to a esapplcoe- daemw.
These Is a wild rse pattern toa bi
plak on the Dreade ribbon. this. too fi.
lowing the fancy far blM ed and id tal't
lies, the filtege tiatlag Oe a faift sad
cool gsee that serves to nte the vT
coloring delightfully. The frame sad
tips are siver gilt and the handle is oes
of these leag betwood absftt carved like
a totem pole and distinguished with a
fluffy cho of Dresdea ribboo balf way
down the handle, from which bang little
gold tassels to accord with the gold of
the frame and tps.
Thie o luet of Embroldered Pars.
While theo maebln embmIrol i r are roi-
tainly wonderfully fine andl ,ortlei. the
hand mbroiderke haveadistlrtluos sad
distinetnage tha inall their own and prnot
oainst any ort of ecbaolrail Imitatio
whatsoever. This I well exempiSid I1
the parasol pitred. where a hbase -
broldered lines of the abeerest qaql"tf
used. The n top is iton solid a4
work, the dndn el uaded nnrn1a3
so that It sta Oat n tetreaml? bmet
sae MhIgh sel. The Neas to cut sad in
design is planned o ma u a
plecing is avoided. thin mi for
most harmonious egoet. There are fear
rniles of an ope k embolMdery. e#-
somewhat ogverapn todltere; ad 0
stick of natur cMietod Isong. wftb
crystIl ball at the top for ande 4
wreath of little reaO nevwerl y fai'.!
from a sheer Uien tape i deftly IWed s
an edging to the eos-elerd par -ni tO.
this l ewie soervnag a heading to tN
fluffy founees teat suoe ano attract;;
part of the sun- o.
some that come oly to the elbow Rod are
either a simple puff or a fluffy mass of ruf-
fles. Others aow .mitalne cuff. often-
times extending well down over the hand
or stopping at the wrist, and the dality
woman's friend, the dress shield. Is now
included amou the Imperative necesst-
ties of the tollette.
The ribbon accessories, too, are charm-
ing and belt e litures. sashee and
girdles are fashioned after fancy sbapes
and deftly stayed with featherhone rods
to hold their smart, shape.
The Summer Sunshade and the Silken
The sunshade of some kind or variety Is
Just as necessary to the summer girl-
be she stately lady or sanucy soubrette--
as is the fan to a Spanish woman. With
It she achieves the crowning touch to tIb
toilette, and the sunshade carried Is
largely tbe medium whereby the sartorial
signIficance of the occasion is expressed.
One clever girl announced the other day
while on a shopping tour-her second
summer wind, abe called It: for she was
taking advantage of the wonderful bar-
gains that the midsummer brings in the
exclusive shops whose patrons purchase
novelties entirely regardless of season or
weather-she announced that she called
snashades all those creations of chit-
fans, of batiste, of linen-in fact, all
that were frilly and fluffy and Ideally
summery ln their appearance were sun-
shades. Parasols, she continued, were
the more sober, though perhaps none the
less coatly, affairs of silk, and she always
made quite a distinction between the
In the summer silks that are used to
fashion all sorts and characters of tol-
lettes, from the useful ashirtwalst suit of
the mornings right on up to frily frocks
for the afternoon, Dame Fashlon declare
that those who most faithfully follow
her mandates must have the parasol
made fr6m exactly the same piece of silk
as fashaas the gowa. Only a trife of
two yardn extra Is needed for this. and
the mounttag may cost Just as much 'or
as Little a owe ebooses to pay.
The mountings, though, of the late ar-
rivals from France are far different from
what the sprlntame heralded. Some para-
sol shops looked for all fbe world like
some memorial menagere, the handles of
everythg beintag carved tola representation
at the head tof siM bd or beast or flsh.
Parrots were ln especial esteem: the
gold"s eagle perched oa a parasl ha-
dMe leaed like alanst aaythiang but a
picture of Natoal dignity, whie as for
othe gshaoda, terrairs, poodles, tigem,
elephant and all the rest, there were so
cos t from that the choice was
He" r. thin fane for the blaat is
already pasme. ad a more graceful
fasiks has taken Its place. The new
sticks are a et them delightfurlly long.
mea at the appreMag thMe DirectoIre
came l length. and when they are grac-
fely carried they prove a mot effective
adlumat to et toallstf nd a clever
pos low pai ahattt of enameled wood,
t tme matching the a ft hCt iate.
md uWith dle lne ebos tkd anlbs
T e samsae a "a.
The I e ift shout as imtapett a past
ea theona eMthe stick 61NNy Wat
the Genn asa atelitlNNW SMON
are shown, with round ball tips almost as
large as a peh. Others are in gilt with
Just the same ball tips; while still others
are of the usual wire. but enameled to
match the stick and the covering of the
umbrella. Color contrasts, though, are
cleverly managed In some. Por example.
n pale bhlue silk parasol painted in violets
has the frame and t In sliver; while a
vivid red one has them In gilt; and a
smart touch Is added In the little go;d
tassels that drop from the handle rosette.
The white msnshades have the tramp
sometimes nla pale bie. In pink or In
green. Just as fancy may dictate; and
the handle trialmIng soaoetimes show a
repetition of thi toe6 ef color.
One does not often associate velvet with
a summer su fbade: but the most be-
witching knots of velvet ribbon ate pereh-
ed upon the frilly, and fluffy sunshades.
That t tIs In colored velvet oes witho t
anylng for there le n certain Insipidity to
white velvet for such purposes as to put
It out of the runfriag altogether. In fact.
on the white linen and atiste sunshades
It is quite the orreet thing to repeat the
ribbon trimmings of the white gown. and
when these are tIn elvet, as already
hinted, the fect to doubly smart,
RIbbon velvet banda. too, are used to
edge some parcels of silk, and some very
novel effects aib to be seen In this. There
Is a new ribbon that shows one side velvet
and the other a satin plad. On a sun-
shade of solid color th makes for the
most dellhbtftl teWet.
Other ribbons. to. fld novel uses In the
parasol prade, 811k e f faint and In-
determinate printing show a band of rib-
boo above thq edge to mared4 but bar-
moIlose contrast. Thben there are sun-
shades that are eatlrely covered with
racked, pleated or quilled ribbons, the one
row overlapphg the other with the futf-
nest effect: and the se m f shaded
chemnes, the darker ribbee at the thp and
leading dowr to tha i ualest tint at the
edge, or vie v* #-.I M-gh esteem.
Gamuse ribbon w* parteulary hebarming
In this gulse: ad e to several shades
of lavender has row of silver game .rib-
boo Introdueee erty third or ftrth row
wth the me0 t .b5wtto -rMt. A bunch
of olver gauSR I aeN Aseate the long
of aome Parmeaa. d a of te maode to
popularlae the l -nelked gew r iay-
light wear has not reaUet to a M general
aeceptanee as It m-a hoped for.
however, the Tv e the square or
Patch seek, alla eaad. In largely on
the Inp ut Ow lr |ioy a little
*met .n .
H -_.! W> an
Thread Laeo Upom Hand
The so-called lingerie blouse shows not
the slightest bint or Indication of a wean-
Ing vogue. Indeed, so much to the coo-
trary. It takes to Itself new and farther
elaborations day by day. One of the lat.
est of these Is the use of thread face; and
some of the simpler patterns Ia this are
oftentimes made by the wearer herself.
so that she can proudly Laast the bIkoe.
is all her own handiwork. The o lates-
tion shows one of the old-time pillow and
bobbin laces that are done In the Holland
linen thread, and the linen of the bloose
Is of the sheer handkerchief quality. .The
fastening is Is the back, this allowing the
ftreat to take the elaborate scheme of
decoratioo unbroken. Band-ran te ucksa
yoke shape make for the required ful-
nes; nd the lace in whipped as. the
Ines being cat eat beneath. The .-d-
meod-shaped ansertions are called a wi
fancy tdtita. several of the best knows
lasee Othea bel tilise t"We hen
- ., . F
iul and plain and puffy; the smple cuff
showing a few tucks and % stage laes-
tton of the laca
Hand EmbrolderSle -s d baS tenes.
The various sections of thi dantatoy d-
signed blouse, ae that i suitable for
formal luncheons or Informal dinp s, are'
mea planed separate. The yoka, t
frost eApmeceaent. et and leave deeor-
atlons are each made after u iaigs the
princess prald being emplaoyd s a so-
glomeration of fane leeae ttaate e.-
ployed to bold the patters together. Thin
there is a shaped strip of the a e de
chboe embroidered in a tralitan dg atof
oval eylei, with a v a' pater im
fta the- dirfirt Im ttosbia piurdia&
narrow ClOny e. tof the famIllar la pa.
ter In aead to esognet the 0nsm.a plaij
of the patters, thi beating i m
4mploaed a a headwlg. he feftag D
I the baeck. the collar g suppo t
,amuir little fataihtarb nea reat s= t
*evt- -st foas thSe a WA
- ws,~- Jk~-
ragulaftse b ls hb NnNWeh
sem, -the ha hdiup9pSh e
The alter ombooe manew 060m
leg blewo hatW WM t nt mre eO-
cadou~49M.hgs -tnu ehe atbWdpV.
the OW08W being is
fled wpm ft Wqp q d oes
blenh~ t4 te. f
the fuinte bve these eaff. acd It0
Valenie.III lhee wlpped o 07 y 0A
mabs= a aat SaM at thrbet sad Ur -
Rather a heavy m Ine to mpiy i _
and buttnholeod at the doe to P^ '
e -on = =fUNn 5 The OdtiO S
i- t- e tabri-
ft -feing tOa t fev- tnr i
o mof the t w b*o i ai rs, a a
6010600 VONt smeg s a andle. a
*_fnMWa nSe eO a aftubby. with" '
rwlamag sioig the ab L twaistl 9
sofrt in esoager nt o a MonprP4
ba the awaam fe lte tBe ev""
yla S9me = o0 4 e itomodes are
to abe seMo aea a tloct
intek w"h Asa t -Sw andat a
owlns ame pdshaM ide bt pr
f~bs^ -B^'Z Z^ 7 !rT^ ^ ,J ..Effiff )7 7CZ & O J2 5.
Some Smart and Clever Features of FAhjon
Tat PRU*AGOItA *UPA, WIISOOY *3WRmSVL- 3, SS
WE ROE fIf. ELECTRTiIfl VnrAw.
I AL HELD REfiM AND NtAo DYn A T B
S E III Every moratig V IT
I OESOFOUR Nel ran rmm N d at 5 o'clock nTWOsA b*i * ****PrNMi 1.4 ki
esrd wseetouoda y Iyms. Testerday was electrocution day at eermal te ha s ouse sla laai
U ISTOPET WL ..YYi .I -' .the city Jail and for an hour the deady rt wo
S| Iwork proceeded, resulting in the death
Sy The regular meeting th Board by ts .means o about tnty-four the l .
;OM qlR pIE ;of Public Safety was held last night, ogs. mWhen the last ofotf canines T11 11i rer of M1m Lew'l Ier:
UA.tdl Of I -I Chairman Ingraham presiding, an had met death there was a pile of dogs .
Mayor Pro Tem Maur and Messrs. in the Jail yard sufficient to 11 up a J 3,
ty WWite Oliver and McGaughey pre- wagon. The odies of the ahlal
&S to W& M ealt After the reading of the minutes t were carted of to the city.rash ile In io w t foelie tLh my I Tm
t the report o Chief Biclmer of the ire IiML the w Sate d wm ce exectoa- p o t c
i Marshal Scha d 'weas chef exeo cution- u 'my nape- t o
Sarrets had -- ae d te the ground directly underneath the
ed, eMs oat saowln the number 1 or e. and he had as his assistants led a h i ta l greatest seyp whrtiliserd reore a e
i, fi res mad the lass s was read and ap- Journalher of negro prisoners. A wire wasd t ti pt l food tnaoe wholoeot e the cie for both m ti it
Pesac proved. Fla" recently run Into the rear of the yard. Eer ;y I know m D e maye. mae I --e
Sha wro Maran July I".-aircuit cou near where the dogs are kept arond pg, my 20 ttof p g
C.. am **..ssr Srch"'s monthly. rew e port was ,slho ""a lut AS
and attache to a peost. cut off
;yr = d a $0 the 1 then subm itteo ir showed that 3 ve d switch was also placed near, while ohno (Bier e etAw w mI
arrst b m durft the the ground directly underneath the
Clea-ned Xt who h had bs m et rn. g were Aned ASI0.0A uncovered wire is a large piece of al bmsrni nih dh the m.r ep gely ad one wm
the appct T or or Judge Carter s making a clean In a second d it would ogsall life less to o ph o A L d Co C
e adrt en o tpTuhpe d m. He is a na- t a be brought forward and then samet . a a te world hcr ever wow
Which amount Mo had been to ecte. Special to The JournaL shut off, while one of the men wond It na food nd a whom oth the
The time wo d o by r ag- Marianna, July 1.--rlt court I take the wire and fasten it around p. DAISS R XRI
C.__._o_. ft*. A__ grogatO d S8r I.ta whis teh fees still in session. For selling. it kyi in the neck of the animal and through ib Ha ka e hahu a h
.IVI V collected amnteods to $ blind tigers flive were convicted and Its mouth. A liberal supply of water 'Ea i tal e i.
Ch"air Cbaabl ler u nnounced a one acquitted. would then be poured on the anWinial. .,sl s ft hI tat
an he b appearedbefore the on On tursualy eight coloraded men were and zinc and the current turned becon.me
SPa aT a i m and asked fo the p riahtionsas at laarraigned for resisting a officer. One Several thousand volts of electricity Reut of Colapse of Over
a separate ala, two extrated the ofers these was sent to the penitentary would pass through the body of thers T R A FOR BUes, a$. e
GrRSom and $ LDft Incdaemtals, frol term of twelve monusand baled ive n ot tg.roc The will occur would quia few days. r andBank NE NEXT WEEK AT 12 W. A
Cleaned at were fined $250.00 each and costs. smell of burning flesh and hairARAG A TREET
Chi applicatioAt W. IL Taylor for Judge Carter. t making a clean In a second it would fall lifeless to P@ s0 9 MIS8 EVALEWIS dor d
poi Dkoel C in the ts department, was sweep of a co lgested docket for which ,the ground. Another victim would sNy I. ,Ae lr oie o straAow CpA Us
as a visitor the city yeter early a date as ble with the l The deduction is hat our farmer their be brought forward and the same ByAoctd O O C W,
NO. !.I N. PALAFOX STREET. The re@gmatlo. or Ofncer A. lt. Kel- tive'of Jackson county and his fellow- process gone through.
ly from the police rtmetd cites are glad t o do him honorn is dla Fors killed yesterday ar e CINese M ope R PenIco
read alarmd system & Too much rain I causing the cotto ones which have been in p d the s to have the place
l. P a O officer O. Co m s alo ten ered this wee ts at 5 cents per bshel.to grow instead of ta o time required by law an which ecl t w
housesit was rothem the country can be bought T ST T t d te bankr busy for taton
tale Our streets are lled with wagons not willing to Pay the required mumy. oVe o NaRge CAT. WI OP
a" Go ~d (an unusual sight) loaded with cotton. No sooner had the pound -becomA e r M bhe
P; mto a b p emsmia n V& To Ce m atM Wllatie s The price has at last induced our empty before the dog catcher began Disaster Reoft of Coflapse of Over-pteR
er. LeeraCo.,ol -f Since the council had granted the farmers to bring in the remain r of to arrive with wagon loads o others,and when To Mobile and Return.........
board's reque r a appropriatio last year's crop. Cotton sold to-day for and it i expected that another COnd precipitated onall the ver they are taed he wi have one o To N Orlean and Return...
I RS Y TOLD. suofcent, to install a separate patrol 11 cents. Three thousand bales is not trout will occur within few days. Rver nk. Noththe SS NEXT e pped saloons in the city. ....Under Aons will be ma
otem, the 10001 InS tr ted6 City an exaggerated statement o cotton ZAR RAGO BE PAET. A rl be
'. Dani Campbell, of De,-Electrician L0a.m to proceed at as carried over. from last year's crop. When you want a pleasant latve By Asscated P s Cot SID N
Was a vstor n the cty yster ear the asy fo ste wi. hteR ind THE REGULAR BAND CONCER, freere W a dewriptc of as coltrF -iv COMMITTEE.
as a ~ ed the cit h earlyadate a s t ib wt H te i e nds ded ution gooe shatpoue. farme that 'is easy to take anhi certain to wat. Victoria, L C., July 12.-News was
a ehe il pd s t pal atn d acie y ew o ien ar iUnI d shP use Chamberlain's Stomach sad Liver received by the mpres of India of Morris Dennesser s preparing to o Penancola.
ot an West. of Miltont gve the city a- oand e PL e thOIN bushel o corn is tablets. For sale. by all druglets. the drowning of over 0 Chinese as open a saloon at 12 West airragossa
I. false alarms %iag seat i the tru1c the streets at 65 cents per bushel. a result of the oo I lapie of an over- te warrntaSpecial train will leave
engaged in the houses. Ba on from the country can be bought IT T crowded at shed on the banks of the, ready for business y Tresurer.
a Grave of eFulak Owing to the fmat ct o that p l acting from numerous wtownvrs. ark. J Bryan yesterday in declaring thaet rsier near f sute -- 1
t retC eren Cantonand J. H. S thwck fre ly resign r get chare ork penran latly, wo etur woul of train will leave Ne
n- e lmeren to vist Fert more fire alarm b ae s p on aso tske gakeotlr et e considerable common t hel hadi thei phlers asemb the gayly easel cararanpume, ectncans, etc.,ea
coton mills up and discussed. a 4 o t he in aSuy N .t is known bt those po a that the hre d wmo w te ptras t w ne r a beat with a giant ....of the....
rder Lane had ten defendant commiee compose of Mr.17 bWte mWl No w is t de o Jackonvlle Street Railway the dragon boat festival. Denset putting the place into OX STREET METHOf
Shim n the municipal lumbecoart e Chief ier boing a d to lthe re een to the vigorously fought the Aoeery bll, ancrowd flocked to a mat shed builtditon and he expets a net ank of FARE
Scoring r trial. O tis this to te of boxes Remedy. o hs la wortain e over the river. heseeng tatstructure gave theyfixtures could not defeatrr its vethh wth of son in ounta o a nd when To Mobile and Return.......
w. was defenthe cits wyesere dsar th so Indn t- event that aTaoedr o r opec later amon the dtr wh o pasage they ST ET way and precipitated all Into the river Amo they are Arab alng in a sllg The reon was will Orlens an exurson..
A. O sn ant. of Jackm -vlle, cay 1 Fet comes you will need it badly-you Will WILL CONTEST EN E- A few saved themselves, but the oth the -best equipped saloons the city. SPecialp visions will be m
I, inspector for thisd i o b ned qiwcky. Buy it w m eia t eree s were drowned. whTitaND N pT ArSs -r enr s r wl be
'he city on business cNmected Mayor Pro Tom Mauts Wasgbt up naee ite quor c ale by ft w MEI1 OF NEW AVlwY OUTSTANDINGCfw
parte y fo tu et oa the s .v e S- e e o o h WARRANTS. WILL BE PAID.
e chased by tn form e f ora by tm THE REGULAR BAND CON CERT -I r ea Ie es a t oswi Pensaola, Fla., July 12, 1905. COM ITTEE.
SBase and T. e P l of that some means should be devised A DANCE AT ELECTRIC PARK seeen in Tet taken f lm 0 st . nol
!.,gnmery. passed through thl outt whererad ing warranst could A. M &onsn Pre H. Kelly
' er yn par d throu the y whereby such cod be doe. At BY THE PENSACOLA AMUSEMENT The Jacksonville Street Car -Co. wfi A. Wedel's book, Laa and It the fine and forfeiture fund of e scam-
out t aent only one scales Is own by the AND MUSICAL COMPANY TAKES fight the Avery "Jim Crow" law I t M rysteries:" tem every amlet the vi county, registered up to date will Aaron Prather, Manager.
a whre the wil spend city, and it was decd motio PLACE TO-NIGHT. A SPECIAL PRO- the courts and the contest promises eotta s had swarmed 4 into their be paid on presentation. Parties hold-
ay fishing of Mr. Maura to appoint a committee GRA IS ARRANGED. COME AND to be an extremely intern O fld wr nd ng id waan are euired to Pb pe-
A. Fvors ptueretly. Wt e o s eew hat tou enough cr d sc s eENJOY YOURSELF. The Jacksonville Metropolis has the osttu. for a to trat our chool chiren I m. n wb Y
, Thomasrtlle. Ga.. is in the city on could be purchased for, one to be NJS- following to say in reference to the gpeing Ithe -o f n shnte- cor. T- sent same for pants as fro ist
.Fsit of several days. He was for- toned at each truck hoem v.inA a m. Dm tlee-e. matter: .. ... The on these warrant
: engaged in the hotel business In . The Pollee UffilI's "There to a hale and hearty lhe action of County Solicitor W. plowing WIth oxen gaudily date.JL
a: ity. Owing to the fact that police officers d walking about town," J Bryan yester aby in declaring that b wt o wool 13July4t County Treasurer.
W C. Vereen and J. H. SmIthwick, frequently resign or get dinharge-. ed a Now Yor pysican lamy. Who he would prosecute the street car com- gwin Sr and blun, wire log
Moultrie, Ga. are in the city on leaving the city to pay. any balance D YeaOM has bad a cemplati c lo s- t panies for violating the "Jim row" throat tam e taals oane Ian yva owf p 1a 1 I ta w M
S-;ne.ss. Mr. Vereen is interested in that may be due upon their uniforms, i mt- law providing for a separation of the harness of jingling bele while close A rav -elr Et wi nO
Sa oton mills in his stat the board decided that as n a t the - r i coated considerable comment. bohUnd tha wer cawme thO e soaoly ....aelof the....cr
-NCE TO-NIGHT, A PECIAL t b by what his father had learned: tbwth h ofe mectha be Apil, May or l om labor oon daract.,, M a
CE TO-NIGT. A PECIAL PRO My husband was always ond of wit, than himself. It It told aft a Happy Results. ...r.Us.o n,.t. chance abVI
GM IS ARRANED. COME AND oee, and after hia bms took him that Oem day while staaotg in ftot VJibe heat are e t r to bathe lr tin- Lfe
hNJCV YOURSELF. freently into a Geran community ot hs hotel on Pennaylvanla aTenue a R t ree to bathe Si tan-
'Take" Unde Ad t be drank t wi he re that wam mules t by Have Made Many Pensacola Rednts kg S FRIDAY NIGHT, JULY
Wis kidneys became aeatd @rnd he curl oa an overs frm ome eC the Enthusiastic. or to bent an tei sw e l akes. 3m. Ulnkea-What! sg awayr? m
w. L. Del&a., wo 1s su-ered gresaUy wft aes end es- stoc fam in Yis. A o The Sss reo-s tt w m I- WIn Servan-ee Am u ml ,o
S- havin g embezle4 uto ds poni decy, tillm s e 11e 1t^^ near- n Bostom ho w mtanding No wonder scores of Pensacola citl- pose no rmat suferift n e &l- cmees a You g m the kys
Sad Deor nion d me So a r ,ens grow enthusiastic. It is enough dren tha to e thm r draw e a .... give by the ....
before Ju.re Landram and began to drtnk Pt m weso 1. It to make anyone happy to find relief bours at a sttc in an Intolerably d ewel bes to kee LADIES' AID OF THE FIRST C
S ;... days, con uded yes- cored him; 5 n a vo aort time l after years of suffering. Public hot choolroo. They know that ebil. B1imk--Yi, I did that to ow tat TIAN CHURCH.
,.. when the court an- hia kidneys resued'& t me Ci . .w..a tw statements like the following are but dren eanm under sue ch itmons I tr ted you. What s e matter? TIA
:. matter would be functions, his p5s were a'ayed, and, of yercourtit a d Wh truthful representations of the daily learn a l; bhee the school direct- Srvant-Thie don't oneo ~'m Te
S,- :'dvisement. the despondent whkh nearly arT ly gieg?" work done in Pensacola by Doan' S h by making these New York WOOkly. THE TUG MONARC
driven him crSy easeid ti trouble, Te elebrat loo at the Kiney Pills. heat ho y o ave the a
O shing Tr himh; animals wbe a qunual glst, sad Mrs. David C. Wilson, wife of Capt e ea ae M d il lea
y compoedofW.. My little boy, a vyearMd, ad srf- then, turning to the other, sad qetly, David C. Wilson, of the tug boat Co- thecMldr much mise n mh at Tea Oe t has been secured and wd lemv
S man. Dr. R. Allmon. H feared ever since he was weaned, fro&; but with eat emphasis, "'h are go- lumbia, and residing at 26 South Reus Jo al ie'- svllar. d Myou s Tas wharf at 5 p. m., stoppg at W
S* George P. Wentwoith stomach and bowel tabl He could lag to Massachusett to t&C al.9 street, says: "If Doan's Kidney Pills Jow the bb' ad In the evenLo ton each way.
Slef yesterday o the not properly est th drank. -arps Weekly. had not benefited me nothing h wi. Will leave the life saving oulat
Z. "J" f.- Gagnet's Blyou. where It passed out of his Dow in bar.]W induce me to recommend them either F format #M "Lt me see," mmed his w Will leave the life saving statl
Sfhgtere. s o eueof ys pro cing e publicly or privately. I had a never- A dweller n the tropics says: "For 'Oh, yes, I remember now. WIy, we 8 p. m. on return trip.
s mal l, ,n oshia re,1 evmpS" p.eth,-e y d uc T ehe em to us1 K eaeasing pain In the small of my back a delctous early morning drink I ree- diseRmFed that ome who re ly ERE
dirrsh there pellets, ld have tn China everything seems to us to that made me nervous, and when I mmed you to try the k from the ved nto the hose as th street RERESHMENTS SERVEE
CHOLERA INFANTUM. call In the doetr. But the trouble re-* b lry co ry" and te Mt went about my work around the house green eooaut. Cut e t e sa Cstellow." ADULTS, . 35 Cl
C' ot Epeot l to from turned, the house is devoted to the kit chen the pain would be intense. Other ant w a sharp kifte, pr the e- CHILDREN, 25 C
S-e Not ExpeAated tt Ced b "e used toS le him tatasteof Posf ys a mnimry." "Upon ntrlag thOe symptoms of kidney complaint were toats it a glas, and you have a drink sm. I
SHour to Another, t C Coee oy u saw house at the rot oor me I letro noticeable and I decided to try to for. enut must be Old Lady (watching a footb a
C' amnerain's Coic., Cas and that he rolid it a MSed how e into the caUniary depta tiet check the trouble before it became W la I wa a t --I anaa' aniertan' that th'. B GIVE YOUR HAULING TC
a'foea Remedy. much good itlid is tther, l liportat a gpetto too deepted, and bI sent to fety ad easuted a deter. Part of SO--Well, yoU oh sMe s tat
hep little daughter tanetop a title bi bottle of' housaoldin t e kitchen tha t sth pope- Sidney Kahn's drug store, N. o k the ball 9u ws m thse paoO Ing Transf
S Agnewille. Va., was nal milk. The eat .Owas ufty that / Of -e m i Soth Palaox street, uSd Sot eDoa's 0 a t I mlk to thk lOe bl t took t lo1l
of cholera infantum test sum- I gradually ltrsse e atity. till o pire i rtkne -h r I Ttsho baPshed the PbaSclhe e use i BW Wotn a e n O
gare my kidneys, banished the baekache it MOi laey a 060 wfih Bw We4, that wada be h"dt It
Sw gave her up and hdd it lt e tr W a to give at i es w tme t w&" and prevented the agor and dpres- that I had a hae o repeatng that t&heyd a' gst eot q' Thor. *R Thr r P
... -r "o live from neO hour to it color. He trhrveR Weatlerly an elmes ta C a a tng oa-sld otn that I felt mornings. I cold do partin ot the c Whoe the cabbage
h. saym *l I n app'i A, to IL. He is ever IIIID a0111111s We tim ae W m ewor without suffering, and pmym grew. ete bas a vegetable and pa emp af bas aAUfNeO VVeaY DESCRIP
f Chamberlain's CAA, Chaora hin diUtioato if tO ad w mowe to aM haasy sat Ia XIined my .asual energy and t ha n- beet of head of tm HI you put two pesmst thn a ""
-hoea Remedy and got a hot- made I=a ow--nml- -g- -o at & h ot or threou a pr- SS" mY ,ae ra bbt the t io palm td Is b, oe of woo tC NTON tVE
'cmi the store. In *Te hbows 00 bend. ven tr Ima ia do esif. So hilfthe t For sale by ato degms. Price So at te at bad eatingee other t ve. y w BAOA DA Y OR N
c hang for 0te better. W e tie fu d ft t e a l gi ve'n" t w mgivenolmd Inn the ree11in1ds11 r s le b1 e 1 kN. uM 111bad e ing e 111e1e her11W., V7t it mAGGAGE DAY OR N 11P
'.re- ,met the i.m w Wl b t.e In a, i WV wU ct Podep 111
" h o :o t ber. WeMtle e ll orM C ; ..p. te. ,s -._v ,yr"t. o"-- bn .... . ... as "--",Mi.' ". " ,. "' ""
half of one l bot d T-e- a I : "i h '* d "- -- - -4 6. .
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w oe v-m T IM TO SLOW UP.
F ew Got Awq& w w. --: : .
af sre oio nhty "w defltWag Why do so many AlmericaPs want o
w - w N, and windlbk bakers ,etting away do things in less. time than is nece.-
these days. They caunt a Iundred scary to do them well and safely and
thousad dollar .ee from fitnol;e at happily? Is It the distemper of the
Seattle the otag day. lie lad bown the times?
tr / money and wilt probably do a sen. For Instance: A train is run from
SI I teace of at least W yeas., His sisters, Chicago to New York on an eighteen-
IIO O WNgwm"B MATai Ml, however, will do a good deal worse hour schedule because there is a de
than that. They will have to go with- mand for it, Men will pay extra fare
out the $61,000 they mistakenly put up in order to save two hours. Nor do
H IE AaSOMA MUU towards making the shortage good.- considerations of sgaety appeal to
Tampa Times. them particularly. The thing is-to get
S* to New York and save two hours.
W RAU Marianna Improvement Bonds. The fact is, the average American
sR= T0r O " *"f-.s o Marianna has acoied on bonding for is in such a great hurry he cannot stop
.... M .......... improvements, # asfjority of twenty- to count up the loss of an apparent
SO..-- i W k ........... fiv being the rmsul of the election gain. He cannot see that haste makes
** 1 i W -r.P1 i Wednesday last Twenty-five thou-i waste. He does not realize that hurry
t i n vT at -i a me sand dollars in boads will be issued,I not only lessens the pleasures of life
to be appropriated as follows: Nine but increases its perils; that it not
PSA thousand dollars to build, install, con- only destroys the flavor of life, but
OLY PeMACOLA NWPAPER PROM WHICH A rDETAIla struct and maitna an electric light-j increases its pains.
CIRCULATION SrTAT"g M T CAr e f g plant and electric lights to be, "Heart failure" is on the increase.
owned by said town; $10,000 to bui.l: Fatal nervous disorders are caused by
a public school blullding for said town,; ithe intensified life. Vitality is sapped
SOI 0 No13r-t re $4,000 to extend the waterworks of said Nerves lose their energy. Heart mus-
TWA M= o &SL g town, and $2,000 to build a new town cles boome Overstrained. Life is
hall for said town. This means prog- shortened.
ress for the little --t old an beautifull 'But more: Not only Is tire growing
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY MORNING,.JULY 13, 1905. town.-Jacksonville Metropolis. pace of American life dissipating phy-
,* sical powers. It is slowly killing the
SIProgressive Hillaborough. higher powers of the splrit--the nob-
GOING AWAY? The expected revolution in Russia did The people o oHillsborough county lest part.
When you leave the city for your not. crystalize in the course of eleven have shown thew progressive spirit' Men are so busy chasing dollars
summer vacation have The Pensacola days, and the mutineers are now pris- and the interest they take in educa-Jthey have lost desire ror other pur-
Journal, follow you. Notify ciroula. owners in Roumania. Their fate will tonal matters by having made ar- suit. Commercialism has atrophied
tion manager, Phone 3. largely depend upon the course of rangements to keep the St. Petersburg their souls. They are dead to the best
events in Russia. and to some extent Normal and Industrial school running in life. The sensual has swallowed up
in Washington, where the peace con. the same as heretofore. This sdhoo!. I the spiritual.
The insurrection fever in Russia is ference will soon meet. They are tech- one of the best ot its kind, was killed! This is not true of all men, but or
even more deadly than the Yellow alcally guilty, because they held and with the other state Institutions by too many, It is the tendency. And
Jack in Panama. sailed a battleship in the Black sea the passage of the Buckman bill, butI the order should be, Slov up.
without authority from a duly recog- the progressive people of that county As the trains ought to be scheduled
-Japan wants permanent peace and nized government but in spirit they say it will run on ahd have made ar- not for the purpose of gaining a few
Sset about secrin t by al ere not unlike Maxim Gorky or the rangements for it to do so, and the; minutes, but for safety, so the living
s set about securing t aylg up millions of other revolutionaries in next legislature should make ample of men should be scheduled to the
Kussia's back door to the Far JBt. Russia, all of whom desire the over- provision for the maintenance of this pace of sanity.
throw of the autocracy, and the sub- school.-Gainesflle Star. The fact is pace Is more than a mem-
There are thirteen bankers n the stitutioa of a constitutional govern. *o ace to health and life. It Is 1uinous
Ohio state penitentiary. They are meant. The men who were on the Newspaper Talk Wasted. to sane development, to large useful-
probably convinced that 13 is an un. P(Knas Potemkine may become vic- If the pistol-toters would only read ness to one's fellows, to the highest
lucky number. times. but the Russia of the future will the newspapers and discover thereby ideals.
doubtless honor them. .in what estimate they are held by law. ,
Wonder i tOacey M. Depew will abiding people they might reform maelna Co.ow."
have nerve enough to wrk off a story THE RIIUP-CUP. from from very shame. But who ever "Isabella color" las been described
based uon the losw of that $20,000 t By John Hay. beard of a platoltoter, the man who as a dingy whitish yellow. The origin
ased UOn the los of that $0,000 My short and happy day is done, habitually violates the laws of his of the term is certainly an odd one, it
Equitable retainer? The long and dreary night comes on country and goes constantly armed for of the term certainly an odd one, i
And at my door the pale horse stands murder in a peaceful, civilized land- either of the generally given explana-
Scientists announce that they have To carry me to unknown lanfs. reading a newspaper? You might poS- tons Is correct. According to one sto-
discovered the secret of life. As yet, sibly reach the brains of the average ry, Isabella, daughter of Philip II. and
however, we have not noticed any de- His whinny shrill, his pawing hoof, pistol-toter with a club or with his own wife of the Archduke Albert, vowed
cound dreadful as a gathering storm; favorite weapon, but never with a: not to change her linen Sill Ostend was
cr e i the r g of mortality. And I must leave this sheltering root newspaper or any other intellectual taken. Most unfortunately for the roy-
The different pictures of the battle- And joys of life so soft anal warm. device. All newspaper talk Is wasted al lady the siege lasted for three years.
ship Knia n that have Td aou him because it never reaches him, The supposed color of the archduchess'
ship Knaz Potemkine that have ap- Tender and warm the joys of life- but perhaps thq cumulative effect linen at the end of this trying ordeal is
peared in print might lead one to be- Good friends, the faithful and the that kind of talk, reinforced by the I said to have become the fashion. The
leve that the vessel was a whole fleet true; object lesson, of frequent murder di- other explanation Is a similar one, but
within itself. My rosy children and my white, rectly chargeable to thu pistoltoter,the story Is made to relate to Queen
8o sweet to kiss. so fair to view. may in time create a public sentiment Isabella of Spln and the siege of Gra-
Richmond Pearson -Hobson has an-o sweet to kiss, so fair to view; that will dr ive himout of business.- nada. When we consider the length of
bounced that he will again oppose J. H. The night comes down, the lights burn e time penitential hair shirts were worn
Bankhead for the democratic nomina- blue; Caught a pig Tarpon. In the middle agps, the legend is not so
tion for congressman from the Sixth And at my dor the pale horse stands F. W. Scholtz of Brazil, Ind. brought wildly improbable as would at first ap-
Alabama district. The political bee' To bear me forth to unknown lands, in Wednesday a fine tarpon that meas- pear.-London Tit-Bits.
has evidently attacked him again, andred 61 feet in length, and weighing
has evidently attacked him again, and p IoutOa. 111 pounds. This was eAught at Bird Dr. J4bu w.' owa"sToast.".
with renewed vigor. 'e blue jay is a great elocutionist key just opposite Sarasota, and the The celebrated Englishman Dr. John
and gives utterance to many'unlooked time from leaving Sarasota uptil his Brown, w1 .founded the "Brunonlan"
The Birmingham Ledger says: "It for remarks, but the one most often return to the wbarf with the flah was system of tMedicine, was, In addition to
is said that ex-Senator Call of Florida heard In the woods relates to the pos. just one hour and forty minutes. Mr. being an exceedingly clever physician,
wants an office and has announced his seson of a "che-tldleya-ek." Just ex. Schultz has a beautiful specimen of a somewhat witty personage. For
allegiance to Mr. Roosevelt. That atly whatort of e re or the silver king which he is having many years he paid his attentions to a
negwaye to gt aoofieut. at Yr. th wt t r thin9 mounted and will take home as an certain lady without meeting with the
one way to get an office, but as Yr. thit Is o one eo n tell, but whenever I evidence of his skill as a fisherman. cing wh t
Call is rich and 71, he may not get am in the woods I beer the jays ex- -Sarasota Times. success e de d during which time
anything he would accept. That Flor. claim "Chee-tidley-ek got him," to he- was aacUtomed to propose her
ida idea has crept up here into Ala- which the meadow lark In the pasture Warning to Part. health in company when called on for
clearinbama and those who want oce are g replies, "Oh-so-cheap," with a We notice bythe papr that within a toast. Being observed one day to
bama and those who want ofice are most sarcast drawl on the "so" and te past few weeks several children omit the usual tribute, a gentleman
declaring their allegiance to supposed n inflection on the "cheap." As a rule, have been drowned who were allowed present reminded him that he had for-
winners." the meadow lark says his say while ti go out in small crowds in bathing. gotten to toast his charmer.
perched on a fence post, and he talks The parents did not realise the dan- "Why, Indeed," said the doctor, "I
THE MUTINY ON THE with hi moth wide oA There are ger they were wading into until it was fnd It all In vain. Since I have toast.
KNIAZ POTEMKINE. a lot of little people in the thickets who too late. Parents should not allow ed her so many years and still cannot 4
The career of the mutinous Russian ae always in sch a hurry and talk their children to go out with bathing make her Brown, I am. resolved to
The career o the mutinous Russian w ahradtlk parties in any waters where they could toast her no longer."
battleship Kniaz Potemkine has been fast that it is difcult to tell what they get over their depth In water, not even
briefly summed up as follows: 7sy. There is that gayly colored little when larger boys and girls are along. A Daw an a Los Jam.
June 28-Mutiny on the battleship fellow the red start, crying, "i-wet We understand that crowds go in bath- A big log Jam that on one occasion
ported from Odessa. iwee-whe-wbe-whisett," and the dainty Ing in the river here almost every blocked an Illinois river was broken
June 29-Mutineers hoist red flag, summer yellow bird, who has some- afternoon, and of course, have a jolly In a peculiar manner A brown bear
land machine guns and aloi mobs in thing to say in the same line and much good time, but we bave tears that some i b rr
light against troops. Wharves and in the same manner. What be wants day they will return with some of was noticed by one of the river n
piers burned. t wheat, and, although he never eats their number missing, unless there is prowling around the skids and later
July 1-Kruger's squadron reached it, his constant cry is, "Wheat, whe, more care taken and good Judgment was observed crawling over the piled
Odessa and the Potemkine supposed hteat w Weat, wheaten had as to how far they shall b allow- up tImber. Gradually bruin worked
to have surrendered, but developed t'weat wheat, wheat, wheat.-D ed to go out into the river. We don't his way down to the key log and at-
later that squadron sailed away with- Beard in Recation make this suggestion with the idea of tacked it frantically. Instantly the
out reaching agreement with muti- -. making anyone ead, but feel that mass of logs broke. The bear was
meers. some warning should be made before crushed to pieces. Later it was learn-
July 2-Potemkine arrives at Buch. -r ,w1oMM P te Degg. It is too late.-Manatee Record. ed that the key log was filled with
arest Roumania. Roumanian goveran- w or r n honey.
sent announced that mutineers would -W ie lS9 a For Treasurer in 190*
be treated as deserters. T f The Crescent Is permitted to state The Badwht side.
July 4-Potemkine reaches Theodb- T-that in all probability Hen. Paul E. "I should think you'd feel awfully
sia, on the Crimean peninsula and asks U U 0 Canovd, of 8tarke, will be a candidate sad over your quarrel with Mrs. Scadds.
for coal and provisions. for state treasurer in 1105. Mr.' Ca- worth after all these years."
July 5-Mutineers threaten to bom- ** nova is a traveling salesman and num. "Yes, I do. Still there's one pleasant
bard Theodosia, but steam away with- bers his friends In all parts of thing about it. ier children are grow-
out opening fire. state by the tihr uands. He Is ex- ua i
July 7-Black sea fleet reported to COPIES tremely popular, and when he gets Ie up and will soon begin to get sar-
be in pursuit of the otemkine. fairly in the field Will make a warm d Ocoure *fter what h P-
JulyS 8-Mutineers reported to have eOr av "pe campaign.-Uve Oak Crescent. pene, I'l not nave to give them any
sunk the ship and surrendered to Rolu* wedding presents."-Chicago Tribune.
snanian government F h Gainesville Is nFleouri4shing.
Commenting upon the mutiny, which No city in Plosila had had a more sweaes.
a nique in history, the Birmingham healthy growth In the past two years A Scotch dominie, after telling his
ue history, the Birminham ALthan Gainesvillel The streets and scholars the story of Ananlus and Sap-
Age Herald sa.s: .The following figures show The Pen-. sidewalks have been improved In many pbira, asked them, "Why does not God
n eleven days the battleship be- s.a .o Journal's circulation for each parts of the city, new business build- strike everybody dead that tells a lie?"
am the talk, if the the laughing day during the month of June, 1906, Jngs have been et~ d manty band- After a long silence one little fellow
tock of the world but brief as he with the average number of copies some.resedenceS have bK-n complete exclaimed, "Because there wouldna be
career under the red flag was, it will ,ily: and more would have been, only for nobody'left"
have a place In history as something juJune 1 4,000 JUn 16 4,460 lack of material. hMany mord resident.
so unique as to be without a preie- June 4,40 June 17 4,450 ces will be put up between fiow and .
dent. In the days of sailing ships and June 3 4,450 June 18 4,700 the end of the *ar. We are "just eow.
se-rovers there were similar at- June -4 4,700 June 19 growing-there o no beom,--aines- Uncle O*orge.-And how do you Hke
tempts, but the Knias Potemkine June 5 June 20 4 0 vlle Sun. 7our employer, Tommy? Tommy-Oh,
stands alone among steam-propelleo' June 400 June 21 4,450 he Isn't so bad, but he's bigoted. Ua-
warships in the history of mutiny. June 7 5,000 June 22 4,450 sb* t Wiah. ele George-Bigoted? In what way?
Tce mutineers of the Bounty live in June g 4,480 June 22 4,460 "I have always aoWead my wfe to Tommy-He's. gt an idea that words
sOM. as do thofe of the British leet jJ u 4 June 24 4, wish so thing for every can only be spelled his way.
at Portsmouth In 1807. At Malk some, June 10 4,4"0 June 25 4,A00 ljirthdy since rh besqk married."
Greek and Corsican mutineers in 1807, June 11 4,700 June 26i ..... ntev rirta
loded. five hundred barrels of gun- jme 1 ..... June 27 4,480 'UWhat does ie timSs Mel Million t(of uncertain age )-I%
powder. destroying the ship as well as JuM i 1l 41460 Jule 8 4,460 'ell d g t im h onlythin that worries me wed.
themselves. An attempt was made inJune 1 4 June 2 4,40 brewing to. It will be perfectly horrible
42 to convert into piratete'J4Ju to have people know- MiRosebud
United States brig-of-war Somers, then T for the moth.....117,.oo yw
cruising alor the west coast of Africa Average per day......... 4.5064 JU Ardu -Is It Igtto ay thik you're his mother.
t ringleaders were hung at the yard I hereby certify that fh above state Miss Arre-O6 bet. are aflewable. T u*
mtteer i the Klast is e ort a S wording to the. rec- For stance, I dal a seyounS Hewitt--What are -you growtg a
nhemutineers on the Knlia Potem. ords on ld IV this o fce. mainbutI1 n=4
k. is were in no sense robbers. They L. R. MITr, an, t I candit yeAt all* beard for? Jewitt-Well, I don't la*
believed they were but leaders in a Circat Xr. W ....- telling you that I am wearing a meef.
ORt solltical revolution, wlieh, ift -.- M tll "t tte my wife save me.
mecessful, would tranform them into Swomtoo &a sM erMed me (at the uMi (tAt StUer-
patriots. The .d.ter e between pi- tM. o r( M. 1d# *% MN *Maa toUs nsl bavoe no efeet,-
rates and patriots s sometimes J. P. stwKBs te doin to a*^aqS ea e ISanBers which are stwofs eW
fam me. up the worM ".ON.-V M-tary P M ho. he i lsaw g b thbgMe g b-HuSely.
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H. L. COVINGTON, President M.. E. CLASRK, e,.
C. W. LAMAR, Vice-President, JNO. PFrWFFE.I AMi .G-Iw.
THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK-
OF PENSACOLA, FLA.
*OMgNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNIltED STATE*
Capital Stook, $200,000 Srpir 40,000
henry Covington 8. J. Ibahee.
"J. Pfeifer. A. M. Avery,
M. w Pfeffer. W. H. Milton, Jr-
Bryan Dunwody, ~ Maura,
'rank Reilly, W. L. Cawthon,
:W. S. Rosasco. C. A. O'Neal,
T. F. McGourin, Dr. W. J. Han ah,
F. E. Brawner, MeKenzie Ortingl,
jC W. Lamar, Alex McGowin,
J. R. Baunders, C. M. Covington.
Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporations, and Firms Sollcted.
Four per cent. interest paid on Time Deposits, "
I- r I
WM. H. KNOWLES, President
THOS. W. BRENT,'Asst. Cashier.
W. HYUR, JR.,.V.-Pres. had Cash.
W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Cashier.
of Pensaoola, Fri.
DIRECTORSs F. C Brent, W. A. Blount Wimn H. Knowles
W. K, Hycr, Jr., D G, B Tret
fOREiiN AN DOIESTIO EXOINANIE IUNT 1N SOLD
We deaw our own Bills of Ex.
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Germany, France, Austria, Italy,
Holland, Spain, Belgium, Russia,
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and
other European countries.
Vessels disbursed upon the Most
Favorable Terms, and their obli.
gations taken Payable at Port of
Destination Ten Days After Vea.
eel Arrives there.
Safety Deposit Boxes For Ret, in Connection with which we
have a Private Department for the use of Rcntcrs.
'- DEPARTMENT &
Urary contalas 43.000 im ,
sater works, electric ihzhi .
trl eati system. N. %; !
aitl ts., sgmna.mlm yT
C. A. building
W STUDENTS. 66 INSTRUCT q
The fall term i'ezls
Sept. 11, 1901. .,,-o,
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LET US FURNISH
PHONE No. 1104.
Cormer Zarragossa and Tarragona ,
CREAM DELIVERED IN ANY
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PROMPT AND EFFICIENT4
WORK CALLED FOR AND
MEMBERbH-lP RAS FR-
PRE83:NG;, S1.o0 ?ER
E. E. REEE,. M. E. AEHITE
F. M. WILLIA'..
CONTRACTOc *J.H4f, i'-DER,
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to Pensacola B,;4r: C. C
Prompt atteJ : . -.
to business. ? Fl. i
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Savings Depr tment-Interest Paid on DO- DIREC 7 R Y
posits at Rate of 4 per eont per Annum.
*, HILTON GRIBN, PaslD oar. T. I. WILL S, VICZ-PaSLODXT.
M. M. aUVSnILL. UA cSIX MANSaIMlD MORMO ,AM. CAmsan i
Citizens National Bank,
of Pensaeola. Fljort .
GoO.W Wright, Morris Bear, T. Welte
izx RoMbisOn. L. Hilton Greea.
A GENERAL BANKING 8 BUSINESS TRANSACTSD.
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R. M. CARY, Vice-President.
THE PEOPLE'S BANK Of PENSACOLA.
Directors-L. J. R'-eves, J. 8. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Cary,
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TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
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ROOMS WITH RUNNING WATER AND PRIVATE BATHS.
LARGE SAMPLE ROOMS.
Special Weekly Rates for Table Board.
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~O ~ --~--4'r C~~r ~-, l~~ -.- -,rr
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HAVE OUTGROWN OUR BABY CLOTHES AND OPENED A
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WHERE WE WILL BE GLAD TO HAVE YOU CALL SE.
FORE PLACING YOUR ORDER F0l UilbUAS A. A-
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CAR LOAD OF PANT 4
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Do.t7?s am I
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CENTRAL TRADE CGU L.-iL
There will be a .nae-'. .. o.t
body o the first and t
days of each month at. 7: J m. m. L
delegates are "equeated ;.
ent. Z. W.OB,.
W. DELAY, Pre.
Pensacota Lod No 3. K otr.
meets every Moaday evetricr at lA
'Wlock at tawr CasUti Ha ;. Bcm
Watson buildusg. corner 1 n.'. .x and
Garden street VYlstiL; bre:hreas
dially welcome i.
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HLORSLF'. r,* r#. V
2 0 :.Kt Tc'l
go'tlok !s their Caol
4 v b-.tfr:nr .' &"
Gardea streets V;x.i.: .e e re
v. It. CitUTL C. C.
C. J. LaVy. K oft &. &
Knights af Columbu&
lKnights o: C> .M5ui
aro helf at :.eO- -.
No. 8 We: ..r td :n--
eia street. -m eve
Monday eve~:n; :
7:80 o'elockt. An !
vitation is extendal
to visiting Knights.
JOfiN B. TONE?
3DM. FOX. Grand KnFg.L
Pensacola Ladge No 4. 1. 0. 0. .
meets every Thursday evening; at 7 V
at the new hall on West Oarsed
street. Vitlaga brethren cord&a.'
Ivlted. M. A. NEILBON. N. &
B. R. WrrnwuvuKl, secretary.
Iaeomi Lge N ha10. Reoekahb S
teor Cets every. Monday n:gbt A:
I o'loek it L 0 0. F. Hall. r*
tUng si8teM wrdially Itv red t" *
poes X. MIB= NIITA M. ELZ=OTT.
MIBS NAMIAT FRWMAN Se-ear.
Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. 0. W.
meetas I Pythisa Hall 1st and 3r
Wednesday to eaeh mocth. Vlsili
sovereigns om-dially invited.
F. A. BOGHIC., C. C'
IBSLI BIt OOh. C.er. _
e E.- .0. 0 .
-Kolstor ncampmnMt No. 4 MOO
e as5oad and fculth '.,eaesdays l
L 0. 0. Jr. all, m West c.ulr
str-e. Viitt g patriareb invited
'1. 0. VINSON.
JOHN WILLOCK, scrtbS
Joppa Ledgi, N& 4 L 0.0. F.
3oppa Lodg, NA 6, L O. 0. ?,
mats evfry Tusead evening at 7:3
o'clock at Rafford Hall, West Gardfs
streeL Visting brMthrea cordj;Ia
"tWd. H. JOUDRVINE N. G
C. L SIBTHUs.M
-a Qa, Lodge Ne 4, Woodiaes
Orde amets every ThMu*day at 30
aL Vi t wng sovergn cordila.y niS
L MRU M. &. OLSEN.
LUJMI BAIU L Guardian
M. A. B- A. N 81 meets flr ar.:
third Weeda mng at 7: A
m ., auord N. o. 10 West In:ew
dA. Ie, Pr
A. G FLL, Pro*
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U YOU an X "Okddee for qqal
0 y, a double
pleamv in drinking it6 cmii for
Mouths to prevent biliousne, and
eey bottle is thooinUhl stefrlized.
It is a w me-res a body-ilder, and a
tickler for the "'stickldea" taste. B. sr to fr
G**e maBer femw. 4l te samy Slow&P"
WM. GERST REWING CO., Kvae,,Ta.L
LUMB& TO P1ANMA
Sb Is n h is Cuat w a i a da
The fart cargo of hmber to be hip
ped to Paama from Peoaseole Is oww
belag loaded ln the harbor. It will go
out on the British steamer Mihmar,
consigned to Ryer Bros., ad a large
part of It has alrea* beea stored.
The cargo will aggregate about a
million and a half feet of drawsed lum-
ber, and is the output of AmIl la this
section. The contract -for furnishing
this class of lumber was earned by a
Chicago arm from the Panama Canal
Commission, but the firm purchased
the timber here and the shipment will
go from this port.
PLAN OF BOYCOTT
While it Is -ot dedsately known, it
Is mppoaed that te lumber is to be
used tIn ereetiag cottages aad houses
then and tor other similar purposes.
le this will be the frst cargo of
la W to .*ouut from Pensacola it is
believed ast other shipments will fol-
low, owing to thetIot that Pensacola
Is the neareat port to the canal and
lan iditoa the best elan of timber
and lumber procurable can tbe pur.
chased Aere Sad loaded cheaper than
at any ofer port. At present the
heavier clas of timber is being ship-
pei from the MINISMppi coast.
PLOf TO KIDNAP
SON OF GOVERNOR
PETER SMLL. Oltlfbtelr fur Penscola.
w I I m I--. m
AND I N SiM BANDITS HmGED
OFFA-LS R PBY JAPANESE IN KOREA
OFFICIALSHEands of Outaws Who Have Been
S Robbing and Murdering Exter-
minated By Soldiers.
Two Private Cars Arived With Chief Emmu f Two u s and r
Number of COM Eqmers--y Spu t hBy Associated Press
San Francisco, July 12.-A story
from the village of Talku, a hundred
miles inland from Fusan. has been
Tw- private cars bearing high offi- when the cars will go out over the brought to San Francisco by the Rev.
, i f :,I. S., aboard Air LAne and the Pensacola division and that section! PF. P. McParland, a missionary, who
,;-i. L.n Nashville, reached Pen- of the road will be viewed. came home on the steamer Korea. In
.., y.,--rdia morning. In -a pri- What the object of the visit an6a in- less than a week sixty men, charged
,, an he same train came Ge- section by the Seaboard officials with being bandits and cut throat,
-. ", .nazie -Sarks, of the latter means can only be conjectured, and were hanged by order of the Japanese
h. ugh he did not remain long, there were many In the city who when government. A party of Korean sol-
ait non for Louisville. The they heard of their visit, began think- diers were the executioners.
.o ,(e'er. spent the entire day ing over the matter, and the only solu- For many months, bands of outlaws
i. -acola. and will not go out be- tion that could be arrived at was that had been robbing and murdering in
morning. Even then, they the 8. A. L. is on a deal with the L. & the country surrounding Talku. The
.Urn to-night and remain until N for terminal facilities here. situation became so serious that the
.....,,. Japanese Instructed the extermination
n\ those la the party represent- One Dollar Sfavd Repraeents Ten o. of the offenders. The commission
laisville ando Aashville were tars Earned was entrusted to a detachment of
'. w..-.. i ,^..-- --. .*.r a Eim Korean soldiers who caught the men
Sengners while the Sea- The average man does not save t
t em aspresented boeexceed ten per cent of his earnings.&
s .stem was represented by one He must spmed aine dollars in living
superintendents, the chief en-
supe and a corps of civil engineers- expenses for every dollar saved. That
i the morning vilthengineers. beingthecasenhe cannot be too careful
S* .I OU t for an Inspection of the about unnecessary expenses. Veryof-
alcifoan section of ten a few centproperly invested, like
--.al facilities here. which requir- buying seeds br his garden, will save
monsiderable time, as the visitors several dollars outlay later on, It is
a, close inspection of evenrthing the same in buying Chamberlain's Col.
gaining to the railroad work, eve ic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It
l storage smd switching facilities. cc.ts but a few coets, and a bottle of
r the party went to the shops and i in the house often saves a doctor's
There to other points about the bill of several ar. r sale by all
wh( r. the company has interests. druggists.
-ua :*he party will go out over the
SA. d iron fir a similar Inspec- ORNELL COAC"F ORS
... and upon returning to-night will CORNELL COAC FAVORS
mair n' r until t.-morrow morning, SHORTENING DISTANCESL
By Associated Press.
tt -* ------------ ithaca, N. Y., July 12.--Charles IM.
SCourtney, coach of the Cornell navy,
SIt t has placed himself on record as be-
I t ins emphatically in favor of shorten-
ing the distance to "inter-collegiate
r'varsity rac from fot to three
UDUIiI 1 1U. miles. His strong argme ent against
ri boomerang, a wonderful the present distance is that no cal-
s Boomerang, a wonder lege man should be asked to do the
invention You throw it away necessary training for this distance, at
Sfr-om you and it circles around the risk of haWith and to the det-
and comes back to your feet. riment of his ialversitt work, as it is
La* T almost impcsalble for an oarsman to
*- -keep up the latter when he spends so
Two for 2." cents. Sets tor much time training for the boat.
.,w-n comp."p,. with hand nets,
* l-0O and $3.00. Baltimore Building Collapsed.
0 Baltimore. July. 12.-The .ilenn
- building. one of the smaller office
buildings, coHapsed to-day, killing two
SCOE'S BOOK ST.ORE, perons and injuring one.
COE'S BOOK STORE,
235 S. Palaox A e el*ox
123 Phone. St. U a VU aMn M*aryand sa oNd ea-
--------------- __an_ in shaving himself on Sunday prior
to nh h time tade- all ht u twt
Sthe razor on the extreme end of his
Inose. Qent*ly eaRtg to bis wife, says
the Plad tpbla LIdr, he asked her
if she had any court plister in the
"You will find some in my sewing
I basket," she SMd.
The ens- bed ea t covered.
At church in assiug with the collec-
tion be noticed every eae smile as he
passed the pla, aa some o the
much annoyed, he asked one of his as-
alstants if there was anything wrong
wvfth his appeaan -e.
"Well, I shold pay there was," an-
swered the assistant. "What is that
upon yew maose?"
No," sald his ftie; "'t4 the label
from a spool e otta. It says, 'War-
ranted 200 yards.'" -
They *ever lave Time."
Here and there and everywhere are
to be found the masn nd the woman
who "new rhare tme."
If you are MOe Of thoOe who "nev1
have time," change yr ways. Try
ths: Make up each day a schedule of
what yen shaldU d t an hber aad do
"at bdge ftom rn a schleadl. It will
surprise y to bow readily you
can dispose at a task within a certain
time tf yoJ coeaste yemntt that you
have to. Tt Is -e f"Mtn that you
amut tt fl YONrfse you do it Let
each item en the sheaule be regarded
as an Invbilate e-gaS et with your-
self and -e aot let the bunes of one
IN cut Ws.be O Iw S enext.
-b.e de s-e gin with your-
sewr wlal s s ftb hait time for
work reams, w m om& churh-
Do not ia -to l over. You
wi ftm st isft i r delay. Try
so PamS ac"m 4=0 ourer
and hanged them.
By Asociated Press.
New York. July 12.-Twenty4ive
passengers of the steamer Allancia,
which arrived last night from Colon,
to-day were transferred to Hoffman's
Island for observation. The examin-
ing physicians found that all the pas-
sengers had temperature above the
normal and it was decided to detain
them owing to the prevalence of yel-
low fever on the istamus.
A FATAL QUARREL.
By Associated Press.
Wheeling W. Va., July 2.--Wlllab
Monday was stabbed to death to-day
by John Hawthorne, at Ashton, near
here. The young men were rivals and
the killing was done in the presence
of the young woman who was the in-
nocent cause of the quarrel.
Peasants on Warpath.
Mitaovosk, Russia, July 12.-Pea.
ants have overrun and destroyed a
lerge amount of property belonging to
the vast estate of the Grand Duke
Sergius near Dokinsky.
when the stomach is
"out of order." A SO
Years' record of cures
is back of every bottle.
By Associated Press. y Assoeoted Prea.
Victoria, B. C., July 12.-Mail ad- Denver, Col, July 13.-A dispatch to
vices from Hong Kong tell of a novel the News from Santa Fe, N. M., says.
plan of campaign adopted by Ohinese A plot to abduct Governor Otero's
iht South China to further the boycott son 'has been exposed. Eight ex-con-
movement against United states mer- victs are said to have formed them-
chandise. Wealthy Chinese of Tek- selves Into a band to carry out the
hol in Sanning district, have Import- plot. The plan was to abduct the gov-
ed thousands of Japanese fans, on one ernor's son an& carry him into the
side of which they have had rougA wilds of the Malpals country in Lia-
sketches printed of Americans roughly cola county, where he was to be held
treating Chinese and on the other side for ransom. The gang, ptner reaching
sketches of buffaloes being beaten ana the Malpals, Intended tb inform the
ill-used are printed. The letter press governor that itf within thirty days he
accompanies the pictures calling upon would deposit at a certain place an
the Chinese to fight the Americans enormous sum of money as ransom
by boycotting their goods. The fans and accede to other demands his son
are being widely circulated in south would be returned safely, and -if the
China. ransom was not forthcoming and the
demands not acceded to, the cost to
FAMOUS INVENTOR the governor would be the life of his
DEAD AT ARLINGTON. Governor Otero bas mounted police
and secret. policemen on the outlook
By Associated Press. for members of the gang and will
New York, July 12.-John T. Foster,leave no stone unturned until the en-
one of the most famous inventors in tire party is captured.
the United States, under whose dtrec- STILL TRYIMtiTO RAIME
tion the first gold pens were manutac- FRENCH UBMARINE
tured In New York city, and who was
associated with Walter Hunt, the man
said to have devised the first model
of the sewing machine, is dead at Ar-
lington, N.J. He was 85 years old.
THE REGULAR BAND CONCERT
AND DANCE AT ELECTRIC PARK
BY-THE PENSACOLA AMUSEMENT
AND MUSICAL COMPANY TAKES
PLACE TO-NIGHT. A SPECIAL PRO-.
GRAM 18 ARRANGED. COME ANDI
LOVE OF NATURE.
the m re mann Lee *at -of neo
LIs the More M Admires It.
The more man has become engaged
In the conflicts of civilisation, In Intel-
lectual disappointment, the more he
has felt the uselessness of knowledge,
the more he has turned to certain ex-
pressions of art as an escape. He has
addressed poems to nature, has paint-
ed landscape more and more, has
shown in every way that such an es-
cape was a dream. Art has existed
from the very beginning, even before
t-. first man stuttered out his nam-
.ag of the animals and expressed their
character by the sound of their name.
The dances of savages, as we call
them-that is to say, of people of earli-
er forms of civilization-invented be-
fore the arts of design, record in a po-
etic way what they do and the sea-
sons of such doing and even the ap-
pearance of nature-the storm, the
rain, the clouds blowing across the sky,
the lashing of the sea against the
shore. In Fiji they have a dance
where the women spread out their
arms like the wave lines of the surf,
and the children, springing up behind
them, represent the foam of the wave
crests. From these beginnings we
know that tragedy and comedy, as we
call them, have grown. Then, as all
these disappear in fact, they are re-
corded in the art of painting. And as
man more and more leaves behind him
a life of out of doors in so much does
he desire to admire it.-McClure's Mag-
THE BUDDHIST HADES.
ElM-kt "sy Staxam" of the MoMt Avw.
atl Ktams of Torture.
The place of torment to which all
wicked Buddhists are to be assigned
on the day of final reckoning is a ter-
rible place of punishment This
Buddhtstic hell is divided into eight
'*easy stages." In the first the poor
victim is compelled to walk for un-
told ages In his bare feet over hills
thickly set with redhot needles, points
upward. In the second stage the skin
is all carefully filed or rasped from
the body and irritating mixtures ap-
plied. In the third stage the nails,
hair and eyes are plucked out and the
denuded body sawed and planed Into
all sorts of fantastic shapes. The
- fourth stage is that of "sorrowful lam-
entations." In the firth the left side
Of the body and the denuded head are
carefully roasted, Tema, the Buddhis-
tic Satan, superintending the work. In
the sixth stage the arms are torn from
the body and thrown Into an immense
vat among the eyes, nails and hair pre-
viously removed. Then In plain hear-
fig of the sore footed, blind, maimed,
roasted and bleeding victim the whole
orrid man to s pounded t a y.
n the seven stage mthe other sie of
,tle victim and his feet are Nates
brown, and men comes the Ig&tha d
la stag% is ~ wi1c ta canediste is
trow ateo* te bottMems pit at Pe P
By Asoiateld Press.
Bisera, Tuons, July 12.-Minister of
Marine Thompson left Bizeria for
Paris to-day after a final visit to the
spot where, efforts are still being
made to raise the submarine boat Far-
fadoet. Admiral Aubert, who is in
charge of the work, eaid it might
take several days before the subma-
rine is brought to the surface owing
to the dtifculty in passing hawsers
beneath the boat, which is deeply im-
bedded to the mud,
Late Tl ai To-Night.
On accozpt of the attraction at Pal-
metto Seach to*lght the Terminal
Company will. run a late train from
the city, leaving heft at 11 o'clock.
HMR WONT FALL OUT
If YoW K.I 'the Dosidruff Germ With
the New Treatment.
John N. Fuller, a well-known citizen
of Colfax, Wash., says: "I had dandruff
so badly that K caked on my scalp.
Herpicide completely cured me."
George H. McWhirk, of Walla Walla.
Waja, says: "'Herpiclde completely
cured me of a bad Cise of dandruff ,of
30 years' standing." They took the
only really sensible treatment, a rem-
edy that destroys the dandruff germ-
Newbro's Herpicide. Stop dandruff,
hair won't fall out, but will grow na-
turally, luxuriantly. Allays itching in-
staatly and makes hair glossy and soft
as allk. One bottle will convince any
doubter of its merits. Sold by lead-
ing druggists. For sale by W. A.
D'Alemberte, druggist and apothecary,
121 8. Palafox. Bend 10 cents in
stamps for sample to The Herpicide
Company, Detrolt, Mich.
iJI ' ll I
Goto to Eat
T. E. Sartland,
Walter S. Hooton,
General dealer In
Key ds, lcle Sundries
YCLSfo 9R RENT.
It $; Sf C Registers, Type'
wrlers, iuns. Pistola. Locks and Um-
I ia Mo~s ets, .
ot k Ieta hue af keys in the
a12 *AW taVmDNdV A ST.
'\.^^ Jfr y*. ^*y~ *
No Matter How Handsome
the Furkiture and Furnishings of your bed room, the one
article tO Insure comfort Us a
We have them that are thoroughly well made, perfectly
smooth and even, and "sleep inducers, $2.50 to $15.00.
MARSTON a QUINA,
08o110C S, PaWox St. Phone 148.
-- - -- -- -- - -- - -- --O- - -- - -
won mes Foelt.
Joseph Jefferen -used to tel an in-
teresting story of how his father and
company were rescued from a distress-
ing predicament in Springfield, Ill. Ar-
riving there, they used the last of their
funds in building a small theater.
There was a religious revival in the,
town, the leaders of which not only
denounced the players, but persuaded
the town counell to impose a heavy 11-
cese upon the "unholy calling." All
the actors were in despair when they
were visited by a young lawyer, who
offered in the aIterest of fair play to'
have the license fee reduced. He ap-1
peared before the eouncll and in o a
eloquent speech killed with logic and
pathos and interspersed with anec-
dotes which raised toias of laughter
won his point. The lawyer was Abra-
Why No Was Well shakes.
Nursing of the sick in rural Scotland
is primitive. She Dundee Advertiser
relates that a physician left for a pa-
tient a bottle .f physic whereon were
the words "Before taken to be well
shaken." On paying his next call the
doctor found that the poor fellow had
been taken in hand by a stalwart son
and at intervals vigorously shaken
from head to foot before the aext "tea-
spoonfuls" were administered. "Don't
me see, sir," explained the young fellow
on being remonstrated wtth, "If father
ge kep' fro' slepin' himself away an'
go on drinking' physi he can't ever
The bishop of Wre tr, m alighting
fr= a train at Ps6dl-oa, asked a
porter to am after his lagguaS
"How many artletes wz ter, air"
asked the porter.
"Thirty-nine," rpi4 he b hip ab-
The man camw bak *ad aid he
"Have you ever atteaMpte to play
'Hamlet?"'" asd t
"No, sir. I t B"t FP 0 I ylf
fitted by nt-1- to l -0Mat e the
"Then you ak84 o 7 ave
said, an ezep'Ua.a~to& X wf gtve
yen a ajob."--CMiNe-b MMIE aL .
THE RfEU9* l
AND DANCE ATI
sY THE PENSA l
AND MU GO,
PLACE TO-1 rT.:
oRA 1S ARtAN
I White RockI
simply needs a compari-
son with other waters and
you'll readily understand
the wonderful strides it
has made in being
er i America
Insist upon it! Have no
other. Blends admirably
with wines a" d all liquor
Try It with yrun -
NOT LUNCH DA.
At new lunch eountw, Harls ssbgb .
Chill Coan Caral and SmagetUa-
Boast. hort orders served o,
ay and a night. Sot .-o
stset. V. DI IAL.!
- " .
Is a little th, ing bt the pt ad discomfort of I are reat. StraSge
that you put it, ith i w n it is so easy to get rid of.
Don't say yoa -have tried everything." You haven't tried DAAlie-
berte's Con v*itoL t yoI tad, there wbuld be no corn to trouble
D'Alembete't Corn Solvent cures hard and toft corns buloRes,
and callouses., It haves' new, soft, smooth skin, a ming YOUa a re-
turn of ease d comfort.
There's nothing "just as good" as D'Alembrte's Corn Solvent.
Your money back if it dops sot do all we claim for It. We Oake tt
ourselves and put all the goodness into it possible. Twenty-five cents
a bottle and &bld oaly by
HMO am uJ LP U i.
don'tt keep cool these
ault is not ours.
ail sorts of thin and'
sn .-, -hings, bought and
b-.'uzh- h.,re for your comfort.
S .-ainly take it cool if
0- thin Shirts, our thin
r anj Hosiery. light-
S-:. tas. Oxfords, and all
.. "' f t~": oggery are at your
S. :r.ve we have all the
.:, ngp in summer Wxings
0,' a man can ask.
':- i.e. won't prevent you
T :. ~;et;ing exactly what you
Why Pay More?
Why Pay More? *
H. 0. ANSON
CASH CLOTHi R
Cor. Mai and PadwmSt.
I You're Pushed
Well turn ot your laun-
dry in quick time and
right. Every piece is
handled as carefully as
you would handle it yoAr-
self, thus insuring longer
life for your linens.
The Star Steam
t7 E. Garden St. Pone114
~4-y ;~'- -.
t Gem Book:
BLOCKED, at the
32 W. Govenuu
Its a simple thing
j good values and fee
without sacrificing a
place at your dispose
election of footwear
sift all tastes and p
pI.W ladles' Vici Kid W
Oxfords for .........
$-I Ladles' Tan Kid W
Oxfords for .........
$2S LLdies' Light a
Heavy Oxfords for ....
MT. Misses' Pat Kid 0
fords for ............
,92.50 Boys' Tan Calf a
Kid Oxfords for .....
THESE ARE ON
FEW OF MANY
Imme- Take a IA
pog Fualahlrs f4
~- ~- -
Oap tn for dinner h
;ts perfectly cool ani
IThe Best Foo
140 sP ifaiaFJh
,W 1, '-
u .C Ag d_ s ____ ...... .... A i, wag, !" A la VP A wstuIJnd '
Se l a t tas eat e .
I ception ]l, which ws go sa b- It was too late to di ^ MEo ,.- Ae ,e A 6 y an Navy J ournal, -. 3 rel. TSEe bood m len.sed aud p.-n.
boo a a te M" Ptak am,--s- --re al' .... -' o.mtbl "'. . .. S^. s, '-- The Moelo in tM eh *T .- t d asaget l i... r. g t wnal t l pnmatm ses thI posa
deN -d8. - CI XX***Q *e
I oferns tat eally aerra andI M ve ederil ufs tye aM) rela/ 8 until ds @ .. .. f- t even- g at e tor lo gf ..... Ittfe "sf ...... . .ttn h ige...
Here Mesa larleIhe, gowned in fTond a' te flan te: 1 Wd- 1 e Nhe Pcea Podbr are su the, 1thr o to do but wtoo ^. Brook as a Se irday yos g .wst
wighte_ tl tri. ags i .,roa__ed I_ l tre ..o. ofsn the evyentage .* . lB Br Jr., and Thomas, will return thls / ... ,_. M ... .
s ae t on le s w T A Y IN. AIA- r Mssa mo a "
keui ooe V a l' ef*Wing so ta hing o l sPOCtated eat wh pch g- 50-om Me te oe ti thoell o fde
hAfer c arm iTl er h rato w Mrsa.c a. r. s f.s.4.or .w nd erd e atth ako e.treelhy setia*d, not.y a, ,D.G.TroA,
assembled a the dininat tp which dPrao--mase helpls by povemy's I we wOll promptly reWund your money.I "-- r ; o -- l of Penseola
had been arhmi to rerl mt the ets cisc.ldrk`banen r2nde.i-0ade- o Btot by all leading drtoisws, or mailealo w ea "e Ei
ietdh i0ket em M and 411 eeolo wete, oa.r f To.o.re.na H o Oo th t eWo prepa o ted only by la"l ai "ha kttthecaon residence o[
crtio hail, hbl er 4 ol aid beau- tsthet -r o ts t te s NATIONAL TOILET COr Pari Tei MISs I d lle I veritt st Ga
qusattl~e of beautiful Jap ..la teru s S pe, ab .ore tn tdfas ... .. a aor eane o nlyg""
i A Iten and barn- that nidt buto a a e e a c re can be ha. S. attacks the
t boo atlaer-b7. r .... a. m. ,a- were al f afd ..e3-.--* 1 'shmonid"-plCn stlf Mll M I l t|k -4-l All., to Sa e a ea d poias.
misted by helr second au Miss rbleroom wih t 0St NADINE PACE POWDER is con.e p .zr o the lrght wa-y--tq utte ou ,t-,o the o1oe-o
U ver ad Mr Brwir, d plenty otre pre ^ to,,theA.* u r. and puMrs. Harry Hdgeboom a Mo e Mrs. C. P. eek and thie e ilae the l h organ d dears the
i-le the parlor which CoDU.4 Sharing theU "HOB&." w-eme r e I* a bea 11 (4dIden oe are Ue to atn
the greeFUNVILLE, LUNTOully an- helple mother,a daer d rivedf, tety appearance, which sons, Mr. lmond and Mr. F mranklyn.t
r.The.t f swe r have erba- and f tver2ldr .s-_a rB A &rty washed eo Ladier whe thr, et at.outeing of two or threeIan w not ds
Here Xis LarlIeh oed In foend a rfe fa 't l i u ade Face Poer are are thewor k to do but w to o .t
hampae oore ole ary wit tfreae Iht l pan ot retlon wiU be oft and ovely ltit f om J vlle rere
bo o es am Regulations. men _-, e,--,,mem ,tl ,p iean le.vin4 orders tor vegetables ,, h ,s be the .uet of he, sister tr ow rca l
white teinottr t obarinsndrOMdsthe lure. o clbe oef the efenineFw.E.D i mI .l at..e Beo.wrnsan. the et raiielesHo mft ees are al
& or hooree ,a ( t mfa er. who wore an Goed blest yo good feh pet Wo a o4 TI* QUApTY. IS -N-UAeDd. andrpu r. -b Thas will- reur n ths_ __ ___l
The Company will not ibnste rt sponsobl y .arted b _a .ia -i ht off WhBppoorw- l p Thursd. re rdM Mese rngin oardston anMd o a
tf late en l by the caretlon s. ess o, thel plc toher, iort 4 i afternoon long en prh .for Captn Crift Mcly we re uesth of Mr. and Mrs. H.
After scial hur he gt were ch a refuge toe del dad ehat- Mt entirely satisdtWled, notMy bo a mile-The ae nw i ol
passemedrs who throw andwi hes out h rene- e spa* by to mpverty we wa i ll promptly great the cmp a ry s. o.rn fam yesterday at th I to ALL NIGHT
*eED AND h u sfe th I^bh of i tie .... .S!s h Plesh, Brunelth ]eqr w ,n e b B
of th e window. re a em d oh sra sod c e d, othe lur-fal os t o f the largest ,r m elon it a o te ai der ers Dew Drop Inn T H E on-
ton ors rki d, wite ndo bo luore and BtTdeI e unde I .ted
b quatiUes of beautiful Jaip lanterns ed ed tore tha tes lade A- QA 0 for .the rlaoge whand babrf M arl Mresat .e
to scs Te reahl to both ule w ove atn Ioset s-et able to e"m tt n l otok enjoy wa- served in "that good I f I fn reTaVrr .PLe-o,
___ Modern Drug Stous *up V're
Atyle. We pttdir the plform throws w ies.n d e. It o y e Army or Navy set become yt.e ximell yamrinet Ale., are in the Tety
Af trrsocialh beewst s reo uchaGd G.leding to re Lorde el- ll- ei her suerby& des nd mane ot ieyual dayl
asrsea fe Inteutdr i fnrowl thes pr- Th unsuae w-lexbeness povnerre sine-wl aslucs eyod epeca weee vwll lker Ibn gteirsitire .liefri
hathat will e l tca r et w rh the Trrln aon- e 0oSr call n1st s t0 oa4e t n0 1Pmra d Mrs l J. dlypnl he adA drtg ss ..' BeisofmBurVl
el i t t e- ladies t oonecte d ie be fa e h jrust two ye i of soal lead- or, l., .ie .unday to sen
UViL,,A- NvTO. h.; ma n t of wich .s. Wi Dt.e5 r r and Mr.re at the a yrd, where me ween wit h M rs. C F ee and their
with an a rtAoe onsa PIty pree dent, andt ne ToL tT OaI pl T o01l omSP ndlaTn, Mr. Raymond and Mr. Francklyn i The e.a net
tonalclorsed, h teand -blu-ea Btm ost now, maed hne le isxtad nofi the adm al d retwied achi. .maki.n
8 AA --it faufl ega ean r at oen e. .taptan mEdwin C. Pedleton b nomeg fMrs M wtar entern e a fewa
CE o. . .. Mrs. Leara T horatat. t vie-pres his successor. Ca ptya Pendleton has .rh ds t the Country .Club lst evea-
d. adg meat et ear le oa ident e de s at Wast Br lant been the captn of the yard for the l for her little ousin s an guests,
m a' aitere aio. a boted. po . strert--Pone 95w -it three years and thtt pooition now MTss Minnie Kate Kemper and Mis eftTuesday DOCTORS. R A JU T T T .
cSPIAL EXCstRSION Threa asfol-t h^ ^ and made a foragi&g expedition. _- -death
l owKrbo tf o d woS. T. V. re iSadse, th'o mao thr6gh e hm e onseg hboring country ad M Mary Belle Kiropatrick return- A VIB A L IA ND .
elA re N Te. taMrhir-UhSSOdne w totn td wel l ape wit P ea n d last ght fm Jackovlless whereH D WH
... s th an d Re ulatlo e ,rs.n fthe. m rha k 35 e 1U I ane d- ah ten will p rticly tle no sUveetasor r. e gueat of her ter. t Maory K ney fy l eOR p QUAKER andAT
This. ticet es not tserble maenue, test Hi-has a1s It lS former plaet he Mrs. Pendleton t Ae eni th an Ienformal dn aTHt the toilet articleSTON BREKAT Oke. .
S terab. Mrsl Heleneabe. natLhrado as well known n Whleton anchort the Boat Club ay evening CRAKD PARL WHAT,
Sl8The Coa. nn imp llroemet bon se sloop 12th street Est t h lles h e t..- hr i tinspnishd hu h a nr nanr ty luncheon for Miss Nor- to ee r phone 1
paset g er oe Mtwh Ararat ..d ou be e do ubt. --the e tom ker ad c all -at.. ...the.. om. a a h feo og fgl yestn.
of a 1the window. W-sl not 1ola aad i --4--- during her watEragmo the aeptaln Judge reggs has "Dne to TallahaIn onW
11th. CALgh on Eats. bhld hOr ad w...n i Mae ad bt Mmileo a charin m M ead rsoMadlsb ho OPEnIN ALL NIGHT.4e
""ev tle eleaond.EGs a" i tWo wll tmaquM e lonably deseharse the so- fly.
rnoland Rephews lNeb u s Rob W oeman d 0 al p a tihes of the Wife of the ert ommand-beente us o hrstrvrylowes
SA e, the ummt of a m were woe sors t te ep te t wth all the grs and tact of her aral extracts and se Bl
.. 14t. Oe of the bleae pleasures iMr. Aifo ing t ae l b n greatly liked during her compara rtt flavors. Ask your Tro er for
Theof our day. isse o Pensacola Mondy ao j a tvel short residence here. She i # B.Le diMbbo sr.eon and Van lla. n
15th. Wehat our fathers fnesht for anotherr at Kelkerfea Lntew York woman, foterCy Miss Grace i Takes less Flavors perfestly.V Ke *"
LY a- hen everybody hld secured aket a little daughter to thaet eosme" a t he w
VAL- cos as rernat wee M.hMary Livineds of lrBi C/ie Journal's Daily Fashion Feature ; C.s0. styou Twe.
served to the osee Mrse. Fn- left Treday esht fhr Moln o vit
hatm predina sshstnu ..by tthe pretty her slp, whom she ha' o e 0-np for. EY AREn STYLISH AND UP TO DATE
little waitresses Mi llianannd Miss seveteen yeswt e will also s ot an t
edmma Wilson. helvga t .s Po Ct md nn To detoote Ms 'La Wardentertained a fewlOa fv pait f ters t
Mrs. F. r. Brrhtw t er served delightful ngend the Country Cub lat even- t U
fruit punAh and MissVes gre"l ident re Whlt poorwlt s andlmot been the captain othe yrd or the or her little couns and guets
are train sdrted the ay at da Town pat three year an tht position now Minnie Kate Keer and Mis S ALL A
t r d ruls, and whe stdlthe the ome consolidated with that o Al Kpe of sana
ing te name of one of the teen Crst, tehone chief ler, andats do t C n Pede WHEAT, HREDDED WHEAT, d
places -e dicated lso the tkets. ouraged'the crowd n 0 toU4 orillthe p torss will practice e no or r S Mallory Kennedy CE QUAKER OAT
Each tcket bat a little nl bing made, and, H to-P ofS t he diingusedr a pretty luncheon for Mi
tche od and ael, and the ere better of atker formerly Mis Ma ato of tiers, ton o New Orlean.
Names o th e bsin s were w laditten the r cd eaheti forger th o ad i ha t f ear
o t a space test oaer eace number for plant of sind to tam oorn&
that a i town -ju- durlsg oher anda0rtagi tbr the captainn Judge Begga has eone to Tallaha,- e Pwe Pood The St&e that Feeds
.1th. Aoghro. at. a W4IPPOORWIL. C t has been stationed Zere several tins.. wee and was accompanied by fc nieces
Mlts 41 C. Pendleton isc aoman MS Helen Beggs of Madison, who Bt P and 460 th Pe e
4th. A game, a t ee sum ti arti f e a ofoun-w rth.es at the emp t ben a th el the gratan ant tac fo her Qitn artifr eii t ral cts and use stso 9__ _ _ _
mad' attirte de an d ane dpehptast weeee Mrs. pr Loe o5 p red e es O rss. H 5ngthon has ibtbo Lemoow and Vainlatthe nu and MS-.
sereth. Ou b rof the leading tpeasu re Mrs. e T .e.ay vn; g st ar Mon o o finit h e gre t A r consolik ated d ing ther c oa fAulit flav erors sL ours grocerA Eor
ofotur daye. oe t ens o on nItt th w i si as t sr em a Vanilla f *_ C
5tah. WhateorQfatnhErszabethsour- Mher'at Kelakerton, NefNorth-rkewoman, foenterny Miss Gracea Takes less. Flavors perfectly. frM r t.Sea lo ya KenWd ts
Inn. 1s K.Mr 111S. In hit ing. and Mrs.. ndleto nB.* Iw t aist oom ce SCTC
t ce tM s a d' Fi a lly w e re re a y t oas sta rt ,d th e d y aF o rih Tlo w n 7 4 a7 a ell k n o wLn Fnah o' Ar t 6h e waCl bSi Ye ugC C ErD sR
V.ex moado 8tdelico roefesment whesl rs.ary12the LivingBston of wthoIn singuiedso naSh r alunheon friso
ser voned o Mt wha pasngte.s, Mrs. d tg leftn Tues nght tor MoBi MurDilg foHmeY AlTY HANsTMar
9thm prssng, aAssised by thewrett y herasster, wohafot forto New Orleans.S /
little w aitresses Miss o~tlane o nd Mis seensCr ten ye charge e" will a lso vit .
portaes ind ecola bohe ruringghe ik tecaptain Til Pre Food
Msh. Ro.gh o nRawner slerW delcig hl atu .-ing made. and. we s ndet hf biem ationed I t1 0 D U O Isei d a ws c my s e I Ubn
oea c a p as. lef nder eacns eredby wori pI-arleaky aad t ou oafS Ca p f f the command-
that purpose.- The celebration was I1 tte l1d.2
S* Three trains brought V allit, ,,. --
I IJ .I IDONALDSON4TRICKLAND. muckla and the suar f: ,
V o Miss Lola Donaldson and Mr. Ed- Boat excursions were lift
ward C. Strickland were quietly mar- Bagdad, Ferry PastlO Dp L O ff c
tried at the home of the bride's A new javloan had i Pted an \
mother, Wednesday evening at 3:30 the younger set engaged "I d .,ting.
I FelW Rev. Mr. Tracy reading the ceremony. Table had been proved but on a-
The wedding was very quiet, only count of the large crowd and tie Im- Iighta p -" I
the most intimate friends of the young mense quanatty of eatables, cloths
PemaSodSL couple witnesalng the ceremony. The wpre spread under t large ohk tre.. M\se 1 a I
bride is the lovely young daughter o!. and a dinner that pst am o" fall to
-__. Mrs. Dora Donaldson, and the groom , D |
is a popular and effelcnt engineer of' ---
~ the Yellow Rivs RRailroad. ,at ,esi d i l
Mr. and Mrm. tieklax left on the I -"k -
E eR Florala train thetr future home at in ft
Laurel Hill, where they will be at l Unredeem ed pledaW always for sale at bargain pr ee
hcme to their mtyar friends. Choice uae Oat Glass.
THEWMXF IE* s*"Mr 'Watches and eloacks repaired and work delfered when prom
NEEDS YOUR HELP.ecially aI a t U.ior I, ou s I
S? The Womat's Home, by xtre-. atIn lai1 n ilwhich tO e, H all uualbles.* -
'a""-"" ,= "'sAm, "" r= -... .Io, npa'o_-. E l
Span's refuge-tbe only ..place here' fk % I v'* & 11-1Ln i i
here where the homeless deset vommn and er hos. 1127
d pleasant. starving little ae ay afind prutec
tion, food and shelter,and--a welcome
without sepastion. We can save yoew a I tigy 000 a Maw
d Mot Last Monday pitt Capt. oar-.'r of -cu if you desire t P o. p %i
the Salvation Ara icantpi &t *- .Ae loor- New Plnaos frem $1 A
pAjned nal office are trlg t sef a ,ap5: mate 3Be pure to dee t ige. u-3a- "W M' W
to him by thue ? rqIar.? a dservin! smallestt degular Piane o a pr youOg
E and thr*P little on, of a wanand old alike, 1P to P O l
'who. whre aSWet eStr (Mt w *15 to 9s It will pay you toe ca Sr writ us. 9
S-* math He ad I"-we.ated tse .. *
am *a .a .t. ..t w...p. but,. dei A DRE.Y COW i .L .-
t"Ut sa". VItr.1 t*h e baby's illness A C I
as saA e4a1N their sees. -. The loose, soft,. artistic pompadonula; and4 thtee Velvet oMes are sw dt. T
e at sad, while r roll Is dressedrather high in the bwtp4, two 4U the pompadour sad the
tgiesenstitw. r ftue flJ h strands a o* tA loop.ookedt 1 do the low knot bAtawkI kEEY.
CaeW tbs J- CTT & 8 ...back; andtW himbatd hair is n40gaf. -A tar Ti m CM SDttI sENTERY,
that a _a n t ere of eight toot rather e sible la 7 1 M l
1owV TMe we-i s wrs na o the nape of the neck. A long t. flia atch athe weara- a pAmAy
so -pENMACOLA, -^>- ||'-'--i- -,I -ai,''-t- bac, -'jlii--ig- .. -. M i; Le iJPEsffl
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I ... 'w m od"iiiitr tens, Se -atUio .t ta n ". YOmU RE.IL ESTATE OIIN ROPBRLY HANMD?
I Your roperty- ftanec ea, n O hort notice, 4 M01eeakftoL .d C tOe S tw4dh seWllbo two m YOu ses .uR ,nrNT'COting- YU'RTE D PROMPTLY?
Why should y sweat. Ring tioa or intereLt. or $10.00 per year. This i ade- YOUR TAXES AND ASESMENTS GIVN PROMP ATT
Phbo n 825 or 1M 7. P. A. Pearl. i.-1t--.ded barg t. Onlygood for a day or TION ? -...M
THERE IS NO BETTER WAY THAN TO LIST IT WITH N Garden street. UJlylw', F.wAIO two YOUR HOUSE, oTC., SUFInCI TLY COVEID BY F1
US. WE ARE IN POSITION TO FIND BOTH SUYERS BAL, A-A- a a seM t-M, fr.tte S room house s* $1800.00 URANCB?
AND SELLERS oN LARGE NUIMELi THI EFORE iL on icart i ne. 0lot010. will buy a veroom cottage on YOU TRO D AN ANGRE BY REPAIR NOTICES
Bara Good bargain at .... 170.00 Hll, convenient to car line; large YOU TNK OF BUYING OR ULLING?
Our Opportunity to Secure BAI&,.--mm Auto, as*lmost new Wu a o, e make a specialty of Real Estate, Rents, olleetlons, Fln
chalmre Cat roomW r esPalatex. 0x110, W. Ga t .S surance and all matters pertaining to Real Estate. We respect
Purchasers is Superior o Blocks in W. K. T. from $50. [ BROOKSolt your patrone nd uaranteatiacon
1 g~TFOR SAUL-The best watermelons tn to ......................... 1S. $1800.OO-Four cottages on East Gregory street; good renter
l -I the city can be found on lee at Ca of the pretties lots .A New z. u Palafox, swher BoIlding 1700.OO-Co4mfortable one story dwelling fronting Little B
44 OLt ll ,Stada eparMdso's. 1usI Tarragoa City ...................... 0. :.. . .. convenient to Electrie Line,
BUY PENSACOLA ANO WEST PILORIA REAL E. $1200.OO-Story and half dwelling, contathing 5 rooms with
TATENTSAOA. T0*MOROW FL w1u1iORIDA MORL ale-Tieoon a 132 E Cha At...E.S.. 1ES. two acres of land, ia the city Umits; near Electie Car line..
TATE T-A. TO MROW IT W L. 'COT .OR. JR SA-Two pair eKtm a132 Chase St .............- ..Jtoares di
TATEyoung-.Vv m mule., sound and In good 610 I. Jackson St., newly- D' a-"
M, ,,dition. Also one 24iorse Stude. pered, bath ............... 1 r cuild you a house, I wil. l give you x..2W .o&,
ker wuagon.,W. S. Garfield. 4uae. 611 W. Main St.............. o.w price on matelatU P. 0. Bo.x 288,
DoYOU wanttobaror L.s.B9@11eetyhingnelm Tnos. W atson&
Pensacola Investment Co. Wsill brin200L- ROWN&cho3AoN &Co" w."'a s
A. s c 'ALaUrc, C m ealtaThe to d o2 s too ainileat PIANO TUNING. LEADING REAL ESTATE, RENTAl. AND INSURANCE AGENT
A. H. 'AL9E11RNT Cfty Ma-ag11 to delay. 200 Theisen Bd'g I a moper d to do tuning and re-
W. m. KNOWLES Pres. . La pairing and guarantee satisfaction. 17 Co Palafox and Garden Street
J. c. STILLOAN. V a.. .P..& -LLrl R SAI-Horesfo tor sale and a" Telephone 91L. ea pracUcal experience in thr
REAL ate a tmTAsS, m personson and Zarragossa Sta. Joe Well, cry street. Pensacola. 25janelm*
... .... 10140 10L. Wosai: M Prop. 16Mrecory 0
F A.L-1.8-hole-1range. I outn* sos. unm dth- to. Mar the rp.Fre" ".0 DAI LY i EDUI
door hot air brooder, 1 lot partridge NICHLY FtRNISHlM ruoms f r mranr hr t c~a tr rl. rePthC OaD e f"y A or 8team DivisionL
WAN M PLP WANr W coe. ^Chickeins, 1 oyster shellgind wth prlvilee o eight i Ig a5tMe tal rits. mak D. UCK ER, PENSACOLA ELECTRIC T
er,,6W foot Galvanized Pipe and, ,paL ock and half r o j ,.at. EYE R 8.CILISTNTRO PaNS av. GTRIo TJR
:ANTEI .Man with $z00.00 or Wed.WANTD-G"ed for gral sator. Apply to J. IL M allert.t Fot' "sDry Go.er.ne_ 8-el twharip e leaving Baymoless t 6 rEYEEAR O SNT R d'l AIL AY C
, stn .iht manufacturing bi- aMr Pe ol. Mt be te Good Store. ll.a. Newly tarnished rooms for ight occk. Inluire oh board Wedne- Office-No. & Brent Blg. aso co o
.- e p ten ce re, uied; Address "Sa-.OR SAIL-A small salboat. A housekeeping. Oeap. 3310B. oday. Capt. J. N. Rogers. 5Jem* Oce Hours: 9 to 1 and 2 to 5 a y ,
:!:om eigh: (o Ten dollars per day Ad- per1vtatnea. 2 Carm jearnl. 12jlvsts sIA anaSt. 16useleon
S.care thoffice. 12ily2w I staunch and safe boattin sty weath.aan Xt1 RUGULAR MAIL LDINE-Good 6onoAr t
YOUNG MEN--our illustrated cata- er. Address P. 1., journal OffIee. CAMPING -PARTTM can secure 6- aae. ft travel pub. D PLLO CAMPBDLy, 7:1ar It. Batranas
SNTDi--A Good wa"t0 waog 1uGe expa how w, teach bhaober t)eIcbne rlet c.omt,,_mou tons on a*.gt yi way. T.o AI yS:0a'n t. Barrancs
ai for imall family. Aly or trade in few weeks mailed free. Mole. O-CKIN W- rBd n fruit and p.ltry. ha ABa tM. lC ntsi aW 12...:50pa.r Pt. Barra~e
enue and 13Lh street. 971W arb college, New Orieans, IA. makesin. laest bathia, sha and aRoo405t t.
X\ A I Cd.)-Any girl in need of ftrienl J1m* aakes oea ely ell av sailieg. Take mallnch Rt.6:1Apm a.d P-. Bfrrau1s
-';i help. advice, etc., .WIll I AWAN"D .-Ag-ts II I4terentConn.K ellen & Co. P e Of4. olt dress Mift Anna Caylen, Mary Mather, RAL S*TAT, T#OS. $$.EY, .8:10pa t: t. r
and willing assistance. b-y alp A ,_Flori tols .mna., 1Ijunelm. AAAL U AT In all paw a gt y. LAW, REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND *Sturydair oLA."
te sear in lodtae tSlo lo,.ton aw eAlpinet Srafe T
t aoNTED.-The Mnt Trler nd re PoFla.atFlor- M RTwelve-room dwelling Herman, at Pishervile. Hasl. T "es*sa IaJ. P. STOKES o or ?2s11s%
C h wants your mortav and a e- i . r c- Comer Hayne and Wgrghtu F table .OR RANT.-Tw arni. hed roo s1- -o- Na y. 5:15pm P Pensacola
brakage guarantee B. Tdor WANT.-Two od eanvasser cao o or boarding house. Apply W. S. Oaror rent Lht housekepta,l W. Sme& 7:om ar Pensacola
r Prop. P ,ae 78. 18lelm.L Weted:; waln pay t t salary to field. 1july Chase. WJ a, 108 East government Street. *9:00pm ar Pensacola
Sthe i6t oeM. AAre*sa ., 4JraFlo FOR RENT-New flve-room cottage ln General Law Prahttoe. SUNDAY SCHEDULE
SANTED.--A Mht 6e01on11,d .s l.. ofce. T2Jane. on car line, corner 13th street an iPARTIS who wa ot bO4 FOR O*"i DOLLAR AND Plity t Electric car wi leave pe
v,,: be cheap tr ca. Ad1ress 1S" Any teWegent person may earn a 8th avenue. Inquire at Turton's Photo mas a SrmS M W e th* lTSL pe e we will h out eery hor from 6 a. m. to 1
.;-Ca v sNgY AT- A inclusilve, and Saturday night
,. Josnral. K 1r good income correaspeding lor news. Gallery. 121uly a i N Journal Wat -b h Wh.4 a L He orde om ATTORNh Y AT LAW inclusive, and Saturday nlght
VA.VT"rE-To buy for cash, a few ple"; so canaSl; *xj4er4ee NICE ROMY-COTTAGE at head .f A t a 7 m nd lea e ver Bou a
'S sAmerican Natiomal Bank unnecessary. Send for particular Bayou Chico; known as the Swift BAT ftOT tL. n'tait t 4 d. ", s Rom ola every hour at p 7:3
,,State*price. Address J. L. J Northaern Press Syndicate. Lockport pisce. The very place for parties d uopet pa. Might a SA1LMAIt R. .DR, UL ,i and so n ofthe 1irst a p m.,e
.7e Joual. J3Juaft* N.Y Y. l3JuneaM wishing to spend the balance of sum- clea. Transient ade sollel . pOR a ~ aker, 1i South DENTS. saa at 6 a. m., which will,
..--oear elenor ct-----ork o< mear months. Apply W. Cater, at 5 South Pala b MODERN NISTRY turning leave the ig B
,A.\ T..D-Yelecric workofFallGasoffice. SAYlwkPOts to!"118100ess mpa.and o hse a
uafi. L as CIeo &yourtang.r fas e-,f .. ...f .-
ar udynamo.do Yourtc. ..FOR RENT.-Lower floor 6f-desirable OR SAL-Nacottage with e U MODERATE PRICES Big Bayou at :40 p. .
.:e 570. Pensaola eletr Co., A GOOD secod-and steamboat bo residence on North Hill, unfurnish. ment stone baeent ..a .. -e O- Offce-Bouthwest corner of Palaf.x The above is the weekA
.sr Inutendencia and Bayle a st-Il er, only used two months. Apply to ed. Address 444, care Journal. block fronting o'1ayVieW Park, foot and Intendencla. begin Frday, pril
I E...flectric car will leave Pensa
liama.o. The J. J. McCaskill Co., Preeport, lt. 29June lw* th and 14 s s T. J. WELOH M. D. D 7, 8:50 0, 50
, MORASSO & CO. relved another 9 FOR RNT.---Reldence lately o.Ba. i. SMIT, D., D. D. 12:50, 1:50 2:50. 3:50, 4:50, 5:
shipment o imported prelive o, ORSA-esh better, cream, uped by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 ORomeor 9 and 10 p. ., running thr
be retailed in gallons halt gallons sweet milk, and butterauilk, do. LaRua street. Apply to R. M. Ca'.ry lighttaUll 1 ted four-room cottage s I tE T Big Bao, and mmedla
and uart s slivered at any tiae of day. No. 40 43 S. Palafox street T ? .t Magnolia Specialty Pe
qoE. Belmont str Phone 907. 7Jlylm* closure. ApW-fo A ,Mc a nCrown Beach will await arrival of
FORRENT-Twenty-rooms eprdge Work. train from Pensaeola and wi
WANTED--The people Of Pe sela FOR BAL --c4-tan eashh ner Barracks and Zarragossa areest. Oe-flsher Bulding. rn to Penco ahead of th
to cease worrying. I" Te hours, ter" aperl & easdiO. WW i.ls Suitable tot boarding house. Apply IrOR SAL-0 ho6 block top Charges reasonable. Phne 55. ro Fot Barranes.
Want Ads solve the cptbem s, r oas oro r# A. eal bar1da. Can to Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 216 Bast faa rr. of tre rite 'eat 0 the electric The team trains will orn
They are expe- deeces. Iad ca I be see at Jes Mahf. amea sgossa. a6u away, between th ant 8th stetts. R present, but will observe thi
.,nd the man you are looklag for Itat are has favored thts sectn and it SO crcar schedule and w work
e is included la the .5,000 or M 300 do TO T M ar 10a ua imaea. FOR SALA--Beautltul!y located block cannot be duplicated. A. V. Olubbas.d e /f<. nation with it.
people wbica makes the population CaoftmeMs aea4 aa& mamaed tred mn New City, also several lots overlook. ___ .A Room Brent dn h e 6- -
I.ensacola. at et, charge abak bt b photo ing the city inBlock 80. New Cilty; alo A IPreled L nA Phoner. .mn-
_graph i de saout. U ywas a lad-. other lots in and around the city. Very M OW o to Lo,. a ra
1LAL ESTATE WANTWiD-Wthia R Iw..3 cheap. Phone 470. J. C. Pebley. U "g n t.1S
th ree or foarm lres of alMoM THE WEST H IU WOOD YARD can -0Janelm. MONTL TO ND--on soa rmo a
fa rmg lau.- Mht. ve. --- -h o wood, blockFOR -brickto 104t u.of, 104.- in *h los *L iin-mWlf Ste s RimwAip TE
e. ap ,Tho. ,Pse. 55.. .. "ari, lDelsla is 1.15. C. H. Desirable for nmeretaulo purposes FLisher bunldlu oT
W'aiaoz s, psr ear9. iSf -rC. Ds wsr waehouse. Apply to ho blay. j will be out of town sTEAMER TARw
WNTB a-- M sid trasr Jackdos. Dsmayra Sar aaPs of personal property. abl* PHON1. to a W. G. BARROW, Master.
A -k Ofce phaoe 33. Rleadenae FOR BAL.-TeoI H. P. boiler and en. -or w"m an t m 5hn aS" s Me8 1 SOUTHN PALAPOX ST. Jul, 30th t be b FIRST-CLASS PAS3SNGSR
rh: e 3W0. Acosts & White, 223- N. glue in good running condition. Cab e.u A T FREIGHT SERVICafEe Aat eeJ3
Tarragos. 6aneh be *eea at Peasaaola Iron Works a TMK ate sn au AuOgA. PLA. -BetweAe-
WAsN-o sem a r Thee aomrsg Su C fgpply Cp 1. Se m 4 N ood St PEN1_ACOLA__MOtaLE0APA_
dioP. wh w uhr aer. BA.-- -L-sm he- ne ormer faINI l i M i' SSw h .t a. COLA. CARRABEL.LE, ST.
W. .cntaln hsf-tft pictrs ofr city* et, 3 Meeks fre. lota D1GB Qg, Atf MaA< I. 22nd. DREWS, MILLVILLEL
.,rave oilers at Jeuraal e a -^ oe g aktpacrt LAU.""". *S? I IOad -_ S, l I A>>w Carrabelle and Apalachlee
oaassrd.f & nY rOAli ras al 8stor posese AndDlleo N t AcotsA
-*- B l Cw Oa S 1 ,, a ---,,ety', 0'^ --^Shrt SotsA CNW1CAE MML PURA GROUNO GUlF_ V SCHEDULE
so cotUo mead meam acka. 0 TOtR SAIlAm-i-l -leria State Agent CUPID, ROST. L. E., .aWQy ANO Uj% south Palat.x St., ,one 1144 Msy your agl stock fod fro4 e. A ., for Mobile. Acla. nday :
"r shipments aUsoRtt. Wrt a or Fire af Bwlar Pror Safes and EDNA S6nov the home a uturar, -onrou lrags g for Poeola. Tua.
>.:. I.....t Vak can be chartered by the hour, o SE. ] pyo -- Lae a Prnsacl, Tusaay .Ieu
atd having. He guarantees aB br'ek1 W 4 f re week. Terms, roasonable. rates to abia uu me. as larg _A IpL Points.
Pnone - . -Fishing Tackle and Cooking Utm- oaT* Ne t L--. O- a.. w i For additional Informatlon a
A .^ -Ii'enr ad ini rl Moremo, ^ c, sils turnished if desired. $oeth tElateP. J. R SAUND
S F R.- 8 M~.I S lamgee. PHONE 204. th-' n nFa miH I V.... MEMBERSHIP AT0s t$1,00 PER 3. Cnd "A
l:dies MOM G 2St. and Pass. Agt.
Z e ski,, S eoot be- ai~-75 yrds *. B a M a Wh45 Oalm1 .i d all kinds and delivered. **
CuN" ....D FUNITURMu a H cavass, It good oitin. A bar- I eolatlal wes r....at. a LUMBS,? LATS, K AWEO CYPREOSS ABELL Fi. PROP',
. i Artcles, Jewelry anay eat gain. WaddellU. ro 2, 8. ~- OWNER. iatert. Burul.,at aa eardemntee4 INS AND KILN* 1 W ) *tunev St., tAM IATt
b ws. We a S anelm' Nedg APa Phone No. 1e'! PameWaoWa, ehua iL
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spec'al)-y and yom" me V
'.ive careful atte th. D. Babe W-
S H, -AL. contracting painters
1E 0o-avors. ilne varnmishi a
:ng, Sign painting a spe-
R.-:dence phone 349. 17my.
S" ':' 1)ruggist, 3G years old,
".,a:.aglng store f.r doctor, de-
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' -. -.r kind. Best reterefce.
Ranin. Hore Creeki Ala.
NATION WANT D-Youag laly
-'- ;* i" ion as rtenographer,
S or country town. Coos-
'ond in figures. Reremos.
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/ "-Panama ht, jLetwaa tw
-:; Bayou. For reward, re-
V.M. Blount. 22 Bast WrtOLg
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* :ur return to 1591 N. Dfll
NORTH HILL PROPER Y.
MNornth Hall alias 10 romes..M0.00
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411 W 6WSat.f1t ........11. IAD
MONEY TO LOAN AT THE LOW-
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ixz desirablebuildg lotsat
WA@AT HILL- PROPWER
A MmHomet $M SGadudent 7oom~t
OUR @U OARD FOR NARAI0*4.'.
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700 West Intendena ...,..,.<
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706 southh Palafom. .
207 East Governmret.t
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STHE P ATELC TRCP AAUSE R4ONT hetDfro 4tod -lf t o t traaspbat 1ei9- to T-e a said CBwty and Slate; -any citizen of the bard to ar he b Te e sd etited: "A Ordinanc
OM EMU ECALCOMPANY A TAKE sfro thee a ;as0i sotl i which it Begad, July 12--. T_ rCi g ine Laber C- ax ejection districTr may saow the th daY of AMust, Wt, w y suh | pirileges to W -rre
LAIE TO-NSOMT. A SPECIAL PRO. ush Tso Md hor lown and riavsa Sa, hlialk eZat mea, Port hk, Deomalaid, 1,1- s .a say there be. at the meeting icrmit sh1ud not be grated. A. M. we. A. C. Berry. W. MH-s
Sa nARRANGED. CONE AND ; vis s to Peasa the a to be held on Tuesday. N O-k Of the karl f Con. Emet Weie sad oth
a y .YOURSELF. r theI I ao, permit as to x Ae r t e. -. eth day f Aug, VM why s.h t (' Coty ~on a assigns be an
ba1 aa mthatWme"eespectfl. Mobl M Dm Bu Oli-'S r sh not hM -mut-d. A. N. Floeridreby eteud forp
MEW NOTICE.the t, .e oaety.nroap a h Ms. W l S GeWm, Lo -asomame... .eU. Cler of t Board of Cow*- re () s I Ad
t tOnzw, MIck arriax0 7w i t5 O t & sslOess vmamlbia Conty. oiof atrt pe it to ae earned n said se
Mrs nor nsriexqbas of the J. ea& t. ~ .~p aCK Frs.ce. to s. o - -1uer u eesr Secte 2. "& B, Th all ordtna
n-s st.as_ Bet T XMayor. 1 a3iv y gf -ejan Port ,bk. WUe to <1123. ..w-. t"- l5 .tkJ Brob
0, Ihe rMponsi ble for debts I T. T00. sB pend the balace of I OritaDs to H. Barl & 0l.. N otice of applicatin for permit to e f tv Iid Us Wo Psd Jthe ulre are 1ertD
*** m mbers of the crew of a9mBo 3Untr Oo m C 1w- w l . b, a.a. M C O . J 1or. and beer Wherea s.C Jy T
H.r Brss. 'a ARebeka LE*ge -a ie-t* else- Jet e f U t has 1ed wth the cati for zermp t o ms is, e kppio'e: CRAS. H
Mas maIter Geworm 4 Las. 7 to J. ANM erritt Co. M ca for peit to ser ,uws. ee. *I
SAcIwI, V. Ga; Mi a-of, a sel, A s. Reolds,1l25B- ei district awy show tea wo --
MG RLf"ewding seenatary, G tboore to master. amean y my t at theti Mexag r A M. TERSLY ToL
HO kT. mne M mawgog Arm ga. hek pty 'to be A eldon aest amyf ty4 SUS MINESS LOC
USE 3 En G FO M E N811 Mrs ar abad LAaS F RO KiIG* A! n ck Wart, Key West to pWs tct o nFUsa ed. A- A. .
uTe e ad sagWlty, O the g a cOe See g ren Ieaslo t te 2w %wAg e 2hr26ain, Ital ship,3 t Aesaa --e oh f be Deste o on bful and--
oe os su 'eme virt-Is. m - 4n-bgs
re-feer. *Datestof v Com miss ion. for or ds j
4 1-naeea n a ama,17, is. t to.. 13as te. 2~0- -* *1 a 0M of a
P N A O LAG & O C i t *. T04S% # @ e awstfaiii -_tr.4t # @0 .s E ----W - --
aI eS24t ae eWJes aME m h *ow a a maid ue-j sh*jt I in rhn e mw at the gee11-1 w" theImSOW"M ewr ww
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fdftPg t"iot summercm per't to ell Lp |
Pt leaeerndaa.lect -m L9-" BY
--.---. Ay...--. al-,a, -<-. TIFems sa ond l "f If wl "--. "onty Ft-r-. r
A teleam--l to M yuM A. W. AVS MI Ie do Auu t a t.r
ft Jus te ta k sler -40 1_ t. J6 forife t gdads wa a a lower pdeat rato lower p"mgate. of the oiri to be hed n
II *tteep p onte *The UoTat.boaor U ACapt .Rorke s t t Sata R M -I beL em for sT.eeto Ma l t te elo-
Tw A M oarde oft education. o I ,Is- 0 a l be
S: ai 1 o es 2oe O ttoey 2 etsceCto WOe oe.
ahrie a on -put tht coaSty In a co. i&wwG 1e Api u
lt a Vt oarr d of tet waith the I a to b r of oty Comm
Ses otti dtea aid otew the biste-_ U where thd yno looser have t de.e Co
De1 Dum s to She hotel tLae the mber and vaw mll leadust j o t l
Coftty.Te UiOfmitteeatsthe'ERoma peopse.. Th lumberand ----. lo-i-a
p to dDEaf. ofua esosnstyo: e Te too of the Board to be heid on
Sor co- FIRM FOR bines ese MACHINERY AND BOIiERS o
-, fe.Ti omm. tes d t vrssotoe atskday-ofeAugulst. eea.
mc nt!er..an isdth dly wedtoay 'aW ow:TRN TiMtA L CUSTOIAN FOROINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPaES permit rho.lndotbegras
oonW ttee, _poe of ctatens t"" The Tmpa Trib'Fe sF: The ho recently took ce ha named his Chains of all descriptions. E Y N B
nd teouto nti oWs al. exhiress tous ye'oTIMOR *os ok ....es. Hs osaR PearP,,, LAD- 12-.- ..... ."--r--_-ll- Mg NDe diof appeti to
*I ..o f ,Irt s:,. .o . .. .i m b e r C e o f t .e u s to d i an T o s.. Br it ed I .. Ja e s. . .. -- --. .. Olsbt L
P _hone_2S. _ etto e s a _a. tho. ss ,oomfs enil .TIr. ofeati Udopt, mng n er Wrigti.o. o Te riat E lJa cblr hr.A s R INANed
andTurpentineSilsd leprtoeDefeonty t iloesa wk.; ths detHes an tshoen haet Pe arl ,t. 1 11io for permit to sellI
tMcM lan BYIOs. Co._ hneu b terat, er r e the beach or at ay ther point and 3-*-ed Gsc- s Br OI oa octioy and Distaie
dA....rilty'sessibt. W thl easines aonreid sagme eaardWWr d hteer mill.Th
tti erb ofdi. .atocation.s tred e tmeo diotritedin
....... --tI ti. pe p cu soeiaIOfl O1 BI_ t .o* .b. .teES cut seII. O tfamd there ..at.. t,.
Manufactinrers, 0'beFmairid== has e'eth for all. priseu f seatmte fte deputia. lever, have no 0.7h | y
!ofti .. . : emB, omtall thet tar tC dber or limber ia the bay, as O&e-*cIraer C se ma Tarrag-a" Pb5+, permit ould not be gran. e
.-..cred::.:S charge ever submitted to the M.llen, apiea.ted bef et th em~ any party has the D'gic to pick ap __dlly_ et Co$loers oftam boarT
MeA TS. $ epn g t a gy po aweath,-and we and ana t execetie seealM. was hela timber that is afat inthe harbor ty Fom-i. etm-., EscTba.-
re ei theat proposal has had pt t w tac as as ere o- W ou t Florida.
Mn ofeald e hit4htadbet t b TRiK s Tt mi3.-alamme Coat.
ov i l a n B e s C o .u4 WmL% 1 0 1 1 4 0 r th e h ig h e s t N J B l o u n t N a v a l S t o r e sI II11 8h p rt i es. IcI Ihn g s a m e h a vnee n
c0nts;deJat" We have given the Th- Cooatsion erS*ae bt 1 o & Co.a Chicago, ori inat ed. Rr o Forida. AN ORDINANCE
v 00l: tore4sr a.ertia" .o nm. attee t-k whech jt o their epin iD. that th % c wTa ifoney and Tar at a th- and luong e Relai t ew oyaCt i
ava l G o -e, a- l wbe thk the ..lm be nad bt m. W. edy ~ on ar. of the gpat Ordnne to be Entitled: Notice of aes or permit t, Be it ordaed by the Mo
Surket closa to11 na re and have t sidered it fBoyttf aotd the Dieast niewit and popularityof Foley's Honey AR Ordinance fAing the salary of sell liquors, whies and beer. Whereas. il at the City of Psn..a
Sm y .U. andpo what best for the in- o. (PIlltot. belieita tht di s I Tar Mny imitations are oered e Recrd. and providing for a Ro C Nora wt the Sei 1. Tcat the
S ............. .......... 75 tts ppl a be dvrtied or before a "as was tte geaine. Thse worthless o rder Pro Ten- Board of Outy Cu..i.im a.* for lowing City rcers s. b .
-M------ E-----54r ]emel from tEh .o.. (I feouorIO o to beI T1wn -ri .
......................t.. I I tepo o coa etet Wtions have sei jond g nmie. Be it ordained by t-e Mayor and Csmbe Cot Flrida, his appli- fled herein, to-wit o
--. .. ...................... i interest w s*Id t the matter in Superintendent Georse Wi er was Bewire of thlW. The genuine Poley sCou-acl of the City of Pensacola: cat for pert tosel uenrs, Wiue Thousand Dolars : -
S ............... .....es4 o hs wa, we r for o decie the called ito oteo ce witha tfhe Brsi emey and Tar s a Teow package. 3etin 1 That beginning on the and Beer i fleetioe Dstrit No. 13 or, One Tho md -
S ............. ............ oiti which y sbmit, mch in ecutive session, ed agreed to sI tor o an refust any substitute eet dlay of June. 1905, the salary of CetH e ante; aiy fdUae Comptroarr. Two TO s
I . .. . . . . . .......... 30 a r for we a walve al right he had (M the matt k* I is the ben remea for coughs n of the Reaprder for the Cvy ofoPens- of inch election district Uay show ($2.000); Xaruhal. T. -a
S .......................... 85 appreciate the et that n tails. i it is possible that he will! h apptated colds. W. A. DAleberte,dru d st cola shall 3be Nine Hundred Dollars cause, if ay the be. at the meeting lars f 82,000); Tax C- -
S ...-........--..... .as the locati f this acd ns of o lt b the w and pott l ato. ( p a pa e at te f e B o T ay Tho d D ar (
-P ........................... and a bot which Is cast a the ar ag tto time and m4aner as t~5 salaries of te 8th day of A agst, .ext, why ct. urer. Twenty-FIe ThA-osa
......................... 4. I at e o t and o f the eOe.. ... . ...-. othnder city oocers. permit s.hou not be granted. A. M .($25 00.)
S........-...................40 people of ritt. im u have t after I ma- Other tarpentine nt w te O Plnif l eI mo That the Cofacil hs Cemnas. rt te Boa of Coun-t SectsIa 2. Tac iMoe bord
............. ...........-- --- ..., ture deliberatior t nad as eminently to be anxious to g tteiata d 96 m a r ma p agedlately after the adoption eians this e an t eiea oat oer of who a A i re
P dritso TarOeanoeus57qu toai57fmch fo o2 hsin qnnSoations o0! to w wt llt ttad 0 diras.fa nL riailteet ng it dtaJunea yar 0re- lor shall betreslrru. 1ea
.f T M ewad uheat so leatial to the $15 a ighthadr tm eft te r IIRc r detrrg Toeg J&r1!ne of ecf yetor tore mI as t Cowcl byat lea fwh o
tw York Cotton care and trahintg of pupls ot ad logr. Mr. l. *eve er, elect a Recorder P Te who, c n ft aed by at et two
.-New York. .t.es... ta hUs teIosblyoewt l.I t W.A, t he eves t of the absence, disqu lts- usel. i a r proved by the C .nciC sa
theerthee amtone wilingeto fae P Anstoh1ecation, or inability of the Recorder, icrMris, Jr.., basea with the doe t e
or weak; O August 10. 70. Sevembe Whl we apps hite to the f tallest B ard demw st t"*Ien Po to 'ti o
.....M. .tT., 1.0.arch 1.3 05 be u last to thi d e t em it Sf Attornbe y wa s ignet t r a S That in the event at V ad oeer in set btic o 3 sasul ewced Oam e
.................T.... 3la 3aton n1.5 o r Gn r t at o a r adl iy n rosat his an S t atyci i e ne sues
~ er ~opeadtAnedhwide earom estihe arstoth issafoersam. $*** GAl4! STeasdhir Co. Tem.wtne Mador sall aptyear soher-. a
Now York, J1Openngpres. whaenerfcars andt Tahningtifutloz Aofutndst1, an kr wMr. 5n w BAgbost Ge"!, Br, Bass, Darnewt, praectiiRn aorRderPron P Testse Ifany ther be the Bo etdno o m f wh re s
DAtai ed, BoJauher ig Paclevel his1lwen otnoSt. AygusVnne as a babe, hast last 17 au p reo Taork o to Gulf Tran& Co. 01in otPeisacseoe, tohod disqualySaloftheliorsbi e held oni y, b'u theite nt b
. Czhante Stade Si e Sshed tna Is devtlaed to randtat love and to e pro fed o et tcoy sa wtI b Bra tingam. Br Flausev i 85. la iatC outy. o iab yofha ethet o fws p oeasty te .
Ihdc.r t ^re of the good people of the comd The td lery wal IPa to Fr. J. Screyar. ( Sec. 4. That this ordinance shall vI -e prj i ,
SAjltRGED BY JUD6E Anciet City, and we will not ander be sold. and derin5 the Ie time ett hfe 818, Br s Nielsea, 12. Pomare jtake etec ieedately. I. Notice of hpplica son for permit to c s M B i
E L Y JuN DGE I any co ssideration be even a noce t p-esent Bo al ro w b to 3. x Merritt & Co. -j.See. 5. That all ordiian ees, cad j ll 1 rs- w ai ns a nd beer. W heroes, e Secto n 3. T has ? goditn
GELUNGER YESTERDAY. party t a traateca n which will aft dowe by oatwct It th bee cot- Fr, Iua s. Pai 27. BoIOI pa of ordthaacme, ar eoari here Geo. W. Toayps h( ied wiho hes BSe 3 Trdc a lon
s fiie Grvae of St1 6rive theM of the opprtw ay to can- at the comaty trom L to 5 a to d COohe Sm are hereby re. e d o o ty Fo smdai hi fs aGu T OCofibe pBeO 8
Desnie n f 1r. %; ro tiane the nob"e wrk which hane mnth to work the Pwrlomr t tc Goedwoob Br s, Bm,. 2U13, BaBt peleA. E i Coaty, -ori, Gra dCly- cre= ieN
S N e w O riui w e rea d M r i e dnk P. o n e .so sU C Ss u ly b e n a n d w h ic h th e r ro ad s, sa d th is s av in g n ud e r th e le as e. m r oh ap S s e r C oiar is 0aN e Ap prove d J u n e 21, 1 9 05.
ua yeSte rd Jd B el i Indecling to accept yoar kind and forfeiture fete by the eses, wH re m at e to G.M Trant &o. CHAS. H. BuSS, o M County Sad Sae; say citiaen sage ad m25w aA v
s r Not hOiu s whey thev n o r wo e rwpects-y beg per. sait ie a tIa1o4s Yet r y y r. FelSin e L Kaamb. r An itt: Maieyor f ta Bw election dtrict Ty esd .S Att
last asf ew O whre e tO repamend that or the With the See and forhtet f t Sa sarsss l a. sAds, B. 8.r BERNAl1D. Citr Clerk P aoe. y the l t the *eetin Aped C, 19 B
Now Yrt Sock Mfitu re e thia dor t institute it be vr d cm on pseodit it w* p1ea T ea, te May Tosadaya Apponteo: CRAf.uc. B
A Cc.-allowed to athiae at Ste Aug;sttee. t Mada- to be *ted hy tha e Mo A ng as Bet 2B s, W ESTATE SMApL t n dat of A aet. ,rext. i nyhtsh f Att Ba. .
an Cerardingsho because of the lowe Sad care to which wortlas of the cobI0sts 7q the a Tampa to (ulf Treasit Cs. iu ie ja Cr ntOm4a oo teulrmit so leoConanty. oldaDyer
ar ahrito thataldrurgi tswe ha etsafers o bhe ood .o tse tenreads, t 0-of t aU a R s, Sr aa, i 1Come _s at s~Jq al laudinthe Dema- ea7fCut'e the Mdyo
14 nutalOfsA toa rend yaor flnsto c a s of Sr. Auaewhs for the inst- i.h the Cinim bels 13iV'M t Easter. To S(gshall AaveOall-theD
e &phints Q the lrea nd prelarge ;tfner ar h *toaveoforth wetoeplean woringtthe elpiser BosewthealRecor tweSre (12)c tev (2, townshipOrrde-
riq rlesg arl a coldun Cares an .ltetrt-at betr. andty conu ano age sui cad" l sOl e-canta. Ita3 s'~,saet n Ga- ca0) o. g rab tse ty (30) west. asu of npfeao for permit to iend Ia Pr,1igma ald r
r Cppe t o rg ad pCrevets the i' t^ S a he a to L- Aregesiae dsIn tO ls eamp 4the .might to elf Tr iCo.- Sh & Us1at Monat 2Sjmeouw4w sell A. as. wliM Se Iw. witrh h C. 3e W. E. A .
the genae is in a xrelow packane. Rea t; maga.rpet se aUal- athesa to Pensa., LPmber Co. ies of applieaUoB for permit to' "-ad of Cofnty Om.ini..en for *Ie sad eWwrs.
V osp aete.rstates WsAtD eelsmel t i sng.r!eet and buld-__b__All- Viemias, Span s. 13ss, iusts, I s o wiaes d hear W Escambia Couity, 1~jr ist
~d Aprtheoyar 12lhgS.oPoad people of the is |sa MTIMroad to Gulf Tr an1sit to. I. G_ h tFed with te tan for t., to SaetywtLTrmt Wines f
S Instit uti as is d wm e etmisidei at e -verpool ta A. A. Brw n C& e6 uia CO uaty Plorida, their appli- o *adCo waty U 4 Sato e: a y citts n each and all the thing men
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