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 13, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Latest Telegraphic News Service-=Foreign ani4

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Canal Employee Believes the Big
Ditch Can Be Completed
In Five Years.

CASES UN-W R. M Special to The Journal Washington. Aug. 12.-Andrew M.
Marianna, An Ieslie, of Monroeviile. Ala., who has
Aug. 12.-Quite a sen- been n the employ of the Paama
--v y# #.##:..m.. station was created In Marianna yes- Canal Commission on the isthmus
Sterday when Marshal Behemer place since November last, is spending; a
Nevw Or:aans, Aug. 12.-The a colored woman named Bertha Spen- portion of his vacation in Washington.
Sto occk er under arrest for murd Th "Up to this time very little has
S**, i is ap o lock cer under arrest for murder. The been done in the matter of solid work
N,' a 105; total cases to woman stoutly denies all knowledge! on the canal," said Mr. Ieslie. "I am
0' :,"' of the affair. employed in the Sewerage. Water and,
I i *.: : today 9; total deaths On Tuesday from what evidence Road Department, and have been right;
.- 142. has been found the woman gave birth a= my post of duty for eight months,
N'w sub-tod, 25; total sub- to a child and following marks etc and have rit been sick a day since
!N leading from Lne house. Mr. Behemer my arrival there from Monroevilie,
'ases unoer treatment 348. became suspicious and caused the wo -Ala. There is cornsderable sickness;
ter to be drawn from the well. While 'there-malarial lever and soMe. yel-i
-- ..- lY,.* .i#l O' f- this was under way the woman visit- low' feve?-in fact. there"Is more than
ed the well and drinking from it sail the average mortality, especially
VANY CASES WERE it was all right but as the work pro- among unacclimated people from thel
DIAGNOSED MALARIA. ceded she became nervous and at- states.
I tempted to throw herself into the "Health conditions on the Isthmus
n Orleans, Aug. 12.-The exer- well. Later when the water was depend in a great measure on a per-
inspectors of the Marine Hoo- dawn of the body of a new born in- son's habits there. You must consider
servicee tI conanctlon with vol- fant was found. The doctors, after well what you eat and drink. I would
reports ot physicians produced examination, found that it had been advise every 'booze fighter' to stay
Screration of new cases number- thrown into the well while alive. away from Panama. I mean the habit-
ir one hundred today of all The coroner' jury held the woman' ul whisky 'rinkers.
S -of fever. The public, how- to answer to the charge of murder 'T confidently believe the Panama
raving reconciled itself to the in the Irst degree. canal can be completed in five years;
X, .na' In of a heavy lst tbr some of course, not with typewriters, but by
Sme was undismayed by tbe d' am digging under energetic contractors
ar h e health authoritie W an IiT Jd skillful engineering. The work
,airi for coaeral over the of hbaldiha that canal is not near such
vi. ,. r lay ON- '- se a w iII~.h ft &A e saub-ralft -o
.' nsider the ituation A lU I AN- Ne' T tuni-ielng throu^a
" miles of solid granite, as has bwe
Sa 'ta not all the cases done through the Rocky mountains-
emirac.: ..ai ti.als given by New York. Aug. 12. r twenty- for transcontinental railroad."
ih, au;ho::: '- ar, actually cases of Mr. Leslie is of the opinion that
Silow fei ,: E t ar the eergency four hours the Hamburg-American a polley of ,sbdividing the forty.
.otp:a:. w w.ih ihe worst eases go dner Graf Waldersee drifted at the seven miles-the distance from ocean
::i-s of (hem iaha, been diagnosed mercy of a hurricane which struck her to ocean-into that many contracts
ira a-ts or a fornm f typhoid. The during the trans-Atlantic voyage which and letting them out to one or more
.ra: authorities consider it nfinite- contractors would undoubtedly hasten
w tr that many cases of malaria the steabhip finished Friday in safe- the day of a final completion of the
'tai; te erroneously reported as yel- ty. On arrival at her pier only two canal. This. of course, being under
jhu fever :!,an that a single case of hours late. the passengers held a re the supervision of the government, as
.t:.ow ,.vr should escape report, for cepton to thank Captain A. Krech for. i: now stands. Under a concentrated,
rr. -'-bh cass improperly handled is bringing them safely through the well-directed management he sees no
I sproal infection through a greatest storm experienced in the reason why an isthmian canal cannot
ni ghho:-h (, history of the Graf Waldersee and be completed in five or eight years.
ni'.s appeal to the physicians, probably one of the worst ever faced
S. r::iarktd -fft today and the b- an Atlantic liner. MRS BULAII R
r of doc, or who visited the The storm began on the morning of MK ULL
S''- l;ospital offices to make re- August 2. A few hours later waves
: ase, was larger than at any were rolling over the ship, all passen- I R
since the fever made its appear- gers were locked beneath decks, and IS IMPROVING
S, bags of oil were poured over the ship's
-e work under the direction of sides for thirty-six hours as a protec-
~aie and Ievee Bard is suffering. tion. During twenty-four hours the
.. is the sizasn of greatest activity I aves rn so high that the steering YOUNG WOMAN WHO SOT HER-
-ee building due to the necessity gear of the liner was inadequate to SELF SUNDAY HAS CHANCE
,::uing all levees in shape before keep her in her course, and the ship
a-wa'r. l.u, the state engineers practically drifted with the storm. OF RECOVERY.
c, -'i bo;,ed up here and unable Some lifeboats and deck superstruc-
n to points where work is in tures were carried overboard by the
*:-ss owing to quarantines Un- waves. At the height of the storm a Mrs. Annie Bullard, the young wo-
h- re is a modificat ion of the baby was born in the steerage and man who shot herself last Sunday at
-"::1in1s in their interest a con- named after the ship. the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
S. -s':e setback will be given to re- oe o er parents r
a:.1 reconstruction work S. G. Story, was reported yesterday
A Scaf. a reporter on the NEW BATTLES IP as being somewhat improved, and it
S* i a victim of the disease today. W is expected that unless complications
::trs,' his wife through an at-, arise she may recover.
S o :ow fever. I KANSAS LAUNCHED Mrs. Bullard during the past few
fig;;rs today speak for them- days has been resting very easy, and
Itwas a record day all' in fact much better than was to have
".::... Tht only feature of the re-i been expected, considering the nature
.a' can be take as encourag- By Aociat Press. of the wound.
"'' ~r r few cases above Canal When the lady first shot herself it
r t l.r Perkins. chief of the Philadelphia, Aug. 12.-The battle- was not thought there was any possi-
C < ,f medical inspectors reported ship Kansas, the largest war vessel! ble chance for her recovery, but with
S "'.e of the new cases. These ever built in the east, was launched careful attention she has shown some
a' among a large batch which to-day at Camden, N. J. The launch- improvement during the past few
0.' .. reported as suspicious and ing was witnessed by Governor Hoch. days.
S:rvestiarted today. of Kansas, whose daughter was spon-
'--an Surgeon Berry who was sor for the ship. The vessel was
w; h fever night before last christened with war from John W IFE OF SENATOR
S ...: as doing well. News from Brown's spring, in sItas. instead' of
S city contains nothing the traditional bottle of champagne. HURT IN M aNII A
Ftp. c in

Negro Shot By Pose.
n a I Tb Monroe. IA., Aug. 12.-"Bod" Jones.!
LI S AK S negro brakeman on the Iron Moun- By Associated Pro,
tain Railroad, who assaulted Conduc- Manila. P. I., Aug. 13.-Mrs. pu-
IW N BY S O tor Haddon, of that road Wednesday,, bos. wife of Senator Dubols, of Idaho,
WON BY SISSON was shot and dangerously wounded is resting easy this Sunday) morn-
last night at 12 o'clock by a posse' ing. She was thrown from a carriage
That had been searching for the negro and rendered unconscious.
-,,a Aug. 12-The great Re- since the assault. Jones was located
r, nft- thousand dollars in a house near the Planters' Oil Mill, THE NATIONAL RECORD
'r olds one mile and a; and was shot whUe attempting to FOR GIANT GOOSEBERRIES.
'- won by Sisson by 1 to 4 i make his escape. It is said he fred!
:r. with Oissua second and on the posse as he ran from the house. Denver, Colo., Au,. 12.-The lary
S bird. Time 2:07. His chances of recovery are smalL est gooseberries ever grow n n olo-


Famous Automobile Racer

Badly Injured at Cleveland

r By Aeociated Pre. left leg was reduced to a pulp and had
-. n Aug. 12.-While wamtng to be amputated. was oterw
L :'he automobile races today, cut ad bruised. The car look it
:ser. one of the most famoMs and was dest0eetd.
".e races in the country, real Kissr r, t tryta pleeket amothr
ace and was hurled ftrm the car lost toolrdtl a -e-e -sa
s trikg against a Po=t. aU was ao do a"the -me.

rado and, so far as is known, any-
where in the country, are on exhibi-
tion in the State board of horticul-
ture in this city. They measure in
circumfereEce three and one forth
inches, while the measurementsround
the poles is an even four inches. They
were grown by a truck gardener
within the city limits of Deaver.
STh national record for miss in
poseberrles has heretofore been held
by a eastern man who exhibited be-
rtes at-the St. L is exponion meo
ta thMee by t hrme ad e o half

Situation More lapeM aClonse
of Conference at Por-
mouth last liat L


Handed to Japanese Bylm Witte
at Morning Sessi





By Associated Press.
Portsmouth, Aug. 12.-The official
announcement that there will be a
conference tomorrow makes the sit-
ration much more hopeful than it
looked earlier in the day, when it was
persistently reported there was no
bepe of agreement.
Portsmouth, Aug. 12.--The peace
conference adjourned for the day at
7 o'clock this evening and both the
Russian and Japanese plentipotentia-'
ries went at once to thelWentworth
house in automobiles. M. Witte ana
Ambassador Rosen preccnal the Jap-
anese suite.
M. Korostesev, on behe of tB
plenipotentiaries, issued t follow*
ing official statement rea-r ag the
afternoon ew9sin:
"The JIpafil teqpot mtlrea
4avli studied the Re ',rflan w 1-o
t i Ucn-ition3, t e = =alftdene spew
ed at 3 o'clock this afternoon to pro-
ceed with the discussion of the artil
cles. The session finished at 7
o clock. Tomorrow being Sunday,
tsere will be no session until 3 o'clock
in the afternoon.




First Anniverciry of Heir to Rus-
sian Throne Made a Gala

By Associated Press
St. Petersburg, Aug. 12.-The first
anniversary of Grand Duke Alexis,
heir to the Russian throne, was cele-
brated in a festive manner throughout'
Russia to-day. In St. Petersburg
troops paraded to the music of a tri-
umphant march written in honor of
the birth of the Czarevitch. Banners
were flying in all the streets and the
capital is brilliantly illuminated to-
All government offices except the
foreign office closed to-day and the
ministers of state and heads of de-
paramental and- all persons whose
rank entitled them to admission to
the court went to Peterhof to offer
felicitations to the emperor and em-
press and participate in the special
natal mass.




S. H. White and Sydney Kahn
Placed Under Arrest Yes-
trdtav Aftmnnn

Portsmouth, Aug. 12.-The meeting 1WEUI IWIIU*UI.
of the peace conference this morning
was brief. The weather was swelter- Two arrests for a violation of the
Ing and addel much to the discom-
tort of the envoys. cocaine selling ordinance were made
The session lasted a little more than yesterday afternoon, when (S. H.
an hour. The Russian reply was de-. White, druggist for John Sheppard,
l.vered by M. Witte and the meeting and Sydney Kahn, both doing business
adjourned to give Baron Komura and
his colleagues an opportunity to ex- on Palatox street, were taken into
amine the document. custody upon the charge. of selling
M. Witte courteously indicated that cocaine.
he would expect the same expedition Both the druggists will appear Mon-
In the Japanese response as had been day morning before the recorder, hav-
observed in the Russian reply, which ing given bond for their appearance
was readily assented to, after which at that time.
the envoys immediately repaired to For some months the lower class of
luncheon in the building., women in Pensacola have been using
The Japanese agreed to make re- cocaine, so the police claim, in large
sponse to the Russian reply at three quantities, and notwithstanding the
(.'clock this afternoon or at the. same city ordinance and the state laws.
hour tomorrow. They have been able to secure it from
The plenipotentiaries resumed the druggists.
session at three o'clock and imme- Recently Marshal Scha,' and his
diately entered into an animated dis- officers began working upon the mat-
cussion. ter, and as a result two arrests were
made. yesterday. Parties went to the
TENNIS FINALS WERE drug stores and it is alleged, purchased
PREVENTED BY RAIN. the drug. returning with it to the po-
S--l:ce station, where warrants were
By Associated Press. made for the arrests.
Atlanta, Au 12-Rain to-day r The city laws are very strict in this
Atlantae Aug.n in the South Atlan- regard, the ordinaane covering the
tic Tennis Tournament same having been passed about one
year since, owing to the fact that
crime was on the increase on account
A A of the use of the drug. The ordinance
B A S E B AL covering the sale of cocaine is as fol-
AuguSt 12 "Be it ordained by the mayor and
council of the City of Pensacola:
"Section 1. That it shall be unlaw-
By Associated Press. fu within the limits of the City of
Pensacola, for any druggist, or other
Southern League, dealer in 'rugs, or merchandise or
Atlanta 2, Birmingham 2, (seven in- any other person, to sell and dispose
n:ngs. rain.) oi the drug, or alkaloid, known as
Memphis 6, IAttle Rock 5. cocaine, or its salts, except upon the
Nashville 9, Montgomery 0, (first written prescription of a duly licensed
game.) physician, which said prescription
Nashville 12, Montgomery 0, (second shall not be filled but once. Nothing,
game.) herein shall apply to manufactiire'.s.
New Orleans 3, Shreveport 0, (first, making and selling cocaine at whole-'
game.) sale, or to sales thereof for use by
New Orleans 5, Shrevepcrt 4, (see-' dentists, physicians, hospitals and in-,
ond game.) firmaries. I
"Section 2. 'Any pierson convicted'
American League, of violating this ordinance shall b-
Washington-Cleveland. rain. punished by a fine not exceeding five
Boston-Chicago, rain. hundred dollars, or by imprisonment
New York 2, Detroit 1. not excee.ing sixty days. or by both
Philadelphla 6, St. Louis 4. such fines and imprisonment, in the
Discretion of the judge of the police
S court."

National League.
St. Louis 0, New York 2..
Chicago 2, Brooklyn 10.
Cineinnati 2, Boston 0.
Pittsburg 8, Philadelphia $.
South Atlantic League.
Columbla 1, Charleston 6.
Jacksorvllle 1, Macon 2, elevens
Slagvms. .
Stvaasmh 3, Augusta 4.

Cludburst Floods stores.
Canton, Mias., Aug. 12.-A cloud-
burst here this afternoon provided
the heaviest rAilfall for many years.
Six Inches of rain fell in an hour.
All low places in the town are over-
fowed, and water is running into sev-
eral store in Depot -treet. It is be-
lieved that great mage will result
to eromps

Whose Trial for the Murder of John
White and Edwin Dansby Com-
mences Tomorrow.



By Associated Press.
Toklo, Aug. 12.-The Russian cruj-
er Pallada, which was sunk at Port
Arthur, was refloated this morning

By Associated Press
St. Paul, Aug. 12.-It is learned here
that negotiations are pending be-
tween the Western Union Telegraph
Company and the Federal government
to put troops about the telegraph sta-
tions in Montana where ft is reported
strikers have capCred the telegraph


Sheriff and His Deputies Scouring
the County for Witnesses
and Jurors.


And Regular Jury Will Report In
Court Monday Morning.


Preparations for the commencement
of the trial of William F. Williams
were in progress yesterday. The
sheriff and several of his deputies
ready to comnmence the examination
ct witnesses.
During the day the mother and sis-
ter of Williamni visited him at the
county pail. where they remained for
some time in conversation with the
Williams seems to realize more
thoroughly now than at any time the
seriousness of the crime with which
he is charged, although he still ap-

Victims of William Fletcher Willams

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Successfully Defended the Cham-
pionship at Wheaton Links

By Associated Press.
Chicago Golf Club. Wheaton. Ill.,
Aug. 12.-H. Chandler Rgan succes.-
fully defended his title of champion
in the eleventh annual tourney at the
links here to-day, defeating D. E. Saw-
yer, of Wheaton. 6 up, 5 to play, in
the singles.
'lWien the zrert throng surged about
the winner and offered congratulations
on his second victory in the national
event. Mr. Esan blushed like a school
boy. He Intndsa to enter the business
world soon and will confine his golf
play. after coming from the Exmore
annual tourney, to Saturoay after-
noon club matches.
Egan-get the second T. G. A.
n-a.msive gold medal and the Have-
meyer trophy remains with Exmore
for the year.


pears to believe that he will not hang,
but will get a penitentiary sentence.
,Early in the forenoon he took an In-
solvency oath, so that the state will
te compelled to pay the costs anA
per diem of all witnesses which he
may summon. There are a large num-
ber of these, some coming from West-
viJie and other points outside of Bi
eambia county.
It is believed that the attorneys fo
the defense will endeavor to prove
that Williams was insane at the time
that he committed the alleged crime,
The regular jurors and the special
entire from which a jury of twelve
tr.en will be selected to hear the evli
were busily engaged during the day
and night qcotrring the county for
witnesses for both the prosecution
and defense, and summoning the reg.
ular and special jurors, numbering la
all 162.
These parties are scattered all over
the county. There is only one pre-
cinct in 22 in the county which is not
represented on the miear panel and
the special venire, and the work o
the county authorities has to be done
in quick rtmh. a- all are made return-
able Monday mor';ing at 10 o'clock.
The counsel for both the prosege
tion atd the dfeense devoted consld
erbtbleti e yesterday to the case, and
tl:en Bonday arrives they will be
denco <& ile case and render a vw-
diet, area follows, numbering 16.
Regular Jurors.
C. M. Covington, W. J. Ethrixb
H. E. Graham, H. C. Armstroag, *
Price. F. C. Brent, J. T. Taylor, D. M.
Carter, W. P. Broerneon, J. D. Joha

(Continued on Page 4)

lines by cutting wires. If this It ~.
communication in that country
be restored and the operators able
to work with comparative safety iB"'
many isolated places in the west Ad
especially in mining towns whi :*
unions are very strong and where
operator who takes a stri"kers W i'..p
ta hlb Itfe aI his b'la
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0ma 12 dozen Gowns, cambric,. nicelyalrindMdrs 2foet
Ma T~ewrh 5cns

Not One Time, But All the


CONTINUAL offering of Bargains and actual saving of fully 50 per cent. on all reliable mrchandise the entire year.
Buying as we do in large quantities and from first hanis enables us to do this. At d of each season you do
not find this store getting up one of those "RED CLEARANCE SAIES" and promising q give you something for
nothing. It can't be done. Do not be misled. Do ycur trading at The Big Store, where they never advertise a bargain
unless they have it, and where they always refund your money promptly when you want it.










Worth 25. 35 and 40 cents, Special 20 cents.
500 yards f FINE EMBROIDERY, fine finished edges. Some
pieces wi!!l measure fully 10 inches wide, worth 25, 35 and 40 cents,

Special 20 cts.


10, 12 1,2 and 15c.

10 yds. for 65c.
One case Figured Lawns,
very sheer, choice patterns,
colors absolutely fast, worth
10, 12 and 15 cents,
Special 10 yds. for 65c.

Special O at.

.-wr Pmice.

12 dozen E6kirts, Cambric, nicely An- C pieces imon Lawn, very shee:.
Wished, worth 79 cents, at
g ela 49 Cte. 12 Cents.

40 inches long, worth 25 cents, 10 pieces Liaon Lawn, very .heer
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ *

Tailor-made, Lawns, to close out at

L I 'I

Point de Paris Laces I

Worth 10 and 12 1,2 cts., Special 7 cts.

1,000 yards FINE POINT D-! PARIS LACES, some narrow and
some very wide, with inserting to match, worth 10 and 12% cents,

Special 7 cts.

One case, 25 yards to each pD -i.I.
wished soft,
Sp1ols! $1.19.

-1 mm w reizai I yru L


Forest Mill Cotton
Worth S 1-3.

Bought before cotton went up
TON, full yard wide, finished set

Special 10 y
V-+I. -- -+.- #...-_.A -f

pNot mo.re han ten yards to ao
6 1-4 Bleached Cotton Matting 5, 6 and 7 cent Lawn
10 yards for 49 cts. Short Ends 10 yards for 35 cts. 7c Unbleca
Bought before cotton went tp. Six cases of BLEACHED COT- 5 tO 20 Yardl. One case of FIGURED LAWN, colors absolutely fast, in a full
TON, finished soft for the needle, worth 6li ccnts, Worth 25, 35 and 40 cents, range of desirable colors, wortand 7 cents, 10 yards
ao Special 10 yds. for 49c. SPECIAL, 15c YARD. Special 10 yds. for 35 ets. Bought before cotton went
You must buy full piece. BLEACHED COTTON, full 38 Inc
M Not more :han ten yards to a customer. None reserved. Sale begins at 8. Not more than ten yard*, to a customer.
___ Special 10
S 10 OCENT CAMBRIC! Bk. Tffetta Slk 10 Cent. 7 Cent.more tha
*Not more than ten yards to
im 10 yards for 65 cts, 8S CtS. Dress Ginghams TAFFETTA SILK.
i Bought before cotton went up. Six cases of yard wide CAMBRIC Black Taffeta Silk, Chit for 6 CTS.
finished soft for the needle, worth 10 cents, fon finish, a new yard with Brown, Blue, Green and Red. I
every yard that splits. The Bought before cotton went up. This fall's favorite colors, Chif-
Sideal Silk for Skirts. Four cases of Dress Ginghams fon finish, just the thing for
f Special 10 yds. for 6Sc SPECIAL, 89 CENTS worth 10.cents yard, full' suits,
% Not more than ten yards t' a customer. Not on sale before 8. Not on sale before eight. Special 10 yds. for 65c. Spefoll 89 OCts.
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p Six cases of FOREST MILL COT.- *
t for the needle, worth 81i cents, Og

rds. for 65c. "**
customer. ma

lhed Cotton .nn
for 49 cts. Ii
p. Six bales of yard-wide UN- i i
hes wide, worth 7 cents,

,ds. for 49c. ,.,
a customer. U N
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lowl ever was declared in Pensaco'a LEC L
M IXER ffnR TUr HnBRTUSpecial t(, The ournal.f nritTul nr ff result. yo LIFE" .
M I- From 100 eo 150 cases of yellow o Palaox St
FOR THE NORTH /peinoAo Th.12.-e Jfarmers sa 0 DiUNEFE T a Ffeverih rsl Lrdayon,.fif. EAR NOSE A
Mlastrff week tho y were satisfied as iteONths. Such uas the fPghtful catas-
lad stopped raining long enough f,- deaths. Such was the ormhtful catas-
them to save their fodder, but now trophe of humanity. PATTI A P
the rain is injuring the cotton. Dr. Bosso was living in Mobile
Miss Katie Nicholson. daughter of and he come to Pensacola like a TAttorn yatuLaw.
Mr. Angus Nicholson. of Milton, re- brave general, fearing not death.
turned to her grandmother's after The. result was that in a week he Room 405 Thie-n Bu
spending sevral! days here last week, stamped out the yellow fever in Pen- Is the very essence of life. Keep the
Delay in Dispatching Steamer May a the ,est f bar uncle d aunt,; Disappointethat New Court cola wth his famous medicine- blood healthy and the various organs
Sth Mrs. E. Hall. ame remnted:: we have today, and wt-ill be healthy. The way by which THOS. PEBLE
SPlaS Mr. Ernest Scowden, of Olive, was Ws Nt Established in 'n the name of common sense such a the blood is to be kept pure ana LAW. REAL ESTATE, LOANS
;ru e s is i Molino Sunday visiting his par- S Nt trifle thing of 5C cents, which it r_- healthy is not by administering so- COLECTIONS
lSummar ents s o ,JacksonCo required to stop the fever in Pensa- called blood tonics. but by keeping the
um Mr. James Dnaffln, of Quintette, was J8CkSO COUnty. coa. Let us everybody get a bottle glands of the body pure, sweet and PHALAFOX AND ROMANA
-----_w a visitor in Molino Sunday. I of this famous medicine and clean clean, and this is to be accomplished
Mr. Willie Neal and his sister. Miss their systems. In this hot month of by a gentle assistance to nature.
. McGath, of St. Johns, N. F.. An of Penaola, were also is- Sheriff Haes Lewis, of Jackso Agust. It is proper and Just for is Nature rebels against the powerful
who is an authority on Northern voy-. ters at this place Sunday, the guests county, who *a spent the past two' t clean our system and we will not drugs that are administered to-day for J. P. STOKES
es writes to th Chicao News asLf Misses Anni and Lillie Dowling. I now any ftvcr whatever. This her assistance. She does not stand in OandCom llorat
gs wt ig wa Miss Annie Dowling celebrate, her, (ays In Pensacola. was seen ycserdny famous remedy is within et: reach need of them; they always do her t yanolort
follows: "The delay in dispatching birthday anniversary Wednesday. She' y a Journal representative regard*- o the rich and of the poor, and there harm. Do not put powerful drugs into 10 East Government Street.
Peary's steamer Roosevelt threatens was the recipient of some nice pre:- ulg the lecthin hld in that county ill be no ae of paying the medl- your stomach. General Law Practice.
to interfere seriously with his plan, u nts. which she prize.3 very highly. Ln the proposition to establish a crim- cine is too costly to get it.
for getting to the far North this sum- Mr. Wllliard C-abtree left Monday inal court of ,cord th.ere. The clec- The authorltieF work hard, and the
es and mer. His original intention was to to go to Millview, Fla. to takeda po- ton, as alreal told in The Journal d doctors work hard, for the purpose of GEOL
ix d dS have her leave New York on July 4i iion as clerk in the Southern States t ecil (orrespoidence, resulted In a Having Pensacola clean of any kind I
S and get away from the Newfoundland lumber Co's Store. He had be nt deteat for the cort. Lo fever. Let us help the doctors ATTORN Y-AT-LAW.
Bread in 3 Minutes coast about a week later, declaring, here clerking for the firm of L. C. "I was satisfied the proposition and the authorities and in order to do- l Ph
hinimself in several interviews that any Crabtree & Bro. for nearly two years would be l''a:,cl," sad Shoriff Lew- t'is we have to get Ba s ': B!essin- Roo *--*
detention after July 10 would serious- and during that tide he has made i's, "but I am neverthel' ss very sorry to Mankind. It is only 50c, and I am iver
Hands do not touch do h I' handicap him in his endeavor to l.imself pleasant andr a-.reeable to that it was. We need an additional .atlsfled that there is not a lady orIT
5 I doeo t.o t dough attain an extreme nothing before th-et everybody. The best w'shea of all cou:'t in Jacksn county very muh. gentlemann in Fenarola which Is not
ple, economical, Sanita polar channels freeze up, so that he: the Molino fo!ks go with him to hi L a' all of the blsines.s now has to b willing to spen,' 50c in order to keep in T
right, if possible, get into the open new place of business. Mr. H. p. dcne through the circuit court and mrt the fever in Penaepo!a. Kidn ey
EMT to operate and clean, polar sea and establish himself there Dawson, of Jennings, Fla., succeed. r te docket becomes at times very; Nick's staurant i. the depot of Fisher Building, 204'/z South P
before the brief summer months end. Willard in the store of L. C. Crabtree. oadly congested. -his famous medicine. Everybody Street.
$2 00 However, he only left Sydney. N. S.. Mr. Dawson Is no stranger among us, "The establishment of this court, hould t a ottle of It. the discovery of Rev. H E. O'Grady P HONE 525
PfICE Q9cn July 27, where he had been coaling., and we are glad to have him in our would have meant a decrease in the ,. APOSTLE will be found the best remedy eve PHON 52
*L.UU and has still to call at some port on little town. ftes of my office, so that, so far as my offered to relieve constipation and all - -
the Newfoundland coast to put ashore Miss Harris, of Chumuckla, Is here personal interests are concerned. the t forms of L
his last letters and take his final de- iisiting her s!ters. Mrs. Penton and defeat of the nropositio is to mY per- New Suit Filed. the forms of Liver nd Kidney trob IL
parture for the North. He is, there- Miss Nellie Harris. .snal advantage-. The public inter-' The following new suits were fled for from indglestn, jaundice, chills,
0 fare, about three weeks behind the Mr. Davis Tait, of Marianna, wa ests, howeve.-, i:ccded the court and I yestcrd.-y in the office of the clerk fever and many other troubles arising
d ate which he fixed as his latest, and. here today on business in the inter-' of the circuit curt: from diseased liver. Room Brent Eulding, Phon
although his ship is much faster than est of the L. & N. raili'oad company. ,- C- -R Jag. Stallworth, ex parte, petition; i Room S, Bnt Building
previous exploring boats, it must be There are no serious cases of sick-! SCOURING YOUR SCALP. Ilount & Blount, attorneys for plain-
K evident that he has no time to spare ness in our town. ---ff.
PENSACOtLA if he is to reach any far-away point Will Remove the Loost Dandruff Consolidatedl Grocery Company, a H
__*_ within the frozen zone this year. His Scales But it Won't Cura Dandruff. corporation. vY. R. R. Cowaa, dam- HOMEOPATHIST.
hope was that he could get as far up tunities for advance through its ice. If your hair is brittle and thinning,: aes $2.000; Bliunt & Blount, attor- Louis Saks, of Birmingham, Ala.,* O B. at No. 7U S. Palafox I
P abst as the Polaris and Thetis went in 1871 cumbered waters should be on the; :'eu have dandruff. The were scour- neys for plaintiff s. the largest clothier in the state, says: P1ldldn
and 1 S2. which ships got right into Greenland coast about the middle ofj ing of the scalp of the loose scales __ "Your Long Life Liver and Kidney Ofice Hours-S:-0 to 11 im
the Polar sea in the one season, being July. In the case of the relief of the' won't cure dandruff; because dandruff Cure Is rightly called Long life, as it to5 m
S avored' by a brief spell of open water. Greely expedition they were there' is nothing but scales of szalp beln'-. am sorry that the voters at large did is a medlcae of great meritL Resid mne. 10 North Palafox
B lue R ibb on. and this would be a great advantages early in June, and the whole expedit- thrown up by a pestiferous little germi not see fit to approve it." S-two rngs. Oce Phone 65.
to him, as he wou'd have his advanc-j ton. with the few survivors of Grealy's in burrowing its way to the root of Sherif Lewis is one of those unique Bobnsb c to calL
ed base within about 500 miles of the i;]-fated party, were back in St. Johns the hair where it saps the vitality, personalities who make lasting in- Surdays- abtt
S I ole itself, or 300 miles nearer than on July 17, or nearly a fortnight be-' causing falling hair and. in time, bald- pressions on everyone, with whom _
O notl c fL he could otherwise reach. He would, fore Peary will now be able to leave. i css. Now you can't stop dandruff they come in contact. He is tall, lank I
no eq therefore, be able to make his dash "Consequently, Peary has grievous nor falling hair, nor prevent baldness and lean. with clear-cut features and
Sold c vey where, across the paleocrystic ice to the pole disadvantages to contend with, and, unless you destroy that germ; and the a frank but piercing eye that com-
next spring and have a second year in though be may still succeed, It will be only preparation that can do it is the meads the man to you from the first L c I Jl
S which to repeat the effort if he failed in spite of obstacles which he will sur- new scientific discovery, Newbro's meeting. After one has talked with aroa.
S.A Friedm an the first time. mount or because of exceptionably fa- Herpicide. In fact no other hair prep- this native product of what was at t
"But if he is unable to reach a very vorable ice conditions in the North, aration claims to kill the dandruff ,one time, sad not go many years ago .ill be out tO
Woesale Distributer. northerly polct now he may be doom- whereas he should be in a poilti.* to germ-all of them will clean the know ma the Florda bck-wood,
ed to a whole year. of inaction and a all of normal circumstances and St-alp; soap and' water will do that ad felt the power' and simeerity of It ifl 0t..o b
So perhaps to the frustralon of his best gain his northang by utill lg them. but only Newbro's Herpicide gets at lis vigorous haafl a asp, it ls not hrd J to D
inc Imported i hopes. He had hard lack this spring None the less, with his capital crew the root of the trouble and kills the to understand why Hayes [awlewis *s
and ULq s. in that he lacked the money to equp of hardy Newotindlandprs, noetiag dandruff germ. Sold by W. A. 'Alen- .e is ftmiaHrly 7 ksin. f a ltl ;..-..- u ttl Au.i.
his vessel after he. had her built, ana will be left done to carry the Ppal Abrte, drug1 at aid apothecary, l E. por a~g t ppl ofmb t UlII Al
PtoNC tn1 the time lost in thts way it is difcult and stripes beSond the gap of a-l Palafat street, -Peaseola, Fl. Head e ty, Via -to f t |
&t = 1 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. for him to make up now. The explore. ccuatriea If t, U kl ee to the po lOc. in stamps for sample to The ts l he del gg
PfENiADCOLA FLAer who would secure the best oppor- itself." picide, Co., IDtrot, Mich.c.1 It.

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K Sh I S tn 9SNr But let the freight car bring a .single q
Infected mosquito and we are power
less. We do not see it and it may 4
S' Criticis His Autiw mI bite a dozen or more persons before 40
5E' r 7 ra case develops. Therefore there is
toI F m b Ik UW more danger in an infected mosquito
s_ tV\than in an infected person. I trust
SN our state board will enforce fumiga-
tion of freight cars, and if they do
not I would advise our people to stop
AND THE MAYOR ANMWERS THE ordering freight from that city."
Te meters referred to are as fol-
Bmouen Them in UT .VE IS. "Public Health and Marine Hospital
CASE IN AN INTERVIEW WITH service. Office of Medical Officer in g
SNw O O AL R ES TATIVens, a., Aug. 10, 1905.
V "Hon. Chas. IL Bliss, Mayor, ,Pensae
j This is our August Clearing cola, FUa.:
Sale. We do not pretend that : A Journal representative Interview- "Dear Sir-Referring to your letter
Swe are "selling everything at ed Mayor Bliss yesterday In regard to of the 8th inst, criticising my letter
Slees than cost." Too much re- the matter of freight cars coming from to Mr. F. Kohnke, I beg to say, in
spect for our ntligence to New Orleans to Peneacola without be- the first place, that the transmission
S make such a statement, but we ag nfmigated and was asked if he had of yellow fever by the mosquito is not
are closina out all our thin received any reply to his lettersentto a theory but a fact. In the second E
goods at low paces. the Surgeon in charge at New Or- place, that I have not assumed that
See our north window for re- lean the mosquitoes which drift from the s
duced prices in Underwear and "I received a reply this morning," sick room lay their eggs upon the 4
Bathing Suits. aid the mayor, "and as it is a matter water and die, but have simply stated
3 of public interest you may have a what the stymologists dlaim to be
copy of it and let the gentleman speak entirely true. The mosquito breeds
for himself In defense of his action. I disease by .persons foolishly invading
have written him in reply and you rooms where sickness has been twelve
may obtain a copy of my letter to or moredays before.
him from the clerk." "I either labor under no misappre-
3 C Goodman. Ge. Arnper .at Flomaton? at random, and infecting places of
SN.o. When quarantine was first business. I do not dispute that mos-
_,illiiltIItItflflll tifftllt ttltfl1t, established the cars were fumigated quitoes are found on railway trains,
for two or three days and thgn it was aor do I dispute that such mosquitoes
discontinued except as to empty car. are found in cars laden with freight. '
., K, WHITE, I asked Inspector Cusacks why loaded But when the car has been recently
Watchmaker, G*mouMsear J-- freight cars were not fumigated aal fumigated, so recently that upon load-
radv *e O he said that loaded cars were so Ing the fumes of sulphur are still
It a Plo *Strom VMefta warm that there were no mosquitoes about the car, this is not the place of @
in .them. I reas In some circular or atral selection -V*iei the mos tito
paper that empty cars in the Infected would outline for his home.
S L T O district of New Orleaas were fumigat- "I regret that you seem to think'
ed and I infer from Dr. White's letter that I have taken the commercial
tht some cars are fumigated before side of this matter, for such is not my
v- no Clausen and daughter loadng with e ght he point I intention, but you must certainly mre-
Svi-le left lat night for make is that it Is possible for mosqut- alise thet it is necessary for com-
l. ; r: lo wa. their former home, Itoes to be transported in freight cars melee to go on that communities may
vi. *h: ey wiil in future reside. and for that reason all car coming live, and I am simply taking the at-
from New Orleans should be fumi- titude that any position which is ab-
sa.., Senator C. L. Wilson of Marl- gated to kill the mosquitoes. solutely safe should not be forbidden,
brnT. ;,.s in the city on legal busi- "Furthermore. I hold that all cars and entirely fail to see bow you, your-
L.. r-v'-'rday. He was the guest coming from New Orleans should be self personally a business man, could t
nx!. :inere of his brother, KE M. Wil- fumigated somewhere this side of take any other attitude.
!that place. A car might be properly 'I think if you will read my letter
i oniuctor FPrnk Wilson, of the L. fumigated at New Orleans and loaded again, in the light of this, you will do
.N N who has been ill for about two but it is a fact that the fumes asap- me the justice of revising your opin-
v..r is now greatly improved and pear in a short time and perhaps the ion. Respectfully,
x:. to rsume his regular run car may remain there a day or two "J. H. W-HT'E.
o re h re r ru before leaving the city. making it "Surgeon, P. H. & M. H. S."
possible for infected mosquitoes to
Tni British steamer Elswick Park. get aboard. Therefore, the safe plan The Mayor's Reply.
-:I took on a part cargo here a is to fumigate those cars before they "Pensacola, Fla., Aug. 12, 1905.
I weeks since, returned to port enter this state. Besides that. in view "Dr. J. H. White, Surgeon, P. H. & M.
Srday afternoon, coming from Mo- of the recent history, I would have H. 'S., New Orleans, La.:
where she finished cargo. The more oonfdence in our men making a "Dear 8ir-Yours of the 10th is at
. came here for bunker coal. dood job of it than treating it to New hand and noted. In reply I will say
T:.'.'--one defendants were befe' Orleans." that I concede that mosquitoes fasten-
.. *i.' lanv in the municipal Do you think there is any probabil- ea up inside of boxes of freight, and
,~riay morning for traiL' ty of the fever gaining a foothold it the crevices of sacks, would in all
-' ; : one eftedant was~here? pro ty b 11-d -n transmsa on
t".. : to -he county authorities "Not if we can have proper potec- or haemd.imgo-t- e I re~lit. I o it
a:.. n m.- Impo. amounting to tion in freights. This is our only think it probable that yellow fever
I:7". weak spot. We are getting the city would be be transmitted in freight
Into good sanitary condition. Bvery- aside from the mosquito. I wish to
W D C Yartrough. who came to body is cleaning up. The people are also say that I am no expert on the
c!y a fw das' since from Chat- enjoying good health generally. The mosquito theory and only know what
;l,,,c'he w leave this morning personal quarantine is strict. rery I have read regarding the transmis-
recrnim his diutie there. He will stranger that enters the city is in- slon of yellow fever by the mosquito
S:,' -i:,: hir 'wo insane men Moore! quired after and should a case slip in process.
M~r. Mray. who have been in the here we have a place already prepared "From the experiments that have
1 'r* j. : for ,i(veral days awaiting to Immediately isolate and treat t. been published from time to time re-
ar--vn.: of s.me one from the asy- guarding this matter. I gained these
facts: That the mosquito is not an
trail it is anticipated that they will insect of a few hours duration, as has
(3:',for E Merritt. who was recent- be heralded with all the pomp and been claimed many times, but has
I apointol by Mayor Bliss as citY circumstance that belons to such been kept for many days. In fact a
7 an. wh( wii; assume charge of, robust representatives of the land of person having yellow fever, an. is
S~i.' ;. onday relieving the pres- flowers, bitten by a mosquito, it is claimed 4
'r* wai a: wo-k yesterday fa-
* :Hr:7,ine himsE1I w'th his new du-l The steamer Tarpon reached port that the mosquito does not have the
- Mr MerrT' has already galnet' yesterday morning after a successful power to infect for twelve days, and
c -id. rahb;- epxTrinre. and will no trip to all points on her line, including that afterward the mosquito has pow-
Si:) g:voe satisfaction to the public. St. Andrews, Millille, Apalachlcola er to transmit fever as long as It lives.
and Carabelle. She brought in a Now, while I have no data on the mat-
) M Gordon left last night for large number of passengers and a ter, I have inferred that mosquitoes e
MLntnPory. w here he will join T. good freight cargo. have been kept a great many days
. .Jenn:.fi an i the two will tart for after they have had power to transmit
S Pi':R.an. Exposition and a eAn- A ovor reci~ i <,. h .. r, disease, rbn
h- -- I s-- *'*f3~ ~ A t.C e UJse o

I-- a." M 5,VA -; J% gVVU Fpe as Zo Umtr Vy
our of the northwest. The use of the best extracts. Blue Ribbon
of :hest gentlemen intend to and Vanilla are unexcelled. Ask your
hw :h# Portland people have tel-! grocer for Blue Ribbon Iemon and
*- .;,lc arlvtc. of their coming and Vanilla. Takes less. flavors per.
. : :he two Florldians go down the fectly.






N'a- r, Derorated Tea or Coffee! Imported Decorated China Salad
C -.- 'ng a' 10 cents. I Bowls 25 cents, regular price 50 cents.
w Ivory Soap, 6 cakes for 25 BI-Ped Tack Pullers, latest novelty,
25 cents.
S c Tar Soap (grease getter), Safe Rests, 10 cents each.
*W I,,,I Tooth iPicks for 5 cents. Wash Boards. 25 cents.
T us: ,ters, regular 15c, going; Galvanized Wash Tubs, 50, 65 and
S75 cents each.
h 'o:nial Glass Vase going at Nice Glass Tumblers, cents each.
4-oz. Bottle Machine Oil, 5 cents.
SRubbers going at 5 cents Festoon Pla:es going at 5 cents, dos
"" 7" Teething Rings. 5 cents.
1s B.s Quality Wbod Clothes Black Basting Cotton, 15 cents.
S ,, rs. Baby Rattles, 5 cents.
: ) :, :Ipo-r'e China Cups and Gas Tapers, 5 cents box.
:'''. repular 20 cents. (nair Seats 10 cob each.
EF: Foolers, 5 cents each I Soap Slabs, 10 cents each
e" : ;'i cents. Stabbing Brushe, 10 cents.

"Another thing that I have noticed,
and have good proof of. Is that the
mosquito can live in a house shut up
for months, where there is no water
to breed, and no possibility of their
being able to get in or out. This be-
ing the fact, it is not unreasonable to
suppose that infected mosquitoes
driven from a house by smoke or
otherwise might take refuge in rail-

Shows He Knew What Food to Stick
Forwarding a photograph of a splen-
didly handsome and healthy young
boy, a happy mother writes from an
Ohio town:
"The enclosed picture shows my 4
year old Grape-Nuts boy.
"Since he was 2 years old he has
eaten nothing but Gtrape-Nutsl Hie
demands and gets this food three
times a day. This may seem rather
unusual, but he does not care for any-
lhing else after he has eaten his Grape
Nuts, which he uses with milk or
meal, and then he is through with his
meal. Bven on Thanksgiving DayI
;he refused turkey and all the good
things that make up that great din-I
ner, and eat his dish of Grape-Nuts!

I t

id trains, passenger coaches and TOWN OF FORT BROOKE
eight cars, whether empty or laden, HAS NO LEGAL EXISTENCE.
d in a few hours be transported to
her sections of the country. In fact
think it is very probable that some The Tampa Tribune publishes the
the disease scattered throughout following:
uisiana, if the newspaper reports A somewhat sensational rumor was

be true, which could not be traced,
might be attributed to this cause very
"I concede that if a car had been
fumigated and the sulphur fumes are
still about the car. it is not probable
that a mosquito would outline this for
his home, but I am informed that
freight is sent out in cars that have
not been fumigated, and it is to this
c!ass that my restrictions apply.
"I also agree with you that com-
merce should not be stopped', but I
certainly think that all cars leaving
affected districts, whether laden or
unladen. should be fumigated to kill
the mosquitoes, and I have serious
doubts as to our being able to stamp
out the disease until this is done.
"I should be glad to learn that you
coincide with me in this view of the
matter, and that your orders will be
to the effect that this be carried out
in future.
"Yours very respectfully,

and cream with the best results and!
none of the evils that the other fool- RO BA MA
ish members of the family expert-LOG ROAD BRAKEMAN
"He is never sick, has a beautiful
complexion, and is considered a very Alexandria, La., Aug. 12.-John
handsome boy. May the Postum: Thomas, aged 25 years died here this
Company prosper and long continue to, afternoon from injuries received on
furnish their wholesome food!" Name the log train of the Enterprise Lnm-
grven by Postum Co., Battle Creek, ber Company. While loading logs this
Mich. morning at Simms, twelve miles north
There's a reason. Read the little of here Thomas was caught between
book, "The Road to Wellvlle," in two logs. He had been working here
every pkLg for some weeks.

in circulation yesterday to the effect
that the attorneys who are investi-
gating the Fort Brooke annexation
case have made the startling discovery-
that the town of Fort Brooke has
never had a legal existence and that
its incorporation was never effected
properly under the laws of the state.
The rumor said that the original
incorporators of the town of Fort
Brooke had failed to comply with the
portion of the law requiring that the
proceedings of the meeting held for
the purpose of incorporation with the
names of the incorporators must be
recorded in the office of the Clerk of
Circuit Court.

It is said that there is no such rec-
ord in the Clerk's office of Hillsbor-
ough county and that, therefore, the
incorporation of Fort Brooke was not
legally perfected and has been, all
along, null and void.
No Town at All.
Lawyers say that, if this is true,
the town of Fort Brooke has been
operating without authority of law
and that none of the acts of the mu-
nicipality or itb officers have been
This being the case, the present
fight on the annexation proposition
will doubtless come to a speedy finish
when it comes before the court.
The Tribune last night asked City
Attorney C. C. Whitaker about the
rumor. Mr. Whittaker said he knew
nothing about the matter and gavethe
impression that there was nothing in


Iron Works and Supply CO.

Manufacturers and Repairers of
Prompt attention given to all orders, day or night. Agent
for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dogs, also
Chains of a!l descriptions.
Office Phone 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr.
Residence Phone 1029. P. O. Box 123.


Record of Birt8
the I
The following
and deaths dur
filed in the office
White-To Jo
a boy; to W. A
boy; to R. E.
girl; to A. W.
and wife, a girl
wife, a boy.

STATISTICS. wecks since, has been sold by Mrs.
Ciausen, the purchaser being Captati
hs and Deaths During Witheral, of the Mary Esther launch.
Past Week. The home was used as a winter resort.
is the record of births by Captain Clausen and his family.
ing the past week, as Mrs. Clausen and daughter left last
e of the city clerk: night for Iowa.
Births. ; Tho fine launch owned by Mr. Caw
)s. Rhoades and wife, srn. and upon which he made frequent
L Dunham and wife, a trips to and from the city, has also
Brewton and wife, a been sold, the owners of the Parlto
Gonzalez and wife, a Market being the purchasers. The
price paid was about $1,200.
Richard Alchahber

I; to Frank Davis and

White--. H. Ham, 46 years, rabies;
Miss Violette Moreno, 37 years, mul-
tiple neuritis.
Colored--os. Hubbard, 27 years,
typhoid fever; Laura Jackson, 66
years, paralysis; David Gaters, 55
years, nephritis.
The pretty home up the sound, own-
ed by Otto Clausen, who died a few



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When you leave the city for your
suwm r vacation have The Pensaoola
Journal follow you. Notify circular.
tion manager, Phone 38.

Federal Coast Quarantine
Is Demanded.
The advantages of a federal coast,
quarantine are, The Journal is glad
to note, being urged by the press all
over the country.
The argument in favor of such a
system was stated at some length by
The Journal a week ago, since which
time we have noted a greft deal of
comment to similar effect in a large
number of the most representative
newspapers. Speaking on the same
subject the Birmingham Age-Herald
The remedy consists in placing the
quarantine stations un.er federal con-
trol. This has been done all along the
South A:lantic coast-in North Caro-
lina. Georgia and Florida. For com-
iircnla roasons-Alabama. Louisiana
and T"'\%s have refused to do away
with .-:'.'e or municipal control.
If f.d,..ra: management of the quar-
autine .;;:;i;r. on thie gulf coast were
cctnceded. :lfre wou'id oe no more yel-
low f\. '- in this country. A case or
two i!ni'- cr(e.p in. but all physicians
new Lhiw how ;o handle the sporadic
ease. It is nece.:-ary to keep off by
netting *:;I rosqtit.). which alone can
transmit :he g,rmns o; disease. But
while a commercial quarantine lasts
fcrty block, become infected before
cnmfezsion is made of the presence in
this counDry of the f!-ter. The choice
is bhtweeu fei'ra: quarantines and,
New :'r-.ans slh,'.ld no: hesitate tol
dopL. : former. The safety ano'
Iprc:s *? of the sorith(rn country,
and tLcrcfifre of New Orleans, de-
mands federal supervision of gulf
coast quarantine stations.
One of the chief arguments advanc-
ed by- The Journal for a change from
local to federal control of our quar-
antine was the well known fact that,
under local control, the commercial
Interests and cominorclal clpidity of
the various ports lead them to take
chances which would not be permit.
ted under a fe(,l ral system. The
Jacksonville Timsrn unionn makes the
same point in the following well ex-
pressed comment:
AccordInt to all accounts, the peo-
ple of that cli y are satisfied that the
fever was introduced by fruit slips."
and we regret to say that there can be
Little doubt that the anxiety of a cer-
tain class of merchants in the Cres
enit City to capture without the prop-
er restrictions the fruit trade of the
South must be held respon.ible fo,'
the visitation that now threatens the
4etire Gulf coast west of Pensacola.
Were New Orleans and its people
to be the only sufferers from this ill-
advised course, there would be noth-


Sketch I Ier of

New Premier of



enterprising citizens of his state, is A
the guest of friends in Atlanta. Mr.
Hillman is being prominently spoken
or In connection with the governorship
of Florida, and prominent men of the
state believe that his election is as-i
sured.-Atlanta Constitution.
Inasmuch as it is yet about three
years before the primaries will be
held, Mr. Hlllman will really have,
Nothing to lose by beginning his cam
paign in Georgia at this time. It's a
'funny place, however, in which to bel
running for governor of Florida. 1 e
Colonel Mann, of Town Topics, : *'* .
threatens to sue Collier's Weekly for .;
libel because the later characterized
the colonel's standing as "somewhat
worse than that of an ordinary forger
horse-thief, or second-story man." Col- Premier Hagerup, of Norway is considered one of the greatest men of that
lier's now replies by inviting the edi- nation.
tor of the malodorous Town Topics to
come on with his suit, but it never-i llt!4 t4 lss l 3ll 4t-I- ... =_i .. ##..=._=
theless expresses the conviction that :
Colonel Mann will hardly brave the Cuffent comment From
I:ght of publicity by going into court ie cm n m
vith the case. IMr Bryan' S COmmoner

Jackson county, has formally announc-
this district against torh congresent fromin- Coneorning yellow fever, it is better seized of the notion that the soldiers
cumbent, Hon. W. B. Lamar. f-e may tc perfect the sanitation before than of Russia are a type of white-skinned
win out, but If he does he can say after. soldiers of the whole world--too bad
that he is a campaigner from way ... for Jap a .
back.---Duniak Breeze. When the people control the prima- ut
The Breeze certainly does not mean res hecorporations cannot control By holdg, up the June bills until
,I-,Julh-Jnuena hlin tha last month naf

t: intimate that Jackson county is
"way back." That county is where
Mr. Stephens comes from.

The Birmingham Ledger thinks that
if it pays the states of the great north-
west-and it undoubtedly does-to
spend thousands of dollars every year
to advertise their great resources ani"
thereby gain new settlers and new
Industries, it would pay the states of
the south to do the same thing. The
Ledger is eminently correct.

The Tampa Times shows a wonder-
ful improvement since its new press
was installed. It required modern
equipment to get out a modern news-
paper, and the Times will find its new
equipment the best paying investment
it ever made.

The Jounmal PWrited Our.
Ang July, 1905, a
Total of


the elecrtons.
Up to date iSecretary Taft has made
no effort to keep down the lid of the
Japanese tea urn.

The Depew Improvement Company
seems to have failed to get in its work
on its promoters.

It takes something more than in.
dictments to keep the price of meat
within reasonable bounds.
* *
It seems that those peace commis-
sioners will find it easy to eat their
way to a mutual understanding.
C 6
The democratic party shows grati-
fying indications of a determination
to get democratic and stay democratic
this time.
The trouble with the Equitable is It
seems to have altogether too many
"receivers" at the wrong end of the
premium route.
* *
However, we have yet to hear of
the big express companies complain-
ing that Uncle Tom Platt's public life
has been a failure.
Governor Pennypacker wants to
sell his library of 15,000 volumes, but
this must not be taken that he knows
all there is in the books.
C *
There might be more effort to ob-
literate Traft In the government de-

the fiscal year-Secretary Shaw man.
aged to hold the annual deficit down
to $24,000,000, according to the books.
But book-k epers of that kind often
find themselves called up on the car-
Some of the "fads" of those society
people seem not to have struck the
"fancy" of. the people who foot the
It is given out from Washington
that hereafter diplomats must avoid
even the semblance of scandal. Can
it be possible that the supply of white.
wash is running short?
Missouri has her Folk, Wisconsin
her LaFollette, Philadelphia her Wew
vcr-and the growth in the Pattison
sentiment indicates that Ohio intends
to profit by their example.
S* *
After one week of strenuous life in
the cabinet Mr. Root is off for a
month's vacation. The sacrifice
some people have to make in order to
serve their country are very touching.
* 4
The Milwaukee Sentinel wants Mr.
Depew to explain how he earned that
~20.000 retainer from the Equitable.
I. the 1tentinol joking, or does it ex-
pert Mr. Depew to perform the Im-
* C
In the meanwhile Mr. Thomas F.
Ryan is letting his appointees do all
the talking about reforming the man-

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! 7/SS ,

I --v
Special to The Journal.
Special to The JournlI.
Carrabelle, Aug. 1?.-The steamer
Sego sank at the railroad wharf Fri-
day morning at 5 o'clock. There was
no one on board. Capt. Ira Sanborn
lost a lot of valuable papers and fur-
niture. The steamer will be raised in
a few days and the captain thinks the
damage will be about $300.00.
The health of Carrabelle was never
better than it is now. The city au-
thorities have the town in excellent
sanitary condition.
The Gulf Trading Co. Is doing good
business in ish.
The F. C. Lbr. Co. mill is now shut
down for want of logs, which makes
things a little quiet.
We eagerly look for The Journal
every day at 4 o'clock to learn the
news of West Florida and the news
of the world also.


Special to The Journa.
Blountstown, Aug 12.-A fatal
shooting affray occurred at Cocoanut,
a turpentine f;-im a few miles south
of Blountstown, yesterday, when
Frank Hart shot and instantly killed
Will Hammonds. Both are colored.

ag further to say. But New Orleans COPIES apartments were it possible for its diz- agement of the Equitable, while he Is Jealousy was the cause of the dificul-
Is not paring the penalty of Its crimi- coverers to forget the fate of Mr. merely owning and controlling the ty.
a1 cupidity alone-the bill of costs is Bowen. Suitable. As we understand the matter this
even now being saddled upon the en- * was a case of murder unprovoked
Ure S eoth. whose people are naturally 4r wl aAlve ge When we come to think It over, are What does it matter whether they and cold-blooded. The murderer is
mad reasonably alarmed at the ap- the graft exposures that are astonish- are genuine bones of the genuine still at large.
pearance of yellow fever at the lead. ing the people any worse than the'-.ohn Paul Jones? Even if they are Travel Is very good now. Capt.
tag Gulf port. And who are, there- democracy has been stating it since not genuine no one has heard eithe- ino. Halley can hardly supply the
fore, justflled in entering a vigorous 1896? John or the real'owner kick about th i great demand for livery teams and he
protest against that pagan and un- honors paid them. has quite a herd of horses.
Christian spirit of unenlightened self- DAILY The oart removed to make graves C* Hon. S. W. Clark is placing lumber
slhneas which for the wake of a paltry for fever victims in the canal zone Mr. A. Sato, it must be admitted, is and building material on the corner
pecuanary acvantaze wantonly puts continues to keep several thousand making an excellent buffer between of McClellan St. and Gaskin Ave. for
the welfare and prosperity of a wide The following figures show The Pen- cubic feet ahead of the dirt removed Earon Komura and the ubiquitousre the purpose of erecting a large ware-
section in jeopardy. sacola Journal's circulation for each f:om the canal. orters. The American newspaper house.
Sit quite time that the entire d durnl th month of July 19* that secures the services of Mr. Sato Several new houses are now under
Sendre day during th in In a demand mont o July, 105, Talor f Newprt gave v.Ill have a star. construction and others are contract-
try should now oin n a demand with the average number of couples T. SueHaren Hlde a dinner recently. ed for.
aehange. A federal system is the daily: ,James Hazen Hyde a dinner recently. C C C ed fo1.
r change. A federal system is the dil: That is cheering nes. The firing The mere fact that Japan alone J. I. Heintz of the firm of Gas-
ealy one under which uniform fair- July 1 4,250 July 16 4,500 public have been feeding him long knew what she could do against Rus- kins & Heints, bankers and brokers,
mes to the Gulf states can be assured July 2 4,500 July 17 e'. enough. sin is evidence enough that Japan is h ahou- completed a new dwelling
nd protection to the country can be July 3 ... July 18 4,200 not at all inclined to buy any Philip- on New street.i
Made possible. uJly 4 4,250 Aily 19 4, 00 It will be too bad if Japan becomes pine gold bricks. The htgd school building Is near-
1 july 5 4,250 1 .4ly completed. Graylon & Parrlsh,
uy 5 4July 20 4,425 the contractor, have done good work
Journal hopes that the citS July 6 4,250 July 21 4,200 A advertising" to set things right again, on the building.
eMenll will soon take up the matter July 8 4,5 July 23 4300 WANT AD SENS A new building is now looming up
IJ a building inspection ordinance. 59 July 24. There is scarcely a possible business near Masonic Hall, but we are not In-
If a buldg ordinne. uly 400 July 24 .. plan in which want adve-tising is not formed as to what purpose it will be
With the exception of the small ter- July 10 ... July 25 4i1 ".Curiosity does, no less than devo a nautral factor, with its part to play. devoted or how many stories high It
wirBy within the fire limits, there is July 11 4250 July 26 4,300iion, pilgrims make. Aad not only will be.
s record whatever of th.e kind, qual- July 12 4,250 July 27 4,300, pilgrims-but readers o adivertise-l HE FRENCH HAVE A RATHER Hon. H. B. Gasktn, our hustling
Sty, or number of bullngs erected uly 13 4,250 July 2 4,300 ments. For example, a man with a WISE ADAGE: *CAPO9N COMES TO banker, has about completed a large
Sothere nhoud be such a record 14 4 250 July 2 4,350 thousand dollars to invest is probably HIM WHO EATS CAPON." USUAL. b lding to be used for offices and a
M there should be such a record. ;July 1 .3 4250 July 30 4,600i reading the want ads. today, curious LY, BIG SALARIES ARE PAID TO store.
Total for the month ......112.875 to learn what chances are offered for THOSE WHO EARN AND DEMAND Dr. Rhoden reports Mr. John Davis,
Twhe are more people staying at Average per 4ay ...........4,341 "putting his dollars to work." THEM-NOT MERELY TO THOSE who was accidntally shot by Mr. W.
nPnsacola this mmer than hereby certify that the abovestatWHO EARN THEM. WANT AD. Kent, last Wednesday, doing well and
m in Pensacola ths smmer than I hereby certify that th above state- U you like big houses yo might VERTISIN H46S RAISED MORE strong hopes of bia recovery are en-
II& My previous year-and this not-t mlt iA correct according to the ree- Just s well live in one-and take SALARIES THAN *PULL" OR LUCK tertaeeed.
withstanding the yellow fever in New orda on ile na this office. enough lodgers to pay your rent. OR L'BERALITY. DO YOU ET Epwerth League Seelt.
Olkeaa. It is quite evident that the FRED A. SWET, Want advertlastg makes it als Am- CAPON?" The, pwortb League held their re*
*l-time yellow fever panic is a thing Circulation Mr. pie as that. ular dtday night social at the pleae
ltagether of the past, gone never to 7w"o t d The fact that you have a hore to sat bome of Mr A. Yoa, ad lhi
at Mr Swon to and subscribed before me "A gudgeon wO't believe in a pike sell is a secret, shared by yourself sager, Mss sU s Those esm t
wtrn- this 31st dy et July, .6. until he is swallowed up alive." And and a few friend perhaps, until yo were MisM"* IMma TOb, Mary IIel-
the "amateur Iatdlolr" wo't believe have adertlted' t In the cesula IQ, Mltth Fanals, Floreaee MeCle
Ron. W. J. Hiilman. of IUve Oa, J. P. IKa, in a "de4d-be t_ t USl e la columnsi--the the people who w m eS e sad L Jessile. Wood;
fS, esi ot the wealthiet and most otar Py blc. wel-btten. Tshen i. i snQIre fLk t bay honeM a "pt wiae.t 9 Tow Yeo, a gn h SThIor, Tim

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The Quality Stor.

4 9


Odds and Ends.

Ladies' Strap Slippers and Oxfords.
Children's Kid Top Shoes and Slispprs.
Man's O" ord'o "He old's.
Negligee Shirts and Trousers

Begins Monday, Aug. 14, at 8 o'clock sharp.
The mightiest saving opportunity of the season. e.e.ini any
Odd and'Bad Sale ever held in Pensacola? Don't you waan: -, tare
In It? Then come early Monday.

sea, IL. Le Bell, H. C.- Miller.
Special Veilre.
George Cooler, B. J. Trobak, J. Mc-
Gibon, L. Morris, Jas. T. Godwin, J.
Bonltay, L E. Bogan, J. H. Lolg.
.. H. Dawscn, Jcel G. Suggs, Jas. Lind
sey, A. D. Nichoisen, W. V. Mayo, J.
N Cra'tree, T. A. Fleetwood, J. A.
UtIw, W. L. Tharp, Jr., Max L. Bear,
J. W. Tucker, L. Hilton Green, S. An-
derson, B. Ger-on, A. C. Alexander,
M. L. Gonzalez, M. D. McArthur, Phil
Jones, R. J. Brent, J. D. Diamond, B.
Eailey, G. W. Flemmiag, Smaon Je-
rom,. Peter Hayne, T. N. '.a, J.
M. Rich, Sr., . Richards, T-V. V an-
nah,'R. J: Bowman, R. K. L. DUaelL
W. H. Caro, D. B. Steele, Thos. Tut-
tie, J. R. Henderson, J.G. O.Oiver, J.
E. Dubutsson, C. S. Bonacker,, Chas.
Williams, J. E. Mihtead, Jr., G. A.
Morrill, F. L. Davenport, W. H. Kyle,
Hins Cravey, O. A. Sheppard, O.
Cheltnlit, C. F. Lisco, R. E. Coleman,
F. Caro, Gus Johnson, W. B. Miller,
sterling W. Cobb, R. Eddins, J. R.
Keeling, P. J. Pierce, John Poberts,
W. W. Watson, J. t. Wiggins, Geo.
Stockwell, F. R. Pou, J. E. Hubbird,
A. L MNCll.lun, W. C. Kelly, W. D.'
Davenport, C. H. Johnson, W. G. Mc-
Nair, Chas. Hartman, Frank Marston,
James Dixon, M. E. Clark, J. C. Car-
ter, H. Muller, 0. G. Crona, Geo. W.
Clutter, Ed Hart, Chas. Mann, Louis
DanieCs, L. D. Guinot, J A. Bartley.
J. W. Dorr, J. M. Snowden, G. P.
Cause, D. M. Bowman, P. G. Care,
G. J. Morgan, R. W. Sublett, J. D.
Lambert, H. J. Bennett, J. S. Morri-
son, C. B. Langford, Chas. G. Johnson,
B. Nix, Peter Lindenstruth, John J.
Keefe, Gus Iitzen, Aebe Daniels, C. W.
Pfeiffer, Ashley Willis, G. W. Butler,
E. B. Morgan. G. R. Stanton, E. D.
Roberts, R. R. Beal, Geo. Dunlap, G.
W. Ball, H. Handrop, Wm. Davis,
;ohn Dixon, J. A. Williams, Joe Assel-
ford, E. G. Bontfay, I. Gugenbeim, G.
Giardina. N. Goldring, A. J. Anderson,
O. H. Smith, Robert Daniell, Wm. 8.
Ward, J. H. Pitta, John Massey, R. L.
Bratcher, D. W. Henderson, J. D.
Lamar, J. C. Green, M. J. Heinberg,
J. W. Hyer, F. C. Tompkins, W. IL
Hammack, W. A. Waters, J. Flaher,
F. C. Hecker, J. P. Dawson, Chas. W.
Andrews, Fredk. Gilmore, H. H.
D'Alemberte, J. L. Hurt, W. IC. Ke,
aler, Sidney Bell, C. H. Dishman, F.
r. Bingham, F W. Ball, C. F. Stew-
art, F. L. Barrineau.
The Journal Will Cover Came.
The Journal will have a complete
report of the trial each day as the
latter progresses. It will have a
stenographer continually In the court
room and all of the salient features
will be fully covered.

75 cents,
Odd and End Price.....

Cbilri 's Shoes.
Colored Kid Top, Pat. Vamp,
$1.00 and $1.25, Lt
Odd andEd Price..... 5

of every FIFTY CENT Corset in our stock without reserve: bo ~
white and colors, In girdle, shot, medium and long waist. Full run
of sizes.

Men's Oxfords. Men's Pants.
special offering of our cele- Eztra Special Offering of
brated Heywood Oxford for
man, about fifty pair,
$3. d 4.00, P Formerly
Odd and End Prce.. 2.0U While They r.st, only~, $

Men's 75c and $1.00 Negligee Shirts.
About fifty dozen in this unmatchable offering, made of best
quality Madras and French Percale, plain and plaited bosoms, in al,
Sises, 14% to 16%,
59c Clearing Price..59c..Clearlng Price 59c

Yours for Quality,

I W. J. & B. FORBES.

Atkins, Dollas Russ, Sam Atkins, '
John Peacock, Mr. Atkins and Know-
le We.Picnic Dance
After an excellent program of Bible
reading, praye-. music and recitations,
cf the evening was spent in games and
and other amubements. There were
piano and vocal due:s by Misses Flor- Country Fair
ence McClellan and Callie Russ, pla-
no duets by Misses Callie Russ and Elctrc Pt, Frdy, Auut I
Jessie Wood, vocal duets by Miss Ed-
na Yon and Dallas Russ, a solo by Under the Auspices of
Tom Yon, and songs by the whole as-' i m Tm e , at S lt.
Capt. Tom Yon is a genial host and J-18 OF SPORTS.
his charming sister, Miss Edna, is Foot R aes for Boys and Girl, Sacl
entertaining, and together they al- Race, Climbing Greasy Pole. ('ranr.n
ways make their guests feel at home. Eating Contest, Most Popular Laq
Sand Gentleman on Grounds. B.-s' La y
and Gentleman Dancers, Skating it.na
P D I (lest skater.)
HiIPLEY Peanut Hunt for Children.
Finder of Golden Peanut, p-'3
finder of most peanuts, prize; ,pe
I nut boody, prize.
Special to The JournaL Sports begin promptly a: 2 39
Oblpley, Aug. 12.-Raining for a va- (r.clock.
riety and it hab been giving us that Refreshments of all Idnds wit! be
kind of variety every day this week served at city prices. Music by Bar
and is promising the same variety for fos's Orchestra.
next week. The rain is badly damaging Admission, 25c; Children Under 12
the cotton crop. Some farmers have Year, Free.
had hay cut for a week and can't get Electric cars every 30 minu3-. La:e
it dry enough to haul in. dummy to the Navy Yard. Th1 c~-
The B. C; & St. A. R. R. is making mittee reserve; the right to ref,.l 3a-
baste slowly. They can't get labor. n:ission to objectionable parties.
The saw mills, planing mills, brick
yards and farmers are all complain- YOU AULI TO
ing of the scarcity of labor. There IVE YOUR HAULING TO
are hands enough but wages are too IYr no l fl
high The average negro will only Ll Il VC
work for enough money to spend.
When he received 60 to 75 cents per Thor. B. ThorseN, Prop
day he would work 5 to 5 1-2 days a
week Wheh h .gts $1.00 he will HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
work 4 days a week. When he gets
$1.50 he will work 3 days a week. If SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
he got $5.00 he would work 1 day in I BA AGE DAY OR N 1HT.
a week. The more wages he gets the
more time it takes him to spend It. PHONE 9.
We note that Jodge Porter is doing P.0. BOX, 17;
some good talking for West Florida,
but unfortunately he has little back-
ing in thia country. The people seem G r
to have more prejudice than reason.
A man in Marian4n has this to say:
"Jackson county Is solloiting immi-
gration frUom sthern states only
She does not care for these Northern
federal e qM. -bow me a Northern
immigrant who has been worth a hill
of beans to Jaoqson county." He The largest assortment of
signs himself 'ember Board of Pipes in the city. Big
Trade." Now when the Board of consignment jut received
Trade of-Jackton county, or any part and must be sold at once
of it rusaea into tbe papers to show to get them ont of the
rash prelnqda they need not expect way.
any Nortea capital, nd any man
that is t' ila l 4t beans will keep OCjn 61 b AN n1rT
away t ibe pl6l, after such a
r.otice. It i v at ortunate that SATURBATI Ti AT O'CLCK
citiseUs can't pull together fmo the
general goot. Fresh Bread daily and
W _freh Rossted Coffee. Ice
CREW NltI CL Cream and Cake orders
I eltibr the capstan. Jo or parties and wed4ings
Wor-V aosmatss of the apeclalty.
Pot. BL JSata B rara
tir ~i .s si pomsbie. for
e wNo ted by the
crew i; ,4 gi r I I* 4
S4.. !Vtac" i"16a. W. H I T E

.A. SL. .

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Ladlu'Strap Sppers and

$2.50, $3.00 and $3.50. eI 'e
Odd and End Price... sl~

Chldrn's Strap Sipprs.
F at. Jieather and Plain Kid,
$1.25, $1.60 and $1.75, R
Odd and End Price...... i7


(Colored Kid.)
(Colored Kid.)


I'ME .K"A OL A.1 JitE

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Clearing of Su



mmer Coods


nOW at ..

.......... .5 Tar

I El

now 10 Yards for ......

One Lot VOLESS. MOHAIRS and ALL 10-CENT FANS now .. .... 5c
for 20c yard, now FA w
Ten Yards for .. ........ ALL 20 and 25-CENT FANS now 15c

SUES. in plain and dot- ALL 25 and SKc EME IDrY, 1AS at
at .. .. .. .. .. .. ALL CALICOESnd 10 yds for 40c
............... ALL CALICOES 10 yards for 40c

at . .. .. ..







and worth $30 per dozen, Our Special Sale Price

10 cents Each or *1.10 per dozen.



GINGHAMS, worth 10c per
yard, Special, only .. .. ..6 ,6'

for ...... .. .. .......... $1.00
CALS at ............ ....7. c

dozen, now .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.35
dozen, now ........ .... ..$1.69

16 Ladies' Changeable SILK PETTI-
COATS, regular $6.50 values, your
choice at .............. .$4.98


______________I I I

OXFORDS that sold for #1.50
and $1.75, dfze. 8/ dto 11, mm
per pair, at ..............



$3.50 BUYS ANY ....$.. 6.00 SKIRT
$4.50 BUYS ANY .. ..$L.. 50 SKIRT
$5.50 BUYS ANY .. .. ..$7.50 SKIRT

$1.75 BED SPREADS at ..
$2.00 BED SPREAD at ..
65c TABLE DAMASK at ..
85c TABLE DAMASK at ..




Special tc The .ournal.
DefPn ak S;:::.- Aug. 12.-Mis
Kr.hr' ,:i, ' :isacola. is visit
in4 her c. '',. .,;m-.-Z Julia an(
M1r irai:.: i, D-uglass and family
a; :: v: ecral day
' ;" ,: ;'*- ;,'* r-., ,,il. h he'rv. return
S '.: i n Pensacola Wed
"', -- .'a Ik. VL.an. of Mont
- ':,'" .!. :. i' gucst or th(
M:- : T C' x. ,, M;ss Ella Calla
S. Pr Ti p;a. who ha& t1wr
.:. M n: II E. Wicker
a...,' o::- "o ('i:; ,(' Frilda where(
6 wI ; 't-rla and Anni(
_AI. 1..- I;av:. of Mobile. is her
C:. a : . Ins. Misses Mau
&: n,- Sa le: r-.
S.o ... and-um. ?.! s Ilee
",d, s ai. Mi Ei lh Skiies ar
- ... f, w :,;a at th, Guilf.
R>>. -t dCaskil passed
r '.h h.orT Tu say Tn l rollt, tIc
B~*,r-on.vi^,. N. <. wh.r- his farn
spending 'h,' 'u;inmmr. From

At Your

ThiF is 'he only opportu-
-ou will have to meet
-.* r..souLi:a:;-o of the
-kntu n NEW YORK
-. The

Kaln-Fdnberg Co.
:: o w. take your measure

Fall and Witer QCmhes.
H in1 is 'he mos: com-
r:t- Lha: wi:.l Lb shown
*'.r, ,Lis season. containing
:* ..'< patterns of all
.a'tst and up-to-date
SAsk to see the
W : 1 eaves,. the new--
1 among s:tyish. well-
imn Orders taken
I:- 1a:e or future de-
':.. will guarantee
an pleose you.
27th. 28th, 29th.

NeK to First National Bak.
Pensacola. Florida.


I there he will go on a business trip to
new York. '
Col. W. W. Flournoy spent Wednes-
day In Pensacola on business. M cD
Miss Julia MeSinnon has accepted
a ipo;tion as stenographer with Dan-
iel Campbell & So. Special to The Journal.
SW. A. Laird and family spent threat
days of last week at Crestview where McDavid, Aug. 12.-Mr. M. 0. Ba
-Mr. Laird has several business in- gett made a flying business trip to
d tcrests. Pensacola Tuesday.
Misses Callie and Willie Jean Lan- Mr. J. W. Campbell left Saturday
drum have as their guest Miss Julia for North Carolina, where, after ser-
s' Youinge. of Mobile. eral months absence, he will visit
I- The friends of Mrs. S. K. G4llis are home and friends.
1- cympa hiring w!th her in the death of Mr. Thos. A. Bowman and Mr. W.
her aunt, Mrs. Mary Dowling, which Nobles were among the visitors here
t- occurred at Ntwport. Miss., a few last Sunday.
e days ago. Mrs. Gillls returned from Miss Ada Davis Is the guest of her<
Newport last Thursday. .tnt. Mrs. D. P McDavid.
Miss Lumille Davis of Savannah. 13is Mrs. D. M. Carter spent Wednes-
n the guest of her aunts Misses Anna ra, with her daughter, Mrs. W. L
r-,an,' Belle Davig. hall., at Century.
C MIsF Sadie ''etrp. of Georgia, is Mr. J. Erne-r Williams of-Pensaco-
p visiting her uncle, Mr. B. W. Thorp. !r. is out for a few days visit to par-
I Mrs. J. A. McCall and family, ac- ents and friends.
e! companies by Messrs.,Burt Murray After a two week's visit with her
di and Ed Jewell, are at Greyton Beach. mother, Mrs. P. F. Pringle, at Pollard,
The property on the corner of Ne!- Mrs. 0. K. Bowman returned Thurs-
n son and Eighth streets owned by Mr. day, accompanied by her sister, Miss
e J. A. Donaldson. has been purchased Jessie Pringle.
i by Mr. J. J. McCaskill. Mr. D. J. Eaggett ancy Mr. T. J.
d Mr. Jas. A. McLean. owner of the Cushion, of Atlanta, were visitors here
o blilding now occupied by the B. P. yesterday.
. Morris Company, will make extensive Mr. and Mrs. Etheridge, of Slocomb,
n :improvement% on this property b' Ala.. arrived Wednesday and will
adding a second story and putting in spend several days on a visit to rel-i
an elevator for the use of the firm. attves and friends across the river.
The ice cream supper given for the
__enefit cf the Methodist church at
She residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. 0.
ROBINSON POINTT Gib.on last night was quite a success.
SDespite the inclemency of the weather
a large crowd v.as in attendance and
Sal report having spent a most ea
Special to The Journam. jvable evening.
Robinson Point, Aug. 12.-Mr. R.' .
Toma -elio spent one day last week in B
Pensacola on business for the comrn- BR
Mrs. Albert Lowell and son. Grover.
spent a few days this week with her "
daughter, Mrs. D. H. Allen. Special to The Journal.
Cap:. Farley came up a few days
ago to Inspect the light house and, Brent, Aug. 12.-We have haf. a
says he will begin to rebuild it at seasonable week for the fan ing 4n-!
once. iterests. The Mexican clover Is mak-
Mrs. W. B. Allen was visiting herring a fine crop. and. fall vaetablei
children here this week. are getting an early start.
The new school building has been I: is now time to discontinue the
completed and is quite an improve- planting of sweet-potatoes, and tpre-
ment to our ciry. :pare for putting in some small Irlsh
Mr. J. C. Hauson has Just completed potatoes for a thanksgiving crop.
q course in fileing and hammering If President Roosevelt can star the
saws and is now a frst-ciass flier. He spread of yellow fever the people of;
is keeping up the mill here during the Pensacola may rejoice as Dayton I ,
absence of Mr. D. I. Burgess, who doing over the return of their ."Cashl
is at home with a broken knee cap. Register" magnate from a tour around
caused from a fall at the mill. We the world. On Mr. Patteraop's return
hope to see Mr. Burgess out again the old log cabin was throws in
t;oon.io which he was born (down Is old Ken-
Bud Lewis. former sawyer of the' tucky)., and ten thousand peop!a feast&
Bay Point Mill Co., has accepted a ed on the fat of the land. It probably
position as sawyer here and reports surpassed the great demo.Stratloas
say he is a very fast workman. when Lafayette returned to America
The largest alligator ever seen in after the revolutionary war.
this section was killed this week at, Car loads of dressed chickens, tee
Yellow River., bout one mile from cream and luxuries galore wre :-.
here. Mr. Bush, a professional alliga- pressed in from every directioan-r,
tor hunter brought it here. It took gallons of ice cream were drawR frolm
four Winchester balldo1t 44 calibre to c'neinnati
kill it. Its length was 12 feet 4 Inches L"outs Morpurgo, of the-t* ec s
and It weighed 1100 pounds, and this Hotel i New York., 4 sage ti* few-
Si, no fish tale, either. t'val at "Far Hills;' and ad ted ta
Thousand "gests" in forty utes,.
i A lazy liver akee a ty man. Bar- Mr. Patterson displayed ~ s i
dock Blood BItters ts te natural, trope, and wlth srly allwa<
never m bmg rveae ftir-A by M Ir. latwern saes mtertalie bbIS fsis",

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speaking through a magaphone. He
Is greatly impressed with advice of
the Emperor of Japan for young men
to travel and learn from the other na-
tions. He sak': "I believe that we
ought to send all the public school
teachers and all the ministers on edu-
cational trips at public expense."
The,- parks an streets of Dayton
were put to shame 'by the beautiful
grounds and driveways in those heath-
en lands to which we are sending so
many misslonari'e! He thinks It will
he ttme to 41st8rlonrselves over their
relli0ous culture' hen "e edacate all
our people and get every man within a
Arthur W. Stephens, with his moth-
er and sister, ylsited at Cloptonia
7&st Sabbath. Arthur has seen a
'"wide world" since he left Peniaoola
on the steamer "North Western" at
the age of 14 years. He engaged with
the Standard Oil Company In Decem.
ber, 190, to run on the "wild seas"
In their coast and export trade, leav-
ing Jacksonville on the steam tug
'Standard" for Philadelphia, since
which time he has been through the
old world on one of the largest ves-
s*ls engaged In handling Rockefeller's

occupied. The empty trave was auit-
ably marked, which contained his re-
malna until the Bone-y-part was for-
glven and allowed to return to Prance.
We are pleased to learn that Prof.
Ailen is lmpaovhig rapidly at Milton.
Miss Laura Herrington is visiting
Rev. Braeedle's family at Roberts.
"The FIee at the Window" is a
three act play, which the Brent Social
Club has elected for their entertain-
ment of Axqguft 23rd.
The opealni scene will be "Nigger
Moae and his Intended wife, Dinah
"The Arkansas Traveler" will be a
oonplcuouas Sure In the big two hour
"role" o1 f-m-after which refresh-
ments wil be served for the benefit
of the church.


peesia to The Journal.

pease. Apalachloola, Aug. 12.--Joseph Zin-
From Philadelphia he left for Japan garllis spending a few week in
on the 8th of August, 1903, aboard the New York.
B'rittli bark "Iyndhurst"--eghtlng Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Gibson are spend-
the coast of Australia-but making no Ing a few days In Columbus, Ga.
landing for 175 days. when Japan was Mrs, i. I,. Will, after spending sev-
safely reached, with ninety thousand eral weeks pleasantly with friends au
case of oil. Phoenix, Ali., returned home Monday.
They afterward entered China, and Mis Stake, of Jacksonville, is vis-
thence to Java. From Java to Amer- ting her siater, Mrs. Geo. Solomon.
lea they only stopped at the Island of M r, I Coleman, of Stillmore, Ga,
St. Helena, where Napoleon Bona- ig vistitng hbl brother, Mr. ILR B. Cole-
parte's "private" residence is now us- man.
Mr. R. I Laton and wife, of Monti-
cello, are avong the visitors this
Mr. and Mr. John Ruge have gone
E ~A `,K, north for the summer.
A moot delightful trip to the gulf
ITC MES AND lBURNS Tuesday evening was enjoyed by
Ti return of warm weather mu a Mlasnes Fedor Floyd, Vera Johnson,
return o tortme to Ectema safrers. Sarah Patton and Irene Murat, Messrs.
The blood ias charged with burni Warrea,. & Montgomery. H. John-
and acrid matter which is forcetothe t a-* Joe Spar. chaperoned by Mrs
surfce through the pores and glands, M. Ha aban. The party left the city
formting pustuleswhichdischarge a sticky at 6;:0 p. m. and returned at eleven.
fluid, and the itchiug is intense. Mrs. N. IHanahan returned home
last Saturday after a most delightful
The 4etow ad 1 had puas trip to New rfleaSs, from there going
itwom~ break ouatin ato t Sprinp, Ark., and then to New
Or as eAr1 ;ce ruwa Yk to visit ?el(lves. She was away
thr a pofflavtaiff the saw .e" zoa4ths.
and e I was torm.at
Ito d b nbu baS .r The Becreation Pier Is quite a pleas-
e of d-t ve sAs. ant resort string the hot weather.
,url time atot th* Mr. M ough ft the Morey Construe-
ini t ma B w*tee. tie Company, gave a delightful trip
. a t t tt t be. to the gulf Sunday on the tug "Lot.
wo. as sTo S eonatLS S ti." Quite a larog party were in-
sa oonaf the *p vlted.
,e beM.' he handsome yacht Marguedar,
*an *br* Gn oI t f (pt. Walcot. going from Mobile to
15 O i:.MV A.r5 -W Grnrille, Conn., anchored in the
etmmti the disease is in the ,dr A aicohl .river few days this
skin but the case is the sae-bh dredge omas ern
in te blood. Salves, cooling washes, ws taoweld f.wr Mkbile by the tusg
powdes and the like can doe S ,ing "Nimrod" ad "Lpals" and reached
se tha relic"v the itching. be M ier last h'eay. The dredge will
they do not 2ach the acid.-laL blood" dag out axbout.OO cubic yards in
the seat of the trouble. 3. 8S. cueai tl* channel whlih connects the lower
cmaamsad all skin diseasesby aestral' thorap with W. 'Pass. for which
VinlE the acds and carryg tnhem cotrt $ 00W i available.
through the proper channels. When Mias a Fowler give a delghtful
S. 8. 8. ha doe this the symptoms cut ng to party 4of her friends last
is awq, the blood is c d and m Tuesday op the trf ECva. The day
the disees iwM waspe .at Capt. eowler's camp,
cared pe flAU1 ng, ioati. ait all had a Jolly
M Matly. NUY -Bd time. The yo*tg folks returned
lug t at 7 P. ut,. They all pronounced Miss
Ss s prom= i7 l0 La meet chatrmtg hostess.
U YUEL ETAL L diseases as If every-
S5. ,an-"d (i RItChI.W Never mnd if n TY
atthe aianate acts as atonic to theeo .t ,.C te to cure you. Try
Teqtees nBo*koSkis Disus saM aI 9 I I On !o failure thera
ya esim a"i, witlct charge. tA ..td sor
M1 GroWI P iWA S@" R L B @ VIfNiM. WANT AM.






Prescription Filling
Is one part of the drug business which I should imagine would be
of Interest to every customt:- of a drug st(re. Not because t is
anything wonderful, this being able to compound a doctor's pre-
scription without making an error, but the wonder of obtaining
these delicate chemicals, where they come from, the change that
takes place in the compounding, and a thousand and one things
of Importance to health and life in the proper handling of what
at first may appear a simple prescription. For instance, the mix-
of Antipyrine with sweet spirits of nitre, as all pharmacists knIow,
makes a compound which would probably cause death if given in
doses as large as might be given of each alone. For a druggist
to attempt to mix turpentine, sweet oil and sulphiric acid in a
bottle would result in an explosion and the ruining of his clothing
of nothing'worse happened. Speaking of Antlpyrtne, It might he
of Interest to the customer to know that since the patent on Anti-
pyrine has expired it can be bought at a very material redu.tlim.
from their old price of $1.40 an ounce. But with Codeine Sulphate
at $3.80 an ounce, Hydrastine from $1.50 an ounce to $19.56 ans
Ounce and Homoatroplne Hyt robomate at $168.00 an ounce and1
these chemicals being press ribed by your physician your breath
would be taken away occasionally by the price of a preseript om.
However, it has always been my aim to compound prescrip-
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 all my life
and each year am making an effort to serve my customers better
than the year before.

Let Us Fill Your Prescriptions.

Phone 19.

Drn^Ut and Apothecary. 121S. & al p .

Ox CAerw Trouat

Consumers' lee and Fuel Company.
Office-Corner Chase and Tarragona. Phone 259.

John Masey.

Jackson Brando0.

IL A. ama.

Pensacola Electrical Company
Cor. Tntendencia and Bell Phoe,
Baylen Sts.
No jib to big or small for ua We do work in any part of t. e
eity and also outside the city.

Walter S. elooton,
General Dealer in

BIcycles, y de Smndries

and fitffings.

Iron Sates, Cash Registers, Type
writers, Guns. Pistols. Locks a",> Un
brellaa repaired.
Lawn Mowers, Scissors, i- y,
ets., sharpened. :
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when In a hurry to m aW agem

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"U AOON "Talk about refugeeing from yellow
SBy C. C. Packard, In The Toledo LoOrler-Jowal.u L jack In 1905," said a guest at one of
-----I -'= Jacksonville's hotels Sunday, to the
C U R E Jacksonville Times-Union, you ought
to have run uam against the game In
Selma, Ala., July 5. 1905.-I am to- Evansville, Springfleld, in Delawarei 1888. It was fierce.
da in receipt of a letter from a north, and in New Jersey, it is not a diffiul) "When the yelloww jack broke out'
W ILL CCU R E ern friend asking "why do you stay in prophecy to make that the north if In one of the inland towns of Florida,
that hot country this hot'weather; why- coming to have an understanding of I was assisting the agent at one ofA
not come north, wheri it is cool' what "white supremacy" means, and the railroad lines. Of course there
S And as I read that letter I saw by the why the black man is it no sense a it' was nothing doing in railroad business
any case O f telegraph that Pittsburg was boiling running partner for the white one: : t hat town then and my services
and had twenty deaths from heat in And as the black plague spreads over' w: -r not required. Something whis-
a single day; that people. and animals the north this condition Is certain to pE lid in my ea,- that I had better 'git'
ID N E Y were dropping dead in New York city; increase. And burningsand hanging and I I'go t was just nine miles and
that the mercury was far up at Chica- Imultiply. I am not defending; merely three quarters from a pay day 'and I
go, Detroit. Cleveland and Buffalo. making a guess at the future had not a bank account in those days.
OF And saw in a copy o a Toledo "Worn Out nds." Beating my way on the train was arn
paper which fell into my hands an' epsy matter man;
editria sib relint m the w itern But to return to the south We esy matter. Any good railroad man;
editorial squlb relating tat the writer .. ..n ean do that, unt hustling among the;
had "tossed and tumbled and swtedread of "worn out lands." Do ouan do that, moneut hustling a stampede ong t
B L A D D E al nihts' and of the sweltering con- kow what that means. Merely tat, boys for money during a stampede of,
B L A D D E R all nihts and of the sweltering con- hwhat h shud ea h kind is iik's looking for diamonds'
ditions there. And reca'lel that, for;year in and out, for a hundred year.hat kind is looking for iaons'
the five summers I had passed in the perhaps, the same soil has yielded the n1 Florida sanr .
south--much of them as far south ai same crop. And, until within a few; "I traveled ior Atlanta, and in due!
thiEA SE pointI hae never slept a night recent years when artificial fertzer course of ti in Atlanta I arrived.
through without need for cover ere ~'1 e come into use, without a single it was rather late in the sea:ton then
morning came, nor known of a single iounce of manure. How long, think and I wore o.nly a light cotton suiti
that is cause of sun-stroke or heat attack iYU, would the best farms in Ohio Cf clothes, something like crash, only
throughout this entire region. Why yield with such treatment? There i it was not of as good quality. I like e

e breeze. And still here, in the very;it; retreats, shame-faced, as though t cent drink out of the $2 bill which
t e r c heart and core of the "B!ack Belt" this knew it was a eg way from home. constituted my assets. I walked out
fact remains true. As a result you may ride or drive feeling poor but lordly.
SIndeed, it is a mystery how much we through the entire stat* of Alabama, "But my bad luck was yet to come.i
of m edicin e, get of politics and artless discussion and you will not see a single big bar! Walking down one of the principal'
of intricate matters, and how little we Or at least not as n am u mro to be t'boroughfares of the town I saw a sign.
n o really know of our own land. For in. found in one township o doAcas er un- #bout as big as a barn. At the top of
N stance, fertile land, well located, adja- ty. As a normal result, thee is no the best show poster I ever looked
Scent to thriving and prosperous cities, central place where the stock gather, upon were the words 'Wilson's Min-
located on splendid made highways- It runs wild in the winter tme. It !a stels.' Could not miss that. And
m ed i I equal to the best' stone roads which nei other housed nor fed The manure so I paid out ct the $1.80 I had left
m ednepenetrate Lucas county-and wel wa- i ated. could ot be otberwee. $1 for a ticket to see the show and sat
tered with pure, soft water, Is now toAd the cattl e ame aologles. In a lnd n the dress circle. Still game, I went
a lbe had at from $5 to $m0 per acre! ;o splendid pasture; of unexcelled wa- to the Kimball house and paid out
can dol m hore. This land is cleared and fenced ana ter; with a climate whicn does not try 75 cents for a bet and and had 5 cents
ready for the plow; is located n animals in the summer beyond that for coffee in the morning.
Montgomery county Ala. Montgom- which our cattle endure, and where the '" couldn't make a turn in Atlanta
WAS rnG IP TO DIE. ery is the capitol of the state, a citv winter affords them no trouble, Wit is ad decided to take a peep into ole
o' 50,000 inhabits. The county has only within a few short yearg three Alabam' just for luck. I landed In
B. Spiegel, 1204 N. Virginia St., 1 0 miles of made roadways, over!'or four-that the lightest attention one of the principal towns In that
Evans ille, Ind., writes: "For over five every mile of which an automobla' has been l given to beet'-cttle growing, state and got a job. I was at work at,
years I was troubled with kidney and can be driven with as lttile disturbance Now it is comnrag p fotr dcussaion. the telegraph key the next morning
bladder affccions which caused me much as would occur were i passing out iHerfords, Short Horn aa, with only roseate prospects ahead.
and won. I los: flesh and was ll Collingwood. Aberdeen Angus, and Devons are be- when what should turn up but the
parn doand word a ear ago had to e uIng brought down from the north with entire vigilance committee of the town
abandon work entirely. I had three of The Black Belt. whilc to improve the native stock, to demand my Immediate evacuation
the best physicians who did me no good And this land is situated in the heart Sloly, to be sure, for here is another of my Job and my retreat out of the
and I was practically given up to die. of the Black Belt. trouble. The "tick fever" fatally at. city, giving me the privilege, of course,
Foley's Kidney Cure was recommended "But hold on," I bear my reader say tacks these northern animals. And' of reserving my arms. But I was
and the first bottle gave me great relief, "who wants to live in the Black Belt kills them. I saw a herd of fne Short put next by a wise one and would
and after taking the second bottle I was surrounded by niggers." For, ifor all H6rn animals near West Point, Miss., not go. They could not force me to
entirely cured." our plenteous charity for the black last summer, owned by Col. F. A. b- leave the city after eoe I .jas in that
TWO SIZES, so A L man and brother, none of us wish to bott of this city. There ere between place, and I made the point with my
O MsIs, S. .00. 'tie up close to his reeking personality. 500 and 600 of them, end All real head up In the air. Things looked all
SBut that is quite another feature' beauties. But Ool. Abbott told me right then and the mayor patted me
SCof the discussion. What I started to that when he laid the foundIatt g of on the back. 'You aTe a game fellow,'
f T write is, that I'd be willing to wager the herd a dozen years lace, he lost' he said. 'I like yodrnerve. There is
a fine Klondike mine e against ermorethan half of all he brgt dow. something to you.' This as we were
Cleveland's patriotism, taat not ooein But he hab perslsted, talsl: ldft has leaving the o4ee -;of. the mayor,
GULF C r a hundred will know that the Black hi reward. Last wlb~~tr ciar-d of wbither he had wandered to discuss n
a i. e Belt of the south does not, primally, his cattle fetched the top price for 'my case. Continuing, the mayor said: h
mean that that particular stretch of the week at Kansas Oity, averaging. I 'Just make yourself at homeold chap, n
country is densely inhabited by neo believe, something above 1,690 pOuds and don't worry about what anyone i
lgroe, but that he oil is ric ad each. says.' ,
Cle ANiON & DyI blacd eT hte ofVlro ry.eC str Ab thteayo to e a o o
W works y in and out, frn so4e know o In West iswie. t or a b 0

adi Oes Pand isno pasd i oe rooues tr t a ^I thought that a last I had a f ende aI
r sE long. A matter f fa ct the Black When I frst vo visited Wmesda. a of ncose whe he invited mt it
Belt of Alabama esould oe termed the ealthonnthenoath&isean y TM s fidn et ootit g-a andtdo-n t o at- f
EMBE RSHIP l o ahasmn oand Re E Sw te.e Pr doa I for a drive that afternoon I accepted P
SP RATES 100 PER Black Land Belt. si do l t is chely wa Stt d to me as' a abtsolt e d t hte t1- itato.- ou to hrav I caght- H
MONTH. p populated by black folk; in s tm e cases ththe average weight d a t h *ale f e nvitae at ousg t t hav canst a
Ladies and Gemn's Clothiln cleased, far more than 16 to 1;st beut te iand tte t state twr bpnt 6At a wern d d .of the t a nce. t
dyed and repaired. Goods called f r is black. It enter sthe state at the poUds. In facts the t hea o streets behind a beaneOf black span. ci
lnd delvered. south astern border and extends dieg new com er e was stwree se ti w a o. uh tereasthe inwhtr
ABELL & FINCH, PROP&, sum 'a "Ms UP" "tI-atomuhnersdInwt
ABELL FINCH, PO onally across, cont atinuing thronh Mis- with was te Tgravely asoteds r State. Idrd myird lu to heked sc h
140 E. Government St ispPI until the great riter of hatmeint that the only roftebea oro as I ctoa d my gnod ather to eed sch
Phone N o. 163. Pensacola FLa..eane is reached. It is from three to'to make on one oAft ese dSlindtlve a ii. ed a rathe as a I T
thrty miles ide. and possesases a Florida co*s was too'ros here c al R t I tdas fond ar, ut w
soil not srreas ed thb bottom lands loomotive! Wet P~ a, your 'map s l of a sudden, that Mayor jer
of Egypt, Illinois or the world-famous will advise you, is gg ,aly a n a sden, h at Mayor jerk-
GRIST AND CORN MEAL MILLS delta of the Yazoo Valley, which itself, fair part of Alabama, msis6 pertta, ed thee eam pto a ful stop; .oaok fi
--eh.mp tu-,, ,- produce s te t -- dst of a here,'ee s nih- ou --in d ...n.oh ofe
S. ir. GONzALUZ & CO, ProP. is not surpassed In fertile resources to this article. : ,' e auit, poe. too. fence; at
Mfa M turen by Egypt of old. And this Black Belt One of the most com n t*ms met 'that fence marks the city limits. Now n,
CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GROUND land of Alabama is not an unhealthy in the sotth is "Cow pat" This, i get out of this buggy and don t you at- ,
STOCK FEED. spot. It is admirably drained the many caseea has come o tmpt to return to the city.' I might t
Buy your mea and stock feed tro foothills of the Cumberland stretch of a town or cross-read. I is the e- have made a fsb of It had not three I,
the home m---facn~--er01. e mg s down to its borders, while its entire suit of pennii t at t or fouripretty usky fellows showed f,
home industry. contribute to home surface is penetrated by divers rivers, same central point they w~edm up from behind that same fence. I tll
labor, and leve.7our moey 1 a 0ar creeks, brooks and streams spring-fed Ien to the landings ona the streams or saw ltat a glance and decided to t
city. in most cases, which offer at once good Guli from where they wwe shipped to walk on. I had to walk to the net P
drainage and excellent water. i consuming points. These. spots remain stations anere hired out to cook for t
This land-i wish I owned some of exceedingly fertile, after Years of cmop. aIrahtrd gang .at e 20 per month. o
oIt but I have no single acre so hay'-p1g, and today shlt where wl- Rioht inthere I stand until I could returSe
safely be credited with a desire to were "penned' long before the wa. I to good old Florida. Talk about your
hirr Troubles write the simple truth-will produce saw last week. In the midst of a at refugeeing now. You heard nothing of
Sliti I rOUD~two crops each season. This cannot feld of growing cotton a "pen" whrlere- mosquitoes in those da. It was shot
be helped. hey will come. You do on the cotton was growing with such guns and knives without sympathy."
Cured Unrm not have to gather the crab grass har vigor as to mark the outlines of the
U~~~lCUe ncl.which follows, corn. oats barely or any original enclosure..-rO.. ... ....
cultivated crop. But. if you will it will But, while intensive ftrming and O. nitogen rm. the .atmosphere and tu i
Srepay you to the extent of from one tatlon of crops will reetore Say of the lye back that which te plants h'ave
nd .one.hal to two tons of hay .to the so-called "worn out" land t- en. areover is t b known
A nagging wife, a furnace acre. hay which will rival in succul- other methods, infalUble end eay of member of this family Ohio; in th
t won't draw, a perverse ee the best red top ove o a pervee ee the red top oe or tim- application, which wll aomplta the outh thecow pea vee be ber
collar button are drawbacks to othy grown. And if you wish, you same result. The verbal L me re ca moves and memo
a man's morals and a mellow may reap thrice and even four times will accomplish this ault on the poor. = Omomsthe t ,if ,p105-,.
dispostfon. between January 1 and December 31. jet, most washedout land, a within I have seen a feld which was ,abso-
But a Shirt that doesn't fit if you will give heed to due sequencea single year. What are leguaew ? lutly Worthless from long continued
does more to rack his nervous of crops. The nitrogenous plants whleh tihe n croPPin wit cotton returned to its o
system and make a mental and I_ ___pristine vigor in a single season by a
moral wreck ol him tbaa all of Wasted Opportunities. ' being sown with cow peas and the
the other troubles put together. It is impossible for one used to crop turned under. The next year a
The only redeeming feature the ways which obtain on the shores flne crop of corn was made. The vel-
about a baa' Shirt is that It is of Lake Brie to understand how these n aaa..--f_ vet bean Is a Japanese plant, Irt
easy to get rid of and stay rid numerous opportunities exist and are s aIw [Lly n brought hither s a vine for adorn- a
of it. We hae plenty of docile, not taken advantage of by those now I .It i a prodigious grower; a ot

t frienly, obedient, peaceful living there. To fully explain this T e great producer of humus. It will ab-
Shirts that a man learns to love would require ore space than is The Hom solutely cover and hide the land; will
for the ptlesure and comfort offered by your entire issue today. And climb tumps and trees, its roots pene
they #ve him. the knowledge of these facts, aod of Th al trating deep into the lghtest sand,
The new patterns are indeed how little they e understood in the all. while its broad leaves gather in the ni- -
eaodenoe. Come, skim the north. is what offers Interest. If It troen and hold it for rejuvenation of
senm while the stock is fresh. wel possible for the nearly 5i000.0001 m the soil. It is a lon season plant, re-
7".s may L ,#e quiring some seven months to come.
50c, $75c, $1.00. people who live ir Ohio to know pre- at little -8 squiring some seven me ths to come.
closely what are te conditions from epe to maturity, while t* cow pea
Sthe Ohio river to Perdido bay, therp with a fe well flourishes as far north as the Tennes-
w would be an end to race troubles and framed pictas on see river valley. With the aid of these
mayhap to much of the labor annoy- the bare wali. legumes all of this land can be made
Usa Pay MorO? ance. For those now discontented: un- WE FRAME PlGTURS jUST immoenely fertile and a4 so small cost
W ore able to acquire land at high values, as to appear ridiculous.
could easily proeu an ewxitence where I AS YOU DIRC ., An Alabama Experiment.
thq can lyv out of door every one of An experiment in which many
the 3w days of the year, and where we ca L.. northern people are financial inter-
&W r_ Gdens each of the twelve the U ro. BeloRt Ala. a few mile from Selma. :
t .h w --B--- .I 'The proposition is that benevolent
liingfac the orn with hirt- northern people giv edmoney; this is l-.
C H C TH-s pro waS to t .,i I ted in land, and in tu sold to t
Phone 297 S w$ion f 0% MBe|B BOOK -on "SSTe pay.
.Pbme 297_ tao 1 dat* DGI I This cost is basd&ona the ivii*
ouer dt In _am had almk to tif value of the land, w ih is aboq
W n H min PWaxto. do Wih It I Ve my me I N C6 IM6 (M. 3Ia $2.50 per acre per annum. Thus, Ty
h -s -t -wia W atoWt of S per acre, the p-
IBM *a fC e". 00 Amatr+rftsi evwi tke 'I1


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amazing volume of wealth will seem a .
recommended by Analyss tiny stream compared with that w.hweh W. ai n, N rpn0etv
Ar recommended by Analysists and w ill whiten the waters o the Mexican
ctorss ir their purity and excellence. Gulf an, Caribbean Se, and which MEATS AND VEGETABLES, Pl..
e that you get ,will center along the B. sores of the TRY AND GAME It SEASON.
Isthmus of Panama. Michigan'sgreat RY AND GAE SEASON.
Mitchel8l Whiskies senator, Zac.ariah Chandler fough
long and vigorously for the ship canal FREE DELIVERY.
through which pass the ships oFREE DELIVERY.co
d don't be persuaded to take any mece as they go p and through ON MANAG
her the Flats, just above Detroitt When JONES, MANAGSE
that fight was belbg made, there waz PHONE 895.
'?Corfs Building, Preesen Row, one set of locks at the Sault. When a
Liverpool, England. larger was planned 1me stood aghast
Sat the chimera. Now a still bigger
S .one is there, and across the way the
-..... G eCanadians have a huge one In opera
F. M. WILLIAMS, I ton. And as through the lef summer, G
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, days the great ship e co mne pa,6
Ocee. Brosnaham building naest up and down, *nd wealth is generated IWe invite you to ee
to Pensaeola Business Collge n fabulous qu U esa there is shown our
Ptmpt attention alwasy give a mre franiet of what will tranpire
to sses. Peasaola Fla when the Big DIMt Wi t operation. Leather Card Cases
-- 4 In that whis the Pteama canal I. and Purses
-ite min progress, trft, development a Pr-s
and growth, t4e aOO wil bold the the very best that :ha
I-r stt the DIo's share SoqtBern cities best makers in th'
:will grow m Bvekno y-Nw Orleand country can produce
!, L Ais now next toNew York as an export' ,
I - 1 U- .'point. Trunk lines wr!l double their I2S, 7S,
r I- d I;tracks-. And the double them aga i $1.00 and W$1.0.
For a mere somag is now ad.'.
,The south t s tl. an era of
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Household Linens,

hstlnh, PiloAw Casm, Tfwels, White Spreads

For One Week, Commpnicing Monday, August 14th, at 8:30 A. M.

Every Housekeeper in and Around Pensacola Should be
Interested In this Sale.


WHITT SPREADS, 78x90, for ....... ..1.15 CREAM GERMAN DAMASK, 72-incr .69 CENTS
WHITE SPREADS, 85x90, for ......... ..$1.85 CREAM GERMAN DAMASK .......85 CENTS
WHITE MARSEILLES, 78x86, for ..........5 BLEACH DAMASK, full line, ranging
WHITE MARSEILLES, 80x86, for .. ...$3.00 in price from ...........25c to $2
CRIB SIZE SPREADS, for .........75 CENTS All to go at Reduced Prices at this sale.

All Fancy Linen, Plaid, Hemstitched and Emb. Scarfs and Squares.
Scarf Sizes, 18x27 to 18x72. Squares, 8x8 to 55x54.

50 Pieces Fancy Ribbons, WhitGroundEb 25c

Last Sacrifice Sale of CANVAS SHOES. We have sold many pairs in the last two weeks and we are
going to sell as many more next week. Price is no object-they must be sold.

A Sale of Mens Shirts, strictly $1.00 Values, No Seconds 6
Se Window, This Sale Only

Ladies', Men's and Boy's Bathing Suits, For One
Week At Cost.

Why Not Take Advantage of This Special Sale ?



amed, the black man may own his income per acre does not matter. The
ome. The superintendent confidedno tenants of corse, do not care. And
me that the great obstacle they meet the county suffers. So the Beloit
a the total shiftlessnes% of the negro. proposition is based on a real service. E I LL W FEVER
de will not care for tomorrow. He But it seems doubtful it it can be
was noe of the home-hunger cor- worked out, solong as the negro is de-i d ...vN fo
non to the white-skinned man. While ended on to serve. eed Have No Teor for Yo r.
t is claimed by those in control that An Era in Progress.
progress sl being made those who The isthmian canal marks an era inB A R in'ft
ve in the vicinity insist that while southern progress. With the big ditcli!0 B s U IBessing
e plan has bee n n operation not less cut there will be accomplished that Mlankid
ban a dosen years It is doubtful if a which Columbus sitled west to d0:- to iVdnllkllQ
mry a year hee gone into possession cover 400 years ago; a short cut to the THE ONLY
f a home. The base of the propel. Orient. And the Orient today is a THE POSITIVE
on is hat, owing to.lr lae d hold- vastly bigger propolstio. than it was PREVENTIVE AND
Me qthe is developing a s.vstem of when the shallops of Columbus cut
absentee landlordim.' The planter loose from the shores of Spain. With 'C l Tr T"I K
ho owns from 1,000 to 20,000 acres the hommere of the world diverted
ndn an oes rent it to e through the Carribean Sea and the
os at a sum per year which a- Ouit of Mexico there will be a new
nds hIm a handsome income. He Mediterranean which he cvilia-
nd his family then remove to the ,. wi,_.. ............ .
arest taown or ct of e, and the tian which is ajive with the cotton gin, ONL
rm-elat atowonls turned over to the tetile weaving mache, the tele ONLY 50 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
-e tender meries of the noat and phone, the telegraph-wireless now-
s- blackamomrce Nothe- i norn and the wonders which have followed
msy blackamoor. Nothing is done, the introduction of steam, will unite SOLD AT NICK
rom e o year o o n e ter ..OLD AT NICK AiOnc're tRhf
lity of the soil; all efort is directed to cover the waters of tht part of the .. .
ward wriningfromthland helast world with a business before which TAURANT.
olesble outcome, and, year by yearIall that is past will seem ins gnificant.
e property falls in value. But the The wonderful country which lies on
owner t has so much that a slightly less the western ahore of South America; Manutactured by
Ss s that country which Pisaro found reek-
ing with gold and wealth, will waken BO80 MEDICINE MANUFACTUS
and join Its splendid advantages in the ING COMPANY.
mm'Wlr u C. I 0 )stream of trafc. The West Indies ... .O.PA*.
MIV I mr I l Ihave been seized by modern hands and PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.
NI ITC LI V those islands, fit type for the Hefi
perides will help swell this mammoth
famous Scotch and Irish a s the Sa l te. Mare a |||f iet any M\
en stream of wealth surpassing allI
Or has ever known. re ne rst n and tndnia.
W nu Equarter of this century has passed that


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oSOLAta--APhotoscoe ftor sale at ON

Would Youo: e.,cot WHOARE FORSALE0. O.
Smoker. Owne- leaving country. Ap- We have $10,000.00 wilah we can loan Ia anamua Li
ply H. V. Garland, Hospital, Ft... $ .... 5000.00 up, at 7 ad 8 per cL, according to si~e ot loan.
S rancas. 13taus.w. interested took over this. ir you do -
Like rancas. l not want to buy, probably you have
Like o e a GROW GIN N Large profit e proprt yot want to sell. We 4 PoM house, rents $7.00 ........ 00 FOR SALE
Room in your garden. Roots for sal. wl sell k. 2 ho s rating $10.00., Onestory dwelling on corn- lot ea east Hill, rents a
and let us be your clerks? Did you ever stop to think Write today for literature. Bucking- 4eat00 8 houe, renting mont.....hly $96.00 per yer ......... ......................... 00.
bow the banker makes his living? You're saving your ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesville, 0. 1800 160000 Two dwellings on large corner lot North Haye street rent
money in a savings bank. It lay there ix months to 13aug3mos. 4 lots well located on W. i oa st Hill t .o a year .. .... .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 750
get any interest, an -, then, only possibly 4 per cent. corner. (yew).................. 1500 00' Desirable piece of Water Frot opety, lot 65 by 160,includ-
Banker can't do ally -etter, as "he must put that money FOR SALE-Beautiful new mandolin. g -room ctta ... wharf charter. It .0 at once.... .... ...... ..$8000.
*o work." He put, it out on wnat? No. 1 mortgages on First cost $35.00. Very cheap. 12 4 houses reSnting monthly 8Two dwelUag, on Wet Zarragossa street, good renters.. ..1250
real estate at 6 7 and 8 per cent. East Government St 8auglw W. Belmont St. 3ho $3.0 .................... 1850 00 70 acres-owland n Powelton F. onvennt to railroad: $ 250
bay window, good repair; rents $60. 10 lots, New City, overlooking. .. . . . .
AUTO-Only run four months. Good bayou..................1750 00 on ...
Cant You Do Like te a ? as new. Finest bargain insecond- 1 block, nea Orphan's Home 800 00 Desirable piy wi l t e P
hand machine ever offered. See Dr. rooms an all, new and 3 lot on 4-room house W. Roman .... $ 850 00i street, r
Let us show yea. Pensacola real estate is best possible Pilps* Room 4, 7% Patoox 2aglm corner West End; bargain. Real Estat BSought and Sold. Rents Special Advertisement
security. We're posted and know. We can sell you real FOR SALE OR RENT-N2w modem $750.00 Colected.. Money Loaned. One of the prettiest building lots on desirable corner on North
e-.ate or negotiate loans for you. two-story residence, good nelghbom -Hill, with Southern exposure, 187 feet by 150 feet, must
__ood East Hill. near cars. A. C. Bink. 3 lots S. Corner, blk. 206 N. C. be sold at once .4000.
ley. Thiesen building. Saugl w These are the best located lots that I .........................................
ORUprt Kimba section and are worth more money. LLI L Ow S
Pensacola Investment Co. forsale cheap. Apply 1304 W. Go Palafox, Fisher Buildingso
A .. W m F I N M~q i ermment St. 4aug1m* 2 lots and 2 houses on Water Pront LEADING REAL ESTATE, RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS,
W. L KOWLES, es. LL SMSf S FOR SALE--KI llthe germs of fever- near Perdido. MIs Cot. Palafox a Garden Streets.
J.L. STfI VA&lres. m, 6 9 M t. KMWM m M ra, asrer. Ioraler a barrel of slack lime to-day. $1100.00 TRUNKS, DR SUIT CASES, VA
now af, to^ r0.>1 li, ,.> Phone 367..4-uglm TRUNKS, DRBS_ SUIT CASES. VA. ,
215 South Palafox Street, Pense la, Florida. Splendid 4 room cottage, 242 I. LISES AND GRIPS, all thoroughly -
..215 S....th ...x -t . 'lenacola. Flori. ,NFR SALE-A qua-ter block l N Chase St., newly papered, good and promptly repaired, at F. Bruc's DAILY SCH DUL
Maio W, o .ln 5 I5lot S, with l 2ge estment or home.- big repair shop. Seadthem down. D IR E ,

OI ak trees on same, very conveniently $2500.00 w r team
wanted a -- Imains and sittuated in excellent neigh. 7 room 2 story N. Spring St, b- tulnng and repairing. Guarantee RAILW
S, ,,uation wanted WAN.TED.-Young man, about 18 bortood. 'To a quick purchaser wil tween Gregory and Wright. satisfacton. 17 years experience. J. There will be a meeting of this AY CO.
S 'i or boat. Address A. ears old, to work la grocery store. sell cheap. Address P. 0. Box 52,. Onmmd Scott, 244 Gregory. 28Jullm* body on the first and third Wednea Trains leave Pnsacola for the
S \ Cervantes St. Address in own handwriting, stating City. laug2w' 13300.0 days of each month at 7:30 p. m. All Bayou, Big Bayou, Warring
.salary wanted. P. 0. Box 164, City. 82 story, coer ta .and aGULAR MAIL UN-Good convr. delegates are requested t4 be pres- Navy Yard, and Fort
YI iDLE-AG.D WOAN-T .-Perter. Apply Monday OR AT tN 1.3 loc ed d painted. Owners leave ing city AW ,Eley eIhtipL.. S eereary. R:50am Aar t. Baraca 1
s. pply 320 N. Ba' morning to Singer Sewing Machine Apply to A. M. McM4tllan, Court Hous. desire quick sale head. Address J. M. T le, Cple, m ar Ft. Barranas 1
11,ug~t Co., 12 W. Garden St. laug.lt*s laug L e 34m. 12:5 pm ar Ft. Barranas 1
. . ^ -^ -^ .S.. .A.."A M e M H16 00 3 :.... Op m a r F L B a rra n ea 4 "
V,. .. TO BUY second-hand sate, WANTED.-Any person to distribute . STAT, Penacom Lodge o. 3, o P. 6-:.s ar F. Barranc, 7
J, ......:zc. Address, safe, care our samples; $18.00 weekly, steady.0 O TO N for ,ll a m a. I rom, hwln edmeetsevery Mon
.d,. ag2w MgrEmie"s4 ell St-8, Chcago, l itrle rooms, newly) papered and plted g ST I a arts oI weity m e ate of ook *8Sat*urdays only.
n t a Little Bayou, 5 minutes o eetri t Watson bulldog, coer Palfox a Trams leave Fort Barranea
W yo ung, Men. Must be s room and "sis t, a,--. brln. ,1-um. If You Want thi. come quick; sallt. D. H, W.,, & C06 dially welcome.P
A:drs at O o ne".... branch omne of manufacturing jiprice low. .. I .. H. BREWrON, C C 1800m ar Pensacola 11
S: addresss at once Per- house Salary $18 weekly. Perman-' TAILOSIT- IA Dmofd Tr J. H. BREWTON., C. C. ,:00am ar Pensacola 11
: 'art Journal. augw ut position. Address Super iten s PINE STAVES AND HEAlIG8 fo at's c o Msaed, prescola sed and
...rt...it .... 10 dent, Como .Bloc- Chi -, sale. Standard sizes. Prompt shlp- g--,, c- -ehoi 3O4e.N 5:15pm ar Pensaola 7:
:,- Partner with $500 or $100 den, Comol- mea T. J. Whitted, Bonifty, Fla. 7 room 1% story new house on eS o t St. Poe a. la Rathbon L :00pm a r Penacola 7
A good business. Can make WANTED.--o rent 5 to 7 room 22Jlylm* Jackson St. on car line and overlook- i W e s t9 t .0pm ar PensPaola e;
A dress M.," P. 0. Box house on North Hill with modeIhb.rnth b 3. Ko. o P., t ,-
Sllauglw* improvements the last of this or first FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year- FOR ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY n thn.qyrsda" SUNDAY SCHED.UL
S.l next month. Write S., care Box old Berkshire herd toar, Dukb at $1200.00 OLNTS per i4aLd, we will haul out third fl or Electric car wi leave .Pens
'" RS WANTE- D at No. 1. We.t .- 13aug.lw Florida, No. 68,923. Also some flina N u COW. hC* Le6m orders builduth every hour rom 6 u m. to 10
;!:., :reet, cit. 2aug WANITD.-A good middle-aged-wo- young pigs. 1 six-months-old boar, at 6 lots, blk. 170 N. C.,.bea utles. at 1 Mast ltndea. a buidnorgr P th and inclusive, and Saturday night on
"- s eeood man to nurse.. Appg i ar- rt dnl transferred. Carls et- O1 1. 10 s..M17 V Sid ; kash sa are p and eave 20Bib ou
... ....... -mego np 3 IN-"*'-terind, Chipley, Fi. ..... ... Pensaola every hour at.7:30
win Penasah or m.in -Santa lon FOR RENT SILMAKER. cawdruy we-coe ..R.T and so on until 10:30 n wit
S. cash. "..At'p.--Yo g ms lerk at WALL TINTS by experts; results 4 room houde,' ine w'n water and 6 J. ILP O, a malkar, 716 Sou C. J. exception of the first car leaving
S oule, ma~y er ,* .footeon 5 Pharmacy. Only oa0 guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice, Pho e- acres of groun- .enclpied; poultry Pal1n street. Orders taken f saeola at 6 a. m., which will,c
a".yAturn :i.g,,lla.aelytmhowants to Jear the ehDigne Bayou at
Fa. 2 l ho wants to lear the business need 48. Julyla houses, etc. Norhyrn part of city, test, awta e, amp stools and hose .. in., la e th2 p m,. ar wll
.1 --Any girl ~in weed ofttte w all for. .. ... .,.. ,. .. ...,97.0 nt4 a o t. P r,~oesbe.. 3n1ghts of Columbus. Big ou at 2:40 p. .
p.r advice, etc.. will nd CO9PHB WAN -p nent p- FOIR SAIE.-Two pair etra thin 4 room house* igood'*ell .waterf,- Meetils f the Theabov lthe wk day. sca
wil.ng assistance by ~p sition for ste-adyreliable- whitee man.( young mules, sound and in good a res of ground near Saunders min -M g Y to L an.. b Kngh.s of Columbs which will begin Friday, April 15
Satatiou.I cusi ..,No..8.We..t.d 7 8:.50...950..10..0.11.50.......ra a
ie Mation of the Salvation set oe soberand have good refere.- condition. Also one 2-horse Stude" .. ......... '.. ..... .6.00 WW'W wJ w' are held at their hall, Electric car will feave Pensacc
,ome 3o. St. and v Address Pensaeola Tar and Tur-i baker wagon.,W. S. Garreld. 4Jun 6r ,o;r. o W _-,Itee 7. S, S:50. 9:50. 10:50, 11:50, a. m
igam, Ala. d lentne Co., Bohemila, Tl bker w S Gare. rooms and bth 1 Jackson. $10,00.00 for loan at 8 per cent l1 i.a t on 1:50, 150. 2:50. 3:50, 4:50. 5:50,
TED AT ONCE-Six carpet FOR SALE-One Choice block on topewly papered-td pantd....1.50 ret. Apply to Thos. Pebley. Monday evening 8 9 and 10 p... rn thr
... -The Merchants Transfer, at 35 cent per hour and ten brick. of t7e ridge east of Ute electrle 217 E. JaCkson St., 4 rooms...",M ltasg4t. ao o e xA h rn mthe B ig B ayou medatel
s your moviug andu haUtz. Tyers at 50 cents per hour. Building railway, between 7th and 8th street Several other smaller houses forn teded turning from Bg Bayou to Pa
.tage grated. T. B. Thor. 45, Navy Yard. W. Kell Nature has favored this section and i rent. DO OU WAT to borw money in to voting Knights. Beach will await arral of
i'rp. l'hoe 976. ljunelm. ., up. cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. Money to loan In sums to suit at amounts fro $500.00 up? We have JOHN B. JONE, train from ensacola and will
"a"glw nmrey oa rs.$10,000.00 to josa at 7 and 8 per cent. EDM. OX., Grand Knight. run to Pensacola ahead of the
NTETL-To biy for ca h. a few WANTED-Servant git'I at once for CHICKEN WMAiT produeef I market rates. I interest. Thoe. C. Watson & Co. 6au4 Recordw. from Fort Barrancas.
share Anur:c-a N.a: .o:.al Bank general housework. Apply 318 West Makes fowls especially well 'o .red ..ire, Life and Aedent Insnrance Te .team trains w run a
,c s--e pr.c. Ai..r- J. L. J., Pclmont street. 6auglm* The cheapest food to be found. 1.& Agets. Mt TO.LAND--O o roa, e, ,wM. o. W. O. a present, but will observe this el
ca' J -:.a' Ji3unte2m* T1n A Mellen & Co., Phone 854. le taWt arity ogr n good collateral, Pensacola LodgeNo. 4, L 0. 0. P, car schedule and wll work IP co
....... ..r- oWANTED..-Agetsa in disffrent con at W..t rSft LB "e & BrookS meets every -.Bmsday evening at 7:' tion with it.
1\ ANTED-our electric work of all ties in Florida to hande Alpine Safe FOR SAL-At a Sa io furnlt ur L. S. B O VN Wm oos*e. ttg te n ae cr Wa
c Le: clea. .our fans, re.and Lock Co.'s Fire and Burglar Proot tore. stoOk sad a Gu at IA & 3 street. VniengTs brthrn cordia.'-
'.70. Peensacola Electric o descriptiono, W, e not --"term&ttTheesen newg mom" "9el hawll on[]m. Wes Imel .L &
ayour d.yiamo do our airin.' etc te and Vault Fixtures of every 128.140 aaBeS. 200 Thelsen Bld'g i P s ainved. L Wrrov SecTretrson' Pgusasda, St. Audrews
-ner Intendenca snd Maylen streets, Scarritt Moreno, Pensacola, in,. Flor- "..w 4W 6'1 1t..1. When "u now
lunelm. ida State Agent. 28jne. 1 o S. 0 l WE SELL LOTS" SSS. 2bU d REBElKAH $lSTERS FKAf SA lI2 AS
v, O- r Any Intelligent pera may earn a 1 ear e. or puartlalers ,* Naom Lodge lio 10, Rebekah 1 .
MIRS & CO. rcelved another good income cori..ePo.ing for news.oquire or a eets everyM&U onsgoaydnight a: sToAMrE T R#V
*pmt. ^ f imported pure oliveoil, papers; nocaa sm; xperiene 29 j&& LOn Mo 3iclock In L 0. 0 1 Ea, T
o, raa.ed in gallons, half gallons unnecessary. Send for articulars f ug sisters oordally invited to W. BARROW, Master.
4'arts Northern Pree Syndicate, Lckport FOR SALA-Second-hand 0cash 41 B recent, MISS NWITA M. ELLIOTT*. IRTIAArS PASSENGER
T-,Te p p N. Y. 13juneam ter In perfect condtion. Wl m WT.-Between passenger depot md a MISs MAMIE 'REMAN, Secretary H
,NTeD-The people of enT o acl S--l cash or or, time. A real bargain. Canm 213 a Nst (Geogory, Friday n.ight,4o e R IL
A. "sol l. the problem for be seen at James McHua's. $asub watch fob, engraved "E. R. C." Find. MO T prop .t.i l k od rtR ;toe -Betw n-.
Ae o dther trBrei andor can J' W er will receive liberal reward at 'Tar n. wlLre *lVT r, so taw ario s. S PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APAnd i
are an you e oe rokiesand cag r DO t aOt wiet to bss 0o 1-mall ASt pon" oce. 1ug...t.a0e2 ,o*Terosa. aUl'.L W.. ua11.rd.. "T Las CElL, d.Upstairs

cl udensd oln the 25,000 r 3 FOR SALE-Sood paying grblock 211tery, A little oast a wil blasewere cafrl LOS.-Notary sealnm noearok or ploce M ~* S ut 0l MOn4 Liv B A N. 1 ard a., nOLRLLnt.LL
"" "'" makes the wplatj cheap restng 400 t I 3th street, byin results.t MorThe, Pensa too mae.. diary. Reward in rder will pleW.se -We.-eesdl-sI BchriL h.a aonrd ditRESonal MiLo:-Latton apV.L
,' 1$. poptn.u'to.1" on,. o ton mStore dB l g Podk; also delay .turn to Room 202, Thiesen B ldi, Uo.. ITD u mem to sovereign s cordially J.vite s SAUNd
business. or household f furniture also or JournalTBy ofe. 1. I, Wilkedson. ey M kadse prM l pr per. M . A. N OtICH, C. an Cand Apalihicola
Oe..rce phone 63. Residene tr city on account of sickness. Tele for Fire an urgar esad T- n o ls Ce.e .-ensao
S0. Acosta & Whi.Cte, 2228 N. phone 1064. 11hl*Vk Fixtures of ai, desptios 'D.. Lodge No. 4 Wooden's. Iove o.i6le Sun W la.

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BLI un eNTE-Or o o rl' P oaugim Communicate bi glseweo p cand LS-eoa.m - T. ed. 11 .OL N, a jn icola, Carrabelle and nt( wm.

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For Rent
The Wm. Johnaon home on North
Palafox smet. Tea resms, steam
heat, and aN modern convenien,. the
most desirable resideftce for rent in
the city. Can be imaed for a term Of
three year.-
3151/ South Palafox, upstairs,
auitable eOr club or son es.
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715 North Baylen ............. .401OO
Cottage on Bay Sbore ........ 25.0
304. North Spring ..............92.00
Hou near Perdido Wharf .... 20.00
21 goet Romans .............. 290
31"Eaat Strong ............... 17.50
10 East Romana ..... ....... 17,50
80*West Main ................ 1S00
Drlling Near Stoddarts....... 1250
817North 7th avenUe. .......... &00
211 N 9th Avenue .............. 1000


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gallery. 12juej
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Ansi IDT!(CT!I!I 7 SNIPPEC NWSIThe EtuitabDe
Sl ~ I a ... ... ., ...-Simosida, Br ,s,-oli", 185,...a.-..
I" C001E FLi EXCU!ON "eto Rix3.
SSanta Barara, port bkCrs

|o wb e s wn a- Blakema oor a as, &-h1, 2 4lS0t 3n th World
eaVi frSpeziad to Penxscolr Lumber 00.

m er r. than th ,Old t l, oBr as, H arrison, 1285, Far rJed r1c
Reliable." A quarter of a to J. A. M nsritt L C o.
Century's honest dealing TICKET t Gracia, Span Ri, 212, Tmp
woFsoreithIsbet-_Ie_, Gstea, Spaw Ru, 2122w. T.opa

with every man has given Dr. Oater the yellow fever spec- to Gulf Transit Co.
us a patronage ot which tallt Paied throe h Montgomery on u. Gustav Adolph, Swed as, SloberV, -
we are Justly pround. If Friday an route to Mobile. While 1486, Sydney to H. Daars & Co.
you want g In thi e ity he g te out the follow- .Hermine, Aust s, Hregich, 2614, GO D SHOG.
:g interview to the Moltgomery Jour-. Port Tampa to Gulf Transt Company.
SHIRTS, HATS. "I do aot bele e that the yellow Pomaron to r Joror e 2 According to a state nt su tted July 26th to the
OES TIES out untal after t m deNkomisAm @ch. Sperry, 45, Car-. Directors of The squitale Life Assurane Soety in te o th
UN--E^R This was the statement made to a de nas t to order.
Journal reporter by Dr. John Guiteras, New Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. 1086, naval in the Com ay there as. been an increase in the nco
member etthem th yellow feve rt, formerly con- Queenswood, r us, Neville, 1694, the first six months of 1905 over the c-respo ing six months
Sand a oar's wor neted with the UnterinePhla to Penacol Lumber year of more than TWO MILUON DOLLARS. While, as
HOSPitlIservice but mow stflonedfatl foperI, [tal as, (ustavino, Baltl-
Scinar n te he was in the Umore to Gu Transit o. 2 have been expected fewer policies were issued the past six m
Dity thi s r eond hTapto, Br s, Sanderson, 2WYW,
Dr. oriter- i rseogisd the e elm so, M~and c than for the first six months of last year, the Coapany maktS
world over as a yenlow fever expert Tenereffe to j. A. Merritt & Cath 2r,
JohnanWhite .n during the yielow fever at 4ew .lverpool anaoto pn ola. showir s91,,n t i afin- es hh wh
John W hite Orleans the last time he didmuch to- Four Inspectors W T From ..McArthur, 14, ha
Ouittr to Men and Boys cme here om Taa..d ale t e For NortolktoF. O.Howe &
2ftkbef Pdlo for Mobile where he intends to stay r Y IFom
WW Pa several days and then goes to New By Ct e Hudson, Nor bk, Knudsen, 771, LOw-
Ph e 22. Orleans. B y C don to order.
While in Tampa he was accompani- Magellan, Nor bk, Moller, 1148, Rio
ed by Dr. Porter, the Florida health Janeiro to Southern States. Lumber
ofefcer and they Investigated the sit- Owing to the tact that work of In- Co. S ICl
usaion there. specting the City has progr ed to Thoma Itasi bk, Garo, to L. I
BAY EXCURSION! :mhyelfrmade ayt'hrout eTampa. a .rt.alao ehm for the First Six Months of 19(
I said Dr. Guitera, "Dr. Porter and
tion." He stated thqt there was fever tors, Ating.- City Henith Oeer Pt o Dona Christina, Am ech, Axelsen,
there but not yellow *veer. pout yesterday redqe th reof 165, .BeHe to m ter., 55 Key Assets Dec. 31 1904..................................... $413,953.02
ahHJalmar, Am ech, Axelsen, 56, Key
wue Saving Station o-.-bnl Assets June 30,1905.............................................. 421,249,27
Life SaVingStatonhe exPertade stto M in-tentwhohe hew s.WesttoGu ns.-(.AAssesJune 30,190hn..............................................,Am...4W
nett, the yellow fever patient at the
_-.given by the. emergency hospital and also visited When the fever wea Ant itecovered Boston to order. Increase during last six month ................................... 7296,25
the Capitols Hotel where he was tak- in New Orleans the board of health of Lassel, Am Ich, Reynolds, 1225, Bal-
t mDIEW A1D OF THE FIRST en sick. He is high in his praise of the city took prompt measures to e Nelson M. wood, Am sch, W Income first six months of 1904 ......................$ 36,412,3
CHRISTIAN CHURCH. the doctors here and says they did that Pensacola was placed in a BlSi- 563, New York to order. InC e first six months o 1905............. 38,799,13
the proper thing by taking him to the Income fit six ml...
emergency hospital and having him tary condition, but in order to aeool.. Ships.
"UP 'DAV9, AUG. 15 screened and the work at the hotel, pllish this it was neoeMsary to put on Agostine Terrisano, Ital ship, C- Increase in first six months : 1905............... 2,386, 81
was also praised. He does not believe a large force of inspectors. The num- nera, 1170, Liverpool to master.
1 I there will be any spread of the dis- ber was Increased from tour to four- Policies issuedfirstsixmonths 1904,65,592,ssuring.166,129, 32
i The tug "Monarch" has been secur- ease here. teen, an' since that time a most thor- OLDiis sudfi 4
Swill leave the wharf at -p. "Tampa took the same precautions ough canvass of the ty has been LD METHODS Policies issued first s months 1905, 063,asuring. 150,70,99
Sleeve Montgomery," said Dr. Guiteras, made.
sbarp, returning In plenty of time to "'and there was no spread of the dis-j Yesterday, however, It was foHl THRD N TAO W IND SSurance in forceDec. 31,1904,564,594, policies,
catch the cars. ease there." thkt ten men could do the work, as the IT OiNUWW I .U W.WINDS. 1,495 542 89
He is a strong believer in having city was In good condition, and as a assu.ng..................."
REFRESHMENTS SERVED. the patients screened. ; cosequence Dr. Pierpont released Assurance in force June 30, 1905,563,554, policies,
--- Talks About New Orleans. four from further services HOOTON'S PHARMACY A FINE EX- 1,526,434,73
ADULTS, - 35 CENTS "If New Orleans had done as Mont- It is anticipated that if the work assuring...................................................1,52,43,73
CHILDREN, . 25 CENTS gomery and Tampa in screwing the proceeds as it has for the pest two AMPLE OF MODERN BUSI-
first patients," said the ex-pert, "there weeks, that next week will witness Increase inassurance in or ing e sx
Should not have been so much yellow another reduction in the force. NESS ENTE6PRISE. moths 18,96 poide assu ................. $ 3,94,84
0EXCURSIONS fever there now." He was glad to seeEN '
the government take charge o Y
"'"i l n work and said the government should | rrr I Hooth's Phahnmacy is a stkling
have taken charge when the first case ,SUFfL INWI IUillustration of Awhat nerit, com ined
the fe er would be sta ,d out before Need not be s ik any longer'1 or in with a Judicious use of printer's ink,
feoet. wout ib say th the govern- te Sitters they can And su- r cure. can accomplish, and the methods em- 0 ,
t duthontld *r -Is hed form eq-IIi r llu O wles Bros., Geni' Age
went authorities are getting It under compounded espeo i lyf or such eqdaln y striking llux-
r o rug monglowh control and also that would .Practical. ments as women adgirle- traction o the fa t bld oy idea
Tu.ly be imposible to stamp it out unle Fast Nationof the fatal Bank Bidd, Pensacola Fla.
after trost. H S R are as out of place As, the drug busi-
will runway euun her regular owhe doctors should have reported HOSTE ness as they are in any other busi-i
Sunda U Ursinfi Sunda nfllows: the frst suspicious case," said Dr. neSs. Dl
SLeaveCityatl10a.m.for Station. Glteras, "andthe the patient should SiMA Mr. Hooton does no believe in be- E. D And on Spe
Leave Station at 1 p. m. for Pean- have been sent to a hospital and i perfectly safe medicine and has ng conventional-he' does not believe
nLeaeSla. screened." He advocated reporting restored thousands of women to ro- in staying in a rut. Because his
Leave Pensacola 3 p. m. for Station. Auspicious cases. lust health who suffere4 from gandfather wore a rw'tain kind of a
Leave Station 4 p. m. for Gulf and Educate the People. Monthly Irregularities, kewke, Dix.- hat at a certain angle on his head.
:eturn to Stati(,n. "The people have got to be educat-. ziness, Fainting Spells, Indilgetlon or Jack does not think It necessarily S
. Parties can stop at Station on rat the doctor, 'so they can understand nglemust be handeddown to po- STILLS.
trip and return to the City in last when a man has yellow fever, and hthe - terity. rt cMillan Bros. Co
trip, physicians Immediately have him I.,Therefore Hooton's Pharmacy start-M Ian
ereshents served on board at screened and proper precautions tak- ed out by throwing conventionality to HAVE YOU MADE PROPER PREPARATI
.. reaMsonble prices, en." He said there was no necessity S the winds, immediately climbing out M tnufacturers, HE YOUR OAMT i
FARE FOR ROUND TRIP, 50 CENTS. sicians know how to handle the gitu- drug store does business, telling the I ETTER WAY THAN BY
V. CHILDREN, 25 CENTS. r&tion. He said that the people should public what i; had to sell, and invit- ___
--- have been educating themselves along erng people in to get acquainted and A P i TH UITA L
the line baince 1901 and then they .ecome patrons.
AUNCH \lTEPHEN ----- th..derstand the s...on. --al Mr. Hooton needed was the n ws-
UlI Meequito Theory. tomers-and he took the most direct Naval Stores Market. Insurance, D S
S P The doctor is a great believer in the 3= way of telling them so. Jack took thq Savannah, Ga., Apg. 12.-The naval Fir L Ife. K now DesB.
;f W W|imosquito theory. He believes this is = round that there is no more to be stores market closed to-day as tol- i, L
the only way of Infection. He stated gained by running a drug store with- lows:
t that a mosquito could live fve months1 th customers than there is by wink' W ........................ 5 15
in fact all the summer. This will ser- 1 ing at a girl in the dark-and a very WG .......................******... 4 85
to charter by private parties the life of a *'mosquito. There were 5 It is gratifying to Mr. Hooton's M ..................... 4 25
i nr p'di'boa5ing. or other good many contentions along this line. fri ends to know that he was not long K.............. ....... 4 1*
1 iThe doctor said a mosquito could live in getting the customers and that he I............... ..********* 4 12 | in tl
this long but did not state that this t'.. getting more of them every day. H ....'........ ..*******... 4 10 sI Gl L
was the average lie. e ll Fr is advertising Is an index of what he G .................... $4 05 to 4 10
Government Control. : Is doing Watch it. F .......................... 95
"I believe that the government E....................... 3 85 bas a lower death rate, lower expam

SmSrly ship's boat for Salnish should have control of the yellow fever := - -- D ........................... 3 45 er* *t tha- any company do.. b.
.erair la de Luon, one of Dewey's situation," declared Doctor Gulteras. 5C. . .... ................. 3 30 be esy r y t d the
ga'teaptiure;. He said the government was better RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. Spirits Turpentine, 60% cents.
able to handle the fever than the UDon WO Edwin C. Danaby.
local authorities and that the govern- |. WI__ GX
m nt should have a fund to y the ad D L L VERTISE TS
expenses. He also believed that the," ad Drink, LEIAL IVERTISEEITSM
Maifl caRnopy and la most com- government should charge for the Castle Hall, Knights of Pythlas,
lrtable boat in the bay. quarantine, In fact he believes that n f g Pensacola, Fla., Aug. 11, 1905. In ,scambia County Circuit Court-
the government should enact such. leniLo vf Whereas, In the wisdom of the Su- State of Florida--In Chancery.
laws as are necessary to have control preme Chancellor of the Universe our James Wilkins, et al., vs. W. A. Booth,
over the whole affair. beloved friend and brother. Edwin C. Pen ~pola City Co, a corporation, T II
MAX KLEIN, . OWNER. Talks About H avana.d = r I Dansby, has been removed from our W. 1-Davidson, Starritt Tate, Ad- l IIII I
In Havana," said the doctor, 'the'= midst; and tnistrat_ r aIr law of wal- I
PIETER VERDICHIA, CAPTAIN. people there n ed a ted up the Whereas, Our departed brother was eat e ,d h ; Hw Ko l
PHONES, 358 and 1070. iquestionfyelw f eve r e. Why ea of a noble and unselfish character, heir at law of Peter Knowles; Louis W. La gIWl b gW.jl mimm 8
,31.ke yellow fever patients from Mexvenloved and esteemed by all who knew Boley, Lo---ville and Nashville Rail-
t ake yellow fever patients from Mex = him; a trusted employee; a good cit- road Co.. a corporation, successor
tce bring them to Havana, take them I zen; a true and loyal knlght, and ;n to the Pensacola Railroad Co., a
through the streets in an amulanceDu ghis death Fidelity Lodge has suffered corporation; A. V. Clubbs, C. B.
.CA TAM and to the hospital. They are screen-= Be rthe loss of one of its most valuable parkhlll Thomas C. Watson, W. .I.lm aa i m ca
ed and sometfl4 lthe nurses that .. mbers; therefore, he it Anderson, Alex Stoddart, N. Thur I*-
I wapeople there knew how to treat the w nh aim eel h t ldResolved. That this lodge extends ton, Fanule ,. Haines, Electra B. Tr
,^"' 1 mi A D~ldisease."i h new. how. to trtt the 5 faI t sympathy and condolence to the- Richards, Josephine G. W. Terry,
SWhile here the doct w at thebereave family in their sorrow; that Van Ba uh Livingston and Abida
state health e for som me and a page of the minutes of this lodge be Booth.
ten with the physicians who took nn the t apart to the memory ofl our de- On Monday ,the fourth day of Sep
SIM ROT. NANCY AND him out to se MlnhInLtt ut W. parted brother and that these resoln- member, A. D. 1905,6 the defendant, W.
U p D. ROBT. L. E, NANCY AND him out to se3 inett. ions be Inscribed thereon; that they A. B bth, N. Thurston, Fannie K.
SEDNA S, .e published in the local papers and Hainea, Electra B. Richards, Jodephtine rrSUCH A OM O T AND M
H MARINE BOILER FOR -te Florida Pythian; that a copy of W. Terry, Van Baogh Livingston.
a mthe same be presented to the family. AMda Bodth and Alexander Stoddart LiB WORTH LIVING.
be eb cartered by the hour, day or .&i I that as a further mark of respect, a efequat- to appear to the bill Bled .......
-... Te rs, roasonahbe -LL :W I #IIr the charter of this lodge be draped in against kaqt herein. This order to be -
Kg' in Tackle and Cooking U te. wourning for a period of,tbirty days. pabh)shx 'ee each week for eight
PHON m eeconddesired *e MarfT M.. IYI'r M. LoF Ao n eeks In w the Pensacola
B er, 44 ft. in dlaq< 50 -9L I t ; with =
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The pntuzrs did nobly this week
r' all of them do not nd the pictures
to ,asy as to ask, even the older ones,
owmettuni harder."
C J. Heinberlg city. Is entitled to
t, dollar whenever he calls for it
STh., .ournal office.
Fuuitoing are the correct answers
to intf wvk's pictures:
Anwew.s AauY t 6.
A!. b ngs come to him who waits."
"Nevew crjsS a bridge till you come
Thp following girls and boys sent
*I corror* ar-swtrs:
Correct AnwMt Received.
I, d(- P-ske, little Bayou.
lari I Bryas, city.
c A:I *i BIryars, city.
E'*. ~ ..:- ,. Ctty.
3~iarwriv- Ranscher, city.
Ar'imr Haxoutd, Spartaaburg, S. C.
ir..a Reinbardt, dty.
Vtr arga Sandasky. city.
Hc rn SanduAy, city.
rTrrT V. Greenwood, ctty.
M1.:, i Dennib, city.
C:r.-. Carmichael. city.
.,,l N Moloney. city.
E "'Brten Pursell, Millvlew, a.
*, as Moloney. cit.
v -d S. Morrill, Milltrew, Pla.
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S:'nr Love Wilson. Jr, Marianna.

inown in tlis Pictur. is an old time Nurwseiyrh)me. aan y tell what it is?
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*',..- Glacckmeyer, city. Umwilable, Nesthe>wim. ery that mosquitoes are responsible no resistance In case of a 'itow up."
F .:a.r WaseBeim. city. Postal cards of the souvenir type, for yellow fever. What's the use of-'The investigation satisfied Mt. Mnrat
.ihU Prenket. city. carrying the .ieged "I am having a talking so much? Why don't they get' among this line. It was suggested that
Aniae i Pteffer, city. devil of. a UWe," am held to be an- out and catch the mosquitoes?--Chlp- atachutes be attached to the roots
1i.iana Priedman, city. -tuHT The paty may be ndulg- ley Banner. eo that any explosions that might co-
:. P an..he4sser, city. lag hI that lrnry (?), ab he can't * ea, oeuld be let down with4at a jar.
Massey, city.. mad wor to that effect through the ByS Bye or Buy, Buy. -Aga-achioela Times.
LE" '. Fi-iman. city. maoils.-Lke Ci la eI t isb b, be, lbetore marriage ad *
COr, \ (;-. nwoea, cfty. * by, buy, after marriage.-Ocala Baa- Fleh ihipping' Semen.
S'ewa" BHr'tou city. A Bnake Siry. ner. It also used to be bye, bye- The business of shipping fresh salt
Marie S:ark,, Tarrytown-on-Hudson While driving near town one even-, baby, after marriage, in the good old water and fresh-water fish to market
SY. mg last week, Mr. W. L. and Dr. Caw- times before "race suicide" become on a large scale will be inaugurated
Virmci I~,on;: Milton. Pla. 'thou had rather an exciting adventure.' fashionable.-Palm Beach News. in Port Myers on August 15, when the
F.lna Ga:,'hadi or Gatehall.) Troy, It seems that the buggy ran over a * closed season prohibiting fishing ends,'
sN v snake. His snakeship instantly coiled The Harvest of Fish. and the law permits the shipment ofI
Nahalit Robertson. Warringto, his tall around one of the spokes, There is great activity along the mullet until November 15, when there
IF l and, as the buggy was moving along coasts of Florida among the fisher- is another closed season for this spe-
:.ihi:]r Rep',-. Big Baycu. at a pretty swift rate. the snake began men, who are darning their nets and cies for six weeks.-Fort Myers Press.,
i.ar. Ad,.lam 2210 tor 2316) Or- to whiz unpleasantly lose to Doc's preparing for the run of mullet. Many
le: S. Ftal more. Md. head. They stopped as soon as pos- south Georgia farme's drive overland What He Had "Red."
.. Rw- city. sible and extracted the snake from the in covered wagons, carrying the entirely A certain Irishman came into court:
V piR Rpod city. wheel, but he had been rMa over so family and a .pack of 1ols. to the Flor- and asked for naturalization papers.i
4-:- .lohnnon. Cty. cften that be was about dead. Doc. !da coast south of Tallahassee, where "Pat." asked his Honor. "have you
':.-,: .1 ,ihn-in. city. says the snake measured twenty-eeven they lay in enough salt mullet to carry ever read the Declaration of Indcpend-
:1- Cusachs. city. teet in length, and though it was not them for meat until hog-killing time.- ence?" "Faith sor," said Pat "and 1
C.- Paner. ,iy a rattler, it had ninety-six rattles, a Jacksonville Times-Union. hov not." "Have you ever read the
AniJ;:- Parwell. c:ry. button or two and a lot of tinware at- Constitution of the United States?"
Ha:huark. i tached to its tail.--DeFunlak Breeze. Death is Preferable. "Oi hov not". "Well, what have you
Ho oni. Chipley, Fla. * When the average citizen of a com-' read anyway?" "Faith, your Honor,
:' . :e Bou. Gane is Plentiful. munity dies their ,enlt sith nne voice and 01 hov red hair on me chist."-

i, tie RBavou. LAst Seturday afternoon the north- express so:-row and say that he was a Arcadia News.
r R Bt. Bayou. bound freight ran into a fock of wild most exemplary man: they speak of: * *
C T HeIrI't'-:. city turkeys about three hundred yard him as having been a good citizen, A Surgical Oepration.
'-";har!,. li:,'mark. city. south of the depot and killed five. The Ipw-abiding. kindharted. a man of A husband crme home one evening
n t. Ma ., city. engineer stopped the train and the high integrity. His death Is charac- to find a note left for him by his wife.
:':'' ., Liv\inj-ton. River Junction, entire crew went to gathering up dead lerized as a distinct loss to the town. Carelessly he opened it. but as he read
tr'rkeys. Whe; the train rolled up to When the nv-rage citizen becomes a his face blanchea. "My God!" he ex-
Swa n.-. Baeda1. Fla. the depot every fellow had a wild tur- candidate for office he is liable to be claimed, "how could this have happen-
Stewar'. Bacdad. Fla. key and was busy picking it. Talk referred to as a scape-grace upon the ed so suddenly?' And, snatching his
A e-. ~'owr.r. Bagdad. Fla. about your game, but we have it here arae of tip earth, a grafter, a hooze-. hat and coat, he rushed to a hospital
S- war-. Bagdad. Fla. around Crystal River ir abundance, and an all-around bad citizen, entirely which was near his home. "I want to
F *. P.ak. L,:Trlt Bayou. from quail up to deer and bear. k is unfitted for the oftc he seek:. Mor'- ee my wife, Mrs. Brown at once," he
Mar'::, Ctha'tanooga. Tenn. raid that there were at least twenty- al: In tchoosin: i'ertwecn death and, srid to the head nurse, "before she
M )artin. Char'anooca. Tenn. five turkeys in this bunch the train becoming a ca'l.ir'af, for office choose goes under ether. Please take my
:- T,-n!!n. Warringon. Fla. ran into.-Crysta! River News. death.-Ma:ni N s. message to her at once." "Mrs.
Stan acc. Nashville. Tenn. * Brown?" echoed the nurse; "there is
O 'i Z. Gonzale.. city. Private Citien in Luck. ;Soap Badly Needed? ho Mrs. B-owr. here." "Then to
0 V-nlzaiez, .r. c'v. Let's see-and in this hot weather, They are raisinj- soap trees in Mar which hospital has she gone?" asked
. C,. M':nu.n,l .r..r Marianna. Fla. too. There is the army, navy. treas- ion county-probabh y to fill a long the distressed husband; "I found this
.-- Ii-r,--.' M.ilton. Fla. ury, postal, agricultural, interior (co-n felt want.-Pa!nm each News. !note from her when I came home,"
S ok.in,.k< M:lton, Fla. mcrce. labor, and even Chattahooche * and he handed the note to the nurse,
"' cu-na'n. clit. Trouble. The pnvate citizen, after all, Investigation Satisfa-:tory. who read "Dear husband, I have gone
L I. Fareut. city. I. often in luck.-Ocala Banner. Postmaster W. A. ?;'i n made a trip to l:ave my kimona cut out. Belle."
SHa: Warrington. Fla. * S to the powder works located in Penn- -Tampa Tribinc.
Ss-ain. cit. Why Not Catch 'em. sylvania to s'nisfrv lims,'f that the *
For the thouaidth time the health roofs to the powdrI hrwies were pu A New One by "Uncli Steve."
'.nr,;nni('d on Page 12) authorities are announcing the discov-, on with hinges s,) iiat t'eore wouLd be "!ncle" Steve Melton. who roes


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New Railroad Will Make Key West

Greatest Harbor in the



."WI IVThe New York corespondant'At ti
SIIS Cincinnati Enquirer write the bllow-
-'*** og that will be of great interest to
In these letters I have several thmes
alluded to the growth of thapodts of
nE thbe gulf, and I may say noW ift/Mtl
is no diminution of actlrty la Ump
r West, Pensacola, Tampa, Moile, New
Orleans, Galveston and Port Actmr.
SEach and every one of them pieaM
is having an increase in mpsiton
and in business enterprises ester
Than was ever known at anr pelod of
their history. The raaways at the
south leading to them are preparing
for future business upon & very irge
scale at the terminals named, and the
Prosperity at all points along the lines
of railway is enabling the raAlway of-
flcials to expend large sums of money
OFFICE BY NEXT THURSDAY NIGHT, THE JOURNAL WILL GIVE A at these coast terminals for docks,
v aretrouses and marine connections.
Railroads as Helpers.
The Illinois Ccntral, the Loulsville
Sand Nashville, the Southern Railway
S* Company, the A ilantic Coast Line, the
** St. Louis and San Francisco, the Kan-
adn nr AA4 sas and Gulf lines are all busy build-
S* ing up these important ocean outlets
a 0 for the agricultural products and man.
**ff****0****0* S 0e au*factured outputs of the interior.
SThere is no doubt that the Seaboard
tbLough life having a good time, re- fond mother and careful papa, should Air Line, now under .he control of the
covering his yccth like the perennial Le Included in the bill of sale, not for astute and powerful Thomas F. Ryan,
flowers, and as willing to ,make love as pi.blication, but as a guarantee of will soon be a powerful factor in the
the birds, says he a belie% -. in woman good faith.--Apalachlcola Thies. some work. and it Is not at all likely
suffl te. and declrfes that if it were * he will be content until heobtainscon.
in force hi lorldd, he would carry Du Not Joy Unalloyed. i trol of a port or ports for his system.
val county for anything by an over- This sitting under one's o-rn "vine At Norfolk. upcu the Atlantic, he is
whelming vote. Uncle Steve, by the and fig tree" isn't what it's cracked up admirably located for the coastwise
iay, s ttiling numaetas trips to South to be-especially when there are 4keet- aud EB rnean trade. but he will not
Carolina these d4ys, anu-well, the lit- ers in the'-ttne, and sour, mushy fgs tarry, hesitate nor delay .whea he seefs
tie birds that fly dcan from the pal- oe drop down from the tree and mess the opportunity.4Afilrmly establish ter-
motto tree of the state of the dispen- tip one's hair.-Monticello News. ; finals hpon the gnlf. One of t'e most
eary tell strange things. far-reaching and important movements
It is a very duvl day, by the way, Truly Independent. j toward this southern business is the
when Uncle Steve doesn't get off some The man who raises his own bread rEported extension of the East Coast
thing new. Our joint stock uncle i, and bacon. his peas and his rice, his Railway of Florida from its present
an enthusiastic Confederate soldier. utter and his egs his milk and his r:inal, Miami, to Key West.
He was decorated shortly after the fruits in season, is the man who can Theextension along the Florida keys
war for being the only .i to the city narret! will be one of the
war for being the only livilg Confed' snap his fingers in the face of trusts great engineering eats of the on he
rate private, and, therefore, eschews and give everybody pointers on inde- t enturygThneeg feasr iof e present
.s cheap such titles as "major," "oolo- pendence.--Ocal Banner cen tury. The cost per mile e may not
,?el," "captain," and such. He rejoices be so great as in some of the roads in
.nly in uncle, and in being known as War on Tramp Skeeters. rugged mountainal to push raitlw
the only living private. certainly unusual to push railway
the only living priState Healt Officer Porter orders building over inlets, baes and straits
The other day he went into a well- that all freight cars coming into the ofthe ocean. smh as will be necess.r
krown resort for a glass of butter- state on the Western border shaiA be nl the construction of this enterprise.
milk incidentally, but principally for fumigated to kill the mosquitoes. Yes, There is little doubt that it can be
thE privilege of setting 'em up to a by all odds, kill u'ery tramp mosquito successfully done, but when complet-
bunch of his constituents, that steals a ride into the state on a ed there will surely be the greater
"Hi, there!" said he to the keep. freight car. We want none but those of marine highways forming the south-
"This a union bar or a Confederate that come first-class and in Pullman ern boundary of the United States
bar?" coaches. Mercy knows they are bad For scores of miles it wI rMin over
He was assured that it was both. enough, but they are not so filthy as "the ocean blue," and waiting passes
That those that travel in box cars and never grs at outlyin stations or up delay
"That's right," said Uncle Steve, take a bath.-Gainesvllle Sun. trains can easily amuse themselves
"What'll you boys have?"-Jackson- fishing from the platforms of the at
ville Times-Union. Chance for the Boys. Itions or the windows of the trans.
T h Now, boys; here's your chance: A Will Make a Change.
The Stomach Route. noted, or notorious, scientific gentle-. When oompltted it will mag a
Albert Gilchrist, of DeSoto, has been man has discovered and promulgated
sending pineapples to the boys of the' the important fact that there is no
press. He evidently believes in the colic or other pain in .,-eet apples (Continued on Page 1
old adage regarding thp stomach route unless they strike the ground. Now --- ------
Ui a man's affections.-Palatka Times- look out for a general breaking down on street. A cordial invittio is e-
Herald. of apple trees.--Milton Index. tended to all.o
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A "Decent Pony." A Sure Preventative. Universaet.
The editor of the St. Andrews Buoy A sure preventative of mosquito First Universalist Chureb-
desires to purchase "a decent pony." tt-ltes i:; a lumn of asofoetida worn in Chase street. Sunday school at I a.
If there are an- decent ponies in th!s a bag suspended from the neck and a m.; Y. P. C. U., 7:00 p. m. All ar
neighborhood, it might be well for little rubbed under the arms. A half cordially invited.
the owners to correspond with brother' pint of kerosene should he poured, e
Emmons. A pcrigree as to blood, par- into each shoe r.nd a raw onion carrie Lutheran Church.
entage. and a proper and christian in the pocket from which occasional ann C.
childhood, with a guarantee that the bites should be taken.-Zalfo Adver- eman Ltheran Chpct h-or *
pony has been properly reared by a tiser. F. W. Reinhardt, pastor. Ingish sew

4I Services at the Pensacola Churches To-day

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Following is the order of services Methodist. 1 Warrington Chdrch-Rev. Geo. W. I the evening service will be a vocal
at the various churches today: I Palsaox Street Methodist Church- Carpenter, Pas.tor--Services every solo by Mrs. Albert Reager. Prayer
Catholic. Rev. B. C. Glenn, pastor. Regular seri t 7:30 p. m., every fourth Sunday. Meeting Thursday evening at 8:00
St Michael's Church-First mast vices at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sur. Sunday school a 10 a. m. Fred o'clock, led by the pastor. All are
6:30 a. m.; last mase, 9:30; veswprs lay school 9:30 a. m. J. N. Andrews, Blum, superintendent cordially invited to attend these ser-
5 o'clock. superintendent. Epworth League 6:30 vices.
St. Joseph's Church-First mass, p. am. Church of Christ. r* *
6:30 a. m.. last mass 9:30 a. m.; va Gadsden Street Methodist Church-- C urch of Chiss,.-Corner AlcantI Baptist.
Iprs 5 o'clock. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. by, and Jackson streets. Bib!e school 9:45 jFirst Baptist Churcn-Rev. F. JoneM
* the pastor. Rev. F. A. Rogers. Sun- a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45 pastor. Regular se-vices Sunday night
Episcopal. day school 9:30 a m. Epworth Lague: p. m. by W. T. T-acy. 'Payer meeting No services in the morning. Ordi-
Christ Church-Rev. P. H. Whaley 7 p. m. Wednesday night at 8 'clock. nwnce of baptism will be administered
D. D. Rector. Regular services at 7:30 Reed's Chapel-Rev. Geo. W. Car * Services conducted by Rev. 8. Y.
'and 11 a. m. ard 5:30 p. m. Sunday peter, Pastor-Services every first Christian. Pifts. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.,
school 9:45 a. m. Wednesday and Sunday at 1 a. m., by the pastor; Sun- First Christian Churic;h-Corner Al- E. D. Beggs, superlntenlent. Sunbeam
Friday services at 5:30 p. m. day school at 10 a. J.. J. E.Beal, cans and fl (rpry- streets. Sunday Soc!e:y 4 p. m.; Y. B. P U. 7 p. m.
St Katharine's-Cervantes and D superintendentL school 9:45 a. m..-H.'J. Mackey, Supt.. West Hill church.-B. A. Cottrell,
vt streets. Rev. Andrew T. Sharpe rec- Muscogee Wharf Church-Rev. Geo. Preaching at 11:00 a. m. and 8:00 p. pastor. Preaching at Lt a. an. and
tor. Regular services 7:30 and 11 a. W. Carpenter, Pastor-Services every m.. by the pastor Reverend Nonrey 7:46 p. m. Prayer meeting jurway
m. and 4 p m. Sunday school 9.30 a Irrt and third Stnday "xt 7:30 p.m.. Kararoualan. M orping snbject: "Hap- at 7:30 p. m.
a. All welcome. conducted by the pastor, Sunda) I pines, one of the essential qualities of East Ead Baptlst Church-B. Y.
St Joha's Church-Warrlngton. Rir. school at 3:20 p a. J. N. Andrews, the Christian Life." Bvening sub- Pitts, pastor. Sunday school 10 a. a.
A T. T. arpe, al .ter i ehah -pirttdeLnt. Pryer meetlag *veM ect: f"low to,. be successful In Preachila 11 a. WI m. r MU
,ui.g m ainrar sad ser-non, Y:' p. tIar ino at T:N o'totk. chach wetL" A .eal"a feature ot Shed, corer at 1l6a s*vane a Am.

vice at 7:dv p. Im.
Scandinavian Iftheraa Chr C-
Services at 10:30 a. m. and 6 yi. i,
Rev. Helle. Pastor.
Christian ftlame.
The Christian Scentists hold tbh
meeting Sunday at the Masonic Tea.
pie at 5 p. m. The Wednesday suee
ing will be at 5 p. m., same plBce.
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First Presbyterita CaIreh--R.
Julian 8. SiMey. pastor. uakp
ca ool 9:30 A. m. Christian ]ndeawr
6:30 p. m. There will be preascll
at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. by the p-tr.
Sunday school at the Stodd trt A
nue Mission at 4 p. m. C, IP. Sel
superintendent. All are cordiaS )is

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Salvation Aray.
Services every nitgh at S o'clock r -
the tent, utah East Cora ne
square. A cordial tritatlik to -. -
extended. Richard Norris, capta .i'
charge. .
First Church of OCrt, lh
PInt Church- of Christ, Sia
Serve atU1 a. SerS is
held la the Pefstoole lna ryU
ai on ast. -il Mst.

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Seen, Heard and Doe -Among Those Who Go, Come

and -Tarry-- Women and Society Here and Elsewhere



Whet Your Appetite
and then come to
the Old Reliable


where the best is
always obtainable.
All kinds of Fish, Soft Shell
Crabs, Western Meat-

Fine Photograph
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SShoe Store

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jSoh Palafox Seet

Several young gentleaen ,gave a YOUR BkAUTY
S.i!ihtful party on the bay to the life USE
Saving station Thursday night in hon- ADN CE WD
or of Miss Mamie McCafferty of Mo-
bile the charming guest of the Misses Copyrighted in Graen Boxes.
The guests were Miss McCafferty PERIR AS TWATY.
the guest of honor. Miss Ethel Scholls, L. AS
Miss Inez Harrison, Miss Sadie Me-
Hugh, Miss Vernie McHugh, Mizs !
Annie Ainsworth, Miss Frances
Swaine, Miss I). Swaine;
And, Mr. George Hargis. Mr. E l. I
Walsh, Mr. John Kelly, .Mr. Charlio
-Forbes. Mr. Burns. iMr. Joe McHu~1, Ii
SMr. Joe Touzrt. Mr. B. Fell, Mr. El-
gar Lar'vord, and Mr. Charlie Thomp-
s son.
The chaperones were Mr. and Mrs.

ihai been visiting on the Bayou, for
the Jst two weeks.
- its Marjorc, little daughter of
.ir. and Mrs. J. J. Crausdale. who hia
been ill for the past wek, has greatly'
Improved, to the joy of the 3o'ungtr
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bragg of Mobile
are guests of Mrs. Anson.
TLh girls andboys on Big Bayou
enjoy a delightfull bath every alter-
roon in the flowing artocian well.
Invitations are out from Miss Cora
.carritt for a hay ride Tuesday.
Master Drausin Davenport had the
good luck to capture a ive foot shark
at the Country Club Friday.
A party of jolly boys will leavc
the Bayou in a few days for camp
up the Scund. In the party will be;
Joe. Lester and Ralph Cransdale, de

Al! Faciai

In One

Beauntoiai Is the 0onlyharml,. tfparops'
tion that .mp.t 11.1 bliteratos ALL
faria 'b -n i tr. tces of care worry. ini
r'e" ed cxxp o$Lu. Aftp t Yew app les-
tiq..' titeautfnra. ,beantu oyof yuth returns
and igo fa;a In le a mantle from the face.
klevrng thf k.n .n. clar arnd rlvevy,
not a wri vile or bit- r:isk tesatu. Dsuu
oaiRAetodrdh-d by t h ledl iR1 Fraternity
Catnai.fs an4 Exp-rt i rmarolgioo-. i1
haa =ad* ddi. .cut n ci' b autlfut Iadies.
rcuthfUl at thirty im1 !ftr it- they rwere
at twwaty, .alsoneed by men with be am.
wanoder-u rt-'uitq. J-antiilx rmmoyr. the
worm *s" ot R~ti1W.. LIV Bit PJT%.
YRCKL941. L kcK!?rAI,; A11.VIM Pi4i
TION'. Uri"e .4 cents. EN'RHY BOXI
For .a&e by leading drupsts -ir sent
c6irect to
Dept. St. Louts.
Secntiola "ok called freepon roquos

The Journal's Daily Fashion


(Continued on Eleventh Page.)


Piano House!

We can save you money and satisfy
you if you desire a first-class Piano.
New Pianos from $100 to $600.
Be sure to see the Baby Piano-
smallest regular Piano made for young
and old alike. $100 to S17S.
It -wlll pay you to call or write us.


PHONE 476.

12 E. Government Street.



SRather a fanciful tou.h is given to' in front, and is baged all around above
' :hl sailor suit in the irregular notcn-: the scarlet ribbon belt that matches
. :.-s of the collar. although the regula-' the eravet. The skirt is pleated in
S e -gore in ... s, the pleats t stit-ed dow for a
Slines a carried out in all els., short d nee. then p d t rain
J arlet and cid btald on thb collar, tiom e silor ttl'I h- l
S. me -mA aema'bm t1mi 1 wet, vo kl, tam by t ft v .
TU bkme a shwo dw eftae skow t widt bum

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Depends on the Ingred!-
ents and the dispenser a
well. Our dispenser
thoroughly understands
the art of mixing and
serving cold drinks and
keeps instant tatC on
the new things a6 they
are intro.iuced; and in
line with the policy of our
whole estabhlthment.
None but the absolutely
pure ingredients are
served from our fountain.

Kandy Kitchen Cafe,

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Another shipment of Fresh Can!!es has just been re-
ceived-10-cent boiei to 3 pound packages.
We have the prettle3t line of Hair Brushes 4n the city,
from 25 cents to $4.50. Baby Brushes from 25 cents to
$2.O0. We sell the Unbreakable Comb. We mean by this
that if the comb breaks or is unsatisfactory, you get an-
other one free.

(For Manicuring.) They are
cents. Rosewood, 10 cents;
25 cents.

hoof-shnped and sell at 5
Eoonicl, 10 cents; Pearl,

Just the thing for Silk Hats. They are nobby, neat and
PHONE 1100

L. E. ogan and 3Mr. Harrison. 1-.,- .r-ocuetlave Scarrit, uenlto ani urau-
--- an Davenport, Anget. Ha!cy, Bernaril;
CATHOLIC KNIGHTS AND Reiilly. They will be chaperoned by!
The Catholi Kn!,hts and Ladie A merry party of young people from
gave a complimentary euchre Thurs- the Bayou enjoyed a delightful trip to
cay night in C. K. of A. Hall, that was' the life saving station last week on
one of the most enjoyable affairs th-y, Mr. J. J. Crausdile a launch.
have yet g!ven. In fact it was so thor- NADINE FACE POWDER is coan- In the party were Miss Florence
oughiy enjoyed by all present that it pounded and purified tby a newly dis- Davenport, Miss Cora Sca-ritt, Misa
was unanimously agreed to give simi- covered process. Produces a beauti- Thelma Davenport, M!ss Ange'a Scar-
iar affairs several times a year. ful, soft, velvety appearance, which ritt, Miss Hklla Davenport, Miss Mar-
Rev. Father Turner won the gentle- remains until washed off Ladies who jorie and Miss Kathaleen Crausiale;
man's ace prize and Mrs. John Me- use Nadine Face Powder are sure the and, Messrs. Ralph, Joe and Lester
Guire the lady's. Mr. George E. Hoff- complexion will be soft and lovely at (rausdale, Messrs Bonito and Drai:-
man and Miss Murphy capturing the close of the evening. .in Davenport, chaperoned by My. J.
boobies. THE QUALITY IS UNEQUALED. J. Crausdale.
! iBuy one 50-cent green package of After enjoying a very delightful
MEREAN BERNARD'S Nadine Face Powder, and if you are Ltth In the surf they returned home-
FOURTH BIRTHDAY. not entirely satisfied, notify us and the young people all declaring they
Merean Bernard, the handsome lit-' will promptly refi your money. had hal-he best time they ever di.d
I.Sold by all lea(Ung drnlggists, or mail have.
te son of Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Bernard riceSo cents. wite, lis, aritett hve
wants fr ears od yesterday an him prepared only by ALL DELIGHTFUL BUT
atint Mrs. R. J. Owen gave him an
"at home" at her residence 16 East NATIONAL TOILET CO, Paria, Tenn. NOT MORL. THAN FLORIDA.
Belmont last evening from 3 to 6. An Oht. git, writing to a Penaacola
Jolly games were played and the ------ relative says: "No, I had the grace
little man received a lot of cute !Ittli, and enter upon his career in the na- to decline Aunt Julia's invitation for
presents, and then came the refresh- tonal house. IAugust. I spent two months with
men's. Mr. Clark has the distinction of be- them in Washington and am dizzy yet
The table was a picture in its o'aintv ing the first incumbent of his present from the pace, and am saving myself'
deroration- of pink and white and in' seat in the house, as prior to his elec- for a sober, steady round in Boston inj
the center was a great big birthday tion Florida did not have but two con- October, two weeks in November
cake with four pink and white candles. gressmen. shopping in New York, then we are
The young host lighted the candles' He is here fop a few days only and to entertain eighteen house guests
as his guests watched with breathless strictly on business.-Atlanta News. from December 20 to January 10, then
interest the wonderful feat, and to-I -*-- February, March and April in New
ward the close of the repast he cut SOCIAL LIFE ON York, and, the balance of the year in
his birthday cake and distributed the THE BIG BAYOU. England where Aunt Julia will join
generous slices to his delighted nani Miss Ma. Kinney of Jacksonville, me for a tour of the continent- a
admiring guests. arrived Frday evening and is the real tour at our leisure. Isn't-or
Merean's guests were Misses Mil-: guest of Miss Cora Scarritt, on the rather "won't"--that be an achieve-
dred. Matilda and Marguerite Brown.) Bayou. ment for a girl just out of school?
Miss Helen Burgoyne, Miss Edna Judge Richardson left Friday for But-I will never enjoy anything more
Price, Miss Yzette Caro, Master For- Greenville. Ala. Mrs. Richardson than I did our winter in Florida!"
sythe Caro and Masier Johnie Walsh.I will join him later. .
--'-- M rs. II. O. Anson and little daugh- WILL SING THIS MORNING
HON. FRANK CLARK ters L.ucy and Aline, are guests of IN PALAFOX CHURCH.
HONORED ATLANTA GUEST. Mrs. Anson. Miss Clara Jensen of Chicago will
Hon. Prank Clark, recently elected Mr.and Mrs. P. K. Yonge who have' ing during the 11 a. m. service in
te congress from one of the Flcria'a been reading on the Bayou for three Palafox M. E. church today. Miss
districts, is in Atlanta as the guest of weeks past, have returned to their Jensen, who is only eighteen, has 'e-
Malvern Hill. his former law partner.' lesia'enc in Pensac6l. voted herself to the cultivation of her
He and Mr. Htfl were formerly asso-I Mr. James Davenport- had the good voice since she was here visiting six
elated in the practice of law at New- luck Friday to capture a five pound years ago, and the result is a sur-
nan. i red fish" in Star lake. prisingly .well trained, rich, full so-
Mr. Clark has hundreds of friends' Miss Eula Clarke of Georgia is the prano that is at once a surprise and
in Atlanta who are always glad to see guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Clarke delight in so young a girl, as those
him, and who have watched the ca- oi Big Bayou. .who heard her sing in the -Presbyte-
reer of this old Georgia boy with pride Master Bonito Davenport who had ran church last Sunday, and els-
and interest. the misfortune to sprain his arm last where since she became the guest of
At the opening of congress in No- week, is now getting along nicely. her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Jen-
vember he will take the oath of office Master Dan Walker of Pensacola, sen on East Hill, appreciate.




The Atlanta News says: Alleging ,
that a te)g;'am .eent to Atlanta over;
the Western Union Telegraph wires
from Pensacol Fla., to his father, D
'C. Woodward, failed to reach its des-
tination, and that as a result of this
failure, he was forced to walk almost
all the way from the Florlda ciy to, ,
.tlanta, Park Woodward, a minor,!
this morning morning filed a suit forj
$2,000 damages in the clerk's office of 1
tfie superior court. i
i Young WooTv ard, who filed the suit!
through his father, alleges that he wasg
i jiek and wir.l to Atlanta for $100'
i with wMcb t; come hore.
[ Fa e of hi. fat'hr to roPelve thel
trri-amt caurtIl h:m. he alleges, toi
hf'nmpt the trip !hv frt.
T'F t it r -i filed by Arnold & Ar-
Told and Lamr.-" Hill.

Eve"y c *rW ihnulot know that good
lipittth Is 1i-mirible If t e bidneys are
rlc~ante'. role?.r KIdney Cure will
rni' *t'nt-r and bladder diseesee In
e.rpr tlform. and wll build up and
warnzhel t-hee raus m athe will
petform $'Sr~r~lr v~. No
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Mail Orders Rcceive Prompt Attention.

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SpeelS Weekly Rates for Tabe Board.
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D. W. C. Yarbrough, assistant super-
ictendent of the hospital for the in-
sabe at Chattahoochee, was in the city
yesterday on business connected within
that institution. They are about to
begin the erection of an additional
Lutlding at the asylum and Mr. Yar-!
brough was here in an effort to secure!
some carpenters and brick masons for
work ena the building. His mission
was unsuccessful, however, as the de-J'
mand for workmen in these trades in!
Pensacola and at the navy yard is
already in excess of the supply. Ig
Mr. Yarbrough was seen by a Jour-
nal representative and asked concern-i
ing the situation at the asylum now,1
C far as it was effected by the recent
%alk-out of the employees there.
"W'rrything is running smoothly' *
now," said Mr. Yarbrough. "We have
a full force and a harmonious one,
and there is no friction anywhere.
Ihe strike inconvenienced the man-:
agement for a few days, but new peo- I
pie were Immediately pressed into ser-
f!ce and the wlole force is now thor-i.
o,,ghly organized." I,
Mr. Yarbrough returns to Chatta-2
hooehee today. He was formerly a I
resident of Pensacola and he met yes-
erday a great many friends who were
glad to see him again.
SOrdinary household accidents have
ri terrors when there's a bottle of Dr.
Thomas' Electric Oil in the medicine
hbet. Heals burns, bruises, sprains.
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We Have Knocked The Bottom Out !
StOO, S5.CO, $10.00 will buy more Groceries than i
ever before. Compare prices
17 pounds Granulated Sugar ........................ .........$1.00
19 pounds Y. C. Sugar ............................. ...... 1.00
Whole Barrel, best Patent Flour ..........................$.....75
Half Barrel best Patent Flour ..... ......................... 3.00
15 pounds lard ........... .................. .. ............ 1.00 1
20 pounds Best Ric ..................... ....................$1.00
25 pounds No. 2 Rice .. ................................ ........$1.00 <
30 pounds Cracked Ri.e ................... ............... $1.00 4
Hams, good quality, per pound .. .............. ............. 13 j
Hams Best quality, per pound .......... ...................... .14
Hams, Pie Nio ...... ...................... .............. .09 4
Egs, Tenn., 5 dozen lots .................................... 1.00
Eggs, Country, 6 dozen lots ............... .................... 1.00
We have a thousand other juSt such bargains, too numer ): ,, "
mention. Phone, white, or come and see us. Take advantage of hs. *
low cash prices "
127, 12, 131. 133 East Government Street,
TelephonM -Prcduce Dept., 29. Grocery Dept, 223.




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ITh CouMated Grecyq Oea-- oy m t momenor wto t O. B. Rob
Compsa. of Jafseonvle; the Florl a Grocery mmPi My Ja bsavile;
te grocery bruach of the Florida Na val StorY us A ir r CO mpayY
of Jacksonville; the grocery branch t the Mautal Naval tianr COapasay,
J'cksoaille; the grocery branh oa t he Gulf Naval StaS OSRUaJay, 0
Iampa; uLe grocery bruach eo the oG Naval Sss- Oagm r,a PtmMIa*
t-e grocery braac of the W t Coast Naval SMei s r at Pmsaaoo
te grocery branch of the Sfothera Na val BaiS Om aW. St aBESaa
Will handle ewrythng to Hear y U iht Greceres, Orain Domrt
nd Ifrported Groceries, Turpentine ToWs, etc. Stte Agents Ihr he Whi
Hickory Turpentine Wagon.



mOver Z000,0 Sold in West Ebi s j~O4

Frazaak ly4, F mP-bJAj

(Continued from Tenth Page.)

Mrs. C. W. Lamar is entertaining
two charming Pensacola guests, Miss
Edna and Miss Louise Covtngton, for
a few days at her beautiful home on
the Bayshore.

Hon. T. P. Gourin will leave Wed*
nesday for Washington where he goes
In his official capacity as United
States marshal. Mr. McGourin will
r-turn bome in a few days and later
will join Mrs. McGourin in the North.

Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cahn entertained
very handsomely at dinner Sunday
evening for Mr. Sydney Kihn and
bride. Miss Auschaffenburg of New
Orleans who is visiting Mrs. Guggen-
helm, and Mr. Greenburg of Philadel-
-rs.67, L Bass and family will
leave Wednesday for Kentucky to
spend several weeks.
Mr. Fred W. Marsh and Mr. Harry
Douville have gone to Manistee, Mich.
where Mrs. Marsh and Miss Rowena
are spending the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stillman are
guests of Mrs. Frank M. Dunn on
North Barcelona.
Miss Edna Covington, who has been
quite ill for several days, is now rsp
idly improving to the great pleasure
of her many friends.

Mr. Robert Rydbury and bride have
gone to New York to reside. Quite a
party of friends saw them off at the
station,- sincerely regretting Mrs.
Hlydbury's departure as she was a
general favorite in her circle of
friends whom she has promised to
Visit once a year.
parents have the profound sympathy
of their many -relatives and friends
who trust that on August 17 when she
will be six months old, she may be
entirely out of danger.

WMifs Rosetta Israel is expected
homn to-day from Birmingham, Ala,
where she spent a month guest of the
Misses Helnberg, during which she
has been showered with all sorts of
lovely social attentions.
Mr. John Green has gone to visit
his friend Mr. P. M. Creary in Bagdad
for a short time.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Kahn, Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Forcheimer chaperoned
the dance at Electric Park Wednesday
night, which was a most enjoyable af-
fair, one of many given by the younger
set of Jewish society this summer.
Hon. E. M. MoDaniel, county super
intendent of Santa Rosa county, who
has been in Pensaocla having his eyes
treated, has recovered and returned'
Friday to his home in Milton.

Dr. and Mrs. John B. Tiller's son,

The North Hill young people were
greatly Interested in the gaple of base-
ball played by the "Kids" and "LAons"
Friday afternoon at the corner of Bay-
len and DeSoto. which resulted in a,
score of 12 to 2 in favor of the: I
"Lions." The "Kid" batteries were:
Mr. Raymond White and Mr. Aasttn: i
Henry. and the "Lion" batteries were
Mr. Ndward Motto and Mr. Warren
Capt. Frank M. Dunn is expected to
arrive Wedneslay on the fine hew
d-edge Caucus, of which he is in com-
Mrs. Josephs of Nashville and Mrs.
Alex. Friedman of St. Louis, who have Tlf
been in the city for several month; sME
guests of their sister Mrs. Louis to mostwomen is a term of
Friedman, left Thursday for home. anxiety, serious thought
bid sweet anticipation.
Mr. and Mrs. John Nepp JI left Withthecessationopain
Thursday for Brooksville. Cdesary to childbirth,
-. tere comes calm nerves,
Mrs. C. M. Wilson left Pwdbesda *lep and t.fup..z tloa.
for Galbreath Springs, Tenn.

Mrs. Lamar, Sr., has gone t Val-
dosta, Ga., accompanied by her grand-
children. Mary Francis. Lamartlte
and Anna children of Mr. ad Mr, C.
W. Lamar.

Mr. L. P. Kuester has one to aaI
ville to enjoy a month of Teamssee

Little Erelyn, fve m~th old. In-
fant daughter of Mr. sad Mrs. Qy
Ellis fell out of bed about thr- ws
ago and struck the side of bMh o=
a rocker, denting the skt hmd cea-
aig the little one iateie fds.
The atteatdng ph ysiciau at Ob
gtons perfuaned an op ri oam
the chiM'e head hrihy iuMtvYg a
clot of blood and the Mri' prts-
aun ow it brain. Lat -E.
baby was ref as we tvl aii .
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Mm6 t~o .ks, TL+iiel

4Me diniri the pin ac~pm
umarnity, With it aid o cthoe Co .
do brig health e di
Mdidat4i babies mese o the w gd
Ifcn sicknu@well, Pore bIl asex.
l~dad pains cawmd by te

"John B., Jr.," is to be christened in
the Oadades M. R church this morn-
tog at 10:30 immediately preceding,
the regular church service.

Mrs. H. 0. Lomers of Mobile is ex-
pected to arrive this evening to spend
two weeks with Mrs. George R. Hoff-

Misa AtUel Qarliss left Friday for
her home in Georgia suffering from a,

spraned sshoulder, result of an attempt
to laud a Wg red tah up the Sound
where her party is in camp.

The Friday Vuchre met with Mrs.
Walter Wbhte on Mast Gregory. Mrs.
E4. Peake won the ace prise and Mrs.
C D. ]eyer the consolation while
Mrs. Ainae A. Doofey captured the

Capt. Wuinam Briggs and Mrs.
Brifs have gone to Chicago and will
spead the next month or more there
and at Other piolts in Illinois and

Miss va Gounales accompanied by
her father let Tuesday night to join
her slter Miss Hel who is visiting
MIc se Virgina Lyce and Marianqa
MoGraw in orth Alabama. Mr. Gor,-
zales returned Ftiday.
O, had .known thou wouldst so soon
have died,
I would have been more tender, dar-
Sling, ttl.
Ay, lingered longer, closer at thy side,
And dmne more loevgily thy will.
O, had I known thou wouldst so soon
have died,
My kites would baye been more fond,-
more sweet,
I would have bid thee fondly, gently
Content but kneeling at thy feet.
O, had I known thou wouldst so soon
have died,
A thousand ways would I my love
have shown,
A thousand times my foolish pride
Had Ifbut known, had I but known!
--atli~)an svanah, in New Orleans

Blue R Abo. Lemon and Vanilla Ex-
tracts are double strength and only
oqe halt the snaal quantity is required
;,and the xav0r is perfect. Ask your
Sgrooer for Ba e R$bbon Lemon and
Vanilla. '.Take less. Flavors per-
fectiy. '*


lverto, Ob ., Aug. 12.-The high-
est wgaR ld ,i in the United States,
ia probably In the world, is now
nea~ClS eaki et"op- in Colorado. It
is the trt a6p in a highway which
wo oeei.t tj~hs cty with Telluride,
Coa. taI avy above timber line,
oansidrh more than two miles
abri a **4 n Cut through a sol-
id rot ~3 atteo, the road presents
so e a'the lt teresting engineer-
1na dtlse HN'bi h have ever been
ew sti ar work. It ex-
t very top of the
a alft miles having
r at an app-ron
It will be com-
"Im --Aim ,Ti elluride before

ii dd o r *that
I terrible^ y, 'ar when y
t 1^ mr icNrM n of owi
rt` W.th cise. a Nature's
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1086110 S. Palafox St. Phone 1486

Pensacola, Fla.

(Florida Female College.)
The best college in the South for young ladies. Unsurps ded advatages
In music and ar-t under teachers whohave studied in Amecaca aond Eurol
Sewing, cooking and industrial arts taught young women. Physical culture l
a gymnasium equipped with apparatus, swimming pool, etc., required und,
the direction of an experienced lady teacher. The only State Normal Sch"l
for Women supported by the State of Florida, offering professional one-yea
courses, kindergarten traiinig, andfour-year normal course leadintothe
degree of L. I Ac':anced college courses of equal standing with the Univep
eity leading to degree of B. A., B. S.,M. A., and M. S. Tultion Is free. Boar4
nominal. For catalogue and further particulars, write A. A. MURPHRE%
Embracing the following subjects: I|l S h l
I. Language and Literature-A four. lMassical School.
year course leading to the degree of
Bachelor of Arts, Greek is not re R Irt y SC O f(
quired, but is offered as an elective
throughout the course.
II. General Science-Divided inta
three courses; 1. Chemical course;s a d
Mathematical course; Natural History
oourse. No Greek and only entrance One of the very best inB
Latin is required in these cotses. All schools in the South.'--Pro Walt
tour-year courses. Miller, Tuiane University.-
IlI. Agriculture-Four-year and two-' The Sixth Annual Pession' will o
year courses. gin September 18, 196.
IV. Engineering-Four-year course The Pensacola Classtcal SchoQlno g
in Mechanical. Civil and Electrical .nishes the elements of a sound em
Engineering, also a two-year course -
n -ecbanics. Nb Latin or Greek is It offers every advantage for' um
rn Meibonns. No Laotin or Greek iss .
required in HI. or IV. The tull course .ration for the bestcoleges.
under II., !II. and IV. lead to the do iUes and scientiic schools In the eag
agree of Bachelor of Scince; the short try.
V. Pharmacy-A full two-year course pd teachers I the departmeaB d
o be begun in Septembn', 190or. work In which they Instruct.
To be bermw in Septemba. 1" The Pupis receted an fgK13W U
VI. Normoal-Thrte courses for Th5 pupls rSelted are laltud w
.each : A o r course l o such a number as will ensure a
ctieacters: Aon-threye urse lead- ful supervision of the work o-. a-
ag t of an L. I. ripleee A le-ear The individual is the unit of t i"
Itn.to an1 L. I. MRIM4P9; A.Jauryear tft"i
course leading to the degree of Bache. r ent Labatories for stideg s "
ot of P edag ogy. s ce.
An ample Os of coMpetent-teach. A large, well-equipp ed giMia
ers. A high carIcUtulm.-apenas ta- nd a systematic course in
Including board. $10 tol pI year. Mltmre I ares a healthy towrt
Sterm ops s e17, 190 the body to acopy ad at
8en tort ta e. the metal develop -
^ANDRuW 9LMBPD.* Mw rto Why smd ywur sen or
Lake City, to coege before preperij
-. a tag for earning and aMim
rAberhad, gutstan t taken radU attention are offered Us
by &e BofUC Pir-ter^ rt tart heaef ^
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..Thomasvlle, Ga...
Offers Full Courses for A. B., B. 8., and B. I. Degrees.
Physical Culture, Rlcvtion and Music Our Specialties
$15,000 spent this year I building and equipment. Steam eat,
Electric Lights, Gymnasium, Swimming Pool, Good Fare, Climate
Unsurpassed. Strong faculty of 10 Experienced Teachers.
Session opens Sept. 26, 1905. For Free Catalogue Address

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element of Happiness. To prevent sickness aud enjoy the comfri
Sof li you should equip your sleeping apartment or dressing chamb
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Porcelain Enamel

led Lavatory
3Mhd m Lavatories a
made in numerous beauty
designs and are free fro
cracks ani crevices, there
providing sanitary condition
in.the highest possible degree
By installing a 'W*
One-piece Lavatory in yo
sleeping apartment or dressi
chamber you will be provide
with a source of comfort n
otherwise obtainable. T
have running hot and co
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will prove a source of delig
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facture we have displayed in our showroom, and will supply y)
with information required to secure perfect plumbing job.





I: at th :: 'l 'have I.e aro, F!a. : and of Aubrey Gainer, Pensac
:;ati yr1. "t h: i aTo;ne. w. YEI IOW FEBRI Miiton, Fia." are rescued from the
\ :-AieniL te, (i;;i-st aUU apJjhecar. LLL l fL L ,sineIsS and editorial departments 4-000!a** 0
barely in timp. -
SAuht.cy Gainer gets t:ie first cor-i
NO I lCt' +OiUSEHOLD^R3 CAUTIONED. rect. hat says "fence" toi -"briage" in
the se*oc.d.
Disinfect Your Premises. Aubrey addressed his "Pensacola
On account f io insure, a healthful home ann' pre- Journal, Pensacola, Fla." and had
On aount f si'c-ne, Mr. Woolen vent sickness. purify the cellar, clus writtta' fPuzzle Editor" across the
hias decided > close t,p his carratge ets, sinks, drains. dusty or damp cor-I end where the "ratrn request" is
and repair shoo, located cn the corner tnirs and cracks-nook. behind p!nmb freaiiotily written and it escaped at-
of Inrtnendeaia andl aylen stret.s, ing. and eer y spot where di:,ease te;':tion at fir-:.
SThiee premises aId also the se:ondi germs may dcvre!-p. w:ih Platt's Chlo- Harry. Porter had cr--.ctly address-
story forme.'ly occ.;pie D b Gopialez rid'rde. It is an odorless. colorless: ed a paper folded round h;s answers,
Sd Gozalez' nid disinfectant. which destroys but somel:ody "big enough to know,
Cigar Factory will be for rentfrom the! foul odors and disease-brteding mat- better' addressed the envelope.
15th of Augus,. For .irtBhr prtleu-. t(r. When diluted wi:h ten parts o Letters and Comment.
iars apply to T'os. C. Watson A Co.. water for house ol;.; use, it costs less Puzzle Editor:-He-e is my answer
Agents. apply to than 5 cents a quari.. Sold c'very for last Sunday puzzles, which Ii
Nowhere in quur: h3ttle3. Prepared only: think is right. What do you think?l
fer Va by Henry B. Flat, N. Y. 12aulw Your New Puzzle Corrosponder, J. C.
S -M'eKitnnon. Jr.
TERSELY TOLD ** II - BUSINRE lOQAt..U '7 add your address on the "Answer
**-:--:: --::* 0U-----S .RIi CLIEA ES AND t- Der Sir:-You will fnd enclosed
SL Amy answer for the puzzle of last Sun-
SHendrix Carpetqr wip (a h PtSig I a Very respectfully, Coyle Mc-
estimates On buildl ~ ta s atman Kinpn, Marianna, Fla.
and give pwronal a t r 11 North alafox All right. sir. Glad to hear from
932 E. Stroea, and UtPr, PROMPT AND EFFICIENT you rPlease write your address on
streets. SERVIC&. "yoar answer.
McKl eWORK CALLED FOR AND Dear SIr:--This is my first answer
adoretail sipO a mtee DELIVERED. I to pule*-fi the paper. I hope It is
and retail ship chanolu DLay that dol-'
the only l at-lM bs MEMBERSHIP RATES FOR care -and tbZt I may get tht dol-
e Pemanycs PFair PRESSING, $1.10 PER ler. I1 not thip time I wil try again
Sc MONTH. and A r success. Your little --
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* a btuy Kelso Bond L REE, E WHITE, l r.
khr'a St. JU o .j., PLrl.ess! win?. t
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KRAINCH AND BACH (the best in the woi
LESTER (20 years a standard)
MEHLIN (Old Reliable)
.CLUTTER [best medium priced] -

We have about 20 good upright pianos taken, i
are offering for Less than Hal Factory Cost oniter
good squares at $15, $25, $35and $60.
In OR6ANS we have a full line of the celebra
$4.00 per oath and up.
SpCIAL-Don't fail to see our Second Hand
TALKNG MAClINES-Victor, Talkophone,
35 crafs for Cylinder; 50 cents and up for 10-inch Dis
SNOET MUSIC--One-half published prices.
6WITAIS, WOLl S, ETC.-A full line at lo
If yma want the Best Ia Music of every descr

i Ml st fi the State.

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w1905 Styles* MkIb ARMY

d f (Continued from Page a) Y Continued from Page 9)
treat change in the transportation o0 lAcy Swaina. city..
Passengers an Tfreight iPr the Corib 1til1i Swamit, city. W
bean aCu, Gultcowasts ro o, ao Wilrie aosshnney, MiltonF THO V

vacolc. Geaares upan Philip WJoe F. Parkhlltlnr, T llahassee, Fla.i
vanaus to citiomes on the passengrcific c oast of CyeM onen-, rina, Fla
Central America and Mexico by many Sp ear, hatasooche, Fla.
lines of steamships, carrying a so L May Spear, ChatthcheeFla.ity. Acco
Pg re -Acar oes ofn menrch adise for the Hazel D na city. F
Seichanoge for above pians that iut from New York hundreds of pas- A e llin Bion, city.
Eison and Colmbia. Records 25 a ~sngers go weekly by steamer, mand yi Alvin Britton, city.

corlcosd, Greytown and Colon, as we ll MPlle Grosstoha, atFla. THOS. M

k Records. Machines, $1.00 per week. ; ity, which commerce was established! Monis WounL Bayshkore.
tftd FaDeand od aPhilip W.Etm gn,.Jr., city.

SAenter ica Spanish autico. ty in the Sa McKinon, Muscogee, Fla.
sh B-American business men located in IrenHernaes city.

iption, cal on or ouh Amthe s acifie t watews mak artell McKion. uscogdad, Fla.
Edison and Columbia. Records 25 frequent visits to Havana, and stili l A!bey WelCle, city.

connecting the trgul and the Atlantic Salle Colea a, city. DI C
kRecords. Machines, $1.00 per wetrC Mollie Blount, Bayshore. N j

h Hcity, vesh eo ilrce wasceful way to Benjaminis W. nso ets the rst
All the latest received weekly from he lands of snow and lands "river" fn,r "bridg"city.
center of Spanish authority ito n the hel McKinon, Mscogee, Fla.

114 PALA OX STREE. aNew World.o aa Sophia LangBobe's answers were Fa.E
ription, call on or write Between Key West and Havana, Ca -a Frenkel. city.

trough the dreaded Capiee Hatteras to probably correct but the coF
connecting the gulf and the dvanl.tic Pearl M. Eanvelan, city. so
end the flags of all nations are seen in Charles Chunn. city.

When thiswen! their peaceful way to K ey nj taking out could not be read. Do st

_* *West is complete a traveler can leave not turn the "flap" inside'but seal it Holland
iTI reaching Key West in less than six ost" somebody, whose house or box is h.er E,
O tours and the lands of now Pullmand lands coa 352," but says "river" for "briddress be-
Scan be in New York within afty hours a g torn of in tr thhe n "usdnswetick" twe
114 S. PAL X thereafter. This saving ov tiN e will from the nfap; also Erin Meta
conitute dreaded Cape matter to Sbably correct but the coand William E.
.A ----------------------- pass. pon was stuck to the "flap" We U
GreCOMI M AT ENnte of her envelope and so tornt-- .

Whe tury, and I find hat Spanish-American Two sealed envelopes were recelv- a
PROMISES TO BRAK ALL RE business compete are not slow to drop ed in the "Puzzle" box this week but,

r f mananaa" methods, and fre quick to as one is addressed to "Robert Cal-
ORD8 IN POINT OF ATTEN- appreciate the saving of days or hours vin, 330 W. Zarragossa, Pensacola,
AMPM Er tavana by steoung America is as prog- Fla." and the o their to, "Miss Beatrice n- Vi

DANCE. ressive and as restless in Spanish Calvin, 328 W. Zarragossa St., Pensa-
America as he is in the United tateix cola, Fla.," thmebody, whose Pue housEditor does oth

With this route well established many not feel at liberty to open them,
Spial to The Journa are of the opinion n that the importance though "352," they may be of hispuzzle address be-
Denver, Colo., Au. 12.-Late re Havana will be largely reduced, and torn o answers come addressedtick"

I turns from the railroads throughout that Key West will attract direct to its in all sorts of ways but the right one. L. HILTO
thereafter. This savin of steame will from bert and Miss Beatrice can ta
co the country indicate that more han ich now make Havana their term get their letters by candy Wlling for them
COMN125,000 pe ETIns are D en- ine o port of calling en route to more at The Journal ofe.

I ver the first week in September, at distant ports. Received Too Late.
Sthe time of the National A R, and I find that Spanish-American Two sealed envell's correct answerseiv- ha
PROM ES TO BRA ALL RC siness men arsubse nto an island cap to drop ed the Puzzle P ictures of July 30, dat- week but,

week and Lrso of tbhe wesera roadh w'th the other Spanish-American coun- ceived Pensacola, Aug. 2, 11 p. m." all
c e a"d manana" methods, an produces, right, but wes addre addressed to "Robet Cal-
OR IN POINT OF ATTEN appreciate the vnng ofdays or hours in, 330 W. Zarragosa, Pensacola, Fla."

ur e leastternlines over which there will continue to be the clearing house, as and went to the business department J.S. R
DANCE. ir. travel. Young America is as prog Fla." and the other to, "Miss Beatrice Sbvia

STheoffiial nrorm fr the ressie and as restless n Spanish C alvin, 328 W. Zarragossa St., Pensa-i
d mpment,just issuedas he is an the United States. cola, Fla.." the Puzzle Editor does TH
With this route well established many not feel at liberty to open them,
pe form al to The Jonin urnl. re of the opinion that the importance though they may be purt zzle answers,
Denver, Colo., Aug. 12.-Late re- of Havana will be largely reduced, and for answers come addressed_____

t turns from te railroads throughout that Key West will attract direct to ts in all sorts of ways but the rightel, of Mobile I
So September 7. The precedin day h th varus steamsany lines o f steamers M Robert Cato of Pensacola while an
Id ever, wl bentry i ten u th a mo enter Unwhich now make Havana their term get their lude Pfeer, city calling for others
A 5,000. prsoe ns ara coming toren- nalva. port of calling dn route a o more at The Journal o ce.l ofe,
ver the first week in September. at diretant ports. Received Too Late.

hthe time of the sdaywill be. R. en these gentle believe that Hn thElsie Cosuture Key l correct ansa ers
h to the Naval Veterans and other mil etvan will sube o greane commercial api to the Puzzle Pictures of July 30, dat- r'
ar organ. nations, including p n tal dependent aimon t solely upon the ed July 1e, postmarked "oDeFunal

h pa sThe line of ra'ch for the G. A. R. Havana has but Cuba with its m iedotorto hav lany ot you
arade will, on er traccont o mental road commerce oinhabitaf Cnt ba, losing her trade Springs. Aug. 2, 10 a. ." were "re-

nss of most of the ve.erana be un- Key th the other Spanish-Americany millions cevePensacola Aug. 2 11 p. in all
Sweek and somiles iof the western road will be the Atlant Coast, of the United Des r sie acklure' ir i The

ou er less tra vstre, o theCate inue to be the clearing house, as: and wentto th business department S.

distance. Pan reach any port of the world East' sho bl Thave be en a AJ.oua.l Ia-
The oe l cial encamp-. West North oJ Suuth, at reaLlly and expo ts Thursday morning where they laid
ed cam pment, just issued, indicated that countries oi the walplad, and when till too late for the Puzzles. So did TP
lot the formal opening of the encamp- the answers of Myrtle Harris of De- TH

ent will tab e closed on Friday, Sp a speedily as wi avanall he port of call forts nak, which w Negel, of Mo
o September 9. The preceding day how- th various msh lines of the commercial Cato, of Pensac, while
ever, unsill bef the n up with a monster Unite of t d States and Eope instead oGerrude Peier, cit addressed hers TRAN
ous A.. pars, a d an evening rece or.Ha nd todahere is and their namberons are oer. F Mayes, care Journal oitce,
ganizatin ale t t.c G. A. R. wil e en er rein rapidly. he merchants pos tem till "July 27" and they did o f
bc m:to iN l theran and othe entir- est will ber of rMexte commentral a dt reac to e Pens acola postoince till
wery organizations, including the w. o h America are doing more tbui- 11:30 Thursday night, and it was a."o
Union Ex-PrisLers v wars entertain s completed a proposed leriday s hen theaol reached the Jour-
The line of atre ch for the 0. A.ces t Havana have but Cuba with tsare milliade ons g after tel Paca) fruzzle i
he parade will, on account of theee o f day in t New Yok in all the Spanish- t had emptied the Puzzle a abox and

9 a tlp:cai"y weserre nature. Armerican centers of trade, and ten gone home. HI
Sss of most oa the ve eranse be e l s ey West will o the ann Adams also sent cor-m d

S| .AsthaSur Sol tKow Th c, pr re,, In Paris. I.ondon. Mal a.an answers which arte postmarked, onw
Sder two miles in length and will be r' the Atlant:,. Coast, of the Unitedal an Baltimet answerAug. theda they "

Sover le'el pai: astraes for the entire atcme tin cl bein formed nothing sahou!d have been in Pensacola. How- Stc
Sdistancere san reach any ort of the orldas, ever. Miss Lilelan get. her answers

ing. 701 \W'. t Third St. :, Davenpo: t *n,, ri. :.ed;to awil lron the mountries here on time this week. p.'ovlng that h
The ot,.ficial: seso of the encamp- West, Nor ol folw a tr e md she is not rt be disco urged by such
Ient will be close on Friday, Sep ai speedily ad Iavaena. Iavana will ports e as a few failures a
Roall r. ,(oif t .v utra T se fr agents o: f te nited Sate ares o cory Ts weh es wt of Arthur E. l

Sieaicl :k:' aa i!n" u!ia nTt ir- a iar a-i te con': ndther of thme Guf Crooke, city. addressed to "Journal of- d
| ,, io: hk:r a '.":, ; .:i,..! -e' lief. oly : 1 th1 Ca;'ri8l3,:in c, earned an1 fi g one. ain r a.: re t ume. A l anc:L \e es bi' fair pdy. Tae her pchans e tee, Fla., add"rsed to "Daily Jour-
S| ne, a, t'i Tougor. t rel. he u ntre an bai*he .ipr a: ic ,, the ntrae oa the al. Pesarolahe F!a."; cola pos ortcer, til
ne. hir tw o v e. ,e eiek hd aas A rsI.day nht, rand t e w I-
the !Oi5a 'v:uimh ;r: i oeu of themng o n in New Yk in all th Sansh to had euptiond th e Puzzle box ad I

Se !r ev, y ~, an iflh ir :rl than that travel rever Miss li ro liEan eito h er answersn-

n~e c.(r t~e:ve ver.~' an fI had take'-., a~l'Inesse- Io "itorJournal d aoa, Fn:ado nryGier- 1


of Pensaoola, Fla.

rORS F, C. Brent, W. A. Blount, Wm. H Knowles
W. K. Hyer, Jr., D. G. Brent


rew our own SIlls of Ex.
en Great -rlitai, Ireland,
, France, Austria, Italy,
, Spain, Belgium, Russia
, Sweden, Denmark, and
uropean countries,

Vessels disbursed upon the Mot
Favorable Terms, and their eiU.
nations taken Payable at Port or
Destination Ten Days After VYe
sel Arrives their.

depositt Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
ire a Private Department for the us. of Renters.

gs Depa tment--Interest Paid on D-
ts at Rate of 4 per cent per Annum.

N GRKEKN. MriDlsa. T. Z. WtLLES. Vrca-PusMmDxT.
tizens National Bank,
of Preni o a. Florid&.
Direo cors.
W.ri.at Morris Ber. T. L Wll ou

EESEB, President. E. W. MNNEFE.B CaeW.
R. M. CARY, Vice-President.
)rs-L. J. R-eves, J. S. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Cary,
W. A. D'Alemberte T. A. Jennings.
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Wholesale and Retail Deale is
am, Domestic, Anthracite COA L
and Blacksmith
Lee-No. 3 South Pa)af3x street. Telephone, S3.
rds on Zarragoea ad Gonzales streets. Phoas .I


n-Town Office and Builders' Supply Depot
and want yoar business; Prompt attention to all mail

iunders Mill Company


Phone 717.


)n the OutskirtsI

those of limited means as well
as the wealthy can now pur-
chase beautiful homes of us.

Be Your

Own Landlord

and what you now pay for renW
have it apply on an outskirtt"
home. We will sell u one on
easy paymta. WIe will be
pleaded, the chldrem healthier.
and you'll Ive longer yoerselL




PV. BX&NT, AIL Cahier.

W. K L YER. JR., V.-Pre& anj Caft
W. N. ROBERTS. Asa. Caseri.

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"ettmM. .. IL,. K, Cahier.
SJO. PnIRF Asrt Caumler.

Ca&t'ai S* ,. 200,000 SurvIPS, S40,000
iEr i CoYlr.Ji, S. .ehee.
J AL *f Aw. A. Avery,
W. H. Milton, Jr,
B~lyr Donwod.. o. E. Maura,
mla rn t.ly. W. L. Cawthoa,
W. L RosoascO* C. A. O'Neal,
T. F. MgCGourit, Dr. W. J. Hannah.
y. 4 Brawner, McKenzie Oerting,
C: W;. tsmr,- Alex McGowln,
J. R. Baander1 C. M. Covington.
nt of Sanks, InhdiduaS, CorporatlonS and Firms oocted
IOur per c t Iterest paid on Time Deposits.


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