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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 23, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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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SEATHIER, Showers and thnder-
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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SUNDAY MORNINGr, JULY 23, 1905.


CASUALTY LIST IN THE


BENNINGTON DISASTER


Fon.line Dead and Seven Other The Japanese Minister


STREETS


Superintendent Gingles Will Em-
ploy Every Available Man in
Cleaning the City.


A w- s -f w-w 7 M-4.. -


JAPAN HAS i


HLF MILL


MEN IN FIELD

Annies Form an Immense Sickle
Reaching From Liao Tang
to Korean Coast


JAPANESE SECRECY


In Screening Army Movements
Has Stirred Up Germans.

GENERA. STAFF TO EXAMINE
METHODS OF ADMINiTE.RING
THE ARMY IN TIME OF PEACE
AND WAR WITf VtEW 110 PRE-
.NTING LEAKS.

By Associated Preo.
Uridiapupdze, Manchuria, JMly 22.-
The Japanese armies at present occu-
p) the position of an immense sickle
with the handle reaching from a few
miles south of IAao Yang anE passing
through Chantafu and the blade cir-
cling northward toward Kirin and
with the tip on the Korean coast south
of Possiet Bay.
It Is estimated that General Nogi
has eighty battalions, Genera-- Oku
sixty, General Nodsu thirty-six, Gen-
er-al Kuroki one hundred and sixty,
General Kawamura ninety, and Gen-
eral Hasegawa one hundred and twen-
ty. The battalions average one thou-
sand men which makes the numerical
strength of the Japanese 50000.
GERMANS REOROANTOZNG
ARMY ADM*IN6thRAT 1Q 0
Berlin, July 22.-The secrecy with
which the Japanese have screened the
movement of their armies has caused
the German general staff to re-exam-
ine the methods for administering the
army in time of peace or war so that
Intelligence, even about little things,
shall not become known outside of
those Immediately concerned. The
general staff, already one of the most
reserved institutions in Germany is
to become still more impenetrable.



BIG FORCE WILL


WORK ON THE


bodies Believd to Still be
on Board Vessel.


MAY FOOT UP 125


hen Complete Story of Casul-
ties is written.

STORIES OF DARING AND SELF-
SACR FICE FOLLOW STORY OF
HONOCALST-BOILERS SAID TO
HAVE BEEN LEAKING PREVIOUS
TO ACCIDENT-DEAD WILL BE
G:VEN MILITARY BURIAL TO-


DAY.


By Associated Pres.
S- 'i. al.. July 22.-A practi-
:..n. I mniary of yesterday's
.. ."i he gunboat Benning-
*i, :., gFven with some de-

iimher of casualties is
n one hundred and ten,
i,- n!own dead 4b; dead be-
n flooded compartments
S; now at hospitals under


number o nmen still miss-
i,:'ainable at this hour. It
however, when the corn-
-' is wrkten the casualties
p 125.
*lrt aboard th(- Bennington
,..- fing best towards search-
c- : bodies beneath the steel CARICAT
h l closed and flooded
Anfus,,ill vhics, tbnOwJ P A U L
,, ini-s:n "which follow- I L
:-. an wk (, rescue
* '". 4',r > 1 h lo m and L
h, 'a y Te crew R E
c rn..n o: :v a. wh had an
". :. \' -('('-nes. M en
S worked t.o U. S. Cruiser
141 4.,flLU*U- *


;'a;n menI1
-p,. **' of hero-
ji 7 mnal, fl b frst sta -
-la'i-. ti ', ac,-ident.
'k tit, ih ex
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an,:. a !hoi~crnak-r
.4 r. damage .
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'; a ril:ta.y ANNAPOLIS.
;;y a r:"" !, ,T. a- t~; nil:-
o>n. a" l'iint l1, ima.
:'n. a o r oan of air By Aesociated Press.
Si- :ri "ata !,i Norfolk, Va.. July 23.-The remains
lb. i;!:tl. of Admiral John Paul Jones, recently
,xp ,i;,in. a:,! ;i;;, ,..-| found ir France as the result of a long
:.i..-;. H,. :-..n lh'd search, passed the Virginia capes this
7 r-t .'Inc :,., i;.JI.:, morning on board the United Stat -s
cruiser Brooklyn, under command of
Rear Admiral Sitsbee. Off this coast,
RA the fleet was met y the battleshipi
-RRABE*LL* Lsquadron of the North Atlantic fleet in
i o divisions, the first under command
*to The of Rear Admiral Evans and the second
he Journal. commanded by Rear Admiral Davis.|
T El aor:h The three squadrons approached the,
.~I i capes together, the vessels under com-,
S' mand of Rear Admiral Evans leading!
'-.' Sawy'v er wa. and th? Davis and Sigsbee squadronsl
\Is ,. -a Pick-! close following The thod of Ald-


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map---- weeImia 1 ---c I-
S'-r" lntea w' re miral Jones is to be carried to Anna-
.'-- IIry literaure., polis.
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:in of fratrnaa CONDITION OF JAS. W TE
V of W.. K o.
a w: which art IS VER SATISFACTORY
: and w!: attend
(' has organized, The condition of Jas. White, who is
S:;,.o,,,. Buying in the hospital, was very satisfactoryj
"'ac-ur of ice is last night to the attending physicians
- !s far. He continued to improve during yester-
Sh harhbr to- day and last night. He rested weli.
S:uimber for for- during the night, and it is believed
that unless complications arise that
n":= on fuii; time he will recover.
":. your repr,- He is not yet cognizant of the fact
; days in ouri that both his father ano Ed. Dansb7
S'r.ds. are dead. the physicians deciding to
;i ws.. bright l-eep this information from him until
bc grows stronger.


0crnor Folk is After

St Louis Race Gamblers
As-t ated Pre de. camped outside the b!~ Tae chief
-- --Indr orders of police, police com lssloner and,
Folk, three Chief Detective Desmomi bought tiic-
: !r the com- ets and watched thed th ce* Afr the
... S:. Louits. races, the offlcenrs j d them outside
outside the and returned to St. Lasia. No arresL.
;ii hling on thej were made. The police oSars and
S*i, were not ad- track managers k d a private meet-
-- -..~k uvner, sao they la at the t .


To The United States


rURE SKKTC OF KOQORO TAKAHIRA.
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JONES' BODY

ACHES AMERICA


*tlm *urine


HOPE TO STAMP


OUT YELLOW


FEVER


New Orleans Wil
Used so
in Ha

By Associ;
New Orleans. Ju
autopsy on a patie
died to-day of wha
--nirimv- ftvpr di,


I Apply Methods
Successfully
avana.

ated Press.
ily 22.-The oMcia;
_nt. an Italian, who
t has been called a
ir l '1 the dri,;ea-e


OBSTRUCTION IN


RIVER REMOVED


DEATH OF DANSBY


CAME AS A


SHOCK


Many Thought Young Man Was on
Road to Recovery-Funeral
Will Occur To-day.

The death of Edward' C. Dansby,
which occurred early yesterday morn-
ing, came as a shock to the hundreds
of friends and relatives of this popu-
lar young man in Pensacola. Many
thought that he was on the road to
recovery, inasmuch as he improved
during Friday to a considerable extent.
and they were not aware of the re-
lapse which occurred late in the even-
ing.
The relapse occurred at 6 o'clock,
and from that hour until 3:40 o'clcok
he continued to sink lower, death re-
lieving him of his suffering at that
hour. He became unconscious again
late in the afternoon and never regain-
ed consciousness up to the hour of his
death.
Much regret was expressed about
the city when it became known that
this popular young man, who was on
friendly terms with every person with
whom he was acquainted, had passed
to the Great Beyond.
Mr. Dansby. who had been with the
clothing store of John White since he
was a small boy, was 25 years of age.
He was born and reared in this coun-
ty, and has numerous relatives in vari-
cus sections. He leaves three sisters
and a brother, in addition to many
other relatives and a large circle of
frieaz's and acquaintances.
The thneral- servlcea wl "be con-
didcted this afterorae.-tom- thUe Jl-
dence of his sister, Mrs. Hollifleld, No.
302 West Intendencia street. where
the deceased resided. The services
will occur at 4:30 o'clock, and the cor-
tel-e will move to St. John's cemetery.
where the interment will 1b made.
The pall bearers selected are three
clerks of the White store and three
members of the Knights of Pythias, of
which the deceased was a member
They are A. Henry White. Jas. H. Nix,
John Kohler, F. C. Bayliss, Jas. W.
Andrews and J. K. Quarles.
The members of the Clerks' Union.
of which the deceased' was a member,
will attend the funeral in a body.



WILLIAMS TOLD


OF DANSBY'S


DEATH


Said He Was Sorry, But That It
. Could Not Be Helped-Was


Ledge that Menaced Navigation
at Portsmouth Blown Up
With Dynamite.

FORTY TONS OF EXPLOSIVE DIS.
CHARGED WITHOUT ACCIDENT
AND WITH COMPLETE SUCCESS,
THIRTY THOUSAND PERSONS
WITNESSED EVENT.

By Associated Pres.
Portsmouth, N. H., July 22.-As
electric spark to-day discharged forty
tons of dynamite and the three acre
ledge that had menaced navigation in
the Piscataqua river was destroyed.
Setting off this enormous amount of
explosive, which is said to have been
the largest ever handled at one time
in this country if not in the world, was
attended by little damage and by no
accident. It was declared a complete
success both by the contractors who
carrie dout the undertaking and by the
United States government officials
who have supervised the work.
The switch by which the immense
blast was discharged was operated by
Miss Ethel Foster, the young daughter
of the superintendent of the contract-
ing firm, at a signal given by Rear
Aunmiral W. W. Mead, commandant of
the Portsmouth navy yard.
Thirty thousand persons witnessed
the event.



ENGLAND AGAIN

m- m
WINS TENNIS


TROPHY


American Players Defeated at
Wimbledon After a Des-
perate Fight

By Asociated Press.
London, July 22.-For another year
the Dwight F. Davis international lawn
tennis trophy will have its home in
England'. At Wimbelon to-day Hol-
comie Ward and Beals C. Wright, eA-
pecially the last named, tried hard and
fought desperately to take the silver
trophy back to the lani of its origin,
and at one time they were in measur-
able distance of their desires, but R.
F. and M. L. Doherty, past masters In
the art of getting out of tight corners,
snatched victory from apparent defeat,
thus adding another point to their
score in the challenge event which now
stands 3 to 0 in favor of the defenders
of the trophy.

TIIDTV I&l IIID ml


.suJ1ciuus .. ...A big force of laborers will be placed Visitd y His Mother IIIIn I IllUVioLU
to be yellow fever, at work Monday morning by Street VI d By HisM r.
President Souchon. of the State Superintendent Gingles. Every avail- BY COLLFSION
Board of Health has no:ifled Governor able man in the city will be procured
Blanchard and the health officials of and as large a force as it is possible When Wm. F. Williams was told
Banchird and the hea mals to obtain will get out and commence a yesterday morning of the death of
Mississippi. Texas and A!abama. ; systematic campaign against weeds Ed. Dansby, and that it had been, By Associated Press.
Arrangements have ieen made at and poor drainage. It will be a gen- d inflicted Portsmouth, Va., July 22.-Thirty
the detention iic-pial t treat the re-eral cleaning up of the city, so far ascause the bullet wound inflicted jured five possib
mining patients. the streets are concerned, and it is himself, his only reply was that hefatally, ina collisioninured bewee tw
Application of the s me methods the desire to have it completed at as was sorry, but that it could not be electric cars here this afternoon. The
pursued at Havana will be made and early a date as possible. helped. accident happened on a steep grade
the authorities are hopeful that th2 The street superintendent has expe- Williams did not appear either sur- where the tracks curve.
disease will be stampe.1 out. rienced considerable difficulty in oD- prised or pained when told of the
training good men but it is expected death of the young man with whom
STATES QUARANTINE tha there will be enough secured by he had d work for years. He took itPRFSIDF T AN
TATES ANTNEW ORLANS. Monday to make a good commence-f quietly, and appeared as cheerful as PRS ID T AND
AGAINST NW LEAN ment. It is possible that fifty men; when he had only one murder charge
will be ready for work to-morrow hanging over him. ROOT CONFER
By Associated Press. morning. He still occupies the same cell in


New Orleans. July 22.-The State
Board of Health has been in confer-
ence here with representatives of the
boards of other Southern states ove-
the health situation, but as yet there
has been no official announcement o!
the existence of yellow fever in New
Orleans. It is expected that the re-
sults of of an autopsy investigation
will be given out to-day. Alabama,
Mississippi and Texas all have quar-
antined. The quarantine affects pas-
sengers only.


At every point where weeds are
growing they will be cut down and
carted away, and in addition all drains
will be opened up. in order that they
may be drained thoroughly and no
stagnant water left standing to breed
disease.
For the past week the street force
has been somewhat behind with its
work, owing to the fact that all men
have been employed in cutting a big
drain south on Jefferson street to the
bay.


which he was placed .last Tuesday
afternoon, and no one is allowed to
visit him except his immediate rela-
tives, and even then some one from
the jail always stands at the door dur-
ing the conversation.
Yesterday Williams was visited by
his mother, who remained with him
for some time. He gave her instruc-
tions as to the disposition of some
effects he had, and asked the family
not to spend too much money in de-
fending him.,


By Associated Press.
Oyster Bay, July 22.-President
Roosevelt and Secretary of State Elihu
Root concluded their conference but
absolutely nothing was disclosed con-
cerning whatever decision may have
been reached. Secretary Root left
immediately on the yacht Sylph.

ONE KILLED AND

THREE INJURED

By Associated Pre.
Nashville, July 22.--Oe man was
kiled and three others fatally injured
as the result of a head-on collisoa of
freight trains on the LouAlsvi. and
Nashville ead this aftaoon at H
kisa CnMte.ss


PRITC1E 5 CENTS


MANSLAUGHTER


VERDICT IN THE


VAUCHN CASE


Trial Concluded Last Night and
Motion Will Be Made for
New Tral.


CASE OF BURTON


Will Be Argued Monday on Motion
to Quash.

J. C. NICHOLS AT WHOM VAUGHN
FIRED WHEN BYSTANDER WAS
KILLED, FINED $15 AND COSTS,
UPON CHARGE OF ASSAULT AND
BATTERY.

The trial of John B. Vaughn, charged
! with murder in the second degree, con-
cluded last night. The testimony was
finished about 4 o'clock in the after-
noon, and the arguments of Solicitor
Loftin and Jas. R. Landrum for th3
prosecution, and C. M. Jones for the
defense were then heard. The case
went to the jury about 7 o'clock, and
a verdict of manslaughter was return-
ed within half an hour.
The case has been before the court
for exactly two days, and during this
time a large number of witnesses were
examined for the prosecution and de-
fense.
Attorney Jones gave notice of a mo-
tion for a new trial, and this will be
argued next Thursday. In the mean-
time Mr. Vaughn is held under the
same bond as before.
The Burton Case.
C. M. Jones, representing B. H. Bur-
ton, who has seven informations
against him for uttering forged paper,
forgery, and obtaining signatures by
false pretenses, made a motion during
the day to quash the informations, set.
ting forth the grounds why suca
should be done. The court set Monday
to hear the arguments on the motion
to quash, as the case is set for trial
on Tuesday.
Nichols Fined.
J. C. Nichols, the man who Vaughn
fired at when he killed a bystander,
was before the court upon the charge
of assault and battery upon Mr.
Vaughn. Hle was found guilty and
sentenced to pay a fine of $15 and
costs or serve 45 days in jail.

BLUE RIBBON

WAS DEFEATED

Special to The Journal.
Montgomery, Ala. July 22.--Follow-
ing are the summaries in the races
here to-day:
First Race, best 3 in 5 heats-CLa
tory (Webber) 3-3-3-3; Blue Ribbon,
(Newell) 2-2-1-2; Katie Wilkes,
(Smith) 1-1-2-1. Best time 2:19.
Second Race, best 2 in 3 heat--
Little Pointer, (Newell) 1-1; Buck,
(Trimble) 2-2. Best time 2:24.
Third Race, best 2 In 3 heats-Red
Ribbon (Newell), 1-1; Little Jo*
(Trimble) 2-2. Best time 2:16.

BASEBALL
July 22
By Associated Press.
Southern League.
New Orleans 4, Atlanta 1.
Little Rock i, Birmingham 1, ter I.
nings, called on account of rain.
Memphis 7, Nashville 1.
Shreveport-Montgomery, raia,
South Atlantic League.
Savannah 3, Macon 1
Auguita 1, Charleston 3.
Jacksonville 2, Columbia 4,
American League,
Detroit 8, Washington 6, (flmt
Game.)
IDetroit 4, Washington 3, (Secono
Game.)
St. Louis 0, Philadelphia 6, (FbIn
Game.)
St. Louis 3, Philadelphia 2, (BeeeS
Game.)
Cleveland 5, Boston 3.
Chicago 2, New York L.


National League.
Phlladelphta-Pittsburg rain.
Brooklyn 1, Cincinnati 6, (FtPg
Game.)
Brooklyn 1, Cincinnati 7, (secm&
Game.)
Borton 2, CL cago l.
Nw 'York W, 0LLo'tb 4.


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Remains Passed Virbia
Capes Satrday.

MET BY NORTH ATLANTIC BAT-
TLESHIP SQUADRON OFF VIR-
GINIA COAST AND ESCORTED
INTO PORT-WILL BE TAKEN TO


WHICH DO YOU WANT?
Good sert read the ads They ha learned that the bet pe are to be
ahA i that way, withIha rifg toI pay omnino Most of e poorr ervants
cao read at all.
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$1.00 Buys
3.Mto $S.MS rt Walt Mlls

10 DOZEN SHIRT WAIST
SUITS; ALL SIZE$ AND A
FULL LINE OF COLORS TO
PICK FROM: WORTH FROM
SUC TO S500; SPECIAL

$1.00

$1.00 Buys
3.16 to $5.0 SKIRTS
10 DOZEN FINE PIQUE AND
LAWN SKIRTS, NICELY
TRIMMED; A FULL LINE
OF SIZES TO PICK FROM;
WORTH FROM $3.00 TO $5.
SPECIAL

$1.00

69c Buys
S1,00 t $2.00 CORSETS


12 DOZEN CORSETS, BOTH
LONG AND SHORT WAIST;
ALL SIZES; WORTH FROM
$1.00 TO $2.00; SPECIAL


69c


$1.39 Buys


7s Unbleached --Cotton> .7c .1
10 YVards or b 4 Cents
One case Unbleached Cottons full 38 inches


wide( finished slto worth 7.o Ot iDmore than
20 yards to a customer. ; S,eal 10 yards for

49 cents


THE


Pensacola's Busy
Bargain Center
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BIG


P ASGUWDAY MOaNINr 1L: Y a3T[s W


II 10 Cents


CAMBRIC


10 Cents


10 Yards for 65 Cents
One case Cambric, full yard wide soft finish
for the needle; worth lOc yard; not more than
20 yards to a customer. Special, 10 yards for

65 cents


Pensacola's Busy

STO RE Bargain Center


This Store Ctoser very Friday at 1 P. M.


Monday


All Mall Oulers

Ft cd as Laon

as Goed. Last


Tuesday's


Unmatchable


and


price.


they always have just what they advertise,


Bargains.


ME


PhoneO h,

Flled as Long

as Coods Last


25c Buys
3M LET SW

100 BOXES SWEET TOILET
SOAPS; THE IDEAL SOAP
FOR THE BATH; 3 CAKES
TO EACH BOX; SPECIAL;
3 BOXES FOR


25c


15c Buys
25k TWR


100 DOZ. HUCKABACK BATH
TOWELS; FULL 40 INCHES
LONG; JUST THE TOWEL
FOR THE BATH; WORTH
25c; SPECIAL

15c

89c Buys
S1.39 M SMRES


10 DOZEN BED SPREADS,


FULL SIZE AND
WEIGHT; WORTH
SPECIAL


FULL
$139;


89c

8 c Cotton


and always


promptly refund your money when you want It.


WM. JOHNSON & SON


$2.00 PARASOLS


FAST BLACK; EVERY ONE
SOLD WITH A GUARANTEE
WORTH $2.00; SPECIAL


$1.39


25c Buys
50c to S1.00 BABY CAPS
12 dozen Fine Baby Caps taken from regular stock and
offered to you at the small sum of 25c. They retail
every day in the week from 50c to $1.50, and we con*
sider them great bargains at these prices. Just to create
fast selling Monday and Tuesday, we say pick your choice
Qeeo


15c Buys
50c to S1.50 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Hats
12 dozen Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Hats taken from regu,
Slar stock and offered to you at the sensational price of
15c. Take our word for it, they are the greatest Hat
Bargains ever offered in this city. They sell regularly
for 50c to $1.50. Monday and Tuesday, pick your choice
X1oo


11 Yfr fm 65c


1 CASE FOREST MILL COT.
TON FULL YARD WIDE,
SOFT FINISH; WORTH 813c
YD.; NOT MORE THAN 20
YDS. TO CUSTOMER; SPE.
CIAL; 10 YDS.

65c


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CHIPLEY 1

Special to The Journal.
Chipley. July 22.--'he B. C. & St. A.
I.. R people have received several
lore cars of steel rails and have com-.
mence'l track laying again. The)
will soon have a switch in at Blue
Lake, where Crow & Brford are saw-
ing a car load of lumber a day.
A new Gardener was employed re-
centy at the beautiful suburban resi-
dence of our ex-townsman Davis
Garden'-i. He is quite a young man
but seems to be giving entire satis-
faction as to ability an- energy. The
father's many friends hope the young
mnan may grow in usefulness and in-
terest.
Crops are about all "laid by" in this
neighborhood now and all seem to be
in good condition. Manv of the farm-
ers are now using their teams on the
railroad and hauling luirber and brick.


There is work here now for everybody
and at good wages.
The removal of the court house
from Vernon to Chipley seems to be!
the popular subject of conversation,
and work now. Chipley sent in a
petition for an election last week with
140 more names than were needed,
but owing to the failure of many Fo
register it was about 40 short. They
are whooping it up again and expect
to call an election in S-ptember with
favorable results for Chipley.

MARIANNA I

Special to The Journal.
Marianna, July 22.-The J. C. & E.
Club gave an entertainment on the
Chipola river Thursday evening. The
chaperone was ,Miss Annie Estes.
The young ladies and gentlemen gath-
ered at her residence and from there


they went to the banks of the Chipoia
greatly. Refreshments were served in
the early hours of the evening to give
all ample time to return home before
the midnight hour arrived.
Hon. C. L. Wilson is filling Judge
Walker's position as mayor while the
judge is enjoying himself on the sea-
coast.
Mr. and Mrs. A. McKinnon have
just returned from St. Andrews.
Mr. E. Bryan Ervin cashier of the
Citizens' Bank, is taking a few weeks
off on a pleasure trip.
They are progressing very rapidly
with the three story Carter building
on Main street.
NOTICE.
e Neither tne Captain. Own.
ers nor Consignees of the
steamship Elswick Park,
will be responsible tor
debts contracted by the Crew of said
vessel. P. MILL8S.
F. 0. HOWE & CO., Captain.
Consignees.


s BRIGHT'S DII
eglecting symptoms of kidney trouble, hoping "it M
t's Disease, which is kidney trouble in one of it


FOLEhKIDNI
stops irregularities, strengthens the urinaryorgans and build
of the kidneys so they will perform their functions properly. M
the is 'ties from the blood as it passes through them. Dis
the poisonous waste matter is carried by the circulation t
as sing dizziness, backache, stomach trouble, sluggish liver,
If you have any signs of Kidney or Bladder Trouble coi
KIDNEY CURE at once, as it will cure a slight disorder in a
fatal malady. It is pleasant to take and benefits the whole s]


W. A. D'ALEMBERI'E, Drugist and Apothecary, 121 S. Palafox St, Pensacola, Fla,


Mr. and Mrs. C. Sinclair, of Chip- 0. E. Alston of the G. F & A., whose :
S eANDR after a week's visi. on the bay, headquarters are in Birmingham, wa.
l eft for theIr home Wt:anesday morn- among the visitors this week.
i rng.. e m The new Recreation Pier will addl
SMrs. Slaughter and little daughter, much to the looks of the bay shore
who were a part of the Smith party and will no doubt, be quite a reso: t
Special to The Journai. at the old Sanitarium building left for the citizens.
St. Andrews, July 21.-Mr. and Mrs. ion Friday for Marianna. Mrs. J. S. Murrow left Tuesday
Attaway McKinnon, of Marianna, who Some few fishing crews have gone morning for Tululah Falls, Ga., to be
have been spending a few weeks in fishing though as yet haven't met with gone several weeks.
St. Andrews, left for their; home Wed- much success. A. D. Williams, of the Seaboard Air
nesday morning. A kerosene engine launch from Apa. Line, was among the visitors la st
The schooner "Cleopatra" has re- lachicola came in on Thursday last week.ors a
cently been repaired in first-class con- with a crowd of pleasure seekers from The U. D. C's met with Mrs. C. W. i
edition, two new four horse-power gaso- Blakely, Ga. Marks last Monday afternoon. Quite
line engines put in. and is now reay anpoa was carrd
to ply between this point and Pensa- Builds up the system; puts pure. out and much business attended to. THE WORLD'S
cola as a freight and passenger boat. rich blood in the veins; makes mea Messrs. 8. S. Bunker, of Bangor, Me. GREATEST LAXATIVE
L. M. Ware is master. and women strong and healthy. Bi.r- and Geo. Duman, of Cleveland, O.,E
Miss Delia Larkin the popular niece dock Blood Bitters. At any drug arrived in the city this week. A dose half an hour '. .:
visiting here from Tennessee for sev- Mrs. H. E, Edridge, accompanied by each morning will in.s : -.
eral m ths,, left for her home on s -- her mother, Mrs. M. E Witherspoon, health. It acts as a ron:
eral 7m hs, leftt for her home Oe left for Milton Fla, this week. creasindth flo of
Friday's vtp of the Tarpon, via Pen." H ., I Mltn a this week. creasinA the flow of hilp '.
sacFridla. One hundred negroes came to the improves the appetlte.ni .:, -
sa W. A. Emmons returned on I C Acity Wednesday to work on the rail- a reality, cures jaundi a'
Wednesday's trip of the Tarpon from road. :orders arising from an :. a %. ..re:
Pensacola. where she has been for Miss Rosalie Murat Is spending a The formula for
some weeks, few days at Lanark Inn.
Mrs. Alexander and little Special to The Journal. Mr. F. B. Hough visited Jackson-i
Mrs. Alexander and little son arE He w a Juy2e a shweek-
now making Pensacola their tempor- eewahLtchka. July 21.-The young ville this week.
ary home. Mrs. Alexander is quite people of Wewahitchka enpoyed a fl h Miss Nellie Hinckley is visiting
a favorite in social circles and will be fr Tuelay. friends in Columbus, Ga.
very much missed here. The numerous admirers of Bishop Mrs. D. R. Bragmier has moved to! Liv r nd
auspices of the M. E. church on est be with us on the fifth Sunday. her numerous friends here.
Thursday night s a prEhnounced A party of fishermen from Ban- Mr. S. E. Teague is visiting Talls- KIdn y Cure
ess an ight wa a much enjoyed affairsu- bridge. Ga., was here last week and hassee this week.
ce a a much enjoyed affair. caught plenty of fish. Dr. T. Shaffner, of Los Angeles
Miss Annie B. Mack returned Wed- Cal., visited our city this week. was discovered and fir:-i:
nesdl ,: from an extended visit to Mr. C. I. Henry will return home in Long Life Remedy C,,mpa -.
Alabama.a few days. H. E. O'Orady
Mr. W. W. Philip, of Bainbridge, Ga.,J a few days. H. E. OGrady.
was here Wednesday. AT M IART Office of Judge J. W. (`x--.
Mr. J. K.Isbell and family, MrsEATH OF MS. MCARTHY dwrdsville Ala.
K. Hunter and son, J. B. Hunter, left Long Life Remedy C ,.\-
Thursday for their summer homes at Lpne emno Th Juna. have ,


s worse t forms. sorry to learn that Mrs. Rs i. Jr., and mother of Mrs. S. D. doctors and ,g no re :"
Mrs. J. E. Posten, of Kenardt n' o JNO ROFR ay n u g ly au
S Don't go away of chronic constipation Cur

the wo PouALACtHICOLu ei -. e
o eery part of the body spec ato The journal. iHOSTETTER'S Iu, ya v
regular heart action, etc. Apaachicola, Fla., Jul, 21-
mene taking FOLEY'S heR atheboe r sreturnredsffr STOM CH BITTER
healthy aidneys strain out ta bohi w of b tter and felt bsn ger

few days and prevent a several pleasant days there. Fr Sale by


Misses Clara. Emmie anl Cecelia For pr. nt.. .. omo
Wolfson arrived in the city Tuesday Or PrCVMneg Stomac
night to spend three weeks with their: trouble e or malarial fey.
sister, Mrs. B. Goettinger. I I
Mr. B. H. Beverly visited Bristoll r M ag t iSUOCqual,
this week in the interest of the A. &f ed
N. railroad company.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Kittel, a
Mr. O. P. Rlodes spent several
days at Pensacola last week. I r namo Hats
Dr. Mailer was a visitor at Panacea'
Springs this week. a
Mr. 8. Warren has purchased thel vl l
Sheppard's residence.
Miss Annie Gibson returned home'.
ter MoU4a y so t ta ttbride. G".,. xl &1Iv r
ter a delihtftl visit to that city. NO- tK. rPvo YET.
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W ITHOUT a single doubt the very best offering of the
entire season. Desirable Merchandise gathered
from many departments and offered to you at about half


You wonder and ask how such a thing can be done.


We answer: Only by buying in large quantities Iike we do.
Fall In line and follow the crowd to THE BIG STORE, where


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SWILL SIART


A LOW COLLAR n MONDAY

Ss raw Hast Rum- Ca R C.
o. and ight two-
and you can snap
S- :'.: at the high-noon i C


Seine Bloch Made The work of taking the census of
.'. th'_i ade by Escambia county will commence to-'
mrrow morning. Preparations for
-. n of h,, -;;,' Tail- this important work have about been
S nd i. i. n iedlhs for u completed and a number of deputies
Shave been appointed, though the Es-
-, an:-hin; a:oU 'llhemn. a cambia enumerator has not yet com-
a-, well acqua::',: v |ih pleted his list.
SMr. Caldwell received his blanks
ine. and instructions recent, and stated
SCOME SEE THEM. iast night that he expected to sta-t
his deputies out Monday. Th census
--- will be he most complete ever taken'
Sin Escambia county, and will include
j S' )|'QmfffblJ population, manufacturing and farm-i
ftI T8KIMFASF1 MB :ng interests, railroads, telegraph, and'
Everything that could be suggested for
C. C.Ooo s 0- oee. Awp*wrI such a record. I
V nThe city inspectors so far appoint-
,~rrv-w ti' 1ifiillillllfllhlltYnmm 3 ed are J. O'Donovan, Mr. Wilkerson
and Joe Jacoby, with one vacancy to
be filled. It is probable that Messrs.
f. K. WHIf Er Fillingim and Brewton will take the'
nrw aMt rt J census of the country.
o" oi.a. p MThe questions to be asked those!
p$. bPaora It f t. nf who are to be called upon by the
enumerators are many, and it will re-
quire some time. First on the list
will come the location. Under this
ITRSELY TOLD. are the street. number of house, num-
per of dwelling house in order of
visitation, number of family in order
of visitation. The next is the name
:':;'Y W' B-rwn and Chas. C. Vf-iof each person, relation of each person
Ni r Cki- ('i(.v, were here yester- to the head of the family, whites, ne-
L .. ,->. I groes. Aher races, sex, date of birth.
Sage at last birthday, whether single
\\ ; r-. J. C. Vauple and J. or married, widowed or divorced, num-
: N~s. hville. are among the her of years married, mother of how
,*- .--cr.s who are in the city many children, number of children
-*rvd a: the Merchants. living, race of birth, place of birth
:: severe thunder storm of father, place of birth of mother.
.. Morning ligLtneg struck year of immigration to this country.
(YOd Mill Inn, almost number of years in the United States.
i,. J.moliehing the structure. number of years in this state, natu-
ralizatlon, occupation, education, own-
.i, :,iants were before Record- ership of home.
r-: ::. the municipal court yes- All of these questions are properly
ng. gOf this number three classified under these heads, and the'
-- were discharged, one case theet upon which these question ap-i
one defendant given a jail pear is twenty-one inches long. In,
,:: thirty days. and a fin? addition to this there are important
-" .: -< d upon the remaining one.; instructions to the enumerators, cover.-
_. thing several pages of circular. The
Sholson. wh has been 'gist of these instructions, and those
~, 1 .;a for mor than a year which most concern the public, is as
S lca\t Wednesday for h"jiows:
; ',, :n Dcr::rark ieNil-ere bie'SOP4 6 .
i-t, a' will go to l InstrIUtie to Enumeratort.
e h via C. .de line to "In gathering the information re-;
-. \,ri,. a..i rroiu ~~tr tiby ocean quired to fill out the blank census
..lnmiik forms sent you herewith, it must first
be understood between the people who
"i. tir- co'- n boll ; ,op n in this are to furnish it and yourself, that all
tion ,ha,- he-n .-'- ;, Th. Journal matters or questions pertaining to
H E Jone-, of Hith.and. Fla., the business are strictly confidential;
; 'L,. in:. , w -: ,f Mi'lino. The that neither personal or family sc-
.- pinkedl on Jui: 1'N Mr. Jones reIs. or the business affairs of Indi
. i, 1 ot ten or ti,-1\,' acres from viduals, firms or corporations will be
"(' T a- ak.~ w, ich is. doing ex- divulged or exposed to the public.
..' ;;. H' .-ays a cotion gin "You will. therefore, permit no one
"'_ net-!. ir. :ha' neighborhood. to scrutinize or investigate your work,
for any purpose, while in course ofi
-, composer of Dan Stiliivan. preparation by you, but this does not
o Grnv-il DI)r. Rinaldo refer to persons in you- employ. No
P \-i r wo'rrh and; JudZei employee should be permitted to make
S-\fct. :.ir'rn. ;o the c;i' ianv statement whatever concerning
*- af.t )ha vini p 'n; about it. for publication or otherwise, m.t t
e. n ;arnipr. sTl au.- even vyo;rsel.
,--: x .', i,.- -r;,:-. T"lTe information returned on the
i h, par:- :rniained in camp1 manufacturer's schedule should cover
m* lore daye. the business y' ar of the establishment
> *-r He'. .rrivals- W'. H. mn:st yearly .onforming to the year
F- Bonnf:vy W\n. J. Young. New' ending December 31. 1904.
W R T' lo:. Ne~: t)rleans "All answers will be held absolutely
T,r. N,, Ori-a,::: E. A. c(nfide'?',ii. No publication will be
,,::!,nd) Fia 1' K Kenneli Made in the census reports disclosing
:m. Ala.: .i.s "I-e:,-.. .lack- the names or operations of individual
SA. .I. Ha:hanay. B on fay: et-Tahli;hment in any particular, and
o Mobile: Ji. H Colin. Ci- :he information will be used only fo~
r th statis:ical purposes for which it
: '-li:h. who has ha.d har:,, wins riven.
"i's circulaooc for sev:-rat "'Amo)unts and values must be ob
a :,a risign'ri his p :'->:: :o- :alneA from book accounts, if such ac-
a- ncon to day ,or Cun- (c(tunts are available. Each question
e. ie to vcsi: hi. ta is 1 hoe answered. If any question !s
'::.,ih has dore some ro.nd fo'nd not &r.plicabll end n) amounts
Sr .Io,:rnal and his a.s- artc reported. wrke the word "none."
pa;'.,- rigC:-.- to see him "'If a mercantile, mining, quarr-iinX.


;e -,c-,,djd as c :rculat i. n or oher business carried on in con-
.-. S Sw'qw:. who has n"-tion with manufaturinig the Cipi-
newspar'r work ln tal. employees, wage x expenses, pro-
wi-,ose experiencee has ductsf. :.. reported m.us: perain oulv;
Sin :ith larger cities to the anufacruring.
uj:Pn his duties at Vital Stati~tics.
:e of ithe circulation "Poll :ist of males twenty-one years
I- -
R n ad TO KILL THE DANDRUFF GERM
n 'n Ribbon and Va- Is the Only Possible Way of Having
:,'m' ah o:her Iemon An Effective Cure
S '- .... i-" s because of the
! .:' Ribbon Lemon 1gxuriant glossy hair. you may be
t :,.esF Flavors sure neither has dandniff to amount to
anything. In nearly every- case where
women and men have thin. brittle
iEMPTED are hundreds of preparations that
"claim' to cure dandnrff. but not one
JAIL D LI Ry but Newbro's Herpicide tells you that
JA D LIVI dandruff is the result of a germ bur-
rowing into the scalp, and that perma-
nent cure of dandruff and its cornse- of age.
bE clc ated Pree uen: falling and bal aess. can only be :nstruct
-.A had by killing the germ; and there is on ,cpa
--A plot of 19 ro other preparation that will destroy i
"-rrpower a lone, that germ but Newbro's Herpicide. is m
'-.n yesterday at --Destroy the cause, and you remove "Fina
S: epe. tarled hLy the effect." Sold by W. A. IYAlem- quested
Sand ush by two berte. druggist and apotheacry, 121 S. ment a
S happem:ed to beI Palafox street. Fenaeola, Fla. Send rect an
attempt at 10c. in stamps for sample to The Her- T
,- ,p'evented. picide Co.. Detroit, Mick. T e
and ret
..... The l


ICE, COAL and WOOD
C.,, sumevw' 5w~~-rc- E PrI0NW1
Co-uorner Chse a-mi Tinmmuin.


careful
Imports
ir.tended
of the
raising
asked ir
lengthyy
time thi
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A Specially Tempting Array of Bargains in Every department


will make the closing week of our big sale an unusually attractive one for thrifty buyers. Our patrons

have learned by actual experience that the marvelously low prices which we quote on such occasions
are for goods of recognized quality. We will do our utmost to give you greater values than ever
during the coming week, This.ad. gives you but a faint idea of the wonderful buying chances offered
in every department during this Special Pre-Inventory Sale.
If you can match these bargains elsewhere your money will be cheerfully refunded.


Pre-Inventory Sale White
Goods and Linens.
Good Quality White Check Nain-
sook, in this sale, 10 yards for.. 89c
Fine 20c White India Linen, beau-
tiful Finish, in this saie at .... 100
45-inch Persian Lawn, and India
Wash Batiste, very sheer and
fine, 25c value, now .......... 150
SSc Sheer and Fine White Persian
Lawn beautiful finish, while it
lasts for .................... 10c
15c and 18c White Duck and
Pique, to go at .............. 10c
1 lot of Fine Sheer Fancy White
Lawns and Dotted Swiss, worth
15e to 20c, in this sale ........ 100
10 pieces Sheer White Skip Lawn,
the 12%c kind to go in this sale
10 yards for .................. 65
40-ch White India Linen, the
12%c kind on sale now for ....8y2c
15c and 18c White French Madras,
Choice patterns, special for this
sale .......................... 10c
Ste White Pure UInen Cambrics,
t o U .;... :-.......
50c White Pure Linea Lawn and
Cambric, to go at ............ 9c
75c White Linen Lawn Suitings,
special cut price ............ 47z
71-inch Belfast All-Linen Suiting,
White, the 39c quality, now .... 98c
90-inch Extra Fine White Belfast
Linen Suiting, regular $1.50
quality, now ...... ........$1.19

Pre- Inventory Sale of
Colored Wash Coeds


25c printed Organdies'
20c Moaair Falaisse Voilo
19c Printed French Swiss
18c Printed Cordette Ba-
tiste .................
19c Vaiie Noppe ........
18c Printed Sage Rayb, in
the Choicest Styles....


9'C
2t


I lot of 10c and 15c Printed Airy
Batiste, and Lawns all good
styles, to go now at ..........6'/2c

Pre- Inventory Sale of
Hosiery.


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


8c
14c
22c
45c
15c
35c


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Pre-lnventory Sale Bargains from 8 to 9

o'clock a. m. only.


36-inch White Curtain Scrim,
limit 10 yares to each customer,
per yard .......................3%c
Best 10c washable Edinboro Zephyr
Gingham, Itmit 10 yards to each
customer, for ................ 59c
$5.00 and $6.00 Accordeon Plaited
Skirts, limit 1 to each customer
for ......................... $2.95
10c Cosmopolitan Paper Patterns
limit 2 patterns to each cus-
tomer ........................ Free
White Cotton Crash Towels, limit
1 dozen to each customer, per
dozen ...................... 32c
Ladies' $1.25 and $1.39 Muslin
Gowns and Skirts, from 8 to 9
only .......................... 85c
1 lot of 50c and 75c Colored
Lawn Shirt Waists, 1 to each
customer for ................. 39c


$1.19 White Nottingham Lace Cur-
tains, good size and finished,
scalloped edges, limit, 2 pairs
to each customer, per pair .... 69c
35c White Table Damask, limit 5
yards to each customer, per
yard ......................... 19c
Ladies' ,.0c Fine Black Lace Lisle
Hose. limit 3 pairs to each cus-
tomer for ....................$1.00
Ladies' $1.25 Blue Duck Skirts,
trimmed in White Braid, limit 1
to each customer at .......... 59c
18c Sheer White Persian Lawn,
limit of 10 yards to each cus-
tomer for .................... 89c
8c and 10c White Torchon Laces,
and Embroideries, limit 12 yards
to each customer, per yard .... 3%c


-Miecollaneous Bargains.


Ladies' 10c Undervests, now 71
going at .................. 272
Laies' 8%c Undervests, to 6C
go. -at ...................... U
One lot of Ladles' Undervests 4
to go at ....................
75c 10-4 White Bed Spreads, 59
now ................-......
$1.00 10-4 White Bed Spreads, 7t
now ........................ I
$1.50 Extra 10-4 White Bed $1
Spreads, now .......... e
25 yards Best Bull's Head ifOn
Domestic for ........... 1 vUU
Mill Ends and Remnants of Wash
Goods and Table Linen on Special
Bargain Counters at Slaughter
Prices.
Sc Hemstitched Handkerchiefs 12
now ..... .................... 22
10c Hemstitched or Embroider- -1a
ed Handkerchiefs, now ....... 12w
15c Hemstitched or Embroid- 10c
ered Handkerchiefs, now .. I U
Men's White Bandana Hand- I,
kerthiefs for ...............
10-4 bleached Pepperel Sheet- 1 1
ing, the 25c kind. this sale I i2C
9-4 bleached Pepperel Sheet- I 1
ing. the 22%c kind, now.. 2
15c Hair Brushes, good bristle ani
polished wood handles, now I0
going at .................. I U


35c Extra Qualiay Hair Brushes, good
strong bristle, with polished OE
handle, now only ....... &
75c Superior Quality Hair Brush, im-
ported bristle, and finely 59C
polished handles, now .....
10c Tooth Brushes now going 7
at ..........................
25c Superior Tooth Brushes, very fine
bristle, ivory handles, now 15
only ......................
20c and 25c Extra-White Pearl (I
Buttons, all sizes, now only.. 5t
Ladies' 40c Super Lisle Gloves, in
black, white and colors, now 2 C
going at .................. &
10c Bevel Edge Hand Mirrors, pol-
ished wood back and han- -C
die, now only .............. --
25c Mir:ors, Nickel Frame and Decor-
ated Back, with hanging 1C
chain, now only ........... 1
50c Triplicate Mirrors, Nickle Frame
and Decorated Backs, to go 3
at ........................
12 yards 36-inch Bleached
Fitchville Domestic for ...... 9c
10c wide Torchon Laces, and 3C
Embroideries. to go at ....
1 lot of 18c and 20c Sheer and Fine
White Swiss, and Fancy 10
Striped Lawns at .........1C
25c and 50c Pillow Tops 8 11
to 9 a. m. ................


Pre-Inventory Sale of Towels and Toweling.


5c White Crash Towels, to go in
this sale, per dozen .......... 35c
8c White Huck Towels, now 4c or
per dozen .....................48c
8c White Turkish Toweis. now go-
ing at ........................ 5c
15c extra size Turkish Bath Tow-
els, in this sale $1.00 per dozen
or each ...................... 10c
200 dozen 20x45 Extra Weight
White Huck Towels, special cut
price $1.35 doz, or each ....... 12


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200 dozen 18x36 White Huck Tow-
els, Hemmed and extra weight,
worth $1.50 per dozen, in this
sale .......................... 950
5c White Twilled Crash Toweling,
now ................. ..... ..... 3 o
8c Check Glass Toweling, now .. 5c
8c White Huck Toweling, how
only .......................... .5/2c
Special cut prices on all finer
towelings.


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Pre.lnventory Sale
Suits, Skirts and 1
$5.00 White Lawn Suits, be;
ly made, in sizes 32 and 3
if you can wear this siz
can have them for ......
$6.00 White Belfast Linen
beautifully tucked anD- st
only 1(; suits left, si/es
38, 40, 42 and 44, your
Monday for ............
This is considerably less
actual cost of the material
$15.00 Very Sheer and Fine
Lawn Suits, trimmed wit
enrbroldered flouncing and
sizes 34, 36, 38 and 49. to
out Monday for ........
$7.50 White Dotted Swiss
surplice front waist, bet
ly made, sizes 34, 36. 38 a
to close them out Monda
50 dozen Fine White
Shirt Waists, beauti-
fully tucked back, front
and cuffs, and trimmed
in lace or embroidery,
new style sleeves,
regular $1.50 value..
All our $1.75 and $1.98 F
Lawn and Button-hole
embroidered Waists...
$2.50, $2.75 and $3.00 ch;
White Lawn Waists,
beautifully made, at....

Special.
100 Ladies' ready-to-wear \
Hats and Children's
Sailors, worth from 50c
to $1.25. .............
150 plain Black Straw
Sailor Hats, formerly
50c ..................
50 Men's White 50c Straw
Hats .............. ...

Pre -nventory Sa
Silks.
36-inch Black or Changeabl
or.d All-Silk Mousseiine
feta, the regular $1.39. no
$1.00 All-Silk, Cheney Bros
fera, in the new Chei
Changeable effects, now
59c Black and Colored Jap
now ....................
75c and 89c Washable Jap
In the new shepherd check
Pekin Stripes, very cool
practical, now ........
36-inch Pagoda Taffeta
worth 90c, in Black and
ors, a good, strong wi
quality, now .........
36-inch Chiffon Silks, in Blac
colors former value 75c,
only ...................


Ladies'
Vaists.
autiful-
4 only,
;e, you
......$1.98
Suits,
itched.
34, 36,
choice
......$2.39
s than the
alone.
White
th fine
I panel
o close
...... $6.9
Suits,
autiful-
mnd 40,
y, for $3.95

98c
each
Ine White
$1.19
L0ce style
$1.95




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15c

each

de of


e Col-
Tat-
)w ....925/I
. Taf-
melion
...... a6g
Silks,
...... 37o
Silks,
is, and
I and
...... 370w
Silks,
1 Col-
earing
...... 57c
k and
now
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Follow carefully the specaii MAIL KAHN ON unnerved me. I was associates' with
tions relating to every column' John White for twelve years and I am
irate sheet accompanying .Ti' THE WHITE STORE TRAGEDY in a position to say that a better or COMFORT. CORDIALITY. CUISINE
,rtant. Following is an extract from a clt- more peaceable man never lived. .I
ally, you are most earnestly re-1 ter just received by The Journal from i learned nothing but good from him. SOE RT E
!and always looked upon him as a fa-
to exercise your best Judg-, Max L. Kahn, of Philadelphia, former ter. looked upon him as a fa-
and greatest care and be cor- manager of the John White store in The only consolation I can offer my- BOlOMS WITH RUNNING WATIR AND PRIVATE BATH
d thorough in your whole work. this city: self is that had I been in Pensacola at LRAMLE R
hoie work must be completed Philadelphia, July 29, 1905. the time I would have met a similar LARGE AMPLE ROM
turned oy October 1, 190." The Pensacola Journal, Pensacola. fate. My heart beats with sympathy Spoelal W ee ly Rm te* for Teble oard,.
iricultural statistics are to be Fla.: for the widowed mother and children. FL OW M .
y prepared. this is to be a1 Gentlemen--I beg to acknowledge Williams applied to me for a posi-
-t feat re of the census a ,o M receipt of your telegram informing me tion, I think it was about five years Formerly of Windsor and Arago Hotels, Jackoarlv Florida
Sto show the exact condition of the death of my life-long friend, ago. Hip work and disposition was
state as a farming and stock- John White, and the serious wounding always satisfactory and he seemed to
state. The questions to be'of James White and Ed. Dansby. Ac- get along nicely with everybody. Mr. -*. i
I" reference to this census are ept my thanks for your thoughtlui- White always spoke favorably of him I d .
and will require even morei ne. anz, why be should commit woeh a da- I do hope that Jimmief and Nm will arte Mh tm e that beoc to40
u to cre the facts for te Nothing has ever happened during tardly act Is beyond my reasoning survive their tries and coe arund part of hi. hmaymean ih ar
as to population, y tadsLenc that has so cont"toIly power. A ri m l at wek t n
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. fever does not now possess its old- It all came about as a result of a which makes the public disgusted it' hominis. (a blood disease), are trans- Chicken Gumbo Filet. junel8w8w w
time terrors and that medical science resolution adopted by the doctors re- is this continued fuss, feathers and mitted from one person to another by Sea Food. U
is abundantly able to cope with It in questing the newspapers "to refrain foolishness which a few members o' means of some forms of the common Baked Trout on Gratin. In Escambla County Circuit Court-
motsquito. The city Board of Health Boiled. State of Florda--In Chancer-.
any form and at any place. Business from publishing the name of any phy- the medical profession make over the" will at once* commence a cruslac I Ham Hocks and Cabbage. James Wkilfn otCed Grih GroOc
will not be interfered with to any ap- sician a member of this society, con- so-called "medical ethic." against mosquitoes in order to prevent Roasts. Pensacola City Co, a corporation,
preclable extent and public sentiment nected with any case of a medical or If those ethics are so sacred, why the ingress of any of these diseases. Loin of Veal With Dressing. W. H. Davidson, Stirritt Tate, Ad- 28 East Governm
will show no sign of disturbance any-1 surgical nature." must they always be prated about in Ten additional sanitary inspectors will Entrees. ministrator and heir at law of Wal-
her e. The enterprising Jacksonville phy- public? If thi3a rule of professional b employed( to have all wee.'s and un- Chickens a ]a Maryland ter Tate, deceased; W. H. Knowles,
dThe Jo ie e pic I derbrush destroyed, and all stagnant! Spaghetti Italienne. heir at law of Peter Knowles. Louis
The Journal will keep the public udclghs then proceeded to resolute fur- outy is so self-evident, why must it pools of water, either filled in or their Queen Fritters, Wine Sauce. Boley, Louiville and Nashville Rapl-
posted on the true situation at all their, "that if the case is of such pub- always he a subject of defense on any surfaces oiled, which destroys the Vegetable,. road Co., a corporation, successor
times. As it exists now there is no lic interest the physician in charge and every occasion? If the physicians. "wrigglers"-the embryo mosquito. New Potatoes, Corn on Cob, Macaroni to the Pensacola Railroad Co., a
cause for alarm and we do not think will furnish the press the exact condi- in short, really want their names kept "If the mosquitoes are destroyed, Dessert. corporation; A. V. Clubbs, C. B.
there we'll be in the future. tion of the patient, providing his: out of the newspapers, why don't they the possibility of th(e city being infect- Vanil!a Ice Cream. Lemon Pie. Parkhill. Thomas C. Watson, W. T
-bnoth .-cmentioneddisCoffee Tea, do!Anderson, Alex Stoddart, N. Thurf
Name does not appear in the communi- keep quiet about it?-there would be no eases b y of the lively nil. Cntioned dis- Coffee Te, Iced or Hot Mil ton. Fannie E. Hanes, Electra
hamburger's mammoth 44-page cLtion.,, trouble n keeping their names from "The public is. therefore earnestly Meal Hours. r Richards, Josephine G. W. Terry' T
eiftlon of his Mobile Herald, issued in This of course, is extremely kind, the public then. requested to co-operate with the au- Early Train Breakfast 6:15 a. m Van Baough Lingston and Abida
bheor of the visit to Mobile of the Ala- not to say considerate, of the physi- Without discussing at all the sense thorities with this end in view and Breakfast, 7 to 9. Dinner. 12:30 t On M Boothnday
bma PPress Association. was a map- cans. If the case is of public inter- and logic of this professional code ofi lose no opportunity to destroy the, Supper, 6:30 to 8. member, A. D. 1905, the det, W
fcent effort reflecting credit upon est they will favor the public by im- ethics, which is no doubt open to at- as old tin cans, bucketsunSe, il Breakfat8 Su toI) Dinner, A1 h s *'
he city as well as upon the enterpris- parting information concerning it Igument on both sides, the fact rensivyes and trough-. gutters (after a Supper, 6:30 too 2 Haines. Electra B. Richards J aephL inn
lag proprietor of the Herald. Mr. Ham. the press, but only under cer- mains that if a physician is really: rain), barrels. tubs, cisterns that are C W. Terry, Van Baoug Liringsto u U
burger is getting out a paper of which. tain conditions to be complied wibh sincere about wanting his name kept' expose to the air. and barrels of wa- Hog Stealin Alliator.are required to a tde Stodda AN
Mobile should be proud. by the press. Whether the public is: out of the paper he can have his de- pla on i rMr. WallaceTopson, who livesa..g eAlligartoth.. filedAND DANCE.
n Where it is necessary to kePho lives against them herein This order to be
properly treated or not all depends on sires sa ed without all this public nan waer small ma at Bamboo Villa, on Lake Vernon, a published once each week for eight
M Ie Pstol-Toting how the press acts towards the physi-: display of assumed modesty and super- sho,1d effectually shut out the mos- short distance from town, had quite a consecutive weeks in the Pensacola
clans ethical sensitiveness. lo. thrilling experience last night. About Journal, a newspaper blihed in
If The Journal were doing business As every newspaper knows, how- For the destruction or existing ight wasa used a u ad ma cu MMl USic bY Chaffer's
The sad tragedy of the past week. in Jacksonville it would I kindly, but ever, it is usually the fellow who '. l free of charge. Pyre rum dressed and went out to see who the ward, D. C
s which three peaceable citizens, firmly, tell the Dural County Medical makes the biggest fuss about it who poder (insect powder), which being intruder was, and to his surprise he Penscola, Fa. July 1st, 1906-
were shot down without warning, two! Association to attend to its.own busi- really wants his name mentioned. The burned in a closed room will either found an eight-foot alligator with one Jlyloawsw
of them being killed and the other, ness. But it would also do more than other one, who attends to his own kill or stupify the insects so that they any s hosg Il his mighty Jaws. Be- Be at the Park Tues'
belu possibly fatally wounded, brings that-It would take the Association business and is not always harping on can be wept up and thrown into thwas dead fromtheld bite doe the TOO LAT O CLAATIO.. rs ma
again the concealed weapon question at its word and refuse to publish the his "professional ethics," and doesn't r ehe sanitary inspectors will treat clous erpent. Mr.Tompon QAT-Sultable apelty is the latest riah: '"
proineitly to the trot. name of any physician except where care whether hi name is printed or stasnant water, ereverfound, wit tId killinrtheator, speat tdance
ol .nd an-citL ,hahoC .. .riginghirthecuriosto -ru,-- beo .
Why j it tat tragedy after tragedy is name had a news value t couc- ot, seldom has any 'eause for com- coal oiln tis anf R citizen who caunt Entnds in lbe hilU tohe cario te 7_ .- The ears w~l no toe gaivf
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; rldm-;'.pt their premises in under ogquito bas, or In MAW00 BL
S superintendent of tretstuULnglesfl "Strict compliance with the above DISEASE.
stated that Milay morning he would cure immunity against the above men. The bod o rsiU tnd
Dily. Vekly. Sun& Pl ace every he could secure at tUoned disease." PesU
workcu _,n weeds and opening -J.-HARRIS PIeRPONT. st e .tot
Y MR S xl drains, A d expoetel to have the "Acting City Health Officer." n y metissed or wea rt-
city well -Idel3, so far as the streets Dr. Kennedy. i alnnot Snt1y Iu h fl*ii"i.Bt t* wln
---er are concerned, within a short time. Dr. Mallory Kennedy, of the Marine i o-mneeds, t e eoSundar excursions Sunday, a
SJOURNAL COW A Y N BM to BeMAYOR LI ISSUES fce last evening by a Journal reporter. m iln t to d tth. av tyat 10 a. m.
S". A d s the C THE PUBLIC. In answer to a question as to whether ae statoa 1 p .
Sa T SW C UMy hu-ftue the or not it was true that there was yel- an exellent bl _M _. n r-a
lUAU I MATmll* ll Mayor Bliss has Issued the follow low fever in New Orleans, he said: Mry lood was we, miitS, 5 Leave snsacoa 3 p m 'o-
Nw 0 ns-BoxI have made what report I have to, ad al _, * -, retr oa
= AThe time b arrived when the pe-make to Dr. Anderson, of the State; rrmoe dot.nd.ad i3 lbt h _5 r r t
Comto beFu T mr we Board of Health, and have nothing UtieAA a Ia -a m eot '.,-. Leave. Stion 6 p in. f. p-,
T eum. W -P of Pelgcla shouh! use all dill- further to say for publication regard- lo w le Mtem and trip ad turn to the C:,
UBCMl TlOIN AT gene in precfationary sanitary meas- ing the condition of affairs in that ehr saoewo dhrfolittla uY trip.
CITY BOARD OF HEALTH HELD ures. Allga ge should be proper- city." I t
o .. Op M oo........... 4 d of and all weeds cut a In answer to a question as to wheth- I N. a1 ,1 e !O U0or" I~ .
S* M One We*........... I IPEETING YESTERDAY AFTER- dispose and weeds cut a er or not he considered the yellow Warrn, 0., a t FARE FOR ROUND TRIP. 0C
mSr M Sam......... 1 l Woky B'.1 0 all pools of water sprinkled with fever of to-day as dangerous a disease Rheumatism, Skin Diseae la, CHILDREN, 25 CET.
NOON AND PUT ON TEN EXTRA kerosene oil. and as difficult to cope with as the yel- Catarrh, Old Sores, Mala, Contagious _
oS n as S t N" l INSPECTORS TO E THAT CITY The prevalence of fever in a ds- low fever of by gone years, Dr. Ken- Po etc., arethe rets d
trict in New Orleans need not cause lnedy saia': or diseased bWood, ad until this vital ,
SO.WV PBNlAOOLA NSIWPAPm PROM WHICH A DEATAIL. 18 CLEANED UP AT ONCE. alarm ir this city if the people will are mild cases, and oftee Te hed ieal ese d aeure onae
IRCUL.ATIOM TATUMENT AN-0E 9ECURED. co-operate with the city board of eases of the most malignant type. de- The greatest of an blood purifers and U
health. It has been pretty well dem- pending upon the amoun: of the poison tonics isS. S. Ithas been canag ai lil
A quarantine against New Orleans onstrated by scientific experiments received by the patient, and his re- diseases of the blood fo more than forty W
O '-- ~TA I115 1 at oveaaNt o .was. ordered yesterday by Dr. Joseph during the past two years that the sisting power. As ,ar as being able years by going down to the very root of LAUNCHES
TU__oS-0 No. M88. 'V.- Fy'Y orter, state health officer, and it fever will not spread if mosquitoes b2 to handle a few sporadic cases or a the trouble, forCng out all poisons and
Sm. .. .- went into effect last night. Thi was kept from the patients. But when a whole epidemic for that matter, one, impurities and building up every part 01
owent into eIDt laDt nOgIG JT rwa mosquito sucks the blood.of a patient has but to look back at the mar-' thesystembyitsfietomiceffect. SS.' CUPID, ROBT. L. E., NANCY
PENSAAOLC, PIORIDA, SUNDAY MORNING, JILY 23, 1905. the result of the report whic reached it becomes infected witn the virus and ificent record of the campaign waged cures e EDNA S.
the city the night previous to'the ef- when :hat infected mosquito bites a against it in Cuba 1by Dr. Gor.as to t- S
GOING AWAY? result of the carrying of the conceal- feet that there was yellow fever in well person it injects the poison into convinced that it can be effectually rrh. Old
When you leave the city for your ed weapon, while juries look on with the Crescent City, ann: the placing ot hih system. So the be., way to p -' c(ptr r wi th. t
a quarantine by Mobile and other vent the spread of the fever is to stop "Since modern research has demon- Con laria, reaonby
mer vacation have The Penacola mplacecy and state lslatures re. cities, the mosquito rated beyond the shaw of a doubt Bood Poison ish Tackle and oo
J follow you. Ntif cr fuse to provide punishment fitting the Dr. Warren E. Anderson, the agent As this Is Mlrgely a new mailer that the mosquito alone. (and then. PURELY VEGETALL B lood Poison Fishig d iT desired
al fllow you. Notify cir crime? o the State Board of Health, wired tie mons of the people I d(-'rp to only one particular breed) has the blood troubles, and cmaes them rma.
tion manager, Phon 38. The penalty for carrying a conceal- Dr. Porter at Key West early yester- make a few statements that corro- rower to transmit the disease. the neatly. S. & S. is the acknowledged PHONE 204
ed weapon in Florida is 100.00 fine day morning apprising him of what borae tis dea. a hard physicians and the public no longer king of blood purifiers and the gratt
of90dahe had learned, and he received an It is a well nown fact that a hari have the dread that they once held of alltonics, books on the different di
The Fev Situation of 90 days in jail. immediate reply ordering a quaran- frot will pt a ed to a eer e- for thi yelloww peri.' eases, and any medical advice you may Tst wil tUeds
and o Re d rit ought to be fove years in the tine against all persons and baggage, demic, probably because to e rost "Give a case of ellow fever diag- ash will be gen without ch
OW It IS garenitentiary with no opportunity to and also ordering the fumigation of h na nt been nosed at the outset the only preau- SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., At OWNER
The report of the existence of yellow get off by the payment of any kind of freight cars from New Orleans. free from fever for bout 200 years tio necessary to prevent its spread, SWIFT SPCFC
fever in New Orleans and the quaran- fine. Before he received a reply Dr. An- until te city was cleaned up andbe i to keep the patient thoroughly----
tine against that city by neighboring Moreover, there should be a lawdersn notified the Lousville and mosquitoes largely er-itcated screened from the Stem-omyla fasclata
states and cities has all beea attended against selling a revolver to anyone Nashville officials not to sell any In Panama and other fever coun-Ii order that this mosquitocannot be-.
tickets from New Orleans to Pensaco- trie, teere are certa places wher,- COme iniectel and then infect otilers.
by what is, in some respects, a most unless the purchaser can show a la, and last night Thos. Cusachs went the fever does not spread, probably, The house if possible should be screen-
remarkable condition of public senti- license from the county authorizing! out to Flomaton where he will be sta- because these places art? high and dry ed, but if this is not practical, the,
meat. him to carry it (not concealed.) tioned' to intercept any passengers an(d have no mosquitoes, room of the patient, should at least re-
Five years ago the mere mention of What is $100 fine to a man who is that may endeavor to come to this city Tn this country it ha.4 been note l'ceive this attention. Having once ef-
wfever was enough to able pay or who friends from there. The agent also wired Dr. that fe-er will not spread where mo- fectually screened' the house the next
yellow ever was enough almost to able to pay it or who ha., friends who Porter last night for additional in- uitoes are scarce. step should be to get rid of all molqul- Open to charter by piva-.-
drive some persons Into a paroxysm will pay it for him? What is three! structions as he desires to put on more Actual scientific experiments have toes in the house, and this is veri for Ashing trips, bathing, or
of fright. The established existence months in jail to a worthless negro men. Speaking of the matter last demonstrated that mosquitoes do car-i easily done. summer recreation.
of a single case would have caused a who would as soon spend his time night Dr. Anderson stated that while ,.r the d ease while al; experiments "Pyrethum powder, better known as
stampede. A half dozen cases In New there as at work earning his living? he had heard reports of the fever being to show that clothing carry it hav Persian insect powder, can be procur-
tampede. A half doen cases n New ere as at work e in other cities, he had no confirmation failed, ed at any drug store. A handful oft fn,
Orleans would have been sufficient to What does either the fine or the of the same. Therefore, the city board of health this powder placed upon a tin and crus Isla d Luzon of
start a regular exodus from Pensacola imprisonment, or both. amount to as He stated that every possible pro- will at once begin a c. "ade against: sprinkled with alcohol will, when ig- prize captures.
by everyone who could rake money a protection to the lives of peaceable caution would ;be taken to protect Pen- the mosquito as a precautionary united, burn for some twenty minutes.
enough together to buy a railroad:citizens who have no reason for ca7-- sacola, and asked that the citizens measure. Several new inspectorss are The mosquitoes in the room become
nouh toether to buy trying weapon themselves, but who lend their assistance by cleaning up wanted and will be pur to work "** slupifled and fall to the floor when H
*ticket. r, wp h s u o their premises and using considerable once. The weeds of the city will be' they can be swept up and burned. Has full canpy and is mos
What is the situation now? Not a do have, or should have, some reason kerosene and disinfectants about them ilispose-; of and all pools of water This was the method use-' to a great portable boat in the bay.
single persons feels the least uneasy to expect protection of the law from He said that several parties, who were sprinkled with kerosene oil, and all extent in Cuba.
ess. ro one haes left own or wants cowards or criminals who think it, in New Orleans. and desired to come low places filled as fas' as practi-. "Pensacola at present is booming-:
leas. No one has left own or wants necessary to carry a gun? to Pensacola had already been turned cable. In this work the board solicit, and the public may rest easy that J MAX KLEIN. 0'
to leave. Business has not and will The concealed weapon outrage hasaway, and that no one from the cityhe co-oeration of the entire people. everything in the power of man will P VERDICIA
not be interfered with. Everything enough n Florida Wen would be allowed here. Cut your weeds at once. Pour ail on be done by our excellent health au-I A RVERDICIA CA
ill rok along in old-tone far enough in Florida. When pr Dr. Porter' Teleram. very pool of, standing water, no ma- thorities to make sure that nothing PHONES, 358 and 1070
wi rock along in Its old-time way;the nex, legislature meets the pracT- Dr. Porter's Telegram. * ter how s i. See that all old cal.thor prosrt
and developments will be oemmiat-,tie shouhl be made a n ItDr. Porter's telegram in reply to the ter how sial5. S that all old cats. ,ill interfere with our prosperity. .
and developments will be contemplat-ice should be made a penitentiary D t a ther oth vesselslying about do not The people in the meantime can and!
ed with assurance and received withoffense. Until that time every man one sent him. as s 22. 19. el and ts m.Watde an I am sure will, assist the authorities WC ppo y intend to G N EXCURSION
e ita "Key West, July 22.1915. barrels *and takes. It would be wel in every way possible to clean andl
equinimity- .convicted of carrying a gun should be "Dr. W. E. Anderson, Agent State to ha,.,e all sleeping apartments keep clean our city If they have cis-,and U fnrit th yar pTo a-R-
Why is this so?-what has occas- g!ven the 90-day jail sentence. Cut Board of Health, Rensacola. Fla.' screened and to kill all mosquitos s let them begin the good wors k! To ura a u r
i a uthorsty o "dtain p as se ng ers f ront i m b e d on e wit i n sect To*ds pi
ioned this change? Simply the fact ot the fine-put the .istol-toter be- "'Place Cusachs at Flomaton with that may be hiding inside the room. by pouritng kerosin oi on hedtopo. S nd| asr, pturdy, Aig, nes 15
that medical science has discovered hind th bars. That ought to have authority o detain ssengers front This may be done with insect powd" the water. This will keep the mos ot t ow
the cause of or the means by whle.some sAlutary effect for. the present Lbeen the Italian quarter of that city, order tld frnish preparation or quitoes in the water from getting out
yellow fever is propagated and has and whtn the legislature makes it a or who cannot give satisfactory ac this purpose to V who desire the t an Ipreventoth crs from getting 1 p i I y m
likewise discovered an absolute penitentiary crime and a few people count of stay in that city for the past city o lo cu
method of coping with 'and eradicat- are sent up for five years each it ought ten days. Fu gate box cars for mos- The city ooard of health wants the et t c t up the holes and st'd"
ing the disease. The existence of yel- to pretty nearly break the practice up., ag ge.utRequet ctyathritoes ogdof the ubli o eetrrahuder.nd te Y nee o p a
lot fever, when discovered in time; It is high time that this, or some- Pensacola to fill up low places and public by hiding the disease as has have nothing to fear." good to return on any r:
as it has been in this case, can be thing was done to stop it. citizens generally to enlist in mosqui- apparently been done in New Orleans. No Fever at Mobile. If ngs andjely umier-o eaiwaysdo senger train until Tuesday n.-
controlled almost to a mathematical to killing crusade. PORTER." If the lever makes its appearance in During yesterday there were nu- Jars are so riicuous cheap n Fare for Rond Trip.
certainly. The Alabama Press association has Ten Extra Inspectors. Pensacola the public will be advised. meros rumors in circulation to thedas it ,oly to rsk spoage with old From Pensacola to Marianna
Pensacola is particularly fortunate presented Mayor W. W. Screws with a Ten additional Inspectors will be No Cause for Alarm. effect that fever existed in Mobile. and unsafe ones, fo the content are From Pensacola to R;.,r J ,.
at thisme in several articlars. T silver service in honor f his fortiethplaced on duty Monday morning by I wish to admonish the citizens Acting Health Officer Pierpont s: always worth much more than te ar. tion..................
at this tome in several particulars. me silver service in honor of his fortiethn Acting City Health Officer Pieroont. there Is no cause for alarm nor any night called up Dr. Rhett Goode over 'I'Then there's the -Jippombi.,.nt aftet From Milton same as i, ..a
cases of yellow fever in New Orleans anniversary as editor of the Montgom-a making a total of fourteen inspectors. excitement. Pensacola has only had the long distance phone and apprised is laor-thats the most dtreing v r c as h tcko iat .
are a long way off and not likely o er Advertiser. Mayor Screws en- This was decided upon at the meein ne case of fever in nearly a quarter him of these rumors, and was told eryboy oud ta
be communicated this distance. Our joys th2 respect and esteem of all of the City Boarud of Health, held yes- of a century. We hope to continue the Mobile health officer that there leature .. these how rates as th t
city healh authorities have taken up who know him anl the honor! terday afternoon at 5 o'clock, when this record. 'Quarantine has been es-j was absolutely no truth In the reports We have the best lands now ready last cheap excursion .-.
"i heah authorities have taken up who know him an the hn there were present. Mayor Bliss, Dt. talliished against New Orleans. All as the city was in a healthy condition fordelivery. Extraqualityru e rn, this season.
the matter of protection in a vigorous, done him by his fellow editors of the Pierpont, Chairman Reilly of the precautionary measures will be resort- and no fever existed of that character. di w -a ba g Committee-Robt. Kin,:'
commonn sense way and have announc- Alabama press is mos- worthily be- finance committee and Chairman In- ed to. But this need not cause ex- He also told Dr. Pierpont that the / Patterson. Milton. For .
ed that the public is to be kept poste. stowed. May he live to celebrate graham of the board of safety. The excitement We are trying to be o. governor of Alabama had ordered a I i r.ation, apply to Robt. i.{
a to the actual conditions In this city.n er a s hly discussed, and the safe side believing an "ounce f quarantine of the entire state aaint Hayne St.
And last. but what is more important vice of the paper he has made so city in good sanitary condition at once. this matter.
than either of these other things, we. great, and to impress pon the residents the Do it Now. .Give your wife a rest and take din- ,,u r,
have a corps of medical men here wno necessity of cutting down all weeds in Let your watchword be "vigilance." ner at PeNSAC*OLA o
are not only capable of handling the M r their yards and placing oil upon al' Do it now. If you have a stagnant MANHATTAN DINING R M f
ntsonly capatb of andoingt Prof essional "Ethic" as stagnant pools of water. These in pool of water about you put oil on it MANHATTAN DINING ROOMS, .-- o
situation from an expert standpoint, specors will only look after this endl at once. These precautions can dlo MANHATTAN HOTEL, LEGAL ADVEITISEMEnT.
but who have the confidence of the en. Practiced in Jacksonville, of the work. Each one will be given no harm and it is very advisable that MAHATA HTL
tire community in their ability to pro-I The Jacksonville Metropolis is tak- a can of kerosene oil, and when they they be taken at once. Garden and Baylen Streets, Pensacola, NOTICE. So mt hfn
S l finn' a pool of stagnant water some of CHAS. BIASS, Garenan Bayne Stree ssP onsaola
tct the public health and interests o ing a fall or two out of the Duval the oil will be placed on it. This wilt Mayor. Florida. In re Estate of John A. Brosnaham,
the city in every way. County Medical Association's preten- destroy the mosquito. The board re- Dr. Pierpont's Statement. Dining Rooms operatedri by Chas. deceased. Notice is hereby given to o d s [
While it is to be regretted that fever, tions by showing up some of the ridic-. quested that the mayor purchase oil Acting City Health Officer Pierpont. Campus, "Caterer to Mankin."-Amerl. creditors, legatees, distributes and all uG0 to
shQuld break out in any American city, ulous inconsistencies which form a when asked for an interview last can plan. persons having claims or demands
the present case will nat be without part of the much vaunted "medical publish that physician's name wheta- night, gave out the following: hNoso agast the said estate oreesen t h2
a certain compensating value. It wlil ethics" of so many present day physi- er he desired it or net. the inftibeendiegerm of yellow fever, Pickles, Olives, Salted Peanus, ham, Walker Icutors. Hu 1A. Brona-
demonstrate the facts that yellow clans. If there is one thing above all others, nl nnd far a a in Soup .....


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A CLEAN SWEEP SALE




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SSummer Goods __


A CLEAN SWEEP COMMENCING
| i aw yr Saturday,
2 SUMMER GOODS July 22,




far Surpasses any Saturday,
11 nI Similar Selling Event. Aug. 5. f sg

SOur Advertising is based on strict truthfulness, and imitation bargains are never
Exploited. Also there's a notable difference between our prices and those quoted
1 elsewhere, and it is IN YOUR FAVOR EVERY TIME. 1


REMEMBER -A Clean Sweep in Every Depart I

S10 yards Lawns for.............. 39c Al All Ladies' $2.25 Bathing Suits, now 1.79
All lOc Lawns closed, 10 yards for.. 75c All Ladies' $2.75 Bathing Suits, now 1.98
All 12c and 15c Lawns, 10 yds.... 95c All Ladies' $3.50 Bathing Suits, now 2.79
" 25 pieces Zephyr Dress Gingham.... 6C All Millinery at Cost.
Indi Yard-wide Light-colored Percales.. 7 D
All Ladies' Waists at Cost.
|All Indigo and Fancy Calicoes, 10 yds 40c B C AR A ALE RC A e S S
10 yards Shirting Prints for........ 40c
3 I Dark-colored Percales at.......... 5c All Ladies' Shirt-Waist Suits
t, ^ .. ., I I I T . 20 yards best Soft-finished Domestic,$1.O. A. ate a B o Cot
Yards best Sot- shed oes All-silk Crepe de Chine at............ 42 All 25c, 30c and 35c Embroideries at 18C
1 lot Percales. double fold, 10 yds... 45c ._ All Ladies' Fancy Parasols at Cost.
SPercales. double fold, 10 yd... 4All-over Silk Tissues at............. 21C All 10c and 12%c Embroideries at.. 7 1-2 A '
25 pieces Cotton Voiles, per yard.... 7 C Ladies' 15-cent Vests at.............. 10C 15 yrds Fitchville Domestic for......$100 All Men's and Boys'
10 pcs Fancy Bourbett, ISc quality, 9c Straw Hats at Cost.
K Ladies' 10-cent Vests, 3 for.......... 25c 10 yards Nainsook Checks for....... 45c


24-inch Bird's Eye at..... ...... 59c 30c Bleached Table Damask at......22 1-2 _
Gowns and Petticoats. 27-inch Bird's Eye at................ 65c 40c Bleached Table Damask at.....321-2 S H O E S.
I Ladies' $1.25 Gowns at................$ .98 50 doz. Towels, large size, per dozen, 50c 12 1-2c Skirt Denhams, now.......... 10c 75 pairs Ladies' Tan Oxfords, $1.75 1 9
Ladies $1.50 Gowns at.......... 1.23 100 doz. 10c Towelo, per dozen...... 98c 1 lot Ladies' 20c drop-stitch Hose, value
Ladies' $1.75 owns at................ 1.35 all sizes, at........... .. 1550 pairs of Ladies Lcher Oxfords
S Ladies1.2 Petticoats at............ 98 1.25 White Bed Spreads............ 98 $1.25 and 50 values, at..........
-- .- ..I ....IAll 10c Fans now....... Sc 48 pairs Ladies' Strap Slippers, Pat.
Ladies' $1.50 Petticoats at........... 1.23 $1.50 White Bed Spreads....... ..$1.25 Al c ans now.............adi pap Sppe, Pa
Ladies' $1.75 Petticoats at............. 1.35 .All 15c Fans now........ .. .....IOc Iae a .1
$o 1 M ce o ,t$........ $1.75 White Bed Spreads ........... 1.5 2.50alues, at...................
1 lot Misses' 50 cent Gowns at...... .35iAl.0pa1235a$2.505val e t .
4i. "w m m - ,- All 20c a 2 and 25c Fans now............ 15c l1 lot Infant Shoes and Slippers, sizes r I
SI 1 lot Ladies' Petticoats, 75c value, at.. .50 $2.00 White Bed Spreads............ 1.65 n and lir, sz I
All our $5.50 Silk Petticoats now...... 4.98 1 lot Corsets, all sizes, 3 styles, at... 21c 2 t 50 and 7, ....
... 9 1100 Ladies' 75c Wrappers at ........ 59c 1 Pr Cent Discount
S .*All our $8.50 Silk Petticoats now...... .89 1.75 Mercerized Napkins, per dozen ,$ 135
I I I _100 Ladies' $1.00 Wrappers at...... 79c 75 Md ak pr d n, on all Children's Oxfords and Slippers during
| -s ..I I $2.00 Mercerized Napkins, per dozen, 1.69 sale.
SS ts Iad Psuts. 100 Ladies' 50 cent Parasols at...... 38 1 lot Men's Brown and White Canvas
All $1Io 4Ic 65c Mercerized Table Damask, yard, 58 Shoes, leather soles, at.......... .
-All ,1.75 Boys' Suits now............... 135 500 Ladies' 50 cent Corsets at... .. 40c
Al 3.50 Bos' Suits now............ 2.89 85c Mercerized Table Damask, yard, 69c 1 lot Mena' 3.00 and $3.50 Pat. Colt
A 4.0) and $4.50Bovs'Suits now....3.38200 81x90 Bleached Sheets at....... 47c for, a. ..
A! 2.4 and $2.25 Men's Pants at..... 1.79 1 lot Children's. White Dresses, 50ot $.0
A:1 |i and $2.25 Men's Pants at.... 9 500 Pillow Cases, 42x36, at........ 9c and 75c values, your choice..... 25c 1ot t a 1
o A .,.0 Men's Pants at.............. 2 I I.48 e go dIi "" I
A' -.5; 0 and $3.75 Men's Pants at.... 2.89 Remember, a Cle Sweep in every Department. These goods will pos- Juxceiv mthershipmnt ofE. P. Reed's
S4:5o and $5.00 Men's Pants at...... ..79 tively be sold as advertised. Come early and avoid Momday's rash. O .- Ti.


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Beginning promptly at 8 o'clock Monday, we place on sale oar entire line of
unbroken and broken sets, Fine Swiss and Naiasook Embroideries, (our own
direct importation) from 2% to 14 inches wide 'ana. which formerly sold at
20, 26, 30, 35, 40, 45 and 50 cents yard. at


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only 19 yard.
There is not a lady in Pensacola who can afford to miss this, the grandest Embroidery event in point
of QUALITY and PRICE ever offered by: a Pensacola retailer, and we advise early coming if you wish a
share of these marvelous values.

WHITE BED SPREADS.
(Fringed and Unfringed.)
Two Extraordinary Quilt Values
SUCH AS YOU WILL NOT FIND IN ANY OTHER SHOP IN PENSACOLA EVENT OUR REGULAR
PRICES, SCHEDULED HERE MONDAY FOR QUICK SELLING.
$4.60 Genuine Marseilles White Quilts, Extra Special, $3.26
$4.60 English Satin White Quilts, Extra Special, *3.26
#2.25 Marseilles Fatterns, Fringed Quilts, Extra Special, *1.75
JUST TWO DOZEN OF THE $4.50 QUALITY AND BUT SIXTEEN OF THE $2.25 QUALITY. SO COME
EARLY THAT YOU MAY BE ONE OF THE FORTUNATE FORTY.

SHIRT WAISTS. WAIST PATTERNS.
ehml C r flm le S f all $1., $1.75 ad $. Waists, White Lawn Va. Lace Trimmed, formerly $1. sand $1.75
*9e for choice 980 980 for choice 980

All Fine Lingerie Waists Regardless of Cost

rEUIY-IIAE SEETS, READY-MAE SHEETS, REIAY-IADE SHEETS,
81x90 81x90 90x90
LINEN FINISHED, RAG FINISHED, EXTRA HEAVY,
490 Extra Special 490 6@S Extra Special bSc 580 Extra Special 0e5

One Case Rad Floished Beaced Domestic,fn yard wide, extra special, 20 yds $1

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Clutter


KRAINCH AND BACH (the best in the world)
LESTER (20 years a standard)
MIEHLIN (Old Reliable)
CLUTTER [best medium priced]
NEWATON A ND CASSEL .


Music


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PIANOS


We have about 20 good upright pianos taken in exchange for above pianos, that we
are offering for Las thel Half Factory Cost on terms of $1.00 per week and up-several
good squares at $15, $25, $35 and $60.
la ORGANS we have a full line of the celebrated Farrand and PutmaM. Terms
$4.00 per month and up.
SPECIAL-Don't fall to see our Second Hand Pianos for Bargains.
TALKING MACIAINES-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 week.


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 Ia Music of every description, call on or write


THE CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE,


Largest in the State.


114 S. PALAFOX STREI


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Monday and Tuesday
Beginning Promptly at 8 o'dtbck. See Window Display.

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SI Oerp 2,000,000 Sold in Vet lorda in 1904
I Frank Beilly, Agent, P ia Florida


SThe Journal deMlivr4 byr trris.er
10 cets a week.
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a girl; to Frank Wheeler and wife, a
boy.
Colored-To Will Holden and wife,
a boy; to Chas. Malone and wife, a
0; girl. !
gi. Deaths.
Colored-Wilkens Givens, 28 years.
Suicide; Julia Dean. 70 years, malarial!
fever; Garfield Hawthorn, 22 years,.
consumption; J. C. Davis, 58 years,i
convulsions.
MILLING COMPANY SAYS
FLOUR IS A FRAUD.


Haubstadt, Ind., July 17, 1905.
Messrs. David Kugleman & Co.,
Pensacola, Fla.
Gentlemen:
We understand that there is a flour
sold in your market under the brand
of Harvest King, and that claims a'rej
made that the flour is made by us.
This part is untrue, fer we do uotl
use this brand at all. The celebrated
flour 'Harvest Queen," which we
make exclusively for you, on which
you have worked up so large a trade,
may be the cause of the similar
brand being used to deceive your
customers.
Wishing you success, we are
Yours truly,
ZILIAK & SCHAFER MILLING CO.


NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Deputy census enumerators will com-
mence the work of taking the census
of Escambia County Monday morning,
and I would be please'! if the public
would furnish all data and information
asked by these officials. This informa-
tion will not be used as a basis ltr
taxation, nor will it be divulged to
any tax assessor. AU matters relat-
ing to business and family relations
will be strictly confidential.
r. C. QAibWEca,
Enumerator for Escambi Cqunty.


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Ads areso Small and so Cheap
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Want Ads when the advertiser's credit
on Cash paymelW an or ant Ads itsn d ht
Business in the Want Ad department =a fanmom bl
Ias not only measured up to the old Whi Gs
mark, but it has actually grown in t wU
volume.
There are a few people, however,
who do not seem to understand why
The Journal should thidemand Cash for
Want Ads when the advertiser's credit
is good. PETE
The Journal's Want AJ business is
not a question of good credit. It 3
a question f business system and the
equal exchange of values.
A man ma be a millionaire and isre.
credit may be the best in the worlj,
but he can't ride on a street car E PENSaOL
credit. He has to pay bis fare and
he does so and thinks nothing more NT R P I
about it.
SA street car company that would
carry passengers on credit would not ENTERPR ISE
only be a laughing stock in the busi-
n "ess world, but it would shortly prove
a financial failure.
A newspaper that would run a Want
SAd. business on credit would be just TOM ORU H UW
as ridiculous as a street car that
carried passengers on credit.
Want Ads are so cheap that adver-
tisers can afford to pay or them Will Open Doors for Business.
when the copy is sent to the paper.
If he can't do it then, the chances are Gordon & Brwn Hardware
he cannot do it at all.
And this very cheapness renders it
impossible for a newspaper to do a Co. Located Here.
Want Ad. business on a credit sys-
tem.
No newspaper can afford to run a The Journal takes pleasure in in-
SWant Ad. arid then hire a bookkeeper troducidg to West Florida this morn-
to make a record of it and a collector ing the Gordo and Brown Hardware
to collect it (and then maybe not get Company, a new enfLtrprise which
the money) all for 25 cents. opens its doors for business in Pe:n-
It costs a newspaper just as much sacola to-morrow morning.
to charge a 25-cent account, make out a The public will be gratified to see
till for it, and then collect it, as it this new enterprise fo" several rea-
S does to do the same work for a $25.00 ons. It adds another business to
account. In fact it is usually easier Pensacola, is an evidence of the faith
Sto collect the $25.000 than it is the which its promoters pace in Pensi-
n25 tentss cola's present and future, and above
oAny easonabe person will, ther- all it gives this city and trade terri-
S Afore, understand s thy The Journal' tory th opportunity so long desire i.
Want Ad. business must be a strictly of buying hardware supplies at home
Cash business. and at reasonable prices.
i Your credit may be the highest, but For yeaso hundreds of people in i
I that has nothing to do with The Pensacola's trade territory have been]
Journal's Cash Want Ad. system. buying their hardwar- and mill sup-
Let everybody remember this-and piles and their builder's supplies in
let all remember also that The Jou- other cities, chiefly, however, in M.-
nal's Want Ad page Is the biggest bile. They could get what they want-
W result-getter for the advertiser of Pny ed In Mobile, at reasonable prices, but
Medium on the Gulf Coast. more than that the Mobile hardware
men went after the trade and got it.
Cured Brights Disease. Seeing the fine opening which Pen-
Geo. A. Sherman, Lisbon Red Mills, sacola offered for a live hardware,
2 Lawrence Co., N. Y., writes: "I had mill supply, and builders' supply busi-
t kidney disease for many years and ness, the Gordon and Brown Company
had been treated by physicians for took advantage of the situation and
Twelve years; had taken a well known have established in Pensacola wh-
kidney medicine and other remedies will probably be the biggest wholesale
that were recommended but got nosnd retail hardware business south,
relief until I began usin; Foley's Kid- of Birmingham.
ney Cure. The first half bottle re-1 The retail stores of the new enter-
lieved me and four bottles have cured prise are located in the Blount build-
me of this terrible disease. Before ing, while the big wholesale depart-
I began taking Foley's Kidney cure
I had to make water about every
fifteen minutes, day and night, and LET US FURNISH
passed a brick-dust substance, and YOUR
sometimes a slimy substance. 1 be-
Sleve I would have died if I had not IC E C R EA M
taken Foley')"s Kidney Cure." W.A. EC IYI
D'Alemberte. druggist and apothecary.
KING UP
VITAL STATISTICS.
Record of Births and Deaths During Iss 's Ic Cre m Factory
the Past Week. PHONE No. 1104.
The following is a record of births Zarragoss and Tarragona Sta,
filed in the office of the city clerk: CREAM DELIVERED IN ANY
Births. QUANTITY.
White-To Peter L. Schenburn an ..
wife, a boy; to Wm. M. White and
wife, a girl: to Felix Stewart and wife, l


Phone 109.


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rue, wholeomne and ddicious,
Nest malt and imported hop&u
months to prevent h'limmess
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Always caUl for Gent Beer,
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because we turn out such
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We make all edges smooth
and leave no specks or
spots to mar the beauty
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yours?

The Star Steam
Laundry.
7 E. Garden St. IPhone 14
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One-vent--as orwE0e0 Insertion,


SNoe adve-rti r et taken tor les than ao5.
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Why Not Pay Rent to Yorself ?

SUPPOSE YOU BEGIN NOW BUYING A HOME OF
YOUR OWN SO THAT THE MONEY YOU ART PAY-
ING FOR RENT MAY GO TOWARD PAYING FOR A
HOME INSTEAD OF


A Bmch of Wortless lRent Rec it


IT DON'T TAKE A FORTUNE TO
YOU AT ONCE BECOME YOUR
ASK FOR PARTICULARS ABOUT
BE HAD ON EASY TERMS


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HOMES THAT CAN


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W. R. KNOWLES, Presideat
J. STILLMAN.. V.-Prcs. ad G. GmN
Real Este, teae,
215 South Palafox Stm


WA 0ITED
i n: anl :>oard for laWy
I .A .,11;n!\ aner dummy line,
rei;. feince ~. Phone
.. cara Mo chants Hotel.
S-day. 23jly:*
A i:lD-A first-class
.,i- (.k wants postiinn.
.. . f rt' o..cu s. Address
S :_. Nor:h E S., City.
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i. .. not more than stx
pos.-office. Must be nea!.
.. Wi\i pay $7.00 per weel;.
x .. hanged. Address A..
S.- .:ai. 21jiy

*\N: E)--To buy an extra good milk
o ,.ap; in Pensacola or on R.R.
S-" vlew. CasG. G. W. Savli.
:r. Fa. 21julYl-

E\\;D-Man with $200.00 or less.
-ar: light manufacturing bu-.'-
No experience rt :ired; profi.s
Sight to ten dollars per day. Ad-
S S. Care this office. 12jly2w


.\ : ED.-Any girl in need of friend-
-:,. help. advice, etc., wil tsd
and willing assistance by ap-
;= *, 'h Ma' >n of the Salvation
mE RescPr. Hoim 33'd St. and ave-.
: E. B:rminghRm. A'a dh.


'\ANTEI-.The Merchants Transfe
Cr va:. oIu: .: :.= and hauling.
Al ::* .lkaZe 'Li;aran:,'d. T. B. Thor.
:-en,. P'op. Phone ,"8. ISjunelm.'


For 810.
FOR SALE--New Singer Sewing Ma-
chine. Cheap. 14 N. Spring St.
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FOR SALE-At once, my patent-
wright to manufacture and sell the
Model Mop, Pail and Wringer through
the entire state of Florida. This is a
good business for a hustler. Very I:t-
tie capital required. No experience
with ver.> little expenses and large,
profits. Reason for selling good. If
interested address Geo. A. Vucovich,
P. 0. Box 534. Office Rear Park Hotei,
Pensacola. Fla. 12jly2w
PINE STAVES AND HEADINGS for
sale. Standard sizes. Prompt ship-
nent. T. J. Whitted. Bonifay, Fla.
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FOR SALE-1 3-room house in west
part of city, rented now. Price $450.
J. N. Andrews, July 19, 1903. 20jly
EXCHANGE-160 acres in Ross coun-
ty, Ohio, for cut-over land. Near Pen-
sacola. Address J. L. A., Journal
office. 20jlylw*


LKLsoon .FOR SAIE---Combination h(
g. EIs, k ry. years old, 1 hands. sound a
,rt.tie. Also registered broad m
6sm A----o o..i. E. Hinman, Century, Fla.
et, Ponacola, Florid. WALL TINTS by experts;
S Penscola, Frda. guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice
485. 1
FOR SALE.-Two pair extl
HELP WA TED young mules, sounand ad
condition. Also one 2-horse
WANTED-A first-clas cook at old baker wagon..W. Garfield.
Mill Inn on Dummy Line. Appyv'DO YOU want to buy or sell an
'o Miss Lillie Taylor. 23jly3t! A little want ad will bring we
ENERGETIC WOKRS everywhe' results. The cst is too msna
to distribute circulars, samples an d delay.
nadertising matter. Good pay. No FOR SALE-O-Home on Baysho
canvassing. Co-operative Advertising lightfully located four-room
Co.. New York. 23jlylt* at Magnolia Bluff adjoining I
WANTED-A cook. Apply 434E.Zar- enclosure. Apply to A. M. M
ragossa. 23jlylw*
WANTE-Agents for a small quick FOR SALE--One Choice black
WANTED---Agents for a small quick of the ridge east of the
selling article needed in every railw, between 7th and 8th
household. 50 per cent to agents. Nature has faoreed this ase8t
"Quick Seller," Care Journal Office. cannot be daplcfaed. A. V. t
23Jlyl cannot be duplicated. A. V. (
Wl y FOR SALE.-A small sailb
WANTE--A good nurse to stay on staunch and safe boat in any
the place Call 701 N. Palafox. r. Address P. X., Journal Of
21jly 25june
YOUNG MEN-Our illustrated cata- CHICKEN WHEAT produce
logue explains how we teach barber Makes fowls especially well
trade in few weeks, mailed free. Moler The cheapest food to be found
Barber College, New Orleans, La. Me!!en & Co, Phone 34.
2jlylmo FOR SALF--At a sacrifice. f
store, stock and accounts.
WANTED.-Agents in different coun- 13S-140 EL Intendennd.
ties in Florida to handle Alpine Safe rO SAji aj-ie-room house
and Lock Co's Fire and Burglar Proo: t, 3 blocks from Palatox.
Safes and Vault Fixture of every 19 on car ilne. For particu
description. Write for terms. &qrof aaadard Clothing Co
Scarritt-Moreno, Pensa Fcola, .. Flor an
ida State Agent. 28june.

Any Intelligent person ay earn a Money tO L0oan
good income corresponding for new'.
papers; no canvassing; experternce MONEY TO LEND-Oan ood
unnecessary. Send for particulars. tat security, or on good co
Northern Press Syndicate, Lockport, at lowest rates. Lesln IU
N. Y. 13june3m Fisher buldin.


W1ANTEI-To buy for cash, a few; For "I0
sh.:-. Anmer:can National Bank
Soc; S'3'e price Address J. L. J, FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year-
(are J. urnal. 13june2m* t old Berkshire herd toar, Duke 3f
Florida. No. 68.923. Also some fine
.A...NE-Yor e c wk young pigs. 1 six-monthsold boar, all
\WA'ED-Y-our eectr:c worL of aUl registered and transferred. Carl Set-
L:...- Let uj cean your fans. re- terlind. Chlpley, Fla. S1ly
; .\J: or dynamo, do your wiring. etc.
i'boi.c 570. Pensacola Electric Co, .
corner Int:edencia and Baylen sreets. ;FoR SALE-Fresh cbtter, cream.
ljunelm. sweet milk, and buttermilk, de-
livered at any time of day. No. 405
VRASSO & CO. received another E Belmont street. Phone 907. 7jlylm*
bh.;:inun of imported pure olive oil,
*. :-ai.% cd ingallons, half gallons FOR SALE 8eond-hand cash regis-
,arts. o ter in perfect condition. Will e"l
cash o' or, time. A real bargain. Can
\ ANTED-The people of Pensacol be seen a James MHugh's 22m
i ,ase worrying. Let The Journal OO TO TURTON for all sizes alms.
, a:. Ads solve the problem for you'. Omeras loaded and unloaded free
- '" are expe': detectives. and can o charg. R e O ke but photo
-: man you a:e looking for it grapo i n e south. 3! years a led-
S.- eluded in the .5.,000 or 30.00 1hJ.
: ,, C hiich e make. he popu;iaion o .
;. a. THE WEST HrIZ WOOD YARD can
supply you with stove wood, blocks,
",A\7_D -Haul;ng and transfer oak wood. split wood. pine knots, or
fice phone :63. Residence kindling. *:!ag phone 1058. C. H.
0 Acosta & White, 2:-28 N. Williams. poprietor, cOr. 0 St.. and
C ,L~r a. 25nach Jackmoe. sayli
--OR aisl' .-I am Florida State Agent
\ -LO-ruers for The Journars for Ft a.d Bur~Tar Proof Safes and
P; usacola and Panama Canal vaui : ;xt.es cf all descriptions
n l.ich will shortly appearT rrnufa, ured by Alpire Safe ani
:. L half-tone pictures of city, i I c: C:-.pany o Cincinnati, Ohio.
pecal scenes. 15 cents Communilate with me for prices and
Sder at Journal oice. tirms b ere buying elsewhere. Scar-
ritt Moreno. Pensoola, ia.
V .:; .- ..Seeod-hand Corn. Ou t Jtmne
:- ,s eed meal ne cks. Out of
--.,:ents emacted. Write a. -- -- -
F &S :. ,& Co. 20marchlm
A Ih B;NHHAM want your moving
--: ..H..:rg. He gmarantees all brek-
.x' 63..< 0.


C' -" -\-' r-.,M) FUKNl'rUKk. H
- A.r::cleea Jewelry h an any
' .e A .cie wanted. We pay
S Adree. P. Box C

'A: ;...NTAL BUSINESS is
L -.*." a Ond your busiS
S*t a-.tual atientloa. D. Hale
S Co
S- i'AL. contracting pa
: -atwor. dine vaD.i
t Sign painting a
S- phone 249.
F N VlA ANTED-Young
Sn as Ftenogr
n: 'r in:rr town.
S' tiire.. Refer
S S.. care JournaL 8j


F. M. WILLIAMS,
C=:'P.ACTCR AND SUILDE
R osnahamon bnld&a a.
"' ''~.acJia Brsinews Cole.
S a. atc-tiun always gi
;* nesa. P4mmL n. I
4- -00


casa
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16eee
our
WWI

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Ssope-
17my.
lady
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Com-
ences.
lylm


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For Rent.
North Hill residence, 10 rooms. .$50.00
715 North Baylen ............$40.00
304 North Spring ............$2500
House 4ear Perdido Wharf .... 20.00
21 West Romana .............. 20.00
314 East Strong ............... 17.50
49 East Chase ................. 1500
80w West Main ................ 1500
421 East QoM wnmenI ...........11.00
MONEY TO LOAN AT THE LOW.
EST MARKET RATE OF INTEREST.


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MONBir LOANfD any a
kinda of personal property.
weekly or oathly. W ha ya
money, see me. J. A. Wso t,
Governeast stree. Ballbury b
room I.
MONE1 LOANED on goo4 i
tae security ta eay a
Bale Wiloos O


orse, 7
nd gen-
iare. A.
6jly
results
,. Phone
2julylm
ra fine'
in gocd
Stude-
4june.
lything?
oadertul
afldcent


A PROPERTY S


LITTLE


PLAIN TALK


We want you to know and feel
that any business entrusted to
us will receive prompt atten-
tion and have the utmost care.
If You Want
to buy or sell property, rent or
lease dwellings, borrow or lend
money, secure a Fire, Life or
Accident Insurance Policy, we
undoubtedly can serve you well
and to your satisfaction, at the
same time save you time and
money.
Our Methods
are up-to-date and you will find
It a pleasure to deal with us.
Our advice is free.


L. S. BROWN & Co

200 Theisen Bld'g

"WE SELL LOTS"


Board and Rooms.


FOR SALE

$65.00 per month is obtained In rents
from 11 houses. and the houses can be
had for $4750.00. Figure this out, and
you will find that it will pay 14%.
$2500.00 of this price can be carried at
8%.

Other Bargains
3 houses, renting monthly
18.00 ....................$1600 00
5-room cottage, East Hill
(New) .................. 1500 00
3-room cottage E. Romana .. 850 00
4 houses renting monthly
$23.50 .................. 1850 00
10 lots, New City, overlooking
bayou .................. 1750 00
1 block, near Orphan's Home 800 00

For Rent
10-room boure, E. Gadsden .... $35 00
Warehouse, Cushman's Alley .. 15 00
RENTS COLLECTED
MONEY LOANED.



LESLIE E. BROOKS
2041/ S. Palafox, Fisher Building


ROOM AND BOARD.-Delightful lo- Misoellanoous
cation on bay shore; boating, bath-
ing and fishing. Inquire of Mrs. C. Build you a house, I will give you
Herman. at Fisherville. 3juaem. rices on material. P. O RnBo 28


I


DAILY SCHEDULE
For Steam Division
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL
RAILWAY CO.
Trains leave Pensacola for the Little
Bayou, Big Bayou, Warrington,
Navy Yard. and Fort
Barrancas at-


. .7:15am ar Ft. Barrancas 7:3am
FOR RENT.-Two furnished rooms Phone 810. Joel Frater. Yard at Bay- :15m ar Ft. Barrancas 1:3Oa
r. De. ,or rent. Light housekeping.,301 W. len Street Wharf. 30junelm* 9:50am ar Ft. Barrancas 10:30am
cottage Chase. 6June. PIANO TUNING.1 :50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 1:30pm
ERa:road PATIES who want to ren hoie I am prepared to do tuning and re- 6:15pm ar Ft. Barraucas 7:00pm
cllan. teams or anything else tor thatpairing and guarantee satisfaction. 17 *8:10pm -ar Ft. Barrancas *8:50pmo
21aprl matter will find The Journal Want years' practical experience in the *Saturdays only.
Son top Ads a great help. I sth. J. Conrad Scott, 244 E. Greg- Trains leave Fort Barrancas for
electric BAY HOTEL--Open nigat an day. ory street. Pensacola. 25junelm* Pensacola at-
streets. European plan. Rooms light and REGULAR MAIL LIaNE-Good covey. 8:00am ar Pensacola 3:40pm
11:00am ar Pensacola 11:40aoi
a and it clean. Transient trade solloted, 5T7 ance for traveling public. Daily ser- 11:00am ar Pensacola 11:40a
Clubs. 6,9 South Palatfo. Jos. Nicola, vice each way. From Chipley to Bay. 2:00pm ar Pensacola 2:40pm
at A psop. anv. head. Address J. M. Taggle, Chipley, 5:10pm ar Pensacola 5:55pm
Sweth* P 24m 3 ,:00pmSU DA Pe9saca 7:45pm
ce RAL TT 9:00pm ar Pensacola 9:45pm
LOST m STAT in a pt SUNDAY SCHEDULE
SL b theSTT Igoil da we city, Electric car will leave Pensaco!a
s LOST-One Walnut Table Leg on r ohe ground at e will every hour from a m. to 10 p. m.
e LOST-One aut able eg on build your house on long time &. Inclusive, and Saturday night only at
a* P Palatox street and Perdido Railroad, meAt D. Hale Wllun& inclusive, and Saturdy night ony at
1. i'J .Finder return to Rosenau & Gerelds .. .. L. 11 p. m., and leave Bib Bayou for
loct and et reward 31t TAUl s OB. L Diamond, 1TUla. Pemsacola very hour at 7:30, 8:30,
l n ..get reward..23jylt't clothing Clecaned Presed and and so on until 10:30 p. m., wi thte
mnltur* LOST-A white bull dog, with whi'erepaired on Short noetica No. 11 exception of the first car leaving Pen-
&1 at spot in.igh ` eye. Reward for re- west ooernM* t SL Penscola, NRa sacola at 6 a. m., which will, o4 re.
an turn to 523 South Palafox St. 22J1ylw' iM turning, leave the Big Bayou l at:
o"t LOST-A pair of gold-towed, rimloes FOR ONl bOOLLA. AND FlpFY a. m., and the 2 p. I. car will leave
lar la- eyeglasses, in a black Morocco ca.-e,: CENTS per hed, we will haul out Big Bayou at 2:40 p. a.
on Thursday afternoon, between the de"a hort, oWS, ac. Leave order The above is the week day schedule
Old Mill lan and-'he.County.. Club. a 1US gast latendencla Helring which will begin Friday, April l5.
Finder will be liberally rewarded by Bros. -eb Electric car will leave Pendacola at!
returning same to Harry E. Graham AILMAKE 7, 88:0, 9:50, 10:50, 11:50, a. m. and
Court House Annex. 22jly3t* .SAILMAKR. 12:50., 1:50. 2:50. 3:50, 4:50, 5:50, 6:50.
Court House Annex. 2 ly3t* PORTER, allmaker, 716 South 8. 9 and 10 p. l. running tbrou h to
IA)ST-Wedriesday morning going Palaoz street Orders taken for the Big Bayou, a6d immediately re-
real es from Eseanbbia Hotel to navy yard, tents, awnings caip tools and hose turning from Big Bayou to Palmetto
lateral, via 8:15 boat, wallet containing sum oats etc. PVre M nbla 31j3a Beach will await arrival of steam
Brooks, of money and paper of value to mI train from Pensacola and will then
21oan only. Liberal reward for return to' run to Pensacola ahead of the train
S hotel. 21jlylw' NEW from Fort Barrancas.
Sa The steam trains will run as at
pa;able Pab tt FOR RENT-Offce rom with show present, but will observe th electric
322 W. window. Apply at 34 S. Palafox. car schedule and wl work Ii connec-
Iaidin 19jlylm on w


zieo~
- mal
mu 4


aOUg26.
MONEY LOANED ma aLl knads of pa
sonal property on short notice
Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstairs
28% South Palafox St., Phone 1144
Snov
UNULAMlTkD amutMn ol mosey to soa*
oe all kinds of ermonl Prerty
Special rates to business m on large
loans. The New York Losa ca. 204~
South Palate.

Cashman's Pawn Shin.
402 8. PALAFOX ST.
MONET TO iAOAN ON DlAMONDIA
Watches Chaln. Rings and all kinds
of collat t1 security at lowest nra of
interest. Bargals in oaredeemed
pledagese.


GRIST AND CORN MEAL MILLI.
ML r. GONZALEZ & CO., Props.
Manufacturers
CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GROUND
STOCK FEED.
BDy your meal and stock feed trom
the home manufacturer, encouraging
home industry, contribute to home
labor, and leaie your money in yon
city.


Blue Ribbon

Bottle Beer,


has no equal
Sold everywhere.


S.A. Friedman
Wholesale Distribtecr.
I


Leader in Imported


Wines


and Liquors*
PHONE 1731
No. 31 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.
PENSACOLA. FLA.

GIVE YOUR HAULING TO

Merchants Transfer Go.
Thor. B. Thorsen, Prop.
HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION

SPECIAL ATTENTION GVEN TO
BAGGAGE DAY OR NIGHT.
PHONE 978.
P. O. COX, 67;.


FOR RENT-Twelve-room dwelling
Corner Hayne and Wright Sultable Pe, l a d
for boarding house. Apply W. S. Gar. M | I a
tA l


eUin. 1JUJly
FOR BRWiT- W five-room cottage
on car line, corner 18th street and
8th avenue. Inquire at Turton's Photo
gallery.. 12July
FOR RiNT.-Lower foor of desirable
residence on North Hill, unfurnish.
ed. Address 444, care Journal.
29June lw*
FOR RENT.-Residence lately o>
cupled by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W.
LaRua street. Apply to R. M. Cary,
43 S. Palafox street. 7Tune
FOR RENT-Twenty-room house, cor-
ner Barracks and Zarragossa street
Suitable for boarding house. Apply
to Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 216 East Zarra.
gosu. 26mf



PANAMA

HA TS
CLEANED, BLEACHED AND
BLOCKED, at the
GOLDEN RULE NIL-
LIM EvY PARLONRS
IU W. Government at


Gulf Stemsip Co.
STEAMER TARPON
WG.. BARROW, Master.
FIRST-CLAHS PAiSSNGIER AND
FREIGHT SERVICE
-Between--
PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACHI.
COLA, CARRABELLE, ST. AN-
DREWS, MILLVILLLE
And all points on St. Andrews Bay,
Carrabelle and Apalachlcola.
SCHEDULE
Leave Pensacola Sunday, 8:80 p.
m. for Mobile, Ala.
aieave Pensacola, Tuesday, 8:30 p.
m., for St. Andrews, Millville, Apa.
lac'nicola, Carrabele and Intermedia.t
points.
For additional Info:'matton apply t
J. R. SAUNDERS,
I. R. COBB, .President
Gen. Frt. and Pass. Aft-
Pensacola l.


I. B. WRIGHT & CO
Manufacturers of
and Dealers in
LUMBER, LATHS, SAWED CYPRESS
SHINGLES AND KILN.
DRIED 8APlS


For Rent..
700 West Intende#la .,...,.... 00
328 West Intendenela ... .... .5
809 North 7th avenue-........ .I00
STORES ANO PPIC9..
315/a South Palafox, up.*lin
suitable for club-or e sflc,'
705 South Palafox.
207 East Government
MONEY TO LOAAtI THE LOW.
EST MARKET RAZ'Q4F INTEREIT.


We Advertise Free.


FISHER REAL ESTATE E A E

P9we47. GOLLT 9O R4wNS A SdIMTT -. e aS A


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DIRECT TOR Y
A-CiRL--i ii ---- -- ---c-c
CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL.,
There will be a meeting of this
body on the first and third Wednes.
days of each mouth at 7:30 p. m. AW
delegates are requested to be pro.
ent. Z. W. ROBERTS.
W. L. DELAY, President
Secretary.
Pensacola Lodge No. 3. K. of P.
meets every Ionday evening at 8:0
o'clock at t ir Castle Hall, Blout
Watson building, corner Palafox ad
Garden streets Visiting brethren cov6
dially welcome 1.
H. C. VON wsRmusR, C.
LH HORSLgE. K. of R. &
S Rathbone Lodge Nl
20 K. of P., meets every
T rsday evening at 8:00
o'clock In their Castl
hal, third floor. Blount
Wptson building, south.
Gard wet corner Pliafo. an
Otr;e streets Vmuting knights ave
cordially welcomed
R CERUTI, C. C.
C. J. Levy. K. of R. & a
Knights of Columbua,
Meetings of the
nights of Columbus
are held at their hall,
No. 8 West Intendea.
cla street, on every
Monday evening at
7:30 o'clock. An la,
sr K vitatlon is extended
to visiting Knights. I
JOHN B. JONES.
DDM. FOX, Grand Knight
Recorder.
Pensaooa Ledge No. 4, 1. 0. p
Pensacola Lodge No. 4, L O. O p,
meets every Thursday evening at 7?:3
at the new hall on West GUeri
street. Vltings brAthren cordia
invited. N. A. NEILSON, N. 0.
B. R. WITKOVSIC. Secretary.
REBEKAH SIStERa---
Naomi Lodge No. 10, Rebekah t e.
terms meets every Monday night as
g o'clock o in L 0. 0. 1. PHai.
ittg sisters cordially invited to he
present. MISS NEITA M. ELLIOTT.
MISS MAMICE REEMAN. Secretary.
W.O.W.
Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. 0. W,
meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 2r4
Wednesdays In each month. Visitlag
sovereigns cordially Invited
J. A. BOGHICH C. ,C
LBSLIE BROOkle Clerk
Bxeellor Encampment, I. O. .,
bxcelslor Encampment No. 4 meeu
on second and fourth ;.edneaday& at
L 0. F. Hal, on West Oarde
street. Visiting patriarch Invited.
T. G. 8TIN80N,
JOHN WJLLOC Scribe
Chief Patriarch.


Joppa Lodge, No. L 0. O..p.
Joppa Lodge, No. 6, L O. 0. ,
meets every Tueday evening at 7:8.
o'clock at Rafford Hall, West Garde
street. Visiting brethren cordiafly nl.
lted. H. JIUDEVINE- N. G
C. I. SMITH. See.
Oak Grove, Lodge No. 4, Woodame'S
Circle, meets every Tharsday at 3 a.
B. Visiting sovereign cordially lnv
ed. MRS. M. B. OLSEN,
LILLIE BRANUM, Guardian
Clerk
M. B. No. 81 meets irst ans
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.
m.. Rafford Hall, No. 10 West Intern
dencia Street
A. G. FELL, Pr,.
J. L. SWEET. See

GUL-r CIY



Cleaning &a y

Works
MEMBERSHIP RATE J1 pM.
MONTH.
Ladies and Gent's-Oloth I
dyed and repaired. Goofd aBeK r
and delivered.
ABELL A FINCH, PRO .
Phone No. 16. PinIes iS


The Journal has

a lot of

OLD PAPERS:

For Sale.


V--r;cL~I CI~~R


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Ip


LOANS.
We have about $10,000 on hand, which we can lend on good real
estate security in sums of $100.00 to $250.00 at'7% and 8%.

REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
Block 169, New City tract, 20 lots, at $3500.00.
Block 163, New City tract, 20 lots, at $175.00 per lot.
South half of blocK 143, New City tract overlooking Bayou, 6
lots, at $1500.00.
Block 120, New City tract, ovedlooking Bayou, 20 lots, at $2750.
A very desirable Dwelling, 6 rooms, now rented, North Hayne
street, at $2250.00.
Dwelling. North Hill, near car line, $2250.00.
Two4tor .y Dwelling, West Gregory street, at $3000.00.

DWELLINGS FOR RENT.
Two-story Dwelling, North Baylen street, $30.00.
Two-story Dwelling, No. 211 West Cervantes street, 8 rooms,
modern conveniences, $30.00.
Also renting property and bargains can be had by calling on


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


NORTH HILL PROPERTY.


Six desirable building lots at

S2,000.

EAST HILL PROPmERTY

A Nie Home, 505 E. Gadsden, 7 room, at



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For Anything in the Hardware Line, Light or Heavy, See Us.


GORDON & BROWN


Our Stock After the Completion of


HARDWARE


COMPANY,


I Grand Opening


SETrAIL: Nos. 3 *nd 6 SoMI Palfox Stret
WHOLESALE: kast arden Street, -er L. & N.' Freight Depot--WHOLESALE


Grand Openinm
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A D Worth f a S WORKING FOR A MORE EVIDENCE The Gul it Mart SHIPPING NEWS
OF PROSPERITY I
Baylen and Intendencia.
ADDED TO MOOTON'S PHAR- a J gelln the n laet 11L8m io
BICYCLE NO. 3 HAS JUST BEEN Arrived.
Magellan. Nor bk, Moller. 1148, Rio
MACY DELIVERY ER- MEATS AND VEGETABLES, POUL Co.
M L l VICE. TRY AND GAME IN SEASON. VESSELS
Bicycle No. 3 has now been put on FREE DELIVERY. Steamships.
in Hooton's Pharmacy messenger ser- Brantlngham, Br as, Flause, 1685,
This is a mighty popular W W*vice, another evidence of the growing PHIL JONES, MANAGER Las Palmas to Fr. J. Schreyer.
price for Men's Business Suits, business of that up-to-date enterprise. PHON&E 895. Cartha. Br ss, Johnson, 541, Ha-
The way this business has gone vana to Export Lumber Co.
yet it is a price that will pay Chambr Of Commrce Committe ahead is a marvel, but it is no surprise Elfl, Br ss, Nielsen, 1229, Pomaron
for very except final qualities to those who know Jack or who have McDAVID to J. A. Merritt & Co.
S M I observed his modern methods of doing Elswick Park, Br ss, Mills, 2208,;
when the Suits are properly Endeaoring to Arouse In- business. Vera Cruz to F. O. Howe & Co.
made. In the first place they .e n Dl His drug store is now known, all Goodwood, Br ss, Boog. 2313, Balti-
mteret in Pensacola. over West Florida and in every home Special to The Journal. more to Wm. S. Keyser Co.
remade of all wool fabric. The i which The Journal Is read Hooton's Inchmoor Br ss. Curtis, 3078, New-'
efbric. Te t, which The Journal is read.Hooon' McDavid, July 22.-Messrs. B. F. castle to Gulf Transit Co.
shaping of the collar is done Pharmacy has become almost a house- ^ T H "se t ra no1
At a recent meeting of the Chcollaramber hold word. Jernigan, of Hammac, and G. H. Bry- Pecine, Aust ss Sarijanovich, 1463,
by hand. The inside work of Commerce the necessity to the bus- .Mr. Hooton is now soliciting the ars, of Evergreen, are here on busi- Tampico to Gulf Transit Co.
Romuola, ir ss, Presant, 1380, Huelva
done just about twice as well iness interests of a city of Pensacola's mail order trade ana' as his store is ness for a few days. Roola, r s, Pesant, 10, Huelva
as the ordinary fifteen dollar size of maintaining one or more mili- open all night he is particularly well Mrs. L. C. Brewton visited rela- Sicaster.
as the ordinary fifteen dollar companies was discussed, with situated to handle orders of thif kind. ties in Atmore Tuesday to Gul transit ranch 28, Genoa
suits. This means that you can the result that a committee of five Mrs. L. A. Solomon left Saturday for Telesfora, Span ss Bengoa, 2917,
safely pay this price at the was appointed to investigate the feas- Brewton, Ala Liverpool to Pensacoa Lumber Co.
ability of reorganizing one of the local rewton, Ala., where site is visiting ivinia San ss 1983, Bustinza
Old Re le and get a Suit militia companies recently disbanded her mother, Mrs. McConnell. Tampa to Gulf Transit Co.
that will be shapely as long as by the A'jutant General. T AT Mr. E. T. Davis, one of Pensacola's Wanderer, Br as. Hunter, 2666
It is worn. Guaranteed all ngap-prominent lawyers, was here on bus-. Liverpool to A. A. Brown & Co. I
pointed, viz: Col. R. M. Cary, C. C. essWednesdayar.
wooL Coodman, Capt. R. M. Bushnell, J. Ed. eEDas Wednesday. Baru..
Williams and Secretary W. C. Jones. Mr. M. 0. Baggett and Mr. A. W. DeGrogori Globatta, Ital bk, Fer-
Several meetings of this committee LLIBrewton made a flying business trip Pine Lumber Co.
have been held an4 the co-operatior to Pensacola yesterday. Hudson, Nor bk, Knud.en, 771, Lon-
of Prof. H. Clay Armstrong and Capt. N Miss Rosa Gibson returned Satur- don to order.
John W white Stephen D. o the old Ch!pley day after spending a pleasant week at talbk Duo CngunOllvar ,1258.
Light Infantry organization secured in fromday after spending a plan week atros.n 1
SW iW the work of reorganizing at least one Flomaton. as the guest of Mrs. C. S. oeana, Port bko olledo 11B23Ner
Outfitter to Men and Boys of the companies. It's something that most men Bowman. Orleans to H. Baars & Co.
As chairman of the committee, and appreciate. Some of them pay Mrs. M1. Barclay of Pensacola came Thomas, tal bk, Garro, 803, to C. i
205P207 S. Palafox. an officer in the military organization pretty high to secure It; others. iout last week and will Epend quite a Caflero.
Oof the state, ODI. Cary was requested' wear 'sm ready-to-wear and get while here on a visit to old friends. 8ohoonera
Phoal 22 to secure from the Adjutant General it for half the money. Mr. J. T. Mackey and sister, Mis. Harry W. Lewis, Br sch,. 279, Matan-
the necessary authority for the pr- We don't ask you to take our Pearle Mackey of Roberts, and Mr. zas tO J. A. Merritt &Co.
posed reorganization. This Col. Cary word for the excellence of our and Mrs. W. N. Wililams of Pine Lassel, Am sch. Reynolds, 1225, Bal-
received on Baturday. This permit, clothing, but it would jBarren, were visitors here Sunday, timore to master. 0
however, is good fa- only thirty days, PLEASE US IMMENSELY guests of the Misses Bowman. Nelson M. Atwood, Am sch, Watt,
!and it will be necessary that Immedl- Mrs. B. F. Pringle returned to her 653, New York to order.
TURPENTINE STILLS ate action be taken n the atter f you would come and look home at Pollard Sunday after twops.
M Milla Bros Co therefore, heChamber o hammer at our offerings. weeks spent here with her daughter,
If you are a merchant tail- Mrs. O. K. Bowman., Cu
s preparing to call a meeting earl or's man, we will guarantee to Mr. John Brewton waq called home nera, 1170, Liverpool to master.
M nu turer, next ee o yongmenn the city surprise you. from Pensacola Thursday by thevelymion, Rus ship, Ayllnr, 1882, St.
MOBILE ALABAMA wh for the purpose of discussing the d,- Paying too much and waiting ness of his little sister, who was an: Nayvare to master.
OB LE, ALABAMA. for ros of issuing too long is the "mad-torder" s at the presentwritng very low
s of organization. way. with typhoid fever.
Paying Just enough and get- The third. quarterly conference of Notice to the Public
SBOAT CLUB WILL ting satisfaction s wamr wy. the M. E. Church will convene at
We fit a l shapes, M to 5. Bogia on the 2kh, and on the day fol-
lowing (Sunday) there will be servi- LOCAL UNIONS 47 AND 107, CAR
Naval Stores Mat OLD REGATTA ces held by Presiding Elder Hammill, PENTERS AND OINER OF AMER.
PayLR G ATTA, vat 11 p. m. and also at 3p. m. Re- ICA, AND LOCAL UNION 459, PAINT-i
h. Ga, July 2.-The naval- W h freshments will be served on the ERS AND DECORATORS AND pA:
market closed to-day a ol- Arrangements are early complet- grounds. It is hope that a large R HANGERS OF AMERICA,
SoArrangementt are ahely complet- and appreciative audience will be pres- WILL HAVE A BUSINESS AGENT
........................$4 95 ed for a regatta to be held on Bayou -t AT THEIR HEADQUARTERS,
S ........................ 4 5 Chico, between crews representing -nO. ROOM NO. 1, OLD ARMORY BUILD-i
S......................... 4 35 the Pensacola Rowng Club and the f ING, TO RECEIVE REQUESTS
......................... 4 20 St. John's Boat Clb of New Orleans. NOTICE, RETAIL CLERKS PARTES W HING WORK
............................ 4 10 The event will probably be pulled The members of the Retail Clerk', DONE IN EITHER OF THESEI
......................... 4 05 off on the latter part of September CASH CLOTIB R Union are requested to meet at their LINES, AND WILL BE GLAD TOi
...................... 4 00 and will no doabt draw a large crowd. hall, on Soth iPalafox street. this after- FURNISH MEN TO DO IT AT S8
,.......................... 3 90 The local cgrb a figuring on erec:- Pe W noon at 3:30 o'clock, for the purpose HOURS PER DAY AT THE SCALE
o .................... ....... 3 85 ing a large grad stand on the point of attending the funeral of our late OF WAQiS FORMERLY RECEIVED
... ...................... 3 70 below the boat bose. where the inish- brother, Edward C. Dansby. BY.THEM.
........................... 3 60 ing line will b- Th olowing races COr. nanPd S S y RIRA. 4* REDENBMACK,
....... ......... ....... 3 35 wil be sTMgee: WC nirryT stge sel -. president. 3uirIw VtI. LCl No. 74
7 Ezits6 Tu3ta e. 53 cmnts. double AmL la's t Aera d w"eM .


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It should be easy for you to decide the rees
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Iron Works and Supply Co.
Manufacturers and Repairers of
MACHINERY AND BOILERS .
FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Prompt attention given to all orders, day or nlrht. A z. -
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Chains of all descriptions.
Office Phone 123. PHIL WITTMAN. Mg-.
Residence Phone 1029. P.O. Box 123.
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S:my own. my native land."
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Corect Answers Received.
Varn, city.
Hill. City.
ScRice. Apalachicola. Fla.
Heinberg. city.
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VL Dp.m. F irwt Baptist Church-Rev. F. Jones noon on account of 1dward Dansby's First Church of Christ, scientist. ade thy manst t
SGadsden Street Methodist Church-, pastor. Preaching at 11 m. No even- tKatharine's--Cervates and Da- First Church of Christ. Scientist- iFor further Informaton or e
Preaching at 11 P. m. and 8 p. m. by; ing service. Sunday school at 9:30 ataine's ervaeervice at 11 a m. services will be logue of the school addre.
a This Com a IM*. -N the pastor. Rev. F. A. Rogers. Sun- a. m. E. D. Beggs, 'perintendent. visstreets. Rev. Andrew T. Sharpe e held in the Pensacola Library build- H. CLAY ARMSIRONG,
4 NIt Wigths h El US day school 9:30 a. m. Epworth Lea unbeSto. Regular services 7:30 and 11 a.
Sp.m. Net Wrtt a day ool 9:30 a. m.p.m. and 4 p. m. Sunday school 9.30 a. ng on East Chase street. Pr
4mP. M. m.All welcome.
Reed's Chapel-Rev. Geo. W. Car West Hill church.-E. A. Cottrell, mSt. John's Church-Warrington. Re. fit f II IIIII
peter, Pastor---Servicer every Brat pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and A. T. Sharp, minister In charge.
Je W-al to4y an bUWM I: Sunday at 11 a. m,. by the pastor; Sun- 7:45 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday pe n er
day school at 10 a. ., J. aL at:0 p. inn 7:30 p. m.C
auperiatende- lt. East E nd Baptist Church-S. Y. consider the Quality of
Muscogee Whart Church--Rev. Ow_._heraChr
W. Carpenter, Pastor-ServieM eovw German Lutheran Church-Rev. J. A
first and third Sunday t 7:30 a. '. W. Reinhardt, pastor. English ser -
conducted by the pastor. Suadai vice 7:30 p. m. e Furniture W e Sell.
school at 3:30 p. m, J. N. Andrews. A Scandinavian Lutheran Church-
Sauperintendent Prayer mettzg every A COOL Services at 10:80 a. Pm. and 5 j. mU, We do believe you can't get better bargains anywhere. Thee's
Thursday ritht at 7:30 o'clock. Rev. Be4lle Pastor. character and high quality in every piece.
Warriagst Church-Rev. Wu. PROPOSM ON * *
Carpenter. Pastor-S4erviacs every Reeisier I lint is D ilr
Snday s 7o r at 10 u. .2 aAND A SURE ONE, ThI Chrtissa cleatleft hold their R B r, l
eSundayl ti Suhbday t the Masonic Tern- From most other buying-you buy seldom, but want It to last aa.
Blm. perttdet t dy 0 t t M pie 5 P. f, The Wednesday meet- be serviceable as long as It lasts. Your credit is good with Va, o
*t fIgg l0 I&ag ilng be at 5 p. m., same place.

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can rt=.and hGre r y- reta.SPA ~74 Pim s' huch-Rev
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S-a the Ife SavingK Station. trtd
Sto ARRANGEMENTS BEING MADder,
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country th itvotlon Army has made
outings for the ohldren of the poo a
feature of fts mmer work and the
benefits whlah the little ones derive
from these days of pleasure, which
TO THE BOY OR 4NRL WHOSE NA ME IS DRAWN FROM THE CORRECT ANSWERS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE BY NEXT THURSDAY NIGHT, THE JOURNAL WILL GIVE A would be denied them but for the eN-
SILVER DOLLAR. forts of the army, more than repay
the officers and others for the trouble
of arranging for the trips.
-------- Captain and Mrs. Norris have for
*-several days been at work upon the
project and ticket will be givpu only

[i A Week of Fact and Fancy, Fun and Folly in Florida g enon be pe oy
gated. Anyone knowing of children
*-$ o l e who could not otherwise take a day's
....... ** ** ** outing on the gulf beach w ill confer a
Prefers the Simple Life.. learned this morning, to his cost, that and relief of the aforeplid brigade. The shock almost killed the paper make a habit of going on calmly ana favor by notifying captain Norrs, who
The editor of the Tampa Tribune is there are certain features of the Smoke np!-Lvce Oak Democrat. man, but a skilled physician soon re- leisurely with-her bath, paying no at- will promptly arrange so that th
ery complimentary to the editor of above couplet which still survive even * lieved him. Now, where the deuce di tention whatever to the Interruption may bencluded in the party.
the TtMs-WTniom, who does not merit in this unregenerate age. Doctors Mugt Submit. the farmer get the long green in such he will find that people who have dies, cream and other edibles by the
aLthe good this I about him to He ry Is a ark-skinned citlae who The DurIal Copty a404ial Society ,Irge quantities?-Milton Index. *one the ringing will come again after aritably nclam aind will be gratefully
coinect ti A vy iih pAMoUt -ai o catBkI m"laam.e. N.l e ks rses tm th * a reasonable waiting spell and that eeive and wll materially assist
omeo. tlat he never expects to held theless he bankers after the news-as neWslaperis ai aiouville, til'ving -"Wa 'the ODWertt -" she will mkha lostt nothiulr-Tampa making the outing he srcces w
and does not aspire to hold, and can- expressed in the daily papers and has accounts of sickness or accidents and A man went up to one of our citi- Times. It ought to be aid which Captain No
not be persuaded to take. any quicker made it a habit to annex the Tampa the like, to omit the name of the doc- zens last Sunday and asked him to * r hoes to mak it
than he can be induced to embrace a journals as they were flung into the tor in charge of the patient as they have a cold drink and when informed Political Fences Dilapidated. riManahopes to ma of t.
red-hot stove. A very simple quiet hallways of subscribers. are not after that kind of advertising. that he could' not get it in town on The fences of some Florida politi- th station, has kndly volunteered to
life becomes the environment of his City Detective Bell yesterday ob- The Jacksonville papers have refused dandty said "that's all right, but we clans have gotten into a dilapidated assist in th undertaking andwill pre
corner in the world, setting himself no served the dusky citizen in the act of to comply with the request, which can across the river, what's the dit- condition and are badly in need of re- pare the chowder for the excurslon-
higher in the virtues than thousands purloining a morning paper and at would be the means of cutting out ference?"-White Springs Herald. building. And they'll find it quite a isls
of fellow-Floridians who are just as once placed him under arrest, lodging many a glaring headline. and thus * task to get. them in fit condition for
capable to hold down the executive a charge of stealing and vagrancy lessening the interest of the paper gen- Blue Sunday at White Springs. the next campaigr.-Jacksonville -
chair as he, though it is expected ia against him. rally. According to their assertions, Yesterday was a blue 'Sunday in Times-Union.
the ordinary run of human existence This morning in municipal court if the doctors of Jacksonville will not White Springs. Not a soft drink * J HF PENSACOLA
that he will be "alive and kicking" in Judge Whitaker fined him $50 and pay for advertising, they must submit stand was open in the town and there Political Pot Steaming.
the round-up and witness the respect- costs, or sixty days on the city chain- to. It for nothing.-Quincy Times. was many a thirsty soul who sought The political pot for the election AOOSSCA Ola
ful interment of a number of political gang.-Tampa Times. * relief but found it not. All this be- next year is already showing a little CLASSICAL SCHOOL
shysters who play upon the prejudice * The Whole Thing. cause the city council took a notion to steam. It's up to Punta Gorda to
of the people, and who know they are Smoke Up! The editor of the Banner this week issue an order that in the future no start it boiling with a big fish fry.-
dishonest in dealing with them.- The guilty hit the grit when no one is: Editor, publisher, foreman, printer soft drinks and ice cream are to be Zolfo Advertiser. OPINION OF EDUCATORS AS TQ
Jacksonville Times-Union. pursueth or words to that effect. For and the "devil," and mostly the lat- sold on Sundys.-St. Augustine Record. * *
* the past two weeks a wail has been ter-not having any help since the * '"Our Bob" a Favorite. ITS WORK.
Don't Rob the Printer, ascending from the cigarette brigaoe llth inst.--Jasper Banner of Liberty. Keep on Bathing. Notwithstanding Bob Davis's decla-
A stirring and truthful bard, now because the day was near at hand * A young wife who has nobody in the ration that he has forever retired from
long since deceased once remarked: when the anti-cigarette law passed by A Narrow Escape. house after hubby goes down town politics, he is the logical candidate for
"We may forgive the man who robs the late Florida legislature would go The editor of the Dothan, Ala.. pa- writes to the Times inquiring what to governor to succeed Hon. N. B. Brow- Prof. Walter Miller, professor of
His neighbor of his coal: into effect. But no such law was per had a narrow escape from death to do when she is in the bath and the ard. He would not have to re-enter Greek i, Tulane University, afte
But the man who robs the printer passed. and the secretary oi atate has lately. A farmer entered the office, telephone or doorbell rings. She says politics, for he is the favorite of the visiting the classic al school, wrote
Is sure to lose his soul." certified the fact to the public over subscribed for the paper and quietly is it very annoying and embarrassing. state, regardless of politics.-West the fol lowingou ol cite opinion to *
Henry Williams, a dusky citizen, his official signature, to the great joy drew a twenty-dollar bill on the editor. So it no doubt is, but if our friend will, Palm Beach Sun. The Pen oa Classical School
Doing a splendid work for the cause of
~~~~~~~~~~~~~Alice Kc~~~~~~~ndrick Dow.cceto__ __southern education It Is established
Leo Rtyma Thando, city. P n a o highest ideals of scholarship; It main.

Ellis Williams Milton, Fla. Services at the Pensacola Churches To-day by the best mode methods a
Julia Bradhaw .MGrane'. Kr training comparable with that afford
C e b Ga ir M i ~o n,o F la I . . . .. . . .. . . @ ,W44,'0# 44 ")OI$0 4 b y t h e g r e a t f t tin h o o ls o f t h4
Cusie P ar er. ME.on, Fla.c | ....... **,Q 0C C.<^<.<-- ^, 0 .-, ,r<$^ <>4^ <^ :east.bY the greatly fitting the ll of th
.Susie Parker cEagan. city. Following is the order of services gowzian. Morning subject, "What Con- Pits, pastor. Sunday school 10 a. m.! at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., by Rev. B. It. Classical School is one of the very
Almo Fen t C o-. t the various churches today: stitutes a Church?" Evening subject. Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. at Anderson of Milton. best secondary schools of the south"
Almot CTerect. e"The Rich Man's Obstacle." Prayer Wright's Mill Shed. corner of 10th ave. Sunday school at the Stodlart Ave- Dr. Venable, president of the Uni-
John and Clara Frenkel send excel- Catholic. meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock, nue an. Aragon street. A cordial in- nue Mission at 4 p. m. C. F. Zeek, verslty of North Carolina, writes: '.'It
lentlv written and alpaost correct Pi- St. Michael's Church-First mass led by W. L. Berry. All are invited to vitation is extended to all. superintendent. All are cordially in- gives me pleasure to testify to the
-wors w'th "Be" instead of "Breathes" 6:30 a. m.; last mass, 9:30; vespers attend the services. * vited. thoroughness of the preparation
,here a man, etc." 5 o'clock. * Universalist. 5 * the students who have come froMa
Gerald Stein Massey also sends a St. Joseph's Church-First mass., Salvation Army. your school to the university. W
nicely written answf. i ut quotes it 6:30 a. m., last mass 9:30 a. m.; vea- Church of Christ. hFirst Univers alistt Services every night at 8 o'clock n e glad to have more of
"This marks my own," in the last pers 5 o'clock. Church of Christ-Corner Alcanls .; Y P. C. U. 7:00 p. m. All are the tent, South East Corner Seville same type."
phra.-e. S and Jackson streets. Bib!e school 9:45 cordially invited, square. A cordial invitation to all is Dr. Geo. Petrie, professor of ,i
Methodist. a. m. Communion at Il a. m. No o . extended. Richard Norris, captain In and History in the Alabama Polytecb-
(Continued on Eleventh Page.) Palafox Street Methodist r service at night. Prayer meeting Epi P. charge. The Jaspersoh e sneisters noted ncJaynstautrri tes Icoi te
vices at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sun- Christ Church-Rev. P. H. Wc aley. will assist at the meetings during this the south. I can col dently endorse
lay school 9:30 a. m. J.N. Andre D D Rector. Regular services at 7:30 and next week.
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and old alike, $100 to $175.
It will pay you to call or write us.
TUNING A SPECIALTY.


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It E.Governmet Street.
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.



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MONOR OF MR. COHEN. and-John Kelly on the mouth harp. Delicious I gl o at
Mrs Adolph M. Cohen entertained and also the beautiful singing of the Delicious Tt la enstaorraeyon at'
at a very swell dinner Friday in honor golden voiced singer, Johnnie B. Also Sdday'in Pensaco!a shocked the en-i
of her husband's thirty-secona' birth- we enjoyed very much the cakes andF tire Populace far out into the pine)--
day anniversary. other delicacies brought from the city woods country.
The dining room and reception hall by the girls, but as we hao' not sen V0lrl or ge at pro eor, gu
were elaborately decorated in red and cakes or anything in that line for a and Savir seems to be completely out
green beautifully carried out in the week, we were scared to' touch them. Flavored with pure fruit wi td by Satanic strategy.Thecl
tamin fl owners of the hibiscus, deli- The party fro theb city consisted syrups and Ing of all bWuiness during the funeral
cate clematus vines and maidenhair of Misses Ethel Scholls, Rcaa Scholls, hs Inowmechant to shed srrob.
ferns. Sadie McHugh, Annie Ainsworth R ehis ow meto shd
he table was of course the objec- Chaffln, Denle Swayne, Ellie Swayne. Sevdng tears of sympathetibrotherhood.
tiJe point of the decorators skill. The Maggie McHugh. Annie Walsh, Inez P. e C m The protracted meeting at Brent.
polished board was covered with hand- Harrison, and Verna McHugh. and ream which closed Thursday night, proved
Pome combinations of Mexican drawn Messr. Loulis Raedy, Joe. Touart to be a Methodist revival-three new
work and Montmeliek ano the whole Mitch Touart, Q. Gonzales Willie Can anything be more members having joined the church.
draped with 'the clematus and ferns Merritt and Joe.-Metkghn. cootngt and refreshing? There is ample room for more, and
brightened by the hibiscus. The color ONE OF 'EM. Don't go home for dinner rumored that Prof. Allen ha
S e was carried throughout theumored that Prof Al
men, and w pe ally attractive FORT ARRANCA NOTE the drop in for a mid-day been runningg about" amongst the
in the ices and creams. The cut glass Captain Lyon, In conmand of the lunch-35 cents. neighbors! Hope he may be able to
and silver, including many of Mr. and post, and his adjutant Lieuteat Cow- reach Cloptonia once more before this
Mrs. Coheb handsome wedding pres- ard, and Captain ;Iase, w.de a canoe The Leaves"boyo tting of the Chinese andknow
enUt of two years ago, were a decora- trip to Fort Morgan the first of the The boycotting of the Chinese and
ti in t lve. week. They took the inside course e streetKandy Kitchen Cafe, s"alkers" of Pe
Covers Were laid for ten and the through the lagos and fotmd most Kandy Kremi me of the an who mutilated
twelve courses were discussed from desirable route and only a'few places I himself to spite his wife and Ared his
2.3O to' o' leek. where they were obied o take a 140 S.PaWlao .hon e 999 I s to erlcate t rats!
s'Mr. an Yrs. Coe's gets Lnclud- port age. United ttb sW t bar
ed two- lelybries, Mr. pad Mrs. 2d- Ideutesnat Waie lBtgtwaymn leave


In One


Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baars entertain. YOUR BEAUTY of absence visiting friends in Pitts- -I_ _i__I_
id Mr. and Mrs. Scarritt Moreno and UE burg Penn.
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Keyser at USE eutenant Hardin is away on leave
nnr Tuesday night, at which the FACE POWDER of absence but does not intend to re-
ippointmenta were an in yellow, ac- N IUU turn as he is ordered to the Fort Mon-
cented by exquisite yellow Venetian Copyrighted in Green Boxes. roe Artillery school for the winter.
glass. SUPERI6R IN QUALITY. HARM- Captain 'Hatch started to-day for
S. LESS AS WATER, Grand Rapids, Mich., for six weeks
Judge and Mrs. John C. Avery are leave of absence, and Lieutenant Craw-
expected home to-morrow from WMa- ford is in command of the Fifteenth
cesha, Wi. company and of Fort Pickens.
rs. dison Lettitt nd to The Quartermaster's boat, The Poe.
Mrs. Adison Letttt and two sonis,. is soon to take the place of the Baker
of Albany, Ga., are visiting her P which has been on the run from the
.other, Mr. C. Moreno Jones and fam- P Posts to Pensacola for the past six
ily. months. The officers are much delight.
... ed that the Poe is coming back to For:
Mr. J. Presly Thornton left Wednes- t Barncas. F
lay for the mountains of Georgia and _rranca
Tenessee. MRS. MASSEY RECALLS
Mr. Earle Thornton left Friday for HER INVITATIONS.
W hMr. rle Thornton left Friday for The invitations sent out by Mrs.
Washington, D. C. heeb rald,
Washington, D. C. John Massey of 702 West Garden
t. s nf;ciigii' street, for a linen shower for M isM:
Capt. and Mrs. John Chener let. Bertha Griffin are hereby recalled,
Saturday noon for Evergreen, Ala., to :n t illness her fiance Mr
reside, to the sincere regret of the -. owing to the illness of her fance, Mr.
many friends gained during their two V e. Orders for
)ears' residence in this city to NADINE FACE POWDER is comr THE UNCERTAINTY OF class orug
which their removal is ,' distinct loss. pounded and purified by a newly dis- LIFE ILLUSTRATED.following
SJ Covered process. Prouces a beauti- ..An incident singularly eloquent of orders rlcc
Hon. J. Campbell Avery and wif ful, soft, velvety appearance, which the uncertainty of life and death was o'loc n
are guests of Dr. and Mrs. S. R. M- remains until washed off ladies who brought out 'by the presence in this after t
lory Kennedy on Big Bayou. use Nadine Face Powder are sure the city of Mr. T. Giblin of Mobile, the
Mrscomplexion will be soft and lovely at venerable father of Mrs. John White
Mrs. John E. Stillman gave a pic- close of the evening. at thefuneralof hissoninlaw.
toi Thursday at the life saving sta- THE QUAI TY IS UNEQUALa D. Mr. White was warmly, attached to
tion going over on the revenue cutter Buy one 50-cext green package of Mr. Giblin who returned, his affection
Penrose at 9 a. in. and returning to Nadine Face Powder, and if you are %ith intereKt. About three weeks ago
the city at 5 p. m. Her guests were n entirely satisfied, notify us and Mrs. White' ad her sister Mrs. George
daughter, Mrs. W. J. Forbes and fa- we will promptly refunl your money. Hoffman were called to Mobile, noti-
t, Mrs. W. J. Fres and a Sold by all leading druggists, or mail fed that their father was dangerously Th
Frotscher (Dr.)of New Orleans). Mister Miss price 50 cents. White, Flesh, Brunett, ill and would die. Mr. White accom-
Frotscher (of New Orleans). Miss Mar-
jorie Menefee and Miss Jennie Still- prepared only by panied them to Mobile saying "I want
man. NATIONAL TOILET CO., Paris, Tenn. to go and see Father once more be-
fore he leaves us."
Mrs. and Mrs. Thomas Turner and In less than a month later the ven-
children passed through Penabcola ward Forcheimer, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney erable, white haired father was up
yesterday, returning to their home Kahn: Miss Lula Aschenaffenberg of and able to come from Mobile and at-
In Selma after a two weeks' visit at New Orleans, Miss Rosalie Jacoby of tena' the funeral of Mr. White who had
Seabreeze, Fla. Shreveport, La., Mr. Nathan Forchei- been so suddenly called away, return- i
a mer, and Mr. Bewnie Forcheimer. ing Friday evening.
Mr. C. Gunter Elmore left Friday At night Mr. and Mrs. Cohen enter-
on a trip to Europe. tained at cards. MISS HALLMARK OF THE MOLINO
T -4- PHILADELPHIA PRESS. MOLINO
Mr. and' Mrs. T. C. Watson leave CAPT. AINSWORTH'S DANCE Miss Harrydell Hallmark, one of
shortly on a trip to Europe. FOR HIS DAUGHTER. the most prominent of successful
I Capt. George W. Ainsworth enter- Southern women journalists of whom Special to The Journal.
Mr. James C. Watson and two sis- trained a number of friends Thursday an interesting sketch was printed in Molino. July 22.-We are still hav-
ters have returned from a short to night with a dance in Catholic Knights the Friday morning Journal, is a niece ing showery weather and the farmers
Mobile. Hall in honor of his daughter Miss of Judge George Hallmark one of '?en- throughout the country have been
Anna Ainsworth and to celebrate'her sacola's most popular and prominent very busy planting sweet potato
Miss Ida daughter of Mr. and Mrs. sixteenth anniversary, residents. And of course, a first cous-'vines. Fodder pulling is next on the
1. B. Hilson of Tallahassee arrived Barrios excellent orchestra furnish- in of Judge,Hallmark's daughters, Miss famers' program.
Thursday night and is the guest of ed the music and the d'elicous supper Daisy Hallmark and her elder sisters! Mrs. Snowden, one of our nearby
Mrs. Clem Keir on Guillemarde street was served from a large table. Mrs. "Buddie" Oliver and Mrs. Frank neighbors, spent several days last
for a few weeks. Capt. Ainsworth's and Miss Anna's Ratcliffe and brothers Messrs. Harry week with her brother, Mr. Tom Bar-
guests were, Miss Verna McHugh, and Chaffee Hallmark of this city, rineau.
AN UNIQUE PEN OF Miss Sadie McHugh. Miss Blanche Mc- where she has numerous other relatives. Miss Talt spent Saturday and Sun-
LOCAL HISTORIC VALUE. Hugh, Miss Maggie McHugh, Miss Miss Harrydell Hallmark, when she day at Quintette visiting friends.
Mayor Chas. H. Buss has an Annie Walsh. Miss Louise Beibighau- 'lived in Pnsacola gave no,evidence ofI Miss Beatrice Stevens, of Quintette.
unique pen that is of more than ordl. rer, Miss Leola Fell. Miss FloridaZe- the brilliant. talent whlch has since came to Molino Monday morning on
nary local historic interest now on ex- lius, Miss Regina Chaffmn, Miss Con- slltihguished her, but was socially train No. 6 anr' did some shopping.!
hibition in the show window of Mr. stance Oldmixon, Miss Willa, Misw popular, and her many old friends and She accompanied Mrs. Barrineau back
Lindenstruth's store. Eva Gonzalez, Mr. and Mrs. Moreno numerous family connections wlil 'through the country. They had a
After the mayor signed the bond Shepherd, Mr. and Mrs. John Amos; unite in wishing her continued sicess pleasant drive on the hard road.
measure Wednesday night. some of And. Mr. Joe Santos, Mr. Gus Willa, in the newspaper field. Mr. James Daffn was a visitor here
the gentlemen present discovered that Mr. George Nunez. Mr. John Fell, Mr. ---- Sunday from Quintette.
he had used a peculiar looking pen John Rauscher Mr. Willie Bell, Mr. Mrs. H. 6. Lomers of Mobile. a Mrs. C. A. Barrineau and children.
holder which "looked like a big dark Alex Zellus. Mr. Willie King. Mr. friend of the family who came to at- of Quintette. spent Tuesday here the
quill, only different," and inquiry de- Gasque Suarez, Mr. Conny Chaffin, Mr tend the funeral of Mr. John White, guests of Mrs. Grimlar.
velope4 a pretty story of its origin. Barge Fell, Mr. John Seeley, Mr. Joe Icft Friday evening for home. Miss Mattie Crabtree and her little
which, together with the fact that the McHugh, Mr. Marcum Broughton. niece, Bernice, was in Molino Wednes-
mayor used it to sign th most impor- --- IMr. Vincent Giblin who came from day.
tant measure enacted in Pensacolas JOHNS9ON-RYDBERG Mobile to attend the funeral of hi; Mr. and Mrs. Diamond, of Chumuck-
municipal history, makes it of special WEDDING AND RECEPTION. brotherlnlaw Mr. John White, left for la, Fla., spent two days here the guests
interest to the public and renders it There was an interesting wedding home Friday evening, of Mrs. Diamond's brother, Mr. Mose
a valuable legacy tothe rising genera- Wednesday night in Muscogee Mission P'enton.
tion. This is its story: church when Mr. Robert Rydberg of Mrs. George Thomas of Nashville, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Proctor went te
As is well known, Mr. Bliss great- New York and Miss Abigail C. E. and Mrs. N. I). Thomas, of this city Roberts Stunrday evening to visit Mrs.
ly enjoys and frequently indulges in Johnson were united in marriage, Rev. are in Marianna this week the guests Proctor's father. Mrs. Proctor return-
outings accompanied by his family George W. Carpenter officiating at 8 of their relative, Mrs. J. T. Holden. ed Mon'day accompanied by her sister,
and several friends. On one of thee ('clock. Miss Murphy.
excursions up the sound prior to hlsi The bridal party entered to the inn- Mrs. Joseph B. Lasceter did not get Mr. Aden .lennings and daughters.
election as miyor of Pensacola, he sic of the wedding march played, by away last week. as her brother Mr. J. Misses Minnie and Ada, of Jennings,
returned to camp one day swinging a Miss Edna Wilkinson. -_-- .... came in early Tuesday morning to go
horse-shoe crab by the tail. The bride was extremely pretty in (Co'ntinued on Eleventh Page) to Bay Minette Ala.. to attend a picnic.
As one of the biggest and fln3st her bridal robe of white silk and wa: Mr. Willard Crabtrce joined the party
spreads of any number of similar ex- attended by a group of eight brie s- - ti this place. They returned Tuesday
tail," replied Mr. Bliss. "and when I'm maids all wearing white. i cvning after spending the day pleas-
impatient chorus of "Wbat on earthly The bridegroom had no men attend I aItly.
are youi going to do with that fellow?"' ants, which is in keeping with the A. A. Waterman's Mr. Tom Majors, the section fore-,
"Well. I'm only going to keep hls Ittest fad from New York, and enter- rn U luan here, is very sick. His father
tall. replied Mr. Bliss, "nd when I' ed with the minister. M rn" f came up thi morning from Olive a.,
elected mayor, the bond measure will, The ceremony at the church f-as I U I to nurse him (luring his iline:-:. Wei
be the most important step in the followed by a handsome reception a: Fillin Fountain Pen l/p" he will soon be well aaain.
city's hisory, and I'm going to have the residence of the bri''s" parents [ill1g 1 UU iI r There is no other sickness that we
p pen-holder made of this fellow's tail' 812 East Wright where many hand- oo now cf just now.
and with It sign the bona measure." rome presents were displayed. isavef timo, e~ :rn ino, "
And be did. MV. and Mrs. Rydberg are "at homi'' sves time, ef- m
The result is a handsomely silver- for the present with the bride's f inkwells an pens, and troat uff orle onthcrom mere
mounte'l holder, holding a heavy gold other Mr. J. T. Johnson. the pop-';'r Makes Wrifing 'ent -four housi." M. Gist, Haw ,-
point and bearing this inscription egneer on the & N. railway. PIeaau. ..c '"
beautifully engraved thereon: o r Pleas -
"Pensacola Improvement Bond. "LITTLE JOHNNIE'S CAMP." $2.50, $3.00. $3.50
July 19, 1S05. Friday night a party of young pleas AND UP TO $10.00. BR[NT
Charles H. Bliss. Mayor, ure seekers visited the Camp, which
The pen is on exhibition in Jewel;" was so thoughtfully named after tin
Lindenstruth's window for a few days well known young politiciana T---
and will well repay inspection. The Johnnnie Brosnaham. and was met by, COE'S BOOK STORE RrS ?ccial to The Jouna
holder is original, as the personality Campers with a fine fish ch.lr t, Brent. .ul- 22.O-ureekl- water
doubt the mayor, and there cant be stand fry which was prepare by Mr. 235 S, Palafox St. yes consisted of lisht showers on
doubt that In this instance at least rosnaham the Chef. Johnie says Sunda" evening an Monday morning.
"the horse-shoe brings luck' to the Bh "Don't mind making the chowder 123 Phone. i any ponds are still dry. and the
city and, Incidentally to its flnde-. but g. e whi, them boa rattle are bawling for longer dr!r.ks.i
ay ts measure increase as the days The young folks clam to have hbad Mrs. E. M. Stephens, with her daugh-'
go by, for both. pleasant time and enjoyed especially tr. Ruby flew out to Cloptonia on a
the music rendered by Messrs. Bud od un d-trip visit last no sbbathopkovets
A SWELL D)NNER IN Swayne and Ed. Walsh on the violin god. ,until midnight-but,, no stopovers


Goodness Knows the Goodness Shows

fn al oar low shoes for summer wear.
THEY ARE STYLISH AND UP-TO-DATE.
Like usual, our reputation for the put nin years tells
you we stand behind every sale.
No After Regrets Goes with Shoes You Buy From Us.



THE BOSTON SHOE STORE,
Phone 690, f7 S. Palafoz Street Pensacol




IF WE HAVE IT. I T I THE T.116.


RAW HAM IN JARS!
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SUCCED AND READY FOR THE FIRE!
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RUSSIAN CAVIAR, 25, 45 and 85c.


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nO, Men's Nepgigee Shirts, 50c kind, some worth more, 3 for $1.00,
or each........... ........ *................ *.......* 3 cents


1,000 yards Lawns and iPrints go on sale Mo
to 10 o'clock. 10 yards for .....


-r. Mpn'f N'zrlic Shirts. $1 00 kind, each..................... 9 cents yard Cotton Taf loo
,, dozen Mn Seamless Sox, fine 10c value. 2 pair tor......15 cents 1.000 yards "otton Tafeta," looks like Po
: dozen M.en. 'Web Seam" Drawers, 50c value, per pair..35 cent silk and drapes like silk, for Monday an
Some exce 'en" hargalns in Men's and Ladies' Low-Cat Shoes. All yard ................................
Children s low-Cut Shoes and Slippers at ACTUAL COST. All our 15 and 20c Voiles and Dimities, to c


On Tuesday: July 29, we wil have a rousing sale of Blaek Silks.
Uwek Silks will be offered at Seerl ee Prless, commenting at
Ogn Sturday, Jly 22, all 20, 2, 30 and 36e India Linen Lawns


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SPECIALIST
EYE. EAR NOSE AND THROAT.
Office 7i' 2 Palafox St.
Office Hours: 9 to 12 and 3 to 5.

PATTILLO CAMPBELL,
AttoraneytLaw.
Room 405 Thslemn building.

TOSi. PENLEY,
LAW. REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND
COLLECTIONS.
PALAFOX AND ROMAN.
PHONE 559.


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Money to Loan


Son Jewelry, Diamonds,
Watches, and valuables
of all kinds.
'nredeemed pledges always for sale at bargain prices.
Choice Line Cut Glass.
Watches and clocks repaired and work delivered when prom-
ised.
We have a safety vault especially constructed for our business
in which to keep all valuables.
Office, 106 E. Wright, in Briggs House.


J. P. STOKES Phcne
Attorneynd Comuclorat Law
06B Eet GoveM Ient Stret -
General Law Practice.
EORGE DOUVLLE CONSOLIDATED
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ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Room 4OC Thiesen B'd. Phone 7m .
DO. BOULTENr MAIN OWC&
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MODERN DENISTRY
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MODERATE PRICES
Offlm-Sou:hw e- crrn-r of Palafox PAUID CAPI
and In'endencia.
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Jackaomvli; the grocear branmez t the Gulf Naval Stores Ommpany.
PHONE 525. 1 ampa; Me grocery breach of the Go Naval Stores COmpany, o Peoas la;
S- the g r r brach ft the West Coast Naval Storme Company et Pesaeoola
S L tT ocery bract ai the Soathern Naval Stores Coapany. of syraamh.L
S will handwr everything In Heavy and Lght Groceries, Grain Domeetlt
DO tfL and Impo0 t Greooers, TUrpentine Tools, etc. State Agents for the WhM
io 8,e Hickry Turpm tne Wgem.
too 8, Brent Building. Phone, S&.


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July 30th to be ab-
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HOMEOPATHIST.
Oe : 'o. 7% S. Palafto, Blona
.1 Icur,--S:30 to 11 a. n., l
S10 North Palafox. Phone
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CYCLES REPAIRED.
CYCLES FOR RENT.
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I.':-ols Locks and Ur-
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f P H O N E 1133.

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The members of Fidelit:, Lodge, No. SpeciCottondale, to TJuly .-e Journal.v-
8, K. o ., are requested to meet at Cottodale, July .-We are ha-
their Cas tle Hall Sunday afternoon at ing the warmest weather of the sei-
3:30 o'clock to attend the funeral of son now.
our late brother. Edwar-i Dansby. Mr. W. T. Graves and family left
GLembers of sister lodges and visit- to-day for Enterprise, and Tennille,
Ing Knights are invited :o attend. Ala. They will spend several days
By order of visiting relatives.
F. E. BAYTIESS. C. C. Mr. H. C. Register is spending a
H. BE'LINGER, K. R. S. few day ln E scambia county.
S Transfer Company Mittle Lise left Thursday for their
SW pa y Woodman Circle, Oak Grove No. 4. home in ashville, Tenn., after spend.
A meeting of importance to every ng several days with relatives here.
member will be held on Thursday
ig and moving member will be held on Thursday Mr. BaUl of Graceville, was transact-
Sifternoon, July 27. at 4 p. m., K. of P. ing business in our town Friday.
f t f y u do n t hall. A full attendance of all mee- Rev. White will preach at the Bap-
S l I yo ss earnest. reque d. eist church Sunday and Sunday night
MRS.X. B.- ol IEN, Mr. T. R. Holliday and family left
,, iF |ll MRS. W. A. SMIT.H. Guardian. last Monday for St. Andrews Bay,
ve it all. Clerk. where they will spend several weeks.
Mr. Hugh Fellows left a few days
guarantee all .break* : I*****EI ago for Gainesville, Fla, where he will
g .ara e al* take a terry course in the Florida
TERSELY TOLD 0 Seminary,
BUSINESS LOCALS. Mr. Andrews made a business trip
S- to Mariana Friday.
verchargAes. i -:-* ---***-gro .. Mr. C. Welch returned Sunday from
vercharg a business trip to Pensacola.
SHendrix & Carpenter will furnish The peach crop is almost a failure
prompt. rtimates on building and painting in tbls section.
and give personal attention to work. Mr. Iaql Long of Marianna, is buy-
S a. E~~W2t E. Strong, and 824 East LaRua Ing quitl a let of pears from our farm-
Scompetent help. treet. ers, which he sct to ship.
Mr. C. Welch went over to Marian-'
McKinise Oerting & Co., wholesale na prdIhy.
,- m I -- and retail ship chandlers and grocers, Oa lht.Saturday the water was
I~ I M1 Pir n Pensacola. Fair prices to all. near he* several barrels of fish be-
I I U JI Il~ Ling cQfti. '. jTeople of Cotton-
Yw .p inferi saor paper, when, you dal ndtaA4 a h. country went -
ea hbuy Kelso Bond, French Dimity, out for ta day, tatag their dinner
lars or Orane's Bond at C. V. baskets at on 'loaves and
NE 978 I a. L-- of tne pinet"e
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SOCIETY

I ieih saCW .BullafrdV was called to Birmingham
on business a=k Mrs. Laseter will re- Lrw
main with their mother Mrs. Bullard How h
Monda. tntil he returns, to the pleasure of her jeopardy by fa
f riends.. frequently accom]
anything within s
Mies May Acosta of Mobile Is visit- too patent to adb
ing Miss Miss Frances Swaine.
CLOSED OUT Ms Willie Tiller has returned trom by name has
a visit to Miss ] sle White at Bagdad. muscles and ti
.B This liniment
B Mrs. I F. Saterfeld and children, and enabled to
Frank Lucile and Earle of Nashville, during ac ouchem
Tenn., are guests of her sister Mrs. D. normal propertiao
H. Klusmeler. faces, and is appi
hnday morning at 8:30 Ie the frind of
nday morning at 8:30 Mr. Lucius Roberts has retujed
.................25 cents from Cincinnati and other Ohio points.
ulara, Silk, feels like #
SS Miss Cecil Chlderson of Warring-
d Tuesday only, per ton who has been ill of malarial fever
.. ..............10 cet at the residence of her sister Mrs. G.
lose, per yard .. 10 cnts R Pou in this city, is improving rapid-
lose, per .... 10 c ly to the pleasure of her friends. YOU
Mr. J. S. Amos left Saturday noon
for New York to Join the dredge Offers
Everything In Caucus. Physical Cu
B230 a. m. Miss Regina Chaffn of Warrlngton $15,000 spent
is visiting her cousin Miss Annie AIns- Electric Lights
Will go at ISo. worth. Unsurpassed.
Mr. Sidney Kahn and bride arrived EXPENSES $2
Friday morning and are being delight-
fully entertained. They are at home Session c
EW I to their friends at Mr. and Mrs. I.
Hirschman's 32 East Gregory.
Miss Lula Aschaffenberger of New -
Orleans, the accomplished correspon-
dent of The Jewish Ledger, is visiting
'her aunt Mrs. I. Guggenheim. W A
SHon. C. L. Shine's many friends
trust that his visit to his parents in
Tallahassee may entirely restore his : HAVE OU1
health and enable him to speedily re-
turn. Down-Tow
Mrs. C. B. Rogers returned to her
home in Jacksonville, Pfter a week's WHERE
visit to her daughter, Mrs. R. F. Mitch. FOFPE PI
ell. TRIAL
E UNPACK
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Muldon and
-LL PICTUIURE wo children, Master James, Jr. and want
n f (Teddy), baby Ella and Mrs. Muldon's and want
(Continued from Ninth Page.) mother Mrs. Gonzalez, left Saturday orders.
night on a two or three months' out- S
ary E. and Herber Taylor write ing at Mt. Kineo, Me.
larks "
a EMrs. L, J. Reeves and daughter
ttie, Nannie and Edna Howse, de- Dorothy are visiting in li!oxi, Miss. Pensacola.
v special honor. Neither of the
Ladies is yet seven years ol, Mrs. William R. Johnson and son
.11 three write their own answers- blette, and Miss Margaret Johnson,
rather, print them-and each,
gh they do not live at the same have gone to spend the summer with 00
e write the first line thus: relatives in New Jersey and Massa-I
I anny man has brers so ded." (husetts
lia Bradaw's (LaGrange K Dr S. MalloryKennedy return
ct and beautifully written an-yesterdayfromNewOrleansndrGEeere
r came in an envelope bearing this y from New Orleans.
re~tlng postal transit record:
stpor, Ky., Julty r1, M." re Dr. Allman, who has been spending IS TH
ge, Ky., July 12, 5 P. M." "Louis- a few days on Bayou Gagnet returned
SKy., July 13, 9 i. m." "Pensa- yesterday. We have eve
July 14, 5 p. m. received."
oyd- Rice's correct answers to Miss lPerleyette Brown, who is now that the o
Puzzles 6f Jul3 9. postmarkedin oew Orleans vilsting her brother Standard Granu
alachlcola, July 13, 6(:30 a. m." and and iterinlaw Mr. and Mrs. J. C.nP
eived, Pensacola, July 13, 11 p. Brown and receiving many social at- 5 gallons Pure
did not reach the Journal till 12 tentions, will leave in a few days to Florida Syrup,
light, several hours too late, visit her sister Mrs. Laura Yearwool Best Patent flo
gh the time from Apalachicola to In Marshall, Tex. Pure Sugar Cur
office was certainly satisfactory. 2 cans Magnol
Letters and Comment. cMiss Mae Louise Miller is visiting Tennessee Butto
)ear Mr. Puzzle fditor.-I come friends In Tolono, Ill. Creamery Butt
my first answer to your puzzles. Tomatoes, 2 p
not yet in my teens, am small for Mr. Leo Davenport left yesterday One dozen Can
age and my people think I am noon for New York. He will return *
Ity smart and cunning. B. F. on the Caucus. These are
Irook, Box 112, Milton, Fla."
. S.-You can send that dollar by Mrs. Capt. Thomas Conabn and
SIt is cheaper than express." children are visiting friends and rela- ;
agree with your people. You may tives in Muscogee. 4
little, but 0, my!" That dollar ; 127I
to you via U. S. M. just as soon Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Kast are now Telepi
iur answer is the flri drawn from residing on North Davis one door
correct ones. south of Lee. *^* 0v) ^w
uzzle Editor. Dear Sir:-We are
Selma. Ala., and are visiting at Mr. M. Solomon and Mr. I. F. Solo-
same place, so we will send our mon of Montgomery, Joined Mrs. Sol-
rers together. We hope we won't omon and Mr. H. D. Solomon yester-
them thrown out and hope one or day. They are all the guests of Mr. O ld
rill get that 'Almighty Dollar.' and Mrs. B. M. Solomon at Edgemere
)ectfully, Rebecca Craig and Cottage on the bayshore.
r Lou Chisolm, 311 E. Gadsden,
The flavor of Blue Ribbon Lemon
ere you are, young ladies. Thrown and Vanilla is different from all other
indeed, when both are correct Lemon and Vanilla Extracts because
so nicely written. If you don't of the process by which they are
the alightt dollar" this time, made. Ask your grocer for Blue RI-
keep trying till you do. bon Lemon and Vanilla. Takes less.
Flavors perfectly. S
*hiness of the skin, horrible
uie. Most everybody afflicted in
way or another. Only one safe, COTTONDAL
r failing cure. Dean's Ointment.
ny drug store, 50 cents.


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served its purpose. Its memory
lingers and we love it for *hat
it did.

An Endowment'
Policy


will serve a noble purpose in
case of death. It may retrieve
a fortune, or keep those you
leave behind from degradation.
It's as good as a government
bond. Take one out while we
remind you.


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peane and follws the bearing of children? That we wouMi d
our power to obviate the possibility of sch an hppe is
Wit of questiqa; thereore&- mask well this fact anim
OTHER'S FRIEND
ee deised, whose function it is to prepare in dvau *e h
ae intimately associated with parturition.
it is for external application. By its use the purts awre ed
withstand not only the actual strain brought to bear the.A
meat, but also to rally from this ordeal and speedily regain t
as and tonicity. It is not irritating to the most sensitive s'-.
iabl to al cases It's not enough to call it Mother's Fried-
hew hole family. to.ao druggs. Book Moerhdood" bhe
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s FPll Courses for A. B., B. S., and B. L. Degrees.
Iture, Elocution and Music Our Specialties


this year in building and equipment. Steam Heat,
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Strong faculty of 10 Experienced Teachers.


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crything that others haveandeveryth in g
rther 9 an don't have, and at cut price s
lated Sugar, 16 pounds for.. .. ...... .... .$1.00
Georgia Cane Syrup ..................... 2.00
}eorgia Cane Syrup .... .......... .... 3.75
per gallon.. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. ......... 40
ur. 98 pound bags ................ .. ..... 2.90
red Sweet Hams, per pound ................ 12c
liM Milk.. ................... ......... 1.00
es, 10 pounds .... ............ ...... 2.20
er, per pound...... ............ ......... Zic
und Cans, per dozen.. ............ ...... 66c
is Corn.. .......... .... .......... .. 90
bed rock" cash prices. Come and see us
or phone your order,
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129, 131, 133 Rast Government Street,
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T'OS. W. BRENT, AssL Cashier.


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R. M. CARY, Vice-President.
THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF F
Directwor-L. J. Reeves, J. S. Reese, W. DeC.
W. A. D'Alenberte T. A. Jenni
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANkING BUSIN
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Wholeale and Retaii I sLr in
Steam Domestic, Anthracite c
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Ofice-No. 43 South P2iatsx street. Telep
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FIRST


-i. Congt. 6I; I O ag aGa te Rend |i
and rmsr olkted. I With still Greater Reds
e Dposits.I cls will place such price
__ The remarkable growth of a number IA I A
Of the cities of Florida ia due mainly:
tc the spirit of patriotism and lo, alty A
, JR.. V.-Pres. and Cash. of tneir citizens. In no state is this' A D
ERTS, Asa. Cashier. true to a greater extent than In Flor-
Ida. says the Jacksonville Timea-Un-' We must have shelf roc
ion. Every day at the lobbies of the ceived insti
various Jacksonville hotels the pratis.
es of the various ckies and towns and:
the various sections of the state are'
sung. EXT
At the Aragon hotel last night Live
S J f Oak had the floor and two or her in- '
S K fluential and enterprising citizens held
Sit with a great degree of efficiency,
aI praising their city and telling of Its
lip remarkable growth to a number ot S T0H
their friends from. vaiouu parts ot I
the state. For the enthusiast Live
Oak is an excellent subject. While
It, Wm. .L Knowles that city has not been n.aking much;
noise outside its own.sphere, it has
Irent been humming along the road of en-; S ee the S
terprise and development: as few towLj S ee the SI
and cities in the south have. It is a
s1ua0 8 T A SOLD fact gratifying to the ciiizens of that,
thriving city as well tsa to the state
of Florida that this growth has inB I will
dilbursed upon the Most realityy been reaiarkabi .. Today Live
STerms, and their e6b1. Oak s one of the largest and one of'
the very best towns in the interior of'
ikeonPayabe at Port of the state. She has as her resources
n Ten cays After Ve. one of the best agricultural and stock-i
m there, raising counties in the state, a prog-i
ressive citizenship, and added to all,
this are the Drews, that family of I
progressive Floridans who have done
ctioa witCh which so much to develop that part of the i
state, as well as other sections, an
use of Renters, who are still operating there on ian
extensive scale.
Mr. Johnson Enthusiastic. e
"We are growing rapidly," said Mr.
1it P ld on DO- Johnson last night. "Ia fact, I ven-
ture the assertion that Live Oak hsn
t per Annum. made the largest and the most sat-
isfactory growth of any city in the
Sye yearsago the populatioasna oo a NOTSHER TES'
state of Florida for the past five years, e
S'ive years ago the population, as near-
LTts. VTctpw T ly as I can remember, without a re:-
I|i MOrINO ArrT.CASH I erence to figures. was about 1,500.
,1 jBank Now we have a population of 6.000. FOR THE AVER
But it is not in Dopulation alone Cnhat
we have grown. We have added in-
cisitrial enterprises and our business
T. Welie l)progresi has been as remarkable as
L. Hilton Orsn. our growth in numbers. We have the
TRANSACTED. ieost farming lands in the interior of
the itate, and our farnmer3 are all pros-
p'-trous ond have the ame amspirit of en-
terp-riis and progress which has char-
Lcterlzedi the population of Live Oak. JackNro A
71@. MENEIiEE, Cashier. They are no t fre2k farmers, but they sArrested
Stheirt gn :-a, c"ps are plant d and Riding in e Secton of
I-O ,c( civated with a ~teit r daal of ca-e
NSACOLA. j alas,.-t. .o,, IoIvant ,s ge;. Street Car and Fun
Kessler, R. M. Cary, 'nr as stock is co;cc'-h'ed, we have ,-,
ings. : the be.', and Li\e Calb is a good mar- FaIllws.
TESS. keI for title e:a' o f rt o i tock. It is
7TFULLY SOLICITED. si l printing ) the .,:rcat sales ;f!
--- eS S SO* 'o- a \na ons" ug,7.;) and fr.inlng impl'- l:,e JacksonviVe Times-Union
ti nrts in Sru c wne co nty in te part jJul 20 says: When the next te
t\ ..earsh Tlhe s deen: .rates tni Of the Criminal Court convenes, Coi
Ipros)er it, of ,e fa-mea r to a greatlr Solicitor Bryan may have a ca
lt-ree. Allm them are well equi-P a- ainst a colored man charged w
C Go Rairoad ,violating the Avery street car law,
Good Railroad Facilities. arrest having been mad%3 yesterday
SIn addition to this we have the
hc-t railioda I f'ilitle.-; o! any town in'
0 OAL the interior of the s-tte. and Live Oak
hone. 93. 1is the center "or some of thea. In- Io~p YmavrWC.k n,1
Phon0 6. ;-'dlition to what we havr: row we a'et
ro-f)rdent that 'he new road from Live'i
(ak to Fernaoiina is to be built. I eJ
- undersan(d th.- contracts have beei
n:ade for gradirg and to: other work
in connection w'ith the bons:ruction of.i T h V erd ct
that line. The work of grading is a!- *
i reidy. inder way. and we a-ue l )oking
lor a spcoly construction of that roal. i
I- will i've usi a direct cnnection ti o
Aa dbtp water port and p-ove of great *
aoivantage to the city. Lve Oak lB
rot through growing, either. We are
Spushig the good work along." '
Capt. W. J. IIillnman also voluntec"--! O n
Ia fe.w ;niarks hby way of emphasiz;n,
r what b.ad been said by Mr. Johnso.i.i
SCaptain H:.llman moved ta Suwanno T
county many years ago. and has beehii
lmo.t a continuous resident of '!it%
city. He is at present a member of' -lb expressed in a
the city council of that city. and ,dy's
woing his part toward puMhing the city I most potent man-
to the front.
Praise From Captain Hillman. i ner as regards to
"We are not n!aking fake growth,"
Mr. Hillman added. "'ln fact, it;a Rea
Smnat;erial growth, and it is =.ie which *
1i0 ;t. is to continue. The .,isiness condi- t
1 tions of I.ive Oak are better than any RI fl
Town I know of. and traveling men tel jli
Sme that the Live Oak merchant is r--\:
liable, and that the accounts the-e &
ijd.monstrate that the business inter-
ests of our city are prosperods. I: i^ *ji"
a substantial and prosperous grow'th S
that we are making, and it is a r
tj growth which is sure to continue." T, t *l
One of the featurea of the growth The fact that we sell
I Live Oak has made during the pait;
Sfew years is to be noted in the charac-; \ nore of this brand
Steer of the public buildings the city and county have bull; there. Those than any other three
i who have had an eye on the capital
city o0 Suwanne county will agree with i sold by others in
what Messrs. Johnson and Hillman;


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STERLING SILVERWARE,
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WELRY,
BRONZES


GOODS,


Engraving and Fine Stationery.


Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.


E. 0. Zadek Jewelry Co.
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Kitchen Troubles and the Remedy


An error commonly made by home owners is in undcrestimat-ng
the necessity of proper sanitary equipment for the kitchen.

Only a few years ago it was considered good form :o encase
the sirn in wood thereby concealing the trap, making it i-.-
cessib!e and offering a place for the collection of fi:h and ver- .
If this condition exists in your household, examine into i: and
learn the true state of affairs.


a colored man who was riding in the'
white section of one of the cars on;
the North Jacksonville Street car Com-;
pany. j
The arrest was instigated by Attor-|
ney Douglas Wetmore for the purpose
of a tes: case. This is t:e second ar-.
rest on warrants sworn out before Jus-
:ice Willard, but in the other case the
County Solicitor threw :t out of court;
on the ground that th., Jacksonvidle
I;lectric Company was not complying
v.ith the law, the solicitor holding
that the law compelled thnc company to,
have screens or compartments forf
their cars, and that the mere designa-
tion of seats was not .-ifficient.
r But in this case tne street car com-,
for pany has screens attached to the back
of the seat next to the last seat of
each car which pulls up for about
two feet. The one seat thus partition-
ed off from the rest is designated for,
-Ahite passengers, this line being pat-!
ronized almost exclusively by colored
passengers.
Conductor Not Posted. I
of Yesterday acting under instructions
r of the attorney. Andrew Patterson, a
Colored man, took the seat reserved ,
frn- for the whites, and when the conduc-
it or ordered him to take the seats pro-
vided fto colored passenf-t-rs he refii-;-
a ed to do so. There was an amusing
Incident in connection with the arrest.
There are none but colored niotormen :
and conductors on this line. and the
s colored conductor was not p(rted as
to the agreement between the attor-
I.ey an.l the passenger. The condu -.i
tor is J. A. Mason. a wel; known col-
ored man of Jacksonville, who upon
l is e:casion was taking advantage of
tne law. which gave hii police pow-i
er;. It was the Ar.-t time since the
city went under the go\e.-nment pro
vi.led h; the famines i!,u.e. bill No. 4
That a a olorel Iman in Jacksonville
I. has had ;he power of police, and Ma-
Sson xused it. To make matters worse.
SParter'Aon was told to ride in the
white conipartment by the attorney.
and he ti:ought that he must stay
there under all hazards. The result
of the hlck of undlcr.;taninln all round,
was. there was a nmail conductor anl
a bellige(rtnt pass. i'n.'- on tile car.
The car stops in front of the office oc
J* justice Wilarl. ami the prisoner w.As.
;I delivered to the very dinor of justi,-e
S-.hile on the ca- and by the conduc-
tour.
Held Under Nominal Bond.
Justice Willard received the prison-
Ser, and ervedi the warrant, which hili
been prepared. against him. The war-
rant was read, and the case was s."'
for this morning at 11:30 o'clock.
Pat erson was put und-r a nominal
bond for his appearance in court.
case wa.; that the colore.l people along
:he route of tilhe car jee-ed Patterson
'or riding in the Jim Crow section. On
that line the colo-ed pasenge., be-
!eve that they have thl- best end ofl
the bargain. They regard that as ai
line for them and the fact that tie'
"poor white trash" has t, take a seat
in the rear, leads them to believe that i
the tables are reversed on this line'
in their favor. Naturaily, when they
-aw a man of their celir riding in the
Jim Crow section of th- car they call-;
ed hind down strong. Patterson had;
to explain all after his arrest, so as'
rot to be ostracized from Jackson-
ville's bon ton colored society, In
I arhich i(. conspicuously moves.
SIt is understood that if Justice Wil-
O1ard holds Patterson this- morning.
that his attorney will g, before Judge
Call on a writ of habeas corpus, an I
lead that the law is detective, and
That it i, also unconstitutional. The
i case will probably ga before Judge
Call this week.
SOni of Nature's remedies; cannot
harm the weakest constitution; never
fails to cure summer complaints of
S. or l~d. r. PFowler's tratI ot
lt j:YY.,


Do not lose s"-:,
of the fact :: : y
food ispr-ec :r
the kitchen and
arenils in :
is prepared -.
on the san":ar' a'-
rangeme:rs
cleanliness,
fare sdeguard.2--"
co'tamina -'
either fo- or


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LIVE OAK


Prominnt Citizens Tell of ts
Rapid Advance to Positio


SFOR DIARRHEA!
ACUTE OR CHRONIC.

Calais" i


said last night. It is a city with a Pns a tl hat
good record for the pas; and a bright ensa la tell wat
"~ Ifuture before it. It has a good found that verdict -
dation, and one upon which the cit!-; that verdict is. Only
zens of that place have been building
well. K)0 per bottle.
War Against Coeasmption.
All nations are endeavoriag to
check the ravages of consumption, the
".white plague" that claims so many
victims each year. Folcy's Honey and
Tar cures coughs and colds perfect-
vf ly and you are in no dangerr of con-
sumption. Do not risk your health
SOI ~b y taking some unknown preparation
When Poley's Honey.and Tar id safe
and certain in realts. Ask for
SFoley's Money ad
av-%9 IL. w. A.,t, r-_.

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THE AMERICAN NATIONAL. WNK
OF PENSACOLA, FLA
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
Capital Stock, S200,000 Svrplus, $40,000
Henry L. Covington, ... FJshee.
J. if. PIeiffer. A. M. AVfry,
Br:.an Dunwody, W. H. : Mita, Jr,
n R0. E. Maur ,
Frnk Reilly, ^ W. L Caiwtbon,
W. S. Rosasco, C. A. O'Neal,
T. F. McGonrin. Dr. W. J. Hanonah.
F. E. Brawner, Mckenzie Oentln
C. W. Lamar, Alex McGowln.


I for the immense stock now being purchased and.which is daily arriving,
:tions from Mr. Brawner to CUT IN TWO THE PRICES ON ALL LADIES'
SKIRTS and ALL SUMMER YARD GOODS. Lookout for


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RAORDINARY BARGAINS.
All goods will be laid out in the store and marked in plain figures.


BARGAINS IN


MEN'S SUITS AND PANTS


which I shall place in the show window.


irts on Sale.


Ladies' and Gent's Shoes.


See the window.

certainly lower the prices and cut them in two, as I
have been directed.


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'and Mid-Summer Sale at F. E.

rawner's will be Continued

Until August 5th,

actions, ani is now under my control during the absence of Mr. Brawner in New York. I
s on all Summer Gocds in this building which will more them in short order, especially in


ND GENT'S READY-MADE DEPARTMENTS.


Tonic


IS AN UNFAILING REMEDY.
CURES TEETHING, DIARRHOEA IN CHILDREN, DYSENTERY,
FLUX AND ALL BOWEL DISORDERS.
SOLD AT WHITE'S PHARMACY.
At wholesale by Mobile Drug Co., Mobile; Lewis A Co, Penmcola.&
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