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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 26, 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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Ltest Telegraphic News Service-Foreign and


The Associated Press
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PENSACOLA9 FLORIDA WEDNESDAY MORNING..JtTLY 26 v1905..


tIe JOURNAL'S Want AM p
is always read by nearly all t
people.


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PEACE JNEGUO A TIONS


WILL BE SUCCESSFUL


a, Komura Confident that Caricature Sketch of


Amicable Agreement Will
Be reached


IHE JAP DEMANDS


MIi Be Moderae But Indemity
Will Be Asked.

SENTI,-'NT N EOTH RUSSIA AND
,o !S FOR CESSATION 0 i
ES-GOSSIP AND CON-
.Lt-'LE RELATIVE TO MEET.
CI cF- ZAR AND EMPEROR
!AM.

E, Associated Pres.
\ .. ..--That Japan will
.. .ni ot Russia in the
,.acc and that the
.: ,d at an end at the
: negotiations at
-. N H.. next month is thei
SKnura, head of the'
.,. deieat on who arrived i
,. \o;c-,d L,. Aimar Sato.!
a -pokesman for the
ni.ision Mr. Sato in
Snih said:
1.i';i'n; thM '-eace will be
et:,_)tiated by the appoint-
Tn,. Japanese will be
:. ,,.'ration and no excessive
', Il made. but the senti-
pan and in Russia is for
ii thne inieri-&, of humanity
y thert must be peace.
-t to Japan. however, has
great. On !oth sides the
: has been fire hundred and
*usand, Russij looking three
:.1t se enty thousad o.
Swar has cost Japan a mil-
,ay. and there is a feel-
a,.niht to be an indem-


., ties of an
:at would
..,: question
. .nsider.
-! : cionn on
: : :. Japan
S.. ;aI., *' : i .,a' cuon-

CETING OF RULERS
WiLL MAKE FOR PEACE.


By Assoc ated Press.
S 2.,--ssip N W
:h :he re- IIU
",* .*, "w '.-;,I Eniperor
t % et E n i w ro r
S4- rn hof
in: ,. -h, lLicense Tags Hre Been
: l ) inl rma-
: , el Prean ed Than Dring Any
t* tS YU
S* **. * \ ,,.(Vt Preios Year.

': : ::: i ntld the
'"n:. ,:. v:a.i.icLafd i- that Dogs must be more valuable this
;I' :.. k- x', t', cor- 'ear than heretofore. This is shown
':'.., .'-' ,' a-;1' the by the number of licenses issued by
S *. was P re- City Comptroller Morgan since the law
: ... \ "i ~m- prohibiting dogs from running at large
S to upon the streets without tags, became
effective.
It is cither that dogs are more valu-
G t I FRD H) abie or else the dog catchers are more
Energetic than has been the case in
previous years but it is nevertheless
UPON O rF lCERS a fact that more licensee have been
issued this year than any year in the
history of the city.
The bools of Comptroller Morgan
S5>- -P THEM WERE MAKING show that 187 tags have been issued
Sso far this year. while the total last
L ON NORTH year was 140. This shows a big in-
T"r GONA STREET. crease. especially considering the fact
'that the season is not yet at an end.


" h--,lio werer mak-
o *: North Tara-
* -: r.'-..ei ear:y yes-
)!c*.rs Reevi and
':a:cn.? wa- that
iri upon iby one of
Spaced several of
*r ar:.-,;. ani Officer
Si..-.ni: one or two
'.a.i a brea, to get
-a'; the b:l- coats,
nuir,)es suddenly
'we shots a: him.
anIe danrerousiy
a 1a. The negro
% ha damage his
"nt a: a faster
:rack.
'"i. was arrested
S'.:. (if being the
S,'fficers.


Richard Watson Gilder


Mr. Ricbar4 Wm ider the e, irerot hv
Jeannette Ohier, bl iw.., is Z i"erC L.


FUNERAL OF THE


LATE DNIEL


LAMONT


Ex-President and Mrs. Cleveland
Will Attend Ceremony To-day.
Interment at Woodlawn,
New York City.

By Associated Press.
Poughkepsie, N. Y., July 25.-For-
mer President and Mrs. Cleveland ar-
rived to-day at Millbrook from a sum-
mer hotel at North Sandwich, N. H.,
anu' were taken immediately to Alta-
mont, the home of the late Daniel La-
mont, where they will remain until
after the funeral to-morrow.
The funeral will be simple and quiet.
A special train will take the body and
party to Woodlawn cemetery. New
York City. where interment will be
made in the afternoon.


and it is possible that at least two hun-
dred tags will be issued. NEW AILROAD
A large number of dogs, which re-
ntained the required time in the pound, rir'k rrlTTh1r MA 1


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ave been electrocuted. iVUK U I I UIN ALL

OOK!ES PULLEDSpecial t The Journal.
STottondale, July 25.-On last Satur-
AT DELMAR TRACK day, July the 22nd, the Enterprise
citizens of Cottondale for a new
By Asoci ate Pres. railroad, the said line to run
St. Louis, July 25.-ThN pollee wat- from Dothan, Ala., to some deep water
until after the second race was run r h
fo-e entering Delmar race track this harbor on the gulf coast. The railroad
teni- and then marched In. They was represented by Col. B. G. Frav-
im.'da ttiv placed eleven men under nwer, its attorney, and P. J. Domner, gen-
-res! on warrants, charging violalton o-ral superintendent. The contract was
rhe pool selling law. About fifty duly signed, sealed and delivered, and
icers took the arrested men away, the people feel much gratified to know
bile about the same number re that in the near future they are to
ained. have a northern outlet. This road isr
to be a first-class road in every respect'
and is being built to be one of the'
Snfdbnt est and fastest lines in the south.!
confident !IL will be completed April 15, 1906.
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TEXAS OIL Ut,



PRACTICE LY



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Oil that Remains in Tank Wil
Surn Itself Out Before
Morning.


CHARRED BO DIES


Of Eight Persons Have Been Fund
and Search Continues.

ANOTHER TANK IN S*R LAKE
DISTRICT FIRED BY L*hITNING,
AND 100,000 BARRELS F OIL
WILL BE TOTAL L(SS-10 TO 18
FATALITIES.

By Associated Press.
Houston, July 25.-The fre in the
Texas Co.'s tanks at Humble was prac.
tically extinguished to-night. There is
still at bit of oil in the bottom of the
eleventh tank, but it is thought this
will be burned out before morning.
The charred remains of eight persons
have been found and the search still
continues.
ANOTHER FIRE IN THE
SOUR LAKE DISTRICT.
Beaumont, July 25.-The loss suf-
fered by the Texas Company at Humble
by the burning of approximately two
and a half million barrels of oil was
further augmented this aftemoon at
Sour lAke, where light rn I truck a
tank containing one hundred tt dsa
barrels, all of which will be a total
loss.
The fire is still burning but the dan-
gei of its spreading has beer obviated
by the isolation of the *wo tanks
struck.


TEN BODIES HAVE
BEEN RECOVERED.
By Associated Press.
Houston, Texas. July 25-The Hum-
ble.oil fire was still burning to-day, but
is confined to an area ol one hundred
acres ,which will burn out in the next
twelve hours. The loss is estimated
at eight hundred and flfiy-sevon thou.
sand dollars. Two an i one-half mil-
lion barrels of oil were (lestryed and
ten earthen tanks extensively dam-
aged. Ten bodies have been recov-
ered and it is believe more will ue
found in the ruins. The estimates of
fatalities varies from ten to eighteen,
all negroes.

COTTON ACREAGE

ESTIMATE TO-DAY

By Associated Press.
Washington. July 25.-It was an-
nounced at the Department of Agri-
culture to-day that the revised esti-
n.ate of the cotton acreage planted
this year. compared with that of last
year will probably be maue and given
to the public at noon tomorrow.


BASEBALL
July 25


By Associated Press.


Southern League.
Atlanta 2, New Orleans 4.
Birmingham 1, Shreveport 2, (eleven
innings. )
Montgomery 8 Little Rock 1.
Nashville 11, Memphis 4.


South Atlantic League.
Augusta 1. Savannah 0.
Macon 5, Columbia 2.
Charleston 3, Jacksonville 0.
American League.
Cleveland 0. Washington 9.
Chicago 2. Philiadelphia 8.
St. Louis 4, New York 10.
National League.
Boston 0. Pit:sburg 7.
New York 7. Cincinnati 2.
Philadelphia 1 Chicago 2.
Brooklyn 3. St. Louis 4.


NO CHANGE IN THE

FEVER SITUATION



DR. J. Y. PORTER


WILL BE HERE


TO-NIGHT


Additional Instuctions Have Is-
sued, and All Passengers
from New Orleans Will
Be Stopped.

Dr. Joseph Y. Porter, state health
officer of Florida, and also at the head
of the Marine Hospital Service of the
state, is expected to reach (Pensacola
from Key West to-night. His mission
to the city is to get in touch with what
is transpiring in New Orleans, rela-
tive to yellow fever, and to become ac-
quainted with the work that is being
done by the city authorities in clean-
ing up the city.
Dr. Porter was in Key West when
he frst received information regarding
the fever being in New Orleans, and
-,Un nek eam 5-UiULina wt on


Two More Deaths Reported in New
Orleans-Twenty Cases
Under Treatment.

ALL CASES PROMPTLY REPORTED
AND PROSPECTS OF RESTRICT-


ING DISEASE


CONSIDERED


BRIGHT-YELLOW FEVER ON
THE ISTHMUS OF PANAMA.

By Associated Press.
New Orleans, July 25.-There has
been no material change in the fever
situation to-day, but two more u'eaths
have been reported. There is no abso-
lute record of the number of cases
under treatment at the present time,
but the number is believed to be
about twenty.
Physicians are reporting promptly
all cases of fever and immediate steps
are taken to prevent mosquito infec-
tion, so the prospects for restricting
the disease are considered bright.
The emergency hospital on Dumaine
street was equipped to-day and placed
in charge of Hamilton P. Jones, who
had charge of the isolation hospital in
1897.
The advisory board of the city
board of health began active work to-
day ano' will have immediate charge
of the work of ferreting out new foci
of infection and carrying on the work
of sanitation.


when ne became acquaintLe witl cuon-
ditions, started for Pensacola. He will YELLOW FEVER ON
reach Jacksonville this morning, and ISTHMUS OF PANAMA.
will leave immediately for this city,
arriving at 10:50 to-night, if he makes Washington, July 25.-The Panama
all connections. canal commission to-day received a
Dr. W. E. Anderson, representative cablegram from Colon reporting that
of the State Board of Health in this Thomas Scahill, an American non-
city, has received additional instruc- cmploye, was taken sick with yellow
tons regarding the quarantine against fEver at Colon on July 17 and William
New Orleans. At first the quarantine Carter, an American, and George
was only against that section of the, Peters, a Swede, both employes of the
city known as the Italian quarter, itsteamer Seguranca, were attacked' with
being claimed by the Louisiana State the disease July 20.
asrd of Health as well as the city
authorities, that the yellow fever was
coined to that section. It has been
learned, however that such is not the
case, and now a quarantine is on |
against the entire city, and no person'W ILL S
or baggage can be passed through
Flomaton.
It was stated upon the streets last
night that all classes of goods had
been refused by the Louisville an d M AY 01 TIll
Nashville out of New Orleans, and
that no shipments would be taken
until the quarantine had been removed.
Dr. Ana'erson has received tele-
,grams from Dr. 'Porter authorizing
him to employ any necessary help
that he might need at Flomation, in
order to maintain a strict quarantine. Possible that Attorneys Will Ask
and such has been done. Cars con-
taining fruit will be fumigated before for a Change of Venue When
being allowed to come into the city.
A ECase Comes Up.
THE EAST END I-
From present indications it looks as
GOSPEL MEETINGS though an effort will be made to get
a change of venue in the case of Wm.
F Williams. At least it is stated that


Attorneys. who have been secured to
THIRTY-THREE NEW MEMBERS represent the defendant, will make an
(Tffort to this end and will also fight
HAVE BEEN ENROLLED DUR- any special term of the circuit court or
any effort to have a speedy trial.
ING PAST FEW WEEKS. Attorneys have been employed by
relatives of Williams and they will
represent him when the case comes up
The East End gospel meetings have for trial. Their first fight will be to
been a decided success. The interest get a change of venue, and it is prob-
has grown from the beginning and Sun- able that if a change is granted one
day night was a great meeting. Mon- of the nearby counties will be chosen.
day night dia' not fall behind it. The Williams is seemingly contented in
children's meeting Tuesday afternoon Jail, and reads everything pertaining
was a good one. Rev. W. T. Wagner to his case with interest. He is visit-
has had the ear of the people and his ed each day by relatives, who furnish
faithful preaching has been a benedic- him with his meals, and is apparently
tion. He will ever be remembered in in good spirits. He has not been ill
Pensacola. Ito any extent, the only thing being
The meeting are coming to a close.'that he becomes restless occasionally
Fifteen persons have offered for bap- from being confined' in a cell with no
tism, which will be administered in one with whom to converse.
the bay at Wright's mill Sunday after-
noon at 3:30 o'clock. The church has UNDL R A DRR ST IN
now enrolled thirty-three new mem- UL A I
bers.


G IB KILLING AT


NATIVE TOWN


By Associated Press.
BRIGHTON RACES Cleveland, July 25.-After living for
thirty-one years in the United States
August Pfaff, a well known resident of
By Associated Press. this city has been arrested by the
New York, July 25.-One of the big- German authorities while on a visit
gest killings of the year occurred at to his native town of Haeeking, Ger-
Brighton Beach to-day in the last race, many. The information came in a let-
when Huntington came home an easy ter to his son. The letter stated he
winner. Huntington opened up at 8 had been in Jail two weeks and would
to 1 but mdhey began pouring into probably remain in prison for some
the ring until the price fell to 2 to 1 time, although he hoped eventually to
and while the horses were at the post be released upon the payment of a
commissioners continued the bet- fine.
ting on him. It is estimated that at
least $50,000 was taken out of the
ring on the Huntington victory. M itchell Sentenc


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MOTHER SHOT


ACCIDENTALLY


BY DAUGHTER


Mrs. J. E. Potter, of Milton, Mis-
taken for Burglar and Badly
Injured.


BALL ENTERED HIP


Struck Bone and Glanced, Com-
ing Out Near Centerof Stomach.

OPERATION SUCCESSFULLY PER-
FORMED UPON INJURED WO.
MAN WHO IT IS BELIEVED, WILL
RECOVER-MANY HOUSES HAVE
BEEN ENTERED RECENTLY.

Special to The Journal.
Milton, July 25.-What came near
being a deplorable tragedy occurred
in our city last night between eleven
and twelve o'clock, when Mrs. Ernesc
Amos accidentally shot her mother ,
Mrs. J. E. Potter.
The windows of-the Potter residence
had been left up on account of the
sultriness of the weather, and during
the evening a severe thunder storm
came up. Mrs. Amos, who resides
with her mother, was sleeping in a
room across the hail. Mrs. Potter
arose and entered her daughter room
with the intention of closing the win-
dows. In closing the ore nearest the
bed tne noise aroused Mrs. Amos, who
indlibinctly seeing a form, and think-
ing a burglar was in her room, fired
at ft. The ball entered Mrs. Potter's
left side, striking the hip bone, glanced
off and came out near the center of
the stomach, without entering the ab-
donDmal cavity and was imbedded in
the window bfltd.
Drs. H. E. Eldridge and C. B. Mc-
Kinnon were at once summoned, and
Dr. H. T. Inge, of the Inge-Bondurant
Sanitarium, Mobile, came In on a spe-
c!al train. An operation was perform-
ed at 7 o'clock and at this writing Mrs.
Potter is resting easy and the chances
for recovery are good.
There have been a great many en-
trances of dwellings herr, lately, which
makes every one suspicious of any
noise heard at night, and every one is
prepared for burglars; hence this de-
plorable accident.
Mrs. Amos was formerly Miss Elinor
Potter. Ot one time she was em-
ployed upon the staff of the Daily
News and has many friends in Pensa-
cola.
COL. MANN WOULD PUT
GUILTY ONES IN JAIL.
New York July 25.--Col. W. D.
Mann, principal owner of Town Topics,
was a passenger on the liner Zealan',
which arrived last night from Ouro-
vpan ports. Colonel Mann was asked
concerning the district attorney's in-
vestigation of the publication known
as Fads and fancies. He said:
"If any Town Topics men have been
guilty of blackmail. I hope they will
ail go to Jail, and I'll help to put them
there."
The Colonel would not make any
statement abott Justice Duel's con-


nection with Fads and Fancies or with
Town Topics.
BARON ROSEN TO AWAIT
ARRIVAL OF M. WITTLE
By Associated Press.
Manchester, Mass., July 25.-Bare
Rosen, the Russian ambassador, ex-
pects to leave here for New York
Friday and will await there the ar-
rival of M. Witte and the remainder of
the Russian mission. The ambassador
Is anxious to have a conference with
his conferee as soon as possible about
the negotiations, as the InrtructUons r
both plenipotentiaries were placed by
the emperor in M. Witte's hands. Be-
yond the general instructions t
Russia has appointed delegates to di,.
cuss with Japan's delegates means for
ending the war, few details about thl
conference have been communicated
here from St. Petersburg.
Dr. P. D. Pollock Dead.
Macon, Ga., July 25.-Dr. P. D. 9h
lock, for many years president of Mew
cer University, is dead at Monroe, Ga.
Hc resigned the presidency this yer
because of failing health.


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of Ultimately Being Freed'

L Assc:cated Press. lawyer who is conflaed in the death
-* Notice of a stay house at Sing Sing prison.
: a, the order Patrick laughed when the noce was
( Hricn yesterday given him and said: 1I knew it woulli
T Patrick. unde.* come: it is only what I expected." He
:oi- 'he murder of expressed coadeace tfat IB a short
..'....:r. Wiliam M. Rie, time he would aewre a new trial adj
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By Associated Pres to-day to pay a ine of one thoueas
Portland, Ore., July 25.-.Unlted dollar and spend six mouths in pea
States Senator Mitchell, convicted of servitude.
Pending a review of the ow th
using his oMfe as senator td farther seateace wlB be deterred. In th
the law practice of th ll of Mitehell meantime Mtebell wll be Ipla,,t 4
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among the prettiest of fads, for their
vogue amounts reaHy to a fad in their
later development. Their career Is cer-
tllye hor%, eren abbreviated. for they
seldom reach the walstille, and more
often atop sort several Inches of this
tark. The fronts are open to display
the uffmae of the lingerie waist that
really carries all before It In the field of
tashlos, with Just a few little stitcbed
straps at linen ot btid or embroidery
cat ht *cros the chest t fr atena and
an oaep paoda sleeve that is the cooltt
thgli Itaaitblae kEmbroideryr braidiln
had cnt work are the favored deerMatto


New Shirtwists.
Iote Wa m hiMtwafst are rllyt mate
alitb ttho tyle t1 a doobablre-b wnMat-
eoat with eleees rather than the blouse
that we tae been accustomed to. The
Ia(rtmf alolt-baued with a turndown col-
lar and lapels, after te fashion of a man's
0at, and the V ace is filled nl with a
tueked elemismtt The ftatestRg i effect-
ed ito dabl-btea a styla with lrge peal
hIitIL had beoe are twe poCWb rather
lew da" nad the ( e -- a the r le M
breast. Te dleit to this nl pllire
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The girl who has any trifle of talent
with the brush and water colors Is doubt-
less planning all sort of exquislte band-
painted effects foh beel i i these days,
when Artilts t repute In lParis and elseb
where on the Contitent are eagerly sd
eeptin oilers for ball gowns, dinner
gowns, and evs for wedding gowns, to
be painted after some special designs. and
s ofteh as not signed boldly by the
artist
We O the Western World hare wot to
think that these Ideas are more or WOe
new ad e4tirelr our own. Out in India
there are robes In theb enamsa wardrobes
that would make evrn the wealthiest and
most extravagant European stare-stare
in wide-yed estenlshmet-at the es-
quislte Jatinstl done upon velvets, upon
allt f tetf hat st talytite In Its
fueness, upon those famous India gauzes
that are worth their weight tn gold when
they are plain and undecorated'and which
when all this marvelous painting and em-
broidery it added become of simply price-
leas value.
The art of dress decoratlok with the
brush is an old one with the high-class
atives of India; and mall of the ative
prlace peame rbes t anM worn only
upon state occalsm tI whicb painting.
-mh a s e m wIM to a lab~ses


amount lae lailshed upon the scheme of
decoration.
The painted fan has always been recog-
nized as *wat one might well tell a
legitimate extravaganle. The fan, from
the days of Watteau and his equally fa-
mons contemporaries and followers, has
been balled as an accessory of dress
where this xtravaganco was not only
possible, but even commendable. To
have a fan signed by some well-known ar-
tist Is the ambition of all tbe leading
mondnines of European soclety-a fad
that the American womna of wealth who
models herself upon accepted European
ideas quickly follows. The etqdltite
scenes and decorations that Wattent and
his school delgoed have been the standard
tor all those who have followed after;
add lnstaices are not lacking where a
genuine Watteau mount has fetched 'a
sam maay Utme Its original cost to the
after years. 8e that the society dame
who committed the original extrfvrance
of a fan by this famous artist left et
posterity a possession whose yvaae In-
cteaaed with inb h tuag year.
However, to coamedown to the painted
psem nal s ot f MeM preset day.-
pawated d treea .retTved this
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and the days when she dictated fashions
for the whole continent-not only for the
Frenchb, but for all Europe and America,
too, for that matter.
The painted parasol b Ihas fure vari-
ously during the summer, and tbhe ld-l
nations are that Its way will hold god
for everl seasons more. At qhlte a
number of fashionable weddlngs this sum.
mer the bride' presents to ber atted-
snts has taken this form, ad an msore
than one instance they were the work o
her own fair fingers.
One bride even went farthet sad palat-
ed both th goCwna ad parotl to matelh
The gowas were nl the double eittfon.
the one that is so often miscalled chiffou
cloth (a term that really belongs to a fe
Matl-aleahed broadtloth),h ad wer alte
nately pale pink and white. The later
were painted with long sprays of Amert-
can Beauty rows, the deep, rich coloring
of this favorite showitn up excelleatly
against the faint pink background ; whble
the white gowns were decorated with el.
kw- fns ess a.-d the parasol la each
Insticte Were to match.
efleH so a gan o-and =lallst it.
variably ot whit roandn 9.-*m sL4 ,
todosal g '^ aiSB


signs. and o may I tates the peael

sla sm an th atl have iu ia imya


Mars. Thsme paet ye teeod e fm
either % easot or to at" of t he eS
mad one foe tr tewl yS enseadt
The Cre Mpse o amuOrd
-d ona gown Is frl f Whih the w
toerlal In a PlowkSps laem m-ea
Sover F tClo c af. T etohert .tras et
ple ta"elofit pnds from the s
should Cgd tblqA i a toa In I tdal
of vloldIwite y btter
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For the Warm Days


Sheer Frocks that are Cool to
Look At.


LThe IRee Plewer" Gows.
Tbereo s qalte a vogue for the t -a .MF.
terlas this smmer-lawnas or=,l
jnalla, pumettIs sad the Blke-r1' ..4
with large spray of flower that ,!pray
all thb let that old Dame Naire It.
tended that they should do in tte rol
blssoma of the field o the iardT i. w
sekl pattern s the beer batiste of Fron.
make. with large sprays of pink wm
rosebode and the natural green of r t
foliage thrown at random oaer a rwmy
white groaod. There it a collsrlipn T '
fashiond of rws of narrow Vale r-'m n
entre-dent whipped together to form a
round pattern: and to thil the blonmw *
applied with tiny pinched tucks; a donh t
ruffle trimmed and edged with lace for-n
l a bertbe. The sleeve it a double p-"
wtb rueo en site with :be herthe d*
sitn: and both yoke and sleves are rn-
lined. There Is a booed eernture e broel.
pink amtin ribbon, with a deep Herli
Des buckle in the front, and a abort
sash with many loopI and ends peudart
in the beek. The skirt Is birred a I
around to the belt, Just four rows of
stitcbing to bold the material at ov-r
the lips. Twd deep flounwce eaeb bchbe
and edged wth lace, occpy the p'*
froa above th knee to the oea, the In *
being wblpped on extra full at each edge
Handl-plntd ow sand Parsewl

The erase for haadptonted efct is I r.
that increases daily, and we e Is-1
painted ball gowns, dinner gownq -,i
even afternoon froeks ae so a',lr-
The pkiture displays a hadsoime parsnd
with a huge spray ofr a France rp.e
and foliage occupyfg te greater part f
three panels, and aintle blossoms st.
tered at random over the remanllog n--
tfons Of the sunshade. The fror- Is 1nt
of those examples e es qellte slmatl.-.
whose coat Is la Invers ratio to It er-
pesrance. The material IS the sbhep.r
of handkerchblef lla, fane as a p':'r
web, with bandru tukL and lu-Pr:.,m
of real Valelenne~o@ all wblppld In y
band. There is a simple little blmu.e w.'
a short sleee, aRd a Igrdle of silk r' ,
fastening li front wttb a ribbon mretts.
The skirt to blrmid at the watt. and ,1.
plays the headrt tucks and reml .a,
insertions, and along the lower pirt -j
the bounce lonag spay of la Franr-,
roses are patnted It ain of the tfiria
tlnt, a nrop eo tucks making a r a
funob at the hem.
Limne oad the Tallos-made WaM.
Tbhero I n let-up or wane hi t'e 'r-
of IInen for summer wear, and Fe'e dtal-
tier concerts than we bad Imaglre- bereto
fore are being daily displayed. The *i-
ample is one of those very frint C-9
lines that are weves with a twistel war?
that gdvef them a glistenalg svrfare al-
most ke silk. The little cost Is of t
bolero perUasion. cut-out work and trald
lag being eleverly eeidaed to form r~"
and attractive pattern. fbort In tbh* 2
the fronts dip down a trifle withrb ro:
corners, and tree Itttle straps acr-- '*
cheat supply all the fastenlan ttat I
deemed necessary. The sleee Iis wrrr:
en suite with the coat, and is of tth :!;*
and open pagoda pattern, which mne for
coolness on warm days. The skirt c I
box pleat occupytng the enttre front E
while the sides are cirmclar to at,,- "'*
knee, where a deep onsee with r' l *:
pleats is added. The back mn.tib. -A
front, a broad and unbroken bu t pl1t
running from waist to bem.
Sheer Or aile Frock.
Tiese this and tronsparent mw"' "*
are fot only cool to wenr In t or;'
surely warm days, but they are ilk-
good to look st. with all of thelr it-t`-
tfe fetel of fashion cleverrI !ny l -
porated. The model repres-ta to n ,'
eelltt ftre th eonolhlaatloo of s'W
plielty and sanrtneo wblh I *!''4.--;
of the foeks the summer t"l:. Tr
bloMe@ has a ta3lted yoke of 'iOtn !
mad tlh fell peI sleeves are ltl!"w:
A flrm feetherhoned lnn1l 1 4
White low serves to bold th)* fit'Pc 5
la 5atet bkle ,1 ed bebe rib'o l.
mounted u"poa a m tbwe hoIoe)l a-'?j
that lae i Ute frnt. The sklrt Is IFt'd
to the baad, and tL tucks rlrenl oJre
the enrve at the b to form :! '*"
t mlal e a O OIPi of tnwks n' ernr*
tsa s ratoaor e ltre de_, ',)nI t"
*Un art a -tete *alsb ter a ntars' I
1111111M a I od* Satohiisposd inTh*da 5t
ta ldobL toe ddge rufe at the bU.a
h s rt 3 s ha-erie oiode.
Inteat exmpiw of t stra _T I 1",
the moae. etet tn top:fs "'. .
lb* rict r aws llcm fltll V "--
lti er ct bet sad I()fnt. a.
ave for th U of f',y rl17
that merehy rrve-- obow up t' _^
see of t- tboe C better Illrrntsr"
Th-e embroldery. Into a clever of reat-O blid mnied work .l op"
Ettatwl *Ieyto. sa dispoed In "1"it
UneS from the holder, and at IIt'1
device ts the threading of r'"o0 'na1e
that rts fre the faatbhrbonrl .'1 t
tetom tha mee aof the eh, n -"*
t a mart bow apoo the .,
S, skit im altogether r of tE .ea-
irny en b atte, the top i-d r
tiny pchti d tacs an twro fl" i,
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T ilE iI.MLT frocks of the nmidmm-
mer faatloMs display some Styles
that are pecullarly their own, und
fetcuig, ludeed, ar the displays
that are made upon summer plaza by
Seabore and maountal-asde.
The appearance as well a the reality
of coolness. is well studied ot II these:
ad all 0o the favored materials are beer
sad ilay to transparency. And, loncl
dentally, one of the prettiest fashions
that have appeared In many toona is tihe
se of tinted slpIt or founodatons worn
beneath tbhoe ame tronsparent and
Itamr rocks, u:St a ltIlmmerlng, a vague
eating of color being what tI desired,
and the outer material must be cleverly
handled so that this desirable effect s
the one attained.
MLae It based altmot by tbe mile in
these frocts, and It it wbipped on oy
lhad or applied by machine, according to
the character of the gown and the class
of work with which It Is trimmed.
Some exqusltte examples of the Ilnerle
lmaod there are that are all. every tlitcb
or tbi., made by hand: and Il these the
lw is quite s often as not of the real
web, the Valeucadenes wenve being csp
ctally faorel for this use. There is
quite a fad for the mlugling of several
laces on the ote gofl. The Valenciennes
*nd kindred weaver are tned for the
tall parts of the design; and Irish
Crochet is mightily in favor for broad
and consplcuous touches. Maltese lace,
too, shares in the fad for real laces; bnt
ae this side St the water it ls seldom
eela is ay but Imported gowns, for the
oupply to s small that even a modest
demand for it exhausts the msock tery
i-fos. The native workets of Malt mnke
the best etamples and although the
ivlltai peastat p ut torth many yards
annually It cthnot begln to compare with
fte native Maltese designs.
Tie sets, both plain and printed, or
the cotton ttlfe, as they are often re-
tted to, and enthestiestc areptale lt
this late summer mode. They show ap
to ees llent advantage every sngle stitch
f elaboration that may be pent upon
them. Here the Imitatioa rather thaei
the real laes rtue, ao that oe mtay get
up a very attractive design, ldeed fort
a gratifytingy small es, comparatively
speaking.
albbeoo rteig p sU apon all of the
Summer igow T Iappear In bows
that descend ilk*e a ack of butterflies all
over the dPftl. Bt bws and little
I*oa; bows with ISttering ends and
bows that an finished stiff and square,
eows for the tolftear, tot the corsae,
eta Of bow for taboulder and slete v
kana; battle ladder e bow that wend
ther way up the Side ao the skirt; bowe
tat amoM to tie the skirt paIc-t toIether
r a pleatedor or a ruedl r lred naset.
Ia tact tht to s eplyo and or limit
to the bow that are poo the favored
trees t the amnsmr tsime. ad one
martsa- et te tMa e~otl of the do.
IaSinee w lmet sew bows a new
phte ft pst in them witht almost ver
new medl gown that ins Oedesed
OUp the gownu of aowred organIdte
anl m-i they are espect1y petty. lWitb
te *etom fa o may od-ttae ftsilous
tf 4d4-m deae nlapra a in limp,
teatsue. oIAg 0 esys of rnoes aft of
tie natural tUnt of bi4s and foliage
are mew at random over t he marfe.
bsesa of ly-of-te-valley, modet-
mtog li Uttllio ats", daty dasoes and
rlyh t tok into ae nme of te t
alg dat af moli tto mil frlly hem
Wf musk to Mand mury nte ta"

hT rt Oe Ot lines so far from deerr-
M aM tS ato aftew I aftd ew te1r
wit almost every day that goes by. The
white noeos are still to the ry fieat
rak of asiton. but the delicate olartlp
that are an expresio of the later mode
M r. Whlto*wwtw i s to b ea"
ve lly becoming, many there be to
whsm colesn are fr more hattertg The
deleato tams of r se nk a LPalo water
L' t -iennato t helto lta r k
*wfO SItISi d I -w- ftk9 a-
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WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY .10 I t


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" II WSTL ICLENIING UP IS

e iasl to The Jeurall
cWe F5.-AP OGRESSINy 25-A pro-
YUR C L0 W traced meettag has been goingon at RS I
the Presbyterian Church, and there ;l
has been some good preaching.
Mr. J. L. Jackson of Vernon, was in
town one day last week. .
AT H1 L Rev. Diel A. Simmons returned NICELY
from the bay country one day last
week.
ee R.Q Baker was i town one Every bottle of Schlitz beer is sterilized after
day last week. And City Authuibes Are Well
p. r.-uaded to give Hon. John C. Hood. who lives above
lT- Clothing to out- here, is in town to-day.
'10.." to out- o Pleased Wrigth e Wtt it is sealed.
We have been having nice rat here sealed.
,, ;who only come of late, which make the air cool. Being Dune-
11 j w] they want an Mr. Hill Brown passed through here
Saturday route to Bofay. The process takes nty minutes; the
Hon. H. E. Hickman came in from The work of cleaning up the cityes ninety m inute cost s
,;t ,, o M.r Clothes with My Satturday and placing it in a first-class sanitary
Mr. James Manning of this place condition is proceeding cely, and theBut the result is a erm less beer-
guarantee sic, but e s reported somewhat bet. city authorities are well pleated with But the result is a
Sconsider- er. the progress made. In fact it has ex-
., :.,' pay to so- There was an entertnment at c" their expectations, Citizens
: an ce DeLeo ast wk be ken handin wo k wh beer that doesn't ferment on the stomach- a beer
C of th public ci buiding. will and many yards anl gardens have
Sr, .,,,' f,r the Little Emmett Withers died last been placed in good condition, the
SnThis week in Wetville at t home of his weeds and grass being cut out, and oil
,ranec ,l :'h, n lI n this father. He had been sick for some placed in all cesspools and places
I hen :heir time. The bereaved family haveour erstagnant water has formed. s that preserves its
S h, Th', y ,, c.rrctly sincere sympathy. Mayor Bliss stated yesterday after- SAthee ut ercvwwusdd
I. oenn .- John M. Brownwell of Prosperity, noon that the work of placing Pensa- wa lute -re er
Mr wa lls in town Sunday. rned frmcola in the best possible sanitary con-
Mr. Will Alford has returned from edition was going on rapidly, and he
--- Georgia, and is visiting his mother was well satisfied with the work that
her. has been accomplished during the past al telu
two days. The big force of men under
Capt. Fondebilla Sck. Street Superintendent Gingles has suc-
Captain Jos. Pondebilla of the night! ceeded in clearing many of the streets
S r)IULQ T t JC U police force, was unable to report for of weeds, while the force of sanitary
C C. Ge_ duty last night on account of sickness.! inspectors is making the rounds in all Phone 18
C. C.. Oodwem. ee. Armwprglr Police Offit-r Villar was placed on portions of the city ordering the The Lewis Bear Co.
S ,. 11n ii ipoll llpltsllftt1tiU'lm duty as captain of the night force, and cleaning up of premises, and as each
t ... served acceptably. inspector is equipped with a can of oil Main an Palafax, Penscola
they also assist in the good work, as
K Wf T loil is poured in every cesspool or wher-
wrr ~he way subscriptions are rolling in ever stagnant water is found.
wathmetw, MaMnVmtw4 0g 110 t LLey evidently believe what they say. The street force has been working
.* Mr. and Mrs. R. L. tGlover, e 6 Cn- o fast that the city carts have been
tury, were among those who were Inunable to keep pace with them, and
Sthe city yesterday on a short visit the latter are now at least one hundred
being registered guests ot the Mer- loads behind the street force. it is
ERSELY TOLD. expected that additional drays will
RSELY TOLD. chants have to te employed to carry away the
JE. Creary, formerly of this city, weeds that are being cut down in va-
ana who has many friends here, was rious sections of the city.
m the cit- yesterday from Corinta,
i.~ v. air. left last night on the .i y. He is traveling tor a big ma- Ten thousand demons gnawing away
a- o:,ni for St. Anurews. He cLinery tirm of that city. at one's vitals couldn't be much worse Racl Po..e I. n aill. HINDOO CREMATION. nu: :THE ESSENCE "
.-:: d.iurday. .. 'than the tortues of itching piles. Yet Not much more enviable than the lqt I bat t T E T
WolfeleftMonday "Kid and Lyons played a.hees e. D ns Oitmet ever of the unfortunate man who s reported The erl Pe a theRites A FRIENDS TRIBUTE.
i. and renriar o bst e te rd lafails. to have grown shorter is that of racing fore the Buringr .
Sand Greenbriar streets yesterday, which resulted ponies in India, Egypt and elsewhere, Toward the upper end of the ghats In Memory of Mr. T. Hurley.
C.\ '. on business. in victory of the "'Kids' by a -core MACCLENNY CUTTING which are made to measure from three- Is the burning ground. There are no
Pryor. Jr., left last nightI o 13 to 12. Both nines are composedhhrmdtm sefm reItebng oi.T eaeo
i w r, h will remain players under 1 years of age. HAS FATAL RESULT. quarters of an inch to a full inch lower steps here, but a slope of beaten dirt.
S .. here h- will remain o p s u 1 s than their natural measurements. Par- Stop half an hour and you may see "In the midst of life we are In
:. : and perhaps locate The many friends of United States: Macclenny, July 25.-Henry M. ing the hoof can only be done to a cer- every step of the cremation rites. Sit- death'.'
'Y LD-puty Marshal Wharton, who has Sweat. who was so badly stabbed and tain extent. But ponies can be educat- ting on stone ramparts above, to the I have before my mind the picture
Mrs. J. A. Daw have return- t L'en conned to the hospital for some. cut Friday last by Jesse Sweat, died ed to stand with their heels apart, and right and left, are friends and relatives of two incidents which have occurred THE
('olora*o, where they have time, will be pleased to learn that he yesterday morning. If the head is tied up for some time of the dead ones. The figure to the in our city in less than two years, one
.,:;ng the past two months., .- much improved and it is expected' Jesse Sweat is still at large, and before they are put under the standard right, huddled up in a bright green of which was fully described by ThT
reside here in the future. hat he will be out within a few days.! it is said that he has been locate' in they will stand to their best advantage. wrap, is of the lowest caste of Iindoo, Journal's society editor at the time, vi.
Sar meeting of the Baard of Southern Hotel arrival: E. E. Babb, th ht nty era t t Two pounds avoirdupois per quarter and keeps the mat shed near by, where ioT. urley to ss is the very fence of life.
-LeAy vinll be held t-night, Hammal, Ala.; J. E. Collier, uiuis Col-, swam. He i a Cung, mn about t inch is the regular allowance in the the sacred tire for igniting every corpse I tmbeor, 1903.Hadly ever h there ill be healthy. he wvariou
derble busine will be lier Lne Collier, W. R. Taylor, Ala- years of age, and has only one arm. "scale for age class and inches."-Lon- is for sale. You bear horse, loud cries been seen a more lovy bride or a the blood is to be kept pure
SG. B. ar pter, M to, Sheriff Powers expects to get him don Pall Mall Gazette. of "Ram! Ramana!" and, behold, a finer groom than came down the aisle healthy is not by administerin
a"s Cash Want Ads are Joe T. Brown, M. Haock, Atlanta; with the assistance of the Georgia au- burial procession is coming down the of St. Michael's church that evening, called blood tonics, but by keeping
:- getters in the woSrld. r ad Mrs ll s, Wn thorites, and possibly will have to The cavities. slope. Four men carry the corpse She, the. loved daughter of fond pa- glands of the body pure, sweet
i -. :r int worries and, 8e Cill, Fl. get requisition papers. "Name the cavities," said a school slung between two bamboo poles and rents, had married a truly good man, clean, and this is to be accompl
*: :- : n~di.kt. money for, Recorder Laney had twenty-five de- teacher to a small boy, according to th- cry to the god Ram. He is the personi- well pleasing to all her dear ones, and by a gentle assistance to na
S": .... .,.: pendants before him in the municipal! Women love a clear, healthy com-; Chicago Inter Ocean. The boy was fiction of filial love, and thus it is the bright rainbow of promise seemed Nature rebels against the pow
1 .. ,m lrs. J. Court yesterday morning for trial. Of plexion. Pure blood makes it. Bur-j very round. His body was round, his meet that they should call him to wit- to gild tleir every prospect. drugs that are administered to-da
San is number three defendants were dock Blood Bitters makes pure blood. eyes were round and his legs were I ness. They swing down to the river Alas! for human hopes, her assistance. She does not sta
S. -rda en dschaed. six given jail sentences of round, and one of them drew up as it and Immerse the corpse. It is wrap- How soon they fade an,1 pass away! need of them; they always do
tirt day each. three given fiteen MOSQUITO PROO DOORAND by pulley as he screwed his head on ped in a white shroud stained with red ike fairest richest blossoms, harm. Do ndt put powerful drugs
. and hunt- each and fines imposed amount WINDOW SCREENS7 H. G. DeSILVA his neck and twisted his round mouth blotches. Then they lift the head Their breath t stomac
T. ..... i on th ng to .w Within the last three weeks the
t ..-::: h,, on the &- CO. 26jlylw to say: "T-t-the head cavity, the thorax s lightly out of the water and remove other picture has come before us:
ec* o.. f.Ta;in cavity and the borax cavity. Thehead i the shroud from the face, splashing The .lovely home which was at first
vh i a. The lavor of Blue Ribbon Lemon During the season of early vega cavity's what we keep our brains in to water five times upon the mouth. filled wtha happy thrng of guests if
,rYand Vanilla Extracts it perfect. Iniitables and unripe fruits, diarrhoeat. hin
.. i : ..r .a tfore the'fact thie only erfect r a thik with and the thorax cavity's Others In the meantime are building and cheerful, merry voices, was hushed
a- isin in and Vanilla Extracts only perfect Le Calais' Simand b owel disorders are prealn what we keep our lungs in to breathe wooden pyre, made of fagots sold and darkened. The same guests came
Svr i ising in, ,ad Vanilla Etraeos on the marke. Calis' Simaruba Boel Tonic stoscavity's what we near by and when finished standing Iagain, but with sobs o smpath L iver and
S::,. .i,. People Ask your grocer for Blue Ribbon the fermentation, kills the roisonou with and the borax cavty's what wehen finished standing again but wi sobs o sympathy i
.&k, ind r.a. s' ay i: is the best Lemon and Vanilla. Takes less. germs and cures in a short time. Price keep the vowels in, consisting of A, E, three feet or more above ground. The stead of bright greetings of congratu-
pap in h, s:a: and from 'Flavors perfectl. 25c. Sold at White's Pharmacy. I, and U and sometimes W and Y." corpse, its dark color showing through nation. Slowly they moved from that
the dripping shroud, is then placed on home now all dark and sombre. The
..............- .- -- the wooden altar and covered with father, who before so proudly carried K idney ssl
fagots. This done, all but two mount his (laughter on his arm, arrayed in 1EWn* J C W
the ramparts and watch the final cer-. i b'1idal robes, up St. Michael's aisle
money. Of the two remaining, one a v her toa nobl husband, has the discovery of Rev. H. E. O'G
T Ipours oil upon the wood from a small carried her up that aisle again, now will be found the best remedy
cl dsh wilenp the o o e to the covered with a widow's robes, and tol- offered to relieve constipation an
blowing the bier of the loved ne she the forms of Liver and Kidney tr>
ire house above. He soon returns with before met at that altar. If your liver is right yKu win n
a long straw wisp, blaming at one end., Not two years have passed away, If ourerlive i right you will not
1He advances to the corpse's head, yet so much of joy and woe has come fever and many other ton bles i
| touches it with the wisp and then cir- to her! A wife is left to mourn one from man other troubles a
cles the pyre five times, touching the of the best of husbands and a little l
head each time antll the fifth, when girl of five months will never know a
I Thle Grandd MSuln er Sale at F. E feet, and the whole pile bursts Into But the Father of the fatherless
The Grand Mid-Summer Sale at F. E. |e --^1.-.- ^^ ^Tje human fa he-s e.hfsok
flame. WhNS all 1s consumed the ushes knoweth best, Louis Saks, of Ilrmiuglm,
are raked into the rlvei and float away lie has only gathered his own to his I the largest clothier in the state, s
Brawne s will be Conti nue to bliss eternal.-F. J. O. Also in Out- breast; ,Your Long Life Liver and Ki
ng. Fleeting time will bring them together e is rightly called Long L4e,
Again, is a medicine of great merit"
Where is naught of sorrow, parting
IUnti A ugus4t $th, THE UNDER MARRIAGE. or pain.
TH UND MA I E --iDuring the short Interval of Mr.
SWedln owete.uw and Frolles Tkat Hurley's married 'life he had endeared
n is nw u m c t ac f Mn r i N Y T Prevai l Holland. m himself to every member of Mr. Lang- y
ith till Greater Redurtions, and is now under my control during the absence of Mr. Brawnr in New York. I n Holland two weeks before a mar- iod's household, to father and mother ale by


will place such prices on all Summner Goods in this building which will move them in short order, especially in rage takes place card are sent out do- as a dearly beloved s d to sister
caring that the banns have been pub- and brothers as one of themselves.
lished. This Is called an "under mar-
ND GENTADYMADE DEP TMENTSriage." The card alo announces when
| UDIES' AND GENTS READY-MADE DEPARTMENTS. | .= -1. .,u. er"s Ue
LEANG N S IY M the final marriage is to take place. The SPLIT, BRITTLE, DULL HAIR.
wedding Itself is a small affalr, and Dandru Which Is LET US FURNISH
STc muut have shelf room for the immense stock now being purchased and which is daily arriving. I haver- the civil marriage is the only one eeYOU- All Come From
ceived instructions from Mr. Brawner to CUT IN TWO THE PRICES ON ALL LADIES' ognied by law. A church wedding t Spit Caused by a Germ. / Yth
usually looked upon as a concession to I Split hair hardhair, allowethety iCE CREA
SKIRTS and ALL SUMMER YARD GOODS. Lookout for r on or mentaty d origin to dandruffich s casd C CREA
called a "consecration of the marriage." a measly little microbe that burrows
The couple enter the church behind the I't the scalp, throwing up the cuticle RING UP
fmly members, bridesmaids and oth-into dandruff scales and sapping the
SEXTRAORDINARY BARGAINSman ot itatyteveral disease contains o
EAll goodswillbeladutnthestoreadm arkedinlainf er attendants. They are shown to seats I otea the several djc aus ls I.. Gre F
All goods will be id out in the store and marked in plain figure before the whole assembly, and the the hair till it finally falls out. d-
clergyman comes in with two witness- Iern science has discovered a remedy PHONE No. 114.
Sed. He first makes a prayer, then de- I combined in Newbro's Herpicde. the CREAM DELVERED IN A
livers a sermon on a suitable text, delightful hair dressing. Allays itch-
which I which usually brings the bride to tears. ing instantly and make hair soft as QUANTITY.
which I shall place in the show window. After that the couple are married. Then silk. Take no substitute; nothing
a hymn Is sung and the blessing given. "just as good." Sold by leading drug-
See the Skirts on Sale. Ladies' and Gent's Shoes. | s | t ruggt and apotry 2A
a quarter. Before leaving the church druggist and apcthecarv, 121 S. Pala-
a huge Bible Is presented to the bride- fox. Send 1 )c i smps D i,
in between the "under marriage" and e
Sth reeal mariag al l the wedding fee-inF and PESSIUI BLUES^'.t! ^ ^ Co ^y, BM M

I will certainly lower the prices and cut them in two, as I rel marae all the wedding fes-i e .
tivtties take place. The happy couple A M A I NOth PO
havebeen directed. are literally surfeited with dinners, P A M r
have been directed. PO.PS. T Aim N Pc I
balls and theater partleH and all man- -E
ner of practl al jokes are played on the WORK CALLED FOR Al
pakr. At the dinner toasts innumerable DELIVr P
are given and at each the whole com- CLEANED, BLEACHED AND MEMBERSHIP R PC
pany rises from the table to sound and BLOCKED, t th PRESSING, Sj PER
touch g..la wit h bride and groom, MO s
4 Y lwho m.er rls. A.s* thei*r trends O.DEN RUI. nm.. _o_ as
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more times before It goes into effect Anti-trust literature is fairly good
Every qualified elector has had an reading, but it doesn't seem to be effec-
opportunity to read It if he so desires. tive in throttling the octopl.
What more could be asked? The fns will not worry so long as
If anyone is opposing the bond issue, the ew Orleans baseball nine avoid
the editorial in the News is the first being quarantined.
indication we have seen of it. It is!
more than likely. however, that no Loomis is going to reform the con-
one outside of the News is opposing. sular service. Who Is going to reform
It, but it would not be strange if that; Loomis?
paper should attempt to defeat the!
measure. i Japan Is wise. She Is borrowing
If the News lnten to support the ample funds while her credit Is at the
bond issue, now would be a good time'18d.
to say so. If it Intends to oppose it, !
a few more editorials like that of The mosquito as a bird of prey, ha.s
terday will be all that is necessary to the bald eagle skinned a league.
thoroughly establish that fact. The 'he festive mosquito has the center
News should, however, give its rea- the stage just at present
gras for its position. tJ
at eRag Time at the Pole.
t's a dull day in Washint on when; (News note: Commander Peary's
slumething or other isn't being investi- arctic exploring ship. the Roosevelt, Is
ptdl. equipped with a planola and will dis-
course popular airs while the vessel le
IRRIGATION searchtag for the north pole.)
FOR FLORIDA. Will It be "Bedelia," now.
.. ... .. The Esqnulmaux will hear
brigtJon has wrought wonderful When Peary breasts the Arctle ice
aswges an the arid regions of the; And to the pole draws near?
west and. whfe the greater portion of A bit of ragtime, would, no doubt,
Florida Is blessed with an abundance Be hailed with joyful cries
,-By people Who have never heard
of rtaw, theae are ties w.ef a sye- A song of Goo..o Eyes"
I of irrigati wonulb pr9ve of the Now wouldn't "Sammy" take the
Wuatest possible betelit. The follow-j cake-
tg from the columns of the Jackson. Of course the cake of ice--
le Times- on the subject An w n't "Teasing" win them now,
-- ..s.o .i thOr "'Billie," in a trice?
WEI prove of Interest: The lubber boys will have a time-
Tears ago, under the old order of The best they've ever had-
Uftm. irrigatoku was the last thing Just listeeiag to the music played;
bought of by oar tarmers and fruit. They'll never know it's bad.
growers. Florida il, oK course, not to It would not be surprising if
be numbered nao the "arid states" The polar beam seccumb
of the maima Neverthelesst must Uness the seow sad leo can pt
be O tttd that the M i her, as Tta plao on the bumb.
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We quarter Grasted.
This story, which is told of a Scottish
highlander who served in the Prench
war, illustrates either the bloodthirsti-
ness or the unique Ideas of humor of JUn
the Scotchman. Cho
This highlander had overtaken a flee- Wa
ing Frenchman and was about to strike ised.
him down when, falling on bis knees, We0
the Frenchman cried: in which
"Quarter! Quarter!" t0
"I'll no' ha' time to quarter ye," the
Scot answered. "I'll just cut ye In
twa."


He Had to Laugh.
"I had to laugh the other day"-
"Yon don't mean you were absolutely
compelled to. I hope?"


sacola Journal's circulation for each, "That's just what I mean. This was
day during the month of June, 1905, my employer's joke."-New Orleans
Times-Democrat.
with the average number of copies Times-Democrat.
dally: Wouldn't SeU.
June 1 4,00 JuOn 16 4,450! She-Is be an author? e-No:; be's
June 2 4,450 June 17 4,450 more of a chemist. Every book he
June S 4,450 June 18 4,700 writes becomes a drug on the market
June 4 M June 1 4, -Pittsburg Dispatch.
June 4,500 June 21 4,4601
June 7 5,000 June 22 4,460
June 8 4,450 June 23 4,460 LU I
June 9 4,450 June 24 4.700
June 11 4,4700 June 258 4,0
June 12 June 4,450 The 'tsual reward will be paid for
Jn 1 4460 Jne ,be capture and delivery at Varn
June 14 4:450 June 29 4460 Bros.'s turpentine camp of the follow-.
June 15 4,450 June 30 4460 ing desbed convict:
Total for the month.......117,1o0, Negro man, named George Hoimes,
Average per day.. ...... 4.594 feet, 9 inches high, weighing 165;
I hereby certify that tha above state- pounds, age 29 years, back complex- ,
meat is correct according to the rec. lon, one upper and two lower front
words on ile in this oicee. teeth outr scar on left wrist, salla
H. L BSMITH, scar on right side of upper lip, buach
Circiultlon Mgr. of warts on left thigh.
Deliver at Varn Bros.'s trlpematine
Swora to and absoriWe befom me camp, Escambia county, Florida, and:
thais Mth day Jmm 1, get reward. VAB. I RG .
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Sn on Jewelry, Diamonds,
Watches, and valuables
of all kinds.
redeemed pledges always for sale at bargain prices.
>ice Line Cut Glass.
tches and clocks repaired and work delivered when prom-
have a safety vault especially constructed for our business
'h to keep all valuables.
ffibe, 106 E. Wright, in Briggs House.
Phone 1127.


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( HAVE OUTGROWN OUR BABY CLOTMES AND OPINKO A

Down-Town Office and Builders' Supply Depot
WHERE WE WILL BE GLAD TO HAVE YOU CALL SE.
FORE PLACING YOUR ORDER FOR UILDl5N AMA.
UTERIAL OF ANY DESCRIPTION. WE ARE TODAY
UNPACKING A I
CAR LOAD OF PAINT
and want your business. Prompt atteeoa to all uall
orders.

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4' NEWS AND VIEWS 11 j j$ AWd? ANtAL .i V.96L N OVNT ie M. LFFCLAK M
~WR I P FNQM STATE P APS *. .T~tSUNJ&IN~EPIL ROUTIL 0. W. LAMA&, Vk*tW JNO,." PPV M C-

I-^ a -*a- i--# # # # 1 1 M o b ile R e c o r d e r .
r. Wt S ay. ~What Do Othersa9? -T** #.##!### OFP PENSACOLA, FLA.
o w 110 1 i The average aewapaper charges 10 --- N
cents a line for space In Its columns, The Panama canal is of more than DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATI
*-~~~ *;~- so that ans lnch space amounts to one Jataing interest, especially to the Catl t 200 000 S l 40000
iuB oWUAl thratUE ai ri dollar. Each day, or each week, the South, and anything on that subject is Capital| St k, S200,000 SrPINS,
ITMB PU U NAL COA a local paper gives from ten to thirty cf more than passing interest to this
1 inches at space to promoting the wel-, section. It is therefore encouraging Henry IA Covington, a. *, o .
MAfare of its own city. Does any other to gather from the St. Louis Globe- J. M. Pfeiffer. A, M. Sr,
lE N.m G 11 business man give that much of his. Democrat that on a recent visit toBryan Dunwodr E M
S- .- wares each week to heJp his city?-1 Oyster Bay T. P. Shonts. the chair- Bryan Dunwody, O. ura,
IEM BEA TEm ASSOCIATr PR Gainesville Sun. i man of the Panama Canal Commis- Frank Rellly, W. I. Cawthou,
t i son. and J. S. Stevens. the new cmiet W. S. Rosasco, C. A. O'Neal,
A Thankless Job. i engineer, have been saying things to! T. F. McGonrin, Dr. W. W.s Ha ,
NhCOImPTrION RATESL Governor Broward has appointed! make President Roosevelt exceeding, F. E. Brawner, Kene et
RJohn Y. Detwiiler, of New Smyrna, hopeful of the enterprise. It is the; C. W. Lamar, Alex McGOwla,
T0 ......*....,..g | One M tll S Honorary iish Commissioner. It is a. president's orders that work on the' J. R. Saundcrs, C. M. Covtanton.
S Mat ......... I We i thankless job and thris little o no canal be pushed with all possible Account of Ban dividuals, Corporation. and rted
W M to........ 1 Wekly Edilt. y M rpay In it so t we that there is rapidity. In order to do this he har Four per cent. interest paid on TInt Dtepeita.
something honoraryy" about it. But united the posts of governor of the
Papers- ble at an mwe s&ta&ao. we are inclined to think that if there Canal zone, and minister to the re-;
is any honor in the office, it is whaI public of Panama by putting them in -
IMr. Detwiler confers stpon it, not it the same hands.
OLY PENSACOLA NWPAPER ROM WHICH A DETAILD upon hi Bartow ourier-lfrm. Judge Magoon holds both offices W H. KNOWLES, President W. H J, V.Pre ad C
CIRCULATION TAINUENT"OAN m S URED ant and therefore there can be no conflict BRENT At. C r. W. ROBER
--ant. between the man who looks after the THOS. W. BRENT, Asst. Cashier. W. N. ROBERTS, t. asher.

O m a-t0 11- ~ Mt Govru met S Uo m Up to the Courts. Uoat mad united States' interest in the little re-
The general complaint made public at the Isthmus and the man
101o l N IL throughout the state against the great who supervises our civil affairs along I R S T
S -- number of vagrants, and the necessity the ten-mile sone which we lease from
for a law by which they could be look- that government. It is ttnaerstood
PENSACOLA. 'VIORIDA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 26, 1905. el after, will now cease if the court-, that Shonts has a little more power
Idu teir outy. The recent legi:,latur- than he recently possessed, or thought
GOING AWAY? tribute. and that there are times pa;"sed a law covering the cases ul he possessed, and though he has been' IO N A L 8
wt -u youleave the city- f or I when our farmers look in vain for a many woilthless characters heretofor,- doing a good deal of talking in the:
W v t you leave the f city le hower out of reach of any court or law. ast week or two-which is something
summ er vacation have .The iPnuacoia wate- and ertilizer anything If we re not much mistaken. there that is ordinarily calculated to arouse Of $tot lay of
tonur nal fllw u" o cr :may be .one in Florida, and we have are a dozen or so, loafers and gamblers popular distrust-the country has cou.
on manager Phone 38. upon several casions drawn attend within a mile of the court house, fidence in him. It is reported on th-,
tion to the necessity of adding irriga- who can be put to work in the convict president's authority, that Stevens is DIRECTORSF P. C Brent W. A. Blount, Wm. H K owl
Is the Daill News tion to the resources ofthestate. The camps under the new law or made to to have a practically free hand. His ORS C. Brent, W. A.
t N N Tampa Times, in a recent issue, also clear out to other part-.-Bradentowu predecessor complained of being ham- H r t.
to Opp the Bond lue? takes up this question with its usual Journa4. p* pred by the commission ana' from W. K. Hycr, Jr,, D. G r
force, and emphasizes the necessity of * ashington.
The first and only discordant note utiliing ithe subterranean water sup- Sunday Baseball Law. The country is glad t be assured, FH TI I M i U T AL
which has been sounded in reference:ply of the srate in this direction In an As to the constitutionality of the on the president's authority, that there IlRei no DV l u MESTIlCt EOXIh S1UU
to the proposed bond issue for city im-Iadmirable editorial, from which the Sunday baseball law, Judge Call of will be no further delay In matters at
to e profollowing passage is taken: Jacksonville, gives the state the bene. the Isthmus. The need for quick work'
provements in Pensacola appeared in while Florida has no arid lands In fit of the doubt and turns the players .or the canal is becoming more and. We draw our own Bills of Ex- Vetelt dibursed upon the Most
yesterday afternoon's Pensacola News the strict sense of the word and noover to the sheriff. Hurrah for Judge more evident every year. Special change on Great Britah, Ireland, Pavrable Terms and theit *i-.
in the following editorial: rivers and accompanying situations Call!-Blountstown Democrat. Commissioner Bristow recently re- ermany, no Autr, Italy tlons taken Payable at Port of
The bond ordinance that was passed which make available any large hn i Pickle s ofthat the road across the Ist orway, Sweden, Denmark, and Denetion Ton Days After Ve
at a recent meeting of the city ouns- schemes of irrigation, it does ha a lorida has soe dinnguhPickle.a of Teh ante peto d estined to be their auropean countries, sel Arrives the.
cil is a measure of vital Importamce dry season at a critical period of crop- s mord has noe d oftingueshed formidable competitor of thn e United
to the future of Pensaola and one making. as wel as means which may statesmen c?) who now hold office States' railway at Panama. We get
that should be given the widest pub- be employed to mitigate occasional and whom you o roll abolt In a mus. Intimations of the same sort from a
I.oitv in order that those who vote temporary drouths. Irrigation from lard seed with considerable danger of I United States consul. The Tehunte-it Boxes F Rent in Conecton with whh w
upon the question for or against bond- artesian waters is employed in ome losing them in some crevice, but this pec route of course, is much further Safety Dcposit Boxes For Rent, in Cnnectuo wtu wich we ]
ing the ciy maydo so with a fll us- localities with great success, and it is not a circumstance to the rolling north tha the Panama, and the dis- have a Private Department for the se of Renters.
derstanulng of all the Issues involved, might be almost generally adopted the people will give them three years tance by that course between the At-
It seems to the News that those with profit. It is to 4e hoped that a hbnce.---Jacksonville Times.Unlon. lantic and Pacific coasts of the United
having this business in charge would sufficient number of 'lordlans will at- States would be shorter than by our
have aceds wisely in taking consid. tend the convention at Portland to get A Well Earhed Reward. United States consul. The Tehaunte- Sivings D pettment-Intoret OH DO-
erable pains to inform all the people all the newest ideas and Information The reappointment of Hon. E. M. tepee railway Is a British enterprise
of the tr and fullpurposes of the and to e followed home by printed dry to the state board of health by mainly, most of the money for it' be- P ft t t of 4 p r t Ann m t
ordinance. The adverse vote uponopleand tof the llnstructive he edings. governor Broward is to be commend. ing furnished ny Engglish investors,
most of the proposed amendments to TheTimes f asconstantlyland consl- i ed as a reward for the four years of but the Mexican government is a part- L_ ...-* -
S state onion atthe a ten(tly tsisted that the adoption of ir- faithful service he has rendered in ner in it. This road, which will not
the state ctonstan diction at the last en- rigaton, as far as it is practicablet capacity and as cortpletely meet. be ready for operation in several years, I1. LLTON GRXK.U PassIas,. T7.3. WALw, VieNrLtmsNx&r.
e ra l e lect io n i s a n in d ica tion th a t th e hao n s fa a a It Is p ra ctica b le, t . .. m T V
votes hav, nhandone; the habit of would provide a most advantageous lrgn public sentiment in the entiroe~s attracting a good deal of attention R. iM. BISH.ILL., csanIs. MAJNFIaLDaNMo0IO, Astr.cisius a
oting fr every proposed measure for the farmers and gardener state. Mr. Hendry will no doubt be England, but t received no noticeit zens tonal B ank
otiner th It shows also ti'at they choose what valuable if applied to orange growers board. This s perhaps 811 appropri- days ago. It P.daseilal. Foria.
suits them and tiirn down the propo during the trying dry spell of spring ate place to say that In the main Gov. It may as well be realized by us firs' Xt3Az*ootatrl T
sition thad don't suit in which so many trees shed a large ernor Broward's appointments-while as last that the Tehuantepec route oVw write, MorriS o1r,. T. Welle.
And in this bond question it shoula- hare of theirr fruit. And not less pay. confined pretty closely to his political will be a vety big competitor not only I l M. Rouson. L. Htlteoree.
And inbe takenhis bond question t sou' share ofld their fruit. applied nto gat l enss friends or faction-have been approve. with ith our transcontinental lines, but A ENERAL BANKING B USINESS TRANAC .
not be taken for granted that all that ca woulbe done at comparatively small able. Outside the educational board with the Panama Railway. Its pro-c
i necessary is to omply with the and be done at com paratus.ively o control, fair criticism must walt! Jectors, indeed, appear to think that i -
law call an election and the voters events before finding fault The gov-. It will be a strong competitor with the
will rush up to vote for bonds. oThere Tln Lawn says the price asked ernor evident intends to do hisiPanama canal. Thig is hardly likely. e of V- 4 f
tio already an under current of oo r ds and a a reason share n giving the state a business ad notwithstanding its 1,000 miles of dis J. S. REESE, President. E. W. MNFE, Cashier.
,.tion to bonding the city. It is real- o "ds and ances" was reason. ministratlon-la which he would probe | stance north from Fanama, and its con- R. M. CARY, Vice-President.
Ised that bonds means going in debt, able. Probably on the basis that the ably succeed better if his policy were sequent greater proximity to the TH PPL '$ BANK O P NSACOL
and that means increased taxes. sukes- could ihve beetm touched fto a mere shade broad~r.-Tampa Times. United States. The road will be 190 T PL S AOE
*anymieslogo r own four tlmeh t THEPEOPLE'S BANK Or PENSACOL K
an pre e hat e r twice as much without the least dC * mles long, or f early four timetthe Directore-L. J. R*eves, J. S. Reese, W. DeC. Kesier, R. M. Gary,
Many property owners feel that their twice as mnach WithOut the least difre Have Changed Frant. length of the Panama railway line. W. A. D'Alemberte, T. A. Jennings M
It is the right and privilege of all culty. During the late political campaign The advantage by the isthmian cana! TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. s
these voters and taxpayers to know there were those who took pleasure will be that freight can be carried! by YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOUCITED. *,
all about this thing they are expected The Washington Post very pointedly, i referring to Miami's deep water a short cut between the two oceans by l Ose* 0O e --------- '
to vote for, the public necessity andl remarks: "Te packers used to boast channel as a "private ditch" and of no water all t6he way. while by the Tehaun ...._____
advantage. if any, that it will be to that they tlised everything In the value to the "dear people" of this sec. tepec route, as by the Panama rail- s
knowing what the ordinance s an but the squeal, and now they are hes me people have chan front mets to or from the railroad at the
Ii. order that they may have no ex- mR.aking use of that." and are now joining hands with the Atlantic and Pacifc coast. Something .
use fr not knowing, itt should be --. p progressive element of Miami in a. over #10,000,000 has already been ex: Wholesale and etaDealeria
given the widest publicity. Judging from the treatInent accord- ing that this great project is pushed ended on the Tehuantepec railway, Stearn Domestic. Anthracite O
What the News really means by the ed Morton and loomla, in comparison to completion.-Miami Metropolis. and $30.000.000 is being laid out on Steam Domestic, Anthracte
above must of course he largely a mat- with that given WaNaco and Bowen, the ports at each end, so as to provide O cand BlaC Smo th St e
ter of speculation, but it evidently the administration puts a premium up. Woodman CIrele, Oak Grov No. 4. cti wlthes fora the handling of freight Yards on Za3 r agossa and onzalez street. Tephon, .
means more than it actually save. on crookednesst. A meeting of importance to every cheaply and quickly. All this makes Yrd on Zarragossa and onzale trt. Pho
It would be interesting to know. member will be held on Thursday it incumbent on us not only to finish
however, how a much wider publicity The Czar and Imperor Bil are wise afternoon, July 27, at 4 p. in., K of P. the canal as early as possible, but to a
could be given the proposed bond in their day and generation. No dar.- hall. A full attendance of all mere- have the best sort of a job done that T
issue than it has already receive. get from bombs way out there in the Mers earnest r e tred ,t can be accomplished. This means i
Doth daily papers and the public in middle of the Gulf of Finland. I MRS. W. A. SMITH, Guardi adopt tted by e ted States in self- n
general have been talking about It for Baron Hayashi rises to remark that protection in order to hold our own
months. The ordinance authorizing It the Japanese are not angels. Russlanas against all competition which can t-uof. |. T A u 1
has been printed in full in The Journal will believe him without question. Th u N I I li f ar at Nl car of the Mecan th- o
and will appear in these columns three .


tate of Florida, County
Personally before the
appeared A. A. Ericson
'harp, to me well know:. ".,
individuals described a;.-
cribers, and acknowlpld
atures to the foregolnt -
IN WITNESS WIIHERI',
ereunto set my hand' an. '
ficial seal, this 1st day : I
e905.
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State of Alabama, Coun y of
Personally before t. '::
appeared Leo. S. Maas. .1 .
D. A. Frank, and ltluio:n- ,
to me known to be he i: .
scribed above as .suhscrl:
knowledge their signa*
foregoing instrumen'.
IN TESTIMONY WWHiKHEi -'
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ureunto set my nani ; ::
offical .-cal, this Ird day : .i tJ
1905.
(Seal) H.I p :'
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In Escambia Countv ("'
State of Florida-!In
F. West. vs. .Jaf"oi K
Schliater and Kai.- ".
wife-Foreclosure ;
On Monday, the 4h "
ber, A. D. 1., te Sehliater and Kattie S "
quired to appear 7 .
against them herein '
be published once ea '
cun'e.eutive week, i:" '7:
JTournal. a newspapt- ;"i ,
Escambia County. A.
Clerk Circuit Court. P.
D. C. Pensacola, 1'. -,

ADMINISTRATRIX XOTIE
Estate of Mark John \
Creditors egatees.i "
al persoas having ,ai .
against the estate (f M .: : .
deceased, of Pen aco.- '
required to present same ;
signed within two .a1- .
date or same will bo i01:r 1
MARY ANN W\ --
Administratrix of Estat f M -
IWhite, (Dceased.
July 26, A. D. IfoS. '
MOSQUITO PROOF DOOR A40
WINDOW SCREENS H. G. DeSIVA
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ILER AmUTISfETs.
NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.
Notice Is hereby given' rha-,- ,.
3d day of August, A. D. i~;. ,
tion will be made by A. A .
W. H. Thar. Lee. B. Maass. .
Ktnley D. A. Frank, ani i.,
Richar4s, to the Governor o' rt '-
of Florida, for letters pa'.:- ..
porating the Pensarola D.o .,.l.
& Construction Company, .
charter in- words and figure, *,
ins:
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The name of the cor-or'v .a
be PENSACOLA DEVL; .F.%I:'\ .
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY ,
ptlnlipal place of bnulr. .. .
Eacaubia County, Stato ,!. F:o';I t.
2.
The general nature of *ho -:
or businesses to be 'ran-v ".
buy, own, sell and deal -. *.'
to improve the same ,:.- ..
lay out and plat town ,an ,
and streets and alleys ar I ',.,
therein, construct .ew. raz,
water works, gas ani ,,c- :
works; to operate and rrma;,'t i .
commissaries. warehua.,.' ,..
and bridges; to buy, owr. -.. .
and maintain boats, v.--.. ,
rfes: to loan money. t; ...
tc donstruet, erect ant rl ..
tories of all kinds, buil ,
to build houses and bult i ,: -
utilities and improve -.. ; ...
tain and conduct ho'-
and lawful places of an.
to do and perform all '
dent or convenient ro.,
necessary In. the carr- n
business herein speciflca
or enumerated.
3.
The amount of capital
ized at Twenty-two r .,, -
Hundred Dollars f$22.,', ii ., .,
Into shares of the par va, :
Dollars ($10.00) each. paya ,:" .
fu! money of the Unit-i Sa'a,
(10) per cent. of which i .
In cash upon receipt of l"r. ,
And the balance to be pai.l A ....
(30) days thereafter.
4.
The corporation shall ex *-."
term of ninety-nine (99) ya--.
5.
The business or bnsin- 9
corporation is to he con i n,.i
President, a Vice-Presidenrmt, a "a
retary and Treasurer, and a l.rri -
six (6) Directors, who 3.,til I II -
at the annual meeting of th.- '. ,,;
to be held at Pensacola on t:
Monday in September f **a''h
and, until the first Plection ),f'
he names of officers who are '
luct the business or busiines .' -
corporation are A. A. Eritesn. I"-'
lent; W. H. Tharp. Vic -Presidlent
A. Frank, Secretary a.vl Treasti.
and those three together with Lefo
Maas. J. E. McKinley ?n RI'I ,
lichards, shall constitute the Boar i ,:
Directors.
6.
The highest amount of inilo,. -.
or liability to which the t ro,;, *j :
an at any time subject i' -C1
Hundred Thousand Dollars 3,
D00.00.)
7.
The names of the subscriber ,,: ;
allows:
Leo. S. Maas, Selma, A!ai:;:. i
ubecribes for 224 shares; : J
[inley, Selma, Alabama, 'A ..
cribes for one share; A. A
Selma, Alabama, who subs'r;,
hare; D. A. Frank, Se:mn. .\.. ..
rho subscribes for one sha:. .
'harp, Selma. Alabama 'v:
cribes for 1 share; Rudolph I.
Selma. Alabama, who .... :,r
2 shares.
A. A. ERICS-)N.
W H. THAPi'E,
LBO. S. MAAS.
J. E. McKIN;.EY,
S D.A. -RANK.
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PRC, UTIONS BY

'STATE BOARD


A TACTLESS NURSE.
rhe Craeea Meanmt In WaLete
'3.t**-ati**l a Patl ut.
Nurses are, as c las, a meat excel-


lent body at yoga wes n, Int, as In
EFFICIENT QUARAWtINE1 TO BE the case of doctors, one occaasionally


MAINTAINED-DR. PORTER
TAKING NO CHANCES.


The Jacksonville Times-Union of'
yesterday says: While no reports of an
alarming nature were received from
New Orleans at the office of the state
board of health regarding the yellowI
fever situation in that city, Dr. Por-i
ter, state health officer of Florida, is:
Staking no chances and has given or-
ders which add to the efficiency of the'
quarantine against New Orleans and
will do much to allay any feeling of
alarm that might exist In'Florida.
By direction of the state health offl-
cer. Dr. Hiram Byrd, assistant to the
state health officer, has- been in-,
structed to proceed to Flomaton and
assume charge of the quarantine at,
that place. Dr. Warren Anderson,1
Agent of the state board of health at
Pensacola, Is in charge of the situation
at Pensacola, and will co-operate with
Dr. Byrd and furnish him all of the
Ss istants needed in the way of guards
aud inspectors.
Thee instructions from (Dr. Porter are
', detain passengers at Flomaton!
.,;arantne station who may come from
.a infected district.
S Vesels Ordered Detained.
Tho dr'rtmnat hna nrhsrdered a five-


S H U TON S COLOR OF CIARS. ys' detention ofa vessels rom
CCNew Orleans 'to all Florida ports. The
B i B U RNe l c wees Are aNot Always agents of the department. in charge of
e (la Wtr Aarot OrC. 4 the quarantine station at all Florida
NW TN A L a oa there in not one smokerI i ports have been notified to this effect.
N O WProbably there is not one mokr in All freight cars are fumigated at
Sthousa who would not be surprised omaton by order of Dr. Porter, to
and, in fact, incredulous if he were told kill mosquitoes. Cars used for trand
Sn that the color of a cigar is absolutely porting fruit are given special atten-
was Anfaigned in Criminal Cart TYetetd Inmining IrnNmerU no guide to its strength. Yet such i tion, as they are more liable to carry
the case and a fact well known to ci- mosquitoes than any others.
Charges and Enteed a Plea f Not Gilly-Case Will ar manufacturers ad mportr. The Good Advie Given.
Sbellef of smokers that cigars of dark Dr. Porter has advised Dr. Anderson,
NOt Be C lid Bfiter Tl-iht color are strong and those of a lighter the agent of the state board of health'
shade are milder is, in point of fact, as t Pensacola, to advise the people of
fallacious as it is general. This Is but Pensacola to take steps at once to'
THREE WITNESSES WERE EXAM- stand only a few minutes, when he one of many delusions harbored by raTe ditrucaions ae to fill up all
was excused but will be recalled. consumers of tobacco which practical Thaces where water stands are to fill up all
INED DURING THE DAY, BEING State Auditor Amos was then called, cigar men have smiled at and indulged citizens are requested to Individually
FRANK JOHNSON, STATE AUDIT- His te. aimony was in regard to the from time immemoriaL see that no standing water is allowed
Examination of the books of the clerk s A maker of Havana cigars uses but around their premises. Standing water,
OR AMOS AND CIRCUIT COURT, omee which had been made upon re- one grade or blend of tobacco in the is a breeding place for mosquitoes, and
ues of the clerk to the governor, body or filler of his cigars. Exactly the when all low places are filled in and
aCLERK A. M. He related what he had u many same stock s used n his conchas as n all standing water removed, the mo-
other matters connected with the his perfectos, In his claros as in his quito soon ceases to exist. The mos-
Si! Burton. former deputy clerk county road and bridge fund, as well maduros. After the cigars are made, quito that transmits yellow fever is
Srcult court who was arrested other funds of the county, however, his "selector" takes them in known as the stegomyia fasciatus.
S rcu ks ee upon several charetg- Clerk McMillan was then introduced hand and classifies them according to reene- no Case
ai n te criminal and explained the manner in which the relatie shades of the wrappers. Washington, July 2.-r. McMs-
.. morning. Judge Beggs prr- the work was done. Warrant were This is done to effect a uniformity in ter, Canadian counsel for the United,
S He entered a plea of not introduced as evidence some of which, the appearance of eqf box of cigars States government in its case against
t ars at was alleged, had been raised after and to enable the dealer to readily in- Greene and Gaynor, has cabled the de-
S th charges a h e is being. being signed by the chairman frim dulge the whims of the self deluded apartment of justice from London that,
seren in number. They al- 4 .60 to $40.60, and were endorsed b smoker. the two men have withdrrawn their pe-.
r issuing frged papers the defendant. It was alleged that a Inasmuch as the wrapper constitutes tuition for leave to appeal to the privy
-~. arrant for the former amount wa
urtng the signanre of the warre pa or the forAler amount a, b not more than one-tenth of the cigar, It council at Ioadon. and that on Wed-
S:: of the Board of County Corn- latter nt being in th cit had ll readily be seen that the degree of neday te council will formally dis-
by false pretense re qusted that it be collected by the Its strength or mildness is very incon- miss the appeal. This leaves pending
v"r. h.e cases were called C. M.I deputy clerk and forwarded to him. siderable in effect. In this connection, i i the courts only the habeas corpus
rn- n l the fendant. while This was done, but it is now charged however, it Is interesting to note that proceedings which,will come up before
1'01 a 1 JJudge Ouimet at'Ottawa, about Au-
r : and Iucius J. Reeves that before making the collection it tobacco tradesmen versed in the intrl- ult t
i, iow pr m... n. I as raise to $40.60. cncies of the industry rigidly bar the
'- .I1 tn. 1 f, mo,,- .e!airmlln o Somec warrants, which were for the light colored wrapper from their own Amercan Yacht Won.
Sard i proper amount were introduced to smoking tables, knowing that It pner-, Dorval. Que., July 25.-The Manches-
:':. '. :- ,, v, ,pt on the show the similarity of the hand writ-: ally indicates that the leaf wqs prema- ter defeated the AlexandrL in the third
v<< "t on the g. This was objected to by the at- turely cut and improperly cured and race of the series and took the Sea-
-torey for the defense, but overruled b.i that it impairs the flavor and burn of wanaka cup, for which eight unsuccess-
he oure are a large number the cigar. Cubans, who, by the way, ful American and English challengers
tluc*ttr Mu i House p number w aait-, di
ue rsres toa be examined, among them are notably partial to mild tobacco, had previously raced. There was a diZ-
being John G. Welsh and Davis. avoid smoking eight colored cigars ust ferenceof9 minutes, 37 seconds at the
aThvoid eatina ae n bigh red rafinish, a decisive and clean-out victory
Tb. Leadr n both former chairmen of the County as they avoid eating a green orange or ore Manchester cht Cub's boat.
SCommissionersa. and who signed the, an unripe banana.
Lo warrants after they had been madc The prejudice of these natives and of Sibilian Mine Disaster.
LW out by Mr. Burtea, several members tobacco tradesmen is a logical one and Palermo, Sicily. July 25.--By the ex-
So'r Agents for !h( Celebrated of the old board of commissioners.' serves to throw into bold relief a pe- plosion in a coal mine here twelve
I Deputy Sheriff Brewton aad a number1 culiar misconception of facts which is men were killed and many wounded.
~i* of others, who have a knowledge of both amusing and embarrasing to
bU c U 6 Bad Le the alleged forgeries. renders of the fragrant weed. Hurricane in Marshall Islands.
atter aM O r against i not eseedothat these casewill Whether cigar smokers will ever Sidney, N. S. W., July 25.-News has
Soagainst the beformer deputy clerk will awaken to the fact that a dark cigar is been received here that a hurricane
Stconclues r the d efo ene and pros -Ifr anything milder a tnd invaribl devastated the Marshall Islands June
attorneys for the defense and prose-! thana 30
caution are Aghting every point in the!sweeter and more aromatic than a
Serial e light cigar remains to be seen.-Tobae Carnegie Gives to Negro School.
CALL OR WRITE FOR PRICES AND' ico Leaf.- Philadelphia July 25.--The Insti-
RTEFRM.a~D J h Sil berma* Ii tute for colored youth at Cheney, Pa.,
TERMS. The late Bcetary Jh b heaman ; --- ----- near here, has received an offer from
SGRAD ORGAN AT LOW showed hs talent for Sanciering at' BUSINESS WOMEN. Andrew Carnegie of $90,000 for a li-
SGRADE ORGAN A an early age. e and two of his brary.
PRICES. brothers had been given a sum of A Lunch Fit For a King.
Clutter Music House money with which to pay their board. ou lad w Cole Yens
114 S. Palafox St. while o a voting trp r a week at An ac. e and succesul young ly Welsh language that looks
the home of a farmer nea Lancaster, tells her food experience: peculary It tor ola ge vehls. Tle
0., their rome "Some three years ago I suffered pec uliarly fit fo college yells. The
0, their ha "Some three years ago I sere Welsh yells are fully up to the level of
The week ended. John ered the from nervous prostration induced by those of this country. The University
wagon and pai hi beard. But the continuous brain strain and improper of North Wales bas a yell something
farmer refused the money, saying that fItd. added to a great grief. like this: "Bravo, bravlssimo, ray, ray,
S the sons of Judge Sherman would al- I was ordered to giv2 up my work, ra-o-rock! Ray-ray-ra-o-rock! Ray-
tways be welcome gisn o When John s there was great danger of my mind I ray-ray-o-rock!" Cardiff has a some-
Sfound that he did not have to pay h failing me atoether. My stomach what similar yell, while at Aberyst-
Hboard he sent the wagon back to the
barn and stayed another week.--Lip- was in ad condition (nervous dyspep-1 wyth the cry Is: "Hip-hip-hur-aber'
pincott's. sia. I think now) and when Grapel Hip-hip-hur-aber! Hip-hip-hur-Aber-
SNt Sl F. Nuts food was recommended to me, I yfstwyth With a pip and a pang and
Riewarc1s ~ I- awei e- hbad ro faith in it. However, I tried
At Holsworthy. in Devonlhire. Eng- it. and soon found a marked Improve-iOv me
land. the prettiest gi who attends nl nt in my condition as the result.! Over inte
sy crch gets well ewarded for doing I had been troubled wit deathly finte, an tat as t a few day
so. Abt iOfty ears or o ago it struck spells, and had been compiled to use oace. and that was just a few days
the Rev. Tbhomas Meyrick who was a at imuiant to relieve me. I found,: ago. Smson-What was the cause?
Then viar o the paric, who was ung cwever. that by eating, Grape-Nuts Timson-M3y wife told me that she had
11 uthen l car of the parld thattbe youns at such times I was relieved as satis- trained herself so she could walk
Sa oftladies there d ight attend church so factorily as by the u se of stimulants, through a store full of bargain counter
often as hey might do. o be left a and suffered no bad .ffects. which sales with her purse full of money and
eal astl a- -sum of money, and this. accorldng to was a great gain. As to any other never buy a thing.-Detroit Free Press.
ftI the ter of his will was to be put out ttoubles-nervous p;-ostration. dyspep-
at latmIoet. The anaal income from sia etc.-t'e Grape-Nuws diet soon paradeloel.
it was to be given each year to the cured them. I Smith-You remember Muggins, who
prettiest ymeag womam at Holsworthy 'I wish especially to call the at- ed to bore s with his lon winded
ar thei e tr s who had attended church regularly for ,teton of of ice girls to the great bene- stories? onsi-Yes. What of him?
L N ts as a noon luncheon. I was thor- Smith-He was arrested yesterday for
t a. h. aouhlv iired o cheap restaurants and being short Ia his accounts.--Chicao-
Booky- y doctor, want yo to ordinary lunches, and so made the ews.
delicious and I leek at a horse up here at the stable perimen( of taking a package of Grape-
(je 0l look at m eorse hn stere at the stable Nuts food with me, anl then slipping Work.
and tell me bohnesty just what you t a noon and getting a anckel's "Anyhew you can't deny that Hewlt -
CaLr it think abot b-whether he sa sound worth of sweet cream to add to it 1 gus Is a self made man. He worked
or uneonnd. Veterinary-I always tel found that this simple dish. noLhaed his way through college."
just what I think. By the way. is it a off with an apple, peach, orange, or a "He certainly did. .He worked near-
horse you think of buying or one yoea bunch of grapes made lunch fit for a ly every student in the institution."--
Lewis Bear n- C have or sale?--Baoston Traacript king, and one that agreed with. me (hiceago Tribne.
L WiS Dear o. roe wo on my Orspe-Nnt diet a ah .^^
Joben-Ms Blek mook Whatlly that 1 did not have to give up myhral "ts't Mr. Teejas a deep thinker?"
he has 50 m Wah ba oos awuly Ro a.t all and in to eyard against me "He must be," answered MiI Cay-
,'g 's u Js t ea I h s r enfse? a mtamenadd that yo-ur sgestlos eae. "I ever ear hm try to say
I just h r etame a Invitation the ttUe book, "Road to Wellvie,' anything without getting bheod his
HO nS S'S' to a card party because iae couldn't are, in my opinion, invaluable, epeo- deph."--Waubiaton Star.
D Mlay card .-Detr ree i- ially to women."' Name given by P-
taurn Company, Battle Creek, Mic. ee kn wlge bu t sorrows ~ p
ae who aw ses. abmm Isri "The road to WBellnl" o s ita nmt safe to ks.w.--SmY~t.
^^^----^^^^^ ^OWrY^LL*t- .- p~ge.


comes across specimens who are so
decient in tact and sympathy with the
eick as to be positively, though nin-
ot.uan, ,t ta.nd1 I .aat Sn tea


the fate of the writer of the following
letter:
"Late one night, when I was In con-
siderable pain and unable to sleep,
my nurse, In order to provide cheerful
diversion, proposed to show me a few
of her photographs. So a candle was
brought to the bedside and the pictures
were held before my eyes as I lay on
my back. Prodcing the first with
much gusto, the nurse explained that
It was a very pretty picture. It was.
It showed 'our mortuary chapel' and
the nurse pointed out the coMfins and
a row of shrouds hanging up in the
corner, explaining that 'we keep all
siae in stock.' The next picture was
'our operating theater,! witj the nurse
and the doctor 'Just read' to begin,'
and my tormentor was specially proud
of it because the nurse depicted was
herself. When she pointed out, how-
ever, that galoches were worn by the
butcher and his assistant, I endeavored
to pass on as quickly as possible to
the next picture. It was not long, how-
ever, before we came to the portrait of
'Mary, our hospital skeleton.' Nurse
explained that Mary was 'cloaked,'
but at lectures a string could be pulled
and the cloak fen off. In point of
fact, the photographer had caught it at
the moment of falling, and the figure
and features of Mary remained tbdel-
ibly printed on my memory. I do not
say anything against Mary as a skele-
ton, but she was hardly an apparition
to bring comfort or sleep to a poor
fevered wretch whose life was banging
In the balance. Yet that nurse held the
highest possible credentials In every
department of her calling."-Londen
Truth.

ODD SHOE FACTS.
Greek shoes were peculiar in reach-
ng to the middle of the legs.
The present fashion of shoes was
Introduced into England in 1638.
In the ninth and tenth centuries the
greatest princes of Europe wore wood-
en shoes.
Shoes among the Jews were made of
leather, linen, rush or wood: soldiers'
shoes were sometimes made of brass
or iron.
In the reign of Richard II. shoes
were of suck absurd length as to re-
quire to be supported by being tied
to the knees with chains, sometimes of
gold or silver.
In the reign of William Rufus of
England in the eleventh century a
great -dude," Robert the Horned, used
shoes with sharp points stuffed with
tow and twisted like rams' horns.
'The Romans made use of two kinds of
shoes-the sole, or scandal, which cov-
ered the sole of the foot and was worn
at home, and the calceus, which cov-
ered the whole foot and was worn
abroad.
Vletetry aet After.
Many a man in a moment of fine en-
thusiasm applauds Patrick Henry's
"Give me liberty or give me death." It
Is a proper sentiment to entertain, but
not easy to live up to.
Mest of us feel more like the Penn-
sylvania Dutchman who told his wife
to write an appropriate inscription on
his knapsack, which she was packhig
on the eve of his departure to Join
Washington's army in the Revolution.
The enthusiastic woman, dreaming of
her hero coming b me a general, at
least, wrote in gobd, round letters,
"Victory or Death."
In a few moments her husband
caught eight of it.
"No gsee No goot" he exclaimed in
great excitement. Take dat off quick!
Put on goot vords, 'Wictory, oder come
back again.' "-Youth's Companion.


Overdl* It.
Mrs. Passay-Mary, wasn't that gen-
tleman asking for me? The New Maid
-No, mum. He described the lady he
wanted to see as bea' about forty, an'
I told him it couldn't be you. Mrs.
Passay-Quilte right, my dear. And
you shall have an extra afternoon off
tomorrow. The New Maid-Yea, mum
-thankee, mum. Ye, mum; I told
him It couldn't be you, for you was
about fifty. Mrs. Passay-And while
you're taking your afternoon off you'd
better hunt a new place!--Ceveland
Leder.
MOSQUITO PROOF DOOR AND
WINDOW SCREENS. H. G. DeSILVA
& CO. 29jlylw
Simaruba Bark is an old Creole rem-
edy for Diarrhoea and all bowel dis-
orders, and is a good one. Calais'
Simaruba Bowel Tonic does the work.
Is not a strong astrinent, contains
no optm r other pvsons. Is palat-
able and effective for children or
adults. A-rice 6c. Sold at White's
Pharmacy.

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BUSINESS LOCALS. &


Hendrix & Carpenter will furnish
estimates on 'bllding and painting
and give personal attention to work.
912 Strong, and 824 East LaRua
streets.
McKinsle Oerting & Co., wholesale
and retail ship chndiers and grocers,
the enly irstclass house of the kind
in Pesacola. Pair prices to all.
Why sme ter W pwr, when you
cal b Kelso emcn h MDimity,
~ na, or Cram's Bond at C. V.
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character and high quality in every piece.


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From most other buying-you buy seldom, but want it to last and
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i MARSTON & QUINA,

S108,110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla,
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John Massey.


Jackson Brandon.


T. D. Adams.


Pensacola Electrical Company
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Cor. Intendenca and Bell Phone,
Baylen Sta. 570.
No Job to big or small tor us We do work in any part of the
city and also outside the city.

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CORDIALITY.


CUISINE.


SOUTHERN HOTEL.
Pensacola, Fla.
ROOM WITH RUNNING WATER AND PRIVATE BATHS.
LARGE SAMPLE ROOMS.
Speolal Weekly Rates for Table Board.
F. L. BOWEN, Manager.
Formerly of Windsor and Aragon Hotels, Jacksonville, Florida.




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STERLING SILVERWARE,
ART PuI 1 bKY, OPTICAL GOODS,
CUT GLASSWARE.


Engreving and Fine Stationery.


Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.


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WM&e ten is or danger f eerr oere, way Mt
clear ap an diinfect your home and peabi Ra
fles, mic anm reebs arry dIsuea
Persian Insect Powder................................50c pound
(Full directions with each package.)
Platt's Chlorides....................................... e bottle
-Darby's Flud ........................................0c bottle
Chloride of Lime, half pound, 1-lb. box.............10 ana 20 cents
Crude Carbolic Acid Pure Carbolic Add.
Creloin (Pearson) ................................... 00 bottle
Tanglefoot ........................................6c Package
Fly Button........................................5c Package
Stearn's Electric Rat and Roach Paste....................25c box
Peterman's Ant Food..................................25c box
Peternnan's Bedbug Poison.......................15 and 25 cents
D'AlImberte's Bedbug Poison, Muarnt'd.................... 50 Pint
Hooper's Fatal Food..................................c box

Let Us Fill Your Prescriptions.
WE% HAVE FILLED OVER TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND SINCZ
WE HAVE BEEN IN BUNEBSS.


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aPi ,y-in. The quarter deck of the ht-pompt ttnti.
fm a tleship was encc wed with canvas andIo at n
decorated with bunting and palms and :
Cleaned at plants.
TrAT FLORIDA FEMALEWeddingCakesaSpeciahy
esacola Pressing Clb ESJSHMENT AT TALLAHASSE adding CakesSpecia
NO. N PALAFOX STREET. "What do you think of the pros-1
pects for the state female school at W'S
Tallahassee?" asked the father of
several daughters of another paternal
parent of a houseful of girls of all
School ages. "Do you still intend to
Delicious ond your glrs there?" ( OMO'S Old Stand.)
Delicious ; pn (Solomon's OM Stand.)
"No, I'm afraid not." was the brisk
nrt v with an uncomfortable laugh. -
Foamn" S a I' wife and the girls all object to
Foaming Soda th- name Wife says that 'ec'ucators' /
| v ho are wiliing to conduct a 'female' ineT u y i W o
Flavored with pure fruit school are incompetent to instruct her
syrups and feminine daughters. And what she* t Be
vI ss goes where the children are con- D B
C h crned." There was a long silence.
,rw i ,b ,,-I- --eh e Up-to-Date
h T tl:en the frst parent said, slowly arnd InaI1
n, Creara 'hcurhttfully:
"'Well-I had sever thought of it
before-but-I--believe--your wife-- Must not fail to carry a
Can anything be more is-correct"
cooMnt a d refreshlag? "Of course she is. So was her moth- Fountarn Pen
Dor, wbho. though a loyal Georgian and NOVEL DEVELOPMEN
Do't ge ame for dhmer, w ts t. Methodlit. would not allow mv in his pocket. A. A. Waterman's The r lation na e se
drop in ar a midZlq wie to attend the Wesleyan Female "Modern" is the acme of perfec- The regulation navy blue serge or
lich-35 astsa. College or te same reasea." tion in fountain making, 3.60, cheviot or seclllienne may be used torm
Wenl, I deuarh more you think $u3.00, $3.50. i a advantage for this smart suit, in which
S 0? ttS rs te t the blouse may take the usual form, or t
io i amio e.mioawn the t-m, follow lines that are a clever combine ae
tbh l Boeebodo y A lion of blouse and Norfolk jacket In 1
thib presemaron It is the former styae F
Kandy Kitchen Cafe. ^s.S ?s.-. Z. COE'S BOOK STORE, t .,esen!aho*e^or. I
0 ad Kd Cal" Pa t Si35 r that is carried out. MShield and cllera
of nd, e t A =aoes235& 'S.P&LS are in white Itnea duck, The later
S &P a.hoa999 s I w123Pln mped with 1vYr tkftbenban. ds:
the iktra ** ** e ttman =r whIe the cravat of ribbon that Is t_ _


Shilgra Morbtu uni m -' A
PEOPLE AND EVENTS

asel in every funded of
oriplaiof mo ld be avoided." g0a p
SI vryS SCe. Had mid Dme Aiong Thoe Who Qo, Cme
hkn I t 1ti 41411001 and Tarrylr Vnn and Society, Here and EiubewziIea


Mr. Henry L. Oovlngton, Jr., left and learn discrimiastio in ts Use.
last night on the steamer Tarpon for Some of our Florida educational a -
Carabelle expecting to return probably, thoritles are in nee* of a course n
Saturday. 'English."
'It certainly does appear so."
Mrs. L Riedel and bildren return- -4.
j ed Saturday evening, after a pleasant LITTLE BIRDS
4 week's stay with frienma in Mobile. THAT RARELY SING.
\ r I Illustrating the danger of that "Half. ruit -
Mr. ad Mrs. W. W. Weekley re- baked knowledge-that "little learn-
turned yesterday morning from a trip ing" that is so dangerous a thing- cn
to the mountains of Georgia, North the Miami Metropolis recently pub- Acces olie
Carolina and Tennessee but spending lashed the following apt story:
their time chiefly at Hendersonville, The venerable Susan B. Anthony, at j A WeS npow your intend to
where they were very much pleased. the National Suffrage Association's
S. convention in Portland, Ore., assisted put up some fuit this year as
s P M Mr. John G. Wood returned last on the value of special education and
nand assimilation; purif and evening from French Lick Springs, special training. nsual, a n a berres, Dines
enric the blood; reguilatiosthebowels; Loulisville, and from Indianapolis, "t is useless," she said "to attemptI
quiets thenerves;hardens the muscls;im- Ind., where he visited his daughter to reform or elevate businesses or!and other hltS are now
plates the heart's action, and builds up and Mrs. P. A. Maker, formerly Miss customs that we have not thoroughly lely wi
ustains the entire system. Prescribed for Minnie Wood of this city, who is de- stuuted. When in ignorance, we try plentiful, you most likely will
alf a enturt b aing' doctors lighted with her Inalana home. to set right and to help the world, we
"D dy'l as si lately pure, ontais no do more harm than good. We make start at once.
Seold is thernmeonly whiskey rconied Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Campbell re- tools of ourselves.
*y te Government as a medicine.
At alldrugtsand grocers, or direct, S turned Friday night from a delightful "Indeed, we are then Mie a little Q You wl need some new ars,rubber
SMed calbookletfree. DuffynnMa outing spent at Atlanta, Spartanburg girl whom I knew when I was editing ings and rie bler.y always does.
IYG Co.,e cter, N. Y. and Hendersoville then to Lookout the 'Revolution.' The child went with q Jaare* s c y cheap now
EUGENE ARBONA, Ditributer. Mountain and returning via. Asheville, her teacher one afternoon to visit the r u Po-
._____ -- a all of which they enjoyed but are de- county prison. She became interested days t is fy to risk spoiae with old
lighted to get back to their own cozy in a convict who was knitting stock- and unsafe ones, for the contents are
home. ings, and stopped to talk with the always worth much more than the r.
T C ard man. heM there's the luap ida.nt er
T he C ard Miss Dxie lBss eaves to-ightfor "'Do you find it dull here, sir?' she ones '. fs mo t s
North Carolina where she will visit said.
then go to Richmond Va., before going "'Indeed, I do, miss,' the convict an- feature
to visit friends in Michigan. Her sis- swered. q We have the best k s now ready
Index System ter Miss Corhie Bass will join her "'Still.' said the child', 'the singing for delivery. Extra qulty bber rs
about the middle of August. of the birds helps to relieve the mo-
notony, doesn't it?'
Is the most convenient Mr. Charles M. Covington left Tues- 'Singing of the birds said the con-
s te most connie day morning for Jacksonville on busi- vict, in a puzzled voice.
and accurate system for ness. "'Yes,' said the little girl.
keeping accounts which "'What birds?' asked the man.
has yet been devised. Miss Willie EXhridge left Tueso'ay "The well meaning but ignorant
You can buy complete noon for Evergreen, Ala.. where she child with a helpful smile replied: HPA P 'M T
goes as delegate to the Epworth "'The little jail birds. They must PNAC tA
League convention. Miss Ethridge be a great comfort to you.'"
Ca d Index wwill remain in Evergreen for the quar-
terly conference and then visit other The flavor of Blue Ribbon Lemon GOOD MUSIC HEARD
Outfits points In Alabama for about ten days. and Vanilla Extracts is perfect. In AT ELECTRIC PARK.
S9fact, they are the only perfect Lemon
Hej Miss Huey and Miss Goldthwaite and Vanilla Extracts on the market.
H r who have been the attractive guests of Ask your grocer for Blue Lemon and' Some excellent music was heard last
the Misses Bass for several weeks. Vanilla. Takes less. Flavors per- night at Electric Park, when the band
leave to-day noon for their homes after fectly. of Prof. Chaffers appeared there and
a most delightful visit rendered a select program. Some late
SSt CARD OF THANKS. selections were rendered, and the mu-
sic was considered about the best lie-
SBk Sre Mr. W. C. Covington leaves to-night I take this method of expressing the tenddsc was consign the city this season.t li
Sfor his home in North Carolina after heartfelt gratitude of myself and fam- tened to the city this seon
a pleasant visit to his relatives here. ily to the many kind friends for the Owing to the very inclement weath-
CL Jahnsu, ip. sympathy and attentio so freely was not as large as has been the case
SJ O p sympathy And attend so freezer the crowd that attended' the event
NOTES FROM THE tendered, and for the beautiful floral s not as ge as h as been the case
ARMY AND NAVY RBGISTER. tributes so thoughtfully bestowed, on concertnits
Passed Assistant Surgeon Barton L. the occasion of the death and burial of
Wright, U. S. Navy, is on waking ord- my late husband. Their acts of love War Against Consumption.
era at 40 Oxford street, Pittsfield, and sympathy will always be grate- All nations are endeavoring to
Mass. He was recently on duty at the fully remembered, check the ravages of consumption, the
Nrnaval miral PenMwoa n Fla. MRS. JOHN WHITE. "white plague' that claims so many
ear admiral Roble D. Evans, Cap victims each year. Foley's Honey and
"tin Raymond Rodgers and Captain OF INTEREST TO SINGERS. Tar cures coughs and colds perfect-
ift* William Shefield Cowls, U. S. navy, The management of the Gulf Coast ly and you are in no danger of con-
wIl fl I i I ere among the guests at Newport, Fair and Agricultural Exposition to be sumption. Do not risk your health
R. I., on Tuesday when Miss Pauline held at DeFuniak Springs, Fla., Nov.. by taking some unknown preparation
Ho, Le Roy French, daughter of Mr. and 1-4, 1904, in pursuance of their policy when Foley's Honey and Tar is safe
Mrs. Amos Tuck F~encb, was present-, of providing only clean amusement and certain in results. Ask for
ed to society at a reception given by features for the occasion, and making Foley's Honey and Tar and insist upon
her mother at the villi In Redcross those features of a class to instruct having it. W. A. .i.lemberte, drug-
We can save you money and satisfy avenue of Mrs. Stnyvesant Le Roy, as well as amuse, have arranged for gist and apothecary,
you if you desire a first-class Piano. maternal grandmother of the debu- the biggest convention of oldtime
New Pianos from $100 to $600. tante. Mrs. French and her daughter singers ever held in the southeast, and
Be sure to see the Baby Piano- received in the main drawing room, as an incentive for classes from every 7 ,e Journal's Dat
smallest regular Plano made for young which was fragrant with many flowers section to attend, ill givee a prize of 1
and old alike, $100 to $175. sent by friends of thh debutante. $35 in cash for the beet class and a
It will pay you to call or write us. Both Mrs. French and her daughter second prize of $16, with a handsome
were dressed In gowns of white lace. diploma of excellence to each. Those
TUNING A SPECIALTY. Receiving with the debutante were interested can obtain full particulars
her aunt. Mrs. AlWred G. Vanderbilt. in reference to this and other features,
who wore an effecOtve gown of pale including a copy of the premium list
%U TE RU N green gause over white and a hat to of over $3.000 in cash for farm pro-
CLUTTER RUSHcrrspn : Miss Sad Jones and ducts by sending their addresses to
UW LR a RUSING, Mi.s Edth Deacon. debutantes, both, R. W. Stnrrs, Secretary, DeFuniak
of whom were In white Springs, Fla. r
1 E Government Street. The largest aeial event of the sea-i
PENSAC - FLORIDA sr at Nwport R. ., thu far was th MOSQUITO PROOF DOOR AND
PENSCOLA, c FLORIDA. o-nfne out party Monday afternoon of WINDOW SCREENS. H. G. DeSILVA
-ss.... Sadie Jones. daughter of Mr. and & CO. 2631T1w
Mrs. Pemb-oke Jones, the affair tak-'
^GLULF CITY ite the form of an afternoon reception'
te ded by all of the cottages andl
mreanin inltnudir Rear Admiral R. D.
Evans. Mrs. and Miss! Jones receirel
tl-e'r gaelts in the white and pink
WW l lkO drawing rnQ'rn ant ,he. were assisted ***aid***
MEMBERSHIP RATES 1.00 PER bMssP F-nh. Mi Slli
MONTH. hayRer, Miss E-lith DotIcon and Miss
MONT. vnthia Ro In t evening Mr.
Sad rles and Gt's Clothig and Mrs. Jones entertained the young
dyand d reired. oods called fr people at dinner on board the steam
ABELL FINCH, PROPS., yacht Narala and later in the evening
140 E. Govurh...nt t,, tHey were taken to the Iattleship Mis.
Phoe N e. 163. Pensacola, ari. where Captain Cowles awv a Orders for parties, weddings / I
Sdraughter of the late Admiral C. H. and all social functions given


e OLIVE "

SIpelcal to The Journal.
Olive, July .--Quite a crowd at-
tended the M. B. Church last Sunday
night at ppins. Those from this
Space were Misses Jennie and Lavates
Jendgaa, Mr. Robert Merritt, Mr.
Marh Creighton, Mr. Eddie Crelgh-
ton and Miss Anna Creighton and Mr.
Ed. Willams.
Many Olive people intend to visit
the protracted meetings in Pensacola
this week.
Miss Lizzie Merritt was the guest of
Misses Ninnon and Fscmnbia Jones on
Sunday.
We are pleased to say that Mr. Jodie
Oreighton is able to be out again. He
has returned to Miton.
Mrs. Alice Creighton has been quite
i11 for the last few days, but is slowly
improving.
Miss Mable Johnson, of Brent, is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Hoyt this
week.
Mr. Wiliam Hoyt of Pensacola, made
a pleasant visit here Sunday.
All '-he farmers are busy pulling
fodder.
CONDITION OF JAS. WHITE
CONTINUES TO IMPROVE.
tI
The condition of Jas. White, wh.
was shot one week ago yesterday by
W. F. Williams continues to improve,
and his physicians are much pleased
over the manner in which he is ral-
lying.
It is thought that the danger period
has now about passed, and it is pos-
sible that within a few weeks he will
be able to walk about. He is rapidly
recovering his strength.
Mr. White has not yet been told of
the death of his father aud Ed. Dansby,
the physicians deciding to postpone
telling him until he grows stronger for
fear that he might possibly take a re-
lapse.
CARD OF THANKS.
The relatives cf the late Edwin
Cosby Dansby desire to express their
gratitude and return thanks to the
physicians and nurses for their untir-
ing efforts in his behaif, and to the
many friends for great kindness shown
during his illness and death.
RELATIVES OF THE DECEASED.
HARRY H. TIEDEMAN
SENDS HIS SYMPATHY.
The Journal yesterday received the
following letter, which is self-explana-
tory:
"Waukegan, Ill.. July 22. 1905.
"Mr. Frank L. Mayes, Pensacola, Fla.:
"Dear Sir-I have just read in your
valuable paper of the terrible death of
my friend, Mr. John White. iPlease
extend through The Journal, my deep-1
est sympathy to the bereaved family.
Also my hopes for the recovery of my
friends, Mr. James White and Mr. Eu.
Daneby. From one whom Mr. John
White befriended. Respectfully,
"HARRY H. TIEDEIMAN."
A boon to travelers. Dr. Fowler's
Extract of Wild Strawberry. Cure i
dysentery, diarrhoea, seasickness, nau-
sea. Pleasant to take. Perfectly
harmless.
MOSQUITO PROOF DOOR ANDI
WINDOW SCREENS. H. G. DeSILVA
& CO. 26jlylw


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MAIL ORDER TRADE.

Orders for prescriptions and everything sold by a fir5t-
class o'rug store are filled and sent out by the first train
following receipt of order. Store is open all night and
orders received on the mid-night mail are sent out ar 7
o'clock in the morning, reaching the customer a few hours
after they are received.


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gralanPhis making for a clever and ao.
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THEY ARE STYLISH AND UP-TO-DATE.
Like uual, ou reputation for the past nine years tell
you we stand behind every sale.
No After Regrets Goes with Shoes You Buy From Us.



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fran this aict: Mother's Friend is meant for you, and by it,
Syou may p through that glorious martyrdom whih is
yours by divine right with no more discomfort than that experienced by
those w by ynatue-are possibly more adapted for the rote of motherhood.

MOTHERS FRIEND
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children who through its kindly offices have entered this
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North Hi, reelsdee, 10 reome.. 60.00
715 North ylen ..............i-40.0
304 North Spring ..............*00
Heoue near Perdido Wharf .... 20M00
21 West Rema"a .............. O
314 liat tron ............... 17.50
40 East Chase ................. 15.00
806 West Main ................ 1500
421 East Gerrearmn t ............11.00
MONEY TO LOAN AT THE LOW.
EST MARKET RATE OF INTEREST.


FOR SALE--2 floor show eases, heavy
plate, 2ttx3ftx6ft; 2 counter show
cases, double strength, glass l7inx261n 1
x'j ft; 1 table case square, double;
s'rengLh, glass 22inx27cx3ft; 1 trlpli-
cate French plate Mirror. glass 18x40; 1
wall mirror French Plate, glass 181');
1 arc light for gas. Will sell the above
at less than factory price. All new t
gods, going out of business; also 25:
pair sash, double strength glass, two
lights, 24x30. S. L Benham, 32 West
Government street. 26zly
FOR SALE, STIAM BOAT-Buitable
for freight and passengers. 85 fet
long. Great bargain. Write box 837,
Tampa, Fla., for photo and particu.'
lars. 2331y2%wo
00 TO D TURTON ar sa lbs a Nl
Cameras laded sa4 1m aas tree
of ehsrga Be makes beat bao
graphs la t e sout. 3 erws a %ai
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We want you to know and feel
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If You Want


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same time save you time and
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Our Methods


Ienll- 'lsa J)1 i Hient o PINE STAVES AND HEADNGS fo: are up-to-date and you will find
sale. Standard sizes. Prompt ship-I it a pleasure to deal with us.
A4 u.r Cam u r, 0 ~ ment. T. J. Whitted, Bonifay, Fla. I Our advice is free.
22ilylmz4
w. I NOWLES. rsi esie e t. L S rIS 4a EXCHANGE-160 acres In Ross coun-
J. B. STIU.MAN, %.-Pres. a CGL. Mmiw. UKW B 1 6I B Tur. ty, Ohio, for cutover land. Near Pen-
Real Es alt -e-- aer.sacola. Address J. L. A., ournaL. BROW N
office. 20jlylw*
215 South Palatox Street. PensecoIl, Florlde. FOR -SALE-Combination horse, 7 200 Thelsen BId'g
years old, 16 hands, sound and gen-
t!e. Also registered broad mare. A "WE SELL LOTS'*
WANTUED MLP WANT-- -ED RE. Hinman, Century, Fla. 6Jly _____,,-
StaeA--- WALL TINTS by experts; results
\-r co. State PERMANENT AND REMUNERA. guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice, Phone Ps Ord nd R oms
... t milk.Addres TIVE ENGAGEME T'awaits aoi. '485. 12julylm
S urnal. 26ily3t citor, lady or gentleman., ad collector FR SALE.-Two pair extra fine BOOM AND BOAr.X-Delightful lo.
T r., uy five lots lying to- of good appearance and address. C. ; m les sound and in god ctlon on bay shore; boating, haW
..., non of East Hill. D.. care Journal. 26jly3t condi. Also one 24orse St a ing and fishing. Inquire of Mrs.. C
; Addre "Lots. caw 'reiTHRME1 BAL MWN WANTD-i baker wagon.,W. S. Garfield. 41an Herman, at Flshervlle. 3junelm.
Ss aThree salesmen for oir new county, DO YOU want to buy or sll anything PART? who want to tret hor en~
T buy an extra good Toweip and Railroed Brvey of Flor- A little wat adwill bring woderfl teams or anything se for that
% in Pensacoli or in Santa Ia This survey Is a splendid com- reslt. The cast Is too minsgnlkcet matter, will and The Journal Waft
I c,.: ap for cash. Ad- pilHati of hcets, fgUres ad drawings to delay. Adsa & grt bdl.
\ Soule, Mary father, Santa and of wonderful value. Counties and
.. vla. 21Jlylm* towns fully Indexed and population of FOR SAL0-One Choice blk oBA top
each is given; railroads plainly shown of t7e ridge east of the eletrlo BA Y HOTUI,-Oen night and day.
S.::y g rl in need of rn d" datd bditnwtwe all -ons a" railway, between 7th and 8th streets, ?MOIPs Oh pan. O oiloght ad
;. advice. etc., will ad aown cagreeson d strict out Nature has favored this section and It elea. Traasent trade solicted 75.
ling assistanceby liednumbered and popaongiven cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubb. V7;9 oth PoaatP 0= . l a 1 .,
h. Matron of the Salvatio Other feature too n eroe to men- CHICKN W A p a
i Home. 33d t. ade tbn- A splendid opportiity for ener- Makes fowls espealy Mwe lame --
i .ngham, Ala. h. getic men. Rad, McNally & Co., The cheapest too to be Sk d *& LB
i, --The Merchants Transfr Chicago, I. 2jlylw" MeIlen A Co, Pbone aU. LOcT
your moving and ha WAND- d or gentleman of fai OR AL-A a eacrftoe fariture
guaranteed. T. B. Tor- educate o travel fo rm of f store, stock ad acoonts. Call t LOST-A white bull dg, with whi:e
Phone 978. 1tal, l travel for lrm o $250.. r 38-140 I ntendeula. l3a spot in right eye. Reward for re-
one ,. uSalary 81 72 per year turn to 3 South Palaox S 22yl
,-To buy for ash, a few payable weekly. Epenses advance. V OR L ro o er turn to 23 South Palafox St. 22Jlylw
American National Bank Address Geo. G. Clows, Pensacola, lot 3 blo ck f"rom Palato. lot 9x I T ed mnin oin
ite price. Address J. L. J, Fla. 235jl2t* 1S2 eoa r Me. L or par Ut a t. IOST-WedfiaHday mo rnin gong
.l. iJlmne2 qtre o Standaer ClothlnS OC rom Escaibia Hotel tonavy yard,
...' IWANTED--A first-class cook at old s Jan. via 8:15 boat. wallet containing sum,
Your ectric m of a Mill Inn, on Dummy Line Apply f money and paper of value to me
e ya MillInn.n Dummy Line. Apply FOR BALO-Se0ud -hand via& 8
us clean your t Miss Lie Taylor. 23 ,t FOR l fc only. Liberal reward for return to
,,: ,..:,amo. do your wlrlag. etc.' aylor perfect od Win ie 1Jl
1 l'ensacola Electric Co, WANTED--A cook. Apply 434 E. Za-- cash or or, time A real bargain. Can
.-'r I. r -lcia anu Baylen streets, ragossa. 23jlylw* be seen at James McHugh. zmea '
luae.l WANTED-Agents for a small quick FOR SALE-Fresh batter, cream, Money to Loan.
S. r '\') & CO r. e:cJ another selling article needed in every sweet milk, and buttermilk, deo
; m,: r.1 puie olive oil household. 50 per cent to agents livered at any time of day. No. 405 MONEY TO LND-On ood eal s-
n. r e.: Iu a iln a balf gallons "Quick Seller," Care Journal Office. E. Belmont street. Phone 907. 7jlylm* tat security, o oa good odllatern
23Jlylw* FOR SALE.-I am Florida State Agent at owt rate In LeR B
"AN t--h .. p., : .Pensacola WANTEID-A good nurse to stay on for Fire and Burglar Proof Safes and Fisher
ceate worr. ins. L i The Jourmal the place. Call 701 N. Palafox. Vauk Fixtures of all descripons MONEY LOAND oay aS an
A ..- :! te vprilen for you. )n manufactured by Alpine tafe ani kiond personal property. paySab
.e kxe die -:res., and can 2 'ljly Lock Company of Cincinnati, Ohio. ~wk my or mothl. Whm you need
S n:eI: 1,0u aec cooking for It YOUNG MEN-Our iluetrated cata- Communicate with me for prices and oey see me. J. A. Wllsc, 22% W.
e i..- :. the 2.,000 or 839,0W logue explains how we teach barber terms before buying elsewhere. Scar- gve~ n t att, Salisbury building
i. makes he population of trade in few weeks. mailed free. Moler rltt Moreno, Pensacola, F a toe I. 2dee
*a j Barber Collee, New Orleans, La. 28June.
". ilau::ug and transfer 2Jlylm-' U I t a aS S ot rm
,- ~, uce p wone C3. Residence WANTED.FAgents in different coun- p M~llane s WIma a
S AcotoU & White, 22-28 N. ties in Florida to hTuJie Alpine Safe su
for,.-e.mk r and Lock Co.'s Fire and Burglar Pfofev Build you a house, I will give you MONEY LOANED o WI kinds of pse
",AEL--Oere foN Tbe iourJ'tOSafes and Vault Fixtures of ever'B 2^ }^ ro
l,)al Pensacola and Panama Canal I dscription. Write me for terms prices on material. P. 0. Boa 288. saml property on short botee
. % chl will sh,r' appear. Scarrtt Moreno, Pensacola Fla., Flor- Phone 310. Joel Frater. Yard at Bay- Terms W.Ballard. upstairs
;. ta half-toe p ures ot city. ida State Ag ent. Jlune. len Street Wharf. 30junelm* 28% South Palafox St., Phone 1144
-and special scenes. 15 cents atell REGULAR MAIL INB-Good coorey 6Snot
S -jers at Journal office. Any intelligent person may earn a ac for traveling l. ily U t y t
.. good Income corresponding for viae for travel e y orl Chi ly to kD sn rinds of rtaml property.
hi ton- eeoad-landc Cork Oat p"eru; no cavaiebs ; ~K4 'e head Address M. Tggle, hipley, rat to
: .on e edn meal sacks. Out unnecessary. Send for particulars. m mec p a rate to bi s mea n olar
S .pments solcte. Write I Northern Press Syndicate, Lockport, loan, PI New k Lm CO, 2046
- ~ M :ien A Co. l0marchim N. Y .. 1)nem REAL ESTATE. South Palate.
h ,ouREAL gSTATE in all parts of eity.
A I, N'HgAM: want your eoviak bYo buy the grond ad we wi cMab an's P a-- ShoD n
Ssgaete g ou r % oUe- ar1n tie0 t p pay 402 S. PALAFOX ST.
-' ,.. FUKNTUEl Ho use. ONWl TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS.
I TUr., House. FR SALE-New SIager Sewing Ma- TAI RIOO-B. Diamead, ifter. Watsc Channs B as and all kinds
an DeieW"tes, Chains, and anysale
i. ics.e. Jeweiry and ay sale c Cheap. 14 N. Spring St. Get's clothing leaned, pressed .am t collateral security at lowest rate of
...e wanted. We pay cas .23y epred on short notice. No. 11 Interest Bauains Ia naredeemed t
A :ess P. O. Ioa 353. City. t rnm t St Pe ol. a P


L L.'. aiL BUSINiSS r old Berkshire herd toar, Duke f t
,I,.IAL BUSINELS iS s our Florida. No. 68,23. Also some ne' FOR ONE DOLLAR AND FIpTY
a;tIm and yor buae w-, young pigs. 1 sI-montfid-old boar, all CENTS per head, we will ha out
::: a le~t D. Hale WU- registered and transferred. Carl Set- dead horses, cows etc. Leave orders
t_ terlind, Chipley. Fla. 18jlyI a t s E136 t IntenenclBa Herring
\ \4 NTEl- Young lady THE WEST IUi WOOD YARD caan 0 Steb
n as stenographer, supply you with stove wood, block i SAILMAKER.
,: ::ryr .town. Comn- oe wood, spilt wood, pie akots, or J. H. PORTER, sallmaker, 7Tl South
Sfizure. References t kindling. Ring phone I0. C. H. Palasoz street Orders take f tot
.. care Joirnal. 8jlyl:m willUams, proprietor, or. St., sad teats, awnings, camp stools and h se
.- -. Jackson. mMrile ms. etc. Prices ressou" l sua


,iou-c in.,; Saunders
v -thon,' Lhiidren, who
,'ardi;-.. Call at Jor-
t-i' K.\.i. 25Jl.lv
*"!iwe ro-m sith show
at. a34 S. Palartx.
lj.ylm')


Te\he-room dweltlu;
;:.d Wriht. Suitable
*- Apply W. S. Ga.-
l2juiy
Sfive-room cottage
'-rncr 1:;h street an4
S:: a: Turton's Photo
12july
if-,r floor of desirable
Nr:th HIill. unlurnish-
*; ,are Journal.

S \ -!d s.enc lately o>.
S :. W S. Hall. No. M11 W.
P"liy to R. M. Cary.
S' "reet. Pue
S.. :::y.room 'home, o-, %
; *: anw' Zarragossa tree.
S,'ar'ig house. Apply
:.. J. Moreno, 216 EaK rJn m


For M00A.
Small cottage, rents for $8.00 per
month, on Romana, Just east of Tarra-
gona street. This will be business
property. Only open for a few days.
RENTS COLLECTED
MONEY LOANED.


LESLIE E. BROOKS
204/ S. Palafox, Flsher Building


DIRECT STORY
CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL.
There will be a meeting of this
body on the first and third Wednes-
days of each month at 7:30 p. m. All
delegates are requested to be pres-
ent. Z. W. ROBERTS,
W. L. DLIAY, President
% Secretary.


Penacola Lodge No. 3. K. of P.
meets every monday evening at 8:00
o'lock at Umtir Castle Hall, BtMont
Watson build sg, corner Palatox aad
Orede street Vsiting bretarm ea
diall welcoamet.
J. H. BREWTON, C. C.
.L BOORLSD. K. of R. & &


Rahbone odge No.
80 KI of P., meets every
Thubnday evening at 8:00
oolock in their C(atle
ai, tItM floor, Blount.
Watsom builmad sou th.
Awet corner Palatis and
OGardeb streets Vsitin knights are
cordias weeoaed.
K aC EUTT C.
C.Z Levy, of R A &
Knigts of Celumbu.
Ms eetngs of the
S Knihts of Oolumibu
*n n aro held at their hall,
No. 8 West Inten"e.
Scia street, on every
SMonday evening at
r 7:0 o'Clock. An, I.
SvtaUton Is extended
to visiting Knights.
JOHN B. JONIB ,
EDM. FOX. Grand Knight.
Recorder.
W Legfe N~ 4 I. 0. 0 P .
Pensaeola Lodge Noa I. 0. 0. .,
mets every Thurs4ay evening at 7:8t
at the ew hall on West Uarwi
street Visltings brethren oordia'L
aviteL. N.A. NMLSON, N. 0.
B. B. WrI'AOVL0 b, Secetary.
RBBRKAI SISTERS,
NIaomi Lodge Na 10, Xebekah auo.
tenm emtb every Monday night at
So'ckd Ib L 0. 0 a 7.aL e
citing sisters cordially Invited to ie
resent MIBS NWITA M. ELLIOTT.
1188 MAMIE FREMAN. Secretary
W.O.W.
ive Oak Camp No 1, W. 0. W,
meets 1a Pythlan Hall lt and Sr4
Wedeesdays in each month. Visiting
sovereigas cordially Invited.
I* A. BOGHICH, c. a.
lraSU a BROOkI, Clerk.
Exeoleler Poumpment, 0. O. P
aceltor acsapment No 4 meets
on sco sad fourth \vednesdays a.
L 0. 0. I. .Ua1. West Garden
street. Visiting patriach Invltae
'. 0. 8TINSON,
JOHN WIIIX)C% 8cribs
hlief Patriarch.


Joppa Lede, No. 6, .. 0. 0. .
joppa Lodge No. L O. O. .,
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30
'clock at Raford Hall. West Garden
street. Visiting brethren cordially ln.
rited. H. JPUDEVINE, N. G
C. L. SMITH, Sec.
Oask sGove Lodge No. 4, Woodmen's
Cire, meets every Thursday at 3 p.
Visiting sovereign cordially invit-
MRS. B. L LSN,
LILUE BRANUM, Guardian.
Clerk.
M. E. B. A. No. 81 meets first anC
third Wednesday evening at 7:80 p.
n., Rafford Hall, No. 10 West Inten
lencia Street.
A. G. FELL, Prie
J. L. SWEEN See.


F. M. WILLIAMS,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Office, Brosasham building, n xt
to Pensacola Business College.
Prompt attention always given
to business. Pensaoola, Fla.
* *------ 4


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NOTICE.
SNeither the Captain, Own.
ers nor Consignees of the
Br 3S Homewcod will be re-
sponsible for debts contract.
ed by the Crew of said vessel.
H. C. JORGENSEN,
Captain.
JOHN A. MERRITT & CO.,
Consignee.


Six desirable building lots at
*2,000.

EAST HILL PROPERTY

A Nice Homre 505 Gadsden, 7 rooms, at



SEE OUR BOARD FOR MARGAINS.


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DAILY S'CHEDULE tofes!ional Directr


For team '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 7:35an
9:50am ar Ft. Barrancas 10:30am
12:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 1:30pm
3:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 4:30pm
6:15pm ar Ft. Barrancas 7:00pm
*8:10pm ar Ft. Barrancas *8:50pm
*Saturdays only.
Trains leave Fort Barrancas for


Pensacola at-
8:00am ar Pensacola 8:40pm
11:00am ar Pensacola 11: 40a
2:00pm ar Pensacola 2:4lupm
6:15pm ar Pensacola 5:55pm
7:00pm ar Pensacola 7:45pm
*9:00pm ar Pensacola 9:45pm
SUNDAY SCHEDULE
Electric car will leave Pensaco!a
every hour from 6 s. m. to 10 p. m.
inclusive, and Saturday night only at
11 p. m., and leave Bib Bayou for
Pensacola every hour at 7:30, 8:30,
and so on until 10:80 p. m., with the
exception of the first car leaving Pen.
sacola at 6 a. m., which will, on re-
turning, leave the Big Bayou at g:3
a. m., and the 2 p. m. car will leave
Big Bayou at 2:40 p. m.
The above Is the week day schedule
which will begin Friday, April 15.
Electric car will leave Pendacola at
7, 8, 8:50, 9:50, 10:50, 11:50, a. m. and
12:50. 1:50, 2:50. 3:50, 4:50, 6:50, 6:50.
8, 9 and 10 p. m., running throug'a to
the Big Bayou, and Immediately re-
turning from Big Bayou to Palmetto
Beach will await arrival of steam
train from Pensacola and will then
run to Pensacola ahead of the traij
from Fort Barrancas.
The steam trains will run as at
present, but will observe this electric
car schedule and will work to connec-
tion with it.


Pensacola, St. Andrews and

ilf Steaw ship Co.
STEAMER TARPON
W. G. BARROW, Master.
FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER AND
FREIGHT SERVICE
-Between-
PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACHI.
COLA, CARRABELLE, ST. AN-
DREWS, MILLVILLE.
And all points on St. Andrews Bay,
Carrabelle and Apalachicola.
SCHEDULE
Leave Pensacola Sunday, 8:30 p.
m., for Mobile, Ala.
Leave Pensacola, Tuesday, 8:30 p.
m., for St. Andrews, Millville, Apa.
lacbicola, Carrabelle and intermediate
points.
For additional Informatlon apply t
J. R. SAUNDERS,
E. R. COBB, President,
Gen. Frt. and Pass. Agt.
Pensacola. Fla.


COTTRELL,
Fino Photograph
Penacola Florid


For Rent.


700 West Intendencia ..........
328 West Intendenola ..........
80 North th avenue ..........


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9.00
8.00


STORES AND OFFICES.
315ys South Palafox; upstairs,
suitable for club or office .
705 South Palafox.
207 East Gover,....ehL
MONEY TO LOAN AT THE LOW-
EST MARKET RATE OF INTEREST.


We Advrtise Free.


FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY


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C@LLECTItE @7 rENIW A OIALTr
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206 ai~el.


DR. R. G. BUCKNER,
SPECIALIST
EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT.
Office 71/, u. Palafox St
Office Hours: 9 to 12 and 3 to 5.

PATTILLO CAMPBELL,
Attorney atLa w.
Room 405 Thiesen Building.

THOSE. PEBALEY,
LAW, REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND
COLLECTIONS.
PALAFOX AND ROMAN.
PHONE 559.

J. P. STOKES,
Attorneyand Counsllorat Law
108 East Government Street.
General Law Practice.

GEORGE DOUVILLE,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Room 500 Thiesen B'd. Phone 734

DR. BOULTER,
DENTIST.
MODERN DENISTRY
-at-
MODERATE PRICES
Offce-Southwest corner of Palafox
and Intendencia.

WELSH & SMITI,
DENTISTS.
PHONE 525.

DR. JNO. B. TILLER,
Dentist.
Room 8, Brent Building. Phone, S.



DR. YATES

will be out of town

July 30th to be ab-

sent until August

22nd.


L. C. PHILLIPS, M. .
HOMEOPATHIST.
Ofice at No. 7% 8. Palafto, Blo
Building.
Office Hours-8:30 to 11 a. m., ai
Sto 5 p. m.
Residence, 10 North Palafox. Phone
65-two rings. Ofice Phone 61
Sundays-Subject to calL


GRIST AND CORN MEAL MILL&
M. F. GONZAL&Z & CO.. Props
Manubeturers
CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GROUI8
STOCK FEED.
mty pya mit and stock fee fro
the mho- anucturer, a c-"-
home w*Lustry. stri abute to hm
labor, ad leave yo- mmer In ms
etty.


Pabst

Blue Ribbon

Bottle Beer,


has no equaL
SoMd -r


S.A. Friedman
wholesale DilstmiAbt

Leader In Imported wi



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IF YOU HAVE IDLE MONEY, OR


MONEY NOT EARNING


8 OR 10 PER CENT
BETTER ET E US AT ONCE AND IRJLT U8 PUT IT TO
WitRK I'< lth YOU. WE HAVE A LARGE NUMBER OF
Rr'Ii. I:E.1' ATl: INVESTMENTS THAT W LL, NET YOU
AN IN' IM'i OF MORE THAN THEMS PERCENTAGES,
B1TIDE AN INC REABi IN INTRL'IC WORTH EACH
YE.It A-K ~ S 'GR PARTICULARS. GLAD TO AN-
SWERI A.Y QUESTIONaS.


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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% aznd 8%.'"

REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
Block 189, New City tract, 20 lots, at $3500.00.
Block 16S, New City tract, 20 lots, at $175.00 per lot.
South half of blocKt 143, New City tract overlooking Bayou, 6
lots, at $1500.00.
Block 120, New City tract, ovedlooking Bayou, 20 lots, at 32760.
A very desirable Dwelling, 6 rooms, now rented, North Hayne
street. at $2260.00.
Dwelling North Hill, near car line, $2250.00.
Two-stor 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

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


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AED ClEW Of LICL M SW IFYoiSENDUS YOUR
P T, AND A S "A"i WE WILL *E PLEAt
Cleared. TO "AIL YOU SOM INTERESTING FA'
adynion,, B ship, Nyland, 1182, A S LIFE .ASURIANC
ftBnr ueos Ayres, with 87,660 s8ft sawn
y shts pflTUBESE FOR SHOLaber; wtth 907,068 s ft lumber.
SVod Be SP U LrpoFR CUO Wa Hu t S. THE EQUITALE. Stgst in the
Can't afford to wear fair tein, Ital as, for Naples.
SladrVESSELS I OT. KnowiesdBros.sWen

Our arts at $1.00, $1.in 25 fttet i s Facts andFigres wi Palmas to Fr. J. e 1
and $1.50 fit perfectly, are CDrtha, By as, Johnsony 541, Ha-
durable and give satisfac- Thts th Crew of NNavy. ficentaslts df Sich The Star Steam as to Export Lumber Co.
tion. Our stock of fur- E MI Br as, Nielsen, 1229, Pomlron
nishins complete I T a Syst. Laundry. The Union Central LifA
87 L Garden St. Phone 114. Vera Cruz to F. O. Howe & Co.
N A letter bearing the signature of Editor Pensacola Journal: Peneaola, Pla. Goodwood, Br as, Boog. 2313, Balti-
Acting Chief W. C. Porter of the bu- At a time when thqre has been a more to Wm. S. Keyser Co. hal a 3ow" death ratS, lower epene re.
reau of naviSation., has been received very noticeable and ppreclable in- Homewood, Br as, Jorgensen, 1263, ratny company de b e
at the Peasacola navy yard, in which crease in the tax levy of the state of "omaron to order.
rUn~l e ithe thanks of the Portuguese govern-i Florida and Eecambia county, it GIVE YOUR HAULING TO Inchmoor. Br as, Curtis, 3078, New- It ould be esy or yea to decd the r-
,ment are returned to the commanding seems to me that a few fates and castle to Gulf Transit Co.
t |ofcer tid crew of the naval tug figures relative to local taxation for Navigator, Br as, Netherton, 1648,
O, ceo&t whtch arrived here last week school purposes and its beneficent li U t Vera Cruz to A. A. Brown & Co. ,
from Key West for saving the lives of results would not be wholly inappro- Thor. B. Thorsen, Prop. Romola, Br as, Presant, 1380, Huelva
Anything the pto-date e crew of the Portuguese barkentine the public schools of the HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION to Master. ,
man needs for business or Some time since the bark, bound South are undergoing a renale nce, a -to Quit Tana slt CO. 2
dress wear. from New Orleans for Oporto with a mighty revival, the real goals of SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO Telesfora, Span as. Bengua, 291.
cargo of staves, went on a reef be- which seem to be the more efficient AGGAGE DAY OR NIGHT. Liverpool to Pensacola Lumber Co.
tween Dry Tortugas and Key West, supervision of schools, and the pro- PHONE 9- Wanderer, Br as, Hmnte., 2666, l AI.Wr s -
--- and had it not been for the timely ar- vision, by local taxation, of public Liverpool to A. A. Brown & Co. I On VVor and S U pp lY
rival of the Osceola, under command school funds sufficient to establish P. O.C OX,. o Bara
of Fred Muller, the crew would no'and maintain schools that will carry DeGrogori Globatta, Ital bk, Fer- Manufacturers and Repairers of
John W hdoutbt have been drowned, practical and wholesome education to r, 1294, Buenos ATres to Yellow MACHIN RY AND BOILRS
The tug endeavored to first save thethe very homes of the children of the URCENTIoE STILLSrC .
OifitertoM n Bbarkentine, but it was an old vessel, rural districts. TURPENTINE TILLS. Hudso Nor bk, Knudsen,771F IS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUIr
having been built about 32 years since,1 Hon. Hoke Smith, of Atlanta, Ga, don to order.
205.07 s. PS~aand it was impossible to do anything in speaking of popular education inM cMillan Bros. Co. o o e.c C n va 5 or J eco' e o ad Tm
wit for amshetugothcnlbrtedLbydnd' McMillan Bros. Co, 1
othe South, said: "The rural school from Genoa, to Rosasco Bros.hF,
Ph e 225. took off the crew of thirteen men, car- question is the great probl#r- Manufacturers, Magellan, Nor bk, Moller, 1148, Rio Chans of all descriptions.
r ing them to Key West. t tween eight-ninths and elghtt et MOBILE', ALABAMA. Janeiro to Southern States Lumber Office Phone 123 P. WTT
This fact was communicated to the1 of our people live_-in the countryandCo.
.avy department and afterwards toyet not one-third of our agricultural Oceana, Port bk, Molledo, 1123, New
the Portuguese government. The lat- lands are being tilled, and that one- V Orleans, o H Baar e & Co.
W ate S0 t enr. through _its representative at: third not tilled as weil as It should Tho mas.re80,ans H. Baart & Co.
W alter lootWashington, t ankd the department be What blessings an be carried ToMA R K E T S c ar. a.
SDPcYand tOAheatter n turn forwaraid a to these people of the rural sectionsS conr
General Dealer in t Op e navy yard for transmission when first-class schools are furnished Naval Storep Market. Harry W. Lewis, Br sch,, 279, Matan.
dtvrlftCto thice 6rew, to all of them!" Savannah, Ga., July 25.-The naval zas to J. A. Merritt &Co.
IC cy c U n Cured Brights Disease Solution Is Taxation, stores market closed to-day as tol- Lassel, Am sch. Reynolds, 1225, Bal-
Geo. A. Sherman, Lisbon Rediea i This quotation from Mr. Hoke Smith lows: timore to master.- rang In our indeper
SLawrence Co., N. 'Y writes:"I ?ha deOnes very well the problem of edu- WW .........................$5 00 Nelson M. Atwood, Am sch, Watt. ereats purpose, l
kidney disease for many years and cation in the South. However, prob- WG ................$1 75 to $4 85 653, New York to order. fingers and we love
had been treated by physicians for lem though it be, it must be remem- N ........................... 4 40 Ships.
CYCLES REPAIRED. twelve years; had taken a well known bered that it is not now everywhere a M ...........................4 20 Agostlne Terrizano, Ital ship, Cu-
CYCLES FOR RENT. kidney melcine and other remedies problem unsolved. There is a solu- K ........................ 4 15 nera, 1170, Liverpool to master.
that were recommended but got no' tion; this solution is local taxation, I ...................$1 05 to $4 10 Evelymion, Rus ship, Aylinr, 1882, St.
an Safes, Cash Registers, 'type relief until I began using Foley's Kid- and it is now being applied in many H ................$..4 00 to $4 05 Navaire to master.
'writers, Guns, Pistols. Locks and U "n. iy Cure. The first half bottle re-! states and counties-still far too few G ...................$3 90 to $3 95 Policy
brellas repaired. ieved me and four bottles have cured -with the most flattering results. F .................. .$3 85 to $3 90 r
lawn Mowers, Scisedra, Knives, me of this terrible disease. Before! While, as have just stated, there is E ........................ 3 75 local tax, merely but a tax sufficient
eta., sharpened. I began taking Foley's Kidney cure already a revival of interest in the D ...................$ 45 to $3 65 to provide for schools of at least eight wi serve a nobte
Most complete line it keys la the I had to make water about every, direction of better schools this inter- C .................... .3 35 to $3 50 or nine months' duration. It is not case death. p mi
city fifteen minutes, day and night, and, est can be kept up only by keeping Spirits Turpentine, 57'/2 cents. necessary to quote further from the a fortune, or xfmp
Spased a brick-dust substance, ani before the people the vital necessity facts as observed by Mr. Cloyd in his leave behind from d+
12 EAST INTENDENCIA 8S sometimes a slimy substance. I be-: for such reform ano' it is the purpose comparison of the above two counties it's as g,,d as a
PHOS IN 1 I lieve I would have dies if I had not of this article to show how, in some Education Board, made a special study oW Georgia, as there are conditions ex- bond. Take one out
PHONE 113,3. taken Poley's Kidney Cure." W. A. counties, by means of local taxation, of the condition existing in the two isting nearer home, to which we may, remind you.
D'Alemberte. druggist and apothecary the improvement of the schools has counties ot Georgia, Bibb and Han- with profit, turn our attention.
N1 Q RDTI6H~T A O Pbeen effected, while in other counties cock. That a few of the most impor. stai lR O
conditions remain backward because tant facts resulting from his investiga- The Local Situation. M
Sl I of the lack of sufficient funds, and to tlon ano study of tiese two counties Nearly all the readers of The Jour-
Manufacturers of show, further, how, in counties bav- may be stated as clearly as possible., nal *re, perhaps, familiar with the AGENTS NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.
and Dealers in II g a local school tax, the school sys- I will quote his own language briefly, fact of the County Educational Board's
LUMBER, LATHS, SAWEDCYPRESS M tem may be still more improved by stating by way of introduction that in recent effort to have the local school 7 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. .PHONE NMI
SHINGLES AND KILN- an increase of such tax provided, of Bibb county local taxation prevails, tax raised from five to seven mills PENSACOLA, FLA.
DRIED SAPS. course, said tax is insufficient to pro- while in Hancock county, at the time The Journal readers are familiar, too.
go"vide the necessary revenue. of Mr. Cloyd's visit, there was no local perhaps with the additional fact that
About two years ago, Mr. David E. tax: the board succeeded in getting an in-
Th l t t W SSCloyd, school visitor for the General Conditions in Georgia crease of only one mill in the local Il iitii Ii lfli llllllti'Ii
Iyd o v r fr th G a onions in Georgia. school tax levy for the coming scho-
Su l i"These two counties are in the plastic year, making now a total tax of
same agricultural belt, and are b'Wt six mills for local school purposes.
aylen and Intendenca. fifty miles apart. Thirty years ago Now Escambia county has indeo' a
lb It W YITCH EL 'S they were under practically the same verye good public school system, com-
M ITCIrELL98"conditions, with whatever difference i paratively-quite above the average in f hours during the day when it Is not needed
S. F I q there might have been decidedly i the Gulf states, and far superior t
MAU AD E L, favorr of Hancock county. Since that that which obtains In many other 2the kitchen unneceasarily-and coal costs mor
EATS AND VEGETABLES POUL Died yesterday at Jakin, Ga., and Famous Scotch and Irish ime great differences nave arisen, Southern states, yet our system in
TRY AND GAM4E Ir SEASON. growing out of the two very different Escambia county is still susceptible A Gas Range Burns nl When Needed
FREE ELVERY. Will Be Buried This Ater- school systems. Bibb county has had o considerable improvement, as the
FREESDEIVERY.the power of local taxation for thirty recent action of the school board, in for
PHIL JONES, MANAGER non at than, Ala. WISK IES years and has had efficient supervi- its petition for a seven ill school tax a Gas Gas Water tchen.ater? Whs
PHIL JONESs MANAGER ion, while .Hancock county has never would alone indicate, and the fact that -te
PHONE 895. had the power of local taxation and the board failed to secure the desired them.
Telegraphic information reached the Are recommended by Analysists and has had efficient supervision only seven-mill tax, should set the people --
city last night to the effect that John Doctors for their purity andexcellence. a'uring the six years" service of the in Escambia county, who are really 5
Pen c olta McDavid died yesterday afternoon See that you get present superintendent, interested in public education, to think- PNAO A
PR saCola about 4:30 o'clock at the home of his "In Bibb county, the minimum sal- ing-and their thinking should result PN S
las ica Sch o. daughter, in Jakin Ga., where he had; M*hll's W ary for white teachers is $40, and for iin some early remedial action.
ClaSsical School. been for some time. The funeral will MitChel S Whiskies negroes $30, while in Hancock county Without funoa's to carry on its work 2
be held this afternoon and the inter- the minimum is $25 for whites and the County Board is powerless to 5 27 East Garden Street. Phon
ment will be made at Dthan, Ala. and don't be persuade to take any $14 for negroes. And the maximum make any progressive innovations i 'litltliiiii4IllllilMtItl.l iiiiitiiill ..ll l Illl l
J'tsry ScD l hr John Mofavid was an old residents other. s a ke alary In Bibb is $180 for whites and whatever, and while public education '" l'W illlililliU illllt 1ifh
of Pensacoda and was known by nearly $55 for negroes, while in Hancock the in Escambia county is progressing,
T<]: ^SA I *1 everyone here. He was engaged in 7 Corf's Building, Preesen Row, corresponding salaries are $100 and there are a few important things need- of the county; better salaries for
Business here for many years and had $40. d needed now, among which the teachers; more teachers, by which the CAPTAI
B I condioSrable business interests here at Liverpool, England" "In Bibb county 10 per cent of the following are perhaps the most promi- number of pupils and grades coming
Sthe time of his death, beiqg the senior white teachers hold first-grade cer- nent: The extension of the school under each teacher may be reduced B N I MI
"One of the very best secondary member of the McDavid-Hyer Co. He s i t!ficates and 100 per cent of the ne- term to eight months in all the schools and more efficient work thereby se-
schools in the South."-Prof. Walter wvas a man of the strictest integrity groes hold second grade certificates, cured; and. lastly, a higher grade
MMler, lzmane University. and he possessed the confidence of Certainly, a much higher grade of teaching force. There are other needs.
The Sixth Annual Session will be- all who had business dealings with work is being done in the schools of of course, but these are the most strik-
gla September 18, 1905. him or who knew him. T*e W a ro Bibb county where a vastly larger per- U ing perhaps, ani' to secure these
The Pensacola Classical School fur- Two daughters, Mrs. Flowers, of |c fT ir ntage of college and normal gradu- things, there must be a further in- CUPID, ROBT. L E.,
* las the elements of a sound ed Jakin, Ga., and Mrs. Flowers, of Do- va v ates are employed, ana' where the term t rA crease in the county's school taxes, EDNA .,
cattn. than, Ala. are the only surviving mem- of service is practically for life. The or there must be a greater school rev-
It offers every advantage for prepa- bears of his immediate family, but he two things that make these facts andi t 1 enue otherwise provided.
tlO for the best colleges, universi- leaves a great many kinspeople HOS Patent conditions possible are the exer Aagaint Taxation.an h
ties and scientific schools in the coun- throughout Georgia, Florida and Ala- of the power of local taxation, and i a Votertai anc t Taxation. Aan b. e by_ r t_


try bama. emcient school supervision. V In a certain county of southeast Ala- weh Tem ralonan
is instructors are thoroughly equip- Pensacollans in general will hear Decrease in Illiterates. bama there was an election held. dur- silshig Tackle and
ped teachers in the departments ot the news of Mr. McDavid's death with "According to the census of 1893 Vde ding apri' for the purpose of a shed if desire
work in which they instruct, the deepest regret. and 1898 the percentage of llterates v deding for or against local taxation. PHONE 20
The pupils received are limited to and 1 the percentage of illiterates h The school system la that particular *MONE
The a pupils received are limited to iu Bibb county, between the ages or This is the only opportu- county stand, much in need of im-
eu a number as will insure a care- A wheelman's toot bag isn't complete ten and eighteen, has decreased from pity you will have to meet provemen
tel supervision of the work of each. without a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Elec- treo 1n whites, decreased from pity ou wll have to meet proeent, or, more truly, perhaps. PT IE E
The individual is the unit of Instruc- trick Oil. Heals cuts, bruises, stings, 4 to for the whites, and from 20 to the representative of the regenerato State Prlntendent
tim. sprains. Mona.-h over pain. g 5 for the negroes. In Hancock coun-, well-known NEW YORK Hill went to this county Just on the OWNER.
student Labatories for students of CLOSED TO-D ty the corresponding percentages are house, the eve of the election and made speeches
Studeuce The ocfr students of the D TO- David-Hyer 5 to 1 and 28 to 23. Even these figures in endorsement of local taxation but_
A large well-equipped gymnasium Com n of thbe closed toad-Hayonac Will outwear ten other show avery great difference n favor llm-Fe ber C when the ballot ws mad and the
and a systematic course in physical count of the death of John McDavid. stockings of similar make. of Bibb county. And, considering that, *9 vote was counted, to the surprise and
culture insures a healthy growth of Gives strength to the as a rule, a large percentage of illiter who will take your measure disappointment of the superintendent, CII
the body to accompany and strengthen MOSQUITO PROOF DOOR AND knee., Will not tear or ate people congregate around manu- for there was lackng one vote necessary
the mental development. WINDOW CREEN H.G. DSILVA break. Sizes, 6% to 10. facturing establishments of which tr the passage of the local tax meas-
h s entd oure son o daughter .I CO. 26Jlyw there are more than fifty in Bbb1 coun- i te o ure. When the facts were learned
gired for college work, when every tives, the above figure becomes even His line is the most com- the towns, where it carried by a large
te for earning end pe- Notice to the Public more significant. The reader may Ite that will be shown majority ude o tt en s hOpe to ch rter b
esnal attention are offered here at N tc Porhcdraw his own conclusions regarding here this season, containing .-eaterdb
bo hoerSmU Nthe effect of a gooe' system of schools.' full length patterns of all r i'te r l c e
For catalogue or further information Mr. Cloyd further shows that in the latest and up-to-date b*ut in the rural pscinct the summer recreation.
res LOCAL UNIONS 47 AND 107, CAR. Bbb county, a county with a good novelties. Ask to see the districts which would have receive
H. CLAY ARMSTRONG, PENTERS AND JOINERS OF AMER.- System of schools,. provided by lom "Alpine Weaves," the new. the most bent with sol -o r
Principal. ICA. AND LOCAL UNION 459, PAINT- taxation, the assessed valuationof eat fad among stylish, well- the vmeary m et wth darsfgm cawo Formerly saip's bon
P90 N. Spring Street, Pencolal. ESIC AND DECORATORS AN PAINT- taxable property during the last twen- dressed men. Orders taken thevery -, m wh-ch hey
S 90 N. Spring Street, Peneacola. ERS AND DECORATORS ANO PA- h. y Pa _y M e ty-two years has increased more than forM I nredlate or future de- iougt a tath pi
SPER HANGERS OF AMERICA. W hy PayMore?per ttha prize castle in Hancock countries.
WILL HAVE A BUSINESS AGENT the assessed valuation has actually de- livery. We will guarantee a
AT T H E I R HEADQUARTERS, creased more than 15 per cent. In to fit ad pleose you. And, ow, i fst
ROOM NO. 1, OLARMORY BUILD- Bibb county the length of term is nine THURSOAY, FRADAY AND to the conviction that In Eceambin Has full canopy an
months, and there were in 1903, 413 SATURDAY, JULY cor y tere i s seed t a sarther portable boat in the b
ING, TO RECEIVE REQUESTS students above the eighth grade, while 27th, 28th, 29th. Ire n the r od tax a that
FROM PARTIES WISHING WORK H .e Ue UMOin Hancock county. the length of term Join ingther o of at' id sada ad-
DONE IN EITHER OF THESE is live and one-half months onry, and aJon states, a- a tes that are not MAX KLEIN,
.. I LINES, ANO WILL E OGLAD TO CASH CLO IER there were, in 1903. only sixty students L .- tbn edPiR VERDICHIA"
FURNMSH MEN TO O0 IT AT 3 above the eighth grade. 0 0 ng
!(MA AT0 ^ T SCALw7Certainly, the fact that so may-I L MAYER.at Ie .^ PHONES, 3
mY THIEM. above the o th in Bibb county sho lli t i V d tI- answer: Is school ta
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