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 9, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000373755
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System ID: UF00075911:00792
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal

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Latest Telegraphic News Service-Foreign and I

etlc-Pnrtnbhed by The Associated Press;

T HE WEATHER: Showers Wet-
ucasday; Thursday, fair; vari-
able winds.

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SCannotRefuse AissiINSURANCE
to Thse With Certificates.
Commite Has Completed Report
FE.'ER SITUATION NOT SO FAVOR-, f or ent A. t Meeting
0-rtCE DEPARTMENT SUS- By Associated Pre
SMAILS VIA NEW Omaha Neb. Aug. 8.---Ralph W
PENDS MAILS VIA NEW OR- Breckenridge, of Omaha, chairman of
the committee on insurance of the
SAmerican Bar Association, has com-
pleted the report of that committee.
which is to be presented to the annut!
By Associated Pr-f. convention at Naragansett Pier, which
.- .... ;',h-- -- .. will be held August 23 To 25.
The report makes five specific rec-
ns. Aug. 8.-The ommendations. as follows: I
r' up to six First-Legislation by congress, pro-
L is as follows: v ridingfor the supervision of Insur-
6 ; total to date $jance.
Second-The repeal of all valued
: day 4; total deaths policy laws.
Third-A uniform fre policy, the
N I..-incl 17: total lSub- terms of which shall be specifically
.a', US. 1 defined.
Fourth-The repeal of all retaliatory
-:: ...- :..::.-. tax laws.
Flfth---tricter incorporation laws
",\ '..an. Aug. b.-If the present in the several states aa they affect
c ndit ,:ot.- of quarautini mat- the creation of insurance companies.
1. iilsiao.% is no: speedily terii- and a federal statute prohibiting the
.1: ,bedlic-lt( e to a pTcw'amalion use of the malls to all person, asso-
*i "-tay 'bhe iStI' lhard ot ciations or corporations transacting
Sanwuneod it%. intention of the business of Insurance in disregard'
S::~'v irvo r.hg he civil pow- of state or federal regulations.
i, thait tiint. of asking gnver- Preiedett Roosevelt Is quoted as
Blanchar;ld t <('l- 'u -, he militia having said to the committee that he
storc and maintain order. The is very much In favor of federal super-
:I'IOn result-I from a letter vision of Insorance.
.-'oday y t e governor to W. R. Vance. of Virglnia, a member
nt tSiwhoTn The proclamation of the committee, is expected to pre-
:. ttwul. parish or vtl' sent a mbiority report. In which he,
.....ing admission to any wi;i differ with the committee not on'
: roi--inef-ted localit y the general letugs, but on the propo-
.er'ificate not over sitlon that there is no constitutional
old. or to any per- obstacle to the inauguration of fed-
'locality who has eral insurance business.
a:*y detention camp, Wild-cat companies are strongly
:a'gevd with a Marine criticized and the report says that
State laws denying companies the
r* re number of. right to defend against death claims
S '.er -situation did ir suicide cases encourages self-de-
an aspect to- struction.
.:r that the in-
ian inv sstization
cases of sick OPEN TRAFEIC
;,: healthh author-
"n" Marine Hos-
':'- .. :nie to-day
.: ",, : 'r .s caused By Associated Pres.

0 1 o new
-.r nrties have



Uncle Sam-I thought I banished you from Cuba.
The Yellow Jack-So you did, and you want to run me oat t .4ltAa

Loss to Lackawanna By Fire Wil

Reach Halfa

By Associated Presa.
New York, Aug. 8.-Strenuous ef-
forts were made by the management
of the Delaware, Lackawanfna 'and
Western railway to bring into New
York the thousands of commuters
whose homes are along its route and
to overcome the handicap imposed by
the destruction of the railroad station,
ferry slips and partial toss of two fer-

2 %/^Uasmmldair.

Vancouver, B. C., Aug. 8.- repor
t 4 g a
hambeeumadeTotheprovincialpolice . a

ryboats last night. After a hurried
consultation with the officials of the'
Erie and Pennsylvania railroads the'
Lackawana railroad's trains were di-I
averted to tne stations of those twou
railroad's in Jersey City. A hundred,
extra trolly cars were sent through
the suburban section of New Jersey to!
bring the commuters to the Newark
station of the Pennsylvania and Erie!
railroads to take care of the heavy in-


Sat .v: a-' present- by Constable Jones, who has just re- a- -
;'" M'o f .e:low fever as turned irom the Indian village at Cape TEXAS August 8
;,v ,. preferring to Mudge, stating that in that settlement ,
S-k -fa l: through want there is open traffic in Indian girls. B Associated Press.
Jones found a number of well authen- By Associated Press.
f he knew of every ti(ied cases where half-breed and Waco, Texas, Aug. 8.-At 2 o'clock, American League.
;- : :L he city as quarter-breed girls have recently been this morning mounted citizens num- Washington 2, St. Louis 1.
'h:rt had existed sold to white men at prices ranging being about 600 surrounded the court New York-Chicgo, postponed
:, disease cou!i from $100 to $200. A complete investi- house and jail yard and, after making Philadelphia 4, Cleveland 5.
ir. :iry days. H., r ation will be made by the Suthori- prisoners of Sheriff Tiley, the Jailer Boston 3, Detroit 0.
to locate every ties. and all the deputy sheriffs, broke
.-o that every p -e- open the jail, took Sam Majors out National League.
'akt:n to prevent adu-TIE and, after hearing his confession, hung Pitsburg 5, Boston 4.
SaQUARANTINE hIm from the new bridge. He is still St. Louis 5, Brooklyn 2, (first
F MAILS VIA banging there and the mob is still in St. Louis 7, Brooklyn 2,
*^ OF MAILS VIA the clty. game.)
EW ORLEANS SUSPENDED. OffICER SHOT Majors was recently convicted of Chicago 3, New York 4.
': '-s.-The postoffce ocatedpenalty, but had been granted a new
i-sued r general .)r- By Asociate Press. trial by Judge Surratt in order that Southern League.
.. dis-,aich of mai's Tuscumbia, Aia., Aug. 8.-Edward! there might be no opportunity for the: Atlanta-Montgomery, no gam
N' w Orieans. for th Little, a quarantine officer on the court of criminal appeals to reverse' Birmingham 4. Nashville 1.
'.i and the Panama Re- Southern Railway was shot through! the sentence on a technicality. The' At Meridian-New Orleans
*- h present quarantine the head to-day at Rivers Junction by mob took actioc- tie Rock 2.
N w Orifans. Mails a negra who was trying to escapei Memphis 0, Shreveport 10.
';i Z T- an-1 ihe Republic irom a freight train and started to run RU A AI AL A'LY
1h:m ra no RUSSIAN NATIONAL ASSEMBLY South Atlantic League.
'i e forwarded lo v-hen the officer ordered him to halt., -South Atlantic League.
ir .-patch by steamers The negro turned, drew a pistol and Savannah 2, Columbia 1.
r Mails for Cuba flied. later making his escape. He is P C L APPROCharleston 1, Macon 3.
1. ..: via Port Tampa,. being pursued by bloodhounds from Jacksonville 2, Augusta 0.
A!a. De Lecatur. By Associated Press.
issued to-day by the u St. Petersburg, Aug 8.-The' nation- -
s ;e,'t .o-iabaassembly project was finally ap 0 APPEAL IN
a.' i Marine Hospital' proved at Ieterhoff this evening and IN
<^ .lO e nied tha Sta in North,'RGIS IOh U "" ,will be promulgated next Saturday, A H T
.fi. n..eiv dur- IN THE UINTI RESERVATIO the anniversary of the birth of Grand ASPHALT C
," v c,, o-ri TH RESER VATION Duke Alexis Nicholaevitch heir to the!
vello fevr!




e, rain.
6, Lit-



City Decorated in Their Honor
and Great Welcome Accord-
ed on Arrival.

Between 20 and 30 Dead as Re-
suift of Building Collapse
at Albany.


Of Dead and Injured Unobtainable
at Present Time.

III" ^ILA, %" 2lln fir r t tlA r% ip% r

V. By Associated Press. VY:iM
\ By Asocid Pres. WHOM WERE DEAD-BIG D&E
z- -" **Portsmouth, N. H., Aug. 8.-With PARTMENT STORE A MAS O
.Q ne of the foreign peace envoys within
Sits gates and three others practically RUINS.
at the harbor's mouth, Portsmouth to-
day awoke to the realization that one
-. of the most important days in its his- By Associated Pres
CTL^- --- ^tory was actually at hand. The Rus- A. re ml
salan envov, M. Wlitte, arrived last Albany, N. Y., Aug. 8.-The middle
night, and early to-day a wireless mes- section of e big Department store
sage was receives from one of the" oi John G. Meyers, on North Pearl
Ileet which left Oyster Bay on Satur- street, collapsed early to-day carrying
day with the other envoys, that thedown with it over one hundred per-
vessels were not far from the Isles of aons who were caught in the chaos of
Shoals, and that the little fleet would Lrick, plaster and wooden beams. Be-
anchor in the harbor just before 9:30 tween twenty and thirty men, women
o'clock. L and children met death.
At an early hour the streets began Twelve hours of frantic work on
to fll up as steam trains, trolley cars te part ofan army of rescuers disen-
and private conveyances brought visi tangled fifty persons, six dead and
tors from all parts of Southeastern "many of the rest badly injured. Three
New Hampshire. The famous old sea- todies are in sight at a late hour to-
New Hampshire. The m u night ut many hours of work will
port was elaborately draped with flags .ut mady hours of work wlt
and bunting and presented an attrac- be required to get them out.
Sa an pre ented an atr Anything like a complete list of the
tive appearance. killed and injured will be unobtain-
yable until the workers get to the bot-
/TWO/ II lllRF OiN tom of the wreckage. With few ex-
W U EllVl l ceptions those caught in the ruin were
L aR rl employees, a large majority of them
The collapse occurred shortly after
the opening hour when barely a score
By Associated Pre. of shoppers were in the store. The
,oi 1 came here. New York, Aug. 8.-Through the cause of the accident is said to be
short circiting of a controller box on work in basement, extractions in the
the front of a trolley 6ar lait night, cellar and probably the sawing of a
l two persons were fataIy burned tat ffoor beam.
two others seriously injured. Two of The 3 1pem esft has been making
the number were women. A large extensive repairs on Its building. This
a M million Dollars cr-wd returning from the beach was morning a gang of Italian workrmen
on board the car, which was an open started to remove an iron pillar that
one. Four passengers were on the supported the main floor. Evidently
crease of traffic thrown upon these two front seat behind the motorman. When they had failed to brace the floor
lines, the lat-ter threw off the power at Neck properly, for scarcely had they loos-
it is estimated that the lobs to the Road and applied his brake there was envd the post when down came all
IAckawabna railroad by the fire will a blinding flash followed by screams three upper floors within a radius of
be $500,000. To repair the damage, of pain from those near the motor box. fifty feet from the fatal pillar.
every mechanic on the line who can Enveloped in a sheet of :lue fire they The wreck crashed though to the
be spared has been ordered to come leaped over the dash board and' saved cellar, burying the workmen and car-
to Hoboken, and it was announced themselves from death. All the lights trying down those who happened to
that within a week the Lackawanna were extinguished and there was a be working in that portion of the
road will be able to handle its own terrific scramble among the crowd to building.
traffic. reach the ground. Several women and The fire department was called out
children were seriously Ltuised before and the work of rescue began at once.
order was restored. Considering the nature of the acci-
IE C U| I o'aent, the number of persons who es-
I U TL^ 4 g gcaped with only slight injuries is re-
W RECKLD BY FIRE Up to 10:30 there had been taken
YDKRO ER 0U[ 7 from the ruins seventy-five persons,
By Associated Press. ORDERED OU I half of whom were seriously Injured.
New York, Aug. S.-St. Thomas The manager of the store at the time
Episcopal Church, at Fifth avenue and Ascated Press. made the statement that there were
Fifty4thirl street, one of the most fifty more under the ruins. Up to 1
richly furnished religious edifices in Portland, Ore-.. Aug. S.-As a result o'clock one dead body had been re-
America, was wrecked ty fire to-day. of the decision of the state circuit moved.
Within a block of the ruined church court upholding the railroad anti-* When the collapse occurred the root
aye the homes of half a score of the scalping law passed by the last legis ct the center of the structure feHl nto
country's wealthiest men. On Fifty- lature, H. G. Casper, the broker, upon; the building, forming a mass of debis,
ourbh street, directly i' tthe rear, is 'whom a test of the !aw was made, under which were 'the unfortunate
the city residence of John D. Rocke- 11ia paid his fine in the municipal victims. Telephone communication
eller, and nearby are the residences court, and together with the other was sent to the various hospitals and
of Willer, and nearby are m Rockefeller H. Clay Twoeside eighteen brokers under arrest 'hasi doctors throughout the city and with-
bley, Col. J. J. McCook and he home' agreed to leave the city and close nis; in half an hour twenty-five doctors
of the late Daniel S. Lamont. The cstabli;ment. In railroad circles no- and ambulances were on the scene.
Hotel St. Reg!, iD scarcely one block little degree -f at'sfaction is ex. The various stores in the neighbor-
away and Resi of the finest homes in pressed at the victory. hood' were turned into emergency hos-
hway and scores of the finest homes in pitals and mattresses were brought
America are un the section of which fom the various department stores to
St. Thomas church was p-actically the NARROW ESCAPE the neighborhood for the care of the
center. The fit was confined to he ESCAPEvictims
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IN HUMBLE FIELDS Detroit.o. S.-Bae fleld __ -
i.ad an almost nriraculons es:at)e from By Acr#ciated Pre.
By Associated Press. i'eath thli- afer.oon in an autom ile! Portlanf. (), Aug. 8.-C. H. Pre.
Houston, Aug. 8.--V1gh'ntng struck '.ave at Grrose Point tr4ck. vhen Dan!cott. a rapitali-s of this city, and at
two tanks of the Guffey Oil Company v1- ".i of laning. Michian. collided; one time rprminent in railway circles,
In the Humble fields to-day. setting with i car -i the first mile of ai is dead here as the result of a stroke
both on fire. One hundred' thousand fiv' mi.t_ open (.vnt. Oilfield received of paralysis. which occurred six week*
barrels of oil Is in the tanks, which, a 'adly lacerated scalp and severely! aro. Mr. Prescott was'born in Bo-a
S...... ,e right arm. It was thought ati ton in 1830 and entered the ralkray

in Tehaunrepee, --- Russian throne. By Associated Press. are being made to confine the flames, rs that he was fatally injured but business in 18;9 He was at oMe
; **7, ,Ma1leos and Tier-a' y oclated Pream. s New York, Aug. 8.-No appeal :ato the two tanks. t i' leved he will entirely recover. audlitor and cn.-hler of the Mis
Pieto Cortes. Sani Grand Junction. Colo.. Aug. 8.-Yes- n6w possible before the Venezuelanto the 'ris escape without injury. River Fort Scott and Gulf railro
S.,.a Hondura.: BelizI.! terday's registration for lands in the | |f courts against the jg imnent handed ;
... L v:nston. Guate-. 1inra.h r(i ervi,,ton eclipsed I11 pre- ,COLLISIO Of down by the federal conri against the VIRuGINIA EDITOR DEAD
S a Latca. Corozel. ous days. the number recorded being New York and Berm a Asphalt co- Ar M minister Panam a
-o in the republic of 1.,.33. A large rart of those register- TROLLEY n. abes th Hera -spon By s at ress.
ing here go on to Prove. Utah. TR L-E C RlS dent at Caracas. All the points in! iNorfolk, Aug. 8.-Charles H. SapD.
I---- Ithe original judgment of May 20 areedkor of the Virginian and Pilot, died PresCnts His Credentia
By Associated Press. confirmed by the present decision In here to-day. age 33 years. He hli,, I
l Norfolk, Va., Aug. S.-One man was addition to the annulment of the bIeen in Ill .health for months. Mut ',o
cnver Bank Sected t killed and fourteen reported injured Hamilton contract, in connection with atal illness lasted only a week. By Assated Press. takes lk wth sch pride and f
Sn a head-on collision ot trolley cars; which damages for the government are had charge of the editorial department Panama. Ai;- :.--Charles E. M-. as that of Panama. The prompt re
Aoi Seight miles from this city to-night iLwarded. since 1900. -..n, o'ernor ,f :he Panama zonei inbY thedUnited Statesh
Run By Anxious Depoositors' _____ ___ l-.- i- intmal eatpd abliasngit
as \r.c-",anu m st'r -.o: ,' tentiary. c-re nty.
By Associated Pres. current for the past week or two. The A re -eption wa- rh:in ":,id at Presi- President Amador, in replying,
A.;e $.-A run started to- trouble is reported to be due to bad dTit Anpa o:'" pale. -v'ich gave an hgh complieat to the United t
IDenver Savings Bank. loans. I If V# Wa d. U I. Tb. .. opportunity ; for tie Panna officials to President aooseelt and Minister
er Savings Ban Vice-President F. P. Jones said the Iemonstrate iheir friendship and as gon. He delared that Paaman
:'p3it.- f about two mil- run began without warning to-day *U Il tt ik4 &M e -n for Governor Magoon. loyal and he the fak pol
-. r' be doors were closed when the doors were opened. He, The speech of the American mlnt.- stee tn Rooseelt's uame sa 4
*>osiorf were allowed to add-d that the bank was in Vooe con- V wPlPl ter was very gratifying to those pre lectonate re theory ank ae
erT cent of their deposits. 'dion bat there was no telig where, cnt. He said, among other .ted '.S res Tee r wotih ct
.owed persistent rumors of the run would stop. He thouht it that, exception the Am eria .t rea r-e Afmert w m I ia te IC
stabilkM which have bees] best to enforce the ta er o r lC rvs. eIe en i I 1 III 1 tee fla3 apo l. te U l

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Last Resort of Y Jack

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"Jack. do you think I look like mam-
ma ?"
"o)h. yes. Marie-as your mamma's
sweet fact must have looked when she
was just your age."


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Mrs. J.-DIdn't you gr, to s.rp lurin
the solo by Mi.si. sHghnr-,'
Mr. J.-No. ;No such luck.


"Iow long should I a %irl know a man
Lerm,b, h- "Oh. long enough fjr hlm to propose."


Pulling a long face.


I told your father that I couldn't live
without you.
She-What did he say?
He-He offered to pay all funeral ex-


"Tere can be ms domestc happine
-les- there are mutual concessions "
Nonse'as. My husband and I get
-aa all right, and I make him make
CA the concessions."

Grace I frmly believe that w
sould love oar enemies.
Fred-In that aae I declare war
Pse a at atme.

Parson-I don't know what is the
matter with me, doctor. I can't lie on
either side.
Doctor-Of course not, parson. Only
a lawyer can do that.

"Mother," said Johnnie after deep
thought. "suppose I should knock this
vase off the table and catch it, then I
wouldn't catch it, would I?"
"N-n-no. I suppose not." his mother
slowly assented.
"But." continued Johnny, still toying
with the vase, "if I should knock it off
and not catch it then I would catch it.
wouldn't I?"
"Yes. you would," his mother grimly
returned, this time with quick decision.

"Funnyman tried writing his jokes
on the typewriter, but had to go back
to his fountain pen."
"What was the matter with the type-
writer ?"
"The bell rang too often."

"What good does
It do old Pessim
to be always pre-
dicting a business
"Well. it it does
not come true ev-
erybody forgets all
about it, and it it
does he has the
satisfaction of go-
Ing around and
saying. 'I told you
so!' "

"There are only
two kinds of
"For instance?"
"Those that can't
cook and will cook
and those that can
cook and won't."

The Old, Old Dil.
"This is the plan
of my amateur
farm. I call it my
puzzle picture."
"What's the puz-
"Find the money
to keep It going."

Confirmed HabitL
sbhe- Mrs. lc-
kle Is alw'ay
changlag hus-

He Tes. She
WO ee oe was
Wr 4 1e' t
Mn~et \o r


aooldentals in that piece your daughter Is prac-

"I'd hate to think she was doing it on purpose."

Jars on Him.
"I'll have to
leave your service,
sir," said the
coachman to the
trust magnate.
"I'm sorry to
hear that, John.
"Every time I
drive you out,.sir..
-I hear people say.
"There goes the
scoundrel,' and I
don't know which
of us they mean."

The Wrong Way.
"Do you not
wish now," in-
quired the prison
visitor, "that you
had followed the
straight and nar-
row path?"
"Dat's the one I
did foller," replied
Jimmy Dpres. "If
I'd on'y dodged
Inter dat crooked
alley dey'd never
'a' ketched me."

Considerate Son.
Plutocrat You
will ruin me yet
with your wanton
Son But, fa-
ther, I want to
save you the dis-
grace of dying

He Doesn't Count.
"But the baby's
as much yours as
your wife's, Isn't
"Gracious, not
We're living with
my wife's people."

"When I-aw-awsked foh her hand
in mawiage her bwutal fathah thweat-
ened to-aw-bwain me, doncherknow."
"That's just like her father. He al-
ways was fond of a joke."

"Tour elder brother doesn't seem to
be as much interested in your progress
as he used to be."
"No, and I can't understand it. He
used to congratulate me every time I
got a raise in salary."
"Ah, I see It. Your last raise must
have made your salary bigger than

Grace: "I think
about his family."
Myrtle: "I don't


The Dog: "Aren't you afraid of losing your way?"
The Hen: "Not much. I lay an egg every now and then to enable me to find
the road again."

Freddy-Say, pa, a seer is a wise He-What I value above everything
man, isn't he? else is my peace of mind.
His Pa-He is supposed to be, my She-Well, I don't blame you.
son, but sometimes he makes a mis- He-What do you mean by that?
take and sees the other fellow's raise She-One naturally values a thing of
in a poker game. which he has but a small piece,

"Papa., ;e,)r. it's terrible for you to marry a man who knows nothing "WP.., eI onet wonairr ay it. I .4
the same thing when I ~ar.:;l t -:;
He never can tell me anything about his mother's cooking." into a rich man's family."

Not Running on
"You seem to be
very quiet all of a
sudden," said the
clock key.
"Yes, I'm all run
down," replied the
clock. "Time is
money, they say.
so I guess I must
be bankrupt."
"That being the
case," rejoined the
key, "I'll appoint
myself as receiver
and proceed to
wind up your af-

Wanted a Silent
Her Mother-
How in the world
did you induce Mr.
Gotrox to pro-
The Daughter-
Well, you see, he
attempted to kiss
me when we were
alone in the par-
lor, and I told him
that I would never
speak to him

He Was Real
She Yes, this
fortune teller
claims to be able
to read the past,
present and future
from a lock of
one's hair.
He In your
case did she re-
quire past, pres-
ent and future
shades of your


"So young Bronson wants to marry you, eh? Such impudence!"
"Why, papal I think he shows very good taste."

"Love," remarked the person with the
quotation habit. "laughs at locksmiths"
"It does," rejoined the student of hu-
man nature, "until the parson comes
along and claps on the wedlock."

Publisher (testily)-I can't see any-
thing in that manuscript of yours.
Struggling Author (vindlctively)-I
presume so; but, you know. some of
your readers may be quite intelligent.

"What do you-Intend to do about
that insinuation that you are open to
mercenary influences?"
"Nothing," answered the politician.
"If there were no suspicions that I
would consider propositions I shouldn't
receive any."

A Victim.
"Yes." said the
fireman, "there
were two men In
the building play-
ing chess, and one
of them as in the
ruins yet. We
couldn't get him
"Why. how was
"He insisted that
it wasn't his

"There goes Glo-
ver. one of my
best friends. Nev-
er knew him to
say one word
agalast me."
"Yes. He's a fel-
low of rare re-

Example to Some
Mi-Trill-I love
to hear the birds
Jaek Downright
(warmly) So do
L They never at-
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Comfotablees. regular sessn lat with Com- sstah wels serable rea n Th Prediest ed food-drink can be retained
=action; n b ne restrictions in I.Adsian. Gov- t
S .ck a few of your preju- issioners Avery, Anarews, Wiggins el ~ D. uff o S ernor Blanchard is urg*hg Pr s1ent by the weakest stomach and new strength
5 and make up "yur mind and Steward present no fur oand is the only abshltelpure Souchon, of the State Bord o Health, obtained from the first win-lafl
%%4-ar clothes tosatilt the sea- D. W. Nims & Ion made applicationfor0 sia. Precrbed b dc'ito take steps toward a e, an Hwne-gzaSSiui.
and you will enjoy living., for a license to sell liquors in Precinct foAU L m and or d a 1t,1 a Dr.. lSoachon's energy in e mat..ter is Sold by all druggists and grocers.
our line of Underwear In 12, but on account of a technical-error bottle. N booklet fre. Duty alt already beginning to show results. his
- -north window at prices you t .. .- w ahukey (o H Y. intimation of litigation In St. Ladry Prepared by
- .ino fail to appciaata n the appication it was withdrawi having so modified the quarantine In Anh snw-- h R A Am--
J entah Drawers and by the attorney, Seott X. boftin. EUGENE ARONA. DISTRIBUIER. that parish that it is to be opened to
.- 6vete U1dershiins will keep There was a strong protest filed by all freight forwarded in fumigated St. Loeis. U. S. A.
in a good humor these hot residents of the precinct near the pro- rTu Ol CO cars. Governor Blanchart says he is
a.u. posed location of the saloon, corner B II RE receiving complaints of sffering rom
2 Alcaniz and Braniardstreets,C.M may pat s o t e s a
- ,Jones representing the signers the I INI I Medicines,I e and coal andI' m any,
protest. R MI NING F IR other necessaries are wanted and there
L Au I VfnA regular meeting for taking up the The Jacksonville Times-Union of is a demand everywhere for mail ***
."r Tr lkn--SP, application for permits to sell liquor yesterday has the following relative service. He says also that most dis-mm
*: iU iUrL XL m i~an W; was ordered for the first Tuesday in to the strike and lockout of the union dressing conditions will come about ifI| U/F TII IF IW ARlEl n GlfDlGF
C. d. .. A e September. men in that city: the telegraph and telephone servicesu L L% IILLL-
"-G. C. Goodm an. 0** AOn motion a orton tof the isur- Both sides to the controversy in are interrupted, and that the way IlL Ulli U UU
ance on the court house and annex the strike and lockout of unlon car. should be cleared for repairers and HAVE OT
____ as ordered given to the Escambia peneters in Jacksonville are remain- linemen to keep these services in Special tu The Journal. HAVE OUTGROWN OUR BABY CLOTHES AND OPENED A
iRealty Ca., which was represented ing firm, ana all efforts to reach a order. The State Board of HeAtth has Westville Aug. 8-Rev. R. C. Gavin D ow. .fic Bui
O TTR K LL, bo .tv P. Wentworth. setlement yesterday were without complete supervisory controlover all c ,...,.tt Me.-- ..,-C c D n T wn Offic n d ldrs Sl Dp
Io atarantlnes and steps are to be takln, preached at the MethodbiL Church Sun- Down-To,
AS _--- scoKt asked for a desk and' an ocea It developed yesterday that the to exercise that cont.-ol. Meantime a eunda ev the Jernan WHERE WE WILL BE GLAD TO HAVE YOU CALL BE.
rim ". in the court house annex where he position of the Builders' Exchange was the marine hospital service is to end George W. Wa- d oftherou FOPE PLACING YOUR ORDER FOR BUILDfLG MA.

Pn ola od could work on his books and bis r. Arm and that they would certainly not representatives to attend conference mbrCo, based through Wetvill TERIAL OF ANY DESCRIPTION WE ARE TDAY
-. quest was granted. yield from their position unless abso- of various health boards, to explain Brett Jr was in Wes UNPACKING A
-- - -- ------ R. J. Brewton appeared on behalf lutely compelled to do so. So far as the mosquito theory, to show that.e Hon. W . rt, ,as n Wesw ...
R. 9ff 1.of a destitute sick man, Frank Taylor, arbitration Is concerned, there has' the mosquito cannot be transmitted i...e ore day last week. CAR LOAD OF PAINT
in the northern parn of the county. It been nothing of this kind suggested, by freight and to urge uniformity in Mr. James Mannin, who has b and want your business. Prompt ttenton to all all
iva ordered that the untortunate man and It is doubtful if either party to the quarantine regulations. ry sick, is reported better. orders.
a e -a -1"NI M be received at the poor house as soon the controversy will yield a peg. State Aid Endorsed. Hon. J. A. J Hathaway came ovtr d e
g e. 8 tm e. W ali l ont, hre coud be moved. I Several months ago the leaiug con- Lieutenant Governor Sanders and f om Bonifay Svnda., returning .u1on- ....id is M II CdoA n A fn
.... "-The applications for permits to sell tractors who are interested ft this Speaker of the House Snyder. men o01 t!aymrn ... 1i WhIU ru n- U IJSS V ITI? Pf7
iioquor as made at the previous meet- movement to have an open shop came large Influence in the two branches W. 1'. b.ud.worth went to DeFuniak -
TERSELY TOLD. ing were granted. to the conclusion that they would have f the legislature, have announced Springs last week on bsiness.rur Pencoa. hone 717. Florda.
SA bill from the Jacksonville Times- to take this step to protect themselves hearty support of the proposition for ing F lay morning.." t Bn. '*
Ha rtgingof lhUnion for $250.00 for a page adver- and the organization of the Builders' state aid to the extent of $100.000 in aned a oSnon went t obins.
.u H-:11 is'ement published a year ago in the Exchange was the result. Now that the present emergency. The state Monay on legal business. .u uWitill IIIIIIIIIIIIll llIII
D- C-.'" ,--.-- M u Tmes-p-tnion'- World s Pair edition the fight is on it is evident that the has a plethoric treasury and the fiscal Sheriff H. Hickman went 'o .
..ts referred to the county attorney contractors affiliated with the Build- agents are ready to advance the-mon- Bonifay Monday andl became so bui.y ,
M C.W. Rhair-oti. of A number of applications for the ers' Exchange will insist that the ey whenever the governor asks for it. tnat he failed to return til to-day. l I
V- o w.-. am,,ong IhI visor to tbe' posl-ion of janitor at the court house open shop prevail. This demand on The appearance of many cases in St ev. John Howell of Holmes, Flor- V VIIIII
,t -. '-.,l ui~o re ist-red a: Lbe, ere received ana ballotted upon 'the part of the exchange is one that Mary and St. Charles parishes has in- Hia, was In town Monday.
Y- i:.n,. The first ballot resulted in a tie-two will never be acceded to by the union tensified state interest in the fight Justice Jo C. Hool, who lives why not go through your house and make not of th
v in MN D. V.ltrD of No. votes each for Robt. Gonzalez and if tt is possible for the mnion to hold here and promises to make practically ear Cerro Gordo, was in town to-da.different
< 's, I--ckso.ns, -- ar ,"'e p d Jno. C. Brosnaham. The second bai- out. Such a surrender would be a unanimous support of the governor in James Manningand wife, of Ponce '
-" t lc a t 'int- -ov w ar'rivo j at ,' also resulted in a tie and it was surrender of everything and this can- borrowing the money now. De Leon, were in Westville un.a.
ie A n th' appealnnas Deen'senT DV rest-'Prf. .i. Matthews f laassep-_
o" ve. therefore ordered that the matter lie not expected at an early date. An appeal has beenenty Pre P.E. Matthews o, Tall...ha.ee.! P iee Of FUriUre ou N
orn, ..a. "">coer to the next meeting. I To Stick to Union. dent Godchaux and Secretary Mayo. was in town to-day shaking bandsre
',vi.-~n Hot:i arrivals: W. W.. The contract for supplying groceries' That this is the step which the ex- of the progressive union, to the man- with his many friends. Why not put in iron beds? They appear so cool an
j.: S.,ninoh, John Wil!ia-rs. De-,,for the poor farm for the coming change is working to accomplish was aging eGltors of leading newspapers Prof. Lock M-.Kinnon of Red Bay. comfortable and are always free from bugs, etc., $3.50 t
1 :"k. Hon Prane. B Carthr. Marn- month was awarded to Rosenau & oiascussed at a meeting of the union asking them to guard their column Forida, finished( a successful term of $1 varie- of colori can s o
". Or arN Mr.. J. F. Dusenbury, Gerelds, the lowest bidders. .carpenters Sunday. and it was deter- against alarming reports and grotesque music school here last night. $10, and n a vare o colongs. e cn supply moe
a i On petition of a number of citizens mined to make every effort and if nee- exaggeration of the situation here. quo bars and ne
-. -j i.v. c ertw -s iv ,4 'ot Th, public road from rineville to essarv to call on outside help in order No com plaint is made the GOV. DA/ D
i- ."f-rc Park b-y Chaff." AT=nre. the road was ordered chang- to maintain .the union ntact. Taking Publies' lton. ofIe iu.elRton W R ll I EW /
eii to meet the greater requirements this as the base for the fight against -al condi_ io. _bt CQ UA
T.terent waslargely that falseideas of the situationsmould-
usual everyone 01e res ':.-nts of that section. tlem on the part of the contractors, false ideas of the situationhouldL. e1 .
-"--g"s .ng spnt a most en. On pet.:on of citizens in the vicin- the Carpenters Union will soon make he spread broadcast. Full conft tace 8aShP.
..- "it of Cantonment a portion of the an official appeal to all other unions is expressed in the ability of the fed-I iI.| |IfMtillAlI ltllllllIIllllltllulltttll litllIlllilltltlII
"Wilson Station road' was ordered connected with the Structural Bulld-eral government to stamp out the .
.- -. .. : David Sheehan. who discontinued and a new road was' ing Alliance to stand to them in this disease before frost. Governor Broward spent yesterday
: 'L. owning after a long cipeed. fight. As the days pass without a' That country- towns which Impose in this city and during the entire day I
S: *". "" ", '- yesterday afte-.i bW. H. Caro submitted a license settlement it appears that the issues radical quarantines are themselves mingled with his friends, discussing THE ST31AIL LLLUE FVO WOIi
Sovnz from the bond for the privilege of carrying are getting father apart and there is ithe chief sufferers is evidenced by the state matters and considering several (- a F
St Michael s weapon which was accepted now a likelihood of several other un.i fact that Greenville. Miss.. which re- important questions in connection with, Florida Female College.
.%: :... .-.-.res were con- The application of A. F. Perry, of'ions becoming involved. It is esti. fused to take letters from New Or- his administration, says the Jackson- TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
-., '- ., : :c',r of friends BWu!ah. for a pension was endorsed, mated that if the strike extends t, leans unless fumigated ani no papers ville Times-Union of Tuesday.
Sr.--... .- a wer- in COunty Attorney Reese submitted the other trades in building there wil l at all has now written Postmaster As a matter of course. Governor The best college in the South for young ladies. Unsurpassed advent
.da,.',- an opinion to the effect that the Coun- be a thousand men out in a few days. Woodward that it is willing to receive Irowaril is at home in Jacksonville. In music and at under teachers whohave studied in America and Eur
T fi rv Commissioners had no authority to When the Board of Trade mee s the former even without disinfection. and while he met a great many people. Sewing, cooking an industrial arts taught young women. Physical cult
-rer lt. ,- *- e-e befor-nin in y the expenses of a permanent har- Wednesday night there may be an Dr. White has addressed a meeting of the meetings were quiet affairs and a gymnasium equi.ped with apparatus, swimming pool, etc., required u
muna ,:r number tr police as previously requested by effort made to appoint a committee to representative people at the home of the day proved a pleasant one. the direction of ar experienced lady teacher The only State Normal S
.n ln ia' .-r .- uaer. e pilot oommnlsIoners. study the situation, But it is evident1 Bishop Sessoms. of the Episcopal 'I am graitiled at the condition ofe for Women stpporltd by the State of Florida, offering professional one-
n w. :.arged. On motion it was ordered that the that if such a step as tha is taken it church. This was the the advice he the state as to health, Governor courses, kindergarten training, and four-year normal courses leading
cn' nue-i. 'h-. ,1 dants pensacola Abstract Co.. which is now will not e inspired by any of the gave to the ladies present: Broward said: '1 believe that there is degree of L. I A.anced college courses of equal standing with the Un
Sover to > room in the court houe embers ahe Buile chane Advice to Ldle. )ust as little danger fro yellow fever sity leading to degree of B. A., B. S.,. A., and M. S. Tution is free. B
fin mposed amou 143.annex for the purpose of copying the who feel that they have the situation "Don't visk unnecessarily. Don't go a' there is in a northern state,. and I nominal. For catalogue and further particulars, write A. A. MURPHI
"e dance givn at Elect.-c Park records shoula be given notice to va- sell in hand and who last night ex- out unless business calls you. Don't certainly approve of the manner in President.
lt i ntght !y "hth Army and Navy cate the rooms, pressed a confidence that they would leave your homes unless it is to go which the Statq Board of Health has
r. wat a mn, erjoyAble even-, and Commissioner Andrews spoke in win the fight against the union carpen- shopping or to church. Don't wear l-cen conducting matters. I have no,
Shr elvy a' tnded The prize~ for reference To the roads in his district terms. low-quarter shoes. Don't go without more anxiety, and while my trip to; UNIVERSITY OF THE S
i lady and gnl'eman dancers and his remarks brought on a general Carpenters Meet Frequently. a veil. Don't go out without gloves. Hot Springs. Ark., has been a little, STATE OF FLORIDA.
a r v Mi s.s Mliin and Mr H. :acession as ro the necessity for pre- The union carpenters are meeting Both are a precaution against the delayed on account of what was trane- Embracing the following subjects: Clas si l S hol
.ait! Mr and Mrs. Hoffmar of paring a map showing the public frequently and are receiving assist-1 stegomyla fasciata." pairing in the matter of guarding the I. Language and Literature-A four.
.toi. Both couliles were award- roads in the county, though no defi- ance from each other to a certain ex- He said the doctors could be of public health, I am going -to start to- yar col'rse leading to the degree of
E A, sik fan. n:'e arion was taken on the matter. tent. There are a number of jobs giat assistance in reporting every case Light on my trip, and expect to be bachelorr of Arts, Greek is not re Su S Ow fO
-:" ". even, w g ven The board then adjourned. which are continuing and over which no matter how slight, promptly. A gone for several days at least. Florida qured, but is offered as an elective
i KaT-Bowe the Builders' Exchange has no control. little child might have a low fever for .ill never suffer f"om another epi' reouobut ithe course. a sl
-: *-^ ,.-. Kti o-n a" But these jobs are small ones. The a rozen hours, be bitten by mosqui- denic of diseao. I am almost confl- I!. General Science-Divided into O L
n .i ia Soaor o M: SANfORD JURY unon men are being employee4 there tos and a couple of weeks later the dent of that." :-ree courses; 1. Chemical course; i 'iL
"' -. -- 1 lari. I a- and not all of the three hundred car- mosquitoes, which had bitten it. might That Marion County Judgeship. j theatrical course: Natural History
,,"-,. t,; , :, i zr, -. "n T AG peters who have either walked out irfect the rest of the family with viru- During the past few days the govern -,,'se No G-,ek and only entrance
-v en i re- CAi OTUI A RELL or who have been locked out are ou lent yellow fever, nor has been interested in what haa I.atin is required in these courses. Al "One of the very best econ
r' -.?-v L y inv,'s- '/ of employment. Some of them .are The New Orleans Medical Society been said abou' his acion in the ap- iour-year courte.eA schools in the South."-ProL W
affair imn',-. working on these jobs, while others expressed its satisfaction that the ointment of Jseph H. Bell as county Ill. Agricultr--FPour-year and two. Miller, Tumane University.
,.a a'e s our e By A:ociated PrewI have sought ether employment, whole fever situation ad passed to judge for Marion county, to fill theiyear courses. The Sixth Annual Session will
t .... ; *r>, served w: r,- *.'' Am? 4.-Tbt Sanford jur" Efforts to get work started on the the control of the federal authorities, vacancy caused by the death of Gen- IV. Engine r:ng-FPour-year coursa gin September 18, 1905.
"' Cdep&Y'arting ?f -.. .. f Jo g'- Wright that they. buildings where the carpenters are and promised full co-operation in the cral Bullock. There has been a great in Mechanical. Civil and Electrical The Pensaeola Claseical School
t'., -'.- .*'- ur. a v'r4lc'. Apparent- out has been without avail, and work work to be done by the visiting deal of criticism directed against the Engineering, also a two-year course niches the elements of a sound
-.---*,- ', ;., ',, for anything but is not resumed on the Consolidlatel doctors. governor for his action In this case, ;i Mechanics. No Latin or Greek 1s cation.
-.. ,:k;Prs who h'n a =.:r-.. A" r:.1, hwur 10 o'clock) building. which was up to the sixth Heretofore the marine hospital sur- and some of it has been severe. In required In III. or IV. The full course It offers every advantage for pi
K ." .,r Le:n and Van:..a -, .,- t- tt anrnounced what story and waiting for the window geons as a rule have appeared in civ- refering to it yesterday Governor under II., II. and IV. I Ad to the de- ration for the best colleges, unlv
'h. best. Th,-y ,,- .a, as to keeping the casings when the men walked out. ilian dress. Now. however, that they Broward said: agree of Bachelor of Science; the short ties and scientific schools in the c
R:t 'i,:;r- i, : R il;.o-. L eemon aYd EA- a position to hold out indefnitely. situation, all the members of the man who had the best recommenda.i V. Pharmacy-A full two-year course Its instructors are thoroughly en
Fiaors perfect - staying that they have the ke:, to the corps on duty are to wear their unl tions for the position. There were ,to be begun in September 1906. ped teachers n the department
PE KEEP YOUR HEAD UNCOVERED 'situation, an. that they can prevent f(rms which will carry authority and twelve applicants for the position, an VI. Normal-Three courses for work In which they Instruct.
P POINTE --- work on any of the big jobs which respect wherever they go. Mr. Bell seemed to have the best teachers: A one-year course leading to The pupils received are limited
SKNIT GOODS COMPANY. The Constant Wearing of a Hat Propa- are under way. In the meantime, the r thy__ I recommendations. I do not know Mr. a certificate, A three-year course lead- suach arnuber a i in ore ao
v .Vr-Cates Dandruff Germs. delay will prove expensive to contrac- Bell personally, but he was born in ing to an L. I Diploma; A four-year u idvid Is the unw of I
S '- ,' -.a' ge Adams, There ar- aman.1 men who wear their tors who have a stipulation to corn- -- -Marion county, is a reputable lawyer, course leading to the degree of Bache. The Individual s the unit of ins

-' '4.< ';c court, hshas habs pra(tical"- all the time when plete their work within a specified and appears to be a gentleman of the 'or of Pedagogy. udent Labatories for student
S:v, i bankruptcy for awake, and are blessed with a heavy time. highest standing In his profession and: An ample corps of competent teach- scie,.
A,--r:- Kn:t Goods shock of hair: yet if the scalps or; Exchange Met Last Night. an ou Use among his people, ers. Ahighcurriculum-Epenses n- s e we-e
Soa op.:,.'. whose fr- these men on.-e became infested with The-e was a meeting .of the Builders' A GOOD Set o Committee Did Not Meat. including board, $120 to $160 per year. a systematie corse in ph.
T- bon of he dandruff germs, the parasites would exchange last night at which nearly So far as the executive committee Fall term opens September 27 1905. culture ensures a healthy wt
a: 000. The ruliply al the quicked fo lack of every member was present. The strike ncerned comm ee was calleSenor Catalogue the body to accompany tren
S"- p :*.arrra'e-i on July 1, sir Baldness would ensue as the situation occupied the attention of the together and I was Informed by wire ANDREW SLBDD, President. the mental development.
Sa o-k f $2.550.000. fanal result. Newbros' Hrpicide kills meeting far into the night but there thBR A INat hee was not a quoru present. Lake City, Florida. Why send your son or dan
3 r-pored to be about these germs and stimulates unbealkhy was nothing given out for publication. They stated in the telegram that they away to college before properly
hair to abunda- t growth. Herpicide is As yet there has not been any con- would make aothereffort to meet pared for college work, when e
a pleasant hair dressing as well as a siderable number of carpenters from next Thursday. I did not know; soon as practice at least" advantage for learning and more
Sthe Merchants. ; andr-ff cure and contains not an ether cities brought here. and it is G whether or not they would fall to meet Governor Broward Intends having an sonal attention are offered hbe
r '- presenmatve. Frank B. atom of injurious substance. Sold by: said that the effort in this direction next Thursday, and as I wanted to excellent time al Hot Springs. He has home?
Me:chant's Ho;el fading druggists. r sale by W. A. has been without avail. Contain the food etanffwhor a fedays, beI appontedomm the been working rd in his ofe for the For catalogue or further infom
of fa 1 and winter D'Alesnberte. dnrg l84 apothecarv. At a late hour last night the an elements that tend directly an wo the lace I ate d best recommend Ia repast. Hevera wll weekend hs time quietly H. CLAY AR TRNaddress
S- underwea-, 121 S Palafox. Send 10 cents in stamps nouncement was made by both parties to rebuild the b thought that the place I acted because im- therest anHe will spend his time quietly H. CLAY ARMTRONG
Aorn by big men an 1 for sample to The Herpicide Company, to the controversy that the situation thought that the office wa of such im-there and will return in about ten ri
gaug4-* Detroit, Mich. was practically unchaaged. ortan that t ought to be filled as days.


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GOING AWAY? ,Canal Commission, announces that he
When you leave the city for your will take the public into his confidence
summer vestion have The Peseel relative to work upon the canal and
t on mnalor, Pho ne iM. conditions upon the Isthmus. Evi-
dently there will soon be an opening
Possibili of for a good press censor.
Po-iyi;ro d
Now that the peace envoys have
T IC Peace C fence. finished the Alphonse and Gaston act
If both the plenlpotentiaries of, and posed for a picture machine, they
Russia and Japan maintain the re-' will please get down to business.
spective positions that they have as-,
snmed, either directly or by intima-i The president should arrange a
tion, many conservative diplomat are' peace conference between the repre-
of the opinion that the chance of e- sentatives of Ooernor Vrdamanand
fecting a lasting peace, if any at all, Elanchara'.
is extremely small. Russia has al- The first bale of cotton is beginning

ready expressed nerseil in a very de-
tetrmlned manner against the payment
of an indemnity and the cession of ter-
ritory, while Japan has been out-
spoken for both a cash indemnity and
the acquisition of territory at present
under Russian domination.
The latest rumors relative to the
demands that will be malce by Japani
are to the effect that Japan will de-i
mand $750.000.000 in cash, the cession
of the Island of Sakhalin. now con-,
trolled by the Japanese forces, and
an agreement that Japan shall have'
absolute control in Korea. In case1
these terms are not accepted it is
said that Japan, as a counter proposi-
tjon, will demand the cession of Vlad-
ivostok and other Russian possessions,lI
iu addition to a somewhat smaller
indemnity than in the first instance.
Under these circumstances, while,
there is no question that both nations
would welcome peace, it is hardly
possible that they will be able to,
agree, ana' unless some middle ground
can be found between the extreme de-
mands of JTapan and the Russian ideal
of what peace is worth to her, the
war will continue until one or the
other of the belligerents is thoroughly
Great hopes are expressed, howev-
er, that the terms of Japan will be so
reasonable that Russia can accede to,
them without humiliation and in such
case a lasting peace will undoubtedly
be arranged.
A sub-foci is simply a point of sec-
ondary infection masquerading under
false colors.

ANew Thewy
As to Cause d Disease.
A recent edition of the New York'
Herald contained a lengthy article by
Dr. L. B. Much, of Nyack, N. Y., rela-
tive to a theory he has evolved upon
the cause of many of the diseases
that afflict mankind, ano' one which,
It is believe', has never before been
considered by the medical profession.
Shorn of medical phraseology, Dr.
Couch contends that such ailments as
ryomtMism, Bright's disease of the
kidneys and appendicitis-to name
only the most Important-are produc-
ed by free carbon dioxide, better
kmown as carbonic acid gas. This
s Ii, as sl well known, a poison. It
is expelled from the lungs in breath-
tag, but the doctor claims that its ex-
Isateee In the tissues is the cause of
May dtseaes and all diseases of the
ut family, j
After muoh study of the subject, he ,
plains exactly what causes certain',
seames and. above all, declares that"
te remedy, or rather the preventative,
In fa be found principally in the regu-,
Imon of the diet. His argument ad-.
vaeces several revolutionary doe-'
tines, chief of which are that uric,
add Is not the cause of rheumatism ,
eam that there is little or no necessity ,
-r the use of the knife in appendlt.

hrUe Is a scarcity of lawyers in,
Sew York. About all of them have
been retained to defend the Equitable
actors in threatened Utigation

Weriag out of the game of graft.
ftt rteeived a grand welcome at
Manila Jast wait until you m the
stat oC he gets poa departure.

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A Good Investment.
A Texas girl advertised for a hus-
band and got him. The total expense
for advertising, wedding outfit, etc.,
was $11. Within a year he died. leav-
Sing her an insurance policy of $10,000.
And yet some people claim it does not
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nhav. atrea the natio,,l ove t o n. Doubtless the insurance companies whltewasble ealilated to mt ke Paull -J.----i----S------r--*----"----------------.aaaaC . Covington 2
neavo are moving to that townD we would be willing to submit to examt- Morton rad that letter with a vloleht JS.. President. .. W. MENFE, Cas I. h Covington.... share. 3.
three times to understand it. The nation by national bank examiners. twitching the left e elid. R.M. CARY, Vice-President. J.R. Saunders 5 shar
PoSt surely doesn't think there are o r a to e en THE PEOPLE'S BANK O P NSACOL. owni .......... a... ,:
any idle or bad negroes. Shades of only the fa nctaon of being the place rv eral tSts. but up ta date we have
Garrtson and Phillips! Is it possible at which juicy salary warrants are heard of no principality paying up old Directors---L. J. R*eves, J. S. Reese, W. DC. Kessler, R. M. Cary, Total ...........100 hares '
the Pobt can think that?-Tampa dated wa debts because Mr. i omis had pur ; W.A. D'Alemberte T. A. Jennings. IN WITNESS WdHREOP th. .-
Tribune. * *ated chased the certiflate at a heavy dis- TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANkiNG BUSINESS. mentioned subscribers have h.-.:
I i chased t ie certificates at a ueavy is. YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPICTFULLY SOLICITED. signed their names.
In Hamilton County. It is very generally believed that count. C. M. COVIN.TON,
There's fellow fever In New Or- the Equitable was pretty thoroughly
There's yeow fever in New Or- skinned before the Hyde was removed. Dubtles those Equitable directors --- H.L. COVINGTN
leas and one case ll Tampa. There's * and pensioners ann' the members of J.R. SAUNDER ,
lenty of yellow drot in thamilton A gold strike running $138.C00 to the beef trust wish that their business C. DOWNING.
county that producing the yellow the ton is reported- from Wyoming. would be treated like the bones of |. St O A.|
coln, and we haven't any fever of any Dr. Harper has struck a richer vein John Paul Jones-that Is, let alone Wholesale and etai Desit e A State of Florida, Lecambia C.ir.'y.
color or kind.-asper Banner of Lity. than that. for about a hundred years. Steam, Domestic, Anthracit e Before the subscrtber, a N a'.
erty. * eam, om Public in and for said State. pu-' *.
Smokers and Yellow Pever Japan declares that she does not ,-..,..-.,.,..a, ,:, and Blacksmith ly appeared C. M. Covintn H
Mosquitoes spread yellow fever. It want the Philippines. The wisdom of Office-No. 13 South PlUaft street. Telephone. 93. Covington and J. R. Saundr. :.
was a noticeable fact in Jaksonvill te theJapanese becomes more manifestly TWO GOOD MEN GONE. i' Yards on Zarragoasa and Qonzale stre Phone, 6. to me to be the hidviduaTa ^ I
during the epidemic of 1888 that smok.eve Tallahassee True Democrat. they executed the foregotn -.
from the fever The cause for this The packers have long boasted that ent for the uses and purpo. :
from the fever. nothe cause for thil ia packing hogs they utilled every- -- ,. ,,, ,- John Massey. Jackson Brandon. T. D. Adam set forth.
immunity was not reasoned out until thing but the squeal. The people have Given under my hand a.'. '"
Iar was discdveredthat mosquitoes been given that. We had n last week's issue a brief Pensacola Electrical Company .eal this the o28
oarers athen d diseases. Of course, Tat- anuouncenient of the death of Genera ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS. 1905 JOHNJ. 1i31.
smoers Tare not troubled with mner e The indications are that Japan U Robert Bullock and Angus Paterson, ALL. WORK GUARANTEED. Mt r Comy
uadtoe in Tame dis here everyone preparing to have Manchuria and a two of Florida's oldest and most dis- Cor. Tntendencia and Bell Phone, Com. pires FP. ,
amoked in T-Deampa, whNewsre everyos.Deand Newsne fw other sections of China thrown tinguishoa citizens. Their prominence Baylen Sts. 7.1909.
into her lap by providence. demands a more extended notice. No job to big or small for us We do work nl any part of the -
* General Robert Bullock, who died at city and also outside the city. State of Georg,. Glynn Cc'intr
Uncle Sam's "conscience fund" has his home in Ocala, July 27th. was Before the subseriber, a N,'-y P'i
The deMlw Pfmr#-- E been established twenty years and btrn in North Carolina December 8th. -.---. :ic In and for said s e. pr.ona:':v l
amounts to less than $400,000. Dr. 1828, and was therefore in his 77th peared C. Downing, known to me
i s y *11905, 0a Harper's conscience fund can beat year. He came to Florida when a UOrctoa.ouVC = be the individual descrifel by M.I
Tt of tat a mile. I youth of 16, beginning life as a teach- C O A L -W name, and acknowledged that be '+-
a l n cr, and about the time of attaining his r IC C O A a n WO | cuted the foregolng instrunment for
Mr. Rockefeller's only solace lies in majority he was chosen clerk of the fremm. !the uses and purposes therein se" f"'~n
I I the fact that McClure's was labeled circuit court In Marion county, which C ns m s and F l C m a GIven d y d anu r
"fiction number" when the most in-, position he filled for six years. He msealamlr lthe 4n dft of Aud:ai A
s was teresting portion of Miss Tarbell's was then commissioned, in 1856, to Offlc -Corner Chase and Tarragona. Phone 259. 1904.
story was printed. organize a company of mounted vol- 1 I S-ER I 1
pri ne u ,nteers for service against hostile My commission expires Ju. '
COPIES Senator Platt says that if he had Indians, and served as its captain for aug9oaw4w
hi.s life to live over he would live it about eighteen months. On returning Advrts 150,000), or so muca thereof as may
differently. Of course, but wouldn't to his home be studied law and was oLegal tvo P lama beonecessary.
Am avt be hard onthepuicicn view of the admltteu' to the bar in 1861. After a Bond Election Proclamation. i r the purpose of purchnovidnga itye In Escambt ia Co4nt Can
Iand or costruting, or pre!dng a city State of Flor h -
senator's experience? year of practice he entered the Con- Whereas. The Council of the City offPolicSid ltBsldf e t-ve nhi lenF. Westtvle&in r .
federatede service as a captain In thePensacola did on the 19th day of July, Thousand Dollarv ($75,000) or so Schliater and Ketle Scf:,a',..
Mr. Lawson's remarks concerning Seventh Florida regiment and served 1 m5, pass an ordinance, entitled: much therf as may be necessary, wife--Foreclosur of Xor -..
Governor Johnson. of Minnesota, will with valor and distinction throughout "'An ordinance to provide for the is-' For the purpose of purchasing a On Monday. th
DAILY be taken in a Pickwickian sense by the struggle, attaining the rank of stance of Bonds of the City of Pensa- o
Governor Mickey, of Nebraska, and Lrigadler-general. cola, Florida, under and by virtue of site and Constructing, or providing a ber. A. D. 1906, the de dan'. 13-
The following figures show The Pen- Governor Hoch, of Kansas. Gen. Bullock was appointed Judge of an Act of the Legislature of the State sum of TwentyFive Thousand Dollars, quired to appear to the
la Journal's circulation for each The trouble with Mr. Jerome whilethe circuit urt, but wa ousted un- o Florida. entitled An Acot au- $25,), or so ch thereof as maygain them h n. T
day during th3 nwoth of July, 1905. Ou his western t w that be w de the reconstruction of 1868. He thorize the City of Pensacola to issue be necessary. be published oe e wec ,,r
wihthe average number of copies profoundly solemn t his attempts v.as the democratic nominee for lieu"' negotiable bonds for municipal pur- And note Lis hereby given that consecutive wee] I The. P.-
w the average number of copie s ule n at sOt en ernoi1872,mand wasea posesan o on f orth eptpayment es^n^th0^ s e sC:h
tenant governor 1872, and was a poses, and provide for the payment pursuant to said orkivanee the Couneil Journal. a newspepe- pubh-h. '-
ly 4,25 Jul 16 <, be humorous, and hilariotusly funny in Tilden elector in 1876. In 1880 he thereof, approved May 12th, 1905," has duly elected te following Boar' usEambla Conty. A. M 'M ..
July 1 4,250 July 164,00. his attempts to be profound, was elected clerk of the circuit court which sasi ordinance was approved of B ed Trustee, vig: F. C. Brant Clerk Circuit Court. By L. A:.1
July 2 4,M00 July 17 .... * in Marion county. He represented the me on the 19th day of July, 1905: orB d Trus vis: F. C. BrentCerk Circui t Col
Jfor the torn;of three years, L. Hilton D. C. Peo.acola, F, July2;
July 3 .... July 18 4,200 That reciprocity congress is called second a district in the 51st and 52nd Now, therefore.1 I, Chas. H. Bliss, Green for the term of two years, L. Hlton d ly
uJly 4 4260 July 19 4,5900 about three years too soon. Reciproc-' congress, being an able and conscien- Mayor of the City of Pensacola, pur- J. Pter for the term of on year
ly 5 4,1 0 July 20 4,425 it. always gets its big boost in presi- tious legislator and a faithful and de- suant to the provisions of said ordl- In witness whereof, I hav e reuntoII
July 6 420 July 21 4,200 dental campaign years, and is the vcted servant of his constituents. He nance, do hereby call an election to be set my hiandane d M alsed theorpnto ADMINcTrATRIX NOTC. ''
July 7 4,10 July 22 4,300 G. O. iP's main argument, barring only died "full of years and honors," and held in said City on the 22nd day of se alof d.se t Pe tsa co oa Cretators, legatete, dstrbhit'-. -
July 8 4250 July 4,460 the barrel. 'wll be missed and mourned by many August, 1905, to determine whether, affxed, 1st y of August., b Creditor s ieteesn1 dl.trt
July 9 4500 July 24 .... admiring friends and fellow citizens. or not, the majority of the qualified C S. AIL t. BL19. all person hang clahm or a. +"
July 10 .... July 25 4,300 While trying to wash his face at a Angus Paterson, who died at his electors of said City, qualified to vote, yor City o., against the estate of Mars Joan W "
July 11 4,260 July 26 4,300 public fountain a man in New York heme in Madison July 26th, was born and voting, at said election shall ap Attest Mayor City o. City Cler deceased, of Pentacola Fl r .
July 12 4,2 July 27 4,300 dropped 3,000.000 in stocks Into the in Glasgow. Scotland, September 17th, prove the issuance of bonds for the City Cl required to present ame o
July 13 4*J0 July 28 4,30M water and they were washed Sway. 1834, but has spent nearly his whole purposes and amounts, or any of them, Notice Ishereby giwn that the ists signed within two years rrm :
July 14 4,J0 July 29 4,360 The slump In watered stocks still life in Florida. He was a devont enumerated in said ordinance, to-wit: prePlled W mb tnIalng the names date or eame will be barred.
July 15 4,50 July 30 4,00 continues. Christian, being an elder for many For the purpose of purchasing, or of the eeor o the City of Pens MARY ANN WHTT
Total for the month ......112,875' years of the Presbyterian church. He constructing, waterworks the sum of col, whe re qualified to vote t the Admtnistratrix of Estate of Mark .
Average per day ...........4,341 The Taft presidential boom seems was a Mason of high rank and took a Two Hundred and lFfty Thousand City M Weetiok to be held on Au.- White. Deceased.
Sto have been thrown into the junk most devoted interest in the order. Dollars ($250,000), or so much thereof gust 2a2d, 1M6. will be' submitted by July 26, A. D. l45. 26j1 V.wnW
I hereby certify that tha above tate. heap alongside trust prosecution. ral- He was a lawyer by profession, and as may be necessary. me to the. City Cmncil-r Its appav
ment is correct according to the rec- road rate regulation aadl canl push- a most honored and successful one. For the purpose of constructing, or al at MpSc~al thereoa to e -- ,-
ords o le o f thfs ofce. ing. He was unmarried, and made his providing, a system of sewerage and held it ei Cilty aS August 1i l lI
RED A. SWBWT, home with a sister, Miss Katherim* drainage the sum of Two Hundred and 1906, at t t WK &T Au.
Circulation Mar. The Chicago strike is ended and Paterson. a brother who resides In Fifty Thousand Dollair ('3S0,00), or All fahi s y&M e ca lled on to-li B II
sor to a bcrib eveal lor lader arm uwatr Indict- tadsden county betag his only other so much hereof as may b necessary. aow t Masactrers of
tt 3-to er of subs ibed'd b meat for acceptia brtbes. 'ihe beal- surviving relative Many sincere nd For theparpose of Ms g and other. te ai d aandDl in
tun 19t "I of Jy. neas men wh PaWlt y tribes that life-long tfrlnds mari his death 8 wie ImprovwlB stree aS pibsuc sailt2 1 as
ST Oay have hbeesn se Pea"Not'w- that of ofe o aee ia the worf ways of "Iase a" the 40 now O B otto 1* SLUM SER n M KLLAT
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V A L" r' .'W'"or -espace of three days after t4
Caricature S y "e hereof, and during the
CaiatrLfa e ic N. L. COVINGTON, President M. L CLAM AM publication and until the lia
W ",aL LAMtAR. Vi -sJNO, o AuJgust, 190)6 the said regi-
W .EAMARIs NAi lr BK u- ,will remainfor public
THE AN- At + Dated Pensacola, Fla. Aug.
Capital Stock, s 200,000 SuNrpl, $40,000 NOTI

Henr: IU Covington, S. 3eyh-, Of Intention to Apply for Lett.s
J. M. Pfeiffer. A.W Avery, Patent.
Bryan Dnwod, W. H. Mton, Jr., Notice is hereby liven *'- .-
Br-an D0nwody, O. I. Maura, undersigned will apply :o ri.
FW. 8. Rosaaco, A. AO'Nel, able Napoleom B. Browar. ',v.
T. F. McRourina, C- t. W. J. Hannah, the state of Flcrida, a Ta::
T. F. E. Brwner, MeKen OetHanna, Florda on th. ninth d ;f .
C. W. L-mar, Alex McGowin rA. D ,190 r-' .'
J. R. Saunders, C. M. Covlngton. Crporatng COVINGiTN r
LAND COMPANY hmder t*..
Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporations, and Firm Sollcted. proposed charter, the 'ri i :a: "
Four per cent. kterest paid on Time Deposits. is now on file in the ofiet of r 4crra.-?
____________________________________________________ of State of th. State of F'rl!a. '
-_ We, C. M. Covington. Hi L. Covn.
tons ad J. R. Sounde-9. <, tie city
S' WM. H. KNOWLES, Prest'let. W. K. HYILR. JR, V.-Pres. and Cas. Pensacola, Florida. and! r r. ,
fn.cOW ESFloridaan the city Of B- w ,. g .
THOS. W. BRENT, Ast. Cashler. W. N. ROBERTS. Asat. Cashler. etheb city of akeBrunswa a.
Patent incorporating uw ,' ,1. as.o
'I Tl ciates Into a eorpora!,o.f.a a"ror l.
I t ance lith the laws of :s a., .,
1v ~ r N> Florida under the followinr,, ar-er:
1st. The names ofth '
shall be COVING(TO.'-F\T-i,1FR..j
office In the city of Penscak!: ,
of P n o Fla. 2nd. The general naur.. - ,
s Pl ness to be tranracted .hal:'j'.,-
"lI lands and timber, an. -hep 'ii
all thi ngs incidental to Z i .L
DIRECTORS F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount WV HL Knowles the acquisition, holding, us. a,,4 1..
DIRECTOR& position of all proper'. ri al ia:,,i
t i"J W.K. Hycr, Jr., D. C. Brent. mvenet for te carrying out. f ,,
st o a n, h h 'ay b e ', r S ,,,
rORdIO~ AA DOA IEBTIOA rt A111 iE H D SOD ,hail sord. The amount of Captat Strcr
(210,000.00) divided int on. .i-dr i
We draw our own Bills of Ex- Vessels disbureo opon the Moot shares of a par value of ONE ifU..
enange on Great Britain, Ireland, Faverable Tertm an thSir ebll. PDRD DOLLARS ($10000.0)) ar ,t
/- ter4many. -Pranae Aiutrla, Italy same to be god In cash upoa c3il g
Kolland, Span, Selg* m, Russla, gationstaken Pa able at Prt of the Directors.
r ~Norwy, Sitdep, Denmark, and Destienatlen Ten Days After VeO 4th. The said corporation ha n',,at
other Eurewan Countrtes. sel Arrive* therM for ninety-nine years from theaage 49
SENOR JOAQUIN D.CA8ASUS. granting Letters Patent to i*
J 1-- \.-; 5th. The busnese shall be + ond :'*-*.
.' Safety Deposit Boxes Fo Rent, in Connection4 wth which we dent. eon or -oet Vce-Presidn- 'i,
. have a Private partmnt for the use Of Rcntcra a Secretary-Treasurer The Dir.tf, s
Shal lbe electe ann ally at. a no-Tin
I- of the stockholder+ "o )o beMl on "
Cu i n Com en Fro second Wednesday ,. November .t
|Mr Bryan'S Commoner | v|nts Depetmeont-Intereet Pald on D. each year, an1 the ,rs ,.a!l .4
elected by the Board of i;rw*i .'ra' a
M poSI Sat Rate of 4 p r oCent per Annum. meeting to be held on tt a I ,.
ton shall be President. J. R. Sa'i:. :.-t,
Vice-President; and J. K. ,z.
The New York "400" seems to be And only a few years ago Mr. De- L. HILTON oRaEN. .asszAw.. T.X. WLLM, Vcs-PASmSIzO-T. reary-Treaurtr. and thlr- F ?*'"
naa'e up largely of .Z.Z. Marks. pew wag Widely mentioned as a prob- a .. t. iUSXKLL., CAsnis XMANNIxLDMOeKO,Art. CAsahall be C. 1 Covingt R
able candidate for the presidency! shall be C.M. Covngton. R
When the good citizen takes a va- * C Itzens M at onal B ae nk, hder andi. L. Coington,
cation from politics the grafter re- Senator Pepew will have to tell the of Pnsao's, Florida. ness to wheh theamorporaflimfa .
doubles his exertions, reporters somb awfully funny stories ; Xlaotr. w corporate lfo, n.
* this time It he.expects to make them I e.W Wright. MorrisB.ear, T.B. elly time subjet itself hall : N
One way to prevent crop report forget whit they were sent to inter-t MIX Robinson, L HiltoaGrass. HUNDRED FIFTY THOUAN .0
scandals is to prevent speculation on v!ew him about. 7hA GENERAL BANKING B USINESS TRANSACTED. tARS Ts.0 scribers su .00.)
he boards of trade. Secretary Bonapartes reference to or the following amounts of stoi. .
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On the Txable Poerty of the City, Which Rw hRahe a faatie
of SI,000,000-Board Now HerigPmess a
Meetings Held Ec Dacy.
ey .

T C. C- rP.ard of Equalization.
v i, -:n;v :he formation of that body
la.- i, (;.sderi having property
: ci-v tssed upon a basis of;
:', pwr cent has at last decided to _
11h! Th change. Heretofore all
-.b';><"' was asasesed upon a basis
S p;,~- rent. of Its actual value.
t,:nr.r.,ae in the assessment value,
..>-r rki^ws nno neeessar*ilrtv me

"!.a th. smi;, rate of taxation will
u.; lu' 1 all probability it will be
r:, a~td to 7 or t mills, while it nowi Yesterday wa slaughter or electro-
*i'1 a' l1 mills. cution day at the city dog pound, and
Thb Board of Equalization, which Is over forty canines of all sies, sexes,
'and breeds were give an electrical
stock *which put them forever to sleep.
lea-shad Sbbd ag4in aIted in the
capacity of chief electrocationer, and
as fast as th dogs cold be taken
ew trom the pound and the electric wire
plcaed about taeir necks, he turned on
the current. Death was almost in-,
tan taneous in each Instance.
0 When the marshal ad ht force be-
gaa their work the pond was killed
wPiano H ou e ith yelplag curs of all descriptions,
hilch had made night bedlous In that,
section of the city or several nights.
Every dog in the pound was electro-
cuted with one exception and that one
We Can save you money and satisfy was held as the necessary number of
you if you desire a fi.st-ciass PLana days have not elaped.
New Pianos from $100 to 600. 1 It is likely that there will be but few
Re sure to see the Baby Piano-- ore killtan at the statim as the dog
rna:lest regC.ar Piano made for young catcher hae quit hisa ob and in addi-
a:. old alike. 1100 to $175. zion the dog days are nearing an end.1
It rl:l pay you to call or write uL.
composed of Wm. 3I Anderson. presi-1
TUNING A SPECIALTY. dent. John ,. Stllean and F. E.
PHONE 4M Brawner, toetber with the tax ames-i
PHONEr and collector, as just held a
meeting. It was the irat formal
CLUTTh RUSHIN, eetingt held olsoe the books of the
Assessor were ready to be submitted.,
jRand it was at this meetlnt that the
12 Lw. n Iinrsa Str. matter of asesitng al operty st
Its actual value n agai discussed ,
PMNSACOLA. FLORIDA, and action taken as ated above.
SThe books Awe SeRllly s5how-
ed a healthy increase in the growth of
Pensacola. Placing the valuation on
the basis of 100 per ct. It is shown
that the increase in pry erty values
within one year has. amounted to
IF YOU WANT 00.000. making a total valuation on
a basis of 100 per cent. a about $11.-
The present tax rate of the city is
11 mills, but witth te assessment of
hawilloperty at te ll valution it is
ha ill e thprobable that this will be cut down to
isfaction that you aro 1 7 or 8 mills.
wearing the best it is While tke will be Mether an In-
posible to produce, you crease or decree In ti. amount of
should be sure to money reeaived&a bfaro the am
g of property at in ftr vahl uan
W- VW F-pU 11 awill have a M-defy to hmprus the
Stranger wtth the welth of the c ity
The the low rsh
dhe Star Stem the lorate-ofMO
Durft t- @ aIM 4a1riy vet
LaUd ry. t ble and awtpe atrt0 at o
nd bowel dora~an prvaee.
27 E. ~Gafrtftf p Pt-1 Calr' 11" 1aMi Mts Too k
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Mrs. W. T. Godwin, wife of W. T.
Godw4a, ot 127 West Romansu street,
died yesterday afternoon, the deo'eaed
having been ill for a number of weeks.
The eath of Mrs. Godwin, though
expected, was a severe shock to her
asny friends who knew and loved
her. presence was a sospel of
good er and encouragement, while
,er sunny nature made all who knew
her love her motherly ways.
Mrs Godwin was flft:-five years of
age. She leaves a husband, W. T. God&
w in. one son. S. Godwin, three daugh-
ters, Mirs. H. A. Brown,. Mrs. Jeff
Shelby and Miss Rosa Godwei.
The funeral services will take place
a her late residence, 127 West Ro-
mnana street at 3 o'clock this after-
A lazy liver makes a lazy man. Bur-
dock Bloo. Bitters Is the natural,
never failing remedy for a lazy liser.

It's Hot!

The reason is purity.

2-Miss Ida Barns. Principal of State school
79-Miss Ethel M. fund............. ...... 7,631.54 1
I. Gillon Nchols, assist- Interest of State school fund 16,898.87
Principal of seminary fund.. 24.17
luterest of seminary fund .. 3.963.00
SHire of state convict fund...52.349.35
V SCAP oF Indian war claims fund .... 25,000.00
Agricultural Colege fund ... 2,322.84
*a AlUC Ir T3. Experimeunt station fund .... 4,607.41
IK GRIFFITH Whte College, Morrill fund 12,507.60
Colored College, Morrill fund 14,701.99
University incidental fund.. 362.32
soclated Pres. Station Incadentsl fund.... 547.16
Aug. 8.-Clark Griffith, South Florida Military Col-
he New York American leg current expense fund 617.23
ill team, narrowly miss- Florida Agricultural Insti-
life yesterday by pto- tute, Kelstmee fund .. 3,963.85
ug. His condition last Florida, oepita! for Insane,
much improvement and fire low fud ............ 129.70
3 be about again fn a Unlverlit of Florida,
manager Grifflth. accor- Oalneavl1e donation fund 40,000.00
wife, dined at Coney
night and was returning Total .................. $454,117.78
when the manager was
ked with terrible pains. JUDGE CARTER REACHED
So severe that It was THE CITY LAST NIGHT.
ble to stop on the way,
rtr was carried Into a Jude lrans B. Carter, Judge of
iysicians worked over the Flrt Judlcial circuit, reached the
I long time and finally citr last tht, coming from his home
Yeater4ay. however, inJIai Lra, wherehe has been for the
a m3ch worse, but by j.a w e'.
I he rallied from the at- The JMlA wil! Convene the circuit
r a restful sleep of sev- court hi etata Ioni this morning,
eared much better. He C4 4 rlU be d40po6ed of. In addl-
ne before the second at- U" toI 40 -e ert caaes which are
to he* Or tb ar also a large num-
ber f r" .,-.
ieebol accidents have
a there's a battle of Dr. W W4ERT AND
oile o a te eiacine C PAK
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Issues Stateent Relative to Ne-
cessity for Heath Certificates
in 'Florida.
The inspectors who are representing
the State Board of Health to keep
refugees from entering the state are
working zealously, says the Jackson-
ville Time-Union, and several parties
have been turned back within the last
twenty-four hours.
Despite the fact that the press all
over the country has announced that
it will require evidence of not having
been in an infected district in the past
ten days to enter this state, people
will insist on making an effort to 5et
through. Yesterday a lady and cniid
were put off the train at Camp Perry,
from a Southern train. The lady
ccild not give the evidence asked for,
and while the Inspector regretted thet
circumstances, she and her child were
put off. The passengers who are de-
tained are well cared for at the camp
and some of them soon get the wires
busy and have evidence sufficient to
permit them to come on the next train.
la In order to facilitate matters, Dr.
Porter has issued the following state-
ment as to certificates:
Suggestions From Dr. Porter.
"Suggstions of state health authori-
ties for the benefit of the traveling
"Medical, train inspectors of htis
state and other states as well, will re-
8 quire certificates of identification and
whereabouts of persons for ten previ-
S ous days before travelers can legally
enter Florida until the present rigid
IO U *j quarantine against yellow fever In-
fected points has been ralsea or modi-
Sfed. It is suggested, therefore, and
the newspapers of the state might
,publish fior the benefit of their readers
I stouts certificate as follows:
I u SL *'This is to certify that
reallyy appeared before me at
Fl orda, on the -- day
of 1905,, apparently in good
health, and afixed hereto the signa-
ture for purposes of identification, and
--** has to my knowledge been in this
I bed e in this
ETIN1 -or days
"'SignMtufte of
TI I"'Notary or other officer.'
(Impression seal.)
Hol~rs of certificates os above can
at every stopping point along the line
INwM T hers An of travel request the local railroadf
ticket agent or postmasters to stamp
sI Sc ols and their certificates, showing their where-
abouts. by dates, and can also easily
I ^ PH identify themseltes by writing their
IF signatures Is the presence of and for
comparison with signatures in certfl-*
monthly meeting of the cates by the inspectors, wherever and
of Ptblie Intrneon whenever encountered, inside of Flor-
erday, all members be da."'
There was no special IDpite the fact that the situation
ugh a number of teach- at anpa is now regarded as perfect-
ned to schools ly safe, Dr. Porter wired the home
of the treasurer showed office last night that the cordon about
Sa balance on hand to the house where the Italian was sick
he school fund amount- had been kept on, and that it would I
SThe pa roll, amount be maintained for several days, and '
was approved and or- that he would remain there during
that time. He and Dr Guiteras are
tion of J. Ormond as determined to remain in Tampa until!
school No. 4 was ac- there is absolutely no more danger
s. A. McKinnon elected from the pest.
At the health offce yesterday more
wu selected as super- cheerful information was received
SNo. 26, taking he from New Orleans. The government
Heighton, who declined has institute vigorous steps, and it
is believed that all will be well before
nt and superintendent falL.
d to make a number of
provements to the REGULAR BAND CONCERT AND
occupied by the new DANCE AT ELECTRIC PARK
urer's report showed a
id of over $3,000 it was REPORT OF THE
ie note of the board for STATE TREASURER.
000. made some months
lated. Tallahassee. Aug. 8.-The report of
re appointed as follows: W. V. Knott, stcte treasurer, filed with <
9-Mrs. Carrie L. Seal the governor, shows balances to the
riet Pritchett, assist- credit of several state and educational
finds at the ciose of business, July
15-Miss Pearl Crab- 31, 1~05, as follows:
General revenue fund ......$ 86.706.80 1
18-A. C. Myers. One mill school fund ...... 64,794.2
21-Miss Pearl Strick- Pension Tax fund ......... 25,345.46
State Board of Health fund 91,641.26

Phone 109.

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is the very essence of life. Keep the
blood healthy and the various organs
will be healthy. The way by which
the blood is to be kept pure and
healthy is not by administering so-
called blood tonics, but by keeping the
glands of the body pure, sweet and
clean, and this is to be accomplished
by a gentle assistance to nature.
Nature rebels against the powerful
drugs that are administered to-day for
her assistance. 8he does not stand in
need of them; they always do her
harm. Do not put powerful drugs into
your stomach.

Long Life

Liver and

Kidney Cure

the discovery of Rev. H. E. O'Grady,
will be found the best remedy ever
offered to relieve constipation and all
the forms of Liver and Kidney trouble.
If your liver is right you will not suf-
fer from indigestion, jaundice, chills,
fever and many other troubles arising
from diseased liver.

Louis Saks, of Birmingham, Ala.,
the largest clothier In the state, says:
"Your Long Life Liver and Kidney
Cure is rightly called Long IMe, as it
is a medicine of great merit."

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PHONE 978.
P. O. BOX, 97;.


Blue Ribbon

Bottle Beer,
has no equal
Sold everywhere

S.A. Friedman

Wholesale Distributers

Leader in



and Liquors,
PHONE 17i.


will be out of town
July 30th to be ab.
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Is one part of the dru busbiess which I should magie would be
of interest to Fvery customer of a drug stre. Nbt became i ts
anything wonderful, this being able to compound a doctor's pre.
scription wkhout making an error, but the wonder of otWaning
these delicate chemicals, where they come from, the change tht
takes place in the compondng, and a thousand and o e thas
of importance to health and life in the proper handling of what
at Irat may appear a simple prescription. For lsthaoe, the mit.*
of Antipyrine with sweet spires of nitre, as all pharmacists know,
-makes a compound which would probably cause death if given ta
doses as large as might be given of each alone. For a drggist
to attempt to mix turpentine, sweet oil and sulphirie acd in a
bottle would result in an explosion and the ruining of his clothing
of nothing worse happened. Speaking of Antipyrine, t might be
of interest to the customer to know that since the patent on Antl.
pyrine has expired it can be bought at a very material reduction
from their old price of $1.40 an ounce. But with Oodeine S lphat
at $3.80 an ounce, Hydrastine from $1.50 an ounce to $12.65 an
ounce and Homoatropine H.'.robomate at $168.00 an ounce and
these chemicals being press ribed by your physician your breath
would be taken away occaskmally by the price of a prescriptio.
However, it has always been my aim to compound preserip.
tions at a reasonable profit and not make the price of a cheap
prescription high enough to pay the extra price of an expensive
I have been in the prescription business pretty much aH my life
and each year am making an effort to serve my customers better
than the year before.
Let Us Fill Your Prescriptions.


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great many people from taking advantage of our free tooth brush offer, that Its Baddeot Ampect Is the b4Mtng *ot
offer is continued for this week. p thee h1ome
The passing of. the home is the sad.
To introduce Hooton's Antlreptic Tooth Powder, we will give to every dest phenomenon of modem city life.
pI.chabser of a 25-cent bottle of the power, a 25-cnt Tooth Brush free. The tenement house, which we seek to
Both the Powder and the Brush are gv.'ranteed, and if either are unsatis. disguise under the name of "fiat," is a
factary your money will be refunded and no questions asked. most wretched substitute .ft the hum-
blest of homes. That urut people endure
them is an Indication of degeneracy, as
FIMNE STATIONERY it will unquestionably be the cause of
I Ea more rapid descent. It is morally
certain that the vigor of the race can
We have the finest line of Fine Stationery and Writing Materials in be maintained only bty personal con-
thisa ety. Stationery is done up in fancy packages for from 10 cents to tact with the mother earth from which
".26 per box-we sprang, which nourisbes us to hat
bosom when we die. Why this is, per.
haps no one knows, btt it is within the
MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY nowedge of all that thetgor of the
city Is constantly recreated OWg coup,
PHONE 1100 try life. To deprive chbldkalof dalay
contact with the soil Is a ui
THE BIRTH PLACE OF PROMPT DELIVERY. The evil of the tenement hose was
S___ not realized until It passed trom the
slums, because few of as know how the
other halt lives. It is perhaps not so
IF WE HAVE IT, IT IS THE BEST. desperate a misfortune to Saoe who
S iF WE HAVE IT. IT IS THE ET. dplive by manual labor, oat thl get their
contact with earth in other" ways, and
~ GL TE LO R *their children, less vexed .by the co-
S ventions of society, flAnd aeM to the
GLUTEN F L U oil by soemeeans and while
... still youw to the occpatliou of their
parent. The mot terible ffect of the
U HAVE JUST RECMKD AI FRESH SUPPLY OF THE CEL- tenement house is In the famiNes of the
BB A&W) GLUTEN FLOUR 80 MUCH IN DEMAND BY INVA- "salaried" clae as distlgi.tsed frmp
1 3. DIABU= ICS. AND AUj WHO- RQUIR, SPCIAL NOU the "wage earners" and who fit tom
ESE'MINT. O., lat to flat, seldom ,I d l"g
tiuas to be formed. Ths 4101
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gu.*," .. ., ..... *i" .. Known as an armed occupation permit, asked us about '- -
on he found himself near a white- which was issued to Mr. Parsns in
washed tomb. Knocking at the door of 1842. The defendants, many of whom cream. The seer,-- of Ir
the shrine, he asked for a meal and a have owned this land for several years, s that we use .
bed. .When the next day dawned he '-laim possession by the swanip landil e
was about to continue lhis journey, but act of 150, under which act the state Jersey cream, avortag.
the keeper of the hirine be.o-ight hiin c;rme into possession of all the swamp
to remain in order to hell him keep and overflowed lands which were own. etc., in freezing :. thor
the shrine and collect the offerings of t'd ob the United States government, and in
the faithful. The youth said that he and on which no settlement had been roughly, and in ...ag t
qxust first consult his parents, and the m ade prior to the passage of the act. so daintily.
obler man bade him take his ass and ; The patent in question cove .- about
m eone hundred and sixty-four acr-, ard
seek advice of his pareats and return. one hundre and sixty four acres, and -
Thadvie boy took the ass and e awa, includes the entire area of the ity 'of
The boy took the I,;s and wode away. Cedar Key ,im-proved and unimproved.
but hq had not ae emniplihed hia!f the Cedar Key I.ja town of manv athou. K
Journey before the ass fell sick ad sand inhabitants andon the most Kandy chen Cafe.
died. Then the boy knew not what to important fishing points on the gulf
do nor where to turn. But when he !c.ast. Its oysters are note the world 140 S.Palafo. Phone 999
had considered the cir'iumstnnaes of ower for !heir -xcellent flavor, which
ls case a brilliant idea flashed- into his has brought the town into great promi.,
mind. j nence. The flsh'ng Industry as well as
."Having dug a pit and cast the ass oyster canning establishments and
therein, he pl ngreant stones over it. te factories skin, have been worth
whitening them with lime. and set a a reat deal commercially to the citv
white flag above. saying to all who and its people with the result that ci Iufer Music House
passed by, 'This is the tomb of St. So- rogr~s, while not I.itk. has been The Leaders In
.ad-so.' Then worshipers came from i seay and te Ppeo have p-ropereJ
every side, alms were poured in and 2dlusesitan bore, t h reW Pslriithcts u sasy0 Terms
offeg showered utpon him. The the Cedar Key folks have lived un-
keeper of the forCr shrine lost his molested by troublee of 'he outside' Sole Agents for the Celebra
I eustqapers and came to visit the new world, have built themselves up tol
paint. He when the crowd had gone comfortable living, and are perfectly Irnirh 2 Bih L er
approacbed the young shrine keeper. Contented among tbmselves. I anin& Vt W r
1 .ask thee by AJlah.' said the old man, But the new tfta of affairs is going ul 0th1
'who Is this saint of thine and what to enliven things in Cedar Key, says
inner of thing Is buried here? the Gainesvllle gn. it will be like
"'I will not deceive thee, but will tell tirrlng vp anU t' nwnt, a"d It is no RaOL
thee4tbe truth,' returned the youth. more ta n Orl tbat ** people wic
fy sant wbo In buried herie Is none rifts s a opltj to Me eausee,
'My tint who Ibeast ed he carea o they fel th 'Oetdar Key belongs CALL OR WRITE FOR PRICES AND
ir a thy beast, evn the carea t u waaity'm FS 9fay @1teTR L
i tbr tat =4who bU tm Is burlted feo d aJ .d
tIn12 e two u k 7 wD D tw; hiaUK sad Which HIGH GRADE ORGANS AT LOW

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SSeen, Heard and Done Am Ths who Go, Come oN. E oD Lo-AY. /ith Io i
and Tarryo-Women and Society. re ani Eltswhere -rob you of yo. -s. ..... i the flooi. ti4d
of bargains duria our monster

Mrs. William Fisher and family bruntof every growl-undoubtedly
came up from their summer home at should have the moral courage to'
&Msherville. Monday and are now in overlook smaller orences on tihe part, ,:I y *i V000 A i^o EN -''..1-
Their city reihe-nce preparatory to oo the ignorant and to kick from his
Saving Thurbday noon for Virginia. car any animal in human guise guilty WE SELL THES NOT TO MAKE A PROFIT, BUT BECAUE
Sol such indecency. WE NEED TH[ ROOM.
Mr. and Mrs. A. .. Cammack left And-the more gentlemanly his
fatmrday for Montr.agle, Tenn., where clothes, the higher his social position, $3.50 Ladies' Strap Sandals, al' styles, now.................. $2.27
they will spend two weeks before go- the more influential his financial andl $2.50 Ladies' Strap Sandals, all styles, now................. 195
ag to Waukesha. Wis.. to spend tthe business connections, the harder and $3.50 Ladies' Tan Oxfords, al! styles, now...................S2.C8
remainder of the warm weather. more violently the conductor should 2.50 Ladies' Tan or Black OxfOrds, all styles, now............. $1.96
k-ck him.
Mr. Edwin Reese who recently re And-if he should presume to in $6.00 Edwin Clp Oxfords, Tan or Black, now................$4.93
turned from Biloxi, Miss., where he sinuate that he has an "interest" in, $5.00 Men's Oxtords, all styles,................................. $3.95
has occupied an excellent position as cr influencee" with the street car com- $4.00 Men's Oxfords, all styles, ndw ..........................$ .19
stenographer and bookkeeper for the paty, let the conductor make the $3.50 Men's Oxfords, all style, now ..........................$2.3S
last six yn rswill tak e a well earn ed tment of the offending passenger' Misses', Children's and Boys'-Footwear in same proportion, as our
rest in his old home, to the great violent enough to assist him as tar asl
pleasure of his relatives and many possible toward the company's head-; entire stock of Odds and Ends aid Broken Lots Must be Sold, so hurry
friends. quarters. For-I believe that-noth- along and get your share of the plums.
!ng would work better tor the conduc-
Mrs. J. Elwood de la Rua and Miss tor's advancement, than for him to
Kate Care left yesterday for Leto- compel his passengers to observe the
hatebee, Ala.. where they will visit, rules of decency-written or unwrit-
Mrs. de la Rua's sister for the re- ten.MEYER SHOE CO
mnainder of the summer. If a passenger-man or woman-re- MY ,R SO O ,/
IMPLY A A MATTERomply with the requirements 102 SoUt Paltx Sftret. Feet Furnishers Gor Flks. ; W,
MATTER of human decency, then he or she.,
OF HUMAN DECENCY. should walk. Walk through the deep- "\_//,
Just as a matter of decency-aside est sand or burning sulphur until
Agom the danger-is there or is there fitted for human association. .. -
sot a law against spitting in public Yes-he or she. For, also, she is and naturally the castle isnotr'
places? If not there should be one quite apt to attempt to cover a multi- la drdtsthblaeBut
Just as soon as it can be passed'. tiude of social vices with the latest -tgood order he gets withe blame But D UNI
If there is-as I believe-it should thing in o'ry goods. But-vices like tigers. Or atl blame lies with that type of
tbe rigidly enforced. At once and im.- domestic skeletons, "will stick out." gers. Or at least with tat type of
partially. Simply as a matter of de-. One close, rainy, disagreeable even- passenger whoahas nothyt yet reached / rC
escy. ing a map and a vman entered a th e humanlevel. And-they should p to The Journal. /
Monday night the writer boarded a closed car crowded with passengersbe compelled to conform to human Deua Sping Aug. Mr. Geo.
"depot" car--4aking, as usual, the va- including several ladies returning usage or-be fumigate cod to B. LDeFunak S- of Bloomingston Aug 8-Mr Geo
Cant seat nearest, which proved to from a reception. As soon as she had lenty-by the humanity compelled to B. Leavit anrrivd herame Thurof Bsdaoomngton
be the front, inside the car, and, with- squeezed herself contemptuously be- witness their intolerable nauseous- Indiana, arrived here of thursday anl
oat scrutinizing the floor, sat down. tween two other women she looked ness. Hotel.
At the next corner a young couple anxiously toward the rear, wondering If you use Blue Ribbon Lemon and Curtis McKiunon of Jacksonville, is
did the same. The lady's dress was audibly: Vanilla xtrac in your ice cream the at home for a week's s to his father. /
new, an exquisitely fresh and Akinty "VeVhere is he poor dear-he's soak- flVaornil b erfectand beSesthe Geo. W. Ward, of Whi'sfeld, passed
combination of lace and white goods. ing wet. Do go see. He might fall flavor wlutbe perfect and besides through here Friday route to Bof held, assed
When they left the car I observed off the platform. are absolutely pemon and Vanlla. through ere Friday route to
a dark stain-a reeking, nauseating "Perhaps the conductor wouldn't for Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla, ton.
a dark stan-a reeking, nauseating Perhaps the conductor wouldn't Takes less. favorss perfectly. The ladies of the Baptist Church
*pot-on the side of her skirt near the let him get on." realized the neat eum of fifteen dolla s
hem and as the beautiful, soft folds of 'Would'n't let him get on!" she 'n the collection which was taken at
her garments swept a mass of the screeched. "I'd just like to catch a THE PART HEFTER. the orgsnrecital last Tuesday night.
same corruption as she stepped down, conductor (0, the mighty scorn she ev. W. F. Wagner left Wednesday
I knew that patience had ceased to injected into that word) keeping him An Aeters Suceesm ay Net Depesd morning for his home near Atlanta.
be a virtue, off. I'd have him discharged so quick on the Number MaUes ., From there he will go on a business
Time and again I have seen per- would make him dizzy. Ah! Here An actor, known variously as trip to Cleveland, Ohio. His brother, CLEVER MODE FOR THE DEMOISELLE.
eons, dressed like gentlemen, smoke, he comes." rienced," reliablee" and "good all Walter Wagner accompanied him. For the young lady who still clings! has a tablier front, displaying inverted
chew. hawk and spit on the car. rub And he came. A draggled dog. round." one who has been said to 'a Douglass Storra of Seattle, Washing- to Misses' styles this will prove a pleats, stitched te about the knee, and
the soles of their highly polished threading his way between those with authority," and whose "scholarly ton is visiting his relatives, Mr. anl smart design. The coat is one of those then well pressed from there. The
shoes about in the mess they have crowded passengers, rubbing his wet reading of his lines" bas been the tub- Mrs. R. W. Storrs. chic little short affairs that define the sides and back are arranged in two
niaae on the floor and then lift their body against the ladles dresses and jeet of frequent eulogy, walked out of Mrs. D. W. Burke and children, and figure faultlessly. The usual number sections. The top part resembles a
feet and deftly clean them off on the leaving an irremediable stain on te his manager's office with a roll of type- Mrs. Burke's guess, Miss Ethel Tay- of seams is employed, and the fronts yoke, so smooh and snug is the fit;
Time andf theain I have been re- tion gown ta h ad been worn but light clo written manuscript clutched tightly la or, and Miss Carrie Burke, of Ala- arranged with a shallow shawl collar, and to this a circular lower part is
qested to cand agatention through the on e before on gown that hadn never been worn but hig hand and a look of blended joy and bama, went to Greyton Bech 'Friday ane a vest af white cloth that contrasts applied with rows of silk stitching. A
quested to call attention through the oce before, and can never be worn irradiating his well seemed for several days. with the soft cadet blue of the gown. band of princess haircloth is deftly in-
colunms of The Journal to these out- again, for visiting. r, face Mrs. J. R. Brown. Mrs. Hope Caw- Gold buttons and some black braids serted in the hem to insure the correct
raseous breaches of common decency, A child, little daughter of a visitor, I .thon, .J..6w, Misses Anna giveIt quite a military air. The skirt fare.
tut have declined, urging each person had been bitten by a dog so frighten- "I've got my new part." he criedI thn, Mrs. . Dw, Misses Anna give t quite a military air. The skirt are.a McKin-
to lay his or her case before the man- ing the delicate mother that the sight ously to a friend whom be met on the avi, and Emma Campbell ave been
ager or superintendent of the street a dog near the child had thrown sidewalk. "and it's great." eletd. by the Fair Asociaton, to gan Saturday night for a brief stay. TITLE T TOW
railway company. her into convulsions. One day she "Indeed." said bhis riend.. "What's take charge of the dies and chil- Mr. A. L. Beach and family, Mr. and U
But, meantime, my own observation -got on a car to take the child for an the character?" dren's department, Wh will be one Mrs. A. G. Thalmer and Misses Efle
leads me to te conviction that the airing. A woman, followed by a dog Dunno" replied the Thespan cher of the most attractive features. tubb and Elsie Nipe made up a lies in dely distributed moral VOVt on and sat Beul Manning of oraa, reyton Beach M
ftnlt lies in widely distributed moral got 'on and sat in Iront of them. The fully. "but It's simply great If y Miss Beual* Manning of Plorala, is Pleasant, party to Greyton Beach Mon-
and social cowardice. &ag, one of the little, saPPing pup-don't believe me just heft this." And the attractive guest'of Misses Cebal -y
hese decent passenger who observes eseat bperskingst and napping at thehis friend proceeded to "eft" the type- and Myrtle Waie. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Graves of Geneva,
the impulse to denounce them bufet- til the t erroring azed mother begged the i written roll, remarking as he handed Mr. L. S. Cleveland, who has been Ala., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. F. IMPORTANT SUIT AFFECTING
until he or she is a victlm-"hating a woman to 'Please hold him. I'm It back that it must weigh at least half the efficient foreman In the Breeze of- Graves. CEDAR KEY REALTY FILED
fuss" cools his ardbr with the thought afraid hel jump over." a pound. fice for the past two years, has gone Mrs. John F. Watson, Mrs. Geo. F. CEDAR KEY REALTY FED
that it is none of his business." se" eclamed the dog's If this good all round actor had poen- to Florala to accept a similar position Carden, Mrs. N. Sowell and Misses, IN LEVY COUNTY.
Tha victm-e in the specific ase cmpanon. "He's only playful." sessed any real knowledge of his craft with the News of that place. Edith and May Skiles, are some 6f the
recited--pbably leaves the car in The mother, trembling with excite- he would have known that the failure Mr. Charles Ohandlee of Gulfport. ladies who ar' interested in the or- One of the most important cases
ignorance of her defilement until she ment and fear, stopped the car, got, he scored was due to the fact that his Miss., is visiting her sisters, t e Miss. ganization of a Village Improvement, that has ever been filed iu this state
gets to her destination, and then-as off and walked back to her hotel, pack-w half pound part was one of thoM ea Parish. Society. PThis effort qp their part is, recently fled at Bronson, the
vbe cannot prove by designating the ed up and left for home next day. worthless ones which read well and The county school board has petl- very commendable in that it tends to county seat of Levy county, which in-I
Lumbers on the car and the caps of That conductor, I am glad to state. I "heft" well, but which afford the play- tioned the state board to allow the beautifying the town. I evolves the question of title to the en-!
the men in charge, that she got the is no longer in the employ o the com er no opportunity to do anything pleas- wings next year. There is all Mis Maud Saprounders who has been tire town of Cedar Key, says the Ta
ith on her clothes in one of those pary, though it is improbable that any ig to the public. buility o the request being grantedvi weeks friends in Moble or sescasesinthenatuveralre of a ba Heralill
*tee, clean looking open street cars- complaint was made on that score, When Mr. Palmer gave out the parts At the last meetr the school hoard weeks returned home ay. Ts case is in the nature of a bill
she is helpless. as there should have been. for the first production of "The Two appointed Messrs, R. D. Baker, H. J Mrs. C. V. Mcronald has returned filed by Attorney W. E. Baker of
The conductor-ductoronductor, The car is the conductor's castle Orphans" there was one roll of manu- oers. John Moore, Misses Christine TomGeneva. w ere she has been v aine le e, -o remon o a ndt from
script that was the lightest of all and Gillis and Christian McDonald to make nices Mr the Ml- J.le Misses Hortense Ceidar Key Town Improvement Com-
weighed so little that the part bhefters an outline of a course of study for the nyee nt AnleChpi Mcs n reH r n y, reresey d on Im eWniltio,
M A CH in the company turned up their noses high school, subject to adoption by the turned with her L.nlAe re B. Parsons and others. Attorney
A TOHO Iin scorn and turned phltying gIances on board. turned wi Baker is representing in th case these te
H IIIIIII* H the young actress to whom it was as- Mrs. L. P. C .mpbell went to Milli- heirs of Thomas Parsons, being JameM
mmm IIU I l I II*mem signed. Yet that was the part of Lou- -_ SHRINES IN MOROCCO. Pierson, of Rosewood; J. T. Pierson
ise, tihe blind girl, and Miss Kate Clax- _____ and W. H. Pierson, of Hlllsborough
OPEN ALL NIGHT ton's performance of it will remain in i ...TH ... Why sene People Look vUpm Them -county.
O E ALL N IG H the popular memory long after evetyj wih samplcion. What Bill Allegs
other character in the piece shall have I V KK I A traveler says that Christians in Mo-: The bill sets forth many Irregulari-
been forgotten.-JainesL. Fordin Hailr rocco look with suspicion on the ties of the titles of the property owned
Super's Weekly. shrines of Mohammedan saints in that Celar Key. The claim is base.
Country He tells the following story: upon a patent granted by the United
MODERN CITY LIFE. I "OKce upon a tity e a boy was trave: Sate gosnmet as far beck as 185a3.
... --A ea.,he...o. ,, r Iat woik w.hi, nn druiht nrovnted a hl-r, o,, p,,r.on P- a bo trvehi i. O Thomas H. Parsomn, on awht was

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Tbhe older the prospective. n''o-r 1.
the more difficult the or 'r"-a !
which she must pass befi r- -
ewces the gkiry of the maeraan s&ts,
This was true before

was Ihroduced, but now tjnR;S! o.
dencain the shape of count!h--s m "h.,,
of advanced years who hv- u-. i.
with entire success forces us to ;.ac;
refute the integrity of this Sti- .t-
Old or young, the result is the same.
It is simply indispensable d,.nn"g tht
parturient state, and absolutely uing.
able at the crucial time.
For external massage, easy d
simple to apply, wonderful in its effect.
t surely is a living monument to the
trath of that old adage. What's hl a
name ?" We reply. "simply Mother's
Friend." $1.00. at all druggists. sead
for book, "Motmrhood." Itisfreb.

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For *afe.
FOR SALE-One fine dLamond pin.
One solid, double case gold watch,
with stop movement. Apply to W. R.
Meriwether, 112 S. Tarragona St.
AUTO-On run tour months. Good
as new. Finest bargain in second-
hand macMne ever offered. See Dr.
Phillips, Room 4, 7% Palafox. 2auglm*
FOR SALE-A well established, good
paying furniture business for sale. A
fine selected stock and frst-class busl-
ness in every sense of the word. Will
sell with or without accounts to suit
purchaser. A fine store In a good lo-
cation and an opportunity that does
not often present itself to a party
wishing to engage in the furniture
business. Reasons for selling owner
wishes to leave the city. Address
Furniture, P. O. Box 181, Pensacola,
Fla. Any other Information furnish-

S-room house, corner lot. Rents
$5.00 per moth ............$425.00
3-room (bay window) good re-
pair, abstract ...... ...... $6525.00
4-room on B. Chase St., rents
$11.00 per month ..........$1100.00
Vacant Lots In any locality.
Mney to Loan in large or small
amounts at market rates.
Fire and Life Insuranee Agents



4 room house, rents $7.00........
2 bonuses rating $10.00.........
Neat cottage, near Palaito......


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


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ed with pleasure. aug 4 TRUNKS, DRB8S WUIT CASES, VA-
FOR SAL&, OR R, NT-rw modlera. US'AS AND GRPS, all thoroughly
two-story re dence, .. rand promptly repaired, at F. B. Bruc, '
f.eod Eat Hill. near cars.A. C.e. B b r'pair shop. Send th down.
ley. Thiesen building. n6ugl w* i.w
PIANO TUNING-Am prepared to do
FOR SAIM OR RENT-N-ew 7-roomi tuning and repairing. Guarantee
house at Goulding; large yard. 'stisfaction. 17 years experience. J.
thade trees, near railroad, fifty feet Cnrad Scott 244 B Gregory. 28jullm*

204/1 S. Palafox, Fisher Buildlng

Money to Loaon.
DO YOU WANT to borrow money in
amounts from $500.00 up? We hav.
$10,000.00 to lqan at 7 and 8 per cent.
interest. Those. C. Watson & Co. anug
MUU.NN6 A'u i'iJ-U--a good retu a
Ito ew e, or od UsUatera.,
b -w rase e e J.L &, Brooa.w
later building i
WONST WMANED o m. ay saa g
OWNto pesoaE l property. payami
*WKly or eMathy. Whea yo *eed
-m- af Ias J. A. Wsaso UZs WI

216 Somth Pfte*Rs Sredt, Pemula, Fntba. E| well and outhouses. A good bargain. -- AL U -d 5
I9 Apply to postmaster, Goulding, Fla. RNGULAMAIL LN -G..oro.od cStro..
AI aaln ance for traveling public. Daily ser
vice each way. Prom Chipley to Day. MONat I60ANAD
WANi L pLr Ka tM WI hFO SAe --Upright Kimball Pianv ead. Addren J. M. Tatgle, Ch ey, .m sU f3
IANT -WBL --.- I'ffor sale 't"cheap. Apply 1304 W. Gov- 24mc bNo wln & O.
SA\Tp-R~ms with or witt 'ACTIVB LADY WAT)eo--hCner eTnt 4auglm" __REAL m iTATl ats o,,e--,-MNY WAN ,
.Nor-th or Eat Hill. Ad-, ty to demomntrate and disphy sam- FO lR SAIi-,, the germas of ffevr- Rrty. buA a a t MON LOAN
.r,,.. (.'re Journal. ulaug pes. SIary $12 werely. No citlapl yKll t rms oer- buy the "-daOnd a4t we winl wgng p-r Or
te rret, r- ii RmU.,,re J.rnal.,.l,.pl$. _l a orauer a barrel of slack lime to-day. angud your house Os laT time mm. Tr m ~ *ay. J. W

-rbPtwy bSUding

on gooe rt :
ea- memL n

on all kands of pert
oa short notfe,
. Ballard. uewtait

,p !e.. m n -qur,-. ver % -.,]boneP 367.'_.o_._ ,P..--MS =_* ._ .
A\Il)Tn yT borsessdbChest at, Philsblpst Pa.*
---'------t-- 7M < ^t obt.tLL, 1r18 ,hone 367. 4auslm -set D. Bal WlEu Ce wa 28% zso.th Plttex SL, Phono 1144

i'ANT m-T buy; P ha balance aug 9 andl2 yrj SALE-A quarter block In -New TnRDWIN-'3IL T ,a.T Snov
A dress P. X, Care Joural. WANTED AT ONCS-Sx carpenters CAY, coCalaltg loets, with large GClts dohiu lisned pieg UKU$IThm STMEAstOf mafy j4 as
,c8i .aot 35 cents per thor and ten brick- oak trees on same, very conveniently r6e1 *verameort uSt.Pe. No La, a ~ tea to o o m erina oparety
layers at S0 Cats per hour. Building located to car line, g. a.d a West OeM t ft. PsaI sa.p ea rates to kbusss Co ma Sa
and^^ ^ W Ir Ide~a 15a. Tb. New bb La Co., 804
GO o dn 14 8. Tarragona St., be No. 45, Navy Yard. W. C. Kelly, upt. IiA and situated in excellent neigh- ath P"lL.l.
zwetefl Garden and RomnI St., an alagw biood. To a quick ufhrAser will oF R ON DOLtAR AND IT a .
ee..ar. d r sols re- Sll cheap. Addrs P. O. Box 526,1 CnwT per bead, we wlw haul 'M PaSa
hae :our umbrell.. as and arals .. WANTE- at girl at once for City. laug2w ea"W hOreWS, Cow.S. O orders Aeav
paired Xurk neatly done while you ener ousework. Apply 318 West an wa hiat teiveaeia. Her 42 -. PALAFOX ST.
:" A' work guaranteed. J. C. Eclmont stree py 3ugs rOR SAIAt-Beautiful block in New 8g g s I~Ne re" LTOLOAn ON DIAMOMrM
oin Pr .ip 4auglw I City. Tract No.312. For cash $600. 1 w, Chaas Riags ad alo ktndo
YOUNG MAN with a horse or bicycle Apply to A. M. McMUllan, Court Hou a. AIM AKlR. 7 ts t er N erity at lowest Ites
WANTE.D-Potion. as planing mill can ad pe -soent position wi th la J. asPORTBR, r tma71 em later est a re
lo,.nman in yellow pine mill; 14 The JoraL Apply at coem to ircu- Pa tree.. Ords take
-' experience. gilt edge refer- lation manager. 00TO TRTON or a s a Ilas. tent awa cap tools ad hoes to loan in amounts of
nle- n,,w employed as foreman one Came ..n s an. Usa.e &t er e Prdess reonab, 1)8 3g11Io t $00.o00 and p aut7andts
h Ilarge-st planing mills in Ala-, soli b. T aply L. K ect and ao eaine. se ste p- pr cet. Interest Thos. C. Watson
ama. b1u want to get back to Florida. A yt.. Apply L. _K M Ro graph he wse s th 3 y 1r d cT & Co., Wago
A aire~s Planing Mill. Care Pensacola m n and Pl*to ts. pta" 11 FO RENT Q .
' urnal. 4augt PINE STAVES AND HEADINGS t FOR l ot -N T Wm. Johnson Home -_ --
WANTED.-Agents in different coun sale. Standard sies. Prompt ship o North P 10 rooms, steam
ROOMERS WANTED at No. 17 West ties in Florida to handle Alpine Safe amt. T. J. Whitted, Bonifay, Fla. eat all modern comveences, large W
LaRua Street, city. 2aug0wand Lock Co.'s Fre sa Ba lar Prono 22Jlyklm yard, mot deollal e residence In the .n t CKILNER
(ISafes and Vaul Pixta a evr R S CHfAP-M vr. Cit be ir a term of three- o, *R w ,Vy
WA.NTI -TO buy an exra good description.L Wrta me r terms. . SALE CH ... fe -CanbI fr Aalt B. o ht e r Journal.t P ALIST
. . . .c o w i n P e u s a c o I 2 o r i n S A M & S ca.. "i t X a r a mr "aa .! F l o r o d B e r ak shih e r d to a r D u k e 3 f -. A p p- . .....,"e Ju 4rl 1 E a rANT R A
0i.. cow In Pensaco. or i Satar nl. Y orAa, No. 682. Also e ee NOSbE AND THROAT
I- c~!ftY, n hes, for cash. Ad-ida State 4Met. june. Ploida, No. 9-.,.2. Alg, 5 -5 A@ IA. TO.
S county, eap. At young pigs. 1 sli- mots.ed boar, all am" 0 ?'/It 0o. Palox Sto
u. W. Soule, Mary Esther. Santa Ay Inatelligent peas m er a-rrnterd ri e and transferred. Carl 8e -O INT rine ,ornrO."eu o ts to i s"a- a to se.
sa CouLy, Fla. 21jlylu* gmd income correpodatgtor ews~ terlind. Chipley, Fla. 18" Hayn andBelmont streets. 1pply
,p e m; a cva ts;i n Ch.. y... .. "W. S. Garield. 12Jui TTI CAMPB&LL,
VWAN, T1D--Any girl in need of friend- unnecs-ry. Sed f" r ecij. WALL TINTS by experts; results MR RENT-4At-emW lhtue on Big ATI O CAMPBBLL
stfp, hblp, advice, etc., will tad,Northera Pre ys yamkgt, I po"rt guarnteed. Farchild and Rice Phone Bayou; furnished for the summer; AttonyatL,,aw,
read: aud willing assistance by ap- N. Y. 1Julemm 8 12julylm ao water front; large yard, shade J,, 0 Thieen Building.
o iy'r : :;he Matron of the Salvation' ... FOR SALE.-Two pair eatma fne trees, wide veranda, servants' quar- -
An Rescue Home, 33rd St. and av- young mules, sound and In good ters, excellent neighborhood, near car
t E. B:rmlagham, Ala. dhJ Fror O condition. Also one 24torse Stude'line. Will rent cheap. Address 497, T H P iALEY,
I baker wgon..W. S. Oarfeld. 4Juae care Journal. SOJl LAW. RtAL BaTATE, _LOANS AND

V ANTED.-The Merchants Transfer FOR SALE-BeauUtll new ynSln -, ALB-o b Choice block an top IRo
Cl wants your moving and aling. First cost $85.00. Very Ceap. 12 I ore ridU at of the eetr, i
A brakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor., Eat Government St. Sauglw ra-- between 7th and 8th streets
-en, Prop. Phone 976. iiunelm.n
SProp Phoe 97.FOR ALm-3 Barber Ci for .ale. Naure hs favored tbhs s e and It
SANTELTo b.uy for cash. a few o0 8. palafto 8t. lslt eaoot be duplcated. A. V. Clubb. a
sha m e Amer:can National Bank FOR SAL--A Willams Typewritsr, C'IC MrKj WEA apredsas e th
. ok btate price. Address J. LJ.. nJ, rst-cla codlton. Pri $30.00. m' c ses' to Sp
re Jjurual. 13june2m* Te Fisher Rwel Ertate ASac 61m. a ims ago, Pk .- e" Ul RtFOR
SANTED-Your electric work at all FOR BAIJL-Boith ha'f block 211. Or t SAl~ -At a marl* futLittu IaR
kmiur Let uL clean your fas, re- frotng 400 feet on 13th street, by tore, stok and accoaus. Cl at 438
>a:r your dynamo, do your wiring. etc. 137% ftet on Bay Vew Park; also 233.14 IntendeeWdl. l FrO
'houue 5U0. Pensacola Electric Coo,o!. hat of block 212, fronting 400 .jLSAL.U-1-ioa m ho4u 1 ier
:orner Intendeucia and Bay2eae reets. feet on 14th St., by 127 tfet on Bay I1lo, blocks from Pala. t lot Bit
iaunelm. View Park. The only property adjoin- 12 as car 1. For uaarrtl a toa M
S SO & CO reev i- ug Bay View Par- tThat S now for, qWr of SItanurd Cloth 0~ O
C, ORASO & CO. received another sale. The bea"uti l View down thea J LJa.
sipment oef iuporaed pure olive oil, bayou and down the bly can never be f SA-- Beod-and cash r" 1- --
t. t retailed in gallons. half gallos obstru~ ed. A. V. Clubbs. 30Jy ter oi perfect coadltia. Wtil 1l
i:,' quarts. r In pfto i n. W e
quFa.R SALB.-1 am Florida State Agent I cash or or time A real bargain. Can
\\ ANTED-The people of Pensacola for Fire and Burglar Proof Sates and e s en at James McHugIh's mcA FOR
t c e- worry ing. Le. The Journal Vauk Fixtures of all descriptions DO YOU want to buy or sell aythlU el<
\ n" A~ fSoilvthe problem tor yo. assntactured by Alpine Safe ant A Uttle want ad will bring wa frone
ITe.? are expe-: detectives, and can Lock Company of Cl~Banett, Ohio. relsa. The ct is too lAlstebme Pala
tnd :he man you ae looking for it Communi"ate with me tor prices and 1o deay.
!e is included ia the 2,ut00 or 30."00 terms before buying elsewhere. Scar- R-RBO
;,eople wi.a makes the population o ritt Mores P.nssola, F. ea
Se'nsa 1l3. 28Ise. tEa. ub'ag
V ANTUD-Hau..ng and trea nr TH W. -T HU& _.WOOD_ L t GiT AND CORN MZAL MILLU e
work Oe. pho.n- 3. S.d. S SupPy you wit ha" ob-., -L w ,O ALZ & 0 r P
', e -0. Acosta & Whit. Oaikt wood., ls t J W O1b kot, or E or m autactre ...
o. k 2n22X kdlng11. 16 Ring Peo" 1" C. I. CHOICE MEAL AND PURE ROUNO n
Slh W mais, .proprierw Oa St., C*TOOCK PIE Ads
SAN ED--Orere S'. t orjuag ^ Ja_ SmaylA may yr mema and stock fead from SkAt
spec l Pensacola and Panama Cal FOR SA LA-lre b cea hte home manufacurer, m 3
E:-i r. which will shortlif r sweet mik, 6 obuttermilkde- home, 11du1try. 6e0rihute as %ao
tta inta br-If-tone pictures of city livered at tsay te y.il ad lae t s u
-A asd special scees. 1 o ta E. Belmot street. Ptne 07. 7Jlylm* eiy.
ftve o-ders at Journal ooe.
NT .TID--aecond -sand Coar --

A-. cotto seed mea lack0. 0ut e
":.r biphaenta olited. Write s i
r m Uellea & 00 2 re" .
& B INGHAL Kwaste vour 1Ww
tLI Laullag. Hie guaute break--
-' Pr.one 63.
'-.c Articles, Jewelry and aWy eat
-..t A.-tci wanted. We pay oCa
Si Address P. 0. Boo 35. Cwy.

,ic..an.: ad rowu belme n W
(ca-eful attestls. D. UHae W&
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-monrsndum book or pocket
S' Rard tor return to W. C.
E'canbia Rtealty Co.'s. "ad
of 15. name Alfred OW-
SI*Ha, mall scar oa chl. C
Jul It P'ul 14. pemnably er Be-
," ?' wr, k. Notify MKN LBla
Q'S e B berg St, Pe mmoI

For Rent.
715 NeMth eylse ..............*40O
Cottage a Bar o .......... 2.
304 Neth prhg .:......:::. 026IM
Houe uerW PW .id Wkhaf .... 2000
21 W et RmOaa. .............. .M
314 km Cr. .............. 17.10
S106 t ........... i7.50 T
k #eet a m ................ laoo
DwC lnifg *ear tioddarts....... 1250

SRENT--Ofce .rom with show
ndow. Apply at. 34 S. Palatox.

PHONE 559.

SRENT-New flve-room cottage ,-
car line, corner 1~th street and j e M
avenue. Inquire at Turton', Photo At t~ myadCouacelloratLaw
ry. 2Ju 101 at Government Stret.
t RBNT.-Resldence lately o>. nsral Law Practice.
ipied by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W. --
ua street Apply to R. M. Cay., *-- UA I LL
a. Palatox street. Tune; WmW^ LLE,
SRENT-Twenty-room house, cor.' TTOtRNEY-AT-LAW.
r Barracks and Zarragossa street I Ree 500 Thiseeen IId. Phone 74.
able for boarding house. Apply
[rs. M. J. Moreno, 216 East Zrra: W ELSH & SM ITH,
a. 26mf ,m

- .-- .-_
DoerE and Roams.
SRENT-Niebly furnished rooms,
ectrlc light, phone and bath. Large
t room, with bay window. 1) N.
fox, Phone 65, 2 rings. 2auglm*
0M AND BOARD.-Delightful 10.
tioa on bay shore; boating, bath-
and ishtag. Inquire of Mrs. C. C.
nan, at vlsherviUle. 3Jualm.
CTlBS who wa to erai bouses.
Ias or anythj else for tat
r, will ad T Journal want
a great hell
SHOTE---Open alght and day.
iropean plea. Roam light and
a. Transient trade olleoedg. 7j.
South Pala3dt. J S. NicolanS
W 6-IgE.

Fisher Building, 204q, South
PHONE 625.


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Room S Brent Building. Phone, 86.
- .. .

O1 ati No. % S. PalaT o, Blooni
O0 aoB ourl-8:$ to 11 a .. aen
Ste & p. a.
RIeidnce, 10 North Palatfx. Phone
t-4weo Itas. Ooe -Phone S.
Omadapmr-4lsact So calL


There will be a meeting of this
body on the first and third Wednes-
days of each month at 7:30 p. m. All
delegates are requested to be pres-
ent. Z. W. ROBERTS.
W. L. DELAY, President
Pensacola Lodge No. 3, K. of P.
meets every Monday evening at 8:00
o'clock at their Castle Hall, Btomat
Watson bulldlg, corner Palafox and
Garden street Visiting brethren cor
dally welcome t
HORSLEf.. K. of &t A.
Rathbone lodge Nao
30 K. of P., meets every
Trqnrsday evening at 8:04
o'etock in their Catle
bh&%, third Soor. Blouat,
SWtsoa building, south.
Swert corner Pelatoz and
Garden streets VMitlng knight are
ardisay welcotmed-
C. J. Levy . of a L .
Knights of Columbus.
K Meetings of the
Knights of Columbus
me held at their hall,
No. 8 .W t Inteaden-
t a street, en every
MOnday evening at
7:30 o'clock. An in.
vltation Is exteaded

For Steam Division
Trains leave Pensacola for the LAtte
Bayou, Big Bayou, Warrington,
Navy Yard, and Fort
Barrancas at-
7:15am ar at. Barrancas 7:35am
9:50am ar Ft. Barrancas 10:30am
U2:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 1:30pm
3:60pm ar Ft. Barrancas 4:30pm
6:1pan ar Ft. Barrancas 7:00pia
S:10pm ar Fr. Barrancas *8:50pa
*Saturdays only.
Trains leave Fort Barrancas for
Pensacola at-
8:b00m ar Pensacola 3:40pa
11:00am ar Pensacola 11:40am
2:00pnr ar Peascola 2:4Vpa
5:16pm ar Pessacom 5:6Spm
7:00pm ar Pensacola 7:45pm
*9:00pr ar Pensacola 9:45pm

Electric car will leave Pensaco!a
every hour from 6 r. m. to 10 p. a.
inclusive, and Saturday night only at
11 p. m., and leave Bib Bayou for
Pensacola every hour at 7:30, 8:30,
and so on until 10:30 p. m., with the
exception of the first car leaving Pea-
saeola at 6 a. m., which will, on re
turn~i, leave the Blg Bay o at 6:20
a. m., and the 2 p. m. car will leave
Big Bayou at 2:40 p. m.
The above is the week day schedule
which will begin Friday, April 16.
Electric car wlU leave Pendacola at
7, 8, 8:50, 9:50, 10:50, 11:50, a. m. and
102-n i .ct- 9-.KA t.A .K4A c.ge A.ef
AM-UJ V V .W ,U-.V ii iy

to visiting KnightS. 1 D"" S : "" ... A-' ,,, .;, a* .
JO N Bvi. JONE i 9 and 10 p. m., running through to
rJM. FOX, Orand val- the Big Bayou, and immediately re-
EDM. eOXode Grad l turning from Big Bayou to Palmett
. Beach will await arrival of stam
Peaissool Leage M. 4 1. 0. P. train from pensacola and will then
Pensacola Lodge No. 4, L 0. O. P, run to Pensacola ahead of the trata
meets.every Thursday evening at 7:X0 from Fort Barrancas.
at the new hall on Wet GUarie The steam trains will run as at
street. Visiting brethren carda'ly present, but will observe this electriL
invited. T. 0. STINSON, car schedule and w1I work in connee.
B. R. WITKOVWI, Secretary. tion with it
Naomi Lodge m 10, Rebekak "i"
terms meets every Monday night at a. --
3 'clock 1n L Q. 0.T. F. aL v M PgSSANUM. r ad
ting sisters cortlUy Invited to e
preOent. MISS NBITA M. IELLIOT. QImU *lS.lml a.
MISS MAMIE CFRBRMAN. Secretary. wlt .mUW U- Wm
Live Oak Camlp NN 1, W. O. W..
meets in Pytbian Hall 1st and 2.r W. G BARROW, Master.
Wednesday in each month. Visitin FIRST-CLASS PASSINGER AND
sovereigns cordlally lavited. FREIGHT SERVICI
ZSLIU L. BROOK, CleriL -Betwen--
Oak Grove. Lodge No. 4, Woodmen's COLA, CARRABELLE, ST. AN.
Circle. meets every Thursday at 3 p
i. Visiting sovereign cordially ajvit. DREWS, MILLVILLL
ed. MRS.M. B. OLSEN, And all points on St. Andrews Bay,
LILLIE BRANUM Guardian. Carrabelle and Apalaqhicola.
M. E. B. A. No. 81 meets first and Leave Pensacola Sunda. 8:20 p
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. I., for Mobile. Ala.
m., Raflord Hall. No. 10 West Inten Leave Pensacola, Tuesda), 8:30 a
dencia Street. m. for St. Andrews, Millvlk, Ape
A. G IFLL, Pr. Ilacnicola, Carrabelle and intermediate
,.. T,. -W.=NVY. SeC. points.
... For additional itnfrmtlon appY .
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F. M. WILLIAMS, Gen Frt. and Pass. Agt.
CONTRACTOR AND OUiLDER, j ensacola, ia.
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Office, Brosnaham buildlng, next
to Pensacola Business Colloega.
Prompt attention always given
to business. Pansacola, la.
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for Rent..
813 North 7th avefm ...W.... 8.0
211 N-th Avenue ............. 10.00

319'a -South -Palfex,, upr4tart,
multble for elub or Mfce
705 South Palafox.
207 East Government.

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A dvertfiements

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No Man

Enjoys Life More

Makes his livelihood more easily or pleasmatly than the
nan who has a productive farm. He is his own master
and reaps for himself and family the fruits of his in-
dustry. He is free from the worry and geral cares of
business life. l a' in a great measure the city folks de-
pead upoa him for the necessaries of life.

We Have Some

Good Farming Lands

tht are productive and ca be had easy term.

Pensacola Investment Co.
.. IL wummvu. OL L LAMM k
W. 3. 111flq Wnd6- 31 suby
Ja.L IULINK ..fU GM Lea UW. 13UKow t6-
-b deS.w _.

We have $10,000.00 whioh we can loan in amounts frm
$5000.00 up, at 7 and 8 per cent., according to size of loan.

One story dwelling on corner lot on East Hill, rents at
$96.00 per year ........................................$ 600.00
Two dwellings on Lorge corner lot North Hayne street, rent
at $135.00 a yea, ............ ..... ...........$ 750.00
Desirable ,piece of Water Front pr-perty, lot 365 by 160, includ-
ing wharf charter. 1! oir at once .............. ....$8.000.00
Two dwellings on West Zarragossa street, good renters.. ..$1250.00
70 acres ow land near Poweltoa, Fla., convenient to railroad..$ 250.00
20 acres of land with one cottage upon same at Brent's Sta-
tion ................... ...................... .......1200.00
Desirable piece of property with lot 80x100, near Palafox,
street, renting at $800.00 a year. If sold at once ......$6000.00

Special Advertisement
One of the prettiest building lots on desirable corner on North
Hill, with Southern exposure, 187 feet by 150 feet, must
be sold at once .......................................$4000.00

Thos. C. Watson& Co
Cor. Palafox and Garden Strite


Six desirable building lob at

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Open to charter by private p
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Formerly ship's boat for Sp
cruiser Isla de Luzon, one of De
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Has full canopy and is
portable boat in the bay.


PHONES, 358 and 1070.




tas be chartered' by the hour, d
week. Terms, reasonable.
Fishing Tackle and Cooking
ails furnished if desired.

PHONE 204.




FRIDAY, AUG. 11th,
1. O. O. F.
TU steamer City of Tampa has
en chartered and will leave Palafox
harf at 1 p. m., returning at a reas-
usable hour.
Refreshments served.

Walter S. Hooton,
General Dealer in

cydeas Bicyde Sadries

And Fittings.

LM Saftes, Cash Registers, Type
alls, Guns. Pistols Locks and Um-
-nu reprepd.
Awa Mowers. Scissors, Knives,
>ls, hr _peaed.
SMot complete line if keys In the
Ty Hooton's Messenger Service
% Lea a aa hurry to send aeqms.,
PONl 11LM.

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The case of Mayor Cbas. H. Bliss,
who was arrested Monday afternoon
upon a warrant charging him with
having stored dynamite in the house
used by the West Hill fire company,
was called in the police court yester-
day morning, and there were quite a
number of persons present to hear the
The affidavit against the mayor had
been made by John Blrns. who resides'
in the neighborhood of where the dyna-
mite had ben placed.
It was the request of the mayor that
the case be continued, which was
granted by the recorder.
Asthma Sufferers Should Know This.
Foley's Hoy and Tar has cared
many eass of asthma t)at were con-
sidered hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Bues-
olg, 701 W* Third Street, *Davenport,
Iowa, writes: "A vere cold contracted
twelve yers ao was Reglected uatll it
finally grew Into I*thma. The best
medical skill aviiltble could not giv3
me more ma temporary relief. Foley's
Honey ang Tar was e4eommended and
one fifty-cet bottle e ttrely cured me
of asthma which had been growing on
me for twelve years, an I if I had taken
it at the start I would have been
eaved ea of derlng." W. A.
D'Alemmet dreinlt ,and apothecary.


Shirt Tr(

Cured H

A nagging w
that won't draw,
collar button are
a man's morals
But a Shirt t
does more to ra
system and make
moral wreck of 1
the other trouble
The only redo
about a baa' Shir
easy to get rid c
of t. We have
friendly, obedie
Shirts that a man
for the pleasure
they give him.
The new patte
handsome. Con
cream while the
50c, $75c

Why Pay

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Of so0k, t P.1 S laAo, bankrupt. Phoae
Sealed ae st Zel rved ad the
stock wir e la aext t. day .
Cr. F Mablia, teevtr. at M. & O -
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checK No. 29588, of1 te MtiuLiai
ubtles Insurance Company of New York, for
$2.000, being the full claim held by Ei-
ereQ win C. Dansbys ejtatc. proofs having
been forwarded the Company on the
27th of July. 190.5. This policy wab
"" barely two years old.
I cheerfully recommend your good
ife, a furace company to those desiring safe insur-
er a pervrse arce and prompt settlement.
e dra*tbackl to Yours very truly.
and a mellow (Signed.) PAUL DANSBY,
ht Admr. Es. Edwin C. Dansby.
hat de6e-t AIt -
ck his nervous
e a mental and ser-Lor 240 and W 40 feet lot 251, Old
him .tha all pf City-$1000.00 and other conaidera-
s put to ptb ticns.
weemiU ature Progress Club to J. R. Saunders and
rt is thaltit Is I. 1. Covington-E 60 feet of N 147
tf and sam rid feet Arpent lot 41, Old C!ty-$1700.00.
plenty of dcle, W. B. Runyan and C. R. Burgoyne
at, peateeft to Josephine Jores-Lot 24, blk 118,
n 1 1-t0 le East King Tract--$55.00.
be =amfort Irma E. Stmn'er by Guardian to
Naval Stores Export Co.-5.88 chala.&
rAS AI in d e od R. R, by 13.15 chairs In depth If
e, llfnt th d fiW corner of Maura Grant. -ess S 130
SToct rsh. feet extending half way back the lot
, 1.* and 90 feet front on R. R. by 400 feet
in depth along N line of Grant--$2500-
an- premises.
Slodia J. and W. E. Snow to Rachael
MI. OYNeal-W 40 feet lot 261, Old City
-41.00 and other cooAnderatlons.
SGeorge A. Vucovich to Joseph Corl-
tfo-Lot 1 and E 10 feet lot 2, in N%
lk 58, Maxent Tract-$1600.00.
S 'los C. Watson to W. D. Caheen-
S-4,t 11 and B lot 1. blk 126, New-
Geo. P. WentB or to Francs L.
Churehil--14 ateret ~ W 17 ft lot
S12 ad all lot 11, blk 11, Belmont Tract
T I. Barriaean and D. Tram
":- l'-.4O Jr., to Penmeook la vetMent CO--l
-Pt NWe t 2 21 B at-mWMt--.s-
des. SS,-Tp 1 8, > $3r..hje^ l
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At Your

This is the )nly opportu-
nity you will have to meet
the representative of the
well-known NEW YORK
house, the

Kahn-Feinberg Co.,
who wil take your measure
Fal and Winter Clohes.
'His line s the most com-
plete that will be shown
here this season, containing
-ull length patterns of all
the latest and up-to-date
novelties. Ask to see the
"Alpine Weaves," the new-
est fad among stylish, well-
dresed men. Orders taken
for immediate or future de-
liver. We will guarantee
t# fit and pleose you.
7th2, 28th, 29th.

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SMart Bd

D60netiveneess la
qualky belonging to S
the "Old Reliable."
ortag is first-clas, the
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Could you ask for m
a guarate makes th
store to trade at wh
are a clothing expert
nothing whatever of go
architecture. You wil
praised a: the goodne
summer Suits at $10, 1
$15. Also Summer U
and Hosiery.

John Wh
Outfitter to Men a
205.207 S. Pal
Phone 225

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. -AND fU M ptn, br,, ,Sadrson, 2300. r
Ff-IiI- WhAsWA Unil th PER HUNoRED. NOmref*e to .. A. Merritt A Co
Fe L Whob Wel W ll the i TT. .rt Am E x I
..p.oth ChristIna, Am ,da, AxelLN,
T rit r nri I I I 1 Also a iful lne of Velox 1i Belse to amater.
SKOM .hmHmi Bu |ll 5 1 paper and Kodak ims. Cleared Yesterday.
6 I ESTATE' yo B 40,lo

rial Itl N II Kodak-$1 tO 20. VISSLSN L- ORT. C .

I \ O TEI M..... ,- .1 p l g i i t*lakemoor, Br so. Bruhn 2403, I
IAoD ALTN UG ALL IN Real te Tansfer. ftor tb. week COES UUR l Si:ek to Pensaol, Lumber 0 Co.
I O A I ending August 5th, 1905, furnisbed b 235 S, Pataax St. no Mense, Ger ss, Frederic k-
SIZE, PROVED A FIGHTER L S. eBrewn & Co.: A. .sn New Orleans to the W. S. Keyser T
I ... .R. M. Avery to A. A. Alsaer-W%" 123 robe,I o& -
WHILE IN T4W PHILIPPINES. blk 234, New C Iy-L 60 .$. Cartha, Br is, Johnson, 541, Ha.M
SJ. F. Bray to C. R. Ide -NW% -ana to Export Lumber Co.
/irJ F. Bra 6, T C. WS.1e0 VIlIeBr IW tII
of Sec 26 T 3 N, R 3 W $10Dule Br Harrison, 1285, Faro
APred LI, Howe, a young man who F. C. Brent, Trustee t6 Thomas t n to J. A. Merritt & Co.
uch looks as though he was only about Howard-Lots 21 and 22, bit 134, t U Oracia, Span as, Ru a, 2122, Tampai
safe 15 years of age, but who really has King Tract-$100.00 .and other eonald- UU I Gulf Trait Co.
you attained his majority, reached Pen- en tilon. G t ustav Adolph, Swed as, SJoberg,
low sacola yesterday morning. Howe Leslie E. Brooks to D. Hale Wilson Baylen and lt hes bears the distintkon of being the -Lots 11 and 1.3 n Ilk Bast King, Hermie, Aust ss, Hreglich 2614,
ur- mascot of the Twentieth Kansas regi- Belmont Numbering-1-00. a i Tampa to Gulf Transit Com, pany.
T. C. BretTrust e- to M -an Tampa to Gulf Transit Com
our m ent, of which General Punston was 'F. C. Brent, Trustee, to McDavid- w ss ru gl r n Homewood, Br as, Jorgensen. 263,
and commanding officer, and while with Hyer-Blk88, West King Tract, except MEATS AND VEGETABLES, POUL 'Pomaron to oro'er.
ear that cofnmand was wounded in a num- lots 1, 2, 3, 15, 16 and 17-$1.00 and TRY AND GAME I' SEASON Nokomis, Am sch, Sperry, 245 Car-
ber of battles in the Philippines. other considerations. TeR ANDc GAME. ir O.o. aouas to orders. 1 '
SFromm one of the wounds his speech Agnes E. Baker *to MHa Balker- FRs DELIVERY" PeaRacola Am ss O'Learv 1086
I and hearing has become defective. Lots 24 and 25, blk 15, Beloot Tract FREew Orlea .e Gula Tras, it Co. |
land he makes a livelihood by selling $1s.00. Orleans to Gulf Transit Co.order
rand he makes a livelihood by selling -1.00. T PHIL JONES, MANAGER Queenswood, Br as, Neville. 1694, )
,n ews papers and poetry, the latter of J. E. Cook to E rnea D1ey-20. PHONE 895. Philadelphia to Pensacola Lumber Co.
S'hasown cpmpos ition. acres of lot 3, Sec 36, Tp 8, S, R 30 W. _____ opera. Itl s, Gustavino, Baitl-1
When lh reached hre yesterday -M200 00. more to Gulf Transit Co. '
S morning he proceeded to Fort Barran- J T. Chavers to J. A. Glmore-.. Telesfora, San a Bengoa 291"
cas, where present he presented his credeu, o SBE% of NW% Sec. 10, Tp T N R |RPENTINE TIL Iverpool u. a lSa r Co.
tials to the post commander. He Z1. W.-$200.00. UR IP/ INP -TILLS0 Vsilal a, B cola M rtber Co.0
ears the fatique uniform of the army. Aaron W. Churchil to lFralcs L. A~n -nA- I Norfolk to F. O. Howe Co, 14,
SHe expects toremain here for two or Churchill-Lot 11 and W 17 fet lot 12, McM llaHn DrOS. Co. .
ihree QAys. and will probably be join- hlk 11, Belmont Tract-$1.00, love and M r ,
e by his wife, whom he married after affection. s Hudson, Nor bk, Knud.en, 771, Lon-
Srecovering from his last injury. Mrs. C.H. Edgar to Benjamin Hilton- MOBILE, ALABAMA. dor bk Mller, 4 Rio
and nursed her husband in the hos- Belmont No.-1.00 and or con- TJaneiro to Southern States Lumber
S pital when hee was wounded. Speak- siderations. A h
i ing of himself to a Journal reporter Executors of Wen. Fisher to W.L. M A Thoat mu s cbk, Garro ', to C.
last night, Howe said: Morgan-Lots 32 to 43, subdilvisat of Caleo.
"When we started into our first bat- N 7.74 rcres in NW corner See 18, Tp eaoon rs,
tie, I did not have any rifle and I 2 S, R 30 W-$945.00. e Hjalmar, Am sch, Axelsen, 5Key
could na do any fighting at firstJ.But J. W. Hyer to F.'M. WhMtfg-Blk N l S s M West to Gulf Transit Co.
about two hburs later a private by the West King Tract-$1.00 and other M. Savannah, Ga.. Aug. 8-The naval Jennie S. Hall, Am sch, Watts, 388,
parties name of Wilcox exposed his body and siderattons. stores taarket closed to-day as ol- Boston to order.
other was ridtoled with bullets. I stayed be- Shadrack Holmes to Edward Sum. lows: Lassel, Am sch, Reynolds, 1225, Bal-
hind until the boys were a little in day-Lot 3, blk 1, West King Tract- WW ........................$5 10 timore to master.
advance and then took all his be- $ .000. WG ......................... 4 75 Nelson M. Atwood Am sch, Watt
longings. Beesle C. and A. E. Hinman to N ........................... 4 40 653, New York to order.
"I forgot my cooking utensils and Katherine C. Lee-SWU of SE Sea M ........................... 4 25 Shlps.
ran towards the front, and when I 2, Tp 5 N; R 31 W, and 4 acres in K ........................... 4 15 Agostne Terriano, Ital ship, Cu-
paish came up with the line the boys wanted corner of SWy% Sec 2, Tp 5 N, R 31 W. .I .......................... 4 12 nera, 1170, Liverpool to master.
wey's to know where I got my equipment. I --200.00. H ...........................4 10
told them Wilcox gave them to me, Know!es Hyer to Francls JernganG ...........................4 05 Mothers lose their dread for "that
and that he died right afterwards. --E 45 feet lots F to 10, in blk 35, East T ............................ 3 95 terrible second summer" when they,
Then I fired my first shot in battle King Tract-$900.00. E ...................$3 50 to 3 55 have Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild P
and it was my Ihst one in this battle. Jacob Krygo- to W. L. Morgan- D ........................... 3 35 Strawberry in the house. Nature's
too. tor immediately afterwards the Lots 5 and (, blk 84Dalas Tract- C ........................... 3 35 specific for summer complaints of 2
com bugle blew, and I thought it was the $200. Spirits Turpentine, 60 cents, every sort.
charge. I Jumped out of the trenches J. R. Lee by Commissioner to Besse .rsitll
ana' started for the niggers, but had C. Hinman-NE% of NW%, Sec, 2, NOTICE.
only got started good when I received Tp 5 N, R 31 W--200.00. WILL INTEREST MANY. Notice is hereby given that the office
a llet in my left leg. W. C., J. B. and Kirk Monroe and Every person should know that good of "General Manager" of the Nicholsoni
"In other battles and skirmishes 1 Annie M. and W. S. Hall to P. G. Caro health is impossible ifthe kidneys are Lumber and Stave Company, has beeh
NER. received twelve other wounds. And Lot 19. blk 59, New Ofty,-1.00. deranged. Foleyv's Kidney Cure will abolished, pursuant to action taken
TAIN. when my company was ordered home; R Mars to L. K. Irwin-% lnter- cure kidney and bladder disease in uy the Board f Directors, and that
I stant d with Company C, ninth in- t in SC 21, '1 5 N, R 31 W.-$1.00 every form, and wik. build up and Mf-. Wm. T. Reager, heretofore holding
fantr, and was at the battle o Pekin. aId premises. strengthen these organs so they wil' 3id office, is no longer the general,
where I received the wound which Louise and C. K. O'Neal to Rachael perform their funotloos properly. No manager of thi4 company.
came near killing me and left me deal O'Neal-W 40 ft lot 251, Old City- danger of Bright's disease or diabetes NICHOLSON LUMBER & STAVE CO.
in one ear and unable to speak above $1.00 and other 'onsideratlos. if Foley's Kidney Cure is taken in 9aug5t By J. M. SETTLE, Sec'y.
a whisper. Rachael I. O'Neal to William S. Key. time.
"I returned to the island with my MRS. GEORGE J. GOULD
company and' was with It when it was -- -O--- UL
N 1 surprised at breakfast one morning ICE CREAM SUPPER. PAINFULLY INJURED.
I I and all but seven were massacred. I tT- a I The young people of the East End
went to the hospital and stayed there ** Eaptist Church will give an Ice Cream By Associated Press
until March, 1904. when I was sent IV *Ll sui-peC. Wednesday, Auust 9, corner, Dieppe. France. Aug. 8.-While
somewhere. Upon my arrival there, I of Aragon street and 10th avenue. Ice George J. Gould. accompanied by Mrs.,
found my people had moved away and cream, cake. l'-monade, soda water,! Gruld, were returning yesterday from
AND had left no word as to their where- Fan mous Scotchand Irsh ctc.. will be serv-ed. 8aug2t Saint Valeric C-nix. his motor car
about. I have been to many cities skidded. Mrs. Gould was thrown out,
looking for them and intend to keepp bruising her leg. but not seriously.j
ul. the search as long as I can. I will W HISl K IF TWO WILL GO O THE The car pursued a wild course, with
ay orfind them if they are alive." W vASYLUM THIS MORNING. Mr. Gould clinging to it. down a steep
-1-- Incline, but was finally stopped by a
Utea- Itching piles? Never irind if every- Mack Murray and Ale"k Moore. both be:1Te. Mr. Gould was not injured.
thing else failed to cure you. Try Are recommended by Analysists and white ren. who were adjudged In.ante,
Doan's Ointment. No failure there. Doctors for their purity and excellence. will lelve Pmna ola thi. morning for REGULAR BAND CONCERT AND
50 cents, at any drug store. ISee that you get :he state insa;:e asyvlnnm. provided the DANCE AT ELECTRIC PARK.
a.ttendanr arril-- for them. THURSDAY NIGHT. PENSACOLA i
S The following New Suits Filed.re l Mitchell's Whiskies th have been in the cour.tv jail MUSICAL AND AMUSEMENT CO.
WH The following new suits were filed 1"teIII S W II M S r sevcrai da;s. pending the arrival
trda In the o e o the clerk oi'and don't be peuod to take anyot an attendant to ecort them to the Simanruba Bark is an old Creole rein-
yesterday in the office of the clerk oi e p to take any asylum o. treatment. edy for Diarrhoea an,l al; bowel dis-
W. F. Crear vs. J. G Jackson, et other, orders, and is a good one. Calals' ----
al., petition; Blount & Blount, attor- Simaruba Bowel Tonic does the work.
neys. 7 Cor's Building, Preesen Row, A L I TII R Is not a strong astringent, contah, s
S Walthen B. Perry vs. heirs of John Lve ool Enland opum or other polsors. Is paltt- C
SI Chebaux, petition; Blount & Blount. VCpOO, nglan. able and effective for children or
S attorneys for plaintiff. Mr. S. Brown. Manager, ac. Sold at White's
Pensacola, Florida,
WAS CONTINUED. I- ; This is to acknowlelge receipt of __,I_

'on Works and Supply Co.
Manautetrers and Repairers of
Prompt attention given to all orders, day or 2ight. Agents
for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dogs, also
Chains of all descriptions.
Office Phone 128. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr.
Residence Phone 1029. P.O. Box 123.

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17 East Garden Street Phone 148.
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" ;, ...........NI meefd f e TITrer flw YoIL

"entnx Carenter- wIll furnish
estimates on building and painting
and give personal attention to work.
932 E. Strong, and 824 EUat LaRa

McKinzie Oertin A& Co., wholesale
and retail ship cbaadlerm and grocers,
the only first-class bhoe of the kind
In Pensacola. Fir pries to all.

Why use laftrior paper, when you
can buy Kelso Bobd, PrtAeh Dimity.
Kara Linen, dr' Crane' Bond at C. V.
Thompson's,; 0 S. Paiftax.


"he p bflc wIll ples ftake ntice
tht I have U pqulrd
esagnrl a A.PgO"t
kre~~~u~Rome te og le
myud "-d Owt my of*
knowim" spa %Q for

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single clause you can object to.
Some companies insert clauses
in their policies not favorable
to the insured. An open book
isn't clearer than every clau:t

Every Policy WeWrite
Anyone can understand them
and they insure or protect a.
they agr,.e to. If we write your
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Penacola, Fla.
peoal Weekly Rates for Table Board.
F. L. BOWEN, Manager.

.merly of Windsor and Aragon Hotels, JackacRle, F:orida.

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lower death rate, lower epem- rate. and higher
It rate O-ha ay company do a bmieans a Florida.
d14 be essy tor you to decide the ns

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