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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: July 16, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Hols 0tat Culprits are More Cul-
pable than if Money Had Been
Actually Stolen.


TO PUNISH HOLMES


If Possible to do so Under Exist-
ing Laws.

PRESIDENT DIRECTS SECRETARY
MOODY TO MAKE EVERY EF-
FCRT TO CONVICT GUILTY PAR-
TIES-MOODY WILL GIVE THE
MATTER R PERSONAL ATTEN-
TiON. BLT EXPRESSES NO
OPINION.


By Associated Press.
.Tuly 15.-President
h.O- ic,'.rmined that ith
,::, :'on; ol Ihe cotton re-
;r: IDepartment of Ag.i-
,' I pro(ed to the bottom
Im' man or men ;r-p;ol-
a rc'a:er degree cuipaol*'
\ -'o!en the money ou;-
:hi. government. He pro
.I Asisistan' S:atis:ica:n
n; 1w t punished if it :;,
-erure his arrest and con-
i! r the present laws.
,.:dent wrote the following
olter to Attoruey General
;ir Mr. Moody:
e. earnestl\ hope that every
,ill be made to bring Holmes
cr in connection with the cot-
irt scandal Plriase go over
yourself. The man is. 'n
nut. r far gre-:er scoundrel
Shad stolen th- money from,
n--ij ;:', ar he used the go.-
:. . s~~Plers and malk'
.- :i ,:hers. Sip-
*i l:' V il-: R; ,iEVELT."
\,'-,, ; --',' h !o le tter to
e -:ve the mat-
S , He said lie
\ ..- an ;, pinion as to,
. :. ii': further in-


GJV. CARTER


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r'iA'AUULA, FLORIDA, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 16, 1905.


PRICE 5 CENTS


'T WILL PROBE RUSSIAN IalY HAD TO REDUCE DEPUTY HAI

TON LEAK SCANDAL T EXPENSES $7,000 H

SUP EM COURT UPHOLDS LLi School Board Held Session and Rescinded Action of Raising Salaries n Ul
SUPREME COURT UP OLDS n nrrrI of Teachers, Being Necessary on Account |ITU I IIP

ARKANSAS ANTITRUST LAW ION UEFlNSllE of Lack of Funds. WITH MANIA

INSURANCE COMPANIES THAT ARE MEMBERS OF POOLS, COM- After having figured up the possible all around. as the six mills will bring
INSUR BIANCE COM PAN T HT AB EO FM D G Ai s n es : revenue to be derive 'd from the county in a revenue of only about $42,000.talian R
BINES OR AGREEMENTS EXCLUDED FROM DOING Active Recos t Dis- before the levy was made for the com- The board held a meeting recently Wild Italian Run Amyck and Was
coverRAtEonTJap befXreDtPeRlevOwnoisa nhesand began to make cuts in expenses Subdued Only With Great
BUSINESS IN STATE. C r S ng sing year, the County Board of Public to meet the new conditions. The newSubdued
c r S g J instruction has been compelled to buildings were cut to $3,000, the new
By located Pr to fix pies here. Two justices Hae make numerous changes in its plans, furniture to $300. while the poorly Difficulty.
Sfix pcesanywhere. Two justices Ha NOWreducing the estimates about $7,000. paid teachers will get no increase
Little Rock, Ark., July 15.-In the fled dissenting opinions. When the board maoae up Its esti whatever in their salaries.
supreme court of Arkansas to-day th.- The Hartford Fire Insurance Com- mates the members figured that at 7 Under former conditions the school T O MR
celebrated anti-trust ac thege- pan was the company t mde th DIS AS R PORT D mills for school purposes the board board had the power to name the tax INTENT ON MURD
celebrated anti-truste atco the g est ease. When the new law went SE E R would have at its disposal something levy for school purposes, and the ornom
eral assembly, passed at the recent; into effect in March more than fifty In the vicinity of $50,000 with which missioners in making up the annual
session was upheld in a the t e itmen- non-resident fire Insurance companies to make improvements, pay teachers tax levy had nothing whatever to do
volving the validity of the enactment, ceased doing business in the state p and bear other expenses which occur with this portion of the taxes, except Drew Knife and Made Despera

The new law excludes from doing'and to-day all agents of the Hanford Epidemics Said to Exist i Army during the season. Their estimates in- to incorporate the amount in the total
business in Arkansas any foreign In- company were notified by the corn- eluded the expenditure of $6.000 for levy. The last legislature, however, Attempt to Cut Officer
surance companies that are members pany's general agent to write no mor, of General Linevitch. new building, $800 for new furniture changed all of this and the school
f ool, combinations r agreementsbusiness in the state and an increase in the pay of teachers board has no power whatever, except
rannin, from $2t50 to $5fi 00 npr month tn prnonrl y what f .... .a. __ --


FOUR KILLED IN SIX MONTHS FOR

I A N WnrK lI rw vn


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IN OHIO MASHER

Head-on Collision Said to Hae Heavy Sentence Imposed Upon
HJea"' Sentence Imp d Upa
en Caed by mistake Man Who Accosted Married
of Distcher. Lady on the Street
By Associated Press
Mount Vernon, Ind. July 15.-In a
head-on collision between two freight B y Associated Press.
train., on the Louisville and Nashville New York, July 15-A six months
road near Upton, Ohio, to-day. four sentence to prison for passing street
persons were killed and seven Injured, lirtations with married women. was
one fatally. The wreck was caused i on Benjamin F. Smith
It Is alleged, by the 5st.ake of a train from St. Louts, by Magistrate Steinert
dispatcher. today.
t- ILata last evening Mrs. Grace M.
'Gamrbe, who is handsome and dresses
r stylishly, was waiting for her husband,
a Brooklyn business man. at the Madi-
son Avenue and Forty-Second Street
Subway entrance. Smith was passing
and spoke to her. Mrs. Gamble .e-
IM P I N l sen ted this, struck Smith in the face
and caused his arrest.
In court to-day, although Mrs. Gam-
R PO ISO U U ble herself requested leniency, the
magistrate imposed the heavy sea-
tence and at the same time invited
S. A. ALFORD, OF CHIPLEY, TELLS other women who suffered from
"mashers," to act as did Mrs. Gamble.
OF HIS FAMILY'S EXPaERIECE


T I rt. -I IIV- .- ---- -....-
SWITH INSANE WOMAN WIO AT" NG HOLDUP
By Associated Pre@. TEMPTED TO KILL THEM.
.; i l:, .--Private advict s
r. "r Washineton say S. A. Alford, a prominent naval
r: ('ar wi!l reconsider stores operator of Chipley. Fla.. who
l I is reported that is in the city on business, tells his
S.' I ranc.-isc S,-cretary Taft. friends here of the narrow escape o;
I; of President Rosevelt.. his family from being poisoned by a
S:,nor Carncr to withdraw woman, who Is said now to be a
-. i ..- raving maniac, says the Jacksonville
Times-Union.
TRD\S' I ORDERS Mr. Alford was preparing to send
TRANSF R OR ERS his family to North Carolina to spead ,
a part of the summer. Mrs. Alford
HIL|'F D RVOKE had prepared the day before leaving
WERE REVOKEl Chipley a lunch for herself and th pmast fln C any
children. On the nmo:ning that she, aymastr o firon Company Rob
took her departure the woman who be One Robber Sho and
E. Associated Press. plotted the death of the.mother and bed, One Rober S t
July ,--Secretary children came presumably to say
r- rvoked ;he orders r,- good-bye. On the way to the Alford the MIney Recovered
f, r ite ;raInsfer of ('iv.; home, the woman purchased some
\\. (;. Wal er and F. A strychnine. The lunch baskets were
'.-,rrston Navy Yard :o on the table of the dining room: an By Associated Press.
S-.on after these o*- in passing through 'he house artfuliv ..irminha Alt.. Jul:- 1 D.
i hey v:ere suspend-. spread the strychnine over the lunch iBurrm. hama ser of the Sl os-Sheff
n: di:r.cion and a., in one of the baskets. a, er o e
ie into the questions, Nothing was known of this until, eel and Iron Compan was held up
S. thc officers and con- the train had left Chipley. when the nen this afternoon om the railrl -
dock row ewing built. insane woman who had poisoned the between ittleton and Flat Top and
-la--leston forwarded .a lunch. told her husba d what she had relieved of $5.000. Less than five,
'ng that the officers done. The husband at once rushed minutes afterwards Detective Geor
n- pre-dAr.nt approved out of the house, and tound Mr. Al- Bodeker and policeman Joe Nix ane
;.nri s action. ford. The two went to the depot ani, Charles Pickard, a mine guard, had'
at once commenced an ffort to locate shot and killed one of the highwav-
c e e dr men an'l recovered the money. Thet
A Ir.\

SIG : children were speeding on their wa%'other robber escaped.
toward North Carolina. It was two Information that the robbery was
ThXAS ous of dreadful Suspene for the to take place to-day had leaked out
AS BA husland and father, but he received and hence the officers were near th.
a telegram to the effect that his fami- scene of the crime. The robber killed
-r saeily was all right It appears tha offered resistance whow the attempt
-. associated PreM. ,when- the children wanted lunch at a made to arrest h!m.
.lul. 15.-The Kemp noon time the basket which was on
'I-a-,n sole owner anrl top was not the one which bad be-n'
S~Dodrtz Mason in- poisoned, and the dinner was made THREI KILLED BY
exe-vt!ed assign- from the contents of that basket. How-
'.r: Tl.c assets are ever. later the children wanted some' COSSACKS
-"-", und the liabi.i- chicken, and went into the basket A L
1 is 1ilieved all the, which had been poisoned. They took
t,.d in full and a pieces of chicken, but there was so.
much strychnine on the meat that,
the children complained of its being| By Associated Press.
L \\ T DETiCT bitter. and threw It away. But two! Lodz, July 15.-Three persons were
L4 O DE ECT of them became ill from the effects of killed and six wounded by a volley
the strychnine, aad lad to be cared fired by Cossacks during an antl-gov-
C00 K[iD ICKi TS for. They have since fully recovered. ernment demonstration in Kamienna
CROOK D TICK S The woman who had plotted against street this afternoon.
the lives of the children had been an
Inmate of the Florida Insane Asylum,
E, Associated Pme. and was evidently IsMae when she
Planned the wholesalealecaUtB of the
1-h I is announced woman and chtildqW. When she beard T1 A
c: 'rains departing from tht her husband had betrayed hr. she d .
e *i T9 nso 4on will probably attacked him with a srg hearing
'v :rain agents, whose knife, missing hi m oly a trle of an Xa a
S ,. t detect and ct- Inch when she threw tt at h Later
Sfraudulently sold by she attempted to dgttoy Ihe own Jo
action is reported to child, and was thr ai l ahge '
S6 an experiment mate and locked i t -- o
-ern Pacifc. wll be retarNIG D the 0-


1- 5 1 L 1 WV. .U st-i y -ero rima_ t i lat may uc
REPORTED MJTINY 1N BATTLE- this to apply to all in the entire derived from any levy the commission. DEPUTY 'SANOERS SUFFERED
REPORTED MOTINY ON BAcounty. ers may see fit to make.
SHIP CATHERINE II DENIED. When the Board of County Com- There will be many disappointed PAINFUL INJURIES, BUT FINAL-
missioners met, however, that body teachers in the coutny when they LY SUCCEEDED IN SUBOUINQ
POTEMKINE NOT BADLY DAM- made a levy of 6 mills for school pur- learn that the increase which had been
poses, which knocked the calculations voted them has now been rescinded, LUNATIC, WHO WAS THEN TA-
AGED-WITTE HAS NOT RETIR- of the school board all to pieces, and hut the board was compelled to do so
ED FROM COMM.ISSION. it was necessary to make a reduction on account of the lack of funds. KEN TO JAIL,

Deputy Sheriff Sanders had one of
By Associated Press. the hardest fights of his career yester-
Tokio, July 15.-An army officer day morning, when he tackled an Ital-
who returned from Manchuria says ian named Gallan Marebetta, who, at
the expectation that General Linevitch the time, was a raving maniac. The
would assume the aggressive is dimin- deputy, although dealt a couple of
fishing. The Russians formerly con- heavy b1ows with the butt end of a
Sducted most active reconnoissances, South American cow whip, continued
General Linevitch with his staff per- II after the maniac, and did not cease
sona'lly going to the advance lines in until he had him securely handcuffed,
an enaieavor to draw out the Japanese and that too, without using any unnec-
and disocover their position of essary violence.
strength. These have ceased and it The deputy was at the court house
is believed General Linevitch's tactics when a telephone message reached the
now are non-aggressive and entirely police station that a crazy man was
on the defensive. causing great excitement on West
Reports of the existence of epidem- Many fPrisonrs Convicted Dur- Government street. The police noti-
ics and contagious diseases among the i U DeputSheriff Fi t Ne d the county authorities and Deputy
SRussians continue to reach the Japa- n the W k Firs a eg d anders was found at the court house.
nese army. ing the Week, Were Sen- its itr He secured his buggy and hastened to
,e y ,.. UPolice Officer FighS Witn the point. When within a block of
REPORT OF MUTINY 1 iU d IBy O fBhgr the house occupied by Marchetta he
DENIED BY WImENIUS AnOlther Oe. saw a man run up to an old womau
-a-- Stl and snatch something from her arms,
St. Petersburg. July 15'-.Admirat throwing it to the ground. The man
Wirenius, chief of the general staff of Some lively scenes were witnessed then began to beat the woman wita
the butt end of the whip. The deputy
the navy, says the report of the muti- Yesterday was sentence day In the on Tarragona street, shortly before 12 the utt ebund the whip Tgroe depun
ny aboard and the sinkingof the bat- Criminal Court, Judge, Beggs presid- o'clock last night, which had the ef- an inofnt, and seeing the ngran bdati
tieshlp Catherine II, circulated in, a
Vienna and printed in the United ing, and a number of those convicted feet of drawing a crowd of several the aged woman he put whip to his
States, is without foundation. during the past week, went before the hundred people to the corner of Tar- horse and reached there as soon as
Examination of the battleship Kniaz court and received sentence. ragona and Intendencta streets. possible.
Potemkine. which is at Sabastopol,1 The first matter to receive the at- The excitement was started by Asl o on as the maniac saw the
shows her boilers to be in had con'Ji- tention of the court was the trial of! Deputy Sheriff Nicholson firing threouse. He was folowedan, an into tof-
tion owing to neglect, but no damage Mary L. Wilson and Maggie Smith, shots at Bob Grant, a negro prisoner, lier endeavored to qiict him, in the
to the machinery aside from that done who were charged with lewd, want: who was endeavoring to make his es- meantime approaching nearer to him.
by water in the engine compartment. and lascivious conduct in speech and' cape. The negro had been arrest ei Attempted to Use Knife.
M. WITTE NAMED AS behavior. The jur returned a ver- for cutting Robert Carter, In a fight The maniac saw this, and in an in-
FIRST PLENIPOTENTIARY.diet of guilty, and the prisoners were early in the afternoon. The latter s stant had whipped out a knife and
FIRST PLENIPOTENTIARY.' sentenced to pay a fine of $50 and now in jail in quite a serious made a lunge at the officer, endeavor-
---- costs each or serve six months in Jail. non Grant a serious made a lunge at the officer. endeavor-
St.cs Petersburga Ju'y 1-M. W e or serve six months in Jail. condition. Grant was found at the ing to cut him in the stomach. The
St. Petersburg, July 15.-M. Witte Cora Simpson. convicted Friday O union depot by Deputy Sanders and latter dodged and drew his revolver,
bad another long conference with the being a lewd person, was sentenced to placed under arrest. He was placed but did not care to fire upon the man.
Emperor to-da3y Investigation in au- pay a fine of $25 and costs or serve In charge of Deputy Nicholson, who The latter, however, as soon the he
thoritative circles enables the Asso- six months in jail. was on his way to the Jail with him, recovered himself struck the ofacer
elated Press to announce positively David Winkler, for selling liquor when the negro asked that he be al- recovered hibo elfo struck the of her
that reports circulated late last night at Century without a license, was sen-; lowed to get a sack of tobacco. This terrible blow n the right side of the
that M. Witte might not go to Wash- tenced to pay a fine of $250 and costs, request was granted and n a momentead wth the handle of the whip.
ington, are incorrect. Witte's instruc- or serve three months, and in addition the negro made a break for liberty Another blow was delivered, but this
tions it can also be stated authorita-' thereto or serve 30 days. He was closely followed east on Inte. was warded off by the officer, who
tivel name him as the firstplenpo- Frank Whitlock, for carrying con- dencia street by the officer, who, after threw p his arm, taking the blow o
tentiary and clothe him with plenary. sealed weapons, was fined $100 and calling a number of times, fired three the wrist and elbow.
powers. The instructions are couched costs or to serve three months. shots. This had the effect of caus- Tried to Escape.
in general terms. Joe Riley, convicted of selling liquor ing Grant to come to a halt. None of The b1ows stunned the officer and
without a license, was sentenced to the bullets took effect. the crazy man, intent only on escap-
Sheats Goes to Gainesville. pay a fine of $250 and costs or serve ing, ran from the house and jumped
Tallahassee. .July 15.-Hon W. N. three months, and in addition an extra Officers and Negro .Fight. into the buggy standing in front of the
Sheats has accepted a position at the 30 days. A few moments afterwards Charles gate. Deputy Sanders followed and
head of the Gainesville high school. Davis, another negro, approached grasped the lines just as the horse
where Deputy Nicholson and Officer started. The animal is a very spirited
SENATOR CLARK Neel stood at the corner waiting f:)r one, aond to add to this the crazy man
B AS E n A L the patrol wagon. He began to use gave i.t'a blow across the back with
JAS E BU A L L P RATFD UPON abusive language towards the officers, the bull whip. The deputy released
YPrL ATI D L UNF and finally made a threat of some the lines and the horse went with all,
July 15 kind. When he did he was placed speed towards the city. Marchetta
under arrest by Officer Neel and then fell from the buggy,after going, short
By Associated Press. By Associated Press. began a fight the officer using his distance, while the horse continued.
New Yor. July -enatcub. The patrol arrived a few minu tearing the buggy to splinters. The
New York, July 15.-Senator Wil- tes afterward.; with Officer Roach, who deputy who was running after the
Southern League. lam A. Clark, of Montana, was oper- peinto the fight and between the puty who wa runn after he
Little Rock 2, Atlanta 3. (Fourteen ated upon for an abscesE of the brain wo the negro was soon subdued andbuggy, n came to the place whe
innings.) at his home here this afternoon. sent to jail the crazy man had fallen, and renewed
New Orleans 5. Birmingham 1. Favorable outcome of the illness is the fight with him, and with the a
Memphis 0, Montgomery 4. anticipated, though the operation is Negro Found Dead. sistanoe of several citizens succeeded
Shreveport 4, Nash\lll 1. serious and it will probably be several -,. Givens, colored, was found In placing handcuffs upon him. The
days before his u.-mate recovery is dead on North Tarragona street last police patrol brought the insane ma
South Atlantic League. assured. night. He was in his room when t Jail.
Augusta 3 Macon 4, (First game.) death arrived, having been sick for The wounds suffered by the deputy,
Augusta MJacon 1, (Scond game.) sme time. Some of those residing while not serious, are very painful. It
Savannah 2. Jacksonville 1, (ThF I STAT M NT near say that they saw him butting was necessary to take several stitjBa
teen innings ) his head against a brick wall shortly In the wound on the head.
Charleston 3, Columbia 1. (First .bO TH. L. C l before 12 o'clock, and it is stated The Woman's Condition.
game.)ston 4, Columia f that there is a scar and blood on his The aged lady, who was Mrs. RamO
Chareston 4, Columbia 3, (Secondhead. residing at the bayou, was not as da-
game.) gerously wounded as at first thoug
though her condition is cosi
American League. New York. July 15.-The Louisville Oregon Won the Trophy. serious. She has a number of wms
Chicago 2. Washington 1. jand Nashville Railroad Company has Washington, July 15.-The battle- about her head and arms the one ao
Detroit 5, Philadelphia 2, (First issued a preliminary statement for th' ship Oregon of the Asiatic fleet has the head being the most serious. Her
game.) year ending June 30. last It showed won the t.:ophy for the highest scores wrist is also broken, this being done
Detroit 1. Philadelphia 9, (Second gross earnings of $38,541,672, an in- made by vessels of the battleship class while she was endeavoring to wardo
game.) crease of $1.597,879. as compared witn at the last annual target practice. In
Cleveland 5. New York 6. the previous year; operating expenses the cruiser class the Raleigh, on the
St. Louis 1, Boston 2. of $26,285,864. an increase of $1,144,-1 Asiatic station, is the trophy winner. Continued on Eighth Paget
316 over last year, and a surplus tor


National League.
New York 8, Pittsburg 7.
Philadelphia 7, Cincinnati 5,
Brooklyn 0, Chicago 8.





g it of pu rpatite are
ms WVat Ad&. The i
rim


the year, after dividends and charges
were paid, of $3,580,664, a decrease of Americans Slightl Ahead
$107,507, as compared with the year 1ma Ca S iiiUy I d
preceding. I
in F^ gfraich* Tr&nstc. Tynoaw0w^M


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By Asociated Press.
London, July 15.--oth William J. a
:Clothier and Holcombe Warde won b
their watches against the Freachmen,
Germot and Dacugis, without exettion a
to-day, and Norman I. Brooks and t
A. F. Wtltni, the Australia, won
From the Australla. pAit. These wee S
only exhiblUon a-" oVW .
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Thus far the Amerieans are lightly
head on points, the scores at presa -
sing:
Americans-Matches won 5, la t :- i .
ets won, 15, lost 1; games won L
ot 4. .
Anutrbat- t won 6. to
ets won 15, lft 2; somcr8a w -
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with you and be able to enjoy your r s ,,i Mullis of Powelton thng It can get bt generally t gets
trip thoroughly. It strengthens :he visiting her daughter Mrs. John the minute insects that loat In the sea.
stomach and prevents the above all- Welsh At any alarm it close its cup and is
mets as well as Indigetion, Dyspep- A chocolate surprise party was then hardly ditingolsbable from the
a, Constipation, Sleeplessnes, given at the home of Mrs. J. N. ne rock on which it Is root It has a
Appetite or Malariathe home o Mrs. J. N. Inge
Appetite or Malaria Fever and Ague. rday night, which was greatly en- set of sucker muscles that attach it
. __ ._ ---- joyed by those who were present. so frmly to the rIek that-It wlil some-
A times be torn In pieces rather than
eI m ame Lmeela*'s Delath Mask. let go.
P I A touching reminiscence of the great
m i Ictor e dwin Booth io told In connec- O mrs -Barg
S e wth Iawrene button's collection "can we eep bwrr' inquied Mr.
SH A T S f death masks in "Talks In a Libra- Younghsband, who was looking at the
CLEANED, BLEACHED AND ry," rnbe4d by Isabel Moore: gat
SLOCKED at the Caunt'a was on f th ttwo maks n "WeR l you an keep canaries and
the collection which affected Booth sucb birds as them," replied the bieal
O LD E IRUL IL i st. Th oter naturally enough, but Isadlord, "but there's e bird barred
LIN Y *PARLOIR,. Iin a ery, very different way, was that from thee apartments CI
W. G e.S .of Lincoln. I shall never forget the "What bird that
irst time be saw the Lincoln mask. "Btatk"-Loulvl t Ooler-JW"al.
- ;He asked innocently enough whose it _
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PRVicE ;dent Still, without a word. he put It yo
WORK CALLED FOR AND 'bte -i se* ,d t seemed sto me no
DELIVERED. a e dM m that he kiled It with his ent
ILMBERSHIP RATES FOR aras I have een him in that room nt
PRwMSSsU StI. PER look at It wrtly ,er his pipt aarn the
MONTH. I Im aRtmeh. Bat he ever touocb- Vm p-V Nu ts t
"" N6 C.awe o. pkoC It a"L.vm to e. .
f rEoU. L WOIiEI Wthat hAint ght oe t hea. ~ty THB 80PCElR TIf O OD. *
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1ri NEWS of WESTLORIDA. H


dads propose exteading an independ-
APALACHICOLA ovded the Terminal Company de COTTAGE HILL
lines to build it. But I most earnest-
ly desire, recommend and pray that
the old cormpear will make Bay View
Special to The Jeerud. one of its Important.-termini, as the pecial to The JournaL
Apalachicola, July 15.-Mr. and Mrs. service would be more satisfactory cottage Hill, Jul 1.-he par
Jas. E. Carter left la't night on the under one management crop Is now being. absipped. north,
tearmer Gertrude fot Gainesville, Ga., The county mad from Palafox street though the crop is light compared with
where they will spend several weeks.' to Brent Is completely "ieinoralited." last year.
Hon. W A. Murat is spending a and no longer St for either heavy The Reaves saw mill is turning out
month's vacation visiting the promi. healing or pleasure driving. some first-class lumber. In fact it is1
aent northern cities and resorts. I understand that the city is making the best class of lumber that the 4
Miss Maggie English returned to a move toward repairing it within the writer has seen in this section.
her home in Pensacola last week after city limits, and surely the county will Mr. Clark and family, who have
a pleasant visit here wita*relaives. not ignore this Holy road much longer. been living on the Wineford property fI
Miss Anna and Maggie Buett leat THOS. McMIILLAN. for some months, have moved to the; 0
last Wednesday to spend several property near the depot known as the
weeks at Gainesville and Atlanta, Ga. War Against Consumption. court house property.
Quke a crowd of young people All nations are endeavoring to John McDonald who has been tak- to
visited the gulf last Thursday after- check the ravages of consumption, the ing a vacation in Ohio for a couple of
noon. enjoying a delightful di in "white plague" that claims so many weeks, is expected home to-day.
the gulf. victims each year. Poley's Honey and
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wefing took a Tar cures coughs and colds perfect- Cured of Bright's Disease.
large crowd to St. Vincent's Island ly and you are in no danger of con- Geo. A. Sherman, Lisbon Red Mills,!
on the Fourth of July to spend the sumption. Do not risk your health by Lawrence Co., N. Y., writes: "I hbrzi.
day. taking some unknown preparation kidney disease for many years andti
Misses Peacock, Gibson and May when Foley's Honey and Tar is safe had been treated by physicians for'
Marks, and Mr. Win. J. Iran took a and certain in results. Ask for twelve years; had taken a well known i
trip to Bainbridge Wednesday, re- Foley's Honey and Tar and Insist upon kidney medicine and other remedies
tamrning Friday. having it. W. A. D'Alemberte, drug- that were recommended but got n.
Mr. Wiloughby Marks and his sis- gist and apothecary. relief until I began using Foley's Kild- .
ter. Miss Miriam. left Friday for vey Cure. The first half bottle rn-
Portland. Oregon. to attend the fair lieved mie and four bottle- hare cured
being held there now. From that ri:y me of this terrible disease. Before
they will go to north Yakima, Wash., ST. ANDREWS I began taking Foley's Kidney Cure
oz spend the summer with their uncle, I had to make water about every
Mr. John Ryan. j B fifteen minutes, day and night, an I?*
Mr. Carl Montgomery of Orlando. passed a brick-dust substance, anJI
Fla., is spending several days in th-- Special to The Journal. sometimes a slimy substance. I b-
city with relatives. St. Andrew. July 15.-Miss Pearl lieve I would have died it I had not! 0
Dr. W. T. Marler is enjoying the Folsom. of Marianna, is visiting her taken Foley's Kidney Cure." W. A.
mineral waters at Panacea Springs brother. Hilton, on Commerce street. D'Alemberte, druggist and apothecar'..
this week. Mr. A. C. Dolphy filled his regular
Mrs. M. A. Vincent left last Wed- appointment in the Fresbyterian A Vlelag I*er Writer, i
nesday lor Pensacola to spend sev- church on Sunday. The famous Dr. Andrew Bell had a 2
eral day. with her daughter, Mrs. An- The ptcnic held at Harrison on the wife who, after exhausting all her In-
nic Doiley. of that city. fifth was a very enjoyable one andgentyn making him miserable final-
Rev. Father Graniona has been ap- largely attended by the St. Andrew ly left im. She then began writing
pointed assi-tant priest at Crowler, people. t him. She ten b writing
Miss., and lerf last we!k for that ciny. Mr. and Mrs. Gainer, of Esconfina. him loan letters filled with personal
Mr. A. I. Hogeboom, representing are visiting their daughter, Mrs. J. R_ abuse and when she found he did not
The Pensacola Journal, was among Thompson. on Buena Vista avenue. take the trouble to open them took to
the visitors this week. Mr. D. Davis and family, after a few abusing him on the envelope. One she CA
Miss Minnie Wilhelm is having a weeks' stay in St. Ancrews, returned addressed, "To that supreme of rogues,
delightful vitit with friends and rela- to their home in Chipley on Wednes- who looks the hangdog that he is. Dr. #
tives in Cuthbert. Ga. day. (such a doctor!) Andrew Bell." Anoth-
Mrs. Chas. F. Wright left Tuesday Miss Mabel Alderman, of Marianna, er was thus pleasingly inscribed: "To
morning for JacksOnville, to sped is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ware that ape of apes and knave of knaves,
the summer. for a few weeks. D A M Hh recded to
Mr. W. H. Gibson will leave in a We are glad to report Mr. Hilton l record to
few days for Salt Lake City to visit Folsom much Impro-ed-iln fact he is have once paid a debt, but a small one
his son. H. B. Gibson of that city. getting well rapidly. you may be sure It was that be select-
Mrs. J. H. Trumps returned to the Misses Annie and Bettie Bryan of ed for this wonderful experiment-in
city this week. Greenwood, are guests of the Kestro fact, It was fourpence ha'penny.. Had
C. I. Henry is spending several house for several weeks. It been on the other side of sixpence
weeks in Atlanta, Ga. Mr. Joiner has returned after sev- he must have died before he could
Mr. James Donohue of Mobile, was eral weeks absence. achieve so dreadful a sacrtfes."-Lon-
among the visitors this week. There are many visitors here now don Ttler.
from different points in Georgia, Ala- 1
son county especially, and in conse- The king of the Belgians once left his
1BR -INT quence our little town is very much umbrella In a basom when driving in *
elivened. Brussels. This was returned to his !
Mr. Roswell Gay, of Gay, was in majesty a few %onn aftesrard by the A

ent, Jul .-The farmers are surely progressing. frm he as o wev S
upprs now. The general rain of Iapopolthe mof
.Xonday revived the aoooping vegta- a t favor the king.
tio an d gave a glorious season for MUSCOGCu be havethe umbrellainstead of
pltng out sweet Potatoes. O the moey? The favor was granted,
Many have planted seeds for fall and before many days had passed the
"greens." which may come up nicely, cabman had put up the umbrella for
and burn out when the showers let Special to The Journal, sale, and it was knocked down to some
up. Some may succeed, however, and Muscogee, July 15.-Miss Carrie royal enthusiast for 100 francs. When
reap ine prices for the first in market. Windbam, of Miview., and her sister King Leopold heard of this be ex-
In August and September is the time Mrs. Cowley, of Mobile, visited their claimed, "Well, rve beard of an um-
to plant whole Irish potatoes for a aunt, Mrs. W. R. Vaughn, several days brella being put up to keep off show-
fall crop. this week. er of rain, but this seems to have been
nhd a v e t oe a eo i o rn a t n t o f 1a:o.lPo G a w a s I i m-a ty a f e wb y
We have the appointment and Mrs. John Bell left to-day put up to bring down shower of gold !"
traced Methodist meeting at the Brent to spend ten days at the sea shore
church. commencing PFriday night, the comp meeting a t ,
14th nst. and holding through the ol Anna arrows leaves for B Pa a a no pe p the
lowing week. Mi s., to spend a few ncys with action t e ha 8 e
Prof Alien seems to be growing friends, after which she will return to P emotion that we hu be i 5
longer rom daJ to day-but he is n d Jackson Ala. posed to look for in the cold blooded I
now old enough to stand alone and Miss Julk Lee.o Pensacola, visited from but the Surinam toed appears to
has commences walking about He friends in Muscogee this week. exhibit this praiseworthy attitude of
will probably be lisping "A. B. C.'s" Miss Lula Tompkins, of Century, mind toward his numerous progeny.
and "talking out in school' before the visited her brothers, John and Simon When his mate lays her eggs the soll c
trains on the "Pensacola Western Tompkins, this week. Itons father places them carefully upon _
railroad commence rushing t'roh Mr. J. LAnge was in Pensacola her back, where In doe time theirpree-
i am glad to see '^ M. Bonifa, Roberts F~a., at- numerous small holes into which the e.r
tended the dance here Thursday night. f(3twith M^ thms -i.s
YOURN The dance given in the Muscogee whic fmnta pes eset
Sall Thursday night was largely at- h l
tended. The music was from Pensa hexagonal, like honeycomb, the young <
S e f yu fd t cola and was. enjoyed by all who at- ^frog are nally hatched and for a bit
Is spoiled if you find that the straage tended scramble about their mother's back, t
food and water does not agree with Msi AlRa Shel is visiting her aunt, hiding In their nurseries when danger
-our weak stomach. You suffer from Mr. R. N. Parker. threatens.
Cramps, Diarrhoea, Nausea or Kidney Miss Ida Larklns of Floral Ala,
Troubles. Be sure to take a bottle of vsitig th rter, Mr. N. ar. The se Ammese.
H EIr I 'CS kins. The sea anemone resembles in shape
H OSTETTER S Miss Mary Miller, of Powelton, at- a morning glory. Its mouth opens like
tenor led the dance Thursday night, the cup of that flower, and above it are
STOMNACH BITTERS Miss Mary Bradley returned home seen a number of tentacles waving in
SIU IA BlIlERS to-ay after spending a few days witthe water. It food cosists of any-


SALL MAIL AND PHONE ORDERS FILLED THE SAME DAY RECEIVED.






Smm. Jo nsonmm
In


HAFTERS' BAND

O GIVE CONCERTS


a faw liSbt overture by way of varl-
ety. This will give people another
fIip opportunity to get out sad enjoy
fresh air these lovely summer even-
dags. in case this arrangement is
mde ad now see m almost oeetain,
this tct will be advertll in 'r T


t is becoming painly evident that Jburna.
ctrlo Pak is steadly ganinl in
illo favor as a pleasure resort. The
tlrr weekly concert and dance on omiCMI OP TH CUSTODIMAN, .
iraday evening is looked forward to s. o ,stote and Court House, PtI .
h fbad at$elpation by a largeI m- cola, Plorlda. July 14th, 1905. Seal
of amusement loving people, some proposes will be received at this ofmce
mg and some not so young& and until P o'clock p. m. on the 31 Iday
r it is poposed to have a similar of July, 19, and then opened for
ertalinmeL there on Tuday removal of old boilers and settings
rts with Chafers band fumnihlngI and installation of new ca8t Iron see.
music. It Js understood that the tonal hot water bo~ierg aaLeoanes-
s .Ay nlght program will be old-: Lions In the above nameI building, ta
at different from that iof Tbhrwdahr xecordnae- with tb -*,qedfctai
lt, 4evotfiK more attention' to copies of which ma b-. obtaffaed at
cing awd the music comnned n etlWI this aee JOHN BTlIUAM, Cow
he latest popular airs, with PerbSsi todian.


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GROWING BIGGER
VN OUR BABY CLOTHES AND OPENED A

fice and Builders' Supply Depot
ILL *E GLAD TO HAVE YOU CALL BE-
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MY DESCRIPTION. WE ARE TO-DAY C

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boauslr. Prompt attention to all ma'l

r Mill Company
Poiw 7 i7J* Florida. 1
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SMONDSURPRISE SALE AND SILKS PIQUE AND LAWN SKIRTNG
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SIt In our Silk department we find many short talk art ends Five dozen Pique and vertiawn Skrts in many styles
Sof stylish Silks. They are worth $1en0, $1.25 and and a full line o sizes,and Tuesday,
$1.50 to move hem quickly we say take your choice Seods to backl, t Cot Pre s .
SALE BEGINS rd, 7 OMPTLY AT None sen8 O'CLOCK.t out onR MONEY approU WANT IT.


LAaCE CURTAINS READY-TO-WE AR S IRTS
A SURPRISE SALE Of SILKS PIQUE AND LAWN SKIRTS I








1.00,worth and $1.50, Splul 1.00. worth .50, Special $4.98.

Forty ur Silk department Cw find many 3 1.2 yards on One dozen Fine anSkid rts made o shrk skin clot
of sThey ar the kind you always $10 for here the veryand and a fu linatest styles in blues and black, worth $6.50,
$1.50 to moe them quickly we say take your choice pial, t C4 P

SNot over four pair to a customer. None sent out on approval.
WINDOW SLACE CURTAINS READY-TO-WEAR WAISTS


worth 50., Special 3 for $1.00. Even Shads,worth 6.50,3.50, Special 2.98 59.
| Forty pairs of Lace Curtaine, full 3 1-2 yards long, One dozen Fine Skirts made of shark skin cloth. l








Five hundred Window Shades, 7x3, Ecrue', green Four dozen Ready-to-Wear Silk Waists, evening
and white, complete w ath fixtures, shades, made of Fine Jap Silk, nicely finished, worth
Spoeeal, 3 tor .00. $3501
SNot more than three to a customer. s eal, $2 1.

SHORT ENDS OF MATTING TELESCOPIC SASH RODS

One hundred Short Ends of Matting, 5 to 20 yard 3 for 25 cents..
length hendr hina, au Fov dozen Telescopic Brass Sash Rods, size 24x41,
Hal- f Pre complete w, ith f ixturS, I
SoNs sealnt ut orn approval. 3 for 5 5ente



READY-TO-WEARt SKIRTS TOWELS! TOWELS! I
=worth 85.00, Special $3.69. Odds .and Ends,
One dozen Skirts made of Fine Panama Cloth, c 25 and tues, a I
| ,--gh J and Chna at We, 1c 2e 0 co2c Bass Sas R s Va iueze 2 x j a
strictly tadd oHe Of tPie best Skirt values of the

Sentire season, worth $5.00, w oe Be, w o, 1e and ie. _
|pecial, $359. Ti i. s chance for youto in asly of
None sent out on approval. Towels. They won't last long atse s. prices
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if our a!vertstt et ri
you in, you cu kaC d at a
| big bargain to-4ay.
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OYS' SUITS made
to stand the use tht
I .cti, live, energetic
Sboys will put them to are
Sbcrc at prices that will
astonish you. Ve make
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1O PROVSl O


FOR DEAF AID





OunlHpe i Mld iMts brlow
Carad i mStai B.i



OVER ONE HUNDRDO THOUSAND
i DOM a 4R 'NEEDEO FOR CON-


TEMPLATE


PMVEKMENT*


BUT AMOUNT CANNOT a SE-
CURED AT PRESENT.


a specialty I0 carrying mU Now that the Ancient Cty is assur-
S ed that the tate school for the Deal
t best 50c Boys Pants in and Blind will remain here, people are
_ speculating upon what improvements
SPcsaCola, Come see them. are provided for, says the t. Augus-:
S tine Record.
It was believed that the legeliature
would have aeW a liberal and much
needed apropriation or the school,
but the Buckman bill upset all ar
SWj T En rangements in that quarter and noth-
ing aside from the actual operating'
C C. oedman. 6eo. Arperr expenses is provided for. The senate!
S.. passed Senator Ztm'e bi apparopriat-i
S I tIilllt t f ing s$76,000 for the extension and tm-
Pa a a H at bill went no further and the house
was not called upon to act upon it.
When the Buckman bill passed it was
Cleaned opposed that it would cover the re
leaned atqureme of the Daf and Blind

Pelsacola Pressjig u ?",". a^^,^ r tae
nrschool as the o al of the mhUtt
now stands the Boaru of Control has
NO. 1 N. PALAFOX STREET. $150.000 at their disposal and whatever
improvements are made must come
out of that amount. Recognizing that
R. K. WMIrE, the afflicted pupils should be consider-
Watr a .h w. Ma. .otm. ..q.& ed above normal scholars, the board
and GrsternW O.al may see fIt to provide liberally (or
?* Pa;a'-z stL et Iams ga their necessities. Sfe means of heat-i
ing ano lighting the buildings is.most
;urgent to protect the unfortunate
TFISy L TpOLD i children from the danger of fire. It
,I L I L would be a very difficult matter to re,
trove all of the pupils were fire to
Slarrison of Milton, was the break out in the dead of night. The,
-! ins in town yesterday. blind would be at a great disadvantage
Sw in finding their way to a place of
A Clubbs was among the safety and the deaf wottld be difficult
night passengers leaving for t awaken from slumber owing to:
Their affliction. Oil lamps which are
MaDavid. of Mobile. who was in use are especially dangerous where
a resident of this city, is blind children are groping around
I a short business visit. These are among the most important
H E. Noland. who has been improvements neealed.
-. of Mrs. J. E. Hoist at Rob-! No doubt the next legislature will
irncd to the city yesterday. appropriate a sum suffeient to render
this institution comfortable and safe.
-.a n Perry. of Fort Barranca., The state prega raised its vtWe be-
.li a' the First Presbyterian haw of the school during the last sea-
S 11 lectk uhli aprtsI. ,I sitn T, the legislagl tbtqe l afaran-
S--.k iof pa'aehloola, wa atelv the anlooked for change in the:
Ih. pa,.-.ng. r arrive in the situation resuked in shelving the ap-
o-1 ,i'-ta Ion thlC steamer Tarpo)i. i pal.I
\i R, The appropriation of $11,.000 asked
Na:iH: ul A, R l. :fota, of New for is needed, but temporary improve-'
:iI h. u yesterday mennts can be made for a small por-,
S' . r s ..d gues o th tion of that amount which will render
Sthe conditions much pleasanter for the
W H !.o:-i of Kalamazoo, Mich.. pupils, and the hope is held out that
,* :- ; .r< t:ac-, (,1 timber land the Board of Control will give the mit-'
:- :b, :h clt on lumber ter due consideration. The buildings
: aone that were proposed were to cost,
'. *'"".:iec "f ;. City Board of $73.000.
:.; ., ti,'dri Monday at noon The plans called for three new build.
(.,." !h-!i. whten matters con- ints, to be connected and combined.
S: 'h -ann;-rv condition of A heating plant to cost $6,00. The.
:., .( (i ---sed. same amount was provided for an
electric light plant and $2.000 was pro-1
: .- ,ntT. will hold vided for sewerage and water. For"
a. p. n..n fencing and outhouses $1,500.
: :. T -. ,, the present, Further necessaries specled were:
Ma 'eu mpl. Furniture. $4.000: gymnasium, $1,500;
\\ Ro: :i:sn. ot Aiianta. one of music department, three piaos, $750.O
4' ..... A:'anric Cc.n- four organs $150. band outfit $100 pipe'
'n,1-i wa;i in *he city yes- organ $1.00--42,000; industrial and1
hui.-i.- connceed with the manual training, printing $1,000, piano
tuning $1.000. shoe shop $200 wood-
-r'i:~*a! omanyv will run a work and carpenter $1.000. mattress
i Mon,:ay :,:iv. leaving the factory $300, broom making $500, oo-
o cl,; 'nl )r T i To~ accom- mestic science for girls #1,500, total
S.ot desiring to enjoy toe $5,500; grand total $101,000.
ion.
"o e BE A BEAVER.
S:a-s Dep;.: v Marshal
ho La been offeringg with BE A BEAVER.
,on his n .ok for sev'-ral
o tei h' al yesterd. GOOD COLD WATERMELONS ON
* :'or rteatmen".
'at. e. sn of ICE AT STRATTON ICE WORKS
\'Va; MC:re. s.on of Chas. G.
'A Tooki th civil service Union Meeting.
",'t nal:y \ 'r is (,ener I The union meeting of all the young
ia na? :,rd. terday peoples societies takes place this
an a o :'vine him that evening at the Presbytenan church at:
,I;,nd to the p0.ition. 6:30. Mr. J. M. Andrewc will be the,
Tarpmon of the Pen- leader. Topic: 'e Message of the
\'* '.s anl, Gulf Steam- Flower." taken from Matthew 6:28-34,.
*-n.r,,il port yesterday and James 1:9-11. The singing will
Sargo ain, a number o be a feature of the service. Solos by
vessel will sail to- Mrs. F. E. Brawner and Miss Beatrice
iuiar tria to Mobile. White.
a- wer before Re- SE A BUAVER.
the municipal court
.na tor tiial. Of this Big Shkr Caugt.
'ndanits were dis- A shark meacurit nearly ntne feet |
,o (nirinued. one de- i length was caught ol Baybea street
S .n days in jail and wharf last night by a party of yourg
:,untr.ng to $10 and men composed of H. M. Feraald, E.
SC. Thompson, 8. P. Booth, W. S.
S arrivals: F. B. Bald- Coons and W. S. Pom. The monster
'* T E Johnson, De. weighed about 30 pIaads and the
S i- H. D. Ewing. New young men had a hard struggle in
ott. Montgomery. landing it.
:;. Jr., Huntsville;
SE (;. Minnemeyei BE A BsAVEER.
SH Collins. city; W.
.1a." Miss Willye Weekly Cotton Statstla.
SMis- Alma Buckett, IAverpool. Jlty 15.-Ollowngla are
the weekly statistics:
;. intrted a "'For Total sales, alt kinds, 21,000 bales;
Il, ,un;l a few days total sales, Aanerican. 16.000 bales;
S",-' a;' a show case English spinners' takig. 6S.000 bales;
::' ,m The Journal total exports, 6.000 bals; imports, all
r:: >old the case, kinds, 60.00 bales; imports, Amerl-
S;.ian replies. The can, 45,000 bales; stock, all kinds,
a'- very slight, yet 832.000 bales: tock American. 761.000
u, ,r, satisfactory bales: quantity aloat, all kinds, 113,-
\;, -,i. This ought 000 bales: quantity afloat, Americaa.


:,* ,. to the merits 89.000 bales; teotl S s on specuia-
S :aivn ad.. tio 500 balls; tetl Wales to expot-
ers, 2,000 bales.
'' u to irsist on ye
I". I the famous "IUe A C
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MORNING


Last week was a record breaker in every department. Our sales were, simply phenomenal for
this season of the year, which goes to show that people have always got money to buy good, reliable
merchandise, providing there is a sufficient inducement in the price. This week we will redouble- our
efforts, as we are determined to sell down as low as possible before stock taking.
Every day this week we will offer the most tempting bargains in order to convert our stock into
cash as quickly as possible. Every item offered during this week will be at a Special Sacriftce Price.
The following is only a partial list of the many Special Inducements that go on sale Monday morning:


Great Wash Goods Offering
25c Sheer and Fine Print-
ed Organdies ........
19c Swiss Cordette Bat-
Iste ...................
20c Mohair Lustre Voiles3,
Swiss .................
20c Noppe Lace VQile..
All in the very choicest ,
styles and colorings.
One lot of 15c Fine Printed 1
Batiste, new styles, to go at U2c
VERY. SPECIAL-40 pieces Fine
Noppe Voile Bourette' Crash and
Silk Mercerized Poplin Skirt-
and Suitings, worth 25 to 15c
40c for ....................

Great Muslin Underwear


100 Ladies' Muslin Underwear Gar-
ments, including Gowns, Drawers,
Corset Covers and Skirts, some
trimmed in embroideries, ruffles
and tucks; others lace and tucks,
worth from $1.25 to $1.39 per gar-
ment, on sale Monday 85C
at....................... 85C
One lot of Ladies' Embroidery Trim-
med Gowns, tucked and ribbon trim-
med Drawers and embroidery trim-
med Skirts, worth $1.00 and
$1.19, to go Monday 6
at....................... 9
One lot very handsome Muslin Gowns
and Skirts, ruffled, embroidered and
lace trimmed, actually $2
value, on sale Monday at $1.39


SpeciSale of Laces.


Sc. 10c and 12%c Torchon Laces and
Insertions, extra wide, to go 5c
in this sale at.............
One lot of 5c Torchon Laces 3C
to go at................... 4
39c White or Cream All-Over 19C
Lace Yoking to go at":...
25c Cream Otrental Lace 1
for ....................... I C
50c Cream Oriental Lace 25c
for .....................

Embroidery Sale.

125 pieces Extra Wide Embroideries
and Insertions, worth 15c and
18c per yard, to go in this | n
sale at .................. U1 .
ec and 10c Embroideries and K.
Insertions, now............. 5c
36c and 39c Extra Wide Embroideries
and Insertions, to go Mon- 1
day at .................... C

Sale of Bathng Sits.

Ladies' $2.00 Bathing Suits 119
braided, to go at....... $
Boys' 75c Bathing Suits, '5
for ....................
Men's $1.00 Bathing Suits, 8 75c
to 9 a. m., for............ I
Special prices on all bathing Suits,
Shoes and Caps, during this sale.
One lot of Ladles' Sample Bathing
Suits at Special Sacrifice Prices.


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Sacrifice Sale of ,Silks.

One lot of 65c and 75c Liberty and
Tatteta Silk Foulards--neat, dark
Dress styles, to go at one 37
price ...................... 7
51c Extra Quality Wash Jap Silks, in
black, white and all colors, Q7
to go now at ............ 3
$1.19 and $1.25 Fine Liberty and Taf-
feta Silk Foulards, choice 5
styles, ja go now at...... 5
40c White Jap Wash Silks, -O9
now only ................ 2
36-inch Taffeta Silks, In black, white
and colors, the regular 90c te
quality, to go at.......... .57
19-inch Taffeta Silks, In black, white
and colors, 40c value, to 11h
go at ................. ... &-
75c All-Silk Changeable Taffetas, all
the leading colors in this 49Q
sale ...................... 49c
One lot of Ladies' All-Silk Lace Mitts,
worth 50c to $2.00 per pair, at 10c,
19c andc.39c pair.

Ribbon Sale.

50c Print Warp Taffeta \
Ribbons, all Silk, and
newest styles.........
50c Wide All Silk Chiffon
Taffeta Ribbons, new 2
changeable effects.....
39c Wide Silk Liberty cta
and Chiffon Taffeta
Ribbons in Solid Colors / yard

Notions and Small Wares
15c Hair Brushes, good bristle ani
polished wood handles, now 1Oc
going at ..................
35c Extra Qualiay Hair Brushes, good
strong bristle, with polished 23c
handle, now only ........
75c Superior Quality Hair Brush, im-
ported bristle, and finely 59
polished handles, now ..... w
10c Tooth Brushes now going 7'
.at .......................... I
25c Superior Tooth Brushes, very fine
bristle, ivory handles, now 15
only .. .. ... ..
20c and 25c Extra-White Pearl C
Buttons. all sizes, now only..
Ladies' 40c Super Lisle Gloves, in
black, white and colors, now 25C
going at ..................
10c Bevel Edge Hand Mirrors, pol-
ished wood back and han- C
die, now only .............. 5
25c Mirrors, Nickel Fraine and Decor-
ated Back, with hanging 1
chain, now only ........... 15c
50c Triplicate Mirrors, Nickle Frame
and Decorated Backs, to go O
at-......................... .--
ONE HUNDRED LADIMS' AND
CHILDREN'S READY- TO- WEAR
HATS worth from 75c to 25c
$1.98, all to go at one price 25c
One hundred Black or White Straw
Hats, regular 50c kind, to 15
clean up at ............... -ato
From 8 to 9 a. m. only we will give
away 300 Cosmopolitan paper pat-
terns absolutely free.
12 yards 36-inch Bleached 5C
Fitchville Domestic for .......5 c
10c wide Torchon Laces, and 3C
Embroideries, to go at .... 34
1 lot of 18c and 20c Sheer and Fine
White Swiss, and Fancy 10i
Striped Law,.s at ...... I5 ,
25c and 50c Pillow Tops 8 .
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One hundred Sample Skirts bought
40 per cent under value, to go as
follows:
$5.00 Accordeon-Plaited Skirts, black
and colors, to go in this $ OAO
sale for ................. 48
$6.00 Plaited and Stitched $3
Mohair Skirts now .... 398
Ladies' Sheer Vhite Lawn Suits, trim-
med with hemstitched tucks, in very
latest style, a regular $5.00 suit,
to go in this special sale ipsOQ
for .................... .#2 9O
$6.00 Fine White Lawn Suit, beauti-
fully tucked and trimmed in em-
broider: on waist and
skirt, during this sale at US38
$1.25 Duck Skirts, black or
blue. special cut price ..... I75
41.39 White Pique Skirts, A
?oln at ..................
$1.75 White Pique Skirts, tucked and
button trimmed, now *
selling for ............. I1.39
$6.00 White Belfast Linen $3
Suit to go at ........... I$ 9
$7.50 Sheer Fine W'hite Lawn Suit,
beautiful tucked and trimmed with
button-hole embroidery, hematiten-
ed collars and cuffs, made in the
very latest style, now $4
going at ....... .. .... **
White Belfast Unen Suits, very hand-
somely made with tucks. French
knots and hemititched bands, beau-
tifully tailored, and a bg Of
special bargain at ...... $ siVU
$12.00 White Belfast Linen Suits,
beautifully made and trimmed w!tn
button-hole embroidery and hem-
stitched bands on waist and skirt,
positively the greatest $8 90
bargain ever offered at.. 890
Miscellaneous Bargains.
35c White or Turkey Red Ta- 4(1
ble Damask in this sale for I 9
Bleached Crash Towels, the regular
5c kind, In this sale, per 35C
dozen .................... 35c
Sc Twilled Crash Toweling 33
to go at .................. 4
Sc Checked Glass Toweling, A3
now only .................. 4
100 dozen Bleached Linen Huck Tow-
els, worth $1.50 dozen, in 98C
this sale, perdozen ....
Five pieces Finest $1.50 Bleached Ger-
man Satin, All-Linen Da- 30
mask, to go at ............
Ladies' 10c Undervests, now 71T
going at .................. 72C
Ladies' 8%c Undervests, to
go at ..................... 6 C
One lot of Ladies' Undervests A
to go at .................... U
75c 10-4 White Bed Spreads, 1Q
now ...................... 5 wc
$1.00 10-4 White Bed Spreads, 7
now ...................... I 75
$1.50 Extra 10-4 White Bed 1 1
Spreads, now .......... 1 1
25 yards Best Bull's Head 1 f
Domestic for ........... I v
Mill Ends and Remnants of Wash
Goods and Table Linen on Special
Bargain Counters at Slaughter
Prices.
5c Hemstitched Handkerchiefs 21
now ......................... 4. 2(
1Oc Hemstitched or Embroider- I1
ed Handkerchiefs, now ....... 12C
15c Hemstitched or Embrold- 10i
ered Handkerchiefs, now .. U0
Men's White Bandana Hand- 5c
kerchiefs for ............... 5b
104 bleached Pepperel Sheet- I1
ing, the 26c kind, thio sale I -
9-4 bleached Pepperel Sheet- 1Q1
Ing, the 22%c kind, now.. iU2


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50 dozen Fine White j
Shirt Waists, beauti-
fully tucked back, front
and cuffs, and trimmed
in lace or embroidery,
new style sleeves, each
regular $1.50 value..
All our $1.76 and $1.98 PFne White
Lawn and Button-hole $1.
embroidered Waists.... |
$2.50, $2.75 and $3.00 ch'tele style
White Lawn Waists,
beautlfflly made, at..... Ie9

Create Sale Wash Gods

50 pieces very best lIc Waiable
ephyr Ginghams, choicest..
dress styles, now at ....... U2
65 pieces Inest 15c Waskable Edin-
boro Zephyr Ginghams, all this aes-
son's styles, and New Fancy Skirn-
ing Ducks and 36-inch Inper- _
ial Percales, in this sale for
50 pieces very best 6c Standard Cali-
coes, in blues, grays and 3f
red to go at 10 yards for .. c
One lot Noppa Cotton V ee, Crash
Tweed Skirtings and Fancy Mercer-
ized Pongee Sultings, worth from 25
to 40c yard. to dean up Co
quick your choice ........ 15
5,00 yards of 32-inch Waverly Ging-
hams, in good style, Checks and
Stripes in Mill Ends, from 10 to 15
yards, to go at 10 yards nO
for ....................... w
40 pieces Sheer and Pine Printed Airy
regular 15c kind, as iong as f!1
they last ............... .. 2
100 pieces Fine Sheer Printed Organ-
dies, Ft de Chine and French Cross
stitch from 15c to 22z yard, .10
your choice now for ...... .BU

Slaughter Sale Hosiery..
LADIES'.


Best 10c Fast Black Cotton
Hose, or Tan, to go at..
19c Fine Fast Black or Tan
Hose, special cut price....
30c Extra Fine Fast Black or
Tan, Plain or Lace Hose..
75c :'ancy Lace Lislo Hose,
choice line styles, to go at..
Best 20c Tuff-e-Nuff Fast-Black
Child's Hose, iron frame, spl
Best 50c Lace Liole Hose, in
black, white or tan, now..


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Great Sale White Goods.,

2,000 yards in MillEnds.of le l*ute
India Linon, 12 to 13 yard
'lengths, to go in this sale..
Finest 20c White India Lineno 4A
in this sale at........ .... -
Best 25c Sheer White Permiam .awn
and India Batiste, 45 inlbes c
wide, for this sale........
35c India Liaon, India Baiste and
Persian Lawns, wry sheer,
and fine, to goi-t ........ l
ALL OTHER WHITE GOQO8 AT
SPECIAL SLAUGHTER PRICES.


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prosecution and punishment of pe'- become a distinct threat to the Czar's the Supreme Cort of the Unted The Conductor's Pcnic. wi
ens1 charged with or convicted of Government. The strikes, it will be DAILY States should the case reach that trib- The railroad conductors picnic at gres will be etched with keen in- Of Oray's "Elegy" a e-
s carg u a observed, are in the cities and ports unal.-Tallahasse True Democrat, Pensacola last Thursday was the big terest and zed wonder
crime .n this state. It also and among the artisan class. The success that the tnigh;s of the Bell -this Ittle piece amply com
restriction of the practice of pardon-great bulk of Russian population The following figures show The Pen- An Opportunity Lost. cord so well desert .-ery one A lack of quantity." T
g oat so many criminals who are however. is the agricultural class- sacola Journal's circulation for each One of the most enterprising news- along the whole division is their Modern Maiden-Iwish sow advice. tag more. Of "In Memori
under sentence and who should be, ignorant illiterate and with a belie day duringthe moth o June 1905, pars in Florida is the Tampa Trib- friend and Wet Florida from River Old lady-ertatal, my dear. What temporary estimate was
or the crimes of which they or fear n the Cars power that And with the ave numb er of copies une. It leaves nothing undone to Junction west was well repesented.- is it Modern Made-Sl I marry pe t to g oversee"
nhe ed The etropolis s almost be considered an instinct. And with the average number of co please its readers and t give full vaiDeFunak Breeze, a man whose tastes are the opposite of ly inspired by "the full
were convicteI e es t will require much time and active daily: ue for every dollar received. Not ine and quarrel with him, or shall 1 idow-fa tary m
If there were more ert to punish teaching to muse this great unruly June 4,600 June 16 4,460 long ago it began the publication of Becoming a Nightmare. marry a man i ho tastes are tem
a md l ess at preventing p an and bulky mass of Ignrance into an June 2 4,460 June 17 4,450 a series of caricature skeches of pub- Pensacola's cream of B is is be- same as mile adget tired of him?
Ssmhtbsmur.der.n.. ae r o n o r n' f etha tmJay b1 ,7 andledJne 3 Ta n 00 lic men, used by a f ote her papers coming a nightmare te some of the
,L is evident thaL something has caused, with intelligence andre pmptness. June 4 4,700 June 19 In the state and sent o -w by a north- Jgrafters of that ctY..--Gainesville Sun.
Jm to i temurder with mo. ret Aeet e Husband-Ti evIsy.
Imp vynow than ever before inthis This then is really the condition June 5 .... June 20 4,400 ern concern. Last Sat-irday therea Attractn Attention Mrs. Muggln-When yo sband beattleore- Wifen
ate Those murderers evidently. of the people of the Russian Empire June 4,500 June 21 4,450 peered arcauref Ouer W Chipley JAtteones. secretary of the you the theaterdeshgo o tones-That cake
s' t hope to escape. What Is it that as a whole. The disturbances which June 7 5000 June 22 4,450 Hon. Roendid ly of .is orida s Pensacola Chamber of Commerce, is ea twn t ?5 Buggtin-Yes, and was made by your mi
Squickly incites them to commit the we read of as occurring there are noth- June 4450 Jun 24 4,700 stinguished statesman who Ie soon live one. His writings are attracting I f you waret to et rt h a.- o t band-toe as I was mo
Me?i the slayer does not es- tug more than the ripples which a June 10 4,450 June 25 4,800 to remove from Palatka to Tampa. attention to the town.-Jacksonville d ba the dr - oght to be little ore-o
Wea d friends to assist him to gentle breeze might cause on the bos. June 11 4,700 June 26 .....Yesterday the ensacola Journal Times-nion.
6geAt the ends of Justice. The pro- om of the Gulf of Mexico. They do June1 4 .45 June 2 4,450 inte he ver dfamfence o op it wtn *m b w.T he Po
atin of aging to that of murder not even constitute a surface break J 4 Jun 40 wareak 40 wa S fred arir. Premier of Ex-Chief of the Pensacola Fire De He-You queer. For I t y? Secon anger
e urderscommitted In o er. let alone the great ground swell June 15 4,40 June 30 4,450 Canada. The joke is out and it is partment White says that it cost sa girl cries when she's getting not The old man is se'
Stiweek_ and o lvehan ng which characterizes a storm at sea Total for the month....... 117,1o0 lip to Editor Sovall to pasthc $7 perhead t eed thhorsesof that marred, o g a wife and the girls have in
cold-blooded assassination .e oeAverage per day........4594 gars. By the way, it Is a fact thatoo department for the Past two year_, band het e esa
w l a year.onetof the murders an d which will- be necbsary before Averge pere Isast e s lance b een and so far ths year t.60 per hea but af l a er$. Peha
Wa a cold-blooded assassination near anything serlos of an internal char- ---Hon. Robert W. Davis and Sir Wil-i How does this compare with tife city Ledge
ftait City on Monday last, and we acte c oc in u fred Laurier and. after all. the Trth- horses and mules of Jacksonville?-
fe say every one of the persons acTe not C c ar ngu four tih hereby certify that the above state- fred Laurierandt be congratulated T Jacksonm ilee metropolis. -r to pre o c
Molmitting the five crimes will es. Those now who are looking for the nt is correct according to the re- ineits kptn sse of sight. At any * Ada- t brg year bI every.
Wpe the proper punishment. There Russian empire to go to pieces rom orids on le In this office. r te, this little inc.ent goes to show Bliss in Name, y. iee gefh* n s at cole wilt -T4
abould be a change. a reversal, and internal causes will probably never H. R. SMITH, that Florida journalism is not as slow enscolas new mayor 13 Bliss In tt that hpope wilth
S the angingsequm t ord nearly n o live to see it. TBere are plenty of Circultion Mgr. a prosposion as; some people sup-P name only.Heomade a bad breakt
a- many more acquittals ad p.a.in, reasons why, under other conditions-, -That Is really a r"e, and a good swea blood-, for it-Jack-s-rnileaseo e d dwell,
to convictions. These efforts to re- domestic revolution might occur in one too the weather is too Times-Union. .
ew every criminal are by no mea3s RvsH, but it can never occur until sworn to and subscribed before me warm to tax our risibles suffaclently m Tin in Wrangling. door aint f *.-Mt lt atstie other
* benefit to the "good name or the a the people have Intelligence enough tis 30th day of Jane 1905. to give vxent to our feelings. There The ime nWsar and conoell of Pe Do-o uM *ete t
ist of the sLe. A 5tj giv e vt oour feeings. Thr! inthiealorkadou oa P.,,.


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SPo I -coucl i not properly support lag stltaetortly.--. A
SGu Prt Sing the temstyhip Un eptr ser o r * *
toTLE BREE. CIHES Two Poe itlein ca omf mu2 PeSSacls'
tSeetary Jones of the Chmber tiofa r ln tha matters of Jly elebatica
SCommerce, is again demostrattg AN D t ublc.-Jackotllle Me. mishaps to mar the occa

i i d. a .ea. c.i.on Im.ati;Jo JJM BL UD SOE o J Hy tr ..y TimeCoure
eial Cmissioner J. T. Bristowe ),Reportsf,. f P la, Tpa e Pensaola do a
Secal Com to how th the pend a day or two
S OURNAL C VPW. on trade conditions effecting the Pan- new Jim Crow street ar law. hca He could be kept by fr,
SJA PAY, am*a Rallroad and Steam4Ilp Com- "Little Breeches" anl "Jim Bilud se" are the two poems thatmadethe we nt operation ot J l 1lw, work- till uld t.-b- Abugulne

-RAx pny. Commissioner Bristow says: late Secretary Hay famous and will be remembered when his heavier Pieces
pAn(N E "The importam t. g 3. ..rts of P s-. ... greater achievem etsl In tile world of letters shall have veen forgotten.
,.,, MA s cola, Mobile. New Orles s ,tud Galve- d Following are th ttwo _cems: ._._,o,,,-- -
a T ,Au..n. P.R..... ton have never had oppo.-tnnities or"S_
l themovement of cm re y an don' e LBREEl Wal. no lcant l ar he ,tes, Defective Law s Passed
m a to a ud f ,ro m t h e o a s t ,af thb e d n t g o m u c h o n r e. ..oE cna u s e n e o n' t liv e y o u s e e.n,,-nt t l,-* b r e ,
-, ,-_,", United States, Mexico. Central and' I never ain't had no siow; e ,, away hes got out the habit la
ION RATK& South America. But I've got a middlin' tight grip, s er, L avns' like you and moe; h o B F-s l
i _The Panama Railroad company oper- On the handful o' things I know. Whar have you been for the last three
S*********. i ales a steamship line between Colon I don't pan out on the prophets ; year (Jacksonvllo Metropolis.)
--******* OM Wek........... and New York, and has refused to i- And free-wil, nd that sort of thin That you haven't heard folk tell
t ........ 1 I o Wa-y lton Iyor.p1 nlow the use of the thus to an ut I e in God a. the angels, How Jimmy Blud.so passed in his .ome.ingnWta,
hW SThet B se G ulf ports complain bitter Ever sence one night last spring. The sith of the Fair;e Belle?
the refusal of the Panama railro With all he precedents of careless result Is all the expn n .
T ONLY PMN*ACO.A NIEWPAPER FROM WHICH A DETAILED t give them facilities by way of !h. I come into town with some turnips weren't no Withaint--h lei on, allnd advice to be careful I passall te 'xlel, -
C RULATIuON STATEMENT CAN E SECURED. isthmus ad Iate that ,, a result thei.. Ad my lirtte Gabe come along, I a1l ati n heiHie; in the framing and passing of law1 ov u n :-
c,)wntierclal development bt as been No four-y-ear old in the coun One Wietint nalice."....;-t"'.... .
greatly Injured. Could beat him for pretty and strong And another one here, in Pike, the Florida legislature seem to give fatal to good laws-law.
11 t Go tr In connection with this report, the Part and chipper and szsy, A keerless man in his tlk was Jim, little heed. Law after w has ee pe need and want.
ON No commissioner goes on to recommend-I Always ready to wa and fgt, And and awkward hand to a row, declared null and void by the courts, If the number of bil i
LTiIWOSIt No. comm issioner goes on to recommend- Always ready to war and fit, Bt he -r flked an I e never ed because the rules of passage were no: the legislature were li.
S.- . ----- ; That if, witat a reasonable time, ,And I'd larnthim rer cha teoackt,, I rocl:cn he never Know'd how. complied with, and-the consUtutiolnal more pains would be ta:pr
SPEN Lrgular steamship. Pats sInbg(r anl; Jest to keep his rnil, ;,.(h w.t,. i provisions not obeyed. The rulesareI all were right before .
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SUN DAY MORNING. JULY 16 190. freight service is not es;abl:sh h- An this was all the re:i)' he iha- plain, and if a school boy should negj law.
tvwea Colon and the gulf ports, a line. The snow come down oil:e a L.aik,, To treat his engine well; lect to obey them he would deserve' The scramble to intro,
GOING AWAY? where there is a murder trial in prog- be established by the Panama ra'l- As I passed the 'raggar' s :-e; Ndver to be passed on :he river; switchint. Yet men of intelligence! been one of the prime fa:,
When th it or our e there are from w to e a'- road. I went !9 for a jug of misse.f To mind the pilot's beii; and experienced in business and pome lation. Some member .
me .tion haveThe PenT ol torneys for the defendant to one for! This all means that unless a regu- And left the tem do. And if ever the Prairie Belle took ire in law will proceed session after se- the more bills introu,
Jerual follow you Notify circula- the state-the state's attorney. lar line of steamers is established by They re at ei..n t A thousand times he awlre, sion of the legislature to pass laws their constituents will
tie manager, Ponl 3 Escape from proper punishment ..-I private means between some Gul H'd hold her noz ai the bank carelesly ans to mak tohem of no when p fact pIf only one n
Sger. amade, an-d it us human rt and Cln at an early date, th d u q Till the last oul go ashore effect when aattempttoenforcethem prepared bills were inr
life in jeopardy when were it male And hell-to split over t: prairie made. would not be knocked
A more difficult to escape and more cer- government will proceed to establish With team, Little Bre-ches and ail. All boats had their day on the Missis- Judiciary committees of the legis- courts, as Is generally rhc
Blttta bill tan of punishment, there would be a line itself, sip, lature. whose duties are to see that many are hurriedly prepare
Did N p better observance of law. Any man A steamship line is therefore a cer- Hell-to-split over the prair.e. And her day come at last; all bills comply with the constitution, ed through by committee-
would hesitate to commit murder tainty-it only remains now to be! I was almost froze with ~keer; The Movaster Was a better boat, are also at times at fault in reporting lature.
For some time there has been going were he almost sure to be hung forseen from what Gulf port it will be But we rousted up sone torche; But the Belle she wiln t be pasea bills to be in proper shape, and upon The Metropolis and oth
the rounds of the state press a nes And -arhe for them tar And so she come ear' along tha these reports it is concluded that le- pers warned the last l
the rounds of theHe, however, sees how others have established. An arched for them fr an near. niht gally the ills are all right, but when regard to hasty and defer
Item to the effect tha an anti-cigar- come out and he takes the risk an c' Acting on these facts, Secretary A last we struck bosss and waon, Thehees fastest boat on the line- the test comes afterwards in the of laws. but it seems ;o
ette law passed by the last legislature slays as he wishes. Jones and the Chamber of Commerce Snow.'d under a soft white mount With a nigger squat on her: safety courts, it is pointed out that either little good as attorneys a
would go into effect next month. The Metropolis is quite correct In have gone to work and nothing will Upoot, dead beat--but rt lftt'le Gabe valve, the established rules of procedure hav3 state are now attacking
... ..hr rh11 N o '-id e nor hair w a s fu nilu A n d he furn ace C 'm m e c, r es nt' b een fol, w e d or that there areb eA new la w s. an d t he pros
irom other sources it has been de- all of the above and particularly in be left undone to present Pensacola's No hide nor hair w"a found. And pin ce cmmed, res one ort b more provision o a the man wll adthe pros
ruled that such a law was enacted. its demand for a restriction of the claims as the most advantageous gulf And here all hope sure' on me conflict with the constitution, and the scrutiny.
aI order to settle the question The exercise of the pardonrng power, port from which -this line can be Of my fellow critter's aid. The fire burst out as she cleared the
Journal wrote the secretary of state There are cases where men con- started. I jest flopped down on my marrow- bar, . . -..*...**.i -..
a.d received Ms reply, as follows: evicted of crime have applied for par- Pensacola has the deepest water, bones And burnt a hole in tl night. d
Taaassee, July 13 1905. don before they ever began to serve the bst docking facilities, and is th rotchde n h snowand Ad ade W RK N TE EAST
My Dear Sir: Yours received and will their sentences and in some instances closest Gulf port to Colon. 'lliese By this, the torches was played out, For that wilier-bank on the right; COAST EXTEN N. y the cap that cheer and
state that there was no antl-cigarett3 we believe, pardon has been granted reasons alone ought to be sufficient And me and Isrul Pa-' There ws unnin' and cursin' but Jim mesUnon ate-pot valcup yt In can
law pissed by the last legislatuit'. and they have escaped punishment to warrant a proper consideration of Went off or some wood to a sheepTold, Oe llte uinersal roar opposite of what has been E
There was a bill introduced but t altogether. Pensacolas claims for the line and 'That he said was somewhat thar. Over all there nozze the bank olck t-t hemorning co
did not become a law. 'or h"....... "I'll hold her nozzle again' the bank -
Yours very truly. This is all wrong and should be we have no doubt but that such con- We found it at last, an l a little shell 'Till the last galoot's ashore." different orgla of the xp
H. CLAY CRAWFURID, stopped. The tendency to pardon sideration will be given this port. Where they shut up the the lambs at Fr.. m ow on the Work o ul been est Accordin
Secretary of State men out of the eniteiary afterthey night, Through the hot, black breath of the the extension of the Florida East bast Detch" In this ease s use
This ought to put the cigarette have been legally convicted i sr alt,' Chauncey's Chestnut Book. We looked in, and-seen them huddledl Jburiiin' boat, Railway via t y hs romthem"ve rspoi
ends d the tobaccoer too common L it stop now The Hn.hanceyM.Depew hasJihit And the all had trust i his cussed- West is o be hew al go
fiend...nd.the.t.ba.co ..eaer bthe "lgether too common. I it stop now. The H on c ey M. Depew ha bar,
at rest, for two years anyway. The just issued for complimentary distri- So warm and sleepy and white And thess n dspacy all had anrust in his cu wtin a very iew t t
latter can go ahead and load up with button a full set of his speeches up to And thar sot Little Breches and chirp- And knowed he would kanp his word days or weeks at the outside, several
stock and the former can go onmok Internal Cndition ateWeon't mean t ay t As peart as ever ou seeAnd sure's you're born they all got thousand skilled mechanics exper- sneer at e tr
gthemselves to death as usual. speeches are up to date, for many ot As part as ever you see, roff enced engineers ando'aeorers willnbetheyawhie



T ODd U. ,,. raise, very little .wind, so thpt there I v probrm 'd run my chance witn Jim, than four boats, containing and con- ectmton to drink bSeavlay,
8d a City Ha.ll many people to imagine that Russia last joke is offered ecwith due apology They j oped down and toem Th wouldn't shoom k haltds with him awa fo hre tak wo m his hazay prd werebehane a.
The city council will in all proba- is on the verge of national disintegra- and solelyr or the purpose of prep And I think that saving an litwartle child, He seen his duty a dead sure thing- ous undertakng. Bi.es these men. D t.
blity pass the bond ordinance thsltion. Especially in this so, coupled, characteristicoke It was peetrat And bringing him to his own. Andwent or t tar and then; theboats carrie moments a eer m T L
week and as a great deal of time has as the situation is, with -the disastrous ed at the Mark Twain birthday cele- Isa dunedsight betterbusess AnChrist ha d in' betoo har ools neruOtr o e -ill told a toy of d n
been spent upon it. that measure is defeats of the Russian army and navy bration where the guests are guaran- Than loa ng arou e rone.o as soon a the rt can return which d to accompany
more than likely to fill the full re- In the far east. teed to be made Innocuous nnder the here. Additional boats will also be theater. Tg edogwraofa
quirements of the occasion. As a matter of fact, however, the _pd irt^^` ve ^r es h :e40 * .,__ ... ,^,i .-,,. however uree ^i~, ... ... -- ... haddesired.tohave.. ... ... can be secured .rmd ,ed, auve the by sesaClemeas meet .
The Journal would, however, urge dissensions of the Russian people at the prince of Wales, but Mr. Clemens's T w can ba i f e is nowshort Indeed, before theis bW playing io eeCptat
upon the counc the necessity of mak- home are nothing more than surface pants were too short. I support be- we A t h SAID OF PEN SA C duLyA d srr t g is to n ounde ankg .irl Bt k tsiem As .
ing the item for a city hall suticient- ripples on the great deep sea of Rus. cause he had worn them' tol. new route to commerce and travel, wil flow his every wort an
;ly large even if some ordthna er sla's national ife.herac thogues. after e lin AN D PEN SA COLIAN S thefn;k theinca boats cldea

We should not think of building a city people know nothing of the real weak- Jacksonville TimestUneon. pic of Wales it^ ?dr lm c9anbes ctapre lao mndk sried a Ah b used to ruah .toh
hall at a cost of less than $of00a0-torness of Russia abroad and they do w t shptlings and building concrete piers ann ernel he t cold t hsd andt
the building itself, and even that will ot realize the abject condition which cho Tax made by our esteemed Pensacola con- water that at times is a veritable tern- blad between is paws.
be mall. fathey themselves present at home. Want t Mtil o F temporary is a most egregious one. In pest and dangerous to the staunchest thud of the actor's fall. At
Other improvements can be added Their very ignorance and sunerstilon f he gstrl f Prter ha The public school authorities o E fact it is lamentable. The Tribune and moft seaworthy boats. This alone dog would crawl back to un
ierm ime to ie as occasion may cam bia county, like those in va is rady o pove by the distinguished is something to wonder at, but think ter with a howl of joy at
to from time time o i a t prevent them from appreciating either nn g T e oountyn want a 7-mill school tax for tesman of Palatka and beloved all again of the miles and miles of thick apparent return to lite.
require, but a city nan w one or the other and there is no prob- the coming year. Heretofore 5 mills over Florida, "Our aob," that the car- woods and jungle to be cut through, of
be a permanent thing for years ability that they will be able to do so i was the highest tax levied.-Jackson- bcature used by this paper was true the almost Innumerable obstacles to be wees asi.
b e sl the t e s preseot at ome. villt Metropolis. to nature, and mhat tbe Pensacola encountered ond overcome; of the re aco' l Avng
Lte the council see to it therefore tud T e -ein ca.. oe*To Jornal. loT h hei op ipogarue ofalTlisie eha shiseawdohyboiatsn'o bT hnisn green hail T ac weird o
tao tfm tntimeme tudge owamao Dcaio"my facti S ,-- --" m e r-
Sno mistake is m e at w e t prevoserved that a here we giie trm the record. fred aurier when r feature, in ng e t who for the time be-
-that no false idea of economy shal strictly commercial opinion on such / 1 st ment of the ca:e against the cluding the pedal extenities reprc- ing will be practically exiled from civ- ap a rne mtne, where in
preil. We want a city hall that thins was worth more thn all th I trusteess of the Internal Improvemenl sented our (lisringuilh>,d Floridan so ilization, habitation and news of the come a marketable court
ll be sufclent for the needs of the theories of statesm ... DT l e Fund recently decided by Judge elegantly.-Tampa T'"ibune. h erld, anca when the end has come crude ore is roasted in fnr
-- h e- next quarter or half a .. e en ... .....and economists na at Pensacola, in which thek think of and appreciate the reality of stated that, although no off
Scity p ae such a one we combined, and we now note that Henry COPIES attitude of the Jennins adminisra- Proposed New Ice Factory, a train of cars crossing expanses emanates sfro this proc
ntry a tone e Clews of the great banking house of tlon, to the effect that the legiMlature A big ice factory, ont having a ca- where the water lashes itself into Tevertheles some strange
mat spend money ,now to gethhold an opinion i cod h no rt over the state lands, apd pacit of at least 2t 0 tons per day, is a ifury underneath and against the cre therein that prdes
twith that which h d .. no right to control or direct the trus- possibility for Pensacol, according to utoe oe q man that boas it successful lchau of te ho ac be-
T* we ae eprese Wg ?e in reatiotrcto. is. completely sports which have been circulated deflan
at Us Restrict above. In his last circular letter, Mr. r rsedg and the legislative preroga- recently. There is no more apprecat- All these, anid more. too, must attend they bcome as ere as gr
e Phv r u Powero Clews says: tive fully sustained and preserve:t. ed luxury to be found than ice in Flor. and follow the efforts now being set in o y the texture o. te
Wewa th t si t c robable that the revolt Of course. Judgo e Swayne's decision idi in the summe- time.-Jacksonvillea motion for the abcomploehment of the no mjy, but remalns c .
The Jacksonville Metropols is in s not final, but there is every reason Metropolis. railroad building feat. the like of glsy a evetr.-Phon's
ltg a strong aght for a more effective yo in assume w nsuc h h eadway as to S y to believe that it will be affirmed by* * which has nevar before been under-


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u wa VwI w avvu W VU I 111bWUIV WDeuvotes Pagein Its Minutes to Ex- Tetony on Which Attendants
BEGINS MONDAY, JULY 17th-8 O'clock Sharp rssion of Esteem in Which Are Said t Have Based De-
He Was Held. mand fr YTbroigh's
Unusual & nd ry B r At a meeting of the Priest-n-charge. R M *.
UnusuaWardens and Church Committee of
SSt. Katharine's Church, Pensacola,
Fla., held at the Rectory on Tuesday, The walk-ont of the 29 or 30 attend-
That will i ou r no tter July 11, 1905, the following minute ants at the state insane asylum last
t wll Brng You ere no attr what e the State of the Weather was adopted: week has had the effect of some inves-
SIn the passing of the Rev. Horatio tigation as to the cause of their action.
SWiseman Pell Hodson, Ph. D., we ac- The attendants demanded that Mr. and
F T M AU knowledge a deep sense of our own MIs. D. W. C. Yarbrough be dismissed
SOME OF TE MAN BDAR MINS BRIEFLY STATED bereavement. An able, fearless, loi- from the asylum and on the refusal of
al and Catholic-minded priest of the the superintendent to comply with
Church of God has been called from their demand they walked out in a:
l .labor unto refreshment. body.
Standard Ginghams Bleached Domestic Unbleached Domestic nor .untor efre s.hR.,mn.bd.T r .<"sd.dre a g
For nearly two years Doctor Hod-i They are said to base their o)m-
Standard inhams Bleaced Domestic Unbleached Domestic son was in charge of St. Katharine'al paint against Mr. and Mrs. Yarbrougii
SChurch. Much of that time he had on the statements alleged to have,
ONE CASE OF STANDARD 4-4 Wide 44 Wide to battle with the disease which had been made by Mr. Yarbrough before,
APRON GINGHAMS. RED, RAG FINISHED, SPRING- FORTY PIECES OF EXTRA fastened upon him, with all its at- the investigating committee appointed
BLUE. BROWN AND GREEN WATER BLEACHED, GUARAN- STOUT SEA ISLAND UN- tendant train of sufferings, and great by the legislature. The Jacksonville,
CHECKS N ALL SIZES FROM TEED FROM ALL BLEACHED DOMESTIC THE physical weakness. But strong n Metropolis says:
HECKIN AL SIZES FROM TEED RE FROM ALL BLEACHED DOME8TIC, THE pirit he planned and carried out all1 The article complained of Is that
,ix TO 8x8. SPECIAL 5 I DRESSING. AN EXTR 5 6sc KIND, EXTRA 1 f l his work for the Master. part of the report of the asylum inves.
THE YARD C T .......... Y SSPECIAL, 24 Yds... SUU he enlargement-and beautifying tigating committee of the legislature
Sof the Clhurch building, and the flnan- comprising iSenator W. K. Jackson
S-- cial betterment of St. Katharine's mis. and Representatives J. W. Knight,
SKIRTS! SKIRTS! WHITE LAWlN WAISTS slon evidenced his ability, energy, Jas. A. Sledge and J. F. Filllngim. in
S! SKIR WH U WAI and wisdom. e now gratefully place swer to th segments made by the
S S on record our tribute to his memory. Board of State Institutions regarding
REAT SACRIFICE CLEARING SALE LADIES' TINAL CLEARING SALE ALL $1.50, $1.75 AND "God grant to the soul of Thy faith- the asylum. A part of this report
DRESS AND WALKING SKIRTS. FORMERLY 2.00 WAISTS, BEAUTIFULLY TRIMMED IN ful servant a place of refreshment gave information that the charges al-.
s6.0o. $6.50. $7.00, $7.50, $0, S9.00, $10.00 TO VAL LACE AND EMBROIDERY IN DAINTY the blessedness of eternal peace, and leging immorality were in a largo
the brightness of heavenly light measure prompted by information oh.i
13.50 MONDAY. TUESDAY AND DE NS, MONDAY, TUESDAY AND Ot through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen." taned from D. W. C. Yarbrough, of
WEDNESDAY, CHOICE ............. WEDNESDAY ....................... The secretary will convey to the the asylum
Family of Doctor Hodson a copy of What Yarbrough Said.
Stbis'minute, and an expression of our In defending its former position in
Lace Stripe Hose Embroideries Childrens' Hose heartfelt condolence, denouncing the conduct of the asylum
L -H the legislative committee in its report
ooLadies) EMROIDERIES (Sox and Stckings) B U RIBBON said:,
lai e BLUE "The committee did not ask nor did
:rl Clearing Sale of all 25 35c, 40c, 45 and &0c Fine Swiss About ten dozen odds and it know the name of any female em-
.'o S'ripe Hose; colors: Tan, and Nainsook Edgiags from 6 ends of Fine French Lisle in B R ON DHT ploye or how long any female employ-
\.:':, ('hampaigne and Black. both Black and Colors, former- ed in the hospital hadbeen there, nor
; rweh Gauze: silk to 10 inches wiie. About 800 l 3 and cthedid the committee ask if any one or,
t:1 ~ Erwe Gaseo silt ly 23po3v5e and 400, the w go more then employe were unchaste.
-h The pair only.. I t yards remaining from our two pair, while they last.... .. l S. A. Friedman, Pensacola agent for I the good name or character of the
Pabst beer, has just received a per- female employes has been traduced itl
ocwhere else will you find big 29c sales. While 23 A rich, rare bargain not apt sonal letter from President Gustave not doe y he comiee. i
.-h an unusual bargain, they last .............. to occur again soon. Pabst, of the Pabst Brewing Co.,which D. W. C. Yarbrough did olnteer some
S states that on account of the great very damaging information to one
popularity of their Blue Ribbon beer, member of the commlt..ee wlth refer-
READY ADE SHEETS. LIN- SANITARY COTTON TOWELS PILLOW CASES, READY they will shortly supply this grade as ence, as he express it, to the repre-
EN FINISHED. SIZE FULL BLEACHED, SIZE 0 MADE, SIZE 45x36. 8PE- a draught beer. Heretofore it has herSble conduct between male an
81 x0. SPECIAL .. 18x38; SPECIAL each... t CIAL, each ............ been served only in bottles but the feasletendunts. ee said tey ad
Demand for it has been so great that gone out in pairs or couples two nights
Sthe decision to put it on the market in In the .week rambling and lying out
ithe form of a draught beer also has util late, and In one Instance a couple
i been made. Mr. Friedman will notify were out all night; the. when Dr.
W. J. & B. FORBES Ri-0"'mhe ,daoI
i the public when the Blue Ribbon Gwinn was away s long last summer,
SDraught Beer arrives, he (Yarbrough) determined to stop it,
etc.; that in one inatonce he was set-
G OOD COLD WATERMELONS ON Ftipfled something wrong was going on
I ,CE AT STRATTON ICE WORKS, iU a room a he opened the door
N E NP r r 7 7 4S e;al acres, gushing forth and throwing oulckly and found them i a very con.
out sufficient water to create an adai- tent and the quaint and costly relics promising position; that they had gone
tion of 300.000.000 gallons of water a to be seen there, but my hand is tired to such an extent that there seemed
day to the Ocklawaha, a tributary of, driving the pencil and must stop. We no be no degree of shame of one couple
SD 1 A the S Johns river and so clear thatlook back with pleasure upon our stay In the presence of another. He did
V IE W OR I D A tourist throw coins into its depths, in the land of flowers and sunshine not call iames nor was he asked to do
varying from 40 to 80 feet, to see the and; may God continue to bless it so He also referred to some two or
S coin circle about as it goes down and more female attendants and probably
One of Gainesille's Wi r si s Hih Praises the Lad hen ow itself lying on the bottom. i "I owe my whole lf to Burdock one patient, who ad given birth with-
One of Gainesvilles Winter rs H Pises the Landrock bottom with coloring so rich Blood Bitters. Scrofulos sores cover. t four months after leaving
and so beautiful that it is difficult to ed my body. I seemed beyond cure. the hospital. He algo referred to the
Flowers and Arises Oher Tewists to describe it. having a carpet of blue B. B. B. has made me a perfectly well conduct of Dr. Gwinn and a female
and green and spangled with a silver woman." Mrs. Charles Hutton, Ver- iempeDr. also mabty lectures he hod
Vsit the State sheen on top. and by way of compari- ville, Mich. given Dr. Gwin d about his cold-blooded
son called the ladies Parlor. Then negligence and Indfference with ref-
the fish, large and small, the alligators crence to treatment of patients, hib
% ,:: r "'.;el d,-criptive of ida. The state In a straight line isWand turtle, numerous enough, and this manner and method of purchase and
S i. Mo,.un: 'Union WPa.) r.ot less than 400 miles from north to beautiful stream of crystal clear water disbursement of supplies, and his d-1
a1: '1 wr;'tin by Mr. Harry south and there is some variation in flowing thus for nine miles through Ingratitude towards him that when he
S 'i sp -'nt' lasI winter in the temperature, to be sure. Last win- grand forests of cypress. palme'*o. lT T left he did not so much as speak a
-tEr's freeze, which Injured the orange fern an whatever else this land can : HAT kind word to the incoming superln-
Sia \. ,,-'!lrn-r bears Florida and other crops in Florida, created a show that is novel, weird anciful and tendent in his (Yarbrough's) behalf.
r: ::.i: n:nanaion immedi- cry which was echoed from all parts interesting to where Silver Springs W EI I DRESSE D etc., etc. So es before said, if the
: a :Asi(.n of a country ot the state, and we ourselves saw real Run empties itself into the Ocklawaha V character of the female employes has
a ; :;wa' s summer, a land ice. and from others we learned that river. been traitaced, Mr. Yarbrough and the
n. '., ,o:<, and no ice. where they had ice a long ways down in the It was our pleasure to dwelland writer of that remarkable document
t ,,' (i ^dor.- all seasons of state. Nevertheless while we haveour p sure to dwell ad e I have done it, for the writer of the
t.arry In some of Florida's pretty
n t.iur .s:r:slecves and fans said all this, we have no desire to als- ctiesnd towns where there is hardl L U document says: 'Many of whom are
ma:li No,'hing can be fur courage the tourist, and are still able ugt else t o be'see ut the evidence virtuous and pure women of our own
-. t ,h, rth ; say that lorida is a good retreat t progress, and a detern cs state.' Notice he says many-a clear
a .bo r,aiz in summer., in winter from Northern cold, and the o progressup and a dentwhermination and It's something that most men imputation that some are not. It
Sin. win r. v-hon hle un- winter is much easier to bear and ifr desire to supplement what God has so appreciate. Some of them pay would new be In order and the right
nk S h and one goes to South Florida will nd richly sted on or with ose pretty high to secure it; others thing for the female employes to de-
at h w:' ncv, r neel his, warm and pleasant. mateal adornments th man ad art wear 'sm ready-to-wear and get mand that the board of commissioners
Having prvi oulv spen- a Has Much to Oer onluy can add. it for half the money. point out and name such of them as
H inh prpiraou'ly spun: a Hc urch to orir. ohFlorioa. products being so well We don't ask you to take our are virtuous and pure and such as are
S:he sh-'pic of Louiiana we Florida has much to offer In the way known it is scarcely necessary to make word for the excellency of our not They (the board) say some are
"he rare for winter wealth of contrast to what we see in the' mention of them. but among them may clothing, but it would virtuous and some are not. Produce
:'r are.lie. thar we mar North. It is an interesting country be noted the orange and kindred PLEASE US IMMENSELY the proof of your assertion, gentlemen.
r realize that made and some of nature's real wonders are fruits, the pineapple, watermelon, can- You have attacked you have traduced
va-iety of climate in Flor- to be seen there. In the frst place tirloupe. garden truck in great variety, at our offerings. the gooi name of a part of the female
a of climate in lor- i has one of the noblest rivers in the strawberries. delicious peaches, in If you are a merchant tail- employes n the hospital. Name them
,- world. flowing from sooth to north woods the cypress. pine. water and or's man, we will guarantee to -or withdraw what you have written
LET US FURNISH niaking its way through a number of live oak trees, the palmetto, in mining! surprise you or some of the good families of Gads-
YOUR beautiful lakes, large and small, being phosphate and the great naval stores Paying too much and waiting den county, from which these em-
narrow, but deep enough for naviga- and turpentine interests, which are) too long is the "made-to-order" ployee come, may make the proposl-
ICE C REA M tion in its upper portions, and further now bringing in so much wealth toi way tion interesting to you. .o far as the
down towaras its month widening out those financially interested in this Paying just enough and get- committee knows, every female now
into a broad and beautiful expanse of product, also cotton, ting satisfaction is ar way employed in the hospital is as pure
NG UP water. with a variety of interestinges, $5 to 15. and chaste as the new-born babe in its
a sub-tropical scenery. Its shoes lined Theyac mother's arms, and if the searchligh t
th I F tropical verdre and tall pal- Floida just now is much bothered Iof truth Is ever turned on the great
Smettos. with here and there a picture by a plant known as the water hya- hullabaloo raised about that clause of
PHNE No. 1104. o a plantation, an orange grove, great cinth, which floats on top of and in Daf r the committee's report, it will show
:*O Za-rtcsa and Tarragona St after oak trees, covered with the beau-! time covers a lake or river. It is an W hy ay M re? that it was the work of seldsh, design-
CA DELIVERED IN ANY ful draping Spanish mos form a imported plant which ome well in- ing men to draw the attention of the
QUANTITY 'picture pleasing and attractive to the mentioned but not wtse person intro- --- public from the main question of re-
eye. duced in Florila. nrobablv to increase spoaslblhty for the evils in and about


S As we ride along on the steamboat its beauty, as it grows a Sower of! the insttutit ad as being the most
watching the changing scenery, we beautiful lavender color. It is a great effective means to break down the
note at once a country different from nuisance and impedes navigation and effet of the committee's report.
*; o~or own and as it is not hot on the the government has been busy trylIng CASH CLOTHIR shame o you, or any man or men,
Sdecks even in summer when sitting tc kill it off with some success. who would resort to sentiment, and
under an awning, notahla more rest- To try to describe the flowers oi Phone 297 make breastworks of a lot of women
r'lls t.el ful could be ipagined. Then at night Florida is something I will not attempt to protect yourselve."
I when the dharming soft moonlight not being sufficently familiar with
--s (il overspreads the earth andt water we the names of its flowers. Suicient to Cor. Main and Palfox Sts. T&t *"Jm Crow"Law.
Ssee the stars rejected in the dark!say that some of the well kept g a-
SWa. f terman'* n waters of the river we feel as if we dens in Florida towns have frequently A Jacksmaville negro got himself
SFountain Pen could stay ferevr to view this sombre engaged my eye and attention as I rrste a w .ly ago or violating
cleans itself picture and coanusion of light, water,' had the pleasure to daily look upon t her rf e a larw hich provides
forest and prairie, sad be cooled by them, and they are always to be seen. for separate omprtents for the two
Sevenly to the the gentle Wowing breeses as the boat, Then we must not forget the mock- races e the p eeded toemploy
C Eelea Iw rce.Hewthem vie d to testngothe
Swiftly glides sloeg, leaviBg in its'ing bird. which sings so sweetly, and! aconttft ity of the ilaw, but found
: 2o $3 50 wake the 1m sle tBlo 4mdeg against whose morning carols are nnrivaled by;
2.50, $3.50 the shores and cmtli ip aSb or driv- anything in the world of "feathered hsl re obti led'to prsecute ohim nd
Sing the aliltator to cover. j songsters," its unique idmsatms stand fl he cew.'MIe street ar
SA Prid W at !chirrup causing one to wonder with -m C the e.ep ohe street car
Silver Sprigs. *hisIs reached' delight and pleasure. com wll le p u fr nt
CO S BOOK STORE either by r d or mer, on it I mposible to speak of a or ylwe wm i he rs; an
B the Ocklawaka river, *i'*e of the aw In Florida or uIg S and oInig i afternmjme b pt in
2 35 S. Palafax St. sights of the wrM, w t vi. other parts of the South. aor ayt th rtt to tewe Et
fr sc23 tos rr (tplseI the bee ull be
S 123 oe it ors from al a ts d M 0 eotry and i spoken of old t. Auglusine, toe ter r th m S-sant ltotw w the
12 gl;;jiobe. imai~g liv e rs e springs with Fb _ta M1o.. ove 40yes I --_ -tGV- Ola will
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Give us a share of it if you do not
care to let us have it all.
We absolutely guarantee all break-
ages.
We make no overcharges.
We are always prompt.
We employ only competent help.


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continue our custom as long as we re-
main in business to handle only drugs
and chemicals which we absolutely
know to be of superior strength and
purity. "
No Doctor can obtain the desired re
sults in the sick room unless his pre-
scriptions are filled as he intended
them to be, i. e., with drugs of the high-
est Quality. The sick room is the one
place above all others where Quaty
counts above everything else. If you
want the patient to improve; to re-
spond to the physician's labors, you
must be particular with the medicine.
You must have his prescriptions filled'
with nothing but pure and fresh drugs
and chemicals. We cordially invite
your patronage and assure prompt at-
tention and courteous treatment.
We have filled over TWO HUNDKIeD
THOUSAND Prescriptions since we
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SUMMEaIW-DRTi I


Northern Ma Writes Enthusias-
tically a Home Paper of
Land of lowers.

18 GROWING WELL AND STRONG
IN MAGNIFICENT CLIMATE--
NORTHERN PEOPLE HAVE
WRONG IMPRESSION REGARD-
ING HEAT IN SUMMER.

,Mritatg from Gainewille to the
Charlotte (Mich.) Republican, W. W.
Ashley, a well known laton Rapids
newspaper man. who is spending the
summer in Florida for Ms health,
says:
"You perhaps have heard a great
deal about Florida as a winter resort,
but only a few have ever thought it
a place for pleasure in the summer
on account of the heat which the ma
jority of the people in tie north think
unbearable. The doctors here have.
advised me every spring I have
made up my mind to go north that
it would be best for me to remain
here during the summer, if I wished
to get relief from the bronchial tron-
ble that brought me here, so I thought
this spring I would try it. I must say
that I am better than I have been totr
years, and have gained in flesh since


Clntter Music


House


Are Receiving Daily New 1905 Styles
OF -*-


KRAINCH AND BACH (the best in the world)
LE ST ER (20 years a standard)
]MEHLIN (Old Reliable)
CLUTTER [best medium priced] PIANOS
NEWITON AND CASSEL.


We have about 20 good upright piano* taken in exchange
are offering for Les thau Half Factory Coet on terms of $1.00


for above pianos, that we
per week and up-several


good squares at $15, $25, $35 and $60.
In ORGANS we have a full line of the celebrated FarraP d sad Ptm. Tera
$4.00 per month and up.
SPECIAL-Don't fail to see our Second Hand Pianos for Bargains
TALKING MACHINES-Victor, Talkophone, Edison and Columbia. Records 25 and
35 cents for Cylinder; 50 cents and up for 10-inch Disk Records. Machines, $1.00 per we .
SHEET MUSIC-One-half published prices. All the latest received weekly.
GUITARS, VIOLINS, ETC.-A full line at low prices.
If you want the Best la Music of every description, call on or wri


THE CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE,


Largest in the State.


114 S. PALAFOX STREET.


S-- ---w -- the warm weather of simmer set in. iH*** a ************** ...**.*. . .t*******ar. ...****..******.**...
r dozen on "Now about the weather. In May
t we had it very warm this year, and
it made me perspire quite freely, yet to ever try to return rorth to reside.i
I felt good and kept at my work, not in several instances I know of they. No. 5
feeling in the least debilitated from have contracted the old troubles being H. L. COVINGTON, President M.E. CLARK. Cashier.
S ,. ...1 . the beat. It was ap to 90 in th3 susceptible to them. and only surviv- C. W. LAMARVite-Prident, JNO. PFEIFFER, Asst Casr
t shade some days, and never below 75 ed a short rime.
AN EVART$S EE. or 80 at any time. You could put on: "But when you only have a lead
S F light-weight clothing and keep it on pencil and writing tablet at stake, it
S -AL norl, i TW m w It "Twr Sm emes Prpv all day, and in fact, all the week. is easy to put them in your grip and O NA LA FLA
.-.Thomasvllle, Ga.-. to a P er Wtestar The first of June we oegan to have dig out of the place where you do not P PE,
Offers Full Courses for A. B., B. S., and B. L. Degrees. ay lawyers write legiblyand our rainy season. thought that enjoy good health and fly to this sun- DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STA'
the late William M. Earta wrote w uch would be something terrible, as I had ny land of flowers anJ live in com-
Physical Culture, Elocution and Music Our Specialtia able hand tha t a er heard it talked so much. But the fort. Some of our active business Capital Stock, 200,000 S plus, ,000
ten diffict to read IL Tht aeued a facts are the rainy season is indeed men came here on cots, but are now D I O O
1.0 spent this year in building and equipment team eat mistake at one time wh resulted n peasant. It seldom rains only in the the very pictures of health, and will Henry L. Covingon, S. J. Foshe.
Electric Lights. Gymnasium. Swimming Pool, Good Fare, Climate at o iea n afternoon, and then not more than no doubt live here for years, but it J. MPf Aver.
Unsurpassed. Strong faculty of 10 Experienced Teachers. b net we revl a t- two hours, and this has been an un-: would be sure death for them to try J W. H. Mio Jr.,
er or ten Utlm the a a nt he I"qeft- usual wet one for this country. The: the north again as a home. Bryan Dnnwody, O. E Mara.
EXPENSES $209. LIMITED NUBER OF FREE SCHOLARSHIPS ed. The late William Allen Butler. n rays of the sun will become very hot "We are now in the midst of our Frank Reily. w. L Ca r.
AVAILABLE etmti t member of the New TYok bAr. and in a little while the clouds wl!l fruit and vegetable season, and we W. S Rosasco, C.A. ON-
Session opens Sept. 26, 1905. For FteC Catalogae Address was COUmsei fe one of the latest In appear and the cooling rain descends, have the nicest peaches. pineapples. T. F. McGourin, Dr. W. J :
1. COCHRANE HUNT, President. the celetItael Stotke will ease years This will be followed by one of the mangoes, plums, cantaloupes, water- F. E. Brawner, McKenzii I -.-.
Sa#% In whidh the late Dr. Weary P. most cooling winds you ever enjoy- melons, grapes. etc., you ever saw. I C.W. Lamar, AIex McG
Sa titrans was one Of the expert wit- ed. saw some nice grapes in market of J. R. Saunders, C. M. Co::- .
Sess. SomethlnglUk $15,000,000 was "This city has a abundance of ne the Niagara variety and I asked th Account Bnk ndiidua Corportion and s S
TH PEINSA A Amal Par*. involved. and Mr. Butter told his ll- shade trees, and no matter how hot it clerk what they were. and he inform- r Accor a ntk interest paid on Time DeposFts.
T HE PENSAC LA i Par tfreadlike fiber whik rows nt that be would ike as associate I is you can always ftd a breeze 3n ed me that "they were the Californ'a o I e pidoTm Dot
out of tthe pore of the sklas ot amials. the conduct of the caew He was askd the shade of these grand live oaks. grapes." They were raised in the-
It grow I. nleng h from the rootsoh he aed This may seem a little exaggerated, country, and he probably thought
CLASSICAL SCHOOL the d he w s, he i d but you can ask any one who has ever "the California" was the only kind.
ilt top, as with table he tbouglt Mr. .Lto wod be the tried it and they will tell you thesame except the Scuppernong which grows WM. H. KNOWLES, Presdent W.K. HYER JR, V.-Prs. and
produeom I lowe' portion merlY beat ma owIng to Iq Upe1qer knowi- thing. There is no doubting the fact here quite abundantly..H.N
kmQtbm out and the top proeate for- ede of the law and bis rfet r opta- that this is a great climate for peo. "We have good markets here ant THOS. W. BRI T, ssL Cashier. W.N. ROBERTS, Ast. Car
OPINION OF EDUCATORS AS TOt warid, ess-qently It eIeat t will i oa am a advocate. The Hlet agreed. ple with lung or eachial troubles, our farmers are getting new ideas
I awa 1 o ala bl=t. It i o tabaar and I Mr. better wa trtU t to see and they can come *ere and live top every year, and besides being a heal-
rIT WORK. gIed fO w t hl, whId gives to t Abr It Mr. Evart wrns Im e teo the | years, when they eight ie much thy resort we will soon lead in the
hIt celor. In atta to the r oF cO a. i sooner if they remained in the cold products of the soil.
I ta mineral matter. among wMeb are Acco~~nly Mr. Battlr wrote to Mr. climate of the north. But I think "Those who are in p-cr health and
Prof. Walter Miller. professor ol aiphr ad from. A close ex*vl -tlim n arts ant hted him to be aspelat- that if a person comes here and gets desire a place where they can live
Geek in Tulane University. aftes r a' the Aber will to a certalteInt. ead the ca waed hame n hise talnag relief, that it is hazardous for them both summer and winter will find no A TA B A
qlslting the Classical School. wrote tbe bw the eetle ut Che m try ~s a- fee.. In dte time be recvered a reply, better climate than Fjrida. with iet
toDowing unsolicited opinion to a tmal ilbablt. M J4ort 8a erkp. which he nw at a glance was In the CAUSE OF FALLING HAIR. n e resorts hih ain sea-
riend and colleague: with a m val or aW-r cross cttion, armative an, wittlbt topping to noted as any in the north. No matter O Pnl O M .
"The Pensacola Classical School Is ladlicl trlopteal gwhw; the long and read it further, sllpe I Rt Into another Dandruff, Which is a Germ .iease-- how hot the day. we always have a
Sdoin a splendid work for the cause ot soft, wr( circler coss section, a envelope and mailed it to his client Kill the Germ. breeze at night so that one can sleep
southern education. It is established northern climate. The Sber from dif- I n a day or two he rehelved a call from calling hair is c d by with comfort, and with a good night'-
pon broad principles, it cherishes the ferent rpai of the ame animal have Mr. Evarts. who inquired what sot of Fallinghairis caued by dandrum rest. you can put up with a littleet FBrent, A.
highest ideals of scolarship it main- a difft et strpmture and vale that a man his brother lawyer' client wa. a germ dieae. heT a ge i during the middle of the day. There
tas a high standard of excellence which s taken from S back of a land "Didn't you bar from him after I where it destroys the vitality of are not half as many mquitoes her Hyr J. D. B
.ad by the best modern methods and im being the it while the e- sent your letter to him?" queried Mr. hair. casing the hair to fall out. digs in this section as there are in norh-
equipment t secures thoroughness of'eiMciaadaio'fes hr
Seg tsVwit d tu of the aialp W t Mr. Ec B; h e a the cuticle in little scales, calleare no mc an tem tan in the EIU I M bOMESTI EXIIA E BT AID
St rat comparable with that anc arenomre o te thnI
-y the great fting schools of the east. Se a ift mostly to water. the belly, "Ye," replied Mr. Eovart "but be iandruff or scurf. You can't stop the&and there.
o my mind the Pensaoola Classical being much finer than the back. sent me a cheek for $,000, and I only falling hair without curing the dsn- .'Flo that i We ur Ve5a 3pt
/. eobol is one of the very best seeon. asked him for $2. w." druff, and you can't cure the dandruffwill be the mmer t sort region of
dary schools of the south." osIem ty e a. ,a..e Ma. It was apparent that Mr. Evarts* without killing the dandruff germ th e o sum ry. at r ll as the Gntern at .a, Il Favrable Term, an
Dr. Enable. president of the rnier- Jenny Llud oust have been the most chrography misled tbe ctent. This ts "Destroy the cause, you remove the he oun Th resources of Florida are Hol nd pain, B m Rui gtio t Payale at F
sity of North Carolina, writes: "t simple, unpretending prima doas that the story told by a lawyer who wa effect." Newbro's Herpicide is the n one-half developed, but it is the N#rway Spwien Dnmark, Detinaton Ten Days Afta
gives me pleasure to testify to the evr lived. Whe se firt cai e to tfaHfliar with the ets, but ts not only hair- reparation that kills tef coming state loped it is the Nuropy, n out ArriveDenm ,
thoroughness of the preparation of the EnRland she wa bound to sing only known wbefter Mr.Ervrtms etuned the dadruff germ. Herpicide is also a b,
students who have come Tfraom at tne er Itun Opera brsend Idterc of 220 or whter h delightful hair dressing. Sold by W. OUTSTANDING COUNTY
rchool to he universal. We should when commanded to stag at the worked It out.-Hartford Courant. D'remSr druggst and apthe WARRANTS WILL BE PAID. Dt es Rentth
o h queen's concert she was obliged to re. Fla Send c in stamps for ample Pensacola, Fla. Ju 12. 190. '
tpe." Fla. Send 10c In stmps for sample All outstanding warrants against hve a Private Department for the use of Rent
Dr. Geo. Petrie. professor of Lrtin te V'ey sor to be compelled to THE KALLIMA BUTTERFLY. Ito The Herpicide Co.. Detroit, Mich. he fineand forfeture fund of Escam-i
and History in the Alabama Polyt-e. otiy this, she ord red her arrtage via county, regisered fp to datewc
,ie Institute, writes: "I consider the and drore raight to Bcklngham pal- An Inr see Tew b teetvly m im be paid on presentation. Prtie ho
Pensacola Classical School one of the' ace. e handed her card to an o0- .Dead True Lea ing said warrants are required to pre- Paid-
best ftting schools in this section of cial, who, not iastourlly, declined to A moth usually re with his fore sent same for payment, as all interest
the south. I can confidently endorse take it. A hlbher authoritT happened wtngs outpread over t prominent on these warrants ceases from this Ot i 4 r t p r Annu
the thoroughness of its work and the to pass and took it upon himself to pattern of his hind wigs, say Walde- V date. J. E. WILLIAMS
healthy. manly atmosphere that per- present -. As eoon as her majesty mar B. Knempffert l the Booklovers 13july4t County Treasurer. j-- -
adeFor the r inform on or catalogue saw it she said, "Admit her by all Magazine. In any other posture he L AT HILTON GME mas T . w s
ForTfur her information or CatalogueU i. T.I. WKL r.
Sthe school addresss iean." Jenny Lind appeared and would inevitably meet a swift death. SUNDAY DNINER AT M. BCSaxL., C&. alu MASFIIELDMOKR!O. A.-
.o CItA AsRM STR' ,nG, said simply that sbe was so very sorry A butterfly, on the contrary, rerts us-; MANHATTAN DINING ROOMS 50c.' C1tizens dN national s B an
Principal. to be unable to sing at her majesty's ally with his wing uplifted and tn ol
oncaert tat she thought it better to pressed together. Otherwise, the gaudy Manhattan Hotel, Garden and Baylen of Peasaeo., Fiorida .
call herself and explain. The queen upper surface would be as onspicu- Streets, Pensaco;a. Fla. i *otor .
was cearmed witf her natural man- oas as the black ink this white Diaing rooms operated by Chas Gea. Wigh, Morris r, T
and Cadmus, Caterer to Mankind." Amern- :a M. Ittasm. L. Htn '-o=.
U NE e. gave her a cordal reception and paper-a signal for adack by relent- can Plan. The coolest and cleanest, A jE,,RAL .1NKING BUSINESS TRANACTED.
promised to be her friend.-Lnon less and voracious toes. In order to dining room in town.
CAR NA. Globe. hide himself the btterty has there U L dn .... r
OF NORTH CAROLINA. fore, lavished all the resources of his Relishes. : *SSO SS s S SSS***e****
17I-1905 MIrs. r~wftl rd-4 w t te bhonr. Imtatie art on the upar surface et Olives. Pickles. J. S. REESE, Present. E. W MNEFEE.
m on o vero, I od y his wings. By far th o Soup. R. M. CARY, Vic-President.
Heal of g tate'f Educational Syi hBsbiad has rew ecO l we to nce thwe kitd t saliedke IS geami g Chicken CreamT of Rice. PPL BA K O
us hi kfM? m M. ababw-fh has by the East Indian maZlta Ibuttery, Sea Food.T BA
read" a wm s ste than at, my the blue tn per su h which s* h b Baked Red S p Wine "auC. Directors-1. LJ. Revos J. S. Reese W. DeC. Kesler R. M.
DEPARTMENTS.4 I Hn ha Mrews ..nEt wait rily d o tntatIo ast al o Boied. .A. 'Alem A. Je
i mM .--W te of ran bt te ar r- o Mutton, Caper Sce. TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANkNG BIaSIN3S.
as mtse.- u D R Oa stripeO NofT1Rnbte, Me u ne r ,'r- Rom"
en e.rl, ,fae of w aich bears a tmtr Mtarta We want to Sell you a Young Veal, Currant Jelly. Y R A IS RY
Law, A mA~ limkeeass to a loa, whm the rwlags ar Chickens. Oyster Dressing..
M1 atelsM, Pharmacy., "A aoft amiwr." rmreel So pty drawn together. Here we bave an brod new one Entrees. .
et tse OQrt part, away wwta" Insect that apes not mere ti ap- Spaghetti Italienne. Banana Fritters,
**r- ," ged a II prt y protAmats npe ~a alot at oad Lo at our exten l ve Raisin Sauce.
OW ye eanm s 43,000 volume New of ebmms ot, t wreat raM \ ntleah t als e S mlth w1* t __e o I Vegetables.
4,,0 vlms N cw t ure Rha *o ate vela .. a- - -- - .o New Potatoes, Butter Sauce E 1
pow wagnrelect, ric ughts, e. tur z awy sea n dmwe-.--frla- a ,ste vetisn, the shsgp p4ant, and tm.e line of Suit patterns G. peas ailoped Tomatoes., *, D
GrowpeasEscaloped Tomatoee. A
tbl oatli system. New oor- delphia ar. sort ste ommen tbo trpi9 cal ..
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weana e a ymnA im. Y leae. andtake your pc VaillaIce Cream Huckleberry Pie. o d CuiithU
.l. .C. A. building. .we. t. It at be sppoed at a ttb Cotee, Tea, Iced or Hot. Mlk a
R STUDBTS. 6O INSTRUCTORSA G.lao sl ryt a m t, r of _a omy' oeMt is pewal f Al B F ts' Fia rmtNi s Cheese, Crackers. O c-Na 3 St, Pt3B, street. Telephone, s..
that 2ea i n v wea your weight t alfaOe to peatest the Bmamo twr ts Tarts al- 9to s Ga les streets. Pho4 .
9r bega geMd. beal .'! teeme bar Wh. is h SgI pr waagg aparotly Meal Hours:
e 11 19m baddres ha R MI ObdeHlsd e .e, at sandy a tes ear abuh Early Train Breakfast. 6:15 a. m. ___
.b--MCtP "I-lr --_ "e. br -" to ds me r e Brea st. 7 to 9. Dinnir. 12:30 to 2.
t 1M Cg Sm ui i. be nt sre a m c I lI Su pi per, 6:30 to 8. Jo1n loosU. Jaelkson Erindon. TDCma
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I F|1 -- REAL ESTATE DO YOU KNOW
FOR SAIZ-Child's go-cart, in excel- DO You W
T he M en W ithlent condton, price reasonable if that land is the basis of all wealthLOANS.
sold at once. 223 West Intendencia In a 'growing city or town, money In-
St. 16oslyt We shall be glad to communicate vested in land Is sure to grow. Pen- We have about $10,000 on hand, which we can lend on good r
s SPCIAL 8AL--A sofa cushlon-ad w er.ith those desiring to buy or sell sacola i sih a city, y ouand youwill do estate security sums of $100.00 to 20.00 at 7% and 8%.
B business F oresightfour skeins of silk for 24. center Special attention to Rents, Insur- to willregretyou o ot ivest REAL ESTATE BARGA NS
pieces 15 cents each, or two for 25,. ance, Making Loans, and to the col- ly oun wilre tet neartutref pREALeswl
Embroidery hoops 4c per pair. Theie election of Interest. greatly advance in the near future.
p inv, ltin h a it in P t mla l estate. Why? prices will continue for the week. Mrs. FOR SALE FOR SALE. Block 169, New City tract, 20 lots, at $3500.00.
ac nv tng eavly e Why H. V. Rendall, 17 South Palaox St. Block 163, New City tract, 20 lots at 175.00 per lot.
S of her natural advat s wh is pl ing h r 16Jlylt* 6-room cottage, East Hill, bath, 3 houses, renting monthly South half of blocK 143, New City tract overlooking Bayou,
S- .. FOR SALZ-Two second-hand b-ggies City Water ............$. 1,800 00 $18.00 .................... 7600 00, lots, at $1500.60.
in the place of first importance f all the gulf cities. AS and ice wagon, all in good running C-room house, Little Bayou. 5-oom cottage, ast Hill Block 12, New City tract, overlooking ayou. 20 ots, at 750
-d Climat- iti W....ll b. order. Apply at 222 E. Gadsden street. 100x140, bargain at ......$1,700 00 (New) ................... 7500 00/ A very desirable Dwelling, 6 rooms, now rented, North Hay
an all-the-year' r 5 ScuiILU IIC UDCTMceUlC, ad hs j A. Kirkpatrick. 16jlylw' House and barn, corner lot, 3.4pm cottage a. Romana .. 850 00, street, at $2260.00.
the fin t after in America FOR SAL-Combination horse 7 50x110, W Garden St. ....$1,650 00 4 Wouses renting monthly Dwelling, North Hillnear ear line $2250.00.
ears old, 16 hands s-Combination horse, 74-roo.m cottage, E. Hill car -3.50 .................... 1850 00 Two-stor y Dwelling, West Gregory street, at $3000.00.
years old, 16 hands. sound and ge n line, bath ................$1,500 00 10 lots, New City, overlooking
tie. Also registered brood mare. A, 2-story dwelling, East Hill, bayou..................1750 00
Ask Us For Particulars.E.Hinman, Century, Fla. 2 pantry bath, bargain ....$1,350 00 1 lock nearOrphan's Home DW ELLINGS FOR RENT.
FOR SAL CHEAP-Tilting Wind-d Blocks In West King from Tw-str elli North stree
mill, tank and pump. Phone 1047 or $500.00 to ............... $1,500 00 QTS COLLECTED Twostory Dwelling, North aylen street, 30.00.
apply 418 W. Garden street. 14jlylw' 3 of the prettiest lots In New MONE osory Dwellng, N 211 West Cervantes street, 8 room
WALL TINTS by experts; resultsI City ......................$ 90 00 MONEY LOANED modern conveniences, 30.00.
a cOl n BirVrnent o n guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice, Phone 4 lots on West LaRua street..$ 500 00 Also renting property ana bargains can be had by calling on
Perlacola IlnveUstmenl iC o 4g5. 121ulylm FOR RENT. I1ALIE
A.L.L my v m inl. FINE line new model 0ectric fans. 13th avenue and 15th street ..$10 00 ELIL BROOKS Thos O C. W atson& Cs
t.owUS.resident. L. I S st ld cheap, and r shor 612 West Main ...............$10 00
W. O m. y should you sweat. Ring 610 East Jackson...........$17 50 204/, 8. Plafox, Fisher Building LEADING REAL ESTATE, RNTAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS,
J. STILLAMAN, V.-Prles. sl d& '. WISn ETER, Tin'e Phone 325 or 1097. P. i. Pearl, 15-17
Real "gate, La a. i r m w- r1h= 1. N Garden treet 1211ylw SEE US FOR BUSINESS. Palx and Gardn Str

POR SA_ a -At a sacone, t.rniture Noe Ie glnoous
215 South Palaret Stvmtw Pen ,sela, FInrld. store, stock an da uts. cal lt L S.nBROW N & oPW
L 3U-14 IL.S...BR.W N.&..... uildu you a house, I will give you
SFOR SALB-Steam Auto, almost new 200 Thelsen Bld' prces on material. P.. Box 288, LEAL AVERTISEIETS DAILY SCHE UL
cash, part cash or real estate ox. Phone 310. Joel rater. Yard at Bay- Por Steam Divion
I j C Call t room 47% Palafox "WE SELL LOTS" n street wharf. 3oJunelm- NOTICE. PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERM
v NTi:7. a house with a WANTED-Men to distribute sam FOR SALE.-The best watermelons n PIANO. TUNING. In re Eat John A. Brosnh RAILWAY CO.
1,N1bostate location pdeceasedoa-" ... ",h o4 a e si Tr as oa Pnoa f o r6 h
Tae icai e, tack signs. $3.00 daily. No scan- the city can be found on ice at Can- Bl I am prepared to do tuning and re- creditors, le igateereyttees tnd as lav ocr
I. ..i.ress Tenant," care aig. Continental Dttributhig Ser- stantlne Ceparisoss, 128 8. Tarragona Peard a d 0 9 pairing and guarantee satisfaction. 17 persons having distriee andsg Byo, Warrig
Ch15lylt 22Junelm FOR RENT-Three la.re airy rooms years' practical experience in the against the said estate to present them Barracks at-
I --Tfn to twenty thousand, WANTED- o or hbuse girl. 116 FOR SALE.-Two pair extra fine furnished. $1.25 and $2.00 per south. J. Conrad- Scott. 244 K. Greg- within two years. Sallie M. Brosna. 7:15am ar Ft. Barrancas 7
S-ara ce caes t Belmont St. 6lyt young mules, sound and n good week. Apply Mrs. R. M. MoKinnon, ory street. Pe cola. 25junelm* ham, Walker Ingraham, H. Brosna- S50am ar Ft Barrancas 10
-housand P O. Box WANef-A it .condition. Also one 2-horse Stde- 106 East Intendencia. 16jlylw ham, Executors. June 18, 1905. 12:50pm ar FLt. Barrancas 1
Thousand. P- lwO AN -Areliable man on a small baker wagon.,W. S. Garfield. 4ne. FOR IE --NT-Four furnished-room. 7 I R U MAIL N ov june 8oaw8w 3:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 4
ic. Ala. 15jlywWfar. near thriving town where aae for tr6veli ublic.Dai15pl ar Ft. Barrancas
-- carpenter can get work. Would ease DO YOU want to buy or sell anything? Mrs. Thomas McVoy, 113 We ce or traelg pblc. Day ar Ft. Barrancas 7
. .n with $200.00 or less. on shares. Fine location fr poultry A littlwant ad will bring woadertl Garden. 16julylw* vice each way. Prom Chipleyto Bay. In Eseambia County Circuit Court- 8:10pm ar F. Barrancas *8
Slch manufacturing busi- farm. Address "Farm" care Journl reslts. The ct Is too t t HA SOMELY FURNISHED front head. Address 3. M. Tagge, Chply. State of FloridaIn Chancery. Saturday oly.
S \ ,xp, rience required; pronfls, 16jlyl to delay room; southern exposure; hot and 24ac James Wilkins, et al., vs. W. A. Booth, Trains leave Fort Barrances
\ .xp' rienc eriday.yAdaPensacola City Co., a corporation, encola at-
S tf>ho'n dollars per day. Ad- FOR SALM.-Horses for sale and aloo cold bath, privilege of telephone. Ap-. P mnsacola .t Co. at ofpo Wat.- 1, Pensacola at-
Ca'e this office. 12ly2w WANTD-Cook and house woman. for hire. Kentucky Stables, cor Jet. ply 236 W. Government. Phone 705., __RAL TAT. H. Davidson, Sterrtt Tate, Ad- 8:0zam ar Pensacola 3:
Apply at once 209 West Cervantes erson and arragossat. joe Weill, 16Jlylw** AL BTATE in al pe ts minstrator and heir at law of Wal- 11:00am ar Pensacola' 11
-, i-Any girl in need of friend- 15jlyl' 1 nemn NIubY FURhNISHED rooms for rent, Yo by the round and we % ter Tate, deceased; W. H. Knowles, 2:00pm ar Pensacola 2
I advi will rop. f IH om b yr h on lo tim nheir at law of Peter Knowles; Louts 5:15pm ar Pensacola 5:
advice, etc., willsance by AN'ED-A good cook immediately. FOR SALE.-1 8-hole range, 1 o with privilege of light housekeepiBoley, Louisvll and Nashlle Ral. :00m ar Pensaola 7
willing assistance by ap Call at surgeon's quarters, navy do haIo air brooder, 1 lout rt.ri Block and half from Palatox, 219z ,. mo-D's.aeWr n&OILBoley, Louisvillean Nasvle *9"00m ar Pensaola 7:
-he Matron of the Salvation .al a. s carters navyI door hot air brooder, 1 lot partridge rnment trom m road Co., a corporation, successor *9:00pm ar Pensacola 9:
I-Pscue Home, 33-d St. and ave-, yard. Penacola. jlyl6lw Cochin Chickens, 1 oyster shell grind- Go nment St. 23nelm to the Pensacola Raiload Co., a SUNDAY SCHEDULE
Birmingham, Ala. dh. i YOUNG MEN-Our illutrated cata er, 60 foot Galvanied pipe and polnt. Newly furnished rooms for light A mod, T corporation; A. V. Clubbs, C. B. Electric car will leave Pen
logue explains how e teach Apply to J. f Muller an t Forbes Dry housekeeping. Cheap. 310 E.m Ro l' ^o.e'1 ntii, and Parkhill Thomas C. Watson, W. every hour from 6 a. m. to 10
7-ED.-The Merchants Transfer trade in few weeks mailed free. Moler Good Store. 16juae. ma St. 15junelm ors rt t. P O Anderson, Alex Stoddart, N. Thur* inclusive, and Saturday night or
-,- -, trade in few weeks, ma Ied free. M ,e., .-.-.. West G flest L l h t-u=on Fannie aes, lectra I. 11Up. in .,ust and lave Bib annie
wants your moving and hUling. Barber College, New Orleans, La. FOR SALE-A small sailboat. A BOOM AND B&ARD.-Delilgtfu l 1o- R ton Fannie E Hine, Eectra B. 11 p. m., and leave Bib Bayou
akage guaranteed. T. B. Thor- 2jylyim' staunch and safe boat In any weath- cation on bay shore; boating, bath.- Richards, Josphine G.W. Terry, Pensacola every hour at 7e30
opa Phone978 1l.anelm. er. Address P. X., Journal Office. ing and fishing. Inquire of Mrs. C. C. ON, DOLLAR AND F.P. Van Baough Livingston and Abida and so on until 10:30 p. m., wit
WANTD.-Agents In different coun-.25june Herman, at Fishervtlle. 3junelb. Rw "Booth. exception of the first car leaving
S :) -A light second hand skt. ties in Florida to haie Alpine Safe UiCKBN WRHAT produo- eggs. FOR RENT.-Two furnished rooms erwe Out On Mnday ,the fourth day of Sep sacola at 6 a. ., whic will, o
heap for cash. Address 11 and Lock Co.'s Fire and Burglar Proof 0 Makes owls especially well savorw. for rent. Light usekeeping01W. at 3t t He mber, A. D. 19 Thuton an tain, l the Bao
..al ne.w. Safe Vault Ptures of every T ehe- capest, ood beanie E. a. m., and the 2:40 p. m. car wilN
'" ideserption. Write me for term--. Mellen & Co Phone 23C : -a- .. Haines. ectra-B-ERhrds, Josepnlle Big Bayou st 2:40 p. m.
eScarritt Moreno. Pensacola, F tem. Flor- R .. C.. .PARTIES Who mc. to re touse C W. Terry, Van Bapigh Lwi~vgqton The above Ia the week day sc.
Ta Ste R SAL.- am Florda State Aget teams Dti else or ta LM R. Abida Bpoth and Alex er Stoddart which will begin Friday, April 15.
r Ameran atonal Bank Ida State A t.jne. for Fite and Burglar Proof Safes and matter, will find The Journal Want j. H. POR sa1imaker. T1 aat are required to appear to the bill filed Electric car will leave Pen acc
S-t, price. Address L J.' WANTED.-Two good canassers vault Fixtures of all descriptions Ad a great help Platz treet. Oers take ter against them hereit. This order to be 7, 8, 8:50, 9:50, 10:50, 11:50, a. m
.1 na junnt2mted; wll pay straight salary o manufactured by Alpine Safe at Ir HOTEL--Open alht and day. tea, arlt e8 a 4tstools ad hoes published once each week for eight 12:50. 1:50. 2:50. 3:50, 4:50, 5:50,
wanted will pay straight salary to Lock Company of Cincinnati, Ohio. apen rlao. eRooms Ight ad c Pl n bla WANTED -Your ee: rc work of aull the right m Addesu S Journal Communicate with me for prices and es. Transwe. tade o-ot-l 57. --d S-) Journal, a newspaper published in e Big Bayoun and immediatel
", L'"- c.ea your f aas. re turning from Big Bayou to Pal el II. a e sofotod ,-Journal, a new s
k,;,of Lt u21 c.ean your etaas re- terms before buying elsewhere. Scar-. 79 South Palafto. Jos. S. Nicolan, said Escanbia county. A. M. McMil.turng from Big Bayou to Pa
pd.- .,: .,.uIuo. JLo your wiring. etc. ritt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla. .v. FO t lan, Clerk Circult Court. By L. G. Av. Beach will await arrival of s
'.,, i. 71 I'ernsac.:a Electric Co., Any intelligtnt perMa may earn a 28June. ... train from Pensacola and wil
er I..tlJi,..a aud Baylen reeti. good income corresponding for new. -ORSALEk 74toot slop rigge FOR SA -Neat cottage with o acola Jul l 1 run to Peacola ahead of the
1iuneim. Ipaeru ; no asaasetag; experience skiff, 8 foot beam, carries 75 yards block fronting onu Bayview Park, f FOR. RN--Twelve-room dwelling PJ flyt,905 from Fort Barrancas.
sary. Send for In good condition. A bar- of 13th and 14th streets. A charming ornerHayneand Wright. Suitable pr t, obs t e
;,mri of .imported pure olive oil, N. Y. 13June3m foxS2, 23junelmA .fAC ij-V... .o 2 f uly . a. car schedule and wll work i. co
.: 1. 1 gallons, half gallons'R fBSALB-Home on Bayshore. oI Th llPI h ton wt it.
.r -- lightfully located four-room cottage FOR RENT-New five-room cottage
TE- Thep o fena Ior Money to Loan, at Magnolia Bluff adjoining Raijroad on car line, corner 18th street and
w people oft PenFsacola R S d s O enclosure. Apply to A. M. McMilan. 8th avenue. Inquire at Turton's Photo a 4o Of PasaDla, Sl. W
-c. ase worr.viug. Le The Journal n upMO TO iMn-r1 9lapril gallery. 12july a
Adso Fo;l, the problem for you..FOR SAIAf,-Good secan4nd upb MONT TO aND goo rR a OR SAL,-One Chce blockoathe -
are expv" Je.ectiies, and cans right piano, good as itew at 12 East tso teMstci, ty good cart!, of tCe ridge east of the electric.
;e ma, ou ae OOkig for Government St. w at railway, between 7th and 8th streets pe. The ry place for artie LD PAPERS
uliuded Ia the 2.,000 or 30,000 er buildn. SUls Nature has favored this section and ipwis The try p lace for partie s sE A
wlk make ;the population of TOR SALA-P'reh batter, cream, MON Y LOANED am a y a al esnnot be duplicated. A. V. Clubs. mershing to spend the balance of suale. TE T
k 4a. I sweet milk, and buttermilk, de- j t p Prpety. pra mer months. Apply W. Cater, at FW. BARROW, Maste
livered at any time of day. No. 40S weekly er intlyp. Wr aeg as Gas ofce. 9jlylwk -- wiST-CLASS PASSENGER
S.. ESTATE WANTED-Within E Belmont street. Phone 907. 71lylm* money. see me. J. Wi11so, aIs W LOST FOR RNT.-L-wer floor of desirable FREIGHT SENRVIC
ee or four wi.es of Pensacola' Goverasetma. t bulisn residence on North Hill, unfurnish. GIVE YOUR HAULING TO
1re good farmiun land; also 160 FOR SAL,-Se0cod-haad cash na 1. 4e U STSaturday afternoon either on ed. Address 444, care Journal. -Between-

(\E f-Hauling and transfer O TR:TOrN e factss I s.gM toned gold mnameled bracelet. Finder LaRiua street. Apply to R. M. Cary, Te T ra .I And all points on St. Andrews
OTHffice phone n63. Residence gaOTa ^load ma e da~r ~ MONEY LOANED on a ki dMat O will be liberallyrewarded upon re- 44 8. Palaftox stre 7June HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Carralle and Apalahica.
-' ?. Acosta & White, 22-28 N. & ~rUls makes bet sot o al property oa short nottes. turong same to No. 225 East Wrigt FOt RENT-Twestyroom hou. e co- SCHEDULE
-. i.ach .. ~ ag*c, a a S r j. Terms eay. J. W. uBallard. Upstairs tet. 16jlylt e sarra and Sarragoss a street. SPECIAL ATTYNTION GIVEN TO Leave Pensacola Sunday, 8:3
', -^ r tr -h J .. 58 28% South Palafox St., Phone 1144 I(ISING--A white boy eleven yeas Suitable for boardlag house. Apply BAGGAGE DAY OR NriHT. ., for Mobile, Ala.
SD-Or.Pers for The Joanamas ha Sno old. Has scar on left side of chi. to Mr. M. J. Moreo, 216 East Zarra-. --- ave Pensacola, Tuesday, 8:3
S,. Penacola anld Panama CanMal THE W ST L WOOD YARD caR UNa AMITED mott ot a to Disappeared from hAs home about go 36mt PHONE 978. m., for St. aAndews, Millvile,
S*rwhi half Ws Srey pe supply y70 withk tv Wood, block mU klld of perusal we wi eeks agvAaAy informatyte PORei SveAdbeu lly located block P. 0. e0X, t la cola, Carrabelle and interim
c tha oak wood, spit weed pige knots, or Special ra tes to bs.ees aos ssT voS yber, In New CitRy,. also.sveral lots overlook. W_-----..... ac points.la Carrabelle and nter
..r, J e1Journnl kindling. Rng phoae 1s88. C. H. lona The New York La Ca. 0g! L Vermillion.625 Helnburg St. Ing the o.ty loBlouk 80, New City; also For additional Information apple
speci ual senes. 15ce.Williams poprietor, cr. G Ct. ani Bootn PT -eo LfST--Panama bat, between town other lots in and around the city. Very J.WfuZU j' US C R. SAUNDEi
; -Second-hand Coran, Oat Jackson. Sayla and Little Bayou. For reward, re- cheap. Phone 470. J. C, Pebley. it Us ...lU UL E. R. COBB, Prest
*. seed meal sacks. Out o Sa-- Pa W Shg t tur to F M. Blount. 22 East Wright. 20Juhelm. Gen. Frt. and Pass. Agt.
ts l c--ted1. Write. ^ SALE.-1-sme cormr MONY TO LOAN ON D MOIM wL 123Iy rgi It'O brick stores, 104 and Dealers o Pnsnacoo. Fla.
lot, 8 blods bum hIe, lot Mx Watches, Ch ass and all kinds LUOET, HTRAYAD OR STOWEDN-C YP RE8 SS1th thra stre,,--
1. -:" :, 2 on eaM year a* collatemu securty at l oweg r .l^hbt red cow, with a defective hor. Desrable or mere itle poses LUMBER, LATHS, SAWEDCYPRE
S" 'He guaat all br akt- o stei T sa t. B -aremla In ua.sme rd for return to 1801 N.9DaDv weebep Ap Thos. Pebley SHINGLES AND KILN- LTrRL mi i

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s. THE MILTON INDEX to beat her with the whip- rather, blacuilt, signified fruittfulness,
July 30th to be ab- WE-MW INDEX NewO ni l. reeked His House. hospitality and pwesperity. The rice
Miss Louie Roberts returned Thurs- New Orleanss J Pl t Bale The insane man, who had terrorized that was showered upon a bride had a
Sen tl Au US day from Aa vist to relatives in Pe- bale of the JuLyw cro hr r the neighborhood for an hour or more, dmllkr meaning. For many centuries
sent until day from a visit to relatives in Pen- bale of the new crop e aton for this c arn fu
sacola. season was received FrIay It was bad run his wife and children away after the Romans left the custom was
T. F. West waa legal visitor to sold at auction for 20 cate a pounds from home, and had almost completely to break the biscuIt over the bride's
I & U Pensacola 0 WedaeM ay As customary, the proceeds wee demollied all furniture and glass- bead, and then the fragments were.-
Judge Dani Co mpbel came down given to charity, ware. After finishing this he began picked up and piled before her fordis-
from DeFunlak Tuesday night, and to chase people who happened to pass tributlm to her friends. At the resto-
Le C PHILLIU S, N. D. was the guest o *-Dr. and Mrs. Mc- BE A BEAVER near. Several months s.nce he was, a-tl Charles 1. returned with a
HOMEOPATHIST. Kinnon. He was a business visit SBi gCrow Left placed in jail for being insane, but small army of rnch cooks who
Ogee at No. 7% 8. Palat, Blo oM to Pensacola We ieeday. One of the lar est w that eer 8.sOn became rational and was re-! smalllary on rtench cooks. who b i c
Uaimi.g. Mr. Jas. Mlugh, Jr., spent Sun- Patronized an exmcurs m, lefw t thev er ty leased. eely onred the ancient bi
Ofce Hours-8:30 to 11 a. a., e s was the guest of Dr. end Mrs. Mc- last night on the chuap esura Condition Critical. Into a delicious piece of confectionery.
to 5 p. m. Hugh accompanied -him home, after Mobile and New Oresas vr At an early hour this morning a re- ed it with sgar and gradually adorn-
eslidence, 10 North Palafox. Phone having made I pleasant visit to her coach was filled whs the .train left port reacheoi the city that the conal.- ed t with emblematical devices, till It
i-two rind a. OS ce Pho ne a sister, M rs. Blm. er. the union depot. tion of Mrs. Ross was considered very towered into the amazing structure
Sundays-Subject to calL Mrs. F. DeLnd and little daugh- serious as the wounds were very which the luxury of later times has de-
m- ter, of Peneolal, -who have 'been de~p, In addition to the very serious veloped.-London Chronicle.
visiting friends ad latlves here, re-. shock to her system. I
CAPrAIN turned home Wedneday kr a s T n.
1Mrs. Louise o and little M-issm BE A BEAVER. r and you." inveighed agan. st
Saatlnn M OSr s a- r. eyExc ds in I0On account of the non-aivalof my
lN C Silas Holla Aa business trip W my new saloon.No. 12 West Zarragoon n
MLAU IFM S to PensacolaTue sday. Boaosm Wt "b. asrtreet as I had announced. I will.. tp on*e s i yng "here and there and
Mr. T. Ba*~ ea was a passen- 5-,.-- however, be ready to cater to the bot- verywhee" or "all over the place." Frank Reill. Agent P nala FI
_ClPID, ROBT. L. E., NANCY AND ger to MP4 14.0119 T Y. Steam eCr Col'Umbl tie and Jug trade and will be pleased It l thU defined In Jasuleson: ___- r -_ ...1
SEDNA 8 .C. Curtis, the turpentineop Wi Leae the ty T: p. to have my friends call. "Htith and yeat. topsy taury, in a ---
ight of .wflaOk akin- i M. DANNHEISSER, st of disorder. s. yont sisgnise be. Vt V I-TA I .t Robt. Cckett, 9
"Migs of Lams lliaNIda OfA]e MLarrenM ND YY94,hther1 an yo A. o.. hr and11 agi fyon.. Luder, 'w
t. '- -i .e Barrea MDAY- .-. Death of Mrs. Lcanogford. R oof rt. t,'- e, e r .
W be barteme by the hour, day or is the atteretie uest *~of reI Mrs.eMaryangford ohot hither ocoa omeWh Drs culosis: Mary Ann Milf.)r I.
t i sonable. Mr. and r.. J.Mr. Wd Wlli.as, Smr. WILL RETURN .W a. few months since from Chiocago r he!et tree e am ntter it behooves a' thie Past Brits de .
,uastbf Tcikle and CookingV UteC- A ATCH 11i O ~ a her health, expired tt her home a t u thiem weMl to tak to that t a Th foko i'oobtttl Stewar.
Saf aie i fdesird. A West Romana street last night at :89 te t 1 opened that canna be gig and deaths nbirthS 2 t fever; John Wbhdb .
< veLs, MPHONE RE EIHMNi1 WV o'clock. after a llngerin. lllness, Th 1W ap.-'" ($ A. Wylle, 2.20.) tied ia th ea.e t clark t the s
SLwttl in -Txa. eial w1 occur Monday at 19le- t doW s aot give It, but Hile th. Births
Waco, Tas J .&--A er who segrces being. condu cta nl i gllI eii* Colored-To ChaU. Cr p
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a Sunday excursicus Sundaya asfollows: rr sfL rosaU i O m ai

A DiscordLeave City at 10a. mi for Statin. V"sLS. IN 3O KRTlesBros
A ic c : F -tLeave Pensacola 3 p. m. for Statio. August Belmont, Br s. Barnes, Fie Life V
. . ,, "rThe pamaphbeftf for the equl.P-,-- Leave Station p. m. for Gulf ad 2967, Tampico to Gulf Transit Co.
STie can -- it ,-. meat oel the aYmnaslam of the new return to Station. Auguate, Aust ss, Lacevich, 171,
good taste does not In- Y.M. CA. building WIhch was ordered Leave Station 6 p. m. for Pensacola. New York to Gulf Transit Co.
uence its election. That some tie i ncthe Spaulding Parties can stop at Station on fr.st Ballagglo, Ger ss, 1798, Boss. New
is wIy our Tie depart- Manufaeturlag i hrough OF. 8. trip and return to the-City in Ient York tA. A. Brown & Co.
e a-.-lt. M reh of thigsr it, ro expected tro ||eJuL LrUtlo trip. Brantingham, Br as, Flause, 1685,
meant appeals to most reach here wita a f tew weeks, %.. Las Palmas to Fr. J. Schreyer.
men; good taste I Its it ias now being feked and -prepared iPFARE FOR ROUND TRIP. 50 CENTS E1, Br ss, Nielsen, 1229, Pomaron la
boast. orsh nt. I II CHILDREN, 25 CENTS. to J. A. Merritt & Co. ll lVl
o a.. The apparat ordered covers every- I ll Pert, Ital ss Parodl, 2697, Bostoni
thing necessary for the complete to Gulf Transit Co. Ir so rate, a7'
i 5 509 75 equipment of a rat-.las ymnasi T,.um, Goodwood, Br ss, Boo". 2313 ,Balti ba a lower death rate, lower ps rt. a
PAr e "55 75 and when it Is laataled Pensacola will Following is a list o the Real Turpentine Stlle l more to Wm. S Keyser Co. nteret rate th any company doi
$ 1 .A I lol 23,l0tn have one of the most modern gym-, tate Txransfers for. the week ending B s. InChmoor, B" ss, Curtis, 3078, New- 1 asould be eay for yo to decide th rt.
.naslum in the at9. The equipmert'.July 13, furnishedby s 4 Brow* McMillan Bros. Co. aste to Gulf T transit o i o.
A lealls for an eutl ft about $1,300, and Co: r K G s. 1582 Kahdb t u
A splendid showing of is as follows: T. J. Busey to. A. West, .1 1-uu Steh e Lsmer co. ,a, WIIs eral At
Negligee Shirts, white Six No. 10 cbpt machines. chains by 3.16 chlis In i SW% of i anufu e Union mrssLFomter.72 Grand Cay-
neat figures and stripes, Two No. 15 chet machines. W% See. .3, Tp. 5. N. R. 30 W. $25:40. a lan to master
plain and pla ted bosoms One speclal abdominal mat to foldi Salle E. Cummings -to W. L. ZaqI + Obile, Ala. Miramas. Br ss, Anderson, 1561.
laI $125 and.d $1. up. ne po ary, % interest in Sec. SA, Tp. 2 SA. _L New Orleans to Hyer Bros. i -1
$i0,, 1,5 and $1.0. one pedial Yowhag machine. 30.. $10,000 and other cousnaideratioti. - -- n-- ib?;o, Ital ss, Zi.ti, 2512,
One No. 11 wrist roller. .. M. Davidson to Bease L. Pat- i 1A r K / r r + impa l6 Gulf Transit CT- i s ji ll|
One No. 78 parallel. person, 4 acres in SW corner of S. J ... Peclne, Aust ss Sarlijanovlch, 1463, -V---
One No. 0 vaulting hore. of SW% Sec. 10, Tp. 1. N. R. W., -1 Tampico to Gulf Transit Co.
Two NO. 25 JU.p boars. and other considerations. ...... Romola. Br s, P.-esant. 1380, Huelva l|-- lS- l _- IIl
One No. 28 inclIsed board. W. A. Dunham to Amerjeqas Mi(ca. Naval Stores Maiket. to Master s IrPesa 1 0 |-n WOrkS and S upply (
oJ hn W hoite .e No. i b att booarsd ell, N. 40 ft. of S. 110 ft, lot 5, blk. Savannah, Ga., July 15-The naval r Harr 213 PhilaS u ...
WJ W hite One No. 38 w parallel ban. 56 Donelson tract, 60.00 stores market closed to-day as fo StanopeBa r. r s, 2132, PCo il- Manufacturers and Repairers
56 on tac, $ delphia to W. S. Keyser & Co.
One No. 79. horlzonta vaulting bar-. executors of Wmin. ~Isher, Wm. A. l owa: S San, l ss nc Genoa MACHNERY AND BOILERS
Or Mn i One No. 72 horlsontal bar. Blount, Wm. H. Knowles, Wm. S.WW .........................W.4 70 to Gulf Transit Co. FOR INGS MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPL
205 207 S. Pal-f. ne N 2priSS rPn._ .tlrr. Keyser and John K, twin- to J-hn V-G ...............K........ e Teresa, 4ust ss, Perhich, 2331. Gal-1 F STN MSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
--Oepa io -- Six N o. 126 taveting rings, stirrup Lomax Bell, lot 26, square 28, Maent ..........................4 10 veston to Pensacola Lumber Co. t -- attention I Ren to all ordersP day or nigh
Phoe 225. patterns. B. tract 75.00. t Mn .......................... 4 05 vina Span ss. 19S3, Bustlnzi Prompt at il
One 20-foot horizontal ladder at Same to same, lots 27, .$9 and 34in K ............ ............... 4 00 Tampa to Gulf Transit L. for Jas cro celebrated Log and Timber Do
hangers. Block nt tract, .00. Wanderer, Br as, Hunter, 2666, Chof 123. PHIL WITTMAN
One No. elimbiag roe H Ferer ad Bu to H .......................... 3 0 Liverpool to A. A. Brown & Co. Offeie Phone 1. P. .
One Molino striking bak and disc. Robert E. and Elisabeta A. Colean G ........................... 3 85 Barsi. Resident Phone 1029. Box
* C ULrr aC tL One pair No. 108 adJustable vault- lot 1 -an 2, block 138, New City, -...1 ..........3 DeGro Oobat Ital bk
ing standards. and other, considerations.' "E........................... 3 65 DeGrogori Giobatta, Ital bk, Fer-I -,4L%%UM' .........
A AOne set No. 104 chest bars. J. C. Gry. to Aeri MD ........................... 345 rarl, 1294, Buens Ayres to Yellow
abdqnIlnal strap, lots 6 a.d7,a byk. 44, mew rMitye,1000 C.......................... 340 Pine Lumber Co.
One abdominal cleat.dots a nd e ou Spirits Turpentine. 58 cents. omelia, Port bk, Dominges. 1117.
Cleaning & Dyeairs 1-und dumb bells and and oth cosiderat e pirits Turpentine58 cenBuenos Ayre toPensacola Lumber ir
W o k *I hnl~holders. D. M. Gray to sam#, same property, Co. T So IC E O A n WOu
5-u Ii$1.00and other consideationstal bk Due Cingunl, Olivarl, 1258, IC
hold. J. Hooto to R. P. Butler, los from Genoa. to Rosasco Bros. n uleae
Works ." "hlders. 1bs tod a1 Hn Bloc 1d : MEWS NOTES Wesob?.neou KingICK, COAL and WO
IM1U RSHIP RATES $1.00 PER Four dozen model S. bar bells. 1 to 5 and 24 in Block 124, West King, N AY Innocenta, Ital bk, Garriano, 769, Ft g1? gd "U g
MONTH. 4 dose bar bell holder. BONFde France to Rosasco Bros.
Made ad OeNt's Cloth.a tg ele"ed. 4 dozen No. 4 Wands and Racks. J. ~. Long to Leslie E, Brooks, lot Oceana, Port bk. Molledo, 1123, New, Offc--Corner Chase and Tarragon. Phoi
es aMd rmpaired. Goods called fo"r 1 No. 2 medicine ball 3, blk. 106, New City, $1.00 and other Orleans to H. Baar_ & Co.
ued delivered. One No. 3 medicine ball. considerations. Special to The Journal. Thomas. Ital bk, Garro. 803., to C. B. .,.
ABELL & FINCH, PROPI, Two Medicine ball rack. W. -L. Morgan to W. P. Reed, lot 8, Bonlfay, July 15.-Mr. David Ses- Caflero.
140 L Government O S One M. basket ball. bik. 103, Pttersen AdUiton, $150.00. soms, of North Carolina, is visiting
PhMae No. 163. Pensacola, Fla.. One pate basket ball goals. Milton Planing Mill Co. to j. .#.bis.fa-ther Mr. Alex Sessoms, and fam-Sconr ti.Iilli II
SOn 5x20x2 Mat. brown. Gray, lots 6 and 7 block, 44, New ily. He will be here for some weeks. Harry W. Lewis, Br sch,. 279, Matan- o
S5xx4 Mat Brown. $1.00. Miss Mabel Wilkinson, of Pensacola, zas to J. A. Merritt &Co.JUS T INK T TI Y
1 0tlC y One 3x8x2 Mat. brown. Naval Stores Export Co. to South- who has been the guest of Miss Asen- Julia A. May, Hondurian sch. Scott,
S Four 4x6x2 Mat. brown. ern Warehouse Co. % interest In 90' ath Evans for several weeks, left tor 74, Ruatan to Master. COOKING WITH @AS.
- ^ i a fa One No. 07 Wrestling Mat, 15x16x2 ft. on. R.- right of way. by depth of Falco. Ala.. Sunday. She will return Lassel, Am sch. Reynolds, 1225, Bal-
Do 9 0. BUCKNW ER, 1.000 pound of assorted iron dumb 400 ft. on N. line of Maura Grept. to Pensacola in September. timore to master. .
SPECIALIST bell#. 664 ft. A. of NW corner of Grant. Lo Mr. William Sessoms and Miss Eva Magnolia,, Am sch, Houseman, Pas- .
EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT. "5.56 chains on R. R. by 14.91 chains Parker spent Thursday at Chipley cagoula to order. <
Office-No. 6 Brent Bldg. BE A BEAVER. in depth extending to W. line in NW They visited the beautiful place called Mary A. Judge, Am sch, Morris, 399, JSt turn a vAve strk a match an yOU h
Ofite Hours: 9 to 1 and 2 to 5 corner of Maura Grant. All land in Falling Water," whicb Is a .few miles Cardenas to master.
N. 18.4 acres of Maur Grant, W. from Cipley. Maxie, Am sch, Ward, Key West to quick fre. A simple twist of the wrist and you
PATTLLO CAMPBLL. THE COUNCIL R not deeded by L. Boey prior to .The man friends of Miss Dosia master. a slow or moderate fire, as you like. No dirty
Atneya tW -Aw. A-pr. 2, I 1.0 ft on R. H. by Wright will be pleased to learn that Ships.
Rem 405 ThieenBuildng. W M T 90 ft ndepthstarting at co she's rapidly Improving from her re Agostine Terrizano, Ital ship, Cu- handle E ryth g ean and kitchen ary d
Ro_405 of land deeded to Cronger by T cent illness. She t' now able to sit ners, 1170, Liverpool to master.
ITOS, S &,L C. Watson, $10.00 anndoter consi- up. auhter, of Na ymon, Rus ship, Aylnr, 1882, St.
-+REAL EAT LODAN HLD .Mrs. West and yOung daughter, Of Navaire to master.
LAW, REALOESTATE, LOANS AND, SPECIAL 8eM6 N TO BE HELD BE.Pitcher toAN. A. Carbon, BNEH alans, ubynooh ve P EeSAnC O LA v ho
COLA C TIONV Aof BE ot Sec. S2p, T t. A, ., 31 w... Sn BE A BEAVER.
PALAFOX AND ROMANA. TUE DAY AT fOON TO CON- ,unday.
PHONE 559. $1.00 and evehange of property. Mrs. M. A. Evans left Monday for 27 East Garden Street Phone 1
OIRS BOND QUESTION. Pensacola Investment Co. to B. R. Mare Island., Cal., to visit her son, CART DRIVERS DISCHARGED
J. P. STOKESN Anderon ots 19 and 20 hJ c blk. 186 Naval Constructor Holden A. Evans, IN MUNICIPAL COURT. I=PALllltttltltt.Iill li llllltllfI'llillIill u --am--- -
New City., $1.00 and other considera- and family. Mr. Evans has been on -
os t W A special session of the City Council John Sunday to Burke ardwell, lot duty at the Mare Island yard since The three city cart drivers, who
10B East Government Str~et. has been called by Mayor Bliss to p blon od t oat v r tstM Peblev his promotion last November. Mrs. were arrested Friday upon complaint ****
General Law Practicen meet Tuesday at boon. when the bond 4 bk..42.5West Ki g "trc,* Peley Evans will see all the sights of the of Chas. W. Johnson, for dumping
question will be considered. It is ex- "m ean lliv w to tvi and Caro7.5. West during her visit, which will be street sweepings on Garden street,
G'ERO E DOUVILLE, rerted, as the meeting is to discuss an i D.8f. Slivn t o David andCaroline of several months duration. were discharged yesterday morning,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. important question that there will be hTnob ft. 6rnt I sn Bcht, Roanat 894 The pretty new home of Mr. S. J. when they appeared before Recorder
ATTORNEY-AT-AW a ui by 40 ft. front on Baylen St., lots 19 Wright is going up very rapidly and Laney in the police court. E
Rei Thieen Bid. phone 73& a full attendance, or at least that all and 235, Old City. I fete simple, but wright i gong up very rapfdly and Laney In the police court. m e
Io MO t ~memopbrs w re in n he 7s wto hr atht i at sold, to go to wilbe ready for occupancy in a few It was shown that the men were l a 0l A ttI? RA
me mObLTW,, there to participate In the dicussion. at their death if not'n ol, to go to10 weeks, only obeying instructions in placing IS i U IA U-U 6T BV
DR OUL R The bond matter is no iin such iJohnson.D ulvan 1.00. Mr. Alex Se.ssoms and daughter, the trash there, having received the
DENTIST. The bond matter is now i n pated uch Davd Tobin to D. Sullivan, same Mrs. W. L. Sessoms, went to Hartford. same from their superior. Further- C We have everything that Others have ad CVCryt
MODERN DENISTRY will pass its see.oai reading at this p e t or to BeWie L. Patter- Ala., Wednesday to attend conference more, it was proven that the practice t r a t av and at CUt CS
lt-- p meeting, and be ady to be pPteedr They returned Friday night. ol dumping the trash at that point was that th oth dont ha at icS
O MODERATE PRICES P e po th be nthird yt tobe pc t son, 1d acres in "SW of 8% Sec. W. L. Whorley, who has been the L. started Just about four years ago, and Standard Granulated Sugar, 16 pounds for..............
O e-Southwest corner of Paf po nte t nr and ast remain at t 10, and I acres in SW1 o1 SW4 Sec. & N. agent at Sneads for the past has continued each day since that 5 gallons Pure Georgia Cane Syrup............. .. ......
andte next regular meeting. 10. Tp., 1 N. R *. 31 W.,5.0. ear, was in town this week visiting time. 10 gallon keg Georgia Cane Syrup ............ .... ...
d tBE A dEAVER. U.S. A. to John h Merritt, S3Ho his family. He was en route to Pine- It was the intention, however, of the Florida Syrup, per gallon................ .. ........
W ELSH & SM ITH sc. Tp. 4 N. R. 3 W.. Homestead. apple. Ala., where he will be agent. present offcers, to commence a reform Best Patent Flour 98 pound bags ........ ...... .. .. ....
--s* WILL ORGANIIW LODGE OF3. B. Vaughn to s aitader Mill Co.. lt is friends are pleased to learn of his in this line as they saw that it did not Pure Sugar Cured Sweet Itams, per pound .. ...........
TIST BEAVERS IN PENSO all gum trees on lots N. Sd N lot promotion, tend to make that portion of the city 12 cans Magnolia Milk.............. .... .... ......
T EAEC ear. all pe timbp. 1N 0 lW.hes anr BE ABA VE <-very healthy by allowing all classes Tennessee Butter, 1* pounds ....... .......... ......
PHONE 525. W. H. Fruticher supreme organ 6 trom rnd at n00 BE A BEAVER. of refuse to be placed there. This Creamery Butter, per pound...... ...................
S. Her, Birminguttiher,supreme, organ upS C 1000 ft ferm gra ardt $1.00 pere o would have been attendeai to at the Tomatoes, 2 pound Cans, per dozen. ...... ...... .. ...
a ., O 3 ,,g ,g Carpenter, of Lexington, Ky., special 5 years, $200.00. DP YHFIGHT WITH MANIAC. Works, as several of the members hadu i O d o .
organizer of the "pdependent Order A. F. West to Browder, 3.16 visited the place and decided to inau- e d ock Cash pros. C and T
nt l night. These Imen are here % Sec. 3, Tp. 5. N. nR 30 W.. $2e.00. Ot o order
rn 6, t Buldin. Phone, 86. prosptinlg and-If conditions are C. YOnge trustee and attorney to the blows with her hands ean+ ards BE A BEAVER. O W P R Y O R 0
DR AT aDam in this ity. The order in King, Belmont No., 91.00 and other come up the street and purchased two 127, 129, 131. 133 EaM Government Street,
E.stwell organized in many towns in considerations. loaves of bread and was returning Telephone--Produce Dept., 29. Grocery Dept., 223.
SEastern Florida. W. L. Zachary, attorney in fact for home. when she was confronted by The Wedlng cake. < .... .... .. ..e eeT*fpn r ref
BE A BEAVER. heirs of Jun Domingues to Sallle E. Marchetta, who demanded the bread. The custom of having a special cahe ,.0a. .0,,.:.00a00iO
W lll o Ef tAn Cummings, Sec. 34, Tp. 2 8. R. 30 W., She thought he was joking until he at weddings was introduced Into Eng-
will be out of town GLEANING8 FROM $20,000 and other other considera- grabbed it from her hands and began had by the Romans. This cake. or.


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1 A Week of Fact and Fancy, Fun and Folly in Florida \ I
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Patience i Necessary. Jokers hurried to the room to enjoy
1e After an Investigation of seven their laugh they found the young lady
months, during which seven witnesses almost prostrate with fear and shock.
W examines, seven prominent men It took come time to quiet her nerves
wo pt a tigta Oa sage were in- and restore her to normal condition.
mate by a brfte l gratd jry for The Joke was a cruel one that might
m iatingthe SberimaA emUSl t .law have rtted mest .*smual, esW I
These former Fwloridis are members told only to warm otler people again~-t
of Stalecheese & Sourbeer combtln- such practical forms of so-called fun.
, Fl. tion, and it will be at least seven hun- -Miami Record.
dred years before they are sent to * *
the penitentiary. It is needless to Hamilton a "Corker."
add that the immortal seven now live Hamilton county is jthe smallest
Fla. in Chicago, and the investigation has county in Florida, but "she's a corker"
city. been prosecuted by the department and don't you forget it. Raises more
a. Fla. under control of the Attorney General corn and sugar cane, has the largest
Ala. of the United States. This country summer resort (White Springs), tihe
is bound to break up the trusts, but best normal school, has more bigsaw
the people, including those of our in- mills, and the best people of any
sular possessions, must display pa.i- county in the state. To its size, this
ence. Great bodies, event a herd of county raises more Sea Island co'-
4 cattle, necessarily move slowly.- ton, if not the most. e:-'ides numer-
Leesburg Commercial. ous products in abundance, vi3:
S*. Fruits. potatoes, watermelons, can-
Plenty and to ar.teloupes, etc., which are exported
Plenty and to pare. e.every year in large quantities. Ba-
According to the Citien-Reportr. Acon, pork, cattle, chickens and eggs
Governor Brward. N P. Bryan. A. are among tae products that are ship-
Hamil- L. Brown and Nat Adams were the ped from this county. "Little, but
S four members of the board of control loud."--Jasper Banner of Liberty.
1, Ham- who voted for Lake City. This leaves .
Treasurer Knott, Supt. Holloway. See-
retary of State Crawford, Attorney- "im Crow" for Hacks.
General Ellis. T. B. King and P. K. The new "Jim Crow" law should
Yonge as voting on the side of the also apply to livery hacks, plraetous.
people for Gainesville. Well. that's etc. A thing or two we have seen in
enough.-Bronson Times-Democrat. our travels is what invites the sug-
*- gestion.-High Springs Hornet.
la. A Heartles Je.
Recent events have caused much Russians Outclassed.
discussion as to the proper way to ac< Its the height of bad form in Ja-
if one should be aroused in the night pan for a wife to express any opiu-
to find a strange man in the room. At ion contrary to her husband's. What
Norfolk. one of the local hotels where a num- chance had Russia against men who
ber of young ladies have taken part have their wives bluffe.i like that?"-
n Park! in the animated discussion, one young Tallahassee Capital.
Slady has asserted that if such an even. * *
should happen she would not be Papers Pay the Rest.
. ~i~t ;ftened. 'Tb prove the question There is not a newspaper in Florida
some of the others last night fixed upI but what will give the Mid-Winter
a dummy and placed it in her bed, Fair. to be held at Tampa. November
keeping the secret as quiet as the 15th to 30th, all the wiy from five to
grave. At about 10 o'clock the young fifty dollars' worth of advertising and
lady retired to her room, turned on never expect a dollar in return. Thei
,te electric light--d then there was idea that it is a "money making
something doing. Shriek after shri,,k scheme" is not entertained by but
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few, if any, publishers In the state. A Populet Pup.
But w(y the newspapers should do all We received a small dog a few
the advertising for nothing, running days ago by express, and since then
from forty to fifty dollars per month sleep at our house is out of the ques-
for four or five months, is one of those tion The canine has vefy strong
things which we can't make out, an- lna, and puts them in use at all-
ess it le because the..tat -* 1rs tle times. Poltically he must be a pop-
premiums and the papers 'be-expect- hat,'- O- We are-thinking ot-cal +ngr
ed to pay the rest.-Gainesville Sun. him Watson. There is no remedy to
* keep him quiet, and all night long the
Some Noted "Scoops." air is filled with hideous sounds that
Share calculated t"' drive a man to
Talking of newspaper scoops ,the drink. T'ihis is the last dog we expect
Iakeland Sun says: Some time ago to own.-Lakeland Sun.
the Green Cove Springs Times, a little t *
paper published far away from the Gubernatorial Timber.
hustling world, scooped the entire reports from Tllahassee state that
state press by announcing a historical Speaker Gilchrist of the house; Presi-
fact that had escaped the eagle eye Spent Trammel, of the senate; Senator
of the moulders of plllic opinion. The J. E. Crane, of Tampa; W. J. Bryan, of
Times made editorial mention tha Jacksonville, and others "too numer-
Columbus discovered America in 1492. ous to mention," will be candidates for
.Noi to be outdone by a piney woods governor to succeed Governor Brow-
sheet like the Times, our good friend ard. As Mr. Broward has only three
and neighbor. Editor Clough of the years and seven months to serve and
Sun. goes the Times several beter. is not eligible to re-election, it would
with thle statement that a colored man ibehoove the "candidates" to get a
in Lakeland had in his possession a I ove on them. The state papers are
silver spoon or cup t at was made In all open to announcements-and it is
Boston over 600 years ago. about 100 probable that some which refused last
years before Columbus is said to have year to carry 4ir. Broward's matter at
discovered America. Yon have been regular advertising rates, have cut
imposed upon, brother. Out of con- their eye teeth since then and will
sideration for Edi(or He:herington of give all candidates, a fair show.-De-
the News and Editor Jordan of the Land News.
Punta Gorda Herald. the Record has * *
modestly refrained from printing sev- Ye Luscious Razorback.
eral "scoops" about the "oldcst house One advantage of toe Florida razor-
in the United States."-St. Augustine back hog is that it never gets too fat.
Record. Its meat lies in layers of fat and lean
* and it has a rich, gmmey flavor, nor
Will Take a Rib found in pedigreed hogs. Sugar cured
We learn that Ralphus Parkeroot hams of the razorback are the finest
[Iennis is soon to take unto himself in.the world. The worll-famed Smith-
a rib. No cards are out e t.- il field hanls cannot hold a candle to
Srin ornt etHigthem. It will be a mistake to let the
prs Hornet. breed die out.-Jacksonville Times-
Union.
An Appropriate Sig. *
The writer's signature is rather for- Florida Good Enough.
bidding, but that is a good article on Now approaches the season when
road building in Bradford county.- people hie to the mountains or the sea-
Fernandina Star. "H. E. L!" There's shore. They go to seek health-so
nothing strange about that. Brother they say-and let's hope they'll find it.
Trimble. He was once a "devil." Florida's climate is the finest in the
Man's mind will revert to scenes ,if world. because it does not reach ex-
yore occasionally.-Starke Telegraph. tremes of heat and cold. No one dies


by freezing or by sunstroke. Yet,
many people leave during the season
of igs and grapes and go away to the
mountains to nibble on the products
of the biscuit trust and the packing
houses. Canned goona on a mountain
top beat Tried chicken at home-why?
- As* It to us!
As for us, give us the late roas'n'
ear. the fig, and the comforts of home.
Give leave to us to wander where the
pink chested perch disport, and where
the roar of the black bass is heard in
the land-and that's right here in Jef-
ferson county!
Hotel life in summer may furnish
choice gossip, exciting scandals, ab-
sorbing games of bridge, perspiration-
inducing dances, and 'variety-which
is said to be the spice of life-but. a,
for us "we never care to wander from
cur own fireside."-Monticello News.
* 0
Bad Luck of Keilers.
Bad luck seems to follow some fami-
lies all the time. Here are instances
of this: Chas. Keller. of Savannah,
was drowned Sunday near that city.
A week ago Richard Keller. an uncle
of the drowned boy, broke a bhxul
vessel and died at Whiie Springs. Fla.
Last November Paul Keller, a cousin,
accidentally shot himself with a rifle
and died. Frank B. Keller, a cousin,
was killed. in a railway accident sev-
eral years ago. and Sheldon Keller, an
uncle, also met his death by accident.
-Jacksonville Metropolis.
*


Somewhat Premature.
The Williston Advocate says
General Gilchrist is leading in


Following is the order od services
at the various churches today:
Catholic.
St. Michel's Church-First masm
6:30 a. m.; last mass, 9:30; vespers
5 o'clock.
St. Joseph's Church-First mass,
6:30 a. m., last mass 9:30 a. m.; ve-
pers 5 o'clock.
Church of Christ.
Church of Chri --Corner Alcols
and Jackson streets. Bible school 10
a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and
7:45 p. m. by W. T. Tracey. Prayer
meeting Wednesday night at 7:45.
0 a

Palafox Street Methodlst Churob-
Rev. B C. Oam., Ipator. Reularw t t
vices at 11 a. and .7:30 p. m. Sun-
ity school : 30a. J. N. Andrews,
uperln mdeat Oworth League 6:30

GadsA Set MUtheMst Chrctb-


Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. by school 9:45 a. m., H. J. Mackey, Supt. Sheds, corner of 10th avenue and Ar%-
the pastor, Rev. F. A. Rogers. Sun- Preaching at 11 a. m. by Nancy Kara- gon street, commencing Sunday even-
day school 9:30 a. m. Epworth League giozian, subject: "Purity in Life," at ing at 7:30, and continuing afternoons
Sp. m. 8 p. m. Mr. Karaglofsan will lecture and evenings. The pastor will be as-
Reed's Chapel-Rev. Geo. W. Car- on the "Island of Cyprus." This sisted by Rev. W. F. Wagner of De-
peater, Pastor-Services every first promises to be very interesting. Fundak Springs, who was recently in
Sunday at 11 a. m., by the pastor; Sun- Prayer meeting Thursday evening at meetings at West Hill church with


IS NOT MONEY



MAKING SCHEME


No Set of Mn Will Benefit Mbrtl

State Fair at City of

Tampa.


ANY SURPLUS THAT IA'Y RU
SULT WILL BE USED IN PRO.
MOTING SIMILAR MOVEM~fT
NEXT YEAR AND IN YEARBcTO
COME.

Tampa, July 15.-Complaint hambeen
made by several newspapers of the
state against publishing notes foe.
the State Fair without charges, this
objection being raised on account of
the charge that the fair movement it
a "money making scheme." This is
most assuredly not the case as every
safeguard necessary to prevent the
movement from benefttingany special
set of men or sections wa -talwe whe.
the association was organized at a
meeting attended by delegates from
all counties that could be interested at
the time, and the board of directors,
composed of the leading business mea,
of Tampa, intend that tins original resoa
solution shall be lived up to In every
particular. Were these directors dew
sirous of doing so, they couM easllyln
purchase every cent of the $5,04iW
capital stock of the association and'
appropriate all dividends that mlighOi
accrue to themselves. However, ina
proof of the fact that this is not the.
case, they !have had the subecriptiown
books open for several months, giving
absolutely every citizen of the state
of Florida an opportunity of subscrib-
ing from ten dollars up. There hav*
been many responses and not one oi.
the directors has subscribed for more'
than fifty shares--500---nor will they
receive one cent of compensation for
their labors, which fact is stipulated,
in the constitution and by-laws of thel
association. If the directors were de-
sirous of -holding the fair for their own
personal benefit, which they made im-
possible in organizing with various
county delegates present, they woulS
certainly not have advertised the stock
for sale but would have taken the en#
tire amount themselves.
The stock books will be open until
July 20, until which time any citizen
of Florida has the privilege of sub-
scribing and thereby aiding the move-
ment. The books will be closed on
that date, however, and the full
aracuat of stoeks sabscribe will be as*,
.eased in order that there may be no
delay in beginning the important work
of erecting fair buildings and advertis-
ing the fair and state in other sec-
ti whatever that may result from hold-
ing the fair will be used absolutely in
promoting the same movement nex,
year and in years to come. The fair
will be held for the good of the entire
state of Florida, absolutely no favorit-
ism will be shown to any men or any
section, in view of which the directors
respectfully request the aid of every
newspaper in the state, and guarantee
that no paper, small or large, will
'have cause for regreting same.
The directors appreciate to the full-
est extent the work the newspapers of
Florida do for every pn!blic movement,
and they will not be found wanting
when an opportunity of showing this
appreciation is given. Even in the
slightest detail, especially in the mat-
ter of awarding premiums, every sec-
tion will be on an absolutely equal
basis for which reason the advance
premium lists have been sent to every
board of county commissioners in the
state in order that they may criticise
them and make any suggestions as Ov
desirable changes. Every producer la
the state is requested t> keep in itind
the dates, November 15-30-and to be
represented by exhibits that will re.
flect credit upon the various counties
and state at large.
IF. L. HUFFAKER.'

m. and 4 p. m. Sunday school 9.30 a,
m. All welcome.
St. John's Church-Warrlngton. Rev.
A. T. Sharpe, minister in charge
Evening prayer and sermon, 7:30 p.
0 *
Lutheran Church.
German Lutheran Church-Rev. J.
F. W. Relnhardt, pastor. English ser.
vice 7:30 p. m. No German and Sun.
day school during the summer.
Scandinavian Lutheran Church-.
Services at 10:30 a. m. and 6 Jp. sa
Rev. Helle, Pastor.
Christian Science.
The Christian Scientists hold th14
meeting Sunday at the Masonie Tea.
pie at 5 p. m. The Wednesday MI
ing will be at 5 p. n., same place.

Presbyterlan.
First Presbyterian Church--B .
Julian S. Sibley. pastor. SundaE
scLool 9:30 6. m. Christian endeavor
6:30 p. m. There will be preaehlI
at 11 o'clock by Chaplain Perry at


day school at 10 a. m., J. E. Beal 8 o'clock, led by Mrs. H. J. Mackey. Pastor uottrell. iTe re-organzation iort onrrancas.
superintendent All are invited to attend these servi- of the Bast Hill Baptist Church is con- Sunday school at the Stoddart Avn
Muscogee Wharf Church-Rev. Oeo. ces. templated next Tuesday evening, the nue Mission at 4 p. m. C. P. Zeek
W. Carpenter, Pastor-Services every 18th tist. superintendent All are cordially t
first and third Sunday at 7:30 p. Baptist. * vited.
conducted by the pastor. Sunday rst Baptist Church-ev.. P Jseoas Unlvervallit. *
school at 3:20 p. m, J. N. Andrews, pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. by Rev. First Unlversallat Ohnurh-Bast Salvation Army.
superintendent. Prayer meeting every E. A. CottrelL No even, Chase street. Sunday school at 10 a Services every night-at 8 o'clock I
Thursday night at 7:30 o'clock. service. Sunday school at 9:30 a.. . m.; Y. P. C. U., 7:00 p. m. All are the tent, South Bast Corner SevilW
Warriagton Churmh-Rev. Geo. W. D. Beg, suwntteadent. Sunbeam cordially invited. square. A cordial ainvtatiom to aDg a
Carpenter, PFstor-ServIcos every Society 4 p. r.; B. Y. P. U. 7 p. m. * *extended. Richard Norris, captala
at 7:30 p. m., every fourth Sunday. West ill curch.--B. A. Cottrell, plsoepal. charge.
Sunday school at 10 a. B. Fred pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and Christ Chirch--Re. P. H. W l. *
Blum, saperintendest. 7:4 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday D. D. Rector. Regular services at 7:30 First Church of Christ, Slentist.
* at 7:I0 p. a. and 11 a. m. and 5:46 mp. First Church of Christ Scentig"
Christian. uast fliU Mlsloa--4 Y. Pitts, pa- St. Katharine's-Certfates and a Service at 11 a. mi Servte wil
Fit Christian Churth-Corer Al- tor. A series Gospel Mission meet- vis streets Rev. Andrew T. harpe reo- held in the Penacola Library
caits and SGreSry streets. Sday tlag wfl te bt sWright's Mial tor. Regular serrice 7:30 a 11U a. ig on East Chase seL t.e
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the


race for Governor. Folks in this part
of the state haye not ye' been notifie.i
that tfie race is on.-Punta Gorda
Herald.
Left at Lake City.
There is nothing left at Lake City
now except Congressman Clark anod
Editor Appleyard. Tampa is a good
town. gentlemen, come south and grow
up with the country.-Tampa Tribune.
* *
A Unique Comparison.
Summer wanderers are leaving the
city like ducks flocking to a dough
pile.-Tampa Tribune.


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Col. and Mrs. Robt. J. Lowry of this
city, gave an elegant dinner at the
country Club last Thursday evening
in compliment to Judge and Mrs. WII-
liam Bailey Lamar, of Monticello, Fla.,
who left PriKay for a trip North. The
dinner was served in the terrace from
a table elaborately decorated in sweet
peas, showing the colors of rose, and
there was a delicate foliage of aspara-
gas fern to complete the artistic ef-
fect. Mrs. Lowry wore an exquisite
toilet in white mtll and valenciennes
lace, her iat of lace trimmed in white
plumes. The dinner was preceded by
a coaching party, Mrs. Lamar notably
handsome and occupying the box seat.
She wore a Frenchy toilet of pink and
white silk. In the congenial party
were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Calloway,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Shedden, Mr,
and Mrs. Thornton Marye,. Miss Mat.
tie Slaton and' Mr. Thomas B. Paine.
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heard to say they had had a most de-
lightful time and everyone seene.; to;,
enjoy themselves. The ladies in
charge state that in a financial way
the success exceeded their expecta-
tions.
A charming Tennesseean now de-
voting her time largely to the exciting
sport of "crabbing." says she w3ulk
"Rather live in Pensacola and own -:
bathing suit than anywhere else ant
own an automobile.
Miss Florence Fondebila and sister
Miss Kebecca has gone to Mobile on a
visit to their sister Mrs. Manuel Ro-
driguez.
Mrs. Julia Walker and little son
Johnnie has gone to Mobile on a visit
to her sister Mrs. Manuel jlodrigucz.
Mr. Gray McKinnon has returned
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Springs in North Georgia. p-e"v i pri .naer ia aud "5,i
A large party of young people gath- at the others-as conductor
ered at the station to rcnretfullv see 'The passenger; were Miss Gene-
Miss Farmer depart and the re;rerl veve Caro. Miss Mamie and Mss Ella
CS was mutual. for the attractive young Ward. Miss Baifly Whaley, Miss Idi
he visitor expressed a livelv appreciationT Pa!mes, Miss illian Gladden. Miss
of the many delightful social atten-' Mary Eigan. Miss W llle Ethrldge,
C* tions that have been showered upon Miss Reine and Miss Leih Cahn. Miss
SI her by the many friends of her, Irma and Miss Vera MrDrvid. Miss
SIharming young hoFtes. i Sadie Fell, ,iiss Petrea Thiwen and
dill ~ t her guests, Miss Peacack of Atlantit.
AN INFORMAL DANCE and Miss Jensen of Chicago: Mi-
FOR MISS HILTON GREEN. Covan of Atlanta (ruect of her sister .
Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Green entertain- Mrs. Majette). Misnis R'iv ilson,
ed a number of young people with an Miss Vera Fulghum. M. ir
informal dance at the Country Club son.andi little Miss Emma and 1i'1
Friday for their daughter Miss Ada. Lill. Ea nest cAvo.W Mr. C. Sa
whose guests were Miss Mercedes M; Earnest Mevoy.n Mrr.W. Lamar
Saltmarsh, Miss Cor Louise Simpson Mr. P Car. Mr WR Cari Mr P. Eaa
Miss Grace Anderson Miss Roberta gan, Mr. C. Covington. Mr. T. B. Co-
Fisher., Miss Emily Jones. Miss ReIl- ington, Mr. F. Brawner, Mr. P. Wha.-
na Durant, Miss Genevieve Brent, ley, Mr. H. Yonge. Mr. C. Fulghuni,
Miss Mentoria Sublette, Miss Suci Mr. S. Fulghum. Mr. D. Sunnders, Mr.
Dishman Miss Marjorie Menifee. MissH. Fernald.
Allie Wils. Miss IWzle McGanghey.! The passengers hal a "time" trying,
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hyer, r. to tell Conductor Ieese at which sa
I Also. Mr. Clement Blount, Mr. Dud-o tons they wished to "Ptopover," and
ly Thornton, Mr. Pressley Thorntcn. prizes were given for the ones wh'
Mr. Malcolm Yonge. Mr. Preston "got there." oftenest.
Avery, Mr. Tom B. Covington, Mr. A beautiful traveling tag of helio-
Willie Sltmarsh, Mr. Trabue 8ublette. trope velvet was awarded to Mi. .
Mr. J. 8. Leonard, Mr. Ralph Fisher, j Genevieve Caro and a handsonmP
Mr. Freo Blount, Mr. S. R. Mallory. white silk handkerchief to Mr. Tom B.
i. Jr., Mr. Harry Ferriss, Mr. Bob Den- Covington as the mo't successful
ham Mr. J. C. Porter, Mr. Moreno, "tourists."
Mr. Clark. -4- .
S-4-- SURPRISED MIHEo 8 QUIGLEY. :1
COMPLIMENTARY TO THE A crowd of young folks surprised
NEW CITY GIRLS. Misses May and Agnes Q1uiley at
Mr. Walter Johnson and Mr. Frank their home 614 West Garden street
i Williams entertained the younger set Friday night. Those present were:'
of New City T'rday nigMt, with a bay Misses Cecelia Hatton, Belle Johnson,
party "complimentary to the New City Inga Torkleson. Fona Muan, Claudie
Girls." I O'Neal, Rosa Lee Pierce, Amelia John-
The party boarded the "Cupid" at son Hazel JobhaIn, Oors8lla Welch,
6:30 for the life saving station, where Louiise Graham, Louise and Olivia
they enjoyed the moonlight on the O'Connell, Florence Graham, Daisy
beach, after, which they formed in Lange; Messrs. Nicholas Condon. Doo-
coaples and danced the "Old Virginia ley O'Connor, John Graham. Clarence
Reel" til supper was announced. Bonlfay. Harold Boaiay, Joe,.Brown,
Then, all did justice to that delicious Chip Klumker, -dle Andernon. Harry
repeat in the preparation for which: anette, Fordham Van*ert, Bdgar
and t serving the hosts succeeded in Day Mr. Smith and ,Mr.-.lglin.
proving that they "could beat the After enjoying dancing music and
girls" with a score to spare. At halt merry games, abdndant refreshments
pest ten o'clock they returned to Pen- were served.
sacola unanimous in praise of the
youg skea. AY 1 PARTY WAi
Mr. Johaina's and Mr. Wllihms'u GREAT ilNANCIAL UOCIES
hooarees,. re. Miss llle Williams e bay e e- Friday
Miss Kate McLean., (of CaUltrolay, The by sexil 'gSUS ria
Miss Clara Jensen (of Chicao), Miss evening by te e f the d rst
Occle Clubba. Miss Alma 1Bmond. Chrt1153 h u .W- .W" p *D-f-.o-
Ms Qaorga Booyer, Miss Mabel The boat left t ey. y -b.rtly afterr 5
Oreen, iss Fiesrie Boyer and tther o'clock tuc MtWW frrttbM and
chapero Mr. anda Mrs. F. Wx w- irndin t the't e et~e, 4u
llama sad Mrs Johnson. where a grwtr. a oo dnWtage
Their men guests w- Mr. Walter of the opportad Y OKI ~t, : 1
Kohler. Adair Haia Mr. Xd- In the m .gM.;tin
win C1labs, itr. "bert Clubs Mr. the roa tripW w L*qlfCh
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where they danced till twelve o'clock
when lunch was serveal and they re-
turned to th city about 2 a. m. after a
jolly good time.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Reed and two
children of Atlanta, Ga., who have
been spending some time on St. An-
direws bay, arrived in Pensacola yes-
terday and will remain until to-mor-
row as the guests of Mrs. Coulson at
her home on North Spring street.
Mrs. Fannie Miller and Miss Louise
Chappins of Brooklyn N. Y., arrived
Friday night on the 11 o'clock train.
They will accompany Mrs. W. D. Em-
mons over to beautiful St. Andrews
Bay, where they expect to remain
with their old time friend for several
months.
Mt'. Frank W. Broughton, who has
been in the government equipment de-
partment at the navy yard for the past
four years, left Wednesday night for
Washington, D. C., having accepted a
position which is considered quite a
promotion, in the office of the Inter-
state commercial and industrial de-
partment of the government Mr.
Broughton will be missed by his many
friends who wish him continued suc-
cess.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Alexander-for-
merly Miss Ethel McDavid-returned
Friday night from their honeymoon
trip and are at home with the bride's
mother-Mrs. A. K McDavid.
Mrs. Walker and daughter Miss
Mary of Mobile, left last night for
home after a pleasant visit to relatives
and ifrienc's in this city.
Mr. H. Muller, accompanied by his
daughters Miss Rva and Miss Etta,
left last night to visit in Mobile for a
few days.


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JONES-BOGAN.
Miss Mattie E. Jones, niece of Mr.
Davis of the Manhattan Hotel, and
Mr. Leslie E. Bogan, were married I
I saturday morning at eleven o'clock in fH*#)I~*L# 9l
the parlor of the hotel, Rev B. C. D*AMj-
.Glenn pastor of the Palafox M. E.l LU lONJ
church officiating in the presence of a C C
lew friends. R CLOCS
Mr. and Mrs. Bogan left on the noom STER
train to spend their honeymoon in'; A-T ,
SI.ouisiana and Mississippi. ART P Ii-KY
Miss Minnie Byers left last night to C
,spnd six months with her siter. Mrs.:
S A. Robinson in Mobile and with Mr. a
and Mrs. F. W. Bell in Gulfport, Miss. dkr'
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V. Hannah -
and little craughter Mignon are at home
after a celightftu tour in Mexico. MailOrders
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Mrs. Charles Choate and daughter
Miss Nancy. returned last evening a
from Geofgia to visit old friends be- '* E I Z a
fore joining Col. Choate in Tallaha3-!
pee. Miss Miriam Choate will remain
1n Georgia all summer for her health -
which is improving. 00 ^:lFfH _
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Ward kre vis-
iting their son Mr. and Mrs. Beverly ,itl| i4 NItlltUWU
Ward in Tallahassee.
Miss Sara Kahn won the first prize? i u 6 Hl
-twin bottles of ine perfume-at the!
Progress Club euchre Wednesday F
night and Mrs. V. J. Vidal the second F= _If
-a half dosen lovely handkerchiefs. t
Miss Vera Me David is visiting 'W w w
friends in Mobile.
Mr. Harry Howland, one of the best J r
and most popular motormn in the
city lett lst night for a week's oatinag a
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Mr. George Thomas has returned to!
Nashville after a delighttfl ten dy
visit with his mother and aunt, Mrs.
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titutlon. NADINE FACL ""'.'DER is com-
pounded and purified by a newly dis- Miss Sara Heinberg leaves Tuesday
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Capt. J. D. Pulliam gave his new remains until washed off Ladies who
Rebekah degree staff of Naomi Lodge use Nadine Face Powder are sure the Mrs. A. F. Brown mother of Mrs.
No. 10 a bay party Thursday evening complexion will be soft and lovely at Marion Clutter left Saturday morning
on the commoolous yacht Rambler. close of the evening. to visit her son, Mr. J. Brown and
Light refreshments were served THE QUALITY IS UNItQUALE)D. family in De Funlak for a month or
This outing to the life saving station Buy one 50-cent green paclkag of two. She was accompanied by her
was enjoyed by Mrs. Millie Long Mrs. Nadine Face Powder, and if you are little granddaughter Miss Nellie
Kate Langley, Mrs. M. D. King and not entirely satisfied, notify us and Brown who has been taking a course
daughter, Mrs. J. T. Pulliam, Capt. we will promptly refunl your money. In music under her aunt Mrs. Clutter.
Boghich and wife. Miss litella Daven- Sold by all leading druggists, or mail;
port, Mrs. Rebekah Abram, Mrs. Annie price 50 cents.4 White, Flesh, Brunett,' Mrs. Nora A. Park of Brewton Ala.,
Sheer, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Neilson, prepared only by :s visiting Mrs. B. C. Glenn at No. 3
Miss Josle Edwards, Miss Polly Dar- NATIONAL TOILET CO, Paris, Tenn. North Palafox.
Itngton Miss Lella Butler, Miss Velmae Bene the J -
Adams, Mrs. S. A. Gainer and daugh- Miss Jessie Bennett gave the Ju-
terMrs L. H s ..--- -- .... .. .. I v nile Missionary Society of the Gads-
ter, Mrs. E. L. Henson. Miss May Mil- Jamie Gillis, Mr. Angus Gillls, Mr. Os- den M. church a picnic Friday at
Jkr, Mrs. Sarah Carpenter. Mrs. .. K.' good Williams, Mr. Fred Luske. Frascatti Park, and the little folks
Pulliam. Mr. Wiley Edwards. Mr. and! ----hd a g time.
Mrs. G. W. Pulliam, Mr. Mike Burns THAT TRIP ROUND had a good time.
and Rev. G. W. Carpenter. THE WORLD Mr. Joe Stone ad sister Mss Ter
RENFA number of young people. readers esa left last night on a visit to Mr.
RENFROE-FEARS. of The Journal read wit-i great inter- and Mrs. Holberg of Mobile.
The ceremony uniting Mr. J. i. eat the "ticket" for the trip round] "
Fears and Miss Eliza M. Renfroe in the world, given Wednesday night byi Mrs A. G Tuttle of Montgomery, is
marriage was impressively perfo:rim Miss Fulghum complimentary to her visiting her daughters, Mrs. F. C. Fit-
ed by Rev. J. W. Senterftt at the resi- guest, Miss Farme: and have askedt.en and Mrs. J. G. Heard.
dence of the bride's parents, Tuesda. a good many questions about It. In
night, July 11 at half past seven. order to gratify all and give the Mrs. I. A Lyon and daughter Miss
After the ceremony the officiating necessary information, the answers arg.aret Lyon of Shorter, Ala are
minister gave e young people an given to the "stations" on the ticket I the city Mrs Lyonsrte la a sister
interesting and instructive lecture, as published in Thursday Morning's hirs. G. Heard M nd Mrs. F. C. Fitter
after which a delightful supper wai Journal, are printedI a. follows: Mrs
served to about two hundred guests.l Stations. . M r
The bride, lovely In white organdy, Columbu. s. S. R. Myers reand daughter Mis
Pearl have returned from a six weeks
with lace and chiffon trimmings, was' 2. Je-sev City. o e nin aa
attended by two charming brides- 3. Gal-vest-on. enjoyable absence in Alabama.
maids, Miss Sarah Renfroe and Miss 4. Bal-ti-more.
Lilla Barrett. 5. Council-Bluffs. Mr. Willis W. Kirkpatrick and his
The groomsmen were Mr. J. D. 6. Sing-Sing. sister Miss Claude Meek, left on the
Smith and Mr. J. H. Senterhi. 7. Raleigh. noon train Saturday to visit relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Fears left Wedne.-- 8. New-ark. and friends in Montgomery, Ala.
day morning for Cottonwood, Ala., 9. Little-Rock.
where they will reside. 10. New Port. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wllbur Miller.
The bride's traveling dress was of 11. Cats-kill-Mts. formerly Miss Mabel Craft, returned
deep champagne voille trith lace trim-' 12. Blue-Ridge-Mts. Thursday evening from their bridal
mings. They received many valuable 13. Chcs-apeake-Ba-, tour and will be at home to their
presents and carry with then the best 11. Wheeling. many friends after July 19 at their
wishes of thc!r man:. Florida friends. 15. I.ihe:ty. own cottage 816 East La Rua street.
*-V Miss ILurleyne Fulghnim nale a
ATTRACTIVE VISITOR chaermingly efficient "Ticket Agent," Mrs. B. Riedel and children left
GONE TO ALABAMA. answering such questions as-"Wh.tt Friday noon for Mobile to be the
Miss Carrie Farmer of Louisville, Lime does the 12:15 train start?" and guess of Mr. and Mrs. William Ery.
Ga., and a June '05 graduate of Wes- "What time is the 4:1-. train due?" '
leyan College in Mac;n. left Friday with all the chivalrous patience an I About thirty young people enjoyed
night for a visit in Clayton. Ala.. after promptness of local "Phones 12 an la hay ride in two big wagons given
a lovely visit to Miss Iurleyne Fulg- 89." Friday night by the young ladies com-
hum. Then she will go 'o Macon on a Mr .Jack Reese was thoroughly pro- plimentary to the "boys." They were
visit before joining h(r mother at Deal fsional- .lantly attntve to the aperond by Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
_i A1i chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. A. M.


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THE PENSACOLA


JU RNAL, U N DAY


MORNING .JULY 1, 4 1 &


T tA solemn duty which we owe society, our cldea sd ur
selves is that nodhidn which can be dore to a mlt a mm
at that time when our wiws are to become -m em
should be left undone. Of aD the corndm del-b to be
observed at such a time, sa mle ise ad me
importance than the bodily welfare of the epactest
mother; she mast not experience a M uh
through any lack of edert Om our put
fMOTIER'S FWM

I.,j!d be the recourse of all real men and women at sumca is; it is
... ,obtainable, and it is a positive crime not to prem it. Its aGl eK
., ,, riax the muscles and tissues intimately aociated n this great
* :,e reactor's phenomena, and by simple external application a re t
. o .a ned which at the appointedtime permits the mother to andWo her
-, .lest iov with fortitude, ad*bring into the word a child worry of its
Sareint. i.00o, all drugists. Our book Motherhood" Mt free
S me ma w *o,,A ei,


Walter S. Booton,
General Dealer in

Weydes. ieyde Smiries

aMd Fitting
CYCLES REPAIRED.
CYCLES FOR RENT.
Imn S;:f.;'-. -a-'1 Rgcisters, Type
writer (;'!n- P- s Locks and Unm-
tre, lla- r. ;a."-,.
lAwn MNw'. Scissors, Knives,
< iha trp, 1 i"ll (
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12 EAST INTENDENCIA ST.
PHONE 1133.


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Ring 1132


T. E. Gartland,

btdLer ual 6rU CGrcr,

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Piano House!


We can save you money and satisfy
if you desire a first-class Piano.
N w Pianos from $100 to $600.
';s Sure to see the Baby Plano-
a'!-s: degllar riTano made for young
o id alike. (100 to $175.
.; will pa> you to call or write us.


TUNING A SPECIALTY.


CLUTTER & RUSHING,
12 L Goverment Street.


PENSACOLA,


S- - FLORIDA.


Pabst

Blue Ribbon

Bottle Beer,


has no quaL
Sold everywhere.


S.A. Friedman
Wholesl Distributer.


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PHONE 17.I
a1 83: SOUTH PALAFOX ST.
PE'SACOLA, PFLA



he 'Star Uses

Lots of Water.
I washing for lots
S l' -e who don't care
r" tieir washing
L The "old-fasb-
wash6berwo man
C T he hot months,
v- hbn it gets cooler
I Re he arranm
She contne,
Here ou are.

The Star Steam

Laundry.
Ga .dn Pheme 14
Penessess was.


SOCIE7 Y

(Continued froi Tenth Page.)

enjoying the sart bathing and other
local pleasure among old friends.
Mrs. Thomas s so delighted with Pen-
sacola and her first experience on the
Pea coast, she has decided to remain
a week longer before going to make a
visit in Marann. j


Mrs. John Creary, who has been
quite ill at the home of her mother
Mrs. John Wood, Monday will retu-rn
to her own home on Bayou Grande.
Miss Irma Ellis of Greenville, Ala.,
arrived Friday on visits to Mrs. John
Wood and Mrs. John Creary.
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Mrs. Lena Brett is spending Sunday
with Mrs. Boyer at her camp "Dew
Drop Inn," on Bayou Texar.
Miss Genevieve Caro was the charm-i
ing hostess of a jol outing on Bayou
Texar for Miss Farmer of Georgia
during her visit to Mrs. Fulghum.
Mrs. W. A. Hill and baby Harry, of
Vicksburg, Miss., are expected Tues-
day afternoon on a visit of several
weeks with her father, Dr. Thomas S.
Mitchell, and her sister Mrs. C. Thie-
sen.
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Heard enter-
tained their guests, Mrs. Heard's mi-
ther, Mrs. A. G. Tuttle of Montgom-
ery and her sister, Mrs. L. A. Lyon
and daughter Marguerte of Shorter,
Ala., and Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Fitten,
on the bay Friday evening.
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The St. Augustine Record says: Miss Petrea Thiesen entertained a
Work on the wireless telegraph sta- few friends on the bay Thursday
tion is progreasng with rapidity and evening, complimentary to Miss Pea-
Contractor Gelssmann expects to have cock of Atlanta and Miss Jensen of
the place ready for bustaBi by the Chicago, who have been spending a
middle of next month. few days with her during the past
The station includes a residence for veek. They went to the life-saving
the attaches as well as 4he operator's station, where they enjoyed the surf
room. A large two-story building is in Lathing and returned to the city by
course of construction for the accom- moonlight, arriving about 11 o'clock.
modation of the men. dynamo, engine The chaperones were Dr. and Mrs. C.
and apparatus generally. At the rear Ray Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
of the building is an extension con- Wilson.
training two rooms, one of which will
be used for tte engine and dynamo Miss Lurleyne Fghum leaves Wed-
and the other in connection with the nesday morning to spend a month at
household. The upper floor will be her old home in Valdosta, Ga. Soon
used for sleepl-g rooms which will be after her return home Miss Fulghum
very spacious. On the lower floor will go to Wesleyan College In Macon.
will be located the operator's room Ga., where the family resided before
with the various instruments inciden- going to Valdosta, and she is of course
tal to his wor. The adjoining room anticipating both events with great
will be used for dning and sitting pleasure.
room. At the rear will be the kitch- M C F Jones hr B
Mrs. C. F. Jones mi children Bes-
en. The house has an eastern front esi and Thomas, left Friday noon for
and a wide porch will add to the com- Atlanta. On their return they will
fort of the occupants. stop over in Montgomery.'
With poles of such enormous length
and weight as those to be used a solid Mr. John C. Jones, chief train dis-
foundation is necessary and men are patcher of the L. & N., has returned
at work excavating a twelve-footl from a trip to Colorado and other
square. This will be ten feet deep western states.
and will be filled with concrete, mak-
ing a splendid solid base. The poles Mr. Floyd Rust Smith left Friday
will be steadied by guy ropes, fas- to join his wife and her sister Miss
tened to concrete squares of which Jones, in Colorado.
.there are .Aow oe o -each side. '
Everything in connection with this part Miss Alice Moore and Miss Maggie
of the plant is massive and every pre- Cobb, of Milligan, Fla., have arrived
caution is taken to make the founda- to spend the summer in Pepsacola.
tions substantial, taking a special course in music with
The poles are in three sections and Miss Kehoe. The young ladies are
will be similar to the masts of a studying violin and piano under Miss
ship when in position. The heaviest Kehoe and are staying at her rest-
pole naturally forms the first section dence, corner Barcelona and Cervan-
and will be the support for the higher tea
ones. Huge frames are provided as *
sockets for the top mast and top gal- Miss Cornella Puleston of Monticelo.
lant mast The jplee taper as they Fla. was the honoree on a bay party
tend skyward and the top of the high- given for her Friday evening by her
eat will be erPn ed with a triangu- hostesses Miss Mollie Bount and her
lar shaped metal frame, fastened at mother Mrs. A. C. Blount
one end to the mast. Eight thick
wires stretch acros this frame and Mr. and Mrs. William R. Gonzale
a wire cable fue down the pole to and Mr. and Mrs. Walker Ingrahu
the office, eomecig with the tele- Miss Isabel and Miss Marguerite In-
graph instruments. There are lad- graham are entertaining a, party of
ders. cables, iro r and appratu house guests for this week in camp
n greablt vet. ringsThe dynamopp near Bohemia, leaving last evening
engine are -a the depo amd nill be accompanied by Miss Whaley. Miss
engine are at the-depot and will be r -ant 'Misas M uiwn Mis sl moved across today or tomorrow. Grmt, Miss Marvin, Miss riedman,
The station is located Just south o
the old Cat Marina Hotel site and
when It is completed it will be one
of the principal attractions of the is-
land. It will not, however, be brought
into competition with the lighhouse,
as the people who climb.to the top
of the latter will nt ha. be r anxious
for a trip to the top of the pole.
Mr. C. D. IttlelSed, electrician and
operator, Is lhee In comPection with
the new station, and may be assigned
to this place. In conversation with
a Record repreatallve be said that
the plant here will be a very powerful
one and will transmit and receive
messages a distance of 00 .miles over-
land. Over ma the pOwer will carry
much further, as there are no ob-
structions. He-said trees have a pe-
culiar influetae on the electric waves
and drag them down. lessening their
force. He says a wall 100 feet thick
would have no more -efect on the u
waves than a eheet of paper, but the o C O lg
trees seriously daect the transmi-,
sion of messages. Vessels will b"'l I|n: r le
communicated with on every possi- LUtea
ble occasion for both the value of
the experiment and for the Informa- Oft l
tion they may have to impart, U

EXCURSION TO-DAY. q A new brom sweep cn
The tug Monarch wilt rC her Sun. nY yOU aDnt swep Caipebt at


day excursion to-day. See display ad.
in this issue for fullparticulars
Don't miss it.

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SUSiNNSS LOCAL M
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Headrix ( Carpster will furnish
estimates a b.d4g _and painting
and give penmrO attatis to work.
932 E. Stros4, ad 824 bst LaRua
streets.

McKinale Qertt & CO., wholesale
and retail sip Mirr M grocers
the *aly rl* -- -*o the kind
in PMcola. -I N& e- to am.

Why use atkwar apir. when you
cam buy KEda ldm4, 1-e Dimity,
Kara Lme., r-dr md lat C. a V.
mbommpo, Us 4Wdd .


6ctowrity an old amoe;-ndr com
you dust &uroi%* with a worn
out feather duster.
q Now, these'a a bi 6 Maemc t,
Sin 6 r bnrses' and
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i&emom wY be 6d i Amira.

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Mrs. Sherrill and son Mr. J. H. Sher-
rill, and Miss Julia Yonge of Mobile.
Mrs. Charles Choate and little
daughter Miss Nancy, returned last
evening from Georgia on a visit to
friends before going to Tallahassee to
reside. They left Miss Mirriam Choate
improving rapidly and she will re-
main in Georgia all summer coming
back perhaps to visit her old friends
before joining the family at the cap-
Ital.
Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Yonge are en.
joying a family house perty at their
summer cottage on Bayou Grande,
their large and interesting family be-.
ing delightfully augmented by the
arrival of their daughter and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Buck and son Philip, of
St. Louis.

It Is money saved and better re-
suits using Blue Ribbon Lemon and
Vanilla Extracts, because they are so
pure and strong that every drop
counts. Ask your grocer for Blue Rib-
bon Lemon and Vanilla. Takes less.
Flavors perfectly.

REBUILDING

OLD ST. JOE


TOWN LOST IN OBLIVION IS COM-
ING TO THE FRONT ONCE
MORE.

The Wewabitchka News says: Last
Sunday on our way home from Lagoon
Co's still we ran through the town site
of old St. Joseph where Mr. T. H.
Stone is preparing to open up a tur-
pentine farm. The old place looKed
quite lively. We found fifteen build-
ings and a dozen or more tents and
palmetto camps of the fishermen. In
the bay were eight warships, consist-
ing of cruisers and torpedo boats.
There ere some twenty fishing smals
from Mobile, Pensacola, Apalachicola
and St. Andrews. There were schoon-
ers and other crafts, row boats and
launches plying the bay and onli a
vear ago we passed there and nothing
was in sight. Quite a change to see
cruisers, drawing about twenty feet
maneuvering over the bay.
Nearly seventy years ago this was
one of the foremost places in the south
containing anywhere up to 5000 inhab-
itants. Here It was the constitutional
convention of this state was held.
Here it was that the flnst railroad in
Florida and the third in the United
States was built, but the dreaded
scourge, yellow fever, in 1838 to 1842
and storm and tidal wave in 1856,
swept the place out of existence, andl
for fifty years deer, cattle and other
animals roamed over the once flour-
ishing city.
Here is the fine bay, large enough to
hold any navy. the deepest water, nat-
urally, of any bay on the Gulf of Mex:-
co. When Mr. Dumfe builds his road
there, there will be a larger town than
before. Mr. Duffle has an option on
900 acres of land along the bay and It
Is rumored that a railroad will be built
there within fifteen months. We hope
the rumor is true, but there has been
rumors and rumors before. Should it
prove true. a fine country and harbor
will be opened up. Capitalists will do
well to look into the surroundings
here and be ready to reap a rich re-
Ward when the Panama anal is dug.

For Forty years Dr. Fowler's Ex-
tract of Wild Strawberry has been
curing summer complaint, dysentery,
diarrhea. blood lax, pain In the
tna-h and It has river yet tailed
to do everything claimed for It.


CONSOIDTED GOC
CONSOLIDAiTED GROCERY CO.


lumA OFFpICU
1acheeml, Floraida


PAID CAPITAL,


BRANMUM
hvannah, 'A2'afp Peasaol


$5000,00


The Consolidated Grocry Company Ir saoesseaeto the 0, & ober
Company, of Jacmkeville; the Florida Grocery Company, of Jaokuonvll;e
the grocery branch of the Florida Naval Stores and Comsmtlslio Company
of Jacksonville; the grocery branch at the Mutual Naval Storm Company,
Jacksoille; the grocery branch of the Gulf Naval Sto es Company, ol
Taapa; ae grocery branch of ta Ge0 Naval Stores Company, of Pessela;
the grocery branch of the Wae Coast Naval Stores Company of Pensacola;
the grocery branch of the Bouthern Naval Stores Company, of Baswansa.
Will handle everything In Heavy and Light Groceres, graki ome0snt
and Imported Groories Turpentine Tools, eto. State Agents for the White
Hickory TurpenUtne Wagon.


C0 M. COVINGTON


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Watchts, fvmie.l. es.
S *of at -O. -
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G(Jlce U mba'Ot Glass. .
atdees and clocks repaired and work dellUyr" wIb Parm-
'-W. hlVe t -Jtety vault especially construct .er bwhSM
it whih to,kep all valuables.
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DIRECTORY
CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL.
There will be a meeting of this
body on the first and third Wednes-
days of each month at 7:30 p. m. All
delegates are requested to be pree-
ent. Z.. W. ROBRT
W. L DELAY, President.
Secretary.
Pensacola Lodge No. 3, K. of P.,
meets every Monday evening at 8:04
o'clock at tlir Castle HaJL, m. B
Watson buildl.g, corner Palafoz ad
Garden streets 'Visiting brethren cor
dially welcomed
H. C. VON WERDR, C. C.
L. HOBSLN. K. of R. A.

Rathbone Lodge No.
80 K. of P., meets every
Thursday evening at 8:00
o'clock In their Oast
ha,. third foor. Bloant.
Wktran buldlng. south-
west corner Palafo: and
Garden streets Visiting kniAts are
rdially welcomed.
. evy, I a
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Knights of Columbus.
Meetings of the
Knights of Columbus
are held at their hall,
No. 8 West Intenden.
cia street o every
SMonday evening as
7:80 o'clock. An s.
vitatlon Is extended
to viitng&ng ts


to visiting Knigs.
JOHN B JONEg,
EDM. FOX, Grand Knigth
Recorder.
Penacola SAle No4. 4, 1. ,0. P.
Pensacola Lodge No. 4. L 0. 0. P,
meets every Thursday evening at 7:$ r
at the new ball on West Gaj .
street. Vistinpg bmfthr n ordl
invited. N. A. NBILBON, N. .
1B. R. WITKOVSI, ecretay.
REBEKAH 81TERS
Naomi Lodge No. 10, Rebeka h M
terms eets every Monday nsigt as
I o'clock Is L 0. 0. HaiL. V.
Citing sisters cordially invited to
present. MISS NWUTA MLLIOTT.
MISS MAMIE FRMBMAN, Secret.
W.O.W.
jUve Oak Camp No. 1, W. 0. W,
meets in Pythian Hall lit and 3trl
Wednesday in each month. VbW ga
sovereigns rdlally invited
F. A. BOGIJOH C
=L=Q BL BROOkf. CIkr.

Exeolor Encuapampe, I. 0. P,,
Bcelsior Elcampment No. 4 meso.
on second and fourth ,wednesday at
L O.. Ha, on West Gatdl"
traet. Visiting patriarch invitfa
ST. G. WSWINOW ,.
JOHN WILUC Scr& i
Qie X atrIrob.

Joppa L.edg% N a. .

clock Mt or W t GardO
street. VismaV_ ,t oardafL t '.
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R is the function of the kideys to fite
d parify the blood which is conrtantl
Posing through them.
When the kidneys are out of order th
ther organs ae affected immm4iatel
nd you may have symptoms of hear
btrble, stomach and liver trouble, ani
eteraflments, which are all owing to tb
kideys being weak and out of order.
N you are sick FOlby's iK-f
E wil strengthen and build up th
arn out tissues of the kidneys so the
Wt act properly and the symptoms o
aknss., heart, stomach and live
temble will disappear and you will b
stred to perfect health.
M to Tel Yes Nae IKMiy Trmbe.
You can easily determine if your kid
ays are out of order by setting aside fo
I6 hours a bottle of the urine pass
upon arising. If upon examination it i
cloudy or milky or has a brick-dust sed
ment or sman particles float about in it
yar kidneys are diseased and FIle s
id-ey C r should be taken at once
Fleys Kidey Our is pleasant t
take and acts directly upon the part
affected and you begin to feel bette
at once.
It corrects slight disorders in a fei
days and it has cured many obstinate
eas after other treatment had failed


bedrrn Sad Ne WeM Noet Uve.
Petr Frey, of Woodruff, Pa., writes
*After doctoring for two years with the
st physicians in Waynesburg, and still
ettg worse, the doctors advised me i
Shad any business to attied to I had bet
Fr attend to it at once, as I could no
possibly live another month, as there wa
bo cure for me. Foley's Kidney Cur
was recommended to me by a friend, and
I immediately sent my son to the store
or itand after taking three bottles I be
ta" to get better and continued to ian
ave until I was entirely well."
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to the old country to live. Instead, conditions on the keys and went No wonder, Miss Eta. Instead of
they send back for their relatives and down there without mosquito bars. Office of Judge J. W. Owen, simply signing your name and address
friends in their own crowded country They got along alright during the Edwardsville, Ala. thus: "Etta M. Long, 283 St.,
in Europe to come hee, where they day, but when night bean to fall Long Life Remedy Co., Anniston, Ala. City"-you write: "Yours truly, Miss
have larger opportunities and can swarms of mosquitoes made their ap- Gentlemen-I have been a suffereri Etta Marianna Long, Number 283 -
get homes of their own and find em- pearance from the neighboring woods of chronic constipation aid indigestfon street, Pensacgla, Florida, Escambia
ployment for all members of their and the laborers found themselves for the past fourteen months, have County." Just think the matter over
usually large families. without protection against the mil- been unable to sleep al.er 2 o'clock and leave out every unnecessary word
Should Make Every Effort. lions of blood-suckers a m., and have had a feeling of and letter. The "Coupon" has ample
"Twenty-one years' residence among They fought for a while bat finding smothering; have tried two or three space for all it is necessary to write.
the Hollanders in a new country con- it no use, lit out for elvilization. One doctors and got no relief. Last Thurs- Lola Johnson's correct answers to
vinces me tha Florida cannot possi- of their number guesed that Key day I began using your July 2, did not reach The Journal t E
bly get a more desirable class of set- West was about 10 miles off and they ape Is postmarked "Pensacola, July
tiers than the Hollanders and we started in this direction At the first L g L e L ver o8:0 p. m." which was too late.
should make every effort possible to earm house they wer Informed dif- Vd KInd V Ca Victoria Carpenter writes the fol-
secure this Vosblmrgh line of ships, ferently and went back to camp. Noth- lowinp pretty little' note: "Dear Edl-
as that, It appMe will materially ing later has been heard from them and have slept tor: My sister, Mrs. Morgan, takes
help us. O To rly, but it is supposed that a hurry order better and felt better than I have in the paper and I am trying to get the
"Il O H. WL CH." was sent for mosquit: bars. id the ear I have told my friends abo silver dollar," encloses answers to the
Besides referr g the letter to the next gang that goes own there will it and will always have a good wod puzsles of July 2. Unfortunately
commlttesq on tra tao a copy of be provided in advrtee.-Key West -or Long Life Liver and Kidney C2e. the 4vyelope is postmarked, "Pensaco-
I i was order = forwarded to Roberit InterOcean. 1. Jlgfy 6 (Thursday) 8:30 p. m." and
W. Simms of ti city, who is now in did not reach The Journal till 1 a. m.,
Paris, with a '~quest that when he Years of suffering, reliteed In a several hours too late. Next time,
visits Amsterdam e will do all that n!ght. Itching piles jid at agee t e bMiss Victoria, if you do not get your
he can to tn filee the-owners of the the curative properUti. Of Doma'd Otat- -swers till Thursday afternoon, bet.
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I V II~WL.U T11 rhe Lucy Swaine, city.
3a Ruthella Gonzalez, city.
a i 5Sa Katie O'Donovan, city.
Who M i li by Ne ODonovan, c iy.
SBAdrian Sanchez, city.
Sm tn lle Shella O'Donovan, city.
Savu uns M mloii. Lustugya Alnna F. Koch, city.
ml *uswinto Fannie Wagenheim, city.
OVA Ia I P taL .ILtte-aIb t Hildred Oldmixon, Warrington, Plr
gaa tL tl t o L Addle Stewart, Bagdad, Fla.
| .e.. eS.n 8. Stewart, Bagdad, Fla.
No member Be the Jaketaonll# ait SS 'ra Berlin, city.
Board of Trade takes more interest mtanrElr e Mrie Bell, city.
in the development of Florida than 7 0. Glady s Bell Th, city.
Irving H. Welch, manager. of the Rosabell Tharp, city.
outhe Land Tmber Compa e tte & Roberta Tharp, city.
Southern t d a M Wmber Company frm, and bran-like scale form on the Frances Hill, city.
oiW but tmmm iWeh tIbhe s me-lihumn Cuyler M. Gainer, Milton, Fla.
Sstantly working to secure results, says the blood. olves, cooding wase, Leonard 0 onovan, city.
y the Jacksonville Times-Union. powders and the like can -do othg George Richard Hurd, Brewton, Al*.
At the meeting of the Board of more than relieve the itcbing, became Alver Largue, city.
* Trade last pght the following letter theydo not neh the a -4ad blood, Ernest Largue, city.
from Mr. Welch was read and referred the wsat of the trouble. 8. S. caus Genevieve Hallmark, city.
to the committee on transportation. Eczem and all skin disame by nIetrl. harlle Bryars, city.
t to which committee the matter of se- izing the acids and cayhhM tbhpm a Mamie D. Brya,-city.
d curing the Burg Line of steamers tq through the prper cbaaas. Whe Milton W. Lapington, eity.
* ply regularly between Jactlonlglle I S. 8. 8. has dne this the symptou Edna V. Riedel, city.
and Amsterdam had been previously peas away, the blood it oed and Minnie Cecile Brown, city.
referred: the. disease is Minnie Dennis, city.
e Steamers FRom Holland. cured perma Arthur B. Beal, Myrtle Grove, Pla.
"Jacksonville, Fla., July 12, 1905.-; ently. Noth. Charles R. Beal, Myrtle Grove, Fla.
' Captain C. E. Garner. President Jack-! ing acts o0 Aubie Wells, city.
Ssonville Board of Trade, City: Dear prous'tly or Ed O'Brien Pursell, Millview, 'Fla.
r Sir:-This letter is written to urge; 6Yly wm skin Susie Eagan, city.
Sthe importance of securing a direct, PUIELY VEETABLE. diseases as IDessie Shackelford, city.
Ir S. S. S., and it Louise Johnson, DeFunlak Springs,PE N
line of steamers from Holland, the at the same time acts as atonicto then. FSprPETER
fort for which was endorsed by th ti y Boon Skin D se Sadie Johnson, DeFunik Springs,
S "The fact that Brunswick and other any medical advice wi t charge. Fla. Bernard Reilly, Big Bayou.
r ports are doing such a strenuous worK THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, Atslta, t Estephanie Hallmark, city. Etta Reilly, Big Bayou.
to get such a line Ehould be an in- Genevieve Bren, city. Clton Reilly, Big Bayou.
centive to o:-r people to leave no act Frances Brent cty. -lainee Davenport, Big Bayou.
undone tending to make Jacksonville WiiRet Brent, city. Florence Davenport, Big Bayou.
the United States terminus of the Fin e EI Z. Moran .glty.* Hilda Anderson, city.
:, line. Such achievement would be of Mc Ho ins n a Geore Richard Hurd, Brewton Ala
tac HodgkinUd tF s Moan GeorgeRichard HurdBrewtonAla.
vast importance not only to the port FIl o ndeli e ublete, Alice Freeman, city.
of Jacksonville but to the entire state Mary Woble, cty. Herbert Taylor city.
Mary Wolfe, city.
Sof Florida. Annie Careno (or Caresa), New Or- Clare Kllebrew, city.
"A gentleman In the government 50 lILS leans, L Cora Kllebrew. city.
s service tells me he was informed by a Helen White, city. Margaret Sandusky, city.
r pilot that last Saturday there were U Althea J. Blumer, city. Florence Drennen, city.
twenty-seven feet of water over the Sophia Lang. Muscogee, Fla. Letters and Comment.
, bar, so lack of water should be no C. J. Hicnberg, city. Dear Mr. Editor:-This is our first
Shinderance. Robert Anderson, Bayshore. attempt at that dollar. We do hope
Advantages Enumeated. Emilie F. Koch, city. one of us will get it. Your little Bag-
"Some advantages tnat might In- THE B Y A. Willie Wood city. dad friends, S. E. Stewart, Addie
terest tle steamship owners, aside Manuel Johnson, city. Stewart, Annie Simpson, 1llle Simp-
. from the immediate important com- Arthur Johnson, city. son.
. mercial features, arethe almost in- ,~t Wadnesd Witnad Half Alice Dow, city. My dear litt ades the edpor
1 finite possibilities of development of Lf W dlnesUl aay HWIUeu a I Vince Reilly, Big Bayou, Fla. would be so glad to have you get th,.
f the immense agricultural territory A. a by L Mary Cusachs. city. dollar this time, but, if you do not
Stributary to the city. Jacksonville Cen y of Seice ThIrene Hernandez, city reembe t-"eep on keeping on.
t the undisputed center of all that Lilian Reilly, Big Bayou. Dear Mr. Editor:-Should I be the
w remains in this country for the naval Gallant O Sailor. Lette F. Martin, city. successful one of the "shiney dollar
stores operators. It is the distribut- Lloyd M. Blumer, city. this week, L intend starting a bank
d ing point for manufactured supplies Thos. F. Butler, city. account with it. One )f your many.
S poan ed Rosalind E. Daniels, city. many little friends, Eva D. Howe,
* and foodstuffs of every sort for this Capt. Dixon B. Reed, of 24 West In- Co Reedo city. Bagdad, Fla. a ow
Spar of the southeast. tendencia street, rounded out 50 years Malvin S. Wlf Ecambia, Fla. What can a puzzle editor-so rich
"Jacksonville is the gateway of the of active service on the bay on Wed- Francis Riera, city. n friends but poor in dollars- do?
most popular winter resorts in the nesday last. J. Warren Riera, city. I tell you, Miss Eva, when you have a
whole country. It is the largest city On July 12, 1855, Capt. Reed, who Hazel Mae Clarke, city. bank won't you lend me enough to
of the greatest peninsula in the Unit- was then a lad of 12 years, shippedi Maude Clarke, city. give a "shiney" to every member of
ed States. before mast on the sloop, "Sallie" Nannie Sweeney, city. the Puzzle army? Wouldn't that be
Dsirable Clas of Citizens. which was commanded by the htre Guy S. Holland, city. fIn? Will you? "On long time and
"Jacksonville wants the agrioultur- Capt. William McKensie. He remain- Frank W. Beard, city. easy payments," you know?
al resources of Florida developed, and ed on the "Sallie" for two years, af- Aubrey Weiland, city. Dear Sir.-I send answers to puzzles
. recognizes the fact that the Holland- ter which he joined the crew of the Lilian Touard, Warrington, Ma. in Sunday's Journal. I hope they are
era will make most excellent citizens sloop Roger Stewartb Capt. Bobert Bessie Henson, city. correct and that I will be lucky in the
D and valuable helpers :n the cultiva- Smith. Ruth Edna Gentry, city. drawing for the big dollar. Your lit-
Stion of the land and production of; Before the war Cap..t Reed ship- Eva D. Howe, Bagtd, Fla. tle friend, George Richard Hurd,
crops, -which can be made very re- ped as mate on the schooned Dora. Mamie Barr, city. Brewton, Ala.
Smunerative, through tfe gratification which was engaged in the coasting Etta Messina, Apalachicola, Fla. Well, my boy, you certainly have
i of the appetites of our winter visitors! trade, and remained with the above Florence Nathalie Robertson, War- m best wishes, and I wish to com-I
f and for northern markets, i boat until the war broke out, when rington, Fla. pliment you on your iipatly written
l "Hollanders will find in Florida he left the sea In the defense of the Russell T. Robertson. Warrington, answers and your corcctly addressed
t much they ar familiar with: Salt south. Fla. envelope. It is postmarked "Brewton,
Sweater and fish in abundance low landsI At the conclusion of the war the Helen Irma Burgoyne, city. July 10, 8:30 p. m. and was "receiv-
that produce well their favorite vege captain joined the crew of the wel- Jim Rowe, city. ed, Penoaol Jul. 11t, 5:0 a. m." anp
F tables and a most healthy, congenial! known boat R. E. Lee, on which, Will Sam Barrow, city, got to The Journl promptly.
climate. They are c.izens we want-- he remained for six months, when he Rufus Egrt McW to he fiiams, bt.,
gives correct answer to the first, but:l
the best of domestics, trained truck purchased the passenger sloop "Fa- gives the last as "Tis d that gl
growers, natural dairymen. religion ne whc h u t c ters." Try again young man. Glad to,
intelligent, thrifty, law-respecting peo- gers and freight between Pensacola have you for a "regular."
ple, who will prosper and build up and the navy yard, until 1874, when Flossle E. Morgan, writes: "Mr.
any community favored by one of he purchased his present sloop "Wal- Editor, I am a little eight year o:I
their settlements. lace. girl, a visitor to the city, and I saw
They Want Information. During the Captains ownership of your puzzle in my aunt's paper an I
"The writer recently visited the Hl-. his present boat he carried the mail Liv r l thought I would answer. Hope I will
land settlements in Michigan ani between this city and the quarantine U U get the dollar."
South Dakota, with a view to inte-. station for fourteen years. The Cap I hope so, too, little lady, for you are
testing some of them in locating in tain. who is now past sixty years of brighter than a new silver dollar youi
Florida. The colonies referred to are age. is still hale and hearty and takes self. "If at first-you know the rest."
among the best improved, in a great deal of pleasure now in a Arthur Johnson's artistic pen ha-
the richest portions of their- sail on the bay and can be seen out been repressed as long as he could
respective states and the citi- on almost any pleasant day with a stand It and this week his and Man.
zens the most respected. Their S party who are desirous of catching a uel's answers come in an envelope de-
lands are too thickly settled and tol good string of fish. THE WORLD'S crated with "dollar signs" and one
high-priced for the newcomers directi GREATEST LAXATIVE. very imperative l'okin. big $1 in
from the old country, and the surplus l A household necessity. Dr. Thomas' the "stamp" corner. Glad to see it
there are eager for information re- Electric Oil. Heals Burns, Cuts, A dose half an hour before breakfast boys. Looks like old times. Hope
garding Florida. wounds of any sort; cures sore throat, each morning will insur3 you perfect you'll get it.
"One of the first questions asked croup, catarrh, asthma; r-ever fails, health. It acts as a tonic on the liver-in- A correct and beautifully pen and
by the principal founder of a South creasina the flow of bile. Does not gripe, ink written but unsigned answer is re-
Dakota colony was whether we have DAnODoRC UICCn AWAY improves the appetite,makes digestion celved and is believed to have come lu
ships direct from the Netherlands. He U LAaORE RS RC SI a reality, cures jaundic.' and all dis.- an envelope bearing Pebley Barrow's
said that would be a great induce- HRE OFRn O TO orders arising from an inactive liver, name.
mnt. a the long railroad tripnd BYfrom HORDES OF MOSQUITOES The formula for Two answers, written in different
OeFYrk o the west a ery able "hands" and both signed "Minnie!
New York to the west was very objeL- Brown" but neither giving an address,
tionable to the simple folk who come d Men Employed on East Coast Lifare received, but, as one is correct
to America to build homes. Co L and the other is not nther can be
Will Come in Numbers. Extension Ousted by Varacious counted as both may have come from
"They want to c ome in numbers Blood-uckers. L river and the sme little lady, though there are
sufficient to establish their own Dutch several among the puzzlers. Better
Reformed Churches and have their give address.
own ministers at the start; then they A story comes from Key Largo to K kidney C ure* EIta M. Long writes: "Mr. Editor.
will send the children to our schools, the effect that the colored laborers How can I write plain when the
and cheerftqly go to work to open their carried there to begin work for the "Puzzle Answer Coupon" Is so small?
i farms and learh the ways of their new railroad went up against a proposi- was discovered and furnished to the I hope you can read my name and
fatherland. tion they knew nothing about. Long Life Remedy Company by Father address, but I could hardly crowd it all
"I never knew a Hollander to return The men were unacquainted with H. E. O'Grady. in the stingy little old space you give."


W CLEANLINESS 4
is a necessity to perfect Health and an essential
element of Happiness. To prevent sickness and enjoy the comforts
offife you should equip your sleeping apartment or dressing chamber
with a snowy white, one-piece

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Porcelain Enameled Lavatory
",tdr d Lavatories are
made in numerous beauifi.
designs and are free from
cracks and crevices, thereby
providing sanitary con.:i::ons
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By installing a S dwe
One-piece Lavatory in your
sleeping apartment or dressing
chamber you will be provided
with a scource of comfort not
otherwise obtainable. To
have running hot and cold
water as desired at your touch,
will prove a source of delight
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If you will call we will take pleasure in showing you the
Tamrd" one-piece Lavatories and other fixtures of the same manu-
facture we have displayed in our showroom, and will supply you
with information required to secure perfect plumbing job.

WICKE & CO.


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