The Pensacola journal
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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: August 4, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Latest Telegraphic News Serv -Foregn and s -Fu shed by The Associated Pe
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Friday and Sturdy variable


is always read by nearly iJ

NO. 187


bIurir IaitI SrMo Says tn-

IS HOPEFUL s -o$"isks-i

Orleans Shows lumcre I PATIENTS WITH ANY KIND OF
Number of DeIaths. ^ _^^ u
By Associated Pres.
EccGN QUARANTINE BEING Washington, Aug. 3.-The marine
hospital service has issued a circular
p-T NT0 EFFECT BY NORTH-on the prevention of yellow fever.
.bTERN COLNTIES-TERROR Directions are given for the suppres-
AND SEROUS RE- sion of the mosquito as the only means
of preventing its spread. "No moe-
aiTbS APPREHENDED. quitoes. no yellow fever." is the motto
at the head of the circular. The doc-
ument says:
Ey Associated Prss "Infection of yellow fever is carried
:, A :-,~%t#**4444. by mosquitoes and by no other means
can the infection spread. Persons
S n s. Aug. 3.---Fol- take disease by being bitten by mos-
.immary of the quitoes that have previously bitten a
.:- -;uatiou up to 6 yelloww fever patient. Mosquitoes to
ht: become infected must bite a yellow
S to date 432. fever patient during the first three
,dav. 5; total deaths i days of his attack. These first three
, days are. therefore, the most impor-
.j lci. 11; total sub- 'tant for preventing the access of mos-
Squttoes to the fever patient.
S"It is often difficult to decide, dur-
.-., : i..: .. t... -..-:.- ing the first three days, whether a
patient has yellow fever, hence the
- ATION IS STILL necessity, in threatened communities.
REGARDED AS HOPEFUL. of placing mosquito bar immediately
around every patient with fever of
ans, Aug. 3.-While the any kind for at least three days.
hows an increase i-, the Necessity of draining and screen-
n*ew case.- and deaths and in are dwelt upo with much em-
siderable spread of the in- p.asis.
.11 the situation is regarded
by the health authorities.
not concealed the expecta-
for some days to eome,
he a daily avetie of
-five new cases and a II o11_ I *O Rl
*:w:ber of deaths owing
infected terrtterWy. .R
-'-nce the
i; fever at
a '' : ,. haF seized RAPIDLI
: '. v.- ; ,,lnties in
-~1" ', -, '" ;n quaran-
,fet. Gregr Pst
:'- ':. .- : .r- hat trains A a Un Dmof t Past
.,. -..* r~.~.,-1111 71either Fe Dias ae DRtrded Wek
S : an!d that all a N iw W
;:i'- ''bed wita
Ti-tbl t Sm Exat
.* ,'t u ,,, Trightly
,' k v,- ,r< r'n freight
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Th, rTerror The work of placing Pensacola in a







Heard Complaint RegardingStret
Sweeping and Removal
of Garbage.

The Board of Public Works held a
special meeting yesterday afternoon,
when the members remained in ses-
sion for about two hours, discussing
many matters for the public good.
Those present were Chairman Turner,
Mayor Bliss and Mr. Zelius.
The meeting was called for the pur-
pose of taking some action regarding
the complaints made about the sweep-
ing of streets and the removal of the
sweepings. For some days complaints
have been coming in to the officials,
in which it was claimed that the work
was not being done properly. This
matter was discussed at length anu
the board finally decided to deduct a
certain amount for every complaint
that is made, and which is found to
be true.
The board also decided to give no-
tice that all weeds and garbage must
be removed within twelve hours from
any residence in the city.



By Amolated Prem.
Cincinnati, Aug. 3.-The Times-Star
lbM the followftg ditpatoa trnct ov-
ernor Vardaman of Missisippi con-
cerning the clash between hia state
and Louisiana:
"Jackson, Miss., Aug. 3.-The much
talked of conflict between the states
of Mississippi and Loulsisa., as far as
I know, is without Justiucatioh in fact.
if the quarantine guards of Mississtppf
have been guilty of indiscretion it has
not been reported to me by the officer
in charge of the guards, and I cannot
believe that they have done anything
wrong. I have instructed the guards
to remain on Mississippi soil and to
be careful in the enforcement of the
quarantine regulations promulgated
by the Mississippi estate board of
health, and no to do anything tm-
DroDer. The ntimation of an armed

~ad ra:iroal thorough sanitary comlton Bas oeen conflict betwe.i the states of Missis
p realthng rapidly since the Board of Works took ippi and Louisiana, whose friendship
C o Q iHealth and the Board of Wores took has been so cordial and of such long
Chaeston Quarantines. the matter in hand. and today the city standing, is absolutely ridiculous to
S- The !,oa-i ,f is in the best sanitary condition it has ne. I shall not permit the quarantine
,. a .:r :, ben in for a number of years. guards or any other Mississippians to
-v :,an- an. The work has been retarded to some violate the rights of Louisiana or her
4,c "' ri r. )ent. however during the past few
: :.-,..."ors w, nt owvpeople, and I am sure the honorable
,n : -i1 'lays. owing to the heavy rains. but so, opernor of Luisiana rectpeocaner
, .. wi',':ar it has been very satisfactory to'1governor of Louisiana reciprocates
,.,, w ,;:,:ar it has heen very satisfactory to that sentiment.
the city officials. Cutting down weeds, hat sentiJAMES K. VARDAMANnt.
Straining cesspools and placing oil in GovernAor"
places where stagnant water is found, G"
LLTAN FEARS i- going steadily ahead, and is being
drione in all sections of the city, espec- MR. R N K
'>alh- in the easternn portion, where IM AIRBA
D Sphere were a large number of vacant
.,t. many of which were covered with MAD A SP ECH
la heavy growth of weeds, and where

e As~cccated Press. .nwsquitoes were nreedea In large
: -,- hn : The sanitary inspectors have done Sault Ste Marie, Mich., Aug.3.-Con.
..'* some exceptionally good work. and the memoration exercises in the govern-
'" P or,;,s re of Superintendent Gingles. which n'ent park here, adjoining the ship
:; noNla ji aKbou : double its former number, canal, made up the second day's pro-
.-.. ..,' "h. ; wrs .a1 a .so been hard at work with the gram of the semi-centennial celebra-
S ..;:,. rm,-n: of rult that numerous drains have been iton of the opening of the St. Mary's
I!. '.. (a'".: an opened and tons of weeds cut and ship canal, which connects Lake Su-
Sr who forma: hauled awa. period with the lower lakes. The exer-
: . in:rf,,renc, haud a cises took the form of a program of
,. -. .- no ce:4sary. MADE APPLICATION FOR addresses, the feature of which was
::. h.is rhoun op- Ian address by Vice-Prsident C. W.
S"... r.. AODMISSIO TO ATSYLUM. Fairbanks. The park was handsomely
B A. coratd an. the addresses were
'ARK PASSED By Aaoociated Pre s. made from a stand erected at an ad-
_TE PORTILAND SHOw. Columbus. Ohio. Aug. 3.-Chlares vantgeous oi.t. Archdeacon Iotl,
ST4E PORTLAND SHOW. Morgan. an electro.vper, made the un- vantxgeou, point. Archdeacon Loiti,
a e rote e of Saul- Ste Marie, opened the exer-
SAssciated Preusual request of Probte Judge Black cises with an invocation. Hon. Peter
cr td to be confined in the Columbus White of Marquette president of the
Anv 3 -The Lewis state hosoi:al. Morgan stated that the celebration
1- at:-unce :ha: with his system was so undermined by in- i chmrgeon whiche hmst widely knoon
.... "lay of ..44. the toxicants that he feared that hin charge, and the most widely known
ay of 27.426. the toxicants that he feared that heman in the upper peninsula, spoke on
.. een passedd .:he to- would lose his mind. Juode Black .Development of the Lake Superior
"Development of the Lake Superior
.-o n June 1 to date. granted the request, and he will bei Region."
!hr:n 1.13.531. treated for his ailment Other addresses were made by
'Cmogressman Burton of Ohio, chair-
man of the rivers and harbors com-
)ancse Vessel Was Riun rmittee of the house of representa-
tires: Hon. Rclelphe Lemiux. solici.
rtor general of the Dominlo of Canada:
Ashore to Prevent Loss ver- 'Fred M. Warner of Mkchi-
gan, Tnited States Senator Burrows,
and Hon. Wilitam Livingstone, presi-i
c Associated Press. the great naval battle. It was while dent of the Lake Carriers' association.;

Aug. 3.-Advices bearing the news to the Japanese,
-1 r he hb the mail fleet that the well-known steamer met
:-* ;,.rnrvyed from the disaster
former Togo Kismn Ever since the beginning of the
':pp:n was so badly, war in the Far Eat the Nippon and
bei!s ~f the Rausian her sis*ee ship, the America and
Sa;e battle of the Seal Hong Kong. formerly e gped in the
w as found necessary trade between this city and the Orient
-* shore to save her have been doing duty for Japan as
Si(o~s. She was one converted crueers and scoot ships.
*.cs rsout vessels sed From all secotias the Nt~pa oak be
Discover Admimtl ao- raod,L whe be wfl al a rew
- f eeI t the 1Mg C T an ,, go



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A efMurdered TwoPersonsand Woand-

""0"'"" TeunT ByPosse,

Considerable Attentin Attractd ALL THE DEEDS WERE COMMIT- Expected to Mark the Beg.nig
By Radical Action of G r- i TED WITHIN THE SPACE OF of More Cordial Re-
MANS INSTRUCTIONS WILL BE Young an Who Was Shot in His
By Associated Preas.
RIGIDLY OBSERVED ANO VIO oom Reiterates that Suicide Lttle Rock, Ark.,-Ag. 3.-A spe
LENT MEASURES THEREFOR Was Not Intended. cial to the Gazette from Lewisville Suggetions that Gerlmany Ob
UNNECESSARY.* Ark., says: "After killing two persons, I
UNNECESSARY. ected to It UnfounMe
seriously and probably fatally shoot-
Leon Dancer, the young man who ing two other persons, one a woman,
By Associated Press was shot in his room at the Mer- and les seriously shooting two others, COMMENT ON PaENOMQ OCGtU
New Orleans, Aug. 3.Though the an- chants hotel Wednesday night, and
New OrleansAug.3-Thoghthean howas later takento the hospital Ike Kinney, a desperate negro, was LEADS TO BEUEF THAT IT
rouncement that Governor Blanchard yesterday reiterated his statement killed in the river bottom near 'Doela,
had actually ordered the naval brigade made the night previous which was to six miles south of here at noon to-day, WILL ASSIST IN STRENGTHWEN
under arms and dispatched the mos- the effect that the shooting was acc- after a hot fght with a posse of ctl- ING THE ANGm)L04URMWi N M
quito fleet of the oyster commission dental and that suicide was not in- zsns which had surrounded him.
to the ouislana-Missislppl boundary tended. TIONzs
to the Louisiana-Mississii bouandy The young man, who has served for "His bloody'record for twenty4obor
attracted considerable attention, there some years as steward on board of hours is:August 2 (morning) killed a
Is absolutely no apprehension that any the monitor Amphitrite, seemed to negro at Stamps; August 2, (after- By Asocated Prm
serious collision will occur. improve some during yesterday, noon killed E. R. Ferguson, Clai ndon Aug. 3.--4e forth
The hope is generally expressed though it is hardly possible that he
will survive. The bullet entered the agent for the Louisiana and Arkansas visit of a British fleet to the Ba~tic
that Governor Vardaman's tnstruc- roof of the mouth and took an upward Railroad; August 3, (morning) ser- Sea appears more than likely to mark
tions to the guards not to trespass course. The fact that he was having lously shot M"s. Stewart, of Greens- the beginning of more cordial relations
upon Louisiana territory will be rigid- hemorrhages prevented an examina- burg, Texa, also Mr. Start her between Germany and Great retain,
1: observed and that there will be no tion to locate the bullet.burg Texa also Mr tewart her between Germany and Great Britain,
necessity on the part of Commander Dancer stated yesterday that he had husband; August 3 (noon) shot Alvit instead of, as has been suggested in
Bostwick's fleet to ise violent meas- purchased the revolver and was sit- Barbam through the neck and shot a some quarters, adding to the friction
ures. ting in a chair in his room examining nger from one of C. F. Nash's hands. now existing. The proposed visit was
and loading it when it was accident-posed
D l FIDM "ally discharged, the bullet striking known to the German foreign oce
one of the improved make, and he sections to it were raised by Germany
BROK ER GU FIR Ml him hi the mouth. The revolver was ONN months 0ago, and suggestions that ob
CLOSES DOORS ays it was discharged as he was ae ufo ed
L L VV closing it, after having placed a cart- I111 re unfounded.
ridge in the chamber. Ernest George Petyman, secretary
,.Dancer had s an appoitment with a to the admiralty, today, in reply to
By Assoc raW P0. shipmate at 9 o'clock, but went to the questions, sid definitely that no pro-
New York, Aug. 3.-4. U.L MnM- hotel about twenty minutes prior and tests reading the visit of the fleet
field & Co., a brokerage trm, NM to secured the room. His shipmates on SE l
have been without exchbWig otnec the Amphitrite were surprised when re
tons, which nrmn oeceapted . I O N-'they heard oa the shooting, as he had Friendly comment on the pending
sutet in a lower BrMc s _Mce ba- been in pod spirits, and Was laugh- cralse from. German Baltic ports
ing, has suspended, and anxious eredi- ing and talking with them before corn- I crea the bdoe that It will help
tors besieged the place yesterday, ing to the city. -i's d ood rel
seeking some explanation. No mem-
her of the firm could be found. Their tions between Germany and Great
only consolation was a placard on the BOYCOTT IS Britain, and the announcement of
door reading: Broken Rail an a Bridge Plged Emperor William's support of the
"Business temporarily suspended; D C R D O candidacy of Prince Charles of Den-
Will restmie In a few days." T 0DECLARED O Tgf Trai own r
According to the firm's letterheads w s of T n Down mark for te Norwegian throne s ac
the concern was incorporated with ar nk cepted as an indication that the Ger-
capital of $100,000. .It had been in NEGROES HELD MEETING AND DE.er Bank" "" man ruler proposes to work in the
business only six months, and catered am irti Th ror r
largely to women, forty of whom gath- CIDED TO ONCE MORE RIDE same direction. The report is revtv-
ered about the closed rooms andCA By Assocrated Press. ed that ELnperor William will meet
Lared at the notice of suspension. ON CAR. Johnstown, Pa., Aug. 3.-The morn- King Edward during the latter's
ing Baltimore and Ohio passenger forthcoming trip to Marienbad.
The boycott of the negroes of Pen- train bound for Johnstown from Rock
YELLOW FEVER sacola against the street railway com- Wood was wrecked abort 8:30 o'clock
pany has been declared off. This was at the Paint creek bridge in Somerset L. & N. SHOULD LOOK
N TH ISTHMU the result of the meeting held Wed- county. A rail broke on the bridge AFTER WATER BARRELLS
ON THE ISTHMUS nesday night at Allen Chapel, A. M. E. and the train plunged down. It is
Zion Church, presided over by the believed that nearly every person on The matter of preventing the breed-
president of the former meetings, C. l ard was either killed or injured, ing of mosquitoes and remedying con-
By Associated Press F Call. but as the spot Is isolated no definite editions wherever found, has been .a
Washington, Aug. 3.-Governor Ma- As the law passed by the Florida details are yet obtainable. A spe- source of considerable discussion since
goon's report for July on the yellow legislature was declared unconstitu- cial train bearing doctors, nurses and the prevalence of fever In New Or-
t-,ver situation on the Isthmus shows tional, the negroes decided that they newspaper men has gone from here leans. In this connection one of the
'~I improvement as compared with the would once more patronize the cars, to the scene. most prominent gentlemen of the cty
receding month. During July there or as many of them as desired to do yesterday stated that the barrels of
\ere 29 cases of fever, so. A resolution along these lines water placed on the tops of a ibuiM-
Since the present outbreak on the was adopted, but prior to the same 1 Killed; 17 Inured. gs of the Louisville and NashviUe
isthmus, which occurred during the speeches were made by Thos. Bellin- Pittsburg, Aug. 3.-A Somerset dis- hatched more mosquitoes than all
iatter part of April, there have been ger. G. W. Lewis, G. B. Williams, J. T. patch says: Louis Don, the baggage- other places in the city combined.
iwenty-six deaths, and of this number Mason, C. T. Dorroh, C. F. Call and man, was killed, and 17 others were On nearly all of the buildings, ee
fifteen were employes. I. L. Purcell. injured. The smoker tind baggage pecially the wharves, barrel. of water
The average force during the quar- car went into the river. The train are kept standing for use in case of
ter has been in excess of ten thou-LABOR SCARCED IN left Somerset at 7:17 o'clock for fire, which ae excellent breeding
sand. LK I Johnstown and consisted of the en- places for the mosquito.
gile, baggage car and two passenger The matter has been called to the
EZ A. A w A coaches. Just where the railroad attention of the local officials of the
a g gO I v U rtI crossed the creek the rails spread, Louisville and Nashville and it is ex-
and the baggage car and the coach pected that conditions will be reme
Augst' By Associated Press. next to it went over a twenty-oot dned, itf such has not already been
lSt 3York, Aug. 3.Baron Hng- embankment into the creek, which is done.
oNew York, Aug. 3.-Baron Henge-.a shallow stream. The engine and
By Associated Press muller, the Austria-Hungarian ambas- last coach were not dragged down.
sador who arrived yesterday from Among the injured is tConductor NEW RAILROAD
Southern League. Europe, denies that Austria-Hungary Hal Benford.
Atlanta 5, Little Rock 1. is encouraging emigration to the Don, the only man killed, was FOR GUL F COP ST
Nashville 3. Shreveport 12. United States. known as the hero of the frightful OUR U LF OA S
Birmingham 1. New Orleans 4. "There is a scarcity of unskilled Duquesne Limited wreck on the Balti-
Montgomery-Memphis. no game as labor in Austria-Hungary," said the 'more and Ohio, near Connellsvl-e,
Memphis left town on account of yel- ambassador, "and farmers are having two years ago. On that occasion, al- By Asociated Pressm
low fever, difficulty in getting enough help to though his eye was knocked out and Chicago, Aug. 3.--g~rgansation o
harvest the crop. There was an abun- was hanging on his cheek, he pluckily the Mississippi Valley and Gulf ral-
South Atlantic League. dance of such labor, but emigration went back to flag the next train, road was begun here yestereal W.
Jacksonville 2, Charleston 1, (11 in- has changed the situation entirely. 1. Allen was elected president, The
falngs.) Wages for unskilled labor have ad- dore Rockefeller. treasurer. Accor
nicon 4, Savannah 0. vanced so that they are now as high, PLACED PUNISHMENT Ing to Allen, the company is inoa
Columbia 3, Augusta 0. practically, as in America, and there OF NEGRO AT DEATH. porated in Iowa, and the Western
is no object for laborers to leave their Mississippi Valley states to the gL

American League. native land." By Associated Pres. with a capitalization of $50,000. It la
Washington 0, Chicago 6. Waco, Tex., Aug. 3.--The ury in planned, he said, to start the raM
New York 5, St. Louis 4, (11 in- FRANK JUDEVLNE NOT the case of Sank Majors, a young ne- from some point in Iowa on the Mti
nings.) EXPECTED TO SURVIVE. gro. charged with assaulting Mrs. B. issimppi, and engineers already e
iPhiladelphia 3, Detroit 2. Robert, wife of a young farmer near engaged in surveying for a night at
Boston 5, Cleveland 0. Frank C. Judevine, a young man Golinda, this county, on July 18 last, way. Mr. Allen was formerly asslat*
-- well known in the city, is not expect- returned a verdict of guilty, in three ant general manager of tLh Rook
National League. ed to survive through to-day. He has minutes, placing the punishment at Island and is said to havo built a
Chicago-Boston. rain. been ill for several months, and this death. portion of the Pere Marquette road.
Cincinnati 5. Brooklyn 0. morning his oqun tion was such that
S t. Louis-Philadelphia, rain. all hope for his recovery was aban- m
Pittsburg 10, New York 4. doned. Equitable Directors Have
All the Lawyers Engaged

haps a Want Ad. In The Journal could get you a y A d Pr law offices.
rais of salary. New York, Aug. .--enator Tlly Their search for counsel is bee .-..
and Assemblyman Rogers, of the leg ing increasingly dialllt lasmmme ah ,
i't you think ia t Is worth uylA*ge islatlve sub-committee appoeited to practically all of the foyrtyale t' l .
9t you think It Is worth UAiW secure counsel for the forthcomlag in- able directors, agaust whom al bwaqy
suranfe iavestigatkwk spent the greatv-beea brow a ht, a mve atr.adjy -I-t".
er partial the day do" town vlSuittge Iwys to dh6l4 bt li -
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SNotice i bereby given thatthe following d4erte4 Ibdo vM obe mM
public act on on the first Molday. being the 4th da, of ij bet r. 19.,
FamIou Scotch and Irish uthe county Court House in the Cowny of cambla, Iworl, or 4o ma
thereof as will be eemscary to pay the amjOlt. 4di for ti f l.*treIW
opposite to the same, together with the cost of ruch hale and advertising.
WHISK IEI S J. S. ROBERTS, 1ax Coflerto
WHISKIES 3m *bW Comty.

Are recouenmaded by Analyassts and
Doctors for their purity and excelleace.
See that you get

MitcheH's Whiskies

Nam &Desere Ut

Unknown..........Lot 6 ................. 2 2s 32w
and don't be persuatled to take ay John M. Quarries ....NWi' of SWi/........... 5 2s 32w
ather. Elijah White.........50 acres undivided of Borilla
Grant ..... .. ....... 17 3s 31w
7 Corft Building, Preesen Row, Emma Dalphin..... 30 acres undivided of Bcoril-
Uverpoo Efnlan L la Grant..............17 3 321w
BenJ. Dolphin.......20 acres undivided of Borilla
Grant......... .. ....17 3e 31w
SUnknown...........236 acres undivided of Borilla
I Grant........... .....17 I 31w
- C. PHfILLIMPS AW. D Susan Wingate.... South % lot 3... ........18 3s 31w
HOMEOPATHIST. Hiram Simmons.....Lots 4 and 5, blk. 7 Van
Oee at No. 7% 8. Pala. BWal Kirksa dirhsan of S% of lot
Building. 3.... .. .. .. .. .. .. ....12 2a 31w
Ofce Har-8:30 to 11 a. a.,a Isaace Milton......North part lot 3, blk. 15, Van
2Kto 6 Kirk's division..........13 2s 31w
Re once. 10 North Palafox. Phone E. L. Simpson...... .Lots 8 and 9, blk. 15, Van
S&-two rings. Ofle Phone 6. Kirk's division...... ....13 2s 31w
Surdays-.SubOf to calL Mayo and MeCurdy..Lot 1 except 10 lots about 10
acres of Van Kirk's dlv..13 2s 31w
Russel E. Davis.....10 chains by 11.5 chains, 5
LbjL chains west of NE Corner of
P ab t lot 2. DB 32, pg. 246......17 2s 31w
Unknown...........NE% of NEVe except 10 acres
B l, k Amib n to H. Webster, and 8t'- acres
lue R ibbon to Dora Williams........18 2s 31w

Bottle Beer,

has no equal
Sold everywhere.

S.A. Friedman
Wholesale Distributer.

Leader in Importcd Wines
and Liquors.

U North PalWoxK
PHONE, 675.
Proprietor. Manager.


Rachel Simons....'..Lot 2 and North 350 feet of
lot 1, blk. 18 of Van Kirk's
division of N% of NW%....19
E. Walther.........W% of NE% of NW%, NW%
of NW%, SEY4 of NW%..20
Elizabeth Boyett ... NE% of SW ...............20
Randolph Boyett... .NW'4 of SE% .............. 20
N. A. Carson........NE% of SE%.............. 8
Samuel McCall.....N% of N% or N% of lots 1, 2,
3, 4.. .. .. .. .... .. ....22
Thos. R. Godfrey.....NE% of SK%................23
Those. R. Godfrey....NE4 of NEB ...............26
B. H. Joseph........East 12 acres of S% of S% of
NE% 10x12 chains........26
Emma F. Murphy....West 6 acres of N% of S% of
NE'14, and west 8 acres of
S% of S% of NE%.. .. ..26
C. H. Smith and H.
W. Adams........ Lot 15 sub. division of Thos.
englishh Grant .. ......28
Sadie Boland........8% or lots 5, 6, 7, 8, ........:30
Unknown.......... Lot 2 .......... .....35
J. W. Helton, Sr.....W% of 8% of SW% of SE* .28
Henry Handrop.....E% of 8% of SWA of SE%.38
J. H. Berry.........NW% of SE%......... ...38
W. R. Ard .........SW% of NW/%........... ..38
Unknown (Est M. P.
Jaudon)..........N% of lot 7.............. 5
Etta White, Trustee,
also Wm. Kirk.... % undivided Interest InE%.. 8
Etta White. Trustee,
also Wm. Kirk....%' undivided interest in SW% 8
Etta White, Trustee
also Wm. Kirk.....% undivided interest In N% 11
Etta White, Trustee,
also Wm. Kirk.... undivided interest In SEB .11
R. A. Bonifay.......SW%..... .. .. ......11
Etta White, Trustee,
also Wm. Kirk....% undivided interest in lot 4.12
Unknown (eat. M. P.
Jaudon)...........N% of lot 2.. ...........14
B. L. Anderson.....56 acres of lot 2 not assessed
to others.. ...... ....16
Unknown (Et. J. P Jau-
don).............S% of SE%.. ...... ...17

Bond Election Proclamation. C. E. Swan.......Lot 26 I of R. R. .........21
Whereas, The Council of the City of R. W. Swan..........tot 27 East of R. R.........21
Pensacola did on the 19th day of July, Wi. Garrin.........Lot 47 East of R. R...........21
1905, pass an ordinance, entitled: C. P. Groskopt ......Lot 19 E of R. LR..........21
"An ordinance to provide for the Is- John McHenry......Lot 23 ........ .. ....21
suance of Bonds of the City of Pensa- Winsor Hunter, also
cola, Florida, under and by virtue of L. Boley..........5 acres, 3 chains N. of S. line
an Act of the Legislature of the State and 5 chains W. of E. line
ot Florida. entitled: An Act Po au- In lot 2......... ...22
thorize the City of Pensacola to issue Catherine Jones.....East % lot 6.. .... ........ 24
negotiable bonds for municipal pur- C. White..........6% acres in SE Cor.lot. ...27
poses, and provide for the payment Antone Josee........West 15 acres of N 20 acres
thereof, approved May 12th, 1905." of lot 1, DB. 20, pg. 155....30
which saia' ordinance was approved by Henrietta Howard...W% of N. 20 acres of lot 2..30
me on the 19th day of July, 1906: Unknown (Est. Jau-
Now, therefore. I. Chas. H. Bliss, don)............... Lots 3 and 4......... ......81
Mayor of the City of Pensacola, pur- T. Baker.............2 acres west of Bowers, East
suant to the provisions of said ordl- of R. R., DB. 13, pg. 378.... 35
nance, do hereby call an election to be Jim Geralds........10 acres west of Baker, East
held in said City on the 22nd day of of R. R., DB. 7, pg. 162...35
August, 1905, to determine whether, L. Boley.......... Lot 6 W. of R. R. Videl Grant.35
or not, the mMjority of the quallied E. A. Seal..........5% acres in NW Corer West
electors of said City, qualified to Vote, Public road, DB. 27, pg. 623,
and voting, at aaid election shall ap- Vidal Grant.. ..... .....35
prove the issuance of bonds for the J. GConaalez.......17 acres East of R. R., North
purposes and amounts, or any of them, of Cook, DB. 7, pg. 218.... 36
enumerated in sai4 ordinance, to-wit: gene Boley .......Lots 32 and 33 eub division of
For the purpose of purchasing, or South 51 acres of lot 1 and
constructing, waterworks the sum of all lot 4.. ........ ....38
Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Eugene oley......Lot 3 U. S. Survey..........38
Dollars ($250.000), or so much thereof Unknokwn. ......... NW part of Philips Grant
as may be necessary. West of Public Road .......50
For the purpose of constructing, or Guss Reis..........East 10 acres of West 40 J.
providing, a system of sewerage and Noriat Grant (DB. 24, pg.
drainage the sum of Two Hundred and 214; Sections 3 and.. .. ..15
Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000), or Unknown (Est. D. F.
so much thereof as may be necessary. ant)...........All les 1 acre to Sheppard
For the purpose of paving and other- Goff. B. 15, pg. 289.. ..... 4
wise improving streets and public A. E. Ynlestra.......% undivided interest in lot 6 10
ways of the city the sum of One Hun- R. L. Bry .......N lot 2...............14
dred and Fifty Thousana' Dollars I. .. Le N ..-.. ,,, N, *l *
($150.000). or so mucn thereof as may Ohas. McCredie..... N%, of SW, of NE%,......30
be necessary Etta White. Trustee,
., nces.. ,-. .also E. Griffen ..... 114 undivided interest in Sil
For the purpose of purchasing a site Griffen. undivid intere t in
and or constructing. or providing a city- i 'A of NW'... ". ... .. 21
vo E. GrIffen ...........%undivided interest in SEI
hall building the sum of Seventy-Five E. Gr%.......... indi d interest in S 1
Thousand Dollars ($7.6000) or so f 'WV.. ..t .. .. T...2
auch thereof as may be necessary. Ett White. Trustee,
For the purpose of purchasing a ato R. Grifen.....% unr4tlided interest In K%
site and constructing, or providing a of SSW .... .. .. .. ....21
Police Station and Jail Building the E. Griffen...........% i-rdiv!ded interest in NV%
sum of Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars of WW%.. ...... ....21
2i.000). or so much thereof as may Etta White: Trustee,
b necessary. also E. G-Tffen.....4 undivided interest In E%
And notice is hereby given that of SEE................21
prsuant to said ordinance the Council E. Griffea...........% undivided interest in E% of
MS duly elected the followlnt fkoard SE14.. ...... .......21
ot Bond Trustees, viz: F. C. Brent E. Gr;ffen..........SW'. of SB% and South 10
fr the term of three years, L. Hi::ot acres of NW% of SE%.....21
Green for the term of two years. nd;.T'Ba. Btile..........SW% of NW%.. .. ......22
J. M. Pfelffer for the term of one .,ear. Etta White, Trustee,
In witness whereof, I have hereunto also Wm. Kirk....% undivided interest in SW
eat my hand. and caused the corporatct / .... ... ... ....22
seal of the City of Pensacola to be Etta White, T-ustee,
aixed, this 1st day of August, 1905. also Wm. Kirk....% undivided interest W% of
( IHiS. II. BIJS. SEi .......... .... ..22
Mayor City of Pengacola. J. Martla.........Lot 1........ .... .. .... 1
Attnt: B. S. BERNARD. Ciry Clerk. John Boutwell.......I acre, 3.16 chains square In
NW Cor. of NEAt of SB%
BIDS WANTED. South of Ralph Whitman.. 5
Bids for builli':n a Ftecl Bridge T. J. Mellen.........4 ac-es in SE', of SE/. DB.
across the Perlidc: !Rivr- by F-scamLia 27, pg. 251.. ........... I
County. Fiorica. and Reilwin County, J. H. Fletcher.......Lot 2 Brown's division of NE
Alabama. near Mnscoge-. Florida, wiln of SW%, book 80, pg. 113 5
be received until October 1st, 19*5, and J. B. bagliHh........Lot 9 Brown's division of NE
will be opened by the Board of County 2% 9f SW%, DB 32, pg. 214. 5
Commissioners of Rscambia Coutat, Sandy Ktng........42s210 ft. inNE Cor. of SE
Florida ad Baldwin county, Alabaa. % eoft SW%. r 2., PS 54.. 6
at- PMaOa, Florida asOctober lah. M MaM............. On trIasngsar aer i NB Oar.
(Couts aed o PI iPa.) of NW% of NB%, DB. 21,

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09 Booth...........74 acres of lot 1 East of R. R.,
Gonsalez Grnt, BZ. p. 573..14
28 Etta White, Trustee S% of lot 2, Gonzales Grant.. 14
H. B. Hatton........Lot 19 sub div. lot 6 1 of I. R.
Gonzalez Grant.. .... ...14
24 Genia Richardson..12% rods square in SWU of
NE%. DB. 34, pg. 52......16
94 J. W. White........6% acres in NW Cor. of NW
'% of SEY%, DB. 29, pg. 86..18
Rachel Locke.......420 feet square in NW Cor. of
41 lot 7, DB. 31. pg. 66........24
D. R. Hart.........Lot 8 less SW%/...........27
941Ole Engebetson......SEyt of NIS% and NB4, of
SE%'.. .... .. .. .. ....32
91 Henry Burch........S% of S.......... ....86
16 Jeff Smith.......... % of SE~ of SW%... ..... 6
J. A. AdkinFon......NW/ .. .... .. .. .. .... 6
R. C. Taylor........NW,..... .. .. ...... 9
58 Henry Noys........NE' of NE/...............10
Wm. Hicks..........NW'4 of SE'l ...... ......1I
Johnson Goldsmith..SW'A of SE,4.............10
271 Baker Brown........Lot 1............ ......14
45 E. C. Jones.........W% of NB% and N% of NW
D. J. and Rosetta
IRhode...........N% of NE' ...... .. ....15
71 Unknown...........NW'1 of SEi.. ..........22
S. Timney..........27 acres north and wesc baL
I8 not assesed to others.....23
Unknown (sat. J. W.
09 Creary)...........17 acres of ot 2 and East 20
acres lot 6........ ...23
SP. Q. Hall..........N% of lot ............
SHenretta Howard...Lots 7, 8, 10 .... .. ...... S
09 Mrs a B.vans....W% of SW%...... ....
Wt A Bttau ... .N and Bt 2 acrelo.4 2
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Geo. B. Green, Agt ..2 ft. East front by 100 ft. N.
of Hudson In SE9t of NW
A of NWA, DB. s pg. 240 8
P. W. Whate.........1 acre Soth of B. Craig If
NE Corner of NW% of SW
4., DB. 2, pg. 80...... ...
Iraee O. McGreen.... 1- acre in NW Corner of NW\'
B of SW%, DB. 83, pg. 239... 8
S Wan. McCall.......3.16 chains square4n NW~i of
S! SW'.*, DR. 32, pg. 2F3..... S
E. and J. Rogeo.....4 arrest n SW Corner of NKW
11 of SW ID. 32, pg. 166 8
77 John Willis........ .S lot 3 and N' lot 4...... 9
John WillUa.........N lot 5... .. .. ... 9
58! J E it.caa n and B.
i C. Robinson, also A.
07 i A. Fishe......... South 23 acres of lot 3..... 16
IMary H. XKftee.......NW I of NW'4.. .... .....18
88 W. C. Johnson........QmAth 1 acre of lot 3 and north
1 acre lot 6. West of A. S.
43 R. R., DB. 29, pg. 555 ......32
11 E. Walker..........Iot 10 sub division of lot 8, DB.
1i! 12, p1. 297.............32
Lola uBnt...........I acre in NW Cor. of SW ,
92 i of Sr%,. DB. 27.. .... ..32
J. H. Reuves........80219 yards in SE Cr:ner,
41 of SWM of NE14!.. ......32
tE. Walker..........4 acres in NW Cor. of lct 5,
75: 1B. 27, pg. 315 ........33
Neal Bowen........1040 ft. East and West by 20S
41 It. N. and S. in NE Corner
of SW% of SW%/.... ....33
J. B. Cooper.........NW] of SW4 of NW%4..... 1
21 G. B. Bradford......9% of SE2............ 2
John Beaumister.... North 118 ft. of NE% ot SBE
% of NW% Eaast of R. R.
39 DB. 21................ 2
E. Middleston........5 acres in SE%4 of NW%'
West of R. IL, less one acre
88 DB. 16, pg. 437 ............ 2
!Caleb Neal...........S% of SE,. NW1j of S!E%
90 and SW% of NEI~ ......... 4
45 Alexander Wilson.... E% of NWV,. N 306 ft. of NE
45 % of SW%,'and S 1014 ft.
61 of S9% of SW%... .. ..... 6
J. W. Johnaon.......NW% of SW%........... 8
10 John Seeverasc .....W% of NE% and E% of NW
11 % .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....10
11 Lewla Black.........W% of NW% and N% of SW%
less 25 acres to Ripple, Pry-
58 or and Union....... .. ..10
John Ripple.......... rods by 48 rods in East part
of NE~% of SW% less 7
as acres, DB. 22, pg. 610 .. .. 10
Edmund Castleberry 2 acres in NE Corner of NE %
of SW% part of Ripple's 48
71 Iy 60 rods.. .. .. ......10
10 Nelson Andrew......6 acres la NB% of SW% south
28 of Castleberry's, a part of
62 Ripple's 48 by 60 rods..... 10
79 John Mixon..........% of SW% less 20 acres ..10
11 John Ransom.......4 acres in SW Corner of SB
11 % of SW%, DB. 27, pg. 295 10
Prince McQueen.....210 ft. by 420 ft. in NE Cor-
41 ner of SW4 of SW%, DB.
30, pg. 243.............10
41 Jane Harris..........6 acre part of W% of SW%
of SE% .... ....... ...10
24 Isac Brown........ 70 yds. square, 40 rods East of
NW Corper of SWA of S8
41 %, DB. 27, pg. 583..........10
Unknown........... 11 ft. by 375 ft. in N.W' of
58 SW% of SB%, DB. 20, pg.
76 279 .. .............. 10
D. B. Stea k.......11 acres in SW% of SE %....10
24 % .... ........ .16
Tos Pebley............S of lots 11 and 12 ......24
75 Jas. Kane..........All except 63 acres to M. E.
Bennett and F. E. Mariner..23
28 John Pattisoa......8W% of NW% .... .. .. ..24
Jerry Underwood...SE% of SW4.. .... .. ...24
58 C. N. Levy..........SW of NEC% and N% of SB
28 % of N% .. ..........28
23 Alex Wilson.........SE .. ..............3
28 Elijah Simpaon......10 acres In SE Cor. of NvY
28 DB. 34, pg. 148. .. .....34
11 Elijah Simpson......NE% of NBU of SE%......34
J. M. Harrell........5 acres of N% Shackleford
Grant, DB. 32, pg. 199......38
J. EBndlnger........3 acres North of As s ndflng-
58 er, DB. 5, pg. 2; See. 22 and 23
11 J. W. Emmons.......3 acres East A. Endfinaer
79 and South of J. Endflnger,
VB. 35, pg. 18.. .. .. .. ..23
41 J. T. Rutherford....N% of N% of lot 4 or N% of
11 NW% of SW%............26
W. R. Hammac..... SE% of N1W% ............. 6
42 J. P. Hansen........NZ% of SWVI/.. ........29
Unknown...........Lot 52........ ....... 40
09 Mary H. Klim......N% of 8E% less 2 acres to
0. W. Gilmore in NWI4 of
23 S2BE................. 2
27 W. W. Jordan....... % of NIEY............. 6
W. T. Godwin....... N of SBE and N% of SWY, 6
Alex Robertson......SW",.. ................ 7
03 Silas Jackson.......NW%4 of SWV, NEV of SW% 8
John J. Shonley.....8% of SEB, and NW% of SE% 9
72 Prank Kelser...........SW%....... .. ....11
Sllas Jackson.......NW'.. ................. 11
L. S. Bomwder.......NW% of SW%, NE'! of SW
68 4 and Weet 40 acres of
89 S% .. ...............12
iHenry Noys........2 acres in SW% of SEt%, PB.
23! 14, pg. 456.. ........ ....10
.Prince McQueen.....210 ft. by 315 ft., 275 ft. of
SW Cor. of SWH of SE%.10
02 Frank LeTvy.........E% of NlE .. ........ ..10
Sylvester Martin.... 16 by 40 rods in NE Cor. of lot
4, DB. 30, pg. 202...... ..11
87 Alfred Lidoyon...... Lot 10.. .......... .......11
61 Unknown (Geo.
77 Gates Est.).......23 acres of lot 1, East of R. R.
S4 Gonzalez Grant, Btok 5, pg.
456 ... ........... .... 14


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Unknown (Bat. J. W.
Crear........... Lot 1, blk $, part ofc b
12 8, all bibs. 11, 12 13,
122 14, 15, 16, 1I, 1, 19. 2S, .25
32 2, 865, 3, 7 4, NE Cor.
S47, all 41 50, 51,- 2, 5.,
92 part 57, all 65, 6, T7, 77 len
1 lot, all 80. 112, .11, 118. 119
11 19, 130,1332, otk 3, 1, 5 it
1 7 8% as3 slot a of l19-4
1 28 bl. 8% ............ ... 4-8
W. T. Dick.......... Lot blk 9 ............ 24
.. ...............4.... 87-3
1 3 0. Iuney........ of SII Mk. 4., .... ..38
2 41L. L. Domleger..... North 70 ft. blk. 47........ 87
J. E. Halleabeck....Lot 3.... .... .. .. .......31
Unknown (Est. C. H.
1 g88 Evans............All.......... .. ..... *3
i Mrs. W. Bowman.... SM,4 of NW% of SX% .....34
1 58: Herbert Franklin....15 chains East and Weat and
i 10 chains North ad South
1 09 V comnmncing In SE Car. lot
4, DB. 30, pg. 21.. .. ....36
1 09' Mamie Oilgrlst......North 46 acres of lot 4 ....2
Softonia Albrittoa... .3.14 chains square in SE Cor.
1 59 of NWV4 of SEB% of SWVA.
DB. 32. pg. 413...... ....36
Herbert Franklin.... 7% acres In SB Cor of NE",
1 88 of SE%, DB. 32, pg. 9 .....3
9i Unknown (F. L. Bari-
5 42 neau Co.........NEt% of NE%.. .. ... .....24
Matt Ezell..........East 5 acres of North 10 acres
S0j of SW% of NB%4.. .. ....24
4 06 Unknown...........NN% of SW% ........ .... 2
i Wa. R. Lucas......SW of BE%............ 4
S A. S. Pattison.......SW% of N t% and NW% of
1 8 SEa .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 5
4. 6 R. B.rkholt.....WW% of NWW, NW% of SW%
4 l and N% of SW%4 of 8W ..12
J. L. Mathlas........WV of W%.. .. .... .. .
S..W. B. Milatead..... WV of SW%.... .. .......12
3 Prank Milstead......N% of NW% of S .....24
2 3' H. W. 0. Church....8% of SB% .......... ..
10 H. W. G. Church...NZ% of NV% .. .. .. .. .. ..1
310 Chas. L RayBmoad..SB% of NB%.. .... ....1
Christisa Ryder.....NW% of NWM ...........10
Hia Frre..........W% of NWV of NW% ....11
4 03C. Helton........ o %.. .. .... ....1
W. W. Jordan....... NW%......... ........13
S iL. P. Stow..........N% of NB and I% of NW% 14
S MoMilla COo........BB% of 8WY%.. ..........14
IWm. Godwin ........SW of SB% .,......... ..
2 1 MMillan ll Co... .NW% of NZ% and N"% of
2 1 .NW%.......... ......22
McMlllan Mill C(3....SW% of NW% ...........231
I. I .Wie............NO% of NE%...... .. ....32
2 7 McMillan Mill Co.... .S% of SB%, NIB of SW',
and 8E% of NW%.. .. ..32
S MeMillan Mill Co....Br of %. 'N7% of SWU
1 and S% of yBV ... 34
L. L. Wright........Lot 2, 3, 4, 4 and W of
7 81%................ 35
71 father Wheeler......W of W% .... .. ....12
S Wm. Keevin........8W of NW% .. ... .. ..14
1 2 eo. W. Joitne......S of NW% and N% of SW
%. 1..0.......... .....
Unaknown............S1 of NW %.. ........
1 8 e W Dcker....N ......... 6
J. H. BDowg ........gWK of NE ...........12
I MichIga uiticate..NW% of SW% ............25
SF. T. Martin........ ft. R. front by 400 feet NE
>3 1 Cgr. lot 3 N% of Mar
1 11 Gant, West of R. R ..... .. 4
S1 Dr. W. Andeaem ..Lot 6 N% Maura Grant, West
S5 Of I 1 ..... .......... 4
2 U Unknow..... ..4.. acres north of South 909
1 11 ., louth of S. C. OUi Mll of
S" 8% of Maura Grant, Wet of
175 R IL............... ..4
3 10 Kate Taylor........Lot 48 Herman's div. of lots 2
to Palmas Grant, West of
S73 L ........ .........
23 Barbary Dosagrbty.. Lot 17 to 18 Palmas Grant,
West of R. R......... .. 5
1 09 L. BOIrY............All Meat of R. Less 40 acres
to Goulding.. ... .. ....
97 C. S. Kanen......... Lts 15, 16, 17, 150 ft. by 200
sub. division lot 6.. ..... ..
Lewis Montg( ery..N% lot 1 sub. div. of lot 1,
1 2 sub. div. of C. DeViller s Ot 9
SUnknown.............S% lots 1 end 2 sub div. lot
1 58 1, sub div. of C. Oevillier's
2 11 Grant. ........ .. ..... 9
94 A. M. McMilla.....NP lot 2, all lot 6 sub dir. of
1 28 lot 1, sub div of C. Devil-
lir's Grant.. .... .... .. 9
Thomas Stev-s....Lot sub div. of lot 1, sub div.
3 42 of C. DeVilier's Grant....... 9
2 43 W. L. Bell...........Lot 2 oub division of C. Deil-
3 T heUr's Grant.. ...... .... .9
3 ,O W. A. Blount.........North 26 acres lot 3 sub dv-
1 77 ston C. Devillier's Grant.... 9
2 43 John H. King........North 1% aeres of lot 4 and 7
3 1o all lots 5 and 6 sub division
3 76 lot 4 sub division C. Devil-
ir's Grant, DB. 36. ps. 237 9
N. W. Desrtai........Iots 5 and 8 sub division of
3 73 C. Devillier's Grant....... 9
Charlie Graham, At.10 ohala square In NE Cor-
1 24 ner lot 1, DB. 32 p. 152 14
Geo. B. Green........776 ft. by 660 ft. in NE Cor. lot
1 09 1, DB. 32, pg. 225.... ....16
1 77 John I. Cole........880 ft. by 660 ft. west of 8N
Cor. lot 1. DB. 23, pg. 15.... 16
1 58 Hattle Thompaom....I acre in South part lot 6
2 11 North of D)ufee, DB, 19, pg
744 .... .. ..... ......17


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Angelnla FraNlts..415 ft. South frot by 210 ft.
510 ft, 6 Inches west of SB
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B. T. Dav s..........Lt 15 less acres to Board
Sf Health.. .... ....17 2s 30w 4
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E. T. Davis, also Elsa
Bonitay...........Lot less 8 acres to others,
wBrns 6 acres,and Bof H..17
Nellie Bumrs........6 aes la NI corner lot 8
less 4 acres, DB. 16. pg. 293.17
Elmer B. Osborn....South 3 acres of North East
$ acres of lot 8..... .. ..17
C. A. D'Alemberte.... tartlng at South West Cor-
ner lot 9 running Nor th 45
ft. iast 800% ft., South
41 ft., West 415 ft., South
21 ft. west 294% ft., to
tarting point of lot 9......17
m ner L. OMbora....385 ft. South frost by 512 ft.
in0 ft. 6 inches west of SB
Corner lot 9. DR. i19 s 76 T


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C.r C. n..mars A mo. Pg. F W orxdba,
also L. Boe .....West 34 ft lot 21, bl 5 Old
P nSr1m,,iiIvrthrId City of Pensaepla.. ......
SWm. Dyle........Soth t1 ft tf E 43 uad 122 ft
a IMUf of W 43 ft, lot 24, blk 5, Old
S" City of Penacoma .. .......
Wemeklr r, MI lll, w Ned Wyer.........W% lot. 40 blk 8, Old City of
gdfGVgm Pensacola.....4............
9 Pa rt to gii SUS Victoria asria.... Bast i ft lot 4, blk 8, Old
___._o. .- of-col, -..'- ..' ....
S- Jomh Stokes........Lot 9. Ilk 11,Gld City of Pew
SS gg seola ...-.. -o ........
TERSELY TOLD Eva D..PleWer.... lot 18, blk 11, Ol, City of
.. .ol.a., ...... .... .
R Tomasello. of Ba Polt, was M. Stokes ...... South 33g ot North 8 ft by 113
s,,nr 'the visitors tn the cty yester- ft. lOts 8 sad 88, blk 9, Old
.-~ who registered at the Merchants. Cthy f Penscola .......
W H. Bitt M 8. Holland.. ,..East 51 ft.of North 8 ft lot
W1 H Britton. pridet of the Fikt 8. blk 9 Old City of Pen-
Na'-ir.al Bank, of Floral, was in the ecoia ....... ... ......
<:, e.,erday on a short buinMess John Pons .........All lot 105, blk 19, Old CRy of
t nIh Pnscola .... .. ...... .
H S Laird. Si early of this citr Frank Fagonl......North 4 ft lots 144 and 145
%. i,,. is now practicing l at It blk 20, Old City of Penscola,
r. as in Penacola yesterday M. A. GriWen.......Soth 128 ft lot 145, blk 20,
.:..: al business. Old City of Pensacola ..
St of t v Mrs. John Pas ....All ,ot 347, blk 20, Old City of
Sa'h -'-: Beach last alght, the event be-I .sr... .. .
::, ps'poned uUtl next week. .R. i

'f'ven defendants were before Re also L. Boley.....West 14 ft of E% lot 157, blk
.-n. -r IAaey In the munleal court 22. Old Cfy of Pen s la ..
.-:erday owaet tor trial. Of this Unknown..........East 26 ft 8 inches lot 159, bk
::ni.l- fewr 1defedats were dia4 22. Old City.-ftPensacola..
era .: one car cotinied ad t es Anale i Johaso... W% of N%Jot 19. blk 27, Old
;nm;= amouset to 32t City of. Penscola ........
e:d d Franc.is B. (Ortr.,ho reseb- and ne
,- we..nci .h. soLrale.....Half lateret f or th 40 ft of
n w s ueek. hasreti dD 8 o ft lots 199 'ad W00. Mk
l.,i I- .a t-w days. He f th l -- e 5, Old City of Pe i. .la.

,hen il ernm of Ike it Blerth Belnberg...AI! loWt 23, blk 8, Old City O
.r a /. c na Utenasola .............
Mrcourt is on. O'Neal...West 40 ft tot 261, and all lot
Dr S M Cronzale7 states Ihat he 240. blk 28, Old City of Pen-
has just reevedr :;ron Washlntoa Iscola ...... ..........
Hi- appointment as medical oloer at TIwasDelahunt.....East 40 ft lot 246, Old City of
Ilanama. and expectS to leave within peracola .... .... ....
*h. munrse of ;ht nex: few weeks for Mrs. J. B. Walhti ..All lot 276. lk. 16, Old City of
1:.: ;place Ht will be among the Ponracol ............
:' .rcans in the hospital recently Maria Burrows.....W% lot 291, blk 16, Old City of
t'-:ahlshed there Peisacola ............
The regular weekly concert in e- Maria Burrows..... iot 291, blk 16. Old City of
s. quare by Wyer Band will be Peiola..... ......
-e n to-nltt. and as usual, t is ex- John Stokes...... East ft tloott00, and W% lot
S that there wle alrgerowd 301. blk 17, Old City of Pen-
"'nda.nce. These concerts arefree sacol..................-
Sa'. and are supported by public sub. Ruby Perry Hottel..W% lot 2 23, bk 22, Old City
-.'ios. An excellent program haslofPe__ -- --
b-,n armnas d and will be rendered if Mitchell A. Touart..All k, t 330, blt 21, Old City of
T Pensacola,............
T1. weather is favorable. Pcnc*t .. .. .. .. .. ..
oMinnie Harvey..... W% lot 338, blk 19. Old Otty of
las Laird. who has been pitching Pensacola ...........
tb'. for the Greenville team of the Mrs. A. V. Lad.....West 35 ft of N 160 ft lot 354,
'ton States Laeaue. has returned | b;i 1, Old City of Penacola
bnr'. aan will probably remain here Max J. Hel tber...N. 39 ft of B% lot 367 and N 3
c t-in the remainder of the season. ft lot 8. blk 25, Old City
O,, ng to the quarantine regulations ofPensaola...........
a h are now in effect in Missisippi F. R. LeBaro ......Lot t P, Old City of Pensacola.
a:.. Louisiana. a number of the teams Ana e L May......It 395, Old City of Pesacol.
S:hat league have been suspended. Mage A a ....Lot S, Old City of Pensacola.
.rd made a good reputation as a AL Joro ... ..i ft troat by 125 ft beginnacl
Srier at Greenville. winning about l|1s ft from SW cor. Gregory
Fr.enteen of the twenty-four games and Spring streets, Old City
Stch o Peaacoh .... .... ..
S.Maria Barrows ....L.mt 30 ft 6 between Gov
Tuly sales of Blue Ribbon Lemonj a l. Church streets, Old City
SI1 Vanilla Extracts broke all big of Pensacola ..........
S' rds. The increase in sales from M McGu. ..N lot. t. between Gov. and
a .n:b to month is due to their high, C..nrA streets, Old City of
t v. Ask your grocer for Blue Pensacola ..... .. ..
S:n Lemon and Vanilla tracts. Etta White...... 5. blk O. Old City of Pen-
,. less. Flavors perfectly. coI ...............
Eoctrc Jnn MTo. Burow....Wcst 46 ft of South 182 ft of Ar-
E tParkm To-Ni9h peat lot 33, Old City of Pea-
S committee in charge of the caeoa ........ .....
t- o be given at electric Park Wst 7 less
S,,mpleted Lts work and a most r J. ..... So th 6 ft Ar Weat lot 47, less
time is promised to all whoS City e fu ola .......
S The loor i. in ..3 U ewwJ .... .. ..

a lo -w. is iu exceptlonaUy
'V,.1on and D. D. Collins', ntnow ert
-he very latest two steps and Old U j ty ot Peasaola
'. .'7- will be rendered for the first e o "nd
u.r : :his occasion. Cars ever'....eu Rio e ,
a Admission 5c.. C revery avgAsocntiS.t 124 ft oa Grelor street
--.. ftw or Yaent IUMS, as
aL_. bik 83, Belmsat number-
IN ALL WALK OF UFL 1. CIty of Pensacotla ..4.U
SWALKS O UFE G. B Green, A t.. .Lot 3. M t: Besa.t auberIn
ketp.Cide Is Usd to Cum D ruft city O Pof sols ........28
S !.~on New ork. N Y., Geo. B. Green, At..Lot 4.S BL e Delt
'. "tY fod of Herpiqiee d L. A.a. iC as s .....
:tin i It is retreeig a O. A Z s....... SOO, e-West 2al ft
Bsh. Toledo. Ohio, wrttesc Ibr -2, 4t 4 PBenoot .nm.
Sw: H.,Herpicide has i berIaLnM of PeSSs- .28 12
t .. ta nythi I h nM. Ia. wrfiht.......Lt T d 1 b S

Of... ," ,, ..ob. o yS &LMary BellUm).t I ad 2, blk 7. Betlmt
MsV t tract City of P nACcote
,- my h. bead of dadm R sayd s
Shair from uallla ot. It Eva Raache.......Lt 211. bi 7, Behao tact
:.- remedy for dadRff I Ct 9t Pfeusao ... ....
and I have ed a great Mary Bachkr......aut 46 ft 10 inches Of lot
to 14. b*k 7, telmoat tract
(m-.ian. Ann Arbor, M kL. 4OIl Sooa a...........
a. ..... I rl fumc..

e -Pd two bottles of a- ft Hit 21 M4. w
S!-'ived beieat tc m. T. 'a Trct. Oqt of
,. A. D'*Aliemt.o, d gl .........
- 1--ary. 1 .lB -Kbulbt, -: _.

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:. a better bose or a btter
, rap tha hias molsto,
World waOd .m mae a
n. ,path to ks hame u bo
up shp aa wliMrmgmm

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Ma-n Bau k-ac at
lia Bamltsy,.....Lot 15 a Mefa u d
a. te 11 a47 acres of % lot
43.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..33
T. Bell............... Iot 1 B.-9 MeMIYd a diviteoa
ht N 47 creso( B% lot 4..31
Unknown. ............Nowt 47 ac t amf lot 4

W* Martble........af 8 and 9 DIminlqaeGt.X4
Unknown .......... t31 Doatnlque Grat.. ..34
Peter Rooky.......Wet 10 ft. lot 2..........3
A. J. rawll...... .231 ft. T ft. lot 3 Sowh
.J. A. Daw. DB. 27, 504..34
Jas Reddlck......... It 2 sub diviio lot I.. .,.37
w.. WUloa........West t t lot s9 by. 46 ft.
Souit fromt on N. 4lid o( P.
T. R. IL. FIher's msb dlvi-
ioa ofl W lo r 9aerMs eo Paola
Groat, Sems, 47 aid......59
Emo Pn lerfT...... ecres Noth of P. .T. R. .
oanrdpapihitg t width and
rtrto eat .ad .W Inae
f lot 1 srb. dfr. of lot 4
0ia s d ..............1
r. B.L 1sequeo.......N= Imf fft. lot 2 Mary Jack.
lsorfta.. .. .. .. .. .. ..ail
J. W. ChIa U ...... Lt 12 sub div. lot 3 Mary
Jackson pl.. .. .......51
W. A.L BD m.....E 306 o SWM of 8 4 6..
MoUe McCoy...;...W ,ot. blk 4, Old Cty of Po)
cacca .... ............
Molle MeOoy......Iot 4, b1k 4, Ol' City of Pens
. A. Buums........Nc. lot 7, blk 2, Old City of
Pencsaot .. ..-.....
M. A. Bours........% of NE. lot 11, blk 2. Old
City of Penmcola .. .....


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19 24

10 4I
4 M*

1 71

7 34

8 19:

29 96

2 066

19 25

10 67


6 72

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10 77

2 41

4 8

I 71

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60 175

3 80

10 67

12 33

13 98

12 33

60 35

0t 60

5 71

17 29

7 37

1 41

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C. L. LeBaron and
S. Allen.......... audivded Interest in lots 11
to 8~lk 48, Belmont tract
City of Pensaeola .. .. ..
F. & Washington ..Lots 1. 2, 8, blk 58, Belmont
t.met.;Olty of Pensacola.. .
F.-C. bprton.. .....Lots to 4, blk 66, Belmont
'"-rti tjlty of Penmeola ..,
EMa L. Roders..West 60 ft lots 1 to 4, blk i1.
Bolmont tract, City of Pea.
taml...... .. .. ....,
Jef Is ..........Iotsa.kto 5, blk 70, Belmont
numbering, City of Pensa-
.cala..... ... .......... 28 2s
1. Lews ....... 59 ft South front by 150 ft
West of B 120, blk 72, Bel.
mona. .numbering, City of
Pensacola ...... .... ..28 2s
Henderson Benjamin.Wost 46 ft lots 1 to 4, blk 73,
*, -$eehmt t numbering, City of
Pensacola.. ....... .. ..28 2
Elizabeth Bryant...South 50 f of N 100 by 150 ft
tBnt,; blk 76, Bemoont.
Numbering, City of Pens-
cola............ .. ..28 2s
W.H. .Edwards.. ,,Lots ?0.and 31, -blk 77, Belmont
numbering, City of Pensa-
cola ............ .. ..28 2s
Julius Cottotell.....Lot_. lk 77, B.lmont number-
ing, City of Penacola ....28 2s
C. J. Simmoes,.... Lots 14 and 16,.blk 78, Belmont
S. umbering, City of Pensa-
cola .... .... ..... ..28 2s
ULkanr ,.......0.ft,6.Wat troft N of S 120 ft
-, 7b M 78, Belmont Numbering,
City of Pensacola ....... 28 2s
Mary Thomas......Lot. 4. Bkellm Belmont num-.
be-Ing, City of Pensacola...28 2s
Randall Roya t....Lot 9, blk 80, Belmont nura-'
' -# at- gi lot t ?Pensacola. .28 2s
C. H. McCasill....Lota and 14. blk 80. Be
mnatl AMbersinL City of
S Perneolae. .. I.... ...28 2s
GOe. B. Green. Ast .Lots 19 and 20, bMk 81, Belmont
... nunott, -City of Pensa-
S'n-.. feies:~A' ... .. ..28 2s
Richard Brow.i.. ..50 ft. N 'tet by 150Ift, 95 ft
&Est of NW cor. blk 82, Bel-
mnnt timbering, City of
S PenSaool ; ......... _8 2s
Louisa Collins.....50 ft N front by 150 Tt, 195 ft
I- East of'lWrcor. blk 82, Bel-
mont clambering, City of
Pensacola ..... ......28 2s
Unknown.........70 ft N fronatby 110 ft NE cor.
blk 82, Belmont numbering,
City of -Pesacola .....2. 8 2s
Unknown.......... ft East front by 100 ft, 110
ft South of NB or blk 82,
Belmont numbering, City o(
Pensacol .. ........ .28 28
John D. Robinson..West 75 ft of B 160 ft by 150
ft S front, blk 82, Belmont
numberinag City of Pensa.
cola............ .. ... .42 2s
L. E. Willis .......West 75 ft of East 225 ft, by
150 ft, South front, bk 83,
Belmiot Numbering, City of
Pensacola .............42 2a
Amy Palmer........30 ft E1at front, by 120 ft, 150
ft N of SE Cor, blk 88. Bel-
mont Numbering, City of
Pensacola........... ..4 2 2s
Trustees I. O. of O; F. Lots 9 and 10, blk 86, Belmont
Numbering ,City of Penea-
cola.... ...........19 2s


Untkown (Estate
Fisher)......... Lots 23 to 24, blk 90, Belmont
Numbering City of Pensaoolal9
John Baine.........Lot 1, 8 16 ft, 6 in. of lot 2, 8 48
ft lot 24, 48 ft, 6 in. of
W 21 ft.'8 in. lot 23, blk 91,
leliont Numbering City of
Pensacola .............19
Mary Scott..........1ot 6, blk. 94, Belmont mum-
beringl City of Pensacola.z.19
Nina King..........Lots to 5, bik. 116, Belmont
numbering, City of Pensa-
cola ............... ..19
Unknown...........Lots 1 to 2, 29 and 30, blk.
S119, Belmoqt numbering.
City of Pensacola.... ....19
Unknown ........ Lots 26 to 30 ,blk. 126, Beknsnt
numbertin City of Pensa-
cola.......... .. ....19
Brle Charton........4ot 25, blk 128, Belmont Nm-
bering. City of Pensaool...19
Geo. Johnson........Lot 8. M 138, Belmont n u-
bering. City of Penoola..19
larnmd*........Lots 19 .and 20, blk 138, Bel-
moot numbering, City of
.Penaeoa, ......... ....19
GOs '3mono. .......Lot 2.8 bIt 133, Belmont aam-
bertg,~ City of Pensacola.,19
Goo P. Wentworth...Lot 2, bk.'138, Belmoat ,urn-
Sbering,- Clty of FeaP oia..19
Aaada and Btery -
Joaes..... i.........Lt s 2 ad 28, blk. 18. Bel
mo a mbersr. City et
Pensaoolj.... .... .. .19
Ppaaey W. .th... 1 to 4 d 25 to 23. blk
146, s eieaont asubering,
(Cy f Pensscoab .... i.19
Dam Tjomas.........Lts 1 sad 2, blk. 15.Bel.
-at -umbering City of
S.b.... i .....-. 1 '. ..... ....15
L. B..ty.......... .Al ,tw al blk 1.5, Be .o
'* M.i ** r..
; -M 1Pqilgi -C"
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M s i ..... L t 2 ~ 2 ~ n m a .. t 2
Lover. mmtat cIt, Citt
but 2? 7r Slim-n ke 2, city

*f, Ulmmt tiset, city ot
bncL,~~* .*fe(iY~l .. u..

Ua ##,We* al2~t. inhm lo'ts .30to
25 b& 1. Usamma t rmt
CIr~yQtrs Pmsba.. .. ..1 *e

34. Jo ...CUT a Po .1W s 41 ot las
.~ h t.rr nn l1s ha~..isn toilg

&*t abOlk iS. -eoat tmak
SatjOpk.St7 ... ..
WAWarTateOr....- -Lot 22, blk 21, Beljont mber-
CI ot i ... Ltsand T. b elmost
tract Caty o Pensaola ..
Anihew Payer..LOUt 130. -2L.b& 8,$ .Belmost
S trm aCty ac Peunola..
l.A Amass.... Lot 1,b b& 4, Belmnt tract,

Aar** Johnson. and
Kaytm Alen.s.Lotiv It6409., blk 40 Belmont
Tract Clttorpeasafoa....
JL L ParveW.*.Lo ts 3 and 24, blk 40, Bel.
l ot tract, city orfIPeas.m
M- IL. Wr WO*.......lnt ~SA- 1,29, h 44, BelmPat
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,4ky Q~abuaf,.,Lot 16, bik I ety at P s ..
Scola ...... .. ... .......19 1. 2 ..
1A5t BMMe........ Lot 7, k. It 2 Cty of Pmng
col .... ... b
sook thea.daou....It 3, bik 23. ty of P"06_

PeaMnola.. .. .. .. ...r 8s W
LAsoaI LU er uson.ladt 8, Mt. 23, City of Pease
col............. ...19 2s
0. lMcGOll.......... ots 25 nMd t 15 f ot
26, bk 28, OCty t penm~mEital ti w
. Wlmam........I a 21 nd 22, b. 3, Cityoi /
Pi s ..... .. 19 2 0
Joseph G. Hfllard.....Lot and N% 7, M. 31, OCty
O f PsMcols.. .. ... ... .....1 Is 320w
ia AJten.........Ios 1t and 20, bU M3, City ot
PeasAoola.. .. .. .. .....19 IS w
G. W.IRa d....... .ILotsa 1 to 2Sblk. S3, ity of -
Pem OI .. .. .. .. ...19 2s 8t -
P. Victor Ober......Lot 1, blk 34, Ctty ot Pe .
1cola.. ....... .. ...1 2 as w
Ja. a. "cOlla g ....BMat, 6 ft. lots 13 to14,,blk.
35, City of Peu-cfla. ....1 i2s
Lawrenoe BlRtoocia. t 40 ft. lots S to 22, blk. 3 5,-
City of Pensaola.. ......19 i 3n
G. IL Robiaso..... ot 24, blk 85 City tf Pens*
cola.............. .... 1 is ws
Vrlllnha HiL .....ota 1 and 2, blk. 36, CityX o
PeaeaR ol .I... ...... ....19 2s 3w -"
Unhkown........... Lot 1, blk 6, City of Penu- .
cels.............. ...It 28 3"i
L. Bole...........Lots 1 to 5 and wet 22 ft lot
26. blk 36, City of Pensaooal9 29 S0w
Eph Powell..........Lot 6 and 8 lot 7, bik. 37,
City of Pensacola.. .. .. 19' 30
W. J. Normaa........W% lot 12, bik 37, Cty of
Pensacola...,.. .. .. . .. -.
Unknown...........Lot 24, bk. 37, City of Pen
sacola.. ...... .. ..,...is.- 35n
N. A. Nellson.......aots 19, 20 8% 18, bk 38,
City of Pemsacola........19 is ruw
Lincoln L. erguson.Lots 8, 9, 10, bk. 39, City of
Pensacola.. .. .... ....19 a2 v
Jas. dwards.......Lots 19 to 23, bik. 39, City of
Pensacola.. .. .... ....19 s 3
Jane Wl"therspoon ...Dot 3. blk. 40, City of Pensa
cola.......... .... ...19 s SOw '
Sam'. Witherspoon..Lot 4, blk. 40, City of Pensa-
cola.... .... ...... .. ...19 i s.
Unnknown...........% lot 12 and W% lot 14,
bk. 40, City of Pensacola..19 2s 30
Lewis Goode........ot 13, bk. 41, City of Pensa-
cola.. .......... ......19 2S 3Wr "

George Johnson, also
Elisa Bonifay......Lots 25 and 26, blk. 41, City of
Pensacola ........ ..19
Geo. A. Parsons......South 50 ft. lot 6 and of 1%
of lot 5, City of Pensaoola..19
Morgan Moore......South 60 ft. of N. 100 ft. lots
4'and 5, blk. 44, City of Pen-
sacola .......... ... ..19
Unknown (Est.
Fisher)...........Lot 1 less E. 40 ft. of 8100 ft
lot 2 and 3 less 8. 60 ft.of
8 and of W. 52 ft. lot lots 4
5, 6. less N. 60 ft., blk. 45,
City of Pensacola.. .. .... .19
J. B. Laowles..,.....West 50 ft. of N. 125 lot 4,
blk. 46, City of Pensaeola..19
8. J. Robinson...... South 60 ft. lot 3 and of W%
lot 2, blk. 48, City of Pensa-
cola.. .. ............19
Mrs. Dennis Peyton..South 60 ft. lo 4 and of E%
lot 5 blk. 48, City oi Pens-
.......... .. ... 1
Caroline Simpson.... 60 ft lot 6, anadaf %W lot
5, blk. 48, City of Peascola 19
L. Bole.............South 30 ft of N. 90 0t, lot 6.
and of E% lot 5, blk 48, CIty
of Pensacola.. ...... ....19
Perry Foster....i...N. 30 ft. o 8. 60 ft. lot 6 and
of E% lot 5. blk. 48, City of
Pensacola.......... ....19
Geo. Gabal "ad Edith
Hofman..........N. 46 ft. of S. 90 t o 1 mad
of E% lot 2. blk. 50, City of
Pensacola-.. .... .......19

30w 2 71 Unknown (bt. S. C.
Cobb)............N. 30 ft. lot 6 and of E% lot 5,
blk. 50, City of Pensacola..19 2s 3w
30w 5 19 Aloxo Thomas.....S. 60 ft.of W% lot 2 less West .
1 toot, blk. 51, Otty of Pensa
otla.. .............. ..19 2s 30w
Frances Z wards....N. 100 feet lot 6 and of 3% lot
O3W 2 21 5, blk. 51, City of Pensacol.19 2s 30 W
SJ. EL Iawless........Lot 4, blk. 52, OCty of Pena
cola.............. ...19 2s 3 0w
1, Boley............ S. 120 ft, lot 1 and o D% lot
30w 4 6 2, blk. 53, OCty of Pea colasS19 3U0
Mark T. Wade, At..S. 50 ft. of N. 75 t. of lot 1,
and lf B% lot 2, blk. 4,
.. City of Pensacola........19 2 3S0
30w 46 6 Tho. Stepheas....... 75 1. lot landt o % lot 2,
bU 54, City of P eacomol..19 is 30S
Ohas. HUdgiu......st 50 ft of S 110 ft alt 1
blk. r6, City of Pensacola..l19 s 30
S6w 4 66 Ben. Johno......S. 60 ft lot 3 ad o W. 46 ft.
lot 2, B. 5, City of Penas
cola......... .... .. ...192 s 3
s9w 4 03 Lizie Davis.........N. 60 ft. lot 3, and of W% lot
2, blk. 66, City o Penacolal9 2 30w ,
M. Willi..........N. 70 t lots 1 and blk 57,
30w 4 06 City of Pensaoola.... ....19 i2 3
Sandy Dennis.......N. 40 ft lot 4 and of W% lot 6,
blk. 38, City of Petmoots..19 s 30w
Wmn Hanmilton......West 17 ft. lot 2 and East 1 ft.
iot 3, blk. 59, City of Pen-
0 s8 7 eaol.o....... ... .....19 Is 0w .s
John Green........South 40 ft. lot 3 ad W% ,
s0w 1 41 lot 2, bl. 60, City of Penas-
Scols.. .. .. .. .. .. ....19 s O~2
A. J. Watkns......N 75 ft.lot 4 ad o W% otS, "
SOw 4 06 bki 6, City ot Peaemola..19 2s 30w
Dlaeb and Crna..N%ioot 3 and ofW%ot 2, i
71,Cty of Pensaola......9 2 s 30w
30w 4 19 Chas. yAubre.... Lots 4, 6, blk. 7, Caty of
SPesao.. .. .. .. ....19 i 3U '
i LN. M. Davi..........ot 2, bk. 73 City of Pena-
30w .co. lat..................19 is U- 's -
S Isaac Shepard, At..Lots 5 ad 6, blk. 73, City of
0w Pe23umol .......... .. .19 2s w
3 D.W. Doster........Lotland %2,blkU City .of
a P.Pmdat ........ ....19t 2a
30- 3 07 Henry M-oorI, ACt.. 1at 3. bl. 81, C0ty of Pu wa&
cola..... .. .. ...... 19 as, sw
0 3 80 WW.T. Maon=........Lot bi. ,CtyC t Pi w .

3w 3 58 Josepibte Bake....Lot 3, bki 8S City of PeFas
,W 345 ... I..a .. .... ..
low 3, 45 .LOUa no..........N 40flot6s al"dOBf]t )a6s
blk. 89, City of Peausslae..19 2s 3w
Unkaown............Lt 4 ad 5, t. 97, City ao
Peoe.. ... ..... ... is 2-w..
s- 7o0 Oh .c H. Taylor.....ats 16 d 17. b, 9, SC o t
aa 70 Ol.. .. .. .. ..... 2Sp ..
John vliva.........L to 3ad 21, tk 98% Ci ,t
SW 01. Ps la A:. .,W.f.... .. 2s8 9w
Win w. weea........IuI6M q&.^w* tL gIB( y
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-"- jsl A Ia es me w as. tte, thee t
np ofbus yoey v A th ck-ttrs to
t Te trouble ul
STe red tae Uat etl srd
Sjoin a cothe na companal and
t oparde rly expeed t wothatrk
gigpp sad lasuliasa sd a
ai-g menu Seegs into -la ie dtu
s Me quairatie tables,
Sthe bi ditch will be ell clubs
M deSeir och c sdracrack players.
St will n w a pledge to pina ar
Sown ase ballbere ts M hope.ar
AsJutee after he w shu am theo -Is
1tw of iamoe In the comtry to
meet the defcit. '7%e trouble IO it
met in the U~ned tatem Trm my.

Sdered tape artist ts are atil hard
at work on the Panama andntil the It
is confidently expected that wok
Sps. the big ditch will be wellor hat
way by 1950.

Murdetrer Hoch Is steAdy e o tw.
Woader if he Is guring upos arguing
U.s mownca e beoe theGa ro arof

S Justiceler eklau pspers of M horn m
tas ciln ia the UmlowS to ea t

Sar Nhlas has -aabee be8en
Sadder he a bed at Teabo moedde
es a declared himself In oarOf aa
tiai the war chntilap the mt isod-
Ssed.ie posie alrity O f dam-
SpeN merma be respoble not ,er his
SMt e attitude r

e.* Tamp a realM rsedt too the wd
Sense oof the pateest medicine mas '-
fte wers and chaaterla the .

b aet made, mt uon eir Ie ep-U Mot
by eweral weekly papers o mart or
I- No ruotmls ase Wa oly rot." Ithe
W0 1n has the fortoaing to may e m
e sublet:
Si esrable aterest has beea
-am"-e lately by the attacks mAe by
S weeaty papeRs O f gamtseral
Spon propri tary man-
ele a ei heral and the daily ad
a2w. p apes. The speie M
ewvas Mes Imt these medielse
Sumws amtbse- aewupapers
atere Intaw a cowspireoy to seno
9 e b iC a lot 4 cheap 'pa1 t 1 ha d-
eormpo"ed largely attl e

"ID r sawlt01 n
h Healddips no biw ew the

the area be a tow worthless
harmtul peparatioMses the mua-
Lb!Herald willnot dway. but It is
Wd very ittle mo ey -w the
gp-apers for advuetdlg teb
MeWMM out a short se order sAd
mop"to make what thea cm as theb
*a Ve, but the ertayif Wemd uIN
ootie to adveorte a
or hbats"m artile saims oit
the Mmslone f thu sewpowag
In a aned tlg Wam will
article at @onem iet, p9M
article b"sreal Mert B
dhs inwapaper vadeitaag -to

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(OGottn o f Pae Two.)

1L5. Bidders wast visit site, make
all msW e tsw cake oemadis and
sabmit b ue ptit with bid.
Plaem and aped.catoas can be aoea
t Po a. Florida, CIn the o*ce of
A. M. MeMIalna Clerk at the Cireut
OMut. he ra t Is rsewerve to reject
Wky or all lN.I Bid to be addrwesee
to A. M. MeMUlan, Clerk Board County
Commlsslptra. Penacola, Florida,
and should be marked. Proposals for
Steel Bride." j717l
To proWve for the lemuance of Bonds
of the fCty of pesMs a.
der and by vkirue of an Aset the
a at to e ate of Florida,
ne A Act to Autherite the
City of PenaoselI to lse"e negmia.
hble hnds for menial perpees,
and p10re1 14 r the -p themI*
of," appriad May 12th, 1906.
Beo t ordated by the, Mayor and
Comell of the City of Peaseaola:
Setloes L That negotiable coupon
beads of the City of Pensaeola shall
be- issued as thereafter provided for
the several purposesa ad amouata
eam rted, as follows :
tar the purpose of purchasing, or
eemtrtlag, Waterworks the sum of
Tr -H Mirad a4d Fifty Thousand
DoNm( *353.M.00), or so much
-aeoa ma yoy a mecemary.
For t amrpos of ooustructina or
IaSnY 3 a n7t4m of *aaI a amad
aa s the a Two Hundred and
ft-y thmia Doara (120o.00.0),
or 0MiO tteeat as may be eco'
'For the pmr of paying and dher.-
wiae ft t kb deetns ao d pulbo
wao, Of o olthMi s"m of One Hnw-
*rdt sad 9W Thousand Dollars
(Pon U0.M *), or W m- ch thereof as
rb thoe arpose of pUrsh.aii a
alte -e, or ooeetreeuotl, or prolm
a caty ball edint, the sum of Seven-
ty-Te TheeBse Dollars (76.00.00).
or so much thereof as my obe meeO
tr the purpose of purchasing a site
a"d oeat ln. or providing, a Po-
lice Station ad Jail bImldles. the
"m of Twamtyv Thomuad DDolars
($%000.00), or so much thereof as
my be maomery.
Any ma- received furm the sale
.of ay of said bands which shall not
hbe used or tho purpose aatoriad
san hbe M p l the slaking fund
sad fmed ohky for the purpose of re.
Ulria the baods Issued under this or.
See. 2. That the bonds provided
for hberea shall he known as "Improve.
meat smodscof th City of Pensacola,
Florida." They shall be Issued in the
aame of the City of Pensacola and
shall be afaed by the Mayor, .he City
Oomatriler. aad the Chairman of the
ord of Bod Truames, aad shall bear
corporate seal of the City of Pea-
eMaolS. aId bIsis shall be at the
deanatlm et one thousand dollars
.41W.t s) aa hall be numbered In
the .Or In wl ebh they ar laMueo.
The fm at o said boad shall beo as
huo~ft pro vded by ordinaane, reo.
onsdod by tbhe Board of Bond Truns.
tooSa. bld hat shall bo emoed the
frut dav of October, A. b. o. or %t
s*eh tim tereftr an the Counil
may pro by ordinance, and they
*shah becons due- and payable thirty
*MM' after tho date of their IsnI
Swih the opton reserved by the city of
retiring at jar and accrued interest
& ay arl aof msald bonds aambere4
b me (1) to three hundred and
b ty (MR). lotatie. at say titae after
StwNty rta tw the date of tisse,
Ssad these npabretd tr m three hus-
Sdred aI Iftyoes (-51) to ve sa-w
dre4 (W00) latualve at any time after
I twert4(ve )y) ears te the date
a mn. The salo ba ds shall draw
teat f** to- dat. of leo st ai
Sad 7 ot e" rlo Tve (51 per contain
Sem am pmo a l the l st day Ce
;amBa am the am day of Julty of
ask 70a0. ". d shali have blteral
: apons atashed payable ma said
ta. The Muimat mad i auet ato
sald bWas albe paya le la pld
eslo Vthe IMa- Sttats o Ammts s

prescrlbng fo

Beaer*t a th tar foa thp of

* nlei seeg gnare hfsri e
l-Mei- -l pMe to. b ees.

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go~ Ovmgo 6'.
IOWy qnvmls. lta"

hpft..own*. .11....... 10* 1-

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Lanfe wtw ....IALf17 sk S106 106. CRY
-~6 soa. .... :.t2 w-
L C. s Qlg4q... 1. il23m. S. bWLin, 0.city C
F.u A. *WI3 r..Lot1s A 2. bib. WML107, Cirty
"- waes~.. ..*. .. .. ....iat 26 sow
Walker A ..........Llot, Mytof1 1%1,C.t O
Peabei..... ."1926 sow
..Lt ~ib 1~,Cit o N..t2
.... s~lt......1M34 Cit" Oy aoftP*.
IcolaM; 0 .. .. .. .*..a "

J. D. Weamdr*.......AMl btk. 14 Clty of. Pesacoa 19- s43Ow
6On ............All bL Ill; Cityr of PeOaaeelkb19 2t3
Utinkwn (Net..Ja"-
4=~)............. Latis to 10 AM 25to It bb.k
*in, CiRY of emcaola.. -3is so0so
LUnknown .........Lot~s 4 to 10. Wkb. 1,City 6f
IPteneea....... *.1)20sow
PI~ba;I c.... .Lc~tt 19;, bit. 12. ityofPm
sacala..............-. 193 I Sow

Unknown (Ert. Jau-
don) ..............Lots 1 to 5 and 11 to .
128, Ctt of Penmacola ....0) 2
Robt. Donald ....... LotS and K% 2, bik 120, City of
Penamola.. ........ ..s1$ 's
W. Pickett..........L't It bk. 181, City of PO
Eao t. .... .. .. ......19 to
Josephine Everhart. .Lc Peascola.. .. .. .. .. ..It Is
Unknown ........... Lot* 27 and 2, blk. 183. City
oat f eola... ........O t
Unknown (Est. Janu- .1
don)...... .... Lota 14, IS, I1 to S, Mik. 1I5.
C, ityeof Ponsme) ..... ....19 Si
Mrs. Isum Russ.....Lot bkb. 1.I Cnty of Pen-
eacola., .. .. .. .. .. ....1) Is
T. C. Watson & Co..Lot 11 blk. 134, Cit of PoS
smols.. .. .. .. .. .. ....1 2.
M. UI Davis.........Lotl91, bik 144, City of Pens.-
o .i .. .... .. .. .. ..... .I to
Unknown..........Lot 4, blk. 147. City of Pem.
eOla.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .19 3
Unknown..........ILot 21 and 33, bik. 148. Cl4y
of Paonsat.. .. .. .. ...1 5
M. Barrioa, also`re.
Wemtworth.........Lt 8. Mk T, New City of P- .
Georgas oode.... t 17, bi. 8. New City of Pen.
ea(els.... ,. .. ......
Unknown (Ana
Commyns).. ......Let IT, bIk 13t Now City of
Wan. Bemtley........Lot 1. ik 14, New City of
.. .. .. .. ...

Js raen..........Lot NewCity of

Ueal sel Ad.......ot.. L bk. 1. Now Cty Fat
Uebbuwa........ W*I'm. is; 9NW 94
nea e ... .. .. ...
harry Ade.m....... Lot SI* 15, New City o
wa. ......... . .ia k. No .y w

Win. Gobdetucker....Weet M lot 7, bMkI 1. NeW
4lty t Peaaeoa ....... .
Wa. Neleog.........t I. -i T1. New City at of
eisao.. .. .. .. .... .
Unknown ..........Lots 1 td hk 14. Now City
Oft PeaSeol.. .......
Unknown (BMt
lsther)...........Lot 5, bt. 18, Now City of
Annie Randanl......I.ts 19 and 1 bik 18, Now
Otty. a ne sta.ia . .. ...
Wi. Willame......Lot. k. Si. Mw C My of P *
Chas. Wright........lt. b, Ik 2 New Clty
'Pemea"... 99 ......6
Thos. Taylor........Lot 4. bi. 24. New City of
pmasoanda .... .. .. .. ...
Unknown (Bet
Fier)..........8. 6 t .of N. ft lots I and
2, bik. 216 New City of PeO
saals.. .. .. .. . ...
Sott, Douglase......S. S ft. iot 4 bibk. 26, New
City of Peamcols. .. .. ..
Henry KiSS.......... I ft. of 4 it. ot .aad
of W. 8 ft.lot 4. bik. 3
Mo City a t Penecola.. ..
Unknown (Fmsher)..East 3 ft. lot 8 and W. 16 ft
lot biMt. L Now City of
Pea).coln.. .. .. ...
LesdIe B. BrookL-...Lots 1 and u I. bi. 2. New
Ctty of Pemsaaot.. .. ....
IL G.ilva..........Lot, bk. New City of
Unknown...........N.53ft. s to 4.b 4, New
city.oftpeomacot.. .. .. ..
M. A. AUrch...........I t, ft. o 74 ft. lots '
is, t ,14 Now City of rPNer
,acala.. o .. .. ..
Unknown (WOo
,isher)o....... ...A lots ~0, 9 1, N of 8. 74
*t ijl k ft.of W. 0 ft.
-f l* A. bhk 44. New City o
hse esl a ........ ....

Ge A . Thoamps..Let snd W.3 ft. 3 bli. 3,
NowCity i t P0meela.- ....
r.B. Seller........iLots 1;, 1m 8 New City of
man S l5 .. .. .. .....
L P. Beha.mba.L..... tsa .11Wa I bi NMk. ,w
Qity of pe-saota.... .....
J. R. Care........ .. .t 17 a-d, Iw New
A .3. Joeas... ...tMa 1.M,Nw
City If Pesmsa.. .. .. ..
w. W L wjer.; ..... t ,j MWk. INC New CT oa
e miels.. ...... ...
Uskaowa:..........Jot 4,.b 10.' Now City of
M. A. Ureb. ........Lotl 1a S. 1,. New City o
L 1 isma a.. .. .. .. ..
S.Dr. Dkia.... ... S V L tM 1X Oew

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G.J'. Wgflims.... Log -ot I1 t 4 "Ileno*OW
city Oc ff.mA
Uatn~u........weit to U3,k M M% Nw OW-
lklw..........J0 Ots 14t.' blk 21.m Wu
of PWOil's., ....

'.8lsi Sfmiay....LoU4 41 Wk. 234. Now (Utr,

Camr* Pi, Avey. ... All bib 2K Now CtOft Na.*
Nether H~ward.Lb ItblL56"t low OIW 4
A. L3. *..- AoM13 -101 8, blk 2NWXM
city at pemmop11a.. ....60
IL IL DsrtmXb........ its lo"AM to, bib. MW
GMIkgk S~th... LO.s 19 a"Sk Wk Mb 3, am
city of imoP a .. ..
U Ugley ............ Itul1to 4 bW It. 2NO* CW
~of Pawe,# 9 .
T.- 3. V1u~lx, also
64m. Wvmorth... loft7Ito.10., w It. 1 ,1. lb
.~~city V at SMeRSO.. ..
fj a) m ........An ll tSM 1w City Of ?s
Oeaola....... *. **-a
WuL PoVbiuao .LAU 1to 4 bkI?3.Jfw, Oft
of Pmemachl.....*
jaui Lmm. ;........Lot aA ba2746 8thw Umyzqf
.p sa se b .... 9 9 ;F.0
,r. C. W*4soa& Co.. AH ll bb.57, N9w My .
C.RMeArthur ....Lots L1I.3.2 211, 306'UJt
of pm lais ... 9..4 -V 4.
IL W"zd....... ... Lots 19.sOW 23. b~b 2203. PJI
C,, Poseaa.. .,*
j.-1. shrpiftn ..........Lots I1t41.L26. 3lMI
city 4d rmmes....404,
Buck 14.. ........lofts14 to I1&3. 21% W
c ity V Fewodsas.. a
1. L. Iodge ........Lots 14 MWt 14. bib.2K4
city ~aat ula..e
'1u.1M aldM........Lot 11. bnIb. 8 14W escar-*#
jmw:C6ai', also
A., A~sbet ........Lots 1 1%S. Wk .$19,ls
D. IL' Wilbo.. ..... L4t& SltdLS baL .319.,,9
,city of ONS8eia....
Uuwgbowa ..........Lots 1is asi 1#* bib, so.
-* ~~~Cityofat Aeasa..*
Unummwu (BBt. Jan-
d)........... Lotsa1tol106ML let~.~
city Oi i Nmmfeul..
SUM aCUMr........LotSladS. 26N 8
city of ... 99 44

Unkmown- (BEt. Ja-
d0n)0............ .Lot 1 to b, nk. 7, Now
orril olomon .. Lots 7. 8, 6. dr *gi, NewU
Numberft b bk S,
City of lammuh.. .. .l,
IL M. DaTi...........N. 60 .Ia of3 l a .nI fpi| -
lots 10 to 12 r SW3, 9ry
City )0utbrtag bile -
New Coy PCenoseas. .4*
Jerry Laswlter.......Lots 1 t& 2 b. 84 w
City of lPmmas. .. .
$$abellaf Aostas......Lot 8. $ 8 New a% at*
Corer aad Kaffrian. Lot 2 ,-tk. 10, O
City of at p ae a..
pearlatt Parker.... Loc 8 ,i. 1. laS .skB1
Chy od f mm am wie .. .o

I~n20w (atAdM7
Impmo) ......Lout 2. bxit.1, D~
CiY gof peseassi.. .
$0~ 'POWeus........ IAta 4-and5,b.21
Tractk City at lmm,.
vilas Powers ........ mts and5.66bIb. SL~e
Trust -C-t .1N ofQ
UakmW O~z Ht. Flsb)Lt3,6t k M. U.Dowl~sp
city of Peeosees..
Clm Coiquadn, A~t..Lets 5Imm# 4. bWb
~Tract, Cary at
Blomgs Harri.......50NftSotIt w4,bao
Tinset. ow ve
t7v**m .........ot 1 k b S. It
Cl~oty 41 asaowb...~
Vif..........Iofta2 to t UbL. 7%

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Vuknown............Lot 2t 2B3.
IaLit A E1....... fad23 b Stoy 61f n
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ca t oP -is .a. .... .26ftb
Rbt.rKe Badwf..... ..LAW 1004 b k tya

PWOltONtp ...... .... .......U so Mv
.f H McCelwoi...... KSa" aotW6S4b"1%ofMqW4L
3.L~ augh ... trift61W14e'by3..e... .
xmen olhi --Wk 0 t Uk 5, CtoyIT, bma,
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CK ofilymof ftmao-l- -..3..n 2Bmw
Toy a S.~ Rt Owa ftgmof .. 82 S
It L D-V~gbu- -- otf 41 aIt atWM. by 102Cftyat
lids .3.x I M
L. nobnam ........ Weaft 1 it d *~iW%. bIRPt,

atmmods .. ................Stok a"

J.J and
& E. L. McCash. .Laa 1, 14, 15, blk 5. City oa
F ..asnt .. .. .. .. ..... m0w
f'. WatC.......W. s a f su tt5 u. nCa rat 6
P*meola .... .. .. .2 5 a 0w
emes. ............ ... .. .. N M
W C.1 Mtrea...Ir n ad 22. . City of PS .ma
Tholi C. atti a O.W.ot ao ftr ot loteUIto4.4 Mb
4.MatfPelemaIts........ 8 M0r
7 OL C. Wrta t CatOWeat 2 ft C iwnces o1a 1 "
It of in I to 4. blk 64. Cfty
Wbt. i me.lsl.... ........... 8 2s
obt. BuDmt......L t 12. blk 65. City of Cm*-
Pco ..a.. .. .. .. .. .. .... 8 w
Mellie lia;Jil 2. llM I1 Cit.y of Pmmeolt. 2B Ov
No'e Pmm .Tt, 21. i3,k V City of Pmmsb.1 2 Mw
ollieP mr .Lat 22.,hutk S.C3e6P a a 2a M*
Unkmica...... ....,.1b 41 t o 1 to 4. hdk U,
AW of ...mm.Lft ._-d...s to
. 0. avery.......lIAts to I o m, X4y6 16,
D. D Gam .,. ... ..t .6 1 ,O-

V.A. Wood...........1ts 21 aM 2 9. .Wk7. City at1
Pensmaif .... ..0.. .. .. .A t
T. Q. Watson & Co Lots ,14. IIk. -k 1K Ct -1d I I ..
hes ir..................7h n, lu2h.y. .... -...
Pensacolka ....... .... .....lotm

(MLU Nee) .... All bltk1165,Cilt piman.ttitl
Jet MOseRd........ East 7 ft o W i rf at
I to 5, MkI 114, OCty ar Pa-
emooia .. .............. 81 t1W
B. M. and A. Bett. Lots 7 and 8, bit 11i City et
SPensacol.. .. ...... .. 2a*
Je Steward.......Lot 11. bik 116, City of Pc..
cola .. .. .. ... ... ... ... 2 8,I
Tal Garrison.......Lots 12 to 17, bik 11, City 6
Pea aola .. .. .. .. .. .. .- -
Cel8stae Mitchell...E 75 ft loa 18 to 21, MWk US.,'
City of e Pemma ila .. .. ... 2 i
I. a.60........ Wet 5 ft of lota 18 to 22 amd
all of 23. bk 114. C ty e
Pensacola .. .. .. .. .. ..M s uW
Chris Aaoutse..West U* ft bik 117. City of tP-*
1e0s01.......... ...-.....f B M
lawreaoe Crockett.West GO ft of 3123 ftN bk 11t i
Sety of Pensacol .... ..M
arl *wtes...1ast 0 ft of N% or MMat M
lots 13 to 17, blk 117, COt of
Pensacola .. .. .. .. .. .. rf t1
L N. Dasrt..........Lots 6 to 12. blk 119, City 6O
Pensacola .. .. .. .. ..4 8 Mwa
SM. Datvis........Lot 19. blk 119, City of P -
cola.... .. .. .. .. r pr
4 IL. Smit.........Lot 22. bik 119, City at1 a-
cola .. .. .. .. .. .. .. *- sw
Ty AJ. Stome......All blk 140. City of Psaends .40 h ft W
Geo. I. L rom, Agt.West 180 ft of '% mm W t
120 ft of 1%. k b 141, C1 *,
or .enasacola .. ..... M. a A
L A. QnasUen........Lots to 11 NW% IMk
147. City ko Passoa- ....n..2 he OW
L A Gealt ......SW% lots I to 06 and24. blk 14.
148'. ty of P ,eana- .. .. S 4 w.
arew .....Lot .... .. C .ty .... P
J A N2U.........list 2. Uk 1M. CIty Pa ,
,,,._a..... ... .......... .... n8 1*

(~ els).-.AU ll 164. CMy of Pels. .R- 85sew
Si cott ..........W" lots I to 1,blk 1066,CRtYo4C
.............................. .... .. ..-..... 28h am
F' G Iemaw....W% blt iMiMyC4t reuPmsmodts.*30, O

'Em. k i)....AM l~k 171.C%* Of 10fput. -MB
.....qm....... .. 4Al bft 172, City oft MNmfts. .49
VaA Stone... 46u kU 12.MiY Of PVMMOots..25 -XM
HaiC R a ............&&a Uk 211. Caty 61 N
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Umkwma...... *.* 40by IN A at "- U 1. blk #4
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7. City oat Peasoola.. ... ,42s 3 w2
White Depont...Lots 4 ad 7., blk 7, City of
Peanqaola .. .. .. .. .. ..43 s 8 w
C. W. aW.Jo ha ......L3ot2 23 g i 42ft, i laceatof
lot fL Mk 1t, Oty of Pena-
Cola .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..42. s elw
Mrs. Mary Klttetbily ft N front by 125 ft or N
S 125ft lot 1, NW Oer. b. .
II, City-of Pesacotao .. ....42 '2 20w
J. B. M9uler.......Lets a 1, 4 10 ft.nof
klot 6, k 7. New City of
S..~ P.Mwal.. ......
W. L. Tb&p........ite It aud2-, except N Xti
ft. bik 82. New City of Pen-

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L Bote... .7 ac s divided of J. t .. 4 s
OaaSeave oGat .. .. ..23 29 I1w
Mr. Margart 8walne. aut 126 ft lot 24, or N 2 R I,
Sof 8 2 by X Bmast front, ,
bk 11, City of Pensaola ..42 as 2W
Ulebard Morlsa.. ..Lot 11, blk 13, CIty of Peasa-
cola...............4..2. 2s. w
IL H. WIlso.......Lot 13, blk 1. ty of (eP-s y
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k. 6 Mw.......... Lot s, L ... 1i .. City* of Pren.-

cob .la .. .. .. .. .. ..42
JL. Eweg et otl...Lota 1. 2. I k UI, City at Pa-
Umwacesa ....42
(DL X LUcey).lLots 4 and 1, bik 20, City of
Peme.o.s ..42
J. L. e.. ........Lotas 2 to bik 28, City of
.. .... = Psim5o5te ....... .......42
J. I W It &l....Lot 1, 1172. 2, 24k and
2' blkU. CkjytPmCola.42
Ka-e M.P erbat.... eXt O Rt I, Wh 6. CIty o.
CQ D. lns........ W% lot -oWAM blkt S?,
-. ,. .. t -.I .., 44 l ..4l. 4...
Chas Maode........Lots 12 to *t 4 % M s%*7.
C og uPmanla ... .. .. .42
L M Peareo......... s 2tt Aot T. W% of 18. or
BO blk 7, City 4 9 aaca4M 2
J. K. IwlNmet al...W Mft f ltr 2., asM 20 It let 8,
.. IkAy, fC e MeooIa.. ..42
Jas. Sta*ke........Lot 2-, bk 111, City or Peas.
cola .b ..... .. ... ..42
Nic Nicholas....... It 14 and M blk 118, City of
Peasaeola .... ........ .42
W. JuleaW lliamn .Lot L I. ast 10 ft lot 2, Mast
1t lot 1W0. Aea.ea N 18 ft
lot A2. t 122 Cty of Pen-
Sacot .. .. .. .. ,. .. ....42

abst GMs adfner.Lots 14 ad 15, blk 146, City
of Pensacola ..........42
Robt. L. maMs1on1.Lots tt a ad 17, blk 146, Cky
fft PMWeael ..... ..... ..42
Ida Z. Brows*......ot 18 bik 146, City of Pensa-
cola .............. .. 42
W. D. Barry .......North & ft lots 1 to 4, and of
Bast 6 ft of lot 6, blk 160,
City at P mmna ..c..a.... 42
J. K.I w rigat ....LotA 1 to 5, 21 amd 2, blk 167
City of Peacola .. .. ... .42
J. wMlag et al..Tats 7 to 10 tract, 9% ast of
lot D, blk 176, City of Pensa- -
John Thompoa... .Lots 6 and 4, bIk 1i7, City of
Penamola .. .. .. .. .... 42
F. B. Lee....... ..Lot 14, blk 180, City ot Penaa-
ola .. .. .. .. .. .42
C. F. Ward........Lots 1 and 1 bIk 123. City of
Pensecola .. .. .. .. ..42
J. K. Ewing, ct sl..North 956 t ot 7 to 10 and of
W 6 ft lot 4. blk 195. City of
Penscola.. .. ........42
Chas K. Herman... .Lots 1 saI 4, lk 201, City of
Peasaeo .. ... .. .. ..42
C H. Blsas.........Lot In SW Cor. section 42, D
B. 20, p. 142, Cty of Penaa-
cola .. ... .. .. .. ..42

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Hanah) ........ A llk71.C*,Q1Oensapola .. .40
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Nasaola.. .. ...40
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Tstees may deemb advise
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thirty 46ys after the day
Ia notice. On the day
fA Jotice for eceviany

Boned Trustees at aro
at the itan y hal an tme
o suc stees shall have

be *Doard of Bond Ta un
i de* sale, and soe froa
SatS of said bonds re-
0e a&r of said bonds re.

1T 28I 'e, That all bonds, when ao
g ed, 'or hissmd hall be placed bs
the Board of ond Trustees in stc
1 88 badLl or banks, or other desposltory
als l be appl*oed by the Counci
of 0 Qty of Petsacola, and all money
4 368 nMlt from the sale of said bond
sfal ip deposited by the Board o
2 57 Badi Trustee .wilth such depository
&ad o a jaot needed for Imme
s 2 diMe d ". i "aMl be placed a
by -cMh Trstees at such
1 U5 piet and ofa sti k terms and con
5dttMn a'tie oouneUl may approve.
4 8 *e .t S. tit atsball be the duty of
tli ufti au g o Trnstees whenever
1 41 it o r otorwiie disposes of any
bo1i, or to register the same
is lam-k to be profiddd for that pur
S7 0~aMl tobe kept in the oMee of
6 7 A trolr. Such re utra
S tltw the number and de
4 w lUr each lsBd. when and to
*1 weh glt M heW disposed of, and
t ae- t for old or disposed

SO, 71 W O W.':ity Trmearer
_, 1at1 A ers and agents eo -
* 1*: *ifetdehivng any.-.eaey front
i, tas. or other soroe
S1 toPa to.t y payment of the
: t or laltrest of said bonds, or
9 54 r ayiortion. of the in-
. f eate thereby, shall
.1 .thl .~~rofteaer if re-
Sby te ardo Bond Trustees,
4 O Wtt ipto, In duplicate, showing
t a aaUnt collected, or receiv-
Iy edly the, and the person or source
S. ri. wilt the same was received, or
4legd. One of sild reports shall
beJh n the records of proceedings
41. fb theoMrd eOt Boad Trustees, and the
4tO -4ha0 be filed with the City
D.oler and enfterled by him in a
T g? i bo*1.e povided for that purpose
W Me dInretio of .the Finance
10 7 O, r ea' of the City Council.
4 "7 %ee. . Tb the Mayor of the Cit.-
o, oP m a Is hereby directed to is-
1 58 his'cW Proelamai"o. calling an elec-
tlto be held on the 22nd day of Au-
guA. 1D..0, S to determine whether
S02 or tok 'the aIsuance of bonds for the
purposes had ameomts herein enum-
308 er tid, or any of them, shall at that
tl appren'ed by .the majority
Ao"f es ast by the qdalifled elec-
175 tis- itto vdte and voting at
7 7 cl 8o9Said proclamation shail
737 27 c th'e "ames. of the members
of itle Board of Bond Trustees and
4 06 shllI b pmisAled dal'l In a newspa-
0 V pimlhsbne in the City of Pensaco-
4 0 la during the peri o of one week.
AVI. That, before the time of
thae iaoe o said- proclamation, the
2 71 Cat shaui,by the affirmative vote
of Wtard l d llthe members-elect
10 67 th p iKlled voters of the City of
PI*sag. eaic of whom shall be the
o0 real estate therein, as a
4 11 Boar of Boud Tr stees. The mer-
411ben 4- -WWat4 4 tBa all be elected
1 toi the fera yq* ye4r, resp'tily. All vacancies on
1 4 the Bd a of b.ad Trustees shall be
l s, iitod *hl Ooul.. Xach of said
Bndl.. ruiiaksall give a bond !un.
the ;i41 O t Thousand Dollars
S a el We such compensar
11 O 1 shall from time to
w b t0 o b-y ordinance. Said
ad O B Trustees. in addition
7 67 7 paweia ad dtles hereby con-
m VM gImeei W the powers vest-
331 ed4 9 n dates conferred.
Dp t B ot Boni Truatees ofI
12i t ooOa by an act of
1 RAW1 Itt of o-
12L 41 daIt^ 'to Authorhe ti

le ^ proe~t thereof," ap.
)Il^ l^ W lK, and hall pow
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Iron Works and Supply Co.
Manufacturers and Repairers of
Prompt attention 0tfan to all orders, day or night. Aghta
for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dogs, alo
Chalts of all descriptions.
Off0e Phone 122. PHIL WITTMAN, M
Rseitdenee Phone 10m. P. La

C sand Dollars (10O.0.00) for purebas. the day of election. No perofstaho
, lng or constructing Water Works? be allowed to vote at aid electld
......Against Bonds. whose name does not appear upea th
t list prepared, approved and pehMbN..
.......For Bonds. Shall bonds is- ed as aforesaid.
- sue for Two Hundred and Fifty Thou- See. 12. That the City Council sra
sand Dollars ($260,000.00) for con- at least fve days before the day o-
f structing or providing a system of election appoint three inspectors Sa
r sewerage and drainage? one .clerk of election to hold the eio ..
...... Against Boads. tion herein provided for in each eleg
Stion precinct of the city. If 45y 3*,
. ......For Bob4s. Shall bonds is- spector or clerk so appointed 1hall ftMI
f sue for One Hundred and Fifty Thou- to attend the proper polling place at
* sand Declars ($150,000.00) for paiVng the time fixed for opening the pols,
* and otherwise imprlvlng streets san the inspectors present shall ill the
Sptblic, -ways? vacancies, and, if all the inspect
I ......Against onda. ire absent, then the majority of the:
I persons present qualified to vote in
......Por Bonds. Shall bonds fI said precinct at said election, saBll
r sue for Seventy-te Thousand Dollars Aill the vacancies.
($75,000.00) for the purpose of pur-. Sec. 13. That on the day oat-
chasing a. site and or constructag or election the polls shall be opened a$.
, providing a ctty hll bidinstg? eight o'clock A. M., and shall be
i ......Against Bonds. ed at sundown, with an Intermisshit
of not more than one hour for dimer,.
......For Bonds Shall bonds is. The pofs shall be located at or as near
I sue for Twenty-five Thousand Dollars as practicable, to the polling place
($26,00000) for purchasing a site and used in the last preceding city deo..
construealg, or providing, a Police tion.
SStationand al building? tSee. 14. That the inspectors aaw
. .S.....Against Bounds clerks of each precinct shall ma
out and sign duplicate returns of said
Each cross mark on said ballot 'n election and deliver one copy thereoa
I front of the words "For Bonds" shall to the City Comptroller and one o
constitute a vote of the elector mak-; to the Chairman of the Board o at
I inug the same l fVot f th proposl-' vassers at the City hall as noo9
tion to issue bom4 for ttge purposes may be practicable after their, do .."
and amou ts and g4 such' of the polls. Said returns shall
cross mark in frInt 4te *'te words the number of persons voting It
"Against Bon p" shall constitute a election and the number of votes e t.
vote of the elector making the same' respectively "For Bonds" ag1
against the proposition to issue bon4 "Against Bonds," f each purp
for the purpose and *mount specdfl and amount proposed, separamh t
If a majority of the votes in said eleo- The inspectors and clerks shall adeI-
tion shall be cast in fav0.' of bonds to the Chairman of the Board Of l-t
for any of the amounts and purpoIes vassers at said time ani place the
specified, then the bonds shall be is. list, tally sheets, registration
sued as herein provided for such used and unused ballots and aln o~t
amounts and -purposes; but unless a papers and things Mla.4 In ccumd
majority of the votes eCa Shall be so and holding said election.. .O t -
cast in favor ,o' the propofltilo to is- day after the election or as soon
sue bonds for the purpose and amount' after as possible, the Board o@f.
specified the amount proposed to oe vassers shall canvass and de.la e
ifsued for such purpose and amount result of the election and shal ert
hall not be Isated. the same to the Mayor and Ca -
Se-. 11. That a soon as possible and the result so certified shall .
after the passage of tb's ordinance the entered on the records of pw la
City Coincil shall by tho majority vote of the Coune L. ,
of all its members, elect some qua'i- Sec. 15. That the Board 0
fled person to act as Register for s vassersherein provided shall
election and it shall lbetlb duty of prepared and printed all. ..
said Register to prepare under the Flanks all balos fo1 use ai4
.upervislon of the Board of Oava"ms tt and allexeseto by the.
ers herein provided fOr, aSlist of all' sl be erted.. .to byas i tA
qualfeut voters ftlda A eadl eleo- ota l A he en funds i .t
tion precinct in the City of Pensac-la! ou"tofthe general funds in th -
who shall have p0id taxes k .al IS- et resuur Cmo l 5Y
tate or persoua) Ofpertyto the c.y Yi Sec. 16. That the COUncll d d:
for the year to *k *Tpl *ae t lslect three of ics members to seo 1 -
slue an4 payable oext wPeedbg the Aosi of Canvassers for theSfl5?
.ion list hall.be ..mplet6 Canvasadrs shall r all the l
mitted to the Co@ee tfor its aproval ties and]have .go the "Wear
not later than the 11th 4v tof August conIIIMe 3V tMe Ram at
A. D. 1"5, and sI4 regite.. a give' a- sh-e. .... herfoer5 f
notice by publication ia dally news-ies v- en Balh t C th ers
paper published in ,he ky of Pen- op ue Bosd of Ciavarinr C
cola, for the o thm atr meity ele toW UdeiMA
the exact tUmst5 san4 Ioft a as *, an in s a E
submitted to the snil. and sam4 a requisite to the hidlis.
th all can itiweb al a "IUd if riSedfmaid.as" pt

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ri s ver Wtu b .rwa o O L pks thateyho In r sIrbeen Pa itd ho iWsa ft e, n b e r w ai2
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Wp eet ae l a s t Vn .L.Wh e n. 1 e "l e .._a a n d. l ilfJ .e are b t hed a.n d.ta t a . .
s d dancin s ta li 0tt sL s w fhre de o f t her t ba lh atr cti e d bel i. *%t. for tei. ad vosw It do e s M r. a rted th resides, h aborts t ea"8W
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am esd by b levitation fi neo eMfro e and piteriats eeeIW badht thesie c aeo ths
i .entW her eta. byer hudae $ of Peno a. lIt. It r te wife mighr.t the te e and th the fe rrest W o
Settle U ostsucceam lly e ..a-l re y a t t "' time u t boons. dltmg or them o .Wee at hi hormeb. Ht gr nd "W ON
Ifh.k little gMo Preseted a little music was far the ibt wVr offered. p-rpoi of s*Kevdt loead d ft aing ,r had been residing' with im fo-1 .38-
tMrke Mast Te to 'ele ldeoMle XMaof1 a ta erthin t. e nt a co e t 3 Ethee .mei. m e. au B he chuires that bee of 3 0 hef
tge o r l thb is beautiful birthday Just at 12:.0 p. r e. dianerh'wasna chda-urA.h Vkry wold s l a tive have Biee endeavorA, to seero -
at we e ec y a nced,ue to prepared in te beauti ;-; ht and pWO herK BE laUd, Whl T waH

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m_ ani o, M ss Blian h I g he tao mrers have been ~l d to experienced h c h &le ethis btl .
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ilo enter g her gueasadT. by hundreds of peobi a 3 -od' oin. .time without dang r a the- pt bl -Of ac toun t.
tBel AS e opa ~n, ml rs tal were se g fnwe n bu d c the crime with. which he o
tied toe thearst prize-t boLx fh or thle Iner wa oo thete. m aoxanfu ia c 'n jilre his arrest. haie ben no NaU
bons-whlch they divided. Miss Leila nieely cooked and rreF4 which- W93 in il. c h arr t WORK BEG N
Hallsam.k wo the booby a n du o e to theo ommlneh rf ar en Sed by ths tie the PAIR Asso Is
SThe oisi g gt ee Mpresent: rrwho undbored he d ardtmd t withatll the .btldin_ hnd Hl_
-. -aes A -aie-Sw oeyr. el iem Gack- r he P o 1hd proentato c mpstpu te k befw orTe the ctI ~. 614
meyer. MUabird RcheblaveI. ude uine a dinner as any. town Is We l Tampa n, Novug. r 15, at er e.-
Clarke, Leoon& and Atheft Blntmer, Florida N ItIIIn lg the State Fair budingsl d ucud Hoc
May aid MCara Stok e iUubeG ohnd The baseba so the a md l t .H. se lg the mammontralar. ehibitbd-t- d' I
OGenevieve Ha.IN arlte Bel. program was o be pla .n the f- ,began ody and wl be pshed
CkTede DoLustM eGladys asad Dnire noon, bginuliat UL:20 i g aIb otdday and wilpsheossbled suntil Ty
at^*0 & Th^ ,.th rapligty pwelsbtehn every
tBell, Cara ScheesSoph.ia And Ame- Florala team, under the aIge ma |inrin bi e Tm I mpleted and o toed r eS S Ed
T *M-eT ry .... ..i ..- ey, the ro und and g rrat ingorte. Hrlm contract was let was given ghty
lella S ?4han; 1ialiu, o me at8l the local',teaz iloUwfn. IS 1 days In which to complete the Work 111" be ru'ide
Len e Had y, oa t tl Tiai ti The bnd wasso an the groena. lA w ,. ^ -ani d. ca.e the buildings are not fll- .-

_..ev.eveH tryrget_.eWnsat .wieo NThebo aft 4ida she.. a" nu on al will "e .... "." th cr-" s
ooe, t Jaes. M g h.s nel am _._l .... au q gd.e e. ^m n .a i ifhed by this time the dFair Assocla
oney Jami s X Ttov l la n ce o e llar gen ue d ite smieond t)hi aH h tio O will take theibuildings in had

o a te, sar--- m- --- he--, b-t 1mefo. tu, r e,.. ,.. -.-
mt h. fts r B-n all oeld t s u rt rorou 1nde Ldteaid lmrt o n r I complete the woak before the fair l- .Un
t in. Je U -bell .FloAria. be ama d t Uo Pryokfthe oeat OouLr U EW"EW ll-U gates open, November 15, at the ex. L:f- I a a

.. .. ...n.... ...nd was playedW- th-rt h who fa ore fo l se '. h -rhr e-- r c .a a
The pad men Street Ieague still The band Ttooks sterinAe Old a backs of fairs In general has bee

eotnqt- to be one pfthemostfn- Hancock store building ad during tll th e r'lat- oe"h ings.. The di ctors n thI W

uhaslrendouthecht Ramble sor- n e s e b tm0 aMteete e seohowever,,arerdetermined to have t

thdastigc omnlin whrch abxlae rende soe t l re ha l mut teterderao etaoteteyee beenog,
The sent pve delegelates to the district s e the writer chases rd si ce the ee utlt*u at l w ingb e l c i he '" ork 1M
mofe t aee at Wergeitend t week-th. ta fifth Cle .Sunday l aro admi n cat 1wt gabe oa o hn whed atea te r eI
two of tbee Mies Nell Ricords and slated for laurel 1-111 .andute a D.a. m a mWi btaoedl-t c duty e aia aordm to go-'e,

1tIUTil mi~a p( th a. ol tcthe S o tun an ti without representatlod l | o at this, |the i t %

cellet lpapersi a8e work. wi th f ends andtookl the ou- ul S i hto- K.. r i .-. "B.R D '-N B" O-
ent the least interesting of the while 'othrs t hook thei- -r 1 ttp h o greatest ey tate r of the Sou s .
h bor Ilthe1 transform home. n orde -thLtMG
ane re the man p ltherWe claim the ha alwostaplheWboe In 40 5, *ar the

mnoath. These are usually held athe suc wcess and ev. ry Um t"ayaureleb g e t w e reover -TN nMT PL E -. -

so lld J outno lie m la th almosg ini ol b old | w , ,A __ .h.als......
hon. of the younger e ladie s bM. l Isexpressing te ,c dys o on o dae etse d a t v e
month Ul e Is toebe an rinenovatith ma o e Mverha | oei m at th cn A

the young men of_ the League erd hnao oe than adoyL,-inWeftur. streetswhic h1u
charterednthe yacht Ramblerit I L't" ta E yl r

,riday n ght a w hinach the meets goleeCoup el-'T b Holi a TiI-" haI arre
to be o n the way toahe icne pTo 's ectriases of OILamf h a l Mr We oond.

Sat. MiTHE PERFwill be UTII Never fails. edl skil aAt any malot available could not w on the L L f
at 7:15.the boat leaving the wharfn IEt gound.PICcys mo epea recoei. ae on-ce, t de -I'
a7:y a n. main etat Colie ge oer t the r r as o d

- o.". w,. ...... a ... crImnal -i,1- one ^-n Stde plied wue .D mI .-.I .- - .
hr.e aune Kmen pot amtad sy aencur- another -PaAM --a p a e rd w wod lenu IG-. G l ... .... -a
S be visiting relatives in th e r h a nctperColsblge t rmen, f ve d ye ofth en the ofng Wo A. rks--- .. gL '""
tmaase te C oe getord Wom vstat aaus s" gave notice to the ow r to removei

ea.e d Tmt his Isn oen e of the WbD at. tl .. it eme te e a dema nFood MapokesrBrain. N Giuv* iuti RtrVD

odis Mr.'et that he o I t-. .Wa the same
--- ODS- Iofr Its kind In the -routh and -Ished Thiomer st omapll .....with."

.serves the subl .tanti -u" pp f COMMITS f5soeUICID ..__sLL-.OR
MO lfrday fWallce aor Pncetonlhuaf., lAa t oIyong8 as en'de year LIDS, DIAWleCS, AND ALL eo

cUn ert ne tor aly e a nw espId.r those e who favor thorough education. ago as a pstt'hll hbl-ut Ochfla te hasTa ws a .
n a visit to her husband's relate ivd GU T .E.been .r unocad cpl*a
# ___rt byThelboard0180 asolted anPorder that

One of the many peculiar phase o M.f ll b o t thetat le _At 3Bhr I.a l of
sca lled Journalasm, is the almost A krFacial old bu ilding, .w a As tee o ccupy
unanimous endorsement of the "cour-. gnolia street, be reumo ved at once,
age and manliness shown by Judoe *pofMh ,' iut the order has not yet been corn- Tfh kFt l ua n lFwd
Gordon,- who gave a Tampa criminal pliaW pied with. FR D b0 mu .
the full setence permitted by the ver- Siom
sentence was the exception, yet-r foley's Honey and Tar has g ear
nothing is said-nothig has has been In One many cases of asthma that were co- '
sid about other judges falling In idered hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Bues- 0 71
their dati in that lee, even in Tamia. Week.-lg, 701 West Third Street, Davenport, UtIVERSi11Y41^ tli-
We the? average^ *A iy man r er t twelveyears ago was eIcteleed until it

agn ro rlxllsInter oe mosw,-ql o fiw.,r as' ao- ae ya.ofsfern. W .Maleiaia cnV*m.m

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Come and Take

a Look.


117 S. Palafox St.
>esseoeuse Os gS^

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jo. *#cry. .urcbwc of a 25.
?owdeuj fin'this week onty.
r~eth Nivgh free. Both
he 3v ae guaranteed and
art tmadfctr u nmmny
and no quemaon asked

kc TathPowder
cd,~ritina~d nythift that is
,th&- h *WtN*g the
i&e -Imb Thateis5no
~'erar~maand we will be
1705, or-your dentist the forto


C. 1100



hn.& coo
The Sim thit Feeds
8 and 460 *e Peope.

fLAW* ms


Kaudy Kieben Cafe,


E t.Ao c Parki
Bl(AY, AUG. 4th
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les -lvr 7 1laint"where -jarowWer'
itibboo, -Leaft and ,Vagi;liaL Takesfea
RIbbO AIL" aila Tks n nNo euch thing as "summer corn, Iqd*x Sivtom A
usswumsa 1.o~. l IfII U Wild 3tr&%t Ia k pt handy. Not ? a -t -m
Do^ lo~ w sa? ai.e'w remedy for ew~y-loosenes otw Yvan j~~r S M
Don't Ike v#481ar Friday -f the bowdes.IsQ motCne"
ternoom, ezqrdm an e W tog Moarch. =^.** ^- ^ ^^t-a,,^, / M4 securate systess wo 'nifi l^;* '
Tbe* aftI brda a s wel a W , '. 4mg a.counn Whi, .
enjoyubtk we C"i ASTS I -- UA iiAWr 0 TtaOi&e^OD b* ". lYet been d6tovLss&; r,^^.--
r, ." pourio&,E -0 BSNERS LOCALy a d T can buy
New Plan"srouW'
Oleveh& T'^ :Ax* em**^r of :lw _^ ^ ?*
Mrs.~~~ ~~ ~~ Be sErie ( e ~a~ EIhU U
KMrCssl Oto.t Ch#Wkk WffM 1"W 'Snaest ripaw."SM S --- ., sew hindex ^iH S"
a towtcc, )R- e S CM Hendrix & Carpenter winl fanr u i3'IdOX
~ and old alibe, $~100 _41
a& dw ski%, smttoeris am* eW Outta .e as. building and main
tr e e. Btrowg. and 324 East lA "M
The "So lft "d HA AbA -
M>^a.After. tw Tin A

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The Journal's Classified Cash Advertisements

Udmk- iwta %w oek-Am@@ 0

nMe avmeu.et take- ori ee than e.2

pselal wtea by the stome.

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FB 9ALB OR RWmiT-Mew '7-room
houae at ,ouldig; large yard, LOANS, RENT
shade trees, near railroad, fifty feet .LOANa .I-E 4
well and outhouses. A good bargain. T
Apply to postmaster, Goulding, Fla. ANDINSURAN
FOR SAL- Upright Kimball Piano
for sale cheap. Apply 1304 W. Gov-
ernment St. 4auglm* We cannot set forth in
limited space inducemen
FOR SAU&--Kill the germs of fever- fered by our dealingsduceme wit
oraoer a barrel of slack lime to-day. office.
Phone 367. 4auglm
FOR SALB-1 show cabc 22inx27inx Will Buy or Sell
i 3ft; 1 Triplicate Mirror French
Plate Glass 18x40; 1 Wall Mirror, Your Property a; right p
French Plate Glass 18x40. 1 arc ltght
for ga;: 1 Milliner's But ad Head; Special Care Given
'lot Millinery Fixturez: 1 heating
stove; 6 Yellow Pine Tables; lot of Rents and collections. A2
shelving. Going out of business. S. L. our list of houses.
Benham, 32 West Government St.,
Penacola. We Loan Money
FOR SALE--3 Barber Chairs fo: sale. At reasonable rates and
609 S. Palafox St. lauglm* short notice.
MOR SALE-Ooe dray and harness.
Apply 212 E. Gregory. 1aug-w* Fire, Life and Accide
FOR SALE-A quarter block in New Insurance best company
City, containing 5 lots, with large the world.
'oak trees n same, very conveniently
located to car line. gab and water Give Us a Trial
mains and situated in excellent neigh-
borhood. To a quick purchaser will You Will Be Pleased.
sell gea Ab AddAoe P O Bo y529q-




n this
ts of-
th this

Ik for
sk for



4 room house, rents $7.00........
2 houses, renting $10.00..........
Neat cottage, near Palaiox......


Real Estate Bought and Sold. Rents
Colected.. Money Loaned.

2C4/2 S. Palafox, Fiaher Building

Board end Rooms.

THAN IN WAIL 8TI T."-William Waldort Astor.

Real Estate

to vas aw Amyr ft.

1no Bat Ria EsimtebmnisftadtMDp=h y.

Pensacola Investment Co.
& 8. W.WINF e Minafesw,
W. L IWlaS. 6tm. I. l. LSM MM. S lrey.

215 Sout Plalma St.-t. PW- la., FI .

ep t -. sU . ... ---V.- a-
SCity.laug2w* ROOM AND BOAItD.-Delightful lo-
SNew B Ocation on bay shore; boating, hat,-
FTORM PAWA E--Beantifil block In New Ing and fishing. lnquire of Mrs. C. C.
WANTWA City. TratNo.312. Fr cash $60 L.S.BROW N& Co erman, at Fisherville. 3unm.
( T 4 N T 14 8s. Tarragoa St. YOUNG MAN with a bore or bicycle Apply to A. M. MeMillars, Court Hous3.
*wen Garden and Ronam St., and Can hfd permanent position with lan 200 Thelsen Bld'g PARITIES who want to rent houses,
navc .(ur umbrellas and prmol6 re- The Journal. Apply at once to circu- FOR SALr--Two second-hand upright reams or anything else for tnaL
la:-e Work naetly dome W~he Il IY O Ua aUer. pianos; fine condition; terms easy "WE SELL LOTS" natter. will find The Journal Want
SA work guaran teed. J. WA ED--A ft-clas collector an i deired. No. 12 E. Government. Ads a great help.
1oun p s mil solicitor. Apply L. O0. Kauffman, Ro ______ lauglwk BAY HOTEl--Open night and day
TE ltio as planing mill m and nlato Sts., upstairs. A PROFITABLE INVESTMENT-3' AMis effane ous European plan. Rooms light and
-if, in yellow g ine mill; 4 aglw new houses just completed. All 4 clean. Translint trade solieted, 17..
S perence ilt e good material used, eatly painted TRUNKS, DRESS SUIT CASES VA. 9 Suth Paafox. Jo. S. Nol
~-,- now eplboyred as tOresma n ot WA1 lMD---nergeem aib eaci coun- throughout, with good water and new LISES AND GRIPS, all thoroughly p op. OevT.
.' th. largest planing mills in A l- to Poet sigm, advertle sad ditrtl- wire fencing. Insurance paid up for and promptly repaired, at F. B. Bruce's
iama. ')ut want to get back to Florida bute samples; alary $18 weekly, $3 three years. Two already bargained big repair shop. Send them down.
Am1r-s Planing Mill, Care sOoWl per day for expenses, honesty and so. for on time payments ti the one that 29jly2w IMoney to LOan.
Jour.na 4aug5t briety more essential than experience. Luys at a large advance above what Iprepared to TO D-O
ROOMERS WANT1') at No. 17 West National Co.. 720 Chestnut St., Phila- ask for cash. They are now rented PIANO TUNING-Am prepared to do MONEY TO LEND-O god real as
LARuai Sireet. city. 2aug6w* delphia. aug2and8 at $16.50 per month for the three.' tuning and repairing. Guarantee tate security, or on good collateral.
NTE-poT u |Don't miss the opportunity. Apply to satisfaction. 17 years experience. J. at lowsat rates. Leslie a BrSooes.
ANTD-P ion s howekeeper LEARN TEGRAPHY and R. R. Ac- Jno. H. Kohler, care Saunders Mill Co. Conrad Scott, 243 E. Gregory. 28jlylm Fisaher building.
b mddle white .id. coulting. $50 to $193a month sal- Phone 717. 29Jlylw*R ULARMAILLIN-Good convey. MONY OANiU on any and a
,--.. ner ei A r Ou r ug2 sae uno.t on ALE. STEAMBOAT-Suitable c for traveling public. Daiy er. ias opersoal property. payable
S ri y. o O a 6Cos the lWret in Amer( lfor freight and passengers. 85 feet vi e each way. rom Chley to Bay. *w ly or monthly. When yos seed
A oD OOK-ApplyCorner Thir-WrIc e for catnde loe. Mo railroads, long. Great bargain. Write box 837. h* d. Ade J. M. T aggle, Ch!pley, money, se *e. J. A. W.lsc%, 3 W.
ent sad Dlavis streets. 2911w* W e for catalogue. MrSchool of Tampa, Fla., for photo and particti. -M. I4mob Goversmmot strWe. alsabury buidlnag
-AN TED-Te buy an tra ood elegrapy, Cincinnati. O., Buffao,N lars. 2ly* REAL STAT o
mn cow In Pescol or i as. at Tex., San rncos. Tex- O TO TUATON or all ,ames u IMN B A l NBTATE In all part of city. MONNI LOANMI o ood ngo
ho.a county, cheap for cash. Ad- a CaTmas loadc and unloaded roe To9 buy ioe ground and we will e security is any amount. D
4 -, A; W. Seale, Mar-y other. Santa ANTof chsg e Makes best phot buildyour housa on lon time pay. lale Wilson & C.
Rosa county., a. goyl ---AentsI different t cou-,*tn die Aa . W ...a. ,Hal i A to &00 au.m
W AN TED -Ai f tIft108dOf 3m a fr ft i. A at 9 m'.- mv ,

!flPL9 Jel,& ad,,49 d-4 tta" h.^ t sEaf o--f at eyT
re.c- and willing andcs 53 aptb Write m- fr terms
p.' ", Lthe Matron at the SalvabMoS ScrrXtt More, P lammaool., Flee
Army Repie Home. 2384 St. a4d av'Ida State Agmt. 28jun e
aue E 1.rmnuaham Ala. dh .
WANTED.-The Merchanta Treadr Any Intallsgmt peras my earn a
Co wants your moving sabt uaa g.f good laeme cdrrespimdlg for news.
All breakage guaranteed. T. B. ThbO. pqa~r; a- canvassing; sxperteen
sea. Prop. Phone 97L. lJmalm, 1naneoeary. Band for particulars.
WA.NTED-To buy for cas,. a few .o M Syndicate. Lckpo%
shares Amer:can National Bank.. T. 13jun"ma
.teck. State price. Address J. L. J..'
care Journal. S3)um2em* | -

011N STAVI AND IRADrNG for Ge sS -A4 erefaed-and
sa&L Staidard sixes. Prompt hip. s shi antics.N61
menL T. J. Whitted, Bonitfa, Fla.. ra a -on s F
22j1y1m Wet eM ItPPens a,
FOR SALE-Combiation horse, ...4
years old, 1 hands. sound and ge FOR ONS .DO.LLAR AND F.. T
ie. Also rM ltred brood smare. A' CINTB P*r ad,. w will eW ot
. Hinman, Century, Fla. 6jly a h SL eTtea' r H. ordr
WALL TINTS by experts; results tet ec Herring
guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice, Phone
485. ljulylm I SAILMAKIR.
FbR SAIL-Two pair extra line H* PORT a imake r. 716 t
les, oud and in- siw U Orders take* fo
mules. soundeands 9 .. oo. ats, swulags. camp stools sad house

WANTED-Your electric wrk of at W W bar waWo.,. S.JUWI Su n l c ats. Prices reasonable. USa
,ndb. Let us clean your fmres, re baker wa .W. S. Garfield. 4jun
... your dynamo, do ouwiring. AUTO-Only run four months. Good FOR SALE--One Choice block on top
Phone 570. Pensacola lectri c as new. lest bargat In econd- of the ridge east of the electrle FOR R mNT
coer Inteadencia and Baylen streets hand machiae ever offered. See Dr. railway, between 7th and th streets, FO R T-...Lrraine House. corner
a uselsm. Pkillips. Room 4, 7% Palafox. 2auglm* Nature has favored this section and i y a B lon ste. Apl
--- .. ; cannot be duplicatled. A. V. Clubbs. Hayne and Belmont streets. Apply
an; tOLASO A & CO. received a Inother: , P 0, WR A t --A.-. w lW S. WGarfield. 12jul
shipment of in orted pure olive Ti iftA ti'- l tiew dhahf blockwn the 11., AL. _CKw WP reduces a so -- ..
t be tacludedi tno tin alos, ohaf los fronting 40 te o 1ath ert b. makes oWs t especially well favor FOR RENT-BA 7- room whiuse on
a,* quarts. 17 i feet a. Day View Park; alsn oTh chas. Afood to bef11a0 7".L Bayou; furnished for the summer:
m w-kpeople o pas t A b fronting Malen&oak. sPbose 4L 1o1a on water front; large yard, shade
SeA. e okr.ri he.people o FPena1OR SA t.. CHon-My thr1 feet oyear. y FOR Jan. D-Aa, ed--- trees, wide veranda, servants' quar-

W ceas wole r tne t bem a V old BerWahire her onlyParop Duke at djoin- SAIt Sondatoand Ca @tr on car linecorner neig th street andr car
They are exper detectives, iand m *lg ay View Pak t hat Is now fo to r a 2rt1et d to. W th avenue. Inquire at TurtonAs Pho
nd the man you are looking for g PThe besatifulm iew down the ) Jh or or me. A rea barale. Can gallery. 12july
e is included i the z, or bayou and down the bay can nrl be loeent, at mJa. rnMcH '. mt FOR RNT.-ReO dnce om lately ow
o w makes the o at obstructed. A. Vy Club s.iy DO TO wart b or ar uayta w coupled by Dr 4. Hall. No. l W.
Psacl l quir e of t a w rl LR street Apply to R ,
ao nd *pealn. 1dFOR SL et CVu AP--My three-year. 29 lt o tOR Bti N'r-Neweivtye-room cottage
w .e De at JourLn l a tran sr old Berkshie herd koAlpe Duke a TOR- SALI ronde h ba-tt csh am on car line,andco Zaer 1ragoth street cnd
wor1. ce Phoneo363. Residem Florida., No. 6h19. Also some Saeo ter In perfect condition. WillU @W 8th avenue. Inquire at Turton's Photo

poe CoM-an at Oh-o.i sweetK milk. and buttermilk, d Sutable or boarding hoe. Apply
Trhone young pWgs 3. 1 ,i- ths-oldboar., sal.cash or or, time. A real bargain. Can tallery. l2july
2mcrS rgiCoa stered and t ransferred. Carl getl be seen at any times o day. No. 40F to Mrs. M. J-R. Moresideno, lately oZar
.t..a. -....u Tr a e tarms cy. la.a Do YO want to buy or l a? cupied by Dr. W. S. Hall, No11 W
- r"Femoomamas maPanamaC"Q.
auma i .h Sj,-- A -a l Tws&t W T ladWl bringw4ra.OOD ARD ca CONTRA et. Apply o ..R,
harborman special ames. 16 Vaut Frixtures of all descriptions to d-. FOR RNT-Twenty-room house, cor-
Leave orders at J- ournal ego-, "-imsnufacturet by Alpine Sae antno3R-SAIZ..r~.e .-lii-tter, cream, ner Barracks and Zarragossa street .
........... Cooy of CidneatI, Ohio.1 sweet milk, and buttermilk, de. Suitable for boarding house. Apply
SAr -ctae Wl Ot co te wf prices and livered at any time of dayW to. 401Tto Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 216 East Zarri-
an-4 ceottos W seed e beao ls by e ere. S-. E. Belmont stN L Phone 907. 7jlylm*, -gola n. f

l ,,,.Ls'y yes with t wood, block, Manufacturers of Office, Brosnaham building, next
as.. L at ie m Oa week Slt wedk, pine knots. oand Dealers In to Pensacola Business College.
L.'.d Artlcl, Jewelry may olo kindUlnRg. gg j Im 1N1&Q. C. IL LUMBER, LATHS, SAWED LYPNESIS Prompt attention always given
"- Addrms P. 0 B. S .U. Ja ....DRIED SAPS.
d.mI I i i j i 'r i"[ j *.. .... .

In& LN AL USLL" ft
sw*~a3 erow your bmsimrn
R1f caru4ft atboohs IL sal.
&0 & L


Sa' portion as ateograper.
:c r:Ty or country tow,. Co-
Se- Good ito n res. RefereaCes
c-, U G. U. 8. case Joural. 8lylm

L, y of 15. amne Alfred RA.
". small scar on chin. LIft
.luti 14. presumably or Ba-'
f a c work Notify Mm Loulu
-: Hetnbrg St., Pftmseola.

S. GONZLMaO k .oo w
y 7rwTOCK Pw a n.

** asu ya semr Na

for Rent
NeMtHi nIl ree ms. 1 -* .ro M..M
715 North Bayle ..............

1 Wes Remai ............. *
304 N st r .............. 17.10
ti We* OA .. .............. "S

m W t Ninw................ IS0
DwllM Near SWtddrts....... 12U
421 Easfit GeveImet ...........11.A

MONET LOAND on all kinds of 0pe1
sonal property on short aotift
Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstalra
28% South Palafox St., P0ho0 1144
VUIJMrgITD a uw or moao,1 to leo.
a Ukinads of ptnomal property.,
pealal raMes to busihes m, on large
loas. The New Tork Loss Co., M04
bam's PawnShen.
Watehm, ChaisM. BJlar ad all kinds
et goUatersl security at lowest rate of
nlateret. BarvalU sa unredeemed

Cleaning &Dye

Ladles and Gent's Clothing cleaned,
dyeri and repaired. Goods called for
and delivered.
140 E. Government St.,
Phone No. It8. Pensacola, Fla..,


merchants Transfer Go.
Thor. .L Thorcn, Prop.

PHONE 978.
P. 0. COX. 7,;.

Six desirable bsildfcr lots at

A Nice Home, 505 E. Gadsden, 7 rooms, at



John Massey.

Jackson Brandon.

T. D. AdamsL

Pensacola Electrical Company
Cor. Tntendencia and Bell Phonea
Baylen Sts. 570.
No job to big or small fir us We do work in any part of the
city and also outside the city.




Pensacola, Fla. I
Special Weekly Rates for Table Board.
F. L. BOWEN, Manager.
Formerly of Windsor and Aragon Hotels, Jacksonville, Florida.

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The Gulf City Market
Baylen and Intedenca.

W H. FlIlIIm., Proprietr
PHONE 895.

for Rent.


31W/ South Palafox, up4-tarI,
suitable for club or offoes.
705 South Palafex.
207 East Government.

We Advertise Free.



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isfaction that you arf
wearing the best It is
possible to produce, youe
should be sure to
SUi YO Puhage to

The Star Steam

Laundry. -

$7 E. Garden St

Phone 114.

PWnaaca, FlA..

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Pensacola Florid,.

FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms,'
upon electric ;iht, phone an(d bath. Large
front room. with bay window. 10 N.
IPaafox, Phone 65, 2 rings. 2auglm* ,
es in tral location. Near hotel, and first-'
class boarding house. Few minutes
waik tlrimn piotofflace an,: depot. Con-
veninrt to car lines. Re~sonuble rates.
Andress with rcferencc., "North,"care
Journal. 2t3jlylw

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

Block 169, New City tract, 20 lots. at $3500.00.
Block 163, New City tract, 20 lots, at $175.00 per lot.
South half of bloct 143, New City tract, overlooking Bayou, 6
lots, at $1500.00.
Block 120, New City tract, ovedlooking Bayou, 20 lots, at $2750.
A very desirable Dwelling, 6 rooms, now rented, North Hayne
street, at $2260.00.
Dwelling North Hill, near car line, $2250.00.
Two-stor y Dwelling, West Gregory street, at $3000.00.

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 ana' bargains can be had by calling on

Those. C. Watson & Co
Cor. Palafox and Garden Streets.



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Tailor-Vexed SENhTE

Man High Compliment Paid to Pensa-

[H ftn a sure relief from the 011ian0, WhO iS Suggested
rries of the tape line if he
r ur Is Senator Blount's


j.Inwl fabrics, best workman- Special tc The Journal.
ip and perfect fit. The shoul- Roberts, Fla., Aug. 3.-The Fifth
4ets, collar and entire front fit Sunday meeting was held at Powell-
-- body as though moulded. ton Baptist church, commencing on
evening. It rained almost continu-
SOR GUiRANTEE ously from beginning to close. On,
Sunday dinner was served in the
SSuit- church, as it was raining in torrents
ptan-ds behind every at the lunch hour.
4-12.50 to $25.00. It has been stated by some authori-
ties, who assume to speak ex cathe-
dra. that the present senator from our
district, the Hon. W. A. Blount. will,
under no circumstances, be a candi-
date for re-election to the position he
S1 now occupies. Mr. Blount has given
general satisfaction, and he would(
t"r 0to Mcn and Boys doubtless succeed himself, should he
ersa desire: but since he has decided
205o207 S. Palafox. he will not again be a candidate, it is
not impertinent nor ill-timed to dis-
Phone 225. cuss the question as to who is the
Lest Escambia man to succeed Hon.
WV. A. Blount. While doubtless there
are many men in the city of Pensa-
cola worthy to represent Escambia
EL OFE E I*county in the upper branch of the
SIstate legislature: and while there is
YELLOW FEVER o intention to disregard the merits
or claims of other public men, the
,writer suggests, that at the present
ed Have Ne Terror for YOl time. there can be found in Escambia
cotmty, no man better qualified to rep-
resent his constituency in the state
0 THE ONLY POSITIVE senate than Hon. John S. Beard. of
PREVENTIVE AND !Pensacola. His honesty is unques-
tioned; his loyalty to party unswerv-
h:g; his steadfastness to principle un-
_____ yielding, and his reputation for ability,
aJ 10 national. *'
n He has done yeoman service for;
his party on many a political battle-i
'field and his people owe it to him. as
ONLY 50 CENTS PER BOTTLE. well as to themselves, to choose him
:o represent them in their state coun-
cl! at their next election.
-4 OLD AT NICK APOSTLE'S RES- As presidential elector on the Bry-1
' Aan ticket, Mr. Beard, on platforms
TAURANT. throughout the great Northwest, elec-
Strifed thousands and won over multi-
S "-- btudes by his convincing logic and bril-
Manutactured by Although radical. In differing from]
o9080 MEDICINE MANUFACTUR- wing of the party that nominated
SCOMPANJuage Parkgr, and though firmly be-
ING COMPANY, living that to hts omieation a grieve.
PEOSACOLA. FLORIDA. M' PryW 5er hai been on.m-.ittaKd

yet when the ermined sachem of Enso-
pus had been selected at St. Louis
as the standard bearer of his party in
1904, Mr. Beard did not, Ajax-like sulk
in his tent, butl put o his political
armor and like the true knight that
he is, led the crusade against the en-
emy of democracy, and won national
fame as its most gallant defender.
Every one that knows Mr. Beard
concedes his honesty an', ability, and
it would be a work of supererrogation
to cite attention to these qualifiea-




Beso's Ice Ormn Factory
PHONE No. 1104.
Corner Zarragossa and Tarragona Ste.

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tions; but the -writeW,ha heard par-
tics. who, admitting his moral and
mental qualities, assert that he is un-
safe. because, as they claim, he would
imperil local intereSts by his antago-
nism to corporations, or opposition to
Now this kind of talk is mere bal-
derdash, for Mr. B#ard is certainly
endowed with common sense, and if
so, would bo guilty of nothing that
would imperil his own interests by
enacting legislation that would tend
to frighten away capital from his com-
nmunity. While. Mr. Beard would a'o
nothing to hamper the legitimate in-
terests of capital, he would, at the
same time. certainly endeavor to pre-
vent unjust exactions upon the people
b3 the corporations. Now if this atti-
tude be regarded as antagonistic to
capital, then Mr. Beard may be re-
garded as persona non grata to cor-
porate interests.
The writer will say nothing further
now, for Mr. Beard may refuse to be'
a candidate for the position above'
alluded to; but it is sufficient to state
that if Escambia county should Ide-
(cidt, to choose him to rprP.;ent her
ia the senate, she will honor herself
as well as him.



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Excursion Called Off. MOBILE, ALABAMA.
The colored excursion which was MOBILE, ALAA
to have been run from Pensacola to -
Marianna and River Junction to-mor-
row has been called off for the time
being. When the next a'ate is fixed, M K
due notice will be given.
Naval Stores Market.
Eczema, scal.1 head. hives, itchiness Savannah, Ga., Aug. 3.-The naval
of the skin of any so,'-t intantvly re- tores market- closed to-dTy as fv-
lieved, permanently crd. Dan's tores market close to-dy as fol-.
Oiniment. At any drug store. los
Oinment. dr store. WW .....................$5 00
W G ......................... 4 75
S4 ........................... 4 40
,... .......................... 4 25
4BEULAH K ............ 415
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| G ........................... 4 00
Special to The Journal. .................$3 1. / to 3 SO0
Beulah, Aug. 3.-Thunder storms E ........................... 3 85
seem to be the rule with the weather D ........................... 3 50
man just now. It has rained more or C ........................... 3 3
less every day for the last week, and: Spirits Turpentine. 57 1. cents.
Tuesday we had the heaviest rain of'
the season. Mr. Wm. Henderson in- New Orleans Cotton Futures.
formed me that at his place it nearly! New Orleans, Aug. 3.-Market
assume' the proportions of a cloud- steady; August 10.40c bio'; Septem-
burst. Two clouds came together and; ber, 10.50c; October, 10.66@10.67c;
'there was a perfect deluge for nearly November, 10.67@10.69c; December,
two hours. He also stated that eight 10.72@10.73c; Janua;y, 10.77e bid.
trees were struck by T'ghtning be-,
tween his place and Beulah. I New York Cotton Fututes.
Mr. John Lester's little girl haso New York, Aug. 1.--otton futures
nearly recovered from the fever, opened weak. August offered 10.65c;"
John Hirst, Jr.. has been spending September, 10.52c; November, 10.74c;
a few days at home this week, but re- December, 10.70c; January, 10.83c;
turnean' to Seminole where he is era- February. 10.87c; March, 10.92c; April
played by the Southern States Lum- 10.900; May, 10.97c.
ber Company, to-day.
Mr. A. J. Busby had business in the New York Stock Market.
city yesterday. He is buying up bar- New York, Aug. 3.-Prices opened
rels to put syrup in as he does not in- In the stock market to-day away
tend to get caught short of barrels as, above last night's closing level, gains
he did last fall. He made for himself running to 14 in Smelting, to about a
and other parties over 1300 gallons of polnt in Reading and National Lead.
syrup last season, amd will make as and to large fracLtionm In Atchsll.
much or more this eason, if the cane New York Central and United States
does as well B it promises to do at tedw ou pr ferre. Busef WAN
present c._v=A t we, d-tftbteL

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Our Buyer, while in New York, purchased an immense stock of Umbrellas at less than manufacturer's cost. These goods were mad

by a strictly first-class house, on the most approved patterns, and are values such as
S. have never been offered in this city before.

200 good, serviceable Children's Umbrellas, 50c value at 19c 75 Extra Fine Silk Gloria Umbrellas, imported frames and

165 good quality Sateen Umbrellas, Paragon frame, $1 value, handles, a $2.50 value, at $1.89.

at 69c 50 elegant Silk Umbrellas with finest selected sandal wood

275 Extra-fine Cotton Gloria and imported Byzantine Cloth handles, a $3.00 and $3.50 value, at $2.65.
Umbrellas, Paragon frame; also patent self-closing, a One lot imp. Silk Umbrellas, $4 and $4.50 values, $3.29.

S$1.50 and $1.75 value, at $1.19. 25 finest quality imp. Silk Twilled Umbrellas, genuine buck-
.* 150 Fine Silk Gloria Umbrellas, Paragon frame, elegant horn and boxwood handles, finest imported frames, $5,

selection of handles, a $2 value at $1.49. $5.50 and $6 values, at $4.19.




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Quick Payment of Policies


I Insurance,
Fire, LiWe.

The Union Central Life I

Knowles Bros.

Gen'l Agts.

has a lower death rate, lower expense rate. an "'
teret rate th any company company doing business in F*-:.
k should be easy for you to decide the rest

AL S. Williams, General Agent.

Furniture Without Money!

Were we to make such a proposition, the assi.4an',-
police would no doubt be necessary to clear '.e-
that would assemble about our doors, yet such i
tion-furniture without money-is not far renio.
what we really offer you.

You Can Get All the Furniture You Want
By paying just a ttle money hown and a little a /-
little you'll not miss the amount.


10610 S. Palafox St.

Phonie 1480

Pensacola, FLc

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We have aL ,at a dozen
different kinds of these
handy little arti.-les for
holding papers together.
10, 15 and 20c a Box.
Everything here for the
office man to make his
work easier.

235 S. Palafox St.
123 Phone.

McMillan Bros. Co.



A Dollar's Worth for a $1




$3.50 SHOES

$2.60 Pair.


Why Pay More?


Phone 297
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